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The Jewish Floridian ( July 30, 1965 )

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iJTewisHi Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lurr.r 18 — Number 31 Miami, Florida. Friday, July 30, 1965 Two Sections — Price 20* apai Moves to Suspend Ben-Gurion HIGH COURT IN TEST DECISION ockefeller Signs ill Extending \Sabbath Proviso [.V 1.1'. NY — i JT.\i — Gov. conduct thtir businesses on Sunkii. announced this week days, nas bigned a bill passed by the The Now York State Court of II L*gu urv extending to the AppeaLs gave this week the New i the provisions of Nw Continued on Peg* 15-A | ( irk • ''.— Fair Sabbath Law |ndcr the law. businessmen who Mem Saturday! a their Sai> atii rru keep their enterpriser ITI oi %  daj \t \\.< am* lime, the Goverooi Lid, hi etoed sno her measure • he '. egislature %  left it to I eal awern I ecide whether the l ... i %  -i \ in their Mini.'. Former Premier Says Eshkol Goes Beyond Power of Party Laws 60V. tOCKfmtfl mil iff feeaefiti Envoy Goldberg Takes Oath in White House U.S. fXPlAINS APPOINTMENT PAGf 74 WORLD BfACTS WITH SUKPKISt PACE 8A Jewi! organizations hin '-.r pair Sabbath legislation : • a stafjw.de basi*. so is to n. I it possible for Ortho%  A .Mh-ob serving Jews to WASHINGTON JTA i AmI. ._., : r Vrth ir Goldberg, at ., ..t the iiite llou s ited th i ..American CLASH WITH BIRCHITES \ St am ford. Conn. Mayor [Backs JW\ Against Right MICH CANCtR Britons Cite ,ow Jewish )eath Rate |l i \; — JTA — The question • ativel) lo rate >f in Senci cervical cancer among pt n en w is raised In the nraons 'his w eek whin Kian Shephei l. onservative .... Heal.1l Minister KenKi'l .ison if be had evidence Isparit) in the incidence • :i Jewish and other wo im-%  • view of a Newcastle 0 '.n the question. Mi". ..sited the Health Minis n ;>.tall information on the | wn to the public. '>. [>U Mr K'binson said • here was no conclusive ic .uiable at the moment, IDII-tudies have ahowfl that women have a markedly Ini dence rate thnn others I re were indications that n i incision may be a facBr noted thai death from can I th* uterine cervix in 1J61 in [ was only one per loo.ooo Id with 10.5 per 100.000 for and Wales. M VMFURD I •>• n ITA CTiarges and counter-charges be twei n the Jewish War Veterans here an I the V American Freedom, a group labeled bj a leader ol the Jewish veterans as us i iate I ith the John Birch Society." have iparked a bitter m this community # KMBM Flaherty, chairman of Stamford and Northeastern Universit) Chapters of the YAF haj requested HayOT Thomas i %  ayen U remove Leslie Meyers, state commander oi the JWB. from membership on this city'i Patriot Special Even Commissi n The Mayor turnee: wjwn the request and Mr. Flaherty has threatened to take the issut to the Board Representatives. He said ho would also ask his national organisation to start a Continued on Pag* 2-A ,t.. i the Nations with eling thai Ihere ihould nol be nism about the world • %  jt rei nut ion of the i \ ... hievements in the issues of Suei K >: %  •-... Iran I • % %  | • and I ) Pre : I ml i. s n d o n B J' hnson %  man i BUK %  lawess .i! i SI tes Go' uined by the I i %  • %  ress i; i : ire I him* I to face the diplomatic and fi. ".huh he s.,,.i cur U> "hovi r like a specter" over ihe i \ [1 u,.s in this connec I ha I he pointed out that there id n I be un hie pessimism during a period of disagreement with the IN. but recognition ol such IN achievements" as tin Sue/ affair The oath was administered in impressive ceremonies by Justice Hugo Black of the r s Supreme Court Justice Black commented en the nigh esteem held by the Justices ol Ihe highest court for Mr ti >ldl erg who relinquished his place n the bench to accept Pros Idee J hnson's request for him to replace the late Adlai Stevenson. The appointment continues to be considered ;i personal sacrifice In light Of Mr Goldberg's trank cor. fessions that be would have prferred to remain on the bench of the Supreme Court. TEL AVIV — (JTAi — The Secretariat of the Mapai Party formal 'y .suspended David Ben-Gurion and six of his foremost adherants from party membership last weekend. Formally, the suspension is tantamount to expulsion. Mr. Ben-Gurion. commenting on he Secretariat's decision, said: "This move is arbitrary and in violation of the truth of Mapais const.tution. Nobody can announce in my name that I have left the party Only I can do that. If the intention as to saj that I have been expelled from the party, this too is in.true. f. r nobody iauthorized bj the party constitution to take uili action and expel me from the part) The six Ben-Gurion followers suspended from the party are all members of the Knessot, Israel's Parliament. They art former Deputy Defense Minister Shiron Peres, Yosef Almogi, former Minister of Housing and Development, Amos Degani, Gideon Ben-Israel, Hannah Lamdan and Continued on Page 6-A Rockwell To Run for Gov. Of Y ir^ima RICHMOND, Va (JTA) George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, entered his name officials) here as a candidate for Governor ol Virginia in '!-.• statewide elections to be held nexl November He filed a petition Ix-arinu more than 1,000 signatures, nominating him as the %  material candidate on an ind pendent ticket The state election law provides t h a natures b) qualified voters air nee led on such a petition, levin Nock Davic, secretarj ol the state Board of Elections said he will cheek every name 01 the Rockwell petition, but added that it looked as though a suffi -it-iit number of qualified voters Continued on Page 3 A CONGREGATION WEEPS U.S. Rabbis In Talks To Moscow Jews NEW YORK — (JTA i — Thn-e .merican i ..i bis addressed i ingregation of the Central Syna %  •• in Moscow at services last Saturday, and six other rabbis from the United Sta i • int I I %  11 h servici th< re all • coo local worsh | | Ml of the Ami ricans repn lie Rabbinical Coun< il ol Ameru hit i .con ised >r orth i li x is it: the United Si I i had bt • : • i speak to the congri ill Moscow were Ral I i I %  el M prei t ol the R ncil smi i ii > R b Poupko, of Pittsburi man, of v According to Rabbi Bernard T w e r s k y, spokesman for the Council, anc 1 a member of tlie group that visited Moscow, the rabbis had asked Moscow's Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin last Thursday whether they would be permitted to address the congregation. Permission was granted Friday night, with the stipulation that politics be avoided. Summarizing the three five-minute addresses. Rabbi Miller said: "We told them we were happy to be ui.ii them and gratified al the privilege of standing in the pulpit in which famous rabbis have preache I We tried to encoui tht 'ii to speak lip. 'Ihe prayer bewe spoke said, The Almighty Continued on Page 10-A SUCCEEDS UTE M0SHE SHARETT Pincus Jewish Agency Chief JEW SALEM MTA) The Jewish Agency executive this week ,1,, ed Arveh Pincus. treasurer of; the Agency, as chairman of the executive, to succeed the late; If osh e Sharett. He continues to hold the post of treasurer also. Addressing t h e United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission now visiting Israel. PtOCM said American Jewry could build "a iving bridge" between Israel and the Jewish community in the Unite! States by lending one mem ber Of each American Jewish family to Israel. "If only one person in every family in the United States would Battle in Israel, a living bridge f 30>I.OM> American Jews would e created in our country over a ew years," Mr Pincus stated The deep desire of younf Amen can Jews Ul achieve some kind ot self recognition and sek*-identiftca.ion will lead inevitably to Increased immigration to Israel, he predicted. AffYfH PINCUS keeps treasurer's pest



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Friday. MY 30. 1965 knlttrkrldricin Page 3 \ Rockwell Runs for Governor Continued from Page 1-A put their names on the Ro well nominating petition. Rockwell did not list any otl candidates on his ticket, in ad< lion to a gubernatorial Candida! tht> voters of this state must elect this yea* also a Lieutenant Govern" r and the State Attorney i;< i cial. i Gov. Haydon Burns signs the bill designatinq Dade Countv as the site of a new State Park. Looking on (left to rioht) aie Rep. Edmund Gong. Sen. George Hollahan. Rep. I Rep. Tom Spencer, Sen. Robert Haverfield. and Reps. Ralph Posfon. Murray Dubbin. Richard Fincher, Kenneth Myers, Robert Shevin, Richard Pettigrew, Lee Weissenborn. and Mary Ann MacKenzie, members of the Dade delegation. I rge Federal School Aid Regulation New York Unit 4 Appoints Engel | By Special Report "* NT.W VORK — Irving If. Engel, New York attorney and honorary president "f the American Jewii i Committee, has been appointed I I the Board Ot the New York Higtu t Education Assistance Corporation. The announcement was made hy State S< %  Joseph Zaretski, >• M %  Leader. The v. \ York 11 her E< i il orporation, an In non pn si blished by thi L> < 1957 -' : oral a %  • • was to Di >intly b) %  three wings ol |. :. the National Comli • %  \.\. l aorj otmeil, 'it national Ji nd (i\ ie groups and 78 h c omnium y i OOOCils. The organizations represented were the American Jewish CorvI gress, the B'rvai B'rith Anti-Def'amation League, the Central Con'erence c* American Rabbis, the Jewish Labor Committee, the -ewih War Veterans, the National Council of Jewish Women, •he Union ot American Hebrew Congregations, the Union of Orthcdo< Jewish Congregations and RAT PROOFING A Specialty MGUIW PFST COrVT'Ot FOR THE HQmi AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. the United Synagc^ne of America. the tei %  n of %  hurt h and stat< norandum note! thai %  share' linn and %  • mobile eipi i inlavt ful % % %  i nroll ment plans are started with grants ii l.,the new law, 'he memorandum stand. iiifederal govern men) In affect becomes a partner. mating H raEpoMtbla fi i seeing to it thai no Mtgragatioa of pupils oceurs on either a leUgHHi or racial bans The nicin re main the property of the public i be so labeled; tl onlj iblic %  i thai tin '• %  set strict • hildren • The Jewish groups also proposed regulations to assure that the law will "not in any way inure to the enrichment of any private institution," that funds will not be used to pay salaries of private school teachers or to finance the buying of equipment for private tchoc'l O' to piy for build,ngs or et'-'ipment Ihat will be "to the p advantage of any nenptbhc institution." %  : cial servii i ins iiiiiud enti r religio pre nises < I other faiths, thej pointed out, citi Orthodox Judai: m as an ex ample ^ppSe eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CMT Of THE SOUTH La-jt t slion m Latest &t, les f<-r Men Ana Wo"ln FRFE PARK NG SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUbES 728 LINCOLN ROAD I On the M.i'li Phone JE 8-0749 Oculists' Prescriptions Filled CONTACT LENSES WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company / 9l S.W. It* St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 It 1st SIKtE. • PHOHfc 8?3-843? ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE M A DIVISIOM OF inelicari TITLE Making a move? Most people make FIRST FEDERAL their First Stop for Home Loans. to ol %  build, or v %  %  • : I %  %  %  I „f doing bu %  th I %  %  financing Lm titut *J First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI w. II. WAI KBR, 10c 1 r DOWNTOWN ; e • 300 E f l IITTIE RIVER ft. N I CORAL WAY rrasw :.'nd st. NORTH MIAMI KENDALL 900 N E 125th St. fade land HOMESTEAD



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+ j e i 1 Ab 5725 Number 31 Tb JM '' %  '" Explaining Goldberg To the Arabs Egypt's Gems: A bd • 1 Nasser : into pc %  1957 he • cm open -' %  d si frieni ward the S: Several years age after we si itarv rig people i h -i of our coi • '" ." %  turned around and sold fully to profit by Th! a long cr.ti at th It is nol ... we ... NT \-'on | ed dialogue in |r interesting question equality m Amen, i authentic Jewish act was the position tafca Shad Polier chairrranof. National Governing (jo of the Congress m hl tation at the dial my nature of if, Poh *l prof. A.^ild almost re the news reports. Mr Polior had a diffinih I making the rouni Israeli who participated in the dialogue acmj what he said r h "''•' hand, the A.Kongrcss afttrJsl .• % %  d tha| v OU .warere ennstini "far out of proporti 'o tk-l %  umbers' -riders, teachers and voting-right failed to see the connection between ><.mpfJ for the Negro cause and >uli identification. phi 'hat must Inevttabl] become incp ..ngh J o>r for the / immunity Oar rah i. .<• >rKnij| rin the Ifisl few decades i e in a shifting method of operation; jj • ... live civil lib* I Pobql • i t.niity that Negro n the uncertaii tj that vi m • i in ti • • I is to try l HI the I %  %  • %  • %  state 1 • %  .• Stevenson Ambassador to 1 1 to our Soldberg per: The explanations urge the Arab cour.tr.es. rxxrtcutoly Egypt, to hold fire on thi braining conference ct the Outncger Inn in St. t.s.-.s. passers state-controUed press has by now clearly told the world that President John ton's appointment is ADL Conference Sunday an aboniination. "Ine Stata Department, in the name of the American people, seems willing to beg the Arabs to r.ve Mr. Goldberg time so he can prove his ob j e ctt si t y. Tnis reminds us of our humblepie position concerning the presence of Jewish troops at U.S. installations in the Middle East. Is there nowhere that we draw the line? More immediately to be considered is that it wes not Mr. Goldberg who sougnt the position. In fact, the new U.S. Envoy pointed out quite clearly that he felt more than happy where he was, and that he would prefer remauung a Supreme Court Associate Justice. Despite his objections, the President publicly imposed upon Mr. Goldberg to bring his talents to the UN job. Are the nation's gratitude, and the Pres•s too. such that Mr. Goldberg must now be subjected to the insult of having his cppointmont "explained"? Who Will Succeed Him xtions %  Campaign goal this year ever m Dade Count. 10.030. UF plans anotner "first" m the laraest number of community services here ever: 42. tie more than remain baffled and silent. Training conferences such as the ADL's this weekend ccn go a long way toward allevicting this condition. The introduction at the conference of the new Florida office director, William G. Pinsley see Page 2-A should certainly be an effective assist Mr. Pinsley, with more than two deccces o: service to the Anti-Defamation Leaque, a record of successful action aq .. the right and lei how OUJ %  Voijnieers fcr Ur [EV.S HAVE TRADITIONALLY concern) teratun : I I growii • %  %  %  %  tic frames • .... i • %  irailel hei %  ce the i hani • in ei pi liber r. nan end" to the irii tl .' % % %  %  n wni<-< the State of Israel and I resei sectarian responsibility singular!) enveloped in the moat tender retigioui feeling. Israel has since meant a rejuvenation of the Jewish philai spirit as an extension of the two-thousand year long Zionist In am fulfilled This is nol to taj thai Jewish sectarian phUanthi >p> *a ever in danger of collapsing but it. too. had changed direction it had evolved, by then, from concentration on a comm T HI s, was considered a leading con tender !or the post. Certainly, if only from an internationally diplomatic point of view, Mr. Rusks appointment would make more sense. Immediate Arab reaction to President Johnson's announcement was a case in point; while the State Department, apart from the Dean Rusk consideration, could hardly have been happy, its traditional policy toward the State of Israel being paign. United Fund leaders are presently askina Another serious question the appointment raises is the replacement for Justice Goldberq rdy Jew on the hiah court bench Twencentury American history has accustomed at least one Jewish associate justice. Does -aent Johnson expect to replace Goldberq with another Jewish appointee? Petersburg this weekend is an import., tion. The Jewish community here is in utaent need of men and women intelligently informed about the ADL's programs: in fact, about the activities of any organization dedicated to the safeguarding of American democratic principles. With the Birchite element, and the radical right generally, proliferating at an amazinq rate, citizens across the land should be trained to take up ideological arms against what promises to be a sea of troubles. Only by understanding the radical riqht can we hope to counteract the gall of its growth. A major element in this growth is that decent Americans have thus far done litevolved, b) then, from concentration on a commumt) broad tie more than remain baffled and silent sp^trum of human needs to individual campaigns for favor antnropiea .i condition challenging the priority status Btions throughout the nation !,..!.,> Israel riding the tide intcnn human emotion involviri rt us attitudes and revulM %  i the breadth and depth of the Nazi excesses, assured a more flow (.j Jewish chant) dollars than ever before And since the philanthropic need al home was w I in i single fund drive witl i inthropic need abroad, n< n '' 1 '' %  wish aifan' fulfillment c.f Ixitli u We have arrii • I thi %  .. j^JONE OF THESE u not alseu" ,? %  """"' "' UM • "'-' m this*. I ra i-I t '?.-., "" lg ,h l i r %  "'""" "^ hl > • I' n'h "' uhu Philowphicalb shares; b e^toTwuV -^•-".tteia.rly, mv. ooUung „ iJSl the equation are ...her expMtii excuse.: fr .k-'i '• '" Uej sr li'.le of ourselves will assure the s^ ^SM^J^J^ 1 ^ "** '" acn.evement of the 1965 goal. „ !o Perpetuate the BUTVival of the Jeu Let us answer the United Fund call for '^ ---.— uapuuuons suqaest that our community will have to give in the manner it has never given before. We will a so have to bring an unprecedented amount of volunteer time and effort to the 1965 cam• i — f'wucuijy vJ5KlriU se S l W 6 K e .PriCeI r" q %  %  %  Q llMle oi Vou' atl'v th^MF^ S SUmS UP m s accur ately the UF s present, urgent need. Giving a CmaViy r>-i3 nna nxuina) BMCII. I VOI'NG ISMliL. %  %  990 NE I'll! St ———mm saaalBlBl \



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lay. July 30. 1965 k^istfhrHi^r Page :-.*. CONGRtGATIGN CONSTANTLY GROWING Jewish Chaplain in Vietnam Provides Bottles for Babies in Catholic Orphanage %  Latqc-f nncfll recorded individual qift to Uni I ted Jewish Appeal since its inception in 1939. a ; Appeal since its inception in 1939. a [52.50C.CCO gilt to the Israel Education Fund. was rr.cae th's week by Israel Rcgosin (secfond from left*. IEF officials receiving formal • were (from left) Joseph Meyerhcff. of chairman; Charles J. Bensley, New t resident, and Ralph I. Goldman. Mt. N.Y., executive director The gift will be used for high school construction, student tuition grants and teacher-training scholarships in Israel. Textile magnate Rogosin is retired president of Beaunit Mills, of New York. Affected will be the free schooling plans of children 14 to 18 years of age from modest income families. Three of 13 IEF high schools currently under construction in Israel have been made possible by previous Rogosin Foundation contributions. By Special Report BATGO N. South Vietnam — Chaplain Richard E Dryer, Jewish chaplain on dutj with the U.S. Irmed Forces in Vietnam, included in his report to the National ,'cwish Welfare Board's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy Information about a unique project for orphaned Catholic infants During the time he was in I'h.i li.u. where he conducted a Bible < last for servicemen, Chaplain Dryer said he was invited to be of assistance to Navy i.t Louis Hochizer, a Jewish surgeon on duty with the Marines in I'hubai. and Chaplain Leroy Muen/lcr. the Marine Protestant Chaplain, who had "adopted" a Catholic orph anage in nearby Hue. "Chaplain Muenzler has been receiving very generous contributions from his mtn, which go primarily for the purchase of medical supplies for the orphanage," Chaplain Dryer reported. "Dr. Hochizer then uses the supplies in a regular program of visits and treatment at the orphanage. I was asked to find a supply of baby bottles. I did this as soon as I returned to Saigon and sent them on their way." Chaplain Dryer stated thai i re going to Phubai he conducted Shavout sen i< es, including • h e memorial prayer, Yizkor, for Jewish servicemen In Saigon and Danang Describing the service and the conditions in Danang. he reported 'The Sunday rrtcht service was held in candlelight, because an electrical transformer burned out five minutes before the service was to begin. The candlelight create i an interesting, eerie, prmnti\e mood for the service. "My Danang congregation is constantly grow in:. Additional Jewish Gls have joined Sealwi Army. Air Force and Marine combat outfits stationed there To reach the Jewish Marines, who are encamped up. down and around the various hills ringing the Darrang \ir Base. I traveled by open jeep in 105-degree heat. It was quite a joi> Oust is everywhere Roads are constantly being dug up. necessitating detours Men are moving, It tix>k me three hours >t traveling to meet and counsel with one Jewish i;i ederation President Notes Shortage If Twined Personnel in Welfare Field i i i r %  trained in the icial w>rk iseph rsidei f the G ition .. i*l i< h the c\ ration's n the %  %  not %  i meet The I S Department of Health, and Welfare recently announced that by 1970 aoprox". 000 more oeoole wi'l be n the mi|Ot fields of pon'ic welfare alone The pri•I also face a continIM shortage c ,.i i %  • -• ident enroll re than vroi %  : i graduated Km* hoola ol The numl • %  the field In Of time will not make nges in the peraonnel ; ton declared in ti. • Mime period, many pro Ifessiona MWial workers will retire. I move to other profes • %  rherebj continuing the situ [ation t. j.i.led. Liptoi laid it has been mggtr 1 •I thai both public and private %  agencies may find it necessary to i evaluate their job classifications Ito determine which jobs can be [performed by agenc> personnel paving i. ihan a Master's degree I'llGreater Miami Jewish Fed leration cooper a tion with the |Natl olaishi[> Plan of tin ( .uncil 'ewish Federations and Welfare Funds, I • ii • • %  • %  i tinue their education into the •., luati hid; he ob served \ number of students in the ripicnts i : the hich are madi able I and the (C incil To he'o eai* 'he !oc*' she'aqe. recipients of scholarships from the YM and YWHA and the Jewish Family and Chi'dren's Service, followinj their giad-jation, have a commitment to work for these agencies. "Not onlj ...... but it als i %  • tinv and for JF< S l • r\ Both I 1 > sn Home tor the Age I are part pat in.: in pi with the Florida State I niversity Gra luate School oi So< ial Woi k III Ugh these programs, students of the umverait) s Grad u %  t •• School receive training in their re spectlve SOCial work fields at these agencies Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste Israel to Shift Technical Office LIMA (JTA) — Israel will transfer its main technical assist ance office for I. a 11 n American countries from Rio de Janeiro to I ima next September, it was re ported here by I)r Jvier Silva Rue te. Peruvian Minister of Agncul lure, who just returned from a vis it t<. Israel Dr. Ruete voiced admiration here for Israels method! of increasing apiculture production and lauded the country's cooperative organ izatlon for the marketing


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: I §tmHt ThrHftr Mapai Suspends Ben Gurion %  %  -.-: •-.s ; 4 .,tmmm -t • a***"* pc • :ad :-tf Mr. Per** Hi %  f tt--J.% %  %  .. -• —-.'ions, '.' "•* 9*'ei"e<; t>en the &v *-->-• c-.. c ob'in no fee The KntVMl i$ rot itr*o^ *d t meet again until Eshko] Charges Attacked id %  %  %  3 D EaW -• I a re it a IT.'-' Mapai party's Secret I Latei I ., a.-; Mkl be bad I • c r. rr. Ben-Ourion. H.T. Ben-Gurion, who is a member of the Kntttet, and who ha* inounced formation of an "Israel Woriters List" to oppose Mapai in rn* next general election*, took the Parliamsnt rostrum to challenge Mr. Eshko Is dmal. ....... ....... unably i the Pre.... the re< He demanded thai Mr. Fshkol expla.r. ail to the ration Let him not pose protecting 00 honor." said Mr Ben-Gunon. when he defamethe man who was Premier for 15 yetrt LAST 2 DAYS! ^*4i DANE CLARK X* "NOBODY LOVES AN ALBATROSS" by RONALD ALEXANDER SHERRY BRfTON COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Realauranti Art Gallery 3500 Main Highway, Miami HI 5-2581 jj..... N-..~*>r election*, im,eii H is '*'%  '-' ***' %  i session. 1 f" 9/ar• -. MeaM •- &f no och iP *" c i sesi'on is eon'emplated *'. riajte. %  %  in a drive for modem and < %  • : inderj n thi thai • indepen : lo political indepeadi In addressing the rally, Mr. Ben-Gcrion said that his new list would have to "win 1 000 000 votes to have enough mandates to enact electoral reform." He advocated pressing for a system patterned after that used in Scandinavia, with 30 constituencies in Israel, each electing four member* to the Kne*et. Appearing at the rally unexpectedly via* former Agriculture Minister Mo-he Day an. who. thou.h i %  upportcr of Ben-—Dr K Frich Rombach. acting West German CmmJ in Detroit, issued a categorical denial here recently of a report published in Parade Magazine a national weekly newi supplement, that Ikrael-maiU L'li submachineauns purchased b y Weal Germany had been Mid to the Sudan and eventually found their way to .Dr Rombach branded th< Parade report as "incorrect" after he queried the Bonn (Government on the matter in response to an inquiry by the Detroit Jewish News, the Anglo-Jewish weekly published here SUN RENT A CAR FOV $15 k.— tr '65 DODGES A.tr.4 OhKMM Cttt Wfc. + 6c mi. ind J+ "vj uat> i 'v H ranee P.Uw> t. Dei..*'. Sen "9 301 23rd Street Miami Beach Ph. 532-5502 Hebrew Military Academy Forming A Hebrew Military Academy is in the process of being formed here. Jack Kramer i> headim; up the Hebrew Military Academy. Foundation at 337 Lincoln Rd. According to Kramer, the purpose of the Academy will be to bnn^ about voting, energetic, new • %  • Hebrew Scene In America" by "a training program based on Hebn and on tl •• cultural historic al." WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY /.A-AROS BIST PlfT(/Bf H[ X HARRISON, BfST ACTOR ^ ClORGt CUKOR, BIST DIRUTOR AUDREY HEPBURN-* REX HARRISON'. ** BHB* • M iv-**iLoio*unwAMv>v>MKr K uu,Hinn<*m %  %  LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH n 21 ;M PRICE SCALE EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PffORVANCIS F. /. •,. Thunda/ 4 M 0CHESTA $,75 Jjso ,, „ lOGE 3 00 $ 37 1 *]% PERfOKMANCES AT 1 M MATINEES • 8 30 P M EVENINGS BOX OfFICE OPEN 10 30 lo 9 30 aaaaaaaaaaaaaa I Hcacn VOI'NO TELEPHONE ANSV/ERING SERVICE — Serving — JffFERSON UNION HIOHIAND FRANKUN MURRAY PU2A NEWTON FR 3-5581



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Jdajr. July 30, 1965 + JrlsHh;Mton Paq 7-A IS. 'Explains' Naming of Goldberg a oi]\i;T()V (J*AJ -** %  „,,,, BUI* TWS1 ked Bypt-n Ambwidw Kanwl lo reaerva Judgeon the jppoiiilnu-nl of \rGoldberg to speak for the i,t the United Natsufa mr s ',. in sty-minute meeting tritt ,,,,.,„ envoy, il u learned Mi Ru* -"'-"' ttPresi i itK ** %  £[* %  that Mr GoIdbergwiU ;> to *1va fair and I i ation to the Arab \i involving Israel. ,„. K .,„„i irmed the mtating ie He Mid the L covered were %  wnm oi I i yptian relation* and itmihuu. aloud "" menl by Eg} |>( nmenl i uditon I • i mi d Coni ress that ilati d \ con it half of n ii> (he r [ree distribu \ alued tl fjB3, Seymour Halpern, New s.'puoltc jn, told the House ediate steps should be taken lo cancel shipment of any portions of the $37,500,000 In -coo *.- v.. id the l mted relied upon statistics proi the Egyptian Ministrj "f Ihe !• p ar tmeat'i *r\ .it the corn w as |>n>\ idtarian reasons and effet"' the deal t merit an Egyptian %  irtmenl disputed t h e the i s General At i '-in i that the food wai n 'hibaaii of alleKatiuiiire and impending I en il as later re*. eal< %  1 ims were untrue. Aaaojgdr 1 lo thj state Depaatinent, cot I rms found thaic appetite*. I Q) COUOO and awitduad r orn during lha >ear u %  on The Kraut was nude ia I ed that the topic was a main theme of the meeting. The ambassador also voiced concern over American arms shipments to Israel as contributing to *r\ arms race. The State Department, despite Cottgnasional opposition, is seeking, araya to grant new lotama <> f •id t" Egypt. Mr Rusk gave the Egyptian envoy the unpreaiion that the Department is considering neu aid and loans IMAOIKI the $37. .ioo.ooo authorized last month %  cause of "improved relations" be tween the two countries. The Department has sought to minimize the revelation by the is General Accounting Office that Egypt has fraudulently misused food intended by America for free distribution, obtained Ofl false pretenses, and placed on U B (or profit by Egyptian officials Ambassador Kain-I said he pla nod to meet again soon with U Secretary of state %  *wyN>\>Nr^^>^vwwww^v^ THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED Mtros rot rrs THRIFT SHOP M reer fwmifere, Cl.fhme, linens, Dishes, Orepei, ffc. PUASI CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 AUTHOPIMO PIAlii" Ban %  % %  %  r £NlTH Quol'ty 1 HEARING AIDS >| $75 to $325 STANLEY GOULD t 1 Ulh Street at lOlh *-."-• North Miom' Flor *la 'c ephorv. 751 c: I BVTABU.HCD MARCH 27, "st %  PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wet Dim* Highway •' l2nd Street fso'tti Miami Beoch SioriJa rriraoone Wl 5 > ESTABLISHED *Ai 16. 954 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Of COMMERCE r<•**•* rtt Street et Slrd Ayeewe Miami, flotiaa lelephone *9e O.'OO I J>TAa1l.lSnEB rtBRtASV 4 '9*0 PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK Off NORTH MIAMI HerNnreM 7th .!• at ISStk Street North Mioeni. f • reiepei o tf?<4 S47ABI.I5MIO OCTCBtR 21 '9*3 thot* wko dire ond appreciate the Ir.tcrnotional o^d domeslic o'fo I e r>erituo'lv tcuc^ I 6 individual hence, thcughlk.l pccple and good ciiiiens en ntei p-ted in the preservation of then unique position ot indepe' tmonciol and others I 7 nonciol independence is rc'otcd to a deqrer to ''c sell the individual of the right type of finance! instttul O^not a swinging outfit vve ere net trying to bum up the road to speok, but operate on hat we like tc call c conservotism. Our position has been made pesb'e througH the e'f"'K of thousands of n we try to fcpo> with the besi so'est bonlmg foe lies ovo •' %  i were the fir,l in Code County to Bonk Savings Bonds hc'J to mc %  %  COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS OF CONDITION ASSETS June 30, June 30. 1965 1964 CoOi ond Due from lanki 511 493.923 69 511.074.53992 United States Government Ob: .aotiom 10 354.863 22 10.076.735 05 Federal Corporation Bonds 500.000 00 100,000 00 Fedetal Reserre lank Stock 158.850 00 146 400 00 Stgte. County and Municipal Bonds 5.455.788 93 4 366,775 20 New York Stock E.chonge Bondj .. 254,666 56 254,543 65 Other Bonds 20,000 00 U S Goveipmeet Insured or Guaranteed FHA I VA LOOM 2,790,069 88 2,798.966 83 Other Loans end D.scou.ts 29,273,613 22 5.585,049 73 Overdraft, 7?5.0 ',070 25 lank Buildmq ond Pa.k.na. Lots 1820.94155 1.840,156 35 Fo.mer Bonk Buildma and Stores .. 189,944 53 204.16197 Other Reol Estate Owned 190,235 67 Leasehold Improvements 47,163 43 Furniture ond Fi.tu-es ... 720,012 05 718,412 42 Income Earned, but not Collected 236.214 37 220.723 21 Customer Liability, Letters of Credit 18,212 39 Other Ae.s '80.821 44 190.030 44 ^ Total A>ete $63,515.1*0 35 57,767,8O0 69 LIABILITIES Deposits $56 703.693 32 $51,704.06*71 Accrued Tones, Interest and Expense 257.750 36 223,212 83 Income Collected, but not Eorned 720,801 52 453,347 90 Letters of Credit 18 212 39 Other L.obil.tics .... 61,126 22 46 91147 Dividend Poyoble July 12, 1965 15.600.00 Bank Advances sccu-ed by Bonds 200.000 00 300,000 00 Total Liabilities $57 977,183 11 $52,727.547 91 CAPITAL ACCOU NTS Capital Stack $ 3.5.OO0 00 $ 3.275.000 00 i u ,„|„, 1,75*J300.00 1,602.50000 Undivided r-.of.ts 198.34*2* 109.923 74 Beset,, for Coetingeocie. 47J4BJB jUB*l Totol Cop.tol Account. $ 5 538,696 54 $ 5,040,252 78 10,01 ^^AEL •. W.S1 5.M0 $$7,767.*00 69 let addition to To'ol Rr


