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

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

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

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"^Jewish Florichan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
38 Number 29
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 16, 1965
Two Sections Price 20
-G Faces Expulsion
AVIVThe Central
in:.. Of the Mapai Tarty vo-
jv rwhelminvjly here at a
n^ that concluded early Mon-
lorning to expel from the
r.> member who would lend
"direct or indirect" to an
fnritnt list that mitht he
<-r next (alls national
l.evi Kshkol Mr Ben-Gurlon and
his followers lad demanded Midi
.i special convention That motion
was defeated l>y i vote of 202 to
Immediately after the meet-
ing, Reuven Barkatt, secretary-
general of th* party, still held
out a wreath of peace in the
hepe of averting an open party
"Though I am not relying
Continued on Page 7-A
us the party's legal tround-
was set for the expulsion
:tr Prime Minister David
urion and his followers,
while this group announced
I it is continuing preparations
announcing its separate elec-
| list within the next few days.
vote for expulsion of intran
members was carried by an
helming ballot of 213 to 9.
|2 abstentions Before voting
iion the Central Committee
ktred a resolution calling for
lal Mapai convention to de
h entire issue pond bj Mr
urion's decision to filit the
i* licJes hoi I by the majoi
ihuh backs Prime Ministei
German Missile Men
Removed from Egypt
DAV/0 BINGUKION
fife
niial \ ictory
Rothschilds
is i JTA) partial vie
.'!i !! i e bj Ihe
. whit h ha I u
> an against .i new book
j *rs which, though ft
i ed l>> the fami
d its name
Rouanel de \ i me La* it
I the complaint, tiled bj
p g and l : ni nd de Roth
Baroness FJel isabee d
i' ordere l part of one
di pt< I from tin' work be
a ge casts doubt on the
Itag4 of Ban n E In i
-\ < r. Uie i t irnej I >r th
hrru! i ^ announced the) would
k n -hii. seeki .-: dai
pemandim; the deletion -l *tti
s-. < -
k. written bj a well>
that, Rogei Pej refitte,
en selling briskl) since Its
eat 1'iM several eek
critics have ated th.it the
would fan anti-Jewish senti-
I, al thou eh M Peyrofitte has
ed he is not anti-Semitic
IfUNICH i JTA ) No German
scientist now holds a senior posi-
tion in the missile development
program be'ng conducted in Egypt,
it was confirmed here by Dr. Al-
fred Seid.l. attorney for the leader
Of the German teams of SCientisfe
and technicians working for Nas-
ser since i960.
Dr. Seidel confirmed earlier
reports that the top German sci-
entist among those who had
worked for Nasser. Prof. Wolf-
garg Pili, had refused to renew
his ccntract. had left Egypt, and
is now living "somewhere in
Germany."
It was ascertained that Dr. Pilz,
the last of the senior scientists em-
p yed bj Nasser, left Cairo secret-
ly mere than a month ago. and that
other Gorman rocket experts still
in Kgypt would come home soon.
Cairo reporta reaching here,
however, showed that Nasser is
still trying to recruit other Ger-
mans to replace the teams organ
ized by Pill. The latter i- a rocket.
design and propulsion expert who
had helped llr.ler develop the v-i
rocket which terrorized Britain du-
ring the closing months of World
War II Later he worked for the
French, helping to develop roc-
kets in Egypt, he was credited
u itti h a \ i n g deveJ ped .it leasl
hree types ol rockets, all aimed it
ultimate aggressive war against Is-
i ..-1
Bundesrat In
Final Claims
Approval
BfYNN (JTA I The Buntfel
rat. the upper house of the West
German Parliament approved Lhi-
week a final indemnification bill
previously pas.ed by the iJunde
stag providing a fund of 1.200.000.
OOO deutschemarks ($300,000,000.
for the compensation of those Nad
victims who were unable to file
Claims by the Oc. 1, 1353 deadline
because they were in Iron Curtain
countries
West German Presidenl Heinrich
Luebke is now expected to sign
the measure into law and it will
probably o me into effect this
month
The measure was first opposed
by the Bundestag but was given
approval by a mediation commit-
tee of the two houses of the Bonn
Parliament.
D. NAHUM G01DMANN
Improvement Foreseen In
Plight of Jews in Russia
Rabbi Seymour I. Cohen.
sp:iitual leader of Anshe
Emet Synaqoque, Chicaqo.
111., was recently elected
president of the Synaqoque
Council of Amei'ca. He suc-
ceeds Rabbi Uri Miller, of
Baltimore. The Council repre-
sents the Orthodox. Conserv-
ative and Reform Jewish
movements.
c! : JTA -
D, x Gol hmana, pssjai
dent '' """
... 1 that si me
, 1 ettei ibout to
- rviel Union's ti
1 ii of Russ a's Jew i '1 c mmun
He .\. rn< that ereal
im] re ri -i that the Jewish people
, anti Sot iet >uld .. historic
traged)
Ht discussed the situation of
Soviet Jewry in his address at
the opening session of the World
Jewish Congress executive,
which is meeting here with 100
delegates from 30 countries in
attendance. The session is being
hole* in the headquarters of the
Courcil of Europe.
Dr Cfoldmann appealed to the
.1 e W i I h people and its friend-
irouad the world t continue the
he demand for equal rights for
lew -h commurutj in uie So
iet Ui ligi" l!- >nd nal
a' minorit). .....I to set k to per
le the L'SSR I i change its p Ii
i> concerning Soviet Jews At the
same lime however, he warned
i i n t "distortions" regarding
Ihe situation.
AS >ve all," he said, "we should
avoid being dragged into cold war
polemics The-.' we should oppose
more than any other minority. We
should avoid creating the impres-
sion that the Jewish people, a-
tuch, is anti-Soviet." Such a devel-
Continued on Page 10-A
Nasser Vows
'No Peace'
With Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres-
ident Nasser ol Egypt said in i
on interview broa
.- ir. CBS tih it E ypt continues
met the pi si bbitaty >'
peaci I h Isi
never acci pi the ex let
el, and "th.1 only si lution i>
He said that a reckoning with
Israel might come in five years,
but noted that the Mos'e t ed 70 years during the Crusade
to expel the Christians from Pal-
estine.
Vsked b) the CBS interview!
about his advocac) of peaceful
I rnent of world problems and the
contradiction between th. -e senti-
ment and his attitude toward I-
rant, he said that Israel could be
likened ""l> to aggressors who in-
vaded and occupied the Mate ol
fornia. He declared the making
of peace requires the existent- ol
two reasonable sides, but cannot
Continued on Page 2-A
eep Emotion Marks Funeral of Moshe Sharett
SEE ILLUSTRIOUS LEADER
PAGE 3 A
I. vuv ; I \ m isl e -i. i
I t Foreig M n ster and
Bit Premier of the state of
H, i xei utivi
of fk. Vgencj ii
^kt' 11 stionalb enow ne i Zion
ist k
j^^^Bri < the
Igg here, dose by the Me
n Sea
funeral proc< ision, led bj
P's spiritual, political ml mil
.rs. world Jewish f
Jhi>.h ranking foreign diplo
|L accompanied the beloved
th statesman to his final rest
Jan from Jerusalem, when
died Wedne da; .t the t
his bier was lowered into
ground, Mr. Sharetts two
Yaacov and Chaim, chant-
lth Kaddish. Premier Levi
EsHkol and Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, nresiJent of the World
Zionist Organiiation, threw the
first spadefuls of earth into the
open grave.
The simplicit) of the funen '
ceremony was In accordance with
Moshe Sharett< al no
ulogies be voti ed or undue p in p
own oil the occasion ol hi d ath
The deep emotion felt i>> the thous
,ii i> who lined the funeral proi -
iion route was articulated at the
cemeterj bj David Hac 'hen. It '
inn member of Parlianu nl an I
life long friend ol Sharett, wo i
with tears in i is the
c iffin i eing lowered and cried out
Shalom, Moshe. Shalom "
Sharetts grave lies between the
tombs of two old friends and com
rades in the struggle to found the
Jewish State. DOV HOI and Eliahu
MOSHE SHAfJf n
ltM*IMJ
Golomb Mr Sharett had request
ed thai he be laid to rest there in
,i will he signed in IW-
The funeral cortege accomp-
anying the simple, oien, black-
shrouded army car bearing Mr.
Sharett's coffin draped with the
blue-white Israel flag antl a
talith, included veterans of the
Haganah. the Jewish Brigade,
young o'diers, kibbuti mem-
bers, ffuden!* and members of
the nation's many ethnic com-
munities, attesting to the posi-
tion of esteem the fallen leader
had held in his countrymen's
hearts.
The cortege entered Tel Aviv
and proceeded along Hei/i St to
Beit Eliahu Golimb on Rothschild
Boulevard There Dr Ham. h Ben
Yehuda, prominent Israeli aducs
tor and principal of the famous
Herzli! i Si mdarj School I
Sharett had grs ti vith
'-, firsl class in 1912, <,v--
of Sharett
ett's ni > i Mil
iught< r of Shan 11 -
her N'< i.mia. rented a poei
\ rlalevi The cortege then
moved down Allenb] H ad and
ped at the Great Synag i
lei A\i\ where the Ai'> I
lain, Ma G< A Shlomo
. n, offered prayers Ei Uow
ing this the proci ssion -un\ ed al
the c- meter)
Before proceeding to Tel \\
the cortege had assembled for a
I riel out loor cen monj at the
je lish \- w : Buil ling in Jeru-
salem I';.-:.ient Zalman Shazar
the Fust Psalm insti ad of
I the customarj i ilogj
The procession then stopped
Continued on Page 5-A


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Page 2-A
Nursing Specialist
Joins Home of Aged
Florence Gllles. R.N.. a special
isl in geriatric nurstaj since the
h has been named Director of
x rsini Services at the Jewish
Home for the Aged by Executive
Director Maurice Pearlstein.
She comes to Miami from New
Y irk City where she recently re-
signed as Director of PAiratag Bdn-
catkin at the Jewish Home anJ
Hospital for the Aged
Earlier professional career In-
cluded poets as Director of Nurs-
ii t Servkea ai the 800*ed Jew-
ish Chronic Disease Hospital in
Brooklyn for IS years and at the
1.-th Abraham Hospital m the
BTOBX, NY.
xt .tllA Mis< GlUes has taken
charge of overall planning tor pa-
. rat etre and administration of all
i Lining programs The staff in-
clacks 10 RN> and 18 licensed
practical nurses
The new director is s graduate
, the School of Nursii Albert
- -in Medical Center, and holds
its degree from Long Island Uni-
,. ] p -- m ml erships
e the American Nurses As
\. fue for Nuts-
g and toei
. She is a na-
me of 1 x
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presi lenl of F Stores. Inc .
ten named chairman of an in-
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to programs I >r l> na-
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Nasser Vows
\\o Peace*
With Israel
Continued from Pe '*
,. made .th aggra who con
tinue to NW tcrnton
The Egyptian leader jjjrj
that deferment of t.on aaintt
laraeTS Jordan River w.terproi-
Z w.. du. the *.t tfcatayrU
w militarily unable t. defend
itself. He disclosed he hed ed-
vised Syria to postpone such ac-
tion until military preparations
were completed.
He rejected the possibility of a
,.a settlement with Israel.
claiming Israel had failed to re
tl Nations* ns an
._ the extsten i ol lamei com-
StitUWd nothing more than I p I
ession "
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Joy, My 16. 1965
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Paqe 3rA
llustrious Leader Passes
Jewish Telegraphic Agency Me bad opponents in both Ilista ti> none m
. iirut and Mapai. but sever suffered Alter the Jewish State came into in 1931
i""i' !s irctt last Wednesday unpopularity even among those being, be Hebraiied his name, !* ~,e.^ei
brtement issued by the Urar'l who fought his proposals hardest cacatag known as Mo-he Sharett.
Crnment the World Zionist Or Universally, he was regarded as a In 1953. when Prime Minister
i/ation and the Knesset, de- negotiator par excellence, as a David Ben Gurion retired to pri-
d that "the Jewish people statesman with vision. vate life temporarily. Mr Sharett sum,,^.,. 0f 1933 yr sharett was
been bereaved of a leader of _. became Prime Minister, holding c,ccted ,0 th(, key ^
;au a pilot of the movement 1 ..,_. r t ..... the post of head of the Govern- ,,.__ _..:_.. _____.. .
ar the dailj newspaper "f the
Histadruf Israel's labor federation,
which he bad helped found From
1929 to l':!i he edited th.- paper's
skill and efficiency English weekly supplement When
came into in 1931 Chain Arioaorofl became
ad of the Jewish Agency's
ai Department, Mr Sharett
was named Political Secretary of
the Agency Kotowing the assas-
sination of Mr Arlosoroff in the
IStatc. a pilot
Nations started Looking into the
a teacher of the Nation. .palestine Question" in 1946 ^
of true nobility n the House 4^,^^^ by tht. Jewij|fc
rael has gone to his eternal ^^ {q [^ [{ a, tbg $"
as its official delegation bead. It
loshe Sharett.'
After having served on various
important Jewish agency missions
to the United States. England.
France and Canada, he became
one of the most active personal-
ment until Mr. Ben-C.urion re-
sumed the Premiership in 1955.
Then Mr. Sharett reassumed the
position of Foreign Minister, hpto"-
the statement was under his guidance that the j** *** Xj^EJ?!" /JlT^ iE "'** durinK WorW War
kniied "has inscribed illustri- first great victory at the United IM tna,rmansn P "' ,m recruitment of Jews to fight on
chapters in the book of Israels Nations was won when, on Nov. 29. uvusn Afeenc> *xetume. ^ side Qf (h< A)|u _. |t ^ h{>
Mr. Share*, born Moshe Sher-
tok at Kherson, Russia, in 1894,
came to Palestine at the age of
12. in 1906.
rgence through his activities 1947. the UN General Assembly
lead of the Jewish Agency's po- voted in favor of the partition of
department on the eve of Palestine, giving the world or
[establishment of the State, as ganization's approval of the forma
id's first Foreign Minister and tion of a Jewish State in Palestine
Premier, as spokesman for the
who initiated the formation of the
Jewish Brigade and. in 1945. it
was Moshe Shertok who presented
its own Qag to the Jewish Brigade
in Italy.
k>n and the Jewish people, as
Mitral pillar of the Zionist
[in' nt. as chairman of the
|i-i executive in recent years,
. i| the foremosl leadi 11 of
r party -i'"1 one of the
tx art rs "i the Zionist
".'nt "
n a lifetime of service to the
ish people, not only in Pal-
kine and Israel but around the
[rid, Mr Sharett had come in-
closer personal contact with
rid Jewry than probably any
tr of Israel's leaders of his
deration. He was popular, not
ly in his own land, but around
world.
Hid SPciaJiam considers him
pf Us outstanding spokesmen
labor movement in Israel look
|upon him as among the BlOSt
?ut ot dajsnden
|or many years in the front
of domaatk polities in bis
IclSfld, he found opposition now
then, but his outnuht oppun
wire comparatively few in
Iber and. even among them, lie
tremendous respect
Israeli politics, as well as in
Id diplomacy, he was known
I a tough negotiator but one
was realistic enough to
pushing any dispute to its
tst limits.
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When Israel formed its own
Provisional Government, he was
selected as Foreign Minister and,
in 1949, he became the State's
Cabinet Minister in charge of
foreign affairs.
it was under in- direction that
isi ael evolved .1 diplomal 1 1
considi red by th' n Id as se< *
Or. Wolf son Spinoza Forum
His hijih school studies were ob-
tained at Herzll y 1 Secondary
School m Tel Aviv. He continued
hii studies at Istanbu University, >(,((in(I 1(.(.Iurt. ()n ..,,,,.,., .,
Turkey, where he graduated from ,,.,. ,;,.,,..,,, ,n,. world" will be
the Law Faculty, then went on to glven hv ,. Abraham Wolfson
study at the I ondon School of Eco .,,..,. 10 ., m |H.,,,. ,.. spi-
nomics and PoUtical Science g Forum for Mull Education
Back in Td Kvi\ in 1824. hi which meets in the Audi)
joint lorial stafi of Da me Washington Federal.
Charles E. Gans. vice presi-
dent of Sydney Baq and Pa-
per Company here, received
a BA deqree in business ad-
ministration from the Univer-
sity of Florida in June.

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CITY,
NATIONAL
BANKS
(2&u<6uied'^ylaleuc&it ^CJ m
June 30, 1965
ASSSTS
Cash and Due from Banks.......... $ 17,139.080 89
Securities:
U. S Government
and Guaranteed...
State, County
and Municipal....
Federal Reserve
Bank Stock....... 244.550.00 42.593.518 32
Loans and Discounts............... 69.923.816 98
Banking Houses and Equipment.... 3.986,542.84
Accrued interest and Other Assets... 1,964.398.88
$31,683,982.30
10,664.98602
244,550.00
*-.:
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TOTAL..................... $135,607,357.91
LIABILITIES
Deposits.......................... $120,401,804.04
Other Liabilities................... 2.964.670.54
Unearned Discounts and Reserves.. 2,397.357 56
Capital Stock....... $ 4,500,410.00
Surplus............ 3,675.000.00
Undivided Profits ... 1.668,115.77
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS..... 9,843,525.77
TOTAL..................... $135,607,357.91
$ CITY NATIONAL BANKS
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Gloom Future With Hope \
By ERWIH BIENEHSTOK
FO I J ->* I""**! ,0 "*! *n Arabrourl
I -*--timental eT*rienee TV Jewish-------"*B
.. are rapM* dwindlu* and perhaps soon "trace will --
MM atmosphere of friendly hospitality which our s.;,... I
hosts extend to a ruitor from Europe In some case* rt is t)
portun.tv the oW Serhardi traditions in their meul sett -^ ^|
ninn a! rv-ndennjr over the mffererice ...
wrved in the Arab cesmtnea. and a -
na Jewish communal life a earns* a background of on r-> J
- i now u- environment
T-. strikes Jew-;h vWbW to Morrv
take in runninc their kosl
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lot ..f time rn queues v^.l
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Prior ; fail resJOTJCtiaE ..-. the ecriv :
met :: 1963 Mr Ben-Gunoc bad ahead? nc-
zerce-z _n ir_s:.:.:-r aJ least a minnad n .-.be:
c: reaooaa fas bead i aloctorcd system Hk
rwaiqnatjon dobs z= a coeaeqQaca >: ---.-
:--\ one z: tfaens wta zJearry Mr >=-
5fim/W THf MAFAI fkHlf
-- RauGukm aerci reaQy res ;z_-.- Ha i yet nacceaahiHy Ic zzz* whA Aw
zi Mr Esfekoi _; zz_-.z His deosaor iurina --
pas :%-*- *^ -. enlai o =4-z"zzrz-:t l_r z: cos-
zjdctea .; ;:.r raora manearef :- a ^zr- list
z-rc_-_-_^7 toiaettme bal fan laalijnaij la
z-~z:~_~ and :-;:. Mi Eahkol's lead**-
----.- -: Mcrpc zr.z "".e country I
'''- ~ '' z z z.r,.:r::v wiD be
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was >?.:-. .; He
9d I am iia-
with fewish ~et:.-~s wh;:h ezl Lbit a
z: goodwill md with Christian meetinga ct
which a special Jew is presented.' Mr. Abram.
c magnificent and eloquent orator, called on
-:. sides to let down the barriers and deal
one another in honesty and mutual re-
sp-ec*..
la :.j z.-iticis.-r. of cliche-ridden dialogues.
he -rge-zi instead the launching of honest end
.zezzrzte.: ci.sc-^ssions that avoid evcsion. This
s the kind of succinct approach to today's
spiritual scene that could only come from so
dzs-cr.zjuished a leader in the Amer.can com-
If Mr. Abram's counterparts among the
major religiona accepted his chaUange, we
migni z-e ..-. :or zhe best of all kinds oi revelc-
boa zr.e rarakrOoe o: sell with en eye to-
ward the rr.zrure betterment.
The Gentle Moshe Sharett
~-:~~: Prinze Minister z: [|

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The Revelation of Self
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State oilarael was to his risk ;.:V
* dream rumlled He aaw nc
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z: rr.er.zsn.p n-'ween the two
During h^ z:M tenure as Prims H
Mr. Sharett brought a softer approa
: = breian aflarrs that -
y- Ben-Gurion's Inde-
service to >ws ,:, ,
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the \r^t. :-rje| ;i: OS I
prove in the ful | there! enusjratien is tv til '
of the day i^Tji | is on evei offktaQy tl
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lark ai i- -t-: re'...
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rountry shout
nd are to eradicate '>; Moroccan Jes -..-:-.. u> knee < ''"-' th" Jews who ha\r settled in tif
earned themsehrea a bad name and that '.v
Mor I. therefore, not he w< Iconu there
the natter ith a > leader he b
those Jews who ted fn*n the inutten
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Fridiy. July 16
Exec *e Director
Addresses Session
Artli
Direct '-;|
Feder.
speaaV
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Jew;
Funds
Canxi
Attli' Confen hold a1
the (i
Tuxed
chart v she mutual re
sponiii '; f the Federati ma
and a' .-? ceptai "i federal funds and par
tkrlfRtion in government spoil
sored ma
Hh topic will !* The R<'le ol
Feder m and Jewish Health and
Welfai' \ incus in the Lmtr. Of
Nation.. I)e\ elopments in Welfare
Legisl. '
Mr. !; s.ilun. with .i\er 25 years
aacparieru ha- directed Fedora
tiona in the Miami. Buffalo and
Montr*'. lUiaad :; the role ot the rt-dera-
tion ami "f Mi'Lirian agencies in
regard '' national, -tatr and local
health and uelfaiv legislation. TTm'
major [rtion of hi^ address will
be aje\'-i Fedar.i' and of their reoponsi
balitie- .I'd duties in tponsoring
Sectar elieie- to sel\e l!l'll
eral am; .' .ush communal needs
In 8(. on to ser\::i^ as exectl
tire din .tor of the Greater Miami
Jwaisii Fi deration. Mr Uos> ;-ian i~
Chaim "I fie [< lined \d\l,
ory C- n i ilttee ol the Miami Eco
nctnic ; -twi.it> I'l'uram, Inc..
and i oard member of the
lOCa I 1' I "-is "I the
'"War l'o\erty" pp^ram
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Temple Judea conlirms 22 teen-agers in recent ceremonies,
with Rabbi Morris Kipper charging the tenth qraders "ulti-
mately to understand that Judaism and mankind never were
and never will be, until the end of itme. uniform and unani-
mous." Bottom row (left to right) are Barbara Jacobson. June
Schwartz, Sandra Abel, Brook Rood. Richard Gelernter. pres-
ident of the Confirmation Class, Sherreen Handsel. Bonnie
*
Kalish, Sherry Wilensky. Roberta Schreiber, Carol Levin. Top
row are Gary Simon, Jack Cohn. Debbie Jacobson, Peter Jacob-
son, Victor Fox. Deborah Green, Rabbi Kipper, Sandy Black-
man, Jeffrey Apple, Judy Easton, Stephen Lipson. Michelle
Edlow and John Kemeny. In honor of the event. Rabbi Kipper
compiled a new prayer booklet for the confirmation service.
Sharett Buried in Tel Aviv
Between Tombs of Friends
Continued from Pago 1-A
briefly In front of the Knesset,
where Speaker (Caddish Lui rea
two famous speeches by Mr Sha
rett. One was hia address to I
troops of the Jewish Bi le to
whom he Pi e-ented their official
flag aa '!'> mustered in a i amp
m Italj pi or to joining the Alia*
in Hi, fi : Saris, the
other was l h SI

el was admit)
bership h thi
Man* Tile in New York, me-
morial lervices for Mr. Sharett
were held Friday in the audi-
torium of the Jewish Agency.
The memorial tribute was held
within a few hours of the funer-
al *ervices and interment .r. Is-
rael.
Re| smer
nan Jewish oreanizations and Is
chairman of the Jewish Agency-
American Section. Others who
spoke were I>r Joseph J Sch
wartz, vici'-president of the Israel
Bond Organization, and Pinchaa
Cruso, honorary president of the
Labor Zionist Organization of
raeli representatives in the United America Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh
states were among those present, blum. a member of the executive
Chairman of the memorial trib- of the Jewish Agency, read Psalm
ute was Dr Emanuel Neumann 90 Cantor David Koussevitzky in
toned the prayer for the dead.
In Washington, Sen. Jacob K
JavitS, Neu York Republican, me-
morialized Sharett in an address
before the United States Senate
Memorial services were also
held in Lot Angeles at the Israel
Consulate-General Israel Ambas-
sador Avraham Harman, who hap
pened to be in that city, recited
the Kaddi.-h
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Local Eyeman Win
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Jfeniflft DorldHnri
Paqe 7-A
Mapai Party Sets Up Expulsion Plan
Continued from Pago 1A
anything factual," ho taid, "I
ill hopo the split is not final."
now expected i<> be undertaken in separate independent lists in local
the nexl few days uona and in the elections to be
At the same time, however, the held soon i>\ Hiatadrut, the Israel
Ben-Gurion faction was not onlj rederation ot labor.
; with the Central Commit preparing i<> announce ;i separate
stand .- matter of record, acl list in the i lections to the Knesset. '" "" "'i'1 ">"1"""'' on e*Pl
steps (or the expulsion ol Mr but many <>f its members wen sion, the Ceatral Committee r
Gurion and his followers are also | ressing for the formation of iterated its old stand m the effecl
thai formation "f local and na-
tional lists OUtside the party with
mit the pHit>> consent constituted
.I direct breach <>f tin- party's
constitution it bald thai such
eparate action ia tantamount to
an act oi party division "
It support to Mich an unauthorised,
separate li>t would automatically
forfeit his right t<> remain within
the organisation framework ol Ma-
pai or to repreeenl the partj it
appealed to Mr Ben-Gurion "to
recognise the *i cial responsibi
which he bears now" and to
frain from pursuing his pla i I
the establishment of a -n in
election list It asked him "to
turn to the rank- of the part)
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ASSETS
Cash U S Government and
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\ A fc FHA Insured and
ed Loans....... 3816535438
Conventional Loans....... 1 20.226 432.54
LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts.
ral Home Loan Bank
Advance...........
Loans on Savings Accounts.
Stock in Federal Homl
Loan Bank...........i
Prepaid Federal Insurance
Premium..............
Buildings Equipment li
Parking Lots..........
Real Estate Owned.......
Other Asaets............
158 391.786 92
457.91J.12
1.478.000 00
1,124.712 91
2.634 246 75
276 032 08
658.863 31
Loans in Process.
Advance Payments bv
Borrowers For Taxes, Insurance. Etc
Deferred Income. .
Other Liabilities.....
Reserves and Surplus
1163.8
7.000.000 00
796.273 17
1.444.696 80
506 891 16
119.883 J6
10,652.265 32

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Branch 1050 and Branch 1059 both
fen ling an honorary delesate to
nference since they have
ea C h increased membership by
ver 10 new men sinci
September. Branch 1059 has .. -
.reased it? membership so -
10 be eligible for a third reaUar
gate
Branch 2S. Miami Beach. Branch
1064 Not Darte and Bra
Wi n's C ub and Bran.h 61* W<
men's Club will elect representa-
- in July.
- lrcle. Jew.-': A:-.
n Fraternal I pro-
vides fraternal benefits for mem
bers ii 1 idition to a cultural, edu-
I social activity pro-
. for all aces and interests.
The current 65th Jubilee year will
be celebrated in Houston. The
ston Branch 530 will cel<
:- 50th Anniversary on Sui
- ptember 5.
.el arrangement an
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There was anti-Semitism in
France during those days." he
"Few Jews managed to be-
. high officer- in the French
army and there was much Jeal-
ousy in the army. After Alfred
Dreyfus was condemned, many
people with similar names
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Plight of Jews in Russia
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opmcnt. >ai !..,s been attacked recently lor his
. regarding the treatmeitl ol
Soviet Jewry, "would be a historic
. ,i\ for our people "
Dr. Goldmann expressed hi- con
viction ih.it the anti-Jewish ait
in (he Soviet
with
criminations in the soviet Union
are m I a result Ol Communist
a, inn .1 specific Knssu.n phe-
nomenon, Hue to centuries-old tra-
ns among main sections ol the
population on the positive aide.
he added, are the prominent role
which Soviet .lews plaj in arts and
scienae ami the equality of rights
they enjoy in many fields.
'Another positive factor which
we welcome," he stated, "is that
Russia's Jews are officially rec-
ogniied as a national minority,
and carry this recognition in-
scribed in their passports. Rus-
sian Jews are net physically en-
dangered through annihilation
or persecution but as the result
c* enforced ass:mi!ation, which
is ?" precise policy of the
USSR."
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Israel, and a^ain taking Its
position within the Jewish world as
,. of its main, creative commun-
in1' .1,
Dr GoMmann also appeadel to
the leaders ol the Aral' -'ate- "to
heed the ad\ue of President Habib
utba ol Tunisia i and *'
up their attempts to annihilate Is
and. above all. not to tr> to
ge the Aral> Israel conflict
he said,
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"Within the past yaar
"the Arab leadership has bn
attempting to enlarge the con-
flict with Israel into a mere gen-
eral struggle with the Jewish
people throughout the world."
He warned that, if the quarrel
with Israel were to be extended
into a genera! Arab-Jewish con-
flict, "this would be a tragic de-
velopment."
Touching on relations betws* n
I pe r and Germany.
be referred lo the German Par
liament's I
ition to Jewish victims
I \ .' ho r
from East Europeai
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which determine Germon-Jewish
relations no,., the histen.
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will require time, as onlj tin*
solve the eat Py< '' nd
questions involved the e
istenee ol Germans now cannot be
. i bj he Jewish ;
neither can w* rtur,n :
the Nazi period be forgotH n G r
must esipress bj its
:. teniions to .'radical.' all re-
mains ol Nazi lendaneJes and all
attemf to revive \a/i HeOlOg)
on the o'.her h.md. the Jewish peo
should appreciate bat Ger
man> has cried to do in the spheres
ot indemnification and restitution.
an I not make even Germai
younger geaeratien reapons
chat their father- had done
On the subject of relations be
tween Christians and Jows, the
World Jewish Congress leader
first deplored she death of Pope
John XXIII, whose passing he
called "a loss to the Jewish peo-
ple." Then, referring to the forth-
coming session of the Ecumenic-
al Council, he warnod that,
should the Council fail to vote
satisfactorily on the last sessions'
approval of the declaration on
Jews, "we shoe Id not only de-
plore such failure." Such a de-
v^looinent he said will bung
at:ut deterlorj'-on between the
Catholic Church and the Jewish
people."
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5,000 Celebrate Independence Day At
New YMHA With Programs for All Ages

