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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Iblume 38 — Number 23 I a | >a i Split leen Over >-G Stand Miami, Florida. Friday. June 4. 1965 Three Sections — Price 20* [TEL AVIV — (JTA) The pos Mlity of a split '" the Mapai U!> betweM the majority favorPnme Minister Levl Bthkol ilan to kill .i .sue | and which had allegedly espionage for Eg) pi i Israel. Luneahl, who faces a sentence of fro-Ti six to ten years' imprisonment if convicted, contended H>at the subversive documents found try police in his organiiaContinued on Page 2-A & ,,_jsassiiiiii I1T3 ^aa wp^? — ., jH f %m W A 7%  / 1 t* +tf %  fl I 1 %  J Tension Rising Over Jordan Border Raid 4*48 CMKFS IN PARLEY PAGt 7-4 ISHAILI TROOPS RETALIATE PAGE 9-4 Off. WILLIAM A. WEXLIR new president B'nai B'rith Gives Nod To Atlantan TEL AVTV — (JTA I Dr Wil !i .'ii A Wexlt i". 01 Sa Ga., lecte 'I pre id 'til il : B'rith .it the t lose ci th< or lei %  nnial cons,ei 'i n, : %  tlei pi "i t h e %  •. i I of Sa \ annah an l i b ii' I he Israel : or auiiatiua (here, has held >ince '56, Ihe p. tl oi interns : • B'nai B"nl ipi the highi -t i isit :i next to the pre idi In Ge* rgia, he is also known an ar lenl rter ol civil ri II succeeds Label \ Kat2, of Nov. Orleans, who was (., %  > ..•,! h m ; .,i \ ; resi lenl tor life Associate Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg told the delegates that in an age of growing resistance to intolerance, the trea'ment by Soviet authorities cf Russian Jews was an "anachronism" and that it was a "grave mistake" for the Soviet Union to hold the view that "in a generation or two, if the present situation contirues, the Jews of the Soviet Union will have disappeared." Prime Mini ler Levi Eshkol told the 1.300 delegates that assimiContinued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM — (JTA Ten sion between Israel and Jordan continued to grow Sunday after Jordanian troops stationed near the border opened fire on the Mus rent Quarter Of Jerusalem killing a 14 year-old Israeli girl and a Christian carpenter working at the Notre Dame Monastery, and wcunding two nuns at that building. Also wounded by the Jordanian fire was an Israeli woman and a >econd Israeli girl. The dead %  -;irl was identified as Yafah Ben yamina. Sunday's shooting by the Jordanians at Jerusalem's densely populated Musrara Quarter followed .-. %  ei kind of incidents along the Jordan-Israel bonier precipitated by last week's bombings of Israeli settlements by Jcnlani.ni based Arab terrorists which were ii Hour, i b) I s r a el I retaliatory warning strikes at Arab terrorist training bases In Jordan. 'Ihe i~ units -truck at a Fatah :<%  ist training center and supply base at Shuna, on the east bank of the Jordan River south ol the Sea Of Galilee and at limited targets in the villages of Jenin and Kalkil ya on the Jordanian side of the border. Following Sunday's shooting by Jordanian units, ambulances removed the Israeli civilian casualties to hospitals while police cordoned off the danger area around the Notre Dame Monastery and the Musrara Quarter. An Israeli spokesman denied a Jordanian claim that Israelis were the first to open fire in Jerusalem and said that the claim had been made to justify the unprovoked attack on the Jerusalem urban area. Ihe warning action by the Israeli units earlier in the weekend was aimed at areas along the Jordi nian side of the border which b ive served as bases of activit) Continued on Page 15-A Conservative Rabbis Seek Chaplaincy Move KIA.VKSHA LAKE, \V JTA) 600 delegates to t*i tal i n\ ention of the II .>' > binical Assembly of Amen, a %  ved .c Union this week pro-.'i'_ that the Commission .'ii .1 e w i h i • iplaincy be removed from the Jewish Welfare Board and placed "under responsible re ligious auspices." The resolution suggested the Synagogue Council ol America The resolution instructed the Rabbinical Assembly should be ready to endorse chaplains unilaterally, with the United Synagogue Of America, if a cooperative plan • worked out on an inmination basis The United S) nagog <• is the c mgregational arm of Conservative Judaism, Sanford So'ender, executive viccpresHent of the JWB, commenting en the resolution, said that the JWB had consistently been responsive to the wishes of t*>e rabbinate in regard to Jewish military chaplaincy. He said that the three rabbinic bodies had created the Commission and named their delegates to it. The Commission membership and its Continued on Page 11-A BUT MOT REWRITTEN Vatican Says Draft On Jews Revised ROME — (JTAi — Sources close to the Vatican revealed this week that "some changes and modifications" were made in the draft of the Declaration on Jews by the plenary meeting of the Vatican's Secretariat for Christian Unity which took place two weeks ago under the chairmanship of Augustin Cardinal Bea. However, the same sources em/: l that the original text, reiating the charge that the Jewish ; %  pie i • icified Jesus, ha been "re\ ised" in the ha\ in : been "rewritten" or "reiriginal had been aped | reliminarily by .< \ ote 11 thi Ecumi ni< il Council last year Th plenary meeting of the Secretariat was attended by 30 bishops who considered 242 amendments tr> the t*xt. The Secretariat decided to forward the Continued on Page 13-A Dr. Ilerzog /s Britain's Chief Rabbi Orthodox Meet Eyes Soviet Jewry's Status P-S. Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg and Mrs. Goldberg boarding an El Al Israel Airlines jet to Israel, where Justice Goldberq addressed the final sessions of the B'nai B'rith triennial convention. PALLSBURG, NY. (JTA) The Rabbinical Council of America called this week on the Soviet Union to give Russian Jews "unqualified religious freedom" and ureed 'he United Stales G vernnient to act against the Arab boycott The Stands were taken ill res lutions ad >ted at the Orthodox organization's annual convention. The 500 rabbis reelectcd Rabbi Israel Miller, of New York, as pres ident He expressed support for a bi partisan bill now in Congress to permit Sabbath observers in federal jobs to practice their religion without being subjected to "economic and Other difficulties." Two Yeshiva University faculty members told the delegates that while OrthodoK Judaism had made great progress in this country, it should not "overlook its failures." They were Dr. Charles Liebman and Dr. Irving Greenberg. Dr. Liebman said Orthodox leaders had failed to grapple with such problems as Jewish and non-Jewish relationships, the role of women in religious life and "the radical criticism of religion" created by modern thought. Dr. Zoraih Warhaftig. Israel's Minister of Religious Affairs, told the convention that almost all Israeli Jews, regardless of personal belief and practices "maintain si me ties with fundamental relig ious law" in their daily lives and that about two-thirds of the Jews Continued on Page 10-A TEL AVIV (JTA) —Dr. Yaacov Herzog, assistant director eral in the Israel Foreign Affairs Ministry and son of the late Chief RaJ bi Isaac Herzog of Israel, accepted this week an offer tendered him bj a seven-man delegation oi Britif.h religious leaders of the pi St Of Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth. Dr. Israel Brodie, the present Chief Kabbi. is retiring shortly, l>r Hen ig told the delegation he was deepl] moved by the honor. He expressed the hope that, as ( hief Habbi. he would have the full cooperation of all segments of British Jewry. A major doctrinal dispute rocked British religious Jewry last year. Declaring that the "wrench of departure" from Israel had made his decision a difficult one to reach, he added that there was also present an urge to serve the cause of Judaism and the world spirit against a "background of faith and Jewish eternity." He said he consulted on the offer V ith Premier Eshkol who told .him that he would understand the acceptance. Born in Dublin, Dr. Herzog served as Israel's Ambassador to Canada, as Minister of Israel to Poland, and as director of the United States division of the Israel Foreign Affairs ministry.



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?aqe 2-A Jmlsii ncrMian Friday. June d i ELE\ Fl : I 1 I 'It i Miami Chapter of AJCommittee to Honor Katzman for his 'Years of Dedication' lames R. Katzman will be honor.in Executive Board meetinjj the Greater Miami Chapter oi American Jewish Committee next Wednesdaj a) the Duponi Plaza Katzman, vice president oi ih' v lapter, haa been chosen by the cal American Jewish Comanittee u to be cRed "for his man) years of leadership and dedica•n to the American Jewish Com 1 ltllT The award is being made •hrough the cooperation of The Beth Torch USY Honors Mothers Beth Torah United Synagogue v.outh hosted a breakfast honoring oil crs last week in the Social Marshall Baltuch, director oi %  e i SY program, reported hhal er 120 teen-agers and mothers ere in attendance At this closing breakfast ol the ,ii Jessica Snyd r and Alan nan sen ed as chairmen. Activities began at li a.m.. with %  rvteea in th< main sanctuary, led uhe USY'ers Mike Patipa as Rabbi with Mi< I chanting The D'var Torah ,i ITI bj Tobj ( 'n\ ell Program included a report by Steven Weininger, president of 'he Senior Chapter, and president, Southeast Region. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz extended greetings ind Arthur I. Snydor, Mayor of North Miami Beach, was principal speaker. Program w i I activity i ..it, a n f New York Citj for 2."> % ears Katzman attended Syracuse in iversity and Columbia Universitj Law School. H i s previous affiliations include the following: president of the Watertown, N.Y., Kiwanis Clubs; Lieutenant Governor, New York State Kiwanis Clubs; past national president. Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. 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Rich E Deutcn, .isistanl treas irer; ..ni Lav rence Porter n < retarj. The recant election to the Board of Governors saw David P. Catsinan, Dr. Norman S. Jaffe. Sidney Lefcourt, Sidney Meyer and Louis Spitzer selected for three year terms. Westview is presentlj conduct i major capital improvements r mi ii Inch w ill include a new %  ilth i lull, patio li i cocktail ind lounge and ladies card I has alread) be tin on the e linpnn i ill iiit pro.. '. %  j oi the recontouruuj ol and the installation newest ol S Kitfaern Golf Grass recently released first time bj the Greens i • the I'M v In the largest vote in the city's annals, Elliott Roosevelt became the nev. Mayor ol Miami Beach in Tuesday's election. Roocevelt defeated the Incumbent, Melvin Richard, bv 10.002 to 8,601 votes. The son of the late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the city's new chief executive, insist ed "it was not my father's name that won," as he studied the victory figures. 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Philharmonic Program Series Eiiiarr ROOSIVUT new mayor Youth Group Amateur Hour '• th Vm, .' ith National l-v. • I ith. held amati ur hour pro am Monday O/fici rs elected al .i r • nclude arlene Malin, president; Jean Raskin, vice president, Robin Cor enblum regional board member; Mel Berkowitz, treasurer; Ellen S H '• r in a i). recoi %  i11 .'(ri tarj. Auerbai h. coi respondin ; sec 11 tan The Greater Miami Philharmonic Society has announced the long%  united plans for the special summer concerts to be presented at the City of Miami Marine Stadium during July and August. In the series will he special prograOM devoted to Irving Berlin. George Gershwin and Rodgers and llammerstein. Leroy Anderson will return to Miami on July 3. after an absei ci Of three years and present "An Evening with Laroy Anderson." The noted conductor and composer v ill introduce several newcompositions never performed in con cert. h Henderson, a favorite ol Miami audiences, will premiere a ial program July 16. ol Irving Bet • c Henderson will i .ii th %  sum ie Cleveland Orchestra His | ique %  it •• I i pro evet Ji hnny Green, musii din ctor and conductor of t h e Academ Awards presentations, has bec-i nominated 12 times and holds foi coveted "Oscars' of the \lotio Picture Academy. During the pa-: 17 seasons. Green has been on ol the top draws at the HoUywoo Bowl. He will repeat his latest Gershwin program for the twiligl I concert audiences on July 31. The Rodgers and Hammerstein (vening will be the duplicate i .•' regular Hollywood Bowl po| concert Negotiations are und< way to complete plans for a ditinguished conductor and soloist for the Aug. 14 concert. Raj mond Paige, popular n us ector and condu< tor of the R. io I itj Music Hall, will close tl '•• ies oi Vug 28. 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Page 4-A 9-Jewlsl^ncrk/lar Friday, June 4, 1965 -Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewt.h Floridian does not guarantee lh# Kashrutb of th* merchandise ndv*rt>**d In Its column.. Published every Friday ..nee ***** '£%£""* „ iw V R Sixth Street. Miami 1, Fionoju S^oid-C.. Po.e Paid at Miami. Florid.. Engliah-Jawiah Newapapars. and the Fiorina r RATES : SUBSCRIPTION Local Area ..- On. Y.ar WOO Thr.. Y.ar. |12 00 Out of Town Upon R.queet Volume 38 Number 23 Friday. June 4, 1965 4 Sivan 5725 Shavuoth's Higher Spiritual Order Jews throiKjhout the world will celebrate the Shavuoth holiday beginning on sundown Saturday. Traditionally, the observance, as ordained by ancient law, was desiqned to give farmers the opportunity cf expressinq their gratitude for the first fruits of their sprina harvest. Later. Shavuoth became identified with the handing down of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mt. Sinai. With the Jews but recently out of Egyptian slavery and wandering in the desert, the Ten Commandments gave them a spiritual purpose that fortified their physical vearmng for return to their homeland. Thus gratitude and moral values ere the hallmark of the Shcvuoth ccservcnce todav. But more Shath serves to identify Ihe destiny ?.n on earth with the eth : cal prets of his Maker. In th's case, I on the occasion of Shavuoth : ize that their "seli-determin:s as much a product of their i as of their endeavor. As in all Jewish holidays, Shavuoth rises above the ancient, practical consideration in which it found its origins and aspires toward unification with higher spiritual meanings. In our own time, the agricultural purpose of Shavuoth will be expressed on the farms and in the vineyards of the State of Israel — as this meaningfulness was not expressed during the countless generations of Jewish exile. But for Jews everywhere, the observance will serve again to indicate their moral achievement — their obeisance to a higher ethical order. ISrUVUOfH \ is definite in the view that the Jewish press is one of the most positive sources of Jewish community strength in America today. The survey lists a number of areas of achievement without which, it concludes, American Jewry would be deleteriously "weakened." But it also goes in for some sharp criticism voiced by congregational rabbis and public relations directors of national Jewish organizations upon whose response to a questionnaire the survey was based. The sad thinq is that these sources are frequently themselves the reasons for the weaknesses of the Jewish press of which they complain. Furthermore, such newspapers sufferinq the maladies they list are just as frequently mirror reflections of the communities they serve. Those communities truly demandinq more of a newspaper in the line of siqnificant information miqht be less demandinq in the aiea of their greatest public relations concerns. It miqht be well for all of us to jump off toward areater achievement from our position of strenqth rather than from an overemphasis on weaknesses. It is an all-too-easy tusk the critics take in their primary fixation on the weaknesses. The Election is Over The election on Miami Beach Tuesday for mayor and city council opened many wounds dunnq the hard-fouqht campaiqn. To the victors belongs the support of the community now that the race is over. With the heat of the run past. Miami Beach may best be served as its citizens close ranks behind the successful candidates. The new mayor and incumbent and new city councilmen deserve this opportunity to carry out their platform pledges in an atmosphere of cooperative anticipation. Holding the MD Line A bill introduced into Israel's Parliament last week would prevent qraduates cf the Hebrew University Medical School from leavinq the country durinq the first three years after they have earned their deqrees. The bill spotliqhts the interestinq socioloqical difference between that country and, for example, our own, where the hiqhest premium is placed upon the medical practitioner. In both lands, the best qrade of medicine prevails. But in Israel, the physician is little more than a mildly qlorified tradesman or professional; while in the United States, his counterpart is showered with social qrace and distinction, as well as copious financial remuneration. Younq Israelis with fresh medical decrrees are aware of the socioloqical difference. The government's new bill is designed to permit the country to reap some of the benefits of their know-how before they olunge into the direction of seeking "brighter" futures abroad. I AM saddened by the death of Malcolm Ross; although during the week surt. tXTfu few years, we met only nn accidental occasions j n tt, f supermarket, or flying through either drugstore j n Coconut Grove, each of „< with a magazine or newspaper we had just boueht There we would pause, find it hart) to gaze into one another's eyes, and make painfully polite talk The last time, it was not even a meeting: the vast distances between shelves of canned foods separated us. and we simply nodded Once it was not that way. I came to the University of Miami as a wet eared tyke hark j n 1347. Perhans it was mv absolute naivete that first attracted Mike'i attention. For my part. I reacted with awe. I recalled hideep. sounding resonant voice on the radio several years before, when as chairman of President Roosevelt's Commission on Fair Employment Practices, he stoutly defended both the agency's purpose arid right to exist. But a mean minded congressional havestl it had its will When, as a young I'M faculty member I finally it seemed I was in the presence of a celebrity Of course I Mike, by then, was the author of a novel. Death of a Yale V plus other works At the university, he found himself im public relations chores and. later, head of its press It seen me then, as it docs today, that the title of his novel said sad about himself Perhaps it was 'bat he had had thi knocked out of him in Washington, We never talked about I am quite certain that if he were alive at this moment M I disagree not to be argumentative, but genth to protect tl of the public domain. %  NEVERTHELESS, PONDERING as I frequently did over %  ^ tune, it appeared to me that he came I curl in upon I the university which in my own view nevet > n ployed his l capabilities except in a verj superficial waj Bui then this %  yielding pattern nn campus hen and those who really know • the i M except its facade and its physi pn munity, would be the onlj ones lo react angrilj to this %  For they are themselves the victims of the image of the Mike, in his quiet Intelligence, sought to project That wa it i> particular!) sad thai he should thus be twice punished even after death Foi Mike was more than a public relal an n the editor of a pn ss which takes its mam pride from soi %  pen nn.,. ,i a refli thout the i lays. He In in the i i in a kii i< enl sei is and troi %  a close then with ui note horrors increa king to death the exoth tin area todi lie visited me occasional!) on even ngs when the nits of our discussion once. I did a photographii his magnificent granite head It was not hard to be since him as a subject, but I remember being flattered that I sufficiently pleased to ask me for a copy he could give of his named Dean Rusk. The portrait has since bung exhibitions. ALL OF THAT time. Mike was hard at work on a new novi %  ^ Man who Lived Backwards." which subsequently appear the Farrar. Straus and Reinhart imprimatur. In the summer >: 194*. I recall a three-way telephone conversation with his aditoi N'ew York, to whom he introduced me with the easy grace of n meH upremely adept in social situations. It's hard enough to meel face-to face — really to meet them — but Mike could bring introduction even on a telephone. He had little use for sartorial splendor, and he was alwa the kind of tonsonal state that would bring bliss to a cons, :. %  • barber. I once came to his office at the university, then in bling. two-Story, clapboard building above the campus post where we discussed the proposed publication of a faculty n devoted to science and its impact on a variety of fields My ment was to examine science and modern literature Mike sal with his feet up on his desk, which grew to fascinate me as our mi flow by: he was wearing two different-colored socks. After a while, he asked me straight out what I was starii looked vexed and followed my gaze. (Somehow, I felt he knev beforehand.) He broke into resounding Laughter. Apparently accustomed to this kind of error in bis dressing He could:: • cared leas, shrugged, and we continued our discussion Th< zine never came out: although each of us. including Hill Mui the History Department, and several others, had ail faithfully Dieted our assignments This was and apparently remain! i nature of the university, where -• a -hells, flaura and fauna reign I A F T ER THE MISFIRING of the magazine our paths seen ** cross less and less frequently His fortune at the univen varied turns; as did my own often. I would gaze at his the smouldering eyes tethered to the needs oi the circun world in which h< now lived l found this a chastening expend ling back of the naive enthusiasm he perceived in tb in n • When I l> ft the university, I heard occasional report l "" r on camp:oi that he was associated In or thai he was still publications editor The repo conflicted Then it was thai we took at e and odd mo n %  eting In thi nip. rmarki t or at either of the drugstores <;, x where both ol ua felt the sense of di fort arisinf • i a relationship long since dead At such times, l rei three-wa) telephone conversation he arranged Involving thi us and John Myer then a top editor with Farrar Straus W he able to pull it off with such aplomb now 1 didn't think so im. hi disagree with this, too.) Malcolm Ross u gone and. what seems to me. at such a agi The yearha\c raced by quicklv. Once. I should have sixty nine ancient It brings back to'mv mind the converse. often had about the passage of time a factor so important i: and Virginia Woolf and Prowl and Kafka and Mann. And I her, later as editor of this newspaper, shocking members of thi ish community because, as they saw it. J was so young for MM I Today. I am closer to Mike back in 1947 And the sense '' %  '" comfort, both for Mikes pasting and mvself. is one not easil) %  aide, for it spotlights a terrible dilemma: There is a great ence between knowing what ,,ne is and who one is Mike, w pus. was not quite certain of the answers to both (He might yet again.) But he left | profound mark on me. and in retrospect, thi lection of him. Ins p-voiced, -oft mannered way, brin beyond bis own lifetime.



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Friday. June 4, 1963 +Jew!st fhrMliin Page 5-A 9 More than 1.100 members attended the yearly culmination of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah activities recently at the Seville Hotel. Left to right at the gala donor installation are Mesdames Henry B. Wernick, outgoing program chairman; Nat Barth, president for a third term; Barnett Beckerman. donor chairman; and Maurice Cahn. administrative vice president. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink (not shown) was installing officer. Beth Sholom Will Confirm 51 Students; 1 am Joseph Your Brother' Chosen Theme Fifty-one boys anil girls, will be confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday evening, according to Mrs. Ir\inn B. Kaplan, chairman ,>t the l'-oani of Education. The students will be presented with confirmation certificates at the service on Fridaj evening, rhey will also be presented with 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced on Bond Pooer WHILE YOU WAIT Cash t Carry LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS RfcPORTS CONTRACTS Serving Miami Sin -. i94e 9S N.E. 13th Streot PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS '-"•5 DODGE OthT Fine Cars. 2 95 Per Blue r Day plus Vl-age BEN'S RENTALS • 14S1 W. FIAGIER i < FR 3 0326 \ SPECIALIZING IN FHA A VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Yar AHo A Complete Insurance Service Altaian Insuranc* 1 Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. 7-9655 inscribed Bibles as a gift from the Sisterhood. Theme of this year's service is "I am Joseph, Your Brother.'' relating to the classic affirmation of brotherhood of all people, selected by the class and written by a Class Committee under the guidance of Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom A reception in honor of the confirmands will follow the service in the auditorium. Confirmands will also meet in a conclave at the Diplomat Motel on June 8 and '.) Confirmation Parents Committee this year was headed by Mrs. Irving Kushman, and the members of her committee are Mrs. Royal Flat;8 Jonas, treasurer: Mrs. Elliott Cohen, secretary: chairman of reception, Mrs. Sylvia Silvers: caps and gowns, Mrs. Eugene Weiss: photographs, Mrs. Harol:l Davidson: flowers. Mrs. Myrtle Epstein; tickets. Mrs Ben Silver: and conclave. Mrs. David Sbelist. Confirmands this year include: i". HI. in iPati l< .i daughti r ••( Mr. RIUI Mihrnnk Alt.-i i*j itnsj Louise, daughter ul Mr unrl M H II irold AnniMin; KnchWI* s-,.i. daiiKtiter of Mi Abram Baker: John Irving Barat k. son HI Mr Rhrmun i I : ind MiI, nitnrd Ai-I. .' II Rena, ilaus.hi. r ill Mr and Mi Herbei I i' Kyle l\>. dnUeThte-r ol I M and Mr-. Klllotl i 'ohen Rartmi Vnn daugh Mr ol Mr and Mra King Dnnsk) Isabel Surah, daughter %  •( Mr and Mr* 11. in. 1.1 ii.in.lv II I'.i. hard, m .-f Mi .III.I Mrs Samuel I n.-.k-l.i Vlrkl rhereae, daughter at Mr and Mra i |.i i i ii-ii. U.-I Kugei ^ .. n. son ..f Mr Tli... I. !. Eustein and Mis. M\ rilf Rpateln. rUi bard Bi in %  son nl Mr and Mm Kmanuel Flen; Karen RocheUV. daugh I,-I ..f Mi and Mrs Me4\in K h. i i: • ll. mi .ih. daughti i f l ir and \l i i>f Mr. ai %  Si • r.f f Mi m • i Mi .%  %  %  %  m I! I.> mi. .1 Mrs Moll u ml Mi!-...! %  %  Hi u r.l i fr.-i Uordon, Mrs jun M of Ml inI Mr M %  .. II %  • \lt Ii.(.ire Kra vlti ,M i nnd Mi i K vlts; Kin n. Lynn, daughter of Mr nnd Mi Martin K irawi Scott, -..ii ..! Mr tnd Irvine Kushmai Ohei l Ann. daughter of Mr and MrMorris uzai l;..i.. rl Rlllot, -..i nl Mi! % %  ;. i. II. John Robert, son of Mr and Mrs David Leventhul; tvtmrah Ruth, daughter "f I'r and Mrs I.e., levin; Joanne Terry, daughtei ol Mi mil Mis Arthur Lowell; Debby liar rleti. daughter • %  Mr and Mrs Alfred Man. Herbert Bernaajd. son of Mr Nathan Margolts: Kusan Beryl, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Miller: Mania Lynn, daughter % %  < Mr ami Mrs Joseph MiiiH-lii.-k Steven Jay, -..ii of Mi and Mrs Ralph Osaakow ; Jo Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs ia, k Rauch: Litbeth Helen, daughter of IT nnd Mrs Julian A Rlrkles: Terl Sue, daughter of Ml and Mrs Leonard Rlvklnd s. it Edward, son of Mr and Mrs Sldnet Ross Ai.m Charles Bon of Mrs Annette Shapiro; Vivian Sue, daughter of Mrs Sally Shellst: Dorl* Jean, daughter ,>t Mr and MiBei Silver; Robert Henrs MM ..f Mr ( Tiai Ii SI and Mi Syh la vers Loui David, son ,.f Mr. and Ml I"-. |h Sllvei -• % %  ii Lisa Rose, (hter of l -r an.I MiCharles Si. in Violet Ann. daugl lei %  Mr .in.I Mrs Jose Ventura: Ann Helen, daughter "i l>r and Mrs Kugeni Weiss Sharon Kli—. da ighter of Mr and MrMian Wilson Danger of Mapai Split Over Gurion's Stand Continued from Page 1-A the present political s'ruo^le was "concerned with the disintegration of the moral leadership of the nation. Without this moral leadership," he declared, "our future would be jeopardized." Other speakers at the meeting included Shimon Peres, who resigned from his post as Deputy Minister of Defense in support of Mr. Ben-Gurion and Haifa Mayor Abba Kniushy. The meeting was concluded af ter midnight, at Kfar Hayarok. While no negotiations had been held between the two factions, the majority had agreed that Mr. BenGurion could head the Mapai election list—provided it was understood that he would not assume the Premiership but leave the Government's highest post to Mr Eshkol. Zvi Dinstein. Controller of Foreign Exchange, was appointed a special advisor to the Ministry of Defense, a post in which he was expected to assume most of the dutiii by Shimon Pi : n< d last w Mr.Dinstein was previously a member ol ;i Def< use Mir mission to Europe Executive Joins Bank Warren I.. 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.aqe 6-A +Je*lst fhr/dH^r Friday, June A Honorary president, Irving Schatzman. Miami Beach Lodqe 3f B'nai B'rith, presents citation to Milton Kahn, vice president, for achievement during the recent lodge membership ampaign. Presentation was made recently at the lodge's egular noon luncheon session in the DiLido Hotel. JUST ARRIVED NYLON TUBELESS WHITEWALLS BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY FIRSTS TWO YEAR 670x15 OR 710x15 GUARANTEE SIZE 650x13-11.95 760x15-14.95 800/820x15-17.95 750x14-12.95 800x14-13.95 850x14-14.95 All prices plus fed. fxeife Tax 1.61 fo 3.06 and your old fire. FREE TIRE MOUNTING AND ROTATION MM Jo Dili* Hwy. So. Miami Ml-1011 Ml N.E. 117th St. He. Miami taach Wl 1-7121 MN N. *• %  Maal n i-irn Survey Views English-Jewish Pre ss By Special Report W ISHINGTON — If the English Jewish wreeklj i"' 1 '-suddenl) dis appeared, the effeel would be a weakened American Jewrj This ithe finding ol a survey rep M-ti'ii HI the Maj issue "i the National •' e w i s li Monthly, pub I .v B"nai B'rith Without t)nnlish Jewish newspapers, the sunej ni i I, Jewish organiiations and synagogues would lose an important community • wide means for publicizing their activities and attracting new members. 2| lrh es would be less i ffective : I ai koul on m ish inten lCr* based on questionnaires sent io congregational rabbis, publurelations 'li rectors f Jewish national organi cations and t<> Jewish weekly publishers themselves Most respondents considered the disappearance ol the Jewish week lj press "unthinkable Bui Uie> were also unsparing in their criti cism f it They agreed, among other thing*, that many weeklies are "doll," "uninspiring," "poorly written and edited (with) little or no influence in molding Jewish community opinion." Rabbis and public relations i'\ peris agreed with the aims and goals "I tin' Jewish press, but barely 10 percent law these as %  a ctual accomplishments." The weeklies were widely criti cized for placing "disproportionate" emphasis on social news, and f(.r "sensationalizing small matters into greal issues'' — particu larlj anti-Semitic incidents Another criticism was thai most • ia\ored news tr< • Israel" — that i~ over hasizing new items Iron: o ]•'.. el me 65 pen enl "I the i abbis Students Take Part in Service At Beth David Beth David Junior Congregation will conduct the entire service in the mam sanctuarj this Saturday partii ipants will include David Stone, junior rabbi. Joseph Shac ter, Robert Tanenbaum, David Sternshein and Andrew Lerner, chanters Ralph Kazer and Riva shift will deliver ceremonies School students will also read the Torah and Haftorah at the Junior Congregation Sabbath l'ar ticipants anDavid stone. Richard Waas, Charles Silverinan and Rosemary Falk. who will chant the biessui. s Kenneth Ducks. Michael Fried man. Bruce Jamison and Alan Rosentbal will read portions ol the Torah Bruce K.cl.i will chant the Haftorah Winds Nedbor and itita Rosinek will introduce the Torah and Hal torah reading w ere polled lauded the Jl ;,,,-. ior doing a "good : %  > es ,, iienl job of reporting religious news 'Ihree out ol five said thai without the Jewish press much ol v h a t is called "Jewish news vould go unreported Publishers who responded to the questionnaire admitted many of the charges. But they also maintained that the shortcomings "stem not from a lack of response to community needs or lack of personal commitment, but rather are the result of a financial squeeze which makes qualitative improvements dif'i cult." \ -u percent reported thai tun ten vi Publish) i s ot irtdep Pub 11 S ll e r s o| || I; ,w n< d n M papi rs |9 and li. expressed misgivings trend to communit) o i Jewt! 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Friday. June 4, 1965 *1P*/$#> ncrk*&n Page 7-A By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Orthodoxy is Way for Law Prof. Tin' \ es he raised from the examination papers on His desk were sharp .1 n il ferreting Hiat titude was ricl lv professorial. M1 ~ black hair was -till wonderfull) robust, although greyed -t hold classes mi Frida) or Saturday No one would ex peel thai he would, iusl as no one would expect him to ''.it anj thing i>ui broiled fish at a uni\ ersity affair. lip look the cigar oul of Ins month a n d placed n carefully tenderly m tina-i> traj m ho ,ic does In eal traife food. Hallmark of Judaism ms ot conduct." he rate Jew s from other ideol • %  i ..-I us choose 'i\ • %  irms uIn 'i wo 1 an cum adopt Forms distinguish he alti ii!.-' i ve to I hen SAY ISRAELIS 'ATTACK' Vrab Leaders Mold 'Summit* } 5 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NHDS FOR /TS THRIFT SHOP All Tour furniture, Clotfiina, linens, Dishes, Drapes, ffc. PLEASE CAll US FOR PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 JIKM'geilCV 1 ONTJON — UT \ An mei meeting <>t the Prinae Mia -'cis oi the 13 Arab 1 eague mem1 ounti ies opened this week in ro, with an agenda centered peilj on the planned iHvei 1 bj \r.n> countries oi tribu es of Ihe Jordan River, to 1 :n those w atei s to Israel. I'ti • 1 luardian ol Manchester 1 • %  • bat Syria that an 1 attack took its on May 13 I the Sj ri ins no ide the the) did not ri irn the fire The Guardian said that, since then the Syrians apparently had stopped work on the project, lavmg concluded that it was almost impossible to protect the work from limited Israel bombardment. The development provoked con • • ape .. ion it M as 1 e porti 1, 1 ipeciall) in Lebanon. Mhere il was pointed out that n Syrii protect th< project ebanon can hard!) be expected others Mean while, King Hi ssein "i Jor was reported here as I a\ ing called on Jordanians lo join Ihe army, and thus "have the honoi j hi \ 1 PROF. GEORGE PICKAR taste of vindication Lei us perform hallmark >\ our lation Ihe ;: ual> .... ism 1 kar is a membi 1 : • : t'v states ol :; lass; %  si Florida and the D ght B l'n >n I'niver%  1 1956, judge oi the Muni lot ka He was also j orney I < pa locka W Iie n he 1 walls his student da) s .it Han ard and his teacher, Felix Frankfurter, he is talking about >ii— mentor. "Frankfurter's beliefs drove In 111 to the inv. instead oi the syn u. Prof, Pickar said. "He u M > %  • n igio 1about constitutional %  an Orth dox Jev is i ah. Frankfurter once described himsell as 'a believing iiniiclic\ e r.' %  kfurter son When he la; his former stu lent, e Pickar, thought to pre"intellectual -nn while Pi 'i Pii kar pro %  ated he heard thai Frankfurter hai d the 1 ole of son 1 1 a former student. lent hi pleti lox Jew. The Wellspring i iporse 1 hen he Pi kar savors this tale ii The "believnbeliever" had, in the end. 1 "itIrmed I I rthodox) He contra diet< 'I psychological jargon that explains awaj the search f r abso lutes as immal Pickai likethe taste "t vindication. •( ir.liodo.w is the w ellsprin %  oi Judaism, said Pickar As a group, it is t numerically and the weakest financiall) 'in protect itsi'li from being engulfed by the other two win Judaism, it sometimes adopts 11 aggressive .ntiti.de about its beliefs Bui n .fr to the 1 >i thodi \ gi oup thai l he Consen at i\ es draw personnel and ideals, it is the intensity of one's faith that finally decides which uroup of Judaism one should become attached to." George Pickar maintains that, since the days of Moses, there were shades oi thinking on ju daisni Bach of the three group* has something valuable to contribute to the perpetuation of Jewish ideals, There were always movements away from Judaism to alien beliefs. And there were movements back because oi the sentinel of Judaism — the Ortho dox Jew. Saying Kaddish 11 today, the whole woi Id livi d according to the T 1 r a practicing the waj ol life as the Orthodox version commands then none ol us w 0 u I d ha\ e trouble lit,'' Pickar said "' Inly a small ;n up %  1 Jew e tinmode of life b< cause our en. it so difficult. B lough an at ipt in I -ad this ter, I I e r I ri ct • principle. I to Ju la beca se 1 havt examin d il ... icall) When Pro! Pi di he said Ka lish foi the lllllel Ii 1 ami us. "Tl I 1 er) in perative In helping make a minyan. Orthodox, Conservative Reform — all of them came T h e n he smiled iseiv "The Christian boys they offered to come also Dade Jr. College Opens on Beach Plans for Miami Hade Jui • a Miami I' 1 enti r off ring freshm courses at the beginnii term r -ere reve 1 1 :. b) President Peter Jr. An an jemi nts ha\ e been pleted for %  facilil i< Ida M Fisher Junior High s, hi 1420 \.' he said. This will be the third centefor the fast-growing college which reached an enrollment o' 13,500 during the past year. In addition to a 245-acre cainpu; at 11380 NW 27th Ave., in Miami, a temporary South Dad: Center is bein/j opened this sum mer at Palmetto High Schoo pending completion of permanent South Campus facilities a' SW 104th St. and 112th Ave. Some 350 full time freshnuu st dents are expecte I for the Bi (.'enterinaugural term, ae ing to present projections l> Ma-iko said. Both credit ami none • courses will be available also fur part tune students Credit will bf scheduled during daytime at evening bum -. w ah non cro 1 ontiouing education cours< be limited to evening ho Beth Torah Students Listed d ol .'1 I n-ari six yci ies .,:. I") Cli Mi! at • 1 onl ibuti d sei 1 lo Ihe • ricia Karp, Starl) Viishaat Phillips. Samuel Snyder, A Kaj -tinman. Kobe; Vigmai .'. mer. Stephen Winer, \ m i — i tri ii^ j, This is the Canadian you switch to when you get richer. \t first, most people drink Se; i*s Y.O. only on special occasions. hen, i s their fortunes improve, they make V.O. their regular whisky. If you have reached this j ree of affluence, congratulations. If you haven't, cheer up. You've got something to look forward to. Seagram' Canadii Cii>Di .' %  '"-' >k(M i" tH %  % % %  '. • C.



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Page 8-A *• Jewish fhrkMan Friday, June 4, 19^5 Atlanta Leader Named BB President g*Su!t?S; For Front Display I ; 1 ag rl Continued from Page '-A lion was the creates ewish continuity, especially in intries where .•ebra Rim. Dave TIKIII. Rue Lubow, Paula Delson, I % "Una Lltman, Irene Abbott, I Inda Hodges, .I..I..Krllman, Judl %  •: M.I rtha \ tahuler, Sheila Letberman, Michelle I'arlln, 1;.' i1 Schwartz, C>'tithla Paunce, Barbara v..,;...! Ftonna Flaahman, Jonl Goodman, Arlvne KruaTer, Bobble Berrln, the Belt} !!•" hateln. Lloyd Bra**, Sherrl FVumkea, Stuarl Harris, Anita Oava, Karen l.indau, Harriet I laher, Suaan FVldman, KJalak. Ju> Potloi k, Jod> • 'or pnblum, Robin l> Ii %  • : -. Cutle Suaan Urad, PAbj Shulman, Joan i:. mil. i'ii, -. Blen Gri>wthrger, men Kaplan, Lair., Llebman, Debblt Pla kg, 1 'h> !li-w, in>l, 111. < a n .1 1 Deputy Premier Abba F.hnn said that the proposals voiced by Tunisian President Bourguiba indicated an emerging realism in the Arab world toward Israel. He told the delegates that Nasser doctrine that Israel would disappear under relenting Arab pressures was being questioned by "new voices" in the Arab world which he said were likely to grow. He said the Arab realism was developing from the realization that in 17 yean of Israel's existence, the Arabs had failed to curtail Israel's territory, to force a return of the Arab refugees to Israel, to prevent Israeli relations with most of world and to prevent Israel's t During monthly family services I Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard officiating oil Friday at 7:30 p.m.. a special Tribute will be paid to the follow ing members of the Post-Confirmation Club who have served as assistants in the Religious School for the past year: Ellen Altschuler. Shelly Simson. Muriel Light. Ted Silver. Bonnie Somberg. Penny Masters. Philip Levy. Sharlene Malin. Susan Plaks and Carole Kayo. Also to be honored are the following students who will he initiated into the Junior and Senior Honor Society being inaugurated at Beth Am: Lorna Uraaa, Laura Kogan, M Llndau, Leslie Mlllard, 1 %  •'.-.. R %  • ~ tea, Robert i i fttmms Dubbin. David Goldamith, Bill; \1. %  %  : 1< 1 •oh.-n. Stai • II 1 % %  I %  %  %  Mi, hai %  • U!i ha< 1 T< i• r. Karen Zlanuvn } % %  : %  : 1 Qoldamith, Amy .lavobnon, Pen%  Kfarc, lUiona -,\. I : %  \ id L< Itaon, n Pomeranu, Jill 1: N %  1 >. hl.v SaUcoff, Noi man \\ • t %  ,. %  •t-bbie Itodcea, Laura \ %  % % %  ership Training Institute was awarded Beth David I'SY Group '" "!,. ; .or selling the most tickets to the The delegates adopts a wideSimon*, Wend; south Florida Israeli Dance Fesranging group of resolutions tival held at Temple Menorah on n Stone, si r!.-. / i •• lira May 1. Beth David USY Dance Held Here Beth David I'SY held its annual dance in Spector Hall on Sat urday evening. On Sunday evening I'SY had its last meeting Of the season with, new slate of officers introduced A free scholarship to the Leadr.ational irrigation development project. Linking the survival of Jews out. side of Israel with Israeli Jewry. Fban said that the solidarity of the world community in support of Israel was an important factor in assuring Israeli's security He cited a number of other factors involved in Israel's security and growth These, he said, included the commitment of the interna Uonal community to Israel's independence, the resistance of most nations to forcible changes in political and Territorial structurees. the revulsion against war. and the Israeli policy of containment and deterrence which depended less on population and size and more on technology. 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Phone: FR 1-43611 (Miami) W. J. FICHT. G.P.A. lUSAj state separation in distribution of is funds through the federal Aid to Education A 1 t approved earlier this year. The convention urged th< U.S. Congress to adept the proposed amendment to the Export Control Act. which would forbid American lusiiu semen to fill out questionnaires from the Arab boycott office. That measure is now before Congressional committees Another resolution called on American Chambers of Commerce and trade associations to combat the Arab boycott. in VI D.C.. R presented to • vid Ri -.' 00] stud< .. fjowr, e on .1 11 p 1 1 ) 1. 1 • the coi >> i".i'" .' 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Friday, Juno 4, 1965 Yl (I > %  • >• 'JmMincrktkan Paqe 9-A Israeli Units Hit into Jordan > c 5am Wa'dman (left), president oi the Waldman Family Hotels in Miami Beech, is awarded the "Jewish Youth Ambassador" citation. The award was mode by Rabbi Chaim Wassermcn center), assistant director of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth, the teen-age Jewish Orthodox organization in the Un.ted States. Southern Reqion of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth recently held its 12th annual convention al Waldman s Hotel here. Right is Sholom Strajcher. former national president of the organization. Y 1 Camp Lists Summer Staff The counseling *Aff for the auntJecn Kolber. Irene Pomerantz, mer day camp program to be conRoberta Sandier. rhicted by the Y.M YHHA t Great. (r Miami hav been announced by i amp director. Hurt Garr. The staff will be divided into three administrative units, serving respect. i-ly the pre cJiool groups, first c third grade groups, and fourth sixth grade groups The counselors for the pre-SChoo] ii it are as follows: Janice Gold•cm. swimming instructor; Esr Lufain, arts and crafts instr id and sfnKir counselors: Nancy ireene, Miriam Kkrtz, l Linda ish< p Susan NaeM, Michael nond Pa il R i n, Jai k Sha Audi Singer, .< n d Lenore ochman. Junior counselors i r e k Friedman, Howard Hyman, imnie Kaufman, Manuel Diner. TEL AVIV V) — Israel • attacked a maraud i. et in tv Ji rdan this w >k in n '. liati >n foi i v. terrorist raids from ases The Israel rmy spokesman sa I ids ere a "warn uirthcr a Hacks in the Syr sponsored "Fatah" which raid 'i da, near the Jordanian bul tnd R imat H ikot csh %  %  • %  lama i d and injuries were infl : ct< I on s< \ en Israelis, Including three women and two children. The base at *"hune, south of Lake Tiberias, which served as a training and storage center for arms and explosives for Fatah irregulars, was "completely destroyed," the spokesman said. He said the troops blew up a mill and factory in Jenin and set a big fuel center on fire at Ouaiqi'yaHe added the targets were chosen carefully to avoid loss of civilian lives. He said there were no Israeli casualties in the raids but that 'seven men were injured, one seri %  te back to Is %  -. • %  to evacuati .'i each case i ide cert i that the er i r of peoi bel ; j ing th m. The spokesman said that Jordanian officials had been warned repea'edly against the raids but "these penetrations. from Jordan did not stop and the jcrJa.van authorities did not take ar.y steps fo prevent this activity." Thi raids were the first major [si lei thrusts into Arab territory %  inc. la %  car hen Israeli figl' plane: attack) d Syrian p isitii settl irea • been shelled I j Sj i II rs. S. S. SHALOM SPRING FESTIVAL MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE/TOUR-44 DAY THIS TOUR WILL LEAVE MIAMI MARCH 17 AND RETURN TO MIAMI APRIL 29 Ixtra time of all these ports of coll.LAS PALMAS PA1MA NAPLES MALTA RHODES PIRAEUS CANNES BARCELONA LISBON and a bonus of 9 DAYS in HAIFA nith the ship as your hotel. Rates start as low as All inclusive, including staterooms with 2 lowers and private facilities unlimited baggage allowance. RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER 18604 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 945-1232 $1386 %  "41 Yell get th AfOSTfrom ) Coast fo CoastI Stop at any of our ~; modern < • MILDER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! '5.50 Per Day Includes: • fH TELEVISION • AltCONDITIONING • THE BATH • WAll-TO WALL CARPETING • MOOERN FURNISHINGS • NEWIY DECORATEO ROOMS • COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICE


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Paqe 10-A +Je*lst> fhrldUari Friday, June 4, 1963 ^HOOLS iy o 4 1965 • %  • : lien n %  mter %  Lev %  -' %  I Hancmh %  %  %  %  nri %  "TtM Del T. '~^ ftf 57 53 12 15 90 36 LI >6 Dtpt. 51 L2 6 17 36 33 I 5 :# 136 •26 12 11 I. 3sde 11 51 i 11 1? • .. 32 33 -" I Itk K 113 %  59 5 I 714 39 %  5 19 2T %  66 %  • : I %  II Bi :! • 8 lb i? 10 %  17 23 13 i 19 .• %  •. I6li 12 15 %  %  %  • • • • 59 ." %  %  .' %  • • 1 ... li : %  %  %  Jewish School Registration Increases in So. Florida ;. u % %  I bj -. | h Cohen, presidi the %  .' % % %  %  %  i the %  H close* am dl 14 -• lents ents id a tudenl one • • k depart i nts Mandolin Orchestra Heard • Orches mposi d retired n a concert al the h Home for the Aged on %  | %  %  ship iweskj Bi n Di< k • The c onc ( lh( H The increase of 520 students is the largest ro.-jisfration in the last three years, breaking un a static registration in 19621963. The increase does show a return to the healthful trend of greatter registration in the more intensive afternoon Hebrew departments, (from 4,297 to 4,660) and a further healthful trend 'n an increase in the registration of girls in the Hbrew departments, '.from 1,366 to 1 551). the Sunday School depart m i I the incn my from 2.615 to %  %  • sh popu ..t ion study In Great er Miami it is impossible t" tabulate ac< rately how man} Jewish children b tween the ages ol I and sixteen currently reside in the 1 I 11 iter Miami and Hollywood rherefore it is difficult to estimate the number ol potential ents in the an a vrho an ah educa tion. MEET OUR ANCESTOR... The Sugar Bowl in the Cupboard Where our grandmothers Kept their ngs Today. >G\ R ••• il leffi Ml EARN MAXIMUM INTEREST by Law PLUS IMSTANT LOANABILITY ac• tanking Facilities are as dost as your neighbor... 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Rabbi M li p also announced lhat • ] e organization would establish a posl-graduate center in Israel tor advanced rabbinical studies in Kiryal Hayovel, ;i Jerusalem suburb, for which ground would be broken in August, lttfift Mrsaid the Rabbinical Coum il would pro facilities t r ne ly ordained r a b b i s to do rabbinical reseai ch studj for .i minimum ol Vn in.:ii (trothdox rabbis M i ll seek sabbatical lea' es I rtudj rab biiiK il the center, he said, He Council bod) in dii • md rabbis for the Beach Students At Yeshiva Univ. 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*• /fni*lh ftr/ridf/frnr Page 11-A Rabbis Urge Chaplaincy's Removal Continued from Page 1-A • staff I made up of rabbis only, he : -Jded, anj m| po'.C' decisions in reference to the Chaplaincy Service." ii, (i thai 'iif three rabbinii e orked in harmony u th, authori and .ppendenl • I tiou i n to an I in the militar: establi8lunen< He stressed that in war anil in peace the JWB ha been of service to the %  tins in nei; ing i h e m pei I ieir dutie and in mobilizing on eir behalf the full n s le American J< i ish communit) In another n solution, the ton i vativc ral I i • called for "a con and widened di i Ui i hristi • i Xetv Israel Museum Is Dedicated in Jerusalem i i \I.I w JTA i hi ted i %  ; ; nann Savi %  'i Mor • • n • %  HI I irael and ere | i *enl as Presi %  rmallv opened the comniHHi KS lormin \ the Mu 'ntted states AmbiHU %  Bsrhovr attended, and id n message from President hailing the eel ibHshtnenl • t Israel Maaaum •• m %  i • %  % %  i ire ( liagall, Picasso, Jai pahfa and in a n J Othei artiata the official participants g n ee te were I'rime Minister ihkoi, former Premier Da Ben-Gurton, Deputy Prime *ter Abba Eban, Minister "t at "ii Zalman Aranne. Jeni Mayor VIordechai [sh-Sha many of the principal donors ortiofts of Ihe museum com other members of Israel's rt; members <•( Israel's Parintent, the entire diplomatic %  Iand the man landed by all loving >pint of the museId) Kollek, chairman ol the Board ol Directors A-rung the prominent donors I were Billy Rose, the itm • ican showman, who donated a vast collection of sculpture to a garden in the mtsNim bearing his name, and the Japanese lean designer of that gardon, Isamo Noguch; Samuel Bronfman, of Canada, whose name has been given to another of the museum's principal components, the Biblical and Archaeological Museum; and the American industrialist, Samuel Gottesman, whose family had given S6CO.C0O for the "Shrine of the Book," a special edifice housing the Dead Sea Scrolls. Ambassador Barbour and the i nitcd states Government were haded during the ceremonies tor the tad lhat the first important monetarj grant for establishment ol the museum came in the form ol $885,000 from the IS Informa tK.n Media Granl program The fourth component of the museum — in addition to the Bronfman Biblical and Archaeological unit, the Bill) Rose Garden and the "Book Oi the Shrine" — is the Bezalel Museum with its ion paint ings from its permanent collection, man) famous paintings on loan here, and bronte statuettes by Andrea Riccio, Degas and Rodin. Among painterwere Hem hrandt and Van Dyek, Picasso and Van Gogh, Renoir and Soutine. MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established in 1945 *** ft* ;*HO FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. o* PARKING FACILITIES it i 34b ; MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant OPEN EVERY DAY ALL SUMMER LONG led Rabbi Max J udi nl '1 he) also de i lined the failure ol the ni w So\ II i leadership l %  '• Hotels I Individual* Wholesale A Retail BAI NMTZVAHS WEDDINGS • SOCIAl FUNCTIONS J Call Sol Waits UN 64226 • Supervised by Rofcb. M. Cohen Continental -rr Kosher Caterers Men's Club Lists New Slate Here Mills Cluh of Temple Tifereth Jacob will he served by the following officers during 198546: President, Leonard Burke; vice president, Harold Zagon; secretary, Morris Spiegler; treasurer. Ilenrv Albert: Chaplain, Ted Mohel. foreign correspondent Marvin Klein. LEISURELY DINING FROM 5 P.M. cOMrurr MNOUir rACiurirs Rnttvetiont MIAMI C45 64S7 • HOLLYWOOD 923-2421 IN HALLANDAlf OH US. 1 — BlSCAYNE BLVD. • WtOOINOS • BAR MITZVAHS • ?ANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Onl f %  Shomer Shabbes" Restaurant Quchty Ht ECfHeNW 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 •tro 1UJ3 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON t,OHIM\ and I'OM KOSHER CATERERS from hors d'o'i.v"


