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cJewish Flondian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 38 — Number 22 Miami. Florida, Friday. May 28, 1965 Three Sections Price 20 Mapai Leaders Resign from Cabinet IN COMMITTEE HEARING ] oice Opposition To Senate Brake On Arab Boycott CAPITOL Hill SUFPORT MOUNTS PAGE 6-C v. NC.TON (JTA) L'n : State Geoi | i Ba I tarj i( Commerce John I • Monday told a Senate %  thai while the Arab : American firms dealing H • \ Under questioning, Ball asserted that firms that cooperate with the Arab boycott are in a better position "to work out Continued on Page 2-A Almogi and Peres Quit In Show of Strength For Gurion Challenge SHIMON PUttS Defense Minister II ..il is looked up >n bj the %  "ii u 1th resentment, it firmly opposes the fore the Senate aimed sui b lycotl on the lull, which was bj Sen Harrison Wil .'< M Jersey Democrat, and S bs Javits, New York Restarted before the Senate %  nil Currencj Committee I r< larj Hall concern iat il i all his arguments tn the commHtee that the %  istlation would gravel> hur \ In itiat.cin policies Eshkol Calls Hanging Of Jew 'Barbaric' Act JERUSALEM — JTA Premier I •". i Eshkol used the term "murth.s week t" describe the ex ecution of Eli Cihen, it. in Da,iion charges of espionage for l rael. He said thai the Israeli, whose liar Against Jews Seen Coming Down Across U.S. AJCOMMITTEE JOINS ICBC \ • YORK i JTA i — Hani Jews ami Christian an suburbia are coming work and community re ai cording to a report on rican Jewish Committee eported here. \ report OH the five year study 3iltad at the 58th annual of the Committee by Dr 1 -awson, its executive vice pn • nt. The study indicated that half of the Christians sur1 v pressed lack of concern w bow many Jews lived in ei hborhood. PACE 16-A Known as the Lakevillt study — a fictional name given to the midwestern community studied— the survey sought to probe basic trends on how Jews and nonJews gel along in the suburban community and future trends of American suburban intergroup living. Lakeville was considered typical of American suburbs. The survey was based mainly on interviews with residents Lake vil'e which has 24,000 parsons, about one third of them Jews. Continued on Pago 13-A bod) wi l.'i. hanging in a square ft r six hours after the execution. was the victim of internal political turmoil in Syria and of tensions between Syria and the ether Arab states He explained that Israel had maintained silence during the 40-day "fake" trial because efforts were made in all possible areas, through organisations and "highly esteemed" international personalities, to save the Israel's life, and "we did not want to interfere." Through the United Nations Mixed Armistice Commission, IsContinued on Page 3-A TEL AVIV (JTA) Shimon Peres resigned as Deputy Deft nse Minister and Yosef Almogi as Housing Minister this week in the expanding internal struggle in the Mapai Party leadership between former Premier David Ben-Gurion and Premier I.evi Eshkol. Both men said, in their letters of resignation, that they had resigned in response to Premier EshkoPs challenge to Ben-Gurlon's Mapai followers in the Cabinet to do so if they shared Ben-Gurion attitude that Eshkol was 'unfit*' to lead the party and the country. Ben-Gurion again openly challenged Eshkol's party leadership with a letter to all newspapers in which he again called the Premier unqualified and added he would not allow his name to be on the joint Mapai Achdut Avodah list negotiated by the Premier, which has been vehemently denounced by BenGurion. "I will not give my hand to an alignment list which in my opinion does not come to strengthen the unity of Israeli labor but on the contrary, although I believe many supporters of alignment want true union.'' Ben-Gurion declared in the letter lie said he had worked with Eshkol in the Histadrut. the Jewish Agency and the Government for many years and lauded Continued on Pago 5-A i TOSEF AIMOGI Housing Minister Banned Anti Semitic Units in Open Rally Bl'ENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Two anti-Semitic demonstrations, one by Tacuara and Guardia Rest aura. ilora Nationalists, the other by a pxmp calling itself the Federation of Ala!) Entities, wire staged here this week, publicly proclaiming I stility against Jews in general and again-: Israel. While both Tacuara and the GRX are banned I y the Government, the t w o ultra right organizations joined before the monument to Gt v.. i al s.i : Mai n, the Argen tine rational hi ro, In a r illy rh it etc i "against Freemasonry, Communism and Judaism Guarded by youths wearing brown shirts reminiscent of tho uniforms of tho Hitler Jugond, tho principal speaker, Tacuara leader Guillermo MacGreon, announced initiation of an antiSemitic, anti-democratic drive, threatening: "Our next gathering will be with arms." Meanwhile, the Federation oi Arab K ti ies, at a separate meeting, said it ua. commemorating the 17th anniversary, oi "the oust mg of the Arabs from Palestine.' Among the speakers wire two Continued on Page 7 A Heart AttackFells Sweden Chief Rabbi STOCKHOLM — (JTA) — Chief Ral bi Kurt Wilhelm. of Stockholm, died this week after a heart attack reportedly caused by disclosure of plans ol a Swedish Nazi gang : kill all Swedish Jews Dr. Wilhelm. who had been Chief Rabbi since 1948, was 65. The Nazis had repeatedly accused him of anti-Christian activities. Born in Bagdenburg, Germany. Dr. Wilhelm was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York and served as a rabbi in a number of German cities prior to the Nazi regime. He emigrated to Palestine in 1935, serving as editor of :he Shocken Publishing House in Jerusalem until 1W8. when he settled in Stockholm. The murder plans of the Nazis were found in documents uncovered by police in a recent raid in which seven cf the Nazis were arrested. Police also seized two caches of arms. The documents included tape reContinued on Page 3-A '65 CJA Goes Over the Top ir ris B. Abram (right), president of the American Jewish Comand US lepresentative to the UN Commission on Huma 'i R.ghts, greets Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg. w 'ho has ju=t been elected an honorary vice president of the human relations agency, taking the post filled for many by the late Herbert H. Lehrman. Justice Goldberg's ^•ection took place at the AJC's 58th annual meeting in New York City. The 1983 C mbined Jewish Appeal went over the top Saturday llighl with an announced figure Ih n |1 150.232. This is $i.v152 more than its goal of $1,435,080 Some 400 c; mmunity leaders heard the report at the 27th annual meeting o. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and CJA victory dinner dance held al the new YM and WHA, 8500 SW 8th St.. first %  •" ''< kind ever held Bi an affiliated facility of the Federa ii, |iIn In ; Lehrman, chairman ot bin< Jewish Ippeal campaign, made the announcement thai the Jewish community had successfully swept past its annual goal for the second successive year Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for thrse terms, was succeeded by Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dado Federal Savings and Loan Association, following elections held at the meetir.g. In accepting the presidency, Lipton said thai "the Federation is an organization charged with tlie Continued on Page 15-A



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Page 2-A +Jenist noridiair Friday, May 28. Administration Hits Boycott Stand pointed out that if left unchallenged, the Arab boycott set a precedent involvii the L'ntted States in all the Continued from Page 1-A solitions" to their blacklisting jroblems than firms that refuse •o cooperate with the boycott of'ice. Asked whether the wording adopted during the weekend by &f he House International Trade Subcommittee — which would give the President the disere%  i ondry authority to promulgate anti-boycott regulations—would oe acceptable to the State Deaartment, Mr. Ball replied. Quite frankly, I myself would not know what the Department of Commerce (which would have •o act for the President) could do. Very little, I think." Secretary of Commerce Connor sserted in ls testimony that lould the law prohibit American firms irom responding to boycott office questionnaires American would be subjected to •nous prohibitions on the "i the Arabs He claimed thai while ii may he assumed thai the KJ American firms that are now n the Arab blacklist were inter i l m the proposed legislation, %  • %  s that now choose to tradi the Arabs to the exclusion of Israel were not interested in such : lation Both the Secretary ol %  MI and the l ndersecrearj ... e bo; cott has onlj a marginal n Israel • i Si nati Bank n at the beginning ol his • ie witness! • %  %  -tent of ii i tratioi declare itself >-i d to the \iab boycott bul same time oppose i eel cres against it He re jet I i ai iment that the bill would ,. %  \ %  %  erii embargo 01 ti g thai tin bill spe fici ers to boj friendlj lo the L'n Referring to Administration arguments' that the boycott can best be handled by the Administration on a case to case basis. Sen. Williams noted that he himself and the other 30 Senators who co-sponsored the proposed bill believe that "neither the State nor the Commerce Departments have effectively dealt wfth this problem nor efficiently protected the American businessman." The grave warnings of possible Arab read ion to an anti-boycott bill were ridiculed by Sen William Proxmlre. Wisconsin Demo ciat. in his questioning of Admin istration witnesses "1 find it hard to believe that a countrj as powerful as the United States would be serioiish affected bj Aral) attempts to put all American firms on a blacklist. This seems to be most ridiculous.' Sen Proxmlre declared Another member ol tile committee. Sen Waiter Mondale. Minne sola Democrat, also told Adminis tration witnesses that he. .,a co sponsor of the bill, v as reatl> surprised by the Administration intents n< ting that while the lull isufficient!) flexible, it would "give the Administration .in importanl new tool against the Vrab boycott which the state De partmenl also deplon i** termites work|jj year r ound Sen Edmund Muskie, Main.' Democrat, asked the Slate Depart ment to submit documentation to show what help the Depart ment provides to businessmen who were affected by the Arab boycott The lust public witness m sup port ol the bill Mondaj was Irving .1 Fam. chairman ol Apex Rubber an i Tire Company of Rhode is land, who appeared on bebalt ol the American Israel Public Allans Committee His te-timon\ was so impressive that members ot the 'committee, who received a COPJ of his statement in advance, look the unusual step of asking Admin istration witnesses to reply to Mr Kain's arguments even before Mr. Fain testified, and later when some of his arguments were countered by Administration witnesses Mr. Fain was asked bj 'he mem ben of the committee to reply to those counterarguments Mr Plain, who also testified be fore the House Subcommittee laSl week, rejected the argument that the Aral) boycott is nol effective, noting that Administration statist ies showing the expansion ol Is rael's trade do not show the deter T> OTARION HEARING AIDS WHiLE YOU WAIT Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TtKm TRADES 2-\ FOR THE PAST 2 YEARS 2-A HYMAN GALBIT Has Been 1 Miami Beach Councilman AND • THE PROPOSED "FLAMINGO PARK GIVEAWAY" WAS CRUSHED • PROPERTY TAXES WERE HELD TO A MINIMUM • MIAMI BEACH BLOSSOMED AS A TELEVISION CENTER • TALKS AND ACTION BEGAN FOR A SEPARATE COUNTY • DISCUSSION AND MOVES WERE MADE FOR A CRU'SE PORT • THE 50th ANNIVERSARY RETURNED WORLD WIDE PUBLICITY A South Shore Clinic Was Built • City Improvements Kept Up With Expanding Needs • Municipal Services Were Stepped Up • An Art Museum Was Built • Senior Citizen Activities and Benefits Increased • Miami Beach Had Two Consecutive Record-Breaking Seasons • Plans Again Began for a Baseball Stadium for Our Youths • A Proposed Bus-Rate Was Defeated • City Library Facilities Were Expanded — Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. — No Other GROUP 1 Candidate Had Anything To Do With Civic Improvement for the PAST TWO YEARS Except HYMAN GALBl'T WITHOUT AHY TAX INCREASE to Miami Beach Citizens Why Change \ Good Thing? &*J • • • rr itj v>i#s^ PROVE* ijim I.MIIP i\ corxm 2-A BUSINESSMAN-ATTORNEY-CIVIC LEADER 2-A rent efleet of the hoveott on American business community. ll„ warfare activities countries. hetw mic ... 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'ay 28, 1965 JmWi nerldfinn Paqe 3-A Canada TV Refuses To Cancel Interview i subject which should m \ei leall with bj the CBS Beach Senior High School is the only public school in i County offering Hebrew as a foreign language. This ners of the Golden "Ayin" awards for excellence i w are lleft to right' Richard Tuibin, Barbara Blum and Swire, graduating seniors. Lei Eshkol Denounces Syrian Hanging lew as Brutal Act of 'Barbarism' •imued from Page 1-A rutted i" Syria a re [he I lal in .ilearned thai Israel an approach to i lion" '" use its •>! hi Ip recover the \ ictim's i oreign Ministo *!*> shock and outrage" over %  • %  • r ion, asserting thai an i itizen" as executed •• aveatj I>I ;i trial (thoul i rtunity f> the emteetary justice and clemency." Israel had offered to turn over 'o Syria any or all of its Syrian prisoners in exchange for commutation ot the death sentence. That offer tor, was reiected by the Syrians. They rebuffed clemency appeals from two Europeheads ot state, Pope Paul, and countless other leading world personalities. Officials ol ih' Premier's office started a special fund fi i the tarn Uy, ;i widow ami three children. Eta) T.nn. when the fa mil) lives. decided to name a street m Mr. Cohen's memor) .i~ did Ualfa and Lydda Mr Cohen the lirsIsraeli executed in Syria He was convict• I May 8 on l belli I "I eiiteriiiu a military erea hi diafuaK and passmi; classified information to Israel Kabbi Nassim Afldbu. paiifl. UMIS leader of Syria's Jewish coin iiuinit>. joined ilie condemned man in a final prayer, according to the 11 pi It Mr Cohen came lo Israel with rothers and sisters after the Sinai campaign Arab newspapers re ported he later reached Syria via Argentina where under the as Mimed name Of C I'mile Amin Thstthet. he made hi\va> to Damascus whenhe became friendly with Syrian leaders, inchidinir Cabinet Ministers and high-rntriag military officers troiii whom it was clUUPged, he ebfined information which allegedly was radioed each morning h> I-ruel MONTRAEL JTA) The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation refused this week to cancel showing oi a film oi an interview with I.em Reifenstahl, close friend oi Hitler and his Propaganda Minister Josef Goebbels Miehael (iarher. lanadian Jewish Congress president, protested the program, scheduled for broadcast this month |n a letter to CBS President Alphonsc Ouimet. Car her wrote that the planned tele tast caused "a considerable feeling of pain and desolation at what we deem to be at least insensitivit) and at most serious Irresponsibility m the planning and producing of programs thai featuri Nazis." In recent months the network has presented interviews with Canadian and l s \a/i>. mclui I.I oi .. Rockwell Ouimet said in reply that it was certainly not the purpose of the CBS to 'glorify" Nazis in any way. but that he felt that the network "within reason" should be free to air programs on many topics which were "interesting, topical, educational, informative and so on." He said a ban on Nazi programing would set a precedent for pos sible bans on Communism or apartheid and thai the network •cannot accept the sugge s t i on J made in your letter that Nazism is | WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER • Mil TON CATNO* • BITTY GRAYSON • MAX GRHNWALD • EDWARD OSNfg LEVER 4-A Paid Pol, \.i\ BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR TWO! N. 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Page 4-A +Jewlstincrkitar) Friday, May 28. 1965 "ejewisli Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The JrwtFh Meridian does not guarantee the Kaahrulb of the merchandise, advertised In Ms column*. Published every Friday .Inc. 1* iliirinrf t hp u'f'pk public of West German > and (11111111: UIC nCCa the State of Israel is hisinric for many reasons. Principal amoung these, at least for the record, is the knitting „f a schism created by the Hitler era, when there was no Jew. ish nation in a political sense Hence, the exchange of invoys bridges a hiatus in Jewish history to which the Germans contributed so significantly even if the bridging must be seen in violently negative terms. Whether either the Jews or the Germans like it. whether in fact both are re polled by it. the two countries are entwined in a literally blooil relationship that has absolutely no parallel elsewhere. This is a peculiar political reality Whatever their intellectual contribution to the development of Western civilization. Jews hive mainly been regarded in a fundamentally paradoxical way On the one hand, lip-service has always been paid to their spiritual role, on the other, the victims of anti-Semitism, they have been held U| symbolic of all that is repugnant, a people eternally damned in the predominantly Christian viW. %  %  • Above all compliments and canards surrounding tbeir perilous existence, despite the admitted levels of opulence ai ceptance they achieved in a variety of European cultures. :l have had to deal with the myth that they are special: that th. e> perti.-e lies in areas other than battle, agriculture or common Nevertheless, without the ability successfully to achieve in any, if not all of these field.plus many more, the State of Israel could never emerge in our time in addition, the emergence tee fully predicated upon the ashes of the Jewish European pest, wl the Germans manufactured in their concentration camp cauldron} and gas chambers. -:• -:-:AH IND JO IXFIA7I0N Of CO/IT ADD TO THIS the fact that the Federal Republic <>f West G< •^ is one df the great powers m the world to lay, while Israel graphic size and populate n is one of the smallest, and the pai fears and animosities surrounding the new diplomatic aci e\er more meaningful. Seen in these terms, the relationsl deed historic Certainly, it could not have emerged out "f less than leadi rship in both nations: for neither has a monopol) on • hatred or the will to punish, S timi to understand the suddei Oermai sioi I act ord u ith Israi Sasci uhimful tal %  to MM! Cairo is merel) pn ndist muck Howcvei ridden Bonn is about unification, and any movi in the du ical n cogi it i"'. ol East G aj i ei ugh to have ci ow ed but kepi The sudden decision to recognize Israel d< jure and to the Nasser nettli • sequence of it. can oi %  bi when more time has Above all things the answei be tuund in the German conscience For it was the Adenaui istration that brought conscience concerning Jews to f< and it was the Adenauer administration that failed t" res cord, if anything, the Brhard administration is far furthe from a MUM of guilt; for the Germans as a whole, largel) the) should not inforced forever to expiate their sins, and time has now arrived for expiation to come to an end. APPl&LINC TO THt lOrVfSr UVH ?JHAT ABOUT THE feelings in Israel'' Dr. Joachim Prinj pres ident of the American Jewish Congress, put it succinctl) Miami last week when he wondered aloud how Israelis on seeing the West lierman flag flying in the streets of their cities during state occasions His answer was equally succinct: All nl thi is beside the point. The new diplomatic accord means much '" 'he future welfare of Israel, which must not be muddled by grudgi the past. Dr I'rinz is. of course, correct. My own gum is that Israelis will ultimately come to see it this way and to leal about it this way, too; but they will make a lot of noise beforehand — the) everyone to guage the depth of their outrage and th.bn adth of their rejection of the notion that there can ever be an> valid relationship between Germany and their very injure solves Sadly, former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion now seems honi on trading upon this confusion His attack against Premier I week is a case in point In calling Mr Kshkol •unfit'' to le Israel. he is appealing to the lowest possible level of political inti Incountry Fortunatel) tor the best interests of Israel at its worst, is all loo high hence the proliferation of > ties representing .. broad gamut of opinion and personalities which insists upon its virtues as a potential duet of state Mr Ben-Gurion should know better What he seemi plying is that It was Mr i i brought about tl %  ,:i1 I act is that i',( himself ii among Iti architects CHIAP PAHDIRIHG TO JHf GAllfffr ly|R. BENGURION'S : tion in June, 1963 was ward!) as a coi ffei German policies .'ustwo months before, Foreign Min i Meir had announced to the world the presence ol Germai working on rockets in Egypt Why, Israelis wondered, did B ipoi achieving .. rapprochment with a nation that had dered six-million Jews and whose technicians were alread sisting Nasser in the job ol liquidating in their country the remnants of the European Jewish past Admittedly, Mr Ben-Gurion resigned for other res He felt he could strive more effectivel) toward electoral refoi the truth is that \tr Ben-Gurion never really resigned. He I tended returning to his Premier's office m the new Klrya at the Hebrew Universit) in Jerusalem On the one band I dale was the next national election in August <>f this yeai other, he had alread) forced Levi Bshkol's recent n 1 to bring down the coalition and catapult himself ba • seat of central power In this he failed His latest attack against Eshkol now firml) fixes Mr B< i ts on August It is ., ,. hl a |. pandering to the gallery Israeli hatred oi all thii an. to the governmental m which could never have come to pas. without his own coi i" sad politics It ignores the welfare of his country. Iti est possible power pU) and unbecoming him.



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Friday. May 28, 1965 Jen 1st fhridfirir Page 5-A In one of his las! official duties as president of the Greater wish Federation. Sidney Lefcourt (left) presents Nor!lot with the 1964 President's Leadership Award, citinq Pallot as an outstanding young leader of the community ':id of me Federation." Pallot was chosen by Lefcourt and a nee of Federation past presidents end cited at the rial General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Fedns and Welfare Funds in St. Louis last November. Presentation of the local award was made at Saturday evenc-.'inual meeting in the Greater Miami YM and YMHA. See story, Page 1-Al 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you ned copies ot ( Reproduced on Bond Paoer i WHIIE YOU WAIT ) Cash t Cmrry -ETTEHS BULLETINS LISTS PORMS -• I "ORTS CONTRACTS fcn-vmp Miami 8i-| '* iS N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 10815 SUNSHINE PRESS ""'65 DODGE"" Othr Fine Cart $2 5 Per Day plu* Viiraqt BENS RENTALS 1451 W. 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Quaranteee "UNDERSTANDING CARE") Non Pre/if Nan Stctoriam MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS %  ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A A DIVISION or inctican TITLE ,M turn Am i cu-ifi-" Rap Paper's Rockwell Quarantine i The %  %  '. Partj with the .otojecIve | '.. publicity nd mini nizing their impact." il is a •• rtcd in an article in the cur issue i : the Colu ibia J urnal ism Rei i e H published .it the Gradu ite S hool ol Journalism of Columbia University. The arUcle, bj Ben II Bagdikian, a permanent Wa ihingl m corredent, argut s that "aH in all. the Nazis qualify as news — at the most .1a gang pr moting savagery and paranoia on the national scene, and at the least as civic pests." But the Washington News papers' neu quarantine <>f the Nazis, the article affirms while it is "a quarantine under the best possible conditions i i a subject >us tn :n .st Americans," nevertheless is still "pernicious." In criticizing the newspapers for having suppressed news of a Washington incident in which Nazis pushed a speaker off the platform of a public meeting, the articlo commented: "Papers that are worried about the impact of the Nazis might have p'ayed the news straight and then asked editorially why the Nazis arrested for breaking up the meeting were let off with a S10 forfeiture of collateral and never brought to trial." 'i riti r a •! %  • the questions "Who is to decide whether Naziism is .m issue in this c Hintry? And how is anyone to know, if it is qua: inti i ; from public study? If here is dan jei • '• azis ir thai tine mean toi igh pe pie to cause ry." The article comments thai well "is not an ordinary so shouti r At one time he had the eking of a man who had $4 nix). He has been able to disrupt sessions <>f Congress, lie has only a coupk' dozen loutish troopers but he is ;i resourceful leader who has been the Subject of many man hi ins of official worry by the Department of Justice, the metropolitan police and the district comil I i i i %  Civil Lib %  -' to aci igii 'in article atii ris of a fund..:! %  : which principles pi ices evolve that are applied to all society If the elite are worabout Ri ckwell as a problem, •he citizen ought to worry, too Ii tjhe elite :hink the citizenry may come out the w rong way. then What i*-'needed is more news, not less Mapai Leaders Quit Continued from Page 1-A Eshkol's "i fficient work" in those areas. "But it becamt clear to my regret that he lacks the essential qualities for the post i f Premier. Therefore," he added. "1 shall not be placed at the head or end of a list which in my belief d es not fit the needs of the state of Israel." 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"aqe 6-A +Jmist nmktkun Friday, May 28 Beth Torah Will Confirm 35 Students Thirty-five studenl members i Book Samuel Cantor, the largest confirmation class In chane> Helene Fi >* %  the histor) ol Beth Torah Cona;re gation \vi11 participate in confirma tion exert ise to be held on Sun day evening, .it 7 30 p m in the sanctuarj Rabbi Max A I ipschitz will conduct the exercises and tht stu dents will present "1 his imy God." as the highlight ol i Inexercise. l-'r-*rlanrl. Mark 1st nbt Mint/. Roaemarj \run-ld. Susan Rene i EHiot tSern, Judj Adrienne Hennen Morris B. Abrams (riqht), president of the American Jewish Committee, greets Alvin Cassel, vice president of the Florida Region, and Mrs. Leonard Silverman, head of the Miami delegation, at the American Jewish Committee's 58th annual .meeting in New York last week at the American Hotel. See story, Page 1-A). Flagler-Granada Closing Exercises Closing exercises <>l the Hebrew id Sunday Schools ol Flagler-Graada Jewish Center took place last %  n taj Trophies. Honor Roll and awards t< outstanding students were pre-ni<-.I The following are members the Junior i ition • Ricky Strut, rabbi: Ira Cordon. St Demaky, Torao read :;.>.\ Golde ibbai; David laCaoe, >el Leionek. rman of the Ritual Committee; Rt en st i retarj. Dickie I i Si Vgronow, D i Booth Kenneth Segal, trust Lazarus, Mitchell k Ba bara Mahler, Sandor •.' Gi rj str.il. Carolyne L< 1 iarj Fa I i Stephen K ip .' ii .'.•• %  \.. Her Kenneth Open 6.45 nornuatlie .. tarn Opn 1 30 "ASPAN1SH'WEST SIDE STORY'! TURBULENT. MOVING, FEROCIOUS BEAUTYT ..". .. <% LOS tf; TWfflltTOS fVrV' are tor JUfc •**? MALEK • Unanimously Endorsed by EVERY Senior Citizen Group on Miami Beach • American Federation of Senior Citizens • D. Dale Regent, Pres. of the Biscayne Beach Property Owners (Home Owners) • Florida Senior Citizens No. 1 • Benevolent Society • South Shore Citizens Club • Golden Ring No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 • Miami Beach Apartment Assn. Choirv" Join the Bandwagon! ELECT Joe MALEK LEVER t-B 1-1 IV! A.lv it The Hebrew Academy PRESENTS "They Were Ten ISRAEL'S FIRST FULL-LENGTH FILM! (In Hebrew with Enqlish Sob-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 Miami Beach Election Results Will Be Announced NOW-THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL PLAY IN THEATRICAL HISTORY! Adults Only Please! If you are easily offended by realism ... please be warned. "Powerful" Earthy" "Masterful" 'Shocking" Academy Award Winner SHELLEY WINTERS "WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?" PRICES AND PERFORMANCES '-' Wffl I-30PM S4.S3. 3S5. ?5, 1 M.l •IPS" S 45 4 45, 2 45 Wat We3 1 Sl< S3 50. 2 50, I 54) CHARGE TICKETS AT ALI I0RDAN UAH H STORES A BLROIV %  •. DADEIAMO COCONIT GROVE PLAVH01 SF DtitMirant t Art Gi • |35O0 Min Hifk**| 'HI 5 ?M1 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BEST PICTURl REX HARRISON, BEST ACTOR CEOBCf CUK0R, BEST DIRICJ0K AUDREY HEPBURNR£X HARRISON. TiCHjicoiosuPMfA>iAyisii> mm WAAHa MKX %  LINCOLN THEATRE, UNCOLN ROAD MI AMI BEACH JE 21701 PtICI SCAIE EVCNING MRFORMANCIS MATINEE PEtFOPMANCEJ l.fKlud.rx, t ,.-!, AAoodAv Thru Fc... Sl„ Sun. All AJUlw'MI Th^ridav & Ho' ORCHESTRA %lj, JJ,^ $ 50 lOGE 3.00 J75 l.S PERFORMANCES AT 2 PM MATINEES • S 30 P M EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPEN 10 30 .. 30 STMIIillT 1111(11 DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC Of Hi MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining VMi the STARLIGHT BOBRGE tor breathtaking via* Rafael Porras on Accordion No Cover. No Minimum D0R& on the ocean *t 4tth Street. At/ami Beach rteservat'ons Required: J£ 3-M00



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Friday. May 28. 1965 • Jeni>sti fhridirir Page 7-A Publishers Pass Pivotal Resolutions ATI \\T\ (JTA) Obsen %  nee ot National Jewish lv>s WVi-k and erlt'l-.ation of the 40th Miniventr) ol two southern Jew j-l> publications, the Hebrew Watchman ot Memphis .mil the Southern Israelite of Atlanta, marked the annual convention here this week of the American Jewish Press Association, the or lanitttion t English Jewish newspapers Honors were paid at the annual con v e n tion dinner to Loo Goldberger, head of the Hebrew Watch man. and Adolph Rosenberg, puh liaber ol the Southern Israelite The convention wai greeted l>> toting Mayor Sam Ma see 1 Jr ; Max Cuba, on b< half ol the At ianta Jewish I'omrmmin Council; and Slumon Yallon. Israel's Consul Osnartl in Atlanta A resolution strongly urging the United States Senate to adopt the pending Williams-Javits measure which would prevent boycott activities by Arab states against Americans doing business with Israel was adopted here at the concluding session of the annual convention oi the American Jewish Press Association. At the same session, terminating the association's fourday parley, the AJPA reelected Morris Janoff, editor-publisher of the Jewish Standard, Jersey City, N.J., as president. Another resolution adopted unanimously expressed the association's appreciation to the U. S. Senate for its action in protest against the mistreatment of Soviet Jewry by the Soviet Government. The AJPA also decided to launch a project for standardizing the transliteration of Hebrew terms used frequently in the Englishlanguage Jewish press Among the highlights of the con vention was an address by Philip Slomovitz, editor publish) r oi the lewish News ol Detroit, who took exception to a survey published b> U'nai B nth. characteriziiu. t h e Jewish pro. as "dull" an I as djs proportionately" devoted to social news Mr Slomovitz, chairman ol the annual Jewish Press Week. repudiated the charges as "unwarranted, unimaginative certainly .'lot factual.'' He noted that the English-Jewish press, which publishes social news just as all newspapers do, iffers tinworld Jewish news com oiled lor us bj the Jewish i graphi< Vgency, as the major news-gathering agency in world Jewry." "It is wrong," he said, "to deni grate a great instrument m Jewish lili cspeciallv when it is the only means oi making American Jewrj an informed constituency In addition to reflecting Janoff as president, the association elected Leo Frisch, of the American Jewish World of Minneapolis-St. Paul, as honorar> vice president, citing him a> "one of the chief pioneers o ; American Jewish journalism." Other officers chosen wei Rosenberg as first \ ice pre Albeit Golomb, Pittsburgh Jew i> i ( hronicle, and Mrs Lee Neusnc Connecticut Jewish Ledger, liar ford, vice presidents. Eli K J. cobs Buffalo Jew ish R< ie< treasurer. Jimmy Wisch, I \. Jewish Post, secretary" Elected to the executive boat were Martin Konk. Jewish li. ord. Atlantic City; Conrad lae berg, Jewish Civil Leader. Wo tester, and Milton l'msky Oh Jewish Chronicle, Columbus Youth Forum Conference on Soviet Jews To Coordinate Campaign in So Florida Representatives oi Greater Mi ami Jewish Youth OrganixalioQs, I a meeting in the offices %  ii American Jewish Congros* last k have formed a F >uth Flort da 'i %  uth ) 'onfen nt i on Sen %  '• ry Parl ii .pat n in the initial mi i I Bet ger assistant di Bureau ol A ish Ed Jerry Carvei in r • r •i ihe Youth Oi n '.. s s, i lU m • %  %  ,. jdent, B'nai • h "i tuth iii Rabbi tz. spirit • %  Di on Mi Perk) Y\: mi tt'H \ %  -.i Rabbi Sanl d 5) tzer ai ea .| Amerii an lie i ongi e Mils, joe Wyi! Er < Balber, Miki Rose Greater Mi ami Kederatien "t Temple Yaulb Schwartzman, executive diPI lor Bui I au ol Jewish Educa and %  %  seph l Yanieh, re al director, Ameru an Jew iah Youth Confi i ence vill > with. • e So th l'l irida Confereno %  A r>. whose chau Ral l>: L> Ki nish Pun se ol %  Youth ('onfen w ill !>•• to I Jew .sh and not lew the and Burton S. Kahn, president of Sunshine Pontiac, aco the encased Geotqe Washmqton Honoi Mei'ti! of the Freedoms Foundation of Veil ley Foige at a luncheon i inq of the Dade County Bar Association. Sunshine Pontiac was sinqled out for the award for its sponsoiship of "D-Day June 6," a radio program presented on VVIOD. "D-Day" was one of six patriotic programs sponsored last year by Sunshine Pontiac without commercials as a public tc coordinate action programs, such aletter writing campaigns. I i blic rallies and demonstrations vi h national organizations so that i live moral and political pres%  rted on Ihe So> iel Gov mini nl." act ording to \> ting hairman Mike Hose, who an I t h a t a meeting ol the Sti. rini Committei I Ihi Youth i %  ill iak. plai e May V mi i n \ Youth I %  adi "ship or • • eel 11 be hi Id I tr.ii su..\ evening, J u n v 10, at 'i empj I i • which lime "i \t.uti\c board memence will pi esi nl Marco*, itz is acting i to the voutli Conference. service Closing Banquet For Students Closing hanquet ol the student congregation ol Beth Torah Reii gious School was to be on Thins 5 10 p.m in the Youth %  :n Ol the s, ii The banqui I was to honor sonic Ii i students wbo have attended e r v i ce s n gulai Ij d ir i n the past year Rabbi Max A I chit/ '.\iis to address Ihe studi and George Katzman, chain Ol the SI %  i ".II il 'as to tribute the awards l)ffi< • is for Ihi lion for • Dat id Bei man, rabbis; Larr) .. bet, can Vllen Hern stein and Ro i I I lodman. nab A d) Halm Bui rows, co-chairmen <>i ih n igious Davi Tennenbaum, Man Karp, Kcnnj Goklber and Mark M< Kinnej Shamashim At coi rej ation sen ices on M IJ 16, paii nts of the students honored guests when a new Ark edicated as a gift front 11 r and Mrs Milton S bj Mi Iel in honor of i hen II Mai tin Bai M tl %  Banned Group In Hate Rallies Continued from Page 1-A II embei s ol nenl i i in-1<> Linares i nd Isi ^ ho partii ipated in .> ny commemoratin Ihe gen 0) id) in w Inch hundi ds til M abs lo-t their lives Another pc.ikei was the Re\ Mage Klus A n .I r a o j, an anti s.-mitic priest. 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Page 8-A +Jewls*n*rk#aiii Friday. May 28 1965 Emanu El Presidents Top Leaders on Miami Beach. Thev -ivet\ l0 grown children, a son Konald and a daughter. Ham\| rt Marshall) Harris FOR RELATED STORIES, PAGE 1-3C Temple Kmanu-El will hold its Silver Anniversary Ball, marking 23 years of growth and development, at a banquet Sunday evening at the Diplomat Hotel. Max Bo.lt r man was e!i. president of the Temple at a meeting and dance at the Foi::ainebleau Hotel On Apr. 3. He succeeds Joseph M. Lipton. The history Of the Temple is. in large measure, marked by the Greater Miami community leaders who have served it in the capacity of president. These include: Joseph M. Lipton Joseph M. Lipton. immediate EDUCATION FOR ADULTS As par; of its activities, Temple Emanu-El carries on an adult education program, which includes a Bo ik Review Series. Torah Luncheon Club and Home Study Circles. In addition, there are a Women's Institute of Jewish Studies, a Sunday morning Breakfast Forum, and Tal mud Study. • Women's Institute this year, Mrs. Ben-Zion Ginsburg, chairman, included beginner's Hebrew, congregational singing, conversational Hebrew, brunch with the Rabbi, and a survey of Jewish history. • Book R e v i e w Series. Mrs. Philip Thau, of Sisterhood, and MrHoward Grumer. of t h e PTA. cochairmen, featured Dr I man in reviews of "Herzog," by Saul Bellow; and "So What E 1 s v is New?" by Harry Golden. • Tirch Luncheon Club, chairmet for its fifth 1 secutive year on al emat< no 11\\ ith Dr. Lehrman leading the class in an intensive course in.. texl nmentar ies • Home Stud) 1 in Ii • ; groups of 11 : come nc pi ui jud .1. ,'. :-':i I..ory. • Talmud stud) met Monafternoons during t h e %  ii at the 17th Street ling under the directi of Isaiah M. Adler, and ol ed Talmui u rpolation. Also included in the adull ram w ere Sabbath %  and utilization of libraries and the Jewish Theii .'l Seminary Museum. WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER • GALE HOVEY • JESSIE WEISS • BESS GIASSER • MONYA POLL LEVER 4-A JOSEPH M. UPTON 1961-65 MAX BODtRMAH new president JOStPH M. ROSE 1947-49 SAMUtL milDlAND MAVtK tUANXti 1 943-47; 1951-61 1940-43 HARM HRKIN 194951 past president of Temple Emanu Kl congregation, has been an outstanding business, civic and fraternal leader in the community since his arrival here in 1925. A founder of the Temple, he served as treasurer and vice president prior to his election as president in 1961. Lipton is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he received a Ba.helor of Science degree in economics. First engaged in local real estate, he then entered the insurance business, founding the J. M. Lipton Insurance Agency He later helped to organize and now serves as presi lent of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Ass ciation. In 1961. he served as chairman of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal campaign and was later appointed to the national United Jewish Appeal Committee tor Co mm unit) Service. He nov. serve? as the newly-elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is a member of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Mahl Temple. American Legion. Kiwania and is a director of the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Club. He also serves ;is trus tee and treasurer ot Mount Sinai Hi apitai and is a m< %  -* %  of the University of M 1 a m 1 Citizens Committee. His many outstanding civic eon tributiona have w m him emu munity service awards from numerous organizations including the Red Cross. Mount Sinai Hos pital, B'nal B"rith, the Jewish Theological Seminary <>f America and the University of Miami. Mr. Lipton lives with his wife Samuel Friedlan: Samuel Friedland is der and chairman of tl • 1 Ki 3d Pair Stores, [1 largest relail f> a l chau natli n, with some 500 kits In its 10-state net tween Rho % %  Island and .Annual tales 11 ... hed • dollars for the iir-t tin Etorn in Russia in -Land I am tO America with his family which Nev York in 1920, Friedland n Pennsylvania, and op small meat ~t re in 11 which st bsequentlj group of 21 com bin a Li and gn cry units m ti burg area. In 193.1. he Harris!. urg's fir-t supei B renovated garage Friedland served a of Food Fair Stores, in. founding until 1940. time he became chairn board. He is al> presjden '•• fniir,. in the in 1963. 1 i I d %  • t •; i in of ihe i Continued on Following p age



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Friday, lviery 28. 1965 Emanu El Presidents Continued from Preceding Pg rties, inc., founded in organ ee, develop end op%  .,._, %  scale shopping cen I r Fair interests are tered in Philadelphia ,i". iooal headquarters ai I Jacksonville, Fla. rii dlan Pa other busi irresl are m< e than 55 lelds Department Stores 1 w Markets, Inc.. a 40: -.ipermarkcts in Cal both wholly owned sub es ol Food Fair. i busine* interests ala > the Diplomat Hotel and ub in Hollywood, Fla.. President!*] Golf and Club m llallandale. Fla. taken active part in ini, pr.-c.ram of private in..,... for the development of .•• MI Israel and is among i inders < f the Israel-AmerI Coi jioration. idenl of Hollywood, Fried lus l"nc been active in philanthropic and reUgioui is the founder and president -: Fair Stores Foundation. has (hs-pensef the Jewish .i al Seminary of Amur.,.; president and founding • r of Temple F.manu-F.l in Beach, past president of Ireater Miiini Jewish HV.IBoard i: l>irc< tors • f :.t"l Fund of Dade County, • •I Directors and tormei ,,:i 1980) <>f the Combined \ppc.il. vice president, : miSteCS, and one Of the • %  i : Mt Sinai li spital, n | i ontinuii g s t msor Educational Research it on i I Florida, acth < %  •• and t"i mer officer ill 'i rence


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Page 10-A *-Jewlsti ncridiar Friday. May 2t. 1965 Mike B y EDYTHE SCHINPLER on U.S. Maccabiah Squad "nature -eferring The Sport • r i 1 e r s i ;i I Mike He Ik in. i h e nineteen year-old champion tennis player who lives on Mi ami B e .1 C h, a They arc. of course to the special ccmbin ation of ingredients, Uie harmony f muscle and nerves that is translated into what appears as effortless Brace on the tennis court But Mike, who has just ex-en chosen to the 1965 United states Maccabiah Tennis Team. is "natiual'" in another equally delightful way. Tennis is not a friendly 4iime." he said "That's phony, Kaeh guy is out to win. and du111;.' a match your opponent is .our enemy. If you're not the winner MM Mike often finds himself at dubs that define Ihemaeivea as "reslncted" lie remarked that he isn't disturbed or offended by a poliC) that overlooks his Jewishness for the special occasion ol a tennis match. A few years back, when I was playing against younger l>>>. he said. "1 sometimes heard cracks against Jew>; but now. in the adult league, at least I don't hear them.'' are few Jewish tennis a fact which probably There players, has its riMHs in the traditions of tennis as a "country club"' activity OH to Israel TENNIS CHAMPION MIKE BELKIN Sulky Loser • ports w riters saj that Mike knowledge ot the game, court game and his i back hand are great. But Mike says "Now lhat I'm in the men's league, 1 have to work harder t" perfeel each shot My net game and serve are not a~ 'uoiid as the) should be Mike, as has been pointed out. tural. "sure i sulk." he When I Hub aii easj shut. Sure I like lo throw when 1 leel tens, Feeling Comfortable ing aside. Mike Belk in [i <•!that tennis ha changed him a., person Tennis iken iuiii • in Mexico, Puerto Rk and he h s -• en how other people live When he i;la>e son, Mike Belkin, the ten nis-pla> er Lebediker Branch Installs Officers In Ceremonies New officers ol 'he Lebediker Branch, Farband, IraUllad at a recent meeting, a r e %  • ph P. Zuckerman, president; i.: Malm, Vice president. Solomon illle-s. Jacob Fraydman, Mrs orothy Schwartz, Airs Rachel I atness, secretaries Monis Tamr• treaurer. Dr Norman Berg, Bo... of Directors chairman; Abrai War -hau. historian; MrAr.'-i War shau. Israel Bond Chain: ,n. Oscar Shapiro, Undertaking Committee; Simon Tetenbau: membership; Leon April and Mrs. Esther l.iberman. ho-pitalit Members of the h >arl ..-• Maurice 1'iiei. .loseph Kleinman. Joseph Litwin, Leon l*>hlu Morns irenstein, Ben Talmadge rerome Vesner Leon Orenatem, M<--dames Miriam Ualgerin Minm.l Zimmerman, Sarah Jacksa Frid i s.i.k Installinofficer, Pro. Andre r. nkj jave .. talk or. Larael's years ol Achievement Abi .. %  ham Warshau and .lac i 'aydman offered a reading i et s • ., n d Cantor •' seph >rowitz |i ed the meeting w i I HatikMr and Mrs. S oil a'.ion in .•. %  •nor o( their anniversa VOTE POLITICS OUT! VOTESEIDERMANIN! Variety Hospital Cites Publisher K s chet. publisher of 1 ish Floridian has been 'hi\ ariety ''hildn i Distil lishi Sei \ ice %  %  i i ictivities I y i • %  for coverage of t esi arch and ca particularly, for The Jewish Floridian s support of the development campai ;n to construct the million addition at the hi -; 'a Shocfa< t is .. member of v Club. Ten: No 33, the %  i supports the hospital He has been a tivi e 25 yeat in a wid %  rnal and welfan organjza tions and clul s I feel more at hi me when l staj with Jewish people. I'm not religious, but I was Bar Mitzvah, and .lews make me leel comfortable." Playing in tennis competitions. ******* + + %  + %  + + %  ** %  + %  + + + + + + ***** %  + + + *** + + + ** %  <***• RUN MIAMI OF PRIVA'E LET'S GET RID OF A COUNCILMAN WHC WOULD BEACH FOR HIS OWN PURPOSES AND THE INTERESTS CLIENTS, NOT FOR THE PUBLIC! LET'S ELECT PAUL SEIDERMAN, FATHER OF THE CONSTRUCTIVE CITY EMPLOYEE PLAN TO BRING CITY EMPLOYEES BACK TO LIVE AND SPEND SALARIES OF UP TO $6 MILLION A YEAR WITH MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS AND APARTMENT OPERATORS. LET'S GIVE MIAMI BEACH BACK TO THE PEOPLE! <^w^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^\ • ESTATE PLANNING FOR ATTORNEYS SUBJECT: THE SHORT TERM TRUST (CLIFFORD) V discuss 01 ot the nature of the various is ol short term ford or ten yeai trusts incoi i fl and estate tax i lion lo support lins; drafting the 'r -' instrument MODERATOR: PHIIIP E. HECKERUNG Vice President ani* (stale Planning Officer Mercantile National Bank ot Mi %  •< %  Heath PANELISTS: MICHAEL BOCNE, Attorney GEORGE DeCARON Attorney Culxerhouse, Taylor und D.'Carion, BENJAMIN S. SCWARTZ Attorney SPONSORS: MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK 0* MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH BAR ASSOCIATION THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 3:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, Florida 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida (Pleate Us D revel Avenue Entrance) NO ADMISSION CHARGE! Paul M M-rko Jr. Joseph A/,. Rot* James rV Albeit "'no I Levy Joseph Hoffman Sue Berkowiti Simon E Rubin 0 A Rubinn J K.iimji Ellison R Kosoff Stanley H Arkin Ma* Bodorman Donald A Kaplan Norman L. Maxht Kurt Wallach Robert Shnayerson David B Mooman Adrian Thai L Jules Ark n Robert I Turchin Bernard A Kurnblum C L Clerru nts Jr Ha.old J Segal David G Berry John Owen H..rold M Cerrish Robert Blum Ann Karen '*V* Lee Richman Mrs Rob. t Shn. 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1965 frni *#-/* ,rM*-r Paae 1I-A lotesl Ra toi Uiei tin, Califo of Li feat e "sues) ol the on the si \ Pn 1 ch oecupii e i th* moderator pportunitj ever In his letter, Rabbi Lymon notfl tb*t a tel-nram had ben sent to the stat'on, protistinq the scheduling of the lengthy Rockwell exposure, telling the station it was "irresponsibly presenting th man whose uniform and philosophy are a desecration to the American dead of World War II Rabbi I. v 111 o 1 th;it K\\ BS pro\ ided for \'.*Ameri an Vi.i the largest aud !\ 111.: him tl rtunit} to endanger the public safe!) with his ii ol hatred af ainsl minorit: •• 0 1 ho an part it %  Father's Day Party Junior Auxiliary ol th Home for thi l .. I 151 NE 52i I rael is : r sident Mi aim 11 RE-ELECT MAYOR MELVIN RICHARD... Based upon Mayor Melvin Richard's outstanding record of achievement ii. Miami Beach during the past many years and because of his unselfish devotion, his unquestioned integrity and his firm and fearless dedication to all that is right and good for our citizenry and community, we proudly speak out in behalf of his candidacy. 1 %  • %  %  • • .• • %  %  r 1 kCai •" ; ReuseS %  .'. %  • %  H n %  1 ... . %  ;.%  %  • .'. .. Hui • % %  %  rem Harr Erm tine Klein .. 1 I. J. Kant 1 Fred 1 • in • a %  • % %  a n wi %  • %  • %  %  %  •. • '.' U. %  • i 1. 1.1 %  • • %  • "kiss %  ner imKantor %  :... 1 Haber %  I. Mrs Ralph r. Hall op Mr 4 Mrs. Mike W. rak %  Dr. Bernard Ehrenpn Dan Futch Mrs. Seymour L. Aiterman Mrs Fthel lacobs Ch irles Mouyos ris Kt.slirran Albert M.Levett •'. Mrs. Sv Silverman Mr. 4 Mrs. William L. Kann Muriel L. Warren rry Taylor JudvPlatt Ben Richard Bea Hirsch Fdviard L. Cowen Sylwa Da. s Sam Goldstein Abram 1 • Harry B. Smith Marjone Travers Evelyn 4 Phil Spitalney IdaOber Ritter Levinson Gertrude Hirsch Al Sherman Lucie Blum Dr. 4 Mrs. Lawrence Fthel Weiss R. Medoff Rae Ark in Jack Silverman Helen Soinmei Mrs. Bea King EdirhGold Henry Abrahams Frances Shores Moe Hyman Thelma H. Blumberg Mr 4 Mrs. Louis Schwarzkopf Mrs Alice 1 "f D. Patterson Mrs D. B. Sokoi Louis Merwitzer Delia Brooks Herman Barnett Roslyn Medoff Mr. 4 Mrs Mt.-ray Gilde' Endorsements bv Jayne B' Local 255. Hotel Emplovees Audrey Selker Union. Miami Beach Rita l.evme Apartment House Assn. 4 -1 Stemer South Shore Citizens Muriel Hirsch Pick Cii


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Page 12-A +jeist fhrkMaai Friday, May ;: 1965 S( C c tr M P. Implications of Intermarriage Today FINALLY, there Bv DR. JOSEPH R NAROT Ten pie Israel of Greater Miami Whit is your view on the growin? number of intermarriages in the American Jewish Community today? I have iK'en asked t I pre pan a statement 0:1 whai solution 1 propose for Lnt< 1 marriage I am assuming that the reader will know that this is a problt m tor which there is no simple suit ".ion. Tiie problem is as old a-. (ye-w sh history itself. In our ,wn ,riiu —iint"~ — sociologists and. especially, parents have been st r u g glin.; with it. All I can do 'is echo the same concern. Mat • what I definitely be. lieve not to l>e t he solu. t i 0 n s, and then conclude on m affirmative note. WE JEWS a r i' properly concerned about the M. NAROT %  1 mti ; n I r y as it affects Jewish 11 an l Jewish Identil I 1 11 we beliese, a1 do, thai iism still has a vital mesfor the wcfld, and thai Judaism cannot survive without Ji ws, then we must do what %  1 an to fostt r the survival of Jewry I do r.ot shari-. however, two premises which are advanced by Some Jews. 1 do no; believe that it :prejudice and discrimination that keep Jews Jewish. Nor do 1 ac.c;-t the idea tnat OUT most serious problem is the freed, m we enjoy ito-fee <*r not to be Jewish. No; counting the millions of OUr people whom Nazi Europe destroyed, would that we had in OUT ranks today the hundreds of thousands of .lews who fled to conversion to the Church in order to escape Hitler'.', clutches; and would that we did not have in our midst so many of our people who sa\ they are wearj of all the centuries ot oppression and bi ;otry ;in(1 n would, there 1 re, run trim thnr Jewishness! AS FOR freedom, let us remember the chapters of Jewish history which tell of Ju laism's glories In tree land-. Babylon. Spain (before the inquisition), and our own Amei i< 1 are but three illustratioi • %  I the create it) ur have enjoyed m climateoi acceptn., %  and fn 1 im \ % %  in spite 01 the si rious rate of intermarriage m oar midst, we also have remarkable Jewish productivitj ami loyalty, NOR DO I aeeept the suggestion that self-reghettoization is the BBSWer The .lew who has been perhaps the staunches! advocate oi cultural and religious pluralism must not now become its first deserter and betrayer Trmrtri i<'iiit*rmnrri.-.tfe" in 'H" too A:-. ,ften run in grim 1 nsl well as phj ?ieal wa I would try to contain More ver, we must keei mind that it ,s not the 11 I marriage but the mixed riage thai Judaism has deplored, where non Jewhave come into our fold sincerel) and devoutly, they have not only been welcomed in Judaism, but thev have added vitality to our ranks. What we lament is the marriage in which both the par ente and the children are lost to HM "in faith. plicated and urn equatii n in tin 1 ship between 1 a relatioj me children f n ri • faith of tin ,1 across all faith* of life, and all lk ish li>' .ilt \ and lack 1 • %  The answer, if there answer, lies in our ren ( %  ncerned, In our avoi :..-, in our fostering ii hi mes, synagogues, .1 n I m unities a h a p p y and -' Jewish attachment, and ii doing all we can to keep our children as rooted in J< teachings and idealism a> pos SlbTe. nedi CflOUS s ervices u know sbcut the President's Home and you have heard about it The President of the Sate. Mr. Zalman Shazar, and his wife receive a: the President's Home scientists and workmen, wnter-. teachers, soldiers, industrialists, memberof kibbutzim and inhabitants of villages. In th;> manner contact has been formed between the President's Home and all the citizens in Israel — .lews and non-JewMany and various pe >ple gather in the President's Home The Presi dent's Home draws them together and helps them to come to a com 11 in understanding and to work tcvAGUDATH ACHIM Orthodox. Prldaj tin • 0 .NSHE EMES 8533 SW 19th Ave Conservative. EminuSl Kushelewit*. JETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. L^pson. I 1 l,la> in %  Sal •.. m Sermon Shalom.' Ba Mlta%  \li and Mr> !. %  -inRai • 1ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortno dox Rabbi Salomon Schiff. IVuee." Mil IETH ISRAEL. 711 4Cth St Orthodox Rnbbi B'rei We.n. • \ T 1.111 "Truthful ll i 1 — • •ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington flv" Orthrdo* Cantor Maurice • ches. — • 'ETH KODESH H0i SW 12th Ave Vodrrn Traditional Rabbi Max Chanlro Cantor Bn,am.n B-n-Ari. 1 -. IVIU '•" M \y.\ 11I 1; hai I Ni \! \.,fi f Mi ni.1 Mi Kranh •' i l>m of Law Ktl I ..1 v. > %  ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. •3610 W Omit Hwy Conservative. Ribbi Rchird Marcovlti. Cantor Seymour Hinvn ) :1S 1 fl 1 •! ami 1 mti.-v\ III l>< Inntn %  da • 1 m • iETM TFiLAH 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoveky SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK BEHUKOTAI God's punishment Jews leave flourishing fields and go into Exile. •Hut 11 ye will not hearken unto Me l will bring the land Into desolation And you will l scatter among the nations" 1 Lev 26.14, 32 BEHUKKOTAJ — "If ye walk in My statutes, and keep my commandments, and do them, then 1 Will give vou rains in their season, and the land shall yield her produce, and the trees ol the Held shall yield their Iruil Ye shall eat your bread until ye have enough, and dwell in your land safelj And I will have respect unto you, and make you fruitful, and multiph, you; and will establish Mj covenant with you But if ye shall ect m> statutes, and if your soul abhor Mme ordinances so thai ye shall not do all M> commandments, but break M> covenant 1 will chastise > u seven times more for your sins And you will 1 scatter among the nations, and I will draw out the sword alter you; and your land shall be a desolation When the} are in the land ol their enemies I will not reject them to break M> covenant with them; for I am the Lord their God These are the statutes and i rdinancea and laws, which the Lord made between Him and the children oi Israel in Mount Sinai bj the hand of Moses" (Lev 26.3-46). This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and based upon "The Graphic Hittory of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Taamir, $15 Publisher it Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. n I I T r I -.' T .onvr K 1 ?DTTL ; r,r* wIN -J %  '--•* %  i —* r T r x--;';n-n-3 .0*1.^1 C""l T t • -liD D*DTJi s ip:n"n*ia T mea .ir.a:Bin ur-n .a 2 itr T .niaaVn n: anp"? :s-n T : • I %  wteg'Vlna .rua/g s ci?3 ,niDo .n-'rm nca •nVap? K:T.I] -TJI -DI n n s ~n .orn '-^ D'JD r r • T ^zr^Nvrr D'K'rai .n nn lETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th Av Co"serv itive Rabbi Max LipSChltZ. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbinm. gether. Conferences lectures and Fn.1.1 •: ni • IS ii.m I'-.iMltivah gatherings take place at the V/ U 7i.\ ,' %  \ .\ Mi and Mm i:in-M\i.. i Inn N •' in Kitnrel EH P" in. HI • vbi H h War Wtera N H..i nld I' nr. A %  i .1 u V in IIIM-I ,.!• %  • • Mi llklll :.il I I;I> place PresidentHome There is one purpose for all the activities of the President's Home: to draw the hearts closer. Twice yearly Choi Hamoed Pesach and Ch 1 Hamoed Sukkoth. the President's Home arranges a reception for the nation. The doors a:e open, and every person in Israel can come and bless the Presi%  f Mr and Mr An-hle 13 .Id Srrmoi 1'i.rl Ion of the \\ 1 ek Mlm-tia 6 ill CANDLEUGHTiNG TJMf 26 Iyar — 6:47 p.m. Mori W ilt.iii "M.-uMendel lit-. Mi UUCI • %  UUI Tin., — e TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal. Reform. Rabbi Merrie Kip. rn Annual t iri .on for Hi %  i" 'ii'l S'.ina.i> .%  -in.i. i I'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conse -votive. Rabbi Harold Richter. C^ntoiJacW I *rn*r l'i i'l;,\ !'. p.m Sermon: "Thai The> Muj Sol Have I -i. i In v i n-.l.iv '• i n Hn Mltixali dent and his wife. Prepared by Brith Ivrith Olamith |l Ml Students Take Part in Service At Beth Am The following Hebrew School students participated in services at Temple Beth Am on Friday evening: Ira Fox. Leslie Chaykin. Robin Massin. Bruce Levinson. Charles Steinberg, Glenn Dobkin. Evan Birnhnlz, Jonathan Rosen, Bruce ~UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. — • "LAG'.ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Roe-nieid Cantor George Goldberg. Ptida) l:S0 p.m. 8alurtta> 9 ^ m Bar Mttsvah Ralph, >"n ..f Mr and Mra Alex Sheppard. Minolta 6 Jo p.m. | FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S0' E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Prlda> (:SS p m Batunla) I %  m Mlncha I M p in TEMPLE MENORAHL .420 7btt\ St. Conservative. Rabbi Wayer Abramiwiti Cantor EdwaVd Kl**i. %  i %  s.IS p.m Serai 'ii "The rjreal %  I: %  • ., I K\ei lie ul." I" w .... .. ,, ~ Sehool atudeiHS I 1 Mltsvah H on of MI Kha Ii I Sturita I'aul i p. %  .|... |,, U Mllsvah l Kiuiil • -"ii .'t ,M i Mi Vlan SU attun TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth St. and Tat. .m Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugen, LaboviU. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Prldaj S:1S :• m s. rinon "Thi N > ',,],, i-'i IK "I Wisdom iReaped i"i the I'.-.i. h.i RellHlo and Sundii. TEMPLE BFTH AM 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard Prida> :•' p.m r.-i t'otiflrn u •'" honoi iraduater and hlsrli -• ii %  •.•' enIUIM will be i.iMill i' da iRhti %  nl i 'i nnd Mra Mi i ii .i\ Mllli Salurdai I:.ir Mlls\uli ''-.if' Mra s. %  i: • It • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. FVIda> 8:13 pm S.-1HI..M iAmerica FSscIng :i Mural Decline?" Batur%  la} 11 a.m. Koi MH all M.-\ en. in %  •I Mi and Mra Harold Diamond — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconssructiomst. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Si I I I ii iih..M III be '."iii %  -! .i %  I l i bera svf.ll '.-,.:. -i: ibbal boated b) SI* i.-r hood TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative %  755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. Prlda) •'•)". p.m Saturday IS a-m I'.ur Mltivah Scott, .-mi of Mi .ml Mra. \^ ait.-r 1^ i— e TEMPLE SINAi OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ava. Reform Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Cttet Gala nxi K'tTn n i ."•MVI 2 S 'ji SRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 2Sti St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Prldaj 6 p.m Baturda} SO .* m Ba Mlti il l."i in David Kei • sun "i and Mi MAI I n .1 Siegel. David Leitson, Steven Naar, SKI and Mm Bomur Deuton Mlncha Barry Welnsteln, Bobby Green. '• i''" TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae ^..r^d 82SUT Kroni,h -: oTute' Leo*^ "* n : Th a Prldaj 1:13 p m Set mon "Can W % %  Pora;vle ihe Qermnna?" Saturda) %  "i Baa Mltsvah Marian, dauarhter of Mr and Mi Sa M n Ban: Lynne Carol, d NISI T TEMPLE TiFERETM JACOB. Ml E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative 1 %  IS p.m One* Bhabbat apon-"•••.i bj IU \ m i ,i\\ \ \ hosted by Mi and Mm Ted Uncuon in mem%  rj "i h.i brutliers (r"3 u, a n*n~" r ~ rKrna) Leo Stitsky, Alan Richard. Edward Scott, I.auri Tanner. Robin Pomerantz Stephen Sirberman, Kenneth Dubbin. Lag B'Omer Picnic Held Here h David USY Chapter and Beth r rah i sv Chapter celebrat. I Lag B'Omer at i ioint picnic Sundaj at Cran Ion P rk, pit 2 Beth David USY hosted the n i • en wen In an and Robin Lundj %  %  :•! CO' Miami I \ tion l appeartn DR MAN l!l"-f:H'TZ JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SVNAGOGLE 1J32 Washington Ave. Ortlioflo". Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. — e 3HEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Orti-odox Rabbi Phineas Weber. inan — • iEPHAHDic JEWISH CENTER. 645 CoHms Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mias I Ml"I I TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 'S800 NW 2*nd Ave ^Conservative Rabbi S. M. TEMPLE ZAMOPA 44 Zamora Ava. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooka. rntor Ben Dickson. Prldaj 6 10 p m Sui laj S 4i a in i ', -r 1 Miami B rEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conlervativa 1025 NE i83ru st Miami Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Capian Cinto' -'.i 'i e Nleu. 5 \i,' Machtn Caitor Abraham Reiseman. i> SO p II -. • n \.., ., i'in-Ilint .i \\ ,11, nn .--11 ii in Bai Mltsvah Jol • v .mil Mi Kenneth • •— e TEMPLE BETH TOV. 64J8 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green•vain %  I in if :' • M l\ ill Mai Mm • TEMPLE KMANU-EL 1701 Washing, ton Ave Coninvative. Rabbi Irving Lehrnian Cantor Zvi Adler e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th M Reform RabDi Joseph R. Narot TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman Pil.t.iy N.JO p.n .: %  M Ml Hi TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Conservative Rabbi Henry A'.rnick %  11, ( w V — • VOUNG ISKACL. 990 NE 17'st 9t Orth. do> Rabbi Bhorwln st...,i-. r %  a