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''Mot* than .vimo people cetc
>ra(ed the Fcnrth <>f .July weekend
it the new YMHA in .1 variety ol
>n>grms for .il! .<:: levels from
hree years old to x'nw citizens."
tated Paul Fa-ke president "!' the
r"M and YVHA t <.r. ter Miami
"IllBtoatpmirin!.' of the lommun
ty htm is an example of under
landing and acceptar of the
ecreation, jjrnnp work and Ids-
ire-time program 1 ffered the .).
sh oamihunit;. h> the Y.M ami
VWrfA Of Greater Mian i nmtin
ied Ffefte.
Thefcatm*: \ evening festivities
>egan with a l'"il and Patio Sonar.
anceunde. the -pon-i.r-lup >! the
V Women'~ \u\iliarj afore thai
>0 adult- p.u-ieipated l!l the
square dance and part) around thr
pool, tBe lai-e-t in the State ol
oiidr.
^Chairman "t the e\ent .>- Mr-
11 Rjrven. .. 1 -he \ 1- assisted h\
*rs. Jack !' \l! 1;
With, Mrs lr\u I Vlman, Mrs
sen Harriv M
VIrs. Myron \lnk-, Mr* r.ert Saul
Hrs. AJ Winuk Supervising was
lias Miriam ScheinLi
>f adWV gctiMtie-
On Sunda> mornm. at 8 30 a m
he Senior Hmh Son Ball \j 1
eld three game.- in uhuh the I
wing team- participated Kappa
>elta Pi, Alpha I'hi I'i Su:ma Phi
'hi Kappa Smma and Alpha Rho
'elta. At* a m the rrcreatiotl ta
ilitie*. were opened under the su
erviaion of 'lord on Hagej and
ruce Roger- ineludini! nix teni 1-
*irt*. PtaJdle hall eontr-l- wen-
eld all da> lone for men. hand
all competitions for men and
oys, t little ,,r\<\ female volre\ hail
ante, atlti pn 1 imi for children
The *wlsmi"-: i*miI under the
ipetvlskm o| Dan (.'av.inaueh
as opened to "he entire membei
p, nd at om >iniinin ie
More than 2,000 persons p<
patted In these events during the
-e of the daj. wfrtch culmin
ated with a Chuck Wagon Suppei
and movie at fi pin
Memlx rship Relations Commit
tie. under the chairmanship ol
Marshall Harris, was available to
discuss problems and suggestions
nt the membership, w hi oh will
then he put into effect as soon as
: asible


Young Israet Co'.legiates
To Hear Rabbi Horov'rti
"The Three A e. p. Si rii11
cance Todaj ili he the theme ol
the next meeting of Young [sra '
- Saturday, it p m at
Washington Federal, 1133 Merman
Dr. I Morris I Hbroi iti a
foundi il he ... oap. >ll be g
-1 eaker
1 e title refers to a period ol
over the destruetio
n Jerusalei 1 a n d is
highlighted b> the : is) 1
he ninth da) of ,\\
Refreshments will he served and
further inferr a inn ma) he ob
tamed from Mike Victor and Ed
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Special Events to Benefit
Crippled Children's Home
Proceeds pom two social affairs
planned i>\ the \nn.i MFtter Circle
are earmarked for the Harry-Anna
Crippled Children's Home in L'ma.
till... Fla
On "Tuesday, at 7 SO p m a card
part) "ill lie he'd at the Elks
Lodge, 720 West Ave
A hayride to Haulover Beach,
I'it 1. is stated for Saturday Jnt)
24, Bl 7 p m pickup and retui n at
Flks Cloh, 720 West Ave
K\ enlng w :l! include 11 ansporta
lion and ko-her hoi d igs In c\hai ne
> is \i \i in ,\ \\
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Elmer Munc Appointed to
Manufacturers Life Office
William C. Pichler, CH man
: of Manafai tu ers Life Inaur
Company m Miami, aim nine
ed the appointment of Elmer J
Munc to the Miami Branch Office
since entering the industry in
1948, Mime has been active in man)
Insurance organisations, and has
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Postal Clerks Send Delegates to Rally
Local 112, Mi imi I nited I edera
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send My Chod ck, president, and
Stanley Gold, executive vici presi
idem to represent the Local at a
Legislative Rail) to be held in
Washington, D July 19 thru 22
'ihe \iianu delegates iii cam
paign for overtime pa) h : postal
employees and a seven pel cent pay
hike I oeal \'.l represents all 1300
Postal Clerks m the Miami Are;.
Phil Doolej national \ii-e presi
dent of Miami, will represent all
1 ost.d Clerks in the Atlanta Re
({ion
Postal i let ;> delegates fron all
in [/nited states v ill \
[heir i i essman In an el
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ployees, and provide overtime tor
weekends and holidays for all em-
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most work at least .Vi to Bl hoUI'8
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Jan 1966 The Postal Clerks are
pushing for a T percent pa\ hike
retroactive to Jan 198

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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION 985 SW 6?tH Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kerehner.
ANHr EVeT S3 SW 1th W1
Conwrv-tlve. Bmsnuol Ku.h.Lw --.
BETH DAVID ?62* SW 3rd '^ Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landa,. Cantor
William W. Lipson.
pvidj a p i" Summei
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BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein
Fridaj 6 p.m. Batura*} "' Ml"-
eha 7 p m,
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
ETH KOOEShT UoTsw 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. RaBbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
ETH MOS~H~E CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Diecie Hwy. Conservative.
ifth TF'LAH. MS Euc'id
Ihodox Rabbi Joseph_E. Rackov.ky
,E>H TORAH. loJtrr-St. and]E 11th
Ave Conser. it.ve Rabbi Max Lip-
.chit. Cantor Ben-Zion Kir.chen-
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VNAI RAPHAEL. 140- NW '83rd S,
Con,e-vafve. RabB, Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack l.erner
Frida> 13 P "' Sermon: "Ho pood
lv Are Your Tents Jai ib- Ml
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of Mr ind M l"aul W.
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HOLLYWOOD TEVPLE 5 NAI 120'
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER!
HSt Homestead. Conservative Ca
St..
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8th
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
*fi*ConT.rv.t,v.. Rabb, Shmaryahu
T svirsxy. Cantor Lou,. Cohan.
IACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
JASVNAG0GUE .532 wa.h.n.t.a Ave.
Srthodox. Rabbi^Tibor H Stern.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1416 Euclid AvJ.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfie.d.
Cantor Abraham Seii.

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Washmaton Ave Orthodox.
Abraham Strassfeid
MIN V O N AI R E^ C*0 N G R EO1ATIO N
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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Phmeai Weber-
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I, i, avail**** at 27 Willi.ni^ St..^Nbw
York 5, N.Y. President o tho soci
5hen9old, and th. volum... ----- disfribu,ing th, volum.
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Rabbi
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Judging Charitably
A story is told of Rabbi Lev. >hev shalov
Isaac, of Berdiehev. when he was min
on his way to Selichot (the Peni
tential Sen-ices held daily before
the Jewish Now Year at the syna-
e. and the Shamos was goin^
along with him They were u i
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
,3'a*T12*j ing beneath the roof oi a house 11
hi le from the ram In this hous ,
,1 tavern where thiwes,
thugs and drunks m uld con
: iii-hili Irinking. would
discuss and decide on their
doings
|h, sh imos p. 'P 'd through the
windo and sa a I and ol
.o^aSfiatrDOxrvaunKaoa nothi
1 the table was I a\l km.:
lying
Rabbi." said the Shamos to
in Levi I-. a< see for yoursell how
those wick d lews are drinking
Irunk "
Far be it." said Rabbi I- '\
"Israel s a hol> pi
They must certainly be eatin
ce The Sh imos I
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Collmi Ave. Rev. Cantor Safli Nah
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Year with holiness and purity
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
F 19th st
Relj'm Rah!'. Joseph R. Narot
n1:
MV Past Nat'l. Commander
Guesl ol Town Halt forum
"Are the Germans Guilty?" will
be discussed by Daniel Neal Hell
er. 1 o c a I attorney, past national
commander. Jewish War Veteran-
chairman. Dade County Veterans
Commission, for The People
PLE JUDEA
Liberal Reform.
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320 PV'rmj Ave
R-iodi Morria Kip
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Bv RABBI E. HISENBERO
Temple Beth Sholom, Lake Worth
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the communit) in it- spiritual le representative)* to tt* van*
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Frequent viaita from headqual
Conservative Rauui Mif ADram- n,-eN and III educating the south
Will. Cnlor Edward Klem.
1^34 Washington Ave Chain) Rose,
moderator.
Heller attended the Nuremburg
Trials
Question period follows
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TEMPLE NER TAVID 80th St and
Tatum W.ite'way. Modern Tradi-
tional Rarioi Euaen* Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. B'eeh

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s m 1 I commumties can
the image of the rai>>i as
representative Jewish faith.
ItaShi- of lamer noigl -
communities can alw i-1
who need and seek spiritual j i I
ance Hut we cannot hide the man)
disappointments of the rabbis in
the small communities
Mosl rabbis are dedicated to the
calling of Judaism, promoting assistance with moral
oi Jewish faith, and teaching ol ;,,"'',N and friewlahlp
Judaism But often, the rabbi in We cannot expect an
the small communit) t i rabbinical students oi I
i- insufficient respect and teachen unleai the respi
given in- positi n In th.....rded then is Unproved "
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\t of Tamuz this Sunday
f SAMUEL J. FOX
117th day ***
[ith of Tamux (excur-
,.r on JuW II "*
jtt Day? (Sine* tha
k on ft* Sabbath, tha
[take p'aca ,hi* v#*r
y, July IW
jnah (Ta'anith 4:6>
(, five Iracic episodes
on this date through
'history During the
Revelation at Sinai
ilrts bearing thr ten
Ints were broken be-
fsjn of the Colden Calf
episode of the de-
"the Temple the daily
wd on that day The
through the wall of
tpostomiu burnt the
law <>n th.it day.
k- his time, or the Jew
, nashen in his time.
idol in tin- temple ""
, ii is also re'..it' d thai
IV Noah senl the dove
Irk and it could not find
11 it: so It
tarlan Schjfir
j i!\ |7, Harlan
I porse S hafir
h at Temp i
I
ays trumpel
... i leresl

a place to settle. So it is said that
of the people of Israel, during the
course of their bitter exile, who
could not find a place in the world
in which to settle down in peace.

Why it that portion of the Biota
which describes Mesas' pro
cedure in obtaining forgive-
ness from tha Almighty for
th. sin of tha Golden Calf road
on this fast day?
This particular fast day would
have special interest in this epi-
sode since it was on that day that
the two tablets of the Ten Com
mandment.v were broken becaust
of the sin of the Golden Calf. How
ever, this portion is real on all
the other fast days mentioned in
the Bible i except Yom Kippun.
The reason i^ thai ;i f;t-1 !;<> i-
ordalned u > day when the people
seek forfivi nesa and that this p<>r
tion. whuh tells how Moses sought
and achieved forgiveneu for his
people is indeed must appropriatt
for the reading of the day
it i- claimed thai dui \ne the Tal
mudii pei i" ; the portion of the
I orah di I hi rses was
ibl fast laj II a.i
dui ing tin l iaonu pi riod thai I
ion .i~ mbstituti
tamed the kej lo I -
Ihe rabbis wai ted the peopli
lo repi incidence thai
the) u ill be foi gi\ n
Why is th* fast day delayed until
Sundiy if the date occu-s on
tSe Sabbath?
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The nature of the day calls for
sadness over the destruction of
the temple. Its liturgical require-
ment calls for prayers of penance
and regret iSelichoth). The spirit
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public grief for the Sabbath is to
be regarded as a "delight" (Oneg).
Penitential prayers are not per
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supposed to feel confident and not
regretful on the Sabbath. Thus,
should one of the public fast days
fall on the Sabbath it is postponed
until Sunday: (the exception is
Yom Kippur whose original nature
was a festive oru i.
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Today's Though*:
Russians are Bent on
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Dereligionizing the Jews
THOSE RUSSIAN anti-Semites
Denv it though they wUl, the
Russians' seem to bo bent on de-
rcli lionizing the J*ws. Y ld d ',s. n
writers were hounded during the
Stalin regime.
And after Stalin went, we had
hoped that anti-Semitism would go
too. But it would seem that though
Krusohev would smile, there was
animosity beneath that smile
And then Kruschev went in that process of Wf*
lerious evWHMUCe which has given rise to the
ui.lp that in Russia the most popular reference vol-
ume is called "Who Was Who.
anti-Semitism Itoi" Obstacles and diffl-
the spirit of Judaism.
And now throughout our land is hJM*e *
of protest against Russia tor its persecution of Ju
I'm We have ral.io ^d demons^t.ons
I hes and visits to our official, and even
i'uted State, Senate passes a resolution condemn-
ing the Russians.
Some American Jews are a bit uneasy about
a|l ,his activity for a rather odd reason It is not
that they exculpate the Russians; they don t. indeed,
and
tho
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Controversy Over Anti-Poverty Fund:
Ezekiel 16:49 is offered in a church-
irTs guide for fighting the batth
000 poor peop
.:,! under.) And what is
written in Ezekiel is worth rep. aim,
- .,. the new Populist
taking foi m
Bell Id this v as the guilt ol your
Sodom she and her (laugh-
rs had pride, surfi il ol food,
and prosperous ease, bul did not aid Ihe poor and
needv "
The poor and needy in America, including those rep
resenting third generation folks on welfare lists, are
ing it out with City Hall in Cleveland, Philadelphia
Boston, and many other cities. They want to have more
say ai how the $8 000.000,000 in currently-appropriated anti-
poverty funds win be used. If by next year, some S3.000.-
000,000 will be available, tbej wanl to be consulted on
that distribution also.
Inspiring this demand is not only an understandable
pride on the part of those intended to benefit by the
government funds but also a .-eaivfi for a built-in po>
the lat ss as
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Buber: A Thinker
fcJARTIN BUBER was a great
'" Jewish thinker and philoso-
pher, lie W8C the editor of the firs'
Zionist publication when the move
ment was directed by Theodore
Herzl He was a man who can be
viewed from many angles It is
too early to predict what history
will ultimately account his most
important aspect, but certainly
one of the mosi interesting things about him was
the way he transcended and overcame the dividing
fences of faith. He made Jerusalem again speak to
the world as in the days of the prophets.
The word religion comes from the Latin religio
meaning "to tie together.'- but history shows that
it has more often separated and antagonized.
Buber was one who brought together. Maimon-
ides influenced some of the non-Jewish theologians,
as well as the Jewish. Rashi had an influence on
Luther's translation of the Bible into German, but
perhaps not since Bible days has a Jewish religious
thinker exerted so broad an influence on the non
Jewish world as Buber. Such theologians as Rein-
hold Niebuhr and Paul Tillitch have at least read
and praised him. When Buber came to America last.
h'- audience included man) ol other faiths and of
other colors,
The essence of Buber's thinking is a kind of
tying up of 1 and Thou." To him, life is a greal
and continuil ie of man and God and man
and man.
Todaj thi ord dialogue is heard on all Bides
It owes it- i mmencement to Buber li it is a fad,
" is a gooi : tetter to have a dial
than shoo: j
Buber wa randfather Sblomo
,; (bar, a scl ed for bis studies ..i rabbinic
Irashim. The Midrashim are verj close to the
lore in the Midrash, the rabbi and mag-
gid took the drier prosaic mat. rial and infused the
poetic imagination into it. Galicia, too where the
Bubers : ti strong* >ld ol Chassidim and
here toe was another element to appeal to the i
tinning mind Ol young Buber.
He had to go through the agonizing periods of
revolt, too. v.hen he was Bar Mitsvah, he showed
us defiance by delivering his speech on Shiller
scarcely a proper theme for men an occasion The
1 bassKbc digi evived him. He becami
quainted with those God-intoxicated men the Baal
Sliem lov. the L.ibl.ner Seer. Rabbi Klunelech men
who, seeking gi. had also come dose to the heart
of man.
ern
v
lection against allowing Citj Hall to u-<
., spanking new kind of pork bi
Much of the controversj i < er
.vcrtj pr gram center- in
man John V Lin "
y rk, we will all learn moi
paw r sti uggle
Watching the fight unroll, we will come easii
so much .: th i
I .., io years sprin lai from ur und<
trfients m the are. arty,
heavj thinker- in the i
have long since opted tor a concentration
on thi ssues
And v l the dimensions and shapes an e
sti ,i povertj in modern America? Michael liar
nngton. who has moved rapidly into the slot ol Xumber
i authority on poverty, estimates lha( having Ihe poor
with ii- is costing this affluent natioi ......' a year
He arrives al this staggering figure by toting up all thai
w< spend maintaining povertj on federal, state, and
local levels
Harrington, the eloquent champion of the "invisible
poor," ha- Ixen going about the country pleading for
the expansion of minimum wage coverage, hike.- in social
security, a wider unnv for medicare, and all out efforts
tn improve education for the poor.
Economist Leon II. Keyaerling has given us this
graphic breakdown of America's 34,000,000 poor. 52 per-
cent relied deficient education. 44 percent live in the
South. 40 percent reflect excessive unemployment. 29
percent reflect female family, head-; 2" percent reflect
aged family head-. 2."> percent are non-white, and 15 per-
ient live on farms ,
in applying the apthDovsrt) mane) to tin- deplor
able picture. Sargent Sbriver and hi- aides are putting
hundreds ol teen agers to work tin- summer, placing much
emphasis on remedial education and job trainin.
vanning -mall business loans, and astablisbing our domes-
tic Peace O
And certain alert congressmen are minding ihe store
:n Washington by trying to nuke it impassible henceforth
lor Alabama- Governor George C Wallace ur any other
regional satrap to veto localized anti-poverty programs
sel up with federal funds but unpalatable to state polit
IcaJ bosses because local political favorites have been
bypassed,
the Russian bias against (be Jews extends vest
|ntern8tional arena, with Uie Soviets siding i
the Arab- on important iMtfM
The uneasiness derives from what might
Cited a paradox lM The paradox is that BV
I participant in efforts to permit Ihe Russian i
to palionue his religious activities does not run.
bother to participate m religious activitra in
Gauntry The complaint is that Russian .-yoago*
aic empty Ala-, mans American synagogue*
vutuallv empty, ajwodnned often by the very pee
who built them, paid for them and administer u*-.r
affairs The cry Is that Rwsfian children ckm t
, eh-nce to learn about their faith Alas, m- .
American Jewish children care little about then
faith through choice rather Hun through duns*
Perhaps, however, the momentum of gain.
which the lack of opportunities tor Jewish trai:
in Russia i- denied Will "lake the dccricrs de
to take advantage of the owortunittes open to
Jews m this country
There are different ways <>f undermining a -
lie one wa) i- to stigmatise Ihe worship]
, H-a} is to abstain from worsl
trove of Judaism in R .
, Pi rhaps while we lanv
njjcr ben nti d we ) be
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Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLA
Ambassador Ivaty
T
HE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT i
in this
b.i--aiiiu There
ham Herman >'"
ington 'lluir is
country l>> thi
ail..;
Israel < iivov i
Ambassador
((may. Uraei- permanent rep
live at the United Nntiana And l
\mrrsmjrtltr kalricl hat/. Israel Q
, -ul Geojeral in -New York, who is nctt
it ly Israel > envoy to New York Jew ;
largest Jewish community in the world Leader- .,
Jewish groups in Nee York will mam Ambassador r\*ti ,|
who will Im- leaving the Unsted Stales tlus juonth
come Israel's Ambassadsjr in Moscow
During his term of Bjarviee in New York, he h
greal adnuratUO. In hi* quiet but very pieasair *av.
bi VHMEked tirelessly to >trengthen tit. link of trie
rusting between the various group- ui New York -i<
and Israel HQs prasenee wm fel: at even iaap -
Jewish gathering and his public appearance- aaatii
Ihemselves i>; umpiicit) ta.t -inl alartnm His
ha.- attracted to him not only Jewish leaders
ed m heipin Israel but also Jeuuh literary nei
main u.ti:. -^- are i ultural
Hi- new po-t m Moecew is not the lirt d.p.
he has held in a t cuuntr> He
reel' Clw i Ufaires m Budgpeel for three >
was later Israel's Unbassador to Pound A i
ation be i as i member ol a Dbbuti
years prior Io estaMiahsMBM of Israel ite jom^l
.iiin-i;> (or Foreiga Kltgm in i;hji and has ripce
n various jsiti>n ,.f Secre
Ihe GeuetasBenl ai Lscael whU-bhchvid lor three y
Oft the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Rise Seen in U.S. Literary Creativity
fJESPiTE the reports ol pesti
mistic social scienUsts, we set
a definite rise in Aroerkai
ish literal-} creativitj
i here are those \\h<> claim thai
thi ai i iltui it ion ol Jews within r
scene makes anj I
distinctive creative Jewish I
" uli : reali2i -
can climate n
lerature thai
I
;,. t futun
Recenl rs have n .
.hcation of Jewish
..- it Has son
lie Jewish
.1 acl .
innual will show thai Ihe n
,n,
i irvej of American ie
d in the J- wish Hook \
ven the character ojkI hnttoo
ithin which American J-
r i have not don,- .11 eithei
i i- not the pJat
I'. .bat atoei Ji
! In literal
A, io bo

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This new interest
maj be attributed Io sev
'h Ol local Jwish ,-. .,'
-actiMtv durui" ,u '
- h BOQk Month
Book Monti, throughout the
' facti is
countrj .,
i
i recent annui
...IIICll Ol ,
are is koo the progress m &e
Jewish Un>k- ha- hjen al
round wrote: am '"
- .1
i have hettd H
the imag< i I the peo|
lion 'lor,
m fact is sort that
N- rai ateri th
Ii w
pro*
it paid
the peopli
there :- DO
Wi still rend ixmk- and
bujeks Jewish litersrj i:
nagnj
m quest tor i'
decedas of the iwi
virtually dominate ''
(n*aVi nnas ma nnuina)
U 'Sc,


July IS. 1965
JmistifkrkMbf)
Paqe 15-A
LIU: A
Second Look
By MAX LERNER

.,f Hie thingi thai happrtw < ywi in Etiropr H I found in
hrr<- weeka th;it you can't escape conversations on Amen-
1 policies, a"ou '" **** ^'",l"1
'.ur 0H poattiooa. Merc arc som* of the results of my ncond
, vrl o( the basic themes of the Johnson policies
>i intervention: In Kurope the Viet Nam action is regarded
the Dominican action u an intervention The first will have
reach ng reeulta, for good or ill: The second will hohhle our
nil narrow our Optima m Latin America in the years tmmed
ead The European! argua that President Johnson might have
hit longer and called draajiiWwHy on the OAS batort taking
msell As l see it now, they are prohably rlgM Several observ
vikom I talked were impressed hy Theodore I>rapers piece
.a Leader, with it* vigorom caeca nag of Joan Bosch What
iptpeang la nol Intervcn ion as su-.h. bwl intervention against
-t rebellion The) are leaf interested in being logical than
l
:-, America and the OAS ai watchdea*: If the I > \S formula
ii- the Dominican aituatloa wen- to work, it could be i
.llertive security in Latin America Something would
from the whole mean business The difficult) is
?AS is i it* !' ''- ed d nto D "
its options in future Larin-American crisea have
itter what happens In Email Bolivia, Colun
\e will be n
i rdian will find Mntaeti hemmed in, the watchdog

:-> Viet Nam and containment: The tful people with
\ w I d to
.in u.,- aim< I at the I
on and S I ; -'
,11 \ .'ill comi hi li> of i
" This i- ..M impossible d w
ntainmenl Tin more valid position is th.it Chinese
\ ,i ,ii TMt i withdraw trom
ill push toward the control of the whole area Ann
.., ol ia and the Weatern camp by confront
ih co nieepow er,
Do Americans have the temina? The real European fears I
the political realiata were the the i--ar that the South
-, would lose heart, thus transforming it into an American
the ;. that Wnertcaiu do not have the inner stamina to
tna jungle I w i) These fe iri have a basis
v Tse-Tung and Ho l hi Minn have displayed long pa
. \ how to wait and Um I nda appa
. their |h pie for a I ing si In Vmerica. with
,.,. ei r\ move ol the \
:. | *erio islj I itened What
... ,. :I1 Viet Nam is loss the military than the
.1!
: < me diracthm ot Europe: \n i r
ii its poucj and
It II : pit
sures '
i I an opuu> i
iropi
h will v. for him I ut lb l folio* ;
,i. (. | rope u i whole The beat line for An
wj
mara
pool I '' '' ls,ons

On East-Weal unity in Eurooe
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imagination is being used: I
1" -
ted speech at ii' u d I'm
ion -' this was an
\ i : n polii v It is the mce ol the use oi
ip |n dealing with .> complex pr Mem and in m k
.ul i- iltuation instead ol patching It up it is some
Ann-mans to take pride in I wh* KklM Of the I'resulcnt 's
m rei ions anungh bo recognJaa amat i- right la his policies,
la wrong.
Student Council
Elects Beachite
Melvin Lerner, of 17101 NE Mh
Ave. No Miami Beach has been
aiw ad aecretary-troasuror of the
student Council at Yeshiva College
Yesluva University's undergradu-
ate college of Hboral arts and aci
ences for men. He is the SOD of Mr
and Mrs Harry Lerner.
A 19 year-old pre-med major who
will enter lus junior year In Sep
tember. Lerner previously served
as assistant to the secretarv -treas-
urer of the student Council. He
plans on a career as a dentist
Yeahiva College, th. undergradu-
ate college of literal arts and sci
ences for men which was estab-
lished in 1928. offers programs
leading to fche Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor ol Science degreaa.
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nsti ii architectural
I student .it Hi* Unl-
,,. hei sister
ttt. .. Miami art teacher, are
ilfway mark of ''i'
\ ii in al road .
the nl In i odon,
.. ii mutual I i
1st an hiti cture and art
i :,. i nhagi n, Brus
ki n I- rankfurt,
i, | cerne .1 Barn
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ountnes on their tut
; nee. Spain nd P
[ in .1 l lition to lh<
k ities like Milan, Venii .
1 noa, Sar linia, Monaco,
- ville, Granada, Ma
it' and il n, Fayi
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itl)ing distrUla and vil
, Thej 'v ueo ilatad a
1 in the Ca 1 in Tan
fr M rocco Returning to
co ntrj metime an und the
Iddli ol Aufi they'll staj at
v.. di rl tttoria f.>r 3 week
do tome till seeing in New
rk (ity, for comparison, no

kins. Meyer A.. Klor
n 14-year-oM -wi Marc and
lughter Kathy, a senior at the
uverMt) of Pennsylvania, on 1
w. ek trek thn>u>jh Europe and
1 A tour of the Scandi-
1 countries will be followed
.1 flight to Istanbul Turkej
1.1 it t ur of the
fcc'n 1 In turn to
1 1957 thi Baskin ei 1
ties 1
|i t that time In add;
In 1 la. 5
Ei Ian to
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isferhood Fetes
ibbi's Wife
0 officers and board mem
th David Sisterhood wel
d their new Rebitzen, lira So)
Hi || a brunch held in the
|ne of Mrs Seymour Kaplan, 5001
tilth 1*1 on July 7
\r- (.eorye I_iskin chairman
d committee memli t> added
boratiom to the house and the
in a blue and white de.i :"
listerbood PresWenl Mrs Irv-
Wi i- r and the guest ol honoi
ided th.- receii in : line,
di Spain and Portugal, and then
:i Jet from Lisbon back to the
U.S
I asl fficial act for Floret) a
t -fore leaving the country, was
.1 "Talk Technion" orie 1
it n meeting and luncheon I
at her hi me Among th e
m u offlcen and board memb
chai 1 member, Mrs.
Hy Friedman who had Just re
turned Irom Israel while
there she discovered, much I
hi I' light, Chat two relatives
I lost track of were both
profi at 'lee uii m Ir N ,
t..n Bur .-. i i tor of 1 I >r de
1- wife N ttie B 1
ras mil I I Mrs David
1 Kate Kleii I n 1 (ht .1 < 0
her new children's bock. Acorns
.. e f *' Squirrels hich has l en
published In Tel Aviv.
Mar hall .1 Simmons and wife
Rosalind who have traveled ez
tensivel) in Europe have take:
13 > ear-old daughter Kathy with
them this time for her first l">k
at England, France, Zurich and
Switzerland .
After three week.- in New York
with their three offspring, the
Mandlers, Klten and Barnard,
leaving next week, a deux, foi
Mexico And returning from
there, about the same time, Sam-
uel Smith and wife Susan.

v completely bewildered Susan
Rubin ai swered her doo
to have
..'i |s ti nto l">' house
1 arin : i>! ittei 1 of I
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, FriJuy. July 16, 1965
Section B
Boated (left to right) are Mis.
[Irving Weinei. Beth David Sis-
t cd president Mrs. Sol
-anduu. wile ol '.he conore-
jation's new Lpiritual le-ider.
mdng (left to riqht) aie
Irs. Georqe LasV.m and Mrs.
'mour
took.....11
ned t 1
the e\ nl happily ui I
able

A 1963 m. "i laude gradu-
1 Harvai i. 1 eslie Ja> Groa
winner of an honorarj Harvard
Scholarship plans ;o enter it-
Law School In September Son
ui Mr and Mrs. Bernard Gross
6380 SW *2nd Ter w-chi the Miami
Herald Silver Knight n r general
scholarship in 1961 and in that
same year was ;i National Merit
winner He is a former presi-
dent of llillel A/.A