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Page 12-A +Jcist ncridfian Friday, June 4, 1955 Shavuoth Services Open This Weekend 111it-of Ml in : Be I )> -. I r %  I i %  Innual Shavuoth. the bo marking the i< eptance en Commandments on Ml S will be i d this Sun S inday in Houses of Wot ship I area The holiday tails exactlj seven weeks Bfter the conclusion of Passover. Services Monday will include Yizkor, the traditional memorial prayer for the leparted Some Liberal and Relorm congreg I 111 mark Shavuoth on Sunday only H m • IETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rickovsky H I %  I ,IM\ H 1ETH.T0RAH 164th St. and NE 11th TEV p LE BETH TOV. 4!8 SW 8th AGUDATH ACHIM. 6105 Collins Ave Orthodox. i Ida; 80 p m Salurri i: a.i Mtnli, | 3o p in sii.i\ until sen %  • Sundaj • a m Mini h i i m Mondaj • .i in Tlskor sei vices 1.3 a.m AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday 7 p m Sal irdaj • .. %  ...ii "The Annlversarj of HitUlvi iof Our Torah." Mr and Mrs Nathan t. iil-iii "ill host the Kl-'dush Mincha S:4S ;• m Shin uoth In • %  %  ; 10 ; m. Sundaj SO %  m. Sei mon rii.Testlmonj of Our Law Vmons: the Nations." Evening -• %  A V %  •.%  p.m Mondaj %  10 a m riikor l to a m Sermon "Tlikor -The Charter for &h i\ until Holld .) 0 ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW •"••. a*. Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti, • %  ETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipton. "• %  %  > | |0 p.n Sal :•• in a.n i % %  i long relation 6 ifl p.m Sh;n (.en ii--Sundaj :• %  • m .-• moi i Sinai Ri i. hlng 1*65 Man?" Ban \ ih: Beth Lynn, daughter of Mi and Mrs, .i.i .me Maxwell Monda 1 afcoi en Ii ••I0:jti a m "Tl* Tablet* I ragmenl* or Win i Using -.-i \ ces In i h ipel 6 15 :• m CANDLEUGHTlNG TIMf 4 Sivan — 6:50 pan. „ i jt— •. ... dox. Rabbi Berel Weln. Frtdaj 7 |> in Saturdaj P .1 m Sel 111 ..ii "Count:nHead* Shaxuoth 11..7 p.m. \ll night etudj -• %  ;. Ill Slilnlav Sha 1 ...11. -••• i i. and 9 a.m Moitda; I .1 111 Vizk-r -ii 1. 10 :'." .1 111 \ I < 1 • •ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Vamches -, • rdaj 1 m Saturday p.m -•• \ s n la; • • .1 in M. .Ii.l.i \ 4:J|I H 'i; ^ 17....-: 1" .1 Ml IETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniam n Ben-Ari. Frldaj sunsel Saturday x I." 1 m Sermon \ i' de 1 %  • edom • Sha vu 11 1* h er 1 11 n a*-1 .%  BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. OrthoIni I Mondaj I a m Yi/Icor % %  • i Ii %  •I 1 Sei w • Will N'ol dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 1 .!.->> 1 i". :. 111 Baturdn y 8 Sermon "Formation of i,.i\ uoth sei \ lee* ? p.m .-:•:. %  |. 111. Sermon Sin.. I' : %  : 11 a I T ilh* M %  -n.l.i> 8 in 11 Yizkor n 8ei in--n Ei • ri.i-t 1 v• %  rlea e %  ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho• ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W Diaie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi R-ch.ird Marcovit*. Cantor Seymour Hinkea. Frldaj • : ; %  m I :..Mlts> u'.i t'ai nhtei 0 Mi .1 M St 111I1 1'. .. in Sh.iv uoth Hebrew Lesson —.n ten • • T Vocational Education in Israel Israel absorbed a great number of immigrants from Asian and African countries who did not receive a vocational training How ever. Israel is a country that iin need of trained workers for industrial plants to broaden the ex Ave. Coi-sei v it.ve. Rabbi Max Lip•Chitt. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. oaum V, da nd S:K. p 111 F!a< .ml • \i :/.ah in;. Ray. htei • Mr HI. 1 MiS 11 m Saturdaj s : 13 m Sei v Ice f .1 M..I\ uoth p MI Suniln) .-1 %  • earl> -• n l( e 7 .. in, Regnlai -. 11 Ii %  .1 u.n Hal Mli/.v :ili Martin, on ol Mr nil MrMilton Schatfel Sunda) %  l-"> •' in il laj 8:46 a.m Vi/.. :.i fs :i Mi — • %  t-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter. r.antar Jack l.erner I I-'I in Baccalaurcoti -. 1\ : % % % %  for lueii whool graduatef Sermon "Scholai ship .11 UM Cro Sal rdaj I 13 p.m -ii.i\n.-th service* S imla> •>•'." a.m. Monda) 8 So a in risk n in Sermon: "Ei I Me not t.. l.-:n e Thee Mlncha 5 IB p.n — • :UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig. — • -LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conserva'ive. Rabbi David Rotrn*id Cantor Georpe Goldberg da? •< "" p m Shavuoth xervli 1 Sundaj '•• B MI .-• • • %  on riiRevel., ||„n, \ 1 %  • %  n. ratoni ol our 1 %  •• II 1 % %  Evening • Mondaj .1 -n Sennon: "> %  •'int Vour Bl< in.:^ Ixkor -•• v-lcee 10 lo .1 m • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — e — HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross Friday 1 1 p.m Snturda) %  • 1 m |i in Rat —1 in..iilM>tti day* Sh • laj and Mon lay 9 a.n ; 111 — e SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2St* St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — e JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SvNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern Saturday a.m. Sermon: "The 1 M\ d na Mountain." M p in Sundaj • 18 :i ni s.-r. .... rhi "onutltullon % %  ( the t'nl. -. Toral i--.ii itlon Mond u • 10 a.m Sermon "Judaism Uead %  • %  Alive Vlikor sen Ice I — • MI SuI ir-i .l.ii nf Shavuoth -• St. Conservative Rabbi Zevi Green wald. rt VLE ISRAEL. 137 NF 19th St Reform Rabhi .io*rih o .. I %  %  • — e rr.VPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo Ave. Lioeral Reloini. Rabbi Mon,| Kip. !' Sermi MUKII Ol ni.' dui sen FYtdaj %  • % %  md s in p m It, Nponnibli I.....I. : -I. i .-, :., ., M ivuoth ii-l" red 11 ,i.,i • mon To %  Kvenlne-6M) p.m Mondaj lam Vis of Its, will be conf ki sermon "Pat. Preeenl and P uoth senice* I; >l Klpp. %  I prayei i k for H.. indaj 11 s n. M< uiorla TEMPLE EVANU-EL 1701 Washing ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Can'or Zvi Adler Sal 1 • .1 in. Anuual ..11 Ices for 1 .1 Friday 6 im b 1 1 lureati TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Continued on Following Page SBSSSSBBXSBBBSBI ISB rV77*n ^HITT) X*7 H5 n^'T P 01 ^ trade Vocational trainin<> is -The i..uth.it I'hang u .y.fjy i/jy ^^ |" T %  K a fundamental national necessity u ^X-JST D^k .^SJ?Q nin The Department for Vocational \ J_ UT 1 ? n;pipin Tis N*n n 1 ??? Kis'n rx iiiy^i ,-••q-isn .nnnx nsnx 1 ? yw p 1 ? xin 'yteftip ^funa .nTirNT n:-iT2 3 ":s7 uffi .nj npri mnn n1"?D 'lien icon n'3 nnx %¡ n*i nx D ,l ?3p.?3 .nims 1 ? fl-nsi -y? 15.000-5 ;D D in 7 i5D 0HEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr OrthodoxRabbi Ph.neas Weber, man .• \ in m Pi rmon "In Ihi Training in the Ministry of Lalnir has organized many activities in this area. There are 54 vocational schools in the country Boys who v Evening 6:43 p.m Sun. .. '. ,. • ,. ,! a.ra Sermon The • irt do not continue their studies after ,.... ,,,,, M ., „, elementary school, receive vocational training in special apprentice schools; about 15.000 boys are learning a trade in this manner. Technical clubs were established in which thousands of youth gather a few times a week and under the guidance of teachers ,,..| ind" the Jewish People."" Sundaj work with wood, metal, paper. plastics, electric, etc. In the development areas, youth centers were set up for boys and girls; a part of the day they work on a salary basis, and the other half of the day they are trained in a craft. The studies in these centers are for two years. SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK BAMIDBAR Israelites encamp under standards bearing symbols of the ox. eagle, lion and man. "A good way olf shall they pitch round about the tent of meeting" (Num. 2:2). BAMIDBAR — 'And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the wildernesa ot Sinai in the tent of meeting, on the first day of the second month, in the second year alter they were come out of the land of Egypt, saying: Take ye the sum of all the congregation of the children of Israel, by their families, by their fathers' nouses, according to the number names, every male, by their polls; from twenty years old and upward, all that are able to go forth to war in in Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even thou and Aaron' I Numb. 1:1-3'. Exclusive of the Levites. who were not numbered, the total sum of men of military .!.;<• was 603.555. There follows a description ni the Israelites' encampments during their Journeys through the desert: there were four major camps, each of three tribes: one under the flag <>f .ludah. one under the Hag of Heuben. one under the flag of Kj>hr.nm, and one under the flag of Dan. The Levites camped separately near the sanctuary; among the Levites. each clan had a particular service to render in regard to the sanctuary. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the) Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT 6 Who Takes from Whom? 9 Open Our Eyes to Truth < Vlakor men orfci sen l< in. I "• •m \nii.l-t I >l ..-I i. e SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan. mias. Mir ha •; • %  m Boti I day 8:16 .i i Sermon: Towards Real V'anitj Sundaj 8:13 .. m Plrai daj < f • Mi Sermon: "The alarrlnve of > lak •'Tli.-i services 10 SO a.m Sermon. ino Substitute f..i Religion.' Or Olom USY Plans Activities USY Groups of Temple Or Olom .IT T113 yXpO D'l^l 1 ? C^ i w iH hold semi annual elections %  .. Sunday ni -yiD iQpin ,iQi^n ">yn Sunday night. Jack Rabin is advisor. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Muml Ga'dens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan Carrtor Vaurita Neu. I':i.lii :. 13 and 8:13 p.m. Religious School closing exercises Sermon "Where !••• We Go from Here?" Maturdaj v 13 :ini Sermon: "A Journev through the Wilderness Shavuoth service 7 ::" |i m. Sunda i 8:43 a m. Sermon "The Law .>f slnal la the I.ni of God." Rvenlng at 8 p.m Bei ..ml annual confirmation en Monda.) 9 13 a m Tlakor service IO:S0 a.m. Btermon: "Life and Is-ath in nn Atomic Age." e TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*90 N. Kenoall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. r:i.in ;.:;n 11 in Sermon: "The tmportance ..f Reel fhUdren srlthJune blrthduys will l>^ blessed, Tribute will By RABBI SANFORD SELTZER Director, Southeast Council Union of American Hebrew Congregations "What ar* the reasons of the Rt form Movement today accepting the observance of more traditional rituals?" There is an old adage in Jewish life stating that a Jew answers one question with another. One might well respond. "What are the reasons | for traditional (congregations accepting observances initiated by the R e f o r m Movement?" Among the latter are such lAiat sum Heconstructionist innovation*, modern English interpretations Of the prayerbook. etc. In both instances, the overriding purpose has been to make relujiou] observance meaningful, relevant. Aesthetic, and profound. Reform Judaism has never believed in observance of rituals for their own sake or because something was always done in a particular fashion. Its primary concern has bean the constant ennoblement of man. Wherever traditional sym bols have abbe;ted this aim. they have been encouraged and utilized. Wherever they have not. they have been replaced or eliminated. Tlie underlying theme is that which is found in the Reform prayerbook; "0 Lord, open our eyes that we may see and welcome all truth, whether shining from the annals of ancient revelation or reaching us through the seers of our day. For Thou hidest not Thy 4Tops?j .o^pp trrn summer Senior USY group is planning an end-of-the-year party Both groups will continue to ,T\~DT)n ,fH miUS73 O-pOiy jmeet and work informally over the .-riiri "?Q7n ,njrcc l _o ,-n •ns-i-p rapm QWif • %  i x3 r'snna jnnun ornyp nyi n-pag an? T*Z-J: r.-.i *p>9 nvn rrsr,^. ,-V-.-: a (irsViv nna rma rs-j-n;) students to be Initiated inti ami Senior Honor s.H-iet>". .1 Mill..I commonly accepted practices as light from any generation of Thy Junior USY is planning a havL&JS& •VtS^WS' i a,e ^ y .!!*S5S LTSSII^ '^'T^V'S-I^""' ^ llHf d ide at the C bar TRanch ;fu-mation. Has M.tzvah (really, a seek Thy guidance. Retreat in Keys For Confirmands Confirmation Class of Temple Debbie Zuckerman, Diana FlashBeth Am held a weekend retreat man and R"l Cook, in the Keys on May 15 and 16. RaoFormal confirmation exercise* hi Herbert M. Baumgard. who acwil1 held on Sunday morning or—.* **i rea in roMi JWI I C nator of feature! dppfjrmi; hfe is DR MAX LIPSCHITZ tririrual leader f rJ-ih Miami Beach TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV. WOOD 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 1?0th St. Reconstructionist. R^bbi Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. e TEMPLE BETH SHOI.OV. 4144 Chase v L'hrai Rabbi Laon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Fridaj J:1S p m Sei m m riii Jews Spain." Vi f. MI sh.n lotl Confirmation ni .1 in sin.i uoth -• n Ii and Mn/i.iii i:,.i.. %  • Mr ai : lira Robert Meyers B Mil %  ter of Mi Mi ~ .1 >^. |iii i loldliei u — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW companied the group, held study sessions with the students, June &f >. followeil in the evening by a confirmation ball in the Temple Social Hall Mr* Norman EJ son is chairman of 'he Parent's Committee. Attending were Marjorie IsLs. Klliot Abbott. Robin torenblum, Robin Selditch. Kathy Waldman, Barbara Peldman Jean Powers, Sharon Reisnian, Jeff Webiiian Jeff Roth. Joan Kat/.in. Sam Cold22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S *M st.-in Claiiili.i Cit'lcinail, Bn-nila ;n n ,- mcsuli-nt Maeht... center Abraham neueman. F ox, Michael Lax. Steven WeinChapter. NatonalChUdnsC Flamingo Chapter Installation Mrs. Jack Passott was Installed stein. Sheldon Axl~ Del „„,,. a.'., dinner Monday "•'..fin > pert. Janet Anapol, Maine Svluff. held at Yorkshire Inn



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Friday. June 4, 1965 +Jewlst fhridUar Page 13-A House Committee Signs Arab Report WASHINGTON — (JTA) — In a practically unprecedented move in Congressional history, the majority of the Banking and Currency Committee of the House of Representatives disassociated themselves from the Committee's earlier majority report on the bill against the Arab boycott and signed, instead, a separate report | urging the full House to adopt a firm mandatory version of the I bill. Such a mandatory version was Idefeated last week in the same Itommittee by a vote of 14 against 111. Instead, the Committee approved a declaratory statement %  clearly expressing opposition to the Arab boycott, but leaving it Presidential discretion whether regulations should be promulgated to implement the general statement. When the Committee action on the bill were filed with the Clerk of the HOUM Monday, it was established that at least 17 out of the 33 members of the Banking and Currency Committee signed the supplementary report. It is understood that this unprecedented development is largely the result of the efforts of Representatives Abraham Multer, New York Democrat, and Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, who have continued their campaign to explain to their colleagues on the Committee the isues involved in the legislation. The supplementary report, the signing of which by the majority of the members of the Committee raises the parliamentary question whether as a result, the original majority report is indeed such or has become a minority report, is believed to improve the chances of the final adoption of a firm language in the bill by Congress. The supplementary report declares its satisfaction over the | adoption of the declaratory statei ment by the Committee expressing unequivocal opposition to the boy icott but states that "unfortunately, the bill as reported, does not go far enough" because it does I not provide for the implementation of that declaration of policy. The majority of the Committee members, in their supplementary report, denounced as "double standard" the fact that when a large bank or company appeals t the State Department against the Arab boycott, representations are made on their behalf to the Arab governments, but when a small firm turns to the State Department in the same matter "they get a lot of double-talk" and are told either to comply with the Arab requirements or lose their right to do business there. Noting that Administration wit JWY Chairmen In Report Meeting Annual meeting of Jewish War Veterans Hospital chairmen was held last week at the Veterans Hos' pital in Coral Gables. The meeting was chaired by JWV-VAVC Chairman Nat Brown and JWV-VAS Chairman R e b a Brown. Department President R h o d a 1 Deutsch and Department Commander Ainlee R. Ferdie attended, as did the commanders of posts rnd presidents of auxiliaries in the South Florida area. An orientation on volunteer services at the hospital was given by; nesses before the Committee also hospital representatives, and rejoiced certain technical points The report notes that testimony objectionable in the original Ian• I .•••>-*n nl t hi, ii-n> ~ml nMki-ilituri [Sweetwater Names Attorney Miami Beach Attorney Walter ^ebowitt has been appointed city • rnej of Sweetwater, Fla. Lebowitz previously served as i' >rney for the Democratic Party Hade County and presently rensents Miami Beach on the Dade %  ui n I y Democratic Executive immittee. He has served as cokunsel for the general sub-corn1 iti e on educati n of the United State Bar Association, Lebowitx served as chairman and attorney for the Legal Aid Committee of the Miami Beach Bar Association from 1957 through 1960. bj Administration witnesses brought out that very little was done in dealing with the Arab boycott on a case-by-case basis, which the Administration recommends and that, if ,:ie declaratory language alone were to be adopt worked as a disith regard to the pn.bl.Tns of rK t ( | irri .,., r m numerous chart aged, and has had numerous v drives, i published by the U s Senens Voters I ague Maga Hi also served as past governor led Senior Citizens Coun ol Miami Beach M o i pre! rida Mai nni In ei ii n t< M inri Bea< h Ki ,,. ,,i Seni itizi ns Mi Lodge, and is a membei | id illI'l ridi -' ior Cil f tin Biscayne Ba> Ma ionic I Draft on Jews Being Revised Continued from Page l-A guage of the firm and mandatory version of the bill, the supplementary' report declares that it will propose ;i new wording winch lakes into account those technical points. The wording that will be offered on the floor, on behalf of the majority of the Banking and Currency Committee members, will therefore be brief and simple rethe ''Hiring onl\ that the Administration issue "such rules and regu lations (that) shall prohibit the furnishin) .1 information or signing of agreements inconsistent with Section 2(4) hereof." Section 2 <4i is the declarators 1 aragraph of the bill expressing oj po ition to the boycott, ports of the outstanding function,-* performed by the Jewish War Vettrans were given. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open £Very Day • Closed Sobboth 140 SW 57th Ave. MO V-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer Lefcowiti has lived in Dade ounty for the past .10 years, and practiced law since 1954. An ktive member of the local and %  -1 shi n Ave Thej %  • daughters Terr) Lynn Council Fathers only when they modified text for final voting to the next session of the Ecumenical Counril, whirh opens at the Vatican Sept. 17. The sami Vatii ..n souri es als said I Ihe Dei laration will pi j not be printed bef re the end •: the inter se pi nd v. ill abl) b -' to 1 h 1 s COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET >nd 'I bj Jam iShaviioth Services Continued from Preceding Page Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramfwitf C .ntcr Edward Klein • is pin Sen l' '•'' Ion ot ,-cralllef ileilli ited In %  <1 I oenlori ot M ami Eh ... '1 Hush -..,• ,,-.'. %  I '...I Mltst -Ii ia>n ..1 Mr. and Ml a J .. 1 SI-I'II.TI Portion %  '< His. lurda) t %  m Shan 10th >; 15 p in Sunda • I ,• |n K rvU-e* 10:15 .1 m • 1 p.m Mondaj I 13 •> m Vi,-. tvPLE NER TAMID SOth St and fatum Waterway. Modern Tradl |i mil Hanoi Eugen. Laboviti "lor Saul H. Breeh. • IS p in Sermon "ItIII :..T< en %  '.-' a Ii ., 11 |i III 111. ludi >.,':", 8 I %  .1 Ml entering Hebrew High r||| 1.. I1..11,11 etl 6 15 p in Mha rvu-ei Sunda> %  u m Sei MeaaaifK ol Sinai.' Eve:• in Monday I 15 .1 m Y 1r%  linmori.illix Implies Commit%  M PLE OR OLOM. Conaervativa 17S5 SW 1Sth St., Miami Rabb' R>amu#| April Cantor Nico Zeldman. i 7 • .r.i.n v IS .1 m Bai k-en, -"ii ol M M l.n I no. Mini ha 6 in |> m Hai I Glenn, aon ol Mi and N I %  H Sunda; • 10 %  sin .1..1I1 Hen !• • %  %  .nt T '1 \ rmon H 'II TEMPLE SINAI OT NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave Refcm Rabb Daniel M Lowy ranior Cnet Gale Pi ,i..•, > 1", p m 1 '••niii mal ft rmon INI WI \. .I 11.-\. lal %  r ic in nui Ttin. 1 % %  %  mal • %  <> riaaf 1963 11 rv1. -., rda %  %  ; %  %  %  iflrmn %  lion • (1 rclaw e —— TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB. 95' F 4th Ave.. Hia'eah Crne'vitive. i"ri'i.i\ 1'. p m Sal 1,. j a.n and 7 pin Sunda) 9 n m ancl ~ p ttt Mondaj :• .. in. l'lakur i". JO a.m. e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooke. Cantor Ben Dickion. — a TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win man I • da • *0 pin Sermon: sir,,in: %  ml Strong Follower* Rabbi w axn n >< ill Install ci lucreajal 11 prenldf-nl Hyman R PoUiah nnd board ol dlrectoi na,turda> 1 '• m 11,-ir Mitavah Lee, ---n % %  Mr and Mi S.im .• I IMV id-,.II Al.in. %  Mi and MiI'.nlil I'avimei Sunday > p in "%  nr: %  mall n eri U>ea %  i % % %  nthei l*< aim next September There a feeling am mg some Vatican circles ih;it the reason for postpi ning ihe printing of the tied document on the Jews as voted bj the Secretariat, may be connected with ;i desire to avoid further public discussion of the doctvnent before the time arrives %  for final voting. I t i i t t t t I t i • t l • i i | i I i ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specializing in Bar Mifzvah & Wedding Invitations (Union Shop Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 \ t Seeks position Miami or vicinity. < Experienced, qualilied, licensed & y relerences. Foil or part time. 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Page 14-A *. Jfcw isf fk ridfi r Friday ] me I 0' n w b v c £ S j i 1 : As We Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL The Pope s Sermon Is Still a Problem DOPE PAUL'S now historic ser%  mon on Passion Sunday. Apr I, was not Uttered in technical Ian. guaye. The Pope was speaking to ( rdinary and simple, faithful people." as the revered Cardinal Bea explains it. Apparently, what the Pope said as that -the Hebrew people, a people predestined to await the Messiah." nut only "did not recognise Him, but fought Mini, abused Him and finally killed Him." u. ictions to this statement have been underndabij strong Various Jewish communitj relalions expt Is ve expressed sorrow and bewilder%  : % %  dam J Heschel has pointed out that li chargi is the most dreadful calumnj \. he %  ••• >, "it has r< idte I in ri> ers :.. ntains an ashes BUT ; :' % %  .., tl • %  %  • helpful r<. ction is > in line, %  Com i ten of the Pope's hi: haps nts havi %  St. iAn writ he Semi : %  endun so rat er harsh to WHO • Jews" referred to by .1 ihn, so •. nd n %  %  • Thi > were a %  all ol the Ji ad gathered there %  • : represei ted onlj 1 1/4 | the 8 0 Jews then living throughout the :r • Mr Zeik reasons that r the 8 00 -lewthen itsidi f l tine, it is obvi >us thi i percent ews then wall arth never Id another obsi: \ a thj when th %  E\ angi list %  tern they refi er to th • d him, %  ; him. nor the fivi him shortlj afU r PenSO %  %  the hi ijhly delicati and I i the Crucifixion saga can e is 1CS ol us Panorama: Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ Twain W as ^ rong pENOWNED JERUSALEM," wrote Mark Twain, the stateliest name m histor>. has become a pamper village. Palestine -its in sack cloth and ashes Over it. broods the spall oi a curse that has withered its fields and lettered its energii II Mark Twain were to visit Jerusalem today and see the new Museum and the other developments, he would write dillerenlix Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOtAR Intermarriage Tide on Campu O" THE INTERMARRIAGE problem ceming more and more to the! forefront in American Jewish lile.j has been taken up at a special conference sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropicin New York. It seems that thcl New York Jewish community has! a good deal to worry about in thel growth of mtci marriage. It wa^py m brought ut at the conference, which .iarranged by the federation's Commission on Synagogue Be lations. that 18 percent of Jewish wives and 20 per rent of Jewish husbands who lived in the I950's in a neighborhood in Manhattan. New York Citj had non-Jewieh spouses Although it is doubtful whether this midtown area is representative ol the New York Jewish < i.uinity. this data gives ample reason for worrj i speciall> since there can be no question that today figures Much discussion was evoke I %  the confer nee by the I t th it the rate ol inl rr ;i' im as I inei li pointi I oul thai is percent of t.hi> generation as a whole intermarry, Ihe percentage of all men who were or are t students and har at least a more open attitude to intermarriage is on the increase is supported by the experkmc M >f liiliel directors in most parts of the COuntT) Allied Jespe, leading spirit of the llillcl round> spoke at the conference at great length on tins object He revealed tliat man) of the Billed directors report that the number of young people who come to them for counsel or help m cooaectiOfi tiieir plans to intermarry is larger — MH\ some substantially larger — than ten years ., %  _.,. He also revealed thvt quite a largi perCI I [e %  ii Jewish facult) nun are married to GentiU' He blamed "numerous" Jewish facult) pre] Ihe r o u n d for int< rmai their Ji ni >h si thei ..•. %  oi.. .tati oi %  > %  .'.that 11 ii and intellectua • %  I 11 i UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Hope al United Nations These Days %  %  T HERE IS HOPE in ll tin I niti N % %  \ lew d si n through gloomy t in Viet Nam, b n th< D< minican Republic, rebellion in Bolivia. ; lie in yprus, deathlj ma etween Indonesia and Mala} Communist China's mushrooming re nuclear weapons not to men• %  > ., lack ol neaci betv een l-i ael and the \ ib states Are those who are hopeful hi e naive unrealistic and conflict bj failing or refusing to facts N I .ill !:.. optimists are as hard-headed as the next fi i hen I be, ii the pres i the United Nations however inadequati strucnposl point to the possil the once • the la-i session of the 11 Due to the stu ol the I %  tales and I I L'nioi for the Assembl) to acl except b> consensus So voting as p se the i S.A insisted thai her who is delinquent in his payments must be d< ihe right to vote The SSR, in view ol the I S \ ilehnquent, having refused absolutel) to pay itshai llie costs ol maintaining the peacekeeping ope al ons in the ongo and along the Israeli-Egyptian sectors, where • i United Nations Emergencj Force is on guard ai 1 gyptian incursions along tin Gaza strip border and at Sharm El-Sheikh, a Sinai Desert promontory where Egjpl could mount gunto hamper Israel's shipping in the Gulf ol Eilat. The Soviet I mon. on the other hand, maintained that :t does not have to pay special assessments for the Congo and the 1NKF operations and is. therefore, not delinquent al all. as Ions as it is willing to pay regular IN dues. Neither the ISA nor the USSR would move Irom its M tin %  %  wever. i ling ISSUI ii h a i the routi n Ex,-ute on a | ISSUI semi I thi re %  on. reci ised lo Sept l \ rn n examine all th< | • i< esenl nd future -• port • That committee ha to effect wme kind of a compn mise thi make it i ssible for the Assembl> to gel tl i l : still not certain whether the coi mittee • port finallj bj June 15 Bui that date matter reallj li it takes until September I. it • -LI .in ,i ibution prw i i Big Powers, centered in Waahingtcn and Moscov urec* •mil. i. in. hul. that ; %  app< ars th in the proi i The U.S.A has aln ady i on %  vote rule a ainsl the \\. to mal e %  > volunlai) conl U '• ii ii ptc; lei i oi c other hani ha; n li al d thai it to n %  h a \ oluntar) i ontril : a number i i imi oi lanl p i I %  • %  %  iced by I nee firm the principle thai onlj the Securitj < • -si; has ,, veto and nol the Gens \sembl) has the p >wi r to establish a p< ,u e keepi •ion The matter ol financing such an operation more complicated Briefly, France suggested that he Se curit) Council establish a special committee composed "i more members than the Council itself has Thus, while the Council is ••! present composed oi only n menbers, mat committee could be made up of, let m s.i wice that number of members, or even more giving re esen tation to more member States foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN According to the Talmud. Jerusalem is called in t^ie Bible by event> different names In the Psalms, it is .ailed Salem, which some believe was the original name. iAlter it are named Salem. Mass. and Salem. Oregon.) A .* •'• Of the ten measures of beauty existing in the world. -aythe Talmud Jerusalem possessed nine \i Hireling •<> legend, there were many cinnamon treem Jerusalem, which cast a fragrance about the whole city. • In 01 i temple, the s.iiutum sanctorum, it idden lor laymen to watt When Sir Moses Mon be bad himsell earned sedan thanaround this site thai hifeel might not trample on the Holy ground. t After the destruction of the Jewish State bj Home. Rabbi Akiba and I agues tubbi Joshua and Kabbi Bleazar Ben Azai %  \ is.itd the Temple site 'l he two latter eeing the destnation but Rabbi Akiba burst into "How can you laugh?" they asked Rabbi Akiba. "I see in tinsaid Rabbi Akiba. "the sure promise of Jerusalem's redemption. The prophets u retold this lation and W< must therelore believe that their other pi-ophecie.oi the rebuilding will also come true." At Jewish ueddings. it is customary for the bridegroom to break a glass under foot, M a gesture of mourning for the destroyed Temple. Israel's New Museum Now Open Jerusalem THE WEEK BEFORE last was no doubt one of the most exciting we had experienced here for a long time in the land where ex citement has become almost a matter of routine. This great and un usual excitement w Inch for several ii.i\pu-hed aside politics and economics, may appear to some as somewhat "provincial" But it -n t For it was both characteristic and significant thai the opening of the Israel Museum should have had }UCh a moving and stirring effect hen its roots lie in the deep set consciousness —so often obscured — of the place to be held by the world of the Spirit in growing Israel and the inner strung for giving it expression, it ian ever present need nut always visible to the naked eye and is s ( much stronger because oi the strain and burden Oi the harsh realities around, .or proud a~ any [S ruth may be of the cities that have been built, Ol the industry and agriculture tliat have been developed, and of his strong and gallant defense forces, Ihere iever present before his ayes — consciouslj or subconsciously — the challenge of the spiritual heights that have been the glory of the people aiul the land. And here is the Israel Museum, set on A iiill linking Jerusalem of the ages to the Jerusalem of today and tomorrow — to be proud oi The beauty of the setting can be appreciated only by those who ever stood on the hills of ieni alem The Museum itself — a stud> in form and function — blends into the Landscape To one *de ol it is the gleaming, modern Hcbrcu Univerfity pus. to Uie other is the slop,. 0 f the Valley of the Cnoaa, with the olive tree-clad Monasterj dating back to the nth century, and opt viti Mends "he imposing building of the Knsetrl And like l turroundings, the Museum is synthi .ol the and present. 'in. Museum's main building houses thi National All Museum, with 13 pavillions conUu (standing collections of Jewish ceremonial abJjddle Eastern art. and collections of paintings sculptures and graphics — works I Dun 1 letisse, chagall. Soutine as well aof Israeli i[here one finds, no doubt, one ol the world s nchesl collection of ceremonial an and outataadtng ctions ol Persian art An enure mth century Venetian synagogue has been reinstated as we the doors of the Maiaonides synagogue oi old • airo Horn ihe lllh century one ol the peviUona voted to Israels unique ethnojyaphiis % 



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ry, June 4. 1%5 h J*l*fi nrr/cffon Page 15-A Rabbi Gross Attends Confabs i K,rr. .. mi mil c jvn Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, was • c h <• (I u l e i the National Association of Hebrew Day School ITA's annual convention in New York last Sunda) anil Monday Rabbi • ', r o < s also attended a pre convention conference ol principals scheduled two days before the PTA convention, which he addressed on "Strengthening the Status ni the Principal The conference was scheduled for the Em 1'iie Hotel in Ferndale. \ V Delegates from Hebrew Day Elliott D. Blumenthal is shown at the wing endowed family at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in memory of treats A pioneer businessman in the Coconut Grove [Blumenthal is well-known for his support of civic and le causes. \nsion Rising Over dan Border Raids tinued 'rcm Page 1-A terro move .\ n nthi %  it 'ili.n with I* m a 11 %  i i %  11were n rii %  the |i %  IJ bat k to I be ci id< ".' |;, sivc can ed bj t. Israeli unil | Staff Yitzhak ri b ni ction b) the i against Joi .., Intended I 'thati ounti y jr is used by the |tr,i responsible for ni houses in I pn'.i i ii • Rabin tr % nita which csi jtion had full> bl'ili'. 'o avoid human i • i tbin -t vo oed iur Mic way in which i bean carried out i > Foreign Mm reported to the (' lomatic >tept.i Israeli i io* eminent in I with "lie im. lenta : oreign Minister Golda in U.S. Ambassador (Barbour for what was to ce a discussion on Deoartment's criti raei s retaliatory raids in reprisal for recent 3as )wers ARTMENTS & COLLINS A E 945 63 b raids by terrorists from Jordan into Israeli territory that hod caused damage to property and in|uries to se.en Israelis. A Si.iic Depart ikesman w. thing on -after .. in: between Si ol State Dean Rusk and Israel Am thai !,! %  i nite 91 Gi i -.•an) un the I • si i dispute i ; i re il nited Nations ma chinery for dealing with disputes the stall Depai: ineiit offii ial d ihiIN organs." ilt is believed thai Ambassador M.H m.ui in his meeting with Secretarj Rusk drew tinLiferattention to the iony list of acts oi sabotage and armed incursions per petrated *>% trained marauders against civilian targets inside Israel aivl noted thai these maraud • %  Icame from and returned to Ionian after committing their acts ol \ lolenBEST +-*• %  rAL VALUE IIAMI BEACH ) 0* ••!! W*ONI lUXWT > 2 BtOROOM PARTMENT6 $160 monthly E CARPETING fEE PARKING i 0nr' Special DOCK SPACE P" 9 AM to 6 P Ml utectric appliances by schools throughout the United States and Canada were expected to attend the national PTA convention which is held to evaluate progress and consider plans for future development of Hebrew Day schools. More than 4o< persons were expected to attend, including par eats, teachers, administrators and principals. Rabbi Gross' program was -lated for the first da) at the Hotel New Yorker and was headed "Goals for fuller achievement in the cominimiu," Rabbi Gross, one of the found i is of the national PTA, and one of the editors of the "Jewish Parent." the PTA magazine published quarterly, was named to moderate this segment of the convention liecause of the advancement the Hebrew Acadenn hamade m com munity development in the Great ii Miami area Theme for this year's national convention was "Guideppsts for Fuller Achievement." Flaqler-Granada Awards Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Bowling League presented awards last Sunday in the Deauville Hotel Ragenc) Room, followed by din ner and the show. "Call Me Madam." s Before You Rent. Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size flov free central air ronditioniting %  ->> %  pi ste terrace? all • • • ets ulti hens and r ill i ;c When they tell you the location is wonderful J • COMPARI Jus' '• Bay 0 % %  j • %  -: fro i '.' ." %  icti '• • i • town "i c Key Biscayne and north to We re r gh! below the 26th with all Sun%  irl %  ••)y. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARI t our doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — securi!/ guard day and night — residence management — valet shop — laundr/ t lities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Oiympic-size swimi g pool — tennis courts — shufheboard courts — 18-hole pjMirg green — boat .i k and >g p^er — 5 beautiful, landscaped gai i is. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARI 131 A f only I M# %  monthly for DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS Also One and Two Bedroom Apartments Available PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! Rental Apartments M BISCAYNE BAY AT N E 33fi ST MIAMI. fiuRIQAPHfK 3-3183



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Page 16-A "JmlstncrMtofi Friday, June 4 19 ••n Nothing matches Pepsis taste except New Diet Pepsi! Now you can have your cola and diet, too. New Diet Pepsi has that famous regular-Pepsi taste. Great tingle. Clean, light, refreshing flavor. It's all taste— with no unpleasant aftertaste, like ordinary diet colas. And sugar-free Diet Pepsi Cola has less than one little calorie in a whole bottle. Taste Diet Pepsi. See why it's the only diet cola with a famous cola name. Now enjoy Pepsi either way... diet or regular Bo.t.ed ,, PeM-CoU Bo.tfcr. of Ml* ml ,nc. t1 N.W. Mth Str^t. Mml Florid., under appointing, from Pe^.-CoU Con.^ny. *T.



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Past presidents of the Southeastern Flciida Region r| women's American ORT with the newly-elected president at the Deauvil!e Hotel. From top are Mrs. Louis Bar^n. Mii. Jooeph Wilkes, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt and Mrs. Florence Kuppermon, incoming president. Not shown are Mrs. Irving Sussman and Mrs. Estelle Tischler. SABEL GRCVE \ surprise birthday luncheon Liven f. r Lee l Mrs James • on by her many mends from the M.. Sinai Hospital G .' I :i "0 \\ edl !•-(!.," :it trie • tel Pai tj planner M• '! i nd invite 1 lit b .i % %  ood job keepr ., i crel that Mrs I i M< bad difficu! > perj :.< %  < %  to come to her i wn When she did arrive j Birthday" : hi r, she alternate!) l laug iter • P iyljs SetI'M. w .i.. was in <>n set ret, c mforted her. '••Lilly checking the 'heory he world is round, Gladys • Ralph Kaplan started with a • >. %  (ton lulu and hen conin to Japan Found kj • a thoroughly 21 h century t) with modern office huild• partment stores and aparth i sea Witnessed a Japanese wedding i 'n a Shinto ffirine. had : ll rood in the Chmzan %  %  I have been blessi i fed weather. • • • : %  m their round the%  ti q com; leted in six :the DU l i Pal ert Pallots Fouri f'.ew t. i -i : lu, Tokyo, Bangkok. New Delhi. Uhens and Israel ... In Tel V.... hey attended the ten-day natii nal B'naj B'rltn con • < ntion. • • I'li;:%  : rties fi r bride i i .. n im luiled a lunchi .i.i shower W lr.es laj at the in Loui with cc-\: Jack s,... Pa dipped into her trousseau and came up with .i I >ige linen tunic fr< ck for i ,. affair Sb w i r included her mother, Mrs Lawrence Weston, her sister. Meryl Weston, Mrs Nathan Kra mer mother of fiance Donald, Imothers, Mrs Anna llvinan. MrStella Weinstein, aunts Dor< i> Mrs William) Carmel, Florence tMr> Mannie) Liberman Also Mrs. Murray Sonnet. Mrs Sam Hirs.h. Mrs. Sy Silver man Mrs Dave Berry. Mrs. Jack Geartner, Mrs. Leonard Plan. Mrs. Herman Oberman, Mrs Mayer Abramowitz, Mrs. Mannie Silverstein, Mrs. Edward Klein. MiG Neijna, Mis. Bernard nan, Robin Bratter, Reisa v. inston on Monday. Patricia will grad uate from Miami Beach Senior Hi; h, v '.ere she was i esi lent oi •' i ( 11. Service Club On June ii l hgroom's parents Mi and MrNathan Kramer will reheat >al dinner tor memContirued on Page 7-B M MI ;• •• and Mrs, times Abi n a seem ita lotion ol wrele t: • I, v "?d Mrs. M IHy Frcnk, Mrs %  rsel no by Mrs. Arn Resnick. Mrs. / Out dcrj and named "Women fear." rf.O(/ oman $ "WortJ tie wislh FloridUairi Miami, Florida, Friday, June 4, 1965 Section B Pioneer Women Closing Season Mrs Joseph Krantz, president ol Pioneer Women. Club 1. at!' 1 Mrs Essie Wilenskj were honored at a bon voyage luncheon at the home of \irLeah Notkin before their departure (or lsra< I President of Club 2. Mrs Liftman has called the last inp of the season tor Mond P m at 842 Washington Ave Of officers for the coming will IK presented. Beba Idelson Club, Mrs, F Gibson, acting president, scheduled the season's last ir.g for Wednesday, 12:3(1 at Washington Fed' ral. 1133 mandv Dr. .Nominations and lion will he held (da meet ay. 8 Slate v ( a r annie has meetp.m., Nor elec Oolda Meir Club. Mrs Miriam Ha!perin, president, will install new officers and board members on Wednesday, t p.m., in the Motel Algiers Mrs Sam Falick. director oi Women's Division. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Will he install ing officr. A musical program will be presented by Mrs Frances Packer, local entertainer Following slate will be installed: president, Mrs Abraham Seltzer vice presidents. Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer. Meyer llohn. David Lippman: secretaries. Jane Colchman, Anna Sorin Bild. Sophia Zahn. Mina Quaker; treasurer. Isaai Pushkin; parliamentarian. Nathaniel Soroff. Chairmen are Moetzet Hapoalot. Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer: child rescue fund. David I.ippman: membership. Eva Kahn: publicity. Anna Sorin Bild; dues. Catharine v ictorhouse; Jewish Nati nal Fund, Mary Kleinman: Bonds for Israel, Abraham Fox: jourr.al. Miriam Halperin: sunshine. Jer-ne Dunson: telephon. Lillian Bon nstein Mrs. Isaac Purhkin will be chairman of the installation pram. Young Singles Miss Myrna Meyer-, chairman. Young Sinales Group of Temple Beth Am. announces the meeting will he held on ThurJune 17. 8:30 p.m.. in the Youth Lounge of the Temple. Men I women between the apes n: 28 and 40 are invited to attend. **"^T7^~sj l yyyJBjj V Krt H.-"VfcKBC^vV?S5v \^n jfl a ml most vivfi janf silk flowttrs Decorate your homo for the holidays with the newest, most elegant silk roses. Their colors and exquisite workmanship rival natures own. Long stemmed oeauties, handmade with great skill and perfection. Rose buds shown in vase 1.50 each. The Vase fr< in turquoise patina, S12. nd roses large size, 2.50 each. Iiloom, with hud. 2.50 each. %  BURDI 2ST E



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Paqe 2-B +Jet*1st flcrldlan Friday. June 4 1965 Pt r wti Bib .all vary, they may toe hard or soft cakes or cookies, oi. as in Italy, a tilled and frost ed u afer, bu! all of them are cone-•nt the mounl and have .. darker .irepatio i, p io n present the cloud wbi< • • i i Sinai We can prepan tin in easilj by baking cup cakes, either regular-sited or tiny, and inverting them to form the cone shape. They could be frosted with v lute icing to represent snow, and topped With a dah of < ll uolate iii! i, ; the cloud; or the white H ing may be omitted. Our menu for Shavuoth tinyeai orporati once more tin-> mholie foodwhich are associated |h the festival We set ,:iir tablewith I owloi honey and the twin challos. Dairj Hodare included oi c" ufse \ delightful but unusu a! cream si up is suggested tor the first course, one made with pea nut butter The soup is verj rich, and another cream soup could be substituted "1 you preferred With a main course of broiled fish, the onions glazed with honey are moat appropriate, and we have also gug gested an extra-good Luckshon Kugel. The salad of young greens in season, and the dessert oi earl) trui! < and Mt Sinai cakecom pletes our menu. Sour Cream And Chive Batter Buns r Shavuoth. for summer lunch. ,.:: %  patio brunches, you'll want rve ihiairy dairj fix-fast Sour Cream and Chive Batter Buns %  cup sour 11' i %  • -; i package Pleischmann's Active Drj Veaal : i nip warm water 105-115 deg F I 2 i 4 cups unsifted flour 1 egg 2 tablespoonsugar 2 tablespoons Planters Oil 1 1/2 tablespoons mopped chives Staid sour cream. Add sugar. salt. Planters Oil. Cool to hike warm Dissolve yea-t in warm water in large warm bowl. Add lukewarm mixture, flour, egg. chives. Ix-at until smooth. Cover; let rise in warm place until doubled, about 3u minutes. Stir batter down and spoon into 12 oiled muffin cups. Lei rise until doubled, about 30 I inutes, or until done. Makes 12 t buns. — R.J. Shavuoth Menu Twin challos Honey Cream of peanut butter soup Wine for Kiddu-h Broiled fish Honey-glazed onions Luckshon and cheese kugel surprise Salad of young raw vegetables in season Strawberry and pineapple cup Mt Sinais Coffee Peanut Butter Soup 2 tablespoons butter 1 small onion, minced 2 tablespoons all purpose Hour 2' c ps w ater 1 tablespoon mimed par-ley 'j cup smooth peanut butter 2 teaspoons instant parve chicken-type soup mix :' i cups rich milk, or half milk and hall light cream Salt and pepper to taste Chopped salted peanuts Melt the butter in a 2-quart saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook until light free Loan Closes Season Isidore Schwartz, president. HeI few Free Loan Association, conducted the closing mealing of the year on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Reports were given on all activities and projects engaged in during the past year, bjov. n Stir in the flour until bub: ||j stir m the water. When the sauce is smooth, stir in th' | arslej and %  i "' •'' min utes Gradu illj in the pea nut butti r *dd the soup mix and simmer 5 minutes longer \ ves 5 Honey-Glaied Onions 3 cups c oked lin> white onions l tablespoon better 4 teaspoons lemon juice l teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 3 CUP holies Salt and pepper to laste Either fre*h onions peeled and cooked until tender in boiling salted water or canned onions ma> be Used Dram the onions thOTOUghl) in a 10 inch skillet combine all the remaining ingn dients Bring to a l oil, then simmer for one minute. Add the onions and simmer for 10 minutes Stir gently from time to time to ci at the onions evenly with the glaze Place the onions in a serving dish and pour any remaining gl a Z e over them This ami nut serves 5 The glaze is also delicious prepared with sliced looked carrots Luckshon and Cheese Kugel Surprise n 0 2 l 2 well-b 3 tablespoons sugar p %  | ,.,., r; -our cream • %  teaspoon sail i cup fine curd cottage cheese MI. Ik 1 teaspoon vanilla eatrnct 3 i c ip un-1) i rushed cornflakes 2 tablespoons dark b own an 1 tea d cinn.im m 2 tablesp ons m< Ited butter Additional -our cream optional! Drain the cooked noodlethoroughly, add [he -oft butter or margarine, and -tir until it melts [n B separate bowl Ix-at together the MI ., %  • am. and salt Blend in the cottage cheese, then n-.ilk and vanilla 9tir the no,dieinto this mixture, and blind gentry but thorough!) Pour into a well buttered round 8x2 • in< h baking dish which can be brought to the .table. Bake at 325 degs I I minutes Meanwhile combine he cornflakes, brown suga r, cinna inon and melted butter At the end of the 25 minutes baking time, spread the cornflake mixture even |y over the surface of the kugel return IO the oven and bake 20 minutes longer Serve hot from the baking dish ..s a substitute for potatoes if you wish, you ma) serve additional SI ur cream with it Tinamount makes 5 P rtiona %  cold. in. i>,..-< Ui el from 3 tablespo, • 1/2 cup to I.I-I. N Uses raisins lo Bake ..dn eti Kith • Iitiona! .OIII i ri Mos! luek-'ior k„ | ii i IKII nave milk as an 11.1/3 cuf ,i texture, m e liki latsed type pudding li milk is ino-1 appn Shavuoth Miss Baumwald Sweet Sixteen '1 his past Sa u MiSol Baumwald ... M f i itl. | \l a r n i> Miami 5 High s, ... .in a< %  co n fi I Beth HAmYN :• and will attend the matioii class i • l year Over 50 friends ami I sisters helped the prett] %  eli i -ate th' occasion. Also present were h< grandparents, Mr and Mi man Han -e'iV and P dmother Mn lenni 2 c ups hot, cooked medium For a delicious dessei lo serve mons What makes the unswitchable brand unswitchahle? voUno X&AtXcJIiz'iMq, juicy OMCL CORNED BEEF T23 PURE BEEP Kashr,,tn Supervision by pro-ninrnt Orthodox Rabbi: Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal ana two steady Masha'Chim v.• G<>. i kwaetHi WILNO KOSHER OHIA#O. ILUNOH' OOT SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 MIAMI BRANCH: !"3 S'S S S S S 8KB § 1&S?4^<9>'$'S'§ ^"^S" ^ S 1 KNOWN ACCEPTED TRUSTED Everywhere in the U.S. tor Truly kosher products Sponsored by The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America §) in conjunction with The Rabbinical Council ol America Your family! Why? Because families like yours which use vegetarian beans wouldn't buy any kind but Heinz. As you know well,switching from one brand of a product to another is almost the style these days.Then how come the unswitchability of I l.Y. B.? Is it the*seal that makes the bitf difference? ()r the delightful flavor of the tomato sauce? < H" the popularity of H.V.B. with the children? Or the confidence r— u in the name Heinz? Maybe it's all four reasons! Could be!V57/ llli: KOSHER SI I /..— The on the label is the official symbol of approval and tndtrsemtnt of TIM I'NION Of ORTHODOX JRWMH CONORI (JATIONS OK AMKRICA.



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Fridav, June 4. 1965 +Jewish rtcrId/tar Paqe 3-B Chai Chapter Holds Installation New : :';cers of Flamingo Chapter, American Charles Truccio; vice president Mrs Tosenh MeH -•' Confer nt Denver in~!i,H„ D^r-.A^, D-I.: f" !" 1 "": m,s 'Seph Medic-;! Center at Denver, include President Mis. %  '. iray Corwin (seated center and Mrs. Murray Levrant, president of Dade County Coun< standing right,. Others are vice piesAittiur Silow; vice president. Mrs. Robinson; vice president, Mrs. David Brooks; 'Cretary, Mrs. Anne Drecksler; : secretory, Mrs. Susan Schnitzer; financial secretary, Mrs. Ben Waihafhq; surer, Mrs. Joseph H. Silow. Mrs. Trinz to be Installed President Of CM Young Women's Division SIC 'Wf THf. WOMtN. PAGE 8 8 ard Ti inz, of Coral be installed as presi %  i • Young w omen's I i %  i sion i nbined Jewish Appeal .' 166 on Tuesday, :it 10 Mrs Inez Krensky, chairman ol the W I> i \ ision of Combined Jewish Appeal, will be the install' ing officer for the event, which will tart 1 place ;it the YM and and YWHA ot Greater Miami. 8">IKJ SW f.ih St Announcement ol Mrs Trinz' selection was made I j Mrs Rob ert Sussman, chairman ol the No minating Committe Serving on the Nominating Committee with Mrs Sussman were Mesdames William Binder. Richard Brickman, Daniel Neal Heller, Irving Lehrman, .1 Allen Siegel and Albeit Weintraub Other nomim ounced by Mi S --..,: ilition to Mrs. Trinz, include Mesdames ilo Katzen ami Robert Traurig. vice presidents, No Minimum Division; Philip Bloom and Robert Shapiro, vice presidents, education: Richard I.iit and Daniel Neal Heller, vice presidents, pace-setters divi sion; Howard Ayares, secretary; Daniel Franco, parliamentarian; Richard Brickman, immediate past president; .1 Allen Siegel, Nominating Committee chairman; l.arne Blasberg, Marshall Harris, Sam I.uhy. Jr., Howard Scharlin, Richard Stone and Howard Tim/. Nominatins Committee Chai Chapter, linn B'rith \\ ci had its ninth annual installation al the Deauville Hotel las) we< Mayor Melvin J Richard, p president. North shore Lodge B'nai B'rith, brought greetii Mrs Nathan Rosenblum sang the National Anthem and Hatikvah. Mrs Esther Lerman, founder president of Chai, and past presi dent ol Miami Beach Council, was i! stalling officer Mrs -Max Kern, past president of Chai and presi dent of Miami lleaeh Council for %  second term, gave the mvoca tion, Mrs Flora II Sinick. past president and membership vice president oi Miami Beach Council, was chairman of the day. Miss Helen Sil\ cistern, past president, con ted the menorah candlelight ing sen ice. Mrs. Phil Wolmer immediate past president, gave a report on hi i in m in office, and pres< i I a plaque to Mr Charles Miller, cat ering manager. she also presented the presi dent's pin and gavel to Judith. htei ol incoming pres Mrs .lack Zebitz, who was unabli to attend A musical program. v Ground the World," ered b) M iss Anne K;i\ e Mrs Newton Hofstadter Dis tricl 8 leadership chaptei consultant, gave the benediction Blintzes? Harmony Lodge Meeting Monday On Monday. 8 p.m., Harmon) Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will held itregular meeting at Beth Torah. Program will include guest pan elists from BBYO. ADL. CVC and Hillel Foundation. Ansel Witten stem, president of the Florida Fed eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will also participate in the panel Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Pocn>ie Tetley I n" 1 bracing as the I I should I"%  I rite in Jewish homes since 1 BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT K on the package means Kosher. Certifili Kosher and Patve s, Rabbi lacob Cohen Suburban League Board Meeting BreaM -t board meeting of the Suburbaj Leaj ue, Soutli Dade u men'i service organization, will hi held on Mondaj 9 30 a m., at i tide John's Pancake House. So Dixie Hwj I'n -. % %  • • Mrs Man Hertz will ii I on projet ted fund raising for thi r to help pro dical i ire for i ant et pati at '. arietj ( hildn n's Hospi Members work \ lunti ei at %  • -in ials, lunchceil a neous events. All teed* go to the hospital. for HOLIDAY P'and Everyday The Perfect Salt for Koshering •II your meat and fowl %£•> Diaouiud L rjui Sail Company TO America's light Beer Henry E. Mangels Co 3550 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Florida Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines Here's why Fleischmann's belongs in every Jewish home... • v ide from 100".'• corn oil-not a mixture of oils • Every pound contains almost a cup of liquid corn oil • jeal for low saturated fat diets many doctors recommend • Available either Lightly Salted in the refrigerated section or Unsalted (Sweet) in the frozen food section • Fleischmann's Unsalted (Sweet) Margarine also ideal for low-sodium, diets CERTIFIED KOSHER by Rabbis Charlop and Reichman; FLEISCHMANN'S CONTAINS ALMOST A CUP OF LIQUID CORN OIL.



