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cJewish Floridian Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vr''jme 38 — Number 21 Miami. Florida, Friday, May 21. 1965 Three Sections — Price 20* Birch Society Doubling Membership Slawson By Special Report YORK — The American i Co nmittee learned here 1 ihn Birch Society, which : %  led it> membership in the i in.rn 10,000 to 80.-, eking to enter the polit•., !.) promote the extreme po n ion in Oongresaion> • throughout the country I Dr. John Slawson. executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee, made public extensive factual rntcrial on what he celled the "amazinu grrwth of the MX vear-oM J'hn Birch Society." s< the h u in a n relations ag >nct i pened it:>sih annual meeting at the Americana Motel over the weekend, with 5(>o leaden from communities throughout the country ga'.hehnj; to consider major human relations issues at homi and abroad. Annual inctme of the John Bh-th Society, Dr. Slawson said, has gone from $130,003 in 19S9, when it first got under way, to over $3,200,000 last year, not including finds derived from its publishing and book-selling enterprises. He painted out that the Birch Society ha, been expanding in the face of a barrage of adverse pi ; i>. including denunciations by high government officii is and M -r! %  > new ;papei -. magi rim s, radio, and TV. In fact, he the s -iety's chapters have increased from 50 in 1S59. W.nen they were mainly underground "o mere than 500 currently in 50 st ••> V d the District of Columbia The new member-hip drive. dcntly receiving top pr; rity in "i> Birch Society, Dr. Slav -son aimed at organizing chapters in .. %  least three-quarters of Continued on Page ISA B G Says Eshkol Unfit To be Prime Minister MAPAI MINORITY IN SUPPORT PAGE U-A U-COURT DR.llHRVAN UPTON ROSKHAN oinj president out join] chairman incoming president executive director Federation Sets Xnnual Meeting; Helm to Change REIATED STORIES PACES 10-12A held at ;in affiliated facility of the • : si rvations for the 27th meeting 11 the Greater Federati n an l the lewish / ppeal v i< tor; .. c being re en i d :• 'Hi number, it was an Wedm sdaj by Dat i i B I airman of the Annual im n Hi e %  i ni. scheduled for Satur ening, 7 15 p.m., al the %  VWHA of Greater Miami, SW 8th St win mark the .n Federatii n historj nual meeting is b. in... Federation Dr. Irving Lehrman will be honored for two years of distinguished service as Coirbined Jewish Appeal chairman, and President Sidney Lefcourt will be honored upon the completion of three terms as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "It is significant that the newi -i facility in the Federation family, Continued on Page 10-A TEL AVIV (JTA) Formei Premier David Ben-Gurion posed the longer ,.f a split in Israel dominant Mapai Party with a blunt charge this week that Pre inier Levi Bshkol w .i< not fit to %  the country. The rift within the party stemmed from differ ences between Ben-Gurion and his Ma* ,ii supporters and Premier Eshkol as party leader over two issues One was an alignment between Mapai and Achdut Avodah for the rthcoming national elections, netial %  i i j Bshkol and opposed by Gurion becau >e the alignment .. pk dg bj Mapai t> drop its former stand for elect n foi to i 'id the multiplicity of i In Israel The other was the explosive Lavon affair, involving a long fight over responsibility for a disastrous security mishap which occurred when Pinhas Lavon was Defense Minister in 19S4. Lavon was exonerated by a number of investigations, including one by a Ministerial Committee of which Eshko! had been a member. Ben-Gurion has strongly opposed those findings and demanded a probe. Prior i" Ben-Gurion's blunt at. on Eshkol, made al a meet70 member Tel Aviv i %  anch of the Mapai -• retariat, Ben-Gurion's followers had pre a platform rejecting the ment platform adopted By a na ority headed by I'n 1 -Vkol a sailed the alignment with u h lah, asserting that it Continued on Page 9-A LUDWIG IRHARU happier future Israel and W est Germany Open New Era in Diplomatic Relations Lefcourt Due to Deliver Outgoing Prexy's Report Left "mi Mill be honored • % %  I of hithree outms .is pi, iivnt of the mi Jcv ish Federation n L'Tlh annual meet at the new YM and %  has held the presiden< > munit) central bud lining and fund raising %  for th • longest conpan, m a tehing the • e "i stanle) C Myers, rved .ithe first president nation f.ir a three-year beginning in i38. Under Lefcourt's direction, J4.0C0.C30 has been raised fr Combined Jewish Appeal's 5<--n'-ie i in the local eommunity and over see s, A number of r *w prcgrams were implementso to provide increased service ""•oi h the local Federation '"fev and olans were prepared for the future growth of the Federation as the hub of the Miami Jewish community's central health and welfare needs. in his report at the annual meetSaturdi j n ght, Lefcourt is i x pected to stress his c nviction that Continued on Page 10-A JERUSALEM (JTA) -The • -..'. ':: ent of diplomatic relations between Israel and West Germany this week marked a new pter m the turbulent and often ly history of the relations ol lh< two | oples. The announcement included rease of the texts of letters beei Chancellor Ludwig Erhard %  I Premier Levi Eshkol in which icelloi si mificantly m I thi atl itude "i the German i %  %  tin enl has prw ed that we %  av. 11 ol the p cial Germa i ion to ard thi Jew ish pei the world, including Is i I s agreed in the lengthy negctiationc preceding the announcement. Premier Eshkol's letter was in the form of a reply to the Chancellor's letter, indirectly s'ressing the fact that the establishment of relations was on the initiative of Chancellor Erhard's Government. I 'hanceHor's letter indii that Israel had received sal Mi ii on .i number •'. outstanding ssues between the two countries. ided "!i ment of the dispute which developed when West Get n'j id lenly halted the !.:si stages of a multi-million dol %  s supply to Nracl because i| \r.ii> threats; i conomic aid to Israel; and the pr. blem of We I German specialists working in Continued on Page 6 A ARMED NAZIS % % Senate Moves on Soviet Jews LIADIRS TISTIfl ON CAPITOL Hill PAGl 9-4 WASHINGTON (JTA' The senate, with a unanimous vote of ,;s to adi pted this weekend a 'nn, n ondemning the religtors and cultural persecution of In the Soviet Union. The Senate acted promptly on the measure, which was proposed earlier b) Sen Abraham A. Ribicoff, a f t c r its Foreign Affairs imittee reported favorably Frilay mi the res ilution, which urged the SONIC I num. "in the name ol decencj and humanity," to ci a i executing persons "for alleged ec. %  ises a ii d to permit fully the fre exercise of religion and the pursuit of culture by Jews and all Others within its borders" The only substantive change introduced in the original resolution was that the Foreign Relations Committee added, in the first part referring to the persecution of Jews, also a reference to Christian and Moslem citiiens of the Soviet Union. Bet it left intact th; point that Jews were singled out "for exContinued on Page 3-A Plot to Kill Sweden Jews Is Revealed KHOLM -i r/A) Po i %  • poi t< I this week that documi • ,i in a raid on an armed S ip included Nazi death senteno i ? ve.iish Jewi.-h leadi rs to annihilate Sw edI %  15 \ s atement expn Bsing II e Government's reaction to \...i n "deploring" its exist• and lei mini', the existence if a Nazi ring as "humiliating to all Swedes was issued bj Prime Minst, r Tage Erlander. The number of arrests in the po'ice ac ion rcse to six, including Bjoern Lundahl, Sweden's tcp Nazi. The Egyptian Embassy here denied contacts with the Nazi group which had been reported by police in announcing the uncovering of the Naii group. The Embassy official involved in Continued on Page 8-A



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Pcge 2-A + kmist>fk>rkfc*n Friday. May 21 Medical Seminar At Mount Sinai SAMVtl CtKTNIK Gertner Writes Guest Editorial Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, Is the lor of .1 guest editorial in the April issue of "Southern Hospitals." In the editorial. Gertner declares that "Mr, Average citizen (who nay l>e one of the seven who will c to a hospital every year) ist k n OW that his hospital is n t merely a building but an Institution made up and comprised ol people serving people with human human problems, and lui pleasure at" accomplishment i ogress HIT ipresident of the FlorH spital Association. Medical stafl t M o u n I its 15th a ir at the h is pita] ihis wee! r h< teminar. phj ncians on the 1 a t '.s t • %  ents in th< ••Unresolved Pi h ms in l Medicine." ill re as n s [acuity 12 nationallj know n professors tors. urers will include Drs J aid Berk, California College oi Mi dicine; Frank J, Dixon, Scripps Clinic and Research F undati in; William J. Harrington, University .if Miami School oi Medicine; Jay .1. Jacoby, Marquette University B'nai Raphael Picnic Sunday Congregation B'nai Raphael Religious School has slated its annual Las; B'Omer picnic for Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. at Greynolds Park in the evening, at 7 p.m., i w Urination services will be held in the synagogue, Rabbi Harold Richter will officiate The junior choir group, led by Cantor .lack l.erner and Miss Anne l.erner. will join with the confirmands In a cantata entitled "Give Us Strength The following will be confirmed: Toby, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Arbit; Laurie, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Max Becker. Andrew, son ol Mr and Mrs Eugene Goldscheid; Alan, son ol Mr. and Mrs Harry Hausman; Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Petet McCur dv ichoo : K Iward H %  \,'A Yo k Medical .. h a r l H VI irshak. H si i II spital, Sew Yi rk; ersit; m Mho >l i medlchu pack. Pack Medical Mew ^ rk; Mortimer l lounl Sinai Hospital, Cleve... El 11 ,. Brooklyn; \\ Deun Warren, i niversity ol M i a m i School ol Medicine. \, io Dr Leo M Levin. I :.al chairman, some 500 physicians from in a n j parts ol the l nite.l States. Canada and South America have already enrolled for the seminar, which is also open to n die The %  ii. nl-. interns and reSaturda) i i enlng w i 11 in honoi I the fa< la) seminar will cor ntainebleau Hotel Jewish Floridian Editorial Cited In Congress The Congressional Record car Jewish Floridian editorial %  State ol Israel's 17tb annleditorial was road on the r of the House ol Representatives by Rep. Dante Fascell, who it into the May 6 edition • Record. Piano accompaniment is Cheryl Jai b\ ^termites ye^round call Urlcin @s%c 14 YEARS PROVEN EXPERIENCE Re-elect MELVIN J. RICHARD YOUR MAYOR *o OL AOV Beth Kodesh Picnic Annual picnic of students. Men's Club. Sisterhood and congregation ol Beth Kode-h will take place all Sunday, ;;t Crandon Park, pit •' 2. for the ak. of your homo CELEBRATE ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY. 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Frido-i May 21. 1965 •JpwAf fhrHitr Paqe 3-A .Mlimi Delegates Off to Attend BB Convention Opening Sunday in Israel By Special Report w • CGTON i irec lerfders ill in the Miami area [or Israel aa part of .1 ,„ in airlift "i American and delegates and guestc to ilir !• -h service organization's convention • Pallet, Miami Boneh ind banker, who is to be International vice pres. 1 onventton; Senior MuOUli .1 11 rl g e Milton A. dl Miami; and Samuel \ ,.|„ .1 Miami, who will In* in president of B'nai It'rith in June, are el.K'ted delDM international meetI ; : Bunda) in JemB'r 11 li representatives %  continents \*ili attend 11 m ention who lives at 5255 Collins Avenue, is a member of the Board of Governors of Bnai B'rilh and a past president of B'nai B'rith District 5, covering eight Southeastern states and the District of Columbia. Judge Friedman, >>i 8001 s\v 2nd Ave i.1 past president of District :> He is also ;, national commbsioner-elecl to the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Nieberg. of 3942 SW 5th st has been a member of the B'nai B'rith District 3 Board <>i Governors sinee 1860 The B'nai B'rith convention is tlif second for. Uie 121 -year-old or ganization to !• held outside the I'nited States The group met in Israel in 1959, setting up what uas then the largest airlift in commercial airline historj 'l l u complex travel and housing ements tar this year's aseducator; and Label A. Katz, retiring; president ol B'nai B'rith FftlfDMAN NltBWG PALLOT Senate Adopts Resolution On Jews in Soviet I nion • nued from Page 1-A :„nishmenf" by the Soviet i. --orities. ition as adopted by reads as follow the Congress ol the lea deeply belles as in ion for -ill people osed to infringement of • Min anywhere in the .1 abundant e\ idence has 11 that the Government ..•I 1 nion is persecutrious degrees ol intensitj it.s 1 hrietian, Jew ish tizens, and e iv also abundant ish citizens h.i\ c II for extreme pun ged economU 1 A I ating synagogues, Jew ish cemeterie abbis and lay religioua -ERPETUATE YOUR '; NAME FOREVER > through the *. JEW Srt NATIONAL FUND Frii-dS-rg-JE 8 6464 4 leaders, bj curtailing religious ob v .< ii c e bj discriminating in cultural activities a< cess in highei education, bj imposing restrictions that prevent the reuniting ol J< w u ith their lies in other landand by othacts that oppress Jews in the frei exercise ol their faith. and "Whereas the Soviet Union has a clear opportunity to match the words of its constitutional guarantee of freedom of religion with specific actions, so that the world may know whether there is a genuine hope for a new day of better understanding among all people: now therefore, be it %  Resolved l>> the Sen ite the House ol Representativ es col that H is tlisense of the ress that persecution ol an) religion %  ned, nion in the oe | • i i to permit ion and Ih I> Jew semblj include transporting the convention from aopening in Jerusalem to subsequent sessions In Tel \viv and Caesarea, where irael Prime Minister Levi Eshkol will address the delegates The convention will also hear Pr -uient Zalman Shazar, former Prime Minister David Ben-GurIon, l s Supreme Court Justice Arthur .i Goldberg and other prominent Israelis and leaders of American Jewrj A number of meetings will be held in the auditorium of the new B'nai B'rith Building in Tel Aviv. In a pre-convention ceremony, the auditorium will be dedicated in honor of Eddie Jacobson, of Kansas City, a B'nai B'rith leader who was the close friend and former business partne* of President Truman. Jacobson w %  s instrumental in arranging the first White House eting between President Truman and the late Dr I'hiini Weil mann shortly before the establishment Of Israel's statehood. His Wld i w. Mrs, Bluma Jacobson, will participate in the dedication. Other activities include the dedication of the B'nai B'rith Librarj i now under construction at Sde linker in the Negev and a memorial ceremony to Jewish victims of the N'azi holocaust at the B'nai B'nth Martyrs' Forest in the Judean hills The library is part of the Midrasha an academy for in desert reclamation established hy the Israel Government The h brary will ultimately contain arrrOTTg other volume-. 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    Pcge 4-A +JewUt> fUrkJ&r Friday, May 21, 1965 Je wish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 Pubtl.hrt every FVMay ,lnr. 1M7 by Th. <•;""l-h Plorldla. It< V >• Rlsfh *\m-\ Mi:iml 1. F. ril.l Second-CIasa Postage Paid l Miami. Florida Th. J.w.ih Fiorid.an hat abioroed the JwUh """'• %  hta the J.wl.h Weekly. Member of "V'wnridw^J New. Aoency. Seven Artt Feature Syndicate. Wo'idw.de New. SeVvici. Nation., Editor,.. A„n Am. r.ean A. an. of English-Jewnh New.pape... and th. Florida PreaaAaan. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..... On. Year $5 00 Three Year. $12 00 Out of Town Upon Requeat T>ie Jwi-' : % *• Ka-'.r i!b nf the mt-r^hardtse eavert'aed in It* Pol .:T r*c Volume 38 Number 21 Friday. May 21, 1965 19 Iyar 5725 Federation's Annual Meeting Saturday Eve The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold its 27th annual manting Saturday evening For the first time in its history, Federation gather for the event at the facilities of one of its cffiliate arencies. the YM end WHA. The recent acquisition o: the Y is .tself symbolic of the new imaae Federation seeks to project 38 our Jewish community's central hindsing and planning organization. This year, Federation can look .-: for the second successive time : weli-performed Combined JewAppecl campaign. CIA and Fed:on hapDily anticipate 'hat pre-1964 siump has now been and vanquished. The nature ot t.-.e Saturday function, in the form victory dinner, reflects this spirit o: return ;o accomplishme:: Part of the achievement lies in the broadened base of giving. While the initial gifts and pacesetters divisions of the Combined Jewish Appeal remain the cornerstone of the campaign, the increase in the number of individual gifts, each of which may perhaps be smaller, still suggests Federation's reaching out to encompass a larger segment of the community and to offer both its purpose and service as the best means of local Jewish identification. More, however, is needed, more in terms of the development of new leadership through a planned and gradual program designed to give Federation and CJA a "seasoned look." The emphasis upon new leaders can not be stressed too strongly as a means of creatinq a climate of reliable and responsible continuity in our Jewish communal affairs. In line with this requirement, the annual meetinq Saturday also sugqests the need for further exploration into the workinqs of Federation, itself, a proqram of staff-buildinq for the ultimate purpose of achievinq a larqer professional orqanization. The sums required will not reap immediate benefits. But the final significance to Federation ot such a lonq-ranqe proqram will be apparent in increased efficiency and potential. The ultimate aim of Greater Miami's centra! fund-raisinq and planninq aqency is implicit in its purpose. The new imaqe both of Federation and CJA, the broadened base of giving, the traininq of young leaders and the expansion of professional start — all of these, onq many others, can bring this purpose to fuller achievement. Leaders to be Honored The Federation meeting Saturday will see Mr. Sidney Lefcourt's retirement from his helm a three-term president and of Dr. Irvinq Lehrman from two years as chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Both men have deed themselves steadfastly and enerqetically to their r&spcnsibilities. Mr. Lefcourt and Dr. Lehrman justly deserve the honors to be accorded them durinq the meetinq. Joseph M. Lipton, nominated as president to succeed Mr. Lefcourt, is well-equipped to take over. His many years of leadership in both the Jewish and qeneral communities, and in a variety of civic and philanthropic activities, qualify him for the post to which he is recommended. Workinq in conjunction, with Arthur S. Rosichan, executive direc'or of tho Greater rmi Jewish Federation, whose capability has tur: Federation beck onto the load of it, Mr. Lipton offers the promise of n further levels of community accomplish:it. A N0T€ Of CONFIDENCE Growing Identification The first annual forum and installation of the Rabbinical Association oi Greater Miami suqqests a new trend in the relationship between the association and the community it serves. Several hundred persons representinq leadinq organizations in Jewish activity here attended the function at Temple Beth Sholom last week. This "first" indicates a step on the part of our spiritual leaders toward involvinq themselves even more fully than before in the qeneral affairs of the community. Similarly, it indicates that the rabbis are, themselves, interested in qreater lay concern for their own proqrams, as well as problems. The outqoinq president's report listed the wide field of rabbinic identification in both Jewish and qeneial communal endeavor here. The forum and installation auqurs well for future proqress in this qrowinq identification. Tribute to a Rabbi The forum was the site for singling out Rabbi Murray Alstet on the occasion of 50th anniversary in the rabbinate. Rabbi Alstet served as Beth David Congregation's first spiritual leader. His tenure : came at a tune when many of todav's lev leaders were either students of the religious school or members of his faculty. In addiuon. Rabbi Alstet extended the I zons of his pulpit actively to opose the Ku Klux Klan and to involve himself in interfaith aft i Beth David Congregation honoied R.: Alstet during its late Friday services last week. His recognition by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami the evening before was another tribute to a spiritual leader who has devoted half a century of service to Judaism. during (he week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Hurting Israel's Welfare The diplomatic accord between the Federal Republic of West Germany and the State of Israel is a new era in human affaiis prin cipally because of the painful relationship that exists between Jews and Germany. The recognition comes late. Neve-the'it is welcome. We may say .; difficult to see the German flag Qyinq :u fa or to hear Germany's national anthem by Israelis on state occasions. These coi erations are beside the point. It is also hurtful to Israel's welfare. THOSE OF us Interested in %  the destiny of the st ate of Israel are taking a special riew of events in Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic Five months ago. mi h a vi e might not have been p, The aim of President Johnson's new "Great s was turned inward upon domestic affairs. If thi aim, it. self, has not chai pp^' ciably. Mr Johnson's emphasis certainly lies in mother The civil rights Issue continues to concern him So do med are, the general extension of social security benefits, and aid to education Bui the accent is abroad. Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic explosive as the) may be, are but a part of the proliferi seas area> of interest to which the President has commit'. Tin' North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Charles determination to reject the VS. partnership in it. evei means rejecting NATO as a whole, may be regarded eoninj outward of American interest So. too. are Mr sharpening eye on German) and the Soviet Union. It m axgued that these have been en going Washington cons hack through the Kennedy, Eisenhower and Truman \: tions Indeed, the de Gaulle problem, one can say with. contradiction, is merely the fulflowering of the French lea term ambition to make France the central power on thi continent and ti> reduce the power of our own ascend then Nevertheless all of these havi iderabf) .is a result oi • I••..(t isia ai Dominican Republii Thi en the "Gn at last January foi in I our battling ti tells more than the storj of a changing politu i u irain. WAK LIADIR Of A NATION AT WAR IT ALSO TELLS the rtorj hai I personalit) ii tl Mr Johnson short K< i Mr. John* f his < urrenl ; f tin ty. Here. tl al ha ed the chi i is the man. hi \ iet \ as a • %  efore thi i ttv Great S was the commitment in i ssue* that princij his in nation. Indi the Domii well ha vi be< en ted to test the President's inclinatioi I escalation ol conflict anywhere, nol alone in Southeast \%  osi who proposed the tesl sore!) miscalculated th. determination to meet the crisis militaril) it might have been relatively eas> for the President to • the Organization i>( American siates to make the decisi • Caribbean, with the L\S urging that something be don. i off the establishment of another Communist enclave in the A rB Hemisphere The Bay of Pigs apart, this was precisely Kennedy did. Neither was it the late President j failure ., suggested to Mr. Johnson the need for meeting the Dor volt b) force Mr Johnson acted in his own behalf—just as he ).,, own agent in the decision to proliferate our military mov< Southeast Asia If in the beginning he yielded to the Kent.. todS) Mr Johnson is a war leader of a nation at war to its best interests. rWO PIVOTAL QUtSTIONS NftDINC ANSWl*S THE PRESIDENT'S DEFENSE is, of course, self-evident W. not bow out from our commitment in Viet Nam. I hithe Communists are waiting for us to do If we withdraw it be a signal for communism to test us even further. Assured tl mean business m Southeast Asia, the Communists have mad. in the Caribbean Now that we have stopped them then' -i•( I the world must know we mean what we H) Two questions, among many others arise One is Wl the Communists we are talking about" While the Soviet t ni be making ugly noises in our direction, they are secretl) lighted with our stand m Viet Nam as they possibly can "be It • not Moscow's expansion we aim to check, it is Red China's W >t more specific in spelling out the issues? The war in Viet N might well take on a different philosophic complexion ar I different militar) one, if we did. The second question Is What precisel) do we mean b) i '' check lion" anywhere in the world in the name determination? ihs clearly, i~ the pivotal issue In the opening obsei here about Viet Nam, the Dominican Republic and thorn tcrested in the destiirj of Israel For the very privui ai med as its own in the role ol universal wat hd %  idenies lo the Jewish State, which lo k~ mere!) to : i >l AS INC0NSISTINT PKtSIDMIAl POSITION J^ CASE IN point her.would he the 1956-57 Sinai cai ;: %  %  nhowei Administration demanded Israel s di posed Nasser a leader il a us th. worst kind ol diplomatic I 1 Ihc Middle East peace, u need not Bo thai far back The disastrous Eisenl %  ha' i mce been repealed, if on a smaller i • Sldenl Kennedy and nou Mr Johns,,,, It would be lUll ess than praise Mr Johnson's general attitude toward i now His leadership m the joint is Israel desalinatioi | 'magnificent hosting ol Prime Minister Eahkol during Mr I visit her, last year ancases in point, But the Presidents aide. M>,T Feldman. who recentl) H' White House, has not been replaced Originally an Intimate Kcin •or, M.i Fehrman stayed on in thai capacit) after the • ,"'" Iervm %  •'•" •'• %  expert on is Israel affairToday, l'r< Johnson doesn't -a.v to discuss matters pertaining to Isr i e leaves to the state Department, %  traditional and S?" t0 "' !ll ~ on the Department to do for him l f eldman once did. When he does talk about Israel, it is mainly to caul against unilateral action In defending her rights be il ii '" ,,u N tion al Wat ProJ cl ... ol Gamal Abdel N |; -; l! i: > tar as N I, the I Appat uly. Mr Jo | ,. letern A. un or %  | | ic



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    Friday. May 21, 1965 +Jenlst) Ik r Minn Page 5-A By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Dade's War on Poverty Leader \ In August, 1964, the United Stati G ii v e i n in e n I passed i h e Eco. nomic Opportun ii>Ac: m order to "provide the • opportunity for m ..ml training, the rite work, and the onto live in decency an I • ir .ill the v ople in all • \u in Cassel, .in ata wealth of experi cial welfare activiti > i. wi >h t include I me appointed by the :-.n.. Authority; David n the Greater Miami tion; Jack I) Gor p County lloard of Pubic tion; and I>r Joseph ro t. Mi tropolitan Dade m mission. Young lea I • Ferdic was appointed : >adi l rban Renewal S Ri sichan, executive 100 COPIES$ 2 iPHOTO OFFSET) Anything you ngram that will be planned locally, planned by the people to be served and admin istered 1 .all) while being fund ed federally." -aid Mr Cassel. initially, the board has >'• ted four target area* in the county where a "culture of po> erty" persists When AKin Cassel tilkabout poverty, he speaks nol just as an ney n ith .> special lii vision Hi 1 involvement onl) structured with Jewish anthn py li 1 I ithei hi ol two boys, he empal What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE,NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anc:nS Tablets contain the ; reliever doctor* rocon niond n t fol headache, pain. And Anacin u 1 faet. la tl sMonds after ontei K jour bloodtream, Anacin l %f< Ilng raliaf to your heaiiache A not only r*li*ve* the pain, but alao lU tanaloo and depression. V/ou ico, Anacin la Ilka a doctor 1 pri P" tion. 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A DIVISION or Tnebican TITLE tionally with the prcdicamerH ol young people frustrated by inadequate academk and job pri paration, He is involved intellectually, 11 is evident thai he has read and steeped hin self in the theories "i contemporary social historians. He is currently .1 vice president of the Greater Miami Chapter of American Jewish Comrriittee. He has been active in Federation Miin tivities range as far afield "as a profound interest in music Mr. Cassel more recently taught music appreciation at the University of Miami He one: served two terms as president ol Jewish Family and Children's Sen ice He knows about and I for human 1 roblems Way of life l hi n iv n 1 sons in | la) in America is I ffi %  : povi it> twenty pi .; ion .1 go bul not ;• %  I) stricken The) believed in the American dream 'I hey believi al life could be better, if not for thtm then certain!) for thei; childri n I oda). in -• me groups in America poverty has %  • %  1 an a<<(; ted way of life '1 hesi people h ive regresse I to a fatalistic philosophy. 'I heir way of life has been determined for them They don't expect To help themselves or to be helped out ol their 'culture of poverty.' Alvin Cassel. working with the government's program and funds, intends to provide basic education, skills and WOI k expel r the culturally and economicall) deprived. He intend-, moreover, to attack indifference and spark awareness and chi tion to ambition. in Tar;.i t Area .No. 1, Miami central district, 98 percent ot the l" opli living there can he considered poverty-stricken. "We will open a 'supermarket rvices' in an office I icated right there in the center ot the area," lid Mr. Cassel "It will he a multiple service center with working hours and personnel : iled to meet the needs ..' i the people uc will i Tin re will I counand findini dep rtment. cc unseling, financial planlid ani trail gram, vill givt thi ;. unity the service .i specifies thai :t needs i will make it a" I neit 'lborhoi I corner Innovations Planned One ol the recognized frustra in sot ial service is that the people for whom the program* are designed seem t > be unaware of them or ignore them because they can't believe they qualify. Under the new Poverty Act. there are built-in method.tor thwart.i g this situation Mr. Cass I pointed out that the authoritative ire usually found in a ser vici center will be exchan I I r one ol their i wn E re\ olutionary and ever; %  'i will be employed to !., ke the service work. In an attempt to strike al :< %  •of p verty, pre-school care also being planned. dollar -pent on the < I five years of age will give Si i si return." said M ..--•I "if we can change and e this child's i ii\ ironn we will change his possibilities • vement He will :hen. die in a 'culture of po'ttr' Vlvin Cassel, through the pn gram, is engaged in a i ir erty and boredom. No >ne %  %  > er won such a war But, perhaps, it is possiMi to • ictively as it has been fi isible to fight destructively. "7hcfrontiers of deprivation cai i shed back it we all just re ecide they should be." he n ted hopefully. 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    Page 6-A +Jen 1st fkvrldiati Friday. N.ay 21, 1955 Israel, W. Germany Establish Ties tore the formal announcement, to do so, tolloweu by Syria • %  ..! I several *rab courttriea retaliated di Arabia Most of the 1 by breaking <>it relations with countries of the Arab Leag West Germany. Iraq was the fust expected t. do likewise. Continued from Page 1-A (.irn .ui idvanced weapons for the Nasser regime. The Chancellor's reference to 3u pcnded .1 r m s issue was jue saying only thai the ques.u remaining supplies had been settled b> "mdtual agreen1 Ho -aid also ti.it his govSunshine Chapter Membership Tea At Americana Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, held its seventh annual installation luneheon at t h e Americana Hotel on May 8 Mrs Frank Burg was installed apresident Cither officers are Mrs MorriWilson, Mrs MornBernstein. MrSamuel Kup-enel. Mrs. Samuel liahson. Mrs Bernard Friedman. Mrs. Lillian Jacoby, Mrs. Jack Dresner. Mrs Nathan Banks. Mr.Henrj Henann. Mrs. Frank Mandel, Mrs Joseph Galane, Mrs. Samuel Bredt, Mrs. Florence Bernste n Trustees are Mrs Thomas Friedman, Mrs .lack Goldberg, Mrs Meyer Gordon Fleeted board members are Mrs Milton uvm berg and MrArnold Rothenberi;. Rabbi Max \ Lipschitz, of Beth Congregation, paid tribute e newly elected president %  i<. i was Mrs Murray sk'.:p. eh:,! vice consultant president, Broward-North incil. Mrs. Milter H e nberg and Mi Frii dman w pre cha 1 Hi 1.1 > B 0 -\i %  •' Palm I • 1 1 %  District 5. ai : rom BrowardI iional ''''.1 nmei ernment would enter int 1 talk."in the near luture. i.e. two or thro" months" about economic aid to Israel, No figures were cited, Erhard said that a large number of the West German specialists "engaged in activities in the military sphere in countries outside NATO" had returned voluntarily to West Germany in recent months and that he expected more to do so. For the rest, he declared that "all means provided by law" were being used against nationals engaged in such activities. He expressed the hope that the decision would "pave the way into a happier future cf the relations oi our two nations." Premier Eshkol replied in kind. expressing gratification hut noting %  the somber historical background" — a reference to the Nazi slaughter of 6.OOO.OOO European Jewish men. women and chilliien — and a stormy political one." The Premier expressed the hope • that West Gcrmrny would speedily nspose" nf the problems ol ih" specialists In Egypt and cited one item of differences which the Chancellor had no; mentioned — the statute of limitationon prosecution of Nazi war criminals in West Germany which the Parliament recently postponed for four and a half years, fndirectlj indl eating ill.:Israel was not satisfied with that action, the Israeli Premier cited "the importance \ hich 1 have always attached to the question oi the cancellation "i to the Governments ol the 13 memPremier Eshkol lauded the Chan .-•llorrole in the historic decision, declaring thai it was Erhard's "personal initiative and determinal 1 n" which led to a "satisfactorj solution" of the outstanding ISSUes between the two coun tries as %  preliminary to the agreement on the diplomatic exchange. In Bonn, Dr. Eugen Gerstenmair, president of the Bundestag, the lower house of Parliament, expressed "pleasure" over the announcement. He told a press conference that he would "not have dared predict this a year ago." He added that "the main point is that a solution has been found to the question of weapons" but did not elaborate on what the solution was. Karl Gucnther von Hase, the Government press spokesman, told newsmen that Erhard had written to the Governments >>f the 13 mem her countries of Ihc Arab League, explaining why Bonn had recognised Israel and asking for their understanding However, c\en be The Hebrew Academy PRESENTS "They Were Ten n ISRAEL'S FIRST FULL-LENGTH FILM! (In Hebrew with Enqiish Sub-Titles) A SAGA OF ISRAEL'S EARLY DEVELOPMENT Tuesday Evening, June 1st 8:30 P.M. Promptly in the HEBREW ACADEMY'S AIR-CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM 2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach $1 25 Per Person Call 532-6421 for Reservations or Purchase Tickets at the Door Open 1 :30 Opt" 6.45 SURF Open 1 30 Beat Actreaf Award at the Canoes Film FestivalANNE r~KEni ANCROFT-hNCH Pumpkin Cater LAST tl DAYS A BROADWAY SMASH! 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    Friday. May 21. 1965 'knlstrhrMlrir Page IK I Thant Denies Territorial Proposal are for the better worse." or for the I I ID \ Vlin\s JTA merits and shift (terns He added he felt "it is a little it in .' ni vspaper in iy, a 111 ging thai Secret irj •u had proposed a "Jord in •xchi I territorj as %  i'\ \ i| r the i nited Nations a no) m ide Kh a i ui an i "had never I l | was printed in Der ni i. : .-• circulatioi Ac • Ian iild ,i i dan i i • rtisalem, and inMount Scopus into The Latrun area is a demili %  lions has to • %  <> its utmost to en Without referrin bj name to conditions conducive to th the Jordan River dispute, he said ful settlement oi outstam have %  !"• \ erj vigilant K li %  i i ilem Israeli officials i the German report groundrut said nothing vu known ...1 about such plans The sources noted that, in the icpressed it -elf as territorial its j irdanian I*>I der, %  territorial exchange mis; Thai • here thai the tO ill) IN lit n litions < ondu ittlemenl oi Jordan en 1st .i •. 11. %  %  n the Mil d •. fm esav there over the J rdan R rer d thai he I %  had changed in that there were ast, as in other • :•,, ahiftin NCCJ Program Clinic Features • • ooo presidents and i hair men of dromon's or lions throughout Soutri Plot*' beet • ited i" attend i M c •• r.th annu il pr gran cllnii of la Region >>( the Nation rem i o| Christians u I \l.i> 2", %  "! the clinic, which i> i'd each year by the Wo Division ot the NCCJ, is ition 1965 Dilemmas allenges in Human Relaas announced l>> Mrs Enterline, co-ehuirnian ot Division and aver an oi the clinic Keynote speaker for the event wll be Dr. Peter Masiko. presi<**"• of Miami-Dad* Junior Cel••9* rd i Wolfson, co-chairman Florida Region Board it %  t the MOCJ, will pre opening remarks Tlv • linic ill be bU from io:30 in the Jcednn Marsh 'J Auditorium, according '" Mr Knterline. "ii the panel will be Theodore Gibson, pastor n BpiaeonaJ Church; NihUl Florida field di WICS' .Women in ( aii b .i tarviews for the IM'UK created 'in and Miss Helconsuttanl to Dade n the Join f KennedN loncernod m eataottsrdn • kindergarten f. ftva *My Sejsftn for Youth y ." 1: nssioa |or young people leajple Knranu Kl was held on Wurday afternoon at Dr rrVtltf ^""•n's home Mrs Murry Mai •" rtairman of the Youth nmi "won EVERYONE ON MIAMI BEACH NEEDS AARON FARR WON'T YOU JOIN THE SWING TO SO WE ALL CAN BE PROUD OF MIAMI BEACH! JOIN WITH US IN SUPPORTING AND VOTING FOR AARON FARR MILTON WEISS JOSEPH WEINTRAUB MRS. LEONARD WIEN MRS. JACK ABLIN MRS. A. L GLICKMAN J. A. CANTOR WILLIAM T. KRUGLAK, II MRS. ETHEL SHAPIRO MRS. NORMAN J. RUSS JOSEPH EPSTEIN MRS. LOUIS COHEN MRS.SOLSILVERMAN SAM MEISELMAN MRS. MAXWELL HYMAN HARRY D. BERLAT MRS. PHILIP THAU WILLIAM AGRANOVE C.W. •PETE" CHASE, JR. MRS. JAMES PINKY SCHIFFMAN MRS. ALEXANDER LIBOW MRS. JAMES I. KELLER MRS. JOHN SERBIN MRS. ALEXANDER ROBBINS ALEX S. GORDON SIDNEY B. GORCHOV JAMES S. KNOPKE RALPH LACHMAN JACK SHAPIRO MRS. MORRIS GIDNEY MRS. BETTY FINEGOLD MRS. FRED JONAS DR. LEONARD FINN MANNY GOLDSTRITCH HARRY B. SMITH C.L.CLEMENTS, JR. SAM HALPERIN S. RAWLINGS VOTE FOR AARON FARR THE FIRST TOURISM SPECIALIST IN MIAMI BEACH 50 YEAR HISTORY AM AN INDePENDENT CANDIDATE AND N£J, AFFILIATED WITH ANY POLITICAL GROUP CITY COUNCILMAN LEVER 3-B (GROUP 2) tm^i V-N'KH CAMPAIGN WNAGER-TREASURER ii P.I. I



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    I Poge 8-A +Jewisl> ftcrknar Friacry. Mcril, 1965 iVin* Spotlights Germany in Talk iere is still no grass roots dem tic movement in the Federal iblic of West Germany. Dr. Jo. in I'rinz told a capacity atn • lance I f some 700 persons meeti Monday night at the DiLido } %  : %  tel. ". Prinz, national president of erican Jewish Congress, and president of the Conference of sidenta of Major American .' iah Ori^Hiiiz;!tions, told a gath< • g of the South Flrida Region o AJC Ogress that "teach-ins I as we have been having in c. own country would still not be niited in West Germany." Dr. Prinz, recently returned ; -;m a trip to the Federal Republic at the invitation of West BerMayor Willie Brandt, said •-at the trappings of democracy ist there, but that it still has not yet filtered down to the spirit of the people as a way of life. • Max Lipschitz, spiritual lead1 Beth Torah and chairman of f • South Florida Region Commison Jewish Affairs, opened the .. acity meeting. of hideous mats graves of tens thousands of Jews Turning briefly to the quest! n "f civil rights, Dr. Prim declared that "a Jew is a Jew. and he can no! divrce himself from this condition.'" Earlier, on Sunday, Dr. Prinz attended an American Jewish C o n g r • ss sponsored afternoon function at the home Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Gordon on Miami Beach. The Monday night affair u,,. concluded by n.ihbi Leon K spiritual leader of Temple sholom. and presi lei I •.JCongrei South Florida cil. who aLo presided al ti:;n and answer period : I the presentation by i>, Dr. Joachim Prinz (right), national president of American Jewish Congress, meets with AJConaress leaders here Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon. Left is Gordon, vice president of the South Florida Region of AJC, in discussion with Dr. Prinz and Rabbi Leon Kronish (center), AJConcrress regional president. "I know," he said, "how diffi1cult it will be for Jews through •ernard Mandler was cited by£ out the world, and particularly : AJCongress South Florid*?'* r e "*< to $e the fl 9 of *"• Jicil -in recognition of his out^ G#r man PeP'e fl / in 9 on masts Blinding achievement as chairman > %  the Commission on Law and S al Action of Congress, in .-• ngthening Jewish life and adv;::cing the frontiers of freedom 1 all Americans." The citation was made under t %  sponsorship of The Jewish r ridian and Joseph SohlaiK. sident of the Graphic History <• the Jewish Heritage FoundaFred K Shochet, publisher oi Jev Ish Kloridian, made the mentation in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and to hear the national anthem, 'Deutschland Ueber Alias,' played by the Hagannah band. On the other hand," he noted, "West Germany must be considered a new force in the Middle East." In a cable to Chancellor Erhard. Dr. Prinz said he hailed the diplomatic achievement, expressing the hope "that all outstanding problemwill find their just and fair solution in the near future, and we will watch with interest the development of this new formal association into a meaningful historic relationship which will enable the two countries to contribute to stability and peace in the Middle East." Dr. Prinz said that he has been returning to West Germany annually since 1946. "but only for business and never on vacation." He said that on the occasion of his la-l visit, he made a trip to Dachau, the infamous concentration camp, "where beautiful flowers now grow in abundance — hiding the MIAMI BEACH HAS HAD PROGRESS WITH PROSPERITY WITH HYMAN GALBUT ON CITY COUNCIL THE PAST 2 YEAR? Pull LEVER 2-A RE-ELECT II Y 91 A N GALBUT Hyman Galbut has lived in Miami Beach since the early }93(ys. He is married and has 4 sons who attend Mesivta and the Hebrew Academy. He belongs to Beth Israel and Beth Jacob Synagogues. Secretary of Hebrew Academy. Member: Greater Miami Cemetery Assn. Member: Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. Board Member: Chesed Shel Ernes. Pd !' %  •! Ad\ II m fl siHB n his address, Dr. Prinx, : lied for a "final act of recompense" by West Germany toward 150,000 Jewish victims of S-iiism barred by German law 4 -m receiving restitution for •%  eir suffering under Hitler." r. Prinz urged the West Ger•i Bundestag to adopt an endment to the Federal Com sation Law that would indentni| lewish survivors of Nazi perset ion who can not claim restituI under the law because they re marooned in Iron Curtain < ntries when the filing period ired Oct. 1, 1953. I call u p (i n the respons ; the new Germany, : r Br.har i. t>> -e th restitution on mil' ci an I statesman •>. nol ling." he declare I ring l" the newly establishdiplomatic relationship betv SI ite • Israel and West G •i nj Dr Prinz said that the ac%  in as having been een two sovereign tes u ,i nj overdue." he i m SEIDERMAN WINNER OF PRAISE FOR B'NAI B'RITH WORK HERE Plot to Kill Swedish Jews Continued from Page 1-A •-e charges is now in Cairo and obobly will not return since he ould be liable to expulsion by £ .vedish authorities. More ar-tsts were indicated. lie targe) Of the death sene '.' .t systematic efforts at antitic indoctrination of Swedes. i>l youth. It appeared a Hitler .Itigend group direct by the Swedish Nazi-, operated .i sports club and thu> received mcipaJ subsidies. Back in 1963, long before being drafted by prominent Miami Beach Citizens to run for Council, Seiderman won Praise from a top B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League leader for his work in the Miami Synagogue Bombing and Miami Herald Editor Bombing Cases. \Y!i\\\* Vtuaft? 1 .!-> >"" %  ^00 "-' %  "iT: -C=i ""","32£: .., *•*•• v. % %  £& %  '^ ,i *****""' *?tP' / "MIAMI BEACH DESERVES THE BEST... VOTE JUNE 1" HEADQUARTERS-901 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.-JE 2-3426 LEVER 1M I'..I \.|\ PAUL FOR c/ry COUNCIL



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    Friday. May A, '965 + k**lshncrkto*r) Page 9-A leaders Testify on Soviet Jews Plight % %  WASHINGTON (JTA) — A : leaders of Jewish orand experts on the • 11 the 3.000.000 Jewi so\ 1 1 Unl n rave d< -i i :'M." eek tu ;i subcomf the lionsForeign \f ittee A number of Re ...... ird" i*'"' i' 1 %  • di %  I •. i-ntion by the State l>": art... %  • • %  sc. iel Jew i \ w as es ground of it\.' hearings i sure bj HIP Slate D< • • '.it it no lot object %  tioa b) i rn [resa of %  >o'uti< nden IUBP'I* ^treatment t4 i w nt Si r'-'n-v of S',, -> P — Vrtl ur 2nd in a telephone Rep I eonard Parbstein, \. York Democrat, was the Mac Arthur told Hep Farbn mber "f th.' House For\ %  Committee, that a %  standing" resulted from had sent previously to : %  i • ssman on May 5 in MacArthur said that official States intercession with the Government on Russian be undesirable. In an official message sent later the same day by special courier tc Rep. Farbstein, MacArthur reaffirmed that there Guricn Charges Eshkol Unfit To be Premier Continued from Page 1-A d into "a narrow class and that its aim was Ml I i! isses within I'M' ontinuation of the pre*. Mil % %  • • • %  system, Bon-Gurion emier Eshkol with ere> ithin the party. • •: the Lavon affair. Premier for fearing i-sue because of the i opening a "Pandora's Bo> lit said he had been in thill net with Eahkol for 12 never heard him speak o: dora's Box. Airs. Wein to Host %  I Wein will serve as board meeting of the apter Women's Branch n of orthodox Jewish is of America, on p m al her home Plans iming yeai will be had been no change in the position the Department made known several weeks ago, that "the Department does not object to the pasiaje of these resolutions." Testifying before the subcommittee. Rabbi Joachi n Prin, ie presenting the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewrv a co,i ative body Ol L* major national Jewish, rehj i ius, civic an I Zionist groups united to combat Soviet treatment ol its Jewish populatii n -presented for inclusion into the record a number of photographs, pamphlets, cartoons and other graphic material "de o.cUng the .'so.iet Union's religiroa and cultural persecutitfni during the past number of years." I)r Print expressed "deep re gret" that ix.th the Executiv branch of our government and the State Department have ben re. luctant to press forward en "this 'tumane question." He said that the State Department "until now has been so Strangely reticen' and reluctant on the matter of Soviet Jewry Despite mounting public opinion, unfortunately, the voice that could have proven the most telling was absent from the chorus ; of condemnation — the official voice of the government of the 1'nitcd States To he sure, there have been expressions of sympathy by the State Department, but they have been couched in terms so vague and hesitant as to lx> virtually inaudible." In urging adoption of the resolution on Soviet anti-Jewish bias in Russia, Rabbi Prim said "we challenge the Soviet authorities to allow the establishment In the Soviet Union of a single Yiddish publishing House as a means of demonstrating the response of Soviet Jews." Committee members questioned witnesses on Soviet motives for anti Jewish measures, One answer given was that .lews have relatives abroad, are considered alien, and are subjected to bias in efforts to destroy the Jews as a cultuial and religious group. Dr. Erich Goldhagefl, director of the Institute on Fast European Affairs at Brandeis University, toid the subcommittee that he could predict "with statistical accuracy' the "exl nction ol Jewish lite In the Soviet Union if the government's current policies con tinue Rabbi Meir Feiman, representing the S>nagojue Council of America, added fo the documentation of Jewish suppression by telling the subcommittee that many cemeteries had beeen desecrater 1 and destroyed outright, and that permission to open new cemeteries is not being granted. The religious leader visited the Soviet Union last year. Dr, Joseph B. Schechtman, vicechairman of the American Zionist Council, sa'd "" hexv -it a -•-• Jey in the highest echelons Of the Sot i e t govt rnment. The last to be eliminated were Let Mi n n5(). and La*ar M. Kaganovch n 1057." He sail that in Novembi r 1062, %  Jew, an engineer, Veniamin E. D mshitr.. > an pointed to a non-political job as chairman of the Soviet State Plannr:' Commitfe, and later to the rank if Deputy Premier. "Jews are also strikineh under represented in the legislative bodies of the Soviet Union, and their representation is steadily shrinking," Dr. Schechtman said He noted: "In 1934, Jews comprised 4 1 percent of the member ship of the two houses of the Sup rente Soviet of th" USSR. Now. among the 5679 elected members, only 13 are Jews—022 percent— as aga'nst the Jew'sh rvwv'tttnn i ratio of 1.09 percent, almost onefifth of the proper percentage Dr. JucM L. Teller, writer on Soviet Affairs, told the Representatives that "the circumstances which have persuaded the Soviet authorities to indulge in this practice are not very likely to change in the very near future; hence, unless checked by an outraged public opinion abroad, the Soviets might react to these circumstances by capitalizing even more on anti-Semitism as a political advantage." Rep. Edna Kelly chairman ot the subcommittee. commended the leaders of American Jewry who testified on these proposals. Mrs Kelly and another subcom mittee member. Rep. James O. Fulton, who conducted most of the sized that the witnesses had given "excellent advice" to Congress, and agreed specifically with those witnesses who had advised that "firmer action on the part of the U.S. Government" is needed on questioning of witnesses, empha this issue. A VOICE... NOT AN ECHO MIAMI BEACH'S DEMOCRATIC COUNCILMAN JUDGE MAL ENGLANDER ELECTED BY YOU • Vice Mayor 1961-63 • Councilman 1963-6S • Justice of the Peace 1957-61 • Democratic County Committceman • Past President Miami Beach Zionist District • Past President Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce • Post Master Hibiscus lodge • National Officer, J.W.V. • Admitted to Practice before U.S. Supreme Court • Miami Beach Resident 33 Years JUDGE MAL ENGLANDER If T0U WILL BE OUT Of TOWN ON ILtCTION DAY iuitt 1 YOU MAY CAST ABSENTEE BALLOTS AT CITY HALL between now and May 29. Call 866-5776 for additional inlormalion. Pull Lever 4-A IN GROUP //, RE-ELECT COUNCILMAN MALVIN ENGLANDER I f .1 \ l\ 4 Distinguished family Heritage of Public Service for Miami Beach # in Beach Businessman and Homeowner National. International Affiliations No. 2 US Salesman of Israel Bonds + Zombat Flier. World War II 'iocl Board Member m Colorado • Member Elks. Civic League, ^oose, Veterans Foreign >, American Legion, Miami Hvavh inn faV Proutl Ot. I'l l-.. I Adv. Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. Vou won't find the words "Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles. We're bringing our great Canadian hisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the L.S.A. This way. we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at A % least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) _^ Try it. Just look for the important new Canadian. In the handsome square bottle. Without those extra w ords. Canadian Lord Calvert Elect ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT EE CANADIAN WHtSKV-ABl£NO.|0 PROOF.IMPORTFD B\ CAiVEKT DI


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    Paqe 10-A +Jmlst> ncridiar Friday, M observed ;it 'litdinner. and among the evening's hi '' lights vviii i' the election ol offl cers and a mass tribute to cam paigti leadership, Dancing w ill take place throughout the evening Special presentations will be made lo the honorees, Lefcourl and Rabbi Lehrman, and to Mrs Inez Krensky, chairman of the Women's Division: Norton Pallot and George l alianofl co chair men of the Trades and Professions Council: John Serbin and R Williams Apte. chairmen and co chairman, respectively, of h Rosidents Division: and Mrs Richard I'.neknian president, Young Women's Division Goldberg Will Address Founders By Special Report NEW YORK Arthur ,r Gold 1 rg, Associate Justice <>t t h e l nited States Supreme Court, will be principal speaker al a dinner in tribute to the Pounders of the American Frienda <>f the Hebrew i niversit> on Saturdaj at Ue Waldi i, \.| ( .i ia Hotel in New York ("il\. it was announced by Dr Marrj M Sedlin, chairman of the Dinner Committee The event will initiate t h e year round i elebration i i the 40th annivers irj Ihe Hebn l nivei sitj "i Je|l I! Membership in the Societj of i unders is made up oi important s u p po r t ers ol the A nerican Friends ol the Hebrew Universit: who Have contributed a minimum 0| S. .V'"" 1 tOV aid the dc\olopr of the university Avrabam Hai nan. Israel's Ambassador to the United States vviii also speak. aii.l Continued from Page 1-A II YM and YWHA headquarters tould be the setting for a report :i the man; outstanding achieveicnts made b) our central Jewish >mmunal organization during Mr efcourt's three terms as presii -ni Fleeman declared "(>ur annual meeting also will i highlighted bj a justly-dea ibute lo Dr Lehrman undei ired and dedicate term leadership, our Combined lewish Appeal has served a record number of men. women, and children Last year's campaign raised upward of $100,000 more than in 1963. This year's cam paign, again under Dr Lehrman's leadership, has surpassed last year's total figure, and we have already received a record number of pledges from members of the community for our l!>ti.~> campaign Fleeman added Lefcourt Due to Deliver Outgoing Prexy's Report Continued from Page 1-A rated camp, ign is the fines) instrumentalit) tor serving the to Je ish community." ll<' will I so point to a rising tide of pub c opinion in the Greater Miami -(immunity, "both toward federal %  I toward the work i he Ft de 'ation, w h i c h ib* ailed upon daily by an increased umber of individuals and community organizations for aid in a irge varietj of family, personal nd human relations problems." Lefcourl will cite the ten-yeai apita! Needs Committee, wha'i Lt tudyiny the future expansion ot apital needs programs by Kedertion's affiliated aaencu-s and by ther Jewish communal agencies lis report will ulso stress "the 'illusion of young and dynamu oadership both In Federation and s boanl members Ol the affiliated gencies." "With our incoming president nil officers, anil the interested coup of new yo ;;ig leaders. OUT _rowth and future expansion is in xcellent bands. l.eteo'.irt will inicate He will also point out basic Young Israel Group to Picnic Young Israe 1 Coll^Kiatis are ponsoring a picnie on Sunday. fay 3ii. beginning at noon at 'randnn Park Young a


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    Friday. May 21. 1965 • Jen Isti flcr/afton Paqe 11-A Dr. Lehrman's 2Year Rule last hi-rise apartment event of the 1965 Combined Jew •\ppeal was held by the residents of Bay Terace and %  i more than SI,000 for the 1965 campaign. Shown (loft |ht) are Edward Schuchman, co-chairman; quest speaker, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan, Louis Schuchman and Jack Applebaum. Federation's Program Director Depth B ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Executive Director |G'f^ter Miami Jewish Federation h constant evaluation of is ol the Greater Miami i ^deration and Its agencies i Ingredient ol Fedet i activity, Federation's an r-eting tune sharpens up the time ti> reevaluatt Kaminc Ihe depth of ai %  ms and n eds, an I %  [or the years fie place '>f our Jewish agencies in carrying ou( new and i>ili>t progi ams, On the agenda of Federation this year are many activities Than Is an immediate need fot an aggres sive Legacies and Bequests pn> gran rhis is extremelj important if Federation is to retain its flex ihHit.v '!( .•tin | Ihe • f the future Reexammation new diii c lo k at our last two in Miami is much : Hi. re ii ii i \ oir "i to be •I. pom s %  | i storj "i Fed > Jewi>h |j not been com,. ii -h iui'1 ha\. itwsual Community itj in unusual ire .i ii'-, We an I Ihe dilei ima of | •i and welfare ler lewish ommtmit) ol more; while our fund i ments are not a* isi of tin ;i\ e ra % %  Ii itj of this size I am lal these fund i aisinx •will improve with .t ii,in h more com pi I.I m .it education plish this of (he future can rl in the tremendous n place .in all i < Government is partici .inglj m health an I activities and we are with a dilemma of an and voluntarj .i into the picture, anil The Greater Miami i %  i h Fedi ration annual meeting v ill also be .i victory dinner dance honoi i the achievement ol Di h \ ing Lehrman, who. in two uccess ive year, has led the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign over it' goal 1'iuler Rabbi Lchrman's dynam lc leadership, a better than $100,000 increase was shown in the 1964 c ampaign During the 27th annual meeting Saturday at the Greater Miami YM and WHA, Dr. Lehrman and his team of volunteers were to announce that the current campaign not only exceeded this figure, but that it will have met its 1945 goal, an additional S50, 0C0 above last year. Dr. Lehman this week revealed that m the current campaign the Residents Division has already surpassed an increased goal and raised better than UOMOO above last year. The Women's Division has already raised close i> $to.000 above 1961. and the Trades and Professions, which aecount for almost half of the funds raised an mildly, are well on the mad tov aid meeting their increased goal. Norton Pallol and George Tali. in hairmen ol Trades and Professions I ouncil, laid that the Mercantile Division, headed by !'h E Brook %  and v\ Uliam s Ruben, has alreadj exceeded Its : and • bat all i imp-, im lu 'm.; the tpparel. Furniture, Depart mi in and Retail Stoi i nti ibutthe record result Finance Divisi n, chaired in \\i iss; tinbuilding an I i i nstruction Dh : ion chaired by ris i. ii ins. the Gem ral Sei • i' on chaired by In ing II h.i e • xceeded ;oals A. B. Wiener, chairman of the Professional Division, announced that the Accountants Division, chaired by Albert J. Beer, and the Druq Division, again led by Samuel Goldman, have surpassed their quotas. i : tmericnn Lai led bj N it Poll nil and \ i iidiii i Ma iit i' 1 bj Peter K Mo Myers, have also ex i Rest mi ant < iroup of tin Pood Divis urn has surpassed its md the Motel G rot p has to i weeded the amount raised 1864 iithi r leading industries and pro %  --urns thai h.i\ i i xceeded then litii figure and arc well on the ,.\ low aid meeting their in creased goal in Ihe current ram paign include the Communal Services Division, Buildhu Supplies. Architects and Engineers, Banks, newness and our growth, we look Mortgages and Small Loans and optimistical!) to the future, be Finance Companies, as well as the cause the resources are here, both General Insurance and Lite tain men*) tad in manpower, to surance Group, the Miscellaneous i ,, %  ;,.:,,, (l n s problems and i" i>w needs This outstanding record bj many segments ol our community the residential, the business communitj .i n d the w omen's and N oung Women'in\ isioi s, ian o u I > i a n d ing at hies, ement," Dr Lehrman stated "Achievement of our goal of 51,435,080 is vital to the welfare of o u r community and to the needs of our people the world over. Equally important, however, is the fact that our Combined Jewish Appeal has become truly a campaign sponsored and supported by all areas and segments of our Greater Miami community. I am proud to state that this year we have over 10.400 contributions, upward of 3.000 more than we received at tins time last year We are well on our waj to ward reaohing our goal of bettei than n.(MM) individual contributions.' Dr Lehrman stated. "The efforts of all our volunteer workers and contributors, many of whom are newcomers to our eomnuinity and to the Combined Jewish Appeal, indicate thai we are maturing as a responsible community. All this means that we will pass on to our children and to future generations the tradition and heritage of our peple It also speaks well for the future o* u ter \l i a in i .li w ish 1 eder ..s the finest i xpr< sit n of t"s|,i nsibfe and mature Miai Ii W ish communit) We :i,u-t explore in detail oui ,!•• tn the Jew ish agi i far beyond lenl institutional • pt. famine our pro a nd i ncies in I ition This is • ,'IS'T in %  al and in thi ntit) How i Ii live a iningful is lb.' :. v t are th lire pin• • %  the future is It h ibeen .i source of I i ,,i ion to •". • ration to ., ,• ih< participation the • of this commun it) We ".i •• built on the leadership ... in mri i the i balk i i • and ii will be the Ii rship m the present and the It n which will have to face new challenges along with hip of the past. Meeting the Needs With all of the dilemmas, with all of the problems with all of our fit the tin Sen ices Group, the Advertising in •: \ and the DentistDivision PERsriMOi i -,n siMt v.AY,.FOOB>J5INESS>'lAEDOBUSINES'5.Pt:BSCNToPLRbf.N 4.06% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ,UFT ON DEPOSIT FOR ONE YEAR PLUS FULL BANKING FACILITIES AIL SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF 7 /r.'Person lo I'iTion Hank 239 Sunny Isles Boulevard Sunny Isles, Florida Tel: 949-2121 On Itlitl St., One Block Watt ot Collins Ave. N O K M A N I' I I' %  R J\f*2!l £" ft COMPLETE BANKING Regular checking accounts Savings accounts 1 Drive-in banking Walk-up tellers • 24-hour depository • Loans of all types Safe-deposit facilities • Bank by mail (prepaid postage) School Principal To Be Honored Bj ron < herkas president Tei pie Beth Am, announces that \i. Harry K *s, foundin ; pi incipal • Bi Hi Am Religious School, and i %  r for the pas! ten yeai w be honored at the religius lervii im Friday evening Al-o to be honored during tl Yom II imoreh" Teachers' Di services are Religious School fa ulty members Rabbi Banford Seltzer, direct ui the Southeast Council of Refor Cn g i eg ations, will deliver the se mon and the Temple Choir wi oiler mil-ual portions of the S< vice. MrItoss started with a smi ip o) children lir-t using tl i lassrooms in the Baptist Chun of South Miami, then in the I'mvi sitj of Miami. mo\ m Into tl i resent quai ters about six yeai ago. The school, now wRh 1,0 children is one of the largest i ii c Southeastern part 11 the 'nlte States PRISICI ST MHM *S Ol FRANK RALLIES SUNDAY, MAY 23rd NORTH SHOr.E PARK 73rd and Collins MONDAY. MAY 24.h 21st ST. CENTER 21st and Washington SEE and MAR JUDGE FRANK and MRS. BERNIE FRANK Singer Marion Colby BOTH NIGHTS 8:00 P.M. JUDGE BERNIE FRANK MIAMI BEACH'S DYNAMIC VICE MAYOR Municipal Court Judge, 1948-51 Hebrew Academy Award for Community Enhancemei t Democratic Club of Miami Beach Award 1961 i Presidents Council of Miami Beach Certificate of Achievement • I960 Received P.T.A. Award, Miami Beach Junior and Senior High Schools B'nai B'rith Israel Committee Member Temple Beth Sholom and Congregation Beth Jacob ENDORSED UNANIMOUSLY BY Presidents Council of Miami Beach Senior Citizens Oigns. Miami Beach Apartment House Assn. Organized Labor South Shore Citizens Club Miami Beach Citizens Organization REELECT JUDGE BERNIE FRANK PULL LEVER 5-A I'.l I'..I Ailv 3 fS0NTOPERSON-TMAT STl nOBUS'NESS'PEHSON"



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    Pa Page 12-A -Jenl§fi ncridiar Friday, May 21, \m L C e i i i i i > i • I NOMINATED TO PRESIDENCY Or JEWISH FEDERATION Lipton Pledges 'Continued Progress' Joseph' M. Lipton. president ol meeting at the YM and YWHA thiSaturday evening. Lipton. an outstanding figure in the Miami Busines. civic and philanthropic community, served as Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, and a vice president ol the Greater .Miami Jewish Federation, will ascend to the presidency of the community's central Jewish organization at the annual community activities in observ"Ol all the forces that make for ance o* the UJA's 25th annivera better world, none Is so nullssary. pensahle. none i> SO powerful as has been a member of the hope. Without hope, men are only our Fdrtion and of our Cam I bined Jewish Appeal in buildina a better world for all who count upon u$. "I am grateful that Stdne) L*(. court my predecessor, lished such a fine organizal on, r, out for myself, but f"i He Board ; Governors and the ex< c i Combined Jewish Appeal chairy ve Committee of the Greater Mi JOSIPH COHEN Bureau Reelects Cohen President Joseph Cohen has been reelected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education for a fourth term. Reelected as vice presidents are Judge Frederick N. Barad. Albert 1 Ossip and Leonard Zilbert. AI Sherman was reelected secretary. and Melv\n B Fnimkes was reelected treasurer. Meyer A. Baskin was dsignated honorary president Cohen is a life member of Brandeis University, a board member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a participant in the establishment of the Rabbi Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern History at the Jewish Theological Seminary, a vice president of the Hebrew Academy, a supporter of the campaign for free secondary education in Israel, and an active leader in the Bonds for Israel campaign. The A Directors of the Bureau e ected the following representatives for board membership for the coming year: Irving Seidel and George Katz man, Beth Torah Congregation; Jerome Bienentekl. Beth Israel ( gation; Harold Jaffer, Temple Judea: Dr. Maxwell Bauer, Temple Beth Am: Gerald Franklin. Adath Yeshurun; Lewis Pomerantz. Israelite Center; Mr. and Mrs Jack Katzman. membors-atMr and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, Temple Emami-El; Murray A Shaw. Temple NerTamid; Leon Rosoff. Beth David Congregation; and Sam Putterman, Temple Or Olom. JWY Officials Attend Meeting Departm*>nt Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Ainslee R. Ferdie. accompanied by Second Junior Vice Commander James Stern and Past Commander Julius Kleineib^t. of the Harry S. CohenSurfside-Bal Harbor Post 723. met w ith representatives of the Meyer Liebovitz Post 198. of Jacksonville, at Lake City. Fla.. on the 20th anniversary of VE-Day. Attending from Jacksonville were Pool Commander Victor Hubsch. Department Deputy VAVS Officer Louis Segal. Post Quartermaster Max Becker and Post Trustee Markowitz Also in attendance representing the Ladies Auxiliary WW Mrs. James Stern. Mrs. Julias Kleintibst and Mrs. Ainslee R. Ferdie. man in the 1961 campaign, and has served as campaign vice chairman, as well as in the Savings and Loan and Finance Divisions, the Initial Gifts Divi ion, and in every important facet of the CJA campaign and of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatii n. He was a member of the seventh United Jewish Appeal study mission to Rome and Israel, in October 1960. He was also ap pointed t the Natinal United Jewish Appeal Committee for ami Jewish Federation since inception In stating nu reasons for accep tance of the presidency of the federation, Lipton emphasized "the great opportunity for service to Jewry throughou! the worl I '•The wide scope of caring for reeds of local, national, and over seas agencies affiliated with the Federation pr vide* a tremendous challenge for service to Jewish men. women, and children." he declared \alf alive, but with hope they dream, Uiej think, they plan. the) work Lipton will call upon the community to harm ss the manpower which is available to bring the full force of its energies in the i! osi efficient and capable manner to the w<:k of the Federation %  Jii 1U.41 aseucics. boLU ua UKI io(,.] ci mmunit> and in 27 countries ovei seas "It is my personal pledge that I shall dedicate my time and efforts to continued progress of munity, and 1 pledge thai ,i every.hing in my po tinue the outstanding ac of our Greater Miami Je ration." ionu Dr. Woltson to Talfc "Excommunication of S will be the topic of %  d the Spinoza Forum for Education on Thursda) in the auditorium of w FenVraV 1234 Washing! Dr. Abraham Wolfson, a 'Spinoza — Life of Reasoi introduce the subject, Davidoff will conduct tin sion. 1 Who Won Last Week's Election? CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS! The 600 people who visited our model last weekend proclaimed it a winner. We sold eight apartments the first day —a landslide. Too bad! Now there are only 16 left. Folks raved, "This is already an elegant apartment." Some said, "I never saw such good taste in this area." Everyone who knew the low price was amazed at the size of the apartments... the unusual utilization of space for living ... the luxury features. Every apartment has its own individually controlled air conditioning and heat; its own washer-dryer in the bathroom. Distinctive decorator touches, too: full mirrored walls and crystal chandeliers, specially designed kitchen cabinets, nylon wall-to-wall carpeting, grab bars in baths, even built-in shoe racks. No wonder one woman told us, "You ought to charge more for these apartments." Maybe she's right! Better hurry over before we change our mind. Three Different One Bedroom Apts. priced from $ 14,250 Downpayment as low as $ 2,850 Mo. maintenance from *37 AUGUST OCCUPANCY flamingo tonosj jgSg^ now -f^JS&lHPtt! Development Corp. building at 1300 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Open Daily 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.



