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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 20
Miami. Florida. May 20. 1966
Three Sections Price 20*
Tension Mounts as Two Killed at Syria Border
TEl. AVIV (JTA) Two
ount! Israelis were killed early
Tuesday on the Syrian frontier,
near the Nahal village of Alma-
|0r. when a jeep in which they
mre riding passed over a mine.
The site of the incident is about
325 yards from the Syrian border.
at a spot inside Israel north of
Lake Tiberias.
The men formed the advance
party for a convoy of three trac-
tors manned by other Israelis en-
laced in clearing the fields of
rocks on behalf of a Jewish Na-
tional Fund afforestation project.
They left Almagor at 4:30 a.m., and I
proceeded to a spot in the field
where work on the project bad
been started safely last week. Sud-:
denly, their jeep blew up. The oc-;
cupants of the jeep. Amikam Sha-
mai 27. and Peter Fabian 25. were I
still alive when reached by the
men on the tractors, but died with-
in a few minutes while being taken
to a nearby hospital.
The explosive is believed to
have contained 20 pounds of
TNT. The terrorists are believed
to have forded the Jordan River,
which forms rhe Syrian-Israel'
border in the aree. Tracks lead-
ing back to the rivr shore wen*
traced by Israeli army investi
gators in the presence of mil'
tary observers from the United
Continued on Page 13-A
Conservative
Rabbis Meet
In Toronto
By Special Report
TORONTO Calling the Amer-
ican rabbi "a unique phenomenon
in Jewish history," Rabbi Max J.
Routtenberg. Temple Bnai Sho
lorn. Rockville Center, opened the
66th annual convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly here Sunday.
More than 500 rabbis serv-
ing Conservative congregations
throughout the United States and
Canada heard Rabbi Routtenberg's
presidential address in which he
characterized the American rabbi
n "the teacher par excellence of
his people."
Drawing upon his experience
ti president for the past two
years of the 800-member inter-
national rabbinic body. Rabbi
Routtenberg asserted that "un-
less the rabbi defines the limits
of his responsibilities," the
heavy burden he attempts to
Continued on Page 1S-A
IMPROVING RELATIONS
Eban Off
To Poland
WARSAW (JTA) Israel's
Foreign Minister. Abba Eban, ar-
rived in Warsaw for conferences
with Israeli envoys in East Euro
pean countries on means of im-
proving Israel's relations with that
bloc
ll< was greeted at the airport
by a representative of the Polish
Foreign Ministry and Israeli en-
voys to the Soviet Union, Rumania.
Hungary, Bulgaria. Czechoslovakia
and Yugoslavia.
In the first Israel diplomatic
parley behind the Iron Curtain,
each envoy reported on relations
between Israel and his country
of representation. The Polish
press carried articles welcoming
Israeli diplomats.
l Jerusalem, Israeli officials
disclosed that Israel had reiterated
pport For the present Oder-
Neisse hue which marks Poland's
Continued on Page 3-A
Johnson Accepts AJC
Liberties Medallion
fUll TEXT Of TALK PAGt 3-A
ANTI-JtWISH BIAS PACf 9-A
KABBI MAX 101/rrfNMtG
uniqut phenomenon
VOTE ON TUESDAY
Help democracy work. Be
good American. Go to the
I'olls Vote on Tuesday (See
1 l 4 A
Adenauer
Back From
Israel Trip
bonn (JTA) Former Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer returned
to West Germany this week from
his first visit to Israel to report
that "the ordinary- man in the
street" had been interested in his
visit "in a positive way."
He also said that he had talked
with Premier Levi Eshkol with
whom he had sharply differed at
a formal luncheon at the Prem-
ier's home a second time before
leaving and that "we agreed on
all questions."
He said he had not been insult-
ed by the demonstrations against
Continued on Page S-A
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$40 Million
Credit From
W. Germany
BONN (JTA) The first
agreement between West Germany
and Israel on economic aid. pi"
viding for credits during 19(ib of
DM 160,OOO.ooo (S40.000.000i to Is-
rael, was signed here this week
alter months of arduous bargain
ing.
In signing for Israel, Ambassa-
dor Asher Ben-Natan recalled
that the agreement was being
signed exactly one year from the
day that Chancellor Ludwig
Erhard indicated readiness, in
a letter to Premier Eshkol, to
enter the negotiations which led
to West German recognition of
Israel.
The credits are being provided
for development and const met ion
Continued on Page 11-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
effectiveness of legislation as a
means of ending bias has just
about reached its limit, Morris B.
Abram. president of the American
Jewish Committee, told the Com-
mittee's 60th annual meeting here
this week.
He said the time had come "to
focus on the goals beyond the law.
upon the causes of prejudice and
the means of changing the hearts
and minds of men." The role of
legislation may not be exhausted,
he told the meeting, but it has its
limitations and "we may be ap
proaching them at the national
level" in the United States. He
warned that "neither legislation
nor its strict and effective enforce-
ment will eliminate color or reli-
gious prejudice and discrimination
and fulfil the rights of all Amer-
icans."
One of the highlights of the
first session was a surprise ap-
pearance by President and. Mrs.
Johnson. The President received
the Committee's American Li-
berties Medallion, its highest
mSIDlNl JOHNSON
surprise appearance
award, "for exceptional ad-
vancement of the cause of hum-
an liberty." The President said
that "no people" know better
Continued on Page 2-A
DESPITE B'NAI B'RITH COMPLAINT
U.S. Buys Bonn Guns
WASHINGTON (JTA) United States Secretary of De-
fense Robert McNamara and West German Defense Minister Kai-
I'we von Hassel announced Sunday agreement on a controversial
deal in which the United States will purchase 20mm cannons
from the Rheinmetall Arms Works, despite Bnai B'rith protests
that the German firm refused to compensate Jewish slave laborers
who were concentration camp inmates forced to work for Rhein-
metall.
A number of the present directors ol the firm were directors
during the Hitler era. and members ol the Nazi Party-
Defense Department officials said the U.S. Army will spend
S74.200.0OO for the guns, spare parts, technical data, and royalties
The gun is the IlispanoSuiza 820. and will be mounted on armored
command and reconnaisance vehicles The agreement emerged
from a lengthy discussion of a wide range ol NATO and American
Wist German defense cooperation questions.
'COLLISION COURSE'
Social Work
Confab Eyes
Great Society
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
question whether President Joru>
son's "Great Society" program*
are on a "collision course" witn
non-government welfare agencies
Jewish and non-Jewish was
raised here at the opening session
of the 68th annual meeting ot th-*
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service. The five-day
parley, which is attended by more
than 1.000 Jewish communal work
ers. is devoted to the subject of
how the Jewish community is tj
face the Great Society.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
executive director of the Combined
Jewish Philanthropies of Boston,
who delivered the keynote address,
told the Jewish professional work
ers in the fields of Jewish welfare,
health and communal services
gathered from all parts of the
country that, "in ever-increasing
measure, Jewish communal serv
ices may need to focus on quality
and intensity rather than on
quantitative coverage of all Kg
ments of the Jewish community
and all areas of need."
Pointing out that, while the
Great Society has been described
as "an unprecedented series of
legislative triumphs in all areas
of social and economic welfare,"
and "a massive attack on
poverty and other forms of de-
privation supported by massive
funds," Dr. Rosenberg stated
that it has also been labeled as
"a maze of national, regional
and local conflicts and irrita-
tions with the inevitable politi-
cal road blocks, putting more
emphasis on quantity rather
Continued on Paqe 8-A
kosygin Queried on Israel Tie
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli. Russia dealt with that issue prior
to Premier Kosygin's arrival in
newspapers reported here that
Egyptian President Nasser has Kairo.
asked visiting Soviet Premier Alek-
sei Kosygin for information about
the "improvement in Soviet-Israeli '
relations."
The newspapers quoted well-in
formed sources that secret diplo-
matic contacts between Egypt and
Israeli sources indicated con-
cern that Egyptian pressures,
combined with the Soviet desire
to increase its influence in Syria,
might still further retard the re-
cent slight improvement in Is-
raeli-Russian relations.
In welcoming the Soviet leader.
President Nasser lashed out at
Israel and pro Western forces i i
the Middle East
The Soviet Premier, in his re-
sponse, made almost no comments
on the Middle Bast situation e
ccpl to emphasize Soviet-Egypt i
solidarity.


Paqe 2-A
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Friday, May 20, lg^1
Johnson Accepts AJCAward
Continued from Page 1-A
than the Jews "the true mean-
ing of freedom," because "from
the experience of more than 5,-
000 years, you know that the
threat to your neighbor's free-
dom is only to prorogue to the
attack on your own freedom."
An expert on Jewish communal
in the United State< prop
to the meeting th< creation of a
special task force to evaluate
means of making Judaism reJ
to the Issues : I and
alh meaningful our
chnti ;. society The pro-
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life in this rapidly developing
tochnotosxal society "
He contended that there was
ot adequate understanding of
the "spiritually enriching qual-
ity" of Judaism, of "its true
meaning as a universal force in
contrast to the stereotype of its
being confined to a parochial
role," its "true commitment to
an attitude of love and human
compassion," its "anti-idolatry
attribute and its commitment to
spiritua* values." In sum, he de-
clared, "there must also be a
o'ional end intellectual compre-
hension of the significance of Ju-
rtci*m."
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undertake to provide information
lor such objectives and warned
that if p-<*sent t.nds continue.
Jews will continue to decline in
< isibihty ;n the I'nited States' and
'.::: rest of the world.
Ambassador Arthur J. Gold-
berg. American delegates to the
I rited Nations, called for ratifies-
lion of all human rights treaties
now before the U.S. Senate, parti-
cularly th< I'N p mention on
genocide, first -I'bmitted to the
Senate b> President Truman in
049 and still awaiting Senate ac-
tion
A report on payments by West
Germany to victims of the Naii
era was made by Jacob Blau-
stein, Committee honorary pros-
dent and vice president of the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany. He
said that by the time all of the
provisions of West German com-
mitments are completed, West
Germany will have paid about
$10,000,000,000 to Israel to reim-
burse it for settlement of sur-
viving victims of the Naii holo-
caust who settled in Israel, and
to the Claims Conference for the
rehabilitation of victims resid-
ing elsewhere and to the individ-
ual claimants.
At its fin session here. Morris
am. who serves as U.S. re-
tal ve tn the I'nited V
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t'JeHisti noridfiain
Page 3-A
VICTIMS OF THE ENEMIES OF FREEDOM'
as long as I live and will pass it dom easier to travel for all their
full Text of LBJ Acceptance
on to those who come after me.
Coming from a group such as yours
who have made the path of free-
fellow citizens, this award means
just a little more for this kind o(
man."
WASHINGTON A
hrief but stirring address was de-
hered here by President Johnson
,1 the convention of the American
J(,H.jj, Committee where he made
in unexpected appearance on
rhursda) and was presented with
.|H. organization's American Li-
^es Medallion, its highest
iward "llir exceptional advance-
w'nt of the cause of human lib-
erty"
The President said:
I am deeply appreciative of
hi, aw; rd for a contribution to
I,,. causc of freedom. But to re-
,ejV( mii ii an award from an or-
anization Mich as yours is a tri-
miic bi'vond anything I have a
right to expect. No people know
more profoundly than your people
what is really the true meaning of
freedom, Because from the experi-
ence of more than 5.000 years you
know that the threat to your neigh-
bors' freedom is only a prologue
to the attack on your own free-
doms.
"Throughout history, your
people have been among the vic-
tims of the enemies of freedom.
Those who thought they could
sit idly by and" enjoy their own
liberty while that of their fellow
Jews was taken away have al-
ways had a rude awakening.
FOR LOCAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Miami Leaders Cited
Members <>f the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish
, received special citations during the 60th annual meeting
ational organization in Washington, D.C., last weekend.
Merman. honorarj president of the chapter, and Mrs Charles
, m, president, were reelected to the national executive board
n i assel, vice president, was elected to the national executive
Melvyn Frumkes received a citation for his work toward doubling
eater Miami Chapter's membership.
Ebon in Warsaw for Diplomatic Talks
"Your organization, through its
programs to encourage the growth
of free institutions everywhere,
has demonstrated the principle of
that historic lesson. For you have
fought not merely for the rights
of .lews but you have fought with
equal strength for the rights of
every suppressed minority.
"You have defended the Catholic
and Protestant and the victims of
racial discrimination no less than
you have always fought for the
rl Ii'- of your fellow Jews. And
this in mj judgment is the finest
example of what we really mean
by this word Americanism.
I am proud and privileged that
you have chosen me for this award
on this occasion, l will treasure it
'
Continued from Page 1-A
.M'h Germany. The re-
affirmation was contained in a
note transmitted to Polish Ambas-
sador Joseph Puta In Tel Aviv.
It was reported that Israel re-
ceived a note last month on the
subject from West Germany which
illowed a few days later by
l< from the Polish Government
ining its position. The final
reply lo Poland was transmitted a
few days before Mr Khan left for
his Polish trip.
It expressed Israel's "energetic
support for the present border"'
and its opposition to any change
in the border which might cause
serious security and political ten-
sions. The note was reportedly
very well received in Polish G eminent circles.
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everyone else." Somehow the hill would he paid. Perhaps she could still work or
there might be some pension money though this was doubtful. Hut "won't someone
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In the three generations of our existence, we have never turned anyone away. I he
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Volume 39
Number 20
Moscow Shoe Fits
Its Own Foot Best
Aleksei Kosygin's 11-day visit as
c guest cf Egyptian President Nasser
speaks for itself. The difficulties it
will create toward the achievement
cf peace in the area can not be
measured at this time.
Suffice it to say that Soviet
charges against any other nation,
rcrticularly our own, of meddling in
the affairs of "emerging peoples"
ere patently as spurious as Mos-
cow's view of its political purity.
If the U.S., as th Communists
bee it. are "interfering" in Viet Nam.
-.he painful truth is that the Com-
munists in turn have intruded them-
selves on the Middle East scene in
en invisible campaign dedicated to
unreel for the entire area.
How can Moscow expkrn the
Xosygin trip? Na=ser. for example.
ha* been at war over the past three
vears in Yemen, where the native
copulation is fiercely determined to
oar his intervention. Apart from this.
he has made repeatedly threatening
moves toward Syria, once a part of
he fictional United Arab Republic, an
r.ot to mention his ether subverting activity in
die Middle East.
The cause of Israel apart, Gamcl Abdel
Nasser represents cne of the most disquieting
influences in this part of the world. Indeed, cur
own government, one of Nasser's major sup-
porters and apologists for his internet.onal be-
havior, is for the first time seriously considering
eliminating food credit programs for Egypt next
.-ear based on the unrelenting Nasser war-
scare mentality.
The Kosygin trip to Egypt merely serves to
raise Nasser higher in his own regard, and to
make his disrupting and subverting efforts
ihat much more dedicated and acceptable in
the eyes of the Arab masses. Like former
Premier Khrushchev's visit in 1964. it shows
Moscow to be precisely the kind o' political
opportunist it charges everyone else to be.
Jordan.
Shavuoth and the Word
Shavuoth is also known as the Feast of the
Weeks, for it occurs exectly seven weeks after
the celebrction of Passover
V/hen Jews in Greater Miami Join Other com-
munities throughout the world in marking the
Shavuc -''. starting nexl Tuesday even-
ing May 24 they .'.'. be observing one cf ;he
most important c::.
endar the a Ten
Zoa : ia idmenti frcm the H<

In -:
life from time immemorial.
Out of sprun icom-
passing aspects of the Torah cr well
as the philosophic :.....-3 of all our .-ei.gious
literature.
So broad is the influence of the _e-. Com-
mandments, that they have served as the
inspiration cf other religious faiths, as well.
Shavuoth, also a symbol of the spring sea-
son and fertility, thus establishes c framework
for one of the truly hepoy and meaningful
celebrations in Jewish history.
The Jews, wandering in the desert after the
exc m Egypt there became chosen"
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A Total Communal View
The Tc-mple Israel of Greater Miami adult
education seres scheduled to begin in the fall
would be exciting under any circumstances,
particularly since it promises the appearance
here cf such renowned contemporary thinkers
as Leslie Fiedler and Max Dimont.
But synagogues throughout our area have,
for a long time now, both in their adult and
forum series, vied in the personalities they
could gather as attractions featuring the glitter
of nationally-known columnists, economists,
spiritual leaders, and even historic military
strategists.
What makes the Temple Israel series so
full of promise is less the constellation of top
American rabbis and educators it has sched-
uled than that, for the first time, a series here
will be offerina a wide array of personalities
representing all three branches of the nation's
Judaism: Orthodox, Conservative and Reform.
Temple Israel, a Reform congregation, is
to be congratulated for its eclectic reiprjnsibil-
ity, for its striving toward the presentation of a
total view of the American Jewish community
without regard to narrower sectarian affiliation.
Those who attend the series will be the ben-
eficicries of such a progressive educational
design.
Cornerstone of Democracy
end
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Nevei are
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vemo: to con table.
we have c
of homework to do.
Voting is a ri iht we enioy as American
-.s. There are communities, nations and
peoples across the world still denied it. Long
accustomed to ibis riaht, sometimes we heve
come to record it as en onerous dutv or
responsihiltiy.
But voting is the cornerstone of American
racy. Shun it. and both our freedom and
the : : guarantees us
become increasingly elusi
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THE STORY
been painful
and in a km
thing unkind ir tell ,.
once again But
more point than
course, referring I -.
Guild dec'sion no
hold functions of anj k'r.d ^
a discriminator] ? 'r'itl
1 had been trying to
here, among other tl
that too many Jews have themselves been responsibh :<
hot summer of Guild recalcitrance. The obsequious, would-r ,(,
socialites." those who repeatedly sell their souls for an occasional
dinner at such a facility as the guest of a Gentile communit]
minded white-hat. were more often than not the detractor- in tl
They diluted and diminished our earliest effort -
of a profound Jewish fear to offend his Christian neifhb r And
what, presumably, was the potential offense? It was the! .;,... ,. ,
group might seem too "pushy." After all. they did not kill ,.- ;-. .. |n
pogroms. It was* simply that they wanted nothing to do with us
socially. Didn't they have the right to choose their pn\a'<
But once, they put Chinese boot restrictions on our chil
ambitions for a seat in a medical school Once, they denied ,nd
still deny us. rooms in hotels supposedly open to the p\ I
they wrote, and still write, restrictive covenants Into deeds
possible purchase by Jews of choice homes and land
The degree of exercise m these practices has be i
lower as a consequence of what the would-be Jewish socii
is "pushiness." (Only where it is tasteful to them do tht> acci
"community relations"! In these and other campaigns the> ...
fearful. Neither was it always the conditioning of the _
Just as often, it was concern for economic retribution.
a
PMDlltCTION BfCOMfS ECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE
THERE WAS LITTLE if an> change in them in the bat!
the Opera Guild It will be interesting to see when tl
in the emerging effort to stamp out what the America)
mittee today calls "executive suite discrimination For hi
most economically potent kind of anti-Semitic prejudice A f inner
chairman of the board of one of America's largest and most
corporations sometime ago confessed to me that he fina";. n signed
because he had gone as far as he could in his post. Nol onlv mid
he no longer be able to advance himself, but he could
lire the amount of disservice he was performing to his cor]
by staying on.
The fact is. he confessed, that the really big dea!~ an
in board rooms or as a consequence of flying one's privat
or Beechcraft in the morning to a meeting a thou^ann
scheduled that afternoon, despite the aircraft advertise: slick
business magazines. He could then, and still can. buy and fleet
of these machines if this were hi* fancy The big one- I
made in the private club, on the golf course, at dinner.
Hence, it becomes clear, the argument that "the> ei
have the ri^.ht to choose their company constitutes mon '
predilection: it suggests significant economic dissdvi
indeed, is what "executive suite" discrimination is all about
fact that potential young lewish executives are barred
pi tioi in banking, insura thei such can i.ui also drink dine or pla> goli wb i
I do not here argu< in behalf of thi il
counts Personally, I cou about "in" gi II
,-e This, howevi
to detract from I of "ex suit
i evil on its
and beyond tb.es* il has particular value for e
Jew l-h socialite
this
JHi WORDfOB-WOflD CAPITULATION
1UST AS HIS fear- to offi stem from the concern
** retribution, so may his support in the campai.
live suite" discrimination be counted upon now.
case, social snobbism and bigotry equal another forrr
disadvantage Here, his fears somehow are at an end.
All of which is by way of saving that the Anti-Defama!
of B'nai B'rith. so centrally involved in obtaining the a<
Opera Guild, in the end muffed the achievement in '
mannered recognition of the Guild's decision If the AD1
fearful during the fray, why did it suddenly become kittenish iien
the fray was ended and won" The issue is not an abstract >-i It
lessens, in significant measure, the total achievement: in
the effectiveness of the achievement open to question.
Alter more than a decade of intermittent but an.-r-
the Opera Guild's policy, here is the Guild's capitulation -
for word: "At the Executive Board meeting of May S.
n.-tructed to inform you that henceforth the opera Gu :.
Miami will not hold any meetings, including committee -"
and functions, at any private club that discriminsti -
pie." The letter is not signed bj the president of "
- artistic director It is signed by the secretary, i
. ance.
' argesse. I
- .
- t< ral
- r.r; nth th co? Ana thi up
yu AT t DC
in what one i .. -a?
ih s is a it should
t hanges have really
ge one for which the -
has had to straggle it; years and mine [I
thai the Guild polk) is one of flitj
::!iaos a thousand >uch offenses to us in fifty or .
ibly a thousand other places in Miami. A -
won. but the war rages on.
Contrarily, what of the ADL letter in response n lk
sentei a capitulation? This is a florid thing that talks
"educational experience for all concerned. It declare
tie as you have you have n eti
distasti tul to the total con
ihi- serves

Continued on Page 6-A


May 20,1966
* Jkni-sf fhridMan
Paqe 5-A
i
Confirmation class of Temple B'nai Sholom includes (left to
rici-.t) Rabbi S. Max Machtei, spiritual leader. Steven Adler.
Arthur Petinsky. Ricky Merl. and Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
B'nai Sholom
Set Confirmation
sholoi
at 8 p in
oli r white
will dominate in dress and
Special music portions of the
service will be presented by Can-
tor Abraham Reiseman anil Stan
Garlitz. Confirmation sermonettes
will revolve around the practical
application oi the "Ten Command-
ments."
Rabbi S. II. Machtei will bestow
special personal blessings upon
the confirmands and their fam-
dies
Confirmation Class of 5726 con-
sists of Eric Merl, Ira Goldstein,
Steve Adler and Arthur Petinsky.
A reception tendered by their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Merl,
Stanley Goldstein. Jerome Adler
and Phil Petinsky. will follow the
service.
OR] fc Announce Slcfs
Trainin \ will i no -
monl
he event
if the-
irs. Ruth
h si a
idenauer Back from Israel
Continued from Pa^e 1-A
t. the mOSi violent of which
- protest by 1.000 stu-
ai Hebrew University, when
i the school. He praised
5) and added that Is-
i~ "searching for peace"
i- West Germany.
hi>
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Dr. Adenauer's departure was
id after police received an
ansr/mjus warning that there
was a bomb on his plane. A
Lance to the Nazi regime
I his role in the West Ger-
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fore departing, he told the Jew-
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wculd continue to work actively
for Israel's welfare. He also told
the JTA that he believed Ger-
many had a moral responsibility
for Israel's existence. He ex-
presred the hope that his visit
would contribute to further rap-
prochment between Israel and
West Germany.
The dilfeience between him and
the Premier stemmed from a
statement by Eshkol that West
German reparation and indemni-
fication payments could not atone
[or thi Nazi slaughter of European
Jewry. The 90-year-old statesman
r'ted tii.v "nothing good" could
come from a rejection by the Jew-
ish people of German expressions
> xl-will.
A highlight of the visit u.i- i
trip by Dr Adenauer to former
Premier I> a v i d Ben-Gurion's
Negev retreat at Sde Boker. The
two elderly statesmen sat side by
side in the modest dining hall of
the Sde Boker kibbutz Ben-
Gurion lauded Dr. Adenauer for
man paynvents to Israel and
tims of Nazism.
In response, Dr. Aden
wished Israel more leaders
Ben-Gurion. who are admired
honored bv the whole world."
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* Jen iit Fkri Friday. May 20
1966
Em an u El Dedicates Half-Mi I lion Site
and School Buiirlir..
families which
S10.000 or n
than 1.3 piped
nu-El ded
Social Hall and School Build-
Sunday, wild festivities
^ underway at 11 a.m.. and
I :hjn 12 bo i
ir it plomat Hotel in 11
Metro M..>,.: Cta and
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roo-
sevelt joined in ground bnak:-. _
donited the $100,000 property to
Temple Emanu-EI and added
another $25,000 gift to start the
synagogue toward a goal of
$500,000 for the structure de-
signed by temple rrimber and
noted architect, Morris Lapidus.
At the Dedication Ball Sunday
Emanu-EI president Max
nan. announced that the
headed by vice president.
the i brated at a Mr
ion and dinner confirmation class, gave a prayer
Dr Irvinj Lehrman. rabbi of in behalf of all of the students of
Temple Emanu-EI for 23 of its 26 the religious school,
years spoke at both" the ground- Followin

and >;,,,
more, respectively, to tl
Aba .'ay. and president of the g^,^ l
a short meeting pre-
sided over bv Boderman and a
prayer service conducted bv Dr.
ceremonies n the Temple parkin- "V'T7i u i 2 KV^TS
, ,____, ,.____, .,jj Namuel J. Halpenn has reached
I it Sanaa) nv>rnin_'. attended bv .,. ... *~ ,,-,
... .. .u..,-,. _j..u". ._j -..j__. !e ?300.000 mark, in addition to
than Tixi adults and student
Samuel N. Friedland, chair-
man of the board of the Beach
congregation of 1.200 families,
F:-. Alexander Muss served as gen-
eral chairman of the ball, where
some 600 formal-clad members of
breaking ceremonies and at the
hall of I he value of the new Social
Hall and School Building, "not onlv {"?"'*.'. "*'*" ..y^"" **
r Lehrman. leaders of the congrega-
te ft'ir PAnamo^tmn Kill uiin trt ... *-*"
tion took up gold-plated shovels
and turned symbolic spadesful of
dirt. A bulldozer on the lot was on
hand, with Mayors Hall and Roo-
sevelt heading a platform-full of
dignitaries.
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
o our congregation, but also to
the Jewish and general com-
munities of Greater Miami "
A grand ball room which will
seat 600 persons, 11 classrooms,
an art gallery, youth lounge,
meeting rooms and offices will
be provided by the two-story
structure which is scheduled for
completion in the spring of 1967,
according to building committee
chairman, Emil Morton.
One of the highlights of the
groundbreaking ceremony> mi a
procession onto the parkins lot
At the ball, Mrs Alexander
Kogan served as chairman of
hostesses, with Mrs. George
Goldberg and Mrs. Harry A.
Levy, co-chairmen. The more
than 50 hostesses present served
on a receiving line and later as
a setting for a Grand March.
Founder patron and
where I florid or not. the Anti-Defamation League's of hundreds of Temple Emanu-E
spans* is aj should ha\e been. One could hardly reply. Yours of students, wearing white shin.- and sponsors of the new Social
i and duly noted." although the Opera Guild statement blouses and dark skirts and trou-
' deserved little more -ers -
But what happened -he time of the dissemination of Little Robin Kopen. daughter of
Al its publu the daily press'' There, the *!r and ^Irs AJ Kopen. and a
ay of good American and student in the Solomon Schechter
-uddenly turned coy about Day School of Temple Emaiui-El's
I the S which became North Shore branch, offered the
n are a number of them in town, but it wouldn't be in Per '
are and most everyon Vicki Ja> daughter of Mr and
k' ws who they ..
ther American or Christian in
' Ws statemi m and Christianity are con
'--' ; bj the statement's cold reserve and brutal imp*
The Anti-Defamatii which was for so Ion.: hampered
t* ' :n !no vnd apology for its achievement guised plans for a Memorial Day service
the clothes oi human relations pushed to the point of nausea to be held in front of the Wesl
lf ,m" ,he someone must explain the unhappy dis- Miami Town Hall on Sundav. Ma\
between the League's statement in the daily press and the 29. at 9 30 a in City Council of
MM | originall) di-sennr.ated in response *o the Opera Guilds West Miami and Cub Scout Pack
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Friday. May 20, 1966
v-Jenist fkr/fd/trir/
Page 7-A
$70,000 Will Take CJA Over the Top
Continuing its whirlwind finish,
the Greater Miami Combined Jew-
ish Appeal passed the SI.496.000
mark Wednesday only $70,000
(l|. legs than five percent short of
the 1988 80*' of SI.566.666. The
impressive figure* were announced
bj Jay 1. Kislak. CJA general
chairman. I
Joseph M- I-ipton, president of
the Greater .Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, concurrently announced that
the Federation budget committee
has been authorized tentatively to
allocate some SI.900.000 to the'
local, national and overseas agen-
cies supported through Federation.
Lipton noted that this figure re-
presents the highest amount avail-
able for allocation since 1959. "an-
other indication of the continuing
acceptance of increasing respon
sibility by our community."
The amount, Lipton pointed
out, includes monies received
through the United Fund of
Dade County and is based on
CJA achieving its 1966 goal. Kis-
lak said the campaign will con-
tinue until the annual meeting
of Federation, scheduled for
June 11 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Alex Gordon Outlines His Program
Alex Cordon, candidate for
State Senator in District 46. is
committed to a program directed
toward senior and retired citizens.
The Miami Beach attorney, who
of Temple Emanu-Kl. "is aware of
the vast reservoir of experience,
talent and desire in our ever in-
creasing population of senior citi-
zens," according to his supporters.
Alex Cordon believes that "tal-
ent registries" should be establish-
ed to bring these people together
with those who need their services.
He .il-o feels this program "can be
coordinated through state and fed-
eral agencies."
"He also is vitally concerned
.viih education." and |H>ints out
that "Florida's future depends on
tCreatl) accelerated scholastic pro-
grams at all levels." Alex Cordon
is convinced "emphasis must be on
quality of education, with upgrad-
ing of teaching personnel and bet-
ter pay "
Honored with a life membership
in the I'TA "lor his continuing in-
terest and aid to education," Alex
Sordon has received the endorse-
muit of the Political Action Com-
: 'lee for Education. His wife.
Sail}*, has shared his concern with
'in- school system.
Social Singles Club
m it tee on cultural and educational
agencies.
Members
committees
of the four study
are analyzing the
Alex Gordon's efforts in behalf
of health and welfare are docu-
mented by his eight years as a
county commissioner. He has co-
sponsored expanded public hospi-
tal and clinic facilities, sought the
extension and expansion of de-
pendent children and ni'.iital
health facilities in city government
and backed an adequate living
wage for public employees tied to
cost-cf-living indices.
"Alex Gordon supported the es-
tablishment of Suniland Training
Center in Dade County and co-
sponsored a program to develop
27 neighborhood and seven re-
gional parks in unincorporated
areas through the use of power
company franchise money." the
candidate'.- supporters point out.
The former special agent for the
FBI is proud of "my record as a
county commissioner, where I was
twice elected chairman by my col
Ieague8 and currently serve as
vice mayor."
"We are calling this a Victory mittee on community relations
Supper/Dance, and I have every agencies; and Marshall S. Han is.
Confidence that it will be a total chairman of the budget study coin-
victory." Kislak asserted.
Harry ]{. Smith, chairman of the
committee lor the June 11 "Fun
with Federation" affair said. "We
have received extremely favorable
reaction to the emphasis on danc-
ing and entertainment this year.
Of course we will allow enough
time for the election of office!s
and other necessary annual meet
ing business, but the entire evening
will accentuate the fun theme."
Budget committee members,
meanwhile, headed by chairman
Norton Pallot and vice chairman
Smith, readied their final recom-
mendations.
Four other community leaders
are serving as chairman of key-
study committees under the lead-
ership of Pallot and Smith. Thry
are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman
of the budget study committee on
family and individual services: L.
Jules Arkin, chairman of the budg-
et study committee on leisure time
and health services: Walter Fa!k.
chairman of the budget study com
requirements of some 43 present
beneficiaries and are studying
applications from 10 additional
agencies for inclusion in the
Combined Jewish Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Pallot said. "Our role Is to
weigh the comparative needs ol
all agencies, takinu into account
the desires of our donors."
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Wr.l* lo' 8-0 The Jewish War Veterans
Of South Florida
ANNOUNCE
THE MAIN MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Jo or
to all those who have defended our beloved America,
and in humble gratitude to commemorate the patriotism.
valor and sacrifice of our heroic dead
WILL BE HELD
SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 1966
at 11:00 A.M.
AT
JHi
rv
;v
5505 N.W. 3rd STREET
The graves of those known to us to be War Veterans
will be decorated for the services
You and members of your family are invited to attend
Please be on hand not later than 10:45 am
Those desiring to have flags placed on graves
should contact Mt. Nebo at MO 1-7693 no* later
than May 26th
MARSHALL S.
gets things done.
He has served six years as vice president of Jewish
Vocational Service, offering job training and counseling
to over 2,000 persons annually. National vice president
of the Jewish Occupational Council. He is an annual
member of the United Fund, vice chairman of its child
care panel and two-time recipient of its Good Guy
Award. He is a member of the Florida Bar Assn.'s
Committee on Continuing Legal Education and in 1965
received the Supreme Court Award for service to the
Bar. He is also active as a vice president and member
of the board of Greater Miami YM-YWHA, the executive
committee of the American Jewish Congress and a
member of the American Distribution Committee and
Young Leadership Council of United Jewish Apoeal.
He is a recipient of the President's Leadership Award
from the Miami Jewish Federation which he serves
as treasurer and a member of the board.
This outstanding public service to his fellow citizens
and for the welfare of Dade County has earned
Marshall Harris the endorsement and support of the
following and many other groups and organizations:
DADE FEDERATION OF LABOR AFL-CIO
THE MIAMI NEWS
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN.
DADE COUNTY POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSN.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH
THE INDEPENDENT
THE REPORTER
NORTH DADE JOURNAL
YOUTH FOR EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT
VOTERS & TAXPAYERS POLITICAL LEAGUE
DADE COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE
MOBILE HOME OWNERS ASSN.
EXECUTIVE NEWS
HAND, HEAD & HEART
FOR DADE
FIRST AGAINST 9 OPPONENTS
IN THE PRIMARY LETS
FINISH THE JOB ON MAY 24
Elect MARSHALL S. H A R RIS
STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 19 COUNTY-WIDE
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T=ce 8-A
*Jmt$& Flcridfiair
Friday. May 20, 1966
Social Workers Study 'Great Society
Continued from Page 1-A
--*n quality of services." He out-
I rvc-d a number of issues "which
re already keenly felt or which
rill inevitably and profoundly af-
fect Jewish communal serv-
ces." These include:
The bandwagon psychology
with a tendency for institutions
Bid practitioners to rush to find
.-, niche for themselves in the pro-
. of the Great Society -to the
possible detriment of ongoing pro-
. uns.
The extent of planning which
realistically be achieved in the
face of the increasing flow of -
. mment funds.
The increasing acutenesi i
ms with the
tciting and chal \ istas of
. g .... ....
lus of i personnel 1
i -
Tl reat Soc
- tun
been i