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Friday. May 28. 1965 + k*istthrirfitr Page 13-A \ar Against Jews Seen Coming Down Continued from Peg* 1-A ma j, r conclusion was that the L spin! of interproup friendship lcasual In community organiijons such as PTAs and similar ups ^' P" 0 "^ rninpled and ke ,< together congenially for nunit) Kials The hobby, rectnon.il ..nd social groups were ,,rt dominated by typical cliques status interest attitudes, with ,,,n o intermingMaf, Benjamin B. Ringer was au| survey which was conDr. Marshall B. Sklare. | ittee'J director of scionii It will be published I year ohfy percent t Lakeville lews were found to be willto live with Jew*. Twentypercent said they would t situation in which Jews ned t h e minority — not than 30 percent. About 25 indicated they would ac50-50 proportion, and 43 said they "don't care" jny Jews live in the neighirl round that a recent i. Ahad changed Lake [ lionaJ character and ,: problems Involved in ( The report said thi* i the Jew ish newcomer | iiarlj vulnerable poti that "he is (he mam \ %  (hi M residents who %  • e cultural and pon l akeville as well rlis ,'i>r ve i! found f' ur types •• • tes tow .ird 4 FOR iHGLANDER fou can't argue \with success" WE'RE 4 IE-ELECTING iL ENGLANDER ^ARD BROAD CHANCY FULLER J. EU iVER 4-A Monis B. Abrcim, president of the American Jewish Committee, greets Mrs. Charles Kinkelstein. president of the Florida Reqion, at the AJCommittee's 58th annual meeting in New York last week at the Americana Hotel. Jewish — exclusionist, exemption ;st. pluralist and egalitarian, Morris I! Abram, Committee president, lold the meeting that the i athoui Church had "a great opp rtui it> i" j .n the Protestant mo\ ing an old source of %  ejudice a n d a ravi • ood numan as by exonerating Jew ol • chai e of fieicide in eath of Ji He also urged that Jews should not hold "the German people as a whole" guilty for all time for the acts of the "criminal Nazi state." He noted that Germans have asked how long they would be forced to remember that past and that many Jews had asked when they would be able to forget the past. He said the answer should be the same for both: "Let the pas; be remembered and let it not be forgotten as long as it can instruct the future bu: let us never visit the sins of one on to another nor those of the fathers on to the He said Israel had established relations with West Germany on that basis and the Committee had worked for reconcilation of German and Jew similarly. In that context, he told the annual meeting, the Naii war crimes must continue and just reparations must be paid to all victims. Abram 8, who is the United staterepresentative to the United NationCommission on Human Rights, said he believed that progress Was being made in the UN on adoption of a global conventi n to eliminate rt tigious intolerance but that the Soviet Union continued "unabated it persecution of .lews whose only crime is that they w i s h to continue as Jews." Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., the Negro leader told the conference :hat perhaps il there had I"' SI 8 broadei understanding of the uses %  >i i! i! \ ioleni ilirei I at lion in Ger many when Hitler was taking power, "the bnKal extermination ol 6.000,000 Jews and millions of other war dead might have been averted and Germany might never j have become totalitarian." r*i.i ol A.!\ IN TIMES OF SORROW express what words cannotl WE SEND SYMPATHY 'LOWERS ANYSUifcRE txoticGoifcens MIAMI MIAMI BEACN 43S-4516 532-33*1 CORAL GABIES 665 5423 HOLLYWOOD FT. UUDERDALE 945-7051 n 1-7391 'Cfort/oM 4-iineral wton 373-5533 i N N G II VRRY CORDON [903 1964 fr Jhtin Cjrcaf Kick** r!— & GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open tvery Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Deoler Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL AMERICAN ISRAELI rt RELIGIOUS STORE O ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 13S7 WASHINGTON AVE. Jf 1 7722 S. Schwarti WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 178V BivAfNI BLVD. FR 42710 FR 4-8783



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Pcge 14-A if** ist fkriaf/nr Fridc.v May 28 1965 Oif the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Bleak Outlook for Yiddish Poetry Improving D R. WILLIAM KOLODNEY, now clu cational director of the Famed 92m Streel YMHA in New York City, wai the youngest of .1 coterie of friend | hose memorj still lingers with me. Oui friendship oi close to half a centurj back to the days on (he lower Eas Side when we were happy innocents young men moping for purpose am ',wish-minded youths Striving to find a_ place in what even then was a rapidly cnauguig reugtous and cultural milieu. The HolOdnej home, a three-room walk-up apartment on 1 he fourth floor of a decrepit building on Delancev Street, was al the time our central point of gathering on Sabbaths and oilier festive days. Elderly Kolodney, a white-bearded gentleman of unique character and w;li .,11 unmatched lent* of balance, would receive us as 1! we were his children, without ever displaying the authori tative rod that is properly the prerogative Of fatherhood. He was one with us. listening to our tales and woes. Though we all were religiously oriented toward Orthodoxy, we had moments of self searching that often bordeiod en heresy On Mieh occasions, our host's beard would seemingly droop in whiter whiteness — his only sign of perceptible disturbance — while he himself rem.-.ined a picture In equilibrium, as if sensing, as all religious men do, that our path would not mislead us and his faith, in retrospect, has largely been redeemed. !>: Kelodney, when I met him recently at the Museum of Modern Art seemed anxious to turn the pages oi the past, but we had come for a limited purpose — to talk ul ut the Poetrj Center in the 92nd Street "Y" and. n.oic paiiicy.ku-li^.abttui the Yiddish gad VajMew readings. UN Listening Post: Something New I'li;: N "list S OMETHING NEW is a bo U t to • i' field ol ht I' n d e ;• the : %  Nation I Govi t of I in national So< ietj wili \ do. the capiti '.1 .Illl.i' reasons to hope that .i!-y vital arcs in ttie Held of human rights there Among the items on thi ., are several that could touch di situation ol the Jewin the So\ iet n Exactlv my...'ago the I'\ General Assembly established %  program of advisor) services in the i Id of hum.,u rights In additi m to iaauing various publications tinprogram haconvened regional ferences and seminars in several countries .round the world The L'N would contribute expert services and fellowships tor such seminars; hut. m As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Time and DAR I N LOOKING BACK on what the ladies in the Daughters of the American Revolution, in annual convention, wanted to do about immigration i keep it tied to the principle of Nordic supremacy i and the IN Genocide compact (oppose it i, one notes that one of the speakers borrowed mournfully lrom a recent poll. This was a poll of students from seventh grade through college; and what disturbed Mrs Mary G. P.oebling. a New Jersey banker, addressing the convention, was that better than 60 percent of the chiMren polled believe that, in some fields, so much power is concentrated in the hands of so few companies that it is bad for the nation. But the DAK and Mrs. Roebling can take heart from other aspects of the poll. The results show that 40 percent said pupils of all races and nationalities should not attend school together every where in the country; one in every four of the kids polled in the western part of the U.S. thinks property ownen or their agents should prevent people of some aces or nationalities from livmg in the better neighborhoods; and 49 percent of all polled think that "most people don't realize how much our lives are controlled by plots hatched in secret by others Significantly, the poll quotes President Johnson .earning that our understanding of how to live with one another is still far behind our knowledge oi how to destroy one another." The Daughters of the American Revolution don't ,i but iime. the breathless tempo of change and insights ot several new generations are leaving ir behind A cursor) look at the bubbling cauldron on any college campus will confirm that iew Recent revolts A; the I'niveasit) ot California in • Brooklyn College, and at si John 'a dramatize to the validity of the finding! of Editorial act I '< %  <> ation Uag up to this new era ol collegiate un-• -t ia Irnin of other factors complete!) disregardnot only by the DAR bill by null.oils of other-, -ujstaleir for pre World War i years How lew realize that poath have knewn neither war save the Nam, about which many are deeply alarmed) nor the Depression nor the mad days Of Met arthyism! Yet the danger of nuclear destruction does hang aver all. By SAUL CARSON in Human Rights each case th< semin -was onducted at the request i.f the "I "' v ^ -:.i\ ia .the '"host N i instead i I %  Hi -in i the lion.' ei • %  Twi five states i Idition to %  i i P i„ m< it< .1 to send n neol the 25 It is significant to MI. that the 25 are M dent or M is domini %  I i ounti ics, not one • thi i is an state, li M ivia's friendship w itli cpt, \..--, % %  state not on the list neither iof the Aral slab hostile to Isi a< I an c in most cases to Jews as a whole as well as too iir.nl> at• iched to the So; iet Uo< in, Belgrade seminar will consider two mam concerns One is an examination of "measures which should !>c taken to ensure the realization of human Mts and fundamental freedoms to all without dis crimination." That item could evoke a large yawn — after all, thatwhat the United Nationis for; that. especially, is what human rights programs are intended to accomplish. But the second principal item is one on which a good deal of hope ma) be placed This |Hiint is worthy ot special attention to four ol nfive sub clauses. a> these could affect Russian > Here is the Item as listed on the agenda: 'Measures which should be taken to ensure the realization, by ethnic, religious, linguistic or national groups, of the special rights necessar) to enable them to preserve their traditions, character istics, or national consciousness, such as • The right to use their own language In every day life, in courts of law. and in public or assembl) • The right ot association • The right to establish autonomous education..I institutions. • The right to develop their own traditions and characteristics autonomously • Equal treatment of economic regions within a country Few readers need reminding that the initial points could open a Pandora's box — casting Ught on ills besetting the Russian Jews in the fields of religion, culture and. at times, economically and otherwise; could, at the same tune, lead to hope that some amelioration of the Russian Jewish situation might result. It is well known that the USSR is subject to showing responses to some types of world criticism. There is very little doubt that those four points could lead to dLscussions of the right of Russian Jews to use Hebrew for religious purposes and Yiddish lor cultural needs; their right to associate in congregations, to establish schools (in Yiddish or Hebrew); the right to observe their own religious traditions; the right to form their own. country-wide religious and/or cultural associations. The Poetry Center currently is one ol the BV tamed rostrums for culture in the United States \ mi • glanci ,t the list of the poets, novelists and playwright* vho apveare.l at the "Y" over the yearis enough t • BU| an institution of vital cultural impact 1 did not press |)r Kolodncv for attendance figures, since it .aftVlOUS that poets <>f 'he stature of Marianne Moore and lovelists such as James T Farrell would attract large a I icncc-. My concern was with Yiddish and Hebrew How well ••tended were the Yiddish and Hebrew i*>etrv readings during the season? I asked Dr. I todney. He had no available figures at the moment bu he WBS ol the definite impression that if there was any disparity in figures ,t was small He told me thai the final reading, on Apr 28, drew an attendance of about 100, a ther encouragini figure tor an art form that unforl itely is %  II too neglected in affluent America toda) — i • on an evening of city-wide observance ol the Warsaw <• epic Host of the audience, he said, is drawn 'in the Yiddish-speaking elements, but mute a numbe of our own Y members drop in verj often, particulai young people with an intellectual and artistic curios the Yiddish medium, about Yiddish creativiti In 'I !" l nited SI ites The Yiddi h lb bn v poetr) series I he s of comp lively recent vim ;ui • %  ful that Its contin laki for rante V I then is i time discouraging. if not i leak i ., k of l e ll i eptiblv throughout I n ins im mi i ehi i rihle .! h %  Yiddish y few in the woi !d today I Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Stvle and Man AFTER HIS RECENT COOi n. ** with the British Prime Minister, Mr Ksiikol w.iaske reporter of a British lewisl %  iblication about the meeting Men hat sich geshooshket, replied Mr Eshkol None ot the big phrases that statesmen ol two i %  usuallv make alter -uch II for Eshkol The) lust h -hoo-llket When I'sbkol some months back visited the Whin lions,, and nhnnahkft" with the President, lie asked about that westing, and he mmmed it up b) saying ot President Johnson, lu is K> rischer hackur." on the more recent occasion >t the celebration ol Israel's Independence Day. ref -rring te Mine of the new weapons in Israel's pu*st. sion. Ur Eshkol remarked, doubtless with a \i* ol impressing Nasser, "these are not our only i> ies Mr Eshkol's Deputy Prime Minister. Abba Khan, cf course, would have said all Of these v quite differently. Mr Bban is more like Maonla) I' was said of Macaulav that when he was lour years old, an elderl) lady inquired about his toothaefca and he replied. "Madam, the agon) is abated Someone once said, "the style is the man Ksh kol ha> the light touch, with a dash of humor lb speaks Hebrew fluently, but he was in his lat.? teens when he left Russia for the Jewish Homeland and when he wants to make a pointed remark, h-* falls back on Yiddish. There is a Yiddish saving. "What one is ashamed of saying in Yiddish, one says in Hebrew." Hebrew clothes a thought with a kind of special dignity but i! one wishes to strike at the jugular vin. U the expression goes. Yiddish seems more -idled for the purpose, Anyway, where can one find I better word than "geshooshket?" foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Israel Planning Music, Drama Festival L Jerusalem PREPARATIONS ARE alrea %  !> well mi %  der way for Israel's fifth annual Fes tival Of Music and Drama, due to be r July 28 and continue through Au The preliminarj schedules rale seed here promise a varied and interesting pro gram, m line with the IHLII standard winch the festival organisers have set for henselvi -. and followed, m the years. Like in the past years — and more so — the "front row" ot the forthcoming fe tival will be occupied by is performers, In the field <>i ballet, which this year will play a principal role, then' will l>c thi fork t Ity Ballet, diroi iiv George Balanchine, The M-,I of the UO-member corps :being sponsored b) the State D partment. it will B eight performances There will also be a local dl resented by the Bathaheva (Rothschild) Dame Company, which has Martha Graham as its artistic advi i r. Another ol the Festival's central features will be the lames Baldwin all-Negro theater, whtel will perform Baldwin The Amen Corner" — a pla.v based oa the re %  is in-' ot the American Ne| ro i ich conl dancini jazz and gospel music Mr Si isited Israel some t a may atti d the Festival. "'he \:i.' i .>rnei" inow on Broadwa) nd on the •boh |) received in New i Pianist Rudolf Serkin will participate in the Festival as soloist and as artistic adviser of the Marlboro Festival Orchestra, which is composed of lOoutst cian-s, i %  thi I • stival will IKMr s. ,, old son, Peter wh > reci ntl) won aoi lam, in his Loa io*i debut ..t tile pj N' > ^ p ilitan Op e I i ^ l "i i en i,hid the Israel Philhi stra 1,1 ;i %  featuring the Isi tavid Bar (he Festival's openin • hich will nav raeli and Jewish program vvill feature he world premiere ol "Ornament! for Flute ani| Orchestra by the late Israel composer \ Boskoviteh, with L Toeplitz as soloist.



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L 'Aav 23. 1965 LIPTON TAKES THE HELM +Je*lst ftcrldlar Paqe 15-A om bined Appeal oes Over the Top -•inued from Page 1-A • ol caring for the needs national and overseas ,iml i oi ides a tramenlenge ti> the comm u nity koluntar) leadership for .. men, women and chil ;ii home and abroad. !he forces thai make for arid, none is so nulls none is so powerful, as •hmit hope, men are onlj With hope, they dream K. they plan, they work. y hoi Lipton declared, car i ontimre to make a our let.'ration through the work iiiul the goals e set bj Sidney Lefcourl rj capable officers and •mi .'.im tribute to i islanding steward ,• Federation, she Je ty's central pl.inmtie and g agency, •cbi Lehrman, who stepvn after two successful • the helm of CJA, was for his dedicated lead•uch helped to revitalize Dined Jewish Appeal and creased support of more CCO to the CJA annual the ••'"< lion of offu ers chosen ihi annual meel S imuel N president; Sidnej ite pas) presi •si lents, Sidnej I> Cypen, David n, : KJ plan and Dr B Gold ui arshall S Har •i-nrer; David P, <.tsm.ui, secretary; and Norton I 'allot. associate secretarj Trustees ol the new slate inchide San, Blank, chairman, Leonard Athens, Ben Blum, Leo A, Chal km, Sam A. Goldstein, Baron de llirsch Meyer. A .1 Molask\ Josee* \l Roae, Harry Sirkln. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, and Mrs Carl Weinkle Rabbi Lehrman and Lefcourl were honored with number of presentations, Samuel \ Priedland, honorary I resident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, presented Rabbi Lehranan with an Award tor Service as an outstanding chairman from the National United Jewish Appeal Judge Irving I j pen, a pasl president ol Temple Lmanu El Rabbi Lchrman's con regtation, and a vice president of the Federation, presented Dr Lehr ir,an with a handcrafted sterling Iver Torah pointer and plaque, .•nrl a scrapbook citing his accomplishments .. chairman ol : h e Coml ined Jt A-ish Appeal Dr. Lehrman praised the community "for the outstanding volunteer leadership it has given to Combined Jewish Appeal, which accounted for the campaign achieving its goal for the second successive year. I am proud of the community's acceptance of our ancient heritage and tradition "that every Jew is responsible for every other Jew." he stated. I am pi >ud too, thai tins hum : : truly hei .. i ontbii "'l Jewish Appei I, sponsore : ppoi led b> all areas men) "i o ir i ommunit) I receipt to date, of aln by other Jewish communal services. Annual Meeting Dinner Chairman David B. Fleeman (left) congratulates newly-elect President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Joseph M. Lipton (tight' at the event at the YM and YMHA of Greater Miami on Saturday evening. 11.(100 in In Idual i ontributions ber, indicates thai responsible lit; and thai our Federa. itruly our central Jewish < ommunal organization l *a\ id B Fleeman, chairman ol the annual meeting, presented Outgoing President Lefcourl with a desk si; and w it li an inst ribed >k citing the man? a %  pro rams, and pr jects ui which he led the Federation h thre < terms In inannual reoorl !. %  stressed his c mvicti ns th it .. led< • mpaign ithe finest %  trumentality for serving the total Jew ish community lie rising tide of public opinion in the local community, i i ili toward federate l 4i\ ing and toward the lifesaving n irk of the l eder; tion, which i> daily called bj an increasing number <•! individuals and ot I >ns both lly and o\ > seas for lifesa\ ing aid. it i and sen ices Lefcourl stated thai "Federation's iuti, i c \~ m good hands by citing the studies ol the Ten Year < 'apital Net ds I mmit I which iprojecting a blue-print for future capital expansion bj Fed • ation's afliUati Presentations of handcrafted silver Kiddush cup* brought back by Rabbi Lehrman during hit pre campaign trip to Israstl were presented to key division heads of the campaign. Recipients were Mrs. Inei Krensky, chairman of the Women's Division; Norton Pallot and George Tali • noH, co-chairmen of th* Trades and Professions Council; and John N. Serbin and R. Williams Apte, chairman and co-chairman respectively, of the Residents Division campaign. I'allot also received the 19B4 Federation President's Leadership Award, citing him as an outstand ing young leader of the Federa tion whose philanthropic and com munal achievements mark him for future leadership and service to all segments of the local community and to Federation Two amendmentto the by-laws of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration were passed at the annual meeting The first amendment raised the size of the Budget Committee t 40 members appointed from the Board ol Governors by the presi dent Included on this committee must be a majoritj of ho are nol members ol the Exe cutive Committee. An amendment was also passed which will broaden participation by the community in the Federation Executive Committee. dit ion to i 'hairman Da\ i I B I members ol the v nual Met ting < ommittee inclu l 'i Jost eh R N'arol spiritua leader of Tempi, %  Israel, sei v< is stmaster lot i he r\ er • Mrs Ja< k Katzman and VI Irving Lehrman. co-chairmen the Arrangements Committi M i Burton B iold -' %  in i h man; and Mrs i ioldstcin, chairman a >< %  j*^-* %  • n, tUlot Roosevelt, T ...,:-.i Beacb, %  • rTr r-'-r^.'"'--' ,tirferia£ i"J YOUR ONLY LOGICAL CHOICE FOR CITY COUNCIL i\ ELECT PHIL CHAFETZ LEVER 3-A r^u^ 'ievi.Se^ol An OPEN OFFICE DOOR to EVERY CITIZEN of Miami Beach MORE CIEAN INDUSTRY, such as TV and Motion Picture Studios KEEP TAXES DOWN Rejuvenate South Shore Conduct Council Meetings in a BUSINESS LIKE MANNER More Recreational Facilities for EVERYONE GROUP 2 Construct a MARINA SEA0RT Remove PARKING METERS from AIL STREETS Provide COMPLETE MEDICAL FACILITIES on SOUTH BEACH Supply COVERED BUS BENCHES at BUS STOPS End Star Chamber and Secret Council Sessions Additional POLICE PR0TECT0N in RESIDENTIAL AREAS -tf END REPRESENTATION OF A SELECT FEW AT THE EXPENSE OF MANY IM I*.. .Vl\ A MAN WITH A NAME MIAMI BEACH CAN BE PROUD OF • Elect I ELLIOTT 7B VOTE JUNE 1st Pull Lever 1-A Marty BURACK YOUR VOICE IN CITY COUNCIL IM P TWIX IITY 6LAS§ TO. 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Per i Str the w h> frit got Sid voi Jen pla M on Mr Sal \\h Page 16-A knist Ihrilin Friday. M ay 28 ls AJComm. Joins LCBC Tie Samuel N. Friedland (left), honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and president of Temple Emanu-El for 14 years, presents Dr. Iivina Lehrman, Combined Jawish Appeal chairman, with an award "for outstanding service on behalf of the National United Jewish Appeal." Mrs. Irving Lehrman looks on at the presentation moid* at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ennual meeting ftfiid Combined Jewish Appeal victory dinner dance at the YM and YWHA on Saturday evening. 'See story. Paqe 1-A\ MEW YORK (JTAi Exec utlve Board of the American Jewton Canrmit ee approved this week the organization's participation In budget review process of the Large CHj Bi Igeting Conference, i ui luntarj ass elation <>f t he ,., r .1 v h welfare funds in the I nil 'il v %  •' s Tinagreement was negotiated ,x \ rrn 13 A' am AJCom tee presid '., PI ill E Hoffman. charman of th< % % % %  d, Richard \i as, vice pr es id e n t. and Dr John Slasoi %  exi utive vie • sid< nt, with a ci mmr.tee head %  c i>\ Gi orge Michelson, chairman f the I CBC Al ram announce I .i,,. nt at t C tmmittee's >8th annual meeting heri The LCBC studies programs. ..' %  iand sources oi income of Kershaw to be Speaker Harry Kershaw, president >f Health and Happiness Club, will speak on "Sharing Health and Happiness" on Saturday, 7:30 P in :ii Washington Federal Au ditorium. \2?.A Washington Ave eootwrtfinf nMmrt and overseas Jewish agencies and conducts joint budget review meetings Participation is voluntary and LCBC recommendations are advisory only. Abr*m said that in fh negotiations with the LCBC, the AJCommittee had been particularly concerned that the organilatin's participation would not compro-nise its au onomy and lhat AJCcTimittoe participation would be based on the principle that budgeting cculd not be iinkeJ to al'ocation of function among agencies. Another factor, he n-iKirtrrl wts %  •the ind< pendence ol our govern I., ih.i • determine our ait il ,.,!„ %  i i i m with other i s Km th i was "our right, never wc d i not agree with a report to h ive our own • temenl i irculaU l ogether with ., rep rt; and to submit two s, | aral Igets ne for our -.•. .gram, the i her tor i r "\ ITeas pr gram Michaelson I .i u d ed the agree n ent. declaring that the LCBC and ,.,'. of it constituent we I f ax •• funds "antuip benefit*" from the ^tial 4 FOR EHGUNDfli "you con'f cr?ue with success" WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER WOLFIE COHEN JOSEPH H. GARDNER ALLEN GOLDBERG NORMAN GIllER LEVER 4-A 443V %  I RTON TIRE CO -^>-*>i k** TIRES SALE PRICED WORLD'S LAK01SJ B.F.Goodrich NRf DtALUi 10 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA — SINCE 1*14 O IANTITIIS LIMITED BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY ALL SIZES LISTED WHITEWALL TUBETYPE TUBELESS 600x15 etarkwall lubetvpe J600x13 Whitehall Tubeiess 650x15 Blackwai! Tubetype I 670x15 8lackv.aH Tubetype I 710*15 Btackwail Tubetypcl 600x15 Whitehall Tubetype 600*13 BLviwal! Tubeiess! I B50xi5 Whitewall Tubetvpe 600x15 Whitewall Tubeiess 600> 13 Whitewall Tubebpe 6S015Whitew3ll Tubeiess 710x15 Whitehall Tubetype All tirej aim fed. Ta and t.td t.re o" /our ca> NO MONEY DOWN WEE, EAST MOUNTING EASY CREDIT TERMS OUR 41st YEAR OPEN 24 HOURS & ALL DAY SUNDAY 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. B. F. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guaranteed 24 Months! PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 as low as Complete Safety FRONT END JOB INCLUDES: 9 • Aligning front end I L • Balancing front wheels 1 J • Adjusting camber w w • Adjusting caster • Adjusting toe out • Adjusting steering • Repacking front wheel bearings WE ALSO CHECK: Brakes Ball Joints Shoclr*bsorbers Muffler Tail pipe ir conditioned end tortio" bef CNI ihfMiv hi|i Al. wort it Ooae Bv Lioart. factory-Trained Mr I • CompleteSafety BRAKE JOB 95 IMCLUOIS: • Replacing lining on all 4 wheeIs • Overhauling all wheel cylinder • Turning all drums (if needed • Adjusting brakes • Hooding brake lines • Filling brake system with new fluid WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings Shock absorbers Springs Grease seals Master cylinder Emergency hand brake C-t. Cc.ji'. fai-on r 0 'd All Other American Cart S2 Lifetime Guaranteed MUFFLERS You'll NEVER have tj BUY another muffler for your present car Ours are guaranteed tor the life of your car PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION Prices Start At 9 1 ) We do NOT "Farm Out" our credit accounts to finance companies! 4 MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. open 24 hours & all day Sunday 500 West Flagler St. 6779 S.W. 8th St NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th Avi. NORTH MIAMI BEACH 1700 NE. 163rd St. MIAMI IEACH 1454 Alton Road SOUTH BADE 9001 S. Diiie Hwy. "BT H0LIYW00L 6017 Hollywood Bld t State Read si H0MESTEA0 30100 South Federal Hwy. FT LAUOtROAlE 1830 W. Broward lied 3050 W Broward Blvd WEST PALM BEACH 627 North Dixie MECHANICAL SERVICE AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES'



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Mrs. Trinz Will Head 'No Minimum' Group *. e w. ovnan s World rjcnt ii i. i %  k: ..I I vi I i i Trinz, a vice prea( of No Minimum Dili iflor the Young ,\ ision 'if the Combined h.ibeen nrminatol the division for ent of Mrs. Trinz' se ,de by Mrs. Robert airman of the N'omin ttee. ,.-i the N'omin.iting ComSusaman were i.: Mrs Richard Daniel Meal Heller. • n an, Mrs. J. AliLeague Ladi es Given Citations II monda and (fold were awarded to a f volunteers at the .1 annual donoi at Chez Papa Res%  i re presented to Mrs. %  thai, Mrs. Arthur Mrs Marvin Tragaah • 125 or more, each, and IWJ service requirements. I rizes i re awarded stalled president, Mrs and .Mrs Sam Ros 'n %  i r more as their ; u .-i .• tie at pre : led to i >lui ..-' %  i li i i %  | rv i ce I | i Landy, %  • • Mitch :i. I \\ d Not : ten Siegel and Mrs Mbert Weintraub. Mis. Inez Krensky, chairman of he Women'Division, O mbined u;sh Appeal, will be the install ng i tl'ieer of the Young Women's •nstallation on Tuesday, June 8. at 10 a.m.. at the V\| and YWHA '>t Greater Miami other i.o: innounced by Mrs Suasman, in fdjUlion to Mrs Tnn/. include Mrs l!n.,;,nl Katzen and Mrs R ( ,-ri T aui..:. vice pi idenl %  No Minimum Di\ isi in; Mrs and Mrs R % %  :< ?hs piro, \ H e presidents, Education ; Mrs Richard Litl and Mrs Da Seal lb Hi r \ ice president Pace setters I> \ ision; Mrs Howard Ay%  '.. Mrs Daniel Fran o, p, rli i an; Mrs iti.hard %  diate past pn si • Mrs J Allen Siegel N'omiitte chairn an; Mrs %  i %  bei Mrs M u shall Har Mrs Sam Luby Ji Mrs Howard Scharlin, Mrs R char SI Mrs Howard Inn/. Nominali 'i mittee l he iK w ing fa n % %  l n nominated t the I rd rrk> HI \\ IIi i Ja i >n RK-llKI liel -• %  M %  M %  • Hal| r n i-rt Krlm %  %  V Knimei Mill. !. %  .•• I!..| • I I ...I 111 III %  .... v .... !: ': • • > .. s er v i ce on '. vdv.s.ry I ..!. .lelvyn 1 M Daniel Neal ei Mi S m L IJ Jr Hi Ham B smith a % %  rl V eJewish Flor idian Miami, Florida. Friday, May 28, 1965 Sectior. B Officers of Temple Sinai Sisterhood are installed by RabLi Dcniel M. Lowy at the Balmoral Hotel. Theme lor the year, "Lend Us Your Hands." was introduced in sonq at the luncheon last week. Left to right are Mrs. Irvinq Denmark, vice president; Mrs. Leonard Kimball, *, t n j bv ISABEL GRCVF : from an extended • oi Europe are Pi ulinc Si ter an l %  /. who i Ahan i d -t Preceding ... ". 1 ..; )/.I.K sumutii t to the eontinenl Dl • eek in New • i nds and seeing of the Broadwaj ihowi trip abroad for : | led Lisbon, Israel, Istanbul, is, Vienna Park, and Lonrktail partj Sunday 1 ride and -room Paand 1) maid Kramer i I i antOT and Mr rd Ki a Hostesses with e Mrs I i i BeckMrs Milton Keller si of honor chose a il .-I p iw.ler blue Her mother, %  Westi n, oa the i husl and I'r Weston, in a fashionabli br twn and -A hue tin en print with matching organza Ci at, and future mother-in-law. Mrs Nathan Kramer, • so rtcd by Mr Krami r i hie in a white knii trimmed in Kelly green and royal blue Guest included Patricia's sister, Meryl •" r! Ton} B nell grandparents Mrs Anna Hyman ai d Mr. and Mrs Max W'einatein; other relatives. Mr. and A i William l armel, with Jerry and Lin. m New York, Mrs Flor Mr irtne ', th J %  h Pilz I -Mrs .1-1 rj 1 ii M • x : '. Di k Gerard. Stanlej Happ; r 'he June 12. irah Sin one Thurn an, oni ., %  %  iat< d >t, \ ens ColCohii ia Aa on Ma> 31 For her th sis, "The So< >al i r anizati m i f the Israeli Kib 1 oi/. she did a tu il research by living "ii an hraeli Kitbutz las: lummer w'ule at college, she active in Phi Theta Kappa. Stephens Colle re hon rary frat entity, served as treasurer in the Fon ign Ri latioi I gani zati n and in HUlel Foundation in Columbia Daughter i I Mi and Mrs Harold Thurman, 3801 Riviera Di Di boi a i will be mar rie I m Julv to Mil nian Arthur Joseph Smith • • • Buffi t feal Greek and Or dishes m and Continued on Page 5-B corresrondinq secretary, Mrs. Abr Se:c : treasurer; Mrs. Seymour Shafrcn. oresider/: Mrs. Gerard MOPS, financial secretary; Mr^. Stanford Cooke. vice president; Mrs. Sophie Whitehouse, recording secretary; Mrs. Richer-; Greenbaum, vice president. I iiir rib tivUlvrs tin bvnvh businU's sti Sand swinger or the look for the seeDune Deck's ruffled crop tops over sfetcb briefs. Plaid with denim, cr red polka dots ever white. Also in gingharr checks. 5 to 13 sizes L'OWNIOWN V • I o'es' **&& *NW£& XJ 1=1 ID I N E 'S



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Page 2-B +Jewish Hcrldlan Fridc-v May 28, AJCong. Women Slate Division Board Meeting Women's D \\ i sion. American j ev i sn con • -• ill """'i' 1 %  '" Ex til in the SI Club ; pes; ii al n tu ill b %  lenlelecl Mrs Irving B Kaplan The meeting v ill be the first ol ,,. the forn i I workshop to ii r ii'!?' new ili\ isioi members and plan activities foi the coming year Participating with Mrs Kaplan will be Mesdames Leonard Sider ky. s> Re< e William Brown Helen Dudell, Ben Weintraub. Ruth %  % %  I i evinson Bnd ufcert Zu kerman, yne Chapter; Vfesdami Sylvia Stiver! Royal j ona8 Harrj Wolk. Samuel Leiner. Sam Ru It Justine I hapter; Mesdami Joseph Albuquerque, Man s Cohen, Louise Cohen. Sam Herder Joseph White, [saboile Slavitt. i-ii portuDita Pro ,,, Hi d Mart," i. 11 jponal dire* r i.-ir ongress ni Mrs. Isaac Hirsch Ever (left), wife of the spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, and Mrs. Berel Wein, wife of the spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, hold a proclamation by Miami Mayor Robert King High citing the recent Women s Branch Sabbath here of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. The proclamation emphasizes the goal of the organization "to arouse the Orthodox Jewess to her role of spiritual guide in her home and community." Home for Aged Annual Volunteer 'Recognition Coffee' Slated Wednesday Greetings will !>< %  given bj Mrs. William Brenner, Section presl dent NCJW. .md Mrs. Harrj Orleans, vice president in chanze i>f services. Mrs, David Phillips, board member <>t the Home, wlB present personal gifts to the volunteers madi bj the residents in the ceramie craft elass. Mrs Lflu is Gordon. Council senior citizen chairman at the Home, will chair the meeting. Residents Choral Group led by Mrs. Edith Krause. NCJW volunteer, will otfer original selections dedicated to the volunteers, with Mrs. Lylian LeV'ine, Junior Auxiliary volunteer, at the piano. More than 90 volunteers, giving service to the residents of the Home throuchout the year, have accumulated 3.500 hours of service in group work activity Friendly Visiting and Escort Ser \ ices sh II me fi r the Aged will hoi l its annual volunteer "Rec... r tion C iffee on Wednesdaj S i a m al dhe Home. Volunteers of the National C ur cil <>t Jewish Women, now in it> llth year of service to the resits >t the Home, and the recently formed JHA Volunteer Service Corps, will be honored. Program will include an evaluation Of volunteer service during The past year, progress made, and future planning. Discussing the program will )* %  Mrs Sadie Gordon, supervisor in charge of the group activity pr-v gram, and Mrs. Martha Cohen, supervisor of social service and the Friendly Visiting and Escort Service Program. Women Accountants to Meet Miami Chapter, American ciety "i W n Accountants, will II new • rs el, Coastal wers APARTMENTS 159th ST & COLLlflS AVFH45-6326 .' %  BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH is STORKS Of w'iFitftOH: luxunr STUOIOS iSJBfCROOM • APARIMIS": fro* FfUl CAHP('IIG "•!( PARING '.115 MODELS NOW OPEN 9 AM TO PM It iY APPOINTMENT AMI n tl< !:•' D'. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-sire apartments free central a ir "' '' -ing and heatmg large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on E 3iy only 3 -minutes fron V M • id *es takes you west to the Airpcrt, south to d -vn Miami or Key Biscayne and north to 79" Ireet Were right below the 36'h St e> h connects with all other txpn ind inshme State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest 5! ( OMI'Mtl 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — vaiet shop — lajndry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-ho'e putting green — boat dock and fishing oier — 5 beautifu % %  •ded acres of g When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! only I tWr I monthly for DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS I Two fledi ible PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! ( V TOWE RS Rental Apartments <— ON BISCAYNE BAT *T N. E. 33rri ST. MIAMI. FLOtlBA PH. FI 3-3193 NB



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Friday May 28. 1965 +Jenlsti FhrHi^r Page 3-B Pleasure and gratification are expiessed in the smiles of three entral figures at t h e Hadr.ssah-Israel anniversary luncheon Monday. At left, Academy Award-winning film star I ontaine confers the Woman of Valor Award upon Mrs. chrman as luncheon chairman. Mrs. Fied Jonas, joins • ressing warm congratulations. Some 1,400 Hadassah s attended the event which netted S284.500 in Israel ies. 1,400 Miami Beach Hadassah Members Mark Israel's 17th Anniversary Here Emil Morton. Alexander HUH, VII iiNash, llany Platoff, David Ponve. .lack s Popick, Sej mour Silvermai Sai Milton Sirkin, Sadie 'i ibrs ham I Uslander, Max Weitz, Maurice I Zaretsk) Presidi nts ol Miami Beach Ha> i ho re n cip %  in • oi Scrolls of Hoi e I h (dames Jos< ph E| stein, Baj Harb 'i tis Bernard Li] M, Elizabeth Steinbach, Bran11 BS Gertli iIt e r i) e r t Gutman, Esther Leviti, Deborah; Hattie Salir, Esthei Max Vtfachiner, I. I; I dm in Hi ton WeinHerd; JoserV Meyer Ii raeli Jack Wilfsti in, Emma Lazarus; ESmanuel Mentz. \| it. -ti Towers; Sherman Fast, Renanah; Syl. via Kurland, Hanna Senesch; Michael Peinstein, Shalom a; Joseph Rosenberg, Southgate; Sol Green l erg. Henrietta Szold; M inning Mintus, Stephen S Wise; Samuel Solkoff, Kadimah Kii and Herman Feller. Foil.Towers l he Givenchj Israel Fashion Fes11\ al was staged oordinated ami accessorized bj Burdine's under the direction ol Mi-Bettj Sher win, fashion coordinator Lorber Chapter Lunch Tuesday Dr. May A Branson, 'Nan of women at the LJi vei il Miami, will be guest speaker an I installing officer al Lorbi i i ter. Children's Asthma R< Institute and Hospital, luncheon al 11 46 a m Tuesdaj at tb< B ster Restaurant Officers who will serve with Mrs Herbert Teller, succeeding Mrs Gerald Klugenaan at pre* dent, are MiArnold Grossman, coordinating vice president; Mrs Alli n Absison, wayand means vice president; Mrs Ira Segal, membership vice president; Mrs Sam Greenfeder, programming vice president; Mrs Gar) Brehm, recording secretary; Mrs Burl Kleinman, corresponding secret ary; Mis Sidney I lainchapter secretary; MrStuart Shapiro, financial secretary; Mrs Don Til zer; treasurer; Mis Robert Loeb, auditor. Luncheon chairmen Mrs S n Greenfeder and Mrs David Dorl man. have arranged entertain men! in the form ol an original -kit to he presented bj tinchapter's outgoing officers and '. %  ors. New pre ;idenl Mrs Tel i. rber ( hapter lor the i n years She has served p \ Hipresident and in 19< pi i sented w .!ii the Good i.. service award Bay Harbor Unit Installs Officers Baj Harbot <.i up oi Hadass i held its annual installation lu n tin Singapore Hotel on May 10. MrJo si p h Epstein was installed apresident, Mesdames Bamej Davis, administration • denl Morris Jacobsoi I n urer; Louis Rosenberg, final ...l secretary Rita Solomon, recording secretarj MrNal Barth, Miami I Chapter president, was installii officer Musical program t ted the afU i noon all attendance and Is I-H >; purchase records for a ,it.or i loo members of \1 ami Beach chapter of Aasah celebrated Israel's i"th • i .ii"> Momlav and joined in Mrs ir\ ing Lehman bj S24. JOO in Israel The occasion "as the Hadassah iversao' luncheon at the 'i. oh an Hotel, where Mrs. Lehrman. ite of I)r Irving an, rahhi of Temple Kmuiui i u, 'he recap enl ol the cov .. i an oi \ a lor Award. WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING AAAL ENGLANDER • ARTHUR COURSHON • JOSEPH PRAOO • JtNNIE KRAMER • AUCE BECKMAN LEVER 4-A HI 1'ni \.i\ Responding to an address by Rabbi Leon Kronish, recently installed chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, members of the audience purchased the largest amount of i nds at a Women's Division event. Chairman ot the luncheon was Mrs Fred Jonas, and co-chairman was Mrs Sam Blank Other luncheon I e a d e r s were MrNat Barth. president of the Miami lieaoh Chapter ot Hadassah. and presidents ot the IT groups ol the chapter who received Scrolls of Holier in recognition ot their itStanding service on behalf of Israel and Israel Bond-. A highlight of the afternoon wai the presentation ot the GivenchyI I Fashion Festival with Aced i m> Award H inning film star. .lean Fontaine, as commentator. Fashions represented the out standing wort oi Paris designer Hubert de Givenchj and the lead ins Israi ers I ..;• %  < sj mbolic cer emoo] 1 .,m i ake d bj a huge Menot • kindled by li lint! membei s ol ssah in oration ol Israel anniversar>. 'I aking par' in tic eremonj. conducted b) Rabbi Kronish, were the Mi -dameJoseph Ash, Samuel Heckiiinan. Ben Bruit. Eva Blum. Jack Carner, Sonia Danovitz, Max F I a 1 k of t. Sam Puchs, Morns HUM h. Sam l.uihinan. Joseph Lipton, Tessie l.ut. A, J. 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Page 4-B vjewlst fkrldttar Friday, May 28, 1965 Recently-installed officers of the newly-formed Atlantic Shores Chapter of Women's American ORT are seated (left to right) Mesdames Martin Lodge, financial secretary; Seymour Rubin and Hvman Rottenberg, vice presidents; So! Feldrr.an. president, South Florida Reaion. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Harry Teplitz and Charles Steingold, secretaries; Michael Matson. parliamentarian: Abe Rosen, treasurer; Herbert Alpert, vice president; Jacob Glassman, sponsor; and Georqe Rand, vice president. B'nai Raphael Congregation Announces Appointment of Mrs. Sa!m as Director r< H nnah S a 1 m has 1 director of B Raphai ation. Mrs S \ duties I>I Saim serve as : Temple Beth El %  v • : exe< •n Park Ten i 'ark nd assi 1 Sina "•'. ation the Na on Xatioi • • • on 1 Ten inistr 11 nan of ] • nt foi : in Chil li Sen ice of E\ hi i iti inal chairman >l til ues fcr the Nati • 1 ration f Tempi' 1 Sisterh 1 Council Women In Orientation ,. %  1 ncil of Jewish Wo men, Greater Miami Section, held 1!annual leadership training and rii atatio pro ram on Wed day at Temple Israel Presi is Mrs William 1 Brenner theme was Comrnunica• ons." and plenarj sessions were i>> Mrs Startle; Myers tional vice president; Mrs. Sid in \ Lewis ."l Mrs Varon Fair, i oth national board members; %  1 Mrs Raymond Rubin, Section : president secretarj Vat Fed Temple Sisterho 1 Is; \ • nal Speakers Bureau at nal Fi leration ol I ind I'nion ol American Hebrew Conpregal -i 11 airman il • \ • >•• Jev -h %  %  ind mi mber ol the Execu live C immittee of I'SO I %  (he Fifth Servici 1 nma : War II. \ announced hj the at 1101 \v. I83i I Si the election ol Harrj Hau 1 resident of B'nai Raphael, • M elected were Alex Jarel exi -u live ice president. ; I ldin-; vice president; Wilbur Heine second ice pi 1 si lenl .1 Miller, treasurer; Ethel Simon, responding secretarj %  Norman E(brand, financial secretarj an I Mrs Phyllis Garberg, recording secret 1) 1 r e c tors a r e A r n o I >l Miller, Merle Litman, Barney Gor enstein, Bernard N'issman, Sj Feir 1 stadt. In i ng Cohen, Jerrj Greenfield, Ben Shapiro, Arthur Zimmerman, Martin Amster, Emanuel Brow n, Hyman Rubin, Jerrj Cole, Howard Hart man. Stuart Wagner, Jerrj Sormenschein, Henrj Max. Mac Marks, Murraj Raben Bruce Morgan, Kay Seftall, Sid Danoff. and MrHarry Hauman. president "i Sisterho %  fc Fashion League Picks Helen Baum As New Officer Helen Baum, who neads her own public relations tirni. has been elected secretary-treasurer of the National Home Fashions League at a national conference hold last week in Chicago. Olga Gordon, Of Philadelphia. was reelected president and Edna Rymal Cox, of Los Angeles, was named vice president of the national organization, which boasts a member hip of 1.500 professional women Mrs. Baum represented the Florida Chapter at the conference on the national Board of Directors vice president in charge of education Prior to that, she served two termas president of the state. H ide group she ia press affiliate m< mbec : the Fl rida Ch ipl r v • [nstil iti '1 Intel i Designers, and a member of the Public Relaof Vm erica Vttei %  the i • • Dorotl in Mi i Mrs %  S I HELEN BAUM Mind'.in to be Speaker %  i lot Floi %  • %  %  Phi Sig Alums To Meet on Bench Man %  %  cl Mrs Me-,., R. ya \vt %  i %  %  it tin i V %  a Sign MRS. HANNAH S.'.LM City of Hope Installations Held Joint installation of the Miami Beach and Robyn Tubin Chapters <>f City of Hope was held May 22 at the Deauville Hotel Headed hy Mrs Cj Tubii Pitsky, president. Miami Beach Chap ter slate includeMes lames Jack Greenberg, Harriet Edwards Duki Ranter, Irvini Hoffi Harraj Kas lan, vice presidents: Irving Tan her. treasurer; Max \mhowiti rles Mintz, Al ( line Al Gi bard. William Arbor, Era Rosi • feld, David Weiss, set Daniel Piver, histoi iar Bei nard Goldfinger, Bernard lloffn orarj past preside) ts and Mi Larry Paskow, godfather Officers of the Robyn Tubin Chapter for i2160 N.W. 79th 5t BILL PHONL 696-4221 HOFIVSANN NURSERIES OPEN 7 DAYS. 7:00 A.M. to 7 Cu • fi 6630 S A Vth Ave Front Ste.fns Ml %  ,3300 S W *


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Friday, May 28, 1965 *Je*lsi> tkr/f/tr Paqe 3-B Socialite ... Ly SsaLcl Cf Continued from Pag* IB at a musvale and travelogue session earlier this month Wearing traditional native costume, Asako Totnlta, Japanese mezzo-soprano, offered a reper toire of Krenc h, Hebrew and Japanese songs, with pianistcoach Esther Barrett as accompanist Guiding angel for the evening was Ruth Brotman. herself a well-known lyric coloratura soprano Guests from the world ot miMic were Mana Zucca. internationally-known pianist and composer, with husband Irwin C'assel, Jane EJ|hejr, Raoul Spivak and wife Louisa, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Inland. Florence Kutzen, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S< rin, Nora and N'ico Feldman. Celia Landis, Mrs. Morris Levin. Nana Schakert. Evelyn Koppelni.m Also Helen Alpert. author. Phoebe Morse. Dr. Jerome and Dr Shirley Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs Alexander Kogan. Rhoda Levine, Lionel Cassel, and Herman Binder. • • • Married ,'wi years, Mr and Mrs Jack Auerbach will be guests of honor Sunday in the Louis I'hilhppe Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel when their children. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Auerba.h and Lt. Col. and Mrs. Seymour Lakin. entertain for them A festive Bas Mitzvah celebration for daughter Marcia planned by parents. John and Frieda Gav i.iSunda) evening at the Red Lion Restaurant The party 1for Marcia's friends, and she seems to have a lot of them — 35 subdebs expected. • Here to celebrate the Bar Mitt vaii of brother Douglas D. Strut ton. hisister Elizabeth, who will have a Bachelor Of Science degri e from Columbia University in New York City come June Also arriving to honor the son of the Alan (J Strattons, Mr. and Mrs Leo L Tauritz. Manhattan Miami Food executive Erwin Stern and wife Fran, traveling abroad until the end of June, storing up impressions for retelling on their return Last heard from, they were in Switzerland A JCong. Meeting Slated Tuesday Rabbi Leon Kronish, president South Florida Council, American Jewish Congress, will meet with the Executive Committee of the Council on Tuesday noon at the Standard Club. Chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action. Bernard S. Mandler. will give a special report on the Church-State aspects of the Equal Opportunity Progr a m. In addition, there will be a report on the current discussion reBanting the proposed constitutional amendments on legislative reapportiooment. Participating in the meeting will IM Rabbi Jonah K. Caplan. Jack D c. irdon Mrs David Muskat. \I: Joseph N'evel, Mr Bernard S. Mandler, Mrs Harvey E. Kramer, Kipper, Mrs, Irving Kaplan. Mrs. LeoC. Steinberg. Mrs. Harold Jaffer. Mrs. Anna Bren ner Meyers. Mr. Bernard Segal. Mrs Leonard Sidersky. Rabbi Max D. Lipschitz, Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, Mrs. Sy Reese. Mr. Henry Gilbert, Mrs. Irving Quartin. Rabbi Richard M. E. Marcovitz, Mr. Abraham A. CrunhiU. Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlae. Mrs. Harold Druker. and Howard Hollander. rove Sweet -ixteen Jennie Ava Weiss will be feted at a birthday party Saturday night at Chandler'a Her parents, Essie and Sam Weiss, planning the affair in their daughter s honor. • • • Friday is I) for Departure Day for Ann and Israel Teitch, leaving nil the SS Shalom for a month's stay m Israel A past president of Mizrachi, Ann will particularly look up that organization's new project there, as well as paying a second visit to relatives Next leg of the journey will be London, where the Tckclus have family, and a month sightseeing in England, Scotland, Sp a i n, Sv itzerland, Portugal before the tup home on the Santa Maria Before leaving. Ann was tendered a luncheon at the Seville by Mr> Sam Jacobs and was also honored guest with husband Israel at a dinner party hosted by the Morris Brafmans. A m Another couple jetting across the Atlantic, with Israel their destination. Miami Beachites Sarah and Morris Crist, returning to that country after 52 years High point will be reunion with her brother there The one-month vacation plans also allow for a first trip to Italy for the couple A good long look behind the Iron Curtain countries for Lil and Murray Shaw seeking new sights and sounds for their sixth time abroad Leaving June 4 on the Rotterdam, they'll have English-speaking guides to steer them around Amsterdam, Prague, Warsaw. Bucharest, Sophia, Belgrade. Budapest and Vienna In Salzburg, they'll start a motor COMPLETELY NEW AND SUPERIOR Chef BOV.AR'Dli spaghetti sau^ MARINARA KOSHER \ MORRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 tour of Switzerland with Inncsbrook, the scene of a nasty accident several years ago in which Lil suflered a broken leg, of par ticular interest The Shaws wish to see again the nurses who were so kind during her hospital stay Sometime in August, they'll land in England and then embark for home. Estellc and Milton Wand, who have celebrated all their wedding anniversaries at Chandler's, were presented with a special cake by owner Lou Rubin on the occasion ot their fifth recently Guests at the dinner party were Mr and Mrs. Harold Lewis, of Hollywood Beach, and Mrs. Anna Wand. Miami Beach Houseguesting at the Miami Beach home of her parents. Mr and Mrs. Leo Luria. Renee and Bob Leopold spent a week in the familiar surroundings of their former hi metown Gathering as many of their friends ap ^ Sible, brother Leonard and wile Gloria Luria entertained for the Leopolds at a get-together in their South Dade home Summer social calendar at Westview Country club being launched with a dinner dance on Sunday marking Decoration Day Other dates to be marked, according to Richard E. (Di.ki Deutch. Entertainment At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100o DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE UTTBM poa o*iric i ovttwnoMrs AMD LOW T fooo not** Buono?...it's Geshmakste! Whether you describe it in Italian or Jewish, this great sauce is the tastiest-the recipe of seafaring Italian folk. Now, Chef-Boy-ArDee gives you an authentic version of Sauce Marinara-with big pieces of Italian-style plum tomatoes, rich and zesty with onions, berbf, spues and olive oil. For spaghetti, noodles and rice, meats, fish and egg dishes-it'i flesnmakste...and meatk ssl NEW 1 LB. GLASS JAR There was a young jockey named Kirby Whose ambition was winning the Derby. When he drank all his milk After donning his silk He ran first on a longshot named Herbie. LIMERICK-WRITING MILK DRINKERS, ARISE Dash off a milk limerick (or several) that's original and clever. If it's a good one. we'll feature it (during June-is-Dairy-Month) in newspapers and/01 en radio 01 well he.nl'me your name on ( na of our famous milk biMboards. All mericka should be mailed in before Midnin'it 31, 1965 and become the property of Southeast Florida Dairy Institute Send as many limericks as you like P .re to include your name, address, occupation and I ,ite number of glasses ot milk you drink each day If you neither drink • write limericks. this be r'>e time to start doing boll) ? Committee chairman, are July 3, New England CishOUt: July 4. buffet and fireworks; Aug. 7, new clubroom hou.sewarn.ing; Sept. 5. Labor Day Jamboree: Sept. 6, Family Fun; Oct. 23. Fall Festival dinner dance; Mov 20 mal season opening w -jr • —a %  %  > %  about gathered for you Miriam Field Miracle on Second Avenue: I or ) cars people hav t been say ihai Yiddish is dying it not d so I happily report a remarks phenomenon. Weekend al weekend tor o\er M\ motv 20.000 New Yorkers (your colu nist among them) have flocked the Jewish \ illagc t heater on I 4venue anil 6th Street to appla Yiddish film classics 11 nglish s titles!) and lively 'l iddish re*. The old movies, set m "the i country," are particular!) movi CL'h.u did the Romans cat or _i Roman holiday Possibi) chopi herring. Centuries ago. in anc Rome, the gourmet Apicius o cocted such a dish. But I th. Ik you'll prefer my version of tangy appeti/er: CHOPPED HERRING 8 ounces schmaltz herring fillets 2 hard cooked eggs Vi cup grated onion • a cup vinega' l cup fine bread crumbs 2 tbsps. Planters Oil • 1 tbsp. sugi( hop herring and eggMSfKlj. Aid grated onion, vinegar, bread erum>>. Planters Peanut Oil and sugar. Mir in combine, (hill. Makes 2 cups. H hat moisture is it.' asked She i, fairest of women, "that doe* i I i.'i \. end from the loads, nor doeit gu I it is sweeter than honey and at %  > times n /> hui, i Rep S omon, who had chosen visa wealth I fa -< an the u tluit come from the heart ofn li hen he weeps fot foy, the ..•i tweet and when he weeps %  > the tears ai bitter." C*,> king Solomon in J( Queen of Sheba hn > an laden with gems and sp ma> be even col ee. \ oi that coffee grew in I thio (.000 yeai • ago v oi our ki c him no riddles Greet h with a lov ingsmilean< rich Instani i has & Santv i \v hy, he II feel he was wisest of men to many such a I little homemakcr SEND LIMERICKS TO: MILK, Box 11. Miami 45. Florida Mm! MORE MOCHA MAGIC! I ramform a Royal Instant v anilla i r l hocolate Pudding into %  no .ui ring mocha treat—mipiv i>> a.;ins ; u-.isp.Mins ol < has* Sanh i Insianl Coffee. Il's very giHHl! Is there a new l>ah\ m th, I u'i landmark in tin life o Ji >, ish child can !><' n • ora\ J in I beguiling "Our B,i/>\" hook p %  dated b} the Sational Worn I, ague ot the l niled S i mtgogm America It'sabab) shower gift charm the proud mama < parti, uh if the little newcomer M Her /;> PEANUT PYRAMIDS 1 egg *< cup brown sugar, fimly packe: 1'* cups unsitted Raul 1 .tsp baking soda • a tsp tilt \i cup Planters Oil • 2 tsps vami a I cup chopped Planters Cocktail Peanuts Beat cm: blend in sugar. < oml> Hour, baking soda and sail. Mi\ ii egj mixture allernalely with Plain. Pt anul Oil. Slir in vanilla and chopped Planters ( ocklail Peanuts. Drop b] leaspanmfuls onto lighilv oiled hak (kect. liakeal 373 I H la lllminules. or until done. Makes about .VI. Cl'hy do gourmel Jewish coi ..•os with Planters Oil? Because it the most delicate ot today's light poly unsatura ted oils, Because it's kosher. Because it's parve. \\ do gourmel Jewish >.i>oks cook with Planters Oil? raste their ma .meichulim and you'll kno-. MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS IXCL'JSN: EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER COUTHlAl' rx.cn -CK !*,> IHftTITUH 0 •! vs.



