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

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

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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volu-e 3? Number 8
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 21, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
| AMONG PRINCIPAL PARTICIPANTS SATURDAY NIGHT
Global Search
Launched For
Hitler's Friend
UHl'.'.E MINISTER PINHAS SAPIR
BARON ESMOND de ROTHSCHILD
U.S. SEN. ABRAHAM RIBICOff
NEW $400,000,000 ISSUE TO BE LAUNCHED
Israel Bond National Inaugural Will
Gather for Kickoff This Weekend
ROTHBERG HONORED, CANADIANS ACTIVE PAGE 9-A; WOMEN'S FASHION SHOW PAGE IB
Inte.Tational inaugural confer-
(nee r Israel Bonds, meeting
in Miami Beach tins weekend, will
......n .< some 2.000 Jewish lead-
er- tr in the United States and
C'anadi for the official openinc of
the 1964 campaign to sell $85,000,-
OIK) in I-rael Bonds
This year's conference will he
marked by a spirit of unusual
achievement as the Israel Bond
Organization celebrates its Bar
Mitzvai and as it moves into a
position of increased importance
in reclaiming and settling Israel's
new elopment frontier,
Having achieved a record-
shattering total of more than
S69.OCO.000 for 1963, the Israel
Bond drive will inaugurate a
new bond issue for $400,000,000
on Mar. 1, in accordance with
Israel's reliance on the Israel
Bond Organization for long-range
development resources.
The ci nference program will re-
flect :.".i major aspects of the Is-
rael Bond effort in the United
States and Canada, in Europe and
in Israel, The international char
acter ol the campaign will be em-
phasized in the dinner of tribute
In Baron Edmond de Rothschild.
I ol Prance, which will he held Sat
urday evening at the Fontaine
i I.lean Hotel.
\- president Of the Israel Bond
Drive in Europe, the youthful
I Baron, who is the namesake ol the
I celohr; ted Baron Kdmond, rever-
ed as the "Father of the Yishuv,", special economic projects in Is
has dedicated himself to promot- rael.
ing the stile of Israel Bonds in
Europe, as well as to organizing
investor's groups to take part in
The conference will also mark
the first appearance in Miami of
Continued on Page 9-A
Moscow Demands Death
Sentence far Seven Jews
LONDON (JTA I The death
penalty for li .lews who laced a
long secret trial in Moscow on
charges of "economic crimes"
was requested by the prosecution
at the conclusion of the trial, ac-
cording to reports reaching here
from Moscow. Another Jew in
voiced in this trial, listed a-
Shakerman, had already been sen-
tenced to death earlier in the
week as the "ring leader" of the
group.
For each of the 12 non-Jews in-
volved in the trial the prosecution
asked prison terms of 15 years.
The sentences for the 23 are ex-
pected to be issued within a few
days, the Moscow reports indicat-
ed The trial, originally expected
to bo a "-how trial." lasted sev-
eral weeks and was held in cam-
era.
Izvestia, official organ of the
Soviet Government, revealed
that the accused were arrested
following a denunciation to the
FREE GIVE-AND-TAKE IN ROME
Jews and Catholics Discuss 'Deputy'
HOME (JTA i The role ol
the late Pope Pius XII in regard
to the Nazi genocide of European
Jewrywith particular reference
to Rolf Hochbut's play. "The
Deputy," which opens in New York
on Feb. 28was the subject of a
round table conference attended
by Jewish community and Cath-
olic lay organization leaders here
this week.
The panelists were Msgr. Alber-
to Giovanetti, of the Vatican
State Secretariat; Professor Mario
Toscana, research and documen-
tation director of the Italian For-
eign Ministry; and Raphael Can-
toni. of the World Jewish Con
gress, a former president of the
Union of Italian Jewish communi-
ties "The Deputy." the theme ol
which is that the late Pontiff tail-
ed to speak out against the Nazi
genocide, has provoked contro-
versy in all cities where it has
been shown.
Msgr. Giovanetti, author of a
recent study, "The Vatican and
World War II," said that no one
denied the right to criticize a
historic personality, such as
Pope Pius. However, he assert-
Continued on Page 7-A
ADMITS PASSING ORDER
BEHIND THE SCENES .
NEW AUSCHWITZ TRIAL .
. PACE 8 A
PACE I0-C
. PAGE ?3C
police by a relative of Shaker-
man, whom the newspaper de-
scribed as a "former doctor."
The arrests were maie last Oc-
tober, according to the news-
paper, which claimed that the
ringleaders of the group were
Jewish, naming them as Shaker-
man, Roifman Galperin and
Braslavsky.
Izvestia had charged that the
defendants were part of a ring
which operated a subrosa knitting
mill in the workshop of a neuro-
logical institute in a Moscow
suburb. The group allegedly ac-
quired 58 knitting machines and
460 tons of raw wool from illegal
sources and the goods allegedly
were sold at markets and train
stations with the compliance of
.'gents of I government who al-
lege, ily had been bribed.
In calling for a "show trial."
Izvestia said it was citing the fact
Continued on Page 12-A
FRANKFURT (JTA) Dr.
Fritz Bauer, the Hesse state pros-
ecutor, has launched a worldwide
hunt for Martin Burmann. Hitler's
deputy, alter being Informed by a
former high Nazi that Bormann
was alive, it was disclosed here
this week
Dr. Bauer was informed by Wer-
ner Naumann that Bormann defi-
nitely had not been killed by the
Russians when he sought to escape
from Hitler's underground bunker
in Berlin during the final Russian
assault on the German capital, as
had previously been reported.
Borman has also repeatedly been
reported as having been seen in
South American countries, but
none of the reports has ever been
substantiated.
According to the reports here,
one of the sons of Adolf Eich-
mann, the Gestapo colonel who
was tried and executed in Is-
rael, also told Dr. Bauer that his
father always spoke of Bormann
as being alive. Der Spiegel, a
West German newsweekly, quot-
ed Bormann's mother-in-law as
saying that her late husband,
Walter Buch, had received word
well after the war that Bor-
mann was living in hiding. Buch
Continued on Page 2-A
THIRD FACES MUSIC
2 Former Nazi
MD's Kill Selves
On Eve of Trial
LIMBURG, West Germany
(JTA i Dr. Warren Hcycle. the
lormor Nazi charged with direct-
ing Hitler's program of killing
"biologically-unfit" Germans, kill
ed himself and one of his asso-
ciates fell or jumped to his death
this week a few days before they
were scheduled to go on trial on
charges of having put to death
some 200,000 victims.
Heyde. 62. hanged himself with
his trouser belt in hi< cell where
he was awaiting trial. Friednch
Tillman, 60, died when he plum
meted from a ninth floor window
in Cologne. A third medical de-
fendant, Gerhard Bohne. fled last
August and reportedly was living
in Buenos Aires. The remaining
Continued on Page 6-A
Belgian King and Queen Make
Visit Despite Jordan Objection
TEL AVIV(JTA)King Bau
douin and Queen Fabiola. of Bel-
gium, arrived at Lydda Airport
this week aboard a Belgian Air
Force plane which Hew the royal
couple from Jordan after making
a detour out to sea because of Jor-
danian objections to any direct ap-
proach to Israel. The King and his
entourage, who will spend two
days in Israel, had previously been
scheduled to cross into Israel via
the Mandalbaum ('.ate. but these
plans were abandoned also at
Jordanian insistence.
President Zalman Shazar was:
on hand to greet the royal couple
at the airport after which King
Baudouin inspected a guard of
honor of Israel's Nahal military-
agricultural units. The King then
left for Jerusalem in President;
Shazar's limousine while Queen
Fabiola. who was presented with
a bouquet of flowers by the mem
hers of the Ben Shemen village
youth orchestra named for Belgian
Queen Elizabeth, rode in a car.
with Mrs Shazar. The entire en-'
tourage comprising personal aides,
interpreters, secretaries and mem-
Continued on Page 2-A
TEL AVIV BUILDER
Top Official
Takes Bribe
TEL AVIV(JTA)Yehuda Spie
eel, former deputy director of the
Ministry of Health, will lace sent
ence Wednesday in the district
court here, where h ewas convict-
ed of accepting a bribe. He was a
leader of Hungarian Jewry in this
country and one of the leaders of
the National Religious Party
Spiegel and three other men
were accused of Demanding and
receiving bribes in connection with
the award of a contract lor the
erection of a 130.000,000 (Sl().-'
000.000) Government hospital near
Tel Aviv. The Ministry of Health
was in charge of planning and
building the hospital.
Spiegel was head of the Min-
Continued on Page 3 A


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Ansin is Named Chairman
Of '64 United Fund Drive
uary 21. 1964
Sidney n. Ansin was Tuesdaj
^in named to head Dide Coun-
ty's 1964 United Fund campaign.
Announcement was made al a
board meeting of the Fund at the
Columbus Hotel.
Named associate chairmen ol
the dine were James L. Knight,
president ot the .Miami Herald;
Capt. John ii. Halliburton, execu-
tive vice president of Eastern Air
Linrs; and William D. Singer.
chairman of the hoard of Royal
Castle System.
Global Search
For Bormann
Continued from Page 1-A
was a judge under the Naii re-
gime.
The West German Government
i>es not know the present where-
abouts ot Dr .lose! Mengele, the
former Auschwitz murder camp
selection" doctor, a Foreign Of-
fice -poke-man declared this week
Bonn.
Under Secret a rj Carl Garstens,
answering a question posed bj
Social Democrat ii- Part) Deputy
Gerhard) John, told the Bundstag
that rumors thai Mengele whose
ssignmenl al the camp was to
choose victims for death, was re
siding in Paraquay, had been prov-
1 .i false. He said "we have been
: -sin, (i by the Government oi
Paraguay thai he i- no) in that
country
The deputy then asked "Do you
know where he is?" and the Under
Secretary replied. "No, but we
are searching tor him." Dr.
Mengele, sought as an accomplice
lo mur er. recently protested
through hi.- wife, the action oi
two West German universities]
"Inch deprived him ol his doc-
torate titles. The legal action is
being handled for him in absentia
by an attornej empowered to rep
esenl his interests
As Singer was announced as-
sociate chairman, he was receiv-
ing an award from the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews at NCCJ's annual Brother-
hood Award dinner at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Board President John !!. Ring
made the announcement of the new
appointments.
Ansin is president of Sunbeam
Television Corp.. which operates
wckt Ch. 7. in the 1963 UF cam-
paign, he headed the Major Gifts
Division.
A noted Jewish community lead-
er. Ansin was born in Lynn. Mass..
and is president of a shoe manu-
facturing company established by
his father in 1925 He moved to JWVA Brotherhood Rally
Miami in 1941 and lives with his
wife, Sophie, on Miami Israeli
He has two sons, Ronald and Ed-
mund.
Belgian Royal Couple in Israel
SIDN(Y ANSIN
Ansin is a member of the Ex-
ecutive Board and Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Currently, he
is also serving as Initial Gifts
co-chairman.
Ansin was recently honored bj
Temple Beth Sholom at an Israel
Bond dinner ol tribute, where he
received the Israel Redemption
V'ear Award "for hi- exemplar)
service to the community, the
Temple, and the Stale ol Israel "
Junior Division of the Abe llor
rowitz Jewish War Veteran-
Auxiliary. -The Rebelettes," will
have a Brotherhood rally on Fob
22. 8 p.m.. at 1 nified Hall. 2300
NE 17I.-I SI Gil la Abramowitz is
president <>t lhe Junior Division,
and Carel Beyer i- chairman
Continued from Page 1-A
bers Of the press, traveled in a
convoy of 18 limousines.
The royal entourage was greeted
on their arrival in Jerusalem by
Mayor Mordechai [sh-Shalom and
then proceeded through the deco-
i rated streets of the city to Mount
Zion where the) visited the church
ol the Dominion and lit six can-
dle- m the Martyrs Chamber in
memory of the 6.000.000 Jews who
were murdered by Ihe Nazi- dur-
ing the Second World War. Later
in the day, the King and Queen
were guests at a luncheon given
by President Shazar which was
aiso attended by Prime Minister
i L.vi E.-hkol. Cabinet Ministers,
member- of the Knesset, Israel's
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and Tuesday morning. Course will
end before Passover.
New students may enroll now
lor the second semester which will
be based on the meaning of Jewish
symbols and rituals with special
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Receiving its charter last April
Ihe branch has grown to a mem
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Ol chairman Moe Levin and mem-
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JNF President to Address Seudah
Max Bress] r. president o( the
Jewish National Fund l America.
will address the Purim Seudah ol
the J.NF Council of Greater Miami
on Feb. 25 at the Fontainebleau
W Hotel.
Bressler i- immediate past presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America. Born in the Ukraine,
he came to America in 1921 and
continued his studies at an Amer-
ican university. He has been a
tireless worker and leader in
Jewish educational circles Builder
of the Jewish University of .Ameri-
ca, he is chairman of its national
Board of Trustee-, and chairman
of its National Development pro
gram.
At associate chairman of the
National Executive Council of
the Zionist Organization of
MAX MfSSIM
Concert of Jewish Music Slated Here
Sunday at Miami T Auditorium
America, deputy member of the
Actions Committee of the World
Zionist Organization, and a close
friend and co-worker of the laf*-
Zionist leader, Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, he shared the tragedy of
Jewry in Europe and contribu-
ted substantially to Israel's re-
birth.
He has been designated as "The
Father of the Jewish University of
America." He was recently cited
by I Inited Hias Sen ice on its 751
anniversary as the "mosl outstani
ing Jewish immigrant, who bj his
achievements, best symbolizes thi
contributions immigrants li a
made to the growth of America
As a reward for his Zionist la-
.boss, the State.?t*Jsrael, thrpugh
ihe Jewish National Fund, hon-
ored Bressler by naming a largi
settlement in the suburb ol Jeru-
salem, "Kiryat Menachem.
Leon J. Ell is president Of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami. Rabbi Irving Lehrman i-
chairman of the JNF Foundation,
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
heads the JNF Southeast Region,
Top Official
Takes Bribe
From Builder
Continued from Page 1 A
istry committee that awarded
the contract. He was one of four
defendants in the trial. A sec-
ond of the accused was also
found enced Wednesday. Two were ac-
quitted.
During the trial, it was disclosed
ihat the money received as a bribe
a- to have been used for the con-
-t met ion of a yeshiva in the South
ol Israel, under the auspices of I
the National Religious Party. Mr.
Spiegel was a member of the par-
ty's committee in charge of build-'
ing the yeshiva. Commenting on
this testimony, the judge presid-,
ing at the trial said: "The purpose I
lor which this money was received;
does not alter the fact that it was:
;i bribe."
The prosecution demanded im-
prisonment for both Spiegel and,
A. Yaroni, a contractor who wasi
also convicted in the case. De-,
tense counsels, however, asked
for a suspended sentence, pleading I
that the mere fact that a person,
1 such public position has been j
convicted is punishment in itself.)
A concert of Jewish music will
be presente.l at the Miami YMIIA
Auditorium. 450 S\V 16th Ave.. on
Sunday afternoon, 2:30 p.m., un
der the auspices of the four Sen-
ior Citizens Clubs of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami The en-
tire program is under the direc
tion of H. Marchbein-Marbiny, who
was formerly music director of
the Geneva-San Remo Operas.
Performing groups will include
the YMIIA Golden Age Chorus, the
Workmen's Circle Chorus and the
Miami Beach Community Singers
Individual performing artists are
stdla Marbiny, lyric-colortura so-
prano, former leading artist of Ihe
San (arlo and I.a Scaia Operas;
Donald Canning, leading baritone
dl the Lakeland Opera Workshop;
and Max Gleiberinan, narrator
There will also be a solo per-
formance by Cantor Marbiny.
The program will include selec-
tions from the Yiddish folk reper-
toire, the liturgy, modern Israeli
folk songs and operatic selections.
Piano accompanists will be Anna
Greif and Binah Barnett.
The YM and YWIIA of Greater
Miami is a beneficiary agency of
the Jewish Federation and the
Inited Fund.
Performers of the YMHA Choral
Group are Meyer Auerbach, Abra-
ham Berrin, Mrs. Sarah Braun.
Mrs. Mary Toppel. Sam Deel, Jacob
Goodfricnd, Mrs. Rebecca Good-
friend, Mrs Lillian Garrison, Mrs.
Lena Kelter, Mrs. Etta Oxman,
Mrs. Frieda Rockolf, Sam Sher-
man, Mrs. Ida Simon, Mrs. Rose
Turner. Alexander Yasen, Mrs
Frieda Yasen, Leona Miller, Min-
nie Berman, Ruth Shiff. Mary Ap|
plebaum and P. Gabor.
The Workmen s Circle Chorus
consists of Bessie Birnbaum. Ida
Boyer, Victoria Ernst. Esther
Milman. Ida Poston. Ruth Shuldin-
er. Annie Goon, Bertha Green,
Leah Greenberg. Sadie Lerner.