-
-
-
igh in Drive
For Runoff Here
Ji IN. human rights treaties.
Bfforta to relieve discrimination
against Soviet Jewry were en
dorsed. Concern was voiced about
world order, since these are basic resolutions urged American rat.- the security of Israel and
conditions for the well-being of fication of the United Nations con- were asked for new American
Jews and of alj humanity" Other vention on genocide, and other steps to promote regional ;.-


Tampa
pa| -
K
<' '
ati -
daii
.
( -
tor's
24 run-
:._:- als gained I
i mer Sen. Fred B Karl.
ted to "High*s
rwhelming vote in Dade and
rard ( lunties as proof of his
U. lership qualities."
'The only other candidate to
I : a majority in his home coun
i.. a- Kelly, and now he's joined
High side," the Miami Mayor's
pporters pointed out
High renewed his pledge "to
'-..prove the state's central pur-
t tasing system, to expand facil-
ities and opportunities in educa-
::. and to seek new industry for
orida while at the same time en-
gaging already existing indus-
try here."
He also expressed support for
lie state's vital tourist and agri-
cultural industries.
Again and again. High stressed.
the issue is integrity."
DR.. BIHJAMIN ROStSSlRG
C ailing mpn
- key
.
, ts of v
. '
:
-
-
Gurii c-' Brandeis University
. v ariou. app- saches to
defining a rationale for Jewi?->
1 sctv.re; in 'he nev.
- Greal Society. H s
inism A
A laije nuffl-
of-
fer^:' by l?.idir.g practitioners in
icus is i 0; Jew ih ccm-
. cc on the current
stal .- j- eir particular areas of
practice. These capers described
hew Jewish communal services
have or-,anized to meet the de-
of ?!e American
Jew.sh communi-iy as it exit's
today, against tie background of
'he Great Society era.
al --> pri
I the ish '. .
nity, including questions of
Jewish identification, continuity,
and issues like anti-Semitism and
Jewish education. A main question
asked was whether access to jobs.
affluence and status, with accom-
panying freer social associations,
will undermine the sense of be-
longing to a distinct and unique
Jewish community.
Res-Unions adopted today
emphasized the need for peaceful
settlement of w\rld disputes. One
measure stated: "We favor policies
(if the US. Government which are
rooted in the goals of peace an ;
it
I've heard enough
about Integrity
to last a lifetime."
Haydon Burns
'.' ari HeraldMay 7,1966
". d r; I :.'. ftdvert'sem
Ccmmittee to Elect Robert King High Governor

- VOTE -
DEC K Y
STATEWIDE
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Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
and Post 330 are sponsoring a card
and games party at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. on
Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Funds raised will go toward
furnishing a waiting room at the
Veterans Hospital.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs
Benjamin Rochwarg and Mrs.
Maurice Weinman.
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Friday. May 20. 1966
' Atvisti fhrfcflar)
Page 9-A
I Report Anti Jewish Bias
In Choosing Univ. Prexies
)
WASHINGTON (JTA) The]
can Jewish Committee re|
ported here the results of a study
showing that fewer than one per-
ent of the presidents of Amor-
775 non-sectarian senior;
.-oilegea and universities, public
jnrl private, were Jewish even:
-.hough Jews make up between 10
and 12 percent of the student
lies and faculties of those In-1
siitutions.
The findings were made public
at the annual meeting of the
\.i ommittee b> its president.
Moiris B. Abeam, based on a six-
i, mth study which concluded that
'there does not seem to be any*
Alternative to the conclusion that
ias is id work."
The study found that since
1949, there has been an esti-
mated 1,000 vacancies in the
l- esidencies nf publicly-support-
ed universities and senior col-
;ges. But, ud to a monih ago,
ct one appoi ltment had been
. iven *o a Jewish educator. The
exception is Dr, Martin
0 i, who will take office as
. i Jent of the Buffalo Campus
Sf.ite University of New
j later this year.
vis Adds
io Endorsements
h man in the
tati ...Hire.
_.i ph. .1 end<
Miami H i aid an I Miami
i .i his runoff n foi
iich atic nomii ation
i mb r i i remple
rt ol i nai B rith, also
. endoi nents b> i he
ount> Federation of I
Action Committee on
.i d tin Dad' Count>
- s. nic- i 'itizens
\n officer in the i S Armj s
i ..i : orccs i!' s rve, Lewis re
,i runoff ( ndorsemenl from
. Surf id)' Mayor Lee Ho-
,i(i, third-place finisher in the
mp campaign
Other endorsements announced
hy Lewis' supporters "include
>se (H the Miami Beach Times.
Miami Beach Reporter, Congress
: Senior Citizens and the Coral
tables 'limes and Guide."
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and
Miami Beach Councilman Paul
Sciderman also announced their
support for Lewis, long a leader
Young Democratic dubs and
Democratic Tarty activities.
The study found that of 1,720
deans m the 775 colleges and uni-
versities, 45 or 2.6 percent, are
Jews and 29 ol these are in six in-
stitutions In the other 769 insti-
tutions, there are only 16 Jewish
deans, fewer than one percent. The
purported bias was explained on
ihe premise tliat the presidency in-
volves positions where the public
"lace" ot the institution was con-
cerned and that if Jews were
chosen presidents, they might be
handicapped by prejudice on the
part ol those with whom thev must
deal.
The study covered 397 private
institutions Five ol these were
found to have Jewish presidents:
Binnington College. Brandeis Uni-
versity, which is Jewish-spon-
SOred; Chicago Medical School.
Lincoln University and Sarah Law-
rence College. The report tound
tril ution of the Jewish
deanships v.,i- "quite uneven." Al-
mosl two-thirds of the 45 Jewish
dean.' ips e concentrated in a
lew i i icre are 11 Jews
thi 2G deans in tie City
. v Yi k, Thi re ai
in in In e in-
ins In the
i wii i 62"i
, i nij 16 I'"
There >rc 731 deans in the pri-
vatciy controlled institutions
with 14 Jewish deans. In p'-b-
lirly controlled institutions,
... .i e are 31 Jew-
ish rVhan the City Univer-
sity -' N York i> discounted,
the ratifl in public institutions is
not much higher than in piivate
ones: ?( Jews among 963 deans
or 2.1 percent.
.1, v .-ii deans are
. .. lound in certain lypi
.. luati schools Six are at
il work
iols _d\ ci nmenl ai
lirs. The rep irt I
I..,! two in.i jor univi i sitii s
Jewish provosts, one has a Jewish
vici provost, and two have Jewish
vice-chancellors. The 15,000-stu-
dent Pittsburgh University ap-
pointed a Jewish acting chance
i lor
Mr Abram said the report would
be sent to all groups in the com-
i munity concerned with selection of
college and university adminis
! trators. appropriate legislative
committees and officials of the
is Office of Education.
TO MY FRIENDS
IN DADE COUNTY:
FROM:
SAM SPECTOR
We need men in the
state legislature who
have a record of
achievement in the
community men
who judge others with
fairness and good fellowship. That's why
I shall vote for my friend .
VERN0N
H0LL0WAY
State Legislative Candidate
Group 13 Lever !2 A
POP" SPECTOR
YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
THE FOLLOWING SESSIONS OF THE
28th Annual Conference
SOUTHEAST REGION
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
DECORATION DAY WEEK-END, MAY 27th 30th
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH
rh< Man. SHIMON > DR. MAX HUSS '"'C UHRMf.fi
hridau. .>#?*?/ 27tit:

P. M
and
Li
Saturday. May tilth:
NEG SHABPAT 2 to 5 P.M. Art and Louis Schwartzn
Chairman
Bridge between Israel and the United States (An Aliya Forum)
Guest Speaker: ABRAHAM SriARIR, noted Israeli attorney and youth leader;
chairman, Edythe Geiger
g Sess(on 8 P.M. Guest Speakers: THE HON. SHIMON YALLON, Israel
Consul General for the Southeast U.S. Karewell Message
ABDUL SALAM Y. MASSARUEH. Israeli Arab student and writer Peace
in the Middle East"; chairman Dr. Zev Kogan.
T
Sunday. May 29th:
BREAKFAST 9:00 AM. "The ZOA in Action" a forum Albert E Ossip ~oo-
erator S2.00
Youth Activities Session 11:00 A.M. "The ZOA Hadassah Youth Proiects.
srael Film Festival 12 Noon Latest Israel Color Movies
LUNCHEON 100 P.M. "ZOA Activities in Israei and the U.S." Chairman,
Mortimer May S3.75
r
GRAND BANQUET 700 P.M.
Guest Speaker: DR. MAX NUSSBAUM of Temple Israel. Hollywood, Cali-
fornia, past national president of the ZOA.
Installing Officer: DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Temple Emanu-EI. Miami Beach,
national vice president of the ZOA.
Toastmaster: JUDGE HAROLD B. SPAET
Entertainment $10.00
You Your Family Your Friends ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND ANY
OF THE EVENTS REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU ARE
DELEGATES, MEMBERS OR JUST GUESTS .
FOR A TRULY GLORIOUS DECORATION DAY WEEK-END
CHECK INTO THE FONTAINIBLEAU HOTEL SPECIAL
RATES HAVE BEEN ARRANGED. CONTACT THE ZOA
OFFICE JE 1-1371 FOR RESERVATIONS.
Fill In Tear Out Mail With Your Chock Today
SIDNEY RAYMOND, Conference Chairman
1370 Washington Avenue Suite 202 Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Mr Raymond:
Please ,. plates for the Grand Conference Banquet at $10.00
, p|ate. plates for the Sunday Breakfast at $2.00 per plate
tes for the Sunday Luncheon at S3 75 per plate.
ductibleV
STATE


Page 10-A
vJenisii flcridfiaun
Friday. May 2C [ ?66
UMAvoids Holiday Conflicts
Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres-
ident of the University of Miami,
has asked the Greater Miami Rab-
binieal Association for its Jewish
Religious Holidays Calendar for
1967-68. it was revealed this week
"The university bulletin for this
period goes t piresi iff June." ex-
plained Rabbi Solomon Schiff. ex-
ecuttve Nice president of the Rab-
binical i Association, "and Dr.
Stanford doll' not want to see
repeated the difficulties experi-
enced over conflicts during the
preceditfAAMl'i
Conflicts in dates began with
complaints Jk-Jewish, ftudcnls on
campu$JtMTvC regiM ration had
been scheduled for Sept. 15 and
16. Rosh Hashona falls on these
days this .vf><^^
In a letter to Rabbi Schiff and
the Rabbinical Association late in
Burns Emphasizes
His Achievements
Governor Haydon Burns' pro-
grams for Florida, which his sup
porters say "have resulted in only
16 months in helping foster more
.H-bs and bigger payrolls and the
greatest prosperity in Florida his-
tory." are in the hands ot the
voters.
As the 1966 governor's race
went to the wire this week. Gov,
Burns said the issues in the race
are these, constituting his pledges
to the people: "Relief from high
property taxes on small businesse
and homes: tax revision to attain
fair distribution and an equitable
tax base: continued industrial and
economic development."
"Florida enjoyed its greatest
industrial gains in history during
February and .March. Gov. Burns
claimed this week
Pointing out "this is further
proot that my campaign title. Flor-
ida's greatest salesman, is well-
earned," Gov. Burns said "the
state had acquired 79 new manu-
facturing plants and major cxpan-
'ii.-''
"The \i. as 38 nev
plants or n < tansions
vidii than 3.600 new is
for Floridians i'
bcore reveals 41 new firms.
"In March, the investment sur-
passed S136.000.000 tor only nine
i the 38 installations another
all tune high for a single month."
C.o\ Burns said.
April. Dr Stanford enclosed the
copy of correspondence "we are
sending to our Jewish friends who
have called to our attention the
conflict which originally existed
in the fall registration dates and
Rosh Hashona."
Declared Dr. Stanford: "We be-
lieve that an equitable adjustment
has been made for all concerned.
I appreciate the interest you have
shown in this matter."
In his correspondence, the Uni-
versity of Miami president told
parents' of concerted I'M students:
". we are revising the dates of
registration, since it was possible
in the sequence' of"flates in fhis
year's calendar to do so. Fall reg-
istration will now take place on
Sept. 13 and It, rather than Sept.
15 and 16. Because of the earlier
registration period, the date of
the beginning of classes had to
be moved to Thursday. Sept. 15.
I.ate registration will start on
Sept. 15 and continue through
Tuesday. Sept. 20."
The Rabbinical Association had
called the university president's
attention to the conflict as early
as last Mar. 10. when William R.
Butler, vice president for student
affairs, promised Rabbi Schiff to
have Louise Mills, assistant dean
of women and chairman of the
Orientation Week committee, to
prepare "an appropriate reply
In line with this kind of co-
operation, the University of
Miami also cancelled its football
eatne with the University of
Florida scheduled for Sept. 23,
the night of Kol Nidre and Yom
Kippur eve.
Dr. Stanford himself noted the
conflict and moved the game to
Saturday night. Sept 24. Rabbi,
Schiff declared.
The Jewish Religious Holidays
i alendar for 190'7-tiis was pre-
pared by the Rabbinical Associ-
ation ot Greater Miami in conjunc-
tion with its religion- and school
committee headed In Dr. Irving
Lchrman. It follows l"
1966
Robh Hashona (New Year)
\ Wednesday. Sepl 14 Sunsel i
\ '! tiursday, Si pt 15
Fridaj. Sept in
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
x Friday, Sept za Sunset
X Saturday, Sept. 124 (To Sunset)
Sukkoth (Feast of Tabernacles)
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
YOU TRUST YOUR DOCTOR
WITH YOUR LIFE -
WHY NOT TRUST HIM WITH A
VOICE IN YOUR GOVERNMENT?
PARTICULARLY SINCE. HEALTH
EXPENDITURES ARE NOW ONE-
THIRD OF THE STATE BUDGET,
AND WITH THE IMPLEMENTA-
TION OF TITLE XIX (KERR-MILLS),
HEALTH EXPENDITURES IN THE
NEAR FUTURE WILL BE GREATER
THAN ALL OTHERS. THE HOUSE
NEEDS A DOCTOR TO LEND HIS
SPECIAL TYPE OF EXPERIENCE
AND JUDGMENT TO THESE MAT-
TERS.
Sleet
WALTER W.
ESTATE REPRESENTATIVE]
JGroup ELEVEN County Wide;
THf HOUSt NUDS 4 D0CJP.
Wednesday, Sept. 28 (Sunset)
Thursday, Sept. 29
Friday. Sept. 30
Wednesday, Oct. 5 (Sunset)
Thursday. Oct. 6
Friday. Oct. 7
1967
Passover
x Monday. Apr. 24 (Sunset)
x* Tuesday, Apr 25
Wednesday, Apr. 26 (To Sunset)
x Sunday. Apr. 30 (Sunset)
n Monday. May 1
Tuesday. May 2 (To Sunset)
Shavuoth (Pentecost)
\ Tuesday, June 13 (Sunset I
x Wednesday, June 14
"Thursday. June 15 (To Sunset)
Orthodox and Conservative
Jewish holidays.
x Reform and Liberal
Jewish holidays.
Emanu-EI Ladies
Fete 1966 Grads I
On Sunday at 11:30 a.m.. the
Sisterhood and PTA of Temple
Emanu-EI will tender a luncheon
to the 1966 confirmation and
graduation classes
Students of the sixth, seventh
and eighth grades of the Religious
School have been invited to join
the festivities to be held in Sirkin
Hall
In connection with the Thursday morninq, May 26 Shavuoth
Yizkor service, which will take place at 10:30 a.m., at Terr.ple
Ner Tamid, special memorial prayers will be recited for those
who have given their lives in the service of their country.
The Harry H. Cohen. Surfside Bay Harbor Post 723, Jewish
War Veterans, and North Shore Post 677, will be special
guests at this service in honor of Memorial Day. Arnold Fein
is commander of Post 723, and David H. Pechenik is ::m-
mander of Post 677. Shown goinq over the special service, :re
(left to right) Harry Holtzman, member of Ner Tamid: Rsobi
Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader; and D. Jerry Sell, test
commander of Harry H. Cohen Post.
Stir* Mitnax Ueralib
Tuesday. May 17. 1966
Editorials
We Re-Recommend: Burns
THERE is one pertinent issue and
Only one before the voters of Florida in
next Tuesday's Democratic gubernatorial
runoff.
That is whether Haydon Burns has
marie this state a good governor in 15
months of office and thus merits reelec-
tion.
The record proves, In our opinion, that
Mr. Burns has been a stand-up governor, a
doer rather than a talker, and a keeper of
promises. He has been faithful to the let-
ter in his pledge to give South Florida a
fairer shake for roads, parks and education.
The Issue of "integrity" raised by May-
or Robert King High has no substance
save innuendo.
While Mr. High has many splendid
qualities, leadership is not his long suit.
He has made more headlines than head-
way in a city sorely in need of a unifying,
directing force to meet its problems of
downtown redevelopment, business and
industrial transportation, streets, law en-
forcement and beautlfication.
Not all that has happened In the past
15 months in Florida is due in whole or In
large part to the incumbent governor. Un-
der Florida's unique Cabinet system six
other men of almost equal power share the
credit or the blame.
During these months, however, the
average personal income of Florida cit-
izens rose by more than 10 per cent, or
double the national average.
In the same period tourism topped the
//jun
BURNS
16 million visitor mark (7
19C4) and industry adi d I
space-age jobs.
For the first time In history prin
highway funds were apportioned a
ing to population and for the first time
these funds were used also for highway
beaut if icat ion and roads.de recreation.
In the present bienr.um funds for high-
er education were increased 19.08 per cer.t
and for junior colleges, 91.5 per cent.
In the area of race relations. Florida
became the first state in the South to get
federal approval of its school desegrega-
tion plans in all 67 counties.
This is in part the record of an adminis-
tration. It is a good one. To it can be add-
ed the adoption of a more adequate legisla-
tive reapportionment law and the creation
of commissions to study tax reform, consti-
tutional revision and problems of aging.
Additionally, the administration has been
served for the most part by Floridians of
distinction.
We said on April 19 that Gov. Bums
has proved since 1964 to be a better man
than Candidate Burns.
He still is.
The Burns reelection campaign has
been painfully inept. Candidate Burns can-
not seem to delegate political respon-
sibility as ably as Gov. Burns delegates
administrative responsibility.
This could cost him the election, but
we trust not. A good governor Is worth
keeping. This is no time to trade away
Florida's spectacular era of progress.
YOUR m
ununiM
GOVERNOR
f !. U>, Ptid Fw Br Cammitia* to Kiip Hi.dar, Burns Gootrnw Jistf Sifts. TifSinr


Fnccy, May 20. 1966
*' Jew Is/i fk riidiinin
Page 11-A
Marshall S. Harris will be
installed new president of
the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice at the eighth annual
meeting of the Greater Miami
1 Lsh Federation agency at
ire YM and WHA on June
4. Harris succeeds Mrs.
C :rles P. Feinberg. JWV is
: an affiliate beneficiary
.e United Fund of Dade
C:..nty.
larris Suggests
lob Training;
lyes Primary
state of Florida should jump
first into a major continuing
am of job training, conseling
lacement for a variety of rca-
Maishall s. Harris told a
i oi adult students at Jewish
Lionel Service. 318 N\V 25th
. l is. candidate tor State I.e
.ure in Group 19. has served
a is as vice president of JVS,
, offers job training and coun-
- to more than 2.000 persons
lly on a non-sectarian basis.
najor part of his platform is
pl.ef that no one should sulfer
|v mically because oi the lack
y. opportunity tor acquiring a
r better .j<.b skill.
Miami businessman and at-
said that 'more than one
: of the state'.- population con-
of youngsters who will bc
ng a place in the job market
c immediate years ahead.
uts from high school amount
much as a quarter of the
enrollment, and these
.steis uiii need counseling
(training it thc> are ever to
more than the most menial
|rris. a board member of the
lor Miami Jewish Federa-
also pointed out attention
I tor the more than 30 per
of the state's high school
bates who will seek jobs with-
iy college training.
another need, said the
Iy wide candidate who led his
(May 3. is training made avail
[to people from economically
privileged backgrounds and
who wish to raise their
Jard of living by upgrading
employment potential.
in $40 Million
fer to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
Cts in Israel. Terms of credit
arj It had been previously
fted that West Germany
provide credits on an an-
basis, with each agreement
negotiated anew
ael will use the loans for
ing ((instruction, comniunica
systems and for buildings "f
medium and small factories
conomic units. Processing oi
will be handled thrQUgh the
furt Credit Bank for Recon
nd the Israel Indu
w.end Conclave for USY
t na ogue Youth ol
|| l.il.i a
::
it day evenin : and con
Sunday.
WE, THE LNDEKS1GNED, URGE
YOU TO READ THIS MESSAGE!
We object to the campaign of half-truths, false issues and mud-
throwing that has been waged against Maurice Ferre. We believe
he is the type of man that our community needs in public office
... his background and abilities are exceptional, his platform is
sound and his desire to serve you is admirable.
We agree with the
Miami Herald endorsement. .
Friday, May 13, 1966 (Herald Editorial)
STRENGTH I Oil Slit STATE MEN ATE

i3
charge against Mr. Ferre that the industrial-
ist, as a quarryman, somehow was guilty of
deaths of children in rock pits which his com-
pany does not even own. He aided the Pork
Choppers in their last desperate effort to
district the Legislature in Dade County only.
We vigorously object to the low level
of the campaign which has been waged
against Mr. Ferre."
"Mr. Ferre is a young, aggressive busi-
nessman who is making his first venture into
politics. He has served unselfishly in a num-
ber of civic offices. He is well-informed. His
convictions are strong and well-reasoned (al-
though we do not support all of them). He
would bring a freshness of approach to a
delegation which is largely lawyer-dom-
inated.
His opponent has a weak and ineffective
legislative record. He brought the ghoulish
FERRES STAND ON A SEVERANCE TAX _
Despite his opponent's charges, MAURICE FERRE has publicly stated he "would favorj
SEVERANCE TAX on phosphates and minerals, providing it is not punitive."
WE BELIEVE MAURICE FERRE WILL MAKE AN OUTSTANDING
STATE SENATOR ... HE IS A YOUNG MAN WITH A DESIRE
TO SERVE HIS FELLOW MAN IN THE TRADITION OF OUR LATE,
GREAT PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY!
We Urge Ycu to Join Us in Our Support
of MAURICE FERRE for State Senator (dist. iti
Milton Weiss
Mrs. Rhoda Levine
Mrs. Claire Weintraub
Mayor Arthur Snyder
Mayor Sherman Winn
Charles Clements, Jr.
aRTOu'
si q h 1'd.
Frank Smathers
Robert Turchin
Commissioner Earl Starnes
Bill Siegel
Hank Meyer
M. Orovitz
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt
Mayor Chuck Hall
Jay Kislak
Daniel M. Richter
Stanley H. Arkin
Leonard Weinstein
William T. Kruglak
y:
MAURICE
FERRE
can iU> more lor Education. Senior Citizens and Tourism!


-> in r
Page 12-A
fJenist fhrHii^r
Friday, May 20
Cdndfdates Set for Tuesday
.......
............
utaer listings. Sec. B
! Ion liars the
;..: list ol
i
\
.\tl\r\- *?:*
Iiv.in .1 DIMM.1 : irnWf ch
sistanl stale atToiv.oy-to Richard
Gerstein) nvcaltuuUHl lys bid for
tlie state, .leiyjilai'jri' in Group 12
this i''k
Block, past exalted ruler ol
Miami ElfcJ^duc 9-ipj. received
tle endc>i^Ent$ of
1.1 M mTcwv
ty Young Democratic Association
and CongX ss ol Senior Citizens.
Also enc >rsinu Block, according
to his sup toilers, art the Miami
Beach D niociatic Club. Good
Governmei t League and the Flor-
ida Senio Citizen.-. League of
Voters.
North Miami Beach
D( i!
His supp >r1 inted to
"Judge Bcunan^ experience in
and entity matters and his ef-
: record as justice of !he
Judge Herman has been active
the Miami .n ."w.n Dade B'nai B'rith. syn-
Dade Conn-1 a.',._.u and civic-affairs for many
years.
i
A Yeshi
member
active in
munal anci
Campaij i
and Bern
Blocks
li relative
fa graduate. Block is a
Temple Beth Am and
numerous other com-
Or. Walter Sackett, Jr.
. Dr Waiter *. Sackett. Jr.. con-
tinued to campaign for the state
legislature in Group 11 with the
I lieme. 'Lets put a doctor in the
[House."
The Miami physician's support-
en; said. "With so much of the
reluious organizafjns.i*,a,E budget diiectlv or indirectly
leaders Martin Tine' affc-cting health and welfare needs,
the: is real need for a doctor in
rallahassee."
Dr. Sackett said. You put your
life in your doctor's hands Why
ot your v#ice Jn the state legisla-
d Jacobson pointed to
a Imimstrat.vf. legal ajid
experience earned rhir-
the pa 1 several yews in Ger-
stein's off te
I
L e Weissenborn
State i ep Lee Weissenborn.
f rsl prim r\ leader in the
for the State Senate in District 17;
pointed out "my experience in th
Florida legislature" as the May 2
S icond primary approached
Weissenborn's supporters point-" late tor
e 1 out that "he introduced and
passe I .. S238.000 appropriation
for the setting up ol a fire
c mtrol unit m Dade County Com-
te ith 12 rangers and the most
lean equipment, the bill pro-
es the most modern equipment
to control tires in the underlie
\ eloped areas Ol Da ><
Weissenborn also. h:s supporters
State, "introduced and passed le-
ation providing for an extra
rJ ij "i racing al Dade's parimutuel
ilities, with all the proceeds go-
to the Miami-Dade Junior I >1-
Scholarship Fund."'
"He also introduced, "according
i the Weissenborn campaign com
n ittee, and passed the bill com
pletelj revising the driver point
tem so as to give the traffic
judge discretion in point alloca-
I ms "
"Weissenborn also introduced and
passed legislation." his supporters
. -tit. "which will make it pos-
sible for Dade. Monroe and all
Florida counties to receive state
assistance beginning in 1967 for
t'h- operation of a free public
school system."
re:
Long activejfnptht- Florida and
American Merlical Associations.
Dr Sackett placed second in a six-
: c man field in the May 3 primary
William Lehman
William iBilll Lehman, candi-
the Dade County Board ol
Instmction in District l.
moved Ins campaign tor the school
board this week through 20 of
Dade's 27 cities and towns
Lehman, who received the en-
dorsement of Dade's school teach
ers through PACE, pointed to "my
long anil successful career in Dade
business and education."
0 erator of three successful au-
ile sales agencies, Lehman
has been a teacher in the Dade
system lor the past three years to
further acquaint himself with the
needs of the Board of Public In-
struction
Maurice Ferr
State Senate candidate Maurice
Ferre launched his run-off cam-
paign for the District 17 seat with
a reassertion that "my business
background makes me best quali
fied to do more for the people of
this area."
Ferre continued that "I fought
over two years to put a failing busi-
ness in this community back on
its feet and did so successfully."
President of Maule Industries.
Ferre has taken an active role in
civic affairs, his supporters point
out.
The run-off battle for the Demo-
cratic nomination will be held
throughout Dade and Broward
Counties, with Ferre having won'
the endorsements of the Miami'
Herald and the Miami News.
Ferre asserted that "most of the
money spent in my campaign has j
been my own," and his supporters
aid "his business experience wiO
be the deciding issue in the cam-
paign."
Ferre. a graduate of the Univer-
sitj of Miami in architectural en-
gineering, is a member of the
Economic ,$uciety of South Flor-
ida, chairman of th" building and
C instruction division of I'nitcd
Fund, and a .member of the Down-
vn AuTrrirtflf
Jud.-je Bernard Berman
.li, Igi Bernaj I
I n his i ost as .i : 5tice of the
9
this week throughout noitl
ade ount> as tl
red
ritorj
Bernard Frank
Judge Bernard Frank, former
vice mayor of Miami Beach and
Democratic candidate for state
representative in Group 11, this
week stressed his legislative ex-
perience in the May 24 runoff.
Judge Frank, born in Miami and
a graduate of the Dade school sys-
tem and the University of Miami
School of Law. emphasized "my
successful record of public service
as both judge and legislator."
Long active in Beth Jacob,
where his father serves as pres-
ident. Judge Frank also has main-
tained a membership in Temple
Beth Sholom. He served as co-
chairman of the Israel Committee
of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and won a special award
the Hebrew
. Miami.
er ol the Miami Beach
Jaycee Good Government A a d,
i rank has displayed lead-
er .tj> n sports, war and govern-
ment his supp >rl ts point out.
tie was captain ot the Universitj
f Miami tennis team and rose
from private to captain in the L'.S.
Army during World War II
"Judge Frank received seven
out of eight endorsements decided
by newspapers and civic groups
since the f.rst primary, which he
led throughout Dade County on
Max 3." according to his campaign
cabinet.
Leon Levin
Leon Levin, candidate for State
Democratic Committeeman for
Dade County, announced that he
would tight for stronger local and
State Democratic unity if elected
on May 24.
Levin, an attorney, lives at 12381
SW 190th Ter with his wife and
daughter
Ile has been active for many
local, state and national Demo-
crats in recent elections, among
them Kep Dante B. Fascell. Sen.
Sp< -sard L. Holland, President
John F Kennedy, and President
Lyndon Johnson
Levin has been active in many
civic, charitable and community
projects and organizations, such as
United Fund, Retarded Children.
American Legion, Optimist Club.
Veterans of Foreign War.-. Elks,
Masons, Moose, Jayceee. Young
Democrats, Miami Beach Anglers
and Boating Club, and south
Miami Heights Civic Association.
Levin 43. has been a resident of
Dade County for 43 years. He mad
uated from Miami Beach Senior
lliuh School and from the Univer-
sitj "t Miami School ot Law
He served In both World War II
,.ih1 the Korean War.
Paul Baker
Paul Baker, veteran of teli years
as assistant state attorney to
Richard E. Gerstein, this week
pressed his bid for the Democratic
nomination as judge of the Crim-
inal Court in Croup 3.
Baker, chief criminal prosecu-
tor lor Gerstein for several \ ear-
stressed that "there is no incum-
bent in my race."
"I'm seeking to replace Judge
Jack A. Falk. who stepped up to
Circuit Court Judge." Baker point-
ed out. "followin'.; my endorse-
ments by the Miami Herald.
Miami News and a dozen other
Dade newspapers"
Run-Oft Candidates Speak
Run-off candidates in the May
24 election spoke at a meeting of
the Democratic Club of Miami
Beach on Wednesdav at the Sea
Isle Hotsl
JULIUS SEIDKER
says 'THANK YOU!"
I greatly appreciate your
vote; and although I am net
running, I am vitally con-
cerned about the man you
choose to be Constable.
For reasons too numerous to
mention, I heariily endorse
li/ I*. Kvndr'ul;
as ** best man in tbe
May 24th Election."
indorsed by:
SENATORS. REPRESENTATIVES, LAWMEN, DOCTORS
JUDGES, ATTORNEYS, CIVIC LEADERS, BUSINESSMEN,
TRUCK DRIVERS, OFFICE WORKERS, TRADESMEN and
SENIOR CITIZEN GROUPS
ALSO indorsed by:
W. KEITH PHILLIPS, JR.. City Commission of Coral Gables
JOE MURPHY. Former Mayor of Coral Gables
W. H. CHAPMAN, City Commissioner of Coral G-
C. L. DRESSEL, Mayor of Coral Gables
GEORGE M. WILSON, City Commission of Coral C
GEORGE L HOLLAHAN. JR., State Senator
JESSE H YARBOROUGH, State Representative
STARR W HORTON Former Chairman Dade Cc
Crime Commission
VICTOR REITER, Past president, Temple Judea Prei ?.
Lawnlite Aluminum Furniture Co
AL JACOBSON. Former president of Paler o
and Coral Gables civic leader
ANN SCHULEFAND Fore er President c*
PAUL L ANDRF i ince
DR PAUL GLA.- Civic leader
WILLIAM C ("UNCLE BILL') HARTNETT. ;. .
Coral Gables
CLIFF HENDRICKS Real Estate, Coral Gal
FRANK H03BS. Construction fore- -
O K HOUSTON. JR., Architect, civic lead
JUDCE JAMES S, DUNN, Coral Gables
JACKSON G. FLOWERS, Former Safety Directc- Cif\
ROBERT T. KELLY Former D A V State Comn h
JUDGE GEORGE KNOCKWALTER, Wo-- Cc
attorney
HOWARD SILVER N Attorney
W. L. PHILBRICn Fui eral Director
BEN C. McGAHEY, Banker and civic leader
KEEP
JAY P.
KENDRICK
Constable
LEVER 22-B
AM OPEN LETTER TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY:
RALPH R. POSTON supports Brotherhood 365 days out of the year.
An insight to our present State Representative RALPH R. POSTON discloses
his stand on Brotherhood.
When BETH DAVID, Miami's oldest conservative congregation needed Hebrew
school class room facilities in South Dade County area, Representative RALPH R.
POSTON, as an active leader in the Kendall Methodist Church was instrumental in
fulfilling this need. As a result of his assistance Hebrew school classes have now
been held for five years during the week in his church class rooms which are used
by his church on Sunday. Truly here is a man who lives and extends Brotherhood
Week 52 times a year.
LEONARD H. WOLF
Member and past Director of
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Elect RALPH POSTON
DISTRICT 46
si vn: si:\ vii:
LEVER 6B