A wedding in far off Englan
taking Celia 1 Mrs Samuel 1
Herschfeld to Leeds Jetting
across tfie Atlantic Aug 5, it will
I reunion time for Celia who ha
two brothers 1 sister and their
(amities living in Great Brit 11
S01 in in I estner, son of her
r. is the prospective bride-
"in' 'ii

v.. v 1 11 km in Ne
r Judge Jason Berk
" an i his B rbara .
Oth Miami
it- time in the n< rthern oart of
the country, Rep Louis Wolfson
1 u ife Lynn in Sew York foi ..
combination ol bu Iness .m>\ pleas
ure
\ :. nth I ng i' ition In Ha-
. ,i in will
erve as a reunion a l*h he
son. I snee C01 poral Harry V.
1 h sman, United : ates xi
Station! d for the i>:>-t
at Subic Bay, Philll-
; 1 -! mds, he w 1 re tl:
t, ,,... mp Smith, 111
wail, a- an aci ountanl Keep
me :i ea burning during
hei 11 -ence will be husband Bern
Continued on Page 10-B
Mrs. Philip Bloom Named
State Legislation Chairman
PHIUP I100M
- Philip Bl >om has been rained
station Chairman for
;';<> 1. la bj Mrs Joseph Willen, na
... pr -stdent, N.. ional O uncil of
Ji w '-h Women.
Mrs Bloom, vice president of
lie affairs in the Sh ri s Di
visi m, Great r Miami Section
MCJW, recentlj returned from a
\...: to Tal ihassee where she '-h
ii ved the state Legislature during
v re-apportionment session and
... 1 m.iw with several gov-
ernment agencies
As "art of her new Job, Mrs
Bloom will coordinate the Informa-
tion and activities of the Florida
State government for the seven
Council sections in the state.
\ .in an organii ;tn de^ '
to a pi n of eiliu ation, -
\ ii and soi ial action. h- oba
levels "f governmnit, an I
e slativi ims
Elaine Bloom is a graduate of
ir l College in New York City
1 hei she ma ? ''! in government
The Bio ma 1 1 0 v e d hi re three
years [o from Riverdale, N Y Her
husband, torn tI> ..u Assistant At-
tornej i'< meral of New York state,
now practices law in Miami They
live at :043.i NE 20th O with their
young daughter ami son.
Mrs Bloom also serves as vice
president of education for the
Young Women's Division ot the
Combined Jewish A,.peal
briefer* in
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of eolnr
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We
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Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When there is an old Shirley Temple movie on televi-
sion, Lois Greene has a feeling ot nostalgia beenuaa thai
was the way *e used to wear her hair when she was an
adorable five-year-old model for newspaper advertising in
Boston. Mass.. where she was born and brought up. The
highlight wus when she won a Shirley Temple contest Lois"
curia were real; they didn't have to be put up on curler*
She loved to play with dolls and paper dolls Her playmates
grew accustomed to hearing her little voice saying. "Let's
pretend "
Lol> went to Smith and then
graduated frcm Byrn Mawr. ma-
joring in English. During her col-
days, she wai active in dra-
matics and journalism. Her moth
er moved to Miami after Lots
lather died durum her last years in
e Lois mel her future hus-
band, Harold Greene, whin she
came to Miami fur a Summer
don before she 311 out fot the big
city. New York, to carve out a
career for herself She worked I r
a bcok advertising agencj Harold
went to New York, too. Later, they
returned to Miami to be married,
then back to New York to live
Bu: the) didn't stay there lony.
After six months, they returned here to live since both
of their families made Miami their home Lois, an inbred
Yankee, never expected to live in the Southbut here she
is. adapting herself to Southern ways as u she had lived
here all of her life, and slowly but surely that Boston ac
cent is fading
Lois m rked in advertising for three years until the birth
ol their in-; child. Stephan. Then she did some free lance
advertising, but along cam.- Bobbj and Jonathan.
hasn't felt one pan of remorse at leaving the business world
since her days are too full. One Ol her hobbies is plavin
the piano She was quite an accomplished musician, wh gc
teachers wanted her to continue with music as a maj
but her mother, who hersell was a fine pianist told her to
play lor herselt and not as a professional. Eventually, Un.
hopes to study again, but now she pla\s purely for the
pleasure of herself and her family.
Every once in a while. Lois take- time out from her
busy household to enroll m a course or two The last was
literature, and this year, she thinks that it will he either
Art or Harmony at Dade Junior College Cookmg is not a
fetish with her. but reading is. The Greenes are charter
members of Temple Sinai, and this Near Lois wi\\ work
in programming with the Sisterhood She is also a member
of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Society.
Harold 1- a recently-elected Metro Commiseiooer The
w"' "'""'" '"? "V!'" i"X campaign :i, ,, ,.,, ^
P Utlca.,l} .""<""'!. but Harolds keen insight into noli
'" Metro and the national political pi.
tare.Lasl year she was ,
roi Shores Divisioi Nation .,. .,,,,
'"'I "" yeai she's ohairman ol legislation
mer^The", ini'"" '""' "'''"ld make '""," a household of
wlih, '" '"'' tMl a?)roa<*ing the age when
will be fun to go on trip, and do things together Tin- year
hey u,ll -art with going to concerts it,,', now Se
According to Lois, there are only two -must- a fi.mj...
room and a play room for the boys, where theyell
whoop it up to their hearts content And Lo- w ,h h r
sweet smile, will be content, too h h'r

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Miamlan Garners
Coveted Awards
Mkhele Levin. Miami's young
e n p -< r-pianist, has learned that
-h- 1- lOp winner in the National
Federation of Music. Class 1. com-
m for an original composi-
tion.
in adition to a cash prize, Mi
r.hele will hear her trio for violin,
piano aral olio performed thi -
summer at the Federation's na-
tional convention in Memphis.
Tenn
Youngst student ever to re
(rtve a double denree in piano and
coup>sit'on (ran Cnrtni institute
when -he graduated in 1U63. Mi
cheie became the only woman to
receive a masters degree at the
Philadelphia School in June. Cur
til studen.s are accepted on
scholarship basis only.
The gifted pianist a ISO won the
International .1 0 h a n n Sebastian
Btch competition tor piano id
Washington, 1) C. this year. Cora-
noting with 30 puni-ts from 14
countries, she carried tt a ca-h
first prise ami a chance to appear
in a recital at Georgetown I m-
VI -:l: At the end ot a tu.. hi ill
concert speansng five centuries
ol mtktic. -he \\ as accorded a stnaV
i from tin- audience
Daughter "i rjr, and Mrs Her
bert l | Sw 63rd ct and
nil i e ol Mr and Mrs. Herman
Rubin ii Miami Beach, Mm he i
v as presented at the Km.- Baj
Del itante Hall in December
Friday, July 16. 1953
Di Lehrman tc Preach
"Moahe Sharett In llnmoriaajt]
will Ik- the theme of Di IrvfcJ
Lehrman'i sermon at the regulan
Temple Knianu Kl Sabbath ServifJ
beginning at a.m on Saturdai
morning
MtCNEtf tEVm
Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman. past
idem oi the National Wo-
men's League has been
named by the United Svnc
goque of America to the pre-
all-male Synagoque
Council cf America.
Sour Cream
and
berries?
Summer meals taste
brighter ;
with __<+>
iced
Tetley Tea!
1-6551
(maVij; nnas ma nitxtni)
Male iced tea /*-
uantl) :th i
Ictlty Tea
nd bracing a- ihe
' nesi tea should he'
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OFFICIAL TC*
N* *0RL0 SF.lt
k.!> "* 9KH* means Kosh" Cartil
Kosher ana Pr S Raw,, J#coto cL/hl.
voi'NG 'SWtL 991 iNe inn a
"Simmered
tutto-di-giorno
ta'am!"
Chef BojAr-Oee uses 1 miiturt of
Engii^ti. kalian tad JewiUi to tell
you that r, (wand rew sauce hjj
'Simmered ti\ Ui flavw!"
CHEF BOY AR 0EE
MEATLESS
SPAGHEni SAUCE
So rich m fivof. you'd thirrtt you'd
cooked it in di; Wio elie but Chef
Boy-Ar-Oee could create so Much
fciimuche ta'am in 1 meatless
sauce -home grown tomatoes.
0010ns and spices, enriched w.th
the ltaban touch ol pure olive oil
Dflioous with spaghetti, omelets
meat loaf.
BRAND
NEW!
in
ecloseabli
jars-
'6 M. Mg
29 ot
Young Israel
Elects Saperstein
Nathan Saperstein, Se York iit
torney, was elected president ol
Ihe National < 'outK il ol Young Is
rael ;it the 1 rganization's 53rd an
mial convei the Pine View
tel Fallsburg, N Y lasl Sundaj
\|ni-,- th.-m v '- rcpre
senring 50,000 V'oung Israelites in
[OS -% iters from the
l/nitecl SI il nd Mexico
Ltartk 11 ated in th- three-da)
mention
Dr Zeracti Wai I Winbter oi
ReHgioaw Ihe -' te "( Israel,
delivered lAe keynoti
Ihf i .mi\ fiitioii
Sarx rstein, an active participant
in numero in munity endeavors,
succeeds Rabbi l>^\i rteaded ;Ih> organaa4jon u>\ the
post ;i' ir j ears
Judge Edward Klein Speaks
for Beach Democratic Club
Wall} Chock executive life presi
dent. Democratic Club "t Miami
Beach, annauneai that Hat next
niaeting ol the 1 enb is tctaedub
for WedneMtay, 8:30 p.m., in thi
Sea tola Hotel
GUTSl >l<-:ik,-:- \' ill be Ji
uarrl F Klein Hfa topic
Legislatit e I hw 1
Affect Criminal I
gathered for you
Miriam Field
$ commend the pubtk-ipirited
in whii h Brooklyn department
Abraham & Strata eelebrmtn n
/( III .! ll 1 I 'I'' I ''' *""l>h'
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not II' rbert I
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r hiitirti /oo m Central Pi
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Paqe 3 I

Mrs, Katzen Chairs
Publicity Group
Mi II u ard Katzen, nev Ij m-
pointed publii it) chairmai
Suburban League which supports
two Cancer patients at Variety
Children's Hospital reports thai riie
next affair is an Ice Cream Party
tor patients <>n Julj 31 In the nw
auditorium.
The f argue, wim-ii meets the 3rd
Wednesday of cacti month, is o\>*n\
[> residents of the South Da President is Mrs. Alan Hertz;
vice pn lidents, Mrs Morris Levitt
' arwl I.ynn BerkowitZ; memlxrship
chairman, Mrs Sheils Mierach
r.our Silverman, Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
runcheon meetinq hostess to Circle Chairmen
itive committee membeis oi Sisterhood. Seated are
Bennett Lee. James Knopke. Li onieh, Irvinq
Levil Jack Shapiro, Louis Snetman Joseph SI
n Redei, Ethel Shapiro. Max Diener. Standing
Mesdames M*yer Don, Alexander Libow. Myei
Friedman, Benjamin Mandell, Martin Lundy, Hairy W. Green-
berg, Seymour Silverman. Samuel Stein, Philip Postelnek,
Sanford Levine. Marvin Cooper, Philip Schlissel. Sisterhood
project for August is a theatre party at the Coconut Giove tor
Enter Lanqh.ng" with Menasha Skulnik. Mrs. Harold Granolf
inot in picture is chairman ot the atii.
Congress Plans New Tour
To Israel for fall Months
\:n'i h an Jew ish I >>riu-1 esi -
Eering a spei lal rti tour to Isi
and Spain during October N vi
ber December, Ji nuarj Febi
\|. nh
Members ot the tour con i ittee
foi en's Di\ im i
east Re ion VJ< M
|i i ing Pi .1; tic h. pti
\h
Mrs [si
and Mrs Lnne llrii
" i
leach Student
'ins 'Outstanding
ienator' Award
Jr. Congregation Marks Bar Mitzvah
\i <. -1 Outstanding Senator of
. I led States" ia titie won by
baniel SherMII in the National Stu-
Degress held in Oman*.
pbr earlier this month
Sot Mr ami Mrs Joseph Sher
bill, he competed with top dele
|ates from 38 states, winning first
lace m the nation in student par
lamentary debate.
The silver traphy will remain
in hit posttssien rhrowfh tb turn-
Mr and then be nt foe permt-
int keeping to Miami Beach
*ierfi SehoeJ. wh*r* he praduated
this r-onth
SherbiH won his right to compete
>r (:m place bj winning the ciotd
edal fur OutstandiBg Senator and
speaker in Um State ot I'loruia
i ItatC congrevs of the Na-
lonaj Forensic League in October.
1864
Tv wreks later, he was winner
the Gold Medal for Outstanding
enator and Beat Speaker in the
|tate Ol Florida at the state MM
ress of the National Forensic
eague.
lie piasji to enter Boston Univer
It) in the fail, majoring in taw
(nil lioiitical science.
The rear itav> marks the Bar
Mil/ .aaee al I
ii.nl.i Jewish Center Junior Congre-
on
At < l"~. n exercises ol 'lie Hi
brew anil BttadsjJ SattOOls "ti May
23 Rabin David Rtcnlek1 present-
r to outstanding students.
Scot t DajMffjr, son of Mr. and
Ufa Bernard Demaky took highest
honors in the school, having m.nn-
iain.il a straight A aveaage iWinng
the past two years
In the third wadr of the Hebrew
School. Scott is also an honor -in-
dent at the public school he at-
tends and won the school ipoMIng
championship
M. the Junior Congt
tiun are Iiai id Mi lfcbe rsbbi h i
Gordon i sntor; Seetl I ii nsl j 1
. i Roj I ii i ibbi;
- \ strull, gabbi; Joel Lelonek,
chairman of the Ritual committee;
Lois Rosen, secretary.. Dickie Le*
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Kenneth Secall. tntsters; Michael
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Friday. July 15, \%\
Page 4-B

TEACHER GOT THE MEASLES
Marianne YOungerm.l1 has just recovered
from fee measles she caught from the youngsU -
she tea-hes in firsl grade. Her mother.^ ;
(Bin Alex) Youngerman, has just competed
the portraits she has painted of the Speetor fam-
ily The Youngerman'a >Uier daughter. Judj
Glndy, and her husband, Benjamin, and children.
Debcrah and Daniel, have set forth in a camper
for a months trip. On the way home, they will
stop off in upper New York State to visit a cous-
in. Nathan Amabel, whose latest book is the
Jewish Encyclopedia.
* *
IS THIS A PICNIC?
Esther Lowenthal packed a picnic basket,
collected Dr. Susanne Schulze. who was in town
to set up the Department of Social Work at Barry
College, and drove over to pick up Claire fclUl
Arthur) Roskhan on their way to Fairchild Gar-
dens Claire persuaded then to stay and unpack
the lunch in her patio. What's a roof or two at
a picnic? The foods the thing.
CHINA
:>
No. it wasn't a trip to China for Sylvia and
George Goldberg, but it was their china Anni-
versary, which is the 20th, They had a dinner
dance at Westview Country Club with all of the
trimmings, including daughter Bonnie and her
husband. Wallace Moses, from Alabama. They
brought the most precious gift of all. the Gold-
grandchildren, Howard and Alisa
Ahsa had her first birthday while she was
here she's the spitting image of Grandma
Sylvia in the club dining room, the color scheme
was in white and yellow, with big gold -
table The party was .. warm and friendly
one jus) like Sylvia. 1 nil gave excerpts
her mother's rting, "To-
I
Guests f the 1
there were tears in many eyes tears o. ha,
pTness. Among gueata were Mr. and Mrs Km 1
RJm Mr and Mrs. Samuel Upton. Mr. and
S'rfton .Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. AtaMjIJ
| and Mrs Cart We.nkle. Mr. and Mrs ...1
S Jskind. Mr and Mrs Max BetaM I ;
Fritzi Subin, Mr and Mrs. A. L. GldBW.,m
and Mrs. Murray DU-xJer. Mr. and Mrs Arnold
So,,lcr. and Mr and Mrs. Robert Goldberg.
DOWN UNDER ..
Vina Brenner Meyers is seeing the worli
She and Ben are having a Hue time dashing
about the continent. Her writing is Jus1 like criic-
ken scratches. It is jUSl as well she lost the (U
Of friends- addresses to whom she was gang
to send cards because by the time the card IS
deciphered the) will bo home. My card Mid
"Greetings from Australia" and showed .. picture
,,i a building with a kangaroo on top. iThat s how
I know she is in Australia 1 couldn't read the
other Mile. I
SAND WHAT KIND?
Roz i Mrs. Howard i Hirsch made up packets
of sand foi one of the Alpha Epsil n Phi lui
eons al the recent national convention here Sni
lives on SW 121st Si but she wouldn't use Miami
sand she had to go to Miami Beach 1" gel ii
JusI as she got to the Fifth Streel Beach with
her buckets, the skj darkened, and the winds
began i blow Luckily, along came her son,
Mark, who couldn't believe he was reallj seeing
the surfing Beach He an I I
op up the sand along re:t<
b,ni. tops and chewing gum before the
Then when thej
to strain the -

Frances Lthi lan
Attending groundbreaking ceremonies oi the Max ar. P*
Cohen School Building of the Young Israel oi Greater I
are (left to tight' Cantor Moses Weiss. Rabbi Sherwin S' :.>:
Max and Rose Cohen and Emanuel Uncini. At the cer~
but not in the picture. Mrs. Emanuel Ungai Ray. San
Randy Gruen.
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Academy Sc.'ecfs Award Recipients
i
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Bier h im rs L* si
exercises on June 9 inck i
Alumni-Mid.it Tovot award to Di
ane Saltz; Max Silverberg Sports
nianship Award to Lawrence Ku-
czynski; Rebecca and Louis Mer-
vitzer Science Award to Melvin
Farber; Hebrew Academy Women
Math Award to Barry Moss; He-
brew Academy Social Studies
Award to David Shapiro; Rose and
Harry Genet Hebrew Studies
Award to Chaim Sukenik; Beekie
and Samuel Reinhard Bible Award
to Susan Roth; and the Saul Porush
Nach Award to Esther Azulay.
Also PTA Sen ice Award to Fan-
ny Behar; The Isidore Laucr Fine
Arts Award to Zvi Honor; and the
Sidney Appel Character Award to
eight*) prade student. Judith Ro-
zer.cwaig.
American Ix-gion God and Coun-
trj Award to Miriam Greenberg
and Sheldon Weiss fi r schi larship,
and to Lawrence Kuczynski for
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Swirsky. and R> an Dei
to Louis Merwitzer, pros enl
the Academy, by Mindy Phillips
The first copy of "Chaverim. the
senior class yearbook, was present-
ed to Rabbi Gross by St. ven Shant-
zis. business editor. Excerpt from
the Bible was read by Gilah Ber-
cer in Hebrew, and Esther Babouri
in English.
A specially written script. "Tor
ah Im Dereach Krctz" was pre-
sented by Richanl Kaga, Zvi Honor.
Susan Roth. Judy Rubin and RolxMt
Greenberg, "In Tribute to Teach
era" was presented by Minam MeL
:
'
'.
In his addri
Rabbi Alexander S Gross
princip.il declared. "We live in
time when man's ingenuit) has
i v ., i h il staggering proportions
Flights into space are established
facts and new scientific plans and
discoveries are beyond human im-
agination. More than ever before
do we realize the significance ot
King David's immortal words
'The basis oi all wisd m is the fear
if the Lord.' For knowledge and
iviadom without God is void and
self destructive,"
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lav July 16
*-Jenlsfirfrr/ i>ace 5-B
Cooking Corner
Dreaded V-al Chops With Prunes
i hi- v< i hops
i t< .- .1,1
: 9 tea i". r
1 medium oai n in d
i, i teaspo in gi ind ginger
2 e y bea en
Mali meal
4 tahli !> iu < hicken [al
l peeled cloi e garlic
i/l cup koaher cherry or sweet
ipe wine
Cover the prunes uith water and
;.' gerata ei knn Ham r* or
E- Mildred Bellin

appro riale :
.i- ti
daj
ishi '. e she
.:,,-. f fine
loveh. ne i ;
|w she cooks he can pi i
I1 n ...i ;m I true Id U ie
tlevti new food combinations.
is breaded \eal ch ps,
v,. i -h can itae either the
i method <>i her grand-
it > and great-grandmother'a,
mwMtting as o mpleti h recipe iih prunes and shoulder veal eh ps cut about 3/4
neli thuk Ci mbine the salt, pep
per, and ginger, and rub Into the
chops. Beat iir eggs in shallow
bowl, and put :i I cup <<( inatzo
meal on a piece of waxed paper
Dip each i fxp into the egga, then
coal it completely with matzo meal
Add more meal ii necessary. Let
the obops -land on a rack to set
the coating Put the fat In a large
skillet over medium heat. When
hot. add the chops and brown
the undersides lightly. Turn over.
add the garlic and onion, ami cook
ps breaded In the usual minutes Remove the garlic Add
cooked with ginger, the prunes, the liquid in which they
wine have something ^,.,k,^ in ' ^'' P "'' pan, and simmer about .=> minutes
a- The- mea fork- until the meat is verj tender Watch
1 cvrerull) to prevent the meat from
sticking, and if necessary, gradual*
i> add more water to the p in
[here sfa wW al be at le -t
me cup of gi .' > 'i he (I*
.;..-, .. :. d '-b ii served ith
| sweei potatoes
ma) sU i I sen i rue
n I aked i r sshe I v pot toes
This amount makes 5 portk)
become accustomed to
lin: iir foods by dipping t'>m
|ini' <->;. then coating them
bs, b u t in traditional
j i king we find the procoss
led The chops jie first coat
U .. io meal, then dipped
When the> are done, they
a iTiip) omelet-type coating
ii til ious nor first recipe
K| bovi to prep ire the chops
ii it
Newly-elected officers of the Peshkin Chapter
of Children's Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital of Denver were recently installed by
the Rev. Athanasios C. Karros at a luncheon
held at the Castaways Motel. Left to riqht are
Mrs. Harry Arbeiter, financial secretary; Mrs.
Robert Herbert, ways and means vice presi-
v i --de to give each chop
ike in bre id< d
second rei ipe tells how
r- lem in this >.!>
k*i c ops, Grand T1*'S Style
i" i s!i ve .1 chops
i
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i
f i ip n
j
1 U i rater Nickel

minced
Recipe Of
The Week
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sides
I. pei d paprika
in .i flat tangy onion
Beat the voi i subtlj
hallou i intil Die male and pile the attractivel;
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lenlstflcrWir
Fnday. July 16, \%A
LJOW do you go about shop-
* ping for clothes?" was the
lest on pul in loaders this week.
i all have different guidelines
lor baying at a particular shop.
having :i couturier design for
- and we ha\ e various reasons
for our shopping habits.
Mrs Leonard Luris wants good
n 111 and thai humus
trained personnel, especiallj
when she is in .1 fitting room
i ./( needs chan sing, w :ili the
c irrecl size brought 10 her
She als.....ei tain tj pi -
stores for specialt) items, par-
cularl) since m >s1 stores cai rj
- about thi sam< geni ral mer
chandise. Consequently, u s nol
onlj a case ol shopping where
the sen-ice is good, bul also the
return policy. This is important
because occasionally, when you
get home, a dress doesn't look as
good nil you as ii seemed in the
slot e or ii doi sn't coordinate as
\'iu thought it would with other
items in your wardrobe
IkJRS. Gus Feuer said, 'I buy
' when I see something I like.'
id she usuallj sees the item
when in the store for some Other
purpose She doesn't shop l"i
any speeial event, hut puts her
tbingl away as she lm\s them.
and wears them as the occasion
demands she never goes "just
looking." but if she sees some
thing that appeals to her she
will buy it, Windows also atfrai t
her attention, and are the reason
for several items in her .
lobe
There are very definite!)
vorite shops for Mrs I
where she gets a warm personal
feeling, which she attributes t<>
the sales personnel One ol her
pet piv\ i is the s ileswoman
who i- cold and haughty
Mrs, Feuer is reluctant t" try
out new stores frankly admitting
her prejudice, and prefers to
simp instead where she is known
She also added that "if I can't
find what 1 want in mj favorite
hops, l just do without until thej
gel something in." As far as
couturiers are concerned, she
considers them less sophisticated
than in other fashion center- .it
the world
Mi- Feuer tends toward tailor
ed clothes decidedlj prefers
tail suits, and for this
ing winter is looking for evening
gowns with jackets. The air eon
ditioning is uatutll] adjusted low
enough so that a light-weight
covering of some kind is needed.
*
MRS. Thomas H Gerard buys
slnctlx on impulse There i-
no deliberation, no wondering
about colors: if she like- some
tiling, she buys it. She know-
uhat styles look good on her
and what colors do the most for
her. and she always enjoys wear
ing what she buys
She contrasts her shopping hab-
its Id those of her sister Mrs
Marry Smith, who will go shop
ping tor I wool suit, and will
know precisely what she want-
thi exact cut, a specific line to
the collar, the weave she wants.
,n d the price -he is wtllin I i
pa) And she ends up b) finding
what oking for
Mrs Gerard shops for summer
and winter wearing most!)
in the summer colors in the win-
ter, am! verj t anj
time She finds man) ol hi i
tons, linens, and sleeveless wools
to be transitional so thai
wardrobe while sharp!) divided
when buying, blind- seasonally
It seems I at n n do
thing in common when
shopping and that i- the) like
sen ice. Tod I i
induatrj is so highlj competitive
that it seems like Mrs Feuer's
oh.en ation that "Sail I"
nel i- the key to shopping
become a permanent < oi -
ation Hut most of us havi as
man) diffi rent shopping I
as we ha' e n a l< rs
Crystal Asthmatic Group Presents Bus
Children's Foundation T. eatment
Cabaret Night at Algiers
feature of lion Sisterhood
A gala cabaret niht ,.t the j.
Centre, was 10 present a bus to the
Centre on i huradsq
Funds for flw gii planned to
transport the children to ichools
and churches ol their choice, was
r.......|b) Chapter member- and the giers Hotel sponsored b) Temp,
unused balance, also to be donated Zion Siaterteod, will featur.
to the foondalion. was to be pre ol a weekend at the hoe.
lentedb) Mrs Helen Cowen. trees- for Saturday, .inly M, tarthkig]
9 pni reaerveueaa me)
Folhwina the 1 pm Ceremony, for the event with Mrs
Mrs Hochberg was to preside at Breach

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DEAR
k. SPEED
C10SSIHG LIMH
it's even
tougher
for a visitor
";--' Htti. around. Remember-.
'* easy to make a wrong turnortwoin.tr.
to he.p them bk on their w
just a little more anxious I re! irn.
" our visitora a debt of gratitude. Tourism's 1....... to .
--er visitors il;:;L;rt;;nb:;:;sr1^^1'
KeeD it in mind.

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hdoy. July 16. 1965
/pn^#j/lrr/G9/7
Page 7-3
<^jn the rCcau
caint o
ed Stones Tell
jane's Troth
i Mrs K..-.I m ne 74M
ee the i
[, i Jacobs n, i
on ->t use
yiss stone ittended the mvei
,,, t hen ihe w
I .. ,,, pt i ,l.: Phi Mi
, : actuate ti- Univei
and will en
,,. i u -i h 'i i" September
Man h wedding is planned.
j ^^ocietif
Waits Announce
Lynn's Engagement
An earl) 19 nned
for L) tin h i- Femter and J tel
i' l Kl its. son ol Mr and Mi
All Is. M itj N .1
Am nt th be
trothal has been made bj the hi
turc l>i: le's pi renl Mr and M rs
Ben Fei Mer 11231 SW 80th Cl
Th.> bride to be i Pratl
ii itii ite "i Tei in Ne
Y ik and ili' l nivei sitj "I Miami
School nt Fashions
Her fiance .i graduate ol Temple
University, is attending the Univei
mi\ ni Miami School ol Law
* U
A5$ iani from
erskowitz, Stern
"etrothal
eSi of d
\ i !, Idine is plan-
Diane Herskow
Stern,
ajjemenl haa been ;i"
i. future bride's par-
k, v. \ir and Mrs Sam Hereto-
liv 678 Bird Rd C >ral Ga
[Thr kfMeCTOaU t<> l>< t- th- son
Mr and \ir- Stephen Stern, 9SSI
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MISS GAIF. BIST
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M.'SS JUDHH BROWN
Judith Brown Tells
B'nai B'rith Social Singles Of Engagement
B'nai B'r Hi So c ii s {les .^
sponsoring .i dance on Saturd i
evening Ihe Carillon Hotel Tic
kets may be p irchaaed il Ihe door
and Hu affair includes a night club
-him and dancing to j live band.
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Mr and Mr- Sol ii Brown, MM
\\\ null Cl are aBnouncing (heir
daughter'! onBawmrm thi- week.
Thf proapeetiee bridegroom la (he
-on ol Mr ami Mr- Michael I '"viii.
in ;i. -W fi.Mh \vt-
\ _T.niu.iU' ni Miami Senior High
and the Unrverait) ol Miami, (he
bride-elect is an alumnus of Ptu
Sigma Sigma Sororit) Starting in
September, she will tea< h Ihtr I
le ;.i Glenn Curtis Elementary
School
Her fiance, a CPA. is a graduate
1 n ni"!' High and he I ni
vereit) of Miami He is an alum
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity
\|| ha Psi, h morary. and n
a Pi, business [ratei i
lie presentl) i |!,> '
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BnroOmenl at Camp Gan Israel
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bi Abraham Korf, regional dlret
ur of Merkoa L'lnyoni Ohinuch
and spiritual leader oi the laabd
mi.In ; Minyan Nuaach Vri
Rabbi Korf aasd the camp, on
erated under the auspices an I
perviaion of Merkos, "ia aiaking a
naal contribution to the summer
Jewish education and entertain
men of Florida Jen ish yo in sters
.,nd we plan further apansion next
year
1, bbi Stanley B Weiss, educa
in.ii direel -r"'
n ol Mi; is camp di
tor In in i Mont [omen coach
i Mm ii ibh i
dire* tor of Camp Gan Israel
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l i Col Hin, Mi
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Friedmon-Serbin
The rabbi's si eK

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Miami She Is ; n
Hals netting M "'-"' ar-'- Theta Kappa honorary
Lawrence Frv
----- Fa] Rabbi Joseph Na-
i affinatwl
I reeessl f the
.- __ | parent Mr LW1
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Her husband ls a graduate .:'
Ransom Preparatory School .*:
the ITntver Itj
He earned a BA degree fi ''.
--.'; St Louis, ami is
- : ,\?ma Alpha Mil, ao>
rnitj A professional n*i-
- Pranke I i
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Fnedmai i
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- I is i ted with
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tin Ckar/t.
MRS 4RTNM iiMfT*
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Serbii the bride'i sister and Gid- ran company.
return from a honey-
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Mrs. Mon
f honor. Step*
Z Linda Moon
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El | Pi
Review, and a i
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lot Ac-id
ill Havana. Cuba,
Miami Beach Senior I
and attended University of M
on a local honor She
reamrer of Alpha Lambda
uelu. freemen women-- honor-
try. secretary of the Philo-
Club, and belonged to Phi lot. Pi
Deltu Phi and the Russian Club
Cleaning-laundry !
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1201 -20th Street !
JE 8-6104
Miami Bitch
the '"'r u"
and Ro
Rolic.a
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. weinger served as brW(
maid^
Bes) man to Ihe bridegroom was
I 5 brother Thoo<. f I-'"-' WJ
. f Mi and Mrs II "
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Jamie Bark n. Joel : ""l
Lawrence Ureen -
The bridi re a white salk

. pnhar.ced with alencon
Scat en lace a| pliques

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from the Universit) ol
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Huh where he was a
n n I Ke> club. Keystone
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T- He attended
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Ph: and X. I
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tnp. Dr La-
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iday. July 16- 1965
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I he carried i
l im aU .'i white or
I p| anotis
.Honor attendanta MN Faye
| Mn Arlene Winter.
J bridesmaid! were Gay
I Shi ryn Gr< ene, Geri Frank
: ink. 1, Paula Kichm.in
. ,> Stelle.
| -..in was Jeffrey Lehraar
shers included Roberi Ber-
ts, !>! Manny FrankeL Michael
| I ;i. Michael Oritt, Neil
M i ,i. i Winter. J.-ff
i, v .v- page
their return ti> this coun:r>.
|r strrli .' hi- t>. ide will live
:. horc he is a law
:. University of Florida.
i iml Mr- Morion Mccle.
i i ". Mi lian Ave he is
I me I'niveraity and
S Mptas Mu i'i.i
- ele la .' aradu it* of
. of Tulane Uni-
i I a i embt i Ol S
I ritj
lencz-Fine
led weddini
i alifornia new Mr
Lencz w ill In i
ter I>r Coral Gables
Reno Sue Fin<
united in ri i
p
.. ul le fa
Mr and Mrs Hem*) l
} eption
atl ndanl er< IAline
Irs. Jt fire) Fine L
- i -i man and
msmai
-. E r w i n
:;n the bride-
I \ 'ii the
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nt ii he 1 nit er
y iol i i Law