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Face 4-B *• knist IhrkKar Friday, June 4 1965 Nautilus PTA Hears Editor Officers and board of Beth David Sisterhood •.vere installed May 26 by Mrs. Haiold Reinhard, president, Florida Branch of the Women 8 League of the United Synaqoaues of :ica. Left to right are Mrs. Georqe Lasmembership vice president; Mrs. Albert Beer, cultural vice president: Mrs. Mu l t a v Dacks, oast president advisor; Mrs. Reinhard; Mrs. Irving Weiner, president M; Leonard Wolf, youth vice president; Mrs. Seymour Friend fund raising vice Mrs. Silverman Named President Of Opfi-Mrs. Unit • Mrs 'lub of Miami Beach combine installation and ;i 10th anniversary at its regular luncl i at the Si jrmo S n i w ill the yi Louis P nhei It : ai ; sidents Mrs Milton Olkin Mrs IE Kern, Mrs Hirsch; recording secretaryMrs Frank Nankin; cores] ry, Mrs. Bill Click; social etary, Mrs Arthur Leibowitz Theme of the day will bo a bistorj (if the club set to music and rhyme honoring founders. Mrs I • li Fler Mrs. Doug Raff and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, and pa-: presidents, Mesdames Arthur Shapiro. .lack Low. Howard Brooks, Haiold Druker, Harry Raskin Melvm Richard, and Murray Sonnet. An original script written by .MrMurray Sonnet will include Provision Firm Expanding Herman Pearl, president of Number One Provisions of Miami Beach, this week announced plan* for expansion of his firm's plant • %  enlarge its special pickling and oking process facilities Number One is distributor of Morrison and Sch :: Kosher Products ol Boston. •& lit OVwhOKT A* lOW CA.OI.al DtfTI At last! A margarine with all three 1 100. DAIRY FREE 2 LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE \ *t MRS. StlmOUR SHVfRMAM Saporitissimi!... (jesluiiaksie! ...The tastiest! Whether \ou describe it in Italian. Jewish or English — t paghetti dinner fmm c IK. B %  \: Dee is just i. it the tastiest this side of Mi CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Spaghetti Dinner Spaghetti Dinner Complete In this one package! Cook spaghetti lo tall.. Heat end add culh.nlic Italian Muihroom Sauc. Top with loll of tippy che.t.. Easy, quick, g.ihmot ste ., tuttobuonol Coiht only about 15 p.r i.r.'ng. a cai %  Mrs R ilph Hall. M kn n Mrs. J Nautilus Junior High School PTA had its annual year on I luncheon meeting and installation of officers recently with Principal smart D. Wooley in charge f in stallations, Rolfe Neill. publisher editor of the Miami Beach Daily Sun. was guest speaker A program by students from the arts and homeniak Ing departments, followed. Serving in the coming year axe Mrs. Milton s Goldman, president; Mrs Charles Binder, president elect; Mrs. Howard Zimmerman, MrIrving Mankes, Mrs. Thom.iGlasser, vice presidents; Vis. stu.ut I. Simon, recording secret Sunshine Chapter Membership Tea Sunshine Chapter, B nai It Women, hi Id a memrx il the Foui tain\ iev R Hall Mi Morris B< nsteii Samuel K ips< % %  u • esi •were chairmen Mrs. M y SI %  B'i %  B'rith \• I were Mrs jack Goldbi i I Mrs %  roback, L'antoi daurici Neil Ulath Yesl mi ffei %  • %  ary: Mrs. Paul [Carlson ponduii: secretarj; MrJ Sharpe, Mrs Philip Da\ urera. Mrs Alexander Libo chairman of the da) KOSHER MORRISOiVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Perfect A 1 rawer TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorfu August Brov Sread mad. from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • PUMPERNICKEL • BOHEMIAN RTl • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWISt • FRENCH BREAD 'EGG ROIU • HAifO 0'.' Vik -m %  — %  : M'p a gpout gathered for you Miriam field s ,1 • indering in I an idee I n HI i %  '! • A' it* weri I -. ,• • : ,-. on S .arc iti.-. CKEESE BUNTZES • %  %  .. ; %  IK ||| wit I '•. II I -I 111 i -.ill l la .•-!• ii PI i milk Mead mil Gradu I mu until laaooth. I' i IcspooaB batter into Sot, i.il. I r. -kilkl. I ill I" spread ( ook> mil low heat unlil Ml I front pan. Repeat with real ( MH.IUIK cheese wit'' I efj • 1 leaspooa salt and i-imun %  nil. Plan 2 lalilnaouaaclsti -. in ceMct "I each Ulati, toM -io, towards center, roll up like K I rx in hut IManlers Oil unlil Ri Makes It tCreal ith eoaB i ••' %  ,i first to the women,' the Divine Decree to Mew • I • p .mi the precept* oj Judat them. 1/ thej tn %  ept, the met folio* This fascinating ill worked, a tuprente tribute I feminine powet ol moral lead' %  This luscious conversation-! confection tastetsofabiilous, looks so festive, you'll want to mat Ikosc-vi yomtov. Oive it a whirl' COFFEE CREAM SW1RL-A-CAKE 1 cup silted cake flour 4 teaspoons Chase & Sanborn Instant Coffee IV) teaspoons Royal Baking P *i teaspoon salt • 4 egg yolks 1 cup sugar • 3 tbsps. cola a %  %  1 teaspoon vanilla eitiact 4 egg whiles, stiffly beaten Confectioners' sugar Cotfee Whipped Cream Sift together flour. ( has*' A Saahora Coffee, Royal Baklaf Powder, •. In large lil heat en folks un'il thi, k and light. <.r.idu.iItadd bcalini! nl alter each addi.i. %  '' in mid aalcf and raalfla. Ulen itli -illcd dr> innudi.ins foM in suiiii beatna en whiles Pout >>.!•, %  H %  i lin' I 15'j \ I"'.\ I |. II) r..II pan. li.ik. al J50 I ill ininiilts. nt until dun.-. III ai oaca "inn damp doth -. mill i niilfv inim-rs' siiua' wen IIJI i. (run mat] edges. S| %  10' I BM 'i -id> roll up doll ai"! 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Friday. June 4, 1965 +J(nlst> nrrMI.nr Page 5-B Canadian Teacher Asks to be Pardoned MONTREAL — (JTA) — Brother Rene l.ahaie. susp< nde I grade teacher in a Catholic ele bis classroom, "ex] ain mentary school here, who had -idem to the Canad formally 'removed" from >n >i. ., i i %  ,.'.-,, The teacher's letter, saying tha' he and his superiors had been the "victims of onesided and subject "iis post for displaying a photo t< be "forgiven for having tolerlve ano prejudiced information," graph cf 11 %  1;*• i and a swastika ii the inconsiderate u i syn e in hols an I dramati -ations w hit h are Jewish ?o charged with painful melas been suspended indefinitely, ind the director of tin school mnission in charge of his si who has been assigned to er duties The CJC replied '• "he signers thai it was acquainting 'he Joining the teacher in the letter Jewish community leadership >1th was sent to the Canadian J< Congress were iiis fo >r nrineinal who "the friendly spirit" ol their l< IT'S SHEVUOTH! time for entertaining and big coffee enjoyment HMB Everything about Maxwell House is big... big in flavor and quality, the finest...big on flavor in Jewish homes, the greatest!...and big on tradition,^ popular at Shevuoth time as parties, dairy meals and blintzes! MAXWELL HOUSE REGULAR OR INSTANT Good to the Last Drop f 1 IMSTAHMAXWELL "HOUSE COFFEE ^d XWEU HOUS COFFE* j."" Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbit Herch Kohn and Bernard Levy



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Pcge 14-A Page 8-B Jewlstncrkflnn Friday. June 4 196' ...^Xfbout f^eople and pu aces • • BIG NIGHT AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB •":.:•• %  at i-lub og yellw menu on h tali yellow can The :anc" ElLai d MrMa M mail Mr ..r. : Mm Nat • ler M: and MrMr and Mr Maurj K en Mr Mrs V line am: %  e n. amid men, made 'Hi THE GINEROOS h>' plans, but thi• %  i %  Sam Miller. Henrj Ha \ if .-• \! •:.. Fertx r, Irving Wex Ed Feldstei ..n in this 1 most j affair F -r th. f< time. I)r Jess and Mildred Spirer had dinner and wne tor tbeir frienda ret of Ha) and everyone asks when • da> will be The men pick their partDCT from an--n^ the men, and the women do the same No danger of hair pulling -The.-. tablea Winners for the men team of Mart> Samuels arid Nathan Mat' .en > team victorI • Sara Mrs nkind and Etht M ichtey, Tlv no living with the Machteys at this point, since mong oth< r players were Helen and Edgar Miller. Fkn ind Sidnej Lewis, %  nd Red and Samuel Klinoft Alter the I i n ,.v ted 'hi' handfor hours • m HELLO MOM AND DAD I... and Al Berkowitz are wondering when % %  son. Leonard, who i%  < i phomore at I>uke University, gets time to studj From hiletters. leduced that he's vice chancellor ol Tan Epsiloi Phi Fraternity, tcr, and rw i a-i, chairman and i rman "l the P bliommittee of the Interfraternit> Council TWELVE GRANDCHILDREN Esthi r and \ .1 Mol*sk> ick from st L in-, whi re the) atti nded ..: their -: ndson, Harlie son of S and Man nee Frankel 'nly one n Robi i • • Stanley and Jerrj Molaskj Bar in M mphis will have to be Baa Mitzvah B it I i M • • • n yel Th j II be at KrandeiUniversity on June li to see -rand• I Molaskj graduate. Frances Lehman Left to riqht are Mrs. Fay Tupier, president, Miam. E Chapter. Women's League for Israel, Rabbi Irving Le and Mrs. Gershon Miller at a recent tea hosted bv fcl gues board members on Mrs. Tupler's return from brae Lehrman was principal speaker and Mrs. Miller offei dramatic reading. Mrs. Harry Kapell was chairman E members are Mesdames Jacob Weitzer. Kapell Harry K living Chesler. Rose Levine. Morris Schcr. and Julian O Elaine Ehrenkranz Exhibition on View Now at Miami Museum of Modern Art HAiril tHKtNKKANZ Three Girls Win Merit Awards l^mdon i'. tut has achieved erior ratings for her trumpet playing, thi• i\ ed a merit ird trom the Dairy Council of South Fkn Daughter >i Mr aid Mrs Louis London, 889] SW >C'nd St., Miami. enior in < oral Cables Senior Hi.h School, .ludi has played trun:;ift since age nine An exhibition of paintings DJf Flaine i Mr-. Joel) Fhrenkran/ opened Tuesday and will run through June 30 a: the Miami Museum of Modern Art The exhibit includes -'3 oil.-, five pastels, -ix drav m. and two wa ti -i lorMrs Khrenkran/ has exhibited extensively, with one-man -hothe Norton Gallery. Wesl Palm Washington Federal Savin?; and Loan Association, Miami Beach, 1946; The Gallery Miami, 1958; Miami Beach I.ibrar\ and Art Center, 1959; and the cur lent show at the Miami Museum of Modern Art Her prizes include a second al %  Societ) ol the Four ArtEx hibit, Palm Beach, 1956; second. Lowe Art Gallery MemberShow. I960; Lowe Art Gallery, two-man -hew. 1961; and I.owe Art Callerv MemberShow Hail' Mrs Ehrenkranz has also ex hibited in group shows at Cornell University, Columbia M u e u m of Columbia in South Carolina. Playhot -. Art Gallery in Miami, Invitational Exhibition al U.S.-Japan Cultural Exchange in Yokohama Mrs Khrenkran/ a native Mi amian, studied painting al Cornell University fn m 1949 to 1952, Columbia University in the aumn er ol 1950 and the Art student League ol Woodstock, N V in 1951. she did graduate s udj In painting and art education at New York University m 1952 Comes to the aid of the Party Masterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size function—from an intimate reception to the big weddmg of the season — a bntiiant success! Every deMil is faidttessiy attended to by the experienced and dedicated staff lhf liiilf dllferracM make ili' lij: difference JacqunO*ladalJE 2-2561 OCEANFRONT • 45th TO 47th STS. • MIAMI BEACH Have that lustiness Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion ^ You'll find couplet* 4£ facilities to exoctly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, W Aladdin, Scheherazade ond Rubaiyat Roc^s, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party I Judi London fdilh Stern Mm Laurie levin uuiii|/ri -i in \mphon\ tirst trumpet in ,, netion at Gables. %  ann l Ltdo $ a r ,mg s '• a • T hey %* will make a successot any party...• $f werjrjrii... a Bar Mttwatt* ... a business 1 -A meeting or a social luncheon, they will serve from 20 to 1000 diners with tine food anpertly prepared in the dibdo's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They II arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Ttichnerat JEtftrsen 8 OS 11 for the lest junction you've war had! A Srk 1 Pmi||f er-Krp'>aa atfaafUQB/r, COUINS UU.U N0 UNC01N 0A0 Mill



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Friday, June 4. 1965 *Jml$lifhrlt0Hl Page 7-B +^y<>ciaii'tc vu sjrsaoe/ \~ii 'OCItlfii t<%f Continued fom Page 1-B of the brid ty and i relativi tail • pe< %  ni ca il i ai e Mi and Mrs VV I man, Mi and Mrs S Hym Mi %  : Mrs M Pau Mr and Mrs I. Ducorsky, Mr I Mrs. II'. man Ro v Mi .', Libei man, Mr, an : l> r.i rgman From S olina, Mr. and Mrs P. Kranx i Mr a I Mi Hem j Stern "it i Bi and Marcie, M %  and Mrs. g in-ti in and son Da\ Moses: Bernstein, Mrs Anna Wilon-ky Following thei r waddlni June 12 ai the Algiers Hotel, the young couple will honeymoon in Jamaica Both w i ll attend lege In the f;11 In the audience when Flon He il pern receives a Doctor ol Education degree from Columbia University in New Y"rk this week will be husband Sol and JOi Vlai w ho flew up Mondaj to j >in parents Dr Hcilpern, who taught in the Remedial Rea Una Clinic when ?he was with the Dade Count) school system, will (in farther stud) this summer at the Menninger Clinic in Kansas \ 'her visitor to the n Blanche < Mrs Herman I Pe w tin plans in -" nd six weeks in v %  ) Park, N J She houseguesl ol ter's fani ih i. la and Shellj R sni their four offsprin Curl 10 on g Sandy 6, Helen 3 Gn i [i i ll join I for tercd eekends throu :'.\ oul I he summei Four m Pcai belong I son \rthur I ..I C< ral Gal The; Mil hael 9 M n • Samuel 3. i Celia, who wil cell irate her sixth birthdav tinweekend i ihaj m t'l-it grandmothei won't leave until it is • • i ness tri|> abroad for Max well '.Vci.shl.it t Jordan M a r h exec, involved stops in Italy. Spain, England France, Denmark Although it wifins firsi visit tn the Continent, there was no though ol lingering, lot tinwas to be a big weekend in the Weisbiatl home Daughter Judith confirmed Sunda) :it Beth Torah Parents honored the 14-year-old with .i "swinging part) Fridaj night Sub-deb set danced and snacked til mid night On Sundov. folio* in the ceremonies, Judith again center of attraction at a cocktail party for 80 friends of her parents Among guesis, her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Sam ei man For the get-together on Friday, the pert teen-ager ^/ rove v i e an informal Dino sports outlit More digi i Sund .i long sleeve choir i>\ Ih yellow I i down the fr i. Her charming mother .i fa hionable white s;lk ut with black c blouse • Mr and Mi Harrj Zuki i n i have returned from the InterBar \•-' i iation in Puerto Rico, where he served as egate from the Florida and I lad i "ou ly B r Associations He's ii lapped to serve as convention chairman for the State Bar conclave slated June IH ;.t (he K itit.nnelileau Folg the activities attendant on that gathering, Sue will fly to the Weal Coast tor a two or threeweek visit with MM Michael, who iwith the Internal Revenue De patimcnt ii Sen I-'rani isco Hut devoted wife that she is, she will be beck for Harry's involve menl with the huge American p.. i 'onvention to be held her.' in V'.u-t When ii" 1 ''s o\ e r the Zukernicks will turn their • %  ;i \ acation T h 'i c *ho attendi d will not soon forgel the Temple Israel in• ii %  dinner dance honoring Dr Joseph K. Narot recentlj at the Dupi nl Plaza Hotel Theme, "Twen s Five Fruitful Dr. Narot' s in the : ,vas developed bj Mrs Rosenberg into a breathtaking} beautiful silvered fruit i lighted setting Each %  was .i glow entv ined w i h r t f II I 1 \ aves, oranges, pineapples A high p the eve musi al offi ing pre,i mipli -lied Mrs. St( v elitLillian Goodman is thanking fi iends for the m •> n > flowers, %  and cards she re ceived while a patient ;.t Mt. SiLillian as tn ha\e .one In Ja< knville to attend a branch conference meeting of the National Women's League, when she succumbed to a severe virus infection Rather than taking charge of the Torah Fund Work. shop she was herself taken in hand bj a host of physicians and nurses As a result, everyone at the workshop she was to have led, signed their names to a pray, er wishing her a speedy recovery, and .ill made contributions to the Fund in her name Lillian is so touched by thenL:< sture, that now thai she is oul of the hospital and well on the way to health. -lie I\ ciA helmed once mole tins time, thankfully, by the kindness ol everyone concerned. 0o n the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly [ planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ...ranging from 10 to 1000. OR t/a a miaml country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. David Kovae, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 'l In photo at left are (left to riqht: Max Boderman, newly-elected president of TemDle Emanu-El; Sam Friedland, chairman of the board; and Jack Corner, chairman of the Silver Anniversary Ball, as Friedland turns over the president's gavel to Boderman. Base of the gavel is inscribed with the names of all past presidents. Photo at riant are (left tc ric,hti Joseph M. Lipton. outgoing president and Bcderman. who presents an inscribed plaque to Lipton on behalf of the congregation in aratitude for his service to the Temple Function was Sunday night at the Diploma: Hotel attended by some 400 persons. 400 Attend 25th Anniversary Celebration of Emanu-El Some 400 persons turned nut Sunday niyht at the Diploma! Hotel to honor the 2.">th anniversary ni Temple Emanu-El. Welcome was extended by Jack earner, chairman ol the evening. with greetings offered b> Max Bouerman newly-elected president. Joseph M Lipton. immediate past president and S a m u e I N. Friedland, chairman ol the board, also offered briel comments as well as Dr Irving Lehrman, spir dual leader Serving as vice chairmen of the silver Anniversary Ball were Kmil Morton and Hank Meyer Mrs A xander Kogan was in charge of 1 i si Mrs Sam 1. u b y Jr headed the young matrons hostc— es In oharge ol arrangements were ihe Mesdames Max Bo ei man, George Goldberg Sherman Ii Kaplan and Hei berl S Shapiro Tribute was I y Judge In in* Cj with G c .. r g e .1 Taliai heading arran ements for special ts Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman at the Silver Anniversary Ball of Temple Emanu-El on Sunday evening. Marathon Race At Kennel Club The $5,000 Marathon Cnampionship stakes comes up t r decision a! Isadore llcch.'s Hauler Kennel Club on Saturdaj night, with the $80,000 International ClaSSU ached tiled to get under way Ihe folll H log Saturday. Alter two rounds of compctiiion in the Marathon s t a k e. during which the field was reduced from 3-1 to eight, the finalists who will face the starter Saturday are headed by Les Cole's Terry Str.iemer. winner of both his previous tests. Others in the field include George Fulton's Nopal Star. Happy Stutz' Originate and Western Fleece, Cole's In Memory. Joe LaC'roix Our Rae itae. oscar Evers' Charming Tears and Ful:on's Cold Stamp The winner will gel $2,100 of the 16,000 purse, with $1,050 going to the runnel up. $ &f >:!<> to the third place finisher, $420 to the greyhound running fourth, and 1200 each to the ethers m the field liisrvvM: T i: it it \ < E 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE EAC "WHERE THE STABS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DECORATED STARLIGHT IftAIJJtOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS ir BANQUETS RECcdONS ir LUNCHEONS MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOB H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Beth Am Men To Meet Monday Ben Ch?in, newly-elected presi den:. Brotherhood ol T. mplc Beta Am, ai nounces thai a meeting will be held in the Music Room on Mondaj evening. Committee chairmen for the new year will be appointed, and planwill be made for the coming year. A B o w 11 ii League is being > planned, wMi Max Raskin as chair in.ui Muhael Clem and Harold Malm have been appointed chairmen of the Blood Hank which supplies blood to Temple members and immediate families Next drive will he held on Sunday. June U, from Si until noon >*_. mi.* tilV^C



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Paae 14A Feee 8-3 Jewish rkrlcftor Friday, June 4, 1965 M. ^ SHIMtY WOMAN OF THE WEEK Shirley Mrs. Howard Trinz, "itli her perl face and attractive dark hair, doesn't loi k like the average person she think.she is. Whal a Utopia this would be if all the Shirleys in the world were lik she Shirley, as a shj little girl who loved t'> read, lived in Toledo during a quiet and uneventful childhood. At Ohio state University, she was active in her sorority. Sigma Delta Tau. A true college romance blossomed when she met Howard on a blind date. Howard graduated the next year, but Shirley didn't wail to graduate Getting married, living in Toledo, and having three chil dren. Jeff. Betsy and Laurie, took up the next thirteen years Two years ago, they moved to Miami. It was quite a wrench for them to make the move. Shir ley was the first to leave the huge family group living in Toledo — she was the oldest of fourteen grandchildren The minute the) arrived In Miami, they knew that they could call it home The people they met were as warm and friendly as the weather Presently, they are building a house in the South west section Shirley's background was one o! ardent Zionism, with a mother, aunt and grandmother who were community and civic leaders Com bined Jewish Appeal, National Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah became part of her life in her new community, just as it had been in Toledo Next week, she will be installed apresident ol the Young Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. The enthusiasm and know-how she put into organizing the "No Minimum'' luncheon serves as |ust a small indication of what she will do in the role ol pre-:.lent. Shirley insists that she has no hobbies: she doesn't knit, paint or write, except copious letters hack home But her husband, who is much more introspective than she. is fascinated by the interest she takes in people and the way she makes friends As he sees it. people are her hobby. The art of conversation has not been lost as far as Shirley and Howard arc concerned. They spend many an evening in talk either alone or with friends Hut there are other times, when they go dancing, which is one of their favorite forms of entertainment. They also bowl and Shirley just got the prize for being the worst bowler in their league. Their family life is the usual one. except that Howard hasuch a magnificent, dry gense of humor. thai it sparkeverything they do together, making it absolute fun. "MCE CREAM CATEtUW far your Party, Banquet, Gathering — Choose from a Selection of FROZEN DESSERT PARTY SPECIALS I Ice Cream Birthday Cnkej Pies — loos — Parfoils — Torfonis CARVEL 36 FLAVORS 60 VARIETIES I Corner 131 ST and WEST DIXIE HWY Ph 759-9514 5 Bay-3ee Die-Dee Diaper Service "GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST" • An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes < 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 Ross, Jamison Exchange Vows The former Judith Donti i son became the bride ol Anthonj His.on Sa ing, May 29, with Ra! • Skop officiating Cerenv v. lowed by a reception. W • the Doral Countrj Club Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs Charles A Jai 0080 sw 63rd Ct and Mr and Mrs Ralph Ross, 137 shove Dr For the wedding, the bride chose a candleli thl gown ol peau de sole styled with an empire bod Ice trimmed with wide bandof alencon lace and a deta< Iral length train The hea I dress was a mantilla of silk illusion with appliques. Honor attendants to the bride were Mrs Stephen Green and shanon Leslie Jamison th Lynn Penster, Suzanne Siegel serving as bridesmaids Best man to the bridegroom was Bruce Ross Michael Jackson. Joel KlaitS, Michael Barry Jamison and Bernard Cohen ushered A graduate of Coral Gables Senior High, new Mrs Boss attended the University of Miami, where she pledged Alpha Bpsilon Phi, and Miami Dade Junior College. Law Student's Betrothal Told To Ohio G?rl rs. Gei .urn IUI ol their i %  • June, to Gar -on of Mr and Mi L10100 Paradela, Ct ral G i i %  bride-eled graduate School i" I %  • will gra luate from Ih ,.l Miami on Tuesday Sh i B neas 11 lu< at i in e m her if Kappa K iamma S :ial Sorority Mr Rovln attended ,; gity MI Pennsylvania from the University of Mi u ,i BA degree In 1981 and uate fr< m the Univcrnt) ol M Law School this month a th l.I.B degree He ia membei Phi Epsilon Pi Social Ki .it. and Phi Alpha Delta Legal 1 nity A late summer wedding iiny planned \\ i, r • K.ilir MRS. IUKE 0SS Her major ielementar> educa tion. Mr. Boss is also a graduate Of Coral Cables High. He attended the I niversitj of Florida, where he pledged Pi Lambda Phi Fi.t entity, and will receive a Bachelor ience deuce lrom the Universitj of Miami in June. Following a honeymoon In Jamaica, the couple will .spend the sum mer in Miami and Iheu plan to live in Philadelphia, where he will attend professional school. Town Hall Forum Friday If You are Arrest el—What ar Your Rights?" will bo discu I for the Pc.iplo Speak Town Hal Forum on Friday, 8 p.m.. in W ingtOfl Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ava, Panel includeJudge Fred Barad. of Metropohtan i BiK'ky Pomerance. Chief of Pi Miami Beach; l.t Walter R I Ding, Miami Beach Police l>. meat; Herbert Heiken. attoi and member of the board direi l Florida Civil Liberties Uni< n SfetaAci \ MISS KONHIl CROSS Gross, Meltzer Plan for 1966 Mr. and Mrs Allen B. Grow, 9250 SW .v>th Tor. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Bonnie Irene, to Lewis Nathan Meltzer. The future bridegr torn is the son if Mr and Mrs David Meltzer. ML';. SW 18th Si The bride t'i !>• aduate Ol Southwest Miami High, where she received awardin social studies and citizen hip and will attend Miami Dade Junii r i ollege tins summer, she ia past president ot TauBBC, Her fiance ian alumnus ol Mi ami Senior High and Miami Da I Junior College He is presentlj mang in accounting at the University of Miami A June wedding in 1966 is plan tie I i r the couple INTERNATIONAL COIFFEURS • ROME • CARACAS • To Groom YOU to YOUR Perfection For• All the Socials this Weekend • That Beauty-Filled GRADUATION DAY • That Dav of Days-YOUR JUNE WEDDING H icjr.i i D ed b> T' % % %  I Peecocl ... \tti'..'and Egyptian Fountain! h\ Signor* \ S42 ARTHUR GODFREY R0A0 (41st ST.) Tel. 532 7630 Open Wed. and Fri. till 9 p.m. tS^Open Sundays Signora Villardi internationally known decorator FOR YOUR PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMASl PARTY TENTS COLORFUL. 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Friday. June 4. 1985 ••Jewlst fhrHlrm Paqe 9-B M/SS HUAINl HORODNEft Horodner, Clein betrothal Told •\ mi trinter wedd n | plan '" d "> ; Hi lame B mice Horodner David Joseph Cli ena emenl has been announce I bj the futun bride's parents Mr and MrHank Horodner A graduate ol Southwest Senioi High, the bride-elect belonged to Delta I'M Gamma a YMHA sorority, and United Synagogue Youth Nov attending Miami Dade Junior College, she plans lo earn a degree in education at the University of Miami Her social sororitj i.s Taw Sigma Chi Son ot Mr and Mi. Berry Clein, the prospective bridegro n j uated from Miami Senior "i h n attended Miami-Dade Junior Col lege Ho is a Sigma Rho alumni. Date of thi" nuptials is Dec 26. Temple Zion Will Install Officers ^t Late Friday Services This Weekend Installation of officers of Temple Zion will take place during late F r ida > evening sen ices this eken I the Temple Hyman R. Potash will bemn his fourth t< rm aa president oi the [regation and head j Hoard of ecton of some 5o members Other l lf..-ers to '' in~ taller! are J --• I • til r, in -t vice president: Bei rd Liebei man second v ie president; Jack Silver, third ent; Michael Slotnick, rdil • Martin Mam. f • > CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORAGE Storage Vaults on the Premises! fOf? THE VERf FINEST f-URRIER STORAGE' DIAL MIAMI $i*ZH JE 2-2474 CORAL 3*3.:5 HI 3-7416 ism AT NO IXTRA COST: • 0. tondtd rr*t erjft pick UD one a*lir*r you' •--. • Of f.f'eo* in-aiJo.' n'vica • t'f, t-ormini l| j a:*4 • Noi fr>e> >im '3 ittlyl* yonP'tcioui 'u'l • C'-CI'I el*on "7 of you" Iwt t'O'labt on f* or*mn*\l 716 LINCOLN ROAD 350 MIRACLE MILE mer. treasurer; and Henry Shapiro, financial secretary. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader, will serve as Installing officer at the ceremonies scheduled during the 8:30 p.m. service. Committee chairmen are Nat K< nsch and Seymour Drexler. ritual; lien Block, house; Sam StephBHS and Joe Rabbins, you'll; I)r i eonard Lapinschn education; Morris Marlin, legal; Robert Margolin, membership. I' h i 1 b e r I Marks, program; Max Pewliger, building; Bernard Supworth, Interment. Members at large are George Klein, Morns Levitt. Irwin Filter las, Ernest Anduh. Herbert Wein er. Dr. Harold Goldstein. Dr. James Jablon. Irwin Samuels. Morris Weiss and Donald Berkowitz. Trustees are Bernard Serkin. chairman of the board, and Sam Bader, Dr. Seymour Beiser. Will ud Bender. Sam Berger. Benja min Berkowitx. Sol Berlin. Benja •in Block. Arnold Brass. Jack Deutchman. David Dresner. Seymour Drexler, Sidney Falk. Sidney (ioMbaum, Irving Greenberg, Louis Grossman, Mel Haber Martin Hammer. Abe Kaplan, Nathan Keusch, Dr. Leonard Lapinsohn, Gerald Laub, Dr. Bernard Ueberman, Morris Marlin. David Mermelstein. Max Pawliger, Louis Phillips, Hyman Potash. Howard Preuss, David Richard. Fred Kohrich. Aanm Rosenberg, Joseph inns Irwin Samuels, Murray Semmelmacker, Bernard Serkin, Reuben serkin, Fred Soherer, Henry Shapiro, Jack Silver, Steven Simon, Michael Slotnick. Max Stein. Sam Stephans, Bernard Supworth, Jesse reitler, l>r Fred Wasserman, Sam Wenig, Judge Irving Yelen At the annual installation of officers of the Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi Women at the Starliqht Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel are (left tn riaht) Mesdames Arthur Roth, membership vice president; Donald Schraqer, fund-raising vice president; Theodore Sakowitz, president for her second term; Alfred Stone, reqional coordinator and installing officer; and Nathan Miller, chairman of the dayStanding (left to right) are Mesdames Morns Sokol, proqram vice president; Bernard Gelbert, recording secretary, Harold Zelkowitz. social secretary; Samuel Ersoff, public relations; Leo Oster. financial secretary; Max Nuhomovic. treasurer; and Miss Sara Mae Geltner, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Silverman To Conduct Meet For Beth Sholom Mrs. Seymour Silverman. of 5070 No. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, newly elected president of the Sisterhood cf Temple Beth Sholom. will hold her first board meeting at her home on Wednesday, 10 a.m.. throui'ih lunch. Mrs Silverman. a native of Chicago, came here in 1955. She has a degree in Business Administration from the L'niversity of Illinois Active in the National Coun cil cf Jewish Women. Hadassah. ORT. and ML Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Silverman has served as a vice president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and this past season a.chairman of its Festival of Arts. Mrs Silverman succeeds Mrs. Leo Levin as Sisterhood president. Committee Board Meeting Employ the Handicapped Committee Board members have a luncheon meeting June 7 at the Robin Hood Inn. Al K Horn, president, said the meeting is the regular montfhly get together to go over cut-en; business. 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Poge 14-A ?crge 10-B +Jenlsl) ntrldlar Friday. June 4. 1965 iArmincjk S ILVER anniversary Ball ol npl Bmanu-El was hei I > evening al the Diplomat Chairman 11 le event wa< lack Carner For the special oc .,-i.x\. \ii( .ii! er chose an em •raid green and white .-ilk prim gown with a nairou pleated born her matching stole. Sirs Irving Lehrman's sea-foam Muc ieau de soie had a hip-length matching jacket with a jewel-en%  rusted border Her daughter. I -. Rosalind Lehrman. was in a %  satin brocade sheath with a :1ared cut-away jacket lined in scat i the neckline Mi rris Lapidus had hei i n design) d from an Indian .: %  i combinin p u r p l e. black, met shocking pink silk, all ol i uh were ei lered with imall • Her li ace was ol •• %  >ven Id, .,ere the mdti I earrin ..Mrs k -ilk was jet-ji el-en sled : %  i n k chii: • worn • Mrs Ji eph A } j< eled e v ith a • i *kir Mr* J %  wl RS. Sam %  featured Luby's white silk a border print ol red i • pp>< i. and her chiffon stole was m the deep poppy color. Black velvet empire bodtee, white brocaded skirt, and a touch ol fringed pink at the waist was Mrs Barbara Wynn's choice for the evening. Mrs Reuben Levin chose a turquoise-colored dynas tv -ilk b roc a d e Witt ~' towel neckline A G o > a rei a with b i i the decollete neckline n bs Mrs M turice Fur ,\li ][ o a r d Hall i I ,:; feature I | brocade in no the V ni ckline the iront of her g n, and als i trimming her floor-length \ turquoise silk shar Thail ind w as worn bj Mi Mey er B Markf Silver i %  beads trimmed ie illForresl chose ice pink silk crepe with a satin empire waistline and cowled I ack Porce lain blue with a butterflj pal terned in cade w as leen on Mrs nger Shocking pink satin wit h a Jeweled bodice was worn bs Mrs Aaron Fair Mrs Harrj Levj looked lovely in her powder blue chiffon gown. Her ii or leng i c a p e was Jew< led across the throat line and cut i rystals created a fringe trim on her bodice cade '• is w ot n by Ma. \ Smith Her | lied in in t h i -kn I .. ii. ollete b lice, and i %  • i cut-: ay-styli ileeve jacket Shocking pink matlesse ted by Mrs Bea trice KinThe gown and match ng lull length coaehraan c i I were worn when she attended President Johnson's Inaugural •..in Mrs Bckward Melniefcer's .'. ite silk crepe gown featured %  hinestone sprinkled Bavarian lace over a nude illusion bodice White silk organza, with embroidered red carnations -cattered tver hei gown and stole was A urn bj Dr Edna Lavitt Max Boderman was in a .vhite peau de soie gown wit'i chiffon panniers to the floor. Hei lighter, Miss Florence Boder in, clmse an American Beaut} l: se gi n with a satin empki waist, chiffon skirt, and chiffon tunce down the hack Anqther iter, Miss Barbara Boder man, was in ice blue chiffon with white silver and '.due jewels on her empire bodice Mrlack Falk's embossed imported print had multi colored spring flowertopped with an avocado I een chiffon stole she bought the gown on her recent trip to Israel Ou'standing was the gold en semb l e worn b; Mrs Maurice Prager \iw satin sheath gown under a cat of net on which i ere embroidered g <\6 and silver leave'i bug Ii beads M: tliKon Smith chose a pink satin n with purple [locked flowers, l a matching waist-length jacket Oversized hand-painted red were teal 11 ed On the -kirl lira Mai ice w. ills'white i. m own Dr. Irving Lehrman (left) congratulates two students ol the Temple Emanu-El Religious School on the special awards mey received at the community graduation sponsored by the Bu reau of Jewish Education on May 20 at Beth David. Shown with Rabbi Lehrman are Alex, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zehck Gimelstein. who won the Jewish Educators Council prize, and Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mizrahi. who received the Jacob and Adele Kaplan Rabbinical Award. The ceremonies culminated six years of study. Other graduates of the EmanuEl Religious School are Teresa, daughter of Mr. nod Mrv Joseph Bachus Marti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris Aviel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Malki; Mindv dauahter ot Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick; Bemard, son ^f Mr. and Mrs Aaron Nusbaum: Norman sen of Dr. and Mts. Paul Plotkin, and Frederic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weitz. Emanu-El Sets Confirmation MRS. MURRAY KAYE 'Sister of the Yr' Temple Or Olom Sisterhood Picks Mrs. Kaye as "Sister of the Year* Traditional confirmation services ill be held at Tempi Rn Bnu '•"' Sunda) fn -i daj of Shavuoth, at 10 30 a m Dr lr i I v ill greel the confirman Is at the altai %  .iniandwill particip a presentation .•untied "The Jew [ah Year Mi— Tamar Brenner .1965 class president, and class valedictorians are Marlei e Kro vets and Mind) Mitnick i '..i, in ninnri* i %  V,: i, i Mi ii. • i.. • %  i .. %  n %  %  [ Ml I' I %  I %  Mi HI. I Mi. Paul i Tumui iluuKht< i irf Ml ii I Mr Sum Iti-i i .-. • ., Hi i Khiei l Mi \l Mi, %  N i .. ki I. II. n Ruth. u1.1. i .a M ami Mr I • i %  i I; ; .-l. h ; .1 ,. .( .. I Hi .1.. Uxlltl i ill M %  i ..•, %  i:i..11.I.ei.l.i I'llHia m Mi .o a Mi JHI K I-"I II.-I.. • Ann, ilmighl. i M i il M itm I i '. Mi. Ml ami Mi UM i ) Ii .,-...,.,' Mi .. iii MiI:. K ; III I.IIH '•...( Ml II. i v • i' \ in \\ Kail Mli I 1 Mr 1 II %  '. %  ... Mm \. i Ml • ,,i Mr* I • %  • !'."'••• Ii \i iin %  \lr> i.l Mi linn Ituhln M i duiurhirr "i Mi \ i' i • %  I • %  I ) \: I %  vi 11 ..i Mi ,i ud Mn %  I.I s .', \l \1 i SI.III. \ SHIM. I, M• -II %  M liulii %  %  ilii. %  %  Mr* I : %  i\ Sikol I %  ,.| M • ... MiMIl • < Ml I \\ M HI i. MT i u. man Luncheon will be held at the Rontainebleau Hotel following the confirmation sen ice Ti mpib i>i" OlOfll Sisterhood has chosen Mrs Murray Kaye BS ter Of the Veai" for IMS 1966 The award is made annually to the member who. in the opinion ot a committee this year headed hv MrHubert Parent, hamade an outstanding contribution to the Temple and Sisterhood Mrs Kaye received her plaque at Hi. Sisterhood donoi luncheon held recentlj at the Deauville Hold Mrs Kaye was born In Brooklyn, N Y and attended New Utrecht Huh School there While living in New York, she was active in the Benjamin N. Cardoza Rebekah Lodge "f the United Odd-Fellows Of America She held the posili.ni ol noble grand (president). She and her family arrived in Miami in 19.S5. and became ai live at Temple Or Olom in 1950 During these year-, she waa presi dent ol Ihe Si-terhooi 1962 1963 and corresponding secretary and financial secretary ol the Temple, She ipresently a member of the tcrbood's Board ol Directors in charge of the Combined Cam paign for the Torata Fond and Re licence Hall of the Jewish Theolo gical Seminary she ialso corro-i m1111 secretary for the Florida Branch. National Women's League el the tinted Synagogue of America, and the originator of the "Tree ol Life*' project for Temple Or olom Mrs Kaye is the mother ol three -on.-. David. Joel and Edward, and grandmother ol two, Rust) and Steven. Her liu-l-an Murray, is financial secretsI") of the Brotherhood € Ihe finr-l in furnilurc and home furnishings are on display in our inainti. ml faitors showroom jjallrrirs. fTmaha—a through decorators, dealers and builders. VISITORS \m WELCOME • 30 TO S THE WM. & 7vnner ^ FURNITURE CORP. 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ky. June 4. 1965 t*\sl*.t IhrHlrtr Page 11 -E iple Or Olom Graduation Held BI p I p o r o I o m 'i e l 'i Ijiiian ceremonies for its fcur r arten classes on Tturrsda) n :. 7 p in ;il the Temple. i classes are conducted by the Humes Alfred Feinglass, Na%  siditch. Abner Solomon, and ettj Traurig, assisted by Mrs H Edelman Hr of the c (i ng re ga 11 o n, tied tile "graduati n diplomas," assisted bj Mrs Saul Pen ck. sen director. Music tvas i> r o v i d e d by Mrs. SnI Colsky, rhythm teacher for the •-< hool. The entire kindergarten staff ond school participated in an end of-the-year p icn i c Tuesdaj at Matheson Hammock This marks the i lose ol sen ol activities al fern pie Or Olom. Hi Class to be Confirmed at Shavuoth rvices in Temple Israel This Sunday ifrrmation services ;d T ampU pi of Greater Minim will take on Shavuoth morning, Sun 10 am ie 89th class of Greater nil"-; second oldest synagogue take part in an original sen en ated by Dr Joseph l> t. with the 7") confirmands ling .i portion ol the prayet rice dedicated to the theme b i .im ,i .i, ix of the confirmands will be rcding on the same pulpit re their parents stood a gen^tion ago, pledging themselves the faith and hope of Is to continue the work bebefore us, and to inspire se who will follow." [assmates Walter Lavigne and Lewis (Shirley Stein Gor will see daughters, shells and ii. confirmed. Cath) Ellen and ri l >nn are the daughters of Donald (Carolyn Guthmann) mack ami Laurence Levenson Itlns year's class Prank and lac I Alan are the sons ol Mrs (New ni.in i Gladstone and :ademy Will Graduate 29 lext Wednesday trhe 141 h annual graduation •n. >II v of the iii'iu evi Academy Gr ater Miami will be held K m in the school auditorium, on dnesday Ihe Vcademy will have 29 stu ntin eaii and gov n for the ex Ci-i-. largest graduating class |the 18-year histor) ol the school "More than half of the qrad•ting class," stated Academy rincipal. Rabbi Alexander S. fross, "have attended the Hebw Academy since first grade." The Academv now has an enroll knt of more than 425 students Receiving scholastic awards .. bo the class valedictorian and littatorian. to be named at the Veniony Rahhi Cross will pre HI special awards to top stu lilts IKahhi Morris L Horovit/. as %  tant principal, will present dtp hias to the graduating class klia Merwitzcr. presirlenl of the fcademy. will accept the class Jft on behalf of the school. |other awards to be presented the graduation are The Jewish lornlian award for Journalism, %  dot Tovot (alumni character hrd) North Shore Optimist rard for scholarship, American %  gion award for scholarship and Drtsmanship, and the Mas Sil Irberg award tor sportsmanship Also, Sidney Appel Memorial r character to an eighth-grade Student, Miami Beach Elks %  ward, to two sixth-grade students for the best essays on T'What Democracy Means to ne," Jewish War Veterans • ward for the best essay on "My Twofold Heritage—Americanism ind Judaism," by Miami Beach |Post 330. Greetings will be given by the lebrew Academy Women, Parent readier Association and the Mi n • Organisation More than 600 persons are e\ i-id to attend the LTHduation Uch will include Hebrew and English musical selections b) 'he Hebrew Academv choir conducted Mrs. Miriam Don net. school kiusic director. Mis Theodore iNiirmn Simpson) Perry, respectively Almost hall the class have Bone through the full ten years from kindergarten to confirmation, and many will continue on to the three year High School Department. Temple Israel confirmands an Steven Alperstein, Cathy Barmack, Ellen Barocas, Susan Benia in i n. Boi ii. l i inson, Gai > Marnull s. Da nil I Mar. uiis. Pati ic a Marks, Linda Miller, Stephi n N i vack. Bru.e N'ovcll, Hermine Pas ternack, Michael Perry, Bonnie l'latt Susan Pritikin, Ellen Rat* Janice Rauzin, Nanc.v Bishof, Ai Bonnie Brier, Sony a B stein, Julie Catsman, Jonathan Cohen. Helens Diamond PrisciUa Falke, Nancy Peldman, Bruce Fine, Alan Fried. Judith I'] iedman, Linda Ful I, V'icki Gardner, Samuel Ginsburg. Frank Gladstone, Paul Gol Iberg. Richard 0 >l Iberg. Leonard Goldin, John Goldstein Lynn Gorflne, Jon Gra ham. Amj Greenfield, Russell Hoffman, Cynthia Jackson, Mind) Joseph, Daniel Kiprns. Linda Kline. Nancy Klinkenstein. Ricki Knobloch. Shelly Lavigne, Wayne I.en cer, Howard l.ciner. Shari l.evin son Barbara l.evin. Jerry l.evin. Stephen Reizner, Adrienne Huh. Daniel Robbin, Harrj Rose, Karen Rosendorf, Roberta Samet, Maria Schutzman, Herbert Solomon. Rosalind Spector, Ronald stern. Brian Sulnick. Jane Sutnick. Mel anie Turchin, Marlene Wax, Jean ne Weinkle, Eliot Weitzman. .fill Weitzner, Jeffrej Werner. Michael White, Andrea Uilleils and Ken lletll Uvnn. Temple Sinai Will Confirm Students Here Saturday services conducted by Italilu Daniel Lowy at Temple Sinai will include confirmation exerciseGraduating confirmands are Michael, son Ol Mr and Mrs George Barr; Charles, son ol Mr and Mrs. Alberto Ranocas; Don. son of Mr anil Mrs Saul I'.ercuson. ItO'.'er son of Mr. and Mrs Julian Brown I.arry. son ol Miami Mrs Murray DetltSCh: Mama daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard Flicker Ira -on ol Mr and Mrs Harold l.iehcrman. William, son of Mrs. Marian Marnier; Howard, son of Mr and Mrs Robert PopOWitz; Steven, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Rosenthal; Diane daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Sol Schwartz Jill, daughter of Mr and Mrs Aaron Sherrln; Ricky Wells son "i Dr. and Mrs George Jacobson; Alan, son ol Mr and Mrs llvman Wiener Cantor Chet Gate, the choir and Hy Fried will offer the musicai portions oi the services A reception in honor of the con flrmands will follow the exercises Rabbi Landau Takes Up Pulpit Kahhi Sol l.anrtau. new spiritual leader of Beth David Congreg* tion, arrived m Miami Tuesday ot ficially to take tip the duties of Ills new pulpit Rabbi Landau will officiate at Sabbath and Shavuoth services this weekend. Mrs landau and their children will (MM 10 Miami from Clev e land. O. later in the month to take up residence here perman cn'.lv Top row (left to right) are David Mishkin, Scott Mesh, Susan Perlman. Mrs. Alfred Feinqlass, Eileen Levin. Lisa Graff, Gale Papkoff. Center (left to richti are Wayne Horowitz. Barry Brant, Charles Bloom, Lois Gold, Edward Bernard, Barbara Sheldon, Linda Keyes. Bottom (left to right 1 are Susan Steinberg, Sherri Cicero, Hol!\ Block, Lauri Goldman, Marjorie Bloom, Jill Potash, Gregg Wasserman, Robert Colsky Lynn Goldswcrth. Top row are Andy Gohen, Larry Gittleman, Caren Singer, Mrs. Nathan Selditch, Scott Caplan, Corey Lewis, Steven Lewis. Center aro Steven Dunn. Stacy Shultz, Brenda Binkler, Ellen Friedman, Cindy Greenstein, Marcy Horowitz, David Lubin. Botom are Scott Ven gel, Marcia Sussman, S'.acey Mcrmurek Bon nie Pincus, Lori Weissman. Mim: Enerield Elisa Berman, Ronnie Harrison. Top are Ricky Susman. Steven Ettinger, Mrs. Betty Traurig. Mark Shifke. David Aranow, Maxmichael April. Center are Sandra Goldmark, Nancy Ro^en, Sharon Fried, Judy Steinbeig, Jody Levy, Ruth Brown, Arlent Jacobs, Adrianne Fiiesner. Bottom are Joseph Levenson, Robin Baron, Aaron Miller, Terri Ann Seiderman, Polly Golden, Teddy Silverman, Shelly Mayer, Jay Frouq. £>.* F Top are Warren Freed, Lori Goodman, Mrs. Brown. Robin Geyer. Bottom are Cathy FuAbner Solomon, Joanne Davis, Karen Kuperternick. Sandra Lefkowitz, Carol Kingsberg, berg, William Hutt, Terry Silbert, George Carol Lazarus. Michael Davis, Mark Bochner. Levison, Laun Jacobson, Russell Wadler, Peter Jacqueline Cullen and Rita Zigelsky.



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rn< Page 12-B *JmM HcrMlnr Friday, June 4. 1965 I = Pallot to Report On B'nai BVith Newly-elected vice presMent of The program is being arram the Supn i I toe of B'nai B'rith. by Milton Hahn, pros,. E Vlben Pallot, will report on Mel Haber. program chaii the triennial International convenSholom l, •ion of the B'nai B'rith al Temple Zamora on Tuesday night. Held In Israel last week, the International convention evaluated the 11 ajor program of the B'nai B'rith, including the expansion of youth services, the work of the Aim Defan ation I • ague, and Jewish education. A past president of Sholem here, Pallot will survey the accomplishments of the convention, which drew delegates from all over the world. New Eiks Unit For North Dade Third meeting to orga iz< new Nor l h Dade Lodge ol evolent and Protective i of Elks %  : lasl v> •>•; ai John i' Ki nnedy .' School Lodge will apply for uivn the membership, lx lb Robert King High Towers Apartments resiHousing Authority slated to open Sunday, dents stamp invitations to an art exhibit sponMrs. Stuart Gordon (standing) organized the sored by Arts Council, Inc.. and the Miami project. Art Exhibit Going On View at High Towers Sunday The works of some 200 Dade and the Miami Housing Authority. Robert Kin>: High Towers, the County artists will be shown at opens with a preview reception artists will sell any painting purthe Robert King High Towers at 6 p.m.. Sunday with hours from chased as a gift for the Miami and bs l< mil reaches 100 Other members of the Miami porary chairman. Larry Prii community expected to attend the announces thai Ihere are no 7 June 8 meeting, and who also atapplication: for membership tended the triennial include Judge 100 minimum should be full ) Milton A Friedman and Sam Nieat the nexl meeting or '•' from 8 to 9 p m Both Pallot and Friedman arc Committees formed a e n past presidents of District 5 Grand bership. house, entertainn Lodge Nieberg is president-elect charter, coalition, ritual ami nomof District 5 and will be installed (nation Thej will give reports .,t apresident at the Grand Lodge Monday meeting Martin Grubei convention on June 24 at the Eden has accepted the double dun ..1 Roc Hotel. the secretary and treasurer Auditorium. 1407 N'W 7th St. The exhibit will be on view June 6 to 20. The exhibit, sponsored by Arts Council. Inc. of Coconut Grove 10 a.m. to p.m. Klein Appointed Criminal Court Judge Here Edward S Klein has been commissioned as Judge of the Criminal Court of Record. Announcement of the commission was made in Tallahassee by State Secretary' Tom Adams. Klein, of 1900 SW 59th Ave., was an assistant state attorney in the office of Richard Gerstein. In March, 1963. he was appointed legal attache to the Dade County Senate delegate in Tallahassee. Klein is a former president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami He Is a member of the National District Attorneys' \sociation, Florida Prosecutors' Association and a member of the Board of Directors oi the Young Democratic Club ol Dade County Monday Housing Authority complex at 50 through Friday, until the closing percent off list price. If bought % date for personal use. the painting will \ By way of contribution to the sell for the li>t price, according to % Mrs Stuart Gordon, chairman of \ the exhibit. CAMP AVIR The show is the first in a series ol varied art exhibits planned at the Robert King High Towers, according to Martin Fine, chairman of the Miami Housing Authority Some 8(Mi persons from Housing and Urban Renewal agencies from ID southeastern states will tour the T u.i.s and special auditorium exhibit in June, said Haley Sofge, Miami Housing Authority executive director BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION UNDER THE BIG TOP IS LAUNCHID fOK ITS 8th VIA* GARY CANNER CAMP DIRECTOR REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING JUNE 14th to AUGUST 6th Transportation Available • tea" Crass Swimming Proarom BOWLING, TENNIS, ARTS & CRAFTS FOR INFORMATION CALl 751-7578 P BETH AM SUMMER PROGRAM"! I PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE AGE LEVEL OF YOUR CHILD • j Half-day sessions children 3 & 4 Full-day sessions children S to 12 Men's ORT Hears Beach Surgeon i i JUNE 14AUGUST 6 Short Period Registrations Accepted Dance t Drama -Swimming BowlingSko1inq-Horfbaclc Ridina staffed by qualified teachers and mature counselors Specialists with years of experence Phone 666-2536 TEMPLE BETH AM EDWARD S. KIEIN Beth David USY Lists Officers •h David announces the new mie Schiff, second vice president; ers • its USY chap Robin Lundy, third vice president; ter fc r the year 1365-66 Cheryl Ram, recording secretary; N -. Feldman, president; Judl Rit corre-poi secreSchiff, :'ir-.t vice president. Jimtary; David si ne, tri u TCT Men's ORT heard l)r Rudolph | F. Drosd, Miami Reach surgeon, i federal ^.SfiffXE j 5950 N. KENDALL DR. (S.W^th Street, MIAMI, FLORIDA last Thursday ""* ~ — — — — — — — Dr Drosd of fe r e d %  report on his visit to the hospital ship "Hope," "locked off the shores of Peru, s A 1!-' spent five weeks attending the sick and perforn • m erj slides o| the u • re show n. Dr. Everetl Shockct, Dr. Drosd's associate, has left for the "Hope," now in Africa On his return, he v. ill bring new films IWOCALA lllh Year IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL 0CALA NATIONAL FOREST Daily Water Skiing and Honabock Riding. JUNE 28 — AUG. 22 GOII. TeeeJl Pro', phyucal Uf a progrom. d|Oinint Camps tor cultural activitiai. Ira* Tutoring — Friday ••r*.? dC,ri Sabbath Service. vVv\nA*A-VSA l \Av^V>A^rV" Registrations Now Being Accepted Temple Emanu-El DAY CAMP NOW IN ITS EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR June 14 to August 6 Alexander's Guest House 331 First Ave. W. HENDERS'-'iviLlE. N. CAROLINA American Plan-Str'ctfv Kosher P'pnnp'J Act.vitirs Local Ph. JE 1-0957 y^r>r^^r\>VSrVvVAnAr >* A>>^rVM WKITI: 14SI N. BAYSH0RE DRIVE, MIAMI. OR rHONI FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 Directors Founders Theodore R. Struhl. M.D Frankie and Ben Miller Major Leonard Wollman Robert Wollman '.lUilHil'.VI'HI Under the Personal Guidance ol Off. IRVING IF HUMAN and Direction of MftrOM Ff.NSTfiN History Instructor Miami Beach Senior High School FREE BUS SERVICE REGISTRATION LIMITED FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2593 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ATHLETICS and SWIMMING SYNAGOGUE CENTERED FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS DRAMATICS-SINGING and DANC'NG V/EEKLY SABBATH SERVICE -? CAMP HIGHLANDER OR BOYS AND GIRLS 7 TO 14 HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA "HIGHEST CAMP EASTERN AMERICA" English & Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call: Ft. lauderdale, 5243653, 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.I. 62nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida <



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Friday. June 4, 1965 ••Jewlst fhrMlari Page 13-B a/* ed I IBar Mitzva on moi us.. Ma) %  • ii mple ihc seventh Roi way Junior High, the celebrant ia -i II enl in the District Chapter <>f the Nati I Piano rt^achets Pan nts ol ih i ah arc Mr and Mrs imuel.-v Alan Pavsner i!n Sal lun %  5, at Tcmr.lr Zion, \ i >l Mi and MrDai id Pa u ill be Bar Mir/ Alan, .i itu lent at Gladi s Junioi Mil. ex cells in rl > inter* sted in : i • • • i studies • % % % %  nfirma tion i la -ifereth Ssrael lonffrrnatien Set ..'!• %  • Ii : %  'iila;.. :ii 111 the So, ,: .1' .i I • Gail < i"M:.rt' Sa,., Ian Qiu i %  Herman, Jaj [fshin, Jcffrej sh and .li'l Prii tabbi Henry B. W'ernick will hch the program with the in ption, followed bj the salute lie flag, a floral offering and noth service. ich confirmand will give a I recitation, and Samuel Cirwho is being honored b\ the confirmation class, will prcBiblec and gifts fth Am Names >ard of Trustees [mple Beth Am Board of ttees, serving for two years, %  David Light, Joshua J. Segal, man Feldman. Joseph Solo\ George Light, Dr Irwin PerlJar, Milton Russinof, Norman it :id Ja) I Kislak kisteei for one year arc Jack In, A. Budd Cutler. Harold lerantz, Barney Bernstein, lam I'allot, Prol Iv Bid FOX K Gunther, Phil Revitx and aim