Friday. May 20. 1966
'Jewisti fhriidlaann
Page 13-A
Tannen Top
Athletic Star;
Gets Silver Knight
Steven Olson Tannen. 17. of
Southwest Miami High, was one
',. 14 (op Dade students awarded
a Silver Knight on Thursday. May
12. in ceremonies sponsored hy The
Miami Herald at Dade County
Auditorium.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tan-
nen, Steven's category was athlet-
ics, although the awards are also
based on Icidership and service to
school and community. With the
statuette, goes $200 toward a col
lege education.
Steven, who once won five first
places in a single track meet, has
received scholarship bids from ten
major colleges for his prowess on
he football field, as well as track.
While maintaining a high acad-
emic -landing with honors in Latin
and eh-, nistry. Steven has also
participated in the school band
and plans to practice medicine for
proft ssional athletes. After study
the University of Florida, he
will attend a school of medicine.
He has held a number of part-
time jobs, including modeling for
a .it partment store.
Mines Kill Israelis on Border
Continued from Page 1-A
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization. The UN men and Is-
raeli army officers, accom-
panied by bloodhounds, lost the
tracks of the saboteurs along the
shores of the river.
While the area was being in-
vestigated, three other mines were
found not far away, about a half
mile from the Lebanese border.
T ese mines were dismantled safe-
ly by Israeli army personnel.
As Israel filed a complaint on
the Almagor incident with the Sy-
rian-Israel Mixed Armistice Com-
mission, the Foreign Ministry an-
nounced at Jerusalem that it has
instructed Ambassador Michael S.
Co may, Israel's permanent repre-
sentative at the United Nations, to
tile a protest with the Security
Council.
The incident, it was said here.
could have the gravest implica-
tions for Israel. It was pointed out
11hat. thiee weeks ago, when a se-
ries of F:i Fatah sabotage raids
had been carried through from.
Jordan. Israel staged a reprisal
1 raid into two Jordanian villages,
blowing up a number of houses
that had been used as bases by El
Fatah.
Sunday School Plans Picnic
B'nai Raphael Sunday School
will held its annual picnic on Sun
lay 10 a.m., at Greynolds Park.
SltVlH TANNEN
Night Club
Affair Saturday
Murray Solomon Post and Auxil-
iary 243. Jewish War Veterans, are
sponsoring a night club affair on
Saturday. 9:30 p.m.. at the Carillon
Hotel.
The annual event is being chair-
ed by Leonard Gold for the post,
and Mrs. Max Medgebow, for the
auxiliary.
JOIN THE DADE PARADE
Pull
Ltvtr 11-A
And Elect
QUALIFIED
CANDIDATE
Former Chief Assistant State's Attorney, Dade
County.
Former Counsel to Dade County Grand Juries.
Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau.
Chairman, Criminal Courts Committee, Dade
County Bar Association.
Member, Criminal Law and Tax Sections of Amer-
ican Bar Association.
Vice-President, Florida Criminal Defense Attor-
neys Association.
Appointed by United States Federal Court and
State Courts to represent indigent defendants.
Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce.
Former member National District Attorneys Asso-
ciation.
Dade County Bar Association.
Graduate Univ. of Miami School of Law.
United States Marine Corps veteran.
Past Exalted Ruler, Miami Elks Lodge #948.
ENDORSED BY:
b< Miami Herald*THE MIAMI NEWS
FACE (Classroom Teachers)
The Dade County Younj
Democratic Aae'n
The Congrats of Senior
Citizens
The Miami Beach
Democratic Clnb
The Good Government League
The Florida, Senior Citizens
League of Votera
Youth For Effective
Government
The Votera and Taxpayer*
League (co-endorsed)
The Blacayne Democratic Club
Sunshine Senior Citizens
Golden Ring --3
South Shore Citizens
The Independent
(LaECT IRWIN J
REPRESENTATIVE* Group 12
t ELECT
; ROBERT G. "Bob"
WM
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ENDORSED by BOS BADER
"To the people of Dade County, my
friends and the more than 17.000 vqtars
who supported me in my candidacy for
School Board, I wish to express n*y
sincere thanks and appreciation, and'to
urge your continued support of our
Public Schools by returning G. HOLMES
BRADD0CK to his position on the School
Board, as the Best Qualified Candidate
with an Independent mind."
(Signed)
ROBERT M.BAOER
Fc Pol. Adv.
'Re-Sled
State Representative


Page 14-A
*Jenisti ihrkKam
Friday, May 20, 13$
Today's Tkooght: By DR. SAMUEL SHYER
Harper's Editor Gives American Jewry a Shakeoff
yOU KNOW what a shakedown
' is, don't you? And a shakeup0
Well, a lady named Marion K.
.Sanders has given us an example
of a shakeoff.
What has she shaken off? At-
taehment to Judaism. In an article
called the -.Several Worlds of
American .lews." she tells of a sur-
of American life undertaken as a result of a
::. Jewish lnend who wanted to know
defetse organizations-were involved
struggle
nd may nol know the answer to her
-he can little doubt, alter reading the
Mrs. Sanders is not especially inter
e State of Israel, nor in the Jewish
or in many another quaint Jewish pro-
e, foi example, living in a Jewish neigh-
vey
query by
v. hy the
111 the el
Her
question
article
ested 1
religion,
pensil)
borhood.
\ more nil;, analytical dissection f American
Jewrj yon couldn't uet Mrs. Sanders actually
-tcii,(I in 'jr-Jewish day school, and you can almost
feel her shut1.ler She quizzed some rabbis and tells
>>i,i r.1t|the> are anxious for Jews to remain Jewish
(natural)! they want to continue making a li> ng),
She hobnobbed with the staffs of the American
Jiwi-h Commit'ee. the American Jewish Congress
and the Anti-Delamation League She talked to a
woman who like- lo live in a Jewish neigh-
borhood.' .
When she finishes her look-see. American
Jewry -hows up a- odd as one of those Asiatic tribes
are! Mead depicts It anyone did a survey like
thai of the United State-, we Americans would seem
UN listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
About Dag Again
United Nation-
CROM THE time, in 1946, that the SO
called Palestine Question" was first
placed on the United Nation- agenda, to
this day, the Arab-Israel conflict (as it
became known alter Israel was found" d
has been among the most bothersome.
irritating and frustrating of all the re-
1- in with h h:c h the world organ :al 1 ;
.- far iii
.1- ii
X.
1
M
1
' '
[f to At ri
.snider is nol thai Keli n includes thi \ Israel
Lict in bis evaluation ol Hammarskjold. The mo 1
rtanl facl regarding this work is that, unlike many
ither hooks dealing with the United Nations. Kelen has
shown a deep understanding ol the Palestine Question'
and of llammarskjold's role in trying to cut that tangled
knot.
There is no questioning the fact that Hammarskjold
did try. Not everybody agrees that he handled the issue
correctly. Many Israelis some in very high posts still
speak of Hammarskjold as the man who "betrayed" them.
There are others who disagree just as heartily.
Kelen recalls llammarskjold's effort, in 1956, in
response lo a Security Council resolution, to "reestablish
compliance" with the 1949 armistice agreements. He spent
a month in the Middle East. He spoke to every leader in
the region, from Nasser and King Hussein, to Ben-Gurion.
He did his best and got nowhere.
It was later that very year that the Suez-Sinai crisis
developed. When that horrible period lasting from
October 29, 1956. to March 1. 1957 was over, many
Israelis loved Hammarskjold less, if possible, than ever.
Disregarding the facl that it was the United States
under Eisenhower. Dulles and Lodge that had tried
to hit Israel hardest, Israelis blamed Hammarskjold for
the fact that Nasser had come out of the crisis with a
clear international victory that had given him full and
uncontroverted control of the Sue/ (anal Israel had
gained, through the United Nations Emergency Force,
inchallengdB rights of passage through the Gulf of Akaba,
and relative "anquilitj alon the entire border between
Israel and Egypt Includin thi Gaza Strip). The Israeli
- were credited to Ben-Gurion as thej should have
The failure io i ieli victory over N.
.'.a Mi biied to Hamn arskjold
0 il'ieked by the i rael nd some oth t Jewish
critics wen the facts thai while the Israel Go
menl had acted in Its own interest, Hammarskjold's job
was to remain ever the neutral international servant, to
ir tin1 pro! for one member's rights as
another's.
All ot these issue- are placed in proper perspective
by Kelen. This correspondent does nol know of any other
work as meticulously fair to both side- of the Arab Israeli
dispute as Kelen s It for no other reason, his book de-
serves the attention it is receiving here.
Kelen pays his respects to llammarskjold's interest
in Buber's "I and Thou."
outlandish indeed. For you can describe the soil of
a country but entirely miss its soul.
The soul of Judaism eludes Mrs. Sanders. She
picks and pokes and sniffs, but the product is dis-
tortion. Many of her facts are correct, but the in-
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Arlosoroff Case
Revived Once More
Jerusalem
ISRAELIS, still weary from the
* protracted public recromina-
tions of the Lavon Affair which
ultimately led to the walk out of
Ben-Gurion, Gen. Dayan and Shi
mon Peres, along with a number
of other political leaders from
Vapai. to form their own Rafi
party, were laced in mid April with the prospecl
of yet another historical inquiry threatening to
reopen half healed old political wounds. The ques
iion of "who killed Arlosoroff?" was again forced
On the public.
On a hot June Friday night, in 1933, the then
head of the political department of the Jewish
Vgency, Dr. Haim Arlosoroff, was taking a stroll
with his wife. Sima. on the Tel Aviv seashore Two
young men approached them, one asking him what
was the time. While Dr. Arlosoroff was pulling out
his watch, the other young man pulled out a re-
volver, shot him. and both fled, Emergency surgery
in a nearby hospital failed to save his life.
Mapai claimed that the murder was committed
hy the Revisionists (from among whose ranks rose
the Irgun underground group, commanded bj Mena-
bem Begin, who became the leader of Herut after
the establishment of the State) The Revisionists
claimed that Mapai, in cooperation with the British
Mandatory Police, covered up tracks indicating that
two Arabs from Jaffa killed the Mapai leader Dur-
ing the trial, there was indication of cooperation
between the Jewish Agency intelligence people and
the British police in collecting information against
three Revisionist suspects However, the British
Mandatory Government) courts found the defend-
ants nol uilty
Nevertheless, the all that the Re'
,-'- irdi red A
en ed: Is. it
1 v as
Prom time to
1
offic
the Hi itish .. who 1 onducted thi
tion of the suspi cts. After th< in
vestigation he became convinced, wrote Arazi, thai
it was not the Revisionists who perpetrated the
murder.
Yehuda Arazi has since passed away. But re-
cently, Shaul Avigur, former Shai Chief, wrote an
article about him in Mapai's monthly. "Molad." "My-
self and my colleagues were convinced and I am
still convinced today that Arazi graveJy erred
in his evaluation," Avigur wrote. Zvi Rosenblatt, the
only one of the three defendants still alive, sued
Avigur and Mapai (as publishers of "Molad") for
libel, demanding 1250,000 lover S80.00) in dam-
age-.
nuendoes are off-base. And some of her facts
not correct. No rabbi, given a chance to -,,
copy, would have failed to tell her that si,
Wise was never located in Seattle.
Mrs. Sanders may have convinced herself
was telling us about American Jewry, but what
has actually done is to make clear thai she is
wants no part of it. She shakes us off. With J
like her around, who needs an anti-Semite?
If Mrs. Sanders weren't so eager to ,;,,,.
her shakeoff. wouldn't she have said -mi,.
about the State of Israel? Most Qon-Jewish
would have done so. A non-Jewish writer
have -aid that you don't capture the
people bvjnspecting its outer lineament?
a consideration of the ideals which have
it for centuries. Some non-Jews mighl ha\
that Jewish fidelity lo Judaism can contribi
the betterment of America as well as to
ot Jewish professionals Bui don'l expeel
ot talk from mattei of-facl Mrs Sander; She > -
everything but what matters itself, bj I
deviation from the usual approach ol !;
Magazine, she gives us a better portrait
than of American Jewry.
Capitol Spotlight: By MilTON FRIEDMAN
A Reverse4 Corps
w
fILL ISRAELIS aid '
again-* poverty bj
rim in Alabama and Mi--i
Israelis may work thetc
lachia, Harlem, or perhaps
Angeles Watts area a- part
Washington "reverse Peace 1
cept. 11 i- 1 n> isaged to pi 1 t<
way exchange between America and forei
The Peace Corps is seriously eonslderin
nations that mighl be invited i" -end voluntei
under a new program recently announced b\ !':
Johnson. An amendment to Peace Corps rem
lion will soon be submitted lo Congress to in
idea of mutual cooperation with Oth
Israeli experience in \outli work an
immigrants, they say, m ?hl provide new
ing with underpi i\
promi ti better 1 1
aouW help '
., .A -Kills.
i not yet hcei

.
here O'
1 I ;.i r ol Israelis in I
erty work is :. 1 per capita than i\
liar pur-tuts.
However, Israel mighl be aide to some .
America in the anil poverty program A limited
Israeli experts might be spared. Also, Amei
races and backgrounds would be welcomed in
learn from the Israeli experience in cemmunitv
menl, integration, education, and other area-
officials have lauded Israel's national service |>hil
Klihu Bergman, an official of the IS Ofl
Economic Opportunity Vista Program, has advocated
"partnership in progrress" idea. He suggested
stance, that demobilized Israeli girl soldier-.
in teaching illiterates, could make a contribution he 1
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Everyone Loves to be Praised
IkJY GOOD friend. Will I issuer
" w riling in The New York
Times, reports 1 hat psychologists
making a scientific test, found that
flattery is very efficacious in the
business world. A boss, he
will find thai it pays nol to
- ingv with flatti od wot k.
People seem to work for applau ic
as much as for wai
This reminded me of a Story I read in a II. :
the other day about Rabbi Elie; 1 Silver, ol
Cleveland. The chairman introducing the l leveland
rabbi said he would be sparing of praise in obedi-
to thi old Jewish regulation thai a man must
not be embarrassed b> too much lavish pral e in
his own presence. Rabbi Silver, responding, re
marked '.hat as far as he was concerned, he was
ready to waive the regulation.
I mcoln once remarked that he fell about praise
like the Hoosier said about ginger bread: "1 '
I here is nobody who likes it more and gets Ii
it than 1."
A genius like Mo/art. one mighl ''
be indifferent to the praise of others, hut
: her tells 11- be went about collecting thi
hing- others said oi him,
We thirst for applause, and
teachers have almosl universally condi
terei The Jewish -a.es make an
he person who flatters for the sake ot proi
leace.
The Roshpitzer ivi.be was at first to
cept Ing a rabbinical post because he felt
ilve flattering members of th
but alter going down to the hath house and seei
how the attendants flattered the rich. h
that since llattering seemed inescapable in all I"
suits, he might as well be a rabbi.
,'


r. v May 20. 1966
* Jenisf IfkinWriin
Page 15-A
500 Conservative Rabbis in Confab
And the. presentation of a paper
c'-
;0ntinued from Page 1-A
leads to frustration and
articles can be reviewed.
The convention of the Rabbini-
caJ Assembly was to continue
through Thursday. Highlights in-
T.. role "I the congregational eluded: May 16. a lecture by Prof.
nbl' according to Rabbi Routten- n. L. Ginsberg, of the Jewish Thc-
'revolves around four basic, ological Seminary' of America, on
,aklc functions: he is preach- j0b the Patient, and Job the lm-
,Ihm. ,m>tor counsellor, and ,ien, unf| a t ..,,
engineer. While he may
ijecome an expert in all. or
quisites of Faith. b) Prof. Abra-
ham Joshua Heschel. also of the
Jewish Theological Seminary oi
America.
Also, a report on world Jewry,
with a special emphasis on the
Soviet Union, by Elie Wiesel, the
noted young author of the prize-
winning "Town Beyond the
Wall" and other novels, who re-
turned r e ce n 11 y from the
U.S.S.R., and important working
sessions, devoted to further con-
sideration of the "Blue Paper,"
introduced for study at last
year's convention, on "Israel,
Judaism, the Jewish People and
Zionism."
J>| Prof. .Wa/un Jmix. uLUluu State
l%ivers*f\. Concern: Jewish Kdacalion in a
Community."
ymour -ft* <
s Institute of t
Pluralistic Community."
Rabbi Seymour lr.'-'can o'
the Teachers InstiJut#of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, chaired this ses.-ion. Rabbi
Alexander M. Schin/iler. director
of education of tho-ynion of Amer-
; iean Hebrew CongijegaUons. com-
mented on Prof. Fox's paper.
Of these fields, he
nevr:
(ir velop a useful competence
Ihi m." Only if he analyzes
ilisticallj possible for
ol these fields can the
n effectively
Itia ly, in each of his roles,
r- .; in: I himself to the teach
not attempting to be
. in mentator or a spell-
- preaching; a psy-
liis counseling, ncr ;i
the discharge of his
- bilites
'luit the rabbi and the
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tune- would call uporf our
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nit fashions designed and created by members of
rs cf Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary will be on exhibit at
the annual spring awaids luncheon and fashion show next
at the Doral Country Club. Shown in a "dress" re-
hearsai are (left to right) Mrs. Arthur Pearl, Mrs. Frederick
Scni chairman of the day. and Mrs. George Lister. Volun-
teer- :.'.] receive bars and chevrons for hours of work at the
hospital in the past year, it was announced by president.
Mis Doran Zinner. (See story. Page 1-C.)
"Y'" Women's Club of the YM and YWHA of Greater
..: held its installation breakfast in the main ballroom of
Y" last week. Left to right are Mrs. Howard Trinz. pres-
c: :he Young Women's Division of the Combined Jewish
.\: -xti. installing officer; outgoing president, Mrs. Leonard
Luiia; mcomina president. Mrs. Al Raven; and program
a, Mrs. Jack Baum.
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' nl many parties planned
,. In ide Merj I Sue Wcs
be the shower at the
ilrs. Louis Pilzer, 7815
\ e Ave., with co-host, Mrs
al Gaily-decorated
imbrellas will carry out
ing Flowers" theme, and
fur tl iccasion the guest ol
II dip nit" her Irons
shocking pink silk knit
Daughter <>i Dr
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eland Rd., Meryl will
i vows with Lew is in
lunc 18 He is t*. -
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Mew York City's Hamp
House .
guests at the shower
Meryl's mother, her sis
Mrs Donald Kramer, grand
Mrs. Anna Hyman and
':' ':: Weinstein aunt, Mrs
1 armel Also al the
eon will be Mrs. Nat Krnm
- Jack Geartner, Mrs Dave
Mrs Gene Troop, Mrs
Richard, Mrs Geoi i
And Mrs l.conaul
Mrs Harry Pinsky, Ml
Sussman, Mrs Henry Levy,
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Miami, Florida, Friday .May 20, 1966
Section 3
Operation Headstart in Spotlight
Operation Head start i!Mii will
be spotlighted Frida> during the
eighth annual program clinic spon
sored by the Women's Division of
the Florida Region of the National
Conference Ol Christians and Jews.
The clinic, to which presidents
and program chairmen of all wom-
en's organizations in Dade County
are invited, will be held in the
Jordan Marsh Auditorium, 1501
Biscayne Blvd. beginning at 10
a.m.
Miss Helen Stolte, director of the
head start program for Dade
County, will be the principal speak-
er, and will head a panel discus-
sion on "Operation Head Start
I960 Are We Removing the Eight
Ball?"
Miss Stolte, who received her
Bachelor's and Master's degrees in
education al Western Reserve Uni
versity, took post-graduate work
at the University of Chicago in the
MISS HtltN SrOlTf
field of human relations. She si
pervised the Reading Center i i
Remedial Reading in Cleveland for
three years, was principal of ex-
perimental kindergarten classes
( leveland and also served on the
high school sj stem as assistai
principal, principal and then j
directing principal
In 1965. she was invited to Dade
County to become consultant 1
the Dade County Schools for the
John I-'. Kennedy I'rc School Pro-
gram. Miss stolte is listed in
"Who's Who in American Educa-
tion'
Special program kits, including
a revised Directory of Human R<
lations Program Resources, wi'J be
distributed by the National Con
ference of Christians and Jews'
office during the morning sessi
Other participants in the panel
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Meryl as she will I"- .
Beach Si
School on jUne 4 .
"'" ......dive member of the
National Thespian Troupe .
\1t1i the wedding, the young
couple will tour California for
several weeks, then off to New
York City for six more weeks to
see the latest shows Tony is
a junior at the I nivetsitv ol
Miami so Ihej will be back here
in the Fall
Joseph and Celia Rieger, "i
250 Meridian Ave., leaving in a
lew weeks to attend the wedding
in New York of granddaughter
Gloria Barnetl and Fred Margu
lies The bride-to-be is the
daughter ol the former liana
Riegi 1 and Julius Barnetl .
Occasion will reunite the Rieg
era with other members of their
family including two children,
three grandchildren and three
gi eat ^i andchildrcn.
News tn gladden the hearts of
the David Jacobsons and the
Sidney LefcourtS is word that the
former Beverly Joy Jacobson and
spouse Jeffiej Lewis Lefcourt
are returning to this area to
sta> M.irne.i in 1963, the
couple lived foi one year in
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Sky-Lcke Camps Adds to Facilities
Is in the highly successful Dedication
i itiple Emanu-El at the Diplomat Hotel
on Sunday night include (left to right) Mr. and
ng Cowan, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman, and Mr.
snc. Mrs. Emil Morton. Boderman is president,
Mrs. Diamond
And Beth Torah
Faculty Honored
Mrs. .tack Diamond will be hon-
or a decade of service as a
: of the faculn of Beth Tor-
ion- School at ceremonies
.. the observance of Yom
a. National Teachers' Day.
- iday, 10:30 a m., during 'he
lUS School graduation e\er
rises
Mrs Diamond, a native of New
City, graduated from Flor
tlarshall Hebrew Iliuh School
attended Herzliah. She has
lived in the Miami community for
BSt 13 years, received her
teacher's license from the Bureau
ol Jewish Education, and was one
first graduates of the Col
f Jewish Studies.
ervM on the executive com-
e of the Hebrew Teachers'
nee, and will represent that
ization as a delegate to the
nee of the National Coun
Jewish Education to be held
ael 'Ui> summer.
and Dr. Lehrman is rabbi of the Miami Beach
congregation, which celebrated groundbreak-
ing for a new Social Hall and School Building.
Morton is chairman of the building committee.
Mrs. Morton sang at the ball, attended by
some 600 persons. (See story. Page 6-A.)
It was announced by Ira Stein-
metz. director, that a major build-
ing and expansion program is be-
in?> completed at Sky-Lake Camps.
A fieldhouse large enough to house
an indoor gym. basketball court,
playhouse and recreational porch
will be the center of many new
activities at camp.
The new building is being con-
Structed SO that it can be open in
good weather, and closed when
necessary, and will accommodate
all campers at one time for both
day or nij in acth it ie
A new athletic area being com-
pleted, will include tennis courts.
volleyball courts, baseball field,
and several other facilities, in-
struction will be geared to help
campers achieve basic skills in
traditional camp athletics.
All activities are under the di
reel ion of Lenny Rosenblutli. form-
er three time All American has
ketball star from the University
of North Carolina.
Sailing will be introduced for
the first time this year, made po-
sible by the addition of several
sail boats at Sky Lake
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MRS. JACK DIAMOND
Rabbi Max A. UpschitZ and
Abraham J. Gittelson. education
director, will speak at the cere-
monies, and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
consultant to the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, will bring greetings
Following the exercises, the
school board of the congre
will tender a luncheon in honor
of the faculty.
Camp Ocala Site
Of Aquatic School
Starting June 6
The National Aquatic School at
Camp Ocala, Umatilla, Fla., will
be in session between June > to
16 for students over 18 (17 if a
high school graduate) with out
standing swimming ability.
Courses will include instruction
in water safetj and first aid, as
well as swimming for the physic-
ally-handicapped and sailing lor
instructors and second year stu-
dents.
Interested persons may enroll
by calling Safety Services, Dade
County Red Cross.
At the close of the National
Aquatic School Session, (amp
Ocala will enter its 12th year of
summer camping for boys and
girls between 5 and 16. An aquatic
oriented camp, it also offers a
full program Of athletic, cultural
and social activities
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At a "coffee crui cake" meeting, held recently
in the board roorr. of Temple Beth Sholom.
plans were formulated for the champagne sup-
per and dance to be held in conjunction with
the 23rd annual congregational meeting of
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual
leader, and Louis F. Snetrr.an is president.
Committee, under the chairmanship of Mr.
and Mrs. James S. Kncpke. will be in charge
c: the details of the supper celebration set for
Saturday evening. May 28, 8 p.m.. in the
temple auditorium. Seated vleft jo right are Mrs.
Jack Shapiro. Mrs. Irwin Teplis. Mrs. Philip
Postelnek. Jack M Fink. Mrs. Harold Granoff.
Mrs. James S. Knopke, Mrs. Martin Steiner.
Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Mrs. Alan Wilson. Stand-
ing ileft to right.1 are Irwin Teplis. Marvin
Cooper. Mrs. Seymour Silvermcn. Harold
Granoff, Jack B. Shapiro, James S. Knopke.
Mrs. Jonas Brotman, Philip Postelnek.
Beth Sholom to Install Officers On May 28
Terrple Beth Sholorr. will hold
its 23rd annual congregational
meeting on Saturday. May 28. 8
p.m.. in the temple auditorium.
Louis F. Snetman ;ll h re-
elected president for a third term,
and the following officers will be
elected or reelected: Jack M Fink.
Irvine B Kaplan. Eli Katzin. and
Morn. B Morris, vice preside- -
Seymour Silverrr.an. treasurer:
Marvin Cooper, financial secretary
Honorary presidents or honorary
\:ce presidents to be elected or re-
eiected are Jame> Albert. She:
Broad. Leon Ell. Harry Arthur
enberg. John Serbin.
Ralph Spero
ran.- trust) ire Sidney
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Board members with term ex
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James Albert. Abram Baker. Jonas
Brotman. Jack Cantor. Abe Fine.
Harry Arthur Goldberg. Isadore
Hecht. Jacob Rifkin. and Fhiiip
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Term expire* for the following
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Louis Grossman. Maury 01
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Mrs Philip Postelnek. Mr and
Mil Jack Shapiro. Mr and Mis.
Seymour Silverman, Mr and Mrs
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Mr and Mrs lrv,i- Teplis.
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fridc;. May 20 L966
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Paae 5-B
P7A Gavel Goes
To Mrs. Binder
wife of a
of
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School PT\ n .
tin Carillon
Hotel
A scho! teacher in New Jersey,
where she taught while her hus-
band was overseas during World
War 11. Mrs. Binder has been u
leader and nciuhbothood chair-
man of Miami Beach Girl Scouts,
coordinator of Miami Beach Girl
Scout Camp Center, and is active
in Girl Scout training of adults.
MRS. IRVING KAPIAN
New Hope Chap. Plans Card Party
Harbour Housi < ap'ar of Elupei President of the group, organ-
School for the mentally retarded j ized five months ago, is Mrs. Mur-
is planning a card party for Sat-: rav Shaw,
urday niyht at Harbour House Joining the chapter are new life
North. members Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Singer.
ivii's. Kaplan
d to .Sorve
II'" Mrs. Irving Kaplan,
lent, 1 lorida Wom-
en's l> Jewish
Congre th< I >\\o\ ii offit
were chos er\ e v Ith her dur-
ing the coming .'car at the division
luncheon last week:
Membership vice president. Mrs
Jack Shapiro: fund-raising vice
president, Mrs. Harold Druker;
program vice president. Mrs. Jos-
eph White: financial secretary
treasurer, Mrs. Benjamin Kamen;
recording secretary, Mrs. Gertrude
Mogul; corresponding secretary, j
Mrs. Mary S. Cohen.
Delegates to the Women's Di-
vision executive board are Mes-
dames Ben Weintraub, Leonard
Sidersky, Eleanor Roosevelt Chap-
ter; Sylvia Silvers, Irving Westin, \
Maurice Cahn, Benjamin Zeig-!
mund, Miss Lillian Goodman, Jus-
tine Chapter; Mesdames Joseph
Albuquerque, Sam Herder, Louis
Cohen, Joseph White. Mary S. Co-
'rie'ocew School Promotions
School promi tioi
included
p :. vices on Ft i la
Rabbi Ralph Z. Gli
; k B< h IV, I
Mrs, Lobel Cited
Sisterhood
A testimonial dinner in honor of
Mrs. Samuel I.obel is being plan-
ned by Beth Israel Sisterhood for
Sunday, 6 p.m.. in the Harry N.
Schwartz Auditorium.
Mrs. Lobel will be cited for "de-
voted service to the synagogue."
Community leaders participating
in the affair include Rabbi Berel
Wein and Rabbi Alexander Gross
hen. Henry Hersch, Louis Wise
Chapter; Jeanette Stern, Eleanor
Rosenstein, Russell Winer, David
Bress, Sam Penchansky, Irving
Quartin, Louis Gold, Miami-Coral
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Friday. May 20. 1956
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Officers Elected
At Temp!* Zion
General Meeting
!!" irarj i 'ected
year at the last
of Temple Zion.
KM Miller Rd Miami
Samuel Wenig, of 1225 San Mi
. w 'Oral Gables was elected
iident Wenig, an attorney since
189, ha held the positions of cor-
sponding lecretary and legal ad-
sor during his ten years mem-
bership in the congregation.
other officers eleeted wen Dr
i a rd l.ieherman. first vice pres-
ident; Gerald I.aub. second vice
kleRt: Jack Silver, third vice
resident: Michael Slotnick. re-
i irding secretary; Irwin Futei -
responding secretary: Martin
er; Henry Shapiro.
' secretary: and Bernard
S : chad m 'if the board of
i ustees