I! v now n ijorinjj
im ition al Ihe
Miami.
fromm Philipson
I'ndcr a magnolia laden canopy,
Judith Tcna Philipson, daughter of
Mr and Mrs trying s Philipson,
700 Riltmon Way, and Step .e-
Man Fromm were man c.l on Mil
day. July II.
Rabbi Mfn l Waxman conduct
od Che 2 i lo k nuptials held In
the Rend* tvi iR n oi he Da> i '
Williams tmenta and Hote I
where rec ption and dinner fol-
lowe I tin cert mony.
mo< n in Puerto lit i and the Virgin
i lai N'ew Mr and Mrs Fromm
w:ll :> I- m red al another rei
i n in N' w Yo k They plan to
live in Fl I.< N i
For the we Win
Fren< h di si "ne I str \ length
.' n of ni'i rti whit French
:'k I II !> 'ii lace. The full-flai
sk n featured a self scalloped hem
I ne with each peak ending in :i
n scr.e \ waist length jacket edg
ed with self scalloping, e 1 b o w
"h g\ c and a single strand
of pearls, gift from the bride
groom, completed the bridal en-
semble
In keeping with Danish tradition
the bride earned a nosegay of red
roses 10 which the Broom will add
.i rose every annversary
Bridal attendants were Mrs Al
\in Philipson, Mrs Richard 'litlin
and Ellen Fromm, the groom's
sister.
Joel Kaplan served as beat man
and ushers included l>r Alvin Phil-
ipson, and Steven Philipson, the
bride's brothers, and Richard (lit
Im.
Richard Gitlin.
\ graduate of ("oral Gables
High, Mrs Vr< mm at ended Boston
I'niveraity where -he was Winter
Carnival Queen, recipient of Jud-
aea R*e Butler Outstanding 9tu
dent \w ard. and a member of
ROTC Court
Sob of Mr and Mrs Paul Fromm.
Brooklyn. NY. the bridegroom
. rad laU d from Erasmus High and
ttendt d Boston Universl > where
he vi rvi d a- BU Year! w k busi
ne-. manager and received the
ilastic Finance Award.
MKS. STfPHfN WOMM
Rubin-Moss
Ihe former Bonnie All Moses
chose a gown of lace over pcau de
'ii' and carried an heirloom Bible
for her marriage to Leslie Alvin
Rulun on Saturday. July 10.
The Diplomal Country club was
the setting for the evening cere
mony performed by Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. A reception at the hotel
f illowed the nuptials.
Following a h.meymoon in Ja-
maica, the couple will live in At-
lanta, Ga., where the bridegroom
an accountant and the bride will
teat h Both graduates of the Uni-
m rs ty of N irth Carolina, new Mrs.
Rubin is also ,i graduate of Miami
B e i c h High M< r bridegroom
ierved as treasurer of /eta Beta
\\ Ki i-11 r
mas. ahthuk tfvr
Ti.u and bekmgfl to Phi Beta Kap-
pa and Beta Gamma Sigma,
Parents of the nowlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Mose-. 5003
Delaware Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs
Myer Rubin, Atlanta.
Bridal attendants were Arlene
Rosen, maid of honor. Rhalda
Kahn. Fdith Fayc Cohen and Phyl
hs MechlowitZ, bridesmaids.
The bridegroom's father served
as his hist man and usher.- includ-
ed Ralph Kahn. Larry Cohen, Cary
Rulun. Michael Moses and Robert
Moses.
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ievy-Rosenkranx
Beth David Conj*rei;ation was
ihe setting Saturday evening, July
10. for the nuptials of Susan El-
len Roseiakram and Arthur Jerry
Levy Rabbis Sol Landau and Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated al the cer-
emonj which \\. ... lion m Spector Hall.
Daughter f Dr. aoo slra. Hyman
Rosenkrana of Miami, the bride
wsj given m marriage by her fa-
Attendants Included Mrs Bar
Olivers, R a Lehrman, ressie
Fox, Ge rgette Greenberg, Linda
R< enkranz, Judy Ftahman and
Eileen Fishman.
B si man lo the bridegroom was
!u^ 11 Lher Lew I es. >. both sons
ol Mr and Mrs Mel Levy, Silver
Spring, Md Alan Puretz and Neil
Rosenkrana served as ringbearers;
Bacrj Rosenkranz and Robert Ro-
enkran/ ushered.
For the wedding the bnde chose
an empire sheath m candlelight
satin with white chantilly lace cov-
ering the g< n styled with a chan-
tilly laee train bordered in candle-
light -a in
A graduate of Miami Hiirh. new
Mrs Levy received degree in
elementary education from the Uni-
versity "f Miami and is a member
of the National Education Associa-
tion.
The bridegroom is an honor
graduate of the University of
Maryland. Now a senior at George-
i wn University School of Medicine
in Washington. D.C., he is vice
president of l'hi Delta Kpsilon.
media! fraternity
Follewing a wedding trip to Ja-
maica. Mr Levy and his bride will
live in Silver Spring.
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am Rosen, mal i n o| honoi
P e lent Jo i e
smaids, Stacj Roman, I
e Rosa nv. u r, best man,
Peter S c li w e d i c k and II'
Landskroner, usshers
The bride graduated from Miami
Edi*>n High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and is now employed
ii Gulf American Land Corp.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Bench High and Hade Jun-
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arls held the French ilhi
Her sister \\
ml> attendant.
Best man to the bi
Brizel with Alan Bi
boj Ushi rs inc ludi d Samuel
Xewberger, Murraj Freeman, Mar
. ker and Jack Braunsiein.
A graduate of the Ameri an Col-
Quito m Ecuador, Mrs Ax.
rirod i- rking at a Miami Beach
Savings and Loan Assn. Her hus-
band, a sales manager, graduated
from the L'niversitj of M i a m i
School of Business
Shapiro-lsser
Now living in New York follow
1 ".in cruise, the 1 I
mer Edythe Isser became the
bride of 1 n&rd II Shapiro in an
afternoon ceremon) on Sunday
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condui

oi Mrs Bessie
Pinetree I Mrs Sha
; "" a gra I ol Miami I
High, atl
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Miami an I will i tfhl educa
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Her bridegroom is the son ol
Mr. and Airs. Joseph Shapiro, 3
I Ave and Ni w York He is
a graduate ol Horace Mann Prep
School and Rutgers I'nivi rsitj
pie was attended bj Linda
maid of Honor, and Richard
.shapiro. best man
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Paqe 1 IB
irican Friends of Hebrew University
[fs Nathaniel Goldstein New President
el I. Goldstein, tanner
ev General ol the State of
I k. ha> tx-in elected prev
D* the Aim-rican Friends of
the^B< *>rcv University by the
|<- Directon. <>f the nru.iniza
is announced by Samuel
. chairman o( the board
American Friends fosters
Uld de\>'lo|>i"<'tit of the He
..rsit\ nJ Jerusalem. The
t y i, thi> year celetsratusj
fj^fft
acceptance of tha prtai-
Soldstein cited the histor-
of the Hebrew University
I predates the establishment
nel by several years and
rcmbers among its found-
rt Einetein. Martin Buber,
Weixmann. later to serve
e4'a first president, Judeh
pn*s, the university's first
.it, the sceotist Pajl lh
||> a r o n Edr>und de R-'
.nd Felix Warburg.
Referrinu t<> the extraordinaiy
growth of Israel s population and
the pressing need tor expanded ed-
ucational facilities. (InWrstein de
clared 'The Hebrew I'niversity i*
today confronted by a student ex
plosion The demand is so great
that the rmversit> has been titreed
temporarily | < turn a W a y many
qualified applicants in fields where
their talents could well be used.
"But the faculty and staff of the
Hrbrew Univerait) sre used to
working against (real odds I have
long adm.' ed tin ir courage and
tenaeit) which enabled them, in
the first instance to build a first
rail' institution of learning and re
earch Then, when forced bj the
, re 'ii~i ar to l( ave th-ir
-aditioaal heane on Mount i
\
build '
i n
.: more than )
, .:. In Hie
same period, the student bad) hai
grown to almost li.uoo with a fat
lilt} ol 1.20ft, and the uin\ersit\
has emerged as one of I'M' world
;reat (enters o| ., holaiMp."
The American Friends of the
Hebrew I'niversity can do no less
tlsan intensify its efforts in support
of the university, so as to insure
adequate facilities for all quali-
fied Student! in the liekis of their
choree at the Hebrew I'niversity.
We must welcome the challenge of |
'he student explosion as a spur and
I sign of the growing maturity of
the State of Israel
(ioldstein. currently a member
of t.he New York law firm of Cold-
stein. Judd nd Curfein. served as
Attorney (ieneral for the State ot
New York for 12 yean, A nalivi
New Yorker, he is a graduate of
M'w Y Law --chooi and I trai y de
_i-. e- <'. i. I n Syra
i '. iver
' i : S.tiil
Y : k L:.v.
. '
,.,-., .jri'us ef the
' -i of t'-.s Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, j
vice chairman of Albert Gallatin
Associates of New York Univer-
sity and a member of the Board
of Vis.tors of the Fletcher School
of Law and Diplomacy. He is a
trustee of the Park Avenue Syn-
agogue.
A former dm saber of tite Execu-
tive Committee of the National
Association of Attorneys General,
'ioldstein served as ;l memltcr of
is Delegation to the United n..
tions Narcotic Drug C< mmlssinn
AnaOSaj ln.s many honors. Alpha
BflsilOfl Pi awarded him a medal
lion as "Outstanding leader in the
nation's JowW) communal life "
He was nemlSMrted l>\ Freedom
rfeatas and areeanted with the Hrsl
L'N emblem based on the IN offi-
cial insignia.
In 1!*48. he was cited by the
Brooklyn Jewish Community Coun-
cil as the borough's most rli-tmu
>i-'.Hii citizen of (he year B'nai
B'rtth cited him in 1950 fa o il
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Abram Berena, son oi Mr and
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summer Day Camp Sabbath Ser
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Under the personal supervision
"f l)r Irving Lehrman and direct
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In addition, a well rounded sp
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Page 12-B
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Seminary Library Names Silver
i in
Miami Beach Hadassah members, some of
them accompanied by their husbands, par-
ticipating in the Hadassah Spring Tour, stand
at the new Hebrew Universitv-Hadassah Med-
ical School. Left to right are Mrs. Shirley Free-
Hadassah Members Attend Dedication
berg. Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman. Mrs.
Madeline Kottler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bloom,
Mrs. Ethel Goldman, Mrs. Betty Frank, and
Mrs. Blanche Rubin.
By Special Report
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Simon G
t ice chant"
He succeeds Vdn Le L
Stra iss. ""
Librarj Board
Silver, a i lent ol
Seminary's Ti :'''
long been interested in the Sem
inarj Ubi ) Sim 1857 h
served as ohairr I "",|
of (>\ er ers i m m I .....>" 'he
Lilian-.
Silver is an attornej. -
ner in the firm ol Silver, Saper
stein and Barnett Since 1937 I e
has also served as vice presidenl
nml chairn an ol the executive com-

h it .1 graduate of Nm y*,|
y, where he w*s
to Phi Beta Kappa, and o- : .-'
b i University Law School
member of the Board of Tr^]
tees of New York University ;
vr recently donated to th u,
versify the residence cen-,.
which bears his name.
Fstablished in 18HT. thi I
co .sled \ 5.0 j
.> slexandcf Marx j
irian in 1904.
Stl IUM i~ I
the .' Jewish '!' 1 Srminars. qJ
ring his term presidenl \ |
i \ i"i.ri.ratuM. he hvlped ,
the acquisition of an in
Uoo of microfilmi of
manuscripts from ;h- E.-c.irulJ
brary, Madrid
Many Miamians were among
spectators at ihe dedication of the
new Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medial School building in Jeru-
salem on June 30.
Visiting in Israel at the time of
the eeremonj were Dr. and Mrs
Marvin L. Meitus who are members
of the Friends of the Hebrew I'm
versity and a delegation of Miami
Beach Hadassah members
The cere m o n y. which also
marked the University's 4"th an-
sary, was attended by Mr
Levi Eshkol, Prime Minister of Is-
rael, hundreds ol Israeli le
.in.I 60 world-famous medical scien-
tists participating in a Sj mp isi m
on the Impact of the Basic Sci
, m on M I i ine to ci
ate the event
1 he new Hebrew I'niversitj Ha
Medic il an eleven-
story building housing it depart
- and over 450 lab" ratories
':- research has received world
wide rec >gi ition, and a large num-
ber if its hundreds m research
projects ire supported bj the I' S
Government and American founda-
tions
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Mei-
tus (light) and Mrs. L. Silver-
man attend the dedication
ceremony of the new Hebrew
University-Hadassah Medical
School building in Jerusalem.
ir -hjiiii/,,ijo*~m
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over 5,000 hostesses, has mort
than thirty years e3erience in
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(jvo'Tis fi-os mj rmuim)
It forms an integral part of the
Hadassah-Hebrew L'niversitj Meu-
ical Center, which cost over S30
million dollars to build, and com-
prises a hospital, medical school,
dental school, nurses school and
mother-and-chlld pavilion. A school
of pharmacy is now being built
Covering an area of 16 acres, it is
the lai mplex ol its kind in
the Mi Idle East
Extravagant Planned far
Variety Children Benefit
\ 11 n 1 llel i'Mr.,i
the annual "Cuban 1
in July" Sal ev<
8 p m July 31, al Dadi I
Audil irium
Pr .....ds ill 1- given lo V'ariel
Clrldren's Hospital in ippreciation
from Miami's Cuban colom for the
iven their ailing chil h
the pedi ric 1 enter
Julius Silvei left ted president of the I
Corporation of the [ev S
." iral Lev I ntei w 10
for isiqnatioi
Dr. Lcuis Finkel t to discuss plant
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Page 13-B
QmASTm Skip Shepard New
Dupont Plaza Exec.
?*
Jewish War Veterans, Hialeah
Miami Spnni:- Post,, presented I
United Stiles Flag which had flown
over the Capitol to the John Y
Kennedy Memorial Library in Ilia
lean on July 10.
Presentation was made by Her-
beri Buxbaum, post commander,
and guest speaker .is Sen Claude
P< ppcr.
Mayor Ifilander and members of
the Hi: leah City Council partici-
pated in tiie nt)iH)n cutting cere-
monies

and Mrs. Alexander Hassan, of Washinaton. D.C.. pre-
knt to Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, of the U.S. Supreme Court,
1 scroll announcinq the creation of the Arthur J. Goldberg
Drary at the Jewish Center for the United Nations.
wish Center is Inaugurated at UN
By Special Report
u YORK "AH men of good
should endorse an I su| ;
.mi b) the United N:i
draft declaration on
mil of religious in
,i d Supn me ( ourt
Vrthur .' Goldberg in hi-
... tit- Inaugural dii i
li m isn Center for I i
n \. lions
. ak tingu shed
Iota to thi
.'at'ons
ra! Lounge
matures Ray Marco
. i ninsj .1 ul) 18 finds
< ota Lout e ip Might
li e popular Ra> Mar o
This lean angular faced sins
i on strong with the kind
I presentation that la exact-
Pie wa) Rogers and Hart, liar-
1 en and Vernon Duke meant
ir songs to Bound Marco's Trio
|eh includes bass, drum ami pi
features Harry Manian on
mpet Marco, himself, doubles
n trumpet rol' '
m bass on the side. The trio
Ke i Mg sound, but a auwoia
I'd especially designed for t>-n
wh<> wish the raucous
Ke of tbe go-go had went went
Iditian to the rang stylinga
the Marco croup, their nelo
r< tempered bj some smart
RIOT thai make- for an enter
evening The Ban*) Bren-
. ro ip continues t<> he d dovt n
Istand in the swinging Cha
I keep the action mo
| i.m. ( ocktail houi I
Doral i- at iMh and the
n S T
Calling attention to the dis-
crimination against Jews in the
Soviet Union, Justice Goldberg
urged the creation of a neutral
fact-finding commission under
the aegis of the United Nations
which "might well destroy much
discrimination by exposing it to
the cold light of world public
opinion."
Comii i con ptete surprise
in Just ice G a- the an-
em ration of the
Arthur I Gold! rg Libt tl
for thi United Na
: ted I '
. '.
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roposi 1
M 1st St
ail for the dinner was
Fi leral Judge David N. Edi Istein,
., i nit< >...>
Sen Jacob K Javlta, honorary
chairman ol the Jewtsn Ceniei loi
the I N.
Senate Committee
Rejects Suggestion
For Stronger Words
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Senate Banking Committee has
vi ted b) eighl to -i\ to reject
stronger wi rding sought by oppon.
ents Of the Ar. b I yeott, and re-
tamed i'ie weaker Ffouse version
of the Export Control Bill Sen
Harrison A Williams Jr., New Jer-
j Demii rat. had attempted to
trengthen the anti-boycott mea-
in mmittei bj o t f eri n g
wording that would "require" non-
mpli ir i boycott and
make the Arab practices ille il
instead of merelj asking the Ex-
ecutive 1>' ; artment to vni ou
a n d request pposition to boy-
tics
It was lesrnd that adequate
votes had been p'edqed to anti-
bovcett forri>s bit at the list
mi.ie*. two Republican Senators
twite had their votes. They were
Sen. .'ol n G Tower cf Texas *"d
Stron Thurmond of South Caro-
lina.
i
L'.S. i ntercts with in-
- m the Near East
J. J. (Skip1 Shepard. former of-
ficial greater for the City of Miami,
has been named general manager
of the multi-million dollar Dupont
Plaza Hotel, office building and
apartment complex by Samuel Kip-
nis. owner
As owner of the Leamington and
Ponce de I-eon hotels. Shepard
ganized the first "Caravan Turistl
ca de Miami." a goodwill mission
designed to attract Latin American
tourists to the city. The tour proved
mi successful it was continued an-
nually for si\ years in the late
Shepard i- a past president of the
Greater Miami Hotel Association
and gained international attention
when he designed .m.i directed to
completion the Capri Hotel in 11a
\ ana
He also has been active in civic.
fraternal and political fields He
has -i rved as chairman of the Vis
il rs Relations Committee of the
Miami Da.ii- County Chamber <>f
Commerce and of the Special
Gifts Committee >>( the Unit e d
l-'n:
lie is i past vice president of the
Optimist Club and
Ambassador of the Mahi Temple,
member of the American Legion,
. I Vu - !' .-ill nts Cl il
the \ tic Part
In I
Evenl I
ident
,
. '
been i ti
Jr
pcent li e so
sion i ha

J. I SMPARD
Famous Studies
Summer Eating
Habits Here
A month long studj <>f summer
eating habit of its i stomers has
been completed bj Morns
er and i'. irrj Zuckerman, co-
if tli. Famous Restaurant.
'I he Stud) as made in C .mi"
i.h tin restaurant's opening
summer f w the first time in
.i- | year historj
Li rs in the warm
; the Famous fare.
ly thi
-
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I Ke don't
ill but we do
i
than in winti
ST
Palestine Arab Refugee Plan
Has Chance tor Revival
\\ ISHINGTON JTA The
plan Offering 1'alestine Arab refu
.... ., i. ice nt repatriation to Is-
rael or resettlement in other lands
* i h compensation by Israel
sill united to the 1 Mited .Nati>>n.s
0 by Dr Joseph John
s,.n et the Carnegie Endowment
for Internatii nal Peace, after ma
kim ,. stud) "f the Arab refugee
I blei is not necessarily dead
and could be revivi l Assistant Sec
retarj o StaU Philips Talbot has
uif i :m d I .....
|. h plan '' led 1>''
... ,s ,.. n pres< nt d for ibs
United Nations

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16,000 Convert to Judaism in Decade
SEW YORK JTA) Conver-
. -m in th^- next few weeks
ipledinth. '-'";
I bv the Federation oi Re- lie form Synagogues estunated
Synagogues here. iat, during the past decade i
:udv. based on 10 years of con. form Judaism has converted ab.nit
LEGAL NOTICE
Friday, July
NTI
FOR DADF I uOR'DA
'. ERY
N
LEGAL NOTICE
>URT
FLOR D~ ;ATL
\
VI*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I
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version ctaa* wed thai <* 16.000 people, This figure^ he said.
versions have become more readily "has sharply increased dun.it the
ac eptoble; that converts are ex past few years by several nun-
tremelv devoted and dedicated dred so :tiat today OUT annual fig-
members of the Jewish faith with a ure is well over the 2.000 mark.
large majority joining synagogues;
MARIA 'MIX' KZ
A7AJI BZ.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN .
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Mi 1 -I. > Raj H
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and that marriage accounts for 90
percent of the converts.
Th report, covering the years
195444, stated that the classes,
which were initiated by the Fed-
ration a decee'e ago, had grown
in enrollment from less than
100 to more than 300 annuallv.
He observed that, based on the
registration statistics and infor-
mation gathered throughout the
country, "90 percent of the Jew-
ish conversions are due to mar-
ital reasons."
On Dec L9. 1!<63. the Federation
began gathering more comprehen-
sive data mi persons registering for
This vear from Januarv to the conversion das-.-, including fam
die of June. 150 students enter ily background former religion,
the course 45 men and 105 affiliation and Jeww* background.
., oi this group. 91 comnletal As a result, data gathered between
nine-week in basic Ju- December 1983 and December'M64.
sm and their ( < ihowed thai ol 295 registered stu-
Rev Abraham Caiish Dies
Ai Age 72; Retired Cantor
dents, jo.-) were women and . r !!..r. ih.. :'"lli .!
.. nn Ii .Ii II IB1-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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The rel ound d< -
the
1 re K 1
Re\ n 1 tholic. 21 Prol nt. 20
Abraham Is July 6 Mel 19 Episci pali; n 18 Lu
, of 72 theran. 12 Presbyte t.he re
..., (her Prot-
ago, live

lember lacob Syna-
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- Helen;
two sons N rman and Joseph; a
jhter, Mrs. Zelda Jacobowitz.
i Miami: a brother, Rober!
Karklin of Baltimore: two sisters.
Mrs Helen W a r a n c h of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Lena Levcnson of
Baltimore; three grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Sen ices were held July 8 in Gor-
don Funeral Home.
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ROSENBERG. Louis, nt 102*1 E Raj
11..-1-.11! Dr., ill.'d .Iii'n 9. Hervleen
n l*p,viil-ii.'.. 1:1 Blaabers
GOLDBOSS, I |la. of IS23 Wa-hlnston
>v. died jiiij h. Rlvet-alde
LANGEL. PblHp 1:.. >::. of 714 lull
PL, died July til. l: ,. d.
kimmelSMAN. Martin, nf :::. Baj
Dr.. ,ii...i .1 ii u njv. raid.
GOODMAN. H'illlani II "., nt tei
T'-ih M .li. .1 .1 ifj 8, ni.-isli.-ri:-N't-w-
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"^Jewish Florichan Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 38 — Number 29 Miami. Florida, Friday, July 16, 1965 Two Sections Price 20 -G Faces Expulsion AVIV——The Central in:.. Of the Mapai Tarty vojv rwhelminvjly here at a n^ that concluded early Monlorning to expel from the r.> member who would lend "direct or indirect" to an fnritnt list that mitht he •<-r next (alls national l.evi Kshkol Mr Ben-Gurlon and his followers lad demanded Midi .i special convention That motion was defeated l>y i vote of 202 to Immediately after the meeting, Reuven Barkatt, secretarygeneral of th* party, still held out a wreath of peace in the hepe of averting an open party "Though I am not relying Continued on Page 7-A us the party's legal troundwas set for the expulsion :tr Prime Minister David urion and his followers, while this group announced I it is continuing preparations announcing its separate elec| list within the next few days. vote for expulsion of intran members was carried by an helming ballot of 213 to 9. |2 abstentions Before voting iion the Central Committee ktred a resolution calling for lal Mapai convention to de h entire issue pond bj Mr urion's decision to filit the i* licJes hoi I by the majoi ihuh backs Prime Ministei German Missile Men Removed from Egypt DAV/0 BINGUKION fife niial \ ictory Rothschilds is — i JTA) — partial vie .'!i !!• i e bj Ihe whit h ha I u > •. %  an against .i new book j *rs %  which, though ft i • ed l>> the fami D its name Rouanel de \ i me La* it I the complaint, tiled bj p G • and l %  : ni nd de Roth Baroness FJel isabee d i' ordere l part of one di pt< I from tin' w o rk be a ge casts doubt on the Itag4 of Ban n E In i -\ < r. Uie i t irnej • I >r th • hrru %  i ^ announced the) would k n • -HI i seeki .-: dai pemandim; the deletion %  -l *tti s-. < k. written bj a well> that, Rogei Pej refitte, •en selling briskl) since Its eat 1'iM several eek critics have ated th.it the would fan anti-Jewish sentiI, al thou eh M Peyrofitte has %  ed he is not anti-Semitic IfUNICH — i JTA ) — No German scientist now holds a senior position in the missile development program be'ng conducted in Egypt, it was confirmed here by Dr. Alfred Seid.l. attorney for the leader Of the German teams of SCientisfe and technicians working for Nasser since i960. Dr. Seidel confirmed earlier reports that the top German scientist among those who had worked for Nasser. Prof. Wolfgarg Pili, had refused to renew his ccntract. had left Egypt, and is now living "somewhere in Germany." It was ascertained that Dr. Pilz, the last of the senior scientists emP yed bj Nasser, left Cairo secretly mere than a month ago. and that other Gorman rocket experts still in Kgypt would come home soon. Cairo reporta reaching here, however, showed that Nasser is still trying to recruit other Germans to replace the teams organ ized by Pill. The latter ia rocket. design and propulsion expert who had helped llr.ler develop the v-i rocket which terrorized Britain during the closing months of World War II Later he worked for the French, helping to develop rockets in Egypt, he was credited u itti h a \ i n g deveJ ped .it leasl hree types ol rockets, all aimed it ultimate aggressive war against Isi ..-1 Bundesrat In Final Claims Approval BfYNN (JTA I — The Buntfel rat. the upper house of the West German Parliament approved Lhiweek a final indemnification bill previously pas.ed by the iJunde stag providing a fund of 1.200.000. OOO deutschemarks ($300,000,000. for the compensation of those Nad victims who were unable to file Claims by the Oc. 1, 1353 deadline because they were in Iron Curtain countries West German Presidenl Heinrich Luebke is now expected to sign the measure into law and it will probably o me into effect this month The measure was first opposed by the Bundestag but was given approval by a mediation committee of the two houses of the Bonn Parliament. D. NAHUM G01DMANN Improvement Foreseen In Plight of Jews in Russia Rabbi Seymour I. Cohen. sp:iitual leader of Anshe Emet Synaqoque, Chicaqo. 111., was recently elected president of the Synaqoque Council of Amei'ca. He succeeds Rabbi Uri Miller, of Baltimore. The Council represents the Orthodox. Conservative and Reform Jewish movements. c! %  • % %  : JTA D, x %  • %  Gol hmana, pssjai dent %  '• """ %  ... 1 that si me 1 %  • ettei ibout to rviel Union's ti • 1 ii of Russ a's Jew i '1 c mmun He .\. rn< that ereal im] re ri -i that the Jewish people •, anti Sot iet >uld !• .. historic traged) Ht discussed the situation of Soviet Jewry in his address at the opening session of the World Jewish Congress executive, which is meeting here with 100 delegates from 30 countries in attendance. The session is being hole* in the headquarters of the Courcil of Europe. Dr Cfoldmann appealed to the .1 e W i I h people and its friendirouad the world t continue the he demand for equal rights for lew -h commurutj in uie So iet Ui ligi" l! >nd nal a' minorit). I to set k to per le the L'SSR I i change its p Ii i> concerning Soviet Jews At the same lime however, he warned i i n t "distortions" regarding Ihe situation. AS >ve all," he said, "we should avoid being dragged into cold war polemics The-.' we should oppose more than any other minority. We should avoid creating the impression that the Jewish people, atuch, is anti-Soviet." Such a develContinued on Page 10-A Nasser Vows 'No Peace' With Israel WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Nasser ol Egypt said in i on interview broa .ir. CBS tih it E ypt continues met the pi si bbitaty >' •• peaci I h Isi never acci pi the ex let el, and "th. 1 only si lution i> He said that a reckoning with Israel might come in five years, but noted that the Mos'e T to aggressors who invaded and occupied the Mate ol fornia. He declared the making of peace requires the existentol two reasonable sides, but cannot Continued on Page 2-A eep Emotion Marks Funeral of Moshe Sharett SEE ILLUSTRIOUS LEADER PAGE 3 A I. vuv ; I \ M isl e -i. i I t Foreig M n ster and Bit Premier of the state of H, i xei utivi of fk. Vgencj ii ^kt' 11 stionalb enow ne i Zion ist k j^^^Bri • < the Igg here, dose by the Me n Sea funeral proc< ision, led bj P's spiritual, political ml mil .rs. world Jewish f Jhi>.h ranking foreign diplo |L accompanied the beloved th statesman to his final rest Jan from Jerusalem, when died Wedne da; .t the %  t his bier was lowered into ground, Mr. Sharetts two Yaacov and Chaim, chantlth Kaddish. Premier Levi EsHkol and Dr. Nahum Goldmann, nresiJent of the World Zionist Organiiation, threw the first spadefuls of earth into the open grave. The simplicit) of the funen ceremony was In accordance with Moshe Sharett %  < al no •ulogies be voti ed or undue p in p own oil the occasion ol hi d ath The deep emotion felt i>> the thous ,ii i> who lined the funeral proi • iion route was articulated at the cemeterj bj David Hac 'hen. It %  inn member of Parlianu nl an I life long friend ol Sharett, wo i with tears in i is the c iffin i eing lowered and cried out •Shalom, Moshe. Shalom Sharetts grave lies between the tombs of two old friends and com rades in the struggle to found the Jewish State. DOV HOI and Eliahu MOSHE SHAfJf n ltM*IMJ Golomb Mr Sharett had request ed thai he be laid to rest there in ,i will he signed in IWThe funeral cortege accompanying the simple, oien, blackshrouded army car bearing Mr. Sharett's coffin draped with the blue-white Israel flag antl a talith, included veterans of the Haganah. the Jewish Brigade, young o'diers, kibbuti members, ffuden!* and members of the nation's many ethnic communities, attesting to the position of esteem the fallen leader had held in his countrymen's hearts. The cortege entered Tel Aviv and proceeded along Hei/i St to Beit Eliahu Golimb on Rothschild Boulevard There Dr Ham. h Ben Yehuda, prominent Israeli aducs tor and principal of the famous Herzli! i Si mdarj School I Sharett had grs ti vith •'-, firsl class in 1912, < ,v -of Sharett ett's ni > i Mil %  iught< r of Shan 11 her N'< i.mia. rented a poei \ %  rlalevi The cortege then moved down Allenb] H ad and ped at the Great Synag i lei A\i\ where the Ai • > I lain, Ma G< A Shlomo n, offered prayers Ei Uow ing this the proci ssion -un\ ed al the cmeter) Before proceeding to Tel \\ the cortege had assembled for a I riel out loor cen monj at the je lish \%  w : Buil ling in Jerusalem I';.-:.ient Zalman Shazar the Fust Psalm insti ad of I the customarj i ilogj The procession then stopped Continued on Page 5-A