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>Jm§stfkrk#M Friday. July & 13 Goldberg Naming Brings Surpnse Goldberg to help sell .^ American policies in Vie -.j,, the Dominican Republ tut* w hih caused r• h saofcrrw rcA T-<..-.. %  • • JU'.rJ Goldberg :or to the ..elate I secrets n! •• %  %  ~-":'%  ; •-: .-%  • : • :a. • •• %  ace Mr G 4dbe I In the %  %  %  %  % %  Arab= v %  •.-: • SHORTLY AFTER the appoi • nferei • % %  • %  to • (a Jew State Department sources made knjwn that Egypt and ether Arab states were contacted with the request to withhold lodgement of the a'legedly partisan attitude of Mr. Goldberg toward Israel until such time as the new U.S. envoy to the UN can demonstrate Sis objectivity and fairness at the United Nations. Reports were igainsi the G %  !•-•-.appointment The ly "Al-Gomhouria i. banner headline asking "Why was a Jew appoint! L'.S \mba>sador to United Nations?" The aper U-AJchbar," <•( Cairo, .':,-. I S Al • "N ia Zionist!" Another i Al Ahram," quoted an ne ip iper which reported Mr Gotdl : proud of / %  • 1st IN BEIRUT, the m lion of i tment. Ti • %  illengi o 'he per in the J< • • %  • %  • %  thi 7. %  enge 1 %  isl In Israel, on sail} pra ;>r ;i l -1 i %  for Mr G parat ,. itii Mr. i • %  v. %  to him by Ia< Prime Min • .'.• E'hkol and Yuv Meir young Americans in Mexico IEXICO i ITY n %  i %  11 %  • n %  in 1 ii avel from Mexico I I Justice Goldbergs selector, for the post by President Johnson was also hailed widely in Israel's press. Leading newspapers emphasized editoria'ly the high qualities'' which Justice Golc'berg possesses, and his reputation for fair judgement. The Jerusalem Post saw Justice Goldberg's appointment to the high post as a tribute to the standing achieved by the great body of American Jews, and •heir increasing service to their country's public life. ": r Ami intent id ne• r JUSTICE GOLDBERG'S tion as ai live J< not %  preeidcT honorary the '. • %  a synagoeu near similie churchL"N prim r a -pecial library ha ted at this •• r under :he title of "Judaice." : an address .. •• Israel I Affairs Committ( • Justici declared "1 am a Zionist" .'.lined his ; lilosophy of deep ation ith Israel Mr. Goldberg has been a leading force in recent efforts to alleviate Soviet anti-Jewish presures. He visited Israel in May to address the international convention of B'nai B rith, an organization in which he holds membership. He stressed the need for close American support of the independence and security of the State of Israel. appointment to the t by 1 Ken nedv. Mr Gokflwrf FUborai the AF1 %  • • %  %  • | %  SENATE LEADERS : ing ra| Senatt of the Scnat< • • • -.; ap%  • .. • nd the fiJence of l 1 • 11 the 1 '• '• • %  %  in its i President Johnson revealed that he urged Mr. Goldberg to resign from the Court to take the UN position. He called Mr. Goldberg a man of courage, conviction, and humanitarianism." Since Amtrica is seeking a wcrld ba.ed on law, designation of a judge to the UN was termed logical. President J %  %  mon important I • • ., world W*J maj li\e in pi Hi hop" lie of law He that When <;"\ v as I from some of %  %  • %  .' %  : me •" — a reference '.*• ''• %  'W. r i~h immigrant parents Mr G will be the tral n but [or %  • %  in nation, Pn • Justice Goldberg, aged 5*. said he fe t his new pot was an ,ss:grmert to the greatest adventure in man's history 9ve.n.ng relations between sovere.gn nahons by tow. II' to • great humility. he sa.d. that I urde.take t'-e '•! <* oor "*" tiors advocate of peace in the Council of Nations." He promised to pursue the Stevenson message to the world of m n t ancient supplication.'' He asked, crant us peace. Thy most precious gift' tl %  W %  %  > m many liberals agair American policies. XI liUl'l.i' Mr GokHMri i I tie Mr and negotiator %  Wr.-TI many complex laN* I ht help cain ova* urn at the In:tod Coastal ^J&wers APARTMENTS 159th ST & cdlLlNS AVE 945 6326 f.' BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH 1 & 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS ...~9 I OU -• FREE CARPETING FRic PAKKING Vco>n co' o A y %  r ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply o new one. For free estimate phone: -i<\*_ ACME T ^ itooi i\, A* co. T 685-1952 mmmmmm (rroViy rmas rvna rmuina) 5 VOI'NG ISWtL %  9*0 NE tT1 St _--———-.——M MH %  X



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Page 12-A ^Jf^lstfUrHltr Friday 7&U S*~ VL* WeLJ SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK ^ • 'TOT Gad Reuben 'd AGUDATH ACHIM 6305 Co.ims Ave Orthodox %  'Mlncli. •'.:"" p m — • lAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Crl) %  Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever • lAHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Oorthodo* \ Cantor Israel Kershner. I • ANSHE EWES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Consei vative. Emanuel Kushelewiti. president. • BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipson. Pi Ida; 6 p n Saturdas %  • %  < rfl Si i VI.rs u I'II.MMI. • — IBETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho%  dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. • BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. IYi-i:t> 6 i'in Saturdnj i n l*allj Phac-h %  i7 and a M CANDLEUGHTING TIME 1 Ab — 6:50 p.m. I I.' .•>'! BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Pridaj :it sunset Sal :?• i:,\ I s-: in i: "We are .. Tribal I %  %  l>f8Cussion ;tt .">!'. p.m "Portion of the l ..i w I ilacuasion al ,; I • i-.m "\\v Seek Venge inci BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovita. Cantor Seymour H'nkes. %  • BETH TFILAH ?;3 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Raobi Joseph E. Rackovsky e 3ETH TORAH 'inn St ana NE 11th Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lipschi'i Cantor Ben-Zion Knschen. baum i e BNA: RAPHAEL 1401 \v\ J3rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 12-12 Wash.ngton Ave Orthodox Rnbbi Dov Rozencweig. • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. • FT. LALDERDALE EMANUEL IS01 S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi Hebrew Lesson *• &f% %  tat t •, %  1 I mm > I I I %  I i • : T r n b I n n o; \D*3"i D-p HT FK'S^N: Kin nVinnpss-a .ns-apa .ninca -mra -?r --••train z-;r-: ;;-• 1 poyn rr'^ -:_ %  -:; %  •::-:,• ..— :zb D3"na "•_•:;mxan nsu o^n -.--*: %  H3 -nVinn DD:S nsu IT T r-;zX3 n'—i U L*Z3 S73CH -no r.; z : -n nx zr.z .::r:.^ ~zz-izzn -;•.-.-._ r 2 I n Z:K Z:ZK.^Z. nxtn mia&.i .z ,:rx nnw .niea nutfa nntrs?] %  ?aa IT nTay? nirnri nx nK-zn KM .rrmna T ,|inan nxia -:D^ rftxtfri .alpsaBnaisnnxnD^nni aha? •jsraa rnias -jx tanato nr.ysi ^j rv:nri roinn nosatf n*^rr ^a nns D""iai n^inn 73 to -msa Dlpaa ...jrr^ ...naio n^-ix^QjH^-x n->sn na 157-111? na ^a DTi-nnK-:nxMD3n-i-:a -a .-!3o-n]p,D-:pain:rz ^xa .nDix-'mari ,z-r...Q'niD .r-:z:z HiTKa nm-n nipa n^ m^yn ay p-rn nx irp 6 5 pT? rj^om c;i n 1 — .•D^a Z>B7 B-ajPSB 1ZZ ]•"-: {tnfria rrnas n-na PKyna) The Huleh Lake Fur thousands o( j % %  irs, greai 1 •• %  lown from • irea "l the T r 1 j ? %  ?. the Huleli > in ih ( v ater ,; a ame j r b; yeai I the vallej com il iu to Lake 1 • %  % %  that re creal a lake was reate • 'l he • me 1 ange ture ol ma is ex ••Securil i • %  %  : s to the J an ou it : mato.s The Huleh draining enterpi of malar %  a m the area, conneete I he J i dan with the Huleh canals and added to the .Ionian 65 millions ot square meters of water. ( Published by Brith Ivrith U.amith) Beth Am Students In Contributions Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of tht> Religious School of Temple Beth Am. announces that the Keren Ami Fund has made contributions to the following chanties durin %  the past year Reform Jewish Appeal. Jackson Memorial Hospital Chaplains Of. ice. Jewish ihatauqua Society I'velopment Fund of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation^ Jewish Statistical Bureau American Jewish Archives Greal er Miami Heart Association American Cancer Society, Combined £* Appeal of Greater Miami A I I oil e and World won for Progressive Judaism "' : % %  K Amic llected from I .,.,. jf the Beth Am Ri ,.,, Spinoza Study Group ,. T h ", Group uni he d.r-.-t;,,,, Ol meets Fndaj aftern P-m in the Communitj Room of |Mmi Beach Federal on Lincoln e HEBI %  %  0< is • HOLLVWOOD TEVPLE N JjMwn St ConIt %  Oav.j Shapiro Canto •• Heilbra • HON'ESTEAD J' • %  STER 8t" St, H %  r. Can. tor Pmci/S Aloot ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 25th s; Conservative Rabb Shmi T Swirsky Cantor LOi s Cc e JACOB C. COHEV COMMUNITY SVNAGOGLE IS3J Washington Ave O'thjdo*. R.lbbi Tibor M Ste-n e KNtsETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid A,r Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eld. Cantor At)i aham SI ;' ~ • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM IS** Washington Ave Orthodo. Rabbi Abraham Strassteld. • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional • OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or Orthodo Rabbi Phineas Weber. man, e SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER M5 Collins Ave Rev Cantor S.idi Si" mi as e TEMPLE ADATH VESHL'Rservative 1025 NE 183rfl St V Gardens Rd Can! Ni • TEMPLE BETH AW Dr.. So. Miami R--' : i %  aa'-d %  %  • PLE T.FTH EL or HOLLv. OOD a; s 14th Ave Re< • BETH SH Si Reconsl is --kop. e SHOLEM • • • tan Via.-. %  e '•' SHOLOM 414 JI% %  ...%  Reuben kingdom ot v : MATTOT tribtJ I"stl He "-' • ,r u,,t ""' „ w ,ui • •dianitea Trw exp) ,, .. %  >, % %  %  lie i %  • the six dtin 1 iver "Three cittes bj md the %  —> ties in Canaan; they shall U n'.iw j; MASE The portion begins with I detail-. I at route t'the Pi the) lett Egypt until she) reoched th. I Jencbu Instructions cooeei \: ; i ye shall Inhi %  -., j to the more ye -I, to the fewei tho i shah live I re lever the 1"" falleth t'> an> man. th his" Numb 33.54i It as necessar) that all the far-. t if ye Mill not drive out the inhabitants i from before you, then shall those that ye let retaaii be .i~ thorns in your eyi icks in your sidrv haras j >u in the land wherein ye dwoU'" iNun. 1 The portion gives specific instructions o'licermn I lists th.names ol the persona who ibo Israelites to ael asida It not been the >ther tribes ei nee is made to tl ht flee for f %  %  • t r l h e %  tho VI ion; J :hapl . h S' and Tatum Wat.rwa, Mod. r n Tr.di. torTJ ^"o Euflrne L,b0 "'' Can. tor S.iul H Breth. T R 7 PL S E w? K .. OL OM conservative Samuel A D r,l. Cantor N,co Feldm.n T %^ L NF S 7^ ^ N BTH M, MI Di'mel M V Re,0rm """• u-miei M. Low, Cantor Chet Gale • •• %  bl.l l,.„ %  i, • i-,„ the V T a ,^ P iE T,,rE "E*H JACOB M1 E 4th Ave. H.a.eah. Conservative T C ^ PLE ?AM0R 44 Zamor, ve Con. erV a„ ve Cjntor B „ fj££ TEMPLE ZION. 8*000 Mil*, Rd Con ••rvat.ve. Rabb, Alfred wT.m^n TIFERETH ISRAEL 65QO n. u Ave Conservative P? bl ^ KilS Wermck Habbi Htnr, : • • This recoun'nq o' the Weeki, Poi'mn o' the Law if ex• •acted a.id based uuon The Graphic History of the )•* HI Her.'age edited by P. Wollman Tsmir $15 Publiset Shengoid, and th# volume is availabl* at 27 William S* Mew York 5, N Y President of 'he society distributing the vc • is Joseph Sevang. THE RA3S1 SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT 'M Jews Survive BecatiS(b]l Thev Mind the Lord I "l< MAX I |p N Bv RABBI MAYER ABR-'.'D.'. T 7 Temple Mono : ll I B I %  i like he lule i %  turei from oni place to anoth ~ ... .. .... vi iroobi ADromowili ii N" less than fort) two times in thai man) Biblical verses do we find the expression "Vayisu Vayachau" -"and they journeyed from and then en campe I ., Tins particular list is f tremendous significance historicall) and archaeotogicall) as the v a r i %  > u i name* <>t places are attempted to '" Wentified What is probabl) most significant about the portion is that in the journe) of our aaeao'"'• ,r,,: Egypt t„ the Land ..! 1 we can see mirrored the rins f the Jews throughout histor) ami we find .. glimpse itvd ror the i ,M1 vival Israelites of old were In l< i %  l> !'! : 1 "', 1 ;' 1 1 u; ,cl an>h !,.,. ,„ he „„„ %  %  verse Ami \|,K, ,, ; \, n. „f k u •• Ihe s,u val „i P the Je : '• %  • %  •.. %  %  %  en %  i tor) ; • i Jeuis %  Rurope and \new has '-•••: %  He nol nl) %  n .''Ht. tl % %  i-ii his "w sur\i\ il b) recognianj the dii \t Ull! The < ommandment of th • l ord We ho live m the pandiat erica Greater Miami, must re ognize that ou, esdateaoa must %  in the spirit of the Mblieal accoun•i Jewish rorrival in addition to the reapinu of the benefits of lis ing under this affluent sOCSOtS • must strive |o astfJsbttaft) the Vom mandment ,.f the lx.nl t.s deh values %  |. V OUNO ISH. C L"^Q NE ,;;;^-. Beth David Sets Home Discussion Group Tuesday '•••''h David Horoa i.,s,„.„,, !'ll meet for IU I -—I n oo TU, Mr and Mrs m %  ,, i l 1 '" 1 st %  Plea "f -. I '.Ik„„ I o' ssaS ;ndju will b,



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Hy 30. 1965 +JtnlsHk*-/dton Paqe 13-A Farband-Labor Zionist Leader Here to Be Memorialized at Israel Medical Center ed as precedent-makinq by the National Jewish Weird's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, the dinner taking place above was qiven in Saiqon by the VenThich Tarn Giac. director of Buddh-st Chaplaincy of ietnam Aimed Forces, to discuss chaplaincy problems head American Catholic. Jewish and Protestant miliplains and the head Vietnamese Buddhist. Catholic totostnnt chaplains. Shown below 'left to right) are E. Dines, assistant representative of the Asia Foundae Venerable: and Chaplain Richard E. Diver. Jewish n-of U.S. forces in Vietnam. In deference to Chaplain :he Venerable, who is a vegetarian, the dinner was tabbi Morovitz Leaves Academy % f i > %  %  %  mi %  has si k Hetoi i mj for Lh< paM aassistant pi incipa) and of bc> ;i~ m • ""• bl'i guidance program, its icuiar ami \outh activHe wa also supervisor ol ^ febrew curriculum <>i cducaM md of the AintU-irn s in strvI lining program KNOWN CANTOR Miami want* enaaat %  < IKgh Holidays, er yearHi. Has served as Con 12 year*. Please call' 374-0116 In paving, tribute to him, Qabbi Alexander G'oss principal, rel#d R ibHi Horovitx' r^cre H >n a decide o< service *o t^e Ac£ ferny. Studen's w!!' a so pv tribute to Rabbi Horeviti a' 'he niryj erv ice. tat am I U;i\ a movement in Mi; the Hapoel riamizracl ..• • l ;\ • yean ago Rabbi 11• • J O\ its wai UM motivating force in the establishment of the Meslvta Senior High School, ami served as the principal <>f the school gratis Since its inception NT BAL TVILAH CHAZENISH the Mih Holy Days. Fox Wl 5-1578 Problems Facing JDC PARIS — i.lTA>— The difficulties which the Joint Distribution Committee faces now in its relief work overseas following the loss of several million dollars a year from German reparations were outlined here by Charles Jordan. JDC director general. He addressed the Tinted Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission which arrived in Paris en route to Israel 3. RABBI Cellrar qrod eniv. dc-1 eryj egaBJRvitits is interested in a I pulpit. Write B.O. c o | • eWsaMB, coneoe qrna.. nri. free, teed speaker, versed in e -l* rthM of rabbinical 1 conar 3. Miami, ria. 33101 THEM ABOUT WELCOME SACHS The late Irving If, Sachs, one of the founders of the FarbandLabor Zionist Organization in Now York City some 40 years ago will he honored by members of the Chaim Well mann Branch o' Farband in con junction w i 11 the Israel Hista ; drut Committee of Creator Mi ami. Announ emenl" that a room in the Greater Miami Medical Rehabilitation Center in Becnhebo, Israel, will be named for Mr Sachs who died here recently was made by Moe Levin, chairman of the Weizmann Branch. "This is • most fitting way to memorialize the memory of Irving Sachs, whose lifelong devotion to Farband, Histadrut, the entire Labor Zionist movement and to Israel will forever seive as an inspiration to those who worked with him," Levin said. Sat .1 former \ ici i ter Miami Israi Histadrut I n ""' %  • and co chai ol the < haim Weizmann Farband, was d out for thi honor .it i cutive i 20 at t i has< I Vssoci • %  the 1 -. I • MONUMENTS INC. 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+jfi<>rted to her husl %  • i By DR. SA MUEL SILVER Non-Jews for All Things Jew.sf Fridc J: As We Were S aying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL A Teacher Fired A BRILLIANT ting the sighl four! s ro students ton's black ghetto, has I ii"" 1 his job. school administrators who put the xe to young Jonaihan Kozol, novelist and former Rhodes scholar, haven't denied that his teaching record in a 70-year old school building includes their own earlier praise for his ami zing feal of raising the class arithmetic average in two weeks from 3n percent to ? percent. Jonathan Kozol. getting the princely pay of $300 a month for his teaching efforts in a school system that has until recently refused to aeknowli e the existen e of even de facto x m after a policeman-father had Ko. use of a Langston Hughes poem in the m. Ballad of the 1 rd." II bemoai broken steps, the roof, the %  [heat Add the facts thai Langst 1 % poem ab esus, that Teacher Kozol la Harvard hon( pro-UN literal into even used Rol fa I y '.'. : ., Snow] Evening'" pn s< i r sixth gra rs) — and you begin to derstand why by one of the most morii -i hool in the nati n. Were thi m Kozol's record? Oh, yes, he had brought a French record to school and played it for the children. This was a record including "On the Bridge at Avignon." a most delightful nursery song. But in Massachusetts, a seems even French nursery rhymes are suspect. Gibson School, where Kozol gave bis labor of love to great grandsons M percent Negro; and the licated tutor was said to have been the eighth person had tried his h Inn i the fourth grade cla low : but Jon' :; i marked lhat sit-in S '• • ithorities ii every reasonable ivay fcr hi %  %  by ,: f their lot unwillingness %  %  ent ofim Dr. H 1,0 onder thai o 1 tern long : ;., rein: Mhooling and tl .,„. pil ,, ''''","•'" '' 'ion It I long i tudybyth. Advisory Oommfttee to the UnHed i n,m,SS '" n %  .ve,,„lbackinJ.-,n U rv 3 fear that is ol m elementary schools contained more than 95 percent Negro pupils ^ a YldJi* proverb has it: a stranger ren her Jcarnl the lan.ua. Her **£*> f Then Ibis zealous convert cameo Off the Record: Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN A New Definition Of 'Survivor S OME YEARS i %  that the J i • ; • Li I %  t if the Ji take i • %  M e notes th.it "the kind • American inn i and at much of Ami lion I 5 ji One explanation tor that vogue, he -. "is that in an a e of 'alienation' the Jew is looki I lo as an expert in estn i • ent — she pet petual outsider who somehow knows how to kei : out there."' Citing the extent of Jewish participation in Americai ity — In poetry, fiction, peintii sic and the theatre — the writer rightfully obU • 'the superficialities "f Je it ore and more %  part oi I there the distinct post less JewUh whili %  But a Jew, and Not %  I ion would not ha\ %  nplj a -lev Ti Ijy. I %  • %  •'. v are i nswering the question in • i %  I then iwhich of thi it5Uers is the ntinuit) ? In • %  • n menism, I • %  ii Jews are livii j afl their fut In the 1 e writer's the ei< I cat serve as a dam against J< tion. Jewish submergenci There is a he says, "that without the light oi ligion" nothing — no: even Israel — "will keep the 'rd Jewish from watering down in Arner. something unapecific as the word Protest • in He obviously believes that only continui tachment of primacj to religious values can the \ ish conununit) Defining Ji as an "im xtrical %  I culture" and as %  • the 11 i %  %  n fact than i Panorama: ,, v r Into IBM 'i-v Of Albunjuenjue Beeagfc ,.,l ., Yiddish elub. compnsin. ,k. i op the taagaaafi n been areaM R*. ,,nJy the RT"-ip sponsored an exhibit of N ,,„,! ptitasbeals in an Alburqiirque aynagefa* re that that synauoiruo had little with Yiddish before being affected by Hn fcasasardor .... ot course, on Broadway. the success of the S M.ubem play, thoiiuh presented in Ki has iven new prestige to the language ,1 o| Fiddler on the Roof was • even a Harry OoUOB quip to II ,. n \M the riajpn iDn ling that the deli, ous 'i i„,., reaparaiaad and %  • opt | \, M Mexico lo \1 Capitol Spotlight: Ali aril Joe lien Col Ha, Shi root By MILTON FRIEDMAN Vial) Boycott I a me v th f n ware >iith Th m a I hoo y bat Al •ar %  W ILL THE • %  %  : I i It Bui • II • nti-fc u tmeru an efforts lo u rtain Comsmuuat • %  • k 1 th.it Aiiieru.ui A: !> n latio • rding to Comnet i SV < rat T. [HHU wiahing to deal with U • Ar., by ., il.it pc on oil;., witl ti-l pcott, • beeoana apparent to the Wi to paaa ; at naaaaB" 1 in whi< h t ; '"( '• k VL Dev-*^ *Tred ork %  • %  he r rets c Bu I • %  %  • top I %  ith Ann %  %  •• lerce Dt p ment •, > aach n a V a and d>e to II. PL %  '•• the new law. ngttu ii the Utah %  • or I to I the Hou that In: i int" .1 r s a I i •< I c 1 By DAVID SCHWARTZ Latest Triumph oi 'i iddish >\ ords *iS" \.IN A r i | Afru % % % %  %  %  dyin „] ,: .,.,,„ • and l %  LV ei u„ Baanar 1 Cr'aViy r-os rna nxs^ni) 11 Beach. | VOUNG ISHAtL. tf Nil %  %  mmmmmm



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FrMery. July 33. 1965 JeH/st>nrv/(Jtorr Page 15-A \H B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nal B pit* Social Single; will hold a dance on Saturday, \i p.m., at the Barcelona HotH Ala .ecant ~ mitten are se Jaani • Kol".; Ham H. (B:!: Cohei Hov-: HayL sup.':. Shulei. Mi r: past el :eeting of the Miami Beach Mayor's Safety Com;rted (left to right) Dr. I. Lippman. Bayard Strell, secretary. Councilman Melvin J. Richard, WilWeiss, chairman. Bill Farr, vice chairman, Ted :rd E. Klober. Standing (left to right) are John •.tendent. Parking Meters Department, Lt. Col. Beach Police Traffic Department, Martin Wise•. airman. New YorkState Safety Commission. George Whitney, Dr. Ben Miller, Mac D. Goldhagen, Adolph Kastenbaum, Zev Kogan, William Shorenstein, Nick Dunn, Metro Traffic Bureau, Chief Ernie Drosdich Miami Beach Beach Patrol, Abe Schonfeld, Neil Neilson. Metro Traffic Bureau, and Jack Duffield, Assistant City Manager Miami Beach. Safety Committee members not present are Joe Gatti. Sam Aines, Dr. Jack Greenhouse, and Seymour Silverman. II fwo Miami Youths Win Top Dairy Council Awards Here vepy special tRip, AveRy special hotel (Sheraton Tel Aviv j This American-style hotel overlooking Medileiunean ho twiythinc Big. an-conditioned rooms (seme with balconie;). A gorgeous summing pool. Elegant restaurants. Even a fabulous nightclub right in the hotel The Israelis say Sheraton-Tel •" their favorite hotel It'll be vo..i too For Insured Reservations at Gairintetd Rates: call 377-0275. Or sec your Travel Agent SheratonGlAvivHotel Wayne A wlv • %  ted "I•!..• V' .< % %  y the Heat -v •, li Center f Florid;, ward fron juth Flor: pjved ;i merit : \ t 'ouni i • %  ii? Mala v % %  h the i ".".ci t.ill on .i ml! %  The ton m Silver a gra :e birth, he is n honor '•>* placed r% in e*r". de debate tourorious young i**opli in Dade CoiinS He also won Ac championship '• N irniMrtlrjirs may be sent to in both Florida National K ic A nes Edwards, 1001 N\v 7th St. Li a iuc debati < ntests and las) month re| his stati il thi S itional Forensic Lea | ie toui nament in Omaha. S/lVfR THICK MAN rteys, and won first place at Georgetown University National Invitational debate tournament. 'xtetid .V. Y. Sabbath Law •Al Page IA ich %  r in heretofore appeal, the I'm Offly tn the .... | vnerir pmbers >f their .ly do tr.. '•' on Sond ryi r closiaVg or. Mtiif'1:iv. lint ap < alao in caeunere an or> ant Jaftruh ovn< i 1'n-ts" busineas but • • %  ••* n>n mem ibers Of hi* Uhnidi.ite family lot* for him. ire many •%  • rvewif to c^OPvi? tr.** 5 AIL Mf ALS INCLUDED IN LOW FARES! StIP IS .'OUR FLOATING HOTEL in port! I I (tain's Cor %  r%  (mc"l f her u.. •: %  to and from Hollywood anc dale ANO... Trie S S noatOA il t-e futest veelil m M'm. Nassau If. %  llt'l I• •-Ml| istse I Hi's !'• vie* jvnrded u I -"-Sin Met IS Ciitificatt ot SJ: '.atijn. lervationi, •• your Travel Agent — of JWSHIP COMPANY oro. %  ma | i • Blseayne Blvd. at loth St., Miami. Fla. MlOi m Office. 20 S.E. lit St. • Phone; FR -3*J lft-DAY < HI ASK 2nd & 4th Tuesday Each Month — Year Round TO THE B MAMAS l". 8. Coast t.uard Approved Lull Diesel Power and Sails -TnK WUDK" informal ..imfrt to island hidrawa>i and r-xrilin. Bahamas rmurl center* PHOTO 5V83-7990 Your Travel Agent — or Contact Cruises • CHEVRON MARINA im ifraef cent—ay. fart La—area la I'ln* case concerned an OrthoFew, Philip Schvrebel, of Brooklyn, 'Ah-• more Mian a year •• o for running a liiinlxn' \ ar i i hi ployed four nonfamily personnel on a Sondaj With die rapport of the American JewSchwebel's atmrweye atflued for the broader interpretation tfter beh i convicted in %  h** ..,coon the conviction had l><*en •r*ed by the vrmellnto rMvifrion whieh in turn baa tlOW l>een upheld by the Court of Appeals SI larl \ rt, an V-stuswim' reived from •' %  Da %  • i son of M Elaini man. 2017 SW a mem nun. is m, i.i mem bei rf Lei Club and Lt I man Horn So* etj His ability to swim the breast stroke has won him ribbons and trophies. He is official photographer for Sea Scoot Ship 520. Thi Dairy Council has .> i Farewell Tribute To Israel Envoy WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A %  /ell tribute v as this v ee* corded to Mordecai Gazit, Minister nt the Israel Embas> v^lio frt qiiertly si rved .1( harge d'Al \ ice in n • lungton. Leading American diplomats, membei s of t h i i I*I and ead ,, .1... \ : %  -! %  rjommini %  %  "1 Mrs '. IBM tenI ... \ Vvraham Mr Israeli %  Yellgetth er rn MOST ft rom :J Coast to Coastf' ( Slop at any of our modern MILNER hotels conveniently located THROUGHOUT America! $ S.$0 ft D*y fn0. %  N M m oi .. luiea oroupi onj itlivd (•! %  ix-rocf our Satev I ,tpt 'o* 1 tnroltorl, bro


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Page 18-A +Jelst fkrkHw Friday. July 30, 19^ Nothing matches Pepsis taste except New Diet Pepsi il Now you can have your cola and diet, too. New Diet Pepsi has that famous regular-Pepsi taste. Great tingle. Clean, light, refreshing flavor. It's all tastewith no unpleasant aftertaste, like ordinary diet colas. And sugar free Diet Pepsi-Cola has less than one little calorie in a whole bottle. Taste Diet Pepsi. See why it's the only diet cola with a famous cola name. \ Now enjoy Pepsi either way...diet or regular! Bottl^l fc, Nptf-Ooll .,..,.„ „ Mu |tu N* *r..t. *1,-n,. riort*. .„.,„ ;)>>lolm n f .., m wm ^ m 0mmm N f I (rra'Tiy rinas rvna rmstai) I VOI'SO ISMHtL •t ^^Kj^u



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>e Fortas Named by Johnson To Court Vacancy ... Pg. 9-B ,/., 1V< ovnan s UJorti "eJeiiinish inkxridian M Miami. Florida, Friday. July 30. 1965 Section B K Peace Corps Chief Before Pioneers /art Gordon, the well-known painter, bids his wife, Peqqy. voyage aboaid the Nieuw Amsterdam prior to her saillast week tor a European holiday. The Gordons live at NE 100th St.. Miami. si n j by ISABEL GRCVE By Special Report Han iW (ford, i isociate direct or en's WOTS in Israel was an >\ ample of this new kind of politic an i that the growth of the countrj demonstrated the potential of coi structive direct action and servta Wofford challenged the over BO delegates, representing 50.000 i'i oneer Women from the Unitei States and Canada to help extend this new politics throughout th* world Beba Idelson, deputy speaker rd the Israeli Parliament and head of Moetsel Hapoalot, sister organization of Pioneer Women, greeted th; opening session delegation. Kah i i i:. Zvi, former First Lady .ho w as to attend the co nhut could not make the •:.( -ru-.i because of illness ri I special message congratulating eer Women on 'is 40th inni•., rsary The convention lasted four through Wednesday Other highlights included addresses bj Dr Ellen Winston, United statel mmissioner of Welfare, inMarie Syrkin. Brandeis University professor Mrs Bola Adeho. wife of the Nigerian Ambassador to the l nited Nations, and Manhei • S Shapiro, director of the National Jewish Communal Affairs De nicnt of the American Jewish • >m n-.ittce. Haal I rs of the National Council of Jewish Women and three national women's organizations have formed an interJaUri interracial group called Women in Community Service, und< : which volunteers will recruit and screen applicants for th* :;'s training centers of the Job Corps. Signing the sement between the Office of Economic Opportunity and ;S are seated from left) Mrs. William Cooper, of WashSen a national board member of the National Council of Bsh Women, act,no president of WICS. and Dr Otis A. bl< lary, director of the Job Corps. Standing (from left) are rvrnr.eta B. Washington, director ol the women's training —liters cl the Job Corps; Mre. Albert Fischer, of the United Cfcurch Wcmen. acting vice president of WICS; Mrs Dorothy He. president of the National Council of Negro Women; case %  '. ss Mary Donohue. of the National Council of Catholic t^Lfemen. n I Mrs Abe I Lena Zel • Meridian Ave Miami %  are entertaining Lena i Bier-in law and sister, Mr Mrs Abe (Fannie) Kapler. ft.os Angeles. Calif Mr tier is well-known in tV Ix* Kg e 1 e s Jewish community I e he is a member of the .lew Federation Council. Jewish lional Fund. Histadrut, City of at Duarte. and treasurer fthe Old Age Home of Califor The Kaplers will be stay| here for a week to ten days. • • • ver since Judge Ed Klein was Bitted to the Criminal 'ov Mavdon Hums, friend* J!i and Wilma have been tr\ -O think of some way to hoiiFtli m Now It's all arrant: a dinner dance Oct. 23 at i-.: rings Villas Pr i endH Kleins say it'll be a nonech get together — just lots fun !r tad Mrs lsadore Sham k. -Baltimore, Md spent a week | the Sterling Hotel as part of heir three-week motor trip throui im l '< While here. the) met thenson In law d tar, snd grandxIilMren, Rabbi and Mrs Joshua Hertsberg. oi Qaeens, NY Mindy Sue. Mark and David were thrilled to l-e reunited, for however brie! a time, with their grandparent• • • Arthur and Claire Rosichan went to Atlanta. C.a to say hel lo to their son and daughter in law, Dick and F.llen, where Dick's studying English literature at Emory Then it was on to r •him wh=re th>senior ROM chans parted: Claire back to Mi „.... ... Keep t.ie home fires burning, while Art traveled to Tuxedo. NY. to the Onchiota COO ference Center for a meeting of the executive directors of the 16 leading Jewish Federations in (he US Art delivered a profes-ional paper on government grants, anil then hopped back to Miami, where he and Claire are spending the last days of vaContinued on Pafe* 4-B Narburt's bavh irilh no-uaistbantl skirls 12 rs Tl % %  -abied. labeled st a .r-g gooo looks all in easy-care Dacron polyester cotton. Right: Ame skirt with welt-seaming, beige, olive charcoal grey, burgundy, plue Below: Y-hipped A-ime in otlve burgundy, block 5 zes 8 to 14 in group. • • ipOrtftWO*' : %  %  .-. -. MAM ill 6 Burdmc i H< •



