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The Jewish Floridian ( July 9, 1965 )

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eJewish FlLorklfLaiJri 38 — Number 28 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida. Friday. July 9, 1965 Two Sections — Price 2C* to f-G Urges m With >d China AVIV — JTA i — For| resident David Ben<• n proposed Bhal the Govesmntnt invite i kj on from Red China M to brad t<> ee Its ments jnd probk DM Bove i" tasn Peking** pj ton i r i Israel Hi' bat tiio rond bo !*••" Middle East lay Eh Red China and asthat Red China's inwas contributing to stability of 'he region al>o dtockMOd that, as Her, he had been "perinvolved" in four atat mediation of the -Israel conflict with dent NnOMf of Egypt lid one of the attem its jntjated by an American %  sary" of l*ronI dent Ei[.wer "and another bji gh st.it.Depnrtmenl third attempt. he said n ade b> a British journ 0 Interview) i Nai he t'Hir'i thi 1 Ol 1 I I i'tv-idi nt %  i • i %  1 '. > ct when Nas led All .it lex ZOA Elects Torczyner; Lists Many Resolutions IACQUIS rotrczrwri fefcn itr helm New Attacks In Bamberg BAMKF.RG. W. Germany—(JTA) — New anti S;-mi:ic unearings, inchiding • m aimed at Chancellor 1 %  rig Krhard. were found this week i n three l>uild-.ng and menumeiit.s in Bamberg, the scene earlier this month of one of the m..st HIS outbreaks of men vandalism in postwar German btsl rj Anti Semitic stiekoN were pasted ..n tl • building] and anti-6emitic scribbtings paint d on them ,,i the s, I "This ii f'>;' Continuerl on Page 15-* Japai Party Internal lit Appears Certain T Elects her Prexy — (JTAi — The Jewish r of ORT was emphasized non-poiitual character .n resolutions adopted at (pe u minority members proved t. rid ORl Union confreaa l(e inaccurate. Ben-Gurion an nounced last week he intended to •40 before the VOtera with such a list headed bv him TEL AVIV — (JTA)—The Mapai II i rel i! lal wsrns Pre mier David Ben-Gureon's InUowers .11 his power struggle with Premier Levi Eshkol thii week that the minority could not remain in the party and still launch an independent list for the November Parliamentary elections. However, none of the minoritymembers attended the secretariat meeting and advanced warnings that action might be taken to ex week. Dr William Haber. juversi > >if Michigan, was i nehinnl i f the Central the I n i o n and Daniel .* nan.e i i n.iinnaii ol it |\< Committee Mai Braude med direct) r genei ll i on of World ORT Union h* .uled by Daniel Mayer WfUMAM HASfR Centre/ ai4 Ckicf The secretariat deci. J *d to tend a delegation to make • last minute appeal to Ben-Gurion for unity and to invite him to attend the next secretariat meetir-.-j to talk things over. The former Premier said he would respond to the invitation only after it wit made official but a BenGurion spokesman said that BenGurion probably would not accept the bid. Before the lecrotariat me, ting. Mapal secretary-general Reuben Barkatl called the minority plan for an independent list "pernicious and anti-party The Ben-Gurion faction retorted with a charge that all of its proposals had been rejects! by the majority. Meanwhile there appeared to be a Brining of the belief among both majority and minority that the spin within Mapal was beyond Continued on Page 2-A By Special Report NEW YORK — Jacques Torczyn or. of New York, was elected Sunday president of the Zionist Organizataon of America at the final plenary, tension of the 68th annual convention <>f the organization at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria. He succeeds Dr Max Nus-baum, < Hollywood, Calif who completed three one year terms. Herman L. Weisman. of New York, noted attorney and Zionist loader, was elected chairman of the National Executive Committee, the ruling body of the organisation between conventions, succeeding Torcxyner, who held this office for the past three years. Dr. F.manuel Neumann, of New York. w.i. reelected honorary president Harold W Cannely. of Brooklyn wna reelected chairman Of the National Administrative Bi ird. and Leon llutovich, of New Yoik. national ancretary. (i her national officers elected included Dr. Marcus I 'vinson, of ton, Tex., vice chairman of National Executive Committe of Indianapolis, rial \ ; ministrative B ard • \ i York ••i • : '• • j ,. in and %  \.,t:onal !' name I 'in mitti %  National vice presidents of the Zicnist Organization of America elected to office include Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl, Miami Beach. The newly-elected president of the Zionist Organisation of America t rings to his office %  long record of service in the leadership in the American and World Zionist movement. He is a member crt the Presidium of the World Zionist Actions Committee and chairman of Use ZOA World Zionist Affairs Committee since 1952. He was born in Antwerp. Bel ghim, in 1914. where his father lerved as president of the Belgium Zionist Federation until the | innin | of the .second World War. In 1945. he was one of the 18 ongUNREMITTING VIGILANCE' Protect Israel's Security, Zionist Organization Says DR. LEHRMAN IN PLEA PAGE 10A NEW YORK — (JTA) — American Zionists were called upon this week to display "unremitting vigilance" in helping to safeguard the security of Israel. The call was isued at the 68th annual convention ol he Zionist Organization of America by Rabbi Max Nusshaum. outgoing ZOA president, who delivered the keynote addre.-s The opening session of the con vention at the Waldorf Astoria Ho tel highlighted addresses by Israel Ami assndor Avraham u.iv man uh'i broughl greetings on behalf oi "the Governmei l and people i t i re I, Sen Jaci b K .lav il %  an I Pau 1 Screvane, chairman of the New York Cltj Council, who wel e i the d< I on l"-'..' I York Rabbi lr\ Miller, honorary, chairman ol Contmuvd on Page 6-A CHARUS JORDAN succeeds Koset leevitf Charles Jordan Will Head JDC Operation Continued on Page 5-A Nl u YORK — JTA) Edward M M Warburg, chairman of the joint Distribution Committee, an nounced this week that Charles H Jordan, of Geneva, has been named secutive head of the welfare agency, with he title of director general Jordan succeeds Moses A. Leavitt. JDC executive vice chair man. who died in Geneva last month. The designation was made at a special meeting of the JDC Admin istration Committee. Mr. Jordan will continue to maintain his head quarters in Geneva, but will be coming to New York for frequent consultations. Serving under him will be Herbert Katxki as Deputy Iv.vctor-Genrral in Geneva, and • tel L Haber, as n. putj lired • ieneral in New York. Mi-i><>r tl j I. Speiser, assistant tre or. will a-some additional duties as JDC Secretary. "Moses A. Leavitt was a man of unique gifts," Warburg declared. "Mis extraordinary contributions affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children in all parts of the world. It has been JDC s good fortune that for the past ten years Charles Jordan has been sought by governmental and intergovernmental bodies, as well as other voluntary agencies. He has our full support in the difContinued on Page 13-A LOYALTY TO GOVERNMENT ALSO RESOIVED So. Africa Jews Affirm Faith JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — The Sruth African Jewish Board of Dcpujes closed its biennial con greSS h :<• this week with a decision to exrarwl its services particularly in the tields of pubUc relations aimed at promoting goodwill between Jews and nun Jews in this country a "d In expanding its Jewi .h culture and you.h pro grams. Among the resolutions adopted by the Hoard was one reaffirming the liyalty of the Jewish common Irv to South Africa and expressing the hope that the Republic would continue its progress to benefit all its people. Ihe Board also rcaf finned the community's cultural and religious ties with Israel and pi dged all possible assistance to Immigrant settlement in Israel Another resolution expressed "grave concern regarding the plight of Soviet Jewry" and urged that the free world bring pressure to bear against the USSR to allow religious and culture freedom and to permit immigration to Israel where desired. The Board also called upon the Gov ernment to ban the entry of Naiis into this country in the same way that Communist! are barred. Dr. Teddy Schneider, outgoing chairman of the Board, was elected president, succeeding Naomi Phillips who was named Chairman of the United Communal Fund. A bitter controversy between Or thmlox and Reform factions which il plagued the South African Jewish community for years was Continued on Page 6-A



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Peg I ?age 2-A rjeHittntridtofL Friday, July g YMHA to Launch Saturday Programs In Keeping With Spirit of Sabbath a' Saturday evening. May 22. marked the fust presentation of an award given by the'lsraebte Center to the 'Most Outstandng Woman cf the Year." Presentation took place at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Hyman firmer on Star Island. Mrs. Che :-r president of the Dora Stein Sisterhood, was chosen as irst to receive "The Woman of Valor" Award from the ^abbi S. T Swirsky presented Mrs I Mapai Party Internal Split Appears Certain Continued from Pag 1-A the i | Informed observers indicated hey believed that Mosne Dayan. %  o r m e r Arncuiture Minister, Beth Torch Sets Film Series Here %  %  in UIJ Oi V I I Isi eli %  to th, % %  % %  i [rft .ill be n woj'd join the independent list despite his public aMtrtiMi H)l the wiser strategy wou'H be for the minority to fight for its views within the pa'ty. D resigned previously as in expression of hps opposition to Bshkol s policies It '> I ma Greater Mtam \ IA announced ,,i Sabbath afternoon BCIIVUW* ita new facilitj SW S Ml beginning this SaW I,, i lettei to members. YMHA Prtcidenl Paul Fa*** *iat*1 thai cultural and reereattoneJ pi* in keeping with *e Sf*bn u,ii be scheduled between I and -, pm Activities will include rams with Jewish content, plays hj th.Children! and Cults' Theater VVorkm at • ; W**** •""' '• folksinsuH atom 'r> tree uat of iha \ m Raattoaal fee* ities "The Beard of Directors of the Y recogniies a further respon sibility and opportunity to strengthen Jewish life and cul ture with these programs," FasIce said. "We believe we will fill an important need by offering Jewish families activities to en hance the Sabbath spirit %  : for Sal prtil i ill 01 1 i %  'i I Chairman of the V'l Sabbath Programming Committee <•> Mar rris, Servirj with him are Harry Smith, Barton Udoll, t.e--.n Kaplan, Leonard Loria, Joseph Lipton and Milton Balsam. yM.ndYWHA *d Skol* ,,-,u ,v^^ „,„ pragrtm ractor of ft* Jaw* OOuirad U* Departmeot irill direct PVi pre Milted b) tb ihiWr.-nami A.I ulU Tfcaal* \V..tkhou. "lARKK HEARING AIDS WHiurou WAIT Imperial tfearwrf Ifi J, MN.E.JndAvo. 377.11m mm num %  Tt d w wit* THE JEWISH HOME J FCR THE AGED J NIC OS FOR ITS i THRIFT SHOP J ail YO.T rurnitur?, Clothing, \ liner's. Dishes, Dropes, Etc. \ PLEASE CUL US FOR PICK UP \ THE JEWISH HOME FOR ) THE AGED THRIFT SHOP j 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE ) Ph. 696-2101 *9u vtKynirai pC)ij-T^^v inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1 3595 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 3 PR !f-;M#7 COLORED HIGH SCHOOL G'RLS< t as MOTHERS HELPERS *'8 Wk DAV WORKERS $0 FARfc H CH TVPt WEEKLY MAIDS J RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP J MEET OVR ANCESTOR... The Sugar Bowl i th* Cupboard... Where ojr grandmothers kept thilr Savings. Today, YOUR SAVINGS at Jefferson EARN MAXIMUM INTEREST by Law PIUS INSTANT LOANABILITY" *h,ch your *ocount builds for you daily! 45 various Banking Facilities are as close as your neighbor... Notice our addreu and how close it is for you! JEFFERSON 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH M 41at Street & Pine Tree Drive Merr.br FEDERAL RESERVE STSTBI FEDERAL DEPOSiT NSURANCECJ'P T\VI\ CITY GLASS CO. 61/ARANTEfO ERRORS -STORE FRONTS KIRHI1URI TOPS RE SILVERING Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for Surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real M AMI < Excii'Sivr nm^H Ciafi>' A-.OCOMMUMIY MA, MO 1-7693 ANTIQUE MIRRORS 4 Custom Picture Vrumium l_ 1 14,h S, "'W.B. cloieo Saturdays T.I. JE 1-6141 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY puS NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET 100 COPIES-$2 (PMOTO OFFSST) Anything you nd cop., LETTERS .. BULLETIN* %  LIST* FORM* REPORT* CONTRACT* *• %  *" Carff *rvino Miarnt S r • •%*. tS N.E. 13th Strt PHONE FR 1-0JJ15 SUNSHINE PRESS • • j WfMlll TOU w| Jt MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373 8432 ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISION or meklcan TITLE AMIVAilCf C O HRAJir WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! %  l Tomcn of Lotefhtj, n %  liabii.ty ami 'uiiilerslandiinaT aaWaW a Oner personal seryica at a oost no greater than ordiuarv Bervice.Moreover.RlTeradiM:iiaiH>ls..xonvf*nieBllvlocatnl in Coral Gables. Miami Beach ami .North Daile Coiiuls... serve all fifty statw. That is why so many famili. s ask Rivi-rside to take charge •llBJJMIoiatl riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS • ;'janrl Altin It.*d JE 11151 latS.W.17l • B I



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f' Pcge 4-A -Jewish Floridian ^. owo 0 „a nr SB BB B* SSSaObAttflO; Telephone FR 3-4605 Th ^ ,.;-SMT^-ijSJSyalS retype Communications Mian, TWX gS^s^ Sf^ 305-696-4869 En8i^-^_^^ — SUBSCRIPTION ATE: FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher ^ uJJjgVJ" LEO MTNDLTN Executive Ed.tor r^nbeTTs BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Volume 38 ^^ ^ g 1%S "Th. Jewl-h KlorMhn .1.. not ft" !" "!" ^ "" hrUlh 9 TamU2 5?25 of th meivluindlii* .vernsd In lt column!. Friday, July 3 during the week as i see it • • • by LEO MINDIIN The Task Before The Zionist Movement The 68th annual national convention of the Zionist Orqanization of America in New York City over the July 4 weekend discussed jx variety of issues, principally the /.OA s role in a world where Israel is today a political reality. This has been the major Zionist issue since the reemerqence of the Jewish State back in '.943. Not a sinqle convention has taken place since then that did not study Zionism's new task in the light of the fulfillment of her oriqinal reason for beinq. Over the veers, the ZOA had many challengei mount in of its own surv suri •he most • .. h 3m former Pi rael I hurled 1 | %  the insignificant ::can Jews to the new State. By now, the Zionist Orqc oi America has sustained and withstood the most lethal of all these chcllenqes and seems once again to be qrowinq despite its loss of strength, an achievement due in no small measure to Premier Levi Eshkol who, unlike his predecessor, is an unremitting source of encouragement. The theme of the convention, "Israel and Zionism — Partners in Jewish Survival." harks back to the early days of post-Israel Zionism, when then ZOA President Rabbi Irving Miller, standing at the helm of a floundering orqanization, called upon American Jewry to qrow into what he described as a "spiritual identification" with their brethren in the new Middle Eastern republic. It is hence comfortable today to speak in these terms, but a developinq comfort should not cause us to stray from some of the oriqinal problems besettinq the Zionist movement that have by no means yet been resolved. Principal amonq these, as the venerable Mr. BenGurion himself suggested, is the scarce aliyah from the U.S. FACILITATING PROCESS Of ALIYAH Mr. Ben-Gurion may have been offensive, but he was not unrealistic in his appraisal. One of the ways in which the Zionist movement can best serve both Israel and American Jewry today is to fcc.!:!ate the process of aliyah. Those intimately ccguainted ••he issues at staKe in immigration to Israel know full well that Jews : ,-xp^ attract governors and eanilfemn from across the country t,, as members of the cabinet Already listed as among those certain to attend are r,ov n William W Scranton. of Pennsylvania; George Romney. of \] 1( and Warren F HeBrBM <>f Missouri High administration wiU include K Sargent Shriver. director of the Office of | Opportunity; W Willard Wlrtt, secretary of labor: and John nr secretary of commerce Associate Justice Byron w white, of the United States Court. wi]i be among prominent jurist-, expected to spool gressmen due ben include Sen Edward V lx>n .1) Mo 1, s rs 1' Fli Rep Thomas B Curtis ,K Mo |. Rep R^j Griffin lR-111 and Rep Frank Thompson .ir dVNJ.) This is a stellar arra) particularlj for a convention who* sessk nssn slated to be held in a Miami Beach n long At least two functions : into th.posh Hath Club It u a dil t task 1 '' Bar Associal 11 Ft; .. • %  !< i 1 |] ... • IM|| at a t'ias mfecto %  all) big THl AMIKICAN BAD WOIUD PANOll TO B'GOTS. T HE POINT NEED I d 1 I I to the Bath < | %  • ... f ex pre! centers in the north Thi • the Bar i" pandi t< I itrj who would prolong the %  < %  ny, who would act %  Kptosit. than as a catalyst toward ant itgamBtiofi who would divide us I an umbrella of chaos rather than unite us in the American
  • i responsibilities, that its jf participants are reported to have had BO knowledge of the 8 man's decision. Now it appears that when committee representative the restrictive policy of th.Bath ( lub with rluh officials allegedl) assured Negroes ,.members of the American B ation, would of course in welcome (o attend conventio scheduled there Th. question of Jewish member* was • raised Neither ckx it 1 1 Pi rell .'r of I \.. pn sident of the Ami poi ions ) slly to make furtl --at the I • ption expiainin lies 11 immunit) 11 \n a nations; I I Jew t to at • '• • rricai lion" > %  %  < of I deal lead tun 01 c •a in ha el ts breach and correct the error in official Israeli ish Appeal with a studied, well-oroomed 1 of leadership and qeneral participation 1 Hence, while fo.mer Prime Minister Benphilanthropic endeavor both her aZ atroad THl PRACTKl Of VNGUSHOT TOUKANCt QOMPOUNDING THE METAPHORIC < %  !M v ,th. Iton belonging to tbi Dadi 1 ho work here throiichmit th. whose sensibilities .jj, offended t>v tt. beduhng the r.i\ Section function si U It part hem thai officers of the local chaptwd thi \ 1 un mittee have now b-i:iin to ad sel\ .-s What is • restricted social Garden of Eden'' *'<*"** ''> Harvi ...,,| h) the New \ %  "" • • • Surf Indian Creek and I Jewish the special Times fat*"" ing M the city aa I .. •• m !u led, are fierc | 1 %  '.. In as storj lenti %  i "t that "Not 00 Continued on Ptgm 13-A



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    July 9. 1365 P<, Jro /./ftukMOf l Page 5-A Torczvner Elected ZOA President i \ kp!e Menorah Vice President Louis Reinstein (right) conilales Samuel Malow on receiving the annual MemberAward at a recent festival at the Fontainebleau Hotel. laid Rosen, president, said that Malow enrolled "the most members this past year and has given his untiring efforts irery Temple project." Malow is assistant financial secreof the Temple and serves on the Membership and VisitaCommittees AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL CONFIRMED orld ORT Meet ives Ha ber Helm baal u Continued from Page 1-A it*, wu received by I'n M It, The Italian Presi •• • ded tn the 1" Jewish 1 i beet w (fhea for the future *jt ORT and itwork %  hat ] The tlegatas confirmed the ORT it 'tmtnt with the Israel Oaf^hsrrvent under which the afaaaar* ""ill expend its program In tartrof increased enrollment in QRT projects. The delegates alse) er-proved maximum efforts h> ave c obsolescence of ORT at*] >T' J JrJ %  rhjal VUHdl I Just a small revolution! fig Change in... I Filler Cigarettes Mew Tobacco Blend lore Tobacco Taste instruction techniques by setting up new seminaries where instructors will be kept up-to-date on rapidly developing technological and teaching methods. Refresher course* will be made available to former pupils. Dr Abraham Sachar, president of BnndeJj University, warned at a iMnnirf at the done i>f the Conjress, that the many indications of ini proved attltudea toward Jewa in many part"t the world "should not lull ua into abandoning Hie realism of so If help." He praised ORT for following that principle He also warned against the decline ..f sen-iti\it\ among Jeus at live in communal affairs, saying ;h.it "too many of US have become tired and we are !.•responsive." live Former French Minister, -peak ing at the dinner, cited the "wideU Increased tasks" In France and m Israel, requiring the effort-, of ORT ami the Joint Distribution ( ommittee and the Jewish Colonization Association He %  —n t oKT was helping not only Jews but Ofl in mixed Jewish Arab slum la in France, and helping also in African countries and in Iran and India. Continued from Page 1-A nal nr the Frienda Mr David Ben Gin Ion He was a member of the Ju Itifkin Committee and of the Spe ., : thi I %  ish \ cy, which completed a stud) of i lacing the Zionist mow • after the creation of the State of Israel. He is a founding member of the Board of Governors of the State of Israel Bond Drive and for many years has been aerv ins as a member of the Executive Committee of the United Israel A|> peal. A graduate of the Solvay Institute of the University of Brussels, Torciyner has written and lectured extensively on Zionism and all problems dealing with the economic, cultural and political developments of the State of Israel and the Jewish people. He is at present assistant general manager of the RAASCO Israel Corporation. The convention closed is business leaatona with the adoption of a series of major policy resolutions dealing with the Middle East. Israel and World Jewry Among the resolutions adopted was one calling upon the U.S. Government to maintain its economic aid to Israel without denying similar aid to other countries in the Middle East who do not employ or threaten to use such aid for aggression against Israel. The U.S. Government was also urged to strengthen Israel's security and deterrent capacity by direcrly supplying her with the arms necessary to prevent military imbalance in the Mid East. Am U s Government to make clea • Arab untenance the apil sion <>: IsraeTa w atei soui i convention weh ome i the recenl action of the U S Conis opposing the Arab boycott of I S busil • --men and firms. The U S. Government was ala urged to encourage every manifei tation of peaceful intent in the Middle F. a t and to insist upon Arab-Israel negotiations to trans late armistice agreements into treaties of peace. The convention also adopted resolution calling for the ratification by the U.S. Senate of the Gerocde Convention, and thus take it; ploce among the leading nations of the worid which have already done so. In a i ilution on Soviet Jev n reit< 'ated il sion of the Russ mitj nun I erbuj i to three million Members of inization were urged to continue Ifl 1 intensify their effortto enlighten public opinion concern;:-,.; anti-Jewish cultural die.nmination which ii being practiced in contravention to the Constitution of the Soviet Union. Wetstein Named Kepner Vice Pres. Mert Wetstein. public relations executive anil former newspaperman, has been named vice presi dent of Woody Kepner Associates, Inc. The promotion was announced by Woody Kepner, president of the Miami publicity and public relations agency. Wetstein. a University Of Miami graduate il951). joined the Kepner staff in 19.">9 as a writer He later became an account representative and was accounts supervisor for five yenprior to his new appointment Wetstein served as a sports writ (• %  for the Miami News prior to moving over to the Miami Beach I Daily Sun as spurts editor, a p5J8fr, Richard J. Buck & Co. 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    PC( = ?aqe 6-A P (I #.>n/f Ih rMtr Friday, July 9 proZionists Continued from Page 1-A ,. American Zionist Counci 1 Or. Nussbaum asserted h t for the first time Israel's arch MMtny, President Nasser of = g ypt, was confronted during reTent months by events which led -0 a succession of defeats for -,im %  He added that "voices vere heard throughout Moslem ands, from the innermost circles ;f the Arabs themselves which poke of peace with Israel or, ?t least, of moderation and re*;onableness." Dr Nussbaun stated th.it '"for .,, decades the Jewish people %  ighoul the world exerted all fforts for the building ol the wish Stati Sov Israel 1rea I) 1 in with the Zionist movement %  riktmg the Jewish people Dr Nahum G ildmann, president ie World Zionis; Organization, message from Geneva, de WaTi^dlo'SaJe^ard Israel .< thai "the Zioi il finds itaell in its development/ adding that 11 must m i" reconquer its leading Jewish lif< everywhere above all. within th. -1 ,. mmunity ol the *ori a. the I \ At Saturdaj nighl session t), Sussbaum read a message from lenl Lyndon B Johnson, who .. red .., U1 ,|i • : mj verj s to you and to the dele fective our resolve .0 break the vicious cycle of wars that have •fflictad mankind. The close gelation of the Z.cmst Org.n.sation of America with Israel and the Near East affords opportunty for the forging of new ideas and advances toward the un.versal peace we seek.'' Vice President Hubert Humph said "196.1 knov the 2 ins As Presidenl \ --• 1 i ke\ speech was pitched in due n"i '" ll v I* friend. Ben Bella, has been, thrown and. above all, deterrent power cools hit | brows." Dr Neumann said ft of makerin Was h ir) ,„„ to ., chan-'' 'ill inclined to M., mst.nce.wl **'*-•*.*** ir |j .ilt.uk 00 I"-"' 1 an e He cited Nasser being "mired with 40,000 troops and financial at loj in Yemen Egypt's economic plight as desperate; ho is his trusted in .1 5 jo so wei veai ol the founding 0 9 erheads with Syria; %  ll.iv IHKI him |D !*• .1 li..etg*ykl t!M> pas! Nothing hurt of ,,, nit American ;inrl SIHIH JJ HIM him fntm the end wtueti • •-er\< f : mi latjON and reckless military venturers formed an honorable role in 1 country's long search for world peaci "During this period when we celebrate our national independence, I wish to invite the convention to concentrate on ways through which we can make ef the an word nt e SimiHT ROOF l DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Visit th, STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a broethtsking Vow Rtfn! Porras on Accordion No Cover, No Minimum DCML on the ocean at 48th Street. Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 LAST 8 DAYS! Please Reserve Now! 0,:''" "Wonderful'' "Thrilling" "Exciting" "Colorful" KENNETH NELSON LESLD STEWART SToPTHEWoliJP I WANT To GET off a**-Wt %WA< v^ CHARGE TICKETS AT AIL JORDAN MARSH STORES AND BURDINE'S. FLAGLER STREET t 0ADELAND "INCfS Mcluf Wfd '• %  •' J-IS5 3)5 2M I 5. F'I I M. 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Including liability Insui P i> up & Delivery Se'. $15 301 23rd Street J Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 i goal idoeplj er, bj lln p %  "!'''• "i '• •" cianl people whose verj ,-,. • \s 'P4MC4 Hi-' 1> gave m.inkiini Ike tnapiring prophec) ol beating —rds """ pl< v, sharps ••In tinnuclear-rocket %  .in' indiapensab %  ; iU l in, Mankind can noi afford the IN % %  llcss risk ol %  • l becoming ignited in the Mid Ih East or anywhere '•!-< %  and leading i. ( ->,:ii\ to .i eonfUgration which might \m\ i rtl .ill mankind "Amerii a's • %  .• t neat wiah is, therefore, that all powers >>f the Middle East agree at the eaaileat poaaible date to resolve their dif fefeneea In the interest ol a just and permanent peaci JoiepH Sapriir, rntmbar ef the KnosMt, and chairman of the Liberal Party of Itraal. ttrestad Saturday night "with tha utmatt amphatii that any attempt to bring about talk* with our neighbors (Arab states) on the basis of any territorial concessions on our part or through the eettlemant of Arab refugees in Israel, will be formally rejected by the vast majority ef the Israeli people." He further emphasized thai "such claim* made bj the Arabs have no btaua whatsoever as f.ir as the needs of the nations surrounding us or the welfare of the refugees themselves are contenaad." Mr Saphir headthe joint Lib eral lleiut >late of condidaies. in oppoaitton to the dominant Mapai Party, in the ekactiona to th' Knes. set which will be held in Novem ber tinM-.I: Addi i me 1 mm dele Saphir aaai i ted that "ii btx refugees were repatriated to Irael. the} would form ;, 'lumpenrial which would %  • Ij menace larael's securit) an i itj lie t 1there >n to the Arab's .ii tempt to deprive Israel ol iti • in oi the wati it the Jordan River and Lake Km ; i are vital an t i our verj existence and which ar, allocated to Israel undei I %  Johnson Plan, n a m e d aftei its American author I):' Emanuel Neumann, in his address, warned "againat the il lusion that I ol Nassei has turne i 'moderate' in vie of bis i remarks at the Arab Summit ference in I airo il. Mud ttu I So. Africa Jews Affirm Faith Continued frem Page 1 A onh for thi for th. com 1 '' w P'aye m all field„i publu endeavor T • i the chart lo explain our ne* 4\ FULL IMLWLi-: a.e difficulty To us it make* se> M to ( daily %  *. If) havaa mal • • %  • (child's | Or bette' >et. give us a < 11 ui go personally I *M :. • ar from old a •-. a). ir word for il that i t profital place 1 -. is The M ami Beach First National Ban* United National Bank J/v///// JieaeJt /i/sf. \t/f/ft//////>'(////, THE uoDtns %  %  ••.r AITM TaaoiTiON %  UNITED NATIONAL BANK %  %  • • reaert :• %  ; %  *. t inuance Corpo-al on



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    July 9. 1965 +Jenlsti fhtliiir Paqe 7-A m ** if' iple Menorah confirmation took place recently conducted Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Ceremonies featured a cantata. ie Seven Golden Branches." Confirmands were honored [a luncheon following the services at the Deauville Hotel. row are Ellen Rappaport. Marlene Seqal, Arlene KapL Sivia Goldberg, Nancy Rubel. Linda Hall. Lyn Bornstein. Second row are Jon Saulson, Marjorie Lindenbaum. Wendy Mishkin, Sary P020. Penny Miller, Maria Taub. Debbie Davis, Helene Dwortiz, Nancy Gorodetaky. Back row aTe David Strickler, Steven Kringold, Zvi Honor. Susan Riesenberq, Rabbi Abramowitz, Linda Singer. Larry Feldman. Marc Sussraan, Michael Watstein. Variety Holds Celebrity Lunch At Everglades \ celebrity luncheon last (I; > noon 111 •> u 1 u ral c d -1 riea of rummer program* \ Briet) Club, Tent 33, It ;iI need this week bj CWH B irk r I;.T.I> Oxell \t.in i> e r Drives, and : ien la were invited to the I5iiny.ni R 1 j| the Everglades Hotel I 1 Willie Pastrana Brat ipoi la 1 ele >ritj slated i appear 1 0 i hairmen >>i thluncheoi Mel Karl, executive aecretarj f the Screen Actors Guild in da, and George MacLean, %  p> •' •I barker "i the Varietj Clu >. Variety Bponaon and auppoi 1 Variety Children's Hospital. digious School Testing Program Shows Gains in Greater Miami Area sajderstta improvement in proximate educational measure pntvement or laek of progress; t gain some inssgM into the neves et~ t :i u s ti 1 m 'lie Jaw Mi HRM! f>>r our schools, to compare use the community norms t<> test sary approaches to improve th< is has been revested Ir* t 1 aj^^ norms with those of the pre lha aflat ski IBWIII nf anr 1 isnlriiliim general educational standards in ^ t Jew^sh P Ed^ioatien accord cedtaas, T-* s '" ragtotac im and oiaiastiom efficiency; and to our c ommunity to an announcement of Joseph Brandeis Exceeds Campaign By Special Report WALTHAM Mass Brai li 1 1"%  1 v• -1 aitj 'in. r>v.udovdbpment campaign exceeded it~ $*.'• MiO.iMHi goal by nearly $11 mil'n. Norman S. 1'atili. ili.nrman II Board of Trustees, told more tin 1.000 paraoM ..Mending Hie uaivw sity'a prcan U sts ete.il l\ re in most "i the iiiarinui.il l> in Habeas 1 lea, in prayei 1 m luiiln .ii and modern Jewish i> I dramatic gain was shown on [tests in Zionism and Israel. r the increase in tha norm* of Judaism indicates that the is show development in ap•tioo o* basic Jewith cocv The marks also indicated rrable difference in ant of stvdonts in He departments and those in liay-a-weelc schools, even in .1 and customs and caramonfwmtch are taught in English. testing program ahw ahasred de4>) trade aah snee In the ,1taught, particularlj in she t>\a/here the ryrks appraach 1,v.1 ad .. At I in the at I ewi'i K uhm i "i the Bureau "t A %  In [tictent 1 nent in the m U SEVILLE HOTEL 2941 Collins Ave. Next ta Juniors •tylcs by EDEN ROC HOTEL 4525 Collins Ave. LOST OUR LEASE GOING OUT -—-" ~ 4> c'Acf 1 achite Enters val Academy 1 ited bj 1 I 1 Dante Faacetl to 1 ci the United States military i, pmies Uus 1 immer '" tear coui se "f train %  residents "i Florida's [ unal District I 1 nd all of • ie* v p v .1 in 1 I. S. AT BOTH OUR STORES E >• v EDEN ROC HOTEL IHIMI init i*n~*T *** "' %  SEVILLE HOTEL ,..,•.,!. 1...... M. tnr OURENTIRE STOCK OF FINE CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS MUST BE SOLO AT COST and BELOW COST!! LAWN DRESSING SIUCA SAND to qreen %  p talttirq lawns PEAT SAND to grow back dry, brawn lawns ,rida Silica Sand Co., Inc. CAll TODAY* MIAMI 681 4683 BROWARD 923-8323 Early Bird Special IMPORTED SHIRTJACS *3 5 3lor10 %  •(> %  '<> $10.00 lech Early Bird Special! SPORT JACKETS • ••vtarly UI. S5 00 1 10IN tOC 1IOII ONIT SUITS Regulu-lv S145 NOW $72.50 RecoA. ly$155 MOW $77. JO orly$l*S NOW $82 SO S175 NOW$87.50 ail, S185 NOWJ9V 50 Millllt' w %  • 'r %  > f ,•—— %  C^->' WHITE SHIRTS Regularly $10 00 NOW $-.5 SI2.50 NOW $0.25 113.95 NOW $7.00 NOW $7.50 >I6 50 NOW$e.25 •.I ?.-••< In HiwCHl, ti. nikiMl. ***!—• %  t' Bat>* ("'! 'Sit n> % %  i i^.i ALL SALES FINAL! EDEN ROC HOTEL 4573 COLLINS AVI. Open f venings Until 10PM. Sunday t !• 4 P.M SLACKS Rerjulo.ly J22 50 NOW $1 1.25 Regularly i25 00 NOW $1 2.SO Regul irly *:9.50 NOW $14.75 Pr |ula W 00 NOW $17.50 larl, $37.50 NOW$iS75 ii.ri.ii •-. tiea a< Was, atet —i %  [ awew %  Basjaaaseasaaaaaw^seaisBaasaaiaaM IttPORTEDWdOLSNfflTS Rey. ) NOW $10.00 00 NOW $12.50 't.ily$?7 50 NOW $13.75 Ragulorly $32.50 NOW $16.25 $35 00 NOW $17.50 kMkjeMi r 't C.tvm.. rn.. (mi el Mf, ''•• • %  UT f Of C JT0t OKI' SPORT JACKETS Reculoilv $o0 00 NOW $30.00 c ...•: S7.V00 NOW$37.S0 $V* 00 NOW $47.53 Renularly$i:C00 NOWS'5 00 $125.00 NOW $62.50 .c,iiiMwlH"'>l '. '•%  assasaaaSaSa*aaSBaiiaiaiaaa SPORT ShiRTS NOW $4.05 i ... NOW$6.$0 Rl arlyS135 NOW $7.CO arly $15 00 NOW $7.50 lariy$16 50 NOvV$8.:5 JhKl JKI T .. I 1 ••->• • V, k %  l.J Clln ajBajajBBBiajBaaavBHBflBVBBBBjBBBBsaaaa^a^BaavaaaBaaai STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE! SEVILLE HOTEL 2041 COUINSAVI. Optn Ivrn.nqi Until 10P.M. Sa*ay> t* •* ^^^



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    % %  + I<*ih* < i should hsv< T By Special Report NEW YORK — The American Jewish Congress held it* f urJl annual "Dialogue in Israel" this week 'Dialogue in Israel" this summer foeusing on the problems of Israeli and American Jewish youth Representatives of the college generation of both communities A ere the chief participants, it was disclosed at a pre-I ence in Stephen Wise Congress House national headquarters of Unerican Jewish Congn -bj Faul Vishny, of Chicago, chai of the AJCongress Commission on Jewish Affairs. Vishny, who headed the Congress delegation to the Dia with Shad Polier, Governing Council chairman, said the annual e • • was held at the Sheraton • iv July 5 and 6 and at Gival Brenner on July 7 and 8 Israeli parn lists luded Culture Aahron Yadlin : Minister of Education and Culture Aaharon Ya llin The other parth pants will I ily. nelists 1. The d Beach JWY Post Wins Top Honors VI r Veti %  -• M< rider, captun •ii ndani •• %  es at I 19th annual convi Department of Florida at the DiLido Hotel. O mmander Weinman won the Harry 11. Cohen Memorial Award r:s "the man who has d ne the moot for JWY for a period of Bv consecutive years The post was awarded a plaque for its membership programming and the Best Post in Florida citation. A post history book, compiled by Historian Abe Spinner took cone! place for the Historians Award in .. close decision, Miami Beach Post 330 WM also awarded a blue ribbon from National JWV for having achieved :00 percent membership before Dec. 31. 'WVVW>ANrfVia I'm v-ersit) in the field ol Jewish his torj • Neal Kozodoj. 23. of New York City, a 1963 honors graduate of -t at the Hebrew Universit) in Jen: in 1960-61 Mr Koi ido) is %  now at Columbia University on Woodrow Wilson and Danforth Foundation r< idying toward a doctorate in Hi brew Li terature and Jewish History Vishny, who keynoted the opening session in Tel Aviv, noted that the Annual American Jewish Congress "Dialogues" in Israel serve as forums for 'a candid and searching interchange of views between leading representatives of the American Jewish community and the people and the government of the State of Israel." Tlie American Jewish Congress "Dialogue in Israel." now an an Lime event launch' iio n the 1 aspora.*' In 19 • ists •'. Lasl mmer, thi "The l Us !.• Ligious Heritage. Di Ethos, Common ii DR. A. RANC GAUGLER announces the continuation of his PRACTICE OF PODIATRY by DR. LIONEI GOLDSTEIN and DR. S. DAVID SIEGELSON at Morton Towers, 1500 Bay Rd. Miami Beach, Florida Telephone 531-5123 Please Call at Your Convenience for Continued Foot Care. Thank You. PEOPLES GROl IP OF NATIONAL BANKS SJS= Under Original Managment • .t C,po Why pay more than our Low Bank Loan Rates? V r< add-on interest on new car loans — up to 36 months to repay. Take advantage of this very low rate. PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES Complete Tr u > Fooht.ej Norths jt 2nd Avenue t 95th S•• • M.*m. Shorn .Florida telephone 757-5511 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 27. 1950 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE NorthwMI 79th SlrMl at 33rd Avenue M ami, Flor,d telephone 696 0700 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 4 I960 PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK North,.,. |JS,h S ,.,,. .-. A .. North W r> Flo< d* Telephone 751 6611 ESTABLISHED MARCH 17 1951 PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL 3ANK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH %  •• %  %  %  H hwl (. ci S• %  • f ESTABLISHED MAY 1* lS* PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK Northweti Mi Avenue '. •:• %  I ESTABLISHED OCIOBER II l t j LEONARD USINA, Choirmcn 0/ the Boards PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF BAY HARBOR ISLANDS 9500 B*v M.rboTerri