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LS n J bv ISABEL GROVE d.1JU< ornan s IJUorU nsti ii architectural I student .it Hi* Unl,,. hei sister ttt. .. Miami art teacher, are ilfway mark of '•' %  •i' \ ii in al road the nl In i odon, • .. II mutual I i 1st an hiti cture and art i :,. i nhagi n, Brus KI n %  •• %  Irankfurt, •i, | cerne .1 Barn ii o wn wi he tr • tan a pi ed itiner ountnes on their tut ; nee. Spain nd P [ in .1 l lition to lh< K ities like Milan, Venii 1 noa, Sar linia, Monaco, ville, Granada, Ma it' and il n, Fayi -.1 1 Ian t'> make tide itl)ing distrUla and vil %  Thej 'v ueo ilatad a 1 in the Ca 1 in Tan fr M rocco Returning to co ntrj metime an und the Iddli ol Aufi they'll staj at v.. di rl tttoria f.>r 3 week do tome till seeing in New rk (ity, for comparison, no • • • kins. Meyer A.. Klor n 14-year-oM -wi Marc and lughter Kathy, a senior at the uverMt) of Pennsylvania, on 1 w. ek trek thn>u>jh Europe and 1 A tour of the Scandi1 countries will be followed .1 flight to Istanbul Turkej 1. 1 %  it t ur of the fcc'n 1 In turn to 1 %  1957 thi Baskin ei 1 ties 1 |i t that time In add; In 1 la. 5 Ei Ian to %  le.-l %  %  en to (heir l • •. ,. ,,, 1 \ t, the family wiH 1 1 • rer.ch Kn ... %  : : BUS • 1 pi nc • isferhood Fetes ibbi's Wife 0 officers and board mem th David Sisterhood wel d their new Rebitzen, lira So) Hi || a brunch held in the |ne of Mrs Seymour Kaplan, 5001 tilth 1*1 on July 7 \r(.eorye I_iskin chairman d committee memli T> added boratiom to the house and the in a blue and white de.i :" listerbood PresWenl Mrs IrvWi i• r and the guest ol honoi ided th.receii in : line, di Spain and Portugal, and then :i Jet from Lisbon back to the U.S I asl %  fficial act for Floret) a t -fore leaving the country, was .1 "Talk Technion" orie 1 • it n meeting and luncheon I at her hi me Among th e m u offlcen and board memb %  chai 1 member, Mrs. Hy Friedman who had Just re turned Irom Israel while there she discovered, much I hi I' light, Chat two relatives I lost track of were both profi %  at 'lee uii m Ir N t..n Bur .-. i i ••• tor of 1 I >r de 1wife N ttie B 1 ras mil I I •' Mrs David 1 Kate Kleii I n 1 (ht .1 < % % % %  0 her new children's bock. Acorns .. e f *' Squirrels hich has l en published In Tel Aviv. Mar hall .1 Simmons and wife Rosalind who have traveled ez tensivel) in Europe have take: 13 > ear-old daughter Kathy with them this time for her first l">k at England, France, Zurich and Switzerland After three week.in New York with their three offspring, the Mandlers, Klten and Barnard, leaving next week, a deux, foi Mexico And returning from there, about the same time, Samuel Smith and wife Susan. • • • v completely bewildered Susan Rubin ai swered her doo to have • ..'i |s ti nto l">' house 1 arin : i>! ittei 1 of I The unusual part) ., is r.u • j \.• R Mexico R 1 : %  >l the v %  I : Mori in the I" "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, FriJuy. July 16, 1965 Section B Boated (left to right) are Mis. [Irving Weinei. Beth David Sist cd president Mrs. Sol -anduu. wile ol '.he conorejation's new Lpiritual le-ider. mdng (left to riqht) aie Irs. Georqe LasV.m and Mrs. 'mour • %  took 1 1 ned t 1 the e\ • nl happily ui I able • • • A 1963 m. "i laude gradu1 Harvai i. 1 eslie Ja> Groa winner of an honorarj Harvard Scholarship plans ;o enter itLaw School In September Son ui Mr and Mrs. Bernard Gross 6380 SW *2nd Ter W-CHI the Miami Herald Silver Knight n r general scholarship in 1961 and in that same year was ;i National Merit winner He is a former president of llillel A/.A • • • A wedding in far off Englan taking Celia 1 Mrs Samuel 1 Herschfeld to Leeds Jetting across tfie Atlantic Aug 5, it will I • reunion time for Celia who ha two brothers 1 sister and their (amities living in Great Brit 11 S01 in in I estner, son of her %  r. is the prospective bride"in' 'ii • • • v.. v •• 1 11 %  km in Ne r Judge Jason Berk an i his B rbara Oth Miami it%  time in the n< rthern oart of the country, Rep Louis Wolfson 1 u ife Lynn in Sew York foi .. combination ol bu Iness .m>\ pleas ure \ : nth I ng i' ition In Ha. ,i in will erve as a reunion a l*h he son. I snee C01 poral Harry V. 1 h sman, United : ates x i Station! d for the i>:>-t at Subic Bay, Philll; 1 mds, he w %  1 re • % %  tl: t, ,,... mp Smith, 11 1 wail, aan aci ountanl Keep me :i ea burning during hei 1 1 -ence will be husband Bern Continued on Page 10-B Mrs. Philip Bloom Named State Legislation Chairman PHIUP I100M Philip Bl >om has been rained station Chairman for ;•';<> 1. la bj Mrs Joseph Willen, na %  ... pr -stdent, N.. ional O uncil of Ji w '-h Women. Mrs Bloom, vice president of lie affairs in the Sh ri s Di visi m, Great r Miami Section MCJW, recentlj returned from a \...: to Tal ihassee where she '-h ii ved the state Legislature during v re-apportionment session and ... 1 M.IW with several government agencies As "art of her new Job, Mrs Bloom will coordinate the Information and activities of the Florida State government for the seven Council sections in the state. \ .in an organii ;tn de^ %  to a pi n of eiliu ation, \ ii •• and soi ial action. h„oba levels "f governmnit, an I e slativi ims Elaine Bloom is a graduate of ir l College in New York City 1 hei % %  she ma ? '•'! in government The Bio ma 1 1 0 v e d hi re three years [o from Riverdale, N Y Her husband, torn TI> ..U Assistant Attornej i'< meral of New York state, now practices law in Miami They live at :043.i NE 20th O with their young daughter ami son. Mrs Bloom also serves as vice president of education for the Young Women's Division ot the Combined Jewish A,.peal briefer* in Hhiiiinn ahadeu of eolnr Prettiest way to drift into dreamland. Vanity Fair's nylon tricot short-shifts layered over matching panties. A. Lined fop, drenched in primrose Alencon, heaven blue over petunia, black over nude, or all red. Mod. $12 B Solid color sheer too over fri-toned lining Under it, ruffled panties 1 Petunia dawn pink ice. Red pefuiia wild clover Skylark blue petunia. je in group $8 -. %  .'.•.'.'-•. %  • ,• 1



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y. July 16. 1965 + 3enl*tnr>rMltr Paqe 3 I Mrs, Katzen Chairs Publicity Group Mi II u ard Katzen, nev Ij mpointed publii it) chairmai Suburban League which supports two Cancer patients at Variety Children's Hospital reports thai riie next affair is an Ice Cream Party tor patients <>n Julj 31 In the nw auditorium. The f argue, wim-ii meets the 3rd Wed ne s d ay of cacti month, is o\>*n\ [•> residents of the South Da>riu-1 esi Eering a spei lal rti tour to Isi and Spain during October N vi ber December, Ji nuarj Febi \|. nh Members ot the tour con i ittee foi • • en's Di\ IM i east Re ion VJ< M • |i i ing Pi .1; %  tic h. pti \h Mrs [si and Mrs Lnne llrii %  i leach Student 'ins 'Outstanding ienator' Award Jr. Congregation Marks Bar Mitzvah \i <. -1 Outstanding Senator of I led States" ia titie won by baniel SherMII in the National StuDegress held in Oman*. pbr earlier this month Sot • Mr ami Mrs Joseph Sher bill, he competed with top dele |ates from 38 states, winning first lace m the nation in student par lamentary debate. The silver traphy will remain in hit posttssien rhrowfh tb turnMr and then be nt foe permtint keeping to Miami Beach *ierfi SehoeJ. wh*r* he praduated this r-onth SherbiH won his right to compete >r (:M place bj winning the ciotd edal fur OutstandiBg Senator and • speaker in UM State ot I'loruia i ItatC congrevs of the Nalonaj Forensic League in October. 1864 Tv • wreks later, he was winner the Gold Medal for Outstanding enator and Beat Speaker in the |tate Ol Florida at the state MM ress of the National Forensic eague. lie piasji to enter Boston Univer It) in the fail, majoring in taw (nil lioiitical science. The rear itav> marks the Bar Mil/ • •.aaee al I ii.nl.i Jewish Center Junior Congre%  on At < l"~. n exercises ol 'lie Hi brew anil BttadsjJ SattOOls "ti May 23 Rabin David Rtcnlek1 presentr migrants from many different lands—different In many ways but lOOf/i Israeli in the joyous spirit of building a nation. The ColorfulYemenites One of Israel's most colorful groups are the Yemenites, originating from the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula. They arc skilled in gold, silver and filigree jewelry crafts, in daintyembroidery, basket•weaiing and pottery. Their folk songs, dances and poetry enrich tlie culture of the nation. At last! A margarine with all three 1 lOOlo DAIRY FREE 2 LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE The Taste of Tuban Coffee ; y cup is .-> jr.vous event because Yuban is deeper, darker, richer in taste tl an coffeeeverwai before... 100% G n Coffee, made in • spt I way. Rare aged beans arc added to the finest green bcan> for richer taste, tin a roasted to flavor p erfecti on. Enjoy delit ioui Yuban... •very tip a timclu I K Rlfct 1 • % %  > nc BorufS levy. The premium coffee of General Foods. YUBANI100% r C OLOMBIAN COFFEE at *a4*ooa J



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Pcce &%  jmiUncrk09f> Friday. ]uly 16 l%5 .. hrr Ivi Jmifh-Thyrmon • %  %  %  ->..-. i MM. UMW—O FtlfDMAN Friedmon-Serbin The rabbi's si eK %  %  L Kin F %  rer %  %  >-:i: % % %  smith Dr 1 i..: E •-;." lOU I aacaou Bsfccred A gr :or H-. w 11 with booors fr c d plans t t the Ui Miami She Is ; %  n Hals netting M "'%  "••' ar -'Theta Kappa honorary Lawrence Frv ----Fa] Rabbi Joseph Nai • affinatwl I reeessl • f the .__ | parent Mr LW 1 .. | %  .--. %  .. ft • | :_ o Dr the M Her husband LS a graduate .:' Ransom Preparatory School .*: the ITntver Itj He earned a BA degree fi • '•'. %  %  -.' ;• St Louis, ami is : ,\?ma Alpha Mil, ao> rnitj A professional n*iPranke I i :' %  '.%  5 '-' %  '>' %  Fnedmai i ] _.--.-•_ %  4 ai I is i ted with ;Sew v ,-• V e Mr ; %  a an d .. Arti D I Greerrfield-Tupler : %  and • 11 in 1 • %  %  family was held at Chai i the r • I Rea mi. mi ctffNfiuo [ 2H*.t J L '"*" ~ imm **"*" "* T,f ** tin Ckar/t. MRS 4RTNM iiMfT* l %  %  associated with a Serbii the bride'i sister and Gidran company. return from a honeyI a Fendricr.-Obestein %  I %  I i) Sal %  Mrs. Mon f honor. Step* Z Linda Moon '•''' 0) El | Pi Review, and a i inee lot Ac-id ill Havana. Cuba, • %  Miami Beach Senior I and attended University of M on a local honor • She reamrer of Alpha Lambda uelu. freemen women honortry. secretary of the PhiloClub, and belonged to Phi lot. Pi Deltu Phi and the Russian Club Cleaning-laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Bitch the '"' r u and Ro Rolic.a .,„. Inn Rol n in and weinger served as brW( maid^ Bes) m an to Ihe bridegroom was I 5 brother Thoo<. f I-'"-' WJ f Mi and Mrs II berl II I me. 1 Jamie Bark n. Joel : •"" l Lawrence Ureen The bridi re a white salk %  pnhar.ced with alencon Scat en lace a| pliques %  • • %  \ %  .. .: ol l%  held bj .i pearl and : ettc • %  A the : iate ol • where t of Win) Servii e Club estrs She %' %  ersit) of Klon :J vi i % %  : %  • %  M I member of IV I n S roritj and from the Universit) ol m_ :•• also a graduate ot Huh where he was a n %  n I • • Ke> club. Keystone V'ar THe attended • • '.of Ten ; • v. Hi frau .— -••are 1 Ph: and X. I On their reton tnp. Dr LaUJS Armj -•;• rris Lane will enter l %  %  S. B0Cf FlHDtKH Lcne-Sh-jlman %  v MtS. AffTMVR IMM Chise-Morris The i Jane on Sat • .... I rl %  %  I %  %  %  Sleele-Angel Now honeymooning in the former Manaa daughter "t Mr and Mr 6060 SVl 62nd PL, v ffrej DswkJ 3U It :.\ 11 I Conntrj the seti rhe ew te< %  • %  R Mortoa ..~ then f, ii • .... %  ; ar ^ ~> • "A" hi train the Ccntinuc on Fol'owirvj Pft MBS siirntN cnt: : ""ISTI Itli \>| Return November I via tht S/S MIVIOX 60 DAYS (All Inclviive) $1495 HOLIDAYS BQVAMT!? r J ENS *' DAy IS "SAEL SBON MEOlT ANEAN VOYAGE WITH .oV.s. c o VERV 5T TE "OOV VVT %  >!. 'OS IS EUROPE FI R S T CLAfct -CTELS "EVEB^H,^ sp v;?n\ L ^i s i -os-vE ^s $ x p; R L S E T TAT WOW! ... ALL THIS FOR ONLY $1495 VOLPE TOURS, 15C2 WASHINGTON AVENUE INC. TRAVEL AGENT PHONE 532-7326 ••'AMI BEACH (r*D Si pi3j ma nKUina) VOI'NG ISWtL W NE "Ut Bt ssssaa BiM %  ssi



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jay. July 16. 1965 %  ft nisi rkrkfitri Page 13-B QMASTM Skip Shepard New Dupont Plaza Exec. &f Jewish War Veterans, Hialeah Miami Spnni:Post,, presented I United Stiles Flag which had flown over the Capitol to the John Y Kennedy Memorial Library in Ilia lean on July 10. Presentation was made by Herberi Buxbaum, post commander, and guest speaker .is Sen Claude P< ppcr. Mayor Ifilander and members of the Hi: leah City Council participated in tiie nt)iH)n cutting ceremonies • and Mrs. Alexander Hassan, of Washinaton. D.C.. preknt to Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1 scroll announcinq the creation of the Arthur J. Goldberg Drary at the Jewish Center for the United Nations. wish Center is Inaugurated at UN By Special Report u YORK "AH men of good should endorse an I su| ; .mi b) the United N:i draft declaration on mil of religious in ,i d Supn me ( ourt • Vrthur .' Goldberg in hi... • %  titInaugural dii i li M isn Center for I i n \. lions ak tingu shed • Iota to t hi .'at'ons ra! Lounge matures Ray Marco i ninsj .1 ul) 18 finds %  < ota Lout e ip Might li %  e popular Ra> Mar o This lean angular faced sins i %  on strong with the kind I presentation that la exactPie wa) Rogers and Hart, liar1 en and Vernon Duke meant ir songs to Bound Marco's Trio |eh includes bass, drum ami pi features Harry Manian on mpet Marco, himself, doubles n trumpet rol' m bass on the side. The trio Ke i Mg sound, but a auwoia I'd especially designed for t> n wh<> wish the raucous Ke of tbe go-go had went went Iditian to the rang stylinga the Marco croup, their nelo „r< tempered bj some smart RIOT thai makefor an enter evening The Ban*) Bren. ro ip continues t<> he d dovt n Istand in the swinging Cha I keep the action mo | i.m. ( ocktail houi I • Doral iat iMh and the •n S T Calling attention to the discrimination against Jews in the Soviet Union, Justice Goldberg urged the creation of a neutral fact-finding commission under the aegis of the United Nations which "might well destroy much discrimination by exposing it to the cold light of world public opinion." Comii i con ptete surprise in Just ice G athe anem ration of the Arthur I Gold! rg Libt tl %  for thi United Na : ted I • • •'. %  %  %  I %  roposi 1 M 1st St ail for the dinner was Fi leral Judge David N. Edi Istein, %  ., i nit< >.. %  % %  > Sen Jacob K Javlta, honorary chairman ol the Jewtsn Ceniei loi the I N. Senate Committee Rejects Suggestion For Stronger Words WASHINGTON (JTA) The Senate Banking Committee has vi ted b) eighl to -i\ to reject stronger wi rding sought by oppon. ents Of the Ar. b I yeott, and retamed i'ie weaker Ffouse version of the Export Control Bill Sen Harrison A Williams Jr., New Jer• j Demii rat. had attempted to trengthen the anti-boycott mea%  in mmittei bj o t f eri n g wording that would "require" nonmpli ir %  • %  i %  %  boycott and make the Arab practices ille il instead of merelj asking the Executive 1>' ; artment to vni ou a n d request • pposition to boy%  %  • tics It was lesrnd that adequate votes had been p'edqed to antibovcett forri>s bit at the list mi.ie*. two Republican Senators twite had their votes. They were Sen. .'ol n G Tower cf Texas *"d Stron Thurmond of South Carolina. i L'.S. i ntercts with in%  m the Near East J. J. (Skip 1 Shepard. former official greater for the City of Miami, has been named general manager of the multi-million dollar Dupont Plaza Hotel, office building and apartment complex by Samuel Kipnis. owner As owner of the Leamington and Ponce de I-eon hotels. Shepard ganized the first "Caravan Turistl ca de Miami." a goodwill mission designed to attract Latin American tourists to the city. The tour proved MI successful it was continued annually for si\ years in the late Shepard ia past president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association and gained international attention when he designed .m.i directed to completion the Capri Hotel in 11a \ ana He also has been active in civic. fraternal and political fields He has -i rved as chairman of the Vis il rs Relations Committee of the Miami Da.iiCounty Chamber <>f Commerce and of the Special Gifts Committee >>( the Unit e d l-'n: lie is i past vice president of the Optimist Club and Ambassador of the Mahi Temple, member of the American Legion, I Vuf summer eating habit of its i stomers has been completed bj Morns er and i'. irrj Zuckerman, coif tli. Famous Restaurant. 'I he Stud) as made in C .mi" %  i.h tin restaurant's opening summer f w the first time in .i| • year historj Li rs in the warm ; the Famous fare. ly thi k< i %  •' I • Ke don't • ill but we do i %  than in winti —ST Palestine Arab Refugee Plan Has Chance tor Revival \\ ISHINGTON JTA — The plan Offering 1'alestine Arab refu .... ., i. ice nt repatriation to Israel or resettlement in other lands i • h compensation by Israel — sill united to the 1 Mited .Nati>>n.s 0 by Dr Joseph John s,.n et the Carnegie Endowment for Internatii nal Peace, after ma kim ,. stud) "f the Arab refugee I blei is not necessarily dead and could be revivi l Assistant Sec retarj o StaU Philips Talbot has uif i :m d I •|. H plan '' led 1> '' ... ,s ,• % %  .. n pres< nt d for ibs United Nations IO-IIAY CRUSE A lib Tuesdaj 1 ich '1, ntli ^ ear Round 111 llll. BAHAMA! 3 t l S. 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Joy, My 16. 1965 +Jn*isMerMfar7 Paqe 3rA llustrious Leader Passes Jewish Telegraphic Agency Me bad opponents in both Ilista ti> none m iirut and Mapai. but sever suffered Alter the Jewish State came into in 1931 i""i' !s£ irctt last Wednesday unpopularity even among those being, be Hebraiied his name, !*• ~ ,e .^ ei brtement issued by the Urar'l who fought his proposals hardest cacatag known as Mo-he Sharett. Crnment the World Zionist Or Universally, he was regarded as a In 1953. when Prime Minister i/ation and the Knesset, denegotiator par excellence, as a David Ben Gurion retired to pri•d that "the Jewish people statesman with vision. vate life temporarily. Mr Sharett sum,,^.,. 0 f 1933 y r sharett was been bereaved of a leader of _. became Prime Minister, holding c ccted 0 th( key ^ ; a u a pilot of the movement 1 „ • „. ..,„_. r„ %  • t „ ..... the post of head of the Govern,,.__ _.. : _.. .. ar the dailj newspaper "f the Histadruf Israel's labor federation, which he bad helped found From 1929 to l':!i he edited th.paper's skill and efficiency English weekly supplement When came into in 1931 Chain Arioaorofl became ad of the Jewish Agency's ai Department, Mr Sharett was named Political Secretary of the Agency Kotowing the assassination of Mr Arlosoroff in the IStatc. a pilot Nations started Looking into the a teacher of the Nation. .p alestine Question" in 1946 ^ of true nobility n the House 4^,^^^ by tht Jewij|fc rael has gone to his eternal ^^ {Q [ ^ [{ a tbg $" as its official delegation bead. It loshe Sharett.' After having served on various important Jewish agency missions to the United States. England. France and Canada, he became one of the most active personalment until Mr. Ben-C.urion resumed the Premiership in 1955. Then Mr. Sharett reassumed the position of Foreign Minister, hpto"the statement was under his guidance that the j** *** Xj^EJ?!" /JlT^ IE "'**• durin K WorW War kniied "has inscribed illustrifirst great victory at the United IM !" tna,rmansn P "' ,m recruitment of Jews to fight on %  chapters in the book of Israels Nations was won when, on Nov. 29. uvusn A fe enc > %  *xetume. ^ side Qf (h< A)|u _. |t ^ h{> Mr. Share*, born Moshe Shertok at Kherson, Russia, in 1894, came to Palestine at the age of 12. in 1906. rgence through his activities 1947. the UN General Assembly lead of the Jewish Agency's povoted in favor of the partition of department on the eve of Palestine, giving the world or [establishment of the State, as ganization's approval of the forma id's first Foreign Minister and tion of a Jewish State in Palestine Premier, as spokesman for the who initiated the formation of the Jewish Brigade and. in 1945. it was Moshe Shertok who presented its own Qag to the Jewish Brigade in Italy. k>n and the Jewish people, as Mitral pillar of the Zionist [•in' nt. as chairman of the |i-i executive in recent years, i| the foremosl leadi 11 of r party -i'" 1 one of the tx art rs "i the Zionist ".'•nt n a lifetime of service to the ish people, not only in Palkine and Israel but around the [rid, Mr Sharett had come incloser personal contact with rid Jewry than probably any tr of Israel's leaders of his deration. He was popular, not ly in his own land, but around world. Hid SPciaJiam considers him pf Us outstanding spokesmen labor movement in Israel look |upon him as among the BlOSt ?ut ot dajsnden |or many years in the front of domaatk polities in bis IclSfld, he found opposition now then, but his outnuht oppun wire comparatively few in Iber and. even among them, lie tremendous respect Israeli politics, as well as in Id diplomacy, he was known I a tough negotiator but one was realistic enough to pushing any dispute to its tst limits. btify ewtce RESCRIPTlON OPTICIANS SNIOM CIKTft Of TMI S0U1M rgtst Selection in Latest Style* for Men and Women iFRSE PARKING SPACE IN JAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 72i LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 10749 culiete' Pr*tription Fill** CONTACT LENSES RAT PROOFING A Specialty .fCWlAI PfST CONTIOt fO* TNI HO*f AMD ItiSJMftS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel FR 71411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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July 16, 1965 +JelsfFJcr/cffar Paqe 1 IB irican Friends of Hebrew University [fs Nathaniel Goldstein New President el I. Goldstein, tanner ev General ol the State of I k. ha> tx-in elected prev D* the Aim-rican Friends of the^B< *> r cv University by the |f the nru.iniza is announced by Samuel chairman o( the board American Friends fosters Uld de\>'lo|>i"<'tit of the He ..rsit\ nJ Jerusalem. The t y i, thi> year celetsratusj fj^fft acceptance of tha prtaiSoldstein cited the historof the Hebrew University I predates the establishment nel by several years and rcmbers among its foundrt Einetein. Martin Buber, Weixmann. later to serve •e4'a first president, Judeh pn*s, the university's first .it, the sceotist Pajl lh ||> a r o n Edr>und de R-' .nd Felix Warburg. Referrinu t<> the extraordinaiy growth of Israel s population and the pressing need tor expanded educational facilities. (InWrstein de clared 'The Hebrew I'niversity i* today confronted by a student ex plosion The demand is so great that the rmversit> has been titreed temporarily | < turn a W a y many qualified applicants in fields where their talents could well be used. "But the faculty and staff of the Hrbrew Univerait) sre used to working against (real odds I have long adm.' ed tin ir courage and tenaeit) which enabled them, in the first instance to build a first rail' institution of learning and re earch Then, when forced bj the re 'ii~i • •' ar to l( ave th-ir -aditioaal heane on Mount %  i • \ %  build i n .: more than %  ) .:. In Hie same period, the student bad) hai grown to almost li.uoo with a fat lilt} ol 1.20ft, and the uin\ersit\ has emerged as one of I'M' world • •;reat (enters o| ., holaiMp." The American Friends of the Hebrew I'niversity can do no less tlsan intensify its efforts in support of the university, so as to insure adequate facilities for all qualified Student! in the liekis of their choree at the Hebrew I'niversity. We must welcome the challenge of | 'he student explosion as a spur and I sign of the growing maturity of the State of Israel (ioldstein. currently a member of t.he New York law firm of Coldstein. Judd nd Curfein. served as Attorney (ieneral for the State ot New York for 12 yean, A nalivi New Yorker, he is a graduate of M'w Y\ Freedom rfeatas and areeanted with the Hrsl L'N emblem based on the IN official insignia. In 1!*48. he was cited by the Brooklyn Jewish Community Council as the borough's most rli-tmu >i-'.Hii citizen of (he year B'nai B'rtth cited him in 1950 fa o il -i. :. in,.. rvia He is a hohler ol the Madden Memorial \ ard • l New York l ni\ er >it> \ Nathaniel I. 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% % % % % %  ^M Pa ge 2-A Nursing Specialist Joins Home of Aged Florence Gllles. R.N.. a special isl in geriatric nurstaj since the h has been named Director of x rsini Services at the Jewish Home for the Aged by Executive Director Maurice Pearlstein. She comes to Miami from New Y irk City where she recently resigned as Director of PAiratag Bdncatkin at the Jewish Home anJ Hospital for the Aged Earlier professional career Included poets as Director of Nursii t Servkea ai the 800*ed Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital in Brooklyn for IS years and at the 1.-th Abraham Hospital m the BTOBX, NY. xt .tllA Mis< GlUes has taken charge of overall planning tor pa. rat etre and administration of all i Lining programs The staff inclacks 10 RN> and 18 licensed practical nurses The new director is s graduate the School of Nursii Albert -in Medical Center, and holds its degree from Long Island Uni%  ,. ] p -. m ml erships e the American Nurses As \. fue for NUTSg and toei •%  • She is a name of 1 x -, l. s J HA LPXi %  ii Fl I • FIOMNCE GlUtS food Fair Executive Named Myer B executive rice presi lenl of F Stores. Inc %  ten named chairman of an international stud) >• ne how int list! • can be a to programs I >r •% % %  l> naBusiness Division Reelects Pallot Norton P %  esidenl ol N .,-, pn ..'in of the Be I ter ... Division. Miami-Da* (hair immeree i elected to serve i for the c ming year < I I • Duke i i E lelen Buicl 0 C Fainrth executive Miami Aul i Dealei U tion; Homer Ft pr > %  Dyke Sign Com rd Hurst lent. Hurst -. %  11 A. executive %  • %  vice president. First N %  '• ... %  Nasser Vows \\o Peace* With Israel Continued from Pe %  ,„. made .th aggra who con tinue to NW tcrnton The Egyptian leader •jjjrj that deferment of t.on aaintt laraeTS Jordan River w.terproiZ w.. du. •• the *.t tfcatayrU w „ militarily unable t. defend itself. He disclosed he hed edvised Syria to postpone such action until military preparations were completed. He rejected the possibility of a ,„.a settlement with Israel. claiming Israel had failed to re tl • Nations* ns an ._ the extsten i ol lamei COMStitUWd nothing more than I p I %  ession It -' s rs • the int. the l ited Stal • with l I that S .... v.. William Hogarth Of Jewish Floridian Ad Dept. Passes William -BiH.O H*"*""* Mrrertismt saleamw for The jr* ia h Floridian for the pa-t 32 year,d i e d Jul> 8 in Vkron. 0 11. .earth ho •ned at IHI > '4lh St trai 61 nd at one time a s circulation lanacer for the Ii a in I Beach • •ca of The Ml imi Dailj News H< is survived b) his wife Mar ret; s son W i ham. four brother* two MSteri and one grandchild Sen ices wen hel Julj 13 it Woodlawn Park i th \ an Orsdel liableMortuary in charge en ents Friday. July 16 Igg ?controlled^ OTARION HEARING AIDS WHILE rOU WAIT ••• • %  ma • >i tapenai Hearing M Co. 14 N.E. 2nd Ave. 3771071 TfBMJ TOJPfJ William Hooorfri 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OPPtm Anything yeu need copies ef leereeWced •* | ••• Peerr roRvs \ wittti TOO wan na^oaiTS \ c,4, I Cerry CONTRACTS Bjarvtna Miami S>-e Ml &f 5 N.E 13th Stree* PHONE F H1 SUNSHINE PRESS LETTfaS BULLETINS LISTS rORVO pcm*r>o ^Ss ^ov 5rn Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phon* )l 1 3595 •45 M'CH:0AN AVE. MIAMI etACH THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED Nf(DS f0 ITS THRIFT SHOP All Tojr furniture Oolhlrtf, linrm. Dilrifi, Oropri. te. pitASt en us ton PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR j THE AGED THRIFT SHOP \ 7300 NW 27th AVENUE \ Ph 696-2101 ACE i It i twtf \ %  j 3 %  EVPIOVMINT StRV'Ct i it %tnm D'gp'ficd. beautiful and re.erently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL U'AMi : $ M mm M0 1-7693. m&& funeral t rail: it romforU i I:.ladirecl opal al te n t ioa I i I...making arranfi m< nltt truirn ImruVus. Hare, in Florida's most beautiful rhaprN-all with imr] !:ti.s-tlmruii?lil\ • \|'triftioel men and al integrity, reliability and unaerstaBding euan a tiucr penooal service at a coat no greater than orrliiiary atrvii-i'.M.in-c'.cr. llivt-r>iiK'(!lia|M>ls...convrnicutly Im-ated in Cral Qabka. Miami ikacli and North Dad Uounty... %  arre all fifty states. That is Thy so rnauy families ast Riverside to take charga Aatia}c-5olstn > >s. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNEPAL OIRICTORS v -: 1-" %  'Xorinandr Drive • lythand Attn R<<1 JE 1-1151 ad at B.W. 17th Street. IllfhUnrl 3-il i Miaai v. i N.E. MI Avtaas • Wl 7-ftiVl



