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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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T "Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
/olume 38 Number 24
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 11. 1965
Two Sections Price 20<*
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RABBI MAX NUSSBAUM
not onli Soviet
SEN. ROBERT KENNEDY
conscience of world
m
MEHDtNT JOHNSON
sympathetic concern
NO IMPAIRMENT OF MISSIONS FUNCTION
U.S. Snubs Soviet Demand
UNITED NATIONS The
United States rebuffed this week a
demand by the Soviet Mission to
the United Nations that the United
States act to remove a plaque on
. synagogue near the Mission
building which accuses the Soviet
1 nion of discrimination against
Russian Jews.
In the same exchange, the Uni-
ted States also rejected a Soviet
protest against a protest march
last Jan. 17 from the UN building
to the Soviet Mission building or-
ganized by Jewish groups to pro
test the Soviet denial of cultural
and religious freedom to Russian
Jewry.
The United States position was
given in a statement released by
Law Providing Texts
Set to Undergo Test
VNY, NY JTA The
.:..-. into la bj Gov. Rocke
r, which will provide text
>k. t.. children in both public
llglous schools in the st.ite.
luall; certain to be challeng-
b s "' .. constiiuti Rial
ring u e of public
directly or i ..lin.tly to aid
..'. ids, it was predict!
rk. An estimated
pupils in Jewish schools in
Y< rk < ity are expected to ben-
:.: tn m the new law.
rnej General Lonii Lefko-
ilisclosed that he had warned
i Governor that there were seri
q lestiOM about the constitu-
; of 'he new law, wliich
nes effective September 1.
a Ish organizations, mostly
X, have end mad the bill
parallel federal aid law.
Vmerican Jewish Congress
- cr.ticiz -.1 th law as breach
church stati separation
The row York Times criticized
'he new bill for the second time
r an editorial urging that a
eourt te--' be hsid. "If this law is
constitutional, the editorial de-
clared, "the State Constitution
does net mean what it seems to
say." Similar editorials appeared
in the New York Post and New
York World Telegram and Sun.
The Journal-American, however,
published an editorial favoring
the newly enacted measure.
i \ -ri< an Jew ish Congress
issued .i statement reiterating its
opposition :<> the bill but did not
indicate any details on its previ-
usly announced determination to
seek a court test of the measure.
"We are dismayed that a bill so
clearly unconstitutional nd so
dangerous to the religious liberty
and churih stale separation on
which Jewish security in America
depend.-, should be passed by the
legislature signed by the Gover-
nor ar.d welcomed bj some Ortho-
lox Jew .-!: da> sthooLi," the state,
ment said.
Pupils in grades seven through
12 in non-public schools will be
able tu it... r any toxtbeoks ap-
pr ve i for use in the school dis-
trict in which th,- non-public s<
Cont need en Pace 5-A
the U.S. Mission to the UN. The
statement cited an earlier Uni-
ted States note, last Feb. 24,
which, it said, made it clear
'that the erection of the plaque
on Congregation Zichron Eph-
raim Synagogue in no way vio-
lates the privileges and immun-
ities of the Soviet Mission to the
United States."
The Soviet note said that the
march was organized despite USSR
Mission protests and called the in-
scription on the plaque "slander-
ous and hostile to the Soviet
Union." The inscription, which the
Soviets did not quote but which
was quoted by the United State- in
its reply, is Hear the cry of the
oppressed the Jewish commun-
ity in the Soviet Union."
Protesting the "negligence" of
United States authorities, the S0\
Continued on Page 8-A
Jordan Foray

Is Protested
At L Nat ions
fSHKOt WARNING ... PC. 11-4
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel charged this week that Jor-
dan forces had carried out a "de
liberate and unprovoked attack di-
niK.i solely at civilian targets"
when they opened fire from the
vails the old city of Jerusalem,
killing two Israelis and wounding
several o hers.
In a I 't'er of complaint to the
Eecuritj Council, Israel said that
the attack was carried out at
Continued on Page 10-A
Jam Garden
To Flay Red
Jewish Bias
NEW YORK(JTA)Mon I .
18(H)() Jews packed Mad is
Square Garden this week in a mas-
sive act of protest against the i
11 in i m l: Soviet suppression of th<
cultural and religious freedom cf
Russia's 3.000.000 Jews.
President Johnson, in a message
read to the huge throng, declared:
"I have more than once expressed
my deep concern and that of this
administration regarding the
plight of the Jewish community in
the Soviet Union. All Americans
sympathetically concerned with
injustice cannot but deplore the
difficulties faced by that commun-
ity and the restrictions which ham-
per its religious and cultural life.
We believe that in the interests of
all humanity the spiritual and cul-
tural heritage of these p- ">1''
should be nurtured and prese ed.
"In a spirit of peace and rea-
son, we express our earnest hope
that the Soviet leadership will
ameliorate the situation of its
Jewish minority. Coin so would
go a long way toward removing
a moral and emotional barrier
between us and contribute to a
relaxation of tensions and we all
earnestly hope for this,"
The rally adopted a resolution
appealing to Soviet authorities to
extend to Soviet Jtws the full
measure of equality guarantee" by
the Soviet constitution, including
religious and cultural rights, the
Continued on Page 9-A
RATIFICATION OF PROPOSAL
World Confab of Jewish
Groups Studies Strength
G E N E V A (JTA i Mi
steps toward greater cooperative
action among Jewish groups
throughout the world were taken
here this week by the World Con-
i net oi Jewish Orgai lati -
Repr* sentatives of the ten con-
stituenl groups comprising COJ0
i ed to strengthen the coordii
ing body by formalizing its struc-
ture and making it possible when
circumstances warrant for COJ0
to take collective action in the
. of its constituent members.
The delegates in effect ratified
a proposal, under discussion lor
two years, to advance COJO beyond
the "consultative" character which
has been its primary role in it-
lormative years. The action was
taken "in principle" withou, adop-
tion of procedural rules. Dr. Na
hum Goldmann. who was reflected
COJO chairman, said such rules
would be prepared by a drafting
committee, then circulated to the
i nstituent groups for review and
Ultimate ratification.
It was anticipated that COJO
would operate along the lines
a.-'opted by the Conference o*
T residents of Major American
Jewish Organizations which was
recently reconstructed to take
collective action while respect-
ing the organizational autonomy
of each member group.
Alk ati it "1 a $1(km>00 preiim-
. > administrative budget to the
World Council on Jewish Educa-
.ion lo Inaugurate methods to im-
pi ve Jewish education facilities
was announce,I at the COJO meet-
Thc World Council was estab-
lished by COJO last year as a co-
ordinating a g e n c \ to strengthen
Jewish education on a worldwide
scale.
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
vice president of B'nai B'rith. who
reported the allocation, said that
two-thirds of the initial Sloo.000
Continued on Page 2-A
STATUTE EXTENSION CALLED UNFORTUNATE COMPROMISE'
iJC Leaders Meet Bonn Chancellor
NEW YORK (JTA) A dele
i of the American Jewish
mittie, headed by Morris B.
am, nresident of the organiza-
hero this week wi.h West
ii Chancellor Ludwig Er
I tented to him a mem-
' ju.il decll ing that "the recent
'"i-i'n to extend the Statute of
limitations on Nazi war criminals
only an aditional four and one-
hall year- was an unfortunate
compromise."
The AJC's memorandum called
,n Wi -t German) to: 1. Extend
th Statute of Limitations at least
intil 1975; 2. call a conference of
German and American educators
to expand an awareness of civic
values in young Germans; and 3.
work to resolve such Middle East
issues as Israels security and cc
or.oml: stability, and the presence
of German nationals in Egypt.
Meanwhile the American Jew-
ish Committee has informed Gov.
Rockefeller of its opposition to
the Group Libel Bill introduced
by Sen. Irwin R. Brownstein
(Democrat) and now waiting
the Governor's signature. The
bill would create for the first
time in New York State a crim-
inal penalty for group libel,
which is the utterance or publish-
ing of any statement or state-
ments defamatory of a racial or
religious group, known by the ut-
terer or publisher to be false.
"our examination of the historj
roup libel statutes, particularly.
Continued on Page 14-A
RABBI 1A1 KAMMAN
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Left to right are Dr. Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth
Torah Congregation, and Richard Sneider, reelected presi-
dent last week, planning the congregation's 25th anniversary,
which begins with a Silver Anniversary banguet Sunday
evening at Beth Torah. (See related stories, page 6-7-A; 13-A.
Cantor Yigoda
Is Engaged By
Cohen Synagogue
TORAH DIDICATION ...PC 14-A
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>b C < "' munitj S
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. chief cantor <>l the sj i
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ti during the High Holy
The Jacob C Cohen Community
Syi igogue bus announced plans
for :ii>o additional seats to be
ready for the High Holy days
The congregation will scat i.ooo
men and women in the main audi-
torium.
Reservations are being taken at
the offiee of the synagogue, 1532
Washington Ave.
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tabltehed Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture Till other MO.000 is
to be subscribed by organisations
participating in the World Con-
ference on Jewish Education,
Thi- "etas* wdrleifig links" be
wren Arab repreSMitatires, and
nti-Semitic groups in western Bu-
i spe was discussed ai the opening
\ report was presented
iiy Dr Stephen .1 Roth. Buropean
in.tor of the World Jewish Con-
gress Me told bh session th;u
.inn .lev ish a< livith s in Europe
spcre being conducted bj Arab dip
lomatic representatives. Arab
eague officials and Arab student,
,1 many European universities
He reported that, among the
four Bvroptan offices of the Arab
League, the one in Bonn was
"particularly involved in promot-
ing anti-Jewish propaganda." In-
formation bulletins published and
distributed by the Bonn Arab
League office quoted at length
"from anti-Jewish articles from
the West German neo-Naii
press."
The session also was told that Dr
Hassan Awal Sakoussa, director ol
the Bonn Ar.iii League office was
"t frequent contrll uloi ol oners
lo m o-Nazi and i
ti i mist periodicals" and that he
man.' i 11 rking contacts with
leading figures in the German neo-
\ .- : CO JO also report-
id that the other European Arab
!.( ague offic s, in London, Home
and G< net a, focused on ant
Israel avl ften their
line between aim Israel and ant:
Jewish themes was indistingutsh
The < onfi rence i losed w ith an
. .,. to .ii i ish 'whether
members of COJO or not, to re-
train from intervening In the af-
fairs of J ew i h communities in
other countries unless united to
da so The resolution Brged or-
luxations active in the inter-
national field 'lo respect the au
tonomy and authority, of retire
sentatives Jewish groups "eompe-
tent to conduct their own affairs."
The resolution was approved in
response to a plea by representa-
tives of DAIA, the representa-
tive agency of Argentine Jewry,
who criticlied "the intensive ac-
tions of American oro^niiations
without prior discussion or clear-
ance with the representative
body of Argentine Jewry."
The resolution noted that Argon
tine Jewry had been troubled by
eo Nazi movei eats an
Jewish group: not to
"excepl when there is
tentative bodj i r sud
i i n deprived 11 the
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Friday. June 11. 1965
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Paqe 3-A
Winner; of the recently-held Hebrew Academy Elementary
Science Fair are kneelinq (left to right Joseph Honor and
Richaic Levine. 5th arade explaining then project on "Atomic
and Mciecular Structure.' Other winners are standinq 'left
to right Sheldon Delson. 6th qrade; Joseph Ackner. science in-
structor and Karen Waldman and Karen Travis. 4th arade.
Florida JWV Will Hold Department
Convention This Weekend at DiLido
Department <>f Florida Jewish
War Veterans annual convention
v ill !* w .< tliiN weekend. June it
in 13, .it the DiLido Hotel, accord-
ins to partmenl Commander
Vinslee i- Kprrlie
The convention will begin on
Friday afternoon with meetings of
standing committees to i- fol
i pd ii' ) rida> evening in ser-
vices conducted i>\ Department
i haplain Edwtn Peibdman and
Cantor Bmamel Manrtel
\ talk '1 l>e given li> national
i v i < 1111' < lirectoi Monroe Shetn
ol .\ ashington. I> C hi< h
v ill in Mil b) II 'ni- shall
On Sa'u'day, there will be ear-
ly mormrKj services followed by
.i study <-eminar under the lead-
.'-ip c sheinberq. A luncheon
will be iven in honor of Aux-
ty Dccartmcnt President
Rhoda Deutseh at noon, which
wll bi tollowed by receipt of
report -he council of admiiv
istrattofl al 3:30 p.m.
>l
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c k Bern
i, i ii
SH verm an will l>e presented with
the department's Medal ol Merit
"for outstanding s en i <- e mer
man> years
Also to be presented ili be liar
rj Mazey Award, for tihe individual
having done the most for hospital-
ized v eterans year; the Post Excellence Award.
in the outstanding post in the
State oi Florida; Historian's
Award, for beet pojt historian's
rei rd; and the CommunM\ a n d
Civic Allan- Award, for besl post
.mi in thai field,
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
will pre-,'in the Julius Deutseh
w i d in the outstanding member
.'i the Di partmenl ol Floi ida ovei
the last y e a r, and the Miami
Beach Posl 330 will present the
Harry Cohen Memorial Award to
the individual having done the
most outstanding work on a post
, level over a period Ol at least five
j ear-.
Presentations to Department
Commander Ferdie will be made
on behalf of the national organi-
zation by Past National Com-
mander Daniel N. Hetler and
National Adjutant Ralph Gross-
man.
I'n SoiMhrj morning, important
items ol basinet w 111 be the oic<
ion of officers for the ensuing year
and approval oi charters for two
w posts, South Dade Posl and
Brevard Count) Pi -t Junior Vice
nmmander Irving Coopn uwn will
i ii -eni membership awards for
itstanding avtivit) in that field.
\he Marcus will r e p o r i on the
i ommrttee to A lopl the Gi n ide
Convention, and Arnold Fein on
the Ad li' i mmiftee ol S iet
Inti-Semitism
Report ol in spit il sen ice will
be made by Nat Brown, Dr Mark
Danziger, Vbe Baker Louis Segal
and Morris Golombeck Resolutions
will be presented b) National Ex
ecutive Committeemen lr\ stem
berg and Vic Freedman
Department reports will be pre
nented bj Adjutant Seima 'luck
er and Junior Vice Commander
.lames Stern Budget presentation
will bo made b) Louis Deutseh, \?
/> Karp, Herman Sokolow and
Daniel Abramowitz
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To Aid C J Appeal
Residents of l' r i c kell T wt\
House will add their suppi :! to the
high rise campaign for Combined
Jewish Appeal at a breakfast al
the Pantry and Parlor on Sunday
morning
Dr Irving Lehrman, chairman of
the 1965 c.iA campaign, will speak
Bl tin- first C.IA event to be hel i
al .i hi'-'h'jse apartment in Miami,
"I am proud that Bernard Stev-
i ns. serving as chairman, and a
large group of his neighbors on
tic committee, will share in the
work "t our Combined Jewish Ap-
peal." be stati
UenAers of the committee, in
nddition l" Stevens, include Si in-
! \ B rrtei, Nathan Brilliant. Mr.
. i d Mrs Philip Rostoff, E. II I
irman Frlseti, Harris 11 Geld
er, Samuel Gottlieb, Samuel i
man. Mr and Urs George Laza
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Man Herbert E Kaufman \i.i.
R \ .i hinan. Hi and Mrs I (on iW
Palay, Man Roth Martin I. Sand
In-. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Howard
I. Sirverstein, .lack Toback and
. Yimiv
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Dr Marshall Jones, chairmai T
hr I niversit) ol Miami P
rtment, will discuss n
ia! health al a me* ting ol I i
Beth Am Singles
ning, June 17, 8 30 p m., at I
Temple.
Yeshiva Gives
Localites Degrees
Two Florida residents will re-
ceive degrees at Yeshiva Univer-
sity's 34th annual eommencem< I
exercises on Tuesday in New York
Cttj
Sa n f o nl V Reinhard, of 1631
il Gate Dr., Miami, will be
awarded a Bachelor or Arts de-
ji'i. A 1961 graduate ol Mi i
Senior High, be is the son ol Mb.
and Mrs Harold Reir.hard, and
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the daughter >! Mrs. Saul i
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Friday. June 11. 1965
11 Sivan 5725
Dr. Wexler Fills
Big Pair of Shoes
The international triennial :on>
on o: B'nai B'rith has given >.
William A Wexler, of So?
Ga a giant task in his electia
the presidency. Dr. Wex
ceeds Lab?'. A. Katz, cf New .
This is, a......om any: > -
res to fill.
Er. We: ems to be 3 man
e o! Presid
Jew.; Core si ?.-
rman o: -
Be-.- Orgo there Di
' "f:: >nal v
ol B'na B rith Suoreme
Lo
C Dr. Wexle: [a : so
n ca lent v
nc rle-lonq
the highest position next
i 1956, plus
other inte'5s:s related to the 01
izefien, we.: qualifies nun to
over at the helm of B'nai B'ril
Dr. Wexler will be amo::^ the
lecc.ng B nai B'rith personalities to
appear at the District Grand Lodae
5 convention 3t the Eden Roc Hotel on June 20
to 23. AUo scheduled is another B'nai B'rith
personality, longtime Miamian E. Albert Pal-
lot, elected international vice president at the
recent convention in Israel.
Our community will thus have the wel-
come opportunity to meet and greet B'nai
B'rith s top leaders.

B-G's Paradoxical Doom
The B'nai B'rith convention in Israel has
come up with a variety of interesting state-
ments from world Jewish leaders. The obser-
vations by Label Katz about the "vanishing"
American Jew. which we discussed in these
columns las: week, made little if any impact
on former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
In his own presentation before the triennial
convention in Tel Aviv, the former Prime Min-
ister grudgingly admitted that the American
Jewish community would survive, but he em-
phasized that it was "in spite of all logic."
Katz, In his discussion of the diaspora, had
declared that there "is a two-way road, and
there is traffic a lot of traffic moving in
either direction" of a sound Jewish tuture.
Mr. Ben-Gurion took the low road toward
doom lh? n:ap of his tonnei fiery politics.
We must arn Hebrew he warned. We
must send our children to Israel tor study.
These are admirable goals able ones .'5 well, for many American Jews.
But they xre hardly mandatory In Mr. Ben-
Gur:cn's context a contex: o idoxical
docrr. he implied for us despite his arudging
admission that we would survive
We prefer outgoing President Katz' view
of things. T.-.ey are no less realistic, and they
accent the positive ties between the Jewish
commun America and Israel rather than
the negative and doleful ones.
Congregation in the early 1940's and housed
in a white clapboard building reminiscent of
colonial days particularly fittinq to the up-
per New York State area from where its or-
ganizing fathers originally came.
Today, Beth Torah boasts a plant whose
modern architecture has received international
acclaim, a traditional Religious School with
some 800 students, and an active membership
engaging in a variety of cultural and educa-
tional programs for every age level.
The modest beginning of Beth Torah has
nurtured a congregation of which all Greater
Miami may well be proud.
Beth Torah Anniversary
Celebra'iori of the twenty-fifth anniversary
of Beth Torah Congregation will be launched
at a banquet Sunday evening. The celebra-
tion kicks oft a long series of events dedicated
to marking the congregations guaiter-century
of activity '."orth Miami Bea
The of Beth Tore i pmenl is
the story arowth of North Dade County's
vigorous com: -e'.iqious
and edu I needs.
Beth Torah one of levflg 'qoques
j has expat ally
since it I St four. > Park
Rebuff Makes Good Sense
The U.S. rebuff of the Soviet Union's stiff
note to us about a plaque on the Conqreqation
Zichron Ephraim Synaqoque adjacent to Rus-
sia's Mission buildinq in New York is one we
heartily applaud.
The plaque calls attention to the Soviet
treatment of its Jewish population in the matter
of reliqious freedom.
What makes most sense about the rebuff,
apart from pointinq out that neither the plaque
nor the Jan. 17 march from the United Nations
to the mission interfered with the business of
the mission, is this polite U.S. reminder:
"The organized mob violence recently di-
rected against official United States buildings
in the Soviet Union" is in marked contrast
the orderliness of the Jan. 17 protest and to the
peaceful intent of the plaque.
Sounding A Clear Warning
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol is correct in
callinq the attention of the world, and partic-
ularly of the United States, to the qravity of
the situation in the Middle East.
His country has been the recent tarqet for
a number of incursions by neiqhborinq Arab
bands in "unprovoked attack directed solely
at civilian tarqets."
Foreign Minister Meir warned the U.S.
about the growing tension several weeks aqo.
Mr. Eshkol's statement tells the U.S. in ad-
vance that Israel will not be denied the riqht
to self-defense and that criticism should, in
fact, be directed against the aggressors rather
than the victims.
It is our feelinq that the U.S. ought to be
less hasty in its criticism. The Dominican
public and Viet Nam are clear example-
"offensive : How can our govei
deny Israel the right it takes as its owi
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
THE GREEK philosophy
Socrates, felt that dem*!
racy is one of man's worst
forms of government One
must jump to no hast} eon-
elusions: Socrates u -, ri.
what might be called i
today. His lucid attitudi
ward truth, justice ai
really free soul are sufl
to reject such notions I. \\ M
incredible, then, to regard de-
mocracy negatively? The word comes from "demos." men-
people, and "kratein." to rule, or "kratos." authority If the
themselves, ennobled this concept, why was Socrates disinclined to
endow it with his favor?
I think that the death of Socrates, his official execution bj p ,
inn after being charged with and found guilty of leading the
Athena astray, is the most telling kind of support for the
thinker's view. Even if his murder was orderly and in l
With democratic law. it still does not erase the misguided
tint led to Socrates' purposless demise, Democracy, in ah
guarantee' the exercise .if reason in the free governmental or
Our own time rl< rmwis this observation The repn
slaying I a ivil rights worker in the south. Viola Lius
into motion a Judicial process automatically yielding the
punishment for those who committed the crime Socrates
thai the rule of the people is frequentl) an unedui I
his alternative oi the Phil> sophor King to be more eq ..
fer Ihe holar in s for fifty yi rs prior I i
, i when he wo so old that little time -
mil any p
THC POSITIVt PRCSSUKCS OF CICCTI0N DAZE
tvJEITHER SHOULD ONE ,
' I : a ste|
ility. 11 rest p i
nly alternal i K i
t tides I
> is prel
pi thai thi limited
,\ means ested in I
in n miihl always ssibilit) of tyi
i ileni e, at : e I
ie> olen< e is i pati mizing thing i -
vernment to I
.in of volition whili I issue becomes even "nor,-
turning after the elite, failing in their benevolence and I ill
picion oi tyranny, refuse to band back the reigns Power
all. a self-sustaining and self-perpetuating malevolence
All of which is bj lengthy way oi coming down to our
lem. today as the) appear in politics and government I bav< .
lar reference here to "election daze." when newspaper.-, rad
television announcers urge us to exercise our voting right Hit
DOX set ms to i>e the major S) Blbol of the contemporary demo, |
cess Even in the civil libertarian battle for equal Negro stal
become a primary issue.
: :- :
A NIW SPICIAL INTCKCST CROUP
AN THE SURFACE, th<- voting right of course reflects our I red
^** participation in democratic government. Hence, the repeate
out the vote pressure. What this kind of propaganda refuse- to I
the danger of an uninformed or even misinformed citiienn
ballot box Nothing matters, suggests the "election daze" bally hoo -
except to g<> to the polk and vote Pail to vote, and by default
compromise your status as a free man in a free society.
Truth is that ignorance and misinformation wreak even moi
red havoc. I haw Men all too many persons waiting their turn
vote with a newspaper under their arms telling them which levers
pull These are the best of the misinformed, and one must here
on rhe good intentions of the newspaper, much as one must relj
the benevolence of a benevolent dictator, to make a positive
cratic situation out of a fearfully negative one the kind Socrates
Ognized in his rejection of democracy as a workable goveramei
process
Parallel to ignoran e and misinformation is an even more con-
temporary situation; the extension of the human life span and tl
rgence of a senior citizen society, whose self-appointed spoke-
arc m< -t i Ken loud-voiced, ambitious youngsters riding high on I
shoulders of this relativel) new special Interest group Tin- result
thai a whole class ol enfranchised Americans, who at heel would on
..dually exercise their right to vote, are now le i en masse to po
ii place- and told which levers to pull in order to protect their stai
THE lOWtST ICVCL Of SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS
the recent election in Miami Beach relates directly l
these ci nsiderations This is particularl) true of our senior !
winch recalled the : ei a il
name hallowed in Ameni m historj I am nol here saying tl
new mayor will not do well, or even excel, in his office, But I
in. that In- previous experience would have left him the -
gate if he were nol the son ol one of the mo I ol oui
- I am also saying that a better informed voting public, le -
" I ;i den oec tl altar of an em l
burs) of feeling related nol to the present but to the sentimenal >
wo ild have refused the temptation and exercised it- voting right
iously,
it is this kind of emotion that executed Socrates. It is tin.- -
ol i lisinformation that -< nds the best of our unschooled dtiseos
poll] with newspapers under their arm.- what happened mi
the Beach was a vote for yesterday, not tor todaj or tomorrov
il i ccurred because a special interesl group suceutnbed to the
n of its iowesi level of social consciousnesa
All of which com to the original proposition): Socrates
' the he, cut in the democratic i erni
'ihe sad thing is that for h.......f us who m-<- free-minded
tin re can Im- no alternative no ah. \ec pi tl
to join mass educal
' i in-' the i icen ise I '
.
M..t too man) odw to little i
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Friday. June 11. 1965
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District 5 B'nai B'rith Confab Here
The 89th annual convention of
District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai
B'rith. will be held at the Eden
Roc Hotel starting Sundaj even
iii!. June 20. 8:30 p.m., and con-
tinuing through Wednesday night.
June 23. All busines.-. sessions will
be held at the hotel.
Following District Evaluative
and Budget Committee meetings
tarly on Sunday, the present
Bo;ird of Governors will meet for
the last time under President Rob-
ert I. Lipton. of Durham. N.C. At
this session, two new lodges will
be granted provisional charters,
including Chesapeake Lodge 2553.
of Bowie. Md : and Isadore Gudel-
>ky Lodge 2549. Silver Spring, Md.
The opening session will start
at 8:30 p.m., Sunday evening,
and feature presentation of a
Youth Fellowship Award to Dis-
trict Past President Edward
Rosenbium, of Washington, D.C.
Newly elected Supreme Lodge
President Dr. William A. Wex-
ler, of Savannah, Ga., will make
the presentation.
Guest speaker will be Richard
McCormack, of Washington. D.C,
assistant director of the Office of
Economic Opportunity Authority
which implements the anti poverty
program of President Johnson.
Women's Anniversary
Other special highlights of the
convention will feature a joint
luncheon of the men and women
delegates on Monday. June 21,
when Supreme Lodge President
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Wexler will speak. On Monday-
evening, all delegates will be
guests of B'nai B'rith Women. Dis-
trict 5. as they celebrate their 25th
anniversary.
I Tuesday morning, the men will
conduct their annual Yizkor serv-
ice at 9 a.m.. in memory of all
members who have passed away
since the 1964 convention This
will be led by Rabbi Simeon Ko-
brinetz, Hillel director ot the Uni-
versity of Florida. At the men's
luncheon on Tuesday, the annual
presentation of awards to out-
standing lodges and members will
be made by Awards Chairman Jay
Markowitz. of Tampa; Joe Han-
chrow. of Wilson. N.C. a member
of the National Membership Cabi-
net; and by Executive Secretary
Arnold D. Ellison, who will make
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is located. The local school board
will be required to buy the bocks'
and lend them to the pupils. The
state will reimburse local boards
up to $10 per pupil at an estimated
annual cost of $3,000,000.
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, direct-
or of Torah Umesorah, National
Society for Hebrew Day Schools,
said there was a "terrific short-
age" of funds for textbooks for
Jewish schools in New York City.
He said the new law would bene-
fit all school children.
He estimated about 35.000 pupils
in Jewish schools in New York City
would benefit Rabbi Morris Sher-
it. executive vice president of the
Agudath Israel ot America, said he
hoped other states would follow
the New York lead.
special presentations to retiring
National Commissioners.
The election of officers for
1965-66 will be held on Wednes-
day afternoon, at which time
Samuel Nieberg, of Coral
Gables, will be elevated to the
presidency of the district. He
will be formally installed at a
banquet Wednesday evening by
Harry S. Wender, of Washing-
ton, D.C, immediate past vice
president of the Supreme Lodge.
District Grand Lodge 5 is com
posed of 115 lodges in Maryland.
Virginia. North and South Caro-
lina. Georgia, Florida and the Dis-
trict of Columbia. Its presents
male membership of 13.600 is the
highest in its 98 year history. Over
250 men delegates are expected
to attend the convention
Current Officers
Current district officers include
president. Robert 1 Lipton. of Dur
ham. N.C; presidentelect. Samuel
Nieberg. Coral Gables; first vice
president. Morris H. Price. Balti-
more. Md.; second vice president.
Joseph H. Hanchrow. Wilson. N.C:
treasurer Hy Chambers. Green-
ville. S.C; and executive se-
cretary. Arnold D. Ellison. Atlan-
ta, Ga.
Newh -elected Supreme Lodge
vice president, E. Albert Pallot.
of Miami, will be toast master for
the installation banquet and Jack
Jenkins, of Washington. D.C, will
also participate.
The South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges will act as
official host for the convention,
and its president, Joseph B. Gor-
instein, of Miami Beach, wil1
welcome all delegates at the
Sunday evening opening session.
Assisting him as local co-chair-
man is Eli Hurwiti, Council past
president, plus a full committee
of local B'nai B'rith leaders.
Format of this year's conven
tion will concentrate heavilj) on
meetings of all District Standing
Committees and a full
morning devoted to all aspects ol
leadership training and devi
ment.
This session will be conducted
by District Past President Man
rice Steinberg, of Augusta. (.;.
and has been cc < 1 ted ^nder
the aegis of National 1 .ograirs Di-
rector Herbert S. Levy, of Wash-
ington, D.C
Concurrent Meeting
Meeting concurrent!) wit. the
men but in sepaiatc business ses-
sions will be appri ximately 300
-.".omen delegates under the (resi-
dency of Mrs Edu..r'r A. Gelfer,
: Silver Spring, Md., and coordin-
ated b> Executive Director Mrs.
Ruth Goldberg, ol Ettnesda "! Mrs Melvin Siege], <:" Savannah,
Ga.. will be installed as the new
1 en's presidenl bj Past I esi-
dent Mrs. Philip Boblasky, a -> of
Sav ,'innah.
District convention chauman
for the men is Eduarc Rosenr'um,
of Washington. I) ( and worn 'n's
convention chairman ..- Mrs Max
Kern, of Miami Ik; I
JWV Announces Two Scholarships
Department of Florida, ir. con-
junction with the national offici 1 .
the J e w i s h War Veterans, an-
nounces its 19<>5 national scholar-
ship program, according to Ainslee
R. Ferdie. department commander.
Named chairman of the Scholar-
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countant James Stern. 5820 SW 94th
Ave.
T w o $2110 scholarships will be
awarded on the basis of abih'.y and
need to the children or grandohii
dren of member-; of the Jewish
War Veterans of the I'.S.A. in good
standing, and who have bwn a<
ccpted for an accredited four-year
college or three-year hospital
school of nursing as members o;
the freshman class entering in thi
fall ef 1965.
Requests for applic; irons Should
bt directed to James Stern or the
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Friday. June 11, 1955
Beth Torah Opens 25th Anniversary
Celebration lo Begin
With
This
Banquet Here
Sunday Evening
FOR RUATIO STORKS
Hut
Beth 1 '> an-
; S \,i-
m i : Bi
Sui
, in the Beth 1
- .1 Hall.
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. e ceased
rt'olli lec<
-, Joseph Schmier,
R thai Snei h r Th
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lim are Stanl I
,r Gittelson, Ju-
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BETH TORAH CONGREGATION AT 1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD.
lius i Mr. and Mrs Joel
rer Mrs \ an Kaul
\|i i heo lore Klametz Mi
Mrs Irvi m New man, Mr md
Mrs lo Sm hi ii. :
\li .1 c roi
Rich
. Stein.
A QUARTER-CENTURY OF SERVICE TO COMMUNITY
From Monticello to No. Miami Beach
SNUDM
RtV. KA1Z
< iring tle Sunday celebration.
i to be hon >red are "founding
iers" of she congregation, in-
i u ling Ben Genabaft, D. Ber-
kow. Jules Klion, A. GouistBin.
Joseph KjIi.h i-r, Aaron Siegel
(de Jake 1'litt. l Levan-
thai, Morris DarJof. H. Schnei-
der im Pollack, Ellas Pollack,
j -. -d), L Kap-
B Finkelstein, Jacob Pinskj.
6iml \. Sot kolofl I
man J. Berman, H. liosko-
\ ; istus.
will launch the
< full year of ai
i ns, dim n I
; ii slimonial in I* n v ol all
i i hi -< are
Res
[< man
in n
r Snyder, Harold Brown,
A congregation must have a
quorum oi U n male worshippers,
an.I ii was with iu.-t nine others
that Rev. Jacob Kat/ joined a
quartr <>f ;i ientur> ago. in in-
to torga the iir.-t synagogue in
the North Dade area, called Con-
lation "i liontkebV) Park.
The first name was chosen i>'
cause the founders were mostly
hotel owners from Monticello.
NY. who made Florida their
winter heme and who felt the
need for a Hauae a* Worship.
Be\ Kate whu was. and is a
shoahat, was stwaan u presidea!
and spiritual leader, and a -mall
18-fi. by 3611. white clapboard
building, one oi the few in the
entii as erected on w lial
is now the site ol the huge 163rd
St. S : 'i'1'1'
--.. Mr- Jo-
wife of
and other
in-l iw "i Re< tCatz, the W men -
\ ixiliarj was named in her mem-
,,r> Tv o ;-<-.r- later, the bris of
Katz, -"ii "i Re* and
Mr- Katz, w; the first to be
I in the community. Inci
w ill !>. married
this
Ann nd a total
yi irl) budge) ol the congregation
,,f $100 in 1945, stand in marked
contra;! to the quarter "f a mil-
lion dollar operational budget i I
the synagogue today. A major
step forv ard in the congregation's
history was the deeding of its
present land of three acres h> the
Sullivan C"ii n t j Development
Corporation in 1MB. Aaron Sie-
gel, now deceased, was the fir-t
president of the corporation.
In the following year High
Huh Da) sci \ lie- were held, and
a school pasgraoi was inaugural
ed for [out mil- and one boy.
Spiritual leaders oi the congre-
gation in the peal years included
Bat hi Boris Itackoviky. who now
serves as HiUcI director in Aus-
tralia, and whose father is Rab-
bi Joseph Kackovaky, spiritual
leader oi Beth Tfilah Congrega
lion on Miami Beaoh
His ICC* BOOT was Rabbi Abu
AivhileHure
Is Acclaimed
i: -;i Torah Congregation, at
1051 No Miami B e a c h HUM
lg one "i the most unique
s y n a | u e ar< hiteel
throughout the nation.
Striking in its modern design,
and with no compi omise >>i it es
sentiallj -;m n\i..l and cultural
purpose, r>. th i orah has been
the subject of many articl<
numerous architectural and art
magazines throughout the coun
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Page 7-A
Prime Leadership Makes Difference
The spectacuUi growth of Betli
ToraJi Congregation, particularly
since the construction <>t it- new
facilities, ma) be measured i>>
Hi.' devoted energies <>i its lead-
ership, professional and lay,
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Dr. Max Lipschitz recently cel-
ebrated Viis 18th year in the rab-
binate and his fifth in the pulpit
of Beth Torah He was ordained
at Yeshiva University and a stu-
dent <>f Rabin J I! Soloveitchik
lor four years He also attended
I he Hebrew Theological College
of Chicago and the Yeafeiva Beth
Yehuda in Detroit. Mich.
A native of Israel, he GUM to
Detroit from Tel Aviv in 1932.
Prioa to his assuming the Beth
Torah pi.jpit here, he served at
Beth Israel Center in Madison.
Wise, for 12 years. He has served
no other congregations in the
capacity of spiritual leader.
Dr. Lipschitz holds a Master
oi Arts degree from Columbia
University (19481 and a Doctor of
plulosoplv from the I niversity of
WtscOOSUl (1964 1 lie is former
DR. LIPSCHITZ
MRS. KESHMNSKT
GITTHSON
secretarj of the Rabbinical As
satiation of Greater Miami, on
the Advisor] Board of the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation and
cooidinator of the Kahbinical
Page in The Jewish Floridian
He is active in the Hebrew Acad
emy, vice president of B'n.ii
B'rith, Israel Bonds, a worker
for Israel Bonds, member of thi
South Fl )iida Council of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and its chair.
Affairs A member of the Knights
of Pythias, he is honorary chap
lain of the Jewish War Veterans
and on the board ol the Florida
Ann Delauuilion League and
American Friends <>t tile He-
brew UntvereU)
MRS. SIDNEY KESWL.ANSKY
Supervisor of the Beth Torah
I'ic-Scliool is Mrs. Sidney Kesh-
lansky, who this year was hon-
rirnH For 'i <'-*-;'t rf ^wic0 ns
Pre School director at Beth Tor
ah at the annual Yom Ham trefa
rvanoe in May
Mrs. Keshlaaaky, a native oi
New York City, attended the New
York School oi Music and is new
vice president of 'he Synagogue
I're-School Council >t Greater Mi
ami, affiliated with the Bureau
oi Jewish Education.
RICHARD SNEIDER
Pioneer Smith Floridian. Rich-
ard Sneider has lived here -nice
1926. An insurance underwriter.
Sneider was recently reflected
to serve as president of Betli Tor-
ah. He is the only president ol
the congregation to serve two
consecutive teems,
Sneider was president of tin-
Men's Club and chairman ol the
Building Committee in 1960. for
wlmh he was co-honored in 1961
with the late Harold Wolk. after
whom the Beth Torah Religious
School is named.
Sneider has also S er V e d as
chairman of the Beth Torah
Pon-vi of Trustees and vice pres-
ident at large oi the congregation
for two terms.
Apart from his professional ac-
tivity, he confines his extra-cur-
ricular interests almost exclusive.
ly to the congregation, bis other
major affiliation being member-
ship in '.lie North Miami BetU l
Pest oi the Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A.
I
ABRAHAM J. GITTELSON
Completing bis seventa year *
educational director ol the Beta
Torah Religious School is Abra-
ham J. Gittelaon, a former presi
(lent of the Jewish Educators
Council oi Greater Miami. wh.>
was honored this year at the an-
nual dinner ol the Bureau of
Jewish Education lor n years >f
service to the Miami community.
The Religious School now num-
bers more than 830 student* la
;iie Pre School. Sunday and He-
brew Departments, with 25 teach-
ers on the faculty.
GittelSOO is a native of New
York City, where he received a
teacher's degree from Yeshiv x
I niversity. and MA in Hebrew
Education He served as national
education director of the Bnei
Akiva Youth Movement, anj
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    Page 8-A
    +Jewlst nrrHiir
    Friday, June 11. 1955
    0!d Canadian Anti-Semite
    SrerH'S Comefcac k in Hale Field
    Ql EBEC (JTAI Jewish
    sii.iki-.-ii! n Ml l tin.- week tha<
    Adrian Arcand ore of the mosl
    notorious anti-Semitic agitators in
    Quebec in the mid thirties, appar
    cntly was starting a comeback
    lure after years of silence
    About 150 persons attended a
    rally of the "National Unity of
    Canada Party" at which Arcand
    delivered a harangue composed
    of most of the canards spread
    throughout Canada before World
    War II by Naxi agents.
    Arcand distributed irasl quan
    tities of anti-Semitic material, or-
    ganised manj
    many infiam mat ....
    b35 until .1 few vi ek?
    -tart of World War ;.
    when he v* as proset ute I
    idian War Meas res
    interned
    Alter hi- n lea
    ment. he sued the
    ernment for 1250 0 0 1
    alleged false arrest and
    imprisonment, lie chai
    suit that the Royal
    Mounted Police and the
    Jen Ish ongress
    nave him Interned The
    came to (rial.