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    •UbrttMbr***" Friday, July %  } 1 Dr. Lehrman Urges Wetewm # %  x/r# 2 —.. Judaism is more than a revelation, it li rttowntrelevant to modern life in prophetic terms, declared Dr Irving Lehrman Dr Lehrman spoke before the Sabbath mcrning !" of the 68th national eonventton <>' the Zionlsl Organization of America last weekend at the Waldori Astoria Hotel in New York City. a, the convention. Dr who is spiritual loader ol Temple Emanuel-El, of Miami Beach, was Lieberman Joins Schwartz Agency Ron Lieberman has been named an account executive <>t Oerata Schwartz Agency. Miami Beacn public relations firm A. sophomore at the Unrversilj Ol Miami. where he is Studying goveminent and journalism Lieberman graduated from Palmetto High School, where he was presm nl the Key Club and aportl editor -'l the school newspaper Formerly associated with radio stations WQAJI and WFUN. and the Miami News, be is the South Miami-Coral Gables correspondent for WKAT while in high school, Lieberman was a corresp mdet for 'he Coral Gables Times Guid. sports writer for the Homed Vews Leader ,„Lehrman quote. v bv H .,. press and i the pulpil bei i Neither will H* be H" It time .Dr. Lehrman fid KM can vention service, .**ng: "* th. Zionist Ore-n.i.t.cn of Amer tet to be big enough to accep from our own midst or from Is r .el, in the trH of our revered rabois. who drew a clear distinction bttwaan the bitter harangues of Kor.ch end the constructive and honest differences of opinion between the schools of Sham mai and Hillel." Declared Dr. lehrman "TV /•' onist organization will not depend upon status bul stature H* \„ n's leadership was vindicated ,, v t he sprouting "t his iBrfl '"" almonds, the Zhmlat aaamrmni DM51 continue to evolve on Me 01 ., true leadership SSheae HM1 buds an the re rion of the land but also BK elected a national ie ZOA Or Lehrman told the serv.ee gathering that "the Zionist Movement represents the heart of world Jewry. Z.omsm all tnese -ears has striven f r the establishment of a Jewish nat.on in Palestine. Now that the goal IS achieved, it should continue Jo be the link between the vast body of Jews outside of the country and those living in Israel." Commenting on a resoh.ti-i oassed to the convention ol the Rabbinical Assembly of Ant in Ma j r I em-man declared tha -this is not the first time criticism has seen directed against us. The Rabbinical Assembl) reaelution called for a studs Of the /.ion jst Onwnisation in lir*t of ine changes in today's world, including • v continuing criticism >> former Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon against the movement and the emergence oi an affluent and influential American fawsrti Cam munity Btoniam has tailed to score an; ; real achievement*: -ice me es shment of the state o| Israel. the resolution nugge a ted 1 11 called for a yearlong stud) oi alternate possibilities to traditional Zionist Organisation endeavor Reaponding to the indication "' "* C Inrth ,h.Rabbinical Assembly reaolu"II we are to h,or.hv of nntd Df L.hrm.n sa.d ttvs meant idmg me Jew.sh^ |S TI.. but of Knesset Israel and not only of Eretz Israel but of Torat Israel. I constitutes the nati n.mlthetai r Israel. 1 Lehrmi n explained tin* on thel me Mats tine article I ?"* imerican Jewry. >' r man charged thai it gave h.m no comfort Neither he Hid do. I he vanishing American .' .* o.,,ph>. still with us after ^ popular news m.r.a/irHpre*. Lion, irighten me lUit th. f^ tnatna that M c.,n Jewrj viii %  %  For tie ajusja U on is not <> of( I simpl> rather, it how?" Dr. Lohrman concluded ly ^1 c'aring thot "American J^,a| have to bo more than <>—1 —ihey will hee to roturr -,.1 jpirit." In thi regard. h ^yl the J00.0CO young Jewiw „^. I on US. college cimpuw-, ->*il "many of whom r* mhe ttfcf tieving in atheistic titt*MM ism. Jowishly. thoy are Thoy I i v • a defeatit life." It is BMflng them, he Zionism can begti the before i( of renewij a :h.Jewiah spirit ''ikl 'tyB P til .• % %  ,K^.iB*Ncr CfNT is yum BCST assuaawct. e^i HUNOa.o MSCAVNI iLW HO.TH MfJH MM • '• Ml. MASSACHUSETTS IUTUAL aaoer %  • %  • ^ FORTE TOWERS NORTH NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION wai PJIVATI IIRIACI* CINtAl Alt CONOIIIONINO PRIVATt TABUING uivAtoa MtVKI OOORMAN s.ev.Cl ouuxr KiiCMiNi INTIBIOR COtRIDORS Siavici coat ATMBOO"S WALK-IN CKMIT1 i HIATI3 (OOT SOA-OWAIK III SHOP RlStAU^ANT IllPNIiMID rPAttMIKIS I GUARD FORTE TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN AT 12th ST. and WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE532-7815 OPEN 9-5 and BY APPOINTMENT MICHAEL FORTE,' BUILDER. OWN ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO C • TtJCtOf MELVIN GROSSMAN. AA A



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    July S. 1965 •Je#tsi>fhrkMbfi Page 11-A Princess 9 Fiance Snubs Bias %  J B • %  -•, • 4>1 '••: %  BEBSS -• %  "•* %  -'^ %  k^ *J '•h| *** %  right are Judge Otto Stegemann watching Harry Wol •lrman of th? Scholarship Committee, award a scholarIC Miss Clara Sue Stegemann, while Jay Dermer. exalted : the Elks, looks on. Beach Elks Give Scholarships Twenty :i'<• hundred dollars m • i-hnl I i d 'Tc m.mi last week to. %  ni ri bj i i :, Elks Lodge, <>f v bidi Jaj l'i exalted ruler i. • holar h i>~. e ;• c li worth were awarded t" Clara Sue Ma snaaan Tan .. Tuaeaao Shar on K Gannad sL-;in Srotta, Rred \ ITIIlman, Sharon C Mai ins. Nancj EUen Furman, San \ Btetngarl, Mxriuel Neill Lanaer and Dale Joyner "Students chosen for these schol BtoMpsj nreil nut lie relatwl t" Eilm OMBBbasa," sanl Hair\ MM per, chairman of tii' Scholarship Committee. 'Tti'> niul show .i iii't-il and ,i (U-ire to continue tlu-n • i'uc.itHiii other* on the Scholarship Committee are bfsBBVBN C.ilman. Mam D Levenson. Al HU M, Eddie Rubin. Carl (rurttm r. Bdwafd K Lev inson. Harold Rosen Zev V\ Kog.in and Kuiurd %  GoMa w i T1IK HAGUE — (JTAi — Claus ran A m sberg, the Weal German diplomal and former member "i tfie 11 %  ;! %  rYouth Movement whos betrothaJ to Crown Princess Bi trut di the N e the r lands baa evoked widespread opposition among the Dutch people, asserted thia week in .i television Interview lhat he haii always rejected anti-Semitism. i can ii <• e r understand whj lews .iJews should be ill-treat id," he told the television a ence I have always re f u a ed to aiei as as 2h ai as er i*#tak< part in Jew b i Intj Sem Usm never entered tnj mind whiU i was .it school." He contended bx i.i.i be e n "shuttled into" t h e Hitler V'. utii movemanl Hiiaad tii;i; aa .i prisoner of war in Italy, lie >au pictures "i Naxi c mi enti ation camps li o n bj American arm) officers and was %  I palled h> the film 'I was nc\er ire oi SIM h i he di red li '... reported here thai Vmsbet en initiallj duled t" inFirst Seer the | ted West German] I ;. i!i l-i.i Metro Judge to Speak Metropolitan Court Judge Arth a u niton will be guesl speaker be ii re %  Public In* rmati m F< i %  nsored i" the Minn Be i Bai \-n istion a) i> m ai 11. ean Fronl VudiU im His topic will be Traffic Safi : \ iewed fri m the Bench %  h i Talks on Beach I |; ItOl 'ley will .id M iml Be u b B'nai unesMon iBMetin Lido Hotel Topk will be i • .il \m Pi |c mi Youth M Scholarship Encampment %  arold Miamian i* OH "I • • dents thriMiuhont the naIto le awarded %  acbolarahip KlK-a::ipiiient for Cili/eti .. he bald m NM York this tternn>K> <>1 6475 Bird Kd aaaaaaaatl Hal scholarship to in-eUno which hetun la-i i a gajtai ring is comprised "i ooununit} leaders ttu-ouaji anuniry. franklin I) Koo> Li' i director of the bi parti• ana^pufrram sjami -K\ senior government BBSS) ( %  • the I imersilv of Mi.mu tha B> aCtlM ill tile D.ule Coillltv B Democrat Club for several i His award was one of five ad to v o u ti | Denatacnta at the country. ftfMCHVS BONDED %  frYN SPRAY SERVICE ^m.viv WORM a FUNOLS CONTRACT IYIAR OR Six MONTHS T taltri Chinch tuf Ctmtrtl N TREl SPRAViNo PERT LI2-NG If i t 147 321 N.E. Hat* St. Florida •fay, tfl to f B'owia County Line •""• 6S DODGE"" O'"' n Cart M • % %  o*v assn p v,i BEN S RENTALS W. FUGLE* 4 4 4 4 4 4 52 Association Sets Games Party The jJ A>MKiation of (Greater Ml ami IN holding a gajanea pertj on Sunday. H p.m.. at Washin'.'ton Fed eral. ISM WaahinftOfl Ave In ch.ir^e oi ticheta are Mrs Hose .-Noicd ami MiJeanne Tratl The oriranization brinu-^ enter lamment to hospitalised veterans .HMI in;. IIK ial aid t" their families Coastal ^wers APARTMENTS 15^lS -T & COIGNS AVE. 946-632" ER 3-0326 I0F LEAK? € A L I, ii i on row us repair it or apply |new one. For fret late phone: ACME KOOIIX. CO, 685-1952 BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH IS 0* <•*•!%  1 ft 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS $160 ..... FREE CAMfEHNO ERK MARKING Voclf'l pen Q AM t^ 6 P V rr tJA^ '? Moaefo itf<-4": ap'"vii ty CENERALAEIECTRIC & G GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S W 8h STREET Phone FR 1-1363 mu VXWWAUL l-I.ASS roil KVKBV PIRPOSK! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS imtiturt ftaas, l,*,!*^ *lirrfj w4t Ktiilvring Our Spter — 5 beautil land• ens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! $ 131 only %  4U# %  !" >n' h| y ,or DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS ... Bedroom Apartments Availel PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park we prefer you be po&ilwe YOU COULDN'T DO BE TOWERS Rental Apartments OK 8ISCATME BAY AT N. [. 33fd SI. MUM, flMIM • Ml fl 3-3103



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    Friday Page 12-A +j+lstrkriHir Friday. July 3 j r^clicjieiis **~5* r vices 7/,i, It/eeLJ AGUDATH ACHIM 8305 C A '* Ortri I I AGUO*TH iSHEL Tt ICl rH Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac — • AMAVAT SHALOM TiON MS SV Cantor Israel Kerahner. ANSHF EVES 8833 W ••" Ave Conservative. Emanuel Kuehelewiu IETH DV'D 2825 SW Jed Ave Conservative. Rabbi Sol Lanaai. CantOI William W. Lipson — • B*TH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho T^IOK Rabbi Solomon Schiff. CAHDLEUGHTiNG TIM 9 Tamuz — 6:56 ; BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St dox. Rabbi Bere' Wrin %  ETH JACOB 301-3" Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH. HO SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Ben l amm Ben.Ari. • — BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Owue Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard MarcoviU. Cantor Seymour Hinke*. Fn.l.n 9 \.~ iin Gueet tpeakei Mar-1 • IETH Te"IL >H Av Or thodjx. Rabb' Joeepn E Rackovsky — • ,ETH T.-IRAH IMth St Ifll NB 1'th Ortho*ve Co--sr-.it vr Rabb. Max L.pschitx. Cantor Ben.Z on Kirschen, oaum p r Uln> Mm %  m — • | VNAI RAPHAEL 1W NW 183rd St Conse-vative Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Ltrnaf p in .-. in -n Rtl ll Sa t u rdn > %  :. \i tsva.li W • >l Mr ami Mrs H> Harris Mlnehn • %  %  %  \> %  • tUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MlHebrew Lesson • I • T wnig 13in nmnon rnp7>9 .sir? a*i m rr^sij D-raisn • T 1 I T n-nnoiaa nn ntero T v : : x T v : nvrnpna n^r-jn n^yiDn K'3H tO? *TX .BTS1 Tfl K 1 ? ... T v^ Dn -3 ,orn:r"n nx "D Til X*71 Q"la-IX3 ffl T t T : I l\l T .D^~3 13~"? -mn i3iynnsro T • T nrvn ,mtf 20 -is"? n-pin:? T : T T T T I : .... T ... ._._ T r rx nvnronn nnotoa "r\2VX2 rn-3 1 ? nfnng D'^viD uiz "is .D"'"?yi3n 151 .ons nun 1 ? tor D*\— r parc PT?tf? nrmn rx 5"]S piso;, ntt^pn ^gpaa .D -)3n i ? p^g arm ,o-3 iinn rx3 : • T ; T T %  • DirVv'n rrtiolag ^anrn -lan sr "3 nrnponn "?# i3iyn psro .vnn ^srtsS *rn ijWty D3 np t oy vnn "IDO *na •?# pah rrrpm trsthn n*3iy"3 o-ni .prnpon^ vyatyp nninon ^x") nn nr? D^yisn ^3 n-isn*? BnatPii latfnnttf la 1 ? D^XI D",mn ; : • v I r : • : • T OBPI ,Drr3"isai DrrriB*n 13 np^no n3pm rx M nmnona m -3ns piso 1 ? .onalyn T nw 20 rrtnn ntoisj nns t T T -:v T > icx rcnin ni/"Dn %  nD1 ? -T3 r.apn irniyoi ns^w %  • r -IT". n"]in^ Bnwtf frx ,noia 3-i.pa D-Tir.^ "jyi 1 ? The Religious Worker As it is known, a majority of the workers in Israel are members • the liistadrut. Various groups are represented in its upper bodies; however, the thousands ol religious workers of the Histadrut had no representatives No one brought forth their claims because the) were not organized, and no spoke for them. The Religious Worker group organized 2 years ago was the tirsl t.i demand from the leading bodiem the Histadrut that the workers' kitchens be kosher so that th<> could serve Hie religious worker. too. and that tinSabbath be observed in Histadrut undertakings as well Jthe servicing <>f religious 111 essities. Years passed since then, and today it is known in the leading bod ies of the Histadrut that the religious worker has a spokesman. The Religious Worker group was also active in education and built a chain ot schools in the settlements connected with Histadrut Today, the leaders ot Histadrut are aware that religious workers are entitled to their claims and neties, and for that purpose i department for servicing religious in 1 essities has IK-CI bed in the Workers Hista Irut. Now. the twentieth anniversar) of the Religious Workergri up is being celebrated This group helps the building ol synagogues, organ Izes classes in Torah for youth and elders in the worker settlements and immigrant settlements ( Published by Brirh Ivrirh Olamith) Yeshiva Class Elects Ciment Students at Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University's undergraduate colleee of liberal arts and sciences for men, have elected junior class council officers for the 1965-66 ar ademic year. Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean, announced. Officers include Larry M Ciment. of 1330 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, as president. Ciment. 19-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Louis Ciment. is a pre med student majoring in chemis try He was veledictorian % %  %  P "i — e MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAlM. 1544 Washington Ave O'thodox. Raob. Abraham Strassfeid — a — VIINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional. — e JHEV SHALOM 411 NJ-mandy Or O'faaox. Rabbi Ph.neas Weberman n R — e SEPMARDlC JEWISH CENTER 84b Col'ins Ave. Rev Cantor Sad Nahmill. — e TEMPLE AOATH VtSHURl'N Conservative 108! NE '83-d St., M ami Gardens Rd Rabbi Jo-ah E. Capian Cantor Mauri:e Neu. — e TEMPLE BETH AM 560 N Kendall Or S3 Via". Re'o-m Rabbi Herbe't Baumgai J — • TEMPLE BETH EL O* HOLLV WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Re'orm Rabb, San-uei Jaffe • TEVPLE BETH SH RAH 7500 SW I20t>s>t Reconttruetionist Rabbi Morrs S>>.oo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb — e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative. Raubi Morton MaiavSK* Cantor Ernest Bteiner. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 1J "-K Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser • M : %  — • TEMPLE B NA SHOLOM -6800 NW 22nd Ave Conierval -Rai I s M i hte Ca-ilor Abraham Reneman. %  S e TEVPLE BETH TO. S .V 8th St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi G'tenwaid — a TEMPLE EMANU-EL 170' Washing, ton Ave Consrvat ve Rabbi Irving Lehrman C inor A-.ier — a TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St Refo-m. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. e TEMPLE JUOEA 320 Pa'ermo Avs Liberal. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip or %  > v ,. n — • — TEMPLE MENORAH 670 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramoviti Cantor Edward Klem TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi I,. i"i, Laboviti Cantor Saul H. B-ee*— a TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW '6th St.. Mam, Rabbi Samuel Aonl Cantor Nico Zeldman TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th A. H-form Haob Damei M Lowy. Cantor Chet Gal* FT iu> | |, n • ... \1 ..-.-.. • .,. I b> Uuyd H .l..w. TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB 5 E 4tn Ave.. H.aieah. Conscrvativs. in.. II TEMPLE ZAVOHA 44 ZamOM A„ Conseivat ve Rabb. Hershel B-LOX Cantor ben D exson. TEMPLE Z.ON SO00 Miller R d Conservative. Raboi A '1,3 Wax man TIF-ERETH ISRAEL e^JO N M sm We'r,^ "" K "' M '"" SYNOPS.S OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK HUK I Numb K>11 for the n ;• G0d il d.t would gusto 'T T^'lvPle', co, ck the rock with nil rod Foi t... ; !',„„ m the divine power, Moeei and Aaron were ponlatoed „ tt never being abli to ei.te. the Protntoed land From Kadeih. the children o( Israel moved on to Mo where Aaron diel Thcncrhov circled the land of Edon armed at Transjordan trom the eWt drfeatlng the for,-. Sihon, king of the rUnorites and Ol king ol Bash This recounting o* th. Weekly ftfHy gues trulj take • %  %  < ation from 11 the summer months With the spa itual leaden <>n well d ierved \.i cations, and la) ders hip as well, it becomes difficult 10 slat d ui • .i p itiuve i m m e r program However, a syngue vi 11 b i %  i .i m p p gram, can or,.in ize Jewlali sum r living for can W I a t i n g di.-cuv Ii e b re • son opetalng and cl • tress thi true %  : our To i permeate d sphi re .'h the spinl %  Jeuish atmosphere in which ivh obserxance is woven into th-f..hr. >f i n~ can • fun I en ible .i sdai sm .nol an au I HABBI lOSlNfHO ,. n and enthusiasm d 'ltliin the ihild at .The rat In should become i r.il i>.ut Of Hie -iimini r cani program when he is in the citj v s ti the Hstbreat S>I>VI .M also receivi remelial rli" ,-, • them to enter the i |ai se^atona In •, pt.-mher Her,, •. ; o| -,' %  init) for I tuklren I %  ive special training during ths tiled setaure summer nuMittn i m er weekend retrraiMl • %  !.i\ men I %  v mai tful in varioua rnun ti< 11 iffords the Lag opi t> to dl synagogue ; and hil plans ::i •' re led racsstaoa a" %  a, arosjnd th| !; >.'.. %  i \ u >' Mud) can also be included daring .itv t pon tinreturn of therabbi Iroan hiv \ •..srvmii al^> t-ocour his memberstoap to take .i vanl [the little extra tune ohr hinng the wmmrr mwiht and consultation In .. word suiiiintT months ne--1 •nl arid apli II—.11) • I he synatiogue i t >f rOSed for the sumnn-r i CJA -Federation Mission to Israel %  %  _y_OUNG 'SHAtL %  .j: %  •-,, „ Arrangements .ire now heinc tot i Greater Miami Jewish !•'• serauon-Combtned Jewish \,j> peal M issioa to Israel and 1 according to an announcement bv Arthur s Rosichan, executive director ol Federation The mission, undertaken in cooperation with El Al Airline-, ii heduled tor this coming Septem liT "This will be the first mivuun to Usponsored t>> our Federation. -..ui Rosichan 'and resulted Iron interest shorn n b) a monber ol younger members of the community, who h a project tln-ir needs Rosichan emphasiied that rha mission will differ greatly from five ether Israel tours. It is being planned so the young people will have an opportunity to conduct an in depth exploration of Israel as it exists today, rather than merely visiting the many famous landmarks The muision. which will hwjj Special reduced uroup rateis *1 to active participants in the *1 of .he Keticration and it' "•" Jewish Appeal Because <>f it* VI cifsc purpoase. the misauon **'| purposeh umall. and aco'insa**!' tr> TLS are Itnuted. Vdditjonal information %  hie at Federation. 131T B HKd Miami T Schedules Camp Program Tween A CoCo I BW •n (or >!•• and girts at the YWW been tnMaatd this ma The -iiinnier caanp I liversrfied pragraoi • for -iv wet**. ne highlighU ol m 'In log and > In addition to the• otivitiea. the are plannini; a work IS


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    July 9. 1965 + kM thridtor Page 13-A Charles Jordan Will Head JDC Operation o m .ni • %  .,• •' %  %  M i r cani it* MM l dn< r th-r Hat • %  Irfii • i Log t* • n tO *>' ion J ad thram >• durin { !)i in.-i KOCOU' ik.. i n<* th i" m > f IS T)t er Beach Post. Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. prea United States Government Bond and Certificate of d for the best essay submitted by a student in the qradclass of the Mesivta Senior Hiqh School. Theme of the it in this Americanism program was "My Twofold ge Americanism and Judaism.' Receivinq the award Mesivta Senior Hiqh School qraduation exercises is Jacoby. Enqlish valedictorian of his class. Capt. Lester dz. ret., past department commander and chairman of ool Awards Committee, is shown makinq the presentaommander of the Miami Beach Post is Maurice WeinTHE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Pag* 4-A u-f) Cl toussti 1 These tuitous Aw:i ion am rho BCC iJewish and offers up %  •.(I jei I i %  %  • i %  i • eoda a:. rii v bins %  v <•" • self-ch Uon wrtl But fron: eat purp< ta. It wii' pt the ia\ if the) an %  • %  • i ml) once the) are not onto at all eon that the) g leffal MII !<> bif, try —and pit boot. Continued from Poge 1-A ficwlt task which lies ahead of him," Warburg stressed. Jordan has served as JDC"s chief operations officer since he nil named Director-General for Over : seas Operations in 1955. He served before that as Assi>iant D rector j General. He joined the JDC staff m 1941 as director of the Carih bean area with headquarters in Havana. He served in the I'nited States Navy during World War II and rejoined the JDC in 145 as director of Far Eastern activities. In 1948 Jordan was back in Paris in charge of the JDC Emigration Department which was responsible for the emigration of hundreds of thousands of surviving Jews from the DP camps. in 1959. .Ionian was named • < 'hey slier ol the Legion of Honor by tinPrencJi Government in re ice on behalf of refu ees in Franci He was also named co-chairman oi the International lei [oi '.'• orld K> hi ei i ••• Hi served two terms RS president of thi Standing Conferen< • %  %  \ %  \%  ncies W insj f o r Rel uge mposi and inl I i tar) .i i n< i n Phiradeli • Pi %  K. -•• who o i nod rho .'DC staf ; in Now York in 1936, has served th* JCC sinco 1939. *• cr?' for Woric! War II service. He w.'s named assistant director general -n 1951. Habor joined the JDC in 1947 as country director for the U S. Zcne of Germany. He be cam e %  tor general in 1958 and assistant executive vice chairman in 1964 at the New York headquarters. Miss Speiser served in New York until assigned in 1939 to aid Gen. 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Miami NA 1-3601 ,e*er ofl^t RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS FOR SUNDAY MORNINGS TEMPLE EMANU El Fort Inudrrdolc Solory Basis, September to May Call 583 1900 or 522-5837 PALMER MEMORIALS "M.omi'i Omb/ Jewish %  H #sV# M C BTT Bo/lder." LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE I Schedule d Un veil met SUNDAY. JUIY 11, IMS lokesidr Memoriol Park IOSE JAMES. 11 O.M. Kahhi ]vnah Caplan Mt. S'mmi Cemetery SIDNEY KATZIF. 2 p.m. Rabbi S T SurirtJ{> WELL KNOWN CANTOR In Greuter Miami wonts enrage intent, for Hiqh Holidays, or yeorround position. Has served as Con-' 'tor for past 12 years. Please call) .H • i r m Phone 37-S-C816. RABBI I ordain d collcqrqrod., univ. de-1 oree. good spanker. vers;d in every 1 I '. ction of mbfcintcol X ccnorega• tionil activities it Interested in a I challenging pulpit. Write J.Z., col • Box ivi %  i, riO. 33101 CAriTOR • TEACHER I Ann 40. Experienced, good refer-' I encps, seeks position with comer-1 votive congrngotion. Small com1 Sll WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRYI Buy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MON'JMFNT CO. Aliomi't Only Jewish rWon.'menf Builders 3270 s w. SiK Streo HI 4-C921 Fr-or-i HI 4-0-l munities welcome. Write A.F., Box I 2973, Miami 33101. I CANTOR-TEACHER > Seeks position Miami or vicinity. 4 I Experienced, qualified, licensed A > references. Full or part time. Also I available weekends only to conduct < I Services and Sunday School. Write > C. T., Box 2973, Miomi 33101 4 CANTOR • EXPERIENCED Seeks position for HIGH HOIIOAYS. Conservative or Orthodox. Willing to fO for o fry out in Miami or State of Florida. Moe Epstein, 9790 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Miami Beach, Fla. Tel. 164 2146 ORTHODOX CONGREGATION in Southwest Miami seeks the services of Qualified SEXTON and PART TIME TEACHES. Apply BZ, c o The Jewish Fleridian. P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 V % IN TIMES OF SORROW hi^l express what word* cannot! 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    KMHtfkfiJUr Friday Pc Page 14A .-• %  I Gables PR Man To Co-Moderate C^ MM fn m Florid • !, ni Illinois, have be. '"' H crs of the action Program to b> i National Public K-l t 1..11Soeiet) of Amer„ ; convention in F* *nr m AUKust Honald L<-\ itt. of Cowl l.ables. ,-r\ N in the licld. In addition to heariin lot Chapter of I'HSA, L centls as elected to a t term as chapter Mtgajtt to PRSA National Assembly ^ Cesatonal KTOIP > s.*ovemi • twa lion; Ben Lucol Be Hi Torch Camp Now in Full Swing Virs Cohei %  % %  thi camp activities conducted bj t li v. i i h psychologists and temple Tinteen-age progi i ,_,,.,; as ,. r .,.. sion. Beth To rail a three-day-a-week s c h i l sen -, C es during th. t>a Camp, under the leadership ol sports, crafts and dran I "" .""-" "** Al'lil STA for Golf, WAIKIKI for Swimming WIMBLEDON for Tennis. BROADWAY for BnterfaiHieflt PARIS for (uisinv the CONCORD for all of (hem! THE WORLDS GREATEST STARS 3 Nig htclubs5 Bands GOLF ON 3 COURSES... One of Resortlard s great OUTDOOR POOLS. INDOOR TROPICAL POOL and Hea:th Club 15 Championship Tennis Courts Riding FULL AMERICAN PLAN (3 marvelous meals daily) DISCOTHEQUE DUPLICATE BRIDGE WEIGHT WATCHERS! Name your special diet! We'll show you how to keep it. Weekly Diet Lecture. ANYTHING GOFS '2 CONTINENTAL SINGLES WEEK Sunday to Sunday August 22 29 4m A *ai>iilous A* i %  3 turtations. mi ,,S3 most resort : • Rouno The C'o' Discotheoue • Moonlight Poos de Bullet • Matinee Dansar.ts • Bathing • >e Ye fa>hion SI • %  I ''art, • Can Can Omner Dance < '< P <* rnt uc Morn.-g Champatna Paries Party • Bejui Arts Ball • Bosle a Bnges • Vmn a' "j dew.. BOCK NO*' // %  i. M..,I/ /" yt/nr lu%i .nii/.'r, pitrtif. %  ] Sperial Vilay package ratcfc ""Pf Sunday Thursday AuRu-t 22 26 "4r (' -' *• if Jf> -. w %  -•-..•. --• -. w;. ^ ^ .-, • _. TMf "awW's foremost rtsort' MOTEL •A LAKE. NEW YORK. (My 90 routes from N Y C Ra, rariw. General Maat| Hotel Tel: area code 914.794-4000 Or see Your Travel Agent a ana only Bahamas limays has l daily flights and a special 1/ hour excorssonlgrelo %  FREEPGRTf22 30 i daily miami to ireeport 4:00 am 8.00 am 11:00 am 2.oo cm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 10:00 pm daily freeport to miamf 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Bahamas Airways AN ASSOC'ATt CrBO*C CUNAftO OEMI RAl AUENT.I MIAMI' ITT-aSM / FT. lAUDlHOAll K4-*.';i W. PALM BE ACM Hi Ml) T •• any mor to choose the S b riofid* All VEAIS INCLUDED IN LOW FMKSI SHIP IS TOUR FIOHTINC HOTEL in parti %  • tain's 0 naar, Davtanra %  %  | rtj Ente itf ajnt a i l fkwr iSo*. drneiag, • movies • %  ••eeshopoirboard Two open air prorMnsoe OecM. tie* •ee patkinp. n V'3s 'if r^om Ftee t • holiywoodanoPt '. AND. The 5 t\n* %  M n t / Comoar* '. \jr\ *" '*" %  "* YOU' T.a.e! Afcent — Of STEAMSHIP COMPANY (PO %  isati •,"• Blvo • %  f a 33101 Itt SI • "J6



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    July 9. 1965 +Jewlst> fhrMkir Pacre 15-A Local Doctors At Convention A number <>f local doctor* w ere among the hundreds of optome and \ iaiton attending the fisih annual Congreai >>t the Amen ran Optometric AasocJaUon in \i u Orleans tlu> week Repn senting the Dade < <>unty Optometric Association .:t the i 1 • Lng were Drs. F. F. Archer, Shcldoe Do I) kin. S. Allen Gardner, Emanuel Puefakiii, [rwin K>ili and Jack Wolfe. |i.d Mrs. Emanuel Ungar were hosts to tirise party given in honor of the tenth ?rsary of Rabbi and Mrs. Sherwin Stalls', d a farewell to the Ben Lerner and Lerner families on their trip to Israel. Seated (left to right; are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Bon Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Ungar. Rabbi and Mrs. Sherwin Stauber, and Rabbi Arnold Richter, education director of Young Israel. ile Israel Town Hall Forum Will Off With Norman Cousins Oct 26 i '•• -.' editor "i me Km p i w ill o p e n II I 196546 i Oct ill be .' n Id Report I'i i mple w ill | \ n .i ol in \ Mar 1 K %  i s % %  • %  'Mil. ii. in I >nd I i tee are Miand Mrs Myron M Behrman Edward Cohen i^ exi live secretarj Con mittei i %  \ii^ %  \ ftgetfh MOST ftorn Coast to Coast/' -> at fljny of our ,y located" WGffOUT Amerjcai )0 Per Day fm/vdes: Id Ti ON • !• IDITIO-'. "• e THE BAIH •All TO MALI CAHPtTING IC'Jt'S IJINH MINGS t*lY OECOAIIO IOOMS MMMITI HOTEl SKVICt vdaVI MUSCK Mortis i i M New Vandalism Sscn !n Samberci ran OTKJ ,NER HOTELS It-DAY niMSK 2nd & 4th Tuesday Kach Month YeI Round TO THE BAHAMAS U.S. Coast l.uard Approved Full Dirael I'ower and Sails -TIIK PRIttK~ informal roinfort to island Wafcewaya and earitini Bahamas rrsort renters PHOTO 523-70 Ask Your Travel Agent — or Contact • CHEVRON MARINA Castaway Cruises IMI $ %  im CHMOII, "art u w ea r— H OVER LOOKtNO OCEAN AND BEACtt' i ILLINOIS AVENUE, TUNT1C CITY. N. I. [Our tuetts return year altar year for many reasons — SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned Rooma— Guaat Entertainment ProgramLovely Lobbiei — Ca(a Madison-Res* Itaurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUM >ECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our rooma hava> )ccaa View -Many hava TV. Few hava air conditioning, — they Jon't need it. Location ia tha Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Vmuiemant and Shopping Area. Ua Tha Madi ton Beach Chaira.^ )CEAN VIEWS7 / aVMMiit / For Menus. Color Folder, as *ia too* / %  • % %  •• / ttaai m-am e > fTO a M-T^wi WO K>M4 t Qtaa,W. fc.ua> /re Ikfra '..m P I .. 1 • Mi Mr>.IIII l.nl.\ Si M \ \l.n. \l %  Mc r M iml Mr* Ira K M l >i ami Mm ,IM ph I: S'ann \i Mi \ i II % %  !.I I: — • n, l %  %  M lu .1 I: '.i I Mi %  Mr mil Mi M i la %  .. MEXICO Offers non-sto(j DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to Asthma Chapter Installs Officers At Roney Plaza % %  n t IUIH neon in the i Br of LJ r i hildreti Asthma Re i %  Cont.nuad from Paqe 1 A \ • i .;. n.. y the N %  wards JWV Member Party Abe HotTowitJ Post, Jewish W Vetcrana is soring .> membi !>. ii! part) on 'I hui •• tie) evening il OOS NTS I71at SI Mi • \"v-t:• Gn mel is in ch of invitations At a i VI R %  11 Purisch, Mrs i u nts; > Mrs • i v Mi LIo; iti< %  CITY $ 1 64 00 For only JL \j M, round trip ty from W ts your trip If in the truly I I %  '.' i See your Travel Agent cr call AE30MAVES DE MEXICO 130 S.E. 3rd Ave., Miami • FR 7-2391 I QOIKO H Go by modem Seaboard Streamliner! r-pkVor.'rf'S Fair Hew England C* !.'ilet Seaboard • on .1 gay. interi ing tup there and c.i Travel on Famous Streamliners SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR Your chotce ol MORNING or AFTERNOON DBPARTURES. Pullmans and reserved reclmmg-seat coaches. Ime meals lounge-tavern car. streamliner stall includes a REGISTERED NURSE LH>ral checked baggaga allowanca REDUCED FARES! IN COACHES: 30-day round-trip tares to the North on sale May 1 Nov. 15 IN PULLMANS: 6-months round-tnp laiea lor Pullman travel on sale every day. Wonderful "Packaf,* Vacations WOULD* eam NEW VOUK THCATNI TOURa NEW ENGLAND CANAOA World s Fair admission tickets at reduced prices available at Seaboard offices For vacation literature fares and complete information see your Travtl Agent or nearest Seaboaid office. In Miami. Phone FR 1-6611. W J FICHT, liPA USA RAILROAD TNI SOUK OF COUailOUS SIRVICI



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    15A .*// rkrtfiir Friday July 3 M R ENJOY PEPSI EITHER WAY! 1 a J< fa n REGULAR OR NEW DIET PEPSI... BOTH HAVE FAMOUS PEPSI FLAVOR juui; 1 M at KM br llllllll IliMiil! IHIIII DELICIOUS REGULAR PEPSI Ice-cokJ Pepsi-Cola drenche ir thirst, refreshes er Its -::a r r \ t taste is sc invitii ean. Think yc--g :. Pepsi, pleas NEW SUGAR-FREE PEPSI New I 1 has less than one little calorie 1 %  ••' • I • Yet it tingles .-. th famous Pepsi flavor. It's all tasti no after: Try it today. c — Take home a carton of each today! • • ,„ •.