Gussie Newman, Louis Fcld, Max
Goodman, Max Greenberg, M.
Rigman, Nathan Goon, Harry
Green and Harry Schuldiner
I'hi' Miami Beach Community
Singers includes Lilyan Arnold.
Rae Dubowy, Anka Bross, .lean
Deven Eddy, Elizabeth [senberg,
Edith Kathstein, Lillian Kirson,
Edith Mekl, Evelyn Marks, Edith
Rothstein, Muriel Sampson. Bess
Saslow, Anne Seigel. Lottie Tain
re. Bertha Tcibelbaum. Naomi
Abel. Marion Barlly. Fannie
Furshman. Augusta Goldman, [da
Horowitz, Celia Kalka. Gertrude
Canter. Sadye Kimmel. Jeannette
Koppel. Ella Morgan, Anna Bit-
ter, Nata Utal, Rebecca Weinstein,
Sidney Borenstein. Jack Goldman.
Adolf Larrimore, Aaron Seigel.
Ronald Green. Philip Katzen. Har-
ry Kahn, Jack Kurtz, William
Kimmel, George Ritter. Bernie
Sager, Joseph Shulman. Nat Sal-
ander, Leonard Snyderman, Jack
Weinstein. and Joel William
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Number 8
Friday. February 21. 1964
8 Adar 5724
The Israel
Bond Contribution
Baron Edmond de Rothschild,
namesake of his illustrious father,
will be guest of honor at the in-
ternational inaugural conference
for State of Israel Bonds when the
inaugural stages its banguet Sat-
urday night in the Fon'ainebleau
Hotel.
The young Baron, in his over-
whelming concern for the State of
Israel *oday and as president of
the Israel Bond Oraanization in
Europe, has a significant modal
whom to fashion his pur-
pose.
The elder Baron Edmond de
Rothschild became known as "the
falher of the Yishuv" when his
contributions to the establishment
of a Jewish homeland in Pales-
tine were finally revealed.
For years hiding his identity
as the benefactor of the first Jew-
ish settlements, Rishan and Petach
Tikvah, Baron de Rothschild was
acclaimed throughout Israel when
both the extent and significance
of his woiks became generally
known.
The young Baron's presence at the inau-
gural conference this weekend on Miami Beach
attests to the fact that he and his family con-
tinue in their intimate concern for Israel's best
interests.
The inaugural will launch a new $400,-
000,000 Israel Bond issue, and the 1964 goal
has been set at 585,000,000. The young state's
population is growing at some 100.000 persons
a year, and it may well reach the 3,000,000
mark by 1970. At such a rapid rate of ex-
pansion, both the value and purpose of the
bond campaign seem well magnified.
As some 2.000 leaders from throughout the
United States and Canada gather here this
weekend to plan ahead for the Israel Bond
campaign, they may rest assured that theirs
is a central contribution to the secret drama
in the heart of "the father of the Yishuv."
GOING TO A PIRIM PARTY
.OV^
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German people feel, as they watch the parade
of witnesses, that there but for the Grace of
God go they.
The German Trials
There is simply no underlying statement
that can be made about the Nazi trials being
conducted in West Germany today.
For all the care Israel took to stage the
Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, and for all
the planning that went into making the in-
guiry there a fundamental lesson in history,
the apparently haphazard undertakings in
West Germany today at least at this point tend
to eclipse it.
If the comparison is both a forced and
odious one, it nevertheless can not be avoid-
ed. The seemingly haphazard tone of the
German trials, their spontaneousness, the sui-
cides of witnesses, these and other character-
istics tend to capture one's fancy and to bring
back the violence and incredibility of the Nazi
era with far greater impact than the studied
and carefully-prepared Jerusalem inguiry ever
managed.
But these are reactions outside of Ger-
many. To what extent are the trials affect-
ing the Germans themselves? For the answer
to this, we may well have to wait a long time.
Our own intuitive feelings tend to be nega-
tive.
We foresee a future of resentment and
rebellion because the purpose of the trials is
no! really being spelled out. Neither do the
Yeshiva's New Horizons
Leaders interested in Yeshiva University's
affairs will gather here starting this weekend
to pay tribute to the center of higher learning
now in its 76th academic year.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the uni-
versity, will be in Greater Miami as a symbol
of the heart and soul of Yeshiva.
To be emphasized is the university's Bel-
ter Graduate School of Science. Boasting a
distinguished faculty, the school is making a
notable contribution to the nation's unparal-
leled need for men and women trained in
science and research.
It is through their capabilities, and sim-
iliarly well-eguipped schools and faculties,
that our country can be expected to maintain
the leadership of the free world. For increas-
ingly, knowledge is emerging in its ultimate
role of maximum significance to the achieve-
ment of man's highest interests.
Since its founding, Yeshiva University has
steered a straight course toward the fulfill-
ment of academic excellence. Beginning as
a rabbinic seminary, the university is now
fully branched in the American tradition of
other universities with similar sectarian roots.
A total university in its most complete
meaning as a center of higher learning,
Yeshiva today boasts 17 schools leading to
a variety of undergraduate and graduate de-
grees.
Purim and Survival
Purim next week brings us back to our
reading of the Megillah, and once again on this
joyous holiday, we will cheer the heroine and
hiss the villain and his ten sons.
The heroine is. of course. Queen Esther,
who saves the Jews against the wicked de-
signs of Haman by interceding on their behalf
with her husband, King Ahasuerus.
Principally, we are confronted with one
more period in our history when godless
men sought to destroy the Jewish people.
And it is an ever-glorious ending with
which we are confronted: that the Jews prevail
and survive, even as they survived holocausts
far greater than Haman ever intended for
them.
the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
.

Friday, February 21. 1964
T WOULD be worthwhile for
our nation to study the his-
during the week aWfS SttSZ
and fall to the status of medi-
ocrity as a world power. There
is much in it we can learn;
and while it may be too late to
avoid many of h*r ernrs. for
we have long since traveled
the same path of sinf.omis
sion. the value to us should
stem from another arena: an augmented understanding of the in-
evitability" of events certain to occur during the days ahead
For three-hundred years and more, the British Empire hire the
white man's burden" as a ruler of the seas and colonizer in just
about every' continent of the globe. While we have long held in con
tempt the substance of this phrase drawn from pompous Kipling, and
while we may be particularly fearful of it today, especially because
of its racial implications, the fact also is that we have inheri*d the
responsibility of similar burdens, perhaps on a less far-filing scale
but with greater meaning to the ultimate destiny of the free world
than Britain ever foresaw.
Nowhere is it more apparent than in our relations with tr Latin
American nations today. Here, the stakes are highest, far higher
than in Castro Cuba, which remains a burning issue, of course. But
Castro is a fact, whether we like him or not; while in Latin America
we have yet to see the fulflowering of the seeds of our folly. And
planted they are. just as surely as harvested they will bo: therefore.
hope runs swiftly in the hearts of many of us fascinated b what
seems the inevitability of tomorrow that the future may t i.
wrested from the fate of Cuba under Communism.
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HOPE FOR HAPPY FUTURE SEEMS DIMMED
The particular focus of our f;iilincs is clearly seen
ama. To the people of Panama, we are the same kind pi celM
government that was Great Britain in the heyday of her world
; ncy. We have preached one thing there, and througho .
America, while practicing anol ei principally, giving support o
ultra-conservative and even reactionarj dictatorial ruling for
Thai i1"' United altempl
of dedii ii i sinci thi earlj daj R ios< elt \ h ni I
i i rse the tren I hardl> mil il mr ei rors in the past I
tainly do n< th !e far more recently,
been .. consistent historj ol ci i ry revolutionary
then and I a ti II is a ci a ii point an unenviable
hat imii happen t<> oui best lie intentions when !
mustered too late.
The l s dilemma todaj is thai we can no longer hope to
the kind of revolution one maj henceforth expect in the Latin
ican nations. For it seems inevitable that they will be of thi
variety, if not indeed Castro dominated, and we are of com
nutted to his destruction. As a result, what can be our hope in
Panama, a sensitive hemispheric area where human passions gcrocl
against us have been merely laid in abeyance?
! !
BRIT AMI'S Iff OKI TO RtPAIR OUR DAMAGE
THE JOHNSON ADMINISTRATION has not solved the Panama
crisis any more than the Kennedy Administration prevented its
outbreak. It is here that \\e have reaped the wild wind; it ii here
that our policies have come home to plague us.
If we have failed to tear a page out of Great Britain's history,
it is the British who can now best afford to sit back comfortably and
bask in the I^atin American squeeze to our national destiru For
Panama and the Panama Canal, with all the strategic significance
they possess in the matter of our security, are projections just ten
years later of Britain's dilemma in the Middle East, her final failure
to solve "the white mans burden" and the fulflowering of the hate
she sowed during the three centuries of her world ascendanc
In 1954, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, still basking in
the glory of American global power won during World War II and
until his death virtual President of the United States, crossed ovei
into one of Britain's last remaining spheres of influence to for
out of Suez and the Suez Canal Zone. The consummate gall and the
pompously moral tone this gesture required can only be understood
today by those who did not understand it then now th;.'
suffering similarly in Panama.
Two years later, as an addendum to this pomposity, Pi sidenl
Eisenhower committed the sole acl of his entire administration b>
demanding that Britain. France and Israel leave Suez for good and
all, where they had returned m a joint campaign designed I
the damage created by ikes single vision of greatness
fURTHER APPRECIATION CERTAINLY NEEDED
IT is clear that we have learned neither from Greal
errors In her once glorious past nor from our own in the pres
/-me i- too disastrous to contemplate; yet it is an outcome the mold
for which we cast long ago ourselves Max Lerner, the eminent
political pundit and columnist, in an address before the I ird Ol
Jewish Family and Children's Service on Sunday night, suggested il
is less a cause of sad concern that we are doing so poorlj in Latin
America than an opportunity to marvel over our doing so v
Hi're i- interesting illumination in Dr. Lerner'a supposition, and
not alone because of the still favorable disparity between our besl
intentions in Latin America and our poorest behavior. The week he
was assassinated, President Kennedy appeared at a Pan-American
Press Association dinner in Miami Beach, where I watched with
amazement the unhappy response of the Latin editors to the Pres-
ident s comment that the Alliance for Progress could not be expected
to do the job all by itself.
The people of the United States. Mr Kennedy declared, are
wining to accept the economic and spiritual burdens of contributing
to tie betterment of Latin America. We also, he conceded, owe the
Latin Americans a long overdue debt in view of our actions in the
past, but the important thing now, he said, is the present and the
mure n ,s for us to bear the burden, but it is for the people ol
Latin America themselves to act upon our gesture and our best inten-
tions. It is for the privileged there to learn the need of compromising
and even sharing their privileges, just as we have had to learn it-
J recall that the editors did not like this. Three and a half days
''. the President was destroyed, and within weeks the Panama
crisis erupted. What might John Foster Dulles have said in 1954 ol
^resident Kennedy's address here- How might Mr. Eisenhowei have
to 1986? rt'colh,ttlon of his ^'ngle waking instant as President
... i"U' ?ri,ifh tca".bsk in our discomfort today. Perhaps now we
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THE DECLINE AND FALL OF HAMAN
Purim Narrative Piece of Perfection
Left :o righ* are Jules Arkin, co-chairman, Miami Beach law-
yer; George Talianoff, chairman; and Robert Traurig, co-chair-
man Miami, making plans for the Lawyers Division annual
campaign on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. City Corn-
miss.oner Sidney M. Aronovitz is overall chairman of the
Professional Division, of which the Lawyers Division is an
impr:1ant adjunct.
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Feels Community Needs
Hebrew Academy High School
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I bate followed, with interest.
hundred people at its annual din-
ner this year. It is time for the
the exchange Of letters commenc- community to realize that in order
iny witt Rabbi Tlbor Stein's letter to produce an educated lay Jewish
in the Feb. 7 issue of The Jewish
Flori I in. l am not a follower or
devote< of Rabbi Stern; however.
ivhei true word i- said, it should
be .ii I >w ledged as such.
Then is a crying need in ihi>
town | r a continuation of the He
brew .. aden 'I he great majority
oi gri lates I the ninth grade i
the a demj have no place to con-
i. m studies. This
cognized since the
Hobn v. j has had nine i

Rabbi Horcviti, in his letter of
Feb. 14, states that he consulted
A lor lilt of rabbis before start-
ing e Mesivta. These rabbis all
head nightly specialized schools,
M ;ansequer;ly, it is not sur-
prising that the Mesivta is, too.
None of the institutions mention-
ed b. Rabbi Horoviti in his list
are comparable to our Hebrew
Acact.ny. Our Hebrew Academy
may more readily be compared
to t-it Ramaz School, the Ye-
shivi' of Flatbush, and the He-
brew Institute of Long Island,
all of which continue through
high chool (12th grade). I did
not find any of these in Rabbi
Horo- Ill's list of consultants.
W< ave been very fortunate
here in Miami. We have as prin-
cipal of our Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, who has;
in the lace of many obstacles, no-
tably a generally uninterested
comn unity, created a Hebrew Day
School which is among the best in
the country, if Rabbi Gross had
the founder.- Of the Mesivta around i
him it. year- ago, I daresay that
the Hebrew Academy would not;
be the school it is today, but a j
small yeshiva with a limited en-:
rollmeti! of boys only. Certainly it |
would not enjoy its reputation as
the finest Hebrew Day School in
the Southeastern United States.
It i:i my considered opinion that
Rabbi Gross should follow the
same formula he used for forma
tion of the Hebrew Academy ele-
mentary school ami use it to found
the i. ">',. Academy High School.
when no Jewish child will be ex-
cluded from advanced Hebrew
studies because of sex or because
oi unwillingness to be subject to
the inlensivt religious instruction
afforded bj the Mesivta.
\i. gixteei ears ol existence,
the Hebrew Academy has become
established as a community insti
luii.i,i Pr this was the won
derm, turno il more than twelve
leadership. Miami needs the He-
brew Academy High School.
DR. MATTHEW M. ZUCKERMAN
North Miami.
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Purim narrative is a piece
of perfectiona well-told story
with depth of detail, yet with
a remarkable paucity of words.
The tale has many compelling
virtuesrhythm, tempo, preci-
sion, mystery and pure drama.
Each incident is told in minor
chords, but when the curtain
falls there is a vision whose echo
rolls on and on. It is a measur-
ed story, with words used spar-
ingly as if they were of true
treasure.
A lesser artist would have fall-
en into a trap in the striving to
delineate a Mordecai at the gate,
but the sculptor who etched this
piece was too mindful of the
purity in art to blur picture
with extraneous touch.
Mark of Artistry
A Mordecai sitting at the king's
gate is an overpowering theme.
But in the hands of the scribe
who parchmented the Esther
tale. Mordecai waiting at the
gate attains a staturt beyond
the meaning of the moment, de-
veloping into a prophetic projec-
tion of a tale >hat was to re-
peat itself tragically and end
lessly over the Jewish genera-
lions.
When Haman braves a repul-
sive gesture in the king's cham-
ber, there is no Wagnerian thun-
der, no heroics, no raucous
scene. Creatures of that mold
are too pigmy to have treasured
words wasted on them. It is al-
ways best then, the artist must
have felt, to leave them naked
and exposed.
If brevity is one of the true
marks of artistry, the restraint
employed in the handling of thai
scene reveals a story-teller of
unique quality. Yet the virtue
of terseness in the telling of a
story is perhaps even better
illustrated in the scene that is
the Fall of Haman.
Simple Question
Haman had come to collect the
honor the king promised to be-
stow upon him for the good job
he was to do on the Jews. He
is serious, watchful, astute, alert
but not without a trace of buf-
foonery. He shows no signs of
sensing the impending collapse,
and if he has fear, he does not
show it. His fate is moving to-
ward a climax, but he is nailed
to unreality by other visions un-
til they are pierced by a decep-
tively simple question.
Haman now gives the appear
ance of not being so sure of his
path. There is a pall over the
chamber, a mystery in the midst
of unfolding. He hasn't yet
sensed it however, for he is
still too preoccupied with visions
of grandeur. But when the
hammer falls finally, it strikes
him into complete silence. There
is no wailing or remonstrating
He now seems to know that the
word of king and late is final,
irrevocable,
No Recoiling
The narrative becomes some-
what expansive when it gfl^s
down to limning Jewish elation
over Hainan's fall. But thai i-
how it should be. Brevity here,
the author must have sensed,
would have shorn the incident
of its simplicity. In rejoicing,
restrait is not always a virtue.