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Page 6-B 1 : sayli "thank you" to her friends and co-workers m ORT on the daj she went oul of office as president of Southeastern Florida Region, and Florence (Copperman*came in as president, it was .1 jay partj with Joanie's bus1 uis, being the most delighted 01 all in getting inck his wife Guests included Cynthia .ind Sidnej Kn nish, Sydelle and Dick Herschfeld, Henn) and Harold Schneider, Diane and Daniel Seal Heller, Lee and .'-irk Fils, Joyce and Jack Fishmam, Joan and Jenrtd Fishbein, Lela and Fred Bill, Ruth and Joseph Wilkes, Cynthia and Irving Greene, Doris and Leonard Lavine, Aulitaruth and Max Schemer, and Barbara and N'orman Segal. OUR BEST TO YOU Mondaj night Is sororit) meeting night Bnbby 1 Mis Storman) Brown, advisor to the Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsllon Phi at the Univer sitj of Mi; :". gave a dinner for the chapter In rority rooms in the Panhellenlc Building. The seven pledges carried around white rosebuds — t o help them L-et ,< .' grades m their exams the next day" A shower was given for Ellen Winer and Lenore Frank who will be married during the summer. The ^ift> were opened Installed as president of Mollie Kahaner S:sterhood for a third Mrs St -" n accepts qavcl frc-rr. Dr. M. A. Lipsrhitz, ; > 5 r of Beth Torah Congregation. Slate for 196556 aiso includes Mesdarr.es Ben Kcrp, Burton Young, vice idents; Louis Foster, Max Bresv Martin rd Sneider, secretaiies. Social Club Has Theatre Party \ rtments Wo Presidenl 1Mrs Gertrude Solo Mrs Barne> Hershman is %  parl conut G ove chairman of the Entertainment 1 use on Sati rdaj al 1 rw on 1 1 mmittei among delighted squeals Judge Marj B Gross man. a national \lpha Epsiton Phi honorary who recent !> retired from the bench in Cleveland after :;n years of service, spoke to the girls about me ol her experiences (luring her fr.i as "Hard Boiled Marj The huge cake was cut, hands were joined, and the Alpha Epsilon Phis who are known tor their lack of singing voices, rendered the traditional "Our Best to You A fen tearwere shed. ,. TOP BILLING CAROL KIRSH Ethel da and Dr. David Kirsh have three daughters, Andrea, Carol and Medellne, Grand parents, the Irving Gladstones, have been anx iously awaiting the Hme when the girts would be old enough to take to Europe Two years ago, Andrea went with them on a trip through North era Europe, Now it is Carol's turn, and -he left two weeks ago with her grandparents for Holland, Austria and middle Europe, Carol took along her Seoui uniform as she expects to visit our Chalet" in Adelboden, one ol the two Girl Scout chalets, the other being in Mexico Carol wore her Scout hat so it wouldn't gel crushed, putting a pin on it and keeping the insignia if< in her p ckei Madeline 1onlj eight she lias to wait a while for her nun Frances Lehman Subtly-Seasoned Beef Ragout Who likes stew Ei erj one wh( n it's cooked this subtl> sea soned w a oseman and baj It's sui e to l come one of fami 5 lav 0 1 !!< %  dinm 1 • Beef Ragout cup flour % %  ioon sail 1 8 teaspoon pepper 2 pounds round or chut K heel'. CUl 111 C 1 4 cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 cup water i tablespoons salt 1 tablespoi n chopped parsley 2 teaspoons minced garlic 1 1 umblcd l teaspoon rosemarj 1 teaspoi n round popper poui mushrooms, slit < d 2 cups thinly sliced onions 1 Clip sill %  I ;., Combine flour, and 1 8 teaspoon pepper, Dro cubes in flour mixture Heat ters Peanut Oil in a Dutch nveii Brown meat in hot P 1 nl Add wat< r, l tablespoon* -alt. parsli v minced garlic, baj 1 tea spoon ind pepper, < ovet. sin 1 1 about l hours or until meal is tender .stir oci asionall) Add ihrooms, onions ai pep per (niik an additional 10 n utes 11 gravj is too thin, sprinkle l tablespoon Hour over mixture: blend well Serve over noodles 6 to 8 sen ings, R J ^t^t ('nth* ocean at imami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR < /n a miaml country dub setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushncss of the Doral CounUy Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos-J phere of this resort-estaie. For complrie details, phase call Mr. David Kovoc, Director of Food and Beveragt Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 GILB£ m / m, 3 -m "V Li %  BALKIM CH V Gilbert J. BaQdn Chaptei B nai B'rith Women, helc installation on May 12. Left to right are Mis. Kennet! outgoing president; Mrs. Nat Levy, past president, Br tnct 5; Mrs. Sam Kurland, District Chapter consultant, v ducted the installation ceremony; and Mrs. Micho new president. fTi Marathon Stake At Flagjer Kennel Second round in the Flagler Ken nel Club's $6,000 Marathon Cham pionshtp -take comes up Saturdaj with a quartet of distance running ning stars from the Lea Cole and Happy StUtJ Kennelas the likclv favorites after brilliant first round victories lest week. With th iginal field of : %  ;> now reduced to 16, the marataoners will go to the |K>s; m two separate races over the 7 Hit dmile cour-e Saturdaj. Winner, in the qualiftng round re Coli in Mi morj and Ti Stroemer and Stutz' Western Fleece and Originals. Terfy STroe l.ier and Western Fleece bad Iden tical times ol 16.0, while l n Mem and ongtnata matched (6 i performances After Saturday's semi finale action, the field win IK. redo ed to eight for the -takes RlMta on June The Marathon is the first of a lei of major .wentwhich will provide -takeracing ,„.,;„„ ( Isadore Hecht's Phtgktr track ev. erj week throughoul the summer ''i ST. rf "* %  *'£ **£***. SO^&fc I A til Have that ss Meeting. Banquet, or (pecial Occasion You'll find complete facilities to ecctly satisfy your needs in he Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyot Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private parly I It th for IrHormjtrlont HAZEL ALLISON Calarlna Director, JE 14061 Mr. SI. Collins Av.



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Friday. May 28. 1965 +Jelsti fhridHnr Page 7-B > Mrs, Rosen *Makes History Via Satellite Little 'it for New York laal Sun laj But Mondaj morn rig, -;'>• was the very "first" t<> purchase .. masterpiece i the Barl] Bin television satellite. 'linauction, hel in New York's Parke-Bernel galleries, was Ihe lir>t auction ever held from the M reen i f the satelite MrRosen bid $.">6.lir. ;. >IMH'IH! showing of the masterpiece which will i<> ^hipped air expreea to Miami tn t* dlap laye d in the Collectors Gallery on Biscayne Mwl Emma Lazarus Holds Installation i inn i Lazarus Chapter. B'nai ith, h e I (I its installation on T u e s d a y evi I iH Washington Ave. Incoming president, Mrs In 4ei bi rl was inducted b) Mrs Ihur Hi rowitz Chairman for the evening was Miss Edith Simmons Roosevelt Lodge Award Night I. -evelt I. %  > d l G KnigtltS 0| Pythias, hel.I .in award proem,! tuui Monday evening it Pythian Hall B.n'ry Broadwho spoke on "The Prospects for My Genera • .in at toe recent Knights I'ythiai 20th annual public speak rig cootest, was presented with a r. for fir-t pla4 e Representing Roosevelt Rarrj also won first place at the i, and Lodge t on ention held cintly at the Seville Hotel Prixe n the State contest is .. $100 Sa v ingS 11 O II t the lodge. Vying for u>i> scholarship award .ot 12,000, Ban*) will next compete Pin Gulfpoti Miss and in the ftto IHheld HI Birmingham. Ala Religious School Teachers Feted Temple Beth Km honored teach IT. in the weekend Religious and Hebrew Schools last week Special tribute was paid ti> Mrs ll ,: i i principal ol Ihe Religious School, and its direi tor for the p iat ten years Teachers lumored include tli< Mestlamta Carol Heller, Barbara Bull in, Fn-cilla Pe r r y. Bertha Raskin, Ruth Kaufman Annette Kami. Sam Hollander. Dorothy Herman. Hulph Gomo Hr taky, Leon Fishi r, Lawrence Annis, Mooa Goldstein, Belt) Traurig, Jen*) K.it/en, Florence Birchansky, Mr and Mrs Norman Singer Uso Mesdames lean Probinsky, Jerome BdWoaon, Phyllis 7 mm 9 Pauline Potamkin, Cell Wayne. • Calie Lots, Hay Ski i>. Raj Ber nan. Ruth Paokk. Joan Ossip, Marshall Fisher Mum Osman. lrwin Marshall. Harold MermeUtetat ,ii d Han IA-\ II At the recent installation luncheon of Islander's Chapter of Women's American ORT at the Roney Plaza Hotel are seated (left to right) Mrs. Herman Glasser, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Morris Lipp, vice president; Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard and Mrs. Richard; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president Deemars Will Mark Anniversary Mr .and Mrs. isidor Deemar, of Chicago and :u8n Baj Dr Surfside, v ill I'elchrate their ."with wedding anniversary on Sunday June 6. at the Sheraton Blackstone Hotel in Chicaf To help them celebrate the oci ision will tie then children and eight grandchildren Mr Deemar has been in the real Mate business -nice 1918. H* %  :. member ol Ihe Chicago Heal Estate Board, as well as the Covenant Club, Anshe Kmet Temple in Chicago and Temple Ncr Tainid %  Surfside He is .!'•-" a men ber of B'nai B'rith, Zionist Organization and i he Mas nic i irder He was sele< led as Man of the \ r bj Temple Ner Tumid last March T> mil" of Southeast Region of ORT; Mrs. Leo Gross, chapter president. Standing are Mrs. Mark Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Rudolph Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Isadore Grue. vice president; Mrs. Murray Mandell, financial secretary; Mrs. Saul Haber and Mrs. Abbe Lane. Or. Prim on Radio Dr Joachim Prinz, president oj the American Jewish Congress, and chairman of the President's Con ference of Major American Jewish Organizations, "ill be featured m this week's "Agenda for Action" radio series Sunday. 5 p.m.. over station WMIE. Dr Prinz will speak on Hou New is the New Germany?" Women's League Slates 'Coffee 1 Metro Dade League ol Won en Voters will welcome prosp I \ members and friends at a mew bership coffee next W Inesday, 10 a.m.. in the .Ionian Marsh Auditorium. An original skit, "Come Join the League with me." written by Voters Service chairman, Mis Mar rill Taubh. and co-author. Mrs. William R Ah in. and featuring Mrs Howard Hirsch. Mrs Maurice Klynn. Mrs Clayton Charles, Mrs Abe Friedman, Mrs Allen Bornstein. Mrs Albeit Green, Mrs. Norman F.liot. Mrs Taub and Mrs Miles Chenault, will depict in song and music what the League of Women Voters bas accomplished during the past -JO years Guests will be welcomed by president. MrHoward Nelson, and by members ol the board MR. AND MRS. DttMAR Sugarine Familiar On Dining Tables Watching the waistline? Doctor told you to lost' weight? in either case, your job is going to be a loi easier, thanks to a pro duet called Sugarine Sugarine is the best known of all calorie-free liquid sweeteners From coast to coast it's rapid!) becoming a familiar sight on the dining tables Of homes and res and in the kitchens t'nlike must heat producing, calorie laden sweetening agents. Sugarine keeps you cool, cant add even one small ounce to the waist line It's flavor is light and bright, not heavy or ) rupj It dissolves instantly in liquids, so there's no problem ol undissolved wastes on the bottom ol cups or glasses \ mere three drops sue.'tencoffee or tea The popular, four-ounce bottle contains sufficient sweetening power for more than TIKI cups ol coffee or tea And it's a true delight, too. m the kitchen I se it wherever 'sweetness alone is required—cusUlds, sherbets, cereals, puddings ill can be made, deliciousl) so with Sugarine All leading grocers stock Sugarine Reach for it in the SUgar and dietic sectionnext time you -hop —S.'l. New JWVA Unit Installs Officers New l> formed Four Freedom Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, u a s instituted a n d officers installed last week in the -oilal hall oi the Fout Freedoms Hou-.' Installing officers were Mrs Louis Deutsch, department president. MrMa\ Keir. national officer; and Mrs Irving Cooperman, department senior vice president Slate headeil bj Mrs Sam Tanahaum. president, includes Medames Harrj Bloomfield, Bertha WOSkoff, WCe president-. Ma\ Chernoff, chaplain. Arnold Holzer, conductress; Irving Henken, patri oiie instructress; Andrew Hersbin. treasurer; 1. uis Jaffe, secretary; Charles Siegel, historian and publicity Simon B. Moskow, guard; lay Strumpf. musician. Ben Corn, telephone chairman II ISC A V X I T i: K II \ c i: 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THf STABS AND HtAVIN JOIN YOUR ffST/V/T/'S" AT THE BtAUTIFUt NEWLY DECORATED STARLIGHT ISAMJIOOM SfcATiNG UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 IT WAS A SMASHING SUCCBSSf WHAT WAS 7 BETTYS AFFAIR AFFAIR? AT THE EVERGLADES ROOF For Elegant Functions ;omp'ete Catenng Fac.lil.os lor that Special irlv se'.eJ in superb fashion selling thai will reflect your good taste. __.^,_ .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS .WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tele .tele or gal. celebration -.th 3.SOO u..ti. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVEO UNDER THE SUPERVISION ^^^^ OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN QDEAUVILLE ^—^ PHONE: UN 5-8511 NATURALLY, DARLINGI HCharles Miller. Executive food Director S,-. .il ,iH.nrs tare better at the Everglades. Weddings, parties, confirmation*, club gatherings everything I i s-p'b banqjet and Ung rooms — even Ihe SU( Roof vnth the view"! • T-adilional food and *•'• if reQunedl • special rates for gioups over 40 — paiking included! Cill our Chtrae d Af'urts (ClUrin§ rUtntgtr). Fred SeMrflv. f* %  %  5oon. dtrhnf. sacn. AT THE MEW EVERGLADES HOTEL BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 3rd STREET T. Ja^es En-,. Mng. Oir. ON THI OCIAN AT •Ttls TIBBT. MIAIWMACH ^ The World Famoua Comes to the aid of the Party tVasterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size function—from an intimate reception to the big wedding of the season — a brilliant success! Every detail is faultlessly attended to by & *0SHft HITCHEN MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled in the^r profession. Bf They are C I dtiido's catering staff. They 9 will make a success of any party.. .• 1 wedding ... a Bar Mitzvah*... i business *•*> rreeting 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 u arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Teichner at JEfferson 8 0811 for th best function you've ever hadl A Sirkin Family Ir.tererlae 0C£NM0NT COLLINS WNuT NC LINCOLN ROAD Mill



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Page 8-B fjewisti Hcrknar Friday, May 28. 1965 We the Women WOMAN CF THE WEEK Ruth Zion Dubbin may well be considered a native Floridian. Her family, moving here from New York in 1911, was one ol the first four Jewish families in Miami. Ruth's Father, Mcrris Zion, founded the B'nai Zion Temple, which later became Peth David. Ruth married Judge Albert Dubbin before he was a lawyer and right alter she graduated from Miami High School. They wen; to Nashville. Tenn.. and lived on (loud Nine; while Albert studied law at Lebanon, Ruth found a job in a ladies' ready-to-wear store The Dubbins have four children: Murray, who is married to Helene, and has four boys; Sandra, married to Dr. Alfred Viener. with two boys and a girl; Bonnie, the wife of Gerald Askovvit/; and Rob. in. their "war baby" born while Albert was in service. Robin is now ,i student at the University of Miami The war seemed endless to Ruth, with AIIHTI serving four years as provost marshal! in a troop carrier command. His family tried to spend as much time with hun as possible. Ruth was the average housewife with four kids un:il 1936. when her husband deCided the time had come for her to step out of her housewife's job. So she ran as a tmmitteewoman tor the Dade County Democratic Committee and served Uiree separate times. Ru:h had participated in charity drives, including Combined Jewish Appeal, sang in the White Temple and Beth David Choirs, and was president of Delta I'hi BpsiIon Mothers Club when her eldest daughter was in college. The Dubbins have lived in their house on South Miami Avenue for 25 years, and Ruth says with a smile that she has been on every list in town for collecting monies for drives. Ever since Junior Hadassah days. Ruth has had an intense interest in Hadassah, and last week she was installed as group president of the Torah Group for the second year. For the ;;•* years of her married life. Ruth has been included in her husband's activities They like the same things, among them, traveling to far-away places it was Turkey last summer They do more traveling now that the chiidi % % %  (. are grow n Due of Ruth's hobbies is playing the violin. She played first violin in the Miami Philharmonic Orchestra tor ten yearbut n w only plays for her own enjox ment Being the wife of a Judge has brought many interesting people into Ruth's life One of the highlights was u hen Albert sen ed as an alternati a) the Nation I Democratic Convention in Los Angel s the year Presideni Kennedy was nominated, and she sat in lerj with Eleanor Roosevelt and Vincent Pri< > during the V; Ste n demonstration. Living with \ erl Ruth His first concern i| yo I'd see them I it's evident B round her husl Idren of w h m she is justly pr i RUTH DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-1 EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 %  m. SUMMER SCHOOL __. Tutoring in alt ichool and business subjects Credit courses Plr-dse see the Phone Book Yellow Pages ADELPKI ^^ !" PI 7-7673 MU 1 3568 ^ mmmm MIAMI BEACH OPTICAL CENTER, c BAVIO PIf M.AKO*. oisetKimc oeiKu \ST> WASHINGTON MemjE^ rr -~^ mmmr ^ TELEPHONE MIAMI BEACH -*^^^ "^ ') >^* "^s^ SJUJJOT UWLAUE1 TM enmw rum* Kratish, Ciment Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs Adolph Kratish 4332 Post Ave. announce the e* n-iit of their daughter, Joan Eileen, to Norman Ciment, son ol Mr. and Mrs Jack Ciment, 1026 Euclid Ave. The bride elect, who attended Miami Peach Senior High, graduated from the Universitj of Miami with a Bachelor of Education degree After teaching in the element. ry SChO is Of Chicago, she Incline a faculty member in Dade County, starting in February this year. Mr. Ciment, a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High, continued his i ducation at the University of Mi ami, where he received a BBA and 1 IB. He was a meml>er of Tail Kpsilon I'hi and Tan Delta Phi le gal fraternity He is presently a I partner in the law firm of drover and Ciment, Miami Beach. Active in civic affairs he is a member of MISS GAIL KIBIR Mrs. Felber Tells Gail's Betrothal Mrs jack Felber, of 3061 SW 19th Ter.. announces the engagement of her daughter, <;ail Marilyn, to Kibert Epstein, son of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Epstein, :i24 Carvel Ave.. Cedarhurst. L.I N V. The future bride, daughter of the late Jack Felber, graduated lion; Miami Senior High, where she was a member of National Honor Society, St ident Cornell Cabinet, and Debs, BBG She will graduate n tin' Universitj ol Miami in uly Mr. Epstein graduated from Lawrence High School in New N nd Noi theastern l 'ni\ ersity in .i--.ii hu: etts Ih' is in business New York City The rading is plai i summer in \'< Yo THE NEWEST MOST MODERN Steel Die & Copper Plate Engraving WtDDINGS, All rms SOCIAL t COMMHCIAl ENGRAVED STATIONERY PROMPT SVfCf • • • Personally Yours Engravers, Inc. 1815 PURDY AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA PHONE JE 1-7367 MISS JOAN KRATISH Elks, B'nai B'rith. Moose Lodge Miami Beach Jaycees and Congregation Beth Tfilah. A summer wedding is planned Shindlers Off On Honeymoon Ben Shlndler, manager of the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, is honeymooning with his bride, the former R oc hell e Greenberg, I llowing their wedding Sunday, Maj lti. in Miami Beach. Miss Katz Will Marry Teacher Mr and Mrs Dave Katz, of Belire, Mil announce the engage mem ol their daughter, Elaine Phyllis, to Alan Louis Breitler. of Washington, D.C., son <.f Mr and Mrs .' ii 1 e s Breltlel. 3319 Alt >n K.I Miami Beach Miss Katz is a fjrad late student at the Universitj ol Maryland ami will receive a Master's degree in June she is a research A&sistant in speech and hearing ai Johns Hi pkins Hospital In Baltimore. Mr Breitter has ., degree In I hysics from Florida State L'niversitj and is doil Ste work at George Washington University a n d American Universitj He is head of the Physics Department at Woodn w Wilson Huh School m • m, l> C Wedding is planned for Aug. 22 in FOREIGN MAIDS ^HO"' WA IT < NO OULICAT.ONS i ••' v English Spra DREXEI AGENCY JE 8-6532 < I i < i WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER • PHILIP SAHl • GLORIA ROSNEK • SAM SCHWARTZ • LOUIS SHAFKIN LEVER 4-A SursL-k, Portnoy Engagement Told x Mr and Mis .1 ,, K ; %  ; SW 7th St.. ann unce the •i ent of their deughti i ;• %  Richard Francis Portnoj Mr an l Mrs Si I pom roth PL. HiaUah The future bride is graduate c f Miami High -. %  phe v. ,ia memo n.ettes Sendee Club and pr. -:,', i BBG, She attended the I Florida and will gi | .,• year from the Universitj ami, where she ... sity Sei vices I Irganizati %  imma Sigma Sigma sei ; ntv Mr Portnoy attended h in New Yi rk and graduated Miami Senior High He Miami Dade Junior Cortege the I'nivt r ;ty i f Miami, and s • in the real estate business MISS RITA BVRSVK Lag B'Omer Picnic B e t h El von .-, i( its annual La B Crandon P irk oi S LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RIPAIRING S'*tnq 0d County Ovtr 25 Ytirt 1811 SW. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 $ >*&• lo a Perfect VTcJJjH ^(uck *> by 1 Ixotic Gardens % % %  •' Mings ire Very Spe< ial A) i Bridal Bouquet Bride's Corsage Attendant's Bouquet 2 Mother's Corsages 5 Boutonnicres 6 Palms 2 Temple Arrangements TOTAL VALUE $25 00 500 1000 1000 250 1800 20.00 $90.00 SPECIAL FOR YOU W oi K CM* I or rtowtBi Ixatie Garile ns CORAL GABLES FT. 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Friday. May 28. 1965 + Jvlstnrridtl>*n Paqe 9-B Barbara Yaeger Eyes Sept. Rites Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Yaeger. of U30 L^nox Ave.. announce the engagement of bheir daughter, Barbara, to A. Norman Drucker, son Of Mrs. Julius Drucker. 229 19th SI Miss Yaeger I s a graduate of Miami B'an;cker. an attorney, is a graduate of the New York Military \ ..demy L'niversitj < t w. conain and the University of Miami Law s. hool. Oouplt will be married on Sept. 4 a: the Fontainebleau. Kay, Lieberman Plan Marriage Mr and Mrs .Ink Kay. 1833 V.estview Dr., have announced the moment of their daughter, Marcia Eileen, t>> Stuart Liebcr man, son cf Mr. and Mrs Jerome I.iel>erman. 69 N"W 40th Ct The future bride attends Bowling Green State University, where -h> %  m irried Dec. n Toledo, o Marianne Serbin To Wed August Mr. and Mrs Lewis I Serbin. S i West Mi I.ido Dr. announce the engagement of their daughter. Marianne, to Laurence Friedman. Tinfuture bridegroom i the son .•' Mrs Sidne) Friedman, Philadelphia Pa. and the late Mr \ edman. He is a graduate of the \\ hart on School. \ii>s Serbin is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended Mi and Wisconsin Universities She is now doing public relations serbin. Inc.. in New York City \n August wedding is planned •he l IfOthed couple the A"-Cond Tiui,v v ANfl •'' mnu A rnuurv •#•!. i i *' ruuriu: „, %  .. At M %m> loach i 0*'i j'f'-o"* feet-"g • Million Dc v Mi!h Soa For coffpflo dtts it wf '• LARRY PASKOW S ATI M HARBOR ISlSiiD SPi? c,P: 751-7561 ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET. MIAMI BEACH CHERRY HEDGE AVOCADOES. MANGOES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE, TANGELOS, KEYLIMES, PEACHES —WITH FRUIT PLANTS FUU OUSHY 50c FRUIT TREES 6 95 MELANDOR NURSERY 15721 N.W 7th AVENUE Wl 7-6971 U.S. 441-SOUTH OF NtW GCHDfN GlADiS INTtRCrlANGl Open Doily I Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Wed. MUSIC • ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACX ORCHESTRAS INSUM THf SUCCESS OF WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS AND All S0CIAI FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 COMMERCIAL FRATERNAL POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Speciali'iing in Bar Mitivah A Wtddinq Invitation (Union Shop Parness Press 437 S W. 17tli Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 CONSTIPATED? To prove PRUN-EVAC. containing Prunes. Fiat and Senna. It world's mo-o-o-theit, mot natural laxative, write to PHARME.X, Holly, wood. Florida, for biq FREE SAMPLE I Or at your druggist. 40 tablets 7e j | Over a million sold each year By | i makers of DormaRest Sleep C.ipi ^ NOW hundreds of beautiful tints and tones of popular PRATT & LAMBERT COLORS' PRECISION MIXED • So quickly • To your preference • For indoors or out We are proud to offer you the widest range of up-to-date, exclusive P&L Calibrated Colors* for correct styling of yemr home... all scientifically mixed to your personal tastes. Choose from an unusually large selection of colors in exterior and interior paints and enamel. Locations To Serve You! LUMBER & VVVVVVVVVVNe> % VVVVVVV^VV^ArNrVVV^r^rV^^ JM< "MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY'' Give Your Radiant GRADUATE a Gift of Time Give a 17-Jewel from Bulova Watch #24.95 lore* Selection ol WATCHES • CHARMS • P*A*IS • DIAMONDS WESTCHESTER 8499 C0RAI WAY SHOPPING PLAZA MIAMI PHONE CA 1-1424 ^VWWWW^^^^^^^^^r^r>^A>r>r>r>r^rNrNr>^r\r>r>r>^r>^r>^r>r>rV



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Jage 10-B +Jewist) Her Mian Friday, May 2P, 1SG? G REATER Miami Jewish Federation held its -Till annual meeting and victorj dii ner dance Saturdaj night at the YMHA in stalled as Federation president araa Joseph A. Upton, For the event, Mrs. Lipton those a gold chiffon sheath gown ith a double free-flowing pannier attached to i.ni' shoulder. Clusters oi sequins and gold bugle beads were scattered over her gOWD. Honored for three \ears BS president was SMne) Lafcourt. Mrs Lefcourt wore an ombre blue silk ehitlon gown with a matching stole, whan featured a geometric print detailed in black Also honored was Dr. Irving Lehrman, and Mrs Lehman was u gowned in silver and muted blue lame He gi ten ieaiured a raighl cut fingertip-length jac kel IUIRS. S I Goldstein's aquama "" rine .md gold brocade gown and matching jacket was trim med with ranch mink shell pink ippliqued and embroidered lace u as worn bj Mrs Max WeiU \ daffodil yellow ehitlon flooilength -hiath with in.it t\ as'chosen by Mrs jack K.it / man Mrs Norton Pallol wore a w h i 11 nbbed ilk cocktail • • i an emboss I [old lame, i >wled neck blouse The wide lapels ol her double-breasted jacket wire faced with the gold lame. Butck and white was the col e inbination chosen b\ Mis v bur Gilbert Her bateau neck ed bod i c e was in t> lack -:lk crepe, and her Aline skirl %  iin black and white brocade print Oversize jet buttons down the front of her skirt and a lime colored satin bow at the waist ere inlen -tin* fashion details Shocking pink embroideri d Floral spra>s on white imported lace was worn l>> Mrs Morris Rabinowitz Her tunic -heath fea i ired a scalli ped hi inline A sil er-charcoal sat in brocade en sein!)le wag seen on Mrs LaiTJ Gilbert Her jacket was a mob •led chanel style MrHoward Katzman chose an avocado and gold lame brocade sheath and matching jacket Porcelain blue satin with silver lame brocade in floor-length elegance was worn by Mrs Samuel Beckornian Mrs. Hairy Smith's wnite ribbon lacO had the waist-skimming overbloiis < |u|RS. Arthur Hosu-han's lloor" %  length gown featured chis tens ot red and pink roses in a floral-spray print on white silk A white satin sheath with an open a.-> metrical slash in both the front and back of the fitted bodice was worn In Mrs. Leonard Luria. Her stole was in emerald green silk with wld lame Mrs Hannah Slier s ombre pink an I avocado green silk print had i draped V neckline trimmed with Seed pearl lOOpj White silk ribbed alaakine in a -heath with matching jacket was worn b> Mrs stanle> C M>ers Her jacket h a d the bracelet-length sleeves and was closed at the waist Champagne-colored -ilk in i iade v as selected for the e\ C ning of dining and dancing by Mi John Serbin I ut along thi princess line the skirt had a fl The brocade pattern was embroidered with a crystal me tallic (thread, gold bugle beads and rhinestones Mrs D a vi d Sernaker's white s-'k crepe gown featured the one shoulder drape MrSamuel Heiman was seen in black chiffon with the traditional bouffant skirt. |y|RS. Inez KriT.sky wore a *" stunning white jeweled bro carle gown with a matching knee lenj Hi coal Silver-lined ( beds .,nd crystals detailed her • neckline An ice pink ribbon lace u ith a low s< o neckline and flared skirt was cho -<'ii bj Mrs Leo Mindlin She t i ped her dress with a magentai lored satin theatre coal An antique gold satin sheath with a matching colored chantilly bodice was worn by Mrs. Efraim Gale Mrs Raymond Ru bin chose a white chantilly lace sheath, reembroidered in silver lame and with peacock blue ehitlon draped at the waist line Mrs Aaron Karr was m black silk -rope with jet beading at the neckline. THE HEBREW ACADEMY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES! THE OPENING OF A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13 of Entire Greater Miami Area IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOL BUILDING 8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG. 6 $200.00 for the entire 8-week session FEE INCLUDES: Free Bus Transportation and Ho" Lunches in 0„'r Beautifully Equipped Dining Hall Sn PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING Instructions for beginners and ites SPORTS aid ATHLETICS baseball ba<'ARTS and CRAFTS void etc. DRAMATICS MUSIC ATE TUTORING IN HEBREW AND Alt ACADEMIC SUBJECTS ALL ACTIVITIES UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED SPECIALISTS vVe promise eight weeks of fun and pleasure Activities galore for a child to treasure FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421 It was just a few days aqo that Mrs. Jeffrey (Stephanie* Kaufman won the Ladies Golf Championship at Kinqs Bay Yacht and Country Club and feted to a round of parties by her fellow go'f ; nq members. Then, husband Jeffery went ahead and won the club's Annual Ballyhoo Goli Tournament for men. Now there are two qolfinq champions in the Kaufman Coral Gables household. Executives Honor Mori Fremon Miami r.ea-h Bxeculivea Club honored M<>n Fremon, writer and real estate broker-salesman, at % %  luncheon meeting last week at the rs Restaurant The honor was in recognition ol her efforti in I lie r e c e n t annual Award < %  : Mi rit luncheon given to Dr. Irving E. Muakat, chairman of [nterama. '"Tinis the fit — t time in the hislorj <>! 'he club thai .• woman was sn honored," said Lee Finburgh. president, as he presented her with the "E" emblem <>f the Executives Club Recently, Mrs Freemon waa ap pointed Ambassador ot Good Will" ol the Port of Acapulco and t'l.Chamber of Commerce Ot Acapulco. Mexico, This also l,, "firsi JWVA Chairmen To be Honored Servicemen's Service chairmen the .b-Ai-M War \ eterans lux ,iev Department ol Florida. \ill lie honoie. at thi SI i i Dooi iteen of the, Miami Beach Ser, icemen's Center on Frl laj eve ; in the Ocean Front Audi mini Mrs Sail] Levy, overall chairman, will receive a pin for her sec ind J car of sen ii e The following personwill receive a citation in recognition ot 'he p e rial refresh netlts w Irch 'iey prepare and serve everj Sal urdaj evening Meadamea Ann Hofstadter and Cell Simon, ol the North Shore Fnit: Sylvia Leitzes, i f Hollywood Sydell K a hn. of No r t h Miami Beach; Etta Stempel and Jennie Roussman Miami Beach; Belt} Koris, West Miami, Sadye Landay and Grace Buck. Suri-ide Harry Cohen Unit; May Levy, Murra) Solomon Unit; Ruth Rosenthal, Nor man B r U c e BnM n anil Diane Richmen, Col David Marcus Poet Renanah Group Marks Birthday Renanah Group ol Hadassah. Miami Beach Chapter, held its annual Installation luncheon on Tuca n on at the Algiers Hotel itli ,i celebration ol its third birth laj Installing officer Mrs Doro tli) Krieger Fink and master ol cer emonies, Mrs Jaj l" rmer An original m sio skit as pre sented b) Mi lames Morris I ar sow and (lei aid Teitelbaum ac • .• t the piai Mi .Ben Ball The follow mg • 'i '(• % %  -i iinstalls! Mesdames • lerman Fast ; sid.nt. Ja) Dermer, Howard G irdon, Max 1 eVme Louis Neu fold. Morris Tarasow, vice pre-i dents, Michael Horwitz treasurer; Milton Grayson, Jack Fertig, Nathan Rose, secretaries; Thomas Trent, parliamentarian MOM FREMON WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER MOIE TENDRICH ARTHUR SEGAL PHILIP THAU GEORGE TAUANOfF LEVER 4-A To.I Pol, U\ *\y** i $ ms. SAUY tEvr Holsum Names Director u A ii u n t o n, general sales manager, Holsum Bakers, ha* lie.-ii promoted to diri cter ol mi< and marketing Announeemenl ol tlie promotion wamail.bj It F < hivers, president i I the local baIterj Hunion replaces Frank N Ir w in Jr.. who resigned to manage hiown businesPioneer Women Close Season Tikvah Chapter of Plea— Women celebrated the 17th annncr >arj ot tinState ot Israel on Sua> j at 1234 Washington Ave L. Poveskj and hi.s mandolin orchestra entertained Mrs Ruth U „ g •; e r ipit -iilent MrIda -triuch and MrSophie Seemaa were chairmen Mrs, Miriam Halperin, president, Cold a Men Chapter conducted la-t regular meeting of the group on Wednesdaj in the Community ii" •••! ot Washington Federal. 1234 Wahingtcn Ave Agenda included 'from chairmen, nomination and el n ol new officers, and plans lot the ii stallation ceremony. New Black Angus \ i ew Blai k \nuuRestaurant \ ill loin the business com munil) on Palm Springs Mile, Hi. ..ii i >\ners Jack Silver and Herb Brodskj recent!) signed pa pen tot the new dining place and -..id groundbreaking will take place .bout .1111v 1 Completion i> planned for mid-October. There are other Black Angus Restaurants at W>2 Coral Way Miami m the In art of "motel row'" at 177iM Col lins iw ,,n i in Ft Lauderdale Alexander's Guest House 331 First Ave. W. HENOERSONVillE N. CAROtlNA American PlanStrictly Kother P'anned Activities local Ph. JE 1-09S7 *VWVWW)^^^vVWvWV CAMP SIMCHA TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP HALF A FULL DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 14th THROUGH AUGUST 6 Transportation All Outdoor I Indoor Activities 3 to 13 rtar% • Under the direction of Martin! I Knobel. member o( faculty at I Norland Junor H,n* Scnool f Select Staff of te.icherj. coun-j ielors nj specialty inttri.ctors • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS A CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROUNA-ln 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 i Operated By MR. ERWIN B. MARSHALL Principal For Information now, call HI 5-3585 ," CAMP MENORAH 75th & Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965 3 year olds through 9 year ,ldi frim 9 00 a.m. 4:#0 p.m. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM Call Temple Menor.h Scfcoal Offke, UN 6 2T56 far iet.ih and ar.chure. \ • •I



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Friday, May 28, 1965 *Uy%ist IhiMlnn Page 11-E New Louis Sega! Farband Branch To Install Officers Here Sunday Evening Southern Farband represents* Hve, .'<>*oph P. Zuckarman, this week announced the arival of Ja.\,i'/ui.i.i. i i .1. • i..... \ en Karuand, w h>< will Install officers i • ']• %  new l> organized Louis Segal h on Sund IJ e\ ening .it the \r.|i..'tll\ •|n be mM.dir I are MrEstar K..\. president: Mrs M:!t-n Hur i itz, honorary president; David LrppnMin, vtre presii it• i-ihties on Sund.iv (noming, I .,' 'H;."! Alton ltd it bj Ui'N.md i Mi '*'" %  its man of th< Mesivta, !i nsed until nov • temporal 1 ) quarters, has puriner Ede Utoi Rd and rem< ideled ll i -< hool ith dormitories The pursuit of excellence in th the sacred aid secular studes has been the motivating •orce in the educational outlook ,-t cur Mesivta," said Rabbi Moris Horovili, principal "We are jroud of our boys who have dis'mguished themselves in scholastic and organizational activities, •hich can be directly attributed •o the total-environment approach of our school." in 10 li il and out the Me • • ung from n i ountries • to be hon ed it the ded M .mi' Louis .i Hel j Mr ."i I Max <' hen. ol %  • phi d former cha rd 'i Mogrn i' %  I M ine Mr and Mi < hi K A hit,Plains, \ Y well known r md s %  : l orah : \h Ri % %  r -i / support i Ranpoport, Rose Cohen, Augusta Goldsmith and Catherin Lipman. I'.i II \ omen, com] i con u< tor. will a i ai th tl nmunitj Singe • Jai i b Katzi lan is .i meml er ol the Wot I I /.Huii-t Actions i %  in tee, the Amerit an Zionist Coun cil. the Ce n t r a I Commit! LZOA-Pi 'I Zion, National Co n mittee for Lab ir Israel, Board of Directors m the Jewish Teacher •eminan and other central JewDuring World War n he served as a lay chaplain with the Vmerlcan armed forces in the European i he itre He stayed on fter V i" Daj to work with Jew ish survivors in the DP camps in upper Austria Katzman has served the Labor Zionist movement in various execrt ti rap i' •' i" since Iit32. JAC03 KATZMAN Club Everglades Elects Officers \V< rkmen's Circle Branch .: iwin : oflleers b-t w eek hairman; Mrs !'..,] ling -''. • rj Mrs. Ilarrj Sehtildii %  i Mrs I :, • ptai H ret Mi Da taler, %  .!ii!-I S* 3l A Unique Gamp in Florida... .it the beautiful 10-acre ocean-front estat* of the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Here B< \"ts A irafts, Body i onditioning, Weight Adjustment, Charm School for Girls with classes in Modeling. Beauty Culture, Social (ir.iccs. etc. Manliness School for Boss. Special tutoring with accredited sumn>er school courses as adahle. 1 acilrties include 1000 ft. of private beach, l .ih.ina Club with 2 pools, Tennis c lub, Gymnasium with theraputic baths, complete theatre, air-conditioned accommodation. For details, writo Rov Johnston. Director. C olonnades Re.iJi Camp for reen-Agers, Palm Beach Shores, 1 londa or call Palm lie.iJi 844-5221. &* OCALA IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL OCAU NATIONAL FOREST Dolly Wot< Skiing oijd Horwbock Hiding. JUNE 28 AUG. 22 Golf. T.nni. fro, physical fi.n.u prog.am. MlOTungCamitror oltjroi OCMVMM. '•• Tutoring f"Ooy Bo.i and Girls Sobbolh $•<• wirf I451N. BATSHURE DRIVE, MIAMI. O* l-MONI FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 Directors — Founders rh.odor. R. Sfruhl MO Frankie and Bon Millar Mojor leonard Wollmon toberl Wollmon Officers of Louis Segal Branch of Farbnnd Labor Zionist Older to be installed Sunday at the Hebrew Academy are front (left to rinht) Mis. Fran Furshman, Mrs. Milton Hurwitz, Mrs. Estar Kay, Mrs. Gertrude Canter, Mrs. Muriel Sampson. Rear are David Lipman Ben Yomen and Philip Katzen. Academy Finalizes Plans to Establish School Branch in North Dade County Plans have been finalizi ::. in the Si n'i Dade area, acci rdin I R b bi Alexandi r S i In ss, v. principal 11 si hool, to s rve fii 1 radc sfdenl-. w i ll i>i Directors, has been ap 'ir.i i hairman "t the No r t h inch, I. inMerv i tzer, w ho ,ire, ently < li cted to .i f turth tern %  .-A \<-.i lemj p "esident. thi' I lu ("iiii! | • ro\ iii' hot lunches lor portal will l>pi tn idi d to and Irom school. re is a i d fo iho branch in the North D and il i bine •' besl type of educ %  I. h d VFW Auxiliary ^stalls Cffice-s ; iel Shantzis, New M ". h Post \uxiliarj Veterans I ; i %  --: ;i 11oi; Satur nlng .it 650 West \ve 'I hose to ser\ ill ea, presidt nl. Ben Pei ser I \ erbisky, vice presidents; Cha S heele. seerel irj. Th rmas R mej. Ir eaw irer; Louis Mieiejewski, haplain; Alfred Beltam, conductless; Andrev K. %  '\ allie Reed, itrustees cted by Di part %  led j Pi CJ Friedl • del thi %  Sol Yort Ai \v ic e i lers stel LI1 chaplain; Dt Pon Hai rj Hess Phil S : W %  CAMP HIGHLANDER FOR BOYS AND GIRLS-7" 14 HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA "HIGHEST CAMP EASTERN AMERICA" English & Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call: Ft. Lauderdale, 524-3653, Mr. Larry J. Pedicord, Camp Administrator, collect, or write for our 25 page camp catalogue. Owned and operated by Pine Crest School of Ft. Lauderdale. 1501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida n NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1965 SEASON CAMP GAN ISRAEL, Defend Heights, Fla. BEMITIfUL IAKC REGION Of CENTRAL flOKIDA ONLY KOSHER SUMMER BOYS CAMP IN SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. AGES from 7 to 17 Individualiied Attention by Professional Staff 8 WEEKS$400 JUNE 2} to AUGUST 15 ON SO ACRES 411 ACTIVITIES INCLUDING 4 WEEKS -S225 JUNt 27 to JULY 18 or iUtV 19 to AUGUST 15 TENNIS HORSEBACK RIDING BASEBALL, ETC. FIELD TRIPS & HIKES • SWIMMING • ALL WATER SPORTS • ARTS & CRAFTS • BASKETBALL • SPECIAL TUTORING IN HEBREW AND BAR MITZVAH • • DOCTOR and NURSE UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP OF RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRVIN MONTGOMERY ftirecfor Athletic Director FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL Member el Infernofionnf Can Israel Camps CAMP GAN ISRAEL 4455 N. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Ph. Jl 1-7919, JI 2-5694



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/age 10-B Page 12-B +J(f*lsti ncrMlan Friday. May 28. 1965 Candidates in Final Bid for Support With Election Day looming next Tuesday for Miami Beach City ment this week in his campaign Council and the office of mayor, candidates in the race are making for reelection. final appeals to Beach voters this weekend in an effort to win their Members of the Miami Beach Saturday at South Shore Park and Sunday at Pier Park. support. Hyman Galbut Seeking reelection, Councilman Hyman Galhut. speaking to voters at rallies in the area, has been stressing "the dynamic growth and prosperity Miami Beach has enjoyed over the pa-it two years." Councilman Galbut also not a „ tho facts Mon hpy tQ four terms of wo years %  • g^. go to the polls." erman is the father of the "conMember of a family noted for structive city employee incentive 27 years of civic and philanthropic plan to pump up to $6 million a "Miami Beach City Council work Sjrkjn is getting stronp gup new monev in Q present re faces a monumental job of or• ^ from a Womcns Di i slon venues of apartment and small Sanitation to develop increased headod by Mrs Alex Kogjm Ajdt d house ownerg and of Beach store tourist travel to Miami Beach and by his ujfe Mjrianit who h s had keepers hrough encouraging civil a program to breathe new life into ( v ears of leadership in civic underservice employees to reside on the economic structure of our comi takings on the Beach, the women s Miami Beach." munity, sserted AaroniFarr. city division is serving as "a powerful Seiderman. chairman of the council candidate in the Group | asset in tnp new candidate s cam Beach Personnel Board and long Tw rac .. paign." its leaders declare. term B'nai B'rith member, was Fair, originator Of the world. among leaders in the 1963 fight famous Miami Leach package MmMn J. Richard to abolish the Beach tax increase. tour, believes the at) desperate Mavor M( ., VI „ j n.chard has reTwo evening rallies on Se.der|y needs a man who -peaks the eeived another important endorseman's weekend schedule are set for of hotel-motel propne t"rthe apartment house-owner and businessman." | 'Working to acquaint America's travel a :••> ts with Miami Beach as a el 1well as a 1 a, Fanhas conducted h for ti" les> ro ips 'l in1 ampaign for council," the • suppoi "1 rs declare, g these groups, cum pris n 1 ver 500 ol v • rica's .11 agents, our wonder ful .''''ii facilities, apart and busint at %  .>In than i\ er realized the nee fm ( ouncil to pn pare for tl 'Se orientation tours de ned to reestablish the com epl • M ami Beach aa place to Farr MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKERMAN titoblishcd in 1945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES JEI 3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant OPEN EVERY DAY ALL SUMMER LONG Milton Sirkin Underlying theme in businessman Milton Sirkin's campaign for Miami Beach City Council in Group One is "We must bring more business experience to a ROYAL HUNGARIANS CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Social Functions SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS j > Now in New Location/ 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle % Hors d'Oeuvrcs Supplied to Hotel. A Individuals Wholesale Retail J BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAl FUNCTIONS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen J Continental -n Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shobbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRO ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 WE'RE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER • PAUL GRAND • AL SHERMAN • OR. ABRAHAM W01FS0N a DR. MURRAY ZINMER LEVER 4-A I'.i I : Pol V'lv HAROLD PONT and IR-VIN GORDON GORDON and PONT RMMQ KOSHER CATERERS *" %  %  from hors d'oeuvree to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Oreater Miami—Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra OPEN HOUSt WIDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS TOW and CATERERS 940 7 1 st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions "Phil" Chafeti Government consultant to small communities, Council candidate "Phil"' chafetz wants to "end representation of a select tew at the expense of many." A 20year resident of Miami Beach. Chafetz is president of the Mortgage Servicing and Investment Corp.. a real estate investor and financial consultant to various prominent business leaders. Other planks in his platform in elude "more recreational facilities, rejuvenation of South shore, removal of parking meters from all streets, complete medical facilities on South Beach, and addition al police protection in residential areas." The 42 year-old Chafetz is an active memher of Loyal Order of Moose and Miami Beach Elks He and his wife. Helen, have a son. Mark, and two daughters. Eileen and Linda. Elliott Roosevelt "Tourism in Miami Beach is in immediate danger from aggressive competition from other Florida areas and the Caribbean." declared Elliott Roosevelt while addressing a campaign luncheon in his race for Mayor of Miami Beach. Citing the thousands of hotel rooms either completed, or cur rently under construction at Nassau and at Freeport—just 60 miles from Miami Beach, he called for immediate action to stimulate ef forts to attract new tourists to the Beach. Roosevelt has proposed that "the city contract on a long-term basis with the major convention groups which attract more than 10,000 delegates annually to their % conclaves." "Wearing two hats as Florida Democratic National Committeeman and Mayor of Miami Beach. I would be in an unprecedented position to help secure the lfttjs Democratic convention for Miami Beach and have an excellent opportunity to lure the Republic National convention here for the same year.'* he added < Joe Malek Miami Beach City Council candidate Joe Malek is looking foi ward tn his second "election :> • tory" when the ballots arc counted Tuesday The 38-year-old candidate says that his "tiuht against the Lincoln Road wall parking cage rezonuig. plus widespread support from the ranks of organized labor and Continued on Page MB 1 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER ir SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Ron • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co Owner GREATEST VALUE EVER! POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT • COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL 3 95 LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. coMPurr aANQufr mourns Rcscivotioas — MIAMI 945 £457 • HOLLYWOOD 923-2421 IN HAllANDAlE ON U 5 I BISCAYNE BLVD MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT "The C/„w JMaif SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 Complete DINNERS from $1.25 We Also Have A Complete Take.Out Menu 0MN 3 to 10 P.M. SUNDAY I >• 9 PJ*. fClestrf Tutiioy) 100*. AIR-CONDITIONED t DANCING FROM 10 pjm. Hal Roder Orch. L„.. .i.uya, i.rolling uuitar, From 6 to 9 lfebinHood n na FOR E STJXlliriG E i t OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Mon. Thru Sat. 11:30 a m. to 2 a.m. Sunday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m COCKTA LS From 65c 4 to 6 Hot A Cold Hors D oeuvres Reservations 371-2621 Bioyne Blvd. al N.E. 36th St. DADE CAFETERIA GOOD FOOD FAST SERVICE -REASONA QLE p RICES ,(* featuring "LUNCHEONS" for Business Men and Women Across from Columbus Hotel all 11 RJJ. Third Avert* tue



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Friday. May 28, 1965 • •Jenisi> ThrHlar Page 13-B J3<*r ^i "ill be Bar Mitzvah Saturda) mornitiL; May 2'.. al 1. 'lie .' rtt< r, l.orin ., student at the Israel%  renter Religious School and is lie %  --"• • nth gi ade ;it Shenand > i Junior High. :~or of Mr ;IIKI MrEd 111%  : tin' celebranl w ill be : .it an open house in his e on Saturdas L**rmce Samuels Saturtfai mornin .. Maj Zi i..i • %  : PIU e on ol Mr. Mrs Sej moux Samuels, will be ln/\ sJi i' .i studi %  kvt ay • %  ... h s, bool plai to con in the I onfirmait. His m< t is •. will be hom i ed al a Kiddush red bj his follow ing Marcia Gavras Fridaj evenii M a) 28 Bas of Marcia > i \ i.. • 11 be Temple Zion Mama, a seventh grade student at South Miami Junior High School. intends to continue her studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class. Her interests are art and writing. Her parents will sponger the OneShabbal In her honor following the services. • • • Beth Weitz Beth Ellen Weitz will observe her Mas Mitzvah on Friday eve, nine. May 28. at Hollywood Temple IVth Sholem. Mr and Mrs Max J. Weitz 941 \i: 170th St. will honor their daughter at .he Oneg Shabbat following the ceremonj and at a re ception and dinner on Sunday at the Hollywood Beach Country Club The cele! r int iin the seventh %  rade .it John F Kennedy Junior Hi-.li Barry Go'd B r y, son of Mrs. : .i ring sen .. % %  SaturTh< B Miti '.'.I be h at th ing ser. \ ice "ii Fridaj evening Hlena Racliline At sen Satui \ i\ 29, Bel %  id Sj nag ena, daughter of Mr an i Mrs I ie ith St will be \ sevi nth gra Ie studen' • Palmetto Juni r High here e is membei il the < h o %  >! choir, Helena attended Beth David ReOnly Bahamas Airways Has 7 daily flights and a special 17 tour excursion lare to FREEPQRT22 special 17 hour ucur 29 at Temple Or Olom will inthe Bar Mitzi ah of Scott, son ni Mr and Mrs. Walter Leu is In the seventh grade at West Miami Junior High, the celebrant plays clarinet in the school band. • Richard Chassner Richard Neal Chassner will observe IILS Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning;, May 29. at Beth Kodesh Congregation. The celebrant is the son of Mr. and Mrs Alan Chassner. and 'andson of Mr. and Mrs Frank Dorothy) Chassner, Senior Mrs. Chassner is executive secretary f Beth Kodesh in the eighth grade al John F. Kennedy Junior High, Richar i is • talented p mist Outside recre tions in< lude fishing, swimming bowling Rsvect! Foster Home Shortage \ si riou shortage i ( Jev ish fi ter homes as rep irted this week by .icui-'i Familj and Children's ice "Infants m and children of al I >r various reas ns, are unable to i;\e in typifj the situations that age." explained Leon D. 1 JFCS i xecutn e irect imilies inter -sted in provid foster homes "ere urged to phone the %  •%  •• c), which n %  for Ihi osts <>: fostering .1 child JFCS also announced publicati n .; .. 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T~~in o J'ctge 14-B +Jm/sl> Hcrldi^r Friday. May 28. 1965 At the annual meetinq and forum of the Rabbinical Associ feld, Samuel Jaffe, Morris Skop. Richard Marcovitz. Harold ation of Greater Miami in Temple Beth Sholcm on May 13 are standing (left to right* Rabbis Max Lipschitz. Morton Ma.avsky. Samuel April. Murray Alstet, Allen Rutchik, Herschel Brooks, Herbert Baumgard, outgoing president, Morris Graff, Harold Gordon, guest speaker. Zevi Greenwald. David RosanRichter, and Sanford Seltzer. Seated (left to riqhJ are Rabbis Eiiezer Levi. Solomon Schiff, executive vice president, David Shapiro, S mon April, Jonah Cuplan, incoming president, Irving Lehuiuuir Joseph R Narot and Leon Krcnish. Candidates Make Final Bid t. Continued from Page 12-B r citizens, will combine to innr me >>t a decisit e v ictoi \ The Malek campaign was given npetus last Monday when more tan 600 residents ol the South -lioic section gathered in Piei ark to give the candidate their uiorsement, Ifalek's first 'flection victory" recent weeks came when he as elected a delegate to the na "ack Gordon, member of Dade County School Board. at Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey's recent reception .n Miami Beach, wishes Mayor Melvin J. Richard success in his campaign for reelection. tional convention oi the American Guild "i \ arietj Ai lists b) mem her.oi the Miami Beach branch ol the theatrical union An attorney by profession, Malek is a 15-year member ol the theatrical union, and is widely known a.a concert soloist and singer at religious sen ices At Monday's Pier Park rally. some ol the speakers who took the platform to endorse Malekcan didacy were Morns Robinsky. president of the Dade Count) Sen ior Citizens: Max B. Cohen, ol Golden Ring Mo -. Abe Goldberg, president of Golden Kims No. 3. Mrs Revy Balkan Wikler. senior citizens' coordinator: and Mac Chancey, of the American federation of Senior Citizens Malek will chmax his campaign in the North Shore section ol Miami Beach Sunday with a main moth rail} at 111 a m at the \. dath Israel Hebrew Institute. 7801 Carlyle \\ • On Sundaj night, Malek will bring Incampaign to the Morton Towers Apaitments, ulure i •will have a chance lo dis cuss the issuer with the candidate in person over coffee and refresh ments Bernard Frank v c e May or Bei n... d Prank ^i [or reelection reaches climax Saturday night with .< ; \ .'. ide rally at s p.m Ocean Dr ami :.-t st Mis F i a n k, po p u I a r sum or Marion Colby, will sing, ami Judge Frank will -peak at the m.i-ting which is lire and open to the public. The former Miami Beach muni, i pal judge's linn stand against any increase in taxes continued to attract new supporterduring tile we< k I>. in Uu-ki'i. founder and past I resident of Mt Sinai Hospital, announced hiendorse men) ol Judge Frank, adding his name to a list ot hundreds oi the city's outstanding CIVIC and business lead%  : Dr. Bertram .1 Thorpe, past pres idem el the Temple Menorah Sis terhood; Dr Oscar Ruskin, Knights id Pythias leader and past presi dent iii the optimist Club; and man) others joined the rolls ol i rank supporters Count) Mayor chuck Hall. Counts Commissioner Alex Cordon. Councilman D. Lee Powell. Max Orovitz, Baron de llirs.h Meyer, Judges Don Barni.uk and t'harloGertler, Shepard Broad, former Councilman Wolfie Cohen, Public Relations Board Chairman Jesse Weiss. Zionist leader Ben Ciller. B'nai B'rith presidents Ted Trash. in, G e r a I d Schwartz and Sam w'einer all signed endorsement cards for Frank. Malvin Englander Councilman Malvin Englander's campaign lor election in Group Two to the Miami Beach Cit) i ouncil on Tu< sda) gained impetus this week with the endorse men! oi the Presidents Council %  I Senior Citizens Clubs ol Miami Beach anil the announcement ol additional key Campaign workers I'hil Sahl. representing the ii member organization comprising 3,450 members, said that the group's decision to support Judgi Englander was based on my con cent ami support of the problems facing the many senior citizens v.ho live on Miami Beach Added to the list ol Englander supporters in the past week were Mrs Joseph Pardo. Mrs 1 ouis Glasser and MrAlbert Rosen berg, all id whom were named co chairmen ol women's activities at an organizational meeting held at the home i'l MrBernard < III ler Judge Englander former vice mayor and twice elected Justice oi the Peace, icarrying on a ,in certed effort to meet "ever) n ustcrod voter" on Miami Bl before the June l election Campaign activities are heiny coordinated from his headquarters at 700 71st St Other major Englander support era include Paul Grand, president oi the Civitan Club of Miami Beach. campaign co-chairman. Henry Goldberg' former district chancellor of Uie Knmhts ol Pythias, serving as North Shore chairman: and Irving C Wein stein, treasurer ot the Miami Beach Lodge oi Klks. campaign treasurer Morton Bur.ick Morton Burack. businessman attorney, is seeking election to the %  liami Beach City Council in (ii imp ( WIC Burack pledges to "resist all tax increases, develop a plan to mi i arking meter revenui and Pader rants tor a $15 million impr n e %  .in p r r a m from t -Lore to the north cit) limits, eish .i bureau i i health information i ;i time communil) can •i to prm Ide ipp i' imty :. r cultural development and -up port tin i 11 : sion all) -tailed planning .nut /"i department lo o thickening congestion Burack also pledges "to make Miami Beach a moie pleasant n warding and exciting place to live •• Beth Torah Will Honor Rev. Katz; 'Founding Father's Also to be Cited Senior Chapter Elects Telisman United Synagogue youth Sen Chapter oi Beth Torah Con lion, dm eted bj Marshall Baltuch, otl) ei'i led in w slate to set e in 11". • cceding outgoing presi • %  i Steven Weininger, neu president of Southeast Region USY, i\ Teii-iii. in. -on of Mr and Mrs William Telisman, ol No Mi Beach Kv nitive board includes st leii. executive vice president; .lam Rothsteln, program vice prosidenl. Mike Patipa, religio is president; Cheryl Harlem, reci ing secretary; Tob) Cavell, corresponding secretary; Denise Greenberg, treasui i This year. Telisman served as chairni. n ot the breakfast pro iiand ahousing and regis tration chairman for the | l i ah Brothel ho d eek< n<\ held • F( bruar) lie ia membet the USY Mudv Group, .i atudent at Nova High School ,. delegate i ill. 11 ional i onv ention he-Id March and head ol thi' l sv dele gation from Beth Torah • < % %  %  %  • %  % % %  > %  — % % %  > !" a_ ^aa % % %  > %  RABBI WANTED to serve small Conservative Temple in Miami; also teach Hebrew School. Reply to R. W., Box 2973, Miami 33101 | RABBI i • ordained, college grad.. univ. de-I gree, good speaker, versed in every • I section of rabbinical I coagregaI tional activities is interested in a I 't"'lleging pulpit. Write: J.Z. c oi Box 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101 .!. out £Trj, miunii, riu. Jjrui DELUXE GIFT Uis\ for Every Home! Boneless Chicken Roast, ready for the oven, is a new convenient poultry product now available from Empire Kosher Poultry, Inc. It is young, tender chicken for roasting, completely ooned-out for roasting, rolled and tied like a boned-out roast. At approximately 3 lbs., average weight. Empire's Boneless Chicken Roast serves as a main dish for a family dinner. Fresh-frozen, it is contained in a sanitary carton which stacks easily in your home freezer. Like all Empire poultry, it is cleaned, soaked, salted and completely koshered under rabbinical supervision according to Orthodox law and endorsed by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Local distributor is Ben Lapof, 325 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rev .lack Katz. long time re.-i dent here, will Inhonored hy Beth Torab Congregation in observance • o u25th .'.miner-. irv Uev Katz was first spun ii.d leader, as well as first president ot the Congregation oi Vfonticello Park Twenty five > ea r ago, a number of settlers from Monticello. S Y end. trod land to a nonprofit corporation tor the purpose oi forraio a BJ na [ogue, A smell building waj erected and sert es were hi Id both on the bath and week days under the spiritual leadership ol Kev K..t/ Since that time, additional build hove QMS erected, and the name of the synagogue changed to Belli Torah. Succeeding Rev. Kali in later years were Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Josoph Rackovsky, spiritual loader of Beth Tfilah Congregation, Miami Beach; Rabbi Isaac Lerer; and its present spiritual leader. Dr. Max A. Lipschiti. Soymour Rosen, chairman of the Silver Anniversary banquet, an nouncethat in addition to Kev Katz. the loundin^ fattierwill be honored or memorialized. The) include Ben Cienshaft, D. > IH*I ••. r. WOLLMAN TSAkKK A GRAPHIC PRESENTATION Of THE: 19 BOOKS OF THE BIBLE 41 KINGS O 41 PROfHETS O 13 JU0CES Gfntologicot O Ornol9sntd. 'Visual*. SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 20'. To Our subscriber* & naditi NOW only $12.00 • Reg. SIS00 Snd cKt or Monty Ordstf to BIBLICAL BOOK CO. 40 EXCHANGE PLACE NEW YORK, N.Y. I000S Oept. Jf 3 REV. JACOB KATZ Herkow, Jules Kion, A Goldstein, •lo-eph Kahaner, Aaron BgfSjpti, Jake l'litt, I. Leveiuhul. Morris Datlof, II Schneider, Sum I'oMaek, BUM l'ollack. Sam Schorr. L. Kap Ian. B. Finkelstein. Jacob 1'm.sky, Sam Irvine. A Sockokktt, J. Sili verman. J Berman. H MoakowitZ, M. Lipnuin. D. Augustus. WERE 4 RE-ELECTING MAL ENGLANDER • CHARLES "CHUCK" • ABE LEEDS • BILl MARMASTEIN • BEN MARQUIT HALL LEVER 4-A l-.uj I'ol, A^lv ( I