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Fage 2-B Beth Am Ladies Name Chairmen rs Richard Mper. Sisterhood e Beth Am. has ....... %  e following committee chairn Financial secretary. Joan Hajrtl m ben dp retention, Un \> thur Jacowttz and Mrs Pa\id e; hospitality. Mrs. Donald Frank ami Mrs Kdwanl Scharps; monthly publication. Mrs. B>ron Cherkas; i niongrams, Mrs. Paul • %  Lei Ick. Kiduush. Mrs. Kermit Pern heimer; Oneg Shabbafc Mrs. Kalph Leidfler. Mrs Koso Potlucli and Mr*. Ini DrnckiMtn; bridge, Mr* Gene Earner ami Leslie Kaye; bowling. Mrs Jacqueline Woklenberg; rummage. Mrs. Sam Rosen. Jmiaica. lilt. Sylvan Pawliger; cbildren'a dance class. Morns 0d< >sky. Stationery. Mrs. Sol Sch\vart7; special evenls. Mrs Nonnan Wein-r; community service, Mrs. Sy Leopold; education. Mrs. Philip Bra^s; inter-faith. Mrs. Morton Notariu* and Mrs. Byron Cherkas; programming. Mrs. Ellis Tarsehcs and Mrs. Marshall Keuer. Mildred n. Bfllin Beauty Unit Names Resnicks Mr. and Mr-. Sam Resnick. 5225 Collins Ave.. have been appointed to the City of Miami Beautifieslion Committee bj the Miami City Council. The Resnicks have planned and counseled on landscaping activities at Jewish Home for the Aged. YVostview Country Club. T e m p I e Israel and other garden areas in Dade County. They are recent recipients of three Miami B<.unification awards for work at the Jewish Home for the Acred. Gershwin Women Install Officers Ladies' Auxiliary, decree Gershvin Lodge. Knights of Pythias, in stallation was held recently at the Su 1'side Center. The following will hold office for the 1965-66 term; Headlines Belle Kroll. president; Mae Marin. membership; Evelyn Streiff. fund-raising; Fannie Furshman, recording secretary: Lorraine Sherr, financial secretary. Mesdames Frances Eilen. social secretary; Pauline Gross, correcpondlng secretary; Fay Weinstein, treasurer; and Elsie Herman parliamentarian. In the summer when it sii chiliad soupoiler us lha thirst quenching refreshment of a beverage with the nourishment of a ;>""• HOW universally popular such ...iips are can easily be seen when We note the origins of the many recipes for them. For example, from the shores of the Mediterranean have come (i.i-r-acho. I combination of chopped raw vegeta%  laa, and Red Bisque, an inspired blend of tomato and pimento. Our grandmothers brought their recipes for borsht and schav from eastern Europe, and for fruit soups from lands as far apart as Scandin avia and the Balkans. While rich and elegant Vichysois-e WW the invention of a French chef, it mi actually created in the United States. Served icy cold, the many excellent canned soups are as dUciOUS as they are popular in Israel and Europe as well as in America. Since summer is the time when the living Should be easy and we I should take advantage of all the prepared and packaged foods at I our command, our recipes lor today are suggestions for jiffy chilled soups, some of which require no cooking at all. The Red Bisque mentioned above can be prepared in | blender First drain a 4-Ol can or jar ol pimento*, reserve half of one pimento and cut the remaining ones into small pieces. Place them in a blender, add 2 cups of tomato juice, and blend until smooth, chill thoroughly. Cut the reserved pimento into strips and use as a garnish. This amount serves 2. When grandmother made her schav she used sorrel or sour grass spent many minutes in its preparation, and considered the effort well worth-while Sorrel is rather hard to find in our markets, so making a true srhav Is not always possible. even if we wanted to. Quick, easy, delicious, and very similar taste is a jiffy bors-ht which we can preI pare w ith chopped frozen spinach. Since the spinach, unlike the sorrel, is not naturally tart, we add lemon juice and citric acid We can also prepare a quick and novel s. 6. y%>* / -JenUtncrMtor Cooking Friday, luly 3"! C omer borsht of tomato juice and buttci nnlk, wimh. like she Bad Bisque. ,.„..,. „o ro king al all. it maj be served in bowls but Is delightful poured into glasses and drunk as %  be v era-.' Without the sour cream this borsht is very low in calorie*, yet has a rich texture an.l flavor. jiffy Spinach Borsht (Mock Sch.v) 2 cups water i .• teaspoon >a 3 pieces sour sal: about the size of peas 3 to 4 tablespoons sugar, to taste 1 afro* package chopped frozen spinach 1/3 to 1/2 cup dairy sour cream. to taste 1 •** ., Lemon juice to taste, if desired Place the water, salt, sour salt citric acid), and sugar in a sauce, pan. bring to boil, and stir uii.il the sour salt is dissolved. Add the spinach, bring to a full boil, and >i m mer for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat and chill until icy cold. .iu-t before serving beat the egg until light and Uuck and beat the sour cream until smooth S.u into the borsht Add lemon juice to taste, if desired Serve in bowls. To servo as a beverage, whirl in a blender until smooth. This amount. This amount makes from 2*1 to 3 enrps of borsht. The proportions of salt, sugar, sour cream and acid may be varied to steins, who liv e in Miami Shores, are longtime Dade resnen^ Council Coffee Set Wednesday Coffee and Council are ^iJjy^S.cC^lO^ minds of the members of Shores Division. Niton. Council of Jew *££ ^onal c ., ish Women, as they welcome inJewish Won ,. ,,, %  ,,.,-. terested women to attend a coffee CB JJnational ; ..nd o\. for prospective members next the areas ol community er. Wednesday at the home of Mrs and public afRBBM CIVI THf mentis am ... A TTLE OF •CJRSELF BE A UNITED FUND VOIUNTEER Dr. Wo/fson fo be Speaker The fifth lecture in the series on %  > and th< Reli the V. | p, Abral n W son bi g Adult Education on Thursday morning. 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium of Wast-1 "-2:i4 Washington ^ v %  %  and humorous recita tion.s by \ Burstein ril] precede Dr Wolf son's talk. Hava tfftat %  uslncss Meeting. Banquet, or %  pedal Occasion f You'll fmd completo facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, ScHeberaxade a i Rubaiyat Rooms, bo it for o wedding or o privoto party I HAZEL ALLISON Oa lirlw a Dir+cfr, JE 1-6061 st. a c*nina *••. Congratulations • in order? Thef; no '-•'>• er! 0u'er"tc^' Z • stal S> to the last ents, a wed Bar M i s — I, • Part.es from 25 to 500 • Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 far • an appo.ntment. • He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Wald man DIETARY LAWS STRICTLV OBSERVED (g) ON TM1 OCIAN AT 43rd STUEBT. MIAMI BEACH M e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They am uneojasltad w their prc*tssKM. > Thty ea ns diUdo's cstrmi start. That wll sake a success of aoj aarty... s wtCdnf... s Bar stitrvah*... s besinsss Haflaj or i social ItrcVon. The all ssrvs ttom 20 to 1000 Omars wfttt ttaa food siptrthr prtoarsd in ths *l do's newT osecrited Cotillion Room. Trey I arrsnee W whsttvtr space you reat-rs. Call Mr. Takhatr st Jltterson Wll or ths kast hmcton you'*i ever ha*l xuarsoat cotiurs avtaut tao i.m.ois ataa suti 1 (nnS-y r~i3 n-13 nxu-na) I Reach 5 VOl'NG lSHtL. 910 NE 1T1S ssstt at i RMsVMli I \



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Friday, July 30, 1965 +Jmlst> fir r Minn Paa 3-B lizrachi Women lame Chairman By Special Report v ; • %  ores! I'll, i I -... ill serve aa chairman con%  ntion ol the llutrachi Women's r f America, it was j Mn BU Resnikoff, | lent. from the Dlstri I ol Colum. will attend the fbur-daj m< I scheduled for Nov. ~ to 10 Atlantic City, N.J. Irs Young holds offii % %  as naetarj <>t the women's | (Zionist i, h i ;.'• "ales extei live neti | ,n-.. ia! w e institutions In to ... i o of. ForHill* an Mrs Haj m Leaf, "I x \ Y uill sei • L. %  nd co i Bureau of Jewish Education Announces Committee Appointments for Next Year iriety Slates \e Cream Party idults nd children .ir* inr o to the Suburban League's an i %  cream pai tj and -Jiow on irdaj noon at Variety c'hilHoepital eague president, Mrs. Alan t/. announced ih;ii parent! and Idn-n will IH> welcome to come see Chan. 4"l Skipper Chuck .i complete ahow. •-chairmen <•( the party are Robert Gdbtrg. 7388 sw Hist and MrWilliam B Cooper, SW ''th St. uncil Women \o to Movies' ith Youth Here %  unteera from the Grenter MiSection, Nation.il Council of j Women, accompanied chilrom the Operation Head itder Horizons Program to \nx of "Mary Poppins" at inlevard Theatre ration Headatart is part of n udent Johnson war on povim, with emphasis on action to help children of lii'd opportunity set .i K O O >I in school •mbers ol the Greater Miami lion National Council of Jew Women, have traditionally I with h in ; i H oe I and "in >n\ lleged children, including Ideal and the b luncil ia an integral part of special ed ication proi ram of %  Count] -. hooj System. lunteera al th"Mar) Pop showing include I Mrs llarrj ii %  -. Uon vice president <>f i i i and Mrs. J<>•• %  in VS. ISKAll YOUNG Youngster Wins Merit Award Roberta S hwarte w h se I a • n • is R iberti l;. an and who has need nd modeled since .r-e two, b for i haritj organizahas re< eii '',1 a merit awar I the Dairy Council of South Florida riie daughter Of Mr and Mrs Sol Schwartz, 1560 NE Hist St.. No Miami, hasoloed on T\' Chan 7 Circua and at Carl Pogto'l annual recital in Dade County Auditorium. Now eight yean old, she earned .. pin for .scholarship at Natural Undue Elementary and an honor certificate from her reUgtoua school for excellence in Bible customs She is a Brownie and takes Red Cross swim courses The Dairy Council has a continuing program to honor mcritnn mis young people in Dade Count) Nominations can he <-rnt to Agnes Edwards, '."Oi N\v :th St, Miami. Miami Woman Attends Confab Mrs Herbert J Teller, of 9005 SW 87th SI represented I/>rhe'" Chapter as official delegate this week at the .SHth annual convention nl the Children s Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver. The fn da) con. lave gathered delegates from the center'a volunteer women's auxiliaries in 23 es that raise funds through round social activities t-.> tup port the tree non sectarian treatment-care and research program. Mrs Teller observed the mosl recent adi inces in asthma allerthe institu.e thai have received $1.5 million for %  |j mg the nature and %  the disease Committee ippointmenta in the lew ish Bducati -n for I )ear 196568 were an nounced W ednesda) bj Jose p h lent Of the Bureau Bu I'maiK e Committee ill bt he ided b) Meyer A Raskin, HI i pn sident of the Bui ea Other members include Judge Fred d, ii seph Cohen, Meh > n Irumkes \i,i\ Meisel Hen Meyers, Leon Rosoff, Joe Zalis, and Leonard Zilbt \ tucation Committee, which spons rs Jewish Book Month locally, "ill be headed by Melvyn Ft mkes, s crejarj of the Bureau i • II lude io-i ph Abelow S • lei April, Meyer A. Baskin Mrs Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Doroth) Krieger Pink, l>r Max A. Lipschitz Rabbi Sol Landau. Al Shi an Joshua Stadlan, and Mrs Alfred Stone, Library Committee of the Bureau, which directs the purchase of books and supervises circulation in the Bureau's Central Jewish Library at 940 Lincoln Rd., consists of Mrs. Joseph Dtintov, honorary vice president of the Bureau, chairman, and also includes Mrs. Joseph Abelow, cochairman. Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Morris Honigfoaum, Mrs. David Muskat, Dr. Maxwell Dauer, and Dr. Isaac Unterman. Buildinc Committee of the Bureau will be charged with future planning for Bureau occupancy and consists of Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, and Theodore Berman, Harold Jaffer. Jack Katzn-.an. Ben Meyers. Mrs. Matilda Katner. Harry Simonhofl Charles Wrirtberg. and Leonard Zilbert. Bureau's Board of Review arbitrates complaints among teachers and schools and is headed by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman, and includes Judge Fret I Barad, co-chairman. Rabbi Shimon Azulay. | M. A Raskin. Melvyn Frumkes, 1 Rnhbi Morton Malavaky, Louis Schwartzman, and Mrs. Joshua >tadlan '< a n flit ocean at miaroi beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ...ranging from 10 to 1000. OR ,% a miaml conn try dob getting Spaciousness k the keynote of your affair amidst the phishness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos phcre of thia resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. Dm Id Kovac, Director of Food and Beveragt Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club. i JE 2-3600 _r—L lay. Louis Schwartzman, Louis Gadon, and Dr. Isaac Unterman. Tin i reau'a Nominatin Itet i hit li recommends both ol luerand members of the B i i ectora vill be chaired b) Ben Me) ers, past presi lenl : au, and includes M i\ l %  i \ Baskin, Dr In ii Oscar Mamber, \l I >--i|>. Mra ] K.it/in: ii. and \l i Mai ilda '• %  ner Teachers w e 1 f a r e Com mil I %  stimulates retirement p r o g r a n medical insuran e pr for teachers in all Jewish sch Judge Fred Barad ia chairman and the committee includes 1 d re Berman, Melvyn Frumkes an I Louis Schw art/man The Bureau's Public Relations Committee will be headed by Al -II>. vice pi eaidenl of the Bui and iii include Mra M \ Baskin Ed Cohen, Mrs. Louis Glasser Herbert Shapiro This committei will interpret ami publicize the function and program of tl Buio the nenral commt Ccmmittee on Secondary education has been formed with Zen Zion Ginsburg as chairman The committee will review the work of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School and attempt the oossible expansion of scconda-. education in the community. ... .1 \ Baskin, Hei n an I Joe Zalis. Cohen t all < ill be ". %  M i th tlieir duties motion al mi i eau ol .'exish Edui eld in Septi Noted Poet Memorialized i be Laramon Radi r P r y Id its monthl) m< • the home of Mr I < al. 1 >:' Tuesday Memtx rs offered 'trial positions in mi mortal I to the late poel Josi ph Ausl critic and judgi I • %  %  %  • 1959 ed m l Gables last mo Board Of License of ihe Bureau screens applications for Hebrew. Sunda) School, ami pre-scbool lea. h ers before recommending leather licensing for qualified leathers Board of License is ree ognized b) thome old tovor.fet to our VAtlED MtNU. Tndrlcm Rraoul a la Deutch, Stuffed Cabbage. Chicken Paprika. h BANQUET FACILITIES Harding Ava."* 95h St., Surfsida Plan to i lake your net benquef, te''monlol dinner or wedding parly YOJRS EXCLUSIVELY in Ihe elegance of CHANDLER S SURFSIDE (formerly Maxlm'il. Catering Manager JE 8-0523. 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1 ?. ; < i i Perrto 1A-* Pcge 4-B Jenistfkrkfiar Friccv, July 30, lejjl Continue roi P9 %  %  cation at the cabana and other of leisure, prior to Art return to the office Monday. which he heads as ClieJ ot the Greater Miami Jewish K-aviation • Mr and Mrs. SelwyB G Wo in. oi North Miami Beach, are planning to spend the weekend at In <' on Duck Key. n hid) it vt ill be a few daj s with Dr. and Mrs. Mark Wynn. of Marathon. Selwyn'S brother and %  jster-hvlaw. Note from Loch Sheldrake. N Y that Florence Kupperniaii is "having a ball" Then it's off to Woodmcre. LI after which Florence expect:o return to Miami on Tuesday. Now that Marvin B. Guberman ICk at their S23t> SW 42nd St. homo alter his auto accident. Bhona will be flying to NewYork to pick up the eldest Guberman daughter. Shelly With Rhona will be the couples two moppe:s. and they all plan to the Fair and relative.in New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs Herman Sun have Aug. 22 circled on their calendar That's t.'ie day their ton. Fred, a recent University of Miami graduate, will be getting married Officiating "ill be his brother, Kobert. a rabbi, from New Y'ork. Minna Lea Forer. 17. is thrilled at hein? :he lead in •"The Chairs," by Eugene Inesco, on Sunday, 2 n m at Beaumont Hall of the U of Miami eiapn .intheph.>. ,he daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mike Forer will be paying I %  %  •• M woman.. MinnasUen attending drama classes on cammis during the summer < • P.ember of National I oi • ensic League. French Club and Thespian Club ... She VMS understudy lor the temimne lead in l.u Glass Menagerie, and voted best supporting actress .' Coral Gables Huh la>; Jjear • • Minna, a veteran act re-eleven years, will be appearing in Thurbei's '•Carnival" at the Merry-Go-Round shortly. It s been a joyful summer for the Irving Jacobsons. of 435 SW 19th Rd. July 11. Irving and Jean celebrated the birthday of their youngest child, Joy. with a • sixteen party held at their home Thenson. Dr Ralph Jacobean, his wife Phyllis, and their two children. Michael and Laurie Ann. have Just an they are home to stay Dr. .i ''Ms been serving as captain in the Air Force the past two yean • Their tour si service completed, the you::.: coupk will make their home in Miami where Dr Jacobson will practice dentistry ... Dr. Jacobson attended Emory University ami the University of Baltimore Dental School Irving and Jean have another daughter, Shirley, who with husband Norman Luger. and SOBI Mark and David, also call Miami home Now that the family Schechter School Now Registering Registration is now being" acder the personal supervision of cepted in the Solomon Schechter Dr. Irving Lehrman and under the Day School ol Temple Emami-El. direction of Samuel J. Leibowitz, now in its eighth year of operation, new education director at Temple Raphael K. Yunes. chairman of the Emanu-El. B>ard of Education, announced. Classes meet in the Temple" Class at the nursery and X or.h Branch Building at 77th St, kindergarten level and extend ; ,„,| Dickens Ave through fifth grade. „ A11 teacherSi in ,„,,„ the He"Children who are accustomed brew an ,i English Departments to small classes and to receiving have been selected for their qualiindnidual attention will find t'i fications and experience in order tame pattern followed in the Solo,h : ,t they may bring to the chilmonSchechter Day School," Yunes ,>,,.„ the finest education possisaid. The curriculum combines secliar studies that meet all stancards of the Dade County Board cf Public Instruction, "with the ultimata in Jewish education. In *nswer to Hie demand of the community," Yunes said, "provisions have been made for those children who have not had any previojs education in Hebrew as a language to bring them up to the level of their fellow students • t their own speed and without *he st-ain of keeping up at the elaa level." The entire school program is unble."' Yunes declared. ll<>t lunches are served, an.i transportation is provided by the Temple's fltel ol buses are together for the first time in Jong time. Jean and Irving will have all their children and grandchildren with Item when they ohserw their :i2ud anniversary or Aug. 12. t t Barbara Adler has been wnt ing her parents, the Louis Adlers, of 180 HI 133th St, enthusiastic letters about her grand tour Ol Europe She even tcleplioned from Florence. Italy. Baking for more money because the shoppia| is tOO wonderful to pass up Barbara, whose dad is the noted musician here, has been to concerts in Vienna and Koine Another unforgettable experience — skiing on the Dead Sea in Israel Meanwhile. Lou's taking a respite from his musical activities, and the Adlers' son, Am old. is completing courses at Dade Junior CoDc a • • Teenage beauty pageaol .it the • e on Sunday wu as fabulo is anj Miss Universe d iu-" Ten-month Alan Chodrow. in hi.lad's arms, I ,n with deep concentration Junior and senior entries included Caren Levine. Karen Unger, Susan Prince. Deborah Levine. Susan Sel;zer. I/>ri Smolin. Mollie Sandrew, Nancy Sonenberg, Plullis Cheracoff, Marcia Greene, Sue Kaplar, Lisa Burdo. Carolyn Orr. Su-an Spar. Completing a two-week vacation in Miami Bea*.h at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton i Miriam I Sirkio are Mr. and Mrs. Dick dUitlue) Sirkin Dicks an executive with the Charlotte Observer, and a Miami Beach High aj aduate as is Kiithie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sindell The young SirJuiu aaso MM ted the Sindells, now living m Pompano Beadi, when not busy a: the DiLido Hotel cabana and pool area tunning with their children. Boh 4. and Robtn 9 months Ajao participating in the family fun were two sets "t great grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Su garmen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin. COMPLETELY NEW AND SUPERIOR Jewish Chaplain Appointed Michele Levin To Play Saturday Miami pianist, Michele Levin. >\i!l play Rhapsody in Blue' at the Saturday nigh) Greater Miami f'hilharmonic Twilight Concert at Marine Stadium. The youthful pianist will l>e making her second orchestral appeal ante in Miami. Tyf) years ago, at the a-.'e of 18, she became the • ungeat pomon ever to be awarded a Baehelor"s degree from the Curtis Institute of Music in PhilaRRl'SSLLS-.JTAi-Rabbi Hilkl dclphia. Medalir. -oiritnal leader of the *• Wish community ctf Antwerp. ^oWoati uTreceWea lJ(^r' S as been appointed chaplain for degree in co Chef BOY-\R-DJ MARINARA This year, she became the fir.-* er's mposition from the and J>**.V 111 *'UII|/"-|U"l| 11**111 Jewish students at the Catholic w„rtd-renowned school. 1 iiuTMty of Louvain. There are ghe is the daughter of Dr. l.o students at the university. Mrs. Herbert S. Levin, of 530 SW practically all of them American, luh Ct, Miami. This is the first time that contact ^^^^^ I.been established between the Jewish students at the university and tin local Jewish communities I aiis are also under v%j n.i Uie opening ot a keahor restaurant in a aommunity center in Louvain. At last! A margarine with all three t. 10Oo AY FREE X LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE \ i The 3 000 deadweight ton cargo motorship Esther.' th.e lust ocean-going merchant vessel built in Israel smen the cwgn oil King Solomon, is now a busy member of the Zim UM I lleet.f plying on the company's seivice between Israel ana v^-or*. The "Esther," built by Israel Shipyards Ltd., ci Hcfifa was launched on Apr. 7, 1964. and delivered to r.er OWSan lest Apr. 11. She is the 65th vessel in the Zim Lines fleet and d be followed by two more Israel-built s^teif.os. t.-. MS Hanna. to be launched shortly at Haifa. cr.c an a Ft named vessel. Argentine Writers Protest Moscow BUENOS A1EES— (JTA1 The Argen ine Writers Association i pressed Its "deep concern" here this week over anti-Jewish dis crimination in the Soviet l*i In a letter sent to Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin. the Association de plored the policy soppn ing the puMioation Of books in Hebrew and Yiddish ami the functioning "f -Jewish •.heaters and schools ui Ruaais ••Such a policy of discrimisM tion." tile letter declared, is Hagrant!} contradictory to the • called policy of nationalista in Russia. Language and religion constitute inu and i r nd i notiiii %  %  1rtve a i N • free *m >-<• mail ;; Citing I IM iati %  at bias ie. sal Latin v-encan < x on Diarrimin ;i !(-. 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m \ \riday. July 33. 13S5 +Jewish nrrMfair Page 5-3 I I ... tZ&bout i people an JVL aces fust n :i leet.| ope. I wai lest MS w JtHT.I 'i U 1 %  ONf • -TWO. .THREE. .FOUR. .FIVE. ki, DoiUia, I'atti. TOfai tad Maria I h<\ i a ixiorikiinR to Soplii.i .m.l Hal vi one "ill l>e the sixth. The new Kn. %  ill coma along In plant) of tima ao a. interfere rith the Democratic primaries Mama iii be campaigning for reelec-talc i ommil eewoman Right now, .ill nglanden are relaxing and boning up on irserj rhymei IWiSTVIIW COUNTRY CLUB WAS THE SCENE .mil Howe 11 Kate were having tin 1 -t time tinother nigbJ The) had .< cot k ,,i .. Westview Country Club so thai the | could meel their ton, Wilham (Case's i>cst ,ki dau bier of Ha. and Mra Herbert ;, (i.nk and iH'iiiiv wore .> yellow print [, gown anil wai aa vivid and excited as I; pi agi i -iri can inin the receivinK %  i them were the grandparents, Mra Wil >i Mr anil Mrs. Sam Roean, and Mr j Samuel Katz. Tin* buJfel table was ^ sparkling fountain filled with roses and ^ mponu M < %  -•*. ti table, a tamp with white roved a conversation piece Strolling viided -i -"it baekgtouad i<>i tin' animated lk :.. thai went on from Bve until eight. The t L uill ba in late Neptrmber Amonj; th>' n i-tware Mr. and Mrs S T. Taylor plr Mra Abo Waxenberg, Mr and Mn Ion' r, Mr and Mrs Harold Maaharg Mr and Mrs larr) l %  'rohman. Mr. and Mra. Jamea Cabba, i Mi Brand, Mr. and Mrs itttbrri laeaing Mr *d MrIxzj Hecht, Mrs, Herbert Taaan Mil [r and MrMorn-. I.om.iskin. Mr and |l|!'in: Greenfield, and Mr and Mrs Sair. • • nson IIRC FIDDLED I • this Nero. Peter Nero, didn't fiddle, li<' the piano and what a pi.mo at tinfifth of the Summer "Pops" in the Miami Auditorium Bob Breeskin, the director I i com icted the concert says that Peter adorable, voung and cute, i~ one of the most t.d t-ntfii musicians in the world 11 music todaj Bob waa wearing a full-length gray tux that he had bronghl back from Korea Annette, his wife, looked very glamorous In flowing black chiffon, Among the man) young felka in theaudience WIT;' Jill Goldatrich, Bonnie Morn-. David Goldin, sii-.m Yunes Other guests include I Mr and Mra. I'arthold Strauss. Mr and Mrs Bugene Weiss, Mr and Mrs. Leo AeLei man. Mme. Mana Zucca, Mr ami Mrs. Aaron Parr Mrs p, F. Breslauer, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Wten, Mr and Mi Sidne) Rosenbi rg, Mrs i i. Bloom, and Mr. and Mrs Melvin .1 Richard, The cute Little redhead with Bather and Sidne) Bchwarti is their granddaughter, Jan Ellen Berger, from Chicago She iMttingwtben a merr) (has.. SMART ALL OF THEM Jcs-if iMrs Samuel Gertman, who attended the School ii Social Work at the University of Maryland laat year, is in Miami tar she summei working with the Miami Housing Authority, Daughter Susy, who goes to Goucher, is bare tor the summer, loo, working at Cedare of Lebanon Hospital. Son Dick, who goes to Tulaaa ini\fi-it>. is using Miami as a baee lor his job with the L'niNcrsity (r | Miami .Marine Biology Laboratory Son Paul had to say put at the Johns Hopkins Medical School Comes the fall and the three Gertmaaa will &> back to their resp e ctive schools. • • THIS IS MY ROOM There were three signs over three bedroom doors. This is my room. They were signed Stevie Julie. Su-\ The si^ns were in the house o( n and Mrs Philip Wetastain Jr., in Hollv WOOd, Kla. Juliet Mis Hyi I.ieher. tiom I'hoen i\. came tO visit her arandchil lien. I>ut she real ly didn't need the signs to tell her which was which Juliet comes at least twice a year, once with Hy and once without The Miami contin' oi her friends always troop up to BBC her She hasn't changed a bM Francs Lehman Noted Hebrew Novelist Moshe Shamir Highlights Jewish Teacher Institute By Special Report One of the outstanding Hebrew novelists of Israel. IfOatM Shamir. A as guest speaker at the annual I Irael Might on Sunday. highlight 1 the 14th annual Educators Seminar held on the campus of 0 r nell Univerait) from Jul) -i to 25, under the auspices of the Dl | ment of Education and Culture the Jew ish Agenc) Amei lean Si i tion. Shamir Is one oi 11 I Ish authi rs and scholars sen as members o I \' s iting lecturers at the Insl tute al tended by some 100 American Jewish educators from throughout the country. Othtr speakers at the Israel N'.-jht meeting were Dr. Samuel M. Blumenfield director of the Education and Culture Department or tho Jewish AgencyAmerican Section, who presented *n evaluation of "SJsamir's Contribution to Hebrew Reborn;" and Pre*. Milton Konwitt, of Cornell Univorsiry, who served as chairman. Provost Tin.maMacke-ey. of Cornell University, extended eetings In behalf ol the univer gity. Israel Night also include,I a program of Israeli folk songs ami dances under the supervision of Harold Greenberg. who served as coordinator "f the summer insti tute, Shamir, lx>rn in Safad in 1921. i> MOSHf SHAMIR the winner of many Israeli priw;* for his nowls He won the kin Prize in 1948 and the Biali-i Prize m 1965. one of his novels, Kins; of Flesh and Blood," waa published in English by Vanguard Press in 1068 An ex erpt from bis first novel, He walked Through the Fields. app< ared in the a i tin log). "Sound the Great Triun pet." publ 'led b) Whittier Books ,n 1966 ue Sisters Will h Wednesday 1 nitC I Order of True ill celebrate True Slate ednesda) at Tony's Fish til luncheon and a !*• nuance of "The !>runk Mas i; ithtieUI is chair %  da) order of True Sisters was rt lB4i and is one of the men service organiza e l'l ted Mates ropj is N:i Among its it enga %  the Spei 1 i .,t Van n 11" pital i me w Inner •in Her it iui) of the aid Salad Sparkler >r the Summer U -ht. bright in. r ating vi'i extra tan • ist sparklers like i Pct'ika Garlic Dressing i i Planters Paatwl oil rineger :'. teaapaaaj finely chopped t(.,i.on salt teen paprika t<.. poon sugar mb e all the Ingredients thor I. ii obiU oU before using New un sal ted Mazola Margarine now certified Kosher and Parve. ROOM FOR RENT VHI RCASONAME uii 1 -chen Priites. hon FR 9-5286 Utweci 5 ni 9 p.m. \ BITE SIZE KNISHES, %  ntses A Fancy Hot or Cold Hrs d oeuvres for your cocktail p.-rty or rtoal social furvcn. Made to your order. 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*Je^§tncrkBar Friday. July 30, ,*Pcce 6-8 \ ranee £J> ina We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Lee is th in debating and the theater. Pat thinks :hat woman's place is in the home. SO Lee has full charge of the house, as he has of the Store Lee has always been synagogue-minded, and they have adopt'. 1 Temple Israel as part of their family She came through the ranks of various chairmanship, m the Sisterhood until now she is president of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel PTA work as Civil Defense chairman has long dogged her footsteps and she has been a Girl Scout leader for four years The Greenes lead a very normal, quiet life They like to take trips together For the past six year-, they have gone to Greenbriar in September. They look forward to it all year. Stereo is a major activity in the Greene family Pat takes pride in his roses and the one oranue tree on which he lavishes a lot of affection and fertilizer. Six dozen oranges are a lot of oranges, he thinks, from one tiee They tind time for a little swimming and golf — but not enough Lee and Pat are not concert-goers or card players, They enjoy dancing, the movie-, dinner and long, pleasant discussions With friendwho have 'he same interest. theirs. They are the typical family making up the backbone of the Temple and the communit) in which they live IFF. Dubler. Gory Exchange Vows The Algiers Hotel was the ael ,,„„ for :he nuptial.uniting Fay ferine Gory and David Marshall Dubler on Saturdaj evening, Jul) Following a reception at the hotel the couple left for a honeymoon in Daytona Deach On their return thej will live in Coral Gables ,. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank \ GOT) Sr B65 NW 13Wh >' "''' bride was attended by Ann Chapman and Susan McGill Parents of the bridegroom are Mr and Mrs Nathan T Dubler. 1636 SW 19th St Martin RalSkj served as his best man. and Frank \ Gory Jr. Jeffrej Dubler and Fre terick Popper usher.'. I Both Mr and Mrs Dubler attended Miami Dade Junior Col lege. He is a graduate >•, Miami High, ami she is a graduate of Miami Norland Senior High Miss Kurtzman Will Wed Doctor Mr. and Mrs Seymour Kurtzman. 1190 Marseilles Dr announce the engagement of their daughter, Rae Sue. to Muhael M. Raskin, son of Mr. and Mrllarrv Raskin, i : 4523 Royal Palm Ave The bride-elect, a teacher al N< rth Miami Junior High School, attended the University "f Illinois and graduated from the Universit) of Florida with a BA in English she is presently working on an MA in English al the University of Miami Mr Raskin, a Beach High gradu. ate, attended the University of Florida, where he was i member of Pi Lambda Phi He graduated from the Universit) <>f Miami with „ Its in chemistry and is HOW I sophomore at the University of Miami School f Medicine. He was freshman class president and is a member of Alpha Kappa Kappa, medical fraternity. A June. 1966 wedding is planned by the couple Hashomer Nufzoir Aide \! vs YORK (JTA \ionoff trnatw I iujj Hatzair in the U her of the AIIUTK in "imiUajJ Weizmana Inatitutt died here this ueek at the Me was particularly aclivj, Ma-homer Hatzair. ai kibbutl movement in 1-raei Ml about %  i i \ jt \\ • K .• li r MRS. DAVID DOBlfl V MISS RAF. KURTZMAN There "is'" a . with every If we told yoo the content! of thu ,ce cream yoo m _, -,t not believe it' Frejh frvrH, nu t, imported chocolatei and woHdi of other goodiej m 5 of the mot popular flavor* 1 BUTTER PECAN PISTACHIO CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY VANILLA COFFEE "' % %  %  60 c • Sumpl, a ii (, Mldout f/crroa hlt fnday and Saturday al both ou, (oco/.on. THA I HHOS ICZL_JF^.L= MARKET gathered for you Miriam F ield *_A> tsmtwomimkan br*7a*| /Viiuri tS "unJimnH-.l % %  hcn it nit cflfhrul,.: I\*3 hraeli COM >-t \.' ikmrnitf Itrmti djmamt NO* •I<-'> i-rwtr"vuii lotions •'! wotthmU, of • • tmd ir*J • %  '*' •" tin,! tmitmdU Of tmtm Mprmttmmitftm ugm. •>/>. %  I%  froturt in HohJ.i\ M • thttt fouinuti-ui % % %  •Nowhere fa the wortd." accoril iim ii> lllMla>. 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idoy. July 30, 1965 -Jewish fhr/dHr Paq 7-1 W Z ***&. i I ILi Temple Emanu-El Day Campers pose with Dr. Irvinq Lehrman and camp staff during rehearsal of their closinq production. "Merry Pep-Ins." The musical will be presented on Thursday eveninq. Aug. 5. in the main Temple, 1701 Washington Ave.. culminating the eighth year of the Day Camp program. Members of the Day Camp staff are Milton Feinstein. director. Steve Greenberg. Miss Inez Samuel, Mrs. Rose Kauffman, Mrs. Edith Katz. Junior counselors include Howard Sheldon. Sarina Mizrahi, Jonathan Kaplan, Stuart Cypen. Susanne Singer, Maxine Firtel, Robert Feinstein, Don Robins. Final session of the Day Camp will be held on Friday. Aug. 6. Sraun, Broad Eetrothal Told A September wedding is planned >r Marlenc LOIUM Brain and Nori in BrOM son <>f Mr and Mrs Libert Broad, of 4330 Nautilus Dr.. lurni B %  >th:il hll been made b\ the fubride'i parenta, Mr and Mrs. I itched Brain, 3200 NK 3fi St Ft %  iderdak The bri under pressure arising from hia anti-Jewish agitation here. was detained by the political branch of the Argentine Police Ihis week when lie arrived for wha he described aa "private reasons." "eitler, Kaminsky iye Nov. 20 Rites M: ..n | lira. Al Teitler. 5740 Mil pr Road, announce the engageent of their daughter. Regme %  tt\. to Joseph Kaminsky. riic groom-to-be la the son of and MrA.iron Kaminsky. of 13 Harbor bland. A \m H wedding is planned by coupli lelaine Glick fee Married v/^ind Mrs. Benjamin OUdt, Poughke | -i< N V announce .• engagl men! of their daughter. laine, i( Maury David Locke, in of Mr and MrS William 2000 SH Band Ave Hie coupb is planning an Augi^r 1966 w< dding I •pportunity Day his Saturday •ur itj P .i > will be held I day S iturday Sh ipptn Center, SI u i w. nth Ave bsi • ant < %  a % % % %  % %  I • i \r. ; %  i II.HIC Econorrdi Opam lo recruit for Job Corps Mei i ^ outh >s the M npow I T I>" • el< pmenl Pi • %  11 her \ -III%  i nic Oi lit \ Pythians Will Confer Rank Fifteen candidates in waiting will have the rank of page conferred upon them at the next regular meeting of the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge on Monday, 7 30 p.m., at the Surfside Community Center Dr. Oscar Ruskin. newly-elected chancellor commander, will preside. This Saturday evening, the Knights and their ladies will pay tribute to the previous chancellor commander. Fred Zeiger. at a testimonial dinner at the Aimers Hotel Zeiger served two terms, diinni; which the lodge doubled its membership He was selected liv the itate order to serve as district deputy grand chancellor for the 7th Pythian District for the coming year Argentine Author is Cited BUENOS AIRES — iJTAi The Uberto Gerchunoff Liter a rj prize for 1965 has been awarded to the well known Argentine Journalist Bernardo Verbitaky, for his ItDifficult to Begii Live The prize is given bj the \ entine Institute for Culture and Information, an affiliate of the American Jewish Committee Ver. bitsky ialso the a il i ol %  ooks at ess aj and literal*) criticism Beth Torah Will Send Delegation To Institute Twenty >ix members of Beth Torah United Synagogue Youth will attend the Southeast Region Leadership Training Institute on Aug. 1R to 26 at Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville. N.C. over 300 USY'era will attend from ib states, with Beth Torah having the largest delegation. The group will participate in a program of religious, cultural, social, and athletic activities Marshall Baltuch. youth director at Beth Torah. will serve on the Institute executive staff. Serving on the educational faculty staff is Abraham .1 Cittclson. Beth Torah education director Delegates selected to attend are Janet Baum. Susan Cavell. Toby lav ell. Michael Cohen. Wendy Epter. Vickj Goodman. Denise Greenberg, Patti Karp, Nancy Kloth Stephen Let). Ricky Lundy, Sheri Jo Mandel. Michael Patipa. Can Raymond. Ellen Reiff. Mona Kei>. Jane Rothstein. Barbara Saxon. Greg Schenker, Ellen Schorr, Jes-i Snyder Joey Solove. Alan Tells man. Steven Wciniiiuer and David Winton. Miss Seama Bass. Theodore Schoenberg and Justin Weintnger will -erve on the counselor staff, and will also lake part in the SOI ond annual Southeast AMI) en campment taking place .it the same time as the I < .icier-hip [raining Institute. Steven Wl piesnK nt of Southeast Begion, will arrive at camp directly from Israel, where he i participating in the I i Syi i igue Youth 1st a< I !'i-i i m,. for SI v en weeks this > ii. ieph Golden ichairman the Beth rorah Youth Commit! Befft Am Singles Edward Grosskopf will discuss Art of Creative Living" before the Temple Beth Am Singles on Thursday. Aug, 5, at 8:30 p.m. Urban Renewal Names Greene Vice Chairman Jerome G. Greene. Miami attorney, was elected rice chairman <>? lie Metropolitan Dade County Urban Renewal Agency for 1965 at its recently held annual meeting. He is now attending the I'rban Renewal and Redevelopment Financing School at Princeton. N.J Greene, a Harvard Law School graduate, Is present!) Bret vie* president of the Government Research Council, Federal labor arbitrator, ami a director of the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Vocational Service. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Taxpayers Association, past president of the Florida Stau ( %  '. 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?*M 8-B +J(lstncrldtor Friday. July 30. 19GS W HENEVER we i nter .1 room i v ith people we don't now., we .ai' very : • 1 l he fact that we are be 1 n sed ac( rdin %  first ii This is lethi which all of us do. to which all ol us are subed, like it r n I "Clothes make the man." saj ads, and the implication is I!H'> make the woman i<*>. tut none ol the women we talk < %  place tlio primary consideraon dress or ensemble. Mrs \\ fit. MII an said thai the over. II grooming ami the picture it reates are her first Impressions : a newcomer. Hair is next, and oiffures arc a most personal hing. Hijih style, or classic, the important ihuiu is thct it be neat, 1 place, and becoming. \s Mrs Weinman Bees it. most HI dress for other women esi.ially those !n> are social!) ac. re • • • kiRS. Harold Unger dresses for %  her husband, admitting that .. asionall) "1 might h a e led .. little differently." The 'ngers like to shop together, and %  pecially for an evening gown he won't buy ore unless lie sees As far as ju Iging other women, er first impression is <>l neatess She likes to look at well ressed an l well-groomed women. nd cringes when she seea wo urn in a good dress, a hat and rves, but with run-over heels nd no stockings. Her preference • Mr the basic classic In styling nd color, or striking liiuli f ashin. she dislikes too much ol anything in •" cessoi les, j ewe lr j make-up. or overly extreme ires. A oman s face i hat Mrs j a90 bases her op To her. the i P in her decisi > she 1 n see if a woman is warm, rfty. sweet. 01 cold, v • and cleanliness are more important than ;hc ensemble, BI long Bl it seems appropriate to the occasion. In Mrs Jason's view, the way ;, woman carries ItcM self is equally as important as what she is wearing. Poor posture, she says, Is responsible for ruining the appearance of many a good dress Among her pet peeves are the slip that is showing and the Stockings that are ton: • • M RS. Henry Shier looks first at the hanThe first thing a well-groomed woman should do. she believes, 1comb her hair The 1. e x t thing she notices 1the but the fit of the dn more imp irtant to her than tin quali.y it is not necessary to v.car expensive clothes in order to be well dressed, but the w< who is fashion-conscious and knows how to wear clothes will always have even the casual shift properly fitted to her figun People who knew clothes recognize something nice, and the woman who overdresses in order to call attention to what she is wearing is in effect destroying the Image ~he wishes to create. 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(Clasaa r.esa.y) i*% aw fftainmoMH Richard Tucker, world renowned opera star, has been 'appointed Cantor of the Park Svnaqoque in Chicago, III., for High Holy Day services this fall. A famous cantor even before his Metropolitan Opera debut. Tucker has continued to chant Jewish religious services in principal U.S. cities and in Isiaei. Flower Executive At Convention Fred C. PUpse, toterflora director and president of Exotic Garth ns, iattending the Interflora com en: ion i n Torquay, Eng ami this month 'I he v turn, headquartered in suit/ erland. repre sents an annual volumt i million, and the is gr up does a yearly bust DOSS of ni ere th;inS8ii million million <>i this yearlj done by Exotic Gar('oils in their five South Florida shop*. Exotic Garden* ranks Btneag the top five retail Piortats in the IS. and i> the No. i member of Florist'.Telegraph deliv try mm over $2.5 business iSouthern Bell Names Vice Pres. For South Florida K i; at vice president and for Floride phCompn> lent %  >! tlM ... s Florid* effe l 16 H e irters will be in The new vice pre-:,lent will <* ivrence B Sheffe: M '"•' rlj ol M e -ted a vi, el Bl i li' %  sible for I '"'''• ... 1 % % % %  > •> The South Florid* area i* com posed of Miami, Miami Beach Hialeah, Coral Gables and Nofth Miami districts of Southern Ball, including the territory south to Key West. •The >tep we an taking gives even greater recognition t" the increasing importance "f 9uth 1 and is in the intereel i onr c< II Inuin i objective to furnish the area the best possible telephone service The men seleeted is a uidelv experienced telephone official who ha* spent over M years of his career in Florida and whose. <..< pabilities and leadership srtll mean much to the Greater Miami Re fion," Rasl declared In nuldag the announcement. Sheffej joine Boutherr Bell at Jacksonville after con •". lucation at Baj lor School al < I tano -.i He moved to Miami In a it) in 1940 and thn the years has ad\ positions ol a ,:i ..-,: %  %  %  tance He successfully filled the posi lions ol district mam it Jack Miss and Nashville, Tenn i nd then was promoted to l>e Ten nessee manager, m charge ol commercial operations i< r the entire state lie ktinad R Bell's Atlantn headquarters st.,n In I5J6T, and was appointed aseistanl rice presidenl (or public relation" in IMS, InJob at present Q* %  -m*M> %  IAUNCE B. SHEEFET ICUTKOSHEP. CUISINE, OM> CLATT M£AtS !,•,•• .A iaa **lt)M*N Maaaar tmat'(y x S t'.'a aatif • PCpcion INCLU0IN6 MEALS •10 at IS) n RESERVf NOW FOM THf HIGH HOlt PAYS ALL THIS FREEI Wiener Beotn. MoiM In'.rlo.nm.nl. TV in SvV Baem. Frivola Saecn. Paai .Phone JE 8-5731, OCEAN AT 43rf ST. MIAMI BEACH )V^uu^A^AAAAAAAAAM*A^ GRANADA HOTEL 1017 Meridian Ave.. Miami ga ears ago. 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Friday. July 30. 1965 Jen 1st Fkrktlan Page S3 1 LBJ Picks Fortas For Vacant Seat On Court Bench By JTA — Direct Wire WASHINGTON — President Johnson WeCaaesdef announced HM apoiBtment of Abo Fortas. a .lew ,-h aUomc>. as Associate Justice ol the IS Supreme Court to fill UM vacancy created by Arthur J. ,,(>l(llXTV r Mr Fortas. a close persond .,1 of Preaietent Jchnson. served ndcr Presidents Roosevelt ami Truman aUndeiMoratory of the rier He has been tater e a tc d n problems of civil liberties an.] .i ainaatirr ol the President's Committee "-i Bejuol Employment r the .irined loneWengel Leaves Federation For Baltimore Post i Wengel, publicity direct; the Greater Miami Jewish ederetion since I98C will become public tclalions director ol Si n a i Hospital. Bal'imorc. Md. on Auy. lo While aaaoci ated with Fellah ^k e r a t i <• n and E JM I Combined Jew A ^fl I i y h Appeal P^fl here. r a^Paa^nal WCNGU producimcam paign "la'.i "ials which received a iHHMl ..wild at thi 1 11*14 C.ener\-i mM} ol the Council ol Jewish Kederatlons and Welfare Funds. As public relations director ol Hospital, benefujiarj agency iated Jewish Chantici i.i.re. Wengel will be rotor, public relations i>>r %  v. .III.I [or its Centennial l^roi ran to be commenaorntid in MS, He is alto a member of the National Citizen's Committee tor Community Relations. He served as adviser to the U.S. Delegation to the UN in IMS. He was a professor of law at Yale University and is perhaps best known at a member of the prominent Washington law firm of Arnold, Fortas and Porter. In announcing t'c appointment of Mr Fortas, the president referred to his scholarly and humane qualities, bis feelings toI .i (I his lollnwmen. and bis I hamp nafalp ol individual liberties. The President said that Ins own h-.ii opinion ol Mr Fortas was shared bj leaders ol the bar and ether elements ol national life. T e Pi i -.in DI said be was glad Mr Fortas bad accepted the aprtmenl .md that "the job has >t special inter est t" Jews. Mr Fortas was born of Jewish patents ui U< mphis, Venn., on June IS\ l'JIH He eame to Wa-li ii'Tton ui work as an attorney in agencies of President Booscvclt's New Deal administration. Calvert Promotes Two Executives i dvert Piililltn Ctanpeiij ha. inounced Ihe BOSenOtiOU of two its kej exinitnihf Arthur I kiarpsky, executive vita president .. i alverl Distillers Company. Jack SL Nath.iiisoii has been appointed as national brand manager for Calvert Cocktails and Ci..ii Lord Calver. sjblakey, and \ i IfBjw C /inhale has been ap ,' tinted Fa~tern Division manager o: t alvert Dae tillers Nathanson had been Esstern Dial manager for the Calvert company since Ktt8. prior to Wfaioh he hekl several executive sales perittOBJS with the coinpuny. Nathan s. n and his (anil) are residents of [MM bum, N .1 Zisjgala will be responsible for m lea el Outsort Kxtra. Canadian Lord Calvest, Calvert n-o percent Dry Cm an.I Calvert Cssfctslbl The I astern Division includes Net York, New Jersey, Delaware Maryland, the District ol Columbia. Munachusetts, Conaectlcul a wi Kliede Island Schwartz Will Speak Tuesday (i.raUt libwaili. past pnajaideal i" the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'ritb, will speak to members ol He [saiernal group Tue-day noon at the EMLid* Hotel an 'Current Petclopnicn.s in Uie International Sphere." Schwartz,, honorary president of the Zionist Council ol South Floe i nia. is hea i "f a Miami Beach publie relations fir and a member ol [the city's Public Relationa Advia lory Board. Tuesdays meeting is open to the |r i, blic. according to Joseph L. Woodman, president of Beach B^xlgc. Beth Am Opens For Registration Temple Beth Am is now CGgts horing members and children who will lx' atlun slnsj the weekend Reliajious School and the mid weel Hebrew School. Beligious School classes, which are held on Saturday .md Sunday mocshagc eossisl ol classes Iron Kindergarten through the tOO gtade iconfirmetaiai clans). Post confirmation classes i l'rth ..mi iiti irades) will meet monthly tor a dinner meeting. Hebeew classes will iw held on Monda) and Wednesday afternoons. Beth Am has an enrollment ol 1,000 students, and pre f ere n ce of f^r to present out I1MIofftf -peakers as part of a M nc.s. Joseph Keisman. membership chairman, is planning a membership brunch for pwaa s cat i w a members to be held in August in the Temple Social Hall. hairmna of adult education. Dr. Martin Liebling. will sh o stl y an nounce a series el clsesse, some of which are scheduled to be taught by Babbi Dr. Uerbeil M Baum.anl. Lenny Zilbert. 7800 Beach View Dr.. Noith Bay Island, i> having a run of hshinq luck he hopes will never end. In late April. Zilbert cauqht a 11-1-lb. Pacific SailJish while fishinq off the coast ot the Republic of Panama. He boated the sail on 10-lb. test line, a leaf that is beinq checked as a possible record. The fish is now beinq mounted by ]. T. Reese in Ft. Laudexdale. A few days aqo. Zilbert landed a 10*lb. bonetish in the lalnmorcirin flats while aboard Copt. Bill Smith's Relax," something he was not doing. Temple Israel To Slate Classes At U. of Miami University of Miami campus will be the sile of mid-week Hebrew classes lor BoHftlrHtl School students oi Temple Israel of (beater Miami this year, it was announced this week Arrangements wenmade with the University, Cantor Jacob BOTOstem, director of education, said to meet the problem of distanei and tune for members living in Ihe South and Southwest areas of Daile County, representing a substantial proportion of the Belorin synagogue's membership. "With many of the junior high schools in that area on a split schedule," Cantor Bornstein declared, "it is difficult for a large number of the students to get to downtown Temple Israel in time for their classes. We are grateful to the university for its cooperation." Cantor Bornstein emphasised that the arrangements "in no waj aiiect the operation of the Religteats School at Temple Israel on the weekend, win n some iMKI ehil li.en in formal classes •The University ol Miami program lor special Hebrew training i> designed onlj to take care unique problem and is not to be ennside: ed a -tep toward a South .Miami branch school." EtegJntTBtiOfl for Temple Israels Beligious School, open only to members, has be n in psocess R>i the past two months. JMirrer D*mn Passes Away JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Ra % %  Fbe/er Yehuda Pinkel, dean of I • world-famous Miner Yeahiva, di f here suddenly t'nwee!; at I Sge of 87. Rabbi Finkel. who he sd the Yeahiva for SO years fat i the time he was still in Pola managed to bring all instudei out el Europe during World War il a n d settled in Palestine 3 years ago when he ree.-tabli.s | the Yeahiva here i Food Fair Shows New Record High Pood Fair Stores. Inc.. in i annual report, reveals that cons. dated salereached a record hi. i of Sl. 119.640.332 as compared w l $1,105,304,153 the previous > %  w h i c h contained an add!tit I week. ; Samuel frriedhuid, rhairm i, and Louis stem, president of Ft Fsir, made t-ie report to sh; holders Also revealed was thai at y< end. the compenj operated -. including -tH i supt rmi rk and 53 l M. Fields Depart m. Stores in the Eastern n 8ton a I n> food units and five di ng sto on Ihe West Coast. For the current ye ir, Fi od f r plans to step up its exp msion r am, according to Friedaand • si, ii Some 50 supermarkets a three .' M. Fields npartm< Mores are scheduled for const! turn this year. Forte lowers Hadassah First card party of the new Forte Towers lladnssa'i Croup was he.o last week at a luncheon in the At W'utis Hi ;el. Chairman was Mrs CUire Cliarap. assisted by a com iiuttee including llesdames Kitty Barton. I'e.ul Bear, Bebecca Cwchel. Fannie Pomcranz, Ida Stern, Edith stully and Pa rence Webber. Mis Siisnn Feller is president. FRIHCHY'S BONDED LAWM SPRAY SERVICE ARMY WORM A FUNGUS ( CONTRACT YEAR OR SIX MONTHS I Guarantied Chinch Bug Centre! | LAWN A TREE SPRAYING FERT.LI2ING • PI 1-0147 321 N.I. 116th St. | Miami, Florida I "From W Fiafller Street north tc Bi'OA.ird County Lme" Jewish Radio Can Be Heard DAILY IN MIAMI WEDR-FM • it i Health Treads on Agenda Di Fail Kahn will he featured speaker for the Health and Happiness Club on Friday. S p in at Washington Federal Auditorium, 1L'34 Washington Avo. lie will discus* "Current and Popular Hralth Trends.'' Qnruflrn and answer period follows, with Harry Keishaw serving a* uoderaU>r. ENJOY ALL WEDR PROGRAMS: BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST, 10-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY AGENDA FOR ACTION (AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS) SUNDAY 1 P.M. JACOB SCHACTERS YIDDISH PROGRAM 11-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY; 3:15-4 P.M. SUNDAYS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, SUNDAYS 12 Noon JEWISH WORLD, NEWS AND INTERVIEWS BY JAY BUSHINSKY, SUNDAYS 1:30 P.M. THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER, ISRAEL LUTSKY SUNDAYS 12:30 P.M. WEDR-FM 1 MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION 11^—