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    |ihe Sharett Dead at Age 71; is Slated for Friday... Pg. 12-B >*. w otwan s "WorU "elewislbi Floridliaxi Miami. Florida. Friday. July 9. 1965 section B n j ov ISABEL GRCVE Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Arthur J. Goldberg were ig the distinguished visitors to the new Israel Museum at aiem. which opened in May. The painting. Picasso's iy," was a gift to the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Leigh Block, of Chicago. The Israel Museum is one of ^y Israeli cultural projects supported by the Foundation. istern Cultures' At T Forum nphjl of Eastern <"ui Or Paul Byron Sprrow. the M will be thtopic discussed "ini-Dade Junior Colktft, will pre ,, .... e -ni the topic, which v. ill tx* foiImoi thly "\ Forum on Sun |owfd h> ^^ (r m U|f .,„,,, %  I IS I p m at the YMHA, ,.,.,.,. p r Sperow is a professor in l'.\ si -• it m announced the Humanities Department al I i lairn colic %  Mr an I Mrs Philip Greenfield host i 'inner party [i r his dad. Alex Gn • %  %  Id and Faye '1 up ler who will he married on Sun da; i i'i lr\ ins %  • n* n i r. mple Emanu El \hFannj Broad onl) guesl nui .. memtH • i f ;he family B Iween them, Alex and his fiance will .share ten married childn and eleven grandchildren. Herbert Buchwald, who re eeii i d in i.l B degree from the University of Miami Law Sih><>! in Juno will ho honored at a par's Sunday hosted bj )u< par ents, Mr and Mrs \ Huchwald A CPA for the past ten years Herb rl and his wife, Arlene, of M18 All >n Rd are : •<• parents if % %  |i i l inda and Dianne, ited ii" ir 13rd weddini niversarj w ith a dinner part} Chandlet "s \ Neu York sto bn ker. Handu man and his U have been vacationing in Miami II h for the pa i 20 yeari mark' ing five annivers< ries during thai timi at (handler's Miami Hi at "lites Ja> and Yaffa lii i mer played ho to brothei !'. :• Dermer and his wife with !• dinner part.-, .it Dore's where Murray F inklin is currentlj pi siding over nightly fun-fests Mr and Mrs Abe Kate, of 230e sv. .1st Tor., booted a cocktail and dinner party on Monday nigh] at the .1 a r d i n Suisse liestau rant in the Roncy Plaza Hotel to h -i r the homecoming of grandson, .'a> Bruce Hess, returned fi 'ir Manila, Philippines tor a Mrs Sam Mandlein.in month's vacation Jaj (..ni al the Far Eastern l sit) Institute <>i Medicine, u tor-ii c bief i I the "Medical Student tln-i.il | ..p. r Of the I He is the son of Mr and Mrs. id Hess Foil w ing dii ... ... s..ry cel< i ion : B'nai B I in the Cafe Pompeii of the R.0 Hotel, I'ri \y Mrs H, -i i\ • n ; re i nt ing the M i ter .it the di rtrict convi • Gui sts i lebi ating Jaj • m include i Mr and Mrs Ru Inick and Mr and Ii wm Ca ssc I — Mrs Cassi f -. the international!) ki c o in p r and pianist, time, Mana-Zucca. • A surprise anniversary par>r £ )• % %  and A r i h i' r on. •'••n last weekend al Fort' TowerAffair nay with entertainmen iy guests, I> in th) Mondri ; ( harlie Weinstock, and Murray Freeman Enjoying the festivities. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Mondrrand Mrs William StoHmon. Mr. and Mrs |) a v i d Taylor. IOg Merkur, Mr and Mrs ( Weinstock l %  nel Casnman hack in his Shore Palace apartmi nt t • Continued on P*ct SB U*p i til mo safo if in iHM-tor-fii uati i s %  %  I that great il gle Thesi t %  • for the t ru manring and slick fi' • ith belt loops some with side and I kets Your choice of dnp-drv polyester cotton, duck, hopsackmg, carefree Amel* triacetate • %  denim stretch Sizes 6-18. i\n ipontwaai ri rd lloo* DOWNIOWN M AMI %  r • • II •



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    +Jm1*tfkr****' 7 Friday. July 9 Page 2-B By EPYTHE SCHINDLER Beautiful Young Lady Eyes Goal Carol Lynn y '•\ K f Blum, dau..f Col. -Milton K. Blum. 'Ret. 1 and Mrs Blum, of 5851 No. Bay Rd Miami Beach, is a glowing, glamorous confirmation of somebody's old saw that it pa> be beautiful." As the ne 1>oed Miss Florida. Carol is the recipient of a $1,000 ca-h scholarship awarded by -V PepsiCola Bottlers of Florida. What I like best about beauty contests." said Carol, a candid young lady with -enous shining eves, "is winning >ehalarships They've been a great help in paying for my education ." Carol is a junior at the Imver si y of Miami, where >he is majiTing in languages As an "army brat." she lived wih her parentand brothers in many foreign countries. In Japan, she and her brother were the only non-JapaCAtOl trMM BLUM Beauty Oueen Pioneer Women's Confab July 25 By Spcil Report Harris 1. Wi tford, aasociati rector of (be I'nited StateI < n -. will deliver a major address at the opening session of Pioneer Women's 4oth anniversary < tion on Sunday. July 25. in Philadelphia. Pt Blanche Fine, nation. a] prt-ident. announced Rahel Yanait Ben-Zvi, foundi f r Women and farmer first lady of Israel '.'ill also be an hi n ored speaker a' the firs session The occasion marks the first time in over ;i5 years that Mrs Ben-Zvi havisited i te I nited states, and her only public appearances will be at Pit neer Women's national convention. The hreeday convention, which will be attended by over 800 delegaterepresenting 50.000 member, throughout the United States and Canada, will also feature work shop 1 ; and discussions on Aim ican aftairs and Jewish life in the United States. Delega.es will review Pioneer Women's accomplishments during the last two years, and thart the course of the organization's social service and education programs in the United Sta.es and Israel to meet present and future needs. Other highlights will include addresses by Dr. Ellen Winston. United staleCommissioner ol Welfare; Beba Idel.-on, Deputy Speak : the Israeli Parliament iKnes s Year; Manheim s Shapiro, directthe National Jewish CommonUfa Departmenl of the Amen an Jewish Committee; and Mrs Bola Adebo wife oi Ibe Nigerian Ambassadi r to the United Nations The Sheraton Hotel in Phil .11 be convention headquai Dressing For Summer Salads A new dressing can add -dimmer i-nd excitement to your summer salads, so here is a tangy new tomato juice idea. Tomato Tinglt 2/3 cup tomato juice 2/3 cup Planters Peanut Oil '< cup white vinegar 1 teaspoon Oregano 'j teaspoon salt Blend all ingredients well and tcss through your favorite salad. JWV Member Party Abe Horrowitz Post. Jewish War Veterans, isponsoring a memberbring-a-member party on Thursday evening at 2300 \K 71sl SI MrYvette Gromet is in charge of invitatio is CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROLINA In Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area FOR BOYS AND GIRLS REGISTER NOW fOR SECOND SESSION STARTS MY 23rd to AUG. 20th TREAT THE CHIWREN TO A WELL-ROUNDED VACATION DON'T DELAY CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS HIGHLAND 5-3585 N.th tlwught and .poke m UiluentG. man Proving Herself •Another reason 1 began enter ine beaut) coi ests n %  ,eU-cons ioua about ht fact "is *l 1 "•' nl, 1 '1 ".' prove to my parentthat 1 nao talent p ie Carol had b begging t r voice lew ••' %  1) l,(l > f nsi was •'' %  ..' th* primary thrust for a mee Jewish girl should be toward marriage Bui when -•• % % %  winning ,tu '•'[• rj ol the contests nh an ana -he taught her-.-If. I>ad.l> surrendered to the inevitable Now Carol ia serious voice stu dent with aspirations for grand opera •But the possibilities for ma kmi I'.-" l" r '"' %  • : : "i"' 1 in America are so limited that I'm prepared to be happy "h wha ever role in the music world I may attain, said I Bl Miss America Next Athe reigning Mi-Floi Carol's next competition will •>< %  the Miss America Conti st in At lantii -' ck to p nnl out :he differei ce in atmosphen between this pageant and the Miss U.S.A., ior i \ampie Physical attributeare subordinate to talent and pi rsonalit) The \ii-America conti l which o ipnated in 1921 with purpose of popular i i group of Eastern new spapers and i-'i*• a|; %  al %  %  : Mlai I I I was hanged in concept when the pageant and Miss America her tell contributed to the war effort Bondwere -old and entel ain ment provided in sen ice camps. Thereafter, the recognition of the ,,,nu)k'te woman nth an C.I..--IW..al ,cholar*h.p the Mf* %  Q petiUOg a*!! .h^iilu K.-.-P n m.nd aJMNil bcaut> esmtfatU. thai ti*>) akflBM luve a Kood reason (oi eniarin '-J". cauon not one of Ifee* And -hould renitmU-r that injudges can always tell U the> re ;iol ll.l.UMl While a senior at Miami B >ch iiuih Carol ami shatsbed MiM r.cn \.. Miami Then came Miss TeeOrAfW America Azalea QUCen and the title of MiU'XIe Ust year In ihilatter capatity, and as reigning Queen, she ,,, .wicd the new Mi-DUUC l**t weokend m Daitena Beach MOOJ take fireplace in many Miami homes aport leaf} green plantitut how many hum the backdrop """ tiaee f oo th i ati goki beautj trophic-" Palpable Strength Carol tell to mu-itvj aboul the Mi— America contest Beaut) queen though ahe is atv ebout lur hail 'The other girls ,Md tower over me, she moaned How to wear her h.nr — long and demure "i" pied hiuh to give the illusion ol height? How to a few i* unds when iwimmii hours •; i-nt se< • • : tor tr> weal ti-h. h I ch I PA-e: appet li with her hair pulled tight and high, her almond-shaped black eyes and sun browned perfect -kin. Carol r. Madame Butt, rfrj B rt her -v.dk iimperil us The p a l p %  b l e strength and composure stems, v.. hei In n another more pro found kne of queens Jewish queens Prom %  pike of congratulatory letter-, -he extracts a -peeial one "This is from m\ Rabbi," she said. MISS tUttl KAKMUf Miss Kopchuk Is Sweet Sixteen I Hence Diane Kapchuk w orvd at a swwt sixteen kincvj on Saturday at the Dcau\-iUe II Renee kl the (laughter of Mr \ks Marty Kapchuk. 860 N Ter N<> Miami Btach. A junior at Miami Norland ior High Sch.K.i. the sweet statta nga to l"'.a Kappa Tau S i and her hobb) iworking art j itabte organiiatioM Some • 'urne-l nut honor MiM Kapchuk at th -.{ event Her father perl oaraer A Pood l'r.tiicts henn U^. r^TAJConq. Women Cited for Service I LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE SECOND SESSION July 26 Aug. 22 1 Mrs Sam R< -en-tein. chairman of the Community InterrelationCommission. Women's D1 visio n American Jewish Congress, hafor warded to the president ol each oi the tour chapterof the Women's Division, Soudteesl Begion, a lei ter of thankfor the work done bj members ol the Women's Division, m collecting and forwarding t.> Sel ma. Ala clothing for the use ol need) \.-. ro families The Selma clothing project has been ad pted as one ol the projects • : the Wo men's Dh ision Committee to wcrk with Mrs %  n stein durit I %  ir an Mrs N'ata i '.. Com n i 'on munity Inti i lions, Louise Wise chapter. Mrs. pn siden I uise Wise Chapter; Mrs 1.. o Steinberg, chairman f the Com mission i n Community int. ol Miami Chapter, and Mi %  tie Stern, president of Miami Beth fov Sisterhood Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood holding a party al the Temple on Thursday, July 22, a8 30 p.m. Chapter, MrAsbetl X.uckcrman. chairnun of the Commission on Community Interrelations of Bi.-cayne chapter, and Mrs Sj Reese president, Biacayne Chapter Mrs. svlvia Silvers, praaident f Justine Chapter, and MrHarold linker, \ ice president, Justine Chapter First shipment of clothing was collected and prepared f CM I ing l> Mesdamea Samuel Rosen -tem. Mm I'c IM l ansk) Irvn Q ir in. In ing B Kaplan pn dent i.i the Women s DIVISIOI Jo %  &> %  >+ OCAJJV •&, IN THE POLUH-FBIE HEART OF THE COOL OGALA NATIONAL F0REIT HIMF?(1 Aim Vt 5 i,y Wo *" 5k "" 9 OBd Hw b 1 Whig, J& **-£ "^^^ SWf !lfl ilia ssAJ^j Attmxj. s O-,I.I cM, hm be* I'M'S-* Put Cheese and Sour Cream? Summer meals taste brighter with iced Tetlev Tea! 'Warn gin... how do you soy harocSso?*| •Eden" is undoubtedly tha aord that Chef Boy-Ar-lV- ai searthlns for to descriha the true Italin-*tyle flavor of this wonderfully rich SIIKO, CHEF I0Y-AR-DEE* SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Mushrooms So pood with so many dHkBI "•ipasjhetli, macaroni or rua, for left over meat or n\h. ( r cheese and omelets. MaJe ih flavor*peak tomatoes, tr -cs and leadernaushroom Simmered to perfection foe tnie Ital.an uie. Keep picuiy ea lun J. C WKITII .-. 1451 N. IAYSH0RE DWVE.allAUI. OKHOIII FR .1-7858 FR 9-8601 ^ &f ors Foundert W"fck. ond O.n'AiiluJ "Wior Lonord Wollm 0n obr Wollmoi gmmmm re **-... •' %  -. M '.-i mlm I -1 wmvt 'KKT| .Ow Ca-ooal pan TETLEY -I h I %  IfMC.Sl tt> H N0I I..." At last! A margarine with all three • 1. 100" DAIRY FREE 2 LIQUID MAZOIA CORN OIL 3 NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE



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    July 9. 1965 + k-Hlst nrrMhnr Paqe 3-B for Aged Boasts Registered Nurse iry Over $400 Month Mark in Florida hike which cracks tfn I k barrier on all shifts : lered Nurses ha> Ixcn an hy Miami's Jewish Home Aged | pay hike was effective June Jrilrr the new scale announ Jddpe Irvinn typen. JHA f>n* RNs receive base pay ti month The announce_Jto raises minimum pay for I ractical nurses to $230 nth • In pay, coupled with sivc binge benaflU, It 11 itract nut ni statinurses • i late an acute nursing i Dade County. bi.: Sinai Hospital on Miami it recentl) the first insti ;. the 1ate tn lei ;. b %  th in MOO monthtj foi | lab f compensa Maurice Peatistein, ex ctor of the Home Ui do not expert the pay hootl to atari .1 same of musical ehi with other institutions in the area The Home employs only 10 RNs and 18 I.PNs. and staff vacancieoccur infrequently." he added. "AmoflH its fringe benefits to R\'are four veerks annual vacation with full pay. the liberal National Health and Welfr.re retirement pro. Cram, full Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage, free meals during *JUridll| hours and non rotating shifts accordim; to Judge Cypen The Home ha227 heels anil of fan extensive programs of physi tal .itnl occupational therapy, mad leal psychiatric and social tei Mies 1 State Universit) has i tablished I tram' at JHA for students ol Its graduate m hool i ii sot ial w elf a re Dr. Woltson to lecture and the R< ol the World' uiiitw he topic of .i course \ lectures to IH' Riven l>\ Dr ham Wolfson on const cuti\ • Thursdays, 10 am. before the Spinoza Forum in the tuditoriusn i i Vt n Federal, I2M Waeta ington Ave Topic ol the tirst lettine will be "Primitive Religions Samuel J. Leibowttz. newly-appointed director of education of Temple Emanu-El. is shown reqisterinq children ol Mr. and Mis. Muiry Koretzky for the new school term in the Solomon Schechter Day School starting in September. Front row 'left to light' are Stephanie, Alicia. David, and Mr. Leibowitz. Back row (left to right) are Mrs. Koietzky and Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. supervisor of the Nursery-Kindergarten Department. Local Students Win Brandeis Univ. Degrees %  I vina Rubinstein is installed as president ot the Coral r, • : of the American Modical Center by Mrs. S. Steven lie. Eastern Region director of the organisation. Arleen .1 Kisen was among the 301 sen! ITS and IA2 graduate stu i! nts receiving degrees at the 4th commencement exercise, ut Brandeis University on June 13 at the Brandeb campus m Waltham, Mass Mis*. Ki-iti was awarded the BA de g ree Daughter ol Mr, and Mrs trnotd Biaen, 21010 NE 26th Ave., Miami she wai j politics major. Dean's i.kst student, member of the Mental Health Association, ami number of the Wien Intel national student Progfun Committee and o. Stupe, a civil rights organisation \ i i luate oi South Broward H. 'i School, she plana to continue her studies at the Universit) ol Chicago 6 hool of Social Service Adtninist ration. Nam % %  Drosd, "I M10 Nautilus I>i Miami 1! •' a c h. has been ii ii i .i B v degree she M as tin recipient ol the Barren Award In fine arts she is the daughter of !>i and Mrs. Rudolph E, Drosd Marvin .r Stern, sun of Mrs Doris stern, of 811 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beaoh, and the late Barnard stern, has been awarded a BA degree with honors \ Mstor) major. Stern plans to continue his studies at Harvard Universit} He was recipient of the Zofnass Award in history. Barbara S. Znloth. daughter of Vr and Mrs Milton R ZMoth. of :t7i7 Royal Balm Ave.. Miami Beach, was awarded a BA de cum laude. A graduate of Coral G a bass High School she was a mathematics major, member of the v' men's athletic council, and mem. bar Of women s vanity basketball and softball teams \iisZototh plans to study economics at the Universit) ol Minnesota Graduate %  School she was recipient of the i eldberg prixe In eoonomics. Pearl Charnow, daughter of Mr. .ml Mrs lxuus A (,'harnow. of 1S09 Monroe St.. Hollywood, rei lived the BA degree cum laude \ graduate of south Broward High •ihmil. she was a paUUea major and paana to study tor a Master of \rt. in teaching at the University of Chicago HOSE Child shall occupy this desk this year? r %  .'liter _\^_ H / Unchti >rrt<-.l .L.N %  throughoMI i" MWMI an,I \ tl / >.i,lf A'M We are proud to announce the opening of a FIRST and SECOND grade in our new North Dade branch Unified Hall, 2300 NE. 171st St., North Miami Beach. To assure a seat for your child Register Today Don't Delay! ALSO, M.. 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    if/$S fkrttir Fnday. Jul Pc [ Ultra-Modern Towne House to be For Convalescents by Late August operate*) ho'* %  M aml and %  ••r lat*%  %  •* .. s %  %  .-. s %  and orderlae*. and a H I>erloper Gitlen'i • ters ill be in cbarg* %  c Mrs William & hart*, Hn Jack Kesaler both U-red nurses, and Mrs r. v, I >taff adir. 9I .vhacter is a member %  ,: tbc fj utive B^ard of the Floi j \J Home Association i%  u l-nt of the I>ade ( % me Association facilities ir tl • \ill be a mode! f r ft* I rnt h<>m-s OOgfc most rire f<>r V> patient per the Towne House vj I -\en frea: • -.i In ad%  r %  irr %  I I Art Calendar Features Paintings %  s %  £ : p : 5 • i %  | til • %  D of the V• : NY ;*rmaaent .: the In. -ncan Hebrew -aliens in Ne< \ .-i^ *
    private (tall toroughout the cua t.~ Yari Levine an born in ?. 01 i learned Rabbinical family arj emigrated to America • % %  • '-. her family in 1927 .After gradua .F.n-r Art! fr>m Pratt Institute rVomefco Names Director Walter J. Cunningham has beer. named director of employee relations of Wcmetco Enterprises. Inc. effective July 1. Wometc-* President Mitchell Woifson u .unced Cafmingkam 36 formerly was corporate salary and -.sage aijrir..-t.-ator at Itek Corp., L ton Mass Pr. -.:ng Itek in 1962. he held p-r-.r.r.ei n everal large porations, in-. atior. of Amenca. TAtl ifvmf -. v V -. •. trioui trl meni>er of the Sa %  r. •:' W men Art•Dand and tw J ".rLevine lives on 1 where she Mrs Levine •irk bai in mar.;. museums in Neu \ r e x a s, < %  •• Several i •>-nded one mow g : by the Jewu ': she had a Yori The NFTS Art Caiei Announcing. BOSTON POPS Concerts SATLRDM S 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY %  %  • • Max Fisher, of the Sunliner Mole prSM mone,-tree to M Bd^ ;. Idren Hospital Woi M a meanUJVCG 50UJH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM 105.1 MC. 160,000 Watts



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    xy. July 9. 1965 • %  k<*t%trhrMPw >>aqe 5-B S r %  c : >ha Omeqa Auxiliary President Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth reJves gavel from Mrs. Ira Rothlield a3 National President I John Samuels, of Cleveland, O., looks on. The annual inflation banquet was held at the Diplomat Hotel on Saturly night. The Auxiliary sponsors the Dental School of the >brew University and locally has run fund-iaisinq affairs Variety Children s Hospital Dental Clinic. iha Omega Dental Frat and Auxiliary ;talls New Officers at Diplomat Hotel %  lion banquet of corresponding secretary; Howard da*. B„ o :i t .. Dental Fraternity held last eek at the Dip it Hotel Alvin K: %  sne I died r> side) I of the I dul len %  • • \ pn iidenl I iei aid W %  r. t. St tart Ben Rosen, historian secretarj. and Ira H' thfieJd, parliamentarian BB Women's Council of Miami W?ns Citations net n ith two tncl f Appre ition in the "Dolls for De mocracy" program and for Its Mi %  • Hoi r a* yen lune 20 I i 24 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Murray Summers, chair iili Kloi; la ADL •• coordinating chairman for the i .ill-" pioject, assisted bj If rs !! Weinstock and MiBarbara Heiken Mrs Rose Galton served ..chairman. Dedicated ti> "Broth i ho d i i Man and Democratic Principles." the program has beet; '. I > thousands througtv ut ttu irea GiMiert J Balkin Chapter members inaugurated the Migrant (amp I r ii i e c i in Perrine b> making weekly visits bringing food, cloth ing, medicine and i her necessi tn s MrMax Hodea chairman, enlisted the aid of i ther chaptei m the i uncil, as well .is other organizations bj distributing bro hurt s which illustrated the camp's slight an I the needs of its people. MRS. SUMMERS MRS. HOOfS Pi %  pati hapti %  % %  i ii B'l ith Wi men s Counci u Ann i El< ai oi Ri o fi It, Emma I Flamingo, Gilbert J Balkin Miami Chapter, F.'ialom W< si Miam •.i-il president was Mrs Ds Sachs Russian Film Scheduled "The stone Flower, film, will be the second film in the International Summer Film Fi -t. val -c insored b> the VM YWH Greater Miami Wednesday, 8 p in., in the N( rth Ba llroo m at 8500 SW HUi St A cot I i hour will follow the film. Working •i the committee are Martin Yelen, MrBenjamin Fogel, Irving Whitman and Marry Klcinman BB Women E!ect Officers For Distrfct 5 I .: Ivn w ... %  at ol rfoll • elude M : first \ pn %  %  .. i II :i d \ ice presi '• nt. S Bloom. u a hii Rton th d ici I. e ii a r d Ruben, Silver Md i h vice presi -nt Pa u 1 li.ii! !. Hollywood, Ha treasurer; and Samuel Ku • hist >i ian Hoard members include %  • %  -dames Sheldon Hale: Amo vene. Burton L'dinsky, Harr) Mmstein, Alvin Statland, Arthur Bassman Eugene Ramras. Israi %  len. Arthur Horwitz, and I l ry Blum At a gala annm I -an. eel lion, a large cake was given b leiegates to the K> ndall I nil Home Dr Arthur Swinson, sistar.t director of th. home, ace >d the cake from Mrs In ne K berger, first vice president tnct 5 larine Helps iu Lose Weight Ith Great Ease ie weight, and feel be) • more than their slimmer rrs and "aist i l• %  pound bundle with bin er. but w •' k 1 1 week -at • cay to melt t I %  • • %  Ml lliinuu | j. .-.•.. sugai %  tl I drink-': \ arini \ i-t ., wonder kugar taste, but no i al Bj J U fat I.I Me re H e no Hei to make you hot ^tting d<>n tins waj ieatj can have all the fun and fla Bin, atlit award for o\c iption of X $\$ YOU CANT HOODWINK GRANDMA WHEN IT COMES TO QUALITY DAIRY She knows the Spring-morning freshness and quality of Breakstone's dairy products like she knows her own grandchildren. Grandma says,"There are some things modern times hasn't been able to improve on. Breakstone's is one of them." One delicious way or another Breakstone's always belongs on everyone's table. Yours, too! EXCLUSIVE OFFER! THE SIMPLY FABULOUS COOKBOOK. 164 fabulous recipe ideas...32 pages with lifelike, fullcolor photographs! Send 2b* plus your name and address today. Breakstone Recipes. Dept. A Box 181, N.Y., N.Y. 10046 Breakstone



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    Paqe 6-B +Jentrkrklton Friday. July 9. \%A .. a4bt*t 'People cJ 'Ptace0... 'X' MARKS CUR ROOM it is wonderful when people take the time to a line to the stay-at-homes -ml Lou n are still in Phili i So1 Silverman might as weU be back in Sere Miamians H" SS Shalom. ling the Israel Teitchs and one i Lillian Mi. Samuel Siinonhol£*s sisters Eatner ana Rubin are in Boston getting I %  <>' treatment from their relatives, R< -erry • Tel Aviv, were at the lul dier on the Roof." all in Hebrew The) have al_ read} net U n Ell, Bea and Aaron Courshon and Bess MiLouis Giasser IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU Rnoda Mrs Morris D I Levitt had a surprise Bon Voyage luncheon at Chez Pepe tor Marian Saeider win ts going with her husband, Stanley, on a 21-day trip to Europe through 11 different countries Marian won the trip by entering a steal after she saw the movie, "Paris When it Sissies," telling why she wanted to see Paris She has won lots ol contests, but this prise was the best At the part} were Mrs. Alan Rutcmk, Mrs, Charles Himniel. Mrs Richard Litt, Mrs Joe Mann. Mrs. Alan Hertz. Mrs. Jerry Pollak, Mrs Alan Robinson and Mrs. Barry Barson. YOU CAN'T EVEN TIE THIS ONE Adole and Dick Rubin are off to tour New York and show their kids the sights oj the big town before they leave Donna at camp in Massa chusetts, and Sheldon and Andrew at camp in Maine. Then the) will come home to two-yearold Elizabeth The Rubin dog, Snitzel. is already at a dog hotel for the summer, featuring airconditioning and music all the time. LET IT RAIN Dr. and Mrs L..m Wruble. former Mianu.mv came back to town to w.-it their kmlolk. Dr. and Mrs Sidney Wiuble In spite of the rain, they all sot together for spaghetti and a lot of "do you remembers?" Included in the friends around the table wire Dr. and Mrs. Mac Keyes, Mr and Mrs. Albert Morrison, Dr and MIS. David Soinnur ALL KINDS OF DOINGS I, was open bouse al the nd Sol Gow steii rate so. Il1 '""" "" M;, High School Then Of! the, we „„. ^kend ol parent-student on,-,,,..., n Z I'niversit) of Florida Next on the agenda Zs a wedding reception for -lean Dukin.Sals r, who married Aaron Eiser. on June Win R %  „ lmn Lehrmans studj Vmong the man i n aU e„dance at the reception from .S 7 o'clock were Jeans parents, Mr and Mrs l. Istein. Jeans daughter Sandra and Urons children Marilyn and Harry Then things slow up until it .tnne for the jewelrj show in New York, which always includes man) things be >idelooking .it jewelrj ON JULY FOURTH Firecraclu rs will no doubt go ofl on JUIJ Fourth when Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan i Rifkin, will be married to Harold Mermels em at the Fontainebleau H tel But al honoring her. given b> Mrs Jason Pernri and Mrs. Al Ulienfeld in the latters h. *orth Miami, huge whit., cupids were shooting their arrows, and white wedding bells were evenwhere Under the biggest wedding bell <>t all. the sweet table was centered bj a pink and white cake decorated with an umbrella inside ol which uere the names of the honorees, Janie and Hal A flower cart topped bj a white lace umbrella held the beautifully-wrapped packages Unong guests were Mrs Glen Pareira Mrs David Mer melstein and daughter Helene. Miss Ann., Sclar, Mrs. John Alterman. Mrs Sidney Lewis, Mrs Robert Shim > Mrllennan Bergren. Mrs Philip Pen in. MrMorris Kleiman and Mrs Arthur Lazarus. SUMMER IS HERE David Howard, son of Mayor and Mrs Lee Howard, is off to Mt Lake Camp at Hendersonvillfl where he will be a junior counselor In the fall, he will no to Detroit to be a freshman at the UniversitJ of Mii'hiujr. His brother, Peter, ii spending the summer al home just relaxing and having a good tinw Mother Eleanor will be playing as much goU as possible Dad just goes on being Mayor of Surfside —Frances Lihmtn Top Leaders Will Push CJA Assignments to provide incn inatii n and ei operation bj the Executive Committee of the Jewish Federation plementing the pr the Federation and the a n n u a I %  %  need bj M Lipton, president ol th< lit Sidnej D I of Sin ; %  Corp., will head the Publicit) and Public Relations Committee, the Communit) Education Program and the Campaign Clearance Com mittee Vice President David B. Fleeman, who served as chairman of *he Federation Budget Committee in 1964 and 1965, will oversee Budgeting and Social Planning, the Inter-Agency Relationship *v* Program and the Public Affairs Committees of Federation. Formei Circuit Court Judge In !:i_ C) pei also a vici pn sidi Fedei ation, ill be in chai.. I I Bj Laws and Nominating Commitlees Presidenl l.< on Kaplan has son with I wtioru i %  t Dr In man will s re I two yi fjA on tlu nship S ... of t %  • Burl the Fed* ration will 01 ersei %  %  nnel In addition. Upt % %  i ll continue t<> and carried out in thi %  Stanley C. Myers will serve as chairman of the Legacies and Bequests Committee. Sam J. Hei man will head the Chapla.ncy Committee, and Dr Joseph R Narot will be in charge of the Hospital Survey Committee of ki '" %  : : Com -h \|,,,, -ut the %  Social Singles Donee hi? L p -1 at the Saxon) Hotel Ivor) Tower. Eliahu Levi was one of two men to be araduated as i istered muse recently at the Henrietta Szold-Hr.dassah b of Nutsinq par' ot the Hadassah-Hebrew University Me ical Center in Jerusalem. Shown receivinq his dipt %  from Mrs. Jaffa Ciystal, ietire deputy puncipal of Hesah s Nursinq School Lev. was trained as an oporat.nq th specialist nurte. The othei male student to receive b dearee at the same time was Ben-Zion Sehm. a native of Africa. Thir'y-one nurses leceived then a-.flomas c. ceremony. •Ml MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They re unequi lid i" •*''' rc-'esslon. %  0k They it t diLido's ettr m staff. The, Wf will matei successct any party...a Vf* ecdnf • %  • Bar ( %  twaa* a bus-Mis \* -eet"igoi aioc iiiu'>c h e"v TheywW -.i-.e from TO to 100C oW. rt fine food npartjy owed in t*t OHOO'I "tw*/ d::'i ed Cc" ROD Root", 1'ev M VMMJI far n.'utekar space you •tQjire. Call Mr. TsiC-*' it JE'tersor. 6 0811 forrfce best function you've M hadl ft s %  •• I • 1 •• OCEtNFRNT. CttlM atfHwt MO tltCaia Nil Mill 4§4 %  Tin\\ ol 1<1 I .minus Comes to the aid of (he Party './r//t'j/ v fffirf/r r MrM*M Masterfully s t < ,r "d ^ • tion—I • | .en • %  • i — a : Every data s %  %  • %  %  led 1 t %  • • i i: a ; dedicated ,. .. llw lilllc iliflVrciicff make i h l>is ililTcreuoa (.ill h, ,,, JE 2-2561 OCEANFROMT • 45th TO 47th $T$. • MIAMI BEACH JJJ U-* a H uJ J J" for Elegant Function! ... s .. j Pa-'. ... -,,.,, 'iat "" • gooc lade .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS • PARTIES Tata a tata or •a al non with 3.SOO DIETARY IAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UWttW SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN QjEAUVILLE



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    \ lay. July 9 1955 •Jeist> fhrHimr Paae 7-B /vea/m of <^< ShapiroGetzlek n Mried Dr and lira J< r, will li' I Ma \ V1 Coral Gables, on h, p l' rn fr< in a h neymoon fan J -i .i [ •,, ,.f Mn Milt"" i! >"'' i \\r. and Dr Getzlek. Utica. N V the for 1. Jean d.i/i'-k exchanged with l>r Shapiro, ion "t Mr Mrs Leeter 5 *pir i 1580 Conk. ,,,. mi I Iwrsdaj evening, i Itbbi Atfre I Waxman officiate I he cerenMRi) held at the h .m • | ride's aunl and uncle, Mr Mrs Herman o>hon. 501 Ma v.i where a reception fol,• npla J> attended b) Mrs. i.„! Slotniik and Barry Sha the br fal e g roo m 'i brother graduate "f the l'niver>i:> of |n; School ol Niming, "ew Mrpinis a nui •<• with the Dade tin Department of Public %  th S apira i.i graduate "i Al College Ol l"iar:nar\. Albany, Medical Sih->1 state L'nlvei ,,i Si w Yoik I 'pstate Medical |,r Syracuse N V and served Internship and residencj in in L in.luin.at Jackson Me |.i I Hospital He rved in the Krmy Medical O 11>for two -i i IN not* in i rii ate prac r Kendall His fraternities ( i'i phi and v'.pha Omega Cohen, Muskat Engaged Here Mr and Mrs Ja k I ohen ol u. -i Hempatead, S.\ ince •'.. engagi ment >t their dau ht*r. i :> i Ralph ll Musical son o Mi and Mrs Dat id Muskat, 27;> No shore i>' Miss C o h e n received d< from Pennsylvania State Univei %  v here she waa affiliated with Del. a Phi Epeil n Sorority, Teachers College ol Columbia vcrsitj She is presentlj teaching at West Hempstead High School Her fiance attended the i nit sir) "f Miami and the L'nivi i sitj il T. tnpa s < • %  >! ol Insuiance and is associated ivil % %  Fen-ion and Muskal Realtors of Miami Beach An Aug 21 wedding is planned The e 0 u |> I e will live in \hani Beach t MISS BfVffttr COHEN Beach Student Named Editor Howard I.auer. of '_'<;;, K.nr-ieen liberal artand sciences fi r men Dr. Miami Beach, has been ekecl f,, r th' 196546 academic year e %  .< Her. daughter ol Mr an I Louis Feller TS3 Alton Rd line the bride of Dr EUiol \i f -on Of Mr. and Mrs lienja I Class 3340 SW 21st St let dants were Rhuda Colin. Dr ley Glass, Ho> and Sidney Jit man. I aw Tints Hollander EMilec Bank iJrt.i Mayer Abramowtti pered the religious ceremony fostler-Benehttild lw on a honeMn*>oti in Mexico, lormer Rita Benenfestl became [bride of CWforU Reader at Torah Congregation on Sun [eveninft July J Rabbi David field officiated rents .>f the newb/weda are Mr fcrtrs Nathan Benenfetd, 1TT41 '. 'h Ct., anil Mr and Mrs u.;iel Restlei Bronx, N Y ttendanta to the bride Barbara Becker and Cheryn Inf, |<| M elvyn Bensmfel I i | M tli> Broom's heal man, i..,i J Hennellfcld Ste\e Rest \\ %  • K A1*S. 11*0*1 SHAPIRO for Brian Pearl and Stan Sirota, ushei a \ i aduate <>f Norland High, new Mrs Restli r attended the Unhrei ity Ol Miami and Miami Dale Junior I i.lle e I lei husband received BS and Ms degrees aron Columbia l ni v-erai > lie IN a member of Rho Chi, phai maeeutieal Honor Society, American Ptoarmai reutleal Asen Society ol Hospital Pharmacists, \sa eiation for the Advancement ol b> ience and Ah ha Zeta Omega • • • Schoenberg-Botwinik The former Rstelle Botwinik became the bride of Ronald Schoenberg on Saturday evening, July 3. at the Waldman Hotel Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. The bride is the dau;rhter of Mr and Mrs Philip Botwinik, 1011 SW l"th Avt Parents of the bride Uroom are Mr and Mrs William Schoenberg, 2i NW ith St. Attending the COUple were Phyllis Schoenberg, maid Of honor, and Diane BUM, bridesmaid Marvin Botwinik was best man and Stuait Botwinik, usher. The bridegroom attended sehools In New York New Mis Seho.n berg Ia graduate ol Miami sen i..i High Following a honeymoon in Silver I,. the couple w ill live Si B Alhambra Plaza i i MRS IlllOT ciass Bl SCAYNK TKHRAfE 340 Biscayne Boulevard %  Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THf STAKS ANO HtAVW I0IN YOU* fISTIVfTS M AT THf BtAUTIfUl NEWLY DECORATED s| MCI 14.11 I It VI I JUMHI SEATING UP TO 300 %  dr WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS • LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS c ATI: It I M. Strictly ars*ier futilities Avuiloblt Unrfer teaarvisfSSJ • &f RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Business Me Hawse tHaat •llnsj. Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a privets party I w -n.rKithri MS. ClIMORD MSTUR %  M& j %  -*4t^...,-i "/ for Inlormatloni HAZEL ALLISON Calarlng oirtcior, JE 1-6061 IIH SI. Col %U *v. AMI I., •. i> mam ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR .7n a miami country dub setting Spaciousness is fhs keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Counuy Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos-j phere of this rcsort-e*tate. For complete detatlt. please caH Mr. Dafid Kovoc, Director of food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club^ JE 2-3600 AIRS. RONALD SCHOfNBfRC Rabbi Ever is Listed Thr L08S46 Who %  Who in the Smith ami Southwest includes, i"i the fifth time, a biographj ol D [Mac Ever, spiritual leader <>! I data Israel Hebrew Institute. The ninth edition <>( the volume note %  he h-t ot D. Evet manj pub lications. CHANDLER'S 21 st A Collins Awe.. Miami Beach Now a FIRST in Miami Beach T-BONE STEAKS LADIES CUT ROAST BEEF SUMMER SPECIALS at Summef Prices W.'. oddd om old (onUi &f < ••' VARIIO MINU Tndrloin lojoul a to O.uUh, Slutted Cobbogt, Chick.n Poprikol BANQUET FACILITIES Harding Ave A 95th St. Surfside P'oo to iak your nt bonquet, tetimOF-.al dinner Ot w.ddmg parly YOU5 EXtlUSIVElY in the tganct ol CHANDLERS SURFSIOE (tormetly Maim ). Catering Manager JE 8 0523.