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Friday. May 28, 1965 *JpW/$#,#fer/G9/7 [Temple Menorah •ing Festival |Saturday Night i] Spring Festival of I Menorah will be held al I taineblcau Hotel on Sal I Pan inf Religious School [ i will bo th' guests <>f l,ii I eonard Rosen, president, hnouni • It'limax of the social activity for ar. Ihe festival will feature blcrtainment, dancing;, and suplr *nack. [: ol the Sisterhood, Men's and Temple will be honored i 'he evening, I pie I 'SY Players will pre program <>1 Israeli folk dicing and a comedy entitled leg and Gentlemen of the ir> The V edict is Yours i;t!>bi Mayer Abramowitz. spileader of the Temple, will iduct a ceremony tribute to the of the Religious School, Cantor Kdward Klein singing musical portions. lack Korenblit, is membership Irman. GlHt CARfllLD >v. Burns imes Garfield Havdon Burn* has appointee Garfield, Hay Harbor ls.ittoniey. to serve as his lere aide during the 1965 ses\i the Florida Legislature. field is active in civic and Unity affairs. He is on the <>f Directors of Hops School %  ntally Retarded Children, Itive Board of the Sustaining ol Fellows of Mt Sinai Hos[of Greater Miami, and is a ft !" in business law at Miamilunior College He is also a h %  r of President Johnson's %  in', nub mai ried lo the former d mghter "i Mr and • aske, "i Kcj stone Is i fi Sinai Hospital and was I i I H \ I %  Pam • • %  E Baj in ayne PTA :ts Officers I •• Bisi aj ne Eton i ntarj I \ I i n a 1 DMeting last ItJir following officers for the wt re installed: '' Jack BirutMHtm; pres • it. Mrs Willx-r Wishner; residents, Mrs, Harold Most l-M Ralph Meivis, Mr-. I Thornton; secretaries, Mrs. bdd, Mrs Benjamin Sirota; r, \!rs Benjamin Levy, Paqe 15-3 Robin Hood Names Smith n R Smith has been named al manager of the Robin Restaurant, replacing Arthur ?h who resigned. Smith was ger of the Embers in New for seven years and also one owners >>t the Carriage Club He lives at 0372 Collins Surfside. —S.T. SONENBLICK Left to right are Leo Eisenstein, trustee, past president and chairman of Miami Beach Board of Realtors Week Committee; Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard; and Cecil Mobley, Miami Beach realtor and past potentate, Mahi Temple, shown with the proclamation signed by Mayor Richard designating May 23 through 29 as National Realtor Week. Theme of this year's observance is "Pick the Right Home — Throuqh a Realtor." Jewish War Veterans Plan Services Marking Memorial Day This Weekend The Department of Florida. .Jewish War V'eti rans ol t'ie United Slates, will commemorate Memorial Day on Sunday, May SO, by holding two services to honor the memorj ol all deceased veterans, it was announced by Edwin L. F> ibelman, Of Miami, chaplain. .IH \ rx partment of Florida. The regular annual memorial service will be held M a.m., at Mount Wh<> Cemetery, 5505 \w 3rd SI Miami, led by Ainslee R Fertile, of Coral Gables, commander, Department of Florida. Representatives of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association will participate, including Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of Temple Beth Shiran; Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, of th Israelite Confer Temple; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion. Additional services will be held at 2:30 p.m. the same day. at tfia Jewish War Veterans section of Vi-ta Memorial Gardens Cemetery. 14200 N\V 57th Ave.. Miami, under the direction Of Ralph Lamport, of North Miami Beach. Rabbi Harold Richter. of Congregation B'nai Raphael, will officiate Other Services will be held by loc;:l posts as follows West Miami Post No. 228, 9 30 8 in West Miami Cit> Hall. Murraj Sol< mon Post 243, Coral liable12 30 p.m., Star of David ( i met< rj Hialeah Miami Sprin !s Post N %  12 30 p m Lakeside Memorial ten Vbe Horrowitz Posl So Si 12 10 p m nai <'en %  Al lemorial I JWV i • rei !••"!. • % %  iith ive in Guest six \ i • l ol JWV P< -i t ice pre North Short I.,i i • ol B'nai B i ith and member c i the Miami Beach Bar Associa• on 'l he Oneg Shaboaf following tc vices will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Ted Lingaton in observance of Memi ial Da) and in memorj ol Mrs Lingaton's brothers Post 681 will also conduct religious Memorial l)a> sir\i.es al the Disabled American Veterans Hall 1301 W Okeechobee Road. Hialeah, at 8 p.m.. Sunday. Maj 30. Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple Sinai of No. Miami, will officiate, assisted by Cantor Emanuel Mandel, national deputy chap lain. National organization of JWV v il! be represented by Victor B Freeman, national executive committeeman Department of il rida will be represented by Jack Her man, senior vice commander Hialeah Miami Springs Post will be represented hy Herbert D Bux liaiim. post commander. A%  • *. KOBtRT SCHWfDfl IE ISRAEL HISTAORUT COMMITTEE OF GREATER MIAMI Mourn the Untimely Passing of Our Beloved Vice President IRVING M. SACHS \or.d Share the Sorrow of His family and the tntirc Labor Zionist Movement in Their Great Loss SAM fEINSTEIN, Pre> li\ : aS ;u I D.,\. : %  %  %  hairman of the affair, hopes "thai enough funds can I*' raised to increase the Civk i si ii scholarship awards to II per year The Civic League has been help HIE young people of Miami Beach pi •itinue their education since IMS. This year, a special John F. Ken nedy scholarship (or political science will IKawarded at the banquet marking the birthday of the late President Also to be installed by Circuit Court Judge Harold Spaet are John Berger, first vice president, Ted Cohen, second vice president; Murray D r e x I e r, treasurer; Herbert Zemel, secretary, and Norman Miles, financial secretary. n Carl I lams will be .1 be master of cei MRS BSTHBR, *•'., nl 1121 I ul an M -i:. cairn I." yi .11 ano in.in \". v..i k %  urvivi il l,j !..iii rtn Ml I.IIIIHII ltl.-hh. Iim i Mix* RI |l< s'lin. • Mri \ II %  rl S I\ • r, Mm .-. i' In n..il,, mi. i ,, mm, i" iv,i Snm-nhllck: tiir.-.grand%  hil.lr. n in. luillns M Mai 1 • %  'in. n rl i si, .ii -fi Rndi '• II. .-Ii ma .mil I .. %  • > Service* i r. h.l.l in X. u York I'ltJ • • ADLER. I'.. .-I. '.]. ,.r J| \\V Huh I • died Ma) S3 s. \ i. Kri'l;,\ I" H III ..• I:. r mi ral I loini i N'V. H.ih Si SEIGEL. 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Jewish Chaplain in Santo Domingo -Jewish Floridian Assigned t0 Serving Sick and Wounded Florida, Friday. May 28, 1965 Section C By Special Report SANTO DOMINGO — Chaplain (Capt.) Howard M. Graber. Jewish post chaplain at Fort Bragg, N.C., has arrived in Santo Domingo with the 15th Field Hospital, which is i treating Dominicans, as well as: wounded and sick American solj diers, according to word received by the National Jewish Welfare Board Commission on Jewish chap. laincy. Carrying a dying Dominican baby in an ambulance, while on a mercy mission the day after his arrival. Chaplain Graber was caught .lui The only chaplain assigned to j?.ht in the middle of sniper fire bting, he reported. the field hospital. Chaplain Graber flies his chaplain flag in front of his office and on his jeep. In singling out these flags as the most important items he has with him, he said: • Wherever I go people see that there is a Jewish chaplain nearby. It's a tremendous boost to morale. Even the Dominicans turn with interest as it passes them by on the s tr eets I have been stopped occasionally by Jewish soldiers and had a chance to talk with them. Our units are scattered through' out the area and, as expected, our Jewish boys are also spread around thinly. Everyone is in high spirits and we ha\e no morale problem" Sarasota Storekeeper Who Liberated Concentration Camps Buys Israel Bonds jm&***#^gEzz; TEMPLE EMANUEL TODAY AT 1701 WASHINGTON AVE. HISTORY IS MARKED BY GREAT GROWTH emple Emanu El to Mark ilver Anniversary Sunday I Emanu El will cele It5 years of activity on MiI each with a silver Annivec l\ Ball t" be held Sunday night the Diplomat Hotel ry of the Miami Beach one of great growth. !o',\ in-ginning with the ap%  in 1943 of Dr. Irving as --piritual lea lei. In r bis direction, the coor has grown from less 200 members to more than H Families. Serving :he rapgrowing membership is a program of ipiritual, cultural and social activities. Unique Building In its building program, too. Temple Emanu El has achieved a record of clear progress during the past quarter ol a century. Its Washington Avenue synagogue completed in 1948 at a c of more than SI million, is one of the largest and finest in the nation. Completely air-conditioned, it includes administrative offices, a kitchen, dining room, library, museum and a chape) accommodating 250 persons. Its massive auditorium, with a seating capacity of 1,800. was carefully designed to eliminate columns and other obstruction! and. as a result, affords perfect visibility of the pulpit and Ark from all points of the main floor and balcony. With its huge copper dome and Byzantine Design, the Washing Continued on Page 3-C INCORPORATED AS BEACH JEWISH CENTER ihechter School Among Facilities A major project undertaken Temple Emanu-El is the SoloII Si heehter Day School euritl> housed in t h e Temple's Ith Branch school bailding. 727 h St The only conservative lie day school in the ktheastern United Sates, it lera fullyapproved program and religious tostrucfrom nursery and kinderthrough the fourth gri le, filth grade to be added in • fall. I I'd m 194 I as the Mi • h .lew i-1 > r..ii in Ij Temple Emanu-El rej il present name in 1954 n .i vi te : the i > %  u rid '•'. .: ll. the Mi r wh h was • ited in led pn\ ate liome on • id Avenue and I. i PI. %  •'• one of Greater .'.. •• havens fee n ol ths, North Branch Buildings MAX BODfRMAH new president JACK CARN dinner ehoirmon assembly h a 11. teachers administrative offices a* d roof pavilion, Future 1 plans call for the constructs %  irge social hall am.tent to tl • Washin Avenue The land on which the hall is to be built was presented as a gift to the congregation in 1959 by Samuel Friedland, who served for 14 years as president of the congregation, and is now chairman of its board of diiectors. O her past presidents include Mayer H. Erankel. Joseph at. Pose. HaRJ Sirkin and Joseph M Lipton. New Officers New cfficet-i will be installed • i Friday evening at a special Inatton service, and will be ored al the Anniversary Ball j evening which is under the general chairmanship of jaik (.'. mer Succeeding Joseph M Lipton Continued on Page 2-C %  Twenty years ago. William Rudow was a medical corp-man in a tank batauion of the United States Army in EiM pe. SI* rtly before the end of the war. he marched with his unit into the concentration camps. The young Jewish GI was shocked and deeply shaken by what he saw. and made a vow to ; help his Jewish brethren whenever :and wherever he could. Last week, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the liberation of the survivors of the death camps in Germany. Rudow. who runs a 'small hardware store in Sarasota, purchased $10,000 in Israel Bonds in keeping with that pledge. In addition to his purchase of Israel Bonds, Rudow also contributed $2,500 to this year's local United Jewish Appeal drive. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rudow are active in other Jewish causes, as well. Rudow. who is reluctant to discuss his generous support of Is rael. recalls with emotion his experiences in 1945 when his army unit entered the German concentration camps. '•I found the people too weak to stand on their feet." he says. "If on ke my heart to see Jews, just like you and me. in that horrible predicament I gave them all the food I tould collect from my buddies and myself. I swore that for the remainder of my life. I would do all :hat was possible for Jews in need." Mrs. Rudow's commitment to save Jewish lives stems from her own experiences as a child, when she was forced to flee from the Hitler terror in Europe. Thankful for her narrow escape, she has aided various Jewish causes since her arrival in this country, and has supported the State of Israel since its establishment. Mrs. Rudow was born in Antwerp. Belgium Her husband was born n the East Side i I New York. They began their married life in Bayside, L.I., and live and a half •earago settled in Sarasota. They have a son Marc, who is eleven. School Faculty To be Honored On Friday night. Temple Menorah will dedicate services to "Yom Hamorch." In a special ceremony, the teachers of the Nursery. Hebrew and Sunday Schools will receive a tribute from Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and from the Temple school board, headed by Nathaniel Glickman. Herzl Honor, principal. will respond in behalf of the faculty. Honored at Yom Hamoreh will be Mrs Nathan Robinowitz. completing 13 years as a teacher in the Religious School. Mrs. Yuval Kachioff. Mrs. Nathan Stern. Mrs Charles Kusens. Miss Laraine Friedman. Mrs. Herzl Honor, Benjamin Altshuler and Isac Kapulsky. School board will host the Oneg Shabbat following the services. Members are Mrs. Elsie Belsky. Mrs. Harry Friedman. Mrs. Norman Harrow. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaplan. Mr and Mrs Marshall Kratzer. Jack Korenblit. Ben Krovetz. Jerry Lelchuk. Morris Lunch. Mrs. Paul Millman, Mrs. f If. Pollack. Mrs. Bernard Potasch. William Saulson, Mrs. Jack Segal. Al Sherman. Saul Strachman. Alan Stratton. Mrs. Sidney Sussman, Mrs. Sidney Traqash. Dr. Selwyn Willig. Mrs. Wilbur Wishner and Nathaniel Glickman, chairman. Closing Exercises Slated Closing Exercises for Daily R* Trixie Levin, with musical accora10, Wilh lt ,., ;i .,,, S ((1 ligious School, Sunday School and paniment by Millie Dra.zar. Htinuini to grow ml • Confirmation Departments oi p, ir ticipan's in the play are He ( ;,.;,. En, „ed remple Emanu-El will be held on bor l|| Buchwa i d Susan Epstein, l>>' North Branch building to Sunday, si 10 am.. Raphael i\ Mari ,,,,,,Gary KoUin. Olivia P member ... n.h.reading Vunes, chairman of the Board of u vm suntey Maisel, Jennifer 1 the nor .hern sections of the Education, announced Rami p e ggy Keiff. and Esther M Facilities, ge; ed partic Awards and honor certificates Rllbmsk> fcrty for the Solomon ScheohwiM ** presented at the assembl) Fxercises for the Solo >r Day schcl. bdude class to be held to the Main Sanctuary J^fgJSS^S iSJi Twill be I londatgartea and nursery ol the Tempk .m Tuesday evening June Vms, ptoyground, kitchen, din Dr Irving Lehrman **~ ^V here will b ( ^ an open House *~ room, library. youth activithe students. a-,1 I (HfH enJhen ner, u, ^ t $ ro m. Sisterhood lounge, titled Walls Have Ears will be *P" on l education and conference %  presented under the direction of Building A small storekeeper, who served in a U.S Army unit which participated in the liberation cf concentration camps in Germany durinq the closinq months of World War II. this week bought S10.000 in Sta'9 of Israel Bonds. William Rudow, shown above in front of the modest hardware store which he and his wife run in Sarasota, made the purchase in fulfillment of a vow he made to help Israel 20 years aqo, when he saw the pitiful plight of the survivors of the Nazi death camps.



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'age 14-B Page 2-C -Jtnist FtcriidFi&r) TEMPLE EMANU-EL'S FIRST HOME ON EUCLID AVE. Emanu-El Major Affiliates Temple Emanu-El's complex program of activities liicludi I wide variety ot affiliate OTgani /;.lions. • BROTHERHOOD iaffiliated ith the National Fedora •ion ot Men's Clubs. President is Hi roM Segal The organization fosters and strengthens the re _ioti. cultural and social ties %  • men ol the congregation ing them 'he opportunity ol other mi a more I'. rsonal basis to develop a closer fellowship Brotherhood lias a•forinost project assisting in %  spons 'I snip ot the youth ac Iixities program oi the Temple • SISTERHOOD iaffiliated h the National Women's ue ot the United >\ nagogue : America President 1^ Mrs Herbert s Shapiro Purpose ol Sisterhood i^ to bind the women 't the Temple family together ii an organization dedicated to deepening Jewish values through i o r s h i p and study ami to strengthening the foundation ol %  \ ksh hie through support of the Religious School. Sisterhood .-ub-idues all school buses, sponITS the Temple youth activities program, assists in the support of the Religious school, organ lies an adult education program. HAROLD StGAl Brotherhood MRS. BROOKS PTA MRS. SHAPIRO Sisterhood KWWWWTHE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Tour furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Efc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICKUP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 and playan a. live part in the maintenance nl re o| the Mi eo temple • PARENTTEACHERS ASSO CIATION. \: assot iation ol eniand organized UJ civ,,;, ,, c>:y,' relationship be \v >• %  n the parent ind the Relig ions School President >sin lie PTA tri all times to promote the welfare ol the children in the school bj providing l>k for the Ubrarj anil extra equipment whanevoi needed It also attempts to raise Hie standards ot .leui-h life in I the home ami in the synagogue through .. positive educational program of conferences and meetings Other Temple Kmanu Kl affiliates include the following • Temple Players — A con_:relational little theatre group directed by Trixie Levin President is t). .1 Kosenstrauch. • FortyNiners — The setno citizens ol 'l e m p le Bmanu-EI orcani7ed to provide a social cultural program to suit their particular needs President is Irving Si tiatzmsn • Senior and Junior United Synagogue Youth — affiliated with the national youth move ment of the United Synagogue of America I o r senior ami junior :; fosters a c!\ namic i I religious, < id livities I'rvsi is Marl. mi Marlene Krovetz ipres %  Ol the .ion;,;both are U the aegis oi the Temple Vouth ilssion. oi which Mis Murray Maisel is chairman • Young Judaea Groups — to e : \ e fourth. 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At 77th St., president is K1-.1 Kosenthal • Boy Scout Troop 45 — Sponsored by the Temple Brother hood, SMli Seltzer is Scoutmaster and Noah Finisher ficer '-"••on n\ • Brownie Troop i; sored by Sisterhood Mrs. Charles Bind,-, delegate to the Girl 'I i rector ,| naUo America and Girl >".ui rcpres-l tatlve on the Sisterhood boT She i~ sasistad bj .; lp Cowan, Mis II ,,, c an.I Mrs. Georye T Greta Varied Temple Plans Continued from Pago 1-C as president is Max Boderman. ether officers to be installed include: vice president*. Joseph Cohen. Judge Irvaa*. Cypen, Dr. Stanley Krehling. Samuel J. ILalperin. Emil Morton. George J Talianoff and Jack S. Popick Treasurer. Jack I arner. associate treasurer. Samuel Lipton: Morntary, A Moiasky. assoct. ale secretary. L>r Sherman R. %  cretanl Kaplan, and financial Abe Green. Also, associate liaaactal M tarie*. Marcus 0 sarokin „ Herbert S. Shanim and ing secretary. 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Friday, May 28. 1965 +Jenisti Ikiridliari Paqe 3-C DR. LEHRMAN'S DRIVE TOWARD ACHIEVEMENT Rabbi's Notable Contribution Temple Emanu-El's Silver Anniversary Ball is the subject ol discussion at a coffee held recently at the home of Rose (Mrs. Alexi Kogan sealed above. Mrs. Kogan, together with Helen Mrs. Jack) Corner (Ieft> and Lottie (Mrs. Emil) Morton (right) are among some 70 Temple women who have been selected to serve as hostesses at the ball Sunday night at the Diplomat Hotel. Women's Committee for the ball is under the co-chairncrnship of Isabelle (Mrs. Maxi Boderman. Mary Rose 'Mrs. Sherman) Kaplan and Sylvia (Mrs. George) Goldberg. Silver Anniversary Ball Continued from P*g* 1-C \ %  %  ie j> nagogue nas beilocal landmark. houses is one ol i taglo .'< wish clrculareference libraries in rt o( tho country More ...limnare available rlj .mil popular levela m d iish and English. Cornerstone Temple Beoanu-EI museii i h "i ihe Jewish afu the Jewih The logical %  ,: % %  .ii America, offers reg i hanging exhibits <>i interi hildren, as ell aa adults ooo persons of all a Iks of .;ii w itnessed oi the synagogue core on February v. 1948 \n /i m in Israel : • torn rsa brought ba< k o 'his country bj R ibbi Lehr Fottov, Ing a tour ol i: team deputized b) the best recipe for folks ^newly • %  • moved to GREATER MIAMI Take o-e pf-one call 'or c lifts and intoimation about "' genuine hosp.' and ins \\clc()iiicw&iQ\ai>on .? 'j %  %  -i HI 8-4994 WHC0MI NCWCOMUSI UM this Mupon to lot M know y'r •M. •heGreater Miami Jewish Fed eration During this trip abroad, Rabbi Lehrman participated in the celeii ol the United Nations declaration establishing a Jewish State, and also witnessed the beginning of the War for Independ ence. The jtorj of the developmenl of Temple Emanu-fcl auring the pa-t L'J years is intimately re lated to the growth "i the Temple's spiritual leader, Dr. Irving Lehrman. During his quarter of a century ot service here, hi has grown to become a na | tional figure In Juda is in and Zionism Local ly. he is iden tilled with a wide variety ol civic, philanthropic, cultur al and religious, affairs. last Saturday evening, he w a I honored „„ ummM by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation lor two successful years of leadership in the capacity of chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal On December 22. 1946, the sited] ol the present Temple Kmanu -El was officially dedicated; and on Februarj 22, 1948, the c or n e r stone was laid, At ceremonies which included some 9,000 per sons, Dr. Lehrman declared %  %  The cornerstone which we are dedicating is not one ol stone bul rather ot spirit." The Temple Emanu-El spiriti al leader is a graduate ol the Jewish institute of Religion oi New York City, where he was the recipient o t the d e g re e ol Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Literature, and m 1959 he received the degree of Doctor ot Hebrew Literature from "he Jewish Theo logical Seminary of America. He served as a Student rabbi at Ten; pie Shomrei Emunah, Montctair, N.J., prior to taking over the pulpit ol Temple Kmanu-KI Dr. Lehrman assumed bis duties here in August, 1943. Visits Europe Dr. Lehrman was chosen in 1947 by the Greater Miami .Jewish Federation to visit ihe DP camps of Europe and Israel as one of the three repreaentativi a of (he Miami community. His report on the plight of the .lews in Europe and Israel brought him national recognition. In November, 1963, he was asked In serve as chairman of Ihe Greater Miami CJA campaign, a post in which he again served with distinction In 1964-65. At present, he is a member of the National Rabbinical Advisory Committee Of the United Jewish Appeal and the National Council of the Joint Distribution Committee. In the spring of 1958. he was selected as one of a five-man intertaith team of clergymen, chosen from acro-.s the country by the Commission on Religious Or-ani/ations ol the National Conference of Christians and Jews, to visit Russia and the Iron Curtain countries as a gesture of America's religious strength and beliefs, lie iat present chairman of the NCCJ Clergy Diato i Planning Committee Rabbinical Family Dr Lehrman is a former retarj ol the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the national body representing t h e Conservative movement affiliated with the national body representing the Jewish Theological Seminary of America He serves on the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, and is the tenth generation ol his family to pursue the rabbinati in an unbroken chain His fatl was the late Abraham Lehrman, who served as rabbi lor twenty years at the Glory of Israel Hebrew Institute In New York City, and he is the grandson of tinfamous Chassidic Raiibi, affectionately known as "The Brocket Rebbe." Dr. Lehrman Is a member ol the board of Ihe International Synagogue at the Kennedy International Airport in New York. He is on the national Hoard of Directors Ol the American Tecunion Society and was recently named a founder ot the society. He is past president ol the Travelers Aid Society of Miami and member of the Board of Directors of the Dade County Chapter Of the Amerkan Red Cross. Ill 1983, he received their filtciiiyear service award Hisfory Project Dr. Lehrman is a past president oi the Rabbinical Association ol Greater Miami. He is now working in conjunction with the American Jewish History Center on a research study of the early histor> of the Jewish communitj m Florida; and in recognition o; many contributions to the Am. nan .1 e w is h scene Temple Emanu-El osti bli she the Dr Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern Jewish Theological Seminar) of America. In O. b !..!• 1964 DT l.eiu was eiectr : \ ice president ol %  Zionist i al ion ot Amerk ... His wife, Be 1 I e prew serves as president ol the F< di tion oi .Jewish \\ o m e n. They nave one ton Dr David i t %  man, a daughter Rosalind-, and grandchildren, Michael and Rb ert *• %  •D PUOM have the Welcome Woaen Hostess call an Ma. I would Ilk* ta luttcrihe fa The Jewish FlerWia*. rill oat cauaan ana mail to vofssnJsjtiaji Paft., W.P.O. fjta tT7t, Misml, Ha.



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Page 4-C +Jenisl> ntrid/ar The State Of Europe By MAX LERNER Twenty years after the ending of World War II in Europe the fad that de Gaulle iengaged in a great personal quarrel with America generates the headaches and gets the headlines. Yet the overriding fad is that Europe la prosperous, that its trend is toward integration, that it has suffered no wars in 20 years, that it is closer to America now than lit ever was, and that it has a prospect even of overcoming its parti tion into two Europi President Johnson talked on TV the Other day directly to the European people. That in itseli is evidence that modern technology operates in favor of an Atlantic community, not against it. He did not spell out an action policy toward Europe, but he did present an overall American attitude. What it amounts to is that if America and Europe move more closely together, think together, act together (I am including Russia in Europe the other continents will have a center of gravity and a standard to repair to. The America-Europe nexus is still the crucial one. Not for de Gaulle, of course. His response to Johnson's talk was to put on a big military display in the French celebration of YE Day. Under Kennedy, de Gaulle had an opponent who was Europe-oriented, sensitive to French culture, half under de Gaulle's spell as a personality. Under Johnson he has an opponent who is power oriented, homegrown in his American flavor, and untouched by the de Gaulle legend. De Gaulle will seize on every vulnerable move of Johnson's, as he did on Viet Nam and is doing on Santo Domingo. He won't get far. But neither will Johnson, with any tactics he has used up to now. It is a deadlock. Yel if the power struggle is deadlocked. Europe itself has been changing drastically. The first big change was Europe's economic recover) *ud its recapture of political self-confidence. Memories arc short and the burden of gratitude is always heavy, yet the fact is th.it Europe's rebirth v as made possible by America's help — through the Marshall Plan, through NATO, through America's encouragement of the Common Market. The second big change has been the new relation of Russia and America. In the last Berlin crisis, when Soviet planes buzzed West Berlin, no one believed that Russia and America seriously meant to come to grief over Berlin and let China be the beneficiary. There has been much discussion of whether the Soviet military threat to Europe has actually receded or has only seemed to. But it is hard to blame West Europe for blunting the edge of its alertness to the Soviet danger when America itself has entered into a detente with tin Soviet Union. Thus doesn't mean that the German question has been settled. On its unliklihood de Gaulle has built the third big change — his own challenge to America's role in Europe. Cleverly he has played on European anxieties with repeated assertion that in case of an attack on Europe the US would not risk its cities to protect those of Europe. There is no way of proving de Gaulle wrong or right on this. There %  %  < law of God or man that lavs down what America would actually do. The chances are that no one knows, including Johnson himself, until the moment conns with its attendant circunistanct IS. De Gaulle gets away with his argument not because there Ls much danger of war but because there isn't. Yet in any event his own •M Tit destroys itself. If it is true that nations act only out of narrov national interest, then why should the other nations of Europe trust the French fane de frappe to help them if they are attacked? The de Gaulle argument against America can be turned against France. That la A hy de Gaulle as a narrow nationalist cannot be European but remains supremely French. This isn't enough for the state of Europe today. The nations of Eastern Europe, in their movement away from Russia, seem to be re-ponding to a nationali-t thrust, vet in a deeper sense they are moving not only toward national autonomy but toward a dream of a possible united Europe. The Communist idea has eroded in them, and their young people have grown alienated from the hackneyed Communist dogma. The) are spurred by a new patriotism, yes. But they are spurred also by the hope of achieving the kind of good life that Western Europe has achieved. This is the fourth big change in Europe today And because of it one can begin to speculate, as Professor Brzynsky does in a recent pamphlet, on the possibility of renewed economic and cultural ties between the two Europes under joint American-Russian auspices. There remains the fifth big change. It is known as the "Americanization" of Europe, but it is more than that It is not limited to the surface changein European life, in the form Of the supermarket and the mass picture magazines. What is more important is what the young Europeans are learning to expect from lite — the change:! patternol love and wooing, the changed rhythms of moving and of dancing, the changed value patterns For once de Gaulle has come up against some thing he cannot subsume under national honor or grandeur. I don't know whether it will lead to an Atlantic community. It may not. But it cer'ainly will not lead to the exclusion of America from a Europe which is mowing itself more and more responsive to the same modernizing life force that America has been responsive to. B'nai Raphael Schedules Skit \ -kit "We Belong directed bj Yuval Kachiaff. will be presented by Congregation B'nai Raphael gradui o Sunday at 7 p in. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner and Junior ( hora croup will also p. rticipate in the graduating exercises. Others taking part m the pro gram will be president-elect, Harry Hausman; incoming chairman of t h e Scho 'I Committee, Mrs Nat Wilinsky; Mrs Leon Tishman, school administrator. Graduates arc Barry E son 11 Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Arem; Bar ry M.. son of Mr. and Mrs Archie Gold. Barbara, daughter of Miami Mrs Leonard Hecht; Philip R son ol Mr. and Mrs Sam Iltiluck; Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs Sheldon Willis; Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Raben; Joseph L.. son of Mr. and Mrs Kndre Schneider; Richard I. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Marlene G.. daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Settelle: Richard J., son of Mr and Mrs Jerome Sonnenschein. Past Presidents To be Honored Last regular meeting of Beth Da vid Men's Club for this sea-on will be held Tuesday evening in the social hall. Flection and installation of officers for 1965-66 will be held, with Sidney Lefcourt as installing offer r and master of ceremonies Following past presidents of Beth David Men's club will be honored Harry Diamond. 1949-51; Philip Abrams. 1951-52; Morn. Rabinowitz. 1952-53; Max Jacobson. 195358; Charles Z. Spingarn. 195860; Bert Sher. I96fr€l; Dr. Morns Kleiman. 196142; and Louis R. SeiUin. 1962-65. Social hour will follow the pix> gram. Left to right at a recent Restaurant Industry Luncheon on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal are co-cha:r:r.<\-. Irving Rubin, of the Pub. David Stuzin. oi Citizens Federal Scv-.ncs and Loan Association, and Irving Kaplan, of Toby's Cc:e terias. The Restaurant Industry dnve is within 51 3 of its 1965 goal. In addition to support of the campaic: the luncheon established the Louis Shapiro Memorial Aw f4 the memory of a prominent industry attorney. 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Friday, May 28. 1965 "knistfkridiifi Page SO Zionists Program For Jews in U.S. \F.W YORK — (JTA) — For the rs t time in it.history, tlie merican Zionist movement adopt .1 program oi unified action h placed the main empha: work to ensure the future of e American Jewish community. pr gram was adopted at an da) conference of the American .' i un ii. coordinj ting l>od> Sionisl groups in this country, markan important departure m the traditional Zionist pn>una which related primarily to [sraoli scene, while reaffirming the "Zionist rsponsibility toward the security id welfare of Israel." the resoluons adopted by the 3W delegates cm the nine constituent Zionist anizationa affiliated with the i in -.in Zionist Council, encomassed participation in Jewish ..minimal affairs, the furtherance (4 Jewish and Hebrew education. outh activities and encourageient of all types of immigration Israel Zionists of all pcrsua.(ins were urged in one of the res.imns to 'involve themselves in .1 communal endeavorwhich af• ct the Jewish community." "Zionist philosophy of Jewish living in areas ranging from education to philanthropy," the resolution said, "m u it now b brought to the forefront in all of our Jewish communal enterprises so that the positive values in Jewish life will be properly safepuarded and advanced, thus insuring the survival and growth of a vibrant and creative Jewish life." The Import of the reorientation • the program of American Zion-m was stressed in the keynote ddress by Dr. Max Nussbaum, hairman of the American Zionist ouncil, who pointed to the fact the Conference was convened mplement the decisionof the ast 26th World Zionist Congress, Any way you figure It... THE FINEST;, WELCOME *^Q TO GREATER MIAMI IS WELCOME x WAGON A visit from our hostesi will wilts you leal tt home, *ith her basket of gifts and answers to questions about the city, its service* and facilities. Just call Welcome j Q\agon i. •..'; -..'..• taA HI 8 4994 VUC0NE NEWCOMBSt UM this c.pw m"i f" %  we. Hima — — Aadrtn. City Please have Hie Welcome Woeoni Hostess call en me. I would like to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail te Circulation Dept., M.P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Flo. held in Jerusalem in January 1969, which was devoted to the theme "With the Face Toward the Jewish Peopli ii. the Diaspora." Dr. Nuss baum asserted thai with one-half el the Jewish people todaj residing in the l nited states, the implementation of the second unfinished task of the Zionist program for the building of the Jewish poople must % % %  (• %  -:•.) in tins country. Nathaniel s. Rosenberg, chairman of the Administrative Committee of the American Zionist Council, at the morning Plenary -i --ion. laid special emphasis on the importance of "rearing a new generation dedicated to the preservation of the historic continuity Of the Jewish people." He added that "this is essential for the building of a strong American Jewry which would also serve as .-. hinterland for an economically strong Israel Mr. Rothenberg also outlined the tasks facing the Zionist movement today in imbuing American Jewish youth with a -i use of spiritual identity with the Jew ish people and a loyalty to its heritage. In a series of resolutions dealing with international affairs the conference called upon the United States Government to reaffirm in unmistakable terms America's commitment to the security and independence of all Middle East nations and its determination to prevent aggression be it military or economic. At the same time tne resolution took note of the Administration's desire to maintain friendly relations with the Arab countries, but urged that there be no appeasement at the expense of Israel. In another resolution adopted, the Conference took note of attemptb> Aral' stateto Cut off the Jordan headwaters flowing in to Israel, thus aiming to deprive Israel <>f its lifebleiod. It urged the United stateGovernment "to use the full weight of its influence to deter the Arab States from a course which is bound to reach a major crisis in the Middle East." In a resolution on Soviet Jewry, the Conference Of the' American Zionist Council appealed to the Soviet Government to eliminate all discrimination against Jews and to cord the Jewish community in Soviet Russia the right and the opportunity for full national, religionand cultural expression. The resolution called upon Its constituent organization.and their members "to take the leael on the international and local levels in the campaign Of public protest demonstrations anet in their expression which will keep the plight of our Jewish brethren in Soviet Russia l.efore American and world public opinion." Sossin at Meet In Washington Michael St —i" executive director oi the Btackstone Hotel, attended the nation.'! convention ol the National Council of Senior i itizens Ias1 weekend in WashingDC u r-l S. -in is a member ol the Flor, state Commission on Aging and theGerontotoglcal Society of on the National Advisors Council of the Na tiona] Council of Senior Citizens. Newly elected officers of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary for 1965-66 aie seen at installation ceremonies held last week at Westview Country Club. Lett to right (seated) are Mrs. Frank Rose, vice president, membership; Mrs. Byron Sparber, vice president, administration; Mrs. Doran Zinner, president; and Mrs. Leo A. Berman, vice president, Lobby Shop. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Frank Perlman. treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Adler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irene Fink, assistant vice president. Lobby Shop; and Mrs. Eloise Breslauer. parliamentarian. Other officers and board members (not shown) are Mrs. Morris Blau, vice president ways and means; Mrs. Warren Witus, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Horwich, financial secretary; Mis. Nathan Glover, assistant treasurer; and the Mesdames Harold Zeeman. Leonard Steinei. Jeannie Gordon. Bernard Yesner and Al Berkowirz. FBI Man Will Address Men's Club Representative of the Federal Sunday. 10:30 a.m. in the Temple Bureau of Investigation will be Auditorium, according to an anspeaker at the regular monthly nouncement by Jack B. Shapiro, breakfast meeting of the BrothBrotherhood president erhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Aaron Farr. program chairman of the Brotherhood who arranged for the spe-aker. said that t b 0 breakfast iopen not only t< me-rubers oi the Temple Brotherhood, but to the general public as wt •!. Proceeds go to the youth actrvitii | m e.f the Temple. 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Page 6-C IPH ##> noridian FriccT. May 28, 1965 Capitol Hill Support Up For Anti Boycott More LEGAL NOTICE WASHINGTON i.ITA. Broad >i:i>jx rt for a bill prohibiting cooperation by American businessmen with Arab boycott practices was voiced this week by a number of >in.it is and congressmen, -lien the International Trade Subcommittee of the House Banking and Com merce Committee resumed ithearings on this subject. The law would forbid American busines-imn from filling out ques tionnaires submitted by the Arab League Boycott Office, aimed to pressure American firms against doinc business with Israel. Previously, Department of state D il Department of Commerce representatives, while expressing opposition to the Arab boycott. strongly opposed the bill for a number of reasons, the main one beinj; that such legislation would interfere with the Administration's policy of "economic denial gainst Cuba. Sen. Harrison A. Williams, New Jersey Democrat, co-sponsor with Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York Republican, of the bill, disclosed to the Subcommittee that during the lengthy conferences with State Department officials on the bill they always stressed &f heir concern over the reaction of the Arabs to such legislation, out not once did the State Deoartment mention the argument about Cuba or Red China. "This still has nothing to do with Cuba. The difference between the antiboycotl legislation and American %  •against trade with Cuba were also discussed in detail be%  t fa e Committee b j Senator its. The New York Republican sin "the anti-boycott bill will hall boycotts and also has the ,-irtue oi being consistent with t s policj with respect i tra e w itli Cuba and Commun• %  \t the time when the for firmness in foreign policj recognised by the v our policy with res'. • Arab boj cotl .one ol weakm M," Sen Ja\ its chai anuel Ceiler, New York Democrat, chairman of the House Judicial*} Committee, also rejected the Administration's claim of analogs between the A r a b boycott and trade restrictions against Cuba. Rep. Ceiler stressed that, if the legislation were adopted and (he Arabs saw that black-mailing American firms was no longer possible, they would continue to trade with the U.S. Strong support of the anti-boycott measure was also voiced in testimony by Rep. Abraham A. Mutter, of New York; James Roosevelt, of California; and Leonard Farbstein, of New York. All are Democrats. Rep. Thomas L. Ashley, Ohio Democrat chairman of t h e subcommittee, conceded to Rep. Millter that the Administration had no conclusive evidence that Adoption of the anti-boycott measure would destroy IS Arab relations. LEGAL NOTICE N rHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 666 B SKY, NOTICE OF PROBATE \T I K K 1! "1 I I %  %  %  It I 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6 : ,C %  ,1 %  K, NOTICE OF SUIT I IR>1 CIT\ %  KM • Ill ';. i there. >l:ilnlS PINK r. d< nil Building, Mi I 13131, in .in June SI, I:M.:,. ... t. 1 !,•< r.'.I'm I 'ollfl BMO "ill Hj;:illl-I ) nil. DATED May 19, K B LEATHERM v\ i "lerk • >( the i ii mil i 'ourt i-.ali li>: K M I.Y.MAN Ueputy < i.-rk MARTIN VISE l.i. F-d.ji-.il llulldiiiK Miami, FI'Tlil.. i/21-^s. 6 4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 65C 5526 \l VRCI 'BRITK It S V XI 'S, Pin inntl I A VI I %  SAM'S. I '• %  • ..IISUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  I• \ \ : I i s \ F i in. VI.i %  ) ,. .I ... I I i %  .' 'I I' I .%  ; I n -.i ., ..i ..II. I .. 4tai %  %  %  n III,Kill ,,l I I %  H \ ,ii. \ I %  : %  %  • i %  VT .•!• THII: \ i 11 %  THK IKWISH FU iRIlH \N HONK S1> ORHRHKIi I da K M I.K VTHKRMAN • n> i i' i 'i ,i I:I ST \\;.i:v IMA.N %  i' %  i-n NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Ch.incery No. 65C 52'0 To M h,.n ii Ma) I'onci %  r, CARnl. >' %  / %  %  %  .1. I A \\ I v SOW i / rt n v I \lf H. I.V\ \ I \M ,\\ ||'/, -'IIiNKEU i .' I ng %  2i-it NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5547 R Mil w:i. \V K VISI.CY. i -i i v V1RUINI \ it VI.-I.KY. I 1,11,1:, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti I VIRHINIA II VISLEY R, -ii, ii.,I n know ii V..il. VIRTJINI v BAIKI.BV •: • h< • l.\ notified Hi..i .1 BUI "i "',.ni|iliiiiu for i >i> -Ibeen filed %  ) default will be tak. n ajralnl you f"i ii".' re!:. i ,i. manded in th< BUI of i 'omplalnl TliUnotl.'r^yabili Ur. uuhllahed onr. i n-eek f..r four ."ii-. ii' •• Mk in THK JEWISH l-'l.'-ltll'IAN. HONK AMI i iRPKRKI • at Miam Florida, thin 1Mb da) %  •( May, A 11 i: H I.I: VTHERM VN, Merle, I Cli i-ull '..in i. I "ad. i '..in" i loiida %  aeal) B) P P fOPEI.ANn, 1 1 nut) %  '!• %  i.11 WU.I'.S M KIM.I.V I'.i i P...\ MIS, Palm VlllnRp Sta II %  I, i-'i'i'i.i.i •:: .'"': 1 Attoi ii. \ i'.i Plalntlfl %  !1 -28, • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66548 A IN RK Katate raj l.i •! is Hi ISBN HUM l..-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i'.. VII %  r. ill torn and All l*i • w • %  Ha' %  lit! ,'i.tinior Ht-mandn AgalniM FH it \ hi reb) n..i Ifli it and ri • iin -iii .mi i-laliiii* anil di-l s which I %  the -i.i'. ul MM l> lt< iM'-MH-IM Klorlda. %  • iu,', i %  %  %  |)atI'd at .Ml I i MI.MI Ri 'SI I CM \i %  I' %  f M K\. %  • %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COl NTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67001-A IN ru: i: • • KV A BRANT I k a KV \ lilt VNT Ml' I %  %  NOTICE TO CRED'TORS • i I ii Said ilw •.. f EVA i:v\ •i i' tj i %  ,i i %  • %  %  I ,'. I HI M i' \l:\ v i. i-.i: \ \T ri: \\i'iI;RI MI '' %  lu> SHARH i. -i • i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i:TH JUDICIAL CtRCLiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 52" : THK Wll.l.l VMSI'.I IVHI s WIM:S HANK. Plaintiff. i,..--|'.i'll v m o el al, I .. i. ii.I. inly. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti I .11 ISEI'H V. ill A N p \ II.INK V. illA\ IiM II.' ii Parki II i UllMbeth, New Jei -• J V r. hi •• l) ii" 1 lfl< d ""' ,1 "' ,i,..v, aptloiied .,, lion ha li • I ted Kg ii-i you II ''" '''' four! il the Kleventh Judl al I Ii ,l f |',.. : Ida ill .ili.i l"i I de i "•.Unix in forei • %  -> %  ii niurta :i 1 "' follou-lna .I.-, ii" .1 %  •• '"i" i' v l...i II. Bio. I, 71. \'i-l:\\. K i|i, I il'i'il \ I il ill'li IN, SI %  > 'TH >N :. in %  d I to the Plat thereof, rworded In Ptal Book ••' %  HI I'umt i" v "' "" Publli U. ..i-.i. ..• I lade Viunt) Kloilda ui'i V.n.l i., i l.'.niil.-. -,..,. V,„, i I I.. 1 I. .. '• l|>ollNIVI nleodlna to imlntifl %  omplalnl A iih ill.t'li rk of ill. afon mud I "ourt, ,,II,I .. x ;.\ then of ni.n plaint HI attome) MARTIN K1NB, Had. r. .1..i BulldlOK, Miami, I lor ila not later than i" 1 %  ., I ,,', i. %  I']-., i '..nf. --.. vxill l>. .iil.-t.'i aitaiiiMl > • -iii.\ run Ma) I I, 196." i; it i.i-: \TIII:I:M \N I'lt-rk ..i ill.I 'Ii %  HI i 'otu I seal) I'.v K ^^ I.TM VN. it) Clerk M vi: i IN II M: Had!•'• ili vi|., i l loi Ida ."->. % %  l-n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 5131 SHIRLEY SMI Puilnilff. \ tSEi iRtiK SMII.E.N Hi f. nilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  %  -il I.KN You HE" >Ri IK -Mil .. \ %  i I a I il ... ... .. \ i ~ Pli %  PAl'l. *E1 II %  i %  hi .. %  ... 'I'hi(llll-l %  • In TII :: 11 ,\\ isil Kl.i .1:11 .1 \ N |MI> IIRHKRI ol Me A I' B. II R.MAN, i i r VI I i LEGAL NOTICE MJtl M. .1. IN THE COUNTY JLDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66935-A : | NOTICE TO CREDITORS i H MKi HI. % %  %  .•'.'I-. I I'M i,-s .1, I hi 'he I'ounty O nun. ... Klorlda, •.Il tiln from tin i i he ru -i p Ii.:-. of, ..i the kame will 1 '•. '• ..i Miami, i-'i..i in.. • i ,i.i > of .vi iy, AM. |l II \i:. ii.n sn veil;,, ITiltkY si .,.\|; Af I7\.'. in..is IH-.I pui.ii. ; ,ti.,i, of thinotli %  Oui'lMj Uuy ..f \t;,v. IfAROU' SHAI'IRU Attorney for F^late '7 Uncoln Road MfcUnJ BeftOfc, Florida i. ;'I-2>. 6,4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No I.I:.. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I'HARI • .1 ili.. Inl DtWB v.\ .'in I:I:I, .,. Ml ,,„, lii.ICounty, HI..' Ida, ih 3rd ,i. VI. IJ i: B L.EATHERMAN Clerk "I i 'in nil Court rSeal) H) K M L-YMAN I '.-pli i > Clerk .1 DAVID 1.IEBMAN lie) lor I 'Lillil j WS I.In I lliiildln* Miami Beach, Florida 33139 6/7-U-X1-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66695 A IN' RK Katati %  II VI:I. NOT.CE TO caieoiTORs tru an %  i 1 i |i nla. M'lthli I I I .;I:I •" %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH D r AL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY N CHANCERY MC '728 T F03 D VORCE E l; WEATHERMAN C|> '• KTSTW. '• P CUPK1.AXD, %  v 'li i k HANPDRI, H KRAMER ''iil. ii. ..In Road lilda Miami n.,,,1,. HloHda Attonie) |.,i I'LiiiiUTf i. 14-il-2|, /< NO"'CE UNDEfl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v, i i.'i: iRKB1 N iht Hi..mil. i ln>. • 1 i. me of ,,,i: vi. vv vi i I.I: V\I. I Send aald %  ami ll • Ihe Clr,11 ,-..,. %  ... I %  ..I. .' %  • r VII. ivi.v.ii.i;\ i i:i.ix. vi'.i:rn i' v I.VI ii.< 'Vi iii ioldman. I Inlda I Pa •401 vv Klaath i si .. I I IN THE ClRCUT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C 530' BANK 'I' • '• 'Vi MERCE, Mew V..i k Plaintiff. \ IM i.\ vi I • v n vi.rv II iNNA l 'VI.I:V in • I >el. 'HIIHI.IW NOTICE BY PUBLICATION II i I %  .\".v i.i • ••". '• %  id IHI.NNA \l I • V I I'V %  l \ i h n. • %  i • %  v .. I. %  den, N Yi.l ARK 'i iRKRV S* •ill'iKH that %  MI.. < aicaluid M'i ..' I %  II ..Hili 1 \ ..'I III Hi. Plaint 1(1 Thi i>r-%  i-. 11) -..iitln to hi I,.*, .| :,^ r..||..v\ Tim I I, \. pi III. Wl • of l:i:\ ISKH II. VT •!•" v\ VCRIH ... rtll '• %  III. I'l.il '!• %  '•!.-.I iii I'll.Bon ....•'. M ..f iii^ Public H Iof Had' '"'i"i ^. rim v..i AI:K I:I:..II IREH • %  I ,. .1 .; • '. ...I VI-.. I II. M Vl.i '• 'I M il I Kill i\' V \ Mlr Ida, .in.l flli ->. .I in ih. ,n In %  i, Ian a %  i. %  %  | • %  i i.. t .1 in. "• %  .'. fa nil R-ltlrh x> III I.. !.. |l '• -— •! thi i %  • %  %  i %  i %  |ni I. v ri:i. i. H I.I v IT II i: v v %  iurt It) c r wn i. %  • %  • i l IN THE COUN-Y JUDGE COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PR03A-E \66664 B IN K IV M A N l' NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ it t %  %  Hunt %  i %  \\, i Hade i ipliI I i •. .1 • I HYM %  .-. n •i. %  11 v -vi %  • i i %  : IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE HTM JUOK A ciSCLiN AND FOR DAD r Y. -.JHIDA. IN C>i ANCtP • NO 65C 5055 • /./.I I d, in .%  • NOTICE TO APPEAR .1 r .. %  I • .. 1 1 el I %  %  ,i i Iff. m in ,-, i M %  • I I'..-' %  • I J( *,>EATHERii (Mall '''" i l n %  ',-' "''"i' l •" "**D By: K v. LVMA.V J> PJty Clerk •/:-31-^l. 6/