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    Ho!y Ark to the Circulo Cubano Hebreo de
    Miami as Rabbi Dov Rozencweig (left), spir-
    ir_cl leader of the congregation at 1534 Wash-
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    Schniadowskys are shown with their son and
    daughter.
    U.S. Snubs Soviet Demand
    Continued from Page I-A
    11 enunded "the immediate re
    m i of the slanderous inscrip-
    tion."
    Tne United States reply noted
    ttw all appropriate measures
    were taken to ensure that the
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    Friday. June 11, 1965
    -Jew 1st ncrldi&n
    Page 9-A
    N. Y. Rally Raps Soviet Bias
    At installation ceremonies of Young Israel of Greater Miami
    are (left to liaht; Dr. Sol Nussbaum, outgoing president; Rabbi
    Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader; and Harry Lerner. incoming
    president.
    Young Israel Installs New Officers
    i
    t
    Harry Lerner has been elected
    and installed new prr ;ident ol
    Young Israel of Greater M-ami.
    Installation was held last
    week in the synagogu e sanctu-
    ary, with Habbi Sherwin Stauber
    officiating.
    Also installed into office were
    Murray Frand. Alex Oooze, Milton
    Gottlieb. Bern Lerner. Marvin Lip-
    man and Emanuel I'ngar. vice
    presidents: Ernest Field, treas-
    urer; Mrs. Abraham Auron. rec-
    ording secretary; Dr Ira stein,
    publicity chairman
    President of Sisterhood is Mrs
    Murray (Jartner; Mrs Max Stern,
    president of PTA.
    Members of the Board of Di
    rectors are Charles Brar.der. Burt
    Brody, Ben Fishbein. Moses Gal-
    lant. Morris Gomberg. Louis
    Goodman. Joseph Greenberg.
    Joseph Gropen. Israel Itzkovitz.
    William Kreuter. Joseph Margolis.
    Alex Moss, Louis Rosenberg. Sid-
    ney Rosenberg. Ed Stern and
    Moses Weiss.
    Mrs. Sherwin Stauber assisted
    in the charge during installation
    ceremonies.
    Outgoing president of the con-
    gregation. Harry Ixrner. spoke. In-
    coming President Stern also deli-
    vered greetings. Both traced the
    congregation's eight year history,
    emphasizing the congregation's
    plans to complete a two-story
    classroom building in time for the
    i next school semester.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    right to have organizations m the
    Soviet Union and to have religious
    and cultural bonds with Jewish
    communities abroad
    Sen. Jacob Javits told the rally,
    which was sponsored by the New
    York Conference on Soviet Jewry,
    that it was "tragic" tha' twice
    w!th'n a veneration, a rally pro-
    testing anti-Jewish acts in Europe
    had lo be held He said thai while
    the success of such protests hail
    been -mall, they "must give new
    strength to our expressions ol con-
    cern."
    Sen Robert F. Kennedy said the
    Jews of Russia "do not march
    alone. The conscienes ol the world
    cries out in their behalf. He said
    that championing freedom any-
    where was deeply in the American
    tradition.
    Dr. Max Nussbaum, chairman
    of the American Zionist Council,
    and Dr. Joachim Prinz, chair-
    man of the Conference of Presi-
    dents of Major American Organ-
    izations, told the rally that peti-
    tions being circulated for 1,000,-
    000 protest signatures would be
    sent to President Johnson and
    the United Nations Human
    R'lhts Commission, urging them
    to use their influence with Soviet
    leaders to restore full rights to
    Soviet Jews.
    Dr. Nussbaum emphasized that
    the gathering was not "an anti-
    Soviet rally but an expression of
    the concern ol Jews tr:it the So
    viet authorities give the same
    right- to Russian Jewry ;hat it
    does > other minorities
    Gov. Nelson Rockefeller pro
    claimed the rally day A Da;. )f
    Protest in New York Against Ant
    Semitism" and said thai such i
    tests were "fitting Mayor R >
    lit Wagner proclaimed the day a*
    Conference on Soviet Jewry Day
    in New York City."
    Rabbi Emanuel Rackman ca. I
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    "the last vestiges of slavery" by
    restoring "justice and equality' i
    the Jew- and to other minor
    in Russia.
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    +Je*lsti ncrMiain
    Friday. Juna 11, 1955
    Israel Protests Jordan's Aggression
    Continued from Page 1-A
    rt rane. in bro;id daylight in
    thickly populased area and with
    . obvious inteal <>t mdisenmin-
    kiilmt; The Israel protect as-
    n\l thai the Btttatls ol the I>
    el-Jordan armisticv do not con-
    . any episode more VKafHU and
    nton than this one
    In the letter to be circulated
    .-. members of the Security Coun-
    : I as a formal document, Ambas-
    .idor Michael S. Comay, perma-
    - ent Israeli representative to
    ->e UN, affirmed that "not a
    nqle shot was fired from the
    ;raeli side before, during or af-
    ter this incident, and no Israeli
    patrol or other armed personnel
    were involved in it."
    The letter accused Jordan of fab
    ricating a charge that there had
    been Israeli shooting a half hour
    earlier in order to provide pre-
    text for the Jordanian action The
    .; Her BSSt (! that Bt least two
    Jordanian posts took part in the
    shooting. It said "the government
    oi Jordan must accept lull respon-
    sibility lor this deed perpetrated
    by ids military foroee 111 gross viola-
    tion of the Israeli-Jordan general
    mission investigation was pro-
    ci cdins. Ambassador Comay did
    not ask I'M a council meeting.
    Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Ifn
    Golds Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
    ister, summoned Gen Odd Hull, the
    United Nations Truce Supervt- r>
    Organization commander, tins
    v.eek to Inform him of the grave
    situation created by the Jordanian
    attack on Jerusalem in whkih two
    Israelis were killed and several
    vounded
    Official sources there stressed
    that the Jordanian shooting WBd
    their attack across the border. It
    is believed that United States of-
    ficials again expressed their con-
    cern over the deterioration of
    the situation along the border
    and reiterated their firm opposi-
    tion to any acts of violence and
    use of force.
    Fatah terrorists from Jordan
    and Lebanon .-truck a yam at Is
    armistice agreement and of ordin- planned. They noted that about 15
    ar\ human decency." The letter
    noted that a Mixed Armistice Com.
    Ner Tamid Confirmation Services
    .'oiK'ludinx late services lor the
    .rent season at Temple Naff
    mid on Friday featured con-
    niation exercises
    The tudenls participated in
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    Musical portion was ottered
    the Temple choir under the di-
    tion oi Joseph Schreibman
    Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz and
    ntor Saul 11 Breeh officiated
    the reremonj
    Mi- fSugene Schwarz president
    v Tamid Sisterhood, present
    the sacred books and Maurice
    Zartskj chairman ol !
    ted the confirmation cer-
    . -
    Firmands are Richard son ol
    " :. aiK: Mrs Raj Belitsk). Henrj
    Mr and Mrs Gilbert Blum:
    :. son ol Mr and Mrs Mi 1
    Borkan; Howard, son ol Mrs
    } onne Hurkhol/ Jerrj son ol
    Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chasen;
    Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    1 Philip I)ii Beshter: Carol. daut;h-
    1 ter of Mrs. Jean Feldman: Allan.
    son of Mr and Mrs Mory Kelsot:
    1 Gerrilyn, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
    Gilbert Gross; Wayne, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Donald I'nchason.
    Families of the confirm ands
    tendered the Ones Shabbaf
    During Saturday morning serv-
    ices, promotion exercises were
    held for the following student- en-
    tering Hebrew Hieh School at Nor
    Tamid
    Robert -01: ol Mi' and Mrs ii
    \ ing oh, n. Mil hael -on ni Dr
    and Mr- Alfred Freeman; Frank,
    SOn "I Dr and Mr- Michael II i
    wit/ Ti rry, -or. of Mr and Mrs
    Murraj Miller Heather, daughter
    ol Mr and Mrs Lonai d \1 il
    11 .. -on ol Mr
    George and Susai
    Dr and Mi-- \ iiak.
    Invite friends and relatives to take a
    Sunshine Safari to Florida. There's plenty
    of pleasure in store for them here in
    the Sunshine State and all it takes is a
    personal invitation. Add a few words
    ir S immergram about the sunshine,
    the fun 'nil professional
    op|...... Florid rera.
    'II thank j I 11. person.
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    1 ..eli collective settlements t h 1 <
    ueek causing damage to propert)
    but no casualties. Tlu-> placed >
    plosives under a house in Kibbutz
    Utah in the upper Galilee and Main-
    agsjd a water tank in tlio Bet Cm
    1 in Kibbutz in the I.achr-h area,
    Officials said that tracks from [|
    tab led to the I.ebane.-e bOBdar and
    from Cet Go\rin to Jordan. Pre
    nuer Lcvi Fshkol receive report. Israel lodged a complaint
    Wath the Israeli Lebuin-*- Mixed
    Armistice Commission
    minutes before the attack. Jordan
    submitted s complaint to the Is
    rael-Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
    mission claiming Israel had opened
    lire They said the complaint was
    a pretext for the a 11 a c k. They
    warned that if the Jordanian at-
    tack was K1 n ti Hussein's answer to
    Israeli warning against "conniv-
    ing" with raids into Israel by Fa
    tah commandoes from Jordanian
    bases and to Israel care not to
    harm Jordanian civilians, "he 1-
    playing with fire "
    The grave view and the possible
    serious consequences of further
    Jordanian acts ol aggression were
    conveyed in Washington in talks
    with state Department officials
    this ueek bj Israel diplomats in
    discus-ion- on the wanton attack
    bj .'ord.in in Jerusalem
    It is understood that the Is-
    raeli diplomats pointed out that
    repeated investigations have
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    shot was fired from Israeli posi-
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    Juilding committee of Kneseth Israel Congreqation
    leets Ronald LeVinc, representative of Robert L. Turchin
    Construction, Inc.. to finalize neqotiations for the rcbuildinq of
    Cneseth Israel at 1415 Euclid Ave. Front iow (left to riqht'
    He Benjamin Weinberq, Jose LisVitkinas. Harold Shapiro.
    Oscar B. Shapiro. Rcbbi David Lehifield, Louis Dublin, Joseph
    Nadler, A. Shaffran. Jacob Goodman. Rear (left to right) are
    David Eisenstein. Phillip Weiss. Cantor Abraham Seif, Mor-
    ris Glantz, Milton Kahn, and Victor Schonwetter. Kneeling is
    Le-Vine. comptioller of the Turchin company.
    Technion Gets
    New President
    HAIFA JTA AlexaiK
    Goldl encral director
    Chemicals and Phosphate: Lt
    v ;is unanimous!) i lei ted this
    as president ol
    ol Technolo :y. i
    i "' linn, who resigned
    i health
    The new Technion presider-
    sa;t' ha agreed with the conte
    of Gen. Dori's final report ?i
    the Technion rioverninq hoc
    and said his first tas!; would t
    to seek adequate condito
    t Technion staff. He c?lled ti-
    the Government to share- tt-
    burden of the Institute's expe-
    ses because "Injher education
    in the interests of 1 he state
    Premier Levi Eshkol, who a
    tended the meeting, promise:
    Goverment help to 'he Tec
    nion in its current difficulties.
    The new Tech'
    was bom in \ ilna and cam
    rael in lf<48. aft< i in I.
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    tinian problem" which did not
    provide for the "elimination" of
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    unified command, calling it in-
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    plan to "liberate Palestine at the
    A r a i> Premier's conference
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    *Jewls*ncrl Friday, June 11, ]S6
    fKeli
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    ions
    s.
    ervices
    J his lAJeekend
    AGUDATH ACHIM 6305 CoMint Ave
    C':icdex.
    I VI m-
    GL'DTH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avs.
    Ortnodox. Rabbi li.uc Ever.

    AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
    T ON 98? SW (7tK Ave. Orthodox.
    Cantor lirael Kershner.

    ANSHE EMES. 2^33 SW ith Ave.
    Conaarvativa, Emanuel Kushelewit*.
    ----
    IETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
    n-vative Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor
    lam W. Lipson.
    I day 8 p "1 Sal irdaj a-m Ker-
    kVhat w< Mi an b>
    Bai Mlti ah Mi- tin H
    on .1 Mr and .Mi> Arthur Harsh-
    1..
    --------
    KIH EL, 600 SW 17th Ave. Ortno
    dox Rabbi Solomon Sthiff.
    f a] l n Baturdaj 8:30 .1 m
    Th< Ranks ol 1 It) Mln-
    .. 6:45 p.m
    BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Berei Wein.
    ---- ----
    BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
    Ave. Orthcdox. Cantor Maurice
    Mamchaa.
    - ----
    BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari.
    unaet Baturda] 8:4! .1 m.
    -. Th Mirror of i.if>
    , : i). 1 1 li si ) 1.. i!. dli tlon
    --------
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
    13630 W. Dmie Hwy. Conservative.
    Rabbi R'Chard Marcovitz. Cantor
    Seymour Hinkes
    1 8:15 p.m Sermon: "A Report
    . 1.. 1 in .\--imiM> Convan-
    8:45 ii in
    --------
    BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joieph E. Rackovaky.
    ---- ----
    BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    111
    CAHDLEUGHTtNG TIMf
    11 Sivan 6:53 p.m.
    i sstai
    schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    oaum.
    ; Prlda) t and vah
    ifrhtei and Mr- Jar-k
    Lxa Saturdaj S
    vah Matthi a son I Ml and
    nil I '..:.|. 1
    a
    1'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    Consevative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack l.erner
    FYldaj S 13 p m > Sn ill ii
    i ". .11 -. i. in out l'outh." t'SY i -
    II i.. Installed Bat irda a.m
    Sermon. I i n ol l hi Wi h I hi
    Mltsvah Rob< rt, son i I M
    Helm
    --------
    "-UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
    AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Ortho- i
    dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.
    --- ----
    -LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW Slat
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enteld Cantor George Goldberg.
    ! i.i., > 1:30 p.m Baturdi I I ra
    Mlncha '<'''' p.m.
    ---------
    FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
    E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Leviton.
    - ----
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetret
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S .
    Gross
    Friday 10 p.m Baturdaj B m Mtn-
    :n.

    HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER ith
    St., Homestead. Conservative. Can-
    tor Pincus Aioot.
    -
    HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
    Hebrew Lesson
    **'m.22n imn
    Who Will Blow the Shofart
    TDitfa ypn- 'a
    pn:r
    ^
    '3-)3 rrosa
    A story la told of Rabbi Levi
    Isaac of Berriitchev. who was look
    inn on the eve of Rosh Hashona for
    someone to blow the Shofar in the
    House of Study There gathered to
    him from all ends ol the city all
    the expert blowers Manv wanted
    laW) 211/2 CEnC 3'S"7"13C to be granted the worthy deed of
    -,-,- --i-.- ,,-i. -,,~^ blowing the Shofar in the Rabbi's
    ira"? lei*? j?ib na% Houst. ot Slud>,
    "SIT frSK IDONT.H .Bh*TSn Rabbi Levi Isaac a>ked each one
    l7 u, "." 'h'rn: To what do you direct
    ."TV*^ W$p. ^3P ^V*i^^ your thoue!l,;i during the blowing
    of the Shofar" Kach one of them
    nyraa hot*? vfh n:nn
    tried to show how deep was his
    concentration, and each one said
    that he directed his heart accord-
    ,2"^71 *? ing to kabbalistic lore (mystical
    wisdom i which was only known to
    the few.
    -rnx ~r sns* "- *a" ^xtf
    i t't: -t
    tens
    12-3 nans nn sis5?
    T a simple man. 1 Have lour aaugn-
    71712*71 ?~)C17 I1,i?P nSJw3 tens and they are all adult, and it's
    time to net them married, but I
    haven't the money to marry them
    off with. During the shofar-blowing,
    I direct mv heart and gay: Lord of
    But Rabbi Levi Isaac chose none
    of them. One day a Shofar-blower
    came to him and said: Rabbi I am
    simple man. 1 have four daugh-
    Rabbi Levi Isaac was filled with
    Joj and said to him: it is ,-. sincere
    thought, you wiH be the far-
    blower in my bouse of study.
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    in tit w. |w.? mii an(. fulfllk.(1 Thv commandmenta.
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    : t marriage-parlners tor my daugh-
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    Beth Moshe
    Ladies to Meet
    Mrs Burton Strert, incoming
    president. Beth lioshe Sisterhood,
    will conduct a meeting in the
    Temple on Monday evening
    Program will incuuie a report by
    Mn Aithur J Brown on the re
    cent conference in Jacksonville of
    the Florida Branch. National Wo-
    men's League United Synagogue
    of America
    Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
    David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudan
    Heilbraun.
    SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25t*
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. Swirshy. Cantor Louis Cohen
    JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
    SVNAGOOL'E. 1032 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Starn.
    -
    Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrtield.
    Cantor Arr.inm- Seit.
    .. i p.m Sal i rda i m
    Sermon "Th< I'm -' Blei Ing Bar
    Mltsvah Aviv, son "f Ml and Mrs
    Moi i Stain
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
    Washinqton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Str.issteld.
    a
    V1INVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
    a
    3HEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
    man
    gat .:.,% so -i in 8> i m.-n. "Finn-
    s.uur.l.ii -
    p.m.
    iEPHAROlC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    ------a ------
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    aj c i> in Saturdaj i IS '<. s-'
    mon "Samaon, ;< Hero and Sol
    l...,,i.-i Bar Mltsvah: Leo, son '(
    Mr .mil Mrs rlarry Cook Mlncha
    S:4S p.m, ,
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard.
    FYIda> v SO i1 ni Sermon "Some Rt
    flections mi MarrtBKi Satordaj
    morning Bar Mltsvah: Michael, son ol
    Mr iiriet Mr- Qilberl Strauss
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform.
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
    ---
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
    120th St. Reconstructioni*t. Rabbi
    Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb.
    FYldaj B p m s. rim n How I '-
    ii i ion -i Judaism I tlffer from
    t'omterval Saturdaj I0:S(I a.m
    Sermon "Who iv th< Strong Man'""
    H \i /..,' Tndd, son -f Mi and
    Mrs Ji k.in
    a
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
    Raobi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
    Ernest Stem ---- ----
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser.

    TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM -eSOO NW
    22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman.
    Friday f S rmon "Th< Pi rat-
    lv i : m dlcl Ion Saturdas '" m
    Bai Mltsvah Lo ila Ki Ith, son of m
    and Mrs Rli-hai d ijo* >
    a
    TEMPLE BETH TOV. 643S SW 8th
    St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
    watd.
    a------
    TEMPLE EVANU-EL 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave Conservative Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
    Prlda) I | m Sal i daj in t i
    mon Weakly Poi tlon of th< H
    Mini ha 7 p m Bar Mlts> sh Ki dn w
    I Mr and Mrs Herbert Kern
    a -
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    a
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ava.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per.
    FYldaj B:15 i m Judi .i l'outh Oi nup
    a onducl thi ni n Sa I ui dn j 11
    ., in Bai M ts> : li i 'llfford .i I
    a
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
    Conervatwe Rabbi Maver Abram-
    owitt. Cantor Edward Klein.
    e
    TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and
    Tati m w.itei-way. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rat ni Eugene Lsbovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    a -
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
    8755 SW 16tn St.. Miami. Rabb>
    Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldnian.
    K Idaj 7 p m Saturdaj 15 m Elai
    Mlti h Sti un of Mi i nd M i
    : I I
    a
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
    12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Cnet Gale
    Prlda .in t lag i >.< > Sabbath
    Services Sermon "what i.....
    Pledge -.f Alleiglance Reiiulre i; i -'
    rdsY) li ni liar Mltsvah U
    on ol Mi nd Mn Paul Nefl
    SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OP THE WEEK NASO
    The priest blesses the people in accordance with divine in
    struction.
    Ye shall blc^s the children of Israel, ye shall say unto then.
    The Lord bless thee, and keep thee" (Numb. 6:23-24).
    NAS0 The number of Levites between 30 and 50 years of ag
    eligible to worship and minister m the lent of meeting was 8,581
    \|f those persons considered unclean either because the) wer,
    lepers or had a discbarge, or had touched a corpse were \
    peiled from the camp Thereafter follow the regulations alieeiin.
    adultery and the Nazirites; and the account of the various offer-
    ings made by the princes of the tribes alter the tabernacle was
    finally constructed.
    This recounting of tho Waekly Portion of the Law is ax-
    traded and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jewish
    Hentaeje" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
    Shengold, and the voluma 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
    Emerging Rabbinical
    Role in Miami Area
    By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
    Beth El Congregation
    As executive vice president of the
    Rabbinical Association of Great
    er Miami, how do you envision
    the future of the Association?
    The future of
    t h e Kabbinical
    A s s o c iation of
    Creator -Miami,
    from many indi-
    cations, is filled
    with great prom-
    ise and potential.
    Comprising Rail
    bis ,.f the Ortho-
    dox, Comers a-
    live, and He-
    form movement*,
    t he Association
    h !i a tended to
    bind together the
    community into
    a united entitv
    of constructive endeavors.
    The Association has become
    more actively Involved in the wide
    range of communal problems, and
    has. in turn, been gaining more
    widespread recognition aa a force
    of positive leadership in the COftl
    m unity,
    To properly focus our gaze on
    the Association's future requires .i
    dear Insight into the evolving role
    oi the rabbinate, and the clergy in
    general, in our day
    In previous tunes, the clergj :*i
    most exclusively acted ;is religious
    functionaries, confined to scholas
    tic and religious activitj This i>
    still true in many parts ol tin
    world today They are not pri-
    marily involved in the social, mor-
    al, or political areas of communitj
    life.
    RABBI SCHIFF
    But today in America, the role
    of the clergy has completely
    changed. They have become a dj
    namic force in translating religi-
    ioue precepts into day-by-day ac-
    luin on all levels of human con-
    cern Hardly does an issue arisi
    when tin voice of the clergy i?
    sought out, and clearly board.
    In su.h Issues as religion in the
    school.-, civil rights, juvenile I
    linqueney. political extremism,
    and familj problems, the active
    concern oi "he clergy is evident
    The Rabbinical Association is in
    constant communication with the
    various segments of the communi-
    ty, government, civic.and religious,
    The Ral I inical Association is ret
    ognized as the Jewish counterpart
    ol the Greater Miami Catholic Di-
    ocese and the Greater Miami Coun-
    cil of Churches, and in concert
    with them, deliberate* on vita)
    matters concerning the betterment
    of our total community.
    We engage in educational pro-
    grams through the mas- communi-
    cations media. Including television,
    radio, and the press.
    The Association members, on a
    voluntary basis, minister t<> thi
    physicall} and emotionally ill in
    hospital- and other inslilutioius It
    is hoped that community support
    will help inaugurate a professional
    chaptainc) program to bring in-
    creased st rviie in this \ II il art a t
    human 11 n< I l"H
    A united rabbinate with the pro-
    ie nonalism ol an organized body
    .ui serve at prune catalyst, help-
    kng to elevate Iho status and stat*
    ure of the Jewish community, and
    helping to promote ihr; advance*
    ment of the general communitj
    ammuiii': sess
    -ige it prepiHlA i". CO"
    OpCratiuTI uith xhc ('r.-.'T Me
    J.".: H .' || A
    C lall c/ ffutures ap-
    pear:-:: I.ere is
    DR. MAX UPSCHITZ
    Spiritual .'rmlrr of Brtli Torah
    Congregation o/ .\. :'-. Nfumi
    Rfj.'i
    TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 95'
    E. 4th Avc., Hialeah. Conservative.
    Prtday v i' ,r naturdaS B m
    s
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamors Av
    Conservative. Rsbbi Hershel Brooks
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    a
    TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Ra
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was
    man.
    Baturrta>
    the i 'hildi .-ii of larai
    1 Mr and Mi KI hard
    Plasi i
    a
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. S5O0 N. Miami
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi H-nr,
    WernirW
    ! p.m .-. i \
    H Ith Two Mi turda) ,i in
    s. rmon Thi \\ u: I i .
    Mltsval UlehaH Mr and
    Elliot Kurfiuj
    YOUNG ISKALL. 990 NE 171st St
    Orthorios. Rabtii Shervmn Stanber.
    l"i da
    mon
    li Mini m
    Speaking for the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau
    of Jewish Education at community graduation exercises May
    20 were two valedictorians, Stanley Bilsker and Jacgueline
    Wohlforth (left to right), recipients of the Ratner Prize and the
    Shapoff Award. With them is Louis Schwartzman, executive
    director of the Bureau, who acted as chairman at the exer-
    cises. Greetings were extended by Joseph Cohen, president
    of the Bureau.


    Friday, June 11. 1965
    'Jtiwlslfhr fetter
    Page 13-A
    Beth David Has Closing Exercises
    Members of the Silver Anniversary Commit- Sneider. Not shown are Mrs. Irving Newman,
    !?e of Beth Torah Conqregation, under the Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schaf-
    l^adership of Seymour Rosen, (left to nqht) fel, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gottehrer, Julius Gor-
    Irv:nq Newman, Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, Sey- don, Mrs. Stanley Stein, Abraham Schorr and
    ..-.our Rosen. Abraham Gittelson. Mrs. Jerome Mrs. Theodore Klametz.
    : rhwartz, Stanley Friedman, Mrs. Richard
    A CALENDAR OF CONGREGATIONAL EVENTS
    *ast Year at Beth Torah
    low ship, "' nily and
    that i k the Si
    the
    ,-r sel the
    I i ) ii n yeui
    Con i i tion
    .
    . were joi
    n ducting their on n sw ice -
    .i IH-..I bj theatre md '>
    mgsters "i the Hebrew School
    the Youth Auditorium, with
    t Max A LipcchiU t>ffi< iating,
    \ I Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    :n chanting tho li urgy, a.s-
    i-tpd by the choir uiuk-r the Action >>f Miriam Donnerstag
    Celebration
    |The month of October was high-
    fehted by the first State <>f l>-
    jel Komi dinner at which Dave
    I irmilies. a supporter of Israel
    |nl tlie congregation. W1B hon-
    Vd (Her $125.0OU was raised a.s
    n Wayne Morse delivered the
    k.nn address.
    l ire the themes of the Adult Ed-
    ition which boasted the largest
    i-ndancc in Ma history. "Mir
    red en maim' loshen" was the
    gan of the Yiddish I Class,
    t h an innovation being t h e
    Stilly Couples S t u d y Croup.
    ting at the home of Rabbi
    schitz.
    Sisterhood affairs in^an with
    auty reigning supreme at the
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    I
    ti i- modern fun< lional
    h Torah's design won
    the award the Month here in May. 1962.
    Fashion Show Brunch in Novem-
    ber, while the Torah Fund Lunch
    eon contributed a new high in
    donations to the Matilda Schcch-
    ter Residence Hall. Under the
    leadership of the Sisterhood pres-
    ident. Mrs Stanley stein, the
    Beth Torah delegation presented
    the CEAC workshop at the re-
    gional convention in Jacksonville,
    and during the entire year spon-
    sored the many extra-curricular
    activities of the Religious School
    youth Activity
    Youth was active, too. in 1965,
    The Beth Torah ISYers were
    hosts t" 200 church teen-agers at
    their annual Brotherhood Week
    end. and tepped off the year's
    programming by winning Best
    Chapter Awards at the USY re-
    gional convention, and in having
    their president. Steven Weiningcr
    achieve the double honor of a
    Leadership
    Is Difference
    Continued from Page 7-A
    was camp director for the organ-
    i/.in in Toronto an
    Calil After teaching in both the
    rlebn u and publii school system
    in New Y< rk. Gittelson came to
    Miami as e lucational director
    ;.t Temple Menorah, and Liter di-
    rected the school .it what was
    then the N or t b Dade Jewish
    Center
    Gittelson is a member of the
    Board i i DirecMM and the Board
    of License A the Bureau of Jew
    i-li Education
    The Family of the Late
    HYMAN TRASK
    of 1001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Florida
    wish to extend their deep appreciation
    to their many friends for the kind expressions
    of sympathy in their recent bereavement.
    YETTA TRASK AND CHILDREN
    David Trask, Mr*. Annette Phillips and Mrs Sylvia Lefkow
    -(holarship on I
    theasl
    USY
    Highlichl ol leth Torah
    j ear v as the dinner in
    . Lipschitz, who marked IS
    y<. :n the Ri I live years
    ol set Bel h I h ah, and
    the r : bis 1' ctoral de
    gree in Stii ics fr I ni\ ei
    sity of u.- Eighl hundred
    ,- payed tribute to Dr. Lip-
    schitz.
    The Religious School garnered
    its -hare of awards in 1965. as
    well Sharon Leopold was a Na-
    tional Bible Quiz finalist. Jane
    Hirschberg was first in the Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education Art
    Contest and Randy Phillips mw
    a winner of a Community Grad-
    uation award.
    More Honors
    Four students will participate
    in the Bar Mitzvah Tour to Is-
    rael, and an additional four will
    .summer Two faculty members.
    Roslyn Seidel and Gladys Dia-
    mond, were among the first grad.
    uates of the College of Jewish
    Studies; and Rebecca Kay, pre
    school supervisor, was honored
    for a decade of service to the con-
    gregation at the annual Yom
    Ham.rah observance.
    anee.
    Chi sen to lead the congregation
    and its affiliates for the coming
    year were Richard Sneider. pres-
    ident of the congregation; Rhoda
    Stem, Sisterhood president; and
    Julius Cordon. Men's Club pres-
    ident, each of whom served in
    this capacity during the past
    year
    RABBI WANTED
    to serve small Conservative Temple
    in Miami; also teach Hebrew School.
    Reply to R. W.,
    Box 2973, Miami 33101
    Beth David Religious School
    conducted closing exercises at an
    Annual Award Assembly on Me-
    morial Day.
    Representative Dante Fascell
    and Ralph Rosofsky, president of
    the Norman Bruce Brown Post,
    Jewish War Veterans, presented an
    American flag which had flown
    over the nation's Capitol.
    .Stanley Bilsker. Hebrew High, !
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bil- i
    ker, received the Israel Shapoff
    Award, and Charles Silverman.
    received the Jacob and Adele Kap
    Ian prize. Both awards are received
    for high scholastic achievement.
    Richard Waas. son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Maxwell Waas. received the
    Youth Leadership Award from the
    National Federation of Jewish
    Men's Clubs. The award is pre-
    sented to the student who has par-
    ticipated in synagogue activities
    and attended Junior Congregation
    reguiarlj Richard qualified by be-
    nd and as-
    suming '. responsibilitii a
    in the sj
    her ..w i mted were to
    Kent
    Mrs
    ti nda gious
    years; Ruth Bil-
    ' -
    - three
    rs
    rtii
    t es 1


    Singles to Hear
    U of M Prof.
    Miss Myrna Meyers, chairman
    of the Young Singles Group of
    Temple Beth Am has announced
    that the next meeting will be held
    on Thursday evening. June 17. in
    the Youth Lounge
    Guesl speaker will be Dr. Mar-
    shall R. Jones, chairman of the
    Psychology Department, Univer-
    sity of Miami. His topic will be
    Society's Alternative in Coping
    with the Mental Health Problem.''
    Eric Kaplan, Barbara Klraner, Et-
    becca Kurtz, Susan Kurtz. Alan Kur-
    il.r, \r\ Ina Lerner, I >ei ;- Upi
    Cynthia Lube), Mitchell Lublta, Lev I
    Malamed, Sonla M Her
    Daniel NaJJar. Jaj Ossip, Deb ,
    Puder, Jane Rachlin, Helena Rach
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    Rachline, David Ring, Suaan Rodn
    Amy Eloaanberg, Henry Rooenk
    Uk-nanl Samuela, Joaeph Sha<
    Philip EAiacter
    stuart Shacter, John Shlel
    Mlkkl Shiff, Charlec Silverman,
    nold SlruU, Allen Sm th, Almee St,
    Steven Stein, David Tanenbo
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    Hi uce Wltklnd, R|i hard \\ i H <* -
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    Friday. June 11. 1965
    \JC Meets Erliard
    Continued from Page 1-A
    pre \:i. Germany, under
    - ires their inherent [utility." The-
    ire KUenoif. chairman of the
    uip' Civil Rights and Civil Lib
    i Committee, said in his tar-
    to the Governor.
    For the past twenty Odd years
    Committee has opposed group
    -I legMatton nationally and In
    se r;il states Altntagh such
    i-hiiion is generally Intro-
    (< BEN C. CLtIN
    we have baaed our objections on
    th< ground thai more pn items
    arc raised than are solved.
    sued legislation provides big-
    ots and extremists with an oppor-
    tunity to us<- the courts as a for-
    um for their calumnies and as a
    is for publicity." Mr. EDenoff
    explained. "A prosecution to allevi
    ate racial and religious antagon
    lam might well become an instru
    menl for extending it These fears
    are nol Imaginary."
    Beth Am Men
    Elect Officers
    Brotherhood of Pemple Beth Am
    hi elected the foil wing officer*
    m< mbers foi ie i
    Presl lent, Ben B Clein; e* m
    \\i lent, Vf?< i S
    fer; vii e presidents. Herbert Dub
    bin. Leon ird Kaplan recording sec
    i', ster; treasurer,
    Aithi itz.
    to the board wen Di
    Msxwi i ei Ja k D
    nk, Bei nard i
    Carl 1. Laks Geor e M ilin. .1 >seph
    Molicn. Sol Schwartz, Fn
    Shields Harold Malm. Not man
    Mi hael Cleii S Sieei
    Arthur L; D W illiam Silver
    First meeting w as held Mot
    evening in the Musii R
    At the first installation of officers of the Jacob
    C. Cohen Community Synagoaue are (left to
    Sam Lenovitz, Benjamin D. Wilson. Dave
    it, |acob C. Cohen, president and found-
    . ling the gavel, Herman Schnei
    Fahbi Tibor H. Stern, who officic'.ed at the
    installation Rabbi Abraham Weinschneide:
    senior rabbi George Simon. Leon Gottlieb and
    Julius Schwart
    u
    tl
    IN CONJUNCTION WITH SHWUMH CfMRATION
    Cohen Synagogue Torah Dedication Held on Beach
    Holida) of S h a v uo t h was
    celebrated at the Jacob C Cohen
    Communit> Synagogue, with d
    on of a new Sefer Torah don
    ated b> Jacob (' Cohen, president
    and foundei
    1> d i c a 11 o n took place on
    (he fii -' daj ol shavuoth on Sun
    The pulpll "as huilt into
    ., mountain oi green branch)
    replica oi Mount Sinai with d<
    - ol the Ten Commandments
    Hie mountain decoration was
    read> prior to the holidaj and the
    synagogue was open l i visitors
    ii Tibor II st rn, spi
    leader lias jusl returned I
    New York, where he sell i ted I
    Torah prepared especiallj tl
    mantels to tit the ornaments
    the synagogue
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    Page 15 -\
    Rabbi Serves in Dominican Republic
    By chaplain (capt.) and to counsel with them and i i........ .i.........u .u ____.....-*T .

    HOWARD M. GRABER
    Jewish Chaplain with
    U.S. Army 15th Field Hospital
    By Special Report
    Late one Friday night, a non
    fcwish chaplain woke me and said
    tore was a Jewish soldier who
    anted ti> sec me. The hoy was go-
    on a special mission from winch
    thought he might never return
    asked me for my blessing and
    me his parents' address so that
    Imiii! write to them in case any-
    Bia happened to him
    -till don'I know the outcome
    this secret mission, and I am
    haunted by the pleading words
    this young patriotic American.
    worth being a chaplain just
    of help on an occasion like
    I travel around Santo Dom
    I fly my Jewish chaplain
    on my jeep. Wherever I go,
    le see that there is a Jewish
    lain nearby. Even the Dom-
    ins turn with interest as it
    es them by on the streets. I
    been stopped by Jewish
    pre and had a chance to talk
    them. Our units are seat-
    throughout the area, and,
    Spected, our Jewish boys are
    read around thinly.
    n "T pari "i my work here
    chaplain of the 15th Fk Id
    I visit with the personnel
    tn keep up their morale
    ior Home
    liary Party
    Miami Beach Auxll
    oine for the Aged, is hat
    part? at M
    on Tues-
    also
    rd
    99 \K 1671
    '." p m.
    at > Mrs Meyer Gord m.
    --< for the afternoon
    Kuth Miller and .Mrs.
    Ooasfal
    _wers
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    to counsel with 'hem. and I
    5erve the wounded and sick
    I arrange for Catholic and Prof st
    ant services and contact the unit
    h a plains h e n neci ssarj
    Although l have been able to get
    in touch with no more than KM)
    Jewish servicemen in the area. I
    still feel my presence is neces
    sary and important, l feel thai it
    is also good for V e non Jews to see
    a Jewish chaplain soldiering and
    roughing it with them.
    Last week. I had the opportunity
    of conducting services on the air-
    craft assault carrier USS Okinawa
    We had 12 Jewish men and offi-
    cers at the rtrinyan I will attempt
    to make it a regular service Bfl
    long as i am here I went out to
    the carrier by helicopter. It re-
    mains to be seen whether I will
    also hold a service on the USS
    Boxer.
    I have been distributing the
    Mogen Davids that I received
    from the National Jewish Wel-
    fare Board. Letters are written
    from my office to the parents of
    those who ask me to tell their
    folks that I met them and that
    they are well.
    A Small group Of men attend
    the regular Shabbai services 1
    hold here at the 15th Field hospi-
    tal. I also conducted worship for
    son,, servicemen at the local sj
    nagogue one Friday afternoon. Wc
    join ii in prayt r ith 25 men b< rs
    of the n\ ilian Jewish commui
    The sen ici was h.id at i;-
    there is an i ho irs curie
    for civilians Thin, we made a
    quick da~h hack to our location.
    as ltifm hours is the tune when
    sniping is fr< quent.
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    It was through the courtesy of
    the Marine Corps chaplain that 1
    was able to establish contact with
    Parroquia Israelite, the civilian
    Jewish community of Santo Dom
    ingo. The local Synagogue, built
    by the late Dominican president.
    Generalissimo Rafael L, Trujillo,
    who attended services there on oc-
    casion and who was very kind to
    the .lews, is not far from the Am-
    bassador Hotel in the International
    Zone There are approximately :i()
    Jewish families in the city now
    Some of the Jews fled when the re-
    volution staitcd and took refugee
    in Puerto Rico and other places
    The remaining Jews are in a
    vicarious position. Most of
    those to whom I spoke are intent
    on leavir.-j as soon as they can
    liquidate their businesses and
    dispose of their property. While
    there is no anti-Semitism in the
    Dominican Republic, the future
    of the Jewish community will
    be uncertain even after normal
    conditions have been reestablish-
    ed. I am told that there is bad
    feeling between the haves and
    the have-nots. The Jews here.
    because of their economic pos
    tion, are among the haves.
    I would like to visit Sosua.
    I was told that the .lews in tl
    agricultural colony of refugee
    tiers, which was established
    1941). are also shaken up K\
    though there is no revolution
    Sosua, the outcome of the sit
    tion here will determine their ft
    also. From what 1 hear, there .
    about 30 Jewish lamilies left
    Sosua.
    I am lookiti" forward to
    ing the religious supplies and fo
    packages which jwk is sendi
    for the American Jewish sen i
    men. The men here certainly v
    appreciate this type of gift.
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    .l1U<
    oman s
    "World
    Alpha Epsilon Phi In
    National Conference
    On Beach June 15-21 "eJewisll Floiddian
    Alpha EpsilM Phi Sorority will
    |; d its 17th national convention
    ne 15 to 21 a: the Americana
    | AEPhi was founded in 1909
    Barnard College Planning to at-
    |t \ o Smolin, Rose Marvin, and
    ir.a Hess Solomon.
    Local DlMDber Of the Nominating
    mnuttee. Mrs. Richard Brick-
    in annom"..< th.i: t r the first
    native Miamian. Mrs. Nor-
    an (B rbara) Brown, will be in-
    aa .i rational officer
    \h- Br wn will assume the vice
    - i in charge of collegiates
    t/ti r n tag as a pr vines di-
    eclor, advisor to Alpha F.ta Chap
    \ .-. and president of the Greater
    VI mnae Association fr m
    - i" I960.
    i i r of City Panheilenic,
    as recently chosen to become
    mi nber : the Women's Guild
    : the University of .Miami She i>
    also a board member and assistant
    tria-urer of Cedars of Lebanon
    Hospital Auxiliary.
    Mrs. Brown is currently serving
    as i co-chairman of the national
    convention with Mrs. M. I. Luaky.
    of Nashville, Toon, other national
    officers to be installed at the con-
    vection Bra president. Mrs. Wil-
    I. :n Stern; vi.e president in
    charge of caUtaj*a w, Mrs Samuel
    Freund: vice pn -.dent in charge
    i : alumnae, Mrs. Norman Green
    i (Wj secretary-treasurer, Mi
    Sara Larare
    I caJ alumnae will chair many
    of the event- taking place during
    the convention A major highlight
    will b? the National Par.hellenk
    cil Luncheon chaired by Mrs.
    Jean c i. hman. Attending will he
    local representatives of all national
    s rori ies. Addressing the group
    Continued on P*j,e 4-B
    ;Jm n n n i t r
    i K A
    \* U J J n -
    *Y bv 1. 5A BE L G RC V E
    tmuing their round-the
    rid >j< ti, Anna Brenner ana
    Meyers i nchanU d '>: l n
    enci
    ore o high
    tid Wi. '
    an : cold Gratil
    . I lewish communities of
    l n and Ai..hl..n i as in
    . ; ..l and Israeli .
    i m n Mi. in aiea" .
    i ii dinner dance mark
    :i .'. niversary
    ilr and Mrs Samuel Blank
    mi; planm I bj -'i it son, tw i
    h ers and spouses .TO be
    I d at the FontaineMeau on
    me 20. h. ting the gala will be
    and Mrs Jerome Blank, Dr
    Stanley Frehling, Mr
    '.i i mi r.l Krami r.
    *
    e are busy, busy days for
    rkj Harriet S'ltiin. who will
    June bride of M. Steph n
    kman on th 27th Daughter
    and Mrs, im Seitiin and
    uighter of Mrs. Jennie
    in, the bride-elect was feted
    23 at a shower hi sted by
    ge i Rosi i Cohen and
    Myron i Diane) Sandier
    - off her dark hair in a very
    red linen suit
    i h a rs continued on
    .'! with a luncheon at Kings
    Bay Countrj club given by Es-
    u.le i.Mrs. James Breslow and
    Adele M "s Arthur) Langsam .
    Ha: rut very pretU in a yellow
    ed in ruching, hich
    or of the setting
    . On Jui ...' fut re bride
    and black raw >:lk
    le for the I
    -h m r at th-. home of Mrs Louis
    Gilhnan. with Mrs. Ida Cohen, co
    h Conversation piece.
    the pink bird cages holding upys
    ol sweetheart roses .
    The following day. friends Miss
    Ann Margulis, Mrs. Robert Koss-
    man an feaiured kitchen gadgets for a
    change of pa.e shower And
    then, turning from 'he world of
    trivoiity to the acid, nic world
    smart a-- she is attractive. Har-
    riet and her fiance, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. William Jackman.
    made it a double graduation at
    i iversity ol Miami exercises
    Tuesdaj night.
    I harming Phyllis Fleischer.
    University of Miami freshman
    has tak.n first prize for a draw-
    ing entered In the Annual Student
    Ait Kxh.'. it at the Lowe Gallery
    Cortinued on Page 3-B
    e Chapter cf the American Medical Center at Denver
    nW officers with President Jean Leader (seated
    -d from right) and vice president, w:
    mns Feigels; vice president, membership Joar.
    ding secretary, Iris Furman; corresponding secret ry
    Sobel; financial secretary, Karen Budov.
    easurer, Bernice Diamond; chcplain, Barbaib Perlman; and
    r.o:iorary trustee. Ida Miller.
    Miami. Florida. Friday. June 11. 1965
    Section B
    -k4
    "Tevya and His Five Ladies," an original mu- ference. Left to right are Mesdames Mitch*':
    steal play written by the Mesdames Barnet Rosenfeld. Lillian Krononet. Henrietta Flr.
    Joseph and Jack Wolfstein. was presented at Joseph White. Maurice Kovnat and Benjarr. n
    the Emma Lazarus installation luncheon at Lindl. Mrs. Jack Wolistein was installed fee
    the Deauville Hotel. The play won first prize at the second term,
    the recent Southern Hadassah regional con-