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I-'cige 14-B "Jcnis* fhwicfiar Friday, June 4. 1965 Closinq exeicises of the Temple Zion Kindergarten will be held at 10 a.m., Friday. Futur-3 public school first-graders are Frank Abrams, David Barnhill, Jonathan Berk, Susan Burger, Marcia Calish, Barry Chazen, Deana Erstling, Michelle Fisch, Laurence Foge!, Audrey Freund. Beth Freund, Sheri Goldberg, Laura Gross, Danny Heiman, Phillip Herman. Gilbert Isgar. Phillip Jacobson. Eileen Kleinberg, Shari Kushnei, Larry Levitt, Robin Marks, David Milqrom, Shelley Myers, Ronnie Pasternak, Cindy Postel, Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Loii Safer, Marc Salzman, Dan'el Schwartz, Erie Schwartz, June Seidel. Lcri Stein, Brad Symcns, Barbara Wernick, Marlene Wiitshafter, and Neal Wolf. The exercises will include sketches and plays presented by the children of Miss Josephine Send, principal, and the kindergarten staff. The school is under the supervision of the spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion Confirmation Set Special award for outstanding group services was awarded :o Mrs. Sol Goldworn, financial secietary in Morton Towers 3roup cf Hadassah, at an installation luncheon at the Seville Hotel last week. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of the group :cr the second year, is shown presenting the plague, with Mrs. Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter president, looking on. Mrs. Samuel Goldberg was chairman of the day, and Mrs. Jacob D. Dav.i was director oi program. Annual confirmal m c n monj >>f i! %  rcmple / Rel bus Scl \ ill be held Sundaj B p.m., the sci ond evening ol SI students w ill be confirmed: Ruth Allen, San Ira H P:anh > Bravi rman, Ronald Friedman Linda F 11 est, El) se Hi %  ei I>. i Kandel, William Kaplan, Michi I Lebai \ allie Mell, Gli nn Me>< rs Eel war I Miller, Judith Newman, tin N'oretsk) Karen I'arne-Potash, Kenneth Salzman. .1 < 1111-> Simon, Barbara Stephans ami Barbara Yagman, Students iil conduct the eve n ng services and include the spe cial confirmation services com •osed for lh occasion Theme foi Mandolin Orchestra Heard Greater Miami Mandolin or. hetra. composed oi 50 retired musi cians, gave a c <> n c e r t ai the J< i-h Home for the Aged on Wednesda] evening at 7 p.m Th-orchestra iunder the leadership oi Louia Poweeky Ben Didoman is president The concert wjheld in the pain, ol the Home. the w i 11 be I pnts ( onfirmat Rabbi Alfred V piritual %  il ["en %  thennj peak on "An r Beginning !>;:• imas • Is will be presented bj Hyman R Potash, president ol thi i oi Mrs S idney G president the Sist 1; i Kaplan, presi lent >l the Men's riub Space Engineer To Speak Here ? Mr and Mrs Ronald i> | ill be in Miami for a ginning June l for the gra luation id Mrs l. niies brother, William skin-, from the Universitj ol Miami on iuesdaj While m Miami, Ferdie, a spare vehicle engineer working for the Brown Engineering Co., under contract for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Iluntsville. Ala will appeal mi radio, television and lecture to the public Ferdie will be on the Molly Tinner Television Slum over Ch. 10, at a m Wednesdaj At noon, the same day Ferdie will appear on radio station WKAT to discuss • Is There Life on other WbsMsei' %  s p in he will lecture at the Mam Branch ol the Miami PubUc l iiii.ii> on Man's Exporation ol T Worlds." which Is opei the public. ,. • enine, June 10 aV 8 p.m.. I lervn d i • Hendrik .1 Bei ns on radio st i tion w MT-M on Man < onq ist ni i >tii. W oi B'nai B'rith Social Singles i B'rith Social Singles \s ;p soring a dance on Saturday '. p III at the Barcelona Hotel :** IO-IIAV nil isi 2nd c Itli Tueedtn Karli Month ^ ear Hound TO THE BAHAMAS U.S. i ,,.II i.n.ir.l Approvrd + Full Dirtrl Potter and Sail* -Tin: nn in:informal luiufort lo island linl.'.iu .i\ and iM ilin.' Bahama* r<-orl renlrr* 1'IIOM 523-70fM> Ask Your Travel Aqent — or Contact Castaway Cruises • CHEVRON MARINA IKI S.S. 17Ml StTMl Cmttwlv. Fort Liu0rdl Mrs. Goldstrich Will Attend SDT Conference Mrs Emanuel (Belle Gold iti mal alumnae chairn nil the national 01 mil eetin of Sigma Delta I a S iror -ft for June 21 to 23 at Gros : Hotel in Liberty \ Y From June 25 to 27. the meet will h.Joined by presidents ol the 44 collegiate chapters across the I'mied States and Canada This Presidents' Conference will i isa the theme. "Collegiate oilMrs Goldstrich is a graduate of Univerait) ol clue.,... and dgee Sigma Delia Tau at the 1 nivereity ol Illinois. r Gulfstream Now Open to Tourists Gulfstream ''.nk reopened last '.. resi-me its role as me il %  ading year-arotind touri attractions Although Gulfstream's horse acii % %  .. eting fro n \l. ough Apr 23 the track y< lays host to thousands of of! %  : litors Admission ifree, and children i admitted when accompanied y an adult The i ra c k is opt i om 10 a.in. to 4 p.m. s u m m e r isitora ,,i, directe l ugh the track via an eaaj to : IUOU self guided tour In addition to Gulf stream's bea%  uliilh lamUapt-u aim,...... ()llu ., erne oi Interest laahide the tamed Garden of champions that bouses the pictures, h r-. -hoes and ra. Ing records of the g re ate of yes teryear at the track, the Bngliah i asking ring Mirrouoded by rails io the colors of the silks of the MM) famous racing stahles; and bating! of all previous Florida ri)\ winners and thenJockeys. 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rn< day, June 4. 1965 ***/<# fhwHlar LEGAL NOTICE Paqe J5-: LEGAL NOTICE 4 ^ I >• teg a luncheon hosted in their honor at and Mike Belkin. University of Miami tennis u Beach are two of the seven Greater ace. Miami Beach. Standing are (from left) a athletes selected to represent the AmerMichael Morse. Maccabiah riile-shootinq lewish community in Israel's Maccabiah chairman; Samuel Sloan, executive director K ," eX i. U ?^ X l< S ^ 1e ^ are Le€ Ches Miami Beach M ayor Melvin J. Richard; and (left). Coral Gables High swimming star, Ed Lassman. boxing chairman. „ „ LEGAL NOTICE Kellner Passes LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i .i %  i .i_ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ms received this week that ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF braham Kellner died miFLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE y in St Louis on May 6 COUNT N y 0 MC C 5W6 NCERV f 56 Rabbi Kellner MAKi'.l'KRITK it. SANI>H v DA VII I KANI>8, I i. •. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T I \ V l> SAN I iS Von, I tnvId SamlH, nn net i hi %  % % %  h.,i .i H %  IWl 1I 'I • • -1 %  r 1 I v ., ,,|,j of i ,,111 Inawer or 11( adtna ti I,:.I tii "ti HI. I'l.'.uiti"'attnrney, Ktanle) R Uoodman, 1688 Hcupi a pulpit here ktor a .1 author, Rabbi %  nderwenl surgery ii days Lh i passing away. Jl N \ • r i i I ".Hi I'.i J, sin rlvnra m. ludi I in ii .I.inch:, i M —mmi mm, I 'ax 'il K,,llih, r, 11.. : %  \ Kun tih i .i'il hndehlldi, n IMII (Mrs. \ .iiiii, n. I") HI In.i .i I,.! I '.t in ninan .1 udtth and M k'hael IMI %  K..II, I XX. is .1 1. Midi III | |,,i**r 16 >e,.t *. formi rl) ol N V II,,in, Hi. i. In Jew-lab 1'iimmunlt) i'.nIi tli, x founded s,i \ !. pa %  aide, June -. wiili i nils plul in Mi txk) lainllx plot .it Ml I "in, T;'. ,'f l"l U .i-li %  I I VI., n M Blank itlta, S3, of S9T I Ra) 1i >' ni' %  > in NH Y.-rk I 'I. '.'•. ••! ••'.". I '"11111%  |AN. Kll, ;n, ,,r ,•.', i: -•! • i .i Ma) SK • ; %  i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66465. B IN RK I'-' '• "•' iNiRorm K'TI.IK I %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 %  %  • iind VII I-. %  -..i II in--' 'l.iinnr I • %  \.. -• SII •! •, • %  II. .i i i IWi.l|r i-;..-.; ill I lut< •' I >.i,l. fount' I I I %  I .;. Ill I i ,. %  1 P lh< -nil II .III' III 'Idi .i • % % %  rlclH N.W % %  >i • %  Miami' Kli.'ii'li 'ni.l ?' '" ''" :;r"..;;;"";...' : •; l ; l ;i"r,n"; ,; ";""' %  % % % %  >• --• ••%  • %  r;;::',;;;;'.r 1 ; •.::;;;„:;:';"" ^v"^' 8 Further i.. advlaed that Plaintiff pip... „„, ,, ,,,',," J TV Malm* .mi mi., and all Intoreat, ., .,, .' T, i„" .' „. %  in. followln,, dem-rlbed property: ARNol-I.FBv' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KuTlt'K IS HKRKI • :. ilt-slrlnK In PI I %  • lilt ,r I, Miami. I Id i 'ircuil i '.,iii i '' intx. I |,i Ida I: VMKRU'AN I'll.MMI Nil "ATll INS IN' llj Id -• r I Mlliar • IRVINii %  \ I'l-.N I. \-.\ iKKIt'KS %  :'. I"I.IIIIII In, II Klorlda l %  :'', NOTICE BY PURLICATiriN IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 65C 5915 11 >A N MINK. I'lalni 1Wll.l I \ \| i • MINK". I >< I. ml., Hi SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn \\ il.l.; IMI' MINK Ri -n|. ii, I'nh down ^•• %  I, Wll I.I ,\l ," MINK H %  I .i BUI i |.|v.ri Ii.,. i %  file, v.. II. .i".| you • • i| i %  d %  II %  •!•> if '. nur \n-u. "i l' I'll I... in ..II l h. I'In III! .-"I" VNI.KY I: Mill M A _'i.-N \\ ,..'.|,| S'i. • V .i • h, • -I-.'IT ur I'l. iidinx in [hi i ol 'I, ik i>i i h. r> i i I July, IMC'I II 1 "|| i.i I i" .1 Judgmi .i ill \> ill Ii, i.ili. n •. di i-il in Hi. I .in %  Till* ii-; Ii -h.ill I,.pulill hi .ii, h i-ik I • Hvi n THK l KWISH II.' 'I'.ll >l ,\.\ i 'Ni: \ N i. i ,I:I II:KI:I ,i \i .,,,,, Ida. iiu~ 27th da> of Ma \ I • il K II I.i: A TIIKIt.MAN. • 'i%  • I" 'I lade I'ouni %  >• .i 11 I ij Mai KIII litl '• run 'liik \ N I.I: y i: lit.I.I.MAN -' %  -N \\ .. -.'! Hi %  I %  :.. • .\ : .i IMI %  i :J^ I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Ch.incery No. 65C 52'0 •in i Mill i 'liDi .-1 ii • %  i I'ARi ''. : N N N I \ N. ,\\ rr/ %  i ; \v i in 11.. .'.!•• •'..iiu, K Id Into Hi.Honoial %  M'.i.N ..i I hi El %  I'll • n : I..I ',,. • III ill. Couni I In ,., at lock A. M ila\ ..I i ... Hi. i. % %  .. %  i : "i'l. irlnfi li. • %  iiam. I'ARdl. I.V.NS JAN( •WIT/, to CAROL I.VN.N i:i'S I'l.'N. b> nil I, ii.iii. Khali iii known I '.i '• .1 III Mi. in il. I'l..: Ida, %  In) "i Ma\. \ l' I'ARl 'I. I.VNN J \NII\\ IT / I'I tltioner Sl"ll'i\l'i:i.|. ,v I'KI.MMAN \ • '.., nej > K M \.\ \l \ V 11. 1 %  -v • • %  NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU'K IHKRBRY filVKN I di -i: •.. ,l dpairltia %  %  v. ii •..:: \NI:I:, %  iii' I tSaldea, I wll '".' %  :, I'nun of 1 '."I. r'li.l Ida i' M'i. r \i.v< II.OTI, %  til AY. VIIETH I' i I.Yi H.. o II. i-. I'.i. /.ii-r .. i;, -1. •. u i'l.,-.1, si Mi.in. I Ida -, : ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKRICKY QIVKN 111 i hi mill, : %  IK ii. InK to PI Kl .lay ( MIIV \ w ; v Ulan '' d with I he • 'lerk I hi ri-ull i'nun ill I 'ml. h Ii i .I.i SIX -1 • s \ i: i • 11.. %  \. \ i' Sill er ASib. r \ '. %  -:...%  \ .i nt \ in%  '• -I .-il, SI TIN, r.i nil :••.. % %  ( i.'si l\ dli I M Mi. Il %  S S |R %  M I I* %  • • -\', I M i < AMKNI.K1. i'l.AT '"y TM.lV ?S7S^ l SmS6 TKl'.NTH iU) addition to Hialeah, "' R K "' "idins '" the Pla-I thereof, an PI %  "i-.i.-.i in Plat Book SO, ni Pane 17, ..f Hi. pu of |i.,.i,. County, KI.-I i.i.i \ K (42 i:.i-t M Si'., i. Hialeah, Florida I ,il be puli i ,i it-It for four .II-.-. n i\. HI ,n mi-: ,II:\\ ISII H-I.ORIIH W i" INK \NH i .i:i'i:iti:ii at M I'l-" i.l.i. I In:',i.| iiu) ..( .1 urn\ I % %  i: i: I.I: VTIIKR.M W %  '' four!. htiirlila %  %  %  v I'll ''k •: i ;i %  • a d \i .. .i %  IN THE C RCL'ir COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN, A-.D FOR DAuE COL NTV IN CHANCI No 65C 36?7 •in: -\\i\'.INK .Mil:;: NOT CE OF SUIT Mill A I : lilt Vl • > N. %  1 I N .. 1 luted ii i In the (In of Hi. I: w nili Judicial l ii., i.i.. In .ui.l for l lad, It. i :• |ode Book fo on Sale net Department is ISSU pbticaUon which n exhe a best seller for all ten (if the mail. Post rneral Jiain A (Jronouski trus week, according to Dude founty, Florida, lofcethei ft B \t Dunlin x '" %  •'" l;l ""l" "• """"-'P Y..„ .,,-.. rwiulred to fill a i e i\: i: IK h I mtlUA rn MI I'KR SI >Ns | N rKRKS PR1 I I N Till-' KST \TK H" I'l'i' 1 '! HINT V' il W:i: IIKRKBY N. iTII i I V i "i -MM \\ •' VI .' NOTICE UNDFR F, CTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIEH s IIVKN Ii .in • ol %  'DUAL ,\ \S 'I.I. \ \. i." >. mi nd tn ii ii Hi. ii rk "i" ,• %  llll I "11111 | Phil i.i., I'A IT, I' \l.\ i 'l.iiN I i:i.l/ VBKTII I'MA i 'l.'IVI In low lug di -. rlhed r. 11 IT. ... I."I Ni I|;\\ I i| i I'i I|'|;T|| M'i to in. in;•"''' ".""M-i'.-i.v Pacmler %  i. i'i.,. i.. v ,," V : NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE and it k, schedule,! ^^S^ ^• !" £ t £X?. !" *" ?*&&'JM te June for $7 a e.,n g ae 'M.^'I'IN' JGt SSSTW^ S^Sfl ."Pfrintendenl of DOCU;,;''.".' ".' %  x '-"".'., •-'" n ;:' K*.rhto eonMratlon. hy virtu, • L>vernment Priming t mil ., .... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5669 I'ARI il.YN ii .1:1 %  \ N. I : .%  \ a, BKRN \RI> T ,li >RI>AN I >. %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE T' %  BKRN Mll< T .Il >HI> \ N I'L,. Man.il |, I,I i %  i iKiixAitn T n nin VN %  • %  %  11 \ I: UK I: i • M i .... M I I.RIHIA N S S tliKRKD %  I.KATHKRMAN I %  I'i K M I N \l \.N I leput> i "I.i Is IK li il u:i'ii:. .II: ;. %  .-..mil Ml \III.I in > I.. i Plaintiff — T< |o\ernment Printing lnnton, D. C. 20402 k'di.ry offen an e.i-\ rel %  %  i I lATKI i Ma) i: i: I.I: \i'iii.i:\i \N i;he Z!P (.'ode number f.r '''•;. "K'' 1, ..VMVN'"'' MJ address in the cotmHeputj tierk M > RTIN Ii.N'i: i • i. i .i. i.ii Ruildina %  hold '; i \~ 11.ol "i..u k %  ;.i.i. nhai %  %  MiHI. I Mr* IV rrnin, '. '"•' 5\V M Street M Pin nil • h.i i I.II i lune, i hi ; %  t.ii n.ihit) between i' ." •..i. ii. ...ii ,i %  ; \ )BBI WANTED Itmoll Conservative Temple olo teach Hebrew School. ly la R. W., 1 2*73, Miami 33101 • •••••••••• KEEP FREEDOM IN YOUR FUTURE WITH U. S. SAVINGS BONDS M .1, all off, %  i %  I il propel ..I" t'hs Iteth \h in.I MiI' %  IS I >i. '; i. iiu., i'i .1 • Ma> M 'i: l: i: VAN I.I N i:s INO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66677 B IN RK Katati .if M W:\I.N I I.ANUS \M I • %  • .II-.-. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VI tin %  All I'--, -"iiH\ -. 4 Clalma ", Damanda AKUINBI Said i: tate: v n ht*b] notified aad r.qulrad i" i.i--in mix .Tiiiiii.n.i ,i. i.i. MIH h Mm me.) IIHMMrnlwl lh, ... of M M:\T.N I LAN" ISAM .I.-. .. .1 late • %  IHHIICount}', i-'!,n"l.i i" il. • %  >nnt> .liiilmm i'.i,i. Count) 'i flli thi vim,in ii'ipit' at, ro\ i.ieii in s.-i-ii. .ii ;.:.i i.;. KI..IT.I.. .Ill Hun ",,|i-. in 'ii-. ni 'ml. ..Unix. Kl.> xl.i \viilini -*i\ ;il,ml. II in. -I imlili. i hi name ill i" bar %  i M ml, l-'li'i iilii, thi M n \ i 'ii \i:i.' IT II: UANGRAM .'IIS I'll-"II "f llns in.' • Mi, u II 'M \N ,\ w i:i'\i \N Mi..mi v. foi Kxecutrtx IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT C FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY ,N CHANCERY No 65C 4915 I III: \\ II.I.IAMSBI'IKIH < \ ',"I.N',-S II INK I'l.l'l \ M \ Till \S I tSSAR, ,i mliiKl, in.' I liT".ml.nil.NOTICE OF SUIT n !'• H.'ii. Il.i .1. sl.i.-.-.ir I', 11,-iK-ll,. Johanna Htaaaar. .• -in.la woman, and if renaa her unknown -i -••. if living, ana ,li ad, hi r unknown hi Irs. di > iai • -. i, H-II ..-. grs ni.. -. .. %  %  dltora or other clalman elalmlna '•>. Ihmwa'h, under or aeraln an) of ill. above nrnmad defendai xv in, .•,-. .1. .-. aurri Vn ii. hereby notified ihat i ahovi iptlnned action baa I %  led .i-.iin-i \..ii in the i 'ir.i ''"in "i the Bleventh Judicial i'i In and for Dadi Cou l) in ,.. • !•-. .. in.• i taag-i upon l follow IllR ill Rl III., il 1 ni l^.i I I'.I.. k _' Win i\ KH si l ilVISH IN, HI • rdlna i" Hi.IT i-.l in I'l.n Book l^ae :: • ii.ii, R,...... i '.ni. ''.. II.M Florida. 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Jewish Vocational Service Hears Plans "(Jewish Floridian P endiRg ,0 Expand Agency Programs M:cmi, Florida, Friday, June 4. 1965 Section C 7-mple Judea honors the six students who Hunted from Hebrew School, havinq com1 five yeais of instruction, at Temple Ju: ea. Shown at Friday eveninq services are : row (left to right) Stuart S?rkin, Mark Harrison, Marc Baskin, Fern Deutsch, Derrick Deutsch. Charles Modell. Seated are Rabbi Men is A. Kipper and Mrs. Joseph Klein, chairman. Education Committee. FUND RESERVOIR .evement awards go to two talented students for their reh project:, in the field of r.icht or.d vision. Arnold Rosen-rg weft. 6160 SW 11th St., of West Miami Junic: Hiah School, and Jack Weintrcub (center), 4171 Battersen Rd.. of :west Miami Senior Hiqh School, are shown at the an:ai awards banquet of the Dade County Optcmetnc Asscc:receivinq their plaques from Dr. Jack Wolfe, awards %  m an. Arnold's study was "Problems of Light Diffract.. nd Jack wcrked on "How We See Color." Grac.;:at*on Set At Temple S:nai I avid M Lowj will I • %  Sinai %  duation exen ises o\ 3 starting at 7 30 ".wiM pr innt Bibles and I n nterlud will b Lee Conn, and th i i i • Micha i. • • Ge< B ol Mr n ; M i on • in •! Ira. J %  and Mr M ird Flicki I %  w Lilian m n • Mr Schwaru J U d iu| hti i n : lira Aaron Shei ion of Or and Mrs Al.it -on of Hyman Wiener. Xantor Chit • I; Fried %  mi bers i I tl Mrs Chi t Gale Mrs Mrs Harry v ; ion, Mrs liam Ri berts, WilJNF Foundation Supper Planned Here June 16 Dr Irving Lehrman chairman ol the Jewish Nati nal Fund ol i Greater Miami IK ed th ,1 plans ire l < ini fi rmulated for the forthc ; Jewish National I F Nation supper to be held .it the Fontainebleau Hotel on Ju Purp -e of the m for the Jewish National I -i cure a re funds for land redemption and reclamation in Israel through wills, bequests and as -ignrnt nts %  l insi ince policies to the .INK. Dr Lehrman explained. In conjunction with t htFoundafor the Jewish National Fund. Dr Lehrman revealed that the chairman of the Lawyers' Committee of the JNF here, Herbert S. Shapiro, has called an attorney's brunch at the DiLido Hotel on June 9. where lawyers will meet to earn atx ul the Foundati in Jewish National Fund is the lain! reel enej of the h people." he said it holds the land in perpetuitj for Jews lihun the world," adding hi ji i-j h National Fund is in !< laiming land in '. %  stern ( in addition to ifc multi p u-| %  %  > : land > I %  fronnents Installation of a new slate of officers a n d a report on planned new activities highlighted Jewis!) vocational Service's annual Board of Directors dinner in Miami Beach. Accepting the gavel for her thin! consecutive term as president was Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, W h %  pledged a continued expansion of the agency's vi cationaJ guidance counseling and rehabilitation pro (rams. New JVS vice presidents are Herta tf, Stuart Ftothchild, Ian all S Harris and Dr Edv ard i iox > Ronald P-allot is treasu Mrs Meyer \ Baskin is -• etar; • a ge n c j Assistant Dr Earl I Wiener %  ri'l assistant s< xetary iMrs i ma Ad r :in the board Dr '•! iiae I nan, JVS exei ul < e di ecti I. 'scribe I 'mi ol the new %  .. ams that are being ni goti ited tor the agencj in the months i.. I Dr Goodman said that a new vocational program is now being de ailed with the staff i f the Y.M and I'WHA for job placements foi iolden Agers pas) their 62nd rihday Funds l r the pilot proj ct were granted by the Baron d< lirsch Fund of New York. In a major breakthrough, Dr loodman n ported on negotiations or a new program to be coordin %  led with th" \i.-nial Health s iet> of Greater Miami involving ocational, recreational and social : ictivities for patients recently dis harged from state menial hos;l.: • This would be the first program n which JVS extended its ser•••I the n creational and rial realms.'' according to Dr ; odunan, who said "there i relationship between these spi s o| i patient's el ilita lit h ty I fu iction use .. mark I iii; HI Iman reporti d on of mi .'tings he has ha I v itli i-:,..,:. of Goodwill Industries ., an eye I .v. .Ill i >"" i Malm i;. 1111 _; io;l th benefit of nore i lienl JVS .also i ining in plans I j ment sen ices to di : -. ; esidents in Miami Vutliority units, helping them find rk and making available JVS re abilital n w rksl and o ber rehabilitation sen ices. Jc sh \ .. tion.il Service is a %  : ii iarj a 'ncj ot Gn ater Mi inn Jewish Federation and a mem oer of the Da le Countj Welfare Planning Council The agency has n n pending for mem crsh>p as a beneficiary agencj of Uniti d Fund of Dade O unty. Mrs. Weintrcub at Meeting Mrs Sydney Welntraub, chairman Of the Board of Directors i 1 the Museum of Science, 3280 S Ave attended a special • • fi r museum trustees last week al the Phila Ii Iphia Museum : \:t. prior to uh< opening of the ral meeting of the Ameriti in ol Museums STfVCN ROBINSON Robinson Gets Wharton Degree Steven Robinson received a Bachelor's degree from the Wharton .School of t h e University of Pennsylvania on Monday, He is the son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson, of 4430 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach. Steven, a member i f Alpha Epsa on Pi Fraternity, also belonged t" 'i e University of Pennsylvania ilee Club He expects to continue :ns studies at the Law Si IO I of Sew York University, his father's ',lm„ .'. ti ; He -i last sumrael where he will return his rummei H. %  ill 11 visit! w ith his par•ii. f r sn %  : ks during hi Gan Yefadim Now Registering At Beih David Beth David Religious School %  el ,•!>• istra ion for its Yeladim — Nursery' and Daily Kindergarten for the w h l year i -ginning in the fall. Open for children a :• %  3 through and including %  ">. the Gan Yeladim iffers an integrated program of ecular and Hebrew training; opportunities for young children to live an l plaj togi ier in an environment which encourages phys ICal gr wth. good health habits, a ieme uritj and s ,iai and nental attitudes which make up for satisfying relationships; the i pp rtuni > for each child to develop positive Jewish attitudes through pleasant experiences and ssociations with things Jewish I\ lly Kindergarten Ina special ram i reading readiness which prepares tie child fur the first gradi of public school. The Gan is open o children of mema n d non-memix rs as well 11 ; poi tation • %  a \ ailable in certain areas, Tnkinq time out for a photogrcph durinq the annual Jewish VccnPonal Service installation dinner are 'left tc right) Dr. Michc.el Goodman, executive director: Charles HertzoH vice president; Lloyd Ruskin wident; Mrs. Charles P. I berq president; Dr. Earl L. Wiener, assistant treasurer Sam J. Heimon honorary president; Stuart Rot hchild, vice president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, assistant secertaiy; Marshall S. Harris, vice president; Herbert P. Blumberq, past vice president; Dr. Edward J. Fox. vice president; Sam Lubv Jr., past vice president; and Barney Bernstein, past president. Not shown are S. Ronald Pailot. treasurer, and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, secrelarv.



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Page 2-C +Jtnlst> ncridian Friday, June 4. 1965 GREETINGS TO ALL U. S. Plastering Company Plastering Lathing Stucco — To Please You No Job Too Small or Too Big 1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 4-8115 GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein TO ALL — GREETINGS Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 "RICHARD "DICK" BEREMSOH To All Greetings J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE North Miami Tax Assessor GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOOIISMALL, JR. 6*2 NE. 124th St. North Miami Phont PL 4-0*15 GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN CKMEXT BLOCK INDUSTRIES "Specify C. B. L Phone MO 1-7696 Immediate Delivery LARRY MARKS A COMPANY MANUFACTURER!!! DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE WOMEN'S, MISSIS' A JUNIORS' DKtSStS, COATS A SUI1S Marks I Ida.. 120 N.W. 2na" Stntt Miami, Fla. Pliant FR 9-2431 TO ALL .GREETINGS DARE PAPER & RAG CO.. IXC. 65 N.E. 23rd Street FR 9-5653 HARPY GtNIT, President Shavuoth Time for Torali By DAVID SCHWARTZ Shavroth is a time of Ton* and Flora, it commemorate! the rev elation on Mt. Sinai and it is also a harvest festival. In the Bible, it is called the Feast of First Fruits. The Jews of Afghanistan called it the Feast of Roses from their practice of throwing roses at the Scrolls of the Torah on this holiday. In Aden, the Jews were accust omed to sprinkling rose water on one another. This goes back to the Midrash that when the Israetites on Mt. Sinai heard the First Commandment, they fainted away and God restored them with Dew. first Instruction Among some of the Oriental Jews, the child is given his first instruction in t h e alphabet on Shavuoth. Jews generally partake of the p r a c t i c e of eating dairy foods on this holiday, notably blintzes. The rabbis explain this, saying that dairy foods are the foods of children and on Shavuoth we become as children of God. The Book of Ruth is read on this holiday for its description of the agricultural life of ancient Israel. There was a beautiful custom attached to ancient Israel's farm life. We remember the story of Ruth gleaning in the fields of Boaz. Any passerby could glean the corners of a field He might take some wheat or grain's to satisfy his hunger. Thai was a long time before they had social Mcurity anywhere in the world. You didn't have to hold up anyone if you were hungry. Not so long ago. at an Israel Bond meeting, the chairman was telling how they are now growing apples and many other things in GREETINGS DIORA FASHIONS DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS 209 Almoria Avenue Ph. 444-3417 Corel Cables SINCERE GOOD WISHES TO ALL GREETINGS DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 NE. 125th Street GKU1INGS TO ALL Aaren Kamlt DESK EXCHANGE Phont NE 4-4024 Rtew and Ui,4 OHke furnitnn 1742 N.W. 35th STRUT GREETINGS TO ALL BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "teefc Beit at Bellf," 4007 E. ltd AVENUE HIALEAH OX 1 8746 Air Conditioned Israel, which were not grown there before. At this. George Jessel took exception. 'What do you mean." he said. "They didn't grow apples there. What did Adam take a bite of — a pickle" Popular Belief Mr Jessel is right; they did grow apples in ancient Israel. However, there is no mention of apples in connection with the story of Adam and Eve. There is a popular belief that Adam and Fve were expelled from Eden for eating an apple, but nowhere in the Bible story of that event is the name of any fruit specified. The Israel Bond chairman was entirely right in saying that many things are being grown in Israel now that were not grown then. In fact, the chief crop, oranges, was not grown, although apparently some types of citnis fruit were, and cotton, which Israel now plentifully raises, was never grown there before. But they didn't have any Coca Cola, but they made a kind of drink of (kites ,mup pose we would still be hoeing potatoes and not going to collfjje and becoming doctors and such things. But the case of Israel shows that tfe Jews have re gained to an extent, their in cient skill. Like they say. once t farmer, always a farmer Adath Yeshurun USY Installation Temple Adath Yeshurun held a joint installation of Junior and Senior United Synagogue Youth officers at Friday night services. Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual leader of the temple, installed the following new officers: Junior USY president. David Skup; vice presidents. Barbara Morrison. Andrea Schulman. Mark Belenson; recording secretary. El. lie Sampson; corresponding secretary. Jane Biales; treasurer. Nancy Goldberg; parliamentarian, Eric Schulman. Senior USY president. Herbert Fried; vice presidents, Jackie Footer. Foster Brin; recording seentary. Linda Schulman; coning secretary. Lois Denoia. taev urer. Janice Fitter. Guest s p ea k e r was Aar Scherr, first vice president. Southerst Region, I'nited Syn Youth. Serving on the Temple Youth Committee for the coming jr< Dr. Ed Tescher. chairman. Kurt Wolf, James Jacoby. Cub Scutir. San Ratner. Gerald Schechter Morris K a t z. Mrs. M H feunte. Cy Schulman. Vic Ka:j Mrs. Murray Skup, advisor of the junior USY. Norman Lieberman. advisor, senior I'SY. TO ALL GREETINGS FRANK and BOB'S BEAUTY SALON HAIR STYLISTS WIGS and HAIR PIECES At Reasonable Prices 1731 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables Ph. 443-6800 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS PARENTIS PIZZA TAKE OUT FOODS "AT REASONABLE PRICES" 1365 CORAL WAY Ph. 379-4150 GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL %  JACK • HERMAN and MORRIS IALER PRODUCE COMPANY. INC. till N. W. 13th Avenue %  %•*• n 44174 VERN0N D. 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Friday, June 4, 1965 + k-*i%t fhrkMinr Paqe 3-G Israel's Chief Rabbi Rishon Nissim and Mrs. Nissim board an El Al Israel Airlines jet at Lod Airport in Tel Aviv for a recent visit to London. Good Will Ambassador The Miami Miami Beach area has an unofficial Amhjssaok along keys to the city of Miami Beach for distribution to important British officials, He was to be gone three wwka — ST. Shavuoth Torah Reading SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION FOR THE HOLIDAY OF SHAVUOTH: Ruth follows behind the reapers who Intentionally dr..,. gleanings for her •Ann she went, and came and gleaned in the field alter the reapers RUTH The scroll of Ruth is an idyllic tale describing peace ful rural life in Judah during the time of the Judges. It tells the > "' ; fc">) ''""' Bethlehem i n a lime of famine, the father, Elimelech, takehis wife. Naomi, and t. sons. Hahlon and Chiton, to the [and of Moab. There the) remain ten yearAlter EUmelecfa's death, his sons marry Moal.itc women. Orpah and Ruth. The sons die childless and Naomi decides to return home to Judah. She tells her daughters-in-law to return to their parents' .home, but Ruth, prefers to accompany Naomi to Judah In then poverty. Ruth becomea gleaner after the reapers in the field of Boaz. of the family of Elimelech. her father-in-law; in time Boai takeKuth to wife, By this marriage, according to the Bihlic al injunction, the name of the dead is pepetuated. "that the name of the dead be not cut off from among his brethren" (Ruth 4 10). Ruth becomes the ancestress of King David, founder ol the Dn\ idle dynasty. Ruth is portrayed everywhere in the scroll with an aura of piety and devotion, as one who understands her duties at all times: when she cleaves to her mother-in-law; when she gleans in the fields; and even when humbling herself, she visits Boa/. at night in the granary to ask him to marry her. that the name of Ihe dead might be perpetuated. It is no wonder that she is chosen to be Davids ancestress. The scroll of Ruth is suffused with the calm steady light of virtue, loyalty, faith, and a deserved re V ard ( th.) 1 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ABE ALIANELL WHOLESALE & RETAIL "WORMS" 4501 S.W. 118th AVENUE CA 1-5645 NEW LOCATION MARPLE ELECTRIC INC. Expert Repairing on All Makes of Small Appliances Authorized Service Stations Universal Toastmaster General Electric Emerson Fans Bissell Roll-A-Grill Wright 3150 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 371-8471 nan ii 00 1 GREETINGS JIMMIE'S T.V. Service TV. SERVICE & REPAIRS ANTENNAS SENSIBLE RATES HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES 1255 CORAL WAY Ph. 374-9290 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS J. & B. STORE FIXTURES MANUFACTURER STORE FIXTURES 976 S.E. 9th TERRACE Ph. 887-0532 Hialeah GREETINGS BATTERY SALES INC. 13224 West Dixie Hwy. No. Miami Ph. 758-9271 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 230 N.E. 3rd St. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS STRIPE RITE SERVICE TRAFFIC MARKINGS 151 West 15th Street Ph. 887-7665 GRETINGS ALFRED PINSON SCULPTOR 9722 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 754-4982 mtm 1 TO ALL GREETINGS .IO\AS J. ItltOlM \\ 430 SEYBOLD BLDG MIAMI, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARRY'S "66" SERVICE STATION "QUALITY PLUS SERVICE WITH A SMILE" 2250 N.E. 123rd Street Ph. 751-9205 TO ALL GREETINGS MONACO BEAUTY SUPPLY RETAIL REASONABLE PRICES 452 S.W. 8th Street FR 1-0326 Tyh etS RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from SI.00 Al.y. i A t.A CARTK MENU Thert l( Never a Charge for Your Second Cup of Coff WE l i OUR '\\ N BAKINi: SIX LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES; 1570 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) 11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI 20451 So. DIXIE HWY. (Cutler Ridge) TYLER'S PARK RESTAURANT 16555 N.W. 13th Ave. AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc. LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS "We Cover South Florida' REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE 18800 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871 GREETINGS DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY TOWMOTOR-GERLINGER—TheOne-Man-Gang FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS TRACTORS ACCESSORIES 5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami Ph. 696-3652 Charles L. Waters, Re*.: PLaz* 90867 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. "Florida Lines" CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS SERVING THE CARIBBEAN PIER No. 3 FR 1-1441 or 371-8541 M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEERS 622 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 6-0836 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS BARNUM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS "World Wide Service for Progressive Management" Cost Reduction and Improvement Problems Our Specialty 2146 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. Phone 446-2732 TO ALL .GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI BETTER TO SERVE YOU MIAMI JACK SERVICE Greenlee Equipment — Pelt Cable CuMer — Hydraulic Ja'ks, Steam Jennys — Pick Uf> ind Dalivry All Mtorfc Guaranteed — P ac t ery Sewcificattont 3072 N.W. Mtti Street Phone NE 4 2226



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-Vina 14-R Page 4-C +Jenisi> fhrkHar Friday. June 4. 1965 Mavor of New \ork By MAX LERHER Installation Highlights Emanu-EI's Last Late Friday Service ot Season Count this -ia probably too perverse note on the greal si shai ing up over the n ad to Gracie Square The mansion ot the Maj r o( \, i y, r k is not as celebrated In history and myth as the Whil or 10 Downing St bul as symbols go il is a minor one. The man who occupies it is saddled with what is, at a fuess, the third nastiest • impi ssible job in the U S the first being the Presidency and th< second the pos ol Secretary of Deiei John Lindsay lawyer, Oongreasman, Republican liberal, pol matinee itil is a sure enough hero for a menl ol Yi ken who felt thai they finally had a champion <>t stature enough to meet'and perhaps topple Robert Wagner, When you build up frustration enough a good clear clarion call, such as Lindsay sounded in bis "decline and fall" speach, releases the tension Bnd makeyou feel twice as good as you might have felt without the frustration. But the trouble With Lindsax as 8 hero is that he is a copybook hero Everything about him is ait should be: height, handsomeness, openness Of face, smile, handshak, wile, daughters, StationwagOO, eloquence, liberalism, courage and the inertia ot mounting Congressional victories. If anyone had invented Lindsay, he would have been howled at U a pedant and perfectionist Lindsay has to exist because, by all canons of absurdity of the exactly correct, he couldn't have been invented ArisUdes was booted from office because a virtue fatigue afflicted the Athenians they grew tired cf hearing him called the %  J ust." If I were John Lindsay I should worry about the Aristides story'. Note that I have said copybook hero and not storybook hero. In a new novel called "The Mayor of New York. l>> Laurence Barrett (Doubledaj I, the mayor of New York is not a Lindsay figure but a middle-class Jewish lawyer with a very Jewish wife, with haokflashes to % %  Jewish setting .r.u\ with the mood not of the strength and purity of a Lancelot but ol a tired failure who somehow breaks through to a vision. There Is a well-worn, slightly frumpy air to the story that makes one think of Bob Wagner and his associates, not of the slightlybreathless enthusiasm of a Lindsay rally. Lindsay haovercome one of the counts against a Republican running for Mayor the myth that no Republican could win. It is likely to he a dose race, and a man would IK' rash to give more than mar pnal odds on either candidate But there are Other encumbrances he carries. One is that he is being hailed, by Republican Chairman Bliss and others, as a minor savior of the national Republican cause 00 the ground that a Lindsay victory will polish up a modernized image of a al Republican party, full ol clean thoughts and deeds, committed to <.\i right-, and full of zip and dynamism. The trouble with this is that the closer it a mea to being true the more self-defeating it is frightening it is to good Democrats who may play with th( idei of Lit tea} I >r Mayor but don'l want to lose New Vork in the Presidential race Remember there will have to be a lot of de:ig Democrats to elect Lindsay as Mayor. The danger to the Democratdoesn't stop with the refurbish of the Republican image It involves the internal politics of the Democrats as well A Lindsaj victory will mean a Wagner defeat not OIUJ as Mayor but as the dominant hand and voice among the -•.. Detnoi \ Wagner deleat would mean, swifter than you can saj "Hail the new chief.*' that control of the state party would pass to Sin Robert Kenned) This In turn would mean that in any future Kenni Ij and the Johnson-Humphrey team, the inv lh of the Ne i rk delegation would ely Kennedy's Pinall) "• i is th the senior Ni >rk Republicans it land-a\ emerges as a real possibility for the Presidencj l ditche i; f( Hi r"i last cham • for a na. > : ... but it also din hes the running on something liki a Ri nnej Javits ID.-.. • then isn't much room at the top %  I haven't s^id much about Wagner because Lindsay's dangers flov less ti tier than from himself — from the lacl that he can't keep !hi.. 1 ocal fi hi I 1 much is riding on it for ever) hod) Vet for mi Wagner is no cipher He has experience, he hai footwork and survival power, he knows ever) crann) ol the citv govern mi : %  '•'! maw he is uncorrupted and incorruptible in hims< II and he baa shown increasing decisiveness in crises If the city is in disarra) it 1because all big cities are in disarra) and Wagner is no supei man. Yet man) may ask how much chance 'here is that an untried leg Islator howi rous will acl utions thai have baffled a tried and cannj administrator. If tinsounds less than .1 call to Armageddon, i can only answer that Armageddon won't be found on thl at Tem pi e Emanu-EI closing late Fridaj evening service last weekend The new officers, directors n I trustees ol the Tent pie's Board for 196546 were b ored Dr Irving Lehrman conducted the 1 e r v i > %  e and chose as his sermon topi 0 • Synagogue At ter 25 YearCantor Zvi Adler ed h e liturgy assisted by • Temple Choir \,. A era for Temple Bmanu FI under the leadership ol M x B derman. president, and Samuel S Friedland, chairman if the hoard, are Hi morni • It Han Slrl nrar> v\ III l %  rurhtman i i ld< nt Jom i>h Cohi n .1 t'ypen. Dr Si..nl.\ FYehllng. .1 H..li>.rin. E111II Marlon Ja< il'n]ij. k. ;.-• K< .1 Tal %  • off; In OH Jack *:irf. I .1-.-.. :..( %  t .-. Sumuel l-lpioii .-.-. retai >. 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II. \ ..... ..1 %  % %  • ,.. j .-.;.., VI.. |. v IW 1. vllernian .1 ;M |>ti >l %  '. Bernartt I 1 .,. %  %  • i' v %  %  %  '..lull. I ... ... BenJ "on Cutler, r.. 1. inlet s Dubbin, i> ... \ %  teln. Ronald 1.. Pine, 1:. 1.. inar I i". I< Aland Mi Mauiiei Oan EJ. s.on ., 1 : %  :• %  -•• n, Sol I !oldi. .,.. ,11 N • li ••• inM. !\ In Hi \ ,11 Hank •:.. hi Mill >n II .11. Sam lei v Kasan Ju 1. K.i I/.I.I .11 Pel Kay. ri.. odore K ; in\ in, Mm-..KolBI 1 %  R • Raim :. 1: a. in. %  %  v-. Blllaon R K 1 \.->. Al I. Loevnei Mvli Malael, 1 r M :. 1 ion ild M.I hnofl 1 1. n vi Samuel llufaon Bdward T \. Bn Novack, v %  • i-roff, II., pi nchanak) I %  ; 1 Pollak, %  'li..r!. %  H mch Bun • Ri In 11 • 1 \ p Samuel*, v 1 -.in II.11 • I K. 1 Strln, Sai i'..i.. •. 1.. .Id M 1 ..-• vi r Martin Woolln vi /.. /. 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Friday. June 4. 1965 +Jewlsti Fh>rMk*n Page 5-C Beth David Graduates Big Class Here Beth David Religious School Jun. Schwartz: Ira, son of Mr and M t. lor High this year graduated one Max Silver; Charles, son oi Mrs, ot the largest clasee8 iii the Greater Sara Silverman; Allen, son o: Miami area Graduates have comand -Mrs. Einanuel Smith. Da pleted -i\ jrean at Hebrew studies, son of Mr and Mrs, llan> SI Graduation exercises were Cheryl, daughter <>f Mr. and I held in conjunction with the comBernard Tytell; Richard, son >f munity graduation under the ausMr. and .Mrs Maxwell Waas i pices of the Bureau of Jewish EdSteven, son of Mr. and Mrs iiiation of Greater Miami at Beth vin Zuckerman. Discussing results of Mt. Sinai Hospital's threeday 15th annual postgraduate seminar are (left tn right) Dr. Stanley Frehling, president of the hospitals Medical Staff; Samuel Gertner. executive director, Dr. Rachmeil Levine, professor and chairman, Department of Medicine, New York Medical College; Dr. Hebrew Academy Plans Full High School For Girls to be Launched In September In f\panded high school course panded operations of the Hebrew David on May 20 Students graduating were Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David AJterman; Elyse, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Berkowitz; Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [sadore Blitt: Marsha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs [sadore Coulton: I; -cmary. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walter Falk; Michael, son of Mi and MrHarvey Friedman; Laurel, daughter "I Mr and Mrs. Milton Garron; Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Cioldenbei g; Kenne'.ih, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton; Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanh y Jamison; Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kaplan; Jacki. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Kellner; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alex Kurtz; Sonia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller; Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miner; Wendy, daughter of Mr. and tion and includes English, science, 'Mrs. Robert Nedbor; Cheryl,daugtlLeo M. Levin, chairman of the seminar; and David P. Catsman. vice president. Mount Sinai Hospital Board of Trustees. The seminar attracted over 400 physicians from various parts of the United States, Canada and the Americas, and was held last weekend at the hospital. Pompano Temple Installs Officers (in Sunday. Temple Beth Sho lem, Pompano, held a jour i -lallation. S ;ymour Mann, president, South east Region of the United i i i iw t America, install' gregational offici Mrs Han Id Reinhard dent. Florida Branch of Nat, I Women's Lea gue oi the I'r, Synagogue of America, m.-u I Sisterhood officers. lor girland a continuance of the junior high ichool program was planned by Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami officials this week. The Academy, located .it 2400 Pine Tree Dr., has operated the nly Senior High School for Girls south of Baltimore for one year for lOMl and llth graderA complete program, including a 12th grade graduating cla s i, is planned to start in September, fulfilling the i I for .i complete tngh school urriculum for h i 4 h school age rta ptember also trill see the third year of operation ol the Academy's ial .-!• brew Junior lliuh School [ram for si 1 lents In seventh nil • rades B 0 t h ex TELL THEM ABOUT WELCOME 2& WAGON If ycj *now of a fe~iiiy wrio has just s'*.ved in your community, bs sure to teil them about Welcome Wagon. They will be delighted with the basket of gilts end helpful Informetion they mill receive from Our hostess, e symbol ot the community's tradit,oriel hospitality. Of you may cell Wck'omc/^iCjM^on Academy — the Hii;h School for Girls and the special Hebrew Junior High School program will hold classes at Pine Tree Dr., which includes some of the most modern education facilities in the country. Hahbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, declared. liotn programs will have scholarship grants based on financial needs and academic achievements. Studentwho have met requirements but have limited background will be offered special accelerated ionises In Hebrew and )• wish studies. According to Louis Merwitzer. president "f the Hebrew Academy. "We are confident that our Senior High School for Girls, complete with classes for 10th, llth and 12th grades, will be hailed as a fulfillment ot .1 critical need and a forv aid stride in the development of tut ure leaders and mothers-ofleadl rs Ol American JewTJ ." The special Hebrew Junior High School program, in operation five .. 1 1 -..awill be the Girls •'. l, is an accelI progi f He : general stud %  ws 1 1 irriculum of the i> I %  •! %  %  math, social studies, physical education, art. music and speech. Hebrew studies program will offer classes in To rah. Prophets. Jewish history, Hebrew language and Jewish literature ter of Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ram; Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rodman; Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosinek; Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rubin: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" QoodoUustc is powerfully influential HI 8-4994 wriccnc mwenmes! UM this Mupaii :a ni -• l- • '• htr. Nim — Addrm .— %  City Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess coll on me. I would lik %  < to subscribe to The Jewish Flor'dlan. 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i I f. r. 5 I-'ctge 14-B Page 6-C %  hmUt fhri-Mur Friday. June 4. 1965 Insurance Men Qualify 47 Here Forty >ov.n li(V insurance men John L. Noppcnbers. Ted R. 3 from the Mi.imi ;irea have qualiAronson. Donald A Hughes, M fied for membership in the 1965 HlV0 ,.., ci.i\. David G Bei Million Dollar Round Table. M QJam Tmk> v „ lUn im{ }>M Members of the seleit orgtnl j Up,,. AJfred j Lewallcn CLl Ution must have written one mil j ame<; Hanni. Thomas B Mi lion dollars ..f new life Insurance Gl|nn c LU ,. 1( k j GoW Rober) paid for tn 1964. IUu( .) \v,.|don Currie John Named were Harold F Btsig, p IfacDonald, Walker Laramore Cl.r Ted s Ffflkel, F.dwin B. j er ome Kat/. C L.TJ .1 Cleve AI Cole. Eugene J. Rosenthal. |,.„. C.L.U.. R. B. Walker. Charles Thomas B Kee. (' L.U., Thomas Anehell. Dr. Joseph Plumer, chief of staft ol the Lake City Veterans Hospital, escorts a group of Jewish War Veterans and members of the Ladies Auxiliaries on a tour of the hospital on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of V-E Day. The Jewish War Veterans had just presented a television set to the hospital. Shown ileft to right) are Mrs. James Stern, of West Miami; Department second Junior Vice Commander James Stern; Louis Siegel, Department VAVS. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Ainslee Ferdie < of Murray Solomon Auxiliary 243; Department Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie; Dr. Plumer, Victor Hubash. Commander Meyer Liebovitz Post 199. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Julius Kleineibst. Harry Cohen Auxiliary 723; Julius Kleineibst, past commander. Harry Cohen Post; Max Becker, guartermaster, Post 199; and Herman Markowitz. of Jacksonville Post 1999 I'yle Reld, Cl.r. Fred Stone. C.L.U., Chester F Goss, C.L I) Gerald R. Faliek. Thomas C. C'un dv. Theodore Levy, C I. U., Harry B. Schorr. C.L.U.. IStaples Fierce. Samuel .1 Rabin. Melvm L. Kartzmei Ralph A. Abramson. C.L I'.. William E. Carpenter, c.L.c (leorse Gernsteiq^CUU^ Keith W .Lorihg, C.L.U.. •> P. Hanks. Jr.. Henry Gilbert, Albert M. Palmer. William Rafkind. C LU Harold Abbott. C.I.I Victor D Holland er. Stanley S Watts. C.L.U.. Mar shall I Wolper, CLl Walter If Pierce. FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, mtttHtmt AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 22*4 W. FLAGLER ST. HI 8 2671 Nights, Sunday* A Holiday* Dial Nl 3 0922 Dade County Welfare Planning Council Elects Cutler as New President \ Budd Cuth r, Miami attorney. elected last week .i lc Count) Cutler is %  > partner Her ami Efrons n, Ainsley Bldg Miami Cutler attended Ihe niversitj \li. mi am: 111 ved 'us law tie I i .• (inn laude in 1950 He < .i-i' \ ii t e edil i. Miami l-i Quarter!} He also attended the 1 mversity oi Marj land, where he i eceh ''ii •' Bacheloi 's degree in J,::-IIK -> Administration Cutler served with the combat engineers in the European Theatre during World War II. Cutler has been active in numerous civic organiiations. He has served as president of the YMHA of Greater Miami, past president of Cutler Ridge Civic Association, and former vice president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. He has served an the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Bar Association. Cutler i^ married tn tin [ormei Ins Schuham, Miami artist Tli-> have two children, Bets) .mil Harold, and live at L2M0 s\v 73rd Ave Miami Other officers elected '<> the V i tin Planning Council tor a one. year term aie MiM M Greenfield, Mrs Stanley liLUedge, vice W-leoma Wagon International, vth | Oir 5.000 hostse, has mora thin thirty yeais experience in fostering good will in business and community lilt, for mora mlormitun auojt | Welcome\agon HI B-4994 IttlCOMI NCWCOMU1I UM :• Mu*a U IX va lwo j%*'m fear*. *•• AaViiM* — Pleose have the Welcome Waqen Hostess call an MM. I would like to subscribe ta The Jewish Floridion. Fill out ceajjKM ad moil ta Circalatian Do#<< M.P.O. lax 2973, Miami, Flo. Blood Bank OK'd Again Mount Sinai Hospital received notification this week thai the American Association of Blood Banks has reaccredited the hospl tal's Blood Hank for an additional three-year period • IKHM IM. • REPAIRS AND REROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. 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friday. Juno 4. 1965 -Jenist fkrfcttar Page 7-C LEGAL NOTICE iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5295 In: WILIJAMSBl'RiIH IVINHH BANK, Plaintiff. VS. IfRPH YullA v .i ill. | |ii fi nclantH. NOTICE OF SUIT |i iSKI'll V< HAY and PAl'UNE roHAV, hli m\U %  o Parki i Road i Klhcaht-tli. NV\i Jl >1 IU J |II .in hereby notified ihm the capttoned action has been In,i agalnal yen in the Circuit nf the Kl.vi-nth Judicial Clrnf Florida in and for Dade Counforeclose a mortgage upon Ine ring described real property: ll. Ulock Tl, NiiltWi KJD, FIFTH UTION, SECTION I. according Ih,Plat thereof, r rded in Plat |k H al Page 108 nf the Public prdg ..r Daoe County, Florida, Btlan i.tiii.i*. .il. it.pi r, il I., fil.:i respolljilcading i" paint Iff* a iplalnt 111.Clerk "f Hi., aforesaid "'•nut, "rve a copy thereof upon plaintttomrj MARTIN PINE. Dadi Building, Miami, Florida .•I later than .IUII. _'_ %  1965, "i %  Pro Confess*) will be entered It you. |l-:i i: May IS, i!"i", K II I.KATHKRM IN "it-it. ,.f the <'iivuii i'out' Bj K M I.Y.MAN. I wpaty Cterh IN FINE \ del .I Budding Ii-'i..ii.in. mti r. ?!-> •; i-11 TICE BY PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE JUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 5131 [Y SMII.KN. miff. Y SMII.KN. itnl.ini. [SUIT FOR DIVORCE r Ri;K SMII.KN d W %  i M i \, \. York |F> iRi )K S.MII.KN. are hi n '.l thai %  Hill of Complaint vi has been filed against ., %  r .pl.r. ,1 !• %  -• • I • • pi your tnswer .!' Pleading |l "I C plaint on th lief deJed In Hi. Bill ..f c.iiipl:ilnt. Hfci lt %  %  -hall inpublished onci weak for f.'iir runws'Ullvi 1 w..-ks rilK JI'.YVISII l-l.i •Kll.l \N ASH ORDERED in Miami. II luth .lay ,.f May. A D l.KATHKItMAN. il.rk. .mi. 1 a.l. County, K1.ii iiia By: l.. BNEBDEN. I • %  |.utv Clerk riTNET |or Plaintiff 5/14-21-!. /4 [COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY, JRIDA IN PROBATE No. 6M95 A Rt.lt."f LBS LEVENBON, id. riCE TO CREDITORS %  .iii.iiand AH iviv.nliavor !>•wands Agalnal s..i.i hereby notified and represent any claims ..nil deficit \..'i ina\ have .i_:.iiii-t HI CM Mil.KS I.K\ KNSu.N. til. ..I l I.I.I. %  Count). Floi iiia. pint) Judges of l >a.l. t "ounthi same in duplicate and -I In Election 7SJ l. Florida |1n I' in 111, Cnunln Dade County, FlorI 1 Ix cal. nil.ir month" u in pi %  he ili— t public II i..n Ii. i in ti.i.i rred • \l .in. Florida, ii: \ i. \-\ M. ii'i: i.i:\i:\sn\ Wtl< i.rvr\si IX and EKTKI M: KKI.HKK \ i:\, it ti I" f May, • %  • h. r. % %  i t |CE BY PUBLICATION :iRCUIT COURT OF THE rn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IDA IN AND FOR DADE INTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1728 P WEEKS, ft. |WEEK8, jin l JIT FOR DIVORCE pi A w i: i; K Fil.-. I'nknown [•I!':i \ WEEKS, ;,,,. thai a Hill of Conipia nt has been fiie.i again*! %  >• %  ( %  are r. <|tn i-.-.l i "in tnswer IM pi. adlns, in t Complain) mi tl,,. Plaint%  ey, KAXPORI) II ERAU In Rood r. Ildlna, %  •ii. Florida and in., ihi ii-.i ,,i I'l.H.lhut in the I Hi. ci. ll. ,,i %  I i % %  n in I in• i tun loi before tinKth d [ l' -..'i i.ill I.. .1., so, JIKII:k'auit mil I., taken %  f 1 relief demanded In ihRiiplaint. [ .11 I.,, put I for four %  ..ii-.. utu. weeks %  .WISH i-|.,,i:ii ,| ,\ INI) ORI.FJHKII ,• Miami i"" •"! .I.I..I ifaj \ i> P'EATHERM \N. Clerk, uurt, Bade County, Phirida %  ; I' CtlPELANIJ, it) ili-rk 'I Kit VMKIt In Road R }• h Flo I.I., II. nil lift B/U-21-2S. i,i DAveau BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66935-A \ RK IN.ii. .1 ii ISKI'H .M i :<• 111 .< iw 11.1. ,] NOTICE TO CREDITORS \n re.! I torn and Ml Pi rsonn Hav%  i.iinior i %  in.in. IAgainst staid *We're retiring the old one." Cw. 1*44. Dov* r..d" .'. To ma KM a I. YMII are hi reby quired to pi.-, m tnanda which \..n thi estate of notified ami reny clsJma and .1. • •ii ma) have against JOSEPH M I :• %  111 .i >\\ late ..i Dade County. Florida, ti. th. Count) Judges of Dadi county and file the same In duplicate .mil .is provided In Section '" %  %  %  18 Florida Statutes, In their offices In Mi. Count) Courthouse in l>ad, County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or Hi. sain. Mill he Mm-ed I Wted at Miami. Florida, this | | ,1, da) of May, A.D. IMS. HAROLD silAi-uto PBRRY STONE As Executors First publlcaM f •ii. gist da) of May Ii \l:i>l.|i SHAPIRO Mi%  iny for Estate ''I'T 1.In,-..Ir Road Miami Beach, Florida ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! + Jmtol ifk* *MM) aollcits your legal noticw*. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate lenrice at legal rates Dial Fil 3-4MS lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE Mils n..ii. i IMS 21-18, .i t-n LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 5055 LIZZIE BTATEN, Plaintiff, \ s FRED BASS, and If married BASS, his uif. MZZIE BASS, whose I" I uamt. II -in iin. rrii d, la unknown, and if married, her husband. If said persons are living: ami if il.a.l, their unknown heirs-atla w, legs tees, dcvlseei rant' es, and any .imi all | Ing any estate, right, title or Int. resi lien upon, ili. i • l prop, rt> heri In ili scribed or any pan th< I >• ;.-inl.miNOTICE TO APPEAR Ti i i'i;i:i' B iss, .iii.i ii III iirled, his wife, whose residence and a.ldl Ml .>!'• nnkliKU |i ; UZZlE BASS, uii..s. present name, if shi is mai i Ii d, is unknos n, nid If mat rli d, h.-r huabaiid, wbose resldet and address are unknown; if such persona are living: and if dead, Their unknown helrs-at-law, legatees, devisees "igrantees nid any and all pi iclaiming any estate, tight, title or Inti real in. or in n HI the following described real prop, ty, lying and hi-lnit in Dade County, Florlila, to-wlt: Lot i, in Block •-'. of NiMtTH 1JKKRTY CIIY. according to the Plat thereof, recorded in riai Book t$. at Pup.' T7. of the Public Rocorda of liaile County, Florida. YinUIB IlKltKliY NOTIFIED that a pro.-. dliiir to .|Ulet title lias been iiroueht In the Circuit Court of the HI. y.nili Judicial Circuit, In and f.ni)dc County, PI. .rid.i. agalnal all persona I'laimlni; any estate, right, title or Interest In, i>: Hen upon the above described real property, and for other appropriate r. Ii. f. and \..n are required lo fil.with the Clerk of aald court your written appearance in said proceeding, unr or before the lath day ,.f June, ISM, and thereafter to file -iivi.i upon ROBERT II TRAURKI, \M,.I ii. •> for Plaintiff, d iPonl Building, Miami. Florida, ml file with Mi. s : ,j.| ciirk \..inwritten defenses, II any, i" th. Complaint ai thi i,. ,1 b) law, tin relt in. -i. II. i HI. ,.i ..IMen upon, ilnii"--. property claimed b) yon Hi. n ii"t. .ir j tdgmi HI ill %  Ii fault HATEIi rtl Miami, Dade County, ,, llnTill day ,.f Mai:. 11 I.I: \ TI I I It.M v\ Clark of the Clr Court It) K, M. Ll M w 1 it-put) i • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA iN CHANCERY No. 65C 5301 H INK i IE COM MEKCE, Si t banking i ,„. at Ion, I Malm \ BONAIJ) v I>M.I:Y and i > NN \ \i I' \ LEY, in. Ife, 11, f, II. i %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO IHJN U.li A I'll.l'.Y ..lid I a i\ v \ \| 11 VLKY, % %  'a if. i M i i. %  -, nee \\i. i di ii. N. J. Tl ll' ARE HEREBY S< iTIKII • • imortgage i real and p e rsonal propel .,been filed %  ; %  %  i in Hi. abm %  • Courl l.\ the I'lainuii The property sough) lo M foreclosed Is as follow 'i ,%  i-xcept i he w -' '" f. el of KEVISEH I'l. \T OP \\ tCRJS, UK t., Mi, I'lal lh< i> COTd. ii Iii Plal of the Public l: i ol I lade County, Florida Tor \i;i: REi rv< %  cop) i.t your insa• i Ins -.II Plal rm i M M.'"' M.M II fi:ii:i '\i w i %  iv %  I 111 til, offlci hill, com|4n Int w 111 lie takei DA i i %  rHKRM %  nf IM. i "II cull Ida Bj C. P. < LND Dei it) i I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5806 TI1K WILLIAMSBl'RiSH SAVIVMS BANK, Plaintiff, VI l/nis s in MI \.\i and Dl'NH \M. Ins wife, i in .ii -i. .1. t al, I '. i. inI.Hits. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti i i.,.i.is i .null.mi ami Dunham, his v. |fe, II married, 7i Court Street, llymouth, MUSH-•I is and i 'onnle W'IKOI sky, IH4 G and SI N, Vork, N. Vork Y..U an hi ib) notifli .1 thai th< aboi • .-apt loni d ictlon has h. n Instil li .1 .%  -:., n%  \ ..-i in i he tin !• Court "f ili.i:i. y.-nili Judicial I ,.f Plorida in ami for Hade Count) '.. forcclosi a tgage upon the following ill -'I I". .1 .,l pi Dpi It) Lot SI In Block IS "i SIERRA Mllt.\i'\ si r.liivisp i\ according lo Mi,Plat Mi, r.-if. ;corded In Pli t Book 57 at Pag i'7 of thi I'uhll. it., .-ids ..i I I.I.I. County, i'l.. Iiia, together lili General Qectric Reii.r Model LB-92 Serial Ni NM-U06J97. Yi.ii are required i" file a responsive pleading i" plaintiffs complaint uitli the Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade Federal BuUdlas, Miami, Florida Mill not later than June 10, IMS, or ., i %  crac Pro Con f easo will bo entere.1 against you. DATED: May tS, IMS. B. B. LEATHKItMAN Clerk of the cir.uH Curt (seal) Bj C, P, COPELAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN KINK Dade Pederal Building Miami. Florida M131 ...28. rt 4-11-1K IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60999 B IN :r K-i.,1, ,,f Ill'TH B. LEVIN, I i.-.-.-as. .1 T.. All I'L .in. IIand 111 i'reons Havins Claims or l>emand \_ insl Saul Y-.-i are hi I • by not fli .1 and 11 %  quired i n t any elal maniln n hich > ou ma) ha ve • ; %  -' %  in in 11 LEVIN rte%  1 I i.i. i : III I'l, Count) I %  %  :• •' .ite nid il In > i '.-iiii%  %  %  %  .i M I lth Mi.. \ : %  •W vi:i' ii i.':\ IN \i :\.. -%  i'\\ \i:i' n i.i'. \ 1 ".":' 'onitn -nid| Miami, i -.'. -. > •; i l\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. 6671J A IN RE M \ Y T i.i'YY aka \l \i: r LEVT 11.. I-. ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS ["o All Cr.dl A H\ Inn i 'I imis ,.i • %  m.,mitgainsl Said V,-11 an hi %  b) i-.-i fli ,1 and ri j.; ,i • .i.i an) clalmii or demands iii-ii you ma) hai aga mm •h. • MAY "I" I.I:\ 1 LEVY d .i I %  Judgi-p inn II S.-i-I'I ih. Ir : •I .1 Ma) A.P \ v \ : \i\~l \ -v\ Li Ji une ltd NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5547 i: IPHAEL W i:\ISI.KY. I 'laintiff, \s. VIRC,I.\|A BAISLEY. I iff. ll.i:. HI. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: VIRIilNI \ BAIKLEY I:. -Id. p. i nknown You, \'IRI;I.\I \ it \isi.i:v. .,-, hen b) notified that a Bill of Complaint for IMvorci has been filed you, and you are requlreil % %  • %  ..f your AIISU. r ,,, Pleading i" Bill ..f i" plaint ..ii the I'lalnttttorni j I'll MM.i's \i KII.I ,Y, Box !fil2 I'.ilm Vlllagi Station, l-'l.irida and Ml, Mi. ,.iuinal .r Pleading in thi %  .rii.-.of ih. Clerk % %  < the i 'ir.-nii Coti i i the S3rd da of Juni 19*3 If you fall r., do so, judgment i.\ default ill lie laki n urainsl you for the relli f .,. manded In thi Bill ol t %  I'hinotice shall i„ ;,.,1,11.11,,i ono each week for four i-onneeui \< iveeki* in THE I BWISH l-l.i iRII i| \N DONE \ND itRDERED al Miami. Florida, this 19th da) uf Ma), A.D l :• %  :-. I-: n I.I: \TIIKI:M \N. fierk, CI lit Court, 1 '.,,|. Count), Floi Ida By: C. P, II IPELiANI'. I • %  IHlll tl, %  I, 'Ml VRLKS M KII.I.Y P.O r...\ 2U12, Palm Village Sta lliil. ah, Florida i-'l Ait.,in, for llalntiff %  21-83, •', 1-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66548 A IN RE: Estate of I.i it IS Rl "SKMM.I'M licensed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All P. is..!,. II.iv ing claims .-iDemands Vgainat s>id Bdtate: Y..U are hereby notified and requiriU I., preeenl an] claims and demands a'hlch you ma) have against tin Mat.of LOUIS Iti iSKNltl.I'M deceased lati of Dad< County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and tile the same In duplli-atu and as in-ovlded in Section 733.13, Klorida Statutea, in their offices in the County CourthoiUK in Dado County. Florida, v.ithin six calendar months from the Hun "f the first publication hereof, or the sum.will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th day "f May. A.l>. 1333, MIMI RiiSKNltl .I'M IRVING ROSENBLCM AH l-.'\. cutors First publication ..f this notice "i. thi Slsl da) of Ma). 19(3. BI RtN I. KPARBER \i torne) *••!' i-:\itoi B 12 I.in.. ; n It I .-. it t-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67001-A HY \ i'.l: \NT i-:\'.\ BR \.\"i' .-1:l•; i l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS torn and I i Hav. ni' Ill ill. .1 and IVwhich you ma) hai t against BR.XNT .. a :\ \ BR \\r SE1UKL f Dade Count) Ho the i "ouni.y Juda i i ..ni. i %  nt) .1 %  %  Stat%  ,-iiim Court hmisi In Dadi ITti im nths from the "i ih. i" 1 -i -lidi.ii kin net mf, .i 1 be ba II Miami, Florida, this 11th da.) ,., M n. A D, l•;:.. IIAR\*EY I.. BHANT TILWCKS fsttllllK P \ s i :\. cutors i' iblicatl f this notli .. p in. Mih -l^y of Mgy, 1965. BYRON I. SPAR1 KI torni j i..r Kxi utors .-•' l.i..,-..|ii ltd. '. n," idii • i-2i -2. B '4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undernlgned, deatrlngi to encage ii business under tinfi.-titloua nain.a CNITED ISKAI.TY CO., NUT INC si 1369 NW ^:th Avenue, opa Locks Florida Intend i" register said iunn : with iluClerk of Mn circuit Court of I >ad. i Vionty, Florida. F E FtKafOYA, Owner K iuil.l.lAMS, Owner :. 21-^. •; t-r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mi.. Mi. undersigned, desiring t" engagi i.iisim-ss under thi M.-i iiinis name'of RED Pit! I'll: ai Slot N.K End Avenu< Miami. Florida Intend i" rearfaier -aid name with thi Clerk nf the Clruult Courl of I'ad. County, Florida IM'.I iRUE H II'RNBSS Ii IHN AD \MnV|.|i s. ile u in i %  i;i:ssi.i:i: & MASSKY \ i torni > for Applicant %  % %  %  Bill more H.ii Coral Qabli -. Fla. %  ". S1-2R, r, i-il NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 65C 5526 MAKIM I:I:I n: i: s vNDS, Plaintiff. \ I win SAN I is. I i, f, n, lain SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< I: DAVID SANDK I... ii.. FWi-llla In. Man] • %  Sh.a • ham II \\ ashingt.in, B.C. You, David Sands, are hereby noIt If led thai a Mill "i Complaint to ililvori-i i.iI-, .II filed against you (and \-.ii ar< required lo serve a cop) .a s our \i.-.>. r or 'leading i" th< Hill ,.i Coinplainl on the Plaintiff n ittorney, Stanle) K Qoodman, S6W N W B2 si •, i. Miami, Flo Ida fil" the original Answer nr Pleadlna in the offlci of the Clerk "f the Circuit Court mi i.r before Ihi S3rd •l^ ..f .1 in. 1933, If you fail l" do Judgnn nt b> default will itaki n agalnal you for the relief di-manded ii ih. inn of Complaint. Portlier iadvised that 1'laintlff claims full tltli and all Interests In the following described property: ...... ..... ..* 1.1 I. tiZ Lots and \ "f Block 95-B. AMENDED PLAT OF THIRTEENTH 113) addition t" Hialcah. according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 20, at Page 3~. of the I'libiic records of Dade County, Florida A K Mi: East 13 Street, Hialcah, Florida. Tills notlci shall bo pnbllshed ones .oh week for four consecutive weekr HI THE JEWISH I'l .nun MAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, Miis 1 * KLEIN \s K\. i. First publication "f ilii. notice on ihi 14th da> of May, lttS, I.Et IN K M'l AN ti. im i:\. 1150 SW 1st Si Miami. Fla. 5 14-21-38. 6/4 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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y-age 8-C +Jewlst Hcrldlari Friday, June 4, ]9| ) rew Academy of Greater Miarr.: Principal Rcbhi A!ex••: S. Gross Jeff presents a plaque to Jacob Gart for his donation to become one of the school's Guardians of Torah. Zr.e title is for those who pay for a year's scholarship to the Hebrew Academy for a needy child. Eshkol in Friendship Move JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Prime Minister Levi Eshkol Monday made a public proposal to the Arab sates which signed armi.tice agreements with Israel to start direct negotiations "with a view to converting these agreements into peace treaties lie spoke in the Knesset, Israel's Parliament. which reconvened (or Its summer .< ssion. Mr Bshktfi recalled '."..•'. among the Arabs, voices have recently !>< ,n heard rejecl rig the idea of 1 and openly calling 1 ir a pi • :, men! an i 1 oexistence. Without indul premature 1 id, Israel is entitled to t in the Arab world — %  its political leadership ere %  re men who • ieve In •in the necessitj I Israel coexistence "The peace settlement must be based on Israel as she is," he stressed. "Hitherto, the states which have entered into the armistice agreements evolved patterns of daily life and development projects within their existing borders. Slight mutual adjustments are conceivable at certain points where the populations daily life is disturbed. And this must be the rule: Peace is designed to alter the relationships between states, not to change the states themselves." The Israel Prime Minister rtT ed some of the benefits which Will %  ;,,,, 1 b\ all concerned when peace between Israel anil the Aral ( untr.es Is assured They inelud: gular overland transport by roi i and rail; free transit thro in rts; c immunications b) radio %  { % %  -tO rts; facilitating ,.1, %  ment <>f tourism ess to e l tea : %  %  I terials as well of v, ater I 1 • M I Mr Eshkol pointe : out i lunate of neg Kiatioi possil le joint action to restrain the amenta race, anil U) 1" il disarmament in the region The great resources which would be liberated would make it much easier to resettle the Arab refugees and absorb them in their natural, national environment, he pointed out. For such action, Isrjj would be prepared to aid iinancuj.] !y tci the !>( -1 i,f I 1 jtj 1( I ha assistance ol the I, he said. The Prime Minister decljrM that si ch a peace pre nm u x fi-jment of the imagination u^ that "the day will come *** the Arab states wi'l recogni„ that the true division is not bttween Israel and the Arabs, bvt between peace lever., and IJ. greasers, and will draw the logic. al political conclusioHa empl 1 | I 1 in. nal tl es who loft 1 1 In Washington. I t one to the proi os Mr Eshkol. wen ever, it %  aa pointi '.at for-l mal comment on I V OuH have to await 1 of the full text of Ml dress.) NORTON TIRE CO %  %  ^v**TIRES SALE PRICED WORLD'S LARGEST BF.Goodrich TIRE DEALER 10 STOkES SEHVING SOUTH FIOKIDA — SINCE 1924 c ... EJ TED BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY ALL SIZES LISTED BLACKWALL WHITEHALL TUBETYPE TUBEIESS 600x15 B ackaefl I 650x15 Bleckwatl Taftetype I 670k 15'. I 600x15 WlNtewsll I i lossless I fcetypa %  esc. .'..' %  • • %  NO MONEY DOWN FREE, FAST NIOUHTING EASY CREDIT TEPMS OUR 41st YEAR OPEN 24 HOURS & ALL DAY SUNDAY 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. %  I B. P. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guarar:e: 1 24 Mantris! PfirCE INCLUCES INSTALLATION as c. Complete S2fely FRONT END JOB INCLUDES9 • Ai -i"-~c tci '~> r J'* |M '*' .' Is Donr B lip*'! 't %  • Ttj nt Complete Safety BRAKE JOB INCLUDES: ^\ M nr • rcplaonf iinm( on a" t *'•• %  I M M*1 • C.fliji.ni all aheel c; n I M #1 wll • Turnnj ail drums uf neece: g MJ • Jtdjustiat brakes # m f • B eedint brake lines % %  I • FrllfBf brake system WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings Shock absorbe'S Springs Grease seals Master cylinder Emergency hand bra-e %  P'-f t f (.' C.-i S2 4 Lifetime Guaranteed MUFFLERS <• %  g-a-anteec I .;ur ca'. PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 We da NOT "Farm Out" -'Kiit iccc • net companies! it ^hAROJjj %  I 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. t 5C0 West Flakier St. E~-9 S a H 13360 N.W. 7th Ave. I I 163rd St. II BEACH SOUTH CtOE Dine Hwy. WEST H01LVWG0L 6017 Hi at State Roid :7 H0MESTEA0 30100 Sc-th Federal Hy. FT LAUDEPi^£ 1830 W. Brearc I i .v 6-c.jrd B!d WEST Ptiv IEACH 627 No'tr I MECHANICAL SERWCE k\ AT ALL STL'