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    iFrday, May 21. 1965 %  knisl lUrMitr Page 13-A Mapai Minority Supports Gurion JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Leaders of the Mapai Party who side with David Ben-durion, and who are in the minority in the leadership of the party, Monday charged Prime Minister Levi Bsfakol with Mi-kins to impos the majority's view on the entire party by call: ii -^ frr the resignation from the Cabinet of the Mapai ministers who aKretwith Ben Gurion'S >tand. In a statement, they said that the traditional viewof the Mapai Partj was that "the representstives of Mapai in the Cabinet and the Histadrut always reflected the various viewpoints existing in the party and in its national leadership, and this was the guiding principle ever since the establishment of the State.*' The statement emphasized that Mapai members must not resign from the Cabinet whenever they disagree with the Preii.lor on issues under dispute on a party level, and must enjoy complete freedom to fipht in the Cabinet for their opinions "even when thev think that there should be another candidate for Premiership." The signatories of the statement included Mayor Abba Khoushy of Haifa, Moshe Dayan, Mayor Mordechai surKiss of Kfar Saba. Hillel ('• hen, general manager of Solel Boneh. and a number of others. Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres and Development Minister Yosef Almogi. who are known to be siding with Ben-Gurion, were not among those who signed the statement, ood President Mrs. Morris E. Greene accopts leader:• of 700-member Temple Israel Auxiliary at installation dance Sunday night at Duponl Plaza Hotel. Awa.tinq .:. during ceremonies are Paul Barnett (center!. Men's It at, and Scin Luby, Sr., president of the con)n. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiiitual leader o: the Reform i ongiegation, who was honored 01 :h anniver.:. '.lie rabbinate, is shown seated. lie nple Israel in Tribute to Dr. Narot; Congregation Makes Gift of Trip to Israel paid tribi -i I>M !; v %  %  • h IHI ') thr •• .•the highlight ol Tern1 • s in Seminary Makes [Top Citations By Special Report Yoi ^ IS (IK mt Court rhui Marshall and Don. lent ainl executite American Etecl'"wer Company, were award-, i-lKTt H. Lehman Medal i wish Theological SeminVmerica at a dinner Sunday Hotel Pierre here. Marshall and Cook were listiltgulshed exemplars ancient Jewish quest for • I moral truths by which 10 ild live." %  nored were eight Jewish [ A ho received the Semin• V %  • O minunity Service for "distinctive and con-1 Ice t>> the community I %  ':: .kelstein ami Bl It \ Sarnoff conferred .ii \I e <1 I upon Judge nd Cook The Commun • Award was conferred i:n and Associate I Goldberg, ..i the %  ion me C nut, who ihe audience briefly GbbsteT wers ITrVIENTS hfl- ^.T BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH %  •: Of *AT>q|Hb imcnunit) ami in hi Ameru an rab linnte. Past President William D. Singer presented a gift to Dr. and Mrs. Narot of a trip to Israel and Europe on behalf of the congregation. installation ceremonies for officers and boards of the congreganation. Sisterhood arid Men's Club were conducted by Kabbi San ford Seltzer, regional director oi the Union of American Hebrew Conu et:ations. Sam Luby Sr was installed as president of the 44 >ear-old Heiorm congregation. Sirs. Morris K. Greene, Sisterhood; and Paul Barnett. Men's Club. Chairman of the evening was Mrs Leopold L Schwartz, a member of the Board of Trustees When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE!! K •"! ze apartments free rentral air conditioning a: d hea'mg large private terraces ... all •• I closets ultra-modern ki'chens and bathroc When they tell you the location is wonderful COM PARK! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten "-inutes takes yon west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne and north to 79th Street. We're r.ght below the 36th St expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — valet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best < OMI'Altl 3! Olympic-size swimming pool tennis courts — shuffieboard courts — 18-hole putting green — boat dock and fishing pier — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! $ 131 only I 4# I 'onthly for DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS Also One and Two Bedroom Apartments Available PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! %  i Rental Apartments ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N E 33ri ST MIAMI. FLBUM-rH.fi 3 3103



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    "•age 14-A knist ncridHcur Friday, May 21, 1965 f Write as f Please By CARL ALPERT Neighbors Get to Know One Another Via Dispute 11;. li.i AN I > l 'a ell *^ l a ni i I > gets 11' know nneighbors [a more intimately than do urban dwellers al. most an y when else. The rOMOR is the economic en tity known as the cooperative apa rtm ent house. The great majority Of Israel's multiple dwelling units are cooperative (condominiums), and each fam11> owns itown flat Certain common interests, such as main tenance of the Harden, common Utilities, joint repairs, make it necessary to set up a procedure lor coo p er a tive operations, and tinis provided for under ,i special law ol the Stale ot Israel. The law was passed in IM1, and it sets forth the exact procedure for registry of a cooper ative house, management of the common property, settlement ot disputes, allocation of taxes and other problems that are apt to ai ise There are two chief institu tions which serve as the media for implementation of the pro gram One is the House Com nutlee. the other the annual meeting of the householders. Where the Israeli really gets to know his neighbors at their best — and their worst — is at the annual meetings. The occurrences at such meetings are usually the talk ol the neighbor. hood for weeks thereafter, and rare indeed is the cooperative house which does not have its share of experiences like the follow iriL:. more or less Neighbor A is net in attend ance, He has demonstratively remained avvav as a protest .mainst the committee's failure to have the top steps impaired near his apartment However, after about thirty minutes ol deliberations, he storms into the assembly reminding one and all that the windows are open, ami he has heard his name being bandied about. He won't stand for defamation Neighbor R Bays nothing when the treasurer reports that certain of the co-owners have not paid their dues for months. but when pressed, lie admits that he will n.it pay until the gardener puts a rose bush undei his kitchen window as Inhas foe the flat-owner on the other side of the house. Neighbor C protests that the yard is being used as a thoroughfare by children who crik-s through it to the next street He wants a high fence, with barbed wire, put up to prevent the traffic. There is the question of imposing an additional one tune contribution on each Hat-owner to finance some major repairs OiniMl Snnfl'wht: B MHTON FRIEDMAN On Sweeping the Evidence I nder the Rug Wa T HE STATE DEPARTMENT iattempting l< eep under the rug a manlier ol reports o Egyptiai >< : ; %  gas ang cl a] ivarfan p:,: The Department is a wan oi mounting evidence that Egyptian forces havi ISI chemica fare in Yemen later reports describe the sup ply oi toxic as ani is masks bj Egypt to Iraq for use against the Kurds Recenl Egyptian Arm} maneuvers involved training and experimentation with chemical warfare It is known thai former Gem an \: n %  i i K| Pits have been in Cairo .,• h ic; advisers Panorama: This escalation ol weapons of mass destruction .. %  iron President Nasser's desperate search for super-weapons His expensive missile research pro duced tlnnl rate missiles with primitive guidance systems The Egyptian ground-to-ground missiles are considered by i S military observers .is no better than the "V" type rockets Hitler flung against England in the closing days ol World War ll Nasser's deteriorating economic situation brings Egypt closer to desperate military moves Hidream is that expansion and seizure ol neighboring assets will solve the dilemma oi Egypt's pop illation explosion and a crumbling economy By DAVID SCHWARTZ About the Common Sense of a Horse THERE IS .. A way to learn He brew >r. ratl er I si ild say one • pick up a bit "I a Hebrew vocabu al about \ — by in-' following the nsta ce. in the v Daily News Aqueduct listings, en c c; 1 esel In the Seg< I ..:• %  Israel's i. %  ans \ Yi I sh I rse too as et ed < illed >ehr Nedik." they should I I %  • While t 1 i\e Jewish names thej are ol rse not J sh I rses k in the before the ir Straus, then American ssador to Turkey, went ith Ins horse I i a fashionable resort which discrimin ainsl .' %  aid ol reji ctn so en inent a pei -< n Straus, tin ivi discourage his further pa onage, by presenting him with an excessive lull on his partgre. Mr. Straus looked at the bill "I can understand ." he %  id. win you make this exorbitant charge for me But hv do you charge so much for my horse' He isn't Jew h'." Horses are non-denominational Disraeli once said 11 sensible people havi some religion What is it he was asked Sensible people don't tell, replied Disraeli Horses it they have any religious beliefs, don't tell, eithei when the first Jewish colonies were boin estab lished the settlerprided themselves on their horseman ship As late as thirty, years back, Mayor Diesel v •. use.! to comi down to the City Hall on Ins w horse 1 can remember then \ >itin the Jewish settle •and being told confidentially by a • i i that he hi •' out m a love affair because his cho m %  M ho was a better hot seman A ii, look romantic on a horse no man looked as jood on a ; '%  as W perhaps, u the full truth were known, that played itin the emergi n< e ol V. ashii hip It you tell %  Ji w he is il j %  u I".-' he is not flattt red Jew ha\ % %  n for the 1^ ot a horse However, in th< world, to say ol a person thai % %  lias hon sense compliment him One ol the television -hows regularly pictun horse who seen;to -pout a Superior kind ol WIS dom 1 have no doubt that ultimately we shall !ia\e t give hor-es the vote At present, while a dark hois, run for President, he is ineligible to vote In the early days ol ancient Israe horses soeiated with war The Egyptians pur-' i Israelites had horses, but not the Israelites Later Solomon it ed man) horses and they became quite M In Talmudic times the\ were esteemed Foreign News tetter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Force Behind Nasser's \\ rath Jerusalem "THOUSANDS OF EGYPTIAN studental icki I thi Tunisian mb< I--. i! %  also stormed the mm' ol the Tunisian Ambassador mashed the windows gate and th< ii wa) into the ouse. set fire to furniture Eye itnesses said %  did not ntervene until this point The above is taken from a ress i. port lescribing the "spontaneous" demonstra ions m Cairo B jainsl Tunisia's President Bourguiba while anti-Bourguiba demonstratloni took place also l some other Arab capitals, none matched the lead proided b) Cairo Indeed, Mr Natter's wrath knew no oUnds. He even refuted to receive the Tunisian Ambas ador who had arrived from Tunis with | special pel • onal message from Bourguiba What was Mr Bourguiba's unforgivable "crime"' in is statements he had irged the settlement ol the "Paletine problem b) means of negotiations baaed on the 1947 partition boundaries and the return to Israel Ol \: ai> refui et w hv should tins have so aroused Mr Nasser" M.iA he not been telling Washington officials and visitors exactl) the same thii Had he noi been reas suring them that all he wanted was "pet that nothing was so remote from his • ,,. war'' The vehemence and the violenci \ .-. % %  %  reaction to Bourguiba's statements did nol surprise to those who had not I n willing I • ind in self-delusion and wishful thinking, It surprised nob lure in Israel, where there is vers little doubt as to Nasser's real aim and hence as to where Mi Bour guiba s • crime" lies in the fact that he had di the aim ol the annihilation of Israel" as unrealistic thai he did not accept n .,. the only road to be followed it is this thai so aroused Mr Natter's wrath indeed ii is this point that stands out in the vehemence that overtook Cairo and which should pass "unnoticed by all those who for years have been trj vince themselves and convince Israel, ol \ ai factor ot moderation and stability ii The State Department dreams stili oi an American relationship with Nasser as a key to Anieri. an identification with emerging Arab power fai tors The Department is uncomfortable ovei velopments ol the United Arab Command and t i emerging Egyptian military relationship \ ith lra


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    r n day. May 21. 1965 Uniitnvriarinr Paqe 15-A |P v .id fax KK IRKS 1 JV JB 9^ ^^r IB |^Mb j^H Jewish N rtional Fund of Greater Miami presents special CerI Merit to outstanding workers at the organization's recent annual Award Night. Standing (left to right) are Peter Hellei. Leon I. Ell, Ezra Finegold. Max Aftachiner, Julius Rosen%  Hecht. Max Hecht, Mrs. Leah Notkin, Mrs. Selma BermG". lohan Berman. HaiTy Feldman, Benjamin Appe! and Son Sciiachno. Seated (left to right) are David Stein. Esther Garbri Clara Mason. Edna Rosenstein. Diane Affachiner, Rose Lustig and Miriam Press. Not shown are Eva Blum. William Bornstein, Mrs. David Dogoloff. Jacob Fishman. Abraham Fraidhn. Mayshie Friedberg, Lillian Goodman, Beulah Davis. Abraham Grunhut. Sarah Jurkowitz. Bernard Katz, Sylvia Meyers. Moms Minov, Rarry Rosen, and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. Speaker was Lester Blickstein, national director of the organization in New York. Guest artist was Nina Diamond, accompanied at the piano by Olga Bibor Stern. Beachite Off To Maccabiah Next Aug. 23-31 lerbill I Diversity i u R nald Evai • ireen i t 5010 > Rd Miami Beach, has bet named .1 member ol the 15-mai d States Maccabia Games Basketball squad, The seventh World Maecabii Gam w ill 1 aged in Tel Avi Israel, iron; Aim. 2:! to 31, with ti am ol mme 175 to 200 1 nit* States athletes in competition. The United States ia the deien ins chaani l< n in Maccabiah baskt ball and. like the U. S. Olymp Team, has never lost a game. TI l S captured the 1961 champiO ship by defeating host Israel in th final game Birch Society Membership is Doubling Conhnued from Page 1-A 1 tional districts through in under Robert Welch's • mals that ambition h %  that the Society Dr Slaw "the new re%  1 %  1 is aimed at tlmse I i S t r ic t S w here iiir Society can in lUtcome f further The Committee head referred 'o i recent meeting at the end of A p t 1 I, in Chicago, which brought together Birch leaders irh other right-wing extremists to enplore the possibilities of c-qjniting a third party." • come "i" the. %  .1! .11 lion." Dr. • irou h extensn e tivities which Insignificant advances and organization" An average of TO to urn meetings are sponsored nightly for new members throughout the countrj. offices have expanded from Belmont, Mass and San Francisco to new branches in Chicago, Washing ton, White Plains, Houston and s.ui Mateo Calif.; the professional stafi has quadrupled in lour years, and the •''•( k l> payroll has doubled liom 115.000 to S30.000 within the year; hundreds of volunteers rerve .1section leaders through out tlte countr) laganda efforts have inten sified the point % %  here two major publishing enterprises turn out books, arti< les, pamphlets stick i 1 and miscellaneous literature. > 11 Idinfi an Income of about I 000 per •* eek. During the month of April, its speakers' bureau scheduled more than 70 appearances for its spokesmen in 25 states. 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UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Function* ing frequency their message public. in order to bring to the American W t 1 ) all tingrowth and activi ty, the Birth program -till shapes up, Dr Slawson said, "as a crazy quilt of violent colors" with such favorite ideologies as impeach Earl Warren, get the is out <>f the UN. abolish foreign aid, ex i'i se the Civil Rights movement as fi iud repeal the Federal income t.i\. save America from bhe Com munist 11 nspiracj %  Thihodge podge ol extremist pi sitions ipn sented foi c nsumption in .1 well financed and efficient operation fired bj fanatical zeal." Dr Slav son lid '1 he real aim %  to undermine confidei e in : .1 ic institutions to para lyze thi 'ii n -i ratic process Dr Slawson recalled that Rob lit Welch ha> defined democracy as "merelj ;i deceptive phrase, a neapon of demagoguery, and a perennial fraud" This view, hiMini is reflected In the Society it -ell whu-h "Is inherently as well .ioutwardty anti-democratic." its inner structure based on the Fuhrei principle. Dr. Slawson charged that the Birch Society "renounces open discussion and legitimate debate as a means of resolving controversial issues, resorting instead to such tactics as character assassination and rumor mongering." • i %  I i .itinlisti : up n which employs p imt Wets, films, %  ments ot ..I papens Extensive recruiting by the Birch Society in local police departments has drawn widespread attention as ; %  source ol special concern Reports have revealed that police officers in Philadelphia, Trenton Newark, Houston and Santa Ana. California, have been identified as John Birch Societ) members Officials ii the Birch Society claim that all the nation'major cities have Birch members in their police de part ments. In one city, Trenton, police ot filialhave attempted to indoc t. inate 'henmen w I t Ii Birch i ropagan la In another city, Santa Ana. a reign of terror was a EI oup of his men u ho had formed a Birch Si i i'. police cell, and were bent on dislodging him. KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co-Owner GREATEST VALUE EVER! \ retail outlets — S.T MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 Complete DINNERS from $1.25 Wr Also Have A Complete T.ike Out Menu Of IN 3 fo ?0 P.M. SUNDAY T to 9 P.M. Closed Tuesday) 100 AIR CONDITIONS DADE CAFETERIA GOOD FOOD FAST <^ERV Cr ONABLE PRICES Featuring "LUNCHEONS" for Business Men and Women Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. 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    •.; Mr*. Stuart Gordon qet a warm response from Rabbi ; %  • R. Narot, of Temple Israel, as they congratulate him :h year in the rabbinate at a dinner dance Sunday the Dupont Plaza Hotel. (See "Charmingly Yours, 10-B). lfadeis ol the ^outhpastern Florida Reqion of Worn" .• rican ORT will atend the eighth annual plant :e Wednesday ut the Roney Plaza Hctel. Shown are M a Y: hmon and Mis. Bernard Hcffenbero, chai:-LO have announced that registration will be at 9:15 ved immediately by brunch. Mrs. Florence Kupperjion president, will give the keynote address. : %  • : IT J ..chim it, \mer i:.i! b ira > i, • %  : .. re :.,-t Sunthose greeting nn; guest ( honor Mrs i us B RudPhi L? T '. li Wil: le a Ra Krormh Dr a d M R. Max \ b Rifkin, Mr and K. plan Eva Blum, B rman, and \ f/l< 'W> ovnan s UJorlct '"dfewisli Florxdilani Miami, Florida, Friday, May 21, 1965 Section B MUSICAL WILL BE FEATURED AJCong. Women Donor Sunday Annual donor event for the Mi ami Women's Divisi n, American Jewish Congress, will take place Sundaj. 7 p m., at the Deauville llotel. Mrs Irving Kaplan fund-raising chairman rf Women's Division, announces that this concluding dinner will lecture the musical, "Call \, Mai I n.," m A ., ;> ai ing al tlie Deat villc Hotel. Monii i r ised by he Women': ; ii\ision support the work ol the l ii,-i' Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, Members ol the c mnittee work ing with Mrs Kaplan arc Mis dames Leonar I Sidersky, president of Hisca.Mii' Chapter; Sy Reese, Sylvia Brown, Helen Dudell, vice i i sidents; Sylvia silvers, pre-' dent, .lus. me Chapter, Royal Jonas and Ethel Wolk, vice presidents. Josephine Albuquerque, president Louise Wise Chapter, Marj s Ce hen. executive vice president, U u is Cohen, Sam Herder, Anne White vici presidents; Lillian Reiss, Ruth rtin, Jeani tte Gold and Benjamin Kamen, Miami Chapter, Par li ip. mts in t h e affair are Biscayne Chapter, Mesdames Leonard Sidersky, Sj Reese, Rose Greek, William Brown; Louise Wise Chapter. Mesdames Joseph Albuquerque, Hyman Bashkes, lidor Bauni, Mary S. Cohen, Lillian 1. i hen. Hannah Grossman, Hear? Hersch, Betty Kressfield, Morris Raymer, Morris Colton, Josi >h white. Sai Herder; Miami Chapter, Mr-dames Bese Aronoff. Belle Drosd, Ceil Greenberg, A n n e Heideni Benjamin Kamen. Irving Quartin, Norman Russ, Samuel Koscnst-in, Isidor Rubin, Alfred Rubenst l.i C Steinberg, Jeani tte SI Fred Wei -. Justine Chapter, Mesdames vej E Kramer, Harold Drul Irving Kapli n. Ji via silvers. Irving Westin, I> d Muskat Guests will be Rabbi and Leon Kroniah. Mr and Mrs Jo-< ph l Yanich, Mr and Mrs Bernbardt Chesman, THE COLOR FOR SIMMER: white THE BAG: corde' bead THE LOOK-, dazzling B) (0 Puerto Rico. '.'•' iey Muriel RichBi ma rd Kartan) • ti up i i %  weak with d drove w men iation of New York Mrs Kartan will be | nit meeting ol Vmeri in Bar and • tl % %  \• : „n Bar As S in ii n next week (invention bound tad) be back here in ttend -till anothei thering M naggi i the annual SA3EL GSCVE Bai Vssociation, largest in the world, and (he Ni ation ei \\ i f eeti S to 7 pi turn i hairman for tin ler group is lo< alite Vnna I %  er \i> yi rs, now traveling in far j pit u 11 ti husband Bi n Full: Ilia a long time ro (he Meyers an • %  %  •'•,, %  i ith Pacific Islands, none land* of Tahiti. B ra and Fiji Continun their journey, Anna ill be ., idri s. Mi mi Beachite AM.m i armel attending the State Pharmaceuti < al Convention at the Americana ||,,tel Sen [ Mr and Mrs, William CarrneJ, BM B3rd SI Al Ian, an alumnus "f Mie Universitj ol Miami, will graduate from i i'i r (his summer He has I as legis! itivi < uncil n > :,.-,', • • e colli ge and Continued on Page 5-B %  w-..—_V.^ .x.: 1 ^-.._^. v ....... X .•jjv •f Summers in the air, and our day-to-night handbags are such tropical compliments to your ensembles! The permanence of the beads is guaranteed; each is lined. Choose the facile clutch, cabachon set frame, triple frame. White chalk or white crystal. $5 to 10 98 han.1 OWN M AVU ,al all 6 bvd net itoret) BU'RDINE'S



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    Page 2-B -Jewlsti ntrlHir Friday May 21. 1965 Kinneret Chapter Installation Set Officers of the South Florida Council of Presidents of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital were installed Sunday al the Algiers Hotel. Dr. Sanford Ziff was installing officer. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. Breath of Life Chapter, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert Herbert. Peshkin Chapter, vice president, public relations; Mrs. Irving Miller, Breath of Life Chapter, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ernest Harris, Lorber Chapter vice president, ways and means; Mrs. Albert Dubler, Breath of Life Chapter, treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. Miami Beach Chapter, chaplain, Dr. Ziff; Mrs. Gerald Klugerman. Lorber Chapter, president of Council. Star Joan Fontaine to be Commentator At Hadassah-lsrael Fashion Festival MrVat Barth president of the picture actress and star <>f stage Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas and television, will be among the and Mrs Fred Jonas, chairfeature highlights of the luncheon il the Uadassah Israel 17th program rears luncheon, this wok ced thai Joan Fontaine, •!!% Award-winning motion i Ben-Ari is emerging as one of Israel's most gifted young designers. This turcuoise suit of mohair and wool, trimmed with mink by Stefan Braun, is part of the Givenchy-Israel Fashion Festival to be seen Monday at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Uadassah Israel anniversary lunchei ii ill t;k• %  plat < %  Mon ii„\ in i 1 %  Ballroom ••: the i • taini i'.' i Hotel A chai agne reception ;i Paris designer Hubert de Givenchj and the leading designers of Israel. It will be at this evenl that the Woman of Valor Award will be presented to Mrs. Irving I.ehrman. wife of the spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, in recogni turn of her "'exemplary service on behalf of the faith of Israel, the People of Israel and the land of Israel ." The award will be presented bj Shimon Yallon. consul general ol Israel for Southeastern United Si es Lillian Go dman, chairman of Hi dassah Isr: el luncheons lor the rs, ill re. i i\ the Isra Boi I i 'ha irman ol I '< %  i ignition ol her l< ip in %  I inre ine\ ents not onlj lo< ;i Ij but on ational level." Presidents ol all 17 groups ol tin Miami Beach Chapter ol Ha dassah w ill 11 cei\ > %  Set oils ol Honor for tin ir role lr these achievi ments possil Receh ing Scrolls w ill be the Mesdames Joseph Epstein, Baj ;04N fONTAINl Harbor: Samuel Curtis, Bernard i.ipson. Elizabeth Steinbach, Brandeis: Charles Gertler, Herbert Gutman, Esther Levitt, Deborah. Hattie Safir, Esther; Max Affa chiner, I, It Goodman; Milton Weinberg, Hertl; .1 oseph Meyer, Israeli; Jack Wolf stein, Emi I azaru! En anuel Mentz, Morton Tower-. Sherman Fast Renanah; Sylvia Kurland. Hanna Senesch: Michael i i Shalon li Greenly 11 Hem i< Man lintus Sti phi i S M s Felli Fort Miss Font aim in mi i the Stati of 1 a< oi tl ifter an > -i\e sta; in whu many areas Israel levi iiieiit. Miss Foi ecai terested in itecono Kinneret Chapter, M zrachi v ,,:,., n's :; n "' America, v HI hold its annual installation ol officers an I donor lu i i tn on of in. Bis cay n< Hotel on Su Thami 1< r the day. Hands Across tin Sea." is in honor of members who have supported .Mi/ rachi proji cts in i-ia> I MrAlfred Stone, Southeastern coordinator ol Miwaihi Women. will install Mrs Theodore Sako witz tor .i second term apresident. Other officers are Mrs Donald Schrager Mrs Arthur Roth, Mrs Morris Sokol. vice presidents: Mrs. Max Nuhomovie. treasurer; Mrs Shoshana Slate To be Installed Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'riUl Women, will hold its installation of officers Tuesday evening at the Martinique Hotel. Ansel Wittenstein. president. Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rilh Lodges, will install the following: President, Mrs Hazel Daniels: vice president-. Mrs Gerald Mar cus. Mr.lack Lamport, Mrs John Reich, Mrs Kin Garret; treasurer, Mrs Wick Bock: secretaries, Mrs Jack Goldrich. Mrs Buddj Aronson, Mrs Julian Nacron; Guard ian. Mrs Sidney Schlesser; sen tmel. Mrs D.m Schocken; his in. Mi I." hard Salomon, al musical skil to •Fiddler on the Roof, written and directed by Mrs Sidm Sen les-er. will be presented T Summer Social Season Summer MX :.il season •!' the G i ati r Mian i "> MHA !< U under way M.,> 29 with .i c*i din, tier dance I the recentlj ai quired recreational center on the Trail at 85th Ave Musical stage star Napoieon Reed heads the entertainment bill lined up i>\ special Events Chairman Leonard Luna. An entertain ing pickpocket, Prince Kara, and ,i sister dan e team, the Hamilton Twins, round out the evening's act The George Newmans, ol Southwest Miami, are co-chairmen (or [he event, expected to attract some 300 couples to the giant YMHA facility Ticket Chairmen Fred and Irene i >;n ha> e c o m e up w ith %  top e an expense paid : i in N Mr: Denmark and Mrs Mi Jack Kat/mai Bi %  t< r, M Mi %  MiHi ielb Mrs Harold Zi Highlight ol aril sentation of a war • foi IDg -' I 1 ice 10 -.,111/ I ntertainnti i 111 Mrs Murr rioretsk; who has appear) locall; i BM als. accompai %  d by M i Ball. Mrs Nathan Miller is cha of the day. Committee n i are MestiameIr in Blot I ard Gelbart, Martin Hirseh. \ %  Schwartz, and Miss Esta Ka ii Bi Pot Roast? JJlUrr* S OflfInsJ Cil*rki h— xxftlno IcosYierz FRANKFURTERS ITJDS PURE BEEF tdut&xflLzluq, juicy CULCL Kas'i prominent Or fod. • I Rabb a."J two • U. 8. 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    Friday May 21. 1965 +Je*lstnorkllar I Paqe 3-B Beth Torch Graduates 63 %  %  • illation of B'nai B'rith Harmony Chap• the Roney Plaza the tollowinq momre installed. Standinq (left to riqht 1 Sidney Teper, trustee; Mrs. Harvey telson parliamentarian; Mrs. Marv rdinq secretciy; Mrs. Jeanne Feldtrustee; Mrs. Jack Dernis. outqoinq presiMrs. fack Cohen, inconiinq president; Henrietta Fine, membership vice presichairman of the day; Mrs. Irvinq tee, and co-chairman of the dav; Mrs. Florence Lederman. financial secretary, Ann Rubinger. historian. Seated Heft to right are Mrs. Saul M. Jarrett, proqram vice president; Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, District 5 •" X and installing officer: Mrs. MHton Sack^tt correspondinq secretary: Mrs. Sam Rosenthal, treasurer; Mr?.. Georqe Ginsberq. rtlnq v, ys and means vice president; Mrs Esther Schwartz, guardian. Not shown is Ruth Washton, sentinel. Sixty-l e< tud ipate In th lal ion ex< n I rah Religio is Scl morning. Ge r i K n of the Educal ional • mittee announi largest in the h Beth Torah, pr< senti d • %  Israel — Land ol ll"i nd held an exhibit ol the i esearcli papers ai i Is made l>> ei —111< i-• • | irl ol their graduation requirements Instructors ol thi group are Mrs l>;ivif i h e con rei ation, v el %  omed the I raduatesi end Kutzman distrrbat diplomas, with Rabbi Max A Lipschitz charging the graduates an S ti HJI I %  I %  %  %  %  11 A %  /. 1 %  Airs. Yatchie Cited Mrs R o e Yatchie, 1955 Bay Dr Miami Bea< h, is i ece i i Chivalry Pin" for outstan work for charity Sunshine Rebekah Lodj e i Ited hei >rl done during the pas) 15 >pars al 11 i monies ;it the Sheriton Hotel Ft. Lauderdale last Sundax WIN WITH YUBAN ENTER SWEEPSTAKES AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE SEE RULES BELOW m Q THANKSGIVING DAY TO THE 12 DAYS FOR 2 ON THE THE 25,000-TON FLAGSHIP OF THE ZIM LINES A luxury floating resort-10 decks, 3 dance orchestras, 3 swimming pools, gymnasium, sauna baths, pre-release movies, expert cruise staff. Your own cabin with private facilities and all cruise activities. You'll sail from New York and go ashore in colorful Caribbean ports-for the time of your lifel j t y^ •••• • •••••••••• % %  • • • %  •• %  • %  • • %  • • • %  %  • • • "' (7>_> 11 \ I ••••••• ••• a •>,... QQ •• •••••••• FREE BOOKLET WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN Did you know that Democracy was a gift from the Bible—that the 12 Tribes of Israel lived] under the world's first constitutional govern•' This fascinating booklet for children as IS adults, tells the stirring story of the 12 Tribes of Israel — f rom their origin to the time when ten of them were "lost" to history. K on %  means Kosher, Cert" t •i Kohnand Be rd Levy. The premium coffee of" Is SWEEPSTAKES RULES blank or write your name and address clearly on a plain piece of paper. 2. Enclose your entry in an envelope with one inner seal from any jar of Instant Yuban or With the word YUBAN printed in plain block letters on a plain piece of paper, 2 V x 3", and and then mail to: YUBAN, Dept. 0, RO. Box 3700 Grand Central Station New York, N.Y. 10017 3. You may enter as often as you wish, but each entry must be mailed in a separate envelope. < All entries must be postmarked not later than midnight, June 30, 1965 end received not later than July 16. 1965. 5. Winner of prize described above will be selected by blindfold drawing on July 19. 1965 and w II be promptly notified by mail and given a choice of cruise dates scheduled by the S.S. Shalom. Transportation to New York pier and other expenses not included. 6. Sweepstakes Is open to at! residents of V-s United States except in Florida, Missouri and Wisconsin, and employees of General Foods Corporation, Its subsidiaries, its advertising agencies, the judging staff, and their families. 7. Any liability for federal, state, and local taxes will be the responsibility of the winner. 8. No purcheee necessary to enter. AT YOUR STORE However, if booklets are not available at your storeEnclose Instant Yuban label with request and address to*



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    Page 4-B +Je*isfi ncrkttor Friday, May 21. 1965 I Coral Chapter of American Medical Center at Denver held its tenth annual doncr luncheon recently at the Algiers Hotel, with some 250 guests attending. Seated deft to right) are Mrs. Rose Levy Berg, organizer; Mrs. David 3<=ndell. immediate past president; Mrs. Jules Weston president; Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, past president; Mrs. Jack Gordon, honorary president. Standing are Mrs. Max Bcqner. vice i<:. Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg, vice president; Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, vice president, Mrs. Paul Ettinger, chaplain. Entertainment was by Bob Novack and Miss Carole Taran. Presentations included 65 Award Pins and Jewels tc members for funds raised during the year, which will be used for cancer research and free patient care. Chairmmen of the luncheon were Mrs. Joseph Nuienberg and Mrs. Irving RubinsU Planning Mizrachi Women's Youth Aliyah brunch at the Lombardy Hotel on May 25 are (left to right) Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Capt. Leo Gardner, of El Al Israel Airlines, host for the day, and Mrs. Mack Acklesburg. Mizrachi Women Plan Brunch For Youth Aliyah Dade County women are BUDAliyah. which has brought more Capt. I-eo Gardner, of Kl Al Is porting educational and social welthan 10.000 children to Israel from rac l Airlines, is hosting th< Wife of High Court Justice Accepts Award By Special Report Mrs. Arthur J. Goldberg, wife of the United Slates Supreme Court Justice, was named "Woman of the Year" at the third annual Award Luncheon of the New York Women's League for Eflstadrut Scholarships held last week at the Hotel Pierre. Five-hundred women paid tribute to Mrs Goldberg, in whose honor the league announced the establish. %  r-'iit of a perpetual scholarship within the framework of the Hista Irul Scholarship Fund. The $2,500 endowment will be the source of annual scholarships for needy youngsters id the vocational high schools >; Israel. in accepting the citation from Mrs. Emil Schlesingcr. luncheon chairman. Mrs Goldberg drew attention to 'he fact that "the Israeli war on povertj and the American v..;on p verty are a part of Ihe fforl to bring justi e to all i habitants oi the laud Stating thai the United States and i-r. are both ledicated to peace, to freedom and to the at hievement ci pol cri' •• Mrs Gold erg sai i "This description surely %  • the i nti II %  ion madi by His it, the la ition. to I : For H thi force in Isi i %  ij winch is mainlj n o r t h e i uhii pel f tin : •. the 1 %  • i %  pioi %  re : i other i • %  terac; t and the povert> i the mind which environmental po\ ertj I he nal •i • %  reset Men pnl of I he .ii • thai man} of them were op e I and kept in i and privation — particularly in the Oriental countries required Israel to use all conci \ ices to com'. a: tindeprn ation Mrs. Jennie Groasinger, League pn lident, Mrs. Arthur Ruben, board chairman, and Mrs Sylvia Bloom addressed the luncheon, which is a major function of the roup dedicated to raising funds for vocational training scholarships in Israel. tare work 6.000 miles away which may have a profound effect on progress undertaken in the war on poverty in this countrj. Members of the seven chapters in Greater Miami of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of Amerii a holding their annual Youth Aliyah Brunch, on May 25 ir; th< Lombardy Hotel, see a close connection between their efforts for Israels newcomers and undervileged youth a n d President Johnson's drive toward the Great iety. The e ained by Youth forKashruth for Quality Me Perfect Salt for Koshering all your meat and fowl countries all over the world, wil be drawn upon by the anti poverty campaign. Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of the May 25 brunch. reported here this week. Zion Women To be Installed Rahbi Alfred Waxman will inStall Temple Zion Sister).nod offi cers during services Fridaj evening Mrs Sidney Goldbaum, incoming president, will accept the gavel from immediate past presi dent, Mrs. Henry Shapiro. Executive Board members to be in-tailed are Mrs G< Klein Mrs Leonard Yesner, Mrs Ben stone. Mrs. Joseph Ro Mr> Ben Block, vice presidi Mrs Norman Burman, Mrs man Potash. Mrs. Leonard Laiken, secretary; Mrs. Max Pawli treasurer. brunch, and will discuss the Israeli scene. The seven local Mizrachi Worn en's chapters participating are Miami Beach Chapter. Mrs Ra chel Kati Laufer president; Hatik vah Chapter. Mrs. Julius R n Stein, president; Dov Chapter. Mrs Louis Tokaper. pics, dent: Hadar Chapter. Mrs. Daniel Zalis. Mrs Morris Bicky. MrBernard Diener, Aviva chapter Mrs Isaac Berlin, president; presidium; Kinnerei Chapter, Mrs Theodore Sakowitz, president; and Batya chapter. Mrs. Jonah Caplan, president Admission to the Yo ith bi in., i. slati. ; tor i m., i~ by a dime bank or its %  All proceeds will tx sent to without reduction. A musical serenade at Les Violins Cub pro-.the settinq for a 5Cth ansary party honennq Mr. Mts. Dcvid Heinsius, of 12< NE l?6th St., No. Miami. Sky-Lake Maps Get-Together Sky Lake i ampwill h pre camp el together on lo 4 p m in the Cat aliei <>i the Deauville Ii I lire toi Iri Sti innv ... is a n o t h i i sen i< resid r.rdi %  tors %  •... i in lean i Oiamond Crystal Sail Company Suburban League Bowling Banquet Annual bowling banquet of the irban League will be held on Saturday. 7 p.m.. at King's Bay Yacht and Country Club, it was announced by President Mrs. Alan Hertz Winter League winners will receive their awards at ceremonies in the Continental Boom. Members of Suburban L work as volunteers ^t Variety Chil dren's Hospital and raise hinds to pTOI diCSl care for tWO can cer patients KOSHER M0RRIS0rVSCH!FF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD M|AM| BEACH Phone 531-6811 letter Carriers' Bard I si -.. | ..-.. ... ,, i i • : am res lc i-;i Home for the A day. May 30, Memori p m Edward Gai conduct the band. Beth El Ladies To be Installed Sisterhood oi Beth Kl will hold a Parents Da) installation dinner %  IJ al Dora August Auditori u m To be installed are president, Mrs Jack Shapiro, in-t M. • %  president, Mrs Max ftappaport; %  • esident, Mrs R ise Sic Mrs %  i\ a Cohen; ( om '" Klein; Rubin Blausl final %  j of sun-'. N I Mrs. S&m Phil. i, Mrs Sol A. and : n Mrs S ii "Simmered tutto-di-giorno ta'am!" Chef Boy Ar-Dee uses 3 English. Italian and J< you that his brand new "Simmeied all-day f IW CHEFBOYARCEEMEATLESS SPAGHEni SAUCE So rich in flavor, you'd I cooked it all day Who else I Boy-Ar-Dee cou:d Cftl haimische ta'am in J sauce-home grc. onions and spices, I the Italian touch of pu


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    Friday. May 21, 1965 +Jelsti rtrrirfi'tr Paqe 5-B Socialite ... by sjfsabel Cj Continued from Page IB f the •( ho !'student ation up on news of his and two sisters, Allan i thai Jerry, a senior in B< ,.ih High, who is servident ')i Quill a n d itional Honor Sott S< .'I Journalists, lenl oi int.Tact Sen ice linn red by the club last at an installation dinner H rosewood Inscribed gav: esented to him imitation manager for Embryo Magazine, ,i trip to New York for thi most copies He served M executive editor year lunik ... He plans ei the University of Florida fall as a I reined stllmra Carmel, now in the -MIL; department of the Herald, attended Hie Unity oi Miami and Dade Junior • e and will receive a degree Ivertising and public reluin June T< en ager of the family, Linda. sel her heart on being an Iress To that end. she will Joint Installation At B'nai Sholom pie B'nai Sholom will hold I insallation of Temple and • sterhood officers on Saturday. !• m at the Temple. r of North Miami Beach. Snyder, will install officers • he t-oming year: le president, Judd Merl; presidents, Sidney Schultz, d '"Buddy" Greenfield; re. secretary, Hytnan Fishfinancial secretary, Mrs man Benstock; corresponding retarj Gene Rosenberg; treasBob Oppenfaeim; board memMrs Miriam Walper. Sam hieti loseph Saperstein, Seymour Cal Lester, Al Goodman, A iner. ITS i f the Sistei hood are Mrs. Charles Persell presidents, Mrs Louis Mrs. Nathan Elkes, Mrs Philips; treasurer. Mr-. % %  • %  '!. recording secretary in Kaj; corresponding Mrs Hohert Baum; fi secretary Mrs. Mike Wein m< mbers, Mrs. Harry Mrs Irving Broner, Mrs • in, Mrs Miriam WalI ei berl Zuker. B "> hrael Congregati ion attend a drama school this fall m addition to her courses at Nautilus Junior Huh A happy thought fi r Leo Steinman t (i c a i i j with h i m BS I u i s u >• s his ti n trip to the Middle East e endowed a two-patient room and signed a pledge for an annual donation for life to Variety Children'* I' 'al Underprh iliged kids in South Dade County have Leo, a member of Variety Club, to thank for the rwimming po they enjoy — he helped build it Before heading tor Denver, where they'll spend the summer. Mr and MrJulius M. Bitter will stop .n Jacksonville to visit with family of daughter Marilyn (Mrs, Kill .1 Kl( in. formerly of Surl side And they'll be there in time for commencement exercises Of grandson Hubert J Klein who has been accepted at Bran dels University. Moving to North Miami Beach. Be!h Torch Reeiects Sneider %  -• %  • ider was ie I term as president oi Lion ol S '' %  % %  ted are executh < %  \ i< < Stanley Frie ice president, Joel Got% %  l*e wee president. Neil Ul and Senior Citizens' wee president. Joseph li n rchng secretary. Mrs. Juliu* corresponding secretary. r> ^aiU Schreibcr; financial secEwald Ziffer; treasurer, 1 n harp •si tru-t.es are Robert BauManuel Bergman. Frank Jam Dorfman, Morris FoldFrank Hornstein, Ernest Hyman Katz, George Katz. Adrian Kaufman. Naihan Os!! "'i|> Paul, Louis Pincus, 1 Ralby, Dr. Morton Rei-s, Rosen, Eugene SchwarzSeymour Sliwekv, William I'm Taylor. Y rove Paula and Leon Dorson are is intlj severing their ties tl Temple IMVr. th Jacob A Male ah. where thej have been active MI man) years Temple Sis U %  .'" I feted Mrs Dorson at a I in well lunch) :i ,,! the Park eria on May 2 New ofticei of the group were ii luci d. .,n entertaining ski; ed, and a ei rsage presented ti tinguest oi honor by Mrs. Luba Friedman, who arranged the while affair In the absence 11 Sistei hood Prexj Mrs. Mimi Klein, a -if; was pr< scute 1 to Mis Kay Lingaton, vice president. Prince Steven Reich and Prince-Hainet Abramson, who will "ii he Kmu and Queen, were given the royal treatment at a formal dinner dance on Sunday, May '.). at the Fontaincbleau Hotel 11 os l ed by the future bride's parents. Lee and James Abramson. highlight of the eve nine for the 173 -nests was the tale of the Re^al Romance as spun by Mrs. Abramson Red velvet and gold decor of the (;it;i Room offered tne proper seitin_ for the betrothed couple, occupyii s the King and Queen tin oi %  • in stately splendor Attend ins i'" ir majesties were SS :• % %  rol ed, gold-crowned doll-quei ns designed and made by Lee, add• legance to the tables 'I hi romantic mood of the eve ning was further enhanced by a -i ntimental ballad written by Ice Shapiro, of Washington, I C with lyrics bj hisister, mother of the bride-to-be l'i spective bridegroom i. the son of Mr and Mrs. HenTJ K< :<•:, Oi Washington. DC. A very welcome young lady. Sari Meryl Shein. arrived May 12 at the North Miami General Hospital She's the first for fi nner Judy Faliek and Barry Shein. and first grandchild for Mollie and Maury Shein. .Other set of grandparents. Dodo and Sam Faliek, also includes greatgrandmother, Lillian Bernstein.. Godparents to the baby doll. Bar ry's -ister Linda and hu.-band Jerry Weisemann. with stand-ins Rose and Morris Rosen, here from Huntington, w. Va., .She's Maury's sister. i"emple Menorah Spring Festival Scheduled May 29 Temple Menorah will sponsoi :tda) evening May 29 ,.' the I on i bleau Hotel Leoi rd R sen, i resident, stated that guests I >r ihe gala v ill be the '.< r 1 j -:| j honored b; nev Ij < i ted i; ird i: Directors "for steadfi -• loyaltj A comedy entiled Ladies ind Gentlemen of the Jewrj The Verdict is Yours.'' presented by Temple teen-agers, will be dedicated to the membership of the Temple. Cantor Edward Klein will offer a medley of sontis. and Irving Laibson's orchestra will plaj for danc* it 'and entertainment. "Theme of the Spring Festival — 1965," Rosen declared, "will be faith and friendship, the two key words guiding the destiny of Temple Menorah." 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    Page 6-B ht* 1st lUrMton %  ...^tbout f^coplc and f^lacc THE SEASONS OVER That's what the invitations read for Sylvia and Sychiej Lefcourt's dinner parties at Westvievi Country Club. The Invitation picture showed .1 gal with her teet in a tub <>i water and her wig the table beside her, while the man with his dinner jacket off was sprawled on t!* %  sofa completely exhausted. The wording was to the point— an evening oi dinner and cards, The two dinner parties were exactly alike to the last smidge oi caviar on the blinis, Among guests, either on one night or the other, were Hattie and Sam Friedland, Lillian and Ham Rosen, Ruth and Max Orovitz, Anna Mae and Larry Levenson, Eileen Kane — Howard was out of town — Suki and Nat Williams, Norma and Jack Gaines, Helen and Damn Sepler. and Anne and Joe Lipton The Arthur Kosuhans. the Aaron Fan.and the Sam llennans were at the -ante table Belle and Rabbi Irving Lenrman and Lillian and Rabbi Leon Kmnish were just there to have a fun evening — no invocations or benedictions or Bonds or Fed* ation talk Then there were Marcie and taron Kanner. Byrtha Phillips. Ida and Bill Singer, Mae and A .1 Harris, Hannah Seller. Mary „ii(l .lake Sher, Dotty and Leon Kaplan. Mollie and Dan Ru-kin. Adeline a 11 d Sum Levenson, Mary Kratze. Martha and stank > Myers, and Lil and Raymond Feiner After the dinners were over Sylvia and Sidnej went to visil their daughter, Barbara and Barrj Haiman, in Mobile Then they all flew back to Miami in time t the Grdater Miami Jewish Federation dinner dance Saturday night, THE HIGHWAYMAN CAME RIDING Former Miamian Mrs. Gladys Nehausen Cohen and William Recbl announced their marriage in I'niontown. Pa Gladys 1the mother ol Roy Ci hen. married to Bess .>n'\ Louis Glasser's daughter, Mona Mona and Roj stopped oil enrouti to a dedication ol an auditorium in Jackson ville to saj good-bye to Bess, who left for Israel .,.1 Te spilled 1 \ Oldest mnth.'iwas Mr-. Cecil Myers she belongs to Martha and Stanle) Myr was Mrs. Robert Markolarthesl awaj as Mrs. Elsie en. 1 i Toronto. Canada, guest ol Mr. and Mrs. • children ( i.nen Mrs Hurt Haft, and Mrs M. I nger oldest member's mother was Mrs Miriam Muslow, and youngest grandmother was Mrs Bernard Zimetbaum Among other family parties were Mr, and Mrs Donald Koven, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Chasen, Mr and Mrs Joseph Stem. Mr and Mrs Morton Hill, and Dr and Mrs. Donald Michno'ff • • NO RINGS NO BRACELETS NO NOTHING Helen and Jack l/arner gave a dinner party at the Crystal House. Helen was the most un.jeweled person at her own party The Canters had just been robbed of all of Helens Jewels, in which they took such pride, not only because they were lovely, but also because Ol the tar away places they came from, and their interesting and historic backgrounds. Masses of lilacs with gold ins perfumed the air and gave the Northerners a nostalgic turn of mind Among guests were Lee and Stephen Canter, Mr and Mrs. Max Boderman. Mr. and Mrs A C. Fine. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lobrman, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mr and Mrs Leo Chaikcn. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waxenberg, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Kami. Mr. and Mrs Gus Feuer, Mr. and Mrs Baron de Hirsh Meyer. Mr. and Mrs S:>m Le\enson. and Mr. and Mrs Nathan (ainieiiuk • • a WHAT DO LAW WIVES DO They do just what the wives of doctors, den lists, merchants and chiefs do They had a fashion -how -it the Coral Gables Countrj Club 10 raise funds for the Sturges Scholarship Fund The Law Wives of the University ol Miami chose a nautical theme for their show Dancing under the stars after the show in which the girls did their own modeling were Marilyn and Howard Freidin. Judj and Jim Blosser, Cynda and Paul Gerson, Justine and Mel Wolfe. Myra and Paul Berger, Susy and Hal Braxton, and Carolyn and Bob Spiegel Mr and Mrs. Paul Pincus were there with their daughter, Rhea, who is one ,i the few girls graduating from law Bchool in Jane ELEGANT WAS THE WORD Belle and Charles Raskin entertained at a formal dinner at the Crystal House The bar and dancing were out under the stars Inside, yellow mums and blue increated a shimmering background f r the women who looked as it thej were in a fashion show and just ready to walk out on the runway Among guests enjoying the gay evening were Mr. and Mrs Stdnej Walzer, Col. and Mrs Jacob Arvey. Mr and Mrs Aaron Reder. Mr and Mrs Leonard Wieii. Dr and MrHarold Rand. Mr. and Mrs. William Wcintraub, Dr and Mrs Edward Kaffter Mr. and Mrs Stanlej Wolff Dr and Mrs Max Pepper, and Dr. and Mrs Herman 1pp. "i Youngstown, Pa. Frances Lehman Newly-elected president and vice presidents of Mt. Sinai Ho pital's Auxiliary are lleft to right), Mrs. Marvin Silvers, vice president, services, Mrs. Yale N. Levinson. president; Mis Murray Kern, vice president, ways and means; and Mrs. Raymond Feiner. vice president, administration. Not shown JJ Mrs. Bernard Spector. vice president, membership. Mt. Sinai Ladies Install Officers Mrs Yale N Levinson succeeded Mrs Leonard A Wien as president 01 the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary at installation ceremonies condi 1 ted 1>> R a b b 1 Joseph v. ri spiritual leader ol Temple Israel, al the Fontaineblcau Hotel last Fridaj N ated al the bead table was the 1,, wl) eli eti d Executive Hoard, the Past Presidents Council, and honored uests Max Oro> it/, chair hospital bo ird; Leon .ml 1. 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    Friday. May 1965 -Jn*irfrr£drtor> Page 7-B Mrs.Fuchs Elected President 10890 SW 8 Ith president ol Shalom Chap \| ij 18 ""'%  r M 8760 Canto R ibin, 8020 SW Neil Rosi ns m %  Mrs Donald Haitian Dr irreMrs Sldnej • land Dr reand MrEd SW I87tfl Tor.. Donovan Art Goes On View At Beth Sholom y. \',,', %  draw I ngs and b> i a %  "ee Dono* an %  the Beth Sholon Fune 17. The jewed Tuesday night. to ., innotncement hy Drueker, chairman of Sho > ^rt Committee ivai % %  teacher and -.it tautht Born in Van „,. received BA and MA • in English trom the I ri Miami His poema have ubushed in such ma{tatlne Quarter!; Review of later.. v mi. jit perspective i hibit is ;> ill "f Beth Sho stival of the fcrti -i*>n the le %  •• Sisterhood i hairmanship of Mi • Si Israel Dance Program on TV e program ted bj i!'--'i I I Linda Ren in was aired : V i %  • %  2, ruesday. and laj .it 11 a is pan ol the English 10 bj l>.nil' Count) school" Tin' program will n bj sophomores of Dado County public and pri %  h schools as well as the iblic dances are llarmom I I L lanoL" "El HaS< otch Participants in > i reate I especiall) for the are R< gi Yantch, Linda \orman Atunoo, Chaviva i Si bwanenfeld and Bill Yanjch, together with her • I, recentl) organized ami y North Miami Beach Artists Guild, will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, l" to 6 p.m in Victory Park, NE 19th Ave at 17191 St. Presides* <>f the group Is Margery Scrafine. Yomen to Direct Chorus Here workmen's Circle Chorus of T Miami announces that Ben ill Bg i. be director tor iming year he closing meeting of the ihe following were elected Hoi irarj chairmen, Louis FeW 1 i hen; chairman, Sam Imam i i -ecictary Mis Koon; n ding secretary, Mr. Harry Green: treasurer. Ru ed •' ve Board members are n Mi isider Berger, el .lull. Rubin 1 Workmen's Circle Chores Is %  f thi i .,i i| acti\ it> of I iiin imution Rev. Mamches To be Honored Sunday Evening od will honor urice Mamches with a tes nq let .t Waldmans 'Wei on Sunday evening. '•• %  Mamchi -. h is served ai i r ni the Beth Jacob Talmud '"'• lli


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    Poge 8-B *Jewist> flcrkflnr Friday. May 21. 1965 a£V V r : %  V>v~ %  \ K^*3 ^ri$** > W^ WOMAN OF THE WEEK School bells rang this, month for Pearl (Mrs. Theodore) Kippnis when she was installed as president of Minim Beach High School PTA. When she went to school in the Bronx Pearl was a happy youngster, always a good student and with the aspiration of becoming a teacher. Pearl recalls that she was always happy, and she still remains happy today. In those davs. the Parent-Teacher Association was just coming into vogue, and Pearls mother. Mrs. Louis Schechter, was PTA president of PS 20 in the Bronx After Pearl and her husband were married, they came to Miami on their honeymoon and got sand in their shoes before they went back to Brooklyn to live. Sixteen years ago. they returned to Miami Beach to stay. Ted owns the Seville Hotel. They have three children — Priscilla. who is working at Mt Sinai Hospital as a secretary and is newly-engaged to Allan Priedland; Alan; and Steven, who was just Bar Mitzvah this month. As soon as Pearl moved here, she at once became active in organi zation life. She was active in Girl Scouting for twelve years — even after Priscilla was too grown up for SCOtlting. Starting with being a room mother in PTA. Pearl had man y and varied positions in eluding president of North Beach Elementary School and on the board of Nautilus. Not all PTA work, however because the Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu-EI also claims her talents. Even though her husband is a hotelman. they lead a very normal, average life, which in eludes the tact that Ted comes home tor dinner every night, and they all gather around the dinner table together. It was easier to go on trips when the children were smaller, explains Pearl, but short trips to New York to see the shows are now the accepted travel plans Pearl"s hands must always be busy, and she has embroidered many a tablecloth watching television. She is also an ardent collector of recipes, always clipping them out of newspapers and magazines. Pearl plays at golf and enjoys it. she likes the newhands in mah jongg. and enjovs reading new fiction, but she is just as ready to reread old favorites. Both she and her husband like to be with people — which seems clear from Ted's being in the hotel business and Pearls being active in organization work. Pearl's new job as president of the Miami Beach High Schools PTA is u time-COnSUmIng .. %  as well as a challenging one. She looks back to the time when her own mother was PTA president, ami i~ truly enjoying history as it repeats itself. PtARl DESIGNED FOR WOMEN WHO WANT MORE OUT OF LIFE WHO ARE NOT SELF-SATISFIED New Group Forming — Call 445-6751 THE DOROTHY CARNEGIE COURSE presented by THE FLOR.DA INSTITUTE INC Lazarus, Mirow Exchange Vows Dr, and Mrs. Richard R. Mirow. 13195 Biscayne Bay Dr. Keystone PI., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Madelyne E. Mirow. to John 1). Lazarus, son of Mr. and M-Gustav Lazarus, of White plains. N.Y. Ceremony teak place Friday. May 7. at Temple Beth Sholom. followed by a dinner at Chandlers Restaurant Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the ceremony Best man was Frank Carbone, and matron of honor, Mrs Mark Linksman, sister of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended the University Of Florida and received a degree from the University of Miami. Mr. Lazarus attended the I'm versity ot Puerto Rico and earned a degree at the University <>f Miami. The couple honeymooned in Miami Beach. MRS. JOHH LAZARUS Young Israel Slates Induction Harry I.erner will be installed ;is president of Young Israel of Greater Miami on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Completing the slate for 1965-66 are Murray Fran.I. Alex Gooze, Milton Gottlieb, Ben i.erner. Marvin Lipman, Emanuel Ungar, vice president. Ernest Field, treasurer; Sol Kalchman, Mrs Abraham Auron, secretaries; Ira Stem, publicity chairman; PTA president. Mrs Max Stein. Women's Auxiliary president. Mrs Murray Cart ner. Board of Directors includes Burt Brody, Charles Brander, Ben Fishbein, Muses Gallant, Morns Com berg. Louis Goodman. Joseph Gropen. Joseph Greenberg. Israel Itz IcovitZ, William Kreuter. Joseph Margolis, Alex Moss. Louis Rosen berg, Sidney Rosenberg, Ed stern and Moses Weiss Shopmakers Tell Marlene's Troth Mr and Mrs. Haro!i Shopn 345 NW Lath St North \ announce the engagement ot i j hter, Marlene Rae, t<> Roi Lee LI' m. son ot Mr. aril baniuel M Bio. n, 440 NF. 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    ^dcy, May 21. 1965 +Jelst) ffrrMl >n Paqe 9-B Mrs. Weiner Heads Beth David Women; Installation Luncheon to be Wednesday f" Allen Be< ker MISS KOCHlUt LYNN Lynn, Malek Betrothal Told Mr • it I..\nn. of Miami • i engagement of an her Rochelle Bea Lynn, to Mali k of Miami Beach \ r in the Dade Ci the Miami Beach Musicjn I Art> League. Among other or-i zation* oi uhieh he is a memn George Gershwin L/xlye %  : Knights of Pythias and the • ich and Hatikvah Lodges i; nth. ilirhli^lit (1 f the Beth David Sisterhcod last regular meeting of 'he season will be the Installation <.f 'h196546 officers and board on Wednesday, n 30 a.m., in Speci' r Hall, with luncheon bei n g served bj Beth David caterer. Lloyd Ap;>lc Mrs Harold Reinhard, president of the FK .ida Branch of the Na tional Women's League, will be i.~ta Iiin officer. Mrs Irving Weiner has been elected president Rotenberg. Mrs Herbert Alpert. vice presidents; Mrs. David Miller. Mrs Harry Teplitz, Mrs. Martin Lodge. Mrs. Charles Steingold, secretaries; Mrs. Abo Rosen, treasurer; Mrs Michael Matson, parliamentarian. Academy Class To Get Proceeds From Israel Film "They Were Ten." the saga "t Israels early development and Israel's first full length feature film, will be shown in the Hebrew Academy on June 1 at 8:30 p.m. The showing is being sponsored by the Hebrew Academy Men's organization, PTA and Hebrew Academy W< men Proceeds will go toward the 9th grade graduating class annual trip to Washington, D C, The 9th graders will leave June 13 by train, ariving in Washington on Monday morning, where they will begin touring the capital. Accompanying the class will be members of the faculty and Rabbi Alexander s. Cross, principal. Mrs Irving Firtel. chairman of the evening, announced that tickets may be obtained by calling the Academy. 1 fK" %  AND a V o-' Joi aMa Hi Spa •-.• • attain w>t9 HitaBiflMiSPA L 751-7561 JWV Sisters Will Be Initiated Miami Beach Jewish War Veter ans Auxiliary 330 was to hold ini tiation of newSisters on Thursday evening at 1828 Alton Rd Ceremonj was to be conducted by MrWilliam Adelman, pre-; dent, assisted by Mesdames Pauline Lazarus, vice presid nt, Dorootby Cohen and Trudy Marshall. On Saturday evening, the will hold a card party at the Di lido Hotel Chairman iMrs r.ilhe Kern Social director is Mrs Ceal Rockwarg Funds raised are earmarked tor hospitalized veterans T* Air-Conditioned Waldman FEW A CHOICE CABANAS AVAILABLE !HlUVl50rsiPT'< ACCOMMODATES 6 Phone JE 8-5731 ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET. MIAMI BEACH %  Committee Picks Mrs. Ashmann Mrs Maurey L. Ashmann has l>een appointed chairman of the Variety Women's "Wall of Faith" committee, named by president. Mrs. Kdward Melinker. to conduct a pledge program for endowments to Variety Children's Hospital. Donors who give $500 or more will have their names inscribed on the has relief "Wall of Faith" mural designed and caned by noted sculptor. Michael Piuggj "We have set a goal of 500 mem. ben in the Wall of Faith drive." said Mrs. Ashmann. "Variety women have | ledged $250,000 as their pnnual donation, and completion ol the new drive will enable u~ to fulfill that pledge Clergymen Hear Hoover Assistant Rabbinical Association of Great er Miami on Tuesdaj co-sponsored a Seminar on Extremism" at Temple Israel with the Greatei Miami Council of Churches and the Miami Catholic Diocese Guest speaker was William c Sullivan, assistant to J. Edgai Hoover. Sullivan discussed "Religion and Communism HOTEL DRESSIN6 ROOM HOT t COLD SHOWERS PRIVATE BEACH • POOL TELEPHONE • SNACK BAR DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 CHERRY HEDGE AVOCADOES. MANGOES. GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE, TANGELOS, KEYLIMES, CACHES — W ITH FRUIT PUNTS FULL BUSHY 50c FRUIT TREES 6 MELANDOR NURSERY '5721 N.W. 7th AVENUE Wl 7-6971 U.S. 441-SOUTH OF NEW GOLDEN GUDIS INTERCHANGE Optn Daily t Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5.-30 .m. Closed Wed. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RtPAIKING Serving Dd County Ovr 25 Yaart 1111 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 CONSTIPATED? To prove PRUN EVAC. containing Prunet. Figi ind Senna, it world's smo-o-o-thest. mott natural laxative write to PHARMEX. Holly. I wood, Florida, for big FREE SAMPLE { Or at your druggist. 40 tablets 7rVVVVVVVVVVVVrVVV^^W^^^ JZc r>r>rXr>r>r>r>r>rV^Ar>AAr^r^r^r^^r^r^^r^rWWy d> & ^. The finest in furniture and home furnishings are on display in oar aaagpMcent factory showroom galleries. VISITORS ARE WELCOME MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 9 30 to 5 THE WM. wainer 7401 N. W. 32nd Avenue • Phone 691-7400 (O FURNITURE CORP. MANUFACTURES • DISTRIBUTORS 3