    *- ina 1 A K
    Paqe 2-B
    +Je1sfi th>rldlar
    Friday, June 1]
    By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
    Green-Eyed Lovely Fiesta Queen
    R'S really true
    u hat they say
    about B e a u t y
    Queens. They are
    blithe and boonie
    and brilliant, ton.
    Haze) Cohen la a
    'green-eyed beau-
    ty and a University of Miami
    graduating honor student. She ha*
    been chosen to reign as Quern
    over the Fifth Annual Royal Poin.
    ciana Kiest;. apuMOVed by .he Mi
    ami Beautifieation Committee.
    I feel like a celebrity taking
    pctirres in Bay front Park." said
    Miss Cohen. 'It's a good feeling."
    Hazel Cohen is accustomed to
    good feelings. For the past nine-
    teen years, she has lived in the
    house a; 301 SW 38th Ct. in Miami
    Her Roots
    Along with her neighborhood
    friend*, she has gone from junior
    hi-,! to high school and to the
    University. She has belonged t>>
    Temple Judea and was an advisor
    for the Temple Youth Group.
    When her father died six years
    ago, according to Miss Cohen. "1
    had to grow up last She has
    carefully nourished roots; in hei
    home, with her younger sister
    and her mother, she knows lovi
    and what it means to be a Jewish
    hi in a Jew ish fa mil)
    Her mothi r, Mrs. Helen Cohen,
    is executive secretarj "i Temple
    Judee Previoua to holding this
    position, she was super view "t
    the Nurserj School there
    When my father died." said
    Miss Cohen, "my mother made
    sure life wasn't changed for my
    sister and me."
    The Sorority View
    At the University of. Miami,
    Miss Cohen WMS a mathematics
    major: while h<.- minor was Bus
    sian. She is a past president ol
    her sorority and was on the Pan
    hellenic Council.
    "I found life within a life in
    my aorority." said Miss Cohen
    "Sororities are not *triotl\ BO
    cial. They help a girl develop, in-
    troduce her to community service
    work, and I Ix'lievo e\ <"> pil
    -hould have a chance to belong."
    Soon Nils* Cohen will be the
    new in.rh teacher at Coral (..il'les
    High one thing is certain
    none 11 the boys in the class will
    be distracted from the figures
    Haael Cohen was crowned
    Queen Wednesday sight .it Bay
    fiout Bafldsheli by Circuit court
    Judge Henrj Balaban, where
    there was also a special Royal
    I'oinciana concert by Caesar La-
    Monaca and the band.
    While teaching a; Coral Gables
    HiL'h. *he plans to continue at
    the university and study for her
    Master's in math.
    ' There are many job Opportun-
    ities for math majors today,"
    said Miss Cohen, "but I am not
    interested in working with com-
    puters or machines l want to
    teach. I'd ratter work with pvo-
    ple til.iii do anything else
    Temple Beth Am Honors Students
    Piano Students
    Give Recital
    Piano student* of !
    ve a !'< it.. S
    Jew ish Home for tin a. i
    Performers hv mded su
    t. r Btavan Softheh i
    son. Herbert < antor, r.
    Mkrheie Welt, Dannj Najje Cath
    and Michael tokowitz
    Tenl.-r OUn, and John, Jj
    Mk heie she ban
    Th<- olm childrei -
    Hynian (luberman is ,
    the Home.
    Mr- [da <;< Ion of the
    whs in charge W arrai
    ANYONE
    CAN MAKE THE
    HOLES
    MISS HAUL COHIN
    brains and beauty
    New Jewish Center For S- Dade County
    Palmetto Jewish Community
    Center held a recent organizational
    N'ew |j elected officers are Lee
    Aen nson, pri lent Man in 11
    erman. David Bendell, vice presl
    Vbe Smucklr, treasurer:
    Byron Sparber, financial secret
    ary; Sidnej Hausman, recording
    secretary
    Purpose of th new center, ac-
    cording to the officer*, "is to
    provide for residents of South
    Dade, from Coral Gables to
    Homestead, educational facili-
    ties, youth qroups affiliated with
    the United Synagogue, and cul-
    tural and social activities on all
    age levels."
    I Imetto Jew ish Community
    (inter will be affiliated with the
    i nservative movement. Arrange
    ments have l>een made for the use
    of classrooms at Palmetto Ele-
    mentary School in Kendall.
    A welcome party will be held
    ai the home of Mr. and Mrs Rob
    ert Loeb. 7355 SW 140th Tr on
    Saturday evening.
    On the board, serving as com
    mittee chairmen, are: member-
    ship, J. William Baros Jr.: legal.
    Bernard Mandler: Norman Miller,
    religious: Dr. Arthur Pearl. Mor-
    ris Herman. Buddy Yagoda. Mort
    Woineherger, youth: Sheldon Pai-
    ley. Sol Baskin. Men's Club: Mrs.
    Robert Loeb. women's group; Mrs
    Bill Parker. Mrs. Renne Steinberg,
    fund raising; I.eo Martin, and Ben
    Cohen
    At regular Friday evening ser
    vices a Temple Beth Am. all high
    school graduates of the Temple
    were honored
    Special honorees ol the evening
    were seniors in the Post-Confirm'
    ation Club, who have completed
    the 12th grade in ihe religious
    school.
    Poel Confirmation club seniors
    include Mama Orovitz, recent
    winner ol a Silver Knight Award
    hi Journalism, David Leopold, for
    Silver Knight Award in art. Jud
    Marcus Paul Freeman .lack Gold
    stein, Jack Gunther, Barbara liar
    : I son, Sharon Km land. Ted Silver,
    Muriel Lighl
    i. luating seniors from local
    high Schools are .lame* Baiter. Su.
    sanne Herman, Lain. Berrin, Mer
    ne Bloeker. Madeline Blum. Tom
    Cone, Mat Bngel, Robert Paldman,
    Steve F e r b e r, Barbara Fieri
    George Fisher. Sandra Fisher. Jef-
    frey Freeman Fllen GlassOO, Ken-
    neth (iottlieb. Ellen Green, Linda
    Green. Pamela Grossman. Leslie
    .losephson. Kathleen J osephson.
    Jan Kantor, Terry Kellman, Judy
    Kirk, Dorre Kornberg, Karen
    Kruglick. Eric Lebowiti (honor
    mention Silver Knight Award in
    \r: i, Michael Leone, Gregor> Ix1
    \ me, D a vi il Lei iaon, Marilyn
    Li ii t Neal hitman. Stephanie
    Masters, Barbara Pawliger, 9hei
    lev Perch, Susan Plaks, Andrew
    Rafkind, Ilene Rapp, Loren II Rap
    port, Root it.i Re\ itz. K e n n < t h
    i, re e n. Ji rfrej Sallman, liar, kl
    Sanes Laui a St hv it,- E Iward
    Siden, Jonathon Stein, Marc Wein-
    stein, and N'am We Hns

    Pierre Monde Quartet
    A concert t>> the Pierre Mande
    strum Quartet will be held al the
    mi Bi ach Public Librarj And
    itorium on Thursday, June it. t
    P m.
    Pastrami?
    SUMMER LUNCHES
    HAVE KIDS' APPEAL
    with tasty samdwickes or
    cold-cuts from
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    now easier and quicker to
    prepare than ever! Just add
    Water to the new faster-to-fix
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    crust seerytime. Rich, true
    Italian pi//.i aance seasoned
    with herbs nnd SBrfcsS.TOBBOd
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    Friday, June 11. 1965
    +Jewl$ti fhrHlcur
    Paqe 3-B
    Socialite ... by ^Jsabel Cj
    Continued from Page 1-B
    JtldgM for ih* ilH-rnian Art
    Memorial Award were laeulu
    memben of the university's Art
    Department Additional cause
    [or t h e Bugi-ne Fleisivhei s. of
    South Miami, to be proud of their
    daughter, this is the first time
    the award has been carried off
    bj a freshman Program e-
    t.,l>lisru*d by William Otx-rman.
    who ir.-aojrurated sketch clfceeei ;it
    tin; Lowe (Jailery several season.-
    a*o.
    *
    N'iot timing in the Bar Mitzvah
    eelebra Lions planned for two
    grandsons of the M a x Apple
    baums ... On May 29. RaljA
    Harris son of Mr and Mrs. Alex
    nnf, marked his observance
    at Ftagter-Granada The eve-
    ning reception at the Carillon Ko
    tt< nded by mam out-of-town
    friends ..nil relatives, including
    Mi- Charles Sher (nee Apple-
    haum I, wlin flew m from Brook
    i the event Now the
    Beach grandparents an
    in lluntington, I. I lure thej
    will spi 'id most of the summei
    (in June 19, Howard, son o(
    Ur and Mrs Sherman Apple-
    i .inm. of Huntington, will he Bar
    Mitzvah with loud grandparents
    looking on.
    *
    ffappf reunions ahead for Mr<
    Louis Weisaberg and daughter
    Selma ffchreiber, ol 1606 Baj ltd
    . Six-week vacation trip to
    Israel, where they'll meet grand-
    daughter Jane Handy Goodman,
    who has been attending school
    I lure Also living in Israel
    are many relatives who will have
    their first chance to yet acquaint-
    ed with Selma. visiting for the
    first time .
    Relaxing summer days ahead
    for Weslee and Michael Krissel
    who may do something energetu
    like travel to Jamaica for a leu
    week later on just graduated
    from the University of Miami.
    Weslee served her teaching In-
    ternship at Neva Kmk Coper El-
    ementary School in Homestead
    Mr and Mrs. Euene Dynner.
    of Coral ttabtes. in New Haven
    for son Alan s graduation from
    Yale Law School Trip next
    time will be somewhat shorter
    . Alan and wife Nancy will now
    !>' living in Washington, DC .
    Nottingham and sherwixni For-
    est in England the logical destin-
    ation tor the Joe Berknns and
    son Ti id. who are of! for Europe
    the end i-| this month They're
    owners of Robin Hood Restau-
    rant, that's why. .
    Ju-i taking time to greet son
    Sheldon, home from his freshman
    >< ar at Tulane I where he is a
    pre 'ned studl ill. Ko/ and Len /.il
    bert on for ., two-week staj al
    Osceola Lake inn in Henderson
    ville Don't warn to miss the
    29th summer season opening ol
    nearby Flat Rock Playhouse op.
    the 22nd.
    Florence Pick and Ruth Brot-
    man presented with gold medals
    at a mu-leal soiree hosted by the
    Alexander Kenans at their Miami
    Beach home May 27 Honor
    marked "contributing to Greater
    Miami's musical and cultural ac-
    tivities for over 20 years" .
    Among guests were Mana Zucca.
    internationally known composer
    and pianist, with husband Irwin
    Cosset, Argentine pianist Raoui
    Spivak and wife Louisa. Florence
    Kutzen. Nico and Nora f-'eldman.
    Let's Get Together for Lunch
    Holsum
    Real Jewish Rye
    ...and Real Pumpernickel, too
    rove
    Aids Yaslo, Cantor and Mi Zvi
    Adler, Mr and Mrs Paul Preen,
    Lee Cohen, the Philip Neuwirths,
    Lcius HObermana .
    This week. Miss Brotman, Mr.
    and Mrs. Raoul Spivak and Es-
    ther Uarrett are a I tending Flor
    ida State Convention ol M u s 1 c
    Teachers in Ft. Lauderdale.
    Home of Edith and Monroe Zipp
    ringing these days with summer
    plans being made by members of
    the family oldest son Robert.
    Hraduatiny from the University
    of Miami in June, entering Sears
    Roebuck executive training pro-
    gram after a vacation in Jamai-
    ca Richard expected home on
    leave from Ft Uelvou Va end
    ol June Alan gathering ma-
    terial for his second year ol
    teaching photography at Camp
    Universe ... A trip to Orlando
    on the agenda Bur Susan, who'll
    visit Alan and Sandra I nee Shier
    Alt.-liuler. her uncle and aunt .
    Temple Beth Am summer pro-
    gram will engage Paul's energies
    . And Edith, our own "Charm
    ingly Yours'' columnist, recently
    tapped at the University of Mi-
    ami Honors Assembly for Phi
    Lambda Pi. national scholastic
    honorary, has been appointed to
    the new Fashion Modeling pro
    gram at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
    lege Meanwhile. Monroe
    keeps busy just trying to keep
    track of the ubiquitous group.
    Anna Miller Card Party
    Anna Miller Circle of Miami
    Beach will hold a card party on
    Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at the Elk's
    Lodge, 720 West Ave Funds raise,!
    will be channeled to 'he Harry
    Anna Home lor Crippled Children
    at rinatilla. Fla according to
    President Mrs William Adelman
    Tasty Cookies
    For Entertaining
    Delicate diminutive cookies, each
    V ith a dab oi bright berry jam
    baked into the tender cream cheese
    dough, may be made for elegant
    entertaining or tor a special treat
    for the cookie jar crowd.
    Raspberry Jam Gems
    1' j cups unsifted flour
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 packages (3-ounce each) cream
    cheese
    ' cup Planters Peanut Oil
    "4 cup raspberry jam
    Combine flour, sugar and salt.
    Cut in cream cheese with pastry
    blender or 2 knives until it resem-
    bles coarse meal. Add Planters Pea.
    nut Oil and mix until well blended
    On lightly floured board roll out
    to '--inch thickness Cut with 3-UTCh
    cookie cutter Place teaspoon
    raspbowrj jam in center oi each
    circle Fold and seal edges Place
    on undressed baking sheets and
    bake in hot oven 400 deg I- at
    1"> minutes or until done M
    abcul 2 1 dozen
    MR. AND MRS. ABR&M FOX
    Foxes to Spend
    Summer in Israel
    Abram and Matilda Fox are
    leaving for Israel where they plan
    to remain for several months. Re-
    siding at Bat Yam. Jabotinsky 20,
    the couple will hold open bouse
    throughout the summer for visiting
    Mia mans.
    Before their departure. Mr. and
    Mrs Fox were honored at a testi
    monial dinner hosted by the Is-
    rael Bond office here
    Participants included leaders of
    Pioneer Women. Farbaiul. I'oale
    Zion. and Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation.
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    Women's League
    Conducts Course
    Florida Branch ol National Wo
    men's League. I nite gue
    hi ri< .1 held ., le idership tram
    irsi on June 1 to 3 al the
    iville Hotel
    Mrs M
    the 1 '' -1
    ber"
    presidents and \ 1- e pre? idents
    ing to t h > N .1 unal Women
    League
    Mrs Lippitz is a meml er ol thi
    Fxecuti- e Bo ird ol the N'ati n; I
    Women s League and the Florida
    Branch, according to Mrs Harold
    Reinhard, Florida Branch presi-
    dent.
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    Who was too weak to play on the tuba.
    But after MILK at each meal,
    Just how did she feel?
    You can hear her from Miami to Aruba!
    written by:
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    who drinks 1 quart of milk a day.
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    Page 4-3
    +Jewlstfk>rk/iar
    Friday. June II. 1955
    Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority's National
    Convention at Americana June 15-21
    Continued from Pago IB I utlots for menially retardates
    jThe other project is the
    will be Dr. May A. Branson, dean mnt of a scholarship program for
    of women at the University of worthy students.
    Uiami This will be the second ,
    Chairman of the Key to Fashion |ion ^.\A in this area
    Luncheon will 1m- Mrs S. Ronald ------------------------_
    Pallet. Mrs. Stanley Jones will p..iAll P-*-
    serve a- chairman of the Aqua- DOSTOI1 TOpS
    dade Chairing the Keyed l'p for lAli/fT*
    What's !) Come Luncheon are Mr- neQlQ Oil ff fVV
    Howard Hiraeh and Mrs Marvin vvYCG-AM/KM is again bn
    Zaflk Contorting round table dta- eaMng MUi.niilh ,.,,..
    aS&a^^SftS Pops. Arthur 1
    ducting, ever) Saturda) .
    "tocal president of the Alumnae *"* 2; at 2 p.m
    Vasociation, Mrs Robert Werner, is For the third consei
    serving as favors chaii inaifFKiime mer, South F1oridian<
    diate past president of the Alum ing this two-hour pro
    nae Vsso< ation, Mrs Howard K.it unique musical enter!
    .,.,, ., chairman of publicity, eluding Interviews ol
    with Mrs Morris Levitt personalities during lh<
    Alpha Epsilon Phi Sororiti has ns Complete >"
    I Z>*2&^^* \ ^^^^*3&%8!P<-' '" ^flR -...nd alunin:. all over the -h KM *:.-r-o !
    I 'if y^-^**V "T^'^^01 //' ^:*fT'- :-. xv ill support I i it the Pops 11 -
    right are Mrs. Arthur Gilbert Mrs Stcm-
    y Roth Mis. Robeil Werner Mrs. Albert M )P
    on and Mrs. Rich Ihnan preparinq
    favors for the Alpha Epsilon Soun rtional
    convention due here June 15 to I the
    Americana Hotel.
    AEPhi Gathering Here to Feature Many
    Highlights and Prominent Localites
    the major highli hts I local Miami Alumna. will hon
    psilon Phi S tj na ored at a reception In the receiv-
    convention will be the Na it line welc 1 1 uests will be
    ; Panhellenic Council Lunch Mrs Norman Brown chairman of ward Hirsch arc bus> preparing
    next Wednesday, which has the convention: Mrs Howard Kat-
    as theme
    it- Living
    luncheon will be attended by tlu' Wumnae Association
    Mrs Stai l< j Jonas ho as
    participated
    water ballets, will coor '.mate an I
    direct a water show on Fi
    night. June 1H Participants in the
    m ater e\ ents will Im' so e >l the
    delegates att< the cont
    tion
    Mrs Marvin Zank and Mr- Ho
    Kej to Interfratern ten, immediate past president; and have accepted chairmanship Sun
    Mr- Robert Werner, president ol day. June 20 and which has as it-
    theme. "Keyed Up for What's to
    Come "
    Ai Phis and representatives of The Greater Miami Alumnae A climaxing a full five days of
    .,. national sororities Mrs .lean sociatkm, acting as hostess chap- business and social events will be
    ehman, chairman, announces ter, has been preparing for the tnp banquet on Sunday night
    that assisting her on the commit- convention for many months Dele Theme 1- "AEPhi Our Sororit}
    to "ill be Mrs. Harold Stone, in gates to the convention ami all j^ev ,0 Better Living." Surprise
    \ tations; Mrs Sam Klmoff and AF.I'hi's are invited to attend with presentation will be made for out
    Mrs Jess Splrer, hostess; flower-, their husbands. standing service
    Stanlej Jonas, and Mrs. on Thursday. June 17. Mr- s Local Alumnae attending the
    H raid Lnger. decorations Ronald Pallot will be chairman convention will be Mesdan
    ivering the invocation will be of a luncheon which baa as its Charles Pinklestein. Inci Krensky
    M Howard Kat/en. immediate theme. Key to Fashion." An Sidney Lewis, Morn- Kuternwk.
    past president of the Alpha Epsilon alumnae of AEPhi, Mrs. Larry Jess Spirer, Bun Levey David
    Alumnae Association of Great Levme. owner of Young Sophisti Hendel and Al Morrison.
    ei Miami. Mrs. Abe Goldsmith, re catei shops, is presenting the fash- -------------------------
    ng national president, will wel- ion show. Modeling for the show iiaa Dro* *a C...L
    e those attending. will be college .students attending Jpeaa
    Dr May Brunson, dean of worn the convention. Dr. Mar-hall Jones, chairman of
    ei at the University of Miami. Aechon, a society within AEPhi dhe University ol Miami Psycholo
    be guest speaker The bene- Sorority, will tap new members gy Department, will discuss men
    diction will be given bj Mrs Rob late Friday night. Women who tal health at a meeting of the
    - Werner, president of the Great have attended three or more con Beth Am Singles on Thursdaj eve
    ei Miami Alumnae Association. ventmns are eligible for member- num. June 17. 8 30 p.m at the
    We la> night Jui 16 ship Temple.
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    Friday, June 11. 1965
    .
    +Jd*ist) IhrMlnr
    **oqe 5-B
    i-i

    ...<^fboi4t / Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz (right), president of Miami Beach Chap-
    ter. Brandeis University National Women's Committee, bripfs
    left to right) Mrs. Robert Grossman and Mrs. Sidney M.
    Schwartz as they prepare to leave for Waltham. Mass., as
    this city's delegates to the 17th annual conference of the Bran-
    deis University National Women's Committee. The confer-
    ence, held on campus at Brandeis. will involve 500 delegates
    from 121 chapters of the laraest friends-of-a-librarv movement
    in the world. Mrs. Jurkowitz has announced Miami Beach
    Chapter will hold its first board meeting on June 25 at Mrs.
    Grossman's home, 22 W. Rivo Alto Dr., Venetian Isle.
    AN IDEA FOR A FATHER'S DAY PRESENT
    Mildred Gidney and son Mark have decided
    what to get the head of the house for Father's
    Day Morrie Gidney on bis very own dock, on No.
    Bay Road, caught a six-ft. shark. The slunk.
    mounted and ready to hang up in the most con
    spicuous place in the patio, will be ready by
    Father's Day.
    *
    THE MUSICAL BINDERS
    Florence and Ben Binder have been having
    a p'enic. Son Gerard came visiting with bis three.
    year-oid identical twin daughters. Their mommy,
    whose pre fessiona] name is Linda Gerard, could-
    n't come along, since ,he is understud) to Bai
    I ra Streisand of "Funny Girl." she had to stay
    in New York and stand by just in case something
    unforseen should happen to the star of the show
    Elder son Bill and his wife Linda just got back
    from a quick weekend trip to Bill's 15th class re-
    union at the University of Pennsylvania.
    *
    A SMALL WORLD EVEN IN NEW YORK
    Mollie and Sol Silverman stopped off in New
    York before they sailed to Europe with Jennie
    and Charlie Eruchtman. At Toots Shors. they
    bumped into Elinore and Sidney Aaronoviu
    *
    WEEKENDS EVERYWHERE
    "Welcome Bayshore Golfers Club." said a big
    sign in the Calcutta Room of the Diplomat Coun-
    try Club the night of the installation and Trophy
    Award Banquet, climaxing a weekend which was
    a golfer's dream. Spotted at the candlelit tables
    were Gert and Ben Samuels. Charlotte and Leo
    Rose. Dr. Norman Rus and wife Ruth. Sarah
    Frishman. Ruth and Herb Shapiro. Sue and Allan
    Cutler, .sylvia and Sandy Kramer, and June and
    Julian Newbauer. Seated at the same table were
    the outgoing co-chairmen of the Bayshore Wo-
    men's Golf Club. Billie Goldman and'Ruth Mei
    aces
    ritt, and their husbands Herbert and R I ai
    the incoming chairmen, Pearl Habersi
    Dotty Morris. Dottj indoctrinated her
    Henry, right awa> He .. bus) li ... ng
    the unclaimed golf trophies Sally ..
    Drucker spent the aftern
    grandson, Jonathan, son ol Shelley and R<
    Drucker. Lil 'Mrs. Lou Lubin, Gra< < Mi
    Benin i Pallant and Nathalie Mrs. Lei nard I
    gerl wen part i i thai new Pam gar p .
    The Bowelej Poker Club spent the weekend
    at the Diploma) too They did mor< swimming
    than golf, They awarded bowling trophies it
    stead "I poker chips. Among their mem!', rs vrer
    Jackie and Bait Cohen. Marlene and Bemie Ep
    worth, Harriet and Stewart Pearlman, Sandy an1
    Berme Goldstein, and Sandy and Jack Nlesei
    baum .
    Poolside at the Diplomat East. Molly an .
    William Altman were counting the ciUoritu-
    they had seen, including Lloyd Bridge.- .
    Sailing to Nassau and Lucaya on the Franc >
    C were Judge Donald Barmack and Carolyn, Dr
    Robert and Sylvia Trope, and Jean and David Mi
    ler. They saw Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segal. Mr an
    Mrs Stewart Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lav
    rence. who were also out of the country for th
    weekend. .
    The Florida Keys also had their sh,
    weekenders The Sam Kanners and the Mo
    Greenwoods were at the Buccaneer, while the A
    exander Rubins and their visiting son and his wit
    set out for the Keys destination unknown .
    Helen and Sy Somerstein and Lolly and Paul
    Shiekman. with their assortment of seven chi
    dren. spent the weekend at the Coral Reef Yach
    Club in I'pper Key Largo. Hilda and Alfred We.
    blow, Grace and Tom Taylor, and Birdie and B.
    J. Wagner were at the Coral Reef, too
    Frances Lehmar



    New Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt (second from left)
    and incumbent Miami Beach City Councilman Malvin Enqland-
    : second horn right) are congratulated upon their election to
    office by Herman Pearl (right) and Eli Einbinder (left), of Num-
    ber One Provision Company. Congratulations were offered
    . t City Hall, with the presentation of a huge salami to the vic-
    tors. Number One Provision, at 1 Alton Rd.. is the distributor
    ore of Morrison and Schiff Kosher Food Products of Boston.
    Social Club
    Planning Cruise
    Miami Friendly Social Club will
    celebrate Father's Day with a
    Dreamboat cruise, leaving from
    pier 8 at 2 p.m.. on Sunday.
    Th OS e needing transportation
    will meet at Beth El Congrega
    tion. 500 SW 17t.h Ave. at 1 p.m.
    in charge of refreshments are
    Mrs. Joseph Braff, Mrs. M. Stieg
    litz and Mrs. Sam Weiss
    On Sunday, June 20, the club has
    scheduled a picnic at Crandon
    Park, starting at 10 a.m. Transpor-
    tation is available at Beth El at
    9.30 a.m.
    Serving on the Arrangements
    Committee are Joseph Braff. Sam
    Weiss and Jack Freund.
    The club celebrated the 17th
    anniversary of the State of Is-
    rael by planting 10 trees in Israel
    Club president is Max Garshag
    PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED
    IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN
    ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY
    can obtain information through the representa'ive
    of THE JEWISH AGENCY,
    1 Lincoln Road Bldg Miami Beach, Room 205
    SUNDAY, JUNE 20th and MONDAY, JUNE 21st
    Telephone for Appointment 532-1707
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    LOUIS MEYERS mt
    What 1 would do to see your smile
    To sit and talk with you awhile
    Wonder why you had to die
    Without a chance to say goodbye?
    n Memory of M> Beloved Husband s
    Fifth Anniversary in Heaven.
    Gertrude Meyers
    CHAIM WEIZMANN BRANCH OF FARBAND
    and
    ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
    announces
    MEMORIAL SERVICES
    IRVING M. SACHS
    Devoted, dedicated Vice-Chairman,
    One of the Founders of the Chaim Weizmann Branch,
    and Vice-President of Histadrut
    to be held
    SUNDAY, JUNE 13 at 8 P.M.
    at
    Washington Federal Bank Auditorium
    1234 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
    Participating Orgoniiationt:
    All FARBAND l.Z.0. BRANCHES JEWISH FEDERATION
    POALE ZI0N BONDS FOR ISRAEl
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    Tike one phone call (or coupon
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    TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1965, at 11 A.M.
    An Interesting Program Is Arranged
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    1.4 X
    Page 6-B
    lelst fk>rkfton
    Friday. June
    Group and chapter presidents of Miami Chapter of Hadassah
    ct recent installation ceremonies in the Everg'-ades Hotel are
    'left to right Mesdames Morris Press, Kadimah Group; Fred
    Stone. Aviva; Maxwell Weisberg, Chai; Louis Kantor, Eleanor
    Roosevelt; Max Swartz. chapter president; Ephraim Collins,
    Naomi; Leon Rosott. Menorah; Albert Dubbin, Torch. Charles
    Cotzin, Tikvah; Philip Botwinik, Chaim Weizmann, Max Chur-
    vis, Mt. Scopus.
    Michener Book Review
    Mrs Bmford Jacobean will re-
    vin\ '"Mil Source." bj James
    Michener Ear the Emma Lazarus
    Group "i Hadassali on Monday
    12 30 p.m.. at V ton 1
    Normandj Dr Mrs Jack
    U..H-I. in i- !'i' -i'l<-nl
    Beth David Will
    Amend Dues For
    Young Marrieds
    M..\ Silver newly-eJectei
    dent <>t B**tli David ( bi
    he aMOIld it-nti. this
    MHinead th;ii ih- Board : ct.
    on has paaaad a resolution
    tng its duo atnicturi
    the membership <>l jrou
    ried couples
    "Itaii ia .i oin ct
    Sol Landau's emphaats on
    portaaee <>i iya>ague on
    in tlu' Jewish family, and I
    ognition of the ttnam i
    normal t<> the yeung ire
    il>." Silver explained
    In the count ol his k
    -. ling and spiritual Buid;
    through thf jwaas, Rabbi L.
    has touinl thai toe ofti I
    life people lend lo lad i -
    ... in- fr granted, wait
    the; ha\- cbaldren who n
    hgiOUfi Scho >l instruct* -
    Umj acknowladgi Ma exist
    :,, i; i- his I n
    :,
    | l
    ; tl t as I
    Al recent joint installation of chapter officers
    and all officers of the 11 groups constituting
    Miami Chapter of Hadassah in the Everglades
    Hotel are left to right: Mesdames Henry Paul,
    reasurer; Samuel Steinberg, organization vice
    president; Philip Fine, membership vice pres-
    ident; Joseph Scopp, fund-raising vice presi-
    dent, George Katzman, program vice presi-
    dent; Max Swartz, president; Morris Herman,
    corresponding secretary; Alvin Burger, record-
    ing secretary; Sam Hersehfeld. financial secre-
    tary; Eugene Silverstone, education vice pres-
    ident. Not shown is Mis. Morns Lauretz, mem-
    bership dues secretary.
    Provision Firm
    Adds Meat Co.
    Herman Pearl and Eli fflnbtader,
    of the N ii m b < r One Pwvialons
    party, manufacturen <>t corn-
    ed beef, tongue and pastrami, have
    now acquired the Gold* ..- Meal
    Com panj oi Miami, and the entire
    operations have been moved into
    Number One Proviaiona Com-
    p. ny building al l Alton Rd Mi
    ami Beach.
    Number One Provisions Com
    pi nj is ala i the i xcluaii e di I
    utor lor Morriaon and Schifl K..
    npanj of Bos

    Tomas is winner of a Chase Federal Scholarship Award
    for S2.C00. She ia shown with Harold Ruby left quidance
    counselor I reach Senior High School, where Aida is
    . it, end George W. Valentine left, vice preside]
    e Federal Savings and Loan Association. The scholar-
    ne allocated at the rate of $500 for each of four col-
    lege years. Recent winners were Henry Unger. Carol Mitzi
    nan. James Hauser and Leonard Levy.
    IT WAS A
    SMASHING
    SUCCESS!
    WHAT WAS?
    BETTY'S
    AFFAIR
    CHANDLER'S
    Collins Ave:* Miami Beach
    Now a FIRST in Miami Beach
    T-BONE STEAKS
    LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF
    SUMMER SPECIALS
    at Summer Prices
    We've odd.d torn* oM lever.fes to our
    VARIED MINU. Tenderleiei aoouS e *" DeuWh,
    Stuffed Cabbagt, Chltk.n Pepnko.n
    BANQUET FACILITIES
    Harding Ave. & 95th St., Surfside
    Plan lo male your n*t banquet. testimonial dinner
    or ^edd.ng parry YOURS fXCtUSIVElY In the elegance
    o* CHANDLER'S SUIfilDC < forme-fly Maxim's). Ca'ering
    Manager It 8-0523.
    AFFAIR?
    AT THE
    EVERGLADES
    ROOF
    NATURALLY,
    DARLING!
    Social affairs fare better et
    the Everglades. Weddings.
    parties, confirmations, club
    gatherings everything I
    e Seven supe-b banquet and
    meeting rooms even the
    famous Roofwilhlhe view" I
    T-adiiionil food and service,
    if required I
    e Special rates for groups over 40
    parking included I
    C*H our Chtigt d'All tires fCeter -ig
    Menegir). Fred Schlalry, ffi 9-5461.
    Soon, deihng, toon.
    AT THE NEW
    EVERGLADES
    HOTEL
    BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 3rd STREET
    T. James Ennn, Mnc Di*.

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    A new standard of
    elegance on Miami
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    planned and executed
    weddings, luncheons,
    business meetings
    ..ranging from
    10 to 1000.
    OR
    /n a miaml
    country club
    setting
    <**>
    Spaciousness b the
    keynote of your affair
    amidst the plushncss of
    the Doral Counuy Club.
    Weddings, confirmations,
    banquets are enhanced
    by the country club atmos-r
    phere of this raaori-eetai*
    For complete dr tails, please call
    Mr. David kovac. Direct* oj Food and Beveragt
    Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
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    rnctay, June n, ibbi
    *Jen I vr t/er rerun
    Page 7-B
    Cantor Hershkovifz on Shalom July 30
    Planning an intensive membership campaign
    for the forthcoming year starting with the sum-
    mer months, the Miami Beech Chapter of Ha-
    dassah meets in he&dguarters at 337 Lincoln
    Rd. Shown rear 'left to right) are Mesdames
    Arthur Press. Herzl Group; Barney Joseph, Em-
    ma Lazarus; Anna Stern, Israeli; Nathan Fried-
    man, Henrietta Szold; Harry P. Cchen, re-
    enrolhnent chairman for Miami Beach Chap-
    ter; William Saffir, Brandeis Group; Harry
    Galanter, Stephen Wise; Florence Webber,
    Forte Towers; and Fannie Hall, Morton Tow-
    ers. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Jack
    Davis, publicity coordinator of chapter; Max
    Cohen, Southgate Group; Oscar Tobey, Mor-
    ton Towers; Norman Meyers, membership vice
    president of chapter; Elsie Glick, Hanna Sen-
    esch; Abraham Kirson, Esther; and Manuel
    Feierman. Shaloma Group.
    Jay Dee Firm
    Promotes Talent
    Mrs Judy Dnuin has arum need
    the formation t Jaj Dee Associ-
    ates, lac., at 120 Lincoln Roj I
    Mall, a new talent promotion <
    selinfi firm, specializing in public
    rtlattow and promotion ol musical
    talent
    Mrs Dobin, .1 long-time residei I
    I Miami Beach .- 1 rmerlj .<
    sistant advertising and promotion
    director : the Wuj ray Ulen 1
    panj in New York City.
    Simultaneous with the annoui
    nu'iii i>i the opening >! offices,
    Sirs Dobin indicated that three
    wail known musical groups had al
    ready signed with Ja) Dee Asso
    ciatas the Soon) Payne Trio
    luM.ii'ii by Count Basle's format
    drummer; Dave Skins Trio, led bj
    Dava Ak.hi- : and IViUcc Kill- .md
    the Dynamics, a t