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Fridiy. July 16 Exec *e Director Addresses Session Artli Direct ';| Feder. speaaV at E Jew; Funds Canxi At tli' Confen hold a1 the (i Tuxed chart v she mutual re sponiii '; %  • f the Federati ma and a' .-?•• ;-ian i~ Chaim "I fie [• %  < lined \d\l, ory Cn i ilttee ol the Miami Eco nctnic ; %  -twi.it> I'l'uram, Inc.. and i oard member of the lOCa I 1' I "-is "I the '"War l'o\erty" pp^ram knistfff rkfton Page 5-A .... %  T n i iii i M lJtthri r Temple Judea conlirms 22 teen-agers in recent ceremonies, with Rabbi Morris Kipper charging the tenth qraders "ultimately to understand that Judaism and mankind never were and never will be, until the end of itme. uniform and unanimous." Bottom row (left to right) are Barbara Jacobson. June Schwartz, Sandra Abel, Brook Rood. Richard Gelernter. president of the Confirmation Class, Sherreen Handsel. Bonnie *£ Kalish, Sherry Wilensky. Roberta Schreiber, Carol Levin. Top row are Gary Simon, Jack Cohn. Debbie Jacobson, Peter Jacobson, Victor Fox. Deborah Green, Rabbi Kipper, Sandy Blackman, Jeffrey Apple, Judy Easton, Stephen Lipson. Michelle Edlow and John Kemeny. In honor of the event. Rabbi Kipper compiled a new prayer booklet for the confirmation service. Sharett Buried in Tel Aviv Between Tombs of Friends Continued from Pago 1-A briefly In front of the Knesset, where Speaker (Caddish Lui rea two famous speeches by Mr Sha rett. One was hia address to I troops of the Jewish Bi le to whom he Pi e-ented their official flag aa '!•' %  > mustered in a i amp m Italj pi or to joining the Alia* • in Hi, fi : • • Saris, the other was l h SI • el was admit) bership h thi Man* Tile in New York, memorial lervices for Mr. Sharett were held Friday in the auditorium of the Jewish Agency. The memorial tribute was held within a few hours of the funeral *ervices and interment .r. Israel. Re| smer nan Jewish oreanizat ions and Is chairman of the Jewish AgencyAmerican Section. Others who spoke were I>r Joseph J Sch wartz, vici'-president of the Israel Bond Organization, and Pinchaa Cruso, honorary president of the Labor Zionist Organization of raeli representatives in the United America Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh states were among those present, blum. a member of the executive Chairman of the memorial tribof the Jewish Agency, read Psalm ute was Dr Emanuel Neumann 90 Cantor David Koussevitzky in toned the prayer for the dead. In Washington, Sen. Jacob K JavitS, Neu York Republican, memorialized Sharett in an address before the United States Senate Memorial services were also held in Lot Angeles at the Israel Consulate-General Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman, who hap pened to be in that city, recited the Kaddi.-h • 65 00DG£" $195 2 BEN S RENTALS tkTHUK ROSICHAH 1451 W. FIACUR fR J 0326 "Woman Attacked in Home" "APARTMENT LOOTED" "COUPLE TORTURED" NOW! At Last!! 24-Hr. Protection When You Are at Home or Away! u can feel safe and secure in your own home or apartment tin. SAFEGUARD, n amazing new low cost intruder alarm orda foolproof protection from attackera, moleatert, rglars and other intruders. sW | FOOtPROOF• WIREIESS• COMPACT ATTRACTIVEFREE— | SLIDING GLASS DOOR BURGLAR PROTECTION PIN. j For Allowing Us to Demonstrate ; .he Safeguard System. It takes a heap of planning to buy or build a home. It takes sound financing tooand that's where we can help you. We specialize in home loans. under $50 complete • CUAffANHfO1 year' faOuatsa an porti and aervkt SAFEGUARD SYSTEMS FOR INfOKMATION OR FRff DIMONSTKATION CALL FR 4-6117 "One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" If Dade Federal Savings \ ^_ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP MIAMI • MIAMI, FLORIDA A"ap'J400 N.W. 3Sth St. JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President O Convenient Offices Serve Dade County MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagler St. No-th Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch I Ed'son Center Branch N.W. 7th Ava. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. | boOO N.W. 7th Ave. Kandi Branch U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th % OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 220 MILLION DOLLARS



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lav July 16 *-Jenlsfirfrr/ace 5-B Cooking Corner Dreaded V-al Chops With Prunes i HIv< %  i hops i t< .%  .1,1 : 9 tea • i". r 1 medium oai n in d i, i teaspo in gi • ind ginger 2 e y bea en Mali • meal 4 tahli !> %  iu < hicken [al l peeled cloi e garlic I/L cup koaher cherry or sweet ipe wine Cover the prunes uith water and ;.' gerata ei knn Ham r* or EMildred Bellin %  appro riale : .iti daj ishi '. •• e she .:,,-. f fine loveh. ne i ; |w %  %  she cooks he can pi i I 1 n ...i ;m I true Id U ie tlevti new food combinations. %  • %  is breaded \eal ch ps, v,. i -h can itae either the i method <>i her grandIT > and great-grandmother'a, mwMtting as o mpleti h minutes a Themea ••forkuntil the meat is verj tender Watch 1 cvrerull) to prevent the meat from sticking, and if necessary, gradual* i> add more water to the p in [here sfa wW al be at le -t me cup of gi %  %  > 'i he (I* %  .;..-, .. :. d • %  '-b ii served ith %  %  | sweei potatoes ma) sU i I %  sen i rue n I aked i r %  sshe I v pot toes This amount makes 5 portk) become accustomed to lin: iir foods by dipping t'>m |ini' <•->;. then coating them bs, b u t in traditional j i king we find the procoss led The chops jie first coat U .. io meal, then dipped When the> are done, they a iTiip) omelet-type coating ii • %  til ious nor first recipe K| • bovi to prep ire the chops ii • IT Newly-elected officers of the Peshkin Chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital of Denver were recently installed by the Rev. Athanasios C. Karros at a luncheon held at the Castaways Motel. Left to riqht are Mrs. Harry Arbeiter, financial secretary; Mrs. Robert Herbert, ways and means vice presiv i -de to give each chop ike in bre id< d • second rei ipe tells how r' lem in this •>.!> k*i c ops, Grand T1*'S Style i" i • %  s!i ve .1 chops • i %  i %  and i f i ip n j 1 U i rater Nickel • minced Recipe Of The Week i •. 11 %  tm n I to ai d rings ol ho ';•'•. %  • sides I. pei d paprika in .i flat tangy onion Beat the voi i subtlj %  hallou i intil Die male and pile the attractivel; nded, then perk up — instanti %  • enlj • i he • : %  leai *i i I %  I ted I • ith h It.*'., n I Id the i the pan in • • > %  • I Oi'ion Lover'-, Delight I cup %  : %  ,-| ion salt ... wed es N ions thinly sliced letl mmer, Mix Planters Oil parsle) ore %  %  p. r Mai ... .,,, ; d oni nin oil rnixtun I i< M • this amount for hour Serve i n lei uce leaves LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE SECOND SESSION July 26 Aug. 22 £*. '*** &f • &mji nth Year IN THJ. POLL!R-FRK HEART OF TMI COOL 0CAURATIOIUl FOREST Dolly WoMr Sfc.ina ond Horebotk k.ding. UNE 28 AUG. 22 Oolt. Te-.nl. Pro, phywcol Inn... prooro-. dio.iicCiter • cultural octivitle.. tree Tutor!**, Fridoy Ben %  Sirls Sqbboih Sank**. wiri 1451 N. BAYSHORE ORIVE, MIAMI, oa ONI .. FR 1-78S8 FR 9-8601 Directors — Founders Theodore R Struhl M.O. f ronk.e and Ben Miller Major Leonard Wollmon Robert Wollmon *0*s****VV****V**A*V^+*>********>+ l **' '*****+*****'***'Z CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE NORTH CAROUNA-ln Beoutiful N.C. Mountain Area FOR BOYS AND GIRLS REGISTER NOW FOR SECOND SESSION STARTS JULY 23rd to AUG. 20th ?R£; T TH: CHILDREN TO A WELL-ROUNDED VACATION DON'T DELAY CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS dent; Mrs. Sam Finkel. president; Rev. Karros; Mrs. Sam Morris, outqoinq president; Mrs. Theodore Kanov, recordinq secretary; and Mrs. Aristotle Ares, chairman of the day. Not pictured are Mrs. Harold Dunsky, membership vice president, and Mrs. William Wolff, treasurer. ivvi.ii. SALE: vhrvrs strvtch strap bra regularly 5.0C A beautin. / fitt at an except %  The CHEEPS decoliet molds your bustline, v* th push-up insertions and powerful Lycra' The stretch straps 9 I Lycra" assure you of comp co'iifort and firm support In white or black A cup, 32-36 B & C cups 32-38 JM THRIFTMODE COR5ETRY, THIRD FLOOR. MIA V J didtm [ KQXJV ME BLVD • %  ^: %  1 '-' %  >' %  -__



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hdoy. July 16. 1965 ••/pn^#j/lrr/G9/7 Page 7-3 <^jn the rCcau caint o ed Stones Tell jane's Troth i Mrs K..-.I M ne 74M ee the i [, i Jacobs n, i on ->t use y iss stone ittended the mvei ,,, t hen ihe w -• % %  I .. ,,, p t i ,l.: Phi Mi : actuate tiUnivei and will en ,,. i u -i h 'i i" September Man h wedding is planned. j ^^ocietif Waits Announce Lynn's Engagement An earl) 19 nned for L) tin h iFemter and J tel i' l Kl its. son ol Mr and Mi %  All %  Is. M itj N .1 Am nt th %  be trothal has been made bj the hi turc l>i : le's pi renl • Mr and M rs Ben Fei Mer 11231 SW 80th Cl Th.> bride to be %  i Pratl ii itii ite "i Tei %  %  in Ne Y ik and ili' l nivei sitj "I Miami School nt Fashions Her fiance .i graduate ol Temple University, is attending the Univei MI\ ni Miami School ol Law U A„5$ IANI from erskowitz, Stern "etrothal eSi of D \ i !• %  Idine is planDiane Herskow Stern, ajjemenl haa been ;i" • i. future bride's park, v. \ir and Mrs Sam Heretoliv 678 Bird Rd C >ral Ga [Thr kfMeCTOaU t<> l>< tthson Mr and \irStephen Stern, 9SSI l\\ ZM SI MISS GAIF. BIST Sale Zillah Bur! ?!cns1966Weddn^ Mi %  Mi i GO V,. B i %  rsitj \ i m m e we Ming is olani M.'SS JUDHH BROWN Judith Brown Tells B'nai B'rith Social Singles Of Engagement B'nai B'r Hi So c ii s {les .^ sponsoring .i dance on Saturd i evening •" Ihe Carillon Hotel Tic kets may be p irchaaed il Ihe door and Hu affair includes a night club -him and dancing to J live ba nd SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING newest, most beautiful accommodations • .-.eddings. club luncheons, banquets, bar mrtzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, 11; Parking on premises For groups from 15 to 1500 superb cuisine...fine wines, experienced, personalized attention Call Joseph Meyers. Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI jo lith R Brown will become Ihe bn.lv nt Barry Leonard Covtn <>n Dec -.'. .it Beth David Sj na ojoe Mr and MrSol ii Brown, MM \\\ null Cl are aBnouncing (heir daughter'! onBawmrm thiweek. Thf proapeetiee bridegroom la (he -on ol Mr ami MrMichael I '"VIII. in ;i. -W fi.Mh \vt\ _T.niu.iU' ni Miami Senior High and the Unrverait) ol Miami, (he bride-elect is an alumnus of Ptu Sigma Sigma Sororit) Starting in September, she will tea< h Ihtr I le ;.i Glenn Curtis Elementary School Her fiance, a CPA. is a graduate 1 n ••! ni"!' High and he I ni vereit) of Miami He is an alum %  Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity \|| ha Psi, h morary. and n %  a Pi, business [ratei i lie presentl) i |!, > •' tified public accountant firm MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are uneq^.ed in their r;r:'sion. They are C* d.Lido's catering stiff. They will make a su:ress of any party... a wedd-ng... • BarMitrvah* ...ab.:alt %  ..ngorasociallunchecn. They will serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food nperth/ p r er a r ed in the dilldo'l newh/ decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space >OJ require. Call Mr. Tic"ner at JEfterson 8<1811 for rha best function you'va ever hadl di OCEMFRONT. MUM VENU€ AND UNCOlh 0AD Mill Camp Gan Israel Enrollment Up BnroOmenl at Camp Gan Israel of Florida, located in Deland, has tripled Oils year, according ti> Rah bi Abraham Korf, regional dlret ur of Merkoa L'lnyoni Ohinuch and spiritual leader oi the laabd MI. In ; %  Minyan Nuaach Vri Rabbi Korf aasd the camp, on erated under the auspices an I perviaion of Merkos, "ia aiaking a naal contribution to the summer Jewish education and entertain men of Florida Jen ish yo in sters .,nd we plan further • apansion next year 1, bbi Stanley B Weiss, educa in. II direel r "' n ol Mi; is camp di tor In in i Mont [omen coach i MM II ibh i dire* tor of Camp Gan Israel If. Col. Swerdlm on Radio l i Col Hin, Mi %  %  Res 'f. ist, ill lured n his •'•< %  • ni loui i irope and North \ftn-a. i<> be broadcasl on WKAT Monday News Special, at 7:30 i> "< Ala) l" He ill iil-n be a guesl on Ihe Larrj King Prograjn W IOD, Tuea day, Jut) 2". t to p.m. n i sr \ v .v i: T i: it 11 \€ K 340 Bisiayne Boulevard Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR KSTIVITliS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NIvVlY DECORATED HXltaHT IIAIJJIOOM bi A I ING UP T O 300 WEDDIN i • •riONS it IQUETS • RECEPTIONS JNCHI JUS if MEETINGS < AII: It IX. Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Voder Swprrvision al RABBI TIBOR H. S1ERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, d ering Manager, FR 9-3792 ^CONFIRMATIONS'* RECEPTIONS • WEOOING5 ^^ BANOUETS • MEETINGS • PAKTIES A T.t tt or j gala colbr\ion wltD 3.500 uil. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY 0B3ERVE0 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI T.BUR H. STERN EAUVILLE %  H.. "v ... e~ •,. %  %  r-.. P PHONE: UN S-l %  % %  %  %  I It. 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9.Jeistfkrid&r Friday. July 15, \%\ Page 4-B TEACHER GOT THE MEASLES Marianne YOungerm.l1 has just recovered from fee measles she caught from the youngsU she tea-hes in firsl grade. Her mother.^ ; (Bin Alex) Youngerman, has just competed the portraits she has painted of the Speetor family The Youngerman'a >Uier daughter. Judj Glndy, and her husband, Benjamin, and children. Debcrah and Daniel, have set forth in a camper for a months trip. On the way home, they will stop off in upper New York State to visit a cousin. Nathan Amabel, whose latest book is the Jewish Encyclopedia. IS THIS A PICNIC? Esther Lowenthal packed a picnic basket, collected Dr. Susanne Schulze. who was in town to set up the Department of Social Work at Barry College, and drove over to pick up Claire fclUl Arthur) Roskhan on their way to Fairchild Gardens Claire persuaded then to stay and unpack the lunch in her patio. What's a roof or two at a picnic? The foods the thing. CHINA :> • No. it wasn't a trip to China for Sylvia and George Goldberg, but it was their china Anniversary, which is the 20th, They had a dinner dance at Westview Country Club with all of the trimmings, including daughter Bonnie and her husband. Wallace Moses, from Alabama. They brought the most precious gift of all. the Goldgrandchildren, Howard and Alisa Ahsa had her first birthday while she was here — she's the spitting image of Grandma Sylvia in the club dining room, the color scheme was in white and yellow, with big gold "• table The party was .. warm and friendly one — jus) like Sylvia. 1 nil gave excerpts her mother's rting, "ToI Guests f the 1 there were tears in many eyes tears o. ha, pTness. Among gueata were Mr. and Mrs Km 1 RJm Mr and Mrs. Samuel Upton. Mr. and S'rfton .Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. AtaMjIJ | and Mrs Cart We.nkle. Mr. and Mrs ...1 S Jskind. Mr and Mrs Max BetaM I ; Fritzi Subin, Mr and Mrs. A. L. GldBW. ,m and Mrs. Murray DU-xJer. Mr. and Mrs Arnold So,,lcr. and Mr and Mrs. Robert Goldberg. DOWN UNDER .. •Vina Brenner Meyers is seeing the worli She and Ben are having a Hue time dashing about the continent. Her writing is Jus1 like criicken scratches. It is jUSl as well she lost the (U Of friendsaddresses to whom she was gang to send cards because by the time the card IS deciphered the) will bo home. My card Mid "Greetings from Australia" and showed .. picture ,,i a building with a kangaroo on top. iThat s how I know she is in Australia 1 couldn't read the other Mile. I SAND WHAT KIND? Roz i Mrs. Howard i Hirsch made up packets of sand foi one of the Alpha Epsil n Phi lui eons al the recent national convention here Sni lives on SW 121st Si but she wouldn't use Miami sand — she had to go to Miami Beach 1" gel ii JusI as she got to the Fifth Streel Beach with her buckets, the skj darkened, and the winds began i blow Luckily, along came her son, Mark, who couldn't believe he was reallj seeing the surfing Beach He an I I op up the sand along % %  re:t< b,ni. tops and chewing gum before the Then when thej to strain the • Frances Lthi lan Attending groundbreaking ceremonies oi the Max ar. P* Cohen School Building of the Young Israel oi Greater I are (left to tight' Cantor Moses Weiss. Rabbi Sherwin S' :.> : Max and Rose Cohen and Emanuel Uncini. At the cer~ but not in the picture. Mrs. Emanuel Ungai Ray. San Randy Gruen. OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs •fid furnishings ajjf—I from manufacture* n Academy Sc.'ecfs Award Recipients i %  ar I Shel i .. -i| the Hebrew \ ting nintfi rj i Bier h im rs L* si exercises on June 9 inck i Alumni-Mid.it Tovot award to Di ane Saltz; Max Silverberg Sports nianship Award to Lawrence Kuczynski; Rebecca and Louis Mervitzer Science Award to Melvin Farber; Hebrew Academy Women Math Award to Barry Moss; Hebrew Academy Social Studies Award to David Shapiro; Rose and Harry Genet Hebrew Studies Award to Chaim Sukenik; Beekie and Samuel Reinhard Bible Award to Susan Roth; and the Saul Porush Nach Award to Esther Azulay. Also PTA Sen ice Award to Fanny Behar; The Isidore Laucr Fine Arts Award to Zvi Honor; and the Sidney Appel Character Award to eight*) prade student. Judith Rozer.cwaig. American Ix-gion God and Countrj Award to Miriam Greenberg and Sheldon Weiss fi r schi larship, and to Lawrence Kuczynski for athletic ish War Veti rans M %  %  Posl essaj test or • S s %  man of tl K %  t h %  oi were dis'ti WIDOW DESIRES TO SHARE HER HOME with working or retired lody. Rent tree in exchange for companionship. Phone 661-0409 %  %  • Swirsky. and R> an Dei to Louis Merwitzer, pros enl the Academy, by Mindy Phillips The first copy of "Chaverim. the senior class yearbook, was presented to Rabbi Gross by St. ven Shantzis. business editor. Excerpt from the Bible was read by Gilah Bercer in Hebrew, and Esther Babouri in English. A specially written script. "Tor ah Im Dereach Krctz" was presented by Richanl Kaga, Zvi Honor. Susan Roth. Judy Rubin and RolxMt Greenberg, "In Tribute to Teach era" was presented by Minam MeL : '. In his addri Rabbi Alexander S Gross princip.il declared. 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Friday, Ju'.v 16 1st lh rMW Page 14-A Today's Though*: Russians are Bent on By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Dereligionizing the Jews T HOSE RUSSIAN anti-Semites Denv it though they wUl, the Russians' seem to bo bent on dercli lionizing the J*ws. Y ld d ', s n writers were hounded during the Stalin regime. And after Stalin went, we had hoped that anti-Semitism would go too. But it would seem that though Krusohev would smile, there was animosity beneath that smile And then Kruschev went in that process of Wf* lerious evWHMUCe which has given rise to the ui.lp that in Russia the most popular reference volume is called "Who Was Who. anti-Semitism Itoi" Obstacles and difflthe spirit of Judaism. And now throughout our land is hJM*e of protest against Russia tor its persecution of Ju I'm We have ral.io ^d demons^t.ons I hes and visits to our official, and even i'uted State, Senate passes a resolution condemning the Russians. Some American Jews are a bit uneasy about a |l ,his activity for a rather odd reason It is not that they exculpate the Russians; they don t. indeed, and tho As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Controversy Over Anti-Poverty Fund: E ZEKIEL 16:49 is offered in a churchirTs guide for fighting the batth 000 poor peop %  .:,! under.) And what is written in Ezekiel is worth rep. aim, .,. the new Populist %  taking foi m %  •Bell Id this v as the guilt ol your Sodom she and her (laugh•• rs had pride, surfi il ol food, and prosperous ease, bul did not aid Ihe poor and needv The poor and needy in America, including those rep resenting third generation folks on welfare lists, are ing it out with City Hall in Cleveland, Philadelphia Boston, and many other cities. They want to have more say ai how the $8 000.000,000 in currently-appropriated antipoverty funds win be used. If by next year, some S3.000.000,000 will be available, tbej wanl to be consulted on that distribution also. Inspiring this demand is not only an understandable pride on the part of those intended to benefit by the government funds but also a .-eaivfi for a built-in po> the lat • ss as Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Buber: A Thinker fcJARTIN BUBER was a great '" Jewish thinker and philosopher, lie W8C the editor of the firs' Zionist publication when the move ment was directed by Theodore Herzl He was a man who can be viewed from many angles It is too early to predict what history will ultimately account his most important aspect, but certainly one of the mosi interesting things about him was the way he transcended and overcame the dividing fences of faith. He made Jerusalem again speak to the world as in the days of the prophets. The word religion comes from the Latin religio meaning "to tie together.' but history shows that it has more often separated and antagonized. Buber was one who brought together. Maimonides influenced some of the non-Jewish theologians, as well as the Jewish. Rashi had an influence on Luther's translation of the Bible into German, but perhaps not since Bible days has a Jewish religious thinker exerted so broad an influence on the non Jewish world as Buber. Such theologians as Reinhold Niebuhr and Paul Tillitch have at least read and praised him. When Buber came to America last. h'audience included man) ol other faiths and of other colors, The essence of Buber's thinking is a kind of tying up of • 1 and Thou." To him, life is a greal and continuil ie of man and God and man and man. Todaj thi ord dialogue is heard on all Bides It owes iti mmencement to Buber li it is a fad, is a gooi :• tetter to have a dial than shoo: j Buber wa randfather Sblomo ,; (bar, a scl ed for bis studies ..i rabbinic Irashim. The Midrashim are verj close to the %  lore in the Midrash, the rabbi and maggid took the drier prosaic mat. rial and infused the poetic imagination into it. Galicia, too where the Bubers : ti strong* >ld ol Chassidim and here toe was another element to appeal to the i tinning mind Ol young Buber. He had to go through the agonizing periods of revolt, too. v.hen he was Bar Mitsvah, he showed us defiance by delivering his speech on Shiller scarcely a proper theme for men an occasion The 1 bassKbc digi evived him. He becami quainted with those God-intoxicated men the Baal Sliem lov. the L.ibl.ner Seer. Rabbi Klunelech men who, seeking GI. had also come dose to the heart of man. ern v lection against allowing Citj Hall to u-< ., spanking new kind of pork bi Much of the controversj i < er .vcrtj pr gram centerin man John V Lin %  y rk, we will all learn moi PAW r sti uggle Watching the fight unroll, we will come easii so much %  : th i I .., io years sprin lai %  from • ur und< trfients m the are. arty, heavj thinkerin the i have long since opted tor a concentration % %  %  on thi ssues And v l the dimensions and shapes an e sti ,i povertj in modern America? Michael liar nngton. who has moved rapidly into the slot ol Xumber i authority on poverty, estimates lha( having Ihe poor with iiis costing this affluent natioi a year He arrives al this staggering figure by toting up all thai w< spend maintaining povertj on federal, state, and local levels Harrington, the eloquent champion of the "invisible poor," haIxen going about the country pleading for the expansion of minimum wage coverage, hike.in social security, a wider unnv for medicare, and all out efforts tn improve education for the poor. Economist Leon II. Keyaerling has given us this graphic breakdown of America's 34,000,000 poor. 52 percent relied deficient education. 44 percent live in the South. 40 percent reflect excessive unemployment. 29 percent reflect female family, head-; 2" percent reflect aged family head-. 2."> percent are non-white, and 15 perient live on farms in applying the apthDovsrt) mane) to tindeplor able picture. Sargent Sbriver and hiaides are putting hundreds ol teen agers to work tinsummer, placing much emphasis on remedial education and job trainin. vanning -mall business loans, and astablisbing our domestic Peace O And certain alert congressmen are minding ihe store :n Washington by trying to nuke it impassible henceforth lor AlabamaGovernor George C Wallace ur any other regional satrap to veto localized anti-poverty programs sel up with federal funds but unpalatable to state polit IcaJ bosses because local political favorites have been bypassed, the Russian bias against (be Jews extends •vest | ntern8 tional arena, with Uie Soviets siding i the Arabon important iMtfM The uneasiness derives from what might Cited a paradox lM The paradox is that BV I participant in efforts to permit Ihe Russian i %  to palionue his religious activities does not run. bother to participate m religious activitra in Gauntry The complaint is that Russian .-yoago* aic empty Ala-, mans American synagogue* vutuallv empty, ajwodnned often by the very pee who built them, paid for them and administer u*-.r affairs The cry Is that Rwsfian children ckm t %  • eh-nce to learn about their faith Alas, m. American Jewish children care little about then faith through choice rather Hun through duns* Perhaps, however, the momentum of gain. which the lack of opportunities tor Jewish trai: in Russia idenied Will "lake the dccricrs de to take advantage of the owortunittes open to Jews m this country There are different ways <>f undermining a lie one wa) ito stigmatise Ihe worship] H a} i s to abstain from worsl trove of Judaism in R •, Pi rhaps while we lanv njjcr ben • nti d we ) be ea Ji Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLA Ambassador Ivaty T HE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT i in this b.i--aiiiu There ham Herman >'" ington 'lluir is country l>> thi ail..; Israel < iivov i Ambassador ((•may. Uraeipermanent rep live at the United Nntiana And L \mrrsmjrtltr kalricl hat/. Israel Q -ul Geojeral in -New York, who is nctt it ly Israel > envoy to New York Jew ; largest Jewish community in the world Leader%  ., Jewish groups in Nee York will mam Ambassador r\*ti ,| who will IMleaving the Unsted Stales tlus juonth come Israel's Ambassadsjr in Moscow During his term of Bjarviee in New York, he h greal adnuratUO. In hi* quiet but very pieasair *av. bi VHMEked tirelessly to >trengthen tit. link of trie rusting between the various groupui New York -i< and Israel HQs prasenee wm fel: at even iaap Jewish gathe rin g and his public appearanceaaatii Ihemselves i>; umpiicit) ta.t -inl alartnm His ha.attracted to him not only Jewish leaders ed m heipin Israel but also Jeuuh literary nei main u.ti:. -^are i ultural Hinew po-t m Moecew is not the lirt d.p. he has held in a t cuuntr> He reel' Clw i Ufaires m Budgpeel for three >• was later Israel's Unbassador to Pound A i ation be i as i member ol a Dbbuti years prior Io estaMiahsMBM of Israel ite jom^l .iiin-i;> (or Foreiga Kltgm in I;HJI and has ripce n various jsiti>n ,.f Secre Ihe GeuetasBenl ai Lscael whU-bhchvid lor three y Oft the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Rise Seen in U.S. Literary Creativity fJESPiTE THE reports ol pesti mistic social scienUsts, we set a definite rise in Aroerkai ish literal-} creativitj i here are those \\h<> claim thai thi ai i iltui it ion ol Jews within r scene makes anj I distinctive creative Jewish I uli : reali2i can climate n lerature thai %  I ; ,. t f u tun Recenl rs have n • .hcation of Jewish ..it Has son lie Jewish .1 acl innual will show thai Ihe n ,n, i irvej of American ie d in the Jwish Hook \ ven the character OJKI hnttoo ithin which American Jr i have not don,.11 eithei i inot the pJat I'. .bat atoei Ji • In literal %  • %  A, io bo %  • • I •:. 'i t than honi This new interest maj be attributed Io sev h Ol local Jwish ,„-. .„,' -actiMtv durui" ,u h BOQk Month „ Book Monti, throughout the %  facti is countrj ., %  i •i„ recent annui ...IIICll Ol • are is KOOkhahjen al %  round wrote: am '" .1 i have hettd H the imag< i I the peo| %  lion 'lor, • m fact is sort that N rai ateri th Ii w pro* it paid the peopli there :DO Wi still rend ixmkand • bujeks Jewish litersrj i: nagnj • %  m quest tor i' decedas of the iwi virtually dominate %  %  (n*aVi nnas ma nnuina) %  U 'Sc, —