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    Page 10-B + kist HcrldHar Friday. May 21. 1965 \^^hamunc)l\j yours, siee> >'Shocking pink chiffon ed by MrWilliam Chalk white .nid tm. caviar beads trimmed her necklirv ami created a bell '•' %  Mi Larry Singer's apricote.I silk cocktail ensemble had Ihe double-breasted jacket and a cowled neck chiffon blouse I he v j i ,• ol Rabbi Herbert Baumgard was in a two-piece DOT celaiti blue and silver lame sheath skit t an I waist skimming ovei • i,i. use 1 ties and shades of blues were in the floral print chiffon hosen bj Mrs. Bernard Stevens A black and gold lame jacket topped the black crepe i worn bj Mrs Ra> Pels Orange and goU blended In the chiffon print worn bj Mrs. William Kin horn Matching colored sequins w • r e scattered on her bo lit e Mrs William Rafkind was in a calusa coral chiffon with a tiered skirt M RS. Ira Mogul topped her floral printed moygashel linen evening -kin with a gold linen overblouse. Black silk with the cartridge pleated skin was the choice i1 Mrs. Monnx erman Mrs Marvin Rauzii in a wh 11 a hm. p i v ,''i the Capelette-styli I featuring a deep yolk ai tied pi rtrail neckline A beige silk cocktail i M ai hosen by Mrs Ada Satin-lined bugle beadwen broldered on her bodice Mr* Max Shapiro -elected a I %  alpaca sheath with a m portrait neckline far this f< evening oi dining and dam •TEMPLE Israel ol Greater Mi%  ami held iiinstallation din %  er d ince £ mda> e\ ening at the Duporri Plaza Hotel Dr Joseph I, Narol was honored on In25th anniversary in t h e rabbinate^ \li-s Narol ihse a white Bavarian lace gown for this special iceasion Her -traole-bodice ,.itrimmed with tiers of black pleated silk I I -an/... an.I her black stole was also in the pleat ed organza Installed apresident of the %  ongregation was Sam Luby, Sr. Mrs Luby "as in an Ice pink ilk ottoman formal with a matching fitted jacket. The bodice of her gown was In crystal beaded chiffon Mrs Sam Lubj Jr., selected a silk chiffon in a French ;>nnt oi black, brown, and white Her gown had a jewel neckline Mrs. Bernard Stevens at the oiano entertains quests at Temple Israel dinner Sunday with her original sonqs, ncluding one about Rabbi oseph R. Narot, honored on nis 25th anniversary in the abbmate. ami matching stole, Chairman • i Ihe ( verting. Mrs. Leopold L S -iiuartz, was in a jeweled unite gown, • ILJRS. Jerome Kado silk Per%  sian print gewn was in outi e greens and deep purple Matching colored sequins detailed the striking p rlnl Her daughter. Mrs. Barbara Had % selected a sand colored alencon lace sheath with a pleated satin bodice. Her dress was embroid ered with seed pearls. A black pean de soie sheath with floral sprays in black sequins and jet beads was worn by Mrs Jane Garrett, Mrs George Graham's silk crepe gown featured multicolored s p r i n g flowers w I t h matching colored sequins for highlights Mrs. Robert Shapiro chose beige brocade with a bateau neckline \\ lute silk crepe ith one shoulder bared was the choice ol Mrs. Mi ins E Greene \ draped bow and full-length panniers were on ther -h older The Cantor's wife, Mrs Jacob Bornstein, made Uii Dior blue satin gown she i [er neckline w as in a decol leti V, and a white silk organdy stole completed her ensemble. MrArnold Rosen's chiffon tea tured jeweled tone florals on a sea ol black sequins A sleeveless embroidered eye'.ette sheath with a bateau neckline, and an ava cado green silk organza stole were worn by Mrs Nat Straus. Mr. Carrie Rosen was In a floral print theatre ensemble. Black silk with a fringed skirt and decollete neckline was the choice of Mrs Herbert Kubcnstcin. lylRS. Ben Eaten wore black %  chiffon with the traditional full softness in the skirl and feminine rouchiag at the bodice and hemline White chantilly lace over ice pink pean de sole was worn by Mrs Joseph Garfield Mrs. Lawrence Adler's black crepe sheath was set off with jet crystal tear drops on the New officers of Temple Or Olom Sisterhood are seated (left to right 1 Mesdames Al Solo, recording secretary Al Levenson, past president; Murray Rosenberg, incoming president; William Seidman. treasurer. Standing (left to riqht 1 are Mesdames Philip Zelman. projects vice president; E!i King, youth vice president; Chick Goodman, membeiship vice presdei• Gerald Schwartz, ways and means vice pic ident; and Melvin Shifke, corresponding so. i tarv. Not shown are Mesdames Emery Gree cultural vice president; and Max Form nancial secretary. Or Olom Women 'Meet' Officers In Musical Skit CAMP MENORAH 75th & Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6. 1965 3 ycor olds through 9 year 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 Coll Templf Mtnorah School Office, UN 6 2156 for details and brochure. Sisterhood of Temple Or olom Introduced its new Executive Hoard •or 1965-1968 at a general mem bertbip meeting this week The incoming slate of officers ap peared in an original musical skit, written and directed by program chairman Mrs Lawrence Wulkin, entitled "Ladies be Seated Slate of ofticers are president. Mrs Murray Rosenberg; cultural vice president. Mrs. Emery Green; membership vice president. Mrs Chick Cioodman; projects vice president. Mrs Philip Zelman ways and means vice president MrGerald Schwarti; youth vice president. Mrs. Kli Kine. COT responding secretary, Mrs Melvin Shifke; financial secretary, Mrs Max Korman. recording secretary Mrs. Al Solo; treasurer Mrs Wil liam Seidman. Working board for 196566 in dudes Mesdames Leo Weinstcin. Ralph Fistel, Frank Parker, Wal ter Seidler. Lawrence W'ulkan. Sam Birnbaum. Richard Rehren. Lawrence Kaplan. Bert Reinhardt. Maurice Zuckerman. Sidne> Sil vermin, Hebert Seltman. Leon DarUnv. Bud Singer. Gerald Abra IDOWitZ, Lester Glaser, Murray Kayo. Wallace Lazarus, Joe Bed stone. .Ionian Matlin Musical accompaniment was dent, and Rabbi Samuel \. provided bj Mrs Herald Robin spiritual leader of the > %  %  %  < Mis AI Levenson is past presi tion **VVVVVVVVVVV^W^^^^^^r^^*r%*r>*^rVSr>^r*r>*r%r*r>\r%*rV'V"w"" CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROLINAIn Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM Strict Supervision — Owned A Oaerafod By MR. 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    fnday. May 21. 1965 -Jenlst FtcrMlan Page 11-B Temple Emanu El Installs Officers For Brotherhood, Sisterhood and PTA installation sen ice honng officers and direcl hood, Brothi rhood .inn ,,.,. Association ol a nu El %  <• held Maj •i i" Joseph M. Up,111 ms Lchrman inducted the i.iiiofficers, led by M Shapiro, reelectod pres ,i, Irving l.' MI man, hon• sident; vice presi .,,,,,. Max Diniaman, Mrs an \i i Jacob K.i/ Raymond Mal-< 'iik MiSam Wio-on. Mrs igarten; secretaries, Hauser, Mrs II e n r j ,lrK ra n k Schneider, \;-, Michael Sossin, Mrs Ken ne; j, sok lsk> historian, Mi i lines: chaplain, Mrs Al i igan i board Mesdames .1" „,,ii \ low Leonard Abramson, Sc> mour Alterman \i • \; ium, Louis Baron, Max Uica Backer, William Leo Berman, Milton K Vlax Bodonnan, Marrj ,;it II II I 111. JttlCS P ii.iix it Cohen, Irving ..... Cjpan, J ;i c k .1 Feller, George Feuer, Jack Foa Robert I. -iniucl \ Kncdl.iiid. Mau Hi n / i (i n diiiNb.il -. i: i eonard Glickman, Oc rgi Goldberg, Jen ne Goodman, nan, Ra) m nd Good taodei Gordon mes William II Gor' Gors n Ali' Green, run l\ ler, Haran, Saul Kaplan. Sherplan, Pi rry Kaye, Theo Harrj Koretik) Mui • tzk> \l ris Krovet; l i. rold 1 %  \ ej. Reu : •-( ; 'i \! I ipton [sadore Lorfeer. Milton Luby, .' i Murry yer B Marks, Herman R Mechlowitz. Men-. Milstonc, Myron Mitnick, A J. Molask) EJmil M irton Philip Neuv irth, Ed ward \'i-v man. Isidor New man. u I'iMt Ossip, J ilius .i Perlmuttei Paul Plot km, Paul Pollak, Jack S Pi pick. II ,i r r > Protzel, Leon i Richelson, Harrj <; Rogers, Joseph M Rose, Natl an Rose, Harrj Ro -fiihla i. Moses ll Ri senhouae Seymour Rubin, Simon E. Rubin, Bernard Silvcrman, Jack Silver man. Sol Silvcrman, Charles Si ii.mi. Milton Sirkin, Martin Smith, Milton Smith, Alfred Stone, Theodore R Struhl, Tobias Sussman, Nelan Sweet, Israel Teitch. Philip "Hiau. 1. ouard Tobilt, Tb BMS Treat, liarold M Uuger. Theodore Zaltes liarold i Scual i> president "i Brotherhi id Serving with him are vice presidents, Roben S. Be /..ik Ben Cypen. Albert Ossip, Os i ..i i Rusenstrauw h. Samuel L. Si Itzer, Herbert s Shapiro; secretaries, Alan II Rothstein, Col, Milton R Blum treasurer, Charles K scnl.l.ii! financial secretary, Samuel K.ii/. chaplain. Murry K" H /k\ Board of Directors are Joseph Leonard Abramson, Dr Seymour Alterman, Stanlsj Apte, Judge in,I Barad. Andre S Bial olenki Jack Birnbaum, Ma\ Bo unian lei ben Buohw aid, Ah in S i 'a\ n, Jules P < banning Judgi M< yer hcrkas, Ji soph Cohen Ted ( %  ii -n. William Cope Ian, Judgi livin ( ypen, Moi ris Dubler, Leon \ Epstein, Hal • > Erlanger, Ju Igc • m F -Her, Irving Firtel, Noah Fleiaher, Roberl Ii Frank, Norman ( uler, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Allen Goldberg George Goldberg. Hai \, \ S Golds ein Sol Goldstein, Hon Alexander Gordon, Ira Hader, Sam J ll ilpt i in. Elliott Harris, Petei F Heller, !>:• Sherman R Kaplan. Hylan II Kout, MMKm ash, llri in. n L -i k s. VUred L>-\ i 1I.II rj \ I PVJ .!• -'!>"' M Upton Sam LuJ :• Mum M dsi Dr Herman n Mechkraritz, Raymond Mufson lius Nachi tan, Dr l> i vid Nathan, Earl Pertnoy, Sidnej Registrations Now Being Accepted Temple Emanu-El DAY CAMP vV IN ITS EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE VEAR June 14 to August 6 FREE BUS Under (he Personal Guidance cf OB. IRVIHG LIHRMAN and Direction of MILTON HINSTIIN History Instructor Miami Beech Senior High ichoo SERVICE REGISTRATION LIMITED FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2503 Or Will* 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ATHLETICS ond SWIMMING SYNAGOGUE CENTERED FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS DRAMATICS-SINGING and DANCING WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE You Are Cordially Invited to Attend SKY LAKE CAMPS Pre-Camp Gel Together at the Deauville Hotel Cavalier Room 6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach SUNDAY, MAY 23*ti, 1965 2 to 4 P.M. '• Will Afford Old and New Campers 'he Opportunity of Getting acquainted Friends Are Invited FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE SKY LAKE CAMPS P.O. BOX 3355, MIAMI, FLORIDA TEL. DAOE 034-0692 • BROWARD 989-2137 '*'* %  %  %  • %  itfmuM*ui-anji---*r" WMX "' Harold Segal Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Shapiro Ra) mond, Simon E Rubin, David Samelson, Irving Schatannn. Frank Schneider, Jack Silverman Milton Sirkin. Michael Sossin, Louis >(> %  < %  lor, Fred stem. Charles Strclser, Mivhael Tames, George .1 Talian"it. Oscar I Tobey, Curies Weinbarg, L)r Milton Wrinkle. Nal Welt. Marshall Wokper. Martin Woolin, Charles Yavers, Al Zablo, Leonard Ziibert. PTA offici s are Mrs, liarold Brooks, president; Mrs Irviny Lchrman, honorar; vice president; Ira llader, Mrs, Hubert Hart. Mrs Alan 11 Rothsttin, Mrs. Howard A, (•miner and Sirs, Raymond Mutton, vice president-. Mrs. .lack Birnbaum, treasurer; Mrs Marvin Sitckner, Mrs. Jaj Kushner, Mrs Gerald Miller. Mrs Ah in S Cawn, seen tai ies; Mi • Stuai I Goldman, historian PTA board are Me xiami .!<>sepii Lbelow, Cecile Adler, Zvi Adler Ronald \"r Seymour Alterman, Donald Arthur, Leo BrandFlamingo Towers Ready Aug. 1 Flamingo Towers condominium npartments, 1100 Alt >n Rd., will be read} for oecupancj on Aug. l. according to Jerry Gindin. pies • of Everglades Development i orporation, builder ol the project. Original!) anno.meed a> open ing later in the year, occupancy been moved t an earlier date use oi demand l>> | rospi ctive I uyers to move in when their leases expire this summer, according ii> Gindin "Fortunatoly, construction has run well ahead of schedule," Gindin stated, "because we eliminated wasted effort by using only top-flight craftsmen and materials." opening ol the model mem last weekend was attended and eight apat I ts were sold the first daj %  Rea< Lion was i verv hel linj Gin 11.". asserted, "the v isitors all told us how impressed thej were i ihe .elded touches ( t luxur> they haven'l seen in the South Beach area before. Flamingo Towers features three different one bedroom layouts priced from S14.250 with estimated monthly maintenance of S37 including taxes, insurance ar.d ground maintenance. l-i .1 Iditiot to individ all} con tiolled c< ntral air >" : ''"' rchase price includes such ap pliances as c! ithes washer-dryer in each aparUt enl buill in o\ en and range and n cu ft refri erati r liee/er. eis, I'hdip Brooks, Charles .1 Courshen. Irving Cowan, Leon \ Ep stem. Milton Feller, Ronald Fine, i; ben H Frank, Joseph ll Gam Norman Ciller, Peter Goldring, William n cordon. :;,ii Greeaberg. Benjamin Greene, BUlotl Harris. Murr} Koretzky, Alfred Levi, Reuh. en Levin, Oscar Levine, Sam Luby, Jr.. David I! May. C. Samuel Ma aer, Isaac Mu.ra.hi Also, Ve S d a m e s L e o Paul I a ek Pi n eu S, Pa 111 PI O tkin. Burton Radoff, Anne Reiff, Claries Rosenblatt, Lloyd Rothenberg, SeyMur Rubin, Joseph A Rubinstein, Herbert s Shapiro, Stuart L. Simon. Sheldon Spector. Karl Stone. Chester Weiner. Raphael K Vunes, Herb, rt Zemel. Brandeis Women Slate Banquet Saturday Evening William A, Tayl r, exect live i i. et'.i of \ ariet) Chil in n ll"-: !..l. will be principal speakei \ the annual installation banquet Li ..Bi. di '.N mien ol Miai la lull to lie held Saturda\ 7 p.n ai Wotkinen Circle, 25 Washin ton Ave. Ium a Brandeis unit has raise to help the hospital meet its nual deh, it i i 8700.000 given tree niedu al < are I indigent p tients. JWVA Annual Club Affair llancin and a shOM w ill be i eluded in Wesl Miami Ladic Auxiliary 223 Jewish War Vet< i.s annual nite club affair Sa in day. 9 p.m. in the iurgUU Koom (if the Carillon Hotel Resen ations ma} be made w > i uairman, Mi Kuth Shapu i • Mrs .1 Achtman, president CAMP SIMCHA 3 to TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 14th THROUGH AUGUST 6 13 Teors Transportation All Outdoor & Indoor Activities • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS 8. CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 o( Martin I faculty Jt Junior Hiflh School Stall of te.icherv courti • • Una, ,thf direction iKrobei. member of I N I Select iscicis .inj specialty instruetoi-t I THE HEBREW ACADEMY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES! THE OPENING OF A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13 of Entire dealer Miami Aiea IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOL BUILDING 8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG. 6 S200 00 for the entire 8-week session FEE INCLUDES: Fre< E lunches in Our Beautiful > t acks PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING -' termed i'es SPORTS ai d ATHLETICS baski ARTS ai %  CRAFTS eyball, i DRAMATICS MUSIC ALL ACTIVITIES UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED SPECIALISTS • eight weeks of iun and r e -es galore for a child to tre-isure FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421


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    Pago 12-B +Jf*lsti fkrkJktr Friday. May 21, 1965 4at** Mfe Mto 4HM> *aaW z> ^fc* '^~* *BW *nW* % % % % %  *• % %  ^P Graduation exercises for the students of Temple Emanu-El's Religious School will take place this Friday eveninq at 8:30 p.m. Bottom row (left to right) are Marlene Rackei, Judith Feinstein, Jennifer Rand, Peggy Reiff, Linda Lindenberq, Sherry Gertler, Judy Abelow, Eileen Kaplan, Corinne Feinstein, and Sari Teichman. Center row (left to right) are Spencer Gordon, Ralph Mizrahi. Mrs. Haviva Zour, teacher, Mrs. Aliza Brenner, teacher, Morris Tarasow, education director, Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, Mrs. Dvora Bushinsky, teacher, Mrs. Fay Feinstein, teacher, Marc Ivler and Kenneth Boyarsky. Top row (left to ricrb.0 are Gary Monroe, Judd Copland, Alan Zangen, Alex Gimelstein, Scott Kasdin, Abraham Mansdori. Fredric Weitz, Steven Freedland, Glenn Mazor, Aviel Malki, Norman Plotkin, Wally Friedopfer and Gary Kollin. Not shown are James Goldstein, Randolph Kout and Randy Levine. Candidates Continue Beach Race Candidates in the June 1 election for Miami Beach City Council and the post of mayor continued this week to offer their platforms to Beach voters and to urge their support. Elliott Roosevelt "Many veteran political ohserv ers were surprised when Elliott Roosevelt drew more than 3.000 persons to his formal campaign kickoff appearance." his supporters declared this week. Longtime Miami Beach poli tician, councilman and former Mayor D. Lee Powell was among the large audience as Roosevelt outlined his platform in his bid for the Mayor's office." they noted. Roosevelt promised to 'restore harmony and dignity to city council meetings and to provide lead ership to achieve a new national and international image for this wonderful community." The son of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt also said he would use his national affiliation as Democratic National Commit teeman from Florida "to try and bring both Democratic and Repub lican Conventions in 1968 to the Beacli." Roosevelt also said he would "work a* mayor for light, clean industry in Miami Beach, and to brin_ more year-round residents to tiicity." Paul Seiderman Miami Beach City Council can didate Paul Seiderman has proa el ange in the city charter to til • terms for council members and mayor on the Beach. an's plan would limit incilmen to two terms r years, and the mayor be limited tn four terms ol irs "Limitation ol the tenure of office would iir ,i death blou to poli tical favoritism and machine politics," sanl Seiderman, a resident of the Beach since 1948. "This will encourage more d non politicians to run. it would enable them to get back to their private affairs after eight yean, the Group Three candidate added. "Furthermore, of major importance to our city, it will put a stop to the permanent officeholder who builds up power by a system of entangling alliances and political obligations for favors." according k> the former assistant district attorne> of Brooklyn. Seiderman, chairman of the Beach Personnel Board and longterm B'nai B'rith member, was among leaders in the 1963 fight to abolish the Bench tax increase. Seiderman is a national commissioner of the Anti-Defamation League, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Florida Regional Board of Anti-Defamation League, past chairman of the Regional Board of the Florida ADL, member of the Southeastern Governing Board of B nai B'nth and trustee of Miami Beach I-odge. a a Aaron Farr "Aaron Farr's successful candidacy in the Miami Beach City Council race could mark the first time a tourism specialist, involved in the city's basic industry, will serve at City Hall." his Mipporters declared this week. "At no time in the past has Miami Beach had a councilman who is a professional in the tour ist business." said Edward J. Melniker. Farr's campaign manager in his race in Group Two. Farr, who heads Farr Tours, has been in the travel business for over 30 years. He is also first vice president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. "We have many capable touristminded people working for the city." said Melniker. "However, in the past their efforts have been hampered by a lack of Insight on the part of some members of the Council. Farr's election to the Council would provide Miami Beach with an active and vigorous champion in the area oi tourism development, thus furthl ring the efforts of those who toil i ndli &slj on promoting America's favorite playground, "In addition to Fairback round in t iirism," continued Melniker. "his 41-year residency in the city of Miami L ach has provided him with first 1 and knowledge of its govemmi ital economic and political stricture, enabUng him to exert as much energy on other areas of importance such as public recreation facilities, municipal improvements, and better police and fire protection." • • • Milton Sirfcin Milton Sirkin. Miami Beach civic leader, is stepping up his campaigning for City Council, Group One. Sirkin, who is active in many organizations during his 27 years as a Beach resident, has been i stressing that the "welfare of our BETH AM SUMMER PROGRAM PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE AGE LEVEL OF YOUR CHILD Ha f-day sessions children 3 & 4 Full-day sessions children 5 to 12 JUNE 14-AUGUST 6 Short PerioW Registrations Accepted Dance t Drama—Swimming—Bowling—Skating—Horseback Riding staffed by qualified teachers and mature counselors Specialists with years of experience Phone 666-2536 TEMPLE BETH AM i 5950 N. KENDALL DR. (S.W. 88th Street) MIAMI, FLORIDA *-* city is at stake, and if it means working around the clock. I want the public to have all the facts before they go to the polls." Two community leaders have joined the staff of the Sirkin campaign They are Mrs. Manny Green berg and Mrs. Max Affachiner. who is active in Hadassah circles. Sirkin has called "for better cooperation with Metro so Miami Beach will receive a much larger return than it now receives lor the taxes paid." In addition. Sirkin wants "more crosswalks in long blocks, brighter street lights, right of way for pedestrian over motor vehicles in certain areas and, in general, better safety measures tor the protection of residents, especially the senior citizens.'" e • e Bernard Frank Support for J u d g e2 Bernard Frank's campaign for councilman in Group Three in the June 1 election on Miami Beach gained further momentum with the announce nient of endorsements by three divcrsilied groups. Phil Sahl. chairman of the Presidents Council of the Citizens Clubs Of Miami Beach, announced that the organization ol 11 senior citizens groups, representing a non duplicating membership of 3.450. has endorsed Vice Mayor Prank. "It is our feeling that his past record in matters affecting senior citizens and his understand.n their problems strongly merit our support," Sahl .-aid. In addition. Judge Frank received the backing of Miai Beach Local 250 of the Hotel and Restaurant \v< rkers Union. At a campaign workers' break fast, it was announced that Frank has also been endorsed bj the Miami Beach Apartment House Owners Association. Melvin J. Richard Campaign Committee for the re election of Melvin J. Richard as Mayor of Miami Beach was announced, with Murray Sonnet and Manny GokLstricfa assuming the roles of co-managers. Sonnett. long-time Beach civic leader and president of the North Shore Optimists' Club, is also on the Board of Governors of Footlighters. Goldstrich has been a civic leader for more than 20 years, and is past governor of the Optimist Clubs of Florida Chairman of the Central Beach area is Harry Strull. treasurer of Foothghters, and a member of the Knights of Pythias for 42 years. Chairman of the South Beach area is Al Nason. president of the Civic League of Miami Beach. Chairman of the North Shortarea is Jay Jacobi. well known for his 15 years' activity in boys' work, and boyswork chairman of the North Shore Optimist club. Charlie Mouyos has been named Financial chairman; Joseph Goodman, chairman of Porte Towers Committee; and Stanlej Richard, chairman of the Lawyers Committee. The brother of the Mayor is past president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, chairman of the Legal Institutes Committee of Real Property Probate and Trust Section of the Florida Bar. former chairman of the board of the Heart Institute of Greater Miami and a member of the board of the Florida Heart Association. Civic and social leaders. Mrs Mickey Sonnett and Mrs. Miriam Jacobi. have been named co-managers of the Women's Committee. • • Malvin Englander Judge Lawrence K Hoffman has accepted the position of campaign chairman for Councilman Malvin Englander in his bid for reelection in Group 2 on Miami Beach Judge Hoflman. a former mun icipal court judge, is past state commander of the American Legion, past exalted ruler of the F.Iks, past president of the 1'resi dents' Council of Miami Beach and treasurer of the Miami Beach Bai Association. He is a member of the Miami Beach Lions Club. Hibiscus Mai onic Lodge, Mahi Shrine, secret ary of the Metro Board of Health Advisory Committee and vice chairman of the Miami Beach Con vention Advisor) Committee Also appointed to a high camp Sign DOSl this week was .\| Sher man. who twice served .1camp aign tnana [er for Kenneth 1 two successful mayoralt) camp aigns. Sherman, business, civic and religious leader, will be North Shore District co-chairman. Joseph Malek Miami B< ach Attorney Joe M. Tuesday was notified o4 hit election as a national delegate of the American Guild of Variety Artists. Malek, who la a i"> yt "' member and chairman of the bond of the theatrical union local, will represent the Miami Beach branch at its annual convention to IKheld in Toronto next month. A candidate for the Miami Beach City Council. Malek is a concert artist as well as lawyer. "This honor conferred on me by AGVA will give me a chance to launch a move to bring a future convention "f this organization to Miami Beach." Malek 1 a i d. "1 think a man \ith a union a.s well as professional background is needed in our city where the performing field and places of entertainment are such an important part of the economy." Malek is also a member of the Footlighten Club ami a director of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League. An added endotsement of Malek's City Council candidacy was announced by the South Shore Citizens Club. President Lou Shalkin and Vice President Max Goldragen revealed the endorsement of Malek. "Added facilities for South Shore residents and expanded ser\ iees at the South Shore Medical Clinic" are key planks on Malek s platform. a • a Hyman Galbut Councilman Hyman GoJbut continued his campaign for re-election with thetheme of "continued progress with prosperity" Speaking before coffees, breakfasts, and rallies. Councilman Galbut pointed "to the last Cwx> years while on the City Council and the record season and unprecedented prosperity." Galbut declared: "I'm working 1 ersonally to continue the achieve* ment and progress. I've gone out personally to inspect sites for a Senior Citizen Center in the North Shore Section of Miami Beach. I've appeared before the County 'Commission in an effort to expand the services of me Medical Center on 8th St., and I've had correspondence with Senators Holland and Smatherand Congressmen Fasand l'i pper on this uune matter," Galbut added. I ouncilman < lalbul h is !><•• n a Miami B • sident since the 193 rid nov lives on 1 al Palm \\ e 1 ife and four r i % % % % % > % % TEMPLE EMANU-El SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL OF TEMPLE EMANU-EL ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF REGISTRATION FOR 1965-66 FUll NURSFRY PROGRAM IN MAIN AND NORTH BRANCH BUILDINGS HAIF AND FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM ELEMENTAY DEPARTMENT GRADES 1 5 Th. only Conaarvatlva Synagogue Day School ,n the Southeait United states Combin.ng Q.naral Studies with Hebraic and Rei.g.ou. instruction Fulfilling the highest standard, required by the Oade County Board of Public Instruction and the State of Florida TUITION INCLUDES ALL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES HOT LUNCHES AND TRANSPORTATION For Further Information Call: UN 5-0216, JE 8-2503, JE 1-9745 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4



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    Lv May 21. 1965 +Je*lstFk>rl> continue his Re[ education, Lsmith will boat the Kiddu.-h ..,, rviceJ in honor of her Harold Stirling ., n (ll Mr Ji tfrey SterNE 179th Dr., will oh t Mit/vah at !S'th Tor[ion on Saturday, Hay i r I receive a Bible from Kahaner Siaterhood to asi n He la •" student Kenned) Junior Huh Franklin Horwiti i, on will honor Franklin |. mple \ i Tamid t<>l Bar Mitzvah there on May 22. is tluson • : Dr and ji pv n/. 1510 Mil hi attends Sautilue Jun : Temple Ner Tamid hool is president of • i n's Club I Sue Weintraub • • be Bas • Dai id < i >1 •• \i %  res %  F.\ she has David R in isic, plays • %  mis. ,\ ntraub "ill be Kiddi h in Hall rvice Idition to ption al their home n of the event. i Loois Lippman M uvah ot Louis Lippman lv take i lace on Saturday, Maj |. i. nple Or Olom Mitzvah ithe son of I Mrs Henry Lippman and I seventh grade at Rodcway I High School He is mterestI coin-collecting, sports and T ii" la an accomplished ac%  rust ol town guetts will Include -andfather, Sam Siskin, of Tienton, N J and grandmother, Mrs. Hose Lippman, of New York. Reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Temple. Richard Browdy Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Howard Browdy, 1020 NE 178th Ter.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 22, at Beth Torah Congregation. Richard will receive a Bible from the Beth Torah M tUie Kalianer Sisterhood to mark the oci asion A student at John F. Kennedy Junior High School, he has been on the Principal's Li-t sinee>ntering there Among guests attending the evi ii will be his paternal grandmoth r, Mrs Lillian Browdy "i Miami Beach; maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Samuel Mei la,h. of Chicago; and Mr Robert Browd) and Mrs Harriet Arenson, also of Chicago. A. Howard Wittels Howard, son 1 Mr and Mrs Jerry Wittels will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah laj morning, Maj 22, al Jacob C (1 hen Communitj 1a seventh gi ade • %  \ ives attendinj ithei Mrs. I • .-... Okla.; %  : is. Mr • 1 1 .: franklin Horwltt Robert Behor Robin Pifier louis lippman Robert Goldwasser Mitchell Paulson Steven friedland Robert Usher mi Howard Wittels Paula Weintraub Harvey Fisherman Joel is a seventh gr 1 le student at Glades Junior Huh and plays drum.in the MHO 1 band. Harvey Fisherman Kidd iwed the Bar Mitzvah of Harvt 5 Hal Fisherman at pie Zamora on Saturday, May %  In the seventl at Shenanih Junior High, the ci -ball 11.1 stamp colle< I Mr and Mrs. < harles Fisherman, 3640 >w 18th Ter h >n their son at a reception Saturday will bestow the blessings. Kiddush evening at the Deauvllle Hotel. will follow services. Steven Friedland During services Saturday mornMay 22, at ( ingre ;ation Anshe Ernes, Steven Friedland; grandson ol Mr and Mrs Jack Horowitz, v ill be bar Bitzvah. !• : %  Sp %  ling, a friend of the family, will make an addn -[ol 1 >j klrs. Lillian '• 1 I man. Auxiliary, who A ill .'.• .< pi 'sentation. K witz, pres Mitchel Paulson Bar ..,. • %  SI .was ices • 11 Satut lay. > 1 ah Co lion A %  dent .,' J ihn F. Kenn ior H .,: lv h Torah R 'ligious ...I A former member of the \. rth Miami Beach Fire Department Little League, the celebrant is now a member of the Pony 1.' ague. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lang Bar Mitzvah reception Saturday night was held at Junior's Robert Fishr Morning services at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday, May 22, Will include the Bar Mitzvah of Ri bert R Fisher, Ri bert i> in the seventh grade %  at Nautili..Junior High, where he Woman with Fine Background ls ., member „f the Science club and plays clarinet in the band. H1a First Class Boy Scout in Troop 81 and is a newspaper carrier. n of Mr and Mrs Morton M. Fisher, 9200 Carlyle Ave., the celebrant will be honored at a lunch eon at the Temple following the 11 remonj Left to right are Max R. Silver. Phillip Schiff. Lewis Sternshein greqation. Aionovilz, past president, presents a plaque to Schiff and Sternshein "for their dedicated service to the synagogue as past presidents." Not shown is Frank A. Rose, who received a plague "for his outstanding and unstinting loyalty and devotion to the congregation." Beth David Reelects Silver President; Former Leaders Cited for Their Service •aki Viddnh. Hebrew. Germar %  • %  an, looking for position at mion to woman or gentlf•• "* Fa information Call 538-4541 fi urn 9 to 12 N jon Organizational Secretary lining in Billing. Filing, typmg ril need m grncr.il office .•.* Hebrew Yiddish s .in Phone 538 4541 N oon >nA.^ \ ^ ^^^^^^AAA^A* hOUSEKEEPtP 5 D i Wee!-, 4-8 p.m. tight Work, look Dinner Only. Kosher, 2 Adults, on Miami Beach, Write: H.f., Box 2973, Miami 33101 FOR SALE UN JERUSALEM. ISRAEL) yr,.i h.ive $10,000 ch.' Invest in lorn (mall apt. (12 personi) in Of Jeri.tali.-m ne.ir --Hechel area; central he.itinri & autoiot water; garden: quiet, i utiv "• %  v. Israeli frigidaire. Goldberg, i Renov Lincoln. Jjruaalem. Israel (airmail) Robin Pilier Ho bin. daughter of Mr and Louis Pilw r, 7815 Non mac u, will be Bas Mitzvah at Tem Menorah on Fridaj evening Maj i;. n ia student in the religious scho l and attends Nautilus jr High, where she is in U and the Apparatus Club She also studies modern jan with Bea ti ice 1.i\ erne. Reception in Robin's honor will .1,1 ,,i home following services. Out-of town 'in ts include grandther Mrs Ku [usta Rubin oi Norfolk. Va. • • • Joel Court (in Saturdaj afti rnoon, M at Temple Zion, Bar Mitzvah ol Joel, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Court, will ''<' observed SKIN DISEASES FRff CONSUtrATION A new approach to treatm nt and medication based on specialiied bluod and laboratory tests. JR. H. W. HAAG PI 7 721* "RABBI .ordained, college grod., univ. de-1 grce, good speak.-r, versed in eery j | section ol rabbinical & congrega • tional activities is intrestH in a I 'challenging pulpit. Write: J.Z., C o| I Box 2973. Miami, Ha. 33101 Max R. Silver was elected to serve as president for the see-on.! time at l!i-:li David Congregation. Elected to serve with him are: Vice presidents, Albert J. Beer, Max Jacobson, Manuel Lubel, Herschel u. jenthal and Robert Trauii treasurer, Harry Simon-, assistant treasurer, Frank A. Rose; financial secretary, S e y m o u r Friend; recording secretary, Men dell Selig. Board of Directors for three year : mis are Harold Berke, Herbert I in an. Walter Falk, Dr. Law i rg, %  II d g e Mitchell \ iraham Kasow, Aaron K; v itz I hi I re Lomaskin, Jo.,;,!, \, Fred Ossip, Alex Phil lips, sidnej Pozen Samuel Puder, Morn; '/. Leslie Rachline, Stanley Scher, Berl Sher, Norman Sholk, Seymour Some*"stein, and Leonard Wolf. | Hoard, of Directors for two-year termare Das. id Al erman, I 'Argintar, Sam Badanes, Maurice Daum, Dr Harry Horwich, Mrs Ben K izer, Robert Purisch, Henrj Ro en .irt< ii. MrLouis Seitlin, Shaw, Nathan Spie-elman. ome Stern. Samuel Traurig, Murray Turet-ky. Philip Warshaw, William Warshaw, Sidney Weiner, I William Weiner. Jerome Wemkle and William Weintraub Board of Directors f< r one year terms are Charles Aiielman. Mor ris Atkins, Benjamin Beck, Michael Covin, Harrj Cypen, Nathan Dalack Emm< r, Robert Felik, Herbert Frame, Maun..' Human. K lint r, Isadora Mayers. Samuel (M row sky. Joseph A. Ray. vis, Meyer Robbins, Frederick Scher, Lawrence Scherr, Stanley -i ieler, Charles '/.. Spingarn, and Edward Swerdlin. Board of Trustees are chairman. Samuel J. SpectOT, Sidney M Ar onovitz, Harry August, Murraj G i i hen, Judge Albert Dubbin, John Feller, Lotus Hi'.Mian Sam Herman [sadore Herskowitz, Max Jacobson, Henry Kamen. Sidnej Lefcourt, Harrj Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers, Phillip Schiff, Jacob Sher, Harrj Sim ns, Emanuel Smith. Julius Spector, Bernard A. SterI,, -a is s;i rnshein, N.it Zalka. ;. Schiff and Lewis Stern i n each Mere presented with a plaque for their dedicated service lo the synagogue in the enpacitj as past presidents, Robert Behar Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr. and Mr>. Moises Behar will celebrate his Bar Vlitzvah on Saturday, Maj 22, al Temple Emanu1:1 i; berl attends seventh gra > .,t • Junior High interested in are mat Mr an l Mrs R rto Behar, of of • Steven Marcus VI ; i ilrs. %  ,:,'. %  .i I West trimin the s and is interested in rts Robert Goldwasser S 22, al Temple Emanu El ill irtr elude the B i Mil n son of Mr and Mi Gerald G wasser. A seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, the celebrant ian outstanding athlete and Junior Olympic champion in the 50-yard dash. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mrs Samuel Sennet and Mr. and Mrs Alex Goldwasser. A reception in Robert's honor will be held on Saturday evening at the Seville Hotel. Jeffrey Rorhman On Saturday morning, May 22, at Temple Zion, Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs Berahard Rothman, and grandson of MrRebecca Rothman, will be Bar Mitzvah. Jeffrey, a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, plays clarinet m the school band. DELUXE GIFT llzal for Every Home! Orlando Invites Cantor Mandel Cantor Emanuel Mandel, of % orth Miami Beach, has been in I ,,\ ,1 to chant the High Holiday services in Orlando. In behalf of |on i lhe\ Shalom, the new president, Nathan Loeb, and R&bbi Rudolph J. Adler have can eluded arangem nts for the cantor to return for the second year. i During the pasl -i\ month-. C hanted at the It wish 11" ingreI .lai m and Southweel tdltri Bv.r. W01XMAN ISAMIR A GRAPHIC PRESENTATION OF THE: 99 BOOKS OF THE BIBLE 43 KINGS • 48 PROPHETS • 15 JUDGES G*nolog!col • CHronologicol Synchroncol Chorti • Plclut & Tt Acclaimed by oil Rabbit & Scholars lor easy looming of Jewish History. Fticinotinajy preented. 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    .-ciae 14-B ItHisI FtcrldFfor Friday, May 21. 1965 Incominq officers for 1965-1966 of the Greater Samuel Z. laffe. incoming treasurer; Allen Miami Rabbinical Association are (left to Rutchik, incominq secretory; and Haiold GorMt Rabbis Solomon Schiff, executive vice don, executive vice president of New York resident; Herbert Baumaard, outqoinq presiP.card of Rablvs. who was guest speaker at ierlt; Jonah E. Caplan. 'incoming piesident the installation meetinq of the association last Max A. Lipschitz, incoming vice president; week In Temple Beth Shclom. Rabbinical Association Installs Officers; 4C0 Community Leaders Attend Forum \ n "i Great h< id its ii "st anni • %  meeting las 1 • pli !' e : 1; SI -omc 100 persons attended, in iding laymen n ti the m .i i u i Jew ish organiza nd sj nagogui through mmunitj R Narot. ol Temple as i .• %  •,!! HI the e> •• %  u as bj H ibl I Sanford s?ltzer director of t he Southeast ouneil. I'nion 11 American Herev i ongregations Welcome was extended by Rabbi Leon Kronish, host rabbi. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am, South Miami, offered the outgoing president's report. A trtb • %  lo thi : unii al \i to its pa -t i resid J Hi .' %  sident ol the Gn Hi ,-i Jew I-!I Feder; I ion Past p dents were presented with plaques ol appreciation 1 In > in; i e R I t.1 -~ Simon April. 195 I I \ m Lehrman, 55-56; U %  K 57. Moi ris A Skop, 57 ii K Nan %  AH ed W ixmai 5 Can i i, Bornstein ol Tem pie Israel ol Gn lei Vliami In-tallation of the i %  ol \ ..te I li;. Rabbi Hai II ve vice presi enl • \< Vork Board was icsl speaker Officers installed included Rabbis Samuel Z. Jaffe, Temple Beth El, Hollywood, reelected treasurer Allen Rutchik, director. Southeast Region, United Synagogue of America, secretary; Max A. Lipschitz, Congregation Beth Torah, vice president; and Jonah E. Caplan, Temple Adath Yeshurun, president. Rabbi Solomon Schtff, of < on gregation Beth El, continues aexecutive vice president, and wain charge of arrangements. Outgoing secrctarj la RaM>l liar old Riehter, Congregation B'naJ Raph Rabbi Murraj Alstel gave the %  lietion on 'he occasion of his fiftieth annivei sary in the rab ate Refreshments were served i>\ the Temple Bet* Sholom Sister hood Planning campaign strateqy for the election of Aaron Farr o the Miami Beach City Council on June 1 are (left to riant Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, campaign co-chairman; Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, campaiqn chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr, wife of the andidate; and. supervisinq the discussion, Aaron Farr. Folk School Season Closes • oi the c u r r e n i semester luncheoi fi David Pinski F k School was held on May 1 al the home of luncheon chairman, Mi ;>^l Mrs A Ravinsky, 353 West 17* st Proceeds from the lunchi ons which will resume in Octobe channeled to the school tend Mrs Max Astor, financial secre t.-.ry. has announced thai in September the school will be I al U24 Drexel Avc Stanley Richard, Gershon Miller, Zev Koqan and Andre Bialolenki endorse the reelection of Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard. The rally, given in the Mayor's honor, was hosted oy Prof, and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki at their home, 520 E. DiLido Dr Some 200 persons attended. Also playing ho3t to Mayor Richard at their hame last weekend were Mr. and Mrs Jonas Brotman, 1818 23rd St., Sunset Island 3 where more hundreds of Miami Beachites turned out in behalf of the Mayor's campaiqn for reelection June 1. Wolfson to Head Guidance CSinscs r i F Wolfs n was i d< nl ••! the Dade Count} \Child Giiid nee I cs. a I nited Fui e. at its annu '•'• • s al the l verglades H Oth( r office s elected ere H Steward Conklin, vice president; M Mar} Wells Milam. secretary: D R hard Mead Jr Ireas urer Newl} elected lo the board were George Dann, Mrs Emanuel Gold strich, Robert Hartnett, Dr, William Nyhan and Mrs Robert Koep pel. charter hoard members are Mrs Julius Alexander. ii:-i president; Vtwood Dunwody, past president Di • Stephen Wright and Dr James Lancaster were presented with I ies Dai id Tv .on. chief ol the Crim*" Delinquency Section, and Dr Eli B mental health consultant ol the National Insti tuto for Mental HeaUh, reported on the ne" trends in mental heal h expand pi i %  '".! :• m the eon. n unit} The \>n^<' Count} fluid Guid e ('link pro> i Ies ps} chiatrii -, i\ ices to emoti >n ill} distui I i• n and theii families, offers i i nsultation s< ri< PS to prh ate ic health, education and wel a tem ies i ourts, ph} sicians in other prote--ion.ilTribute Slated For Concord Hotel Founders By Special Report KIAMESHA LAKE. N V A tribute to the memor) ol Arthur and .lean Winarick, founders oi the world famous Concord Hotel at Riamesha Lake. \ Y will be held at the 12th annual fund lais ing dinner of the Monticello Hos pital on Jane 9. i The local community hospital, only a few miles from the Con eoid. was one ol The active eliarit %  interests "f the Winaricks The dinner will lake place al the hotel Designation of the event as a memorial tribute is unique in the 12 year history of the $100 a couple fund-raising event. It is also unique in the 40-yeai history of the community non profit hospital. Nevei bi fore accordinj lo a : it a I offi< ial has anj •red b} the institution The w irii I wen umu poo pie They were pace setters foi the awell as ior the hospital I In 5 concerned them serves with the important details oi furrffltng the needs of people. %  They realized at the very outset that with their own hotelgrowth and the emergence ol Sullivan County as an International vaca tion-convention center, line com munit} sen-ices would be B neces Sit} for both _in rts and emv-orked towards this B %  • re hosts at man} *st I and contributed deal tn the rowth community institution i members of the Com ord loii!management familj e Board oi Ti '! the II itj hospital Ray i Ho Hospital trustee /en years G ick executive director of "' '' i eight years He n pleti .I thrci i onsecu m. ..president ol the hos r'ollowii .: the death ol Arthur in 1964. the em d business associates ol '" %  created the Arthur Winarick Mem,,rial Fund for Cardiolog} Development at the Monticello Hospital Norman Bruce Brown Post Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Jewisb War Veterans, held n white elephant sale at Pythian Hall on Tuesday evening. *ob5 RICHARD WOLF SON Dade Democrats Elect Mizrach l..,n\ Mizrach ol South Miami. will be the 1965-66 president of the YOUTH Democratic Club of Dade 1 ii.nii) Mi/: eft ha 1 an .,, live membei ol the Y >ung Den rati< Clitb for a number ol yeai on the Board of Directors litr.? In 1963 and 1964. he was 1 nnd vice pi esidenl "i I he chib and is current first vice president ol the Hade Group In addition, he was state chairman in 1963 through 1965 of the Young Democrat's Club of Florida Awards and Honors Committee. He was chairman for the Young Democrats in 1964 of the Johnson-Humphrey c a m p a i gn and was membership chairman of the group for the past year. Mizrach also serves n\ iee i hairman ol the Metropolitan Dade County Industrial Advisory Board and is secretary-treasurer ol the Florida ChildrenWear Manufae turerGufld He a 9 graduated from the University of Florida The Dade Count} Young Democratic dull 1one oi the moot aclive political nations in the with some 1,500 members Mizrach, his wife, sheila, and two so. liv< al 5821 s\\ 63rd <'t S, nth Miami MffRr MI2RACH Temple Beth Am Summer Program Temple i'. 1 1 h \m n 1 plele -aminer program w ill i>i 1 -• nte .eJune 1 I %  Mil (III) of two 4 Mrs Norm an V voter.1 1 pn hool '. ill be in 1 n d 1 > 1 old. who will attend on a hall da) schedule Swimming will be a pai of th Limiti d L-nrollmenl 1planned Children fn m :> through 12 will '"' on a full day schedule with special 111-triietion 111 arts and crafts, swimming, singing, dam and sports Elaine Furst, teacher at the Cutter Ridge Junior High School, will IMadministrative mperviaor of the ••amp. with .lu-ry Katzen. head counselor Swimmin... will lx> under the di' rectioo of a qualified Red Cross in. 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    friday. May 21. 1965 +Jenlsl fkrHltr Paqe 15-B lebrew Academy Reelects Merwitzer [o Serye Fourth Term as President Mi rwito r, three > e a r n [ • i the Hebrew Academy j ( Miami on Miami Beach, I ( >le< ted to .1 fourth term %  .c I j|, pv •,-. r from Pittsburgh, Pa 1 been a resident i>f Miami j 26 %  • %  %  I ider and philanihropist. He I vice president of the for seven years prior to i.. i term f office u preaiMerwitier was chairman of tie Academy Building Committee Iwhen the new school was built Lt 2400 Pine Traa Dr., and donated $100,000 toward the building proiect. I he Hebrew Academy s Administration Building is I named after him. II.' iactive in Israel Bonds. nmbined Jewish Appeal. Jewish tatinnal Fund. Greater Miami He jfrvw Free Loan Society, afesivta Greater Miami, and has been I oi Beth Tiilah Congregai 12 years lot 1 officers elected were DnI : Uidron, Harrj Genet, B. I. ler, honorar} life presidents; ris Bienei feld, Charles Pruchl Vri hie Greenbei g, J a %  o h Kaufm iii. Jacob Cohen, Marcie Liberman, Raymond Rubin, and W'olfie Cohen, honorar) vice presi dents; Samuel Reinhard, first vice president; Leonard Rosen, chairman, Bo rd of Direct) rs; Maurici Revitz, chairman, Executive Committee; Charles Charcowsky. Joseph Cohen, Irving Firtel, Joeepb Goosor, Professor George Pickar, Oscar Mamber, Jacob Rifkin, and Louis Kiidni.k. vice presidents; Jerome Bienenfeld. treasurer; Dr. M a I h e w Zuckr-rm.in, assistant t-eisurer .?<>rry e h-'Ver, finvn. eial secretary; Benjamin Appel, auaitor; Hear) reocnensky, eor responding secretary; and Herman Blsenberg, genera] secretary. I 'il. • '• %  %  I. I .1 '.. ... ,-,, u, ,-. '' %  >• %  ''. Ill i man I la* h, V.\ i I'M ril. i man III rk, Mui mj IV k.. In H t>ln I: .,. ki ',i. '• lltunk i ii nil I 'iI...H,\. i: tiim, Nathan '.. Man IVaktnr, 1...111|...vx Mun 1 mi.:. 1 1 i,ui 1 mill 11 M Ivlii KnaLind. %  f Idrlman, III III 111 I II I I 1 I !._._! ,._. %  1 ne v face at Doral. wellpiown on Miami Beach, is jpu'.ar Chero and His Latin prchestra. currently holdinq |ow:i the bandstand at the jral Shell Lounqe. Chero m.i? to Doral via such eminnt r.iteries as the Havana I in New York, and the bleau and Diplomat Miami Beach. Prior to f ; to the States. Chero \ rtured at the famed f 1 in Havana, and led popularity as a l D throuqhout Latin \ Chero leads his itin Drum i as tunes that :owds to the fe Sisters Dinner Party I I true Sisti i 1 rty in the t tsanova [ 1 Deauv-Ule Hotel Mrs was in charge of ar.....,,i. l.llfcl.innt I, > Il.tl I' Ml* III).Ill ll>man ilalbut. Jan.,. %  : %  .,, %  \\ Ren /1. '1 llnalmrx. N ilium 'Jinn Mnrrix HoMfarh, \l %  lol Ii inn Wlllian 1 tl, I >r I '• 1, Kati, 1; K %  %  K %  11 ,„.,„ IKIIIOI K .. 11 1:. \ ; II 1 %  %  ... II. M. Ullli-r. M • %  • ..-„ 1: %  1 • >-i : 11 ': %  Nil I %  • %  M 11 > xx .' V'.-l S I • in I Man Ti in. Inn %  1 %  .1 % %  • x Kuril 1 %  nan. .In.!.. 1 *•-•>> %  %  1It*, nbm \ lira ; %  \. \ 1.. .;. i-. %  x %  %  il 1x1 iirff, Mi > • r 1 ioldati In, I -II id I.. \ 11. %  • Hai •lorriM 1 %  nu in. KdM 1 .I N-wi in, 1 .... 1 I ItliMIH-, VVIIIIa 1 Kill.III. indli Max Sh< %  • man, I >r 11 :•. M. man • lm %  ..11 1, Mi ri /•• 'in. .111.1 Mai K I. H.i Lorber Chapter Awards Luncheon Annual awards luncheon of the Lm hi iter, Children's Asthma Researi h Institute Vnd Hospital al Denver, is on the calendar for 'l iiesd %  the Doral Beach nor l h ipters Mrs 1 Ills Mrs Sej hen Present ., 11 rls is undi in ol Mi %  Pen \ \ in Mrs M.i. na t Servici Vwi x ill be presented bj Mrs Sidi Sai in memor> oi her husband, Mrs Gerald Klugei man, president, \x ill present Lorber s Man of the N ear Aw ard LOUIS MMWITZfR Dade Eyemen Elect Dr. Sezzin Dr. Maey Sezzin. of 9881 E. Bayshore Dr.. has been elected presi dent of the Dade County Optomet ric Association, succeeding Dr. Arthur Helfman. of North Miami. Other officers elected are I>r George Pena, presidentelect; Dr. William s Pintzow, firsi vice presi dent; Dr Leonard Margolis, Becond vice president; I)r Ler y Diamond, third vice president; Dr II Taylor, secretary: Dr. Leonard Cherdack, treasurer; Dr. Bernard A Appleanl .it arms; and direc tors Drs Steve Morris, M.M Gard%  %  nd Frank 11 Pearce Dr Sezzin, a native of Baltimore, xeii ins education at .1 Hopkins University, the University ni Miami and the Massachusetts Coll. a of 1 in metrj He lias bet 1 .1 local resident since 1946. and has active in Florida \ ision Foundation, Miami Shores Lions and ilpha Kpsili n Pi Alumni 1 iiii> nt Greater Miami The in '\ officers were installed ,1 dinner dance held last week ul the Carillon Hotel. fff. MACY SIZZIN Or Olom School In Season's End Or 0 i to hold its the Year program for • %  ., ten a n d nurserj i-l.iss %  rhui -i!a\. 1 .1 in 'I. mplo :' 1 m entitled Sprint l 1 M \.il .x.is to .over approach and advancement over the past year in areas ol pre-school learning. Muis to be pro> idM .1 bj school musical director, Mrs Sol Colsky d i.a. her .Mrs. ii Goldberg Pre kindergarteachers are Mcsdames El Lorch, David Weinstein anl George Prutoff, aasiated bj Mrs. R ., K i li .' Ill %  %  h. i I.. .'ii>. i Mi licit) w int., HI. i •i nn.l lilldn s. i :. xx i i,..|,i Maj ID at • ;..i a. n i .,n. i ni ii,,ni, MILLS. Klht-I i: '..'. .if ll>.' NK '.I-'II.I > : I M.i x I .. Kn. I I TESSLER. Mu | ..,,. ..1 %  ... \].; 11I1 Avi died Max ; 1 s. x 1 ,, Itroi.kl.x n 1:1 s. UNTLRivtAN, IV :. ,. .j, ,,, ;• • s\\ ill. a Ma. I %  : BORAKS. 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I : S II...I A|H s. > i11 11. : %  GETZLER. I... HI-. >T. iif II \ %  .I1.1I Vpl : Si r> li %  in Ni •i ..• k I'll) llix. 1 M.I. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J U DlC A L C I RCU I T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 5526 MAIti il i:i:i 11: IS, >\.N 1 %  ii ill. x I \\ II SAX I >S. I • %  I ti. I.i in &UI 1 FOR DIVORCE T11 l>AVII> SANHS %  %  • I. all x I'-i-.-lil., 111. xi 1., :.. n< MUM • haul 1 In \\ a-li ni;l..11. I • 1 ^ %  %  11,1 x in NIIIIIH, an Ifli ,1 %  i,.,: a Illll %  %  ... .... n ih. la. Ill %  ... Sir. an. I %  %  I %  ll ; I %  %  -ill s ... X \ li -I X M.I > 1 ..". XIA N x' llll NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Ch.incery No. 65C '.210 Ti 1 \VI Il Inn. r, I'AHnl, LYNN i \ \< 1 VV IT/. %  VI %  %  I N .1 \Ni AX i.MAN B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Social Singles \x 1 hold a dance on Saturday night the Shelborne Hotel. St. Louis Club Party St. Louis Club held its install tion dinner party in the Deauvill Hotel on Sunday. Mrs. David Da\' was in charge oi arrangements LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUR~ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66611 -B IN Hi: Hal Ii ill 11 iH l'l\>lxV -• .OTiCE OF PROBATE I > A I K 11 IN N x ... • 1 : %  1:1 1 %  %  %  %  ^ a iM \l xN: ... 11 .x ,|\li %  •'..Ms I %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT O" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5547 UAI'IIAKI. W II VISI.KY, I I.. \ V'IROINIA 1: \ 1 si. 1 \ I >. '.Ililalll SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti VIHiilNIA HA Is'LKY 11.1 w n V.ill, V IIKil.NIA I! M.-l.l^ .,: %  hi imliriml il...1 .. Hill .a r.impla • .. •! .11: ttl 1 %  PBTVl i|>) IM<-adlii II ilnt ..11 Hi.I'IHIII x n. > .-ii \I:I.I:S M KE1.I. 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    Greater Miami Y Board Eyes Program; 9eWlSh Floridian Presents S447,000 Operating Budget Miami, Florida, Friday. May 21. 1965 Section C UAHC Leader Honored Here Byron Cherkas. president of Trnol< Beth Am. inno"n***d ia c| .\eek the appointment of Marshall Peuer, attorney and member of nard of Beth Am. as chairman of the Reform Jewish Appeal It of the Union of American Congregations and the He on College-Jewish Insti lute ol Religion •m nt of Kiuer was the r of I breakfast hell at •he Temple on Sunday at 10 a.m. Robert H. Newman, president of the Southeast Region of UAHC here was honored at the breakfast for his devoted service to Reform Judaism." The presentaticn o' a plaque to Newman was made by Circuit Court Judge Harold B. Spaet. Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, regional of the Union of American I ongregations, brought Itabbi Herbert M. Baumgard is spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am pADt COUNTY Ft *" demt Tedmy 4 Aifirt Paul Faske. recently installed president of the YM and YW11A of Greater Mi;.mi, conducted the first meeting of the newly-elected Board of Directors of the "Y" at > new facility at 8500 S\V 8th St. Faske said that tlie first organiza. tional meeting inducted the election of the Executive Committee, rientation cf the board to its re%  I'ui: -ibilities, approval of the 1965 Derating budget, progress report in the Committee on Programming n the S:i! hah. approval of the Suburban League Officers Listed If em her %  of the Suburban held their annual installaeremoniea at Variety ChllHospital on Wednesday at 8 15 Mrs Uan Herts srs Installed 1 succeeding Mrs Ar thur Pi pper. icipating in the installation U Mrs Edward W Broidj 1 ati >i 1 si of thSuburban Lea ue and noted philanthropist :l> donated $50,000 to 'h' hospital, iburban league flnaneaa of two cancer patients at trie center as. Its major ", se rvi ce project. Fficers installed are Mrs Levitt, Mrs Sam BerkoMrs W James Orovitz, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs Larry Mi/ presidents; Mrs. Barry onding •• crel Mrs it Morrison Jr record rj Mrs Allan Sobel, Mrs Harold Taylor, D retary; Mrs Richard : : larian; Mi Mace) ..in. are Mrs. Norman David Summer. Mrs is ami Mrs Richard I %  of Governors are Mrs %  %  pper, Mrs Charles Himird PaUot, Mrs Da Balancing the traditional scales of justice is Judge Sam I. Silver, president of the Dade County Bar Association, at a recent Law Day ceremony sponsored by the Dade County Student Traffic Safety Council at the Metro Justice Building. The council presented the association and Metro traffic couit judges with plaques. From left are William Frawley. council adviser; Judge Silver; David Goriine, of Miami Beach High, council president; and Mark Goldberg, of Southwest High, council treasurer. Workmen's Circle Has Busy Week Week starting last Friday was a busy one for members 01 Workmen's Circle branches. Max rlaakeU, chairman of branch 28. announced a regular meeting Friday afternoon m the auditorium of Washington Fadoral, 1224 Washington \\Bernard Bnist. general agent of Union Fidelity Life Insurance Co explained the group policy b me formed for members over b'.i yi of age. in the evening, at 'J"> Washington Ave., branches played host to Raymond Gebiner, executive secretary. Council of Organizations of United Hias Service. A new Hias film, "He who Saves a Single Life." narrated by Theodore Bikel was shown. tin Saturday evening Beach Branch met at Miami Beach Federal at 71sl St. Reservations are still 1 pen for the installation dinner show this Sunday at the Carillon Hotel A discussion on mutual funds investment "ill be part ol the < 1 program. Miami Branch 1050 held elec tion of officers last Sunday evening at 1545 SW 3rd St. National president. Jacob Zuker man. spoke at a meeting of the Workmen's Circle on Tuesday at 25 Washington Ave Zukerman was in Miami Beach to address the national convention of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union in session at the Deauville Hotel. Zukerman was also in Washington, D.C., recently with over 200 members "t the Workmen's Circle and Jewish Labor Committee, who had escaped from Nazi concentra i. %  •',111and went to Washing ton. to say Thank you, U S.A I" l B. Shaoiro, president of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom. turns over a check for S500 to Allan Solomon, direcJ 0 01 ine Union of American Hebrew Congregations Regional Ccrr.p in Cleveland. Ga.. while Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual eader of Beth Sholom. looks on. The Brotherhood of Beth Sho lc "'"' JFporta the youth activities program. Recipients of full scholarships have been Helen Davis, dauahter of Mr. and M's. Philip Davis, and Marsha Sterner, daughter of Mr. and Martin Stinr. The camp, located 76 mile )l '• % %  fonP "'. '11 the Blue Ridge mountains, is operated en c no:i\\ n asis and is a direct affiliate of the Union ct American Academy Women Advance Project Mrs Leonard Rosen, president of the Hebrew Academe Women. presented Louis MerwiUer, incident of the Academy, with a check at the annual Brick and Binvan Hank Luncheon last wee! The check brought the annum: gii 1 p ti ward $50,000 that the Wo • 1 n's Croup made toward the dec! ication ol the School's kitchen up %  The Hebrew Academy Women pn \ iously dc licated the Ida I pel Auditorium w ith funds 1 ed in 1 Binj an B a n i< s through the purchase ol I ricks Som< 201 lendi func lion Day" ol all Binyan Ba %  .. '. nan iid thai "the aim of the Binyan 1: ink projecl 1to plat 1 every Jewish home in our c< : unitj ••Vi • 11 e l> 1 e w Acadi m) la a community school, it belongs to the people, and it is most fitting thai these brick boxes be a famil iar object throughout the area," -ani Mrs, Julius Rosenstein. co chairman ol Binyan Banks. nunt locally, regionally, and .atCnally. • I)is:uss:on of the purposeof the agency program, as appro ed by the Joint Study Committee of the YMHA and the Greater Miami li wish Federation. • The role and re-ponsibilr.ies Of b;.ard members and the wa> in which committees operate. E ch member of the board serves or. at least one major program and ->ne major administrative commitve. • The responsibilities of the s"aff. %  per capita" plan for participation H the National Jewish Welfare I***" 1 !" ** ^^SJTSli the utilization of tnumd social group work supervisors, early ch I hood development profession (I Fair Siiare Flan, and discus ion < the pn ? ed Employment -"-"ivies for Senior Citizens mem. 1 I the Y" in a Joint Jewish lua 1;h and Physical education Staff, 1 < rs Vocational S rrvice—YMHA project. with special emphasis on the positions Of director of Jewish CUL Faske announced appointment of j tuxal programs, and director if he following board members to erve as chairmen of standing com•1 tt(( Program, A. Budd Cutler, chairman; membership, Sam Heiman, chairman, Richard Brickman, cc-chairman; budget, James BresIcw, chairman; camping, Milton Balsam, chairman, Eugene Garfield, co-chairman; ECD, Mrs. Miltcn Sirkin, chairman; house. Jack Katzman and Jack Schenkman, co chairmen; fund • raising and functions, Leonard Luria, chairman; personnel, Leon Epstein, chairman. Executive Committee of the YMHA is composed of the above tamed chairmen of standing com-' mittees and the following elected fficers: President, Paul Faske; honorary resident. llerschcl Rosent.hal; vice presidents, Marshall S. Harris. William S. Ruben. Sam Seitlin; treasurer. Norton PaUot: assistant treasurer, Milton Balsam: recording secretary, Mrs Jack Katzman; t< rn ponding secretary, Michael 11. Salmon; financial secretary Dr. Philip Samet Committee also includes the following rnaanjbera of the beard. Dav'd B. Fleeman. Leon Kaplan. Leu. ne Katz, Sidne> Laflger, Morris Levitt. Donald Reiff. Efraim 11 Gale, executive direcor cf the "Y," led a board orientation discussion which included • \ histi ry of ihe YMHA move peciai events and mass programs. Faske presented the operating ;idge4 pn osal tor H*o in the amount f $117,000. The budget devek pad by special meetings of he newly-elected officers. Faske explained that "this is a n' i budget presentation sin:e it .ndudes plans and projections for 166 and future years ••in this way, the agency w'I be planning for the present, for le immediate fu'urc. and for the nlet five to ten years in all aspectof service to the community." he added. The budget was adopted for sub-.ussion to the Budget Commit'ee of the Greater Miami Jewish l -deraUon. A report on the Special Committee on Programming on the Sabbath was made by Leon Kaplan. The committee, under tKe chairmanship of Marshall Harris, has been reviewing the experience of other YMHAs and Jewish Community Centers made available by the National Jewish Welfare Board, examining the needs locally, and anticipates making recommendations on how the YMHA might recommend policies and specific programs to enrich the Sabbath and be in consonance with the Sabbath. A new met.'nd of support of the National Jewish Welfare Board, the parent organization of .lev h 11 immunity Centers and YMli Vs, Continued on Page 2-C Fashion show, presented bj; dfeftefcyji. Way 1 Inia of New York, was anan-ert %  ^ff YM-YWH \I,s Charles Sunn'! program] <,{& then lami Wi by chairman, who narrated and en scribed the array ol gowns and casual wear modeled bj men Congregations, of which Beth Sholom is pa:t. t s-ssions start on June 15 and go thiouqh the month of AugBosi ih "is • 1 live \ ici li nt, and Mrs In Firtel hosted thi champa :. ,•! ption which preceded the 2, marked the oflicial opening of the pool at the A, 8500 SW 8th St., when some 500 members i'.ies turned out to splash in the Olympic poo!, the largest in Dade County, and enjoy the handball, tennis and other "Y" facilities. A kosher snack bar furnished a valiety of refreshments. Shown poolside is Paul Faske (second from left\ president of the "Y." as he watches eiqh>'-year-oid Rhonda Rose take her first dive. The "Y" has just launched a capital funds camDaian for S'2.5 million to amortize the new facilities in West Miami, and to construct similar structures in Noith Miami and Miami Beach.