    combo, cuM-entiv appearing at the *in. jover-
    [>ppermia4 Lounge HMUg and public- relations d.re.t
    101 of the Dora I Motels, will act as
    Mrs Dobin announced also ttiat consultant to the company.
    MKS. JUDY DOBIN
    THE
    III SI
    AYNE IIIIHVri:
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    dosing exercises (ii the Solomon
    Schechter Day School of Temple
    Rmanu El were held June 9. Ra
    1 bad k Yunes ia ohairnaan of the
    Hoard ol Education.
    Dr Irving Lehrman extended
    greetings at an open house bald
    in the school building.
    The evening included dedica-
    tion of the Luby Science Lab l\
    Mir. and Mrs Sam Luby Jr., in
    lionor ol their parents. Recently
    completed, the science room is
    fully equipped and will supplement
    the school s science studies.
    The So I "in on Schechter Day
    School ia the onlj Conservative
    Synagogue Daj School in the South-
    east United .".ales and fulfills the
    highest standards required by the
    Dade County Board of I'ublic In
    struction and the State of Florida.
    Registration for the i*.ti."> M term
    is being a.cepted at 77th St. and
    Dickens Avc and at 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave.
    By Special Rsport
    kovitz, the intern,1
    cantor who n
    lucted Pa r\ ices 1 I
    '1 in \pnl. will
    be aboard the big Israeli luxury
    mi .. n ne\: Julj 30, v* hen she
    .ii- from Niii York on a nine-da}
    nix- in the Caribbean,
    According to the Zim Lines, own-
    aaa rd 'he 25,300 ross ton S
    l anfaor fast hko\ iti received sucn
    acclaim from passengers on the
    1 as er 1 ruise that it u as de-
    cided to m\it him to conduct ser-
    vU & during the mid-summer
    cruise which features calls at San
    Juan, Puerto Rk st Thomas.
    \ irgin Lslanda and si Marten
    Netherlands West Indies. Koshac
    cuisine will be served exclusively
    on this cruise iml\
    Hungarian-born Cantor Hershko-
    vit/ was the youngest chief can-
    'or in the histon "f Budapest's
    pre-World War II Jewish commun-
    ity When the Germans occupied
    Hungary, he and his wile ware put
    in a concentration camp, where
    they lived through three yean of
    Nazi brutality.
    Cantor llerslikovit/. was "discot
    ered" in the ISA by the late
    Eddie Cantor, lie ha> since had re.
    citals ;it Carnegie Hall and
    ! med al the Eisenhower Ini
    ural Ball in 1953 Cantor 11
    vitz is associated with thi Oci 1
    I arku aj Jewis1! Center in Brook-
    lyn, W h i c h -ranted him
    leave to serve .1- cantor aboard the
    Shall
    The SS Shalom flagship Of I>-
    - merchant fleet, wa built in
    France in li'iii and recent!} com
    pleted her first season of winter
    cruises from New York t 1 the Car-
    ibbean The full) air-conditioned,
    stabilizer-equipped 820 million liner
    features public rooms deeoi ted by
    lc adinj artists ol Israel, Europe
    ar.d America, three swimming
    pools, gym, sauna baths, closed ear-
    en it television, elevator service
    between decks and wall-to-wall
    carpeting thrauWraut and pen
    f.icdities with all cabins. The Sfla
    kin's traditional synagogue was
    designed and decorated by Bon*
    and Louise Schatz, of Jerusalem.
    A 42-day Passover Festival
    Cruise from New York to Israel
    and six other countries is sched-
    uled fot th*- ShaL.ni in March. I960.
    A special feature ol the cruise will
    be a nine-da> staj in Israel where
    the ship will serve as hotel.
    -
    Greyhounds Will
    Race Saturday
    A field of 5fi of the nation's finest
    -reyhounds will go to the post for
    the first heat.s in the qualifying
    round of the fifth annual S80.U0U
    International Classic at the Flag-
    ler Kennel Club on Saturday night
    All 56 will go to the post in sev-
    en differeni races over the 3/8ths
    mile Hauler Course in launching
    the grueling competition which will
    wind up with eight finalists going
    for $50,000 purse on July 24.
    Probable earl) favorites in the
    classy field are Oscar Ever's Bed
    Tears, John Rush's Miami Beach
    rack champion ami triple stake
    winner. Mandarin Vic. and possibly
    Lawrence B Hughes' Orlando and
    sarasota star. Miss Whirl
    Red Tears, the defending Flag
    ler track champion, was the fa
    vorue in the finals last year, but
    was upset on that occasion by Vern
    Spradling's Max Star
    Other stars in the International
    Classic field include Suel's Rose
    the 1963 winner and leading money
    winner current l\ active in gl"e\
    hound racing; Happy Slut/ \ elo.
    .ml Syntax, winners of the las) two
    B 1 s c n y n e Ml Florida < hampion
    ships; and (>K Duke's Venerated,
    the 1964 Biscayne Derbj winner
    and Miami Beach track recor 1
    holder al 3 8 is il .1 mile
    Sandier Ending
    PhD Research
    Carl I. Sandier. m ol Vir
    Mrs \ Sandier, is compk I
    PhD research in high energy nu
    ph> sics .it the 1 rniversit) of
    California, Lawrence Radiation
    Laboratory- Berkley. Cal.
    Sandier will then join the phys-
    ics stall "f \rgonne National Lab-
    oratory in Chicago .is ,i po-; doc-
    toral research associate, where be
    will continue his stud) in the field
    oi elemental1} particle physics
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    Fcge 8-3
    +Je*lst> HcrHlar
    Friday, June 11, 1965
    We
    the
    Women
    BOBBY
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Barbara Brown, affectionately known as Bobby, is one
    of the rarities of Miami, a native Daughter ot oiu timers
    Ann and Morry Koven, she went to Shenendoah Elemen-
    tary School, as well as Shcnetuioah Junior High, Miami
    High and the University of Miami. She was confirmed at
    Temple Israel She met her future husband. Norman, in her
    freshman year at college. Barbara was active in Panhellen-
    ic as president of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. as well
    as being Carnival Queen and writing for Uie Year Book. Af-
    ter her junior year at the university. Barbara got married;
    but she did not go back to college to get her degree. Her
    major was zoology, and she had
    a thing about being a research
    technician, but decided that it was
    time to start a family instead.
    They did. The family is Paul,
    who is 17 and plays the guitar; and
    Tim. who was just Bar Mitzvah
    and plays the piano. They have fun
    performing on their instruments to-
    gether, and sometimes Bobby joins
    Tim in a piano duet.
    The usual ita bit including
    Room Mother. Cub Scout Den
    Mother and car pool are now dele-
    gated to Bobby's past. Bobby has
    been active In cedars ot Lebanon
    Women's Auxiliary, having held
    various chairmanships As presi-
    dent of the local Alpha Fpsilon Phi Alumnae of Greater
    Miami, she was thrust into sorority with a bang, She went
    to the Sun Valley national convention, but instead of c< ming
    home wiih a sun tan. she came ba.k as a National Province
    director Next week she eo-chairs the 17th national conven-
    tion ot AKl'hi at the Americana Hi lei The ni^h: of the
    ing banquet, .-he will be installed as national vice presi-
    dent
    Besides being advisor to Alpha Eta Chapter at the uni-
    ver*itv. Bobby Ls a member of the new group, the Women-
    Guild of the University Ol Miami, which stimulates or re
    kindles interest in the university and fosters pride in it>
    achievements For hobbies. Bobby knits and paints in Oils
    She say- she doesn't show or sell, but paints solely for her
    own enjoyment and to hang the paintings on her Own four
    walls a goal many more of our home painters might well
    ado,)'
    Television is not a "must'' in the Brown household, but
    stereo is. with ever>one contributing his own favorite
    rev:- The l>oys and Bo! by join in Norman's hobby, golf;
    and at the moment the youngest, Tim. seems to be playing
    the best game. Bobby is a quiet, softspoken person Her
    friend from early school days are still friends because
    l- .i good friend in the truest sense of the word. The
    i>oni< of friendship exist not only in sorority, but with all the
    peopL- with whom Bobby comes into contact The Greater
    Miami Alumnae Association is justly proud to In- represent
    . I on National Alpha Kpsilon Phi by One of its fa
    vor:'" -oror-.. Bobby Brown
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    Finkel, Ickovitz
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    Following a European hone}
    moon tht lortner Cel a Ickovitz and
    Capt. Robert E. Finkel plan to liv.
    in Madrid, Spain.
    The couple were united in mai
    riage on .Sunday evening. June 6.
    at Temple Beth Am with Rabbi
    Herbert M Baumgard officiating
    1 he ceremony was followed b) a
    reception in the officers Club.
    Homestead Air Force BACK
    For the nuptials, the bride se
    lected a gown Styled with sheath
    >kirt and train of silk peau de BOle
    and a 1- dice encon laic featuring a bateau neck
    line and [ftort sleeves She car-
    ried white orchids on a Bible
    Attending the couple were lira
    [Elliot Shochr:. the bhde's sister,
    and Charles Fir.kel. the groom's
    brother.
    Daughter of Mrs Philip Icko-
    vit?. 101 SW 51st Ave. the bride
    is a graduate of Miami Senior
    High and received a BS degree in
    home economics at the University
    of Miami. She Ls a member ot
    Home Economics Honor Soi'ietv
    and Phi Sigma Sigma, social soror
    lty. and taught at Miami Jackx'i'.
    Senior High.
    The bridegroom, a captain in the
    I'nited States Air Force, is the son
    of Mr. and Mrs Nathan Finkel,
    Broken Arrow. Okla. He is a gradu-
    ate of Broken Arrow High, and
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    Father's Day
    To be Marked
    Now Ycrk Club of Florida will
    hold a social in honor of Father's
    Day on s.undav evening, June -".
    at Washington Federal Auditorium.
    (199 NE 167th St
    SorK and COmed) team. 'Donna
    .mil Dees." on the Ted Mack show,
    will be featured entertainers
    A short business meeting under
    the leadership of Jack Wilson will
    preoede Mm program.
    A prize will be given to the old-
    est falher member ol the club
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    Sogners Reveal
    Daughter's Troth
    Mr and Mrs. Larry Bo
    S\s B4th Cl announce the
    men! of their daughter,
    Spahn. to Flias Nathanson -
    Mr and Mrs Julius Na
    ,i L;.uu "on, \
    The hi- le-elect attended i
    College, Uiyn m.,\, ,
    ar.d i.? now employed bj t .
    firm c.f Perry Nichols.
    Mr Nathanson is a grad
    Queens College, Flushing \ \
    and is now employed b) (
    dated Mutual Insurance i
    ii Miami.
    An August 22 wedding is
    nod.
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    ants. MBrtT HMHI
    earned a I'.A degree in public re-
    lations and journalism at the Uni-
    versity ot Oklahoma He is a mem-
    ber of Sigma Alpha Mu. social fra
    ternity, and served as president i f
    Public Relations Society.
    Stewardess Weds
    Dr. Handleman
    A sh< rt peau alencon lace appliques was chosen
    by Mary Alice Sanor when she be-
    came the bride of Dr. Marshall
    Jeffrey Handleman on Tuesday
    June 8.
    Performed by Rabbi Hershcl
    Brooks a: Temple Zamora. the eve-
    ning ceremony was followed by a
    reception
    The groom's sister Mr-. Nadinc
    \v alshon. served as the bride's ma
    ttvn of honor, and his niece Shar-
    on Ual-hoii. as flower girl.
    Best man was Dr. Allan Klass.
    ar.d groomsmen included Drsl Dix-
    on Vestes. .lack Baruch. Richard
    II Gold, Donald E. Fuerst.
    Formerly of Hamilton. ().. and
    Stuart Fla the new Mrs. Handle-
    man :> attending Dade Junior Col
    lege She is a former Delta Airlines
    stew ardeas
    The bridegroom i- an alumnus oi
    Miami Beach High, University <>t
    Miami and the university's School
    il Medicine
    lii' i^ the son oi Mr-. Leatrice
    lleman, 2951 s\\ :wth it and
    Ellis Handleman, Washington, D.C
    His grand mo her, Mrs Charles
    Traub, of Baltimore, \l the nuptials
    Following a honeymoon tour of
    Florida, the new ly wedded Dr and
    Mi Handleman will live in Colum-
    bus, tia.. where the bridegroom
    will serve his internship.
    Hochfelsen Vows
    At Young Israel
    Bonnie Starr Smith and Jerrold
    Jay Hochfelsen were marrn
    May 20 at Young Israel of Gr<
    Miami
    The bride is the daughter of \lr-
    Kohert Fishelson. 18140 NK 10th
    Ave. atxl James Smith, of New
    York City
    The bride graduated from v>
    Miami Senior High and attei
    the I'niversity of Miami
    Mr. Hocbfelsen, son oi Mr
    Mrs. Herbert EfOcbfeben, i: \f
    !i8th St., is a graduate of v
    Miami Senior High, attended 'he
    I'niversity of Miami, and Is a
    ner in the printing firm Qualm
    Press.
    HIS. HKKOID HOCHHISIH
    Polansky Again
    Elected President
    Handy I'olansky. of Rand}
    lansk) Advertising Specialtie
    been reeh eted president vertising Specialty Association
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    AlSO eleeted tO stTVi- SI
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    Board of directors i re Louis
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    .ii hnson, liift Advertising
    Herb Berner. the Berner Co
    Sam CrfKxIman. S.D. Goo
    Sales.
    The finest in furniture and home furnishings are on
    display in our magnificent factory showroom galleries.
    Purchases through decorators, dealers and builder*.
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    Friday. June 11. 1965
    JenIs* ihvMfar.
    Page 9-B
    Lcis Getz.ek
    Betrothal Told
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton 1! Feldman,
    1,1 M \-.v Coral Gables,
    iim ed l.he erga.^i meat of
    'l- f d tughfer, !. is Jean Getzlek,
    i Dr ... :. me -
    'Hi., future ri legroom is he son
    '' Mr ..i: i Mi i.i ster Shapiro
    1330 Cons lata Ave (oral Cables.
    MM MARLINE DRANOW
    Mariene Dranow,
    Burton Ersoff
    Engaged Here
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dranow, 1847
    SW 15th .-... announce the en-
    gagement of the::- daughter, Mar-
    iene !!'>- to Burton A. Ersoff,
    son of Mr- Rhca Ersofl and the
    late Nathan Ersoff.
    The future bride i> a gr iduate cf
    Miami S nior High, where sh'
    served as secretary of the C.B.K.
    Club, she is presently employed at
    the Firs National Bank of Miami.
    Mr. Ersoff, also a graduate of
    Miami Senior High, attended the
    l'niversit> of Miami He plans to
    attend Pennsylvania State College
    of Optometry in the fall.
    Pelunis, Meyer
    Eye Sept. 11 Rites
    Mr and Ml A. D. Pelunis. of
    ?haker Heights, 0., announce (he
    engagement of their daughter. Di-
    ie a ><.. t i M.ciiael Meyer, ol
    Ircinnati, < So, son if Mr and
    Mr- Moses Meyer, of 6251 SW 24th
    St., M
    The bride-elect is attending the
    University of Cincinnati. Her fi-
    ance is a graduate of she Univer-
    sity of Miami and received his
    Master's degree at Columbia Uni-
    versity.
    The couple plan a Sept. 11 wed-
    ding.
    Irving Sachs
    To be Eulogized
    At Farband Meet
    Chair WeizmaiUI Branch ot
    Farband. together with the Israel
    Histadrut Committee, will conduct
    )a memoi-Kd meeting fcr Irving M.
    Sachs. I.iti vice chairman of the
    Chaim Weizmanh Branch of Far-
    band and vice president of Israel
    Histadrut Committee, on Sunday.
    8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Au-
    ditorium. ;?34 Washington Ave.
    One ol the founders of the Chaim
    Weiimann Branch of Farband. Mr
    Sachs ; a volunteer worker in
    all branches of the Zionist move
    ment and active in the Combined
    Jewish A; peal.
    Repn sea rath es fi >m the follow
    oi gai tions have been invited
    tttend t.-i- ceremonj
    Farbant Branch %, .Jewish Fed
    eration. Pcale Zion, Bonds for Is
    rael, Jewish Motional Fund, and
    Pioneer '' omen's Council.
    r%
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    TRIM
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    ,;TEEN
    Emanu-EI Camp
    Opens Monday
    Temple Emanu-EI Day Camp,
    now in its eighth consecutive
    year, will open on Monday. Milton
    Feinetein, camp director, announ-
    ced.
    The Summer Day Camp, under
    the persona] supervision of Dr. Irv-
    ing Lehrman, is synagogue-cen-
    tered and places special emphasis
    on programming with Jewish cul-
    tural and spiritual content. In ad-
    dition, a well-rounded sports and
    athletic program will be featured
    together with field trips, dramat-
    ics, singing and dancing.
    Bus transp rtation is provided to
    and from camp Registrations are
    b >ing accepted in the Temple of-
    fi .. at 17"! Washington Ave
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    The following B'nai Raphael L'SY
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    Friday evening services
    Senior USY Arlene Zucker-
    man. president; Joan Fandler.
    Ann Lerner, Larry Aram, vice
    preside ts; Mary Ann Miller.
    Claudia I ..me. secretaries; Roberta
    Brandon, treasurer.
    Junior USY Stanley Elbrand,
    president; Andrea Brandon, (.'her
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    ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET, MIAMI BEACH
    It's coffee and box luncheon time for Greater
    Miami Section of National Council of Jewish
    Women's annual workshop held last week at
    Temple Israel. Pouring for her officers is Mrs.
    William I. Brenner, Greater Miami Section
    president. Left to right (rear) are Mrs. Charles
    Rosenberg, vice president ways and means;
    Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, recording secretary. Left
    to right (front row) are Mrs. Brenner, Mrs.
    Harry Orleans, vice president, community
    services; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. vice presi-
    dent, administration; Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
    financial secretary; Mrs. Irving Wexler, vice
    president, public affairs.
    Memorial Plaques
    To be Dedicated
    Dedication of 22 memorial
    plaques will take place on Sunday.
    2 p.m.. in the Chapel of Flagli r
    Granada Jewish Center.
    Assisting Rabbi David Rosenfeld
    will be Cantor George Goldberg,
    Beniamin Jonas, president of Flag
    ler-Granada Jewish Center. Barry
    Clein, Haiold Strumpf and Robert
    Brown, of the Religious Activities
    Committee.
    Or Olom Ladies
    Feature Report
    Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
    will hold its monthly meeting
    Thursday, .June 17. at the Temple.
    The program will be based on a
    report on the recent conference
    held in Jacksonville of the Florida
    Branch of the .National Women's
    League of L' n i t e d Synagogue of
    America
    The report will be presented in
    the form of an original musical
    skit written and directed by Mrs.
    Lawrence Wulkan. featuring del-
    egates from Temple Or Olom.
    Included are the Mesdamos Ger-
    ald Schwartz. Murray Kaye. Chick
    Gi/odman, William Seidman. Em-
    r> Green, Lawrence Wulkin and
    M urra y Rosenberg. Musical ac-
    companiment will be provided by
    Mrs Harold Robin.
    Mrs Mm ray Rosenberg is pres-
    ident of Sisterhood. Rabbi Samuel
    April is spiritual leader of the
    congregation,
    Mrs. Irving Cooperman and Jack Berman are co-chairmen
    of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the
    U.S.A. convention scheduled this weekend at the DiLido
    Hotel. Among highlights will be the presentation of a nurses
    scholarship tc a student in Jackson Memorial Hospital. (See
    story, Page 3-A.)
    Daytona Names Rassco Leaders
    Asst. State Atty.
    To be Speaker
    Assistant state Attorney II Paul
    Baker will be guest speaker at the
    regular weekly dinner meeting of
    the North Shore Optimist Club of
    Miami Beach on Tuesday at Chain!
    lers Restaurant starting at 7 p.m.
    Baker, who is chief prosecutor.
    Division A. of the Criminal Court
    ot Record, will speak on the in-
    crease ol sex crimes.
    A reception was held recently
    at the Daytona Riviera Resort Mo-
    tel in Daytona Beach, when Mr
    and Mrs Louis P. Samuels hosted
    a gathering of community leaders
    there to welcome Jacques Torczy-
    ntr. a longtime leader in the
    Zionist Organization of America
    During the evening. Louis Kottle
    and Samuels were named Rasft >
    Associates Rassco i- one of Israel's
    largest Investment corporations
    with fund.- from some 28 countries.
    At the event were Rabin N.irman
    1! Diamond and Rabbi B Le
    Hurwitz, spiritual leaders of the
    Daytona area
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    Middy, June 11, iyb;
    ? f tin- weather during the pael
    .c w weeks i> any indication.
    ......e for a "long, hot sum-
    i ler." To women this means
    What am 1 going to (' with "'
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    C .-rater Miami with Its beach-
    . s. swimming pools, tennis court*,
    oil courses, boating, fishing, and
    igh humidity, creates man>
    aiiture problems Bleached hair
    iusI be protected, and new hair
    -.yles must be designed for our
    immer outdoor life
    Mrs. Henrj Caro prefers some-
    ling short, casual and easy to
    eep She wants to enjoj herself
    i uring the daj and claims t.'iat a
    ,'s best summertime friend
    her wig Vftei spending two
    : three hours in the beaut) sa
    she w anl h coiffm e to last
    i least two or three days, so
    plans hei H lo r aeti> ith
    round spei ial social en
    - thai require professional
    tyling Since she also wants ti
    h'ik well-groomed during the
    evening, she also suggests tin
    -. "[ the .
    THE wiglet is used Imosl ex-
    ' i lushel) b) Mi-- Dianne i.'
    son durin {the summer 1 ti
    nne is a senior al the Univer-
    . v ..! North Carolina, where the
    i iUcm the v' -.1 hern line
    iservative conformity during
    te school war The) all wear
    .line skirts, round collar bious-
    > -. and non-teased fairl) straight
    air which dues not touch the col-
    .i Dianne Hraa to do a l"t ot
    dimming, and finds that by let-
    ng her hair grow longer the can
    t it up. top it with a wiglet,
    i look glamorous during th.-
    vening. when she returns to col-
    e in the tall, where she is
    tudying to become a physical
    herapisl she'll revert to short-
    er hair worn with bangs and .i
    light flip.
    Emanuel Pushkin likes
    the flat look, which is enjoying a
    re\ ival. A short haircut thai can
    be eaail) set with a few pineurls
    ifl her idea oi a |K'rfect sunune.
    coinfure. When she doet. go to
    the hairdresser, she prefers a
    more high styled coiffure
    Wigs are made to cider for this
    part of the country, according
    to Mrs. Walk Fischer In her
    opinion, anyone who swims must
    have a wig. "When the weather
    is so beautiful, it seems a ter-
    rible waste to -pend too much
    time sitting under a dryer She
    also feekl that there is much
    room f- r individuality :n select
    itii4 a hair style especially since
    both Vogue and Harpers Bazaai
    show many sleek coiffures
    L4RS. Herbert V'endeland i><
    ,wt lieves in being practical No
    matter what kind of bathing cap
    she uses, her hair still gets wet;
    so ?he wan', a coiffure tlial is
    i.ih and with a h
    wave which she can comb in it
    ler s im min She f e e I s that
    short hair is more j uthfuL and
    that a cm be styled in a more
    sophisticated manner for s|
    ons She does n'l particu
    larly c a r e for the curl) hair
    which i- coming back into promi-
    nence; and she distinctl) dis
    likes "\ er teased hair, w h i c n
    takes on a straw-like appearance
    once the summer is over, and
    our social season returns to full
    activity it is fairly tale to predict
    that Styles will feature sliuhth
    longer hair in more extreme
    coiffures, For the summer
    though, shi rt h.nr seems to be
    "in." along with a wig or Wlgld
    on every closet shelf.
    .lust rememher. the sun IS vi-
    cious to your hair and skin, and
    the) must Ik- carefully protected.
    A \- il: can never really replace
    a beautiful, shining, healthy head
    of hair that is becomingly styled
    /JCongress Women's Board
    Holds All-Day Brunch Here Tuesday
    Mrs Harve) E Kramer, out-
    ing president Women's Division
    nerican .1 e w i b Congress was
    -less to past and present of-
    ers and executive board of the
    apters an all-day brunch and education
    thering at her home on Tues
    j
    r h e m e for : h e da) w s a
    merican Jewish Congress Place
    loday World Planning the
    n 11 h Mrs Kramer were
    sdames Jack Shapiro Irving
    iplan, Sj Reese Fan Steinberg
    m Penchansk) Joseph White.
    rtrude Mogul. Jeanette Stern,
    Hi rder, Louis
    ihen Isabelle Slavitl lrvin
    n El< .nidi Rosensti in s> I
    Silvers Ethe Wolk,
    iner, Royal Jonas Mollie Rudt.
    I rsl Per
    inrd mem
    r* wh .ic- Mesdames
    i plan, pri sident, W i ra
    im. j
    H
    uker. fund rais ce prei nl
    bert Zuckermi ion on
    * and social action i hail n in li -
    tartin pi l man,
    in Sti inber commission on in-
    ational affairs chairman; Bel-
    Kamen, financial secretar) and
    easurer; Gertrude Mogue ree-
    ding secretary; Isabella Slavstt,
    rreeponding secretary
    Board members are Mcsdames
    Temple Beth Sholem Religious School, Hollywood, sponsored
    its annual Mother's Day essay contest and program with stu-
    dents submitting essays on "What My Mother Means to Me."
    First place winner in the junior group was Sandra, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Silverman, 2443 Washington St.
    First place winner in the older group was Rebecca, dauqhter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Shapiro, 2011 Plunkett St. Mr. and Mrs.
    Milton M. Klier, members of Beth Sholem. make the annual
    presentation in memory of their mothers. Pictured is Mrs.
    Klier making the presentations.
    Judea Men In
    *Dey of Fun'
    At Matheson Here
    Temple Judea men's I I
    i "Day of Kim" for childrei
    pi rents at the annual Rehgii
    school picnic ai Matheson h
    mock "ii Sunday,
    Albert .la.ohson. president
    Men's Club, announces thai the
    da) featured games for chtl I
    mo hers and lather-, and a cake
    baking contest for the ladies
    HOUSE FOR SALE
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    Golden Peacock Features Finest
    Signora Johanna N Vilardi, born
    in Vienna, i- an internationally
    known decorator al the Golden
    Peacock, interior decorators, of
    ill Arthur Godfre) Rd Miami
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    itic families of Austria,
    in- has ii.neled several iimes
    around the world, acquiring the
    t. si,- and knowledge fundamei
    to fine international interior dec
    ling, which has been her pro
    fession for the past i.'i years
    Si : n o r a Vilardi's long time
    ds are found ar wnd the globe
    She i- associated in business uith
    Maj. Gen li Sanguan Rojanovong
    se, personal physician to the Court
    ol h.oland. whl re vi nora Vilardi
    will Ik- guasl during the month ol
    July
    i Vilardi openi d the <. Id
    on Peacock studio recent!) with
    in r daughti r Ros na ai l he i i
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    with buil in fountains, fish ponds
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    and rlr (i nee with hand paii ti d
    murals in m the delicate Oriental
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    AIm featured are custom df-
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    Leonard Sidersky, membership
    co-chairman: Sylvia Brown, com
    mission o n community interrela-
    tions chairman: Kleanor Rosen
    stein, rand-raising co-chairman
    Delegates from the chapters to
    the Women's Division hoard who
    attended are Mcsdames Jean-
    ette Stern. Incoming president.
    Miami Coral Gables Chapter;
    Samuel Rosenstein, Russel Winer.
    David I'rrss. Samuel Penchansky,
    Jeanette Gold Miami-Coral Gables
    Chapter
    Attending Irom the Louise Wise
    chapter were Mesdames Joseph
    Albuquerque reelected president:
    Mary S Cohen, executive vice
    president: Louis Cohen, member-
    ship i.' e ores d< 'it. and co-chair
    an Mae Gruchow; Sam Herder,
    fund-raising vice president, and co
    i hail Ton n ant/.;
    j iseph White, program \ ice p i
    Isidore Baum, tn isurer;
    ..l secretary;
    i elected
    ing id .hi man
    the four i ns commis-
    sion on law an I social at tion i-.\ a
    Blum: c n on Jewish af-
    Elizabeth Leibowitz com
    missions ol community interrela-
    tion and commission on Jewish Ai
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    Also Mesdames Sylvia SUvi
    reelected president of Justine
    Chapter and Mrs S\ Reese, now-
    ly-elrcted president ol Biscayne
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    Friday, June 11, 1965
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    Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau ol Jewish Education
    graduated 24 of its students on May 20 at the community grad-
    uation exercises held at Beth David Conqreqation, where grad-
    uates were addressed by Shimon Yallon, Consul General of
    Israel at Atlanta. Seated (left to right) are Judith Cohen,
    Francine Smith. Heidi Penchansky, Jacqueline Wohlfarth, El-
    len Schacter, Ann Steinbeig, Sharon Shavin. Standing (left



    jr S. Rosichan icenter .executive director of the Greater
    mi Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal, re-
    ^^es a silverbound copy of the Szyk Haqgadah from Dr.
    Irffcig Lehrman, outqoing chairman of the 1965 CJA campaign,
    , atfie iecent Federation annual dinner. Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
    . toast ister of the dinner, looks on. Function was at the new
    Greater Miami YM and WHA.
    T t
    Ir'imer May. past president of the Zionist Organization of
    ^Bt^nca, turns over a signed Covenant Imani for the Founda-
    j-lor. of the Jewish National Fund to Jacob C. Fishman as Mrs.
    ^Pnnan and Zev W. Koqan look on. May was quest speaker
    a recent luncheon held in Fishman's honor, vice president
    y-.e Jewish National Fund ol Gn ortei Miami.
    Sidney Marks Will Speak Before JNF
    mdation Luncheon Here on June 16
    S i .' n p \ Marks, noti "i.illv
    hunenl Zionist leader, will bo
    m speakei ;tt tli<' June it> lunch
    sponsored b\ the Jewish N
    k.ii F ii n il Foundation :it the
    bleau Hot< I
    lusical program "ill be present-
    >) Cantor Herman Qottlk b, ly
    tenor, accompanied bj Pearl AI
    hson
    rorerunner of the event was a
    fcent luncheon wp.'i men} Zionist
    Lders oj Unseter Miami paftiei
    ttlng
    Jacob C. Fishmin JNF Coon-
    Ml vice president and chairman
    the Zionist luncheon, was hon-
    ored at the affair.
    to right) are Zvi Berger, director. Hebrew Hiqh School. Stan-
    ley Bilsker, Ruth Liebeskind, Daniel Weiss, Ann Scherr, David
    Metlika. Henry Issenberg, Lawrence Siegel, Leon Pollack.
    Brent Pliskin. Joel Penick, Lee Rosenhouse. Charles Belskv. Eli
    Mizrahi. Nora Feldman. Adrian Pollack. Guy Spiegelman.
    Selma Schickman, and Rabbi Shimon Azulay, instructor.
    Royal Hungarian Hosts Beth Moshe
    Mr ind Mrs Philip Weiss, own
    : of the Ii"\ ;il Hun; ai ian Ri -
    rani ai 731 Washington Ave..
    iitly Ii ii s t e il fn' i'a mbii
    i mpait n luncheon for Torah
    Hat I Sch enter Residence Hall
    for mi mbers of Beth Moshe Sis
    li hood.
    The restaurant and its facilities
    v i re ii' red b> Mr .urn Mrs \\eiss
    when Popiel Social Hall ol Beth
    Moshe Congrega ion was destroyed
    by fire several weeks ago
    Participating in the event were
    \h- Arthur .1 Brown, chairman
    m rs Jaj R a n d, president, Mrs
    Fred Blank. Mrs Burton -
    Martj Martin, Rab R ard M
    VI an ovitz, Philip Weis and Me
    Michaels
    Choi Chapter Party
    Chai Chapter B'nai B'rlth worn
    i'ii. will have ;i card party on Tues
    day. 8 p in at the Atlantis Hotel
    Bar Association
    Elects Ferdie
    Uaslei R Ferdie. ni Coral u
    tikes, was elect e d i ogional v i
    i hail man for the nite I st.it-
    1.1 ni ihr Young Lawj i
    Si ction ni the Inl r-An oan B
    A-- ciation at il bienni il meclii -
    in San Juan, P R
    l-1 i die had sei \ ed a Becreta
    ol the section ami council
    ^ oung Law yers beet km ol I
    li ter-American Bar tssot iation
    oontposed ol lawyer undei the .1
    i.i 4i) who are members of the
    nii.'i: n 1.1 oughoul North .1 I
    South Ann rica.
    JWV Ladies Hold
    Membership Fete
    June 3 was thr evening when .
    recently signed new members
    the Ladies' Auxiliarj ol the AI
    Horrowitz Post, Jewish War Vj
    erans, were officiallj obligated
    .1 ceremonj ai 1 fii 23
    N'E 171s1 St undei I he udanci
    ent, Mrs ll..: Id 1 hr
    '1 he follow ing membei s w1
    ri l ith -; cial 1 VI1
    \ Mi ow ii/. Mrs i s-'.eii
    Mrs .1 Brunner and Mrs R B
    mohl
    Vnnoum ......nade
    a u
    June 17 at the t riifii 1 I. Tl
    Post ins ited members ol the Au
    liai > in attend it- --en ;., 1 enn
    in. June 24 when Lee
    Station WQAM, will be gut spea
    er
    Qood uWusic
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    powerfully
    influential
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    In pay i n to Fishman,
    Mot imer May, ZOA president
    pealed to those attending the .11
    [air "to li n r him b> signing the
    : .Hit till.Hill "
    The Covenant with Mj People
    is .hi agreement to include < be
    quesl of not 1' -- ill-Hi $1,000 to thr
    Jew 1-I1 National Fund.
    Stressing the "importance ol the
    . \i-- ;,inl his readiness "to do
    whatever possible for its devel >p
    idmiI and pr< r e s," Fishman
    , il ii la our i"1, -""l dutj tn
    see to it thai those who wish to
    go tn Israel to live are able to do
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    Thirteen boys and girls have been certified
    with reading readiness for entrance into the
    public school system after graduating from the
    Primary Department of Temple Beth Shirah.
    Winding up its second successful year of
    operation, the Nursery-Kinderaarten has been
    under the direction of Mrs. Jane Schulman,
    graduate of the School of Education, Univer-
    sity of Miami. Mrs. Morton Weinberger has
    been class teacher. Members of the graduat-
    ing class include (seated left to riqht) Tracy
    Coulton, Deborah Liebling, Celia Pearl. Ken-
    neth Schulman, Barbara Sax, Judy Heller,
    Cindy Cvnamon. Standing tleft to right) are
    Rabbi Morris Skop, Michcel Raven, Michael
    Ghezzi. Manfred Rayne, Mrs. Morton Wein-
    berger, teacher. Wayne Berry, Paul Ellins,
    Kenton Friedman, and Cantor Herman Got-
    tlieb.
    Discussing the annual baccalaureate service
    with Dr. Irving Lehrman held last Saturdav
    morning at Temple Emanu-El are members of
    the committee. Standinq are Stuart Kap'cn,
    Jen Kaplan, chairman of the committee, Har-
    vey Insler, Steven Goldstein. Seated are
    Sandy Rubin, Rabbi Lehrman and Bonnie Cy-
    per.. The service, in honor of the 1965 qradu-
    ates of Miami Beach Senior High School, has
    become a tradition at Temple Emanu-El. Jack
    D. Gordon, member of \hr Dade County Board
    of Public Instruction, extended greetings, and
    representatives of the class participated in the
    service. Not shown are Alan Rosenstrauch
    and Mrs. Donald Michnoff, committee mem-
    beis.
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    Technion Moves to Lincoln Road
    American Society for Technion,
    Israel Institute of Technology,
    which supports Israel's only te-
    chnical university, has moved its
    southern regional office to the One
    Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach
    The southern regional office lias
    been directed by Leo Rutstein for
    the past five "ears, according to
    Judge Frederick N Barad Miami
    Chapter chairman, and Dr Irvine.
    Lehrman. a founder and member
    of the national board of the So
    ciety serving his fifth consecutive
    term
    Sydney L. Weintraub, attorney
    for the Meyer Gold Estate, recent
    ly turned over to the Society $1
    million from the estate for a spe
    cill protect at Technion in Haifa
    The following men and women are
    founders of Technion Mrs Milton
    Sirfcin, president of the Miami
    Beach chapter. Women's Division;
    and Mrs Meyer A. Baskin, re
    cently installed as president of the
    South Dade Chapter, as well as
    Mr and Mrs Maurice Adler. Hen
    jamin Appel. David Aranow. Mey-
    er A. Baskin. Mrs. Maurice Bas-
    kin. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berber.
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berhard. Mr
    and Mrs Ben Blume. Mrs Sorrel
    Rose Bollet. William Bernstein.
    Maurice Brams. Shepard Broad.
    A. L. Casset, Harry L Cooper. Mrs
    Clara Denner. Miss Ruby Dia
    mond. Samuel K 1 in a n. Mrs.
    Frances Entinc. Mr and Mrs. A
    C. Fine, Morris Franklin, Samuel
    Friedland. Benjamin Friedman.
    Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer. Mrs.
    Louis Glaster, Mrs. Fannie Gold
    berg. Mrs Jean K Greenspan. Mrs.
    Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs Trudy
    Hamerschiag. Mr and Mrs. Mau-
    rice Herts. Isador Hammer. Bern-
    ard Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
    Katzman. Nathan Kushin, Mr. and
    Mrs. Harold Lasker.
    Max h. l^evenson. Adam S.
    Levy, Morris Levy, Mr ind
    flyman Lieberman, Mr. in
    Sam Luby, Mrs Jacob II \;
    Joe Mechtow. Mr and Mrs N'atl
    Nash, David Ponve, Mi md Mr>
    Jack s Popick. Mr. and Mrs
    cob Itiikm. Leo Robins
    Rodins, Josi ph Rose, Philip Ro*
    berg, Mr and Mrs He an -
    wart/. Sam Schwartz Ml ind
    1 ia\ h! Sernaker, Jacob 5 r. H
    Simone Frank Smith Marct
    Staley. David s Stem Mr .
    Mrs Philip F Thau. Mr and '
    Sol Trachtenberg, Dam-! \ i
    Mr and Mr- A I Usl ler \ -
    Volpin, Abe D Waldauer, D<
    Joseph Weil, Harry Weiss M
    Jeanette Weiss. Miss E.....bet
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    South Florida Assot iation
    Health Underwriters, an affiliate oi
    the International Association ol
    Health Underwriters has elected
    the following officers and direct-
    ors:
    Richard iv me!. CLU president;
    Arnold Lazanis. first vice pn -
    dent; Jeffrej Gabor, second vice
    president; Avi A. Kay, secretarj
    t tea.surer.
    Board of din (torsi are \. M S.i-
    bo, Harrj Levy, Sidney Fields,
    Bernard Landers, Leon Spitzer,
    CLU, and F Jan Jacobi 'lairman.
    Forte Towers Women's Club
    Forte Towers Women's Social
    Hub will have a Cabaret Night on
    June 111, 9 p.m.. at the Barcelona
    Hotel. Mrs. Gertrude Solomon,
    president, and Mrs. P. Platt. see
    rotary, said that the e\ent will be
    open to members and their guests.
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    Friday, June 11. 19SS
    +Jenlsii mhrldHur
    Page 13-B
    JQar Barry Solomon
    Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
    ard Solomon. 793> Biscayne Point
    Circle, will be Bar Mitzvah at
    T < m P 1 6 Menorah on Saturday
    morning, June 12.
    Barry graduated from the fifth
    year of the Elementary Hebrew
    School of Temple Menorah and al-
    n., attend- Nautilus .luni :r High.
    He plays organ with a band.
    Kiddush will follow services in
    III.' Social Hall of Temple Mnorah
    land in the evening, a dinner recep-
    Ition in Barry's honor will be held
    |al the Dora] Beach Hotel
    David Delman
    David Joseph, :i of Mr and
    Ira Philip J. Delman. will be Bar
    litzvah on Saturday mi rning, June
    i .it i( mple Beth To* Kiddush
    kill follow the it remony.
    'Now going into the eighth grade
    West Miami Junior High th<
    lar \l;.7vu'i plans I veter-
    irj medicine.
    Mark Gerson
    Satin lay mornin Fun
    '.'n Mark, son ol Mi md Mrs
    the French horn in the .school band.
    is an ao; mplifhed trumpet player,
    and is also interested in tennis.
    Attending his Bar Mitzvah from
    the Miami area Will be his grand-
    parents, Mr and .Mrs. Louis Miller
    and Mrs. Anna Pearl.
    trie Plager
    Andrew Kern
    r

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    rid Delman Gary Net/
    r\
    has been f and also collects i mps
    He wi 11 i his R< li
    Sch i n
    Kiddush I i i the
    will honor the c
    Eric Plager
    i in Saturday rrornin ine 12
    at Temi Ei r. of Mr
    ; Mr- Richard Plager will be
    M
    I .....
    Junior Hish plays pi in i and is an
    ( nth:
    K i d (I ii h '. ill be tendered by
    Eric's parei ts in In- honor
    Steven Pearl
    On Saturdaj morning. June 12.
    at Temple Or CHom, Steven, son of
    Mr and Mrs, Jesse Pearl, will be
    Bar Mitzvah.
    Steven is a seventh grader at
    Rockway Junior High. He plays
    Martin Hershbein
    During services Saturday. June
    12. at Beth David Synagogue, Mar-
    tin nnon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
    thur Hershbein, 1300 svv 24th Ave.,
    will be Bar Mitzvah.
    Martin is a seventh grade stu-
    dent at Shenandoah Junior High
    and has attended Beth David Re-
    ligious School for six years. He Is
    interested in football ami baseball.
    Mr and Mrs. Hershbein are ten-
    dering the Kiddush following ser-
    vices and a dinner-reception on
    Sunday evening at the Waldman
    Hotel inJwnor ot Martin. Grand-
    parents Mrs. Sadie Pagan and Mrs
    Gussie Hershbein, of Miami, will
    attei 'l the celebrations
    The late Morton Fagan, Martin's
    grandfather, w irter mem
    ber oi Beth David i gation
    m 1924.
    *
    Gary Neff
    Tem-
    ple Sinai i June 12,
    n ol Mr an I Mrs Paul
    Neff, will be liar Mit/-.
    Gary has just con ?I< te l se\
    nth grade at John F. Kennedy
    Junioi re he parti
    .li the ra;ed i
    course His lavoi ite sp rt is base
    I all, and he a the accor
    dion.
    *
    Stuart Baumel
    Earlj mi -ning services on Sat-
    urdaj June 12, at Youni Israel ol
    Greater Miami will include the Bar
    Mitzvah of Stuart son of Mr. and
    \ rs im Baumel, 150 NE 189th
    Ter Kiddush will follow services.
    A student in the seventh grade
    at the Hebrew Academy, the cele-
    brant plays baseball and sings in
    the choir.
    A party in hopi r of the Bar
    Mitzvah will be a 11 e n d e d hv
    grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
    seph Katz.
    Convalescent Home
    In Coral Gables
    Adds New Wing
    Coral Gables Convalescent Home,
    at 7060 SVV 8th St.. Miami, has a
    new wing completed just a few-
    weeks ago. according to Ferdinand
    ! H. Rosenthal. director of the Home.
    Designed by architect Irvin Kor-
    ach, the addition increases the
    Home's capacity to 74 patients and
    includes facilities for kosher trays
    for patients wiio require observ-
    ance of Jewish dietary laws.
    , A former assistant director of
    Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland,
    and director of Jewish Home tor
    Aged in Pittsburgh, Rosenthal
    has worked for eighl years toward
    giving "the best medical care.
    nursing, recreation and food Of any
    convalescent home in the area
    "Most of the patients come to the
    home, just off Palmetto Express
    ' in I ah ut 3 i minuti from the
    Hi ach, ecause thej 're recommend-
    ed Physicians 10 like our huh
    standards of are, r frien Is or rel-
    a) ives who h a v e hapi
    Ik re are our most loyal bo st<
    Rosenthal explain d
    The Home has a si
    care of it- 48 p
    add profi ;sionals > the
    ;..' Lent -1 in c r e a s e s
    "Families w sei d I In ir pj r nts
    want ;h" best and expert the
    st." stated Rosenthal, "and
    thai ist what we give th( m *'
    n -signed o give the impi
    "that it is an apartment buili
    although it i- all on one flo >r, the
    new wing i- dec-mated throughout
    the hallways and lobby with plant
    ing arrangements which create a
    warm atmosphere."
    knottier unusual feature of the
    wing is an i n s i d e garden patio.
    roofed over for protection, but with
    lame skylights in the ceiling which
    let natural sunlight into the sitting
    area
    DAVID HfCHT
    David Hecht
    To Study Law
    At Miami Un!v.
    David He. hi. son oi Mr. and 5.
    [sador Hecht. of 63 K) No I
    Miami Beach, has returne
    home here after bein
    L'nivi a de-
    in finam
    Rtl) working v h -
    father in the o] i ration ."I....-
    Icr Kenm I Club. enter
    he Universit) of Miami this fall
    i i omplete his educ ati m bj .-'
    ing la
    The angular text for
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    by ARNOLD JACOB WOLF
    clothbound $3.75
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    cmi0
    in Hershbein Clifford Blate
    ^m Gerson, 900 West Ave.. will
    I Ba Mitzvah at Temple Nei
    Taafd.
    ^ben attends Temple Ner Tarn
    pgums School and is an eighth
    student at Miami Military
    ^Imy.
    Buncheon will follow services
    Andrew Kern
    ^f Mitzvah of Andrew, son of
    ind Mrs. Herbert Kern, will
    lehrated at the Mincha ser-
    Saturday, June 12, at Tern
    Hmanu-El.
    dri'u has completed eighth
    Bat i la M Fi-h. Junior H
    , as a me iber ol the Stu-
    Iouim il and on I he Honor Roll
    member of I lunior Hon-
    ^fc.it\. has received awards in
    .vBi!' .md i- a mei f the
    ,i ennis Club. I
    fin. it; r
    ; Met f Miami Bi
    |v t, w ill at-
    Ht>> i
    ^B i .mi will '>,' honored at
    B< -
    Clifford Blate
    k^LV on
    B^ at Temple J idea will in-
    i Bar Mil ih A I lifl i I
    pn ui Mr and Mrs Herbert
    Bi is a seventh grade stu
    al Ponce Junior High and
    ipates in school athletics. He
    seth Israel
    foundbreaking
    !- Ih Israel Congregation, t US
    Id Ave in conjuncti n with its
    anniversary, will hold ground-
    ting ceremonies for in new
    on Tuesda} al n a.m.
    i ony will imti ite ret on
    t" ue Many
    r dignitj


    Page 14-B
    +Jewlsf> ftcrk/iar
    Friday. June 11, 1965
    Rabbi Jakobovitz to be Guest Speaker
    At Mesivta Graduation Exercises Sunday
    Knbbi Dr Imtnanuel Jakobovitl
    II ba gnost spaakor at the third
    _ actuation exorcises of tin- Mesi
    a Sonior High School ol Greater
    Miami on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at the
    Hebrew Academy Auditorium.
    Former Chief Rabbi of Ireland,
    hv left that post in December.
    ::i58. to become spiritual leader
    - the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in
    New York City, one of the nation's
    <.' remost Orthodox congregations.
    Graduates from the Mesivta
    -nior High School this year in-
    ide:
    Robert son of Mr and Mrs
    H\man Ualbut. of 4630 Royal
    11 in Ave who was awarded a
    - holarship both to New York I'm

    MR. AND MRS. KAUfMAN
    Kaufmans Mark
    50th Anniversary
    \lr and Mrs Herman Kaufman,
    S771 SW 49th St Miami, eele
    brated their Golden Wedding an
    /ersarj with family and friends
    i M.i> 30 .it the Famous Re.-tau
    nf
    The surprise reception was given
    . their honor by their children.
    i- and Mrs Leo Feiss, of Miami.
    ,i Mr and Mis Fred Kaplan, >!
    > n Francisco
    The Kaufmans are originally
    Bi Dklyn N Y Thej h ive
    wm 20 years
    Mrs. April Will
    Head Chapter