Saul Brash. Dr Stanley
S Drexler. and Nal

' i'her mi m are Dr. I
> i field ritual chairman: Dr.
Hai Gol :-'
Abe Kaplan
membership co-
in i ".aid Lapinsohn
sser, program and so-
< .ii co-chairmen; Morris Levitt.
.^nd Morris Marlin.
i lucation chairmen; Joe Nerove,
-Max Pawlinger, K _al chairmen;
San Stephen- and Joe Robbins.
n; Herbert Wein-
- r j >uth chairmen: Morris Weiss,
icitj chairman; and Dr. Ger-
ald Wernick, house chairman.
An installation banquet will be
hi Id en Sunday. June 5. in the
Temple social hall. Rabbi Alfred
Wa*man -pirmial leader of the
i jation, will be the installing
fficei
Dr. Morris Named FOA Chairman
Emma Lczarus Group of Hadassah held its annual installa-
tion luncheon last week at the Algiers Hotel. Left to right
are Mrs. William Kaufman, chairman of the day; Louis H.
Stallman. mayor of Surfside, installing officer; and Mrs. Jack
Wolfstein, incoming president.
Women Slate Donor Tuesday
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Annual donor event for the
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American Jewish Congress will
take placi Tm sday, 1230 p.m in
the Mona Lisa Room. Eden Roc
Hotel
Mrs Harold Druker, fund-raising
vice president of the Women's Div-
ision, announces that this conclud-
ing luncheon will feature Joseph
Pappas, leading tenor of the Mi-
ami Opera Guild, who will sine a
varied selection of opera and folk
son.us. with special emphasis dedi-
cated to the 18th anniversary of
the State of Israel Paul Csonka.
ciate conductor. Miami Opera
Guild, will be accompanist.
Funds raised by the Women's
Division support the Ix>uNe Wat-
erman Wise Youth Hostel in Jeru-
salem
Presiding at the luncheon will
be Mrs Irving Kaplan, president
of the Florida Women's Division.
Members of the committee work-
with Mrs Kaplan and Mrs
Drucker are Mesdames Sy Rei
president, North Fade Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter, Leonard Sider-
sk\. William Brown. Irving Perlyn,
\ ice preside! ts Syh ia Sih i rs
iident, Justine Chapter; Joseph
uquerque, president, Louise
Wise Chapter Louis Cohen. Sam
Herder, Joseph White, vice pies
idem-. Jeanette Stern, president.
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter, Rus-
sell Winner. Kleanor Rosenstein.
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Participants in the affair are
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Chapter, Mesdames Max Apple
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Samuel Meiselman, Sam Rudt;
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Isidore Baum. E\a Blum. Maty S
Cohen. Henry Hersch. Anne Tan
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David Rabin Bress. Morris ,1ano-
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Dade Federal
Executive Named
League President
Catherine II Fahringer. assist-
ant vice president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, was elected president of
the Dade Busi-
ness and Pro
tessional Wom-
en's Club. Inc..
the largest
chapter in the
State of Florida.
She was in-
stalled formally
at a dinner held
at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Mrs Fahrin-
ger, a career
savings and loan official, has been
associated with Dade Federal
since 1958 and is charged with the
Association's puMic relations, ad-
vertising, employee relations and
employee orientation programs.
Mrs. Fahringer was born in Phil
adelphia and received her educa-
tion in the parochial school system
in that city
Active in the savings and loan
industry since 1953. she holds a
graduate diploma of the American
Savings and Loan Institute and is
immediate past president of the
institutes Florida Southeastern
Chapter 29. the local chapter of
the educational division of the
United States Savings and Loan
League, Mrs. Fahringer is the only
woman to have ever served as
president of this chapter
Dr. Stephen A. Morris. 7080 SW etric Association's 64th an
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Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
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Bjalar meeting Monday at 8 p.m.
Mrs Avrom Drazin. wife of the
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Center, will install Mrs Philip
Richman. president; Mrs. William
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Friday, May 20, 1966
fi'Jknist fkurkUajn
Page 7-1
Operation Head Start-1966 in Spotlight
At NCCJ Women's Clinic Here on Friday
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim (bottom, second from South Dade; Mrs. Robert Childs, Bav; Mrs.
right', newly-installed president of Greater Benjamin Greene, Indian Creek; Mrs. Oppen-
Miami Section. National Council of Jewish heim, and Mrs. Bernard Abel, Coral. Top row
Women, is flanked by seven new division are Mrs. Martin Kahn, Shores; Mrs. Ben Hor-
presidents at the installation luncheon held at owitz. Islands; and Miss Elsie Schwabe,
the Fontainebleau Hotel on May 4. Left to Lincoln,
right (bottom row) are Mrs. Burton Levey,
B'nai Sholom Sets Joint Installation For Saturday Eve
Temple B'nai Sliolom will have
a ji installation of temple and
Sisterhood officers at the Shel-
ilotel on Saturday at 8:30
affair will feature dancing
hand and a late buffet.
Installing (he new officers will
., Rahbi S. Max Machtei.
Temple slate includes Judd
Mill, president; Max Marcus, Sam
Bredt, vice presidents; Donald
Powell, treasurer; Jerome Adler.
Mrs David Horowitz, Gene Rosen
secretaries.
Boa I'd members are Dr. Irwin J.
Kurtzack, Buddy Greenfield, lly
nan Fischman, Otto Martinez.
\. odlenian, Dick Kingsberg,
5 Philips, Seymour London,
I Zuoker, Howard Max. Mrs
Annual Parents Day Dinner
Vnnual Parents Day dinner,
insored by the congregation and
hood of Beth El, will take
in Sunday, i> 30 p.m., in the
Vu [ust Auditorium.
: \ ;,;i.'iis for ihe affair, last
the cun i1 i eason, naj be
al the temple office
EXmitNCtD CANTOR
SEEKS POSITION for High Holidays in
Synagogue or Hotel lor on annual boi-
I Will travel. Interview given on
request.
Write W. T., Box 2973, Miami 33101
WELL KNOWN CANTOR
in Greater Miami wants engagement,
tor the High Holidays, or year-round
position. Has served as Cantor for
post IS years.
Mease call 374-0816 after 5:30 p.m.
Mrs
Miriam Walpcr. Arnold Prettier. Michael Weiner, secretaries:
sisterhood officers are Mrs. Richard Kingsberg, treasurer.
Louis Deutch. president: Mrs. Paul Members of the board are Mrs.
Kressel. Mrs. Seymour London. Joseph Saperstein, Mrs. Jerome
V
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Kressel. Mrs. Seymour London. Joseph Saperstein, Mrs. Jerome
vice presidents; Mrs. Arnold Pa- Adler, Mrs. Nathan Bikes, Mrs. Es-
kula, Mrs. Stanley Philips. Mrs telle Adelman. Mrs Howard Max
Continued from Page 1-B
>\i!l include Mrs. Betty Chancy,
v ho is a teacher at both the Little
!v i and Lillie Evans Elementary
Schools in Miami. Mrs, Mary (ash
a teacher's aide in the head star!
program, rounds out the panel.
Co-chairmen of the sponsoring
women's division of NCCJ are Mrs.
Charles E. Enterline, Mrs. Aaron
Kan- and Mrs. Stanley Milledge.
Members of the executive commit-
tee include Mrs Meyer Baskin,
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs, Wendell
Gordon, Mrs. L. j. McCaffrey, Mrs
Donald McCanimon. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Mrs. W. O. Mehr-
tens. Mrs, Thomas Palmer, Mrs.
Paul I'ollak Mrs. Donald D. Rich-
ardson. Sr.. Mrs. II. ci Rouden-
bush and Mrs. James \\ White-
head.
Dade County has been in the
forefront of the Operation Head
Start program, which is part of
the nation's war on poverty, and
is administered by the United
States office of Economic Oppor-
tunity. The mammoth preschool
program last summer enrolled
500.000 youngsters in 2,400 com-
munities. The cost in federal funds
was some S95 million, with local
communities contributing another
$12 million.
Some 4.T000 teachers, doctors
nurses, and social workers i i
involved in the program, as w< I
as thousands of paid and unpa
volunteers who helped oul in -i
variety of ways.
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Who were these men who
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modern Israel.
It is an inspiring booklet ft
young and old alike, and is avail-
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In addition to the booklet. Y
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D Instant Handwash
Shoe Shine Set
1 Travel Cooler
Q Travel Accessories Case
? Shoe Mittens Set
n O-ld Water Soap
D Letter Writing Kit
? Leather Trip Diary
? Tipping and Currency Guide
Leather Memo Account Pad
D Leather Passport Case
? Travel Alarm Clock
[ I Foreiqn Money Changer
? Kodak Super 8 Movie
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G Renaud Sun Glasses
Lark Nylon Garment Baq
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Emersion Water Heater
Flectric four-cup coffee
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D Cordless electric toothbrush
? Cordless electric razor
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] Record Album- French,
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G Celebrity Shoe Tote
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sall> fMrs. Sanford Rothnian was born in Duquesne.
Pa. She was a mischievous little girl, but took her duties
a> the big sister of the family seriously: in fact, according
to her family, she still is the ideal big sister. The family
moved to Akron. O. where Sally became a career woman.
She was a buyer for a large dress shop, which included
traveling, first to New York then California, always dressed
in the height of fashion Indeed, she was called a fashion
plate.
Now. Sally wears -pink uniforms all of the time, but
that is getting ahead of my story.
Fifteen years aso. she and Sandy
moved to Miami Beach. They have
a family here and also thou.ht
that Miami's marvelous weather
would be cood for "the bones''
Their daughter. Margie Brown,
la Th < an I
ndchildren, rai ging from ten
to twenty-four Sally
d to be a nu
but when she i-as ., girl, it wasn't
the thing to be a Florence Night-
ingale.
Wanting to do voluntei r
went to
Ml Sinai Hospital to lend a hand.
N only did she lend a hand, but
she has lent her lil ausi she has usl been pn
*ith a ten-thousand hour service pii bj the Women's
i*rj ": Ml Si as well as .::. award never -
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nts as ai aid and I ps rail
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than what
e letters s gets 1 fi enl them-
beer th nt of her many kindm -
Sand) is as ; roud of the pin and award p ented ;.t
Sit : installation meeting as if he had reo iv<
lay to Friday. Sally spends at the hospital. There is
no time for extra hobbies, except a relaxing swim in the
pool ever} day when she comes home from the hospital.
Dver the weekend, she is ;< model housewife, washing, iron-
ing, cooking and baking. Just to look at Sally Rothman
is to know she typifies the poem: "However you live, it
will show in your face. Not what you can get. but what
you can give.'"
Beachites to Wed
This Summer
Mr and Mrs Walter S Mack-
auf. of 4533 Adams Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Patricia Arlene. to Stanlej Otto
Abrams. son of Mr and Mrs Jess
Abrams. of 1930 Bay Or The fu
ture bride is the granddaughter of
Philip Berkowitz. of Miami
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and was a solo
twirler with the band. She is also
a graduate of the University of
Miami, where she received a Bach-
elor of Education degree.
While at the university. Mis-
Mackauf was on scholarship as a
member of the Hurricanette Corps.
For the past two years, she has
been a teacher at Santa Clara
Elementary School in Miami.
Mr Abrams is a graduate of
New York University, and is gen-
eral manager of the J N B Ac-
ceptance Corp of No. Miami
Beach.
The couple plans a July 31
wedding
Elayne Crane
To Wed in Fail
iri<
of Bal Harbow
announci tl
Am
Nieman, son i: M ai
ton S. Neimar of Mia
The futun v le i-
Miami -Dade '
Her fiance attended ?
Academy ant! -. adu
Miami-Dade Ju i< Col
affiliated with S in
Product-
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Brandeis Women
Set Installation
Mrs Emanuel Selznick will be
installed as president of the Louis
D. Brandeis Women's Club on Sat-
urday at the Workmen's Circle
building. 25 Washington Ave The
installation ceremony will begii
at 8 p.m.
William A Taylor, executive
director of Variety Children's Hos-
pital, will address th<
and present a donation to the hos-
pital
to be installed are Mrs
Lena Vagoda. vici
Ruth Schuldiner, counsel; Mrs.
rothy lx>eb. >
retar\. Mrs Bertha Thierman, re-
coi ling secretary- Mrs i
Wei Fn
1 Bun Mrs Jen-
-. inshim
Mrs Eva
Mrs Tillie Friedman, publicity
chairman.
Board of director- to serve for
the coming year include- Mr-
Bertha Tepper, Mrs Ceil Isaacs,
Mrs. Hannah Leavy, Mrs Matty
Bader. Mrs Jennie Plotolf. Mr-
Sophie Fischitti. Mr- Esther Kad
mi. and Mrs Lena Caldron.
Coining Sunday May 22
?AT
DAY
w.r r Khr
miSS PA1KICIA MACKAUf
Beth Torch Picks
Camp Director
In in Montgomery, educator and
camp director in the Miami com
munity. will head the Beth Torah
Pay lamp for the coming summer
season. Mrs Ewald Ziffer. camp
commitl an. annouruvd
M mery. uno 'ia~ served as
physical education director and
teacher at the Hebrew Academy
for the past six ai and as di
rector : ca nps in Miami, upstate
lifomia II h 'ad
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nsel the program hich
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rr;day. May 20, 1966
knilr Fkrfd'^fkr,
Page 9-B
<3
TEMPLE Emanu-El held its
Dedication Dinner and Rail
his past Sunday evening at the
Diplomat Hotel. Celebrating the
lalfuay mark toward the tern-
, |c's Roal t build a new Social
ilall and School Ruilding. the
-all was chaired by Alexander
Muss Mrs. Muss chose a black
>ilk crepe gown topped with a
fluffed petal jacket. Rab-
] Irving Lehrman'8 wife was in
. white silk brocade gown and
ing coal trimmed with
mink cuffs.
Max Boderman, wife of
i n pi :'s president, was in a
li e\ ed gold lace v.n\\ n.
.:- I he color choice of I he
: neck gow n woi n by Mrs
'Hand. Inverted tulips
. ;'il and orange on black
- se< n on Mrs. A 1.
an Mrs Melvin Cohen
stole and hemline in
d fringe which matched
lute sh'-er wool fabric ol
Mrs W s Wallach's
Ik alpaca had gold bugle
- embroidered in a leal
; hi'r bodice
C CKING pmk chiffon in a
ereo vi ash w ith a full-
.'i ng coat >.a- Mrs
Wash ton's choice Her
. trimrm i v. il h -;: v i
bead ;: Samui 1 l.ipton
oral pink silk satin with a
i i bodice, and inatchinj
capelette. Mrs. Harry Sn
i a wim'colored gown had
racelet-len'gth sleeves. Rlack
tantilly lace over ice blue satin
.i- Mrs. Steve earner's choice
>r the ball. Her matching stole
i ui in a deep triangular pat-
i in.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Mevers
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wore a shocking pink silk satin
gOWti with long sleeves. Oriental
silk print featuring ombre pinks
was selected by Mrs Milton
Meyer. Her gown had its own
matching jacket cut in the chanel
style. Foliage green chiffon with
a jeweled bodice was worn by
Mrs Harry Rott. Mrs. Sam Black's
white satin bodice was embroid-
ered in gold. Her skirt and stole
were in shocking pink. Also
choosing the popular long sleeves
was Mrs. Abe Green. Her black
i Id lace gown featured deep
<.< : insi its near the hemline
lor added flare.
IkJRS. Sam Halperin's mint
"* green chiffon had panniers
created the "cage" sil
ette. Whtie silk brocade with
ewel embroidered V necked
bodict was worn bv Mrs William
11 Gordon Shocking pink satin
detail.Mi the i mpire bodice, and
her coal was also h the sho
pink White raw -ilk which
huge crystal bagettes scattered
over the gown and cape was
worn by Mrs Louis Bieler Gold
satin, trimmed with silver-lined
bugle heads and crystals, was
Mrs. Saul Kaplan- choice for
the evening. Lilac chiffon, with
the empire bodice handed in a
deeper shade of velvet, was seen
on Mrs. Reha Kaiin. Her skirt
was intricately draped and term-
inated in the harem hemline.
Black silk crepe in the classic
sheath silhouette was the choice
of Mrs. Jules Glickstcin. Her
stole and handband were match-
ing, and were of white lace over
black. Mrs. Samuel Kahn's gown
was in multi-colors in the water-
color-wash treatment. Her con-
toured stole was in a matching
fabric. A gold net "cage" covered
the gold satin sheath worn by
Mrs. Maurice Proger The en-
semble came from Paris where
it was hand-beaded in gold bugle
beads.
Mrs. A. J. Molasky was in a
white satin brocade sheath with
a slashed neckline. Ice pink with
tear drop fringes of caviar heads
was worn by Mrs. Alex Richard-
son. Mrs. Andre liialolenki chosi
white satin with an alencon lace
bodice trimmed with crystal tear
drops. Mrs. Kmil Morton, who
sang after the dinner, chose a
lemon yellow strapless puffed
silk brocade with an off-the-shoul-
der matching cape jacket
MR. AND IMS. StU KASHIN
Cohen Synagogue
Fetes Rczshins
Saturday Morn
The Jaeab C Cohan Community
Synagogue will offer special serv-
ices in honor of the golden wed-
ding anni\cisav> of Mr. and Mrs
Sol Rash in on Saturday. H a.m.
Rashin. founder member and
corresponding secretary' of the
congregation, and director of the
Religious Zionist Organization of
America for the State of Florida,
is active in many major religion-
organizations of the community
He is also a former vice pres-
ident of the Union of Orthodox
Congregations of America.
A special Shalos Seudos will be
arranged in honor of the couple.

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rheodore Trushin, Mrs. Ren
Kanner, Mis. Harry Smith, and
Mrs Robert Somerstein.
Principal Leroy D. Peinberg will
install the officers for the coming
year. Outgoing president, Mrs
Harry R. Smith, will turn over the
gavel to Mrs. Theodore M. Tru-
shin.
Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Paul Rosen, first vice pres-
ident: Mrs. David Morris, second
vice president: Mrs Nicholas
Stern, recording secretary; Mrs.
Robert Somerstein. corresponding
secretary: and Mrs Manuel Zaiac,
treasurer
Fashion show with teachers and
mothers as models will feature
clothes by Patti's Limited Fash-
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chairman
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Friday. May 20. I9C6
Dr. Max Nussbaum to Address Regional
ZOA Culminating Banquet Here May 27
I.. May, "I Nashville, Tnn.,
tenl <>t the seven-state South-
east lituKin of thi- Zionist Organi-
n di America, has announced
the appoinliueut 01 Miami Beach
Zionist leader. Abraham Grunhut,
.is chairman of the ,rand banquet
Off. MAX NUSSBAUM
that will close the region"- 28th an-
nual conference on Sunday even-
May 29. in the Fontaine Room
,1 the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Sidney Raymond, of Miami
Beach, is serving as chairman of
the four-da v conference which will
start on Friday evening, May 27.
and will end with business ses-
sions on Monday afternoon. M.iy
30. According to Grunhut, a record
turn-OUt of South Florida JeWT) i-
expected at the banquet which is
open to the public.
Outstanding Zionist leaders
from the entire South will be
present to participate in the ban-
quet, as well as the activities of
the conference. Reservations for
the banquet may be secured
from the ZOA oHice, 1370 Wash-
ington Ave.
Guest speaker at the Sunday
evening banquet will be Dr. Max
Nussbaum, ni Los Angeles, Calif.,
.1 -t national president of the
" ho has addn >sed fund ions
... i i \'
rid the I nited States
m. spiritual leader
i Israel, II' llj wood.
i- ,, gi adual e of the Breslau
ah Theological Seminary v
the age ol 25, he served m rabbi
i the Great Jewish Congregation
<>f Berlin, where he remained un-
til leaving Germany. Through Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Nussbaum
was brought to this country. Dr.
Wise had met him in London on
the occasion of the Jewish-Arab
conference in 1939.
After serving as director of the
Jewish Student Center at the State
University of Oklahoma, he as-
i i the pulpit oi Temple Israel
in 1942.
In the critical years of the Hit-
regime, Dr, Nussbaum, as e n
tact man for Dr. Chaim Weiimann,
brought constant reports from Ger-
many to London on the situation
of German Jewry, and was re
sponsik'e for bringing many of the
Jews out of Germany into the free
world.
Dr. Nussbaum was a member
of the first United Jewish Ap-
peal delegation to Palestine in
1948 and again in 19S3. He has
attended several World Zionist
Congresses and is a member of
the important World Zionist Ac-
tions Committee. He has also
been a delegate to the World
Conference of the UJA in Jeru-
salem
Dr. Nussbaum is the recipient
of a Doctor of Divinity degree
from the Hebrew l'nion College
and of a Doctor of Literature de-,
giee from Dropsie College. In ad-1
dition to his present position as
national chairman of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, he is a na-
tional vice president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, honorary
president of the American Jewish
Congress, Southern California dis-
tricts, a member of the regional
board of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, a member
of the national board of governors
ol Bonds for Israel, and a member
of the administrative board ol the
Hebri w L'nion College.
l>r Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EL a national vice pus
ident of the ZOA and chairman of
the National ZOA Speakers Bur-
eau, will be installing officer at
the banquet.
President-elect of the region
is Rabbi David Shapiro, of Tem-
ple Sinai, Hollywood. Also parti-
pating in the program will be
Shimon Yallon, Israel Consul
General to the Southeast United
States, and Rep. Claude Pepper,
U.S. Congressman from Florida.
Ent rtainmenl and a perform-
ance b> i. 11 ou Israel
dance troupe have also b
planned.
Serving as vice chairmen of the
banquet are Ben Giller, Albert F.
;>. Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Isaac Donen, Max Parness and
Morris Simon. The committee of
workers includes Morris Minov,
Fred Haas. Aaron Kahane, Max
Raskin, Ezra Finegoid, William
Agranove, William Silverstein, Ja-
cob C. Fishman. Julius J Kosen-
stein. Irving Schatzman. Herman
Weintraub. Abe Rubin. Meyer
Siegel. Greta Shubow. Sylvia Mey-
ers. Rose Simon. Faye Ruddy, and
Joseph Amigo.
Fine at Helm
Of Meet Here
Florida Bupern .
will hold its 21-1
meeting at the D
Country Club on .\:. 27 ,
Ronald I I m [ho S
Division of Food I
Miami, and presidi nt of
elation, will presidi over
scheduled to take
of seminars.
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Rabbi Dr. Abraham B. Hecht, president of the Rabbinical
Alliance of America, and Rabbi Chaim U. Lipschitz. director
of the Community Service Bureau of Yeshiva and Mesivta
Torah Vodaath, present a plaque to James W. Austin, pres-
ident of Northeast Airlines, in recognition of Northeast's con-
tinuing policy of offering half-fare tickets to members of the
clergy. Northeast's policy has been in effect since 1957.
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Emanu-EI Opens
Fall Registration
Registration for Temple Emanu-
El's nursery, elementary, religious,
and confirmation departments of
its youth education program is
now taking place.
Children age 3 to 5 are offered
a program of experience in Jew-
ish living in the nursery and kind-
i rgarten Parents may register
their children from 0 to 12 a.m..
Monday through Friday
The elementary school is the
sole Conservative synagogue
day school in the Southeast
United States. The program, un-
der the direction of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, has qrades one through six.
Registration takes place Monday
through Friday from 9 to 3:30
p m.
I up. I
t the i
ll oilers a Ih.
am.
A Sunday School and confirma-
tion department for youngsters :s
to 14 years old \s red,
I roti (I Syi Youth and
'i Judai ,i round out the syn-
schedule of educational
plans.
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Hears Portney
Dr. Samuel A. Portney. chair-
man of the History Department at
Florida Atlantic University, will
be guest speaker at a combined
installation dinner dance of the
Miami. Miami Beach, and North
Dade-Broward County Workmen's
Circle Branch on Sunday at the
Algiers Hotel.
Dr. Portney. a specialist in mod-
ern European history and 20th
century' Russian history, will speak
on the "Ferment on the American
College Campus."
He came to the Boca Raton
school after teaching at Trenton
State College in New Jersey In
the summer of 1965, he worked in
several archives in West Germany
in connection with his post doc
toral research in recent German
history.
I-eonard Zilbert, member of the
Miami Beach branch, will he in-
stalling officer
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'pJewisti FtfirSdiiniri
Tage 11-B
Nev.y-elected officers of the Florida Women's
D:v on, American Jewish Congress, plan the
an:. 1 donor luncheon to be held Tuesday
at ti e Eden Roc Hotel. Left to right are Mrs.
:le Stern, president, Coral Gables-Miami
:er; Mrs. Sy Reese, North Dade Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter; Mis. Harold Druker, Wom-
en's Division fund-raising vice president; Mrs.
Sylvia Silvers, president, Justine Chapter; Mrs.
Joseph Albuguerque, president, Louis Wise
Chapter. (See story. Page 6-B.)
Academy Groups En Lato Supper; installation Set
v ler "Qrst" h;is been ini-
. ii the constitutent organ-
- ol the Hebrew Academy,
- group, PTA, and Hebrew
Women,
\ embers and friends of flic
mII '.Miller this Saturday
30 p.m.. at the Deauville
r an evening of fun and
entertaiiuiMfflt.
Vi Dr Matthew Zuckerman. co-
chairmen of the evening, a pro-
gram featurin the Temple
-El Players in the widely
.ed 'Tevya and His Daugh-
ters will tje presented.
i >wing tht> performance, a
late supper will be served, when
Joseph Cohen, chairman ol the
nominating committees, will pre-
sent the slate of Hebrew Academy
officers to be elected for the com-
ing year.
To be elected are l.ouis Mcr-
witzer, president; honorary life
presidents. Dr. David S, Andron.
Harry Genet, Ben I Hinder;
honorary vice presidents. Munis
Bienenfeld, Jacob Cohen. Charles
Fruchtman, Archie Greenberg,
Jacob Kaufman. Raymond Rubin.
Wolfie Cohen: Samuel Reinhard.
first vice president; Joseph Cohen,
second vice president: Leonard
Rosen, chairman, hoard of direc-
tors: Prof. George Pickar, vice
chairman, executive committee.
Vice presidents. Charles Char-
cowsky, Irving Firtel, Joseph Gon-
shor, Oscar Member, Charles Kalh.
Jacob Kifkin. l.ouis Rudnick. Os-
car B. Schapiro: Jerome Bienen-
feld, treasurer: Dr. Matthew
Zuckerman, assistant treasurer;
J. Jerry Schechter. financial sec-
retary; Benjamin Appel. auditor;
Herman Bisenbore, general sec-
retary: Henry Penchansky. cor-
responding secretary; Moses
Grundwerg, assistant correspond-
in secretary.
Oeth Sholem Sets
Election Sunday
Annual election breakfast ol the
Brotherhood of Beth ShoJc-m will
be held on Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in
the Temple auditorium, 4144
Chase Ave.
Officers to be formally elected
are Jack Shapiro, honorary pres-
ident; James Knopke, president;
Joseph PardO, president-elect;
Aaron Farr. Jack M. Fink. Harold
Granoff, Harvey Kramer. Morris
Miller, Sidney Ross, Judge Phillip
Schlissel, Walter B. Lebowitz.
vice presidents: Sam Rudt. re-
cording secretary: David Muskat,
corresponding secretarj; and Leon
Unger, treasurer.
Members of the board of di-
rectois are Jack Abbott. Joseph
Ash, Bernardo Benes. Paul Blum-
berg Michael Bruiner. Marvin
Cooper. Philip Davis. Meyer Don.
David Drucker, Ted Dysart. Dr.
Meyer Bggnatz, Paul Gaier, Gary
Gerson, Frank Hepps, Melvin Lan-
dow. Dr. Sanford Levine, Samuel
Merlin. Dr. Robert Marnn. Dr.
Morris Milstein, Marvin Pehr,
Philip Postelnek, Melvin Richard.
Sidney Rockwell. Bernard Rosen.
Seymour Silverman, Joseph Sil-
verstein, l.ouis Snetman, J. Ber-
nard Spector, Martin Steiner.
Bernard Steller, Irwin Tephs and
Jack Wagner.
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installation of officers on Wednes-
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man. Sid Lewis. Dave Rifas, Sam
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Stone. Morris Burk. Jack Com
short, Harold Spaet, and Jessie
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Melvin Richard. Miami Beach
Councilman, installed officers of
the Biscayne Chapter. Women's
American ORT. at a luncheon in
the Algiers Hotel Mrs. Sam Schill-
ing was chairman of the day.
New officers are Mrs. David
Kanenson. president: Mrs. Eva
Steinhardt, Mrs. Abe Edclman,
Mrs Lee Boiler, Mrs. Elsie Moses,
Mrs. Syd Strauss, vice presidents:
Mrs Ralph Smith, treasurer: Mrs
Sam Schilling, financial secretary:
Mrs. Billie Kollens. recording see
retary; Mrs. Alice Freeman, coi
responding secretary: Mrs, Ira
Werner, parliamentarian
Mrs Sam Avrach, of the Region
aal Board, delivered the invoca
tion and Mrs. Florence Kupper
man. president of Southeastern
Florida Begion, gave greetings.
Tribute to Or Olom Faculty
Late Friday evening services at
Or ( i ncluded a tril
to the i members ol the
Sundi hool fa cult) M 11
Solomon, principal, .lack Altn
Mis .lack Lubin. Ralph Fistel, Di
Bert Kleinian. Mrs. t iirolvn I lies
man. Mrs Ruth Kaufman, Mrs
Shirley Kahn. and Mrs. H. Turner.
Home Volunteers
To be Recognized
Douglas Gardens Jewish Home
for the Ayed will hold its annua
volunteer "Recognition Coffee and
Lunch1' on Tuesday. 9:90 a.m.. at.
the Home.
The Home will honA&tnfce thai'
75 volunteers of tht '^fiational
Council of Jewish "Women, now
in its 12th year of service to the
residents of the Home, atld the
Home Volunteer Service Corps.
Part of the program will con-
cern itself with an evaluation of
the volunteer service during the
past year, progress made and fu
tine planning. Discuskmg the pro
mam will be Mi- BAdAQ Gordon
supeivisor in charge Of the group
activity program, she will also
discus> the Friendly \ isitin.. anc
Escort Service Program,
Greetings will be given b> Mrs
Edwin Oppenheim, newly-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew
ish Women. Mrs. William Brenner,
pa*t president of Council, and Mrs
Harry Orleans, vice president in
charge of services.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman. pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary of the Home, will pay tribute
to the volunteers and present jjifts
to them, made by the residents in
their sewing group. Mrs. Nathan
Botnik, Council Senior Citizen
chairman at the Home, will chair
the meeting.
Residents Choral Group con
ducted by Mrs. Edith Krause
NCJW volunteer, will lead the
group in original selections dedi
eated to the volunteers m appre-
ciation for their services through-
out the year. Mrs. L.vlian Lc Vine
will accompany residents at the
piano. An original musical prayer,
entitled "M> Message to God."
with music written by Mrs.
Krause. will be sung by Dora Son-
is. resident, and accompanied on
the tnelodica by resident. Mrs.
Nadja Perchikoff, who also wrote
the words for tin prayer.
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Candidates Whirl Toward Runoff
I!.' :. '.; active "i \ i
work \i :ucs tor Da
youngsters, United Fund, and
numerous civic organizations.
Dade Count', nit > .../ill join their lians is the
state in going to the polls Tuesday -t of
candidates up for eoi >ri Other listings
Jim Hendrie
The race tor a school hoam jeal
by .lim Hendrie. the incumbent in
District 1. "is a bis test between
those who feel we have to spend
money whether we have it or not.
against those who believe we must
first get the money on a reason-
able tax basis and then spend it."
The tiig issue is teachers' sal-
aries. 'Hendrie said, and added
that "I, with other board members,
bad voted down the $25,000,000
demand,i}y.. J'ACE. the teachers" {
organization"
The board later compromised
with .,a ($9,000,000 raise, "which'
meanf.. wft.had >to dip into funds
v itally. needed for other things like
painting apd, repairs."
I jiiii'
. Donald Bit mack
Donald Uarmack. former Metro
judge and former assistant state
attorney, is a candidate.'tor* Q|*T-
inal Court Judge ft1 (ItWp 3 '
hikes MUM decisive in nature.''
Barmafik, ebo has practiced law j
since Jiis,ervice as a Metro judge.'
stressed-fmy experience as a de-,
fense attorney and prosecutor:"
He served in the Navy during
World War II. and is ajnembej; or
Mahj Shrine. Elks. Florida Asso-
ciation of Criminal Defense At-
torneys. National Association of.'
Defense Attorneys in Criminal
Cases, and the Dade County, Flor-
ida and American Bar Associations.
Honry Kamp
Henry Alexander Kamp. Miami.
Beach attorney and candidate for
Democratic committeeman in Dis-
trict 20. announced this week an
error on the ballot.
He is incorrectly listed as liar
ry A. Kamp.
Henry' A. Kamp has served for
two years as a municipal judge
and is past commander oi tne
Surfside-Baj Harbor Post of the
Jewish War Veterans
Leo Furlong
l-eo Furlong, supervisor of the
Naranja Drainage District, has an-
nounced that a Circuit Court order
for the final distribution of the
S35.C00 tax refund of the Naranja
Drainage District has been signed
by Judge Joe Eaton.
The 33 property owners who
were certified to have owned the
land as of November 1. 1963. have
been mailed refund checks at the
rate of S6.60 per acre. These re-
fund checks vary in amounts from
as little as $33. to as much as
511.009.59.
Furlong, a candidate for state
representative in Group 15. be-
lieves that this is a precedent-
making decision and is a "first" in
recent Florida history, "and at a
time when' taxes seem to be uni-
formly goiiv; up at all levels of
govern nfent!""'
Since there, m other public
quasi-cAfJarfifioii* similar to the
Naranja Drainage District holding
surplus *>!SiSed tax reserve
revenue that could be refunded to
the taxpayers .,under the similar .
procedure as employed by the Nar-
anja Drainage District. Furlong
hopes that 'the decision of my
district will cause these agencies
to take measures to refund money
and also to dissolve themselves if
their purposes have been accom-
plished."
Holmes Braddock
Incumbent Holmes Braddock.
seeking reelection to thP Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion for District 4. stressed this
week that he is running county
wide.
Endorsed by PACE, political
arm of Dade's school teachers.
Braddock is a successful insurance
executive.
He and his wife. Ruth, are both
honor graduates of the University
of Miami. Braddock was a member
of Iron Arrow, Omicron Delta
Kappa, "Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities," an edi-
tor of the Hurricane,
As a member of the school board
Braddock says "I constantlv fought
for progressive policies in educa-
tion, administration and fiscal pol
icy."
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Robert G. DuVel
Robert G. DuVal believes that
as a native Miamian. practicing
attorney and businessman. "I un-
derstand the needs of Dade County
and the state."
Among the most important planks
in DuVal's platform are "tax relief
to the real estate owner by :; ting a fairer share of Dade County
taxes for Dade County and the
increase of benefits to our senior
citizens by taking full advantage
of Federal Aid funds and pro-
grams"
DuVal is a candidate for state
representative in Group 7 II- Is
a graduate of Miami Edison High
School and the University of Mi
ami Law School, and has been a j
practicing attorney for more than j
15 years. In addition to the practice |
of law. DuVal has been actively
engaged in the development of |
, land in Central Florida. He is
married and has three children.!
An Army veteran of World War
| II, he served for two years in the
j European Theater of Operations.
He is a member of a pioneer
Florida family. One of his ances-
tors. William P. DuVal, was the
: first civilian territorial governor
' of Florida.
*
Jerry Carter
Incumbent Jerry W. Carter this
week received the endorsement of I
Emmett S. Roberts in his bid for'
: relection to the Florida Public!
Service Commission on Group 2.
Roberts was a close third in the
May 3 primary, and said, "I have
great respect for Jerry Carter's
seyice to the Public Sevice Com-
mission and the Democatic Party,
, and endorse him in the runoff."
j Carter has long been active in
the Democratic Party, and was a
leader in the Roosevelt. Truman,
Stevenson. Kennedy and Johnson
campaigns.

Ronald Friedman
Ronald M. Friedman, candidate
for District Democratic commit
teeman in District 29. is a gradu-
ate accountant. A member of the
Bar and Gavel Society, he was
graduated from the University of
North Carolina.
Son oi i idge and Mrs. Milton a
Friedman, he is an officer of the
Young Democrats of Dade County
and ha- been endorsed bj several
civic groups
Jay P. Kendrick
Jay I' Kendrick. constable in
District 3. picked up new support
n his I electioi
fii
and ChU Deputy Const a I le D\ id
R. Jacobsoh announced their en-
. sements for Ki ndi ick.
Coral Gables Mayor Jerrj Dres-
and Commissioners Joe
Murphy. George M. Wilson. W
Keith Phillips, Jr., and w. li. chap-
nan also endorsed Kendrick, as
did State Sen. George L. Hollahan
and Rep. Jesse H. Yarborough.
Kendrick, a graduate of Miami
High and the University of Miami,
also attended the University of
! Florida and is former chief zoning
inspector of Dade County. He has
bocn active in civic affairs and was
police-trained in government serv-
ice.
Vernon Kolloway
Vernon C. Holloway. Democratic
candidate for the state legislature
,n Group 13, this week picked up
the endorsement of Dade civic and
religious leader Sam Spector.
Holloway paced the seven-man
field in the May 3 primary and
emphasized "my record in com-
munity service and government
study organization.-.."
"We need men in the state le-
gislature who have a record of
achievement in the community,
men who judge others with fair-
ness and good fellowship. That's
why 1 shall vote for my friend,
Vernon Holloway." Spector de-
clared.
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Bob Brake
Bob Brake believes the key point
in the Group 18 state representa-
tive runoff race will be "my record
i ars of residence ai
Ice ti '. community."
"Da County nee Is a man who
can re < l I experience in loc.t.
airs a".! government," Brake
-.i at a rally tins week "My
performance record has been
clearly established."
"As a Dade County commission-
er, the 39-ycar-old Coral Gables
lawyer was known as a hard work-
er and a constant lighter against
special interests." his supporters
state. "He initiated action on coun-
ty libraries, a lot-clearing ordin-
ance, a pollution control otdinance
and water districts." according to
his backers. ,- _
tee
Evelyn Decky
Evelyn Decky. Miami Beach
clubwoman and civic leader, has
filed for election as a Dade County-
Democratic committeewoman.
"She has been active for many
years in national, state and local
campaigns and long has been
identified with the leadership in
Democratic Party affairs." her
supporters state.
Ralah Poston
Ralph R. Poston's leadership in
brotherhood activities was ex-
pounded by his supporters this
week as the state representative
stepped up his drive for nomina-
tion to the State Senate in District
46.
Poston. a long-time member of
the National Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews, "took the lead in
iftering Beth David facilities at
the Kendall Methodist Church."
his supporters declare. The Miami
congregation, oldest Conservative
synagogue in Dade County, has