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    Page 2-C Jmtsti fhridUan Friday, May 21 1965 E C 7 \ %  —, ?li o Mi 3c a Tifereth Jacob Slate Installed instamitBon \ TVPM ie and a iii Temple i ; %  '• ;i %  S I'II ri gp • %  Temp'. • Dr. Lfl Salhanick, p esidi n!. icV Wil vice Joel Gro • %  bership; Mrs. Norm a rurner, i retary; Mrs Kaj Linaaten, treasurer, Sisterhood officers %  e Mrs A 'i mi Klein, president; Mrs Sadye Lebowitz, vice president, ways an means. Mrs. Jeanne Schulmaii viee president, mcmhi i ship. Mrs. Kay Lmvaton. vice president, programmim; and culture. Mis. Anne Graenberg, vict president, youth: recording secretary. Mrs Fvelyn Silverman: c orr eapondiag secre tary. Mrs Harriet Klmjier: treasurer. Mrs Mildred Wascowitt. Harry Feldman (right), champion concert ticket seller, is congratulated by William Bomstein, vice presiden'. of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, for his achievement in selling the most concert tickets to the Jewish National Fund spring festival concert on Apr. 20 at Miami Beach Auditorium. •> Board Eyes Program; Presents $447,000 Budget Continued from Page 1-C as well as providing services for n and women in the Armed vices and Veterans Administra. tion Hospitals, was approved by the Board oi Directors. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation provides support for the Armed Services Program Of the National Jewish V. eliare Board, while YMHAs provide support through budgetary allocations and add a small per capita fee to existing membership dues. A S2 per capita family membership will be effective as of July ] tor all new and renewal memberships. Final item Of business included the discussion oi a pn>posed employment service for senior citizen members of the "Y" through the cooperation and direction of the Jewish Vocational Service oi Greati. Miami. In this proposed plan, the t; Iden Age Friendship Club at the new facility, under the presi den.y of Boris Cutler, will review • .. possibilities of an employment service whereby senior citizens will make their skills available, within their capabilities and Units, to numbers of the community. A trained counselor from the Jewish Vocational Se r vi ce and a trained group worker from the YMliA will give guidance and direction to the program. 52 Association Slate Elected Miss Jeanne Trattler has been elected president of the 52 association of Greater Miami, to serve for a second term and will be in stalled at the Barcelona Hotel on Sunday at 6 p.m. Dr. Sidney Selesnick, director of the Veterans Hospital at Coral Gables, will be installing officer. Others on the slate include vice presidents, Nat Glaser, Miss Bettj Greishcr, Mrs Rose Spiegel. Mrs Philip Kaufman; treasurer, Mrs. J. George Schwartz: record ing -.eeretary. Mrs Bermee Burke: financial secretary, Mrs Gertrude Reisenbach; corresponding secre tary. Mrs Jack Wruble. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGEO MI OJ roc /TS THRIFT SHOP All Your M att ers, Cloffelsf, linens, Dishes, Drapes, ffe. 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Gittebon, education director of Beth Torah Religious School, congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosen, of 1160 NE 211th Ter.. and their son. Robert, who received the Ner Tamid Scoutinq Award at Beth Torah at Friday everur.q setvices. A student in third grade of Beth Torah Reiiqious School Robert is also a first class Scout in Troop 469 under 8M lecc ership of Clarence Graham. Rabbi Max Lipschitz ;> Beth Torah spiritual leader. Zamora Ladies' Slate Enacted Temple Zamora Sisterhood held annual installation of officers on Wednesday evening in the Social Hall. Mrs. Max Jacobson. vice president. Florida Branch of the National Women's League inducted the following: Ifeedames Leo EsIrreis. president: Israel Kusner. Ike Cordon. Leah Friedson. Marilyn Reiter. Morris Josepher. trice presidents; I-eon Honig, Harold Shuman. Louis Chartor. secretaries; Nathan Goldy, treasurer; Ann Goldberg, parliamentarian. Chairmen on the Board of Di rectors are Mcsdamcs William Lauretz, sunshine; Sidney Lucker. 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    Friday. May 21. 1965 + h-nisi rhrkttan Paqe 3-G UNDERSTANDING OF THE MANY SENSITIVITIE S The Story of Jesus on Screen :' ""--Si %  *•—crZ-VH By NATHAN ZIPRIN celved an invitation to 1It m l a showing of "The Greatest oon Ever Told," 1 hesitated to ac• %  j, | ifear i might be called i witness .i visual recording that vl ; prove offensive to Jewiafa sensibilities Would a Jewish com mentator, I asked myself, be pardoned if. '" commenting on the ibordinated the cinematic he production to %  con: the substantive valuea lewiah community <>f the I -lory Ol JeWa by lion in the most imthe maaa media? More qtM JtiOO was: Is tbc vens — United Artists .! -The Greatest Storj I or bad for Jew the answer is that us and bis associates ., ied the story <•) the ...:th a real understand. % %  sensitivities of the Jews, appreciation of the i as opposed to the : thai have accumur the years. With a rwothousend year background of religious persecution engendered in large pert by the allegation that the Jews killed Christ it is no wonder that Jewry should approach "The Greatest Story Ever Told" with a subjectivity that overrides all other considerations. There are several aspects to consider. riber one is the scene of ntation of Jesus and I Roman Governor. Here I t is left that Jesus is con I .i political troublemaker, I ii the ultimate responsibility %  for : tfixion is Roman. Pilate I ys I have the |M>\ver to I or set you free I lows ear her scenes in which Medical Center |Ho!c!s Brunch Miami Chapter of the % %  li< I ei r I eld its i officers n Shelborne lloti 1 followed bj i %  idenl is M iss Ma • president, Mrs Jo 11 ording -• i retarj. s; financial sect e • h Has) man; I i i Esther Lewis; memrman, Mn Gi 1 • Mrs Josephine I Pilate and Herod express concern over the revolutionary aspects oi '.he spell-binding Jesus Then take tiio Sanhedrin scent Hi.picture clearlj portrays the S inhedrin leadership as a politically corrupt, Quishng-type puppet group doing Herod's bidding. Caiaphas, the Sanhedrin leader, is shown as politically beboldei Herod who gave him leadership bj shunting aside the more liberal Shemiah. The Sanhedrin trial, itself, is clearly recognizable m t h e avei movii goer as "rigged." Nicodemus, one if the Sanhedrin members, not notified in advance of the trial I— that an attempt was made to have only those present "ho would crucify Jesus and thus oblige th limn.in civil government, Nicodemus says: "But many men of the Sanhedrin are not here, men who think as I do. Those who think as I do are not present. Only those who think as you do are present." And, then again, Nicodemus voices the plaint of Jews opposed to the crucifixion when he says: "Are we all Romans now that we disregard decency and justice hold secret courts and try innocent men in the dead of night." In the etui, the Sanhedrin condemns Jesus, the action that has been the eXCUSC lor almost tWO thousand years of the charge that the .lews killed Jesus, that Jews were guilty of delcide, a charge that was never theologically wered until the recent issuance in Rome of the statement by the CathoMc church on the subject. I'nlike all previous motion pictures, or Passion Play versions of the life and death of Jesus, ••The Greatest Story Ever Told" has seemingly been conceived and produced in the ecumenical spirit oi our daj It is very likely that 'his picture through its mass appeal and wide dissemination, will i mere to dispel the 'Christ killing" charge thai has unjustly plaJ< s o\ er the centuries. The i icture, itself, is ,i ma eently photographed story of the | life of Jesus from his birth in the manger to his crucifixion and resurrection. The story naturally fol. lows the New Testament. Whal gives this version of the life of Jesus piquancj from the Jewish view is the emphasis on his Jewishnew It has been produced in what is called Judaic-Christian tradition Jesus is most definitely pOTtrayed as a Jew. When he enters the Temple, hikisses the nie/ii/ah: he prays in the ancient Hebrew tradition; m\<\ he Is heard to say. Hear. 0 Israel. The Lord our God, the Lord is one." i "The Greatest Story Ever Told" is the sort of film you would exDec! from George Stevens, the man who produced and directed "The Diary of Anne Frank." Conceived in the spirit of brotherhood and produced with the care and sensitivity that befits its sub• !• ct, •'The Greatest Story Ever i oid" is a fascinating screen bio graph) of a historic figure that illuminates the universality of reli gion. Though any life of Jesus must bj its very nature be Christ| ological, the Stevens film should not offend the sensibilities of Jews or communicants of other faiths %  %  m\ should, because ot the ecumenical spirit in which it was written, enacted and produced, be a powerful force for building better understanding between men of all faiths. This gives it a significant plus factor above and beyond the undoubted cinematic values of an historic story, a rare panoramic ity of setting and a distinguish. ,i east 01 players. North wall of the entrance hall to Temple Or Olom feature* this life-size mural of a Tree of Life, with the Hebrew letters denoting "Chai" above it. Mrs. Murray Kaye, executive se:retary of the Temple, and a pest president of the Sisterhood. brought the idea back from New York City and approach sd Cantor Nico Feldman, whose paintinqs she had seen, With the idea of reproducing such a tree. Cantor Feldman. whe -.r background covers an international career in opera and concert, 'ook his pallette and brush in hand and set to work jr. the mural. Members will donate Chai," or S18. to have theu names inscribed on each leaf. Cantor Feldman has been w. Temple Or Olom since July, 1964. Samuel Putierman a president of the Temple. Rabb; Samuel April is spirit.:, leader. Beach High PTA Meets for Brunch Kubaiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel was the setting for Miami Beach Senior High School PTA as some 200 parents and teachers met for brunch on May 4th to say farewell to outgong officers and to witness installation of new offi cers. Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Farl Pertnoy were chairmen of the af fair. 1:. stalled as president was Mrs Theodore Kipnis. Gavel was pre sented by outgoing president. Mrs Lillian Eisenberg Other officers installed \ re president elect, Mrs. Jerome ison; vice presidents. Mrs. S.ig Firitlian, Mrs. Audrey Greenv Mrs Harry Needlcman. PS. Ralph Mervis; treasurer. -. Quentin Sandier, treasurer of -upI ply store. Mrs. Larry Friedland; : recording secretary. Mrs. T dore Struhl; corresponding v [tarv. Mrs. Leo Asher. Mrs Miiton Weiss was msta officer. Steve Moore is primip* .f Miami Beach Senior High Scr TELL THEM ABOUT .WELCOME „ A A WAGON If >CJ know of i family who his just IF,ed in your community, bs tell them ibout Welcoms ftajon. They will be delighted with tn tasHet of gifts and helpful n'oimition they will receive from I Our hostess, a symbol of the com• s tiaditionil hospitality. Or I you miy call b Wcl .'Icomcj El\ajJ)ti HI 8-4994 jnicoai NEWCOMUSI ^ %  '• to. PM to let ui kno* you're him* fat, N'M* ho.e the Welcome Wooer, H s coll on me. 1 *oulJ like to subscribe to "N 'Jewish Floridian. f "l out coupon and mail to u C cu 0,io D et., %  0. Box 2973, Miami, Ma.



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    1 a s r b h Page 4-C +Jeist> ncridifon The Shadow Of Cuba By MAX LERNER A ineml of mine, who knows Latin America bettor than I do. says it will be a toaf, hot summer m the Caribbean. Certain!) what has hap pened in Santo Domingo, turning a lowel) ettj into a obarnei-bouse, suggests Diat there an volcanic political passions in tho area. Tlic bloodshed wean the aapeel not only of a rebellion but of a civil war. with long-standing hatreds coming into play and old accounts being settled. In this jungle of passions. anti-American hatred emerged very early in the rebellion. President Johnson had to act swiltly to get American civilians out. But most political decisions have plural, not •ingle, motives Saving entered the Dominican Republic to save lives, the American troops have stayed to prevent anarchy, seal off the chances of a ''omnuini.-l takeover, and await the beginnings of a new frame of political order. One's first impulse is to say that this was a monstrous blunder, awakening Ion;.: muted memories of Marine landings and gunboat diplomacy, and feeding the (.'astro image of American imperialism. Yet one cannot stop there, without raising a haunting question: What was the alternative for President Johnson Was it to appeal to OAS? There would be nays and days before any practical action: and if the revrt indeed contains W %  < Second-Stage effect, the design for a Communist takeover, the OAS action would have come tar too late Or was the alternative simplv to stay out. or to get out again immediately after the tint evacuation ot Americans, and let events take their count It isn't enough to point out in a holier-than-they way what must have been obvious to Johnson, Rusk, Bundy and Tom Mann — that the decision ".is a dangerous one Hut was there any alternative lli.ct WO uld nav been anj ss dangerous? Running a country isn't a ques 1 ion ol making choices between the beautiful decisions and the damned I' ioften an impossible choice between a blind alley and ;> hat less bl nd one, and a Pre I i ky, even ••be enten k tunnel, that he can see a thin shaft "I light ai the far end. The "hole decision in the Dominican operation, as it transpired in the minds >t thi I residenl and hit ade in th< shadow i %  n iv ,-.'. in say thai the shadow shouldn't have been tin but it v..,Too much blood has been spill in i too man; lives i .. blast 'her.', to., much heartbreak and Irustrat m relt in Washington to leave the date blank. .r> 'hat the Communist elemenl the and thai the i n sponsible ones gol it ol %  iij Bos* h hima If is a decent committi .1 Ol ,1. even it he Is an inef* iitical leader tro experience should ."'• %  have expected Presidenl lake a course "i ... I on action thai mighl well ..it Amei •• and mit "t ; %  nter to the kit i 'St of the ,. he iai.,I tiie kind ol they have in him Well then, onca the American troops came in, why has President and mo lousa I eacl I he si I %  '" American -. H nust go 1 •"> history, this time %  i The sha Pigs I asi i i ven ii than the shadow ..t Castro's persis 1,.,, e in %  iwer II the Bay ol Pigs invasion was a mistake then |. ., i | grces the cat rj throu [b in full force : ii. i; take manj times over. That was in Kenned] lecision on the Russian mi lies it Cuba the mind of i ry Pres lent for some years to come. Ii histon isli ts and ma % %  -. il is mostl) I,I cours< there has been an outer) from the Latin neighbors and partners o the United Slates, n I "ere a Brazilian, a Mexican, a Chilean, I thou* probably be joining in the outer) Vet if I asked myii altern i there as I should have no answer, l spec! thai hi real the outcrj has been, it would have been i de the withering contempt of the Latin-American i had lone nothin. I citizen been killed, and ii n %  •• .i had led to another (astro regin .. Castro-ori. om in S nto Di mingo. The satisfying fact is that the OAS political presence has been enabled to establish itsell alongside the I S militar) pi i here I to be tied, wounds to be bound to be ; %  i i tored. A new leader hip will in time be th heav) economic aid it will b< able to make a new b I w ..', i r ni i) be said against tl they \..i j ,,t %  longer than the minimal need for them. The) will ild not have been true ol th< I thej had ee to turn the rebellion into a cl IS North Beach PTA Installation Meet North Beach l'l'A held its Installation meeting in the auditorium on Tuesday .veiling. Richard 0 Roberts, superintendent. North east District of the Dade Count) Schools, officiated. Installation was followed by a ceremoiiv honoring "Graduating Mothers," for "many yean of service to North Beach Elementary School." A musical program was present cd by students under the direction ot Mrs Dorothy Dunning, music teacher Headed by incoming president. Mrs. Kred Fenton. officers installed were Mrs Ted Dorteh. Mrs. Stanley Broriskv Mrs Stuart Jacobs, vice presidents; Mr-. Paul Warren, recording secretary; Mrs. Harold Miller, corresponding see rctary: Mrs. Bernard Rubin, treasurer: Mrs. David Miller, advisor. Mrs. Fenton is a past secretary of Sisterhood of Temple Israel, a member of Ml Sinai Auxiliary, of Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach. National Council of Jewish Women and YMHA Her husband, is a representative of the Taylor Wine Company. The couple have two daughters. Madelyn 8. and Suzanne 10. From Lake Village. Ark Mrs I'eiiton attended tin' L'niversit) of Texas Motherwho have .lev..ted time ami industr) to the school and whose children are now graduating include Mesdames Sam Ma zor. Sanford Levine, Robert I it owitz, Harvey Michaelson, Bernard Fuller, Robert Green, Harry lleman, Isadore Simkowitz, Bett) xik.il. Jack I i vkofl William Chandler, Robert Weitz, Herbert Buchwald. Ellard Conn Harve) Lefkowitz, Alb Clark, Theodore Epstein, Joseph Abelow, Milton Fiedelman, George Margolis, David Pollack and Don aid smith Excited with a new doll-house and a floppy-eared p_-k rab-j bit is little eight-year-old Celia Estrada, a patient at Variety Children's Hospital, shown greetinq Cmdr. Ralph Rooofeky (left) and Harry Zalph (right), of the Jewish War V -erens Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Znlph. who has five children of his own. constructed the doll-house in his spare time. He also made the minature furniture inside, as veil cs the electrical lighting system. He did it "just to maktie kids at the hospital happy.'' he said. Cohen Officers Are Installed On Thursday evening the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue was to have its first installation Rabbi I ibot ll stem spu itual leader of 'h. synagogue was to install Jacob C Cohen, pn sidi nt Simon Hanan. honorar) vice pres ident: Samuel Cohen. Geoi mon Jack T urki sh. Julius irti v ice i • -eaidentw il liam K.i/. nitz tnasurer Leon Gottbeb assoi iate Ireai ret 11 1 man Schi cot secre tar), Bei i it D w ilson Mr Sol Kiev at. financial s<. %  etaries; Samuel Lenowitz, honorar) a abba Elected to the Boat orare Abe Ai..iwtt lvMinn Cohen, Bernard MornKiev ,i> Dave K Lichter Sol Rashin, Da Hal, hi \ J SafM. 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    Fnday. May 21. 1965 &f Jen/si) flr-ridliar) Paqe 5-C Goldberg Urges Fight to Protect Rights ,,,. Supr< me Court Justice Arthur %  called an UM I ruled Jj .,'.. week to take the load ini oationaJ cooperalioa lor ,„,.,. tion 01 Hie rigl. of tho Sivid. He ipoke at a diriiei the American Jewish Commitl %  Appeal tor Human Re,,„„ %  ,„ here lie 1965 Herbert ll. Human Relations Award s pre %  • ted by Joseph Kllngcn. dianer launcbad the Appeal for Human Henationwide drive tot item A.I' • i,,,,.,. Goldberg specifically nited Statt t<. champ%  m K |. H ol the Treat) on Human Kit drafted by the United ^Slion? %  % %  • nV nt the Declaraan R hiThe time is pverdw e said for adoption of :y. and he added: "We such -i treaty without for none Is needed or justil Justice Goldberg called the retent appointment of Morris B. Abrarr president oi the American Jewish Committee, as the US. re*eserfative to the United 1 Nation? Commission on Human Rights "a happy omen of our country's commitment to such a treaty.'' He Mid that Mr. Abram's efforts on behalf of human rights here and abroad "are university known ard widely and properly acclaimed." Mr. Ahrnm. who ulsn spoke, Mid that he had put return from the session <>i the Commission "n Human flights in Geneva which defa ted %  draft international convention outlaw kig all forms of religi >ua Intolerance. Mr, Abrara explained i set ioui urea af debate had arisen between the democracies and 111• Communist ci alition over Communist appeals for stronger state controls over the manifestaMnrfs TiTrrli. ious heliet "The United States," ho declared, "wants no part Of the stale apparatus controlling individual belief, com action or adherence to a religion or a belief, We want no repetition of those black days .hen the state checked into the existence or non existence of a religtoua .ilTili.a ion. No moral state l 111.1 want this power over con science and no healthy society needs it.' The presentation to Mr Klingen>tein of the Herbert H, Lehman \uard in the form of a threeinch silver medallion portrain of the late Pfev York Governor, sculptured in bas-relief—was made hy Samuel I) l.eidcsdorf. a previous winner Mr. LeidesdOrf, prominent business executive who has worked in behall ol many educa tional. civic and philanthropic groups, was dinner chairman. Mr. Klingenstein served as president of Mount Sinai Hospital from 1956 to 1962, and since that time has been chairman of its board. A long-time leader of the American Jewish Committee, he haendowed, through the AJC, a chair at Columbia University Department ot Social Psychology known as the Joseph Klingenstein Chair in Inti rgroup Relations. 71 Yet/get f/r MOST from Coast to CoastT i. Sfc%> at any of our modern MJLNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! 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    Fcnge SC +Jm* $t > norkftor Friday, May 21, 1965 ( %  i i a I r r h 100 Years Since the Killing of Lincoln if OR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN esident Lincoln died from the ;, Mill 'Hot April 18. 1865. The i'h anniversary of the death of America's martyred President, re .my aa its greatest son, hi: been observed not only in the I • ted St ites but in many lands by i! ay peoples, ll is an occasion for Jews everywhere to recall also the ii. 'lent>f Jewish interest in ius dramatic life and death. ie Jewish population of the Vu.ted States during that period of American history numbered less n n 200.'*. in the great debate on the issue ot the abolition of Negro sfa ery, a number of prominent rabbis of the period were among V.: most outspoken advocates of aboli^on, including Isaac Leescr and Sabbato Marais of Philadelphia. S. uel M Isaacs of New York. I>; id Btnhorn of Baltimore and Lt -man Adler of Chicago. During Lincoln's career prectding and following his ascent tt tHe presidency, a number of Jews were among his devoted supporters. Abraham Jonas, prominent in Jewish affairs in Cincinnati and one of the founders of the first Jewish Congregation in that city, as well as one of the influential leaders of the Republican Party in his state was an intimate friend of Lincoln for 30 years. Julius Hammerslaugh of Springfield, Illinois, Henry Greenbaum of Chicago, and Abraham J. Oittenhoerer of New York, York, a Republican member of the Electoral College from New York in 1864, were among his friends and supporters. Sigismund Kaufman of New York, a founder of the Legal Aid Society of New York and a director of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, had served as a member of the Electoral College from New York in 1860. Shortly after Lincoln's inauguration, Kaufmann was offered the post of Minister to Italy, but he declined Joseph Seligman of New York, a banker, was consulted by President Lincoln on matters of fiResolutions Lrge Soviets To End Anti-Semitism 70CKHOL.M i JTA Resolut %  s urg i ; the world to intervene v 'i the Soviet Union on behalf of • %  ng S >i et anti Semitism callu upon the USSR authorities to ^uari the cultural rights of So\ Jew ind to permit Jews to It-, e the -•>•. -I't I'm,'ii for purpose c unMy reunification, were adopt. ei iere recently at the conclusion 0 two-da? Scandinavian Conferer • on >>\ iel Jewry. L ading scientists and writers Ii Sweden. Denmark and Norw. attended the conference, under t! chairmanship of Prof. Torgny S rstedt. rector of Uppsala Uni\ity message was received from ii Russell the British philosopj \ wr • illed for the rcestab 1 nent ol Jewish cultural rights in the USSR, abolition of religious discriminations practiced against family reunification privileges and "an effective struggle against anti-Semitism." One of the principal speakers at the conference. Prof. Herbert Tingsten, former editor of the influential Swedish newspaper, Dagens Nyheter, told the session: "Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union is carried out under the guise of anti-Zionism, on the theory that Zionists are guilty of dual loyalty. But dual loyalty should be possible in countries where Jews art tolerated. "The great American patriot. Thomas Jefferson, had said tha' everyone believing in progress has two fatherlands, his own and France. Swedish Communists claim the) can be loyal to the Soviet Union and to Sweden. 1 can feel solidarit) with the Soviet Jews and with Sweden. Although I am not a Jew, 1 have %  second fatherland— Israel—be Israel has promoti ,i world progress Another '.i the speakers was Joseph Bergher-Barzilai, a former Palestinian ( mmunist who had jp nl 25 years in the USSR, hold1 post in the Comitern for three ye rs Later, he served 22 years ii %  s,| K r { a n prison camp Wjlcoms Wagon International, with "over 5.000 hostesses, has mort than III rty years experience m fostering good will in business and community life. For mor information about ... \\clcoine^wtd\a^()ii HI 8-4994 WE1C0ME NEWCOMERSI UM in. I coupon to lit ui knout you're ken. Nome ] Addrm City Please hove the Welcome Wagon j Hostess call on me. I would like to subscribe te The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., M.P.O Box 2973, Miami, Fla. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE A MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Swing — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON nance. Abraham Kdm, a Chicago merchant, who was President of the local congregation and was a popular leader in loeal noli:us. was a staunch admirer of Lincoln and pit sented to him upon his election as President a silk flag, the work of his own hands, in the folds of which was inscribed verse 9 of ( i apter I of the Book of Joshua Have 1 not commanded thee. "Be strong and of good courage, be not id. neither be dismayed, for the Lord thy God is with thee. Whithersoever thou goest." In addition to the appointment of Jews to high military and civilian positions, two official acts of President Lincoln which were cf special Jewish moment, reflected his broad spirit of tolerance and fairness. One was his recommendation, approved by Congress, to reverse an existing provision which had limited the appointment of Chaplains in the army to regul irly ordained ministers of some Christian denomination." In consequence of the change, four Jewish Chaplains were appointed. There had been considerable agitation over this matter, led by the Board of Delegates of American Israelites, the first representative of American Jewry. The other was the result of a storm of protest during the Civil War over General Grant's order excluding Jewish peddlers from army camps because a few had been thought guilty of illegal traffic. Lincoln rescinded the order, and states, "I don't like to see a class or nationality condemned on account of a few dinners." There were more than 10,000 Jewish soldiers in the Union forces, a number far beyond the proportion of Jewry in the general population. Lincoln died early on a Sabbath morning Hence the first public expressions of shock and grief and the first eulogies were delivered from the pulpits of Jewish Congregations. Of the 50.000 who participat ed in the mourning procession in New York following the funeral in Washington, 7.000 were Jews. Much has been written on the influence of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, on Lincoln's mind end soul It was the one book which, more than any other he knew, loved and quoted. In the soul-shaking years before and during the Civil War i: often served him as a source of com foil and inspiration. He had a premonition of his tragic death and gave expression to his mystic feeling that, like Itoees, he would bring his people to the shores of the Promised Land but would not himself live to enter therein. One of the prominent American rabbis of the time. Rabbi Isaac If. Wise Of Cincinnati, held the view that Abraham Lincoln was of Jewish ancestry, and stated that LinI coin himself told him so, but it | 5 thOOghl that it may have beta nothing more than a bit of picasantry. a; there are no facts to substantiate it. The assertion is often heard that Lincoln PTM an unreUgiOUg man. A study of his life, letters and con \ersations indicates to opposite to be the fact. A deep religious mysticism pervaded his nature When he was about to enter upon his presidential duties, ho ok leave cf his home and old associations in the following words "I now leave not knowing when or Whether I may return, with a task before me greater than that which rested upon Washington. Without the assistance of that Divine Being, who ever attended him, I cannot succeed. With that assistance, I cannot fail. Trust, ing in Him who can go with m 1 and remain with you, and be M erywhere for good, let us confi dently hope that all will yet bt well." 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    Fn day, May 21. 1965 •'Jew.M fhrifiin Page 7-C Navy Appoints Adm. Goldberg Bureau Chief k %  .: Vice Mayor Alice Wainwright (left> presents Beautiiica:he City of Miami Beautification Committee to Jewish Home for the Aged. Receiving the award for the Board of Directors oi the Home are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick because of I accomplishment in transforming Douglas Gardens into 3:.e of the noted beauty tpots of Greater Miami." ing women's organizations in the community launched Dial-a-Thon programs for Combined Jewish Appeal, and the three c:oanizations participating in the first week's activity — Pioneer Women. Hadassah. and Women's American ORT— avei :qed over SI,000 a day, it was revealed by co-chairmen, Charles P. Feinberq (right) and Mrs. Sol Goldstein (left). the second week of the Dial-a-Thon. the Women's Auxiliof the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Jewish War manned the telephones on behalf of the Women's : CJA campaign. Mrs. Goldstein and Mrs. Feinbeiq, ::Mi .: Beach, are shown here with Mrs. Milton Green, presBy Special Report WASHINGTON, DC Roar Admiral Herschel J. Goldberg has been appointed Chief of t.he Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, it has hem announced by tile U.S. Department of the Navy. Admiral Goldberg la a regular Navy officer who was commissioned in 1935 after graduating from the I S Naval Academy at Annapolis. After two years of sea duty, he was as-signed to the Naval Finance and Supply School in Philadelphia. l"|N>n a mpleting his training in 1338. he was assigned to the Navy Supply Corps For the next six years, he served in various supply billets afloat and ashore, including several in the South Pacific. Admiral Goldberg wrote to the National Jewish Welfare Board that "I well remember when I was on duty at Bora Bora, the Society Islands, we could not have had Jewish services without the prayer books you provided. I am most familiar and appreciative of JWB's work with the military." JWB is the government-authorized agency for religious, morale and welfare services to Jews in the U.S. Armed Forces and in veterans hospitals. In 1947, after a period as executive officer of the Supply Department of the Charleston. S.C.. naval shipyard. Admiral Goldberg entered the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, where ho received the MBA degree. Following further tours of duty with the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts and with Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers in Kurope, he returned to Washington as a student in the Industrial College ol the Armed Forces. On graduation, ho was appointed assistant chief of naval material. He was promoted to Rear Admiral in 1960, while serving as assistant chief lusini Special You'll find complete focilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I at the lor Informatloni HAZEL ALLISON Coloring Director, JE 1-6061 Bin St. Collins Avo. 0 -r %  rcHw Hi 8ll MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They ire unequalled In their profession. %  f They ire the dilido's catering staff. They ? will make success of any party... • wedding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business oV meeting or a social luncheon. They will > serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared in the diLido's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll trrange for whatever space you require. 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CO Erving Fune, favors cochairman; Hal Evans, co-chairman; George Goodman, vice president; Sol Klfenbein. favors cochairman; Joel Gottehrer donor chairman; and Stanley Stein pres ident; Adrian Kaufman. Irving Newman. Stanley Friedman, host esses; Jerome .Schwartz, guest book; and Samuel Lob. invitations. Silver and Golden awards, plus 42 Mollie Kahaner charms were distributed. Donor chairman is Mrs. Joel Gottehrer Mesdames president chairman; THE RISCAYlfE TERRACE 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THE STARS AND MAVtN JOIN TOUR FESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED SI A RUGHT BALLROOM SEATING UP TO 300 ir WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the ptushness of the Doral Counuy Club. 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    ?age 8-C *.JVH / # tUrklicir, Friday, May 21. lg 65 ( 9£U '3 ions & OATH ACHIM. 6303 Collins Av( Ortnodox. rctay S i LI.II hunted bj Mi .IM.I MrHrr> ROM ill-* rs. Win. h.i ii 30 [i GUOATH ISKAEi.. '801 Carlyle Ave Urtnodox. FUbQi Isaac Ever. — • AMAVAT SHALOM CONCREGAT ON 985 SW 67th A e Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershoer. — a — ANSHE EMES 2533 SW ilth Ave. Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti. president. C.intor Solomon P.ikowitj i"• i> %  i %  H %  i. a.in I'.n %  %  I Sli -i d -,..—.. i, %  n.l .Mi Jin ., Huron Iti M in %  '.in BETH DAVID 2*>2< SW 3rd Ave Conservative. Conor William W Lip0" • .I:i\ '.' :I.IM In 1 ti. Main n> ; ... > I'hi %  • .. h i'... Mllxi' Mr mill I IVilllUI VVl : • BETH EL. 500 f-W 17th Ave Ortho dox Rabbi Solomon Schift. • • %  i in. II main ••! (In%  r.l — • BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortholox. Rabbi B"el Wein ervices tit J his (weekend %  i Mi % ... ii.| CANDLELIGMING TIME 19 Iyar — 6:43 p.m. HIIM—!! %  III. n t Null Ml 11 > IE7H JACOil S01-311 Wash ngton Ave. Orti-tao. Cantor Maurice che*. — • 1ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave ,rn Traditional Rahm Max Shapiro. Cantor Benijmm Brn-Ari. niofi s. i-ila: M."i n in .Ml' I I \V I. IP I'.. i.. i rhHiarh >i. iirrtn i *. • I.I Si-i Porllon ol i II \\.. i. Mm. I... 6.1-" p.in — • --UBAN HFCSEW CIRCLE OF MIAMI 1242 Washington Ave Orthodon. Rabbi Dov Rozmcwrig. — • r LG-ER %  GRANADA 50 NW Silt PI. Consprvat'v* R.iDhi David Rot-nteid Cantor Georor Goldberg. I'Min S.l I npl.i !• R&I M tavxJi: Ml. II. -..n ..i Mi and Mii VVi IsMil Im t 10 p in. — aj FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL 180' E. Andrews Ave Reform. Rabbi Richard V. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross a — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S NAI. 120' Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. — • SRAFLITE CENTER 3175 SW JSt* St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. SvrsKy Cantor Loins Cohen — a JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. Ortnocfox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. L T H MOSHE CONGREGATION '3630 w. Di*ie HI Oontervattva. R.ibDi RICI(i '.ircovitz. Cantor Seymour Hirrtn %  v I" Ill s I Ml Id %  %  • t ETH RPH • %  N •• %  d ve O'tnodox. Hi Sh Kriager. ta-y. — • BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joiepfl E. Ricj.s*y — a 1 *M TORAH 164th St. and SE 11th AvCo. • Rabbi % i Lip%  Chita. Cantor Brn-Zion Kirachenbaum. %  i i in, h: H 11. \\ '!•' v Mm.1 I I i: • VI i' Mi nd Ml ll.ii. I i — a E NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183-d St Conservative Raoui Haroid Richter. Canter Jack Lerner \ %  N IIK i 'in I M i SKI • ii IJ a-in S I' .1 ...i ,.• Mi V' -till p teld. • VHNYONiiRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional • 3HEV SHALOM OM Normandy Or Orfodox Rabbi Ph.neae Weber. %  I II %  SEPHAPOC JEWISH CENTER. 845 Col'ms Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmm. .1 I %  •! I 11 • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1035 NE "8.Jri! St Miami Ga'den*. Rd. R.ibbi Jonah E. Caoian. Cantor Maurlsa Nen. I %  S. rni..i, OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Stauber Of Young Israel ii Sherw in Stauber is spirit i leader of Y o n n g Israi l of 1st SI \ Miami Beach, lit has fctld the pulpit there tor the pa-t Greater Miami, located at 990 NI years. Rabbi Stauber received hia re* iiiuv training al the Ner i abainical College at Baltimore, J I and the Meaivta Rabbi C'haim J -rlin in New York City, when !i% % %  calve I inMincha (ordination) ]> mi the world-renowned Dean of the Mesivta, Rabbi Isaac Uotner lie received his secular cduca'. II ai Johns Hopkins University, rooklyn College, the Universitj vli; mi. and N e w York Law J* hool He holds the degrees of tociatc in Arts, Bachelor ol and Bachetbr of i Rabbi Stauber is an attarncy, m it ted to the practice of law fort the United States Mstricl < urts oi the Federal Government, a* IKSnpresoe Court of si, e i.r Florida lie Is a men 1 r oi the Florida Bar Assorts • m Prior In Young Israel. Itabhi rvad aexecutive .% %  I %  I'.l.,' .:., I r, I'll. Ij Ol .im — • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5so NKendall Or So Miami Reform. RaUtu Herbeit B.i.nngard. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S14th Avt. Reform Rabbi Samual Jaffe. — %  a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH KOO SW 120th St. Reconstructions Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottueb. I ill., :• in S. i 1....1, I :i hi. ..1 t Ii.TI %  ."-..N" Sal ., n s-.-rni II in I-.,, inu M-.uii ...iiK .i,.i-h t,..-t. -Mi|i..\ ,1 h ,-.... i ii| I:.-. 1..Ui '"inn it l f Si-1,-1 "I — a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1723 Monroe St Conjervative. H.IUOI Moiton Malavsxy. Cantor Ernest Steiniir. — a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 4'44 Chae Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K'omah Cantor Oavid Convner. ..... \ i • i l:.-I -' %  i. Hel I .,••"! H|H ., k I si. Ii ..... Snutnenrl i:.-.•.... f i n. I nlteil 'i'"i i< i. H I ina .i i'in, %  %  i ntul ihi I. o i • uprtiii l • • r. a PI i • %  : Mr -in! Mi M i ..i Ii-li. i I :.u M IIZMIII %  hH :, II i .. th, %  lUElltl r ••!' Ml M \ %  -, rl 11 II i • TEMPLE BNAi sHOLOM. 16800 NW 22na A.e Conservative. RabDi S. M Machtei Caitoi Abraham Reiseman. .'• n in. s>.rni. %  '" a in -a TEMPLE BETH TOV 647.9 SW 8th St Conservative. Haobi /evi Greenwaia. ;.. |, II. >. i lid I hi u mill i %  a TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave Conservative Raob. living Lthi "..in Cantoi Zvi A %  i i. ill ., Hi .... — % %  • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 \E 19th St. Refoim Rabbi Josept. R. Narot |l III s. i ... I -|., I ;.. I %  Mi mix il ...lint .-,i thin I., it .11 I..honored • TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ava. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. ij • %  iin >. %  nun "The I'ni n. -.• ..) Ti ni|.i. Judast, Hi. -• 1*0 erli .n \\ inn ;i TernShould i:.Suturda) 1: ., m AMI/. ,ih i:.,i.. 11. ...I, oi Mr i i,.\ ill.-~iiinii —% TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU. Cantor Edward Klein. r'i i,i..> N r. j. m s,., in,.i: r..\,ti. •'|"I HoUrnil S i. M|| l;..l.iii. ilautrhter ..i Mi and Mrs i •'" i'i %  %  • i > ,' unlai •• .i.iii. liaj MlUvaJl I :i' Id > .ii >. III..II IVeekl) I-. • Ion — a TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugen* Laoovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I i lluj • i in Sal uidaj > i .. II. I :.n I i ,. Mr\l — a TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 875i SW lotn St. Miami Habbi Bamuet Apni Cantor Nn-o CaWman, %  i i \ TnInn. • % %  "• i H' .v .-Il Will I [• %  > -.'i '-• und ii. i i l •• Ai I, i.i, mi > n,.-i,i,. i i, in ,„ Suliiid ,v -|j ., ,„ Alllz...Il I...in-. .„ ,,| II, ,,.. M| Ill-Ill-} l.l|.|,in.,i, TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale '' "' %  i ii.,,, und M.iii.w II. TEMPLE TiFEHETH JACOB. 951 fe. 4th Ave., Hiaiean. Conservative. %  -'ri.i..) • I |. in Hal untiij • %  a TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Av. Conservative. Rabbi Hershei Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I 'i "' 1} *•:!"• |i in .-. i i,i --' %  i %  .%  hi \x — a TEMPLE Z ON. 8000 Miller R Q Consei vative. Rabbi Aitr r o W.m man. Mi InIM %  Id >l .1. Win, urn a TIFERETH ISRAEL i00 N Mlm ': "'•" • % %  %  i -.. ,,, — • Orthodox. Raobi Sherw.n Stauber. Synopsis of Torah Portion of th* Week BEHAR Fields he fallow ei h -eventh year. Snofar proclaims nftietj \ ear as jubilee. The seventh \ear stall be a sabbath neither sow thy tielrt ." (Lev. 2.">.4I halliw Ihe fittieth year and proelaini liberty throtiphotit the land (25.10). BEHAR — "And the Lord spoke unto Moses in Mount Sinai, s.-iyiny When >e come into the land which I give you. uien shall the land keep a sahhath unto the Lord ... in the seventh year shall IK* %  sahhath oi soiemn rest for the land thou -halt neither sov thy field, nor prune thy vineyard And the bath-produce of the land shall be for fowl for you: lor thee, and for thy servant and for thy maid, and tor thy hired servant and tor the settler by f.hy side that sojourn with thee: and for th> cattle, ami for the boasts that are in thy land i Lev 25.1-71 Following seven sabbatical years, the fiftieth year ito observed as a jubilee. "Thai ninth groweth of ,ts.-lf of thy harvi st Una shalt not reap" (Lev. 25.5i Scripture thin states. And %  % %  shall hallow the Fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout the land unto a'l the inhabitants thereof; it shall be a jubilee unto >" I Ye shall return every manunji) his possession" I Lev. 25.10 11 The same laws pert.iinin"lo the sabbatiftl year hold true of the jubilee. In addition, all fields return to their original owner-. every Hebrew slave is free to return to his home A lb brew slave can always be redeemed; if he is not redeemed, he goes free in the jubilee year. %  A nd if thy brother he waxen poor, and his means fail with thee; Then thou shalt uphold him: as a stranger and a settler stall he live wit.h thee Take thou no interest of him or increase; but fear thy Gad; that thy brother may live with thee Thou shalt noi .ii,. him thy money upon interest, nor give him thy victuals i jincrease i Lev. 25.i5-.17 1 This recounting of tha Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage edited by P. Wollman-Tsamtr, $15 Publisher is Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schtang. '.si THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIP.T Young People Need Adults to be Models By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK Executive Director Southeast Region United Synagogue of America What is your view of the moral status of our young people today? Ill B^B^BBM JJB^BH I| U RABBI KUTCHIK ** which *e are "supposed to 11 v e Teen agers are therefore inservatfve, ti>n interested in at %  hunt ad*, ancement. an c concerned about respectful of authority the good ble BS same tune that a good minorit) have risen above their I meni to lead the way in sensitivi concern for the downtn in devotion to the causi Whatever their road. are marvelous people I think that t o d a y. Im iio not have speed ic environmental problems ol I W vere nature, igood, and could !>•* better :i v\r ai'.ults vv • re as One would imagine from reading v.oikts we nhould take k}J i" help this literature that the teen | _• world is abysmally immoral and deteriorating rapidly These supposed indications ol immorality are disease symptoms more closely related to poverty, undisciplined affluence, frustration and other psycho env iromneii tal factors which do not necessarily shed liuht on the value system ol the normal teenager I work with teen agers, and I find them de lishtful, energetle and idearrsttc ally inclined I'erhaps my vie" is too narrow ai (I mv group too atypical bul it i^ as a result of mj BSS iati..r with United ue Youth members that I am not a) all sui "In n I read ol the i "t 'hi p, ,,, Corps ii the Mississippi Freedom School T r-" v.*,. am: | v api, D. MAX l.ll'-r; m-; to haahtsn We can do thi* best b> beini; ourselvee, all thai w< would like them to bee Beth Moshe Elects Officers \i the mniial meeting rv Moshe i'"" ie ration Ihi I : <' nv in" w-o* .. .l.-.-icd to office for 'hi" year 1069 I96fl Provident, Ma-" Marti) rahtina v lee nresidenL B ib Hai ri: mentbefihiD < ice i \l Bloek; vice presid \'|.\v"..ri. i sh.Tiiian W '" '' naneinl w ret r> .1 >v ,• Burton StraH n secret) Dorottrj responding secretary. Ruth Ros< strauch Dlreeters for I Fiied.-i Btaak Leonard II Martin London. Mltton ''liarles Weissm.in. 1>. i Do olooff Trusten for oae year lersji B id Rrietbaii .lack Brown Bob Dali Stanlev Ghttter, Mas Breeal Holdover rfirectors oae-ves term Prank Epstein, Joseafi Katz '• Beta Tortti ffarrj Knafflan, Herbert Lelchuk, c n %  : % %  —. „f \ nr ,h ,\f, am I j Stanley RoaenstraucB. Btmh. Installation will take place If %  *eMef eveninv -ervice. on May .* iifnamaaiim ^a 28. .j..



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    = I Friday. May 21. 1965 +M wist fkrkBat) Paqe 9-: Miss Shelly Sharpe, "Miss Miami Beach," is pictured with Mrs. Hyman P. Forrest, the first Miss Miami Beuch. at Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood spring tea at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miss Sharpe is the niece of M:s. Herbert S. Shapiro, Sisterhood president, and uppeared as a surprise quest ut the tea during which a tribute to the 5Cth birthday of Miami Beccn was presented. • ;vice of Miami women for Israel Bonds is the Miami Ch ;pter of Hadassuh. 110m left are I • PlatoH, Miss Lillian Goodman B. Nat Barth. lual Hadassp.h event for Israel Bonds this vear will ce a luncheon on May 24. A feature of this year's event will e tamed Givenchy-Israel Fashion Show. Beach UN Will Hear Newsmen President of Women's ORT in Iran Meets With Shah's Twin Sister By Special Report A raven-haired, statuesque women dressed in a su] erWj tailored brown suit paid %  > visit this week '(' the national headquarters of women's American ORT In N< York. She is Mine Solayman Senehi, president ol Women's Iranian ORT. and member <>i the Women's Committee m Princess Ashraf, twin sister of Iran's Shah, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. Leaving Canada, v here she has ;< daughter and son in-law. Mine Senehi "dropped in" tc meet with Wpraen's ORT leaders of .i sister organization here in the I S Mine. Senehi described herself as s "pioneer" in building ORT in Iran. The program, which beuan .n 1949, ran inio "great difficulties" it first Many families were hesitant about sending children t<> a vocational school. There was also resistance t sending girls, "but," said Mine Senehi, who has served as president of the Women's OUT -i up in Iran for 18 year>. 'the i iMii mous value f vocational education soon proved its worth I sent m> own daughter to ORT Iran." Mine. Senehi said thai it was not easy to establish a Women's Group in her land, where women were, up until recent times, still considered second-class citizens She observed ORT members had man} osmtaSinai Students To Get Awards During closing exercises of Ternnai Religious School schi dSin da} it a.m., the TernSisterhood will distribute Is i • [he stu lents i in 'Ih. irxiay, Ma} 27, at 10 a m., ra xercises w hel 1 studi nts of the Temple Pi. School .resident of Temple Sinai, will address the class R bbi Danit M Low) H ill gh e the bli ss K %  n e u s, radio i ntator. will address an 1 Uiai of the United Nations \Mondaj s p m., at l'i % %  !< ,il .v.\ ings A,i i: I Was ve K r< ss will be Work at Pea* e Not I' : ice presi h i will be chairman ol the evei • (i IN TIMES • OF SORROW express what words %  cannot I R c %  • %  M \ rnr ll.OWl.lls AMttilLHS Xxotitfimkis MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 63S-4SI6 53:4-3361 CORAl GABIES 665-5423 HOUYWOOO fT. IAUOFRDALE 7051 F R 17398 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for Surroundings for our departed loved ones are tree of very real comfort to all. cles to "\ ercome, imt thai thej or ized theater evei -. made -pec, he necked on doors" in support Al first, ORT Iran had only make shift buildings erected on the inds of the Jewish cemetery, located In Teheran's outskirts, "Since then," -aid Mine. Senehi "amazing changes have taken place, ORT is out of the ceraeterj l"i mans years and h.is become the most modern school ot its kind in Iran today!" ORT Iran has attracted not only the attention of, but receives some financial support from the Iranian Government, which considers the program a kind of "pilot project ORT in Iran, a nation engaged in 8 sweeping and constant drive for industrialisation, presently enrolls some 2.000 Students each year. It has been honored by visits from the Shah and his sisters. Mine Senehi. whose family is in the import-export business, serves as ORT's delegate to %  oemmiitee which supervises women's groups thn uj ; out the i ountry. This i o mittee it headed by Prince \ raf, bo has chan pioni hi for •. %  'i n n Iran I The Shah's pah;. %  it S ibed bj Mme Sen. ,... magn i D i ; %  hi ugh the garden. "A f' ii cools the con idor the white marble palace threi h committi %  membi pas 'I he furruluri gi een silk a velvet, in the selon is very sunn Antiques are mixed with mode pieei "Butlers in black serve tea small Persian cups with sih holders. The members rist vvhi the princess enters the room ui bow when she leaves. But \vh. she is among us. the princess truly a friend; there is no !'• • n-.alit> Mine Senehi will return 10 Iri with news of the activities ss plans of her -i.-tor organization, Waj of Japan and Pakistan. r • COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET j ... • ENGIISH YIDDISH l HEBREW SPANISH I Sprc ialiiina in Bar ilivah & Widdinrj Invitations • (Union Shop 1 Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miumi FR 9-8235 I CANTOR TEACHER < % Seeks position Miami or vicinity. 4 Experienced, quoliti< d, licensed & < % references. Full or pnrt time. Also J % available weekends only to conduct 4 % Services and Sunday School. Write % C. T., Box 2973, Miami 33101 \ I LARGE CONSERVATIVE i j CONGREGATION | i permanent | I M picture snou'd be I included n *•• si i rpiy w %  • %  •I GOK 2973 v AI <•• OAOK lOL'l IVA MIAMI HIACH. LO.O WELL KNOWN CANTOR In Greuter Miami wants engage men}, for High Holidays, or ynr round position. Has served ns Cantor lor past 12 yeors. 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R(l ,: %  .. : i. in i nil %  5/14 5th i.n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1728 CLI1 % % %  >RD WEEKS, in 1 i I %  itor !:.l I, 6/4 rE" IR< WEEKS 1 %  • SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'I', III i| v V I:I:KS I Y..U. i ,\ here• .'. %  Li n Ii I lit oi hi n .mi SAN !•'. iRD II K RAVI 1 rida and rile the or Pleadlni In the %  Sth day "i • II ti iiilt will l>. • demarnAed In the .il be published on< • %  A'iSH I'I.i IRII 'I VN iRDBRED .,: Miami, ... .1 ,. M I \ i, IER.M VN, '. %  %  Florida r i-i iPEL i 1 1. put y I'lerk H KRAMER I h, I'lmiilii Attorni lintlff it, 6/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 666*4 B IN RF Estati of ABRAHAM ilVM VN, 11, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All %  and All Pi rsonn l!:i\ ni t't.i -ior Demands Aaainal Said E tati V. %  ..: • hi rebj i %  itlfii %  and reesent ai nd de.. • %  have aaalnst thi %  -I..:, of VBR Ml \M HY\I VN, I' • -..II a.l. i %  unt> and file I hi .! ipll • %  ., ; i Ki.ri.l.. • itea In I heir ofl I %  County. Flo months • lini red I ..,'. I at .V A |ii •,'.-.. I N BEI I \M PERSK1N ALICE Si • KS i' %  notice on tin "Hi r '.•. i ,i.i : %  11 I VHRAHAM HY.MAN Di • ., 167 Almeria Ave., Cot Inbli r 5 T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 5055 LIZZIE STATEN, Miff. \ a FRED BASS, II VSS his 'i I %  nnkii'.i. n. and %  and II LIZZIE B VSS, nli if she i.marl %  pen Ivlna. ill ad, their unknou n i • rs-al %  and any nnd .ill ;,. %  ; wins i ht, title or mi. re t In. or n. thi eal | %  %  ... 11. NOTICE TO APPEAR RE' BAH %  •' %  owl LIZZIE BASS, .'.I... name. II u |..i.uri Tin md any a %  %  lien u i III) %  •.. | %  i iRTH MB to the Plat %  i Ri %  YOP VRE 111 III 111 UK to i '.• in ill.Circuit i rl Elevi I ... %  I foi quired to %  • the Kit 165. and 1 H IK VlRIl! %  I'I "I' II, I I I Daput) lerk S/14-l'l-;'', 6/4 %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. iN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4492 ERMIN1 \ SIBERT, iiff, RICHARD SIBERT, 1'. fi ii.I.,nt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti II RICH VRD SIBER I Ann Vrhoi VI an V. RICHARI not If n thai Bill ..:' Complain! r,", : i i.. 1. fi .i I ,.ii. anil yi • ed lo serve eop) of your An %  Plead thi l alnl ill .,: %  .;:. SANFoRD II l< BAUER One Lincoln Road Bulldlnjr, Miami Bea Inaj An %  ••• r r \'l> adlni In thi ,,f thi Clei r thi II 'II t "ii ,., befi e thi I um judcmi ni b) di l laki'i ianiii-l >..u fin indM In UM Bill of Thle i %  111 vi A eeka in Till: JEWISH FI.i HIIDI VN DONE VND ORDERED .it Miami, h .i.,'. ( April, A 11. %  E B l EATHERM VN, Clerk. I ....... Bj C I' COPELAND Deputy Cli .. SAN1 i >RI II k I i 'i • I 11 illdina i Ltto Ifl 5 7-11-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ CE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai %  I %  ... • • %  naaite In >i thi flctll ioua n ACME SMoKINti PIPE COMPAN1 i ..: is .; \ w ;•!, \ •. • '. Ilai a %  thi erk of i he Plrcull '• %  • %  .nt i NJ.VMIN ARTHl'R I INKELNTEIN 7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLBT" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66428 B IN Rl • of JACI •! I 1 ARR, |.. %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All and \ r ntClaln • i i.. in.,, ,:. \ Yi I %  bj i lifted quln .1 li i • -• <. %  an; ... manda %  > I ih. %  • .•• %  i vi'. it ^ ed lati n| i ..,.|, | I.I.-. %  In thi Couni. IIda, Ii thi .i %  • • eof, ... %  be ba i '..• %  da \ %  iRRIS r.\H %  Vi .' I • \ \ iEBMAN .i-T \ %  Mlam i ••. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH E IS HEREBY tllVEN thai thi %  ',< i. -ii nu to i njjiaKe In i. • i 1 TI ;. • %  • in .. nami • HRRITAOE SI K'lETY ;.i P.O Box Intends t.. rearlati i i ..n.. tvlth the 'U i k of the Court i.f Dade Countv. I INTERN VTION VL BOOK DIS I UII'.l Ti IRS, INC .i KI.I i • rp : 4-21-2* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 66C 4420 MAX J \. %  iBSl IN, Plaintiff, \ CLAIRE i VCi iBSJ >N, Defi SUIT FOR D VORCE TO: CI.AIRE it SON %  %  • I M H YMAN P I %  %  I'll the %  1st i fall to .. • lor thi he 1 DATED at M V. 11 % %  \ %  \ %  VI 1 M VN %  i M .\: t •• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCi. ^ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66767 S I • IACOB I.EV^ D. .. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS ind i r Demai %  i • Dadi Ida, ti Counl • %  Ihe -.• n %  elded in Si • : %  y I | rl I %  ". I ..-'.in... I the I i %  %  ami • Mian ; da) of A pi i l' KHllN S Mll.l %  In R %  .I I Bead r \ Vdmlnl ll!t I V %  1 of Aprl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0LBT IN AND FOR DADE COUNT! FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66701 C IN RE tati of iR \. .' i 'I IHEN ak.. MRS ALL VN COHEN, .ik i : : \ • SMALL, I •,., • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII i •• iii-. • and All l' rson' \ Inn I'I.I' Demanda Asali l lad I • iiv notified i quired li present any clainsa I mandi which > i ma in \ • %  ai •;i: vi>: COHEN MRS ILL AN COHEN R| SMALL ol l-i.I. • .. i• i •. ... led .' • • %  • I .. I %  F ion of tl Vprll < .HI: (eciitol VI I Florida • %  IN ThF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR'DA IN CHANCERY He I / LINO i Di • ENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NO UNO IIIH :. );. NOTIFIED ND I nd you %  %  %  un\ of < %  IE to th. '. I 1 M VN %  i\\ ldln 33I3H i/7-14-21-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S Ci IN AND r OR DADE COI FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66810 C IN Rl '.' • fi n.I \ In* .' Vi .... laired %  any ma t • • • .: v \ I.It • ea of li • "... Dadi tViui emU • '.i-i publ Rill I. : I VI) • RtlU VN ". \" '" I 0 IN THE CO L.NTVJUDGES CO=T IN NC FOR DADE COUNTS FLO" DA IN PROBATE No 66814-A IN I NOT CE TO CRED'TORS %  %  i ii%  i' %  Ida .-'•i I I ndai %  aril i .liiv ..f Vpi I DI %  I I \. %  nl'.i r i li e on I i: 607 Ainsli %  ; M I I



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    Friday. May 21. 1965 +Jelstnerldian Page 11C LEGAL NOTICF RCUIT COURT OF THE j, OICIAI r. RCUIT or >A IN AND FOR DADE • V IN CHA\CLRY N 6S( •' ... I r and %  %  ... i %  %  know n, II %  %  %  havlim an) • %  .1: ; i i \ \ lltil.M\ II Hi il.M : ll, nil r %  lldcr I' \jo\t, '. 11,1 IT in III i 12. VYNK KIUST III, i-deil I'lal I :••.•'-, :• Hi %  n\ ... ill. iIII I I IT tilt-1 : i w -i i : •. ,.f IKI.TIJ ,1 |...I i-lire %  eel el to %  %  %  .( % % %  III) I ll I %  | %  • Ion %  i i.. s Uudi i ml>. rP/WZMV LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JlO C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No CJC 470 VI \XI \ I i: \ \ I %  I .I. %  • •I I i v NOTICE BV PUBLICATION \ %  \|il \ Vol' VRK IIKKKII I • I.KSTKII • \ ,\ ; I \ 1. I ill I %  I ,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUTO^ FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE ..,„, COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6oC 4003 I. VTKP Ihl In! %  • M i3 rHK WII.IJ H SAVIN'!!* K I' I.K vr 11 I-:I:.M \ \ RANK i'l< rk m ihi i" i %  %  -. i • IK M l.i M VN |K|iu Cli KKXN'irni 11. Oil ill. UX. %  nilii ill NOTICE OF SUIT ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist> fk ridli&r solicits your legal noticss. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .t-4605 for messenger sendee LEGAL NOTICE IN THL CIRC LIT COURT OF THE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTii'K IS HKKKI1Y (1IVKN (hi mi.I, i>itii. .1. %  !. -irim: lo ||| I VKK s •_•:,. I ST ST VNH Mil' I i lend i •. i %  i-i • ihi I • 1'iiiirl • %  %  • • .1 V INIIKRC! N'llKIKi S H ST M.I.MAN lil Lin 'In I:.I Mini i l)i HI h IT.. IN THE C. RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 66C 4445 IMIN'AI.H ll SMITH ml llt\ IN Ki ii: \. *i i i • -ii SMITH VND KuKAt'H, h |i, \ H \l VRVIN KI.KIN H MINI "I T • ;i TII \i: i /.. .i :ii. I '. %  !. 11Ll I, NOTICE OF SUIT Ti MARVIN KI.KIN 12 i' >.mlii i 'lull Road Kimtcheati i. Sea Yoi k i:\KNKir lil'TH VRTZ I i •:: i nion Turnpiki lllell < % .•!.-. << I.ll-. N. York Yiil ARK IIKRKUY NOTIFIED thai .i -mi li.ii brous ii' .ii... nil .in. i* unknown,, i>> ItONAI.Ii U SMITH .ii*l IRVIN hiT husband, whoae I KORACH, ..i hltccta, doing i< i.ni.-mill -inn.in. an both uniSMITH VNU KoRACH, a partner%  lliev I.. living, and if • ML r ahlp, in forecloae .. mechanic' H In-i II i... .l.mi. all "t their which turn !•• %  • n transferred In bond. 1 Ktai %  %  • l ill. h. r> Inabov i ... ... ll. ll. I... < .1 ll'l. • %  limit* NOTICE OF SUIT OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION N URi iW .ii --... indiT the l-i-: Will imi II' id Ma ) II %  ii %  I \ : Hi I... S ill. -Ii.-. I. SEWKSan I. .1. ,ii\..'. • .1 or a • i ...; -I. i' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADF rot'NTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66,99 B N | : i: [I I'll ll I.KVIN, i •., ..... .i -.' \p i'r. illiu .m.i Ml I', i i .. i %  maud. \ %  int. i. HI .| %  %  -. HI .un mi nni II'TH 11 I.KVIN dpI i %  .,... % %  %  ml .i, ... ,. %  '.',n '.. • Hi ill, l II -t i. M lii ml. I Un \ I • •• i:n vitn H I.KV A : .* • i II %  Ma) IIIi II I.KVIN Hi %  illKI -Ulllg : ., I NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4886 I'II \ISI.I :s Si '. It HI iRi I, Ii S \ M .--'' IMII III" '. %  v I Mi IKNK Si VHHORl '. I i. i. n.1.in' SUIT FOR DVORCE 'I'I i IMIM'.KN -' \ IUJI >R<' .' I • %  .';" i I :>>\ _'.' in SprftiK*, T< \ IMtMlKNF] -''M: I I.I : i Hill "I I'I illl ml %  ),,%  ... llualll"! v ..ii I yim i .. \ .. \ 'i. i.. I..II III '.iWII V I.. 11 • %  I I I tl %  .1 t'lroult I'I %  %  i circuit • %  in mi i >ad< •_.,_. ipi.n the folloi %  I. ..I .. Si'' >TT l. Ms' M \ N'l ill SKI "TU >.N I i .1 i: i.lii •,,-. %  • .1 I'l.i: l'.l>.k %  .''!. %  • •• ii I : %  .: 'ountj l I.I.I tom ihif with WM • i: %  k Wi -un. \ In \\ r I.I i '• :' "I. H • m h • i 1 'i II • .iVi. : ..I .11. H|K>nll '•••mi'!' an %  %  '• • %  -.:.'! • %  n plain! \i i Vnauir "i i' I'lei i or Ii < .1 %  %  Thin ii"• iliall In In ill <: .i: \\ ISH KMiRII'IAN I.. INK VNH iiRDKRKI al Miami. 11 I hi* Ii 'I.. \ • %  \i., \ I I Ii I.I \'l IIKKM \V %  i *li. |l IHlde i Marvm ll i |. it; Clerk : i ... Illlli ;.. I: •. ivni I ::IIII|IIIL; Mian I, Kl.'ii.i:. ii ni > fn I'liiimiff N K, 1 '.' %  .• !•'• Mini I • .... i u ill be |. \'l •• IIKRMAN i rl r.\ Mnruiieriti Mil iN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66953 C IN RK; rlMati %  'LARA HKAft KAII.N I %  east .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS l\ All .',-..I.;.r..ll.I All IN |..nII. I\ %  Ins ''in.ni"i" Uoiiuiuda \_inn-i Said I %  Ira, dei I %  • <. Rrante. ^. • Uli %  \. %  %  n admin%  I ill |>al! I. s :.i III nix irhlvh -i.il mechanic'* lien u filed I *ou .T. h< ebj notified :i"'l rein Official Record* Book 12011, ..t |MIK ijulnd In i>.•-.:.: tin) I'utima and de:ii' ,., the publ i. .i.|of i' • %  %  %  'A'hlch >"'i ma) havi au.-iin-i ..i. them, deCounty, Florida, and you are required it hi eetati l i'lARA HKAH KAHN ..;.. ;i:i 'i;i ; %  : r KI.io file your anawer with the Clerk of • %  %  Utii ol "adi I'uuniy, f'orile.i known %  OHO P. HI.thi Circull Court of Had. •' to Ihi Count) ludw nai i .li..i .1 in .' hlnrlda. ii the Courthoime in Miami, j Coiinty_. and fill thi .ijne In du| %  inarrli rt, KI.Floi Ida on oi befori luiu '.'. HI %  : f. i i ol ItAWi m.wn, if the) he livlna, I'biintll fa attorney, I'A V 111 r CATSi nl Ihi m lie MAN hoai %  i plra.de. I. r street, Mi. mn. Florida, "ii ... ,.' I. I ,,,... %  ; N \ : i %  • %  u ill lie %  %  i • ..' \; nl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUOIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4818 EN I TII l.i US WA1.I.ACK ri. in. nit. \ a l\ \N KR VSMI'S W U.I.M'K. I •• I'. ndunl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl' IVAN KR \s.\ll s \\ M.I. \' K lit I,I< .,,. L'uknow n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 66876-C IN RK i i \. K ;i. i ri.i I:I: NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII i'r. Ilia .: VII l'.i-."iHa it i IIK \ ... rp) %  %  1 MAN i and :ii'i'"> Id' d In S ll..i .l.i M.U uca, MI i li. II nl %  ri Couni la, '> ll bin SIN uli n.i.iinioiith from Hi. f tin publication ; M .., %  I M.I \ : %  : Ml H.I.V KI KIN I %  S11 • KN %  • I I N A i, \ w .111' It NOT.CE BY D L'QLII"" IN "HE C RCUIT COURT Or ,I< J. DICi AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C4958 VA Y, I' \ VI.VHSH-VI.I. H.VRHAW.VY IR MI SUIT FOR DIVORCE II M.VH II VI.I. HARHAVVA1 %  %  ': | \ 1 IIKRM V.N .-M I. I \"N KA.MFT .'.'• %  Ill VI I' 'i'i I \ N |l v ..,, I'l-piiiy i VN KAIM.AN || you fall in :. 7 : i %  • I by defa Fli-i ? CE UN ER Tl IOUS NAME LAW IIKRI I i > :;-. thai IK JKWISI VN a INK tNH OltHKI 'I'.ii.l,. %  ITV JUDGE'S CO N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. R DA IN PHOf HOB 1 I O CRLOiTORS ... I Mlli.VHAM VV %  %  %  I %  %  ., in, ill Mini' I lol Ida, i ) V.li % %  UN I I v. %  %  i. I N Vncillai nl Ma] '. UN %  i :I.I. Sidiu > v\ i:..i i 'enti r i %  the Clt i'i. SI N \i VN .. I.A VI 7-Hf the flrat iiublli atlon hereof, i ih. -.un, n II Ibarred i >..'.. i .it Miami, Florida, this i da) nl Mn-. A I > '" wu:v HKNRY Ol 'TTL-I B \ KKI utor i publlcal Ion "i thii m lice i Mi.7lh da) "i Ma y. ISM SAM1 KI. I HAM) %  .. Si ".111 ill"I I, l-'l.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN PROBATE, No. 66O470 B IN H \\ \ \l N NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ |Vri ; I notified • i. kNN vi lil.NDY, di fount; I 'i'i ... i 'our!. Dai .... i .' Sect I their la. \\ 11M111 -1 > • • •I. "i 11 -.in NOTICf. L NDER r. .1 FlCT'TiOUS NAME LAW I \ IKRI'.IIY UIVKN t v v M N I niNDT '' V ;-.•. ~ %  -' %  N Si:, i lad, %  mitt), Fin la u Nil. INI •' CIRCU.T COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL Icaul ll \ ii-v IT I" Ihi nl.inn in. | •la I ill ultorne) -. I:S.-'IN ,\ I'S~I:N I:S'.'S ISO* Vinali v Kldic. I-' • Ida I file Ihi Fflce of thi t*F rk il ihi t'li %  '••in-!, "ii nf in. ii in. will IH taken an Miami. I : •. RK i llv K M I.YMA.N • %  i ik NO riCE UNDER F CTlTIOUS NAME LAW v i • NOTICE UNDER F CTiTIOUS NAME LAW \ %  %  %  V|i ii • IF Ml v Ml C".-Mi:• 111 %  I.I iNP I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIVKN thai VII III s SKRVU K i s \\ %  II. I%  .' lunty, \ I-' %  • v II M ami, l"in i'ii II CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No 65C 4538 • \ • .\ HRl '\\ N Jl'ANITA RROWN, I •• •. 'nl, in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC, Jl'ANl' V HRl 'W N. Ri tlfli Ulvorce i laii on Plain! Iff Nli'lll H.AS. N VV h Miami Fl i lerk "f ii ItMAN. C '• 'I'KI.AM lerk



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    Dates or Sequential Designation:
    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
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    63 v. : ;
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    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    May 21, 1965

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

    Notes

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

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    University of Florida
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    cJewish Floridian
    Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Vr''jme 38 Number 21
    Miami. Florida, Friday, May 21. 1965
    Three Sections Price 20*
    Birch Society Doubling Membership Slawson
    By Special Report
    YORK The American
    i Co nmittee learned here
    . 1 ihn Birch Society, which
    : led it> membership in the
    i in.rn 10,000 to 80.-
    - -, eking to enter the polit-
    ., !.) promote the extreme
    po n ion in Oongresaion>
    throughout the country

    I

    Dr. John Slawson. executive vice
    president of the American Jewish
    Committee, made public extensive
    factual rntcrial on what he celled
    the "amazinu grrwth of the MX
    vear-oM J'hn Birch Society." s<
    the h u in a n relations ag >nct
    i pened it- :>sih annual meeting at
    the Americana Motel over the
    weekend, with 5(>o leaden from
    communities throughout the coun-
    try ga'.hehnj; to consider major
    human relations issues at homi
    and abroad.
    Annual inctme of the John
    Bh-th Society, Dr. Slawson said,
    has gone from $130,003 in 19S9,
    when it first got under way, to
    over $3,200,000 last year, not in-
    cluding finds derived from its
    publishing and book-selling en-
    terprises.
    He painted out that the Birch
    Society ha, been expanding in
    the face of a barrage of adverse
    pi ;i>. including denunciations
    by high government officii is and
    ' m -r- !> new ;papei -. magi
    rim s, radio, and TV. In fact, he
    the s -iety's chapters have
    increased from 50 in 1S59. W.nen
    they were mainly underground "o
    mere than 500 currently in 50 st >
    V d the District of Columbia
    The new member-hip drive.
    dcntly receiving top pr; rity in "i>-
    Birch Society, Dr. Slav-son -
    aimed at organizing chapters
    in .. least three-quarters of
    Continued on Page ISA
    B G Says Eshkol Unfit
    To be Prime Minister
    MAPAI MINORITY IN SUPPORT PAGE U-A
    U-COURT DR.llHRVAN UPTON ROSKHAN
    oinj president out join] chairman incoming president executive director
    Federation Sets
    Xnnual Meeting;
    Helm to Change
    REIATED STORIES PACES 10-12A
    held at ;in affiliated facility of the
    : si rvations for the 27th
    meeting 11 the Greater
    Federati n an l the
    lewish / ppeal v i< tor;
    .. c being re en i d
    : 'Hi number, it was an
    Wedm sdaj by Dat i i B
    I airman of the Annual
    im n Hi e
    i ni. scheduled for Satur
    ening, 7 15 p.m., al the
    VWHA of Greater Miami,
    SW 8th St win mark the
    .n Federatii n historj
    nual meeting is b. in...
    Federation
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will be
    honored for two years of dis-
    tinguished service as Coirbined
    Jewish Appeal chairman, and
    President Sidney Lefcourt will
    be honored upon the completion
    of three terms as president of
    the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration.
    "It is significant that the newi -i
    facility in the Federation family,
    Continued on Page 10-A
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Formei
    Premier David Ben-Gurion posed
    the longer ,.f a split in Israel -
    dominant Mapai Party with a
    blunt charge this week that Pre
    inier Levi Bshkol w .i< not fit to
    the country. The rift within
    the party stemmed from differ
    ences between Ben-Gurion and his
    Ma* ,ii supporters and Premier Esh-
    kol as party leader over two is-
    sues
    One was an alignment between
    Mapai and Achdut Avodah for the
    rthcoming national elections, ne-
    tial i i j Bshkol and opposed by
    Gurion becau >e the alignment
    .. pk dg bj Mapai t>
    drop its former stand for elect
    n foi to i 'id the multiplicity of
    i In Israel
    The other was the explosive
    Lavon affair, involving a long
    fight over responsibility for a
    disastrous security mishap which
    occurred when Pinhas Lavon
    was Defense Minister in 19S4.
    Lavon was exonerated by a num-
    ber of investigations, including
    one by a Ministerial Committee
    of which Eshko! had been a mem-
    ber. Ben-Gurion has strongly op-
    posed those findings and de-
    manded a probe.
    Prior i" Ben-Gurion's blunt at-
    . on Eshkol, made al a meet-
    70 member Tel Aviv
    i anch of the Mapai retariat,
    Ben-Gurion's followers had pre
    ! a platform rejecting the
    ment platform adopted By a
    na ority headed by I'n
    1 -Vkol
    a sailed the alignment with
    u h lah, asserting that it
    Continued on Page 9-A
    LUDWIG IRHARU
    happier future
    Israel and W est Germany Open
    New Era in Diplomatic Relations
    Lefcourt Due to Deliver
    Outgoing Prexy's Report
    Left "mi Mill be honored
    I of hi- three out-
    ms .is pi, iivnt of the
    mi Jcv ish Federation
    n L'Tlh annual meet
    . at the new YM and