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    ti for 1965-06 includes Mrs
    ril president Mrs Phil Gold-
    U: Vbe I', a r k .. n Mrs,
    1 tarles Turk, vice presidents;
    Ros ii' : treaaun i Mrs
    S:anlej Greene, Mr- J< s Weis
    t. us, Mi's Natbrin /.eielmor see
    : ies
    Board members are Mesdamea
    elman Max Siernstein,
    ron Stein, Nathan Pomeranti
    I sther Solomon Louis Ziinmer-
    i in
    Bntertainment featured lyric so*
    no Mrs Mil i a} K retzkj. \ oice
    acher, with Mr- Hen Ball ax
    i >mpanist
    versity and Yoshiva University,
    and plans to attend Yeshiva
    Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Melihior Go'dring. of IMS Wwi
    Ave.. who has been awarded a
    full scholarship to Illinois Institute
    of Technology in Chicago
    Irving, son of Mr and Mrs
    Philip Jacob, of 7815 Crespi Blvd..
    was awarded a scholarship to the
    University of Miami.
    William J son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Paul Leff. 710 NE 168th St., He
    brew valedictorian, awarded a full
    scholarship to Telshe Yeshiva m
    Cleveland. 0
    Randy, son of Dr and Mrs, Ir-
    win Makovsky. 15414 Prairie Ave,
    who will attend the I'nlversitj ol
    Miami.
    Joel J son of Mr and Mrs
    Henry Meyers, ol Chicago, 111.
    who was awarded a Yeshiva Uni-
    versity scholarship.
    Michael, son of Mr and Mrs
    Nathan Robinowitz. ol 4530 Alton
    Rd who will attend the I ol M
    Thomas Harry, son of Rabbi
    ami Mis. P.ail Wei-- ol 650 Lenox
    A\ e awarded a Yeshi\ a l ni\ er
    sity scholarship
    Bernard, son of Mrs Frieda
    Zyss Klein, ol 4:;u Royal Palm
    Ave who will attend the l ol M
    Rabbi Jakobovitl, horn in Ger
    manj, a graduate ol London's Ye
    shiva Eti Chaim. Jew- College
    and the i niveraitj of London He
    started lus rabbinical career at
    the age of -*> in London, where
    he occupied several distinguished
    pulpits, including that ol the Gnat
    Synagogue until 1940, when he
    wn called t" Dublin as Chief Rat)
    i i 't Ireland, succeeding Rabbi
    Dr Isaac Hulevi HefXOg.
    lie left Ireland in December,
    1958 to assume his present i*>si
    turn as Rabbi ol New York's mag-
    nificent Fifth Avenue Synagogue,
    one of the foremost Orthodox eon
    .:! i Itions in America
    He is the author ol "Jewish Me
    dieal Ethics Dr Jakobovitl ii
    also the first recipient of the Dis
    tinguishi S Vward ol the
    \--oi Jewish
    Scientist
    Knights to Honor
    Council Members
    Outgoing officers and hoard
    . embers <>t George Gershwin
    Knights of Pythias Lodge "ill be
    inored on Saturday at the Casa-
    anca Hotel during a social sched-
    u ed for 7:30 p in
    The lodge will aNo honor new 1\
    eeted Miami Beach Council mem-
    bers. Mai Englander Paul Beid-
    .man and Jose p Ii Malek. and
    .Mayor Elliot Roosevelt, all mem-
    rs of the lodge
    Dancing and a show will fol-
    t h e awards, and Chancellor
    i omniander Fred Zedgor will pro-
    side
    Arrangements for the evening
    being handled by Jack Heath,
    chairman of the Golden Key Sat
    i day Night Sociata
    USY Torch
    Study Weekend

    y under
    !
    t the S" '
    ol the
    l n i t e d Sj na-
    e ol Amen-
    irding to
    an a n n o u ii c e
    mem by Sej mour
    Mann, president
    the region
    dr. such Professor
    in-Risidenee will l>e Dr. Morton
    Siegel, director of the Nati
    Commission on Jewish Education
    oi the United Synagogue of Amer-
    ica. Dr Siegel is .i graduate of
    "i i 'm a Universitj and holds a
    l'hl) fri in Columbia Univei sit)
    lie -. rved for 11 years aa dire cr oi the Department of Youth Ac-
    tivities ol the United Synagogue
    ol America, and assumed his pies.
    enl |x:st tWO years
    Dr. Siegel will lead a series of
    three discussions on "Ideology
    and Theology of the Conserva-
    tive Movement," and "Prophetic
    Message for Our Day." Study ses-
    sions will be held on Friday night
    nd Saturday morning, Saturday
    afternoon, and Saturday night.
    Sunday will he devoted to a meet-
    mi; of the Executive Council, whose
    prim.in g al is to launch the
    newly formed Commission on Jew-
    ish Education of the Southeast Re-
    gion of the United Synagogue.
    In addition to Dr Siegel. Rabbi
    Morton Narrowe. of Satellite
    Peach, Fla.; Rabbi Barnard Shotat,
    ol Saraaota; Abraham Glttdson, of
    Beth Torah Congregation; and Rah
    bi Allen Rutchik. director of the
    Southeast Region United Syna-
    gogue of America, will be present
    to assist in the discuaaion and
    teaching
    DR. IMMANUU 1AK0B0VITZ
    Beth Israel Will
    Move into New
    Quarters Sunday
    Most- J Grundwerg, president
    ot Beth Israel CongregaUon, has
    announced thai on Sunda> morn
    n a in a pi markin .
    the moving ol the congregation to
    its new quarters, al 770 v\ *0th
    St will take place
    The pro-ram will be marked by
    the procession of the congregi
    tion's Siliei Torah from the old
    synagogue, at :n W -loth SI t"
    the new synugogue acri -- the
    street Local rabbis, m conjunc-
    tion with Rabbi Berel w.-in. spirit
    ii.il leader oi Beth Israel Congre
    gation, will lake part in the ie-
    tivities
    The congregation is currently in
    the midst of constructing its new
    ultra-modern synagogue building
    The building will contain I 500-eeal
    mam sanctuary, ctapei for daily
    sen ices ., ;,">o-e.e auditorium
    and social hall, a mikvah and of-
    fices
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    Friday. June 11, 1965
    Li
    LEGAL NOTICE
    I'll CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    th judicial circuit in and
    or dade county. florida
    ,n chancery
    No. 65C 5301
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    3TICE BY PUBLICATION
    IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    NTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
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    fOUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No 65C 5*47
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    LEGAL NOTICE
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    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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    No. 66465-B
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    IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
    No. 65C 5915
    II'A V MINK.
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    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    NOTICE OF INTtNTION
    TO APPLY FOR
    CHANGE OF NAME
    Ch.incfry No 65C 52^0
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUP r
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    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 66611-B
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 5C 5526
    MARU1KIUTK ll. SAM'S.
    Plaintiff,
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    DAVID SANDS.
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    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    T<' DAVID SAM'S
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    ilfi.-i ihut ,i Bill of I'omplainl
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    anil \ -ii 11. required to : \. .i
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No. 65C 5814
    MELVfX 1. RAT,
    Plaintiff,
    .1 VN1K I' R VY
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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    Viii' ARK HEREBY notified ih.n
    ; '..Iin for Dlvon han been
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    Ma x 11 1963
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl-E -
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUI"r C -
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN THANCERY
    No 65C 5571
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    16 Ronmey Road
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    - 21-JS .' i it *tRuled aaainsi you in the I'll
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    FLORIDA IN PROBATE folloMina described real property:
    No. 66915-A l-'1 l:l" K P1R8T -VI'DITI' X
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    Deceased l>ade County, Kloi Ida
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    ;. i-rve a op) thereof upon i.
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    I in in.-, in an) claims and !.-- '"'! : Uulldlna:, Miami, I":-
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    1845 ALTON ROAD 2700 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
    7410 COLLINS AVE. & 2017 TYLER ST.
    969 NORMANDY DR. HOLLYWOOD
    940 HARDING AVE. 420 N. FEDERAL HWY.
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    rnctay, June n, ibbi *•Jen I vr t/er rerun Page 7-B Cantor Hershkovifz on Shalom July 30 Planning an intensive membership campaign for the forthcoming year starting with the summer months, the Miami Beech Chapter of Hadassah meets in he&dguarters at 337 Lincoln Rd. Shown rear 'left to right) are Mesdames Arthur Press. Herzl Group; Barney Joseph, Emma Lazarus; Anna Stern, Israeli; Nathan Friedman, Henrietta Szold; Harry P. Cchen, reenrolhnent chairman for Miami Beach Chapter; William Saffir, Brandeis Group; Harry Galanter, Stephen Wise; Florence Webber, Forte Towers; and Fannie Hall, Morton Towers. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Jack Davis, publicity coordinator of chapter; Max Cohen, Southgate Group; Oscar Tobey, Morton Towers; Norman Meyers, membership vice president of chapter; Elsie Glick, Hanna Senesch; Abraham Kirson, Esther; and Manuel Feierman. Shaloma Group. Jay Dee Firm Promotes Talent Mrs Judy Dnuin has arum need the formation t Jaj Dee Associates, lac., at 120 Lincoln ROJ I Mall, a new talent promotion < selinfi firm, specializing in public rtlattow and promotion ol musical talent Mrs Dobin, .1 long-time residei I • %  I Miami Beach %  1 rmerlj .< sistant advertising and promotion director : the WUJ ray Ulen 1 panj in New York City. Simultaneous with the annoui nu'iii i>i the opening • >! offices, Sirs Dobin indicated that three wail known musical groups had al ready signed with Ja) Dee Asso ciatas — the Soon) Payne Trio luM.ii'ii by Count Basle's format drummer; Dave Skins Trio, led bj Dava AK.HI: and IViUcc Kill.md the Dynamics, a t

    *in. jover[>ppermia4 Lounge HMUg and publicrelations d.re.t 101 of the Dora I Motels, will act as Mrs Dobin announced also ttiat consultant to the company. MKS. JUDY DOBIN THE III SI AYNE IIIIHVri: 340 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHfRf THE SJABS AND HIAVIN JOIN YOUR ftSJIVITItS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NIWtY DECORATED SI Aid M.II I IIAI.I 1COOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS BANQUETS LUNCHEONS CATS • • • III X l. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS MEETINGS Str CALL clly Kashtr Facilities Available Under iuptniisuH of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN M.$s SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Havt that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i i You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I at I th for Information! HAZEL ALLISON CaUrlng oiractor, JE 1-6061 SStrt St. Collins Av. Schechter School Now Registering dosing exercises (ii the Solomon Schechter Day School of Temple Rmanu El were held June 9. Ra 1 bad K Yunes ia ohairnaan of the Hoard ol Education. Dr Irving Lehrman extended greetings at an open house bald in the school building. The evening included dedication of the Luby Science Lab l\ Mir. and Mrs Sam Luby Jr., in lionor ol their parents. Recently completed, the science room is fully equipped and will supplement the school s science studies. The So I "in on Schechter Day School ia the onlj Conservative Synagogue Daj School in the Southeast United .".ales and fulfills the highest standards required by the Dade County Board of I'ublic In struction and the State of Florida. Registration for the i*.ti."> M term is being a.cepted at 77th St. and Dickens Avc and at 1701 Washington Ave. By Special Rsport kovitz, the intern,1 cantor who n lucted Pa• %  r\ ices 1 I '1 in \pnl. will be aboard the big Israeli luxury MI .. n ne\: Julj 30, v* hen she %  iifrom Niii York on a nine-da} nixin the Caribbean, According to the Zim Lines, ownaaa rd 'he 25,300 ross ton S l anfaor fast hko\ iti received sucn acclaim from passengers on the 1 as er 1 ruise that it u as decided to m\ I T him to conduct servU •& during the mid-summer cruise which features calls at San Juan, Puerto Rk st Thomas. \ irgin Lslanda and si Marten Netherlands West Indies. Koshac cuisine will be served exclusively on this cruise iml\ Hungarian-born Cantor Hershkovit/ was the youngest chief can'or in the histon "f Budapest's pre-World War II Jewish community When the Germans occupied Hungary, he and his wile ware put in a concentration camp, where they lived through three yean of Nazi brutality. Cantor llerslikovit/. was "discot ered" in the ISA by the late Eddie Cantor, lie ha> since had re. citals ;it Carnegie Hall and med al the Eisenhower Ini ural Ball in 1953 Cantor 11 vitz is associated with thi Oci 1 I arku aj Jewis 1 Center in Brooklyn, W h i c h -ranted him leave to serve .1cantor aboard the Shall The SS Shalom flagship Of I>merchant fleet, wa built in France in li'iii and recent!} com pleted her first season of winter cruises from New York t 1 the Caribbean The full) air-conditioned, stabilizer-equipped 820 million liner features public rooms deeoi ted by lc adinj artists ol Israel, Europe ar.d America, three swimming pools, gym, sauna baths, closed earen it television, elevator service between decks and wall-to-wall carpeting thrauWraut and pen f.icdities with all cabins. The Sfla kin's traditional synagogue was designed and decorated by Bon* and Louise Schatz, of Jerusalem. A 42-day Passover Festival Cruise from New York to Israel and six other countries is scheduled fot th*ShaL.ni in March. I960. A special feature ol the cruise will be a nine-da> staj in Is rael where the ship will serve as hotel. Greyhounds Will Race Saturday A field of 5fi of the nation's finest -reyhounds will go to the post for the first heat.s in the qualifying round of the fifth annual S80.U0U International Classic at the Flagler Kennel Club on Saturday night All 56 will go to the post in seven differeni races over the 3/8ths mile Hauler Course in launching the grueling competition which will wind up with eight finalists going for $50,000 purse on July 24. Probable earl) favorites in the classy field are Oscar Ever's Bed Tears, John Rush's Miami Beach rack champion ami triple stake winner. Mandarin Vic. and possibly Lawrence B Hughes' Orlando and sarasota star. Miss Whirl Red Tears, the defending Flag ler track champion, was the fa vorue in the finals last year, but was upset on that occasion by Vern Spradling's Max Star Other stars in the International Classic field include Suel's Rose the 1963 winner and leading money winner current l\ active in gl"e\ hound racing; Happy Slut/ \ elo. .•ml Syntax, winners of the las) two B 1 s c n y n e Ml Florida < hampion ships; and (>K Duke's Venerated, the 1964 Biscayne Derbj winner and Miami Beach track recor 1 holder al 3 8 is il .1 mile Sandier Ending PhD Research Carl I. Sandier. m ol Vir Mrs \ Sandier, is compk I PhD research in high energy nu ph> sics .it the 1 r niversit) of California, Lawrence Radiation LaboratoryBerkley. Cal. Sandier will then join the physics stall "f \rgonne National Laboratory in Chicago .is ,i po-; doctoral research associate, where be will continue his stud) in the field oi elemental 1 } particle physics MEET PERFECTIONISTS P P^\; J IN THE CATERING FIELD \^J "T^-v They are unequalled in their profession. %  $ra9 They are CM diUdo's catering staff. They r/h'^3 will make a success of any party.. .a Sf redding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business A /t^li^* rneetm 8 or a social luncheon. They will %i-a\ fr^^ ie va ,rom 20 to 100 d iners th ,lne food s.f^ > ^j]!^ expertly prepared in the dilido's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Teichner at JEfferson 8-0811 for tha best function you've ever hadl KiTCn'1 a.T-a< A 8''km Finvly Er.terprlae OCEANFRONT, COLLINS AVENUE AND UNCOIN NOAD MAIL The World Famous j^ Comes to the aid of the Party Masterfully prepared cuisine and magnificent atmosphere are combined to make any size funcj tion—from an intimate reception to the big wedding of the season — a brilliant success! Every detail is faultlessly attended to by the experienced and dedicated staff. the litile differences' niuke ihe big difference Jacau9t Osiadal J LJ — -^.M) / OCEANFRONT • 45th TO 47th STS. • MIAMI BEACH *• m "rf jgm Ufa. ~ -> For Elegant Functions Ccr-plete Catering Facilities lo that Spe _| Party served in superb fashion setting that i aJ vs>|i reflect yoj' good taste. f ir CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A TStS-a tete or a gala celabralion with 3.SOO BIMStt, DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. 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    ~^ni*F*lrrldiW Page 12-B +Je*>lst> Her Mian Friday. June 11. 19^5 %  •I I 1 1 n \ 1 Thirteen boys and girls have been certified with reading readiness for entrance into the public school system after graduating from the Primary Department of Temple Beth Shirah. Winding up its second successful year of operation, the Nursery-Kinderaarten has been under the direction of Mrs. Jane Schulman, graduate of the School of Education, University of Miami. Mrs. Morton Weinberger has been class teacher. Members of the graduating class include (seated left to riqht) Tracy Coulton, Deborah Liebling, Celia Pearl. Kenneth Schulman, Barbara Sax, Judy Heller, Cindy Cvnamon. Standing tleft to right) are Rabbi Morris Skop, Michcel Raven, Michael Ghezzi. Manfred Rayne, Mrs. Morton Weinberger, teacher. Wayne Berry, Paul Ellins, Kenton Friedman, and Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Discussing the annual baccalaureate service with Dr. Irving Lehrman held last Saturdav morning at Temple Emanu-El are members of the committee. Standinq are Stuart Kap'cn, Jen Kaplan, chairman of the committee, Harvey Insler, Steven Goldstein. Seated are Sandy Rubin, Rabbi Lehrman and Bonnie Cyper.. The service, in honor of the 1965 qraduates of Miami Beach Senior High School, has become a tradition at Temple Emanu-El. Jack D. Gordon, member of \hr Dade County Board of Public Instruction, extended greetings, and representatives of the class participated in the service. Not shown are Alan Rosenstrauch and Mrs. Donald Michnoff, committee membeis. •"^-A^*^****^^^^^^^^^***^,*,^ Alexander's Guest House 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVIUE, N. CAROLINA American PlanStrictly Kosher Planned Activities Locol Ph. JE 10957 Hebrew Acad. Installation Set Combined insi cers "i 1 %  ganization ^< 11 • i Registrations Now Being Accepted Temple Emanu-El DAY CAMP NOW IN ITS EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR June 14 to August 6 Umier the Personal Guidance of Off. IRVING LEMffMAN ana* Direction of Mil TON ftlNSTHH History Instructor Miami Beach Senior High School FREE BUS SERVICE REGISTRATION LIMITED FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2503 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ATHIETICS and SWIMMING SYNAGOGUE CENTERED FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS DRAMATICS-SINGING and DANCING WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE Technion Moves to Lincoln Road American Society for Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, which supports Israel's only technical university, has moved its southern regional office to the One Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach The southern regional office lias been directed by Leo Rutstein for the past five "ears, according to Judge Frederick N Barad Miami Chapter chairman, and Dr Irvine. Lehrman. a founder and member of the national board of the So ciety serving his fifth consecutive term Sydney L. Weintraub, attorney for the Meyer Gold Estate, recent ly turned over to the Society $1 million from the estate for a spe cill protect at Technion in Haifa The following men and women are founders of Technion Mrs Milton Sirfcin, president of the Miami Beach chapter. Women's Division; and Mrs Meyer A. Baskin, re cently installed as president of the South Dade Chapter, as well as Mr and Mrs Maurice Adler. Hen jamin Appel. David Aranow. Meyer A. Baskin. Mrs. Maurice Baskin. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berber. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berhard. Mr and Mrs Ben Blume. Mrs Sorrel Rose Bollet. William Bernstein. Maurice Brams. Shepard Broad. A. L. Casset, Harry L Cooper. Mrs Clara Denner. Miss Ruby Dia mond. Samuel K 1 in a n. Mrs. Frances Entinc. Mr and Mrs. A C. Fine, Morris Franklin, Samuel Friedland. Benjamin Friedman. Mrs. Fannie C. Frommer. Mrs. Louis Glaster, Mrs. Fannie Gold berg. Mrs Jean K Greenspan. Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs Trudy Hamerschiag. Mr and Mrs. Maurice Herts. Isador Hammer. Bernard Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Katzman. Nathan Kushin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lasker. Max h. l^evenson. Adam S. Levy, Morris Levy, Mr ind flyman Lieberman, Mr. in Sam Luby, Mrs Jacob II \; Joe Mechtow. Mr and Mrs N'atl Nash, David Ponve, Mi md Mr> Jack s Popick. Mr. and Mrs cob Itiikm. Leo Robins Rodins, Josi ph Rose, Philip Ro* berg, Mr and Mrs He an wart/. Sam Schwartz Ml ind 1 ia\ H! Sernaker, Jacob 5 r. H Simone Frank Smith Marct Staley. David s Stem Mr Mrs Philip F Thau. Mr and Sol Trachtenberg, Dam-! \ i Mr and MrA I Usl ler \ Volpin, Abe D Waldauer, D< Joseph Weil, Harry Weiss M Jeanette Weiss. Miss E bet /.cutler Underwriters Elect Officers i South Florida Assot iation Health Underwriters, an affiliate oi the International Association ol Health Underwriters has elected the following officers and directors: Richard iv me!. CLU president; Arnold Lazanis. first vice pn dent; Jeffrej Gabor, second vice president; Avi A. Kay, secretarj t tea. surer. Board of din (torsi are \. M S.ibo, Harrj Levy, Sidney Fields, Bernard Landers, Leon Spitzer, CLU, and F Jan Jacobi • 'lairman. Forte Towers Women's Club Forte Towers Women's Social Hub will have a Cabaret Night on June 111, 9 p.m.. at the Barcelona Hotel. Mrs. Gertrude Solomon, president, and Mrs. P. Platt. see rotary, said that the e\ent will be open to members and their guests. V w > % > % r r } r > % % > % BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 4 CAMP AVIR UNDER THE BIG TO? IS LAUNCHED FOR ITS Ifh TEAR GARY CANNER CAMP DIRECTOR REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING JUNE 14th to AUGUST 6th Transportation Available • Bed Cron Swimming Program BOWLING, TENNIS, ARTS & CRAFTS FOR INFORMATION CALl 751-7578 ^OCAIA flits Year tallation for offiPrincipal Rabbi Alexander S. Academj men's orGross will be inel tiling officer, and 1'TA i^ slated for Leonard H o s e n, chairman of the wvwsws'vsAvN~wyvw i i ; m. sohi Board ol Directors, "ill c hair the installs i n cert moi ii Louis Merwitier, civic leader and chairman of the Hebrew Academy building campaign when the new school moved to its present loration three years ago, will be installed for a fourth term as president. Other officers to be installed are Leonard Rosen, chairman, Board ol Directors; Maurice Revitz, chairman, Executive Committee; Jerome Bienenfeld. treasurer, Her man Eisenbery. secretary. Mrs Samuel Rosner will be installed as PTA president. The Academy 60-voice choir, under the direction of Mrs Miriam Donneratag, music director, and Mrs. Edythe Sommer. assistant, will presets! she Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. "The Mikado." Seta for the operetta were made by Mrs Sandra Goldman, Hebrew Academy art director Featured in the presentation will be Larry Genet, the Mikado; Mark Sohtckman, Nanki Poo; Barbara Berfcowitz, Yum Yum; Robert Hemhar.l. Ko Ko: Kenny Sannic Is, Pi h Bah; Jacob Weiss, Pish Tush; Sandra Bhrenreich, Pitti Sini Dahlia Abramowitz, Peep Bo; Kaanaii..;i Swirsky, Katisha IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE COOL 0CAU NATIONAL FOREST UIHC9Q aur 99 Do lr w< "" sk "" B d Hor b k idir JUNt 10 — flUU. it Goll. Tenno Pro. phyticol A ^'^^' vvvs ^'>^^'^^^^rWVWS*WWWW *^>\A^r^^^^^^M* CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROLINA-ln Beaytiful N.C. Mountain Ar.a STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thro 15 BOYS & GIRLS WEIL-ROUNDED PROGRAM J,f iiL | g* f W — 0m *** Operated By MB. ERWIN 8. MARSHALL r>i.ci,.l For Information now, call HI 5-3585 *+**+++++++ ++*++++*++++++**** ,.,.,.,.,.,.,., ? 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    .L1U< oman s "World Alpha Epsilon Phi In National Conference On Beach June 15-21 "eJewisll Floiddian Alpha EpsilM Phi Sorority will |; d its 17th national convention ne 15 to 21 a: the Americana | AEPhi was founded in 1909 Barnard College Planning to at|t also a board member and assistant tria-urer of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Brown is currently serving as i • • co-chairman of the national convention with Mrs. M. I. Luaky. of Nashville, Toon, other national officers to be installed at the convection Bra president. Mrs. WilI. :n Stern; vi.e president in charge of caUtaj*a w, Mrs Samuel Freund: vice pn -.dent in charge i : alumnae, Mrs. Norman Green i (Wj secretary-treasurer, Mi Sara Larare I caJ alumnae will chair many of the eventtaking place during the convention A major highlight will b? the National Par.hellenk cil Luncheon chaired by Mrs. Jean c i. hman. Attending will he local representatives of all national s rori ies. Addressing the group Continued on P*j,e 4-B ;Jm n n n i T r i K A \* U J J n *Y bv 1. 5A BE L G RC V E tmuing their round-the • rid %  >j< TI, Anna Brenner ana Meyers i nchanU d '•>: %  l n enci ore o high tid Wi. an : cold Gratil I % %  • lewish communities of l n and Ai..hl..n i as in ; ..l and Israeli i m n Mi. in aiea" i ii dinner dance mark •• : i .'. • niversary ilr and Mrs Samuel Blank MI; planm I bj -'i it son, tw i h ers and spouses .TO be I d at the FontaineMeau on me 20. h. ting the gala will be and Mrs Jerome Blank, Dr %  Stanley Frehling, Mr '.i i mi r.l Krami r. • e are busy, busy days for rkj Harriet S'ltiin. who will June bride of M. Steph n kman on th • 27th Daughter and Mrs, im Seitiin and uighter of Mrs. Jennie in, the bride-elect was feted 23 at a shower hi sted by %  ge i Rosi i Cohen and Myron i Diane) Sandier %  • off her dark hair in a very red linen suit i h A rs continued on %  .'!• with a luncheon at Kings Bay Countrj club given by Esu.le i.Mrs. James Breslow and Adele M "s Arthur) Langsam Ha: rut very pretU in a yellow ed in ruching, hich or of the setting On Jui ...' fut re bride and black raw >:lk le for the I -h M r at th-. home of Mrs Louis Gilhnan. with Mrs. Ida Cohen, co h %  Conversation piece. the pink bird cages holding up — y s ol sweetheart roses The following day. friends Miss Ann Margulis, Mrs. Robert Kossman an


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    Page 4-3 +Jewlstfk>rk/iar Friday. June II. 1955 Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority's National Convention at Americana June 15-21 Continued from Pago IB I %  utlots for menially retardates jThe other project is the • will be Dr. May A. Branson, dean mnt of a scholarship program for of women at the University of wort hy students. Uiami This will be the second Chairman of the Key to Fashion |ion ^.\ A in this area Luncheon will 1MMrs S. Ronald Pallet. Mrs. Stanley Jones will p..i All P-*—serve achairman of the AquaDOSTOI1 TOpS dade Chairing the Keyed l'p for %  %  %  lAli/fT* What's %  ) Come Luncheon are MrneQlQ Oil ff fVV Howard Hiraeh and Mrs Marvin vvYCG-AM/KM is again bn Zaflk Contorting round table dtaeaMng MUi niilh ,„„.,,.. aS&a^^SftS !" Pops. Arthur 1 ducting, ever) Saturda) "tocal president of the Alumnae *"* 2; at 2 p.m Vasociation, Mrs Robert Werne r, is For the third consei serving as favors chaii inaifFKiime mer, South F1oridian< %  diate past president of the Alum ing this two-hour pro nae Vsso< ation, Mrs Howard K.it unique musical enter! .,.,, ., chairman of publicity, eluding Interviews ol with Mrs Morris Levitt personalities during lh< Alpha Epsilon Phi Sororiti has ns Complete >" %  %  I Z>*2&^^* \ %  ^^^^*3&%8!P<-' '" ^flR • %  nd alunin:. all over the -h KM *:.-r-o ,„ I 'if %  y^-^**V "T^'^^0 1 //' •^:* f T':-. xv ill support I %  • %  i it the Pops 11 right are Mrs. Arthur Gilbert Mrs Stcmy Roth Mis. Robeil Werner Mrs. Albert M )P • on and Mrs. Rich Ihnan preparinq favors for the Alpha Epsilon Sou n rtional convention due here June 15 to I the Americana Hotel. AEPhi Gathering Here to Feature Many Highlights and Prominent Localites the major highli hts I local Miami Alumna.• will %  hon psilon Phi S tj na ored at a reception In the receivconvention will be the Na it line welc 1 1 uests will be ; Panhellenic Council Lunch Mrs Norman Brown chairman of ward Hirsch arc bus> preparing next Wednesday, which has the convention: Mrs Howard Katas •theme itLiving luncheon will be attended by tlu Wumnae Association Mrs Stai l< j Jonas ho as participated water ballets, will coor '.mate an I direct a water show on Fi night. June 1H Participants in the M ater e\ ents will IM' SO e >l the delegates att< the cont tion Mrs Marvin Zank and MrHo Kej to Interfratern ten, immediate past president; and have accepted chairmanship Sun MrRobert Werner, president ol day. June 20 and which has as ittheme. "Keyed Up for What's to Come Ai Phis and representatives of The Greater Miami Alumnae A climaxing a full five days of .,. national sororities Mrs .lean sociatkm, acting as hostess chapbusiness and social events will be ehman, chairman, announces ter, has been preparing for the tnp banquet on Sunday night that assisting her on the commitconvention for many months Dele Theme 1"AEPhi — Our Sororit} to "ill be Mrs. Harold Stone, in gates to the convention ami all j^ ev 0 Better Living." Surprise \ tations; Mrs Sam Klmoff and AF.I'hi's are invited to attend with presentation will be made for out Mrs Jess Splrer, hostess; flower-, their husbands. standing service Stanlej Jonas, and Mrs. on Thursday. June 17. Mrs Local Alumnae attending the H raid Lnger. decorations Ronald Pallot will be chairman convention will be Mesdan ivering the invocation will be of a luncheon which baa as its Charles Pinklestein. Inci Krensky M Howard Kat/en. immediate theme. Key to Fashion." An Sidney Lewis, MornKuternwk. past president of the Alpha Epsilon alumnae of AEPhi, Mrs. Larry Jess Spirer, Bun Levey David Alumnae Association of Great Levme. owner of Young Sophisti Hendel and Al Morrison. ei Miami. Mrs. Abe Goldsmith, re catei shops, is presenting the fashng national president, will welion show. Modeling for the show iiaa D ro a C...L e those attending. will be college .students attending Jpeaa Dr May Brunson, dean of worn the convention. Dr. Mar-hall Jones, chairman of ei at the University of Miami. Aechon, a society within AEPhi dhe University ol Miami Psycholo be guest speaker The beneSorority, will tap new members gy Department, will discuss men diction will be given bj Mrs Rob late Friday night. Women who tal health at a meeting of the % %  Werner, president of the Great have attended three or more con Beth Am Singles on Thursdaj eve ei Miami Alumnae Association. ventmns are eligible for membernum. 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    Friday, June 11. 1965 +Jewl$ti fhrHlcur Paqe 3-B Socialite ... by ^Jsabel Cj Continued from Page 1-B JtldgM for ih* •ilH-rnian Art Memorial Award were laeulu memben of the university's Art Department Additional cause [or t h e Bugi-ne Fleisivhei s. of South Miami, to be proud of their daughter, this is the first time the award has been carried off bj a freshman Program et.,l>lisru*d by William Otx-rman. who ir.-aojrurated sketch clfceeei ;it tin; Lowe (Jailery several season.a*o. • N'iot timing in the Bar Mitzvah eelebra Lions planned for two grandsons of the M a x Apple baums ... On May 29. RaljA Harris son of Mr and Mrs. Alex nnf, marked his observance at Ftagter-Granada The evening reception at the Carillon Ko tt< nded by mam out-of-town friends ..nil relatives, including MiCharles Sher (nee Applehaum I, wlin flew m from Brook i the event Now the Beach grandparents an in lluntington, I. I lure thej will spi 'id most of the summei (in June 19, Howard, son o( Ur and Mrs Sherman Applei .inm. of Huntington, will he Bar Mitzvah with loud grandparents looking on. • ffappf reunions ahead for Mr< Louis Weisaberg and daughter Selma ffchreiber, ol 1606 Baj ltd Six-week vacation trip to Israel, where they'll meet granddaughter Jane Handy Goodman, who has been attending school I lure Also living in Israel are many relatives who will have their first chance to yet acquainted with Selma. visiting for the first time Relaxing summer days ahead for Weslee and Michael Krissel who may do something energetu like travel to Jamaica for a leu week later on just graduated from the University of Miami. Weslee served her teaching Internship at Neva Kmk Coper Elementary School in Homestead Mr and Mrs. Euene Dynner. of Coral ttabtes. in New Haven for son Alan s graduation from Yale Law School Trip next time will be somewhat shorter Alan and wife Nancy will now !>' %  living in Washington, DC Nottingham and sherwixni Forest in England the logical destination tor the Joe Berknns and son Ti id. who are of! for Europe the end i-| this month They're owners of Robin Hood Restaurant, that's why. Ju-i taking time to greet son Sheldon, home from his freshman >< ar at Tulane I where he is a pre 'ned studl ill. Ko/ and Len /.il bert on for ., two-week staj al Osceola Lake inn in Henderson ville Don't warn to miss the 29th summer season opening ol nearby Flat Rock Playhouse op. the 22nd. Florence Pick and Ruth Brotman presented with gold medals at a mu-leal soiree hosted by the Alexander Kenans at their Miami Beach home May 27 Honor marked "contributing to Greater Miami's musical and cultural activities for over 20 years" Among guests were Mana Zucca. internationally known composer and pianist, with husband Irwin Cosset, Argentine pianist Raoui Spivak and wife Louisa. Florence Kutzen. Nico and Nora f-'eldman. Let's Get Together for Lunch Holsum Real Jewish Rye ...and Real Pumpernickel, too rove Aids Yaslo, Cantor and Mi Zvi Adler, Mr and Mrs Paul Preen, Lee Cohen, the Philip Neuwirths, Lcius HObermana This week. Miss Brotman, Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Spivak and Esther Uarrett are a I tending Flor ida State Convention ol M u s 1 c Teachers in Ft. Lauderdale. Home of Edith and Monroe Zipp ringing these days with summer plans being made by members of the family oldest son Robert. Hraduatiny from the University of Miami in June, entering Sears Roebuck executive training program after a vacation in Jamaica Richard expected home on leave from Ft Uelvou Va end ol June Alan gathering material for his second year ol teaching photography at Camp Universe ... A trip to Orlando on the agenda Bur Susan, who'll visit Alan and Sandra I nee Shier Alt.-liuler. her uncle and aunt Temple Beth Am summer program will engage Paul's energies And Edith, our own "Charm ingly Yours'' columnist, recently tapped at the University of Miami Honors Assembly for Phi Lambda Pi. national scholastic honorary, has been appointed to the new Fashion Modeling pro gram at Miami-Dade Junior College Meanwhile. Monroe keeps busy just trying to keep track of the ubiquitous group. Anna Miller Card Party Anna Miller Circle of Miami Beach will hold a card party on Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at the Elk's Lodge, 720 West Ave Funds raise,! will be channeled to 'he Harry Anna Home lor Crippled Children at rinatilla. Fla according to President Mrs William Adelman Tasty Cookies For Entertaining Delicate diminutive cookies, each V ith a dab oi bright berry jam baked into the tender cream cheese dough, may be made for elegant entertaining or tor a special treat for the cookie jar crowd. Raspberry Jam Gems 1' J cups unsifted flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 packages (3-ounce each) cream cheese •-• cup Planters Peanut Oil "4 cup raspberry jam Combine flour, sugar and salt. Cut in cream cheese with pastry blender or 2 knives until it resembles coarse meal. Add Planters Pea. nut Oil and mix until well blended On lightly floured board roll out to -inch thickness Cut with 3-UTCh cookie cutter Place •_• teaspoon raspbowrj jam in center oi each circle Fold and seal edges Place on undressed baking sheets and bake in hot oven 400 deg Iat 1"> minutes or until done M abcul 2 1 dozen MR. AND MRS. ABR&M FOX Foxes to Spend Summer in Israel Abram and Matilda Fox are leaving for Israel where they plan to remain for several months. Residing at Bat Yam. Jabotinsky 20, the couple will hold open bouse throughout the summer for visiting Mia mans. Before their departure. Mr. and Mrs Fox were honored at a testi monial dinner hosted by the Israel Bond office here Participants included leaders of Pioneer Women. Farbaiul. I'oale Zion. and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. KOSHER M0RRIS0IVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL ELI EINBINDER BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Women's League Conducts Course Florida Branch ol National Wo men's League. I nite gue HI ri< .1 held ., le idership tram irsi on June 1 to 3 al the iville Hotel Mrs M the 1 %  %  -1 %  ber presidents and \ 1e pre? idents ing to t h >• N .1 unal Women • League Mrs Lippitz is a meml er ol thi Fxecutie Bo ird ol the N'ati n; I Women s League and the Florida Branch, according to Mrs Harold Reinhard, Florida Branch president. T.* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT De'tvpred An>whtn U.S.A. Bushel $C95 Half MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED INSURED GUARANTIED 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE ttt FM CITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 P.M. DAILY Another outstanding MILK LIMERICK to celebrate... There was a young lady from Cuba Who was too weak to play on the tuba. But after MILK at each meal, Just how did she feel? You can hear her from Miami to Aruba! written by: SIDNEY M. MAJOR (Retired Engineer) who drinks 1 quart of milk a day. •CUTHlAtT 1. I1IK miT.IU'I M'/vC KM



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    *ina 1 A K Paqe 2-B +Je1sfi th>rldlar Friday, June 1] By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Green-Eyed Lovely Fiesta Queen R'S really true u hat they say about B e a u t y Queens. They are blithe and boonie and brilliant, ton. Haze) Cohen la a 'green-eyed beauty and a University of Miami graduating honor student. She ha* been chosen to reign as Quern over the Fifth Annual Royal Poin. ciana Kiest;. apuMOVed by .he Mi ami Beautifieation Committee. I feel like a celebrity taking pctirres in Bay front Park." said Miss Cohen. 'It's a good feeling." Hazel Cohen is accustomed to good feelings. For the past nineteen years, she has lived in the house a; 301 SW 38th Ct. in Miami Her Roots Along with her neighborhood friend*, she has gone from junior hi-,! to high school and to the University. She has belonged t>> Temple Judea and was an advisor for the Temple Youth Group. When her father died six years ago, according to Miss Cohen. "1 had to grow up last She has carefully nourished roots; in hei home, with her younger sister and her mother, she knows lovi and what it means to be a Jewish HI in a Jew ish fa mil) Her mothi r, Mrs. Helen Cohen, is executive secretarj "i Temple Judee Previoua to holding this position, she was super view "t the Nurserj School there •When my father died." said Miss Cohen, "my mother made sure life wasn't changed for my sister and me." The Sorority View At the University of. Miami, Miss Cohen WMS a mathematics major: while h<.minor was Bus sian. She is a past president ol her sorority and was on the Pan hellenic Council. "I found life within a life in my aorority." said Miss Cohen "Sororities are not *triotl\ BO cial. They help a girl develop, introduce her to community service work, and I Ix'lievo e\ < %  "> pil -hould have a chance to belong." Soon Nils* Cohen will be the new in.rh teacher at Coral (..il'les High one thing is certain — none 11 the boys in the class will be distracted from the figures Haael Cohen was crowned Queen Wednesday sight .it Bay fiout Bafldsheli by Circuit court Judge Henrj Balaban, where there was also a special Royal I'oinciana concert by Caesar LaMonaca and the band. While teaching a; Coral Gables HiL'h. *he plans to continue at the university and study for her Master's in math. There are many job Opportunities for math majors today," said Miss Cohen, "but I am not interested in working with computers or machines l want to teach. I'd ratter work with pvople til. III do anything else Temple Beth Am Honors Students Piano Students Give Recital Piano student* of ve a !'< it.. S Jew ish Home for tin A. I Performers hv mded su t. r Btavan Softheh i son. Herbert < %  antor, r. %  Mkrheie Welt, Dannj Najje Cath and Michael tokowitz Tenl.-r OUn, and John, Jj MK heie she ban Theen made for the use of classrooms at Palmetto Elementary School in Kendall. A welcome party will be held ai the home of Mr. and Mrs Rob ert Loeb. 7355 SW 140th Tr on Saturday evening. On the board, serving as com mittee chairmen, are: membership, J. William Baros Jr.: legal. Bernard Mandler: Norman Miller, religious: Dr. Arthur Pearl. Morris Herman. Buddy Yagoda. Mort Woineherger, youth: Sheldon Pailey. Sol Baskin. Men's Club: Mrs. Robert Loeb. women's group; Mrs Bill Parker. Mrs. Renne Steinberg, fund raising; I.eo Martin, and Ben Cohen At regular Friday evening ser vices a Temple Beth Am. all high school graduates of the Temple were honored Special honorees ol the evening were seniors in the Post-Confirm' ation Club, who have completed the 12th grade in ihe religious school. Poel Confirmation club seniors include Mama Orovitz, recent winner ol a Silver Knight Award HI Journalism, David Leopold, for Silver Knight Award in art. Jud Marcus Paul Freeman .lack Gold stein, Jack Gunther, Barbara liar : I son, Sharon Km land. Ted Silver, Muriel Lighl i. luating seniors from local high Schools are .lame* Baiter. Su. sanne Herman, Lain. Berrin, Mer ne Bloeker. Madeline Blum. Tom Cone, Mat Bngel, Robert Paldman, Steve F e r b e r, Barbara Fieri George Fisher. Sandra Fisher. Jeffrey Freeman Fllen GlassOO, Kenneth (iottlieb. Ellen Green, Linda Green. Pamela Grossman. Leslie .losephson. Kathleen J osephson. Jan Kantor, Terry Kellman, Judy Kirk, Dorre Kornberg, Karen Kruglick. Eric Lebowiti (honor mention Silver Knight Award in \r: i, Michael Leone, Gregor> Ix 1 \ me, D a vi il Lei iaon, Marilyn Li ii t Neal hitman. Stephanie Masters, Barbara Pawliger, 9hei lev Perch, Susan Plaks, Andrew Rafkind, Ilene Rapp, Loren II Rap port, Root it.i Re\ itz. K e n n < %  t h i, re e n. Ji rfrej Sallman, liar, kl Sanes Laui a St hv it,E Iward Siden, Jonathon Stein, Marc Weinstein, and N'am • We Hns Pierre Monde Quartet A concert t>> the Pierre Mande strum Quartet will be held al the mi Bi ach Public Librarj And itorium on Thursday, June IT. t P m. Pastrami? SUMMER LUNCHES HAVE KIDS' APPEAL with tasty samdwickes or cold-cuts from KOSHER ZION'S lorje selection, available at your favorite delicatessen or food stores. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. OF CHICAGO US Insp. I Passed Est. IK Distributed by Coastline Provision Co., Inc. SSS Biscoyne St. • M.B. Ph. 538-6231 Herman Kane, Mar. Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Berauce Tetley is bright nnd bracing as the fin" •. %  est tea should I'e-a favorite in Jewish homes since 1887. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT £TLE? QUICK! ...PRONTO! ...SHNELL! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee feels that three languages are better than one for saving that his new pi/za crust mix is very fut and easy to fix. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Cheese Plna Complete in this out package — now easier and quicker to prepare than ever! Just add Water to the new faster-to-fix mix for a tender, crnnehy crust seerytime. Rich, true Italian pi//.i aance seasoned with herbs nnd SBrfcsS.TOBBOd With choice Italian-style cheeses. Have some soon! K on Hie package means Kosher. Certifies) Kosher and Paxve by Rabbi Jacob Cohea ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON At last! A margarine with all three 1. T0Oo DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS HAS REAL OF SWITZERLAND Look for "Sw itzei on Ihe pact or dunk you buy. I you arc rare of getti ig ^ ]i matchless quality and run -like la'am of genuine Swiss ( neese—pn in Switzerland ai dnowhere else! Suil/erluml MsChrrsi