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May 23. 19S5 -Jen 1st meridian Page 7-C LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE INOER iTIT.OUS NAME LAW l< HEREttl HIVEN thBI \%  .!. llesil i • ^ %  Hi: .11;. n \i ..!. 1 hi': til III* Ti.irin..f I Ml'. at %  %  S i: -'inI \v. 11. K il I., i rglstl i t i i la II'. il Ihi in |t ,.f I Mil. Floi idu i .RUE M r I RXKSS ll\ AIlAMOVU'll -. la owi |: ,v M USURY -i Vpplk ant* .,-. Wa) ,|, %  |-i.i '. i-11 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF J.DA. IN AND FOR DADE t\TY IN CHANCERY No. 65C >". I FRAN' o S'ATHAN HAH I.EXCKR, I 'II11 -1 V KI %  |. .1 Api il '.''. IN ISROW. ar -.• % %  nlor .iml [ Hit' I...-' ill .HI. I i ,.f Miii -\ 1< • .*. l'e. I" \i:\\ INK \MP. if iin. .i t.r v i.iaar, nod ,. %  .ii..-. li asm, ..II.I 'in istlun .. .,|. bOtl -KI...H li. If |lr. nit. and "i both %  ( ill .. their unknown |, I-. e-. KrM li'%  %  '• KS t.v lltOI***. U'll I -. I .'. I 11 u .li'. ised ... i nun: I.I.H IT i ..in p Kl.l.lon %  i • V\ I It %  %  %  %  IKi I \i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  7 i %  \ k %  %  iNo* I n • i ilar\ >.f %  i-rljr I I : \K, fee! tn i | %  -. %  to i • tteiiur all of ', \ %  %  I %  til | H >| %  ,1 In — i\ Si '. %  -1" i d< • under \ .; tha i Ilei : II. %  l am :i .. %  • .i lai VAyetiu BY HENRY LEONARD "And it shall come to pass in the end of days — \ Oh Daughters of Moab — that among all the animals of the field, thou shalt choose the lowly mink." I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66713 A IN RE: ttetati • f .MAN T i-i:\ v. nka M \i: T LEVY I ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All i'. r.-.n %  HnvIliM Claims or llemands AK.HU. Said I ;— %  -. • V.Hi are in i .in n..t n .i IHI.I ro.niir.-il to |n.-IHI an) clalma ..: .i..Mi.mil. Which \..|| III... li.tw IL:., HI. r 'in state ..i MA \ T l.l :\ V, aka MAK T. l.KVV deceased late of I vail. County, Florldu, I., the fount} Judgey ..| I >.i.li i 'ountj, mi.I file the nan • in ilupllcnte and an provided In s.. HOB 73 I 16, Florldu Statutes, in theli ... li • in the i 'ounty i '..iirih. .I-, II, I'.ul. County, Florida, within -i\ ...Iendar months from the time of the fir.-t i.nl.li. :in..ii hereof, or the sa will I., barred. Uati .1 ..I Miami, Florida, tli 1011. daj ..i Ma) A.Li IM i i.otis LEI v \Administrator First publication ..f thii notice on Hii HI. daj of May, i'"'... MNSLEE i: l J ;i; %  >iI: Attoi n. > I... Admlnlsl i itdr Suite 302, .'::i". SW LeJeune Rd Coral lables, Plol Idu .. I l-'.i if %  i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! I-Jmiirfi fhridian •solicits your legal notice**. We> appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It :f05 for messenger serrlce LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE ,, HI NOTICE OF SLIT OR b^DER OF PL3. CATION -•'..:. Ex.. • I... i H N • S.ill • %  U iron, \ %  \\ i:\ ..II .. %  iiiiI %  %  ill • i l" ELi 'l. .. I:I.%  rifi si II,. •.. ii| i ii. III be .1.-%  %  ailmh • ., I,,I .ill almlns or hai %  '" v in. in. il. ,i other: .I>KI;KIN v m i|.MItKR' I ..• %  • trtiMteea, or ..inaiit., by. thr ilish, or \ini %  >f tha b '. named Bantu, in and to %  I unlive .i land. d %  •. ii of >nu are herebj no> I '.ill of ompla .t haa been Unaf you b MICH MM. J. • • NATHA N il I "EN und MU E, LENCH r teel [Trual Aereemei • dated April > %  to qnlet title of the i I ii from in Hoproper) • h>-i. Ina i ..v.. "' %  >'"i yu i ,iuii. .1 to %  i.y ..f your answer <>r plead* | i "• aornplainl on :>.Plaintiffs 1 HYKRa, HBIMAN & K M'%  n.W K .-t. Miami, • and to file u. is:lnaJ an'iln K in the off|< • ol the Clrcuii .'..,.rt of Dade lerlda, oi .. n,. MI, II ye fall '•• >io ntlons of the COB I llV >l>ll 1 '•' %  %  'in.loth i... of \ LBATIIKKMAN > '• Ml "I tli^ .•,,,. .,,, i ,,, Dad) i'. | B> : C. I wn I'l-imty n.-rk %  W a KAPLAN i Plali I NOTICE UNDER F.C* TIOUS NAME LAW I: I: I: N .; I \ i thi i Hi. IAK \\ • \l ; % %  I %  %  m .'i;i:i:s liKKICXIl i:. i.N \ i. • Mini und IK\ IX K. .i: \. M .I1TII \M. Ki ill \.n %  \ \i VKVI.N KI.I'IN li \I:M:T r .. i T 11 \':, / |., :. •. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MAl:\IN KI I:I.\ 12 Countrj < lub Read l ., i. N. w fork i: \i:'. • %  i i %  TH \I:T/ L'".4••. I 1.1. HI Turnpike lien II ... %  H-. N.-u N ork Yi'i: \I:I; i!i,i;ii'i N. i r n i-ii.'i' thai ,i it i I,I ..ii.hi .. -.. i bj l'.'NAI.I. .: SMITH ..nil IRVIN KOltAl.'ll UK SMITH ANU KORACH. .. partner-hll.. t>. • .-.-!.>-.• ,i itu. I..* lai' > II-i %  ansfi nil t.. bond, ivhich II .|.. fiie.i III 1 Ml.. 1 |H1K. : I", ..' Ml 'liof Itlile i '..mils I • ,.ia. ..nl > ou are • ii with the Clerk "i •!,. Circuit i 'on' i "l l '.oi. '...HI! ii Miami, I II ii ., umvi r in....i ... I • V N liP CATS M \ N ler Blreei Miami, PVorlda, on or bebe taki n .. ml n n I ,:. .1 ;-. th. HATED Vila lad i i \ i 111 :i: \i \ N Cli ,-..lli K M M M VN lerk HAVID '• CrSMA.N Ksg Mi., ii. :. ;-i i NOTiCE 8Y PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IP4 CHANCERY No. 65C4958 U:I:NI: HAH 'AWAT, PU MARSH U.i il vui'AVVAY. n: i i .. i SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MAKSiiM.I. II *RI>AW AY, IR ira i-'i.'.', \>.mi.. ii. ... IU^.I KIH o Rob -.. and Marvball II i i' i.. Sr You we here'.y n..tifi.-.l that :i Hill of CorapUlnl finDtooroc has been ,i, ,i isjsima i. and you are requi red to .-. %  rv'n : %  >' of >our Annwer ..r Pleading •.. the BUI of Complaint on the plalnKft'i Attorney, Mil, T VON ZAMIT. ISII Metropolitan Miami I'.iilldiruc. Miami. Flurld:. and file the orislnaJ Answer ..r Pleadingin th •:.!.• of th ri.rk ..i Hie I'lrvult Osort in or before the Tth day of .Inn.'. ISM I' yos fall to do w>. lii.lfin.-n' I. default "'111 tie taken airalnsl ro the relleC ilemnBided in Of Bill %  ..".I'lnint. Xhti • •'• •ball h.. puhllslu d on • %  ,.;,, h we %  %  m u u, .ill Tllsi IKW ISII |.-|. at M im rioridu h day ol btao \ %  i'i: i,i-\ I'M'-IIM \N Clerk 'ount> ,i K M L-VMA.N ut) t*lerk SAII \ ^ Z Wll'T i lldg I i. I-I4-ZI-8 IN THE CO0NTY JLDCE S COLRT IN AND FOR OADE COUN FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6699" B IX UK l:i I'll i: l.l \ i %  • I'o All i %  'I I %  ai I \ %  I VIN 1 %  i .. %  i I in S, in their n %  %  %  In -i %  lendai i I hi ted .it Miami, Klorldu, ii da) ol Ma A.I) i:i i\Y \l:i • II I.KVI.N \. Kxei %  rsl |i iblleai ion nl tl i %  • \l.i>. I • %  :i\l \i:iII I.KVI.N Vtlol r ... I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 669^3 C IN RE Kl il.MIA IIKAR k'AIIN |.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'o All Credlti innd Ai: 1'. tnHaving Claims or Demands Aaulm Estati 1'n eb> notll led an*l re. Tl V %  111:1 li*lw li .ii .-.ii in.. •: (ate "i i 'I.AI: \ i.i: \i: K.vll.s .i i lati % %  i at), I'l-.i Ida, '• the Count) I I'sub Count). .in.I file the > imi In i eiiti und ..I".-, i.i.-.i In Si iunt) '..in th. ... i 'i..i lila, .. II iiiii Ms %  il .ii Mian da) I.I Maj \ I' IIAItltl IIKAI! Mi M.I.I KI.KI.N A v Kxei i ;.'i pni.i i .it ...II nl tii %  on Ma) l!W I.Kti.N KAPLAN \ ; S.M Mi. HI i. !"I.I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COLRT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORiDA IN PROBATE No. 66680B < II K ate ..I A UK AH Wl U..I.I.N I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HnvIns Clulins or I '.in.i n.l> Ajcatnst Said y"ou are hereb) notified and re.|nii-.-il t.. present an> claims and demands .N-lii.-li you ma) have i II late oi w.i: Ml \.M WOUN (li oeased lati ol Wayne County, MichInn, to Hi. Count) Judges •" Unde Coonty, .iu\\ file the same in duplkrati und aa provided In 0eoileti li..ri.1.1 Statute.-. In th.ir offices in die Count) Courthouse In l hide County, iiorida. within six calendar monthi from Hi. lime of the f.r>t publL-ation hereof. Off the snme *ill be barred. tinted >t Miami. Florida, this 4tli .i. | ..i May, A '' IS**. .SII'.M.Y VVl'I.IX At An. iiiar> Bntecutor Plrst pobUcarlon of ttii?notice on tlieTth da) of May, IMS. BAR PON s i ni:i.l. Attorn.•> I'..i Sidney Wolln. AnclDar) Usecutor 403 Doponl Plan Center B/7-M-ll-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l> HKKKBY til VEX that hi .mi. -i,... d. dseii Ina to • < %  % %  %  in IIUKIII. ,n.|. i id. fictitious i CORA I. WAV CLEANERS ..t vllie, ••.I.-,i .; iblea, Florida. Int. nd to %  -.. .1 ii.. ne iili tini 'lerk ..! • he I'll %  '' %  %  of I ladi I PAl'l, I'AI.Vi Ci.l'/. VIIETII PA 1,1 OlAJl A i I IN THE C RCL'IT COURT OF THE ITH JUD C L ClRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA N C HANCERY No. 6iC 4790 HAM ;. I. \ \ VIII v III III! dm NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IIEI: i ... tVrni N S TOP \UK IIEUKEY nol NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY IJIVEN that ili iiiioVi duui'.l. desiiinc to erurnjti In %  -.iiii.let the %  i.'iou* nani-. of CXITEI' lil'.M.TV %  < >. NOT INC at : : -'. XW fith Vvenu. % % %  k .. .1., Intend i.' lvui-t.-r wild name itii i ii. .". 11, ... th. 'ii."in ..in t .f l %  .;. 'ounty, l-'i. r i: i -i:\ii ^ \ i > • %  i: i u II.I.I A MS. .' %  : -, ...... ., i -I — %  %  %  -. %  ii i— %  m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'I 'II' '! %  : IS HER Kit 1 MIVE.N I i ,|. i • -i f XKliliii IIERIT MiE SO. !'" v .. Ito.M i%  ,i ntinii i %  IN DISTRIIR'TORJ" IN a I-' IN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF TU. E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL : =C^ T OF FLORIDA IN AND FO= OADE COUNTY IN :ER\ M 6--C 4003 U AN K" %  : CE OF ?. %  I %  .f fin ri\i eel Ki rV. • USTEU IStM'.l i:> hosi iiddi. i i!".i N.ll II Ml.III! I III ..i thi \ er in the i 'lerk li Judi. IK II. and foi i'.ul. County. Florida, on ..-.., ... id .. %  11. i. faull ol Hhlcl : In I 'omplalnt ill lie taki n .< ..in. -^. .1 iv HATRH thi* ''.I da) of Mai i: t: I.I; \TIII:I:.MA.N i "lerk of the %  ut (seat) I' K M M M vN l %  i • -. 7-1 i-_"-.'• .i of your an, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 4886 IIACI.KS Si AI'.'-' >RI I, ., k .. SA.1I S'i'ARIli >Kl P ntlff. i IMOOENK St' VRIiORO, I '. fern SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO IMIMIEXI Si'ARBORO I • 1 Tl Mls IMO \ i ire I 1 ,; i .... "'v i ind file tl I...f. I M ; I I ., I -• Il • -. ator l 'K lVa.-li.-r IV. %  Yn an r. .|iir • .1 • nt with the afore* • ind %  I %  %  %  ilntlff's i| II X RTI N I'' N I • ,.:. %  1 r tl i will b 1'AT'I • V. il r li I.EATHERMAN i '1. : r I Men 11 Murs i %  C M VRTIX FIXE F. ileral III ling M • |-2I-M IN THE CO UN TV JLDOE S COURT IN AND FOR DAO= C0LN' % FLOR.DA IN POO: No668--. IN UK i:-' %  I NOTICE TO CRED TORS I l.i\ iii.il \n-.. • I.I IMeailliiR Ii thi i %  ..I th. %  .. anil li ... % % %  : '"vi.le.1 in Si .1. in., nl. %  n the Hill ol I om,,,, .,,,:. .. I "• %  i %  • ri..i ..i .. ri,,nol %  be published I ,,,„ ii ek • %  nsi .it ix %  • • ki in THE JEM ISII I'l.i'UII'IAN IMINK ANI' ORHKKEP Rl thla nil da) of Ma). A l> I i: H L.KATHERM \N, Clerk, Clrcuii Court, Had, County, Florida I...,n By: Marruerlte Morford Deputy Clerk Culdin, Rothenberg t Lalehuk :... Bis. .. > ne Bull llns .Miami. Florida Attorne) • for Plaintiff '. T-ll-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFTRER1 niVEN thai the underalKned, di alrlna to enitasi In busini W III %  ItlOUS name nl "Mil. iM.l.ill T "I MIAMI I'MSMI il. -s ..t W18 i • 10th 'om t. Hi:. leah, Florida Intends to resleti name with the Clerk ..: the Circuit Court .•( l hoi. Count) Fl CHKMII A I. KKSK \ Rl il \Nli I 'I :\ ElAll'ME.N I I'ORl'oRATION Hole i >\\ in-r Goldman, Ooldst. Ml... in i fur Ri %  -: -: i •401 \x Florida ill H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 4811 EN ITH LOIS WALLACE., Plaintiff, IVAN ERASMUS WALLACE, [tefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO IVAN ERASMUS WALLACE Residence l'nkn..w n YoC AUK I1FREHY NOTIHED that a Complain! for l>i\.,r.i. haa bees filed BRBlnst >-ou, nnd YOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve ,-!' Man Answer to the Complalnl *n the 1'i.n • • attorneys, ESSEN \ I -.-IV I SOI 120* A.'i-l.v Ul.li;.. Florida and Hie ih.original answei in tha office oT the ClecJ ol tl. 'ii. tall i "ait I on oi before June 10th, 1*61 In da lull ol wlii.-li tlo.'..Hilda in: will I..' taken as .-..!' %  attains! i.,i. i Mlai Florida, tii I ,i u ol M i I B I.EA rilERM VN, CLERK laeal I B) K M LYMAN .'!. k .-. 7-11-21 -2S • t hi >.. in.' w .11 inbar I Inted at Miami, i : i.. ttii.4th da) of May, A.O • \NI.I Y HENRI LIEB At Bxi Pli -t publii atlon of this e on the 7th da) of Mu). SA\III:I..I UA.NI. Attorne) i" above et .. -. ii.dd Bids .Mian r... r-M-si-ta IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 666476 S I IN RE: Estate of ANN M, HNDT, 1 leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and \r. liarIns Claimor Demanda Aaminst Said Estate: You are hereb) notified and requlred tn present an) ilnJs and demands which you mu luvr uif.iitiMt the estate of VNN M (ItNDY, dei-i a-. .1, late ..i i •„.i. %  • ntj Ploi Ida. to the Count) Jud i. Dade County, and id., the same in duplicate and aa provided in He. rim, T:I:I lh l-'loi i.i.i s aicee in I ..I.I, 'minti Florida, wlthli -i\ oa iiiil.ir nintit h11 om IS ol first pirbllcaIi


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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May 28, 1965

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Full Text
cJewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.
38 Number 22
Miami. Florida, Friday. May 28, 1965
Three Sections Price 20
Mapai Leaders Resign from Cabinet
IN COMMITTEE HEARING
] oice Opposition
To Senate Brake
On Arab Boycott
CAPITOL Hill SUFPORT MOUNTS PAGE 6-C
v. NC.TON (JTA) L'n
: State Geoi | i Ba I
tarj i( Commerce John
I Monday told a Senate
thai while the Arab
: American firms dealing
h
\
Under questioning, Ball as-
serted that firms that cooperate
with the Arab boycott are in a
better position "to work out
Continued on Page 2-A
Almogi and Peres Quit
In Show of Strength
For Gurion Challenge
SHIMON PUttS
Defense Minister
II
..il is looked up >n bj the
"ii u 1th resentment, it
- firmly opposes the
fore the Senate aimed
sui b lycotl
- on the lull, which was
bj Sen Harrison Wil
.'< m Jersey Democrat, and
S bs Javits, New York Re-
started before the Senate
.nil Currencj Committee
I r< larj Hall concern iat il
i all his arguments tn
the commHtee that the
istlation would grave-
l> hur \ In itiat.cin policies
Eshkol Calls Hanging
Of Jew 'Barbaric' Act
JERUSALEM JTA Premier
I ". i Eshkol used the term "mur-
th.s week t" describe the ex
ecution of Eli Cihen, it. in Da-
,ii- on charges of espionage
for l rael.
He said thai the Israeli, whose
liar Against Jews Seen
Coming Down Across U.S.
AJCOMMITTEE JOINS ICBC
\

YORK i JTA i Hani
Jews ami Christian
. an suburbia are coming
work and community re
ai cording to a report on
rican Jewish Committee
eported here.
\ report OH the five year study
3iltad at the 58th annual
of the Committee by Dr
1 -awson, its executive vice
pn nt. The study indicated that
half of the Christians sur-
1 v pressed lack of concern
w bow many Jews lived in
ei hborhood.
PACE 16-A
Known as the Lakevillt study
a fictional name given to the
midwestern community studied
the survey sought to probe basic
trends on how Jews and non-
Jews gel along in the suburban
community and future trends of
American suburban intergroup
living. Lakeville was considered
typical of American suburbs. The
survey was based mainly on in-
terviews with residents Lake
vil'e which has 24,000 parsons,
about one third of them Jews.
Continued on Pago 13-A
bod) wi l.'i. hanging in a square
ft r six hours after the execution.
was the victim of internal politi-
cal turmoil in Syria and of tensions
between Syria and the ether Arab
states
He explained that Israel had
maintained silence during the
40-day "fake" trial because ef-
forts were made in all possible
areas, through organisations and
"highly esteemed" international
personalities, to save the Israel's
life, and "we did not want to in-
terfere."
Through the United Nations
Mixed Armistice Commission, Is-
Continued on Page 3-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Shimon
Peres resigned as Deputy Deft nse
Minister and Yosef Almogi as
Housing Minister this week in the
expanding internal struggle in the
Mapai Party leadership between
former Premier David Ben-Gurion
and Premier I.evi Eshkol.
Both men said, in their letters
of resignation, that they had re-
signed in response to Premier
EshkoPs challenge to Ben-Gurlon's
Mapai followers in the Cabinet to
do so if they shared Ben-Gurion -
attitude that Eshkol was 'unfit*'
to lead the party and the country.
Ben-Gurion again openly chal-
lenged Eshkol's party leader-
ship with a letter to all news-
papers in which he again called
the Premier unqualified and
added he would not allow his
name to be on the joint Mapai
Achdut Avodah list negotiated
by the Premier, which has been
vehemently denounced by Ben-
Gurion.
"I will not give my hand to an
alignment list which in my opinion
does not come to strengthen the
unity of Israeli labor but on the
contrary, although I believe many
supporters of alignment want true
union.'' Ben-Gurion declared in
the letter lie said he had worked
with Eshkol in the Histadrut. the
Jewish Agency and the Govern-
ment for many years and lauded
Continued on Pago 5-A
i

TOSEF AIMOGI
Housing Minister
Banned Anti Semitic
Units in Open Rally
Bl'ENOS AIRES (JTA) Two
anti-Semitic demonstrations, one
by Tacuara and Guardia Rest aura.
ilora Nationalists, the other by a
pxmp calling itself the Federation
of Ala!) Entities, wire staged here
this week, publicly proclaiming
I stility against Jews in general
and again-: Israel.
While both Tacuara and the GRX
are banned I y the Government, the
t w o ultra right organizations
joined before the monument to
Gt v.. i al s.i: Mai n, the Argen
tine rational hi ro, In a r illy rh
it etc i "against Freemasonry, Com-
munism and Judaism
Guarded by youths wearing
brown shirts reminiscent of tho
uniforms of tho Hitler Jugond,
tho principal speaker, Tacuara
leader Guillermo MacGreon, an-
nounced initiation of an anti-
Semitic, anti-democratic drive,
threatening: "Our next gathering
will be with arms."
Meanwhile, the Federation oi
Arab K ti ies, at a separate meet-
ing, said it ua. commemorating
the 17th anniversary, oi "the oust
mg of the Arabs from Palestine.'
Among the speakers wire two
Continued on Page 7 A
Heart Attack-
Fells Sweden
Chief Rabbi
STOCKHOLM (JTA) Chief
Ral bi Kurt Wilhelm. of Stockholm,
died this week after a heart at-
tack reportedly caused by disclo-
sure of plans ol a Swedish Nazi
gang : kill all Swedish Jews Dr.
Wilhelm. who had been Chief Rab-
bi since 1948, was 65. The Nazis
had repeatedly accused him of
anti-Christian activities.
Born in Bagdenburg, Germany.
Dr. Wilhelm was ordained at the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
New York and served as a rabbi
in a number of German cities pri-
or to the Nazi regime. He emi-
grated to Palestine in 1935, serv-
ing as editor of :he Shocken Pub-
lishing House in Jerusalem until
1W8. when he settled in Stockholm.
The murder plans of the Nazis
were found in documents uncov-
ered by police in a recent raid in
which seven cf the Nazis were
arrested. Police also seized two
caches of arms.
The documents included tape re-
Continued on Page 3-A
'65 CJA Goes Over the Top
irris B. Abram (right), president of the American Jewish Com-
and US lepresentative to the UN Commission on Hum-
a'i R.ghts, greets Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg.
w'ho has ju=t been elected an honorary vice president of the
human relations agency, taking the post filled for many
by the late Herbert H. Lehrman. Justice Goldberg's
^ection took place at the AJC's 58th annual meeting in New
York City.
The 1983 C mbined Jewish Ap-
peal went over the top Saturday
llighl with an announced figure
Ih n |1 150.232. This is $i.v-
152 more than its goal of $1,435,080
Some 400 c; mmunity leaders
heard the report at the 27th annu-
al meeting o. the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and CJA victory
dinner dance held al the new ym
and WHA, 8500 SW 8th St.. first
..... ''< kind ever held Bi
an affiliated facility of the Federa
. ii,
|i- In In ; Lehrman, chairman ot
bin< Jewish Ippeal
campaign, made the announcement
thai the Jewish community had
successfully swept past its annual
goal for the second successive year
Sidney Lefcourt, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation for thrse terms, was suc-
ceeded by Joseph M. Lipton,
president of Dado Federal Sa-
vings and Loan Association, fol-
lowing elections held at the
meetir.g.
In accepting the presidency,
Lipton said thai "the Federation is
an organization charged with tlie
Continued on Page 15-A


Page 2-A
+Jenist noridiair
Friday, May 28.
Administration Hits Boycott Stand
pointed out that if left unchal-
lenged, the Arab boycott
set a precedent involvii the
L'ntted States in all the
Continued from Page 1-A
solitions" to their blacklisting
jroblems than firms that refuse
o cooperate with the boycott of-
'ice. Asked whether the wording
adopted during the weekend by
?he House International Trade
Subcommittee which would
give the President the disere-
iondry authority to promulgate
anti-boycott regulationswould
oe acceptable to the State De-
aartment, Mr. Ball replied.
Quite frankly, I myself would
not know what the Department
of Commerce (which would have
o act for the President) could
do. Very little, I think."
Secretary of Commerce Connor
. sserted in ls testimony that
- lould the law prohibit American
firms irom responding to boycott
office questionnaires American
would be subjected to
nous prohibitions on the
"i the Arabs He claimed thai
while ii may he assumed thai the
KJ American firms that are now
n the Arab blacklist were inter
i l m the proposed legislation,
s that now choose to tradi
the Arabs to the exclusion of
Israel were not interested in such
: lation Both the Secretary ol
mi and the l ndersecrearj
...
e bo; cott has onlj a marginal
n Israel
i Si nati Bank n
at the beginning ol his
ie witness!
-tent of ii i
tratioi declare itself
>-i d to the \iab boycott bul
same time oppose i eel
c- res against it He re jet I
i ai iment that the bill would
,. \ erii embargo 01 ti
g thai tin bill spe
fici ers to boj
friendlj lo the L'n
Referring to Administration
arguments' that the boycott can
best be handled by the Adminis-
tration on a case to case basis.
Sen. Williams noted that he him-
self and the other 30 Senators
who co-sponsored the proposed
bill believe that "neither the
State nor the Commerce Depart-
ments have effectively dealt
wfth this problem nor efficiently
protected the American busi-
nessman."
The grave warnings of possible
Arab read ion to an anti-boycott
bill were ridiculed by Sen Wil-
liam Proxmlre. Wisconsin Demo
ciat. in his questioning of Admin
istration witnesses "1 find it hard
to believe that a countrj as power-
ful as the United States would be
serioiish affected bj Aral) at-
tempts to put all American firms
on a blacklist. This seems to be
most ridiculous.' Sen Proxmlre
declared
Another member ol tile commit-
tee. Sen Waiter Mondale. Minne
sola Democrat, also told Adminis
tration witnesses that he. .,- a co
sponsor of the bill, v as reatl>
surprised by the Administration
intents n< ting that while the
lull i- sufficient!) flexible, it
would "give the Administration
.in importanl new tool against the
Vrab boycott which the state De
partmenl also deplon -
i** termites
work|jj
yearround
Sen Edmund Muskie, Main.'
Democrat, asked the Slate Depart
ment to submit documentation to
show what help the Depart ment
provides to businessmen who were
affected by the Arab boycott
The lust public witness m sup
port ol the bill Mondaj was Irving
.1 Fam. chairman ol Apex Rubber
an i Tire Company of Rhode is
land, who appeared on bebalt ol
the American Israel Public Allans
Committee His te-timon\ was so
impressive that members ot the
'committee, who received a COPJ
of his statement in advance, look
the unusual step of asking Admin
istration witnesses to reply to Mr
Kain's arguments even before Mr.
Fain testified, and later when
some of his arguments were coun-
tered by Administration witnesses
Mr. Fain was asked bj 'he mem
ben of the committee to reply to
those counterarguments
Mr Plain, who also testified be
fore the House Subcommittee laSl
week, rejected the argument that
the Aral) boycott is nol effective,
noting that Administration statist
ies showing the expansion ol Is
rael's trade do not show the deter
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Canada TV Refuses
To Cancel Interview
i subject which should m \ei
leall with bj the CBS "
Beach Senior High School is the only public school in
i County offering Hebrew as a foreign language. This
ners of the Golden "Ayin" awards for excellence
i w are lleft to right' Richard Tuibin, Barbara Blum and
Swire, graduating seniors.
Lei Eshkol Denounces Syrian Hanging
lew as Brutal Act of 'Barbarism'

imued from Page 1-A
rutted i" Syria a re
[he I lal in
.i- learned thai Israel
an approach to i
lion" '" use its >!
hi Ip recover the \ ictim's
i oreign Ministo *!*>
shock and outrage" over
r ion, asserting thai an
i itizen" as executed
aveatj i>i ;i trial (thoul
i rtunity f i of the most Hemeninr\
justice and in spite ot
. scene atiem aaktng the Syr
abide i>> the emteetary
justice and clemency."
Israel had offered to turn over
'o Syria any or all of its Syrian
prisoners in exchange for com-
mutation ot the death sentence.
That offer tor, was reiected by
the Syrians. They rebuffed clem-
ency appeals from two Europe-
heads ot state, Pope Paul, and
countless other leading world
personalities.
Officials ol ih' Premier's office
started a special fund fi i the tarn
Uy, ;i widow ami three children.
Eta) T.nn. when the fa mil) lives.
decided to name a street m Mr.
Cohen's memor) .i~ did Ualfa and
Lydda
Mr Cohen the lirs- Israeli
executed in Syria He was convict-
I May 8 on l belli I "I eiiteriiiu a
military erea hi diafuaK and pass-
mi; classified information to Is-
rael Kabbi Nassim Afldbu. paiifl.
Umis leader of Syria's Jewish coin
iiuinit>. joined ilie condemned man
in a final prayer, according to the
11 pi It
Mr Cohen came lo Israel with
rothers and sisters after the Sinai
campaign Arab newspapers re
ported he later reached Syria via
Argentina where under the as
Mimed name Of C I'mile Amin
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ish Congress president, protested
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cast this month |n a letter to CBS
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any way. but that he felt that
the network "within reason"
should be free to air programs
on many topics which were "in-
teresting, topical, educational,
informative and so on."
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ing would set a precedent for pos
sible bans on Communism or
apartheid and thai the network
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Volume 38 Number 22
Friday. May 28. 1965
26 Iyar 5725 '
Ben-Gurion's Personal
Stake in Turmoil
Former Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion's attack on Levi Eshkol
should not be taken too seriously.
Mr. Ben-Gurion recently forced Mr.
Eshkol's resiqnation in a test of
strength that found B-G safely short
of plunging the country into political
chaos.
Now he is doinq it again. It is
clear that Mr. Ben-Gurion wants to
return to office. His repeated charqes
hurled against Mr. Eshkol suqqest
that in spirit he never really left it.
Involved are two issues: Elec-
toral reform and the Lavon affair.
We tend to side with those who
believe that Mr. Ben-Gurion's unwill-
ingness to forget the Pinchas Lavon
case is petty and aqainst the best
interests of Israel. In the firs: oiace,
the security mishap with which he
charqes Lavon has never beer, pub-
documented sufficiently for
one to take the case seriously
eleven lonq years after it was ex-
posed.
In the second place, several
Parliamentary investiqations hcve since "clear-
ed" Mr. Lavon; and if Mr. Ben-Gurion is un-
happy about that, he can at least take solace
in Lavon's total neutralization as a political
force today.
Hence, what Mr. Ben-Gunon wants is his
own justification in the eyes of history. We do
not believe that his repeated willinqness to
brinq turmoil to Israel's political scene is jus-
tified in the name of such a personal end.
But none of this bears upon the issue of
elctoral reform, to which the former Prime Min-
ister has been lonq dedicated, and where his
instincts and intelliqence here operate at their
maximum best. One has only to recall France
before the advent of De Gaulle tr recoqnize
that too many political parties do not make for
the best kind of qovemment.
Mr. Ben-Gurion's charqe against Levi Esh-
kol declares that the Prime Minister has agreed
to a Mapai pledqe to drop its former stand on
electoral reform aimed at endinq the multi-
plicity of parties. If this is true, then B-G has
a valid reason for criticism. We merely hope
that some of his less wholesome motives do
not tend to neutralize the more siqnihcant ones.
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Dedication to Spirit
Temple Emanu-El will celebrate its 25th an-
niversary at a banquet Sunday eveninq in the
Diplomat Hotel.
The history of the Temole is tied up in its
leadership. Its presidents, includinq Mayer H.
Frankel, Samuel N. Friedland. Joseph Rose,
Harry Sirkin. Joseph M. Lipton and now Max
Boderman, have also achieved similarly pre-
eminent positions locally and nationally in a
wide variety of endeavor.
And Temple Emanu-El's spiritual leader,
Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, has filled his pulpit in the
k:nd of distinguished manner brinqinq to the
Temple and our community notice both here
and across the nation.
The Temple's unique architecture has made
it a landmark on Miami Beach; while its mani-
fold reliqious, educational and cultural activ-
ities for our younq people and adults are an
example of in-depth Jewish orientation charac-
teristic of other of our finest houses of worship.
On the occasion of a quarter of a century
of service to the community. Temple Emanu-El
car. look back with a sense of achievement to
its official dedication in February. 1948, when
in his address Dr. Lehrman declared: "The cor-
nerstone which we are dedicatinq is not one of
stone but rather of spirit."
For the family members of Temple Emanu-
El, this statement has been virtually fulfilled.
Being Tor' and 'Against'
The Administration this week came out stal-
wartly in sympathy with those American firms
refusinq to knuckle under to Arab threats of
boycott cgainst them if they deal wnh Israel.
At ihe same time, the Administration expressed
its unyieldinq disapproval of the proposed Wil-
liams-Javits Bill.
Undersecretary of State George Ball, be-
fore a Senate Committee hearing Monday, de-
clared that firm* cooperating with the Arab
boycott are in a better position to work out a
solution to the problem than firms refusing to
cooperate.
We think this is double talk. In the first
place, the Administration can not have it both
ways: It can not express sympathy for victims
of the boycott, while at the same time refusing
officially to go on record throuah an instrumen-
tality such as the Williams-Javits Bill in opposi-
tion to the boycott.
More important, Mr. Ball, who presumably
spoke for the Administration, must himself
know that firms willing to cooperate with the
Arabs have already worked out their "solu-
tion" to the problem: They simply are coopera-
ting. This means clear discrimination against
American businessmen who insist upon the
free choice inherent in our free enterprise sys-
tem the right to conduct their affairs on an
egually free basis.

Jewish Publishers Meet
The American Jewish Press Association
met in Atlanta over the weekend to mark Ar
ican Jewish Press Week and celebrcie signifi-
cant anniversaries of several of its members.
But more came out of the orqanization's de-
liberations, which tends to gualify a recently-
circulated national criticism of the English-
language Jewish press, and about which we
may have something to say in these columns
once the dust settles and an intelligent assess-
ment of the situation is posible. (See Page 7-A.)
The publishers also passed a significant
variety of resolutions, among them one calling
on the Adminisration to support the Williams-
Javits Bill.
In all. the convention showed a well-attuned
group of publishers at the helm of our English-
Jewish press, penetratingly aware of the level
of their achievement, what is yet to be done
to improve their newspapers as a more sophis-
ticated reflection of the communities they rep-
resent, and ready to stand up and be counted
on the issues affecting American Jewry's future.
THE NEW diplomatic accord
' between the Federal h>
iliirinrf thp u'f'pk public of West German> and
(11111111: UIC nCCa the State of Israel is hisinric
for many reasons. Principal
amoung these, at least for the
record, is the knitting f a
schism created by the Hitler
era, when there was no Jew.
ish nation in a political sense
Hence, the exchange of in-
voys bridges a hiatus in Jew-
ish history to which the Germans contributed so significantly even
if the bridging must be seen in violently negative terms. Whether
either the Jews or the Germans like it. whether in fact both are re
polled by it. the two countries are entwined in a literally blooil rela-
tionship that has absolutely no parallel elsewhere.
This is a peculiar political reality Whatever their intellectual
contribution to the development of Western civilization. Jews hive
mainly been regarded in a fundamentally paradoxical way On the
one hand, lip-service has always been paid to their spiritual role, on
the other, the victims of anti-Semitism, they have been held U|
symbolic of all that is repugnant, a people eternally damned in the
predominantly Christian viW.
Above all compliments and canards surrounding tbeir ,
perilous existence, despite the admitted levels of opulence ai
ceptance they achieved in a variety of European cultures. :l ,
have had to deal with the myth that they are special: that th. e>
perti.-e lies in areas other than battle, agriculture or common
Nevertheless, without the ability successfully to achieve in any,
if not all of these field.- plus many more, the State of Israel could
never emerge in our time in addition, the emergence tee
fully predicated upon the ashes of the Jewish European pest, wl
the Germans manufactured in their concentration camp cauldron}
and gas chambers.
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AH IND JO IXFIA7I0N Of CO/IT
add to this the fact that the Federal Republic <>f West G<
^ is one df the great powers m the world to lay, while Israel
graphic size and populate n is one of the smallest, and the pai
fears and animosities surrounding the new diplomatic aci
e\er more meaningful. Seen in these terms, the relationsl
deed historic
Certainly, it could not have emerged out "f less than
leadi rship in both nations: for neither has a monopol) on
hatred or the will to punish, S timi
to understand the suddei Oermai sioi I
act ord u ith Israi Sasci uhimful tal
to mm! Cairo is merel) pn ndist muck Howcvei
ridden Bonn is about unification, and any movi in the du
ical n cogi it i"'. ol East G aj i
ei ugh to have ci ow ed but kepi
The sudden decision to recognize Israel d< jure and to
the Nasser nettli sequence of it. can oi bi
when more time has Above all things the answei
be tuund in the German conscience For it was the Adenaui
istration that brought conscience concerning Jews to f<
and it was the Adenauer administration that failed t" res
cord, if anything, the Brhard administration is far furthe
from a mum of guilt; for the Germans as a whole, largel)
the) should not in- forced forever to expiate their sins, and
time has now arrived for expiation to come to an end.
APPl&LINC TO THt lOrVfSr UVH
?JHAT ABOUT THE feelings in Israel'' Dr. Joachim Prinj pres
" ident of the American Jewish Congress, put it succinctl)
Miami last week when he wondered aloud how Israelis
on seeing the West lierman flag flying in the streets of their cities
during state occasions His answer was equally succinct: All nl thi
is beside the point. The new diplomatic accord means much '" 'he
future welfare of Israel, which must not be muddled by grudgi
the past.
Dr I'rinz is. of course, correct. My own gum is that Israelis
will ultimately come to see it this way and to leal about it this way,
too; but they will make a lot of noise beforehand the)
everyone to guage the depth of their outrage and th.- bn adth of
their rejection of the notion that there can ever be an> -
valid relationship between Germany and their very injure solves
Sadly, former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion now seems honi on
trading upon this confusion His attack against Premier I
week is a case in point In calling Mr Kshkol unfit'' to le Israel.
he is appealing to the lowest possible level of political inti
In- country Fortunatel) tor the best interests of Israel
at its worst, is all loo high hence the proliferation of >
ties representing .. broad gamut of opinion and personalities
which insists upon its virtues as a potential duet of state
Mr Ben-Gurion should know better What he seem- i
plying is that It was Mr i i brought about tl
" ",:i1 I act is that i',( himself ii among Iti
architects
CHIAP PAHDIRIHG TO JHf GAllfffr
ly|R. bengurion'S : tion in June, 1963 was
ward!) as a coi ffei
German policies .'us- two months before, Foreign Min i
Meir had announced to the world the presence ol Germai
working on rockets in Egypt Why, Israelis wondered, did B
ipoi achieving .. rapprochment with a nation that had *
dered six-million Jews and whose technicians were alread
sisting Nasser in the job ol liquidating in their country the remnants
of the European Jewish past
Admittedly, Mr Ben-Gurion resigned for other res
He felt he could strive more effectivel) toward electoral refoi
the truth is that \tr Ben-Gurion never really resigned. He I
tended returning to his Premier's office m the new Klrya at
the Hebrew Universit) in Jerusalem On the one band I
dale was the next national election in August <>f this yeai
other, he had alread) forced Levi Bshkol's recent n
1 to bring down the coalition and catapult himself ba
seat of central power In this he failed
His latest attack against Eshkol now firml) fixes Mr B< i
ts on August It is ., ,.hla|. pandering to the gallery
Israeli hatred oi all thii an. to the governmental m '
which could never have come to pas. without his own coi
" i" sad politics It ignores the welfare of his country. Iti '
est possible power pU) and unbecoming him.


Friday. May 28, 1965
* Jen 1st fhridfirir
Page 5-A
In one of his las! official duties as president of the Greater
wish Federation. Sidney Lefcourt (left) presents Nor-
!lot with the 1964 President's Leadership Award, citinq
Pallot as an outstanding young leader of the community
':id of me Federation." Pallot was chosen by Lefcourt and a
nee of Federation past presidents end cited at the
rial General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Fed-
ns and Welfare Funds in St. Louis last November. Pre-
sentation of the local award was made at Saturday even-
c-.'inual meeting in the Greater Miami YM and YMHA.
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Nazis arrested for breaking up
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'i riti r a the questions
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sessions <>f Congress, lie has only a
coupk' dozen loutish troopers but
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hi ins of official worry by the De-
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tan police and the district com-
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he citizen ought to worry, too Ii
tjhe elite :hink the citizenry may
come out the w rong way. then
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less
Mapai Leaders Quit
Continued from Page 1-A
Eshkol's "i fficient work" in those
areas.
"But it becamt clear to my re-
gret that he lacks the essential
qualities for the post i f Premier.
Therefore," he added. "1 shall not
be placed at the head or end of a
list which in my belief d es not fit
the needs of the state of Israel."
The limited alignment agree-
ment was signed at a ceremony
which Ben-Gurion boycotted.
Mapai and Achdut Avodah lead-
ers expressed the hope that foes
would eventually support the
pact. Premier Eshkol said that
the agreement marked 'a great
hour" for both the two parties
and the nation, a turning point
toward eliminating divisions in
the nation.
Earlier in the week Ben-Gu:
said he would not vote for ;
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Friday, May 28
Beth Torah Will Confirm 35 Students
Thirty-five studenl members i Book Samuel Cantor,
the largest confirmation class In chane> Helene Fi >*!
the histor) ol Beth Torah Cona;re
gation \vi11 participate in confirma
tion exert ise to be held on Sun
day evening, .it 7 30 p m in the
sanctuarj
Rabbi Max A I ipschitz will
conduct the exercises and tht stu
dents will present "1 his
i- my God." as the highlight ol
i In- exercise.
l-'r-*rlanrl. Mark 1st nbt
Mint/. Roaemarj .
\run-ld. Susan Rene i .
EHiot tSern, Judj
Adrienne Hennen
Morris B. Abrams (riqht), president of the American Jewish
Committee, greets Alvin Cassel, vice president of the Florida
Region, and Mrs. Leonard Silverman, head of the Miami dele-
gation, at the American Jewish Committee's 58th annual
.meeting in New York last week at the American Hotel.
See story, Page 1-A).
Flagler-Granada Closing Exercises
Closing exercises <>l the Hebrew
id Sunday Schools ol Flagler-Gra-
ada Jewish Center took place last
n taj
Trophies. Honor Roll and awards
t< outstanding students were pre-
- -ni<-.I The following are members
the Junior i ition
Ricky Strut, rabbi: Ira Cordon.
St Demaky, Torao read
:;.>.\ Golde ibbai; David
laCaoe, >el Leionek.
rman of the Ritual Committee;
Rt en st i retarj. Dickie I i
Si Vgronow, D i Booth
Kenneth Segal, trust
Lazarus, Mitchell
k Ba bara Mahler, Sandor
.' Gi rj str.il. Carolyne L<
1 iarj Fa I i Stephen K ip
.' ii .'.! \.. Her Kenneth len. Frank Kronberu. Dana Gold,
Sharon Golen, Marcie Kronberg,
Paulette Kessler, Edward Manor
ey. Jack Segal, Madelyn Golden-
berg
Their gift to the synagogue
will be a four volume set of books
to the Sam Schorr Library en-
titled "The World of the Bible."
Richard Sneider, president ol
the Synagogue, will accept the
gift on behalf ol the congregation.
Instructors Of the classes are Mrs.
Irving Sei.lel and Rabbi LinschMr,
with Miss Carole MacKenzie di-
recting the Cantata
George Katzman, chairman of
the School Board, and Abraham
.1. Gittelson. education director.
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Confirmands are Valerie Amu-.
Sharon Borenstein Barry Braun,
Laurence I'hasin. Wendy Kpler.
Robert Keinstein. Ronnie Fried.
Mark (imtis. Steven GoWatein,
Barry Greenberg, Patricia Karp.
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Jeni>sti fhridirir
Page 7-A
Publishers Pass Pivotal Resolutions
ATI \\T\ (JTA) Obsen
nee ot National Jewish lv>s
WVi-k and erlt'l-.ation of the 40th
Miniventr) ol two southern Jew
j-l> publications, the Hebrew
Watchman ot Memphis .mil the
Southern Israelite of Atlanta,
marked the annual convention
here this week of the American
Jewish Press Association, the or
lanitttion t English Jewish
newspapers
Honors were paid at the annual
convention dinner to Loo Gold-
berger, head of the Hebrew Watch
man. and Adolph Rosenberg, puh
liaber ol the Southern Israelite
The convention wai greeted l>>
toting Mayor Sam Ma see 1 Jr ;
Max Cuba, on b< half ol the At
ianta Jewish I'omrmmin Council;
and Slumon Yallon. Israel's Con-
sul Osnartl in Atlanta
A resolution strongly urging
the United States Senate to
adopt the pending Williams-Ja-
vits measure which would pre-
vent boycott activities by Arab
states against Americans doing
business with Israel was adopted
here at the concluding session of
the annual convention oi the
American Jewish Press Associa-
tion. At the same session, term-
inating the association's four-
day parley, the AJPA reelected
Morris Janoff, editor-publisher
of the Jewish Standard, Jersey
City, N.J., as president.
Another resolution adopted un-
animously expressed the associa-
tion's appreciation to the U. S.
Senate for its action in protest
against the mistreatment of Soviet
Jewry by the Soviet Government.
The AJPA also decided to launch
a project for standardizing the
transliteration of Hebrew terms
used frequently in the English-
language Jewish press
Among the highlights of the con
vention was an address by Philip
Slomovitz, editor publish) r oi the
lewish News ol Detroit, who took
exception to a survey published b>
U'nai B nth. characteriziiu. t h e
Jewish pro. as "dull" an I as djs
proportionately" devoted to social
news Mr Slomovitz, chairman ol
the annual Jewish Press Week.
repudiated the charges as "unwar-
ranted, unimaginative certainly
.'lot factual.''
He noted that the English-Jewish
press, which publishes social news
just as all newspapers do,
iffers tin- world Jewish news com
oiled lor us bj the Jewish i
graphi< Vgency, as the major
news-gathering agency in world
Jewry."
"It is wrong," he said, "to deni
grate a great instrument m Jewish
lili cspeciallv when it is the only
means oi making American Jewrj
an informed constituency
In addition to reflecting
Janoff as president, the associa-
tion elected Leo Frisch, of the
American Jewish World of Min-
neapolis-St. Paul, as honorar>
vice president, citing him a>
"one of the chief pioneers o;
American Jewish journalism."
Other officers chosen wei
Rosenberg as first \ ice pre
Albeit Golomb, Pittsburgh Jew i> i
( hronicle, and Mrs Lee Neusnc
Connecticut Jewish Ledger, liar
ford, vice presidents. Eli K J.
cobs Buffalo Jew ish R< ie<
treasurer. Jimmy Wisch, I \.
Jewish Post, secretary"
Elected to the executive boat
were Martin Konk. Jewish li.
ord. Atlantic City; Conrad lae
berg, Jewish Civil Leader. Wo
tester, and Milton l'msky Oh
Jewish Chronicle, Columbus
Youth Forum Conference on Soviet Jews
To Coordinate Campaign in So Florida
Representatives oi Greater Mi
ami Jewish Youth OrganixalioQs,
I a meeting in the offices
ii American Jewish Congros* last
k have formed a F >uth Flort
da 'i uth ) 'onfen nt i on Sen
' ry
Parl ii .pat n in the initial mi i I
Bet ger assistant di
Bureau ol a ish Ed
Jerry Carvei in r r i ihe
Youth Oi n
'.. s s, ilU m ,. jdent, B'nai
h "i tuth iii Rabbi
tz. spirit
Di on Mi
Perk) Y\: mi tt'H \
-.i Rabbi Sanl d 5) tzer ai ea
.| Amerii an lie
i ongi e Mils, joe Wyi! Er
< Balber, Miki Rose Greater Mi
ami Kederatien "t Temple Yaulb
- Schwartzman, executive di-
pi lor Bui i au ol Jewish Educa
and seph l Yanieh, re
al director, Ameru an Jew iah
Youth Confi i ence vill >
with. e So th l'l irida Confereno
a r>. whose chau
- Ral l>: L> Ki nish
Pun se ol Youth ('onfen
w ill !> to I Jew
.sh and not lew the
. and
Burton S. Kahn, president of
Sunshine Pontiac, aco
the encased Geotqe Wash-
mqton Honoi Mei'ti! of the
Freedoms Foundation of Veil
ley Foige at a luncheon i
inq of the Dade County Bar
Association. Sunshine Pon-
tiac was sinqled out for the
award for its sponsoiship of
"D-Day June 6," a radio pro-
gram presented on VVIOD.
"D-Day" was one of six pa-
triotic programs sponsored
last year by Sunshine Pon-
tiac without commercials as
a public
tc coordinate action programs,
such a- letter writing campaigns.
I i blic rallies and demonstrations
vi h national organizations so that
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rted on Ihe So> iel
Gov mini nl." act ording to \> ting
hairman Mike Hose, who an
I t h a t a meeting ol the
Sti. rini Committei I Ihi Youth
i ill iak. plai e May
V mi i n
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eel 11 be hi Id
I tr.ii su..\ evening, J u n v 10, at
'i empj I i which lime "i
\t.uti\c board mem-
ence will
pi esi nl
Marco*, itz is acting i
to the voutli Conference.
service
Closing Banquet
For Students
Closing hanquet ol the student
congregation ol Beth Torah Reii
gious School was to be on Thins
5 10 p.m in the Youth
:n Ol the s, ii
The banqui I was to honor sonic
Ii i students wbo have attended
e r v i ce s n gulai Ij d ir i n .
the past year Rabbi Max A I
chit/ '.\iis to address Ihe studi
and George Katzman, chain
Ol the SI i ".II il 'as to
tribute the awards
l)ffi< is for Ihi lion for

Dat id Bei man, rabbis; Larr)
.. bet, can
Vllen Hern
stein and Ro i I I lodman. nab
A d) Halm Bui
rows, co-chairmen <>i ih n igious
Davi
Tennenbaum, Man Karp, Kcnnj
Goklber and Mark M< Kinnej
Shamashim
At coi rej ation sen ices on M ij
16, paii nts of the students
honored guests when a new Ark
edicated as a gift front
11 r and Mrs Milton S
, bj Mi Iel in honor
of i hen ii Mai tin Bai M tl

Banned Group
In Hate Rallies
Continued from Page 1-A
ii embei s ol nenl
i i in-1<> Linares i nd Isi ^
ho partii ipated in .>
ny commemoratin Ihe gen
0) id) in w Inch hundi ds til m abs
lo-t their lives
Another pc.ikei was the Re\
Mage Klus A n .I r a o j, an anti
s.-mitic priest. Attacking Zionism
he stated: "After having crucified
Jesus, tht' UraHi people have no
mission in Pale slim- They must
ahandon that land "
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+Jewls*n*rk#aiii
Friday. May 28 1965
Emanu El Presidents Top Leaders
on Miami Beach. Thev -ivet\l0
grown children, a son Konald
and a daughter. Ham- \|rt'
Marshall) Harris
FOR RELATED STORIES,
PAGE 1-3C
Temple Kmanu-El will hold its
Silver Anniversary Ball, marking
23 years of growth and develop-
ment, at a banquet Sunday even-
ing at the Diplomat Hotel.
Max Bo.lt r man was e!i.
president of the Temple at a
meeting and dance at the Foi:-
:ainebleau Hotel On Apr. 3. He
succeeds Joseph M. Lipton.
The history Of the Temple is.
in large measure, marked by the
Greater Miami community lead-
ers who have served it in the
capacity of president. These in-
clude:
*
Joseph M. Lipton
Joseph M. Lipton. immediate
EDUCATION
FOR ADULTS
As par; of its activities,
Temple Emanu-El carries on
an adult education program,
which includes a Bo ik Re-
view Series. Torah Luncheon
Club and Home Study Cir-
cles.
In addition, there are a
Women's Institute of Jewish
Studies, a Sunday morning
Breakfast Forum, and Tal
mud Study.
Women's Institute this
year, Mrs. Ben-Zion Gins-
burg, chairman, included be-
ginner's Hebrew, congrega-
tional singing, conversational
Hebrew, brunch with the
Rabbi, and a survey of Jew-
ish history.
Book R e v i e w Series.
Mrs. Philip Thau, of Sister-
hood, and Mr- Howard
Grumer. of t h e PTA. co-
chairmen, featured Dr I
man in reviews of "Herzog,"
by Saul Bellow; and "So
What E 1 s v is New?" by
Harry Golden.
Tirch Luncheon Club,
chair-
met for its fifth 1
secutive year on al emat<
no 11- \\ ith Dr.
Lehrman leading the class
in an intensive course in..
texl nmentar
ies
Home Stud) 1 in Ii
; groups of 11
:
come
nc pi ui jud
.1. ,'. :-':i I..- ory.
Talmud stud) met Mon-
afternoons during t h e
ii at the 17th Street
ling under the directi
of Isaiah M. Adler, and ol
ed Talmui
u rpolation.
Also included in the adull
ram w ere Sabbath
and utilization of li-
braries and the Jewish The-
ii .'l Seminary Museum.
WE'RE 4
RE-ELECTING
MAL ENGLANDER
GALE HOVEY
JESSIE WEISS
BESS GIASSER
MONYA POLL
LEVER 4-A
JOSEPH M. UPTON
1961-65
MAX BODtRMAH
new president
JOStPH M. ROSE
1947-49
SAMUtL milDlAND MAVtK tUANXti
1943-47; 1951-61 1940-43
HARM HRKIN
194951
past president of Temple Emanu
Kl congregation, has been an out-
standing business, civic and fra-
ternal leader in the community
since his arrival here in 1925. A
founder of the Temple, he served
as treasurer and vice president
prior to his election as president
in 1961.
Lipton is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, where
he received a Ba.helor of Science
degree in economics. First en-
gaged in local real estate, he
then entered the insurance busi-
ness, founding the J. M. Lipton
Insurance Agency He later help-
ed to organize and now serves as
presi lent of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Ass ciation.
In 1961. he served as chairman
of the Greater Miami Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign and was
later appointed to the national
United Jewish Appeal Commit-
tee tor Co mm unit) Service. He
nov. serve? as the newly-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
He is a member of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association. Mahl
Temple. American Legion. Ki-
wania and is a director of the
University of Pennsylvania Alum-
ni Club. He also serves ;is trus
tee and treasurer ot Mount Sinai
Hi apitai and is a m< '-* of the
University of M 1 a m 1 Citizens
Committee.
His many outstanding civic eon
tributiona have w m him emu
munity service awards from nu-
merous organizations including
the Red Cross. Mount Sinai Hos
pital, B'nal B"rith, the Jewish
Theological Seminary <>f America
and the University of Miami.
Mr. Lipton lives with his wife
Samuel Friedlan:
Samuel Friedland is
der and chairman of tl
1 Ki 3d Pair Stores, [1
largest relail f> a l chau
natli n, with some 500
kits In its 10-state net
tween Rho Island and
.Annual tales 11 ... hed
dollars for the iir-t tin
Etorn in Russia in --
Land I am tO America
with his family which
Nev York
in 1920, Friedland n
Pennsylvania, and op
small meat ~t re in 11
which st bsequentlj -
group of 21 com bin a Li
and gn cry units m ti
burg area. In 193.1. he
Harris!.urg's fir-t supei
b renovated garage
Friedland served a
of Food Fair Stores, in.
founding until 1940.
time he became chairn
board.
He is al> presjden-
' fniir,.
in the
in 1963.
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lviery 28. 1965
Emanu El Presidents