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    ^Jewlstfkrkittr Ruder Saxe Fnday. July* 9 JJJ. J-ranee 9 J-~clii-?n We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Faye Tuples bas gone an crder to le he *• • be was a year and three moi Ins ip m Cincinnati, a happj go-lucky child who liki go I 1 ichool, enjoyed music performed in school plays. vaa Bne pitcher when she played baseball, and took Hebrew lessons Pitching and dramatic[ell b) me wayside but Faye can understand and read Hebrew perfectly For three months, -he worked aj secretary to \v pres ident of a large business concern Then she married Harry Tupler, and they started their oun business, a hardware and tool firm for MX hundred dollars. The Tuplen lived in back of the store, and there v a-0 much Stock to be stored, that Faye was happy every morning to find '.hat fiie cycles that were on hooks over the bed and the urnscreen 'hat were under the bed had not wuppeJ themselves around their sleeping necks i nil Faye did not know how to cook Her one acquaintance in Chicago gave her explicit directions for her first dinner Even a brand-new hus band couldn't eat the herring soup sheihad prepared. Three months and a Settlement Cook Book later, she prepared a wonderful dinner for sixteen people over her two-plate burner. Business was wonderful It took 23 years to build the business into an empire, and yet Faye sold it in three days when her husband became ill. and they moved to Florida in l!M3 During her spare time in Chicago. Faye had been ac live in her Temple and Eastern Star Since she is a "doer," she became active in Temple Emanu-EI after her husband died, helped found the Ha'Ui-.ah Group in Bay Harbor Islands and wrote several columns for the Miami Beach Sun. Her three children are now married; Jeanette, who is now Mrs, Gershon Miller; Sylvia, wife ol Lester Levy; and Leonard Tupler, married Marilyn Faye is the proud grandmother of six Daughter Jeanette, who had a Jewish radio 1 rogram here, left for Chicago ro become •'The Story Lady." Fay auditioned for the program here and got it. bsequently, the was on radio for two and a half years. helping raise $250,000 f< r Israel Five years ago, Faye went ro Israel and became intensly interested in what the Wo men's League of Israel does there Presently, she is presi dent of the Miami Beach Chapter ol the Women's League She jus) returned from Israel last month, wrierI national piesidenl oi rhe League waj honored With .. twmkie. she remarked that she was honored too, and tl >t was a thrilling moment to have l id Kiddusb al home 1 Pn sident and Mrs Zalman Shazar Sundaj starts a wh le new life for Faye Tupler With her shining black eyes delightful!) outgoing personalit} and charming manner she 1floating on cloud Nine %  n< ver sti pped ringing | en I le news ol hi ap 1 1 .. ching marriage to Al< 501 ut %  B • %  mj owi family, I nov Uei %  M I lerful lamily and five %  re grandchildren %  • | Faye We're to ike a trip, jus) sel nit tnd go %  n tarns le u" v no| e '" We starting for Faye bul i> • : :! u Israel will still have .. -' %  ire m it Then? */*~ a difference in (lowers... try tuns'. BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 mi DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI %  • %  of Mr I M %  SI Fcr I • %  and ;. sleeves 1 he aisl |th .. Wl : • verla) on the I skirt 1 11 liable train ol -ilk n soft folds from the \ matching coronet held the muKi-ti risl silk illusion veil and she carried her paternal grand mother Bible Matron >i honor was Mn Mark Finkel \< Mrs Saxe listers, ts Lrlene and Diane Saxe were bridesfnaids. Her brother, Alan Saxe served as ring bearei Robert Adler served athe bridegroom's best man with Dr %  Jordan Matlin, Phillip Mann and Joe Mann, ushers A graduate of Southwest Senior High, the bride attended Southern Academy for Medical Assistant-. and now works in a doctor's office Mr Ruder is a pharmaceutical salesman He attended Ohio State University, served in tinc.s. Army and is a member of Miami Drug Club and Southwest Optomists Following .1 honeymoon in New York Ohio and Pennsylvania, the couple will live at 2000 SW 67th Ave Ciment-Kratish The Deauville Hotel was Wie s,-t ting tor the nuptials, reception and dinner when Joan Eileen Kra: ish, daughter of Mr and Mrs Adolph Kratish. 4332 Pott Ave. exthanged vows with Norman Ciment, 1026 Euclid Ave. The eve ning ceremony on Sunday, July *. was conducted bj Rabbi Joseph Rackoi sky The bride was gownetl in an orig inal creation of hnported peau de si )e with the detachable long cathedral tram attached to the shoul ders forming a cape The empire bodice and scalloped hem were of aleni enci iste I with pearls and beading 'I hi • was made %  I crystals and pearls ol French illus ried her • onl 11 at ion it i !i I. ne l with orchids N't w Mi maid ol honi r Budesmaids were i Arnol I Newmai Mrs ; : I Kas sewiU Jr Mrs Melvin & : ''"'-' man to ., „.,.. included R bert Ui ver M '" %  J) Swiddle Martin Brown, and Marvin Weinste The I : i ire boi lates ol M ||j • i %  %  oi The bri niversitj i I Mi, n •• gree in elemental-) educati >n and %  currentlj a tea..* D .,.1 1 L'cuntj V Cimenl rece ved i: \ .,•-, | i i g degrees at the University of Mi ami "'' '' attorney ^ Cleaning-laundry ^ Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami B.ich 1 -... MtS. fONtlD KM* MOI! with t.he firm of Graret ail I I mi n of Miami Beach Following a honeymoon in New York City and Groeeu ten, new lywedded Mr and Mrs Cimenl will l,\e in Miami Beach Reinfiord Kaier Judith Ellen Kazer and Sanford Neil Reinhard were married Sun : vening, July i, ut Beth David s > n a g o g u e Rat>r>i Alexandei Gross, Rabbi Sol Landau, and ( an tor William Lipson offmat. the double nng. candlelight cere mOQjf which was followed by i > ception and dinner. lr.. bride, daughter of Mr aac I Mrs Hen P Rarer. Btt S* 1--| \\e. is a graduate of V. -. r Huh She t* a graduate, mifti cum Untie. of Sophie Nevcomb M monal College in Ne* Orleans i • her junior year tu : the University of Nottingham • England -.V is a member of S md was recently elected i I'hi Beta Kappa She wtB tasjl first grade at VlUiajg Green Ft • it) S< hool in 'he fall It (ending the bride ••-• •sister. Alivia Joan Kazer • ^ • i txinor and Judith Rejnhar of the gr<>m Parents of the bnde,T' -n u* Mr and Mrs Mar aid R : tiate Dr A the Hebrew U.idemy and Miua. i High, i Bjcae Icr of Arts Continued on Following Pjt I t M*S. SiMfOKP HINHiBD v7 n t crier aLJe§icin§ < tr Sicphan Alperl IhUHOt DlSICStl Appo 700 Bl lt a w sa Wy C*rl Cobltt Highland 8-7950 j BITE SIZE KNISHES, ; Blinties I Fancy Hot or Cold ', Hors d oeuvres for your cock' | tail party or next social func* tion Made to your order Free J Delivery FOR A TREAT HARD J ;TO BEAT Call 532-1855 If no ; % answer 532-5293 J LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING COHTtACTIHC • tl^i/f'Vf $•• -, D.d Cewx'y Co ?s '••% 1111 U 14th ST. Nl 9W DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 H Hadavsah (rinse limr i„ EUROPE .mil IVR1FI avs MM w A>isn,„; A>( ^T/^ttX^,*' aO DAYS m htknini $1495 WOW! ... All THIS FOR ONLY $1495 VOLPE TOURS I\r 02 WASHINGTON AVENUE *" 0 5 l II \^l • TRAVEL ARIMT — TRAVEL AGENT PHONE 532-7326 MIAMI BEACH 4



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    July 9. 1965 fJewlsti Hcrktlnn Page 9-B nued from Preceding Paga University whan he was tr of I'I Gauanu MII ll • lend I.'i I'niversi.y oi Mi i | I %  in sep'.emhri [in.iti was Stewart Goldstein. fe Ra.'ilin. Seymour Reinknbert Schech'er ami Ralph Kan ed ni uaht i pparenta are MrBttia Ka Chicafo, bride's paternal jiothcr: Mrs l.il-.y Romanoff, ma i rnal grandmother; Mr. Ii San Reii ..iid. gror.m's lal grandparents: and Mr. !is laadorc Zwechkeobaum, hal grandparents their return from a honey in Mexico, the couple will It 1251 Dickinson Dr Coral Mermelstein-Rifkin honeymooning in Europe. )rmer Jane Rifkin. daughtci and Mrs. Daniel Rifkin. 711 %  -t J. and Harold E Mer Tern plan to live in Israel for kr The bridegroom is the son |r and Mrs David .MermclProvMenee, R.I F'ontainebleau Hotel was the for the nuptials performed Ihh* Alfred Waxman on SunJuly 4. Reception and dinner pd the evening ceremony, the blue and white wedding. ndo chose an empire style I of pea u de soie. The beaded lace bodice featured a sealIV neckline, long lace sleeves detachable train flowing the shoulders A matching ie\d the four-tiered French veil. >r attendants were Mrs. Mor>pate. the bride's sister, and lermelstein. t.he groom's sislondn Gold served as flower RifKin served as his broth p>t man. with John Kampner. jFleiaicr. Nathan Sliarf. and [Gold as groomsmen bridegr. om is a graduate of Diversity of Miami. His bride ted from Miami High and t<\ Ohio State and Hie I'm of Miami Kriegsman-Grant Dupont Plata Hotel H is the for the Sunday, July 4. Ing unitii | Sharjrn Joan Grant |M.irvin A. Kricgsman. with RKII.II l Uarcovita officiatthe 2 p.m. ceremony, whuh bllowed by a reception new %  -:nan chose a silk 01 ibeaU] .. ,ti .. detachable ["he la. •• i dice a aiprink L ith p. lams included N'aida JO) I, maid of h o n o r. Cheryl jsman, Joan Brown San pi > %  n b e r g ami Jams Seifer imaida y man t> the bridegroom a > v Kata Gai Canoer iti>H>> stain Jaj Greenstein ami Greenstein uahared bride ia graduate of North High, alure the san< I ai Sent Of Quit] and Scroll, and |on the editorial Staff Of the K>ok S h e earned i degree m Northwestern University of Dental n> giene and |d as m retarj .-f bar class {graduate of Abraham I incoln in Brooklyn, N Y the bride iSUMMER SCHOOL_ '*g in all school *r*4 buvnait :M Cftdif (Our.at f -ita •• Phone; Bc*k Yfllow Pejei ADELPHI rl 7-7624 MU 1-3561^^ BEACH POODLES BOUTIQUE Expert Grooming $7 SO PI 4-1431 FREE PICKU 0 PET SUPPLIES PUPPIES 882 N.E. 79th St. Greek Line Features Hebrew Instruction — On Voyages to Mediterranean and Israel suras and architectural manents. In addition, thar* ara informal discussions on life as • is today in Europe and Isnc "j brief trave'ars on conditions *he, will encounter. \ K Allan ii' k<' MIS. HAKOID MflMflSTftN IVlimi i.thi MKS. MAKVIN KltllGSMAN im received a degree from Cit) College oi New York Parents Of the COUple are Miami Mrs Reuben L (.rant 15111 NE 11th Ct and Mr and Mrs JoKriegsman Brooklyn N v On their return from a hone) moon m Jamaica the newtyweds will live in No Miami Beach Marie Levin's Betrothal Told To David Aisenstark An Augual wedding is planned ioi Beatrice Mane Levin and Ja ii David Aiaeoetart The future bride is the daughter of Mrs Blanch II Levin, 1040 NE 163rd st. ami the late Alexander Levin Her fiance is the son ol Rabbi and Mrlaaac M AJnen stark. Savannah, (ia A I9C5 graduate, cum laude, the Univeratt) of Miami. Mi-I..\ m ia graduate <>f North Miami Senior High and attended Miami Dade Junior Collaj a Mr Alaenetark attended tha Rabbinical Seminary of America Queans, N Y ami the Jewish University of America. Skokie. Ill By Special Report An extra tr..\ < t bonus offered pa engera on the (I r e e k Line's uioua flagship, the 26.300-ton Quean Anna Maria, and bar equally is -I-t-rsh p. the 23,000-1 M LVympia, which now pnvidc regu fcrtnightl) service from New \ his fullest potemial and %  rding to his level of academic ess i*>th in hiHebn a and Secular studies." he said A joint meeting of the parents ol the Hebrew Academ) Senioi School for Ciris and the School for Boys will be held this s-aturday nu'ht ;: the home of Kabbi ami Mrs Gross Hi brew I %  on almm according to the Inatru tors w h are qualified ti achei botfi nale and u male from I-i ,i : Imasters of nor n.al -. no • din ctora 11 collei as Travelers wishing to brush up op their French. Italian, German or Greek can improve their pronunciation and vocabularies in similar in: i mal clan %  in Hi -•• lang uages w hi eh .>r.sbn offered aboard the Queen Anna Maria and the Olympia as part of he Creek Line's Travelers' Recreation Infoi niation Program Included are travel tipon whal to do. uhat to see. what to buy, how much to spend and where to stay while in Europe and Israel. The exper s also explain differ ent Continental customs and man ncr.s and even give inexperienced voyagers the ABC's in the fine art ot tipping, how much, where and vv hen The program also offers illustrated talks on world famous *rt MrXrW^vVvVl^ryvWXnV ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CAUS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JtFFHSON MIGHIAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN flAZA NFWTON relax wffl find their wishes have ted and provided rd the Queen Anna Maria and the Olympia In addition to tha n mv roup'dilic ro .ins. Ii inges. ban theaters and libraries avail .il le .:' a: -.1 v.i-h. from earl) nv muij until the wee, small hours The motion picture theaten aboard the Quean Anna Maria anil the Olympia generally feature tiro -hows ,1 day, quite often pre-re leases. There is dancing every nikht to "he music of the ships' orchestrawhich also entertain With popular music, classical and chamber music Highlightof every crossing ar-* the Fancy Dress Ball-, the Cap tain's cocktail party to which all passengers are invited, and othe" gala events featuring special contests ami prizes. — S.T. *^ocialite ... bu K^fsabel ^4 rove Continued from Page IB infj a two-week visit north during which he returned for a fewdays to his former home town, Roc h es t er, NY., and spent the rest of the time extolling the attractions of Surfside to as manytravel agents as he could find. Nautilus Junior High President Lucille (Mrs Milton i Goldman, and president-elect. Evelyn I Mr-. Charles) Binder, have returned from the University of Florida, where they attended the convention of the Florida Institute of Continuing Cniversity Study, usually referred to as Ficus. Len and Roz Zilbert and > >.i Sheldon back from a delightful ten days in North Carolina, wher* they made Lake Osceola Inn. Hendersonville, headquarters Sightseeing lures included Gatlintnirg. Term.. Ghost ML, Lake Lure. Pisgah Forest. Maggie Valley. Flat Rock Playhouse and Blu-* Ridge Parkway Daughter Danne and buy-band Murray Rubin spent aome time at the Inn with them Othe:s planning a visit to the area this summer are Judge ami Mrs Irving (ypen. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. and Wolfie Cthen MUEE FREK FREE JUST AAAIl A CARD OR .LETTER AND YOU WILL RECEIVE IN COLOR A tEAUTIFUL MORRISOiVSCHIFF JEWISH CALENDAR FOR THE NEW YEAR PtEASf MAIL TO THf MM HER 0\E PKOY1SI0XS CO. 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    Page 10-B jt*lstrkrlr Friday, July W ESTVIEW Oountrj C'.uh bers had a plasan1 ehi if-pace dinner party Saturday "asual dresa was in < lll r '" r ,n (unction The evening began unler the stars, at the edge of the golf course, with cocktails, appetizers, and strolling musicians. Mrs. Ferd Meyers, whose husband is president cf the club, was in a muted aquamarine shift Mrs. Lester Russir.'s white ribbed shilt was sleeveless with a cowled neckline. Visiting from Cincinnati were the Leonard Starkfi Mrs. Stark'.-, blue and white checked gingham had a whiu Irish lace inserted bodice Sitting .vith them were the Jack Werstind Mrs Wersl chose a yellov -ilk knit shift W it h white and powder blue trimming the i lar and cascading di n the from >f her tailored dress. Anothci couple in the group were the Ben Hartleys, with Mrs Hartley weai mg a white em I tton In an viir.e silhouette. An emerald green siik knii -hit; with white and royal blue ithe color accents was worn by Mrs. David Nathan. Her laughter, Miss Nanei Nathan, was in a sheer voile featuring a smocked and ruffled bodice on muted yellow and foliage green prcht. • A slack ensemble in ice blue ** pique was selected by Mrs VVhitey Bloom for the party. It was double breasted with white pearl buttons, and a royal blue chiffon scarf at the neckline Also choosing slacks for the evening **as Mrs. Morion Hill. Ombre ^olds and browns created a pel) Me print in her overblouse which topped beige silk pants MrMonroe Cooperman's pale Liven dar had an accordion pleated -kirt and cowled neckline. Guests later adjourned to the main dining room, where spotted was Mrs, Hank Meyers in line Wearing a white overblouse ami turquoise slacks under the huge papir bib MrS > d n e y Worn tiaub's white alpaca suit had a modified c o I e d neckline an lubie breasted jacket A silk linen knit shift In mint green was chosen by Mrs .1 u 1 i u Rosenberg II was sleeveless, with a jewel neckline, and a t ueh oi solid green encircling the waist Mrs. Sol Friedman's tw o-piece W h i t e pique had an accent .1 black, and was a Hattie Carnegie classit B ELL-BOTTOM trousers were in order for Mrs Albert Kahn. In black sailcloth, the) featured scoi ped pockets detailed in white pear) buttons, and had a coordinated black and white striped bod Ice. Mrs. L uis I ytton was in a while COttl .-. faille with a twoI iece I k created by the fringed dropped waistline. Her daughter. Mi-Karen I. ytton. chose a white bird.-eye pique with narrow hue trim around the neckline, sli and on the A-linc skirt In the I ytton party were the Herbert II PensigS Oi New York Cit) w h are vacationing at the Eden i; i Mn. Penaig -elected a silk floral print in yellow and green on ,i background of white Her twopiece ensemble featured the A line skirt with a self fabric bow at the waistline of her overbtouse. A gold embossed cotton sleeveless sheath with scooped neckline waworn by Mrs Charles Bender. Conversation piece of the eve ning was Mrs Larry Singer's "Marimekko" from Finland. In navy and red. it featured a geometric print, scooped neckline which dipped to a V in Hie back, the silhouette basically a floorlength shifi. Mrs William Singerchoice for the party was a two-piece white pique with white silk scroll braid on the ova: blouse. Nile green and white blended into the cotton sou tie tail, red shift worn by Mrs. Morton Stiin. Oversized white pearl buttons trimmed the inint ot her dress, and asymetrically slashed pocketwere placed low over the hipAfter a year of fund-raising activities, includinq a car wash candy sale newspaper collection and talent show, Hebrew S ,hl em ^ S W ? re n ,heir wa Y Washinqton for a tour of the nation s capital. Prerequisite for the ninth graders was passing their Hebrew and English programs. Shown aboard Rubin FoKR r K C:re S, c? en Shan ZiS Mind Y Phillios. Judy Rubin Esther Baboun, Sheldon Wei*s, William Green berg Howard Bienenfeld. Miriam Melnick. M.nam Greenbcm Mark Stockman. Larry Kuzinsky, Melv.n Farber, Susan Roth Mel a Azulay immy Resnikovitz, Toby Fir.el, David Shapiro S Ami Rn and c Dian ne S^ 2 Not shown are Hedy MoreenSSr andR n SW M Sky "S !" Umer Fann Y Behar. Ryan Three local women have been installed as national officers of Phi Sigma Sigma %  ororiiy. They are (left to right Mrs. Victor Reiter. grand vice archon; Mrs. Robert Rosen, grand archon; and Mrs. Joseph Klein, national tribune. The women were elected at the sorority's national convention at the Carrillon Hotel from June 22 Julius Cooper (center, vice chairman of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services in Israel, presents a SI5,000 check tor the establishment of the Bessie Cooper Hydiotherapy Department in Beersheba, Israel, to Rabbi Leon Kronish (right!, honorary chairman. Moshe Berman, executive director, looks on. Cooper in 515,000 Gift for Establishment Of Medical Facility Memorializing Wife Julius F Cooper has presented a check for S1S.00Q to the Greater Miami Council for Medical Service* to be used bj Kupat llolim in 1raeJ, Cooper, a vice chairman <>t the council, made the presentation to Rabbi Leon Kronish. the councilhonorary chairman Co per made the $15,000 contri Union for the establishment Bessie Cooper Hydrof.herapy D< partment in the Rehabilitation and Medical Center operate I bj Kup.it llolim in Bet rsh ba, Israel The facility iin memorial to Cooper i.i e wife, Mrs r.. • i oopei to 2 7 and were installed by Mrs. Arthur Markowitz. national Panhellenic delegate and for met grand archon. Mrs. Klein, also newly, appointed as the sorority's executive *ecr. tary. will head the operations of the group'i central office located in Miami as of this summer. Five Beth Torah Students to Israel T'n %  I between Beth '! Coi %  itlon ..n i the Slate 11 1 be %  • • %  {timed a five studi !' %  '' 1 • u Ho Land (Ms aun -ner i .•-!,. %  i .nk.' RUM -II Bo iMMnda and Kenny Rosa will participate is Ihc M:t/\.ih l'.i rim II h includes aorae M8 • m I nitre States T h e > sriM apeakd Meet r.iel. and are the up from Meth 1 r hcipated in the trip %  -. Wetnmi I pt e lhee.it Re A United S i.Ninth will rnn SBC 1 5Y Pilgrimage '•• Israel and spend an en weeks here in a cOHtfrined study and touring program BR ithe Itrat member (d Heth Tnrafc i SY to win the Israel seh.lar-hip Award afl'v hanni! served prs ident < I hili al chapter Diane Keshlattsfcj will spend the entire year in Israel as a partu pant in the Institute for Youth Leaden Tlu-XcfhutJ the World sH td in Jerusalem I>tanv will at tend as i member of the Ybun | .luiles V II II I h Group which she served as i eg! oeaal viet pre*<1ent during the p.i-t year, H well a co un s el or .it Camp Judta Mark H Sanford Kuitler Richard u ind Andrew Sand le Mill a •••ixt Camp K.nuli hei i in %  %  U i! • Beach Boxer On Maccabiah Team In Israel i eathi roe hi boxer Irowing li-i %  : Greati r Miami athletes who will Ihi summet n i n< le Sam in l-i \ i 151 Euclid AM. Mi States Mac< : '" The am im i mei I bj Ed Lassman ol Miami i r m < %  r pi World B ix n \sso iati m and cool t he 1 < Mac. B xing i ommittee 11| Seven th U rid Maccabiali '.ami-will be hel I in Tel \\e x wi;hj. ishath "'""• from 36 • ..'I. ns in competi lion in .i 20 s| ort pr g am N< wman 22 i„ tern ,,t the I mversit) of Miami He twice cap tured the hool's intramural r-i lb boxing championship He ah i •• rved aMiami Beach High School swunming captain in USMo Cooper moved to Miami Btach 21 years ago from Cleveland O.. where he was a building contractor. An active leader in Jewish communal endeavor there, he belonged to T h e Temple, whose rabbi was the late, world-renowned Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. In Miami Bea h Cooper ia oi Ti npli Beth Mi ilom, / H ,• I Mcshe Bet n. ex ler Mi i ii rn ii i ooper i..rn••• tin• i -' founders | the R< ha %  Me lical < entei in I He has made many trip, to Israel where he studied the young roun ry medicaJ i %  The Bessie I • •; %  • r Hydrothi lished •oner with his sons lUfn-d He *ill leave I rael shortlj to taki 'n ceremonii %  i i ', there Hoffman Wins Honors Degree II. im Hoffman "*> ami M i • • M H-'ttnian. A.'. *.iRabbi's Release To be Noted ["he %  I i ....... %  Mondai July 12 tbraham K I %  Winyan N v ... "' '" ""' %  nnivei md it, one nil "-'" m German) Russia ai Sent ma today Minyan Nusach \r, meets daily ;',',"-'"'" ,lK I >n the Blackstone •:'" i 1 ";^ Hotel, and Saturdaj services begin al 9 a m Horry Hoffman 1 I Mr a • um huiite grid i.l the 1 -ii rj i Miami n June, with a ItltA d •• | r e e in nting Mi..mi Senior h Jioff •i ...ti the !'• Li al thi %  the iiiiiM-i \ membei i lernii i • rnit) tor •' %  from Upha Katjaa P lub September, be h %  Master boot ol I Vort I 'lj on -, holarshlp Rabbi Stern on TV i i II Stern spii l leadei u| ihe Jao '•"""^ Syna will appe 1 n : ,; J< Wi-h \S dp Hour -• ,,N ,: %  Council oi in R*hl I Stern will talk ..n "Orw l Soeiet) \i Society and one > I iet\



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    lay. July 9. 1965 *Jenlsti IktMltr Paqe 11 5 v ficmian Judqe Milton Fnedman speaks to >rnier Prime Minister of Israel David Ben iiuion during the recent international conven>n of Bnc B'rith in Israel, where Judqe Friedjan went to attend sessions. Left to riqht are ibel Katz. outqoinq international president of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Wally Rosenbluth. international president of B'nai B'rith Women; Judqe Friedman and Mr. BenGurion; Yale Goldberq. assistant duector of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. David Ben Guiion and Y. Katz. director of B'nai B'rith prcqrams in Israel. lebrew Academy No. Dade Branch Now Registering lr_iMi-.n. loprano, and Cotl Prick, baaao, will be tf>prin il M o r k reviewed on "First thii Sund ij .it 9 p m on I KM. VS ks i> Haydn. Pr-t nt" i be "" tindire* i "" "t '•' "i % %  Solti. \c cordlnfl ti> L uia fclerwitzer, president, plana call tor tt' open tag of .i tir eai In order to make the facilities of the Unified Hall ideally suitable for a school plant, extensive alterations and improvements art being made during the summer months. There will be playground facilities available to the school, in addition to two modern and welt-equipped classrooms. 'ihi program in tlubranch will tolkm the elamaotar) grades oi t'nlent) l he program w ill be *11 vided equalh. offei in .i complet • icidanur pro g r a m and an intensive Hebrev program All classea in the Hebrew Department will ix* con ducted in modem II* bre The >cadenric program ill follow trucurriculum <>f the Dade County Beard >f PuMic Inatruclion and the Florida State D*> iNsrtnient ol Kducation iho Hebrew Academy is fully a< redttod by thFlorida State I >i portmenl of Education Farina to Work On Peru Project Over Summer Joseph P Farina, a student at George Washington Ui has !•• en chost n bj the Ea it ana ol the Am i it an National Red < to %  to Peru this sum mor as i • i ol two collie students hi will be part <>i nun men U an taking i art in wort stud) ram, Pi ojecl Pei u Farina and ;i student from Souttiei n i 'onnet I icut State i II unik M i th an adult a I er and six high school stu lenta teat hing and practit ii t aid and assisting in repairing It in Lima during the month ol Jul) In August, the) v ill mo\ e to the northern provinces ol Peru and participate in a food distribution project From June 2'A to Jul) 1, his t !• a iii and three o! her t e a m took training in P u e r t o Bit i before li as ing for Peru. At George Washington, Farina baa been active In the Communit) Service Coordinating Committee Dormitor) Council, Crew Team radio broadcasting on VVHGW. an president of his class tor two GREATEST VALUE EVER! out 9S3&I POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT e COMPLETE DINNER • DANCING e AUTHENTIC HAWAIIAN REVUE ALL FOR 3 9 5 NO COVIR NO MIN. Steven Pavetsky Bar Mitzvah Set On Saturday. Jul) 10, Steven son ..I Mr and MrJack Pavelsky will be U;ir Mitzvah .ii Temple Til In Jacob Kiddush follows Steven is .i student at Filer Jun %  ih-h and plays trombone in tht school band He is ala i •• memoi r of the football team | by the Hialeah Optomista Club \ reception will be held at Suri Town II. ill on Seiurda) i ve • Dcvid Rosenberg %  II da) morrt in I •%  n Ices ] • i, rah included H • %  Bar Mitzs .i i David soi .ui,! Mrs Nathan Rosenberg, • St Dai id is an ei le h mor student .it Palme! lun i inel in the \ I \ lui i hi >n at Ki Ba) l the ceremony liiiiii'ii d tlif celebrant ^W^^WWWV\^>S*^''Vv 1 Ola&unfca MISOI %  i da 1 Smorgasbord BANQUETS! RECEPTIONS! Accommodations ler up to 300 wests. fOK WORMATION PHONE MU 1-9301 JOSEPH FARINA years president ol ll Student Council and the S Bed) He also held leadersh posts m the Bo) Scouts, America Legion Boys Statt art I Tempi Judea Youth Group In 19( rect ivt d the Miami Herald Silvi Ktii ;ht Award in the field ol izenship THt AIM COHO'-iCNtO Waldmarf Mil STRICTLYKOSMER CUISINE ONLY GLAT T Ml ATS {•'*•< in th WAiDMAN M"nt( %  U Supo i'0i dairy per pr-'cn OSubit ore. INCLUDING MEALS 30 o* 133 rooms RESERVE NOW FOR THE HIGH HOLT DATS ALL THIS FREE I Wionor Roost*. Moviot fnl.rloinm.nl TV in Every tooat. Private 6*oth, Pool Phone JE 8-5731 OCEAN T 43r I Complete DINNERS from $1.25 wr AI-.0 Hi>> A Complete Take O.it Mtn.i OHN 3 to 10 P.A4. SONOAtr J to • PM. 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    Pcce 12-B jfnlstfkr/cftor Friday. July 9. ;e f Moshe Sharett, 71 Former Premier. Felled by Cancer Miami Beach Chapter of the Women's D.visBen Flcra Sinick, Rena Stein, Norman Hill, icnTXrnerican Technion Society, holds a planZion Gin.buig. ^^"^SX^ meeting. Seated are Mesdames lay Dermer, Dorothy Krieger Fink. Trudy Hamerschiaq, the form of a brunch next fall, as Milton Sirkin. Leo Rutstein end Max Kern, a mid-winter luncheon and a Standing are Mesdames George Valentine, bership coffees_ b eginning in Oc tober^ series of memJudge Klein Takes Office Judge E tovard S. Klein was T in a^ the fourth Criminal COUit of Record Judge in ceremonies end',::ted July l in the Metro ] • Building. .•I <>f office was adminisby District C url f Appeals Ige Richard H M, Swann Sen-iminal Court ol Rec rd Judge %  Williams officiated. Judge Klein was chief prosecutor in Division B of the Criminal Court of Record while an assistant State Attorney in the office of Richard E. Gerstein. He served as legal attache to the Dade County legislative delegaticn du'ing the last two sessions cf the Florida legislature. secutive vice president of the Young Democratic Club of Dade County. pa-t president of L Ige, B'nai B'nth. a ••: %  of the Criminal Law Com-. • the H rida Bar. Ige Klein lives at 1900 Sw 59th i ied to the former anz Hi has two children, Norton Tire Co. Has New Store Ncrtoi Pall it pr< ridenl of the n fire i ompany, has an ling ol pany's i w< 5t Palm ice mi July a ifiami-based orin 1924 by t chairman of the nation's i i. % %  *"* Any way you figure it... THE FINEST/ WELCOMED TO IS WELCOME WAGON GREATER MIAMI A visit '-om cjr hostess will malt you 'eei at horns, with her basket of gi'ts end answers to questions about the city, iti services in* facilities. Just call .. |\\elconietf^Va(4ori HI 8-4994 %  HCOME NEWCOMUttl UM tkit Mupoa It IK k>„ BWtv SN*tl Nam* Add-m an. Z Pleose hove the Welcome Wagon Hostess cnll on Mt, 1 would like 0 subscribe te The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Oept., M.P.O. Bo. 2973, Miami, Flo. Kate Marks Dead at Age 77 Pioneer Miami. HI Kate Marks, v ho eame here from Key West v> years ago, died June 23, She was JUDGf IDWARD KllIN Mrs Mark.lived al 2535 SW 27th Ave and operated Mai dry stoic opposite Miami s i High for many years. She was active in the Ladies Auxiliary, Norman Bruce Brown Post JWV Sun n ing are two sons Markand Perry Marks; a d ter, Mrs Norman Jones, all ol Mi ami: ihrei brothers I uis and Joseph Rosenthal, of Miami Bea< h and Edward Rosenthal, ol 1>< Iraj Beach, Fla two sisters M: Bei ih., Wall and Mrs Hern • if Miami Beach, and 10 grandchil dren Services were held June i .,1 Homo ial in Ml \'< I n ISAL1 M *• Jewish %  %  Hj ii.,.; ital He was 71 ll. u iso .i n ember of the Kt rebinl 1958 Death came after a long illness, and the cause was diagnosed luno cancer. After being in and out of the hospital a number of times, he reentered the institution ten days ago, seemed to feel better, continued to see friends His bod) was to be laid in -t.it'' rtyard of the J •• %  Vgencj here Thursday The fu il win i e h< Id Friday morning Interment in ac< with his i tx %  the old cemetery • p e | AM\ il> disclos" I thai in a will he signed in August ., • >., publ si through "i" in notici in I at my I I should be laid to rest ,, metei s I Tel \vi\ next to : Do> Hi lishu wen I friei ies ol Mosh< Sharett in the Ma|ai Party llu Sharett and members of the family, and dictated correspondence until Tuesday afternoon, when he fell into a coma. : milj was at %  • !o iHirvivi i and a da tbltc refrain : the iii "i the and In %  v a with i from pubUahini Of eondoleneamil\ tlao n lhat no wnaths be sent or tn the funeral. %  Harry August, Pioneer Miamian, Passes Away Han \.i u-t. founder %  %  I j DotartM, dit July l Mr \ ..r who CsWDC ti over I '-" '' B Pawn K I w i president and cha | ( | of the bekery h. [ M ,i live in UM \lA Beta David Sjrn; j ll.<* mber "f the SI •. \ • with hi-, w if.I n Dr K Ha> I • ialto -.. \rnold; and a da I Id July {at don JAI I SOLLOW • • .... i TOP' M % %  %  %  ( iwmr