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*Jelstfkrkltor Friday. July 30. ]9fj Page 10-B LEGAL NOTICE N TH E C RCl COL "T OF THE C CB DADI 0B D •. KM • Top brass for the Miami Beach UF campaign meet on the Mall with representatives from some of the agencies whose progress on the Beach are made possible by support of the United Fund. Shown are (foreground Dennis Gum. senior vice president, First National Bank of Miami Beach, Special Gifts chairman; and Milton Weiss, president. Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Special Gifts associate chairman. Seated are Pamela. Seth and Brian Gadinsky. of 1500 Bay Rd.. representing the YMHA Day Camp programs. Behind them are Brownie Scout Michele Erra. of 3720 Chase Ave., Troop 635; and Cub Scout Timothy Flaming, 4141 Nautilus Dr., Pack 61. Third row are G:rl Scout Nancy Rubel, of 1555 Daytonia Rd.. Troop 815. with Boy Scout Bruce Green, 1375 13th Ter., Troop 65, Temple Emanu-El. Rear are Mrs. Helen Rabe, Travelers Aid Society: Mrs. Henry Balaban and Maurice "Doc" Klein. Beach water safety and disaster director, both horn the American Red Cross; Mrs. J. G. Ross, holding "Mopsy," otherwise known as Margurite Jean Ross, of 1875 Alamande Dr., from the Hearing and Speech Center; George Hubbard, of the Salvation Army; Mrs. Carmen Bailla, of Catholic Welfare Bureau, holdinq a sleeping Anthony Finnery, bom at St. Francis Hospital; and Mrs. Betty-Gay Seagren. Visiting Nurse Association worker assigned to the Beach. Campaign goal this year is the biggest ever. S3.350.000, to make possible the largest number of community services ever— 42. At least 750 volunteers are needed to do the jcb on Miami Beach. Volunteers are urged to cell IE 2-5419 or in person at Room 11-L. of the Miami Beach Federal Building on the Mall at 4C7 Lincoln Rd. OLi i t ii a v i e s KAPLAN lent S • • %  %  M %  %  • • • %  • Ma i I Hi %  • %  • %  %  VALLECK. S Aw ill• .'. \ |. i • • TUCKER. Vr!• %  • • I,. • ; inrdi n V :• • H BREGER %  %  H WALLACH. • '• % %  • LiPSXY ... %  • 1MARKS FELD -".V %  %  S %  %  %  %  EiSENSTEIN Wt)com Wagon International, 'N vm 5 000 hostesses, has men than trurty years epe e nce in fostering good mil in business and community life. For mori mlorm*ten about... \>eIconie^lLd\a^on HI 8-4994 IfCCOME NEWCOMEtS' IM 11 i cc.ptm to M in knm yj'n %  ati n" Mdrttu W NtWa hove the Welcome Wagon Hostess coll on me. I wou'd like to Subscribe to The Jewish Floridion. Fill out coupon and moil to C'rculotio.i Dept M.P.O. BOJC 2973 Miami, Fla. %  i 1, %  %  • • • SALL. \ %  STOLER V ..,v. %  AARON I SHOT. C.9EENBERG Anti-Semitic Pamphlets Sold BOSTON — (JTA) -Anti-J, pamphlet, and ezhibiu I lean Opinion, a ] %  by (it-raid I. K Smith, i the racist magazine, i "" i atured the God and •itry" rally here which I featured leaders and public.v of the John Birch the Jewish Advocate raportl .\'„onp the material v,:,| .-,• rally, the EngUah-Jewiati %  .,"a pamphlet entitled The Behind the S • k a amp, vocatl r: '-' j ; '! >nti-Semitic actn Aoing back to theHil i -. -> • 1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THI COLNTY JUDGE'S C tNO FOR DAOE COL'N FLORIDA IN PROBATE \ *61*3 A %  r.i_E TO CRt %  I %  • • i %  1 %  %  \OT CE LNDER FIC1 TIC NAVE LA A p \ \\ • • %  r i N HOW ,k! R HIR8CH inirteo.il %  %  NOTICE UNDER FlCTiTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is Mi:i:i'i'v OIVEN ii it the U • of TRAIL GIFT BOX -• • Mian ; %  • • .. %  • Flof JERi >M K -I Mi 'V ,\ R< uES B< Ham x > ; \ %  %  %  %  : • NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. S5C 7M4 KITH 1. B 1KNKS I ntlff. \!.\H1...\ \V I \<;\ IR SUIT FOR DIVORCE T> MAHI.ON \\ i \!t \ Huh) Mi %  IRNEM IR %  ... ... • %  -.• %  | n* %  I'At'l. I: .,. %  M .; rpRDADFCOUN" wDA IN PROBATE No "o-: •., TICE TO CUE: -ORS %  %  %  X K |1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I' '• %  NKK \ • I EI'HK IN\ %  rl\ %  • I NOTICE OF T OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TME C RCUIT COURT OF T f ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI CF FLORIDA N AND FOB DACE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 5C 7t" VlJ.ES • % %  • %  '..' %  H >li El HI S^iT FOR DIVCCE To 1 Vi ^f t •-. %  %  • %  roar .1 %  1 • i not In %  Meier Grossman Eulogy Offered AVIV—(JTA)—The ui of the tombsl n< f Mi ber of the Ji %  %  Lai Yitzl anniversarj. %  .'. his ) chairman of Her it Party. Bi \; ; Gn one of those who foundations of UM Moahe Kol %  'he cecutive cnbed Mr Grossman as the res in thi i an,ma) revival i %  %  NOTICE LNDER FACTITIOUS N % % %  .\ %  %  NOTICE -NDER F.CTlTlOUS NAME LAW • i %  %  i 5?R r | •. %  %  A %  •I! CE Bv PUBN THI OF • *-UDiC'AL Z R r FLOP 'J A NANPFOaDAr CO'. MV INCHA-.CERY T FOR DIVORCE 1 I %  I CniaMr r-vjr | YOUNG ISKAtL. MO Nl NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S •,1 H \i. NOT CE LNOER • -ME LAW %  < < %  I %  %  %  IS II i 4 %  :