The king's dismissal of Queen
Va-liti for the younger and more
beautiful Esther is hardly a tale
for the strait-laced and the vir-
tue-minded. But so skilfully is
this romantic element woven in-
to the major theme that it be-
comes palatable even to the pur-
ists. We forget on reading it
that it challenges conjugal pro-
prieties or even that Esther
stepped out of her fold. There
is even no recoiling at the hang-
ing of all of Hainan's sonsso
perfect a tale is the Purim
chronicle
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Oswald
Alsne
By MAX LERNER
Former Nazi MD's Commit Suicide
A native returning to the^c shores, picking up again where ho
eft off. finds a few swirling tonics of conversation that sweep al'
rise away. Not many the school fight. North as well as South; the
*elf-Maiiehter of the Republican candidates, especially the gruesome
ari-kari Ol Sen. Goldwater; the wrongs and rights of Arthur Millers
remembrance of marriages past; the Warren Commission.
Race, politics, sex-andniarriage. murder. Who was it who said
there are only a half-dozen rock-bottom plots in fiction'* There may
rot lie that many in conversation. 1 shall soon be getting back to
the school struggle and the Republican circus. As for the Miller-
Monroe ruckus, they won't let me get near a seat lor months.
There remain the do-it-yoursell murders by Lee Oswald and Jack
Ruby, each more or less mad in his own way. I lump them together
an er the do-it-yourself label because I hope we have abandoned the
, olishness of calling them either a right-wing or a left-wing con-pir-
!
I though! tin European papers would never get off the conspir-
cj jag One ol the best oi the European correspondents in New
York Leo Sauvage of Figaro, took issue with an early article of mine
in which I bore down on the plol syndrome <>t the Europeans. 1 think
1 was right But I come back here to find that then are still a sizable
i umber <>t Americans who cling to their disbelief that Oswald could
have planned the Kennedy murder alone, and some who even refuse
',m he did il Devil theories die hard. Some never die bul
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The Warren Commission and its staff have taken on an exhaust-
tug and thankless task, bul it was there to be done. Until its report
- published one appraisal i- as subjecive :i- another. Mine is that
pi Oswald killed John F. Kennedy, period
The American Civil Liberties Union ha- rightly listed a calendar
: safeguards that belong to any accused man in America and that
had been denied Oswald. It is tragic that Oswal.l was not given
ie ull judicial protections of the country whose leader he killed,
ut thai does not mean h>- didn't kill him. Oswald's mother under-
standably sticks by his innocense. but his wife's reluctant certaintj
boul his guilt is more decisive. Several impressive reports from
Dallas, in The Times, have convincingly disposed of the whole array
rumors and theories meant to disprove Oswald's guilt or tu link
. shi dowj "others

From where I sit he did itand did it alone. He bought the
ail order gun alone, got the idea for ii.s target alone, did whatever
shooting practice he did alone, figured out the Presidential route
om took his stand alone, sighted an;l shot alone, made his getaway
i the building alone, had his police encounters alone, was cap-
alone, clammed up alone, was shot by Ruby alone, and died
Let the Europeans and Asians and Latin- cling to their plot,
- ndn ne if it helps confirm their view of America as a charnel-
house ol right-wing ghouls dancing with linked hands a macabre
mce of death. Also let the Birchers be stuck with their theory that
1 iswald, a confused Communist, did what he did as a stooge of a
Khrushchev-Castro ring. The truth is harder to swallow than either
oi thi se fantasies. The truth is that a man can kill a President all
on his own. and that equally on his own another man can kill the man
v ho killed him.
Why should we try so hard to disbelieve it? We are after all.
-pite all the conformisms, a highly individualistic culture. It is'
hrcd in our bone that a man can carve out his own career and life.
light up to the summit. Why shouldn't it follow that he can also com-.
I .i-- another man's death, even at the very summit?

Oswald, in his beclouded mind, thought he was a Marxist. Gus
Hall a Communist spokesman in America, has just written a pam-
phlel pointing out that Communists don't believe in individual ter-
oiisi i He is right. They believe only in mass terrorism, in death
bj the thousands and millions in the name of historyexcept where
they have a Trotsky to kill. But Kennedy wasn't a Trotsky. He
wasn't .. Communist target. That is what makes it all the harder
gel inside Oswald's brainpan, and find out how a mind worked
il in cted a shot equally at Gen. Walker and at John F. Kennedy
We shall never know. You can't psychoanalyze a dead man
hat stems to have counted for him was less ideology than the
irii g individual gesture, the lone reign of terror, the unthinkable
i- rial deed thai will leave its mark on history.
Continued from Page 1-A
(t)ctor- man.
Heyde, a brilliant doctor, be-
came a professor of psychiatry
when he was only 37. As a prin-
cipal in the euthanasia program,
one of the most closely guarded
secrets of the Naii regime from
1939 until 1941 when it was halt-
ed under Catholic church pres-
sure, Heyde and his physician
associates systematically mur-
dered mentally-ill and retarded
children, feeble-minded adults
and other "biologically and rac-
ially-inferior" persons to "safe-
guard the racial purity of the
German people."
Although police began an inves-
tigation to determine the cause ol
Tillman's fall, it was agreed that
i; too was probably an act of
suicide
The trial, when it gets under
way. i- expected to have a great
er impact on Germans than other
Nazi war crime- trials because
relative- of the euthanasia murder
program were mainly Germans.
Unlike most of the rest of the
Nazi mass murder program, the
killings took place in Germany.
The Hadamar Asylum, one oi the
six center- for the euthanasia
murders, is only a few miles from
the Limburg courthouse
The ca-e al-o ha- wide political
ramifications, Heyde was arrest-
ed by Allied troops in 1945, escap-
ed from United State- imprison-
ment in 1947 and -lipped into
Schleswig-Holdstein where, as Dr.
Fritl Sawade and with forged
identity paper.-, he got a job as
a doctor with the Flensburg muni- The two suicides followed by
cipality and worked himself up to a week another Nazi past scandal
medical adviser for state courts, the arrest of Kwald Peters, Chat
He was able to do this, though cellor F.rhard s personal security
He was able i uu iu, ..,-.. --
his associates knew about his Nazi chief, on charges of participating
aaintained a in the mass murders of Jews ji
Russia Peters also
past, because they m_-
conspiracy of silence on his I
half.
I hanged himself in a jail cell
Junior Players Offer Musical
The Junior Players of Temple award- for the best costumes,
u-EI 'in present a Purim The elementary department of
i usical. "My Fair Esther," at the Solomon Schechter Day School
Temple Emanu-El's annual Purim'will present a Purim program on
-' on Sunday, Mar 1. Thursday. Feb. 27, 7 p.m., on Ch.
Youngsters of the Religious 2. The presentation was written
School ...II join in the traditional and directed by Mrs Fay Fein-
costumc parade. All participants \ -tein. with the assistance of Mrs
ill receive prizes, with special Trixie Levin
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Youth Schedule
Conclave At
Temple Beth Am
"What Lies Ahead for Jewish
Youth" will be the theme ol the
Temple Beth Am National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth Conclave to
be held Feb. 22 and 23. according
to an announcement by Mama
OrovitZ, group president.
Registration on Saturday in the
Temple Lounge, at 9:30 a. in., will
be followed by an original service,
written and conducted by mem-
bers of the group.
Afternoon seminar sessions, fol-
lowing noon luncheon, will deal
with four major areas in which
Jewish youth of today will be en-
gaged in the near future
Sessions will be conducted by
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, Ellis
Robins, executive administrator,
and. Mrs. Morton Perry, Reli-
gious School teacher, all of Beth
Am, and Rabbi Joe Levine, of
Ft. Pierce.
Saturday evening banquet and
dance in the Youth Lounge will
be followed by a house party, and
Sunday morning brunch will of-
ficially close the conclave,
if Ihe afternoon, team- ol
Hi tli Am and Temple Israel will
engage in a football game
Attending the concla\ will be
gri ups south of Ft Pierci and
delegates will be housi d
bers of the host group. Sylvan
Holtzman is youth advisor
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Friday. February 21, 1964
- Page 7-A
Jewish and Catholic Leaders
Discuss Anti Papal Play
SAM HUMAN
Federation Picks
Heiman, Fleeman
To Top Positions
Sidney I.ef court, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, announced this week the
appointment of two key members
(.f the Executive Committee, Sam
.1 Heiman and David B. Fleeman,
io important posts with the Great-
< r Miami Jewish Federation.
Heiman. past president of Fed-
eration, has been appointed chair-
Continued from Page 1-A
ed, "The Deputy," was a "libel"
because it did not describe any
political motivation of the Pope's
attitude. He cited the opposi-
tion of the Vatican to Nazism
and referred to Pope Pius' en-
cyclical letter, "Mit Brennder
Sorge," which, Msgr. Giovanet-
ti said, the Nazi Forum Office
charge: was meant to arouse
the world against Nazi Ger-
many. I
Prof. Toscana suggested that:
the Vatican State Secretariat;
should complete the documenta-
tion of its archives. This, he said, i
was important because he wanted I
(0 show with such documents that
Italy's pro-Jewish stand during
the war was partly due to the in-;
tluence of the Vatican. He cited
documents showing that the Vati-
can in November 1940 asked the
Italian Government to intervene
with Nazi Germany on behalf ofi
priests who had been sent to the
Mauthausen concentration camp,
an elfort which did not sued-. I
Prof. Toscana also quoted Hit-
lers instructions to Weizsaecker,
Germany's representative at the
Vatican, to the effect that "in
view of the known anti-National
Socialist attitude oi Cardinal Pa-
celli. give him my congratulations,
since this cannot be avoided but
this should not be too warm." The
occasion was the Cardinal's ascen-
sion to the Papacj
Mr Cantoni cited efforts by
Catholic clergy to help Jews dur-
ing the Nazi occupation of Italy.
He said this was done on instruc-
tions of Pope Pius to 'Help. Hide.
Save.'' He said the nature ol the
assistance given by the Church
showed clearly that the activities
were not sporadic humanitarian
actions. He concluded with an
appeal to work in unity tor pro
greSB without regard to religious
differences. He was warmly ap-
plauded by the audience.
Highlighting the Hebrew Academy's talent show lest Sunday
was the appearance oi the "mystery guest," Myron Cohen,
now appearing at the Deauville Hotel. Marc Sommers, ninth
grade student, presents the noted comedian with c Kiddush
cup as a token of appreciation fcr the contribution of his en-
tertainment to the school's annual Talent Show. Sponsors
of this year's show were ninth qrade students. Proceeds
will go towards their projected trip to Washinqton in June
Left to riaht are Jacob C. Cohen, the Academy's "elder states-
man," Marc Sommers, chairman of the show; Myron Coher.
and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Assis'ng the ninth
arade students is Mrs. Edyth Sommers, mathematics instruc
tor.
DAVID HUMAN
man of the Ten Year Capital Needs
Committee, which has as its re-
sponsibility the evaluation of cap-
ital needs of all agencies in the
community.
Heiman immediately schedul-
ed the fit meeting of the com-
mittee on Monday in the lm-
oerial House, where plans were
formulafed for the work of the
group in its goal to meet the
>ong-ranjg r.eeis of Miami's Fed-
eration agcencies.
Kl.'eman, a former president of
he Home Builder- Association of
South Florida, and a leader of
construction industry drives
( n behalf of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, has been appointed chair-
man of the Budget Committee for
the coming year.
Fleeman, wno has held volun-
tary leadership positions with Fed
(ration and serves as president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of Un-
American Jewish Committee, will
head the committee that has the
responsibility for reviewing the
requests of all Greater Miami
Jewish Federation beneficiary
agencies, and recommending allot-
ments to the Executive Comnut-
tee and Board of Governors.
Farband Theatre
Assembly Sunday
David Pinski Folk School will
present the Farband Theatre As-'
^embly on Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at I
Miami Beach High School Audi-I
torium.
Feature presentation will be |
Travels of Benjamin III'' based
on the works of Mendele Mocher
Sforum. adopted and directed by;
David Licht.
Cast includes Pola Kadison at1
the piano, with David I.icht. Ben
Bonus. .Miriam Kressyn, Seymour
Rexaite, Reiil Boxyk and Max
Bozvk.
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Page 8-A
"Jems* ncrtatatf}
Friday, February 2. 1984
SPURN WATIX COOPERATION
Arab Countries Show No
Verve for LBJ Invitation
WASHINGTON (JTA) None more because of the Aral coun-
of the Arab countries has so far tries, for instance, are not it all
displayed any interest in the of- interested in the strengthening ni
fer made hy President Johnson of NATO countries on Cyprus, is thej
United States cooperation with all understand that turning Cyprus
An 18 percent increase highlighted the Paints.
Chemicals and Plastics breakfast, one of the
firs' Trade functions in the 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Pete Silver-
man, of Silver Paint Co.; William Wallach,
Pan American Chemical; Max Raskin, Stan-
dard Chemical; James Aberman, Commercial
Coatings, co-chairman of the CJA group; Rob-
ert Levin, Standard Chemical, co-chairman;
Milton Margulis, Allen Chemical; Arthur Stein,
Stein Paint; Fred Katz, Barco Chemical; Nor-
ton Pallot, president of Norton Tire, co-chair-
man of the Manufacturing and Transport Di-
vision; Max Sockloff, Flamingo Research;
Robert Hamburg and Arthur S. Rosichan,
executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Ex Nazi Admits Passing Pinsk Order
FRANKFURT (JTA) Col
Franz Magill. a cavalry officer in
Hitler's Elite Guard during the
war. admitted in a court at Bruns-
wick that, in the summer of 1941.
he had passed on mass murder or-
ders from Heinrich Himmler,
commander of the Nazi SS, result-
ing in the death of Jews in Pinsk.
Byelorussia.
Magill, now 63, is one of five for-
mer cavalry officers who went on
trial at Brunswick on charges of
murdering a total of 5,200 Jews
during the Nazi occupation of
Pinsk. Admitting that he had
passed on the Himmler order,
which called for the shooting of all'
male Jews and the driving of all
Jewish women into the marshes.
Magill. however, insisted he had
issued such order* "only once."
Magill was adjutant to Hans
Walter Nenntwich, another SS
cavalry officer, who is rhe prin-
cipal defendant in the Brunswick
trial. The three others involved
in that proceeding are Walter
Bonsheuer, Walter Dunsch and
Kurt Wegener.
Meanwhile, here
furt Municipal Council chamber,
the 10 week old trial of 22 former
Auschwitz Birkenau administra-
tors, guards and medical person-
nel was resumed alter a 10-day re-
cess. On the stand as Prof. Hel-
ninth Krausnick, an anti-Nazi his-!
torian, of Munich, who outlined'
Hitler's plans lor the annihilation,
ol all of Europe's Jews.
He said Hitler had estimated
there were 11.000.000 Jews in Eu-
rope, and had aimed at their total
liquidation through "a methodical'
program." He said the Nazis chose
Auschwitz as a major death campi
because of its good railway con-j
nections and the possibility of seal-;
ing off the entire area.
The Frankfurt trial, which ad-
journed until Thursday, was sched-,
nled to hear testimony that day,
from an Auschwitz survivor. Her-1
mann Langbein, now living in I
Vienna and head of an internal
tional resistance organization with;
headquarters in Brussels. Pending,
his appearance on the witness
Stand, Mr. Langbein has issued a
demand that the German Medical
Association order the disqualifica-
tion of 24 physicians in this coun-
try who. he charges, participated
in the Hitler "euthanasia" pro-
gram. Under the program, about
200.000 persons, most of them
in the Frank- Jt,ws and abol|t lom) of thcm i
children, were administered "mer-!
cy death" injections by German
doctors.
t?ied alter plunging from a ninth
storj window in Cologne last
week; and a third has fled the
country. Nevertheless, the trial
will go on. with only one of the
scheduled defendants in the clock. I
Middle Fast countries in research
on nuclear power for water de-
salination, it was reported here
Ibis week The President made
the olter in telling a New York
Weizmann Institute Committee
dinner that American officials
were discussing Mich cooperation
v ith Israel.
The only Arab reaction has
been a wave of vituperation aim-
ed both at the United states Gov-
ernment and President Johnson
personally Soviet propaganda,
emanating from Moscow, has
been seeking to strengthen Arab
incitement against United States-
Israel cooperation on desalination
research.
At the same time, the Moscow
Radio sought to link Israel to
Anglo-American efforts to bring
peace to Cyprus with the Mid-
dle East problem. The Soviet
propaganda line was followed
simultaneously on Arab radio
broadcasts. It was not known
whether this was coordinated in
advance.
Mo-cow Radio asserted that
"the national liberation move-
ment cannot he Moppe i all the
into a NATO base would also turn
the island into a bridgehead
ngainal the independent \
countries, and strengthen .'ie I--
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in the Near Bast
The Arab programs we < even
more explicit, one broad, i
erting that "Washington i> verj
much interested in mi Itri
Cyprus to execute lioni i ere
policy in the Middle East."