    ' has held the presiden< >
    munit) central bud
    lining and fund raising
    for th longest con-
    pan, m a tehing the
    e "i stanle) C Myers,
    rved .i- the first president
    nation f.ir a three-year
    beginning in i38.
    Under Lefcourt's direction,
    ' J4.0C0.C30 has been raised
    fr Combined Jewish Appeal's
    5<--n'-iei in the local eommun-
    ity and oversees, A number of
    r*w prcgrams were implement-
    so to provide increased service
    ""oi h the local Federation
    '"fev and olans were pre-
    pared for the future growth of
    the Federation as the hub of the
    Miami Jewish community's cen-
    tral health and welfare needs.
    in his report at the annual meet-
    Saturdi j n ght, Lefcourt is i x
    pected to stress his c nviction that
    Continued on Page 10-A
    JERUSALEM (JTA) -The
    -..'. ':: ent of diplomatic rela-
    tions between Israel and West
    Germany this week marked a new
    pter m the turbulent and often
    ly history of the relations ol
    lh< two | oples.
    The announcement included re-
    ase of the texts of letters be-
    ei Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
    I Premier Levi Eshkol in which
    icelloi si mificantly m I
    thi atl itude "i the German
    i tin enl has prw ed that we
    av. 11 ol the p cial Germa i
    ion to ard thi Jew ish pei
    the world, including Is
    i
    I s agreed in the lengthy ne-
    gctiationc preceding the an-
    nouncement. Premier Eshkol's
    letter was in the form of a reply
    to the Chancellor's letter, indi-
    rectly s'ressing the fact that the
    establishment of relations was on
    the initiative of Chancellor Er-
    hard's Government.
    I 'hanceHor's letter indii
    that Israel had received sal
    Mi ii on .i number '. outstanding
    ssues between the two countries.
    ided "!i ment of the
    dispute which developed when
    West Get n'j id lenly halted the
    !.:si stages of a multi-million dol
    s supply to Nracl because
    i| \r.ii> threats; i conomic aid to
    Israel; and the pr. blem of We I
    German specialists working in
    Continued on Page 6 A
    ARMED NAZIS
    % %
    Senate Moves on Soviet Jews
    LIADIRS TISTIfl ON CAPITOL Hill
    PAGl 9-4
    WASHINGTON (JTA' The
    senate, with a unanimous vote of
    ,;s to adi pted this weekend a
    'nn, n ondemning the relig-
    tors and cultural persecution of
    - In the Soviet Union.
    The Senate acted promptly on
    the measure, which was proposed
    earlier b) Sen Abraham A. Ribi-
    coff, a f t c r its Foreign Affairs
    imittee reported favorably Fri-
    lay mi the res ilution, which urged
    the Sonic I num. "in the name ol
    decencj and humanity," to ci a i
    executing persons "for alleged ec.
    ises a ii d to permit
    fully the fre exercise of religion
    and the pursuit of culture by Jews
    and all Others within its borders"
    The only substantive change in-
    troduced in the original resolu-
    tion was that the Foreign Rela-
    tions Committee added, in the
    first part referring to the per-
    secution of Jews, also a refer-
    ence to Christian and Moslem
    citiiens of the Soviet Union.
    Bet it left intact th; point that
    Jews were singled out "for ex-
    Continued on Page 3-A
    Plot to Kill
    Sweden Jews
    Is Revealed
    KHOLM -i r/A) Po -
    i poi t< I this week that documi
    ,i in a raid on an armed S .
    ip included Nazi death senteno
    i ? ve.iish Jewi.-h leadi rs
    - to annihilate Sw ed-
    I 15 \ s atement expn Bsing
    ii e Government's reaction to
    \...i n "deploring" its exist-
    and lei mini', the existence if
    a Nazi ring as "humiliating to all
    Swedes was issued bj Prime Min-
    st, r Tage Erlander.
    The number of arrests in the
    po'ice ac ion rcse to six, includ-
    ing Bjoern Lundahl, Sweden's
    tcp Nazi. The Egyptian Embas-
    sy here denied contacts with the
    Nazi group which had been re-
    ported by police in announcing
    the uncovering of the Naii group.
    The Embassy official involved in
    Continued on Page 8-A


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    Friday. May 21
    Medical Seminar At Mount Sinai
    SAMVtl CtKTNIK
    Gertner Writes
    Guest Editorial
    Samuel Gertner. executive direct-
    or of Mount Sinai Hospital, Is the
    lor of .1 guest editorial in the
    April issue of "Southern Hospitals."
    In the editorial. Gertner declares
    that "Mr, Average citizen (who
    nay l>e one of the seven who will
    c to a hospital every year)
    ist k n OW that his hospital is
    n t merely a building but an Insti-
    tution made up and comprised ol
    people serving people with human
    human problems, and lui
    pleasure at" accomplishment
    i ogress "
    hit i- president of the Flor-
    H spital Association.
    Medical stafl t M o u n I
    its 15th a
    ir at the h is
    pita] ihis wee! rh< teminar.
    phj ncians on
    the 1 a t '.- s t ents in th<
    Unresolved Pi h ms in l
    Medicine." ill re as n
    s [acuity 12 nationallj know n
    professors tors.
    urers will include Drs J
    aid Berk, California College oi
    Mi dicine; Frank J, Dixon, Scripps
    Clinic and Research F undati in;
    William J. Harrington, University
    .if Miami School oi Medicine; Jay
    .1. Jacoby, Marquette University
    B'nai Raphael
    Picnic Sunday
    Congregation B'nai Raphael
    Religious School has slated
    its annual Las; B'Omer picnic for
    Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. at Greynolds
    Park
    in the evening, at 7 p.m., i w
    Urination services will be held in
    the synagogue, Rabbi Harold Rich-
    ter will officiate The junior choir
    group, led by Cantor .lack l.erner
    and Miss Anne l.erner. will join
    with the confirmands In a cantata
    entitled "Give Us Strength "
    The following will be confirmed:
    Toby, daughter of Mr and Mrs
    Sam Arbit; Laurie, daughter ol
    Mr. and Mrs Max Becker. An-
    drew, son ol Mr and Mrs Eugene
    Goldscheid; Alan, son ol Mr. and
    Mrs Harry Hausman; Sue, daugh-
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    \, io Dr Leo M Levin.
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    l nite.l States. Canada and South
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    , la) seminar will cor ntainebleau Hotel
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    JpwAf fhrHitr
    Paqe 3-A
    .Mlimi Delegates Off to Attend BB
    Convention Opening Sunday in Israel
    By Special Report
    w CGTON i irec lerfders
    ill in the Miami area
    [or Israel aa part of .1
    , i- n airlift "i American and
    delegates and guestc to
    ilir -h service organization's
    convention
    Pallet, Miami Boneh
    ind banker, who is to be
    International vice pres-
    . 1 onventton; Senior Mu-
    OUli .1 11 rl g e Milton A.
    dl Miami; and Samuel
    \ ,.| .1 Miami, who will In* in
    president of B'nai It'rith
    in June, are el.K'ted del-
    DM international meet-
    I; : Bunda) in Jem-
    B'r 11 li representatives
    continents \*ili attend
    11 m ention

    who lives at 5255 Col-
    lins Avenue, is a member of the
    Board of Governors of Bnai
    B'rilh and a past president of
    B'nai B'rith District 5, covering
    eight Southeastern states and the
    District of Columbia.
    Judge Friedman, >>i 8001 s\v 2nd
    Ave i- .1 past president of Dis-
    trict :> He is also ;, national com-
    mbsioner-elecl to the Anti-Defa-
    mation League of B'nai B'rith,
    Nieberg. of 3942 SW 5th st has
    been a member of the B'nai B'rith
    District 3 Board <>i Governors sinee
    1860
    The B'nai B'rith convention is
    tlif second for. Uie 121 -year-old or
    ganization to held outside the
    I'nited States The group met in
    Israel in 1959, setting up what uas
    then the largest airlift in commer-
    cial airline historj
    'l lu complex travel and housing
    ements tar this year's as-
    educator; and Label A. Katz, re-
    tiring; president ol B'nai B'rith
    FftlfDMAN
    NltBWG
    PALLOT
    Senate Adopts Resolution
    On Jews in Soviet I nion
    nued from Page 1-A
    :nishmenf" by the Sovi-
    et i. --orities.
    ition as adopted by
    reads as follow -
    - the Congress ol the
    . lea deeply belles as in
    ion for -ill people
    osed to infringement of
    Min anywhere in the
    .1
    - abundant e\ idence has
    11 that the Government
    ..I 1 nion is persecut-
    rious degrees ol intensitj
    it.s 1 hrietian, Jew ish
    tizens, and
    e iv also abundant
    ish citizens h.i\ c
    II
    for extreme pun
    ged economU 1A
    I ating synagogues,
    Jew ish cemeterie
    abbis and lay religioua
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    leaders, bj curtailing religious ob
    v .< ii c e bj discriminating
    in cultural activities
    a< cess in highei education, bj
    imposing restrictions that prevent
    the reuniting ol J< w u ith their
    lies in other land- and by oth-
    acts that oppress Jews in the
    frei exercise ol their faith. and
    "Whereas the Soviet Union
    has a clear opportunity to match
    the words of its constitutional
    guarantee of freedom of relig-
    ion with specific actions, so that
    the world may know whether
    there is a genuine hope for a
    new day of better understand-
    ing among all people: now there-
    fore, be it
    Resolved l>> the Sen ite the
    House ol Representativ es col
    that H is tli- sense of the
    ress that persecution ol an)
    religion
    , ned,
    nion in the
    . oe
    . | i ,
    i
    to permit
    ion and Ih.....
    I> Jew -
    semblj include transporting the
    convention from a- opening in Je-
    rusalem to subsequent sessions In
    Tel \viv and Caesarea, where i-
    rael Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
    will address the delegates
    The convention will also hear
    Pr -uient Zalman Shazar, former
    Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
    Ion, l s Supreme Court Justice
    Arthur .i Goldberg and other
    prominent Israelis and leaders of
    American Jewrj
    A number of meetings will be
    held in the auditorium of the new
    B'nai B'rith Building in Tel Aviv.
    In a pre-convention ceremony,
    the auditorium will be dedicated
    in honor of Eddie Jacobson, of
    Kansas City, a B'nai B'rith lead-
    er who was the close friend and
    former business partne* of Pres-
    ident Truman.
    Jacobson w s instrumental in
    arranging the first White House
    eting between President Tru-
    man and the late Dr I'hiini Weil
    mann shortly before the establish-
    ment Of Israel's statehood. His Wld
    i w. Mrs, Bluma Jacobson, will par-
    ticipate in the dedication.
    Other activities include the dedi-
    cation of the B'nai B'rith Librarj
    i now under construction at Sde lin-
    ker in the Negev and a memorial
    ceremony to Jewish victims of the
    N'azi holocaust at the B'nai B'nth
    Martyrs' Forest in the Judean
    hills
    The library is part of the Mid-
    rasha an academy for
    in desert reclamation established
    hy the Israel Government The h
    brary will ultimately contain
    arrrOTTg other volume-. Mr Hen
    ion personal book- and pa
    pers
    speakers highlighting the
    i on\ ention are Israel D e p u t j
    Prime Minister Abba Eban; F >r
    Minister <; Ida Meir; Philip
    \l Klutznick, B'nai B'rith pies.
    dent from 1853 to 1959. and form-
    er l s Ambassador at the United
    Nation-. Rabbi Morris Adler, a
    leading American theologian and
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    Volume 38 Number 21
    Friday. May 21, 1965
    19 Iyar 5725
    Federation's Annual
    Meeting Saturday Eve
    The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration will hold its 27th annual
    manting Saturday evening For the
    first time in its history, Federation
    gather for the event at the facil-
    ities of one of its cffiliate arencies.
    the YM end WHA.
    The recent acquisition o: the Y
    is .tself symbolic of the new imaae
    Federation seeks to project 38 our
    Jewish community's central hind-
    sing and planning organization.
    This year, Federation can look
    .-: for the second successive time
    : weli-performed Combined Jew-
    Appecl campaign. CIA and Fed-
    :on hapDily anticipate 'hat
    pre-1964 siump has now been
    and vanquished. The nature ot
    t.-.e Saturday function, in the form
    victory dinner, reflects this spirit
    o: return ;o accomplishme::-
    Part of the achievement lies in
    the broadened base of giving. While
    the initial gifts and pacesetters divis-
    ions of the Combined Jewish Appeal
    remain the cornerstone of the cam-
    paign, the increase in the number of
    individual gifts, each of which may perhaps
    be smaller, still suggests Federation's reaching
    out to encompass a larger segment of the com-
    munity and to offer both its purpose and ser-
    vice as the best means of local Jewish identi-
    fication.
    More, however, is needed, more in terms of
    the development of new leadership through a
    planned and gradual program designed to
    give Federation and CJA a "seasoned look."
    The emphasis upon new leaders can not be
    stressed too strongly as a means of creatinq
    a climate of reliable and responsible continuity
    in our Jewish communal affairs.
    In line with this requirement, the annual
    meetinq Saturday also sugqests the need for
    further exploration into the workinqs of Feder-
    ation, itself, a proqram of staff-buildinq for
    the ultimate purpose of achievinq a larqer pro-
    fessional orqanization. The sums required will
    not reap immediate benefits. But the final
    significance to Federation ot such a lonq-ranqe
    proqram will be apparent in increased efficien-
    cy and potential.
    The ultimate aim of Greater Miami's cen-
    tra! fund-raisinq and planninq aqency is im-
    plicit in its purpose. The new imaqe both of
    Federation and CJA, the broadened base of
    giving, the traininq of young leaders and the
    expansion of professional start all of these,
    onq many others, can bring this purpose to
    fuller achievement.
    Leaders to be Honored
    The Federation meeting Saturday will see
    Mr. Sidney Lefcourt's retirement from his helm
    a three-term president and of Dr. Irvinq
    Lehrman from two years as chairman of the
    Combined Jewish Appeal. Both men have de-
    ed themselves steadfastly and enerqetically
    to their r&spcnsibilities.
    Mr. Lefcourt and Dr. Lehrman justly de-
    serve the honors to be accorded them durinq
    the meetinq.
    Joseph M. Lipton, nominated as president
    to succeed Mr. Lefcourt, is well-equipped to
    take over. His many years of leadership in
    both the Jewish and qeneral communities, and
    in a variety of civic and philanthropic activ-
    ities, qualify him for the post to which he is
    recommended.
    Workinq in conjunction, with Arthur S.
    Rosichan, executive direc'or of tho Greater
    rmi Jewish Federation, whose capability has
    tur: Federation beck onto the load of
    it, Mr. Lipton offers the promise of
    n further levels of community accomplish-
    :it.
    A N0T Of CONFIDENCE


    Growing Identification
    The first annual forum and installation of
    the Rabbinical Association oi Greater Miami
    suqqests a new trend in the relationship be-
    tween the association and the community it
    serves.
    Several hundred persons representinq
    leadinq organizations in Jewish activity here
    attended the function at Temple Beth Sholom
    last week.
    This "first" indicates a step on the part of
    our spiritual leaders toward involvinq them-
    selves even more fully than before in the qen-
    eral affairs of the community. Similarly, it in-
    dicates that the rabbis are, themselves, inter-
    ested in qreater lay concern for their own pro-
    qrams, as well as problems.
    The outqoinq president's report listed the
    wide field of rabbinic identification in both
    Jewish and qeneial communal endeavor here.
    The forum and installation auqurs well for fu-
    ture proqress in this qrowinq identification.
    Tribute to a Rabbi
    The forum was the site for singling out
    Rabbi Murray Alstet on the occasion of
    50th anniversary in the rabbinate.
    Rabbi Alstet served as Beth David Congre-
    gation's first spiritual leader. His tenure :
    came at a tune when many of todav's lev
    leaders were either students of the religious
    school or members of his faculty.
    In addiuon. Rabbi Alstet extended the I
    zons of his pulpit actively to opose the Ku Klux
    Klan and to involve himself in interfaith aft i
    Beth David Congregation honoied R.:
    Alstet during its late Friday services last week.
    His recognition by the Rabbinical Association
    of Greater Miami the evening before was
    another tribute to a spiritual leader who has
    devoted half a century of service to Judaism.
    during
    (he week
    as i see it
    by LEO MINDLIN
    Hurting Israel's Welfare
    The diplomatic accord between the Fed-
    eral Republic of West Germany and the State
    of Israel is a new era in human affaiis prin
    cipally because of the painful relationship that
    exists between Jews and Germany.
    The recognition comes late. Neve-the'-
    it is welcome. We may say........;
    difficult to see the German flag Qyinq :u fa
    or to hear Germany's national anthem
    by Israelis on state occasions. These coi
    erations are beside the point.
    It is also hurtful to Israel's welfare.
    THOSE OF us Interested in
    the destiny of the state of
    Israel are taking a special
    riew of events in Viet Nam
    and the Dominican Republic
    Five months ago. mi h a vie
    might not have been p,
    The aim of President John-
    son's new "Great s
    was turned inward upon do-
    mestic affairs. If thi aim, it.
    self, has not chai pp^'
    ciably. Mr Johnson's emphasis certainly lies in mother
    The civil rights Issue continues to concern him So do med are, the
    general extension of social security benefits, and aid to education
    Bui the accent is abroad. Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic
    explosive as the) may be, are but a part of the proliferi
    seas area> of interest to which the President has commit'.
    Tin' North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Charles
    determination to reject the VS. partnership in it. evei
    means rejecting NATO as a whole, may be regarded
    eoninj outward of American interest So. too. are Mr
    sharpening eye on German) and the Soviet Union. It m
    axgued that these have been en going Washington cons
    hack through the Kennedy, Eisenhower and Truman \:
    tions Indeed, the de Gaulle problem, one can say with.
    contradiction, is merely the fulflowering of the French lea
    term ambition to make France the central power on thi
    continent and ti> reduce the power of our own ascend
    then
    Nevertheless all of these havi iderabf)
    .is a result oi..... I..(t isia ai
    Dominican Republii Thi en the "Gn at -
    - last January foi in I our battling ti
    tells more than the storj of a changing politu i
    u irain.
    WAK LIADIR Of A NATION AT WAR
    IT ALSO TELLS the rtorj hai I personalit) ii tl
    Mr Johnson short K< i
    Mr. John* f his < urrenl ;
    f tin ty. Here.
    tl al ha ed the chi i
    is the man. hi \ iet \
    as a efore thi i ttv Great S
    was the commitment in i ssue* that princij
    his in nation. Indi the Domii
    well ha vi be< en ted to test the President's inclinatioi I
    escalation ol conflict anywhere, nol alone in Southeast \-
    osi who proposed the tesl sore!) miscalculated th.
    determination to meet the crisis militaril)
    it might have been relatively eas> for the President to
    the Organization i>( American siates to make the decisi
    Caribbean, with the L\S urging that something be don. i
    off the establishment of another Communist enclave in the A rB
    Hemisphere The Bay of Pigs apart, this was precisely
    Kennedy did. Neither was it the late President j failure .,
    suggested to Mr. Johnson the need for meeting the Dor
    volt b) force
    Mr Johnson acted in his own behalfjust as he ).,,
    own agent in the decision to proliferate our military mov<
    Southeast Asia If in the beginning he yielded to the Kent..
    todS) Mr Johnson is a war leader of a nation at war to
    its best interests.
    rWO PIVOTAL QUtSTIONS NftDINC ANSWl*S
    THE PRESIDENT'S DEFENSE is, of course, self-evident W.
    not bow out from our commitment in Viet Nam. I hi-
    the Communists are waiting for us to do If we withdraw it
    be a signal for communism to test us even further. Assured tl
    mean business m Southeast Asia, the Communists have mad.
    in the Caribbean Now that we have stopped them then' -i- ( I
    the world must know we mean what we H)
    Two questions, among many others arise One is Wl
    the Communists we are talking about" While the Soviet t ni
    be making ugly noises in our direction, they are secretl)
    lighted with our stand m Viet Nam as they possibly can "be It
    not Moscow's expansion we aim to check, it is Red China's W
    >t more specific in spelling out the issues? The war in Viet N
    might well take on a different philosophic complexion ar I '
    different militar) one, if we did.
    The second question Is What precisel) do we mean b) i
    '' check lion" anywhere in the world in the name
    determination?
    ihs clearly, i~ the pivotal issue In the opening obsei
    here about Viet Nam, the Dominican Republic and thorn
    tcrested in the destiirj of Israel For the very privui
    ai med as its own in the role ol universal wat hd
    i- denies lo the Jewish State, which lo k~ mere!) to : i >l
    AS INC0NSISTINT PKtSIDMIAl POSITION
    J^ CASE in point her.- would he the 1956-57 Sinai cai
    ;:' nhowei Administration demanded Israel s
    ' di posed Nasser a leader il
    a us th. worst kind ol diplomatic I
    1 Ihc Middle East peace,
    u' need not Bo thai far back The disastrous Eisenl
    ha' i mce been repealed, if on a smaller i
    Sldenl Kennedy and nou Mr Johns,,,, It would be lUll
    ess than praise Mr Johnson's general attitude toward i
    now His leadership m the joint is Israel desalinatioi |
    ' 'magnificent hosting ol Prime Minister Eahkol during Mr I
    visit her, last year an- cases in point,
    But the Presidents aide. M>,t Feldman. who recentl) H'
    White House, has not been replaced Originally an Intimate Kcin
    or, M.i Fehrman stayed on in thai capacit) after the
    ,"'" Iervm '" expert on is Israel affair- Today, l'r<
    Johnson doesn't -a.v to discuss matters pertaining to Isr i
    e leaves to the state Department, traditional and
    S?"t0 "' !ll~ on the Department to do for him l
    f eldman once did.
    When he does talk about Israel, it is mainly to caul
    against unilateral action In defending her rights be il ii '
    '" ,,u' N*tion,al Wat ProJ cl ... ol Gamal Abdel N
    |;-;l!",i:" > tar as N I, the I
    Appat uly. Mr Jo| ,. ,
    letern
    a.un or | |ic


    Friday. May 21, 1965
    +Jenlst) Ik r Minn
    Page 5-A
    By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
    Dade's War on Poverty Leader
    \
    In August, 1964,
    the United Stati -
    G ii v e i n in e n I
    passed i h e Eco.
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    to "provide the
    opportunity for
    m ..ml training, the ri-
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    to live in decency an I
    ir .ill the v ople in all

    \u in Cassel, .in at-
    a wealth of experi
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    i. wi >h res i den t ol Dade
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    ; .ird of the Eco
    lit) Program, lo-
    \\\ is! >t include
    I me appointed by the
    :-.n.. Authority; David
    n the Greater Miami
    . tion; Jack I) Gor
    p County lloard of Pub-
    ic tion; and I>r Joseph
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    read and steeped hin self in the
    theories "i contemporary social
    historians.
    He is currently .1 vice president
    of the Greater Miami Chapter of
    American Jewish Comrriittee. He
    has been active in Federation
    Mi- in tivities range as far afield
    "as a profound interest in music
    Mr. Cassel more recently
    taught music appreciation at the
    University of Miami He one:
    served two terms as president ol
    Jewish Family and Children's
    Sen ice He knows about and I
    for human 1 roblems
    Way of life
    l hi n iv n 1 sons in |
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    Under the new Poverty Act. there
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    In an attempt to strike al
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    Friday. N.ay 21, 1955
    Israel, W. Germany Establish Ties
    tore the formal announcement, to do so, tolloweu by Syria -..!
    I several *rab courttriea retaliated di Arabia Most of the 1
    by breaking <>it relations with countries of the Arab Leag
    West Germany. Iraq was the fust expected t. do likewise.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    (.irn .ui idvanced weapons for the
    Nasser regime.
    The Chancellor's reference to
    3u pcnded .1 r m s issue was
    . jue saying only thai the ques-
    .u remaining supplies had
    been settled b> "mdtual agree-
    n1 Ho -aid also ti.it his gov-
    Sunshine Chapter
    Membership Tea
    At Americana
    Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
    Women, held its seventh annual
    installation luneheon at t h e
    Americana Hotel on May 8 Mrs
    Frank Burg was installed a- pres-
    ident
    Cither officers are Mrs Morri-
    Wilson, Mrs Morn- Bernstein.
    Mr- Samuel Kup-enel. Mrs. Sam-
    uel liahson. Mrs Bernard Fried-
    man. Mrs. Lillian Jacoby, Mrs.
    Jack Dresner. Mrs Nathan Banks.
    Mr- .Henrj Henann. Mrs. Frank
    Mandel, Mrs Joseph Galane, Mrs.
    Samuel Bredt, Mrs. Florence Bern-
    ste n
    Trustees are Mrs Thomas Fried-
    man, Mrs .lack Goldberg, Mrs
    Meyer Gordon Fleeted board
    members are Mrs Milton uvm
    berg and Mr- Arnold Rothenberi;.
    Rabbi Max \ Lipschitz, of Beth
    . Congregation, paid tribute
    e newly elected president
    i<. i was Mrs Murray
    sk'.:p. eh:,! vice consultant
    president, Broward-North
    incil.
    Mrs. Milter H e nberg and Mi -
    - Frii dman w pre cha 1
    - Hi 1.1 > B 0 -\i Palm
    I 1 1 -
    District 5. ai :'
    rom Broward-
    I
    iional ''''.1 nmei
    ernment would enter int 1 talk.- "in
    the near luture. i.e. two or thro"
    months" about economic aid to
    Israel, No figures were cited,
    Erhard said that a large num-
    ber of the West German special-
    ists "engaged in activities in the
    military sphere in countries out-
    side NATO" had returned volun-
    tarily to West Germany in recent
    months and that he expected
    more to do so. For the rest, he
    declared that "all means provid-
    ed by law" were being used
    against nationals engaged in
    such activities.
    He expressed the hope that the
    decision would "pave the way into
    a happier future cf the relations
    oi our two nations."
    Premier Eshkol replied in kind.
    expressing gratification hut noting
    the somber historical back-
    ground" a reference to the
    Nazi slaughter of 6.OOO.OOO Euro-
    pean Jewish men. women and chil-
    liien and a stormy political
    one."
    The Premier expressed the hope
    that West Gcrmrny would speed-
    ily nspose" nf the problems ol
    ih" specialists In Egypt and cited
    one item of differences which the
    Chancellor had no; mentioned
    the statute of limitation- on pros-
    ecution of Nazi war criminals in
    West Germany which the Parlia-
    ment recently postponed for four
    and a half years, fndirectlj indl
    eating ill.:- Israel was not satis-
    fied with that action, the Israeli
    Premier cited "the importance
    \ hich 1 have always attached to
    the question oi the cancellation "i
    to the Governments ol the 13 mem-
    Premier Eshkol lauded the Chan
    .-llor- role in the historic deci-
    sion, declaring thai it was Er-
    hard's "personal initiative and de-
    terminal 1 n" which led to a "sat-
    isfactorj solution" of the outstand-
    ing ISSUes between the two coun
    tries as preliminary to the agree-
    ment on the diplomatic exchange.
    In Bonn, Dr. Eugen Gersten-
    mair, president of the Bundes-
    tag, the lower house of Parlia-
    ment, expressed "pleasure" over
    the announcement. He told a
    press conference that he would
    "not have dared predict this a
    year ago." He added that "the
    main point is that a solution has
    been found to the question of
    weapons" but did not elaborate
    on what the solution was.
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    explaining why Bonn had recog-
    nised Israel and asking for their
    understanding However, c\en be
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    Friday. May 21. 1965
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    Page IK
    I Thant Denies Territorial Proposal
    are for the better
    worse."
    or for the
    I I
    ID \ Vlin\s jta merits and shift (terns "
    He added he felt "it is a little
    it in .' ni vspaper in
    iy, a 111 ging thai Secret irj
    u had proposed a "Jord in
    xchi I territorj as
    i'\ \ i|
    r the i nited Nations a
    no) m ide Kh a
    i ui an i "had never I
    l | was printed in Der
    ni i. : .- circulatioi Ac
    -
    Ian i-
    ild
    ,i i dan i i
    . rtisalem, and in-
    Mount Scopus into
    The Latrun area is a demili-
    t- srael Jordanian UN Mixed
    lice Commission. Mount
    Scoo-s, site of the pre-1948 Heb-
    rew University campus and
    H enclave surrounded by areas
    con'-alled by Jordan.
    too ear'y to assess whether these
    shifting alignments and patterns
    in thai area and the United v- >
    lions has to '<> its utmost to en
    Without referrin bj name to conditions conducive to th
    the Jordan River dispute, he said ful settlement oi outstam
    . have !" \ erj vigilant k li -

    i
    i
    ilem Israeli officials
    i the German report ground-
    rut said nothing vu known
    ...1 about such plans The
    sources noted that, in the
    . icpressed it -elf as
    - territorial
    its j irdanian i*>i der,
    territorial exchange
    mis;
    Thai here thai the
    - tO ill) IN lit
    n litions < ondu
    - ittlemenl oi
    Jordan .
    en 1st .i
    - 11. -

    n the Mil d
    . fm esav
    there over
    the J rdan R rer
    d thai he I
    had changed in
    that there were
    ast, as in other
    :,, ahiftin
    NCCJ Program
    Clinic Features
    ooo presidents and
    i hair men of dromon's or
    lions throughout Soutri Plot*'
    beet ited i" attend imc
    r.th annu il pr gran cllnii of
    la Region >>( the Nation
    rem i o| Christians u
    I \l.i> 2",
    "! the clinic, which i>
    i'd each year by the Wo
    Division ot the NCCJ, is
    ' ition 1965 Dilemmas
    allenges in Human Rela-
    as announced l>> Mrs
    Enterline, co-ehuirnian ot
    - Division and aver
    an oi the clinic
    Keynote speaker for the event
    wll be Dr. Peter Masiko. presi-
    <**" of Miami-Dad* Junior Cel-
    9*
    rd i Wolfson, co-chairman
    Florida Region Board it
    " t the MOCJ, will pre
    opening remarks
    Tlv linic ill be bU from io:30
    in the Jcednn Marsh
    'J Auditorium, according
    '" Mr Knterline.
    "ii the panel will be
    Theodore Gibson, pastor
    n BpiaeonaJ Church;
    NihUl Florida field di
    WICS' .Women in (
    aii b .i tarviews
    for the im'uK created
    'in and Miss Hel-
    consuttanl to Dade
    n the Join f KennedN
    loncernod m eataottsrdn
    kindergarten f. ftva
    *My Sejsftn for Youth
    y."1: nssioa |or young people
    leajple Knranu Kl was held on
    Wurday afternoon at Dr rrVtltf
    ^""n's home Mrs Murry Mai
    " rtairman of the Youth nmi
    "won
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    Friacry. Mcr- il, 1965
    iVin* Spotlights Germany in Talk
    " iere is still no grass roots dem
    tic movement in the Federal
    iblic of West Germany. Dr. Jo-
    . in I'rinz told a capacity at-
    n lance I f some 700 persons meet-
    i Monday night at the DiLido
    }: tel.
    ". Prinz, national president of
    erican Jewish Congress, and
    president of the Conference of
    sidenta of Major American
    .' iah Ori^Hiiiz;!tions, told a gath-
    < g of the South Flrida Region
    o AJC Ogress that "teach-ins
    I as we have been having in
    c. own country would still not be
    ! niited in West Germany."
    Dr. Prinz, recently returned
    ;-;m a trip to the Federal Repub-
    lic at the invitation of West Ber-
    - Mayor Willie Brandt, said
    -at the trappings of democracy
    ist there, but that it still has
    not yet filtered down to the spir-
    it of the people as a way of life.
    Max Lipschitz, spiritual lead-
    1 Beth Torah and chairman of
    f South Florida Region Commis-
    on Jewish Affairs, opened the
    .. acity meeting.
    of
    hideous mats graves of tens
    thousands of Jews
    Turning briefly to the quest! n "f
    civil rights, Dr. Prim declared that
    "a Jew is a Jew. and he can no!
    divrce himself from this condi-
    tion.'"
    Earlier, on Sunday, Dr. Prinz
    attended an American Jewish
    C o n g r ss sponsored afternoon
    function at the home Mr. and
    Mrs. Jack D. Gordon on Miami
    Beach.
    The Monday night affair u,,. con-
    cluded by n.ihbi Leon K
    spiritual leader of Temple
    sholom. and presi lei I
    .JCongrei South Florida
    cil. who aLo presided al .
    ti:;n and answer period :
    I the presentation by i>,

    Dr. Joachim Prinz (right), national president of American Jew-
    ish Congress, meets with AJConaress leaders here Sunday at
    the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon. Left is Gordon, vice
    president of the South Florida Region of AJC, in discussion
    with Dr. Prinz and Rabbi Leon Kronish (center), AJConcrress
    regional president.
    "I know," he said, "how diffi-
    1- cult it will be for Jews through
    ernard Mandler was cited by out the world, and particularly
    : AJCongress South Florid*?'*r*e"*< to $e the fl9 of *"
    . Jicil -in recognition of his out^ G#r_man PeP'e fl/in9 on masts
    Blinding achievement as chairman
    > the Commission on Law and
    S al Action of Congress, in
    .- ngthening Jewish life and ad-
    v;::cing the frontiers of freedom
    1 all Americans."
    The citation was made under
    t sponsorship of The Jewish
    r ridian and Joseph SohlaiK.
    sident of the Graphic History
    < the Jewish Heritage Founda-
    Fred K Shochet, publisher oi
    Jev Ish Kloridian, made the
    mentation
    in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and
    to hear the national anthem,
    'Deutschland Ueber Alias,' play-
    ed by the Hagannah band. On the
    other hand," he noted, "West
    Germany must be considered a
    new force in the Middle East."
    In a cable to Chancellor Erhard.
    Dr. Prinz said he hailed the dip-
    lomatic achievement, expressing
    the hope "that all outstanding
    problem- will find their just and
    fair solution in the near future, and
    we will watch with interest the de-
    velopment of this new formal as-
    sociation into a meaningful his-
    toric relationship which will en-
    able the two countries to contrib-
    ute to stability and peace in the
    Middle East."
    Dr. Prinz said that he has been
    returning to West Germany annu-
    ally since 1946. "but only for bus-
    iness and never on vacation." He
    said that on the occasion of his la-l
    visit, he made a trip to Dachau,
    the infamous concentration camp,
    "where beautiful flowers now
    grow in abundance hiding the
    MIAMI BEACH HAS HAD PROGRESS WITH PROSPERITY WITH HYMAN GALBUT ON CITY COUNCIL THE PAST 2 YEAR? Pull LEVER 2-A
    RE-ELECT II Y 91 A N GALBUT Hyman Galbut has lived in Miami Beach since the early }93(ys. He is married and has 4 sons who attend Me-sivta and the Hebrew Academy. He belongs to Beth Israel and Beth Jacob Synagogues. Secretary of Hebrew Academy. Member: Greater Miami Cemetery Assn. Member: Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. Board Member: Chesed Shel Ernes. Pd !'! Ad\ II
    m fl siHB
    n his address, Dr. Prinx,
    : lied for a "final act of recom-
    pense" by West Germany to-
    ward 150,000 Jewish victims of
    S-iiism barred by German law
    4-m receiving restitution for
    -eir suffering under Hitler."
    r. Prinz urged the West Ger-
    i Bundestag to adopt an
    endment to the Federal Com
    sation Law that would indentni- |
    lewish survivors of Nazi perse-
    t ion who can not claim restitu-
    i under the law because they
    re marooned in Iron Curtain
    < ntries when the filing period
    ired Oct. 1, 1953.
    I call u p (i n the respons
    ; the new Germany,
    : r Br.har i. t>>
    -e th restitution on
    mil' ci an I statesman
    >. nol ling." he declare I
    ring l" the newly establish-
    diplomatic relationship betv
    SI ite Israel and West G i
    nj Dr Prinz said that the ac-
    in as having been
    een two sovereign
    tes u ,- i nj overdue." he i m
    SEIDERMAN WINNER OF PRAISE
    FOR B'NAI B'RITH WORK HERE
    Plot to Kill
    Swedish Jews
    Continued from Page 1-A
    -e charges is now in Cairo and
    obobly will not return since he
    ould be liable to expulsion by
    .vedish authorities. More ar-
    -tsts were indicated.
    lie targe) Of the death sen-
    e '.' .<- Bernard Tarsdiys, chair-
    n of the Stockholm Board of
    SO Deputies, who was "Con
    ted" of "Zionism, treacherous ;
    loyalty, subversive propa
    i potice said. They found two
    i arms in the raid. The
    ns for murdering all Swedish
    - provided for injections and
    ming of corpses on Stockholm
    ii-f di "
    )ther documents, including films
    1 rdings indicated many
    ars >t systematic efforts at anti-
    tic indoctrination of Swedes.
    i>l youth. It appeared
    a Hitler .Itigend group direct
    by the Swedish Nazi-, operated
    .i sports club and thu> received
    mcipaJ subsidies.
    Back in 1963, long before
    being drafted by
    prominent Miami Beach
    Citizens to run for
    Council, Seiderman
    won Praise from a
    top B'nai B'rith
    Anti-Defamation League
    leader for his work
    in the Miami Synagogue
    Bombing and
    Miami Herald Editor
    Bombing Cases.
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    Friday. May A, '965
    + k**lshncrkto*r)
    Page 9-A
    leaders Testify on Soviet Jews' Plight

    ,
    WASHINGTON (JTA) A
    : leaders of Jewish or-
    and experts on the
    . 11 the 3.000.000 Jewi
    so\ 11 Unl n rave d< --i i
    :'m.- eek tu ;i subcom-
    f the lions- Foreign \f
    ittee a number of Re
    ...... ird" i*'"' i'1 di ''
    I i-ntion by the State l>": art-
    ... sc. iel Jew i \ w as es
    -
    ground of it\.' hearings
    i sure bj Hip Slate D<
    '.it it no lot...... object
    tioa b) i rn [resa of
    >o'uti< n- den iubp'i*
    ^treatment t4 i w
    nt Si r'-'n-v of S'-,,-> P
    Vrtl ur 2nd in a telephone
    . Rep I eonard Parbstein,
    \. York Democrat, was the
    Mac Arthur told Hep Farb-
    n mber "f th.' House For-
    \ Committee, that a
    standing" resulted from
    had sent previously to
    :. i ssman on May 5 in
    MacArthur said that official
    States intercession with the
    Government on Russian
    be undesirable.
    In an official message sent
    later the same day by special
    courier tc Rep. Farbstein, Mac-
    Arthur reaffirmed that there
    Guricn Charges
    Eshkol Unfit
    To be Premier
    Continued from Page 1-A
    d into "a narrow class
    and that its aim was
    ' Ml I i! isses within I'm'
    ontinuation of the pre*.
    Mil system, Bon-Gurion
    emier Eshkol with ere-
    > ithin the party.
    : the Lavon affair.
    Premier for fearing
    i-sue because of the
    i opening a "Pandora's
    Bo> lit said he had been in thi-
    ll net with Eahkol for 12
    never heard him speak
    o: dora's Box.
    Airs. Wein to Host
    I Wein will serve as
    . board meeting of the
    apter Women's Branch
    n of orthodox Jewish
    is of America, on
    p m al her home Plans
    iming yeai will be
    had been no change in the posi-
    tion the Department made
    known several weeks ago, that
    "the Department does not object
    to the pasiaje of these resolu-
    tions."
    Testifying before the subcom-
    mittee. Rabbi Joachi n Prin, ie
    presenting the American Jewish
    Conference on Soviet Jewrv a co-
    ,i ative body Ol L* major na-
    tional Jewish, rehj i ius, civic an I
    Zionist groups united to combat
    Soviet treatment ol its Jewish
    populatii n -presented for inclu-
    sion into the record a number of
    photographs, pamphlets, cartoons
    and other graphic material "de
    o.cUng the .'so.iet Union's religi-
    roa and cultural persecutitfni
    during the past number of years."
    I)r Print expressed "deep re
    gret" that ix.th the Executiv
    branch of our government and the
    State Department have ben re.
    luctant to press forward en "this
    ' 'tumane question." He said that
    the State Department "until now
    has been so Strangely reticen' and
    reluctant on the matter of Soviet
    Jewry Despite mounting public
    opinion, unfortunately, the voice
    that could have proven the most
    telling was absent from the chorus
    ; of condemnation the official
    voice of the government of the
    1'nitcd States To he sure, there
    have been expressions of sym-
    pathy by the State Department,
    but they have been couched in
    terms so vague and hesitant as to
    lx> virtually inaudible."
    In urging adoption of the re-
    solution on Soviet anti-Jewish
    bias in Russia, Rabbi Prim said
    "we challenge the Soviet autho-
    rities to allow the establishment
    In the Soviet Union of a single
    Yiddish publishing House as a
    means of demonstrating the re-
    sponse of Soviet Jews."
    Committee members questioned
    witnesses on Soviet motives for
    anti Jewish measures, One answer
    given was that .lews have rela-
    tives abroad, are considered alien,
    and are subjected to bias in efforts
    to destroy the Jews as a cultuial
    and religious group.
    Dr. Erich Goldhagefl, director of
    the Institute on Fast European
    Affairs at Brandeis University,
    toid the subcommittee that he
    could predict "with statistical ac-
    curacy' the "exl nction ol Jewish
    lite In the Soviet Union if the
    government's current policies con
    tinue
    Rabbi Meir Feiman, repre-
    senting the S>nagojue Council
    of America, added fo the docu-
    mentation of Jewish suppression
    by telling the subcommittee that
    many cemeteries had beeen de-
    secrater1 and destroyed outright,
    and that permission to open new
    cemeteries is not being granted.
    The religious leader visited the
    Soviet Union last year.
    Dr, Joseph B. Schechtman, vice-
    chairman of the American Zionist
    Council, sa'd "" hexv -it a -- -
    Jey in the highest echelons Of the
    Sot i e t govt rnment. The last to
    be eliminated were Let Mi '
    n n5(). and La*ar M. Kaganovch
    n 1057." He sail that in Novem-
    bi r 1062, Jew, an engineer,
    Veniamin E. D mshitr.. > an
    pointed to a non-political job as
    chairman of the Soviet State Plan-
    nr:' Commitfe, and later to the
    rank if Deputy Premier.
    "Jews are also strikineh under
    represented in the legislative
    bodies of the Soviet Union, and
    their representation is steadily
    shrinking," Dr. Schechtman said
    He noted: "In 1934, Jews com-
    prised 4 1 percent of the member
    ship of the two houses of the Sup
    rente Soviet of th" USSR. Now.
    among the 5679 elected members,
    only 13 are Jews022 percent '
    as aga'nst the Jew'sh rvwv'tttnn i
    ratio of 1.09 percent, almost one-
    fifth of the proper percentage
    Dr. JucM L. Teller, writer on
    Soviet Affairs, told the Repre-
    sentatives that "the circum-
    stances which have persuaded
    the Soviet authorities to indulge
    in this practice are not very
    likely to change in the very
    near future; hence, unless
    checked by an outraged public
    opinion abroad, the Soviets
    might react to these circum-
    stances by capitalizing even
    more on anti-Semitism as a poli-
    tical advantage."
    Rep. Edna Kelly chairman ot
    the subcommittee. commended
    the leaders of American Jewry
    who testified on these proposals.
    Mrs Kelly and another subcom
    mittee member. Rep. James O.
    Fulton, who conducted most of the
    sized that the witnesses had given
    "excellent advice" to Congress,
    and agreed specifically with those
    witnesses who had advised that
    "firmer action on the part of the
    U.S. Government" is needed on
    questioning of witnesses, empha this issue.
    A VOICE... NOT AN ECHO
    MIAMI BEACH'S DEMOCRATIC COUNCILMAN
    JUDGE MAL ENGLANDER
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    I'l l-..I Adv.
    Are you spending an extra
    dollar on these three words ?
    Not if you're buying Canadian Lord divert. Vou won't find the
    words "Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles.
    We're bringing our great Canadian hisky across the
    border in barrels and bottling it in the L.S.A.
    This way. we save enough in taxes and freight to shave
    about a dollar off the price of every fifth.
    (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at a %
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    Paqe 10-A
    +Jmlst> ncridiar
    Friday, M Life Insurance Underwriters Division cf the
    Combined Jewish Appeal has substantially
    exceeded its previous record and is well on
    ihe way toward meeting its increased qoal
    for 1965. Shown (left to right) at a recent meet-
    ing are Leonard C. Hollander. Fred Stcne and
    Iia E. Moqul, co-chairmen, Jay R. Brenner and
    Harold F. Essig.
    Federation Annual Meet Saturday
    ving Lehman Joseph Lipton.
    Stanlej C Myers a .1 Molaskj
    Norton Pallet. Ethel I! Sernaker,
    ,ld Suit/ Philip Thau, Howard
    Trinz. Max \\ < 11 / and Carl
    \\ tinkle
    The annual meeting an I \ i<
    tory dinner dance will be a dress
    optional affair beginning with ;i
    7 15 p m cocktail hour, which
    will include dancing Dietarj laws
    will 1h> observed ;it 'lit- dinner.
    and among the evening's hi ''
    lights vviii i' the election ol offl
    cers and a mass tribute to cam
    paigti leadership, Dancing w ill
    take place throughout the evening
    Special presentations will be
    made lo the honorees, Lefcourl
    and Rabbi Lehrman, and to Mrs
    Inez Krensky, chairman of the
    Women's Division: Norton Pallot
    and George l alianofl co chair
    men of the Trades and Profes-
    sions Council: John Serbin and R
    Williams Apte. chairmen and co
    chairman, respectively, of h Ro-
    sidents Division: and Mrs Richard
    I'.neknian president, Young Wom-
    en's Division
    Goldberg Will
    Address Founders
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK Arthur ,r Gold
    1. rg, Associate Justice <>t t h e
    l nited States Supreme Court, will
    be principal speaker al a dinner
    in tribute to the Pounders of the
    American Frienda <>f the Hebrew
    i niversit> on Saturdaj at Ue Wal-
    di i, \.|(.i ia Hotel in New York
    ("il\. it was announced by Dr
    Marrj M Sedlin, chairman of the
    Dinner Committee The event will
    initiate t h e year round i
    , elebration i i the 40th annivers irj
    Ihe Hebn l nivei sitj "i Je-
    |l I!
    Membership in the Societj of
    ! i unders is made up oi important
    s u p po r t ers ol the A nerican
    Friends ol the Hebrew Universit:
    who Have contributed a minimum
    0| S. .V'""1 tOV aid the dc\olopr
    of the university Avrabam Hai
    nan. Israel's Ambassador to the
    United States vviii also speak.
    aii.l
    Continued from Page 1-A
    ii YM and YWHA headquarters
    tould be the setting for a report
    . :i the man; outstanding achieve-
    - icnts made b) our central Jewish
    . >mmunal organization during Mr
    efcourt's three terms as presi-
    i -ni Fleeman declared
    "(>ur annual meeting also will
    i highlighted bj a justly-dea
    ibute lo Dr Lehrman undei
    ired and dedicate
    term leadership, our Combined
    lewish Appeal has served a rec-
    ord number of men. women, and
    children Last year's campaign
    raised upward of $100,000 more
    than in 1963. This year's cam
    paign, again under Dr Lehrman's
    leadership, has surpassed last
    year's total figure, and we have
    already received a record number
    of pledges from members of the
    community for our l!>ti.~> cam-
    paign Fleeman added
    Lefcourt Due to Deliver
    Outgoing Prexy's Report
    Continued from Page 1-A
    rated camp, ign is the fines)
    instrumentalit) tor serving the to
    Je ish community." ll<' will
    I so point to a rising tide of pub
    c opinion in the Greater Miami
    -(immunity, "both toward federal
    I toward the work i
    he Ft de 'ation, w h i c h i- b*
    ailed upon daily by an increased
    umber of individuals and com-
    munity organizations for aid in a
    irge varietj of family, personal
    nd human relations problems."
    Lefcourl will cite the ten-yeai
    apita! Needs Committee, wha'i Lt
    tudyiny the future expansion ot
    apital needs programs by Keder-
    tion's affiliated aaencu-s and by
    ther Jewish communal agencies
    lis report will ulso stress "the
    'illusion of young and dynamu
    oadership both In Federation and
    s boanl members Ol the affiliated
    gencies."
    "With our incoming president
    nil officers, anil the interested
    coup of new yo ;;ig leaders. OUT
    _rowth and future expansion is in
    xcellent bands. l.eteo'.irt will in-
    icate He will also point out basic
    Young Israel
    Group to Picnic
    Young Israe1 Coll^Kiatis are
    ponsoring a picnie on Sunday.
    fay 3ii. beginning at noon at
    'randnn Park
    Young a ited to attend the event to be
    eld adja.ent to parkin- lot 3 at
    he park
    Terry (oleman and Mike Victor
    re in charge.
    'hat have taken place in
    Federation's service to the com
    ng the change in en*
    ervices over the last
    20 years
    Originally, Federation provided
    Hinds to give relict meaning
    and shelter Governmental
    agencies later took over these
    needs, and agencies such as hos-
    pitals and homes lor the aged were
    built and supported to provide oth-
    er liiesaving functions
    Today, Lefcourt will note, "it
    it now evident that government-
    al agencies will soon be assum-
    ing additional responsibility,
    providing for the health needs
    for elder citizens, and will take
    from the shoulders of voluntary
    organizations some portion of
    their burden in this field."
    Lefcourt is also expected to note
    that agencies will come into their
    own our family agency can de-
    veh p its staff to the point where
    domestic problem! can be solved
    in time to avoid the severe break
    down that comes with delay, and
    cur agency dealing with the lei-
    sure-time problem of our aged
    can make these added years pro-
    vided by medical science a real
    blessing
    'Our vocational agencies can
    expand in the field of rehabilita-
    tion and get people back into the
    , position of self-support which
    brings with it self respect. And our
    Jewish educational institutions can
    teach and instill in our children
    the knowledge and the background
    that they will need to proudly ri
    main as .lews in a very uncertain
    future
    "I am confident that Saturd iv
    evening will truly be a victor) din-
    ner to celebrate the second yeai
    in a row in which the Combined
    .lewish Appeal has exceeded it-
    goal on behalf of over 450.000
    men. women, and children
    Assisting Fleeman in key posi-
    tions on the Dinner Committee
    will be a number of outstanding
    leaders in Federation and in
    communal activity. Dr. Joseph
    R. Narot will serve as toastmas-
    ter for the evening. Mrs. Jack
    Katzman and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
    man are co-chairinq the Ar-
    rangements Committee. Mrs.
    Burton B. Goldstein will be pro-
    gram chairman, and Mrs. Sol
    Goldstein will serve as chairman
    of hostesses.
    Co chairmen of the 11 -'
    in it tee are Mrs M \ Baskin.
    Mrs Ruth .1 Berger, Mrs Sydney
    i,,.a- and Mrs Irving Wexler
    .Members of the COmmittl
    elude Mesdames Bernard Abel
    Jack Ablin, Lester Arkin, Frances
    Beckerman Sam Blank, William
    I Brenner. Richard Bnckman.
    David P. Catsman, Irving Cypen,
    Benjamin Davidson Leo Eisen
    stein
    Also Mesdames Aaron Farr. Paul
    Kaske. Charles P. Feinberg. David
    Fleeman, M e 1 v y n Frumkes,
    Arthur Gilbert. Louis Glasser,
    A. 1. Glickman, B. B. Goldstein,
    Sam A (ioldstein. Trudy llanu-r
    SChlag, Marshall Harris. Sam .1
    lleiman. Daniel Neal Heller.
    And Mesdames Jack Kat/man
    Inez Krensky Sidney Lefcourt. lr
    The Jewish War Veterans
    Of South Florida
    ANNOUNCE
    THE MAIN MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
    Jo ^JLjo s^/ioor
    to dl' those who have defended our beloved Amei
    and in I |i '''ude to rate I patriot
    valor and of our hei
    WILL BE HELD
    SUNDAY, MAY 30th, 1965
    at 11:00 A.M.
    AT
    5505 N.W. 3rd STREET
    The graves of those known to us to be War Vetei,<
    will be decorated for the services
    You and members of your family are invited lo attend.
    Please be on hand not later than 1045 a m
    Those desiring to have flags placed on graves
    should contact Mt Nebo at MO 1-7693 not later
    than May 27th.
    Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband
    mourn the passing of their beloved
    friend and Vice President
    IRVING M. SACHS
    who passed away on Saturday, May 15th
    Our members extend their deepest sympathy to
    his widow, Mrs. Beatrice Sachs, and their two daughters,
    Alice Weinstein and Estelle Brasch.
    Moe Levin, Chairman

    A greeting card writer named Sam
    Found his verses were losing their wham.
    He sipped milk in despair
    Began again with a flair
    Now he's writing like Omar Khayam.
    LIMERICK-WRITING MILK DRINKERS, ARISE!
    Dash off a milk limerick (or several) that's
    original and clever If if, a good one. we II
    feature H (during June-,.Dairy-Month) in
    newspapers and/or on radio or we'll head-
    h ifJx nam",.on ne of our ,amo"* rn.lk,
    n bXri M J'me:'CkS. Snou,d be *rf
    m before Midnight. May 31. 1965 and
    become the property of Southeast Florida
    Dairy Institute. Send as many limericks as
    y" ,,ke Please be sure to include your name,
    address occupation and approximate num-
    ber of glasses of milk you drink each-day If
    you neither drink milk nor write limericks.
    wouldn t this be fne time to start doingaofn ?
    "'"" H.om oa,, WftTUTa
    ------------------------ *...n, \\j aim | UUHI
    SEND UMERICKS TO: MILK. Box 11. Miami 45. Florid.
    w/v


    Friday. May 21. 1965
    Jen Isti flcr/afton
    Paqe 11-A
    Dr. Lehrman's 2- Year Rule
    last hi-rise apartment event of the 1965 Combined Jew
    \ppeal was held by the residents of Bay Terace and
    i more than SI,000 for the 1965 campaign. Shown (loft
    |ht) are Edward Schuchman, co-chairman; quest speaker,
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Director Arthur
    S. Rosichan, Louis Schuchman and Jack Applebaum.
    Federation's
    Program
    Director
    Depth
    B ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
    Executive Director
    |G'f^ter Miami Jewish Federation
    h constant evaluation of
    is ol the Greater Miami
    i ^deration and Its agencies
    - i Ingredient ol Fedet i
    activity, Federation's an
    r-eting tune sharpens up
    - the time ti> reevaluatt
    Kaminc Ihe depth of ai
    ms and n eds, an I
    - [or the years
    fie place '>f our Jewish agencies in
    carrying ou( new and i>ili>t pro-
    gi ams,
    On the agenda of Federation this
    year are many activities Than Is
    an immediate need fot an aggres
    sive Legacies and Bequests pn>
    gran rhis is extremelj important
    if Federation is to retain its flex
    ihHit.v
    '!( .tin | Ihe
    f the future
    Reexammation
    new di-
    ii c lo k at our last two
    in Miami
    is much
    : Hi. re i-
    i ii i \ oir "i
    - to be
    I. pom s
    | i storj "i Fed
    > Jewi>h
    |j not been com-
    ,. ii -h iui'1 ha\.
    itwsual Community
    itj
    in unusual
    ire .i
    ii'-, We an I
    Ihe dilei ima of |
    i and welfare ler
    lewish ommtmit) ol
    more; while our fund
    - i ments are not a*
    isi of tin ;i\era. Ii
    itj of this size I am
    lal these fund i aisinx
    - will improve with
    .t ii,in h more com
    pi i.im .it education
    plish this
    - of (he future can
    rl in the tremendous
    n place .in all i <
    Government is partici
    .inglj m health an I
    activities and we are
    with a dilemma of
    an and voluntarj .i
    into the picture, anil
    The Greater Miami i i h Fed-
    i ration annual meeting v ill also
    be .i victory dinner dance honoi
    i the achievement ol Di h \
    ing Lehrman, who. in two uccess
    ive year, has led the Combined
    Jewish Appeal campaign over it'
    goal
    1'iuler Rabbi Lchrman's dynam
    lc leadership, a better than $100,000
    increase was shown in the 1964
    c ampaign
    During the 27th annual meet-
    ing Saturday at the Greater Mi-
    ami YM and WHA, Dr. Lehrman
    and his team of volunteers were
    to announce that the current cam-
    paign not only exceeded this fig-
    ure, but that it will have met
    its 1945 goal, an additional S50,
    0C0 above last year.
    Dr. Lehman this week revealed
    that m the current campaign the
    Residents Division has already
    surpassed an increased goal and
    raised better than UOMOO above
    last year. The Women's Division
    has already raised close i> $to.-
    000 above 1961. and the Trades and
    Professions, which aecount for al-
    most half of the funds raised an
    mildly, are well on the mad to-
    v aid meeting their increased goal.
    Norton Pallol and George Tali-
    . in hairmen ol Trades and
    Professions I ouncil, laid that the
    Mercantile Division, headed by
    !'h E Brook and v\ Uliam s
    Ruben, has alreadj exceeded Its
    : and bat all i imp-, im lu 'm.;
    the tpparel. Furniture, Depart
    mi in and Retail Stoi i nti ibut-
    the record result
    Finance Divisi n, chaired
    in \\i iss; tin- building an I
    i i nstruction Dh:- ion chaired by
    ris i. ii ins. the Gem ral Sei
    i' on chaired by In ing
    . II h.i. e xceeded
    ;oals
    A. B. Wiener, chairman of the
    Professional Division, announced
    that the Accountants Division,
    chaired by Albert J. Beer, and
    the Druq Division, again led by
    Samuel Goldman, have surpassed
    their quotas.
    i : tmericnn Lai
    led bj N it Poll
    nil and \ i iidiii i Ma
    iit i' 1 bj Peter K Mo
    Myers, have also ex
    i Rest mi ant < iroup of tin
    Pood Divis urn has surpassed its
    md the Motel G rot p has to
    i weeded the amount raised
    1864
    iithi r leading industries and pro
    --urns thai h.i\ i i xceeded then
    litii figure and arc well on the
    ,.\ low aid meeting their in
    creased goal in Ihe current ram
    paign include the Communal Ser-
    vices Division, Buildhu Supplies.
    Architects and Engineers, Banks,
    newness and our growth, we look Mortgages and Small Loans and
    optimistical!) to the future, be Finance Companies, as well as the
    cause the resources are here, both General Insurance and Lite ta-
    in men*) tad in manpower, to surance Group, the Miscellaneous
    i ,, ;,.:,,, (ln s problems and i"
    i>w needs
    This outstanding record bj -
    many segments ol our community
    the residential, the business com-
    munitj .i n d the w omen's and
    N oung Women'- in\ isioi s, i- an
    o u I > i a n d ing at hies, ement," Dr
    Lehrman stated
    "Achievement of our goal of
    51,435,080 is vital to the welfare
    of o u r community and to the
    needs of our people the world
    over. Equally important, how-
    ever, is the fact that our Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal has become
    truly a campaign sponsored and
    supported by all areas and seg-
    ments of our Greater Miami
    community.
    I am proud to state that this
    year we have over 10.400 contri-
    butions, upward of 3.000 more
    than we received at tins time last
    year We are well on our waj to
    ward reaohing our goal of bettei
    than n.(MM) individual contribu-
    tions.' Dr Lehrman stated.
    "The efforts of all our volun-
    teer workers and contributors,
    many of whom are newcomers to
    our eomnuinity and to the Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal, indicate thai
    we are maturing as a responsible
    community. All this means that we
    will pass on to our children and to
    future generations the tradition
    and heritage of our peple It also
    speaks well for the future o* u
    ......ter \l i a in i .li w ish 1 eder
    ..s the finest i xpr< sit n of
    t"s|,i nsibfe and mature Miai
    Ii w ish communit)
    We :i,u-t explore in detail oui
    ,! tn the Jew ish agi i far
    beyond lenl institutional
    pt.
    . famine our pro
    a nd i ncies in I
    ition This is
    ,'is't in '
    al and in thi
    ntit) How i Ii
    live a iningful
    is lb.'
    :. v t are th
    lire pin-


    the future is
    It h i- been .i source of
    I i ,,i ion to ".
    ration to
    ., ih< participation
    the of this commun
    it)
    We ".i built on the leadership
    ... in mri i the i balk i
    i and ii will be the Ii
    rship m the present and the
    It n which will have to face
    new challenges along with
    hip of the past.
    Meeting the Needs
    With all of the dilemmas, with all
    of the problems with all of our
    fit
    the
    tin
    Sen ices Group, the Advertising in
    : \ and the Dentist- Division
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    ' ,UFT ON DEPOSIT FOR ONE YEAR
    PLUS
    FULL BANKING FACILITIES
    AIL
    SERVICES
    UNDER ONE
    ROOF
    7 /r.- 'Person lo I'iTion Hank
    239 Sunny Isles Boulevard
    Sunny Isles, Florida
    Tel: 949-2121
    On Itlitl St., One Block
    Watt ot Collins Ave.
    N O K M A N I' I I- R
    J\f*2!l "ft
    COMPLETE BANKING
    Regular checking
    accounts
    Savings accounts
    1 Drive-in banking
    ' Walk-up tellers
    24-hour depository
    Loans of all types
    Safe-deposit facilities
    Bank by mail
    (prepaid postage)
    School Principal
    To Be Honored
    Bj ron < herkas president Tei
    pie Beth Am, announces that \i.
    Harry K *s, foundin ; pi incipal
    Bi Hi Am Religious School, and i
    r for the pas! ten yeai w
    be honored at the religius lervii
    im Friday evening
    Al-o to be honored during tl
    Yom ii imoreh" Teachers' Di
    services are Religious School fa
    ulty members
    Rabbi Banford Seltzer, direct
    ui the Southeast Council of Refor
    Cngiegations, will deliver the se
    mon and the Temple Choir wi
    oiler mil-ual portions of the S<
    vice.
    Mr- Itoss started with a smi
    ip o) children lir-t using tl
    i lassrooms in the Baptist Chun
    of South Miami, then in the I'mvi
    sitj of Miami. mo\ m Into tl
    i resent quai ters about six yeai
    ago. The school, now wRh 1,0
    children is one of the largest i
    ii c Southeastern part 11 the 'nlte
    States
    prisici ST
    . MHM *S Ol
    FRANK
    RALLIES
    SUNDAY, MAY 23rd
    NORTH SHOr.E PARK
    73rd and Collins
    MONDAY. MAY 24.h
    21st ST. CENTER
    21st and Washington
    SEE and MAR
    JUDGE FRANK
    and
    MRS. BERNIE FRANK
    Singer Marion Colby
    BOTH NIGHTS 8:00 P.M.
    JUDGE BERNIE FRANK
    MIAMI BEACH'S
    DYNAMIC VICE MAYOR
    Municipal Court Judge, 1948-51
    Hebrew Academy Award for Community Enhancemei t
    Democratic Club of Miami Beach Award 1961
    i
    Presidents Council of Miami Beach
    Certificate of Achievement I960
    Received P.T.A. Award, Miami Beach
    Junior and Senior High Schools
    B'nai B'rith Israel Committee
    Member Temple Beth Sholom
    and Congregation Beth Jacob
    ENDORSED UNANIMOUSLY BY
    Presidents Council of Miami Beach Senior Citizens Oigns.
    Miami Beach Apartment House Assn.
    Organized Labor
    South Shore Citizens Club
    Miami Beach Citizens Organization
    REELECT JUDGE BERNIE
    FRANK
    PULL LEVER 5-A
    I'.l I'..I Ailv
    3fS0NTOPERSON-TMAT STl nOBUS'NESS'PEHSON"