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 4, 1965

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Iblume 38 Number 23
I a | >a i Split
leen Over
>-G Stand
Miami, Florida. Friday. June 4. 1965
Three Sections Price 20*
[TEL AVIV (JTA) The pos
Mlity of a split '" the Mapai
U!> betweM the majority favor-
Pnme Minister Levl Bthkol
i Krmer Premier David Ben-
unmi a as envisaged but not
led this wek by former
lister of Agriculture Moshe
i; an, .in adherent of the Ben
Jrion group.
Addressing a rally by 3.000
pmbers of the Mapai minority,
Dayan said: This is not a
i ... to confirm a split it is
f .. meeting to seek a split, But
should not go around with eyes
U) the possibility of a part)
Hit The meeting adopted a re-
lution against breaking with
I ''jt favoring a strong op
to the present leadership
ing to reinstate Mr Ben
Prime Minister
Mr Ben Gunon, addressing
.ting, told the group that
(.. ntinued on Page 5-A
i o threat
w relish Nazi
,eader \\ ill
io on Trial
IOLII JTA Bjoern
the 30 yeai old Swedish
committed this eek
barges oi being .. i arm
to law .in l order after
not guilty 1 iit: ..:il was
after a police raid which
.i Nazi ring that had
id |>lan to kill .i .sue
| and which had allegedly
espionage for Eg) pi
i Israel.
Luneahl, who faces a sentence
of fro-Ti six to ten years' impri-
sonment if convicted, contended
H>at the subversive documents
found try police in his organiia-
Continued on Page 2-A
&,,_jsassiiiiii i1T3 ^aa wp^?
.,
jH
f %m W A
7-
/ 1 t* +tf
fl
I 1 -J
Tension Rising Over
Jordan Border Raid
4*48 CMKFS IN PARLEY PAGt 7-4
ISHAILI TROOPS RETALIATE PAGE 9-4
Off. WILLIAM A. WEXLIR
new president
B'nai B'rith
Gives Nod
To Atlantan
TEL AVTV (JTA I Dr Wil
!i .'ii A Wexlt i". 01 Sa Ga.,
. lecte 'I pre id 'til il :'
B'rith .it the t lose ci th< or lei
nnial cons,ei 'i n,
: tlei pi "i t h e
i I of Sa
\ annah an l i b ii' I he Israel
: or auiiatiua (here, has held
>ince '56, Ihe p. tl oi interns
: B'nai
B"nl ipi the high-
i -t i isit :i next to the pre idi
In Ge* rgia, he is also known
an ar lenl rter ol civil ri
II succeeds Label
\ Kat2, of Nov. Orleans, who was
(.,> ..,! h m ; .,i \ ; resi lenl tor life
Associate Supreme Court Jus-
tice Arthur Goldberg told the
delegates that in an age of grow-
ing resistance to intolerance, the
trea'ment by Soviet authorities
cf Russian Jews was an "anach-
ronism" and that it was a "grave
mistake" for the Soviet Union to
hold the view that "in a genera-
tion or two, if the present situa-
tion contirues, the Jews of the
Soviet Union will have disap-
peared."
Prime Mini ler Levi Eshkol told
the 1.300 delegates that assimi-
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA Ten
sion between Israel and Jordan
continued to grow Sunday after
Jordanian troops stationed near
the border opened fire on the Mus
rent Quarter Of Jerusalem killing
a 14 year-old Israeli girl and a
Christian carpenter working at the
Notre Dame Monastery, and
wcunding two nuns at that build-
ing. Also wounded by the Jordan-
ian fire was an Israeli woman and
a >econd Israeli girl. The dead
-;irl was identified as Yafah Ben
yamina.
Sunday's shooting by the Jordan-
ians at Jerusalem's densely popu-
lated Musrara Quarter followed .-.
' ei kind of incidents along the
Jordan-Israel bonier precipitated
by last week's bombings of Is-
raeli settlements by Jcnlani.ni
based Arab terrorists which were
ii Hour,i b) I s r a el I retaliatory
warning strikes at Arab terrorist
training bases In Jordan. 'Ihe i~
. units -truck at a Fatah :<-
ist training center and supply
base at Shuna, on the east bank of
the Jordan River south ol the Sea
Of Galilee and at limited targets
in the villages of Jenin and Kalkil
ya on the Jordanian side of the
border.
Following Sunday's shooting
by Jordanian units, ambulances
removed the Israeli civilian cas-
ualties to hospitals while police
cordoned off the danger area
around the Notre Dame Monas-
tery and the Musrara Quarter.
An Israeli spokesman denied a
Jordanian claim that Israelis
were the first to open fire in Je-
rusalem and said that the claim
had been made to justify the un-
provoked attack on the Jerusa-
lem urban area.
Ihe warning action by the Is-
raeli units earlier in the weekend
was aimed at areas along the Jor-
di nian side of the border which
b ive served as bases of activit)
Continued on Page 15-A
Conservative Rabbis
Seek Chaplaincy Move
KIA.VKSHA LAKE, \V -
JTA) 600 delegates to t*i
tal i n\ ention of the II .>' >
binical Assembly of Amen, a
ved .c .....Union this week pro-
-.'i'_ that the Commission .'ii
.1 e w i h i iplaincy be removed
from the Jewish Welfare Board
and placed "under responsible re
ligious auspices." The resolution
suggested the Synagogue Council
ol America
The resolution instructed the
Rabbinical Assembly should be
ready to endorse chaplains unilat-
erally, with the United Synagogue
Of America, if a cooperative plan
worked out on an in-
mination basis The United
S) nagog < is the c mgregational
arm of Conservative Judaism,
Sanford So'ender, executive
viccpresHent of the JWB, com-
menting en the resolution, said
that the JWB had consistently
been responsive to the wishes of
t*>e rabbinate in regard to Jew-
ish military chaplaincy. He said
that the three rabbinic bodies
had created the Commission and
named their delegates to it. The
Commission membership and its
Continued on Page 11-A
BUT MOT REWRITTEN
Vatican Says
Draft On
Jews Revised
ROME (JTAi Sources close
to the Vatican revealed this week
that "some changes and modifica-
tions" were made in the draft of
the Declaration on Jews by the
plenary meeting of the Vatican's
Secretariat for Christian Unity
which took place two weeks ago
under the chairmanship of Augus-
tin Cardinal Bea.
However, the same sources em-
/: l that the original text, re-
iating the charge that the Jew-
ish ; pie i icified Jesus, ha -
been "re\ ised" in the
ha\ in : been "rewritten" or "re-
iriginal had been ap-
ed | reliminarily by .< \ ote 11
thi
Ecumi ni< il Council last year
Th plenary meeting of the
Secretariat was attended by 30
bishops who considered 242
amendments tr> the t*xt. The Sec-
retariat decided to forward the
Continued on Page 13-A
Dr. Ilerzog
/s Britain's
Chief Rabbi
Orthodox Meet Eyes
Soviet Jewry's Status
P-S. Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg and Mrs. Gold-
berg boarding an El Al Israel Airlines jet to Israel, where
Justice Goldberq addressed the final sessions of the B'nai B'rith
triennial convention.
PALLSBURG, NY. (JTA) -
The Rabbinical Council of Ameri-
ca called this week on the Soviet
Union to give Russian Jews "un-
qualified religious freedom" and
ureed 'he United Stales G vern-
nient to act against the Arab boy-
cott The Stands were taken ill
res lutions ad >ted at the Ortho-
dox organization's annual conven-
tion.
The 500 rabbis reelectcd Rabbi
Israel Miller, of New York, as pres
ident He expressed support for a
bi partisan bill now in Congress to
permit Sabbath observers in fed-
eral jobs to practice their religion
without being subjected to "ec-
onomic and Other difficulties."
Two Yeshiva University facul-
ty members told the delegates
that while OrthodoK Judaism
had made great progress in this
country, it should not "overlook
its failures." They were Dr.
Charles Liebman and Dr. Irving
Greenberg. Dr. Liebman said Or-
thodox leaders had failed to
grapple with such problems as
Jewish and non-Jewish relation-
ships, the role of women in re-
ligious life and "the radical crit-
icism of religion" created by
modern thought.
Dr. Zoraih Warhaftig. Israel's
Minister of Religious Affairs, told
the convention that almost all Is-
raeli Jews, regardless of personal
belief and practices "maintain
si me ties with fundamental relig
ious law" in their daily lives and
that about two-thirds of the Jews
Continued on Page 10-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Dr. Yaac-
ov Herzog, assistant director
eral in the Israel Foreign Affairs
Ministry and son of the late
Chief RaJ bi Isaac Herzog of Israel,
accepted this week an offer ten-
dered him bj a seven-man delega-
tion oi Britif.h religious leaders
of the pi St Of Chief Rabbi of the
British Commonwealth. Dr. Israel
Brodie, the present Chief Kabbi.
is retiring shortly,
l>r Hen ig told the delegation he
was deepl] moved by the honor.
He expressed the hope that, as
( hief Habbi. he would have the
full cooperation of all segments of
British Jewry. A major doctrinal
dispute rocked British religious
Jewry last year.
Declaring that the "wrench of
departure" from Israel had
made his decision a difficult one
to reach, he added that there
was also present an urge to
serve the cause of Judaism and
the world spirit against a "back-
ground of faith and Jewish
eternity."
He said he consulted on the offer
V ith Premier Eshkol who told .him
that he would understand the ac-
ceptance. Born in Dublin, Dr. Her-
zog served as Israel's Ambassador
to Canada, as Minister of Israel to
Poland, and as director of the
United States division of the Is-
rael Foreign Affairs ministry.


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lames R. Katzman will be honor-
.in Executive Board meetinjj
the Greater Miami Chapter oi
American Jewish Committee next
Wednesdaj a) the Duponi Plaza
Katzman, vice president oi ih'
v lapter, haa been chosen by the
cal American Jewish Comanittee
u to be cRed "for his man)
years of leadership and dedica-
n to the American Jewish Com
1 ltllT
The award is being made
hrough the cooperation of The
Beth Torch USY
Honors Mothers
Beth Torah United Synagogue
v.outh hosted a breakfast honoring
oil crs last week in the Social
Marshall Baltuch, director oi
e i sy program, reported hhal
er 120 teen-agers and mothers
. ere in attendance
At this closing breakfast ol the
,ii Jessica Snydr and Alan
- nan sen ed as chairmen.
Activities began at li a.m.. with
rvteea in th< main sanctuary, led
uhe USY'ers Mike Patipa
as Rabbi with Mi< I
chanting The D'var Torah
,i iti bj Tobj ('n\ ell
Program included a report by
Steven Weininger, president of
'he Senior Chapter, and presi-
dent, Southeast Region. Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz extended greetings
ind Arthur I. Snydor, Mayor of
North Miami Beach, was prin-
cipal speaker.
Program w i I activity i
..it, a n ters w ith | residents, R
Stevei 5 and
,\ ti velj
Miss Hilda Abramowiti and The-

t the Junioi
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Jose i i.- serves as youth
. i sident ol the t ingregal
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Jewish Floridian and the Graph-
ic History of the Jewish Heritage
Foundation.
The function will beain at 6 p.m.,
to be followed by dinner at 6:30
I in and the meeting session at
7:15.
Katzman was for many years a
member ol the Executive Board of
the Ne York City Chapter of
AJCommittee, He acted as chair-
man of the tenth annual meeting
nt the Greater Miami Chapter and
chairman of the Planning Com
mittee for the National Executive
Board meeting of Committee here
in December, 1964.
Born in Com eneur, NY. he
lived m Watertown, N Y and prior
to moving 10 Miami in 1958. was a
esident <>f New York Citj for 2.">
?ears
Katzman attended Syracuse in
iversity and Columbia Universitj
Law School.
H i s previous affiliations in-
clude the following: president of
the Watertown, N.Y., Kiwanis
Clubs; Lieutenant Governor,
New York State Kiwanis Clubs;
past national president. Zeta
Beta Tau Fraternity.
According t<> Hra Charles Fin
keVstein. president <>t the Grei
ami i hapter the Wednesd
in. \v:ii also be the sit<
i. ;kvit. local di le sates ho
Mined from the ni
eetii Ameri-
can J ttee in New Yoi
. itj
Flagler-Granada
Confirmation Set
( ( nfirmation exert ises
held at Ela I ii ada J< ..
Center on S i la) 7 30 p m.
Then e will be i om
mar i | prepared bj Samuel
hollai '-- instrut
C'onfirmands are Rhonda Bal
id Fritsch. Madelyn
Gol lenber Paul Grei n
K ssler I oi nle Levii e Karen
Phillips. Barrj Sedlik. Rick) Strul.
Norman Weiss Gar) Ziegler,
('lara Zion
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Swedish Nazi on Trial
JAMES H. KATZMAN
Podiatrists ilect Officers
Annual election of officers ot
the Dade County Podiatrj Associa-
tion was held last week at Jackson
Memorial Hospital Elected were
Or Donald Schwartz, ot North
Miami Beach president: Or Eu-
gene Weiss Miami Beach, vice
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planted by a Swedish youth, Goe-
ran Granquist, who then told the
Swedish newspaper, the Ex-
press, about the Naxis. Gran-
quist turned up in Israel over
th* weekend, contending his life
was not safe in Sweden.
Swedish police ollitiais disclosed
they had sent an official to Israel
to interview Cranquist ^n(\ 10 tr>
to persuade hun to return to
Stockholm to testilv agamX l.un
dahl. The police official, returning
from Tel Aviv said Grampus! had
denied faking the evidence but re-
fused to return to Sweden letting
the police official lie intended to
settle in Israel Si\ assistants ar-
retted with Lundahl were released
after the Attorne> Geni
refused a prosecution applieatioi
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iliiuiii. second vice president.
er, tri..-iner; I>r. Rich
E Deutcn, .i- sistanl treas irer;
..ni Lav rence Porter n < retarj.
The recant election to the
Board of Governors saw David P.
Catsinan, Dr. Norman S. Jaffe.
Sidney Lefcourt, Sidney Meyer
and Louis Spitzer selected for
three year terms.
Westview is presentlj conduct
i major capital improvements
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ilth i lull, patio li i cocktail
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! e linpnn i ill iiit pro..
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and the installation
newest ol S Kitfaern Golf
Grass recently released
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In the largest vote in the city's
annals, Elliott Roosevelt became
the nev. Mayor ol Miami Beach in
Tuesday's election.
Roocevelt defeated the Incum-
bent, Melvin Richard, bv 10.002 to
8,601 votes.
The son of the late President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the
city's new chief executive, insist
ed "it was not my father's name
that won," as he studied the vic-
tory figures.
Trailing way behind were Dr.
Morns Zucker. wln> polled 498
votes, and Fred T. Hunt Sr with
206
In three city council races,
two incumbents lost out. In
Group One, Joe Malik bested
his three opponents with 7,531
votes. Incumbent Hyman Galbut
received 5,168; Milton Sirkin,
4,078; and Morton Burack, 876.
Incumbent Councilman Melvin
Englander defeated his opposition
in the Group Two election Enjj
l< r tallie ^aron i i
6.640; and Phil I hi fell 969
In the Group 'i hree contest long
time Counc i Frank
I"-' oul to Paul an by a
in II S< iderman
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O/fici rs elected al .i r
nclude
arlene Malin, president; Jean
Raskin, vice president, Robin Cor
enblum regional board member;
Mel Berkowitz, treasurer; Ellen
S H r in a i). recoi i11_ .'(ri tarj.
Auerbai h. coi respondin ; sec
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ic Society has announced the long-
united plans for the special sum-
mer concerts to be presented at
the City of Miami Marine Stadium
during July and August.
In the series will he special pro-
graOM devoted to Irving Berlin.
George Gershwin and Rodgers and
llammerstein.
Leroy Anderson will return to
Miami on July 3. after an absei ci
Of three years and present "An
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The noted conductor and composer
v ill introduce several new- com-
positions never performed in con
cert.
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Volume 38
Number 23
Friday. June 4, 1965
4 Sivan 5725
Shavuoth's Higher
Spiritual Order
Jews throiKjhout the world will
celebrate the Shavuoth holiday be-
ginning on sundown Saturday. Tra-
ditionally, the observance, as or-
dained by ancient law, was desiqn-
ed to give farmers the opportunity
cf expressinq their gratitude for the
first fruits of their sprina harvest.
Later. Shavuoth became identified
with the handing down of the Ten
Commandments to Moses on Mt.
Sinai.
With the Jews but recently out of
Egyptian slavery and wandering in
the desert, the Ten Commandments
gave them a spiritual purpose that
fortified their physical vearmng for
return to their homeland.
Thus gratitude and moral values
ere the hallmark of the Shcvuoth
ccservcnce todav. But more Sha-
th serves to identify Ihe destiny
?.n on earth with the eth:cal pre-
ts of his Maker. In th's case,
I on the occasion of Shavuoth
: ize that their "seli-determin-
:s as much a product of their
i as of their endeavor.
As in all Jewish holidays, Shavuoth rises
above the ancient, practical consideration in
which it found its origins and aspires toward
unification with higher spiritual meanings.
In our own time, the agricultural purpose
of Shavuoth will be expressed on the farms
and in the vineyards of the State of Israel
as this meaningfulness was not expressed dur-
ing the countless generations of Jewish exile.
But for Jews everywhere, the observance will
serve again to indicate their moral achieve-
ment their obeisance to a higher ethical
order.
ISrUVUOfH \ A Pertinent Point
Label Katz, in his outgoing presidential
address before the triennial convention of B'nai
B'rith in Israel, has made a telling point.
Mr. Katz called on the carpet those
prophets of doom who foresee what they be-
lieve to be the "inevitable" distinction of dias-
pora Jewry.
Katz told the 1,500 delegates that diaspora
Jewry "is a two-way road, and there is traffic
a lot of trafficmoving in the other direction."
His presentation deserves commendation.
The "vanishing Jew" cliche is after all the pro-
duct of a mass circulation news-picture maga-
zine offered up as a witch's brew of scholarship
for popular conception more than a yecrr ago.
But popular taste-makers merely suggest
superficial trends. Mr. Katz, in his outgoing
cadress, sought to remind us that, if in less
well-publicized fashion, other trends are striv-
ing today and making marked headway in the
erection of advancing Jewish cultural and spir-
.1 life, a fact which may be less sensational
than the prospect of vanishing, but which is
infinitely more important in terms of historic
Jewish continuity.
(he week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Accenting the Positive
The survey of the English-lanquaqe Jew-
ish press being currently circulated 'see Page
6-A> is definite in the view that the Jewish press
is one of the most positive sources of Jewish
community strength in America today.
The survey lists a number of areas of
achievement without which, it concludes,
American Jewry would be deleteriously "weak-
ened."
But it also goes in for some sharp criticism
voiced by congregational rabbis and public
relations directors of national Jewish organiza-
tions upon whose response to a questionnaire
the survey was based.
The sad thinq is that these sources are
frequently themselves the reasons for the
weaknesses of the Jewish press of which they
complain. Furthermore, such newspapers suf-
ferinq the maladies they list are just as fre-
quently mirror reflections of the communities
they serve. Those communities truly demand-
inq more of a newspaper in the line of siqnifi-
cant information miqht be less demandinq in
the aiea of their greatest public relations con-
cerns.
It miqht be well for all of us to jump off
toward areater achievement from our position
of strenqth rather than from an overemphasis
on weaknesses. It is an all-too-easy tusk the
critics take in their primary fixation on the
weaknesses.
The Election is Over
The election on Miami Beach Tuesday for
mayor and city council opened many wounds
dunnq the hard-fouqht campaiqn.
To the victors belongs the support of the
community now that the race is over.
With the heat of the run past. Miami Beach
may best be served as its citizens close ranks
behind the successful candidates.
The new mayor and incumbent and new
city councilmen deserve this opportunity to
carry out their platform pledges in an atmos-
phere of cooperative anticipation.
Holding the MD Line
A bill introduced into Israel's Parliament
last week would prevent qraduates cf the He-
brew University Medical School from leavinq
the country durinq the first three years after
they have earned their deqrees.
The bill spotliqhts the interestinq socioloq-
ical difference between that country and, for
example, our own, where the hiqhest premium
is placed upon the medical practitioner.
In both lands, the best qrade of medicine
prevails. But in Israel, the physician is little
more than a mildly qlorified tradesman or pro-
fessional; while in the United States, his coun-
terpart is showered with social qrace and dis-
tinction, as well as copious financial remuner-
ation.
Younq Israelis with fresh medical decrrees
are aware of the socioloqical difference. The
government's new bill is designed to permit the
country to reap some of the benefits of their
know-how before they olunge into the direction
of seeking "brighter" futures abroad.
I AM saddened by the death
of Malcolm Ross; although '
during the week surt. tXTfu
few years, we met only nn
accidental occasions jn tt,f
supermarket, or flying
through either drugstore jn
Coconut Grove, each of <
with a magazine or newspaper
we had just boueht There
we would pause, find it hart)
to gaze into one another's eyes, and make painfully polite talk The
last time, it was not even a meeting: the vast distances between
shelves of canned foods separated us. and we simply nodded Once
it was not that way.
I came to the University of Miami as a wet eared tyke hark jn
1347. Perhans it was mv absolute naivete that first attracted Mike'i
attention. For my part. I reacted with awe. I recalled hi- deep.
sounding resonant voice on the radio several years before, when
as chairman of President Roosevelt's Commission on Fair Employ-
ment Practices, he stoutly defended both the agency's purpose arid
right to exist. But a mean minded congressional havestl it had
its will When, as a young I'M faculty member I finally
it seemed I was in the presence of a celebrity Of course I
Mike, by then, was the author of a novel. Death of a Yale V
plus other works At the university, he found himself im
public relations chores and. later, head of its press It seen
me then, as it docs today, that the title of his novel said
sad about himself Perhaps it was 'bat he had had thi
knocked out of him in Washington, We never talked about
I am quite certain that if he were alive at this moment M I
disagree not to be argumentative, but genth to protect tl
of the public domain.
nevertheless, pondering as I frequently did over
^ tune, it appeared to me that he came I curl in upon I
the university which in my own view nevet > n ployed his l
capabilities except in a verj superficial waj Bui then this
yielding pattern nn campus hen and those who really know
the i M except its facade and its physi pn
munity, would be the onlj ones lo react angrilj to this
For they are themselves the victims of the image of the
Mike, in his quiet Intelligence, sought to project That wa
it i> particular!) sad thai he should thus be twice punished
even after death
Foi Mike was more than a public relal an n
the editor of a pn ss which takes its mam pride from soi
pen nn.,.
,i a refli thout
the i lays. He In
in the i i in a kii i< enl sei is and troi
a close then with ui
note horrors increa king to death the exoth
tin area todi
lie visited me occasional!) on even ngs when the *
nits of our discussion once. I did a photographii
his magnificent granite head It was not hard to be since
him as a subject, but I remember being flattered that I
sufficiently pleased to ask me for a copy he could give
of his named Dean Rusk. The portrait has since bung
exhibitions.
ALL OF THAT time. Mike was hard at work on a new novi
^ Man who Lived Backwards." which subsequently appear
the Farrar. Straus and Reinhart imprimatur. In the summer >: 194*.
I recall a three-way telephone conversation with his aditoi N'ew
York, to whom he introduced me with the easy grace of n meH u-
premely adept in social situations. It's hard enough to meel
face-to face really to meet them but Mike could bring
introduction even on a telephone.
He had little use for sartorial splendor, and he was alwa
the kind of tonsonal state that would bring bliss to a cons, :.
barber. I once came to his office at the university, then in
bling. two-Story, clapboard building above the campus post
where we discussed the proposed publication of a faculty n
devoted to science and its impact on a variety of fields My
ment was to examine science and modern literature Mike sal with
his feet up on his desk, which grew to fascinate me as our mi
flow by: he was wearing two different-colored socks.
After a while, he asked me straight out what I was starii
looked vexed and followed my gaze. (Somehow, I felt he knev be-
forehand.) He broke into resounding Laughter. Apparently
accustomed to this kind of error in bis dressing He could::
cared leas, shrugged, and we continued our discussion Th<
zine never came out: although each of us. including Hill Mui
the History Department, and several others, had ail faithfully
Dieted our assignments This was and apparently remain! i
nature of the university, where a -hells, flaura and fauna reign I
AFTER the misfiring of the magazine our paths seen
** cross less and less frequently His fortune at the univen
varied turns; as did my own often. I would gaze at his
the smouldering eyes tethered to the needs oi the circun
world in which h< now lived l found this a chastening expend
ling back of the naive enthusiasm he perceived in tb
in n
When I l> ft the university, I heard occasional report l
"" r on camp:- oi that he was associated In
or thai he was still publications editor The repo
conflicted Then it was thai we took at e and odd mo
n eting In thi nip. rmarki t or at either of the drugstores
<;,"x' where both ol ua felt the sense of di fort arisinf
i a relationship long since dead At such times, l rei
three-wa) telephone conversation he arranged Involving thi
us and John Myer then a top editor with Farrar Straus W
he able to pull it off with such aplomb now-' 1 didn't think so
im. hi disagree with this, too.)
Malcolm Ross u gone and. what seems to me. at such a
agi The year- ha\c raced by quicklv. Once. I should have
sixty nine ancient It brings back to'mv mind the converse.
often had about the passage of time a factor so important i:
and Virginia Woolf and Prowl and Kafka and Mann. And I
her, later as editor of this newspaper, shocking members of thi
ish community because, as they saw it. J was so young for MM I
Today. I am closer to Mike back in 1947 And the sense '''"
comfort, both for Mikes pasting and mvself. is one not easil)
aide, for it spotlights a terrible dilemma: There is a great
ence between knowing what ,,ne is and who one is Mike, w
pus. was not quite certain of the answers to both (He might
yet again.)
But he left | profound mark on me. and in retrospect, thi
lection of him. Ins .....p-voiced, -oft mannered way, brin
beyond bis own lifetime.


Friday. June 4, 1963
+Jew!st fhrMliin
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More than 1.100 members attended the yearly culmination of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah activities recently at the
Seville Hotel. Left to right at the gala donor installation are
Mesdames Henry B. Wernick, outgoing program chairman;
Nat Barth, president for a third term; Barnett Beckerman. donor
chairman; and Maurice Cahn. administrative vice president.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink (not shown) was installing officer.
Beth Sholom Will Confirm 51 Students;
1 am Joseph Your Brother' Chosen Theme
Fifty-one boys anil girls, will be
confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom
on Saturday evening, according to
Mrs. Ir\inn B. Kaplan, chairman
,>t the l'-oani of Education.
The students will be presented
with confirmation certificates at
the service on Fridaj evening,
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daughter ul Mr unrl M h ii irold
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mil Mis Arthur Lowell; Debby liar
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Rlrkles: Terl Sue, daughter of Ml
and Mrs Leonard Rlvklnd
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Mrs Annette Shapiro; Vivian Sue,
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vers Loui David, son ,.f Mr. and
Ml I"-. |h Sllvei ii Lisa Rose,
(hter of l -r an.I Mi- Charles
Si. in Violet Ann. daugl lei Mr
.in.I Mrs Jose Ventura: Ann Helen,
daughter "i l>r and Mrs Kugeni
Weiss Sharon Kli. da ighter of Mr
and Mr- Mian Wilson
Danger of Mapai Split
Over Gurion's Stand
Continued from Page 1-A
the present political s'ruo^le
was "concerned with the dis-
integration of the moral leader-
ship of the nation. Without this
moral leadership," he declared,
"our future would be jeopard-
ized." Other speakers at the
meeting included Shimon Peres,
who resigned from his post as
Deputy Minister of Defense in
support of Mr. Ben-Gurion and
Haifa Mayor Abba Kniushy.
The meeting was concluded af
ter midnight, at Kfar Hayarok.
While no negotiations had been
held between the two factions, the
majority had agreed that Mr. Ben-
Gurion could head the Mapai elec-
tion listprovided it was under-
stood that he would not assume
the Premiership but leave the Gov-
ernment's highest post to Mr Esh-
kol.
Zvi Dinstein. Controller of For-
eign Exchange, was appointed a
special advisor to the Ministry of
Defense, a post in which he was
expected to assume most of the
duti- ii by Shimon Pi
: n< d last w
Mr.Dinstein was previously a
member ol ;i Def< use Mir
mission to Europe
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the Miami Beach First National
Bank as vice president in charge
of marketing, advertising and buii
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Honorary president, Irving Schatzman. Miami Beach Lodqe
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dent, for achievement during the recent lodge membership
ampaign. Presentation was made recently at the lodge's
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W ISHINGTON If the English
Jewish wreeklj i"'1'-- suddenl) dis
appeared, the effeel would be a
weakened American Jewrj
This i- the finding ol a survey
rep M-ti'ii hi the Maj issue "i the
National e w i s li Monthly, pub
I .v B"nai B'rith Without
t)nnlish Jewish newspapers, the
sunej ni i -
I, Jewish organiiations and
synagogues would lose an im-
portant community wide means
for publicizing their activities
and attracting new members.
2| lrh es would be
less i ffective
: I ai koul on m -
ish inten lCr by anj r-xistii :"i
The survej bj Harold Eidlin,
newswriter and c d 11 o r tor th
-Voice "i America" and former
stafl member ol the Jewish Ti
hie Vgencj. .>* based on
questionnaires sent io congrega-
tional rabbis, publu- relations 'li
rectors f Jewish national organi
cations and t<> Jewish weekly pub-
lishers themselves
Most respondents considered the
disappearance ol the Jewish week
lj press "unthinkable Bui Uie>
were also unsparing in their criti
cism f it
They agreed, among other
thing*, that many weeklies are
"doll," "uninspiring," "poorly
written and edited (with) little
or no influence in molding Jew-
ish community opinion."
Rabbis and public relations i'\
peris agreed with the aims and
goals "I tin' Jewish press, but
barely 10 percent law these as ac-
tual accomplishments."
The weeklies were widely criti
cized for placing "disproportion-
ate" emphasis on social news, and
f(.r "sensationalizing small mat-
ters into greal issues'' particu
larlj anti-Semitic incidents
Another criticism was thai most
ia\ored news tr<
Israel" that i~ over
hasizing new items Iron: o
]'.. el
- me 65 pen enl "I the i abbis
Students Take
Part in Service
At Beth David
Beth David Junior Congregation
will conduct the entire service in
the mam sanctuarj this Saturday
partii ipants will include David
Stone, junior rabbi. Joseph Shac
ter, Robert Tanenbaum, David
Sternshein and Andrew Lerner,
chanters
Ralph Kazer and Riva shift will
deliver ceremonies
School students will also read
the Torah and Haftorah at the
Junior Congregation Sabbath l'ar
ticipants an- David stone. Richard
Waas, Charles Silverinan and
Rosemary Falk. who will chant the
biessui. s
Kenneth Ducks. Michael Fried
man. Bruce Jamison and Alan
Rosentbal will read portions ol
the Torah Bruce K.cl.i will chant
the Haftorah
Winds Nedbor and itita Rosinek
will introduce the Torah and Hal
torah reading
, w ere polled lauded the Jl
;,,,-.. ior doing a "good :> es
,, iienl job of reporting religious
news 'Ihree out ol five said thai
without the Jewish press much ol
v h a t is called "Jewish news
vould go unreported
Publishers who responded to
the questionnaire admitted many
of the charges. But they also
maintained that the shortcom-
ings "stem not from a lack of
response to community needs or
lack of personal commitment,
but rather are the result of a
financial squeeze which makes
qualitative improvements dif'i
cult."
\ -u percent reported thai
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I; ,w n< d n m papi rs .
|9 and li.
expressed misgivings
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Continued cjrov/th in the i ,
cf such papers "coird -i
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press,' their rritics di .
Her m an I .
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"T h e ol I
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Orthodoxy is Way for Law Prof.
Tin- \es he
raised from the
examination pa-
pers on His desk
were sharp .1 n il
ferreting Hi- at
titude was ricl
lv professorial.
M1 ~ black hair was -till wonder-
full) robust, although greyed - rumpled. 11 was his eyes thai
gave him waj He relished 1
,1 j at 11. .1 good brisk verbal
ncounter.
George Pickar, professor ol
law .ii tlu' Universit) ol Miami,
does a >t hold classes mi Frida)
or Saturday No one would ex
peel thai he would, iusl as no
one would expect him to ''.it anj
thing i>ui broiled fish at a uni-
\ ersity affair.
lip look the cigar oul of Ins
month a n d placed n carefully
tenderly m tin- a-i> traj m ho
,ic ,\.i- behind him and before him.
'in Shabbas. lie doesn'l smoke
cigars (tn Shabba6, in- dot
,i"il mi nn da> does In- eal
traife food.
Hallmark of Judaism
ms ot conduct." he
rate Jew s from other ideol
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-'cis oi the 13 Arab 1 eague mem-
1 ounti ies opened this week in
ro, with an agenda centered
peilj on the planned iHvei
1 bj \r.n> countries oi tribu
es of Ihe Jordan River, to
1 :n those w atei s to Israel.
I'ti 1 luardian ol Manchester 1
bat Syria that an 1 -
attack took its
on May 13
I the Sj ri ins no ide the
the) did not ri
irn the fire
The Guardian said that, since
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stopped work on the project,
lavmg concluded that it was al-
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work from limited Israel bomb-
ardment.
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porti 1, 1 ipeciall) in Lebanon.
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Syrii protect th< project
ebanon can hard!) be expected
others
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PROF. GEORGE PICKAR
taste of vindication
Lei us perform
hallmark >\ our
lation
Ihe ;: ual> ..- ..
ism
1 kar is a membi 1
: : t'v states ol :;
lass; si Florida
and the D
ght B l'n
>n I'niver-
1 1956,
judge oi the Muni
lot ka He was also
j orney I < pa locka
W Iie n he 1 walls his student
da) s .it Han ard and his teacher,
Felix Frankfurter, he is talking
about >ii mentor.
"Frankfurter's beliefs drove
In 111 to the inv. instead oi the syn
u. Prof, Pickar said. "He
u m > n igio 1- about constitu-
tional an Orth dox Jev is
i ah. Frankfurter once
described himsell as 'a believing
iiniiclic\er.' "
kfurter son When
he la; his former stu lent,
e Pickar, thought to pre-
- "intellectual
-nn while Pi 'i Pii kar pro
' ated he heard thai Frank-
furter hai d the
1 ole of son 1 1 a former student.
lent hi
pleti lox Jew.
The Wellspring
i iporse
1 hen he
Pi kar
savors this tale
ii The "believ-
nbeliever" had, in the end.
1 "itIrmed IIrthodox) He contra
diet< 'I psychological jargon that
explains awaj the search f r abso
lutes as immal Pickai
like- the taste "t vindication.
( ir.liodo.w is the w ellsprin
oi Judaism, said Pickar As a
group, it is t numeric-
ally and the weakest financiall)
'in protect itsi'li from being en-
gulfed by the other two win
Judaism, it sometimes adopts 11
aggressive .ntiti.de about its be-
liefs Bui n .- fr to the 1 >i tho-
di \ gi oup thai l he Consen at i\ es
draw personnel and ideals, it is
the intensity of one's faith that
finally decides which uroup of
Judaism one should become at-
tached to."
George Pickar maintains that,
since the days of Moses, there
were shades oi thinking on ju
daisni Bach of the three group*
has something valuable to con-
tribute to the perpetuation of
Jewish ideals, There were always
movements away from Judaism to
alien beliefs. And there were
movements back because oi the
sentinel of Judaism the Ortho
dox Jew.
Saying Kaddish
11 today, the whole woi Id
livi d according to the T 1 r a
practicing the waj ol life as the
Orthodox version commands
then none ol us w 0 u I d ha\ e
trouble lit,'' Pickar
said "' Inly a small ;n up 1 Jew -
e tin- mode of life b< cause
our en. it so
difficult. B lough an at
ipt in I -ad this
ter, I I e r I ri ct
principle. I to Ju la
beca se 1 havt examin d il
... icall)
When Pro! Pi
di he said Ka lish foi
the lllllel Ii .
1 ami us. "Tl I 1 er)
in perative In helping make a
minyan. Orthodox, Conservative
Reform all of them came
T h e n he smiled iseiv "The
Christian boys they offered to
come also "
Dade Jr. College
Opens on Beach
Plans for Miami Hade Jui
, a Miami I'
1 enti r off ring freshm
courses at the beginnii
term r -ere reve 1 1
:. b) President Peter
Jr.
An an jemi nts ha\ e been
pleted for facilil i< -
Ida M Fisher Junior High s, hi
1420 \.' he said.
This will be the third cente-
for the fast-growing college
which reached an enrollment o'
13,500 during the past year. In
addition to a 245-acre cainpu;
at 11380 NW 27th Ave., in
Miami, a temporary South Dad:
Center is bein/j opened this sum
mer at Palmetto High Schoo
pending completion of perman-
ent South Campus facilities a'
SW 104th St. and 112th Ave.
Some 350 full time freshnuu st
dents are expecte I for the Bi
(.'enter- inaugural term, ae
ing to present projections l> .
Ma-iko said.
Both credit ami none
courses will be available also fur
part tune students Credit will bf
scheduled during daytime at
evening bum -. w ah non cro -
1 ontiouing education cours< -
be limited to evening ho
Beth Torah
Students Listed
d ol .'1
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Phillips. Samuel Snyder, A
Kaj -tinman. Kobe; Vigmai
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Friday, June 4, 19^5
Atlanta Leader Named BB President g*Su!t?S;
For Front Display
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Continued from Page '-A
lion was the creates
ewish continuity, especially in
intries where . ieved political and economic
in< ii'.1!ioi He urgi
tes to "deepen the roots" of
ish culture as a barrier to as-
ation.
He a 1 told the egate; thai
Israel's position in the Mi
-: had unproved while the |
o( \\ \ ptian Presidi nl N'assi r
had declined. He said the confer-
ence oi Arab leaders underway in
iro was designed "to hide th"
cracks" in the 'facade" of Arab
unity."
1'iulip Klut/mck. B'nai B'rith
honorary president, alluded in hn
. ddress to the present Mapai rift
between Premier Eshkol and for-
mer Premier David Ben-Gurion.
without mentioning either man by
He said he was sure both
i t h -'ie
1 of ma j that the In-
ternal politii oi Israel
ki pi inviolate in the midst of
imate ;l 1 11 e r e n <- e in t le
: the foe who stands
ite ..- 1 ai to KnU win)
,,arded a scroll by Preni er
.oi lauding him 1 r his "cfforl -
I mi. Ing closer lies be! **een
[sri el a^.-l world Jewry."
Ben-Gurion told the convention
that "in spite of all logic," he be-
lieved that the American Jewish
community wou'd survive but he
warned that survival depended
en stronger emphasis on the
study of Hebrew. He also urged
greater migration of American
Jews to Israel. He said he was
not asking "all American Jews"
to settle in Israel but that he
felt that the delegates should
se.-d their children to attend
high schools and universities in
Israel.
Mrs. Golds Meir. Israel's Foreign
M mstcr. called American Jewry
1 "reservoir" for aliyah'and "Yid-
tl -hkeit." Citing the drama of Is-
raeli lif.'. she stressed the interde-
pend Israeli ;md American
J \ She told the convention that
Jew- u< iching a cross
1 .. Is. requiring closer links with
separated by VYorlJ War II and
the Nazi ptricd, to provide ie-
iigious and cultural rights to
Russian Jews, and to combat
anti Semltism L* the Soviet
Union. Another resolution auth-
orized the organization to make
a fresh effort to obtain U.S. Sen-
ate ratificatisn of the United
Nations convention against geno-
cide, the mass murder of peoples
because of race or re igion.
The deli gi tes also adi pled a
resolution stressing the need to
.American Jewry, including a "si
1 luant aliyah" oi young Amen- implement the principle Of ('lurch-
Beth Am Will Honor Students
Laurel Steen, Laura t*aaman,
Phil Zeakind, David Cohen, Karen
'aspi 1. 1 >ebra Rim.
Dave TikIiI. Rue Lubow, Paula
Delson, I ?"Una Lltman, Irene Abbott,
I Inda Hodges, .i..i..- Krllman, Judl
-: m.irtha \ tahuler, Sheila
Letberman, Michelle I'arlln, 1;.' i-1-
Schwartz, C>'tithla Paunce, Barbara
v..,;...! Ftonna Flaahman, Jonl Good-
man, Arlvne KruaTer, Bobble Berrln, the
Belt} !!" hateln.
Lloyd Bra**, Sherrl FVumkea, Stu-
arl Harris, Anita Oava, Karen l.in-
dau, Harriet I laher, Suaan FVldman,
KJalak. Ju> Potloi k, Jod> 'or
pnblum, Robin l> Ii :-. Cutle
Suaan Urad, PAbj Shulman, Joan
i:. mil. i'ii, -. Blen Gri>wthrger, men
Kaplan, Lair., Llebman, Debblt
Pla kg, 1 'h> !li-- w, in>l, 111.
< a n .1 1
Deputy Premier Abba F.hnn said
that the proposals voiced by Tu-
nisian President Bourguiba indicat-
ed an emerging realism in the
Arab world toward Israel. He told
the delegates that Nasser doc-
trine that Israel would disappear
under relenting Arab pressures
was being questioned by "new
voices" in the Arab world which
he said were likely to grow. He
said the Arab realism was develop-
ing from the realization that in 17
yean of Israel's existence, the
Arabs had failed to curtail Israel's
territory, to force a return of the
Arab refugees to Israel, to pre-
vent Israeli relations with most of
world and to prevent Israel's
t During monthly family services
. I Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard officiating
oil Friday at 7:30 p.m.. a special
Tribute will be paid to the follow
ing members of the Post-Confir-
mation Club who have served as
assistants in the Religious School
for the past year:
Ellen Altschuler. Shelly Simson.
Muriel Light. Ted Silver. Bonnie
Somberg. Penny Masters. Philip
Levy. Sharlene Malin. Susan Plaks
and Carole Kayo.
Also to be honored are the fol-
lowing students who will he initi-
ated into the Junior and Senior
Honor Society being inaugurated
at Beth Am:
Lorna Uraaa, Laura Kogan, M
Llndau, Leslie Mlllard, 1 '.-.. R
~ tea, Robert i i fttmms
Dubbin. David Goldamith, Bill; \1.
: 1< 1 oh.-n. Stai II 1 I
Mi, hai U!i ha< 1 T< i-
r. Karen Zlanuvn
}:: 1 '
Qoldamith, Amy .lavobnon, Pen-
Kfarc, lUiona -,\. I : \ id L< Itaon,
n Pomeranu, Jill 1: N.....
1 >. hl.v SaUcoff, Noi man \\ t ,.
t-bbie Itodcea, Laura \ ership Training Institute was
awarded Beth David I'SY Group
'" "!,. ; .or selling the most tickets to the The delegates adopts a wide-
Simon*, Wend; south Florida Israeli Dance Fes- ranging group of resolutions
tival held at Temple Menorah on
n Stone, si r!.-. / ..... i lira May 1.
Beth David USY
Dance Held Here
Beth David I'SY held its an-
nual dance in Spector Hall on Sat
urday evening.
On Sunday evening I'SY
had its last meeting Of the sea-
son with, new slate of officers in-
troduced
A free scholarship to the Lead-
r.ational irrigation development
project.
Linking the survival of Jews out.
side of Israel with Israeli Jewry.
Fban said that the solidarity of
the world community in support
of Israel was an important factor
in assuring Israeli's security He
cited a number of other factors in-
volved in Israel's security and
growth These, he said, included
the commitment of the interna
Uonal community to Israel's indep-
endence, the resistance of most
nations to forcible changes in po-
litical and Territorial structurees.
the revulsion against war. and the
Israeli policy of containment and
deterrence which depended less
on population and size and more
on technology.
One called on the Soviet Union
to permit the reunion of families
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the proposed amendment to the
Export Control Act. which would
forbid American lusiiu semen to
fill out questionnaires from the
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Israeli Units Hit into Jordan
> c
5am Wa'dman (left), president oi the Waldman Family Hotels
in Miami Beech, is awarded the "Jewish Youth Ambassador"
citation. The award was mode by Rabbi Chaim Wassermcn
center), assistant director of the National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth, the teen-age Jewish Orthodox organization in
the Un.ted States. Southern Reqion of the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth recently held its 12th annual convention
al Waldman s Hotel here. Right is Sholom Strajcher. former
national president of the organization.
Y1 Camp Lists Summer Staff
The counseling *Aff for the aunt- Jecn Kolber. Irene Pomerantz,
mer day camp program to be con- Roberta Sandier.
rhicted by the Y.M YHHA t Great. -------
(r Miami hav been announced by
iamp director. Hurt Garr. The
staff will be divided into three ad-
ministrative units, serving respect-
. i-ly the pre cJiool groups, first
c third grade groups, and fourth
sixth grade groups
The counselors for the pre-SChoo]
ii it are as follows: Janice Gold-
cm. swimming instructor; Es-
r Lufain, arts and crafts instr id
. and sfnKir counselors: Nancy
ireene, Miriam Kkrtz, l Fran Sokol, Leonora Weaner,
Mice liloch, and Judith Flcisher.
Junjpr counsel) rs for this unit
.re Alan F i I h a b e r. Ariana
v hwntz, Elaine Let in. Barrie
\1 issarsky, Hot ard Halberg, Rich-
rrl Turrin and Vrv, WeUisch.
FOr the first to third grcde unit,
e swimming in-. rue-tor will be
rancine Blake, ami the arts ami
irafti instructor is /aniece Mam-
Senior counselors arc Eliza
Block. Candj Frankel, David
erjt, Alicia Kazer, Edward
'-..iht, J'idith Mimiea, and Frank
.rber J'.im v counselors arc Max
oo, Deborah Levine, Lynn
rks, Jan Morgenstern, Jo. 1
itsky, Shirley Glassman and
Wei klc.
urth to sixth rade unit will
' Richard Taylor as Its swim-
ttructor and Mania Engle-
an as arts and crafts instructor
s< nior oo mselors will Im> Linda
ish< p Susan NaeM, Michael
nond Pa il R i n, Jai k Sha
Audi Singer, .< n d Lenore
ochman. Junior counselors i r e
k Friedman, Howard Hyman,
imnie Kaufman, Manuel Diner.
TEL AVIV V) Israel
attacked a maraud
i. et in tv
Ji rdan this w >k in n '. liati >n foi
i v. terrorist raids from
ases
The Israel rmy spokesman sa I
ids ere a "warn
uirthcr a Hacks in the Syr
sponsored "Fatah" which raid
'i da, near the Jordanian bul
tnd R imat H ikot csh
lama i d and
injuries were infl:ct< I on s< \ en
Israelis, Including three women
and two children.
The base at *"hune, south of
Lake Tiberias, which served as a
training and storage center for
arms and explosives for Fatah ir-
regulars, was "completely de-
stroyed," the spokesman said.
He said the troops blew up a mill
and factory in Jenin and set a
big fuel center on fire at Ouai-
qi'ya- He added the targets were
chosen carefully to avoid loss
of civilian lives.
He said there were no Israeli
casualties in the raids but that
'seven men were injured, one seri

te back to Is
-.