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Page 14-B 16,000 Convert to Judaism in Decade SEW YORK JTA) Conver. -m in th^next few weeks ipledinth. '-'"; I bv the Federation oi Relie form Synagogues estunated Synagogues here. iat, during the past decade i %  :udv. based on 10 years of con. form Judaism has converted ab.nit LEGAL NOTICE Friday, July NTI FOR DADF I uOR'DA '. ERY N LEGAL NOTICE >URT FLOR D~ ;ATL \ VI* NOTICE TO CREDITORS I version ctaa* wed thai <••* 16.000 people, This figure^ he said. versions have become more readily "has sharply increased dun.it the ac eptoble; that converts are ex past few years by several nuntremelv devoted and dedicated dred so :tiat today OUT annual figmembers of the Jewish faith with a ure is well over the 2.000 mark. large majority joining synagogues; MARIA 'MIX' KZ %  A7AJI BZ. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION ,-.. MAR1 V I I'ISA IMiMIS ... \i:i.\/'.'ii:z 1. If Si hHK !"••' % %  '"' .... %  i tin %  lalm % %  < iv. I.. N.I,ll.nl •! .1 lad Vdf ARK HKRKHY >m-*telnt for ntvorm %  i.i.l %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN \. K R M v \\ • %  h .. i--i.i i ;.•• • Mi 1 -I. %  > %  Raj H Utai •ii. I 'at -.. • main I %  da .. i .i. i, ...II ..11.! J '"' 1 and that marriage accounts for 90 percent of the converts. Th report, covering the years 195444, stated that the classes, which were initiated by the Fedration a decee'e ago, had grown in enrollment from less than 100 to more than 300 annuallv. He observed that, based on the registration statistics and information gathered throughout the country, "90 percent of the Jewish conversions are due to marital reasons." On Dec L9. 1!<63. the Federation began gathering more comprehensive data mi persons registering for This vear from Januarv to the conversion das-.-, including fam die of June. 150 students enter ily background former religion, the course 45 men and 105 affiliation and Jeww* background. ., oi this group. 91 comnletal As a result, data gathered between nine-week in basic JuDecember 1983 and December'M64. sm and their ( < ihowed thai ol 295 registered stuRev Abraham Caiish Dies Ai Age 72; Retired Cantor dents, JO.-) were women and Ihl* -Hi %  %  1 |i |.K VTIIKKM >\ 1, pk .. %  thi I'll ill 1 ">urt lij .1 .1 M:I.S-.\ i. rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \l ITII'I ; • ei The rel • ound d< the %  1 re K 1 • Re\ n 1 tholic. 21 Prol nt. 20 Abraham Is July 6 Mel 19 Episci pali; n 18 Lu • • of 72 theran. 12 Presbyte t.he re %  %  .., (her Prot• • ago, live • lember lacob Syna1 Helen; two sons N rman and Joseph; a jhter, Mrs. Zelda Jacobowitz. i Miami: a brother, Rober! Karklin of Baltimore: two sisters. Mrs Helen W a r a n c h of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Lena Levcnson of Baltimore; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Sen ices were held July 8 in Gordon Funeral Home. 1 ROSENBERG. Louis, nt 102*1 E Raj 1 1..-1-.11! Dr., ill.'d .III'N 9. Hervleen %  n l*p,viil-ii.'.. 1:1 Blaabers GOLDBOSS, I |la. of IS23 Wa-hlnston >v. died jiiij h. Rlvet-alde LANGEL. PblHp 1:.. >::. of 714 lull PL, died July til. l: ,. d. KIMMELSMAN. Martin, nf %  :: % %  :. Baj Dr.. ,ii...i .1 ii u njv. raid. GOODMAN. H'illlani II "., nt tei T'-ih M .li. .1 .1 ifj 8, ni.-isli.-ri:-N't-wI LEGAL NOTICE C'RCU T COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 65C I'fl'HMXR IM'AX N I:I.\ ix I'll \XKf.ix i 'i: \.\ • ', %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V>l\ BI.VIX KRAXKIJX lKAX Itwi.l, nee I'nknow n, lilii .I in ,1 I'lipj c.f >•.'.: |l|. V .i;.|..i'i: I I,-.I aKaltlNl \,,ll on riaintiiTV allorney, I'HOKiSE NU'lll',.M |l IN THE COUNTY JLDC.ESC %  IN AND FOR DADE COl NTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67-W8 B I M il'.KM \ I • \' S, NOTICE OF PROBATE ; in: ST \ 1 v %  ,:i < |\ TIIK BS rvn: OF lKN 1 i.. I. %  -ti inn. nt 1 a-l H I ... n %  | 1 Alnidi %  i\ THE COUNTY .LDGE'SCOIRT IN AND FOR Vf-C COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No r S66-A NOTICE TO fREOITP' > • • • • ••Hi V I III I l'i..•!.!., III. 'HI.I.T f..i aah '• %  %  -I II II HI. I 1 Ii. nl.\ Ma i "> % %  1 ., \i ... 1 Bl Ml.' I ACK-H IS VAN UNK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L*W \ hi: is 111*11 .'. di-al ln ii. .... UTVIIBl. l%ol' • a %  1 %  1 > %  •> s ;•': us %  N THt COl NTs jiDCf IN AND FOR DADE CO FLORIDA N PROBNo '""-' C 1 i\n NOTiCI %  %  %  SKAS IIA." %  til nt. %  v. 1 11. 1. I.\ rninniit n.1. -I M\ ealaffMffflr montha froti lh< %  1 -1 -1 inihlii ... n ..1 Mn. 11..ii,-. iu if un> >..-.i .an. lii ili, .1. lion .-I >.ii• i'Uly I'lVrk T lli-23-3", 1. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55536-C Clerk I I" SMITI An ..ili. -\ for l'.\. • inrix US I'...-, mar) \-. • nu< H'.-M Palm |:.-a,|i. l-l'ii-ldM COHEN. Sol, SO. n| |4H XE "-1 \%.,N Kl: r>lal. ol .li.-.l .lulv Rlvfii XATH.VX FfRMAX. a.k/l HORWIT2. Ha 1 1: T> .Mi S NAT I'I'II.MA.N IT. .11. ,1 .1 ||) TANNENBAUW. Rlvi i 1 .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  Ii KJIMA 11 BALUXRn I •• 1. II.!.,n• UIT FOR DIVORCE in-: %  :(-jii. 1 I,, KMXIA J4 I:\I..M:II I.. 1 Ii :,,-. %  NOTICE UNDER Votj l'\IM\ M I.','!\I:|I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1,. i.. •,.,. < • .. KIII „I NOTICK \H HKKKHT OIVKX thai ni.ilT-li'li. J. il.-imi: 11. • I mil NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L • V. -i 11*1 "TV %  ','. • mc I-• lltana Nr v.K 1 lUNrTI'RK Bl ;:• %  u. iM.|n Roa Mtai I* 1, .. j • %  .; %  • ii. 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9>ylstr*rtfi*r ?nge 6-A t 1. 8 < e r A 'moire Stale Clb Meets p m hor< and nnn m. \ arc invited old fashioned moviea wiD be -cd Gershwin Pytrirons fo Meet Refahrr senri montWj meetli the Genie Gertfiwin Km-htol PvtMM Lod 8 e N h, M "" Monday, J %  '" P m %  '' le Community C e n i %  r New I? & ChaneeH rCotnmandei Di Oscar Ruskin HH I'" agenda will intrude plans membership dri < %  an ••in the b ai • ol dire< I i Friday. Jury 1Local Eyeman Win Address Institute \ i o ( .i i uptuinetiM vited to a dUWM the Remedi m. i being b* ,i ..K OoHaSi %  D a > tonj I h last ••* Dr Robert T..nner I i ,,t it,.Dade Count) %  • Vocialk>n and chalrn i hildn n Remedial Rea nut tee WW invited '•• %  ,\\ director of the Iij^.. Count) Reading CUnic, to In the i %  VMS. Dr Tannei lopk %  uon Problems and Rend abilities .i nil "Daatge* Teachers Con !(• ,Them Sorfina oood-bye to children gcinq to Camp remote N School and fouth Stoop s Rabbi Eugene leadw z: iheTemi rrr : remple Ner Tamid which ~: the ramp this =u~~e: Stud "ere :: -he:: ratstanding rhip cmd *** T0V L sre %  Gross :t..-. Freeman Back row •' %  ; -ector o: ^ Temple Beth Shirah To Install Officers At Biscayne Terrace J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 31 GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS 101 E 614 DADE FEDERAL BUIIDING FIAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, HA Ft 15631 • PR 7-1671 ~ rar • net • %  "" -e W•man! • Jack I -ecret3r Da; in; : rum ial Leo -chlachter. treasurer. David %  '. Sigel. Al K Rosen Parness S SUnle) Ha! pern '' Morris %  %  -%  '• Sulzberg Miltoi M lei Hamme! Jack dinner chairman wifl present the Jack Stanlej • ktnda • • i • ;i l! he BY wtatandins temple workers daring 1 the Reservation. ma> be made at the I c.'k'i.iy9 p.m.. or with Jack FMinser of Dol in_•• %  •in Da Wand Mall ST.UILIGIIT HOOF C NNER-DANC NG N SM'LY ~0 ~-z V_S C OF MAL MALKIN HiS PIANO AND HIS ORC : ; 3 A fttur -7 SUE LAWTON S.ce-c Cc Dining fMeSTARUGrTTLOl'NGE^aZ igv ttw Rafatl Poms on Accordion '.: Co>tr, '-. %  urn DOR n th ocean ai Wh Street. M anl Btac* ^\ Rt :w/reO JE : -. SANTA WORKS HERE CAR LOANS AS LOW AS 4%* C • M -'e-est ra!a Cftafes sair*** lor Mr Mo LOM Dei': I <-<^*1 it pays! No hi* ym M the w-re NM yajajr CKDIT CROWS' T-e cc-.e" **:? c* c.' center cify leet!;— c .s *- J^vi-'Jge :' *5 Bafk-f Se'i res i~i ^8" *' — ~ -"'^ Iff FEWSON S NEW CONCEPT m :.'• j i OneStop Bwk ... JEFFERSON 2 6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BA\; M'AI -, 41st Street & Pine Tree Drive 32 SUN ^Wf 65 DC tf£7lr7 >1 C4r? $15 DODGES %  %  Wl( 6< mi •• 301 23rd Street Miomi Beoch Ph. 532-5502 SAT. 2:00 PJW. SHOW TON/Tf 8:30 PJM. r Lasi 2 Days z v, KENNETH NELSON LESLEY STEWART STo? "ME W<*IP IWAHTTbGETopp COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant A Art Gallery f "\ 3500 Main Higrlway. Miami HI 5-2581 I" • J WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BfST P/CTU8E *IX HABBiSOS, 8fST ACTO" CfOSGE CUK0B, BfST 0/8fCT0 AUDREY HEPBURN^ REX HARRISON. majniH tmi Fine Appointed To National Group Martin Fine chairman .( t: ami li sing A il loril to the Advisor) Committee %  >( the l"-S H Defng and Home Finance V b) Ri*er ( U %  %  %  Tins in U An •• Fuv .>. %  %  'jrbar: &f %  Tic-i :eto. I.W.„I nnc mmm MM || LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BIACH JE 21702 -E SCA.E EVENING rf.fOIMANCIS MATINEE rE0MANCEI MO-C. h s ,. ,...., Thurd, S "* •" MM)


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F;ge 2-B +Je1sf fkrkftor %  x M ion %  Trances JL^chntan We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK When there is an old Shirley Temple movie on television, Lois Greene has a feeling ot nostalgia beenuaa thai was the way *e used to wear her hair when she was an adorable five-year-old model for newspaper advertising in Boston. Mass.. where she was born and brought up. The highlight wus when she won a Shirley Temple contest Lois" curia were real; they didn't have to be put up on curler* She loved to play with dolls and paper dolls Her playmates grew accustomed to hearing her little voice saying. "Let's pretend LOL> went to Smith and then graduated frcm Byrn Mawr. majoring in English. During her coldays, she wai active in dramatics and journalism. Her moth er moved to Miami after Lots lather died durum her last years in e Lois mel her future husband, Harold Greene, whin she came to Miami fur a Summer don before she 311 out fot the big city. New York, to carve out a career for herself She worked I r a bcok advertising agencj Harold went to New York, too. Later, they returned to Miami to be married, then back to New York to live Bu: the) didn't stay there lony. After six months, they returned here to live since both of their families made Miami their home Lois, an inbred Yankee, never expected to live in the South—but here she is. adapting herself to Southern ways as u she had lived here all of her life, and slowly but surely that Boston ac cent is fading Lois m rked in advertising for three years until the birth ol their in-; child. Stephan. Then she did some free lance advertising, but along cam.Bobbj and Jonathan. £ hasn't felt one pan of remorse at leaving the business world since her days are too full. One Ol her hobbies is plavin • the piano She was quite an accomplished musician, wh gc teachers wanted her to continue with music as a maj but her mother, who hersell was a fine pianist told her to play lor herselt and not as a professional. Eventually, Un hopes to study again, but now she pla\s purely for the pleasure of herself and her family. Every once in a while. Lois taketime out from her busy household to enroll m a course or two The last was literature, and this year, she thinks that it will he either Art or Harmony at Dade Junior College Cookmg is not a fetish with her. but reading is. The Greenes are charter members of Temple Sinai, and this Near Lois wi\\ work in programming with the Sisterhood She is also a member of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Society. Harold 1a recently-elected Metro Commiseiooer The w "' "'""'" '"•? "V '" i"X sit'on (ran Cnrtni institute when -he graduated in 1U63. Mi cheie became the only woman to receive a masters degree at the Philadelphia School in June. Cur til studen.s are accepted on % %  scholarship basis only. The gifted pianist a ISO won the International .1 0 h a n n Sebastian Btch competition tor piano id Washington, 1) C. this year. Coranoting with 30 puni-ts from 14 countries, she carried tt a ca-h first prise ami a chance to appear in a recital at Georgetown I mVI -:l: At the end ot a tu.. hi ill concert speansng five centuries ol mtktic. -he \\ as accorded a stnaV •i from tinaudience Daughter "i rjr, and Mrs Her bert l | Sw 63rd ct and nil i e ol Mr and Mrs. Herman Rubin ii Miami Beach, MM he i v as presented at the Km.Baj Del itante Hall in December Friday, July 16. 1953 Di Lehrman tc Preach "Moahe Sharett — In llnmoriaajt] will IKthe theme of Di IrvfcJ Lehrman'i sermon at the regulan Temple Knianu Kl Sabbath ServifJ beginning at a.m on Saturdai morning MtCNEtf tEVm Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman. past idem oi the National Women's League has been named by the United Svnc goque of America to the preall-male Synagoque Council cf America. Sour Cream and berries? Summer meals taste brighter ; with __<+> iced Tetley Tea! 1-6551 (maVij; nnas ma nitxtni) Male iced tea /*uantl) :th i Ictlty Tea • nd bracing aihe %  nesi tea should he' 1 %  I I DtSIMUTCI „ OFFICIAL TC* N *0RL0 SF.lt K.!> "* 9K H means Kosh Cartil Kosher ana Pr„ S Raw,, J#coto c L / hl voi'NG 'SWtL 991 iNe inn a "Simmered tutto-di-giorno ta'am!" Chef BojAr-Oee uses 1 miiturt of Engii^ti. kalian tad JewiUi to tell you that r, (wand rew sauce hjj 'Simmered ti\ Ui flavw!" CHEF BOY AR 0EE MEATLESS SPAGHEni SAUCE So rich m fivof. you'd thirrtt you'd cooked it in di; Wio elie but Chef Boy-Ar-Oee could create so Much fciimuche ta'am in 1 meatless sauce -home grown tomatoes. 0010ns and spices, enriched w.th the ltaban touch ol pure olive oil Dflioous with spaghetti, omelets meat loaf. BRAND NEW! in • ecloseabli jars'6 M. M g 29 ot Young Israel Elects Saperstein Nathan Saperstein, Se York iit torney, was elected president ol Ihe National < 'outK il ol Young Is rael ;it the 1 rganization's 53rd an mial convei the Pine View tel Fallsburg, N Y lasl Sundaj \|ni-,th.-m v '• %  rcpre senring 50,000 V'oung Israelites in [OS -%• iters from the l/nitecl SI il nd Mexico Ltartk 11 ated in ththree-da) %  mention Dr Zeracti Wai I Winbter oi ReHgioaw %  • Ihe -' te "( Israel, delivered lAe keynoti Ihf i .MI\ fiitioii Sarx rstein, an active participant in numero in munity endeavors, succeeds Rabbi l>^\i organaa4jon u>\ the post ;i' ir j ears Judge Edward Klein Speaks for Beach Democratic Club Wall} Chock executive life presi dent. Democratic Club "t Miami Beach, annauneai that Hat next niaeting ol the 1 enb is tctaedub for WedneMtay, 8:30 p.m., in thi Sea tola Hotel GUTSl >l<-:ik,-:\' ill be Ji uarrl F Klein Hfa topic Legislatit e I hw 1 Affect Criminal I gathered for you Miriam Field $ commend the pubtk-ipirited %  %  in whii h Brooklyn department Abraham & Strata eele brmtn n /( III .! %  ll 1 I 'I'' I ''' *""l>h' chHdWn'i (arm. roiintkm) with silo ui'J !"•' anonals, %  •< /' %  M l\„k limitUanhaHammmam ,,, the lam Om not II' rbert I ..;,.... •-'• r hiitirti %  /oo m Central Pi l-nxaaa 1 p*oa* a fan I .A II all ha looi 1 oxooking frost) > ORAMCE RUM COFf ii GWSM c-o su*a %  cu; Chats i Sanhorn Instant • %  mgi p' •••• %  • I; tsp rum art o ktem rest** L t>e cinw amw 1 nmhim Mi2Ji nh< \\*x A Sjnln IIMMM ( OOet. aa tiaM wun part \> in Jin tni kiimantna tt nt p.. ( m-h iiilUt rmvliin. s|>-* ml.1 \hrrH 1 ^IJSM-V lup rmh nh iirmatiMin iiram. S*r>c wilfc %>,• Mraaa 1.. 1. taattcitatta p r i i Head a % %  ^ boot 1 / (•";.'! dtpptnt •'" exalte />.. them foe WHW ,.• ,.1. ii.ii' %  \,' M Hiih ksh % %  at I read Hi'ii'tn n h) tH'iiai %  met %  %  I tu pa A I Man> oi thete intntjutatj rosipta : :'. irtatttn Jan COOti I Ol example: I iiuiln Dtstbxl Isnta appkat >iutexl • t hacks Saudi ^raWanlnw • Pooi Maat .. lai (cstsunsa bcrginc, Rumanian st>ln), 1 Mogel l .1 voluptuous UWcau i v ( reok rcmptatKM ed by I 1 \ now try til %  Uad. THE EMIR'S JEWELS from Tians-Jordan % %  n peppf %  ii-t niih I.IIHMI JIHI oeaatji MRrta It .ii-ii v.i.i otht < ttaasat Itts (hi. it iimri (urn. 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lay. July 16. 1965 Jfeniflft DorldHnri Paqe 7-A Mapai Party Sets Up Expulsion Plan Continued from Pago 1A anything factual," ho taid, "I ill hopo the split is not final." now expected i<> be undertaken in separate independent lists in local the nexl few days uona and in the elections to be At the same time, however, the held soon i>\ Hiatadrut, the Israel Ben-Gurion faction was not onlj rederation ot labor. ; with the Central Commit preparing i<> announce ;i separate • stand .matter of record, acl list in the i lections to the Knesset. '" "" "' i 1 ">"1"""'' on e*Pl steps (or the expulsion ol Mr but many <>f its members wen sion, the Ceatral Committee r Gurion and his followers are also | ressing for the formation of iterated its old stand m the effecl thai formation "f local and national lists OUtside the party with mit the pHit>> consent constituted %  •.I direct breach <>f tinparty's constitution it bald thai such eparate action ia tantamount to •an act oi party division It t would automatically forfeit his right t<> remain within the organisation framework ol Mapai or to repreeenl the partj it appealed to Mr Ben-Gurion "to recognise the *i cial responsibi which he bears now" and to frain from pursuing his pla i I the establishment of a -n in election list It asked him "to turn to the rankof the part) V i We have over 30 years of mortgage experience at Chase Federal. May we help you 'with your mortgage needs ? %  •*" STATEMENT OF CONDITION • JUNE 30, 1965 ASSETS Cash U S Government and Government Agency Bunds t 19.396.179 06 \ A fc FHA Insured and •ed Loans 3816535438 Conventional Loans 1 20.226 432.54 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts. ral Home Loan Bank Advance Loans on Savings Accounts. Stock in Federal Homl Loan Bank i Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium Buildings Equipment li Parking Lots • Real Estate Owned Other Asaets 158 391.786 92 457.91J.12 1.478.000 00 1,124.712 91 2.634 246 75 276 032 08 658.863 31 Loans in Process. Advance Payments bv Borrowers For Taxes, Insurance. Etc Deferred Income. Other Liabilities Reserves and Surplus 1163.8 7.000.000 00 796.273 17 1.444.696 80 506 891 16 119.883 J6 10,652.265 32 TOTAL $184,416,733 14 TOTAL S184 416 733 14 t r/a% TOTAL CLOSING COST on home mortjages. ,,. cum i CHASE FEDERALa> v i M • a AND LOAN A a a o c N MAINOFFIT imrotmwAPOMHrMMiATttaB • ARTHUR GODFREY ROAO 4?5ATSHIR.OAN • COIUNSAVT ATTEST suft'sior KM HABOMG ;*• | M ZZ3jlWHCUTil • MU1H0A0t.l..KlN0ALL0a.AI U .$.. • 0AOE COUNTY PHONl it 174.1 BROWARO COUNTY PHONt JAJQ7M ^



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tl N N in C tli l.i J.N SI Oi M CU tx At Page 12-A +Jti Sermon ... Week CAHDUUGHTlNG JIM! 'amuz — 6:55 p.m. { l U cc/ccua -I ,A\ %  SYNO %  %  %  .. =>t I Rot0F TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK BALAK %  %  K 1(01 R.ibm R '" ird v ''" t; Seymour Hikes %  Cantor I % %  ion "i Ave OrBETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortno dox. Rabbi Solomon Schilf. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein Fridaj 6 p.m. Batura*} '•• • "' Ml "eha 7 p m, %  ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. %  ETH KOOESHT UOTSW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. RaBbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An. • ETH MOS~H~E CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Diecie Hwy. Conservative. IFTH TF'LAH. MS Euc'id Ihodox Rabbi Joseph_E. Rackov.ky ,E>H TORAH. loJtrr-St. and]E 11th Ave Conser. it.ve Rabbi Max Lip.chit. Cantor Ben-Zion Kir.chenMum ,... .i.,v g p m Saturdas '" %  a '•' %  • %  ,. m VNAI RAPHAEL. 140NW '83rd S, Con,e-vafve. RabB, Harold Richter. Cantor Jack l.erner Frida> 13 P "' Sermon: "Ho pood lv Are Your Tents •! Jai ibMl .i.v • MII ''': %  %  ; of Mr ind M l"aul W. B:3rt p m Cos* HOLLYWOOD TEVPLE 5 NAI 120' Heilbraun. i W ice refused to accom ,, ,,,u. the men; bul only the Numb HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER! H St Homestead. Conservative Ca St.. tor Pincus 8th nAloof. Mini'h.i ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th *fi*ConT.rv.t,v.. Rabb, Shmaryahu T svirsxy. Cantor Lou,. Cohan. IACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY JA SVNAG0GUE .532 wa.h.n.t.a Ave. Srthodox. Rabbi^Tibor H Stern. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1416 Euclid AvJ. Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfie.d. Cantor Abraham Seii. %  Setmon "The M with a Midianite woman jntmg of th. W.ekly Port.or, This recour of tht Law it •"• Hebrew Lesson 1544 Rabbi • M -• MIAMI BEACH ITZ CHA'M. Washmaton Ave Orthodox. Abraham Strassfeid MIN V O N AI R E^ C*0 N G R EO1ATIO N 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. \ ( r">andy Or Phmeai Webera %  re/*/i 111 %  • %  • • — I, i, avail**** at 27 Willi.ni^ St.. ^NBW York 5, N.Y. President o tho soci 5hen 9 old, and th. volum... ----disfribu ing th volum it Joseph Schlang. Rabbi vfotfn) nojan"iva p nn-79 ^jf V4 nnfl n-:y .tes ^in 3Ba Kannn 1 ? ,in*j n*? nn-n HT n*aai .z-rr-n Judging Charitably A story is told of Rabbi Lev. >HEV SHALOV Isaac, of Berdiehev. when he was min on his way to Selichot (the Peni tential Sen-ices held daily before the Jewish Now Year at the synae. and the Shamos was goin^ along with him They were u i THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT ,3'A*T12*J ing beneath the roof oi a house 11 hi le from the ram In this hous •, ,1 tavern where thiwes, thugs and drunks M uld con : iii-hili Irinking. would discuss and decide on their %  doings •|h, sh imos p. 'P 'd through the windo and sa a I and ol .o^aSfiatrDOxrvaunKaoa nothi %  • • • %  • 1 the table was I a\l km.: lying %  •Rabbi." said the Shamos to in Levi I-. a< see for yoursell how those wick d lews are drinking Irunk • Far be it." said Rabbi I'\ "Israel s a hol> pi They must certainly be eatin ce The Sh imos I it each one %  .i< with the 0 1 i e 1 • .,• ,---.... i Levi ,D ""1nr'pi D^naij. | saac ime to an agn tils b li i i.i vi Isaac '!''..•: %  an iking • • 1 lie: and Hai p> Nev Ve r 1 h • • e ich othei "Ni i tO I : 'Ml "If so." Rabbi Levi Isa flowed with joj "1 h > an pit ttn peni ir.ts and thi ; ai e %  11 fe ii t I" each other before Seli5£PHD'C JEWISH CENTER M! Collmi Ave. Rev. Cantor Safli Nah mia rEMPLE AOAirVfeSHUrj M. C J .ervative en lana B tor Ma %  Manv Rabbis Face 'Unique' Problems — • • MPLE BE.'" Or •' -i K"-1JI : b ^y DVfaw D'Jl zr -O'Sin z--::r: men fTm% vhsn f*sn a-asa Q"p "i. *?$ m t iaq %  7D1 XT. Vfffl ^Vl •]'" } %  %  "LE \. WO. 0^ •4ih Ave Reform .-::___._.. -.<"Z'.'Z .D" :: %  .•..• •i 1 ? "21 Tata n? ,l 7r .... T T .on Q-B-iij? ~s-;r .D'p-iD^D'iDiXD: :'^--: one* nNm aitf •;":•:-! m TEMPLE B : r H S H R 1500 S v\ St Recontt l •' •.. "' • IS %  i It St • TEVPLE BETH Ave lor Oavid Cons — • • 1 rV 81 St. Conservative. I .. • %  II -3 II .'.-'I .mrt T TX arX P'Sm"; chot in order i. enter %  •V? "ai^ -nix x^n r;-i ^y DDon 1 ? nn on pns* .nlaag rpi^r -^ "•at -mix rft-'jm en T • T : T 1? D'ypin on f^ pns" nj rx nj ^-ID 1 ? HS x"?x aiuh .HDID ni ? 1 D New Year with holiness and purity (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) F 19th st Relj'm Rah!'. Joseph R. Narot n 1 : MV Past Nat'l. Commander Guesl ol Town Halt forum "Are the Germans Guilty?" will be discussed by Daniel Neal Hell er. 1 o c a I attorney, past national commander. Jewish War Veteranchairman. Dade County Veterans Commission, for The People PLE JUDEA Liberal Reform. Per -o TEVPLE VENORAH 320 PV'rmj Ave R-IODI Morria Kip th St Bv RABBI E. HISENBERO Temple Beth Sholom, Lake Worth "What die ,ne unique problems of a rebbi in a small common ity?" 1 h •. \ e beet %  on th to • t> I bi in i I %  i %  %  %  I n t I < : % %  %  III al • in on | ease their intercct in the .,,.,,,, ,| init> and offer moral 1 hawserved in small commun :n the North, and wish to that there arc mat i-ljc.i HIand pleasures in serving the communit) in itspiritual le representative)* to tt* van* Robin Eisenbtrj %  %  %  ; h i N %  • %  one Tht 1 • [eels unwel • f hii • % %  ; : %  ;. II I affairs %  n has i place v. ind i the I .i Hebrew American • which evill lra Imp (he image and r e a ped of tlx Frequent viaita from headqual Conservative Rauui Mif ADramn,-eN and III educating the south Will. Cnlor Edward Klem. 1^34 Washington Ave Chain) Rose, moderator. Heller attended the Nuremburg Trials Question period follows D'B'n^nn Dn^ BJ*a^n nxn s i x ak Town Hall Forums on Fninix xm ^ ^HTI D^S? on pnr i)> ^iV na nlaan ^a nx ni 1 ? ni .ID:; -rr iD23 •n 1 ? *D"i x^na ]z DX on nn HDI nna& pny am ,QH"IDJ rnitfn ftsjg *&*? nr ^oa nr D'--.--; nw 1 ? wja^ na .nin^cn ...n^nDDi ntfnpa n^inn TEMPLE NER TAVID 80th St and Tatum W.ite'way. Modern Traditional Rarioi Euaen* Labovitz Cantor Saul H. B'eeh — • TEVPLE OR CLOM. Conjervative S755 SW 16th St., Miami R.iBbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman • TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI 1210O NE "6th Ave. R'torm Rabb. Daniel V Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale l.\ u .. %  |i TEVPLE TF.-RETH s m %  1 I commumties can the image of the rai>>i as representative . ,.,. ., A Coi lerval Cantor Bn D %  Rd • •' Wa %  TIFERETH ISRAEL. IMC N M lml Ave Conaervatlva. Rabbi Henr. V.'er %  problem whicl • %  lid rev ti i hers I %  • .,n help tual i' •' %  P his progi lorn to mdi I i ) the syni ep tl. Mit. of .' fta of our ance la ism with ho : espe< ctiona and uill set k help Ma; • %  • IM rti vot^NG 'SK.EL 9*o NE mat St nun until us till %  M i