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    1.4 X Page 6-B lelst fk>rkfton Friday. June Group and chapter presidents of Miami Chapter of Hadassah ct recent installation ceremonies in the Everg'-ades Hotel are 'left to right Mesdames Morris Press, Kadimah Group; Fred Stone. Aviva; Maxwell Weisberg, Chai; Louis Kantor, Eleanor Roosevelt; Max Swartz. chapter president; Ephraim Collins, Naomi; Leon Rosott. Menorah; Albert Dubbin, Torch. Charles Cotzin, Tikvah; Philip Botwinik, Chaim Weizmann, Max Churvis, Mt. Scopus. Michener Book Review Mrs Bmford Jacobean will revin\ '"Mil Source." bj James Michener Ear the Emma Lazarus Group "i Hadassali on Monday 12 30 p.m.. at V ton 1 Normandj Dr Mrs Jack U..H-I. in i!'i' -i'l<-nl Beth David Will Amend Dues For Young Marrieds M..\ Silver newly-eJectei dent <>t B**tli David ( BI %  he aMOIld it-nti. this MHinead th;ii ihBoard • •: %  ct. on has paaaad a resolution tng its duo atnicturi the membership <>l jrou ried couples "Itaii ia .i oin ct Sol Landau's emphaats on portaaee <>i i ya> ag u e on in tlu' Jewish family, and I ognition of the ttnam i normal t<> the yeung ire il>." Silver explained In the count ol his k -. ling and spiritual Buid; through thf jwaas, Rabbi L. has touinl thai toe ofti I life people lend lo lad i ... infr granted, wait the; ha\cbaldren who n hgiOUfi Scho >l instruct* UMJ acknowladgi Ma exist :,, i; ihis I n •:, | l •; tl t as I Al recent joint installation of chapter officers and all officers of the 11 groups constituting Miami Chapter of Hadassah in the Everglades Hotel are left to right: Mesdames Henry Paul, •reasurer; Samuel Steinberg, organization vice president; Philip Fine, membership vice president; Joseph Scopp, fund-raising vice president, George Katzman, program vice president; Max Swartz, president; Morris Herman, corresponding secretary; Alvin Burger, recording secretary; Sam Hersehfeld. financial secretary; Eugene Silverstone, education vice president. Not shown is Mis. Morns Lauretz, membership dues secretary. Provision Firm Adds Meat Co. Herman Pearl and Eli fflnbtader, of the N ii m b <• r One Pwvialons party, manufacturen <>t corned beef, tongue and pastrami, have now acquired the Gold* %  ..-• Meal Com pan j oi Miami, and the entire operations have been moved into Number One Proviaiona Comp. ny building al l Alton Rd Mi ami Beach. Number One Provisions Com pi nj is ala i the i xcluaii e di I utor lor Morriaon and Schifl K.. npanj of Bos %  %  Tomas is winner of a Chase Federal Scholarship Award for S2.C00. She ia shown with Harold Ruby left quidance counselor I reach Senior High School, where Aida is it, end George W. Valentine left, vice preside] e Federal Savings and Loan Association. The scholarne allocated at the rate of $500 for each of four college years. Recent winners were Henry Unger. Carol Mitzi nan. James Hauser and Leonard Levy. IT WAS A SMASHING SUCCESS! WHAT WAS? BETTY'S AFFAIR CHANDLER'S Collins Ave:* Miami Beach Now a FIRST in Miami Beach T-BONE STEAKS LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF SUMMER SPECIALS at Summer Prices We've odd.d torn* oM lever.fes to our VARIED MINU. Tenderleiei aoouS e *" DeuWh, Stuffed Cabbagt, Chltk.n Pepnko.n BANQUET FACILITIES Harding Ave. & 95th St., Surfside Plan lo male your n*t banquet. testimonial dinner or ^edd.ng parry YOURS fXCtUSIVElY In the elegance o* CHANDLER'S SUIfilDC < forme-fly Maxim's). Ca'ering Manager It 8-0523. AFFAIR? AT THE EVERGLADES ROOF NATURALLY, DARLING! Social affairs fare better et the Everglades. Weddings. parties, confirmations, club gatherings everything I e Seven supe-b banquet and meeting rooms — even the famous Roofwilhlhe view" I • T-adiiionil food and service, if required I e Special rates for groups over 40 — parking included I C*H our Chtigt d'All tires fCeter -ig Menegir). Fred Schlalry, ffi 9-5461. Soon, deihng, toon. AT THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL BISCAYNE BLVD. AT 3rd STREET T. James Ennn, Mnc Di*. rsi *^. ^ ****. • r THERE ONLY IS ^ ** '**:*• ^9 ONE Vmtainebleau •o • t MAM. •--*kO Can M". LfSTta PALtY BANQUn Ms*fttP; • I'.-.C e-ssi' ON THE OMAN AT *AtH 8TWeT • MIAMI ssBACH, PLA '#tW 00+ W a D the ocean at Biianii beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings • ..ranging from 10 to 1000. OR /n a miaml country club setting <**> Spaciousness b the keynote of your affair amidst the plushncss of the Doral Counuy Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos-r phere of this raaori-eetai* For complete dr tails, please call Mr. David kovac. Direct* oj Food and Beveragt Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600



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    Friday. June 11. 1965 -Jewlst fhridlnn Page 5-A District 5 B'nai B'rith Confab Here The 89th annual convention of District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai B'rith. will be held at the Eden Roc Hotel starting Sundaj even iii!. June 20. 8:30 p.m., and continuing through Wednesday night. June 23. All busines.-. sessions will be held at the hotel. Following District Evaluative and Budget Committee meetings tarly on Sunday, the present Bo;ird of Governors will meet for the last time under President Robert I. Lipton. of Durham. N.C. At this session, two new lodges will be granted provisional charters, including Chesapeake Lodge 2553. of Bowie. Md : and Isadore Gudel>ky Lodge 2549. Silver Spring, Md. The opening session will start at 8:30 p.m., Sunday evening, and feature presentation of a Youth Fellowship Award to District Past President Edward Rosenbium, of Washington, D.C. Newly elected Supreme Lodge President Dr. William A. Wexler, of Savannah, Ga., will make the presentation. Guest speaker will be Richard McCormack, of Washington. D.C, assistant director of the Office of Economic Opportunity Authority which implements the anti poverty program of President Johnson. Women's Anniversary Other special highlights of the convention will feature a joint luncheon of the men and women delegates on Monday. June 21, when Supreme Lodge President 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies ol LETTERS BULLETINS Reproduced en LISTS 1 Bond Paper FORM3 WHIU YOU WAIT REPORTS CONTRACTS 1 Cask t Carry feervinp Miami Sin.-o IMG 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS %  "'65 DODGE" Othr Fine Car $195 M^ Per Day %  %  %  plus Mileage BEN S RENTALS 1451 W. FIAGLEH ^•>Aaia\a\a\A*Aa.aia\ FR 3-0326 i i 4 < SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Years Alto A Complete Insurance Service Altmon Insurance & Reol Estate Inc 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9655 SAMUIL NIIBIRG new president Wexler will speak. On Mondayevening, all delegates will be guests of B'nai B'rith Women. District 5. as they celebrate their 25th anniversary. I Tuesday morning, the men will conduct their annual Yizkor service at 9 a.m.. in memory of all members who have passed away since the 1964 convention This will be led by Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz, Hillel director ot the University of Florida. At the men's luncheon on Tuesday, the annual presentation of awards to outstanding lodges and members will be made by Awards Chairman Jay Markowitz. of Tampa; Joe Hanchrow. of Wilson. N.C. a member of the National Membership Cabinet; and by Executive Secretary Arnold D. Ellison, who will make New York Law To be Challenged Continued from Page 1-A is located. The local school board will be required to buy the bocks' and lend them to the pupils. The state will reimburse local boards up to $10 per pupil at an estimated annual cost of $3,000,000. Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, director of Torah Umesorah, National Society for Hebrew Day Schools, said there was a "terrific shortage" of funds for textbooks for Jewish schools in New York City. He said the new law would benefit all school children. He estimated about 35.000 pupils in Jewish schools in New York City would benefit Rabbi Morris SherIT. executive vice president of the Agudath Israel ot America, said he hoped other states would follow the New York lead. special presentations to retiring National Commissioners. The election of officers for 1965-66 will be held on Wednesday afternoon, at which time Samuel Nieberg, of Coral Gables, will be elevated to the presidency of the district. He will be formally installed at a banquet Wednesday evening by Harry S. Wender, of Washington, D.C, immediate past vice president of the Supreme Lodge. District Grand Lodge 5 is com posed of 115 lodges in Maryland. Virginia. North and South Carolina. Georgia, Florida and the District of Columbia. Its presents male membership of 13.600 is the highest in its 98 year history. Over 250 men delegates are expected to attend the convention Current Officers Current district officers include president. Robert 1 Lipton. of Dur ham. N.C; presidentelect. Samuel Nieberg. Coral Gables; first vice president. Morris H. Price. Baltimore. Md.; second vice president. Joseph H. Hanchrow. Wilson. N.C: treasurer Hy Chambers. Greenville. S.C; and executive secretary. Arnold D. Ellison. Atlanta, Ga. Newh -elected Supreme Lodge vice president, E. Albert Pallot. of Miami, will be toast master for the installation banquet and Jack Jenkins, of Washington. D.C, will also participate. The South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges will act as official host for the convention, and its president, Joseph B. Gorinstein, of Miami Beach, wil 1 welcome all delegates at the Sunday evening opening session. Assisting him as local co-chairman is Eli Hurwiti, Council past president, plus a full committee of local B'nai B'rith leaders. Format of this year's conven tion will concentrate heavilj) on meetings of all District Standing Committees and a full morning devoted to all aspects ol leadership training and devi ment. This session will be conducted by District Past President Man rice Steinberg, of Augusta. (.;. and has been cc < 1 ted ^nder the aegis of National 1 .ograirs Director Herbert S. Levy, of Washington, D.C Concurrent Meeting Meeting concurrent!) wit. the men but in sepaiatc business sessions will be appri ximately 300 -.".omen delegates under the (residency of Mrs Edu..r'r A. Gelfer, : Silver Spring, Md., and coordinated b> Executive Director Mrs. Ruth Goldberg, ol Ettnesda "! of Sav ,'innah. District convention chauman for the men is Eduarc Rosenr'um, of Washington. I) ( and worn 'n's convention chairman ..Mrs Max Kern, of Miami Ik; I JWV Announces Two Scholarships Department of Florida, ir. conjunction with the national offici 1 the J e w i s h War Veterans, announces its 19<>5 national scholarship program, according to Ainslee R. Ferdie. department commander. Named chairman of the Scholar>hip Committee was Miami accountant James Stern. 5820 SW 94th Ave. T w o $2110 scholarships will be awarded on the basis of abih'.y and need to the children or grandohii dren of member-; of the Jewish War Veterans of the I'.S.A. in good standing, and who have bwn a< ccpted for an accredited four-year college or three-year hospital school of nursing as members o; the freshman class entering in thi fall ef 1965. Requests for applic; irons Should bt directed to James Stern or the Department office bj June Li Choi Chapter Party Chai Chapter, B'nai frith mien, will have a card party on I jesday, 8 p.m., at the Atlantis Hotel. AUTHORIZID nun. 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    Friday. June 11. 1965 1 knfsti fhrkttar) Page 15 -\ Rabbi Serves in Dominican Republic By CHAPLAIN (CAPT.) and to counsel with them and i i .i .u .u -*T %  HOWARD M. GRABER Jewish Chaplain with U.S. Army 15th Field Hospital By Special Report Late one Friday night, a non fcwish chaplain woke me and said tore was a Jewish soldier who anted ti> sec me. The hoy was goon a special mission from winch thought he might never return asked me for my blessing and me his parents' address so that Imiii! write to them in case anyBia happened to him •-till don'I know the outcome this secret mission, and I am haunted by the pleading words this young patriotic American. worth being a chaplain just %  of help on an occasion like I travel around Santo Dom I fly my Jewish chaplain on my jeep. Wherever I go, le see that there is a Jewish lain nearby. Even the Domins turn with interest as it es them by on the streets. I been stopped by Jewish pre and had a chance to talk them. Our units are seatthroughout the area, and, Spected, our Jewish boys are read around thinly. n "T pari "i my work here chaplain of the 15th FK Id I visit with the personnel tn keep up their morale ior Home liary Party Miami Beach Auxll oine for the Aged, is hat part? at M on Tuesalso rd 99 \K 1671 '." p m. at > Mrs Meyer Gord m. --< for the afternoon Kuth Miller and .Mrs. Ooasfal _wers \PARTMENTS n ST & COLLINS AVE 915-6326 % OF LEAK? CALM, TOU CONN H repair it or apply one. For free late phone: ROOFING CO. 685-1952 to counsel with 'hem. and I 5erve the wounded and sick I arrange for Catholic and Prof st ant services and contact the unit • h a plains h e n neci ssarj Although l have been able to get in touch with no more than KM) Jewish servicemen in the area. I still feel my presence is neces sary and important, l feel thai it is also good for V e non Jews to see a Jewish chaplain soldiering and roughing it with them. Last week. I had the opportunity of conducting services on the aircraft assault carrier USS Okinawa We had 12 Jewish men and officers at the rtrinyan I will attempt to make it a regular service Bfl long as i am here I went out to the carrier by helicopter. It remains to be seen whether I will also hold a service on the USS Boxer. I have been distributing the Mogen Davids that I received from the National Jewish Welfare Board. Letters are written from my office to the parents of those who ask me to tell their folks that I met them and that they are well. A Small group Of men attend the regular Shabbai services 1 hold here at the 15th Field hospital. I also conducted worship for son,, servicemen at the local sj nagogue one Friday afternoon. Wc join ii in prayt r ith 25 men b< rs of the n\ ilian Jewish commui The sen ici was h.id at i;there is an I ho irs curie %  for civilians Thin, we made a quick da~h hack to our location. as ltifm hours is the tune when sniping is fr< quent. Washington Federal H*S LOTS OF MONEY FOR LOTS (that are improved) If you have the plans for that improved lot about ready...and are wondering aboutfinancing. ..call JE 8-8452 .. .and ask about our Improved Lot Loans WASHINGTON -•FEDERAL • It was through the courtesy of the Marine Corps chaplain that 1 was able to establish contact with Parroquia Israelite, the civilian Jewish community of Santo Dom ingo. The local Synagogue, built by the late Dominican president. Generalissimo Rafael L, Trujillo, who attended services there on occasion and who was very kind to the .lews, is not far from the Ambassador Hotel in the International Zone There are approximately :i() Jewish families in the city now Some of the Jews fled when the revolution staitcd and took refugee in Puerto Rico and other places The remaining Jews are in a vicarious position. Most of those to whom I spoke are intent on leavir.-j as soon as they can liquidate their businesses and dispose of their property. While there is no anti-Semitism in the Dominican Republic, the future of the Jewish community will be uncertain even after normal conditions have been reestablished. I am told that there is bad feeling between the haves and the have-nots. The Jews here. because of their economic pos tion, are among the haves. I would like to visit Sosua. I was told that the .lews in tl • agricultural colony of refugee tiers, which was established 1941). are also shaken up K\ though there is no revolution Sosua, the outcome of the sit tion here will determine their ft also. From what 1 hear, there about 30 Jewish lamilies left Sosua. I am lookiti" forward to ing the religious supplies and fo packages which JWK is sendi for the American Jewish sen i men. The men here certainly v appreciate this type of gift. ft % %  -" ."• H • -. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments ing and heating walk-in closets bathrooms. free central air conditionarge private terraces ... all I "chens and When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscavne Boulevard nghl on E lyne Bay only 3 • in res fro %  imi Beach 'jtes • s vou west to the Airport, south tc dc Am town "i or Key Biscayne and north to 79th Street. .'. ••-• right below the 36th St. expressway which conne r express.-.a,s and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned p.-.vate parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — vaiet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olyvprc-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-hole putting green — boat dock and fish ng p.er — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! 131 only I ^0 I monthly for DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS .-. o Bedroc-" ^c %  PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! 4Wrwk. TOWE RS Rental Apartments ON MSCATNE MY *T N. E. 33r* SI MIAMI, FLMtDA • PH F 3 3183



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    ; %  ra^h' it-. -Jenist norKtian Middy, June 11, iy b; % F tinweather during the pael .c w weeks i> any indication. e for a "long, hot sumi ler." To women this means What am 1 going to ( with "' 141 C .-rater Miami with Its beach. s. swimming pools, tennis court*, oil courses, boating, fishing, and igh humidity, creates man> aiiture problems Bleached hair IUSI be protected, and new hair • -.yles must be designed for our immer outdoor life Mrs. Henrj Caro prefers someling short, casual and easy to eep She wants to enjoj herself i uring the daj and claims t.'iat a ,'s best summertime friend her wig Vftei spending two : three hours in the beaut) sa she w anl h coiffm e to last i least two or three days, so plans hei H lo r aeti> ith round spei ial social en %  thai require professional tyling Since she also wants ti H'IK well-groomed during the evening, she also suggests tin -. %  "[ the THE wiglet is used Imosl ex' i lushel) b) Mi-Dianne i.' son durin {the summer 1 ti nne is a senior al the Univer. v ..! North Carolina, where the i IUCM the v -.1 hern line iservative conformity during te school war The) all wear .line skirts, round collar bious> -. and non-teased fairl) straight air which dues not touch the col.i Dianne Hraa to do a l"t ot dimming, and finds that by letng her hair grow longer the can t it up. top it with a wiglet, %  i look glamorous during th.• vening. when she returns to cole in the tall, where she is tudying to become a physical herapisl she'll revert to shorter hair worn with bangs and .i light flip. Emanuel Pushkin likes the flat look, which is enjoying a re\ ival. A short haircut thai can be eaail) set with a few pineurls ifl her idea oi a |K'rfect sunune. coinfure. When she doet. go to the hairdresser, she prefers a more high styled coiffure Wigs are made to cider for this part of the country, according to Mrs. Walk Fischer In her opinion, anyone who swims must have a wig. "When the weather is so beautiful, it seems a terrible waste to -pend too much time sitting under a dryer She also feekl that there is much room fr individuality :n select itii4 a hair style especially since both Vogue and Harpers Bazaai show many sleek coiffures L4RS. Herbert V'endeland i>< ,wt lieves in being practical No matter what kind of bathing cap she uses, her hair still gets wet; so ?he wan', a coiffure tlial is i.ih and with a h wave which she can comb in it ler s im min She f e e I s that short hair is more j uthfuL and that a cm be styled in a more sophisticated manner for s| ons She does n'l particu larly c a r e for the curl) hair which icoming back into prominence; and she distinctl) dis likes "\ er teased hair, w h i c n takes on a straw-like appearance once the summer is over, and our social season returns to full activity it is fairly tale to predict that Styles will feature sliuhth longer hair in more extreme coiffures, For the summer though, shi rt h.nr seems to be "in." along with a wig or Wlgld on every closet shelf. .lust rememher. the sun IS VICIOUS to your hair and skin, and the) must IKcarefully protected. A \i L: can never really replace a beautiful, shining, healthy head of hair that is becomingly styled /JCongress Women's Board Holds All-Day Brunch Here Tuesday Mrs Harve) E Kramer, outing president Women's Division nerican .1 e w i b Congress was -less to past and present ofers and executive board of the apters n % %  • 11 h Mrs Kramer were •sdames Jack Shapiro Irving iplan, Sj Reese Fan Steinberg m Penchansk) Joseph White. %  rtrude Mogul. Jeanette Stern, Hi rder, Louis ihen Isabelle Slavitl lrvin • n El< .nidi Rosensti in s> I Silvers Ethe Wolk, iner, Royal Jonas Mollie Rudt. I %  rsl Per inrd mem r* wh .icMesdames i plan, pri sident, W i ra %  im. j H uker. fund rais ce prei nl bert Zuckermi ion on and social action i hail n in li tartin pi l man, in Sti inber commission on in%  ational affairs chairman; BelKamen, financial secretar) and easurer; Gertrude Mogue reeding secretary; Isabella Slavstt, rreeponding secretary Board members are Mcsdames Temple Beth Sholem Religious School, Hollywood, sponsored its annual Mother's Day essay contest and program with students submitting essays on "What My Mother Means to Me." First place winner in the junior group was Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Silverman, 2443 Washington St. First place winner in the older group was Rebecca, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Shapiro, 2011 Plunkett St. Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Klier, members of Beth Sholem. make the annual presentation in memory of their mothers. Pictured is Mrs. Klier making the presentations. Judea Men In *Dey of Fun' At Matheson Here Temple Judea men's I I i "Day of Kim" for childrei pi rents at the annual Rehgii school picnic ai Matheson H mock "ii Sunday, Albert .la.ohson. president Men's Club, announces thai the da) featured games for chtl I mo hers and lather-, and a cake baking contest for the ladies HOUSE FOR SALE Reduced from (26,300 lo $23,500 by owner, leaving State. South Miami suburbs. Caravel Home, 4 bedrocms 2 both, central oir, poel. Walk lo 3 school*. Call 271-7412. • ADVANCE Your Hebrew! •FREE, 6 weeks in June & July, in' I No. Miami Beach. ConvcrMtion, | Grammar, etc. SOON TO BEGIN! I | Phone: 624-9719 NOW! | h Golden Peacock Features Finest Signora Johanna N Vilardi, born in Vienna, ian internationally known decorator al the Golden Peacock, interior decorators, of ill Arthur Godfre) Rd Miami Beach C< mil § fr -in one of the oldest itic families of Austria, inhas ii.neled several iimes around the world, acquiring the t. si,and knowledge fundamei to fine international interior dec ling, which has been her pro fession for the past I.'I years Si : n o r a Vilardi's long time ds are found ar wnd the globe She iassociated in business uith Maj. Gen li Sanguan Rojanovong se, personal physician to the Court ol h.oland. whl re v i nora Vilardi will IKguasl during the month ol July i Vilardi openi d the <. Id on Peacock studio recent!) with in r daughti r Ros na AI l he i i 'li Peacock, your Florida llimili maj be 11.1 ned ini i a iia tie pai Use" with buil in fountains, fish ponds and tropical plants Y< ur foyei can be given a touch ol distinction and rlr (i nee with hand paii ti d murals in m the delicate Oriental flavor to the wild african AIM featured are custom dfsigned furniture and draperiea, as well a> the Qneal upholatering. -ST Attractive, Intelligent Widow petite, pleasant, warm personality line background, in SO's, na depen dents, >eks refined balebatish gentle man, similar qualifications. Objec matrimony. Write A.I., Box 2973 Miami 33101. Mast give telephone CANTOR TEACHER I Afe 40. Experienced, good refer| ences, seeks position with coaserI • votive congregation. Small com• munitles welcome. Write C.T., Box I 2973, Miami 33101. I $40.00 WEEK TO START Nice home with family. Coral Cables. 6 Days. Care elderly lady. Live in. Coll between 2 and 4 P.M. References. 6660676 Leonard Sidersky, membership co-chairman: Sylvia Brown, com mission o n community interrelations chairman: Kleanor Rosen stein, rand-raising co-chairman Delegates from the chapters to the Women's Division hoard who attended are Mcsdames Jeanette Stern. Incoming president. Miami Coral Gables Chapter; Samuel Rosenstein, Russel Winer. David I'rrss. Samuel Penchansky, Jeanette Gold Miami-Coral Gables Chapter Attending Irom the Louise Wise chapter were Mesdames Joseph Albuquerque reelected president: Mary S Cohen, executive vice president: Louis Cohen, membership i.' e ores d< 'it. and co-chair • an Mae Gruchow; Sam Herder, fund-raising vice president, and co i hail Ton n ant/.; j iseph White, program \ ice p i Isidore Baum, tn isurer; • %  ..l secretary; i %  %  • elected ing id %  .HI man the four i ns commission on law an I social at tion i-.\ a Blum: c n on Jewish afElizabeth Leibowitz com missions ol community interrelation and commission on Jewish Ai fairs Nats i'tai Also Mesdames Sylvia SUvi reelected president of Justine Chapter and Mrs S\ Reese, nowly-elrcted president ol Biscayne I bapter Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM, I ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST WITH REUBEN GUBERMAN 10-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY; 12:30-1 P.M. 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    Friday, June 11, 1965 +Jelsi> fhrMtHl Paqe 11-3 f% m nii %  Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau ol Jewish Education graduated 24 of its students on May 20 at the community graduation exercises held at Beth David Conqreqation, where graduates were addressed by Shimon Yallon, Consul General of Israel at Atlanta. Seated (left to right) are Judith Cohen, Francine Smith. Heidi Penchansky, Jacqueline Wohlfarth, Ellen Schacter, Ann Steinbeig, Sharon Shavin. Standing (left %  jr S. Rosichan icenter .executive director of the Greater mi Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal, re^^es a silverbound copy of the Szyk Haqgadah from Dr. Irffcig Lehrman, outqoing chairman of the 1965 CJA campaign, atfie iecent Federation annual dinner. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, toast ister of the dinner, looks on. Function was at the new • Greater Miami YM and WHA. %  T t Ir'imer May. past president of the Zionist Organization of ^Bt^nca, turns over a signed Covenant Imani for the Foundaj-lor. of the Jewish National Fund to Jacob C. Fishman as Mrs. ^Pnnan and Zev W. Koqan look on. May was quest speaker a recent luncheon held in Fishman's honor, vice president y-.e Jewish National Fund ol Gn ortei Miami. Sidney Marks Will Speak Before JNF mdation Luncheon Here on June 16 S i .' n p \ Marks, noti "i.illv hunenl Zionist leader, will bo M speakei ;tt tli<' June it> lunch sponsored b\ the Jewish N k.ii F ii n il Foundation :it the • bleau Hot< I lusical program "ill be present%  >) Cantor Herman Qottlk b, ly tenor, accompanied bj Pearl AI hson rorerunner of the event was a fcent luncheon wp.'i men} Zionist Lders oj Unseter Miami paftiei ttlng Jacob C. Fishmin JNF CoonMl vice president and chairman the Zionist luncheon, was honored at the affair. to right) are Zvi Berger, director. Hebrew Hiqh School. Stanley Bilsker, Ruth Liebeskind, Daniel Weiss, Ann Scherr, David Metlika. Henry Issenberg, Lawrence Siegel, Leon Pollack. Brent Pliskin. Joel Penick, Lee Rosenhouse. Charles Belskv. Eli Mizrahi. Nora Feldman. Adrian Pollack. Guy Spiegelman. Selma Schickman, and Rabbi Shimon Azulay, instructor. Royal Hungarian Hosts Beth Moshe Mr ind Mrs Philip Weiss, own : of the Ii"\ ;il Hun; ai ian Ri rani ai 731 Washington Ave.. iitly Ii II s t e il fn' i A mbii i mpait n luncheon for Torah Hat I Sch •enter Residence Hall for mi mbers of Beth Moshe Sis li %  hood. The restaurant and its facilities v i re ii' red b> Mr .urn Mrs \\eiss when Popiel Social Hall ol Beth Moshe Congrega ion was destroyed by fire several weeks ago Participating in the event were \hArthur .1 Brown, chairman M rs Jaj R a n d, president, Mrs Fred Blank. Mrs Burton Martj Martin, Rab R ard M VI an ovitz, Philip Weis and Me Michaels Choi Chapter Party Chai Chapter B'nai B'rlth worn i'ii. will have ;i card party on Tues day. 8 p in at the Atlantis Hotel Bar Association Elects Ferdie Uaslei R Ferdie. ni Coral u tikes, was elect e d i ogional v i i hail man for the nite I st.it1.1 ni ihr Young Law j i Si ction ni the Inl r-An oan B A-ciation at il bienni il meclii in San Juan, P R l-1 i die had sei \ ed a Becreta ol the section ami council ^ oung Law yers beet KM ol I li ter-American Bar tssot iation oontposed ol lawyer undei the .1 i.i 4i) who are members of the •nii.'i: n 1.1 oughoul North .1 I South Ann rica. JWV Ladies Hold Membership Fete June 3 was thr evening when recently signed new members the Ladies' Auxiliarj ol the AI Horrowitz Post, Jewish War Vj erans, were officiallj obligated %  .1 ceremonj ai 1 fii 23 N'E 171s1 St undei I he udanci ent, Mrs ll..: Id 1 hr '1 he follow ing membei s w1 ri l % %  ith -; %  cial 1 VI1 \ Mi ow ii/. Mrs i s-'.eii Mrs .1 Brunner and Mrs R B mohl Vnnoum nade a u June 17 at the t riifii 1 I. Tl Post ins ited members ol the Au liai > in attend it--en ;., 1 •• enn in. June 24 when Lee Station WQAM, will be gut • spea er Qood uWusic is powerfully influential on In pay i n to Fishman, Mot imer May, ZOA president pealed to those attending the .11 [air "to li n r him b> signing the : .Hit till.Hill The Covenant with Mj People is .HI agreement to include %  < be quesl of not 1' -ill-Hi $1,000 to thr Jew 1-I1 National Fund. Stressing the "importance ol the \i-;,inl his readiness "to do whatever possible for its devel >p IDMII and pr< r e s," Fishman il ii la our i" 1, -""l dutj tn see to it thai those who wish to go tn Israel to live are able to do SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusiC STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM -105.1 MC • 160.0 00 WATTS



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    Friday, June 11. 19SS +Jenlsii mhrldHur Page 13-B JQar Biscayne Point Circle, will be Bar Mitzvah at T <• m P 1 6 Menorah on Saturday morning, June 12. Barry graduated from the fifth year of the Elementary Hebrew School of Temple Menorah and alN., attendNautilus .luni :r High. He plays organ with a band. Kiddush will follow services in III.' Social Hall of Temple Mnorah land in the evening, a dinner recepItion in Barry's honor will be held |al the Dora] Beach Hotel David Delman David Joseph, :i of Mr and Ira Philip J. Delman. will be Bar litzvah on Saturday mi rning, June i .it i( mple Beth To* Kiddush kill follow the it remony. 'Now going into the eighth grade West Miami Junior High th< lar \l;.7vu'i plans I %  veterirj medicine. Mark Gerson Satin lay mornin Fun •'.' %  n Mark, son ol Mi md Mrs the French horn in the .school band. is an ao; mplifhed trumpet player, and is also interested in tennis. Attending his Bar Mitzvah from the Miami area Will be his grandparents, Mr and .Mrs. Louis Miller and Mrs. Anna Pearl. trie Plager Andrew Kern r it JAil rid Delman Gary Net/ r \ has been f< a tui recitals and also collects i mps He wi 11 i his R< li Sch i • n Kiddush I i i the • will honor the c Eric Plager i in Saturday rrornin ine 12 at Temi Ei r. of Mr ; MrRichard Plager will be M • % %  I ..... Junior Hish plays pi in i and is an ( nth: K i d (I II h %  '. ill be tendered by Eric's parei ts in Inhonor Steven Pearl On Saturdaj morning. June 12. at Temple Or CHom, Steven, son of Mr and Mrs, Jesse Pearl, will be Bar Mitzvah. Steven is a seventh grader at Rockway Junior High. He plays Martin Hershbein During services Saturday. June 12. at Beth David Synagogue, Martin nnon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein, 1300 svv 24th Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah. Martin is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and has attended Beth David Religious School for six years. He Is interested in football ami baseball. Mr and Mrs. Hershbein are tendering the Kiddush following services and a dinner-reception on Sunday evening at the Waldman Hotel inJwnor ot Martin. Grandparents Mrs. Sadie Pagan and Mrs Gussie Hershbein, of Miami, will attei 'l the celebrations The late Morton Fagan, Martin's grandfather, w irter mem ber oi Beth David i gation m 1924. Gary Neff %  Temple Sinai i June 12, %  n ol Mr an I Mrs Paul Neff, will be liar Mit/-. Gary has just con ?I< te l se\ • nth grade at John F. Kennedy Junioi re he parti .li the ra;ed i course His lavoi ite sp rt is base I all, and he a the accor dion. Stuart Baumel Earlj mi -ning services on Saturdaj June 12, at Youni Israel ol Greater Miami will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart son of Mr. and \ rs • im Baumel, 150 NE 189th Ter Kiddush will follow services. A student in the seventh grade at the Hebrew Academy, the celebrant plays baseball and sings in the choir. A party in hopi r of the Bar Mitzvah will be a 11 e n d e d hv grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz. Convalescent Home In Coral Gables Adds New Wing Coral Gables Convalescent Home, at 7060 SVV 8th St.. Miami, has a new wing completed just a fewweeks ago. according to Ferdinand H. Rosenthal. director of the Home. Designed by architect Irvin Korach, the addition increases the Home's capacity to 74 patients and includes facilities for kosher trays for patients wiio require observance of Jewish dietary laws. A former assistant director of Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland, and director of Jewish Home tor Aged in Pittsburgh, Rosenthal has worked for eighl years toward giving "the best medical care. nursing, recreation and food Of any convalescent home in the area "Most of the patients come to the home, just off Palmetto Express in I ah ut 3 i minuti from the Hi ach, ecause thej 're recommended Physicians 10 like our huh standards of are, r frien Is or rela) ives who h a v e hapi IK re are our most loyal bo st< Rosenthal explain d The Home has a si care of it48 p • add profi ;sionals > the ; .' Lent -1 in c r e a s e s "Families w %  sei d I In ir pj r nts %  want ;h" best and expert the st." stated Rosenthal, "and thai ist what we give th( m *' n -signed o give the impi "that it is an apartment buili although it iall on one flo >r, the new wing idec-mated throughout the hallways and lobby with plant ing arrangements which create a warm atmosphere." knottier unusual feature of the wing is an i n s i d e garden patio. roofed over for protection, but with lame skylights in the ceiling which let natural sunlight into the sitting area DAVID HfCHT David Hecht To Study Law At Miami Un!v. David He. hi. son oi Mr. and 5. [sador Hecht. of 63 K) No I Miami Beach, has returne home here after bein L'nivi a dein finam Rtl) working v h father in the o] i ration ."I....Icr Kenm I Club. enter he Universit) of Miami this fall • i i omplete his educ ati m bj .-' ing la The angular text for CONFIRMATION CLASSCS and Stuay Groups Challenge To CONFIRMANDS An Introduction to Jewish Thinking by ARNOLD JACOB WOLF clothbound $3.75 SCRIBE PUBLICATIONS, Inc. 1133 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10010 1/ cmi0 in Hershbein Clifford Blate ^m Gerson, 900 West Ave.. will I Ba Mitzvah at Temple Nei Taafd. ^ben attends Temple Ner Tarn pgums School and is an eighth student at Miami Military ^Imy. Buncheon will follow services Andrew Kern ^f Mitzvah of Andrew, son of ind Mrs. Herbert Kern, will lehrated at the Mincha serSaturday, June 12, at Tern Hmanu-El. %  dri'u has completed eighth Bat i la M Fi-h. Junior H as a me iber ol the StuIOUIM il and on I he Honor Roll member of I lunior Hon^fc.it\. has received awards in •.vBi!' .md ia mei f the ,i ennis Club. I fin. it; r ; Met f Miami Bi |v T, w ill atHt>> i ^B i .mi will '>,' honored at B< Clifford Blate k^LV on B^ at Temple J idea will ini Bar Mil • %  ih A I lifl i I pn ui Mr and Mrs Herbert Bi is a seventh grade stu al Ponce Junior High and %  ipates in school athletics. He seth Israel foundbreaking !•-• Ih Israel Congregation, t US Id Ave in conjuncti n with its anniversary, will hold groundting ceremonies for in • new on Tuesda} al n a.m. i ony will imti ite ret on t" ue Many r dignitj



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    Fcge 8-3 +Je*lst> HcrHlar Friday, June 11, 1965 We the Women BOBBY WOMAN OF THE WEEK Barbara Brown, affectionately known as Bobby, is one of the rarities of Miami, a native Daughter ot oiu timers Ann and Morry Koven, she went to Shenendoah Elementary School, as well as Shcnetuioah Junior High, Miami High and the University of Miami. She was confirmed at Temple Israel She met her future husband. Norman, in her freshman year at college. Barbara was active in Panhellenic as president of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. as well as being Carnival Queen and writing for Uie Year Book. After her junior year at the university. Barbara got married; but she did not go back to college to get her degree. Her major was zoology, and she had a thing about being a research technician, but decided that it was time to start a family instead. They did. The family is Paul, who is 17 and plays the guitar; and Tim. who was just Bar Mitzvah and plays the piano. They have fun performing on their instruments together, and sometimes Bobby joins Tim in a piano duet. The usual ITA bit including Room Mother. Cub Scout Den Mother and car pool are now delegated to Bobby's past. Bobby has been active In cedars ot Lebanon Women's Auxiliary, having held various chairmanships As president of the local Alpha Fpsilon Phi Alumnae of Greater Miami, she was thrust into sorority with a bang, She went to the Sun Valley national convention, but instead of c< ming home wiih a sun tan. she came ba.k as a National Province director Next week she eo-chairs the 17th national convention ot AKl'hi at the Americana Hi lei The ni^h: of the ing banquet, .-he will be installed as national vice president Besides being advisor to Alpha Eta Chapter at the univer*itv. Bobby Ls a member of the new group, the WomenGuild of the University Ol Miami, which stimulates or re kindles interest in the university and fosters pride in it> achievements For hobbies. Bobby knits and paints in Oils She sayshe doesn't show or sell, but paints solely for her own enjoyment and to hang the paintings on her Own four walls — a goal many more of our home painters might well ado,)' Television is not a "must'' in the Brown household, but stereo is. with ever>one contributing his own favorite rev••:The l>oys and Bo! by join in Norman's hobby, golf; and at the moment the youngest, Tim. seems to be playing the best game. Bobby is a quiet, softspoken person Her friend from early school days are still friends because l.i good friend in the truest sense of the word. The i>oni< of friendship exist not only in sorority, but with all the peopLwith whom Bobby comes into contact The Greater Miami Alumnae Association is justly proud to Inrepresent .• I on National Alpha Kpsilon Phi by One of its fa vor:'" -oror-.. Bobby Brown GRAND 1044-46 ALTON RD I0PEMNG (NEXT TO FOOD FAIR) FREE PARKING IN REAR TROPICAL LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING sinm stc Mcn't Suits ,.. Ha l %  #' Orttltl lie Sntrt Gicmtnlt 4Jc 25c WASH 10c DRY AAA COIN LAUNDRY MAYTAG 71 WASHING MACHINES 12 DRYERS Open 1 24 HOURS ABBEY'S BEAUTY SALON Air Conditioned A TV HAIR STYLING Featuring MR. GOROONl [Nationally Known Hairj Stylist t Teacher • Haircut l.bOl • Shampoo A Set 1.991 • Permanent* 4.SO l| up complete FREE • 25 c WASH • EM WITH $7 ORT CKANING in Cain laundry Finkel, Ickovitz Exchange Vows Following a European hone} moon tht lortner Cel a Ickovitz and Capt. Robert E. Finkel plan to liv. in Madrid, Spain. The couple were united in mai riage on .Sunday evening. June 6. at Temple Beth Am with Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard officiating 1 he ceremony was followed b) a reception in the officers Club. Homestead Air Force BACK For the nuptials, the bride se lected a gown Styled with sheath >kirt and train of silk peau de BOle and a 1dice attending Dade Junior Col lege She is a former Delta Airlines stew ardeas The bridegroom ian alumnus oi Miami Beach High, University <>t Miami and the university's School il Medicine lii' i^ the son oi Mr-. Leatrice lleman, 2951 s\\ :wth it and Ellis Handleman, Washington, D.C His grand mo her, Mrs Charles Traub, of Baltimore, \l Miami Senior High and attei the I'niversity of Miami Mr. Hocb f e l s e n, son oi Mr Mrs. Herbert EfOcbfeben, i: \F !i8th St., is a graduate of v Miami Senior High, attended 'he I'niversity of Miami, and Is a ner in the printing firm Qualm Press. HIS. HKKOID HOCHHISIH Polansky Again Elected President Handy I'olansky. of Rand} lansk) Advertising Specialtie been reeh eted president Cleaning-Laundry I Storage ; i 1201 -20th Straw? < JE 8-6104