Continued from Preceding Pg
. rties, inc., founded in
organ ee, develop end op-
.,._, scale shopping cen
I r Fair interests are
tered in Philadelphia
,i".. iooal headquarters
ai I Jacksonville, Fla.
! rii dlan Pa other busi
irresl are m< e than 55
lelds Department Stores
1 w Markets, Inc.. a 40-
: -.ipermarkcts in Cal
both wholly owned sub
es ol Food Fair.
i busine* interests ala >
the Diplomat Hotel and
ub in Hollywood, Fla..
, President!*] Golf and
, Club m llallandale. Fla.
taken active part in ini-
, pr.-c.ram of private in-
..,..- for the development of
. mi Israel and is among
i inders < f the Israel-Amer-
I Coi jioration.
idenl of Hollywood, Fried
lus l"nc been active in
philanthropic and reUgioui
is the founder and president
. -: Fair Stores Foundation.
has (hs-pense dollars in sholarships
. tO-education grants since
Iwrships anil offices held
bx iYiedhinil include firmer
.!i of the Creater Miami
:;< for Israel Honds.
il Directors <>f the Jewish
.i al Seminary of Amur-
.,.; president and founding
r of Temple F.manu-F.l in
Beach, past president of
Ireater Miiini Jewish HV.I-
Board i: l>irc< tors f
:.t"l Fund of Dade County,
I Directors and tormei
,,:i 1980) <>f the Combined
\ppc.il. vice president,
: miSteCS, and one Of the
i : Mt Sinai li spital,
n | i ontinuii g st, msor
Educational Research
it on i I Florida, acth <
and t"i mer officer ill
'i rence id fews, Florida O
Miami Dade Chan ber ol
B< ard of Directors,
Ask The Man
from Equitable
about
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SIDNEY S. KRAEMER
PLAZA BLDG.
The Equitable life Awica
Society of the United States
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Mayer H. Frankel
Mayer II Frankel was one of
Temple Fmanu-Kl's original
rounders and served as the con-
gregation's first president from
1940 t 1943. A former Miami
Beai !i boti i owner, he now- mak \
his hi me in Los Angeles. Calif.
Max Boderman
Max Bodeiman, newly-elected
presi lent, has n prominent i-i
the Miami Beai h com muni 15 for
Paqe 9-A
GALA CONCERT AND INSTALLATION
LO!S SEGAL BRANCH
(MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY SINGERS)
FARBAND L Z. O.
Sunday. May 30th, at 8 p.m.
at the Hebrew Academy
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
-ESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AN EVENING OF
CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT IS PROMISED
Guest Speaker: JACOB KATZMAN
National Secretary of the Farband
Also BEN YOMEN with his Chorus
Contribution SI 25
the past 30 years and has served
Temple Emanu-El for much of
this time as treasurer and vie
president. His father, the late
Jos i'.h Boderman. was one of the
i inders of the congregation, and
fie entire Boderman t-imily has
been active in Temple affairs
Mrs. Boderman is a p;i-; wee
presidi :v of the Sisterhood ami
has lerved in many key positions
through the years.
Not onto active m .1 (wish af-
fairs, Boderman is also one of the
tcp civic leaders of the com-
munity. He played a prominent
role in spearheading the con-
struction of the Lincoln Road
Mai! and is presently executive
vice president of the Lin.oln
Road Property Owners Associ-
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Mr. and Mrs Boderman dam
at th-- Cry tal House with then
tW( daughter! Florence and Bar-
bara
Receiving quests at the
Temple Emanu-El Silver An-
niversary Ball on Sunday at
the Diplomat Hotel will be
Miss Florence Boderman and
her mother. Mrs. Max Boder-
man (pictured above), at a
coffee at the home of Mrs.
Alex K o q a n Invited to the
coffee were hostesses at the
Temple's anniversary cele-
bration at which Mrs. Boder-
man's husband will be in-
stalled as the conqreqation's
new president.
Industrial National Bank ot Mi-
ami.
Among the numerous awards
bestowed upon FriedJand in rec-
ognition of his humanitarian
works have been Brotherhood
\uard of the National Confer
ence i^f Christians and Jews,
0; Florida Qo\ rnor s Recog
nition Trophy, 1981; and Syna-
ui Council of America. 196J.
Joseph M. Rose
' ii ph m Rose is a well known
. r on Miami Beach,
h.i\ ii to this area in 1929
\ i,: pic Bmanu El [' ui
he -< rved as pn the con-
. on from 1947 I i 1949 He
. an the B ard i I Trus
tees ol tit S Hospital and
is ,, pas! i irei tor ol the li'i' i<
, Greatei Miami
Jewish Fedi the He-
bn \i ai emy
Harry Sirkin
Harrj Sirkin, one "f the com
ttity's lit ':' tates
men. helped found T e m p 1 e
Emanu-El and served from
to 1951 as president of the con-
gr< gation
He has been a resident of Mi
Beach for 32 yeai -. during
which he has bi i ive in nu-
, erous lev- nizations In
.,,! lition to bis Temple work, he
i ii;-, ntlj serves a director oi
v.. ml Sinai H ispital the Home
ed B nds for [si
YMI1A
Sow -n retired Sirkin lives
with his wife, Esthei at 441 E
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Thank
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Frank
We, the women of Miami Beach, wish to publicly
acknowledge the achievements of VICE MAYOR
BERNIE FRANK over the years in successfully
leading the efforts for
A NEW MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL of
which all of us are proud and which became a reality
instead of a dream through the hard fought efforts
of Judge Frank
MORE PLAYGROUNDS throughout our city,
including two new municipal swimming pools at
Flamingo Park and Normandy Isle Park
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE PTA'S of
Miami Reach and the Dade County School Board in
helping to achieve the best possible education tor
our children
"1 am proud to represent
the many women who
have endorsed w holeheart-
edl) the cai dacy of
JUDGE BERNIE FRANK
for reelection to City Coun-
cil on June L."
Mrs. Milton (Dena) Feller
Mrs. Max Orovitz
Mrs. Alan Rothstein
Mrs. Harry Shopiro
Mrs. Allan Herron
Mrs. Joseph Pardo
Mrs. Ray Yunes
Mrs. George Kastenbatim
Mrs. Nelan Sweet
I Mrs. Jim Ruby Mrs. Jack Harris
Mrs. Jules Aberman Mrs. Carol Miller
Mrs. Sam Halperin Mrs. Bea King
Mrs. Alvin Savage Mrs. Fred Beckman
Mrs. Dick Schwartz Mrs. Irene Bernabei
Mrs. Selma Rabins Mrs. Harold Hornreich
Mrs. Roland Granat Mrs. Harriet Leventhai
Mrs. Virginia Barg Mrs.MitchelSklan
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Mike
By EDYTHE SCHINPLER
on U.S. Maccabiah Squad
"nature
-eferring
The Sport .
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Mike He Ik in.
i h e nineteen
year-old champi-
on tennis player
who lives on Mi-
ami B e .1 C h, a
They arc. of course
to the special ccmbin
ation of ingredients, Uie harmony
f muscle and nerves that is
translated into what appears as
effortless Brace on the tennis
court But Mike, who has just
ex-en chosen to the 1965 United
states Maccabiah Tennis Team.
is "natiual'" in another equally
delightful way.
Tennis is not a friendly
4iime." he said "That's phony,
Kaeh guy is out to win. and du-
111;.' a match your opponent is
.our enemy. If you're not the
erything you've got. you wouldn't
be m the big time competitions."
His Championships
Tennis is business to this Uni-
versity of Mi: mi sophomore Mike
.,.- tile National Boys ( h.tmpi in
' thi Sa ional .1 u n i o r
npion in 1961. and from I960-
.-. a.;- ., member ol the United
Junior Davis Cup Team
N i he is ranked 17th nationally.
When Mike and his parents
, : ::..\ rill Mil
:; !o Miami Beach seven
n ptayinf
slj at North Shore Park.
f a the i mi- 'in'
.: .id Hi-
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;l pushed nu\ but I d
i ess I al-
ly has
.. i;/, concent te anil
hard it he wants to h
through and become > winner
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Mike often finds himself at dubs
that define Ihemaeivea as "re-
slncted" lie remarked that he
isn't disturbed or offended by a
poliC) that overlooks his Jewish-
ness for the special occasion ol a
tennis match.
A few years back, when I was
playing against younger l>>>.
he said. "1 sometimes heard
cracks against Jew>; but now. in
the adult league, at least I don't
hear them.''
are few Jewish tennis
a fact which probably
There
players,
has its riMHs in the traditions of
tennis as a "country club"' ac-
tivity
OH to Israel
TENNIS CHAMPION MIKE BELKIN
Sulky Loser
ports w riters saj that
Mike knowledge ot the game,
court game and his
i
back hand are great.
But Mike says "Now lhat I'm
in the men's league, 1 have to
work harder t" perfeel each shot
My net game and serve are not
a~ 'uoiid as the) should be
Mike, as has been pointed out.
tural. "sure i sulk." he
- When I Hub aii easj shut.
Sure I like lo throw
when 1 leel tens,
Feeling Comfortable
ing aside. Mike
Belk in [i changed him a- ., person Tennis
iken iuiii
in Mexico, Puerto Rk
and he h s en how other people
live When he i;la>e re 18 thousand people
he wasn't even
ner\ i
"Bui ^' herever 1 go." he sail I
In August. Mike Belkin will be
winging to Israel and the Seventh
World Maccabiah Games at Tel
Aviv. Known as the Jewish olyin
pics and named tor the table I
Maccabees h o defended the
.lews from the Graeco-Syrians,
the Maccabiah Games will at
trad Jewish athletes [rom 36 na
Uoi -
Mike Belkin expei ts in win the
tennis ^old medal. Around Mi
..mi Beach, they'll be hearing
f r m the Jewish father ibot I
\1> son, Mike Belkin, the ten
nis-pla> er "
Lebediker Branch
Installs Officers
In Ceremonies
New officers ol 'he Lebediker
Branch, Farband, IraUllad at a
recent meeting, a r e ph P.
Zuckerman, president; i.: Malm,
Vice president. Solomon illle-s.
Jacob Fraydman, Mrs orothy
Schwartz, Airs Rachel I atness,
secretaries Monis Tamr- trea-
urer.
Dr Norman Berg, Bo... of Di-
rectors chairman; Abrai War
-hau. historian; Mr- Ar.'-i War
shau. Israel Bond Chain: ,n. Os-
car Shapiro, Undertaking Com-
mittee; Simon Tetenbau: mem-
bership; Leon April and Mrs. Es-
ther l.iberman. ho-pitalit
Members of the h >arl ..- Mau-
rice 1'iiei. .loseph Kleinman. Jo-
seph Litwin, Leon l*>hlu Morns
irenstein, Ben Talmadge rerome
Vesner Leon Orenatem, M<---
dames Miriam Ualgerin Minm.l
Zimmerman, Sarah Jacksa Frid i
s.i.k
Installin- officer, Pro. Andre
r. nkj jave .. talk or. Larael's
years ol Achievement Abi ..
ham Warshau and .lac i 'ayd-
man offered a reading i et s
., n d Cantor seph >rowitz
, |i ed the meeting w i I Hatik-
Mr and Mrs. S
oil a'.ion in ..nor o(
their anniversa
vote politics out!
voteSEIDERMANin!
Variety Hospital Cites Publisher
K s chet. publisher of
1 ish Floridian has been
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coverage of t
esi arch and ca
particularly, for The Jewish
Floridian s support of the develop-
ment campai ;n to construct the
million addition at
the hi -; 'a
Shocfa< t is .. member of v
Club. Ten: No 33, the
i supports
the hospital He has been a tivi
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rnal and welfan organjza
tions and clul s
I feel more at hi me when l staj
with Jewish people. I'm not re-
ligious, but I was Bar Mitzvah,
and .lews make me leel comfor-
table."
Playing in tennis competitions.
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LET'S GET RID OF A COUNCILMAN WHC WOULD
BEACH FOR HIS OWN PURPOSES AND THE INTERESTS
CLIENTS, NOT FOR THE PUBLIC!
LET'S ELECT PAUL SEIDERMAN, FATHER OF THE CONSTRUCTIVE
CITY EMPLOYEE PLAN TO BRING CITY EMPLOYEES BACK TO LIVE AND
SPEND SALARIES OF UP TO $6 MILLION A YEAR WITH MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS AND APARTMENT OPERATORS.
LET'S GIVE MIAMI BEACH BACK TO THE PEOPLE!
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SUBJECT: THE SHORT TERM TRUST (CLIFFORD)
V discuss 01 ot the nature of the various is ol short term
' ford or ten yeai trusts incoi i fl and estate tax i
lion lo support lins; drafting the
'r -' instrument
MODERATOR: PHIIIP E. HECKERUNG
Vice President ani* (stale Planning Officer
Mercantile National Bank ot Mi <, Heath
PANELISTS: MICHAEL BOCNE, Attorney
GEORGE DeCARON Attorney
Culxerhouse, Taylor und D.'Carion,
BENJAMIN S. SCWARTZ Attorney
SPONSORS: MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK 0* MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH BAR ASSOCIATION
THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 3:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.
COMMUNITY ROOM
Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Beach, Florida
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida
(Pleate Us D revel Avenue Entrance)
NO ADMISSION CHARGE!
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"'no I Levy
Joseph Hoffman
Sue Berkowiti
Simon E Rubin
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Ellison R Kosoff
Stanley H Arkin
Ma* Bodorman
Donald A Kaplan
Norman L. Maxht
Kurt Wallach
Robert Shnayerson
David B Mooman
Adrian Thai
L Jules Ark n
Robert I Turchin
Bernard A Kurnblum
C L Clerru nts Jr
Ha.old J Segal
David G Berry
John Owen
H..rold M Cerrish
Robert Blum
Ann Karen
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Ida Birnbaum
Jan<- Silve-5
Pojla Ronfeld
Trudy Turk
Mr and Mrs Victor Hub"r
Miriam Huberman
lilyan Freedman
Lilian let*<'<
Frances Morns
Elsie Gori i \*-> n
Virginia Gerd
Rita Hankoff
Marilyn Oo'dwassrr
N.in Cohen
M-s J Fit'dman
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' lodged this coupled iih .. requesl I al the When th I as over R
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against Ra 1 filed tr R il bi Hers
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pportunitj ever
In his letter, Rabbi Lymon
notfl tb*t a tel-nram had ben
sent to the stat'on, protistinq
the scheduling of the lengthy
Rockwell exposure, telling the
station it was "irresponsibly
presenting th man whose uni-
form and philosophy are a de-
secration to the American dead
of World War II "
Rabbi I. v 111 o 1 th;it
K\\ BS pro\ ided for \'.*- Ameri
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tl rtunit} to endanger the
public safe!) with his ii
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RE-ELECT MAYOR
MELVIN RICHARD...
Based upon Mayor Melvin Richard's outstanding
record of achievement ii. Miami Beach during
the past many years and because of his unselfish
devotion, his unquestioned integrity and his
firm and fearless dedication to all that is right
and good for our citizenry and community, we
proudly speak out in behalf of his candidacy.
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Milton Feller
Mrs. Bob Schwartz
Mr. & Mrs. JonasBrol
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i an B. Ruskin
S J. Halpenn
Bernard A. Wicder
Ted Cohen
Mai Marshall
Mrs. John Owen
Mr 4 Mrs. Ben Levin
A1 Nason
Charles F. Henry
Max D. Goldhasen
Mrs. Goldhar.cn
Jennie Goldman
Rose Loiter
Jack Leiter
Joe Buchlenalen
Ida 4 David Cashvan
Alfred Latifroooen
Ro'e Laufrouben
ivy Thayer
Clarence Gunn
George W.Hirsch
Admiral Harry Erlanger
Henry Abraham
Henry Steig
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Newman
Bremer
.1 rVallach
Frank
HelenS. Bialolenki
1 eonard Roy
June C. Roy
Dr 4 Mrs. Jack J. Rozei
Sara Jane Rosin
favis Jacobson
Sam Berlin
Reuben M. Levin
Tr.xie Levin
Paul Blumberg
I hoenfeld
Fneda Schoenteld
Cathie Wolff
Irving M. Wolff
S. W. Pantages
RuthG. Russ
Rtith Raskin
mche Plafson
1 Schwartz
Harry Raskin
I William Plafson
GeorRiana Jacobsen
Moe Hyman
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Erm tine Klein ..
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' I. Mrs Ralph r. Hall op
Mr 4 Mrs. Mike W. rak
Dr. Bernard Ehrenpn
Dan Futch Mrs. Seymour L. Aiterman
Mrs Fthel lacobs Ch irles Mouyos
ris Kt.slirran Albert M.Levett
'. Mrs. Sv Silverman Mr. 4 Mrs. William L. Kann
Muriel L. Warren rry Taylor
JudvPlatt Ben Richard
Bea Hirsch Fdviard L. Cowen
Sylwa Da. s Sam Goldstein
Abram 1 Harry B. Smith
Marjone Travers Evelyn 4 Phil Spitalney
IdaOber Ritter Levinson
Gertrude Hirsch Al Sherman
Lucie Blum Dr. 4 Mrs. Lawrence
Fthel Weiss R. Medoff
Rae Ark in Jack Silverman
Helen Soinmei Mrs. Bea King
EdirhGold Henry Abrahams
Frances Shores Moe Hyman
Thelma H. Blumberg Mr 4 Mrs. Louis Schwarzkopf
Mrs Alice 1 "f D. Patterson
Mrs D. B. Sokoi Louis Merwitzer
Delia Brooks Herman Barnett
Roslyn Medoff
Mr. 4 Mrs Mt.-ray Gilde' Endorsements bv
Jayne B' Local 255. Hotel Emplovees
Audrey Selker Union. Miami Beach
Rita l.evme Apartment House Assn. 4
-1 Stemer South Shore Citizens
Muriel Hirsch Pick Cii |r\ rtetracK .ed.
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1965
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Implications of Intermarriage Today
finally, there
Bv DR. JOSEPH R NAROT
Ten pie Israel of Greater Miami
Whit is your view on the grow-
in? number of intermarriages
in the American Jewish Com-
munity today?
I have iK'en asked t I pre
pan a statement 0:1 whai solu-
tion 1 propose for Lnt< 1 marriage
I am assuming that the reader
will know that this is a problt m
tor which there is no simple
suit ".ion.
Tiie problem is as old a-.
(ye-w sh history itself. In our ,wn
, ,riiu iint"~ '............ sociol-
ogists and. especially, parents
have been
st r u g -
. glin.; with it.
All I can do
'is echo the
same concern.
Mat what I
definitely be-
. lieve not to
l>e t he solu.
t i 0 n s, and
then conclude
on m affirm-
ative note.
WE JEWS
a r i' proper-
ly concerned
about the M. NAROT
1 mti ;
n I r y as it affects Jewish
11 an l Jewish Identil I 1
11 we beliese, a- 1 do, thai
iism still has a vital mes-
for the wcfld, and thai
Judaism cannot survive with-
out Ji ws, then we must do what
, 1 an to fostt r the survival of
Jewry
I do r.ot shari-. however, two
premises which are advanced
by Some Jews. 1 do no; believe
that it :- prejudice and discrim-
ination that keep Jews Jewish.
Nor do 1 ac.c;-t the idea tnat
OUT most serious problem is the
freed, m we enjoy ito-fee <*r not
to be Jewish. No; counting the
millions of OUr people whom
Nazi Europe destroyed, would
that we had in OUT ranks today
the hundreds of thousands of
.lews who fled to conversion to
the Church in order to escape
Hitler'.', clutches; and would
that we did not have in our
midst so many of our people
who sa\ they are wearj of all
the centuries ot oppression and
bi ;otry ;in(1 "n" would, there
1 re, run trim thnr Jewishness!
AS FOR freedom, let us re-
member the chapters of Jewish
history which tell of Ju laism's
glories In tree land-. Babylon.
Spain (before the inquisition),
and our own Amei i< 1 are but
three illustratioi I the crea-
te it) ur have
enjoyed m climate- oi accept-
n., and fn 1 im \ in spite
01 the si rious rate of intermar-
riage m oar midst, we also have
remarkable Jewish productivitj
ami loyalty,
NOR DO I aeeept the sugges-
tion that self-reghettoization is
the BBSWer The .lew who has
been perhaps the staunches! ad-
vocate oi cultural and religious
pluralism must not now become
its first deserter and betrayer
Trmrtri i<- 'iiit*rmnrri.-.tfe" in 'H"
too A:-. '
,ften run in grim 1
nsl
well as phj ?ieal wa I
would try to contain "
More ver, we must keei
mind that it ,s not the 11 I
marriage but the mixed
riage thai Judaism has de-
plored, where non Jew- have
come into our fold sincerel) and
devoutly, they have not only
been welcomed in Judaism, but
thev have added vitality to our
ranks. What we lament is the
marriage in which both the par
ente and the children are lost
to HM "in faith.
plicated and urn
equatii n in tin 1
ship between 1
. a relatioj
- me children f
n ri
faith of tin ,1
across all faith*
of life, and all lk
ish li>' .ilt\ and lack 1

The answer, if there
answer, lies in our ren
(. ncerned, In our avoi
:..-, in our fostering ii
hi mes, synagogues, .1 n I
munities a h a p p y and -'
Jewish attachment, and ii
doing all we can to keep our
children as rooted in J<
teachings and idealism a> pos
SlbTe.
nedi
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ervices
6305 Collins Ave
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THE PRESIDENT'S HOME
Were you v e r at the Presi
dent's Home'' Even ;t you were not
there yourself, definite rj > u know
sbcut the President's Home and
you have heard about it
The President of the Sate. Mr.
Zalman Shazar, and his wife re-
ceive a: the President's Home sci-
entists and workmen, wnter-.
teachers, soldiers, industrialists,
member- of kibbutzim and inhab-
itants of villages.
In th;> manner contact has been
formed between the President's
Home and all the citizens in Is-
rael .lews and non-Jew-
Many and various pe >ple gather
in the President's Home The Presi
dent's Home draws them together
and helps them to come to a com
11 in understanding and to work tcv-
AGUDATH ACHIM
Orthodox.
Prldaj
tin 0
.NSHE EMES 8533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. EminuSl Kushelewit*.
JETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. L^p-
son.
I 1 l,la> in Sal
.. m Sermon Shalom.' Ba Mlta-
\li and
Mr> !. -in- Rai
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1ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortno
dox Rabbi Salomon Schiff.
IVuee." Mil
IETH ISRAEL. 711 4Cth St Ortho-
dox Rnbbi B'rei We.n.
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"Truthful ll i
1

ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
flv" Orthrdo* Cantor Maurice
ches.

'ETH KODESH H0i SW 12th Ave
Vodrrn Traditional Rabbi Max
Chanlro Cantor Bn,am.n B-n-Ari.
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ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
3610 W Omit Hwy Conservative.
Ribbi Rchird Marcovlti. Cantor
Seymour Hinvn
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ami 1 mti.-- v\ III l>< Inntn
da 1 m

iETM TFiLAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoveky
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK BEHUKOTAI
God's punishment Jews leave flourishing fields and go into
Exile.
Hut 11 ye will not hearken unto Me l will bring the land
Into desolation And you will l scatter among the nations"
1 Lev 26.14, 32
BEHUKKOTAJ "If ye walk in My statutes, and keep my
commandments, and do them, then 1 Will give vou rains in their
season, and the land shall yield her produce, and the trees ol
the Held shall yield their Iruil Ye shall eat your bread until
ye have enough, and dwell in your land safelj And I will
have respect unto you, and make you fruitful, and multiph, you;
and will establish Mj covenant with you But if ye shall
ect m> statutes, and if your soul abhor Mme ordinances so
thai ye shall not do all M> commandments, but break M> cove-
nant 1 will chastise > u seven times more for your sins And
you will 1 scatter among the nations, and I will draw out the
sword alter you; and your land shall be a desolation When
the} are in the land ol their enemies I will not reject them .
to break M> covenant with them; for I am the Lord their God
These are the statutes and i rdinancea and laws, which the
Lord made between Him and the children oi Israel in Mount
Sinai bj the hand of Moses" (Lev 26.3-46).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic Hittory of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Taamir, $15 Publisher it
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
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lETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Av Co"serv itive Rabbi Max Lip-
SChltZ. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
binm.
gether. Conferences lectures and Fn.1.1 : ni IS ii.m I'-.i- Mltivah
gatherings take place at the V/U7i.\ ,' \ .\! -
Mi and Mm
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President- Home There is one
purpose for all the activities of
the President's Home: to draw the
hearts closer.
Twice yearly Choi Hamoed Pe-
sach and Ch 1 Hamoed Sukkoth.
the President's Home arranges a
reception for the nation. The doors
a:e open, and every person in Is-
rael can come and bless the Presi- f Mr and Mr An-hle 13 .Id Srrmoi
1'i.rl Ion of the \\ 1 ek Mlm-tia 6
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CANDLEUGHTiNG TJMf
26 Iyar 6:47 p.m.
Mori W ilt.iii "M.-u- Mendel
- lit-. Mi UUCI UUI Tin.,
e -
TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Merrie Kip.
rn Annual t
iri .on for Hi i" 'ii'l S'.ina.i> .-
-in.i. i
I'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conse -votive. Rabbi Harold Richter.
C^ntoi- JacW I *rn*r
l'i i'l;,\ !'. p.m Sermon: "Thai The>
Muj Sol Have I -i. i In v i
n-.l.iv i n Hn Mltixali
dent and his wife.
Prepared by Brith Ivrith Olamith
|l Ml
Students Take
Part in Service
At Beth Am
The following Hebrew School
students participated in services at
Temple Beth Am on Friday eve-
ning:
Ira Fox. Leslie Chaykin. Robin
Massin. Bruce Levinson. Charles
Steinberg, Glenn Dobkin. Evan
Birnhnlz, Jonathan Rosen, Bruce
~UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.

"LAG'.ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Roe-
-nieid Cantor George Goldberg.
Ptida) l:S0 p.m. 8alurtta> 9 ^ m Bar
Mttsvah Ralph, >"n ..f Mr and Mra
Alex Sheppard. Minolta 6 Jo p.m.
| FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S0'
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
, Prlda> (:SS p m Batunla) I m Mln-
cha I M p in
TEMPLE MENORAHL .420 7btt\ St.
Conservative. Rabbi Wayer Abram-
iwiti Cantor EdwaVd Kl**i.
i s.IS p.m Serai 'ii "The rjreal
. I: ., I K\ei lie ul." I" w
.... .. ,, ~ Sehool atudeiHS I1
Mltsvah H on of M- I Kha Ii I Sturita
I'aul i p. .|... |,,U
Mllsvah l Kiuiil -"ii .'t ,M i
Mi Vlan SU attun
TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth St. and
Tat..m Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugen, LaboviU.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Prldaj S:1S : m s. rinon "Thi
N> ',,],, i-'i.....ik "I Wisdom i- Reaped i"i the
I'.-.i. h.i RellHlo and Sundii.
TEMPLE BFTH AM 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard
Prida> :' p.m r.-i t'otiflrn u
'" honoi iraduater and hlsrli ii.' en-
Iuim will be i.i- Mill i'
da iRhti nl i 'i nnd Mra
Mi i ii .i\ Mllli Salurdai
I:.ir Mlls\uli ''-.if'
Mra s. i: It
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FVIda> 8:13 pm S.-1HI..M i- Amer-
ica FSscIng :i Mural Decline?" Batur-
la} 11 a.m. Koi mhall m.-\en. in
I Mi and Mra Harold Diamond

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconssructiomst. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Si I.....I I ii iih..- m III be '."ii- i -! .i
I l..........i bera svf.ll '.-,.:.
-i: ibbal boated b) SI*
i.-r hood
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
Prlda) ')". p.m Saturday IS a-m
I'.ur Mltivah Scott, .-mi of Mi .ml
Mra. \^ ait.-r 1^ i-
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TEMPLE SINAi OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ava. Reform Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Cttet Gala
nxi K'tTn n i
."mVi 2S
'ji
SRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 2Sti
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Prldaj 6 p.m Baturda} SO .* m Ba
Mlti il l."i in David Kei sun "i and Mi Mai i n .1
Siegel. David Leitson, Steven Naar, Ski and Mm Bomur Deuton Mlncha
Barry Welnsteln, Bobby Green. i''"
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
^..r^d 82SUT Kroni,h-: oTute' Leo*^....."*n: "Th*a.....
Prldaj 1:13 p m Set mon "Can W
Pora;vle ihe Qermnna?" Saturda)
"i Baa Mltsvah Marian,
dauarhter of Mr and Mi Sa M n
Ban: Lynne Carol, d ni-
si.....T
TEMPLE TiFERETM JACOB. Ml
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
1 IS p.m One* Bhabbat apon-
-".i bj iu \ m i ,i\\ \ \ hosted by
Mi and Mm Ted Uncuon in mem-
rj "i h.i brutliers
(r"3u,a n*n~" r ~ rKrna)
Leo Stitsky, Alan Richard. Ed-
ward Scott, I.auri Tanner. Robin
Pomerantz Stephen Sirberman,
Kenneth Dubbin.
Lag B'Omer
Picnic Held Here
h David USY Chapter and
Beth r rah i sv Chapter celebrat.
I Lag B'Omer at i ioint picnic
Sundaj at Cran Ion P rk, pit 2
Beth David USY hosted the
n
i en wen
In an and Robin Lundj

! :! CO'
Mi-
ami I \ tion
l ap-
peartn
DR MAN l!l"-f:H'TZ
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAGOGLE 1J32 Washington Ave.
Ortlioflo". Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
e
3HEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orti-odox Rabbi Phineas Weber.
inan

iEPHAHDic JEWISH CENTER. 645
CoHms Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias
. I
Ml"I
I
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 'S800 NW
2*nd Ave ^Conservative Rabbi S. M. TEMPLE ZAMOPA 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooka.
rntor Ben Dickson.
Prldaj 6 10 p m Sui laj S 4i a in
i ', -r1! Miami
B
rEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
lervativa 1025 NE i83ru st Miami
Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Capian
Cinto' -'.i 'i e Nleu.
5 \i,'
Machtn Caitor Abraham Reiseman.
i> SO p ii -. n \.., .,
i'in-I- lint .i \\ ,11, nn .--11
ii in Bai Mltsvah Jol v
.mil Mi Kenneth -
e
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 64J8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
vain

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in if :'
M l\ ill Mai
Mm

TEMPLE KMANU-EL 1701 Washing,
ton Ave Coninvative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrnian Cantor Zvi Adler
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th M
Reform RabDi Joseph R. Narot
-
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man
Pil.t.iy N.JO p.n -
.:
M .
Ml Hi !
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Conservative Rabbi Henry

A'.rnick

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VOUNG ISKacl. 990 NE 17'st 9t
Orth. do> Rabbi Bhorwln st...,i-.r
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Friday. May 28. 1965
+ k*istthrirfitr
Page 13-A
\ar Against Jews Seen Coming Down
Continued from Peg* 1-A
, maj,r conclusion was that the
L spin! of interproup friendship
l- casual In community organi-
ijons such as PTAs and similar
ups ^' P"0"^ rninpled and
.ke,< together congenially for
nunit) Kials The hobby, rec-
tnon.il ..nd social groups were
,,rt dominated by typical cliques
status interest attitudes, with
,,,- no intermingMaf,
Benjamin B. Ringer was au-
| survey which was con-
Dr. Marshall B. Sklare.
| ittee'J director of scion-
ii It will be published
I year
ohfy percent t Lakeville
lews were found to be will-
to live with Jew*. Twenty-
percent said they would
t situation in which Jews
ned t h e minority not
than 30 percent. About 25
indicated they would ac-
50-50 proportion, and 43
said they "don't care"
jny Jews live in the neigh-
irl round that a recent
i. a- had changed Lake
[ lionaJ character and
,: problems Involved in
( The report said thi*
i the Jew ish newcomer
| iiarlj vulnerable poti
that "he is (he mam
\ (hi m residents who
e cultural and po-
n l akeville as well
. rlis ,'i>r ve i!
found f' ur types
tes tow .ird
4 FOR
iHGLANDER
fou can't argue
\with success"
WE'RE 4
IE-ELECTING
iL ENGLANDER
^ARD BROAD
CHANCY
FULLER
J. EU
iVER 4-A
Monis B. Abrcim, president of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee, greets Mrs. Charles
Kinkelstein. president of the
Florida Reqion, at the
AJCommittee's 58th annual
meeting in New York last
week at the Americana
Hotel.
Jewish exclusionist, exemption
;st. pluralist and egalitarian,
Morris I! Abram, Committee
president, lold the meeting that
the i athoui Church had "a great
opp rtui it> i" j .n the Protestant
mo\ ing an old source of
ejudice a n d a
ravi ood numan
as by exonerating Jew ol
chai e of fieicide in
eath of Ji
He also urged that Jews should
not hold "the German people as
a whole" guilty for all time for
the acts of the "criminal Nazi
state." He noted that Germans
have asked how long they would be
forced to remember that past and
that many Jews had asked when
they would be able to forget the
past. He said the answer should
be the same for both: "Let the
pas; be remembered and let it not
be forgotten as long as it can in-
struct the future bu: let us never
visit the sins of one on to another
nor those of the fathers on to the
He said Israel had established
relations with West Germany on
that basis and the Committee
had worked for reconcilation of
German and Jew similarly. In
that context, he told the annual
meeting, the Naii war crimes
must continue and just repara-
tions must be paid to all vic-
tims.
Abram 8, who is the United
state- representative to the
United Nation- Commission on Hu-
man Rights, said he believed that
progress Was being made in the
UN on adoption of a global conven-
ti n to eliminate rt tigious intol-
erance but that the Soviet Union
continued "unabated it-- persecu-
tion of .lews whose only crime is
that they w i s h to continue as
Jews."
Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., the
Negro leader told the conference
:hat perhaps il there had I"' SI 8
broadei understanding of the uses
>i i! i! \ ioleni ilirei I at lion in Ger
many when Hitler was taking pow-
er, "the bnKal extermination ol
6.000,000 Jews and millions of oth-
er war dead might have been
averted and Germany might never j
have become totalitarian."
r*i.i
ol A.!\
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OF SORROW
express what words
cannotl
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Food Congress
Set in Venice
Reducing the cost of food dis-
tribution, a major problem
throughout Europe, will highlight
the ninth annual congress of the
International Association of Chain
Stores next month, it was an-
nounced by Myer B. Marcus, pres-
ident.
The international meeting will
be held from June 20 to 24 in Ven-
ice, Italy. The group is composed
of chain store Operators, food
manufacturers and processors.
According to Marcus, who is ex
executive vice president of Food
Fair Stores. Inc., many of the
worlds' leading authorities in the
field of food distribution already
h a v e accepted speaking assign-
ments.
Dade Promotes Summers
Joseph If. Lipton, president,
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of M i a m i. has an-
nounced board action in advanc-
ing Charles J. Summers from as-
sistant vice president to vice pres-
ident of the association. He is cur-
rently in charge of mortgage loan
processing. Summers, with Dade
Federal since 1952, formerly served
in the Commercial Loan Depart-
ment of Marine Midland Trust Co.
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Scheduled Unveilings
SUNDAY, MAY 30th, 1965
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if** ist fkriaf/nr
Fridc.v May 28 1965
Oif the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
.
Bleak Outlook for Yiddish Poetry Improving
DR. WILLIAM KOLODNEY, now clu
cational director of the Famed 92m
Streel YMHA in New York City, wai
the youngest of .1 coterie of friend |
hose memorj still lingers with me. Oui
friendship oi close to half a centurj
- back to the days on (he lower Eas
Side when we were happy innocents
young men moping for purpose am
',wish-minded youths Striving to find a_
place in what even then was a rapidly cnauguig reugtous
and cultural milieu.
The HolOdnej home, a three-room walk-up apartment
on 1 he fourth floor of a decrepit building on Delancev
Street, was al the time our central point of gathering on
Sabbaths and oilier festive days. Elderly Kolodney, a
white-bearded gentleman of unique character and w;li
.,11 unmatched lent* of balance, would receive us as 1!
we were his children, without ever displaying the authori
tative rod that is properly the prerogative Of fatherhood.
He was one with us. listening to our tales and woes.
Though we all were religiously oriented toward Ortho-
doxy, we had moments of self searching that often bord-
eiod en heresy On Mieh occasions, our host's beard would
seemingly droop in whiter whiteness his only sign of
perceptible disturbance while he himself rem.-.ined a
picture In equilibrium, as if sensing, as all religious men
do, that our path would not mislead us and his faith, in
retrospect, has largely been redeemed.
!>: Kelodney, when I met him recently at the Museum
of Modern Art seemed anxious to turn the pages oi the
past, but we had come for a limited purpose to talk
ul ut the Poetrj Center in the 92nd Street "Y" and.
n.oic paiiicy.ku-li^.abttui the Yiddish gad VajMew readings.
UN Listening Post:
Something New
I'li;: N "list
SOMETHING NEW is a bo U t to
i' field ol ht
I' n d e ; the
: Nation
I Govi t of I
in
national So< ietj wili \
do. the capiti
- '.1 .Illl.i'
reasons to hope that
.i!-y vital arcs in ttie Held of human rights
there Among the items on thi
., are several that could touch di
situation ol the Jew- in the So\ iet
n
Exactlv my...'- ago the I'\ General Assembly
established program of advisor) services in the
i Id of hum.,u rights In additi m to iaauing various
publications tin- program ha- convened regional
ferences and seminars in several countries
.round the world The L'N would contribute expert
services and fellowships tor such seminars; hut. m
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Time and DAR
IN LOOKING BACK on what the
ladies in the Daughters of the
American Revolution, in annual
convention, wanted to do about im-
migration i keep it tied to the prin-
ciple of Nordic supremacy i and
the in Genocide compact (oppose
it i, one notes that one of the speak-
ers borrowed mournfully lrom a
recent poll.
This was a poll of students from seventh grade
through college; and what disturbed Mrs Mary G.
P.oebling. a New Jersey banker, addressing the
convention, was that better than 60 percent of the
chiMren polled believe that, in some fields, so much
power is concentrated in the hands of so few com-
panies that it is bad for the nation.
But the DAK and Mrs. Roebling can take heart
from other aspects of the poll. The results show
that 40 percent said pupils of all races and nation-
alities should not attend school together every where
in the country; one in every four of the kids polled
in the western part of the U.S. thinks property own-
en or their agents should prevent people of some
aces or nationalities from livmg in the better
neighborhoods; and 49 percent of all polled think
that "most people don't realize how much our lives
are controlled by plots hatched in secret by others
Significantly, the poll quotes President Johnson
.- earning that our understanding of how to live
with one another is still far behind our knowledge
oi how to destroy one another."
The Daughters of the American Revolution don't
,i but iime. the breathless tempo of change and
insights ot several new generations are leaving
ir behind A cursor) look at the bubbling
cauldron on any college campus will confirm that
. iew
Recent revolts a; the I'niveasit) ot California in
Brooklyn College, and at si John 'a
dramatize to the validity of the finding! of Editorial
act I '< <> ation
Uag up to this new era ol collegiate un-
- -t i- a Irnin of other factors complete!) disregard-
not only by the DAR bill by null.oils of other-,
-ujstaleir for pre World War i years How lew realize
that poath have knewn neither war save the
' Nam, about which many are deep-
ly alarmed) nor the Depression nor the mad days Of
Met arthyism!
Yet the danger of nuclear destruction does hang
aver all.
By SAUL CARSON
in Human Rights
each case th< semin -was onducted at the request
i.f the "I "'
v ^ -:.i\ ia .- the '"host N i instead i I
Hi -in i the lion.' ei
Twi five states i Idition to
i i p i m< it< .1 to send n
neol the 25 It is significant to
mi. that the 25 are M dent or M is
domini I i ounti ics, not one thi i is an
state, li M ivia's friendship w itli
cpt, \..--, state not on the list neither i-
of the Aral slab hostile to Isi a< I an c in most
cases to Jews as a whole as well as too iir.nl> at-
iched to the So; iet Uo<
in, Belgrade seminar will consider two mam
concerns One is an examination of "measures which
should !>c taken to ensure the realization of human
Mts and fundamental freedoms to all without dis
crimination." That item could evoke a large yawn
after all, that- what the United Nation- is for; that.
especially, is what human rights programs are in-
tended to accomplish. But the second principal item
is one on which a good deal of hope ma) be placed
This |Hiint is worthy ot special attention to four ol
n- five sub clauses. a> these could affect Russian
> Here is the Item as listed on the agenda:
'Measures which should be taken to ensure
the realization, by ethnic, religious, linguistic or
national groups, of the special rights necessar) to
enable them to preserve their traditions, character
istics, or national consciousness, such as
The right to use their own language In every
day life, in courts of law. and in public or assembl)
The right ot association
The right to establish autonomous education-
..I institutions.
The right to develop their own traditions and
characteristics autonomously
Equal treatment of economic regions within
a country
Few readers need reminding that the initial
points could open a Pandora's box casting Ught on
ills besetting the Russian Jews in the fields of re-
ligion, culture and. at times, economically and oth-
erwise; could, at the same tune, lead to hope that
some amelioration of the Russian Jewish situation
might result. It is well known that the USSR is sub-
ject to showing responses to some types of world
criticism.
There is very little doubt that those four points
could lead to dLscussions of the right of Russian Jews
to use Hebrew for religious purposes and Yiddish
lor cultural needs; their right to associate in congre-
gations, to establish schools (in Yiddish or Hebrew);
the right to observe their own religious traditions;
the right to form their own. country-wide religious
and/or cultural associations.
The Poetry Center currently is one ol the BV tamed
rostrums for culture in the United States \ mi glanci
,t the list of the poets, novelists and playwright* vho ap-
veare.l at the "Y" over the year- is enough t BU|
an institution of vital cultural impact 1 did not press
|)r Kolodncv for attendance figures, since it .- aftVlOUS
that poets <>f 'he stature of Marianne Moore and lovelists
such as James T Farrell would attract large a I icncc-.
My concern was with Yiddish and Hebrew .
How well tended were the Yiddish and Hebrew i*>-
etrv readings during the season? I asked Dr. I todney.
He had no available figures at the moment bu he WBS
ol the definite impression that if there was any disparity
in figures ,t was small He told me thai the final reading,
on Apr 28, drew an attendance of about 100, a ther en-
couragini figure tor an art form that unforl itely is
II too neglected in affluent America toda) i on an
evening of city-wide observance ol the Warsaw <
epic Host of the audience, he said, is drawn 'in the
Yiddish-speaking elements, but mute a numbe of our
own Y members drop in verj often, particulai young
people with an intellectual and artistic curios
the Yiddish medium, about Yiddish creativiti In 'I
l nited SI ites
The Yiddi h lb bn v poetr) series I he 's of
comp lively recent vim
;ui ful that Its contin laki
for rante V I then is i time
discouraging. if not i leak
i ., k of l e ll
i eptiblv throughout I n
ins im mi i ehi i rihle .- h
Yiddish y few
in the woi !d today
I
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Stvle and Man
AFTER HIS RECENT COOi n. .
** with the British Prime Min-
ister, Mr Ksiikol w.i- aske
reporter of a British lewisl ibli-
cation about the meeting Men
hat sich geshooshket, replied Mr
Eshkol None ot the big phrases
that statesmen ol two i
usuallv make alter -uch
ii for Eshkol The) lust h
-hoo-llket
When I'sbkol some months back visited the
Whin lions,, and nhnnahkft" with the President, lie
asked about that westing, and he mmmed it
up b) saying ot President Johnson, lu is K>
rischer hackur." on the more recent occasion >t the
celebration ol Israel's Independence Day. ref -rring
te Mine of the new weapons in Israel's pu*st. sion.
Ur Eshkol remarked, doubtless with a \i* ol
impressing Nasser, "these are not our only i> ies
Mr Eshkol's Deputy Prime Minister. Abba
Khan, cf course, would have said all Of these v
quite differently. Mr Bban is more like Maonla)
I' was said of Macaulav that when he was lour years
old, an elderl) lady inquired about his toothaefca and
he replied. "Madam, the agon) is abated "
Someone once said, "the style is the man Ksh
kol ha> the light touch, with a dash of humor lb
speaks Hebrew fluently, but he was in his lat.? teens
when he left Russia for the Jewish Homeland and
when he wants to make a pointed remark, h-* falls
back on Yiddish.
There is a Yiddish saving. "What one is ashamed
of saying in Yiddish, one says in Hebrew." Hebrew
clothes a thought with a kind of special dignity but
i! one wishes to strike at the jugular vin. U the
expression goes. Yiddish seems more -idled for the
purpose, Anyway, where can one find I better word
than "geshooshket?"
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Israel Planning Music, Drama Festival
L
Jerusalem
PREPARATIONS ARE alrea!> well mi
der way for Israel's fifth annual Fes
tival Of Music and Drama, due to be r
July 28 and continue through Au
The preliminarj schedules rale seed here
promise a varied and interesting pro
gram, m line with the IhlIi standard
winch the festival organisers have set
for henselvi -. and followed, m the
years. Like in the past years and more
so the "front row" ot the forthcoming fe tival will be
occupied by is performers,
In the field <>i ballet, which this year will play a princi-
pal role, then' will l>c thi fork t Ity Ballet, diroi
iiv George Balanchine, The m-,i of the UO-member corps
:- being sponsored b) the State D partment. it will
B eight performances There will also be a local dl
resented by the Bathaheva (Rothschild) Dame Com-
pany, which has Martha Graham as its artistic advi i r.
Another ol the Festival's central features will be the
lames Baldwin all-Negro theater, whtel will perform
Baldwin The Amen Corner" a pla.v based oa the re
is in-' ot the American Ne| ro i ich conl
dancini jazz and gospel music Mr Si isited
Israel some t ..... a may atti d the Festival.
"'he \:i.' i .>rnei" i- now on Broadwa) nd on the
boh |) received in New i
Pianist Rudolf Serkin will participate in the Festival
as soloist and as artistic adviser of the Marlboro Festival
Orchestra, which is composed of lOoutst cian-s,
i' thi I stival will Ik- Mr s. ,, old
son, Peter wh > reci ntl) won aoi lam, in his Loa io*i debut
..t tile pj
N' > ^ p ilitan Op e I i
^l"ii! en i,hid the Israel Philhi stra
1,1 ;i featuring the Isi tavid
Bar (he Festival's openin hich will
nav' raeli and Jewish program vvill
feature he world premiere ol "Ornament! for Flute ani|
Orchestra by the late Israel composer \ Boskoviteh,
with L Toeplitz as soloist.


L 'Aav 23. 1965
LIPTON TAKES THE HELM
+Je*lst ftcrldlar
Paqe 15-A
om bined Appeal
oes Over the Top
-inued from Page 1-A
ol caring for the needs
. national and overseas
,iml i oi ides a tramen-
lenge ti> the community
koluntar) leadership for
.. men, women and chil
. ;ii home and abroad.
!he forces thai make for
arid, none is so nulls
none is so powerful, as
hmit hope, men are onlj
With hope, they dream
k. they plan, they work.
y hoi Lipton declared,
car i ontimre to make a
our let.'ration through
the work iiiul the goals
e set bj Sidney Lefcourl
rj capable officers and
mi .'.i- m tribute to
i islanding steward
, Federation, she Je
ty's central pl.inmtie and
g agency,
cbi Lehrman, who step-
vn after two successful
the helm of CJA, was
for his dedicated lead-
uch helped to revitalize
Dined Jewish Appeal and
creased support of more
CCO to the CJA annual
the '"< lion of
offu ers chosen
ihi annual meel
S imuel N !
president; Sidnej
ite pas) presi
si lents, Sidnej I>
Cypen, David
. n, : Kj plan and Dr
B Gold
ui arshall S Har
i-nrer; David P,
<.tsm.ui, secretary; and Norton
I 'allot. associate secretarj
Trustees ol the new slate in-
chide San, Blank, chairman, Leon-
ard Athens, Ben Blum, Leo A, Chal
km, Sam A. Goldstein, Baron de
llirsch Meyer. A .1 Molask\ Jo-
see* \l Roae, Harry Sirkln. Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff, and Mrs Carl
Weinkle
Rabbi Lehrman and Lefcourl
were honored with number of
presentations,
Samuel \ Priedland, honorary
I resident of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, presented Rab-
bi Lehranan with an Award tor
Service as an outstanding chair-
man-' from the National United
Jewish Appeal Judge Irving I j
pen, a pasl president ol Temple
Lmanu El Rabbi Lchrman's con
regtation, and a vice president of
the Federation, presented Dr Lehr
ir,an with a handcrafted sterling
Iver Torah pointer and plaque,
.nrl a scrapbook citing his accom-
plishments .. chairman ol : h e
Coml ined Jt A-ish Appeal
Dr. Lehrman praised the
community "for the outstanding
volunteer leadership it has given
to Combined Jewish Appeal,
which accounted for the camp-
aign achieving its goal for the
second successive year. I am
proud of the community's ac-
ceptance of our ancient heritage
and tradition "that every Jew is
responsible for every other
Jew." he stated.
I am pi >ud too, thai tins hum
:: truly hei
.. i ontbii "'l Jewish Appei I, spon-
sore : ppoi led b> all areas
men) "i o ir i ommunit)
I receipt to date, of aln
by other Jewish communal serv-
ices.
Annual Meeting Dinner Chairman David B. Fleeman (left)
congratulates newly-elect President of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Joseph M. Lipton (tight' at the event at the
YM and YMHA of Greater Miami on Saturday evening.
11.(100 in In Idual i ontributions
ber, indicates thai maturing as .> responsible
lit; and thai our Federa-
. i- truly our central Jewish
< ommunal organization
l *a\ id B Fleeman, chairman ol
the annual meeting, presented
Outgoing President Lefcourl with
a desk si; and w it li an inst ribed
>k citing the man? a
pro rams, and pr jects
ui which he led the Federation
h thre < terms
In in- annual reoorl !.
stressed his c mvicti ns th it ..
led< mpaign i- the finest
trumentality for serving the
total Jew ish community lie
rising tide of public
opinion in the local community,
ii ili toward federate l 4i\ ing and
toward the lifesaving n irk of the
l eder; tion, which i> daily called
bj an increasing number individuals and ot I >ns both
lly and o\ > seas for lifesa\ ing
aid. it i and sen ices
Lefcourl stated thai "Federa-
tion's iuti,ic \~ m good hands "
by citing the studies ol the Ten
Year < 'apital Net ds I mmit I
which i- projecting a blue-print for
future capital expansion bj Fed
ation's afliUati
Presentations of handcrafted
silver Kiddush cup* brought back
by Rabbi Lehrman during hit
pre campaign trip to Israstl were
presented to key division heads
of the campaign. Recipients
were Mrs. Inei Krensky, chair-
man of the Women's Division;
Norton Pallot and George Tali
noH, co-chairmen of th* Trades
and Professions Council; and
John N. Serbin and R. Williams
Apte, chairman and co-chairman
respectively, of the Residents
Division campaign.
I'allot also received the 19B4
Federation President's Leadership
Award, citing him as an outstand
ing young leader of the Federa
tion whose philanthropic and com
munal achievements mark him for
future leadership and service to all
segments of the local community
and to Federation
Two amendment- to the by-laws
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration were passed at the annual
meeting
The first amendment raised the
size of the Budget Committee t
40 members appointed from the
Board ol Governors by the presi
dent Included on this committee
must be a majoritj of
' ho are nol members ol the Exe
cutive Committee.
An amendment was also passed
which will broaden participation
by the community in the Federa-
tion Executive Committee.
dit ion to i 'hairman Da\ i I
B I members ol the v
nual Met ting < ommittee inclu
l 'i Jost eh R N'arol spiritua
leader of Tempi, Israel,
sei v< is stmaster lot i he r\ er
Mrs Ja< k Katzman and VI
Irving Lehrman. co-chairmen
the Arrangements Committi
M i Burton B iold -' in
i h man; and Mrs
iioldstcin, chairman a >< -


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AJComm. Joins LCBC Tie
Samuel N. Friedland (left), honorary president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and president of Temple Emanu-El
for 14 years, presents Dr. Iivina Lehrman, Combined Jawish
Appeal chairman, with an award "for outstanding service on
behalf of the National United Jewish Appeal." Mrs. Irving
Lehrman looks on at the presentation moid* at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation ennual meeting ftfiid Combined
Jewish Appeal victory dinner dance at the YM and YWHA
on Saturday evening. 'See story. Paqe 1-A\
MEW YORK (JTAi Exec
utlve Board of the American Jew-
ton Canrmit ee approved this week
the organization's participation
In budget review process of the
Large CHj Bi Igeting Conference,
i ui luntarj ass elation <>f t he
,., .r .1 v h welfare funds in the
I nil 'il v s
Tin- agreement was negotiated
,x \ rrn 13 A' am AJCom
tee presid '., PI ill E Hoffman.
charman of th< d, Richard
\i as, vice pr es id e n t. and
Dr John Slasoi exi utive vie
sid< nt, with a ci mmr.tee head
c i>\ Gi orge Michelson, chairman
f the I CBC Al ram announce I
.i,,. nt at t C tmmittee's
>8th annual meeting heri
The LCBC studies programs.
..' i- and sources oi income of
Kershaw to be Speaker
Harry Kershaw, president >f
Health and Happiness Club, will
speak on "Sharing Health and
Happiness" on Saturday, 7:30
P in :ii Washington Federal Au
ditorium. \2?.A Washington Ave
eootwrtfinf nMmrt and overseas
Jewish agencies and conducts joint
budget review meetings Participa-
tion is voluntary and LCBC rec-
ommendations are advisory only.
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tiations with the LCBC, the
AJCommittee had been particu-
larly concerned that the organi-
latin's participation would not
compro-nise its au onomy and
lhat AJCcTimittoe participation
would be based on the principle
that budgeting cculd not be
iinkeJ to al'ocation of function
among agencies.
Another factor, he n-iKirtrrl wts
the ind< pendence ol our govern
I., ih.- i determine our ait il
,.,! i i i m with other
i s Km th i was "our right,
never wc d i not agree with a
. report to h ive our own
temenl i irculaU l ogether with
., rep rt; and to submit two
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Susaman were
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Daniel Meal Heller.
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Ladi
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i re presented to Mrs.
thai, Mrs. Arthur
Mrs Marvin Tragaah
125 or more, each, and
iwj service requirements.
I rizes i re awarded
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and .Mrs Sam Ros 'n
i r more as their
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traub.
Mis. Inez Krensky, chairman of
he Women'- Division, O mbined
u;sh Appeal, will be the install
ng i tl'ieer of the Young Women's
nstallation on Tuesday, June 8. at
10 a.m.. at the V\| and YWHA '>t
Greater Miami
other i.o: innounced by
Mrs Suasman, in fdjUlion to Mrs
Tnn/. include Mrs l!n.,;,nl Katzen
and Mrs R( ,-ri t aui..:. vice pi
idenl No Minimum Di\ isi in; Mrs
and Mrs R :< ?hs
piro, \ H e presidents, Education;
Mrs Richard Litl and Mrs Da
Seal lb Hi r \ ice president Pace
setters I> \ ision; Mrs Howard Ay-
'.. Mrs Daniel Fran
o, p, rli i an; Mrs iti.hard
. diate past pn si
Mrs J Allen Siegel N'omi-
itte chairn an; Mrs
i bei Mrs M u shall Har
- Mrs Sam Luby Ji Mrs How-
ard Scharlin, Mrs R char SI
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Sectior. B

Officers of Temple Sinai Sisterhood are instal-
led by RabLi Dcniel M. Lowy at the Balmoral
Hotel. Theme lor the year, "Lend Us Your
Hands." was introduced in sonq at the lunch-
eon last week. Left to right are Mrs. Irvinq Den-
mark, vice president; Mrs. Leonard Kimball,
*,
t
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVF
: from an extended
oi Europe are
Pi ulinc Si ter an l
. /. who ia- han i d
-t Preceding
... ". 1
..; )/.i.k sumutii
t to the eontinenl
Dl eek in New
i nds and seeing
of the Broadwaj ihowi
! trip abroad for
: | led Lisbon,
Israel, Istanbul,
is, Vienna Park, and Lon-
rktail partj Sunday
1 ride and -room Pa-
and 1) maid Kramer
i I i antOT and Mr
rd Ki a Hostesses with
e Mrs I i i Beck-
Mrs Milton Keller .
si of honor chose a
il .-I p iw.ler blue
Her mother,
Westi n, oa the
i husl and I'r Weston, in a
fashionabli br twn and -a hue tin
en print with matching organza
Ci at, and future mother-in-law.
Mrs Nathan Kramer, so rtcd by
Mr Krami r i hie in a white knii
trimmed in Kelly green and roy-
al blue Guest included Pa-
tricia's sister, Meryl "r! Ton}
B nell grandparents Mrs Anna
Hyman ai d Mr. and Mrs Max
W'einatein; other relatives. Mr.
and A i William l armel, with
Jerry and Lin.
m New York, Mrs Flor
Mr
irtne ', th J h
Pilz I -Mrs
.1-1
rj 1 ii M x':'-
. Di k Gerard. Stanlej
Happ; r 'he
- June 12.
irah Sin one Thurn an, oni
., iat< d
>t, \ ens Col-
Cohii ia Aa on Ma> 31
For her th sis, "The So< >al
i r, anizati m i f the Israeli Kib
1 oi/." she did a tu il research by
living "ii an hraeli Kitbutz las:
lummer w'ule at college, she
active in Phi Theta Kappa.
Stephens Colle re hon rary fra-
tentity, served as treasurer in
the Fon ign Ri latioi I gani
zati n and in HUlel Foundation
in Columbia Daughter i I Mi
and Mrs Harold Thurman, 3801
Riviera Di Di boi a i will be mar
rie I m Julv to Mil nian Arthur
Joseph Smith

Buffi t feal Greek and Or
dishes m and
' '
Continued on Page 5-B
corresrondinq secretary, Mrs. Abr Se:c :
treasurer; Mrs. Seymour Shafrcn. oresider/:
Mrs. Gerard Mops, financial secretary; Mr^.
Stanford Cooke. vice president; Mrs. Sophie
Whitehouse, recording secretary; Mrs. Richer-;
Greenbaum, vice president.
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sti
Sand swinger or
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+Jewish Hcrldlan
Fridc-v May 28,
AJCong. Women Slate Division Board Meeting
Women's D \\ i sion. American
jev isn con ill """'i'1 '" Ex"
til
in the SI Club
; pes; ii al n tu ill b
lenlelecl Mrs Irving B
Kaplan
The meeting v ill be the first ol
,,. the forn i I workshop
to ii r ii'!?' new ili\ isioi
members and plan activities foi
the coming year
Participating with Mrs Kaplan
will be Mesdames Leonard Sider
ky. s> Re< e William Brown
Helen Dudell, Ben Weintraub. Ruth
I
i evinson Bnd ufcert Zu kerman,
yne Chapter;
Vfesdami Sylvia Stiver! Royal
jona8, Harrj Wolk. Samuel Leiner.
Sam Ru It Justine I hapter;
Mesdami Joseph Albuquerque,
Man s Cohen, Louise Cohen. Sam
Herder Joseph White, [saboile
Slavitt. i-i Roth. Louise Wise Chapter;
Mesdames Jeanette Stern Lili
an it, i -. Irving Quartin, Louii
Gold, Edward Goldstein, Isaac
Weinberger, Anne Hetdenrlch,
Samuel Rosansteln and Pearl Rab-
in. Miami Chapter;
so Mesdan ,
mcr. .lack mi.
berg. Sam Pel
Mogul and Bei
In
addition. I hi
ban "I tl
Board will b
Thk1\
'
Mi ..
Hamerscr
d Lillian < I -ini.m
There will nm
the role ol I
skw m tin' ofl
i>i portuDita Pro ,,, -
Hi d Mart," i.
11 jponal dire*r
i.-ir ongress

ni
Mrs. Isaac Hirsch Ever (left), wife of the spiritual leader of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, and Mrs. Berel Wein, wife of
the spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, hold a procla-
mation by Miami Mayor Robert King High citing the recent
Women s Branch Sabbath here of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America. The proclamation empha-
sizes the goal of the organization "to arouse the Orthodox Jew-
ess to her role of spiritual guide in her home and community."
Home for Aged Annual Volunteer
'Recognition Coffee' Slated Wednesday
Greetings will !>< given bj Mrs.
William Brenner, Section presl
dent NCJW. .md Mrs. Harrj Or-
leans, vice president in chanze i>f
services. Mrs, David Phillips,
board member <>t the Home, wlB
present personal gifts to the vol-
unteers madi bj the residents in
the ceramie craft elass. Mrs Lflu
is Gordon. Council senior citizen
chairman at the Home, will chair
the meeting.
Residents Choral Group led by
Mrs. Edith Krause. NCJW volun-
teer, will otfer original selections
dedicated to the volunteers, with
Mrs. Lylian LeV'ine, Junior Auxil-
iary volunteer, at the piano.
More than 90 volunteers, giving
service to the residents of the
Home throuchout the year, have
accumulated 3.500 hours of ser-
vice in group work activity
Friendly Visiting and Escort Ser
\ ices
sh ii me fi r the Aged will
hoi l its annual volunteer "Rec-
... r tion C iffee on Wednesdaj
S i a m al dhe Home.
Volunteers of the National C ur
cil <>t Jewish Women, now in it>
llth year of service to the resi-
ts >t the Home, and the recent-
ly formed JHA Volunteer Service
Corps, will be honored.
Program will include an evalua-
tion Of volunteer service during
The past year, progress made, and
future planning.
Discussing the program will )*
Mrs Sadie Gordon, supervisor in
charge of the group activity pr-v
gram, and Mrs. Martha Cohen,
supervisor of social service and
the Friendly Visiting and Escort
Service Program.
Women Accountants to Meet
Miami Chapter, American -
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Friday May 28. 1965
+Jenlsti FhrHi^r
Page 3-B
Pleasure and gratification are expiessed in the smiles of three
entral figures at t h e Hadr.ssah-Israel anniversary
luncheon Monday. At left, Academy Award-winning film star
I ontaine confers the Woman of Valor Award upon Mrs.
chrman as luncheon chairman. Mrs. Fied Jonas, joins
ressing warm congratulations. Some 1,400 Hadassah
s attended the event which netted S284.500 in Israel
ies.
1,400 Miami Beach Hadassah Members
Mark Israel's 17th Anniversary Here
Emil Morton. Alexander Huh,
VIi ii- Nash, llany Platoff, Da-
vid Ponve. .lack s Popick, Sej
mour Silvermai Sai
Milton Sirkin, Sadie 'i ibrs
ham I Uslander, Max Weitz,
Maurice I Zaretsk)
Presidi nts ol Miami Beach Ha-
> i ho re n cip
in oi Scrolls of Hoi e I h
(dames Jos< ph E| stein, Baj
Harb 'i tis Bernard
Li] M, Elizabeth Steinbach, Bran-
11 bs Gertli i- It e r i) e r t
Gutman, Esther Leviti, Deborah;
Hattie Salir, Esthei Max Vtfach-
iner, I. I; I.....dm in Hi ton Wein-
Herd; JoserV Meyer Ii
raeli Jack Wilfsti in, Emma Laza-
rus; ESmanuel Mentz. \| it.-ti Tow-
ers; Sherman Fast, Renanah; Syl.
via Kurland, Hanna Senesch; Mi-
chael Peinstein, Shalom a; Joseph
Rosenberg, Southgate; Sol Green
l erg. Henrietta Szold; M inning
Mintus, Stephen S Wise; Samuel
Solkoff, Kadimah Kii and
Herman Feller. Foil.- Towers
l he Givenchj Israel Fashion Fes-
11\ al was staged oordinated ami
accessorized bj Burdine's under
the direction ol Mi-- Bettj Sher
win, fashion coordinator

Lorber Chapter Lunch Tuesday
Dr. May A Branson, 'Nan of
women at the LJi vei il
Miami, will be guest speaker an I
installing officer al Lorbi i i
ter. Children's Asthma R<
Institute and Hospital, luncheon al
11 46 a m Tuesdaj at tb< B
ster Restaurant
Officers who will serve with
Mrs Herbert Teller, succeeding
Mrs Gerald Klugenaan at pre*
dent, are Mi- Arnold Grossman,
coordinating vice president; Mrs
Alli n Absison, way- and means
vice president; Mrs Ira Segal,
membership vice president; Mrs
Sam Greenfeder, programming
vice president; Mrs Gar) Brehm,
recording secretary; Mrs Burl
Kleinman, corresponding secret
ary; Mis Sidney I lain- chapter
secretary; Mr- Stuart Shapiro, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs Don Til
zer; treasurer; Mis Robert Loeb,
auditor.
Luncheon chairmen Mrs S n
Greenfeder and Mrs David Dorl
man. have arranged entertain
men! in the form ol an original
-kit to he presented bj tin- chap-
ter's outgoing officers and '.
ors.
New pre ;idenl Mrs Tel
i. rber
( hapter lor the i n years
She has served p
\ Hi- president and in 19<
pi i sented w .!ii the Good i..
service award
Bay Harbor Unit
Installs Officers
Baj Harbot <.i up oi Hadass i
held its annual installation lu
n tin Singapore Hotel on May
10.
Mr- Jo si p h Epstein was in-
stalled a- president, Mesdames
Bamej Davis, administration
denl Morris Jacobsoi I n
urer; Louis Rosenberg, final ...l
secretary Rita Solomon, record-
ing secretarj
Mr- Nal Barth, Miami I
Chapter president, was installii _
officer Musical program t
ted the afU i noon
all attendance and Is
i-h >; purchase records for a
,it.or i loo members of
. \1 ami Beach chapter of Aa-
sah celebrated Israel's i"th
i .ii"> Momlav and joined in
Mrs ir\ ing Lehman bj
S24. JOO in Israel
The occasion "as the Hadassah
iversao' luncheon at the
'i. oh an Hotel, where Mrs.
Lehrman. ite of I)r Irving
an, rahhi of Temple Kmuiui
i u, 'he recap enl ol the cov
.. i an oi \ a lor Award.
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AAAL ENGLANDER
ARTHUR COURSHON
JOSEPH PRAOO
JtNNIE KRAMER
AUCE BECKMAN
LEVER 4-A
hi 1'ni \.i\
Responding to an address by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, recently
installed chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
members of the audience pur-
chased the largest amount of
i nds at a Women's Division event.
Chairman ot the luncheon was Mrs
Fred Jonas, and co-chairman was
Mrs Sam Blank
Other luncheon I e a d e r s were
Mr- Nat Barth. president of the
Miami lieaoh Chapter ot Hadassah.
and presidents ot the it groups ol
the chapter who received Scrolls
of Holier in recognition ot their
itStanding service on behalf of
Israel and Israel Bond-.
A highlight of the afternoon wai
the presentation ot the Givenchy-
I .....I Fashion Festival with Aced
i m> Award h inning film star.
.lean Fontaine, as commentator.
Fashions represented the out
standing wort oi Paris designer
Hubert de Givenchj and the lead
ins Israi ers
I ..;< sj mbolic cer
emoo] -1.,m i ake d bj
a huge Menot kindled by
li,. lint! membei s ol ssah in
oration ol Israel anniversar>.
'I aking par' in tic eremonj. con-
ducted b) Rabbi Kronish, were
the Mi -dame- Joseph Ash, Samuel
Heckiiinan. Ben Bruit. Eva Blum.
Jack Carner, Sonia Danovitz, Max
F I a 1 k of t. Sam Puchs, Morns
Hum h. Sam l.uihinan. Joseph
Lipton, Tessie l.ut. A, J. Molasky,
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Sessions ot Beth David Sister-
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vjewlst fkrldttar
Friday, May 28, 1965
Recently-installed officers of the newly-formed
Atlantic Shores Chapter of Women's Ameri-
can ORT are seated (left to right) Mesdames
Martin Lodge, financial secretary; Seymour
Rubin and Hvman Rottenberg, vice presidents;
So! Feldrr.an. president, South Florida Reaion.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Harry
Teplitz and Charles Steingold, secretaries;
Michael Matson. parliamentarian: Abe Rosen,
treasurer; Herbert Alpert, vice president; Ja-
cob Glassman, sponsor; and Georqe Rand,
vice president.
B'nai Raphael Congregation Announces
Appointment of Mrs. Sa!m as Director
r< H nnah S a 1 m has
1 director of B
Raphai ation. Mrs S
\ duties i>i
Saim serve as
: Temple Beth El
v : exe<
n Park Ten
. i 'ark nd assi
1 Sina "'.
ation
the Na
on
Xatioi
, on 1 Ten
inistr 11 nan of ]
nt foi : in
Chil li Sen ice of E\
hi i iti inal chairman >l
til ues fcr the Nati
1 ration f Tempi'1 Sisterh 1
Council Women
In Orientation
,.. 1 ncil of Jewish Wo
men, Greater Miami Section, held
1!- annual leadership training and
rii atatio pro ram on Wed
day at Temple Israel Presi
is Mrs William 1 Brenner
. theme was Comrnunica-
ons." and plenarj sessions were
i>> Mrs Startle; Myers
tional vice president; Mrs. Sid
in \ Lewis ."l Mrs Varon Fair,
i oth national board members;
1 Mrs Raymond Rubin, Section
: president
secretarj Vat Fed
Temple Sisterho 1 Is;
\ nal Speakers Bu-
reau at nal Fi leration ol I
ind I'nion ol Amer-
ican Hebrew Conpregal
-i 11 airman
il \ > Jev -h '
ind mi mber ol the Execu
live C immittee of I'SO I
(he Fifth Servici 1 nma
: War II.
\ announced hj the
at 1101 \v. I83i I Si
the election ol Harrj Hau
1 resident of B'nai Raphael, M
elected were Alex Jarel exi -u
live ice president. ; I ld-
in-; vice president; Wilbur
Heine second ice pi 1 si lenl -
.1 Miller, treasurer; Ethel Simon,
responding secretarj Norman
E(brand, financial secretarj an I
Mrs Phyllis Garberg, recording
secret
1) 1 r e c tors a r e A r n o I >l
Miller, Merle Litman, Barney Gor
enstein, Bernard N'issman, Sj Feir
1 stadt. In i ng Cohen, Jerrj
Greenfield, Ben Shapiro, Arthur
Zimmerman, Martin Amster,
Emanuel Brow n, Hyman Rubin,
Jerrj Cole, Howard Hart man. Stu-
art Wagner, Jerrj Sormenschein,
Henrj Max. Mac Marks, Murraj
Raben Bruce Morgan, Kay Seftall,
Sid Danoff. and Mr- Harry Hau-
man. president "i Sisterho Spiritual leader ol
': ) Rabbi Ha
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Fashion League
Picks Helen Baum
As New Officer
Helen Baum, who neads her own
public relations tirni. has been
elected secretary-treasurer of the
National Home Fashions League
at a national conference hold last
week in Chicago.
Olga Gordon, Of Philadelphia.
was reelected president and Edna
Rymal Cox, of Los Angeles, was
named vice president of the na-
tional organization, which boasts
a member hip of 1.500 profession-
al women
Mrs. Baum represented the Flor-
ida Chapter at the conference on
the national Board of Directors
. vice president in charge of edu-
cation Prior to that, she served
two term- as president of the state.
h ide group
she i- a press affiliate m< mbec
: the Fl rida Ch ipl r v
[nstil iti '1 Intel i Designers,
and a member of the Public Rela-
of Vm erica
Vttei the i


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in
Mi i Mrs
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HELEN BAUM
Mind'.in to be Speaker
i lot
Floi '


Phi Sig Alums
To Meet on Bench
Man

cl Mrs Me-,.,
R. ya \vt
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MRS. HANNAH S.'.LM
City of Hope
Installations Held
Joint installation of the Miami
Beach and Robyn Tubin Chapters
<>f City of Hope was held May 22
at the Deauville Hotel
Headed hy Mrs Cj Tubii Pit-
sky, president. Miami Beach Chap
ter slate include- Mes lames Jack
Greenberg, Harriet Edwards Duki
Ranter, Irvini Hoffi Harraj Kas
lan, vice presidents: Irving Tan
her. treasurer; Max \mhowiti
rles Mintz, Al ( line Al Gi
bard. William Arbor, Era Rosi
feld, David Weiss, set
Daniel Piver, histoi iar Bei nard
Goldfinger, Bernard lloffn
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Larry Paskow, godfather
Officers of the Robyn Tubin
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Zimmerman Rebeci a
Arthur Tubin, Abra n So iwaj
Lee Lipkin e | is; irvim
Stekin, Louis El I
Wolf, seen I ai ies W i Kosol
sky, treasurer Philip Kaskell
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Plasky, honorary
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*Je*lsi> tkr/f/tr
Paqe 3-B
Socialite ... Ly SsaLcl Cf
Continued from Pag* IB
at a musvale and travelogue ses-
sion earlier this month .
Wearing traditional native cos-
tume, Asako Totnlta, Japanese
mezzo-soprano, offered a reper
toire of Krenc h, Hebrew and
Japanese songs, with pianist-
coach Esther Barrett as accom-
panist Guiding angel for the
evening was Ruth Brotman. her-
self a well-known lyric colora-
tura soprano Guests from the
world ot miMic were Mana Zucca.
internationally-known pianist and
composer, with husband Irwin
C'assel, Jane EJ|hejr, Raoul Spi-
vak and wife Louisa, Mr. and
Mrs. Russel Inland. Florence
Kutzen, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
S< rin, Nora and N'ico Feldman.
Celia Landis, Mrs. Morris Levin.
Nana Schakert. Evelyn Koppel-
ni.m Also Helen Alpert. au-
thor. Phoebe Morse. Dr. Jerome
and Dr Shirley Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs Alexander Kogan. Rhoda
Levine, Lionel Cassel, and Her-
man Binder.