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and civic worker
successful record
and my endorsement
Miami daily neu ,:,
spoke around the counts
Elton Gissendanner
Elton J Gissendanner i- candi
date for the Florida Slat, S,, 1
in District 45. ,a''
The candidate. 38. is a North
Miami councilman and forme
mayor. He is past president of'the
Dade County Council of Vavor'
and recently received the North
Miami Chamber of Commerce
Outstanding Achievement Ward
"I believe," saul Gissendanner
that the greatest threat to Flor
ida progress is an inferior educa
tional system We must upgrade
current facilities and inject new ^,
strength and scope into our tech *
nological schools and universities
Coming Sunday May 22
DAT
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an outstanding Record of Accomplishment is
LEO FURLONG
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There're
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Days for Dade
Ahead
VOTE
COUNTY WIDE
LEVER
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AGAIN ELECT
LEO FURLONG
YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
35 years old. married, four children.
Dade County resident 18 years.
University of M.ami graduate, 1952. Football &
Boxing teams.
Reco9ni,ed by U.S. Jr Chamber of Commerce oi
one of the "Outstanding Young Men of Amenta".
Successful banker, insurance executive, real eiia'e
manager, legislator, but.neu and c.vic leader
Captain U S Army Reserve and member of the Re-
serve Officers Aitociation.
Pan Prei.dem. Tamiam, h .anii Club.
Adult educor.an readier, Dade Count, School Sy|.
tern.
Supervisor. Narania Drainag,' D.,'
Member of 1963 64 Florida legislature.
Director ond Co Chairmon, National Conference of
Christions and Jews.
Former Vice-Chairman. Metro Miami Rio*) Ml
Board.
Key man. Certificate of Merit, and o'> : Cora
Gables Junior Chamber of Commerce
Fourth Degree Knights ol Columbus
Memner Si Thomas The, Apostle ColholiC Chu
President. Miami Alumni Chaplei
Frale'nily
Member. Economy Society of South Flondj
Member, M, jm. Dade Chamber ol
3e > i o. 11.
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Highlight of the Beth Torah Hebrew School cation director; Miss Carol Mackenzie music
Graduation exercises will be a cantata under instructor; Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz- Mrs Jack
the direction of faculty members. In charge Diamond. Mrs. Irving Seidel instructors- Joel
include (left to nght) Abraham Gittelson, edu- Gottehrer. chairman, board of education.
Saga of Israel* At Beth Torah Graduation Fete
FOrty*two students will partici- r
pate in the sixth annual Hebrew;
School graduation exercises of
Beth Torah Congregation to be
held Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the
sanctuary.
Highlighting the exercises will
be the presentation by the classes
of a cantata entitled "The Saga of
Israel" under the direction of
instructors. Mrs. Irving Seidel,
Mrs. Jack Diamond. Emanuel
Rerger, and Miss Carol MacKenzie.
music instructor. Dr. Max A. Lip-
schitz will address graduates, and
diplomas will be presented by Joel
Gottherer. chairman, board of ed-
ucation.
Among awards endowed by
members of the congregation are
the Julius and Yetta Wolk Mem-
orial Award and the So! Sater
Memorial Award, both by Mrs.
Harold Wolk; Cavell Family
Award. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cav-
ell; George Bialeck and Jacob Aug-
enstein Memorial Award. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Augenstein; Naomi
Ruth Ostrov Jewish National Fund
Memorial Award, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Ostrov.
In addition, the Harold Wolk
Deadline Monday for i Issue
... lor
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[or
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today. Fridi M< mal dead-
the issue ol Juiv
idli
Adctfr Yeskurun Beach *W of Fame
Addition of anolhyr ,pj;ime to
the Miami Beach Hali^J^ame was
discussed at a spucJalilriwelfing of
a five-mari ririminatW,; -c^mimittete
last week. Held at the MlarrH1 Beach
First National Hank. -ptnS*ors of
thr permanent flail,' frie-'*meeting
was chaired by WarVferV 'L.' Felter.
vice president of the1 financial in-
stitution. The selection of the* nom-
inating committee will be an-
nounced on or about June 1, with
formal ceremonies afthe bank
honoring the new nominebl*
In New Run Here
Commandments'
"The Ten Commandments," Ce-
ril B DeMille'a epic spectacle, took
ears in planning, three years
ng, and two years in actual
pi ii lion.
The Ten Commandments"
: ning to the Greater Miami
i ^'lov.ing at the Lincoln.
i. 17 th St.. Trail. Florida.
.!, Palm Drive In, and
til '. :
.----' ;a;t, biogtsl ever
fo a sing1* Tilm,
- i mc I 'i '.i ij.000 and
Ihcrlton Htiton.
ml esei
i and Te hnicolo
ocatii ii Egypl ai
insula at places described
Bible.
awesome dramatization of
life of Moses presents such
.ir sequences as the ten
.us. the building of an F.gyp-
treasure city, the parting o(

liar
CHARllON HtSTON
the Red Sea. the Burning Bush.
and Hoses receiving the Lords
Commandments on Mount Sinai.
Scene horn "Khartoum," in Cinerama, and starring Charlton
rieaton and Sir Laurence Olivier, which will premiere at the
Sheridan Theatre on June 30. The United Artist release will
j-e presented on a two-day basis, at 2 and 8:30 p.m.
HAPPY SHEVUOTH HOLIDAY TO ALL
POTTKttY TNEMMMTEn
factory Direct Unlimited Oucnrifies Wriife Ch'na Wear
""30 M.W. 15'h AVE. Open 9 to 6 dtvty <" 1585
Memorial Award for "excellence
in overall scholarship," endowed
by Mrs. wolk, will be presented.
Students participating in the
graduation include:
Fern Abramowitz, Roger Baruch.
Rose Edith Berson. Kenneth Gold-
berg, Leonard Goldstein, David
Helfman, Penny Hirschberg, Ar-
thur Jaffe. Russell Kagan. Larry
Kahn. Alan Karp, Richard Katz-
man, Mark McKinney. Louis Mish-
aan, Sharon Ross, Bonnie Schaffel.
Sondra Schonwetter.
Mark Shusterman, Evan Tavlor.
David Toth. Michael Barth. Paul
Blauhut. Russell Bookbinder. Rich
ard Browdy. Andy Burton. Mat
thew Caidin. Steven Chayt, Steven
Hackmyer. Donald Hornstein, Ber-
nard Jaffcs. Mildred Katz. Richard
Kaufman. Frediic Lanes. Robert
Levy.
Benjamin Lieberman. Edward
Nussbaum. Martin Rosenblum, Hal
Rosenhluth. Arnold Silver. David
Silverman. Richard Snyder, I
Toth.
Fetes Graduates
Hebrew School graduation exer-
cises will lie beM at Temnle Adath
Ye-huiun on Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Graduates are Stanley Adelman.
Linda Blumenfeld. Susan Cannan,
David Goldstein, Bonnie llcrsh.
Leon Unit/. Stephen Landau. How-
ard Levenson, Susan Miller. Gary
Morris. Saul Rubin. David Skup
and Harris Solomon.
Students who have distinguish-
ed themselves in final tests, given
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will receive awards. Nathan
Stern is school principal.
Following reception ^q Head MJCItTli
will be given by the Sisterhood and
the parents ot the graduates.
Bialolenki
lilli
-
Senior Citizens
Hear Speaker
Art Hallgreen, vice president of:
the Florida AFL-ClO. spoke on the I
rent subsidy bill at a meeting of
the Florida Senior Citizens Club 21
last Tuesday at the Miami Beach :
Federal.
Also present on the program
was Dr. Hyman Rosenkrantz, pres-
ident of the Dade County Chiro-
practic Soc'ety, who spoke on how ,
to cope with present stresses.
Mrs. Bella Schwartz was'
crowned Mother of the Year at
a Mother's Hay celebration on
ruesday at the Floridian Hotel.
Participating in the program were
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ray. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard April. Harry Asi-
mow. and .Mrs. Goldie Green.
UN Association
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki will
be installed as president-elect of
the Miami Beach Chapter, United
Nations Association, at its annual
installation dinner May 28 at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Bialolenki was born in Paris,
and is a graduate of City College
of New York. He lives at 520 E.
DiLido Dr.
Guest speaker at the dinner will
be D>\ Irving E. Muskat. Miami
Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt will
serve as installing officer.
Bayard Strell will be master of
ceremonies, and entertainment will
he provided by Wally Gluck. Din-
ner chairman is Mrs. Toby Eman-
uel. In charge of tickets are Mrs.
Dora Hill and Mrs. Zelda Thau.
Cocktails will he served begin-
ning at 7:30 p.m. The dinner will
begin at 8 p.m.
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Friday. May 20. 1366
^ Lance Rodan Ellen is in the seventh grade at
On Saturday morning, May 21, John F. Kennedy Junior High, and
at temple Sinai. Lanoe Rodan will in ,ne fourth grade at Bcih Torah,
be Bar Mit/vah during sen ices at where she is a member of the
Washington Federal, 699 NE 187th Junior choir and of L'SY.
A reception in honor of the eel
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ebrant is planned on Sunday even-
an, 1920 Alamanda Dr.. Lance '"- '" l"'1' h""u'
- a '.inih udent at No.
mioi Hi h, where he is a Lawrence Samuels
bet "i the i lub and Lawrenci I s, son of Mr and
ial Club Mrs Mart Si >u< Is, 7721 SW
st, 134th Ter ill beco ne Bar Mitz-
beam's I. bbj Is stamp- vah at Beth Da\ i ii r ation
on Sati May 2!.
Law rence a enth grader
Michael Kitt studenl at Palmetto High Si
on of Mr. and Mrs. and has been attendin Beth David
: :. Kitt. will be Bar Mitz- Religious School, He is interested
\ah on Saturday, May 21, at Con- '" baseball, tennis, swimming and
David fiercer
llene Kulbersh
Debby Jacobson
coin-collecting
Steven Wronker
Steve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don
aid Wronker. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. May 21, dur-
ing the morning service at Temple
B'nhi Raphael.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
al Carol Citj Junioi High and
Is in science lh< hobby i-
buildi Mb lei airplanes.
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
inuel Kitt. and Mr. and Mrs
- Sdijer. dI Mew York, will Zion
guests* ai reception Inncheon, Steve i- a seventh grade stu-
services al the Algiers dent at Rockway Junior High and
HoteL is interested in coin-collecting and
baseball.
Scotf Wolk Mr. and Mrs Wronker will host
Services martins the observant the Kiddush following the service
Scott W'olk'.s Bar Mitzvah will and will hold open house on Sun
m held at Beth Torah Congrega- day afternoon.
tion an Saturday morning, May 21.
Scott is the son of Mrs. Marjorie Mira Lomaskin
Wolk. 1001 NE 175th St.. and Mira. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
grandson ol Mrs Selma Sater. of jTheodore Lomaskin, 2121 SW 24tii
Miami. st will be Has Mitzvah on Ft
scott is in seventh grade at John daj evening, May 20. al Beth David
F. Kennedy Junior High and in Congregation,
the fourth grade of Beth Torah Mira is a seventh grade student
Harold Wolk Religious School, at Shenandoah High School She
named in memory of his father. has been attending Beth David Ke
A buffet supper al Beth Torah ligious School for the past eight
for lannly and friends on Saturday years, and is a member of the Jun-
night will be co-hosted by Evan ior Choir.
his Bar Abraham Lomaskin and Mr. and
Mrs J. Cohen, grandparents of
the celebrant, will attend the serv-
ices and the Oneg Shabbol spon-
Bar Mitzvah <.f David Samuel sored by her parents.
er uill !; on Wedni
M: :'~' first day Of ShavUOt. Andrew Howard
my. On Sal ning, May 21,
a seventl the Bar Mitzvah of \i dre
|v mi He- son ol Mr ai ,1 Mi R> llov
r, i-v d
ed.

ind 1 .S
I R-Ii
hool H
mcheon in In- hoi or Award I ce ii
Ellen Chasin
Suson Miller
Judy Teifler
Mira lomaikin
Judith /ss'-:org
Taylor, also observing
Mitzvah in the morning.
David Berger
set'. ices.
Debby Jacobson
Debby. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs
Sanford Jacobson, 325 With St. Brooklyn NY
Will celebrate her lias Mitzvah on
Saturday, May 21, ;,t Tempi,. Men
orah.
A seventh grade student at N'au
Kid ish ihi 1
Out-of-town gue Is will include
Vndreu paternal grandparents,
Ben Schelset of
Susan Miller
Susan Karol, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Gilbert Mdler. will be-
Jilus Junior High, Debb) also "at come'lias Mitzvah on'rri'dJv"even
tends the temple Religious School ing. May 20. at Temple Adath
>he is an accomplished pianist. Yeshurun.
plays m ,|,e school band, and par Susan is m (he seventh grade at
ed 111 the Junior Olympics. John F. Kennedy Junior High. Her
enjoys fishing, golfing, favorite subjects are mathematics
'emus and track. and science, and she is on the
principal's honor roll. She is in
Ellen Chasin the graduating class in Hebrew
Friday evening services at Beth School, and received an attendance
Torah Congregation on May 20 awar will include the Has Mitzvah of Mr a,ul Mls ''"'''P Miller are
Ellen Chasin. paternal grandparents, and Mrs
The celebrant is the daughter of ,ios" Protzel is maternal grand
Mr. and Mrs Norman Chasin motber of the celebranl Following
19621 NE lHth Pi., and grand- service. Mr. and Mrs Miller will
dauj hter of Mr and Mrs. Max ^ve ;| recePtion '" honor ol theii
student al Ponce de I.eon Junior
High, and has been attendin Bi
David Religious School for the
pasl five years. Her interests in
elude piano playing, sewing, swim-
ming and other wati r sports. Jud-
ith is also an honor student.
Mrs Pearl Issenberg. the cele-
brant's grandmother, uill attend
he services and Kiddush sponsor
ed by her parents.
Judy Teitler
Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Herman Teitler, of Coral Gables,
uill become Bas Mitzvah on Fri
day evening, May 20. at Temple
Zion.
Judj is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Icon Junior High.
She plays violin in the school or-
chestra, and also plays piano.
Ml and Mrs. Teitler will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
sen ici'
The celebrant is the grand-
daughter of the late Mr and Mrs
Isidore Teitler. founders of Temple
/ion.
-
Barry Wander
<'n Saturday morning. May 21.
Barry Michael Wander uill oh-
ser \ e Ins liar Mitz* ah at
Young 1-ra.l ol Greal 1 Miami
Servici will be folio ved I K
dush.
1- Ihi 01 ". and Mrs
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New Evi
Stephen Landau
- 1 hen Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidne) Landau, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
May 21, at Temple Adath Yc-h
u run.
Stephen is in the seventh grade
of John F. Kennedy Junior High,
where his favorite subnet 1- sci
ence. He plays baseball with the
Little League, He is an "A" stu
denl in the Hebrew School gradu-
ating class, and is a member of
lhe Junior Choir and Junior Con
tion.
Among guests v ill be Mr. and
Mrs 1.1 n .1. Pearl, mati rnal | rand
parent- Following the services Mr.
and Mrs Landau w ill ve a re
ception in honor ol their sun
llene Kulbersh
llene, daughter of Mr and Mrs,
Iruin Kulbersh. 1140 93rd St Baj
Harbor, will become Bas Mitzvah
Nassau Cruises
Feature Low Rate
For Under-21 Kids
Kenneth A. Osborne. vice pies
ident and general manager of P&O
Steamship Com pan v. has an-
nounced a new low rate to pai
ents so that they may include their
children under 21 in their Miami
Nassau cruise plans.
"Ten dollars each is all it will
cost.- Osborne declared. lor ..ur
liar three-da) Cruises to Nas-
sau, '': hamas from Pier 2 on Bis-
cayni Blvd."
on Friday evenii \|
Temple Menorah
llene is a studei I y)
ious school of th<
is an eighth gradi
Junior High, Shi
ident of the Stu
the temple reli [iou>
A reception in
honor will be held
day evening.
llene is the
Mr, Harry Goldmai
lintli Goldman, ol s
lhe late Sam and \:
of Atlanta. Ga
I
The company's executive said
the p> ice is valid for mii-ors un-
der 21 accompanied by both
P-ients paying full fares, no
matter what accommodations
t: iy 1 ho
n
ed I
.1; ,
Florida, all meals, mo\ u
entertainment, free 1 hairs
and a t aptain's Dinner.
ibe ss Florida is folly air
conditioned, has a perfect safet)
record, and offers all first-class
outside accommodations.' he add
ed. The new fares for minors are
effective immediately through
Sept 30.
'
( hasin, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Sloan.
Bar and Bat Mitzvah Teacher
Highly qualified, experienced and
dedicated, seeks Synagogue affili-
ation. Will teach privately ulso.
WRITE CANTOR E. D.,
9o 2973 Miami 33101
hter.
Joel Stein
or Saturday, May 21, Jo. 1 ;
"I Mr and .Mr-. Max Stein
608 SE 7th PI., Hialeah, will
at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Joel i- a s, venth
at the lb brew A( ademj H
hob
bii s include tan p collecting and
electronics.
Judith Issenberg
Judith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs David Issenberg, 10211 Malt
1 oral Gabies, will become Bas V
vah at Beth David Congregation
.am Avrun .
Mich., was e!< I
of th* Nc.
cf Jew

in W 1
to
ecutve directoi
We':
Southgc.e Group
Plans Luncheon
Southgate Groui '
was to hold in ii,-'.. latio
eon on Thursday noon al
i;iers Hotel
Mrs. Samuel Z Sakrai*
be installing officei
program was to fi s,
Balaban, vocali I
Bert Duckman
Mesdames Bei
Edward Lifshin w 1 to
men of the day Mrs Joa
enberg is presidi
1
MUSIC and ENTERTAINMENT-
fOH AIL OCCASIONS!
Weddings, Bar Mittvah, forties
A Strolling Accordionist Combo
Full Orchestra
TROPICAL ATTRACTIONS
IE 2-2366 tEE JOHNSON MA 1-0576 "" Wl'"esday, May 25.
Judith is a seventh grade honor,
tin ri aDSer',a,r ^Israel for ,he travel industry at the
Belle Blaza, Belle Isle Miami Beach, are (lef. .0 right* Amnon
Gil-Ad, director of the Israel Government Tourist Office: David
Levene, Southeastern manager for Zim Lines here; and Capt
Leo Gardner manager of El Al Israel Airlines for the South-
SES", le hrI6 QrmS f Israeli ,ourism a combining
Momh^ngMa3;1"6 "^^ "*-> ien**i?
DRUM
INSTRUCTION
Nmw Avoilmblt If
MICKEY SHEEN
Amtritmt Well Kno--
Drummtr t Jan Pt'f" '" "
TEACHER AND COACH TO
SALMINEOIN
"THE GENE KRUPA
STORY"
Beginneri
Ad.an.cd CAU0FPOINTMfN*
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|T:.es-> 12 young men and women will gradu-
ite I om Temple Israel High School Depart-
on Fiiday evening. They have attended
jnce primary grades. Left to right (front row)
. eager, Audrey Shore, Andrea Mar-
gu'.ies, Frances Benis. Second row are Gilbert
Morgan, Kent Novell, Carla Serotta, William
Bossak, Alfred Boas, teacher, Arthur Litowitz,
Jill Meyer, and Howard Rosendorf Jr. Not
shown is Clifford Newmark Jr.
21 Students to Receive Certfkatps
At Temple Zicn Shavuoth Confirmation
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ehrhart; Linda, daughter of Mr
;ind Mrs. Murray A. tie vine; Rena
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Magolnick; Toby, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Morris Martin; Kathy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Press.
Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rubin: Carol, daughter "I Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Shay man; Debbie,
daughter Ol Mr. and Mrs Albert
Shkoler; Marsha, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Merit' Sidle: Ellen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arnold
Tickner; Dorothy Tulk, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Weiser.
David, sni, ol Mr. and Mrs. I
Weinberger; Rita, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Yesner; and
Ricky, son of Mr. and Mrs. i
Gavras.
i entj one students of Temple
Zion will be confirmed the first
evening of Shavuoth, Tuesday, be-
ginning at 8 p.m. in the Temple
The confirmands will conduct
the religious service and receive
their certificates and gifts from
Rabbi Alfred Waxman and pres-
idents of the Sisterhood and Men's
Club.
Those to receive certificates are
Wendy, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. living Bergman; Nat, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Drover: Sieve.
son of Mr. and Mrs Milton Fen-
dell; I.oris. daughter of Mr. and
.Mis. Milton Fendell.
Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Harvest; Aileen, daughtei
of Mr and Mrs. Harold Hoffer;
Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Bernard Lander- Sarah Lenneth,
ercple Israel to Confirm Largest Class
(5 Year History on Shavuoth Eve
> i toys and girls, the iiivMwn, t.-.i.h Knfi.-M, I...I k
K-uia I -'' In, Leonard Ri mi.
Rl< mini;, llarlm ii l-'n i
I.) ndii Ri
1 in, Kolii i Rurlonv
Itoiiiii, I'nrli I'i'Iit i la II, r (ih-i
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lutti li iMIk s, Hall
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he 49-year history
>t Greater Miami.
e 1 next Tuesday
S \i\ uoth Eve sen
Dr Joseph R. Nar
the clas> of 1966
a rents who were
1 confirmed tn the Temple Is-
I ; during the reg-
'-' services, 12 stu-
. nduated from the
Hi School. Nine of
led the Temple
gious School 11 years
are Fran Benis, William
\rthur Litowitz. Andrea
Jill Meyer, Gilbert Mor-
ird N wnark. Kent No
>i dorf Jr., Jo-
rta Serotta and
re
Friday ri
school d<
ai tiui
Lillian K Lewis
1 Ga Susan
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Ka| '
\\Y Vrtl
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Li adersh >
a Debbie Scl artz.
' lass Essa ard
;.. I; Laura 1 vene,
m and Antho > Salz-
Fund Award for He
leveland
ing is Tempi* ; sr, el's
'lass of 1966
11. Ixirl \iie an I .-tit-
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i-ir.i n.nis. Paul Ben
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Rranmlorf, Kai n Cb.h-
hen, Tuny Clbhs, I'hlllp
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Temple Beth Sholom Will Confirm 42;
To Honor Them at Reception Friday
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Temple Emanu-EI Confirmation Slated
For Wednesday, First Day of Shavuoth
(in Wednesday, the first day of
the Shavuoth holiday, at 10:80
a.m.. the traditional confirmation
Graduation Set
At Eman?j-EI
On Friday
!uai es
i,' empli
I
the -
i
rd
SI u le'nt
.
: n and l. i
piled id bj Mi -
Reuben Levin The occasion will
mark ti;.- temple's annual ob
:iance ol Vom Hamoi ih
her's Da. and a special trib-
ute will be pai I to the school tac
ulty. Dr. Irving Lehrman will greet
the graduates and teachers.
PTA and the Sisterhood will ten-
der a special reception in honor
of the graduates following the ex-
ercise*.
Members of the graduating c]ass
are Wendee Carol Besner. Jay
Dean Brooks, Deborah Susan
l'.uckwald, Steven Matthew Carlin.
Myles Gary Cypcn, Tad Richard j
Cypen. Olivia Sue Levin, Jacob
Saul Plot kin, Marjorie Dee Silver.
Also Kenneth Mark Sossin, Stev-
en Gary Weintraub, and David
Wi'.kes.
be held at Temple
services will
KmanuKl. -
Dr, Irving Lehrman v.ill
members ol the temple- con
ation department who will pi
pate in a itioi i ntitled
ca the Beautiful."
i- 1966 cla
. : Tian.
David Abi
- ;
'
>Iindj I
Giller G ,Iud
la
Beth K :' Kaj
; c\ i. Susai
liller
Laurii :', ,
Carla Pol larlem Ra<
. Su Rufl
Howard Schu Bruci S
Sandra Stein, Ellen Sweet, Ellen
Weinstock, .Martha Yavers,
Dr. Lehrman will deliver the
charge to the confirmands, and a
luncheon will be held at the Fon
tainebleau Hotel following the
service.
Forty-two boys and girls will be
confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom
by Rabbi I.eon Kronish on Tues-
day. 7:30 p.m., according to ;m
announcement by Mrs [rving I!
Kaplan, chairman, hoard of edu-
cation.
The students will be presented
with confirmation certificates at
and
will also receive inscribed Bibles
from the temple Sisterhood.
Theme of this year's confirma-
tion service is How Does Judaism
Affect Our Lives'.'"
A reception at the Fontainebleau
Hotel iii honor of the confirmands
will follow the ceremony.
Confirmation parents committee
is headed by Mrs. David Miller.
Members of the committee are
Mrs. Alexander Libow, Mrs Nor-
man Buss treasurers: Mrs. Joseph
Otchin, secretary: Mrs TI
Blumberg, Mrs. Kenneth Hershey,
conclave; Mrs. Byron Topol, Mrs
Samuel Racoff, caps and gi
Mrs. [rving E. Miller.
Hendel. Mrs. Sunford I.evine. re-
ception: Mrs. Solomon Goldman,
Airs Philip Davis, decorations.
Mrs. Julius Mittentag, telephone
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Home Group
Installs Officers
[rving Piet ack will be installed
for his second term as pre ident
of the Men- Club of the Jewish
;, sharpe ''''",' !'":" '' "'' s'""i
M 0 ids Sunday. 7 p.m.,
Auditorium, 9
Rd
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Krevt Memorial
To be Dedicated
2fi
ice.
si !n the
fo t hi
Morris K'v
and brother.
ncial secretary,
all affairs of the
co lion.
ssociated wttb Hirsch
.'. brokers, which made pos
sibh the establishment of the
David B. Krevat Memorial.
led
are Milton F
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and Frank .
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tertainment and ..ir-
man
Board of directors are i il-
man Joseph Malek. A. ( I le,
Jack Stein, Donald Barmack, Jut ge
Thomas Barkdull Jr., Dr, Wil im
Stollman, Dr. Max Cooper, Di tl-
ward A Arnold. Murray Kosl ff,
Dave Weissman, Charles Holtz,
Dave Ettinger I seph Keist r,
Maurice Collegi and i eoi rd
Zilbert.
Memorial
Services Set
Day
Members of Murray Snlnmor
Posl and Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans S.A., will con-
duct M< Day
alien cum les at t
id and Mount \
Sunday, May :N
Commander M. Jay 1
said that post
ticipate in Memorial Daj -
at Mt. Nebo, :}!O0 NW 3rd -
11 a.m. Services i Jtai
5900 SW 77th Ave wil be at
noon.
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"drewish. Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday .May 20. 1966
Section C
Educator Added
To Judea Staff
Temple Judea board of trustees
has engaged Herd W. Honor, can-
didate for a PhD degree in Jewish
education at Dropsie College, to
direct the temple school for 1966-
67.
Honor comes to Temple Judea
with 14 years of experience, hav-
ing served in three congregations
, during that time.
He is a member of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Education,
a society of professionally qual-
ified Jewish educators, and a
former president of the Jewish
Educators Council of Greater
Miami.
He is currently engaged in writ-
ing his doctoral dissertation after
further graduate studies at North
western University and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
In addition. Honor devoted a
year in Israel for special studies
His articles and book reviews have
often appeared in professional
journals. He has been a tamp di-
rector and program director tor
nine seasons at two summer camps.
HfRZl W. HONOR
Greater Miami Section. National Council of
Jewish Women, represented by (left to right)
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, vice president, ways
and means; Mrs. James Rodenberg. ticket
rhairmem; and Mrs. Burton Goldberg, special
event chairman, cite Harry Botwick, of Florida
State Theatres, for "integrity, cooperation and
guidance" in the successful completion of its
1965-66 special fund-raising event.
S 500 residents of Morton Towers jo.ned in celebrating
18th anniversary at the Morion Towers Israel "C
: ,_iry Bai! lust Saturday night at the Fontainebleau
-'. and purchsed S129.500 in State of Israel Bonds to com-
irate the occasion. Heading the program were (from
.'.: 'x.die Frederick N. Barad and Judqp Meyer L. Cherkas.
rrv chairmen; Dt. Irvina Lehrman, guept speaker; and
3 Minov. host committee chairman.
Award Luncheon
Ff?r Odnrs Amx.
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will
hold its annual Awards Day lunch-
eon anil fashion show on Tut sda;
a) the Doral Country Club, Miami.
Mrs Lawrence Adler, entertain-
ment chaii : Ih hi| hliehl
of the program will tie a knit
clothes fashion show, created and
modeled bj members of Cedars of
Lebanon Auxiliary.
Participating in the fashion sho'
are Mrs. Norman Brown. Mrs.
Harry Horv. h, Mrs Harry Lew is
Mrs. George Lister, Mrs. Martin
Miller. Mrs. Arthur Pearl. Mrs
Herman Pearl, and Mrs. Max Pep
per Mrs James Rodenberg will
provide piano accompaniment.
Mrs Frederick Schild, chairman
of the day. said thai volunteers
will be rewarded with bars, pins,
and citations in recognition <>'
hours of work donated to the hos
pital in the pasl year Mrs Dorar
Zinner is president of the auxil-
iary,
Dignitaries At
Installation For
HaHandale C'tr.
On Sunday night. Mar. 27. Ihc
City of HaHandale passed another
milestone when officers of the first
Jewish House of Worship there.
the HaHandale Jewish Center.
were installed.
At the ceremony in the recre-
ation hall of Washington Federal.
N Miami Beach, Rev. Paul Deutsch
was appointed religious leadei
Among dignitaries present were
Russel Wilson, Mayor of HaHan-
dale, Vice Mayor E. J. Averman
Jr., and Councilman Ernest Pinto
Irving Sperling served as masl
of ceremonies. New slate, headed
DR. DAVID LIHMAN
b> Louis N Hirschhorn. presi I
was ins tailed
Vocal solos, Israeli folk ';
recitations w re pres
and refreshments and d
follow I 11
Claud* Pepper Park Dedicated
:!(>acre S500.000 Claude local and federal governments who
"- Recreational Park. 1400.recognised a need and workedI to-
gether to so've it. Gen-rations of
th St., North Miami, was >rih Wamiuu will benefit from
ted by city fathers on sat- thjs fjno recreational facility."
2 30 p.m.
1 -is df city, county and
als heard an address by
-man Claude Pepper :'"
I he new facility is a tri-
n operative effort of
Miamians Elected
To National JWB
le ii Kaplan and Mrs Milton
&irk n. Miami civic leaders, were
to the Ixiard of directors
'J the National Jewish Welfare
Board at its 50th anniversary eon
tntion held here Apr. 27 to May 1.
Kaplan, an attorney, received a
^cro 1 ,n appreciation of his -civ
"' as a national vice president of
JWB from 1960 to 1966. He has
also served on the executive com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and as an officer
'' the Greater Miami Bureau of |
Jewish Education.
Mrs. Sirkin is a past president |
WHA.
Exodus AZA
Hears Kogan
Exodus AZA. B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, heard a talk by
Gerald Kogan, head of the Capital
Crimes Division in the State Attor-
ney's Office, on "The Proscution
of the Mossier Trial.""
Meiting and address was sched-
uled for Tuesday, at 8 pin.. in
Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW
122nd Ave Opa-locka.
"To Samuel Geriner with appreciation for !G years oi devotion
and assistance. Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary," reads the
plaque on the new desk set presented to Gertner. executive
vice president of Mount Sinai, at th Auxiliary's annual
installation luncheon by Mrs. Yale N. Levinson (left), an-i
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. honorary president.
Incomina officers of Mount Sinai Hospital's Auxiliary at their tary; Mrs. Yale Levinson. president; Mrs. Murray Kern, vice
annual installation luncheon are (left to riqht) Mrs. Marvin president; Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, assistant financial secretary:
Slivers parliamentarian; Mrs. Martin Kurzweil. vice president; Mrs. Ruth Schumann, treasurer; Mrs. Raymond Feiner. vice
Mrs Lester Ratsky, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bernard president; Mrs. Sam Wiesen. financial secretary; and Mrs.
Spector, vice president; Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. honorary pres- Sherman Kaplan, recording secretory,
ident; Mrs. Milton Greenhood. assistant corresponding secre


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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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Farm Bel's Farm Wagons Odd lie* Antique*
3650 NW 25th ST. NE 4-8488, NE 4-9023
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
" .-v
section* for mc
eat r. s. 1 suppose : do tfeiia
T
Tht
I
in order to bet; > their
laaKm with Jews, but it seems to
than arr so m^ny oih-.r stays
o do this Wh> don I they fast, for
BBAtABCe? Je> also COSl
Kippur.
The real time for Htlttlfi M
ever, good Jew knows is Sha. uotr.
Let iu man retrain Iron; blinUe>
on Shavuoth
Da re highly regard
eo in ancient Israel Also i-steemed
.-. Everj man shall duell
- I'in tree and there shall
be no;ie to make him afraid
There nothing said about Coca-
Cola
Lathes Are Good
Why do we eat biintze* or.
Shavuoth" Why do we eat bstkn
on Chanukah'- Tht- rabbi
satd that we eat fetkes on
Chanukah bseauac bMkm are good
to eat. On Punm. we eat bamt: -
tashen. One of the advar p
Judaism is the wide variety of diet
the bahdays afford.
I read the otner day an account
- ho the potato chip cane
into beir.. hat a wi I
was casual!} peehug a potato,
slipped off. falling in-
to a trying pan. She and her
brother I and started
potato chip business from which
they amassed a fortune.
Who invented the bhntze" His-
tory is unable to give u--. the ans-
wer V\jn
dent.:' Again we do not know. It
may well be mat the inventor of
the Mintze was mocked at.
Like Columbus, who. we recall,
when he said he had discovered
America, was told. "America-
Shmenka. Abie Gesund."
Harvest Festival
Shavuoth is a harvest festival.
'It take.- u* back to the time when
the Jews were farmers in the land
of milk and honey. Blintzes axe in
that tradition.
On Shavuoth in the synagogue
it is the custom to read from the
Book of Ruth for its description of
harvest life in Israel The other
JWV Commander Milton A. Waldor repcr.ee lo President!
Johnson at the White House on Apr. 26 or. his return fcc:r.l
Viet Nam after a tour of 3'. states impieme.-.i.r.r JWV's sud-I
port of the Government policy or. Viet Nan Ocmmcmdeil
Waldor told the Preside-; that he found overwhelming aTQ5,|
roots support throughout the country ior the President s poucv.l
He hed toured the V:et Nam battle iror.t and .-.-= traveieil
extensively since to speak end debate or. Viet Nan trcr.|
coast-to-coast.
day it was reported that Israel ex-
ported by air two milhon
blossoms to Europe and exj.
see a widening market there for
Israeli flowers in winter. It has
been said that God gave us
memories, that we might have
roses in December With Israel
sending flouers by air. Europe will
not have to depend so much on
memory.
Z:oni>m m the beginning was
really a great call for the outdoor
farm life The Jew in his disper-
sion had bee* an indoor man Al-
most all of the early Jewish immi-
grants to Palestine intended to be
farmers, but now things are
changing a bit. Big towns are
growing and I am a bit apprehen-
sive.
All over the world, of course,
there is this exodus from the farm
to the city. Yet deep down within
every one of us. I believe, is a
hankering to be a farmer. To live
on the land. Maybe to have squir-
- :
conce:' TV ca
certs at Camega goodi
but for the
have to buy ;.. nv*
plause. Perhai- gave I
birds a little opp.c >
better. ,h'
them away
Mysteries in o Rose
What is !-
It is a factor Hunk of the I
lions of ton- of food prodnccdi
a farm. Yet there r^oise art
no pollution of I the pti
duction I: ; P***cftf
and beautifully
Nature seem? grand i"d simpl
Yet really now eompkn A
Isn't a weed an -'Jitf- I
which the u>e has not jet betsj
found-
The desert anal] atossoa M *
rose, said tht prc-phet
What yster} resades in a
rose!
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531-9940
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6790 S.W. 57th Ave.
SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 661-5841
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MIAMI BEACH
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lrridgy-Mny2J. 1966
*Jewlsti norSdltor
Page 3-C
DAIRY MEAIS KEYNOTE SHAVUOTH CELEBRATION
IC^cnipfctc By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
to Talmudic Legend
as nutritious as milk
i, eel -Is honey." Since
i; "ommeraoratea the giv-
,. rorah by <;<> Mom-.
.; dishes favored dur-
j iday are "milchig" re-
| ... ioneyed desserts,
<;jnc( \until was also the har-
'.. (,, ii< in Israel, all manner
are oaten to evoke
i the ancient proces-
i agricultural people
, mi down to Jerusalem
,.,!,. trih -. clans and families of
carts piled high with
.; fruits for the Temple
called "Bikkurim."
li is traditional on Shavuoth
Book of Ruth, which
meanii g for the Jews
with Ruth in accept-
rorah
icttos of Eastern Eu-
home celebrations of
li featured dairy dishes
all manner of combina-
intzes. pot cheese and
. kreplach with cheese.
th cheese, raisins and
cinnamon The desserts mostlj
featured honey. Honej cake was
8 ii at favorite and would be
served with wine for the women
and children and with brand) for
the sturdier sex
The clinking oi glasses, the e\
prcs-ion of good wishes, the
"L'Chaims" and the "Gut Yon-
tell-" thai wi i.i with the "Lekach
un Branfen" resound in our
memoi i< This is to be followed
by the Shavuoth feasl
Shavuoth Menu
Appetizer Platter: Herring, lo\.
black olives, (Maslines scallions.
celery, radish roses, bialis, bi gel,
onion rolls, Schav, fish or
Papi ika carp, Boiled or baked po-
tatoes. I ettuce, tomatoes, and
cucumber salad with Fr rlcl
ing, Asparagus, Green beans.
Cheese Blintzes, Honey Cake. Tea
and i offee
Blmties
Halter: 2 eggs,
l'-j cups milk.
melted butter
1 cup flour.
1 tablespoon
\\. Germans Extradite
Nazi from Argentina
(OS AIRES tJTAi Ger-
ird Bohne, long sought as a
.i.i criminal, has been or-
Hen enl to Germany to face
as appealed to the Ar
kentiman Supreme Court against
file extradition order. The Sup-
vim- < 'ourt is expected to hear
tonne's aupeal soon.
Bohne was a member of a Nazi
I -Inch planned and imple-
i led the Nazi euthanasia pro-
iil was also involved in the
and camouflaging of the
lipath chambers as well as in the
V i of the Nazi execution
which murdered hundreds
nds ot Jews during the
A one-time attorney, Bohne is
accused of using his legal skills
to draft orders to keep secret
the plan for the Naii "final
solution" for the "Jewish prob-
lem."
Captured by American troops
in 1944. Bohne escaped trial at the
end of the war and two years later
slipped into Argentina where he
remained until 195.i when he re-
turned to Germany to live on a
pension as a former civil servant.
Arrested by German police he
was released in 1963 on medical
grounds. He fled to Chile and then
to Argentina.
GREETINGS
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Beat eggs, milk and butter
(melted together gradually) add
Hour, making a batter like thin
cream. Heat a little butter in
a 6-inch skillet, pouring about
2 tablespoons of the batter into
it. tilting the pan to coat the
bottom. As soon BS pancake sets,
turn out on board or cloth, brown-
ed side up, Make reel Ol pancakes
in same manner, Spread 1 table-
spoon oi the filling on l pancake,
turn opposite sides in and roll like
,i jellj roll, You can fry the blint-
zes in butter or oil. (do not crowd
pan) or bake altogether in a
greased pan in 425 degree oven un-
til browned. When frying, fry on
both sides. Let butter sizzle before
putting blintze in. Serve with sour
cream.
Fillings: l'-. lbs pot or cottage
cheese or mixture ol both, or maj
add cream cheese and Farmers'
cheese l egg. Sugar to taste, l egg
while. 2 cups peeled, cured and
chopped apples. 1.- tablespoons
ground almonds Sugar and cinna-
mon to taste. Raisins (optional).
1 tablespoon melted butter. If too
loose add bread crumbs. 1 table-
spoon melted butter.
May add small can crushed pine
apple to cheese filling, or 1 table-
spoon of jelly to cheese tilling.
Honey Cake
4 eggs. 1 cup granulated sugar.
1 3/4 cups dark honey. li cup
strong black coffee. 2 tablespoons
cognac. 4 tablespoons salad oil.
3'j cups sifted flour. L4 teaspoons
baking powder. 1 teaspoon baking
soda. '4 teaspoon salt. j teaspoon
I soda. teaspoon salt. teaspoon
ginger. la teaspoon cinnamin. 1/8
teaspoon ground cloves. 3/4 cup
chopped nuts not too fine. 1 cup
blanched almonds to be put on top
of cake at regular intervals.
Sift flour, baking powder, bak-
ing soda and spices together. Beat
eggs, gradually add sugar and
be.it until thick and flulfy. Beat
in oil. honey, coffee and cognac-
add Hour mixture and chopped
nuts.
Butter 10 x 18 or 11 x 6 pan.
cover with waxed paper, butter
again lightly, add batter, put
halves oi blanched almonds on top
ol batter and bake in 325 degree
overn about 1 1-4 hours or until
:i toothpick tomes out clean. Cool
on cake rack before removing iron,
pan.
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F:ge 4-
*Jewish ncrkf&r
Friday. May 20. 1966
Members Needed For Stamp Club
S largest llolj Land philateli< soci-
ety, hopes to initiate a chapter in
the Greater Miami area.
< hapter plans t-> de\oie a major
part of its activities to cultural
programs, related to stamp-; of Is-
rael, Palestine, and Jewish inter-
est The society has member.- in