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Friday. July 30. 1965 Jen 1st fhrktian Page 1 LEGAL NOTICE TTTTfTcOUNTY JUDGES COURT V N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. riORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67565-C I:\TII M.. 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS I i r. ,...,,II it • II, ., nn
  • • ma) ... „f urn.I l.e***ttel ,1 i..-. lNMl< County, PlorldB, • i ||, (hi -"'>• I" li %  Fl from here i '<>iiti• I ii. 16, Irida lr offl. • i" lh Coun. ,n 11 ,.i.i 'ount). v ,,i. ndar month. ,. ih. fl l Ilcntlon %  ihf avnif Hi ''• 1 '-" ''•'" ,i „i Miami, PVn Ma, *l 6th JUl) \ I • ltd UERTIU'DH R, I.i:vi:\ THAI. \. tdminlatratri** of Estate "f i r .„.i i., \. nthal, l — ...-'i First pttbllcatl' f ''''* hodlcs on ., |tb daj i I i >••. ''•* ir M v \ IN l WIENBR. Ban i .\ fur Gertrude R. i-.v. miuu, \.l iilitr.itrli AJaaloy BulMlng, Miami, H. 7 1 &f --"'* -"•* I I £7\ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67566-A IN y.v. n-i.ii-' -1 M u MII.I K \MI\SK vs 1. oeaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti Ml Credit.. !" and All Persona ll.ivraj Clatma ur Demi.iidi" Afcalnt s.nd v..ij ur* hereby notified and reI >.. pi• .HI an) olaJata and d< i in..\ ha*..• against %  .,... M Me: UtBT K V.MINS., \.~ ... .f I'ml. i 'ount> i, ... id. Count) Judaea ..f UMI in duplicate ,.. •..,•..! I s. ii-n : ;~, lit, Florida Rial Ht< B, in %  '!• Ir %  • : inty C • I %  % %  11 I %  I. '"iinv I'liin l\ rah ii.i.n in M pUhlll .111..11 lh. •anilWill h, I i i • Miami i %  Mli Jul> \ I • Kl.' .i BNCK R \MINRK \s H \ --1.1:1: VITtl aNTHONY K\ MINSK MS .W. .. \.liiiii.iN< ra*M Mr1 |. anil, at ion of ililnottca on f .lui.. 1 leu i'/. Rllvi r A \. %  .... vii t ra lora BulMlng 1 M 1 0 : u-:: 10 > "And tonite we honor Mr. Epstein, for his twenty years of fruitless, ... er, I mean fruitful endeavor in behalf of the Jewish community." LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 11 IRBBY I ilVBN %  ime of 1 %  \ 1 %  -1 1 iv 1 ii IT. IN, .1 h a 1:1. 1 rY I'A --I lY al 1 (ity of Ml iml |. lls In P-KIBIW Itll Mild lh Ihi Clerk at Ihi County, FI01 Florida, ihlH 19th %  III r: \ CA8HIDY Dl'TTON j/6-1:: IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6746SA IN 111: Batata of 1: \': rtillEN 1.-.., .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE mi: STATE •! i i."i:ii'\ in .M.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE "IRAID DECEDENT Y.. 11 in hcreh) notified thai 1 writ. 1. n insi 1 iitn.-nt purporting i" i the last will and taatamvnl ••( -aii.i dace.i.i.i ii.ibeen admlttad to prohati 1 -;ml I'ourt. You ar^ h.-r-1>! oomniaiulp.V'ir'TliIti Mv ..;il. H'lr ...nit'.from tli.. date "i tii*. flrFt publication of thlnotice i.i aupu-ar in aatd Court and •how rause, if any you can, why the action Df -:ii.l Court In Bdmlttlna will to probatt should not atand unri ^ .>k.'l W f IILtNTdN Count) Judge ,s. .,11 Bj 1." .! %  Paatorflt 1.1 %  %  ink Flrnl publication "f Hii" %  •Uca on the 13rd day of July. ''" Simon, llaya A OriMaSWarf \ti..11 •) a ::i.| Ainaley BUIMIIM U 11 1. Florida >S1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisf fhrkUom •oUcita your legal noticae. We appreciate yonr patronage and auarantwe accurate senrice at legal Dial FR tl--1W ior messenger eerrlce LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW vini.'i: is HEREBY UIVEN thai the andaralsnad, deatrlnc lo eneaci In boalnt-aa urnl. r the Mctltloua ruuni ol MORTON Tt"WERR at I MS Bay Road, Miami Beach, 1 orlda Intend* t.. m. later -al'l 1 "" '"1-rk .if th' Court of I >ad< Count) Ptorida. KM 11, MORTON Kovner, Mannheim— t< 'Irr.nfMd Mtnrneya fot En M ton ... 1 .in...in 11 14 Center .111 1.1.1 : iit-?"..ii>. 1 But NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. *5C 72S rii. \i \v it W.I.*I:I>. I lain t Iff, ^ I \ M R M.I.MtK. Ian I, eClIT FOR DIVORCE \1 lIAIJeARU 1 Cnkeown IM \ M. lt\!.I.M:l'. are I that a BUI "f Cati'..iMvorca iii> bean filed you, and >"i are required tu : ..f >our \nwer %  : I l.ad11,. mil of I'nmplalnl • n thr llni • Be) 1 •:\ 1N %  : CYl'rsN [T.\v\ oFEIfEH, ISJ viilnir itodfrey M.gtd M... I ii... 11. hlorlda, IJUO. I Ti 1 N.. rf*.47tl, and (Me th< %  %  iKinai I Inawer ..r Pleading in the office of •h. ,''.-r. of 'li ITill t'ourl "B Ot •• • Hi., uih da) •! \uaii-t i*. if 1 r .. 11 i.. i" ... j idawieal b) deIfault w 'i i... taken lent yu for •1 ..r.ii.l n ihi Bill "i alnt hall he 11. %  v\, K 1.-r f.-iir %  -.i -• w .k1 I'llE IK\\ l.-ll l"' • .IHI .1 \ N \ Ml %  iROEREIl al M ami, |\ 1 • i: II |.E VTH'I'.'I W • % %  Florida -M I u:\ • *\v %  1 ,-i:s %  \i 11, %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTIt'E IHKIIKI'.V rjTVBN fht ndi %  -i--M. d. d. -ir MI to ..IISHBC In -undo 'h.(tctltloua nun. >>f I-M:K IBLK • %  I.I II UTS' at :*'i and .1 sit-.. • II and :rti n.i 7l w ne \-. • 11 -i%  vt "i" Baaeh Pta I, ... r. Ki'--"' name with the „f ill. %  ir. .11 <"nrt of Hade Count). Plorlda 1 M.I.I:N sCHVIt, as Truatas I. %  • IN K Ml. \N. of Mvera, Helman Kaplan \'i..i n. > for Appl cant IIM H W let Sir~-t •,: fl-SO. • '0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67408 B IN RE: Eat at" of I1III'M \ UAVIS, |. .,•..,.. NOTICE OF PROBATE Till* STATK "I I'l.nKll'A: TII KIA. PERSONS INTERESTED IN TUB ESTATE OF HUP DBCEI>ENT: Y I %  by notifl) .1 thai .1 rlt• purprn "HI-' to %  • lh1..-I Will and Teatt D I el w.nl aenl ha 1 %  • • n admitted to probate In ,i,l 1 '-.'.irt. Ton Tbereb) comnwUiead n-lthin x aland om < hi dat" of the fir-i publlca < 'his Doth • r in aald Court and ahoa %  • 1 can, li; Hi. aviii.ii of aald :n II.IIIT • 1111.' -.11. 1 %  111 lo in •>...,.,. -11. .111.1 not atand unrwvoked. PRANK 1 !• %  IWI.IM; Co MII >• Judge l>nd. %  OUfl • Plorid 1 1 By: MVi'iA .'. IM'-K, Cleric 1 Ieimi v 11, [01 Exi I-'IM ix niars ^' am \\. M I'.-iiin Beaob, Florida ; M-X3-3A, 1 0 IN THE COUNTY JUDOt'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOftlOA IN PROBATE No. 6746SA IN 1:1: Kal .'• %  i: \K 11 iHEN I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i'-, illor and All IVr* Ina I'lalma or D-'mands A... nal Said %  %  You are hcrel 1 jn.l deM'.III.U M h.-li \ %  %  1 ina ) 1... the • "tati of it M: •'• iHFJN IHI. .T I ladCnunty, Florida, til lh" CIRCUIT COURT. HTH JUDICI' CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 66C 7582 curmiNfi I'I.AN PhUntUf, 1 t 1:1.\ IN PRAMRLIN BE \ V li.-f, 11.i.. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOI", Kl. VIN PRAXKUN lEA BaeldnBoa Uaknewa, are Botl •• 1 '..|i> of your answ.-r f'i 1 enree '' BWpia Int fih aicalnal v.. C.IXIRGE M< 1 %  ,.i.\,,].' \ w 13th Ave., Mhti Fin., and fih oMidhiil th Ch r^ thla '..ui LH 1 I %  • "^ ISt !,.i \> i ..11 lu ln( i^ ill to %  f ea a ed by %  "ii DATED jmy M, i<" 1:. II. I.I. \TIIKi:.\l \N* Cldrk ( %  eat) Bj 1 i M:I.S"N I ,i:y i"l. I I. : m-2-3, II 1 MIIII' \ .InHi:*.I fll. the Mil pi, \ Ided in ** %  '' .1. and j "ii :n •• h11I in • .. r 1,, ih. 1 %  •" "" ... TER KOC.KRJ?, 1I.1 1 • N w %  •' -"'•• %  • %  • %  ihi NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tJiat the underaicned, .1.-Irina; 10 encaeo In neaa under fhe fi.-ililowa nami % %  ( AKI.RTATK TI1KATKH-AI. ENTERPRISIM t frmrahani nulldlmt. Suite 200 H si: L'nd Avmi... Miami. Ha. ntenda t.' reaiater aald name with %  h. ''lerk of The Circuit '"ourt ol l;ide t'ouni^ Fl" ALUs I' \TK* Ktiri/TTMEST BdERVICB, INC. Plmon, HaiH GrundweTg Attornaya lor Allatata Employment .-••rvi.-. Inc. 7/1*-::-tn. { IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S8405-C IN RE: Bet at"f ISIIn ill MEOAIJJ 11 %  I I r 1. BATI %  M rl NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN IMl CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JL'D CIA I C'RCl IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 65C 7J.-6 \ M \NDKlts. \. ^ il.l'r.i'.l. A \\i •! nsoN, 1 vi. ndat SUIT FOR DIVORCE M.FltEl' V \NDKRS" i.N mm ,' Ktreel Ma %  ill... 1. M.FRB1I v \M 'I'll-'iN. are il.y notified lh "f Com1 1 .| (a Inntri 1 r I'l. 11 'ormtti V il.ilnl fc.r I %  •1. riid \., i "V .• .1 u in !• %  • inn ui Plaintiff ., n y, IliVlNti I'TPBN LAW iFFIi K.Its x 'iivir 1 loOfi • > fnad, M mil 11, ... h. Plorlda Ml t" Ti 1 :.:,I-4," .,11.1 ui. 1: oPllllnal AnII adlna In UN offln of the Ilerk <.f ihi Cnarl r >i ilh< 1 II h day "f Aaewat, If n fall to da • J.HU-II.. ni 1 %  > d< fault nil 1,. taki n aaalnal 1 lor the n '' %  %  1 lad in Hi.inn "f Com%  alnl .1 once i*h week fer fan live weekn rill-: .n:u 1-11 1 I.ORIDI \.\ DONE Nll ttRDERED ll Miami. A I' I R 1: '.>: tTHERM IN. Clerk, Kin mi 1 'oui i.iif Fl ,1 1 .I.1 BEN. jieput) t\'lN'.| C*i PEN LAW "i FICBfl ^' Plaintiff AI 11 \ Road M Itaph 1.1 Sti Inhardt, Baq H Couruu I T i-n-M, i/ NOTICF L NDF R FICTIT!OU r NAME LAWN IS 11K K El D 151V EN U %  .mi'1OF I %  1 Lincoln H 1 n ,n wli lit Court "f niss' 1 KXTI s. INC. ; 1 \ 1 %  1. K w .... I %  %  I las ,,...... \ ant .... I.„. %  -In K N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 67W1-C l\ I;IEstate ..I SIM Ml K 11 BR< >K8 NOTICE TO CRFDITOR8 T „ MI i*r. .1 I • 1 MI PaieorM Dv,„ ,,„,,.: i..iai.n.is Afalnat said You fled BJId ra 1 to peaaal an la ma ,,,.,,,,1whl. li >-o ; n a) have aeali. ,,,. ,.„,.. .,, HIMMTK II RH MIAMI. BADE ••'"ity Florida ,|; "' l,,,i. County. .",.1 file lh. -.! % %  • %  hi .%  In 1 1 .,, 1. Countv, Plot Ida, a ''htn .11 .il. n. I.. the date -.i lha wMI b< Lu AL.YCE lR' a>Kf 11 MU Ex 1 1 \. %  t Miami, Flortda i(ns'i:\iii'i si: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N 1 i-i 1 id R 1 %  !x< itora .1 will I. I %  1 M vi'.i: M:I:T RIAI I. IJ0B S. Rl 1 I" a, i.Rx. Ite f the ratal ',, IR KB. IAI.I., !•• %  I IRViN"! %  vi'i:.N i.\\\ %  iFI i> i:s \ 1 '.i' 1, \: %  ','Mirri Ri ad 1 Manal i'.' ••• h. Plorlda NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No C6C 7S3 1V.K. 'TUT Bt iVl BACH, i" In tiff, I.OII-rWTWDACH, 11. f. ndiint. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ANO OTHER RELIEF Tl 1 I .< 1II8 I 1 -' WI • VCH 1. I,. 11 \ Stir.-. 1 N. v v,.: v, 1 *ty, \". fork V. 11. 1.1 >ris Iti 1WDA1 'II, ..•-• h. 11 n..i 1 1. ,1 that .. Bill "f • 1 ih i,rce and other roll. 1 baa been %  ,.II. and ) ."i at • rt quired lo '. n.l II ,if I'I.B M II iLI MI'I \ Bl II.I'IN.:. Ml \ Ml. V %  ':' 1 V Head %  1 • %  .1 %  v I "' I.EATHFRM MX. t*l I.i It, c ii-.'ii:i.\M' ;• rk %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55S36-C IN Hi Estate ol N \ Til t N RtlAN. fl k -l N \T FITRJfi \.N ].....,,. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I".. All 1 • .11 11. 1 • : I'ersoiu \. Illl.-l tt. \,. 1 are h. r< b) not f and 1 • 1 MUM .111 1 la I mii ., nd 1 III] I %  1. 1 |1„ \ \ III \N Pt'RM N .. NAT FKRMAN del ...>..! hi .. 1 id. 1*1 la. to 1 he < '• %  1 \ .1 Kim i 'MII.1'..-.i •' and 1 In 1 '' %  ai ,1 %  pro. h tlnn I 1 I IS, I*', -id-Ihelr office* In lh. Count) Cotirthau... 1 %  .. %  Pli rlda, -v It %  • •;,l. ndar I Ihe 1 Ime 1 firm •' at ion h. reof, or lh< BBI ,1 1 i.n.-.i .11 Mlnml, Plorid 1, thla dai "i Jul), A n M.li'i: < HUMAN l.i;i i\ 1:1 1; 1:. .KT \* J :\. 1 %  !^ p — t auhll 11. n • 'ii notl • Hi,. I) f .lull !:•• I.Ki IN '. Rl I %  BtJERT ..f My. ra, Heb 1 .-. Kuiilan M lorne) 1. r Kx> %  w 1 -1 s, 1.. l Miami. Florida 7 :• %  2S.tt, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tilVEN il th. anderaianrd, dealrlon to engaaje hniii.-s under ihe fictitious naan Ml |R T N I' "Ii l>r:v... N Miami Intt nd to refflMer at Id a>Nh the Clerk "i lh. ClrcuM Co at I '.1 :. 1 'ount). Florida Mi >R D >N SCHERL. PRED III IPM VNN \ -nit .17 I -. • I Idlng 7 II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW | V'EN Bit to I • %  K VAN Hi lESEN \ \ i Mia 1 I %  K VAN HOES S %  lh. 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    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    July 30, 1965

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

    Notes

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

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    iJTewisHi Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    lurr.r 18 Number 31
    Miami, Florida. Friday, July 30, 1965
    Two Sections Price 20*
    apai Moves to Suspend Ben-Gurion
    HIGH COURT IN TEST DECISION
    ockefeller Signs
    ill Extending
    \Sabbath Proviso
    [.V1.1'. NY i JT.\i Gov. conduct thtir businesses on Sun-
    kii. announced this week days,
    nas bigned a bill passed by the The Now York State Court of
    II L*gu urv extending to the AppeaLs gave this week the New
    . i the provisions of Nw Continued on Peg* 15-A
    |(irk ''. Fair Sabbath Law
    |ndcr the law. businessmen who
    Mem Saturday! a their Sai>
    atii rru keep their enterpriser
    iti oi daj
    \t \\.< am* lime, the Goverooi
    Lid, hi etoed sno her measure
    he '. egislature
    left it to I eal awern
    I ecide whether the l ...
    i -i \ in their
    Mini.'.
    Former Premier Says
    Eshkol Goes Beyond
    Power of Party Laws
    60V. tOCKfmtfl
    mil iff feeaefiti
    Envoy Goldberg Takes
    Oath in White House
    U.S. fXPlAINS APPOINTMENT PAGf 74
    WORLD BfACTS WITH SUKPKISt PACE 8A
    Jewi! organizations hin
    '-.r pair Sabbath legis-
    lation : a stafjw.de basi*. so
    is to n- I it possible for Ortho-
    a .Mh-observing Jews to
    WASHINGTON JTA i Am-
    I. ._., : r Vrth ir Goldberg, at
    ., ..t the
    . iiite llou s ited th i
    ..- American
    CLASH WITH BIRCHITES
    \ St am ford. Conn. Mayor
    [Backs JW\ Against Right
    MICH CANCtR
    Britons Cite
    ,ow Jewish
    )eath Rate
    |l i \; jta The question
    ativel) lo rate >f in
    Senci cervical cancer among
    pt n en w is raised In the
    nraons 'his week whin
    Kian Shephei l. onservative
    .... Heal.1l Minister Ken-
    Ki'l .ison if be had evidence
    Isparit) in the incidence
    :i Jewish and other wo
    im-- view of a Newcastle
    0 '.n the question. Mi".
    ..sited the Health Minis
    n ;>.t- all information on the
    | wn to the public.
    '>. [>U Mr K'binson said
    here was no conclusive
    ic .uiable at the moment,
    Idii- -tudies have ahowfl that
    women have a markedly
    Ini dence rate thnn others
    I re were indications that
    n i incision may be a fac-
    Br noted thai death from can
    I th* uterine cervix in 1J61 in
    [ was only one per loo.ooo
    Id with 10.5 per 100.000 for
    and Wales.
    M VMFURD I > n ITA
    CTiarges and counter-charges be
    twei n the Jewish War Veterans
    here an I the V American
    Freedom, a group labeled bj a
    leader ol the Jewish veterans as
    us i iate I ith the John Birch
    Society." have iparked a bitter
    . m this community
    #kmbm Flaherty, chairman of
    Stamford and Northeastern
    Universit) Chapters of the YAF
    haj requested HayOT Thomas i
    ayen U remove Leslie Meyers,
    state commander oi the JWB. from
    membership on this city'i Patriot
    Special Even Commissi n
    The Mayor turnee: wjwn the re-
    quest and Mr. Flaherty has
    threatened to take the issut to
    the Board Representatives.
    He said ho would also ask his
    national organisation to start a
    Continued on Pag* 2-A
    ,t.. i the Nations with
    eling thai Ihere ihould nol be
    nism about the world
    jt rei nut ion of the
    i \ ... hievements in the issues of
    Suei K >:-... Iran I | and I )
    Pre : I ml i. s n d o n B J' hnson
    man i
    buk lawess .i!
    ' i
    SI tes Go'
    uined by the I i
    ress
    i; i : ire I him*
    I to face the diplomatic and fi-
    . ".huh he s.,,.i cur
    U> "hovi r like a specter" over
    ihe i \ [1 u,.s in this connec
    I ha I he pointed out that there
    . id n I be un hie pessimism du-
    ring a period of disagreement
    with the IN. but recognition ol
    such IN achievements" as tin
    Sue/ affair
    The oath was administered in im-
    pressive ceremonies by Justice
    Hugo Black of the r s Supreme
    Court Justice Black commented
    en the nigh esteem held by the
    Justices ol Ihe highest court for
    Mr ti >ldl erg who relinquished his
    place n the bench to accept Pros
    Idee J hnson's request for him to
    replace the late Adlai Stevenson.
    The appointment continues to be
    considered ;i personal sacrifice In
    light Of Mr Goldberg's trank cor.
    fessions that be would have pr-
    ferred to remain on the bench of
    the Supreme Court.
    TEL AVIV (JTAi The Sec-
    retariat of the Mapai Party formal
    'y .suspended David Ben-Gurion and
    six of his foremost adherants from
    party membership last weekend.
    Formally, the suspension is tan-
    tamount to expulsion.
    Mr. Ben-Gurion. commenting on
    he Secretariat's decision, said:
    "This move is arbitrary and in vi-
    olation of the truth of Mapais con-
    st.tution. Nobody can announce in
    my name that I have left the party
    Only I can do that. If the intention
    as to saj that I have been ex-
    pelled from the party, this too is
    in.true. f. r nobody i- authorized
    bj the party constitution to take
    uili action and expel me from
    the part)
    The six Ben-Gurion followers
    suspended from the party are
    all members of the Knessot, Is-
    rael's Parliament. They art for-
    mer Deputy Defense Minister
    Shiron Peres, Yosef Almogi, for-
    mer Minister of Housing and De-
    velopment, Amos Degani, Gideon
    Ben-Israel, Hannah Lamdan and
    Continued on Page 6-A
    Rockwell To
    Run for Gov.
    Of Y
    ir^ima
    RICHMOND, Va (JTA) -
    George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of
    the American Nazi Party, entered
    his name officials) here as a can-
    didate for Governor ol Virginia in
    '!-. statewide elections to be held
    nexl November He filed a peti-
    tion Ix-arinu more than 1,000 sig-
    natures, nominating him as the
    material candidate on an in-
    d pendent ticket
    The state election law provides
    t h a natures b) qualified
    voters air nee led on such a pe-
    tition, levin Nock Davic, secretarj
    ol the state Board of Elections
    said he will cheek every name 01
    the Rockwell petition, but added
    that it looked as though a suffi
    ,-it-iit number of qualified voters
    Continued on Page 3 A
    CONGREGATION WEEPS
    U.S. Rabbis
    In Talks To
    Moscow Jews
    NEW YORK (JTA i Thn-e
    .merican i ..i bis addressed
    i ingregation of the Central Syna
    in Moscow at services last
    Saturday, and six other rabbis
    from the United Sta i int I I
    11 h servici th< re all
    coo local worsh | |
    Ml of the Ami ricans repn
    lie Rabbinical Coun< il ol Amer-
    u hit i .- con ised >-r orth i li x
    is it: the United Si I
    i had bt :
    i speak to the congri .
    ill Moscow were Ral I i I el M
    prei t ol the R
    ncil smi i ii > R b
    . Poupko, of Pittsburi
    man, of v-
    According to Rabbi Bernard
    T w e r s k y, spokesman for the
    Council, anc1 a member of tlie
    group that visited Moscow, the
    rabbis had asked Moscow's Chief
    Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin last
    Thursday whether they would be
    permitted to address the congre-
    gation. Permission was granted
    Friday night, with the stipula-
    tion that politics be avoided.
    Summarizing the three five-min-
    ute addresses. Rabbi Miller said:
    "We told them we were happy to
    be ui.ii them and gratified al the
    privilege of standing in the pulpit
    in which famous rabbis have
    preache I We tried to encoui
    tht 'ii to speak lip. 'Ihe prayer be-
    we spoke said, The Almighty
    Continued on Page 10-A
    SUCCEEDS UTE M0SHE SHARETT
    Pincus Jewish Agency Chief
    JEW SALEM MTA) The
    Jewish Agency executive this week
    ,1,, ed Arveh Pincus. treasurer of;
    the Agency, as chairman of the
    executive, to succeed the late;
    If osh e Sharett. He continues to ,
    hold the post of treasurer also.
    Addressing t h e United Jewish
    Appeal Young Leadership Mission
    now visiting Israel. PtOCM said
    American Jewry could build "a
    iving bridge" between Israel and
    the Jewish community in the
    Unite! States by lending one mem
    ber Of each American Jewish fam-
    ily to Israel.
    "If only one person in every
    family in the United States would
    Battle in Israel, a living bridge
    f 30>i.om> American Jews would
    e created in our country over a
    ew years," Mr Pincus stated
    The deep desire of younf Amen
    can Jews Ul achieve some kind ot
    self recognition and sek*-identiftca-
    .ion will lead inevitably to In-
    creased immigration to Israel, he
    predicted.
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    Continued from Page 1-A
    put their names on the Ro
    well nominating petition.
    Rockwell did not list any otl
    candidates on his ticket, in ad< -
    lion to a gubernatorial Candida! .
    tht> voters of this state must elect
    this yea* also a Lieutenant Gov-
    ern" r and the State Attorney i;< i
    cial.
    i Gov. Haydon Burns signs the bill designatinq Dade
    Countv as the site of a new State Park. Looking on (left to
    rioht) aie Rep. Edmund Gong. Sen. George Hollahan. Rep.
    I Rep. Tom Spencer, Sen. Robert Haverfield. and
    Reps. Ralph Posfon. Murray Dubbin. Richard Fincher, Kenneth
    Myers, Robert Shevin, Richard Pettigrew, Lee Weissenborn.
    and Mary Ann MacKenzie, members of the Dade delegation.
    I rge Federal School Aid Regulation
    New York Unit 4
    Appoints Engel |
    By Special Report "*
    NT.W VORK Irving If. Engel,
    New York attorney and honorary
    president "f the American Jewii i
    Committee, has been appointed I I
    the Board Ot the New York Higtu t
    Education Assistance Corporation.
    The announcement was made hy
    State S< Joseph Zaretski, >
    M Leader.
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    orporation, an In
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    Jewish Labor Committee, the
    -ewih War Veterans, the Nation-
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    he Union ot American Hebrew
    Congregations, the Union of Orth-
    cdo< Jewish Congregations and
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    the United Synagc^ne of Ameri-
    ca.
    the
    tei
    n of
    hurt h and stat<
    norandum note! thai

    share' linn and mo-
    bile eipi i inlavt ful
    ... i nroll
    ment plans are started with grants
    ii l.,- the new law, 'he memoran-
    dum stand. iii- federal govern
    men) In affect becomes a partner.
    mating H raEpoMtbla fi i seeing to
    it thai no Mtgragatioa of pupils oc-
    eurs on either a leUgHHi or racial
    bans The nicin proposrd that in participation by
    children frum private schools,
    there should be no separation by
    ious affiliation.
    The effect of this proposal would
    i prevent classes of parochial
    inldrei!. f .r example, from
    .: ate
    class* i in public to
    n u ould l to
    witi r pupils in ii
    sea
    To avoid the possibility of par-
    ticipation by private school of-
    icials in m*nagtmnt of public
    schools in shared tim plans, the
    memorandum proposed a regula-
    tion to put sole responsibility
    for control of dual enrollment in
    the hands of public education of-
    ficials.
    They proposed that the Commis-
    sioner require ihat such materials
    be provided to teachers and pupils
    ..nil not to schoolv thai lhe> re
    main the property of the public
    i be so labeled; tl
    onlj iblic
    i thai tin '

    set strict
    - hildren

    The Jewish groups also pro-
    posed regulations to assure that
    the law will "not in any way in-
    ure to the enrichment of any pri-
    vate institution," that funds will
    not be used to pay salaries of pri-
    vate school teachers or to fi-
    nance the buying of equipment
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    Explaining Goldberg
    To the Arabs
    Egypt's Gems: A bd 1 Nasser
    : into pc
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    frieni ward the S:--
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    itarv rig people i h -- i
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    interesting question
    equality m Amen, i ,
    authentic Jewish act
    was the position tafca
    Shad Polier chairrranof.
    National Governing (jo
    of the Congress m hl, .
    tation at the dial
    my nature of if, Poh*l
    prof. A.^ild almost re 1 do not here mean that he might not otherwise belie\, i
    mean Jews in fact do they explain their ard-nt ider-tiC|J|
    with the civil rights movement in these terms. The cxpland-ion, 4J
    I think, .-pun' L
    JudfllkJ h> the news reports. Mr Polior had a diffinih I
    making the rouni Israeli who participated in the dialogue acmj
    what he said "r 'h' "''' hand, the A.Kongrcss afttrJsl .d tha|
    vOU, .w- arere ennstini "far out of proporti 'o tk-l
    umbers' -- riders, teachers and voting-right
    failed to see the connection between ><.mpfJ
    for the Negro cause and >uli identification.
    phi 'hat must Inevttabl] become incp ..- ngh J
    o>r for the / immunity Oar rah i. .< >rKnij|
    rin the Ifisl few decades i
    e in a shifting method of operation; jj
    ... live civil lib* I Pobql
    i t.niity that Negro n
    the uncertaii tj that vi m
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    state 1
    .
    Stevenson
    Ambassador to 1
    1 to our
    Soldberg per:
    The explanations urge the Arab cour.tr.es.
    rxxrtcutoly Egypt, to hold fire on thi braining conference ct the Outncger Inn in St.
    t.s.-.s. passers state-controUed press has by
    now clearly told the world that President John
    ton's appointment is
    ADL Conference Sunday
    an aboniination. "Ine
    Stata Department, in the name of the Amer-
    ican people, seems willing to beg the Arabs
    to r.ve Mr. Goldberg time so he can prove his
    objecttsity.
    Tnis reminds us of our humblepie position
    concerning the presence of Jewish troops at
    U.S. installations in the Middle East. Is there
    nowhere that we draw the line?
    More immediately to be considered is that
    it wes not Mr. Goldberg who sougnt the posi-
    tion. In fact, the new U.S. Envoy pointed out
    quite clearly that he felt more than happy
    where he was, and that he would prefer re-
    mauung a Supreme Court Associate Justice.
    Despite his objections, the President publicly
    imposed upon Mr. Goldberg to bring his tal-
    ents to the UN job.
    Are the nation's gratitude, and the Pres-
    s too. such that Mr. Goldberg must now
    be subjected to the insult of having his cp-
    pointmont "explained"?
    Who Will Succeed Him
    xtions

    Campaign goal this year
    ever m Dade Count. 10.030. UF
    plans anotner "first" m the laraest number of
    community services here ever: 42.
    tie more than remain baffled and silent.
    Training conferences such as the ADL's
    this weekend ccn go a long way toward allevi-
    cting this condition.
    The introduction at the conference of the
    new Florida office director, William G. Pinsley
    see Page 2-A should certainly be an effective
    assist Mr. Pinsley, with more than two dec-
    cces o: service to the Anti-Defamation Leaque,
    a record of successful action aq
    .. the right and lei
    how ouj

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    tic frames

    ....
    i
    irailel hei
    .....ce the i hani in ei pi
    liber r. nan end" to the irii tl .'.
    n wni our own i as a minontj meant we must fight for the ri
    minorities that the threat to the fabric of democratic be
    meant a threat als. to Jews and a threat, in fact, to
    IE CROWING PERMISSIVENESS, the burgeoning
    flex our muscles as nun and no longer particularly ..
    SO) med checked for the moment with the sudden Mergence
    Hitler era Out of its ashes r><-< the State of Israel and I resei
    sectarian responsibility singular!) enveloped in the moat
    tender retigioui feeling.
    Israel has since meant a rejuvenation of the Jewish philai
    spirit as an extension of the two-thousand year long Zionist In am
    fulfilled This is nol to taj thai Jewish sectarian phUanthi >p> *a
    ever in danger of collapsing but it. too. had changed direction it
    had evolved, by then, from concentration on a comm
    THI
    s, was considered a leading con
    tender !or the post.
    Certainly, if only from an internationally
    diplomatic point of view, Mr. Rusks appoint-
    ment would make more sense. Immediate
    Arab reaction to President Johnson's announce-
    ment was a case in point; while the State De-
    partment, apart from the Dean Rusk consider-
    ation, could hardly have been happy, its tra-
    ditional policy toward the State of Israel being paign.
    United Fund leaders are presently askina
    Another serious question the appointment
    raises is the replacement for Justice Goldberq
    rdy Jew on the hiah court bench Twen-
    century American history has accustomed
    at least one Jewish associate justice. Does
    -aent Johnson expect to replace Goldberq
    with another Jewish appointee?
    .....
    Petersburg this weekend is an import.,
    tion. The Jewish community here is in utaent
    need of men and women intelligently informed
    about the ADL's programs: in fact, about the
    activities of any organization dedicated to the
    safeguarding of American democratic prin-
    ciples.
    With the Birchite element, and the radical
    right generally, proliferating at an amazinq
    rate, citizens across the land should be train-
    ed to take up ideological arms against what
    promises to be a sea of troubles.
    Only by understanding the radical riqht
    can we hope to counteract the gall of its
    growth. A major element in this growth is
    that decent Americans have thus far done lit- evolved, b) then, from concentration on a commumt) broad
    tie more than remain baffled and silent sp^trum of human needs to individual campaigns for favor
    antnropiea .i condition challenging the priority status
    Btions throughout the nation !,..!.,> Israel riding the tide intcnn
    human emotion involviri rt us attitudes and revulM i the
    breadth and depth of the Nazi excesses, assured a more
    flow (.j Jewish chant) dollars than ever before
    And since the philanthropic need al home was w I in i
    single fund drive witl i inthropic need abroad, n<
    ,'n''1'- wish aifan- '
    fulfillment c.f Ixitli
    u We have arrii I
    thi
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    not alseu" ,? '""""' "' "UM "'-' m this*. I
    ra i-I t'?.-., "" lg' ,h- , ;,h' h ""' -"> "l","i'r "'""" "^hl>
    I- n'h "' uhu'' Philowphicalb shares; b
    e^toTwuV -^-".tteia.rly,.....mv. ooUung
    .....iJSl the equation are ...her expMtii
    excuse.: fr .k-'i '" Uej sr
    li'.le of ourselves will assure the s^ ^SM^J^J^1^ "** '"
    acn.evement of the 1965 goal. !o Perpetuate the BUTVival of the Jeu
    Let us answer the United Fund call for '^ '
    -------- ---. uapuuuons suqaest
    that our community will have to give in the
    manner it has never given before. We will
    a so have to bring an unprecedented amount
    of volunteer time and effort to the 1965 cam-
    i ----- f'wucuijy vJ5KlriU
    seSl W6 Ke.-PriCeIr" q* Q llMle oi Vou'
    atl'v th^MF^ S SUmS UP ms' accur"
    ately the UF s present, urgent need. Giving a
    CmaViy r>-i3 nna nxuina)
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    CONGRtGATIGN CONSTANTLY GROWING
    Jewish Chaplain in Vietnam Provides
    Bottles for Babies in Catholic Orphanage
    Latqc-f nncfll recorded individual qift to Uni
    I ted Jewish Appeal since its inception in 1939. a
    ; Appeal since its inception in 1939. a
    [52.50C.CCO gilt to the Israel Education Fund.
    was rr.cae th's week by Israel Rcgosin (sec-
    fond from left*. IEF officials receiving formal
    were (from left) Joseph Meyerhcff. of
    chairman; Charles J. Bensley, New
    t resident, and Ralph I. Goldman. Mt.
    N.Y., executive director The gift will
    be used for high school construction, student
    tuition grants and teacher-training scholar-
    ships in Israel. Textile magnate Rogosin is
    retired president of Beaunit Mills, of New
    York. Affected will be the free schooling plans
    of children 14 to 18 years of age from modest
    income families. Three of 13 IEF high schools
    currently under construction in Israel have
    been made possible by previous Rogosin
    Foundation contributions.
    By Special Report
    BATGO N. South Vietnam
    Chaplain Richard E Dryer, Jewish
    chaplain on dutj with the U.S.
    Irmed Forces in Vietnam, includ-
    ed in his report to the National
    ,'cwish Welfare Board's Commis-
    sion on Jewish Chaplaincy Infor-
    mation about a unique project for
    orphaned Catholic infants
    During the time he was in I'h.i
    li.u. where he conducted a Bible
    < last for servicemen, Chaplain
    Dryer said he was invited to be
    of assistance to Navy i.t Louis
    Hochizer, a Jewish surgeon on du-
    ty with the Marines in I'hubai.
    and Chaplain Leroy Muen/lcr. the
    Marine Protestant Chaplain, who
    had "adopted" a Catholic orph
    anage in nearby Hue.
    "Chaplain Muenzler has been
    receiving very generous contri-
    butions from his mtn, which go
    primarily for the purchase of
    medical supplies for the orphan-
    age," Chaplain Dryer reported.
    "Dr. Hochizer then uses the sup-
    plies in a regular program of
    visits and treatment at the or-
    phanage. I was asked to find a
    supply of baby bottles. I did this
    as soon as I returned to Saigon
    and sent them on their way."
    Chaplain Dryer stated thai
    i re going to Phubai he conducted
    Shavout sen i< es, including h e
    memorial prayer, Yizkor, for Jew-
    ish servicemen In Saigon and Da-
    nang Describing the service and
    the conditions in Danang. he re-
    ported
    'The Sunday rrtcht service was
    held in candlelight, because an
    electrical transformer burned out
    five minutes before the service was
    to begin. The candlelight create i
    an interesting, eerie, prmnti\e
    mood for the service.
    "My Danang congregation is
    constantly grow in:. Additional
    Jewish Gls have joined Sealwi
    Army. Air Force and Marine com-
    bat outfits stationed there To
    reach the Jewish Marines, who are
    encamped up. down and around
    the various hills ringing the Da-
    rrang \ir Base. I traveled by open
    jeep in 105-degree heat. It was
    quite a joi> Oust is everywhere
    Roads are constantly being dug up.
    necessitating detours Men are
    moving, It tix>k me three hours >t
    traveling to meet and counsel with
    one Jewish i;i
    ederation President Notes Shortage
    If Twined Personnel in Welfare Field
    i
    i
    i
    r
    ' trained
    in the
    - icial w>rk
    iseph
    rsidei f the G
    ition
    .. i*l i< h
    the c\
    ration's
    n the
    not
    i meet
    The I S Department of Health,
    and Welfare recently
    announced that by 1970 aoprox-
    ". 000 more oeoole wi'l
    be n the mi|Ot fields of
    pon'ic welfare alone The pri-
    I also face a contin-
    IM shortage
    c ,.i i ident enroll
    re than
    vroi : i graduated
    Km* hoola ol
    The numl
    the field In
    Of time will not make
    . nges in the peraonnel
    ; ton declared
    in ti. Mime period, many pro
    Ifessiona MWial workers will retire.
    I move to other profes
    rherebj continuing the situ
    [ation t. j.i.led.
    Liptoi laid it has been mggtr1
    I thai both public and private
    agencies may find it necessary to
    i evaluate their job classifications
    Ito determine which jobs can be
    [performed by agenc> personnel
    paving i. ihan a Master's degree
    I'll- Greater Miami Jewish Fed
    leration cooperation with the
    |Natl olaishi[> Plan of tin
    ( .uncil 'ewish Federations and
    Welfare Funds, I
    ii i
    tinue their education into the
    ., luati hid; he ob
    served
    \ number of students in the
    ripicnts i : the..... hich
    are madi able I
    and the (C incil
    To he'o eai* 'he !oc*' she'-
    aqe. recipients of scholarships
    from the YM and YWHA and
    the Jewish Family and Chi'-
    dren's Service, followinj their
    giad-jation, have a commitment
    to work for these agencies.
    "Not onlj
    ...... but it als i