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Page 6-B lenlstflcrWir Fnday. July 16, \%A LJOW do you go about shop%  ping for clothes?" was the lest on pul in loaders this week. i all have different guidelines lor baying at a particular shop. %  having :i couturier design for and we ha\ e various reasons for our shopping habits. Mrs Leonard Luris wants good • n 111 and thai HUMUS trained personnel, especiallj when she is in .1 fitting room i •./( needs chan sing, w :ili the c irrecl size brought 10 her She als e i tain tj pi stores for specialt) items, par• cularl) since m >s1 stores cai rj -• about thi sam< geni ral mer chandise. Consequently, u s nol onlj a case ol shopping where the sen-ice is good, bul also the return policy. This is important because occasionally, when you get home, a dress doesn't look as good nil you as ii seemed in the slot e or ii doi sn't coordinate as \'iu thought it would with other items in your wardrobe IkJRS. Gus Feuer said, 'I buy when I see something I like.' id she usuallj sees the item when in the store for some Other purpose She doesn't shop l"i any speeial event, hut puts her tbingl away as she lm\s them. and wears them as the occasion demands she never goes "just looking." but if she sees some thing that appeals to her she will buy it, Windows also atfrai t her attention, and are the reason for several items in her lobe There are very definite!) vorite shops for Mrs I where she gets a warm personal feeling, which she attributes t<> the sales personnel One ol her pet piv\ i is the s ileswoman who icold and haughty Mrs, Feuer is reluctant t" try out new stores frankly admitting her prejudice, and prefers to simp instead where she is known She also added that "if I can't find what 1 want in mj favorite %  hops, l just do without until thej gel something in." As far as couturiers are concerned, she considers them less sophisticated than in other fashion center.it the world MiFeuer tends toward tailor ed clothes decidedlj prefers tail suits, and for this ing winter is looking for evening gowns with jackets. The air eon ditioning is uatutll] adjusted low enough so that a light-weight covering of some kind is needed. • • M RS. Thomas H Gerard buys slnctlx on impulse There ino deliberation, no wondering about colors: if she likesome tiling, she buys it. She knowuhat styles look good on her and what colors do the most for her. and she always enjoys wear ing what she buys She contrasts her shopping habits Id those of her sister Mrs Marry Smith, who will go shop ping tor I wool suit, and will know precisely what she wantthi exact cut, a specific line to the collar, the weave she wants. ,n d the price -he is wtllin I i pa) And she ends up b) finding what oking for Mrs Gerard shops for summer and winter wearing most!) in the summer colors in the winter, am! verj t anj time She finds man) ol hi i tons, linens, and sleeveless wools to be transitional so thai wardrobe while sharp!) divided when buying, blindseasonally It seems I at n n do thing in common when shopping and that ithe) like %  sen ice. Tod I i induatrj is so highlj competitive that it seems like Mrs Feuer's oh.en ation that "Sail I" nel ithe key to shopping become a permanent < oi ation Hut most of us havi as man) diffi rent shopping I as we ha' e n a l< rs Crystal Asthmatic Group Presents Bus Children's Foundation T. eatment Cabaret Night at Algiers feature of lion Sisterhood A gala cabaret niht ,.t the j. Centre, was 10 present a bus to the Centre on i huradsq Funds for flw gii planned to transport the children to ichools and churches ol their choice, was r |b) Chapter memberand the giers Hotel sponsored b) Temp, unused balance, also to be donated Zion Siaterteod, will featur. to the foondalion. was to be pre ol a weekend at the hoe. lentedb) Mrs Helen Cowen. treesfor Saturday, .inly M, %  tarthkig] • 9 pni reaerveueaa me) Folhwina the 1 pm Ceremony, for the event with Mrs Mrs Hochberg was to preside at Breach %  ~M DEAR k. SPEED C10SSIHG LIMH it's even tougher for a visitor ";--' Htti. around. Remember-. '* easy to make a wrong turnortwoin.tr. %  to he.p them bk on their w just a little more anxious I re! irn. our visitora a debt of gratitude. Tourism's 1 to --er visitors il ;:;L;rt;;nb:;:;sr 1 ^^ 1 KeeD it in mind. *-*i gp Y < nd comp 1 to Have thai ^

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iday. July 16 1965 + trnltf Hr+rtlor MM. Jtrffft tTMf I he carried i l im aU .'i white or I p| anotis .Honor attendanta MN Faye | Mn Arlene Winter. J bridesmaid! were Gay I Shi ryn Gr< ene, Geri Frank : ink. 1, Paula Kichm.in ••,> Stelle. | -..in was Jeffrey Lehraar shers included Roberi Berts, !>! Manny FrankeL Michael | I ;i. Michael Oritt, Neil M i ,i. i Winter. J.-ff i v .vpage their return ti> this coun:r>. |r strrli .' hit>. ide will live :. horc he is a law •:. University of Florida. i iml MrMorion Mccle. i i ". Mi lian Ave he is %  I me I'niveraity and %  S %  • % %  Mptas Mu I'I.I -• ele la .' aradu it* of .• of Tulane Unii • I a i embt i Ol S I ritj lencz-Fine %  • led weddini • i alifornia new Mr • Lencz w ill In i ter I>r Coral Gables Reno Sue Fin< united in ri i p .. ul le fa Mr and Mrs Hem*) l } eption atl ndanl er< IAline Irs. Jt fire) Fine L i • -i man and •msmai -. E r w i n :;n the brideI %  \ 'ii the i %  i| and ii .. nt II he 1 nit er y %  iol i i Law %  I! v now n ijorinjj %  %  im ition al Ihe • • • Miami. fromm Philipson I'ndcr a magnolia laden canopy, Judith Tcna Philipson, daughter of Mr and Mrs trying s Philipson, 700 Riltmon Way, and Step .eMan Fromm were man c.l on Mil day. July II. Rabbi Mfn l Waxman conduct od Che 2 i lo k nuptials held In the Rend* tvi iR n oi he Da> i Williams tmenta and Hote I where %  rec ption and dinner followe I tin cert mony. • Im red al another rei i n in N' w Yo k They plan to live in Fl I.< N i For the we Win %  Fren< h di si "ne I str •\ length .' n of ni'i rti whit • French • :'k I II !> 'ii lace. The full-flai sk n featured a self scalloped hem I ne with each peak ending in :i n scr.e \ waist length jacket edg ed with self scalloping, e 1 b o w "h g\ c and a single strand of pearls, gift from the bride groom, completed the bridal ensemble In keeping with Danish tradition the bride earned a nosegay of red roses 10 which the Broom will add .i rose every annversary Bridal attendants were Mrs Al \in Philipson, Mrs Richard 'litlin and Ellen Fromm, the groom's sister. Joel Kaplan served as beat man and ushers included l>r Alvin Philipson, and Steven Philipson, the bride's brothers, and Richard (lit Im. Richard Gitlin. \ graduate of ("oral Gables High, Mrs Vr< mm at ended Boston I'niveraity where -he was Winter Carnival Queen, recipient of Judaea R*e Butler Outstanding 9tu dent \w ard. and a member of ROTC Court SOB of Mr and Mrs Paul Fromm. Brooklyn. NY. the bridegroom rad laU d from Erasmus High and ttendt d Boston Universl > where he vi rvi d aBU Year! w k busi ne-. manager and received the ilastic Finance Award. MKS. STfPHfN WOMM Rubin-Moss Ihe former Bonnie All • Moses chose a gown of lace over pcau de %  ii' and carried an heirloom Bible for her marriage to Leslie Alvin Rulun on Saturday. July 10. The Diplomal Country club was the setting for the evening cere mony performed by Rabbi Leon Kroniah. A rece p tion at the hotel f illowed the nuptials. Following a h.meymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live in Atlanta, Ga., where the bridegroom an accountant and the bride will teat h Both graduates of the UniM rs ty of N irth Carolina, new Mrs. Rubin is also ,i graduate of Miami B e i c h High M< r bridegroom ierved as treasurer of /eta Beta \\ %  ••! Ki i-11• r mas. AHTHUK tfvr Ti.u and bekmgfl to Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma, Parents of the nowlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Morton Mose-. 5003 Delaware Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs Myer Rubin, Atlanta. Bridal attendants were Arlene Rosen, maid of honor. Rhalda Kahn. Fdith Fayc Cohen and Phyl hs MechlowitZ, bridesmaids. The bridegroom's father served as his hist man and usher.included Ralph Kahn. Larry Cohen, Cary Rulun. Michael Moses and Robert Moses. $. (fSt/5 HNCZ \'.. MRS. USlll HUBIN FOR YOUR PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS eatOIFUU FMMONMIT KSIMEO, ASSORTU SIZES CMft %  Tablaa Taal. Li.. CHH SINar CMM Urai la* Daaca Floan Parionalizea S*rvic* RENTALS -AT TOOT SUVICE M TfUT Talephono 633 3281 %  790 M.W. 35th AVI., MIAMI 41, HA. FOR SALE ANTIQUE BOOK CASE and 73 Jewish written books, almost new, by famous authors. 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For the wedding the bnde chose an empire sheath m candlelight satin with white chantilly lace covering the g< n styled with a chantilly laee train bordered in candlelight -a in A graduate of Miami Hiirh. new Mrs Levy received %  degree in elementary education from the University "f Miami and is a member of the National Education Association. The bridegroom is an honor graduate of the University of Maryland. Now a senior at George•i wn University School of Medicine in Washington. D.C., he is vice president of l'hi Delta Kpsilon. media! fraternity Follewing a wedding trip to Jamaica. Mr Levy and his bride will live in Silver Spring. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • KEPAHIKS Serving D*W County Ovar 75 Vaara Till S.W. 14th ST. Nl 6-904 in lli\-n*s a dififrti'nt*' ... try ours! 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*!<§ %  nrrMtor Friday. July Page 12-B i n :i : tilfciXftiXu: ;> r> IIM Seminary Library Names Silver i in Miami Beach Hadassah members, some of them accompanied by their husbands, participating in the Hadassah Spring Tour, stand at the new Hebrew Universitv-Hadassah Medical School. Left to right are Mrs. Shirley FreeHadassah Members Attend Dedication berg. Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman. Mrs. Madeline Kottler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bloom, Mrs. Ethel Goldman, Mrs. Betty Frank, and Mrs. Blanche Rubin. By Special Report %  %  v Simon G t ice chant" He succeeds Vdn Le L Stra iss. • "" Librarj Board Silver, a • %  i lent ol Seminary's Ti : ''' long been interested in the Sem inarj Ubi %  ) Sim • 1857 h served as ohairr I "" ,| of (>\ er ers i m m I >" 'he Lilian-. Silver is an attornej. ner in the firm ol Silver, Saper stein and Barnett Since 1937 I e has also served as vice presidenl nml chairn an ol the executive com• h it .1 graduate of NM Y*,| y, where he w* s to Phi Beta Kappa, and o: .-' b i University Law School member of the Board of Tr^] tees of New York University ; vr recently donated to th u, versify the residence cen-,. which bears his name. Fstablished in 18HT. thi I co .sled \ 5.0 j .> %  • slexandcf Marx j irian in 1904. Stl IUM i~ I %  • the %  %  .'• %  gi ition, and a large number if its hundreds M research projects ire supported bj the I' S Government and American foundations Dr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Meitus (light) and Mrs. L. Silverman attend the dedication ceremony of the new Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School building in Jerusalem. i r -H — —jiiii /, i— JO* —~— %  m Welcome Wagon International, a -1 i over 5,000 hostesses, has mort than thirty years e3erience in fostering good will in b.s -ess J 1 community life. For mora infra* ti.'i about ... Welcome \agon HI 8-4994 Wn.COK£ NEWCOIIEWI UH BM coupon u lat yt knar ,-t Nm Hotm •" —_ D Please have the Welcome Wagon ^ Hostess call on me. %¡ I v/ould like to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail t Circulation Dept., M.P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Fla. (jvo'Tis fi-os mj rmuim) It forms an integral part of the Hadassah-Hebrew L'niversitj Meuical Center, which cost over S30 million dollars to build, and comprises a hospital, medical school, dental school, nurses school and mother-and-chlld pavilion. A school of pharmacy is now being built Covering an area of 16 acres, it is the lai -• mplex ol its kind in the Mi Idle East Extravagant Planned far Variety Children Benefit \ 11 • n 1 llel i'Mr.,i the annual "Cuban 1 in July" Sal %  • ev< 8 p m July 31, al Dadi I Audil irium Pr ds ill 1• given lo V'ariel Clrldren's Hospital in ippreciation from Miami's Cuban colom for the iven their ailing chil h the pedi ric 1 enter Julius Silvei left ted president of the I Corporation of the [ev S ." iral Lev I % % %  ntei w 10 for isiqnatioi Dr. Lcuis Finkel t to discuss plant %  il • an mm : m EVERYDAY" *=



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jenlstrkri-'Hir i A I tl I N N m In IJi 81 • M cu J.. At Fndcv July 16 19551 Pcce 8-A Workmen's Circle Branches Select Houston Delegates • District : Dist %  %  %  %  N M %  %  SO Mi : s %  %  l 1069 -v Mil Iner, Berna d I ra > d Ann.: Gold, Max Gi Branch 1050 and Branch 1059 both fen ling an honorary delesate to nference since they have ea C h increased membership by ver 10 new men sinci September. Branch 1059 has .. .reased it? membership so 10 be eligible for a third reaUar gate Branch 2S. Miami Beach. Branch 1064 Not Darte and Bra Wi n's C ub and Bran.h 61* W< men's Club will elect representain July. lrcle. Jew.-': A:-. n Fraternal I provides fraternal benefits for mem bers ii 1 idition to a cultural, eduI social activity pro. for all aces and interests. The current 65th Jubilee year will be celebrated in Houston. The ston Branch 530 will cel< :•50th Anniversary on Sui ptember 5. .el arrangement an I by the office at 94e L Rd By EDYTHE SCHINDLER He Enjoys Kai Una: a Be!tor Lift : • %  a %  n Devil's Island T\ Sitting behind tl 1 ar in food store on Alton • reel Dreyfus reluctantly recalled those perilous times There was anti-Semitism in France during those days." he "Few Jews managed to be. high officerin the French army and there was much Jealousy in the army. After Alfred Dreyfus was condemned, many people with similar names red them Beth Am Brotherhood Reports On Blood Bank and Workshop : Ti mpl< Beth t %  in th %  Y t a short b el U the 1 the fo Temi %  %  %  M K a pi a n. ar I th Am will part st Florida Brotherhoods in nd 7 at AWTHOIIZfD OEALft Si. 1955 "~ Qtatify HEARING AIDS _J $75 to $325 STANLEY GOULD %  Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain ><•* inrk.Wi Special I—F< rthc :' ince with the a-' ishmg ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop recta! itch and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case aftt-r ease, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage 1 took place. Most amazing of all n were so thorough that made astonishing statemi like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret if a new! 1 stance (Bio-Dyne | < f a famous research This in tuppotitm under the nan mutcu DRUM recalls post Even today, th. se many years later. Marcel Dreyfus would ., not revive the Dn with all its social and polit' %  ; • ed not only in I cnverti %  • With his wi ed in classes on nutritii n: n ed and wi nl to health food conventions He need that man is wl l I •rherel re he guides his ust0 i 1 • better food habit< and introduces them < • it 1 • • ti LAWN DRESSING • SI'.iCA SAND H ^r*n ID tshtiag lswn a) PIT S.'NO • r* bock d-> brown lo*ni Florida Silica Sand Co I caa rooar* Miaaw 6H-4MJ BBOWAtC 9294323 I %  Big Change! Now Tempo has good old-fashioned flavor! For the first time, there's a charcoal tip cigarette with good old-fashioned flavor. Tempo has a new rich tobacco blend.Tempo's filter has A a section of granules bound together* w plus a white fiber outer section.Jor taste | \ too good to miss! j New Tobacco Blend For More Tobacco Taste



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Friday,' July !6. 1965 .".. knlslhinnrldHmr Paqe 11-A 5,000 Celebrate Independence Day At New YMHA With Programs for All Ages %  i. < 'd ''Mot* than .vimo people cetc >ra(ed the Fcnrth <>f .July weekend it the new YMHA in .1 variety ol >n>grms for .il! .<::•• levels from hree years old to x'nw citizens." tated Paul Fa-ke president "!' the r"M and YVH A t <.r. ter Miami "IllBtoatpmirin!.' of the lommun ty htm is an example of under •landing and acceptar %  of the ecreation, jjrnnp work and Idsire-time program 1 ffered the .) %  • sh oamihunit;. h> the Y.M ami VWrfA Of Greater Mian i nmtin ied Ffefte. Thefcatm*: \ evening festivities >egan with a l'"il and Patio Sonar. • •anceunde. the -pon-i.r-lup •>! the V Women'~ \u\iliarj afore thai >0 adultp.u-ieipated l!l the square dance and part) around thr pool, tBe lai-e-t in the State ol %  oiidr. ^Chairman "t the e\ent .>Mr11 Rjrven. ..• 1 -he \ 1assisted h\ *rs. Jack !' %  \l! 1; With, Mrs lr\u I Vlman, Mrs sen Harriv M %  VIrs. Myron \lnk-, Mr* r.ert Saul Hrs. AJ Winuk Supervising was %  lias Miriam ScheinLi >f adWV gctiMtieOn Sunda> mornm. at 8 30 a m he Senior Hmh Son Ball \J 1 eld three game.in uhuh the I •wing teamparticipated Kappa >elta Pi, Alpha I'hi I'I Su:ma Phi 'hi Kappa Smma and Alpha Rho 'elta. At* a m the rrcreatiotl ta ilitie*. were opened under the su erviaion of 'lord on Hagej and ruce Rogerineludini! nix teni 1*irt*. PtaJdle hall eontr-lweneld all da> lone for men. hand all competitions for men and oys, t little ,,r\<\ female volre\ hail ante, atlti pn 1 %  iniinin ie More than 2,000 persons p< patted In these events during the %  -e of the daj. wfrtch culmin ated with a Chuck Wagon Suppei and movie at fi pin Memlx rship Relations Commit tie. under the chairmanship ol Marshall Harris, was available to discuss problems and suggestions nt the membership, w hi oh will then he put into effect as soon as : asible Young Israet Co'.legiates To Hear Rabbi Horov'rti "The Three A e. p. Si rii11 cance Todaj ili he the theme ol the next meeting of Young [sra Saturday, it p m at Washington Federal, 1133 Merman Dr. I Morris I Hbroi iti a foundi il he ... oap. > ll be g -1 eaker 1 e title refers to a period ol over the destruetio n Jerusalei 1 a n d is highlighted b> the : is) 1 he ninth da) of ,\\ Refreshments will he served and further inferr a inn ma) he ob tamed from Mike Victor and Ed / %  %  1 Special Events to Benefit Crippled Children's Home Proceeds pom two social affairs planned i>\ the \nn.i MFtter Circle are earmarked for the Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Home in L'ma. till... Fla On "Tuesday, at 7 SO p m a card part) "ill lie he'd at the Elks Lodge, 720 West Ave A hayride to Haulover Beach, I'it 1. is stated for Saturday Jnt) 24, Bl 7 p m pickup and retui n at Flks Cloh, 720 West Ave K\ enlng w :l! include 11 ansporta lion and ko-her hoi d igs In c\hai ne > is \i \i in ,\ \\ elrod Elmer Munc Appointed to Manufacturers Life Office William C. Pichler, CH man : of Manafai tu ers Life Inaur Company m Miami, aim nine ed the appointment of Elmer J Munc to the Miami Branch Office since entering the industry in 1948, Mime has been active in man) Insurance organisations, and has served on the board of the Miami Vssocialion of Life Underwriters, Miami General Agents and Man agers Association an delegates fron all in [/nited states v ill \ [heir i i essman In an el rsuade them to vote for legis lation invoh ing o\ ertime after • h urs H ork 6 r substitute em ployees, and provide overtime tor weekends and holidays for all employees. Postal Clerk substitutes do not receive overtime now and most work at least .Vi to Bl hoUI'8 par week straight tune paj The administration proposes a three percent increase, effective Jan 1966 The Postal Clerks are pushing for a T percent pa\ hike retroactive to Jan 198 Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-sire apartments free cen'ra' air coed Mooing and heating lame private 'fraces all wat^-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathroc When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Bo"ievard 'ight on Biscay,? Bay only 3 minutes fro ri Miami Beach Ten minutes takes you .vest to the Airpo't, south to downtown Miami or Key B.sca.ie and north to 79th Street. We're ngh* below the 36th Sf expressway which conned i r express.-.a, s and the Sjnne State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! ing il •. gjard d • • ijry each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best ( OMI'Alll J • C re 3 pool — tennis courts — ird %  %  ling — be al I I T — 5 L %  %  • • and%  When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! 131 only I %  # I monthly for DELUXE STUDIO APARTMENTS •'• J One o'ld Two Bedroo''" Apartrneo's A.a lable PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! V I TOW E F Rental Apart ON WSCAYHf MY AT N i 33"J ST MIAW H6BI0A-PM it 1^183



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" ** &f / (,• five Iracic episodes on this date through 'history During the Revelation at Sinai ilrts bearing thr ten Ints were broken befsjn of the Colden Calf episode of the de"the Temple the daily wd on that day The through the wall of tpostomiu burnt the law <>n th.it day. khis time, or the Jew nashen in his time. idol in tintemple "" ii is also re'..it' d thai IV Noah senl the dove Irk and it could not find 11 it: so It tarlan Schjfir j i!\ |7, Harlan I porse S hafir h at Temp i I ays trumpel ... i leresl • a place to settle. So it is said that of the people of Israel, during the course of their bitter exile, who could not find a place in the world in which to settle down in peace. • • • Why it that portion of the Biota which describes Mesas' pro cedure in obtaining forgiveness from tha Almighty for th. sin of tha Golden Calf road on this fast day? This particular fast day would have special interest in this episode since it was on that day that the two tablets of the Ten Com mandment.v were broken becaust of the sin of the Golden Calf. How ever, this portion is real on all the other fast days mentioned in the Bible i except Yom Kippun. The reason i^ thai ;i f;t-1 %  !;<> iordalned u %  > day when the people seek forfivi nesa and that this p<>r tion. whuh tells how Moses sought and achieved forgiveneu for his people is indeed must appropriatt for the reading of the day it iclaimed thai dui \ne the Tal mudii pei i" ; the portion of the I orah di I hi rses was ibl • fast laj II A.I dui ing tin l iaonu pi riod thai I %  ion .i~ mbstituti tamed the kej lo I %  Ihe rabbis wai ted the peopli lo repi %  • • %  incidence thai the) u ill be foi gi\ • n Why is th* fast day delayed until Sundiy if the date occu-s on tSe Sabbath? *AUI SAHUtl S70MI MMaisssssisstMsssssssalsssI g£ IN TIMES OF SORROW L 1— r-m W 1 9 ^0WBftS express what word* cannotl wi sr\n SIMIVTHT FLOW Mi> AM WHERE txoticGarurns MIAMI MIAMi BEACH 63S-4516 5323361 CORAL GABIES 665 S423 HOUYWOOD FT. lAUOEROAlE 945-7051 FR 1 7398 MIAMI ttAOt Cofl JEfferjon 1-7677 NEWMAN: tVN&AAL HUMI 1333 DAD£ BOULEVARD Edward T. Newmon. F.D. The nature of the day calls for sadness over the destruction of the temple. Its liturgical requirement calls for prayers of penance and regret iSelichoth). The spirit of the Sabbath does not allow any public grief for the Sabbath is to be regarded as a "delight" (Oneg). Penitential prayers are not per mitted on the Sabbath since one is supposed to feel confident and not regretful on the Sabbath. Thus, should one of the public fast days fall on the Sabbath it is postponed until Sunday: (the exception is Yom Kippur whose original nature was a festive oru i. Dr. Goldstein At Convention Dr. B. L. Goldstein, of 1825 NE two years of pre-medical educa164th St., was among delegates retion. four years at an approved cently attending the Florida Po college of podiatry, and pass the diatry Association annual convenFlorida State Board of Podiatry tion at the Sheraton Hotel in Ft. Examiners. Lauderdale At the convention, outgoing pres ident. 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-tfmitfntrHtor Free-,-. July 15. jj.' Fz 4-A -Jewish Floridian CF7X1 HJW %  *" %  Teierro. Coca-^cstflc. Mk=i TWX ;::-£V-4S6S _^..... %  r "-'•* %  5.1 .w. ..-* %  *-* •%  • -e •- .• •" *" •** F?iT t SrlOCHTT St" : rh'-*i LTC MBU. Fjeour.ve E p-yi y^ THCMPSCS Assc Publisher c : = PT.CH %  As s __ -•" *Tra v„, u •v %2* T^. vsJ ""&f •< r*. .- _. %  i i-_. -----j~j 7~-^ Number 29 • ciume :* ,„, Friday MT %  '' %  .6 T — :*2-5 B-G's Actions Make Mockery of His Words rr _rr ZT. rws „ = v— —. v IT Moroccan Jews View the Gloom Future With Hope \ By ERWIH BIENEHSTOK F O I J ->•*• I""**! ,0 %  "•* %  %  n Arabrourl I -*--timental eT*rienee TV Jewish "*B .. are rapM* dwindlu* and perhaps soon "trace will -••MM atmosphere of friendly hospitality which our s.;,... I hosts extend to a ruitor from Europe In some case* rt is t) portun.tv the oW Serhardi traditions in their meul sett -^ ^| ninn a! rv-ndennjr over the mffererice ... wrved in the Arab cesmtnea. and a na Jewish communal life a earns* a background of on r-> J i now uenvironment T -. • strikes Jew-;h VWBW to Morrv • take in runninc their kosl %  •..." and hochtim departir. lot ..f time rn queues • v^.l table. • • • % %  %  %  1MB w^v> ant their CftUdr-i endea\ .n a dvwrv ected to I Frid -iTiA *-. %  %  • %  "'' %  sss.: r. z: '-' %  %  berry .• presumed 'z reSeci Prior •; fail resJOTJCtiaE ..-. the ecriv : — %  met :: 1963 Mr Ben-Gunoc bad ahead? nczerce-z _n ir_s:.:.:-r aJ least a minnad n .-.be: c: reaooaa fas bead i aloctorcd system Hk r w a iqnat jon DOBS z= a coeaeqQaca >: —---.%  :--\ one z: tfaens wta zJearry Mr >=•5fim/W€ THf MAFAI fkHlf %  RauGukm aerci reaQy res Such :er :• Agricu I re en: z: Te:: ::z: ewctofd reto, z.z--^ ..: .V E2" :r % %  -— -^ nq abora tbe bedei b lerasti z: braej %  was •>?.:-. ; He 9d I am •' • iiawith fewish ~et:.-~s wh;:h ezl Lbit a z: goodwill md with Christian meetinga ct which a special Jew is presented.' Mr. Abram. c magnificent and eloquent orator, called on -:. sides to let down the barriers and deal one another in honesty and mutual resp-ec*.. la :.J z.-iticis.-r. of cliche-ridden dialogues. he -rge-zi instead the launching of honest end .zezzrzte.: ci.sc-^ssions that avoid evcsion. This s the kind of succinct approach to today's spiritual scene that could only come from so dzs-cr.zjuished a leader in the Amer.can comIf Mr. Abram's counterparts among the major religiona accepted his chaUange, we migni z-e ..-. :or zhe best of all kinds oi revelcboa zr.e rarakrOoe o: sell — with en eye toward the rr.zrure betterment. The Gentle Moshe Sharett ~-:~~: Prinze Minister z: [| %  age of 1 see The Revelation of Self ^The Generz: Synod of the Umtez C: •::i ssed M %  :: the Amer Qd as tie U^ rep Abeam : ^ £: ; ew eve ^ c _^ %  I ra :; ••-Si i fl diaspora waj 3 r 'rid lewtti expe • State oilarael was to his risk ;. : V dream rumlled He aaw nc em zr.z ^deed ^-~e z stronqei z: rr.er.zsn.p n-'ween the two During h^ z:M tenure as Prims H Mr. Sharett brought a softer approa : %  •• = breian aflarrs that yBen-Gurion's Indeservice to >w s : „ (tapc^ on z: :ne duties of fa be intrrp$UPfflCI4Ur COttfCT Of'Klil MllTIONS I N TMI :rs--ic %  %  *'. lea>Vr ~1I\ %  %  report*, s VACUl MfOtMAllOH FIKOIATIS INTO COUtfltr 1 I a"VENTS likl de^-nrwHl ahrne ooij artc to the gloo % %  nh whi.h Moroccan Jewi wt-* thTnej |g the \r^t. .•• :-rje| ;i: OS I prove in the ful • | there! • enusjratien is tv til of the day i^Tji | is on evei offktaQy tl • : • %  • • • | then and • %  lark ai i-t-: re'... %  Th*' atter i main); re>pi >n*:ble I rountry shout %  nd are ; Moroccan Jes -..-:-.. u> knee < leader he %  b • those Jews who %  ted fn*n the inutten an Morocco nail ^aj in an ^ -'



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July IS. 1965 JmistifkrkMbf) Paqe 15-A LIU: A Second Look By MAX LERNER .,f Hie thingi thai happrtw < ywi in Etiropr — H I found in •hrr ou '" **** •' ^'" ,l 1 •'.ur 0H poattiooa. Merc arc som* of the results of my ncond vrl o( the basic themes of the Johnson policies >i intervention: In Kurope the Viet Nam action is regarded the Dominican action u an intervention The first will have % %  reach ng reeulta, for good or ill: The second will hohhle our nil narrow our Optima m Latin America in the years tmmed ead The European! argua that President Johnson might have hit longer and called draajiiWwHy on the OAS bator t taking • msell As l see it now, they are prohably rlgM Several observ • vikom I talked were impressed hy Theodore I>rapers piece .A Leader, with it* vigorom caeca nag of Joan Bosch What iptpeang la nol Intervcn ion as su-.h. bwl intervention against -t rebellion The) are leaf interested in being logical than l :-, America and the OAS ai watchdea*: If the I > \S formula • iithe Dominican aituatloa wento work, it could be i .llertive security in Latin America Something would from the whole mean business The difficult) is % AS is i it* %  'ed d nto D • its options in future Larin-American crisea have itter what happens In Email Bolivia, Colun %  \e will be n i rdian will find Mntaeti hemmed in, the watchdog %  • :-> Viet Nam and containment: The tful people with \ %  %  w • %  • I d to .in u.,aim< I at the I on and S I %  ; %  ,11 • \ .'ill comi hi li> of i This i..M impossible d w ntainmenl Tin more valid position is th.it Chinese • \ ,i ,ii TM t • i withdraw trom ill push toward the control of the whole area Ann .., ol ia and the Weatern camp by confront ih co nieepow er, Do Americans have the temina? The real European fears I the political realiata were the the i--ar that the South •-,• would lose heart, thus transforming it into an American the ;.„ %  that Wnertcaiu do not have the inner stamina to tna jungle I w i) These fe iri have a basis v Tse-Tung and Ho l hi Minn have displayed %  long pa \ how to wait and UM I nda appa their |H pie for a I ing si In Vmerica. with ••,.,. ei r\ move ol the \ • : | *erio islj I itened What %  ... ,. :I1 Viet Nam is loss the military than the .1! : ••< me diracthm ot Europe: \n i r II its poucj and It II : pit • sures i I an opuu> i iropi • %  h will v. ••• for him I ut lb l folio* ; ,i. 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