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    Friday, June 11. 1965 +Jd*ist) IhrMlnr **oqe 5-B I-I ...<^fboi4t / He .. bus) li ... ng the unclaimed golf trophies Sally .. Drucker spent the aftern grandson, Jonathan, son ol Shelley and R< Drucker. Lil 'Mrs. Lou Lubin, Gra< < Mi Benin i Pallant and Nathalie Mrs. Lei nard I gerl wen part i i thai new Pam gar p The Bowelej Poker Club spent the weekend at the Diploma) too They did mor< swimming than golf, They awarded bowling trophies it stead "I poker chips. Among their mem!', rs vrer Jackie and Bait Cohen. Marlene and Bemie Ep worth, Harriet and Stewart Pearlman, Sandy an1 Berme Goldstein, and Sandy and Jack Nlesei baum Poolside at the Diplomat East. Molly an William Altman were counting the ciUorituthey had seen, including Lloyd Bridge.. Sailing to Nassau and Lucaya on the Franc > C were Judge Donald Barmack and Carolyn, Dr Robert and Sylvia Trope, and Jean and David Mi ler. They saw Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segal. Mr an Mrs Stewart Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lav rence. who were also out of the country for th weekend. The Florida Keys also had their sh, weekenders The Sam Kanners and the Mo Greenwoods were at the Buccaneer, while the A exander Rubins and their visiting son and his wit set out for the Keys — destination unknown Helen and Sy Somerstein and Lolly and Paul Shiekman. with their assortment of seven chi dren. spent the weekend at the Coral Reef Yach Club in I'pper Key Largo. Hilda and Alfred We. blow, Grace and Tom Taylor, and Birdie and B. J. Wagner were at the Coral Reef, too Frances Lehmar New Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt (second from left) and incumbent Miami Beach City Councilman Malvin Enqland•: second horn right) are congratulated upon their election to office by Herman Pearl (right) and Eli Einbinder (left), of Number One Provision Company. Congratulations were offered t City Hall, with the presentation of a huge salami to the victors. Number One Provision, at 1 Alton Rd.. is the distributor %  o re of Morrison and Schiff Kosher Food Products of Boston. Social Club Planning Cruise Miami Friendly Social Club will celebrate Father's Day with a Dreamboat cruise, leaving from pier 8 at 2 p.m.. on Sunday. Th OS e needing transportation will meet at Beth El Congrega tion. 500 SW 17t.h Ave. at 1 p.m. in charge of refreshments are Mrs. Joseph Braff, Mrs. M. Stieg litz and Mrs. Sam Weiss On Sunday, June 20, the club has scheduled a picnic at Crandon Park, starting at 10 a.m. Transportation is available at Beth El at 9.30 a.m. Serving on the Arrangements Committee are Joseph Braff. Sam Weiss and Jack Freund. The club celebrated the 17th anniversary of the State of Israel by planting 10 trees in Israel Club president is Max Garshag PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through the representa'ive of THE JEWISH AGENCY, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg Miami Beach, Room 205 SUNDAY, JUNE 20th and MONDAY, JUNE 21st Telephone for Appointment 532-1707 *^*^^^'W^>^**A^^*^^^AA^A>^^^^^^^^^V^^WWW WW"-< LOUIS MEYERS mt What 1 would do to see your smile To sit and talk with you awhile Wonder why you had to die — Without a chance to say goodbye? n Memory of M> Beloved Husband s Fifth Anniversary in Heaven. Gertrude Meyers CHAIM WEIZMANN BRANCH OF FARBAND and ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE announces MEMORIAL SERVICES IRVING M. SACHS Devoted, dedicated Vice-Chairman, One of the Founders of the Chaim Weizmann Branch, and Vice-President of Histadrut to be held SUNDAY, JUNE 13 at 8 P.M. at Washington Federal Bank Auditorium 1234 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Participating Orgoniiationt: All FARBAND l.Z.0. BRANCHES JEWISH FEDERATION POALE ZI0N BONDS FOR ISRAEl PIONEER WOMEN'S COUNCIL JEWISH NATIONAL FUND the best recipe 3^^ tor lr r*s\ folks ^ newly 1 x ^E7 • moved to GREATER MIAMI Tike one phone call (or coupon below), add hostess with baskets of gifts and information about tha city, stir in genuine hospitality, and you'll have a generous and delightful welcome. Just phont | WeleomeNpSjYagori HI 8-4994 THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO THE Ground-Breaking Ceremonies OF THE NEW KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1965, at 11 A.M. An Interesting Program Is Arranged For Your Pleasure WO.COM NfWCONUSI Urn thit coupoa to li ui ku* yw M Iwrt. NMM AM mi .—— City Please have the Welcome Waqon Hostess call on me. I would like to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., M.P.0. Box 2973, Miami, Fla. PRINCIPAL-TEACHER WANTED FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 25 HOUR WEEK QUALIFIED RETIREE IS ELIGIBLE Foi Yeai Starting August 15, 1965 Write, Stating Qualifications, Background, and Experience. P.T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101



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    %  _'~~~ 1 A D Paqe 6-A +klst Fkricfian Friday. June 11, 1955 Beth Torah Opens 25th Anniversary Celebration lo Begin With This Banquet Here Sunday Evening FOR RUATIO STORKS Hut Beth 1 %  >• an• ; S \,im i : Bi Sui in the Beth 1 %  .1 Hall. i '•. • : • : %  %  %  _•.,.in l! v ill be honu PAGt 7-A; 13-A %  e ceased rt'olli lec< -, Joseph Schmier, R thai Snei h r Th [or Decem' '' g ,i %  .. lim are Stanl I ,r Gittelson, Ju—. BETH TORAH CONGREGATION AT 1051 NO. MIAMI BEACH BLVD. lius i Mr. and Mrs Joel %  %  rer Mrs \ an Kaul \|i i heo lore Klametz Mi Mrs Irvi m New man, Mr md Mrs lo SM hi ii. : \li .1 c roi Rich Stein. A QUARTER-CENTURY OF SERVICE TO COMMUNITY From Monticello to No. Miami Beach SNUDM RtV. KA1Z < iring tle Sunday celebration. • %  i to be hon >red are "founding iers" of she congregation, ini u ling Ben Genabaft, D. Berkow. Jules Klion, A. GouistBin. Joseph KJII.H I -r, Aaron Siegel (de Jake 1'litt. l Levanthai, Morris DarJof. H. Schneider im Pollack, Ellas Pollack, j %  -. -d), L KapB Finkelstein, Jacob Pinskj 6iml \. Sot kolofl I man J. Berman, H. liosko\ ; istus. will launch the < full year of ai i %  %  ns, dim N I ; ii slimonial in I* n v ol all i %  i hi -< %  are Res [< man in n r Snyder, Harold Brown, A congregation must have a quorum oi U n male worshippers, an.I ii was with iu.-t nine others that Rev. Jacob Kat/ joined a quartr <>f ;i ientur> ago. in into torga the iir.-t synagogue in the North Dade area, called Conlation "i liontkebV) Park. The first name was chosen i>' cause the founders were mostly hotel owners from Monticello. NY. who made Florida their winter heme and who felt the need for a Hauae a* Worship. Be\ Kate whu was. and is a shoahat, was stwaan u presidea! and spiritual leader, and a -mall 18-fi. by 3611. white clapboard building, one oi the few in the entii as erected on w lial is now the site ol the huge 163rd St. S : • i 1 1 --. %  MrJowife of and other in-l iw "i Re< tCatz, the W men \ ixiliarj was named in her mem,,r> Tv o ;-<-.rlater, the bris of • Katz, -"ii "i Re* and MrKatz, w; the first to be I in the community. Inci w ill !>.• married this Ann nd a total yi irl) budge) ol the congregation ,,f $100 in 1945, stand in marked contra;! to the quarter "f a million dollar operational budget i I the synagogue today. A major step forv ard in the congregation's history was the deeding of its present land of three acres h> the Sullivan C"ii n t j Development Corporation in 1MB. Aaron Siegel, now deceased, was the fir-t president of the corporation. In the following year High Huh Da) sci \ liewere held, and a school pasgraoi was inaugural ed for [out miland one boy. Spiritual leaders oi the congregation in the peal years included Bat hi Boris Itackoviky. who now serves as HiUcI director in Australia, and whose father is Rabbi Joseph Kackovaky, spiritual leader oi Beth Tfilah Congrega lion on Miami Beaoh His ICC* BOOT was Rabbi Abu AivhileHure Is Acclaimed i: ; i Torah Congregation, at 1051 No Miami B e a c h HUM lg one "i the most unique s y n a | u e ar< hiteel throughout the nation. Striking in its modern design, and with no compi omise >>i it es sentiallj -;m n\i..l and cultural purpose, r>. th i orah has been the subject of many articl< numerous architectural and art magazines throughout the coun try. Erected in I960, it consists e follow ing facilities • \ sanctuary, J< worshippi • \ Social Hall, seating an additional 800 people • A Daily < hapel, accommo dating 100 u orshirx rs • Also lounges, Rabbi's Stud) kiti hen stage and d r e ss i n g rooms 11 • Betl School Building consists ol 16 air-conditioned classrooms a Youth and Hall with seating for 250, meeting rooms, library, education directoi oit.ee. and gener al business office. Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste ham Levitan and, latar, Rabbi i-..a. U rer, under whose Owe year leadership, the congregation made giant strides By 1958-, the need for a new building to replace [he smeller synagogue and seh-M.I structuri was recognised. lir Max A Lipsehitz, oi Beth Israel Center lit lladiaon, Wiac., for ii' years, assumed the %  oiritual leadership of the congregation. Subs quently one <>i iiniquelj designed j buildings in the Soutl room school w e :• e i Architect for the bmJ I'lnlip I'e.niin.iii \:.d with HUM d e nostalgia and regret oi the congregation w to Beth Tacah, tin S the Law. *v %  orsmanrttB Open 1 30 parkway Open 6:45* VADIOTS CIRCL£ OF LOW with JANE FONDA as the 'Wife'. Ui'M*COlO : WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BIST PICTURt RIX HARRISON, B£ST ACTO* CtOROl CUKCR, BIST DIRICTOR '' AUDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON. TKHNicoio** SjtcurieiAvisKM* t no* l>tl wot PJI LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 2 noi EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFORMANCES '.• %  %  • %  %  • & Hoi S? 75 $3 50 $J 50 3.00 3.75 2 50 PRICE SCALE J ORCHESTRA IOOE PERFORMANCES AT 7 P M MATINEES • 8 30 P M EVENINGS SOX OFFICE OPEN 10 30 to 9 30 I SilllLlliHT HIIIIF DINNtR-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining V th* SI 'AMUR I.OINdK for a breathtaking view Rafael Porras on Accordion No Cover, No Minimum DORM on the ocean .it 48th Street. Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE2-3600



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    Friday. June 11. 1965 • JenIs* ihvMfar. Page 9-B Lcis Getz.ek Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Milton 1! Feldman, 1,1 M \-.v Coral Gables, IIM ed l.he erga.^i meat of l f d tughfer, !. is Jean Getzlek, i Dr ... :. me 'Hi., future ri legroom is he son '' Mr ..i: i Mi I.I ster Shapiro 1330 Cons lata Ave (oral Cables. MM MARLINE DRANOW Mariene Dranow, Burton Ersoff Engaged Here Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dranow, 1847 SW 15th .-... announce the engagement of the::daughter, Mariene !!'>-• to Burton A. Ersoff, son of MrRhca Ersofl and the late Nathan Ersoff. The future bride i> a gr iduate cf Miami S nior High, where sh' served as secretary of the C.B.K. Club, she is presently employed at the Firs National Bank of Miami. Mr. Ersoff, also a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended the l'niversit> of Miami He plans to attend Pennsylvania State College of Optometry in the fall. Pelunis, Meyer Eye Sept. 11 Rites Mr and Ml A. D. Pelunis. of ?haker Heights, 0., announce (he engagement of their daughter. Diie a >< %  .. t i M.ciiael Meyer, ol Ircinnati, < So, son if Mr and MrMoses Meyer, of 6251 SW 24th St., M The bride-elect is attending the University of Cincinnati. Her fiance is a graduate of she University of Miami and received his Master's degree at Columbia University. The couple plan a Sept. 11 wedding. Irving Sachs To be Eulogized At Farband Meet Chair WeizmaiUI Branch ot Farband. together with the Israel Histadrut Committee, will conduct )a memoi-Kd meeting fcr Irving M. Sachs. I.iti vice chairman of the Chaim Weizmanh Branch of Farband and vice president of Israel Histadrut Committee, on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Auditorium. ;?34 Washington Ave. One ol the founders of the Chaim Weiimann Branch of Farband. Mr Sachs ; %  a volunteer worker in all branches of the Zionist move ment and active in the Combined Jewish A; peal. Repn sea rath es fi >m the follow oi gai tions have been invited tttend t.-iceremonj Farbant Branch •%, .Jewish Fed eration. Pcale Zion, Bonds for Is rael, Jewish Motional Fund, and Pioneer '•'• omen's Council. r% ''h Suatss'u. > fiTRIM iB& ,;TEEN Emanu-EI Camp Opens Monday Temple Emanu-EI Day Camp, now in its eighth consecutive year, will open on Monday. Milton Feinetein, camp director, announced. The Summer Day Camp, under the persona] supervision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, is synagogue-centered and places special emphasis on programming with Jewish cultural and spiritual content. In addition, a well-rounded sports and athletic program will be featured together with field trips, dramatics, singing and dancing. Bus transp rtation is provided to and from camp Registrations are b >ing accepted in the Temple offi .. %  at 17"! Washington Ave i ncn AND %  *! rnniin' *' M I' 1 *' • MJUML' ... ,. ,, • A" \* m. Bac-> • On", WU'*'S->I M9ll t tBtw-.nji a HiiiionOli.i' N#a,i" Spa Ft ccro'tf at ft I wrif IARR> PJSKOW S NM HARBOR ISlMOiFfl 'Jfi StrtH %  -. *J %  t 751-7561 Tup Air-Cond'tiontd Waldman HOTEL m iuvi5o USY Officers To be Installed The following B'nai Raphael L'SY officers will be installed during Friday evening services Senior USY — Arlene Zuckerman. president; Joan Fandler. Ann Lerner, Larry Aram, vice preside ts; Mary Ann Miller. Claudia I ..me. secretaries; Roberta Brandon, treasurer. Junior USY — Stanley Elbrand, president; Andrea Brandon, (.'her yl Duke. Philip Lotchick. vice presidents. Debbie Greenberg, randy Nederer, secretaries; Linda Pinna, treasurer. FEW CHOICE CABANAS AVAILABLE JUNE 29 to SEPT. 6 • DRESSING ROOM • HOT l COLD SHOWERS • PRIVATE BEACH • POOL TELEPHONE • SNACK BAR •• ACCOMMODATES 6 Phone JE 8-5731 ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET, MIAMI BEACH It's coffee and box luncheon time for Greater Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Women's annual workshop held last week at Temple Israel. Pouring for her officers is Mrs. William I. Brenner, Greater Miami Section president. Left to right (rear) are Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, vice president ways and means; Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, recording secretary. Left to right (front row) are Mrs. Brenner, Mrs. Harry Orleans, vice president, community services; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. vice president, administration; Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. financial secretary; Mrs. Irving Wexler, vice president, public affairs. Memorial Plaques To be Dedicated Dedication of 22 memorial plaques will take place on Sunday. 2 p.m.. in the Chapel of Flagli r Granada Jewish Center. Assisting Rabbi David Rosenfeld will be Cantor George Goldberg, Beniamin Jonas, president of Flag ler-Granada Jewish Center. Barry Clein, Haiold Strumpf and Robert Brown, of the Religious Activities Committee. Or Olom Ladies Feature Report Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, .June 17. at the Temple. The program will be based on a report on the recent conference held in Jacksonville of the Florida Branch of the .National Women's League of L' n i t e d Synagogue of America The report will be presented in the form of an original musical skit written and directed by Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan. featuring delegates from Temple Or Olom. Included are the Mesdamos Gerald Schwartz. Murray Kaye. Chick Gi/odman, William Seidman. Emr> Green, Lawrence Wulkin and M urra y Rosenberg. Musical accompaniment will be provided by Mrs Harold Robin. Mrs Mm ray Rosenberg is president of Sisterhood. Rabbi Samuel April is spiritual leader of the congregation, Mrs. Irving Cooperman and Jack Berman are co-chairmen of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. convention scheduled this weekend at the DiLido Hotel. Among highlights will be the presentation of a nurses scholarship tc a student in Jackson Memorial Hospital. (See story, Page 3-A.) Daytona Names Rassco Leaders Asst. State Atty. To be Speaker Assistant state Attorney II Paul Baker will be guest speaker at the regular weekly dinner meeting of the North Shore Optimist Club of Miami Beach on Tuesday at Chain! lers Restaurant starting at 7 p.m. Baker, who is chief prosecutor. Division A. of the Criminal Court ot Record, will speak on the increase ol sex crimes. A reception was held recently at the Daytona Riviera Resort Motel in Daytona Beach, when Mr and Mrs Louis P. 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    Page 14-B Page 2-A +Jel$l> ftcridlari Friday. June 1., \KA 1 ti o I \ > f Conference Studies Strength Left to right are Dr. Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, and Richard Sneider, reelected president last week, planning the congregation's 25th anniversary, which begins with a Silver Anniversary banguet Sunday evening at Beth Torah. (See related stories, page 6-7-A; 13-A. Cantor Yigoda Is Engaged By Cohen Synagogue TORAH DIDICATION ...PC 14-A .";!("(>(' Cohen, president ol the >b C < "' %  munitj S i announces th< • the w orld renowned Ca ii! \ i. oda of Mew York i .• chief cantor <>l the sj i N i 66 tor Vifjod; recoi i an I ted world* Cai a v ill begin his fen with the Selichof si r\ ice and ti during the High Holy The Jacob C Cohen Community Syi igogue bus announced plans for :ii>o additional seats to be ready for the High Holy days The congregation will scat i.ooo men and women in the main auditorium. 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Continued from Page 1-A fund was pi vided bj the oewlj es tabltehed Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture Till other MO.000 is to be subscribed by organisations participating in the World Conference on Jewish Education, Thi"etas* wdrleifig links" be wren Arab repreSMitatires, and %  nti-Semitic groups in western Bui spe was discussed ai the opening \ report was presented iiy Dr Stephen .1 Roth. Buropean %  in.tor of the World Jewish Congress Me told bh€ session th;u .inn .lev ish a< livith s in Europe spcre being conducted bj Arab dip lomatic representatives. Arab eague officials and Arab student, ,1 many Euro p e an universities He reported that, among the four Bvroptan offices of the Arab League, the one in Bonn was "particularly involved in promoting anti-Jewish propaganda." Information bulletins published and distributed by the Bonn Arab League office quoted at length "from anti-Jewish articles from the West German neo-Naii press." The session also was told that Dr Hassan Awal Sakoussa, director ol the Bonn Ar.iii League office was "t frequent contrll uloi ol oners lo m o-Nazi and i ti i mist periodicals" and that he man.' i 11 rking contacts with leading figures in the German neo\ .• : %  CO JO also reportid that the other European Arab !.( ague offic s, in London, Home and G< net a, focused on ant Israel avl ften their line between aim Israel and ant: Jewish themes was indistingutsh The < onfi rence i losed w ith an .,. to .ii i ish 'whether members of COJO or not, to retrain from intervening In the affairs of J ew i h communities in other countries unless united to d a so The resolution Brged orluxations active in the international field 'lo respect the au tonomy and authority, of retire sentatives Jewish groups "eompetent to conduct their own affairs." The resolution was approved in response to a plea by representatives of DAIA, the representative agency of Argentine Jewry, who criticlied "the intensive actions of American oro^niiations without prior discussion or clearance with the representative body of Argentine Jewry." The resolution noted that Argon tine Jewry had been troubled by eo Nazi movei eats an Jewish group: not to "excepl when there is tentative bodj i r sud i i n deprived 11 the -I eak and act CELEBRATE ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY. 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    £ Friday. June 11, 1965 Li LEGAL NOTICE I'll CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND •OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,N CHANCERY No. 65C 5301 KK OK COM.MERI I:. ., \. y,, lr \ uiti inn, I I'l.iinl Iff, \ I \l.l' \ DAL1 v and l M IN \.\ M LEY, IIIM H I '.-1. n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION no.\ VLI> \ O.VI.LY and I M l.N \\\ M I • V LEY. h| M ... 1 I %  %  •-. nee \ > •• Linden \ J % VKK IIKKEKY v ITIKIKD thai In lo • mm II--.IL:. ... |and |>< i nonal |n opei Ij ha I., en %  I,. ....., ,, I. Plaint ii. .|..I-I \ Rnughl to hifore! IH follows: i ..|.i eh* vv. .-i in t,. t ,.f IKED PI, \T OP \ v VCRI.X, .,.-. anK I" I'"I'lal thereof, i et-ordIn I'lal 1 1• • %  ..ill' in-'il of the Mi>H rda nf 11.ui. County li.l.i ARK REQI'IRBD to -. %  ... %  • answer i r other pleadllalutlff'a viii.in.\. MALCOLM kUKDM VN LT. s.. urltj Ti :-i M, 119 Raal Fini-l, i Rtrc-Pt, Ml:. Klorlda, and MI. thi original • •I• i>l the I. ik of the above • %  TI oik before the '-".'ml IIMV of default I.I which thikin I ill li. taken %  confi used II >ou fur the nil. i r. qui ed ji.iii .. .ri. |.|.. i M i and pleadlng-a {Kl> 'Ml13th daj ..i Mas I9j II I.I.V rHHRM v\ clerk I ih.('In mi i •,.nri of Kloiida H) '' f' COPELAND : %  ny Clerk %  '• :'i-2s. 4-ii 3TICE BY PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •NTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF JRIDA IN AND FOR DADE fOUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 5*47 IKI. \\ ISA ISLE y, pi \ 1 v r MSI.KV ii'.l.ui' SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 VIA II MSI KY 'VII IRUINI \ 11 VISLEY re I Hill of I • ns in H ^B %  I I M:I i:s vKKI.I.Y +Jen>l*t< nkrH/sr Paqe 15 3 AM0W LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist fh irSdliain solicits your legal noticM. W appreciate your patronage and guarant** accurate service at legal rate* Dial II. 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66911. A IN RK Kstati nlll ISKPH Cl'TLER I i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII i .... 11 ....... %  • Vou are hereli • %  H I'l Tl.l thi i '..ui • i ..i.i. K %  '. Stai it, • i.n S Ird IIB I iffh fourth LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66465-B IN IllHi ill. ITIIV K< "PLIK -.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tii AII I VIM 1 I %  %  %  %  Vou ll \ .-I] Mi:. I %  %  i Kopllk ticI-..I. I'I ludici s of 11 '01111 ami In ilu %  !•' %  Sl-Cl SI a I ut I • i i • • in • Ii" PlnrNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< 'TI' i: IS HERK1H lilVEN 111; %  %  i %  Tin-: 'i:i: VTIV B (iRoi'P | i-ard Mian I inter aaid i I. i k nf thi 'in nit II %  INTER-AMERICAN >.\l Ml 'Nil 'ATll INS, IN'' is> i;-—• ii .-. %  -i. i. ni IRV.INli i • Y PEN I. \ vv i I|--|-|I i;~ neya for Inti rVm< I i -.II-. In. • Inn i i...l|i'. > Itoad I Ui ai li. Florida I -IK. 2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY. No. 65C 5915 II'A V MINK. I Ma In tiff, i WILLIAM '' MINK, I lefenrtnnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO WILLIAM "' MINK IV ld< in i 'nknown Vou, W'll.l.l VM C. MINK. ,i I„ i hy notified th.n .i Kill ..f Complain! '••' Divorce li.ibeen filed mains! > % %  ii. and \ nil are required in m rvi • copy .f your Answer or I'll • I %  Kill ui i 'omplalnt on the Plaintiff" 'li > STAXIJ3Y i: I'M IDM W. 'BIS N w 62nd Sir. i t, Miami, da I:I. and file thi Vnswt r or I'll itdtni In thi lo ol •hi %  "li rk of Hi. i 'ir.-ini I'.i ii-fon n I. daj of Jul}. 196.1 If -. iniiiMn. i.i i di auli ii| l.. caken avainM -"n fm Ilu li. r deinamled In the Kill Tin.noi ll • %  .-hull l.f |.ui.In In I %  -.. ... In mi: i i-:vv isn i 'i.i IRI I M l"'\i: ANU OROBRK.Ii Vlianii I li i.i.i. Hii~ L'TUI ,ln\ of .\i i i: I! LEATHERMAN, I i'In %  %  .ill It) Maiirueriti \i I -• mt) 'I.i k STAXI BY r lit ll IDMAN St. \ ISO %  %  NOTICE OF INTtNTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Ch.incfry No 65C 52^0 VV May Coi %  Vi ANN i VN< i\\ ri/ ..... v an g I %  • .-•.. %  '., Miami I -.ni.i' iut>, I" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUP r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66611-B IN I:I: iM.n. oi .1 Vi -i ill I'IN.-K v. i •,,..,-. .i NOTICE OF PROBATE THE HTATK 'I' I'l.i iRIl IA, I I V I i IRS! '.\.IN'I BRBS'l'Kl) IN TI KSTATK IK I lETKI >ENTl Yi .1 M:I: HKREKY NI ITIPIED 'l a written m-tniiii. ni purporting to th. I.;..-; Win .lint Teatament of .-. ..-in nan been admitted to p In -.ini i'ourt. Y"l ARE HKltEHY %  'MMANI'I .'iiin months from i nl th. firm iiubllcation "f il • appea In Maid Court %  • xhow mi-.. ii iin> you can, h) I .ii -.. I.I ...it in :i'iinittina -. Will i K)II iuld not eta mi I'll VNK H I 'W I. IN' 1 I'ount) V II VIKLKA C, I'l-'K, M %  :. 21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ V UIV K N 11 %  tl"U %  .. mi '"< >RAL VA1 %  \N :..:...I'Afl i %  ;. illKTII I'.VLVi il.ilV I hi t V / % %  I %  VTHERM VN. .-l.-rk. I M.1. .'..iiinv KlnrMa K> i' '"i'i:i. \NII, in n nClerk M KELLY I'.iiui Village Sia %  • for i•i.iinini •• %  -I-2K. I', 111 IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF "IDA IN AND FOR DADE IUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 65C 5b II.1.1 VMSKIRtJH SS li \NK. mm', V "II VY .1 ,il. ImluntNOTICE OF SUIT H v "II VY and I Y'II \ V hlH if.I'II ker II ad r Vi-u Jrrnpi •REO .\ NKW VI \N Attorn. > for Am Ilia j Bxi i utor M'. i M.I. r.-.i.i ii r. Ml Ml. I-!., Ill-.l > %  11 -1 -:•".. ; I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 5C 5526 MARU1KIUTK ll. SAM'S. Plaintiff, \ DAVID SANDS. l >• f. ndunl SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< DAVID SAM'S You, I I.IV i.i s.in.1-. are ii. i • : ilfi.-i ihut ,i Bill of I'omplainl I i|\ori • %  I"been fib .1 attains! you, anil \ %  -ii 11. required to -• : \. .i your \ A : i %  iidinn to VRNoi.l %  I'-IN Vni.rn. \ for 1 5xi U" I.ni.-..In Road %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 5814 MELVfX 1. RAT, Plaintiff, .1 VN1K I' R VY O. f.-Tiilnnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti i i v NI >: '• RAY %  -. : viiii.lu-,,,1 Road l-'.i\ ette\ ill.-, i "iimln %  I I .'. .iinr\ North '' i ullna Viii' ARK HEREBY notified ih.n ; '..Iin for Dlvon • han been filed Mtainsi you, "ill you are herei. .mi .1 to -. vi i |ij ... youi tin H I 'N % %  th. Kli • nd f %  • I ...;.. %  look A M • he may be hei ..ii ordi '-hnncing h. %  •• nami CAROL LYNN I VNl >W"ITZ to r.VRnl, I.YNN BI'STEIN. h) which %  shall th. known Miami, l-'l la, • Ma x 11 1963 AKi il. LYNN I AN i 'VVTI'Z I'. liiii.ii. r 'll' INPEI.D it PELDMAN Vttorni ) iinKIHCU) inriiiildlnc Miami, Plot Ida 33130 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl-E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUI" r C FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN THANCERY No 65C 5571 fill: VVII.i.i A ... -, .i I;. ,il SAVINO RANK, Plain) Iff, V rom-'i iti. ei v. I • Ill.l.i : | KU i ICE OF SUIT l"< !..%  pli Roll. %  i and v lob t ii it,.lb r|. hli • -.16 Ronmey Road Bound Brook, N.-\. Jersey You • %  -.'• %  notified thai • upturned ai tlon imbe< n I 21-JS .' i it *tRuled aaainsi you in the I'll Z ^-'_-_ "(Court of the Bleventh Judicial C Kill of t" the (Mail lo the I 'omplalnl hi ni" .nl. \ i: 11 1 mil • I'la ney, LESTER Ri ": "• • noi fled that thi N vv • %  \i ,. i.. ,:,i,. -. ,. \ vv id • %  • %  it file Ilu oi nr I'li-n [Sir. .-t. M %  ii Mi. ciri %  • • t'U-rk of i Answei th. %  .i dlclal .'ii ..... j %  il for Dull in. .II ih.I one, r. li. I il.. ,1 I %  %  %  XI I'.i.l. 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    T "Jewish Floridian Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY /olume 38 — Number 24 Miami, Florida, Friday, June 11. 1965 Two Sections — Price 20<* ~* RABBI MAX NUSSBAUM not onli Soviet SEN. ROBERT KENNEDY conscience of world m MEHDtNT JOHNSON sympathetic concern NO IMPAIRMENT OF MISSIONS FUNCTION U.S. Snubs Soviet Demand UNITED NATIONS— — The United States rebuffed this week a demand by the Soviet Mission to the United Nations that the United States act to remove a plaque on synagogue near the Mission building which accuses the Soviet 1 nion of discrimination against Russian Jews. In the same exchange, the United States also rejected a Soviet protest against a protest march last Jan. 17 from the UN building to the Soviet Mission building organized by Jewish groups to pro test the Soviet denial of cultural and religious freedom to Russian Jewry. The United States position was given in a statement released by Law Providing Texts Set to Undergo Test VNY, NY JTA The .:..-. into la bj Gov. Rocke r, which will provide text >k. t.. children in both public llglous schools in the st.ite. luall; certain to be challengb s "' .. constiiuti Rial ring u e of public directly or i ..lin.tly to aid ..'. ids, it was predict! rk. An estimated • pupils in Jewish schools in Y< rk < ity are expected to ben•:.: tn m the new law. rnej General Lonii Lefkoilisclosed that he had warned i Governor that there were seri q lestiOM about the constitu; of 'he new law, wliich nes effective September 1. A Ish organizations, mostly X, have end mad the bill parallel federal aid law. Vmerican Jewish Congress cr.ticiz -.1 th • law as breach • church stati separation The row York Times criticized 'he new bill for the second time r an editorial urging that a eourt te--' be hsid. "If this law is constitutional, the editorial declared, "the State Constitution does net mean what it seems to say." Similar editorials appeared in the New York Post and New York World Telegram and Sun. The Journal-American, however, published an editorial favoring the newly enacted measure. i \ -ri< an Jew ish Congress issued .i statement reiterating its opposition :<> the bill but did not indicate any details on its previusly announced determination to seek a court test of the measure. "We are dismayed that a bill so clearly unconstitutional nd so dangerous to the religious liberty and churih stale separation on which Jewish security in America depend.-, should be passed by the legislature signed by the Governor ar.d welcomed bj some Ortholox Jew .-!: da> sthooLi," the state, ment said. Pupils in grades seven through 12 in non-public schools will be able tu IT... r any toxtbeoks appr ve i for use in the school district in which th,non-public s< Cont need en Pace 5-A the U.S. Mission to the UN. The statement cited an earlier United States note, last Feb. 24, which, it said, made it clear 'that the erection of the plaque on Congregation Zichron Ephraim Synagogue in no way violates the privileges and immunities of the Soviet Mission to the United States." The Soviet note said that the march was organized despite USSR Mission protests and called the inscription on the plaque "slanderous and hostile to the Soviet Union." The inscription, which the Soviets did not quote but which was quoted by the United Statein its reply, is Hear the cry of the oppressed — the Jewish community in the Soviet Union." Protesting the "negligence" of United States authorities, the S 0\ Continued on Page 8-A Jordan Foray • Is Protested At L Nat ions fSHKOt WARNING ... PC. 11-4 UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Israel charged this week that Jordan forces had carried out a "de liberate and unprovoked attack diniK.i solely at civilian targets" when they opened fire from the vails the old city of Jerusalem, killing two Israelis and wounding several o hers. In a I 't'er of complaint to the Eecuritj Council, Israel said that the attack was carried out at Continued on Page 10-A Jam Garden To Flay Red Jewish Bias NEW YORK—(JTA)—Mon I 18(H)() Jews packed Mad is Square Garden this week in a massive act of protest against the i 11 in i m L: Soviet suppression of th< cultural and religious freedom cf Russia's 3.000.000 Jews. President Johnson, in a message read to the huge throng, declared: "I have more than once expressed my deep concern and that of this administration regarding the plight of the Jewish community in the Soviet Union. All Americans sympathetically concerned with injustice cannot but deplore the difficulties faced by that community and the restrictions which hamper its religious and cultural life. We believe that in the interests of all humanity the spiritual and cultural heritage of these p"> 1 '' should be nurtured and prese ed. "In a spirit of peace and reason, we express our earnest hope that the Soviet leadership will ameliorate the situation of its Jewish minority. Coin so would go a long way toward removing a moral and emotional barrier between us and contribute to a relaxation of tensions and we all earnestly hope for this," The rally adopted a resolution appealing to Soviet authorities to extend to Soviet Jtws the full measure of equality guarantee" by the Soviet constitution, including religious and cultural rights, the Continued on Page 9-A RATIFICATION OF PROPOSAL World Confab of Jewish Groups Studies Strength G E N E V A (JTA i Mi steps toward greater cooperative action among Jewish groups throughout the world were taken here this week by the World Coni net oi Jewish Orgai lati Repr* sentatives of the ten constituenl groups comprising COJ0 i ed to strengthen the coordii ing body by formalizing its structure and making it possible when circumstances warrant for COJ0 to take collective action in the %  of its constituent members. The delegates in effect ratified a proposal, under discussion lor two years, to advance COJO beyond the "consultative" character which has been its primary role in itlormative years. The action was taken "in principle" withou, adoption of procedural rules. Dr. Na hum Goldmann. who was reflected COJO chairman, said such rules would be prepared by a drafting committee, then circulated to the i nstituent groups for review and Ultimate ratification. It was anticipated that COJO would operate along the lines a.%  'opted by the Conference o* T residents of Major American Jewish Organizations which was recently reconstructed to take collective action while respecting the organizational autonomy of each member group. Alk ati it "1 a $1(KM>00 preiim. > administrative budget to the World Council on Jewish Educa.ion lo Inaugurate methods to impi ve Jewish education facilities was announce,I at the COJO meetThc World Council was established by COJO last year as a coordinating a g e n c \ to strengthen Jewish education on a worldwide scale. Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive vice president of B'nai B'rith. who reported the allocation, said that two-thirds of the initial Sloo.000 Continued on Page 2-A ST ATUTE EXTENSION CALLED UNFORTUNATE COMPROMISE' iJC Leaders Meet Bonn Chancellor NEW YORK (JTA) A dele i of the American Jewish mittie, headed by Morris B. am, nresident of the organiza%  hero this week wi.h West •ii Chancellor Ludwig Er I % %  • tented to him a mem' ju.il decll ing that "the recent '"i-i'n to extend the Statute of limitations on Nazi war criminals only an aditional four and onehall yearwas an unfortunate compromise." The AJC's memorandum called ,n Wi -t German) to: 1. Extend th • Statute of Limitations at least intil 1975; 2. call a conference of German and American educators to expand an awareness of civic values in young Germans; and 3. work to resolve such Middle East issues as Israels security and cc or.oml: stability, and the presence of German nationals in Egypt. Meanwhile the American Jewish Committee has informed Gov. Rockefeller of its opposition to the Group Libel Bill introduced by Sen. Irwin R. Brownstein (Democrat) and now waiting the Governor's signature. The bill would create for the first time in New York State a criminal penalty for group libel, which is the utterance or publishing of any statement or statements defamatory of a racial or religious group, known by the utterer or publisher to be false. "our examination of the historj roup libel statutes, particularly. Continued on Page 14-A RABBI 1A1 KAMMAN close lines