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    Israel to Shift
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    te. Peruvian Minister of Agncul
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    Dr. Ruete voiced admiration here
    for Israels method! of increasing
    apiculture production and lauded
    the country's cooperative organ
    izatlon for the marketing products, Which, he said, has been
    ot assistance to Peru During his
    Sta) in Israel Dr Kuete toured the
    \, cv irrigation project and m
    ted Israel's facilities tor the
    use of subterranean water resour
    So. Airica Board flection
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    I ., a.-; Mkl be bad I

    c r. rr. Ben-Ourion.
    H.t. Ben-Gurion, who is a mem-
    ber of the Kntttet, and who ha*
    - inounced formation of an "Is-
    rael Woriters List" to oppose
    Mapai in rn* next general elec-
    tion*, took the Parliamsnt ros-
    trum to challenge Mr. Eshko Is
    dmal.
    .......
    .......
    unably
    . i the Pre-
    ....
    the re<
    He demanded thai Mr. Fshkol
    expla.r. ail to the ration
    Let him not pose protecting
    00 honor." said Mr Ben-Gunon.
    when he defame- the man who
    was Premier for 15 yetrt
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    in a drive for modem
    - and <
    : inderj n thi
    thai indepen :
    . lo political inde-
    peadi
    In addressing the rally, Mr.
    Ben-Gcrion said that his new list
    would have to "win 1 000 000
    votes to have enough mandates
    to enact electoral reform." He
    advocated pressing for a system
    patterned after that used in
    Scandinavia, with 30 constitu-
    encies in Israel, each electing
    four member* to the Kne*et.
    Appearing at the rally unexpect-
    edly via* former Agriculture Min-
    ister Mo-he Day an. who. thou.h i
    upportcr of Ben- to join the new list He wa Ml
    thusiastically received when he Ml
    next to Ben-Cu.'ion. Mr Pen
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    y 1.000 miles of video
    :s prese.T.ec I -es of the Anti-Defamation Lea--:
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    writers end all
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    DETROITDr K Frich
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    gorical denial here recently of a
    report published in Parade Maga-
    zine a national weekly newi
    supplement, that Ikrael-maiU L'li
    submachineauns purchased b y
    Weal Germany had been Mid to
    the Sudan and eventually found
    their way to .-
    Dr Rombach branded th< Pa-
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    queried the Bonn (Government on
    the matter in response to an in-
    quiry by the Detroit Jewish News,
    the Anglo-Jewish weekly published
    here
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    + JrlsHh;Mton
    Paq 7-A
    IS. 'Explains' Naming of Goldberg
    ,aoi]\i;T()V (J*AJ -**
    ,,,, BUI* TWS-
    1 ked Bypt-n Ambwidw
    Kanwl lo reaerva Judge-
    on the jppoiiilnu-nl of \r-
    Goldberg to speak for the
    i,t the United Na-
    tsufa
    mr s
    ',. in sty-minute meeting tritt
    ,,,,., envoy, il u learned
    Mi Ru* -"'-"'
    ttPresi i itK.....**[* "
    that Mr GoIdbergwiU
    ;> to *1va fair and
    I i ation to the Arab
    \i involving Israel.
    ,. K.,i irmed the mtating
    ie He Mid the
    l covered were wnm oi
    I i yptian relation* and
    itmihuu. aloud "" eotuate the positive
    said lh" < ''-' '"'' iM'ate an''
    Egypt Sold
    stability in the Middle Hast u.is i
    most delicate ..ml com plica led
    mattar."
    He sought to avoid comment or
    diiCLSsion of the highly sensitive
    Goldberg issue in response to
    press questions But it was learn-
    [ ree
    Food
    \, fON flTAl The
    tmenl ai kn wle
    i quantit) of corn
    pi (or free diatri
    was told, ana
    ... on has been
    pa> menl by Eg} |>(
    nmenl i uditon I
    i mi d Coni ress that
    ilati d \ con
    it half of
    n ii> (he
    r [ree distribu
    . \ alued tl fjB3,
    Seymour Halpern, New
    s.'puoltcjn, told the House
    - ediate steps should be
    taken lo cancel shipment of any
    portions of the $37,500,000 In
    -coo *.- month, in view of the disclosure
    by the General Accounting Office
    f Egypt's "cynical expfoita-
    on of food intended for relief
    f the needy through free distri-
    tion. Rep. Halpern said food
    t yet shipped under the new
    greement should be impounded
    |by Federal authorities.
    Department spobMDxaji
    i : -k. > v..id the l mted
    relied upon statistics pro-
    i the Egyptian Ministrj "f
    Ihe partmeat'i *r-
    \ .it the corn w as |>n>\ id-
    tarian reasons and
    ' effet"' the deal
    t merit an Egyptian

    irtmenl disputed t h e
    the i s General At
    i '-in i that the food wai
    n 'hi- baaii of alleKatiuii-
    ire and impending
    I en il as later re*. eal< '
    1 ims were untrue. Aaaojgdr
    1 lo thj state Depaatinent, cot
    I rms found thaic appetite*.
    I Q) COUOO and awitduad
    r orn during lha >ear u
    on The Kraut was nude ia
    I "
    ed that the topic was a main
    theme of the meeting. The am-
    bassador also voiced concern over
    American arms shipments to Is-
    rael as contributing to *r\ arms
    race.
    The State Department, despite
    Cottgnasional opposition, is seek-
    ing, araya to grant new lotama <>f
    id t" Egypt. Mr Rusk gave the
    Egyptian envoy the unpreaiion
    that the Department is considering
    neu aid and loans ImaoikI the $37.
    .ioo.ooo authorized last month !
    cause of "improved relations" be
    tween the two countries.
    The Department has sought to
    minimize the revelation by the
    is General Accounting Office
    that Egypt has fraudulently mis-
    used food intended by America
    for free distribution, obtained Ofl
    false pretenses, and placed on U B
    (or profit by Egyptian officials
    Ambassador Kain-I said he pla
    nod to meet again soon with U
    Secretary of state
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    >Jmstfkrk#M
    Friday. July &
    13
    Goldberg Naming Brings Surpnse
    Goldberg to help sell .^
    American policies in Vie -.j,,
    the Dominican Republ
    tut* w hi- h caused r-
    hsaofcrrw rcA t-<-
    ..-.. JU'-
    .rJ Goldberg
    :or to the
    ..elate
    -
    I
    secrets n! ~-"-:-'- ;-
    -- : .--
    : :a.
    '
    ace Mr G 4dbe
    I
    In the


    Arab= v
    .-:
    SHORTLY AFTER the appoi

    nferei

    to
    (a Jew
    State Department sources
    made knjwn that Egypt and
    ether Arab states were contact-
    ed with the request to withhold
    lodgement of the a'legedly par-
    tisan attitude of Mr. Goldberg
    toward Israel until such time as
    the new U.S. envoy to the UN
    can demonstrate Sis objectivity
    and fairness at the United Na-
    tions.
    Reports were
    igainsi
    the G !--.- appointment The
    ly "Al-Gomhouria
    i. banner headline asking "Why
    was a Jew appoint! L'.S \mba>-
    sador to United Nations?" The
    aper U-AJchbar," <( Cairo,
    ' .':,-. I S Al
    "N i- a Zionist!" Another i
    Al Ahram," quoted an
    ne ip iper which reported
    Mr Gotdl : proud of
    / 1st
    IN BEIRUT, the m
    lion of i
    tment. Ti

    illengi o 'he
    per in the J<

    thi 7.

    enge 1
    isl "
    In Israel, on
    ' sail}
    pra ;>r;i l -1 i
    for Mr G
    parat ,.
    ' itii Mr. i v.
    to him by I- a<
    Prime Min
    .'. E'hkol and Yuv
    Meir
    young Americans in Mexico
    iexico i ity n
    i

    11
    n
    in 1
    ii '
    " avel from Mexico I I
    Justice Goldbergs selector,
    for the post by President John-
    son was also hailed widely in Is-
    rael's press. Leading newspa-
    pers emphasized editoria'ly the
    high qualities'' which Justice
    Golc'berg possesses, and his rep-
    utation for fair judgement. The
    Jerusalem Post saw Justice
    Goldberg's appointment to the
    high post as a tribute to the
    standing achieved by the great
    body of American Jews, and
    heir increasing service to their
    country's public life.
    ":
    r Ami
    intent
    id ne-
    r
    JUSTICE GOLDBERG'S
    tion as ai live J<
    not
    preeidcT-
    honorary
    the
    '. a synagoeu
    near simi-
    lie church-
    L"N prim
    r a -pecial
    library ha ted at this
    r under :he title of "Juda-
    ice."
    : an address ..
    . Israel I
    Affairs Committ( Justici
    declared "1 am a Zionist"
    .'.lined his ; lilosophy of deep
    ation ith Israel
    Mr. Goldberg has been a lead-
    ing force in recent efforts to al-
    leviate Soviet anti-Jewish pres-
    ures. He visited Israel in May
    to address the international con-
    vention of B'nai B rith, an or-
    ganization in which he holds
    membership. He stressed the
    need for close American support
    of the independence and security
    of the State of Israel.
    appointment to the
    t by 1 Ken
    nedv. Mr Gokflwrf
    FUborai
    the AF1


    |
    SENATE LEADERS :
    -
    ing ra|
    Senatt
    of the Scnat<

    -.; ap-


    .. nd the
    fiJence of l
    1 '
    11
    the 1 '
    in its i
    President Johnson revealed
    that he urged Mr. Goldberg to
    resign from the Court to take
    the UN position. He called Mr.
    Goldberg a man of courage, con-
    viction, and humanitarianism."
    Since Amtrica is seeking a
    wcrld ba.ed on law, designation
    of a judge to the UN was termed
    logical.
    President J
    mon important I
    ., world w*j
    maj li\e in pi Hi hop"
    lie of law He
    that When <;"\
    v as I from some of
    .'
    : me
    " a reference '.* '''W.
    r i~h immigrant parents
    Mr G will be the
    tral n but
    [or in nation, Pn

    Justice Goldberg, aged 5*.
    said he fe t his new pot was an
    ,ss:grmert to the greatest ad-
    venture in man's history 9v-
    e.n.ng relations between sover-
    e.gn nahons by tow. II' to
    great humility. he sa.d. that
    I urde.take t'-e '! <* oor "*"
    tiors advocate of peace in the
    Council of Nations." He prom-
    ised to pursue the Stevenson
    message to the world of mn.t
    ancient supplication.'' He asked,
    crant us peace. Thy most pre-
    cious gift'
    tl W

    >
    m
    many liberals agair
    American policies. XI
    liUl'l.i'
    Mr GokHMri i I tie
    Mr and negotiator Wr.-TI
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    ht help cain ova*
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    Dade's New Welfare
    Bernard Fink-
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    -
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    Bernard FinkeUtein cornea to
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    UnlstnkrHHn
    Page 11-A
    for loving remembrance that endures
    MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY'S
    PERPETUAL CARE FUND,
    NOW EXCEEDS *
    $200,000
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    ft*
    s* N.

    *V**L BA
    *K
    every cent of which is
    dedicated to preserving
    the beauty of Miami's
    finest Jewish cemetery
    Naturally, you will devote much time and
    serious consideration to the selection of a
    permanent Burial Estate for your family.
    That's why it is so important to know about
    Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery .. .
    Mount Ncbo. Over $200,000.00 is now
    in its Perpetual Care Trust-fund, for
    which The First National Bank of Miami
    acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing
    and is the largest of its kind owned by
    any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami.
    It guarantees you a Burial Estate in
    surroundings that will always be maintained
    at die lughest level of beauty and perfection.
    OVER 7.000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING OADE
    COUNTY'S FINEST. HAVE ALREA0Y WISELY SELECTED
    BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY.
    nu*
    rv zo.
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    iorid* fist
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    eed.
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    AN ATMMMMM oi SBRENTTV
    i> rvidtiK everywhere in Mount
    Nfcos lu*h. pn UBM>WII ad I"
    lovctl tropical gardriiv ruh with eolOf'
    lul plants and sIiiuoImmv
    MUK IWKSI MINI IS
    I'KOI K I ED
    Youi Burial I >u auinoi be u\cil or
    Ki/ed foi debt li i non a*M.->i>ablc. licii
    lll.l 111vl^lIKTMI |lll4.
    MOl N I NKBO ls( EKTB.ALLY LOC\I"FD
    li ii cull) and quick!) reached. Whcthei ou
    come t>\ Ixi- oi drive your ias. you'll hnd il
    am nmI>Ic.
    MOl \ I NKHO Is HRMLV ESTABLISHED
    Miami\ oMM c\tlusi%e-i Jewish ccmetrrv has
    fai yean Lx.cn a plaicof xflau inspiration and
    Beauty.

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    MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERV
    5505 Noi-thwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693
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    7&U S*~ VL* WeLJ
    SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK ^
    'TOT
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    'd


    AGUDATH ACHIM 6305 Co.ims Ave
    Orthodox

    'Mlncli. '.:"" p m

    lAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Crl)
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
    ----
    lAHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
    TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Oorthodo*
    \ Cantor Israel Kershner.
    I
    ANSHE EWES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
    Consei vative. Emanuel Kushelewiti.
    president.
    ----
    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con-
    servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
    William W. Lipson.
    Pi Ida; 6 p n Saturdas < rfl Si i
    VI.rs u i'Ii.mmI.
    -----
    IBETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
    ----
    BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
    IYi-i:t> 6 i'in Saturdnj i n l*allj
    Phac-h i- 7 and a M
    CANDLEUGHTING TIME
    1 Ab 6:50 p.m.
    I I.' .>'! '
    BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
    Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
    BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
    Pridaj :it sunset Sal :? i:,\ I
    s-: in i: "We are .. Tribal I
    l>f8Cussion ;tt .">!'. p.m "Portion of
    the l ..i w I ilacuasion al ,; I i-.m
    "\\v Seek Venge inci
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
    13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
    Rabbi Richard Marcovita. Cantor
    Seymour H'nkes.
    -


    BETH TFILAH ?;3 Euclid Ave Or-
    thodox. Raobi Joseph E. Rackovsky
    e
    3ETH TORAH 'inn St ana NE 11th
    Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
    schi'i Cantor Ben-Zion Knschen.
    baum
    - i
    e
    BNA: RAPHAEL 1401 \v\ J3rd St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack Lerner
    CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
    AMI. 12-12 Wash.ngton Ave Ortho-
    dox Rnbbi Dov Rozencweig.

    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    ----
    FT. LALDERDALE EMANUEL IS01
    S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
    Hebrew Lesson
    *? tat t
    1 I mm > I I I I i
    : t
    r n b I n n o; \-
    D*3"i D-p ht fk- 's^n:
    Kin nVinnpss-a .ns-apa
    .ninca -mra -?-r- ---
    train z-;r-: ;;- -------1
    poyn rr'^ -:_ -:; ::-:,
    ..:zb D3"na "_:- -
    ;mxan nsu o^n -.--*:
    H3 -nVinn d- d:s nsu
    It t "
    r-;z- X3 n'i ul*Z3
    S73CH -no r.; z :
    -n nx zr- .z .::- r:.^
    ~zz-izzn -;- .-.-.- _r -2
    I n z:k z:zk- .^z.
    - nxtn mia&.i .- z ,:rx
    nnw .niea nutfa nntrs?]
    ?aa it nTay? nirnri
    nx nK-zn km .rrmna
    T
    ,|inan nxia -:d^ rftxtfri
    .alpsaBnaisnnxnD^nni
    aha? jsraa rnias -jx
    tanato nr.ysi ^j rv:nri
    roinn nosatf n*^rr ^a
    nns D""iai n^inn 73
    to -msa Dlpaa ...jrr^
    ...naio n^-ix^QjH^-x
    n->sn na 157-111? na ^a
    DTi-nnK-:nxMD3n-i-:a
    -a .-!3o-n]p,D-:pain:rz
    ^xa .nDix-'mari ,z-r-
    ...Q'niD .r-:z:z
    HiTKa nm-n nipa n^
    m^yn ay p-rn nx irp
    6 5 pT? rj^om c;i n1 .-
    D^a Z>B7 B-ajPSB 1ZZ ]"-:
    {tnfria rrnas n-na PKyna)
    The Huleh Lake
    Fur thousands o( j irs, greai
    1 lown
    from irea "l the
    t r 1 j ? ?. the Huleli
    ' > in ih('
    v ater ,; a ame j r b; yeai I
    the vallej com il iu to
    Lake 1 that
    re creal
    a lake was reate

    'l he me 1
    ange ture
    ol ma
    is '
    ex -
    Securil i
    "

    : s to the J
    an ou it :
    mato.s
    The Huleh draining enterpi
    of malar
    a m the area, conneete I he J i
    dan with the Huleh canals and add-
    ed to the .Ionian 65 millions ot
    square meters of water.
    ( Published by Brith Ivrith U.amith)
    Beth Am Students
    In Contributions
    Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of tht>
    Religious School of Temple Beth
    Am. announces that the Keren
    Ami Fund has made contributions
    to the following chanties durin
    the past year
    Reform Jewish Appeal. Jackson
    Memorial Hospital Chaplains Of.
    ice. Jewish ihatauqua Society
    I'velopment Fund of the Union
    of American Hebrew Congrega-
    tion^ Jewish Statistical Bureau
    American Jewish Archives Greal
    er Miami Heart Association Amer-
    ican Cancer Society, Combined
    * Appeal of Greater Miami
    A I ..... I oil e and World
    ' won for Progressive Judaism
    , "' : '..... K
    Amic llected from I .,.,. ,jf
    the Beth Am Ri ,.,,
    Spinoza Study Group
    ,.Th", Group uni.....
    he d.r-.-t;,,,, Ol
    meets Fndaj aftern
    P-m in the Communitj Room of
    |Mmi Beach Federal on Lincoln
    e
    hEBi

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    HOLLVWOOD TEVPLE N
    JjMwn St Con- It '
    Oav.j Shapiro Canto -
    Heilbra "

    HON'ESTEAD J' STER 8t"
    St, H r. Can.
    tor Pmci/S Aloot
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    ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 25th
    s; Conservative Rabb Shmi
    T Swirsky Cantor LOi s Cc
    e
    JACOB C. COHEV COMMUNITY
    SvnagOGlE IS3J Washington Ave
    O'thjdo*. R.lbbi Tibor M Ste-n
    e
    KNtsETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid A,r
    Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eld.
    Cantor At)i aham S- I
    ;' ~
    -

    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM IS**
    Washington Ave Orthodo. Rabbi
    Abraham Strassteld.

    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
    3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional

    OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or
    Orthodo Rabbi Phineas Weber.
    man,
    e
    SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER M5
    Collins Ave Rev Cantor S.idi Si"
    mi as
    e
    TEMPLE ADATH VESHL'R---
    servative 1025 NE 183rfl St V .
    Gardens Rd Can! Ni

    TEMPLE BETH AW
    Dr.. So. Miami R--'
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    PLE t.fth el or HOLL-
    v. OOD a; s 14th Ave Re<

    BETH SH
    Si Reconsl
    is --kop.
    e
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    tan Via.-.

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    -
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    kingdom ot v
    :
    MATTOT tribtJ I"- stl
    He "-' ,r"u,,t ""'
    . w,ui dianitea Trw exp)
    ,, .. >, lie i "<- Balaan Tin U
    . herds m cattle, asked to
    nd in : insjordan M< m
    the ol er tribes across tl
    until all their brother
    Part oi the tribe of Manaaoeh
    ranted it for their terntory
    on cd*4
    <
    'fagt 11
    MASE x e, to one <> the six dtin
    1 iver "Three cittes bj md the >
    ties in Canaan; they shall U n'.iw j;
    MASE The portion begins with I detail-.I at
    - route t'- the Pi
    the) lett Egypt until she) reoched th.
    I Jencbu Instructions cooeei
    \:; i ye shall Inhi
    -., j to the more ye -I,
    to the fewei tho i shah live I
    re lever the 1"" falleth t'> an> man. th
    his" Numb 33.54i It as necessar) that all the far-.
    t if ye Mill not drive out the inhabitants i
    from before you, then shall those that ye let retaaii
    be .i~ thorns in your eyi icks in your sidrv
    haras j >u in the land wherein ye dwoU'" iNun.1
    The portion gives specific instructions o'licermn
    I lists th.- names ol the persona who ibo
    Israelites to ael asida It
    not been
    the >ther tribes ei nee is made to tl
    ht flee for f

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    TEMPLE JI DEA* 3J0 0 Ave
    Rabbi Morr.i K,D
    -
    TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
    Conservative tM,b, Mvr -
    ov.,tz Cantor Edward Klein
    TEMPLE NER Ta'm.D M>.h S' and
    Tatum Wat.rwa, Mod.rn Tr.di.
    torTJ ^"o Euflrne L,b0"'' Can.
    tor S.iul H Breth.
    TR7PLSEw?K..OL!OM conservative
    Samuel ADr,l. Cantor N,co Feldm.n
    T%^LNFS7^ ^ NBTH M,*MI
    Di'mel M V Re,0rm """
    u-miei m. Low, Cantor Chet Gale
    bl.l l,.
    i, i-, -
    the V '
    Ta,^Pi-E T,,rE"E*H JACOB M1 E
    4th Ave. H.a.eah. Conservative
    TC^PLE ?AM0R" 44 Zamor, *ve
    Con.erVave. Cjntor B fj
    TEMPLE ZION. 8*000 Mil*, Rd Con
    rvat.ve. Rabb, Alfred wT.m^n
    TIFERETH ISRAEL 65QO n. u
    Ave Conservative P?bl^ KilS
    Wermck Habbi Htnr,
    : .
    This recoun'nq o' the Weeki, Poi'mn o' the Law if ex-
    acted a.id based uuon The Graphic History of the )* HI
    Her.'age edited by P. Wollman Tsmir $15 Publise- t
    Shengoid, and th# volume is availabl* at 27 William S* Mew
    York 5, N Y President of 'he society distributing the vc
    is Joseph Sevang.
    THE RA3S1 SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT 'M
    Jews Survive BecatiS(b]l
    Thev Mind the Lord I

    "l< MAX I |p
    N
    Bv RABBI MAYER ABR-'.'D.'. T 7
    Temple Mono
    :
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    like
    he lule
    i
    turei from oni .
    place to anoth ~ ... ..
    .... vi iroobi ADromowili
    ii N" less than
    fort) two times in thai man) Bib-
    lical verses do we find the expres-
    sion "Vayisu Vayachau" -- "and
    they journeyed from and then en
    campe I .,
    Tins particular list is f tremen-
    dous significance historicall) and
    archaeotogicall) as the v a r i > u i
    name* <>t places are attempted to
    '" Wentified What is probabl)
    most significant about the portion
    is that in the journe) of our aaeao-
    '"' ,r,,:" Egypt t the Land ..!
    1 we can see mirrored the
    rins f the Jews throughout
    histor) ami we find .. glimpse itvd
    ror the i ,- M1,
    vival
    Israelites of old were In
    l< i l>
    !'!:"1"', -1;'1"1' u;",cl"
    an>h !,.,. he
    " verse
    Ami \|,k, ,,
    ; \,
    n. f
    k'u Ihe s,u val i
    p the Je
    :
    .. ,

    . en
    i tor) ; i Jeuis
    Rurope and \n-
    ew has
    '-: He nol nl)
    n .''Ht.
    tl i-ii his "w
    sur\i\ il b) recognianj the dii \t
    Ull! The < ommandment of th
    l ord "
    We ho live m the pandiat .
    erica Greater Miami, must re
    ognize that ou, esdateaoa must
    in the spirit of the Mblieal accoun-
    i Jewish rorrival in addition to
    the reapinu of the benefits of lis
    ing under this affluent sOCSOtS
    must strive |o astfJsbttaft) the Vom
    mandment ,.f the lx.nl t.s de Ing ouraelvea to Jewish b^nui-
    ' Jewish institutions, ami to Je*
    i>h values
    *

    |.vouno ish.Cl"^q ne,,;;;^-.
    Beth David Sets
    Home Discussion
    Group Tuesday
    '''h David Horoa i.,s,.,,
    !- 'll meet for IU I
    -I n oo tu, .
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    Hy 30. 1965
    +JtnlsHk*-/dton
    Paqe 13-A
    Farband-Labor Zionist Leader Here to Be
    Memorialized at Israel Medical Center
    ed as precedent-makinq by the National Jewish Wei-
    rd's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, the dinner
    taking place above was qiven in Saiqon by the Ven-
    Thich Tarn Giac. director of Buddh-st Chaplaincy of
    ietnam Aimed Forces, to discuss chaplaincy problems
    head American Catholic. Jewish and Protestant mil-
    iplains and the head Vietnamese Buddhist. Catholic
    totostnnt chaplains. Shown below 'left to right) are
    E. Dines, assistant representative of the Asia Founda-
    e Venerable: and Chaplain Richard E. Diver. Jewish
    n-of U.S. forces in Vietnam. In deference to Chaplain
    :he Venerable, who is a vegetarian, the dinner was
    tabbi Morovitz Leaves Academy

    ?f i >
    -

    mi

    ' has si
    kHetoi i mj for Lh< paM
    _ a- assistant pi incipa) and
    of bc> ;i~ m ""
    bl'i guidance program, its
    __icuiar ami \outh activ-
    He wa also supervisor ol
    ^ febrew curriculum <>i cduca-
    M md of the AintU-irn s in strv-
    I lining program
    KNOWN CANTOR
    Miami want* enaaat <
    IKgh Holidays, er year-
    Hi. Has served as Con
    12 year*. Please call'
    374-0116
    In paving, tribute to him, Qabbi
    Alexander G'oss principal, re-
    l#d R ibHi Horovitx' r^cre
    H >n a decide o< service *o t^e
    Ac ferny. Studen's w!!' a so pv
    tribute to Rabbi Horeviti a' 'he
    niryj erv ice.
    tat
    am I
    . U;i\ a
    movement in Mi;
    the Hapoel riamizracl ..
    l ;\ yean ago Rabbi 11 j o\ its
    wai Um motivating force in the
    establishment of the Meslvta
    Senior High School, ami served as
    the principal <>f the school gratis
    Since its inception
    NT BAL TVILAH
    CHAZENISH
    the Mih Holy Days.
    Fox Wl 5-1578
    Problems Facing JDC
    PARIS i.lTA> The difficulties
    which the Joint Distribution Com-
    mittee faces now in its relief work
    overseas following the loss of sev-
    eral million dollars a year from
    German reparations were outlined
    here by Charles Jordan. JDC di-
    rector general. He addressed the
    Tinted Jewish Appeal Young Lead-
    ership Mission which arrived in
    Paris en route to Israel
    3.
    RABBI
    Cellrar qrod eniv. dc-1
    eryj
    ega-
    BJRvitits is interested in a I
    pulpit. Write B.O. c o |
    eWsaMB, coneoe qrna.. nri.
    free, teed speaker, versed in e
    -l* rthM of rabbinical 1 conar
    3. Miami, ria. 33101
    THEM
    ABOUT
    WELCOME
    SACHS
    The late Irving If, Sachs, one
    of the founders of the Farband-
    Labor Zionist Organization in Now
    York City some
    40 years ago
    , will he honored
    by members of
    the Chaim Well
    mann Branch o'
    Farband in con
    junction w i 11
    the Israel Hista
    ; drut Committee
    of Creator Mi
    ami.
    Announ emenl"
    that a room in
    the Greater Miami Medical Re-
    habilitation Center in Becnhebo,
    Israel, will be named for Mr
    Sachs who died here recently was
    made by Moe Levin, chairman of
    the Weizmann Branch.
    "This is most fitting way to
    memorialize the memory of Irv-
    ing Sachs, whose lifelong devo-
    tion to Farband, Histadrut, the
    entire Labor Zionist movement
    and to Israel will forever seive
    as an inspiration to those who
    worked with him," Levin said.
    Sat .1 former \ ici
    i ter Miami Israi Hista-
    drut I n ""' and co chai
    ol the < haim Weizmann Farband,
    was d out for thi honor .it
    i cutive i
    20 at t i has<
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    er Miami Committee for Medi-
    cal Services in Israel and the
    Histadrut Committee here, i*
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    Histadrut services the medical
    needs of more than 70 percent of
    the population of Israel through
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    Today's Though*-'
    Rapture Among
    TO appreciate something we
    must often know its contrast
    Mv parents, lor example, are some-
    what more sensitive Americans
    than I. lor they lived in les- en-
    lightened countries and they savor
    fie freedom of this country more
    than one who never lived where
    freedom was limited.
    -J So with Judaism. Non-Jews who
    discover Jewish ideas and ceremonies and forma
    !!,;Xn more enraptured by them than Jews who
    take them for granted.
    So even with Yiddish. The language is regarded
    by some Jews aa a Jargon, whtoh it isnot .11 as-
    soriated in the minds of some Jews with old people
    despite the fact that many young people love it
    and use it.
    .\ interesting love affair with both Judaism
    and Yiddish is that of Mrs. Morris Rosenthal, ol
    Alameda Ubuquerque New Mexico.
    From her name s u woul r thai Mrs ><>-
    -
    rted to her husl

    i
    By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
    Non-Jews for All Things Jew.sf
    Fridc
    j:
    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    A Teacher Fired
    A BRILLIANT
    ting the sighl
    four! s ro students ton's
    black ghetto, has I ii""1" his job.
    school administrators who put the
    , xe to young Jonaihan Kozol, novelist
    and former Rhodes scholar, haven't de-
    nied that his teaching record in a 70-year
    old school building includes their own
    earlier praise for his ami zing feal of rais-
    ing the class arithmetic average in two weeks from 3n per-
    cent to ? percent.
    Jonathan Kozol. getting the princely pay of $300 a
    month for his teaching efforts in a school system that
    has until recently refused to aeknowli e the existen e
    of even de facto x'
    m after a policeman-father had Ko-
    . use of a Langston Hughes poem in the m.
    Ballad of the 1 rd." II bemoai
    broken steps, the roof, the [heat
    Add the facts thai Langst
    1 % poem ab esus, that Teacher Kozol la Har-
    vard hon( pro-UN literal into
    even used Rol fa
    I y '.'......: ., Snow] Evening'" pn s< i
    r sixth gra rs) and you begin to
    derstand why by one of the most mori-
    i -i hool in the nati n.
    Were thi m Kozol's record? Oh, yes,
    he had brought a French record to school and played it
    for the children. This was a record including "On the
    Bridge at Avignon." a most delightful nursery song. But
    in Massachusetts, a seems even French nursery rhymes
    are suspect.
    Gibson School, where Kozol gave bis labor of love to
    great grandsons M percent Negro; and the
    licated tutor was said to have been the eighth person
    had tried his h Inn i the fourth grade cla -
    - low : but Jon-
    ' :; i marked lhat sit-in S
    ' ithorities ii every reason-
    able ivay fcr hi
    ''- by -,: f their lot unwillingness

    '
    ent ofim
    Dr. H
    1,0 onder thai
    o
    1 tern long : ;., re-
    - in-
    :' Mhooling and tl .,. pil,,
    ''''","'" '' 'ion It
    I long i
    ' tudybyth.
    Advisory Oommfttee to the UnHed -
    'in,m,SS'"n'" .ve,,lbackinJ.-,nU,rv 3
    fear that is ol m elementary schools con-
    tained more than 95 percent Negro pupils '
    . ^ a YldJi* proverb has it: a stranger ren
    her Jcarnl the lan.ua. Her ***> f "
    Then Ibis zealous convert cameo
    Off the Record: Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
    A New Definition
    Of 'Survivor
    SOME YEARS
    . i

    that the J
    i ;
    Li
    I
    t if the Ji
    take i

    M
    e notes th.it "the
    kind American inn i
    . and at much of Ami lion I
    5 ji One explanation tor that vogue, he
    -. "is that in an a e of 'alienation' the Jew is
    looki I lo as an expert in estn i ent she pet
    petual outsider who somehow knows how to kei
    : out there."'
    Citing the extent of Jewish participation in
    Americai ity In poetry, fiction, peintii
    sic and the theatre the writer rightfully ob-
    U 'the superficialities "f Je
    it ore and more part oi I
    there the distinct post
    less JewUh whili