every state and in
coun' ru -
Collectors of Israel
other int. rested
tact Joseph I Yanich,
rector of the Ai ,
Congress, or Zvj :
director of the Bui a
Education
decks, and more checks, are the order of the
: ay for the Combined Jewish Appeal commit-
r-e at Crystal House. Leaders for the fund-
:s:r.a arm of the Greener Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at the Miami Beach luxury apartment
houses are (left to right) Morris Norian. Richard
B. Ayares, Charles Reskin. Fhilip Lustine and
Lou Fans.
3lowing over the achievements of the Life Insurance Division
:: this year's Combined !ew:sh Appeal are (left to right! ha E.
'. Icgul. Fred Stone end Stanley S. Watts. Watts is chairman of
the) 1S66 Lite Insurance Div.sion, and Mogul and Stone served
:s co-chaiimen for the same unit in 1965. The division is run-
ning some 50 per sent i ?-d ot last year's CJA figures,
: ccording to Norton Pai'.o' and George J. Talianoff. co-chair-
nen foi trades ar. :?*
Israeli Gets Seven
Years for Spying
TEI. AVIV UTA Dr Is-
el Be i forn er
onel I rael's irnrj i ei
fid a a I military anal -
d i>.-
er imprisonm >nl >.; j
for an
NO 0'- = ? HEBREW.iND. \-
CA.iNJAR IIKE THIS ON =
fH.l\ -0 OUR READERS
*le
All Hebrew dales days of the
,. -'/mrl>nt English dales
lO^S > 1967Jeuish holi-
days to 1 J7J.
T!i i i.-.'nd:.r absolutely free
to '.i" readei Mention nrr.?
< ." pubii SStk i w.i 1 writing
Ser. i i,i-c*rd or letter to: -
i; ; HeiazC ..Dept 12 .) mi
jr^.., i .'.. I '
^:i Communist power, died
Sunday of a heart attack at Shatj
Prison He was 54
Dr. Beer's arrest, in 1961. on
charges of espionage and
w:t*i :i foreign agent, ere ited i
n in this i

-i history of Israel's war of li-
i ;:.)n under a pers II
for the then Prime Min-
: David Ben-Gurion, w
Minister of Del
hicn !a-t' l \ months, iia.i
he] entirely bi hi
ii -
The three man Tel Aviv District
I lurl u hich had found I):
guilty of some counts in the in
licti .. lainsl i ;.":. in;: inno-
cent cf others, gave him credil
during sentencing as an Impoi
factor in Havana, tile pre-Stat*- I-
tael lefense corps, and as a man
> "thought he could achieve a
new mutual relationship with the
foreign power that would benefit
the S'ate of Israel But the ac
cused." added the court, '"lost con-
trol of his intentions and became
enmeshed in a foreign network,
unable either to re.sist or retre
It was charged that he had
pas? -I on some Israeli plans to a
foreun power which, in turn,
tted plans for tr
paign of 1956 i Egj ;" E
however, disregarded the m
i osi d s i i- i on b\ Dr ''
Ise.
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Friday. May 20. 1966
*Jmist> Fk>ridHain
Toge 5
Student Can Win Telephone Trip to N. J.
An outstanding Florida high FIi One stipulation i- I ics mai
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The ill I selected In I of ii
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H Ida and Izzy Karp, benefactors and leaders of the Miami
:i Chapter, Asthmatic Children's Foundation of Florida,
receive a plaque of appreciation presented by Israel Fried-
::. (right!, executive vice president of the Asthmatic Chil-
dren's Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. Karp were honored at a
jrecial meeting held in the Foundation s Residential Treatment
Center, 18C0 NE 169th St., where 24 intractable asthmatic chil-
well on the road to recovery from their severe asthma.
the majority from the Greater Miami area and Florida, pre-
sented skits and entertained for the Miami Beach Chapter.
Optometrists In
Installation, Talk
!,.:> T.iurray H. Dubbin was
speaker at the installation
. quet of the Park' County Op-
Tic A,;'-ociat'on on Saturday
evening at the Carillon Hotel
Co-chairmen, Drs. Carmelo Ix>
Pare and Irwin Roth have rn-
'oiineed that Rep. Dubbin spoke
"Highway Safety in the Space
.-r "
Rep. Dubbin is a vice chairman
'he State Governmental Organ-
ation Committee and the Judici-
\ Committee. He is also a mem
'r of the Motor Vehicles and Car-
i>r. George A. Pena, of Horn"
ad, was installed as pres-
ent of the Dade Optometrists t"i
966-67, and Dr. Howard P. Win-
on, of Melbourne, president of the
u ida Optometric Association.
.Ml as installing officer,
other officers taking posts for
he coming year include vice pres-
dents, Drs. Carmelo LoParo. l^eon-
,i Margolis. LeRoy Diamond and
Harold Taylor; secretary. Dr.
Frank Pearce; treasurer. Dr. I-eon-
d Cherdack; and sergeant at-
miis. Dr. Marshall Gardner.
Rff. tAURRAY H. DUbrJlN
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j^doy. May 20,1^
Empire State Club Seminary Loses 40 Torahs
Installs Officers
Empire State club of Florida
beld it- anm al installation .i offi-
cers on Thursday 7:45 p m al
Community Center
II Roosevelt install-
ficers lo
H. I ent; Irvii
vice pn
William Gn esecul ive ere
tan; Alfred V .Ma;.- irer;
Ben :. recordin j
David Senwa ris.
Board for a three-year term were II.
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cials of the
linary, Uu

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Members ol the Youth Aliyah committee of
up ol the Miami Beach Chap-
ter cJ He dassah who were responsible for the
essful luncheon at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Proceeds will be used to help over 9C00
underprivileged children emigrate to the State
"" Israel from Eastern Europe. Lat:n Amerca
North African countries. Standing (left to
right are presidents of the presidium. Mes-
dames Bernard A. Lipson, Elizabeth Steinbach,
Birdie Curtis. Sected left to right are Mes-
cames Benjamin Lippy, Youth Aliyah chair-
man; Andrew B'.ass, who this year sponsored
five children for a years supnort; Benjamin
Blum, sponsor, A. J. M not shown".
sponsor; and Mrs. Sam Lichtenstein, co-chair-
man of the day.
Hope Voiced for Jews of Soviet
tion by Jacques Torctyner, presi-
i NK^ D Y-",RK, ~ 'TA ~~ Pr a,: y ExecSe' ** ? '"" >Mrs M" The study carries an in.,
inded a hopeful note this week shevUt n*im*
i^-ardina permission by the The study shows how the Soviet dent of the ZOA who expressed
1 SS" : Jewish emigration to Government's altitude towatd the fervent hope that "the day will
Israel. "Lnder certain circum- Zionism altered from one period soon come when the Soviet Gov-
stances." he >aid. the Soviet to another, and-hew Moscow- at- ernment, in deference to justice
rulers -would not be inflexibly titude changed from support for and the voice of pubhc conscience
eppoj to such migration. the establishment of a Jewish will redress the great wrong being
! Proach to State and the equating of Zionism perpetuated against Zionism and
'' '" stated, is not all with Nazism. However, the author Zionism, and accord equalitj of
-- and immut- stated, "abrupt changes" regard- treatment Jo the entire Soviet Je
sole generall) believed The ing Zionists and Zionism may still ish community."
- inirV sted time
lime ag pacity for a irupt
< any matters ol
' policy."
Dr. Schechtman, who is a
historian, made that statement
in a 94-page study published by
he Zionist Organization of
America. The work, the first
comprehensive survey of the
subject, focuses attention on
he fact that Zionism and Zion-
s's were the first victims of
persecution in Russia since the
baginnirv) of the 20th Century,
?oreboding the treatment whic!-
was to be meted out to the en-
tire Jewish community in the
USSR.
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fJenislh fhrtd/an
Paqe 7-C
Mentally III To be Discussed
Dr. Albert Jaslov psychi
i chiei prosecu-
ipital Crimes Dn ision. State
Utorne} 's Office, will be pai
May 24 Mental Health libr-
in en Tin- Lai ami the
ill."
panel will \><- i ''' foi
\\ .'.,I ] a \ k iatio Dade
T an free l<
iblic. is pro\ ided as a sen
ice I" relatives ol the me it; I ill
and to civi
who are
ing more knot. I<
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8 IS p.m.. al tl Mia i'ul
Libra] j Auditoi ium. i Bi scayne
Blvd
rle Sidle (center), u member of Kings
: acht and Couniry Club, helps other club
Ijers select swim wear fashions to model
ol a fashion show luncheon. The affair, part of
Hies of special events at the club, was

organized by Mrs. Sidle, whose Swim and
Sport Shops fashions were featured. From left
are Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes,
Mrs. Sidle, Mrs. Ben Berkowitz and Mrs. C. K.
Hughes.
Airman Kasser
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Kasser, son of Mrs. Shirley Kassei
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course al Goodfellou AFB, Texas,
[or communications technicians.
Ail >i;.11 Kas -'".. who recei\ i
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Friday, May 20. lg^s
JSliavuotli lAJill Le lAs/tereJ
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Regular Sabbath services this weekend will be followed by Shavuoth
Tuesday evening, with services marking the festival on Wednesday
Thursday.
Known as the feast of the weeks. Shavuoth falls exactly seven
::ull> courted weeks after Passover, and the holiday celebrates
time when the ancient Israelites receded the Ten Commandments
...g their forty years of wandering m the desert after the exodus
Egypt and in preparation for their return to the Holy Land.
."vices in all Orthodox and
8
nil >. :\ I \ s non Rabbi Morton M.iiavsky. Cantor Er- 120th St. Reconstruct'onut
When Death Takes .. Holldaj nest Sterner. Morn( Skoo. '"
X ;
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-ervative congregations Thurs-
will include the traditional
. memorial for the departed.
lOSt Liberal and Ret
.ations. where Shavuoth i< ob
rd only one day. the Vizkor
ce will be on Wednesday.
. DATM ACHIM. Lomoa-Jy Hvrel.
05 Collinj Ave. Orthodox.
y b&turda
i ; Shavuot us ere i i*
la> p.m Wedneada
... ; ID Thtl '.i i > iz-
em t'.-i r\ ; -
-DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyie Ave.
: --oio. Rabbi Isaac Ever
> Sa iurda3 ;
I : We Expect
. Ethl -
''
. Sei n n "The T
il I Evening "5:4*
da> Sermon v T -
s. as a Kernel
n 'i
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-V<- SHALOM CONGREOA-
" ON >?5 SW 67th Ave Oo-trodox
fritor V orris Barr.
---- ----
:Hfj EVES 2533 SW -J;h Ave.
"5ervattve. Emanuel K^sh-wita.
i sent
---- ----
H DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con-
vativ; Rabbi S01 LanaaJ Cantor
:iiam w. Lioson.
. I :". :
I i' World
Mlra. daushtei M

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r Ml I :
I :
1.. Sha i'uoi -
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
1 Sivan S:47 pan.
lay a in Bern >n 1 >ei
1 .- Sneak : M..11 Til 1 -
'1 r Memorial. Sermi n
- M.i. Learn from ';'! in Hi.-.-
3ETM EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
do*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
...4.*. p.m. Sal r-i.iv S:3o a.m
1 'The Travel* Through
Mil p in 8 ,
at rt 1 8:43 p.n
1 :. "Torah's
'.! ... Minolta I I \'
... m ^ llkor >. rvli
I 1 m >-; Sinai's S II To-
M !;. h 1 6:45 i' "1.
3ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
S:.")0 p Saturda; >
II .-1 .11 tor Ti r.ili I":
Shas rues la> T ;. m A!' night
-: ud> pessi Wed-
nesday rirsul .1 .1 Pei :;! M; v
1 V : 8:5."
>:4.' I'iskoi .. in Sei
Truth ol Torah
3ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
S<*.rjkv. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
"": 1 1. shi\ .: us d in
' ~ ^ S in VVedi I 1 I So .1 in
"Are the Commandment*
- Thui -In to .. 1 Tlski 1
HEBREW LESSON
712 jn n^x"2 Vratf ,rn
r:v 2000-3 "jD1? tzrr:r
: :
r < s-r ^22 ntip1? n"i^2
r.-: jn'7 is"ipTi .n-jan
*z mam .-ninu ^':-':,:-
crffnpt ?""'DO nn rrx
"22 '2 ,QmX TOLTI I'JODltf
t : I
i.--r,,:r,2 |*x i^cdi^ rip
.ziisn T x^i ^ii;n t ana
"n n:ir 2000 niia ri^n
T T :
I3^n -i-ixn niara nap
z[ pdv *7i; mtin* "131733
tr'O'naT nna nn, nnnna;
., .,. ., 1
Th* Hlddam Scrolls
" e Bible tells us about King
hi who went out to find mules
fourd a kingdom. Likewise, it
\,i.:oened to those who went out
'. 'ind a lost goat and found old
11s written aibout two-thousaiid
> "s ago.
~ nis happened in the year of
IF-" at the beginning of the war
Independence. Bedouin shep-
/- s i:i the Dead Sea area went
to seek a lost goat. They en-
i- -i a cave in which they hoped
t :nd the goat. In the cave, they
earthenware pots. Alonsjsid-J
t' pots was broken earthenware.
; ng which were the old scrolls.
". Bedouins sold the scroll. h>
ers in antique of Bethlehem.
di-covery of the scrolls be-
<. e kivin to the scholars of
^2in "id
"1D03 nasj i^an ViKi' ?y
- v:v I v v ~ t
~: ( : I t t : -
.nDi^a xsai i1? rt3Xtf nil
t : t t : t v
n^x1? n-\p -na1? nm~\2
- t Tl t I i :
m3X^ tl; t-on1? iD?nw
t : t v : : t v
.7\IV C'S^XD ':D7 13P
t t : : :
-P3 i947n]tf3 nnp i3in
T'T T T -
D"yn .inn^n ran^a n"pn
,n'7an a: nis^ps a*na
.nn'-> maxtf Ti? ran1? o"7n
v t t : t v : ; t
loiDi n'tnsnn '73 -qin
n^an a: nsi; ^y naya1?
ryn pk xisa1? utfn ns
' T V ; ; T T
Q'i3 ^3Pi on-ry1?! ni3K2;
,-m ; .-"": t : t v
'i3is ra dt1?! ,oan ^
.pip*py piVia ,o-inn
jpix naai o^n D^isn
.an1? p-33 pip'py -anio*?
SETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
Saturday ; a.n Sermon *\v~ An
I Wllderneas *- i- m I'- rtton .-'
; A ('all in the rk
Shavuot ushered in Tuesida; al -
srt. Wednesdaj '" a.m Thun>da>
*;4R am Memotia i I in i n
Vi7.k sei mon l h*ath la m an
I'nhnppy Kn.lv _
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3ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hmkes
|.. ,) ., ;i5 | n Ser The Identl-
. i tl}lng ..'.j..- Sisterhood will
b.< the On-Hr Thabbal Paturda) v I
a.m. Bar Mltivnh: Bi .. son or Mrs.
"':/,! th I >unn.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson,
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
Frlda; 15 p.m rsv Sabbath nuest
speaker, Tobias Simon ..f the An'->r-
Iran i'i\il Liberties I'nlon Saturda;
.it Hi- Mltsvah: Michael K..
I Mr and Mrs Harold I. Kitt.
Junior con esjal 'i 9:4". i m. Mlnoha
p.m Shavuot schedule
Tuesda; T ;. m Wedneexla> x a.m
Sermon "Penetrating the Dorkneaa."
Evenlnc i-m Thursdaj '." m
"Memories ..f Sinai.'
>ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
----
9ETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Frlda; 1.1 and P IS p.m Baa Mlta-
\m!i Ellen daughter ..f Mr and Mrs
Norman Chasin Suturday i". .. m
t: i Mltsvun of Mr. and
Mr.- I...iii- Taylor; Scott, son -f Mrs
Marjorli Wolk Mln, ., > p T
day 7 ;i m Sha> :: ishererl v, .
nesday 8:45 i '' .1 "
Tiskor services and srmon i" SO
----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 140' NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
----
PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. r.antnr George Goldberg.
F 'v 6 Sal rl I a in
Sit.....ti : if the Week
\ net ushered I r lesd >
Wednesdai v '<>> m Sermon 'Fa tl
nina p.m Th-:: i,: i.m
Sermon: "In Stemoiiam." \
Meniuri.il services 1" :;n .i m
----
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetre-
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexanaer S
Gross.
I-'- da> I : Sal irda\
Mil .in '. 10 in Sli > 'i..i .. -
Wednesdn Sermoi 1 <-
\*. M .. !; Allv'4 i i.'.i sda
ti Tin nod Is M>
' iod Y:7.k..: .-. I \ Ices I '
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ISRAELITE CENTER V75 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Saturda; 1:45 a.i Sei Portloi
..I th- \\. K Shnm>< '... :
lav 7 p.m. Wedmsday S: 43 a.m.
8i -I! "Is Then Kwil In i
Evening B:46 : t-i Tl rsiiii.v '".
Tiskor Memorial services in :". a.m
"I'.in We S istaln thi*.
M.....I?" Evening 7 ;> m
----
JACOB C. COHEN C O M M U N I T V
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
> I *
M:
llsh
da;
Tim
- .
I .
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffc.
TE.VPLE BETH SHOLOM 4. Ch,.
Ave. Liberal. Rahhi L.0* ".- "^
Cantor David Convi,er. r"-
("rida; S:1S p.m. Conflnnands i:i b< J1''p''''). '"' j' ;!) ']r:1'- i
'n-" tied ind ..... >. bible, and ":""' ;':',. "', "', ."
'.....ks from Sisi an ',, : ,"M,M'/" "
KiNitherl......I Tuesda; p.m. Confirm- ,',,.'"1^.1'!'" "
-'-""^_ SSrt Si......
temple BETH shirah. 7500 SW Continued on Following Pt
a
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION
BAMIDBAR
Israelites encamp under standards bearing symbol- ..
ox. eagle, lion and man.
A eood way off shall they pitch round about the tent ol
meeting" iN'um. 2. 2).
BAMIDBAR 'And the Lord spoke unto Moses
wilderness of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the '.:
the second month, in the second year after they
out of the land of Egypt, savins: Take ye the sum .
congregation of the children of I>rael. by their fannli.
fathers' houses, according to the number of nann.s, ,
by their polls: from twenty years old and upward, all ti
able to go forth to war in Israel ye shall number th.:
hosts, even thou and Aaron (Num. 1. 1-3)..
Exclusive of the Levites, who were not numberc i
sum of men of military age was 603.555. There follow. .
tion of the Israelites' encampments during their jourm>
the desert: there were four major camps, each of tl.
one under the flag of Judah. one under the flag ol R,
under the flag of Ephaim. and one under the flag of Dai
Levites camped separately near the sanctuary, among El
each clan had a particular service to render in rega
sanctuary
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is e
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jew.sh
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, SIS Publisher n
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William S'.. New
York 5, N.Y. President of tne society distributing the voiome
is Joseph Schlanq.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Shavuoth Living Proof
Of Divine Revelation
Hebrew Jerusalem who found that
these scrolls were written about
2.000 years ago in an ancient Heb-
rew- script, and they include a few:
books of the Bible and other un-
known books. After the War of In-
dependence, great pains were
taken to buy, with huge sums of
money, the hidden scrolls, that
were brought to the United States.1
It became clear that these are holy
books that became disqualified
and hidden, because holy books
that become disqualified are not
destroyed, but hidden so as not to]
be damaged by man.
The 2.000year-old scrolls were
well preserved on account of the
dry air in the Judaean desert on
the shores of the Dead Sea.
' .--. .'.- Will 1'
Ml Sol Rashln on I
in MeildlnA nnlv*rsui
i.-.i in TucmIh; : u
..... What is II..! I-
up tli- Wi rid?' Evening < IS t. m
i--.!.,\ Id ., .i: S. rn n Men -
Hint N'... i r, '.- v.
led lion ol
nfll ..... : .
Id B Kr.i .it 1'likoi 1 .
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Av.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
Pi Ida | ...... Saturday
'......ii N.i
Saturda> 6 p.n cl m
ind Kil. ..; the r:.'.h^r-
----
LUBAVITCHER MiNYAN. 800 VVaih
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aura
ham Koif. Cantor Ernest Field.
-
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
.1737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
. ----
OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man.
Situr in Hie Wllderneei Hit. ... p.m
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
miaa.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Friday 6 p.m Saturday a.m. Ser-'
mon: "What la a Nararlte?" afincha I
(:lt p.m Bhavuot aervlces utart Tues-
day ::t0 p.m. Wedneada? "> a.m. Ser-
mon: "What Did M------- Receive on
Mount Sinai?" Evening 6::t > i> r,
Thmsdav h a.m. Sermon: "The liif-
ferenre Briwwn a Will, rn-s- and :i
.lungle" Tilkor 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con.
aervatlve. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
i-'mIi> ::". p.m. Sermon: "Th- Wom-
an'! Role In Religion." Baa Mltsvah:
sunan Karol, daughter of Mr an
Mra airben Miller. Kntnrdni *:K
i "Scripture I.---..11 for
the Sabbath." Bar Mltzvah Stephei
Stuart, aon of Mr and Mrs. -
Landau Minolta IS ji m Bh ivunt
aervicea Tueada.v <; r p.m \\...|i...
rtaj IS .1 in and 6 i> m, Thui d
j:4-i it- Vhtl oi -n, ., m
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Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Micnact
Kyrr.
ffobbi Gross
thunderouslv
Publish^ bv Brit Ivri, OUmit Tto,oPaL172B5Ef>T.HnroS.H|,LEc'0n.a.,rvHal,,:);
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Hebrew Academy
As we approach the holiday oi
Shavuoth, marking the giving o
the Torah to the children of Israe
upon Mt. Sinai,
i dramatic Mid-
rash i c story
comes to mind.
The Almighty
made the rounds,
say the Rabbis,
to Ishmael. Ks
sau and to all the
nations at the
t i m e. offering
them His law
Suspicious-
ly, each asked.
"What is written
therein?"
"Thou salt not
steal thou
shalt not kill ..."
roared the Almighty.
Quickly they turned away, flat-
ly refusing the Almighty and His
offering. "This Torah is not for
us." they declared, "For who can
live without the sword and who
can survive without the gun?"
Still Unanswered
Evidently things haven't
changed much in the past 3.000
years. The Almighty is still mak-
ing the rounds, and His call still
remains unanswered.
A great majority of the Amer
ican peopie. say the pollsters, are
religious and seek religion, but a
religion that is convenient, timely,
up-to-date, one that can fill the
needs and ease the anxieties, of a
20th century civilization.
The ringing words of Genesis.
"Let us create man in our image."
has bevn given a new twist by
modern man and reads instead
"Let us create God in our image."
Rather than raising mankind to
reach the heights of Sinai, soph
isticated man would adjust the
teachings of Sinai to his mediocre
values and selfish standards.
The confusion around the recent
controversy concerning the exist-
ence and presence of ally a question of wi
eligion play in our lives
The Jewi.-h people who wei
Mt Sinai proclaimed "N'asse V>n
shma" w i' will do and t!
'to understand They were
concerned with the
ramifications of the D
Rabbis of :be Talmud .
the genius of the Jew
ago expressed im- Jew
by quotins the Almight;
ing, "Would that
themselves less with M
they observe my coi
Discovery in LHe
The Jew finds Cod not tl
philosophical sear c h i n bir
through life itself. Fre
meat he rises in the m
life is governed and guide i by J
set of laws, principle- ral
ethics.
In his every action, thf Jew
finds Gcd and experiences ;
nipotent and the omnior-
Religion and God to th-
cannot be merely an
exercise for the sophisticatt-il tin:
. versity student or for the acmiem
ician.
How poignant is that retort of
, the Chassidic Rebbe to the student
1 who asked him where the Aln
| might be found. He answered
"Wherever He's allowed in!"
God's existence is only a pro^
' lem to those who shut htm out >
their lives.
Shavuoth. the holiday of Divin-
revelation to our people, has re-
i mained as incontrovertible pro'
\>f our faith and belief in an etet
nal. personal and living God
This pugf it nr^nj.f.I in CO- i
operation with tie Grater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association.
Coonl:nar,>r of feitum up- |
pari i| here is
DR MAX UPSCHITZ
fpirinul leader of Beth Torall
Congregation oj Mortn Miami
Beach.
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Friday. May 20. 1966
+Jn*isl> nwkHaan
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Study Intermarriage Data
inq part of the American cul-
ture anyway?" he asked
Rabbi Jack Bemporad of the
Union of American Hebrew Con
G'.ancir." at the impressive figures cf the Liie Insurcnce Divi-
sion o! '."6 Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to rght) Bernard
Litman :c-chairmcn of the division; Stanley Watts, chairman;
N!:iton WelM, vice chairman of the overall CIA; and Harold
Abbott :--chairmen of the division.
Shavuoth Services
I enion phenomena."
.1 Cantinut-c from Preceding Page
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..in \- .. v -
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TEVPLE B'NAI SHOLOV 16800 NW
22d Avt Conservative Rabbi S. M
'. ichtei Cantor AbraMaoi Rtneman.
Sinai." Tueda> 6:4S p.m. Shavuot
i I In W.-.ln. >.l i\ :4.i n.in S.r-
non "We Who Have fllven the Law
' tiir World." Evening 8:45 p.m
l'h >i -1:i> S:4S a.m. Sermon: "Con-
. 11i11v: VourHelven With the Roula
the LI vine Ylikir service* I0:S<1
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. R.ibbi
S.imusl April.
PridaN 8:30 |...m. "Numbers*: In th<
H ill. in. -- or I ipsi rt." Saturd >j S: IS
ii m Bar Mltavali: Kenneth, son of
Mi and Mi.-. *. Ooodman. Mineha
".:.: n.m, il...i in confirmation i
Shavuot cervices mart Tu-wia>
Jewish ; r. p.m. Sermon: "End of Counting
Sermu l>" V..11 i. ti. r Wedne*d.i> 8:4.1 a.m. Sermon:
in s.i- The Blhllcil Golden Mean '!"* not
TMPLE EETH TOV 5J38 SW 8ti.
5-. Conservative. Rittbi Ralph Z.
j m a n
TSMPLC E.'ANU-EL 1701 Washing-
t> Ave Conservative. Ribbi Irving
L-nrman Cantor Zvi Aaler
in a- ii iduatlon
..i..-.. n -
I
NEW YORK (JTAi The ris- fewer studies and more plans put
in rate of intermarriage involv- into action to strengthen and in-
ing American Jews represents a tensity their sense of identifica-
tailurc of theology or ideology, not Ition and commitment.
psychology. This was the predom- Dr Nathaniel S. Lehrman. Clini- .
inant theme of an all-day confer- ca, IriStru,tor Psychiatry, Al-,g !,fr'?L ^ .Sorrn^B mixed
ence Sunday on The Psychologi- berl Einsteln college of Medicine ^^'fi^TwinftheM.
cal Implications of Intermarriage" r Yeshiva t'niversitv asciirjed, a e B j e
sDonsorcd hv the Cnmmiuinn nn .tsniva V" \e'Ml-\u asL ,", ficulty of isolating cause and ef
sponsnita ny tne commission on "the irresponsibility of the young'; f. .. ,:.,,,:., hp -.j
Synagogue Relations of the Fed- in rea:d ?o marriage to "the over' ^'. "'5 c|8". S i0 L S
oration of Jewish Philanthropies, normissiveness ot the old" who ?hat e- t u ,.! .
- permissiveness oi int oiu \wiu. ^(erj^uQn bv the children of a
A select group of 50 leading rab- "under the impact of both misun- hidden unreso'lved parental prob
bis, psychiatrists and social work- rlerstood egaliUrianiam and mod- Jem v jn a crucia| stage
era of this area participated in the ern psychology." fear they may be Qf deveIoprrler,t break out into an
discussions which focused on the traumatizing their children If they identitv crisis and give rise to con-
causes and means of prevention stress obedi.nce to the eommand-
of a rising rate of intermarriage .merits, as is -fundamental to Ju-
vvbich, when considered together I daisin.
with a declining rate of reproduc-
tion, portends the slow dissolution
'and eventual disappearance of
Jews and Judaism from the Amer-1
ican scene.
The concern which moti-
vated the conference, according
lo Rabbi Isaac N. Trainin, di-
rector of the Commission, is
based on recent surveys which
indicate that the number of in-
termarriages involving Jews is
increasing as the Jewish com-
munity becomes more and more
native born and a greater pro-
portion become higher educated:
that Judaism loses seven out of
every 10 children born in mixed
marricvies; and that the Jewish
birth rate is only 2.2 per family
as compared with a Protestant
rate of 2.8 and a Catholic rate
of 3.0.
Many parents, he said, re-
nounce their "traditional guiding
role" and give their children no
religious training or identifica-
tion so that they lack deep per-
sonal feelings and loyalty for Ju-
daism. "Why should young peo-
ple marry within their faith if
that faith means little or noth-
ing to them, aside perhaps for
lox and bagels which are becom-
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- icrai- Ri'orm. Rabbi Worria Kip-
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li. Sa > Mltxvali
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unabated. Rabbi Trainin stated,
the proportion of Jews in this
temple sinaT"oVnorth miami country's population will diminish
Temporary oftice 1820 ne 164th st from its present 2.9 percent to 1.6
Refn-m. Rabb. Daniel M Lowy. |)t bv ,he enf) of ,ne twentieth
Cantor Chet Gale. r _,, _.
rridm :U ,.. service at >n- century. "This would be a tragic
Inaton Kederal, 8S9 nk 187th st. all development, he declared.
...-k.nl. .-.-. iii'Hi: i ..linn.ruin .. u
in, smiliatli t'.ayera." Suturdaj n Dr. Jacob Arlow, clinical profes-
;;,:" ^ *"*\:\\-J-l":.:.;-.:......' '" sor of psychiatry. State University
------------ | of New York, set the keynote in a
TrLAVF"fT-H, JAcC0n!erv9a5:,vEe. major paper in which he asserted
Rabbi Maurice Klein. that "to oppose mixed marriage
Kt|,i.i> si. p.m. i...iadatlon ot Tern- on tne grounds that it constitutes
I'!',,.";.';,;'. '^'"^';; ";:'." u.'"; poor mental hygiene is to obscure
hunr. Saiuruay : a.m. bar Mltavah (n(> serious issues at stake. He
iS^rSSJE? "&' Sfr1U.S!W the forces which culmin-
.-,iu-.-.ia> : a.m, and : p.m. shavuut ate in an intermarriage as reach-
.>., .^ ,1,,,, >,..., : :,...,. .zk..r.-.M-;jng far back in(0 chil(|hood an(|
e------ 'developing through adolescence
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conservative, rtabbi Maxwell *cr ,"">-ii v,^ t- ^
per. Cantor Ben Dickson. resolve their neutrotic conilicts
FVidaj s:l.; pin. s.nu.n: i'.msu.i ccrtajn individuals turn to inter-
marriage as "a first step toward
eradicating their Jewish identitv "
He stressed the importance of
parental attitudes and behavior in
the formation of a child's sense of
identity and feeling of belonging.
Dr. Arlow also warned against
pessimistic predictions based
upon surface surveys of the col-
lege experiences and attitudes
toward dating and marriage
with partners of other faiths be-
cause "this is a period of change
and instability, of experimenta-
tion and transformation" and it
is often impossible to tell just
how a person feels about his
Jewishness "until he becomes a
parent and has to make deci-
sions on behalf of his children."
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Dr. Fred Brown, head of the
Judge Milton A. Friedman, of', Psychology Division of New York's
3001 SW 2nd Ave., was guest I Mount Sinai Hospital, said that
speaker for installation of officers,any predictions about the future
by Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith
on Sunday at a luncheon in the
AJgiers Hotel.
He also addressed the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge at
the Algiers Hotel on Wednesday
at 8 p.m.
trends of mixed marriages must
be based on the prognosis for the
future of the American Jewish i
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people will consider their Jewish-
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when they have an emotional in-
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and he said that this depends upon
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Friday, May 20
Delegates meet at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education
to adopt the accreditation prcqrctm for 28 Jewish schools in
Greater Miami. The program will go into effect in October,
when the list of accredited schools is scheduled for publication
to designate the quality schools in the area. The accreditation
program has been under consideration for the past three years,
involving deliberations by educational directors, rabbis, edu-
cation committees, end the professionals of the Bureau. Seen
in the picture ere seated (left to riaht) Hyman Chabner, Beth
El Congregation; Mrs. Judd Merl, Temple B'nai Sholom; Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, Beth El; Mis. Ira Hirfchfeld, Temple Emanu-El,
Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. Leon D. Brandeis, Temple Emanu-El, Mi-
ami Beach. Stcnding (left to right) are Heiman Rodstein, Tem-
ple Sinai; Herman Rothstein, Temple Beth El. Hollywood;
Jacob Sachs, Kneseth Israel Congregation; Louis Schwartz-
man, Bureau of Jewish Education; Irwin Berman, Temple Beth
Am; Miss Nettie Goldstein, Temple Beth Sholom; Joel M.
Gottehrer, Beth Torah Congreaation; Samuel J. Liebowitz. Tem-
ple Emanu-El; Benjamin Swire, Workmen's Circle.
New Group Here
Takes Office
Emma Lazarus Group ol
-ah held n> installatioi
Tuesday noon
Hot*
I list.i ling officer wi
Louis I! Stallman, i
Musical program :
' lor, ai
i
Mrs Willian K
chairman ol daj Mrs ,1
-ti :n !- preside
Glick PR Firm
Ope^s on Beech
VV. Bill ("lick has
public relations, publii
Using and promotions
Lincoln Road.
Click, who established h
in 1945. recent 1> compli i<
year- contract with Mian i
to publicize the citj
versary celebration Hi
special events directoi tor Miam
Beach
JHebrew Acad. Marks Anniversary
Milton Weiss, piesident of Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association, was the first "pat;ent" when the Heart-
mobile was parked in front of the Federal's main offices at
407 Lincoln Road Mall recently. The test was run by Dr.
Marvin L. Meitus (left), president of the Heart Association of
Greater Miami. Free screening-demonstration six-lead electro-
cardiograms were co-sponsored by Miami Beach Federal
during the first three days of this week. Hundreds of persons
lined up en the Mall to take advantage of the free public
service.
Cable to Link Miami, Boston
Hebrew \cademj of Greater
Miami >urth an-
niversan at it- 24".> Pine Tree Dr
ai: hi last week
Louis Merwitzer, president ol th'
said hal there were
led I i and i (pen House dur
.
The Academy has been oper-
ating 18 yea's in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, said that "we want tho
er.tire community to become in-
Ixcbbi Receives
JJA Medallion
Rabbi Nathan II Zwitman re
ceived the bronze L'nited Jewish
Vppi al's v E Daj medallion foi
In-..... chairman of the .1 \
ol Monroe Count}
He ;i- awarded the annual ten
nis tournament troph) of the Jew
ish AgenCJ Seminar at Cornell
Universit> Rabbi Zwitman played
Rabbi Rudolph Loebell, of Kim
wood City, who had defeated Dr.
Arthur Tamkin. ol Cranston, III.
in the finals
Operations on the Bell System's
eu super capacity blast-resistant
otnmunications cable that links
liami to Boston will beyin this
eck.
Project, costing S38 million, will
revide i'U.-JOO additional long dis-
ince circuits to handle the ever
ncreasine communications needs
i Florida and other areas along
ic eastern seaboard.
Over 420 miles ol cable will be
lined in Florida, with 2G0 miles
of cable buried along the median
strip of the Sunshine State Park-
way Most of the cable will he
buried four feet, excent along the
parkway where it will be buried
three feet.
Turnpike authorities and officials
of the Department of American
Telephone and Telegraph Company
said that there will be little, if any,
delay to traffic since most of the
construction will be confined to
the median strip along the north
and south lanes.
Newly-installed officers and board members
of Miami Beach Chapter Asthmatic Children's
Foundation of Florida are seated (left to right)
Mrs. Maye Sperlina. Mis. Charles Enaler. Mrs.
Isadore Karp, Mrs. Gabriella Nash, Mrs. Sally
Werner, Mis. Sidney Goldberg, Mrs. Edna
Finberg, Mrs. Isaac Sides. Standing are Albert
Hochberg. Foundation president, Mrs. Wil-
liam Hanford, vice president, Mrs. Ida Hand-
ler, Mrs. Syd Springer, Mrs. Max Rosenblatt
Mrs. Harry Fishman, Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt,
Mrs. Tilly Greenberg, Mrs. Milton Koch, Coun-
cil president. Dr. Michael Horowitz, installing
officer, and Israel Friedman, executive vice
president. Installation ceremonies were held
at the Asthmatic Children's Foundation Resi-
dential Treatment Center. 1800 NE 168th St.
teresfed and
Academy."
active in the
'.ca len ; ; clas from nurs-
i i\ throui I nintl adi Girls can
II e Mai arel I 0
Weishaus H o il 24 13 Pine
Tree Dr
the Mesh .
1965
Alton R
part of the A
5< lool
pd t and si
hibition
ser\ed during the Open
Hous
Post-Graduate
Surqical Seminar
S. K Bronstein. adn
said thai < "edars ol Lei
pital sponsored a pn
pal seminar on i :
Saturda; lasl
Dr Morris II Bla
of the Cedar* Dcpai Inieni
and seminar dii
subjects discuss*
in thi
Hi" Shock Pi
lion of 11
Participating I
-
R. Paine. Buff a lo <
Hiram C "
- n. 1*1 iv er-il .
Forum Discusses
'Living Happily1
The Second Rule m the Art of
Living Happily" was to be discuss-
ed by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at a
regular session of the Spinoza Foi
um for Adult Education this
week.
The Forum meets every Thurs-
day at 10 a.m. in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave Doors open at 9:30
a.m.
Dr. Wolfson s address was to be-
gin at 11 a.m. A program of music
and humorous recitations was to
be piesentcd Raphael Burstein is
chairman
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Seoscn's Windup
For ZOA District
151
Zioi
nizat'on
up hi
of enterl
I
Guest C'apt. 1
r .,: ".
,,' the 1 \ Foil
1048. He is at i
ntal
:- area.
also a pi
shou jig ol a in film on Isr:
Refreshtni tits .ml a
closed the meeting.
oeth David Religious School Junior High graduates include
to right! Marc, son oi Mi. cud Mrs. Aarnn Steinbeig; Gary,
, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rackear; David, son of Mr. und Mrs.
*_h Berman; Martin, son of Mi. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein;
.us, son oi Mr. and Mis. Hymcin Pcnn; Joel, bOll of Mr.
md Mrs. Harvey Friedman. Second row are Robert, eon of
and Mrs. Sidney Pozen; Judith, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs.
id Issenberg; Judy, daughter oi Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Fein-
i; Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader; Louis Gadon, mem-
-f faculty; Stephanee, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Mai.
- Toni, daughter oi Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feinbera; and
Saul Rabin, educational director. Last rev/ are Edward, son
Seaboard Reveals
Reduced Fares
To Nothern Cities
A combination of modem
-I ream liners and low round-trip
coach fares to northern cities is
expected to attract vacationers
planning to visit historic and scen-
ic places as far north as New Eng-
and and Canada, according to
\ ,i Ficht, general passenger
>nt of Seaboard Railroad In
Miami.
Between May 1 and Nov. 15."
said Ficht, "we will offer reduced
30-day limit round trip coach fares
etween Honda and northern
ities. These fares are good ev< ry
i ay oi the week.
"Here are typical examples:
Pound trip from Miami to Wash-
ington, $56.50; Baltimore,
S60.28. Philadelphia, $69.28;
New York, $77.80.
'A i iminal service charge tor
;ei ved, reclining coach si at
rach way on our Silver stream
ners applies in addition to the
aid.
For the convenience of our
scngers we are offering !>oth
norning and afternoon departures
m Miami, and southbound from
\i w York.
The acquisition of 36 more
eight stainless steel
.i hi -. dining cars and tavern
ervation ears by Seaboard will
i p take care oi the lame volume
p >scngers expected on our Sil-
.' ti ii and S I' er Star during
the coming vacation months
ng on the individual
imer's own plans and buds
it. northern vacations can be lai-
tor made to include streamliner
travel, hotels, sightseeing and .m-
lomobile rental.
"Our increasingly popular
New York City theatre tours can
be taken either individually or
with a group. They include
round-trip streamliner travel to
and from New York, tickets to
'op Broadway musicals and
plays, hotel accommodations
and sightseeing.
"All Seaboard vacation offerings
can be enjoyed bj those wishing
in travel in deluxe private-room
Pullman accommodations. Money-
saving round-trip Pullman travel
fares are on sale every daj oi the
j ear
"Featured on our Silver Stream-
liners are modern, reclinin | seal
coaches, some with their own
ities, other lounge j
i ommodations, excellent dinin i
.ire,I to \ a< .il ii'i '
i I- the SI r\ lees ol a ten ll
assuring to ; ari
traveling with small children
.1 passenger service a [< nt."
of Dr. end Mrs. Leo Bravermcn; Gregg, sen oi Mr. and Mis.
Staniey Spieler; David, sen oi Mr. end Mrs. Gerald We i
Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Learner; Mitchell, son
Mrs. Howard Berger; Irving, sen ol Mr. and Mrs.
Dacks. Nol chewn aie Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murrey
Dacks. Not shown ae Michael, sen oi Mr. and Mis. Jet
Fieedman; Robin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Turetsky;
and Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Puder. Graduation
exercises will be held in conivnetion with the commitr
graduation under the auspices cf the Bureau cf Jewish Educa-
tion at Beth David en Thursday, May 19.
Panelists Difxuss
Teen Drinking
i nfirmation >'' of Ti
pie Beth \m held its
it the \ear on Mon ay, ">
e Youth I mnge
dinner, th ire
discussion on T< en x
ir j with |aneli- 5 R:>'
rt \] Baumgard and Dr. i
win I < si r.
; .. .., aiso made ir seni
.....eise hull i
ir 13th yi r in t
Hell i ool
.
'Y* Branches Hold Activities
MRS. WALTER LEE0W/7Z
Skit, Music
At Luncheon
Mrs Walter Lebowitz was in
stalled as president of Rcnanah
Group of Hadassah at a luncheon
last week in the Algiers Hotel
along with the new slate of offi
cers for the y< ar 1966-67.
i tertainment for the day was
riginal -kit written and pre-
sented hj Mrs. Jerr> Teitelbaum
and Mi Jack Kratish. accompan-
ied b> '.Irs Ben Ball at the piano
Invocation \\.i~ \\ by Mrs.
Ja> Dormer, chairman for thi
Master of ceremonies was Mrs
Thomas Trent, and Mrs. Jei
Zeltzer led the group i so
Mrs. Allied Free table
decorations chairman.
Senior Citizens of the YXI and
WHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
8th St.. sponsored a full-length
feature movie Sunday. May 15.
The final activity for Senior
Citizens was a picnic and pool
party Tuesday. May 17. at the "Y."
The event will start at 11 a.m.
Annual farewell luncheon spon-
sored by the Golden Age Friend-,
shin Club of the Miami Beach
VMI1A. 1536 Bay Rd will be held
on Sunday. May 22. at 12:30 p.m.
The luncheon will take place at the
Isaac Gellls Restaui ant
Mrs Lillian Ginsberg and Mrs.
Sadie Steier, volunteer teachers at
ilv Senior i ten i >aj I entei
w ill be honored for their v
\vo junior liij.li girls' club m
the Greater Miami YM and W'HA
is planning a visit to the Hope
School for mentally-retarded chil-
dren The club will give a partj
at the school, featuring a perform
ance of an original play.
Preview of activities in the
Karl;. Childhood Development Pro
gram was held at the North
i ountj "Y. 14 136 NE 6th .v e
May ll. Parents of children three
to five-years-old were to meet the
Staff at the "Y."
Swimming classes will begin a'
the "Y," 8500 SW 8th St., June 13,
announced Lou Wechsler, chair-
man of the swimmin i n imll ee
A class for pre-schoolers will be
held Mondav through Fridaj morn
urn- i uher clas es n ill be oi
i/ed according to ability rather
than age. Classes to be offered
will be for beginners, advanced
beginners, intermediates, and swim-
mers.
Commiffee iiames Pallot
E Albert Pallot, president
Biscayne Federal Sa>
Loan Association, was appoint
to the FS1 It Regulation I omm
tee and the International Comm
tee of the National League of I
sured Savings Associations in .
announcement made here b< i
League's president, ll P Grce .
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Templf ^daorah pre-school children hold a surprise party,
The Exo'dvfs of the Jews," on their return frcm recent vacation.
Seated, back row (left to right' are Sue Goodstein, Stuart
Uffner, Ronnitte Goffer, Andrew Krantz, Jcy Brownstsir., Helene
Jccobson, Rachel Orvietc, John Schor, David WilHg, Mara
Internationa! Unit
Elects Officers
By Special Report
Mrs. Ronald Brown, of Cleve-
land, was elect'.fi president of the
international Council of Jewish
Women at its triennial convention
last week in London.
Other Americans elected to high
- tfic by the world body, which re-
presents Jewish women's organi-
Dfi in 19 Counties, are:
Mrs 1. Lee Levy, of New York
City, vice president. Mrs. Alexan-
der Mirtz. of Cleveland. O.. sec-
retary; Mrs. Louis Broido. of New
York City, assistant secretary;
Mrs. Ira Copen. of Newark. N. J.,
treasurer; and Mrs. Jerome Curtis.
of Cleveland, as-istant treasurer.
All represent the National Coun-
cil of Jewi>h Women of the United
States.
Convention sessions were de-
voted to needs of children, the
j-latus of women under Jewish law
and other aspects of Jewish family
life.
rishbein and Maria Englandc-r. Fiont row are Kathy Spear,
Fhilip Gurian, Julie Woolf, Stuart Silver, Howard Maltz. Lydia
Eigelman and Jean Garcia. Locking on cue Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, guests, and Mrs. R. M. Stem, teacher
r | ,
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Dr. Horwitz Serves Men's Club
Dr. Michael Horwitz. unanimous-
>y reelected as president of Temple
Ner Tamid Men's Club, was in
(tailed at a breakfast last week at
the temple.
Officers who will serve with Dr.
Horwitz are Joseph Silverman.
Harry I.ieberman. Norman Super-
stein, vice presidents: Paul H.
Press. Charles Goldstein, secre
taries: Frederick Ptopper. treasur-
er; Louis J. Gold, chaplain
Board of directors include Irving
Cohen. Bert Praser, H> .-.>-
Frank. Michael Glazier. Harry Cla
zer. Ixiuis Suchman. Julius Res
nick. Murray Miller. Hyman Risen-
baum. Dr Lewis Dan. Louis Nru
feld, Martin Borkan, Louis H.
hleinberg. Maurice Bernstein
Adolph Greenbaum. Hv Posnor
Dale Regent. Albeit Rosenbere
Fia Rosenfeld. Murray A Shaw
Muses Wolf. Louis Cohen. Ma>
Raskin. Louis J. Gold. Alex Eig,
Honorary trustees are Juliu
Resnick, Murray A Shaw. ixnti
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Sisterhood Coffee with Rabbi
Eeth Jacob Sisterhood held
its monthly "Coffee with the Rab-
bi" on Wednesday. 8 p.m., in the
David Whitman Social Hall. Topic
by Rabbi S. T. Swirskv was Why
Coffee?"
recipe
for
folks
newly
moved
MRS. B0NA1D BROWN
Couple Discuss
On Diet, Heart
Members of Beth Jacob Sister-
hood listened to Dr. and Mrs.
Milton S. Goldman, of Miami Beach,
stress "You, Your Heart and Food''
last week.
Dr. Goldman, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Heart Association,
discussed the medical benefits
derived from proper diet. Mrs. Lu-
cille Goldman, homemaker. told;
women how to control a healthy!
diet.
Mrs. Goldman a'.se discussed!
practical and simple methods used
in low fat cookery and restricted
salt menus.
to GREATER MIAMI
Tike on* phone cill (or coupon
below), add hostess with baskets
of gifts and information about ths
aty, stir in genuine hospitality,
and you'll have a generous and
delightful welcome. Just phone
Welcome
Jane Fisher
Speaks on Beach
Men's Club of Beth Torah j
held its annual Mother's Day [
breakfast in the social hall of the!
Temple.
Featured speaker for the break-,
fast was Mrs. Jane Fisher, who
discussed the founding of Miami
Beach by her late husband, Carl
Fisher.
She was introduced by Jerry
i Lelchuck, vice president of Amer- j
ican Savings and Loan Association. I
Mrs. Fisher recently wrote in the
Readers Digest about her husband i
as My Most Unforgettable Char-1
acter."
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Cardiac Hospital
Installs Officers
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital held
annual Install nd lunch-
noon in the A>
Dupont Plaza
Hold.
stalled will
headed by Mrs v. H Gold-
man ;i~ president. Mrs Jack Geyer
was in charge of reservations.
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Friday. May 20. 19SS
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Special assembly marking the 18th anniversary of the State
if Israei was held recently by the students of the Hebrew
Academy. Liqhtir.g the 18 candles on the birthday cake are
Howard Kaplan, nursery student, and Carolyn Budnick. 12th
rtudcnt.
An Arabic matzah bail, first of its kind for Miami Beach, is
- out to be samp'.ec at Omar's Tent en Arthur Godfrey Read
y Anthony Abraham, prominent in the local Lebanese com-
munity, and Leonard Zilbert, active in local Jewish civic af-
Virs. Serving the new creation is Omar's Tent co-owner and
:.ast, Bcb Hanna. The matzah ball is made of filet of lamb,
rus-hed wheat oriental herbs, pine nuts and spices blended
with the Tegular matzah ball ingredients. ^___
Judge Lebowitz
To Teach Course
At Fis5 er School
Ma M. Fisher (ommunity
School, 112* Drexel Ave., Miami
"Beach, announces a new free
course, "Law for the Layman." to
''C offered each Tuesday evening,
7:30 to 9 p.m., in Room 123.
Judge Walter B. Lebowitz,
Miami Beach attorney, will In-
struct the course.
Judge Lcbowiti taught busi-
-- Forces Institute and has lec-
tured te.'cre civic groups on im-
portant topics. H? previously
served as a city attorney, attor-
ney for the Democratic Party of
Dade County, and presently r-
pre?ents Miami Beach on the
Dade Countv Democratic Execu-
tive Committee.
He has served as co-council for
he general sub-committee on edu-
cation of the United States House
of Representatives with regard to
the problems of the aged, and has
lad numerous articles published.
He has lived in Dade County since
hildhood and has practiced law
iince li*54. An active member of
he local and state Bar Associa-
tions. Lebowitz served as chairman
ind attorney for the legal aid com-
nittee of the Miami Beach Bar
Association from U>57 through
I960. He has served '>n numerous
vher committees of the Dade
'minty ami Flor d > \ ocia-
tions,
A pa -t pr 'Sident ol Kneseth Is-
rael Congregati n Men Chib
ifd Hii'. ctor ire B*nai
B'rith Ledge, Lebowitz it s rved
;s president of the it -
cratic South Shore Citizens Asso
iation. and has work ii as a dis-
riit director in numerous char-
ity drives.
He also served :i- past governor
of the Miami Beach Moose I- 1 Ige,
relate of the Miami Beach
Cnights oi Pythias Lodge, and is
1 member of the Biseayne Bay
Masonic Lodge and the Miami
".each Elks.