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    iy, July 9. 1965 *Ulstth*Mtor Poqe 13-B Give Them Tools to Build Israel through Rejoice again with 'Hose you love in Israel by trading them packaqes through CARE. 3ring them your warmth and affection and ma'.:e their spxits brighter arcl fuller through your thoughtiul gifts. Your gifts will bring happiness to each recipient — whether they are your relatives and trieadSi cr Institutions or a needy refugee family. Help to rebuil i rough your gift 2! FOOD. TOOLS. BOOKS and T-IrZDICAL SUPPLIES thus enabling them to make their way in life. There are no parcel post charges, no taxes or duties. The food enters ration-free and is certified Kosher. Your name is on every package. 'Jr.designated contributions are deductible for Federal ncome Tax purposes. CARE will assure delivery of your gifts to Israel. Just select tho*e you wish 10 send and mail the girt form with your specific instructicr.and your check or rnone^, order. Make out to CARE, and send to CARE Inc.. 312 Forsyth Building. Atlanta. Georgia 30303. Send Your Personal Gift of Help and Hope to Israel... PACKAGES THAT MAY BE DESIGNATED IN ISRAti (not to exceed 2 per month to a fom !y. group or individual) Israel Food Package (Kosher) Israel Family Food Package SI3.25 s;:.oo 2 ois. Evaporated Milk 70 ois. Pin 'apple 32 oit. Chocolate 16 ois. Cocoa 8 on. Soup Mix 31 ois fruit Salad 30 oit. Peaches 4 ois. Instant Coffee 60 oii Beef in Natural Juices 4S ois. Veal in Natvial JsiCM 30 ors frunkurlers 45 at.. Paprikash 1 S ois. Tongue IS ois. Meatballs 48 ois. Tablet Sugar 32 ois. Rice 28 ois. Condensed Milk 4S ois. Bief in Natural Juices 30 ois Veal n Ncturul Juices 20 oi. Frankfurters 1 S ois. Paprikash 64 ois. Rice 24 ois. Tablet Sugar 32 ois. Chocolate 2 oxs. Instant Coffee 30 ois. Peaches 16 ois. Cocoa 8 ois. S-JJ Mix Packages that CAN NOT BE Designated to Individuals or Institutions in Israel: Auto Mechanic Kit Electrician Kit Metal Workers Kit Needle Trade Kit Physical Education Kit $25 W 20.00 20.00 7.90 25 00 Sewing Machine (Electric) Woodworking Kit -Self-Metis Fund 'Book Fund Medical Fund S7S.00 20.00 (Any Amount(Any Amount) (Any Annum Contributor to the*, funds will r*c*i* a r**rt from the CARE Mission Chief as to how contribution was used four dollars do so much ... % end os many as you can CARE helps you save on food for friends and loved ones — If you were to send these packages yourself, you would pay almost one-half again the cost of the package in postage — $4.55 on the 510.00 package, and S7.25 on the SI8.25 package. Since CARE has the cooperation of the United States and Israel governments, it saves you the cost of duty, postage and handling. In order to avoid disappointments to those in Israel to whom your E package means so much, won't you mail your order today? those who are less fortunate and sorely in need of food, or a refugee ily. or someone in need in Israel, send extra S10 packages. Each packsent through your contribution bears your name and address as donor. his Advertisement Sponsored by CARE, Inc., 312 Forsyth Building, Atlanta, Ga. 30303 ENCLOSED FIND $ ISfl Israel Family Food Package $18.25 Israel Kosher Food Package $10 00 Self Help Kit ($ ) FROM: please print) •$ Far Self-Help Fu-d *$ Far Book Fund •$ For Medical Fund TO BE DELIVERED TO: (pleat* print) '(may not be sent to specific individuals) Please use a separate sheet for additional names. PARTY CATERING Call lor Party Brochure p.iities u • ii Function*—Suffota > • MASTER HOST Phone 633-8066 VIC P0TAMKIN CHEVROLET INC. 540 Alton Road, Miami Beach HOLSUM BAKERS 5761 Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florid* HENRY GILBERT %  GERALD R FAL'CK ROBE RT SC ••• 3 I Life lnj.,rinct Representatives [ SOUTHEAST FLORIDA GENERAL AGENCY Ph. 377-1736 990 S.W. 1st Street, Miami COUNCILMAN JOE MALEK CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FIVE POINTS NATIONAL BANK Coral Way at 17th Ae., Miami, Florida AMERICAN SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 16SS Washington Ave., Miami Beach MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI H T M.VR" iri 975 W. 49th Street, Hialeoh, Florida, Palm Springs Mil* CURTIS NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS 4299 N.W. 36th Street at le J. une Road CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION M N %  i: I SIX CONVENIENT LOCADNS Main Office Lincoln Ro.id. on the Mai It M Arthur Godfrey Ro.ld -25 .11 C 'llinj Aven„e. at 7Mh St. t Burfnd* Beach i Si Snjc:South Dade. N. Kendall Drive at L. S BILTMORE TERRACE ••THE FA V L> HOTt i_ On the Oceon at 87th St., Miami Booch RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. '20 A ton Ro.id. Miami Beat" 1250 Normandv Drive. M-wn 3r i 2003 West FiagieStreet V an 1717 SW 3'th Avenue. Miami 16660 NE '9th Ave North Van' B*l Phone 531 1151



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    . 1st RrrHtor Friday, July 9 1965 ?-=14-B LEGAL NOTICE 1 %  • .r. %  %  F --:. •. '• :-:-"E |] E LEGAL NOTICE : FLJ L %  •.; : E re CRED 1 LEGAL NOTICi LEGAL NOTICE %  %  %  %  %  : i s. • CE TO CREO T <"" 1 %  r .: No 6SC *0" NOTICE TO APPEAR BV PUBLICATION %  I %  .ill of %  %  LEGAL NOTICE IN TMF CIRCUIT COURT or -„.f Lb VENT'. JUD CIAL CIRCUIT .i. ANO FOR OADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No SC ?'• Hi 'I' NOTICE BV PUBLICATION \ rHoMAh i.-H. .1 1 1 t • -1 • %  I till % %  < I n v 1 inrnrj 1 •vi. SMITH mi K1 N llv • v ..-1-1. m". if 1 wKI 1 %  IMIXK vM' 1 •I;ITI:I:I. i.' \ %  T COURT 01 N AND FOR 0* z NO" CE TO CRI '. %  I I ANO FOR DADE lOi N NO' CE UNDER F1CT1T1O, NAMI LA A %  U All 11\\ H THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COU N" • FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67101 C IX RK Isi'.m ii;> 1 ii %  NOTICE TO CRED TORS • I r.i %  MIAMI, I %  • km I %  -\I.Y I. I til (t> II vil: %  M 11 ItoKKNIln II % %  %  n: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT '. ANO FOR DADE COU"." • FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 671-2 B %  .OTiCE OF PROBATE I %  I %  %  ki -1 ri: Y\'k I. !'• >\\ l.l.Nd I' I '. %  I K Hi %  il '. — %  /•v — >— — — — %  FLORIDA iN PROS-* L No 67392-B i. %  1 VI V \ 'O APPEAR • %  MAN NOTICE BV PI BLiCATION SI HE COUN'v JUDCE S COURT I N T M E C RC U T COU RT O" IN AND FOR DADE COUN' %  /fNTH JLIOJCIALCIHCOtT 0* FLORIDA IN PROBATE FLORD* NANDFOROAOi No mTJ B COUNTY iN CHANCERY NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK-K is HKRK1IY I;IVI •i.iin. '"I"' IK MKMTII: %  I-'* l-i M a 1)1 i I.;,.%  Rt'HW BXTKRI-RISK* I.W I'MI. KM IT.XKV ml vi .| n Rd M m r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTi, %  i .' A.I i-ITY Mo\ I i i "i n i .1 M MAI I %  ii. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW h I ION VI. i-AK ,l:N -| %  s '• :il '< Vvc, inti-ml I I.IN .vi T(. : ,. v A I'l i I NOTICE UNDER v ,,.,V CTIT| OUSNAME LAW ,. N '• %  HKKKItl .in vj ,,,,, "'" •"""' I'MII'..,,,.!•! l>r... N,,K,M 'Ki RAVKI IN THE COUNTY JLDCESCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67408 B IN* Ul i •• iMlli NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Iit-rvbj i %  %  I %  %  li'lr "I i M, ..r %  In. i % %  11 MARY V |i w l> .\ > i; \.. First pill ml l> of .1 in-, • %  Mi'ni ft'wll I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTr N C HANCERY No 60C • N VT VI UlTIX, \ e II.V VMM SUIT FOR DIVORCE '.: v|| I 111 r, %  %  I n I.I: \TIII:I:H V .N I -i.i' n u:\ v Mlun i. %  .I ,ff I %  %  %  %  \ i • %  % %  K vi: v vii %  i v. -|| K11:i \ v rH'X vi. n v\u \ %  i ill RIKUM v\ An.'i iti. %  • Kxi %  IN THE COUNTY Jl'OGE S COl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6-;t>: A IX RI RH II vlil) .1 I'll K I,... NOTICE TO CRED TORS To A II,.Ii %  ••••I | %  %  I" %  %  I %  Ulan r i p. I., li i vv I:I.I i 1 r Jinn KI i: r ri-.i.II VHorm I B IX KI NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  No ft'.C %  I •• %  SUIT FOR DIVORCI .11 • N .. V %  • NOTICE UNDEP FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW I %  l! v.;r ,, It SKR\ ( I IN TMI COl NTV JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DAOt COU". • FLORIDA IN PROBATE N I .' IX II .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I %  i.N %  %  %  .1 I.I .: VN '-' V • I RM AN hi % % %  I v vi vN •• lM AN S : %  > IN THE COLNTY JUDGE SCOURT N ANO t>R OAOr COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE N. t 731 B Kl.iV i \~K V NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPL CAT'ON FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE • i hat* i < i. %  ... i %  Ml. • .-~l l> I I • %  K Y \. ... -rl 1 't I' NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAVE UAW %  %  • 1(0 I.IN V n-l Av.nu, ,N | I-.. C L i >TV JUDGE s COURT I • AND FOR DADE CO FLORIDA IN PROBATE N 67M C CE OF PROBATE '•TATE OF FLORIDA IN %  -! NOT CE OF INTENTION TO MAKF APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE • l •!.. -Mr .^ A -.1 M..I t|>f>r> -.Iflllll %  ka> i -\tl III l-"U %  iN T i COUNTY JUDGE S COURT FOR DADE COUNTY. I L OHIDA N PROBATE No *J1M %  VN M..I I hi i th. l".Uc.Of l:l PI NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ., N '" U 4Hroval ..f I 1 l.-i, ,. %  lv. PI UKORIIK r i .. K1RIIU IS. IX u IV %  : I'l'K I.VI;K I %  M'-.' WTate' I. llK !...!Oi • %  I .V I.....I1> U-fl i



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    lay. July 9. 1965 +Jml*ii fhridUmr Paqe 15-H LEGAL NOTICE THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE i/EMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF rLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 66C 4916 \\ II.I.IAMM'.I RUII > A\ INQfl r pmv %  Y HENRY LEONARD haintifr. Si I i I T I; \ h> TT 11.1 kite, if mM led, r l %  rlrnltH NOTICE OF SUIT |.i. i n s. %  -i i I -• %  • l hla „ ... i| in. %  i led, Hi aidi ii' • [t'nknown. their unknown api inK, .iii.i it ill .i.i. thi i unknow n deviaee*, i. -..i• i v ||i II..I %  r. illlo man IK, la lining b) ihrouch, • ,.i uraln*t an) >bovi l-i| defendant* Who .l • %  • ''• •! in Hal Booh ..I I'..L> • il>. Public Ri i |. Florida, [in ,,i. i. i • i %  •. .1 :.. il. .i i • i... 11 lllll. Ill |.|.llllllflih.. I'l.ik "i ill. aforesaid i'ourt, -. %  \. .i i ii plainattornet MARTIN KINK, Dad. .,i n iild % %  %  Miami Florida l.ii... th in Jul) to, IMS, .'i.. I>. I T.. 111. --• %  w III I.. • 111. 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We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Ml :iIMS lor messenger eei vice LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTIi i: is HKRKIIV HIVKN tii. the I ii.mi. • i i .1 |"i ...i... • Iin. %  -.. i % %  i %  •!.. i Harbor T. rai • \t ..mi Ri .. h, PlotI la mi. n.i Ii ( aabl n.mi. with (Ii. i'I. t k ..f Hi. i.. n .,,,.i-..ii M.I. ouni |. Ida HKKT '•• I -l.l.M \ • "f 1*1 -' THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 673S4B |:i i la;aaj I l %  %  %  NOT CE TO CREDITORS I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67319-B IN RK I -• .. \ Mt'Kli II VRRT n INKS .1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. *5C 6507 RARB w: \ i.i .ii.i,i; KNi X, ii .iniiff. \ KDW VR1> .1 VMKH KNOX, I ..1. II. i.nit SUIT FOR DIVORCE lii i nv v|(li | \ MI:> K Nl '\ Hi >TBL KVAN8 i.i i. Hsu I'M >it.\KK. 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    July 9, 1965

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

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

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    eJewish FlLorklfLaiJri
    38 Number 28
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Miami. Florida. Friday. July 9, 1965
    Two Sections Price 2C*
    to
    f-G Urges
    m With
    >d China
    AVIV JTA i For-
    | resident David Ben-
    < n proposed Bhal the
    Govesmntnt invite i
    kj on from Red China
    m to brad t<> ee Its
    ments jnd probk DM
    Bove i" tasn Peking**
    pj ton i r i Israel Hi'
    bat tiio rond bo !*"
    Middle East lay
    Eh Red China and as-
    that Red China's in-
    was contributing to
    stability of 'he region
    al>o dtockMOd that, as
    Her, he had been "per-
    involved" in four at-
    at mediation of the
    -Israel conflict with
    dent NnOMf of Egypt
    lid one of the attem its
    jntjated by an American
    sary" of l*ronI dent Ei-
    [.wer "and another bji
    ' gh st.it.- Depnrtmenl
    third attempt. he said
    n ade b> a British journ
    0 Interview) i Nai
    he t'Hir'i thi
    1 Ol 1 I I i'tv-idi nt
    i i 1 '. >
    ct when Nas
    led All .it
    lex
    ZOA Elects Torczyner;
    Lists Many Resolutions
    iacquis rotrczrwri
    fefcn itr helm
    New Attacks
    In Bamberg
    BAMKF.RG. W. Germany(JTA)
    New anti S;-mi:ic unearings, in-
    chiding m aimed at Chancellor
    1 !' rig Krhard. were found this
    week i n three l>uild-.ng and men-
    umeiit.s in Bamberg, the scene ear-
    lier this month of one of the m..st
    his outbreaks of men vandal-
    ism in postwar German btsl rj
    Anti Semitic stiekoN were pasted
    ..n tl building] and anti-6emitic
    scribbtings paint d on them
    ,,i the s, I "This ii f'>;'
    Continuerl on Page 15-*
    Japai Party Internal
    lit Appears Certain
    T Elects
    her Prexy
    (JTAi The Jewish
    r of ORT was emphasized
    non-poiitual character
    .n resolutions adopted at (peu minority members proved t.
    rid ORl Union confreaa l(e inaccurate. Ben-Gurion an
    nounced last week he intended to
    40 before the VOtera with such a
    list headed bv him
    TEL AVIV (JTA)The Mapai
    ii i rel i! lal wsrns Pre
    mier David Ben-Gureon's InUowers
    .11 his power struggle with Premier
    Levi Eshkol thii week that the
    minority could not remain in the
    party and still launch an indepen-
    dent list for the November Parlia-
    mentary elections.
    However, none of the minority-
    members attended the secretariat
    meeting and advanced warnings
    that action might be taken to ex
    week. Dr William Haber.
    juversi > >if Michigan, was
    i nehinnl i f the Central
    the I n i o n and Daniel
    .* nan.e i i n.iinnaii ol it -
    |\< Committee Mai Braude
    med direct) r genei ll
    i on of World ORT Union
    h* .uled by Daniel Mayer
    WfUMAM HASfR
    Centre/ ai4 Ckicf
    The secretariat deci.J*d to tend
    a delegation to make last min-
    ute appeal to Ben-Gurion for
    unity and to invite him to attend
    the next secretariat meetir-.-j to
    talk things over. The former
    Premier said he would respond
    to the invitation only after it
    wit made official but a Ben-
    Gurion spokesman said that Ben-
    Gurion probably would not ac-
    cept the bid.
    Before the lecrotariat me, ting.
    Mapal secretary-general Reuben
    Barkatl called the minority plan
    for an independent list "pernicious
    and anti-party The Ben-Gurion
    faction retorted with a charge that
    all of its proposals had been re-
    jects! by the majority.
    Meanwhile there appeared to be
    a Brining of the belief among both
    majority and minority that the
    spin within Mapal was beyond
    Continued on Page 2-A
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK Jacques Torczyn
    or. of New York, was elected Sun-
    day president of the Zionist Or-
    ganizataon of America at the final
    plenary, tension of the 68th annual
    convention <>f the organization at
    the Hotel Waldorf Astoria.
    He succeeds Dr Max Nus-baum,
    < Hollywood, Calif who completed
    three one year terms.
    Herman L. Weisman. of New
    York, noted attorney and Zion-
    ist loader, was elected chairman
    of the National Executive Com-
    mittee, the ruling body of the
    organisation between conven-
    tions, succeeding Torcxyner, who
    held this office for the past three
    years.
    Dr. F.manuel Neumann, of New
    York. w.i. reelected honorary pres-
    ident Harold W Cannely. of
    Brooklyn wna reelected chairman
    Of the National Administrative
    Bi ird. and Leon llutovich, of New
    Yoik. national ancretary.
    (i her national officers elected
    included Dr. Marcus I 'vinson, of
    ton, Tex., vice chairman of
    National Executive Committe
    of Indianapolis,
    rial \ ;
    ministrative B ard
    ! \ i York
    i
    : j
    ,. in and

    \.,t:onal !' name I 'in
    mitti '
    National vice presidents of the
    Zicnist Organization of America
    elected to office include Dr. Irv-
    inq Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
    El, Miami Beach.
    The newly-elected president of
    the Zionist Organisation of Ameri-
    ca t rings to his office long rec-
    ord of service in the leadership
    in the American and World Zionist
    movement. He is a member crt the
    Presidium of the World Zionist
    Actions Committee and chairman
    of Use ZOA World Zionist Affairs
    Committee since 1952.
    He was born in Antwerp. Bel
    ghim, in 1914. where his father
    lerved as president of the Bel-
    gium Zionist Federation until the
    | innin | of the .second World War.
    In 1945. he was one of the 18 ong-
    UNREMITTING VIGILANCE'
    Protect Israel's Security,
    Zionist Organization Says
    DR. LEHRMAN
    IN PLEA PAGE 10-A
    NEW YORK (JTA) Ameri-
    can Zionists were called upon this
    week to display "unremitting vig-
    ilance" in helping to safeguard the
    security of Israel. The call was i-
    sued at the 68th annual convention
    ol he Zionist Organization of
    America by Rabbi Max Nusshaum.
    outgoing ZOA president, who de-
    livered the keynote addre.-s
    The opening session of the con
    vention at the Waldorf Astoria Ho
    tel highlighted addresses by Is-
    rael Ami assndor Avraham u.iv
    man uh'i broughl greetings on be-
    half oi "the Governmei l and people
    i t i re I, Sen Jaci b K .lav il an I
    Pau 1 Screvane, chairman of the
    New York Cltj Council, who wel
    e i the d< I on l"-'..' I
    York Rabbi lr\
    Miller, honorary, chairman ol
    Contmuvd on Page 6-A
    CHARUS JORDAN
    succeeds Koset leevitf
    Charles Jordan Will
    Head JDC Operation
    Continued on Page 5-A
    Nl u YORK JTA) Edward
    M M Warburg, chairman of the
    joint Distribution Committee, an
    nounced this week that Charles H
    Jordan, of Geneva, has been named
    secutive head of the welfare agen-
    cy, with he title of director gen-
    eral Jordan succeeds Moses A.
    Leavitt. JDC executive vice chair
    man. who died in Geneva last
    month.
    The designation was made at a
    special meeting of the JDC Admin
    istration Committee. Mr. Jordan
    will continue to maintain his head
    quarters in Geneva, but will be
    coming to New York for frequent
    consultations. Serving under him
    will be Herbert Katxki as Deputy
    Iv.vctor-Genrral in Geneva, and
    - tel L Haber, as n. putj lired
    ieneral in New York. Mi-- i><>r
    tl j I. Speiser, assistant tre
    or. will a-some additional duties
    as JDC Secretary.
    "Moses A. Leavitt was a man
    of unique gifts," Warburg de-
    clared. "Mis extraordinary con-
    tributions affected the lives of
    hundreds of thousands of men,
    women and children in all parts
    of the world. It has been JDC s
    good fortune that for the past
    ten years Charles Jordan has
    been sought by governmental
    and intergovernmental bodies, as
    well as other voluntary agencies.
    He has our full support in the dif-
    Continued on Page 13-A
    LOYALTY TO GOVERNMENT ALSO RESOIVED
    So. Africa Jews Affirm Faith
    JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
    The Sruth African Jewish Board
    of Dcpujes closed its biennial con
    greSS h :< this week with a de-
    cision to exrarwl its services par-
    ticularly in the tields of pubUc re-
    lations aimed at promoting good-
    will between Jews and nun Jews
    in this country a"d In expanding
    its Jewi .h culture and you.h pro
    grams.
    Among the resolutions adopted
    by the Hoard was one reaffirming
    the liyalty of the Jewish common
    Irv to South Africa and expressing
    the hope that the Republic would
    continue its progress to benefit all
    its people. Ihe Board also rcaf
    finned the community's cultural
    and religious ties with Israel and
    pi dged all possible assistance to
    Immigrant settlement in Israel
    Another resolution expressed
    "grave concern regarding the
    plight of Soviet Jewry" and urged
    that the free world bring pres-
    sure to bear against the USSR
    to allow religious and culture
    freedom and to permit immigra-
    tion to Israel where desired. The
    Board also called upon the Gov
    ernment to ban the entry of
    Naiis into this country in the
    same way that Communist! are
    barred. Dr. Teddy Schneider,
    outgoing chairman of the Board,
    was elected president, succeeding
    Naomi Phillips who was named
    Chairman of the United Com-
    munal Fund.
    A bitter controversy between Or
    thmlox and Reform factions which
    il plagued the South African
    Jewish community for years was
    Continued on Page 6-A


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    ?age 2-A
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    Friday, July g
    YMHA to Launch Saturday Programs
    In Keeping With Spirit of Sabbath
    a'
    Saturday evening. May 22. marked the fust presentation of
    an award given by the'lsraebte Center to the 'Most Outstand-
    ng Woman cf the Year." Presentation took place at the home
    ot Mr. and Mrs. Hyman firmer on Star Island. Mrs. Che
    :-r president of the Dora Stein Sisterhood, was chosen as
    irst to receive "The Woman of Valor" Award from the
    ^abbi S. T Swirsky presented Mrs I
    Mapai Party Internal
    Split Appears Certain
    Continued from Pag 1-A
    the i
    . |
    Informed observers indicated
    hey believed that Mosne Dayan.
    o r m e r Arncuiture Minister,
    Beth Torch Sets
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    n
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    despite his public aMtrtiMi H)l
    the wiser strategy wou'H be for
    the minority to fight for its
    views within the pa'ty. D
    resigned previously as in ex-
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    cultural and reereattoneJ pi*
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    Friday, July 3
    during the week
    as i see it

    by LEO MINDIIN
    The Task Before
    The Zionist Movement
    The 68th annual national con-
    vention of the Zionist Orqanization
    of America in New York City over
    the July 4 weekend discussed jx va-
    riety of issues, principally the /.OA s
    role in a world where Israel is today
    a political reality. This has been the
    major Zionist issue since the re-
    emerqence of the Jewish State back
    in '.943.
    Not a sinqle convention has taken
    place since then that did not study
    Zionism's new task in the light of
    the fulfillment of her oriqinal reason
    for beinq.
    Over the veers, the ZOA
    had many challengei mount in
    - of its own surv suri
    he most
    .. h 3m former Pi
    rael I
    hurled 1 |

    the insignificant
    ::can Jews to the new State.
    By now, the Zionist Orqc
    oi America has sustained and withstood the
    most lethal of all these chcllenqes and seems
    once again to be qrowinq despite its loss of
    strength, an achievement due in no small
    measure to Premier Levi Eshkol who, unlike
    his predecessor, is an unremitting source of
    encouragement.
    The theme of the convention, "Israel and
    Zionism Partners in Jewish Survival." harks
    back to the early days of post-Israel Zionism,
    when then ZOA President Rabbi Irving Miller,
    standing at the helm of a floundering orqaniza-
    tion, called upon American Jewry to qrow into
    what he described as a "spiritual identifica-
    tion" with their brethren in the new Middle
    Eastern republic.
    It is hence comfortable today to speak in
    these terms, but a developinq comfort should
    not cause us to stray from some of the oriqinal
    problems besettinq the Zionist movement that
    have by no means yet been resolved. Prin-
    cipal amonq these, as the venerable Mr. Ben-
    Gurion himself suggested, is the scarce aliyah
    from the U.S.
    FACILITATING PROCESS Of ALIYAH
    Mr. Ben-Gurion may have been of-
    fensive, but he was not unrealistic in his ap-
    praisal.
    One of the ways in which the Zionist
    movement can best serve both Israel and
    American Jewry today is to fcc.!:!ate the pro-
    cess of aliyah. Those intimately ccguainted
    he issues at staKe in immigration to Israel
    know full well that Jews : ere virtually discriminated ai in terms of
    uncial help available to them.
    Modestly-equipped American Jews arriv-
    inq in Israel aie faced with the dilemma of
    having enouqh funds to purchase living quar-
    ters or to invest in small business enterprises;
    they do not have enouqh for both. But, as
    Americans, they are regarded as sufficiently
    affluent so as not to qualify for sources of as-
    sistance open to indiqent Jews arrivinq from
    elsewhere abroad. Compared to the indiqent,
    they are, of course, well off. But helped to re-
    solve their dilemma, they could repay the help
    many-fold with the technical and commercial
    variety they would bring to the land.
    This kind of discrimination is not leveled
    against American Jews, alone; Jews of the
    British Commonwealth nations have also suf-
    fered similar treatment,
    ment in those count; ies ear
    1*SHADOW OF MMW^-q*
    judement.
    Gurlor. was amonq American Zionism's most
    ardent opponents because of what he reqard-
    ed as its tailuie, he also served the effective
    taskmasters who did less than facilitate Amer-
    ican aliyah who in tact helped to inhibit it.
    In recoqnition of this very bitterly paradox-
    ical situation, it is here that the Zionist Orqani-
    zation ot America can prove its effective worth.
    By emulatinq their British brethren, they can
    make "Israel and Zionism Partners in Jewish
    Survival" achieve its fullest meaning.
    We Should Not Stampede
    The New York State law signed by Gov.
    Rockefeller, providing textbooks to children in
    both public and religious schools in the state,
    should be challenged.
    We do not doubt that a large number of
    Jewish school students will benefit from the law.
    But those of us who support its laudable
    intent take a position inconsistent with the long-
    standing view held by the American Jewish
    community at large regarding separation of
    church and state.
    This is a clear infraction of the principle.
    We have held fast to it in the past in tne mat-
    ter of religion in the schools, includinq such ex-
    plosive issues as leisure-time programs and the
    display of religious symbols on major holidays.
    because Jews now find that they will bene-
    fit from a clear violation ol the principle should
    not cause us to stampede. This is more than
    inconsistent It is expedient. It compt
    our niorai view so seveieiy mat our position on
    future issues invoivin | .. n
    a:.. will surely nav< us
    ..... rthy.
    we go not beiieve that the u
    is ed oy tne immediate .....
    The Mission to Israel
    The Greater Miami Jewish Federation-
    Combined Jewish Appeal Mission to Israel in
    September announced this week is another
    new look in the ever-strengtheninq uno je of
    federation here. 'See Page 12-A .
    As a conseguence, the specially-desiqned
    tour should go a long way toward answering
    many guestions in the minds of these younq
    people and ultimately wed more firmly
    their purpose to our community's annual hu-
    manitarian campaign.
    By understanding more fully wharf
    But the Zionist move- working toward, they should be able one day
    arly moved to fill the to supply the Federation and Cc:
    source
    yMI AMERICAN Br
    stion will hold m ^
    al convention on MiamjTj
    from Aus 9 to \:\ iu,~
    ters will he at the F^J
    blrau Hotel. Some is.qJ|
    sons are expected to
    Of course, all attorsajll
    welcome, but not ^
    Member* of the Br *
    hanpen to he Jewish or"
    will have to face the
    of attending social sessions of the convention scheduled at the"
    restricted Bsth dub Nevertheless, the stellar function i> ,-xp^
    attract governors and eanilfemn from across the country t,,
    as members of the cabinet
    Already listed as among those certain to attend are r,ovn
    William W Scranton. of Pennsylvania; George Romney. of \]1(.
    and Warren F HeBrBM <>f Missouri High administration
    wiU include K Sargent Shriver. director of the Office of |
    Opportunity; W Willard Wlrtt, secretary of labor: and John
    nr secretary of commerce
    Associate Justice Byron w white, of the United States
    Court. wi]i be among prominent jurist-, expected to spool
    gressmen due ben include Sen Edward V lx>n .1) Mo 1, s
    rs 1' Fli Rep Thomas B Curtis ,k Mo |. Rep R^j
    Griffin lR-111 and Rep Frank Thompson .ir dVNJ.)
    This is a stellar arra) particularlj for a convention
    who* sessk nssn slated to be held in a Miami Beach n
    long At least two functions
    : into th.- posh Hath Club It u .
    a dil t task 1 '' Bar Associal
    11 Ft; .. !< i 1 |] ...
    IM||. at a t'ias mfecto
    all) big '
    THl AMIKICAN BAD WOIUD PANOll TO B'GOTS.
    THE POINT NEED I d
    1
    I
    I to the Bath < |
    .

    ...
    f ex pre!
    centers in the north Thi

    the Bar i" pandi t< I itrj
    who would prolong the < ny, who would act Kptosit.
    than as a catalyst toward ant itgamBtiofi who would divide us I
    an umbrella of chaos rather than unite us in the American
  • democratic fulfillment
    The Bar. symbolic of the lawful and the orderly, by its n..-
    projection ot nun in i free society governed according to c si
    tional principle, must become a mockery if it submits to What
    national convention has proposed here for Atl| B to 13. If
    elw the Amencan Jewish Committee has Id ih liar knee I
    at least, is how Jews i<< I
    THl PlKSOHAl TOUCH JOWAMD SUITABILITY
    SPECIFICALLY AT ISSUE la the annual reception and d
    ** the Tax Section of the American Bai on Saturday, Aug. 7 at I
    B.ith Club. Making the matter worse is that this function **
    pored by Miami attorneys; while the sad fact emerges that
    Jews on the arrangements committee also served with then'
    But the work of the committee is Rjppoeed to have beef
    narrowly distributed into ivii.u. >i responsibilities, that its jf
    participants are reported to have had BO knowledge of the 8
    man's decision.
    Now it appears that when committee representative
    the restrictive policy of th.- Bath ( lub with rluh officials
    allegedl) assured Negroes ,.- members of the American B
    ation, would of course in welcome (o attend conventio
    scheduled there Th. question of Jewish member* was
    raised
    Neither ckx it 1 1 Pi rell .'r of I
    \.. pn sident of the Ami poi ions )
    slly to make furtl --at the I
    ption expiainin
    lies 11 immunit) 11
    \- n a nations; I I
    Jew t to at
    rricai
    lion" >
    . .
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    of I
    deal
    lead
    tun
    01
    c
    a
    in
    ha
    el
    ts
    breach and correct the error in official Israeli ish Appeal with a studied, well-oroomed 1
    of leadership and qeneral participation 1
    Hence, while fo.mer Prime Minister Ben- philanthropic endeavor both her aZ atroad
    THl PRACTKl Of VNGUSHOT TOUKANCt
    QOMPOUNDING THE METAPHORIC < !M v ,- th. .
    Iton belonging to tbi Dadi
    1 ho work here throiichmit th.
    whose sensibilities .jj, offended t>v tt.
    beduhng the r.i\ Section function si U
    It part hem thai officers of the local chaptwd
    thi \ 1 un mittee have now b-i:iin to ad
    sel\ .-s
    What is restricted social Garden of Eden'' *'<*"**
    ''> Harvi ...,,| h) the New \
    "" Surf Indian Creek and I
    Jewish the special Times fat*""
    ing M the city aa I
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    m !u led, are fierc |
    1 '.. In as storj
    lenti i
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    Continued on Ptgm 13-A


    July 9. 1365
    P<, Jro /./- ftukMOfl
    Page 5-A
    Torczvner Elected ZOA President
    i
    - \
    kp!e Menorah Vice President Louis Reinstein (right) con-
    ilales Samuel Malow on receiving the annual Member-
    Award at a recent festival at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    laid Rosen, president, said that Malow enrolled "the most
    members this past year and has given his untiring efforts
    irery Temple project." Malow is assistant financial secre-
    of the Temple and serves on the Membership and Visita-
    Committees__________________________
    AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL CONFIRMED
    orld ORT Meet
    ives Ha ber Helm
    baal
    u -
    Continued from Page 1-A
    it*, wu received by I'n m
    It, The Italian Presi
    ded tn the 1" Jewish
    1 i beet w (fhea for the fu-
    ture *jt ORT and it- work