    But a Jew, and
    Not
    I ion would not ha\
    nplj a -lev Ti Ijy. I '. v
    are i nswering the question in i
    I then i- which of thi it5Uers is the
    ntinuit) ?
    In n
    menism, I

    ii Jews are livii j afl their fut
    In the 1 e writer's the
    ei< I cat serve as a dam against J<
    tion. Jewish submergenci There is a
    he says, "that without the light oi
    ligion" nothing no: even Israel "will keep the
    ' 'rd Jewish from watering down in Arner.
    something unapecific as the word Protest
    in He obviously believes that only continui
    tachment of primacj to religious values can
    the \ ish conununit)
    Defining Ji
    as an "im xtrical
    I culture" and as
    the
    ' 11 i n fact
    than i
    Panorama:
    ,,v,r Into IBM 'i-v Of Albunjuenjue Beeagfc
    ,.,l ., Yiddish elub. compnsin.
    . ,k. i op the taagaaafi n -Haying it t.. their children.
    , ,n the Yiddish Club has funding aat
    U.rner ban.l <-f zealots ha> been areaM R*.
    ,,nJy the RT"-ip sponsored an exhibit of N
    ,,,! ptitasbeals in an Alburqiirque aynagefa*
    re that that synauoiruo had little
    with Yiddish before being affected by Hn fcasas-
    ardor ....
    ot course, on Broadway. the success of the S
    M.ubem play, thoiiuh presented in Ki has
    iven new prestige to the language
    ,1 o| Fiddler on the Roof was
    . even a Harry OoUOB quip to II
    ,. n \- m the riajpn i- Dn
    ling that the deli, ous 'i
    i,., reaparaiaad and opt |
    \, M Mexico lo \- 1
    Capitol Spotlight:
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    Joe
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    By MILTON FRIEDMAN
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    u tmeru an efforts lo u
    rtain Comsmuuat
    k 1 th.it Aiiieru.ui A: !> n latio
    rding to Comnet i SV < rat
    T. [hhu wiahing to deal with U Ar.,
    by ., il.it pc on oil;.,
    witl ti-l pcott,
    beeoana apparent to the Wi
    to paaa ; at naaaaB"
    1 in whi< h t; '"(.' k Vl
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    rets c
    . Bu I
    top I
    ith Ann
    lerce Dt p ment ,
    > aach naVa and
    d>e to II.
    PL the new law.
    ngttu ii the Utah

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    Latest Triumph oi 'i iddish >\ ords
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    Section B
    K
    Peace Corps Chief Before Pioneers
    /art Gordon, the well-known painter, bids his wife, Peqqy.
    voyage aboaid the Nieuw Amsterdam prior to her sail-
    last week tor a European holiday. The Gordons live at
    NE 100th St.. Miami.

    si
    n
    j
    by ISABEL GRCVE
    By Special Report
    Han i- W (ford, i isociate direct
    or Corpi Sunday night proposed the
    establishment of a large scale
    "Peace corps in Reverse" pro-
    gram Speaking at the opening ses-
    sion of Pi neer Women's -toui an-
    niversary convention al the Sher-
    aton Hotel in Philadelphia, Wof-
    ford explained thai qualified vol-
    unteers from other countries would
    he invited to America to partici-
    pate in community action and ed
    ucation programs Five volunteers
    from India are already at work in
    the United States as a pilot opera-
    t.on of (his project.
    Wofford also described a new
    kind of politics "the politics not
    ol words hu. of work: not ol offici
    seeking but of service; not ol p*
    tition hut of physical direct ai
    tion." He said that Pioneer v>
    en's WOTS in Israel was an >\
    ample of this new kind of politic
    an i that the growth of the countrj
    demonstrated the potential of coi
    structive direct action and servta
    Wofford challenged the over BO
    delegates, representing 50.000 i'i
    oneer Women from the Unitei
    States and Canada to help extend
    this new politics throughout th*
    world
    Beba Idelson, deputy speaker rd
    the Israeli Parliament and head of
    Moetsel Hapoalot, sister organiza-
    tion of Pioneer Women, greeted th;
    opening session delegation. Kah i
    i i:. Zvi, former First Lady
    .ho w as to attend the co.....n-
    hut could not make the
    :.( -ru-.i because of illness ri I
    special message congratulating
    eer Women on 'is 40th inni-
    ., rsary
    The convention lasted four
    through Wednesday Other high-
    lights included addresses bj Dr
    Ellen Winston, United state- l m-
    missioner of Welfare, in- Marie
    Syrkin. Brandeis University pro-
    fessor Mrs Bola Adeho. wife of
    the Nigerian Ambassador to the
    l nited Nations, and Manhei S
    Shapiro, director of the National
    Jewish Communal Affairs De
    nicnt of the American Jewish >m
    n-.ittce.
    Haal I
    rs of the National Council of Jewish Women and three
    national women's organizations have formed an inter-
    JaUri interracial group called Women in Community Service,
    und< : which volunteers will recruit and screen applicants for
    th* :;'s training centers of the Job Corps. Signing the
    sement between the Office of Economic Opportunity and
    ;S are seated from left) Mrs. William Cooper, of Wash-
    Sen a national board member of the National Council of
    Bsh Women, act,no president of WICS. and Dr Otis A.
    bl< lary, director of the Job Corps. Standing (from left) are
    rvrnr.eta B. Washington, director ol the women's training
    liters cl the Job Corps; Mre. Albert Fischer, of the United
    Cfcurch Wcmen. acting vice president of WICS; Mrs Dorothy
    He. president of the National Council of Negro Women;
    case ''. ss Mary Donohue. of the National Council of Catholic
    t^Lfemen.
    . n I Mrs Abe I Lena Zel
    Meridian Ave Miami
    are entertaining Lena i
    Bier-in law and sister, Mr
    Mrs Abe (Fannie) Kapler.
    ft.os Angeles. Calif Mr
    tier is well-known in tV Ix*
    Kg e 1 e s Jewish community
    I e he is a member of the .lew
    Federation Council. Jewish
    lional Fund. Histadrut, City of
    at Duarte. and treasurer
    fthe Old Age Home of Califor
    The Kaplers will be stay-
    | here for a week to ten days.

    ver since Judge Ed Klein was
    Bitted to the Criminal
    'ov Mavdon Hums, friend*
    J!i and Wilma have been tr\
    -O think of some way to hoii-
    Ftli m Now It's all arrant:
    a dinner dance Oct. 23 at
    i-.: rings Villas PriendH
    Kleins say it'll be a non-
    ech get together just lots
    ! fun
    !r tad Mrs lsadore Sham k.
    -Baltimore, Md spent a week
    | the Sterling Hotel as part of
    heir three-week motor trip
    throui im l'< While here.
    the) met then- son In law d
    tar, snd grandxIilMren, Rabbi
    and Mrs Joshua Hertsberg. oi
    Qaeens, NY Mindy Sue.
    Mark and David were thrilled
    to l-e reunited, for however brie!
    a time, with their grandparent-

    Arthur and Claire Rosichan
    went to Atlanta. C.a to say hel
    lo to their son and daughter in
    law, Dick and F.llen, where Dick's
    studying English literature at
    Emory Then it was on to
    r him wh=re th>- senior Rom
    chans parted: Claire back to Mi
    .... ... Keep t.ie home fires burn-
    ing, while Art traveled to Tux-
    edo. NY. to the Onchiota COO
    ference Center for a meeting of
    the executive directors of the
    16 leading Jewish Federations in
    (he US Art delivered a pro-
    fes-ional paper on government
    grants, anil then hopped back
    to Miami, where he and Claire
    are spending the last days of va-
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    0d< >sky.
    Stationery. Mrs. Sol Sch\vart7;
    special evenls. Mrs Nonnan Wein-
    -r; community service, Mrs. Sy
    Leopold; education. Mrs. Philip
    Bra^s; inter-faith. Mrs. Morton No-
    tariu* and Mrs. Byron Cherkas;
    programming. Mrs. Ellis Tarsehcs
    and Mrs. Marshall Keuer.
    Mildred
    n.
    Bfllin
    Beauty Unit
    Names Resnicks
    Mr. and Mr-. Sam Resnick. 5225
    Collins Ave.. have been appointed
    to the City of Miami Beautifies-
    lion Committee bj the Miami City
    Council.
    The Resnicks have planned and
    counseled on landscaping activities
    at Jewish Home for the Aged.
    YVostview Country Club. T e m p I e
    Israel and other garden areas in
    Dade County.
    They are recent recipients of
    three Miami B<.unification awards
    for work at the Jewish Home for
    the Acred.
    Gershwin Women
    Install Officers
    Ladies' Auxiliary, decree Gersh-
    vin Lodge. Knights of Pythias, in
    stallation was held recently at the
    Su 1'side Center. The following will
    hold office for the 1965-66 term;
    Headlines Belle Kroll. president;
    Mae Marin. membership; Evelyn
    Streiff. fund-raising; Fannie Fur-
    shman, recording secretary: Lor-
    raine Sherr, financial secretary.
    Mesdames Frances Eilen. social
    secretary; Pauline Gross, corre-
    cpondlng secretary; Fay Wein-
    stein, treasurer; and Elsie Herman
    parliamentarian.
    In the summer when it sii
    chiliad soup- oiler us lha thirst
    quenching refreshment of a bever-
    age with the nourishment of a ;>""
    HOW universally popular such
    ...iips are can easily be seen when
    We note the origins of the many
    recipes for them. For example,
    from the shores of the Mediterran-
    ean have come (i.i-r-acho. I com-
    bination of chopped raw vegeta-
    laa, and Red Bisque, an inspired
    blend of tomato and pimento.
    Our grandmothers brought their
    recipes for borsht and schav from
    eastern Europe, and for fruit soups
    from lands as far apart as Scandin
    avia and the Balkans. While rich
    and elegant Vichysois-e WW the
    invention of a French chef, it mi
    actually created in the United
    States. Served icy cold, the many
    excellent canned soups are as d-
    UciOUS as they are popular in Is-
    rael and Europe as well as in
    America.
    Since summer is the time when
    the living Should be easy and we
    I should take advantage of all the
    prepared and packaged foods at
    I our command, our recipes lor to-
    day are suggestions for jiffy chilled
    . soups, some of which require no
    cooking at all. The Red Bisque
    mentioned above can be prepared
    in | blender First drain a 4-Ol
    can or jar ol pimento*, reserve half
    of one pimento and cut the remain-
    ing ones into small pieces. Place
    them in a blender, add 2 cups of
    tomato juice, and blend until
    smooth, chill thoroughly. Cut the
    reserved pimento into strips and
    use as a garnish. This amount
    serves 2.
    When grandmother made her
    schav she used sorrel or sour grass
    spent many minutes in its prepara-
    tion, and considered the effort well
    worth-while Sorrel is rather hard
    to find in our markets, so making
    a true srhav Is not always possible.
    even if we wanted to. Quick, easy,
    delicious, and very similar taste is
    a jiffy bors-ht which we can pre-
    I pare w ith chopped frozen spinach.
    Since the spinach, unlike the sor-
    rel, is not naturally tart, we add
    lemon juice and citric acid We
    can also prepare a quick and novel

    s.
    6.
    y%>* /
    -JenUtncrMtor
    Cooking
    Friday, luly 3"!
    C
    omer
    borsht of tomato juice and buttci
    nnlk, wimh. like she Bad Bisque.
    ,...,. o ro king al all. it maj be
    served in bowls but Is delightful
    poured into glasses and drunk as
    , be v era-.' Without the sour
    cream this borsht is very low in
    calorie*, yet has a rich texture an.l
    flavor.
    jiffy Spinach Borsht (Mock Sch.v)
    2 cups water
    i teaspoon >a"
    3 pieces sour sal: about the size
    of peas
    3 to 4 tablespoons sugar, to taste
    1 afro* package chopped frozen
    spinach
    1/3 to 1/2 cup dairy sour cream.
    to taste
    1 ** ., .
    Lemon juice to taste, if desired
    Place the water, salt, sour salt
    citric acid), and sugar in a sauce,
    pan. bring to boil, and stir uii.il the
    sour salt is dissolved. Add the
    spinach, bring to a full boil, and
    >i m mer for 3 minutes. Remove
    from the heat and chill until icy
    cold. .iu-t before serving beat the
    egg until light and Uuck and beat
    the sour cream until smooth S.u
    into the borsht Add lemon juice
    to taste, if desired Serve in bowls.
    To servo as a beverage, whirl in
    a blender until smooth. This
    amount. This amount makes from
    2*1 to 3 enrps of borsht.
    The proportions of salt, sugar,
    sour cream and acid may be varied
    to n Mgbly flavored sweet and tart
    taste, use the maximum amount Of
    sugar and additional lemon juice
    For a creamy borsht use the maxi-
    mum amount of cream. For a
    hearty dish, add a hot boiled po-
    tato or a sliced hard cooked egg.
    Jiffy Tarns to Borsht
    m cups canned tomato juice
    3 cups buttermilk
    a cup canned tomato sauce
    ' = teaspoon salt
    l1; tablespoons sugar
    | Dairy sour cream or lemon
    wedges
    Place all ingredients in a large
    mixing bowl and stir to blend.
    Chill until very cold. Serve in bowls
    with a topping of MHir cream, or as
    a beverage in glasses with lemon
    wedges, This amount makes 6 sere-
    Bonos
    spoon of bo
    in your blender.
    - then add
    a 10
    ''' htir] un-
    til sn oot d
    cold water, and chill ;

    .es This
    amount .
    maki
    Digging into dinner at the Famous Restaurant, auto lea^j
    executive Bernie Bernstein and wile. Karol, take tone out *
    a souvenir photo at the Washington Ave. edY- The 3er>
    steins, who live in Miami Shores, are longtime Dade resnen^
    Council Coffee Set Wednesday
    Coffee and Council are ^iJjy^S.cC^lO^
    minds of the members of Shores
    Division. Niton. Council of Jew ^onal c, .,
    ish Women, as they welcome in- Jewish Won,. ,,,,,.,-.
    terested women to attend a coffee cbjj- national ; ..nd o\.
    for prospective members next the areas ol community er.
    Wednesday at the home of Mrs and public afRBBM
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    Dr. Wo/fson fo be Speaker
    The fifth lecture in the series
    on > and th< Reli
    the V. | p,
    Abral n W son bi g
    Adult Education
    on Thursday morning. 10 to 12
    noon, in the auditorium of Wast-
    -1 "-2:i4 Washington
    ^v' '' and humorous recita
    tion.s by \ Burstein ril] precede
    Dr Wolf son's talk.
    Hava tfftat
    uslncss Meeting.
    Banquet, or
    pedal Occasion
    f
    You'll fmd completo
    facilities to exactly satisfy
    your needs in the Kismet,
    Aladdin, ScHeberaxade a i
    Rubaiyat Rooms, bo it for o
    wedding or o privoto party I
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    S> to the last ents,
    a wed Bar M i s
    I,
    Part.es from 25 to 500
    Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 far
    an appo.ntment.
    He'll be happy to discuss your plans.
    _ No obligation, of course.
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    Friday, July 30, 1965
    +Jmlst> fir r Minn
    Paa 3-B
    lizrachi Women
    lame Chairman
    By Special Report
    v ; ores!
    I'll, i I -... ill serve aa chairman
    con-
    ntion ol the llutrachi Women's
    r f America, it was
    j Mn BU Resnikoff,
    | lent.
    from
    the Dlstri I ol Colum.
    will attend the fbur-daj m< I
    scheduled for Nov. ~ to 10
    Atlantic City, N.J.
    Irs Young holds offii as na-
    etarj <>t the women's
    | (Zionist
    i, h i ;.' "ales extei live net-
    i | ,n-.. ia! w e
    institutions In to
    ... i o of. For-
    Hill* an Mrs Haj m Leaf, "I
    x \ Y uill sei
    L- nd co
    i
    Bureau of Jewish Education Announces
    Committee Appointments for Next Year

    iriety Slates
    \e Cream Party
    idults nd children .ir* in-
    ro to the Suburban League's an
    i cream pai tj and -Jiow on
    irdaj noon at Variety c'hil-
    Hoepital
    eague president, Mrs. Alan
    t/. announced ih;ii parent! and
    Idn-n will Ih> welcome to come
    see Chan. 4"l Skipper Chuck
    .i complete ahow.
    -chairmen <( the party are
    Robert Gdbtrg. 7388 sw Hist
    , and Mr- William B Cooper,
    SW ''th St.
    uncil Women
    \o to Movies'
    ith Youth Here
    unteera from the Grenter Mi-
    Section, Nation.il Council of
    j Women, accompanied chil-
    rom the Operation Head
    itder Horizons Program to
    \nx of "Mary Poppins" at
    inlevard Theatre
    ration Headatart is part of
    ! n udent Johnson war on pov-
    im, with emphasis on
    action to help children of
    lii'd opportunity set .i k o o >i
    in school
    mbers ol the Greater Miami
    lion National Council of Jew
    Women, have traditionally
    I with h in ; i H oe I and "in
    >n\ lleged children, including
    Ideal and the b
    luncil ia an integral part of
    special ed ication proi ram of
    Count] -. hooj System.
    lunteera al th- "Mar) Pop
    showing include I Mrs llarrj
    ii -. Uon vice president <>f
    i i i and Mrs. J<>-
    in
    VS. ISKAll YOUNG
    Youngster Wins
    Merit Award
    Roberta S hwarte w h se I a
    n is R iberti l;. an and who has
    need nd modeled since .r-e two,
    b for i haritj organiza-
    has re< eii '',1 a merit awar I
    the Dairy Council of South
    Florida
    riie daughter Of Mr and Mrs
    Sol Schwartz, 1560 NE Hist St..
    No Miami, ha- soloed on T\' Chan
    7 Circua and at Carl Pogto'l an-
    nual recital in Dade County Audi-
    torium.
    Now eight yean old, she earned
    .. pin for .scholarship at Natural
    Undue Elementary and an honor
    certificate from her reUgtoua
    school for excellence in Bible cus-
    toms
    She is a Brownie and takes Red
    Cross swim courses
    The Dairy Council has a contin-
    uing program to honor mcritnn
    mis young people in Dade Count)
    Nominations can he <-rnt to Agnes
    Edwards, '."Oi N\v :th St, Miami.
    Miami Woman
    Attends Confab '
    Mrs Herbert J Teller, of 9005
    SW 87th SI represented I/>rhe'"
    Chapter as official delegate this
    week at the .SHth annual convention
    nl the Children s Asthma Research
    Institute and Hospital at Denver.
    The fn da) con. lave gathered
    delegates from the center'a volun-
    teer women's auxiliaries in 23
    es that raise funds through
    round social activities t-.> tup
    port the tree non sectarian treat-
    ment-care and research program.
    Mrs Teller observed the mosl
    recent adi inces in asthma aller-
    the institu.e thai
    have received $1.5 million for
    |j mg the nature and
    the disease
    Committee ippointmenta in the
    lew ish Bducati -n for
    I )ear 196568 were an
    nounced W ednesda) bj Jose p h
    lent Of the Bureau
    Bu I'maiK e Committee
    " ill bt he ided b) Meyer A Raskin,
    hi i pn sident of the Bui ea
    Other members include Judge Fred
    d, ii seph Cohen, Meh > n
    I- rumkes \i,i\ Meisel Hen Meyers,
    Leon Rosoff, Joe Zalis, and Leon-
    ard Zilbt
    \ tucation Committee,
    which spons rs Jewish Book Month
    locally, "ill be headed by Melvyn
    Ft mkes, s crejarj of the Bureau
    i ii lude io-i ph Abelow
    S lei April, Meyer A. Bas-
    kin Mrs Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Dor-
    oth) Krieger Pink, l>r Max A.
    Lipschitz Rabbi Sol Landau. Al
    Shi an Joshua Stadlan, and Mrs
    Alfred Stone,
    Library Committee of the Bu-
    reau, which directs the purchase
    of books and supervises circula-
    tion in the Bureau's Central Jew-
    ish Library at 940 Lincoln Rd.,
    consists of Mrs. Joseph Dtintov,
    honorary vice president of the Bu-
    reau, chairman, and also in-
    cludes Mrs. Joseph Abelow, co-
    chairman. Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
    Morris Honigfoaum, Mrs. David
    Muskat, Dr. Maxwell Dauer, and
    Dr. Isaac Unterman.
    Buildinc Committee of the Bu-
    reau will be charged with future
    planning for Bureau occupancy
    and consists of Ben Zion Ginsburg,
    chairman, and Theodore Berman,
    Harold Jaffer. Jack Katzn-.an. Ben
    Meyers. Mrs. Matilda Katner. Har-
    ry Simonhofl Charles Wrirtberg.
    and Leonard Zilbert.
    Bureau's Board of Review arbi-
    trates complaints among teachers
    and schools and is headed by Mrs
    Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman,
    and includes Judge Fret I Barad,
    co-chairman. Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
    | M. A Raskin. Melvyn Frumkes,
    1 Rnhbi Morton Malavaky, Louis
    Schwartzman, and Mrs. Joshua
    >tadlan
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    lay. Louis Schwartzman, Louis
    Gadon, and Dr. Isaac Unterman.
    Tin i reau'a Nominatin
    Itet i hit li recommends both ol
    luer- and members of the B
    i i ectora vill be chaired b)
    Ben Me) ers, past presi lenl :
    au, and includes M i\ l
    i \ Baskin, Dr In ii
    Oscar Mamber, \l I >--i|>. Mra ]
    K.it/in: ii. and \l i Mai ilda '
    ner
    Teachers w e 1 f a r e Com mil I
    stimulates retirement p r o g r a n -
    medical insuran e pr
    for teachers in all Jewish sch
    Judge Fred Barad ia chairman
    and the committee includes 1
    d re Berman, Melvyn Frumkes
    an I Louis Schwart/man
    The Bureau's Public Relations
    Committee will be headed by Al
    -ii>. vice pi eaidenl of the Bui
    and iii include Mra M \ Baskin
    Ed Cohen, Mrs. Louis Glasser .
    Herbert Shapiro This committei
    will interpret ami publicize the
    function and program of tl Bu-
    io the nen- ral commt
    Ccmmittee on Secondary edu-
    cation has been formed with Zen
    Zion Ginsburg as chairman The
    committee will review the work
    of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
    High School and attempt the oos-
    sible expansion of scconda-. ed-
    ucation in the community.
    ...
    .1 \ Baskin, Hei
    n an I Joe Zalis.
    Cohen t all <
    ill be ".
    mith tlieir duties
    motion al mi i
    eau ol .'ex- ish Edui
    eld in Septi
    Noted Poet Memorialized
    i be Laramon Radi r P r y
    Id its monthl) m<
    the home of Mr I < al. 1 >:'
    Tuesday Memtx rs offered 'trial
    positions in mi mortal I
    to the late poel Josi ph Ausl
    critic and judgi I ''
    1959 ed m l
    Gables last mo
    Board Of License of ihe Bureau
    screens applications for Hebrew.
    Sunda) School, ami pre-scbool
    lea.hers before recommending
    leather licensing for qualified
    leathers Board of License is ree
    ognized b) th<- National Board of
    Lnen.se of ihe American Associa-
    tion ior Jewish Education. Rabbi
    Solomon Schiff is chairman, and
    the committee includes Rabbi Shi-
    mon Azulay, Judge Fred Barad.
    Herbert Beruer. Hen Zion (iuis
    burg, Abraham Gittelaon, Herzl
    Honor. Oscar Mamber, Joshua
    Stadia:, .itl,i Dr Isaac I'nterm.nl
    The Bureau's Teacher Place-
    ment Committee publishes a reg-
    istry for all teachers and recom-
    mends teacher placement in
    Jewish Schools. Oscar Mamber is
    chairman, and the committee
    also includes Rabbi Shimon Aau-
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    onlj by war a State Department
    spokesman Ihia week voiced oppo
    sition to the use ol force In the
    Middle East
    State Department spokesman
    Robert McCloskey said: "We re-
    main committed to the defense
    of the independence and terri-
    torial integrity of all Near East-
    ern states." His comments were
    elicited by questions based on a
    television interview with Nas-
    ser, telecast here recently.
    Mr. Met loskj v ii al o queried
    aboul Nasser'a assertion thai new
    American aid was being disctu
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    Friccv,
    July 30, lejjl
    Continue roi P9 '
    cation at the cabana and other
    - of leisure, prior to Art
    return to the office Monday.
    which he heads as ClieJ ot the
    Greater Miami Jewish K-avia-
    tion