Married ,'wi years, Mr and Mrs
Jack Auerbach will be guests of
honor Sunday in the Louis I'hil-
hppe Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel when their children. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Auerba.h and
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Seymour Lakin.
entertain for them .
A festive Bas Mitzvah celebra-
tion for daughter Marcia planned
by parents. John and Frieda Gav
i.i- Sunda) evening at the Red
Lion Restaurant The party 1-
for Marcia's friends, and she
seems to have a lot of them 35
subdebs expected.
* *
Here to celebrate the Bar Mitt
vaii of brother Douglas D. Strut
ton. hi- sister Elizabeth, who
will have a Bachelor Of Science
degri e from Columbia University
in New York City come June .
Also arriving to honor the son of
the Alan (J Strattons, Mr. and
Mrs Leo L Tauritz. Manhat-
tan .
Miami Food executive Erwin
Stern and wife Fran, traveling
abroad until the end of June,
storing up impressions for re-
telling on their return Last
heard from, they were in Switzer-
land .
A JCong. Meeting Slated Tuesday
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president
South Florida Council, American
Jewish Congress, will meet with
the Executive Committee of the
Council on Tuesday noon at the
Standard Club.
Chairman of the Commission on
Law and Social Action. Bernard
S. Mandler. will give a special re-
port on the Church-State aspects
of the Equal Opportunity Program.
In addition, there will be a re-
port on the current discussion re-
Banting the proposed constitution-
al amendments on legislative re-
apportiooment.
Participating in the meeting will
im Rabbi Jonah K. Caplan. Jack
D c. irdon Mrs David Muskat.
\I: Joseph N'evel, Mr Bernard S.
Mandler, Mrs Harvey E. Kramer,
- Kipper, Mrs, Irving
Kaplan. Mrs. LeoC. Steinberg. Mrs.
Harold Jaffer. Mrs. Anna Bren
ner Meyers. Mr. Bernard Segal.
Mrs Leonard Sidersky. Rabbi Max
D. Lipschitz, Mrs. Joseph Albu-
querque. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, Mrs.
Sy Reese. Mr. Henry Gilbert, Mrs.
Irving Quartin. Rabbi Richard M.
E. Marcovitz, Mr. Abraham A.
CrunhiU. Miss Lillian Goodman.
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlae. Mrs.
Harold Druker. and Howard Hol-
lander.
rove
Sweet -ixteen Jennie Ava
Weiss will be feted at a birthday
party Saturday night at Chand-
ler'a Her parents, Essie and
Sam Weiss, planning the affair
in their daughter s honor.

Friday is I) for Departure Day
for Ann and Israel Teitch, leav-
ing nil the SS Shalom for a
month's stay m Israel A past
president of Mizrachi, Ann will
particularly look up that organi-
zation's new project there, as
well as paying a second visit to
relatives Next leg of the
journey will be London, where the
Tckclus have family, and a
month sightseeing in England,
Scotland, Sp a i n, Sv itzerland,
Portugal before the tup home
on the Santa Maria Before
leaving. Ann was tendered a
luncheon at the Seville by Mr>
Sam Jacobs and was also honored
guest with husband Israel at a
dinner party hosted by the Mor-
ris Brafmans.
* a m
Another couple jetting across
the Atlantic, with Israel their
destination. Miami Beachites
Sarah and Morris Crist, return-
ing to that country after 52 years
. High point will be reunion
with her brother there The
one-month vacation plans also
allow for a first trip to Italy for
the couple .
A good long look behind the
Iron Curtain countries for Lil
and Murray Shaw seeking new
sights and sounds for their sixth
time abroad Leaving June 4
on the Rotterdam, they'll have
English-speaking guides to steer
them around Amsterdam, Prague,
Warsaw. Bucharest, Sophia, Bel-
grade. Budapest and Vienna .
In Salzburg, they'll start a motor
COMPLETELY
NEW AND
SUPERIOR
Chef
BOV.AR'Dli
spaghetti sau^
MARINARA
KOSHER
\
MORRISOrVSCHIFF
"THE GOOD FRANKFURT"
HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
tour of Switzerland with Inncs-
brook, the scene of a nasty acci-
dent several years ago in which
Lil suflered a broken leg, of par
ticular interest The Shaws
wish to see again the nurses who
were so kind during her hospital
stay Sometime in August,
they'll land in England and then
embark for home.
* *
Estellc and Milton Wand, who
have celebrated all their wedding
anniversaries at Chandler's, were
presented with a special cake by
owner Lou Rubin on the occasion
ot their fifth recently Guests
at the dinner party were Mr and
Mrs. Harold Lewis, of Hollywood
Beach, and Mrs. Anna Wand.
Miami Beach .
Houseguesting at the Miami
Beach home of her parents. Mr
and Mrs. Leo Luria. Renee and
Bob Leopold spent a week in the
familiar surroundings of their
former hi metown Gathering
as many of their friends a- p ^
Sible, brother Leonard and wile
Gloria Luria entertained for the
Leopolds at a get-together in
their South Dade home .
Summer social calendar at
Westview Country club being
launched with a dinner dance
on Sunday marking Decoration
Day Other dates to be
marked, according to Richard E.
(Di.ki Deutch. Entertainment
At last! A margarine
with all three .
1. 100o DAIRY FREE
2. LIQUID MAZOLA
CORN OIL
3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA
MAZOLA
MARGARINE
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poa o*iric i
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t fooo not**

Buono?...it's
Geshmakste!
Whether you describe it in Italian
or Jewish, this great sauce is the
tastiest-the recipe of seafaring
Italian folk. Now, Chef-Boy-Ar-
Dee gives you an authentic ver-
sion of Sauce Marinara-with big
pieces of Italian-style plum toma-
toes, rich and zesty with onions,
berbf, spues and olive oil. For
spaghetti, noodles and rice,
meats, fish and egg dishes-it'i
flesnmakste...and meatk ssl
NEW 1 LB. GLASS JAR
There was a young jockey named Kirby
Whose ambition was winning the Derby.
When he drank all his milk
After donning his silk
He ran first on a longshot named Herbie.
LIMERICK-WRITING MILK DRINKERS, ARISE !
Dash off a milk limerick (or several) that's
original and clever. If it's a good one. we'll
feature it (during June-is-Dairy-Month) in
newspapers and/01 en radio 01 well he.nl-
'me your name on ( na of our famous milk
biMboards. All mericka should be mailed
in before Midnin'it 31, 1965 and
become the property of Southeast Florida
Dairy Institute Send as many limericks as
you like P .re to include your name,
address, occupation and I ,ite num-
ber of glasses ot milk you drink each day If
you neither drink write limericks.
this be r'>e time to start doing boll) ?
Committee chairman, are July 3,
New England CishOUt: July 4. buf-
fet and fireworks; Aug. 7, new
clubroom hou.sewarn.ing; Sept.
5. Labor Day Jamboree: Sept.
6, Family Fun; Oct. 23. Fall Fes-
tival dinner dance; Mov 20
mal season opening
w -jr a >
about
gathered for you
Miriam Field
Miracle on Second Avenue:
I or ) cars people hav t been say _
ihai Yiddish is dying it not d
so I happily report a remarks
phenomenon. Weekend al
weekend tor o\er m\ motv -
20.000 New Yorkers (your colu -
nist among them) have flocked
the Jewish \ illagc t heater on I
4venue anil 6th Street to appla
Yiddish film classics 11 nglish s
titles!) and lively 'l iddish re*.
The old movies, set m "the i
country," are particular!) movi _
CL'h.u did the Romans cat or _i
Roman holiday Possibi) chopi
herring. Centuries ago. in anc
Rome, the gourmet Apicius o -
cocted such a dish. But I th. Ik
you'll prefer my version of
tangy appeti/er:
CHOPPED HERRING
8 ounces schmaltz herring fillets
2 hard cooked eggs
Vi cup grated onion a cup vinega'
l cup fine bread crumbs
2 tbsps. Planters Oil 1 tbsp. sugi-
( hop herring and egg- MSfKlj. Aid
grated onion, vinegar, bread erum>>.
Planters Peanut Oil and sugar. Mir
in combine, (hill. Makes 2 cups.
" H hat moisture is it.' asked She i,
fairest of women, "that doe* i I
i.'i \. end from the loads, nor doe- it
gu I
it is sweeter than honey and at
> times n /> hui, i Rep
S omon, who had chosen visa
wealth I fa -< an the u
tluit come from the heart ofn
li hen he weeps fot foy, the .
..i tweet and when he weeps >
the tears ai bitter."
C*,> king Solomon in J(
Queen of Sheba hn
> an laden with gems and sp .
ma> be even col ee. \ oi .
that coffee grew in I thio
(.000 yeai ago v oi our ki
c him no riddles Greet h
with a lov ingsmilean<
rich Instani i has & Santv
i \v hy, he II feel he was
wisest of men to many such a I
little homemakcr
SEND LIMERICKS TO: MILK, Box 11. Miami 45. Florida
Mm! MORE MOCHA MAGIC!
I ramform a Royal Instant v anilla i r
l hocolate Pudding into no
.ui ring mocha treatmipiv i>> a.;-
ins ; u-.isp.Mins ol < has* Sanh i
Insianl Coffee. Il's very giHHl!
Is there a new l>ah\ m th,
I u'i landmark in tin life o
Ji >, ish child can !><' n ora\ J in I
beguiling "Our B,i/>\" hook p
dated b} the Sational Worn
I, ague ot the l niled S i mtgogm
America It'sabab) shower gift
charm the proud mama < parti, uh
if the little newcomer m Her /;>
PEANUT PYRAMIDS
1 egg
*< cup brown sugar, fimly packe:
1'* cups unsitted Raul
1.- tsp baking soda a tsp tilt
\i cup Planters Oil 2 tsps vami a
I cup chopped
Planters Cocktail Peanuts
Beat cm: blend in sugar. < oml>
Hour, baking soda and sail. Mi\ ii
egj mixture allernalely with Plain.
Pt anul Oil. Slir in vanilla and chopped
Planters ( ocklail Peanuts. Drop b]
leaspanmfuls onto lighilv oiled hak
(kect. liakeal 373 I H la lllminules.
or until done. Makes about .VI.
Cl'hy do gourmel Jewish coi
..os with Planters Oil? Because
it the most delicate ot today's
light poly unsatura ted oils, Because
it's kosher. Because it's parve. \\
do gourmel Jewish >.i>oks cook
with Planters Oil? raste their ma -
.- meichulim and you'll kno-.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS IXCL'JSN:
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT
YOUNG HOMEMAKER
COUTHlAl' rx.cn-CK !*,> IHftTITUH
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Friday. May 23, 1955
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... ^Awvoitt people and f laces ...
AN INVITATION TO MY LIBERATION
Joanie Baron sent oul vit lions to a big
blast in honor ol her liberation: a most differ -
.- 1 w > 1 : sayli "thank you" to her friends
and co-workers m ORT on the daj she went oul
of office as president of Southeastern Florida
Region, and Florence (Copperman*came in as
president, it was .1 jay partj with Joanie's bus-
1 uis, being the most delighted 01 all in
getting inck his wife Guests included Cynthia
.ind Sidnej Kn nish, Sydelle and Dick Herschfeld,
Henn) and Harold Schneider, Diane and Daniel
Seal Heller, Lee and .'-irk Fils, Joyce and Jack
Fishmam, Joan and Jenrtd Fishbein, Lela and
Fred Bill, Ruth and Joseph Wilkes, Cynthia and
Irving Greene, Doris and Leonard Lavine, Auli-
taruth and Max Schemer, and Barbara and N'or-
man Segal.
OUR BEST TO YOU
Mondaj night Is sororit) meeting night Bnb-
by 1 Mis Storman) Brown, advisor to the Alpha
Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsllon Phi at the Univer
sitj of Mi; :". gave a dinner for the chapter In
rority rooms in the Panhellenlc Building.
The seven pledges carried around white rosebuds
-to help them L-et ,< .' grades m their exams
the next day" A shower was given for Ellen
Winer and Lenore Frank who will be married
during the summer. The ^ift> were opened
Installed as president of Mollie Kahaner S:sterhood for a third
Mrs St -" n accepts qavcl frc-rr. Dr. M. A. Lipsrhitz,
;>5r of Beth Torah Congregation. Slate for 1965-
56 aiso includes Mesdarr.es Ben Kcrp, Burton Young, vice
idents; Louis Foster, Max Bres-
v Martin rd Sneider, secretaiies.
Social Club Has Theatre Party
\ rtments Wo Presidenl 1- Mrs Gertrude Solo
Mrs Barne> Hershman is
parl conut G ove chairman of the Entertainment
1 use on Sati rdaj al 1 rw on 1 1 mmittei
among delighted squeals Judge Marj B Gross
man. a national \lpha Epsiton Phi honorary who
recent !> retired from the bench in Cleveland
after :;n years of service, spoke to the girls about
- me ol her experiences (luring her fr.i as "Hard
Boiled Marj The huge cake was cut, hands were
joined, and the Alpha Epsilon Phis who are
known tor their lack of singing voices, rendered
the traditional "Our Best to You A fen tear-
were shed. __,.
TOP BILLING CAROL KIRSH
Ethel da and Dr. David Kirsh have three
daughters, Andrea, Carol and Medellne, Grand
parents, the Irving Gladstones, have been anx
iously awaiting the Hme when the girts would
be old enough to take to Europe Two years ago,
Andrea went with them on a trip through North
era Europe, Now it is Carol's turn, and -he left
two weeks ago with her grandparents for Hol-
land, Austria and middle Europe, Carol took
along her Seoui uniform as she expects to visit
our Chalet" in Adelboden, one ol the two Girl
Scout chalets, the other being in Mexico Carol
wore her Scout hat so it wouldn't gel crushed,
putting a pin on it and keeping the insignia if<
in her p ckei Madeline 1- onlj eight she lias
to wait a while for her nun
Frances Lehman
Subtly-Seasoned
Beef Ragout
Who likes stew Ei erj one
wh( n it's cooked this subtl> sea
soned w a oseman and baj
It's sui e to l come one of
fami 5 lav01 !!< dinm 1
Beef Ragout
cup flour
ioon sail
1 8 teaspoon pepper
2 pounds round or chut K
heel'. CUl 111 C
1 4 cup Planters Peanut Oil
1 cup water
i tablespoons salt
1 tablespoi n chopped parsley
2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 1 umblcd
l teaspoon rosemarj
1 teaspoi n round popper
poui mushrooms, slit < d
2 cups thinly sliced onions
1 Clip sill I ;., .
Combine flour,
and 1 8 teaspoon pepper, Dro
cubes in flour mixture Heat
ters Peanut Oil in a Dutch
nveii Brown meat in hot P
1 nl Add wat< r, l tablespoon*
-alt. parsli v minced garlic, baj
1 tea spoon
ind pepper, < ovet. sin 1 1
about l hours or until meal is
tender .stir oci asionall) Add
ihrooms, onions ai pep
per (niik an additional 10 n
utes 11 gravj is too thin, sprinkle
l tablespoon Hour over mixture:
blend well Serve over noodles 6
to 8 sen ings, r j
^t^t
('nth*
ocean at
imami beach
A new standard of
elegance on Miami
Beach. Superbly
planned and executed
weddings, luncheons,
business meetings
... ranging from
10 to 1000.
OR
< /n a miaml
country dub
setting
Spaciousness is the
keynote of your affair
amidst the plushncss of
the Doral CounUy Club.
Weddings, confirmations,
banquets are enhanced
by the country club atmos-J
phere of this resort-estaie.
For complrie details, phase call
Mr. David Kovoc, Director of Food and Beveragt
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
JE 2-3600
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BALKIM CH
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Gilbert J. BaQdn Chaptei B nai B'rith Women, helc
installation on May 12. Left to right are Mis. Kennet!
outgoing president; Mrs. Nat Levy, past president, Br '
tnct 5; Mrs. Sam Kurland, District Chapter consultant, v
ducted the installation ceremony; and Mrs. Micho
new president.
fTi
Marathon Stake
At Flagjer Kennel
Second round in the Flagler Ken
nel Club's $6,000 Marathon Cham
pionshtp -take comes up Saturdaj
with a quartet of distance running
ning stars from the Lea Cole and
Happy StUtJ Kennel- as the likclv
favorites after brilliant first round
victories lest week.
With th.....iginal field of :;> now
reduced to 16, the marataoners
will go to the |K>s; m two separate
races over the 7 Hit d- mile cour-e
Saturdaj.
Winner, in the qualif- tng round
re Coli in Mi morj and Ti
Stroemer and Stutz' Western
Fleece and Originals. Terfy STroe
l.ier and Western Fleece bad Iden
tical times ol 16.0, while ln Mem
and ongtnata matched (6 i
performances
After Saturday's semi finale ac-
tion, the field win ik. redo ed to
eight for the -takes RlMta on June
The Marathon is the first of a
lei of major .went- which will
provide -take- racing ,.,; .(.
Isadore Hecht's Phtgktr track ev.
erj week throughoul the summer
''i ST.
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SO^&fc
I A
til
Have that
ss Meeting.
Banquet, or
(pecial Occasion

You'll find complete
facilities to ecctly satisfy
your needs in he Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyot Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private parly I
It th
for IrHormjtrlont
HAZEL ALLISON
Calarlna Director,
JE 14061
Mr. SI. Collins Av.


Friday. May 28. 1965
+Jelsti fhridHnr
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Mrs, Rosen
*Makes History
Via Satellite
Little iiiv Rosen president of the He
u Academj Women, dream
t',*t -he would make Watorj vvhei
-he i>'it for New York laal Sun laj
But Mondaj morn rig, -;'> was
the very "first" t<> purchase ..
masterpiece i the Barl] Bin
television satellite.
'lin- auction, hel in New York's
Parke-Bernel galleries, was
Ihe lir>t auction ever held from
the m reen i f the satelite Mr- Ro-
sen bid $.">6. Pi gas, "Trois Dansei m
Mrs, Rosen said thai although
she is ~~ t s 11 l>lir. oj television and newspaper cam
eras, the thrill of experiencing
tins scientific artistic experi-
ment and being the very lu-t to
claim such fame will never be for
gotten."
Mrs Hosen will unite .ill ||< brew
\i-.iif my Women <<> ;. >imh'ih! show-
ing of the masterpiece which will
i<> ^hipped air expreea to Miami
tn t* dlaplayed in the Collectors
Gallery on Biscayne Mwl
Emma Lazarus
Holds Installation
i inn i Lazarus Chapter. B'nai
ith, h e I (I its installation on
T u e s d a y evi I iH
Washington Ave.
Incoming president, Mrs In
4ei bi rl was inducted b) Mrs
Ihur Hi rowitz
Chairman for the evening was
Miss Edith Simmons
Roosevelt Lodge
Award Night
I. -evelt I. > d l G KnigtltS 0|
Pythias, hel.I .in award proem,!
tuui Monday evening it Pythian
Hall
B.n'ry Broad- who spoke on
"The Prospects for My Genera
.in at toe recent Knights
I'ythiai 20th annual public speak
rig cootest, was presented with a
r. for fir-t pla4 e
Representing Roosevelt
Rarrj also won first place at the
i, and Lodge t on ention held
cintly at the Seville Hotel Prixe
n the State contest is .. $100 Sa
v ingS 11 O II an Jack Rosenblatt, ci ntel
chairman, and Abe Michaelson.
chant i Uor commander <>t the lodge.
Vying for u>i> scholarship award
.ot 12,000, Ban*) will next compete
Pin Gulfpoti Miss and in the ft-
to Ih- held hi Birmingham.
Ala
Religious School
Teachers Feted
Temple Beth Km honored teach
it. in the weekend Religious and
Hebrew Schools last week
Special tribute was paid ti> Mrs
ll ,: i i principal ol
Ihe Religious School, and its di-
rei tor for the p iat ten years
Teachers lumored include tli<
Mestlamta Carol Heller, Barbara
Bull in, Fn-cilla Pe r r y. Bertha
Raskin, Ruth Kaufman Annette
Kami. Sam Hollander. Dorothy
Herman. Hulph GomoHrtaky, Leon
Fishi r, Lawrence Annis, Mooa
Goldstein, Belt) Traurig, Jen*)
K.it/en, Florence Birchansky, Mr
and Mrs Norman Singer
Uso Mesdames lean Probinsky,
Jerome BdWoaon, Phyllis 7'mm9,
Pauline Potamkin, Cell Wayne.
Calie Lots, Hay Ski i>. Raj Ber
nan. Ruth Paokk. Joan Ossip,
Marshall Fisher Mum Osman. lr-
win Marshall. Harold MermeUtetat
,ii d Han Ia-\ ii
At the recent installation luncheon of Is-
lander's Chapter of Women's American ORT
at the Roney Plaza Hotel are seated (left to
right) Mrs. Herman Glasser, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Morris Lipp, vice president;
Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard and Mrs.
Richard; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president
Deemars Will
Mark Anniversary
Mr .and Mrs. isidor Deemar, of
Chicago and :u8n Baj Dr Surfside,
v ill I'elchrate their ."with wedding
anniversary on Sunday June 6.
at the Sheraton Blackstone Hotel
in Chicaf
To help them celebrate the oc-
i ision will tie then children and
eight grandchildren
Mr Deemar has been in the real
. Mate business -nice 1918. H*
:. member ol Ihe Chicago Heal
Estate Board, as well as the Cov-
enant Club, Anshe Kmet Temple
in Chicago and Temple Ncr Tainid
Surfside He is .!'-" a men ber of
B'nai B'rith, Zionist Organization
and i he Mas nic i irder
He was sele< led as Man of the
\ r bj Temple Ner Tumid last
March
t> mil"
of Southeast Region of ORT; Mrs. Leo Gross,
chapter president. Standing are Mrs. Mark
Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Rudolph Kram-
er, recording secretary; Mrs. Isadore Grue.
vice president; Mrs. Murray Mandell, financ-
ial secretary; Mrs. Saul Haber and Mrs. Abbe
Lane.
Or. Prim on Radio
Dr Joachim Prinz, president oj
the American Jewish Congress, and
chairman of the President's Con
ference of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations, "ill be featured
m this week's "Agenda for Ac-
tion" radio series Sunday. 5 p.m..
over station WMIE. Dr Prinz will
speak on Hou New is the New
Germany?"
Women's League
Slates 'Coffee1
Metro Dade League ol Won en
Voters will welcome prosp I \
members and friends at a mew
bership coffee next W Inesday,
10 a.m.. in the .Ionian Marsh Aud-
itorium.
An original skit, "Come Join the
League with me." written by Vot-
ers Service chairman, Mis Mar
rill Taubh. and co-author. Mrs.
William R Ah in. and featuring
Mrs Howard Hirsch. Mrs Mau-
rice Klynn. Mrs Clayton Charles,
Mrs Abe Friedman, Mrs Allen
Bornstein. Mrs Albeit Green, Mrs.
Norman F.liot. Mrs Taub and Mrs
Miles Chenault, will depict in song
and music what the League of
Women Voters bas accomplished
during the past -jo years
Guests will be welcomed by
president. Mr- Howard Nelson,
and by members ol the board
MR. AND MRS. DttMAR
Sugarine Familiar
On Dining Tables
Watching the waistline? Doctor
told you to lost' weight?
in either case, your job is going
to be a loi easier, thanks to a pro
duet called Sugarine
Sugarine is the best known of
all calorie-free liquid sweeteners
From coast to coast it's rapid!)
becoming a familiar sight on the
dining tables Of homes and res
and in the kitchens
t'nlike must heat producing,
calorie laden sweetening agents.
Sugarine keeps you cool, cant add
even one small ounce to the waist
line It's flavor is light and bright,
not heavy or ) rupj
It dissolves instantly in liquids,
so there's no problem ol undis-
solved wastes on the bottom ol
cups or glasses \ mere three
drops sue.'ten- coffee or tea The
popular, four-ounce bottle contains
sufficient sweetening power for
more than Tiki cups ol coffee or
tea
And it's a true delight, too. m
the kitchen I se it wherever
'sweetness alone is requiredcus-
Ulds, sherbets, cereals, pudd-
ings ill can be made, deliciousl)
so with Sugarine
All leading grocers stock
Sugarine Reach for it in the
SUgar and dietic section- next
time you -hop S.'l.
New JWVA Unit
Installs Officers
New l> formed Four Freedom
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans,
u a s instituted a n d officers in-
stalled last week in the -oilal hall
oi the Fout Freedoms Hou-.'
Installing officers were Mrs
Louis Deutsch, department presi-
dent. Mr- Ma\ Keir. national of-
ficer; and Mrs Irving Cooperman,
department senior vice president
Slate headeil bj Mrs Sam Tan-
ahaum. president, includes Me-
dames Harrj Bloomfield, Bertha
WOSkoff, WCe president-. Ma\
Chernoff, chaplain. Arnold Holzer,
conductress; Irving Henken, patri
oiie instructress; Andrew Hersbin.
treasurer; 1. uis Jaffe, secretary;
Charles Siegel, historian and pub-
licity Simon B. Moskow, guard;
lay Strumpf. musician. Ben Corn,
telephone chairman
II ISC A V X I T i: K II \ c i:
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FACING BISCAYNE BAY
"WHIM THf STABS AND HtAVIN JOIN YOUR ffST/V/T/'S"
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* WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS
* BANQUETS RECEPTIONS
ir LUNCHEONS MEETINGS
CATERING
Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
IT WAS A
SMASHING
SUCCBSSf
WHAT WAS 7
BETTYS
AFFAIR
AFFAIR?
AT THE
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ROOF
For Elegant Functions
;omp'ete Catenng Fac.lil.os lor that Special
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BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tele .tele or gal. celebration -.th 3.SOO u..ti.
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^^^^ OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
QDeauville
^^ PHONE: UN 5-8511
NATURALLY,
DARLINGI
HCharles Miller. Executive food Director
S,-. .il ,iH.nrs tare better at
the Everglades. Weddings,
parties, confirmation*, club
gatherings everything I
. i s-p'b banqjet and
Ung rooms even Ihe
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T-adilional food and *' .
if reQunedl
special rates for gioups over 40
paiking included!
Cill our Chtrae d Af'urts (ClUrin
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AT THE MEW
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tVasterfully prepared cuisine and
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They are unequalled in the^r profession.
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1 wedding ... a Bar Mitzvah*... i business
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best function you've ever hadl
A Sirkin Family Ir.tererlae
0CNM0NT COLLINS WNuT NC LINCOLN ROAD Mill


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fjewisti Hcrknar
Friday, May 28. 1965
We
the
Women
WOMAN CF THE WEEK
Ruth Zion Dubbin may well be considered a native
Floridian. Her family, moving here from New York in 1911,
was one ol the first four Jewish families in Miami. Ruth's
Father, Mcrris Zion, founded the B'nai Zion Temple, which
later became Peth David.
Ruth married Judge Albert Dubbin before he was a
lawyer and right alter she graduated from Miami High
School. They wen; to Nashville. Tenn.. and lived on (loud
Nine; while Albert studied law at Lebanon, Ruth found a
job in a ladies' ready-to-wear store
The Dubbins have four chil-
dren: Murray, who is married to
Helene, and has four boys; Sandra,
married to Dr. Alfred Viener. with
two boys and a girl; Bonnie, the
wife of Gerald Askovvit/; and Rob.
in. their "war baby" born while
Albert was in service. Robin is now
,i student at the University of Mi-
ami
The war seemed endless to
Ruth, with AIIhti serving four
years as provost marshal! in a
troop carrier command. His family
tried to spend as much time with
hun as possible. Ruth was the av-
erage housewife with four kids un-
:il 1936. when her husband de-
Cided the time had come for her to step out of her house-
wife's job. So she ran as a tmmitteewoman tor the Dade
County Democratic Committee and served Uiree separate
times. Ru:h had participated in charity drives, including
Combined Jewish Appeal, sang in the White Temple and
Beth David Choirs, and was president of Delta I'hi Bpsi-
Ion Mothers Club when her eldest daughter was in college.
The Dubbins have lived in their house on South Miami
Avenue for 25 years, and Ruth says with a smile that she
has been on every list in town for collecting monies for
drives. Ever since Junior Hadassah days. Ruth has had an
intense interest in Hadassah, and last week she was in-
stalled as group president of the Torah Group for the sec-
ond year.
For the ;;* years of her married life. Ruth has been in-
cluded in her husband's activities They like the same
things, among them, traveling to far-away places it was
Turkey last summer They do more traveling now that the
chiidi(. are grow n
Due of Ruth's hobbies is playing the violin. She played
first violin in the Miami Philharmonic Orchestra tor ten
year- but n w only plays for her own enjox ment Being the
wife of a Judge has brought many interesting people into
Ruth's life One of the highlights was u hen Albert sen ed as
an alternati a) the Nation I Democratic Convention in Los
Angel s the year Presideni Kennedy was nominated, and
she sat in lerj with Eleanor Roosevelt and Vincent
Pri< > during the V; Ste n demonstration.
Living with \ erl Ruth His first con-
cern i| yo I'd see them I
it's evident B round her husl
Idren of w h m she is justly pr i
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n-iit of their daughter, Joan
Eileen, to Norman Ciment, son ol
Mr. and Mrs Jack Ciment, 1026
Euclid Ave.
The bride elect, who attended
Miami Peach Senior High, gradu-
ated from the Universitj of Miami
with a Bachelor of Education de-
gree After teaching in the elemen-
t. ry SChO is Of Chicago, she In-
cline a faculty member in Dade
County, starting in February this
year.
Mr. Ciment, a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High, continued his
i ducation at the University of Mi
ami, where he received a BBA and
1 IB. He was a meml>er of Tail
Kpsilon I'hi and Tan Delta Phi le
gal fraternity He is presently a
I partner in the law firm of drover
and Ciment, Miami Beach. Active
in civic affairs he is a member of
MISS GAIL KIBIR
Mrs. Felber Tells
Gail's Betrothal
Mrs jack Felber, of 3061 SW 19th
Ter.. announces the engagement
of her daughter, <;ail Marilyn, to
Kibert Epstein, son of Mr and
Mrs. Jacob Epstein, :i24 Carvel
Ave.. Cedarhurst. L.I N V.
The future bride, daughter of the
late Jack Felber, graduated lion;
Miami Senior High, where she was
a member of National Honor So-
ciety, St ident Cornell Cabinet, and
Debs, BBG She will graduate
n tin' Universitj ol Miami in
, uly
Mr. Epstein graduated from Law-
rence High School in New N
. nd Noi theastern l 'ni\ ersity in
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Ben Shlndler, manager of the
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R oc hell e Greenberg, I llowing
their wedding Sunday, Maj lti. in
Miami Beach.
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Mr and Mrs Dave Katz, of Bel-
ire, Mil announce the engage
mem ol their daughter, Elaine
Phyllis, to Alan Louis Breitler. of
Washington, D.C., son <.f Mr and
Mrs .' ii 1 e s Breltlel. 3319 Alt >n
K.I Miami Beach
Miss Katz is a fjrad late student
at the Universitj ol Maryland ami
will receive a Master's degree in
June she is a research A&sistant
in speech and hearing ai Johns
Hi pkins Hospital In Baltimore.
Mr Breitter has ., degree In
I hysics from Florida State L'niver-
sitj and is doil Ste work
at George Washington University
a n d American Universitj He is
head of the Physics Department at
Woodn w Wilson Huh School m
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Friday. May 28. 1965
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Paqe 9-B
Barbara Yaeger
Eyes Sept. Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Yaeger.
of U30 L^nox Ave.. announce the
engagement of bheir daughter, Bar-
bara, to A. Norman Drucker, son
Of Mrs. Julius Drucker. 229 19th
SI
Miss Yaeger Is a graduate of
Miami B'a Mr. I>n;cker. an attorney, is a
graduate of the New York Military
\ ..demy L'niversitj < t w. conain
and the University of Miami Law
s. hool.
Oouplt will be married on Sept.
4 a: the Fontainebleau.
Kay, Lieberman
Plan Marriage
Mr and Mrs .Ink Kay. 1833
V.estview Dr., have announced the
moment of their daughter,
Marcia Eileen, t>> Stuart Liebcr
man, son cf Mr. and Mrs Jerome
I.iel>erman. 69 N"W 40th Ct
The future bride attends Bowling
Green State University, where -h<-
i- ..ffiliated with Omega I*hi Alpha
Sorority
Her fiance attended Tulane I'ni
veriity in Louisiana for pre-med
courses an University of Miami School of
Medicine His parents have been
Tiiemliers of Terrplc Zamora for 14
. rs.
The COUple will !>> m irried Dec.
n Toledo, o
Marianne Serbin
To Wed August
Mr. and Mrs Lewis I Serbin.
S i West Mi I.ido Dr. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Marianne, to Laurence Fried-
man.
Tin- future bridegroom i the son
.' Mrs Sidne) Friedman, Phila-
delphia Pa. and the late Mr
\ edman. He is a graduate of the
\\ hart on School.
\ii>s Serbin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High and attended Mi
and Wisconsin Universities
She is now doing public relations
serbin. Inc.. in New York City
\n August wedding is planned
he l IfOthed couple
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Mrs Harold Felilman. of Flam
ingo Chapter. B'nai P.'nth Women,
was to be installed president of
the B'nai B'rith Women Council
of Miami at 8 p.m. ceremonies
Thursday at the Skyways Motel
Other officers who were to be
installed to the helm ol the or
ganixation representing nine chap-
ters includes Mcsdames I.ouis
Zeger, West Miami Chapter, ways
and means vice president; Robert
Gross, Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter,
membership vice president;
Arthur Passman. Coral Gables
chapter, treasurer; Kenneth Her
man. Gilbert J. Balkin. recording
secretary; Mark Fuchs, Shalom
Chapter, corresponding secretary;
and David Sachs. Coral Cables
Chapter, counselor
Ansel Wittenstein, president of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, was to install
the new officers. Invocation was
to be by Mrs David Sherper, past
president, and benediction. Mrs
Nat Levy, past president of Dis
trie! 5, B'nai BTith Women.
Mrs Robert Gross was to serve
as chairman, and Mrs Michael
Light, co chairman
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their annual installation cf offi-
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Mrs. Murray I.avrant. president
of the Greater Miami Council, of-
ficiated at both events
Biscay ne Chapter met at a
luncheon in the Carillon Hotel.
Their officers are president. .loan
Leader; vice president, ways and
means, Adrianne Feigels; vici
president. membership, .loan
Weiss; recording secretary, Iris
Furman; corresponding seen tary,
Marilyn Sobel; financial secretary,
Karen Budowsky; treasurer. Ber-
ime Diamond: chaplain. Barbara
Pearlman; and honorary trustee.
Ida Miller.
Biscayne Chapter honored mem-
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$50 each for the hopsital. with spe-
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who has raised S500.
Flamingo Chapter held its an-
nual installation at the Surfside
Community ("enter.
Officers for the forthcoming
year are president. Mrs Murray !
Corwin; vice president. Mrs
Arthur Silow; vice president. Mrs.
Charles Truccio; vice president.
Mrs Joseph Ribinson; vice presi-
dent, Mrs. David Brooks, record-
ing secretary, Mrs Anne Drecks
ler; corresponding secretary, Mrs
Susan Schnitzer, financial secret
ary. Mrs Ben Warhaftig. and
treasurer. Mrs. Joseph H. Silow.
Flamingo Chapter will hold its
fourth annual picnic on Sunday
at Greynolds Park at the
Kock Shelter.
Students to be Honored
(in Sunday, 11:30 a.m.. the Sis-
terhood and PTA of Temple
Emanu-El will tender a luncheon
in honor of the confirmation and
graduation classes of 1965. Stu-
dents of the sixth, seventh and
eighth grades of the Religious
School have been invited to join
in the festivities in Sirkin Hall.
Gurion Branch
Closes Season
Manuel Burstein. president, was
to conduct the Farband Ben-Gurion
Branch concluding meeting of the
e. son on Thursday evening at Far.
'.and Cultural Center, 842 Washing-
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Agenda was to list reports of
the past year's activities and ap-
pointment of a Nominating Com
mittee to prepare a slate of offi-
cers to Ik- presented at the open-
fall meeting.
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Friday, May 2P, 1SG?
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration held its -Till annual
meeting and victorj dii ner dance
Saturdaj night at the YMHA in
stalled as Federation president
araa Joseph A. Upton, For the
event, Mrs. Lipton those a gold
chiffon sheath gown ith a double
free-flowing pannier attached to
i.ni' shoulder. Clusters oi sequins
and gold bugle beads were scat-
tered over her gOWD.
Honored for three \ears BS
president was SMne) Lafcourt.
Mrs Lefcourt wore an ombre
blue silk ehitlon gown with a
matching stole, whan featured a
geometric print detailed in black
Also honored was Dr. Irving
Lehrman, and Mrs Lehman was
u gowned in silver and muted
blue lame He gi ten ieaiured a
- raighl cut fingertip-length jac
kel
Iuirs. S I Goldstein's aquama
"" rine .md gold brocade gown
and matching jacket was trim
med with ranch mink shell pink
ippliqued and embroidered lace
u as worn bj Mrs Max WeiU \
daffodil yellow ehitlon flooi-
length -hiath with in.it
t\ as'chosen by Mrs jack K.it /
man Mrs Norton Pallol wore a
w h i 11 nbbed ilk cocktail
i an emboss I [old lame,
i >wled neck blouse The wide la-
pels ol her double-breasted jac-
ket wire faced with the gold
lame.
Butck and white was the col
e inbination chosen b\ Mis
v bur Gilbert Her bateau neck
ed bod i c e was in t> lack
-:lk crepe, and her Aline skirl
i- in black and white brocade
print Oversize jet buttons down
the front of her skirt and a lime
colored satin bow at the waist
. ere inlen -tin* fashion details
Shocking pink embroideri d
Floral spra>s on white imported
lace was worn l>> Mrs Morris
Rabinowitz Her tunic -heath fea
i ired a scalli ped hi inline A sil
er-charcoal sat in brocade en
sein!)le wag seen on Mrs LaiTJ
Gilbert Her jacket was a mob
led chanel style Mr- Howard
Katzman chose an avocado and
gold lame brocade sheath and
matching jacket Porcelain blue
satin with silver lame brocade
in floor-length elegance was worn
by Mrs Samuel Beckornian Mrs.
Hairy Smith's wnite ribbon lacO
had the waist-skimming over-
bloiis<
|u|RS. Arthur Hosu-han's lloor-
" length gown featured chis
tens ot red and pink roses in a
floral-spray print on white silk
A white satin sheath with an open
a.-> metrical slash in both the
front and back of the fitted bod-
ice was worn In Mrs. Leonard
Luria. Her stole was in emerald
green silk with wld lame Mrs
Hannah Slier s ombre pink an I
avocado green silk print had i
draped V neckline trimmed with
Seed pearl lOOpj White silk
ribbed alaakine in a -heath with
matching jacket was worn b>
Mrs stanle> C M>ers Her jacket
h a d the bracelet-length sleeves
and was closed at the waist
Champagne-colored -ilk in i
iade v as selected for the e\ C
ning of dining and dancing by
Mi John Serbin I ut along thi
princess line the skirt had a fl
The brocade pattern was
embroidered with a crystal me
tallic (thread, gold bugle beads
and rhinestones Mrs D a vi d
Sernaker's white s-'k crepe gown
featured the one shoulder drape
Mr- Samuel Heiman was seen in
black chiffon with the traditional
bouffant skirt.
|y|RS. Inez KriT.sky wore a
*" stunning white jeweled bro
carle gown with a matching knee
lenj Hi coal Silver-lined (
beds .,nd crystals detailed her
neckline An ice pink
ribbon lace u ith a low s< o
neckline and flared skirt was cho
-<'ii bj Mrs Leo Mindlin She
t i ped her dress with a magenta-
i lored satin theatre coal
An antique gold satin sheath
with a matching colored chantilly
bodice was worn by Mrs.
Efraim Gale Mrs Raymond Ru
bin chose a white chantilly lace
sheath, reembroidered in silver
lame and with peacock blue
ehitlon draped at the waist line
Mrs Aaron Karr was m black
silk -rope with jet beading at
the neckline.
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members. Then, husband Jef-
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club's Annual Ballyhoo Goli
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there are two qolfinq champ-
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Gables household.
Executives Honor
Mori Fremon
Miami r.ea-h Bxeculivea Club
honored M<>n Fremon, writer and
real estate broker-salesman, at
luncheon meeting last week at the
rs Restaurant The honor was
in recognition ol her efforti in
I lie r e c e n t annual
Award <: Mi rit luncheon given to
Dr. Irving E. Muakat, chairman
of [nterama.
'"Tin- is the fit t time in the his-
lorj <>! 'he club thai woman was
sn honored," said Lee Finburgh.
president, as he presented her with
the "E" emblem <>f the Execu-
tives Club
Recently, Mrs Freemon waa ap
pointed Ambassador ot Good
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t'l.- Chamber of Commerce Ot Aca-
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JWVA Chairmen
To be Honored
Servicemen's Service chairmen
the .b-Ai-M War \ eterans lux
,iev Department ol Florida.
\ill lie honoie. at thi SI i i Dooi
iteen of the, Miami Beach Ser-
, icemen's Center on Frl laj eve
; in the Ocean Front Audi
mini
Mrs Sail] Levy, overall chair-
man, will receive a pin for her sec
ind J car of sen ii e
The following person- will re-
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'he p e rial refresh netlts w Irch
'iey prepare and serve everj Sal
urdaj evening
Meadamea Ann Hofstadter and
Cell Simon, ol the North Shore
Fnit: Sylvia Leitzes, i f Hollywood
Sydell K a hn. of No r t h Miami
Beach; Etta Stempel and Jennie
Roussman Miami Beach; Belt}
Koris, West Miami, Sadye Landay
and Grace Buck. Suri-ide Harry
Cohen Unit; May Levy, Murra) Sol-
omon Unit; Ruth Rosenthal, Nor
man B r U c e BnM n anil Diane
Richmen, Col David Marcus Poet
Renanah Group
Marks Birthday
Renanah Group ol Hadassah. Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, held its annu-
al Installation luncheon on Tuca
n on at the Algiers Hotel itli
,i celebration ol its third birth laj
Installing officer Mrs Doro
tli) Krieger Fink and master ol cer
emonies, Mrs Jaj l" rmer
An original m sio skit as pre
sented b) Mi lames Morris I ar
. sow and (lei aid Teitelbaum ac
t the piai Mi .-
Ben Ball
The follow mg 'i '(- -i i- in-
stalls! Mesdames lerman Fast
; sid.nt. Ja) Dermer, Howard
G irdon, Max 1 eVme Louis Neu
fold. Morris Tarasow, vice pre-i
dents, Michael Horwitz treasurer;
Milton Grayson, Jack Fertig, Na-
than Rose, secretaries; Thomas
Trent, parliamentarian
MOM FREMON
WE'RE 4
RE-ELECTING
MAL ENGLANDER
MOIE TENDRICH
ARTHUR SEGAL
PHILIP THAU
GEORGE TAUANOfF
LEVER 4-A
To.I Pol, U\
*\y**
i
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ms. sauy tEvr
Holsum Names Director
u a ii u n t o n, general sales
manager, Holsum Bakers, ha*
lie.-ii promoted to diri cter ol mi< -
and marketing Announeemenl ol
tlie promotion wa- mail.- bj It F
< hivers, president i I the local ba-
Iterj Hunion replaces Frank N Ir
w in Jr.. who resigned to manage
hi- own busines-
Pioneer Women
Close Season
Tikvah Chapter of Plea Wo-
men celebrated the 17th annncr
>arj ot tin- State ot Israel on Sua>
j at 1234 Washington Ave
L. Poveskj and hi.s mandolin or-
chestra entertained Mrs Ruth
U g ; e r i- pit -iilent Mr- Ida
-triuch and Mr- Sophie Seemaa
were chairmen
Mrs, Miriam Halperin, president,
Cold a Men Chapter conducted
la-t regular meeting of the group
on Wednesdaj in the Community
ii" ot Washington Federal. 1234
Wahingtcn Ave Agenda included
'- from chairmen, nomination
and el n ol new officers, and
plans lot the ii stallation ceremony.
New Black Angus
\ i ew Blai k \nuu- Restaurant
\ ill -..... loin the business com
munil) on Palm Springs Mile, Hi-
. ..ii i >\- ners Jack Silver and
Herb Brodskj recent!) signed pa
pen tot the new dining place and
-..id groundbreaking will take place
.bout .1111v 1 Completion i> plan-
ned for mid-October. There are
other Black Angus Restaurants at
W>2 Coral Way Miami m the
In art of "motel row'" at 177iM Col
lins iw ,,n i in Ft Lauderdale
Alexander's Guest House
331 First Ave. W.
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Friday, May 28, 1965
*Uy%ist IhiMlnn
Page 11-E
New Louis Sega! Farband Branch
To Install Officers Here Sunday Evening
Southern Farband represents*
Hve, .'<>*oph P. Zuckarman, this
week announced the arival of Ja-
.\,i'/ui.i.i. i i .1. i..... \ en
Karuand, w h>< will Install officers
i '] new l> organized Louis Segal
. h on Sund ij e\ ening .it the
\r.|i..'tll\
|n be mM.dir I are Mr- Estar
K..\. president: Mrs M:!t-n Hur
i itz, honorary president; David
LrppnMin, vtre presi tzen, treasurer; Muriel Samp
son, financial secretary; Mrs
Certrnde Cant< orreapondin
-i i retarj
Board of directors are Ida and
Milton Hurwiti, Harry Sacks, Abe
Mesivta Will
Dedicate New
Alton Facilities
Mi -i'. ;.i Senior Hit h s< tool Mil'
rhrate the .1 -i it
. i-ihties on Sund.iv (noming, I
.,' 'h;."! Alton ltd it
bj Ui'N.md i Mi '*'" its
man of th<
Mesivta, !i nsed until nov
temporal1) quarters, has pur-
iner Ede
Utoi Rd and rem< ideled ll
i -< hool ith dormitories
The pursuit of excellence in
th the sacred aid secular stud-
es has been the motivating
orce in the educational outlook
,-t cur Mesivta," said Rabbi Mor-
is Horovili, principal "We are
jroud of our boys who have dis-
'mguished themselves in scholas-
tic and organizational activities,
- hich can be directly attributed
o the total-environment ap-
proach of our school."
in 10 li il and out
the Me
ung from
n i ountries
. to be hon ed it the ded
M .mi'
Louis .i
Hel j Mr ."i I
- Max <' hen. ol phi
d former cha
rd 'i Mogrn i' I M ine
Mr and Mi < hi K
a hit,- Plains, \ Y well known
r md s : l orah
: \h Ri r -i /
support i
Ranpoport, Rose Cohen, Augusta
Goldsmith and Catherin Lipman.
I'.i ii \ omen, com] i con
u< tor. will a i ai th tl
nmunitj Singe
Jai i b Katzi lan is .i meml er ol
the Wot I I /.Huii-t Actions i
in tee, the Amerit an Zionist Coun
cil. the Ce n t r a I Commit!
LZOA-Pi 'I Zion, National Co n
mittee for Lab ir Israel, Board of
Directors m the Jewish Teacher
eminan and other central Jew-
During World War n
he served as a lay chaplain with
the Vmerlcan armed forces in the
European i he itre He stayed on
. fter V i" Daj to work with Jew
ish survivors in the DP camps in
upper Austria
Katzman has served the Labor
Zionist movement in various exec-
rt ti rap i' i" since Iit32.
JAC03 KATZMAN
Club Everglades
Elects Officers
\V< rkmen's Circle Branch
.: '
' iwin : oflleers b-t w eek
hairman; Mrs
-
!'..,] ling -''.
. rj Mrs. Ilarrj Sehtildii
i Mrs I
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ret Mi Da
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Directors Founders
rh.odor. R. Sfruhl MO
Frankie and Bon Millar
Mojor leonard Wollmon
toberl Wollmon
Officers of Louis Segal Branch of Farbnnd
Labor Zionist Older to be installed Sunday
at the Hebrew Academy are front (left to rinht)
Mis. Fran Furshman, Mrs. Milton Hurwitz, Mrs.
Estar Kay, Mrs. Gertrude Canter, Mrs. Muriel
Sampson. Rear are David Lipman Ben Yo-
men and Philip Katzen.
Academy Finalizes Plans to Establish
School Branch in North Dade County
Plans have been finalizi i .hi. li -ch :ol I !'" Hebrew
\.adorn) "f 'Weit. i' M';*>::. in the
Si n'i Dade area, acci rdin I R b
bi Alexandi r S i In ss, v.
principal
11 si hool, to s rve fii
1 radc sfdenl-. will i><-
t nifled Hall 2880 ME i:i-t
St \ Miami Ketch
The main campus of the He-
brew Academy is located at 2400
Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach.
C'asses for the branch of the
Academy, which will serve the
Noith D^de ari So-jth Breward
areas, are scheduled to start in
September, the same time as
opening classes fcr the Academy
students attending the school on
Miami Beach.
students attending 'he Academy
;i n il .1 member ol the school'*
1'.^ ard <>i Directors, has been ap
'ir.i i hairman "t the No r t h
inch,
I. in- Mervitzer, w ho ,i- re-
, ently < li cted to .i f turth tern
.-A \<-.i lemj p "esident. -
thi' I lu ("iiii! |
ro\ iii' hot lunches lor
portal will l>-
pi tn idi d to and Irom school.
re is a i d fo
iho branch in the North D
and il i
bine besl type of educ

I. h d
VFW Auxiliary ^stalls Cffice-s
; iel Shantzis,
'
New M ". h Post
\uxiliarj Veterans I ; i
--: ;i 11oi; Satur
nlng .it 650 West \ve
'I hose to ser\
ill ea, presidt nl. Ben Pei ser I
\ erbisky, vice presidents; Cha
S heele. seerel irj. Th rmas R mej.
Ireawirer; Louis Mieiejewski,
. haplain; Alfred Beltam, conduct-
less; Andrev K. '\ allie Reed,
i- trustees
cted by Di
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led j Pi cj Friedl del
thi Sol Yort
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+J(f*lsti ncrMlan
Friday. May 28. 1965
Candidates in Final Bid for Support
With Election Day looming next Tuesday for Miami Beach City ment this week in his campaign
Council and the office of mayor, candidates in the race are making for reelection.
final appeals to Beach voters this weekend in an effort to win their Members of the Miami Beach
Saturday at South Shore Park and
Sunday at Pier Park.
support.
Hyman Galbut
Seeking reelection, Councilman
Hyman Galhut. speaking to voters
at rallies in the area, has been
stressing "the dynamic growth
and prosperity Miami Beach has
enjoyed over the pa-it two years."
Councilman Galbut also not that "a Senior Citizens Committee
was of the utmost importance to
relate to the City Council the
needs and wants of the senior fiti
zeii when JWedicare and Federal
aicJnills become lav.
"The cruise ship seaport is a
near-future reality and not just
promises." Galbut also declared,
adding that "taxes must be held
The small apartment house owner
and home-owner is burdened with
taxes which are already high
enough."
Galbut was appointed by the
Governor to serve on the Dade
County Children's Committee, is
secretary of Washington Avenue
Association, and a member of the
Miami Beach Tax Payers Associa-
tion, South Florida Planning Coun-
cil. Masonic Hibiscus lodge. Mahi
Temple and Shrine. Biscayne
Democratic Club and South Shore
i
Get-Out-Vote
Rally Monday
Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce will
sponsor a "Get Out the
Vote" rally on the eve of the
Miami Beach City Council
election Monday night.
The rally is scheduled for
the 21st St. Recreation Cen-
ter on Washington Ave at
8 p.m.
Paul B. Steinberg, co-
chairman, said that all can-
didates will be given five
minutes to speak.
Apartment Association. Eugene
Weiss, president, voted to endorse
Mayor Richard.
Richard has already received
the endorsement of Local 255. the
Hotel and Restaurant Employe -
Union, and the South Shore Citi-
zens Club.
The South Shore Citizens Club
endorsement came on a motion '
made by Louis Shafkin. life presi-
dent of the club, and Max D. Gold-
hagen. first vice president.
Mayor Richard has since ap-
peared on radio to tell "The Rich
ard Story" on the Alan Courtney
Show. The three-hour show fea-
tured a presentation dealing with
issues in the Tuesday mayoralty
election.
Paul Seiderman
Candidate in Group Three for
Aaron Farr
council which has been out of bal-
ance for nearly three decades.
Only two of the city's seven coun- City Council. Paul Seiderman this
oilmen during those years were week offered several ideas for
businessmen." Sirkin asserted. "moving Miami Beach forward."
Active in many organizations "I am strong for a clear con-
during his years as a Beach resi- flict-interest law." stated Seider-
dent. Sirkin plans a series of man. "to keep councilmen from
events on the Beach during the mixing public and private busi-
long holiday weekend preceding ness."
Tuesday's election, stressing that In addition to his proposal that
Citizen's Club. Humane Society of tnp --welfare f our city is at a change in the citv charter "limit
Greater Miami, past commander stake and if it means working terms for COUncil members to two
of American Legion and charter around thc cIock j vvant fhe pub. terms of four years and the mayor
president of South Shore Optimist lic ,0 havf> a tho facts Mon ,hpy tQ four terms of ,wo years g^.
go to the polls." erman is the father of the "con-
Member of a family noted for structive city employee incentive
27 years of civic and philanthropic plan to pump up to $6 million a
"Miami Beach City Council work Sjrkjn is getting stronp gup. new monev in,Q present re.
faces a monumental job of or- ^ from a Womcns Di. islon venues of apartment and small
Sanitation to develop increased headod by Mrs Alex Kogjm Ajdt,d house ownerg and of Beach store.
tourist travel to Miami Beach and by his ujfe Mjrianit who h,s had keepers ,hrough encouraging civil
a program to breathe new life into ( vears of leadership in civic under- service employees to reside on
the economic structure of our com- i takings on the Beach, the women s Miami Beach."
munity, sserted AaroniFarr. city division is serving as "a powerful Seiderman. chairman of the
council candidate in the Group | asset in tnp new candidate-s cam- Beach Personnel Board and long
Tw rac* .. paign." its leaders declare. term B'nai B'rith member, was
Fair, originator Of the world- among leaders in the 1963 fight
famous Miami Leach package MmMn J. Richard to abolish the Beach tax increase.
tour, believes the at) desperate Mavor M(.,VI j n.chard has re- Two evening rallies on Se.der-
|y needs a man who -peaks the eeived another important endorse- man's weekend schedule are set for
of hotel-motel propne
t"r- the apartment house-owner
and businessman." |
'Working to acquaint America's
travel a :> ts with Miami Beach
as a el 1- well as a
1 a, Fan- has conducted
h for ti" les>
ro ips 'lin-
1 ampaign for council," the
suppoi "1 rs declare,
g these groups, cum
pris n 1 ver 500 ol v rica's
.11 agents, our wonder
ful .''''ii facilities, apart
- and busint at .>-
In than i\ er realized the nee '
fm ( ouncil to pn pare
for tl 'Se orientation tours de
ned to reestablish the com epl
M ami Beach a- a place to
Farr
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Underlying theme in business-
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Miami Beach City Council in
Group One is "We must bring
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"Phil" Chafeti
Government consultant to small
communities, Council candidate
"Phil"' chafetz wants to "end re-
presentation of a select tew at the
expense of many."
A 20year resident of Miami
Beach. Chafetz is president of the
Mortgage Servicing and Invest-
ment Corp.. a real estate investor
and financial consultant to vari-
ous prominent business leaders.
Other planks in his platform in
elude "more recreational facili-
ties, rejuvenation of South shore,
removal of parking meters from
all streets, complete medical facili-
ties on South Beach, and addition
al police protection in residential
areas."
The 42 year-old Chafetz is an
active memher of Loyal Order of
Moose and Miami Beach Elks He
and his wife. Helen, have a son.
Mark, and two daughters. Eileen
and Linda.
Elliott Roosevelt
"Tourism in Miami Beach is in
immediate danger from aggressive
competition from other Florida
areas and the Caribbean." de-
clared Elliott Roosevelt while ad-
dressing a campaign luncheon in
his race for Mayor of Miami
Beach.
Citing the thousands of hotel
rooms either completed, or cur
rently under construction at Nas-
sau and at Freeportjust 60 miles
from Miami Beach, he called for
immediate action to stimulate ef
forts to attract new tourists to
the Beach.
Roosevelt has proposed that
"the city contract on a long-term
basis with the major convention
groups which attract more than
10,000 delegates annually to their %
conclaves."
"Wearing two hats as Florida
Democratic National Committee-
man and Mayor of Miami Beach.
I would be in an unprecedented
position to help secure the lfttjs
Democratic convention for Miami
Beach and have an excellent op-
portunity to lure the Republic Na-
tional convention here for the
same year.'* he added
. <
Joe Malek
Miami Beach City Council can-
didate Joe Malek is looking foi
ward tn his second "election :>
tory" when the ballots arc count-
ed Tuesday
The 38-year-old candidate says
that his "tiuht against the Lincoln
Road wall parking cage rezonuig.
plus widespread support from the
ranks of organized labor and -
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Jenisi> ThrHlar
Page 13-B
J3<*r Douglas Stratton
Bar Mitzvah of Douglas D. Strart-
\v ill be observed during Satur
morning services, May 29. at
Temple Menorah.
Douglas attends Nautilus Junior
High, where he plays in the school
Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Stratton
will honor the celebrant a; a recep-
tion on Sunday evening in their
home at 8C40 Cecil St.. Hiscayne
Lorin Deaton
l.orin David, son oi Sgl and Mrs.
lomar Dea <>^i "ill be Bar Mitzvah
Saturda) mornitiL; May 2'.. al 1-
. 'lie .' rtt< r,
l.orin ., student at the Israel-
renter Religious School and is
lie --" nth gi ade ;it Shenand >
i Junior High.
:~or of Mr ;iikI Mr- Ed
111-: tin' celebranl will be
: .it an open house in his
e on Saturdas
L**rmce Samuels
Saturtfai mornin .. Maj
Zi i..i : piu e on ol Mr.
Mrs Sej moux Samuels, will be
ln/\ sJi
i'...... .i studi kvt ay
... h s, bool plai to con
in the I onfirma-
it. His m< t is .
will be hom i ed al a Kiddush
red bj his follow ing
Marcia Gavras
Fridaj evenii M a) 28 Bas
. of Marcia > i \ i.. 11 be
Temple Zion
Mama, a seventh grade student
at South Miami Junior High School.
intends to continue her studies in
the Temple Zion Confirmation
Class. Her interests are art and
writing.
Her parents will sponger the
One- Shabbal In her honor follow-
ing the services.