The broadcast then referred to
the statement of Alexis I ,1 ihi
son, Undersecretary of State
,i meeting ol a pro Vrab gr ip
Washington, in which he said the
I nited States could not st,.!;j idlj
b> in the event ol ggr<
the Middle Fast
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I yprus in case of n An
and linked this to an inti
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Dr. Ernest Fromm, president
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local and regional medical socie-
ties to probe the charges against
the 24 doctors. Dr. Fromm said
that some of them are dead,
others have already been barred
from medical practice, and a
few have retired. However, he
pledged that full investigates
will be made of the Langbein
charges and declared: "I feel
certain that the profession will
be cleared following this investi-
gation."
At Limburg. a third trial of ex-
Nazis was to be opened Wednes-
day. This proceeding involved
four doctors charged with heading
; the "euthanasia" program. How-
j ever, of the four, Dr. Werner
I Heyde, the principal would-be de-
i fendant, hanged himself; a second
David Pinski
Purim Evening
, David Pinski Folk School plans
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j Feb. 27, 8 p.m., at the Farband
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Children of the school will recite
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Program also schedules Louis
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j Nasnkin in a special Purim read-
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Friday. February 21, 1964
vJenfclh Mtrndtor)
Page 9-A
National Inaugural This Weekend
In Miami, confirming the partnership of the Jews of Canada
and the United States in aiding the economic development
of Israel, are Louis H. Boyar (righ'l of Los Anqeles, national
chairman for Trustees of the Israel Bond O.-ganization, and
D. Lou Harris (left), of Toronto, Israel Bond chairman for Can-
ada. They are joined by Ambassador Aryeh Manor, Econ-
omic Minister of the Embassy of Israel. All three are in
Miami for the 1964 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds this
weekend.
> Samuel Roth berg Honored Here
For 20 Years of Leadership
%?
Samuel Rothberg, chairman of
the international inaugural con-
ference ot Israel Bonds, was cit-
ed this week for his 20 years of
leadership in behalf of Israel and
its economic development.
Rothberg was the guest of hon-
m at a dinner last Saturday night
lor the Miami eonsular corps at
the Fontainebleau. held in pre-
paration for this weekend's inau-
gural of the 1964 campaign to sell
S8o.000.000 in Israel Bonds.
Zev Dover, Israel's Consul for
the Southeast United States, who
together with Mrs. Dover was
host for the dinner, presented a
silver Israel Kiadush cup to Roth-
berg in recognition of his out-
standing leadership. I
In an address at the dinner,
mbassador Aryeh Manor, Econ-
omic Minister of the Embassy |
of Israel, indicated three major |
tasks which Israel must carry
out with the aid of Israel Bonds '
during the next five years: con-
tinued growth of its economy,
reduction in the gap between ]
exports and imports, and im-
provement of the country's edu-
cational system. He stressed
the importance of the last item,
terming Israel's young people j
its "most important natural re- ,
source." |
"We expect to reach a popula-
tion of 3.000.000 by 1970,'' Ambas
NT.dor Manor said, "and we should'
have 4.000,000 people some time
during the 1970s. We must build |
solid economic foundations for our,
growing population because funds |
Irom other outside sources are di-:
Canadians Gather
For Moess Chittin
Several hundred former Canad-
ians now living in South Florida I
wiU join Canadians visiting here
and their Florida guests at the
14th annual Purim Ball and Ban-
quet on behalf of the Toronto-
Canadian Moses Chittin Fund on
Sunday, Mar. 1, at the DiLido
Hotel.
Moess Chittin (Wheat Fund' is
an age-old tradition which pro-
vides wine and other necessities
for needy Jews and their families
lor Passover.
The dinner, which will be held
M the OiLido's Grand Cotillion j
Ballroom, is sponsored by the
Uited Jewish Relief Agencies of
the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Funds will be distributed over-
seas through the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee.
Recipients will be needy Jewish
families in North Africa and Eu-
rope and newly-arrived immi-
grants to Israel.
Serving as chairman is Samuel
dmel, honorary vice president of
the Canadian Zionist Organization.
minishing We must have an in-
creasing How in Israel Bond dol-
lars."
other leading participants In the
dinner were Dr. Joseph J
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization; Louis ll.
Boyar. national chairman for Trus-
tees; and D. Lou Harris, national
chairman for Canada, who pledg-
ed greater results from the Israel
Bond drive in his country.
Continued from Page 1-A
P pir In his capacity as
Minister of Finance oj Israel.'
Sapir will present to the dele-
gate a report on the current
economic situation and outline Is-.
rael's development plans lor the
next live years that depend on
Israel Bon s. Sapir said recent-
l\ that "Israel Bonds represent
the most important and the mosti
reliable financial instrument for]
Israel."
Another major speaker at the
eorference will be Sin. Abraham ,
Ribiccff, who served as Secre-
tary of Health, Education and
Welfare in the late President
Kennec'y's Cabinet. Sen. Ribi-
coff is expected to discuss the
social and educational aspects
of the growth of Israel.
The entertainment program at'
the dinner will feature Jan Peerce.'
world-famous tenor of the Metro-
politan Opera Company, and Han-
i.a Ahroni, young Israeli soprano.
The new Israel Bond Issue to be
launched al the conference repre-
sents an indispensable source of
funds for major elements in Is-
rael's program of economic devel-
opment, Of decisive importance i>
the National Water Project to
bring water from the Sea of Gali-
lee to the arid south.
Although the Arab states have
threatened drastic action to pre-
vent the implementation of this
project, the people of Israel are
determined to move forward with
their irrigation program as the key-
to the reclamation and settlement
o| the Negev.
Samuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization, who has been spear-
heading the initial phase in the
new campaign, will preside al the
inaugural conference dinner. Ad-
mission to the dinner is based on
a purchase of a minimum of Si.000
in Israel Bonds. In addition to the
Israel Bonds sold to delegates at-
tending the conference, the na-
tional leadership of the drive has
been working diligently to push
ales in other parts of the country
under the stimulus oi the Mi mi
inaugural conference.
Israel Bom! leadrs taking p rl
in the conference, in addition to
Baron de Rothschild, Rothberg,
and Mrs. Jan Peerce, "ill include
Abraham Feinberg. president; Ira
Guildcn, national chairman; Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president;
Louis ll. Boyar, national chairman
ci Trustees; Max Bressler, national
chairman of Guardians; and Jul
I; Venezky, national chairman for
Regions
Bank of Miami Beach Buys
Quarter Million in Bonds
The largest single purchase of.
Israel Bonds by a bank in the
history of the bond issue was an-'
nounced by Jack A. Cantor. Flor-
ida statewide chairman of the Is-'
reel Bond Organization.
Cantor revealed a quarter of a
million dollar Israel Bond pur-
chase by the Bank of Miami Ucac'i
;t a reception given by Leonard
Rosen, co-chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
in honor of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.'
national vice president of Israel
Bonds.
I
The purchase was disclosed in
| a letter to Cantor by Philip E.
i Simon, ehairman of the board ,
of the Bank of Miami Beach. In
the letter to Cantor, Simon stat-
ed, "It is the considered judg-
ment of our board that Israel
Bonds have proved to be a
sound, prudent financial invest
ment."
The check for the purchase
the Israel Bonds will be pen
ally presented bj Simon t i Pin
Sapir. Minister of Finance of
State of Israel, at a dinner
urda\ evening at the Fonta
bleau Hotel, climaxing the in
national inaugural conference
Israel Bonds. The check will
presented as a mark of tribute
Baron Edmond de Rothschild
France, guest of honor at the
lerence.
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Friday, Februcrv 21 1984
Sabbath Demonstrations Examined
Acting Metro Commission Chairman Jack H. Beckwith (right)
ppresents a plague to former Chairman Harold B. Spaet "in
grateful recognition of dedica'.ed service." Spaet recently
accepted an appointment to a Circuit Court Judgeship by
Gov. Farris Bryant.
Hebrew Free Loan Association Will
Hold Annual installation Banquet Sunday
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association u ill hold its Mth
annual installation banquet at the
Lombard) Hotel on Mar. 1 at 6
p.m.
Leo Mindlin. executive editor
< I The Jewish Kloridian. will be
installing officer. .Miami Beach
Mayor Melvin Richard will act as
master of ceremonies.
Officers to be installed are
Isadore Schwartz, president;
! C. Zalis, honorary life pres-
ident; Joseph Nevel, first vice
president; Bernard Jaffe, sec-
ond vice president; Max Rappa-
port, treasurer; Zelrfa Kunsf, r.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FABIEN
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Director
Cantor Marbiny Stella Marbiny
cording secretary; Ida Ochs, fi-
rancial secretary; and Max
Price, corresponding secretary.
Program will include the ap-
pearance of Stella Marchbeln-Mar-
biny. -tar of opera and rentier
lyric coloratura of La Scala, Milan.
She will be joined by Cantor Hirsh
Marchbein-Marbiny, noted tenor
and interpreter of opera and lit-
urgical melodies.
JERUSALEM (JTA) After
neated exchanges between secular
md religious party deputies, Is
rael's Parliament voted recently
lo SUbttllt"to a House committee
the issue of Sabbath demonstra
t;pns in Jerusalem by ultra-Oillio-
(,'o\ zealots.
Prime Minister l.cvi Bshkol, who
replied to .sx opposition motions
for general debate on the clashes
in Jerusalem's ultra Orthodox Mea
Shearim quarter, urged patience.
He reminded the Knesset that a
Ministerial Committee was study-
ing the possibilities of an alternate
route to the one used by travelers
through the Mandelbaum Gate be
teween old and new Jerusalem
The present route skirts the Ortho-
dox section.
The Premier said it was the
duty of the Government to main- |
tain public order as well as free
traffic on the city streets and
the route involved is a main
artery. He ilso stressed that
nowhere in the world, whether
in the largest or smallest Jew- i
ish community, was Sabbath ob-
servance as full or Jewish life
maintained more completely,
than in Israel.
That comment was directed par-
ticularly to the rabbis and rebbes
The Prime Minister alluded to re-
.cent critical pronouncements made
I on the subject by such religious
personalities He also rejected
charges that the police were "un-
duly harsh'' in coping with the
demonstrators
The lirst deput) to propose gen
eral debate was Victor Shem-Tov
"t the left wing Mapam. lie urged
more stringent police and govern-
ment meausres against the zealots
in the name of freedom of eonsci- '
once and freedom against religious
coercion. I'inhas Kosen of the
Liberal Party said that the issue
was one of law abiders and non-
law abiders, namely, those who in-
tervene with legitimate traffic by
roadblocks, and not a sccularrelig-
iotu conflict.
Habbi Shlomo l.orincz of Agudat
Israel said he had visited the area
and interviewed persons there, in-
cluding women he said were beat
en by police. The rightist 'Herat's
Monahem Beigin said that the
Government had erred in sending
large numbers of border police to
handle the disturbance. He said
the police action "was tantamount
to punishment."
Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim
was reported to have intervened
in the controversy by opening
secret talks with leaders of the
ultra-Orthodox Jews here. Rabbi
Nissim reportedly discussed with
leaders of the Neturei Karta a
plan to divert the Sabbath traf-
fic. The reports were that if the
Government would show a real
interest in the proposal, and in-
dicate readiness to implement it, j
the ultra-zealot sect m;.*?ht con-
sider dropping plans f0,- new
demonstrations Saturday
Rabbi Nissim was said have
discussed the plan tfltri RreRIrel
Karta representatives and lsked
them to maintain complete irecj
until authorities hftVi ., |... B| "
Tension between Orthodo and
non-Orthodox circles .sni(., nM
reached a critical point It the duty and responsibility both
of these camps to control emo
lions, to calm spirits and ,., i
for tolerance." said Yitzhak Ra-
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in the Israeli Government at a
reception that was held in his
honor by the Union of Orthottox
Rabbis of America in Xc York
recently.
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Jockey Blum Isn't
But Hopes
for Children
Walter Blum loves to visit his
I mami here in Miami, but it can
II> torture the next day. "Every
time I po there and eat the loud I
was brought up on in Flatbush, I
have to go in the box. And, like
^^u>^y sa,\. that's a lot ot sweat
^T"he pound or two that Mama
Blum's Jewish cooking adds to
her son's 5-fO0t-4 frame makes a
lot of difference t<> the 29-year-
old Btional Jockey Champion of
1963. At 113 pounds, he ha- no
trouble getting mountshe can
take a pound off easily enough
but above that, he's in trouble.
Ii a Spartan regimen tor
-in Bone who still recalls the
/savory odor- of the kitchen in
.Brooklyn. He usually goes
[through the day having had only
cup of coffee for breakfast, and
lotting for lunch. Dinner is an
ll-out business roast beef,
lenty of potatoes, bread, salad,
ioda popbut that's it, as far as
atmg for the day.
Over a cup of coffee at the
lodest home at 8501 SW 16th
|T"er., where he has lived with
1 his wife. Sally, and two boys tor
I the past five years. Blum de-
ified his sensitivity to food
' 1e with little regret as he
|ihtii''d at a brownie.
and Blum is one of those few
w ho enjoy the confidence of
the playersget only about 20
percent worth "If the other lead
ing riders rode the horses I won
with, they would win, too."
Around Hialeah and other
tracks where Blum is a great
favorite, they don't think that's
all. The dedication to his work
comes through, even while Seth
5, and Jeffrey 2. are hovering
about trying to get their share
of daddy's attention. He quit
Tilden High in Brooklyn as a
sophomore because he liked be-
ing around horses, starling out
by walking "hots," graduating
to exercise boy in a tew weeks,
and becoming a winner for the
first time on his fourteenth
mount in 1953.
Modest Attitude
I "11 I want t" keep ruling. I
I lave to ii- i areful. So I'm care-
ful. and I'm not sorry." he said
Kith sincerity. That care, and
Ian attitude which ''an best be
escribed as modest, helped
ring him the coveted champion-
ship last year, with 360 victor-
lie- He went to the races on
>70Q horses during 1963. and
(that'.- a lot of saddling up. A
'good deal of this opportunity
ten.- from the fact that own
frs and trainers like Blum The
teason was slimmed up simply
by lum when he said, "I like he
Qlg nice to people."
Ha also thinks it's "mazel"
I that brought him so many win
Ining horses during 1963. and in
ther years when he has been
imong the top 10 rider-.
Hone-Not Rider
"ll you i\.' to decide who's
lost im ml in a race, it's
i' I ,r- least 75 percent of
..ho bet jockeys ,
Two weeks ago. lie was given
a trophy at Hiaieah for bis
2.00()th victory and, in describ-
ing the event, the New York
Times racing correspondent
made a point of calling him
"the personable Brooklyn-born
rider." a description which seems
to tit lew top jockeys.
To compile a record like that.
Blum rarely misses a racing day.
Last season he took his first
months off in 10 years before re-
suming at Tropical Park, and
he confesses that sometimes he
looks forward to a 10-day suspen-
sion for careless riding so that
he can get a little rest and more
time with his family. (Two days
after this interview, Blum was
set down for his perlormance on
Mr. Brick 4.) Otherwise, it's
ride ride. ride. Once in a while
a rare, big day like June 19.
1961. when he rode six winners
at Monmouth Park in New Jer-
sey, comes along and makes all
that riding a real pleasurewith
profit.
Little Socializing
There's not much social life
for him and Sally, although on
Saturday nights they usually
like to go to a night club for din-
ner and ,i show, He mixes lit-
tle with ether jockeys, but this
Isn't because of his Jew i.-lme-.-.
"There's no prejudice around
the race tracksif you're a nice
guy, they like you. and if you're
not. it doesn't matter what your
religion." he feels. Although
there are many Jewish trainers
and owners, there are tew jock-
evs of any consequence now rid-
ing, Arthur Sherman. Bill liar-
matz and Ronnie Behrens com-
ing to mind.
In the past, he recalls, there
were Sammy and Joe Kenick.
Eddie Litzenberger and Walter
Miller, who rode at the turn ol
the century. When we added Ira
Hanford, cited by Harold Riba
low in his book, "The Jew in
American Sports," as being the
Jewish rider of 1963 Kentucky
Derby w inner Bold Venture,
Blum expressed doubt that Han-
ford was Jewish. "He's never
mentioned it all the years I've
known him." he said.
Curiously. Blum has never rid-
den in the famed Derby. "I've
refused to ride in it unless I feel-
I have a horse with a chance
to win, because there are plenty
of big races at other tracks that
day, and I'm not looking for the
glory of riding there. I still
have to make a living," is how-
he explains it.
There isn I a rocking horse in
the house, but there's no special
significance to thatthe two
Blum boys get their pony rides
at the Shopping Center a lew-
blocks away. Like most dad-
dies, however, Walter Blum is
determined that his two boys
will get a better education, in-
cluding in Judaism, than he had.
More tor Kids
He waved at the trophies in
his living room, the latest from
the Academy of Sports Editors
as the "Outstanding Jockey of
1963." and including a few in
golf, which is his favorite sport.
"They're great, and so is the
money. I'm happy and I don't
regret walking those 'hots'
around Jamaica and quitting
school. It's just that I can't
picture this life for my kids."