to evacuati
.'i each case i ide cert i that the
er i r of peoi bel
; j ing th m.
The spokesman said that Jor-
danian officials had been
warned repea'edly against the
raids but "these penetrations.
from Jordan did not stop and the
jcrJa.van authorities did not
take ar.y steps fo prevent this
activity."
Thi raids were the first major
[si lei thrusts into Arab territory
inc. la car hen Israeli figl'
plane: attack) d Syrian p isitii
settl
irea been shelled I j Sj i
ii rs.
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Soviet Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
in Israel praj in synagogues in the
se of the year He said Refi rm
;iikI Conser ative Judaism "are not
striking roots in Israel" because
: : el i recognize Orthodox
Judaism as an authentic Judaism "
He said it was proper to refer to
Israel as "essential!) a religiouslj
dire* li l and guided nation."
Moses I. Feurstein, president
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations, to'd the conclave
that introduction of Reform and
Conservative Judaism in Israel
"can only serve as a divisive in-
fluence." Rabbi Miller called on
Reform and Conservatism "to de-
sist" from efforts to "introduce
divisiveness in Israel."
Rabbi M li p also announced lhat
] e organization would establish
a posl-graduate center in Israel
tor advanced rabbinical studies in
Kiryal Hayovel, ;i Jerusalem sub-
urb, for which ground would be
broken in August, lttfift Mr- said
the Rabbinical Coum il would pro
facilities t r ne ly ordained
r a b b i s to do rabbinical reseai ch
studj for .i minimum ol
Vn in.:ii (trothdox rabbis mill
seek sabbatical lea' es I rtudj rab
biiiK il the center, he said, He
Council
bod) in
dii md rabbis for
the
Beach Students
At Yeshiva Univ.
Win Scholarships
T i M 'in Beach esldi i I -
Gerald Aranoff. of 1401 Ba) ltd
and Donald Zisqwil 1315 I i
\v st :> "'- at Yeshiva L'niver
sity's Teachers Institute for Mom
have been awarded scholarship*
rtudjj during KXJ5 'it; al the Is
St id) Seminar at Machon
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staff I made up of rabbis only,
he : -Jded, anj m| .
po'.C' decisions in reference to
the Chaplaincy Service."
ii, (i thai 'iif three rabbinii
. e orked in harmony u
th, authori
and .- ppendenl I tiou
i n to an I in the militar:
establi8lunen< He stressed that
in war anil in peace the JWB ha
been of service to the
tins in nei; ing i h e m pei I
ieir dutie and in mobilizing on
eir behalf the full n s
le American J< i ish communit)
In another n solution, the ton
i vativc ral I i called for "a con
and widened di i
' Ui i hristi i
Xetv Israel Museum Is
Dedicated in Jerusalem
i
i
\I.I w JTA i hi
ted i
'' ;;
nann Savi
'i Mor
n hi I irael and
ere | i *enl as Presi
rmallv opened the com-
niHHi ks lormin \ the Mu
'ntted states AmbiHU
. Bsrhovr attended, and
id n message from President
hailing the eel ibHshtnenl
t Israel Maaaum
m.....- i i
ire ( liagall, Picasso, Jai
pahfa and in a n J Othei
artiata
the official participants
gneete were I'rime Minister
ihkoi, former Premier Da
Ben-Gurton, Deputy Prime
*ter Abba Eban, Minister "t
. at "ii Zalman Aranne. Jeni
Mayor VIordechai [sh-Sha
many of the principal donors
ortiofts of Ihe museum com
! other members of Israel's
rt; members <( Israel's Par-
intent, the entire diplomatic
I- and the man landed by all
loving >pint of the muse-
Id) Kollek, chairman ol the
- Board ol Directors
A-rung the prominent donors
I were Billy Rose, the
itm ican showman, who donated
a vast collection of sculpture to
a garden in the mtsNim bearing
his name, and the Japanese
lean designer of that gar-
don, Isamo Noguch; Samuel
Bronfman, of Canada, whose
name has been given to another
of the museum's principal com-
ponents, the Biblical and Archae-
ological Museum; and the Amer-
ican industrialist, Samuel Gottes-
man, whose family had given
S6CO.C0O for the "Shrine of the
Book," a special edifice housing
the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Ambassador Barbour and the
i nitcd states Government were
haded during the ceremonies tor
the tad lhat the first important
monetarj grant for establishment
ol the museum came in the form
ol $885,000 from the IS Informa
tK.n Media Granl program
The fourth component of the mu-
seum in addition to the Bronf-
man Biblical and Archaeological
unit, the Bill) Rose Garden and
the "Book Oi the Shrine" is the
Bezalel Museum with its ion paint
ings from its permanent collection,
man) famous paintings on loan
here, and bronte statuettes by An-
drea Riccio, Degas and Rodin.
Among painter- were Hem
hrandt and Van Dyek, Picasso and
Van Gogh, Renoir and Soutine.
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- led Rabbi Max J
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ii i leadership l nil ies against the .ii ish people
,n the Soviet Union
The) pledged the support ol the
Vmencan Conservative rabbinate
"tn all those s) nagoi ies and J"i w
ish institutions in Israel which au
i i pi the mon p
controlling religious bodies
in abdit ate
' eir
11\ e and -pit itual i Nil 11 \
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancel-
lor cf the Jewish Theological
Seminary, urged the Conserva-
tive movement to set up a relig-
ious institution of learning in
Israel to attract "hundreds of
modern rabbis" independent of
the Government and tolerant of
religious movements in Judaism.
He postulated a rabbinate clus-
tered about 'he school which would
r.nt compete with tin existing Is
i;,i'li rabbinate and which would
i \e concern for "the future, for
youth and for the world and
which would be committed to "ab-
solute freedom of research and to
tolerance of diversity." and which
K-OUld be committed to "absolute
freedom Of research and to toler-
ance oi diversity." and w h i ch
would have a real concern for the
education and stains of women in
Jewish religious life
The convention announced a
"liturgical renewal' program t"
"reflect the Crucial events ol our
time and relate them to the etern-
al Jewish tradition' Rabbi Jules
llarlow. associate director of the
group, discussed compilation of a
new holiday prayerbook. now un-
derway. He said the new Mach-
/or would "respond in some way to
lite today." He said a new week
day prayerbook, a Selichot service
and a new Rabbis' Manuel had been
published to date in the program.
He said the slaughter of 6,000-
C00 European Jews was a trag-
edy to which it was "impossible
to respond adequately" but that
it was "sinful to continue ig-
noring it in our formalized lit-
urgical settings in the prayer-
book."
lie -.mi the tragedj m u s t be
treated as "an integral part" ol
i Vom Kippur martyrology in
the new Machzor part of which
will be in Yiddish, the language
oi the European victims of Nazi
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Friday, June 4, 1955
Shavuoth Services Open This Weekend
111it-- of Ml in : Be I )> -.
I r I
i

Innual
Shavuoth. the bo marking the i< eptance en Com-
mandments on Ml S will be i d this Sun S inday
in Houses of Wot ship I area
The holiday tails exactlj seven weeks Bfter the conclusion of
Passover. Services Monday will include Yizkor, the traditional me-
morial prayer for the leparted
Some Liberal and Relorm congreg I 111 mark Shavuoth on
Sunday only
h m

IETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rickovsky
H
I
I ,im\ H
.
1ETH.T0RAH 164th St. and NE 11th TEVpLE BETH TOV. 4!8 SW 8th
AGUDATH ACHIM. 6105 Collins Ave
Orthodox.
i Ida; 80 p m Salurri i: a.i Mtn-
li, | 3o p in sii.i\ until sen
Sundaj a m Mini h i i m Mon-
daj .i in Tlskor sei vices 1.3 a.m
AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 7 p m Sal irdaj ..
...ii "The Annlversarj of Hit- Ulv-
i i- of Our Torah." Mr and Mrs Na-
than t.iil-iii "ill host the Kl-'dush
Mincha S:4S ; m Shin uoth In
; 10 ; m. Sundaj SO m. Sei mon
' rii.- Testlmonj of Our Law Vmons:
the Nations." Evening a V .- p.m
Mondaj 10 a m riikor l to a m
Sermon "Tlikor -The Charter for
&h i\ until Holld .)
------0 ------
ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW ". a*.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti,
--------
ETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
ton.
"!> | |0 p.n Sal : in a.n
i i long relation 6 ifl p.m Sh;n
(.en ii--- Sundaj : m .- moi i
Sinai Ri i. hlng 1*65 Man?" Ban \
ih: Beth Lynn, daughter of Mi and
Mrs, .i.i .me Maxwell Monda
1 afcoi en Ii I0:jti a m
"Tl* Tablet* I ragmenl* or Win
i Using -.-i \ ces In i h ipel 6 15 : m
CANDLEUGHTlNG TIMf
4 Sivan 6:50 pan.
i jt ...
dox. Rabbi Berel Weln.
Frtdaj 7 |> in Saturdaj P .1 m Sel
111 ..ii "Count:n- Head* Shaxuoth
11..- 7 p.m. \ll night etudj -
;. Ill Slilnlav Sha -
1 ...11. i i. and 9 a.m Moitda;
- I .1 111 Vizk-r -ii 1. 10 :'." .1 111
\ I < 1
---- ----
ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Vamches
-, rdaj 1 m Saturday p.m
- \ s n la; .1 in
M. .Ii.l.i \ 4:J|I H 'i; ^ 17....-: 1" .1 Ml
IETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniam n Ben-Ari.
Frldaj sunsel Saturday x I." 1 m
Sermon \ i' de 1 edom
Sha vu 11 1* h er 1 11 n a*-1 .-
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho- Ini I- Mondaj I a m Yi/-
Icor i Ii I 1 Sei w
Will N'ol
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
1 .!.->> 1 i". :. 111 Baturdn y 8
Sermon "Formation of
i- ,.i\ uoth sei \ lee* ? p.m .-::. -
|. 111. Sermon Sin.. I' : : 11 a I
T ilh* M -n.l.i> 8 in 11 Yizkor
. n 8ei in--n Ei ri.i-t -
1 v- rlea
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ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W Diaie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi R-ch.ird Marcovit*. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea.
Frldaj : ; m I :..- Mlts> u'.i t'ai
nhtei 0 Mi .1 M St 111I1
- 1'. .. in Sh.iv uoth
Hebrew Lesson
.- n ten
T
Vocational Education
in Israel
Israel absorbed a great number
of immigrants from Asian and
African countries who did not re-
ceive a vocational training How
ever. Israel is a country that i-
in need of trained workers for in-
dustrial plants to broaden the ex
Ave. Coi-sei v it.ve. Rabbi Max Lip-
Chitt. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
oaum
V, da nd S:K. p 111 F!a<
.ml
\i :/.ah in;. Ray.
htei Mr hi.1 Mi- S
11 m Saturdaj s: 13 m Sei v Ice
f .1 m..i\ uoth p mi Suniln) .-1
earl> n l( e 7 .. in, Regnlai -. 11 Ii .
.1 u.n Hal Mli/.v :ili Martin, on
ol Mr nil Mr- Milton Schatfel Sun-
da) l-"> in il.....laj 8:46 a.m Vi/.-
. :.i fs :i Mi
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t-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter.
r.antar Jack l.erner I
i-'i in Baccalaurcoti -. 1-
\ : for lueii whool graduatef Ser-
mon "Scholai ship .11 Um Cro
Sal rdaj I 13 p.m -ii.i\n.-th service*
S imla> >'." a.m. Monda) 8 So a in
risk n in Sermon: "Ei I
Me not t.. l.-:n e Thee Mlncha 5 IB
p.n

:UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.

-LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conserva'ive. Rabbi David Rot-
rn*id Cantor Georpe Goldberg
da? < "" p m Shavuoth xervli 1
Sundaj b mi .- on rii- Revel-
., ||n, \ 1 n. ratoni ol our 1 II 1
Evening Mondaj -
.1 -n Sennon: "> ''int Vour Bl<
in.:- ^ Ixkor v-lcee 10 lo .1 m

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
e
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
Friday 1 1 p.m Snturda) 1 m
|i in Rat
1 in..ii- lM>tti day* Sh
- laj and Mon lay 9 a.n
; 111
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SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2St*
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SvNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "The 1 m\ d na Mountain." M
p in Sundaj 18 :i ni s.-r- .
.... rhi "onutltullon ( the t'nl-
. -. Toral i--.ii itlon Mond u 10
a.m Sermon "Judaism Uead
Alive Vlikor sen Ice I

Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
rantor Abraham 8eif
6:30 p.m Saturdaj *.30 .1 111
m PI Trek through th ^
Bar Mltsvah Melvln, son
Mi md Mi Ti ni hi pg
.1.1 ghat uoth .1 i> mi Su-
I ir-i .l.ii nf Shavuoth -
St. Conservative Rabbi Zevi Green
wald.
rt VLE ISRAEL. 137 NF 19th St
Reform Rabhi .io*rih o .. .
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rr.VPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo Ave.
Lioeral Reloini. Rabbi Mon,| Kip.
!' Sermi
MukIi Ol
ni.' dui sen
FYtdaj md s in p m
It, Nponnibli I.....I. : -I. i
.-, :., ., M ivuoth ii-l" red 11
,i.,i mon To "
Kvenlne-6M) p.m Mondaj lam Vis of Its, will be conf
ki sermon "Pat. Preeenl and P uoth senice* I;.....>l Klpp.
I prayei i.....k for h.-
____. ___ indaj 11 s n. M< uiorla
TEMPLE EVANU-EL 1701 Washing
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Can'or Zvi Adler
Sal 1 .1 in. Anuual
..11 Ices for 1 .1
Friday 6 i- m
b 1 1 lureati
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Continued on Following Page
SBSSSSBBXSBBBSBI ISB
rV77*n ^HiTt) X*7 H5 n^'T P01^ trade Vocational trainin<> is -The i..u- th.it I'hang
u .y.fjy i/jy ^^ |"T K a fundamental national necessity ,u
^X-JST D^k .^SJ?Q nin The Department for Vocational \ J_
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0HEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox- Rabbi Ph.neas Weber,
man
.- \ in m Pi rmon "In Ihi
Training in the Ministry of Lalnir
has organized many activities in
this area. There are 54 vocational
schools in the country Boys who v Evening 6:43 p.m Sun-
. .. '. ,. ,. ,! a.ra Sermon The irt
do not continue their studies after ,.-... ,,,,, M, ., ,
elementary school, receive voca-
tional training in special appren-
tice schools; about 15.000 boys are
learning a trade in this manner.
Technical clubs were establish-
ed in which thousands of youth
gather a few times a week and
under the guidance of teachers ,,..| ind" the Jewish People."" Sundaj
work with wood, metal, paper.
plastics, electric, etc.
In the development areas, youth
centers were set up for boys and
girls; a part of the day they work
on a salary basis, and the other
half of the day they are trained
in a craft. The studies in these
centers are for two years.
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK BAMIDBAR
Israelites encamp under standards bearing symbols of the ox.
eagle, lion and man.
"A good way olf shall they pitch round about the tent of
meeting" (Num. 2:2).
BAMIDBAR 'And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the wilder-
nesa ot Sinai in the tent of meeting, on the first day of the second
month, in the second year alter they were come out of the land
of Egypt, saying: Take ye the sum of all the congregation of the
children of Israel, by their families, by their fathers' nouses,
according to the number names, every male, by their polls; from
twenty years old and upward, all that are able to go forth to war
in in Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even thou and
Aaron' I Numb. 1:1-3'.
Exclusive of the Levites. who were not numbered, the total
sum of men of military .!.;< was 603.555. There follows a descrip-
tion ni the Israelites' encampments during their Journeys through
the desert: there were four major camps, each of three tribes:
one under the flag <>f .ludah. one under the Hag of Heuben. one
under the flag of Kj>hr.nm, and one under the flag of Dan.
The Levites camped separately near the sanctuary; among
the Levites. each clan had a particular service to render in regard
to the sanctuary.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the) Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
6 Who Takes from Whom?9
Open Our Eyes to Truth
<
Vlakor men orfci sen l< in. I m
\nii.l-t I >l ..-I i.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan.
mias.
Mir ha ; m Boti I day 8:16
.i i Sermon: Towards Real V'an-
itj Sundaj 8:13 .. m Plrai daj Mi Sermon: "The alarrlnve of
> lak
'Tli.-i
services 10 SO a.m Sermon.
i- no Substitute f..i Religion.'
Or Olom USY
Plans Activities
USY Groups of Temple Or Olom
.IT T113 yXpO D'l^l1? C^ i wiH hold semi annual elections
" .. Sunday ni
-yiD iQpin ,iQi^n ">yn
Sunday night. Jack Rabin is ad-
visor.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Muml
Ga'dens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
Carrtor Vaurita Neu.
I':i.lii :. 13 and 8:13 p.m. Religious
School closing exercises Sermon
"Where We Go from Here?" Mat-
urdaj v 13 :ini Sermon: "A Journev
through the Wilderness Shavuoth
service 7 ::" |i m. Sunda i 8:43 a m.
Sermon "The Law .>f slnal la the
I.ni of God." Rvenlng at 8 p.m Bei
..ml annual confirmation en.....
Monda.) 9 13 a m Tlakor service IO:S0
a.m. Btermon: "Life and Is-ath in nn
Atomic Age."
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*90 N. Kenoall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
r:i.in ;.:;n 11 in Sermon: "The tm-
portance ..f Reel fhUdren srlthJune
blrthduys will l>^ blessed, Tribute will
By RABBI SANFORD SELTZER
Director, Southeast Council
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations
"What ar* the reasons of the Rt
form Movement today accepting
the observance of more tradi-
tional rituals?"
There is an old
adage in Jewish
life stating that
a Jew answers
one question
with another.
One might well
respond. "What
are the reasons
| for traditional
(congrega-
tions accept-
ing observances
initiated by the
R e f o r m Move-
ment?"
Among the lat-
ter are such
lAiat sum
Heconstructionist innovation*,
modern English interpretations Of
the prayerbook. etc.
In both instances, the overriding
purpose has been to make reluj-
iou] observance meaningful, rele-
vant. Aesthetic, and profound. Re-
form Judaism has never believed
in observance of rituals for their
own sake or because something
was always done in a particular
fashion. Its primary concern has
bean the constant ennoblement of
man. Wherever traditional sym
bols have abbe;ted this aim. they
have been encouraged and utilized.
Wherever they have not. they have
been replaced or eliminated.
Tlie underlying theme is that
which is found in the Reform
prayerbook; "0 Lord, open our
eyes that we may see and welcome
all truth, whether shining from the
annals of ancient revelation or
reaching us through the seers of
our day. For Thou hidest not Thy
4Tops?j .o^pp trrn
summer
Senior USY group is planning
an end-of-the-year party
Both groups will continue to
,T\~DT)n ,fH miUS73 O-pOiy jmeet and work informally over the
.-riiri "?Q7n ,njrccl_o ,-n
ns-i-p rapm QWif i-x3
r'snna jnnun ornyp nyi
n-pag an? t*z-j: r.-.i
*p>9 nvn rrsr,^. ,-V-.-: a
(irsViv nna rma rs-j-n;)
students to be Initiated inti
ami Senior Honor s.H-iet>".
.1 Mill..I
commonly accepted practices as light from any generation of Thy
Junior USY is planning a hav- L&JS& VtS^WS' ia,e ^y.!!*S5S LTSSii^ '^'t^v'S-i^""''^ llHf* "d
ide at the C bar TRanch ;fu-mation. Has M.tzvah (really, a seek Thy guidance.
Retreat in Keys For Confirmands
Confirmation Class of Temple Debbie Zuckerman, Diana Flash-
Beth Am held a weekend retreat man- and R"l Cook,
in the Keys on May 15 and 16. Rao- Formal confirmation exercise*
hi Herbert M. Baumgard. who ac- wil1 held on Sunday morning
or.* **i
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- Mi
jwi I
C nator of feature! dp-
pfjrmi; hfe is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
tririrual leader f rJ-ih
Miami
Beach
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV.
WOOD 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
1?0th St. Reconstructionist. R^bbi
Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOI.OV. 4144 Chase
v L'hrai Rabbi Laon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Fridaj J:1S p m Sei m m riii Jews
Spain." Vi f. mi
sh.n lotl Confirmation n-
i .1 in sin.i uoth n Ii and
Mn/i.iii i:,.i..
Mr ai : lira Robert Meyers B -
Mil ter of Mi
Mi ~ .1 >^. |iii i loldliei u

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
companied the group, held study
sessions with the students,
June ?>. followeil in the evening by
a confirmation ball in the Tem-
ple Social Hall Mr* Norman EJ
son is chairman of 'he Parent's
Committee.
Attending were Marjorie IsLs.
Klliot Abbott. Robin torenblum,
Robin Selditch. Kathy Waldman,
Barbara Peldman Jean Powers,
Sharon Reisnian, Jeff Webiiian
Jeff Roth. Joan Kat/.in. Sam Cold-
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S *M st.-in Claiiili.i Cit'lcinail, Bn-nila ;n n,- mcsuli-nt
Maeht... center Abraham neueman. Fox, Michael Lax. Steven Wein- Chapter. NatonalChUdnsC
Flamingo Chapter Installation
Mrs. Jack Passott was Installed
stein. Sheldon Axl~ Del ,,. a.'., dinner Monday
"'..fin > pert. Janet Anapol, Maine Svluff. held at Yorkshire Inn


Friday. June 4, 1965
+Jewlst fhridUar
Page 13-A
House Committee Signs Arab Report
WASHINGTON (JTA) In a
practically unprecedented move in
Congressional history, the major-
ity of the Banking and Currency
Committee of the House of Rep-
resentatives disassociated them-
selves from the Committee's ear-
lier majority report on the bill
against the Arab boycott and
signed, instead, a separate report
| urging the full House to adopt a
firm mandatory version of the
I bill.
Such a mandatory version was
Idefeated last week in the same
Itommittee by a vote of 14 against
111. Instead, the Committee ap-
proved a declaratory statement
clearly expressing opposition to
the Arab boycott, but leaving it
Presidential discretion whether
regulations should be promulgated
to implement the general state-
ment.
When the Committee action on
the bill were filed with the Clerk
of the Houm Monday, it was es-
tablished that at least 17 out of
the 33 members of the Banking
and Currency Committee signed
the supplementary report. It is
understood that this unprece-
dented development is largely
the result of the efforts of Rep-
resentatives Abraham Multer,
New York Democrat, and Sey-
mour Halpern, New York Repub-
lican, who have continued their
campaign to explain to their col-
leagues on the Committee the is-
ues involved in the legislation.
The supplementary report, the
signing of which by the majority of
the members of the Committee
raises the parliamentary question
whether as a result, the original
majority report is indeed such or
has become a minority report, is
believed to improve the chances
of the final adoption of a firm
language in the bill by Congress.
The supplementary report de-
clares its satisfaction over the
| adoption of the declaratory state-
i ment by the Committee expressing
unequivocal opposition to the boy
icott but states that "unfortunate-
ly, the bill as reported, does not
go far enough" because it does
I not provide for the implementa-
tion of that declaration of policy.
The majority of the Committee
members, in their supplementa-
ry report, denounced as "double
standard" the fact that when a
large bank or company appeals
t the State Department against
the Arab boycott, representa-
tions are made on their behalf to
the Arab governments, but when
a small firm turns to the State
Department in the same matter
"they get a lot of double-talk"
and are told either to comply
with the Arab requirements or
lose their right to do business
there.
Noting that Administration wit
JWY Chairmen
In Report Meeting
Annual meeting of Jewish War
Veterans Hospital chairmen was
held last week at the Veterans Hos-
' pital in Coral Gables.
The meeting was chaired by
JWV-VAVC Chairman Nat Brown
! and JWV-VAS Chairman R e b a
Brown.
Department President R h o d a
1 Deutsch and Department Com-
mander Ainlee R. Ferdie attended,
as did the commanders of posts
rnd presidents of auxiliaries in the
South Florida area.
An orientation on volunteer ser-
vices at the hospital was given by;
nesses before the Committee also hospital representatives, and re-
joiced certain technical points
The report notes that testimony objectionable in the original Ian-
I .>-*n nl t hi, ii-n> ~ml nMki-ilituri
[Sweetwater Names Attorney
Miami Beach Attorney Walter
^ebowitt has been appointed city
rnej of Sweetwater, Fla.
Lebowitz previously served as
i' >rney for the Democratic Party
Hade County and presently ren-
sents Miami Beach on the Dade
ui n I y Democratic Executive
immittee. He has served as co-
kunsel for the general sub-corn-
1 iti e on educati n of the United
State Bar Association, Lebowitx
served as chairman and attorney
for the Legal Aid Committee of
the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion from 1957 through 1960.
bj Administration witnesses
brought out that very little was
done in dealing with the Arab
boycott on a case-by-case basis,
which the Administration recom-
mends and that, if ,:ie declaratory
language alone were to be adopt
change its present practice. "This
would be flying in the face of the
intcn.ion of the
a past president i f Kneseth Is
rael Congregation, Men's Club and supplementary report notes.
i r of v pth Shore B'nai
B'rith Lodge, Lebowiu has served
:,- president of the Biscayne Dem-
ocratic club. South Beach Men's
i lub South Shore Citizens Ass ia
'"'- House of Re| esentatives ,,,, and h;i> worked as a dis-
ith regard to the pn.bl.Tns of ,rK.t (|irri.,.,r m numerous chart
aged, and has had numerous ,v drives,
i published by the U s Sen-
ens Voters I ague Maga Hi also served as past governor
led Senior Citizens Coun ol Miami Beach M...... o i pre!
rida Mai nni In ei ii n t< M inri Bea< h Ki
,,. ,,i Seni itizi ns Mi Lodge, and is a membei
| id ill- I'l ridi -' ior Cil f tin Biscayne Ba> Ma ionic I
Draft on Jews
Being Revised
Continued from Page l-A
guage of the firm and mandatory
version of the bill, the supple-
mentary' report declares that it
will propose ;i new wording winch
lakes into account those techni-
cal points. The wording that will
be offered on the floor, on behalf
of the majority of the Banking and
Currency Committee members, will
therefore be brief and simple re-
the ''Hiring onl\ that the Administra-
tion issue "such rules and regu
lations (that) shall prohibit the
furnishin) .1 information or sign-
ing of agreements inconsistent with
Section 2(4) hereof." Section 2 <4i
is the declarators 1 aragraph of
the bill expressing oj po ition to
the boycott,
ports of the outstanding function,-*
performed by the Jewish War Vet-
trans were given.
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daughters Terr) Lynn Council Fathers only when they
modified text for final voting to
the next session of the Ecumen-
ical Counril, whirh opens at the
Vatican Sept. 17.
The sami Vatii ..n souri es als
said I Ihe Dei laration will pi
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iShaviioth Services
Continued from Preceding Page
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
fwitf C .ntcr Edward Klein
is pin Sen l' '''Ion ot
,-cralllef ileilli ited In <1
I oenlori ot M ami Eh ... '1 Hush
-.., ,,-.'. I '...I Mltst -Ii
ia>n ..1 Mr. and Ml a J
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s. lurda) t m Shan 10th
, >; 15 p in Sunda I
, |n K rvU-e* 10:15 .1 m
1 p.m Mondaj I 13 > m Vi,-.
tvPLE NER TAMID SOth St and
fatum Waterway. Modern Tradl
|i mil Hanoi Eugen. Laboviti
"lor Saul H. Breeh.
IS p in Sermon "It- III
:..- T< en '.-' a
Ii ., 11 |i III 111. ludi
- >.,':", 8 I .1 Ml
entering Hebrew High
r||| 1.. I1..11,11 etl 6 15 p in Mha -
rvu-ei Sunda> u m Sei
MeaaaifK ol Sinai.' Eve-
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MPLE OR OLOM. Conaervativa
17S5 SW 1Sth St., Miami Rabb'
R>amu#| April Cantor Nico Zeldman.
i 7 .r.i.n v IS .1 m Bai
k-en, -"ii ol M M
l.n I no. Mini ha 6 in |> m Hai
I Glenn, aon ol Mi and N' -
I H Sunda; 10
sin .1..1I1 Hen "
.nt T
- '1 \ rmon
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TEMPLE SINAI OT NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave Refcm Rabb
Daniel m Lowy ranior Cnet Gale
Pi ,i.., > 1", p m 1 'niii mal
ft rmon Ini Wi \. .i
11.-\. lal ric in nui Ttin. 1
mal <> riaaf 1963 11 rv-
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TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB. 95'
F 4th Ave.. Hia'eah Crne'vitive.
i"ri'i.i\ 1'. p m Sal 1,. j a.n and
7 pin Sunda) 9 n m ancl ~ p ttt Mon-
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooke.
Cantor Ben Dickion.
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win
man
I da *0 pin Sermon: sir,,in:
ml Strong Follower* Rabbi
w axn n >< ill Install ci lucreajal 11
prenldf-nl Hyman R PoUiah nnd
board ol dlrectoi na,turda> 1 m
11,-ir Mitavah Lee, ---n Mr and
Mi S.im I Imv id-,.II Al.in.
Mi and Mi- I'.nlil I'avimei Sunday
> p in "- nr: mall.....neri U>ea
i nthei l*< aim
next September
There a feeling am mg some
Vatican circles ih;it the reason for
postpi ning ihe printing of the
tied document on the Jews as
voted bj the Secretariat, may be
connected with ;i desire to avoid
further public discussion of the
doctvnent before the time arrives
* for final voting.
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As We Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
The Pope s Sermon
Is Still a Problem
DOPE PAUL'S now historic ser-
mon on Passion Sunday. Apr
I, was not Uttered in technical Ian.
guaye. The Pope was speaking to
( rdinary and simple, faithful peo-
ple." as the revered Cardinal Bea
explains it.
Apparently, what the Pope said
as that -the Hebrew people, a
people predestined to await the
Messiah." nut only "did not recognise Him, but
fought Mini, abused Him and finally killed Him."
u. ictions to this statement have been under-
ndabij strong Various Jewish communitj rela-
lions expt Is ve expressed sorrow and bewilder-
: dam J Heschel has pointed out that
li chargi is the most dreadful calumnj
\. he >, "it has r< idte I in ri> ers
:.. ntains an ashes "
BUT ; :'.., tl helpful r<. ction is
> in
line, Com i !
ten of the Pope's
hi:
haps
nts havi

St. iAn writ
he Semi
: endun
so rat er harsh to
who Jews" referred to by .1 ihn, so
. nd n Thi > were a

all ol the Ji
ad gathered there
. : represei ted onlj 1 1/4 |
the 8 0 Jews then living throughout the
:r Mr Zeik reasons that
r the 8 00 -lew- then
itsidi f l tine, it is obvi >us thi
i percent ews then wall arth never
Id another obsi: \ a
thj when th E\ angi list
tern they refi er to th
d him,
; him. nor the fivi
him shortlj afU r Pen-
SO the hi ijhly delicati and
I i the Crucifixion saga can e is
' 1CS ol us
Panorama:
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
Twain W as ^ rong
pENOWNED JERUSALEM," wrote
" Mark Twain, the stateliest name m
histor>. has become a pamper village.
Palestine -its in sack cloth and ashes
Over it. broods the spall oi a curse that
has withered its fields and lettered its
energii -
II Mark Twain were to visit Jeru-
salem today and see the new Museum
and the other developments, he would
write dillerenlix
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOtAR
Intermarriage Tide on Campu
O"
THE INTERMARRIAGE problem
' ceming more and more to the!
forefront in American Jewish lile.j
has been taken up at a special
conference sponsored by the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropic-
in New York. It seems that thcl
New York Jewish community has!
a good deal to worry about in thel
growth of mtci marriage. It wa^py m
brought ut at the conference, which .i- arranged
by the federation's Commission on Synagogue Be
lations. that 18 percent of Jewish wives and 20 per
rent of Jewish husbands who lived in the I950's
in a neighborhood in Manhattan. New York Citj
had non-Jewieh spouses
Although it is doubtful whether this midtown
area is representative ol the New York Jewish <
i.uinity. this data gives ample reason for worrj
i speciall> since there can be no question that today
figures Much discussion was evoke I
the confer nee by the I t th it the rate ol inl
rr ;i' im as I
inei li pointi I oul thai
is percent of t.hi> generation as a whole intermarry,
Ihe percentage of all men who were or are t
students and ha No data was presented on the percentage .1
women students who married non-Jews. The n
pression that intermarriages on the campus >r
at least a more open attitude to intermarriage is
on the increase is supported by the experkmc m >f
liiliel directors in most parts of the COuntT)
Allied Jespe, leading spirit of the llillcl round- > -
spoke at the conference at great length on tins
object He revealed tliat man) of the Billed direct-
ors report that the number of young people who
come to them for counsel or help m cooaectiOfi
tiieir plans to intermarry is larger mh\ some
substantially larger than ten years .,_.,.
He also revealed thvt quite a largi perCI I [e
ii Jewish facult) nun are married to GentiU'
He blamed "numerous" Jewish facult)
pre] Ihe r o u n d for int< rmai
their Ji ni >h si thei
... oi.. .tati oi >.'.- that '
11 ii and intellectua
I 11 i
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Hope al United Nations These Days
- ."
THERE IS HOPE in ll tin
I niti N '
.....\ lew d si
n through gloomy t
in Viet Nam, b n th< D<
minican Republic, rebellion in Bolivia.
; lie in yprus, deathlj ma
etween Indonesia and Mala} -
Communist China's mushrooming
re nuclear weapons not to men-
>., lack ol neaci betv een l-i ael and the \ ib states
Are those who are hopeful hi e naive unrealistic and
conflict bj failing or refusing to
facts N I .ill
!:.. optimists are as hard-headed as the next fi
i hen I be, ii the pres
i the United Nations however inadequati struc-
nposl point to the possil
- the once

the la-i session of the 11
Due to the stu ol
the I tales and I I L'nioi
for the Assembl) to acl except b> consensus So
voting as p se the i S.A insisted thai
her who is delinquent in his payments must be d<
ihe right to vote The SSR, in view ol the I S \
ilehnquent, having refused absolutel) to pay it- shai
llie costs ol maintaining the peacekeeping ope al ons in
the ongo and along the Israeli-Egyptian sectors, where
i United Nations Emergencj Force is on guard ai
1 gyptian incursions along tin Gaza strip border and at
Sharm El-Sheikh, a Sinai Desert promontory where Egjpl
could mount gun- to hamper Israel's shipping in the Gulf
ol Eilat.
The Soviet I mon. on the other hand, maintained that
:t does not have to pay special assessments for the Congo
and the 1NKF operations and is. therefore, not delinq-
uent al all. as Ions as it is willing to pay regular IN dues.
Neither the ISA nor the USSR would move Irom its
M tin wever. i
ling issui ii h a
i the routi n Ex-
,-ute on a | issui
semi I thi re
on.
reci ised lo Sept l \
rn,n examine all th< | i<
esenl nd future --
port That committee ha
to effect wme kind of a compn mise thi
make it i ssible for the Assembl> to gel tl i
l :- still not certain whether the coi mittee
port finallj bj June 15 Bui that date
matter reallj li it takes until September I. it
-li .in ,i ibution prw i i
Big Powers, centered in Waahingtcn and Moscov urec*
mil.i. in. hul.
that ; app< ars th
. in the proi
i The U.S.A has aln ady i on
vote rule a ainsl the
\\. to mal e > volunlai) conl U
' ii ii ptc;
lei i oi c other hani ha; n li al d thai it
to n h a \ oluntar) i ontril :
a number i i imi oi lanl p i
I iced by I nee
firm the principle thai onlj the Securitj <
-si; has ,, veto and nol the Gens \-
sembl) has the p >wi r to establish a p< ,u e keepi
ion The matter ol financing such an operation
more complicated Briefly, France suggested that he Se
curit) Council establish a special committee composed "i
more members than the Council itself has Thus, while
the Council is present composed oi only n menbers,
mat committee could be made up of, let m s.i wice
that number of members, or even more giving re esen
tation to more member States
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
According to the Talmud. Jerusalem is called in t^ie
Bible by event> different names In the Psalms, it is
.ailed Salem, which some believe was the original name.
iAlter it are named Salem. Mass. and Salem. Oregon.)
A .* '
Of the ten measures of beauty existing in the world.
-ay- the Talmud Jerusalem possessed nine
\i Hireling <> legend, there were many cinnamon
tree- m Jerusalem, which cast a fragrance about the
whole city.

In 01 i temple, the s.iiutum sanctorum, it
idden lor laymen to watt When Sir Moses Mon
be bad himsell earned
sedan than- around this site thai hi- feel might not
trample on the Holy ground. t
After the destruction of the Jewish State bj Home.
Rabbi Akiba and I agues tubbi Joshua and Kabbi
Bleazar Ben Azai \ is.it- d the Temple site 'l he two latter
eeing the destnation but Rabbi Akiba
burst into
"How can you laugh?" they asked Rabbi Akiba.
"I see in tin- said Rabbi Akiba. "the sure promise
of Jerusalem's redemption. The prophets u retold this
lation and W< must therelore believe that their other
pi-ophecie.- oi the rebuilding will also come true."
At Jewish ueddings. it is customary for the bride-
groom to break a glass under foot, M a gesture of mourn-
ing for the destroyed Temple.
Israel's New Museum Now Open
Jerusalem
THE WEEK BEFORE last was
' no doubt one of the most ex-
citing we had experienced here for
a long time in the land where ex
citement has become almost a mat-
ter of routine. This great and un
usual excitement w Inch for several
ii.i\- pu-hed aside politics and ec-
onomics, may appear to some as
somewhat "provincial" But it
. -n t For it was both characteristic and signifi-
cant thai the opening of the Israel Museum should
have had }UCh a moving and stirring effect hen
its roots lie in the deep set consciousness so
often obscured of the place to be held by the
world of the Spirit in growing Israel and the in-
ner strung for giving it expression, it i- an ever
present need nut always visible to the naked eye and
is s(, much stronger because oi the strain and burden
Oi the harsh realities around, .or proud a~ any [S
ruth may be of the cities that have been built, Ol
the industry and agriculture tliat have been devel-
oped, and of his strong and gallant defense forces,
Ihere i- ever present before his ayes consciouslj
or subconsciously the challenge of the spiritual
heights that have been the glory of the people aiul
the land.
And here is the Israel Museum, set on a iiill
linking Jerusalem of the ages to the Jerusalem of
today and tomorrow to be proud oi
The beauty of the setting can be appreciated
only by those who ever stood on the hills of ieni
alem The Museum itself a stud> in form and
function blends into the Landscape To one *de
ol it is the gleaming, modern Hcbrcu Univerfity
pus. to Uie other is the slop,. 0f the Valley of
the Cnoaa, with the olive tree-clad Monasterj dating
back to the nth century, and opt viti Mends "he
imposing building of the Knsetrl And like l
turroundings, the Museum is synthi .- ol the
and present.
'in. Museum's main building houses thi
National All Museum, with 13 pavillions conUu
(standing collections of Jewish ceremonial ab-
Jjddle Eastern art. and collections of paint-
ings sculptures and graphics works I Dun 1
letisse, chagall. Soutine as well a- of Israeli
i- [here one finds, no doubt, one ol the world s
nchesl collection of ceremonial an and outataadtng
ctions ol Persian art An enure mth century
Venetian synagogue has been reinstated as we
the doors of the Maiaonides synagogue oi old airo
Horn ihe lllh century one ol the peviUona .
voted to Israels unique ethnojyaphiis


ry, June 4. 1%5
hJ*l*fi nrr/cffon
Page 15-A
Rabbi Gross Attends Confabs
i K,rr. ..
mi mil c jvn
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, was
c h < (I u l e at one nt the conferences <>i the
National Association of Hebrew
Day School ITA's annual conven-
tion in New York last Sunda) anil
Monday
Rabbi ', r o < s also attended a
pre convention conference ol prin-
cipals scheduled two days before
the PTA convention, which he
addressed on "Strengthening the
Status ni the Principal The con-
ference was scheduled for the Em
1'iie Hotel in Ferndale. \ V
Delegates from Hebrew Day
Elliott D. Blumenthal is shown at the wing endowed
family at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in memory of
treats A pioneer businessman in the Coconut Grove
[Blumenthal is well-known for his support of civic and
le causes.
\nsion Rising Over
dan Border Raids
tinued 'rcm Page 1-A
terro
move
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it
'ili.n with I*
m a 11
i i 11- were
- n rii the
|i ij bat k to I be
ci id< ".'
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t. Israeli unil

| Staff Yitzhak
ri b ni
ction b) the i
against Joi
.., Intended
I 'thati ounti y
jr is used by the
|tr,i responsible for
ni houses in
I pn'.i
i ii Rabin tr
? nita which csi
jtion had full>
bl'ili'. 'o avoid human
i i tbin -t vo oed
iur Mic way in which
i bean carried out
. i > Foreign Mm
reported to the
(' lomatic >tep- t.i
Israeli i io* eminent in
I with "lie im. lenta
:oreign Minister Golda
in U.S. Ambassador
(Barbour for what was
to ce a discussion on
Deoartment's criti
raei s retaliatory raids
in reprisal for recent
3as
)wers
aRTMENTS
& collins a e
945 63 b
raids by terrorists from Jordan
into Israeli territory that hod
caused damage to property and
in|uries to se.en Israelis.
A Si.iic Depart ikesman
w. thing on -- after ..
in: between Si ol
State Dean Rusk and Israel Am
thai
!,! i nite 91 Gi
i -.- an) u- n the I
si i dispute i ;i re i-
l nited Nations ma
chinery for dealing with disputes
the
stall Depai: ineiit offii ial d
Id line, i.\ anj part) We be
lieve 'ha' violations o( the arrai-
ti c or alleged ii o\ atiorts should
be dealt with l> ihi- IN organs."
ilt is believed thai Ambassa-
dor M.H m.ui in his meeting with
Secretarj Rusk drew tin- Lifer- at-
tention to the iony list of acts oi
sabotage and armed incursions per
petrated *>% trained marauders
against civilian targets inside Is-
rael aivl noted thai these maraud
I- came from and returned to
Ionian after committing their acts
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schools throughout the United
States and Canada were expected
to attend the national PTA con-
vention which is held to evaluate
progress and consider plans for
future development of Hebrew
Day schools.
More than 4o< persons were ex-
pected to attend, including par
eats, teachers, administrators and
principals. Rabbi Gross' program
was -lated for the first da) at the
Hotel New Yorker and was headed
"Goals for fuller achievement in
the cominimiu,"
Rabbi Gross, one of the found
i is of the national PTA, and one
of the editors of the "Jewish Par-
ent." the PTA magazine published
quarterly, was named to moderate
this segment of the convention lie-
cause of the advancement the Heb-
rew Acadenn ha- made m com
munity development in the Great
ii Miami area
Theme for this year's national
convention was "Guideppsts for
Fuller Achievement."

Flaqler-Granada Awards
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Bowling League presented awards
last Sunday in the Deauville Hotel
Ragenc) Room, followed by din
ner and the show. "Call Me Ma-
dam."
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Friday, June 4
, 19
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Nothing matches Pepsis taste
except New Diet Pepsi!
Now you can have your cola and
diet, too. New Diet Pepsi has
that famous regular-Pepsi taste.
Great tingle. Clean, light,
refreshing flavor. It's all taste
with no unpleasant aftertaste,
like ordinary diet colas. And
sugar-free Diet Pepsi Cola has
less than one little calorie in a
whole bottle. Taste Diet Pepsi.
See why it's the only diet cola
with a famous cola name.

Now enjoy Pepsi either way... diet or regular
Bo.t.ed ,, PeM-CoU Bo.tfcr. of Ml*ml. ,nc. t1 N.W. Mth Str^t. Mml Florid., under appointing, from Pe^.-CoU Con.^ny. *T.


Past presidents of the Southeastern Flciida Region r| wom-
en's American ORT with the newly-elected president at the
Deauvil!e Hotel. From top are Mrs. Louis Bar^n. Mii. Jooeph
Wilkes, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt and Mrs. Florence Kupper-
mon, incoming president. Not shown are Mrs. Irving Suss-
man and Mrs. Estelle Tischler.
SABEL GRCVE
\ surprise birthday luncheon
Liven f. r Lee l Mrs James
on by her many mends
from the M.. Sinai Hospital G .'
I :i "0 \\ edl !-(!.," :it trie
tel Pai tj planner
M- '! i nd invite 1
lit b .i ood job keep-
r ., i crel that Mrs
I i M< bad difficu! > per-
j :.<< to come to her i wn
When she did arrive
j Birthday"
: hi r, she alternate!)
l laug iter
P iyljs Set- I'M. w .i.. was in <>n
set ret, c mforted her.
'Lilly checking the 'heory
he world is round, Gladys
Ralph Kaplan started with a
>. (ton lulu and hen con-
in to Japan Found
kj a thoroughly 21 h century
t) with modern office huild-
partment stores and apart-
h i sea Witnessed a
Japanese wedding i
'n a Shinto ffirine. had
: ll rood in the Chmzan
I have been blessi i
fed weather.

: m their round the-
ti q com; leted in six
:- the DUli Pal
ert Pallots Four-
i f'.ew t. i -i : lu, Tokyo,
. Bangkok. New Delhi.
Uhens and Israel ... In Tel
V.... hey attended the ten-day
natii nal B'naj B'rltn con
< ntion.
*
I'li;:- : rties fi r bride i i
.. n im luiled a lunch-
i .i.i shower W lr.es laj at the
in Loui with cc-
-- \: Jack s,...
Pa dipped into her trousseau and
came up with .i I >ige linen tunic
fr< ck for i ,. affair Sb w i r
- included her mother, Mrs
Lawrence Weston, her sister.
Meryl Weston, Mrs Nathan Kra
mer mother of fiance Donald,
Imothers, Mrs Anna llvinan.
Mr- Stella Weinstein, aunts Dor-
< i> Mrs William) Carmel, Flor-
ence tMr> Mannie) Liberman
. Also Mrs. Murray Sonnet.
Mrs Sam Hirs.h. Mrs. Sy Silver
man Mrs Dave Berry. Mrs. Jack
Geartner, Mrs. Leonard Plan.
Mrs. Herman Oberman, Mrs
Mayer Abramowitz, Mrs. Mannie
Silverstein, Mrs. Edward Klein.
Mi- G Neijna, Mis. Bernard
nan, Robin Bratter, Reisa
v. inston .
on Monday. Patricia will grad
uate from Miami Beach Senior
Hi; h, v '.ere she was i esi lent oi
' i ( 11. Service Club On
June ii l h- groom's parents Mi
and Mr- Nathan Kramer will
. reheat >al dinner tor mem-
Contirued on Page 7-B
M mi ; and Mrs, times Abi n a seem
ita lotion ol
wrele t: I, v "?d Mrs.
M IHy Frcnk, Mrs '' rsel
no by Mrs. Arn Resnick. Mrs. /
Out dcrj and named "Women fear."
rf.O(/
oman $
"WortJ
' tie wislh FloridUairi
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 4, 1965
Section B
Pioneer Women Closing Season
Mrs Joseph Krantz, president
ol Pioneer Women. Club 1. at!'1
Mrs Essie Wilenskj were honored
at a bon voyage luncheon at the
home of \ir- Leah Notkin before
their departure (or lsra< I
President of Club 2. Mrs
Liftman has called the last
inp of the season tor Mond
P m at 842 Washington Ave
Of officers for the coming
will Ik presented.
Beba Idelson Club, Mrs, F
Gibson, acting president,
scheduled the season's last
ir.g for Wednesday, 12:3(1
at Washington Fed' ral. 1133
mandv Dr. .Nominations and
lion will he held
(da
meet
ay. 8
Slate
v ( a r
annie
has
meet-
p.m.,
Nor
elec
Oolda Meir Club. Mrs Miriam
Ha!perin, president, will install
new officers and board members
on Wednesday, t p.m., in the Motel
Algiers
Mrs Sam Falick. director oi
Women's Division. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Will he install
ing officr. A musical program will
be presented by Mrs Frances
Packer, local entertainer
Following slate will be installed:
president, Mrs Abraham Seltzer
vice presidents. Mesdames Oscar
Zeltzer. Meyer llohn. David Lipp-
man: secretaries. Jane Colchman,
Anna Sorin Bild. Sophia Zahn.
Mina Quaker; treasurer. Isaai
Pushkin; parliamentarian. Na-
thaniel Soroff.
Chairmen are Moetzet Hapoalot.
Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer: child
rescue fund. David I.ippman:
membership. Eva Kahn: publicity.
Anna Sorin Bild; dues. Catharine
v ictorhouse; Jewish Nati nal
Fund, Mary Kleinman: Bonds for
Israel, Abraham Fox: jourr.al.
Miriam Halperin: sunshine. Jer-ne
Dunson: telephon. Lillian Bon n-
stein
Mrs. Isaac Purhkin will be
chairman of the installation
pram.
Young Singles
Miss Myrna Meyer-, chairman.
Young Sinales Group of Temple
Beth Am. announces the
meeting will he held on Thur-
June 17. 8:30 p.m.. in the Youth
Lounge of the Temple. Men I
women between the apes n: 28
and 40 are invited to attend.
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Friday. June 4 1965
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^ By MILDRED G. BELLIN
In the u rtival of Shavuoth wc
mbined the beauties that
are of tie earth and thoee ol Eai h
iritualttj We decorate our
* omes with living green plants and
lecorations in appreciation
*.f i e eternal miracle of -i ring
time. We serve young fruits and
i getables to recall that original-
Shavuoth was a festival of the
first harvest, and for the same rea.
son we have on our tables twin
t-hallos to commemorate the an-
cient sacrifice offering of t o
loaves baked from the wheat of the
fi; -t crop. The name "Shavuoth"
means weeks, and refers to the
ks w li i i- h ended the spring
gi o\\ uiji season
But shavuoth has also a deep re-
ligious significai ce, tor the holi
daj has come to be associated with
the giving ol the Torah on Mount
Sinai in our homes we reflect our
jove tor the Torah which is com-
pared to in ilk and honey, bj sen
dairj foods and honey In main
Jewish communities cakes, tilled
coffee takes, cookies, or confec-
tions known as Ml Sinais are also
prepared in tribute to the Torah
The Mt Sinais ma> vary, they may
toe hard or soft cakes or cookies,
oi. as in Italy, a tilled and frost
ed u afer, bu! all of them are cone-
-nt the mounl
and have .. darker .ire- patio
i, p io n present the cloud wbi<
i i Sinai We can prepan
tin in easilj by baking cup cakes,
either regular-sited or tiny, and
inverting them to form the cone
shape. They could be frosted with
v lute icing to represent snow,
and topped With a dah of < ll uolate
iii! i, ; the cloud; or the white
h ing may be omitted.
Our menu for Shavuoth tin- yeai
orporati once more tin- -> m-
holie food- which are associated
|h the festival We set ,:iir table-
with I owl- oi honey and the twin
challos. Dairj Hod- are included
oi c" ufse \ delightful but unusu
a! cream si up is suggested tor the
first course, one made with pea
nut butter The soup is verj rich,
and another cream soup could be
substituted "1 you preferred With
a main course of broiled fish, the
onions glazed with honey are moat
appropriate, and we have also gug
gested an extra-good Luckshon
Kugel. The salad of young greens
in season, and the dessert oi earl)
trui!< and Mt Sinai cake- com
pletes our menu.
Sour Cream
And Chive
Batter Buns
r Shavuoth. for summer lunch-
. ,.::! patio brunches, you'll want
- rve ihi- airy dairj fix-fast
Sour Cream and Chive
Batter Buns
cup sour 11'
i -;
i package Pleischmann's Active
Drj Veaal
: i nip warm water 105-115 deg
F I
2 i 4 cups unsifted flour
1 egg
2 tablespoon- sugar
2 tablespoons Planters Oil
1 1/2 tablespoons mopped
chives
Staid sour cream. Add sugar.
salt. Planters Oil. Cool to hike
warm Dissolve yea-t in warm wa-
ter in large warm bowl. Add luke-
warm mixture, flour, egg. chives.
Ix-at until smooth. Cover; let rise
in warm place until doubled, about
3u minutes. Stir batter down and
spoon into 12 oiled muffin cups.
Lei rise until doubled, about 30
I inutes, or until done. Makes 12
t buns. R.J.
Shavuoth Menu
Twin challos Honey
Cream of peanut butter soup
Wine for Kiddu-h
Broiled fish Honey-glazed onions
Luckshon and cheese
kugel surprise
Salad of young raw vegetables
in season
Strawberry and pineapple cup
Mt Sinais Coffee
Peanut Butter Soup
2 tablespoons butter
1 small onion, minced
2 tablespoons all purpose Hour
2' c ps w ater
1 tablespoon mimed par-ley
'j cup smooth peanut butter
2 teaspoons instant parve
chicken-type soup mix
:' i cups rich milk, or half milk
and hall light cream
Salt and pepper to taste
Chopped salted peanuts
Melt the butter in a 2-quart
saucepan over medium heat. Add
the onion and cook until light
free Loan Closes Season
Isidore Schwartz, president. He-
I few Free Loan Association, con-
ducted the closing mealing of the
year on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave. Reports were given on all
activities and projects engaged in
during the past year,
bjov. n Stir in the flour until bub-
: ||j stir m the water.
When the sauce is smooth, stir in
th' | arslej and i "' '' min
utes Gradu illj in the pea
nut butti r *dd the soup mix and
simmer 5 minutes longer \ milk or milk and cream, and sail
and pepper to taste Heal just Io
rhe boilin poinl Strain at i no
i soup b tnd garnish with a
inkle ol (hopped peanuts Thi-
amounl -> ves 5
Honey-Glaied Onions
3 cups c oked lin> white onions
l tablespoon better
4 teaspoons lemon juice
l teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 3 CUP holies
Salt and pepper to laste
Either fre*h onions peeled and
cooked until tender in boiling salt-
ed water or canned onions ma> be
Used Dram the onions thOTOUghl)
in a 10 inch skillet combine all the
remaining ingn dients Bring to a
l oil, then simmer for one minute.
Add the onions and simmer for
10 minutes Stir gently from time
to time to ci at the onions evenly
with the glaze Place the onions in
a serving dish and pour any re-
maining gl a Z e over them This
ami nut serves 5 The glaze is also
delicious prepared with sliced
looked carrots
Luckshon and Cheese Kugel
Surprise
n 0
2 l
2 well-b
3 tablespoons sugar
p | ,.,., r; -our cream
teaspoon sail
i cup fine curd cottage cheese
mi.Ik
1 teaspoon vanilla eatrnct
3 i c ip un-1) i rushed cornflakes
2 tablespoons dark b own an
1 tea d cinn.im m
2 tablesp ons m< Ited butter
Additional -our cream optional!
Drain the cooked noodle- thor-
oughly, add [he -oft butter or mar-
garine, and -tir until it melts [n
B separate bowl Ix-at together the
. mi ., am. and salt
Blend in the cottage cheese, then
n-.ilk and vanilla 9tir the no,die-
into this mixture, and blind gent-
ry but thorough!) Pour into a well
buttered round 8x2 in< h baking
dish which can be brought to the
.table. Bake at 325 degs I I
minutes Meanwhile combine he
cornflakes, brown suga r, cinna
inon and melted butter At the
end of the 25 minutes baking time,
spread the cornflake mixture even
|y over the surface of the kugel
return IO the oven and bake 20
minutes longer Serve hot from the
baking dish ..s a substitute for
potatoes if you wish, you ma)
serve additional SI ur cream with
it Tin- amount makes 5 P rtiona
cold. in. i>,..-< Ui
el from 3 tablespo,
1/2 cup to i.i-i.
n Uses raisins lo
Bake ..- dn eti
Kith Iitiona! .oiii i ri
Mos! luek-'ior k | .
ii i ikiI nave milk as an
11.- 1/3 cuf
,i texture, m e liki
, latsed type pudding li
milk is ino-1 appn
Shavuoth
Miss Baumwald
Sweet Sixteen
'1 his past Sa u
Mi- Sol Baumwald
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Beth !
HAmYN
: and will attend the .
matioii class i l year
Over 50 friends ami I
sisters helped the prett] '-
, eli i -ate th' occasion.
Also present were h<
grandparents, Mr and Mi
man Han -e'i- V and P
dmother Mn lenni -
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Fridav, June 4. 1965
+Jewish rtcrId/tar
Paqe 3-B
Chai Chapter Holds Installation
New : :';cers of Flamingo Chapter, American Charles Truccio; vice president Mrs Tosenh
MeH -' Confer nt Denver in~!i,H D^r-.A^, d-i.:____ f".1"": m,s- 'Seph
Medic-;! Center at Denver, include President
Mis. ''. iray Corwin (seated center and Mrs.
Murray Levrant, president of Dade County
Coun< standing right,. Others are vice pies-
Aittiur Silow; vice president. Mrs.
Robinson; vice president, Mrs. David Brooks;
'Cretary, Mrs. Anne Drecksler;
: secretory, Mrs. Susan Schnit-
zer; financial secretary, Mrs. Ben Waihafhq;
surer, Mrs. Joseph H. Silow.
Mrs. Trinz to be Installed President
Of CM Young Women's Division
SIC 'Wf THf. WOMtN- PAGE 8 8
ard Ti inz, of Coral
be installed as presi
i Young w omen's Ii i
sion i nbined Jewish Appeal
" .' 166 on Tuesday, :it 10
Mrs Inez Krensky, chairman ol
the W I>i\ ision of Combined
Jewish Appeal, will be the install'
ing officer for the event, which
will tart1 place ;it the YM and
and YWHA ot Greater Miami.
8">ikj SW f.ih St
Announcement ol Mrs Trinz'
selection was made I j Mrs Rob
ert Sussman, chairman ol the No
minating Committe
Serving on the Nominating Com-
mittee with Mrs Sussman were
Mesdames William Binder. Rich-
ard Brickman, Daniel Neal Heller,
Irving Lehrman, .1 Allen Siegel
and Albeit Weintraub
Other nomim ounced by
Mi S --..,: ilition to Mrs.
Trinz, include Mesdames ilo
Katzen ami Robert Traurig. vice
presidents, No Minimum Division;
Philip Bloom and Robert Shapiro,
vice presidents, education: Rich-
ard I.iit and Daniel Neal Heller,
vice presidents, pace-setters divi
sion; Howard Ayares, secretary;
Daniel Franco, parliamentarian;
Richard Brickman, immediate
past president; .1 Allen Siegel,
Nominating Committee chairman;
l.arne Blasberg, Marshall Harris,
Sam I.uhy. Jr., Howard Scharlin,
Richard Stone and Howard Tim/.
Nominatins Committee
Chai Chapter, linn B'rith \\
ci had its ninth annual installation
al the Deauville Hotel las) we<
Mayor Melvin J Richard, p
president. North shore Lodge
B'nai B'rith, brought greetii
Mrs Nathan Rosenblum sang the
National Anthem and Hatikvah.
Mrs Esther Lerman, founder
president of Chai, and past presi
dent ol Miami Beach Council, was
i! stalling officer Mrs -Max Kern,
past president of Chai and presi
dent of Miami lleaeh Council for
second term, gave the mvoca
tion,
Mrs Flora II Sinick. past presi-
dent and membership vice presi-
dent oi Miami Beach Council, was
chairman of the day. Miss Helen
Sil\ cistern, past president, con
ted the menorah candlelight
ing sen ice.
Mrs. Phil Wolmer immediate
past president, gave a report on
hi i in m in office, and pres< i I
a plaque to Mr Charles Miller, cat
ering manager.
she also presented the presi
dent's pin and gavel to Judith.
htei ol incoming pres
Mrs .lack Zebitz, who was unabli
to attend
A musical program. v
Ground the World," ered
b) M iss Anne K;i\ e
Mrs Newton Hofstadter Dis
tricl 8 leadership chaptei consult-
ant, gave the benediction
Blintzes?
Harmony Lodge
Meeting Monday
On Monday. 8 p.m., Harmon)
Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will held it-
regular meeting at Beth Torah.
Program will include guest pan
elists from BBYO. ADL. CVC and
Hillel Foundation. Ansel Witten
stem, president of the Florida Fed
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will
also participate in the panel
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
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Pocn>ie Tetley I n"1*
bracing as the I I
should I"- I rite in Jewish
homes since 1 -
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K on the package means Kosher. Certifili
Kosher and Patve s, Rabbi lacob Cohen
Suburban League
Board Meeting
BreaM -t board meeting of the
Suburbaj Leaj ue, Soutli Dade
u men'i service organization, will
hi held on Mondaj. 9 30 a m., at
i tide John's Pancake House. So
Dixie Hwj
I'n -. Mrs Man Hertz will
ii I on projet ted fund raising
- for thi r to help pro
dical i ire for i ant et pati
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Members work \ lunti ei at
-in ials, lunch-
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Friday, June 4
1965
Nautilus PTA Hears Editor
Officers and board of Beth David Sisterhood
.vere installed May 26 by Mrs. Haiold Rein-
hard, president, Florida Branch of the Wom-
en 8 League of the United Synaqoaues of
:ica. Left to right are Mrs. Georqe Las-
membership vice president; Mrs. Albert
Beer, cultural vice president: Mrs. Mu l t a v
Dacks, oast president advisor; Mrs. Rein-
hard; Mrs. Irving Weiner, president M-;
Leonard Wolf, youth vice president; Mrs. Sey-
mour Friend fund raising vice
Mrs. Silverman Named President Of Opfi-Mrs. Unit
Mrs 'lub of Miami Beach
combine installation
and ;i 10th anniversary
at its regular luncl i
at the
Si jrmo S n i w ill
the yi
- Louis P nhei
It : ai
; sidents Mrs Milton Olkin Mrs
IE Kern, Mrs -
Hirsch; recording secretary-
Mrs Frank Nankin; cores]
ry, Mrs. Bill Click; social
etary, Mrs Arthur Leibowitz
Theme of the day will bo a bis-
torj (if the club set to music and
rhyme honoring founders. Mrs
I li Fler Mrs. Doug Raff and
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, and
pa-: presidents, Mesdames Arthur
Shapiro. .lack Low. Howard
Brooks, Haiold Druker, Harry Ras-
kin Melvm Richard, and Murray
Sonnet.
An original script written by
.Mr- Murray Sonnet will include
Provision Firm Expanding
Herman Pearl, president of
Number One Provisions of Miami
Beach, this week announced plan*
for expansion of his firm's plant
enlarge its special pickling and
oking process facilities Number
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Sch :: Kosher Products ol Boston.
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Nautilus Junior High School
PTA had its annual year on I
luncheon meeting and installation
of officers recently with Principal
smart D. Wooley in charge "f in
stallations,
Rolfe Neill. publisher editor of
the Miami Beach Daily Sun. was
guest speaker A program by stu-
dents from the arts and homeniak
Ing departments, followed.
Serving in the coming year axe
Mrs. Milton s Goldman, president;
Mrs Charles Binder, president
elect; Mrs. Howard Zimmerman,
Mr- Irving Mankes, Mrs. Thom.i-
Glasser, vice presidents; Vis.
stu.ut I. Simon, recording secret
Sunshine Chapter
Membership Tea
Sunshine Chapter, B nai It
Women, hi Id a memrx
il the Foui tain\ iev R
Hall Mi Morris B< nsteii
Samuel K ips< u esi
- were chairmen
Mrs. M y SI
B'i B'rith \- I
were Mrs jack Goldbi i I Mrs
roback,
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Mrs Alexander Libo
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Friday. June 4, 1965
+J(nlst> nrrMI.nr
Page 5-B
Canadian Teacher Asks to be Pardoned
MONTREAL (JTA) Brother
Rene l.ahaie. susp< nde I
grade teacher in a Catholic ele bis classroom, "ex] ain
mentary school here, who had -idem to the Canad
formally 'removed" from >n >i. ., i.....i ,.'.-,,
The teacher's letter, saying tha'
he and his superiors had been the
"victims of onesided and subject
"iis post for displaying a photo t< be "forgiven for having toler- lve ano" prejudiced information,"
graph cf 11 1;* i and a swastika ii the inconsiderate u i syn
' e in hols an I dramati -ations w hit h are
Jewish ?o charged with painful me-
las been suspended indefinitely,
ind the director of tin school m-
nission in charge of his si
who has been assigned to er
duties The CJC replied "he
signers thai it was acquainting 'he
Joining the teacher in the letter Jewish community leadership >1th
was sent to the Canadian J<
Congress

were iiis fo......>r nrineinal who "the friendly spirit" ol their l<

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Page 8-B
Jewlstncrkflnn
Friday. June 4 196'
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aces