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    NOMINATED TO PRESIDENCY Or JEWISH FEDERATION
    Lipton Pledges 'Continued Progress'
    Joseph' M. Lipton. president ol meeting at the YM and YWHA thi-
    Saturday evening.
    Lipton. an outstanding figure in
    the Miami Busines. civic and phil-
    anthropic community, served as
    Dade Federal Savings and Loan
    Association, and a vice president
    ol the Greater .Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration, will ascend to the presi-
    dency of the community's central
    Jewish organization at the annual
    community activities in observ- "Ol all the forces that make for
    ance o* the UJA's 25th anniver- a better world, none Is so nulls-
    sary. pensahle. none i> SO powerful as
    has been a member of the hope. Without hope, men are only
    our Fdrtion and of our Cam I
    bined Jewish Appeal in buildina
    a better world for all who count
    upon u$.
    "I am grateful that Stdne) L*(.
    court my predecessor,
    lished such a fine organizal on, r,
    out
    for myself, but f"i
    He
    Board ; Governors and the ex< c i
    Combined Jewish Appeal chair- yve Committee of the Greater Mi
    JOSIPH COHEN
    Bureau Reelects
    Cohen President
    Joseph Cohen has been reelected
    president of the Bureau of Jewish
    Education for a fourth term.
    Reelected as vice presidents are
    Judge Frederick N. Barad. Albert
    1 Ossip and Leonard Zilbert. AI
    Sherman was reelected secretary.
    and Melv\n B Fnimkes was re-
    elected treasurer. Meyer A. Baskin
    was dsignated honorary president
    Cohen is a life member of
    Brandeis University, a board
    member of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation, a participant
    in the establishment of the Rabbi
    Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern
    History at the Jewish Theologic-
    al Seminary, a vice president of
    the Hebrew Academy, a support-
    er of the campaign for free sec-
    ondary education in Israel, and
    an active leader in the Bonds for
    Israel campaign.
    The A Directors of the
    Bureau e ected the following rep-
    resentatives for board member-
    ship for the coming year:
    Irving Seidel and George Katz
    man, Beth Torah Congregation;
    Jerome Bienentekl. Beth Israel
    ( gation; Harold Jaffer, Tem-
    ple Judea: Dr. Maxwell Bauer,
    Temple Beth Am: Gerald Frank-
    lin. Adath Yeshurun; Lewis Pom-
    erantz. Israelite Center; Mr. and
    Mrs Jack Katzman. membors-at-
    Mr and Mrs. Herbert Sha-
    piro, Temple Emami-El; Murray
    A Shaw. Temple NerTamid; Leon
    Rosoff. Beth David Congregation;
    and Sam Putterman, Temple Or
    Olom.
    JWY Officials
    Attend Meeting
    Departm*>nt Commander of the
    Jewish War Veterans Ainslee R.
    Ferdie. accompanied by Second
    Junior Vice Commander James
    Stern and Past Commander Julius
    Kleineib^t. of the Harry- S. Cohen-
    Surfside-Bal Harbor Post 723. met
    w ith representatives of the Meyer
    Liebovitz Post 198. of Jacksonville,
    at Lake City. Fla.. on the 20th an-
    niversary- of VE-Day.
    Attending from Jacksonville
    were Pool Commander Victor
    Hubsch. Department Deputy VAVS
    Officer Louis Segal. Post Quarter-
    master Max Becker and Post Trus-
    tee Markowitz
    Also in attendance representing
    the Ladies- Auxiliary- WW Mrs.
    James Stern. Mrs. Julias Klein-
    tibst and Mrs. Ainslee R. Ferdie.
    man in the 1961 campaign, and
    has served as campaign vice chair-
    man, as well as in the Savings
    and Loan and Finance Divisions,
    the Initial Gifts Divi ion, and in
    every important facet of the CJA
    campaign and of the Greater Mi-
    ami Jewish Federatii n.
    He was a member of the sev-
    enth United Jewish Appeal study
    mission to Rome and Israel, in
    October 1960. He was also ap
    pointed t the Natinal United
    Jewish Appeal Committee for
    ami Jewish Federation since
    inception
    In stating nu reasons for accep
    tance of the presidency of the fed-
    eration, Lipton emphasized "the
    great opportunity for service to
    Jewry throughou! the worl I
    'The wide scope of caring for
    reeds of local, national, and over
    seas agencies affiliated with the
    Federation pr vide* a tremendous
    challenge for service to Jewish
    men. women, and children." he de-
    clared
    \alf alive, but with hope they
    dream, Uiej think, they plan. the)
    work
    Lipton will call upon the com-
    munity to harm ss the manpower
    which is available to bring the
    full force of its energies in the
    i! osi efficient and capable man-
    ner to the w<:k of the Federation
    Jii 1U.41 aseucics. boLU ua Uki io-
    (,.] ci mmunit> and in 27 countries
    ovei seas
    "It is my personal pledge that
    I shall dedicate my time and ef-
    forts to continued progress of
    munity, and 1 pledge thai
    ,i every.hing in my po
    tinue the outstanding ac
    of our Greater Miami Je
    ration."
    ion-
    u
    Dr. Woltson to Talfc
    "Excommunication of S
    will be the topic of d
    the Spinoza Forum for
    Education on Thursda)
    in the auditorium of w
    FenVraV 1234 Washing!
    Dr. Abraham Wolfson, a
    'Spinoza Life of Reasoi
    introduce the subject,
    Davidoff will conduct tin
    sion.
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    iFrday, May 21. 1965
    * knisl lUrMitr
    Page 13-A
    Mapai Minority Supports Gurion
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Lead-
    ers of the Mapai Party who side
    with David Ben-durion, and who
    are in the minority in the leader-
    ship of the party, Monday charged
    Prime Minister Levi Bsfakol with
    Mi-kins to impos the majority's
    view on the entire party by call- :
    ii-^ frr the resignation from the
    Cabinet of the Mapai ministers
    who aKret- with Ben Gurion'S
    >tand.
    In a statement, they said that the
    traditional view- of the Mapai Par-
    tj was that "the representstives of
    Mapai in the Cabinet and the His-
    tadrut always reflected the various
    viewpoints existing in the party
    and in its national leadership, and
    this was the guiding principle ev-
    er since the establishment of the
    State.*' The statement empha-
    sized that Mapai members must
    not resign from the Cabinet when-
    ever they disagree with the Pre-
    ii.lor on issues under dispute on a
    party level, and must enjoy com-
    plete freedom to fipht in the Cab-
    inet for their opinions "even when
    thev think that there should be
    another candidate for Premier-
    ship."
    The signatories of the statement
    included Mayor Abba Khoushy of
    Haifa, Moshe Dayan, Mayor Morde-
    chai surKiss of Kfar Saba. Hillel
    (' hen, general manager of Solel
    Boneh. and a number of others.
    Deputy Defense Minister Shimon
    Peres and Development Minister
    Yosef Almogi. who are known to
    be siding with Ben-Gurion, were
    not among those who signed the
    statement,
    ood President Mrs. Morris E. Greene accopts leader-
    : of 700-member Temple Israel Auxiliary at installation
    dance Sunday night at Duponl Plaza Hotel. Awa.tinq
    .:. during ceremonies are Paul Barnett (center!. Men's
    It at, and Scin Luby, Sr., president of the con-
    )n. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiiitual leader o: the Reform
    i ongiegation, who was honored 01 :h anniver-
    .:. '.lie rabbinate, is shown seated.
    lie nple Israel in Tribute to Dr. Narot;
    Congregation Makes Gift of Trip to Israel
    paid trib-
    i -i i>m !; v
    h IHI ') thr
    .- the highlight ol Tern-
    1 s in
    Seminary Makes
    [Top Citations
    By Special Report
    Yoi ^ IS (IK mt Court
    rhui Marshall and Don- .
    lent ainl execu-
    tite American Etec-
    l'"wer Company, were award-,
    i-lKTt H. Lehman Medal '
    i wish Theological Semin-
    Vmerica at a dinner Sunday
    Hotel Pierre here.
    Marshall and Cook were ,
    listiltgulshed exemplars
    ancient Jewish quest for
    I moral truths by which
    10 ild live."
    nored were eight Jewish [
    a ho received the Semin-
    V O minunity Service
    for "distinctive and con-1
    Ice t>> the community ,
    I':: .kelstein ami Bl
    It
    ! \ Sarnoff conferred
    .ii \I e <1 I upon Judge
    nd Cook The Commun
    Award was conferred
    i:n and Associate
    I Goldberg, ..i the
    ion me C nut, who
    ihe audience briefly
    GbbsteT
    wers
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    "age 14-A
    * knist ncridHcur
    Friday, May 21, 1965
    f Write as f Please
    By CARL ALPERT
    Neighbors Get to Know One Another Via Dispute
    11;. li.i
    AN I > l 'a ell
    *^ l a ni i I >
    gets 11' know
    n- neighbors
    [a more inti-
    mately than
    do urban
    dwellers al.
    most an y
    when else.
    The rOMOR is the economic en
    tity known as the cooperative
    apartment house. The great
    majority Of Israel's multiple
    dwelling units are cooperative
    (condominiums), and each fam-
    11> owns it- own flat Certain
    common interests, such as main
    tenance of the Harden, common
    Utilities, joint repairs, make it
    necessary to set up a procedure
    lor cooperative operations, and
    tin- is provided for under ,i
    special law ol the Stale ot Is-
    rael.
    The law was passed in IM1,
    and it sets forth the exact pro-
    cedure for registry of a cooper
    ative house, management of the
    common property, settlement ot
    disputes, allocation of taxes
    and other problems that are apt
    to ai ise
    There are two chief institu
    tions which serve as the media
    for implementation of the pro
    gram One is the House Com
    nutlee. the other the annual
    meeting of the householders.
    Where the Israeli really gets
    to know his neighbors at their
    best and their worst is at
    the annual meetings. The oc-
    currences at such meetings are
    usually the talk ol the neighbor.
    hood for weeks thereafter, and
    rare indeed is the cooperative
    house which does not have its
    share of experiences like the
    follow iriL:. more or less
    Neighbor A is net in attend
    ance, He has demonstratively
    remained avvav as a protest
    .mainst the committee's fail-
    ure to have the top steps im-
    paired near his apartment How-
    ever, after about thirty minutes
    ol deliberations, he storms into
    the assembly reminding one
    and all that the windows are
    open, ami he has heard his
    name being bandied about. He
    won't stand for defamation
    Neighbor R Bays nothing when
    the treasurer reports that cer-
    tain of the co-owners have not
    paid their dues for months.
    but when pressed, lie admits
    that he will n.it pay until the
    gardener puts a rose bush undei
    his kitchen window as In- has
    foe the flat-owner on the other
    side of the house.
    Neighbor C protests that the
    yard is being used as a thor-
    oughfare by children who crik-s
    through it to the next street
    He wants a high fence, with
    barbed wire, put up to prevent
    the traffic.
    There is the question of im-
    posing an additional one tune
    contribution on each Hat-owner
    to finance some major repairs
    OiniMl Snnfl'wht: B MHTON FRIEDMAN
    On Sweeping the Evidence I nder the Rug
    Wa
    THE STATE DEPARTMENT i- attempting l<
    - eep under the rug a manlier ol reports o
    Egyptiai >< : ; gas ang cl a] ivarfan
    p:,: The Department is a wan oi mounting
    evidence that Egyptian forces havi isi chemica
    fare in Yemen later reports describe the sup
    ply oi toxic as ani is masks bj Egypt to Iraq
    for use against the Kurds Recenl Egyptian Arm}
    maneuvers involved training and experimentation
    with chemical warfare It is known thai former
    Gem an \: n i i K| Pits have been in Cairo
    .,- h ic; advisers
    Panorama:
    This escalation ol weapons of mass destruction
    ..- iron President Nasser's desperate search for
    super-weapons His expensive missile research pro
    duced tlnnl rate missiles with primitive guidance
    systems The Egyptian ground-to-ground missiles
    are considered by i S military observers .is no
    better than the "V" type rockets Hitler flung
    against England in the closing days ol World War
    ll
    Nasser's deteriorating economic situation
    brings Egypt closer to desperate military moves
    Hi- dream is that expansion and seizure ol neigh-
    boring assets will solve the dilemma oi Egypt's pop
    illation explosion and a crumbling economy
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    About the Common Sense of a Horse
    THERE IS .. a way to learn He
    ' brew >r. ratl er I si ild say one
    pick up a bit "I a Hebrew vocabu
    . al about
    \ by in-' following the
    nsta ce. in the v
    Daily News Aqueduct listings,
    en c c; 1 esel
    In the
    Seg<
    I ..: Israel's
    i. ans \ Yi I sh I rse too as et ed < illed
    >ehr Nedik." they should I
    I
    While t1 i\e Jewish names thej are ol
    rse not J sh I rses
    k in the before the
    ir Straus, then American ssador to Turkey, went
    ith Ins horse I i a fashionable resort which discrimin
    ainsl .' aid ol reji ctn so en inent a pei -< n
    Straus, tin iv- i discourage his further pa
    onage, by presenting him with an excessive lull on his
    partgre.
    Mr. Straus looked at the bill "I can understand ." he
    id. win you make this exorbitant charge for me But
    hv do you charge so much for my horse' He isn't Jew
    h'."
    Horses are non-denominational Disraeli once said
    11 sensible people havi some religion What is it he was
    asked Sensible people don't tell, replied Disraeli Horses
    it they have any religious beliefs, don't tell, eithei
    when the first Jewish colonies were boin estab
    lished the settler- prided themselves on their horseman
    ship As late as thirty, years back, Mayor Diesel
    v use.! to comi down to the City Hall on Ins w
    horse 1 can remember then \ >itin the Jewish settle
    - and being told confidentially by a i i that
    he hi out m a love affair because his cho
    m m ho was a better hot seman
    A ii, look romantic on a horse
    no man looked as jood on a ;'- as W
    perhaps, u the full truth were known, that played it-
    in the emergi n< e ol V. ashii hip
    It you tell Ji w he is il j u I".-'
    he is not flattt red Jew ha\ n
    for the 1^ ot a horse However, in th<
    world, to say ol a person thai lias hon sense
    compliment him
    One ol the television -hows regularly pictun
    horse who seen;- to -pout a Superior kind ol WIS
    dom 1 have no doubt that ultimately we shall !ia\e t
    give hor-es the vote At present, while a dark hois,
    run for President, he is ineligible to vote
    In the early days ol ancient Israe horses
    soeiated with war The Egyptians pur-' i Israelites
    had horses, but not the Israelites Later Solomon it
    ed man) horses and they became quite m In
    Talmudic times the\ were esteemed
    Foreign News tetter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
    The Force Behind Nasser's \\ rath
    Jerusalem
    "THOUSANDS OF EGYPTIAN
    ' student- al icki I thi Tunisian
    . mb< I--. i! also stormed the
    mm' ol the Tunisian Ambassador
    mashed the windows
    gate and th< ii wa) into the
    ouse. set fire to furniture Eye
    . itnesses said did not
    ntervene until this point
    The above is taken from a
    ress i. port lescribing the "spontaneous" demonstra
    ions m Cairo b jainsl Tunisia's President Bourguiba
    while anti-Bourguiba demonstratloni took place also
    l some other Arab capitals, none matched the lead pro-
    ided b) Cairo Indeed, Mr Natter's wrath knew no
    oUnds. He even refuted to receive the Tunisian Ambas
    ador who had arrived from Tunis with | special pel
    onal message from Bourguiba
    What was Mr Bourguiba's unforgivable "crime"' in
    is statements he had irged the settlement ol the "Pale-
    tine problem b) means of negotiations baaed on the
    1947 partition boundaries and the return to Israel Ol
    \: ai> refui et -
    w hv should tins have so aroused Mr Nasser" M.iA he
    not been telling Washington officials and
    visitors exactl) the same thii Had he noi been reas
    suring them that all he wanted was "pet
    that nothing was so remote from his ,,.
    war''
    The vehemence and the violenci \ .-. -
    reaction to Bourguiba's statements did nol
    surprise to those who had not I.....n willing I ind
    in self-delusion and wishful thinking, It surprised nob
    lure in Israel, where there is vers little doubt as to !
    Nasser's real aim and hence as to where Mi Bour
    guiba s crime" lies in the fact that he had di
    the aim ol the annihilation of Israel" as unrealistic thai
    he did not accept n .,. the only road to be followed
    it is this thai so aroused Mr Natter's wrath indeed
    ii is this point that stands out in the vehemence that
    overtook Cairo and which should pass "unnoticed
    by all those who for years have been trj
    vince themselves and convince Israel, ol \
    a- i factor ot moderation and stability ii
    The State Department dreams
    stili oi an American relationship
    with Nasser as a key to Anieri. an
    identification with emerging Arab power fai
    tors The Department is uncomfortable ovei
    velopments ol the United Arab Command and t i
    emerging Egyptian military relationship \ ith lra This spells trouble not only for Israel but
    threatens .Ionian. Saudi Arabia. Iran, and the Pei
    sum Gull oil sheikdoms ol Kuwait, Oater, and i:.,
    rein Islands
    it appears that the Department is so nervous
    about it- relations with Egypt and Iraq in .,
    nation unrelated to Israel, that the plij. it
    Kurds, a nonAr.il) minority, i- ignored
    a Kurdish delegation recently visited Wa
    in-ion with evidence of a new Iraqi Army sprui
    tensive, involving 50,000 Ii iqi troops, against K
    ian areas ol Iraq The delegation, headed by I- i
    ('lu-riii Vanly, secretar) general of the ommil
    for the Defense ol the Kurdish peoples' t jhts
    concerned b) reports that the state Department ,
    about to ship significant new arms to Iraq i
    Kurd- weii also alarmed by Egypt's
    toxic military u.i- to Iraq and the arm I ii i
    ol Egyptian military personnel with mounlaii
    expei .mud in Yemen
    The State Department refused to receivi
    ndish deli i he fate oi two million K
    it .i. might complicate cui rei I effort
    id Regime Rep Leonard Far! si
    York Di a mi mber ol tin i.
    ti i and an expert on N
    t< ,n h i ite Si
    K rd< mi de a i
    ion

    by il l that i rms mi hi
    It was i
    . yptian milita
    Off the Record-
    By NATHAN ZIPPIN
    Religious Revival
    Ljow much validity is there to th<
    thesis aobut Jewish religious r.
    vival in the United Stati s? When I posed |
    tin- question to Di Samuel Belku
    president ot Yeshiva University he r<
    piled that be ,i d not consider himse
    an expert on the problem but thai "judj
    hat I s, ,. with mi own eves at on
    1 there i- a n-ll-ious I. viva
    place within a certain scope y,
    sluva I'niversitv he continued, "ha- i
    da) than ever before, and l visualize that witl
    n imber will certain!) be doubled B)
    stratinj ti at he was not tpeaJdng a- pi
    within the framework of conviction derive
    Ided I'lus u ;, revival of action not ;
    I" m) out-rv if then- is a revival, ho
    'sell Dr Belkin again replied in t i
    nces with the Yi liva I niversit) II
    revival in terms (,f synagogue member?
    ation, or t,, identify oneeall witl
    added, then there is certainly such i
    iwth of the Y. siu'va inov, it
    nt ot our own institutions are. in I
    He example. o| positive movements Wll
    i-h community "
    1 ontinuing the dialogue, I suggested U
    revival seemingly would manifest itself ii
    d n iter attention to spiritus
    was it reallv so? Rabbi Belkin had no read)
    ' to hin he -aid. must represent ill i
    "i Judaism a house of study, house ol
    community house when the
    union of these three phases and we re\iv<
    i" ol the synagogue as a reli io "' ]L
    't will have greater meaning and add* ""*
    veil


    rnday. May 21. 1965
    Uniitnvriarinr
    Paqe 15-A
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    .id fax
    Kk iRKS 1 JV JB
    9^ ^^r IB |^Mb j^H
    Jewish N rtional Fund of Greater Miami presents special Cer-
    I Merit to outstanding workers at the organization's
    recent annual Award Night. Standing (left to right) are Peter
    Hellei. Leon I. Ell, Ezra Finegold. Max Aftachiner, Julius Rosen-
    Hecht. Max Hecht, Mrs. Leah Notkin, Mrs. Selma
    BermG". lohan Berman. HaiTy Feldman, Benjamin Appe! and
    Son Sciiachno. Seated (left to right) are David Stein. Esther
    Garbri Clara Mason. Edna Rosenstein. Diane Affachiner,
    Rose Lustig and Miriam Press. Not shown are Eva Blum. Wil-
    liam Bornstein, Mrs. David Dogoloff. Jacob Fishman. Abra-
    ham Fraidhn. Mayshie Friedberg, Lillian Goodman, Beulah
    Davis. Abraham Grunhut. Sarah Jurkowitz. Bernard Katz, Syl-
    via Meyers. Moms Minov, Rarry Rosen, and Mrs. Wolfe
    Shklair. Speaker was Lester Blickstein, national director of
    the organization in New York. Guest artist was Nina Diamond,
    accompanied at the piano by Olga Bibor Stern.
    Beachite Off
    To Maccabiah
    Next Aug. 23-31
    lerbill I Diversity i u
    R nald Evai ireen i t 5010 >
    Rd Miami Beach, has bet
    named .1 member ol the 15-mai
    d States Maccabia
    Games Basketball squad,
    The seventh World Maecabii
    Gam w ill 1 aged in Tel Avi
    Israel, iron; Aim. 2:! to 31, with
    ti am ol mme 175 to 200 1 nit*
    States athletes in competition.
    The United States ia the deien
    ins chaani l< n in Maccabiah baskt
    ball and. like the U. S. Olymp
    Team, has never lost a game. TI
    l S captured the 1961 champiO
    ship by defeating host Israel in th
    final game
    Birch Society Membership is Doubling
    Conhnued from Page 1-A
    1 tional districts through
    in
    under Robert Welch's
    - mals that
    ambition
    h that
    the Society
    . Dr Slaw
    "the new re-
    1

    1 is aimed at tlmse
    I i S t r ic t S w here
    - iiir Society can in
    lUtcome f further
    The Committee head referred
    'o i recent meeting at the end
    of A p t 1 I, in Chicago, which
    brought together Birch leaders
    irh other right-wing extremists
    to enplore the possibilities of
    c-qjniting a third party."
    come "i" the.
    .1! .11 lion." Dr.
    irou h extensn e
    tivities which In-
    significant advances
    and organization"
    An average of to to urn meetings
    are sponsored nightly for new
    members throughout the countrj.
    offices have expanded from Bel-
    mont, Mass and San Francisco to
    new branches in Chicago, Washing
    ton, White Plains, Houston and
    s.ui Mateo Calif.; the professional
    stafi has quadrupled in lour years,
    and the ''( kl> payroll has doubled
    liom 115.000 to S30.000 within the
    year; hundreds of volunteers
    rerve .1- section leaders through
    out tlte countr)
    laganda efforts have inten
    sified the point here two ma-
    jor publishing enterprises turn out
    books, arti< les, pamphlets stick
    i 1 and miscellaneous literature.
    > 11 Idinfi an Income of about I
    000 per eek.
    During the month of April, its
    speakers' bureau scheduled more
    than 70 appearances for its
    spokesmen in 25 states. Birch So-
    ciety leaders are taking fo ra-
    dio and television with increas-
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    up, Dr Slawson said, "as a crazy
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    the UN. abolish foreign aid, ex
    i'i se the Civil Rights movement as
    fi iud repeal the Federal income
    t.i\. save America from bhe Com
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    Thi- hodge podge ol extremist
    pi sitions i- pn sented foi c nsump-
    tion in .1 well financed and effi-
    cient operation fired bj fanatical
    zeal." Dr Slav son lid '1 he real
    aim !> to undermine confidei e in
    : .1 ic institutions to para
    lyze thi 'ii n -i ratic process
    Dr Slawson recalled that Rob
    lit Welch ha> defined democracy
    as "merelj ;i deceptive phrase, a
    neapon of demagoguery, and a
    perennial fraud" This view, hi-
    Mini is reflected In the Society it
    -ell whu-h "Is inherently as well
    .i- outwardty anti-democratic." its
    inner structure based on the Fuhr-
    ei principle.
    Dr. Slawson charged that the
    Birch Society "renounces open
    discussion and legitimate debate
    as a means of resolving contro-
    versial issues, resorting instead
    to such tactics as character as-
    sassination and rumor monger-
    ing."
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    drawn widespread attention as ;
    source ol special concern Reports
    have revealed that police officers
    in Philadelphia, Trenton Newark,
    Houston and Santa Ana. Californ-
    ia, have been identified as John
    Birch Societ) members Officials
    ii the Birch Society claim that all
    the nation'- major cities have
    Birch members in their police de
    part ments.
    In one city, Trenton, police ot
    filial- have attempted to indoc
    t. inate 'hen- men w i t Ii Birch
    i ropagan la In another city, Santa
    Ana. a reign of terror was recti I ai linst Police Chiel Ed
    rd .' Allen ii> a ei oup of his
    men u ho had formed a Birch Si i .
    i'. police cell, and were bent on
    dislodging him.

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    ; R. Narot, of Temple Israel, as they congratulate him
    :h year in the rabbinate at a dinner dance Sunday
    the Dupont Plaza Hotel. (See "Charmingly Yours,
    10-B).
    lfadeis ol the ^outhpastern Florida Reqion of Worn-
    " rican ORT will atend the eighth annual plant
    :e Wednesday ut the Roney Plaza Hctel. Shown are
    M a Y: hmon and Mis. Bernard Hcffenbero, chai:--
    lo have announced that registration will be at 9:15
    ved immediately by brunch. Mrs. Florence Kupper-
    jion president, will give the keynote address.
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    those greeting
    n- n; guest ( honor
    Mrs i us B Rud-
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    Section B
    MUSICAL WILL BE FEATURED
    AJCong. Women Donor Sunday
    Annual donor event for the Mi
    ami Women's Divisi n, American
    Jewish Congress, will take place
    Sundaj. 7 p m., at the Deauville llo-
    tel.
    Mrs Irving Kaplan fund-raising
    chairman rf Women's Division, an-
    nounces that this concluding din-
    ner will lecture the musical, "Call
    \, Mai I n.," m a ., ;> ai ing al tlie
    Deat villc Hotel.
    Monii i r ised by he Women':
    ;ii\ision support the work ol
    the l ii,-i' Waterman Wise Youth
    Hostel in Jerusalem,
    Members ol the c mnittee work
    ing with Mrs Kaplan arc Mis
    dames Leonar I Sidersky, president
    of Hisca.Mii' Chapter; Sy Reese,
    Sylvia Brown, Helen Dudell, vice
    i i sidents; Sylvia silvers, pre-'
    dent, .lus.me Chapter, Royal Jonas
    and Ethel Wolk, vice presidents.
    Josephine Albuquerque, president
    Louise Wise Chapter, Marj s Ce
    hen. executive vice president, U u
    is Cohen, Sam Herder, Anne White
    vici presidents; Lillian Reiss, Ruth
    rtin, Jeani tte Gold and Benja-
    min Kamen, Miami Chapter,
    Par li ip.mts in t h e affair are
    Biscayne Chapter, Mesdames
    Leonard Sidersky, Sj Reese, Rose
    Greek, William Brown; Louise
    Wise Chapter. Mesdames Joseph
    Albuquerque, Hyman Bashkes, l-
    idor Bauni, Mary S. Cohen, Lillian
    1.i hen. Hannah Grossman, Hear?
    Hersch, Betty Kressfield, Morris
    Raymer, Morris Colton, Josi >h
    white. Sai Herder;
    Miami Chapter, Mr-dames Bes-
    - e Aronoff. Belle Drosd, Ceil
    Greenberg, A n n e Heideni
    Benjamin Kamen. Irving Quartin,
    Norman Russ, Samuel Koscnst-in,
    Isidor Rubin, Alfred Rubenst
    l.i C Steinberg, Jeani tte SI
    Fred Wei -.
    Justine Chapter, Mesdames
    vej E Kramer, Harold Drul
    Irving Kapli n. Ji
    via silvers. Irving Westin, I> d
    Muskat
    Guests will be Rabbi and
    Leon Kroniah. Mr and Mrs Jo-
    -< ph l Yanich, Mr and Mrs Bern-
    bardt Chesman,
    THE COLOR FOR SIMMER: white
    the bag: corde' bead
    the look-, dazzling
    B) (0 Puerto Rico.
    '.'' iey Muriel Rich-
    Bi ma rd Kartan)
    ti up i i weak with
    d drove .
    w men
    iation of New York
    ' Mrs Kartan will be
    ' | nit meeting ol
    Vmeri in Bar and
    tl \- : n Bar As
    S in ii n next week
    (invention bound tad)
    be back here in
    ttend -till anothei
    thering M
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    est in the world, and (he Ni
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    (he Meyers an
    ',, i ith Pacific Islands,
    none land* of Tahiti.
    , b ra and Fiji Continu-
    n their journey, Anna ill
    be ., idri s New Zealand and Australia
    speaking no doubt in "legalese"
    Hut she'll be home in time to
    discharge her dunes to all the
    visiting attorneys coming to
    Flori la.
    Representing the Universitj ol
    Fit r.'l.i College Of I'harm.i >.
    Mi mi Beachite AM.m i armel at-
    tending the State Pharmaceuti
    < al Convention at the Americana
    ||,,tel Sen [ Mr and Mrs,
    William CarrneJ, BM B3rd SI Al
    Ian, an alumnus "f Mie Universitj
    ol Miami, will graduate from
    i i'i r (his summer He has
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    -Jewlsti ntrlHir
    Friday May 21. 1965
    Kinneret Chapter Installation Set
    Officers of the South Florida Council of Presi-
    dents of the Children's Asthma Research In-
    stitute and Hospital were installed Sunday al
    the Algiers Hotel. Dr. Sanford Ziff was install-
    ing officer. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Law-
    rence Scherr. Breath of Life Chapter, record-
    ing secretary; Mrs. Robert Herbert. Peshkin
    Chapter, vice president, public relations; Mrs.
    Irving Miller, Breath of Life Chapter, corres-
    ponding secretary; Mrs. Ernest Harris, Lorber
    Chapter vice president, ways and means;
    Mrs. Albert Dubler, Breath of Life Chapter,
    treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Sidney
    Ritterman. Miami Beach Chapter, chaplain,
    Dr. Ziff; Mrs. Gerald Klugerman. Lorber Chap-
    ter, president of Council.
    Star Joan Fontaine to be Commentator
    At Hadassah-lsrael Fashion Festival
    Mr- Vat Barth president of the picture actress and star <>f stage
    Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas and television, will be among the
    and Mrs Fred Jonas, chair- feature highlights of the luncheon
    il the Uadassah Israel 17th program
    rears luncheon, this wok
    ced thai Joan Fontaine,
    . !!% Award-winning motion
    i Ben-Ari is emerging as
    one of Israel's most gifted
    young designers. This tur-
    cuoise suit of mohair and
    wool, trimmed with mink by
    Stefan Braun, is part of the
    Givenchy-Israel Fashion Fes-
    tival to be seen Monday at
    the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    The Uadassah Israel anniver-
    sary lunchei ii ill t;k plat < Mon
    ii\ in i1 Ballroom : the
    i taini i'.' i Hotel A chai
    agne reception ; the luncheon Co-chairman ol the
    luncheon i- Mrs Sam Ulank
    Miss Fontaine will the com
    mentator for the Givenchj Israel
    Fashion Festival, the fame I col-
    lection of haute couture featuring
    the outstanding creations <>i Paris
    designer Hubert de Givenchj and
    the leading designers of Israel.
    It will be at this evenl that the
    Woman of Valor Award will be
    presented to Mrs. Irving I.ehr-
    man. wife of the spiritual leader
    of Temple Emanu-El, in recogni
    turn of her "'exemplary service on
    behalf of the faith of Israel, the
    People of Israel and the land of
    Israel."
    The award will be presented bj
    Shimon Yallon. consul general ol
    Israel for Southeastern United
    Si es
    Lillian Go dman, chairman of
    Hi dassah Isr: el luncheons lor
    the rs, ill re. i i\, the
    Isra Boi I
    i 'ha irman ol I '<
    i ignition ol her l< ip in
    I
    in- re
    in- e\ ents not onlj lo< ;i Ij but on
    ational level."
    Presidents ol all 17 groups ol
    tin Miami Beach Chapter ol Ha
    dassah w ill 11 cei\ > Set oils ol
    Honor for tin ir role lr
    these achievi ments possil
    Receh ing Scrolls w ill be the
    Mesdames Joseph Epstein, Baj
    ;04N fONTAINl
    Harbor: Samuel Curtis, Bernard
    i.ipson. Elizabeth Steinbach,
    Brandeis: Charles Gertler, Herbert
    Gutman, Esther Levitt, Deborah.
    Hattie Safir, Esther; Max Affa
    chiner, I, It Goodman; Milton
    Weinberg, Hertl; .1 oseph Meyer,
    Israeli; Jack Wolf stein, Emi
    I azaru! En anuel Mentz, Morton
    Tower-. Sherman Fast Renanah;
    Sylvia Kurland. Hanna Senesch:
    Michael i i Shalon
    li
    Greenly 11 Hem i< Man
    lintus Sti phi i S M
    s
    Felli Fort
    Miss Font aim
    in mi
    i
    the Stati of 1 a<
    oi tl ifter an > *
    -i\e sta; in whu
    many areas Israel levi
    iiieiit. Miss Foi ecai
    terested in it- econo
    Kinneret Chapter, M zrachi
    v ,,:,., n's :;"n "' America,
    v hi hold its annual installation ol
    officers an I donor lu i i
    tn, on of in. Bis
    cayn< Hotel on Su
    Thami 1< r the day. Hands
    Across tin Sea." is in honor of
    members who have supported .Mi/
    rachi proji cts in i-ia> I
    Mr- Alfred Stone, Southeastern
    coordinator ol Miwaihi Women.
    will install Mrs Theodore Sako
    witz tor .i second term a- presi-
    dent.
    Other officers are Mrs Donald
    Schrager Mrs Arthur Roth, Mrs
    Morris Sokol. vice presidents: Mrs.
    Max Nuhomovie. treasurer; Mrs
    Shoshana Slate
    To be Installed
    Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'riUl
    Women, will hold its installation
    of officers Tuesday evening at the
    Martinique Hotel.
    Ansel Wittenstein. president.
    Florida State Federation of B'nai
    B'rilh Lodges, will install the fol-
    lowing:
    President, Mrs Hazel Daniels:
    vice president-. Mrs Gerald Mar
    cus. Mr- .lack Lamport, Mrs John
    Reich, Mrs Kin Garret; treasurer,
    Mrs Wick Bock: secretaries, Mrs
    Jack Goldrich. Mrs Buddj Aron-
    son, Mrs Julian Nacron; Guard
    ian. Mrs Sidney Schlesser; sen
    tmel. Mrs D.m Schocken; his
    in. Mi I." hard Salomon,
    al musical skil to
    Fiddler on the Roof, written
    and directed by Mrs Sidm Sen
    les-er. will be presented
    T Summer
    Social Season
    Summer MX :.il season !' the
    G i ati r Mian i "> MHA !< U under
    way m.,> 29 with .i c*i din,
    tier dance I the recentlj ai quired
    recreational center on the Trail at
    85th Ave
    Musical stage star Napoieon
    Reed heads the entertainment bill
    lined up i>\ special Events Chair-
    man Leonard Luna. An entertain
    ing pickpocket, Prince Kara, and
    ,i sister dan e team, the Hamilton
    Twins, round out the evening's
    act -
    The George Newmans, ol South-
    west Miami, are co-chairmen (or
    [he event, expected to attract some
    300 couples to the giant YMHA fa-
    cility
    Ticket Chairmen Fred and Irene
    i >;n ha> e c o m e up w ith top
    e an expense paid
    : i in N
    Mr- : Denmark and Mrs
    Mi Jack
    Kat/mai Bi
    t< r, M Mi
    Mi- Hi ielb
    Mrs Harold Zi
    Highlight ol aril
    sentation of a war foi
    IDg -' I 1 ice 10 -.,111/ .
    I ntertainnti i 111
    Mrs Murr rioretsk;
    who has appear) locall; i
    bm als. accompai d by M i
    Ball.
    Mrs Nathan Miller is cha
    of the day. Committee n i
    are Mestiame- Ir in Blot I
    ard Gelbart, Martin Hirseh. \
    Schwartz, and Miss Esta Ka
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    Beth Torch Graduates 63




    illation of B'nai B'rith Harmony Chap-
    the Roney Plaza the tollowinq mom-
    re installed. Standinq (left to riqht1
    Sidney Teper, trustee; Mrs. Harvey
    telson parliamentarian; Mrs. Marv
    rdinq secretciy; Mrs. Jeanne Feld-
    trustee; Mrs. Jack Dernis. outqoinq presi-
    Mrs. fack Cohen, inconiinq president;
    Henrietta Fine, membership vice presi-
    chairman of the day; Mrs. Irvinq
    tee, and co-chairman of the dav;
    Mrs. Florence Lederman. financial secretary,
    Ann Rubinger. historian. Seated Heft to
    right are Mrs. Saul M. Jarrett, proqram vice
    president; Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, District 5
    " X and installing officer: Mrs. MHton
    Sack^tt correspondinq secretary: Mrs. Sam
    Rosenthal, treasurer; Mr?.. Georqe Ginsberq.
    rtlnq v, ys and means vice president;
    Mrs Esther Schwartz, guardian. Not shown is
    Ruth Washton, sentinel.
    Sixty-l e< tud ipate
    In th lal ion ex< n
    I rah Religio is Scl
    morning. Ge r i K
    n of the Educal ional
    mittee announi
    largest in the h
    Beth Torah, pr< senti d
    ' Israel Land ol ll"i
    . nd held an exhibit ol the i esearcli
    papers ai i Is made l>> ei
    111< i- | irl ol their graduation
    requirements
    Instructors ol thi group are Mrs
    l>;ivi and Manuel Bergman, with Miss
    Carole Mackenzie serving ;i- di
    rector of the Cantata
    Richard Sneider, president <>f
    i h e con rei ation, v el omed the
    I raduatesi end Kutzman distrrbat
    diplomas, with Rabbi Max A
    Lipschitz charging the graduates
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    +Je*isfi ncrkttor
    Friday, May 21. 1965
    I
    Coral Chapter of American Medical Center at
    Denver held its tenth annual doncr luncheon
    recently at the Algiers Hotel, with some 250
    guests attending. Seated deft to right) are
    Mrs. Rose Levy Berg, organizer; Mrs. David
    3<=ndell. immediate past president; Mrs. Jules
    Weston president; Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, past
    president; Mrs. Jack Gordon, honorary presi-
    dent. Standing are Mrs. Max Bcqner. vice
    i<:.-. Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg, vice presi-
    dent; Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, vice president,
    Mrs. Paul Ettinger, chaplain. Entertainment
    was by Bob Novack and Miss Carole Taran.
    Presentations included 65 Award Pins and
    Jewels tc members for funds raised during the
    year, which will be used for cancer research
    and free patient care. Chairmmen of the
    luncheon were Mrs. Joseph Nuienberg and
    Mrs. Irving RubinsU
    Planning Mizrachi Women's Youth Aliyah
    brunch at the Lombardy Hotel on May 25 are
    (left to right) Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Sylvia
    Meyers, Capt. Leo Gardner, of El Al Israel
    Airlines, host for the day, and Mrs. Mack
    Acklesburg.
    Mizrachi Women Plan Brunch For Youth Aliyah
    Dade County women are bud- Aliyah. which has brought more Capt. I-eo Gardner, of Kl Al Is
    porting educational and social wel- than 10.000 children to Israel from racl Airlines, is hosting th<
    Wife of High
    Court Justice
    Accepts Award
    By Special Report
    Mrs. Arthur J. Goldberg, wife of
    the United Slates Supreme Court
    Justice, was named "Woman of
    the Year" at the third annual
    Award Luncheon of the New York
    Women's League for Eflstadrut
    Scholarships held last week at the
    Hotel Pierre.
    Five-hundred women paid tribute
    to Mrs Goldberg, in whose honor
    the league announced the establish.
    r-'iit of a perpetual scholarship
    within the framework of the Hista
    Irul Scholarship Fund. The $2,500
    endowment will be the source of an-
    nual scholarships for needy young-
    sters id the vocational high schools
    >; Israel.
    in accepting the citation from
    Mrs. Emil Schlesingcr. luncheon
    chairman. Mrs Goldberg drew at-
    tention to 'he fact that "the Israeli
    war on povertj and the American
    v..;- on p verty are a part of Ihe
    . fforl to bring justi e to all
    i habitants oi the laud
    Stating thai the United States and
    i-r. are both ledicated to peace,
    to freedom and to the at hievement
    ci pol cri' Mrs Gold
    ! erg sai i "This description surely
    the i nti II ion madi by His
    it, the la ition. to I
    : For H
    ! thi force in Isi i
    ij winch is mainlj n
    o r t h e i
    uhii pel f tin
    '
    : the 1
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    pioi re : i other i
    '
    terac;
    t and the povert>
    i the mind which environmental
    po\ ertj I he nal
    i reset Men pnl of I he .ii
    thai man} of them were op
    e.....I and kept in i and
    privation particularly in the Ori-
    ental countries required Israel to
    use all conci \ ices to com-
    '. a: tin- deprn ation "
    Mrs. Jennie Groasinger, League
    pn lident, Mrs. Arthur Ruben,
    board chairman, and Mrs Sylvia
    Bloom addressed the luncheon,
    which is a major function of the
    . roup dedicated to raising funds
    for vocational training scholarships
    in Israel.
    tare work 6.000 miles away
    which may have a profound ef-
    fect on progress undertaken in the
    war on poverty in this countrj.
    Members of the seven chapters
    in Greater Miami of the Mizrachi
    Women's Organization of Ameri-
    i a holding their annual Youth
    Aliyah Brunch, on May 25 ir; th<
    Lombardy Hotel, see a close con-
    nection between their efforts for
    Israels newcomers and under-
    vileged youth a n d President
    Johnson's drive toward the Great
    iety.
    The e ained by Youth
    forKashruth
    for Quality
    Me Perfect Salt
    for Koshering
    all your meat and fowl
    countries all over the world, wil
    be drawn upon by the anti poverty
    campaign. Mrs. Alfred Stone, co-
    ordinator of the May 25 brunch.
    reported here this week.
    Zion Women
    To be Installed
    Rahbi Alfred Waxman will in-
    Stall Temple Zion Sister).nod offi
    cers during services Fridaj even-
    ing
    Mrs Sidney Goldbaum, incom-
    ing president, will accept the
    gavel from immediate past presi
    dent, Mrs. Henry Shapiro.
    Executive Board members to
    be in-tailed are Mrs G<
    Klein Mrs Leonard Yesner, Mrs
    Ben stone. Mrs. Joseph Ro
    Mr> Ben Block, vice presidi
    Mrs Norman Burman, Mrs
    man Potash. Mrs. Leonard Laiken,
    secretary; Mrs. Max Pawli
    treasurer.
    brunch, and will discuss the Israeli
    scene.
    The seven local Mizrachi Worn
    en's chapters participating are
    Miami Beach Chapter. Mrs Ra
    chel Kati Laufer president; Hatik
    vah Chapter. Mrs. Julius R.....n
    Stein, president; Dov Chapter. Mrs
    Louis Tokaper. pics,dent: Hadar
    Chapter. Mrs. Daniel Zalis. Mrs
    Morris Bicky. Mr- Bernard
    Diener, Aviva chapter Mrs Isaac
    Berlin, president; presidium; Kin-
    nerei Chapter, Mrs Theodore
    Sakowitz, president; and Batya
    chapter. Mrs. Jonah Caplan, presi-
    dent
    Admission to the Yo ith '
    bi in., i. slati.; tor i m., i~
    by a dime bank or its
    All proceeds will tx sent to
    without reduction.
    A musical serenade at
    Les Violins Cub pro-.-
    the settinq for a 5Cth an-
    sary party honennq Mr.
    Mts. Dcvid Heinsius, of 12<
    NE l?6th St., No. Miami.
    Sky-Lake Maps
    Get-Together
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    lo 4 p m in the Cat aliei
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    Oiamond Crystal Sail Company
    Suburban League
    Bowling Banquet
    Annual bowling banquet of the
    irban League will be held on
    Saturday. 7 p.m.. at King's Bay
    Yacht and Country Club, it was
    announced by President Mrs. Alan
    Hertz
    Winter League winners will re-
    ceive their awards at ceremonies
    in the Continental Boom.
    Members of Suburban L
    work as volunteers ^t Variety Chil
    dren's Hospital and raise hinds to
    pTOI diCSl care for tWO can
    cer patients
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    Beth El Ladies
    To be Installed
    Sisterhood oi Beth Kl will hold
    a Parents Da) installation dinner
    ij al Dora August Auditori
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    To be installed are president,
    Mrs Jack Shapiro, in-t m. presi-
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    esident, Mrs R ise Sic
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    +Jelsti rtrrirfi'tr
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    Socialite ... by sjfsabel Cj
    Continued from Page IB
    f the ( ho !'- student
    ation
    up on news of his
    and two sisters, Allan
    i thai Jerry, a senior in
    B< ,.ih High, who is serv-
    ident ')i Quill a n d
    itional Honor So-
    tt S< .'I Journalists,
    lenl oi int.Tact Sen ice
    linn red by the club last
    at an installation dinner
    . h rosewood Inscribed gav-
    : esented to him .
    imitation manager for
    Embryo Magazine,
    ,i trip to New York for
    thi most copies He
    served m executive editor
    year lunik ... He plans
    ei the University of Florida
    fall as a I reined stll-
    mra Carmel, now in the
    -mil; department of the
    . Herald, attended Hie Uni-
    ty oi Miami and Dade Junior
    e and will receive a degree
    Ivertising and public relu-
    - in June .
    T< en ager of the family, Linda.
    sel her heart on being an
    Iress To that end. she will
    Joint Installation
    At B'nai Sholom
    pie B'nai Sholom will hold
    I insallation of Temple and
    sterhood officers on Saturday.
    ! m at the Temple.
    r of North Miami Beach.
    Snyder, will install officers
    he t-oming year:
    le president, Judd Merl;
    presidents, Sidney Schultz,
    d '"Buddy" Greenfield; re-
    . secretary, Hytnan Fish-
    financial secretary, Mrs
    man Benstock; corresponding
    retarj Gene Rosenberg; treas-
    Bob Oppenfaeim; board mem-
    Mrs Miriam Walper. Sam
    hieti loseph Saperstein, Seymour
    Cal Lester, Al Goodman,
    a iner.
    its i f the Sistei hood are
    Mrs. Charles Persell
    presidents, Mrs Louis
    Mrs. Nathan Elkes, Mrs
    Philips; treasurer. Mr-.
    . '!. recording secretary.
    in Kaj; corresponding
    Mrs Hohert Baum; fi
    secretary Mrs. Mike Wein
    ' m< mbers, Mrs. Harry
    Mrs Irving Broner, Mrs
    - in, Mrs Miriam Wal-
    I ei berl Zuker.
    B"> hrael Congregati
    ion
    attend a drama school this fall
    m addition to her courses at
    Nautilus Junior Huh
    A happy thought fi r Leo Stein-
    man t (i c a i i j with h i m
    bs I.....u i s u > s his
    ti n trip to the Middle East
    e endowed a
    two-patient room and signed a
    pledge for an annual donation
    for life to Variety Children'*
    I' 'al Underprh iliged
    kids in South Dade County have
    Leo, a member of Variety Club,
    to thank for the rwimming po
    they enjoy he helped build
    it .
    Before heading tor Denver,
    where they'll spend the summer.
    Mr and Mr- Julius M. Bitter will
    stop .n Jacksonville to visit with
    family of daughter Marilyn (Mrs,
    Kill .1 Kl( in. formerly of Surl
    side And they'll be there in
    time for commencement exer-
    cises Of grandson Hubert J Klein
    who has been accepted at Bran
    dels University.
    Moving to North Miami Beach.
    Be!h Torch
    Reeiects Sneider
    ider was ie
    I term as president oi
    . Lion ol S
    ''
    ted are executh < \ i< <
    Stanley Frie i udent, Saul Schrei-
    finance and waj an l
    president, Jerry Du-
    rship and retentl n
    t. Irving Newman;
    ' n> ice president, Joel Got-
    l*e wee president. Neil
    Ul and Senior Citizens'
    - wee president. Joseph
    li n
    rchng secretary. Mrs. Juliu*
    corresponding secretary.
    r> ^aiU Schreibcr; financial sec-
    Ewald Ziffer; treasurer,
    1' n harp
    si tru-t.es are Robert Bau-
    Manuel Bergman. Frank
    Jam Dorfman, Morris Fold-
    Frank Hornstein, Ernest
    Hyman Katz, George Katz.
    Adrian Kaufman. Naihan Os-
    !!"'i|> Paul, Louis Pincus,
    1 Ralby, Dr. Morton Rei-s,
    Rosen, Eugene Schwarz-
    Seymour Sliwekv, William
    I'm Taylor.
    Y
    rove
    Paula and Leon Dorson are is
    intlj severing their ties tl
    Temple IMVr. th Jacob A Male
    ah. where thej have been active
    mi man) years Temple Sis
    U ..'" I feted Mrs Dorson at a
    I in well lunch) :i ,,! the Park
    eria on May 2
    New ofticei of the group were
    ii luci d. .,n entertaining ski;
    ed, and a ei rsage presented
    ti tin- guest oi honor by Mrs.
    Luba Friedman, who arranged
    the while affair In the ab-
    sence 11 Sistei hood Prexj Mrs.
    Mimi Klein, a -if; was pr< scute 1
    to Mis Kay Lingaton, vice presi-
    dent.
    Prince Steven Reich and Prin-
    ce-- Hainet Abramson, who will
    - "ii he Kmu and Queen, were
    given the royal treatment at a
    formal dinner dance on Sunday,
    May '.). at the Fontaincbleau Ho-
    tel 11 os l ed by the future
    bride's parents. Lee and James
    Abramson. highlight of the eve
    nine for the 173 -nests was the
    tale of the Re^al Romance as
    spun by Mrs. Abramson Red
    velvet and gold decor of the (;it;i
    Room offered tne proper seitin_
    for the betrothed couple, occupy-
    ii s the King and Queen tin oi
    in stately splendor Attend
    ins i'" ir majesties were SS :
    rol ed, gold-crowned doll-quei ns
    designed and made by Lee, add-
    legance to the tables .
    'I hi romantic mood of the eve
    ning was further enhanced by a
    -i ntimental ballad written by
    Ice Shapiro, of Washington,
    I C with lyrics bj hi- sister,
    mother of the bride-to-be .
    l'i spective bridegroom i. the
    son of Mr and Mrs. HenTJ K< :<:,
    Oi Washington. DC.
    * *
    A very welcome young lady.
    Sari Meryl Shein. arrived May
    12 at the North Miami General
    Hospital She's the first for
    fi nner Judy Faliek and Barry
    Shein. and first grandchild for
    Mollie and Maury Shein. .Other
    set of grandparents. Dodo and
    Sam Faliek, also includes great-
    grandmother, Lillian Bernstein..
    Godparents to the baby doll. Bar
    ry's -ister Linda and hu.-band
    Jerry Weisemann. with stand-ins
    Rose and Morris Rosen, here
    from Huntington, w. Va., .She's
    Maury's sister.
    i"emple Menorah
    Spring Festival
    Scheduled May 29
    Temple Menorah will sponsoi :t-
    da) evening May 29 ,.' the I on
    i bleau Hotel Leoi rd R sen,
    i resident, stated that guests I >r
    ihe gala v ill be the '.< r 1 j -:- |
    j honored b; nev Ij < i ted i; ird
    i: Directors "for steadfi loyaltj
    A comedy entiled Ladies ind
    Gentlemen of the Jewrj The Ver-
    dict is Yours.'' presented by Tem-
    ple teen-agers, will be dedicated to
    the membership of the Temple.
    Cantor Edward Klein will offer a
    medley of sontis. and Irving Laib-
    son's orchestra will plaj for danc*
    it '- and entertainment.
    "Theme of the Spring Festival
    1965," Rosen declared, "will be
    faith and friendship, the two key
    words guiding the destiny of Tem-
    ple Menorah."
    A supper -naek will he served
    following the program, and danc-
    ing will be continuous Jack Koretv
    blit is chairman of the Meir. >".-
    ship Committee sponw ring *.he
    event.
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    ...^tbout f^coplc and f^lacc
    THE SEASONS OVER
    That's what the invitations read for Sylvia
    and Sychiej Lefcourt's dinner parties at Westvievi
    Country Club. The Invitation picture showed .1
    gal with her teet in a tub <>i water and her wig
    the table beside her, while the man with his
    dinner jacket off was sprawled on t!* sofa com-
    pletely exhausted. The wording was to the point
    an evening oi dinner and cards, The two dinner
    parties were exactly alike to the last smidge oi
    caviar on the blinis, Among guests, either on one
    night or the other, were Hattie and Sam Fried-
    land, Lillian and Ham Rosen, Ruth and Max
    Orovitz, Anna Mae and Larry Levenson, Eileen
    Kane Howard was out of town Suki and Nat
    Williams, Norma and Jack Gaines, Helen and
    Damn Sepler. and Anne and Joe Lipton
    The Arthur Kosuhans. the Aaron Fan.- and
    the Sam llennans were at the -ante table Belle
    and Rabbi Irving Lenrman and Lillian and Rabbi
    Leon Kmnish were just there to have a fun eve-
    ning no invocations or benedictions or Bonds
    or Fed* ation talk Then there were Marcie and
    taron Kanner. Byrtha Phillips. Ida and Bill Sing-
    er, Mae and A .1 Harris, Hannah Seller. Mary
    ii(l .lake Sher, Dotty and Leon Kaplan. Mollie
    and Dan Ru-kin. Adeline a 11 d Sum Levenson,
    Mary Kratze. Martha and stank > Myers, and
    Lil and Raymond Feiner
    After the dinners were over Sylvia and Sidnej
    went to visil their daughter, Barbara and Barrj
    Haiman, in Mobile Then they all flew back to
    Miami in time t the Grdater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration dinner dance Saturday night,
    THE HIGHWAYMAN CAME RIDING
    Former Miamian Mrs. Gladys Nehausen Co-
    hen and William Recbl announced their marriage
    in I'niontown. Pa Gladys 1- the mother ol Roy
    Ci hen. married to Bess .>n'\ Louis Glasser's daugh-
    ter, Mona Mona and Roj stopped oil enrouti
    to a dedication ol an auditorium in Jackson
    ville to saj good-bye to Bess, who left for Israel
    .,- .1 Te e 1- Roj Conners, is a member of a folk-
    singing The Highwaymen.
    ANOTHER MOTHER'S DAY AT
    WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
    - decorated the dining room at Wesl
    view Club in hon 1 ol Mother's Day.
    There was such a gathering ol children, mothers
    - v ith grandpas and fathers
    measure, that the> spilled
    1..... \ Oldest mnth.'i- was Mr-. Cecil
    Myers she belongs to Martha and Stanle) My-
    r was Mrs. Robert Marko-
    - larthesl awaj as Mrs. Elsie
    en. 1 i Toronto. Canada, guest ol Mr. and Mrs.
    children
    ( i.nen Mrs Hurt Haft, and
    Mrs M. I nger oldest member's mother was Mrs
    Miriam Muslow, and youngest grandmother was
    Mrs Bernard Zimetbaum Among other family
    parties were Mr, and Mrs Donald Koven, Mr.
    and Mrs Melvin Chasen, Mr and Mrs Joseph
    Stem. Mr and Mrs Morton Hill, and Dr and Mrs.
    Donald Michno'ff

    NO RINGS NO BRACELETS NO NOTHING
    Helen and Jack l/arner gave a dinner party
    at the Crystal House. Helen was the most un.jew-
    eled person at her own party The Canters had
    just been robbed of all of Helens Jewels, in which
    they took such pride, not only because they were
    lovely, but also because Ol the tar away places
    they came from, and their interesting and his-
    toric backgrounds. Masses of lilacs with gold ins
    perfumed the air and gave the Northerners a
    nostalgic turn of mind Among guests were Lee
    and Stephen Canter, Mr and Mrs. Max Boder-
    man. Mr. and Mrs A C. Fine. Rabbi and Mrs.
    Irving Lobrman, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
    Mr and Mrs Leo Chaikcn. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
    Waxenberg, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Kami. Mr. and
    Mrs Gus Feuer, Mr. and Mrs Baron de Hirsh
    Meyer. Mr. and Mrs S:>m Le\enson. and Mr.
    and Mrs Nathan (ainieiiuk
    a
    WHAT DO LAW WIVES DO
    They do just what the wives of doctors, den
    lists, merchants and chiefs do They had a fashion
    -how -it the Coral Gables Countrj Club 10 raise
    funds for the Sturges Scholarship Fund The Law
    Wives of the University ol Miami chose a nauti-
    cal theme for their show Dancing under the
    stars after the show in which the girls did their
    own modeling were Marilyn and Howard Freidin.
    Judj and Jim Blosser, Cynda and Paul Gerson,
    Justine and Mel Wolfe. Myra and Paul Berger,
    Susy and Hal Braxton, and Carolyn and Bob
    Spiegel Mr and Mrs. Paul Pincus were there with
    their daughter, Rhea, who is one ,i the few girls
    graduating from law Bchool in Jane
    ELEGANT WAS THE WORD
    Belle and Charles Raskin entertained at a
    formal dinner at the Crystal House The bar and
    dancing were out under the stars Inside, yellow
    mums and blue in- created a shimmering back-
    ground f r the women who looked as it thej were
    in a fashion show and just ready to walk out
    on the runway Among guests enjoying the gay
    evening were Mr. and Mrs Stdnej Walzer, Col.
    and Mrs Jacob Arvey. Mr and Mrs Aaron Re-
    der. Mr and Mrs Leonard Wieii. Dr and Mr-
    Harold Rand. Mr. and Mrs. William Wcintraub,
    Dr and Mrs Edward Kaffter Mr. and Mrs Stan-
    lej Wolff Dr and Mrs Max Pepper, and Dr.
    and Mrs Herman 1pp. "i Youngstown, Pa.
    Frances Lehman
    Newly-elected president and vice presidents of Mt. Sinai Ho
    pital's Auxiliary are lleft to right), Mrs. Marvin Silvers, vice
    president, services, Mrs. Yale N. Levinson. president; Mis
    Murray Kern, vice president, ways and means; and Mrs. Ray-
    mond Feiner. vice president, administration. Not shown jj Mrs.
    Bernard Spector. vice president, membership.
    Mt. Sinai Ladies Install Officers
    Mrs Yale N Levinson succeeded
    Mrs Leonard A Wien as presi-
    dent 01 the Mount Sinai Hospital
    Auxiliary at installation ceremon-
    ies condi 1 ted 1>> R a b b 1 Joseph
    v. ri spiritual leader ol Temple
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    last Fridaj
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    1,, wl) eli eti d Executive Hoard, the
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    .ml 1. Vbess pr sklent; and Sam
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    Table > enteapieces, designed by
    he Mt Sinai Hi spital < a r
    C 111 b, created the illusion ol a
    crystal f< intain cascading over
    fn ah sprint flow 1 rs and
    out the theme ol the Auxili
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    D H w rag) < companied
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    lion din ctor ol Burdine
    the music of Alan Kole ai 1
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    Friday. May
    1965
    -Jn*irfrrdrtor>
    Page 7-B
    Mrs.Fuchs
    Elected President
    - 10890 SW 8 Ith
    . president ol
    Shalom Chap
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    8760 Canto
    R ibin, 8020 SW
    Neil Rosi ns m