Purim Festival
At Beth El Will
Aid Scholarships
Proceeds from the Purim Fes
tival at Congregation Beth El on
Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. will go to
student scholarships in the He-
brew School.
Affair is being sponsored joint
ly by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, president, and the congre-
gation. Joe Zalis, president.
Highlight of the evening, to in-
clude vocalists and instrumental
ists, W'll be the crowning of a
Queen Esther. In charge of enter
tainment are Mrs. Fanny Ames
and Mrs. Solomon Schiff.
Trar'itional Purim refreshments
will be served, and committee
members are Mesdames Max Rap
1 a port. Sam Phillips, Rose Siegel.
Jacob Kahn. Rubin Blaustin. Fan-
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Friday, February 21. UtR4
Preparing to read the Megillah at Beth Dav- Marcia Cypen, Alan Kaplan, Bernard Sork,
id Congregation on Wednesday evening in Shelley Beer, and Henry Issenberg. Jeffrey
the main sanctuary are (left to right) Jerome Ram is not shown.
Orlin. Carl Passoff, Mark Marbev. Bruc Kater.
Teens to Fore
At Purim Fete
Beth David Congregation will
continue its tradition of honoring
teen-agers. On Purim eve. Wed-
HMkiy. Feb. 26, at 7:15 p.m.. the
following teenagers wlil chant se-
eded portions of the Megillah in
the main sanctuary:
Shelley Beer. M-ircia Cypen.
Henry Issenberg. liruee Kaler
Man Kaplan, Mark Marbey. Jer-
. me Orlin. Carl I'assoff. Jeffrey
Rom and Bernard Sork.
Introducing each chapter in Eng-
ish will be Barbara Berke. Judith
"lie man. Rebecca Hood win. Lin-
la Kaplan and Barbara Levine.
Groggers and Hamatascben will
ie distributed to the children
ihrough the coiirtesy ol the Sister-
lood.
The traditional reading of the
Megillah will be held in the chapel
prior to the service.
Rabbi Schiff in Review
'The Conversion of Chaplain
Cohen" will be reviewed by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of
Congregation Beth 'ti\ and presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami on Tuesday. H
p.m.. at the I. L. Peretz School
1545 S\V 3rd St.
Beth Jacob Will Honor Abe
Eisenberg at Banquet Sunday
Abe Eisenberg, vice president of
Riverside .Memorial Chapels, will
be honored by Beth Jacob Congre-
gation at a [unction on Sunday, 6
I :i at the Deauville Hotel
The affair will a!-o mark the
anniversary "i Beth Jacob.
bi ribor Stern, spiritual lead-
Ihi congi egation. will pay
ii Eisenberg ;is a pioneer
nd other < ivic and
- institutions here
r will be Florida
f State 1
-l'.' ci'. Vice
ini! l.cn.
Zilbert. dinner chairman, will in-
troduce guests, including newly-
elected Metro Mayor Chuck Hall
;nd Circuit Judge Harold Spaet.
Morris B. Frank, president of
Beth Jacob, this week invited the
community to take part in the twin
Sun ay function honoring Eisen-
i I and the congregation's 30th
anniversary.
Reception will begin at i; p.m.,
v.ith a six-piece orchestra enter-
A special benediction will be re-
cil i. Ja . life member ol B< 'h .la-
inn.
ASl EISENBERG
Adiitt Education Sessions Slated
TOM ADAMS
Young Judaea
Weekend Mar. 6
Plans are now underway for
Voting Judaea's annual Senior
Weekend to be held Mar. 6. an-
nounced Frank Farbenbloom.
chairman of the South Florida
Zionist Youth Commission.
A laruc turnout ol young people
imm all over the South Florida
an i will meet as part of the reg-
: program of Young Judaea.
George Stern, regional director
"I Young Judaea, and Camp
Judaea director of Atlanta. Ga..
will be ;it the Senior Weekend.
Ste n will also visit local Hadassah
'i. ea rally while in the
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'I he i:\< sessions ill be offered
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Courses offered include "His-
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"Beginner's Hebrew," with Ben-
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Or Olom, as instructor; and "He-
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with a requisite of ability to read
and write Hebrew, with Benja-
min Udoff, educational director
of Temple Zion, as instructor.
At 9 p.m.. a forum course will
be ottered with the theme of
"Giants of American Jewry." This
course will offer a revolving fa-
culty ol rabbis and educators.
On Feb. 25. Louis Schwartzman
v. ill present the life of Haym Salo
mon. revolutionary hero. On Mar.
?. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
El Congregation, will give the life
ol Mordecai M. Noah, famous Jew-
ish consul. On Mar. 20. Dr. Donald
Michelson. director of Hillel, at the
University of Miami, will present
the life of Judah P. Benjamin, fa
mous J<" ish leader ol the Civ '
War era.
On Mar. 17. Rabbi Mordecai !'
di "! Temple Judi a. will pn I
the life ol Louis Brandeis, Supreme
Court Justice and Zionist leader.
'ii Mar 25, li.iiiiii Mfred Waxman,
I Temple Zl n, will present Her-
bert il Lehman, meat Jewish
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Registration will take place on
Tuesday, Feb. 2.">. at Temple Zion,
at 8 p.m., and is open to candidates
lor Sunday School teacher-" license
and to all interested adults
Moscow Asks
Death Sentence
For Eleven Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
that some of the defendants were
Jews "because we do not pay at-
tention to malicious slanders
aroused in the west press from
time to time. They are tried as
criminalsnot as Jews. Russians,
Tartars or Cnkrainians."
Since July, 1961, when death
sentences were reintroduced in
the Soviet Union for economic
crimes, it is estimated that
around 190 persons have b^en
tried, convicted and executed on
such charges. Of these, at least
95 were reported to have ha- ob-
viously Jewish names and 11
others weie thought ro be Jew-
ish.
From R -i' it v ;>- re]
thai a Jew i alii
edlj pbssi tuven
articles that had purpot
rom Israel. The report ol
his an. t appeared in the loc;'
Soviet new paper "\'< Iche
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p.m., and Saturday morniriu. 8:S'l
a.m. He will be assisted by .To
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This is the first appearance in
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s,
ervices
J his lAJcekend
Orthodox,
tary.
Ralph Krieger, secre-
kGUDATH I8RAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
6 p.m. Xaliinlay N:Cfi> a.m. Ber-
i,..ii. "lwael An h Enemy" i-v.im oi
purim .i-tit >. ri in mi Wednef Is
[>in with reading of Megilluh, re-
, ,i[i ci Thursday 7:15 a.m.
INSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
wartz.
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^ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L'Pson.
fcriii.ty vir, p.m. Saturday : a.m. Bar
|i'/\ in: Stuaii Ployd, son of Mr. and
- Harvey Buakln; Max Irvln, ann
,\ir ami Mr-. Kli Friedman.
IeTH EL, 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox.
] Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
ia\ S:4S and 8:80 p.m. Brotherhood
l.i, sermon: "A Brother in Spirit"
lptcrhood president Mrs. .lark Hhu-
(.. II deliver a mesaage 6*turdu>
130 a.m. Zachor Sabbath. Sermon:
Tin- I'a-t. a Paaakcy to the Future."
Purim Nt-rvlcea WedneadtM U i..ui
Thurada} 7 a.m. Meglllah will lie reaJ
both 'la>-
3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louis Rotiman.
Piidaj ^ p.m. Saturday :> a.m. Sir-
mon: "The Symbol i-ia.r> ilrowth."
SETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I i'la\ *>::',n p.m. Katurua> 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: 'Happy Anniversary "i Beth
.l.i. ob Anniveraar}."
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8ETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Fridaj 8:15 p.m. Sabbath .t Remem-
brance. Sermon: "Itrotberh.....I i- noi
a i-'imi." Saturday vr. a.m. Sermon:
"Oeorfcc WaahlnirtonTrue Hrolht r-
hond." Pm iin Mervleea Wednesday
7:::ip p.m. Thursday 1:80 a.m.
BETH MOSHt CONGREGATION.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
1 Friday '::!" p.m. Saturdav *::t" a.m. I
fiiicKi runtnr both days will l Cantor
Leibele Schwarta of Argentina.
CANDUUGMING TIME
8 Adar 5:58 p.m.
j'
01" 1:.-tl Monhe. and Justin Leviiov,
member ol the group. Slal< I.....! will I
host Hi- Ones Shabbnt. Saturday
K:45 a.m.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Quest speakers: Carl
Epstein, leader, Vuung Judean Uroup
sychiatry and Bible Go Hand in Hand
By RABBI SAMUEL JAFFE
Hollywood Beth El
In this troublesome world of
tars, we all seek pathways to
cr peace and serenity. We
Taut to attain the happy and
liarmonious lite. Many people,
I ised and pessimistic, think
Hi ii the trouble is with the
Uorld; while often the main
ic lies within themselvi
liiwtr own, tinsolvwl conflicts,
hates. I'u'. are con-
. ujagi .1 in a en il war
"nin ihem.-i Ives".
To overcome our emotional
nuiukr.ee. we need the insights
>t both psychiatrj ami religion
It he laboratory and the sanctuary.
IFor both these disciplines are
Bndispensible in helping us be-
|eo!iie integrated personalities
leading wholesome lives.
We have learned a great deal
from Freud, the pioneer explor-
er of the unchartered terrain ot (
the human psyche. Freud clari-,
fied for us the effect of the con-
dition of the soul on the body.
IJe defined the influence and the j
unconscious have over man's
physical well-being. It is very!
[important that we understand;
jut unconscious motive behind
hose actions which impede,
holesome living. For if the
;oul is afflicted, the body can,
lot be healthy.
We know today what anxiety;
knd rejection can do to create
^ieadaches, ulcers and a heart
londition. We recognize that these
ilments arc physical manifests-
ons of an emotional or spiri-
fti.il condition which disturbs us.
Bie architects of our faith were
fcs.ni/ant of this relationship
Ttween the spirit and the flesh
bth the soul and the body are
bid accountable for man's ac-
RABBI SAMUtL JAfff
handmaideni
tionfor his deeds of loving kind-
ness through which he flourishes,
as well as those actions detri-
mental to sound emotional and
physical health.
The Book of Proverbs reads'
like a text in modern psychoso-
matic medicine it prescribes,
for instance, thai ii one is to
avoi I stomai h trouble from anx-
iety or tension, he had "better
eal a drj morsel in quietness
therev ith, than a house full of
[easl The Psalm-
ist antici] psj i hia-
trj when he said, "As the man
thinkest in his heart, so he is."
Therefore, the < nimity ol
one'- spirit and the condition oi
one's soul are fundamental to a
wholesome and healthy life. Jud-
aism and psychiatry complement
one another. They are hand
maidens to the vital life.
Temple Me no rah Men's Club
To Hear Mindlin Purim Night
Temple Menorah's Men's Club
will inaugurate its first annual
Purim Scud an on Purim night,:
Feb. 27, at 7 p.m.. Norman Sha-I
piro. Men's Club president, an-
nounced.
Leo Mindlin. executive editor ot
The Jewish Floridian, will be,
guest speaker and discuss "Hainan!
at Auschwitz." reflections on the
present Auschwitz trials.
Also appearing will be the Men's
Glee Club of Temple Mcnorah in a
program entitled "Purim Paro-
dies," under the direction of Judge
Theodore Nelson, chairman of the
Men's Club Board.
Parodies will be a series of Yid-
dish and Hebrew folk songs to cap-
ture the humor of the traditional
Purim.
The Seuaan will be a catered
kosher roast beef dinner served by
members of the Men's Club. Hus-
bands and wives are invited to the
Purim Seudah which will be held
in the Temple Social Hall.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is spir-
itual leader of Temple Menorah.
>..
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Reform Congregation
?r. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G. Bornstein, Cantor
Services friday, 8:15 PJH.
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1701 Washington Ave., M.B.
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Hirah Adler. Cantor
fiday Evening Service 8:30 P.M.
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schttz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschei*-
baum.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Has Mltx-
vah: Jane, daughter f Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur IIlr*i'hhel'R~. Sattinla\ s:1T a.m.
liar Mltxvah: Robert, s..n of Mr. and
Mm. Irving Burrow*; Wayne, Ron ol
Mr. and Mrs. I^eo Garflnkel, "i p.m.
Bar MUivah: l> nuis. son of Mr. and;
.Mi- Herbert Maliz.
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Hermon: "Today'n
leathers." Has Mltsvah: Karen, dau* I
Khti-i- of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Raben.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Purim sirvir. s
Wednesdaj T p.m. Thuradaj i!:S and 7 p.m. MeRlllah read al i"'ih late ]
service*, I
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51t
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
Friday 8:1" p.m. Rabbi Rosenfeld will,
honor Center's Board of direi-l i -.
Quest speaker: James Rvirei'H .f ihc
C liter's I'onflrmatlnn plass. Topic:
"Book of Kthlcs." Ones Shubbal host-
ed by Mr. and Mis. Joseph Kavenoff
and Mr. mid Mrs. Bcji Jona. In honor
of HrandrlHiijrhtei Judy's birthday
- i. .la H to a in.
- ----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. "801
E. An-lrews ave. Reforai. Rabbi
Richc-a M. Levit~n.
SPiFLITE CENTER 3178 SW 2Sth
St. Conservative. Rabhi Shm
T Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
k> I V..^ Illlilll
l
- a -
TH ISRAEL. '415 Ei.rlid ave.
Ribbi D.ivia Lehrfield.
Canior Abraham Si '

MINVO'JAIRF.S CONGREGATION.
3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHFV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
---- ----
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Frlila) 30 and v i r. p.m. Sermon:
"Brotherhood." Salurda> '. a.m. Bar
Mltxvah: llary, son of Mr. an-l Mis.
Abraham Mi ckli t
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
1 mias.
Wednesday rvenlna: Purim ntrvlce
win, reading of Meaillah.
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 102S
NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Purim*A
Minor Holiday, Why?" Haturdaj 8:46
a in. Sermon: "Musi Men Hato?"
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "If Lincoln
ami Washington wan- AIIvh Todaj
Wednesdas '''" ""'. l*urlm aervlci
ami reading of MeglUah. Saturday
11:13 a.in. liar Miizi.ih: Mark, s. n :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leltson Wednes-
day t:ih i>. hi. Purim service and read-
ing of Meglllah.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday 8:13 p.in. Pulpit guesl: l:r\
I'arstcn l.uddi i Hi- '' ill-
Lutheran Church. Subject: \ Wi
M.iKi11l: \ n) Hi nilwi I Ii "'Ii' i
hood?" Saturda> 10:30 a.m. i-.- MHx-
vah: (lull, daughter "I Mr. und Mis
,la\ Mellow .
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monrce St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Maiavskv. Canto'
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
Pi Idnj vi". p.m. s. i mon "Sul'-M.
ami 'i.......Ide." Saturday 1" 13 a.in
Bar Mltxvah: Richard, in "i Mr. an i
Mi-. Samuel Dreckalor.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38/
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
---- -----
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi 6.
M. Machtei.
I riilay v:i" p.m. Sermon: "The Faci
nn ill' in. r*. nf stamp and wi tin
i in, Dollar Bill." Saturday 9:8H a.m
Bar Mltivah: Martin, son of Mr ind
Mrs. Jack Fried.
TEMPLE EM^NU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Frlda 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bhi
Mltxvah: Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joel P. Newman. Has Mltxvah:
Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ui
I'.psl-lll.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Whnl I
Preach and Practice aboul Intermai'-
nage."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordccal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Brotherhood Week
sermon: "Tolerance and Truth." Wed-
nesday 7:15 p.m. Religious School stu-
dents ill participate in Purim serv-
ices and reading of (in1 Meglllah.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Purim sermon: "Ha-
inan was Inhuman." Saturday a.m.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
I
tli i Wi
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
i->,P -p IBtfl sve. Reform. Pah
hi Oiniel M. Lowy Cantor Ch-t
Gale.

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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
ii Gross.
.
V.....ly I
----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dtckson.
n) s:l3 p m. Si : mon: "Tl
i Menu." Sutur-laj 8:15 a.m. Sermo
To Remembi r Baa Mltx\ 11 Thom-
as, -......I Mi. and Mrs Alfred Tlboi
TEMPLE ZICmm. a/20 SW 17th It,
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
I ridav 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a in.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Friday v;:(t p.m. Sermon: "Jewish
Ai-Mt v. in, nis Throughout History-"
Oneg Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood
Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Tin- Por-
tion of tin Week." Wednesday 7 p.m.
Reading of thi Meglllah.
YOUNG ISRAcc. VO NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shsrwin Stauber.
Friday ':-:" p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of iin- Week."
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regarded as an important gesture of respect to the memory
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Jpwisfi noridfan
Friday, February 21. 1964
Capitol Spotlight:
By JESSIE HALPERN
ft
Growing Trend to Heighten Jewish Ethos in United States
i^vt, ,ttm
Washington
THE TWO-DAY Washington con-
ference on disarmament and
world peace held by the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
last week in Washington may
have shed a new and more opti-
mistic light on recent growing
concern by Jewish institutions
over the survival of American
Judaism.