Results of the annual 'No Minimum' bruncneon and show oi
the Young Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal are
outlined by Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Looking on at a re-
view session attended by 50 women from throughout Greater
Miami ere (ieft to light; Mrs. Richard Brickman, past president
of the Young Women's Division; Mrs. Howard I. Trinz, pres-
ident; Mrs. Robert Traurig and Mrs. Howard Katzen, co-chair-
men cf the No Minimum Division. Ths- luncheon was held
here recently.
stors
Council
Holds Meeting
Set flftr Friday
Council for International Visi-
tors oi Greater Miarr.i, will hold-
its annual meeting on Friday, 4
int.. at the Parkway Theatre
1261 Cora! Way Reception for
nemher; and invited guests will
election and in-
i 1 iffi rs
Mrs
Mil idei Mrs
: E ecutivi
'):- :.. Felts, Mr-. Chai
Mr- Hi Moss
. 1 1
':-, .:: \ K r.
respoi ling s I irj. a:- I '
Thomas S G twin, parliamentar-
ian.
JJ s Af 1:' '. \V. A. Meadows
will be the insl illing officer, Mrs.
< r, .u ..- Frederick .1. McCartney will be
Closing exercises for Beth ho officially named executive direc-
desh Hebrew and Sunday Schoo" (0|. a change from her previous
is scheduled for Sunday at 10 a m .title of executive coordinator.
j'jooi IWAITEM IE80WT2
Closing Exercises Sunday
UNDERDOG.
West Miami Auxiliary 223 Jewish War Veterans, outgoing
tesident, Mrs. Joseph Achtman visit!, presents the gavel to
oming pieside.-.t Mrs. Noiman Burman, mstalled recently
monies at the Killel House on the University cf Miami
mpus. ___I
Rsbbss Demand Court Justice Resign
IERUSALEM iJTA) A
nip of Israeli rabbi? associated
th the National Reli'ous Tarty
landed this week the resigns
''i of Israeli Supreme Court Jus
Maim Cohn for marrying ai
need widow in New York City
it March.
Noting that under Jewish re-
ous law, Justice Cohn, as a de-1
scendant of the priestly c'.an, is
t irbidden from marrying a di-
vorcee, the lahbis called the mar
"flagrant circumvention"
Israeli law governing personal
I itus recognized by Parliamenl
ind applied to all Jewish citizens
>f Israel.
At the same time, the Sud-phk
Ccirt urged prompt legislative
action for changes in Israel's
personal status law to permit
solution of deadlocks in divorce
litigation between couples in
which one partner is not Jewish.
Justice Moshe Silberg, interim
Court president, issued the rul-
ing asking for changes in the
law to enable Israel's rabbinical
courts, which have exclusive
jurisdiction -n such matters, to
deal with the problem.
Under the present law, the rab
b*nical courts deal onlj with lit-
igating couples where both part
ners are of the Jewish faith.
Don't roll us you can't br
into that tight little clique >t
top Canadian wniskies.
We m n ho .111 underdog. Bug
we're breaking in.The only
possible waj.
With taste.
Sure.w e're new here. Rut
Canadian lovers air accepting
Canadian Lord Calvert for w hat
ir i>: .1 great (".iii.hIi.ui whisky.
(Which is nor so rein.irk.ihl
we've been making line win* ;y
for sa\ \ > (!anadians lor years.
We're not .i~ expensive .1^ \\ e
taste either.We bottle imported
(lanadian Lord (lalvert here, it
we bottled in Canada, we'd
to charge you about >1 more
a fifth.
Why don't you try us?
Then you'll always be able :o
say you knew us when.
Stop h; your favorite
tavern toniijlil ami
see what we mean.
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Friday. May 20. 1965
$25 Million Offer
To Israel for Aid
Campaign cabinet meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal
it the Standard Club was signal lor chairmen of major CIA
iivisicns to assign new cards in effort to go over ihe top in
jreater Miami's 1966 effort to raise SI,566,666. Shewn (left
o right) are Stanley H. Wolff, chairman of banks division;
Donald A. Kcplcn, co-chairman of builder?; Irving Wexler,
jeneral services chairman; and Sam Goldman, honorary
.-hairman of drugs
Pythians Plan
Dinner Dance
Main item on the agenda of the
eorge Genkwin Lodge, Knights
Pythias, meeting set fm- Mon-
ay, 7:30 p.m.. at the Surfside
immunity ("enter will bo the din-
r dance to be held May 21.
The Saturday affair, to be held
.' the Balmoral Hotel, will honor
hancellor Commander David
ross
District Deputy Chancellor Com-
ander Fredrick Zeiger will be
laiiman of the event which will
Singer, Tennis
Stars in Courses
Merman Marehbein-Murbiny and
us Marbitiy conduct free weekly
dult classes in voice and tennis
t the Ida M. Fisher Community
-ehool at 1424 Drexel Am
Marblny, who also teaches voice
roduction at the Fisher School on
ednesday evenings, is organizing
symphon) chorus staled to meet
ach Monday, 7 30 to 9 :30 p.m., in
oom 112<
Mrs. Marbiny, 1965 trophy win
it in San Diego and Santa Mon-
,. will open her tennis program
itli a drj run class next Tuesday
fternoon at 4:30 p.m Weeklj
sses v ill follow at Flan I
ark tennis courts each Tues
Itei noon from 4:30 to 6 p m
Pius Saved 860,000 Jews
NEW YORK (JTAl Quiet
artime efforts" by the late Pope
ins XII had resulted in the sav-
g ol !;;< 000 Jews from the Hitler
inihilation program, a former Is-
.ieli Consul in Milan, claims, ac-
irding to a Jerusalem dispatch
ublished by Ihe New York Times,
MRS. NEtfN 0. COHIN
Judea Names
Exec. Director
P.oanl of trustees of Temple
Judea has engaged Mrs Helen D.
Cohen as executive director. Mrs
Cohen, who will he in charge of
the administration of the temple's
functions, is originallx from Wash
m [ton, D.C She l.a- been a m
ber "i Temple Judea since 1949
and a member Of its stall since
Mrs Cohen ;< hei new iv
sponsibilities al Judea immediately
follow t. i. ui election.
Rabbi Mot ris A Kipi er is son
lead* i of Temple Judea
National Airlines
To Feature New
Stewardess Garb
Continuing a theme of "simple
elegance National Airlines has
introduced :i new summer steward-
ess uniform designed l>> Oleg
Cassini
In hi- design Ca tsini borrowed
directly from the uniforms worn
In British Aim) officers In India.
particularly in his choice of colors.
A stewardess uniform should
convey a dignified appearance
while inspiring confidence." he be-
lieves. "The look should not be
overl) relaxed and informal since
it is, alter, all. working attire.
'The new uniform combines ele-
gance and function with a dash of
militarism to blend with the basic
role of an airline stewardess. Its
studied, correct elegance is in-
tended to reflect the character of
the girls who wear it."
.National presentl) employs 538
stewardesses Kadi girl will re
ceive two uniforms, which are be-
ing manufactured by the Fashion
aire Division of Hart Schaffner >i
Marx They will begin wearing the
outfits on May 25
WASHINGTON fJTA) A
Stale Department spokesman said
this week that the United States
ottered Israel about S52.00O.00O in
new assistance in various categor
les "In response to an Israeli re-
quest for economic assistance in
fiscal year 1966, we have offered
aid consisting of development
loans. Export Import Bank credits
and PL 480 programs." the offi-
cial said. The PL 480 provides sui
plus commodities.
-\Vc have not BS yet received a
response to our offer, but we as-
sume that detailed negotiations
will begin shortly." the spokesman
Stated The total value of the aid
offered will be about S52.000.000.
the largest component of which
consists oi food under PL 480 and
will be payable parth in dollars
and partly in Israeli currency."
From Jerusalem it was report-
ed to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the U.S. offered to
deliver to Israel during the fiscal
year starting next July 1 about
$32,000,000 worth of food sur-
plus and also suggested a $10,
000,000 development loan. Dur-
ing the same period Israel is to
get a SI0.000,000 loan from the
Export-Import Bank.
The offer provides that Israel is
to pay in dollars for 25 percent of
the cost of the surplus food. This
is the first time that Israel will
be paying partly in dollars for VS.
surplus commodities.
The surplus food offered now to
Israel is equal to that provided in
previous years during which Israel
paid for it in Israeli currency. In
addition t" the purchase of the
S32.0O0.OO0 in surplus food. Israel
is buying from private firms in the
United States s-45.ti00.ooo in food
and paying for this in dollars The
United States save Egypt Soti.OOO.-
000 in food surplus last January on
terms of payment entirely in local
Egyptian currency.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
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NOTICE UNDER
Pictured as they arrived
aboard Zim Line's SS Shalom
in New York last week are
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boskin, of
4399 SW 2nd St., Miami, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Boskin returned
from a 42-day Mediterranean
cruise during which they
spent Passover in Israel.
Teen Delinquency
Discussed Here
"Juvenile Delinquency" vv a s
discussed bj members of Temple
\dath Yeshurun at a pre-summer
breakfast recently.
Sam Ratner, Mortis Brodsky and'
Irving Tobias were co-chairmen.
Oleg Cassini has designed
this new dress-and-jacket
summer uniform for National
Airlines stewardesses. Two
color "firsts" for airline host-
esses are curry-khaki with a
dash of paprika. The fluid A-
line shape of the short-
sleeved dress permits free^
dom of movement, and the
jacket has a ridma-habit cut.
with double vents in the back
and fly-front closing for a
smooth sleek appearance.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. ii'.i:i.i:v i;iv i:\ thai
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-'V' "'' ''' ini-.i.ls I., SiHa"
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_____ ." 13-20-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,N"' h IS HKRBIiV C.IVKX that
; undoraiKned. di lrin ti
'< r the n. tilloi ,,,......
Si i:Ki..-i. BXTKKI'KIKKtl al 1*01.0
^ .ih Av Miami, Florida li ti ndn
I -.I'l nam Uh the i lei;
" ull Court of Hade County.
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NOTICE OF I >l
FOR TVX DEFO
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNT > .
FLORIDA IN PBOl!
No. 7i9i *
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CrtH I All l'i
Ina 1'i.nn or Hi mil" A
i:-:.ii. ,
v.,ii .ii.- hen i.v n
IO li.ls.ril .mi ,
Mi li \. i xi.. s hav
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Judjci nl Hade i int)
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I heir offli. in the Coui '""''
In I':..I. "....in% !; Ih ftilhln id*
i-alendar ni,,iiili, fn.ni Ihe 11 ne <' ""
firm |.......am ui hereof, lh "'
will be barred .....
ii ted in Miami, Florida. "" '
d i\ ol Mm AP I '"'
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Pirn) publication f this nol i ""
the 13th .l.i v "i Jin. I Me
MARTIN I.KMI.Ii'H
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Page 15 C
LFGAL NOTICE
l0r,CE BY PUBLICATION
I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
YvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FlORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4304
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Wiri.l.o
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1 ,11 i>i: \ N'El.l.. bi !> bj
,;. Bill of Complaint foi
been filed against you,
i vou Hi' required i" nerve 11 copy
11 v\. or (leading in ihf Hiil
,,,.1.1' ..11 iiw plaintiff's Attor-
: iRiiE A. i> ItltlEN. I:s.i At-
,;,. ., Uiw, 12.1 N.B. lath mi, 1.
1 Ida .mil file Hi.- original
I'leading In in, office ,!
ih< circuit Court on or
.1. i of June, 1X6. If
-". Judgment by il< fault
against you f"i i|i< re-
ded 111 1 he Hill of 'i.ini ia Int.
-ha! be published once
....! i-oasecuth tt e. ka
U ISH FLORIDIAN.
.1 ulll >i:i:i:i 1 .,- Miami,
I 1 da) of April, A.D
1. II I.K \TIIKKMA.V Clerk,
. ',1 I'ouri, 1 hide Count). Flo Ida
. I. 1 I" i'uI'KI.AMi
1 put) Clark
ijKoitui: v obrien, Esq.
-. 1. pn for Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C 4415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'll \ III! t.NlBRI,
I lain!
IBTH si 'EVENS t;i:.\MKiii,
dant.
jzabeth stkvkns URANIBRl
.11 Avenue
:.- v, v,k
.1ZABETH STKVK.vs (1RAN-
hereby notified that .1 Bill
1 nit for Divorc. haa been
you, ..ml you are re-
in -.r\. ;, cop) of your Answer
- Heading i" the Hill .!' Complaint
Hi.. I'lalutlfra attorneys. LEVEY,
TIM, LBVBN8TEIN At SIKKIN.
isle) Building. Miami, Florida
. nil rile ihi- original Anawer .-i
,n 1I1.. office 1.1 ill. i.-ik ..i
. in- in -..iii-t 1...... before the
.!..> .'i .inn,. is*h ir you (all to
judgment b) default "ill be
.; ulnst you for ih. i. Ilel d.
' in the Hill of Complaint.
in- notice .shall be published once
.k for four conaevutlve weeks
Till-; JEWISH FLORID1AN
l)\B AND ORDBRED ..1 Miami.
1"., thi J-.th day of April, l'l'
K B. i.i-:.\ therman. Clerk,
1- m Court, Uade County, Florida
S.l) By; '. I-. .-iH'Kl.A.Mi
I i>ui> -|.-rk
..r.VKY I'llHiSTiK, UEVENSTBIN
i sillKIN
lunrneys for 1'lalntiff
' Mask-) Building
Mi.,ini. Florida SSlSl
____________________4/S 5/6-11^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMES LAW
\|>T1CK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
ndendgned, d.-string to engage In
in. aa tin.I. r the fictitious names ..i
vi'-MWIUH) CLEANER*: MASTER
IJOANBRB at 1681 Alton Road In-
(is i<> register said name* with the
-k f the Circuit court of Uade
'inly, F'lorMa.
I^HUmolJi. INC.
A FI:i. Corp.
S'ole Owner
' TOR LEV INK
Wtoru. > for Applicant
" I'll) National Hank Hide;.
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
M AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70659
E-ini. of
u vrib TESLER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Itoi -- and Mi I'. 1 .11111 11
Claims or Demanda Against Said
hereb) notified and r< -
enl an) ilms and il. -
h yo 1 ma) hav. against
ui MA 1:11: I l-:> 1.1.1; 1 .
l I ..ui,- County, Florida,
1 int) Judges ,.1 1 iad< I 'ount).
' Hlf Ihi snnu. in dtipllcul. .mil .is
I III S. n.,n 7:1:1 JIB, I--J..I 1,1,1
iii their offices in the County
- in 1 lade 'oiinty, Kl<
"ii six 1 alendar nionthx from the
th. firal publication hereof,
anie uiii be barred.
'i at Miami, i- lorida, ilii.- 29th
"i Vprll, A.I). I9t6
IIKNJAMIN 1 n:si.i:it
''i:.ii.ia M. ki:ssi.i:ii
v- 1 'o-Bxecutora
I publication of ihis notice on
I',"..:,'"1 "ay ..1 May, I860.
.'";""> for Co-Bxecutora
m I an, ..hi 11, mil
5.ii-i:t-:!fl-^;
IN|LH.E,,C^0L">'TY JUDGE'S COURT
'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I, ,,,. No.. 70692
P."*;' Batata of
'"iis \i KLEIN,
1 a.s. ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ai tYedliora and Ail Peraona Rav-
I '"> or Demands Againat Bald
*!.....' her. by notified and required
kin ,'"" "' '"> clalma and d. mandti
r.. ryo." "'"' hve aaalnal the es-
" i.f Lulls M. KI.KI.V .1... 1 ,1
''"' County, KL.il.ia. to the
Dade County, ami
i,,,.,, '. ":'" In dupllcat. and h pr.
1 Section 78X Hi. Florida 11
inn ',,""' "' ''"""
n Dad. County. K
' ndar montha from the
,,''' "" flrai publication In
I ..... will be barred.
\ V| ami, I-'......... ihla 29th
t' "' April. All
HATTIK KKI.BIN
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''-11 "i Maj. 1
BY HENRY LEONARD
*vThe front rows are reserved for
the pious and the humble."
Crt. 1t4I, Daywii riJuiiii
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL. NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70310 C
In RE: KaUt. of
EDWARD -ilt.iss
I>i aaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All I'eraom Hav-
ing Clalmi "r Demanda Asalnat Bald
Batate:
Ymi are hereby notified and r^.iiiire.l !
to prevent any olalma and demanda
which von ina\' have aaalnal Ihe aa-
tat.- 01 KliWAHIi .iUi.ss deeeaaed
late >.f Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) .in.it.- ,n Dad. County, and
file Ui. .vann in duplicate and aa pro-
vided in Section 733.Id, Florida Stat-
utes, in their office* In the County
Courthouse in l>ad<- County, Florida,
within Bin imlendai montha from the
lime ..1 the first publication hereof, or
the .-..in.- will l).- barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, thia u.'.ili
day of April, A.P. IM6.
SIDNEY BLUM
As BXecutoB
Pir.-t publication ol this notice 011
the ^:>ili day of April. l?i>6.
KOMMKI, i ROaBR8
Aii..ni.-.\.- for F;x.-.'iuor
420 1-lm-oin Road,
aliunii ll.-ach. Florida- M1S9
4 29 5/B-13-20
tITIi
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a, t>-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 86C 4462
NOTICE OF SUIT
DOI.l-AU SAVINGS' HANK OF
THE CITY uF NB\V \<>HK
Plaintiff,
wii.ua.m josbph wemtc
ct ll.\. .-I al.
Defendants.
To: WILLIAM JOSFH'FI W>:NTZ
am. vim; INI A A. WKNTZ,
Ills WIFE,
3H" Xenon street
Denver, Colorado
Y..vi ai. hereby notified that the
above captloned action haa been Inail-
tut.-d aitainal you In the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial circuit of
Florida In and foi Dade County t" ,
furecloHe a mor|a;aa;e upon the follow-!
ini; ile iii.,ii real property:
Lot 1.1 UI.N-k (2 si-..'rr i.aki:
MANOR, SI-;.'III.N SIX a.,..r,i-
Inii to the I'lai Hi. reol rei ord. .1
In I'lai Hook .,., .,1 |>uk< II ol
I'ublli It. 1 1.1- of I lidc 1 'ounty,
r.....la, toKether I li V'en.
Hlln.l
\ cd to file a reapon~i\
pi. a.llni 111 1 r> omplaint \v 111
the Clerk "f the aforesaid I'ourt, and
- 1 1 1 ii......I ,i"-n plnllitifl
attorn.) MARTIN FINK, Dad. I
eral liulldintt, Miami. Florida
not later thun June -' '...... or a De-
cree Pro Confeaeo will l..- entered
B4ta n-t you
DATBD Aiirll -';. 1966
I) I! I.KATIIKKMAN'
Clerk of Ihe Clr.-uli Court
U) K. M. I-Y.MAN
I leputy 1'l.-rk
MARTIN I'lNl-:
Uade FVfh rul Building
Miami, Florida, 33131
.4 20 e s-i3-:u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT fir TU(
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 9371 (DuVal)
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AINKLBE It. I KRDIK,
ln:.TVeii..r.
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JACK I." HIS IMNNK.
I lefendani.
Hi NICK Ullll DCNNE,
Plaintiff,
v*
JACK I." HIS DCN.Vi:.
Defendant..
I u: i tCK l.i.rfs DUNNE
Sin Llroadway
l-ons llranch, New Jerney
You are hereb) notified that a Com-
plaint for Forecloaure of Attorn.-)'*
Lien bus been brouaht agalnat you ..n
ih. folluwlna deacrlbed propert) and
-linai. in Dade County, Florida,
;.. wit:
Lot 2. Block 4. HI'XgWBPT isl.i:
.......irdlns I', ih. plat thereof re-
corded In I'lai Book SO al Pae 80
1 the I'ulili.- Kecordi ." Dad.
County, l-'l..ri,la. a k a 213X1 SB
24th Court, North Miami Beach,
Florida
And y.m are required t.i serve cop)
of your Answer or Plcadlnft to the
Comiilalnl on AINKLBE K. FBRD1E.
Suite 2.12. 8S1S BW l^- .1. nn. Road,
Coral Cable*, Florida, and file the
orbxlnal Anawer or Pleading in the
Office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on ..: before the 15th da) Of
June, I9tiii. If you full t.. do so. Judg-
ment by default may la- taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint for Foreclosure. Thin notice
shall ho published once each week fol
four consecutive weeka in the Jewish
Floridlan.
WITNESS my hand an.I s.-.-.l *t
i>adc County, Florida, tins loin dav
of -May, 1966.
E. B. I.KATIIKKMAN
Clerk of tin. I'iis-nii .'1,1111
Dad.- County, Flnriila
by: C. P. Col'EL AND.
Deputy Clerk
.-. 13-10-27 I :l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4380
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANT. INK i GL'ILLERMO UINARD,
Plaintiff,
.Il'f-IA MARIA DE LOB ANdHLES
MONTERO de QINARD,
I'. i.ii.lant.
T< I
.MMA MARIA I"-: LOS ANGELES
MONTERO do OINARD
.'all.- iw N.. :;:.ni entre 39 5 11
Mai lanao
Havana. Cuba
Yor ARE HEREBT notified thai
.1 Oompla in for I 'Ivor. haa 1.....1
filed Bgulnal you, und you ur. h
required i" serv. h cop) "l your an-
, he Complaint on the Plain
1 lit'.- attorney, LESTER ROOERS
v hoae .1 Idi 1 s i '..... N W. I Itlt Str.. I
Kl.11 Ida, and fll. Ih. original
of Hi. \nawer In Ih
Clerk "i the Eleventh Judl
in and for I'm:, I-'1- irl.la, n
or befori ih- !-t da) I me, 1966
In default Of ulni li tin- Complaint vsiii
b. 1. .-M ih .-ir.--.-.1 h) v .ai
DA li:i> this Kith day ,.t API II
I-: 1: LF-ATHER-YI kN
Cl. I- of ih.- 1 In in 1 '.'iirt
B) K M LYMAN
Doputy Clerk
4 TJ i, 6-13-2U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5083
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ARLENE SESI.OW,
Plaintiff,
va.
M iKL sksi.i i\V,
I '. :. 11.lam.
I .11 iKL SIlSl.i IVV
175 Hi iich 'Hi Str. 1 t
\ \, ne, N.'M York
ARK 11-: t; 1 notli
h mi for 1 rtvoree haa I" .-n filed
\--ii. a lid 5 "ii ur. li. I eb) ri -
iiulred i" Hervi a copy of your anawnr
Complaint on the Plalntiff'a
y. VRTIirit W K \RLIi K.
- ...Idi, w. 1- ;>'.. N.YV. 111I1 S reet,
Miami. F'lorldi.....id fll. th. -
of the Anawer In th. office of the
Cli rk .d ih. Eleventh Judicial
in and f..r 1 Hide C.nintx. Floi Id
1 fore tin 17th day of June, 1966, In
u. fault of which the Complaint will he
laif. n a 1 onft sad by you.
DATED this Ittli dav of May. 196ti.
1: H I.EAtiii-:i:m V.N
C|. ik of he 1 Ircuil Court
B) MAR) a 1:1:1 II-: K KNT
:. 13-20-27 8 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70718-A
In RE: EatnM "i
mai: S.i1.1.MAN
I 1.....its.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hev-
Ihr .'i.iiins or Demands Agahiat Bald
fcVUUe:
\ quired to present any claims ,*nit de-
mands which you ma) have against
lllte "I MA K x >l.l.MA.> u. -
. him d late "f I 'ad. 'mini ( I'
Couuty Judges "i l'a.i. County,
, 1 a fll, ih.- same In dupli. ate 1 nd as
I. .1 in Sectl.....33.16, 1 '
Statutes, in I heir offices in Ihe tNnint)
in Dad. t'ounty, Florida,
. I'lilcndai '' II om the
. .in.- .'! ih. flrsl pulillcH lloi
H he barred
Dated at Miami, 1 loi Ida, ''
1 May, \.tt
KILKKN V\ .l.l.S
\\ VLTKR \ SOLLMAN
\ tdmlll 1-' 1 .i i -: >
1. ibll. ati,ai <: this not
Ihe 1 :ih dav ..r May, 1966.
HENRY NORTON
Attorne) for Admlnistratlrs
. a in 1 tuilding
0.13-20-:: 0 i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
ELCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4576
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IIKRTII IM KUOCLUMAN, MoliTON
.' IROE -I T VL1ANOFF
..... -l.iSKlll s HELLER,
1 'l.illl'll fs,
HICRllKRT I. CRBEN, LILLIAN S.
1 :l:i EX, LILLIAN B. iil:l-:i-:\. us
Tl uslee, and i IE) IRGE .1.
TALI \.\iii- I'. aa Trustee,
Defendants.
Tl l:
HERBERT .1 r.REBN, l.ll.l.l VN S.
liltliKN and LILLIAN S. U-HKEN,
US Tl ust. -
1 u -1 ;jnd street
\. n York, Ne ^'..rk
Y.'l" AND i:\Cll ..! Viil' ;n, li.re-
b) 11,allied that a Complaint has been
1 lied against >"-. In the al -
1 lolled ''.nil 1 t In abov. -. ntil led
cause .ai April _'-. 1966. Th. nature
of Hi.- null i- 10 -all. ci .1 in.in id. d
:: li'ili- interest In ., uniat known as
' leorae ,1. Pal ......: f, u> '
Ti usf to th. paj uient and ii. 11 .a a
.- main Judgment n fu\ or of I "la
and against 1 >ef. .....nt, 11 i:i;i:i.i:t .1
' iHKEN, Indlvidu: II) and as 'I
which was < < :!.. 1
in the ii ui, .. 1,1 ii
Judicial Circuit, in and foi Uade
County, h'lorida, In th. sum of
U2 plus costs, and tt hlch | idi
III. lit V, as llul.l I id. ,1 III "h II' .
1 nd. 1- 1.....1, iv;_- ui !;,-_, ;.'.; in th.
1 Ifflce of ih. ,. : ,. ..- said Circuit
Court. Th. assets of ihe sal.l "lieorga
-I. Tulianoff, as Trustee Trust" con-
sists of Ihe following described prop-
ert) -:: uate, 1 hi; a mi b< ing in 1 >ad.
County, Florida, to-wit:
The Kusl .' of the Kaal 1 2 of
the XIV 1 1 of Section J, Township
.".;. South, Range :| East, lying
and being in Dade County, Flor-
ida, containing 40 acres, more or
less
Said suit also seeks t. declare as
null ami void ami fraudulent as t..
tills I'iaiinift. a certain Deed from
Defendant, HERBERT I liRBKX,
I.. Defendant, LILLIAN S. .;i:i:i:\
as Trustee, dated August 17, 1964, re-
corded June lu, 1965 In Official Rec-
ords Kok ).;:!", at Pagi :: ol th.
Public Records of Dade County, Flor-
Ida.
You are hereby required i" serve ..
.-.>ii\ of your Answer or pleading t..
ih. Complaint on the Plaintiffs' At-
torne)s, TAI.I ANi il-'l' a- VVAIJJCR
uud MOXROK QKLK, 120 Lincoln
It..id. .Miami He.i.h. Ptorlda, and III.
th.. original Anawer or pleading In
Ih. office of ih. Clerk of the above
curt .ai or : fore Ihe Stl) day i.i
June, 1966. If you fail t.. do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken agalnal
you for the. relief demanded In the
1 omplalnt.
I MINE and ORDERED at Miami
Dadi County, l-'i..ridu. this S*ih day
a April, U.K.-.
E. I'.. LEATHBRMAN
. !lerk .a' ilu- 'it cull 'ourt
1 'a.l. .'.. intv. Florida
B) : L. SNKEDKN
D- PUt) Cl) : k
a 6-13-20-27
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
+Jenisfi Fkridlitn
aollcils your legal noticssm.
VV appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
0ial FR 3-1MS
lor meisenge* eerrlce
LEGAL NOTICr-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< ill. I-: 1- II UltERY .:\ i:n
the and.. sign, d, 'i- siring ti >-ngi
bur iies und. r th. flctll '"1 uani.
THE SIM ORC.ANlJlXTMN at Suit
601, 117." N.I-: 125th S".-. 1. Noill
Miami. Florida Inli nd to r.
name witli the Clerk of the Clr.
. 'ouri -I 1 1. C.....i.v. Florida.
BERNARD Wi'H<>MUER
III. .MAS K IRELAND
M YERS, KA I'l.AN .s f ?RTER
An-irneys i"i Res 1st
1 i.'.ii s.\V. 1st s* ..
Miami, F|i
' 8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTICK is ii:.i:i-.i'V .i\ EN -
Ihe undersigned, desiring 1. i-naag.
huslness under ihe fictitious nain. ol
\ MEIi.'AN I'.KAt TV VVIO.S at 6:11
HImc I ii- Boul. vard, Miami, Flor .
intends i" register said nan- with i i
lerk "f the Hi cult i !o in ol Dad-.
Count ^. Florida
AMERICAN BE MTV \\ I.i
CilRPORATRlN
Bv: David Ki u.. iVE, I*r. -id. nt
SMI ill .v MANDLKR
B) : II tRRY It, SMITH
At torn, j for rwn. r
in; i.a.....iii Road
Miami Beach, Florida
i :: ', 6-13-J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70714-C
In RK: Estate of
ROBE H'BIXTRAUB,
I X .- a.-e.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Ii.-nn.nd- Against Suid
Instate:
Von are hereby notified and required
to present an) claims and demands
which you may have aaalnsl the
estate of ROBE WEINTRAl'B de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Cunty Judges of Dad.- County,
and file tin sain, in duplicate and a-
provided In Section 7U.16, Florida
S'tatut.-s. in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dad. County, Florida,
within six calendar months man the
time ol ih. first publication hereof,
or the sain. *\ ill t.. barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tin- '-"Mil
da) "i \ia ii. vl'. 1966,
MILTi >\ \vKi\Ti: \cit
mai i:h -i: \\ i;i.\ ii:a ir.
A- I" ;.....
Fli -: publlcuti. n of ilii- notice on
i in- 6th da) Ma).
s ,\ni:i. ,i i; \\-|,.
Attorne) foi tati ol Rose VYelntrauh
I.' Seyladd