    Mrs Donald
    Haitian Dr irre-
    Mrs Sldnej
    land Dr re-
    and Mr- Ed
    SW I87tfl Tor..
    Donovan Art
    Goes On View
    At Beth Sholom
    y. \',,', drawIngs and
    . b> i a "ee Dono* an
    the Beth Sholon
    Fune 17. The
    jewed Tuesday night.
    to ., innotncement hy
    Drueker, chairman of
    Sho > ^rt Committee
    ivai teacher and
    . -.it tautht Born in Van
    ,. received BA and MA
    in English trom the I ri
    Miami His poema have
    ubushed in such ma{tatlne
    Quarter!; Review of later..
    v mi. jit perspective
    i hibit is ;> ill "f Beth Sho
    . stival of the fcrti -i*>n
    the le Sisterhood
    i hairmanship of Mi
    Si
    Israel Dance
    Program on TV
    e program
    ted bj i!'--'i
    I I Linda Ren in was aired
    - : V i 2, ruesday. and
    laj .it 11 a "
    is pan ol the English 10
    bj l>.nil' Count)
    school" Tin' program will
    n bj sophomores of Dado
    ! County public and pri
    h schools as well as the
    iblic
    dances are llarmom
    I I L lanoL" "El Ha-
    S< otch Participants in
    > i reate I especiall) for the
    are R< gi Yantch, Linda
    \orman Atunoo, Chaviva
    i Si bwanenfeld and Bill
    Yanjch, together with her
    I, recentl) organized ami
    . Dam o Festival which
    ..i Temple Menorah on
    i
    i -
    i
    Cedars of Lebanon Women's Auxiliary
    Honors Mrs, Rosen's 'Exemplary Service
    MRS. DORAN IINNIR
    new president
    Beth Moshe Anniversary
    \! n s h e Con 'rogation w ill
    hold ii- second anniversar) dinner
    dance on Saturday evejwtg at the
    Pi al H'i'< -at nn Rertanranl
    Mi Cat rie Rosen as hon< red
    by the Women Auxiliary of Cedars
    ol I. e h a n o n Hospital "for her
    lership and exemplar) volun-
    lei r sen i since the inception
    of the ot ion
    Ceremonies were the highlight
    th Vux liai j annual installa-
    tion I offii it- al Wesh iew ('mm
    try Club last week
    Mrs Ros '. -ii i ,\eii the Di-
    i i, id Disc Award for
    her work as i li lirman ol the De
    vi lopmi nl Fund, which raised
    man) thousands i for the
    , : -' oi and equipment of the
    hospital spearheaded b) her own
    substantial donations
    A charter member and founder
    ol the < edar's Auxiliary --ix years
    ago, Mi- Rosen continues to work
    a- a volunteer se.eral days a
    ek in the Lobb) Shop, at the
    information desk, and as an aide
    She was recently honored for
    her philanthrop) at Cedar- of Leb-
    anon being designated a Diamond
    (lodmother This citation was giv-
    en in recognition ol her endow-
    ment Of three patient room-
    \ resident of South Florida for
    more than 25 years, Mrs Rosen
    has been active in many commun
    al. religious, educational and wel-
    fare causes She was named "Wo-
    man of the Year" by OUT i- a
    charter member of the Jewish
    Home for the Vgcd Auxiliary, ac-
    tive in llada-sah a founder mom
    her ol American Friends of He-
    brew University, and a life mem
    i n i Te< hmon l m\ ersit)
    Among other local instituti
    in which she has played a major
    role is Variet) Children's Hos-
    i Her name is being inscribed
    upon the Variet) Wall ol Faith
    Memorial for her generosit) in the
    recent building campaign,
    Outgoing Auxiliary president,
    Mrs Ted l.otterman. made the pre
    -i ntation of the Cold I Use tO MTS
    Rosen. Mrs Doran Zinner was in
    -tailed as president for the com
    ing year Mrs Benjamin Oren was
    I mu-hi-on Committee chairman.
    /
    MRS. CARR'f ROSEN
    honored
    Clothesline Art Show
    Clothesline Show, sponsored t>y
    North Miami Beach Artists Guild,
    will be held Friday, Saturday and
    Sunday, l" to 6 p.m in Victory
    Park, NE 19th Ave at 17191 St.
    Presides* <>f the group Is Margery
    Scrafine.
    Yomen to Direct
    Chorus Here
    workmen's Circle Chorus of
    t Miami announces that Ben
    ' ill Bg i. be director tor
    iming year
    he closing meeting of the
    ...... ihe following were elected
    Hoi irarj chairmen, Louis FeW
    1 i hen; chairman, Sam
    Imam i i -ecictary Mis
    Koon; n......ding secretary,
    Mr. Harry Green: treasurer. Ru
    . ed
    ' ve Board members are
    .....n Mi isider Berger,
    - el .lull. Rubin
    1 Workmen's Circle Chores Is
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    Rev. Mamches
    To be Honored
    Sunday Evening
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    nq let .t Waldmans
    'Wei on Sunday evening.
    ' Mamchi -. h is served ai i
    r ni the Beth Jacob Talmud
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    " Plaque at the banquet "in recof
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    School bells rang this, month for Pearl (Mrs. Theodore)
    Kippnis when she was installed as president of Minim
    Beach High School PTA. When she went to school in the
    Bronx Pearl was a happy youngster, always a good stu-
    dent and with the aspiration of becoming a teacher. Pearl
    recalls that she was always happy, and she still remains
    happy today. In those davs. the Parent-Teacher Associa-
    tion was just coming into vogue, and Pearls mother. Mrs.
    Louis Schechter, was PTA president of PS 20 in the Bronx
    After Pearl and her husband were married, they came
    to Miami on their honeymoon and got sand in their shoes
    before they went back to Brooklyn to live. Sixteen years
    ago. they returned to Miami Beach to stay. Ted owns the
    Seville Hotel. They have three chil-
    dren Priscilla. who is working
    at Mt Sinai Hospital as a secre-
    tary and is newly-engaged to Allan
    Priedland; Alan; and Steven, who
    was just Bar Mitzvah this month.
    As soon as Pearl moved here, she
    at once became active in organi
    zation life.
    She was active in Girl Scout-
    ing for twelve years even after
    Priscilla was too grown up for
    SCOtlting. Starting with being a
    room mother in PTA. Pearl had
    man y and varied positions in
    eluding president of North Beach
    Elementary School and on the
    board of Nautilus. Not all PTA
    work, however because the Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu-EI
    also claims her talents. Even though her husband is a ho-
    telman. they lead a very normal, average life, which in
    eludes the tact that Ted comes home tor dinner every
    night, and they all gather around the dinner table togeth-
    er.
    It was easier to go on trips when the children were
    smaller, explains Pearl, but short trips to New York to
    see the shows are now the accepted travel plans Pearl"s
    hands must always be busy, and she has embroidered many
    a tablecloth watching television. She is also an ardent col-
    lector of recipes, always clipping them out of newspapers
    and magazines.
    Pearl plays at golf and enjoys it. she likes the new-
    hands in mah jongg. and enjovs reading new fiction, but
    she is just as ready to reread old favorites. Both she and
    her husband like to be with people which seems clear
    from Ted's being in the hotel business and Pearls being
    active in organization work. Pearl's new job as president
    of the Miami Beach High Schools PTA is u time-COnSUm-
    Ing ... as well as a challenging one. She looks back to
    the time when her own mother was PTA president, ami i~
    truly enjoying history as it repeats itself.
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    Dr, and Mrs. Richard R. Mirow.
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    PI., announce the marriage of their
    daughter, Miss Madelyne E. Mi-
    row. to John 1). Lazarus, son of Mr.
    and M-- Gustav Lazarus, of White
    plains. N.Y.
    Ceremony teak place Friday.
    May 7. at Temple Beth Sholom.
    followed by a dinner at Chandlers
    Restaurant Rabbi Leon Kronish
    performed the ceremony
    Best man was Frank Carbone,
    and matron of honor, Mrs Mark
    Linksman, sister of the bride.
    The bride is a graduate of Mi-
    ami Beach High, attended the Uni-
    versity Of Florida and received a
    degree from the University of Mi-
    ami.
    Mr. Lazarus attended the I'm
    versity ot Puerto Rico and earned
    a degree at the University <>f Mi-
    ami.
    The couple honeymooned in Mi-
    ami Beach.
    MRS. JOHH LAZARUS
    Young Israel
    Slates Induction
    Harry I.erner will be installed
    ;is president of Young Israel of
    Greater Miami on Sunday at 8:30
    p.m.
    Completing the slate for 1965-66
    are Murray Fran.I. Alex Gooze,
    Milton Gottlieb, Ben i.erner. Mar-
    vin Lipman, Emanuel Ungar, vice
    president. Ernest Field, treasurer;
    Sol Kalchman, Mrs Abraham Au-
    ron, secretaries; Ira Stem, pub-
    licity chairman; PTA president.
    Mrs Max Stein. Women's Auxil-
    iary president. Mrs Murray Cart
    ner.
    Board of Directors includes Burt
    Brody, Charles Brander, Ben Fish-
    bein, Muses Gallant, Morns Com
    berg. Louis Goodman. Joseph Gro-
    pen. Joseph Greenberg. Israel Itz
    IcovitZ, William Kreuter. Joseph
    Margolis, Alex Moss. Louis Rosen
    berg, Sidney Rosenberg, Ed stern
    and Moses Weiss
    Shopmakers Tell
    Marlene's Troth
    Mr and Mrs. Haro!i Shopn
    345 NW Lath St North \
    announce the engagement ot i
    j hter, Marlene Rae, t<> Roi
    Lee LI' m. son ot Mr. aril .
    baniuel M Bio. n, 440 nf. u
    St.
    Miss Rayman,
    Walter Blacker
    Are Engaged
    Mr. and Mrs More} a Ra;
    1226 SW ist'i St.. announce I
    engagement of th (ir da
    iron I to Walter i. Bla
    The bridegroom-t i-be is
    ol Mrs Annette Blacker. 12! >U
    55th Ave and the late Fred B
    i r
    Both the future I :iile and
    fiance will attend Florida SI
    University in the fall
    Wedding is planned for Aug .4
    at the Deauville Hotel.
    A dnion
    miSS SHARON RATMAS
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    December Rites
    A December wedding is planned
    for Mart la Fileen Pearl, whose en-
    gagement to Michael Leventhal
    is being announced by her paren -
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 1100 SW
    23rd Ave
    The groom-to-be i- the son of
    Mr. and Mrs Bernard Leventhal.
    US sw 62nd Ave
    I'n- future bride is a graduate of
    Miami Senior High, where she
    served as vice president of Anchor
    club International and belonged
    t Phi Delta Ga.nma Council Sh<
    will receive a degree In education
    from the Universit) of Miami in
    July.
    An alumnus of M i a m i Senior
    High and the Universit) ol Miami,
    Mr Leventhal is presently a mem
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    Mrs. Weiner Heads Beth David Women;
    Installation Luncheon to be Wednesday
    f" Allen Be< ker
    MISS KOCHlUt LYNN
    Lynn, Malek
    Betrothal Told
    Mr
    it I..\nn. of Miami
    i engagement of
    an
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    Rochelle Bea Lynn, to
    Mali k of Miami Beach
    \ r in the Dade C .1 hrideto-be is studying
    - torate at the iniversity
    where she earned
    nl Master's decrees in
    i- also a graduate of
    (if Jewish Education,
    Hei rew and Sunday
    . : Temple Zion. She is a for-
    pctor of the Sertotna Youth
    Employment Service, founder pres
    rnple Zion United Syna-
    V'o itb Group, and Reshone
    Mr Malek, an attorney and civic
    .. graduate of the I'm
    of Miami and its law
    !li is a past exalted ruler
    Miami Beach Klks. past
    I of the Odd Fellows, a
    director <>i the Miami Beach Music-
    jn I Art> League. Among other or-
    -i zation* oi uhieh he is a mem-
    n George Gershwin L/xlye
    ': Knights of Pythias and the
    ich and Hatikvah Lodges
    i; nth.
    ilirhli^lit (1f the Beth David Sis-
    terhcod last regular meeting of
    'he season will be the Installation
    <.f 'h- 196546 officers and board
    on Wednesday, n 30 a.m., in Spec-
    i' r Hall, with luncheon bei n g
    served bj Beth David caterer.
    Lloyd Ap;>lc
    Mrs Harold Reinhard, president
    of the FK .ida Branch of the Na
    tional Women's League, will be
    i.- ~ta Iiin officer.
    Mrs Irving Weiner has been
    elected president Sisterhood to succeed Mrs. Mur-
    ray Hacks The new slate serving
    with Mrs. Weiner includes
    Mrs George Laskin, membership
    \i.e president; Mrs Seymour
    Friend, fund-raising vice presi-
    dent. Mrs Albert .1 Beer, cultural
    vice president; Mrs Leonard Wolf.
    school relations vice president;
    Mis Max Rosing, corresponding
    secretary; Mrs Lawn nee Soherr,
    recording secretary; Mrs. Leo R.
    Cohen, financial secretary; Mrs.
    Seymour Kaplan, treasurer; Mrs
    John Strunin, associate treasurer;
    Mrs Theodore Lomaskin, parlia-
    mentarian; Mrs Murray Daoks,
    advisor.
    Board of Directors are Mes-
    dames D.vid Alterman. II o w a rd
    Berger, Harold Berke, Leo Bra
    verman, Maurice Daum, Walter
    Palk, Meyer Forer. Jack Greene,
    Ben Hani-. Benjamin Kainen.
    Maurice Kellner. Murray Marcus,
    J< seph Milton. David PameS, Ar-
    thur Pekelner, Morris Rabin witz,
    i-i' Ram, Marvin Rosenberg,
    Louis Schwartzman, Norman
    Sholk, Max R. Silver. Gerald Soltz,
    Nathan Spiegelman, Gabriel stern,
    Harrj Tavss
    Delegates to the congregation
    board are Mrs Max Handshu and
    Mrs Maurice Kellner.
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    New ORT Unit
    Installs Officers
    Mrs. Sol Feldman was installed
    on Tuesday as first president of the
    newly-chartered Atlantic Shore
    Chapter, Women's American ORT.
    Luncheon at the Deauville Hotel
    Included a ceremony making the
    group the 18th chapter of the South-
    eastern Florida Region.
    Mrs Jacob Classman was spon-
    sor ft.- the new organization, and
    Mrs. Florence Kupperm.in. region
    president, conducted the installa-
    tion.
    Other officers include Mrs.
    George Rand. Mrs. Seymour Ru-
    bin. Mrs ll> Rotenberg. Mrs Her-
    bert Alpert. vice presidents; Mrs.
    David Miller. Mrs Harry Teplitz,
    Mrs. Martin Lodge. Mrs. Charles
    Steingold, secretaries; Mrs. Abo
    Rosen, treasurer; Mrs Michael
    Matson, parliamentarian.
    Academy Class
    To Get Proceeds
    From Israel Film
    "They Were Ten." the saga "t
    Israels early development and Is-
    rael's first full length feature film,
    will be shown in the Hebrew Acad-
    emy on June 1 at 8:30 p.m.
    The showing is being sponsored
    by the Hebrew Academy Men's
    organization, PTA and Hebrew
    Academy W< men
    Proceeds will go toward the 9th
    grade graduating class annual trip
    to Washington, D C,
    The 9th graders will leave June
    ! 13 by train, ariving in Washing-
    ton on Monday morning, where
    they will begin touring the capital.
    Accompanying the class will be
    members of the faculty and Rabbi
    Alexander s. Cross, principal.
    Mrs Irving Firtel. chairman of
    the evening, announced that tic-
    kets may be obtained by calling
    the Academy.
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    by Mr- William Adelman, pre-;
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    ine Lazarus, vice presid nt, Doro-
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    On Saturday evening, the
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    Mrs Maurey L. Ashmann has
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    committee, named by president.
    Mrs. Kdward Melinker. to conduct
    a pledge program for endow-
    ments to Variety Children's Hospi-
    tal.
    Donors who give $500 or more
    will have their names inscribed on
    the has relief "Wall of Faith" mu-
    ral designed and caned by noted
    sculptor. Michael Piuggj
    "We have set a goal of 500 mem.
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    Guest speaker was William c
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    Hoover.
    Sullivan discussed "Religion and
    Communism "
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    Mrs. Murray Dacks (right), president of Beth David Sisterhood,
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    Mrs. Soltz Heads Tour to Israel
    Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, recently
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    At the recent regional confer
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    Hebreu University Medical Center
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    siee> >'- Shocking pink chiffon
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    Chalk white .nid tm-
    . caviar beads trimmed her
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    Mi Larry Singer's apricot-
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    had Ihe double-breasted jacket
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    I he v j i ol Rabbi Herbert
    Baumgard was in a two-piece dot
    celaiti blue and silver lame sheath
    skit t an I waist skimming ovei
    i,i. use 1 ties and shades of blues
    were in the floral print chiffon
    , hosen bj Mrs. Bernard Ste-
    vens A black and gold lame jac-
    ket topped the black crepe i
    worn bj Mrs Ra> Pels Orange
    and goU blended In the chiffon
    print worn bj Mrs. William Kin
    horn Matching colored sequins
    w r e scattered on her bo lit e
    Mrs William Rafkind was in a
    calusa coral chiffon with a tiered
    skirt
    MRS. Ira Mogul topped her
    floral printed moygashel lin-
    en evening -kin with a gold lin-
    en overblouse. Black silk with
    the cartridge pleated skin was
    the choice i1 Mrs. Monnx
    erman Mrs Marvin Rauzii
    in a wh 11 a hm. p i ,
    v ,''i the Capelette-styli I
    featuring a deep yolk ai
    tied pi rtrail neckline
    A beige silk cocktail i
    m a- i hosen by Mrs Ada
    Satin-lined bugle bead- wen
    broldered on her bodice Mr*
    Max Shapiro -elected a I
    alpaca sheath with a m
    portrait neckline far this f<
    evening oi dining and dam
    TEMPLE Israel ol Greater Mi-
    ami held ii- installation din
    er d ince mda> e\ ening at the
    Duporri Plaza Hotel Dr Joseph
    I, Narol was honored on In- 25th
    anniversary in t h e rabbinate^
    \li-s Narol ihse a white Bavari-
    an lace gown for this special
    iceasion Her -traole-- bodice
    ,.i- trimmed with tiers of black
    pleated silk I I -an/... an.I her
    black stole was also in the pleat
    ed organza
    Installed a- president of the
    ongregation was Sam Luby, Sr.
    Mrs Luby "as in an Ice pink
    ilk ottoman formal with a match-
    ing fitted jacket. The bodice of
    her gown was In crystal beaded
    chiffon Mrs Sam Lubj Jr., se-
    lected a silk chiffon in a French
    ;>nnt oi black, brown, and white
    Her gown had a jewel neckline
    Mrs. Bernard Stevens at the
    oiano entertains quests at
    Temple Israel dinner Sun-
    day with her original sonqs,
    ncluding one about Rabbi
    oseph R. Narot, honored on
    nis 25th anniversary in the
    abbmate.
    ami matching stole, Chairman i
    Ihe ( verting. Mrs. Leopold L
    S -iiuartz, was in a jeweled unite
    gown,
    *
    IlJRS. Jerome Kado silk Per-
    " sian print gewn was in out-
    i e greens and deep purple
    Matching colored sequins de-
    tailed the striking p rlnl Her
    daughter. Mrs. Barbara Had ?,
    selected a sand colored alencon
    lace sheath with a pleated satin
    bodice. Her dress was embroid
    ered with seed pearls. A black
    pean de soie sheath with floral
    sprays in black sequins and jet
    beads was worn by Mrs Jane
    Garrett, Mrs George Graham's
    silk crepe gown featured multi-
    colored s p r i n g flowers w i t h
    matching colored sequins for
    highlights Mrs. Robert Shapiro
    chose beige brocade with a ba-
    teau neckline
    \\ lute silk crepe ith one shoul-
    der bared was the choice ol Mrs.
    Mi ins E Greene \ draped bow
    and full-length panniers were on
    ther -h older The Cantor's
    wife, Mrs Jacob Bornstein, made
    Uii Dior blue satin gown she
    i [er neckline w as in a decol
    leti V, and a white silk organdy
    stole completed her ensemble.
    Mr- Arnold Rosen's chiffon tea
    tured jeweled tone florals on a
    sea ol black sequins A sleeveless
    embroidered eye'.ette sheath with
    a bateau neckline, and an ava
    cado green silk organza stole
    were worn by Mrs Nat Straus.
    Mr. Carrie Rosen was In a flor-
    al print theatre ensemble. Black
    silk with a fringed skirt and dec-
    ollete neckline was the choice of
    Mrs Herbert Kubcnstcin.
    lylRS. Ben Eaten wore black
    " chiffon with the traditional
    full softness in the skirl and fem-
    inine rouchiag at the bodice and
    hemline White chantilly lace
    over ice pink pean de sole was
    worn by Mrs Joseph Garfield
    Mrs. Lawrence Adler's black
    crepe sheath was set off with
    jet crystal tear drops on the
    New officers of Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
    are seated (left to right1 Mesdames Al Solo,
    recording secretary Al Levenson, past pres-
    ident; Murray Rosenberg, incoming president;
    William Seidman. treasurer. Standing (left to
    riqht1 are Mesdames Philip Zelman. projects
    vice president; E!i King, youth vice president;
    Chick Goodman, membeiship vice presdei
    Gerald Schwartz, ways and means vice pic
    ident; and Melvin Shifke, corresponding so. i
    tarv. Not shown are Mesdames Emery Gree ,
    cultural vice president; and Max Form
    nancial secretary.
    Or Olom Women 'Meet' Officers In Musical Skit
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    JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6. 1965
    3 ycor olds through 9 year olds from 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
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    ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES
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    Coll Templf Mtnorah School Office, UN 6 2156 for details and brochure.
    Sisterhood of Temple Or olom In-
    troduced its new Executive Hoard
    or 1965-1968 at a general mem
    bertbip meeting this week
    The incoming slate of officers ap
    peared in an original musical skit,
    written and directed by program
    chairman Mrs Lawrence Wulkin,
    entitled "Ladies be Seated "
    Slate of ofticers are president.
    Mrs Murray Rosenberg; cultural
    vice president. Mrs. Emery Green;
    membership vice president. Mrs
    Chick Cioodman; projects vice
    president. Mrs Philip Zelman
    ways and means vice president
    Mr- Gerald Schwarti; youth vice
    president. Mrs. Kli Kine. COT
    responding secretary, Mrs Melvin
    Shifke; financial secretary, Mrs
    Max Korman. recording secretary
    Mrs. Al Solo; treasurer Mrs Wil
    liam Seidman.
    Working board for 196566 in
    dudes Mesdames Leo Weinstcin.
    Ralph Fistel, Frank Parker, Wal
    ter Seidler. Lawrence W'ulkan.
    Sam Birnbaum. Richard Rehren.
    Lawrence Kaplan. Bert Reinhardt.
    Maurice Zuckerman. Sidne> Sil
    vermin, Hebert Seltman. Leon
    DarUnv. Bud Singer. Gerald Abra
    IDOWitZ, Lester Glaser, Murray
    Kayo. Wallace Lazarus, Joe Bed
    stone. .Ionian Matlin
    Musical accompaniment was dent, and Rabbi Samuel \.
    provided bj Mrs Herald Robin spiritual leader of the ><
    Mis ai Levenson is past presi tion
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    BASEBALL. ETC.
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    of the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Here Boy
    and Curl Teen-Agers are gi\en an ideal
    opportunity through professional instruc-
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    aptitudes and talents, t lecttvc courses include
    Golf (at the new I'GA National Club with
    2 18-holc courses). Tennis, Sailing. Aquatic
    Sports. Baseball. Football, Dramatics, Pho-
    tographs. Arts & (rafts. Body Conditioning.
    Weight Adjustment, Charm School for Girls
    with classes in Modeling. Beauty Culture.
    Social Graces, etc. Manliness School for
    Boss. Special tutoring with accredited sum-
    mer school courses available. Facilities include
    1000 ft. of private beach. Cabana Club with
    2 pools. Tennis Club. (ismnasium with ther-
    aputic baths, complete theatre, air-condi-
    tioned accommodation. For details, write
    Roj Johnston. Director. Colonnades Beach
    Camp for leen-\geis. Calm Beach Shore,
    I lorida or wall Palm Beach 844-5221.
    UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP Of
    RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRVIN MONTGOMERY
    Director AtJSlefie Director
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL
    Member of
    Internmlional
    Gan Isratl Camps
    CAMP GAN ISRAEL
    4455 N. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
    Ph. JE 1-7919, JE 2-5694
    IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL 0CALA NATIONAL FOREST
    uiMcta *nr> m Doily Wo,-r **'"* ond (io,t^ack "idio*-
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    wmri
    1451 N. BAl SHORE
    DRIVE, MIAMI.
    OO PHONI
    FR 1-7858
    FR 9-8601
    Directors Founders
    Theodore R. Strt.hl, M.I
    frankie and Ben Miller
    Major Leonard Wollman
    Robort Wollman


    fnday. May 21. 1965
    -Jenlst FtcrMlan
    Page 11-B
    Temple Emanu El Installs Officers
    For Brotherhood, Sisterhood and PTA
    , installation sen ice hon-
    ng officers and direcl
    hood, Brothi rhood .inn
    ,,.,. Association ol
    anu El < held Maj
    i i" Joseph M. Up-
    ,111
    , ms Lchrman inducted the
    i.iii-
    officers, led by m -
    . Shapiro, reelectod pres
    ,i, Irving l.' mi man, hon-
    sident; vice presi
    .,,,,,. Max Diniaman, Mrs
    an \i i Jacob K.i/
    Raymond Mal-< 'iik.
    . Mi- Sam Wio-on. Mrs
    igarten; secretaries,
    Hauser, Mrs II e n r j
    ,lr- K ra n k Schneider,
    \;-, Michael Sossin, Mrs Ken
    ne;j, sok lsk> historian, Mi -
    i lines: chaplain, Mrs Al
    i igan
    , i board Mesdames .1"
    ,,ii \ low Leonard Abramson,
    Sc> mour Alterman \i
    \; ......ium, Louis Baron, Max
    Uica Backer, William
    Leo Berman, Milton K
    Vlax Bodonnan, Marrj
    ,;- it II II I 111. JttlCS P
    ii.iix it Cohen, Irving
    ..... Cjpan, J ;i c k .1
    Feller, George Feuer,
    Jack Foa Robert I.
    -iniucl \ Kncdl.iiid. Mau
    Hi n / i (i n diiiNb.il -.
    i: i eonard Glickman,
    Oc rgi Goldberg,
    Jen ne Goodman,
    nan, Ra) m nd Good
    taodei Gordon
    mes William II Gor'
    Gors n Ali' Green,
    Utna Wolfe Hirsch-
    \1> run l\ ler, Har-
    an, Saul Kaplan. Sher-
    plan, Pi rry Kaye, Theo
    Harrj Koretik) Mui
    tzk> \l ris Krovet; l
    - i. rold 1. \ ej. Reu
    : -( ; 'i \! I ipton -
    [sadore Lorfeer. Milton
    Luby, .' i Murry
    yer B Marks, Herman
    R Mechlowitz. Men-. Milstonc,
    Myron Mitnick, A J. Molask)
    EJmil M irton Philip Neuv irth, Ed
    ward \'i-v man. Isidor New man. u
    I'iMt Ossip, J ilius .i Perlmuttei
    Paul Plot km, Paul Pollak, Jack S
    Pi pick. II ,i r r > Protzel, Leon i
    Richelson, Harrj <; Rogers, Joseph
    M Rose, Natl an Rose, Harrj Ro
    -fiihla i. Moses ll Ri senhouae
    Seymour Rubin, Simon E. Rubin,
    Bernard Silvcrman, Jack Silver
    man. Sol Silvcrman, Charles Si
    ii.mi. Milton Sirkin, Martin Smith,
    Milton Smith, Alfred Stone, Theo-
    dore R Struhl, Tobias Sussman,
    Nelan Sweet, Israel Teitch. Philip
    "Hiau. 1. ouard Tobilt, Tb bms
    Treat, liarold M Uuger. Theodore
    Zaltes
    liarold i Scual i> president "i
    Brotherhi id Serving with him
    are vice presidents, Roben S. Be
    /..ik Ben Cypen. Albert Ossip, Os
    i ..i i Rusenstrauw h. Samuel L.
    Si Itzer, Herbert s Shapiro; secre-
    taries, Alan II Rothstein, Col, Mil-
    ton R Blum treasurer, Charles
    K scnl.l.ii!. financial secretary,
    Samuel K.ii/. chaplain. Murry K"
    h /k\
    Board
    of Directors are Joseph
    Leonard Abramson, Dr
    Seymour Alterman, Stanlsj Apte,
    Judge in,I Barad. Andre S Bial
    olenki Jack Birnbaum, Ma\ Bo
    unian lei ben Buohw aid, Ah in
    S i 'a\ n, Jules P < banning Judgi
    M< yer hcrkas, Ji soph Cohen Ted
    ( ii -n. William Cope Ian, Judgi
    livin ( ypen, Moi ris Dubler, Leon
    \ Epstein, Hal > Erlanger, Ju Igc
    m F -Her, Irving Firtel, Noah
    Fleiaher, Roberl Ii Frank, Norman
    ( uler, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Allen
    Goldberg George Goldberg. Hai
    \, \ S Golds ein Sol Goldstein,
    Hon Alexander Gordon, Ira Hader,
    Sam J ll ilpt i in. Elliott Harris,
    Petei F Heller, !>: Sherman R
    Kaplan. Hylan II Kout, Mm- Km
    ash, llri in. n L -i k s. VUred L>-\ i
    1i.ii rj \ I pvj .! -'!>"' M Upton
    Sam LuJ : Mum M dsi Dr
    Herman n Mechkraritz, Raymond
    Mufson lius Nachi tan, Dr l> i
    vid Nathan, Earl Pertnoy, Sidnej
    Registrations Now Being Accepted
    Temple Emanu-El
    DAY CAMP
    vV IN ITS EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE VEAR
    June 14 to August 6
    FREE BUS
    Under (he Personal Guidance
    cf OB. IRVIHG LIHRMAN
    and Direction of
    MILTON HINSTIIN
    History Instructor
    Miami Beech Senior High ichoo
    SERVICE
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    LIMITED
    FOR BROCHURE
    Call JE 8-2503
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    1701 Washington Ave.
    Miami Beach, Fla.
    ATHLETICS ond SWIMMING
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    FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS
    DRAMATICS-SINGING
    and DANCING
    WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE

    You Are Cordially Invited to Attend
    SKY LAKE CAMPS
    Pre-Camp Gel Together
    at the Deauville Hotel Cavalier Room
    6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
    SUNDAY, MAY 23*ti, 1965 2 to 4 P.M.
    ' Will Afford Old and New Campers 'he Opportunity of
    Getting acquainted Friends Are Invited
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE
    SKY LAKE CAMPS
    P.O. BOX 3355, MIAMI, FLORIDA
    TEL. DAOE 034-0692 BROWARD 989-2137
    '*'**..... itfmuM*ui-anji---*r" WMX......""'
    Harold Segal
    Mrs. Brooks
    Mrs. Shapiro
    Ra) mond, Simon E Rubin, David
    Samelson, Irving Schatannn. Frank
    Schneider, Jack Silverman Milton
    Sirkin. Michael Sossin, Louis >(><
    lor, Fred stem. Charles Strclser,
    Mivhael Tames, George .1 Talian-
    "it. Oscar I Tobey, Curies Wein-
    barg, L)r Milton Wrinkle. Nal
    Welt. Marshall Wokper. Martin
    Woolin, Charles Yavers, Al Zablo,
    Leonard Ziibert.
    PTA offici s are Mrs, liarold
    Brooks, president; Mrs Irviny
    Lchrman, honorar; vice president;
    Ira llader, Mrs, Hubert Hart. Mrs
    Alan 11 Rothsttin, Mrs. Howard A,
    (miner and Sirs, Raymond Mut-
    ton, vice president-. Mrs. .lack
    Birnbaum, treasurer; Mrs Marvin
    Sitckner, Mrs. Jaj Kushner, Mrs
    Gerald Miller. Mrs Ah in S Cawn,
    seen tai ies; Mi Stuai I Goldman,
    historian
    PTA board are Me xiami .!<>-
    sepii Lbelow, Cecile Adler, Zvi Ad-
    ler Ronald \"r Seymour Alter-
    man, Donald Arthur, Leo Brand-
    Flamingo Towers
    Ready Aug. 1
    Flamingo Towers condominium
    npartments, 1100 Alt >n Rd., will
    be read} for oecupancj on Aug. l.
    according to Jerry Gindin. pies
    of Everglades Development
    i orporation, builder ol the project.
    Original!) anno.meed a> open
    ing later in the year, occupancy
    been moved t an earlier date
    use oi demand l>> | rospi ctive
    I uyers to move in when their leas-
    es expire this summer, accord-
    ing ii> Gindin
    "Fortunatoly, construction has
    run well ahead of schedule,"
    Gindin stated, "because we elim-
    inated wasted effort by using
    only top-flight craftsmen and
    materials."
    opening ol the model
    mem last weekend was attended
    and eight apat I
    ts were sold the first daj
    Rea< Lion was i verv hel linj
    Gin 11.". asserted, "the v isitors all
    told us how impressed thej were
    i ihe .elded touches ( t luxur>
    they haven'l seen in the South
    Beach area before.
    Flamingo Towers features
    three different one bedroom lay-
    outs priced from S14.250 with es-
    timated monthly maintenance
    of S37 including taxes, insurance
    ar.d ground maintenance.
    l-i .1 Iditiot to individ all} con
    tiolled c< ntral air >": ''"'
    rchase price includes such ap
    pliances as c! ithes washer-dryer in
    each aparUt enl. buill in o\en and
    range and n cu ft refri erati r
    liee/er.
    eis, I'hdip Brooks, Charles .1 Cour-
    shen. Irving Cowan, Leon \ Ep
    stem. Milton Feller, Ronald Fine,
    i; ben H Frank, Joseph ll Gam
    Norman Ciller, Peter Goldring, Wil-
    liam n cordon. :;,ii Greeaberg.
    Benjamin Greene, BUlotl Harris.
    Murr} Koretzky, Alfred Levi, Reuh.
    en Levin, Oscar Levine, Sam Luby,
    Jr.. David I! May. C. Samuel Ma
    aer, Isaac Mu.ra.hi
    Also, V- e S d a m e s L e o Paul
    I a ek Pi n eu S, Pa 111 PI O t-
    kin. Burton Radoff, Anne Reiff,
    Claries Rosenblatt, Lloyd Rothen-
    berg, SeyMur Rubin, Joseph A
    Rubinstein, Herbert s Shapiro,
    Stuart L. Simon. Sheldon Spector.
    Karl Stone. Chester Weiner. Raph-
    ael K Vunes, Herb, rt Zemel.
    Brandeis Women
    Slate Banquet
    Saturday Evening
    William A, Tayl r, exect live i
    i. et'.i of \ ariet) Chil in n ll"-:
    !..l. will be principal speakei \
    the annual installation banquet
    Li ..- Bi. di '.n mien ol Miai
    la lull to lie held Saturda\ 7 p.n
    ai Wotkinen Circle, 25 Washin
    ton Ave.
    Ium
    a
    Brandeis unit has raise
    to help the hospital meet its
    nual deh, it i i 8700.000 given
    tree niedu al < are I indigent p
    tients.
    JWVA Annual
    Club Affair
    llancin and a shOM will be i
    eluded in Wesl Miami Ladic
    Auxiliary 223 Jewish War Vet<
    . i.s annual nite club affair Sa
    in day. 9 p.m. in the iurgUU
    Koom (if the Carillon Hotel
    Resen ations ma} be made w >
    i uairman, Mi Kuth Shapu i
    Mrs .1 Achtman, president
    CAMP SIMCHA
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    of Entire dealer Miami Aiea
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    Friday. May 21, 1965
    4at** Mfe Mto 4HM> *aaW z> ^fc* '^~* *BW *nW* ** ** ^P
    Graduation exercises for the students of Temple Emanu-El's
    Religious School will take place this Friday eveninq at 8:30
    p.m. Bottom row (left to right) are Marlene Rackei, Judith Fein-
    stein, Jennifer Rand, Peggy Reiff, Linda Lindenberq, Sherry
    Gertler, Judy Abelow, Eileen Kaplan, Corinne Feinstein, and
    Sari Teichman. Center row (left to right) are Spencer Gordon,
    Ralph Mizrahi. Mrs. Haviva Zour, teacher, Mrs. Aliza Bren-
    ner, teacher, Morris Tarasow, education director, Dr. Irving
    Lehrman, spiritual leader, Mrs. Dvora Bushinsky, teacher,
    Mrs. Fay Feinstein, teacher, Marc Ivler and Kenneth Boyar-
    sky. Top row (left to ricrb.0 are Gary Monroe, Judd Copland,
    Alan Zangen, Alex Gimelstein, Scott Kasdin, Abraham Mans-
    dori. Fredric Weitz, Steven Freedland, Glenn Mazor, Aviel
    Malki, Norman Plotkin, Wally Friedopfer and Gary Kollin. Not
    shown are James Goldstein, Randolph Kout and Randy
    Levine.
    Candidates Continue Beach Race
    Candidates in the June 1 election for Miami Beach City Council
    and the post of mayor continued this week to offer their platforms
    to Beach voters and to urge their support.
    Elliott Roosevelt
    "Many veteran political ohserv
    ers were surprised when Elliott
    Roosevelt drew more than 3.000
    persons to his formal campaign
    kickoff appearance." his support-
    ers declared this week.
    Longtime Miami Beach poli
    tician, councilman and former
    Mayor D. Lee Powell was among
    the large audience as Roosevelt
    outlined his platform in his bid
    for the Mayor's office." they
    noted.
    Roosevelt promised to 'restore
    harmony and dignity to city coun-
    cil meetings and to provide lead
    ership to achieve a new national
    and international image for this
    wonderful community."
    The son of the late President
    Franklin D. Roosevelt also said he
    would use his national affiliation
    as Democratic National Commit
    teeman from Florida "to try and
    bring both Democratic and Repub
    lican Conventions in 1968 to the
    Beacli."
    Roosevelt also said he would
    "work a* mayor for light, clean
    industry in Miami Beach, and to
    brin_ more year-round residents
    to tii- city."
    * *
    Paul Seiderman
    Miami Beach City Council can
    didate Paul Seiderman has pro-
    a el ange in the city charter
    to til terms for council mem-
    bers and mayor on the Beach.
    an's plan would limit
    incilmen to two terms
    r years, and the mayor
    be limited tn four terms ol
    . irs "
    "Limitation ol the tenure of of-
    fice would iir ,i death blou to poli
    tical favoritism and machine poli-
    tics," sanl Seiderman, a resident
    of the Beach since 1948.
    "This will encourage more
    d non politicians to run. it
    would enable them to get back to
    their private affairs after eight
    yean, the Group Three candidate
    added.
    "Furthermore, of major import-
    ance to our city, it will put a stop
    to the permanent officeholder who
    builds up power by a system of
    entangling alliances and political
    obligations for favors." according
    k> the former assistant district at-
    torne> of Brooklyn.
    Seiderman, chairman of the
    Beach Personnel Board and long-
    term B'nai B'rith member, was
    among leaders in the 1963 fight
    to abolish the Bench tax increase.
    Seiderman is a national com-
    missioner of the Anti-Defamation
    League, chairman of the Board of
    Trustees of the Florida Regional
    Board of Anti-Defamation League,
    past chairman of the Regional
    Board of the Florida ADL, mem-
    ber of the Southeastern Governing
    Board of B nai B'nth and trustee
    of Miami Beach I-odge.
    a a
    Aaron Farr
    "Aaron Farr's successful can-
    didacy in the Miami Beach City
    Council race could mark the first
    time a tourism specialist, involved
    in the city's basic industry, will
    serve at City Hall." his Mipporters
    declared this week.
    "At no time in the past has
    Miami Beach had a councilman
    who is a professional in the tour
    ist business." said Edward J. Mel-
    niker. Farr's campaign manager
    in his race in Group Two. Farr,
    who heads Farr Tours, has been
    in the travel business for over 30
    years. He is also first vice presi-
    dent of the Miami Beach Chamber
    of Commerce.
    "We have many capable tourist-
    minded people working for the
    city." said Melniker. "However, in
    the past their efforts have been
    hampered by a lack of Insight on
    the part of some members of the
    Council. Farr's election to the
    Council would provide Miami
    Beach with an active and vigorous
    champion in the area oi tourism
    development, thus furthl ring the
    efforts of those who toil i ndli &slj
    on promoting America's favorite
    playground,
    "In addition to Fair- back
    round in t iirism," continued
    Melniker. "his 41-year residency
    in the city of Miami L ach has
    provided him with first 1 and
    knowledge of its govemmi ital
    economic and political stricture,
    enabUng him to exert as much
    energy on other areas of import-
    ance such as public recreation fa-
    cilities, municipal improvements,
    and better police and fire protec-
    tion."

    Milton Sirfcin
    Milton Sirkin. Miami Beach
    civic leader, is stepping up his
    campaigning for City Council,
    Group One.
    Sirkin, who is active in many
    organizations during his 27 years
    as a Beach resident, has been
    i stressing that the "welfare of our
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    working around the clock. I want
    the public to have all the facts be-
    fore they go to the polls."
    Two community leaders have
    joined the staff of the Sirkin camp-
    aign They are Mrs. Manny Green
    berg and Mrs. Max Affachiner.
    who is active in Hadassah circles.
    Sirkin has called "for better co-
    operation with Metro so Miami
    Beach will receive a much larger
    return than it now receives lor
    the taxes paid."
    In addition. Sirkin wants "more
    crosswalks in long blocks, brighter
    street lights, right of way for pe-
    destrian over motor vehicles in
    certain areas and, in general, bet-
    ter safety measures tor the pro-
    tection of residents, especially the
    senior citizens.'"
    e e
    Bernard Frank
    Support for J u d g e2 Bernard
    Frank's campaign for councilman
    in Group Three in the June 1 elec-
    tion on Miami Beach gained furth-
    er momentum with the announce
    nient of endorsements by three di-
    vcrsilied groups.
    Phil Sahl. chairman of the Presi-
    dents Council of the Citizens Clubs
    Of Miami Beach, announced that
    the organization ol 11 senior citi-
    zens groups, representing a non
    duplicating membership of 3.450.
    has endorsed Vice Mayor Prank.
    "It is our feeling that his past
    record in matters affecting senior
    citizens and his understand.n
    their problems strongly merit our
    support," Sahl .-aid.
    In addition. Judge Frank re-
    ceived the backing of Miai
    Beach Local 250 of the Hotel and
    Restaurant \v< rkers Union.
    At a campaign workers' break
    fast, it was announced that Frank
    has also been endorsed bj the
    Miami Beach Apartment House
    Owners Association.
    Melvin J. Richard
    Campaign Committee for the re
    election of Melvin J. Richard as
    Mayor of Miami Beach was an-
    nounced, with Murray Sonnet and
    Manny GokLstricfa assuming the
    roles of co-managers.
    Sonnett. long-time Beach civic
    leader and president of the North
    Shore Optimists' Club, is also on
    the Board of Governors of Foot-
    lighters.
    Goldstrich has been a civic lead-
    er for more than 20 years, and is
    past governor of the Optimist
    Clubs of Florida
    Chairman of the Central Beach
    area is Harry Strull. treasurer of
    Foothghters, and a member of the
    Knights of Pythias for 42 years.
    Chairman of the South Beach
    area is Al Nason. president of the
    Civic League of Miami Beach.
    Chairman of the North Short-
    area is Jay Jacobi. well known for
    his 15 years' activity in boys'
    work, and boyswork chairman of
    the North Shore Optimist club.
    Charlie Mouyos has been named
    Financial chairman; Joseph Good-
    man, chairman of Porte Towers
    Committee; and Stanlej Richard,
    chairman of the Lawyers Commit-
    tee. The brother of the Mayor is
    past president of the Miami Beach
    Bar Association, chairman of the
    Legal Institutes Committee of
    Real Property Probate and Trust
    Section of the Florida Bar. former
    chairman of the board of the
    Heart Institute of Greater Miami
    and a member of the board of the
    Florida Heart Association.
    Civic and social leaders. Mrs
    Mickey Sonnett and Mrs. Miriam
    Jacobi. have been named co-mana-
    gers of the Women's Committee.
    *
    Malvin Englander
    Judge Lawrence K Hoffman has
    accepted the position of campaign
    chairman for Councilman Malvin
    Englander in his bid for reelec-
    tion in Group 2 on Miami Beach
    Judge Hoflman. a former mun
    icipal court judge, is past state
    commander of the American Le-
    gion, past exalted ruler of the
    F.Iks, past president of the 1'resi
    dents' Council of Miami Beach and
    treasurer of the Miami Beach Bai
    Association.
    He is a member of the Miami
    Beach Lions Club. Hibiscus Mai
    onic Lodge, Mahi Shrine, secret
    ary of the Metro Board of Health
    Advisory Committee and vice
    chairman of the Miami Beach Con
    vention Advisor) Committee
    Also appointed to a high camp
    Sign DOSl this week was .\| Sher
    man. who twice served .1- camp
    aign tnana [er for Kenneth 1
    two successful mayoralt) camp
    aigns.
    Sherman, business, civic and
    religious leader, will be North
    Shore District co-chairman.
    Joseph Malek
    Miami B< ach Attorney Joe M.
    Tuesday was notified o4 hit elec-
    tion as a national delegate of the
    American Guild of Variety Artists.
    Malek, who la a i"> yt."' member
    and chairman of the bond of the
    theatrical union local, will rep-
    resent the Miami Beach branch at
    its annual convention to Ik- held
    in Toronto next month. A candi-
    date for the Miami Beach City
    Council. Malek is a concert artist
    as well as lawyer.
    "This honor conferred on me by
    AGVA will give me a chance to
    launch a move to bring a future
    convention "f this organization to
    Miami Beach." Malek 1 a i d. "1
    think a man \ith a union a.s well
    as professional background is
    needed in our city where the per-
    forming field and places of enter-
    tainment are such an important
    part of the economy."
    Malek is also a member of the
    Footlighten Club ami a director of
    the Miami Beach Music and Arts
    League.
    An added endotsement of Mal-
    ek's City Council candidacy was
    announced by the South Shore
    Citizens Club. President Lou Shal-
    kin and Vice President Max Gold-
    ragen revealed the endorsement of
    Malek. "Added facilities for South
    Shore residents and expanded ser-
    \ iees at the South Shore Medical
    Clinic" are key planks on Malek s
    platform.
    a a
    Hyman Galbut
    Councilman Hyman GoJbut con-
    tinued his campaign for re-elec-
    tion with the- theme of "continued
    progress with prosperity"
    Speaking before coffees, break-
    fasts, and rallies. Councilman Gal-
    but pointed "to the last Cwx> years
    while on the City Council and the
    record season and unprecedented
    prosperity."
    Galbut declared: "I'm working
    1 ersonally to continue the achieve*
    ment and progress. I've gone out
    personally to inspect sites for a
    Senior Citizen Center in the North
    Shore Section of Miami Beach.
    I've appeared before the County
    'Commission in an effort to expand
    the services of me Medical Center
    on 8th St., and I've had correspond-
    ence with Senators Holland and
    Smather- and Congressmen Fas-
    and l'i pper on this uune mat-
    ter," Galbut added.
    I ouncilman < lalbul h is !>< n a
    Miami B sident since the
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    Robert Smith
    . ; dea will be the site of
    tzvah of Robert Smith
    I May -- ...
    :,-. l-hyllis Smith, Rob
    , a,nth grade at Ponce
    junior High. He is an
    ,.,- and builds model
    [ ns t>> continue his Re-
    [ education,
    L- smith will boat the Kiddu.-h
    ..,, rviceJ in honor of her
    Harold Stirling
    ., n (ll Mr Ji tfrey Ster-
    NE 179th Dr., will oh
    t Mit/vah at !S'th Tor-
    [ion on Saturday, Hay
    i
    r
    I
    ' receive a Bible from
    , Kahaner Siaterhood to
    , asi n He la student
    Kenned) Junior Huh
    Franklin Horwiti
    i,on will honor Franklin
    |. mple \ i Tamid t<>l
    . Bar Mitzvah there on
    May 22.
    is tlu- son : Dr and
    , ji pv n/. 1510 Mil hi
    attends Sautilue Jun
    : Temple Ner Tamid
    hool
    is president of
    i n's Club
    I Sue Weintraub
    be Bas
    Dai id < i
    >1
    \i
    - res
    F.\
    she has
    David R
    .
    in isic, plays
    mis.
    ,\ ntraub "ill be
    Kiddi h in Hall
    . rvice Idition to
    ption al their home
    n of the event.
    i
    Loois Lippman
    M uvah ot Louis Lippman
    lv take i lace on Saturday, Maj
    |. i. nple Or Olom
    Mitzvah i- the son of
    I Mrs Henry Lippman and
    I seventh grade at Rodcway
    I High School He is mterest-
    I coin-collecting, sports and
    T ii" la an accomplished ac-
    rust
    ol town guetts will Include
    -andfather, Sam Siskin, of
    Tienton, N J and grandmother,
    Mrs. Hose Lippman, of New York.
    Reception in his honor will be held
    Saturday evening at the Temple.
    Richard Browdy
    Richard, son of Mr and Mrs.
    Howard Browdy, 1020 NE 178th
    Ter.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
    on Saturday morning, May 22, at
    Beth Torah Congregation.
    Richard will receive a Bible
    from the Beth Torah M tUie Ka-
    lianer Sisterhood to mark the oc-
    i asion
    a student at John F. Kennedy
    Junior High School, he has been on
    the Principal's Li-t sinee>ntering
    there
    Among guests attending the
    evi ii will be his paternal grand-
    moth r, Mrs Lillian Browdy "i
    Miami Beach; maternal grandpar-
    ents, Mr and Mrs Samuel Mei
    la,h. of Chicago; and Mr Robert
    Browd) and Mrs Harriet Arenson,
    also of Chicago.
    A. Howard Wittels
    Howard, son 1 Mr and Mrs
    Jerry Wittels will celebrate his
    Bar Mitzvah laj morning,
    Maj 22, al Jacob C (1 hen Com-
    munitj
    1- a seventh gi ade

    \ ives attendinj
    ithei Mrs.
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    : is. Mr

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    franklin Horwltt Robert Behor Robin Pifier louis lippman Robert Goldwasser Mitchell Paulson
    Steven friedland Robert Usher
    mi
    Howard Wittels Paula Weintraub Harvey Fisherman
    Joel is a seventh gr 1 le student
    at Glades Junior Huh and plays
    drum.- in the mho 1 band.
    Harvey Fisherman
    Kidd iwed the Bar Mitz-
    vah of Harvt 5 Hal Fisherman at
    pie Zamora on Saturday, May

    In the seventl at Shenan-
    ih Junior High, the ci
    - -ball
    11.1 stamp colle< I
    Mr and Mrs. < harles Fisher-
    man, 3640 >w 18th Ter h >n
    their son at a reception Saturday will bestow the blessings. Kiddush
    evening at the Deauvllle Hotel. will follow services.
    Steven Friedland
    During services Saturday morn-
    May 22, at ( ingre ;ation An-
    she Ernes, Steven Friedland;
    grandson ol Mr and Mrs Jack
    Horowitz, v ill be bar Bitzvah.
    ! : Sp ling, a friend of the
    family, will make an addn -- [ol
    1 >j klrs. Lillian 1 I man.
    Auxiliary,
    who a ill .'. .< pi 'sentation.
    K witz, pres
    Mitchel Paulson
    Bar "
    ..,.
    SI .was ices
    11 Satut lay. > 1 '
    ah Co lion
    A dent .,' J ihn
    F. Kenn ior H
    .,: lv h Torah R 'ligious
    ...I A former member of the
    \. rth Miami Beach Fire Depart-
    ment Little League, the celebrant
    is now a member of the Pony
    1.' ague.
    Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah
    are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lang
    Bar Mitzvah reception Saturday
    night was held at Junior's
    Robert Fishr
    Morning services at Temple
    Beth Sholom on Saturday, May 22,
    Will include the Bar Mitzvah of
    Ri bert R Fisher,
    Ri bert i> in the seventh grade
    at Nautili..- Junior High, where he
    Woman with Fine Background ls ., member f the Science club
    and plays clarinet in the band. H-
    1- a First Class Boy Scout in Troop
    81 and is a newspaper carrier.
    n of Mr and Mrs Morton M.
    Fisher, 9200 Carlyle Ave., the cele-
    brant will be honored at a lunch
    eon at the Temple following the
    11 remonj
    Left to right are Max R. Silver. Phillip Schiff. Lewis Sternshein
    greqation. Aionovilz, past president, presents a plaque to
    Schiff and Sternshein "for their dedicated service to the syna-
    gogue as past presidents." Not shown is Frank A. Rose, who
    received a plague "for his outstanding and unstinting loyalty
    and devotion to the congregation."
    Beth David Reelects Silver President;
    Former Leaders Cited for Their Service
    aki Viddnh. Hebrew. Germar
    an, looking for position at
    mion to woman or gentlf-
    "* Fa information
    Call 538-4541
    fi urn 9 to 12 N jon
    Organizational Secretary
    lining in Billing. Filing, typmg
    ril need m grncr.il office
    ..* Hebrew Yiddish
    s .in
    Phone 538 4541
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    Robin Pilier
    Ho bin. daughter of Mr and
    Louis Pilw r, 7815 Non mac
    u, will be Bas Mitzvah at Tem
    Menorah on Fridaj evening
    Maj
    i;. n i- a student in the relig-
    ious scho l and attends Nautilus
    jr High, where she is in U
    ! and the Apparatus Club She
    also studies modern jan with Bea
    ti ice 1.i\ erne.
    Reception in Robin's honor will
    .1,1 ,,i home following services.
    Out-of town 'ints include grand-
    ther Mrs Ku [usta Rubin oi Nor-
    folk. Va.

    Joel Court
    (in Saturdaj afti rnoon, M
    at Temple Zion, Bar Mitzvah ol
    Joel, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin
    Court, will ''<' observed
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    medication based on specialiied
    bluod and laboratory tests.
    JR. H. W. HAAG PI 7 721*
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    .ordained, college grod., univ. de-1
    ' grce, good speak.-r, versed in eery j
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    tional activities is intrestH in a I
    'challenging pulpit. Write: J.Z., C o|
    I Box 2973. Miami, Ha. 33101 .
    Max R. Silver was elected to
    serve as president for the see-on.!
    time at l!i-:li David Congregation.
    Elected to serve with him are:
    Vice presidents, Albert J. Beer,
    Max Jacobson, Manuel Lubel, Her-
    schel u. jenthal and Robert Trau-
    ii treasurer, Harry Simon-, as-
    sistant treasurer, Frank A. Rose;
    financial secretary, S e y m o u r
    Friend; recording secretary, Men
    dell Selig.
    Board of Directors for three year
    : mis are Harold Berke, Herbert
    I in an. Walter Falk, Dr. Law
    i rg, ii d g e Mitchell
    \ iraham Kasow, Aaron
    K; vitz I hi I re Lomaskin, Jo-
    .,;,!, \, Fred Ossip, Alex Phil
    lips, sidnej Pozen Samuel Puder,
    Morn- ; '/. Leslie Rach-
    line, Stanley Scher, Berl Sher,
    Norman Sholk, Seymour Some*"-
    stein, and Leonard Wolf.
    | Hoard, of Directors for two-year
    term- are Das. id Al erman, I '-
    Argintar, Sam Badanes, Maurice
    Daum, Dr Harry Horwich, Mrs
    Ben K izer, Robert Purisch, Henrj
    Ro en .irt< ii. Mr- Louis Seitlin,
    . Shaw, Nathan Spie-elman.
    ome Stern. Samuel Traurig,
    Murray Turet-ky. Philip Warshaw,
    William Warshaw, Sidney Weiner,
    I William Weiner. Jerome Wemkle
    and William Weintraub
    Board of Directors f< r one year
    terms are Charles Aiielman. Mor
    ris Atkins, Benjamin Beck, Michael
    Covin, Harrj Cypen, Nathan Da-
    lack Emm< r, Robert Felik,
    Herbert Frame, Maun..' Human.
    K lint r, Isadora Mayers.
    Samuel (M row sky. Joseph A. Ray.
    vis, Meyer Robbins, Frederick
    Scher, Lawrence Scherr, Stanley
    -i ieler, Charles '/.. Spingarn, and
    Edward Swerdlin.
    Board of Trustees are chairman.
    Samuel J. SpectOT, Sidney M Ar
    onovitz, Harry August, Murraj G
    i i hen, Judge Albert Dubbin, John
    Feller, Lotus Hi'.Mian Sam Her-
    man [sadore Herskowitz, Max Ja-
    cobson, Henry Kamen. Sidnej Lef-
    court, Harrj Markowitz, Stanley C.
    Myers, Phillip Schiff, Jacob Sher,
    Harrj Sim ns, Emanuel Smith.
    Julius Spector, Bernard A. Ster-
    I,, -a is s;i rnshein, N.it Zalka.
    ;. Schiff and Lewis Stern
    i n each Mere presented with a
    plaque for their dedicated service
    lo the synagogue in the enpacitj as
    past presidents,
    Robert Behar
    Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of
    Mr. and Mr>. Moises Behar will
    celebrate his Bar Vlitzvah on Sat-
    urday, Maj 22, al Temple Emanu-
    1:1
    i; berl attends seventh gra > .,t
    Junior High
    interested in
    are mat
    Mr an l Mrs R.....rto Behar, of
    - of

    Steven Marcus
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    ; i ilrs.

    ,:,'.
    . .i
    I West
    trim- in the s and is
    interested in rts
    Robert Goldwasser
    S
    22, al Temple Emanu El ill irtr
    elude the B i Mil n
    son of Mr and Mi Gerald G
    wasser.
    A seventh grade student at
    Nautilus Junior High, the cele-
    brant i- an outstanding athlete
    and Junior Olympic champion in
    the 50-yard dash.
    Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah
    are Mrs Samuel Sennet and Mr.
    and Mrs Alex Goldwasser.
    A reception in Robert's honor
    will be held on Saturday evening
    at the Seville Hotel.
    * *
    Jeffrey Rorhman
    On Saturday morning, May 22,
    at Temple Zion, Jeffrey, son of Mr.
    and Mrs Berahard Rothman, and
    grandson of Mr- Rebecca Roth-
    man, will be Bar Mitzvah.
    Jeffrey, a seventh grade student
    at West Miami Junior High, plays
    clarinet m the school band.
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    ItHisI FtcrldFfor
    Friday, May 21. 1965
    Incominq officers for 1965-1966 of the Greater Samuel Z. laffe. incoming treasurer; Allen
    Miami Rabbinical Association are (left to Rutchik, incominq secretory; and Haiold Gor-
    Mt Rabbis Solomon Schiff, executive vice don, executive vice president of New York
    resident; Herbert Baumaard, outqoinq presi- P.card of Rablvs. who was guest speaker at
    ierlt; Jonah E. Caplan. 'incoming piesident the installation meetinq of the association last
    Max A. Lipschitz, incoming vice president; week In Temple Beth Shclom.
    Rabbinical Association Installs Officers;
    4C0 Community Leaders Attend Forum
    \ n "i Great
    h< id its ii "st anni
    meeting las
    1 pli !' e : 1; SI
    -omc 100 persons attended, in
    iding laymen n
    ti the m .i i u i Jew ish organiza
    . nd sj nagogui through
    mmunitj
    R Narot. ol Temple
    as i .,!! hi the e>
    u as bj H ibl I Sanford
    s?ltzer director of t he Southeast
    ouneil. I'nion 11 American He-
    rev i ongregations
    Welcome was extended by
    Rabbi Leon Kronish, host rabbi.
    Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of
    Temple Beth Am, South Miami,
    offered the outgoing president's
    report.
    A trtb lo thi :, unii al \-
    i to its pa -t i resid
    J Hi .'
    sident ol the Gn Hi
    ,-i Jew i-!i Feder; I ion Past p
    dents were presented with plaques
    ol appreciation 1 In > in; i e R I
    t.1 -~ Simon April. 195 I I \ m .
    Lehrman, 55-56; U K
    57. Moi ris A Skop, 57 ii K
    Nan AH ed W ixmai 5 60; Mayer Abramowitz SMI Mor
    ton Malavsky 61-62; David 9ha
    piro <;?-;!: Solomon Schill 6344
    Herbert Baumgard, 64-65
    Rabbi Irving Lehman, o( Tem-
    ple Kmanu-F.l. oiler."I the re
    sporrse on behalf ol ..II past pres
    Is
    Mem .hi i" Di Jacob II
    K iplan ati al eritus ol
    Tempi) Israel, was given b> Can
    i i, Bornstein ol Tem
    pie Israel ol Gn lei Vliami
    In-tallation of the i ol
    \ ..- te I li;. Rabbi Hai
    II ve vice presi
    enl \< Vork Board
    was icsl speaker
    Officers installed included
    Rabbis Samuel Z. Jaffe, Temple
    Beth El, Hollywood, reelected
    treasurer Allen Rutchik, di-
    rector. Southeast Region, United
    Synagogue of America, secre-
    tary; Max A. Lipschitz, Congre-
    gation Beth Torah, vice presi-
    dent; and Jonah E. Caplan, Tem-
    ple Adath Yeshurun, president.
    Rabbi Solomon Schtff, of < on
    gregation Beth El, continues a-
    executive vice president, and wa-
    in charge of arrangements.
    Outgoing secrctarj la RaM>l liar
    old Riehter, Congregation B'naJ
    Raph
    Rabbi Murraj Alstel gave the
    lietion on 'he occasion of his
    fiftieth annivei sary in the rab
    ate Refreshments were served i>\
    the Temple Bet* Sholom Sister
    hood

    Planning campaign strateqy for the election of Aaron Farr
    o the Miami Beach City Council on June 1 are (left to riant
    Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, campaign co-chairman; Mrs. Sidney
    Schwartz, campaiqn chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr, wife of the
    andidate; and. supervisinq the discussion, Aaron Farr.
    Folk School
    Season Closes
    oi the c u r r e n i semester
    luncheoi fi David Pinski F k
    School was held on May 1 al the
    home of luncheon chairman, Mi
    ;>^l Mrs A Ravinsky, 353 West
    17* st
    Proceeds from the lunchi ons
    which will resume in Octobe
    channeled to the school tend
    Mrs Max Astor, financial secre
    t.-.ry. has announced thai in Sep-
    tember the school will be I
    al U24 Drexel Avc
    Stanley Richard, Gershon Miller, Zev Koqan
    and Andre Bialolenki endorse the reelection of
    Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard. The
    rally, given in the Mayor's honor, was hosted
    oy Prof, and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki at their
    home, 520 E. DiLido Dr Some 200 persons at-
    tended. Also playing ho3t to Mayor Richard
    at their hame last weekend were Mr. and Mrs
    Jonas Brotman, 1818 23rd St., Sunset Island 3
    where more hundreds of Miami Beachites
    turned out in behalf of the Mayor's campaiqn
    for reelection June 1.
    Wolfson to Head
    Guidance CSinscs
    r i F Wolfs n was i
    d< nl the Dade Count} \-
    Child Giiid nee I
    cs. a I nited Fui e. at its
    annu '' s al the
    l verglades H
    Oth( r office s elected ere H
    Steward Conklin, vice president;
    M Mar} Wells Milam. secre-
    tary: D R hard Mead Jr Ireas
    urer
    Newl} elected lo the board were
    George Dann, Mrs Emanuel Gold
    strich, Robert Hartnett, Dr, Wil-
    liam Nyhan and Mrs Robert Koep
    pel.
    charter hoard members are Mrs
    Julius Alexander. ii:-i president;
    Vtwood Dunwody, past president
    Di Stephen Wright and Dr James
    Lancaster were presented with
    I ies
    Dai id Tv .on. chief ol the Crim*"
    Delinquency Section, and Dr
    Eli B mental health
    consultant ol the National Insti
    tuto for Mental HeaUh, reported
    on the ne" trends in mental heal h
    expand pi i .'".! : m the eon.
    n unit}
    The \>n^<' Count} fluid Guid
    e ('link pro> i Ies ps} chiatrii
    -, i\ ices to emoti >n ill} distui I
    i n and theii families, offers
    i i nsultation s< ri< ps to prh ate
    ic health, education and wel
    . a tem ies i ourts, ph} sicians
    in other prote--ion.il-
    Tribute Slated
    For Concord
    Hotel Founders
    By Special Report
    KIAMESHA LAKE. N V A
    tribute to the memor) ol Arthur
    and .lean Winarick, founders oi
    the world famous Concord Hotel
    at Riamesha Lake. \ y will be
    held at the 12th annual fund lais
    ing dinner of the Monticello Hos
    pital on Jane 9.
    i The local community hospital,
    only a few miles from the Con
    eoid. was one ol The active eliarit
    interests "f the Winaricks
    The dinner will lake place al the
    hotel
    Designation of the event as a
    memorial tribute is unique in
    the 12 year history of the $100 a
    couple fund-raising event. It is
    also unique in the 40-yeai his-
    tory of the community non prof-
    it hospital.
    Nevei bi fore accordinj lo a
    : it a I offi< ial has anj
    red b} the institution
    The w irii I wen umu poo
    pie They were pace setters foi the
    a- well as ior the
    hospital I In 5 concerned them
    serves with the important details
    oi furrffltng the needs of people.
    They realized at the very outset
    that with their own hotel- growth
    and the emergence ol Sullivan
    County as an International vaca
    tion-convention center, line com
    munit} sen-ices would be b neces
    Sit} for both _in rts and em-
    v-orked towards this
    B re hosts at man}
    *st I and contri-
    buted deal tn the rowth
    - community institution '
    i members of the Com ord
    loii!- management familj
    e Board oi Ti
    '! the ii itj hospital Ray
    i
    - Ho Hospital trustee
    /en years G
    ick executive director of
    "' '' i eight years He
    .....n pleti .I thrci i onsecu
    m. ..- president ol the hos
    r'ollowii .: the death ol Arthur
    in 1964. the em
    d business associates ol
    ' '" created the Arthur
    Winarick Mem,,rial Fund for
    Cardiolog} Development at the
    Monticello Hospital
    Norman Bruce Brown Post
    Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
    Jewisb War Veterans, held n white
    elephant sale at Pythian Hall on
    Tuesday evening.
    *ob5
    RICHARD WOLF SON
    Dade Democrats
    Elect Mizrach
    l..,n\ Mizrach ol South Miami.
    will be the 1965-66 president of the
    Youth Democratic Club of Dade
    1 ii.nii)
    Mi/: eft ha 1..... an .,, live
    membei ol the Y >ung Den rati<
    Clitb for a number ol yeai
    on the Board of Directors
    litr.? In 1963 and 1964. he was 1
    nnd vice pi esidenl "i I he chib and
    is current first vice president ol
    the Hade Group
    In addition, he was state chair-
    man in 1963 through 1965 of the
    Young Democrat's Club of Flor-
    ida Awards and Honors Commit-
    tee. He was chairman for the
    Young Democrats in 1964 of the
    Johnson-Humphrey c a m p a i gn
    and was membership chairman
    of the group for the past year.
    Mizrach also serves n- \ iee
    i hairman ol the Metropolitan Dade
    County Industrial Advisory Board
    and is secretary-treasurer ol the
    Florida Children- Wear Manufae
    turer- Gufld He a 9 graduated
    from the University of Florida
    The Dade Count} Young Demo-
    cratic dull 1- one oi the moot ac-
    live political nations in the
    with some 1,500 members
    Mizrach, his wife, sheila, and
    two so. liv< al 5821 s\\ 63rd <'t .
    S, nth Miami
    MffRr MI2RACH
    Temple Beth Am
    Summer Program
    Temple i'. 1 1 h \m n 1
    plele -aminer program w ill
    i>i 1 nte .e- June 1 I
    Mil (III)
    of two 4
    Mrs Norm an V voter.1 1
    pn hool '. ill be in
    1 n d 1 > 1
    old. who will attend on a hall da)
    schedule Swimming will be a
    pai of th Limiti d
    L-nrollmenl 1- planned
    Children fn m :> through 12 will
    '"' on a full day schedule with
    special 111-triietion 111 arts and
    crafts, swimming, singing, dam
    and sports
    Elaine Furst, teacher at the Cut-
    ter Ridge Junior High School, will
    Im- administrative mperviaor of the
    amp. with .lu-ry Katzen. head
    counselor
    Swimmin... will lx> under the di- '
    rectioo of a qualified Red Cross in.
    Btructor Tlie Temple's hall field.


    friday. May 21. 1965
    +Jenlsl fkrHltr
    Paqe 15-B
    lebrew Academy Reelects Merwitzer
    [o Serye Fourth Term as President
    Mi rwito r, three > e a r n
    [ i the Hebrew Academy
    j( Miami on Miami Beach,
    I (>le< ted to .1 fourth term
    .c
    I j|, pv ,-. r from Pittsburgh, Pa .
    1 been a resident i>f Miami
    j 26 "' '..... '
    I ider and philanihropist. He
    I vice president of the
    for seven years prior to
    i.. i term f office u preai-
    Merwitier was chairman of
    tie Academy Building Committee
    Iwhen the new school was built
    Lt 2400 Pine Traa Dr., and do-
    nated $100,000 toward the build-
    ing proiect. I he Hebrew Acad-
    emy s Administration Building is
    I named after him.
    II.' i- active in Israel Bonds.
    nmbined Jewish Appeal. Jewish
    tatinnal Fund. Greater Miami He
    jfrvw Free Loan Society, afesivta
    Greater Miami, and has been
    I oi Beth Tiilah Congrega-
    i 12 years
    lot1 officers elected were Dn-
    I: Uidron, Harrj Genet, B. I.
    ler, honorar} life presidents;
    ris Bienei feld, Charles Pruchl
    Vri hie Greenbei g, J a o h
    Kaufm iii. Jacob Cohen, Marcie Li-
    berman, Raymond Rubin, and
    W'olfie Cohen, honorar) vice presi
    dents; Samuel Reinhard, first vice
    president; Leonard Rosen, chair-
    man, Bo rd of Direct) rs; Maurici
    Revitz, chairman, Executive Com-
    mittee; Charles Charcowsky. Jo-
    seph Cohen, Irving Firtel, Joeepb
    Goosor, Professor George Pickar,
    Oscar Mamber, Jacob Rifkin, and
    Louis Kiidni.k. vice presidents; Je-
    rome Bienenfeld. treasurer; Dr.
    M a I h e w Zuckr-rm.in, assistant
    t-eisurer .?<>rry e h-'Ver, finvn.
    eial secretary; Benjamin Appel,
    auaitor; Hear) reocnensky, eor
    responding secretary; and Herman
    Blsenberg, genera] secretary.
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    nil I 'i- I...H,- \. i: tiim, Nathan
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    ne v face at Doral. well-
    piown on Miami Beach, is
    jpu'.ar Chero and His Latin
    prchestra. currently holdinq
    |ow:i the bandstand at the
    jral Shell Lounqe. Chero
    m.i? to Doral via such emin-
    nt r.iteries as the Havana
    I in New York, and the
    bleau and Diplomat
    Miami Beach. Prior to
    f ; to the States. Chero
    \ rtured at the famed
    f 1 in Havana, and
    led popularity as a
    l D throuqhout Latin
    \ Chero leads his
    . itin Drum i as
    tunes that