    hat ]
    The tlegatas confirmed the
    ORT it 'tmtnt with the Israel
    Oaf^hsrrvent under which the
    afaaaar* ""ill expend its program
    In tartr- of increased enrollment
    in QRT projects. The delegates
    alse) er-proved maximum efforts
    h> ave c obsolescence of ORT
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    instruction techniques by setting
    up new seminaries where instruc-
    tors will be kept up-to-date on
    rapidly developing technological
    and teaching methods. Refresher
    course* will be made available
    to former pupils.
    Dr Abraham Sachar, president of
    BnndeJj University, warned at a
    iMnnirf at the done i>f the Conjress,
    that the many indications of ini
    proved attltudea toward Jewa in
    many part- "t the world "should
    not lull ua into abandoning Hie re-
    alism of so If help." He praised ORT
    for following that principle
    He also warned against the de-
    cline ..f sen-iti\it\ among Jeus at
    live in communal affairs, saying
    ;h.it "too many of US have become
    tired and we are !.- responsive."
    live
    Former French Minister, -peak
    ing at the dinner, cited the "wide-
    U Increased tasks" In France and
    m Israel, requiring the effort-, of
    ORT ami the Joint Distribution
    ( ommittee and the Jewish Colo-
    nization Association He n t oKT
    was helping not only Jews but
    Ofl in mixed Jewish Arab slum
    la in France, and helping also
    in African countries and in Iran
    and India.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    nal nr the Frienda
    . Mr David
    Ben Gin Ion
    He was a member of the Ju
    Itifkin Committee and of the Spe
    ., : thi I ish \
    cy, which completed a stud) of i
    - lacing the Zionist mow
    after the creation of the
    State of Israel. He is a founding
    member of the Board of Governors
    of the State of Israel Bond Drive
    and for many years has been aerv
    ins as a member of the Executive
    Committee of the United Israel A|>
    peal.
    A graduate of the Solvay Insti-
    tute of the University of Brussels,
    Torciyner has written and lec-
    tured extensively on Zionism and
    all problems dealing with the
    economic, cultural and political
    developments of the State of Is-
    rael and the Jewish people.
    He is at present assistant general
    manager of the RAASCO Israel Cor-
    poration.
    The convention closed is busi-
    ness leaatona with the adoption of
    a series of major policy resolutions
    dealing with the Middle East. Is-
    rael and World Jewry
    Among the resolutions adopted
    was one calling upon the U.S.
    Government to maintain its ec-
    onomic aid to Israel without de-
    nying similar aid to other coun-
    tries in the Middle East who do
    not employ or threaten to use
    such aid for aggression against
    Israel. The U.S. Government was
    also urged to strengthen Israel's
    security and deterrent capacity
    by direcrly supplying her with
    the arms necessary to prevent
    military imbalance in the Mid
    East.
    Am
    U s Government to make clea
    Arab
    untenance the apil
    sion <>: IsraeTa w atei
    soui i convention weh ome i
    the recenl action of the U S Con-
    is opposing the Arab boycott of
    I S busil --men and firms.
    The U S. Government was ala
    urged to encourage every manifei
    tation of peaceful intent in the
    Middle F. a t and to insist upon
    Arab-Israel negotiations to trans
    late armistice agreements into
    treaties of peace.
    The convention also adopted *
    resolution calling for the ratifi-
    cation by the U.S. Senate of the
    Gerocde Convention, and thus
    take it; ploce among the leading
    nations of the worid which have
    already done so.
    In a i ilution on Soviet Jev
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    to enlighten public opinion con-
    cern;:-,.; anti-Jewish cultural die-
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    pro-
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    Continued from Page 1-A
    ,. American Zionist Counci
    1
    Or. Nussbaum asserted h t
    for the first time Israel's arch
    MMtny, President Nasser of
    = gypt, was confronted during re-
    Tent months by events which led
    -0 a succession of defeats for
    -,im He added that "voices
    vere heard throughout Moslem
    ands, from the innermost circles
    ;f the Arabs themselves which
    poke of peace with Israel or,
    ?t least, of moderation and re*-
    ;onableness."
    Dr Nussbaun stated th.it '"for
    .,, decades the Jewish people
    - ighoul the world exerted all
    . fforts for the building ol the
    wish Stati Sov Israel 1- rea I)
    1 in with the Zionist movement
    riktmg the Jewish people "
    Dr Nahum G ildmann, president
    ie World Zionis; Organization,
    message from Geneva, de
    WaTi^dlo'SaJe^ard Israel
    , .< thai "the Zioi il
    finds itaell in
    its development/ adding that 11
    must m i" reconquer its leading
    Jewish lif< everywhere
    above all. within th.
    -1 ,. mmunity ol the *ori a.
    the I \
    At Saturdaj nighl session
    t), Sussbaum read a message from
    lenl Lyndon B Johnson, who
    .. red
    .., U1,|i : mj verj
    s to you and to the dele
    fective our resolve .0 break the
    vicious cycle of wars that have
    fflictad mankind. The close ge-
    lation of the Z.cmst Org.n.sa-
    tion of America with Israel and
    the Near East affords opportun-
    ty for the forging of new ideas
    and advances toward the un.ver-
    sal peace we seek.''
    Vice President Hubert Humph
    said "196.1
    knov the 2
    . ins As Presidenl
    \ -- 1
    i ke\
    speech was pitched in
    due n"i '"
    ll v I*
    friend. Ben Bella, has been,
    thrown and. above all,
    deterrent power cools hit |
    brows."
    Dr Neumann said ft
    of maker- in Was
    . h_ ir) to ., chan-'' 'ill inclined to m.,
    mst.nce.wl **'*-*.***
    ir|j .ilt.uk 00 I"-"'1
    an e
    He cited Nasser being "mired
    with 40,000 troops
    and financial
    at loj
    in Yemen
    Egypt's economic
    plight as desperate; ho is
    his trusted
    in .1
    5 jo so wei
    veai ol the founding 0
    9erheads with Syria;
    ll.iv IhkI him |D !* .1 li..etg*ykl
    t!M> pas! Nothing hurt of ,,,
    nit American ;inrl Sihih jj
    HIM him fntm the end wtueti
    -er\< f :- mi
    latjON and reckless military
    venturers
    formed an honorable role in 1
    country's long search for world
    peaci
    "During this period when we
    celebrate our national indepen-
    dence, I wish to invite the con-
    vention to concentrate on ways
    through which we can make ef
    the an
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    prophec) ol beating rds """
    pl< v, sharps
    In tin- nuclear-rocket
    .in' indiapensab
    ;,iUl in, Mankind can noi
    afford the in llcss risk ol l
    becoming ignited in the Mid Ih
    East or anywhere '!-< and leading
    i.( ->,:ii\ to .i eonfUgration which
    might \m\ i rtl .ill mankind
    "Amerii a's t neat wiah is,
    therefore, that all powers >>f the
    Middle East agree at the eaaileat
    poaaible date to resolve their dif
    fefeneea In the interest ol a just
    and permanent peaci
    JoiepH Sapriir, rntmbar ef the
    KnosMt, and chairman of the
    Liberal Party of Itraal. ttrestad
    Saturday night "with tha utmatt
    amphatii that any attempt to
    bring about talk* with our neigh-
    bors (Arab states) on the basis of
    any territorial concessions on our
    part or through the eettlemant of
    Arab refugees in Israel, will be
    formally rejected by the vast ma-
    jority ef the Israeli people."
    He further emphasized thai
    "such claim* made bj the Arabs
    have no btaua whatsoever as f.ir as
    the needs of the nations surround-
    ing us or the welfare of the refu-
    gees themselves are contenaad."
    Mr Saphir head- the joint Lib
    eral lleiut >late of condidaies. in
    oppoaitton to the dominant Mapai
    Party, in the ekactiona to th' Knes.
    set which will be held in Novem
    ber tin- m-.i:
    Addi i me 1 mm dele
    Saphir aaai i ted that "ii btx
    refugees were repatriated to I-
    rael. the} would form ;, 'lumpen-
    rial which would
    Ij menace larael's securit) an i
    itj
    lie t 1- there
    >n to the Arab's .ii
    tempt to deprive Israel ol it- i
    in oi the wati it
    the Jordan River and Lake Km
    ;i are vital an
    t i our verj existence and which ar,
    allocated to Israel undei I
    Johnson Plan, n a m e d aftei its
    American author "
    I):' Emanuel Neumann, in his
    address, warned "againat the il
    lusion that I ol Nassei has turne i
    'moderate' in vie of bis i
    remarks at the Arab Summit
    ference in I airo il. Mud ttu I
    So. Africa Jews
    Affirm Faith
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    iple Menorah confirmation took place recently conducted
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Ceremonies featured a cantata.
    ie Seven Golden Branches." Confirmands were honored
    [a luncheon following the services at the Deauville Hotel.
    row are Ellen Rappaport. Marlene Seqal, Arlene Kap-
    L Sivia Goldberg, Nancy Rubel. Linda Hall. Lyn Bornstein.
    Second row are Jon Saulson, Marjorie Lindenbaum. Wendy
    Mishkin, Sary P020. Penny Miller, Maria Taub. Debbie Davis,
    Helene Dwortiz, Nancy Gorodetaky. Back row aTe David
    Strickler, Steven Kringold, Zvi Honor. Susan Riesenberq,
    Rabbi Abramowitz, Linda Singer. Larry Feldman. Marc Suss-
    raan, Michael Watstein.
    Variety Holds
    Celebrity Lunch
    At Everglades
    \ celebrity luncheon last
    (I; > noon 111 > u 1ural c d
    -1 riea of rummer program* '
    \ Briet) Club, Tent 33, It ;i- I
    need this week bj CWH B irk r
    i;.t.i> Oxell
    \t.- in i> e r Drives, and : ien la
    were invited to the I5iiny.ni R 1
    j| the Everglades Hotel I 1
    Willie Pastrana Brat ipoi la 1 ele >-
    ritj slated i appear
    1 0 i hairmen >>i th- luncheoi
    Mel Karl, executive aecretarj f
    the Screen Actors Guild in
    da, and George MacLean, p> '
    I barker "i the Varietj Clu >.
    Variety Bponaon and auppoi 1
    Variety Children's Hospital.
    digious School Testing Program Shows Gains in Greater Miami Area
    sajderstta improvement in proximate educational measure pntvement or laek of progress; t gain some inssgM into the neves
    et~ t :i u s ti 1 m 'lie Jaw Mi hrm! f>>r our schools, to compare use the community norms t<> test sary approaches to improve th<
    is has been revested Ir* t 1 aj^^ norms with those of the pre lha aflat ski ibwiii nf anr 1 isnlriiliim general educational standards in
    ^tJew^shPEd^ioatien accord cedtaas, T-* s '" ragtotac im and oiaiastiom efficiency; and to our community.
    to an announcement of Joseph
    Brandeis Exceeds Campaign
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    Norman S. 1'atili. ili.nrman II
    Board of Trustees, told more tin
    1.000 paraoM ..Mending Hie uaivw
    sity'a prcan ut the Sheratan-Boiton Heaal
    ^n. president
    testing program was adanta
    in 27 schoola In the form
    Ltoo testa in Hebrew, prayera.
    and cerena hm 1 ha*-ie Ju
    ton. Zionism and Israel, and
    tin
    le norm
    ashed bj the
    progress
    achievement es>
    U sts ete.il l\ re
    in most "i the
    i- iiarinui.il l> in Habeas
    1 lea, in prayei 1
    m luiiln .ii and modern Jewish
    i>
    I dramatic gain was shown on
    [tests in Zionism and Israel.
    rthe increase in tha norm* of
    Judaism indicates that the
    is show development in ap-
    tioo o* basic Jewith cocv
    The marks also indicated
    rrable difference in
    ant of stvdonts in He
    departments and those in
    liay-a-weelc schools, even in
    .1 and customs and caramon-
    fwmtch are taught in English.
    testing program ahw ahasred
    de4>) trade aah snee In the
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    By Special Report
    NEW YORK The American
    Jewish Congress held it* f urJl an-
    nual "Dialogue in Israel" this week
    'Dialogue in Israel" this summer
    foeusing on the problems of Is-
    raeli and American Jewish youth
    Representatives of the college
    generation of both communities
    a ere the chief participants, it
    was disclosed at a pre-- I
    ence in Stephen Wise Congress
    House national headquarters of
    Unerican Jewish Congn -- bj
    Faul Vishny, of Chicago, chai
    of the AJCongress Commission on
    Jewish Affairs.
    Vishny, who headed the Con-
    gress delegation to the Dia
    with Shad Polier, Governing Coun-
    cil chairman, said the annual
    e was held at the Sheraton
    iv July 5 and 6 and at Gival
    Brenner on July 7 and 8
    Israeli parn lists luded
    Culture Aahron Yadlin
    : Minister of Education and
    Culture Aaharon Ya llin The other
    parth pants will I
    ily.
    nelists
    1. The d
    Beach JWY Post
    Wins Top Honors
    VI r Veti
    - M<
    rider, captun
    ii ndani es at
    I 19th annual convi
    Department of Florida at the
    DiLido Hotel.
    O mmander Weinman won the
    Harry 11. Cohen Memorial Award
    r:s "the man who has d ne the
    moot for JWY for a period of Bv
    consecutive years
    The post was awarded a plaque
    for its membership programming
    and the Best Post in Florida cita-
    tion.
    A post history book, compiled
    by Historian Abe Spinner took c-
    one! place for the Historians Award
    in .. close decision,
    Miami Beach Post 330 wm also
    awarded a blue ribbon from Na-
    tional JWV for having achieved
    :00 percent membership before
    Dec. 31.
    'WVVW>ANrfV youth of this generation and their
    parents, with emphasis on religious
    affiliation, Jewish education and
    idealism.
    2. The extent and character of
    Jewish commitment the extent of
    alienation from things Jewish and
    the reasons for it.
    3. The extent of involvement in
    present political and social Strug
    gles.
    In addition to Vishny and Poliei
    as chairmen, the American Jewish
    Congress delegation included:
    Mrs Virginia Snitow "f Scars
    dale. N V president of the AJCon-
    gress National Women's Division;
    Rabbi Moshe Davidowitz, oi
    Temple Sholoni. Greenwich. Conn
    David Berger, 22. of Brook-
    lyn, a 1964 honors graduate of
    Yeshiva University now enrolled
    in the university's rabbinical pro-
    gram and a Woodrow Wilson fel-
    low in Jewish history at Colombia
    Universit)
    Paul Cowan, 25. of New York
    City, a 1063 honors graduate of
    Harvard, where he was executive
    editor of the university's newspap
    er, The Crimson." and an or-
    ganizer on the Harvard campus of
    civil rights volunti i Mi.--
    lOli li
    t several months in I-
    rai 1 as .. teach r ii Bei rshi ba, a
    farm worker at Kibbul \
    Michael and an archaeologist's
    [ibei
    Mrs. Jane Sal
    Riverdale, NY. a 1959
    of Wellesley College, where she
    was -i Durai I i ar and a men:
    her of Phi Beta Kappa Mrs G
    reived a Master's degree at
    Radcliffe ( i Middle East-
    ern Studio and is currently a
    Ph D candidate at ( b>ia I'm
    v-ersit) in the field ol Jewish his
    torj
    Neal Kozodoj. 23. of New York
    City, a 1963 honors graduate of
    -t at
    the Hebrew Universit) in Jen:
    in 1960-61 Mr Koi ido) is
    now at Columbia University on
    Woodrow Wilson and Danforth
    Foundation r< idying
    toward a doctorate in Hi brew Li
    terature and Jewish History
    Vishny, who keynoted the
    opening session in Tel Aviv,
    noted that the Annual American
    Jewish Congress "Dialogues" in
    Israel serve as forums for 'a
    candid and searching inter-
    change of views between leading
    representatives of the American
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    Friday, July }

    1
    Dr. Lehrman Urges Wetewm #
    x/r# .........................2..............
    Judaism is more than a reve-
    lation, it li rttownt- relevant
    to modern life in prophetic terms,
    declared Dr Irving Lehrman
    Dr Lehrman spoke before the
    , Sabbath mcrning **
    of the 68th national eonventton <>'
    the Zionlsl Organization of Amer-
    ica last weekend at the Waldori
    Astoria Hotel in New York City.
    a, the convention. Dr
    who is spiritual loader ol Temple
    Emanuel-El, of Miami Beach, was
    Lieberman Joins
    Schwartz Agency
    Ron Lieberman has been named
    an account executive <>t Oerata
    Schwartz Agency. Miami Beacn
    public relations firm
    A. sophomore at the Unrversilj Ol
    Miami. where he is Studying gov-
    eminent and journalism Lieber-
    man graduated from Palmetto High
    School, where he was presm nl
    the Key Club and aportl editor -'l
    the school newspaper
    Formerly associated with radio
    stations WQAJI and WFUN. and
    the Miami News, be is the South
    Miami-Coral Gables correspondent
    for WKAT while in high school,
    Lieberman was a corresp mdet '
    for 'he Coral Gables Times Guid.
    sports writer for the Home-
    d Vews Leader
    ,- Lehrman quote.
    v bv H
    , .,. press and i
    the pulpil bei i
    Neither will H* be H" It
    time.- Dr. Lehrman fid KM can
    vention service, .**ng: "*
    th. Zionist Ore-n.i.t.cn of Amer
    tet to be big enough to accep
    from our own midst or from Is
    r.el, in the trH of our revered
    rabois. who drew a clear distinc-
    tion bttwaan the bitter harangues
    of Kor.ch end the constructive
    and honest differences of opin-
    ion between the schools of Sham
    mai and Hillel."
    Declared Dr. lehrman "TV /'
    onist organization will not depend
    upon status bul stature H*
    \ n's leadership was vindicated
    ,,v the sprouting "t his iBrfl '""
    almonds, the Zhmlat aaamrmni
    DM51 continue to evolve on Me 01
    ., true leadership SSheae HM1
    buds an The Miami Heach spiritual
    leader n ol ed thai "Zionism did
    -,| must net end with the ere
    ation Oi the State ot Israel tor
    Zionism means not oni> the re
    rion of the land but also BK
    elected a national
    ie ZOA
    Or Lehrman told the serv.ee
    gathering that "the Zionist
    Movement represents the heart
    of world Jewry. Z.omsm all tnese
    -ears has striven f r the estab-
    lishment of a Jewish nat.on in
    Palestine. Now that the goal IS
    achieved, it should continue Jo
    be the link between the vast body
    of Jews outside of the country
    and those living in Israel."
    Commenting on a resoh.ti-i
    oassed to the convention ol the
    Rabbinical Assembly of Ant
    in Maj r I em-man declared tha
    -this is not the first time criticism
    has seen directed against us.
    The Rabbinical Assembl) reaelu-
    tion called for a studs Of the /.ion
    jst Onwnisation in lir*t of ine
    changes in today's world, including
    v continuing criticism >> former
    Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon
    against the movement and the
    emergence oi an affluent and in-
    fluential American fawsrti Cam
    munity
    Btoniam has tailed to score an;
    ;real achievement*: -i- ce me es
    shment of the state o| Israel.
    the resolution nuggeated -1"11
    called for a yearlong stud) oi al-
    ternate possibilities to traditional
    Zionist Organisation endeavor
    Reaponding to the indication "' "* C Inrth
    ,h.- Rabbinical Assembly reaolu- "II we are to h,- or.hv of
    nntd
    Df L.hrm.n sa.d ttvs meant
    idmg me Jew.sh^ -
    |STI.. but of Knesset Israel and
    not only of Eretz Israel but of
    Torat Israel.
    I constitutes the
    nati n.mlthetai r Israel. 1
    Lehrmi n explained
    tin* on thel me Mats
    tine article I........- ?"*
    imerican Jewry. >'r
    man charged thai it gave h.m no
    comfort Neither he Hid do.
    I he vanishing American .' .*
    o.,,ph>. still with us after ^
    popular news m.r.a/irH- pre*.
    Lion, irighten me lUit th. f^
    tnatna that M
    c.,n Jewrj viii
    '
    For tie ajusjaUon is not <> of(
    I simpl>. rather, it
    how?" ____
    Dr. Lohrman concluded ly ^1
    c'aring thot "American J^,a|
    have to bo more than <>1
    ihey will hee to roturr -,.1
    jpirit." In thi regard. h ^yl
    the J00.0CO young Jewiw ^. I
    on US. college cimpuw-, ->*il
    "many of whom r* mhe ttfcf
    tieving in atheistic titt*MM
    ism. Jowishly. thoy are
    Thoy I i v a defeatit
    life."
    It is BMflng them, he
    Zionism can begti the
    before i( of renewij a :h.-
    Jewiah spirit
    ''ikl
    'tyB
    P
    til
    , ,K^.iB*Ncr CfNT is yum bcst assuaawct.
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    July S. 1965
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    Page 11-A
    Princess9 Fiance Snubs Bias
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    right are Judge Otto Stegemann watching Harry Wol
    lrman of th? Scholarship Committee, award a scholar-
    IC Miss Clara Sue Stegemann, while Jay Dermer. exalted
    : the Elks, looks on.
    Beach Elks
    Give Scholarships
    Twenty :i'< hundred dollars m
    i-hnl I i d 'Tc m.mi
    last week to. ni ri bj
    i i :, Elks Lodge, <>f
    v bidi Jaj l'i exalted ruler
    i. holar h i>~. e ; c li worth
    were awarded t" Clara Sue
    Ma snaaan Tan .. Tuaeaao Shar
    on K Gannad sL-;in Srotta, Rred
    \ ITIIlman, Sharon C Mai
    ins. Nancj EUen Furman, San \
    Btetngarl, Mxriuel Neill Lanaer and
    Dale Joyner
    "Students chosen for these schol
    BtoMpsj nreil nut lie relatwl t"
    Eilm OMBBbasa," sanl Hair\ MM
    per, chairman of tii' Scholarship
    Committee. 'Tti'> niul show .i
    iii't-il and ,i (U-ire to continue tlu-n
    i'uc.itHiii "
    other* on the Scholarship Com-
    mittee are bfsBBVBN C.ilman. Mam
    D Levenson. Al HUM, Eddie Ru-
    bin. Carl (rurttm r. Bdwafd K Lev
    , inson. Harold Rosen Zev V\ Kog.in
    and Kuiurd GoMawi
    T1IK HAGUE (JTAi Claus
    ran Amsberg, the Weal German
    diplomal and former member "i
    tfie 11;! r- Youth Movement whos
    betrothaJ to Crown Princess Bi
    trut di the Netherlands baa evoked
    widespread opposition among the
    Dutch people, asserted thia week in
    .i television Interview lhat he haii
    always rejected anti-Semitism.
    " i can ii < e r understand whj
    lews .i- Jews should be ill-treat
    id," he told the television a "!.
    ence I have always refuaed to
    aiei as as 2h ai as er i*#-
    tak< part in Jew b i Intj Sem
    Usm never entered tnj mind whiU
    i was .it school." He contended bx
    i.i.i be e n "shuttled into" t h e
    Hitler V'. utii movemanl
    Hi- iaad tii;i; aa .i prisoner of war
    in Italy, lie >au pictures "i Naxi
    c mi enti ation camps li o n bj
    American arm) officers and was
    I palled h> the film 'I was nc\er
    ire oi sim h i he di
    red li '... reported here thai
    Vmsbet en initiallj
    duled t" in- First Seer
    the | ted West German] I
    ;. i!i l-i.i
    Metro Judge to Speak
    Metropolitan Court Judge Arth a
    u niton will be guesl speaker be
    ii re Public In* rmati m F< i
    nsored i" the Minn Be i
    Bai \-n istion a) i> m
    ai 11. ean Fronl VudiU im His
    topic will be Traffic Safi
    : \ iewed fri m the Bench
    hi Talks on Beach
    I |; ItOl 'ley will .id
    M iml Be u b B'nai
    unesMon iBMetin
    Lido Hotel Topk will be
    i .il \m Pi
    |c mi Youth
    M Scholarship
    Encampment
    arold Miamian i* OH "I
    dents thriMiuhont the na-
    Ito le awarded acbolarahip
    KlK-a::ipiiient for Cili/eti
    .. he bald m NM York this
    tternn>K> <>1 6475 Bird Kd
    aaaaaaaatl Hal scholarship to
    in-eUno which hetun la-i
    , i a gajtai ring is comprised "i
    ooununit} leaders ttu-ouaji
    anuniry. franklin I) Koo>
    Li' i director of the bi parti
    ana^pufrram
    sjami -k\ senior government
    BBSS) ( the I imersilv of Mi.mu
    tha B> aCtlM ill tile D.ule Coillltv
    B Democrat Club for several
    i His award was one of five
    ad to v o u ti | Denatacnta
    at the country.

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    AGUDATH ACHIM 8305 C A'*
    Ortri
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    AGUO*TH iSHEL Tt ICl rH *
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac

    AMAVAT SHALOM
    TiON MS SV "
    Cantor Israel Kerahner.
    ANSHF EVES 8833 W Ave
    Conservative. Emanuel Kuehelewiu
    IETH DV'D 2825 SW Jed Ave Con-
    servative. Rabbi Sol Lanaai. CantOI
    William W. Lipson

    B*TH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho
    T^iok Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
    CAHDLEUGHTiNG TIM
    9 Tamuz 6:56 ;
    BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St
    dox. Rabbi Bere' Wrin
    -
    ETH JACOB 301-3" Washington
    Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
    Mamches.
    BETH KODESH. HO- SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Benlamm Ben.Ari.
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    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. ,
    13630 W. Owue Hwy. Conservative.
    Rabbi Richard MarcoviU. Cantor
    Seymour Hinke*.
    Fn.l.n 9 \.~ i- in Gueet tpeakei Mar-1

    IETH Te"IL >H Av Or
    thodjx. Rabb' Joeepn E Rackovsky

    ,ETH T.-IRAH IMth St Ifll NB 1'th
    Ortho- *ve Co--sr-.it vr Rabb. Max L.p-
    schitx. Cantor Ben.Z on Kirschen-
    , oaum
    prUln> Mm
    m

    | VNAI RAPHAEL 1W NW 183rd St
    Conse-vative Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack Ltrnaf
    p in .-. in -n Rtl ll
    Sa t u rdn >
    :. \i tsva.li W >l Mr ami
    Mrs H> Harris Mlnehn \> "
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    tUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml-
    Hebrew Lesson
    I T
    wnig 13in
    nmnon rnp7>9 .sir?
    a*i m rr^sij D-raisn
    T 1 I T
    n-nnoiaa nn ntero
    T v : : x t v :
    nvrnpna n^r-jn n^yiDn
    K'3H tO? *TX .BTS1 Tfl K1?
    ... T
    v^ Dn -3 ,orn:r"n nx
    "D Til X*71 Q"la-IX3 ffl
    T t t : I l\l t
    .D^~3 13~"?
    -mn i3iyn- nsro
    * T T -
    nrvn ,mtf 20 -is"? n-pin:?
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    rx nvnronn nnotoa
    "r\2VX2 rn-31? nfnng
    D'^viD uiz "is .D"'"?yi3n
    151 .ons nun1? tor d*\r
    parc PT?tf? nrmn rx
    5"]S piso;, ntt^pn ^gpaa
    .D,-)3ni? p^g
    arm ,o-3 iinn rx3
    - : t ; t t
    DirVv'n rrtiolag ^anrn
    -lan sr "3 nrnponn "?#
    i3iyn psro .vnn ^srtsS
    *rn ijWty D3 nptoy vnn
    "IDO *na ?# pah rrrpm
    trsthn n*3iy"3 o-ni
    .prnpon^ vyatyp
    nninon ^x") nn nr?
    D^yisn ^3 n-isn*? BnatPii
    latfnnttf la1? d^xi D",mn
    ; : v I r : : t -
    obPi ,Drr3"isai DrrriB*n 13
    np^no n3pm rx m
    nmnona m -3ns piso1?
    .onalyn
    T
    nw 20 rrtnn ntoisj nns
    t t t-:v t -
    > icx rcnin ni/"Dn nD-1?
    ........
    -T3 r.apn irniyoi ns^w
    r -It".
    n"]in^ Bnwtf frx ,noia
    3-i.pa D-Tir.^ "jyi1?
    The Religious Worker
    As it is known, a majority of the
    workers in Israel are members
    the liistadrut. Various groups are
    represented in its upper bodies;
    however, the thousands ol religious
    workers of the Histadrut had no
    representatives No one brought
    forth their claims because the)
    were not organized, and no
    spoke for them.
    The Religious Worker group or-
    ganized 2 years ago was the tirsl
    t.i demand from the leading bodie-
    m the Histadrut that the workers'
    kitchens be kosher so that th<>
    could serve Hie religious worker.
    too. and that tin- Sabbath be ob-
    served in Histadrut undertakings
    as well j- the servicing <>f religious
    111 essities.
    Years passed since then, and to-
    day it is known in the leading bod
    ies of the Histadrut that the relig-
    ious worker has a spokesman. The
    Religious Worker group was also
    active in education and built a
    chain ot schools in the settlements
    connected with Histadrut
    Today, the leaders ot Histadrut
    are aware that religious workers
    are entitled to their claims and ne-
    ties, and for that purpose i
    department for servicing religious
    in 1 essities has Ik-ci bed in
    the Workers Hista Irut.
    Now. the twentieth anniversar)
    of the Religious Worker- gri up is
    being celebrated This group helps
    the building ol synagogues, organ
    Izes classes in Torah for youth and
    elders in the worker settlements
    and immigrant settlements
    ( Published by Brirh Ivrirh Olamith)
    Yeshiva Class
    Elects Ciment
    Students at Yeshiva College, Ye-
    shiva University's undergraduate
    colleee of liberal arts and sciences
    for men, have elected junior class
    council officers for the 1965-66 ar
    ademic year. Dr. Isaac Bacon,
    dean, announced.
    Officers include Larry M Ci-
    ment. of 1330 Drexel Ave., Miami
    Beach, as president.
    Ciment. 19-year-old son of Mr
    and Mrs Louis Ciment. is a pre
    med student majoring in chemis
    try He was veledictorian high school graduation class at Me
    sifts ot Miami in 1963.
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    -.OLL1 V\ aLE S NAI 120-
    D Shapiro. C .. ntor Yehudan
    Heiibraun.

    HOVESTEAO JEW SH CENTER 8th
    St.. Homestead Conservative, -an-
    tor Pinc..S AlOOf
    e
    ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
    3i Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. Swirsny. Canter Louis Cor.sn
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    JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
    SVNAGOGI E ISSZ wash ngton Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi T.bor H. Stern.
    a
    KNESETH ISRAEL. W Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi L-avid Lehrf.tld.
    Cantor Atrinim Seif.
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    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAlM. 1544
    Washington Ave O'thodox. Raob.
    Abraham Strassfeid
    a
    VIINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
    e
    JHEV SHALOM 411 NJ-mandy Or
    O'faaox. Rabbi Ph.neas Weber-
    man
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    SEPMARDlC JEWISH CENTER 84b
    Col'ins Ave. Rev Cantor Sad Nah-
    mill.
    e
    TEMPLE AOATH VtSHURl'N Con-
    servative 108! NE '83-d St., M ami
    Gardens Rd Rabbi Jo-ah E. Capian
    Cantor Mauri:e Neu.
    e
    TEMPLE BETH AM 560 N Kendall
    Or S3 Via". Re'o-m Rabbi
    Herbe't Baumgai J

    TEMPLE BETH EL O* HOLLV
    WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Re'orm
    Rabb, San-uei Jaffe

    TEVPLE BETH SH RAH 7500 SW
    I20t>- s>t Reconttruetionist Rabbi
    Morrs S>>.oo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb
    e
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St Conservative.
    Raubi Morton MaiavSK* Cantor
    Ernest Bteiner.

    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV '1j "-k
    Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
    Cantor David Conviser
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    TEMPLE B NA SHOLOM -6800 NW
    22nd Ave Conierval -- Rai I s M
    i hte Ca-ilor Abraham Reneman.
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    TEVPLE BETH TO. S .V 8th
    St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi G'ten-
    waid
    a
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL 170' Washing,
    ton Ave Consrvat ve Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman C inor A-.ier
    a
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St
    Refo-m. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    e
    TEMPLE JUOEA 320 Pa'ermo Avs
    Liberal. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip
    or
    > v ,. n

    TEMPLE MENORAH 670 75th St
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    oviti Cantor Edward Klem
    TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Raboi I,. i"i, Laboviti
    Cantor Saul H. B-ee*-
    a
    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
    8755 SW '6th St.. Mam, Rabbi
    Samuel Aonl Cantor Nico Zeldman
    TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th A. H-form Haob
    Damei M Lowy. Cantor Chet Gal*
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    E 4tn Ave.. H.aieah. Conscrvativs.
    in..ii
    TEMPLE ZAVOHA 44 ZamOM A
    Conseivat ve Rabb. Hershel B-lox
    Cantor ben D exson.
    TEMPLE Z.ON SO00 Miller Rd
    Conservative. Raboi A '1,3 Wax
    man
    TIF-ERETH ISRAEL e^JO N M sm
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    SYNOPS.S OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK HUk
    I
    Numb K>11
    , for the n,
    ; G0d il
    d.t would gusto 'T T^'lv-
    Ple', co, ck the rock with nil rod Foi t...;
    !', m the divine power, Moeei and Aaron were ponlatoed tt
    never being abli to ei.te. the Protntoed land
    From Kadeih. the children o( Israel moved on to Mo
    where Aaron diel Thcnc- rhov circled the land of Edon
    armed at Transjordan trom the eWt drfeatlng the for,-.
    Sihon, king of the rUnorites and Ol king ol Bash
    This recounting o* th. Weekly ftfHy tract.d and based upon The Gr.ph.c Mtttty 1 **. J.w.U.
    ' .. ^ifed by P. Wollman Ts.m.r, $15 Publisher is
    el m .r!? the volume is available at V W.lli.m St.. N.
    York9;!. M V KUsSTi ni sa is Joseph Sehleng.
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
    Mica
    smUi
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    uattx
    conlt
    Horil
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    M
    Synagogue Needn't Go
    On Complete Vacation
    By RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
    Flagler-Granade Jewish Center
    l ,. lieve that synag >gues trulj
    take < ation from 11
    the summer months With the spa
    itual leaden <>n
    well d ierved \.i
    cations, and la)
    ders hip as
    well, it becomes
    difficult 10 slat
    d ui .i p itiuve
    - i m m e r pro-
    gram
    However, a syn-
    gue vi 11 b i
    i .i m p p
    gram, can or,.in
    ize Jewlali sum
    r living for
    can W
    I a t i n g di.-cuv
    Ii e b re
    son opetalng and cl
    tress thi true : our
    To i permeate d
    sphi re .'h the spinl
    '
    Jeuish atmosphere in which
    ivh obserxance is woven into th--
    f..hr. >f in~
    can fun I en
    ible
    .i sdai sm .- nol an au I
    HABBI lOSlNfHO
    ,.n and enthusiasm
    . d 'ltliin the ihild at "
    .- The rat In should become i
    r.il i>.ut Of Hie -iimini r can- i
    program when he is in the citj
    v s ti the Hstbreat s>i>vi
    .M also receivi remelial rli"
    ,-, them to enter the i
    |ai se^atona In pt.-mher Her-
    ,, .; o| -,' init) for
    I tuklren I
    ive special training during ths
    , tiled setaure summer nuMittn
    i m er weekend retrrai- Ml
    . !.i\ men I '" v'
    mai tful in varioua -
    rnun ti< 11 iffords the Lag
    opi t> to dl
    synagogue ; and hil
    plans ::i re led racsstaoa a"
    a, arosjnd th-
    | !; >.- '.. i \ u >'
    Mud) can also be included daring
    .itv
    t pon tin- return of the- rabbi Iroan
    hiv \ ..- srvmii al^> t-ocour
    his memberstoap to take .i
    vanl [the little extra tune ohr
    hinng the wmmrr mwiht
    . and consultation
    In .. word suiiiintT months ne--1
    nl arid apli II.11)
    I he synatiogue i t >f
    , rOSed for the sumnn-r
    i
    CJA -Federation
    Mission to Israel



    _y_OUNG 'SHAtL .j: -,,
    Arrangements .ire now heinc
    tot i Greater Miami Jewish
    !' serauon-Combtned Jewish \,j>
    peal M issioa to Israel and 1
    according to an announcement bv
    Arthur s Rosichan, executive di-
    rector ol Federation
    The mission, undertaken in co-
    operation with El Al Airline-, ii
    heduled tor this coming Septem
    liT
    "This will be the first mivuun to
    U- sponsored t>> our Federation.
    -..ui Rosichan 'and resulted Iron
    interest shorn n b) a monber ol
    younger members of the commun-
    ity, who h a project
    tln-ir needs
    Rosichan emphasiied that rha
    mission will differ greatly from
    five ether Israel tours. It is being
    planned so the young people will
    have an opportunity to conduct
    an in depth exploration of Israel
    as it exists today, rather than
    merely visiting the many famous
    landmarks
    The muision. which will hwjj
    Special reduced uroup rate- is *1
    to active participants in the *1
    of .he Keticration and it- ""
    Jewish Appeal Because <>f it* VI
    cifsc purpoase. the misauon **'|
    purposeh umall. and aco'insa**!'
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    hie at Federation. 131T B
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    T Schedules
    Camp Program
    Tween A CoCo I BW
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    liversrfied pragraoi
    for -iv wet**.
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    IS T-ts. jik| interviews w. J


    July 9. 1965
    + kM thridtor
    Page 13-A
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    Charles Jordan Will
    Head JDC Operation
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    Beach Post. Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. pre-
    a United States Government Bond and Certificate of
    d for the best essay submitted by a student in the qrad-
    class of the Mesivta Senior Hiqh School. Theme of the
    it in this Americanism program was "My Twofold
    ge Americanism and Judaism.' Receivinq the award
    Mesivta Senior Hiqh School qraduation exercises is
    Jacoby. Enqlish valedictorian of his class. Capt. Lester
    dz. ret., past department commander and chairman of
    ool Awards Committee, is shown makinq the presenta-
    ommander of the Miami Beach Post is Maurice Wein-
    THE WEEK... US I SEE II
    Continued from Pag* 4-A
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    toussti
    1
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    tuitous
    Aw:i
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    rho bcc
    - i- Jewish and offers up
    .(I jei
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    eoda a:. riivbins v<-
    self-ch
    Uon wrtl
    But fron:
    eat purp<
    ta. It wii'
    pt the ia\ if the) an i ml) once the) are not
    onto at all eon that the) -
    g leffal mii !<> bif, try and pit boot.
    Continued from Poge 1-A
    ficwlt task which lies ahead of
    him," Warburg stressed.
    Jordan has served as JDC"s chief
    operations officer since he nil
    named Director-General for Over :
    seas Operations in 1955. He served
    before that as Assi>iant D rector j
    General. He joined the JDC staff
    m 1941 as director of the Carih
    bean area with headquarters in Ha-
    vana. He served in the I'nited
    States Navy during World War II
    and rejoined the JDC in 145 as
    director of Far Eastern activities.
    In 1948 Jordan was back in Paris
    in charge of the JDC Emigration
    Department which was responsible
    for the emigration of hundreds of
    thousands of surviving Jews from
    the DP camps.
    in 1959. .Ionian was named
    < 'hey slier ol the Legion of Honor by
    tin- PrencJi Government in re
    ice on behalf of refu
    ees in Franci He was also named
    co-chairman oi the International
    lei [oi '.' orld k> hi ei i
    Hi served two terms rs
    president of thi Standing Confer-
    en< \ \- ncies W
    insj f o r Rel uge.....mposi
    and inl I i
    tar) .i i n<
    i n Phiradeli
    Pi

    K. who o i nod rho .'DC
    staf; in Now York in 1936, has
    served th* JCC sinco 1939. *
    cr?' for Woric! War II service.
    He w.'s named assistant director
    general -n 1951. Habor joined the
    JDC in 1947 as country director
    for the U S. Zcne of Germany.
    He be cam e tor
    general in 1958 and assistant ex-
    ecutive vice chairman in 1964 at
    the New York headquarters. Miss
    Speiser served in New York until
    assigned in 1939 to aid Gen. Mor-
    ris Troper, chairman of the JDC
    European Executive Council. Re-
    turning to New York, she was
    named assistant controller in 1958
    and elected assistant treasurer in
    1951.