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR'DA IN PROBATE
No. 704B4-A
In RK '
ABRAH V.M w l-HNSTBIN
I '.-.-. a-. I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tn VLL 1'KRSo.V.w INTERKKTEP IN
II IE ESTATE 'I-' S '. 11 DW'KDKVT,
You an liei notified ilia i .. writ -
i.-n Instrument purp.rtlng to be ihe
last ill and -.- Id ti.. .1-
elll has I.e. II ...limit..I t.. I.ril.i-
-.'id 'ourt. Yuu are h. I | com
m.ind.-d within --. ndar .......h-
from the date ol the I --t publication
of tills notice t" a|ipear In said t'mirl
and shoa a is... II an) you can, wh)
the tu-tion of said Court I
said will (, probat. should not si.....I
Ulll .-Miked.
W P BI-AXTON
'', -. .1 udir*1
By rA)l!4 K I'ASTi'KKIKl.D
ci. rk
LEON A. El'.-TKIN
Attorney for Bx.. utrlx
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bi ach, Fla.
l-i,-t iniidn-ai ii of this notice on
the tJtli day of Mi). !..
' 6-11-.'"-j;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.i'l.'i: is HEREBY OIVEN tha
ih. undersigned, desiring i" engai-
in business under th. fietltious n.....
of BRASH ItAli.. at 127 H SYV 37 Av.
Miami, l-'ia Intends t.- i-ealster -..i
name with il,.- Clerk of ih. Clrcu
"...11-1 ,,i Dad. County, Florida.
i:\ \ .\i rsTKi;
Sole l IH I
KEKSLER, MASHEY ,v BKCKBRMA
Attorneys for Ap|>licani
18a Itiltmore Wa)
. "oral liablee, Ha.
:. 13-20-27 B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN tin.
the undersigned, desiring to engag.
business under the fictitious nam.
KIK.i ADVKRTISINO CO. (nol in,-
at number 7123-A Blscayn.' Blvd., i
ihe- c|t) ,,i" Miami. Florida, Intend
to register the -aid nam. with ih
i "li rk of the Circuit Cnri of Dad
Count)', Florida.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this -ii
dav .a May. 19li.
RICHARD I. KOOTA
Sol,- Iwner
a 1:1-30-27 i!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY tllVEN tli.
the undersigned, desiring to engag
in buidness under Ihe fictitious nam
of JHW DKVUI.ol'l-ntS ai 1054 I
:'7tli sir.-, t. lliai, ah. Florida Intend!
to register said name v.iili the Clei
: Mi. 'ircuil 'i.iiri of I lade Count)
Florida
HERBERT WERTHEI MER
JENNIES. vVF:RTHEIMKR, Ins n.
Sole 'u in t s
IMIB1' H NEWM VN
aii, i \ nnta
>".'. I lad. I' deral Building
Miam Flu ida
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JJUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 6eC 4642
NOTCE BY PUBLICATION
I VNE BARRET i" MILLW Vltll
I'lair '
SAMI l'l. C MILLW \RP
D. fen.Ian'
\< d'. SAMI'l-:i. i' Mil.I." '. ':
id. 11. i- I 'hl.n-
a copy of youi
a
-. hi !: : N'ICHii '-
N\V 12th A
oi iglnal wiih cl.
ie .Inn. herwise < om-
plalnt will lie confi seed b) ioU
DATED Ap ii .-
E B. LEVTHEU.M \ \ -
By: K. M. LY.VI vN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63682-B
IN II1 listnt. if
lt( ISK MKI iNIi 1\.
Det-i ,
NOTICL OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hi n li bIvi ii -hat w -
- filed o K mil lb i-..i i and P.
' on for I 'i- rlbutlon ...... Kli al I <\-
harg. i :\ nor. of the i state
Ri >SE MKI'Mi'K, d.-. eased: and ilia
"ii the id dav of June, IU66, wl
uppl) to th. I lonnrable t'ounty Judge
oi I .a,I. i 'ount) Flor da, for ai>|
of said l-'inal Ri poll and for dlsl. hu
lion and final discharge as i!\.- utor
of il.....i.....: ai., ,, -nam.
de. .1. in. 'I'ln- 9th da) .a' NIa) .
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SILVIA \\ KISS
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Attorney for Kxecut.-rs
I On Bis. a. n. Blvd.. Noi ih
Miami, Florida J31J2
5 1-20-27 i 8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 4953
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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^Jewist: fkxrMHail
Friday, v
=Y 20. 1968
Dr. Max Nussbaum to Address Regional
ZOA Culminating Banquet Here May 27
I., 'i May, of Nashville. Tenn., University of Oklahoma, he as-
president of the seven-state South- sumed the pulpit ol Temple Israel
east Region ol the Zionist Organi-
m (ii America, has announced
in 1942.
In in.
critical years of the Hii-
the appointment of Miami Braih :"' regime, Dr. Nussbaum, as con
Zionist Icailur. Abraham Grunbut,
.is chairman of the gund banquet
tact man for Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
brought constant reports from Ger-
many to London on the situation
of German Jewry, and was re
sponsible for bringing many of the
.lews out of Germany into the free
world.
Dr. Nussbaum was a member
of the first United Jewish Ap-
peal delegation to Palestine in
1948 and again in 1953. He has
attended several World Zionist
Congresses and is a member of
the important World Zionist Ac-
tions Committee. He has also
been a delegate to the World
Conference of the UJA in Jeru-
salem
Dr. Nussbaum is the recipient
of a Doctor of Divinity degree
from the Hebrew Union College
and of a Doctor of Literature de-
gree from Dropsie College. In ad-
dition to his present position as
i national chairman of the Amer-
that will close the region's 28th an- ican Zionist Council, he is a na-
nuol conference on Sunday even- tional vice president of the Amcr-
May 29. in the Fontaine Koom ican Jewish Congress, honorary
of the Fontainebleau Hotel. president of the American Jewish
Sidney Raymond, of Miami Conress, Southern California dis-
Beach. is serving as chairman of m,s; member of the regional
the four,lav conference which uill lx>i"
-tart on Friday (venin
...".(I will end with business >cs-
Fine at Helm
Of Meet Here
ml
'
Florida Superr
will hold its 21
Country Club ,--'
rn
meeting at the D
27 ,
Ronald i. ; .,, ,, ,
Division of Foo
Miami, and pn
elation. will pres
ings scheduled
of seininai s
DR. MAX NUSSBAUM
Rabbi Dr. Abraham B. Hecht. president of the Rabbinical
Alliance of America, and Rabbi Chaim U. Lipschitz, director
of the Community Service Bureau of Yeshiva and Mesivta
Torah Vodaath. present a plaque to James W. Austin, pres-
ident of Northeast Airlines, in recognition of Northeast's con-
tinuing policy of offering half-fare tickets to members of the
clergy. Northeast's policy has been in effect since 1957.
Raptuuc
cinemascope
MVMf
melvyn doucUs
patricii goi
dean stockwell
gunnel lindblom
Emanu-EI Opens
Fall Registration
Registration for Temple Kmanu-
El's nursery, elementary, religious.
May 2?! of Christians and Jews, a member and continuation departments of
of the national board of governors its youth education program is
Outstanding Zionist leaders
from the entire South will be
present to participate in the ban-
quet, as well as the activities of
the conference. Reservations for
the banquet may be secured,
from the ZOA office, 1370 Wash-
ington Ave.
Guest speaker at the Sunday
ing banquet will be Dr. Max
Nussbaum, oi Los Angeles, Calif.,
past national president of the
tsed functions
::>i the l nited States,
urn, spiritual leader
Israel. H< Uj wood.
ol the Bres au
!i Theol Seminary, At
'i 25, in- served as i a
i;c I in at .lew ,i i ongregation
of Berlin, where he remained un-
til leaving Germany. Through Dr.
n S. Wise. Dr. Nussbaum
was brought to this country. Dr.
Wise had
the occas
conference in 1939
the Nationa
eau. will be
Ihe banquet.
ZOA Speakers' Hur-
instalhni; officer at
President-elect of the region
is Rabbi David Shapiro, of Tem-
ple Sinai, Hollywood. Also parti
pating in the program will be
Shimon Yallon, Israel Consul
General to the Southeast United
States, and Rep. Claude Pepper,
U.S. Congressman from Florida.
their children from 9 to \2 a.m..
Mondaj through Friday.
The elementary school is the
sole Conservative synagogue
day school in the Southeast
United States. The program, un-
der the direction of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, has qrades one through six.
Registration takes place Monday
through Friday from 9 to 3:30
p m.
Entertainment at
mice by iiii Israel
dance troupi be< n
planned.
Serving men of the
banquet are Ben Gilh r, Albert E
Ossip, Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Isaac Honeii. Max Parness and
Morris Sim in. The committee of '" 14 years old i-
workers include- Morris Minov, il,t'1 Synagogue
Fred Haas. Aaron Kahane. Max
Raskin. Ezra Finegold. William
Agranove, William Silverstein, Ja-
cob C. Fishman. Julius J. Rosen-
For children nd up.
lail) religious h< <>! i-
ed to ch stu-
dent, ers a three
am.
A Sundaj School and confirma-
tion department for youi sters '
also offered.
Youth and
Your.- Judaea round out the -yn
a (Ogue's schedule of educational
plans
d met him in London on gtfn. Irving Schatzman. Herman WorlfmPrl'c Cirri*
,1 ,L Jew,shAlab Weintraub. Abe Rubin. Meyer WOrK"en S 1*11X1 e
Hears Portney
Siegel. Greta Shubow. Sylvia Mev
After serving as director of the ers. Rose Simon. Faye Ruddv and
Jewish Student Center at the State Joseph Amigo.
STARTS FRIDAY, MAY 27
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SHOAL ATTIHTION TO THtATK PAKTIIS AT AU THtATUS!
Opens 12:45
Dr. Samuel A. Portney. chair
man of the History Department at
Florida Atlantic University, will
be guest speaker at a combined
installation dinner dance of the
Miami. Miami Beach, and North
DadeBroward County Workmen's
Circle Branch on Sunday at the
Algiers Hotel.
Dr. Portney. a specialist in mod-
ern European history and 20th
century' Russian history, will speak
on the Ferment on the American
College Campus."
He came to the Boca Raton
school after teaching at Trenton
Slate College in New Jersey. In
the summer of 1965, he worked in
several archives in West Germany
in connection with his post-doc-
toral research in recent German
history.
Leonard Zilbert. member of the
Miami Beach branch, will be in-
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UN Chapter
To Hear Speaker
Irvin R. Schindler. vice presi-
dent of the Florida Division of the
United Nations Association, will
speak on American Extremism
and the Cnited Nations." it was
announced by Andre S. Bialolenki.
president.
The meeting will be held at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
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Frier-. May 20, 19G6
v*Je*vi$li fhrM/am
ragell-B
eth Sholom Sets Tribute to Or Olom Faculty
Election Sunday
l
<
.-elected officers of the Florida Women's
D:v.- on, American Jewish Congress, plan the
an:. U donor luncheon to be held Tuesday
at tf.e Eden Roc Hotel. Left to right are Mrs.
Jeaiif-tte Stern, president, Coral Gables-Miami
Cr..-.:er; Mrs. Sy Reese, North Dade Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter; Mrs. Harold Druker, Wom-
en's Division fund-raising vice president; Mrs.
Sylvia Silvers, presiden', Justine Chapter; Mrs.
Joseph Albuquerque, president, Louis Wise
Chapter. (See story, Page 6-B.)
Academy Groups In Lato Supper; Installation Set
\- ler "first" has been ini-
thc constitutent organ-
'it the Hebrew Academj.
- group, PTA, and Hebrew
j Women.
embers and friends of the
\ili gather this Saturday
30 p.m.. at the Deauville
r an evening of fun and
entertainment.
\i 'dine to Oscar Mamber and
Dr. Matthew Zuctwrman. eo-
chairmen of the evening, a pro-
giam featuring the Temple
Email -El Players in the widely
acclaimed "Tevya and His Dauh-
Icrs." will lje presented.
I owing the performance, a
lati -upper will be served, when
.lo.-eph Cohen, chairman of the
nominating committees, will pre-
sent the slate of Hebrew Academy
officers in be elected for the com-
ing year.
To be elected are l.ouis Mer-
witzer, president; honorary life
presidents. Dr. David S. Andron,
Harry Genet, Ben I. Binder;
honorary vice presidents. Morris
Riencnfeld. Jacob Cohen. Charles
Fnichtman. Archie Greenberg,
Jacob Kaufman. Raymond Rubin.
Wolfie Cohen: Samuel Reinhard.
first vice president; Joseph Cohen,
second vice president: Leonard
Rosen, chairman, board of direc-
tors; Prof. George Pickar, vice
chairman, executive committee.
Vice presidents. Charles Char-
cowsky, Irving Firtel, Joseph Gon-
shor. Oscar Mamber, Charles Kalb.
Jacob Rifkin, Louis Rudnick, Os-
car B. Schapiro; Jerome Bienen-
feld, treasurer; Dr. Matthew
Zuckerman, assistant treasurer:
J. Jerry Sehechter, financial sec-
retary: Benjamin Appel. auditor;
Herman Bisenberc, general sec-
retary; Henry Penchansky. cor-
responding secretary; M o s e s
Grundwerg, assistant correspond-
ing secretary.
Annual election breakfast >! the
Brotherhood ol Beth ShoJom will
be held on Sunday, 10:30 ; m., in
the Ti mple auditorium, 4144
Chase A\ e.
Officers to be formally elected
are Jack Shapiro, honorary pres-
ident: James Knopke, president;
Joseph Pardo. president-elect;
Aaron Farr. Jack M. Fink. Harold
Granoff, Harvey Kramer, Morris
Miller. Sidney ROSS, Judge Phillip
Schlissel, Walter B. Lebowitz.
\ ice presidents; Sam Rudt, re-
COrding secretary: David Muskat.
corresponding secretarj; and Leon
linger, treasurer.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Jack Abbott. Joseph
Ash. Bernardo Benes. Paul Blum
berg, Michael Brumer. Marvin
( ooper, Philip Davis, Meyer Don.
David Drucker, Ted Dysart, Dr.
Meyer Eggnatz, Paul Gaier, Gary
Gerson, Frank Hepps. Melvin I.an-
dow, Dr, Sanford Levine, Samuel
Merlin. Dr. Robert Marlin. Dr.
Morris Milslein. Marvin I'ehr.
rhilip Postelnek, Melvin Richard,
Sidney Rockwell, Bernard Rosen,
Seymour Silverman. Joseph Sil-
verstein, Louis Snetman, J. Ber-
nard Spector, Martin Steiner,
Bernard Sleller. Irwin Teplis. and
.lack Wagner,
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Mrs Howard Kat/en. past pres-
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Private Partial ...tar up to 250 ... and at-homt caterinr
CALL 445-8819
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in the beautiful
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Lounge Daily Ex-
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from 11:30 A.M.
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| Owner and Chef CABIO SCOTT/ formerly of Copra's Restouronf
Tired of shopping from
store to store?
LIT
HASSEN'S
DELIVER YOUR FOOD TO THE
DOOR
2 Servings 5 Days
Plus Del. & Sales Tax
German American Cooking
Call for Menu
HASSEN'S
HOME CATERING
2980 N.W. 7th St.
635-9716 634-9967
$11.50
Late Friday evening (ervices at
i luded a I
to thi members ol the
Sundi ho la cult) M
Solomon, principal, Jack Altman,
Mrs Jack L.ubin, Ralph Fistel, Di
Bert Kleimari, Mrs. ( arolj n I lies
man. Mrs. Ruth Kaufman, Mrs
Shirlej Kahn. and .Mrs. H. Turner.
Home Volunteers
To be Recognized
Doughi*- Carcli-ns Jewish llonv
for the Ayed will hold'jts aniuiai
volunteer '"Recognition A>ffee and
Lunch" on Tuesday, 9:3* a.m.. a'
the Home.
Fred Ober, treasurer; Mrs. Eugene
Bloom. Mrs. Edward Camner, mem
bers>at-large.
Charter members of the alumnae
association who are being hon-
ored are Mesdames Leonard Jac-
obson, Harold Bellman. .lean Leh-
man, Sid Lewis. Dave Rlfas, Sam
Klinoff. Inez Krensky, Harold
Stone, Morris Burk, .lack Cour-
shon, Harold Spaet, and Jessie
Spirer.
Mrs. Kat/en will give a brief
history of the association and its
community projects, Currently.
the group presents a book
arship, annually, to the University
oi Miami for eligible women stu-
dents.
Mrs. Norman Brown, national
vice president of AEPhi. will re-
port on recent national conclaves.
Anna Miller Circle Party
A card party followed by re-
freshments and prizes was held
by the Anna Miller Circle Miami
Beach of Elks Lodge 1601, rues
day. at it> clubhouse. 720 West
Ave.
Biscayne ORT
Gets New Prexy
At Installatlion
Melvin Richard. Miami Beach
Councilman, installed officers of
the Biscayne Chapter. Women's
American ORT. at a luncheon in
the Algiers Hotel Mrs. Sam Schill-
ing was chairman of the day.
New officers are Mrs. David
Kanenson, president: Mrs. Eva
Steinhardt, Mrs. Abe Edelman,
Mrs Lee Boiler. Mrs. Elsie Moses.
Mrs. Syd Strauss, vice presidents;
Mrs. Ralph Smith, treasurer: Mrs
Sam Schilling, financial secretary:
Mrs. Billie Kollens. recording sec
retary: Mrs. Alice Freeman, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs ira
Werner, parliamentarian.
Mrs Sam Avrach, of the Region-
aal Board, delivered the Invoca
tion and Mrs, Florence Kupper-
man, president of Southeastern
la Region, gave greetings.
The Home will honor more thai
75 volunteers of the 'lEationa!
Council of Jewish Women, now
in its 12th year of Service to the
residents of the Home, and the
Home Volunteer Service Corps.
Part of the program will con-
cern itself with an evaluation of
the volunteer service durinu th<
pasi year, progress made and fu-
ture planning. Disciissmg the pro-
gram will be Mr- KndiW Cordon.
supervisor in charge of the group
activity program, she will also
discuss the Friendly Visaing and
Escort Service Program,
Greetings will be given bj Mrs
Edwin Oppenheim, newly-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jew
ish Women. Mrs William Brenner,
past president of Council, and Mrs
Harry Orleans, vice president in
charge of services.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary of the Home, will pay tribute
to the volunteers and present gifts
to them, made by the residents in
their sewing group. Mrs. Nathan
Botnik. Council Senior Citizen
chairman at the Home, will chaii
the meeting.
Residents' Choral Group con
dinted by Mrs. Edith Krause.
NOW volunteer, will lead the
group in original selections dedi
eated to the volunteers in appre-
ciation for their services through
out the year. .Mrs Lylian Le Vine
will accompany residents at the
piano. An original musical prayer,
ed "M> Message to God,"
with music written by Mrs
Krause, will be sung by Dora Soi
is. resident and accompanied on
the melodica by resident. Mrs.
Nadja Perchikoff, who also wrote
the words for the prayer.
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Established in T945
Famous
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
PARKING
FACILITIES
JE 1-3987
MIAMI
BEACH
J^esfmtrant
.VOW OP EX 7 10AYS A WEEK
SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Under Rabbinical Supervision BAR AAITZVAHS WEDDINGS PARTIES Specializing in Home Catering and Hotel Work SOL WEISS
866-6226 IF NO ANSWER DIAL 866-5278
1216 NORMANDY DRIVE., MB.
Continental -rs Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Horn*, Hall or Synagogue
Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant Quality Par Excellence
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744
HAROLD PONT and I R-V i N GORDON
4.0m0\ and lOM
KOSHER CATERERS "V393
from hors d'oeuvrea to a complete buffet *
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the strict supervision of the Uniteo Kashrus Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi- Rabbi Abraha'-* J Sa'lra.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS fttCEPTIONS
and CATERERS
940 71st ST. UN 6-6043
Specialists for Weddings,
Bar Mitivahs & Social Functions
EL it vrrmto Spanish restaurant
Specialty of the House
"PAELLA VALENCIANA"
OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI
Phone NE 3-94M


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