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    [! 1 Deauv-Ule Hotel Mrs
    was in charge of ar-
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    Lorber Chapter
    Awards Luncheon
    Annual awards luncheon of the
    Lm hi iter, Children's Asthma
    Researi h Institute Vnd Hospital al
    Denver, is on the calendar for
    'l iiesd
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    Mrs Gerald Klugei man, president,
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    N ear Aw ard
    LOUIS MMWITZfR
    Dade Eyemen
    Elect Dr. Sezzin
    Dr. Maey Sezzin. of 9881 E. Bay-
    shore Dr.. has been elected presi
    dent of the Dade County Optomet
    ric Association, succeeding Dr.
    Arthur Helfman. of North Miami.
    Other officers elected are I>r
    George Pena, presidentelect; Dr.
    William s Pintzow, firsi vice presi
    dent; Dr Leonard Margolis, Becond
    vice president; I)r Ler y Diamond,
    third vice president; Dr II Taylor,
    secretary: Dr. Leonard Cherdack,
    treasurer; Dr. Bernard A Apple-
    anl .it arms; and direc
    tors Drs Steve Morris, M.M Gard-
    nd Frank 11 Pearce
    Dr Sezzin, a native of Baltimore,
    xeii ins education at .1
    Hopkins University, the University
    ni Miami and the Massachusetts
    Coll. a of 1 in metrj He lias bet 1
    .1 local resident since 1946. and has
    active in Florida \ ision
    Foundation, Miami Shores Lions
    . and ilpha Kpsili n Pi Alumni
    1 iiii> nt Greater Miami
    The in '\ officers were installed
    ,1 dinner dance held last week
    ul the Carillon Hotel.
    fff. MACY SIZZIN
    Or Olom School
    In Season's End
    Or 0 i to hold its
    the Year program for
    ., ten a n d nurserj
    i-l.iss rhui -i!a\. 1 .1 in .
    'I. mplo
    :' 1 m entitled Sprint l 1 M
    \.il .x.is to .over approach and
    advancement over the past year in
    areas ol pre-school learning. Mu-
    is to be pro> idM .1 bj school
    musical director, Mrs Sol Colsky
    d i.a. her .- Mrs.
    . ii Goldberg Pre kindergar-
    teachers are Mcsdames El
    Lorch, David Weinstein anl
    George Prutoff, aasiated bj Mrs.
    R ., K Mis Saul I'eniek is director of
    li mple Or Olom Kind'
    P- Cluude Pepper, long-time friend of former President
    "'Klin Delano Hoosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt, exchai
    "points with Miami Beach mayoralty candidate Elliott
    ^elt at a recent luncheon in Miami Beach.
    Sunshine Chapter
    Membership Tea
    B'nai B'rith
    on Wedi 1
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    in and Mrs Samu
    are m charge oi the affair,
    Mis Frank Burg is inesidenl
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    tion dinner party in the Deauvill
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    Greater Miami Y Board Eyes Program;
    9eWlSh Floridian Presents S447,000 Operating Budget
    Miami, Florida, Friday. May 21. 1965
    Section C
    UAHC Leader
    Honored Here
    Byron Cherkas. president of
    Trnol< Beth Am. inno"n***d iac|
    .\eek the appointment of Marshall
    Peuer, attorney and member of
    nard of Beth Am. as chair-
    man of the Reform Jewish Appeal
    , It of the Union of American
    Congregations and the He
    on College-Jewish Insti
    lute ol Religion
    m nt of Kiuer was the
    r of I breakfast hell at
    he Temple on Sunday at 10 a.m.
    Robert H. Newman, president
    of the Southeast Region of UAHC
    here was honored at the break-
    fast for his devoted service to
    Reform Judaism." The presenta-
    ticn o' a plaque to Newman was
    made by Circuit Court Judge
    Harold B. Spaet.
    Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, regional
    of the Union of American
    I ongregations, brought
    - Itabbi Herbert M. Baum-
    gard is spiritual leader of Temple
    Beth Am
    pADt COUNTY Ft
    *" demt Tedmy 4 Aifirt
    Paul Faske. recently installed
    president of the YM and YW11A of
    Greater Mi;.mi, conducted the first
    meeting of the newly-elected
    Board of Directors of the "Y" at
    > new facility at 8500 S\V 8th St.
    Faske said that tlie first organiza.
    tional meeting inducted the elec-
    tion of the Executive Committee,
    rientation cf the board to its re-
    I'ui: -ibilities, approval of the 1965
    Derating budget, progress report
    in the Committee on Programming
    n the S:i! hah. approval of the
    Suburban League
    Officers Listed
    If em her of the Suburban
    held their annual installa-
    eremoniea at Variety Chll-
    Hospital on Wednesday at
    8 15
    Mrs Uan Herts srs Installed
    1 succeeding Mrs Ar
    thur Pi pper.
    icipating in the installation
    U Mrs Edward W
    Broidj 1 ati >i 1 si of th- Suburban
    Lea ue and noted philanthropist
    :l> donated $50,000 to
    'h' hospital,
    iburban league flnaneaa
    of two cancer patients at
    trie center as. Its major
    ", service project.
    Fficers installed are Mrs
    Levitt, Mrs Sam Berko-
    Mrs W James Orovitz, Mrs.
    Mitchell, Mrs Larry Mi/
    presidents; Mrs. Barry
    onding crel
    Mrs it Morrison Jr record
    rj Mrs Allan Sobel,
    Mrs Harold Taylor, D
    retary; Mrs Richard
    : : larian; Mi Mace)
    ..in.
    are Mrs. Norman
    - David Summer. Mrs
    is ami Mrs Richard
    I
    of Governors are Mrs
    pper, Mrs Charles Him-
    ird PaUot, Mrs Da
    Balancing the traditional scales of justice is Judge Sam I.
    Silver, president of the Dade County Bar Association, at a re-
    cent Law Day ceremony sponsored by the Dade County Stu-
    dent Traffic Safety Council at the Metro Justice Building. The
    council presented the association and Metro traffic couit
    judges with plaques. From left are William Frawley. council
    adviser; Judge Silver; David Goriine, of Miami Beach High,
    council president; and Mark Goldberg, of Southwest High,
    council treasurer.
    Workmen's Circle Has Busy Week
    Week starting last Friday was
    a busy one for members 01 Work-
    men's Circle branches.
    Max rlaakeU, chairman of
    branch 28. announced a regular
    meeting Friday afternoon m the
    auditorium of Washington Fad-
    oral, 1224 Washington \\- Ber-
    nard Bnist. general agent of Un-
    ion Fidelity Life Insurance Co .
    explained the group policy b me
    formed for members over b'.i yi
    of age.
    in the evening, at 'J"> Washington
    Ave., branches played host to
    Raymond Gebiner, executive
    secretary. Council of Organiza-
    tions of United Hias Service.
    A new Hias film, "He who Saves
    a Single Life." narrated by The-
    odore Bikel was shown.
    tin Saturday evening
    Beach Branch met at Miami
    Beach Federal at 71sl St.
    Reservations are still 1 pen for
    the installation dinner show this
    Sunday at the Carillon Hotel A
    discussion on mutual funds invest-
    ment "ill be part ol the < 1
    program.
    Miami Branch 1050 held elec
    tion of officers last Sunday eve-
    ning at 1545 SW 3rd St.
    National president. Jacob Zuker
    man. spoke at a meeting of the
    Workmen's Circle on Tuesday at
    25 Washington Ave
    Zukerman was in Miami
    Beach to address the national
    convention of the International
    Ladies Garment Workers Union
    in session at the Deauville Hotel.
    Zukerman was also in Washing-
    ton, D.C., recently with over 200
    members "t the Workmen's Circle
    and Jewish Labor Committee, who
    had escaped from Nazi concentra
    i.',111- and went to Washing
    ton. to say Thank you, U S.A
    I" l B. Shaoiro, president of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth
    Sholom. turns over a check for S500 to Allan Solomon, direc-
    J0' 01 ine Union of American Hebrew Congregations Regional
    Ccrr.p in Cleveland. Ga.. while Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
    eader of Beth Sholom. looks on. The Brotherhood of Beth Sho
    lc"'"' JFporta the youth activities program. Recipients of full
    scholarships have been Helen Davis, dauahter of Mr. and
    M's. Philip Davis, and Marsha Sterner, daughter of Mr. and
    Martin Stinr. The camp, located 76 mile )l fonP
    "'. '11 the Blue Ridge mountains, is operated en c no:i- \\ n
    asis and is a direct affiliate of the Union ct American
    Academy Women
    Advance Project
    Mrs Leonard Rosen, president
    of the Hebrew Academe Women.
    presented Louis MerwiUer, inc-
    ident of the Academy, with a
    check at the annual Brick and Bin-
    van Hank Luncheon last wee!
    The check brought the annum: gii
    1 p ti ward $50,000 that the Wo
    1 n's Croup made toward the dec!
    ication ol the School's kitchen up

    The Hebrew Academy Women
    pn \ iously dc licated the Ida I
    pel Auditorium w ith funds 1
    ed in 1 Binj an B a n i< s
    through the purchase ol I ricks
    Som< 201 lendi
    func
    lion Day" ol all Binyan Ba
    .. '. nan
    . iid thai "the aim of the Binyan
    1: ink projecl 1- to plat 1
    every Jewish home in our c<
    : unitj
    Vi 11 e l> 1 e w Acadi m) la
    a community school, it belongs to
    the people, and it is most fitting
    thai these brick boxes be a famil
    iar object throughout the area,"
    -ani Mrs, Julius Rosenstein. co
    chairman ol Binyan Banks.
    nunt locally, regionally, and .a-
    tCnally.
    I)is:uss:on of the purpose- of
    the agency program, as appro ed
    by the Joint Study Committee of
    the YMHA and the Greater Miami
    li wish Federation.
    The role and re-ponsibilr.ies
    Of b;.ard members and the wa> in
    which committees operate. E ch
    member of the board serves or. at
    least one major program and ->ne
    major administrative commitve.
    The responsibilities of the s"aff.
    per capita" plan for participation .
    H the National Jewish Welfare I***"1* ** ^^SJTSli
    the utilization of tnumd social
    group work supervisors, early ch I
    hood development profession
    (I Fair Siiare Flan, and discus
    ion < the pn ? ed Employment
    -"-"ivies for Senior Citizens mem- .
    1 I the Y" in a Joint Jewish lua,1;h and Physical education Staff,
    1 < rs
    Vocational S rrviceYMHA project.
    with special emphasis on the
    positions Of director of Jewish CUL
    Faske announced appointment of jtuxal programs, and director if
    he following board members to
    erve as chairmen of standing com-
    1 tt(( -
    Program, A. Budd Cutler, chair-
    man; membership, Sam Heiman,
    chairman, Richard Brickman,
    cc-chairman; budget, James Bres-
    Icw, chairman; camping, Milton
    Balsam, chairman, Eugene Gar-
    field, co-chairman; ECD, Mrs.
    Miltcn Sirkin, chairman; house.
    Jack Katzman and Jack Schenk-
    man, co chairmen; fund raising
    and functions, Leonard Luria,
    chairman; personnel, Leon Ep-
    stein, chairman.
    Executive Committee of the
    YMHA is composed of the above
    tamed chairmen of standing com-'
    mittees and the following elected
    fficers:
    President, Paul Faske; honorary
    resident. llerschcl Rosent.hal;
    vice presidents, Marshall S. Harris.
    William S. Ruben. Sam Seitlin;
    treasurer. Norton PaUot: assistant
    treasurer, Milton Balsam: record-
    ing secretary, Mrs Jack Katzman;
    t< rn ponding secretary, Michael
    11. Salmon; financial secretary
    Dr. Philip Samet
    Committee also includes the fol-
    lowing rnaanjbera of the beard.
    Dav'd B. Fleeman. Leon Kaplan.
    Leu. ne Katz, Sidne> Laflger, Mor-
    ris Levitt. Donald Reiff.
    Efraim 11 Gale, executive direc-
    or cf the "Y," led a board orienta-
    tion discussion which included
    \ histi ry of ihe YMHA move
    peciai events and mass programs.
    Faske presented the operating
    ;idge4 pn osal tor H*o in the
    amount f $117,000. The budget
    devek pad by special meetings of
    he newly-elected officers. Faske
    explained that "this is a n' i
    budget presentation sin:e it .n-
    dudes plans and projections for
    166 and future years
    in this way, the agency w- 'I
    be planning for the present, for le
    immediate fu'urc. and for the n- let
    five to ten years in all aspect- of
    service to the community." he add-
    ed. The budget was adopted for sub-
    -.ussion to the Budget Commit'ee
    of the Greater Miami Jewish l -d-
    eraUon.
    A report on the Special Com-
    mittee on Programming on the
    Sabbath was made by Leon Kap-
    lan. The committee, under tKe
    chairmanship of Marshall Harris,
    has been reviewing the experi-
    ence of other YMHAs and Jewish
    Community Centers made avail-
    able by the National Jewish Wel-
    fare Board, examining the needs
    locally, and anticipates making
    recommendations on how the
    YMHA might recommend policies
    and specific programs to enrich
    the Sabbath and be in consonance
    with the Sabbath.
    A new met.'nd of support of the
    National Jewish Welfare Board,
    the parent organization of .lev h
    11 immunity Centers and YMli Vs,
    Continued on Page 2-C
    Fashion show, presented bj- ; dfeftefcyji. Way 1
    Inia of New York, was anan-ert ^ff YM-YWH
    \I,s Charles Sunn'! program] <,{& then lami
    Wi
    by
    chairman, who narrated and en
    scribed the array ol gowns and
    casual wear modeled bj men '
    Congregations, of which Beth Sholom is pa:t. t
    s-ssions start on June 15 and go thiouqh the month of Aug-
    Bosi ih "is 1
    live \ ici li nt, and Mrs In
    Firtel hosted thi champa
    :. ,! ption
    which preceded the
    2, marked the oflicial opening of the pool at the
    A, 8500 SW 8th St., when some 500 members
    i'.ies turned out to splash in the Olympic poo!,
    the largest in Dade County, and enjoy the handball, tennis
    and other "Y" facilities. A kosher snack bar furnished a va-
    liety of refreshments. Shown poolside is Paul Faske (second
    from left\ president of the "Y." as he watches eiqh>'-year-oid
    Rhonda Rose take her first dive. The "Y" has just launched a
    capital funds camDaian for S'2.5 million to amortize the new
    facilities in West Miami, and to construct similar structures in
    Noith Miami and Miami Beach.


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    bership; Mrs. Norm a rurner, i
    retary; Mrs Kaj Linaaten, treas-
    urer,
    Sisterhood officers e Mrs A'i
    mi Klein, president; Mrs Sadye
    Lebowitz, vice president, ways an
    means. Mrs. Jeanne Schulmaii
    viee president, mcmhi i ship. Mrs.
    Kay Lmvaton. vice president, pro-
    grammim; and culture. Mis. Anne
    Graenberg, vict' president, youth:
    recording secretary. Mrs Fvelyn
    Silverman: correapondiag secre
    tary. Mrs Harriet Klmjier: treas-
    urer. Mrs Mildred Wascowitt.
    Harry Feldman (right), champion concert ticket seller, is con-
    gratulated by William Bomstein, vice presiden'. of the Jewish
    National Fund Council of Greater Miami, for his achievement
    in selling the most concert tickets to the Jewish National Fund
    spring festival concert on Apr. 20 at Miami Beach Auditorium.
    > Board Eyes Program;
    Presents $447,000 Budget
    Continued from Page 1-C
    as well as providing services for
    n and women in the Armed
    - vices and Veterans Administra.
    tion Hospitals, was approved by the
    Board oi Directors. The Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation provides
    support for the Armed Services
    Program Of the National Jewish
    V. eliare Board, while YMHAs pro-
    vide support through budgetary al-
    locations and add a small per
    capita fee to existing membership
    dues. A S2 per capita family mem-
    bership will be effective as of July
    ] tor all new and renewal member-
    ships.
    Final item Of business included
    the discussion oi a pn>posed em-
    ployment service for senior citizen
    members of the "Y" through the
    cooperation and direction of the
    Jewish Vocational Service oi Great-
    i. Miami. In this proposed plan,
    the t; Iden Age Friendship Club
    at the new facility, under the presi
    den.y of Boris Cutler, will review
    .. possibilities of an employment
    service whereby senior citizens will
    make their skills available, within
    their capabilities and Units, to
    numbers of the community. A
    trained counselor from the Jewish
    Vocational Service and a trained
    group worker from the YMliA will
    give guidance and direction to the
    program.
    52 Association
    Slate Elected
    Miss Jeanne Trattler has been
    elected president of the 52 asso-
    ciation of Greater Miami, to serve
    for a second term and will be in
    stalled at the Barcelona Hotel on
    Sunday at 6 p.m.
    Dr. Sidney Selesnick, director
    of the Veterans Hospital at Coral
    Gables, will be installing officer.
    Others on the slate include
    vice presidents, Nat Glaser, Miss
    Bettj Greishcr, Mrs Rose Spiegel.
    Mrs Philip Kaufman; treasurer,
    Mrs. J. George Schwartz: record
    ing -.eeretary. Mrs Bermee Burke:
    financial secretary, Mrs Gertrude
    Reisenbach; corresponding secre
    tary. Mrs Jack Wruble.
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    Holding over at the Robin Hood
    are Hal Rader and his orchestra.
    :,~ well as strolling guitarist Luis
    Maya The Rader group plays for
    dancing in the Forest Lounge
    starting at 10 p.m. Maya appears
    in the dining room from six to
    nine p.m. The Robin Hood, owned
    1\ Joe Berkan and Teddy W'eis-
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    Abraham J. Gittebon, education director of Beth Torah Relig-
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    NE 211th Ter.. and their son. Robert, who received the Ner
    Tamid Scoutinq Award at Beth Torah at Friday everur.q set-
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    Robert is also a first class Scout in Troop 469 under 8m lecc
    ership of Clarence Graham. Rabbi Max Lipschitz ;> Beth
    Torah spiritual leader.
    Zamora Ladies'
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    Temple Zamora Sisterhood held
    annual installation of officers on
    Wednesday evening in the Social
    Hall.
    Mrs. Max Jacobson. vice presi-
    dent. Florida Branch of the Na-
    tional Women's League inducted
    the following: Ifeedames Leo Es-
    Irreis. president: Israel Kusner.
    Ike Cordon. Leah Friedson. Mari-
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    presidents; I-eon Honig, Harold
    Shuman. Louis Chartor. secretar-
    ies; Nathan Goldy, treasurer; Ann
    Goldberg, parliamentarian.
    Chairmen on the Board of Di
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    Lauretz, sunshine; Sidney Lucker.
    Joe Maisel. donor; Irving Klein.
    gift shop; Michael Fiedler. Jewish
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    Rose Galton, books; David Kivel.
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    UNDERSTANDING OF THE MANY SENSITIVITIES
    The Story of Jesus on Screen
    :' ""--Si *crZ-VH
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    . celved an invitation to
    1It.ml a showing of "The Greatest
    oon Ever Told," 1 hesitated to ac-
    j, | i- fear i might be called
    i witness .i visual recording that
    vl; prove offensive to Jewiafa sen-
    sibilities Would a Jewish com
    mentator, I asked myself, be par-
    doned if. '" commenting on the
    , ibordinated the cinematic
    he production to con-
    : the substantive valuea
    lewiah community <>f the
    I -lory Ol JeWa by
    lion in the most im-
    the maaa media? More
    qtM JtiOO was: Is tbc
    vens United Artists
    .! -The Greatest Storj
    .....I or bad for Jew -
    the answer is that
    , us and bis associates
    ., ied the story <) the
    ...:th a real understand-
    . sensitivities of the Jews,
    appreciation of the
    i as opposed to the
    : thai have accumu-
    r the years.
    With a rwothousend year back-
    ground of religious persecution
    engendered in large pert by the
    allegation that the Jews killed
    Christ it is no wonder that Jewry
    should approach "The Greatest
    Story Ever Told" with a subject-
    ivity that overrides all other con-
    siderations. There are several
    aspects to consider.
    riber one is the scene of
    ntation of Jesus and
    I Roman Governor. Here
    I t is left that Jesus is con
    I .i political troublemaker,
    I ii the ultimate responsibility
    for : tfixion is Roman. Pilate
    I ys I have the |M>\ver to
    I or set you free
    I lows ear her scenes in which
    Medical Center
    |Ho!c!s Brunch
    Miami Chapter of the
    li< I ei r I eld its
    . i officers n
    Shelborne lloti 1
    followed bj i
    idenl is M iss Ma
    president, Mrs Jo
    11 ording i retarj.
    s; financial sect e
    h Has) man; I i i
    Esther Lewis; mem-
    rman, Mn Gi
    1 Mrs Josephine
    I
    Pilate and Herod express concern
    over the revolutionary aspects oi
    '.he spell-binding Jesus
    Then take tiio Sanhedrin scent
    Hi.- picture clearlj portrays the
    S inhedrin leadership as a political-
    ly corrupt, Quishng-type puppet
    group doing Herod's bidding.
    Caiaphas, the Sanhedrin leader, is
    shown as politically beboldei
    Herod who gave him leadership bj
    shunting aside the more liberal
    Shemiah.
    The Sanhedrin trial, itself, is
    clearly recognizable m the avei
    movii goer as "rigged." Nicodemus,
    one if the Sanhedrin members,
    not notified in advance of the trial
    I that an attempt was made to
    have only those present "ho would
    crucify Jesus and thus oblige th
    limn.in civil government,
    Nicodemus says: "But many
    men of the Sanhedrin are not
    here, men who think as I do.
    Those who think as I do are not
    present. Only those who think as
    you do are present." And, then
    again, Nicodemus voices the
    plaint of Jews opposed to the
    crucifixion when he says: "Are
    we all Romans now that we disre-
    gard decency and justice hold
    secret courts and try innocent
    men in the dead of night."
    In the etui, the Sanhedrin con-
    demns Jesus, the action that has
    been the eXCUSC lor almost tWO
    thousand years of the charge that
    the .lews killed Jesus, that Jews
    were guilty of delcide, a charge
    that was never theologically
    wered until the recent issuance in
    Rome of the statement by the
    CathoMc church on the subject.
    I'nlike all previous motion pic-
    tures, or Passion Play versions of
    the life and death of Jesus, The
    Greatest Story Ever Told" has
    seemingly been conceived and
    produced in the ecumenical spirit
    oi our daj It is very likely that
    'his picture through its mass ap-
    peal and wide dissemination, will
    ' i mere to dispel the 'Christ kill-
    ing" charge thai has unjustly pla-
    J< s o\ er the centuries.
    The i icture, itself, is ,i ma
    eently photographed story of the |
    life of Jesus from his birth in the
    manger to his crucifixion and re-
    surrection. The story naturally fol.
    lows the New Testament. Whal
    gives this version of the life of
    Jesus piquancj from the Jewish
    view is the emphasis on his Jewish-
    new It has been produced in what
    is called Judaic-Christian tradi-
    tion Jesus is most definitely pOT-
    trayed as a Jew. When he enters
    the Temple, hi- kisses the nie/ii/ah:
    he prays in the ancient Hebrew
    tradition; m\<\ he Is heard to say.
    Hear. 0 Israel. The Lord our God,
    the Lord is one."
    i
    "The Greatest Story Ever Told" .
    is the sort of film you would ex-
    Dec! from George Stevens, the
    man who produced and directed
    "The Diary of Anne Frank."
    Conceived in the spirit of brother-
    hood and produced with the care '
    and sensitivity that befits its sub-
    ! ct, 'The Greatest Story Ever
    i oid" is a fascinating screen bio
    graph) of a historic figure that il-
    luminates the universality of reli
    gion. Though any life of Jesus
    must bj its very nature be Christ- |
    ological, the Stevens film should
    not offend the sensibilities of Jews
    or communicants of other faiths
    .m\ should, because ot the ecu-
    menical spirit in which it was writ-
    ten, enacted and produced, be a
    powerful force for building better
    understanding between men of all
    faiths. This gives it a significant
    plus factor above and beyond the
    undoubted cinematic values of an
    historic story, a rare panoramic
    ity of setting and a distinguish.
    , ,i east 01 players.
    North wall of the entrance hall to Temple Or Olom feature*
    this life-size mural of a Tree of Life, with the Hebrew letters
    denoting "Chai" above it. Mrs. Murray Kaye, executive se:-
    retary of the Temple, and a pest president of the Sisterhood.
    brought the idea back from New York City and approach sd
    Cantor Nico Feldman, whose paintinqs she had seen, With
    the idea of reproducing such a tree. Cantor Feldman. whe -.r
    background covers an international career in opera and con-
    cert, 'ook his pallette and brush in hand and set to work jr.
    the mural. Members will donate Chai," or S18. to have theu
    names inscribed on each leaf. Cantor Feldman has been w. -
    Temple Or Olom since July, 1964. Samuel Putierman a
    president of the Temple. Rabb; Samuel April is spirit.:,
    leader.
    Beach High PTA Meets for Brunch
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    Hotel was the setting for Miami
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    some 200 parents and teachers
    met for brunch on May 4th to say
    farewell to outgong officers and to
    witness installation of new offi
    cers.
    Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Farl
    Pertnoy were chairmen of the af
    fair.
    1:.stalled as president was Mrs
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    By MAX LERNER
    A ineml of mine, who knows Latin America bettor than I do. says
    it will be a toaf, hot summer m the Caribbean. Certain!) what has hap
    pened in Santo Domingo, turning a lowel) ettj into a obarnei-bouse,
    suggests Diat there an volcanic political passions in tho area. Tlic
    bloodshed wean the aapeel not only of a rebellion but of a civil war.
    with long-standing hatreds coming into play and old accounts being
    settled.
    In this jungle of passions. anti-American hatred emerged very
    early in the rebellion. President Johnson had to act swiltly to get
    American civilians out. But most political decisions have plural, not
    ingle, motives Saving entered the Dominican Republic to save lives,
    the American troops have stayed to prevent anarchy, seal off the
    chances of a ''omnuini.-l takeover, and await the beginnings of a new
    frame of political order.
    One's first impulse is to say that this was a monstrous blunder,
    awakening Ion;.: muted memories of Marine landings and gunboat
    diplomacy, and feeding the (.'astro image of American imperialism.
    Yet one cannot stop there, without raising a haunting question: What
    was the alternative for President Johnson Was it to appeal to OAS?
    There would be nays and days before any practical action: and if the
    revrt indeed contains W < Second-Stage effect, the design for a Com-
    munist takeover, the OAS action would have come tar too late Or was
    the alternative simplv to stay out. or to get out again immediately
    after the tint evacuation ot Americans, and let events take their
    count '
    * *
    It isn't enough to point out in a holier-than-they way what must
    have been obvious to Johnson, Rusk, Bundy and Tom Mann that the
    decision ".is a dangerous one Hut was there any alternative lli.ct
    WOuld nav been anj ss dangerous? Running a country isn't a ques
    1 ion ol making choices between the beautiful decisions and the damned
    I' i- often an impossible choice between a blind alley and ;>
    hat less bl nd one, and a Pre I i ky, even be enten
    k tunnel, that he can see a thin shaft "I light ai the far end.
    The "hole decision in the Dominican operation, as it transpired in
    the minds >t thi I residenl and hit ade in th< shadow
    i n iv ,-.'. in say thai the shadow shouldn't have been tin
    but it v..,- Too much blood has been spill in i too man; lives
    i .. blast 'her.', to., much heartbreak and Irustrat m
    . relt in Washington to leave the date blank.
    .r> 'hat the Communist elemenl
    the and thai the i n sponsible ones gol it ol
    , iij Bos* h hima If is a decent committi .1
    Ol ,1. even it he Is an inef* iitical leader
    tro experience should ."' have expected Presidenl
    lake a course "i ... I on action thai mighl well
    ..it Amei
    and mit "t ;
    nter to the kit i 'St of the
    ,. he i- ai.,I tiie kind ol they have in him
    * *
    Well then, onca the American troops came in, why has President
    and mo lousa I eacl
    , I he si I '" American -. H
    nust go 1 "> history, this time
    i The sha Pigs I asi i i ven
    ii than the shadow ..t Castro's persis
    1,.,, e in iwer II the Bay ol Pigs invasion was a mistake then
    , |. ., i | grces the cat rj throu [b in full force
    , : ii. i; take manj times over. That was in Kenned] -
    lecision on the Russian mi lies it Cuba
    the mind of i ry Pres lent for some years to come. Ii
    histon isli ts and ma -. il is mostl)
    i,i cours< there has been an outer) from the Latin neighbors and
    partners o the United Slates, n I "ere a Brazilian, a Mexican, a
    Chilean, I thou* probably be joining in the outer) Vet if I asked my-
    ii altern i there as I should have no answer, l spec!
    thai hi real the outcrj has been, it would have been
    i de the withering contempt of the Latin-American
    i had lone nothin. I citizen been killed, and
    ii n .i had led to another (astro regin.....' .. Castro-ori.
    om in S nto Di mingo.
    * *
    The satisfying fact is that the OAS political presence has been
    enabled to establish itsell alongside the I S militar) pi i here
    I to be tied, wounds to be bound to be .;
    i i tored. A new leader hip will in time be
    th heav) economic aid it will b< able to make a new b
    I w ..', i r ni i) be said against tl they
    \..i j ,,t longer than the minimal need for them. The) will
    ild not have been true ol th< I thej had
    ee to turn the rebellion into a cl IS
    North Beach PTA
    Installation Meet
    North Beach l'l'A held its In-
    stallation meeting in the auditor-
    ium on Tuesday .veiling. Richard
    0 Roberts, superintendent. North
    east District of the Dade Count)
    Schools, officiated.
    Installation was followed by a
    ceremoiiv honoring "Graduating
    Mothers," for "many yean of ser-
    vice to North Beach Elementary
    School."
    A musical program was present
    cd by students under the direction
    ot Mrs Dorothy Dunning, music
    teacher
    Headed by incoming president.
    Mrs. Kred Fenton. officers in-
    stalled were Mrs Ted Dorteh. Mrs.
    Stanley Broriskv Mrs Stuart Ja-
    cobs, vice presidents; Mr-. Paul
    Warren, recording secretary; Mrs.
    Harold Miller, corresponding see
    rctary: Mrs. Bernard Rubin,
    treasurer: Mrs. David Miller, ad-
    visor.
    Mrs. Fenton is a past secretary
    of Sisterhood of Temple Israel, a
    member of Ml Sinai Auxiliary, of
    Women's Cancer League of Miami
    Beach. National Council of Jew-
    ish Women and YMHA Her hus-
    band, is a representative of the
    Taylor Wine Company. The couple
    have two daughters. Madelyn 8.
    and Suzanne 10. From Lake Vil-
    lage. Ark Mrs I'eiiton attended
    tin' L'niversit) of Texas
    Mother- who have .lev..ted time
    ami industr) to the school and
    whose children are now graduat-
    ing include Mesdames Sam Ma
    zor. Sanford Levine, Robert I it
    owitz, Harvey Michaelson, Ber-
    nard Fuller, Robert Green, Harry
    lleman, Isadore Simkowitz,
    Bett) xik.il. Jack I i vkofl William
    Chandler, Robert Weitz, Herbert
    Buchwald. Ellard Conn Harve)
    Lefkowitz, Alb
    Clark, Theodore Epstein, Joseph
    Abelow, Milton Fiedelman, George
    Margolis, David Pollack and Don
    aid smith
    Excited with a new doll-house and a floppy-eared p_-k rab-j
    bit is little eight-year-old Celia Estrada, a patient at Variety
    Children's Hospital, shown greetinq Cmdr. Ralph Rooofeky
    (left) and Harry Zalph (right), of the Jewish War V -erens
    Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Znlph. who has five
    children of his own. constructed the doll-house in his spare
    time. He also made the minature furniture inside, as veil cs
    the electrical lighting system. He did it "just to mak-
    tie kids at the hospital happy.'' he said.
    Cohen Officers Are Installed
    On Thursday evening the Jacob
    C. Cohen Community Synagogue
    was to have its first installation
    Rabbi I ibot ll stem spu itual
    leader of 'h. synagogue was to
    install Jacob C Cohen, pn sidi nt
    Simon Hanan. honorar) vice pres
    ident: Samuel Cohen. Geoi
    mon Jack T urki sh. Julius
    irti v ice i -eaident- w il
    liam K.i/. nitz tnasurer Leon
    Gottbeb assoi iate Ireai ret 11 -1
    man Schi cot secre
    tar), Bei i it D w ilson Mr Sol
    Kiev at. financial s<. etaries;
    Samuel Lenowitz, honorar) a abba
    Elected to the Boat
    or- are Abe Ai..iwtt lv-
    Minn Cohen, Bernard
    Morn- Kiev ,i> Dave K
    Lichter Sol Rashin, Da
    Hal,hi \ J SafM. Him I
    Sam Sehuartz Israel -
    H) man Chabm I h'ev
    k..i. Nathan Sonuner,
    foseph K: ,'irlin I-' |h -
    ry Weinstock, Ii n > V
    Bcttinger, Hv man KV
    Summer. Joseph Shei
    Samick, Morris I
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    Goldberg Urges Fight to Protect Rights
    ,,,. Supr< me Court Justice Arthur
    . called an Um I ruled
    Jj .,'.. week to take the load
    " ini, oationaJ cooperalioa lor
    , ,,.,. tion 01 Hie rigl. of tho
    Sivid. He ipoke at a diriiei
    the American Jewish
    Commitl Appeal tor Human Re-
    ,,, here lie 1965 Herbert ll.
    , Human Relations Award
    , s pre ted by Joseph Kllngcn-
    . dianer launcbad the
    Appeal for Human He-
    nationwide drive tot
    item
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    i,,,,.,. Goldberg specifically
    nited Statt t<. champ-
    m K|. H ol the Treat) on Hu-
    man Kit drafted by the United
    ^Slion? '' nV nt the Declara-
    an R hi- The time is
    pverdw e said for adoption of
    :y. and he added: "We
    such -i treaty without
    . for none Is needed or
    justil
    Justice Goldberg called the re-
    tent appointment of Morris B.
    Abrarr president oi the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee, as the
    US. re*eserfative to the United1
    Nation? Commission on Human
    Rights "a happy omen of our
    country's commitment to such a
    treaty.'' He Mid that Mr. Abram's
    efforts on behalf of human rights
    here and abroad "are university
    known ard widely and properly
    acclaimed."
    Mr. Ahrnm. who ulsn spoke, Mid
    that he had put return from the
    session <>i the Commission "n Hu-
    man flights in Geneva which de-
    fa ted draft international conven-
    tion outlaw kig all forms of religi >ua
    Intolerance. Mr, Abrara explained
    i set ioui urea af debate had
    arisen between the democracies
    and 111 Communist ci alition over
    Communist appeals for stronger
    state controls over the manifesta-
    Mnrfs TiTrrli. ious heliet
    "The United States," ho declared,
    "wants no part Of the stale ap-
    paratus controlling individual be-
    lief, com action or adherence to a
    religion or a belief, We want no
    repetition of those black days
    .hen the state checked into the
    existence or non existence of a re-
    ligtoua .ilTili.aion. No moral state
    l 111.1 want this power over con
    science and no healthy society
    needs it.'
    The presentation to Mr Klingen-
    >tein of the Herbert H, Lehman
    \uard in the form of a three-
    inch silver medallion portrain of
    the late Pfev York Governor,
    sculptured in bas-reliefwas made
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    ous winner Mr. LeidesdOrf, prom-
    inent business executive who has
    worked in behall ol many educa
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    groups, was dinner chairman.
    Mr. Klingenstein served as
    president of Mount Sinai Hospital
    from 1956 to 1962, and since that
    time has been chairman of its
    board.
    A long-time leader of the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee, he ha- en-
    dowed, through the AJC, a chair
    at Columbia University Depart-
    ment ot Social Psychology known
    as the Joseph Klingenstein Chair
    in Inti rgroup Relations.
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    if OR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
    esident Lincoln died from the
    ;, Mill 'Hot April 18. 1865. The
    i'- h anniversary of the death of
    America's martyred President, re
    ' .my aa its greatest son,
    hi: been observed not only in the
    I ted St ites but in many lands by
    i! ay peoples, ll is an occasion for
    Jews everywhere to recall also the
    ii. 'lent- >f Jewish interest in ius
    dramatic life and death.
    " ie Jewish population of the
    Vu.ted States during that period of
    American history numbered less
    n n 200.'*. in the great debate on
    the issue ot the abolition of Negro
    sfa ery, a number of prominent
    rabbis of the period were among
    V.: most outspoken advocates of ab-
    oli^on, including Isaac Leescr and
    Sabbato Marais of Philadelphia.
    S. uel M Isaacs of New York.
    I>; id Btnhorn of Baltimore and
    Lt -man Adler of Chicago.
    During Lincoln's career pre-
    ctding and following his ascent
    tt tHe presidency, a number of
    Jews were among his devoted
    supporters. Abraham Jonas,
    prominent in Jewish affairs in
    Cincinnati and one of the found-
    ers of the first Jewish Congre-
    gation in that city, as well as one
    of the influential leaders of the
    Republican Party in his state was
    an intimate friend of Lincoln for
    30 years. Julius Hammerslaugh
    of Springfield, Illinois, Henry
    Greenbaum of Chicago, and Abra-
    ham J. Oittenhoerer of New York,
    York, a Republican member of
    the Electoral College from New
    York in 1864, were among his
    friends and supporters.
    Sigismund Kaufman of New
    York, a founder of the Legal Aid
    Society of New York and a direct-
    or of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum,
    had served as a member of the
    Electoral College from New York
    in 1860. Shortly after Lincoln's in-
    auguration, Kaufmann was offered
    the post of Minister to Italy, but he
    declined Joseph Seligman of New
    York, a banker, was consulted by
    President Lincoln on matters of fi-
    Resolutions Lrge Soviets
    To End Anti-Semitism
    70CKHOL.M i JTA Resolu-
    t s urg i ; the world to intervene
    v 'i the Soviet Union on behalf of
    ng S >i et anti Semitism call-
    u upon the USSR authorities to
    ^uari the cultural rights of So-
    \ Jew ind to permit Jews to
    It-, e the ->. -I't I'm,'ii for purpose
    c unMy reunification, were adopt.
    ei iere recently at the conclusion
    0 two-da? Scandinavian Confer-
    er on >>\ iel Jewry.
    L ading scientists and writers
    Ii Sweden. Denmark and Nor-
    w. attended the conference, under
    t! chairmanship of Prof. Torgny
    S rstedt. rector of Uppsala Uni-
    \- ity
    message was received from
    i- i Russell the British philoso-
    pj \ wr illed for the rcestab
    1 nent ol Jewish cultural rights
    in the USSR, abolition of religious
    discriminations practiced against
    family reunification
    privileges and "an effective
    struggle against anti-Semitism."
    One of the principal speakers
    at the conference. Prof. Herbert
    Tingsten, former editor of the in-
    fluential Swedish newspaper, Da-
    gens Nyheter, told the session:
    "Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Un-
    ion is carried out under the guise
    of anti-Zionism, on the theory
    that Zionists are guilty of dual
    loyalty. But dual loyalty should
    be possible in countries where
    Jews art tolerated.
    "The great American patriot.
    Thomas Jefferson, had said tha'
    everyone believing in progress has
    two fatherlands, his own and
    France. Swedish Communists claim
    the) can be loyal to the Soviet Un-
    ion and to Sweden. 1 can feel soli-
    darit) with the Soviet Jews and
    with Sweden. Although I am not a
    Jew, 1 have second fatherland
    Israelbe Israel has promot-
    i ,i world progress
    Another '.i the speakers was Jo-
    seph Bergher-Barzilai, a former
    Palestinian ( mmunist who had
    jp nl 25 years in the USSR, hold-
    - 1 post in the Comitern for
    three ye rs Later, he served 22
    years ii s,|Kr{an prison camp
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    nance. Abraham Kdm, a Chicago
    merchant, who was President of the
    local congregation and was a pop-
    ular leader in loeal noli:us. was a
    staunch admirer of Lincoln and
    pit sented to him upon his election
    as President a silk flag, the work
    of his own hands, in the folds of
    which was inscribed verse 9 of
    ( i apter I of the Book of Joshua
    Have 1 not commanded thee. "Be
    strong and of good courage, be not
    id. neither be dismayed, for
    the Lord thy God is with thee.
    Whithersoever thou goest." '
    In addition to the appointment
    of Jews to high military and civil-
    ian positions, two official acts of
    President Lincoln which were cf
    special Jewish moment, reflected
    his broad spirit of tolerance and
    fairness. One was his recommen-
    dation, approved by Congress, to
    reverse an existing provision which
    had limited the appointment of
    Chaplains in the army to reg-
    ul irly ordained ministers of some
    Christian denomination." In conse-
    quence of the change, four Jewish
    Chaplains were appointed. There
    had been considerable agitation
    over this matter, led by the Board
    of Delegates of American Israel-
    ites, the first representative of
    American Jewry.
    The other was the result of a
    storm of protest during the Civil
    War over General Grant's order
    excluding Jewish peddlers from
    army camps because a few had
    been thought guilty of illegal traf-
    fic. Lincoln rescinded the order,
    and states, "I don't like to see a
    class or nationality condemned
    on account of a few dinners."
    There were more than 10,000 Jew-
    ish soldiers in the Union forces,
    a number far beyond the propor-
    tion of Jewry in the general popu-
    lation.
    Lincoln died early on a Sabbath
    morning Hence the first public ex-
    pressions of shock and grief and the
    first eulogies were delivered from
    the pulpits of Jewish Congrega-
    tions. Of the 50.000 who participat
    ed in the mourning procession in
    New York following the funeral in
    Washington, 7.000 were Jews.
    Much has been written on the in-
    fluence of the Bible, especially the
    Old Testament, on Lincoln's mind
    end soul It was the one book which,
    more than any other he knew, loved
    and quoted. In the soul-shaking
    years before and during the Civil
    War i: often served him as a source
    of com foil and inspiration. He had
    a premonition of his tragic death
    and gave expression to his mystic
    feeling that, like Itoees, he would
    bring his people to the shores of
    the Promised Land but would not
    himself live to enter therein.
    One of the prominent American
    rabbis of the time. Rabbi Isaac If.
    Wise Of Cincinnati, held the view
    that Abraham Lincoln was of Jew-
    ish ancestry, and stated that Lin-
    I coin himself told him so, but it |5
    thOOghl that it may have beta
    nothing more than a bit of picas-
    antry. a; there are no facts
    to substantiate it.
    The assertion is often heard that
    , Lincoln ptm an unreUgiOUg man.
    , A study of his life, letters and con
    \ersations indicates to opposite
    to be the fact. A deep religious
    mysticism pervaded his nature
    When he was about to enter upon
    his presidential duties, h- -ook
    leave cf his home and old associa-
    tions in the following words
    "I now leave not knowing when
    or Whether I may return, with a
    task before me greater than that
    which rested upon Washington.
    Without the assistance of that
    Divine Being, who ever attended
    him, I cannot succeed. With that
    assistance, I cannot fail. Trust-
    , ing in Him who can go with m
    1 and remain with you, and be M
    erywhere for good, let us confi
    dently hope that all will yet bt
    well." In many of the crises
    which subsequently confronted
    him, he invoked the aid of that
    Divine Power.
    On another occasion Abraham
    Lincoln uttered the foUowilLj
    do: "i believe the Will <>i & 1
    vails; without Him all huntai
    liance is vain.
    "I have a solemn oath registered
    I in Heaven to finish the work 1
    in. with malice toward none, with
    charity for all. wiJi firmness in
    tin' right as God gives me
    the right."
    QooduWusfc
    is
    powerfully
    influential
    on
    SOUTH FLORIDA'S QoodJ[{^iC STATIONS
    AM-1080 KC
    NOW 10,000 WATTS
    FM 1Q5-1 MC 160,000 WATTS


    Fnday, May 21. 1965
    'Jew.M fhrifiin
    Page 7-C
    Navy Appoints Adm. Goldberg Bureau Chief
    k
    .: Vice Mayor Alice Wainwright (left> presents Beautiiica-
    :he City of Miami Beautification Committee to Jewish
    Home for the Aged. Receiving the award for the Board of Di-
    rectors oi the Home are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick because of
    I accomplishment in transforming Douglas Gardens into
    3:.e of the noted beauty tpots of Greater Miami."
    ing women's organizations in the community launched
    Dial-a-Thon programs for Combined Jewish Appeal, and the
    three c:oanizations participating in the first week's activity
    Pioneer Women. Hadassah. and Women's American ORT
    avei :qed over SI,000 a day, it was revealed by co-chairmen,
    Charles P. Feinberq (right) and Mrs. Sol Goldstein (left).
    the second week of the Dial-a-Thon. the Women's Auxili-
    of the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Jewish War
    manned the telephones on behalf of the Women's
    : CJA campaign. Mrs. Goldstein and Mrs. Feinbeiq,
    ::Mi .: Beach, are shown here with Mrs. Milton Green, pres-
    By Special Report
    WASHINGTON, DC Roar Ad-
    miral Herschel J. Goldberg has
    been appointed Chief of t.he Bur-
    eau of Supplies and Accounts, it
    has hem announced by tile U.S.
    Department of the Navy.
    Admiral Goldberg la a regular Na-
    vy officer who was commissioned
    in 1935 after graduating from the
    I S Naval Academy at Annapolis.
    After two years of sea duty, he was
    as-signed to the Naval Finance and
    Supply School in Philadelphia. l"|N>n
    a mpleting his training in 1338. he
    was assigned to the Navy Supply
    Corps For the next six years, he
    served in various supply billets
    afloat and ashore, including sev-
    eral in the South Pacific.
    Admiral Goldberg wrote to the
    National Jewish Welfare Board
    that "I well remember when I
    was on duty at Bora Bora, the
    Society Islands, we could not
    have had Jewish services without
    the prayer books you provided.
    I am most familiar and apprecia-
    tive of JWB's work with the mili-
    tary." JWB is the government-au-
    thorized agency for religious, mo-
    rale and welfare services to Jews
    in the U.S. Armed Forces and in
    veterans hospitals.
    In 1947, after a period as execu-
    tive officer of the Supply Depart-
    ment of the Charleston. S.C.. naval
    shipyard. Admiral Goldberg enter-
    ed the Graduate School of Business
    Administration, Harvard Univer-
    sity, where ho received the MBA
    degree.
    Following further tours of duty
    with the Bureau of Supplies and
    Accounts and with Supreme Head-
    quarters, Allied Powers in Kurope,
    he returned to Washington as a
    student in the Industrial College
    ol the Armed Forces. On gradua-
    tion, ho was appointed assistant
    chief of naval material. He was
    promoted to Rear Admiral in 1960,
    while serving as assistant chief
    lusini
    Special
    You'll find complete
    focilities to exactly satisfy
    your needs in the Kismet,
    Aladdin, Scheherazade and
    Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
    wedding or a private party I
    at the
    lor Informatloni
    HAZEL ALLISON
    Coloring Director,
    JE 1-6061
    Bin St. Collins Avo.
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    They ire unequalled In their profession.
    f They ire the dilido's catering staff. They
    ? will make success of any party...
    ' wedding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business
    oV meeting or a social luncheon. They will
    > serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food
    expertly prepared in the diLido's newly
    decorated Cotillion Room. They'll trrange for
    whatever space you require. Cell
    Mr. Tekhner at JEfferson 80811 for the
    best function you've ever heea
    A airfcin fmll InfrpHM_
    for supply management of the Bur-
    eau of Supplies and Accounts Later
    assignments were as vice chief of
    naval material and deputy chief of
    the Bureau of Supplies and Ac-
    counts.
    A native of Highland. Kan.. Ad-
    miral Goldberg was tak^n by his
    family to St. Joseph. Mo., at the
    age of three. He was confirmed at
    I empte Adatjh Joseph in St Joseph.
    He and his wife, the former
    Helen Goldstein, have two eons,
    Michael Jay and Alan David.
    ADMIRAL GOLDBERG
    Kahaner Ladies
    Donor Luncheon
    Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood do
    nor luncheon of Beth Torah Con-
    gregation was held on Wednesday,
    In the Pageant Room of the Hol-
    lywood Beach Hotel.
    Guest speaker was Mrs Harold
    Re i n h a rd, president, Florida
    Branch of the National Women's
    League, stern Players offered
    Tale of Two Goats," by Sholem
    Aleichem.
    planning the luncheon were
    Richard Sneider, vice
    Murray I.evme. CO
    Erving Fune, favors
    cochairman; Hal Evans, co-chair-
    man; George Goodman, vice pres-
    ident; Sol Klfenbein. favors co-
    chairman; Joel Gottehrer donor
    chairman; and Stanley Stein pres
    ident; Adrian Kaufman. Irving
    Newman. Stanley Friedman, host
    esses; Jerome .Schwartz, guest
    book; and Samuel Lob. invitations.
    Silver and Golden awards, plus
    42 Mollie Kahaner charms were
    distributed. Donor chairman is
    Mrs. Joel Gottehrer
    Mesdames
    president
    chairman;
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    FACING BISCAYNE BAY
    "WHIM THE STARS AND MAVtN JOIN TOUR FESTIVITIES"
    AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED
    SIARUGHT BALLROOM
    SEATING UP TO 300
    ir WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS
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    * LUNCHEONS MEETINGS
    CATERING
    Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of
    RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
    CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
    Spaciousness is the
    keynote of your affair
    amidst the ptushness of
    the Doral Counuy Club.
    Weddings, confirmations,
    banquets are enhanced
    by the country club atmos
    phcre of this resort-estate.
    For complete details, please call
    Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage
    Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
    A new standard of
    elegance on Miami
    Beach. Superbly
    > planned and executed
    weddings, luncheons,
    business meetings
    ,.. ranging from
    10 to 1000.


    OCEANFRONl. COLLINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN SOAD MALI
    its Bons Vivants
    Les Bons Vivants. yo-ing adults
    21 to 35, will hold its next gala so-
    cial on Friday, 9 p.m.. at the
    Dunes Motel Evening will include
    dandng to the Bob Parents Band
    and entertainment by Marc Leon
    ard.


    ?age 8-C
    *.jVh / # tUrklicir,
    Friday, May 21. lg
    65
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    ions
    &
    OATH ACHIM. 6303 Collins Av(
    Ortnodox.
    ..... rctay S
    i li.Ii hunted bj Mi .im.i Mr- Hrr>
    Rom ill-* rs. Win. h.i ii 30 [i
    GUOATH ISKAEi.. '801 Carlyle Ave
    Urtnodox. FUbQi Isaac Ever.

    amavat Shalom concrega-
    T ON 985 SW 67th Ae. Orthodox.
    Cantor Israel Kershoer.
    a
    ANSHE EMES 2533 SW ilth Ave.
    Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti.
    president. C.intor Solomon P.ikowitj
    . i" i> i H i. a.in I'.n
    I Sli -i d -,.... i,
    n.l .Mi Jin ., Huron Iti M in -
    '.in
    BETH DAVID 2*>2< SW 3rd Ave Con-
    servative. Conor William W Lip-
    0"
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    .I:i\ '.' :i.im In 1 ti. Main n> ; ... >
    I'hi .. h i'... Mllx-
    i' Mr mill
    I IVilllUI VVl :

    BETH EL. 500 f-W 17th Ave Ortho
    dox Rabbi Solomon Schift.
    i in.
    II main (In-
    r.l

    BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
    lox. Rabbi B"el Wein
    ervices
    tit
    J his (weekend
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    CANDLELIGMING TIME
    19 Iyar 6:43 p.m.
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    IE7H JACOil S01-311 Wash ngton
    Ave. Orti-tao. Cantor Maurice
    che*.

    1ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
    ,rn Traditional Rahm Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Benijmm Brn-Ari.
    niofi s. i-ila: M."i n in
    .Ml' .
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    i.. i rh- Hiarh >i.
    iirrtn i *. i.i Si-i Porllon ol
    i ii \\.. i. Mm. I... 6.1-" p.in

    --UBAN HFCSEW CIRCLE OF MI-
    AMI 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
    don. Rabbi Dov Rozmcwrig.

    rLG-ER GRANADA 50 NW Silt
    PI. Consprvat'v* R.iDhi David Rot-
    -nteid Cantor Georor Goldberg.
    I'm- in S.l I npl.i ..... R&I
    M tavxJi: Ml. ii. -..n ..i Mi and Mi-
    i VVi Is- Mil Im t 10 p in.
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    FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL 180'
    E. Andrews Ave Reform. Rabbi
    Richard V. Leviton.
    HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
    Gross
    a
    HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S NAI. 120'
    Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi
    David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
    Heilbraun.
    HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
    St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
    tor Pincus Aloof.

    SRAFLITE CENTER 3175 SW JSt*
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. SvrsKy Cantor Loins Cohen
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    JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
    Ortnocfox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
    L T H MOSHE CONGREGATION
    '3630 w. Di*ie hi Oontervattva.
    R.ibDi Rici- (i '.ircovitz. Cantor
    Seymour Hirrtn
    v I" Ill s.....I
    . Ml Id
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    t ETH RPH N d ve
    O'tnodox. Hi Sh Kriager.
    ta-y.

    BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joiepfl E. Ricj.s*y
    a -
    1 *M TORAH 164th St. and SE 11th
    Av- Co- Rabbi % i Lip-
    Chita. Cantor Brn-Zion Kirachen-
    baum.
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    E NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183-d St
    Conservative Raoui Haroid Richter.
    Canter Jack Lerner
    \ N iik i 'in I m i Ski
    ii
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    S I' .1 ...i ,. Mi
    V- '.....-till
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    Rabb C Cantoi Abraham Salt.
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    Ave, Orthedex. Rabbi
    A,. >teld.

    VHNYONiiRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional

    3HEV SHALOM OM Normandy Or
    Orfodox Rabbi Ph.neae Weber.



    I ii
    SEPHAPOC JEWISH CENTER. 845
    Col'ms Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mm.
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    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1035 NE "8.Jri! St Miami
    Ga'den*. Rd. R.ibbi Jonah E. Caoian.
    Cantor Maurlsa Nen.
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    OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
    Rabbi Stauber Of
    Young Israel
    ii Sherw in Stauber is spirit
    i leader of Y o n n g Israi l of
    1st SI \ Miami Beach, lit has
    fctld the pulpit there tor the pa-t
    Greater Miami, located at 990 NI
    . years.
    Rabbi Stauber received hia re*
    iiiuv training al the Ner i
    abainical College at Baltimore,
    J I. and the Meaivta Rabbi C'haim
    J -rlin in New York City, when !i-
    calve I in- Mincha (ordination)
    ]> mi the world-renowned Dean of
    the Mesivta, Rabbi Isaac Uotner
    lie received his secular cduca-
    '. ii ai Johns Hopkins University,
    rooklyn College, the Universitj
    vli; mi. and N e w York Law
    J* hool He holds the degrees of
    tociatc in Arts, Bachelor ol
    - and Bachetbr of i
    Rabbi Stauber is an attarncy,
    m it ted to the practice of law
    fort the United States Mstricl
    < urts oi the Federal Government,
    a* Ik- Snpresoe Court of
    si, e i.r Florida lie Is a men
    1 r oi the Florida Bar Assorts
    m
    Prior In Young Israel. Itabhi
    - rvad a- executive ctof oi the Beth Jacob Beth Mir
    School for Girls and spiritual
    I- ader of i'oiiaie','ation Zichron
    in New York City. He ha*i
    b so held the position of education
    a director of Congregatiaa Knes-
    * th Israel and Instructor of ri-
    ud at the Hebrew Academy of
    latni Beach.
    Rabbi Stauber is a member of
    ' e Rabbinical Alliance and Cotm-
    i.l of Younn Israel Rabbis He
    RABBI SMIRVJiU STAUBtR
    i- mi the Board of Directors of the
    Gur Aryeh institute for higher
    learning and is president of the
    Orthodox Rabbinical Council of
    Greater Miami.
    Rabbi Slaulier is married to the
    former Barbara Ti-i"IJ .laray Mrs
    Stauber was trained as a teacher
    at Brookl.Mi College and the Beth
    Mtotrash Lemoros in New York
    City. They have four children
    Daniel Akivah 8. Stirah Leah 7.
    Moshe Rphraim 5", and Aaron Pa
    vid 2.
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    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5so N- Kendall
    Or So Miami Reform. RaUtu
    Herbeit B.i.nngard.
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S- 14th Avt. Reform
    Rabbi Samual Jaffe.
    a
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH KOO SW
    120th St. Reconstructions Rabbi
    Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    ueb.
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    TI ."-..N- Sal
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    i '"inn it l.....f Si-1,-1 "I
    a
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1723 Monroe St Conjervative.
    H.iuoi Moiton Malavsxy. Cantor
    Ernest Steiniir.
    a
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 4'44 Chae
    Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K'omah
    Cantor Oavid Convner.
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    TEMPLE BNAi sHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22na A.e Conservative. RabDi S. M
    Machtei Caitoi Abraham Reiseman.
    .' n in. s>.rni. Ii n mi H si, Ii.-,. --
    I, I I
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    TEMPLE BETH TOV 647.9 SW 8th
    St Conservative. Haobi /evi Green-
    waia.
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    lid I hi u mill
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    TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave Conservative Raob. living
    Lthi "..in Cantoi Zvi a

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    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 \E 19th St.
    Refoim Rabbi Josept. R. Narot
    |l III s. i ...
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    Mi mix il ...lint .-,i.....thin I.,
    it .11 I..- honored
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    TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ava.
    Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per.
    ij i- in >.! nun "The I'n-
    i n. -. ..) Ti ni|.i. Judast, Hi.
    - 1*0 erli .n \\ inn ;i Tern-
    Should i:.- Suturda) 1: ., m
    ami/. ,ih i:.,i.. 11. ...I, oi Mr
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    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owiU. Cantor Edward Klein.
    r'i i,i..> n r. j. m s,., in,.i: r..\,ti.
    '|"I Ho- Urnil S..... i. M||
    l;..l.iii. ilautrhter ..i Mi and Mrs
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    TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Raboi Eugen* Laoovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    I i lluj i in Sal uidaj > i .. ii.
    I :.n I i ,. ,
    Mr- \l
    a
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
    875i SW lotn St. Miami Habbi
    Bamuet Apni Cantor Nn-o CaWman,
    - i i \ TnInn.
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    TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI
    12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
    '' "' i ii.,,,
    und M.iii.w ii. .
    TEMPLE TiFEHETH JACOB. 951
    fe. 4th Ave., Hiaiean. Conservative.
    -'ri.i..) I |. in Hal untiij
    a
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Av.
    Conservative. Rabbi Hershei Brooks
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    I 'i "' 1} *:!" |i in .-. i i,i
    --''. i ..- hi \x ,
    a
    TEMPLE Z ON. 8000 Miller RQ
    Consei vative. Rabbi Aitrro W.m
    man.
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    urn
    a
    TIFERETH ISRAEL i00 N. Mlm
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    Orthodox. Raobi Sherw.n Stauber.
    Synopsis of Torah Portion of th* Week BEHAR
    Fields he fallow ei h -eventh year. Snofar proclaims nftietj
    \ ear as jubilee.
    The seventh \ear stall be a sabbath neither sow thy tielrt
    . ." (Lev. 2.">.4I halliw Ihe fittieth year and proelaini
    liberty throtiphotit the land (25.10).
    BEHAR "And the Lord spoke unto Moses in Mount Sinai,
    s.-iyiny When >e come into the land which I give you. uien
    shall the land keep a sahhath unto the Lord ... in the seventh
    year shall Ik* sahhath oi soiemn rest for the land thou -halt
    neither sov thy field, nor prune thy vineyard And the
    bath-produce of the land shall be for fowl for you: lor thee, and
    for thy servant and for thy maid, and tor thy hired servant and
    tor the settler by f.hy side that sojourn with thee: and for th>
    cattle, ami for the boasts that are in thy land i Lev 25.1-71
    Following seven sabbatical years, the fiftieth year i- to
    observed as a jubilee. "Thai ninth groweth of ,ts.-lf of thy harvi st
    Una shalt not reap" (Lev. 25.5i Scripture thin states. And
    shall hallow the Fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout the
    land unto a'l the inhabitants thereof; it shall be a jubilee unto >" I
    . Ye shall return every manunji) his possession" I Lev. 25.10 11 .
    The same laws pert.iinin"lo the sabbatiftl year hold true of
    the jubilee. In addition, all fields return to their original owner-.
    every Hebrew slave is free to return to his home A lb brew slave
    can always be redeemed; if he is not redeemed, he goes free in
    the jubilee year.
    And if thy brother he waxen poor, and his means fail with
    thee; Then thou shalt uphold him: as a stranger and a settler stall
    he live wit.h thee Take thou no interest of him or increase; but
    fear thy Gad; that thy brother may live with thee Thou shalt noi
    .ii,. him thy money upon interest, nor give him thy victuals i j-
    increase i Lev. 25.i5-.171.
    This recounting of tha Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
    tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
    Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamtr, $15 Publisher is
    Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
    York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
    is Joseph Schtang.
    '.si
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIP.T
    Young People Need
    Adults to be Models
    By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
    Executive Director
    Southeast Region
    United Synagogue of America
    What is your view of the moral
    status of our young people to-
    day?
    Ill
    B^b^bBM Jjb^bH i|u.
    rabbi KUTCHIK ** teen aee alcohol-
    ism, dope addiction and violence.
    in \ i^ta and in similar ente
    involving sacrificial devoi
    a worthwhile cause which il
    bem tits other people
    I do not believe that thi
    world has given teen-agers
    stability in terms ol findin
    inn hence some of the fniMra
    tion the misdirected energj and
    the empty search for "kicks Wt
    the moralit) of are not, In a word, models
    m ii si teenagers which our young ma) pal
    themseh es except ol course u
    our desire for security, wealth and
    in our cynical disregard ol all th-
    eopj book maxims b> which *e
    are "supposed to 11v e
    Teen agers are therefore
    . inservatfve, ti>n interested in at
    hunt ad*, ancement. an c
    concerned about respectful of authority
    the good ble BS same tune that a good minorit)
    have risen above their I
    meni to lead the way in sensitivi
    concern for the downtn
    in devotion to the causi
    Whatever their road.
    are marvelous people
    I think that
    t o d a y. Im iio
    not have speed
    ic environmental
    problems ol I W
    vere nature, i-
    good, and could
    !>* better :i v\r
    ai'.ults vv re as
    One would imagine from reading v.oikts we nhould take k}J i" help
    this literature that the teen | _
    world is abysmally immoral and
    deteriorating rapidly
    These supposed indications ol
    immorality are disease symptoms
    more closely related to poverty,
    undisciplined affluence, frustra-
    tion and other psycho env iromneii
    tal factors which do not necessarily
    shed liuht on the value system ol
    the normal teenager I work with
    teen agers, and I find them de
    lishtful, energetle and idearrsttc
    ally inclined
    I'erhaps my vie" is too narrow
    ai (I mv group too atypical bul it
    i^ as a result of mj BSS iati..r
    with United ue Youth
    members that I am not a) all sui
    "In n I read ol the i
    "t 'hi p, ,,, Corps
    ii the Mississippi Freedom School
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    am: | v
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    i,
    D. MAX l.ll'-r;
    m-; to haahtsn We can do thi* best
    b> beini; ourselvee, all thai w<
    would like them to bee.....
    Beth Moshe
    Elects Officers
    \i the mniial meeting rv
    Moshe i'"" ie ration Ihi I :<'nv-
    in" w-o*-.. .l.-.-icd to office for 'hi"
    year 1069 I96fl
    Provident, Ma-" Marti)
    rahtina v lee nresidenL B ib Hai
    ri: mentbefihiD < ice i
    \l Bloek; vice presid '
    \'|.\v"..ri. i sh.Tiiian W '" ''
    naneinl w ret r> .1 >v
    . Burton StraH n
    secret) Dorottrj !
    responding secretary. Ruth Ros<
    strauch
    Dlreeters for I
    Fiied.-i Btaak Leonard II
    Martin London. Mltton "
    ''liarles Weissm.in. 1>. i Do olo-
    off
    Trusten for oae year lersji B id
    Rrietbaii .lack Brown Bob Dali
    Stanlev Ghttter, Mas Breeal
    Holdover rfirectors oae-ves
    term Prank Epstein, Joseafi Katz
    ' Beta Tortti ffarrj Knafflan, Herbert Lelchuk,
    c n :. f \nr,h ,\f,am, I j Stanley RoaenstraucB.
    Btmh. Installation will take place If
    *eMef eveninv -ervice. on May
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    = I Friday. May 21. 1965
    +M wist fkrkBat)
    Paqe 9-:
    Miss Shelly Sharpe, "Miss Miami Beach," is pictured with
    Mrs. Hyman P. Forrest, the first Miss Miami Beuch. at Tem-
    ple Emanu-El's Sisterhood spring tea at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel. Miss Sharpe is the niece of M:s. Herbert S. Shapiro,
    Sisterhood president, and uppeared as a surprise quest ut
    the tea during which a tribute to the 5Cth birthday of Miami
    Beccn was presented.
    ;vice of Miami women for Israel Bonds is the Miami
    Ch ;pter of Hadassuh. 110m left are I
    PlatoH, Miss Lillian Goodman B. Nat Barth.
    lual Hadassp.h event for Israel Bonds this vear will
    ce a luncheon on May 24. A feature of this year's event will
    e tamed Givenchy-Israel Fashion Show.
    Beach UN Will Hear Newsmen
    President of Women's ORT in Iran
    Meets With Shah's Twin Sister
    By Special Report
    A raven-haired, statuesque wom-
    en dressed in a su] erWj tailored
    brown suit paid > visit this week
    '(' the national headquarters of
    women's American ORT In N<
    York.
    She is Mine Solayman Senehi,
    president ol Women's Iranian ORT.
    and member <>i the Women's Com-
    mittee m Princess Ashraf, twin
    sister of Iran's Shah, Mohammed
    Reza Pahlavi. Leaving Canada,
    v here she has ;< daughter and son
    in-law. Mine Senehi "dropped in"
    tc meet with Wpraen's ORT leaders
    of .i sister organization here in the
    I S
    Mine. Senehi described herself as
    s "pioneer" in building ORT in
    Iran. The program, which beuan
    .n 1949, ran inio "great difficulties"
    it first Many families were hesit-
    ant about sending children t<> a vo-
    cational school. There was also
    resistance t sending girls, "but,"
    said Mine Senehi, who has served
    as president of the Women's OUT
    -i up in Iran for 18 year>. 'the
    i iMii mous value f vocational edu-
    cation soon proved its worth I sent
    m> own daughter to ORT Iran."
    Mine. Senehi said thai it was not
    easy to establish a Women's Group
    in her land, where women were, up
    until recent times, still considered
    second-class citizens She observed
    ORT members had man} osmta-
    Sinai Students
    To Get Awards
    During closing exercises of Tern-
    - nai Religious School schi d-
    Sin da} it a.m., the Tern-
    Sisterhood will distribute
    Is i [he stu lents
    i in 'Ih. irxiay, Ma} 27, at 10 a m.,
    ra xercises w hel 1
    studi nts of the Temple -
    Pi. School
    .resident of Temple
    Sinai, will address the class
    R bbi Dan-
    it M Low) h ill gh e the bli ss
    K n e u s, radio
    i ntator. will address an
    1 Uiai
    of the United Nations \-
    Mondaj s p m., at
    l'i!< ,il .v.\ ings A,i i:
    I Was ve
    K r< ss will be
    Work at Pea* e -
    Not I'
    : ice presi
    h i
    will be chairman ol the evei

    (i IN TIMES
    OF SORROW
    express what words
    * cannot I
    " R c' m \ rnr
    ll.OWl.lls AMttilLHS
    Xxotitfimkis
    MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
    63S-4SI6 53:4-3361
    CORAl GABIES
    665-5423
    HOUYWOOO fT. IAUOFRDALE
    7051 FR 17398
    Dignified, beautiful and
    reverently cared for
    Surroundings for our
    departed loved ones are
    tree of very real
    comfort to all.
    cles to "\ ercome, imt thai thej or
    - ized theater evei -. made
    -pec, he necked on doors"
    in support
    Al first, ORT Iran had only make
    shift buildings erected on the
    inds of the Jewish cemetery,
    located In Teheran's outskirts,
    "Since then," -aid Mine. Senehi
    "amazing changes have taken
    place, ORT is out of the ceraeterj
    l"i mans years and h.is become
    the most modern school ot its kind
    in Iran today!"
    ORT Iran has attracted not only
    the attention of, but receives some
    financial support from the Iranian
    Government, which considers the
    program a kind of "pilot project
    ORT in Iran, a nation engaged in
    8 sweeping and constant drive for
    industrialisation, presently enrolls
    some 2.000 Students each year. It
    has been honored by visits from
    the Shah and his sisters.
    Mine Senehi. whose family is in
    the import-export business, serves
    as ORT's delegate to oemmiitee
    which supervises women's groups
    thn uj; out the i ountry. This i o
    mittee it headed by Prince \
    raf, bo has chan pioni
    hi for 'i n n Iran I
    The Shah's pah;. it S
    ibed bj Mme Sen.
    ,.- .. magn i D
    i ;
    hi ugh the garden.
    "A f' ii cools the con idor
    the white marble palace threi
    h committi membi pas
    'I he furruluri gi een silk a
    velvet, in the selon is very sunn
    Antiques are mixed with mode
    pieei -
    "Butlers in black serve tea
    small Persian cups with sih
    holders. The members rist vvhi
    the princess enters the room ui
    bow when she leaves. But \vh.
    she is among us. the princess
    truly a friend; there is no !'
    n-.alit>."
    Mine Senehi will return 10 Iri
    with news of the activities ss
    plans of her -i.-tor organization,
    Waj of Japan and Pakistan.
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    No. 66C 4420
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