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    July 9. 1965
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    Local Doctors At Convention
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    among the hundreds of optome
    and \ iaiton attending the
    fisih annual Congreai >>t the Amen
    ran Optometric AasocJaUon in
    \i u Orleans tlu> week
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    Lng were Drs. F. F. Archer, Shcl-
    doe Do I) kin. S. Allen Gardner,
    Emanuel Puefakiii, [rwin K>ili and
    Jack Wolfe.
    |i.d Mrs. Emanuel Ungar were hosts to
    tirise party given in honor of the tenth
    ?rsary of Rabbi and Mrs. Sherwin Stall-
    s', d a farewell to the Ben Lerner and
    Lerner families on their trip to Israel.
    Seated (left to right; are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Bon Lerner, Mr. and Mrs.
    Emanuel Ungar. Rabbi and Mrs. Sherwin
    Stauber, and Rabbi Arnold Richter, education
    director of Young Israel.
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    section B
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    ov ISABEL GRCVE
    Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Arthur J. Goldberg were
    ig the distinguished visitors to the new Israel Museum at
    aiem. which opened in May. The painting. Picasso's
    iy," was a gift to the America-Israel Cultural Foundation
    Leigh Block, of Chicago. The Israel Museum is one of
    ^y Israeli cultural projects supported by the Foundation.
    istern Cultures' At T Forum
    nphjl of Eastern <"ui Or Paul Byron Sprrow. the M
    will be th- topic discussed "ini-Dade Junior Colktft, will pre
    ,, .... e -ni the topic, which v.ill tx* foi-
    Imoi thly "\ Forum on Sun |owfd h> ^^ (r m U|f .,,,,
    I IS I p m at the YMHA, ,.,.,.,. pr Sperow is a professor in
    l'.\ si it m announced the Humanities Department al
    I i lairn colic
    Mr an I Mrs Philip Greenfield
    host i 'inner party [i r his dad.
    Alex Gn Id and Faye '1 up
    ler who will he married on Sun
    da; i i'i lr\ ins '' n*n -
    . i r. mple Emanu El .
    \h- Fannj Broad onl) guesl nui
    .. memtH i f ;he family B
    Iween them, Alex and his fiance
    will .share ten married childn
    and eleven grandchildren.
    Herbert Buchwald, who re
    eeii i d in i.l B degree from the
    University of Miami Law Sih><>!
    in Juno will ho honored at a
    par's Sunday hosted bj )u< par
    ents, Mr and Mrs \ Huchwald
    a CPA for the past ten years
    Herb rl and his wife, Arlene, of
    M18 All >n Rd are : < parents if
    |i i l inda and Dianne,
    ited ii" ir 13rd weddini
    niversarj w ith a dinner part}
    Chandlet "s \ Neu York sto
    bn ker. Handu man and his U
    have been vacationing in Miami
    " ii h for the pa i 20 yeari mark'
    ing five annivers< ries during thai
    timi at (handler's .
    Miami Hi at "lites Ja> and Yaffa
    lii i mer played ho to brothei
    !'. : Dermer and his wife with .
    ! dinner part.-, .it Dore's where
    Murray F inklin is currentlj pi
    siding over nightly fun-fests
    Mr and Mrs Abe Kate, of 230e
    sv. .1st Tor., booted a cocktail
    and dinner party on Monday nigh]
    at the .1 a r d i n Suisse liestau
    rant in the Roncy Plaza Hotel to
    h -i r the homecoming of grand-
    son, .'a> Bruce Hess, returned
    fi 'ir Manila, Philippines tor a
    Mrs Sam Mandlein.in month's vacation
    Jaj
    (..ni al the Far Eastern l
    sit) Institute <>i Medicine, u
    tor-ii c bief i I the "Medical Stu-
    dent tln-i.il | ..p. r Of the I
    He is the son of Mr and Mrs.
    id Hess Foil w ing dii
    ... ...
    s..ry cel< i. ion : B'nai B I
    in the Cafe Pompeii of the
    R.0 Hotel, I'ri \y Mrs H, --
    i i\ n ; re i nt ing the M i
    ter .it the di rtrict convi
    Gui sts i lebi ating Jaj
    m include i Mr and Mrs
    Ru Inick and Mr and
    Ii wm Ca ssc I Mrs Cassi f
    -. the international!) ki
    c o in p r and pianist, time,
    Mana-Zucca.

    a surprise anniversary par- >r
    ) and A r i h i' r on.'n
    last weekend al Fort' Tower-
    Affair nay with entertainmen iy
    guests, I> in th) Mondri ;. ( harlie
    Weinstock, and Murray Freeman
    . Enjoying the festivities. Mr.
    and Mrs Joseph Mondrr-
    and Mrs William StoHmon. Mr.
    and Mrs |) a v i d Taylor. I- Og
    Merkur, Mr and Mrs (
    Weinstock
    l nel Casnman hack in his
    Shore Palace apartmi nt t
    Continued on P*ct SB

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    Friday. July 9
    Page 2-B
    By EPYTHE SCHINDLER
    Beautiful Young Lady Eyes Goal
    Carol Lynn
    y '\Kf Blum, dau-
    ..f Col. -Milton K.
    Blum. 'Ret. 1 and
    Mrs Blum, of
    5851 No. Bay Rd ,
    Miami Beach, is
    a glowing, glam-
    orous confirmation of somebody's
    old saw that it pa> -
    be beautiful." As the ne 1>-
    oed Miss Florida. Carol is
    the recipient of a $1,000 ca-h
    scholarship awarded by -V Pepsi-
    Cola Bottlers of Florida.
    What I like best about beauty
    contests." said Carol, a candid
    young lady with -enous shining
    eves, "is winning >ehalarships
    They've been a great help in pay-
    ing for my education ."
    Carol is a junior at the Imver
    si y of Miami, where >he is ma-
    jiTing in languages As an "army
    brat." she lived wih her parent-
    and brothers in many foreign
    countries. In Japan, she and her
    brother were the only non-Japa-
    CAtOl trMM BLUM
    Beauty Oueen
    Pioneer Women's Confab July 25
    By Spcil Report
    Harris 1. Wi tford, aasociati
    rector of (be I'nited State- I
    < n -. will deliver a major address
    at the opening session of Pioneer
    Women's 4oth anniversary <
    tion on Sunday. July 25. in Phila-
    delphia. Pt Blanche Fine, nation.
    a] prt-ident. announced
    Rahel Yanait Ben-Zvi, foundi
    f r Women and farmer first
    lady of Israel '.'ill also be an hi n
    ored speaker a' the firs session
    The occasion marks the first time
    in over ;i5 years that Mrs Ben-Zvi
    ha- visited i te I nited states, and
    her only public appearances will be
    at Pit neer Women's national con-
    vention.
    The hreeday convention, which
    will be attended by over 800 dele-
    gate- representing 50.000 member,
    throughout the United States and
    Canada, will also feature work
    shop1; and discussions on Aim ican
    aftairs and Jewish life in the Unit-
    ed States. Delega.es will review Pi-
    oneer Women's accomplishments
    during the last two years, and
    thart the course of the organiza-
    tion's social service and educa-
    tion programs in the United Sta.es
    and Israel to meet present and fu-
    ture needs.
    Other highlights will include ad-
    dresses by Dr. Ellen Winston.
    United stale- Commissioner ol Wel-
    fare; Beba Idel.-on, Deputy Speak
    : the Israeli Parliament iKnes
    s rael's largest women's organiza-
    tion, Moetzet liapoalot (sister or-
    ganization of Pioneer Women
    I)r Mane Syrkm. Pratideis I'm
    pri fei sor, editor of the
    Jewish Frontier, and chairman "f
    P i o n e e r Women's Anni\ ersai >
    Year; Manheim s Shapiro, direct-
    the National Jewish Common-
    Ufa Departmenl of the Amen
    an Jewish Committee; and Mrs
    Bola Adebo wife oi Ibe Nigerian
    Ambassadi r to the United Nations
    The Sheraton Hotel in Phil
    .11 be convention headquai
    Dressing For
    Summer Salads
    A new dressing can add -dimmer
    i-nd excitement to your summer
    salads, so here is a tangy new to-
    mato juice idea.
    Tomato Tinglt
    2/3 cup tomato juice
    2/3 cup Planters Peanut Oil
    '< cup white vinegar
    1 teaspoon Oregano
    'j teaspoon salt
    Blend all ingredients well and
    tcss through your favorite salad.
    JWV Member Party
    Abe Horrowitz Post. Jewish War
    Veterans, i- sponsoring a member-
    bring-a-member party on Thurs-
    day evening at 2300 \K 71sl SI
    Mr- Yvette Gromet is in charge
    of invitatio is
    CAMP OSCEOLA
    HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROLINA In Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area
    FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
    REGISTER NOW fOR SECOND SESSION
    STARTS MY 23rd to AUG. 20th
    TREAT THE CHIWREN TO A WELL-ROUNDED VACATION
    DON'T DELAY CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS
    HIGHLAND 5-3585
    N.th tlwught and .poke m
    UiluentG.
    man
    Proving
    Herself
    Another reason 1 began enter
    ine beaut) coi ests n
    ,eU-cons ioua about
    ,ht. fact "is *l 1 "'nl,1'-1. ".'
    prove to my parent- that 1 nao
    talent "
    p ie Carol had b
    begging t r voice lew '- 1)"l,(l> f
    nsi was ''..' th* primary
    thrust for a mee Jewish girl
    should be toward marriage Bui
    when -" winning ,tu' ''[
    rj ol the contests nh
    an ana -he taught her-.-If. I>ad.l>
    surrendered to the inevitable
    Now Carol i- a serious voice stu
    dent with aspirations for grand
    opera
    But the possibilities for ma
    km- i I'.-" l"r '"' : -: "i"'1-'
    in America are so limited that
    I'm prepared to be happy "h
    wha ever role in the music world
    I may attain, said I Bl
    Miss America Next
    A- the reigning Mi-- Floi
    Carol's next competition will ><
    the Miss America Conti st in At
    lantii -' ck to p nnl
    out :he differei ce in atmosphen
    between this pageant and the
    Miss U.S.A., ior i \ampie Phys-
    ical attribute- are subordinate
    to talent and pi rsonalit)
    The \ii-- America conti l
    which o ipnated in 1921 with
    purpose of popular i i group
    of Eastern new spapers and i-'i*-
    a|; al : Mlai I I I
    was hanged in concept when the
    pageant and Miss America her
    tell contributed to the war effort
    Bond- were -old and entel ain
    ment provided in sen ice camps.
    Thereafter, the recognition of the
    ,,,nu)k'te woman
    nth an C.I..--IW..-
    al ,cholar*h.p the Mf*
    QpetiUOg a*!! .h^iilu K.-.-P n
    m.nd aJMNil bcaut> esmtfatU. "
    thai ti*>) akflBM luve a Kood
    reason (oi eniarin '-J".
    cauon not one of Ifee* And
    -hould renitmU-r that in-
    judges can always tell U the> re
    ;iol ll.l.UMl "
    While a senior at Miami B >ch
    iiuih Carol ami shatsbed MiM
    r.cn \.. Miami Then came
    Miss TeeOrAfW America Azalea
    QUCen and the title of Mi- U'XIe
    Ust year In ihi- latter capatity,
    and as reigning Queen, she
    ,,, .wicd the new Mi-- DUUC l**t
    weokend m Daitena Beach
    MOOJ take fireplace in many
    Miami homes aport leaf} green
    plant- itut how many hum the
    backdrop """ tiaee foothiati goki
    beautj trophic-"
    Palpable Strength
    Carol tell to mu-itvj aboul the
    Mi America contest Beaut)
    queen though ahe is atv
    ebout lur hail 'The other girls
    ,Md tower over me, she moaned
    How to wear her h.nr long and
    demure "i" pied hiuh to give the
    illusion ol height? How to
    a few i* unds when iwimmii
    hours ; i-nt se< :'
    tor tr> weal ti-h. h I ch I
    PA-e:
    appet li
    with her hair pulled tight and
    high, her almond-shaped black
    eyes and sun browned perfect
    -kin. Carol r.
    Madame Butt, rfrj B rt her -v.dk
    i- imperil us The p a l p b l e
    strength and composure stems,
    v.. hei In n another more pro
    found kne of queens Jewish
    queens
    Prom pike of congratulatory
    letter-, -he extracts a -peeial one
    "This is from m\ Rabbi," she
    said.
    MISS tUttl KAKMUf
    Miss Kopchuk
    Is Sweet Sixteen I
    Hence Diane Kapchuk w
    orvd at a swwt sixteen kincvj
    on Saturday at the Dcau\-iUe II
    Renee kl the (laughter of Mr
    \ks Marty Kapchuk. 860 N
    Ter N<> Miami Btach.
    A junior at Miami Norland
    ior High Sch.K.i. the sweet statta
    nga to l"'.a Kappa Tau S i
    and her hobb) i- working art j
    itabte organiiatioM
    Some 'urne-l nut
    honor MiM Kapchuk at th -.{
    event
    Her father perl oaraer a
    . Pood l'r.tiicts hen-
    n
    U^.
    r^T-
    AJConq. Women Cited for Service
    I
    LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
    SECOND SESSION July 26 Aug. 22
    1
    Mrs Sam R< -en-tein. chairman
    of the Community Interrelation-
    Commission. Women's D1 visio n
    American Jewish Congress, ha- for
    warded to the president ol each oi
    the tour chapter- of the Women's
    Division, Soudteesl Begion, a lei
    ter of thank- for the work done bj
    members ol the Women's Division,
    m collecting and forwarding t.> Sel
    ma. Ala clothing for the use ol
    need) \.-. ro families
    The Selma clothing project has
    been ad pted as one ol the projects
    : the Wo
    men's Dh ision
    Committee to wcrk with Mrs
    n stein durit I ir an Mrs
    N'ata i '.. Com
    n i 'on munity Inti i
    lions, Louise Wise chapter. Mrs.
    pn siden .
    I uise Wise Chapter; Mrs 1.. o
    Steinberg, chairman f the Com
    mission i n Community int.
    ol Miami Chapter, and Mi -
    tie Stern, president of Miami
    Beth fov Sisterhood
    Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood -
    holding a party al the Temple on
    Thursday, July 22, a- 8 30 p.m.
    Chapter, Mr- Asbetl X.uckcrman.
    chairnun of the Commission on
    Community Interrelations of Bi.--
    cayne chapter, and Mrs Sj Reese
    president, Biacayne Chapter Mrs.
    svlvia Silvers, praaident f Justine
    Chapter, and Mr- Harold linker,
    \ ice president, Justine Chapter
    First shipment of clothing was
    collected and prepared fcm I
    ing l> Mesdamea Samuel Rosen
    -tem. Mm I'c im l ansk) Irvn
    Q ir in. In ing B Kaplan pn
    dent i.i the Women s Divisioi Jo

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    and
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    Summer meals taste
    brighter
    with
    iced
    Tetlev Tea!
    'Warn gin...
    how do you soy harocSso?*|
    Eden" is undoubtedly tha
    aord that Chef Boy-Ar-lV-
    ai searthlns for to descriha
    the true Italin-*tyle flavor of
    this wonderfully rich siiko,
    CHEF I0Y-AR-DEE*
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    with Mushrooms
    So pood with so many dHkBI
    "ipasjhetli, macaroni or rua,
    for left over meat or n\h. ( r
    cheese and omelets. MaJe
    * ih flavor*peak tomatoes,
    tr -cs and leadernaushroom .
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    tnie Ital.an uie. Keep picuiy
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    July 9. 1965
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    Paqe 3-B
    for Aged Boasts Registered Nurse
    iry Over $400 Month Mark in Florida
    hike which cracks tfn
    I k barrier on all shifts
    : lered Nurses ha> Ixcn an
    hy Miami's Jewish Home
    Aged
    | pay hike was effective June
    Jrilrr the new scale announ
    Jddpe Irvinn typen. JHA
    f>n* RNs receive base pay
    ti month The announce-
    _Jto raises minimum pay for
    I ractical nurses to $230
    nth
    In pay, coupled with
    sivc binge benaflU, It 11
    , itract nut ni stati- nurses
    i late an acute nursing
    i Dade County.
    bi.: Sinai Hospital on Miami
    it recentl) the first insti
    ;. the 1ate tn lei ;. b -
    , th in MOO monthtj foi
    | lab \ .< pi "\ ides com
    ..ml rehabilitative nurs
    I it- maim service
    i dei lared
    \ here bas to perform
    allj .. an) whet else,
    l re to maintain the hi
    M rds have to accept
    responsibility < >f compensa
    Maurice Peatistein, ex
    . ctor of the Home
    Ui do not expert the pay hootl
    to atari .1 same of musical ehi
    with other institutions in the area
    The Home employs only 10 RNs
    and 18 I.PNs. and staff vacancie-
    occur infrequently." he added.
    "AmoflH its fringe benefits to R\'-
    are four veerks annual vacation
    with full pay. the liberal National
    Health and Welfr.re retirement pro.
    Cram, full Blue Cross and Blue
    Shield coverage, free meals during
    *JUridll| hours and non rotating
    shifts accordim; to Judge Cypen
    The Home ha- 227 heels anil of
    fan extensive programs of physi
    tal .itnl occupational therapy, mad
    leal psychiatric and social tei
    Mies
    1 State Universit) has i
    tablished I tram' at JHA
    for students ol Its graduate m hool
    i ii sot ial w elf a re
    Dr. Woltson to lecture
    and the R< ol the
    World' uiiitw he topic of .i course
    \ lectures to Ih' Riven l>\ Dr
    ham Wolfson on const cuti\
    Thursdays, 10 am. before the
    Spinoza Forum in the tuditoriusn
    i i Vt n Federal, I2M Waeta
    ington Ave Topic ol the tirst let-
    tine will be "Primitive Religions
    Samuel J. Leibowttz. newly-appointed director
    of education of Temple Emanu-El. is shown
    reqisterinq children ol Mr. and Mis. Muiry
    Koretzky for the new school term in the Solo-
    mon Schechter Day School starting in Sep-
    tember. Front row 'left to light' are Stephanie,
    Alicia. David, and Mr. Leibowitz. Back row
    (left to right) are Mrs. Koietzky and Mrs. Na-
    omi Brandeis. supervisor of the Nursery-Kin-
    dergarten Department.
    Local Students Win Brandeis Univ. Degrees

    I


    vina Rubinstein is installed as president ot the Coral
    r, : of the American Modical Center by Mrs. S. Steven
    lie. Eastern Region director of the organisation.
    Arleen .1 Kisen was among the
    301 sen! its and IA2 graduate stu
    i! nts receiving degrees at the 4th
    commencement exercise, ut Bran-
    deis University on June 13 at the
    Brandeb campus m Waltham,
    Mass
    Mis*. Ki-iti was awarded the ba
    degree Daughter ol Mr, and Mrs
    trnotd Biaen, 21010 NE 26th Ave.,
    Miami she wai j politics major.
    Dean's i.kst student, member of
    the Mental Health Association, ami
    number of the Wien Intel national
    student Progfun Committee and
    o. Stupe, a civil rights organisa-
    tion
    \ i i luate oi South Broward
    H. 'i School, she plana to continue
    her studies at the Universit) ol
    Chicago 6 hool of Social Service
    Adtninist ration.
    Nam Drosd, "I M10 Nautilus
    I>i Miami 1! a c h. has been
    ii ii i .i B v degree she m as tin
    recipient ol the Barren Award In
    fine arts she is the daughter of
    !>i and Mrs. Rudolph E, Drosd
    Marvin .r Stern, sun of Mrs Dor-
    is stern, of 811 Jefferson Ave. Mi-
    ami Beaoh, and the late Barnard
    stern, has been awarded a BA de-
    gree with honors \ Mstor) major.
    Stern plans to continue his studies
    at Harvard Universit} He was re-
    cipient of the Zofnass Award in
    history.
    Barbara S. Znloth. daughter of
    Vr and Mrs Milton R ZMoth. of
    :t7i7 Royal Balm Ave.. Miami
    Beach, was awarded a BA de
    cum laude. A graduate of Coral
    G a bass High School she was a
    mathematics major, member of the
    v' men's athletic council, and mem.
    bar Of women s vanity basketball
    and softball teams \iis- Zototh
    plans to study economics at the
    Universit) ol Minnesota Graduate
    School she was recipient of the
    i eldberg prixe In eoonomics.
    Pearl Charnow, daughter of Mr.
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    1S09 Monroe St.. Hollywood, re-
    i lived the BA degree cum laude
    \ graduate of south Broward High
    ihmil. she was a paUUea major
    and paana to study tor a Master of
    \rt. in teaching at the University
    of Chicago
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    F.n-r Art! fr>m Pratt Institute
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    Walter J. Cunningham has beer.
    named director of employee re-
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    .- unced Cafmingkam 36 formerly
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    1962. he held p-r-.r.r.ei n
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    >ha Omeqa Auxiliary President Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth re-
    Jves gavel from Mrs. Ira Rothlield a3 National President
    I John Samuels, of Cleveland, O., looks on. The annual in-
    flation banquet was held at the Diplomat Hotel on Satur-
    ly night. The Auxiliary sponsors the Dental School of the
    >brew University and locally has run fund-iaisinq affairs
    Variety Children s Hospital Dental Clinic.
    iha Omega Dental Frat and Auxiliary
    ;talls New Officers at Diplomat Hotel
    lion banquet of corresponding secretary; Howard
    da*.
    b o :i t .. Dental Fraternity
    held last eek at the Dip
    it Hotel
    Alvin K:sne I died
    r> side) I of the I kr .1, | n muets, oi < leveland
    I lent
    are Drs
    \i sh k i n. president elect;
    i ,. n |{o- nbluth ie fetar) .
    i Uenier, ireaaurer; Ed
    I Jiirn- I ian; \Iar\in Gol
    editor; Eluot Gordon di
    i: Lawrence Kraane regent
    Ipha Omega Fraternity reprp
    f% 15,000 dentitts, and has
    responsible for the estab-
    ent of the new dental school
    Re Hebrew University in Je-
    Mrn.
    itliarj "i the
    inttal Mrs Morton Eli
    it h .in president
    i Iraham, i asl pre*)
    Iso in the following
    Loi ine, first
    I :.: i;.ii > dul len
    \ pn iidenl I iei aid W
    r. t.
    St tart Ben
    Rosen, historian secretarj. and
    Ira H' thfieJd, parliamentarian
    BB Women's
    Council of Miami
    W?ns Citations
    net
    n ith two
    tncl
    f Appre
    ition in the "Dolls for De
    mocracy" program and for Its Mi
    , Hoi r a*
    yen
    lune 20 I i 24 at the Eden Roc
    Hotel.
    Murray Summers, chair
    - iili Kloi; la ADL
    coordinating chairman for the
    i .ill-" pioject, assisted bj Ifrs
    !! Weinstock and Mi- Barbara
    Heiken Mrs Rose Galton served
    ..- chairman. Dedicated ti> "Broth
    i ho d i i Man and Democratic
    Principles." the program has beet;
    '. I > thousands througtv ut ttu
    irea
    GiMiert J Balkin Chapter mem-
    bers inaugurated the Migrant (amp
    I r ii i e c i in Perrine b> making
    weekly visits bringing food, cloth
    ing, medicine and i her necessi
    tn s Mr- Max Hodea chairman,
    enlisted the aid of i ther chaptei -
    m the i uncil, as well .is other or-
    ganizations bj distributing bro
    , hurt s which illustrated the camp's
    slight an I the needs of its people.
    MRS. SUMMERS
    MRS. HOOfS
    Pi pati hapti i
    ! ii B'l ith Wi men s Counci
    u Ann i
    El< ai oi Ri o f- i It, Emma I
    Flamingo, Gilbert J Balkin Mi-
    ami Chapter, F.'ialom W< si Miam
    .i-il president was Mrs Ds
    Sachs
    Russian Film Scheduled
    "The stone Flower,
    film, will be the second film in the
    International Summer Film Fi -t.
    val -c insored b> the VM YWH '
    Greater Miami Wednesday, 8
    p in., in the N( rth Ba llroo m
    at 8500 SW HUi St A cot I i
    hour will follow the film. Working
    i the committee are Martin Yel-
    en, Mr- Benjamin Fogel, Irving
    Whitman and Marry Klcinman
    BB Women
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    Bloom. u a hii Rton th d ici
    I. e ii a r d Ruben, Silver
    - Md i h vice presi -nt,
    Pa u 1 li.ii! !. Hollywood, Ha ,
    treasurer; and Samuel Ku
    hist >i ian
    Hoard members include '--
    dames Sheldon Hale: Amo
    vene. Burton L'dinsky, Harr) Mm-
    stein, Alvin Statland, Arthur Bass-
    man Eugene Ramras. Israi '
    len. Arthur Horwitz, and I l ry
    Blum
    At a gala annm I -an. eel
    lion, a large cake was given b lei-
    egates to the K> ndall I nil
    Home Dr Arthur Swinson, sist-
    ar.t director of th. home, ace >d
    the cake from Mrs In ne K
    berger, first vice president
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    kt the recent District s B'nai
    pth Women convention held at
    Eden Hoc Hotel, the Gilbert
    Jalkin Chapter received a Cer
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    }nii hughes; percentage of Go] i
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    Friday. July 9. \%A
    .. a4bt*t 'People cJ 'Ptace0...
    'X' MARKS CUR ROOM
    it is wonderful when people take the time to
    a line to the stay-at-homes -ml Lou
    n are still in Phili i So1
    Silverman might as weU be back in Sere
    Miamians H" SS Shalom.
    ling the Israel Teitchs and one i Lillian
    Mi. Samuel Siinonhol*s sisters Eatner ana
    Rubin are in Boston getting I <>'
    treatment from their relatives, R< -erry
    Tel Aviv, were at the lul
    dier on the Roof." all in Hebrew The) have al_
    read} net U n Ell, Bea and Aaron Courshon and
    Bess Mi- Louis Giasser
    IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
    Rnoda Mrs Morris D I Levitt had a surprise
    Bon Voyage luncheon at Chez Pepe tor Marian
    Saeider win ts going with her husband, Stanley,
    on a 21-day trip to Europe through 11 different
    countries Marian won the trip by entering a
    steal after she saw the movie, "Paris When it
    Sissies," telling why she wanted to see Paris She
    has won lots ol contests, but this prise was the
    best At the part} were Mrs. Alan Rutcmk, Mrs,
    Charles Himniel. Mrs Richard Litt, Mrs Joe
    Mann. Mrs. Alan Hertz. Mrs. Jerry Pollak, Mrs
    Alan Robinson and Mrs. Barry Barson.
    YOU CAN'T EVEN TIE THIS ONE
    Adole and Dick Rubin are off to tour New
    York and show their kids the sights oj the big
    town before they leave Donna at camp in Massa
    chusetts, and Sheldon and Andrew at camp in
    Maine. Then the) will come home to two-year-
    old Elizabeth The Rubin dog, Snitzel. is already
    at a dog hotel for the summer, featuring air-
    conditioning and music all the time.
    LET IT RAIN
    Dr. and Mrs L..m Wruble. former Mianu.mv
    came back to town to w.-it their kmlolk. Dr. and
    Mrs Sidney Wiuble In spite of the rain, they all
    sot together for spaghetti and a lot of "do you
    remembers?" Included in the friends around the
    table wire Dr. and Mrs. Mac Keyes, Mr and
    Mrs. Albert Morrison, Dr and MIS. David Soinnur
    ALL KINDS OF DOINGS
    I, was open bouse al the nd Sol Gow
    steii rate so. Il1'""" ""
    M;, High School Then Of! the, we
    . ^kend ol parent-student on,-,,,..., n
    Z I'niversit) of Florida Next on the agenda
    Zs a wedding reception for -lean Dukin.Sals
    r, who married Aaron Eiser. on June Win
    R lmn_ Lehrmans studj Vmong the man
    . in aUedance at the reception from.S
    7 o'clock were Jeans parents, Mr and Mrs l.
    Istein. Jeans daughter Sandra and Urons
    children Marilyn and Harry Then things slow
    up until it .- tnne for the jewelrj show in New
    York, which always includes man) things be
    >ide- looking .it jewelrj
    ON JULY FOURTH ,
    Firecraclu rs will no doubt go ofl on Juij
    Fourth when Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan
    i Rifkin, will be married to Harold Mermels em
    at the Fontainebleau H tel But al
    honoring her. given b> Mrs Jason Pernri and
    Mrs. Al Ulienfeld in the latters h. *orth
    Miami, huge whit., cupids were shooting their
    arrows, and white wedding bells were even-
    where Under the biggest wedding bell <>t all.
    the sweet table was centered bj a pink and white
    cake decorated with an umbrella inside ol which
    uere the names of the honorees, Janie and Hal
    A flower cart topped bj a white lace umbrella
    held the beautifully-wrapped packages Unong
    guests were Mrs Glen Pareira Mrs David Mer
    melstein and daughter Helene. Miss Ann., Sclar,
    Mrs. John Alterman. Mrs Sidney Lewis, Mrs
    Robert Shim > Mr- llennan Bergren. Mrs Phil-
    ip Pen in. Mr- Morris Kleiman and Mrs Arthur
    Lazarus.
    SUMMER IS HERE
    David Howard, son of Mayor and Mrs Lee
    Howard, is off to Mt Lake Camp at Henderson-
    villfl where he will be a junior counselor In the
    fall, he will no to Detroit to be a freshman at
    the UniversitJ of Mii'hiujr. His brother, Peter,
    ii spending the summer al home just relaxing
    and having a good tinw Mother Eleanor will be
    playing as much goU as possible Dad just goes
    on being Mayor of Surfside Frances Lihmtn
    Top Leaders Will Push CJA
    Assignments to provide incn
    inatii n and ei operation bj
    the Executive Committee of the
    . Jewish Federation
    plementing the pr
    the Federation and the a n n u a I
    need bj
    M Lipton, president ol th<
    lit Sidnej D I
    of Sin ;
    Corp., will head the Publicit) and
    Public Relations Committee, the
    Communit) Education Program
    and the Campaign Clearance Com
    mittee
    Vice President David B. Flee-
    man, who served as chairman of
    *he Federation Budget Commit-
    tee in 1964 and 1965, will oversee
    Budgeting and Social Planning,
    the Inter-Agency Relationship


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    Program and the Public Affairs
    Committees of Federation.
    Formei Circuit Court Judge In
    !:i_ C) pei also a vici pn sidi
    Fedei ation, ill be in chai.. I I
    Bj Laws and Nominating Commit-
    lees -
    Presidenl l.< on Kaplan has
    son with I
    wtioru i

    t Dr In
    man will s re I
    two yi fjA
    on tlu nship S
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    In addition. Upt
    ill continue t<>
    and carried out in thi

    Stanley C. Myers will serve as
    chairman of the Legacies and Be-
    quests Committee. Sam J. Hei
    man will head the Chapla.ncy
    Committee, and Dr Joseph R
    Narot will be in charge of the
    Hospital Survey Committee
    of ki
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    -ut the
    Social Singles Donee
    hi?
    L p -1
    at the Saxon) Hotel Ivor) Tower.
    Eliahu Levi was one of two men to be araduated as i
    istered muse recently at the Henrietta Szold-Hr.dassah b
    of Nutsinq par' ot the Hadassah-Hebrew University Me
    ical Center in Jerusalem. Shown receivinq his dipt-
    from Mrs. Jaffa Ciystal, ietire deputy puncipal of He-
    sah s Nursinq School Lev. was trained as an oporat.nq th
    specialist nurte. The othei male student to receive b
    dearee at the same time was Ben-Zion Sehm. a native of
    Africa. Thir'y-one nurses leceived then a-.flomas c.
    ceremony.
    Ml
    MEET PERFECTIONISTS
    IN THE CATERING FIELD
    They re unequi lid i" *''' rc-'esslon.
    0k They it t diLido's ettr m staff. The,
    Wf will matei successct any party...a
    Vf* ecdnf Bar (twaa*... a bus-Mis
    \* -eet"igoi,aioc,iiiu'>che"v TheywW
    -.i-.e from TO to 100C oW. rt fine food
    npartjy owed in t*t ohoo'i "tw*/
    d::'i-ed Cc" ROD Root", 1'ev M VMMJI far
    n.'utekar space you tQjire. Call
    Mr. TsiC-*' it JE'tersor. 6 0811 forrfce
    best function you've M hadl
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    \
    lay. July 9 1955
    Jeist> fhrHimr
    Paae 7-B
    /vea/m of <^<
    ShapiroGetzlek
    n Mried Dr and lira J<
    r, will li' I Ma
    \V1. Coral Gables, on 'h,"p'
    l'rn fr< in a h neymoon fan J
    -i .i
    [ ,, ,.f Mn Milt"" i! >"''!'!
    i \\r. and Dr
    Getzlek. Utica. N V the for
    1. Jean d.i/i'-k exchanged
    with l>r Shapiro, ion "t Mr
    Mrs Leeter 5 *pir i 1580 Con-
    k. ,,,. mi I Iwrsdaj evening,
    i '
    Itbbi Atfre I Waxman officiate I
    he cerenMRi) held at the h .m
    | ride's aunl and uncle, Mr
    Mrs Herman o>hon. 501 Ma
    v.i where a reception fol-
    , npla j> attended b) Mrs.
    i.! Slotniik and Barry Sha
    the brfalegroom'i brother
    ' graduate "f the l'niver>i:> of
    |n; School ol Niming, "ew Mr-
    pin- is a nui < with the Dade
    tin Department of Public
    th
    S apira i- .i graduate "i Al
    College Ol l"iar:nar\. Albany,
    Medical Sih->1 state L'nlvei
    ,,i Si w Yoik I 'pstate Medical
    |,r Syracuse n V and served
    Internship and residencj in in
    L in.luin.- at Jackson Me
    |.i I Hospital He rved in the
    Krmy Medical O 11>- for two
    . -i i in not* in i rii ate prac
    r Kendall His fraternities
    ( i'i phi and v'.pha Omega
    Cohen, Muskat
    Engaged Here
    Mr and Mrs Ja k I ohen ol
    u. -i Hempatead, S.\ ince
    '.. engagi ment >t their dau ht*r.
    i :> i Ralph ll Musical son
    o Mi and Mrs Dat id Muskat, 27;>
    No shore i>'
    Miss C o h e n received d<
    from Pennsylvania State Univei
    v here she waa affiliated with
    Del.a Phi Epeil n Sorority,
    Teachers College ol Columbia
    vcrsitj She is presentlj teaching
    at West Hempstead High School
    Her fiance attended the i nit
    sir) "f Miami and the L'nivi i sitj il
    T. tnpa s< >! ol Insuiance and is
    associated ivil Fen-ion and Muskal
    Realtors of Miami Beach
    An Aug 21 wedding is planned
    The e 0 u |> I e will live in \hani
    Beach t
    MISS BfVffttr COHEN
    Beach Student Named Editor
    Howard I.auer. of '_'<;;, K.nr-ieen liberal art- and sciences fi r men
    Dr. Miami Beach, has been ekecl f,,r th' 196546 academic year
    e tator offieial student MWSpapi
    I.auer, 19. is the son o| Aaron S
    !
    of Yeshiva College, Yeshiva Unl !-"". supervisor f the Hebrew
    versity'a undergraduate college ol Academy "f Gcesiter Miami
    Glass feller
    i d. uble nnii ceremonj on
    U) Jul) 4. in the Hotel Kon
    kblceu's Louis Pnillippe Room,
    (> .< Her. daughter ol Mr an I
    Louis Feller TS3 Alton Rd
    line the bride of Dr EUiol \i
    f -on Of Mr. and Mrs lienja
    I Class 3340 SW 21st St
    let dants were Rhuda Colin. Dr
    ley Glass, Ho> and Sidney
    Jit man. I aw Tints Hollander
    EMilec Bank
    iJrt.i Mayer Abramowtti per-
    ed the religious ceremony
    fostler-Benehttild
    lw on a honeMn*>oti in Mexico,
    lormer Rita Benenfestl became
    [bride of CWforU Reader at
    Torah Congregation on Sun
    [eveninft July J Rabbi David
    field officiated
    rents .>f the newb/weda are Mr
    fcrtrs Nathan Benenfetd, 1TT41
    '. 'h Ct., anil Mr and Mrs
    u.;iel Restlei Bronx, N Y
    ttendanta to the bride
    Barbara Becker and Cheryn
    Inf, |<| M elvyn Bensmfel I
    i | m tli>- Broom's heal man,
    i..,i J Hennellfcld Ste\e Rest
    \\ K
    A1*S. 11*0*1 SHAPIRO
    for Brian Pearl and Stan Sirota,
    ushei a
    \ i aduate <>f Norland High, new
    Mrs Restli r attended the Unhrei
    ity Ol Miami and Miami Dale
    Junior I i.lle e
    I lei husband received BS and
    Ms degrees aron Columbia l ni
    v-erai > lie in a member of Rho
    Chi, phai maeeutieal Honor Society,
    American Ptoarmai reutleal Asen .
    Society ol Hospital Pharmacists,
    \sa eiation for the Advancement
    ol b> ience and Ah ha Zeta Omega