It was only two years ago that the attempt
to establish the Religious Action Center (the or-
ganizing body of the two-day conference) in the
nation's capita! nearly split Reform Judaism in the
United States down the middle. Concern was voic-
ed by representatives of Reform Jewry in the South
who feared that Southern congregations might suf-
fer if the center spoke too loudly on civil rights
issues. But the major concern was that the cen-
ter would become a type of a lobbying institution
and provoke church-state separation controversy.
Today the Religious Action Center's involve-
ments, as translated into action, by individual con-
gregations in the United States and Canada, have
stimulated a new emphasis within the framework
of American Judaism as well as new commitments
to it. Additionally, local congregational social ac-
tion committee- have grown from about 300 in 1961
to nearly 400 todaytruly a sign of success and im-
portance of the center in American Jewish life.
Why should American Jews be concerned with
such issues as world peace, arm- control and civil
rights?
As the Washington rabbinical conference indi-
cated, there appears to be a growing trend in
American Jewry not toward the loss of identity
and as-imilation into a non-Jewish world, but in-
slead a heightening of awareness ol the impor-
tance of an American Jewish contribution to broad-
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Babies Not Little Things
WAS READING in an Israeli paper
an interesting bit of reminiscence
| about the Balfour Declaration. When
I Britain issued that paper, promising a
[Jewish Homeland, naturally the Zionist
I 'eaders were very happy and anxious
| that the whole world should immediate
y known all about it. So a hurry call
I ,vas sent to the home of the secretary
Jot Dr. Weizmann. She was a good
linguist and she was to translate the document into
French and Russian.
But the secretary was also mother of a year-old
child. "How can I leave my child?" she asked. "1 have
no baby sitter."
The Zionist leaders were insistent, however, so the
secretary bundled up the little child, fenced it safely in
the cradle and leit for the office. She comforted her-
self that the document she was to translate was not
lengthy, so she would not be gone long.
The one-year-old child has since of course grown up.
Almost everybody has heard of Abba Eban. He's the
boy who almost interposed himself in the path of the
Balfour Declaration, which created the baby of the
Jewish State.
They used to have more babies or at least it seems
so. Shalom Asch, the writer, had 12 or 15 brothers and
sisters. (I don't remember the exact number.' He had
so many, that he recalled that with all the strangers that
used to come to his parents' house, when everybody sat
down, he didn't know who were his brothers and sisters
and who were the strangers. Today, we are a bit more
cautious. We have been alarmed about a population
explosion. There is fear there would not be enough corn
But there were no cigars to give out then. There is
a Talmudical story about a man who was left a bequest,
hich was to be delivered, however, only alter the bene-
ficiary had (lone -omething foolish The beneficiary was
puzzled by this strange proviso and he went to see Reb
Korachai about it, Coming to the tatter's house, the
man found Reb Korachai crawling on all fours plaj
wth hi- child. The man explained to him the strange
will. Reb Korachi laughed. "It'll all very simple." he
"By being foolish, is meant doing what I am do-
playing horse for my child. That is to say. you are
0 get the bequest, when you are married and have chil-
dren "
And now for a good story about Yom Kippur. One
Yom Kippur. in the city of Berdichev, where dwelt the
lamous Red Itzchak Leih, when the time came for say-
ing the Kol Nidre, the members of the congregation
looked around, but their sainted rabbi was missing.
How could it be that the great Reb Itzchak Leib should
r.Ot be present for the singing of the Kol Nidre?
The congregation was in a dilemma. Search parties
were sent to all parts of the city. The Jewish sections
were thoroughly combed, but the rabbi could not be
found. Then the non-Jewish section was reached and
the rabbi was found. He was holding a peasant's child
in his lap. It seemed that, on his way to the synagogue,
he had come aeross the child crying. The mother had
gone away for some reason, so Reb Itzchak Leib had
appointed himself as babysitter.
er issues in the world today. One sensed at the
meetings an aura of "other-drFectedness" on the
part of the conferees and in their discussions. But
one also felt the presence of a strong, involved and
committed American Jewry as a whole to timely
world problems.
The history of Judaism is filled with moral
issues concerned with the abstract ideas of free-
dom, equality and justice. Consequently, the con-
ference certainly did not reflect a sudden "jumping
onto the bandwagon," to show official Washington
that American Jews have just become aware of
the significance of social action concerning world
peace, disarmament and civil rights.
Speaking for the group, CCAR President Rab-
bi Leon Feuer, of Toledo. Ohio, stated. "We .
feel it to be a primary part of our function as re-
ligious teachers and molders of public opinion in
our congregations to exhort the people and lead-

The Rabbi
And Psychiatrist
IMMORTAL RFBELS. By Israel J. Gerber. 267
pp. New York: Jonathan David, 131 E. 23rd
St. $5.95.
INR. ISRAEL J. GERBER has been a staff mem-
ber ol the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. He
is the author of 'The Psychology of the Suffering
Mind." a modern interpretation of the therapeutic
techniques in the Book of Job. and of "Man on a
Pendulum." a case history of a homosexual. Rab-
bi Israel J. Gerber is the spiritual leader of the
liberal congregation of Temple Beth El in Char-
lotte. N.C.
This uncommon combination has found further
fruition in a most unusual and intriguing book
which dissects Biblical characters into their psy-
chological components. In discourse which reads
as easily as case histories from an analyst's files.
Dr. Gerber recreates, for instance, the emotional
and psychological behavior of Cain and Abel and
the first murder, setting it into the classic terms
of sibling rivalry and the kind of personality dis-
turbance which can result in extreme cases. Nor
are the parents. Adam and Eve. neglected, for of
course such rivalry is rooted in the relationship
to the parents.
A similar kind of analysis structures the stories
of Noah, of Abraham and Sarah, of Jacob and
his family, and Joseph and his brothers, and of
Moses, to note only the major characters, in all
of the book, the deeper forces of family living
with its conflicts and problems and tensions are
highlighted in order, in Dr. Gerber's view, to re-
veal a new dimension of the Bible, one whose domi-
nant theme, stated again and again, is the free-
dom of the individual and the rebellion against
predetermination.
Of course, much of the analyses is pure con
jecture; in strictly historical terms, supposition no
matter how brilliant, does not spell truth. But the
intent here was not to be irreverent, but perhaps
to be reverently human. The references on which
Dr. Gerber bases his provocative exposures corne-
as often from the Midrashim as from the modern
psychological writings of Freud. Jung. Bergson
and Fromm. from Josephus as well as from Men
ninger. from the Babylonian Talmud as well as
from "Basic Principles of Psychoanalysis."
It is a kind of Biblical scholarship fascinating
in its possibility, while the possibility itself is
Strange!) peripheral to the Bible and its meanin-
and relationship to Jews.
ership ol our country to pursue in these days o; the
weaponry of mass destruction those pdTTcies" which
will avert the horrors of nuclear war. We wish
to speak publicly on the basis of facts which are
as accurate as can be obtained."
The rabbis came to the conference to learr to
question and to consider how ancient moral con-
cepts basic to Judaism fell into the framework of
the complex domestic and international prob!-ms
of concern to the United States in her role j- a
20th Century world leader.
Speaking before the group on "disarmament
and civil rights." Republican Sen. Jacob Jatits,
of New York, declared, "Our moral leadership in
the world today is the critical issue; race rela-
tions is the paramount moral issue in the United
States today."
A number of questions yet remain. V- 'en
American rabbinical leadership communicates the
important messages of the conference to local con-
gregations, will the membership act on such is-
sues as civil rights, world peace, disarmament?
And. if congregations do act, how should it be done?
Should it be vocal or quiet? Congress, for one,
feels that grass-roots participation in major policy
Issues in-ures a greater governmental response;
however. Harry Sea mans, chief of the Burea j >ty
Public Affairs at the State Department, told tEe
CCAR group. 'Demonstrations are important, but
often don't give the opinion of the masses, con-
sidered views, in a studied manner, of respon
Organizations carry more weight.'' There i-
aiso the problem ol translating abstract and >me-
what remote ideas into practical and COD te
actions
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
He Speeds for Results
Hollywood
A RONALD LUBIN, one of the new
** successful motion picture produc-
ers, told me that he moves at a speed
calculated to bring best net result Cur-
rently completing for M-G-M a star-
studded Western with Paul Newman,
Laurence Harvey. Claire Bloom. Ed-
ward G. Robinson and Howard DaSi'v.
"Judgment in the Sun." based t.,.ne
Japanese movie. "Rashomon." he has a total tft sin
high-budgeted films in preparation.
The first one to roll is "Mila 18." from the Leon
Ins novel dealing with the uprising of the Jew- i the
Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. The Yugoslav go\-
ernment has invited Lubin and Uris (the latter to serve-
as production associate) to come to Belgrade early in
June to discuss location work and studio facilities with
the authorities and Serbian motion picture craftsmen
Ronnie assures me that he will pull no punche- :n de-
picting on the screen the magnitude of resistance ,;ain-t
the .Nazis by the Jews of Poland.
Next. Lubin will do an original movie story "Ru.
rales." to be written by the same Leon Iris ar,i deal
ing with the Mexican Mounted Police and the character
transition of an American caught in the turmoil of Mex-
ican revolutions against dictator Porfirio Diaz m the
ioyO s.
The producer is simultaneously working on a smell
biography of "Simon Bolivar." the great South *me"
can emancipator of the early 19th Centurv. with a seen-
ar.o ,n the process of being written by Robert Presnell
lor Ronl" k P(,Pula,ion,Explos,on" no" bc'"R Puied
n.,u Lubin by novelist Guy Endore. who most r
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Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
LBJ Pressured to Review Genscide Convention
PRESIDENT JOHNSON is now bein
impressed by a number ol Sen;
torsboth Democrats and Republican
With the necessity to make a person;
strong appeal to the Senate to ratif
the international Genocide agreemei
which outlaws mass-killing of human b.
ings such as was carried out by th
Nazis against the Jews. To the detr
ment of the United States reputation a .
I 'IT",?'10 ^"""ent. the Senate h" sen, not rati-
ed the Genocide Convention which was adopted bv the
United Nations in 1948. This, despite the tact that many
other countries-even the Soviet Union-have long since
acceded to the Convention. As a matter of fact the
Genocide Convention has the largest number of ratifies
lions of any of those adopted under the United Nation-
Charter.
They therefore seek the aidI of 1 L 2taw Br0UpS"
hope that a Special ,, o rp1,,<'n' ',,,hns > the
bring the me.S \oTieb ^an'r I* T" *,,!
active ,n efforts .0 seenre i. %. E'IK'CKlll>r
-tors Ernest SLlTSi^JS^T ? **
borger, Eugene McCarUnwTnif "i M'""'11'1' B- Nue"
v. Long-all Dem.er.ts- ,?m Proxm'"' K,lw' '
I.....h Scot,1.nTSETbS **" Senator,
or JtlTSSS S2JBPS lor ,hp *"*"
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Newly-Constructed Facilities at Cedars
Being Endowed by Community Leaders
Kewly-coostructed facilities at Stern. Joseph Krefetz. Mr and
hP0 V. ?"" ,lo'pitaI are Mrs Nat Waldman. Mr. and Mrs
being endowed by a Kroup oi out-1 Sol Greenblatt and Mr and Mrs
standing civic leaders and busi- Harold Landfield
MM executives, it has been an-
nounced this week by Harry L.
Lewis, hospital president
A pace-setter in the contributors1
category. Saul Silberman. opened
the fifth floor Silberman Pavilion
, several weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spec-
tor have endowed the entire
sixth floor, and patients >re now
occupying a substantial section
of the wing.
Louis Pallot. founder of Norton
Tire Company, has endowed a
room on the second floor, in the|
Maternity Wing. Johnnie Feller.!
owner of Johnny and Macks. has;
donated the costs of the fifth floor!
Nurses' Station, and building con-
Iractor Robert Merritt also en-l
(lowed furnishings of a patient
room on the second floor.
Other rooms have been endowed
y Dr. Hiehard Finthell. of the
Greater Miami Savings and Loan
Association; Frank Levitas. presi-
dent of Southgate Towers Men's
Association; M. David Blumberg,
industrialist; Samuel Sanels, bank-
ing executive anil builder: and
William McDonald Jr.. interna-
tionally-known p ii i' t promoter
and business leader.
Also Charles Charcowsky, Jacob
Sher. Sam C. Levenson. the Albert
Dubbin family, builder Morris Lo-
maskin. Philip Warshaw, J. S
Garvett, J. M. Kratze, Kyman
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
has recently completed the upper
three floors, adding 175 patient
beds to the existing 108 beds on
the first three floors. The 126,000
sq. ft. facility, approved by the
Joint Commission on Accredita-
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of the South Florida Council,
Florida Hospital Association, and
the American Hospital Associa-
tion, and is licensed by the State
of Florida.
The non profit, non-sectarian
community hospital is located at
1 1321 NW 14th St.. in the heart of
Miami's Civic and Medical Cen-
ter.
Value of the completed six-story
structure is approximately five and
a half million dollars.
Known as "the hospital without
an admitting department." Cedars
, opened its doors to south Florida
residents in November. 1961 and
has operated at near capacity
since.
i Administrator i s Sar.ford K.
Iironstein. and Dr. Max Pepper
| is chief of staff.
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JTves St. lavrtnt
Lola Beer
Maria Vida
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 21, 1964
Section 2
Subina Schechlcr
finy Lcilersdorf
Gideon Oberson
St. Laurent-Israel Fashion
Collection Slated Friday
More than l.ouo women from
communities throughout the Unit-
ed States and Canada v\ill attend
he international premiere of the
St Laurent-Israel Collection, the
ninth annual Israel Bond fashion
(how, at the Fontainebleau Motel
:i Friday at noon. The fashion
how and luncheon will he the
rushlight of women s participation
:n the inaugural conference,
Jan Peerce, world-renowned ten
or, wiD be guest speaker at the
gathering, which will be chaired
ly Mrs Peerce. national chair
i the Women's Division for
Bonds. Commentarj for the
I tow will be offered by
: Miss America, Marilj n Van
,' (ih i ecently made hei
i trip li> Israel.
Mt Hi ii' r l guests at the luncheon
I ill ricludc .x mbas: ador Aryeh
I Ei <" i- Minuter ol I he
sy ni Israel. Abraham Fein-
I ii a. pn -.lent of the Israel Bond
I iri:an>zaticn: William Ruben, vice
I ires:denl ol Jordan Marsh. Fla.,
I "he department store which is
I -' .1114 and accessorizing the St.
nl l-racl Collection lor this
I remiere; and Mrs William Rlv
I en ii' Montr al. former national
I iieiident ol Canadian llailassah
Iii" invocation will be offered
i> Mrs. Louis Samuels, of Baiti-
i re, a member ol the National
_ xecutive Committee of the Worn-
I en's Division, and greeting! from
"he host city will be ottered by
I Mis Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division lor Stale ol Israel
Bonds
The St, Laurent-Israel Collee-
'iin. pren&red under the Regis of
the Israel Bond Organization, and
coordinated by Mrs. .Miriam Fine-
nan. national director of the Is-
ael Bend Women s DlVISlO.l, lea
ures 15 designs created by Yves
t. Laurent, the young idol of
French couture, and more than
HI mo lels created by Israel's tore
nosl designers and manufacturers
More than half the St. Laurent
lesigns have been created of Is
,uli textiles, i salute to the fast-
irowm;; industry ol the young na
;ion.
In the course ol 1964-65, the
:ollection will be pi esente I in
nme than 60 major American and
Canadian cities ,i- a central ele-
ment ni 'ii'1 Isi. I Bond cam-
paign.
Among thi ners represent
ed in the collection arc the r<
Downed Lola Peer and Fin) Lie
tersdorf: Masku, Israel's celebrat-
ed village crafts industries; fur-
rier Stefan Braun and Eliahu
Meulander; rising young Israeli
lesigners Gideon Oberson, Sabina
Schechter and Marts Vida; the
knitWl ar house- ol Aled, Donna
and Galia; newcomers itiki Ben
Ari and China Shallon: the leath-
er firms of Beged-Or and Glovis.
Ltd. The collection includes fab-
rics and fabric designs by Neora
Warshavsky, ol Maskil, Francitex
and Zamri 92.
Honors Going
To 2 Women
For the first time in the history
ol the Hebrew Academj Women.
a moth 'rand-daughter team will
be honored by Ihe organization at
a luncheon on Thurs ay, Mar 12,
at ihe Deauville Hotel, Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosen, president, announced
Mrs. Louis Sussman, and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Suss-
man. are lo be guests of honor at
ihe event. Both became Interested
in the Hebrew Academy 13 years
"4o. when Esther and Jerry Suss-
man's tour sons began there as
students.
Bessie, as a proud grandmother,
joined the Hebrew Academy winn-
er, and became a founding officer.