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    Page 14-B +Jewlsf> ftcrk/iar Friday. June 11, 1965 Rabbi Jakobovitz to be Guest Speaker At Mesivta Graduation Exercises Sunday Knbbi Dr Imtnanuel Jakobovitl II ba gnost spaakor at the third actuation exorcises of tinMesi a Sonior High School ol Greater Miami on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at the Hebrew Academy Auditorium. Former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, hv left that post in December. ::i58. to become spiritual leader the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City, one of the nation's <.' remost Orthodox congregations. Graduates from the Mesivta -nior High School this year in• ide: Robert son of Mr and Mrs H\man Ualbut. of 4630 Royal 11 in Ave who was awarded a -• holarship both to New York I'm %  MR. AND MRS. KAUfMAN Kaufmans Mark 50th Anniversary \lr and Mrs Herman Kaufman, S771 SW 49th St Miami, eele brated their Golden Wedding an /ersarj with family and friends i M.i> 30 .it the Famous Re.-tau %  nf The surprise reception was given their honor by their children. iand Mrs Leo Feiss, of Miami. ,i Mr and Mis Fred Kaplan, •>! > n Francisco The Kaufmans are originally Bi Dklyn N Y Thej h ive wm 20 years Mrs. April Will Head Chapter %  H : i; c sei %  i i 11 n. | I | IOI ti for 1965-06 includes Mrs %  ril president Mrs Phil GoldU: • Vbe I', a r k .. n Mrs, 1 tarles Turk, vice presidents; Ros ii' • % %  : treaaun i Mrs S:anlej Greene, MrJ< s Weis t. us, Mi's Natbrin /.eielmor see : ies Board members are Mesdamea elman Max Siernstein, %  ron Stein, Nathan Pomeranti I sther Solomon Louis Ziinmeri in Bntertainment featured lyric so* no Mrs Mil i a} K retzkj \ oice %  • acher, with MrHen Ball ax i >mpanist versity and Yoshiva University, and plans to attend Yeshiva Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melihior Go'dring. of IMS Wwi Ave.. who has been awarded a full scholarship to Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago Irving, son of Mr and Mrs Philip Jacob, of 7815 Crespi Blvd.. was awarded a scholarship to the University of Miami. William J son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leff. 710 NE 168th St., He brew valedictorian, awarded a full scholarship to Telshe Yeshiva m Cleveland. 0 Randy, son of Dr and Mrs, Irwin Makovsky. 15414 Prairie Ave, who will attend the I'nlversitj ol Miami. Joel J son of Mr and Mrs Henry Meyers, ol Chicago, 111. who was awarded a Yeshiva University scholarship. Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Nathan Robinowitz. ol 4530 Alton Rd who will attend the I ol M Thomas Harry, son of Rabbi ami Mis. P.ail Wei-ol 650 Lenox A\ e awarded a Yeshi\ a l ni\ er sity scholarship Bernard, son of Mrs Frieda Zyss Klein, ol 4:;u Royal Palm Ave who will attend the l ol M Rabbi Jakobovitl, horn in Ger manj, a graduate ol London's Ye shiva Eti Chaim. JewCollege and the i niveraitj of London He started lus rabbinical career at the age of -*> in London, where he occupied several distinguished pulpits, including that ol the Gnat Synagogue — until 1940, when he wn called t" Dublin as Chief Rat) i i 't Ireland, suc ceed ing Rabbi Dr Isaac Hulevi HefXOg. lie left Ireland in December, 1958 to assume his present i*>si turn as Rabbi ol New York's magnificent Fifth Avenue Synagogue, one of the foremost Orthodox eon .:! i Itions in America He is the author ol "Jewish Me dieal Ethics Dr Jakobovitl ii also the first recipient of the Dis tinguishi S Vward ol the \--oi Jewish Scientist Knights to Honor Council Members Outgoing officers and hoard embers <>t George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge "ill be %  inored on Saturday at the Casaanca Hotel during a social schedu ed for 7:30 p in The lodge will aNo honor new 1\ • eeted Miami Beach Council members. Mai Englander Paul Beid• .man and Jose p Ii Malek. and .Mayor Elliot Roosevelt, all mem%  rs of the lodge Dancing and a show will folt h e awards, and Chancellor i omniander Fred Zedgor will proside Arrangements for the evening %  being handled by Jack Heath, chairman of the Golden Key Sat i day Night Sociata USY Torch Study Weekend %  y under %  t the S" ol the l n i t e d Sj nae ol Amenirding to an a n n o u ii c e mem by Sej mour Mann, president the region DR. SUCH Professor in-Risidenee will l>e Dr. Morton Siegel, director of the Nati Commission on Jewish Education oi the United Synagogue of America. Dr Siegel is .i graduate of "i i 'm a Universitj and holds a l'hl) fri in Columbia Univei sit) lie -. rved for 11 years aa dire morn n a in a pi markin the moving ol the congregation to its new quarters, al 770 v\ *0th St will take place The pro-ram will be marked by the procession of the congregi tion's Siliei Torah from the old synagogue, at :n W -loth SI t" the new synugogue acri -the street Local rabbis, m conjunction with Rabbi Berel w.-in. spirit ii.il leader oi Beth Israel Congre gation, will lake part in the ietivities The congregation is currently in the midst of constructing its new ultra-modern synagogue building The building will contain I 500-eeal mam sanctuary, %  ctapei for daily sen ices ., ;,">o-e.e auditorium and social hall, a mikvah and offices LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6667? B IN 111' Bui ite i.f M \lt\ IV I i.wns \\| l .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T*> Ml Ci editor* and All Pi i %  > % % %  Hu inu i ill, %  ..i I i, ii MiniA ITI-I It.-i .il. Y'.n an hen hj notlfli .1 and rend I" |>rVM II! .lilt I. Hill.111,1 ,i.. loaml,. tt III. II you ma) have IIL-UHI-I the estate of M ARVIN I I. VNOM \ M I, .-.,-. d %  Ii ..: i., i. i uj L. Ill,I '.limit .lll.U. ,.| | .;,,|. I Cnunit. .mil file Hi. mm hn>l| rate and %  provided In Bert Ion 7 Florid* Statute*, In U ,,, the Count? i '...ii iii. .II-.. in I1...1. ('nunFlorida ttiiim lonthe fr..in he tin f the i %  or iii^ lame u ill I., barn .1 1 '..i.-,1 .it Miami, Florid thli rtaj of Mai. Ali CHARUOTTK I.A\.;s\>| \-. K\< utH\ l-'lr-l n ..f thr.- Mth rtat ..f Mat Wl'.l-M \\ \ VVRPM \.\" 1 Attorney* 1 :\. ruti ix Itl in-, it. i..BtiihMnc 8 K, H't-ll-is OL lififiiric* LEGAL NOTICE TRASK IIV.VIAN.sS.ol ill, .1 Jun<1 It' %  aim %  f: ..II. N.-t. Vol I, .. II. 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    ^c lu-n **. kmilckS n. —aw.— Page 12-A *Jewls*ncrl Bai Mlti ah Mitin H %  on .1 Mr and .Mi> Arthur Harsh1.. • • KIH EL, 600 SW 17th Ave. Ortno dox Rabbi Solomon Sthiff. f a] l n Baturdaj 8:30 .1 m Th< Ranks ol 1 It) Mln• •.. 6:45 p.m BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berei Wein. • BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthcdox. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa. • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari. %  unaet Baturda] 8:4! .1 m. -. • Th Mirror of i.if> : i). 1 1 li si ) 1.. i!. dli tlon • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dmie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi R'Chard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 1 8:15 p.m Sermon: "A Report 1.. 1 in %  .\--IMIM> Convan8:45 ii in • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joieph E. Rackovaky. • BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip111 CAHDLEUGHTtNG TIMf 11 Sivan — 6:53 p.m. i sstai schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenoaum. ; Prlda) t and • vah ifrhtei %  • and MrJar-k Lxa Saturdaj S • vah Matthi a son I Ml and nil I '..:.|. 1 — a 1'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Consevative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack l.erner FYldaj S 13 p m >• Sn ill ii i ". .11 -. i. in out l'outh." t'SY • i II i.. Installed Bat irda • a.m Sermon I %  i • n ol l hi Wi • h I HI Mltsvah Rob< rt, son i I M Helm • "-UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave Orthoi dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig. • -LAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW Slat PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenteld Cantor George Goldberg. !••• i.i., > 1:30 p.m Baturdi I I %  ra Mlncha '<•' %  %  '' p.m. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetret dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross Friday •'• 10 p.m Baturdaj B • m Mtn• :n. — • — HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER ith St., Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aioot. — • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Hebrew Lesson **' m .22n imn Who Will Blow the Shofart TDitfa ypn'a pn:r ^ '3-)3 rrosa A story la told of Rabbi Levi Isaac of Berriitchev. who was look inn on the eve of Rosh Hashona for someone to blow the Shofar in the House of Study There gathered to him from all ends ol the city all the expert blowers Manv wanted laW) 211/2 CEnC 3'S"7"13C to be granted the worthy deed of -,-,--i-.,,-i. -,,~^ blowing the Shofar in the Rabbi's ira"? lei*? J?IB na% Houst ot Slud> "SIT frSK IDONT.H .Bh*TSn Rabbi Levi Isaac a>ked each one l 7 u, "." 'h' rn: To what do you direct ."TV*^ W$p. ^3P ^V*i^^ your thou e !l,;i during the blowing of the Shofar" Kach one of them nyraa HOT*? vfh n:nn tried to show how deep was his concentration, and each one said that he directed his heart accord,2"^71 *?£ ing to kabbalistic lore (mystical wisdom i which was only known to the few. -rnx ~r sns* "*a" ^xtf i T'T: •" -T tens 12-3 nans nn sis 5 ? T a simple man. 1 Have lour aaugn71712*71 ?~)C17 I1 i?P nSJw3 tens and they are all adult, and it's time to net them married, but I haven't the money to marry them off with. During the shofar-blowing, I direct mv heart and gay: Lord of But Rabbi Levi Isaac chose none of them. One day a Shofar-blower came to him and said: Rabbi I am simple man. 1 have four daughRabbi Levi Isaac was filled with Joj and said to him: it is ,-. sincere thought, you wiH be the farblower in my bouse of study. Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit ms-n 1 ? 2r,2 irs"i ins ^2 12s ins iri im2 ^11312 • T T V T I T |-|-pn -> ^-^> S-iS T1~>v> V'T • %  'be universe, I have done Thv will in tit w. |w. ? MII • an( fulfllk (1 Thv commandmenta. (12211 naSn) il l 73pn Thou. too. do my will, and send : T marriage-parlners tor my daughj?l U"JM^ 22*1312" ten .0-2222 j?ns" i2 '31 inr NIT ins Di" .ci2 ins3 I*?*DN ,1:31 :"i>n rpiP r*7R sr m:3 aiK ,*:N 212:2 c?"s 12211 J111J32 }231 ,J 7 B^ *} fK 2NI jinnn 1 ? ]n22 .)rix (inn 1 ?) x-rn-? ^02 ]122 121S? PV'pr ^2^31 p31 :12iN1 'S 1 ? 2N ?j]isi; "ritro D^biyr nrx n ,Ni iWRQ T2'K: in 22 n^ri 2^1 -•;•:• •T'1-37 nn22 ,212' ^ "32 S l 72ril H2N njIS ir23 :fr 12K" pirn nnn nrxi ,NM ..." 2n2~ii'3: (mhxs nnas rrj| nsina) • 1 • -I T T Beth Moshe Ladies to Meet Mrs Burton Strert, incoming president. Beth lioshe Sisterhood, will conduct a meeting in the Temple on Monday evening Program will incuuie a report by Mn Aithur J Brown on the re cent conference in Jacksonville of the Florida Branch. National Women's League United Synagogue of America Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudan Heilbraun. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25t* St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirshy. Cantor Louis Cohen JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SVNAGOOL'E. 1032 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Starn. • i m. -n. "Finns.uur.l.ii p.m. iEPHAROlC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian Cantor Maurice Neu. aj c i> in Saturdaj i IS %  '<• %  s -' %  mon "Samaon, ;< Hero and Sol %  l...,,i.-i Bar Mltsvah: Leo, son •'( Mr .mil Mrs rlarry Cook Mlncha S:4S p.m, TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. FYIda> v SO i 1 ni Sermon "Some Rt flections mi MarrtBKi Satordaj morning Bar Mltsvah: Michael, son ol Mr iiriet MrQilberl Strauss TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructioni*t. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. FYldaj B p m s. rim n How I '•% %  • II i ion -i Judaism I tlffer from t'omterval .• Saturdaj I0:S(I a.m Sermon "Who iv th< Strong Man'"" H ,• \i •/..,' Tndd, son -f Mi and Mrs Ji %  K.I n — a — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Raobi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stem a — TEMPLE BETH TOV. 643S SW 8th St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwatd. — a TEMPLE EVANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave Conservative Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler Prlda) I | m Sal i daj '• • %  in t i mon Weakly Poi tlon of th< H Mini ha 7 p m Bar Mlts> sh Ki dn w •I Mr and Mrs Herbert Kern — a TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. — a TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ava. Liberal • Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. FYldaj B:15 i m Judi .i l'outh Oi nup A onducl thi NI n %  Sa I ui dn j 11 ., in Bai M ts> :• li i 'llfford .i I • — a TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conervatwe Rabbi Maver Abramowitt. Cantor Edward Klein. e TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and Tati m w.itei-way. Modern Traditional. Rat ni Eugene Lsbovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. — a TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16tn St.. Miami. Rabb> Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldnian. K Idaj 7 p m Saturdaj %  15 m Elai Mlti h Sti %  un of Mi i nd M i : %  %  I I a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy Cantor Cnet Gale Prlda %  .in t lag i >.< > Sabbath Services Sermon "what i Pledge -.f Alleiglance Reiiulre i; i -' rdsY) li ni liar Mltsvah U •on ol Mi nd Mn Paul Nefl SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OP THE WEEK NASO The priest blesses the people in accordance with divine in struction. •Ye shall blc^s the children of Israel, ye shall say unto then. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee" (Numb. 6:23-24). NA S0 — The number of Levites between 30 and 50 years of ag eligible to worship and minister m the lent of meeting was 8,581 \|f those persons considered unclean — either because the) wer, lepers or had a discbarge, or had touched a corpse — were \ peiled from the camp Thereafter follow the regulations alieeiin. adultery and the Nazirites; and the account of the various offerings made by the princes of the tribes alter the tabernacle was finally constructed. This recounting of tho Waekly Portion of the Law is axtraded and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jewish Hentaeje" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the voluma 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 Emerging Rabbinical Role in Miami Area By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Beth El Congregation As executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Great er Miami, how do you envision the future of the Association? The future of t h e Kabbinical A s s o c iation of Creator -Miami, from many indications, is filled with great promise and potential. Comprising Rail bis ,.f the Orthodox, Comers alive, and Heform movement*, t he Association h !i a tended to bind together the community into a united entitv of constructive endeavors. The Association has become more actively Involved in the wide range of communal problems, and has. in turn, been gaining more widespread recognition aa a force of positive leadership in the COftl m unity, To properly focus our gaze on the Association's future requires .i dear Insight into the evolving role oi the rabbinate, and the clergy in general, in our day In previous tunes, the clergj :*i most exclusively acted ;is religious functionaries, confined to scholas tic and religious activitj This i> still true in many parts ol tin world today They are not primarily involved in the social, moral, or political areas of communitj life. RABBI SCHIFF But today in America, the role of the clergy has completely changed. They have become a dj namic force in translating religiioue precepts into day-by-day acluin on all levels of human concern Hardly does an issue arisi when tin voice of the clergy i? sought out, and clearly board. In su.h Issues as religion in the school.-, civil rights, juvenile I linqueney. political extremism, and familj problems, the active concern oi "he clergy is evident The Rabbinical Association is in constant communication with the various segments of the community, government, civic. and religious, The Ral I inical Association is ret ognized as the Jewish counterpart ol the Greater Miami Catholic Diocese and the Greater Miami Council of Churches, and in concert with them, deliberate* on vita) matters concerning the betterment of our total community. We engage in educational programs through the mascommunications media. Including television, radio, and the press. The Association members, on a voluntary basis, minister t<> thi physicall} and emotionally ill in hospitaland other inslilutioius It is hoped that community support will help inaugurate a professional chaptainc) program to bring increased st rviie in this \ II il art a t human 11 n< I l"H A united rabbinate with the proie nonalism ol an organized body .ui serve at % %  prune catalyst, helpkng to elevate Iho status and stat* ure of the Jewish community, and helping to promote ihr; advance* ment of the general communitj ammuiii': sess -•ige it prepiHlA i". CO" OpCratiuTI uith xhc (' %  •r.-.'T Me J.".: H .' || A C lall c/ ffutures appear:-:: I.ere is DR. MAX UPSCHITZ Spiritual .'rmlrr of Brtli Torah Congregation o/ .\. %  :'-. Nfumi Rfj.'i TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 95' E. 4th Avc., Hialeah. Conservative. Prtday v i' ,r naturdaS B m s TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamors Av Conservative. Rsbbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. a TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Ra Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was man. Baturrta> the i 'hildi .-ii of larai 1 Mr and Mi KI hard Plasi i — a TIFERETH ISRAEL. S5O0 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi H-nr, WernirW p.m .-. • i \ H Ith Two Mi • turda) •• ,i in s. rmon Thi \\ • • u: I• %  • i % %  Mltsval UlehaH • Mr and Elliot Kurfiuj YOUNG ISKALL. 990 NE 171st St Orthorios. Rabtii Shervmn Stanber. l"i da mon li Mini m Speaking for the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewish Education at community graduation exercises May 20 were two valedictorians, Stanley Bilsker and Jacgueline Wohlforth (left to right), recipients of the Ratner Prize and the Shapoff Award. With them is Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, who acted as chairman at the exercises. Greetings were extended by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau.



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    Friday, June li. 1965 "JpH/*f#*rr/Gf/^/7 Page 7-A Prime Leadership Makes Difference The spectacuUi growth of Betli ToraJi Congregation, particularly since the construction <>t itnew facilities, ma) be measured i>> Hi.' devoted energies <>i its leadership, professional and lay, DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ Dr. Max Lipschitz recently celebrated Viis 18th year in the rabbinate and his fifth in the pulpit of Beth Torah He was ordained at Yeshiva University and a student <>f Rabin J I! Soloveitchik lor four years He also attended I he Hebrew Theological College of Chicago and the Yeafeiva Beth Yehuda in Detroit. Mich. A native of Israel, he GUM to Detroit from Tel Aviv in 1932. Prioa to his assuming the Beth Torah pi.jpit here, he served at Beth Israel Center in Madison. Wise, for 12 years. He has served no other congregations in the capacity of spiritual leader. Dr. Lipschitz holds a Master oi Arts degree from Columbia University (1948 1 and a Doctor of plulosoplv from the I niversity of WtscOOSUl (1964 1 lie is former DR. LIPSCHITZ MRS. KESHMNSKT GITTHSON secretarj of the Rabbinical As satiation of Greater Miami, on the Advisor] Board of the Great er Miami Jewish Federation and cooidinator of the Kahbinical Page in The Jewish Floridian He i s active in the Hebrew Acad emy, vice president of B'n.ii B'rith, Israel Bonds, a worker for Israel Bonds, member of thi South Fl )iida Council of American Jewish Congress and its chair. Affairs A member of the Knights of Pythias, he is honorary chap lain of the Jewish War Veterans and on the board ol the Florida Ann Delauuilion League and American Friends <>t tile Hebrew UntvereU) MRS. SIDNEY KESWL.ANSKY Supervisor of the Beth Torah I'ic-Scliool is Mrs. Sidney Keshlansky, who this year was honrir n H For 'i <'-*-; 't• rf ^wic 0 ns Pre School director at Beth Tor ah at the annual Yom Ham trefa rvanoe in May Mrs. Keshlaaaky, a native oi New York City, attended the New York School oi Music and is new vice president of 'he Synagogue I're-School Council >t Greater Mi ami, affiliated with the Bureau oi Jewish Education. RICHARD SNEIDER Pioneer Smith Floridian. Richard Sneider has lived here -nice 1926. An insurance underwriter. Sneider was recently reflected to serve as president of Betli Torah. He is the only president ol the congregation to serve two consecutive teems, Sneider was president of tinMen's Club and chairman ol the Building Committee in 1960. for wlmh he was co-honored in 1961 with the late Harold Wolk. after whom the Beth Torah Religious School is named. Sneider has also S er V e d as chairman of the Beth Torah Pon-vi of Trustees and vice president at large oi the congregation for two terms. Apart from his professional activity, he confines his extra-curricular interests almost exclusive. ly to the congregation, bis other major affiliation being membership in '.lie North Miami BetU l Pest oi the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. I ABRAHAM J. GITTELSON Completing bis seventa year %  educational director ol the Beta Torah Religious School is Abraham J. Gittelaon, a former presi (lent of the Jewish Educators Council oi Greater Miami. wh.> was honored this year at the annual dinner ol the Bureau of Jewish Education lor n years >f service to the Miami community. The Religious School now numbers more than 830 student* la ;iie Pre School. Sunday and Hebrew Departments, with 25 teachers on the faculty. GittelSOO is a native of New York City, where he received a teacher's degree from Yeshiv x I niversity. and MA in Hebrew Education He served as national education director of the Bnei Akiva Youth Movement, anj Continued on Page 13 A > 1 NORTON TIRE CO -yI • %  **. ;. / QUANTITIES LIMIUD TIRES SALE PRICED WORLDS LARGtST \ BF.Goodnch riRf DIALER \ 10 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA — SINCE 1924 as ALL SIZES LISTED BLACKWALL WHITEWALL TU8ETYPE TIMELESS r 60t;

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    J/jqe 10-A +Je*lsti ncrMiain Friday. Juna 11, 1955 Israel Protests Jordan's Aggression Continued from Page 1-A rt rane. in bro;id daylight in thickly populased area and with .• obvious inteal <>t mdisenmin• kiilmt; The Israel protect asn\l thai the Btttatls ol the I> el-Jordan armisticv do not con. any episode more VKafHU and nton than this one In the letter to be circulated .-. members of the Security Coun: I as a formal document, Ambas.idor Michael S. Comay, permaent Israeli representative to ->e UN, affirmed that "not a nqle shot was fired from the ; r aeli side before, during or after this incident, and no Israeli patrol or other armed personnel were involved in it." The letter accused Jordan of fab ricating a charge that there had been Israeli shooting a half hour earlier in order to provide %  pretext for the Jordanian action The .; Her BSSt •(! that Bt least two Jordanian posts took part in the shooting. It said "the government oi Jordan must accept lull responsibility lor this deed perpetrated by ids military foroee 111 gross violation of the Israeli-Jordan general mission investigation was proci cdins. Ambassador Comay did not ask I'M a council meeting. Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Ifn Golds Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, summoned Gen Odd Hull, the United Nations Truce Supervtr> Organization commander, tins v.eek to Inform him of the grave situation created by the Jordanian attack on Jerusalem in whkih two Israelis were killed and several vounded Official sources there stressed that the Jordanian shooting WBd their attack across the border. It is believed that United States officials again expressed their concern over the deterioration of the situation along the border and reiterated their firm opposition to any acts of violence and use of force. Fatah terrorists from Jordan and Lebanon .-truck a yam at Is armistice agreement and of ordinplanned. They noted that about 15 ar\ human decency." The letter noted that a Mixed Armistice Com. Ner Tamid Confirmation Services .'oiK'ludinx late services lor the .rent season at Temple Naff mid on Friday featured conniation exercises The tudenls participated in the cantata. "What is Torah'.'" erne ol the ceremony, Musical portion was ottered the Temple choir under the dition oi Joseph Schreibman Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz and ntor Saul 11 Breeh officiated the reremonj MifSugene Schwarz president v Tamid Sisterhood, present the sacred books and Maurice Zartskj chairman ol ted the confirmation cer. •• Firmands are Richard son ol :•. aiK : Mrs Raj Belitsk). Henrj Mr and Mrs Gilbert Blum: :. son ol Mr and Mrs Mi 1 Borkan; Howard, son ol Mrs } onne Hurkhol/ Jerrj son ol Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Chasen; Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Philip I)ii Beshter: Carol. daut;h1 ter of Mrs. Jean Feldman: Allan. son of Mr and Mrs Mory Kelsot: 1 Gerrilyn, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gross; Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald I'nchason. Families of the confirm ands tendered the Ones Shabbaf During Saturday morning services, promotion exercises were held for the following studententering Hebrew Hieh School at Nor Tamid Robert -01: ol Mi' and Mrs ii \ ing oh, n. Mil hael -on ni Dr and MrAlfred Freeman; Frank, SOn "I Dr and MrMichael II i wit/ Ti rry, -or. of Mr and Mrs Murraj Miller Heather, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Lonai d \1 il 11 .. -on ol Mr George and Susai Dr and Mi-\ iiak. Invite friends and relatives to take a Sunshine Safari to Florida. There's plenty of pleasure in store for them here in the Sunshine State and all it takes is a personal invitation. Add a few words ir S immergram about the sunshine, the fun 'nil professional op| %  Florid rera. 'II thank j I 11. person. HFRE IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO SEND TO VOUR FRIENOS UP NORTH FREE SUMMERGRAM POSTCARDS are the pcrtect personal invitations. Pick up 'e'ii at yjur nearest FPL onVe.. .soon! 1 ..eli collective settlements t h 1 < ueek causing damage to propert) but no casualties. Tlu-> placed > plosives under a house in Kibbutz Utah in the upper Galilee and Mainagsjd a water tank in tlio Bet Cm 1 in Kibbutz in the I.achr-h area, Officials said that tracks from [| tab led to the I.ebane.-e bOBdar and from Cet Go\rin to Jordan. Pre nuer Lcvi Fshkol receive / %  EL 14 / 1 l lft •• w In toOSJ/ %  • % %  f Tot Menus, Color Folder, Detail. Wrltei the MadieoSj • In mm I %  %  %  f •••••• t!Ui(IOI)S4441> •• • JTFrjtJtT.riioriiK) touts Chas.W. JtiUaw/re> OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs sand furnishing* attract from manufacture* Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzet, Lamps, Everything •or the Office of Distinction I Interior design ea •pace eJamJng> Open Saturday Monties FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY MtLPtHQ BUILD f L 9 HI D A PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. laoi Southwtst 3W Artnu* Miami, florioa Te .phunu Highland 4-8221



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    +Jf*iiHnrrfrffr>r Paqe 11-A Juilding committee of Kneseth Israel Congreqation leets Ronald LeVinc, representative of Robert L. Turchin Construction, Inc.. to finalize neqotiations for the rcbuildinq of Cneseth Israel at 1415 Euclid Ave. Front IOW (left to riqht' He Benjamin Weinberq, Jose LisVitkinas. Harold Shapiro. Oscar B. Shapiro. Rcbbi David Lehifield, Louis Dublin, Joseph Nadler, A. Shaffran. Jacob Goodman. Rear (left to right) are David Eisenstein. Phillip Weiss. Cantor Abraham Seif, Morris Glantz, Milton Kahn, and Victor Schonwetter. Kneeling is Le-Vine. comptioller of the Turchin company. Technion Gets New President HAIFA JTA AlexaiK Goldl encral director Chemicals and Phosphate: Lt v ;is unanimous!) i lei ted this as president ol ol Technolo :y. i i "' linn, who resigned i health The new Technion presidersa ; t' ha agreed with the conte of Gen. Dori's final report ?i the Technion rioverninq hoc and said his first tas!; would t to seek adequate condito t Technion staff. He c?lled tithe Government to sharett- burden of the Institute's expeses because "Injher education in the interests of 1 he state Premier Levi Eshkol, who a tended the meeting, promise: Goverment help to 'he Tec nion in its current difficulties. The new Tech' was bom in \ ilna and cam rael in lf<48. aft< i in I. don He has been mai i .m. dii ir of the chei time He ha post direct >i Ni %  ber ni the board ol the D< Works ill has been i the I'n.ii 'l "i -''\ i rnoi of lh< chiiioii foi sex eral > eai ishkol Warns Against New Arab Attack RUSALE.M (JTA) Prel.rvi Kshkol declared in intent tinweek that the "SOmoderate Arabs" might be prune, new moves against IsTtic Premier laid he wanted rind all Israeli i llagca oi the tor greater vigilance. |.s warning indicated that he skeptical about Egyptian President Nutter's speech in Cairo thai the Arab* should not go In war against Israel because they were not yet ready for a successfall attack Nasser's statement was denounced in Syria by Lt. 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    Friday. June 11. 1965 +Jmlst> mhrtdHain Paqe 3-A Winner; of the recently-held Hebrew Academy Elementary Science Fair are kneelinq (left to right Joseph Honor and Richaic Levine. 5th arade explaining then project on "Atomic and Mciecular Structure.' Other winners are standinq 'left to right Sheldon Delson. 6th qrade; Joseph Ackner. science instructor and Karen Waldman and Karen Travis. 4th arade. Florida JWV Will Hold Department Convention This Weekend at DiLido Department <>f Florida Jewish War Veterans annual convention v ill !*• w %  .< % %  tliiN weekend. June it in 13, .it the DiLido Hotel, accordins to • partmenl Commander Vinslee iKprrlie The convention will begin on Friday afternoon with meetings of standing committees to ifol i pd ii' ) rida> evening in services conducted i>\ Department i haplain Edwtn Peibdman and Cantor Bmamel Manrtel \ talk '1 l>e given li> national i v i %  < • 1111' < lirectoi Monroe Shetn ol .\ ashington. 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    Friday, June 11. 1965 'Jtiwlslfhr fetter Page 13-A Beth David Has Closing Exercises Members of the Silver Anniversary CommitSneider. Not shown are Mrs. Irving Newman, !?e of Beth Torah Conqregation, under the Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schafl^adership of Seymour Rosen, (left to nqht) fel, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gottehrer, Julius GorIrv:nq Newman, Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, Seydon, Mrs. Stanley Stein, Abraham Schorr and ..-.our Rosen. Abraham Gittelson. Mrs. Jerome Mrs. Theodore Klametz. : rhwartz, Stanley Friedman, Mrs. Richard A CALENDAR OF CONGREGATIONAL EVENTS *ast Year at Beth Torah low ship, •"' %  nily and that i k the Si %  %  %  the ,-r sel the • I i %  ) %  %  ii n %  • yeui Con i i tion were joi n ducting their on n sw ice .i IH-..I bj theatre md '> %  mgsters "i the Hebrew School the Youth Auditorium, with t Max A LipcchiU t>ffi< iating, \ I Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen:n chanting tho li urgy, a.si-tpd by the choir uiuk-r the >f Miriam Donnerstag Celebration |The month of October was highfehted by the first State <>f l>jel Komi dinner at which Dave I irmilies. a supporter of Israel |nl tlie congregation. W1B honVd (Her $125.0OU was raised a.s %  n Wayne Morse delivered the k.nn address. l settlers t i \v a quarter of a i turj ago. is one I ti %  %  imodern fun< lional h Torah's design won the award ei ;%  • Upi Cynthia Lube), Mitchell Lublta, Lev I Malamed, Sonla M Her Daniel NaJJar. Jaj Ossip, Deb Puder, Jane Rachlin, Helena Rach • line, Michelle Rachline, Rachelie Rachline, David Ring, Suaan Rodn Amy Eloaanberg, Henry Rooenk Uk-nanl Samuela, Joaeph Sha< Philip EAiacter stuart Shacter, John Shlel Mlkkl Shiff, Charlec Silverman, nold SlruU, Allen Sm th, Almee St, Steven Stein, David Tanenbo Madalini Trourtgr, Deborah Wei Hi uce Wltklnd, R|i hard \\ i H •<* ard Zuckerman. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Rrtail tSRAiu cms AND NOV tints 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 WELL KNOWN CANTOR I In Greater Miami wants engage |mcnt, for High Holidays, or yearround position. Has served as Cci.i-' 'tor for past 12 years. Please call] latter S p.m. Phone 374-0816. Miami Hebrew Book Stort IStAtl.l .1 DOMESTIC GIFTS Mebrrv* Religious Supplies for Synaa ,l^e> Schools A Private Ue IVSs.i \GTON AVE. Miami Beach JE 1 JKO j RABBI I I ordained, college grad., univ. de| gree, good speaker, versed in every | section of rabbinical & congregai tional activities is interested in a I 'challenging pulpit. Write R.O., c ol I Box 2*73, Miami, Fin. 33101 CANTOR-TEACHER < > Seeks pcition M>ami or vicinity. 4 > txperisnec-d, qualified, licensed & 1 rtftrMlceS. Full or port time. Also > available wn,;kends onl to conduct Services ond Sunday School. Write J C. T., Box 2971 Miami AMERICAN -ISRAELI 6 RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOH bN NAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartl GELB MONUMENTS INC. t>*en fvery Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer PALMER MEMORIALS 'Miami's Only JtwM Monumeaf •a/ldert" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unvetiings SUNDAY, JUNE 13 "'65 Ml. Nebo CemtJ0SEPH TfNNCNBAUM 2 p.m. Mt. Sinai Cemeter. 01GA WEISSHAUS 2 a.m. SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Boy Direcf horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami't Only Jewish Monument Bui/ders 3279 S.W. 8th Straw! Nl 4-0921 Phone. Nl 4-0M LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND } GARDEN MAISOLEIM "THE SOUTH'S \ MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Delivor FRUIT CIRCUS 178V DucAtNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783



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    I = Page 4-A 'JmlstiHcrktlar Friday, June 1965 tleivisli Florid Ian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Tn* Jewinf !•-.wi IMilwi not (uaranta. tlw Kisliruib f the nif^'•h.nidls** H 4 vert • se on o: B'nai B'rith has given >. William A Wexler, of So? Ga a giant task in his electia the presidency. Dr. Wex ceeds Lab?'. A. Katz, cf New This is, a om any: > res to fill. Er. We: ems to be 3 man e o! Presid Jew.; • Core si ?.rman o: Be-.Orgo there Di "f:: >nal v ol • B'na B rith Suoreme Lo C Dr. Wexle: [a : so %  n ca -• lent v nc rle-lonq the highest position next i 1956, plus other inte'5s:s related to the 01 izefien, we.: qualifies nun to over at the helm of B'nai B'ril Dr. Wexler will be amo::^ the lecc.ng B nai B'rith personalities to appear at the District Grand Lodae 5 convention 3t the Eden Roc Hotel on June 20 to 23. AUo scheduled is another B'nai B'rith personality, longtime Miamian E. Albert Pallot, elected international vice president at the recent convention in Israel. Our community will thus have the welcome opportunity to meet and greet B'nai B'rith s top leaders. • • B-G's Paradoxical Doom The B'nai B'rith convention in Israel has come up with a variety of interesting statements from world Jewish leaders. The observations by Label Katz about the "vanishing" American Jew. which we discussed in these columns las: week, made little if any impact on former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. In his own presentation before the triennial convention in Tel Aviv, the former Prime Minister grudgingly admitted that the American Jewish community would survive, but he emphasized that it was "in spite of all logic." Katz, In his discussion of the diaspora, had declared that there "is a two-way road, and there is traffic — a lot of traffic — moving in either direction" of a sound Jewish tuture. Mr. Ben-Gurion took the low road toward doom — lh? n:ap of his tonnei fiery politics. We must arn Hebrew he warned. We must send our children to Israel tor study. These are admirable goals • Park Rebuff Makes Good Sense The U.S. rebuff of the Soviet Union's stiff note to us about a plaque on the Conqreqation Zichron Ephraim Synaqoque adjacent to Russia's Mission buildinq in New York is one we heartily applaud. The plaque calls attention to the Soviet treatment of its Jewish population in the matter of reliqious freedom. What makes most sense about the rebuff, apart from pointinq out that neither the plaque nor the Jan. 17 march from the United Nations to the mission interfered with the business of the mission, is this polite U.S. reminder: "The organized mob violence recently directed against official United States buildings in the Soviet Union" is in marked contrast %  the orderliness of the Jan. 17 protest and to the peaceful intent of the plaque. Sounding A Clear Warning Prime Minister Levi Eshkol is correct in callinq the attention of the world, and particularly of the United States, to the qravity of the situation in the Middle East. His country has been the recent tarqet for a number of incursions by neiqhborinq Arab bands in "unprovoked attack directed solely at civilian tarqets." Foreign Minister Meir warned the U.S. about the growing tension several weeks aqo. Mr. Eshkol's statement tells the U.S. in advance that Israel will not be denied the riqht to self-defense and that criticism should, in fact, be directed against the aggressors rather than the victims. It is our feelinq that the U.S. ought to be less hasty in its criticism. The Dominican public and Viet Nam are clear example"offensive : How can our govei deny Israel the right it takes as its owi during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN THE GREEK philosophy %  Socrates, felt that dem*! racy is one of man's worst forms of government One must jump to no hast} eonelusions: Socrates u -, ri what might be called i today. His lucid attitudi ward truth, justice ai really free soul are sufl to reject such notions I. \\ M incredible, then, to regard democracy negatively? The word comes from "demos." menpeople, and "kratein." to rule, or "kratos." authority If the themselves, ennobled this concept, why was Socrates disinclined to endow it with his favor? I think that the death of Socrates, his official execution bj p inn after being charged with and found guilty of leading the Athena astray, is the most telling kind of support for the thinker's view. Even if his murder was orderly and in l With democratic law. it still does not erase the misguided tint led to Socrates' purposless demise, Democracy, in ah guarantee' the exercise .if reason in the free governmental or Our own time rl< rmwis this observation The repn slaying I a ivil rights worker in the south. Viola Lius into motion a Judicial process automatically yielding the punishment for those who committed the crime Socrates thai the rule of the people is frequentl) an unedui I his alternative oi the Phil> sophor King to be more eq ..• %  fer Ihe •holar in s for fifty yi rs prior I i i when he wo so old that little time mil any p THC POSITIVt PRCSSUKCS OF CICCTI0N DAZE tvJEITHER SHOULD ONE %  • I : a ste| ility. 11 rest p i nly alternal i K i t tides I > is prel pi thai thi %  limited ,\ means ested in I in• n miihl always ssibilit) of tyi i ileni e, at : e I ie> olen< e is i pati mizing thing i • %  vernment to I .in • of volition whili I %  issue becomes even "nor,•. • % %  turning after the elite, failing in their benevolence and I ill picion oi tyranny, refuse to band back the reigns Power all. a self-sustaining and self-perpetuating malevolence All of which is bj lengthy way oi coming down to our • lem. today as the) appear in politics and government I bav< lar reference here to "election daze." when newspaper.-, rad television announcers urge us to exercise our voting right Hit DOX set ms to i>e the major S) Blbol of the contemporary demo, | cess Even in the civil libertarian battle for equal Negro stal become a primary issue. •:• •:•:• A NIW SPICIAL INTCKCST CROUP AN THE SURFACE, th to the polk and vote Pail to vote, and by default compromise your status as a free man in a free society. Truth is that ignorance and misinformation wreak even moi red havoc. I haw Men all too many persons waiting their turn vote with a newspaper under their arms telling them which levers pull These are the best of the misinformed, and one must here on rhe good intentions of the newspaper, much as one must relj the benevolence of a benevolent dictator, to make a positive cratic situation out of a fearfully negative one the kind Socrates Ognized in his rejection of democracy as a workable goveramei process Parallel to ignoran e and misinformation is an even more contemporary situation; the extension of the human life span and tl %  rgence of a senior citizen society, whose self-appointed spokearc m< -t i Ken loud-voiced, ambitious youngsters riding high on I shoulders of this relativel) new special Interest group Tinresult thai a whole class ol enfranchised Americans, who at heel would on •..dually exercise their right to vote, are now le i en masse to po ii placeand told which levers to pull in order to protect their stai THE lOWtST ICVCL Of SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS THE RECENT ELECTION in Miami Beach relates directly l these ci nsiderations This is particularl) true of our senior winch recalled the : ei a il name hallowed in Ameni m historj I am nol here saying tl new mayor will not do well, or even excel, in his office, But I in. that Inprevious experience would have left him • the gate if he were nol the son ol one of the mo I ol oui I am also saying that a better informed voting public, le %  • %  I ;i den %  %  oec tl altar of an em l burs) of feeling related nol to the present but to the sentimenal > %  wo ild have refused the temptation and exercised itvoting right iously, it is this kind of emotion that executed Socrates. It is tin.ol i lisinformation that -< nds the best of our unschooled dtiseos poll] with newspapers under their arm.what happened mi the Beach was a vote for yesterday, not tor todaj or tomorrov il i ccurred because a special interesl group suceutnbed to the n of its iowesi level of social consciousnesa All of which com to the original proposition): Socrates %  the he, cut in the democratic i erni 'ihe sad thing is that for h f us who M-


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    '• %  'rino ] i.Tl Page 8-A +Jewlst nrrHiir Friday, June 11. 1955 0!d Canadian Anti-Semite SrerH'S Comefcac k in Hale Field Ql EBEC — (JTAI Jewish sii.iki-.-ii! n Ml l tin.week tha< Adrian Arcand ore of the mosl notorious anti-Semitic agitators in Quebec in the mid thirties, appar cntly was starting a comeback lure after years of silence About 150 persons attended a rally of the "National Unity of Canada Party" at which Arcand delivered a harangue composed of most of the canards spread throughout Canada before World War II by Naxi agents. Arcand distributed irasl quan tities of anti-Semitic material, organised manj many infiam mat %  .... b35 until .1 few vi ek? -tart of World War ;. when he v* as proset ute I idian War Meas res interned Alter hin lea ment. he sued the ernment for 1250 0 0 1 alleged false arrest and imprisonment, lie chai suit that the Royal Mounted Police and the Jen Ish ongress nave him Interned The came to (rial. %  Mi. and Mrs. Julio Schniadowsky donate the Ho!y Ark to the Circulo Cubano Hebreo de Miami as Rabbi Dov Rozencweig (left), spirir_cl leader of the congregation at 1534 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, looks on. The Schniadowskys are shown with their son and daughter. U.S. Snubs Soviet Demand Continued from Page I-A 11 enunded "the immediate re m i of the slanderous inscription." T ne United States reply noted ttw all appropriate measures were taken to ensure that the protest meeting was "completely orderly, that no violence occurred and that there was no physical interference with entry or eiit into the Soviet Mission or with its performance of its norOnly Bahamas Airways has 1 daily nights and a special 17 hour excursion tare to FREEP0RT22 special 17 hour eicursioi fan an; flight after noon da.lj lien aiaal (rtfVUf (are $27.50 r/t-M time limit) 50 daily miami to freeport 4:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 10:00 pm daily ireeporl to miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Bahamas Airways AN ASSOCIATE OF BOAC-CUNARO/GENERAL AGENT: BOAO MIAMI: 177-W01 / FT. LAUOEROALE: SJ4 n W. PALM BEACH: 133 SJ1 mal functions." The reply also referred to the contrast between tho orderly protest in New York City and the "organiied mob violence recently used Mainst official United States buildings in the Soviet Union." The United States emphasized j that the placement of the plaque was a private action "with which i the United States Government has had no association of any kind" 1 and that its placement had not resulted "in violence asinst the Mis ; sion or in impeliment in any way ', to the fulfillment by the Soviet Mission of its functions." The note rejected the Soviet complaint of alleged violation of various agreements covering foreign embassies, declaring that "the privileges and immunities assured to the Soviet Mission" by those agreements "are not impair ed" by the plaque DE MEXICO Offers non-stot^DCSC Fan Jet Service from Miami to mum Beachile Gets Degree Rh' da Granl Novak, of MIS Cres pi Blvd., received a Bachelor of Science degree in physics Mondaj ; %  ttv 8* h commencement exercises of the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, Pa. $ For only CITY 164 00 round trip In just 2 hours 25 minutes you can be in gay. exciting Mexico City from Miami via Aeronaves de Mexico. During your brief, comfortable flight, you enjoy friendly 'Welcome, Amigo!" service which starts your trip off in the truly hospitable atmosphere you will find throughout marvelous Mexico And the Round Trip fare is a low. low $164.00. So ... discover the pleasures of flying Aeronaves de Mexico plus the fabulous sightseeing and vacation delights of magical Mexico. See your Travel Agent or call DE MEXICO 130 S.E. 3rd Awe., Miami • FR 7-2391 K?'Si 7^ ""'?' **"""* turop *' Un,,,d s,1, Central Amer.lea. Soutr. America a CnidJ ,th tl Worlds most modern lets. ONLY AT THE CONCORD Ton) Martin Sat. July 3 Steve Lawrence Sun. July 4 Eydie Gorme Sat July 10 Milton Berle Sat. July 17 The World's Greatest Stars • 3 Nite clubs • 5 Bands • Golf on 3 Great Courses • 15 Championship Tennis Courts • World's Largest Outdoor Pool • Indoor Pool and Health Club • Riding • Full American Plan. WEIGHT WATCHERS: Name your special diet. we'll show you how to keep it and relish every bite See Irving Cohen. MaitreD'. CONTINENTAL SINGLES WEEK Sunday to Sunday, August 22nd-August 29th Round The Clock Discotheque • Moonlight Poolside Buffet • Matinee Dansants Oo-La-La Bikini Bathing*Champagne Parties • Beaux Arts Ball • Music.Madness and Midnight Parties. This might be your last singles party. Make the scene for this left bank ball. Special rates. !" *J0W| "ireWrri rVeawf rtaerf" -. NOD Concord Kiamesha Lake, NY • Only 90 min from NYC • Ray Parker Gen Mgr Hotel TeL Area Code 914. 7944000 • Or See Your Travel Agent. i*i d • a t • •



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    Iiae 10-A ( age 14-A #m/f nwit&W ) Friday. June 11. 1965 \JC Meets Erliard Continued from Page 1-A pre \:i. Germany, under ires their inherent [utility." Theire KUenoif. chairman of the uip' Civil Rights and Civil Lib i Committee, said in his tarto the Governor. For the past twenty Odd years Committee has opposed group -I legMatton nationally and In %  se • %  r;il states Altntagh such i-hiiion is generally Intro( %  <•seph Molicn. Sol Schwartz, Fn Shields Harold Malm. Not man Mi hael Cleii S Sieei Arthur L; D W illiam Silver First meeting w as held Mot evening in the Musii R At the first installation of officers of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagoaue are (left to Sam Lenovitz, Benjamin D. Wilson. Dave it, |acob C. Cohen, president and found. ling the gavel, Herman Schnei Fahbi Tibor H. Stern, who officic'.ed at the installation Rabbi Abraham Weinschneide: senior rabbi George Simon. Leon Gottlieb and Julius Schwart u tl IN CONJUNCTION WITH SHWUMH CfMRATION Cohen Synagogue Torah Dedication Held on Beach Holida) of S h a v uo t h was celebrated at the Jacob C Cohen Communit> Synagogue, with d on of a new Sefer Torah don ated b> Jacob ( Cohen, president and foundei 1> %  d i c a 11 o n took place on (he fii -' daj ol shavuoth on Sun The pulpll "as huilt into ., mountain oi green branch) replica oi Mount Sinai with d< ol the Ten Commandments Hie mountain decoration was read> prior to the holidaj and the synagogue was open l i visitors ii Tibor II st rn, spi leader lias jusl returned I New York, where he sell i ted I %  Torah prepared especiallj tl mantels to tit the ornaments the synagogue 1 RENTALS: EFFICIENCIES, DELUXE EFFICIENCIES BEDROOM APARTMENTS, DE


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    Friday. June 11, 1965 -Jew 1st ncrldi&n Page 9-A N. Y. Rally Raps Soviet Bias At installation ceremonies of Young Israel of Greater Miami are (left to liaht; Dr. Sol Nussbaum, outgoing president; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader; and Harry Lerner. incoming president. Young Israel Installs New Officers i t Harry Lerner has been elected and installed new prr ;ident ol Young Israel of Greater M-ami. Installation was held last week in the synagogu e sanctuary, with Habbi Sherwin Stauber officiating. Also installed into office were Murray Frand. Alex Oooze, Milton Gottlieb. Bern Lerner. Marvin Lipman and Emanuel I'ngar. vice presidents: Ernest Field, treasurer; Mrs. Abraham Auron. recording secretary; Dr Ira stein, publicity chairman President of Sisterhood is Mrs Murray (Jartner; Mrs Max Stern, president of PTA. Members of the Board of Di rectors are Charles Brar.der. Burt Brody, Ben Fishbein. Moses Gallant. Morris Gomberg. Louis Goodman. Joseph Greenberg. Joseph Gropen. Israel Itzkovitz. William Kreuter. Joseph Margolis. Alex Moss, Louis Rosenberg. Sidney Rosenberg. Ed Stern and Moses Weiss. Mrs. Sherwin Stauber assisted in the charge during installation ceremonies. Outgoing president of the congregation. Harry Ixrner. spoke. Incoming President Stern also delivered greetings. Both traced the congregation's eight year history, emphasizing the congregation's plans to complete a two-story classroom building in time for the i next school semester. Continued from Page 1-A right to have organizations m the Soviet Union and to have religious and cultural bonds with Jewish communities abroad Sen. Jacob Javits told the rally, which was sponsored by the New York Conference on Soviet Jewry, that it was "tragic" tha' twice w!th'n a veneration, a rally protesting anti-Jewish acts in Europe had lo be held He said thai while the success of such protests hail been -mall, they "must give new strength to our expressions ol concern." Sen Robert F. 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