BIG NIGHT AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
":.:- at
i-lub
og yellw
menu on
h tali yellow can
The
:anc-
" El-
Lai
d Mr- Ma M
mail Mr ..r. : Mm Nat
ler M: and Mr-
Mr and Mr Maurj K en Mr
Mrs V line am:
en. amid
men, made 'Hi
THE GINEROOS
h>' plans, but thi- i
Sam Miller. Henrj Ha
\ if .- \! :.. Fertx r, Irving Wex
Ed Feldstei ..n
all the plan* Tiny
..-, to Nassa For four days
ist like a ''" i pro-
'i
ilah Jong set
- ni- and sun t,:n oil-
FOURTH YEAR SAME GAME SAME CROWD
once you have a part> in this 1 most
j affair F -r th. f<
time. I)r Jess and Mildred Spirer had dinner
and wne tor tbeir frienda
ret of Ha) and everyone asks when
da> will be The men pick their part-
DCT from an--n^ the men, and the
women do the same No danger of hair pulling
-The.-. tablea Winners for the men
. team of Mart> Samuels arid Nathan
Mat' .en > team victor- I Sara Mrs
. nkind and Etht M ichtey, Tlv
no living with the Machteys at this point, since
mong oth< r players were Helen
and Edgar Miller. Fkn ind Sidnej Lewis,
nd Red and Samuel Klinoft Alter the I '
in,.v ted 'hi' hand- for hours
m
HELLO MOM AND DAD
I... and Al Berkowitz are wondering when
son. Leonard, who i- < i phomore at I>uke
University, gets time to studj From hi- letters.
leduced that he's vice chancellor ol Tan
Epsiloi Phi Fraternity, tcr, and
rw i a-i, chairman and i rman "l the P bli-
ommittee of the Interfraternit> Council
TWELVE GRANDCHILDREN
Esthi r and \ .1 Mol*sk> ick from
st L in-, whi re the) atti nded
..: their -: ndson, Harlie son of S and Man
nee Frankel 'nly one n
Robi i ..... Stanley and Jerrj Molaskj
Bar in M mphis
will have to be Baa Mitzvah B it I i M
n yel Th j II be at Kran-
dei- University on June li to see -rand- I
Molaskj graduate. Frances Lehman
Left to riqht are Mrs. Fay Tupier, president, Miam. E
Chapter. Women's League for Israel, Rabbi Irving Le
and Mrs. Gershon Miller at a recent tea hosted bv fcl
gues board members on Mrs. Tupler's return from brae
Lehrman was principal speaker and Mrs. Miller offei
dramatic reading. Mrs. Harry Kapell was chairman E
members are Mesdames Jacob Weitzer. Kapell Harry K
living Chesler. Rose Levine. Morris Schcr. and Julian O
Elaine Ehrenkranz Exhibition on View
Now at Miami Museum of Modern Art
HAiril tHKtNKKANZ
Three Girls Win
Merit Awards
l^mdon i'. tut has achieved
erior ratings for her trumpet
playing, thi- i\ ed a merit
ird trom the Dairy Council of
South Fkn
Daughter >i Mr aid Mrs Louis
London, 889] SW >C'nd St., Miami.
enior in < oral Cables Sen-
ior Hi.h School, .ludi has played
trun:;ift since age nine
An exhibition of paintings DJf
Flaine i Mr-. Joel) Fhrenkran/
opened Tuesday and will run
through June 30 a: the Miami Mu-
seum of Modern Art
The exhibit includes -'3 oil.-, five
pastels, -ix drav m. and two wa
ti -i lor-
Mrs Khrenkran/ has exhibited
extensively, with one-man -ho-
the Norton Gallery. Wesl Palm
Washington Federal
Savin?; and Loan Association, Mi-
ami Beach, 1946; The Gallery Mi-
ami, 1958; Miami Beach I.ibrar\
and Art Center, 1959; and the cur
lent show at the Miami Museum of
Modern Art
Her prizes include a second al
Societ) ol the Four Art- Ex
hibit, Palm Beach, 1956; second.
Lowe Art Gallery Member- Show.
I960; Lowe Art Gallery, two-man
-hew. 1961; and I.owe Art Callerv
Member- Show Hail'
Mrs Ehrenkranz has also ex
hibited in group shows at Cornell
University, Columbia M u e u m of
Columbia in South Carolina. Play-
hot -. Art Gallery in Miami, Invi-
tational Exhibition al U.S.-Japan
Cultural Exchange in Yokohama
Mrs Khrenkran/ a native Mi
amian, studied painting al Cor-
nell University fn m 1949 to 1952,
Columbia University in the aum-
n er ol 1950 and the Art student
League ol Woodstock, N V in 1951.
she did graduate s udj In painting
and art education at New York
University m 1952
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She is a member Cirls, Zakkai Chapter, and tutors
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They are Edith stern, daughtei
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Edith has an \Q somewhere be
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Flamingo Chapter Installation
Mrs. Jack Passoff was installed
as new president of Flamingo
Chapter, National Children's Cardi
ac Hospital, at a dinner Monday
held at Yorkshire Inn,
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Friday, June 4. 1965
*Jml$lifhrlt0Hl
Page 7-B

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'OCItlfii t<%f
Continued fom Page 1-B
of the brid ty and
i relativi
tail pe<
ni ca il i ai e Mi and Mrs VV I
man, Mi and Mrs S
Hym Mi : Mrs M Pau
Mr and Mrs I. Ducorsky, Mr
I Mrs. II'. man Ro v
Mi .', Libei man, Mr, an :
l> r.i rgman From S
olina, Mr. and Mrs P. Kranx i
Mr a I Mi Hem j Stern "it i
Bi and Marcie, M and Mrs.
g in-ti in and son Da\
Moses: Bernstein, Mrs Anna Wi-
lon-ky .
Following thei r waddlni
June 12 ai the Algiers Hotel, the
young couple will honeymoon in
Jamaica Both will attend
lege In the f;11
In the audience when Flon
He il pern receives a Doctor ol Ed-
ucation degree from Columbia
University in New Y"rk this week
will be husband Sol and JOi Vlai
w ho flew up Mondaj to j >in
parents Dr Hcilpern, who
taught in the Remedial Rea Una
Clinic when ?he was with the
Dade Count) school system, will
(in farther stud) this summer at
the Menninger Clinic in Kansas
\ 'her visitor to the n
Blanche < Mrs Herman I Pe
w tin plans in -" nd six weeks in
v ) Park, N J She
houseguesl ol ter's fani
ih i. la and Shellj R sni .
their four offsprin Curl 10 -
on g Sandy 6, Helen 3 Gn i
[i.....ill join I
for tercd eekends throu :'.\
oul I he summei Four m
Pcai belong I
son \rthur I
..I C< ral Gal The;
Mil hael 9 M n Samuel 3. i
Celia, who wil cell irate her
sixth birthdav tin- weekend i
i- haj m t'l-it grandmothei won't
leave until it is

i ness tri|> abroad for Max
well '.Vci.shl.it t Jordan M a r h
exec, involved stops in Italy.
Spain, England France, Den-
mark Although it wif- ins
firsi visit tn the Continent, there
was no though ol lingering, lot
tin- was to be a big weekend in
the Weisbiatl home Daugh-
ter Judith confirmed Sunda) :it
Beth Torah Parents honored
the 14-year-old with .i "swinging
part) Fridaj night Sub-deb
set danced and snacked til mid
night On Sundov. folio* in
the ceremonies, Judith again cen-
ter of attraction at a cocktail
party for 80 friends of her par-
ents Among guesis, her
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Sam
ei man For the get-togeth-
er on Friday, the pert teen-ager
^/
rove
v i e an informal Dino sports out-
lit More digi i Sun-
d .i long sleeve choir i>\
Ih yellow i i down the
fr i. Her charming mother
.i fa hionable white s;lk
ut with black c
blouse

Mr and Mi Harrj Zuki i n i
have returned from the Inter-
Bar \-' i iation in
Puerto Rico, where he served as
egate from the Florida and
I lad i "ou ly B r Associations .
He's ii lapped to serve
as convention chairman for the
State Bar conclave slated June
IH ;.t (he K itit.nnelileau Fol-
g the activities attendant on
that gathering, Sue will fly to
the Weal Coast tor a two or three-
week visit with MM Michael, who
i- with the Internal Revenue De
patimcnt ii Sen I-'rani isco .
Hut devoted wife that she is, she
will be beck for Harry's involve
menl with the huge American
p.. i 'onvention to be held her.'
in V'.u-t When ii"1''s o\er
the Zukernicks will turn their
;i \ acation
T h 'i c *ho attendi d will not
soon forgel the Temple Israel in-
ii dinner dance honoring
Dr Joseph K. Narot recentlj at
the Dupi nl Plaza Hotel .
Theme, "Twen s Five Fruitful
Dr. Narot' s in the
: ,vas developed bj Mrs
Rosenberg into a breath-
taking} beautiful silvered fruit
i lighted setting Each
was .i glow
entv ined w i h
r t f ii I 1 \
aves, oranges, pineap-
ples A high p the eve
musi al offi ing pre-
,i mipli -lied Mrs.
St( v elit-
Lillian Goodman is thanking
fi iends for the m > n > flowers,
and cards she re
ceived while a patient ;.t Mt. Si-
Lillian as tn ha\e .one
In Ja< k- nville to attend a branch
conference meeting of the Na-
tional Women's League, when she
succumbed to a severe virus in-
fection Rather than taking
charge of the Torah Fund Work-
. shop she was herself taken in
hand bj a host of physicians and
nurses As a result, everyone
at the workshop she was to have
led, signed their names to a pray,
er wishing her a speedy recovery,
and .ill made contributions to the
Fund in her name Lillian is
so touched by then- l:< sture, that
now thai she is oul of the hospi-
tal and well on the way to health.
-lie I- \ ciA helmed once mole -
tins time, thankfully, by the kind-
ness ol everyone concerned.
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In photo at left are (left to riqht: Max Boder-
man, newly-elected president of TemDle
Emanu-El; Sam Friedland, chairman of the
board; and Jack Corner, chairman of the Sil-
ver Anniversary Ball, as Friedland turns over
the president's gavel to Boderman. Base of
the gavel is inscribed with the names of all
past presidents. Photo at riant are (left tc
ric,hti Joseph M. Lipton. outgoing president
and Bcderman. who presents an inscribed
plaque to Lipton on behalf of the congregation
in aratitude for his service to the Temple
Function was Sunday night at the Diploma:
Hotel attended by some 400 persons.
400 Attend 25th Anniversary Celebration of Emanu-El
Some 400 persons turned nut
Sunday niyht at the Diploma! Ho-
tel to honor the 2.">th anniversary
ni Temple Emanu-El.
Welcome was extended by Jack
earner, chairman ol the evening.
with greetings offered b> Max Bo-
uerman newly-elected president.
Joseph M Lipton. immediate
past president and S a m u e I N.
Friedland, chairman ol the board,
also offered briel comments as
well as Dr Irving Lehrman, spir
dual leader
Serving as vice chairmen of the
silver Anniversary Ball were Kmil
Morton and Hank Meyer Mrs A
xander Kogan was in charge of
1 i si......- Mrs Sam 1. u b y Jr .
headed the young matrons hostc
es
In oharge ol arrangements were
ihe Mesdames Max Bo ei man,
George Goldberg Sherman Ii Kap-
lan and Hei berl S Shapiro
Tribute was I y Judge In in* Cj
with G c .. r g e .1 Taliai
heading arran ements for special
ts
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
at the Silver Anniversary
Ball of Temple Emanu-El on
Sunday evening. _________
Marathon Race
At Kennel Club
The $5,000 Marathon Cnampion-
ship stakes comes up t r decision
a! Isadore llcch.'s Hauler Kennel
Club on Saturdaj night, with the
$80,000 International ClaSSU ached
tiled to get under way Ihe folll H
log Saturday.
Alter two rounds of compctiiion
in the Marathon s t a k e. during
which the field was reduced from
3-1 to eight, the finalists who will
face the starter Saturday are head-
ed by Les Cole's Terry Str.iemer.
winner of both his previous tests.
Others in the field include George
Fulton's Nopal Star. Happy Stutz'
Originate and Western Fleece,
Cole's In Memory. Joe LaC'roix
Our Rae itae. oscar Evers' Charm-
ing Tears and Ful:on's Cold Stamp
The winner will gel $2,100 of the
16,000 purse, with $1,050 going to
the runnel up. $?>:!<> to the third
place finisher, $420 to the grey-
hound running fourth, and 1200
each to the ethers m the field
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Beth Am Men
To Meet Monday
Ben Ch?in, newly-elected presi
den:. Brotherhood ol T. mplc Beta
Am, ai nounces thai a meeting will
be held in the Music Room on Mon-
daj evening.
Committee chairmen for the new
year will be appointed, and plan-
will be made for the coming year.
, a B o w 11 ii League is being
> planned, wMi Max Raskin as chair
in.ui Muhael Clem and Harold Ma-
lm have been appointed chairmen
of the Blood Hank which supplies
blood to Temple members and im-
mediate families
Next drive will he held on Sun-
day. June U, from Si until noon

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Friday, June 4, 1965
M. ^
SHIMtY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Shirley Mrs. Howard Trinz, "itli her perl face and at-
tractive dark hair, doesn't loi k like the average person she
think.- she is. Whal a Utopia this would be if all the Shir-
leys in the world were lik she Shirley, as a shj little girl
who loved t'> read, lived in Toledo during a quiet and un-
eventful childhood. At Ohio state University, she was
active in her sorority. Sigma Delta Tau. A true college
romance blossomed when she met Howard on a blind date.
Howard graduated the next year, but Shirley didn't wail
to graduate
Getting married, living in Toledo, and having three chil
dren. Jeff. Betsy and Laurie, took up the next thirteen
years Two years ago, they moved
to Miami. It was quite a wrench
for them to make the move. Shir
ley was the first to leave the huge
family group living in Toledo
she was the oldest of fourteen
grandchildren The minute the)
arrived In Miami, they knew that
they could call it home The people
they met were as warm and friend-
ly as the weather Presently, they
are building a house in the South
west section
Shirley's background was one
o! ardent Zionism, with a mother,
aunt and grandmother who were
community and civic leaders Com
bined Jewish Appeal, National
Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah became part of her
life in her new community, just as it had been in Toledo
Next week, she will be installed a- president ol the Young
Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. The en-
thusiasm and know-how she put into organizing the "No
Minimum'' luncheon serves as |ust a small indication of
what she will do in the role ol pre-:.lent.
Shirley insists that she has no hobbies: she doesn't
knit, paint or write, except copious letters hack home
But her husband, who is much more introspective than
she. is fascinated by the interest she takes in people and
the way she makes friends As he sees it. people are her
hobby.
The art of conversation has not been lost as far as
Shirley and Howard arc concerned. They spend many an
evening in talk either alone or with friends Hut
there are other times, when they go dancing, which is one
of their favorite forms of entertainment. They also bowl
and Shirley just got the prize for being the worst bowler in
their league. Their family life is the usual one. except
that Howard ha- such a magnificent, dry gense of humor.
thai it spark- everything they do together, making it ab-
solute fun.
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The former Judith Donti i
son became the bride ol
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ing, May 29, with Ra!
Skop officiating Cerenv v.
lowed by a reception. W
the Doral Countrj Club
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs Charles A Jai
0080 sw 63rd Ct and Mr and
Mrs Ralph Ross, 137 shove Dr
For the wedding, the bride
chose a candleli thl gown ol peau
de sole styled with an empire bod
Ice trimmed with wide band- of
alencon lace and a deta<
Iral length train The hea I
dress was a mantilla of silk illusion
with appliques.
Honor attendants to the bride
were Mrs Stephen Green and
shanon Leslie Jamison th Lynn
Penster, Suzanne Siegel serving
as bridesmaids
Best man to the bridegroom was
Bruce Ross Michael Jackson. Joel
KlaitS, Michael Barry Jamison and
Bernard Cohen ushered
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High, new Mrs Boss attended
the University of Miami, where
she pledged Alpha Bpsilon Phi,
and Miami Dade Junior College.
Law Student's
Betrothal Told
To Ohio G?rl
rs. Gei
.urn iui .
ol their
i June, to Gar
-on of Mr and Mi
L10100 Paradela, Ct ral G i
i bride-eled graduate
. School i" I
will gra luate from Ih
,.l Miami on Tuesday Sh
i B neas 11 lu< at
i in e m her if Kappa K
iamma S :ial Sorority
Mr Rovln attended ,;
gity mi Pennsylvania
from the University of Mi u
,i BA degree In 1981 and
uate fr< m the Univcrnt) ol M
Law School this month a th
l.I.B degree He i- a membei
Phi Epsilon Pi Social Ki .it.
and Phi Alpha Delta Legal 1
nity
A late summer wedding i-
iny planned
\\ i, r K.ilir
MRS. IUKE 0SS
Her major i- elementar> educa
tion.
Mr. Boss is also a graduate Of
Coral Cables High. He attended
the I niversitj of Florida, where
he pledged Pi Lambda Phi Fi.t
entity, and will receive a Bachelor
ience deuce lrom the Univer-
sitj of Miami in June.
Following a honeymoon In Jamai-
ca, the couple will .spend the sum
mer in Miami and Iheu plan to live
in Philadelphia, where he will at-
tend professional school.
Town Hall
Forum Friday
If You are Arrest elWhat ar
Your Rights?" will bo discu.....I
for the Pc.iplo Speak Town Hal
Forum on Friday, 8 p.m.. in W
ingtOfl Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ava,
Panel include- Judge Fred
Barad. of Metropohtan i
BiK'ky Pomerance. Chief of Pi
Miami Beach; l.t Walter R I
Ding, Miami Beach Police l>.
meat; Herbert Heiken. attoi
and member of the board direi l
Florida Civil Liberties Uni< n
SfetaAci
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MISS KONHIl CROSS
Gross, Meltzer
Plan for 1966
Mr. and Mrs Allen B. Grow,
9250 SW .v>th Tor. have announced
the engagement of their daughter.
Bonnie Irene, to Lewis Nathan
Meltzer. The future bridegr torn
is the son if Mr and Mrs David
Meltzer. ML';. SW 18th Si
The bride t'i !> aduate Ol
Southwest Miami High, where she
received award- in social studies
and citizen hip and will attend
Miami Dade Junii r i ollege tins
summer, she i- a past president ot
Tau- BBC,
Her fiance i- an alumnus ol Mi
ami Senior High and Miami Da I
Junior College He is presentlj ma-
ng in accounting at the Univer-
sity of Miami
A June wedding in 1966 is plan
tie I i r the couple
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Jewlst fhrHlrm
Paqe 9-B
M/SS HUAINl HORODNEft
Horodner, Clein
betrothal Told
\ mi trinter wedd n | plan
'" d ">; Hi lame B mice Horodner
David Joseph Cli en-
a emenl has been announce I bj
the futun bride's parents Mr and
Mr- Hank Horodner
A graduate ol Southwest Senioi
High, the bride-elect belonged to
Delta I'm Gamma a YMHA so-
rority, and United Synagogue
Youth
Nov attending Miami Dade Jun-
ior College, she plans lo earn a
degree in education at the Uni-
versity of Miami Her social so-
roritj i.s Taw Sigma Chi
Son ot Mr and Mi. Berry Clein,
the prospective bridegro n j
uated from Miami Senior "i h n
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col
lege Ho is a Sigma Rho alumni.
Date of thi" nuptials is Dec 26.
Temple Zion Will Install Officers
^t Late Friday Services This Weekend
Installation of officers of Temple
Zion will take place during late
F r ida > evening sen ices this
eken I the Temple
Hyman R. Potash will bemn his
fourth t< rm aa president oi the
[regation and head j Hoard of
ecton of some 5o members
Other l lf..-ers to '' in~taller! are
J -- I til r, in -t vice president:
Bei rd Liebei man second
v ie president; Jack Silver, third
ent; Michael Slotnick,
rdil Martin Mam.
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Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual
leader, will serve as Installing of-
ficer at the ceremonies scheduled
during the 8:30 p.m. service.
Committee chairmen are Nat
K< nsch and Seymour Drexler. rit-
ual; lien Block, house; Sam Steph-
BHS and Joe Rabbins, you'll; I)r
i eonard Lapinschn education;
Morris Marlin, legal; Robert Mar-
golin, membership. I' h i 1 b e r I
Marks, program; Max Pewliger,
building; Bernard Supworth, Inter-
ment.
Members at large are George
Klein, Morns Levitt. Irwin Filter
las, Ernest Anduh. Herbert Wein
er. Dr. Harold Goldstein. Dr.
James Jablon. Irwin Samuels. Mor-
ris Weiss and Donald Berkowitz.
Trustees are Bernard Serkin.
chairman of the board, and Sam
Bader, Dr. Seymour Beiser. Will
ud Bender. Sam Berger. Benja
min Berkowitx. Sol Berlin. Benja
in Block. Arnold Brass. Jack
Deutchman. David Dresner. Sey-
mour Drexler, Sidney Falk. Sidney
(ioMbaum, Irving Greenberg, Lou-
is Grossman, Mel Haber
Martin Hammer. Abe Kaplan,
Nathan Keusch, Dr. Leonard Lap-
insohn, Gerald Laub, Dr. Bernard
Ueberman, Morris Marlin. David
Mermelstein. Max Pawliger, Louis
Phillips, Hyman Potash. Howard
Preuss, David Richard. Fred
Kohrich. Aanm Rosenberg, Joseph
inns
Irwin Samuels, Murray Semmel-
macker, Bernard Serkin, Reuben
serkin, Fred Soherer, Henry Sha-
piro, Jack Silver, Steven Simon,
Michael Slotnick. Max Stein. Sam
Stephans, Bernard Supworth, Jesse
reitler, l>r Fred Wasserman, Sam
Wenig, Judge Irving Yelen
At the annual installation of officers of the
Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi Women at the
Starliqht Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
are (left tn riaht) Mesdames Arthur Roth,
membership vice president; Donald Schraqer,
fund-raising vice president; Theodore Sako-
witz, president for her second term; Alfred
Stone, reqional coordinator and installing of-
ficer; and Nathan Miller, chairman of the day-
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Morns
Sokol, proqram vice president; Bernard Gel-
bert, recording secretary, Harold Zelkowitz.
social secretary; Samuel Ersoff, public rela-
tions; Leo Oster. financial secretary; Max
Nuhomovic. treasurer; and Miss Sara Mae
Geltner, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Silverman To Conduct Meet For Beth Sholom
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. of 5070
No. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, newly
elected president of the Sisterhood
cf Temple Beth Sholom. will hold
her first board meeting at her
home on Wednesday, 10 a.m..
throui'ih lunch.
Mrs Silverman. a native of Chi-
cago, came here in 1955. She has
a degree in Business Administra-
tion from the L'niversity of Illi-
nois Active in the National Coun
cil cf Jewish Women. Hadassah.
ORT. and ML Sinai Hospital. Mrs.
Silverman has served as a vice
president of Beth Sholom Sister-
hood, and this past season a.- chair-
man of its Festival of Arts.
Mrs Silverman succeeds Mrs.
Leo Levin as Sisterhood president.
Committee Board Meeting
Employ the Handicapped Commit-
tee Board members have a lunch-
eon meeting June 7 at the Robin
Hood Inn. Al K Horn, president,
said the meeting is the regular
montfhly get together to go over
cut-en; business.
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Reservations are being taken by
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+Jenlsl) ntrldlar
Friday. June 4. 1965
iArmincjk
SILVER anniversary Ball ol
npl Bmanu-El was hei I
> evening al the Diplomat
Chairman 11 le event wa<
lack Carner For the special oc
.,-i.x\. \ii- ( .ii! er chose an em
raid green and white .-ilk prim
gown with a nairou pleated bor-
n her matching stole. Sirs
Irving Lehrman's sea-foam Muc
ieau de soie had a hip-length
matching jacket with a jewel-en-
rusted border Her daughter.
I -. Rosalind Lehrman. was in a
satin brocade sheath with a
:1ared cut-away jacket lined in
scat i
the neckline
Mi rris Lapidus had hei
i n design) d from an Indian
.: i combinin p u r p l e. black,
met shocking pink silk, all ol
i uh were ei lered with
imall Her li
ace was ol >ven Id, .,-
ere the mdti I earrin ..- Mrs
k -ilk
was jet-ji el-en
sled : i n k chii: worn
Mrs Ji eph A }
j< eled e v ith a
i *kir Mr* J
wl RS. Sam
" featured
Luby's white silk
a border print ol
red i pp>< i. and her chiffon stole
was m the deep poppy color.
Black velvet empire bodtee, white
brocaded skirt, and a touch ol
fringed pink at the waist was
Mrs Barbara Wynn's choice for
the evening. Mrs Reuben Levin
chose a turquoise-colored dynas
tv -ilk b roc a d e Witt ~' tow-
el neckline A G o > a rei
a with b i i
the decollete neckline
n bs Mrs M turice Fur
,\li ][ o a r d Hall i
I ,:; feature I
. | brocade in
no the V ni ckline
the iront of her g n, and als i
trimming her floor-length
\ turquoise silk shar
Thail ind w as worn bj Mi Mey
er B Markf Silver i
beads trimmed ie
ill- Forresl chose ice pink
silk crepe with a satin empire
waistline and cowled I ack Porce
lain blue with a butterflj pal
terned in cade w as leen on Mrs
- nger Shocking pink sat-
in wit h a Jeweled bodice was
worn bs Mrs Aaron Fair Mrs
Harrj Levj looked lovely in her
powder blue chiffon gown. Her
ii or leng i c a p e was Jew< led
across the throat line and cut
i rystals created a fringe trim on
her bodice
' cade is w ot n by
Ma.
\ Smith Her |
lied in in t h i
-kn I .. ii. ollete b lice, and i
i cut-: ay-styli
ileeve jacket Shocking pink mat-
lesse ted by Mrs Bea
trice Kin- The gown and match
ng lull length coaehraan c i I
were worn when she attended
President Johnson's Inaugural
..in Mrs Bckward Melniefcer's
.'. ite silk crepe gown featured
hinestone sprinkled Bavarian
lace over a nude illusion bodice
White silk organza, with embroid-
ered red carnations -cattered
tver hei gown and stole was
a urn bj Dr Edna Lavitt
Max Boderman was in a
.vhite peau de soie gown wit'i
chiffon panniers to the floor. Hei
lighter, Miss Florence Boder
in, clmse an American Beaut}
l: se gi n with a satin empki
waist, chiffon skirt, and chiffon
tunce down the hack Anqther
iter, Miss Barbara Boder
man, was in ice blue chiffon
with white silver and '.due jew-
els on her empire bodice Mr-
lack Falk's embossed imported
print had multi colored spring
flower- topped with an avocado
I een chiffon stole she bought
the gown on her recent trip to
Israel
Ou'standing was the gold en
semble worn b; Mrs Maurice
Prager \iw satin sheath gown
- under a cat of net on which
i ere embroidered g <\6 and sil-
ver leave- 'i bug Ii beads M: -
tliKon Smith chose a pink satin
n with purple [locked flowers,
l a matching waist-length jac-
ket Oversized hand-painted red
were teal 11 ed On the -kirl
lira Mai ice w.ills'- white
i- m own
Dr. Irving Lehrman (left) congratulates two students ol the Tem-
ple Emanu-El Religious School on the special awards mey re-
ceived at the community graduation sponsored by the Bu
reau of Jewish Education on May 20 at Beth David. Shown
with Rabbi Lehrman are Alex, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zehck
Gimelstein. who won the Jewish Educators Council prize, and
Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mizrahi. who received the
Jacob and Adele Kaplan Rabbinical Award. The ceremonies
culminated six years of study. Other graduates of the Emanu-
El Religious School are Teresa, daughter of Mr. nod Mrv Jos-
eph Bachus Marti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris
Aviel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Malki; Mindv dauahter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick; Bemard, son ^f Mr. and Mrs
Aaron Nusbaum: Norman sen of Dr. and Mts. Paul Plotkin,
and Frederic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weitz.
Emanu-El Sets Confirmation
MRS. MURRAY KAYE
'Sister of the Yr'
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood Picks
Mrs. Kaye as "Sister of the Year*
Traditional confirmation services
ill be held at Tempi Rn Bnu '"'
Sunda) fn -i daj of Shavuoth,
at 10 30 a m Dr lr i I
v ill greel the confirman Is at the
altai
.iniand- will particip
a presentation .untied "The Jew
[ah Year Mi Tamar Brenner
.- 1965 class president, and class
valedictorians are Marlei e Kro
vets and Mind) Mitnick
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Luncheon will be held at the
Rontainebleau Hotel following the
confirmation sen ice
Ti mpib i>i" OlOfll Sisterhood has
chosen Mrs Murray Kaye BS
ter Of the Veai" for IMS 1966
The award is made annually to
the member who. in the opinion ot
a committee this year headed hv
Mr- Hubert Parent, ha- made an
outstanding contribution to the
Temple and Sisterhood
Mrs Kaye received her plaque
at Hi. Sisterhood donoi luncheon
held recentlj at the Deauville
Hold
Mrs Kaye was born In Brooklyn,
N Y and attended New Utrecht
Huh School there While living in
New York, she was active in the
Benjamin N. Cardoza Rebekah
Lodge "f the United Odd-Fellows
Of America She held the posili.ni
ol noble grand (president).
She and her family arrived in
Miami in 19.S5. and became ai
live at Temple Or Olom in 1950
During these year-, she waa presi
dent ol Ihe Si-terhooi 1962 1963
and corresponding secretary and
financial secretary ol the Temple,
She i- presently a member of the
tcrbood's Board ol Directors
in charge of the Combined Cam
paign for the Torata Fond and Re
licence Hall of the Jewish Theolo
gical Seminary she i- also corro-
-i m1111 secretary for the Florida
Branch. National Women's League
el the tinted Synagogue of Ameri-
ca, and the originator of the "Tree
ol Life*' project for Temple Or
olom
Mrs Kaye is the mother ol
three -on.-. David. Joel and Ed-
ward, and grandmother ol two,
Rust) and Steven. Her liu-l-an
Murray, is financial secretsI") of
the Brotherhood

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- p e n i the day dancing, dining,
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Onl> disappointment ol the day
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Mi sinai Hospital with an ap
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Another casualtj at iii Porte,
Mrs (ertrude Si lomon Women's
club president, also confined to
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she'll be p r eaidi n .. hen the
group's next meeting rolls around
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Page 11 -E
iple Or Olom Graduation Held
bi p I p o r o I o m 'i e l 'i
Ijiiian ceremonies for its fcur
r arten classes on Tturrsda)
n :. 7 p in ;il the Temple.
i classes are conducted by the
Humes Alfred Feinglass, Na-
siditch. Abner Solomon, and
ettj Traurig, assisted by Mrs
H Edelman
Hr of the c (i ng re ga 11 o n,
tied tile "graduati n diplo-
mas," assisted bj Mrs Saul Pen
ck. sen director.
Music tvas i> r o v i d e d by Mrs.
SnI Colsky, rhythm teacher for the
-< hool.
The entire kindergarten staff
ond school participated in an end
of-the-year p icn i c Tuesdaj at
Matheson Hammock This marks
the i lose ol sen ol activities al
fern pie Or Olom.
Hi Class to be Confirmed at Shavuoth
rvices in Temple Israel This Sunday
ifrrmation services ;d TampU
pi of Greater Minim will take
on Shavuoth morning, Sun
10 am
ie 89th class of Greater
nil"-; second oldest synagogue
take part in an original sen
en ated by Dr Joseph l>
t. with the 7") confirmands
ling .i portion ol the prayet
rice dedicated to the theme
b i .im ,i .i,
ix of the confirmands will be
rcding on the same pulpit
re their parents stood a gen-
^tion ago, pledging themselves
the faith and hope of Is
to continue the work be-
before us, and to inspire
se who will follow."
[assmates Walter Lavigne and
Lewis (Shirley Stein Gor
will see daughters, shells and
ii. confirmed. Cath) Ellen and
ri l >nn are the daughters of
Donald (Carolyn Guthmann)
mack ami Laurence Levenson
Itlns year's class Prank and
lac I Alan are the sons ol Mrs
(New ni.in i Gladstone and
:ademy Will
Graduate 29
lext Wednesday
trhe 141 h annual graduation
n.>iiv of the iii'iuevi Academy
Gr ater Miami will be held K
m in the school auditorium, on
dnesday
Ihe Vcademy will have 29 stu
nt- in eaii and gov n for the ex
Ci-i-. largest graduating class
|the 18-year histor) ol the school
"More than half of the qrad-
ting class," stated Academy
rincipal. Rabbi Alexander S.
fross, "have attended the Heb-
w Academy since first grade."
The Academv now has an enroll
knt of more than 425 students
Receiving scholastic awards
.. bo the class valedictorian and
littatorian. to be named at the
Veniony Rahhi Cross will pre
HI special awards to top stu
lilts
IKahhi Morris L Horovit/. as
tant principal, will present dtp
hias to the graduating class
klia Merwitzcr. presirlenl of the
fcademy. will accept the class
Jft on behalf of the school.
|other awards to be presented
the graduation are The Jewish
lornlian award for Journalism,
dot Tovot (alumni character
hrd) North Shore Optimist
rard for scholarship, American
gion award for scholarship and
Drtsmanship, and the Mas Sil
Irberg award tor sportsmanship
Also, Sidney Appel Memorial
r character to an eighth-grade
Student, Miami Beach Elks
ward, to two sixth-grade stu-
dents for the best essays on
T'What Democracy Means to
ne," Jewish War Veterans
ward for the best essay on "My
Twofold HeritageAmericanism
ind Judaism," by Miami Beach
|Post 330.
Greetings will be given by the
lebrew Academy Women, Parent
readier Association and the Mi n
Organisation
More than 600 persons are e\
i-id to attend the LTHduation
Uch will include Hebrew and
English musical selections b) 'he
Hebrew Academv choir conducted
Mrs. Miriam Don net. school
kiusic director.
Mis Theodore iNiirmn Simpson)
Perry, respectively
Almost hall the class have Bone
through the full ten years from
kindergarten to confirmation, and
many will continue on to the three
year High School Department.
Temple Israel confirmands an
Steven Alperstein, Cathy Bar-
mack, Ellen Barocas, Susan Benia
in i n. Boi ii. l i inson, Gai > Mar-
null s. Da nil I Mar. uiis. Pati ic a
Marks, Linda Miller, Stephi n N i
vack. Bru.e N'ovcll, Hermine Pas
ternack, Michael Perry, Bonnie
l'latt Susan Pritikin, Ellen Rat*
Janice Rauzin, Nanc.v Bishof, Ai
- Bonnie Brier, Sony a B
stein, Julie Catsman, Jonathan
Cohen. Helens Diamond
PrisciUa Falke, Nancy Peldman,
Bruce Fine, Alan Fried. Judith
I'] iedman, Linda Ful I, V'icki
Gardner, Samuel Ginsburg. Frank
Gladstone, Paul Gol Iberg. Richard
0 >l Iberg. Leonard Goldin, John
Goldstein Lynn Gorflne, Jon Gra
ham. Amj Greenfield, Russell
Hoffman, Cynthia Jackson, Mind)
Joseph, Daniel Kiprns. Linda Kline.
Nancy Klinkenstein. Ricki Knob-
loch. Shelly Lavigne, Wayne I.en
cer, Howard l.ciner. Shari l.evin
son
Barbara l.evin. Jerry l.evin.
Stephen Reizner, Adrienne Huh.
Daniel Robbin, Harrj Rose, Karen
Rosendorf, Roberta Samet, Maria
Schutzman, Herbert Solomon.
Rosalind Spector, Ronald stern.
Brian Sulnick. Jane Sutnick. Mel
anie Turchin, Marlene Wax, Jean
ne Weinkle, Eliot Weitzman. .fill
Weitzner, Jeffrej Werner. Michael
White, Andrea Uilleils and Ken
lletll Uvnn.
Temple Sinai
Will Confirm
Students Here
Saturday services conducted by
Italilu Daniel Lowy at Temple
Sinai will include confirmation
exercise-
Graduating confirmands are
Michael, son Ol Mr and Mrs
George Barr; Charles, son ol Mr
and Mrs. Alberto Ranocas; Don.
son of Mr anil Mrs Saul I'.ercu-
son. ItO'.'er son of Mr. and Mrs
Julian Brown I.arry. son ol Mi-
ami Mrs Murray DetltSCh: Mama
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard
Flicker Ira -on ol Mr and Mrs
Harold l.iehcrman.
William, son of Mrs. Marian
Marnier; Howard, son of Mr and
Mrs Robert PopOWitz; Steven,
son of Mr and Mrs Fred Rosen-
thal; Diane daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs Sol Schwartz Jill, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Aaron Sherrln;
Ricky Wells son "i Dr. and Mrs
George Jacobson; Alan, son ol
Mr and Mrs llvman Wiener
Cantor Chet Gate, the choir and
Hy Fried will offer the musicai
portions oi the services
A reception in honor of the con
flrmands will follow the exercises
Rabbi Landau
Takes Up Pulpit
Kahhi Sol l.anrtau. new spiritual
leader of Beth David Congreg*
tion, arrived m Miami Tuesday ot
ficially to take tip the duties of
Ills new pulpit
Rabbi Landau will officiate at
Sabbath and Shavuoth services
this weekend.
Mrs landau and their children
will (MM 10 Miami from Clev e
land. O. later in the month to
take up residence here perman
cn'.lv
Top row (left to right) are David Mishkin, Scott
Mesh, Susan Perlman. Mrs. Alfred Feinqlass,
Eileen Levin. Lisa Graff, Gale Papkoff. Center
(left to richti are Wayne Horowitz. Barry Brant,
Charles Bloom, Lois Gold, Edward Bernard,
Barbara Sheldon, Linda Keyes. Bottom (left to
right1 are Susan Steinberg, Sherri Cicero, Hol!\
Block, Lauri Goldman, Marjorie Bloom, Jill
Potash, Gregg Wasserman, Robert Colsky
Lynn Goldswcrth.
Top row are Andy Gohen, Larry Gittleman,
Caren Singer, Mrs. Nathan Selditch, Scott
Caplan, Corey Lewis, Steven Lewis. Center
aro Steven Dunn. Stacy Shultz, Brenda Bink-
ler, Ellen Friedman, Cindy Greenstein, Marcy
Horowitz, David Lubin. Botom are Scott Ven
gel, Marcia Sussman, S'.acey Mcrmurek Bon
nie Pincus, Lori Weissman. Mim: Enerield
Elisa Berman, Ronnie Harrison.
Top are Ricky Susman. Steven Ettinger, Mrs.
Betty Traurig. Mark Shifke. David Aranow,
Maxmichael April. Center are Sandra Gold-
mark, Nancy Ro^en, Sharon Fried, Judy Stein-
beig, Jody Levy, Ruth Brown, Arlent Jacobs,
Adrianne Fiiesner. Bottom are Joseph Leven-
son, Robin Baron, Aaron Miller, Terri Ann
Seiderman, Polly Golden, Teddy Silverman,
Shelly Mayer, Jay Frouq.
>.* F
Top are Warren Freed, Lori Goodman, Mrs. Brown. Robin Geyer. Bottom are Cathy Fu-
Abner Solomon, Joanne Davis, Karen Kuper- ternick. Sandra Lefkowitz, Carol Kingsberg,
berg, William Hutt, Terry Silbert, George Carol Lazarus. Michael Davis, Mark Bochner.
Levison, Laun Jacobson, Russell Wadler, Peter Jacqueline Cullen and Rita Zigelsky.


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Page 12-B
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Friday, June 4. 1965 I =
Pallot to Report On B'nai BVith
Newly-elected vice presMent of The program is being arram
the Supn i I toe of B'nai B'rith. by Milton Hahn, pros,.
E Vlben Pallot, will report on Mel Haber. program chaii
the triennial International conven- Sholom l,
ion of the B'nai B'rith al Temple
Zamora on Tuesday night.
Held In Israel last week, the
International convention evaluated
the 11 ajor program of the B'nai
B'rith, including the expansion of
youth services, the work of the
Aim Defan ation I ague, and Jew-
ish education.
A past president of Sholem
here, Pallot will survey the ac-
complishments of the conven-
tion, which drew delegates from
all over the world.
New Eiks Unit
For North Dade
Third meeting to orga iz<
new Nor l h Dade Lodge ol
evolent and Protective i
of Elks : lasl v> >; ai
John i' Ki nnedy .'
School
Lodge will apply for
uivn the membership, lx lb
Robert King High Towers Apartments resi- Housing Authority slated to open Sunday,
dents stamp invitations to an art exhibit spon- Mrs. Stuart Gordon (standing) organized the
sored by Arts Council, Inc.. and the Miami project.
Art Exhibit Going On View at High Towers Sunday
The works of some 200 Dade and the Miami Housing Authority. Robert Kin>: High Towers, the
County artists will be shown at opens with a preview reception artists will sell any painting pur-
the Robert King High Towers at 6 p.m.. Sunday with hours from chased as a gift for the Miami
and bs l< mil reaches 100
Other members of the Miami porary chairman. Larry Prii
community expected to attend the announces thai Ihere are no 7
June 8 meeting, and who also at- application: for membership
tended the triennial include Judge 100 minimum should be full )
Milton A Friedman and Sam Nie- at the nexl meeting or ''
from 8 to 9 p m
Both Pallot and Friedman arc Committees formed a e n
past presidents of District 5 Grand bership. house, entertainn
Lodge Nieberg is president-elect charter, coalition, ritual ami nom-
of District 5 and will be installed (nation Thej will give reports .,t
a- president at the Grand Lodge Monday meeting Martin Grubei
convention on June 24 at the Eden has accepted the double dun ..1
Roc Hotel. the secretary and treasurer
Auditorium. 1407 N'W 7th St. The
exhibit will be on view June 6 to 20.
The exhibit, sponsored by Arts
Council. Inc. of Coconut Grove
10 a.m.
to
p.m.
Klein Appointed
Criminal Court
Judge Here
Edward S Klein has been com-
missioned as Judge of the Crimi-
nal Court of Record.
Announcement of the commis-
sion was made in Tallahassee by
State Secretary' Tom Adams.
Klein, of 1900 SW 59th Ave.,
was an assistant state attorney
in the office of Richard Ger-
stein. In March, 1963. he was ap-
pointed legal attache to the Dade
County Senate delegate in
Tallahassee.
Klein is a former president of
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and
Phi Alumni Association of Great-
er Miami He Is a member of the
National District Attorneys' \-
sociation, Florida Prosecutors' As-
sociation and a member of the
Board of Directors oi the Young
Democratic Club ol Dade County
Monday Housing Authority complex at 50
through Friday, until the closing percent off list price. If bought ?
date for personal use. the painting will \
By way of contribution to the sell for the li>t price, according to ?
Mrs Stuart Gordon, chairman of \
the exhibit.
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Some 8(Mi persons from Housing
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id southeastern states will tour the
T u.i.s and special auditorium ex-
hibit in June, said Haley Sofge,
Miami Housing Authority execu-
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Friday. June 4, 1965
Jewlst fhrMlari
Page 13-B
a/*
Lawrence Samuels
ttL
Befh Maxwell
lee Davidson
Le Davidson
'in Saturday morning June 5,
remple Zion, Le< son of Mr
I Mrs. Sa nuel Da\ i Is n, will
Bar Mitzvah.
., seventh gra :" student at
i Miami Junior Hij School
ins to continue hi stud es in
Temple Zion I tnfirmation
;s. His main inl
Kiddush will 1m' tendered by his
ii in-.
Lawrence Samuels
awrence Saul S i Is "'>
ed I I- Bar Mitzva on -
moi us.. Ma) ii mple
ihc seventh Roi
way Junior High, the celebrant
i- a -i ii enl in the District Chap-
ter <>f the Nati I Piano
rt^achets
Pan nts ol ih i ah arc
Mr and Mrs imuel.-v
Alan Pavsner
i!n Sal lun 5,
at Tcmr.lr Zion, \ i >l Mi
and Mr- Dai id Pa u ill be
Bar Mir/
Alan, .i itu lent
at Gladi s Junioi Mil. ex
cells in rl > inter* sted in
:i- i .
studies nfirma
tion i la --
ifereth Ssrael
lonffrrnatien Set
..'! Ii :
'iila;..
:ii 111 the So,
,: .1' .i I
Gail < i"M:.rt' Sa,., Ian
Qiu i
Herman, Jaj [fshin, Jcffrej
sh and .li'l Prii
tabbi Henry B. W'ernick will
hch the program with the in
ption, followed bj the salute
lie flag, a floral offering and
noth service.
ich confirmand will give a
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Installation of Temple, Sister-
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held at Temple Tifereth Jacob last
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Ted Lingaton was installing of-
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Men's Club: and Mrs. Ida Knx'h
served for Sisterhood.
Rabbi Zevi Greenwak) gave the
invocation, and Jack Wilco acted
as master of ceremonies for the
evening A solo was sung by Mrs
Renec Levits
Mrs Minn Klein. Sisterhood
president, received a president's
pin and Mrs Evelyn Silverman,
who served a- Sisterhood president
ten years ago, was also presented
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Arriving for the Bar Mitzvah
from New Jersey will be paternal
randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Pavsner; maternal grandfather.
Irving Greenberg; aunt and uncle.
Mr and Mrs Emanue] Pavsner.
Kiddush following services will
be tendeied in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor by his parents.
Beth Maxwell
Sunday morning services at
Beth David Synagogue on June
0 will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Beth Lynn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Maxwell. 1681 Nethia
Dr.
Beth Lynn is a seventh made
student at Shenandoah Junior
High and ha.; attended beth David
Religious School tor five years
She is interested in Mathematics
and Science, Her hobbies are wal
er skiing and swimming,
Mr. and Mrs Maxwell are tend-
ering a Kiddush following services
in honor of their daughter and
will give a reception at home in
i ation ol the oc asion
Grandparents. Mr, and Mrs.
Max Maxwell and Mr and Mrs,
A F'ooicr of Washington, I). C,
will attend
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Carole Glatter
Carole Ellen, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Stanley Glatter, will be
Bar Mitzvah a; Beth Moshe < on
ation on Fridaj evening,
June 4
i arole is a grader at
Westi iew Junior \\\J) and attends
the Religii is Si ol ol Beth
Moshe
g Shabbal spon ored by Mr
and Mr- Giatl will follow th"
servii i -
Glenn Seigel
'in Saturday evening, 645 p.m..
t.ii nn, son ol Mr and Mrs Alan
el, will observe his Bar Mitz
vah.
ulenn ;- a sixth gra le student at
Coral Park Elementary An ac-
tive Bin Scout, he is two badges
away from Eagle Seoul He col
lects stamps and is interested in
sports
Bar Mitzvah is grandson of
Mrs. Sadie Hammelstein. Miami
Beach
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Steven Pomeranz
Early morning services at
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Steven Pomeranz on Saturday.
June 5.
Steven is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High.
He is active in sports and plays
guitar.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pom-
eranz will honor their son at a
party in their home following the
ceremony.