She still serves in the school's Mrs. Louis Sussman (left) and her daughter-in-law. Mrv
lunchroom one day a week togeth- ,, ,, \i;
er with her daughter-in-law and >e"Y Sussman. will be honored by Hebrew Academy Wome:-.
all the other Lunchroom Mothers, on Mar. 12.
CJA in Fashionplate '64
Highlighting the Fashionplate 1964 presentation of Combined
Jewish Appeal Women's Division on Monday were (left to
right) Mrs. E. E. Bloom. Mrs. S. J. Halperin, Mrs. Stanley
Frehling and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Fashionplate coordi-
nator. (See story, Page 5-B.)
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Friday, February 21, lg64
Janice Feld Wins Piano Scholarship
.lennie Tourel. -::.
Theodate Job
Musical Ami
' ""I Mia
"Basic Human Values for Young Children" will be the theme
of the first annual Parent Institute to be offered to the com-
munity by the Committee on Early Childhood Development
of the YH-YWHA of Greater Miami. Shown planning the
event Tuesday evening, Apr. 7, are seated (left to right) Mrs.
Norman Sand, Institute chairman; Mrs. Stanley Cohen, ECD
chairman; and Mrs. Randy Polansky. room mother, Nor'h
County Branch. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irwin Chris-
tie, Miami ECD chairman, and Mrs. Burton Levin, ioom moth-
er, Miami Beach.
Home for Aged Auxiliary Schedules
Birthday Party and Monthly Meeting
Greater Miami Women's Auxil- >a;:e of welcome. Purim will foe
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged, highlighted.
will hoi i n> next monthly birthday Mrs Charles Brown, donor book
party at Douglas Gardens on Sun- project chairman, will give a re-
day at 2 p.m. port.
Program will feature Ida Holler
Marks, soprano, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Stern.
brating her own birthday, will ho.-t
the annual birthday party Mr.
and Mrs. Rost are lite members
ol the Home.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Aux
iliary president, will give the mes-
sage of welcome and extend greet-
inp< jointly with Mrs. Rost to all
residents celebrating their birth-
days in February.
Mrs Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, will present the Hy
Fried Musical Trio in a concert
of traditional folk music.
A group of youngster?- will also
perform through the courtesy of
the Beatrice La Verne Dane e
Studio
The Auxiliary will hold its regu-
lar monthly meeting Tuesday.
12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel.
Mr- Silverman will give the mes
Dime Bank Lunch
Slated Tuesday
Greater Miami Chapter of Deb-
it will hold it- annual Dime
; luncheon on Tuesday noon
in tl e Starlight Rool ol the Dorai
i nment w ill include Billy
ir l and Judi Jourdan,
Manuel Yavelow and Mrs,
:i!-i hla are co chairmen
Morris v einbi rger is presi-
Janice Feld, 17-year-old pianist
ana daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Mx I' Feld, 5120 SW 87th We..
has won a $3,750 scholarship as
, ,, ni oi the nUe m I' Dmitri
llitropoulos Music Competition
held Feb. B in Columbia, Mo
The scholarship i- given bj the
Hehs Foundation ol N< Orleans
v. hoe presidenl was close friend
,.l tin- late lame,I conductor ol the
\,.u York Philharmonic Orches-
tra, ., r
Miss Feld, who i- the pupil ol
i \ni- L'llian, oi Ft. Lauderdale,
has appeared here in manj re-
citals and concerts. She is a sen
ior at Southwest Miami Senior
High School and plays flute in the
school orchestra. Last year, -he
was the second-place winner in the
composition contest sponsored by
the All-Miami Youth Symphonj
and donated by the Oka family,
ol Miami Beach.
Of 65 contestants at regional au-
ditions m New Orleans, San Fran-
cisco. New York City. Minneapolis
and Columbia, the young pianist
became one of 1(1 finalists on the
strength of a tape recording.
Stephens College, which she "ill
Cotillion Slated
At Or Olom
Sisterhood Ol Temple Or Olom
announces the formation of a co-
tillion lor boys an.I girls grades
7 to il\ The cotillion will he under
the direction of Bob Mandell, ol
Westbrooke Country Club, "ho
v ill also give instruction in the
social graci -. rock and roll, hully-
gully and other teen am1 dances
Registration '.Mil He held Mon
day. 7:30 p.m., in the Temple at
8755 SW 16th St.. with classes
starting on Wednesday, Mar. 4.
Cotillion is open to junior and
Senior high students, with priority
given to children ol members of
the Temple. Sisterhood and Bro
therhood.
Ams janice mo
attend, paid her expenses to the
final audition-.
Judges for the competition in-
cluded Ania Dorfmann, pianist;
Masquerade Purim Ball
Kighth graders oi the Religious
school ol Tempi.' Beth Am "I"
hold a Masquerade Purim Ball on
Sunday evening in the Social Hall.
The ball "ill feature entertain
nient. a costume parade "ith
prizes being a" aided in many
classifications, refreshments and
music lor dancing,
Information chairman is
Herbert Seltman.
Mn
City of Hope
Slates Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter Citj of
Hope, will hold a member-hip
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Al-
fred Freeman. 4.">04 No. Meridian
Ave.. on Wednesdaj noon, Feb, 26.
The chapter wa- lo hold a green
-tamp luncheon Thur-day at Wash
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'Purim JMcans Special ^Joods for %r Idle
By
LDRED G. BELLIN
On I ; r.m feasting and parties
are Mm rder of the day. But
(eastini ": one*R~ ing. an certainly a party needs
a men., company, as we take
this opportunity to invite family
.mil ir.' to share in the fun
with wiueh vve celebrate. The
bcuutifii custom of Salaeh Mones,
originaLy gifts to the poor, we
have expanded into the sending
ot a present of sweets to those
of-our cv.n dear ones who cannot
be, with -. Purim is a most suit-
able tir.e for offering rich pas-
tries ir addition to the traditional
clelicac.t.'. of Hamantashen. teig-
lach, a-'' nahit.
Thesi "raditional delicacies were
develop* < over many years and
in many places. We aren't sure
of the Origin of all of them, but
we do h;. a knowledge of the rea-
son for using dried plums or plum
jam to i.A our Hamantashen and
other pastries. During the six-
teenth century a Jewish shopkeep-
er living Bohemia was falsely
accused u having caused illness
and death through the sale of
tained | m jam. He was impns
oncd b..: proved innocent, and on
the dat< cl his release from pn~
on. each year Ins family celebrat-
ed a littl) Purim. We find tins
obscrvi.ru', of a small second
Purim -. many families and com-
mumta- vhicli were saved from
;i '^rea; I :iger.
The reason tor the use of pop-
py seen one we don't know, al-
though one explanation is that the
(iermar v ord. mohn. is similar
in sound to Hainan Whatever
the origim I cause, we find poppy
seed used during Purim not only
in filling! for Hamantashen and
pastries, but in tortes and cookies,
mixed with noodles, and as a,
sprinkle i n breads. Poppy seeds
are now sold in most supermar-
kets are! ;re labeled ready-to-use.
However, for the best results
when thty arc used as fillings for

traditional Hamantashen cookies.
teiglach, and howls ol salted nahit
To them we a. d a very rich Al-
mond Mfiin-ui; Uar and a Vien-
nese pastry called a strudel al-
though it is made of yeast. Halt,
is idled with prunes and halt
with mohn, or poppy seeds. If
you wish to remember your dcari
ones with a gift of Shalach Mones
delicacies, the sweets served here
would be equally appropriate.
Menu for a Purim Sweet Table
Dainty cookie.type Hamantashen
Mohn Strudel Prune Strudel
Almond meringue bars
Teiglach Stuffed Dates
Bowls of salted nahit
Sweet wines Liqueurs
Coffee and tea
Almond Meringue Bars
IV* cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 13 cups sugar
2-3 cup firm butter or margarine
2 egg yolks, slightly beaten
j cup any tart jam
3 egg whites
1-3 cup finely ground almonds
2-3 cups semi-sweet chocolate
bits, melted
Sift the flour and 1-3 cup of
the sugar into a mixing bowl. Cut
in the butter or margarine until
the shortening i> in tiny pieces.
Add the egg yolk and mix to a
dough Press evenly into a light-
ly greased 9x13x2 inch baking pan.
Spread with the jam. Beat the
egg whites until frothy and grad-
ually beat in the remaining cup
of sugar until the mixture is as;
stiff as a meringue. Fold in the
almond- (your blender will grind
them fine in seconds). Have the
chocolate melted and slightly cool-
ed. Fold into the meringue light-
ly but thoroughly. Spread the
meringue evenly over the jam.
Bake at 350 degs. F. for 30 min-
utes. The topping will be very,
soft under a crisp crust when it
is removed from the oven. Cool,
2 tablespoons butter or mar-i
garine
Cook and stir all ingredients,
over low heat lor 13 minutes. Cool
before using.
Prune Filling
1'= cups cooked, pitted prunes
'2 cup water
's cup sugar
lVu squares (ounces) bitter
chocolate
l4 cup coarsely chopped walnuts
1 tablespoon rum
move from the heat, add the choc-
olate, and stir to dissolve. Add
remaining ingredients and cool.
Yeast Dough
1-2 cup milk, scalded
1 cake yeast
2 tablespoons sugar
4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
V cup teaspoon salt
1 cup firm butter or margarine
3 egg yolks, slightly beaten
1 egg white, slightly beaten
to a firm dough, and knead one
minute. Place in a bowl, cover,
and let rise at h:> degs. F. one
hour. Divide the dough in half.
Roll out one half on a lightly
floured board into a rectangle
about 16x9 inches. Spread prune
filling evenly the entire length of
the dough, but leave a border of
2 inches on each side. Roll up
from a wide side, and place on a
lightly greased cookie tin with
the cut side underneath. Repeat
with remaining dough and mohn
filling. Let rise, covered, at 85
degs. for one hour. Brush with
some of the egg white and bake
at 350 degs. F. about 30 minutes,
until a rich, deep brown. Loosen
Cool the milk to lukewarm, and
in it dissolve the yeast and sugar, carefully, but cool on the rack,
took the prunes with no added; Add ,he egg ,k sift the fiourCllt thc mohn strudel into pieces
sugar, drain throughly, and cut; u .* ,. !, tUo,
into small pieces before measur- and salt int0 a bowl- Cut in ,he about M ,nclic* Wlde' a"d h
pieces neiore measur ,
ing. Cook the sugar and water shortening until it is in tiny par- prune strudel
over medium heat 15 minutes. Re- tides. Add the milk mixture, mix 3-4 inch wide.
into pieces about
v m such pastries- as. the strudels de-jthen refrigerate until the topping
scrihed 1ndav and in Mamnntash- i_______ r;-... <,. .ntc, -n H-irc

scribed loday and in Hamantash-
en, the seeds should be very, very
finely ground, almost like a paste.
In ear!.-: times this was done by
poutHlir-i. Tith a mortar and pestle,
but nojiv we put the seeds through
the fines-, blade of our food grind-
er or. u-ijirl them in our blenders
For adi .-.- to doughs and noodles.
or s-'p-'.- :ng on the surface ot
breatfa r.d cookies, the seeds
ma> b( SOd just a- they conic
Iroui'T-- ad
Fov ; i Purim we are suj
ing a ui ot delicacies for a
sweel table with which to wel-
come gut >ts ;it an Informal
home :. .>. [".eluded are the
Music Month
To be Marked
A lur be >n meet ing of the Louise
Wise pter, American Jewish
( ongn i- slated for Thursday.
Feb 30 I u at the Monte
Carlo I otel.
Progi vice president, Mrs.'
Joseph White, will introduce the
chaptei Octet, which will offer
a progra: ol English, Yiddish and
Hebrew i lections in honor of
Jewish Music Month,
Members of the Octet, under the
direction of Binah Barnett, are
Mesda Shirley Greene, Devo-
rah Kr: in. Geraldine Konken, Ger-
trude Mogul, Nata rial, Gus Gold-
man, Anna K. White and Mltsi
Schwartz.
becomes firm. Cut into 30 bars.
The top of the meringue will crack
as the bars are cut. Store in a
very cool place, or freeze until
jusl before serving.
Mohn and Prune Strudels
With Yeast
Prepare the filling first,
Mohn Filling
lb. ver> fine ground poppy
l cup hot milk
14 teaspoon grated lemon rind.
1-4 cup seedless i aisins
1 it'> teaspoon ground cinnamon
i up hone>
Tiiereth Israel Purim Party
Temple Tifereth Israel will hold
a Purim breakfast on Sunday in
the auditorium. Students <>f the
Hebrew and Sunday Schools will
perform, and there will be a com-
munity song test Men ol the con-
gregation will be hosts
Morton Towers
Purim Party
Morton Towers Croup of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a pre-Purim party in
Ihe restaurant at Morton Towers
on Monday at 8:30 p.m.
The traditional Purim cake.
Hamantaschen, will be served to
members, Mrs. Samuel s. Gold-
berg is president,
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Friday, February 21. I9C4

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bv ISABEL GRCVE
Although the ice cream and
iake served at Ira Blasberg's
bird birthday party last week
.as fully enjoyed by the 30
oungsters who were his guests,
t was over the Blasberg pony
nd horse that the little ones
quealed with delight as they
. ircled the bridal path Iras
big brother" Michael, all of m\.
lade a fine riding master .
additional festivities in the eve-
ning when Arleen and Larry
etcd their son at a dinner party
or relatives and out-of-doors .
Ill-day guest was adored grand-
lere. Lillian Blasberg .
For Judy Schiff. it was a sur-
11-.' 15th birthday party .
Parents, Mary and Phil Schitf.
nd the 30 guests had managed
1 keep the news .1 complete se-
rel There never was a pret-
icr but more startled teen-ager
judj was especiall) delight
,i with the band, formerly the
onchords, now building a na-
ional reputation as the Martians
Seen rrequentl> <>" local TV*.
hey*re the Smith- answer to the
1 atl< -
Doris Da> look-alike, the new
ostess at Coral Gables Chippy's
- actually Ihe former Sharon
'hippy, spending .1 few week>
nli her parents Now Mrs,
toberl Black ami a school leach-
r, Sharon will soon be joining
er husband an Air Force officer
tationed near Verona, Italj
Probably his last vacation as
bachelor, I.any Grossberg, son
i the Carl Grossbergs, of New
MRS. MOSES METER
Heart Sunday
To be Discussed
Mrs, Alvm Savage, chairman of
the board oi the Heart Association
-I Greater Miami, will discuss
Your Heart Sunday Volunteer
and Heart Dollars for Research"
on WIOD Radio this Saturday at
G:05 a.m.
Also participating will be Miss
I.ita L. Quejado, executive direc-
tor of the Heart Association of
Greater Miami.
Moderator oi the 25-minute pro-
-ram sponsored by the Heart As-
sociation will be Dr David J.
Becker, radio chairman of the
Hear) Association's Public Educa-
tion Committee
York, at the Moulin Rouge for a
lew weeks ... The Riverside
Memorial exec and Elaine Trei-
bick will tie the knot on Apr. 5
at the St. Regis Hotel ... The
future bride, a model, attended
Queen's College. School of Per-
forming Arts and the American
Theater Wing .
Luncheon hostess to 40 of her
friends. Mrs. L Moscowitz. was
to greet her guests on Thursday.
Feb. 20. in the Deauville Hotel's
Charlemagne Room.
A credit to Miami Beach and
its High School, two seniors, Al-
len Fuller and David Kaye.
both 17. vanquished all competi-
tion to come out on top at the
13th annual National Invitational
II1 g li School Cherry Blossom
Tournament in Washington. I) C
last week Wresting the Phil-
odemic Revolving Cup and the
Edward Douglas White Cup from
lebate teams representing 28
states, the champion two-man
team went undefeated in 10
rounds ol competition an as
tounding accomplishment
Pan ts ol the teen agers are
Mr. and Mrs Jack Bernard and
Mr and Mrs Bernard Fuller, all
ol Miami Beach Joining
Richard Friedman and A 1 a 11
Paul, fuller and Kaye helped
nail down fourth place put ot
90 four-man teams to win .-till
another award Their only
i< gret, so busj working on their
material, almost no lime for
sightseeing
Pioneer Women
To Honor Couple
On Sunday at 7 p.m.. in the Du
pont Plaza Hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Mover will be honored by
the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women with a testimonial dinner.
Since coming to Miami in 1951.
the Meyers have given their time.
ellort. and support to Pioneer
Women on behalf of its vast net
work of social services in Israel.
Mrs. Meyer has held every im
portant office in the organization.
She is a pasl president of the Kad-
imah Chapter and at present is
vice president in charge of funds
for the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women
Chairman for the dinner is Mr-
Leah Friedson. Serving with her
as co-chairman i- Mrs. Fred Sand-
ier
Larry King, host ol "Miami i'n
covered" and radio- "Surl-ide 6."
will be master ol ceremonies,
Guest speaker "ill be Rabbi Sam-
uel April, ot Temple Or (Mom.