    Mr and Mrs. SelwyB G Wo in-
    . oi North Miami Beach,
    are planning to spend the week-
    end at In <' on Duck Key.
    n hid) it vt ill be a few dajs
    with Dr. and Mrs. Mark Wynn. of
    Marathon. Selwyn'S brother and
    jster-hvlaw. .
    Note from Loch Sheldrake.
    N Y that Florence Kupperniaii
    is "having a ball" Then it's
    off to Woodmcre. LI after which
    Florence expect- :o return to
    Miami on Tuesday.
    Now that Marvin B. Guberman
    ICk at their S23t> SW 42nd St.
    homo alter his auto accident.
    Bhona will be flying to New-
    York to pick up the eldest Gu-
    berman daughter. Shelly With
    Rhona will be the couples two
    moppe:s. and they all plan to
    the Fair and relative.- in
    New Jersey. .
    Mr. and Mrs Herman Sun
    have Aug. 22 circled on their cal-
    endar That's t.'ie day their
    ton. Fred, a recent University of
    Miami graduate, will be getting
    married Officiating "ill be
    his brother, Kobert. a rabbi, from
    New Y'ork.
    *
    Minna Lea Forer. 17. is thrilled
    at hein? :he lead in "The Chairs,"
    by Eugene Inesco, on Sunday, 2
    n m at Beaumont Hall of the U
    of Miami eiapn .intheph.>.
    ,he daughter of Mr. and Mrs
    Mike Forer will be paying I
    M woman.. MinnasUen
    attending drama classes on cam-
    mis during the summer <
    . P.ember of National I oi
    ensic League. French Club and
    Thespian Club ... She vms under-
    study lor the temimne lead in
    l.u Glass Menagerie, and vot-
    ed best supporting actress .'
    Coral Gables Huh la>; Jjear
    Minna, a veteran act re--
    eleven years, will be appearing
    in Thurbei's 'Carnival" at the
    Merry-Go-Round shortly.
    It s been a joyful summer for
    the Irving Jacobsons. of 435 SW
    19th Rd. July 11. Irving and
    Jean celebrated the birthday of
    their youngest child, Joy. with a
    sixteen party held at their
    home Then- son. Dr Ralph
    Jacobean, his wife Phyllis, and
    their two children. Michael and
    Laurie Ann. have Just an
    they are home to stay .
    Dr. .i ''Ms been serving as
    captain in the Air Force the past
    two yean Their tour si ser-
    vice completed, the you::.: coupk
    will make their home in Miami
    where Dr Jacobson will practice
    dentistry ... Dr. Jacobson at-
    tended Emory University ami the
    University of Baltimore Dental
    School .
    Irving and Jean have another
    daughter, Shirley, who with hus-
    band Norman Luger. and SOBI
    Mark and David, also call Miami
    home Now that the family
    Schechter School Now Registering
    Registration is now being" ac- der the personal supervision of
    cepted in the Solomon Schechter Dr. Irving Lehrman and under the
    Day School ol Temple Emami-El. direction of Samuel J. Leibowitz,
    now in its eighth year of operation, new education director at Temple
    Raphael K. Yunes. chairman of the Emanu-El.
    B>ard of Education, announced. Classes meet in the Temple" -
    Class at the nursery and Xor.h Branch Building at 77th St,
    kindergarten level and extend ;,,| Dickens Ave
    through fifth grade. A11 teacherSi in ,,, the He-
    "Children who are accustomed brew an,i English Departments
    to small classes and to receiving have been selected for their quali-
    indnidual attention will find t'i fications and experience in order
    tame pattern followed in the Solo- ,h:,t they may bring to the chil-
    monSchechter Day School," Yunes ,>,,. the finest education possi-
    said.
    The curriculum combines sec-
    liar studies that meet all stan-
    cards of the Dade County Board
    cf Public Instruction, "with the
    ultimata in Jewish education. In
    *nswer to Hie demand of the
    community," Yunes said, "pro-
    visions have been made for those
    children who have not had any
    previojs education in Hebrew as
    a language to bring them up to
    the level of their fellow students
    t their own speed and without
    *he st-ain of keeping up at the
    elaa level."
    The entire school program is un-
    ble."' Yunes declared.
    ll<>t lunches are served, an.i
    transportation is provided by the
    Temple's fltel ol buses
    are together for the first time in
    , Jong time. Jean and Irving will
    have all their children and grand-
    children with Item when they oh-
    serw their :i2ud anniversary or
    Aug. 12. t t ,
    Barbara Adler has been wnt
    ing her parents, the Louis Adlers,
    of 180 HI 133th St, enthusiastic
    letters about her grand tour Ol
    Europe She even tcleplioned
    from Florence. Italy. Baking for
    more money because the shop-
    pia| is tOO wonderful to pass up
    Barbara, whose dad is the
    noted musician here, has been to
    concerts in Vienna and Koine
    Another unforgettable experience
    skiing on the Dead Sea in Is-
    rael Meanwhile. Lou's taking
    a respite from his musical activ-
    ities, and the Adlers' son, Am
    old. is completing courses at
    Dade Junior CoDc
    a
    Teenage beauty pageaol .it the
    e on Sunday wu as
    fabulo is anj Miss Universe
    d iu-" Ten-month Alan Cho-
    drow. in hi- .lad's arms, I
    ,n with deep concentration .
    Junior and senior entries in-
    cluded Caren Levine. Karen Ung-
    er, Susan Prince. Deborah Le-
    vine. Susan Sel;zer. I/>ri Smo-
    lin. Mollie Sandrew, Nancy Son-
    enberg, Plullis Cheracoff, Marcia
    Greene, Sue Kaplar, Lisa Burdo.
    Carolyn Orr. Su-an Spar.
    *
    Completing a two-week vaca-
    tion in Miami Bea*.h at the home
    of Mr. and Mrs. Milton i Miriam I
    Sirkio are Mr. and Mrs. Dick
    dUitlue) Sirkin Dicks an
    executive with the Charlotte Ob-
    server, and a Miami Beach High
    aj aduate as is Kiithie, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sindell
    The young SirJuiu aaso mm ted the
    Sindells, now living m Pompano
    Beadi, when not busy a: the Di-
    Lido Hotel cabana and pool area
    tunning with their children. Boh
    4. and Robtn 9 months Ajao
    participating in the family fun
    were two sets "t great grand-
    parents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Su
    garmen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Sirkin.
    COMPLETELY-
    NEW AND '
    SUPERIOR
    Jewish Chaplain Appointed
    Michele Levin
    To Play Saturday
    Miami pianist, Michele Levin.
    >\i!l play Rhapsody in Blue' at
    the Saturday nigh) Greater Miami
    f'hilharmonic Twilight Concert at
    Marine Stadium.
    The youthful pianist will l>e ma-
    king her second orchestral appeal
    ante in Miami. Tyf) years ago, at
    the a-.'e of 18, she became the
    ungeat pomon ever to be award-
    ed a Baehelor"s degree from the
    Curtis Institute of Music in Phila-
    RRl'SSLLS-.JTAi-Rabbi Hilkl dclphia.
    Medalir. -oiritnal leader of the
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    * J>**.V 111 *'UII|/"-|U"l| 11**111
    Jewish students at the Catholic wrtd-renowned school.
    1 iiuTMty of Louvain. There are ghe is the daughter of Dr.
    l.o students at the university. Mrs. Herbert S. Levin, of 530 SW
    practically all of them American, luh Ct, Miami.
    This is the first time that contact ^^^^^
    I.- been established between the
    Jewish students at the university
    and tin local Jewish communities
    I aiis are also under v%j n.i Uie
    opening ot a keahor restaurant in
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    be followed by two more Israel-built s^teif.os. t.-. MS
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    Argentine Writers Protest Moscow
    BUENOS A1EES (JTA1 The
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    i a ..... ixiorikiinR to Soplii.i .m.l Hal
    vi one "ill l>e the sixth. The new Kn.
    ill coma along In plant) of tima ao a.
    interfere rith the Democratic primaries
    Mama iii be campaigning for reelec-
    -talc i ommil eewoman Right now, .ill
    nglanden are relaxing and boning up on
    irserj rhymei
    IWiSTVIIW COUNTRY CLUB WAS THE SCENE
    .mil Howe 11 Kate were having tin1
    -t time tin- other nigbJ The) had .< cot k
    ,,i .. Westview Country Club so thai the
    | could meel their ton, Wilham (Case's i>cst
    , ,ki dau bier of Ha. and Mra Herbert
    ;, (i.nk and iH'iiiiv wore .> yellow print
    [, gown anil wai aa vivid and excited as
    I; pi agi i -iri can in- in the receivinK
    i them were the grandparents, Mra Wil
    . >i Mr anil Mrs. Sam Roean, and Mr
    j Samuel Katz. Tin* buJfel table was
    ^ sparkling fountain filled with roses and
    ^ mponu m <-*. ti table, a tamp with white
    roved a conversation piece Strolling vi-
    ided -i -"it baekgtouad i<>i tin' animated
    lk :.. thai went on from Bve until eight. The
    t l uill ba in late Neptrmber Amonj; th>'
    n i-t- ware Mr. and Mrs S T. Taylor
    plr Mra Abo Waxenberg, Mr and Mn Ion'
    r, Mr and Mrs Harold Maaharg Mr and
    Mrs larr) l'rohman. Mr. and Mra. Jamea Cabba,
    i Mi Brand, Mr. and Mrs itttbrri laeaing
    Mr *d Mr- Ixzj Hecht, Mrs, Herbert Taaan
    Mil [r and Mr- Morn-. I.om.iskin. Mr and
    |l|!'- in: Greenfield, and Mr and Mrs Sair.
    nson
    IIRC FIDDLED
    I this Nero. Peter Nero, didn't fiddle, li<'
    the piano and what a pi.mo at tin- fifth
    of the Summer "Pops" in the Miami
    Auditorium Bob Breeskin, the director
    I i com icted the concert says that Peter
    adorable, voung and cute, i~ one of the most t.d
    t-ntfii musicians in the world 11 music todaj Bob
    waa wearing a full-length gray tux that he had
    bronghl back from Korea Annette, his wife,
    looked very glamorous In flowing black chiffon,
    Among the man) young felka in the- audience wit;'
    Jill Goldatrich, Bonnie Morn-. David Goldin,
    sii-.m Yunes Other guests include I Mr and Mra.
    I'arthold Strauss. Mr and Mrs Bugene Weiss,
    Mr and Mrs. Leo AeLei man. Mme. Mana Zucca,
    Mr ami Mrs. Aaron Parr Mrs p, f. Breslauer,
    Mr and Mrs. Leonard Wten, Mr and Mi Sidne)
    Rosenbi rg, Mrs i i. Bloom, and Mr. and Mrs
    Melvin .1 Richard, The cute Little redhead with
    Bather and Sidne) Bchwarti is their grand-
    daughter, Jan Ellen Berger, from Chicago She
    i- Mttingwtben a merr) (has..
    SMART ALL OF THEM
    Jcs-if iMrs Samuel Gertman, who attend-
    ed the School ii Social Work at the University of
    Maryland laat year, is in Miami tar she summei
    working with the Miami Housing Authority,
    Daughter Susy, who goes to Goucher, is bare tor
    the summer, loo, working at Cedare of Lebanon
    Hospital. Son Dick, who goes to Tulaaa ini-
    \fi-it>. is using Miami as a baee lor his job
    with the L'niNcrsity (r| Miami .Marine Biology
    Laboratory Son Paul had to say put at the Johns
    Hopkins Medical School Comes the fall and the
    three Gertmaaa will &> back to their respective
    schools.
    *
    THIS IS MY ROOM
    There were three signs over three bedroom
    doors. This is my room. They were signed
    Stevie Julie. Su-\ The si^ns were in the house
    o( n and Mrs Philip Wetastain Jr., in Hollv
    WOOd, Kla. Juliet Mis Hyi I.ieher. tiom I'hoen
    i\. came tO visit her arandchil lien. I>ut she real
    ly didn't need the signs to tell her which was
    which Juliet comes at least twice a year, once
    with Hy and once without The Miami contin-
    ' oi her friends always troop up to BBC her
    She hasn't changed a bM Francs Lehman
    Noted Hebrew Novelist Moshe Shamir
    Highlights Jewish Teacher Institute
    By Special Report
    One of the outstanding Hebrew
    novelists of Israel. IfOatM Shamir.
    a as guest speaker at the annual I
    Irael Might on Sunday. highlight
    1 the 14th annual Educators Sem-
    inar held on the campus of 0 r
    nell Univerait) from Jul) -i to 25,
    under the auspices of the Dl |
    ment of Education and Culture
    the Jew ish Agenc) Amei lean Si i
    tion.
    Shamir Is one oi 11 I
    Ish authi rs and scholars sen
    as members o I \'s-
    iting lecturers at the Insl tute al
    tended by some 100 American
    Jewish educators from throughout
    the country.
    Othtr speakers at the Israel
    N'.-jht meeting were Dr. Samuel
    M. Blumenfield director of the
    Education and Culture Depart-
    ment or tho Jewish Agency-
    American Section, who present-
    ed *n evaluation of "SJsamir's
    Contribution to Hebrew Reborn;"
    and Pre*. Milton Konwitt, of Cor-
    nell Univorsiry, who served as
    chairman.
    Provost Tin.ma- Macke-ey. of
    Cornell University, extended
    eetings In behalf ol the univer
    gity. Israel Night also include,I a
    program of Israeli folk songs ami
    dances under the supervision of
    Harold Greenberg. who served as
    coordinator "f the summer insti
    tute,
    Shamir, lx>rn in Safad in 1921. i>
    MOSHf SHAMIR
    the winner of many Israeli priw;*
    for his nowls He won the
    kin Prize in 1948 and the Biali-i
    Prize m 1965. one of his novels,
    Kins; of Flesh and Blood," waa
    published in English by Vanguard
    Press in 1068 An ex erpt from bis
    first novel, He walked Through
    the Fields. app< ared in the a i
    tin log). "Sound the Great Triun
    pet." publ 'led b) Whittier Books
    ,n 1966
    ue Sisters Will
    h Wednesday
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    ill celebrate True Slate
    ednesda) at Tony's Fish
    til luncheon and a !*
    nuance of "The !>runk
    Mas i; ithtieUI is chair
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    order of True Sisters was
    rt lB4i and is one of the
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    Friday. July 30, ,*-
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    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Lee is earners. Morris E. Greene, living through *e *f
    -ion years In Newberg. N.Y. She remembers what
    cided change came over the country when rankl IK ..
    no Roosevelt was elected prtsldent. Desp,te the dvnsriM
    and the loss of her father's haberdashery store. Lee sJu.m
    ife as a harpy one. It has left a lasting impression on her
    cheerful, pleasant personality. Lee went to Syracuse and
    Ohio Wesleyan lniversit.es. where she Studied advertising
    and r-urnalism. using her acquired knowledge in her honu
    town during the summers.
    She met Morris, or Pat as he is called, in October. They
    were engaged in January and mar
    ried In July They spent one year
    in Mansfield. O.. where Pat man-
    aged the Cray Drug Store Then
    came the war, and he went into
    service as a commander on a Mer-
    chant Marine vessel in the Pacific
    Meantime, friends had been urn
    Ing to tell them bow wonderful
    Florida living was. So alter he re
    turned to civilian life, they move I
    to Miami Pat is a pharmacist, and
    the Greene Drug Store on 17th SI
    has been a landmark for the past
    20 years.
    The Greenes have two children
    Nancy, who goes to Ooral Gables
    High School, and Richard, who this
    summer is with a repertory group in Rock Arrow, Mo Rich-
    ard is active lx>th in debating and the theater.
    Pat thinks :hat woman's place is in the home. SO Lee
    has full charge of the house, as he has of the Store Lee has
    always been synagogue-minded, and they have adopt'.1
    Temple Israel as part of their family She came through
    the ranks of various chairmanship, m the Sisterhood until
    now she is president of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
    PTA work as Civil Defense chairman has long dogged her
    footsteps and she has been a Girl Scout leader for four years
    The Greenes lead a very normal, quiet life They like
    to take trips together For the past six year-, they have
    gone to Greenbriar in September. They look forward to it
    all year. Stereo is a major activity in the Greene family
    Pat takes pride in his roses and the one oranue tree on
    which he lavishes a lot of affection and fertilizer. Six doz-
    en oranges are a lot of oranges, he thinks, from one tiee
    They tind time for a little swimming and golf but not
    enough Lee and Pat are not concert-goers or card players,
    They enjoy dancing, the movie-, dinner and long, pleasant
    discussions With friend- who have 'he same interest- -
    theirs. They are the typical family making up the backbone
    of the Temple and the communit) in which they live
    IFF.
    Dubler. Gory
    Exchange Vows
    The Algiers Hotel was the ael
    ,, for :he nuptial.- uniting Fay
    ferine Gory and David Marshall
    Dubler on Saturdaj evening, Jul)
    Following a reception at the ho-
    tel the couple left for a honey-
    moon in Daytona Deach On their
    return thej will live in Coral Ga-
    bles ,. .
    Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank
    \ GOT) Sr B65 NW 13Wh >' "'''
    bride was attended by Ann Chap-
    man and Susan McGill
    Parents of the bridegroom are
    Mr and Mrs Nathan T Dubler.
    1636 SW 19th St Martin RalSkj
    served as his best man. and Frank
    \ Gory Jr. Jeffrej Dubler and
    Fre terick Popper usher.'.I
    Both Mr and Mrs Dubler at-
    tended Miami Dade Junior Col
    lege. He is a graduate >, Miami
    High, ami she is a graduate of Mi-
    ami Norland Senior High
    Miss Kurtzman
    Will Wed Doctor
    Mr. and Mrs Seymour Kurtz-
    man. 1190 Marseilles Dr announce
    the engagement of their daughter,
    Rae Sue. to Muhael M. Raskin,
    son of Mr. and Mr- llarrv Raskin,
    i : 4523 Royal Palm Ave
    The bride-elect, a teacher al
    N< rth Miami Junior High School,
    attended the University "f Illinois
    and graduated from the Universit)
    of Florida with a BA in English
    she is presently working on an
    ma in English al the University
    of Miami
    Mr Raskin, a Beach High gradu.
    ate, attended the University of
    Florida, where he was i member
    of Pi Lambda Phi He graduated
    from the Universit) <>f Miami with
    Its in chemistry and is HOW I
    sophomore at the University of Mi-
    ami School f Medicine.
    He was freshman class president
    and is a member of Alpha Kappa
    Kappa, medical fraternity.
    A June. 1966 wedding is planned
    by the couple
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    Temple Emanu-El Day Campers pose with Dr. Irvinq Lehrman
    and camp staff during rehearsal of their closinq production.
    "Merry Pep-Ins." The musical will be presented on Thurs-
    day eveninq. Aug. 5. in the main Temple, 1701 Washington
    , Ave.. culminating the eighth year of the Day Camp program.
    Members of the Day Camp staff are Milton Feinstein. direc-
    tor. Steve Greenberg. Miss Inez Samuel, Mrs. Rose Kauffman,
    Mrs. Edith Katz. Junior counselors include Howard Sheldon.
    Sarina Mizrahi, Jonathan Kaplan, Stuart Cypen. Susanne
    Singer, Maxine Firtel, Robert Feinstein, Don Robins. Final
    session of the Day Camp will be held on Friday. Aug. 6.
    Sraun, Broad
    Eetrothal Told
    A September wedding is planned
    >r Marlenc Loium Brain and Nor-
    i in BrOM son <>f Mr and Mrs
    Libert Broad, of 4330 Nautilus Dr..
    lurni B Announcement of the couptt'i b*>
    >th:il hll been made b\ the fu-
    bride'i parenta, Mr and Mrs.
    I itched Brain, 3200 NK 3fi St Ft
    iderdak
    The bri University of Florida. Mr
    iroad is ;. f r..duate of the I'niver
    i" -if Miami and the University
    t: Florida Law School.
    Arab Agent Detained
    BUENOS \IUKS (JTA) Hus-
    sein Tnki. the former Latin Ameri-
    can representative of the Arab
    League who left here several
    months ac> under pressure arising
    from hia anti-Jewish agitation here.
    was detained by the political
    branch of the Argentine Police
    Ihis week when lie arrived for wha-
    he described aa "private reasons."
    "eitler, Kaminsky
    iye Nov. 20 Rites
    M: ..n | lira. Al Teitler. 5740 Mil
    pr Road, announce the engage-
    ent of their daughter. Regme
    tt\. to Joseph Kaminsky.
    riic groom-to-be la the son of
    and Mr- A.iron Kaminsky. of
    13 Harbor bland.
    A \m H wedding is planned by
    coupli
    lelaine Glick
    fee Married
    v/^ind Mrs. Benjamin OUdt,
    Poughke | -i< N V announce
    . engagl men! of their daughter.
    laine, i( Maury David Locke,
    in of Mr and Mr- S William
    2000 SH Band Ave
    Hie coupb is planning an Aug-
    i^r 1966 w< dding
    I
    pportunity Day
    his Saturday
    ur itj P .i > will be held
    I day S iturday
    Sh ipptn Center,
    SI u i w. nth Ave
    . bsi ant < a I
    i \r. ; i Ii.hIc Econorrdi Op-
    am lo recruit for
    Job Corps Mei i ^ outh
    >s the M npowit I>" el< pmenl
    Pi 11 her
    \ -iii-
    i nic Oi.......lit \ '
    Pythians Will
    Confer Rank
    Fifteen candidates in waiting will
    have the rank of page conferred
    upon them at the next regular
    meeting of the George Gershwin
    Knights of Pythias Lodge on Mon-
    day, 7 30 p.m., at the Surfside
    Community Center
    Dr. Oscar Ruskin. newly-elected
    chancellor commander, will pre-
    side.
    This Saturday evening, the
    Knights and their ladies will pay
    tribute to the previous chancellor
    commander. Fred Zeiger. at a
    testimonial dinner at the Aimers
    Hotel
    Zeiger served two terms, diinni;
    which the lodge doubled its mem-
    bership He was selected liv the
    itate order to serve as district
    deputy grand chancellor for the
    7th Pythian District for the com-
    ing year
    Argentine Author is Cited
    BUENOS AIRES iJTAi The
    Uberto Gerchunoff Liter a rj
    prize for 1965 has been awarded
    to the well known Argentine Journ-
    alist Bernardo Verbitaky, for his
    It- Difficult to Begii
    Live The prize is given bj the
    \ entine Institute for Culture and
    Information, an affiliate of the
    American Jewish Committee Ver.
    bitsky i- also the a il i ol -
    ! ooks at ess aj and literal*) criti-
    cism
    Beth Torah Will
    Send Delegation
    To Institute
    Twenty >ix members of Beth
    Torah United Synagogue Youth .
    will attend the Southeast Region
    Leadership Training Institute on '
    Aug. 1R to 26 at Camp Blue Star
    in Hendersonville. N.C.
    over 300 USY'era will attend
    from ib states, with Beth Torah
    having the largest delegation.
    The group will participate in a
    program of religious, cultural, so-
    cial, and athletic activities
    Marshall Baltuch. youth director
    at Beth Torah. will serve on the
    Institute executive staff. Serving
    on the educational faculty staff is
    Abraham .1 Cittclson. Beth Torah
    education director
    Delegates selected to attend are
    Janet Baum. Susan Cavell. Toby
    lav ell. Michael Cohen. Wendy Ep-
    ter. Vickj Goodman. Denise Green-
    berg, Patti Karp, Nancy Kloth
    Stephen Let). Ricky Lundy, Sheri
    Jo Mandel. Michael Patipa. Can
    Raymond. Ellen Reiff. Mona Kei>.
    Jane Rothstein. Barbara Saxon.
    Greg Schenker, Ellen Schorr, Jes-
    -i Snyder Joey Solove. Alan Tells
    man. Steven Wciniiiuer and David
    Winton.
    Miss Seama Bass. Theodore
    Schoenberg and Justin Weintnger
    will -erve on the counselor staff,
    and will also lake part in the SOI
    ond annual Southeast AMI) en
    campment taking place .it the
    same time as the I < .icier-hip
    [raining Institute.
    Steven Wl piesnK nt of
    Southeast Begion, will arrive at
    camp directly from Israel, where
    he i participating in the I i
    Syi i igue Youth 1st a< I !'i-iim-
    ,. for SI v en weeks this > ii.
    ieph Golden i- chairman
    the Beth rorah Youth Commit!
    Befft Am Singles
    Edward Grosskopf will discuss
    Art of Creative Living" before the
    Temple Beth Am Singles on Thurs-
    day. Aug, 5, at 8:30 p.m.
    Urban Renewal
    Names Greene
    Vice Chairman
    Jerome G. Greene. Miami attorn-
    ey, was elected rice chairman <>?
    lie Metropolitan Dade County Ur-
    ban Renewal Agency for 1965 at its
    recently held annual meeting. He
    is now attending the I'rban Renew-
    al and Redevelopment Financing
    School at Princeton. N.J
    Greene, a Harvard Law School
    graduate, Is present!) Bret vie*
    president of the Government Re-
    search Council, Federal labor arbi-
    trator, ami a director of the Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee and the
    Jewish Vocational Service.
    He is a past president of the Mi-
    ami Beach Taxpayers Association,
    past president of the Florida Stau
    ('. (oration of B'nai I', nth Lodges
    and a former special Deputy Attor-
    ney General for the State of New
    York
    He was a member ">f the Board
    (.! Governors of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation for five years
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    Friday. July 30. 19GS
    WHENEVER we i nter .1 room
    i v ith people we don't
    now., we .ai' very : !'1' l"
    he fact that we are be 1 n -
    sed ac( rdin
    first ii This is
    lethi which all of us do.
    to which all ol us are sub-
    ed, like it r n I
    "Clothes make the man." saj
    ads, and the implication is
    i!h'> make the woman i<*>.
    tut none ol the women we talk
    < place tlio primary considera-
    on dress or ensemble. Mrs
    \\ fit.miian said thai the over.
    II grooming ami the picture it
    reates are her first Impressions
    : a newcomer. Hair is next, and
    oiffures arc a most personal
    hing. Hijih style, or classic, the
    important ihuiu is thct it be neat,
    1 place, and becoming.
    \s Mrs Weinman Bees it. most
    hi dress for other women es-
    i.ially those !n> are social!) ac.
    re

    kiRS. Harold Unger dresses for
    " her husband, admitting that
    .. asionall) "1 might h a e
    led .. little differently." The
    'ngers like to shop together, and
    pecially for an evening gown
    he won't buy ore unless lie sees
    As far as ju Iging other women,
    er first impression is <>l neat-
    ess She likes to look at well
    ressed an l well-groomed women.
    nd cringes when she see- a wo
    urn in a good dress, a hat and
    rves, but with run-over heels
    nd no stockings. Her preference
    Mr the basic classic In styling
    nd color, or striking liiuli f ash-
    in. she dislikes too much ol any-
    thing in cessoi les, j ewe lr j
    make-up. or overly extreme
    ires.
    A oman s face i hat Mrs
    ja90 bases her op
    To her. the i P in her
    decisi > she 1 n see if a
    woman is warm, rfty. sweet. 01
    cold, v and cleanliness
    are more important than ;hc en-
    semble, BI long Bl it seems ap-
    propriate to the occasion.
    In Mrs Jason's view, the way
    ;, woman carries ItcM self is equal-
    ly as important as what she is
    wearing. Poor posture, she says,
    Is responsible for ruining the
    appearance of many a good dress
    Among her pet peeves are the
    slip that is showing and the
    Stockings that are ton:

    MRS. Henry Shier looks first at
    the han- The first thing a
    well-groomed woman should do.
    she believes, 1- comb her hair The
    1. e x t thing she notices 1- the
    - but the fit of the dn
    more imp irtant to her than tin
    quali.y it is not necessary to
    v.car expensive clothes in order
    to be well dressed, but the w<
    who is fashion-conscious and
    knows how to wear clothes will
    always have even the casual shift
    properly fitted to her figun
    People who knew clothes rec-
    ognize something nice, and the
    woman who overdresses in order
    to call attention to what she is
    wearing is in effect destroying
    the Image ~he wishes to create.
    Another thing that catches Mrs
    Shier'', eye m the initial apprais-
    al is the type ol accessories w rn
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    nowned opera star, has been
    'appointed Cantor of the Park
    Svnaqoque in Chicago, III.,
    for High Holy Day services
    this fall. A famous cantor
    even before his Metropolitan
    Opera debut. Tucker has
    continued to chant Jewish re-
    ligious services in principal
    U.S. cities and in Isiaei.
    Flower Executive
    At Convention
    Fred C. PUpse, toterflora direct-
    or and president of Exotic Gar-
    th ns, i- attending the Interflora
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    Torquay, Eng
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    is gr up does
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    DOSS of ni ere
    th;inS8ii million
    million <>i this yearlj
    done by Exotic Gar-
    ('oils in their five South Florida
    shop*. Exotic Garden* ranks
    Btneag the top five retail Piortats
    in the IS. and i> the No. i mem-
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    For South Florida
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    for Floride
    phCompn>
    lent >! tlM
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    The South Florid* area i* com
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    including the territory south to
    Key West.
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    even greater recognition t" the in-
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    and is in the intereel i onr
    c< ii Inuin i objective to furnish the
    area the best possible telephone
    service The men seleeted is a
    uidelv experienced telephone offi-
    cial who ha* spent over M years of
    his career in Florida and whose. <..<
    pabilities and leadership srtll mean
    much to the Greater Miami Re
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    tano -.i He moved to Miami In a
    it) in 1940 and thn
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    Jen 1st Fkrktlan
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    1
    LBJ Picks Fortas
    For Vacant Seat
    On Court Bench
    By JTA Direct Wire
    WASHINGTON President
    Johnson WeCaaesdef announced Hm
    apoiBtment of Abo Fortas. a .lew
    ,-h aUomc>. as Associate Justice
    ol the IS Supreme Court to fill
    Um vacancy created by Arthur J.
    ,,(>l(llXTVr.
    Mr Fortas. a close persond
    .,1 of Preaietent Jchnson. served
    ndcr Presidents Roosevelt ami
    Truman a- UndeiMoratory of the
    rier He has been tatereatcd
    n problems of civil liberties an.]
    , .i ainaatirr ol the President's
    Committee "-i Bejuol Employment
    r the .irined lone-
    Wengel Leaves
    Federation For
    Baltimore Post
    i Wengel, publicity direct-
    ; the Greater Miami Jewish
    ederetion since I98C will become
    public tclalions
    director ol Si
    n a i Hospital.
    Bal'imorc. Md.
    on Auy. lo
    While aaaoci
    ated with Fell-
    ah ^k e r a t i < n and
    E JM I Combined Jew
    A ^fl I iyh Appeal
    P^fl here.
    r a^Paa^nal
    WCNGU producim- cam
    paign "la'.i "ials which received a
    iHHMl ..wild at thi1 11*14 C.ener-
    \-i mM} ol the Council ol Jew-
    ish Kederatlons and Welfare Funds.
    As public relations director ol
    Hospital, benefujiarj agency
    iated Jewish Chantici
    i.i.re. Wengel will be ro-
    tor, public relations i>>r
    v. .iii.i [or its Centennial
    l^roi ran to be commenaornt-
    id in MS,
    He is alto a member of the Na-
    tional Citizen's Committee tor
    Community Relations. He served
    as adviser to the U.S. Delega-
    tion to the UN in IMS. He was a
    professor of law at Yale Univer-
    sity and is perhaps best known
    at a member of the prominent
    Washington law firm of Arnold,
    Fortas and Porter.
    In announcing t'c appointment
    of Mr Fortas, the president re-
    ferred to his scholarly and hu-
    mane qualities, bis feelings to-
    I .i (I his lollnw- men. and bis I ham-
    p nafalp ol individual liberties.
    The President said that Ins own
    h-.ii opinion ol Mr Fortas was
    shared bj leaders ol the bar and
    ether elements ol national life.
    T e Pi i -.in di said be was glad
    Mr Fortas bad accepted the ap-
    rtmenl .md that "the job has
    - > It was learned from While klOUSfl
    rcea tliat (aUowiog the resigna-
    tion of Mvcr Fe Ul in a n. Whit.'
    llou.se special counsel, who advised
    Tresidenka Keiinech and .Johnson
    on Jewish matters. Mr FortaU in-
    i rieded uii'ormaiiN with President
    Johnson on issues <>t special inter
    est t" Jews.
    Mr Fortas was born of Jewish
    patents ui U< mphis, Venn., on
    June IS\ l'JIH He eame to Wa-li
    ii'Tton ui work as an attorney in
    agencies of President Booscvclt's
    New Deal administration.
    Calvert Promotes
    Two Executives
    i dvert Piililltn Ctanpeiij ha-
    . inounced Ihe BOSenOtiOU of two
    its kej exinitni- hf Arthur I
    kiarpsky, executive vita president
    .. i alverl Distillers Company.
    Jack Sl Nath.iiisoii has been ap-
    pointed as national brand man-
    ager for Calvert Cocktails and Ci-
    ..ii Lord Calver. sjblakey, and
    \ i IfBjw C /inhale has been ap
    ,' tinted Fa~tern Division manager
    o: t alvert Dae tillers
    Nathanson had been Esstern Di-
    al manager for the Calvert
    company since Ktt8. prior to Wfaioh
    he hekl several executive sales pe-
    rittOBJS with the coinpuny. Nathan
    s. n and his (anil) are residents of
    [MM bum, N .1
    Zisjgala will be responsible for
    m lea el Outsort Kxtra. Canadian
    Lord Calvest, Calvert n-o percent
    Dry Cm an.I Calvert Cssfctslbl The
    I astern Division includes Net
    York, New Jersey, Delaware
    Maryland, the District ol Colum-
    bia. Munachusetts, Conaectlcul
    a wi Kliede Island
    Schwartz Will
    Speak Tuesday
    (i.raUt libwaili. past pnajaideal
    i" the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
    B'ritb, will speak to members ol
    He [saiernal group Tue-day noon
    at the EMLid* Hotel an 'Current
    Petclopnicn.s in Uie International
    Sphere."
    Schwartz,, honorary president of
    the Zionist Council ol South Floe
    i nia. is hea i "f a Miami Beach pub-
    lie relations fir and a member ol
    [the city's Public Relationa Advia
    lory Board.
    Tuesdays meeting is open to the
    |ri,blic. according to Joseph L.
    Woodman, president of Beach
    B^xlgc.
    Beth Am Opens
    For Registration
    Temple Beth Am is now CGgts
    horing members and children who
    will lx' atlunslnsj the weekend Re-
    liajious School and the mid weel
    Hebrew School.
    Beligious School classes, which
    are held on Saturday .md Sunday
    mocshagc eossisl ol classes Iron
    Kindergarten through the tOO
    gtade iconfirmetaiai clans).
    Post confirmation classes i l'rth
    ..mi iiti irades) will meet month-
    ly tor a dinner meeting. Hebeew
    classes will iw held on Monda)
    and Wednesday afternoons. Beth
    Am has an enrollment ol 1,000 stu-
    dents, and preference of given to those saudenta reregister
    ing nr^t
    Mrs. Richard Alper, Sisterhood
    president, announces that a full
    schedule has been planned for
    the comma year, which will start
    with a luncheon in September.
    Ben Cloth, Brotherhood presi
    dent, il 0 announces a lull year ot
    activities and a Baood Bank drive.
    Brotherhood will sponsor the year-
    ly father-child dinner on Thanks-
    giving Eve, and participate in Ihe
    Southeastern. Federation ol Temple
    Brothel -hoods Weekend on Nov. 6
    and 7.
    Dr. Morton Notaries, forum
    chairman is now making plans for
    the coming >f^r to present out
    I1MIofftf -peakers as part of a
    m nc.s.
    Joseph Keisman. membership
    chairman, is planning a member-
    ship brunch for pwaascatiwa mem-
    bers to be held in August in the
    Temple Social Hall.
    * hairmna of adult education. Dr.
    Martin Liebling. will shostly an
    nounce a series el clsesse, some of
    which are scheduled to be taught
    by Babbi Dr. Uerbeil M Baum-
    .anl.
    Lenny Zilbert. 7800 Beach
    View Dr.. Noith Bay Island,
    i> having a run of hshinq
    luck he hopes will never end.
    In late April. Zilbert cauqht a
    11-1-lb. Pacific SailJish while
    fishinq off the coast ot the Re-
    public of Panama. He boat-
    ed the sail on 10-lb. test line,
    a leaf that is beinq checked
    as a possible record. The
    fish is now beinq mounted
    by ]. T. Reese in Ft. Laudex-
    dale. A few days aqo. Zil-
    bert landed a 10*lb. bonetish
    in the lalnmorcirin flats while
    aboard Copt. Bill Smith's
    Relax," something he was
    not doing.
    Temple Israel
    To Slate Classes
    At U. of Miami
    University of Miami campus will
    be the sile of mid-week Hebrew
    classes lor BoHftlrHtl School stu-
    dents oi Temple Israel of (beater
    Miami this year, it was announced
    this week
    Arrangements wen- made with
    the University, Cantor Jacob BOTO-
    stem, director of education, said
    to meet the problem of distanei
    and tune for members living in
    Ihe South and Southwest areas of
    Daile County, representing a sub-
    stantial proportion of the Belorin
    synagogue's membership.
    "With many of the junior high
    schools in that area on a split
    schedule," Cantor Bornstein de-
    clared, "it is difficult for a large
    number of the students to get to
    downtown Temple Israel in time
    for their classes. We are grate-
    ful to the university for its co-
    operation."
    Cantor Bornstein emphasised
    that the arrangements "in no waj
    aiiect the operation of the Relig-
    teats School at Temple Israel on
    the weekend, win n some iMKI ehil
    li.en in formal classes
    The University ol Miami pro-
    gram lor special Hebrew training
    i> designed onlj to take care
    unique problem and is not to be
    ennside: ed a -tep toward a South
    .Miami branch school."
    EtegJntTBtiOfl for Temple Israels
    Beligious School, open only to
    members, has be n in psocess R>i
    the past two months.
    JMirrer D*mn Passes Away
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Ra
    Fbe/er Yehuda Pinkel, dean of I
    world-famous Miner Yeahiva, di f
    here suddenly t'n- wee!; at I
    Sge of 87. Rabbi Finkel. who he
    sd the Yeahiva for SO years fat i
    the time he was still in Pola
    managed to bring all in- studei -
    out el Europe during World War
    il a n d settled in Palestine 3
    years ago when he ree.-tabli.s |
    the Yeahiva here
    ----------------------------i
    Food Fair Shows
    New Record High
    Pood Fair Stores. Inc.. in i
    annual report, reveals that cons.
    dated sale- reached a record hi. i
    of Sl. 119.640.332 as compared w l
    $1,105,304,153 the previous > .
    w h i c h contained an add!tit I
    week. ;
    Samuel frriedhuid, rhairm i,
    and Louis stem, president of Ft '
    Fsir, made t-ie report to sh;
    holders
    Also revealed was thai at y< -
    end. the compenj operated
    . -. including -tH i supt rmi rk -
    and 53 l M. Fields Depart m.
    Stores in the Eastern n 8ton a I
    n> food units and five di ng sto -
    on Ihe West Coast.
    For the current ye ir, Fi od f r
    plans to step up its exp msion r
    am, according to Friedaand
    si, ii Some 50 supermarkets a
    three .' M. Fields n- partm<
    Mores are scheduled for const!
    turn this year.
    Forte lowers Hadassah
    First card party of the new Forte
    Towers lladnssa'i Croup was he.o
    last week at a luncheon in the At
    W'utis Hi ;el. Chairman was Mrs
    CUire Cliarap. assisted by a com
    iiuttee including llesdames Kitty
    Barton. I'e.ul Bear, Bebecca Cwc-
    hel. Fannie Pomcranz, Ida Stern,
    Edith stully and Pa rence Webber.
    Mis Siisnn Feller is president.
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    Health Treads on Agenda
    Di Fail Kahn will he featured
    speaker for the Health and Happi-
    ness Club on Friday. S p in at
    Washington Federal Auditorium,
    1L'34 Washington Avo. lie will dis-
    cus* "Current and Popular Hralth
    Trends.'' Qnruflrn and answer per-
    iod follows, with Harry Keishaw
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    THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY
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    Page 10-B
    LEGAL NOTICE
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    Top brass for the Miami Beach UF campaign
    meet on the Mall with representatives from
    some of the agencies whose progress on the
    Beach are made possible by support of the
    United Fund. Shown are (foreground Dennis
    Gum. senior vice president, First National
    Bank of Miami Beach, Special Gifts chair-
    man; and Milton Weiss, president. Miami
    Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association.
    Special Gifts associate chairman. Seated are
    Pamela. Seth and Brian Gadinsky. of 1500
    Bay Rd.. representing the YMHA Day Camp
    programs. Behind them are Brownie Scout
    Michele Erra. of 3720 Chase Ave., Troop 635;
    and Cub Scout Timothy Flaming, 4141 Nauti-
    lus Dr., Pack 61. Third row are G:rl Scout
    Nancy Rubel, of 1555 Daytonia Rd.. Troop 815.
    with Boy Scout Bruce Green, 1375 13th Ter.,
    Troop 65, Temple Emanu-El. Rear are Mrs.
    Helen Rabe, Travelers Aid Society: Mrs. Hen-
    ry Balaban and Maurice "Doc" Klein. Beach
    water safety and disaster director, both horn
    the American Red Cross; Mrs. J. G. Ross, hold-
    ing "Mopsy," otherwise known as Margurite
    Jean Ross, of 1875 Alamande Dr., from the
    Hearing and Speech Center; George Hub-
    bard, of the Salvation Army; Mrs. Carmen
    Bailla, of Catholic Welfare Bureau, holdinq a
    sleeping Anthony Finnery, bom at St. Francis
    Hospital; and Mrs. Betty-Gay Seagren. Visit-
    ing Nurse Association worker assigned to the
    Beach. Campaign goal this year is the big-
    gest ever. S3.350.000, to make possible the
    largest number of community services ever
    42. At least 750 volunteers are needed to do
    the jcb on Miami Beach. Volunteers are urged
    to cell IE 2-5419 or in person at Room 11-L. of
    the Miami Beach Federal Building on the Mall
    at 4C7 Lincoln Rd.
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    * Jen 1st fhrktian
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    TTTTfTcOUNTY JUDGES COURT
    VN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    riORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 67565-C
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 67566-A
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    Ti Ml Credit.. and All Persona ll.iv-
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    years of fruitless, ... er, I mean fruitful
    endeavor in behalf of the Jewish community."
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    the action Df -:ii.l Court In Bdmlttlna
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    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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    No 67408 B
    IN RE: Eat at" of
    I-1III'M \ UAVIS,
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    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    Till* STATK "I I'l.nKll'A:
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    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLOftlOA IN PROBATE
    No. 6746SA
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    NOTICE UNOER
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    IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    OR
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
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    NOTICE UNDER
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    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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