Steve Lavine
On Saturday morning. June 5,
at Temple Or Olom. Steven, son
of Mr. and Mrs Leonard La vine.
Will be Bar Mitzvah.
Steven is a seventh grader at
Rockway Junior High, where he
has made the Honor Roll for the
past term He studio th. piano
and is a paper boy
Attending from New York will
be grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
I. Weitzman, and paternal grand-
parents Mr and Mrs S Lav in.-.
of Miami.
Reception will be held at the
Roney Plaza on Saturday evening.
Camp Menorah
Lists Facilities
Camp Menorah combines day
camp activities with a Jewish at-
mosphere. Camp activities are
held in the air-conditioned social
hall, nursery and youth lounge.
Nursery play area is used for
the younger children and the play-
grounds of Biscayne Elementary
School and North Shore Park for
older campers.
Swimming instruction will be
given at the Normandy Pool daily.
Bowling is a special weekly at-
traction for children, age 7 and
Over ;' the Beach Bowl.
Campers will engage in arts
and crafts, singing, dancing, or-
[zed play and dramatics.
Themes will be related to Ameri-
can Jew ish living
Lunches will be served Wt I-
nesilay is trip day. and campers
will visit points of inten -'
This y.ar. for students who need
help in public school work or in
Hebrew, tutoring will be provided.
Camp opens on June 14 and
will run eight weeks to Aug. 6 un-
der the direction of Mr and Mrs.
Herzl Honor, educational director.
Each group will Ik- under the sup-
ii in ; a trained t 'acher.
Floridian Gets
School Position
ph M Myers has been ap
|Kin' man iger for the
tttano ,i ite Technical In-
stitute.
Myers to t t the pist re-
cently He wa prev iously head of
own CPA firm oi ich.
He i- thi f Mrs. S: via my-
. We
Kadimah Officers
To be Installed
Here for June 16
New officers of Kadimah Chap-
ter. Pioneer Women, were to be in-
stalled on Thursday evening. June
3. at the Biscaj ne Terrace Hotel.
Mrs. Fred Blacker. Nominating
Committee chairman, is in charge
of the evening, which will include
; musical program.
Slate for 1965166. to be inducted
by Mrs Albert Berson. includes:
Mrs Fred Sandier, president; Mrs.
Murray Toister, Mrs. Jacob Kdel-
steln, vice presidents; Mrs. Teeney
Deutsch, treasurer; Mrs Lilly Co
hen Mrs Milton Kessler. Mrs
Sam Spiers, secretaries
Executive Board are Mesdames
Sam Zollinger, Gertrude Weiss,
Dr Celia Dickman, William Soco
; it". Ben Lipshitz, Fannie Strauss,
Elsa Kreutzer
Serving on the Nominating Com-
ii i tee wen- Mesdan i Raf-
f. I, Sam Zollinger, Gertrude Weiss,
Samuel Spiers, and Fannie Strauss
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JUNE 14 through AUGUST 6, 1965
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I-'cige 14-B
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Friday, June 4. 1965
Closinq exeicises of the Temple Zion Kindergarten will be
held at 10 a.m., Friday. Futur-3 public school first-graders are
Frank Abrams, David Barnhill, Jonathan Berk, Susan Burger,
Marcia Calish, Barry Chazen, Deana Erstling, Michelle
Fisch, Laurence Foge!, Audrey Freund. Beth Freund, Sheri
Goldberg, Laura Gross, Danny Heiman, Phillip Herman. Gil-
bert Isgar. Phillip Jacobson. Eileen Kleinberg, Shari Kushnei,
Larry Levitt, Robin Marks, David Milqrom, Shelley Myers,
Ronnie Pasternak, Cindy Postel, Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Loii Safer,
Marc Salzman, Dan'el Schwartz, Erie Schwartz, June Seidel.
Lcri Stein, Brad Symcns, Barbara Wernick, Marlene Wiit-
shafter, and Neal Wolf. The exercises will include sketches
and plays presented by the children of Miss Josephine Send,
principal, and the kindergarten staff. The school is under the
supervision of the spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman.
Temple Zion Confirmation Set
Special award for outstanding group services was awarded
:o Mrs. Sol Goldworn, financial secietary in Morton Towers
3roup cf Hadassah, at an installation luncheon at the Seville
Hotel last week. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of the group
:cr the second year, is shown presenting the plague, with Mrs.
Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter president, looking on. Mrs.
Samuel Goldberg was chairman of the day, and Mrs. Jacob
D. Dav.i was director oi program.
Annual confirmal m c n monj >>f
i! rcmple / Rel bus Scl
\ ill be held Sundaj B p.m., the sci
ond evening ol SI -
students w ill be confirmed:
Ruth Allen, San Ira H P:an-
h > Bravi rman, Ronald Friedman
Linda F 11 est, El) se Hi ei I>. i
Kandel, William Kaplan, Michi I
Lebai \ allie Mell, Gli nn Me>< rs
Eel war I Miller, Judith Newman,
tin N'oretsk) Karen I'arne--
Potash, Kenneth Salzman.
.1 < 1111-> Simon, Barbara Stephans
ami Barbara Yagman,
Students iil conduct the eve
n ng services and include the spe
cial confirmation services com
osed for lh occasion Theme foi
Mandolin Orchestra Heard
Greater Miami Mandolin or. he-
tra. composed oi 50 retired musi
cians, gave a c <> n c e r t ai the
J< i-h Home for the Aged on
Wednesda] evening at 7 p.m Th--
orchestra i- under the leadership
oi Louia Poweeky Ben Didoman
is president The concert wj-
held in the pain, ol the Home.
the w i 11 be I
pnts ( onfirmat
Rabbi Alfred V piritual
il ["en .
thennj peak on "An
r Beginning !>;: imas
Is will be presented bj Hyman
R Potash, president ol thi i oi
Mrs S idney G
president the Sist
1; i Kaplan, presi lent >l the Men's
riub
Space Engineer
To Speak Here ?
Mr and Mrs Ronald i> |
ill be in Miami for a
ginning June l for the gra luation
id Mrs l.niies brother, William
skin-, from the Universitj ol
Miami on iuesdaj
While m Miami, Ferdie, a spare
vehicle engineer working for the
Brown Engineering Co., under
contract for the National Aeronau-
tics and Space Administration in
Iluntsville. Ala will appeal mi ra-
dio, television and lecture to the
public
Ferdie will be on the Molly
Tinner Television Slum over Ch.
10, at a m Wednesdaj At noon,
the same day Ferdie will appear
on radio station WKAT to discuss
Is There Life on other WbsMsei'
s p in he will lecture at the
Mam Branch ol the Miami PubUc
l iiii.ii> on Man's Exporation ol
t Worlds." which Is opei
the public. ,.
enine, June 10 aV
8 p.m.. I lervn d
i Hendrik .1 Bei ns on radio st i
tion w MT-M on Man < onq ist
ni i >tii. W oi
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
i B'rith Social Singles \s
;p soring a dance on Saturday
'. p iii at the Barcelona Hotel
:**
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2nd c Itli Tueedtn Karli
Month ^ ear Hound
TO THE BAHAMAS
* U.S. i ,,.ii i.n.ir.l Approvrd
+ Full Dirtrl Potter and Sail*
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informal luiufort lo island
linl.'.iu .i\ and iM ilin.'
Bahama* r<-orl renlrr*
1'IIOM 523-70fM>
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Castaway Cruises CHEVRON MARINA
IKI S.S. 17Ml StTMl Cmttwlv. Fort Liu0rdl
Mrs. Goldstrich
Will Attend
SDT Conference
Mrs Emanuel (Belle Gold
iti mal alumnae chairn
nil the national 01 mil
eetin of Sigma Delta I a S iror
-ft for June 21 to 23 at Gros
: Hotel in Liberty \ Y
From June 25 to 27. the meet
will h.- Joined by presidents ol
the 44 collegiate chapters across
the I'mied States and Canada
This Presidents' Conference will
i isa the theme. "Collegiate
' oil-
Mrs Goldstrich is a graduate of
Univerait) ol clue.,... and
- dgee Sigma Delia Tau at the
1 nivereity ol Illinois.
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Gulfstream Now
Open to Tourists
Gulfstream ''.nk reopened last
'.. resi-me its role as me il
ading year-arotind tour-
i attractions
Although Gulfstream's horse
acii .. eting fro n \l.
ough Apr 23 the track y<
lays host to thousands of of!
: litors
Admission i- free, and children
i admitted when accompanied
y an adult The i ra c k is opt i
om 10 a.in. to 4 p.m.
s u m m e r isitora ,,i, directe l
ugh the track via an eaaj to
: iUou self guided tour
In addition to Gulf stream's bea-
uliilh lamUapt-u aim,...... ()llu.,
erne oi Interest laahide the tamed
Garden of champions that bouses
the pictures, h r-. -hoes and ra-
. Ing records of the greate of yes
teryear at the track, the Bngliah
i asking ring Mirrouoded by rails
io the colors of the silks of the
MM) famous racing stahles; and
bating! of all previous Florida
ri)\ winners and then- Jockeys.
(in If.stream provider fm- p*t
aids for writing back home a.s
souvenirs
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u Beach are two of the seven Greater ace. Miami Beach. Standing are (from left)
a athletes selected to represent the Amer- Michael Morse. Maccabiah riile-shootinq
lewish community in Israel's Maccabiah chairman; Samuel Sloan, executive director
K ,"eXi. U?^Xl< S^1e^ are Le Ches" Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard; and
(left). Coral Gables High swimming star, Ed Lassman. boxing chairman.
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Jewish Vocational Service Hears Plans
"(Jewish FloridianPendiRg ,0 Expand Agency Programs
M:cmi, Florida, Friday, June 4. 1965
Section C
7-mple Judea honors the six students who
Hunted from Hebrew School, havinq com-
1 five yeais of instruction, at Temple Ju-
-:ea. Shown at Friday eveninq services are
: row (left to right) Stuart S?rkin, Mark
Harrison, Marc Baskin, Fern Deutsch, Derrick
Deutsch. Charles Modell. Seated are Rabbi
Men is A. Kipper and Mrs. Joseph Klein, chair-
man. Education Committee.
FUND RESERVOIR
.evement awards go to two talented students for their re-
h project:, in the field of r.icht or.d vision. Arnold Rosen-
-rg weft. 6160 SW 11th St., of West Miami Junic: Hiah
School, and Jack Weintrcub (center), 4171 Battersen Rd.. of
. :west Miami Senior Hiqh School, are shown at the an-
:ai awards banquet of the Dade County Optcmetnc Asscc:-
receivinq their plaques from Dr. Jack Wolfe, awards
man. Arnold's study was "Problems of Light Diffract..
nd Jack wcrked on "How We See Color."
Grac.;:at*on Set At Temple S:nai
I avid M Lowj will I
! Sinai
duation exen ises o\
3 starting at 7 30
".- wiM
pr in-
nt Bibles and
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n nterlud will b
Lee Conn, and
th i i i
Micha i.
Ge< B
ol Mr n ; M -
i on in '
Ira. J
and Mr
M
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w Lilian m n
Mr
Schwaru J U d iu| hti i
n : lira Aaron Shei
ion of Or and Mrs
Al.it -on of
Hyman Wiener.
Xantor Chit
I; Fried
mi bers i I tl
Mrs Chi t Gale Mrs
Mrs Harry v;
ion, Mrs
liam Ri berts,
Wil-
JNF Foundation
Supper Planned
Here June 16
Dr Irving Lehrman chairman
ol the Jewish
Nati nal Fund ol i Greater Miami
ik ed th ,1 plans ire l < ini
fi rmulated for the forthc
; Jewish National I F
Nation supper to be held .it the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Ju
Purp -e of the m for
the Jewish National I
-i cure a re funds
for land redemption and reclama-
tion in Israel through wills, be-
quests and as -ignrnt nts l in-
si ince policies to the .ink. Dr
Lehrman explained.
In conjunction with tht- Founda-
for the Jewish National Fund.
Dr Lehrman revealed that the
chairman of the Lawyers' Commit-
tee of the JNF here, Herbert S.
Shapiro, has called an attorney's
brunch at the DiLido Hotel on
June 9. where lawyers will meet to
earn atx ul the Foundati in
Jewish National Fund is the
lain! reel enej of the
h people." he said it holds
the land in perpetuitj for Jews
lihun the world," adding
hi ji i-j h National Fund is
in !< laiming land in
'. stern ( in addition to
ifc multi p u-| > : land
> I
fron-
nents
Installation of a new slate of of-
ficers a n d a report on planned
new activities highlighted Jewis!)
vocational Service's annual Board
of Directors dinner in Miami
Beach.
Accepting the gavel for her thin!
consecutive term as president was
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, W h
pledged a continued expansion of
the agency's vi cationaJ guidance
counseling and rehabilitation pro
(rams.
New JVS vice presidents are
' Herta tf, Stuart Ftothchild,
Ian all S Harris and Dr Edv ard
i i- ox
> Ronald P-allot is treasu
Mrs Meyer \ Baskin is -
etar; a ge n c j Assistant
- Dr Earl I Wiener
ri'l assistant s< xetary i- Mrs
i ma
Ad r :in the board Dr '!
iiae........I nan, JVS exei ul < e di
ecti I. 'scribe I 'mi ol the new
.. ams that are being ni goti
ited tor the agencj in the months
i.. I
Dr Goodman said that a new vo-
cational program is now being de
ailed with the staff i f the Y.M and
i'WHA for job placements foi
iolden Agers pas) their 62nd
rihday Funds l r the pilot proj
ct were granted by the Baron d<
lirsch Fund of New York.
In a major breakthrough, Dr
loodman n ported on negotiations
or a new program to be coordin
led with th" \i.-nial Health s
iet> of Greater Miami involving
ocational, recreational and social
: ictivities for patients recently dis
harged from state menial hos-
;l.:
This would be the first program
n which JVS extended its ser-
I the n creational and
rial realms.'' according to Dr
; odunan, who said "there i
relationship between these
spi s o| i patient's el ilita
lit h ty I fu iction use
.. mark I
! ii- i; hi Iman reporti d on
- of mi .'tings he has ha I v itli
i-:,..,:. of Goodwill Industries
., an eye I .v..Ill i >"" i Malm
- i;. 1111 _;
io;l th benefit of
nore i lienl -
JVS .- also i ining in plans I
j ment sen ices to d-
i : -. ; esidents in Miami
Vutliority units, helping them find
rk and making avail-
able JVS re abilital n w rksl
- and o ber rehabilitation
sen ices.
Jc sh \ ..tion.il Service is a
: ii iarj a 'ncj ot Gn ater Mi
inn Jewish Federation and a mem
oer of the Da le Countj Welfare
Planning Council The agency has
n n pending for mem
crsh>p as a beneficiary agencj of
Uniti d Fund of Dade O unty.
Mrs. Weintrcub at Meeting
Mrs Sydney Welntraub, chair-
man Of the Board of Directors i 1
the Museum of Science, 3280 S
. Ave attended a special
fi r museum trustees last
week al the Phila Ii Iphia Museum
: \:t. prior to uh< opening of the
ral meeting of the Ameri-
ti in ol Museums
STfVCN ROBINSON
Robinson Gets
Wharton Degree
Steven Robinson received a
Bachelor's degree from the Whar-
ton .School of t h e University of
Pennsylvania on Monday,
He is the son 01 Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Robinson, of 4430 Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach.
Steven, a member i f Alpha Epsa
on Pi Fraternity, also belonged t"
'i e University of Pennsylvania
ilee Club He expects to continue
:ns studies at the Law Si io I of
Sew York University, his father's
',lm .'. ti ; He -i last sum-
rael where he will return
his rummei
H. ill 11 visit! w ith his par-
ii. f r sn : ks during hi
Gan Yefadim
Now Registering
At Beih David
Beth David Religious School
el ,!> istra ion for its
Yeladim Nursery' and Daily
Kindergarten for the w h l year
i-ginning in the fall.
Open for children a : 3 through
and including ">. the Gan Yeladim
iffers an integrated program of
ecular and Hebrew training; op-
portunities for young children to
live an l plaj togi ier in an en-
vironment which encourages phys
ICal gr wth. good health habits, a
ieme uritj and s ,iai and
nental attitudes which make up
for satisfying relationships; the
i pp rtuni > for each child to de-
velop positive Jewish attitudes
through pleasant experiences and
ssociations with things Jewish
I\ lly Kindergarten In- a special
ram i reading readiness
which prepares tie child fur the
first gradi of public school. The
Gan is open o children of mem-
- a n d non-memix rs as well
11 ; poi tation a \ ailable in cer-
tain areas,
Tnkinq time out for a photogrcph durinq the annual Jewish
VccnPonal Service installation dinner are 'left tc right) Dr.
Michc.el Goodman, executive director: Charles HertzoH vice
president; Lloyd Ruskin wident; Mrs. Charles P. I
berq president; Dr. Earl L. Wiener, assistant treasurer Sam J.
Heimon honorary president; Stuart Rothchild, vice president;
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, assistant secertaiy; Marshall S. Harris,
vice president; Herbert P. Blumberq, past vice president; Dr.
Edward J. Fox. vice president; Sam Lubv Jr., past vice presi-
dent; and Barney Bernstein, past president. Not shown are
S. Ronald Pailot. treasurer, and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, secre-
larv.


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Shavuoth Time for Torali
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shavroth is a time of Ton* and
Flora, it commemorate! the rev
elation on Mt. Sinai and it is
also a harvest festival.
In the Bible, it is called the
Feast of First Fruits. The Jews
of Afghanistan called it the
Feast of Roses from their prac-
tice of throwing roses at the
Scrolls of the Torah on this holi-
day.
In Aden, the Jews were accust
omed to sprinkling rose water on
one another. This goes back to
the Midrash that when the Is-
raetites on Mt. Sinai heard the
First Commandment, they fainted
away and God restored them with
Dew.
first Instruction
Among some of the Oriental
Jews, the child is given his first
instruction in t h e alphabet on
Shavuoth. Jews generally
partake of the p r a c t i c e of
eating dairy foods on this holi-
day, notably blintzes. The rabbis
explain this, saying that dairy
foods are the foods of children
and on Shavuoth we become as
children of God.
The Book of Ruth is read on
this holiday for its description
of the agricultural life of ancient
Israel. There was a beautiful cus-
tom attached to ancient Israel's
farm life. We remember the story
of Ruth gleaning in the fields of
Boaz. Any passerby could glean
the corners of a field He might
take some wheat or grain's to sat-
isfy his hunger. Thai was a long
time before they had social M-
curity anywhere in the world.
You didn't have to hold up any-
one if you were hungry.
Not so long ago. at an Israel
Bond meeting, the chairman was
telling how they are now growing
apples and many other things in
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Israel, which were not grown
there before. At this. George Jes-
sel took exception. 'What do you
mean." he said. "They didn't
grow apples there. What did
Adam take a bite of a pickle"
Popular Belief
Mr Jessel is right; they did
grow apples in ancient Israel.
However, there is no mention of
apples in connection with the
story of Adam and Eve. There
is a popular belief that Adam
and Fve were expelled from
Eden for eating an apple, but no-
where in the Bible story of that
event is the name of any fruit
specified.
The Israel Bond chairman was
entirely right in saying that many
things are being grown in Is-
rael now that were not grown
then. In fact, the chief crop,
oranges, was not grown, although
apparently some types of citnis
fruit were, and cotton, which Is-
rael now plentifully raises, was
never grown there before. But
they didn't have any Coca Cola,
but they made a kind of drink of
(kites ,m The prophets spoke in termi
of farm life. The wkked ire life*
the chaif which the wind drivctk
away. The word of God is a I
of life. A wife is a fruittul nac
Isaiah compares Israel to a vine
yard and he envisions the com
ing of peace as turning the into the ploughshare The proph.
et Amos was a dresser of syca
mere trees and a herdsman.
Josephua. replying to the ai
tacks of Apion on the Jews, a<1-
mits almost apologeticslly that
the Jews know little of com
merce. they are mosth fanwri
Tillers of Soil
Our ancestors were country
men. tillers of the soil If the
Romans had not come and put
an end to the Jewish Mate, 1 >up
pose we would still be hoeing po-
tatoes and not going to collfjje
and becoming doctors and such
things. But the case of Israel
shows that tfe Jews have re
gained to an extent, their in
cient skill. Like they say. once t
farmer, always a farmer
Adath Yeshurun USY Installation
Temple Adath Yeshurun held
a joint installation of Junior
and Senior United Synagogue
Youth officers at Friday night ser-
vices.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
leader of the temple, installed
the following new officers:
Junior USY president. David
Skup; vice presidents. Barbara
Morrison. Andrea Schulman. Mark
Belenson; recording secretary. El.
lie Sampson; corresponding secre-
tary. Jane Biales; treasurer. Nan-
cy Goldberg; parliamentarian,
Eric Schulman.
Senior USY president. Herbert
Fried; vice presidents, Jackie Foo-
ter. Foster Brin; recording seen-
tary. Linda Schulman; con- -
ing secretary. Lois Denoia. taev
urer. Janice Fitter.
Guest s p ea k e r was Aar
Scherr, first vice president. South-
erst Region, I'nited Syn
Youth.
Serving on the Temple Youth
Committee for the coming jr<
Dr. Ed Tescher. chairman. Kurt
Wolf, James Jacoby. Cub Scutir.
San Ratner. Gerald Schechter
Morris K a t z. Mrs. M H
feunte. Cy Schulman. Vic Ka:j
Mrs. Murray Skup, advisor of the
junior USY. Norman Lieberman.
advisor, senior I'SY.
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Paqe 3-G
Israel's Chief Rabbi Rishon
Nissim and Mrs. Nissim
board an El Al Israel Air-
lines jet at Lod Airport in Tel
Aviv for a recent visit to Lon-
don.
Good Will Ambassador
The Miami Miami Beach area
has an unofficial Amhjssa (.nod Will in England, selling the
area as the resort vacation capital
ill trie world. Before leaving re-
el ntly. Comedian Eddie Schaffer
said be planned to intersperse his
comedy routines with substantial
"pltlgs" for his hometown. He ti>ok
along keys to the city of Miami
Beach for distribution to import-
ant British officials, He was to be
gone three wwka ST.
Shavuoth Torah Reading
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION FOR THE HOLIDAY OF
SHAVUOTH:
Ruth follows behind the reapers who Intentionally dr..,. glean-
ings for her
Ann she went, and came and gleaned in the field alter the
reapers
RUTH The scroll of Ruth is an idyllic tale describing peace
ful rural life in Judah during the time of the Judges. It tells the
.....> "' ;' fc">) ''""' Bethlehem in a lime of famine, the fa-
ther, Elimelech, take- his wife. Naomi, and t. sons. Hahlon
and Chiton, to the [and of Moab. There the) remain ten year-
Alter EUmelecfa's death, his sons marry Moal.itc women. Orpah
and Ruth. The sons die childless and Naomi decides to return
home to Judah.
She tells her daughters-in-law to return to their parents'
.home, but Ruth, prefers to accompany Naomi to Judah In then
poverty. Ruth become- a gleaner after the reapers in the field
of Boaz. of the family of Elimelech. her father-in-law; in time
Boai take- Kuth to wife, By this marriage, according to the Bihlic
al injunction, the name of the dead is pepetuated. "that the
name of the dead be not cut off from among his brethren" (Ruth
4 10). Ruth becomes the ancestress of King David, founder ol the
Dn\ idle dynasty.
Ruth is portrayed everywhere in the scroll with an aura of
piety and devotion, as one who understands her duties at all
times: when she cleaves to her mother-in-law; when she gleans
in the fields; and even when humbling herself, she visits Boa/.
at night in the granary to ask him to marry her. that the name
of Ihe dead might be perpetuated. It is no wonder that she is cho-
sen to be Davids ancestress. The scroll of Ruth is suffused with
the calm steady light of virtue, loyalty, faith, and a deserved re
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Friday. June 4. 1965
Mavor of
New \ork
By MAX LERHER


Installation Highlights Emanu-EI's
Last Late Friday Service ot Season
Count this -i- a probably too perverse note on the greal si
shai ing up over the n ad to Gracie Square The mansion ot the Maj r o(
\, i y, rk is not as celebrated In history and myth as the Whil
or 10 Downing St bul as symbols go il is a minor one. The man who
occupies it is saddled with what is, at a fuess, the third nastiest
impi ssible job in the U S the first being the Presidency and th<
second the pos ol Secretary of Deiei
John Lindsay lawyer, Oongreasman, Republican liberal, pol
matinee itil is a sure enough hero for a menl ol
Yi ken who felt thai they finally had a champion <>t stature enough
to meet'and perhaps topple Robert Wagner, When you build up frus-
tration enough a good clear clarion call, such as Lindsay sounded in bis
"decline and fall" speach, releases the tension Bnd make- you feel
twice as good as you might have felt without the frustration.
But the trouble With Lindsax as 8 hero is that he is a copybook
hero Everything about him is a- it should be: height, handsomeness,
openness Of face, smile, handshak, wile, daughters, StationwagOO, elo-
quence, liberalism, courage and the inertia ot mounting Congressional
victories. If anyone had invented Lindsay, he would have been howled
at U a pedant and perfectionist Lindsay has to exist because, by all
canons of absurdity of the exactly correct, he couldn't have been in-
vented ArisUdes was booted from office because a virtue fatigue af-
flicted the Athenians they grew tired cf hearing him called the
Just." If I were John Lindsay I should worry about the Aristides story'.
* *
Note that I have said copybook hero and not storybook hero. In a
new novel called "The Mayor of New York. l>> Laurence Barrett
(Doubledaj I, the mayor of New York is not a Lindsay figure but a
middle-class Jewish lawyer with a very Jewish wife, with haokflashes
to Jewish setting .r.u\ with the mood not of the strength and purity
of a Lancelot but ol a tired failure who somehow breaks through to
a vision. There Is a well-worn, slightly frumpy air to the story that
makes one think of Bob Wagner and his associates, not of the slightly-
breathless enthusiasm of a Lindsay rally.
Lindsay ha- overcome one of the counts against a Republican
running for Mayor the myth that no Republican could win. It is likely
to he a dose race, and a man would Ik' rash to give more than mar
pnal odds on either candidate But there are Other encumbrances he
carries.
* *
One is that he is being hailed, by Republican Chairman Bliss and
others, as a minor savior of the national Republican cause 00 the
ground that a Lindsay victory will polish up a modernized image of a
al Republican party, full ol clean thoughts and deeds, committed
to <.\i right-, and full of zip and dynamism. The trouble with this
is that the closer it a mea to being true the more self-defeating it is
frightening it is to good Democrats who may play with
th( idei of Lit tea} I >r Mayor but don'l want to lose New Vork in the
Presidential race Remember there will have to be a lot of de-
:ig Democrats to elect Lindsay as Mayor.
The danger to the Democrat- doesn't stop with the refurbish
of the Republican image It involves the internal politics of the
Democrats as well A Lindsaj victory will mean a Wagner defeat
not oiuj as Mayor but as the dominant hand and voice among the
-.. Detnoi \ Wagner deleat would mean, swifter than you can
saj "Hail the new chief.*' that control of the state party would pass
to Sin Robert Kenned) This In turn would mean that in any future
Kenni Ij and the Johnson-Humphrey team, the inv
lh of the Ne i rk delegation would ely Kennedy's
Pinall) i is th the senior Ni >rk Republicans
- it land-a\ emerges as a real possibility for the
Presidencj l ditche i; f( Hi r"i last cham for a na-
. > : ... but it also din hes the
running on something liki a Ri nnej Javits
ID.-.. then isn't much room at the top
* *
I haven't s^id much about Wagner because Lindsay's dangers
flov less ti tier than from himself from the lacl that he
can't keep !hi- ........1 ocal fi hi I 1 much is riding on it for ever)
hod) Vet for mi Wagner is no cipher He has experience, he hai
footwork and survival power, he knows ever) crann) ol the citv govern
mi :''! maw he is uncorrupted and incorruptible in hims< II and he
baa shown increasing decisiveness in crises If the city is in disarra)
it 1- because all big cities are in disarra) and Wagner is no supei
man. Yet man) may ask how much chance 'here is that an untried leg
Islator howi rous will acl utions thai have baffled a
tried and cannj administrator.
If tin- sounds less than .1 call to Armageddon, i can only answer
that Armageddon won't be found on th<- map of the big American
cities 1 nsl the man m the job often goes beyond wis
and bee n only a desperate desire to wipe the slate
start from the beginning
\ special installation service .-
be I >l at Tem pi e Emanu-EI -
closing late Fridaj evening service
last weekend The new officers,
directors n I trustees ol the Tent
pie's Board for 196546 were b
ored
Dr Irving Lehrman conducted
the 1 e r v i > e and chose as his
sermon topi 0 Synagogue At
ter 25 Year- Cantor Zvi Adler
ed h e liturgy assisted by
Temple Choir
\,.A era for Temple
Bmanu FI under the leadership ol
M x B derman. president, and
Samuel S Friedland, chairman if
the hoard, are
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Beth David Graduates Big Class Here
Beth David Religious School Jun. Schwartz: Ira, son of Mr and M t.
lor High this year graduated one Max Silver; Charles, son oi Mrs,
ot the largest clasee8 iii the Greater Sara Silverman; Allen, son o:
Miami area Graduates have com- and -Mrs. Einanuel Smith. Da
pleted -i\ jrean at Hebrew studies, son of Mr and Mrs, llan> SI
Graduation exercises were Cheryl, daughter <>f Mr. and I
held in conjunction with the com- Bernard Tytell; Richard, son >f
munity graduation under the aus- Mr. and .Mrs Maxwell Waas i
pices of the Bureau of Jewish Ed- Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs
iiiation of Greater Miami at Beth vin Zuckerman.
Discussing results of Mt. Sinai Hospital's three-
day 15th annual postgraduate seminar are
(left tn right) Dr. Stanley Frehling, president
of the hospitals Medical Staff; Samuel
Gertner. executive director, Dr. Rachmeil Le-
vine, professor and chairman, Department of
Medicine, New York Medical College; Dr.
Hebrew Academy Plans Full High School
For Girls to be Launched In September
In f\panded high school course panded operations of the Hebrew
David on May 20
Students graduating were Diane,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
AJterman; Elyse, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Harold Berkowitz; Cyn-
thia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
[sadore Blitt: Marsha, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs [sadore Coulton:
I; -cmary. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Walter Falk; Michael, son of
Mi and Mr- Harvey Friedman;
Laurel, daughter "I Mr and Mrs.
Milton Garron; Ruth, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Cioldenbei g;
Kenne'.ih, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hilton;
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
h y Jamison; Eric, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Kaplan; Jacki.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Maurice
Kellner; Susan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Alex Kurtz; Sonia. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller; Carol,
_________________________________ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Min-
er; Wendy, daughter of Mr. and
tion and includes English, science, 'Mrs. Robert Nedbor; Cheryl,daugtl-
Leo M. Levin, chairman of the seminar; and
David P. Catsman. vice president. Mount
Sinai Hospital Board of Trustees. The seminar
attracted over 400 physicians from various
parts of the United States, Canada and the
Americas, and was held last weekend at the
hospital.
Pompano Temple
Installs Officers
(in Sunday. Temple Beth Sho
lem, Pompano, held a jour i
-lallation.
S ;ymour Mann, president, South
east Region of the United i i
i iw t America, install' .
gregational offici -
Mrs Han Id Reinhard
dent. Florida Branch of Nat, I
Women's Lea gue oi the I'r,
Synagogue of America, m.-u I
Sisterhood officers.
lor girl- and a continuance of the
junior high ichool program was
planned by Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami officials this week.
The Academy, located .it 2400
Pine Tree Dr., has operated the
nly Senior High School for Girls
south of Baltimore for one year for
lOMl and llth grader- A complete
program, including a 12th grade
graduating cla s i, is planned to
start in September, fulfilling the
i.....I for .i complete tngh school
urriculum for h i 4 h school age
rta
- ptember also trill see the third
year of operation ol the Academy's
ial .-! brew Junior lliuh School
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Hahbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
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Student- who have met require-
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Friday. June 4. 1965
Insurance Men Qualify 47 Here
Forty >ov.n li(V insurance men John L. Noppcnbers. Ted R.3*
from the Mi.imi ;irea have quali- Aronson. Donald A Hughes, M
fied for membership in the 1965 HlV0,.., ci.i\. David G Bei
Million Dollar Round Table. M QJam Tmk> vlUn.im{ }>M
Members of the seleit orgtnl j Up- ,,. AJfred j Lewallcn CLl
Ution must have written one mil jame- <; Hanni. Thomas B Mi
lion dollars ..f new life Insurance Gl|nn c LU ,.1(.k j GoW Rober)
paid for tn 1964. IUu(. .) \v,.|don Currie John
Named were Harold F Btsig, p IfacDonald, Walker Laramore
Cl.r Ted s Ffflkel, F.dwin B. jerome Kat/. C L.TJ .1 Cleve AI
Cole. Eugene J. Rosenthal. |,.. C.L.U.. R. B. Walker. Charles
Thomas B Kee. (' L.U., Thomas Anehell.
Dr. Joseph Plumer, chief of staft ol the Lake
City Veterans Hospital, escorts a group of
Jewish War Veterans and members of the
Ladies Auxiliaries on a tour of the hospital
on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of V-E
Day. The Jewish War Veterans had just pre-
sented a television set to the hospital. Shown
ileft to right) are Mrs. James Stern, of West
Miami; Department second Junior Vice Com-
mander James Stern; Louis Siegel, Department
VAVS. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Ainslee Ferdie< of
Murray Solomon Auxiliary 243; Department
Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie; Dr. Plumer,
Victor Hubash. Commander Meyer Liebovitz
Post 199. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Julius Kleineibst.
Harry Cohen Auxiliary 723; Julius Kleineibst,
past commander. Harry Cohen Post; Max
Becker, guartermaster, Post 199; and Herman
Markowitz. of Jacksonville Post 1999
I'yle Reld, Cl.r. Fred Stone.
C.L.U., Chester F Goss, C.L I)
Gerald R. Faliek. Thomas C. C'un
dv. Theodore Levy, C I. U., Harry
B. Schorr. C.L.U.. I- Staples
Fierce. Samuel .1 Rabin. Melvm
L. Kartzmei
Ralph A. Abramson. C.L I'.. Wil-
liam E. Carpenter, c.L.c (leorse
Gernsteiq^CUU^ Keith W .Lo-
rihg, C.L.U.. > P. Hanks. Jr..
Henry Gilbert, Albert M. Palmer.
William Rafkind. C LU Harold
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er. Stanley S Watts. C.L.U.. Mar
shall I Wolper, CLl Walter If
Pierce.
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.
Dade County Welfare Planning Council
Elects Cutler as New President
\ Budd Cuth r, Miami attorney.
. elected last week .<- presidenl
..: the Welfare Planning Council <>i
lc Count) Cutler is > partner
..... Her ami Efrons n,
Ainsley Bldg Miami
Cutler attended Ihe niversitj
\li. mi am: 111 ved 'us law tie
I i (inn laude in 1950 He
< .i-i' \ ii t e edil i. Miami l-i
Quarter!} He also attended the
1 mversity oi Marj land, where he
i eceh ''ii Bacheloi 's degree in
j,::-iik -> Administration
Cutler served with the combat
engineers in the European The-
atre during World War II. Cut-
ler has been active in numerous
civic organiiations. He has serv-
ed as president of the YMHA of
Greater Miami, past president
of Cutler Ridge Civic Associa-
tion, and former vice president
of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. He has served an the
Board of Directors of the Miami
Beach Bar Association.
Cutler i^ married tn tin [ormei
Ins Schuham, Miami artist Tli->
have two children, Bets) .mil Har-
old, and live at L2M0 s\v 73rd Ave
Miami
Other officers elected '<> the
V itin- Planning Council tor a one.
year term aie Mi- M M Green-
field, Mrs Stanley liLUedge, vice
W-leoma Wagon International, v- th
| Oir 5.000 hostse, has mora
thin thirty yeais experience in
fostering good will in business and
community lilt, for mora mlormi-
tun auojt .
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Mount Sinai Hospital received
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tal's Blood Hank for an additional
three-year period
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-Jenist fkrfcttar
Page 7-C
LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 5295
In: WILIJAMSBl'RiIH
IVINHH BANK,
Plaintiff.
VS.
IfRPH YullA v .i ill.
| |ii fi nclantH.
NOTICE OF SUIT
|i iSKI'll V< HAY and
PAl'UNE roHAV, hli m\U
o Parki i Road
i Klhcaht-tli. NV\i Jl >1 IU J
|ii .in hereby notified ihm the
capttoned action has been In-
,i agalnal yen in the Circuit
nf the Kl.vi-nth Judicial Clr-
nf Florida in and for Dade Coun-
foreclose a mortgage upon Ine
ring described real property:
ll. Ulock Tl, NiiltWi KJD, FIFTH
UTION, SECTION I. according
Ih,- Plat thereof, r......rded in Plat
|k H al Page 108 nf the Public
prdg ..r Daoe County, Florida,
Btlan i.tiii.i*.
.il. it.pi r, il I., fil.- :i respoll-
jilcading i" paint Iff* a ......iplalnt
111.- Clerk "f Hi., aforesaid "'nut,
"rve a copy thereof upon plaint-
ttomrj MARTIN PINE. Dadi
Building, Miami, Florida
.I later than .Iuii. _'_. 1965, "i
Pro Confess*) will be entered
It you.
|l-:i i: May IS, i!"i",
K II I.KATHKRM IN
"it-it. ,.f the <'iivuii i'out'
Bj K M I.Y.MAN.
I wpaty Cterh
In fine
\ del .I Budding
Ii-'i..ii.in. mti
r. ?!-> ; i-11
TICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
JUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 5131
[Y SMII.KN.
miff.
Y SMII.KN.
itnl.ini.
[SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rRi;K smii.kn
d W i M
i \, \. York
|F> iRi )K s.mii.kn. are hi n -
'.l thai Hill of Complaint
vi has been filed against
., r .pl.r. ,1 I
pi your tnswer .!' Pleading
|l "I C.....plaint on th<- plalnt-
iey, PAl'L KWITNEY.
tan. ..in Road, 'laml Beach,
fil, the original Answer
nt in ili. office :' the Clerk
i, i '..mi on ..j befoi i he
ii. i"., if \..u fail to
pdk'ni. in hy .1. fault wIII be
lln I j ..ii I'm- ih. r> lief de-
Jed In Hi. Bill ..f c.iiipl:ilnt.
Hfcilt -hall in- published onci
weak for f.'iir runws'Ullvi1 w..-ks
rilK JI'.YVISII l-l.i Kll.l \N
ASH ORDERED in Miami.
II luth .lay ,.f May. A D
l.KATHKItMAN. il.rk.
.mi. 1 a.l. County, K1.ii iiia
By: l.. BNEBDEN.
I |.utv Clerk
riTNET
|or Plaintiff
5/14-21-!. /4
[COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
JRIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6M95 A
Rt.lt.- "f
LBS LEVENBON,
id.
riCE TO CREDITORS
.iii.ii- and ah iviv.n- liav-
or !>wands Agalnal s..i.i
hereby notified and re-
present any claims ..nil de-
ficit \..'i ina\ have .i_:.iiii-t
hi CM Mil.KS I.K\ KNSu.N.
til. ..I l i.i.i. Count). Floi iiia.
pint) Judges of l >a.l. t "oun-
thi same in duplicate and
-I In Election 7SJ l. Florida
|1n I' in 111, Cnun-
ln Dade County, Flor-
I1 Ix cal. nil.ir month" u in
pi he ili t public ii i..n Ii. i
in ti.- i.irred
\l .in. Florida, ii:
\ i.
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Wtl< i.rvr\si IX and
EKTKI m: KKI.HKK
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ti
I" f May,
.
h. r.
it
|CE BY PUBLICATION
:iRCUIT COURT OF THE
rn judicial Circuit of
Ida in and for dade
Inty in chancery
No. 65C 1728
P WEEKS,
ft.
|WEEK8,
jin l
JIT FOR DIVORCE
pi A w i: i; k -
Fil.-. I'nknown
[I!':i \ WEEKS, ;,,,.
thai a Hill of Conipia nt
has been fiie.i again*!
>( are r. <|tni-.-.l i
"in tnswer im pi. adlns, in
t Complain) mi tl,,. Plaint-
ey, KAXPORI) II ERA-
U In Rood r. Ildlna,
ii. Florida and in., ihi
ii-.i ,,i I'l.H.lhut in the
I Hi. ci. ll. ,,i

I ---- i n in I in- i tun
loi before tin- Kth d
[ l' -..'i i.ill I.. .1., so, JikIi:-
k'auit mil I., taken
f1' relief demanded In ih-
Riiplaint.
[ .11 I.,, put
I for four ..ii-.. utu. weeks
.wish i-|.,,i:ii ,| ,\
INI) ORI.FJHKII Miami
i"" "! .i.i- ..I ifaj \ i>
P'EATHERM \N. Clerk,
uurt, Bade County, Phirida
'; I' CtlPELANIJ,
it) ili-rk
. 'I Kit VMKIt
In Road R
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II.nil lift
B/U-21-2S. i,i
DAveau
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66935-A
\ RK IN.ii. .1
ii iski'H .M i:< 111.< iw
11.1. ,]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\n re.! I torn and Ml Pi rsonn Hav-
i.iini- or i in.in.I- Against staid
*We're retiring the old one."
Cw. 1*44. Dov* r..d" .'.
To
ma
Km a I.
Ymii are hi reby
quired to pi.-, m .
tnanda which \..n
thi estate of
notified ami re-
ny clsJma and .1. -
ii ma) have against
JOSEPH MI : 111 .i >\\ .
late ..i Dade County. Flor-
ida, ti. th. Count) Judges of Dadi
county and file the same In duplicate
.mil .is provided In Section '"'' 18
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
Mi. Count) Courthouse in l>ad, Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or Hi. sain. Mill he Mm-ed
I Wted at Miami. Florida, this | | ,1,
da) of May, A.D. IMS.
HAROLD silAi-uto
PBRRY STONE
As Executors
First publlcaM......f
ii. gist da) of May
Ii \l:i>l.|i SHAPIRO '
Mi-in- y for Estate
''I'T 1.In,-..Ir Road
Miami Beach, Florida
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jmtolifk**MM)
aollcits your legal noticw*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate lenrice at legal
rates .
Dial Fil 3-4MS
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
Mils n..ii.......i
IMS
21-18, .i t-n
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C 5055
LIZZIE BTATEN,
Plaintiff,
\ s
FRED BASS, and If married
BASS, his uif. MZZIE BASS, whose
I"....."I uamt. ii -in i- in. rrii d, la
unknown, and if married, her
husband. If said persons are living:
ami if il.a.l, their unknown heirs-at-
la w, legs tees, dcvlseei rant' es,
and any .imi all | Ing any
estate, right, title or Int. resi
lien upon, ili. i l prop, rt> heri In
ili scribed or any pan th<
I > ;.-inl.mi-
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ti i i'i;i:i' B iss, .iii.i ii iii iirled,
his wife, whose residence and
a.ldl Ml .>!' nnkliKU |i ;
UZZlE BASS, uii..s. present
name, if shi is mai i Ii d, is un-
knos n, nid If mat rli d, h.-r
huabaiid, wbose resldet..... and
address are unknown; if such
persona are living: and if dead,
Their unknown helrs-at-law,
legatees, devisees "i- grantees
nid any and all pi i-..... claiming
any estate, tight, title or Inti real
in. or in n hi..... the following
described real prop, ty, lying
and hi-lnit in Dade County,
Florlila, to-wlt:
Lot i, in Block -'. of NiMtTH 1JK-
krty ciiy. according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in riai Book t$.
at Pup.' T7. of the Public Rocorda of
liaile County, Florida.
Yin- UIB IlKltKliY NOTIFIED that
a pro.-. dliiir to .|Ulet title lias been
iiroueht In the Circuit Court of the
HI. y.nili Judicial Circuit, In and f.n-
i)dc County, pi..rid.i. agalnal all per-
sona I'laimlni; any estate, right, title
or Interest In, i>: Hen upon the above
described real property, and for other
appropriate r. Ii. f. and \..n are re-
quired lo fil.- with the Clerk of aald
court your written appearance in said
proceeding, unr or before the lath day
,.f June, ISM, and thereafter to file
-iivi.i upon ROBERT II TRAURKI,
\m,.i ii.> for Plaintiff, d iPonl
Building, Miami. Florida, ml file with
Mi. s:,j.| ciirk \..in- written defenses,
ii any, i" th. Complaint ai thi
i,. ,1 b) law, tin relt
in. -i.ii. i hi. ,.i
..I- Men upon, iln- ii"--.
property claimed b) yon Hi. n
ii"t. .ir j tdgmi hi ill
Ii fault
HATEIi rtl Miami, Dade County,
,, lln- Till day ,.f Ma-
i:. 11 i.i: \ ti i i It.M v\
Clark of the Clr Court
It) K, M. Ll M w
1 it-put) i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
iN CHANCERY
No. 65C 5301
H INK i IE COM MEKCE, Si t
banking i ,. at Ion,
I Malm
\ -
BONAIJ) v i>m.i:y and i>NN \ \i
I' \ LEY, in- .Ife,
11, f, ii.i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO IHJN U.li A I'll.l'.Y ..lid
I a i\ v \ \| 11 VLKY, '- a if.
im i i. -, nee \\i- i di ii. N. J.
Tl ll' ARE HEREBY S< iTIKII
i- mortgage i
real and personal propel .,- been
filed ; i in Hi. abm Courl
l.\ the I'lainuii
The property sough) lo M fore-
closed Is as follow -
'i ,- i-xcept i he w -' '" f. el of
KEVISEH I'l. \T OP \\ tCRJS,
UK t., Mi, I'lal lh< i> COTd-
. ii Iii Plal of the
Public l:.....i ol I lade County,
Florida
Tor \i;i: REi rv<
cop) i.t your insa i
Ins -.ii Plal rm i m m.'"' m.m
ii fi:ii:i '\i w i -
i- v
I
111 til, offlci
hill, .
com|4n Int w 111 lie takei
DA i i
' rHKRM '
nf im. i"iicull Ida
Bj C. P. < LND
Dei it) i
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 5806
TI1K WILLIAMSBl'RiSH
SAVIVMS BANK,
Plaintiff,
VI
l/nis s in mi \.\i and
Dl'NH \M. Ins wife, i in.ii -i. .1.
. t al,
I '. i. inI.Hits.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti i i.,.i.i- s i .null.mi ami Dun-
ham, his v. |fe, ii married,
7i Court Street, llymouth, Mush-
-I is and
i 'onnle W'Ikoi sky, IH4 G and SI
N, Vork, N. Vork
Y..U an hi i- b) notifli .1 thai th<
aboi .-apt loni d ictlon has h. n In-
stil li .1 .- -:., n- \ ..-i in i he tin !
Court "f ili.- i:i. y.-nili Judicial I
,.f Plorida in ami for Hade Count) '..
forcclosi a ......tgage upon the follow-
ing ill -'I I". .1 .,l pi Dpi It)
Lot SI In Block IS "i SIERRA Ml-
lt.\i'\ si r.liivisp i\ according lo
Mi,- Plat Mi, r.-if. ;- corded In Pli t
Book 57 at Pag i'7 of thi I'uhll.
it., .-ids ..i I i.i.i. County, i'l.. Iiia,
together lili General Qectric Re-
ii.r Model LB-92 Serial Ni
NM-U06J97.
Yi.ii are required i" file a respon-
sive pleading i" plaintiffs complaint
uitli the Clerk "f the aforesaid Court,
and serve a copy thereof upon plaint-
iffs attorney MARTIN FINE, Dade
Federal BuUdlas, Miami, Florida Mill
not later than June 10, IMS, or ., i .
crac Pro Confeaso will bo entere.1
against you.
DATED: May tS, IMS.
B. B. LEATHKItMAN
Clerk of the cir.uH Curt
(seal) Bj C, P, COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN KINK
Dade Pederal Building
Miami. Florida M131
...28. rt 4-11-1K
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60999 B
IN :r K-i.,1, ,,f
Ill'TH B. LEVIN,
I i.-.-.-as. .1
T.. All i'l .in.ii- and 111 i'- reons Hav-
ins Claims or l>emand \_ insl Saul
-
Y-.-i are hi I by not fli .1 and 11
quired i.......nt any elal
maniln n hich > ou ma) ha ve
;- -'..... in in 11 LEVIN rte-
1 I i.i. i :
III I'l, Count) I '' : '
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Miami,
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l\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 6671J A
IN RE
m \ y T i.i'YY aka \l \i: r LEVT
11.. I-. ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
["o All Cr.dl A H\ -
Inn i'I imis ,.- i m.,mi- tgainsl Said
V,-11 an hi b) i-.- -i fli ,1 and ri -
j.; ,i .i.i an) clalmii or de-
mands iii-ii you ma) hai aga mm
h. MAY "I" i.i:\ 1
LEVY d....... .i I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 5547
i: IPHAEL W i:\ISI.KY.
I 'laintiff,
\s.
VIRC,I.\|A BAISLEY.
I iff. ll.i:. HI.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VIRIilNI \ BAIKLEY
I:. -Id. p. i nknown
You, \'IRi;i.\i \ it \isi.i:v. .,-, hen -
b) notified that a Bill of Complaint
for IMvorci has been filed
you, and you are requlreil
..f your Aiisu. r ,,, Pleading i"
Bill ..f i".....plaint ..ii the I'lalnt-
tttorni j I'll MM.i's \i kii.i ,Y,
Box !fil2 I'.ilm Vlllagi Station,
l-'l.irida and Ml, Mi. ,.i- uinal
.r Pleading in thi .rii.-.- of
ih. Clerk < the i 'ir.-nii Coti i ......i
the S3rd da of Juni 19*3 If
you fall r., do so, judgment i.\ default
" ill lie laki n urainsl you for the re-
lli f .,. manded In thi Bill ol t -
I'hi- notice shall i ;,.,1,11.11,,i ono,
each week for four i-onneeui \< iveeki*
in THE I BWISH l-l.i iRII i| \N
DONE \ND itRDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 19th da) uf Ma), A.D
l ::-.
I-: n i.i: \tiiki:m \n. fierk,
CI lit Court, 1 '.,,|. Count), Floi Ida
By: C. P, ii IPELiANI'.
I IHlll tl, I,
'Ml VRLKS M KII.I.Y
P.O r...\ 2U12, Palm Village Sta
lliil. ah, Florida i-'l
Ait.,in, for llalntiff
" 21-83, ', 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66548 A
IN RE: Estate of
I.i it IS Rl "SKMM.I'M
licensed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All P. is..!,. II.iv -
ing claims .-i- Demands Vgainat s>id
Bdtate:
Y..U are hereby notified and re-
quiriU I., preeenl an] claims and de-
mands a'hlch you ma) have against
tin Mat.- of LOUIS Iti iSKNltl.I'M
deceased lati of Dad< County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and tile the same In duplli-atu and as
in-ovlded in Section 733.13, Klorida
Statutea, in their offices in the Coun-
ty CourthoiUK in Dado County. Flor-
ida, v.ithin six calendar months from
the Hun "f the first publication here-
of, or the sum.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day "f May. A.l>. 1333,
MIMI RiiSKNltl.I'M
IRVING ROSENBLCM
Ah l-.'\. cutors
First publication ..f this notice "i.
thi Slsl da) of Ma). 19(3.
BI RtN I. KPARBER
\i torne) *!' i-:\- itoi b
12 I.in.- .;n It.....I .-. it t-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67001-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
torn and I i Hav.
n- i' .
Ill ill. .1 and IV-
which you ma) hai t against
BR.XNT .. a
:\ \ BR \\r SE1UKL
f Dade Count) Ho the i "oun-
i.y Juda i i ..ni. i nt) .1
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Stat-
,-iiim
Court hmisi In Dadi
ITti im nths from the
"i ih. i"1 -i -lidi.- ii kin net mf,
.i1! be ba .
ii Miami, Florida, this 11th
da.) ,., m n. a D, l;:..
IIAR\*EY I.. BHANT
TILWCKS fsttllllK P
\ s i :\. cutors
i' iblicatl......f this notli .. p
in. Mih -l^y of Mgy, 1965.
BYRON I. SPAR1
ki torni j i..r Kxi. utors
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undernlgned, deatrlngi to encage ii
business under tin- fi.-titloua nain.- a
CNITED ISKAI.TY CO., NUT INC si
1369 nw ^:th Avenue, opa Locks
Florida Intend i" register said iunn
: with ilu- Clerk of Mn circuit Court of
I >ad. i Vionty, Florida.
f E FtKafOYA, Owner
K i- uil.l.lAMS, Owner
:. 21-^. ; t-r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mi..
Mi. undersigned, desiring t" engagi
i.iisim-ss under thi M.-i iiinis name'of
RED Pit! I'll: ai Slot N.K End Ave-
nu< Miami. Florida Intend i" rearfaier
-aid name with thi Clerk nf the Clr-
uult Courl of I'ad. County, Florida
iM'.i iRUE H I- I'RNBSS
Ii IHN AD \MnV|.|i
s. ile u in i
i;i:ssi.i:i: & massky
\ i torni > for Applicant
!' Bill more H.ii
Coral Qabli -. Fla. ". S1-2R, r, i-il
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 65C 5526
, makim i:i:i n: i: s vNDS,
Plaintiff.
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I win SAN I is.
I i, f, n,lain
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< I: DAVID SANDK
. I... ii.. FWi-llla In.
Man] -
Sh.a ham II
\\ ashingt.in, B.C.
You, David Sands, are hereby no-
It If led thai a Mill "i Complaint to
ililvori-i i.i- I-, .ii filed against you
(and \-.ii ar< required lo serve a cop)
.a s our \i.-.>. r or 'leading i" th<
Hill ,.i Coinplainl on the Plaintiffn
ittorney, Stanle) K Qoodman, S6W
N W B2 si i. Miami, Flo Ida
fil" the original Answer nr Pleadlna
in the offlci of the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court mi i.r before Ihi S3rd l^
..f .1 in. 1933, If you fail l" do -
Judgnn nt b> default will i- taki n
agalnal you for the relief di-manded
ii ih. inn of Complaint.
Portlier i- advised that 1'laintlff
claims full tltli and all Interests In
the following described property:
...... ..... ..* 1.1__I. tiZ
Lots and \ "f Block 95-B.
AMENDED PLAT OF THIR-
TEENTH 113) addition t" Hialcah.
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 20, at Page
3~. of the I'libiic records of Dade
County, Florida a k Mi: East 13
Street, Hialcah, Florida.
Tills notlci shall bo pnbllshed ones
.oh week for four consecutive weekr
hi THE JEWISH I'l .nun MAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, Miis 1 * 1935.
K B LEATHERMAN, ci, rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Horiila
(seal) B) : c P COPELAND
|i.pin\ Clerk
st wi.i'Y i: ;.....'.man
Si N w 82 Street
Miami, Florida
A11 -in. \ i"..i Plaintiff
". 21 -28, I -t-i I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No P69&3 C
IN B
VII \ BEAR K MIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. unit Hav-
ds Agalnal Said
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- ; i m- a ml il. -
iii nid- ,1 ma) ha vi agalnal
CLARA BEAR KAIIN
i -. ,i lati of l a,".- 'niiiiiy. Flor-
Count) Judges "f Dade
County, ami flu ih, same In dupli-
iini as provided in Section 733.13,
Klorida SI I un s, n hi ii offices In
Viunt) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within n calendar months
in. ..i the first publication
h.r...f. .a thi -.mil "ill i" barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12th
da) rn May. l.D 1935.
HARRV P.F.AR
Ml 'i.i> KLEIN
\s K\. i.
First publication "f ilii. notice on
ihi 14th da> of May, lttS,
I.Et IN K M'l AN
- ti. im i:\. -
1150 SW 1st Si Miami. Fla.
5 14-21-38. 6/4
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave.
FR 4-1034


y-age 8-C
+Jewlst Hcrldlari
Friday, June 4, ]9|
)
rew Academy of Greater Miarr.: Principal Rcbhi A!ex-
: S. Gross Jeff presents a plaque to Jacob Gart for his
donation to become one of the school's Guardians of Torah.
Zr.e title is for those who pay for a year's scholarship to the
Hebrew Academy for a needy child.
Eshkol in Friendship Move
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol Monday
made a public proposal to the
Arab sates which signed armi.-
tice agreements with Israel to start
direct negotiations "with a view
to converting these agreements
into peace treaties lie spoke in
the Knesset, Israel's Parliament.
which reconvened (or Its summer
.< ssion.
Mr Bshktfi recalled '."..'. among
the Arabs, voices have recently
!>< ,n heard rejecl rig the idea of
1 and openly calling 1 ir a pi
, :, men! an i 1 oexistence. With-
out indul premature 1
id, Israel is entitled to
t in the Arab world
its political leadership
ere re men who ieve In
- in the necessitj I
Israel coexistence
"The peace settlement must be
based on Israel as she is," he
stressed. "Hitherto, the states
which have entered into the arm-
istice agreements evolved pat-
terns of daily life and develop-
ment projects within their exist-
ing borders. Slight mutual adjust-
ments are conceivable at certain
points where the populations
daily life is disturbed. And this
must be the rule: Peace is de-
signed to alter the relationships
between states, not to change
the states themselves."
The Israel Prime Minister rtT
ed some of the benefits which Will
, ;,,,, 1 b\ all concerned when
peace between Israel anil the Aral
( untr.es Is assured They inelud-
:, gular overland transport by
roi i and rail; free transit thro
in rts; c immunications b) radio
{ -- tO
rts; facilitating
,.1, ment <>f tourism
ess to e l tea
: I
terials as well
of v, ater I 1
M I '
Mr Eshkol pointe : out '
i lunate of neg Kiatioi
possil le joint action to restrain the
amenta race, anil U) 1"
il disarmament in the region
The great resources which would
be liberated would make it much
easier to resettle the Arab refu-
gees and absorb them in their nat-
ural, national environment, he
pointed out. For such action, Isrjj
would be prepared to aid iinancuj.]
!y tci the !>( -1 i,f I 1 jtj ,1(, I
ha assistance ol the
I, he said.
The Prime Minister decljrM
that si ch a peace pre nm u x
fi-jment of the imagination u^
that "the day will come ***
the Arab states wi'l recogni
that the true division is not bt-
tween Israel and the Arabs, bvt
between peace lever., and ij.
greasers, and will draw the logic.
al political conclusio-
Ha empl 1 |
I 1 in. nal
tl
es who loft 1
1 In Washington. I
t one to the proi os
Mr Eshkol. wen
ever, it aa pointi '.at for-l
mal comment on I
V OuH have to await 1
of the full text of Ml
dress.)
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