Beth Weitz
Beth Ellen Weitz will observe
her Mas Mitzvah on Friday eve- ,
nine. May 28. at Hollywood Temple
IVth Sholem.
Mr and Mrs Max J. Weitz 941
\i: 170th St. will honor their
daughter at .he Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the ceremonj and at a re
ception and dinner on Sunday at
the Hollywood Beach Country
Club
The cele! r int i- in the seventh
rade .it John F Kennedy Junior
Hi-.li
Barry Go'd
B r y, son of Mrs.
!: .i
ring sen .. Satur-
Th< B Miti '.'.I be h
at th ing ser.
\ ice "ii Fridaj evening
Hlena Racliline
At sen Satui \ i\ 29,
Bel id Sj nag ena,
daughter of Mr an i Mrs I ie
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\ sevi nth gra Ie studen' Pal-
metto Juni r High here e is
membei il the < h o >! choir,
Helena attended Beth David Re-
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Saturday morning services on
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Friday. May 28. 1965
At the annual meetinq and forum of the Rabbinical Associ feld, Samuel Jaffe, Morris Skop. Richard Marcovitz. Harold
ation of Greater Miami in Temple Beth Sholcm on May 13
are standing (left to right* Rabbis Max Lipschitz. Morton Ma-
.avsky. Samuel April. Murray Alstet, Allen Rutchik, Herschel
Brooks, Herbert Baumgard, outgoing president, Morris Graff,
Harold Gordon, guest speaker. Zevi Greenwald. David Rosan-
Richter, and Sanford Seltzer. Seated (left to riqhJ are Rabbis
Eiiezer Levi. Solomon Schiff, executive vice president, David
Shapiro, S mon April, Jonah Cuplan, incoming president, Irv-
ing Lehuiuuir Joseph R Narot and Leon Krcnish.
Candidates Make Final Bid
t.
Continued from Page 12-B
r citizens, will combine to in-
nr me >>t a decisit e v ictoi \
The Malek campaign was given
npetus last Monday when more
tan 600 residents ol the South
-lioic section gathered in Piei
ark to give the candidate their
uiorsement,
Ifalek's first 'flection victory"
recent weeks came when he
as elected a delegate to the na
"ack Gordon, member of
Dade County School Board.
at Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey's recent reception
.n Miami Beach, wishes
Mayor Melvin J. Richard suc-
cess in his campaign for re-
election.
tional convention oi the American
Guild "i \ arietj Ai lists b) mem
her.- oi the Miami Beach branch ol
the theatrical union
An attorney by profession, Malek
is a 15-year member ol the thea-
trical union, and is widely known
a.- a concert soloist and singer at
religious sen ices
At Monday's Pier Park rally.
some ol the speakers who took the
platform to endorse Malek- can
didacy were Morns Robinsky.
president of the Dade Count) Sen
ior Citizens: Max B. Cohen, ol
Golden Ring Mo -. Abe Goldberg,
president of Golden Kims No. 3.
Mrs Revy Balkan Wikler. senior
citizens' coordinator: and Mac
Chancey, of the American federa-
tion of Senior Citizens
Malek will chmax his campaign
in the North Shore section ol
Miami Beach Sunday with a main
moth rail} at 111 a m at the \.
dath Israel Hebrew Institute. 7801
Carlyle \\
On Sundaj night, Malek will
bring In- campaign to the Morton
Towers Apaitments, ulure i
- will have a chance lo dis
cuss the issuer with the candidate
in person over coffee and refresh
ments
Bernard Frank
v c e May or Bei n... d Prank -
^i [or reelection reaches
climax Saturday night with .<
* ; \ .'. ide rally at s p.m
Ocean Dr ami :.-t st
Mis F i a n k, po p u I a r sum
or Marion Colby, will sing, ami
Judge Frank will -peak at the m.i--
ting which is lire and open to
the public.
The former Miami Beach muni, i
pal judge's linn stand against any
increase in taxes continued to at-
tract new supporter- during tile
we< k
I>. in Uu-ki'i. founder and past
I resident of Mt Sinai Hospital,
announced hi- endorse men) ol
Judge Frank, adding his name to
a list ot hundreds oi the city's out-
standing civic and business lead-
: -
Dr. Bertram .1 Thorpe, past pres
idem el the Temple Menorah Sis
terhood; Dr Oscar Ruskin, Knights
id Pythias leader and past presi
dent iii the optimist Club; and
man) others joined the rolls ol
i rank supporters
Count) Mayor chuck Hall. Coun-
ts Commissioner Alex Cordon.
Councilman D. Lee Powell. Max
Orovitz, Baron de llirs.h Meyer,
Judges Don Barni.uk and t'harlo-
Gertler, Shepard Broad, former
Councilman Wolfie Cohen, Public
Relations Board Chairman Jesse
Weiss. Zionist leader Ben Ciller.
B'nai B'rith presidents Ted Trash.
in, G e r a I d Schwartz and Sam
w'einer all signed endorsement
cards for Frank.
Malvin Englander
Councilman Malvin Englander's
campaign lor election in Group
Two to the Miami Beach Cit)
i ouncil on Tu< sda) gained impe-
tus this week with the endorse
men! oi the Presidents Council
.I Senior Citizens Clubs ol Miami
Beach anil the announcement ol
additional key Campaign workers
I'hil Sahl. representing the ii
member organization comprising
3,450 members, said that the
group's decision to support Judgi
Englander was based on my con
cent ami support of the problems
facing the many senior citizens
v.ho live on Miami Beach
Added to the list ol Englander
supporters in the past week were
Mrs Joseph Pardo. Mrs 1 ouis
Glasser and Mr- Albert Rosen
berg, all id whom were named co
chairmen ol women's activities at
an organizational meeting held at
the home i'l Mr- Bernard < Iii
ler
Judge Englander former vice
mayor and twice elected Justice
oi the Peace, i- carrying on a ,in
certed effort to meet "ever) n
ustcrod voter" on Miami Bl
before the June l election
Campaign activities are heiny
coordinated from his headquarters
at 700 71st St
Other major Englander support
era include Paul Grand, president
oi the Civitan Club of Miami
Beach. campaign co-chairman.
Henry Goldberg' former district
chancellor of Uie Knmhts ol Py-
thias, serving as North Shore
chairman: and Irving C Wein
stein, treasurer ot the Miami
Beach Lodge oi Klks. campaign
treasurer
Morton Bur.ick
Morton Burack. businessman
attorney, is seeking election to the
liami Beach City Council in
(ii imp ( WIC
Burack pledges to "resist all tax
increases, develop a plan to mi
i arking meter revenui and Pader
rants tor a $15 million impr n e
.in p r r a m from t
-Lore to the north cit) limits, e-
ish .i bureau i i health infor-
mation i ;i time communil) can
i to prm Ide ipp i' imty
:. r cultural development and -up
port tin i 11 : sion
all) -tailed planning .nut /"i
department lo o
thickening congestion "
Burack also pledges "to make
Miami Beach a moie pleasant n
warding and exciting place to
live
Beth Torah Will Honor Rev. Katz;
'Founding Father's Also to be Cited
Senior Chapter
Elects Telisman
United Synagogue youth Sen.....
Chapter oi Beth Torah Con
lion, dm eted bj Marshall Baltuch,
otl) ei'i led in w slate to set e
in 11".
cceding outgoing presi i
Steven Weininger, neu president
of Southeast Region USY, i- \
Teii-iii.in. -on of Mr and Mrs
William Telisman, ol No Mi
Beach
Kv nitive board includes st
leii. executive vice president;
.lam Rothsteln, program vice pros-
idenl. Mike Patipa, religio is
president; Cheryl Harlem, reci
ing secretary; Tob) Cavell, corre-
sponding secretary; Denise Green-
berg, treasui i
This year. Telisman served as
chairni. n ot the breakfast pro
ii- and a- housing and regis
tration chairman for the |
l i ah Brothel ho d eek< n<\ held
F( bruar) lie i- a membet
the USY Mudv Group, .i atudent
at Nova High School ,. delegate
' i ill. 11 ional i onv ention he-Id
March and head ol thi' l sv dele
gation from Beth Torah
< > > a_ ^aa >
RABBI WANTED
to serve small Conservative Temple
in Miami; also teach Hebrew School.
Reply to R. W.,
Box 2973, Miami 33101
| RABBI i
ordained, college grad.. univ. de-I
' gree, good speaker, versed in every
I section of rabbinical I coagrega-
I tional activities is interested in a I
't"'lleging pulpit. Write: J.Z. c oi
Box 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101
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Fresh-frozen, it is contained in a sanitary carton which stacks
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cleaned, soaked, salted and completely koshered under rab-
binical supervision according to Orthodox law and endorsed
by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
Local distributor is Ben Lapof, 325 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Rev .lack Katz. long time re.-i
dent here, will In- honored hy Beth
Torab Congregation in observance
o u- 25th .'.miner-.irv
Uev Katz was first spun ii.d
leader, as well as first president
ot the Congregation oi Vfonticello
Park Twenty five > ea r ago, a
number of settlers from Monticel-
lo. S Y end. trod land to a non-
profit corporation tor the purpose
oi forraio a bj na [ogue,
A smell building waj erected and
sert es were hi Id both on the
bath and week days under the
spiritual leadership ol Kev K..t/
Since that time, additional build
hove QMS erected, and the
name of the synagogue changed to
Belli Torah.
Succeeding Rev. Kali in later
years were Rabbi Boris Rackov-
sky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Jo-
soph Rackovsky, spiritual loader
of Beth Tfilah Congregation, Mi-
ami Beach; Rabbi Isaac Lerer;
and its present spiritual leader.
Dr. Max A. Lipschiti.
Soymour Rosen, chairman of the
Silver Anniversary banquet, an
nounce- that in addition to Kev
Katz. the loundin^ fattier- will be
honored or memorialized.
The) include Ben Cienshaft, D.
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Friday. May 28, 1965
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[Temple Menorah
ing Festival
|Saturday Night
i] Spring Festival of
I Menorah will be held al
I taineblcau Hotel on Sal
I Pan in- f Religious School
[ i will bo th' guests <>f
l,ii- I eonard Rosen, president,
hnouni
It'limax of the social activity for
, ar. Ihe festival will feature
blcrtainment, dancing;, and sup-
lr *nack.
[: ol the Sisterhood, Men's
and Temple will be honored
i 'he evening,
I pie I 'SY Players will pre
program <>1 Israeli folk
dicing and a comedy entitled
leg and Gentlemen of the
ir> The V edict is Yours
i;t!>bi Mayer Abramowitz. spi-
leader of the Temple, will
iduct a ceremony tribute to the
of the Religious School,
Cantor Kdward Klein singing
musical portions.
lack Korenblit, is membership
Irman.
GlHt CARfllLD
>v. Burns
imes Garfield
Havdon Burn* has appoint-
ee Garfield, Hay Harbor ls-
.ittoniey. to serve as his le-
re aide during the 1965 ses-
\i the Florida Legislature.
field is active in civic and
Unity affairs. He is on the
<>f Directors of Hops School
ntally Retarded Children,
Itive Board of the Sustaining
ol Fellows of Mt Sinai Hos-
[of Greater Miami, and is a
ft in business law at Miami-
lunior College He is also a
h r of President Johnson's
'in', nub
- mai ried lo the former
. d mghter "i Mr and
aske, "i Kcj stone Is
i fi .
Sinai Hospital and was
I i
I H \ I
Pam
E Baj in
ayne PTA
:ts Officers
I Bisi aj ne Eton i ntarj
I \ I i n a 1 DMeting last
ItJir following officers for the
wt re installed:
'' Jack BirutMHtm; pres
it. Mrs Willx-r Wishner;
residents, Mrs, Harold Most
l-M Ralph Meivis, Mr-.
I Thornton; secretaries, Mrs.
bdd, Mrs Benjamin Sirota;
, r, \!rs Benjamin Levy,
Paqe 15-3
Robin Hood Names Smith
n R Smith has been named
al manager of the Robin
Restaurant, replacing Arthur
?h who resigned. Smith was
ger of the Embers in New
for seven years and also one
owners >>t the Carriage Club
He lives at 0372 Collins
Surfside. S.T.
SONENBLICK
Left to right are Leo Eisenstein, trustee, past president and
chairman of Miami Beach Board of Realtors Week Commit-
tee; Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard; and Cecil Mobley,
Miami Beach realtor and past potentate, Mahi Temple,
shown with the proclamation signed by Mayor Richard desig-
nating May 23 through 29 as National Realtor Week. Theme
of this year's observance is "Pick the Right Home Throuqh
a Realtor."
Jewish War Veterans Plan Services
Marking Memorial Day This Weekend
The Department of Florida. .Jew-
ish War V'eti rans ol t'ie United
Slates, will commemorate Memor-
ial Day on Sunday, May SO, by
holding two services to honor the
memorj ol all deceased veterans,
it was announced by Edwin L.
F> ibelman, Of Miami, chaplain.
.ih \ rx partment of Florida.
The regular annual memorial
service will be held M a.m., at
Mount Wh<> Cemetery, 5505 \w
3rd SI Miami, led by Ainslee R
Fertile, of Coral Gables, command-
er, Department of Florida.
Representatives of the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Association
will participate, including Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, of Temple Beth
Shiran; Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, of
th Israelite Confer Temple; and
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple
Zion.
Additional services will be held
at 2:30 p.m. the same day. at tfia
Jewish War Veterans section of
Vi-ta Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
14200 N\V 57th Ave.. Miami, under
the direction Of Ralph Lamport, of
North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Harold Richter. of Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael, will officiate
Other Services will be held by lo-
c;:l posts as follows
West Miami Post No. 228, 9 30
8 in West Miami Cit> Hall.
Murraj Sol< mon Post 243, Coral
liable- 12 30 p.m., Star of David
( i met< rj
Hialeah Miami Sprin !s Post N
12 30 p m Lakeside Memorial
ten
Vbe Horrowitz Posl So Si
12 10 p m
nai <'en
Al lemorial I
. JWV i
rei
!"!. i- ith ive in
Guest six \ i
l ol JWV P< -i
t ice pre North Short
I.,i i ol B'nai B i ith and member
c i the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
on
'l he Oneg Shaboaf following tc
vices will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs Ted Lingaton in observance
of Memi ial Da) and in memorj ol
Mrs Lingaton's brothers
Post 681 will also conduct relig-
ious Memorial l)a> sir\i.es al the
Disabled American Veterans Hall
1301 W Okeechobee Road. Hi-
aleah, at 8 p.m.. Sunday. Maj 30.
Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple
Sinai of No. Miami, will officiate,
assisted by Cantor Emanuel
Mandel, national deputy chap
lain.
National organization of JWV
v il! be represented by Victor B
Freeman, national executive com-
mitteeman Department of il rida
will be represented by Jack Her
man, senior vice commander Hi-
aleah Miami Springs Post will be
represented hy Herbert D Bux
liaiim. post commander.
A- *.
KOBtRT SCHWfDfl
IE ISRAEL HISTAORUT COMMITTEE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Mourn the Untimely Passing of Our Beloved
Vice President
IRVING M. SACHS
\or.d Share the Sorrow of His family and the tntirc
Labor Zionist Movement in Their Great Loss
SAM fEINSTEIN, Pre MOSHE BERMAN, Executive Director
Sen. Smothers
To be Speaker
At Civic League
\ Smathers will he
I '. vie
I U
Motel on
when Robert M
>> li\ : aS ;u
I
D.,\. : hairman
of the affair, hopes "thai enough
funds can I*' raised to increase the
Civk i si ii scholarship awards
to II per year "
The Civic League has been help
hie young people of Miami Beach
pi itinue their education since IMS.
This year, a special John F. Ken
nedy scholarship (or political sci-
ence will Ik- awarded at the ban-
quet marking the birthday of the
late President
Also to be installed by Circuit
Court Judge Harold Spaet are
John Berger, first vice presi-
dent, Ted Cohen, second vice
president; Murray D r e x I e r,
treasurer; Herbert Zemel, secre-
tary, and Norman Miles, finan-
cial secretary.
n Carl
I lams will be
.1 be master
of cei
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Jewish Chaplain in Santo Domingo
-Jewish Floridian Assigned t0 Serving Sick and Wounded
Florida, Friday. May 28, 1965
Section C
By Special Report
SANTO DOMINGO Chaplain
(Capt.) Howard M. Graber. Jewish
post chaplain at Fort Bragg, N.C.,
has arrived in Santo Domingo with
the 15th Field Hospital, which is i
treating Dominicans, as well as:
wounded and sick American sol- j
diers, according to word received ,
by the National Jewish Welfare
Board Commission on Jewish chap.
laincy.
Carrying a dying Dominican ba-
by in an ambulance, while on a
mercy mission the day after his
arrival. Chaplain Graber was
caught
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The only chaplain assigned to
j?.ht in the middle of sniper fire
bting, he reported.
the field hospital. Chaplain Graber
flies his chaplain flag in front of
his office and on his jeep. In sing-
ling out these flags as the most im-
portant items he has with him, he
said:
Wherever I go people see that
there is a Jewish chaplain nearby.
It's a tremendous boost to morale.
Even the Dominicans turn with
interest as it passes them by on the
streets, I have been stopped oc-
casionally by Jewish soldiers and
had a chance to talk with them.
Our units are scattered through'
out the area and, as expected, our
Jewish boys are also spread
around thinly. Everyone is in high
spirits and we ha\e no morale
problem- "
Sarasota Storekeeper Who Liberated
Concentration Camps Buys Israel Bonds
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TEMPLE EMANUEL TODAY AT 1701 WASHINGTON AVE.
HISTORY IS MARKED BY GREAT GROWTH
emple Emanu El to Mark
ilver Anniversary Sunday
I Emanu El will cele
It- 5 years of activity on Mi-
I each with a silver Annivec
l\ Ball t" be held Sunday night
the Diplomat Hotel
' ry of the Miami Beach
- one of great growth.
!o',\ in-ginning with the ap-
in 1943 of Dr. Irving
as --piritual lea lei.
In r bis direction, the coo-
r has grown from less
200 members to more than
H Families. Serving :he rap-
growing membership is a
program of ipiritual, cultural and
social activities.
Unique Building
In its building program, too.
Temple Emanu El has achieved a
record of clear progress during
the past quarter ol a century.
Its Washington Avenue syna-
gogue completed in 1948 at a
c of more than SI million, is
one of the largest and finest in
the nation.
Completely air-conditioned, it
includes administrative offices, a
kitchen, dining room, library, mu-
seum and a chape) accommodat-
ing 250 persons. Its massive audi-
torium, with a seating capacity
of 1,800. was carefully designed
to eliminate columns and other
obstruction! and. as a result, af-
fords perfect visibility of the pul-
pit and Ark from all points of the
main floor and balcony.
With its huge copper dome and
Byzantine Design, the Washing
Continued on Page 3-C
INCORPORATED AS BEACH JEWISH CENTER
ihechter School Among Facilities
A major project undertaken
Temple Emanu-El is the Solo-
II Si heehter Day School eur-
itl> housed in t h e Temple's
Ith Branch school bailding. 727
h St The only conservative
lie day school in the
ktheastern United Sates, it
ler- a fullyapproved program
and religious tostruc-
from nursery and kinder-
through the fourth gri le,
filth grade to be added in
fall.
I I'd m 194 I as the Mi
h .lewi-1 > r..ii in Ij
Temple Emanu-El re-
j il present name in 1954
n .i vi te : the i >
u rid ''. .: ll. the
Mi r wh h was ited in
led pn\ ate liome on
id Avenue and I. i PI. '
' one of Greater .'..
havens fee n ol
ths,
North Branch Buildings
MAX BODfRMAH
new president
JACK CARN
dinner ehoirmon
assembly h a 11. teachers
administrative offices
a* d roof pavilion,
Future 1 plans call for
the constructs irge social
hall am.tent to tl Washin '
Avenue The land on
which the hall is to be built was
presented as a gift to the con-
gregation in 1959 by Samuel Fried-
land, who served for 14 years as
president of the congregation,
and is now chairman of its board
of diiectors.
O her past presidents include
Mayer H. Erankel. Joseph at.
Pose. HaRJ Sirkin and Joseph
M Lipton.
New Officers
New cfficet-i will be installed
i Friday evening at a special In-
atton service, and will be
ored al the Anniversary Ball
j evening which is un-
der the general chairmanship of
jaik (.'. mer
Succeeding Joseph M Lipton
Continued on Page 2-C

Twenty years ago. William Ru-
dow was a medical corp-man in a
tank batauion of the United States
Army in EiM pe. SI* rtly before
the end of the war. he marched
with his unit into the concentra-
tion camps. The young Jewish GI
was shocked and deeply shaken by
what he saw. and made a vow to
; help his Jewish brethren whenever
:and wherever he could.
Last week, on the occasion of the
20th anniversary of the liberation
of the survivors of the death camps
in Germany. Rudow. who runs a
'small hardware store in Sarasota,
! purchased $10,000 in Israel Bonds in
keeping with that pledge.
In addition to his purchase of
Israel Bonds, Rudow also contrib-
uted $2,500 to this year's local
United Jewish Appeal drive.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Rudow are
active in other Jewish causes, as
well.
Rudow. who is reluctant to dis-
cuss his generous support of Is
rael. recalls with emotion his ex-
periences in 1945 when his army
unit entered the German concen-
tration camps.
'I found the people too weak to
stand on their feet." he says. "If
on ke my heart to see Jews, just
like you and me. in that horrible
predicament I gave them all the
food I tould collect from my bud-
dies and myself. I swore that for
the remainder of my life. I would
do all :hat was possible for Jews
in need."
Mrs. Rudow's commitment to
save Jewish lives stems from her
own experiences as a child, when
she was forced to flee from the
Hitler terror in Europe. Thankful
for her narrow escape, she has aid-
ed various Jewish causes since
her arrival in this country, and has
supported the State of Israel since
its establishment.
Mrs. Rudow was born in Antwerp.
Belgium Her husband was born
n the East Side i I New York.
They began their married life in
Bayside, L.I., and live and a half
ear- ago settled in Sarasota. They
have a son Marc, who is eleven.
School Faculty
To be Honored
On Friday night. Temple Meno-
rah will dedicate services to "Yom
Hamorch." In a special ceremony,
the teachers of the Nursery. Heb-
rew and Sunday Schools will re-
ceive a tribute from Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and from the Temple
school board, headed by Nathaniel
Glickman. Herzl Honor, principal.
will respond in behalf of the fac-
ulty.
Honored at Yom Hamoreh will be
Mrs Nathan Robinowitz. complet-
ing 13 years as a teacher in the
Religious School. Mrs. Yuval
Kachioff. Mrs. Nathan Stern. Mrs
Charles Kusens. Miss Laraine
Friedman. Mrs. Herzl Honor, Ben-
jamin Altshuler and Isac Kapul-
sky.
School board will host the Oneg
Shabbat following the services.
Members are Mrs. Elsie Belsky.
Mrs. Harry Friedman. Mrs. Nor-
man Harrow. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Kaplan. Mr and Mrs Mar-
shall Kratzer. Jack Korenblit. Ben
Krovetz. Jerry Lelchuk. Morris
Lunch. Mrs. Paul Millman, Mrs.
f If. Pollack. Mrs. Bernard Po-
tasch. William Saulson, Mrs. Jack
Segal. Al Sherman. Saul Strach-
man. Alan Stratton. Mrs. Sidney
Sussman, Mrs. Sidney Traqash. Dr.
Selwyn Willig. Mrs. Wilbur Wish-
ner and Nathaniel Glickman,
chairman.
Closing Exercises Slated
Closing Exercises for Daily R* Trixie Levin, with musical accora-
10, Wilh lt, ,., ;i.,,,S((1 ligious School, Sunday School and paniment by Millie Dra.zar.
Htinuini to grow ml Confirmation Departments oi p,irticipan's in the play are He
( ;,.;,. En, ed remple Emanu-El will be held on bor.l|| Buchwaid, Susan Epstein,
l>>' North Branch building to Sunday, si 10 am.. Raphael i\ Mari. ,,,,,,- Gary KoUin. Olivia
P member ... n.h.- reading Vunes, chairman of the Board of u.vm suntey Maisel, Jennifer
1 the nor .hern sections of the Education, announced Rami peggy Keiff. and Esther
M Facilities, ge; ed partic Awards and honor certificates Rllbmsk>
fcrty for the Solomon Scheoh- wiM ** presented at the assembl) Fxercises for the Solo
>r Day schcl. bdude class to be held to the Main Sanctuary J^fgJSS^S iSJiTwill be
I londatgartea and nursery ol the Tempk .m Tuesday evening June .
Vms, ptoyground, kitchen, din Dr Irving Lehrman **~ ^V here will b(^ an open House
*~ room, library. youth activi- the students. a-,1 I (HfH en- Jhen ner, u, ^
t$ rom. Sisterhood lounge, titled Walls Have Ears will be *P"on
l education and conference presented under the direction of Building
A small storekeeper, who served in a U.S Army unit which
participated in the liberation cf concentration camps in Ger-
many durinq the closinq months of World War II. this week
bought S10.000 in Sta'9 of Israel Bonds. William Rudow,
shown above in front of the modest hardware store which he
and his wife run in Sarasota, made the purchase in fulfill-
ment of a vow he made to help Israel 20 years aqo, when he
saw the pitiful plight of the survivors of the Nazi death camps.


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TEMPLE EMANU-EL'S FIRST HOME ON EUCLID AVE.
Emanu-El Major Affiliates
Temple Emanu-El's complex
program of activities liicludi I
wide variety ot affiliate OTgani
/;.lions.
brotherhood i- affili-
ated ith the National Fedora
ion ot Men's Clubs. President is
Hi roM Segal The organization
fosters and strengthens the re
_ioti. cultural and social ties
men ol the congregation
ing them 'he opportunity ol
other mi a more
I'. rsonal basis to develop a closer
fellowship Brotherhood lias a-
- forinost project assisting in
spons 'I snip ot the youth ac
Iixities program oi the Temple
SISTERHOOD i- affiliated
' h the National Women's
ue ot the United >\ nagogue
: America President 1^ Mrs
Herbert s Shapiro Purpose ol
Sisterhood i^ to bind the women
't the Temple family together
ii an organization dedicated to
deepening Jewish values through
i o r s h i p and study ami to
strengthening the foundation ol
\ ksh hie through support of
the Religious School. Sisterhood
.-ub-idues all school buses, spon-
- its the Temple youth activities
program, assists in the support
of the Religious school, organ
lies an adult education program.
HAROLD StGAl
Brotherhood
MRS. BROOKS
PTA
MRS. SHAPIRO
Sisterhood
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FOR THE AGED
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Ph. 696-2101
and play- an a. live part in the
maintenance nl re
o| the Mi eo temple
PARENTTEACHERS ASSO
Ciation. \: assot iation ol
eni- and organized uj
civ,,;, ,, c>:y,' relationship be
\v >. n the parent ind the Relig
ions School President >- sin
lie PTA tri
all times to promote the welfare
ol the children in the school bj
providing l>k for the Ubrarj
anil extra equipment whanevoi
needed It also attempts to raise
Hie standards ot .leui-h life in I
the home ami in the synagogue
through .. positive educational
program of conferences and
meetings
Other Temple Kmanu Kl affil-
iates include the following
Temple Players A con-
_:relational little theatre group
directed by Trixie Levin Presi-
dent is t). .1 Kosenstrauch.
FortyNiners The setno
citizens ol 'l e m p le Bmanu-EI
orcani7ed to provide a social
cultural program to suit their
particular needs President is Irv-
ing Si tiatzmsn
Senior and Junior United
Synagogue Youth affiliated
with the national youth move
ment of the United Synagogue of
America I o r senior ami junior
- :; fosters a
c!\ namic i I religious, < id
livities I'rvsi
is Marl.
mi Marlene Krovetz i- pres
Ol the .ion;,;- both are U
the aegis oi the Temple Vouth
ilssion. oi which Mis Mur-
ray Maisel is chairman
Young Judaea Groups to
- e : \ e fourth. Iifth and sixth
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m
trades, spon.sored by the Zionist
Organization of America. Also
llIia,r ,he aetfa of the Youth
Commission those an- divided up
to serve the needs of young peo
pie at the two Temple eenters.
\t 17th St president is Susan
Epstein. At 77th St., president is
K1-.1 Kosenthal
Boy Scout Troop 45 Spon-
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ter and Noah Finisher
ficer
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Brownie Troop i;
sored by Sisterhood
Mrs. Charles Bind,-,
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tatlve on the Sisterhood boT
She i~ sasistad bj .; lp
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Varied Temple Plans
Continued from Pago 1-C
as president is Max Boderman.
ether officers to be installed
include: vice president*. Joseph
Cohen. Judge Irvaa*. Cypen, Dr.
Stanley Krehling. Samuel J. ILal-
perin. Emil Morton. George J
Talianoff and Jack S. Popick
Treasurer. Jack I arner. asso-
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Morntary, A Moiasky. assoct.
ale secretary. L>r Sherman R.
cretanl
Kaplan, and financial
Abe Green.
Also, associate liaaactal m
tarie*. Marcus 0 sarokin
Herbert S. Shanim and
ing secretary. Dr Mernutn
Mechlountz
Honoi-ary vice pratsthai|
Temple Emamiel l-:i ,
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+Jenisti Ikiridliari
Paqe 3-C
DR. LEHRMAN'S DRIVE TOWARD ACHIEVEMENT
Rabbi's Notable Contribution
Temple Emanu-El's Silver Anniversary Ball is the subject ol
discussion at a coffee held recently at the home of Rose (Mrs.
Alexi Kogan sealed above. Mrs. Kogan, together with Helen
Mrs. Jack) Corner (Ieft> and Lottie (Mrs. Emil) Morton (right) are
among some 70 Temple women who have been selected to
serve as hostesses at the ball Sunday night at the Diplomat
Hotel. Women's Committee for the ball is under the co-chair-
ncrnship of Isabelle (Mrs. Maxi Boderman. Mary Rose 'Mrs.
Sherman) Kaplan and Sylvia (Mrs. George) Goldberg.
Silver Anniversary Ball
Continued from P*g* 1-C
\ ie j> nagogue nas be-
i- local landmark.
' houses is one ol
i taglo .'< wish clrcula-
reference libraries in
rt o( tho country. More
...limn- are available
rlj .mil popular levela m
! d iish and English.
Cornerstone
Temple Beoanu-EI muse-
ii i h "i ihe Jewish afu
the Jewih The logical
,:. .ii America, offers reg
i hanging exhibits <>i inter-
i hildren, as ell aa adults
ooo persons of all
a Iks of .;ii w itnessed
oi the synagogue cor-
e on February v. 1948
\n /i m in Israel
: torn rsa brought ba< k
o 'his country bj R ibbi Lehr
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he- Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration
During this trip abroad, Rabbi
Lehrman participated in the cele-
ii ol the United Nations dec-
laration establishing a Jewish
State, and also witnessed the be-
ginning of the War for Independ
ence.
The jtorj of the developmenl
of Temple Emanu-fcl auring the
pa-t l'j years is intimately re
lated to the growth "i the Tem-
ple's spiritual leader, Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman. During his quarter
of a century ot
service here, hi
has grown to
become a na |
tional figure In
Juda is in and
Zionism Local
ly. he is iden
tilled with a
wide variety ol
civic, philan-
thropic, cultur
al and religious,
affairs.
last Saturday
evening, he
w a I honored ummM
by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation lor two
successful years of leadership in
the capacity of chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
On December 22. 1946, the sited]
ol the present Temple Kmanu-El ,
was officially dedicated; and on
Februarj 22, 1948, the c or n e r
stone was laid, At ceremonies
which included some 9,000 per
sons, Dr. Lehrman declared
The cornerstone which we are
dedicating is not one ol stone
bul rather ot spirit."
The Temple Emanu-El spiriti
al leader is a graduate ol the
Jewish institute of Religion oi
New York City, where he was the
recipient o t the d e g re e ol
Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Lit-
erature, and m 1959 he received
the degree of Doctor ot Hebrew
Literature from "he Jewish Theo
logical Seminary of America. He
served as a Student rabbi at Ten;
pie Shomrei Emunah, Montctair,
N.J., prior to taking over the pul-
pit ol Temple Kmanu-KI
Dr. Lehrman assumed bis du-
ties here in August, 1943.
Visits Europe
Dr. Lehrman was chosen in
1947 by the Greater Miami .Jew-
ish Federation to visit ihe DP
camps of Europe and Israel as
one of the three repreaentativi a
of (he Miami community. His re-
port on the plight of the .lews in
Europe and Israel brought him
national recognition.
In November, 1963, he was ask-
ed In serve as chairman of Ihe
Greater Miami CJA campaign, a
post in which he again served
with distinction In 1964-65. At
present, he is a member of the
National Rabbinical Advisory
Committee Of the United Jewish
Appeal and the National Council
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
In the spring of 1958. he was
selected as one of a five-man in-
tertaith team of clergymen, cho-
sen from acro-.s the country by
the Commission on Religious Or-
-ani/ations ol the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
to visit Russia and the Iron Cur-
tain countries as a gesture of
America's religious strength and
beliefs, lie i- at present chairman
of the NCCJ Clergy Diato i
Planning Committee
Rabbinical Family
Dr Lehrman is a former
retarj ol the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America, the national body
representing t h e Conservative
movement affiliated with the
national body representing the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America He serves on the Rab-
binic Cabinet of the Seminary,
and is the tenth generation ol his
family to pursue the rabbinati in
an unbroken chain His fatl
was the late Abraham Lehrman,
who served as rabbi lor twenty
years at the Glory of Israel He-
brew Institute In New York City,
and he is the grandson of tin- fa-
mous Chassidic Raiibi, affection-
ately known as "The Brocket
Rebbe."
Dr. Lehrman Is a member ol
the board of Ihe International
Synagogue at the Kennedy In-
ternational Airport in New York.
He is on the national Hoard of Di-
rectors Ol the American Tecu-
nion Society and was recently
named a founder ot the society.
He is past president ol the Trav-
elers Aid Society of Miami and
member of the Board of Direct-
ors of the Dade County Chapter
Of the Amerkan Red Cross. Ill
1983, he received their filtciii-
year service award
Hisfory Project
Dr. Lehrman is a past president
oi the Rabbinical Association ol
Greater Miami. He is now work-
ing in conjunction with the Amer-
ican Jewish History Center on a
research study of the early his-
tor> of the Jewish communitj m
Florida; and in recognition o;
many contributions to the Am.
nan .1 e w is h scene Temple
Emanu-El osti bli she the Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman Chair in Modern
Jewish Theological Seminar) of
America.
In O. b !..! 1964 DT l.eiu
was eiectr : \ ice president ol
Zionist i al ion ot Amerk ...
His wife, Be 1 I e prew
serves as president ol the F< di
tion oi .Jewish \\ o m e n. They
nave one ton Dr David i t
man, a daughter Rosalind-, and
grandchildren, Michael and Rb
ert
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+Jenisl> ntrid/ar
The State
Of Europe
By MAX LERNER
Twenty years after the ending of World War II in Europe the fad
that de Gaulle i- engaged in a great personal quarrel with America gen-
erates the headaches and gets the headlines. Yet the overriding fad is
that Europe la prosperous, that its trend is toward integration, that
it has suffered no wars in 20 years, that it is closer to America now than
lit ever was, and that it has a prospect even of overcoming its parti
tion into two Europi -
President Johnson talked on TV the Other day directly to the Euro-
pean people. That in itseli is evidence that modern technology operates
in favor of an Atlantic community, not against it. He did not spell out
an action policy toward Europe, but he did present an overall American
attitude. What it amounts to is that if America and Europe move more
closely together, think together, act together (I am including Russia in
Europe the other continents will have a center of gravity and a stand-
ard to repair to. The America-Europe nexus is still the crucial one.
* *
Not for de Gaulle, of course. His response to Johnson's talk was to
put on a big military display in the French celebration of YE Day. Un-
der Kennedy, de Gaulle had an opponent who was Europe-oriented, sen-
sitive to French culture, half under de Gaulle's spell as a personality.
Under Johnson he has an opponent who is power oriented, homegrown
in his American flavor, and untouched by the de Gaulle legend. De
Gaulle will seize on every vulnerable move of Johnson's, as he did on
Viet Nam and is doing on Santo Domingo. He won't get far. But neith-
er will Johnson, with any tactics he has used up to now. It is a deadlock.
Yel if the power struggle is deadlocked. Europe itself has been
changing drastically. The first big change was Europe's economic
recover) *ud its recapture of political self-confidence. Memories arc
short and the burden of gratitude is always heavy, yet the fact is th.it
Europe's rebirth v as made possible by America's help through the
Marshall Plan, through NATO, through America's encouragement of the
Common Market.
The second big change has been the new relation of Russia and
America. In the last Berlin crisis, when Soviet planes buzzed West Ber-
lin, no one believed that Russia and America seriously meant to come
to grief over Berlin and let China be the beneficiary. There has been
much discussion of whether the Soviet military threat to Europe has
actually receded or has only seemed to. But it is hard to blame West
Europe for blunting the edge of its alertness to the Soviet danger when
America itself has entered into a detente with tin Soviet Union. Thus
doesn't mean that the German question has been settled.
* *
On its unliklihood de Gaulle has built the third big change his
own challenge to America's role in Europe. Cleverly he has played on
European anxieties with repeated assertion that in case of an attack on
Europe the US would not risk its cities to protect those of Europe.
There is no way of proving de Gaulle wrong or right on this. There
- < law of God or man that lavs down what America would actually
do. The chances are that no one knows, including Johnson himself,
until the moment conns with its attendant circunistanctIS.
De Gaulle gets away with his argument not because there Ls
much danger of war but because there isn't. Yet in any event his own
m Tit destroys itself. If it is true that nations act only out of nar-
rov national interest, then why should the other nations of Europe
trust the French fane de frappe to help them if they are attacked? The
de Gaulle argument against America can be turned against France. That
la a hy de Gaulle as a narrow nationalist cannot be European but re-
mains supremely French.
This isn't enough for the state of Europe today. The nations of
Eastern Europe, in their movement away from Russia, seem to be
re-ponding to a nationali-t thrust, vet in a deeper sense they are moving
not only toward national autonomy but toward a dream of a possible
united Europe. The Communist idea has eroded in them, and their
young people have grown alienated from the hackneyed Communist
dogma. The) are spurred by a new patriotism, yes. But they are
spurred also by the hope of achieving the kind of good life that Western
Europe has achieved. This is the fourth big change in Europe today
And because of it one can begin to speculate, as Professor Brzynsky
does in a recent pamphlet, on the possibility of renewed economic and
cultural ties between the two Europes under joint American-Russian
auspices.
* *
There remains the fifth big change. It is known as the "American-
ization" of Europe, but it is more than that It is not limited to the
surface change- in European life, in the form Of the supermarket and
the mass picture magazines. What is more important is what the young
Europeans are learning to expect from lite the change:! pattern- ol
love and wooing, the changed rhythms of moving and of dancing, the
changed value patterns For once de Gaulle has come up against some
thing he cannot subsume under national honor or grandeur. I don't
know whether it will lead to an Atlantic community. It may not. But it
cer'ainly will not lead to the exclusion of America from a Europe
which is mowing itself more and more responsive to the same modern-
izing life force that America has been responsive to.
B'nai Raphael
Schedules Skit
\ -kit "We Belong directed bj
Yuval Kachiaff. will be presented
by Congregation B'nai Raphael
gradui o Sunday at 7
p in.
Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor
Jack Lerner and Junior ( hora
croup will also p. rticipate in the
graduating exercises.
Others taking part m the pro
gram will be president-elect, Har-
ry Hausman; incoming chairman
of t h e Scho 'I Committee, Mrs
Nat Wilinsky; Mrs Leon Tishman,
school administrator.
Graduates arc Barry E son 11
Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Arem; Bar
ry M.. son of Mr. and Mrs Archie
Gold. Barbara, daughter of Mi-
ami Mrs Leonard Hecht; Philip
R son ol Mr. and Mrs Sam Ilt-
iluck; Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Sheldon Willis; Peter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Raben; Joseph
L.. son of Mr. and Mrs Kndre
Schneider; Richard I. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Marlene
G.. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray-
mond Settelle: Richard J., son of
Mr and Mrs Jerome Sonnen-
schein.
Past Presidents
To be Honored
Last regular meeting of Beth Da
vid Men's Club for this sea-on will
be held Tuesday evening in the
social hall.
Flection and installation of of-
ficers for 1965-66 will be held, with
Sidney Lefcourt as installing of-
fer r and master of ceremonies
Following past presidents of
Beth David Men's club will be
honored Harry Diamond. 1949-51;
Philip Abrams. 1951-52; Morn. Ra-
binowitz. 1952-53; Max Jacobson.
195358; Charles Z. Spingarn. 1958-
60; Bert Sher. I96frl; Dr. Morns
Kleiman. 196142; and Louis R.
SeiUin. 1962-65.
Social hour will follow the pix>
gram.
Left to right at a recent Restaurant Industry Luncheon on be-
half of the Combined Jewish Appeal are co-cha:r:r.<\-. Irving
Rubin, of the Pub. David Stuzin. oi Citizens Federal Scv-.ncs
and Loan Association, and Irving Kaplan, of Toby's Cc:e
terias. The Restaurant Industry dnve is within 51 3 of its
1965 goal. In addition to support of the campaic: the lunch-
eon established the Louis Shapiro Memorial Aw f4
the memory of a prominent industry attorney.
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Zionists Program
For Jews in U.S.
\F.W YORK (JTA) For the
rst time in it.- history, tlie
merican Zionist movement adopt
.1 program oi unified action
h placed the main empha:
. work to ensure the future of
e American Jewish community.
, pr gram was adopted at an
da) conference of the American
.' i un ii. coordinj ting l>od>
Sionisl groups in this country,
mark- an important departure
. m the traditional Zionist pn>-
una which related primarily to
, [sraoli scene,
while reaffirming the "Zionist
rsponsibility toward the security
. id welfare of Israel." the resolu-
ons adopted by the 3W delegates
cm the nine constituent Zionist
anizationa affiliated with the
i in -.in Zionist Council, encom-
assed participation in Jewish
..minimal affairs, the furtherance
(4 Jewish and Hebrew education.
outh activities and encourage-
ient of all types of immigration
Israel Zionists of all pcrsua-
.(ins were urged in one of the res-
.imns to 'involve themselves in
.1 communal endeavor- which af-
ct the Jewish community."
"Zionist philosophy of Jewish
living in areas ranging from edu-
cation to philanthropy," the reso-
lution said, "m u it now b
brought to the forefront in all of
our Jewish communal enterpris-
es so that the positive values in
Jewish life will be properly safe-
puarded and advanced, thus in-
suring the survival and growth
of a vibrant and creative Jewish
life."
The Import of the reorientation
the program of American Zion-
-m was stressed in the keynote
ddress by Dr. Max Nussbaum,
. hairman of the American Zionist
ouncil, who pointed to the fact
' the Conference was convened
mplement the decision- of the
ast 26th World Zionist Congress,
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held in Jerusalem in January 1969,
which was devoted to the theme
"With the Face Toward the Jewish
Peopli ii. the Diaspora." Dr. Nuss
baum asserted thai with one-half
el the Jewish people todaj resid-
ing in the l nited states, the im-
plementation of the second unfin-
ished task of the Zionist program
for the building of the Jewish poo-
ple must (-:.) in tins country.
Nathaniel s. Rosenberg, chair-
man of the Administrative Com-
mittee of the American Zionist
Council, at the morning Plenary
-i --ion. laid special emphasis on
the importance of "rearing a new
generation dedicated to the pres-
ervation of the historic continuity
Of the Jewish people." He added
that "this is essential for the
building of a strong American
Jewry which would also serve as
.-. hinterland for an economically
strong Israel Mr. Rothenberg al-
so outlined the tasks facing the Zi-
onist movement today in imbuing
American Jewish youth with a
-i use of spiritual identity with the
Jew ish people and a loyalty to its
heritage.
In a series of resolutions deal-
ing with international affairs the
conference called upon the
United States Government to re-
affirm in unmistakable terms
America's commitment to the se-
curity and independence of all
Middle East nations and its de-
termination to prevent aggres-
sion be it military or economic.
At the same time tne resolution
took note of the Administration's
desire to maintain friendly rela-
tions with the Arab countries,
but urged that there be no ap-
peasement at the expense of Is-
rael.
In another resolution adopted,
the Conference took note of at-
tempt- b> Aral' state- to Cut off
the Jordan headwaters flowing in
to Israel, thus aiming to deprive
Israel <>f its lifebleiod. It urged the
United state- Government "to use
the full weight of its influence to
deter the Arab States from a
course which is bound to reach a
major crisis in the Middle East."
In a resolution on Soviet Jewry,
the Conference Of the' American
Zionist Council appealed to the Sov-
iet Government to eliminate all
discrimination against Jews and to
, cord the Jewish community in
Soviet Russia the right and the op-
portunity for full national, relig-
ion- and cultural expression. The
resolution called upon Its constit-
uent organization.- and their mem-
bers "to take the leael on the in-
ternational and local levels in the
campaign Of public protest demon-
strations anet in their expression
which will keep the plight of our
Jewish brethren in Soviet Russia
l.efore American and world public
opinion."
Sossin at Meet
In Washington
Michael St i" executive di-
rector oi the Btackstone Hotel, at-
tended the nation.'! convention ol
the National Council of Senior
i itizens Ias1 weekend in Washing-
DC u r-l
S. -in is a member ol the Flor-
, state Commission on Aging
and the- Gerontotoglcal Society of
- on the Nation-
al Advisors Council of the Na
tiona] Council of Senior Citizens.
Newly elected officers of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary for 1965-66 aie seen at in-
stallation ceremonies held last week at West-
view Country Club. Lett to right (seated) are
Mrs. Frank Rose, vice president, membership;
Mrs. Byron Sparber, vice president, adminis-
tration; Mrs. Doran Zinner, president; and Mrs.
Leo A. Berman, vice president, Lobby Shop.
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Frank Perlman.
treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Adler, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Irene Fink, assistant vice
president. Lobby Shop; and Mrs. Eloise Bres-
lauer. parliamentarian. Other officers and
board members (not shown) are Mrs. Morris
Blau, vice president ways and means; Mrs.
Warren Witus, recording secretary; Mrs.
Harry Horwich, financial secretary; Mis.
Nathan Glover, assistant treasurer; and the
Mesdames Harold Zeeman. Leonard Steinei.
Jeannie Gordon. Bernard Yesner and Al
Berkowirz.
FBI Man Will Address Men's Club
Representative of the Federal Sunday. 10:30 a.m. in the Temple
Bureau of Investigation will be Auditorium, according to an an-
speaker at the regular monthly nouncement by Jack B. Shapiro,
breakfast meeting of the Broth- Brotherhood president
erhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Aaron Farr. program chairman
of the Brotherhood who arranged
for the spe-aker. said that t b 0
breakfast i- open not only t< me-ru-
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but to the general public as wt !.
Proceeds go to the youth actrvi-
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FriccT. May 28, 1965
Capitol Hill Support Up
For Anti Boycott More
LEGAL NOTICE
WASHINGTON i.ITA. Broad
>i:i>jx rt for a bill prohibiting co-
operation by American business-
men with Arab boycott practices
was voiced this week by a num-
ber of >in.it is and congressmen,
-lien the International Trade Sub-
committee of the House Banking
and Com merce Committee re-
sumed it- hearings on this subject.
The law would forbid American
busines-imn from filling out ques
tionnaires submitted by the Arab
League Boycott Office, aimed to
pressure American firms against
doinc business with Israel.
Previously, Department of state
D il Department of Commerce
representatives, while expressing
opposition to the Arab boycott.
strongly opposed the bill for a
number of reasons, the main one
beinj; that such legislation would
interfere with the Administra-
tion's policy of "economic denial
gainst Cuba.
Sen. Harrison A. Williams, New
Jersey Democrat, co-sponsor with
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, of the bill, disclosed
to the Subcommittee that during
the lengthy conferences with
State Department officials on
the bill they always stressed
?heir concern over the reaction
of the Arabs to such legislation,
out not once did the State De-
oartment mention the argument
about Cuba or Red China. "This
still has nothing to do with
Cuba.
The difference between the anti-
boycotl legislation and American
- against trade with Cuba
were also discussed in detail be-
t fa e Committee b j Senator
its. The New York Republican
sin "the anti-boycott bill
will hall boycotts and also has the
,-irtue oi being consistent with
t s policj with respect
i tra e w itli Cuba and Commun-
\t the time when the
for firmness in foreign policj
recognised by the v
. our policy with re-
s'. Arab boj cotl .- one
ol weakm m," Sen Ja\ its chai
anuel Ceiler, New York
Democrat, chairman of the House
Judicial*} Committee, also rejected
the Administration's claim of an-
alogs between the A r a b boycott
and trade restrictions against Cu-
ba. Rep. Ceiler stressed that, if
the legislation were adopted and
(he Arabs saw that black-mailing
American firms was no longer pos-
sible, they would continue to trade
with the U.S.
Strong support of the anti-boy-
cott measure was also voiced in
testimony by Rep. Abraham A.
Mutter, of New York; James
Roosevelt, of California; and
Leonard Farbstein, of New York.
All are Democrats.
Rep. Thomas L. Ashley, Ohio
Democrat chairman of t h e sub-
committee, conceded to Rep. Mill-
ter that the Administration had no
conclusive evidence that Adoption
of the anti-boycott measure would
destroy IS Arab relations.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 65C 5526
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
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No. 65C 5547
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66548 A
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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No. 65C 52":.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 5131
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66935-A
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66695 A
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LEGAL NOTICF
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CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"And it shall come to pass in the end of days \
Oh Daughters of Moab that among all the
animals of the field, thou shalt choose the lowly
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66713 A
in RE: ttetati f
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All i'. r.-.n- Hnv-
IliM Claims or llemands Ak.hu. Said
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MAK T. l.KVV deceased late of I vail.
County, Florldu, I., the fount} Judgey
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Hob 73 I 16, Florldu Statutes, in theli
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I'.ul. County, Florida, within -i\ ...I-
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will I., barred.
Uati .1 ..I Miami, Florida, tli 1011.
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First publication ..f thii notice on
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MNSLEE i: l j;i; >iI:
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Suite 302, .'::i". SW LeJeune Rd
Coral lables, Plol Idu .. I l-'.i if i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IP4 CHANCERY
No. 65C4958
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You we here'.y n..tifi.-.l that :i Hill
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to .-.rv'- n :>' of >our Annwer ..r
Pleading .. the BUI of Complaint on
the plalnKft'i Attorney, Mil, T
VON ZAMIT. ISII Metropolitan Mi-
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and file the orislnaJ Answer ..r Plead-
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I'lrvult Osort in or before the Tth day
of .Inn.'. ISM I' yos fall to do w>.
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IN AND FOR OADE COUN '
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 669^3 C
IN RE Kl
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COLRT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
No. 66680- B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
Ins Clulins or I '.in.i n.l> Ajcatnst Said
y"ou are hereb) notified and re-
.|nii-.-il t.. present an> claims and de-
mands .N-lii.-li you ma) have i
II.....late oi w.i: Ml \.M WOUN (li
oeased lati ol Wayne County, Mich-
Inn, to Hi. Count) Judges Unde
Coonty, .iu\\ file the same in duplkrati
und aa provided In 0eoileti
li..ri.1.1 Statute.-. In th.ir offices in
die Count) Courthouse In l hide Coun-
ty, iiorida. within six calendar monthi
from Hi. lime of the f.r>t publL-ation
hereof. Off the snme *ill be barred.
tinted >t Miami. Florida, this 4tli
.i. | ..i May, A '' IS**.
.SII'.M.Y VVl'I.IX
At An. iiiar> Bntecutor
Plrst pobUcarlon of ttii?- notice on
tlie- Tth da) of May, IMS.
BAR PON s i ni:i.l.
Attorn.> I'..i Sidney Wolln.
AnclDar) Usecutor
403 Doponl Plan Center B/7-M-ll-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HKKKBY til VEX that
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IiukIii. ,n.|. i id. fictitious i
CORA I. WAV CLEANERS ..t
vllie, .I.-,i .; iblea, Florida. Int. nd to
-.. .1 ii.. ne iili tin- i 'lerk ..!
he I'll '' of I ladi I
PAl'l, I'AI.Vi
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IN THE C RCL'IT COURT OF THE
ITH JUD C L ClRCUT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA
NCHANCERY
No. 6iC 4790
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notice by publication
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY IJIVEN that
ili iiiioVi-duui'.l. desiiinc to erurnjti In
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CXITEI' lil'.M.TV < >. NOT INC at
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF tu.e
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL : =C^ T OF
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 4886
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IN THE CO UN TV jlDoE S COURT
IN AND FOR DAO= C0LN'%
FLOR.DA IN POO:
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in THE JEM ISII I'l.i'UII'IAN
ImiNK ANI' ORHKKEP Rl
. thla nil da) of Ma). a l>
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i: H L.KATHERM \N, Clerk,
Clrcuii Court, Had, County, Florida
I...,n By: Marruerlte Morford
Deputy Clerk
Culdin, Rothenberg t Lalehuk
:... Bis. .. > ne Bull llns
.Miami. Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
'. T-ll-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFTRER1 niVEN thai
the underalKned, di alrlna to enitasi In
busini W III ItlOUS name nl
"Mil. iM.l.ill T "I MIAMI I'MSMI
il. -s ..t W18 i 10th 'om t. Hi:. -
leah, Florida Intends to resleti
name with the Clerk ..: the Circuit
Court .( l hoi. Count) Fl
CHKMII A I. KKSK \ Rl il \Nli
I 'I :\ ElAll'ME.N I I'ORl'oRATION
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Goldman, Ooldst.
Ml... in i fur Ri -: -: i
401 \x
Florida ill H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 4811
EN ITH LOIS WALLACE.,
Plaintiff,
IVAN ERASMUS WALLACE,
[tefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO IVAN ERASMUS WALLACE
Residence l'nkn..w n
YoC AUK I1FREHY NOTIHED that
a Complain! for l>i\.,r.i. haa bees
filed BRBlnst >-ou, nnd YOC ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve
,-!' Man Answer to the Complalnl *n
the 1'i.n attorneys, ESSEN \
I -.-IV I SOI 120* A.'i-l.v Ul.li;..
Florida and Hie ih.- original
answei in tha office oT the ClecJ ol
tl. 'ii. tall i "ait I on oi before June
10th, 1*61 In da lull ol wlii.-li tlo-
.'..Hilda in: will I..' taken as .-..!'
attains!
i.,i. i Mlai Florida, tii I
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I B I.EA rilERM VN, CLERK
laeal I B) K M LYMAN
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I Inted at Miami, i : i.. ttii.- 4th
da) of May, A.O
- \NI.I Y HENRI LIEB
At Bxi
Pli -t publii atlon of this e on
the 7th da) of Mu).
sa\iii:i..i UA.NI.
Attorne) i" above et
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 666476 S I
IN RE: Estate of
ANN M, HNDT,
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and \r. liar-
Ins Claim- or Demanda Aaminst Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
qulred tn present an) ilnJs and de-
mands which you mu luvr uif.iitiMt
the estate of VNN M (ItNDY, de-
i-i a-. .1, late ..i i .i. ntj Ploi Ida.
to the Count) Jud i. Dade
County, and id., the same in duplicate
and aa provided in He. rim, t:i:i lh
l-'loi i.i.i s aicee in
I ..i.i, 'minti. Florida, wlthli -i\ oa
iiiil.ir nintit h- 11 om IS ol
first pirbllcaIi w ill be i.a: red
l ..'. i ..i Miami, i" : i. tid.s Dth
da) ol Ma i
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Attorni i -,.r
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Miami, Fl .
11-21-28


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