    Schoenberg-Botwinik
    The former Rstelle Botwinik be-
    came the bride of Ronald Schoen-
    berg on Saturday evening, July 3.
    at the Waldman Hotel Rabbi Max
    Shapiro officiated.
    The bride is the dau;rhter of Mr
    and Mrs Philip Botwinik, 1011 SW
    l"th Avt Parents of the bride
    Uroom are Mr and Mrs William
    Schoenberg, 2i nw ith St.
    Attending the COUple were Phyl-
    lis Schoenberg, maid Of honor, and
    Diane BUM, bridesmaid Marvin
    Botwinik was best man and Stuait
    Botwinik, usher.
    The bridegroom attended sehools
    In New York New Mis Seho.n
    berg I- a graduate ol Miami sen
    i..i High
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    ^Jewlstfkrkittr
    Ruder Saxe
    Fnday. July* 9 jjj.
    'J-ranee 9 J-~clii-?n
    We
    the
    Women
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Faye Tuples bas gone an .
    Bvope, and at I iAildren had to it- 1 y>
    crder to le he
    be was a year and three moi Ins
    ip m Cincinnati, a happj go-lucky child who liki
    go I 1 ichool, enjoyed music performed in school plays.
    va- a Bne pitcher when she played baseball, and took He-
    brew lessons Pitching and dramatic- [ell b) me wayside
    but Faye can understand and read Hebrew perfectly
    For three months, -he worked a- j secretary to \v pres
    ident of a large business concern Then she married Harry
    Tupler, and they started their oun
    business, a hardware and tool firm
    for mx hundred dollars. The Tuplen
    lived in back of the store, and there
    v a- -0 much Stock to be stored, that
    Faye was happy every morning to
    find '.hat fiie cycles that were on
    hooks over the bed and the urn-
    screen 'hat were under the bed had
    not wuppeJ themselves around
    their sleeping necks
    i
    nil
    Faye did not know how to cook
    Her one acquaintance in Chicago
    gave her explicit directions for her
    first dinner Even a brand-new hus
    band couldn't eat the herring soup
    sheihad prepared. Three months and
    a Settlement Cook Book later, she
    prepared a wonderful dinner for sixteen people over her
    two-plate burner.
    Business was wonderful It took 23 years to build the
    business into an empire, and yet Faye sold it in three days
    when her husband became ill. and they moved to Florida in
    l!M3 During her spare time in Chicago. Faye had been ac
    live in her Temple and Eastern Star Since she is a "doer,"
    she became active in Temple Emanu-EI after her husband
    died, helped found the Ha'Ui-.ah Group in Bay Harbor
    Islands and wrote several columns for the Miami Beach
    Sun.
    Her three children are now married; Jeanette, who is
    now Mrs, Gershon Miller; Sylvia, wife ol Lester Levy; and
    Leonard Tupler, married Marilyn Faye is the proud
    grandmother of six Daughter Jeanette, who had a Jewish
    radio 1 rogram here, left for Chicago ro become 'The Story
    Lady." Fay auditioned for the program here and got it.
    bsequently, the was on radio for two and a half years.
    helping raise $250,000 f< r Israel Five years ago, Faye went
    ro Israel and became intensly interested in what the Wo
    men's League of Israel does there Presently, she is presi
    dent of the Miami Beach Chapter ol the Women's League
    She jus) returned from Israel last month, wrier- I
    national piesidenl oi rhe League waj honored With ..
    twmkie. she remarked that she was honored too, and tl
    >t was a thrilling moment to have l id Kiddusb al
    home 1 Pn sident and Mrs Zalman Shazar
    Sundaj starts a wh le new life for Faye Tupler With
    her shining black eyes delightful!) outgoing personalit}
    and charming manner she 1- floating on cloud Nine
    n< ver sti pped ringing | en I le news ol hi ap
    1 1 .. ching marriage to Al< 501 ut B
    mj owi family, I nov Uei m i lerful lamily and
    five re grandchildren | Faye We're
    to ike a trip, jus) sel nit tnd go n tarns le
    u- "
    v no|e '" We starting for Faye bul i>
    : :!" u- Israel will still have
    .. -'! ire m it
    Then? */*~ a difference
    in (lowers...
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    and ;. sleeves
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    verla) on the I "
    skirt 1 11 liable train ol -ilk
    n soft folds from the
    \ matching coronet held
    the muKi-ti risl silk illusion veil
    and she carried her paternal grand
    mother Bible
    Matron >i honor was Mn Mark
    Finkel \< Mrs Saxe listers,
    ts Lrlene and Diane Saxe
    were bridesfnaids. Her brother,
    Alan Saxe served as ring bearei
    Robert Adler served a- the
    bridegroom's best man with Dr
    Jordan Matlin, Phillip Mann and
    Joe Mann, ushers
    A graduate of Southwest Senior
    High, the bride attended Southern
    Academy for Medical Assistant-.
    and now works in a doctor's office
    Mr Ruder is a pharmaceutical
    salesman He attended Ohio State
    University, served in tin- c.s. Army
    and is a member of Miami Drug
    Club and Southwest Optomists
    Following .1 honeymoon in New
    York Ohio and Pennsylvania, the
    couple will live at 2000 SW 67th
    Ave
    Ciment-Kratish
    The Deauville Hotel was Wie s,-t
    ting tor the nuptials, reception
    and dinner when Joan Eileen Kra:
    ish, daughter of Mr and Mrs
    Adolph Kratish. 4332 Pott Ave.
    exthanged vows with Norman
    Ciment, 1026 Euclid Ave. The eve
    ning ceremony on Sunday, July *.
    was conducted bj Rabbi Joseph
    Rackoi sky
    The bride was gownetl in an orig
    inal creation of hnported peau de
    si )e with the detachable long ca-
    thedral tram attached to the shoul
    ders forming a cape The empire
    bodice and scalloped hem were of
    aleni enci iste I with pearls
    and beading 'I hi was made
    i crystals and pearls .
    ol French illus
    ried her onl 11 at ion it i !i I.
    ne l with orchids
    N't w Mi
    maid
    ol honi r Budesmaids were i
    Arnol I Newmai Mrs ;: I Kas
    sewiU Jr Mrs Melvin &
    :
    ''"'-' man to ., .,..
    .....
    included R bert Ui ver M
    '" J) Swiddle Martin
    Brown, and Marvin Weinste
    The I : i ire boi
    lates ol M ||j
    i oi The bri
    niversitj i I Mi, n
    gree in elemental-) educati >n and
    currentlj a tea..* D .,.11
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    Following a honeymoon in New
    York City and Groeeu ten, new
    lywedded Mr and Mrs Cimenl will
    l,\e in Miami Beach
    Reinfiord Kaier
    Judith Ellen Kazer and Sanford
    Neil Reinhard were married Sun
    : vening, July i, ut Beth David
    s > n a g o g u e Rat>r>i Alexandei
    Gross, Rabbi Sol Landau, and ( an
    tor William Lipson offmat.
    the double nng. candlelight cere
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    ception and dinner.
    lr.. bride, daughter of Mr aac I
    Mrs Hen P Rarer. Btt S* 1--|
    \\e. is a graduate of V. -.
    r Huh She t* a graduate, mifti
    cum Untie. of Sophie Nevcomb M
    monal College in Ne* Orleans i
    - her junior year tu :
    the University of Nottingham
    England
    -.V is a member of S
    md was recently elected i
    I'hi Beta Kappa She wtB tasjl
    first grade at VlUiajg Green Ft
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    It (ending the bride -
    sister. Alivia Joan Kazer ^ i
    txinor and Judith Rejnhar
    of the gr<>m
    Parents of the bnde,T' -n u*
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    July 9. 1965
    fJewlsti Hcrktlnn
    Page
    9-B
    nued from Preceding Paga
    University whan he was
    tr of I'i Gauanu Mii ll
    lend I.'i I'niversi.y oi Mi
    i | I in sep'.emhri
    [in.iti was Stewart Goldstein.
    fe Ra.'ilin. Seymour Rein-
    knbert Schech'er ami Ralph
    Kan ed ni uaht i -
    pparenta are Mr- Bttia Ka
    Chicafo, bride's paternal
    jiothcr: Mrs l.il-.y Romanoff,
    ma i rnal grandmother; Mr.
    Ii San Reii ..iid. gror.m's
    lal grandparents: and Mr.
    !is laadorc Zwechkeobaum,
    hal grandparents
    their return from a honey
    in Mexico, the couple will
    It 1251 Dickinson Dr Coral
    Mermelstein-Rifkin
    honeymooning in Europe.
    )rmer Jane Rifkin. daughtci
    and Mrs. Daniel Rifkin. 711
    . -t J- and Harold E Mer
    Tern plan to live in Israel for
    kr The bridegroom is the son
    |r and Mrs David .Mermcl-
    ProvMenee, R.I
    F'ontainebleau Hotel was the
    for the nuptials performed
    Ihh* Alfred Waxman on Sun-
    July 4. Reception and dinner
    pd the evening ceremony,
    the blue and white wedding.
    ndo chose an empire style
    I of pea u de soie. The beaded
    lace bodice featured a seal-
    IV neckline, long lace sleeves
    detachable train flowing
    the shoulders A matching
    ie\d the four-tiered French
    veil.
    >r attendants were Mrs. Mor-
    >pate. the bride's sister, and
    lermelstein. t.he groom's sis-
    londn Gold served as flower
    RifKin served as his broth
    p>t man. with John Kampner.
    jFleiaicr. Nathan Sliarf. and
    [Gold as groomsmen
    bridegr. om is a graduate of
    Diversity of Miami. His bride
    ted from Miami High and
    t<\ Ohio State and Hie I'm
    of Miami
    Kriegsman-Grant
    Dupont Plata Hotel H is the
    for the Sunday, July 4.
    Ing unitii | Sharjrn Joan Grant
    |M.irvin A. Kricgsman. with
    RkIi.ii l Uarcovita officiat-
    the 2 p.m. ceremony, whuh
    bllowed by a reception new
    -:nan chose a silk 01
    ibeaU] .. ,ti .. detachable
    ["he la. i dice a a- iprink
    Lith p.
    lams included N'aida JO)
    I, maid of h o n o r. Cheryl
    jsman, Joan Brown San
    pi > n b e r g ami Jams Seifer
    imaida
    y man t> the bridegroom a >v
    Kata Gai Canoer iti>H>>
    stain Jaj Greenstein ami
    Greenstein uahared
    bride i- a graduate of North
    High, alure the san< I ai
    Sent Of Quit] and Scroll, and
    |on the editorial Staff Of the
    K>ok S h e earned i degree
    m Northwestern University
    of Dental n> giene and
    |d as m retarj .-f bar class
    {graduate of Abraham I incoln
    in Brooklyn, N Y the bride
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    On Voyages to Mediterranean and Israel
    suras and architectural man-
    ents. In addition, thar* ara in-
    formal discussions on life as
    is today in Europe and Isnc "j
    brief trave'ars on conditions *he,
    will encounter.
    \
    K Allan ii' k<'
    MIS. HAKOID MflMflSTftN
    IVlimi i.thi
    MKS. MAKVIN KltllGSMAN
    im received a degree from Cit)
    College oi New York
    Parents Of the COUple are Mi-
    ami Mrs Reuben L (.rant 15111
    NE 11th Ct and Mr and Mrs Jo-
    Kriegsman Brooklyn N v
    On their return from a hone)
    moon m Jamaica the newtyweds
    will live in No Miami Beach
    Marie Levin's
    Betrothal Told To
    David Aisenstark
    An Augual wedding is planned
    ioi Beatrice Mane Levin and Ja
    , ii David Aiaeoetart
    The future bride is the daughter
    of Mrs Blanch II Levin, 1040 NE
    163rd st. ami the late Alexander
    Levin Her fiance is the son ol
    Rabbi and Mr- laaac M AJnen
    stark. Savannah, (ia
    A I9C5 graduate, cum laude,
    the Univeratt) of Miami. Mi--
    I..\ m i- a graduate <>f North Miami
    Senior High and attended Miami
    Dade Junior Collaj a
    Mr Alaenetark attended tha Rab-
    binical Seminary of America
    Queans, N Y ami the Jewish Uni-
    versity of America. Skokie. Ill
    By Special Report
    An extra tr..\ < t bonus offered
    pa engera on the (I r e e k Line's
    uioua flagship, the 26.300-ton
    Quean Anna Maria, and bar equally
    is -I-t-rsh p. the 23,000-1 M
    LVympia, which now pnvidc regu
    fcrtnightl) service from New
    \ r*el, is instruction in elementary
    Hel rew,
    Sponsored by the Hebrew World
    I'nion. which prepares the let-sons
    aid selects the teachers, the in
    itruction is designed to give traw-
    In- to Israel a basic. SOO-WOTd vo-
    cabulary in Hebrew on the 13-day
    voyage from New York to Haifa
    A 500-word vocabulary is suffi-
    cient to ask simple questions
    and engage in rudimentary con-
    versation, according to the in-
    structors. Recorded lessons and
    bi lingual Hebrew-English books
    r used in the daily two-hour
    shipboard sessions, which are an
    extension of *n o'dor Creek Line
    program to introduce travelers to
    the history nd culture of the
    Mediterranean countries serviced
    by the Creek Line.
    In ad 0 ion. the lessons are sup
    plemented with illustrated lectures,
    documentary fi.'ms in English ami
    film strips on contemporary- and
    ancient Israel.
    On the return voyage, passengers
    can acquire an additional 500 words
    of vocabulary or enough to read a
    Academy Picks
    High School
    Committee Here
    Five members of the Hebrew
    Academy Executive Committee
    ware appointed this week to form-
    ulate further plans for the newly-
    .rganized Boys High School, which
    will open this September
    The committee will also serve the
    the Academy's Senior High School
    for Gitis, which now has complete
    tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades
    The appointments were made by
    Louis Marwitser, president, and
    Leotard Rosen, chairman of the
    Board of Directors.
    Members of tha newly formed
    committee are Sam Reinhard,
    Morris Bienenfeld, Dr. Mathew
    Zuckarman. Harry Genet, and
    Jerry Schechter.
    1'Hectors of the new Academ)
    - moi Huh St hool fcr Hoys will
    be hosen from among the parent
    . and will be announced short
    ll
    Maurice K e I 1 n e r and Jerome
    Bienenfeld are the chairmen pro-
    li :n lor the parent-' group
    Fust meeting of the Senior High
    School for Boys was held at the
    e of Mr and Mr- Bienenfeld
    i. t week The purpi -< and |
    gram of the school were outlined
    bj Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prm
    , ipal of the school.
    The goal of the newly formed
    Boys Huh School will be to pr
    vide the -indent with everj educa
    tional opportunity that be may de
    vekrp t<> his fullest potemial and
    rding to his level of academic
    ess i*>th in hi- Hebn a and
    Secular studies." he said
    A joint meeting of the parents
    ol the Hebrew Academ) Senioi
    School for Ciris and the School for
    Boys will be held this s-aturday
    nu'ht ;: the home of Kabbi ami
    Mrs Gross
    Hi brew i on
    almm according to the
    Inatru tors w h are qualified
    ti achei botfi nale and u male
    from I-i ,i : Imasters of nor
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    Travelers wishing to brush up
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    Greek can improve their pronun-
    ciation and vocabularies in similar
    in: i mal clan in Hi lang
    uages w hi eh .>r.- sbn offered
    aboard the Queen Anna Maria and
    the Olympia as part of he Creek
    Line's Travelers' Recreation Infoi
    niation Program
    Included are travel tip- on whal
    to do. uhat to see. what to buy,
    how much to spend and where to
    stay while in Europe and Israel.
    The exper s also explain differ
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    ncr.s and even give inexperienced
    voyagers the ABC's in the fine art
    ot tipping, how much, where and
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    The program also offers illus-
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    The motion picture theaten
    aboard the Quean Anna Maria anil
    the Olympia generally feature tiro
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    Highlight- of every crossing ar-*
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    ^4 rove
    Continued from Page IB
    infj a two-week visit north du-
    ring which he returned for a few-
    days to his former home town,
    Rochester, NY., and spent the
    rest of the time extolling the at-
    tractions of Surfside to as many-
    travel agents as he could find.
    Nautilus Junior High President
    Lucille (Mrs Milton i Goldman,
    and president-elect. Evelyn I Mr-.
    Charles) Binder, have returned
    from the University of Florida,
    where they attended the conven-
    tion of the Florida Institute of
    Continuing Cniversity Study, usu-
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    Len and Roz Zilbert and > >.i
    Sheldon back from a delightful
    ten days in North Carolina, wher*
    they made Lake Osceola Inn.
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    Ridge Parkway Daughter D-
    anne and buy-band Murray Rubin
    spent aome time at the Inn with
    them Othe:s planning a visit
    to the area this summer are
    Judge ami Mrs Irving (ypen. Mr.
    and Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. and
    Wolfie Cthen
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    Friday, July
    WESTVIEW Oountrj C'.uh
    bers had a plasan1 ehi
    if-pace dinner party Saturday
    "asual dresa was in < lll'r '"r ,n'
    (unction The evening began un-
    ler the stars, at the edge of the
    golf course, with cocktails, appe-
    tizers, and strolling musicians.
    Mrs. Ferd Meyers, whose hus-
    band is president cf the club, was
    in a muted aquamarine shift
    Mrs. Lester Russir.'s white ribbed
    shilt was sleeveless with a cowled
    neckline. Visiting from Cincin-
    nati were the Leonard Starkfi
    Mrs. Stark'.-, blue and white
    checked gingham had a whiu
    Irish lace inserted bodice Sitting
    .vith them were the Jack Werst-
    ind Mrs Wersl chose a yellov
    -ilk knit shift W it h white and
    powder blue trimming the i
    lar and cascading di *-n the from
    >f her tailored dress. Anothci
    couple in the group were the Ben
    Hartleys, with Mrs Hartley weai
    mg a white em I tton In an
    viir.e silhouette.
    An emerald green siik knii
    -hit; with white and royal blue
    i- the color accents was worn
    by Mrs. David Nathan. Her
    laughter, Miss Nanei Nathan,
    was in a sheer voile featuring a
    smocked and ruffled bodice on
    * muted yellow and foliage green
    prcht.
    *
    a slack ensemble in ice blue
    ** pique was selected by Mrs
    VVhitey Bloom for the party. It
    was double breasted with white
    pearl buttons, and a royal blue
    chiffon scarf at the neckline Also
    choosing slacks for the evening
    **as Mrs. Morion Hill. Ombre
    ^olds and browns created a pel)
    Me print in her overblouse which
    topped beige silk pants Mr-
    Monroe Cooperman's pale Liven
    dar had an accordion pleated
    -kirt and cowled neckline.
    Guests later adjourned to the
    main dining room, where spotted
    was Mrs, Hank Meyers in line
    Wearing a white overblouse ami
    turquoise slacks under the huge
    papir bib Mr- S > d n e y Worn
    tiaub's white alpaca suit had a
    modified c o I e d neckline an
    lubie
    breasted jacket A silk linen knit
    shift In mint green was chosen by
    Mrs .1 u 1 i u Rosenberg II was
    sleeveless, with a jewel neck-
    line, and a t ueh oi solid green
    encircling the waist Mrs. Sol
    Friedman's tw o-piece W h i t e
    pique had an accent .1 black, and
    was a Hattie Carnegie classit
    BELL-BOTTOM trousers were in
    order for Mrs Albert Kahn.
    In black sailcloth, the) featured
    scoi ped pockets detailed in white
    pear) buttons, and had a coordin-
    ated black and white striped bod
    Ice. Mrs. L uis I ytton was in a
    while COttl .-. faille with a two-
    I iece I k created by the fringed
    dropped waistline. Her daughter.
    Mi-- Karen I.ytton. chose a white
    bird.-eye pique with narrow hue
    trim around the neckline, sli.....-
    and on the A-linc skirt In the
    I ytton party were the Herbert
    II PensigS Oi New York Cit)
    w h are vacationing at the Eden
    i; i
    Mn. Penaig -elected a silk flor-
    al print in yellow and green on
    ,i background of white Her two-
    piece ensemble featured the A
    line skirt with a self fabric bow
    at the waistline of her overbtouse.
    A gold embossed cotton sleeveless
    sheath with scooped neckline wa-
    worn by Mrs Charles Bender.
    Conversation piece of the eve
    ning was Mrs Larry Singer's
    "Marimekko" from Finland. In
    navy and red. it featured a geo-
    metric print, scooped neckline
    which dipped to a V in Hie back,
    the silhouette basically a floor-
    length shifi. Mrs William Sing-
    er- choice for the party was a
    two-piece white pique with white
    silk scroll braid on the ova:
    blouse. Nile green and white
    blended into the cotton sou tie
    tail, red shift worn by Mrs. Mor-
    ton Stiin. Oversized white pearl
    buttons trimmed the inint ot her
    dress, and asymetrically slashed
    pocket- were placed low over the
    hip-
    After a year of fund-raising activities, includinq a car wash
    candy sale newspaper collection and talent show, Hebrew
    S ,hlem^ S W?re n ,heir waY Washinqton for a tour
    of the nation s capital. Prerequisite for the ninth graders was
    passing their Hebrew and English programs. Shown aboard
    Rubin FoKRrKC:re S,c?en Shan'ZiS' MindY Phillios. Judy
    Rubin Esther Baboun, Sheldon Wei*s, William Green berg
    Howard Bienenfeld. Miriam Melnick. M.nam Greenbcm Mark
    Stockman. Larry Kuzinsky, Melv.n Farber, Susan Roth Mel a
    Azulay immy Resnikovitz, Toby Fir.el, David Shapiro S
    Ami Rn andcDian,ne S^2' Not shown are Hedy Moreen-
    SSr andRn SWMSky' "S Umer- FannY Behar. Ryan
    Three local women have been installed as na-
    tional officers of Phi Sigma Sigma ororiiy.
    They are (left to right Mrs. Victor Reiter. grand
    vice archon; Mrs. Robert Rosen, grand archon;
    and Mrs. Joseph Klein, national tribune. The
    women were elected at the sorority's national
    convention at the Carrillon Hotel from June 22
    Julius Cooper (center, vice chairman of the Greater Miami
    Council for Medical Services in Israel, presents a SI5,000
    check tor the establishment of the Bessie Cooper Hydiotherapy
    Department in Beersheba, Israel, to Rabbi Leon Kronish (right!,
    honorary chairman. Moshe Berman, executive director, looks
    on.
    Cooper in 515,000 Gift for Establishment
    Of Medical Facility Memorializing Wife
    Julius F Cooper has presented
    a check for S1S.00Q to the Greater
    Miami Council for Medical Service*
    to be used bj Kupat llolim in 1-
    raeJ,
    Cooper, a vice chairman <>t the
    council, made the presentation to
    Rabbi Leon Kronish. the council-
    honorary chairman
    Co per made the $15,000 contri
    Union for the establishment
    Bessie Cooper Hydrof.herapy D<
    partment in the Rehabilitation and
    Medical Center operate I bj Kup.it
    llolim in Bet rsh ba, Israel
    The facility i- in memorial to
    Cooper i.i e wife, Mrs r..
    i oopei
    to 27. and were installed by Mrs. Arthur Mar-
    kowitz. national Panhellenic delegate and for
    met grand archon. Mrs. Klein, also newly,
    appointed as the sorority's executive *ecr.
    tary. will head the operations of the group'i
    central office located in Miami as of this sum-
    mer.
    Five Beth Torah
    Students to Israel
    T'n I between Beth '!
    Coi itlon ..n i the Slate
    11 1 be {timed a
    five studi !''''' 1
    , u Ho Land (Ms aun -ner
    i .-!,. i .nk.' Rum -ii Bo iMMnda '
    and Kenny Rosa will participate is
    Ihc M:t/\.ih l'.i rim
    ii h includes aorae M8
    . m I nitre
    States T h e > sriM apeakd
    Meet r.iel. and are the
    up from Meth 1 r
    hcipated in the trip
    - -. Wetnmi I pt e
    lhee.it Re A United S
    i.- Ninth will rnn SBC 1 5Y
    Pilgrimage Israel and spend an
    en weeks here in a cOHtfrined
    study and touring program BR
    i- the Itrat member (d Heth Tnrafc
    i SY to win the Israel seh.lar-hip
    Award afl'v hanni! served prs
    ident < I hi- li al chapter
    Diane Keshlattsfcj will spend the
    entire year in Israel as a partu
    pant in the Institute for Youth
    Leaden Tlu-XcfhutJ the World sH
    td in Jerusalem I>tanv will at
    tend as i member of the Ybun |
    .luiles V ii ii I h Group which she
    served as i eg! oeaal viet pre*<1ent
    during the p.i-t year, h well a
    counselor .it Camp Judta
    Mark H Sanford Kuitler
    Richard u ind Andrew Sand
    le Mill a ixt Camp K.nuli
    hei i in
    U i!
    Beach Boxer
    On Maccabiah
    Team In Israel
    i eathi roe hi boxer I-
    rowing li-i
    : Greati r Miami athletes who will
    Ihi summet n
    i n< le Sam in l-i \ i
    151 Euclid Am- Mi
    States Mac<
    : '" The am im i mei I
    bj Ed Lassman ol Miami
    i r m < r pi
    World B ix n \sso iati m and co-
    ol t he 1 < Mac.
    B xing i ommittee
    '11|' Seven th U rid Maccabiali
    '.ami-- will be hel I in Tel \\e
    x' wi;hj. ishath
    "'"" from 36 ..'I. ns in competi
    lion in .i 20 s| ort pr g am
    N< wman 22 i- tern ,,t the
    I mversit) of Miami He twice cap
    tured the hool's intramural r-i
    lb boxing championship He ah i
    rved a- Miami Beach High School
    swunming captain in USMo
    Cooper moved to Miami Btach
    21 years ago from Cleveland O..
    where he was a building contract-
    or. An active leader in Jewish
    communal endeavor there, he be-
    longed to T h e Temple, whose
    rabbi was the late, world-re-
    nowned Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.
    In Miami Bea h Cooper i- a
    oi Ti npli Beth Mi ilom,
    / H ,
    I
    Mcshe Bet n. ex
    ler Mi
    i ii rn ii i ooper i- ..rn- tin-
    i -' founders | the R< ha
    Me lical < entei in I
    He has made many trip, to Is-
    rael where he studied the young
    roun ry medicaJ i
    The Bessie I ; r Hydrothi
    lished
    oner with his sons l-
    Ufn-d He *ill leave I
    rael shortlj to taki
    '- n ceremonii i i ', .
    there
    Hoffman Wins
    Honors Degree
    II.im Hoffman "*> ami
    M i M H-'ttnian.
    A.'. *.i-
    Rabbi's Release
    To be Noted
    ["he
    '
    I i
    .......
    ' Mondai
    July 12
    tbraham K
    I
    ' Winyan N v
    ... ,
    "' '" ""' nnivei md it,
    one nil
    "-'" m German) Russia ai
    Sent ma today
    Minyan Nusach \r, meets daily
    ;',',"-'"'" ,lK.....I >n the Blackstone
    :'"i"1";^ Hotel, and Saturdaj
    services begin al 9 a m
    Horry Hoffman
    1 I -
    Mr
    ' -
    a um huiite grid
    . i.l the 1 -ii
    rj i Miami
    n June, with a
    ItltA d | r e e in
    nting
    Mi..mi Senior
    h Jioff
    i ...ti the !'
    Li al thi
    the iiiiiM-i
    \ membei '
    i lernii
    i
    . rnit) tor '
    ' from Upha Katjaa P
    lub
    September, be
    h Master *
    boot ol I
    Vort I
    'lj on -, holarshlp
    Rabbi Stern on TV
    i i ii Stern spii l
    leadei u| ihe Jao
    '"""^ Syna will appe
    1 n :" ,;
    J< Wi-h \S dp Hour -
    ,,N ,: Council oi in
    R*hl I Stern will talk ..n "Orw l
    Soeiet) \i Society and one >
    I iet\


    lay. July 9. 1965
    *Jenlsti IktMltr
    Paqe 11 5
    *v*
    ficmian Judqe Milton Fnedman speaks to
    >rnier Prime Minister of Israel David Ben
    iiuion during the recent international conven-
    >n of Bnc B'rith in Israel, where Judqe Fried-
    jan went to attend sessions. Left to riqht are
    ibel Katz. outqoinq international president of
    B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Wally Rosenbluth. interna-
    tional president of B'nai B'rith Women; Judqe
    Friedman and Mr. BenGurion; Yale Goldberq.
    assistant duector of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. David
    Ben Guiion and Y. Katz. director of B'nai B'rith
    prcqrams in Israel.
    lebrew Academy No. Dade Branch Now Registering
    lr_iMi-. tat \ t .i d e m y. North Miami
    hcfe Branch, has officiall) been
    PI..-.I at l aiflad Hail. MO NE
    I st
    rail..ii is lakiofl place (Uirj
    the building, arhtota will lerve
    the Khool's cjuai er toe the
    t nu year
    |ognr Work on WVCG
    ha [mmolation Scene from Wag
    (;< trnl.Kinmrnin.: with
    rit Nil-->n. loprano, and Cotl
    Prick, baaao, will be tf>- prin
    il m o r k reviewed on "First
    thii Sund ij .it 9 p m on
    I KM. VS ks i> Haydn. Pr-t
    n led bj Rt '" I Lawrence, the
    . h v- i hi- \ i nna Phil
    i in hesti .i and the Vien
    5i.it. i >t" i be ""
    tin- dire* i "" "t '' "i Solti.
    \c cordlnfl ti> L uia fclerwitzer,
    president, plana call tor tt' open
    tag of .i tir *his year, wnit ;i third unit fourth
    grade to follow in the next two
    > eai -
    In order to make the facilities
    of the Unified Hall ideally suit-
    able for a school plant, extensive
    alterations and improvements art
    being made during the summer
    months. There will be playground
    facilities available to the school,
    in addition to two modern and
    welt-equipped classrooms.
    'ihi program in tlu- branch will
    tolkm the elamaotar) grades oi t'n-
    lent) l he program w ill be *11
    vided equalh. offei in .i complet
    icidanur program and an intensive
    Hebrev program All classea in the
    Hebrew Department will ix* con
    ducted in modem II* bre
    The >cadenric program ill fol-
    low tru- curriculum <>f the Dade
    County Beard >f PuMic Inatruc-
    lion and the Florida State D*>
    iNsrtnient ol Kducation
    iho Hebrew Academy is fully
    a< redttod by th- Florida State
    I >i portmenl of Education
    Farina to Work
    On Peru Project
    Over Summer
    Joseph P Farina, a student at
    George Washington Ui
    has en chost n bj the Ea it
    ana ol the Am i it an National
    Red < to to Peru this sum
    mor as i i ol two collie students
    hi will be part <>i nun men
    U an taking i art in wort stud)
    ram, Pi ojecl Pei u
    Farina and ;i student from
    Souttiei n i 'onnet I icut State i
    II unik mith an adult a I
    er and six high school stu lenta
    teat hing and practit ii t aid
    and assisting in repairing It
    in Lima during the month ol Jul)
    In August, the) v ill mo\ e to the
    northern provinces ol Peru and
    participate in a food distribution
    project
    From June 2'A to Jul) 1, his
    t a iii and three o! her t e a m
    took training in P u e r t o Bit i
    before li as ing for Peru.
    At George Washington, Farina
    baa been active In the Communit)
    Service Coordinating Committee
    Dormitor) Council, Crew Team
    radio broadcasting on VVHGW. an is employed on Capitol mil. He
    ;iv recently elected chairman f
    tlit- Intercollegiate Red Croat Com
    munlty Service Committee for
    186646
    At Kinloch Park Junior High
    and Miami Senior High, hi served
    a> president of his class tor two

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    Friday. July 9. ;ef,
    Moshe Sharett, 71
    Former Premier.
    Felled by Cancer
    Miami Beach Chapter of the Women's D.vis-
    Ben
    Flcra Sinick, Rena Stein, Norman Hill,
    icnTXrnerican Technion Society, holds a plan- Zion Gin.buig. ^^"^SX^
    meeting. Seated are Mesdames lay Dermer,
    Dorothy Krieger Fink. Trudy Hamerschiaq, the form of a brunch next fall, as
    Milton Sirkin. Leo Rutstein end Max Kern, a mid-winter luncheon and a
    Standing are Mesdames George Valentine, bership coffees_ beginning in October^
    series of mem-
    Judge Klein
    Takes Office
    Judge E tovard S. Klein was
    T in a^ the fourth Criminal
    COUit of Record Judge in ceremon-
    ies end',::ted July l in the Metro
    ] Building.
    .I <>f office was adminis-
    by District C url f Appeals
    . Ige Richard H M, Swann Sen-
    -iminal Court ol Rec rd Judge
    Williams officiated.
    Judge Klein was chief prose-
    cutor in Division B of the Crim-
    inal Court of Record while an as-
    sistant State Attorney in the of-
    fice of Richard E. Gerstein. He
    served as legal attache to the
    Dade County legislative delega-
    ticn du'ing the last two sessions
    cf the Florida legislature.
    secutive vice president
    of the Young Democratic Club of
    Dade County. pa-t president of
    L Ige, B'nai B'nth. a
    : of the Criminal Law Com-.
    the H rida Bar.
    Ige Klein lives at 1900 Sw 59th
    i .....ied to the former
    anz Hi has two children,
    Norton Tire Co.
    Has New Store
    Ncrtoi Pall it pr< ridenl of the
    ' n fire i ompany, has an
    ling ol
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    Kate Marks
    Dead at Age 77
    Pioneer Miami.hi Kate Marks,
    v ho eame here from Key West v>
    years ago, died June 23, She was
    JUDGf IDWARD KllIN
    Mrs Mark.- lived al 2535 SW 27th
    Ave and operated Mai
    dry stoic opposite Miami s i
    High for many years.
    She was active in the Ladies Aux-
    iliary, Norman Bruce Brown Post
    JWV
    Sun n ing are two sons
    Mark- and Perry Marks; a d
    ter, Mrs Norman Jones, all ol Mi
    ami: ihrei brothers I uis and Jo-
    seph Rosenthal, of Miami Bea< h
    and Edward Rosenthal, ol 1>< Iraj
    Beach, Fla two sisters M: Bei
    ih., Wall and Mrs Hern
    if Miami Beach, and 10 grandchil
    dren
    Services were held June
    i .,1 Homo
    ial in Ml \'< I n
    ISAL1 M
    ' Jewish


    Hj ii.,.; ital He was 71
    ll. u iso .i n ember of the
    Kt rebinl
    1958
    Death came after a long illness,
    and the cause was diagnosed *
    luno cancer. After being in and
    out of the hospital a number of
    times, he reentered the institu-
    tion ten days ago, seemed to feel
    better, continued to see friends
    His bod) was to be laid in -t.it''
    rtyard of the J
    Vgencj here Thursday The fu
    il win i e h< Id Friday morning
    Interment in ac< with his
    . i tx the old cemetery
    pe| am\ il> disclos" I
    thai in a will he signed in August
    .,
    >., publ si
    through "i" in notici in I
    at my I
    I should be laid to rest
    ,, metei s I Tel \vi\ next to
    : Do> Hi lishu
    wen I friei -
    ies ol Mosh< Sharett in the
    Ma|ai Party
    llu Sharett
    and members of the family, and
    dictated correspondence until
    Tuesday afternoon, when he fell
    into a coma.
    : milj was at
    !o i- Hirvivi
    i and a da
    tbltc refrain
    : the iii "i the
    and In v a with i
    from pubUahini
    Of eondolene-
    amil\ tlao n
    lhat no wnaths be sent or
    tn the funeral.

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    Harry August,
    Pioneer Miamian,
    Passes Away
    Han \.i u-t. founder I j
    DotartM, dit
    July l
    Mr \ ..r who CsWDC ti
    over I '-" '' B Pawn
    K I w i president and cha |
    (| of the bekery h. [
    M ,i live in Um \lA
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    Give Them Tools
    to Build Israel
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    Rejoice again with 'Hose you love in Israel by trading them packaqes
    through CARE. 3ring them your warmth and affection and ma'.:e their
    spxits brighter arcl fuller through your thoughtiul gifts. Your gifts will
    bring happiness to each recipient whether they are your relatives and
    trieadSi cr Institutions or a needy refugee family.
    Help to rebuil i rough your gift 2! FOOD. TOOLS. BOOKS and
    T-IrZDICAL SUPPLIES thus enabling them to make their way in life.
    There are no parcel post charges, no taxes or duties. The food enters
    ration-free and is certified Kosher. Your name is on every package. 'Jr.-
    designated contributions are deductible for Federal ncome Tax purposes.
    CARE will assure delivery of your gifts to Israel. Just select tho*e you
    wish 10 send and mail the girt form with your specific instructicr.- and
    your check or rnone^, order. Make out to CARE, and send to CARE Inc..
    312 Forsyth Building. Atlanta. Georgia 30303.
    Send Your Personal
    Gift of Help and
    Hope to Israel...
    PACKAGES THAT MAY BE DESIGNATED IN ISRAti
    (not to exceed 2 per month to a fom !y. group or individual)
    Israel Food Package (Kosher)
    Israel Family Food Package SI3.25
    s;:.oo
    2 ois. Evaporated Milk
    70 ois. Pin 'apple
    32 oit. Chocolate
    16 ois. Cocoa
    8 on. Soup Mix
    31 ois fruit Salad
    30 oit. Peaches
    4 ois. Instant Coffee
    60 oii Beef in Natural Juices
    4S ois. Veal in Natvial JsiCM
    30 ors frunkurlers
    45 at.. Paprikash
    1 S ois. Tongue
    IS ois. Meatballs
    48 ois. Tablet Sugar
    32 ois. Rice
    28 ois. Condensed Milk
    4S ois. Bief in Natural Juices
    30 ois Veal n Ncturul Juices
    20 oi. Frankfurters
    1 S ois. Paprikash
    64 ois. Rice
    24 ois. Tablet Sugar
    32 ois. Chocolate
    2 oxs. Instant Coffee
    30 ois. Peaches
    16 ois. Cocoa
    8 ois. S-jj Mix
    Packages that CAN NOT BE Designated to Individuals or Institutions in Israel:
    Auto Mechanic Kit
    Electrician Kit
    Metal Workers Kit
    Needle Trade Kit
    Physical Education Kit
    $25 W
    20.00
    20.00
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    Sewing Machine (Electric)
    Woodworking Kit
    -Self-Metis Fund
    'Book Fund
    Medical Fund
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    (Any Amount)
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    Contributor to the*, funds will r*c*i* a r**rt from the CARE Mission Chief as to how contribution was used
    four dollars do so much ...
    ?end os many as you can
    CARE helps you save on food for friends and
    loved ones If you were to send these pack-
    ages yourself, you would pay almost one-half
    again the cost of the package in postage
    $4.55 on the 510.00 package, and S7.25 on the
    SI8.25 package. Since CARE has the co-
    operation of the United States and Israel gov-
    ernments, it saves you the cost of duty, post-
    age and handling. In order to avoid dis-
    appointments to those in Israel to whom your
    E package means so much, won't you mail your order today?
    those who are less fortunate and sorely in need of food, or a refugee
    ily. or someone in need in Israel, send extra S10 packages. Each pack-
    sent through your contribution bears your name and address as donor.
    his Advertisement Sponsored by
    CARE, Inc., 312 Forsyth Building, Atlanta, Ga. 30303
    ENCLOSED FIND $ ISfl
    Israel Family Food Package $18.25
    Israel Kosher Food Package $10 00
    Self Help Kit ($ )
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    $ Far Self-Help Fu-d
    *$ Far Book Fund
    $ For Medical Fund
    TO BE DELIVERED TO: (pleat* print)
    '(may not be sent to specific individuals)
    Please use a separate sheet for additional names.
    PARTY CATERING Call lor Party Brochure
    p.iities u ii Function*Suffota >
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    Phone 633-8066
    VIC P0TAMKIN CHEVROLET INC.
    540 Alton Road, Miami Beach
    HOLSUM BAKERS
    5761 Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florid*

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    Life lnj.,rinct Representatives
    [ SOUTHEAST FLORIDA GENERAL AGENCY
    Ph. 377-1736 990 S.W. 1st Street, Miami
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    CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
    FIVE POINTS NATIONAL BANK
    Coral Way at 17th Ae., Miami, Florida
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