Mrs, Fred Sandier will deliver the
in\ oration
Mrs David Bell and Tennie
Deutsch are in charge oi tickets,
Mrs. William Chase, Mrs. David
Melt/er. Lillie Cohen and Annette
Blacker will serve as hostesses
At a recent meeting of the Youth Aliyah Plan-
ning Committee of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah, held at 'he home of Mrs. Eva M.
Blum. Youth Aliyah coordinator, plans are
formulcted for individual group Youth Aliyah
functions to take place in March. Standing
(left to riaht' are Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, Herzl
Group; Mrs. Ceil Rosenblatt. Morton Towers
Group; Mrs. Norman Meyers. Emma Lazarus
Group; Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Bay Har-
bor Group; Mrs. Joseph Epstein, Bay Harbor
Group, Mrs. A. William Gerstman, Morton
Towers Group. Seated (left to right) are Mrs
M. Krippel, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Joseph Rap
paport, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Sylvia Kurlanc
Hanna Senesch Group; Mrs. Eva M. Blum
chapter coordinator; Miss Hannah Finn. I. R
Goodman Group. Not shown ere Mrs. Beatrice
Lippy. Brandois Group; Mrs. Barnett Becker
man. Henrietta Szold Group; Mrs. Murray
Weil, Stephen Wise Group; Mrs. Shermai
Fast, Renanah Group; Mrs. Joseph Burack
Southga'" Group, Mrs. Henry Katz, Deborah
Group; and Mrs. Aaron Tepper. Esther Group
Mt. Sinai Raises Nurses' Salaries to New High Here
Mount Staii Hospital this week serve the 11 p.m to 7:30 a m -hut our salaries to a new high
high in salaries at Ml S.nai Hospital will receive,
to both Rcgist' Practical in addition to the regular base
Nurses for nighl duty. pay now m effect, an added dil
- 20 per nighl foi
\ccording to ,1 Gerald Lewis. i< initial
cut ol the hospital both Registered Nurses and $2.40 foi
Registered and .Tactical Nurses. Liccnsed Practical N'urscs
licensed in the state ol Florida. "Although these adjustments
who qualify and are willing to and added differentials will bring
f
we are not living to attratt- loc'j
1 1 ., >\ a} from their posit
These additional differentiaL>4i
are in keeping w It h
It \ el- of national trends
According to hospital station-
1963 was a record year lor |
lent- treated at Mt Sinai
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Purim Festival Assembly
A Purim Festival Assembly will
be held at Temple Both Shiran on
Sunday at 10 a.m. Prizes will be
awarded boys and girls in cos-
tumes representing characters in
the Book of Esther, and Temple
Sisterhood will host a collection of
traditional l'urini sweet-
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Initial Gifts Women's Luncheon
Unique Example of Team Work Here
In a striking example of team
.work and cooperation, the Initial
<;ifts luncheon of the Women's
Division of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal held on Monday at the Eden!
Roc Hotel presented one of the
Lazarus Chapter
To Hear Panel
Emma Lazarus Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will have a Brother!
hood program on Tuesday night at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Auditorium, 1235 Washington
Ave
Topic of the evening will be "Is
the Practice of Brotherhood or
Goodwill Among and Toward Men
>n the Upgrade in the United
State.-.?"
Panelists will include James
Wlntehead. director of the Urban
League of Miami, aid Rabbi Mor-
decai Podet. of Temple Judea.
Judge Henry L Iialaban will be
moderator and sum up the discus-
sion. Chairman of the affair is
liiflS Ettie Kurzrock. Adele Bauni
:s president.
Prizes Slated
For Costumes
Prizes will be awarded for pret-
tiest and funniest costumes worn
at the Purim Masquerade Ball on
Saturday night under the auspices
.i| Temple Zamora Sisterhood.
To be held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Sehachter. 5885
-W y.lth Ter.. the evening will also
include dancing, entertainment
and refreshments.
Chairing the event are Mrs
Leah Friedson. fund-raising vice
president, and Mrs Stanley Sil-
vern, February Circle chairman,
who is also in charge of reserva-
ions
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!SLICED BOLOGNA:
most outstanding fashion shows
and programs in the community
and also raised S109.000 on behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
ol the campaign, and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. chairman of the Women's
Division, were the two featured
speakers at the event.
Also appearing were Mrs. Inez
Krensky and Mrs. Jack Ablin. co-
chairmen of the Initial Gifts Com-
mittee ol" the Women's Division.
An attendance of 350 women
pledging a minimum contribution
o' S100 to the campaign made this
"one of the most outstanding
women's events ever held by the
community." according to Mrs.
A. L. Glickman and Mrs. Abe L.
Cassett, chairmen of the Initial
Gifts Committee for Beach wom-
en, and Miv. Stanley C. Myers and
.Mrs. Sam Simonholf, Initial Gifts
chairmen for the Town women.
The show was staged through
the joint cooperation of nine lead-
ing couturiers in the Miami and
Miami Beach areas, who presented
Fashionplate '64. for which Mrs.
A. Herbert Mathes. Fashionplate
Committee coordinator, served as!
commentator.
Committee assisting Mrs. Mathes
included Mrs. Stanley Frchling.
(Irs. E. K. Bloom. Mrs. A. L.
Glickman and Mrs. S. J. Halperm.
They worked with the following
volunteer models: Mcsdamcs Jerry
Blank. A. L. Nadler. Morris Lo-
maskin. Harry Mufson. Louis Cas-
sett. Jack Gol.iberg, Arthur Des-
ser. Harry Lewis, Jack Sandier.
Marry B. Smith, Milton Weiss.
Robert Kautbord, Robert Blum and
Frankie Waxenberg.
Louis and August were in charge
of hair-styling. Betty Wickwire co-
ordinated the show. "Loie" ar
ranged the production, and Mon-
roe Kas^e played the music.
Heading the committees for
Fashionplate '64 were seating.
Mrs William Brenner and Mrs.
Albert Levin; decorations. Mrs.
Sol Friedman and Mrs. Joseph
Hart: reservations, -Mrs. Leo Chai-
kin and Mrs. carl Susskind; hos-
tesses, Mrs Philip Isaacs.
A Fashionplate to remember and a luncheon
which raised over SI09,000 for the Women's
Division of Combined Jewish Appeal featured
smiling appearance from (left to right) Co-
Chairman of Initial Gifts Mrs. Inez Krensky.
Beach Co-Chairman; Mrs. A. L. Glickmar
Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Cai
Weinkle, and Initial Gifts Co-Chairman Mrs
Jack Ablin.
1
Essay Contest Hadassah Lists
To mark the 30th anniversary of i v ill be a summer in Israel. The
Youth Aliyah. Hadassah is spon-ilirst prize in the 7 to 12-year-old;
-oring an Essay Contest for young I category will be a summer in an;
people between the ages of 7 and i approved Zionist camp. There will
17. | be eight additional n a t i o n a 11
Essays submitteJ must be orig-| awards.
inal and between 350 and 500 words, j Essay subjects are as follows:
For the 13 to 17-year-old category,I Seven to 17 group"What Youth; certificate to the winner in ea i
first prize on the national level! Aliyah Means to Me" or "Child's'essay category.
Day for Youth Aliyah."
Age 13 to 17-year-old grou[
Henrietta Szold" or "A Peri >
in Youth Aliyah History."
Essays must be submitted r >t
later than Mar. 8 to the Miat
Chapter of Hadassah office, 81
SW 27th Ave.
On a local level, the Mia u
Chapter of Hadassah will award

Masquerade Ball
At Beth David
Specter Hall will be the setting
for a masquerade ball at Beth
David on Saturda) night. There
will be prizes tor costumes, but
masquerade is optional.
Music [or dancing will be furn-
ished bj Cosmo Lloyd's orchestra.
Refreshments will be serve.I. En-
tertainment will be provided by
the University of Miami Hootc-
nanny Singers, recently returned
from a tour of ISO camps.
Special added feature will be
llie appearance of the "great Yid-
dish Pagliacci."
In charge of arrangements
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bloom.
and Mrs. Murray Daeks, Mr
Mrs. Edward Ginsberg. Mr.
Mrs. Harold Reinbard. Mr.
Mrs. Frank Rose. Mr. and
Arthur Rosinek. Mr. and
Charles Spingarn and Mr
An--. Edward Syrop.
are
Mr.
and
and
and
Mrs.
Mrs.
and
CORNED BEEF
FRANKFURTERS
SALAMI
BOLOGNA
WiLNO KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
Study Course
At Beth Am
Si terhood of Temple Beth Am
will -; on>or a course of stu y to
in.hide "The Basic Philosophy of
Judaism," "The Special Role of
Women v.\ Transmitting Juadism
to Children" and 'The Special
Place oi Ritual in the Home."
The course will be conducted b\
Rabbi Herbert M, Baumgard on
three consecutive Wednesday
mornings. 10 am., in the Adult
Education Room of the school
building, beginning on Feb. 26
Mrs. Roger Dauer is chairman of
the series.
si-Ierhood has also announced
a Stamp Trading Exchange under
the chairmanship of Mrs. George
Malin.
What size does
your hunger come in?
There's a Heinz Vegetarian Beans size to satisfy
every family's hunger.
Individual, regular, family size!
H. V. B. gives faster, longer-lasting, more delicious,
more nourishing, plain old-fashioned food satisfaction.
Don't let Heinz Vegetarian Beans be missing, missing,
missing from your table tonight. ,r
Th label rarrie* the i **al of approval of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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*J(wi*tinr>rJ(f*w
Friday, February 21, 1964
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... ^Xtboitt f^coplc ana j^lacc.
TIN ISN'T THE THING
The tenth anniversary is supposed to be tin,
but not ;. soul brought a tin present to Hclyne
and Kenneth Treister's surprise wedding anni
versarj party. It was given by Diane and Leon-
an! Treister at their home in the form of a
black tic cocktail, dancing and midnight sup-
per atfair for Helyne and Kenny's closest friends.
Among those singing -Happy Anniversary" to
the shocked couple as they walked through the
door were Roz and Ronald PailOt, Gerry Lou
and Bu.-ter Silverman. Gloria and Howard
Scharlin, Natalie and Melvyn Frumkes.
DiTE WITH THE PRESS
Theta Sigma Phi saluted eight Miami women
as Community Hcadliners at its 10th annual
luncheon last week at the Seville Hotel Charles
Finkelstein watched his wife, Audrey, as she was
led out for her work with PTA. live years
resident of the Girl Scout Council of Tropi-
cal Florida, chairman of the Dade County Qual-
ity Education Committee, and chairman of the
Executive Commtitee of American Jewish Com-
mittee.
After the awards were presented, women
with familiar bylines took unfamiliar roles as
performance in a series of amusing skits with
the accent on events not chronicled in I he news.
Sally Mrs. Harold) Spaet, wife of the newly-
appointed Circuit Court Judge, was in several
scenes. Spotted in the audience enjoying the
cs were Mrs Alex Richardson. .Mrs. I. M.
W'einstein, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Anna Brcn
ner Meyers, Mr-. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Leo Mind-
auburn-haired Beverlye Keusch. .Mrs. Theo-
dore Chertok. Barbara Rado, Mrs David Schine,
and Mrs Hannah Kahn.
Emanu-EI Ladies
Slate Luncheon
Sisterhood ol Temple Emanu-EI
i- busy making plans for its anni-'
i 'sary luncheon to be held Mar.
- announced Mrs. Alexander Ko-
Sisterhood president.
v, the 2ith anniversary celebra-
tion, all Sisterhood past presidents
will be honored
Mrs. Jacob Classman is lunch-'
eon chairman, anil Mrs. Philip
rtn i- ticket chairman, with
Martin Smith, hostess chair-'
Mrs Theodore Kipnis. pro-
m chairman; and Mrs, Reuben
coordini
WHICH WERE WHICH?
The smart!) -dres..... women seated ; flower an i heart bedecked tables In the dining
room of Wcstbrook COUntTJ Club were just as
stunning as the models who strolled down the
red carpeted runway. Chairman ol the fashion
show and luncheon Mrs. Leonard Treister and
Mrs Stanley Weinklc both looking like a page
Horn Vogue
At Mr- Baron de Htrsch Meyer's table were
Mrs Harrj Vogel, Mrs. Florence Hadoff and
Mrs. Gene P.loch. At Mrs. Harry Nathcnson's
table were Mrs. Jacob Sher and Mrs. Albert
Schloss. With Mrs Irving Lovitt were Mrs. Nat
Strauss and Mrs. Herbert Willensky. Among
Mrs. Lester Russins guests gathered to meet
her daughter-in-law. Mrs Michael Russin, were
Mis. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Louis Caplan. Mrs.
Marvin Silvers and Mrs. Alexander Rubin.
Among the guest, at Mrs. Howard Kasc's table
were Mrs Albert Pallot, Mrs. Arnold Rose and
Mrs. Sam Halperin. Mrs. Herbert Hoover Jr.
and Mrs. Ralph Church 111 were with Mrs. Mich-
ael Bright.
Mrs. Carl Wcinkle. Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mr-
Inez Krcnsky. Mrs. A. L. Ghckman and Mrs.
.lack Kalzman were in a huddle talking business
CJA, of course Mrs. Samuel Beckerman.
Fritzie Subin, Mrs. Myron Singer, Mrs. Jerome
Rado. Mrs. Abe Schonlcld. Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs.
Leo Kupper and Mrs. Arthur Treister in then-
share ol table-hopping. Mrs. S. T. Taylor seen
chatting with her sister. Mrs. Harold Wynn, as
they waited for their cars. Also among gue-ts.
Sylvia .Mrs Sidney Lefcourt, always sweet
and gracious. FRANCES LEHMAN
M A OlASS
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TETLEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes, there's Yom Tor spirit la
tfcij fine tea.. ."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength tod stimu-
Unoo... richer uste and pleas*
ere with four Heishigt tod
ailchigs aod bciwers *eaJ
efcehment...
Merchandising for the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, auction and dance on Saturday, Feb. 29, at Hillel
House are (left to right) Mrs. Nathan Matusow, Mrs. Alvin
Weinstein, Mrs. Edward Waronker and Mrs. Lawrence Wul-
kan.
Pioneer Women Slate Activities
Vwtifitd Kosher
fmdm Una Rabbinicd SuptrUMmm
Mrs Ida Liftman, president ol
Club 2, Pioneer Women, announces
a dinner to be sponsored by Mrs.
Louis Marcus and Mr. and Mrs, .1
Katz on Saturday. 6 p.m.. in the
Koyal Hungarian Restaurant.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. chair-
man of the event, will present
guest speaker. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Joseph Hurwitz is the entertain-
er. Mrs Sadie Hubert will give the
Invocation. All proceeds are ear-
marked for Child Rescue Fund,
according to Mrs. Marcus and
Katz. who CO-chair the club's Res-
cue Committee.
Miami Beach Councilman Hyman P. Galbut is congratulated
by Louis Merwi'.zer (right' at a recent Mesivta Hebrew High
School function in Galbut's honor as Mrs. Ga'.but looks on.
Hilary Mindlin
To Review Book
Last in a series "i three bi ok
reviews sponsored l>> the Hebrew
Academy is scheduled for Monday.
11 30 a m at the Hebrew
emy. 2400 Pinetree Dr.
Hilary Mindlin. book editor ol
The Jewish Floridian, wil discuss
Idiots First." a besl sellii an
\ ol Jew ish Amci i( ai stoi
ies
AI in a m Mrs Samuel R -
ncr. PTA president, will conduct
a regular meeting to include a re-
port on the national PTA c
tion held in Long Beach. N Y re-
cently and attended by Mrs Mil-
dred Dcarr. delegate.
Following the meeting, a brunch
will be served in the board room
Tifereth Israel Sister -aod
Tifereth Israel Sister! I
hold it- regular month: me<
in the Social Hall, 650G Ni Mi; i
Ave on Thursdaj. Fil i was m
be presented bj a rei I I
ol the Bell Teh i ntitled
Famih Affair "
Mizrachi Women
Slate Party Here
A pre-rurim party will be
bj the Batya chapter ol Mizrachi
Women Organization on Saturday
evi ning at 8 p.m.
The Ret reation Hall ol the I
cord Plaza Apts 961 M-. 169th SI
No Miami Beach, will be the sceni
of a program featuring sot
Canti r and Mrs Musi-- Weiss, .>
white elephant sale, and thi I
ditional Purim sweets
Mrs AU x Shaj ew it/, pre!
ol Batya Chapter, is assist!
Mrs. Emanual Ungar, Mrs Frances
Goldberg, Mrs Simon April and
Mrs. Harrj Lerner, hostesses
Mrs Alfred Stone is coordinator
in Florida oi the Mizrachi Worn
en's Organization oi America
Torah Fund Sets
Luncheon Here
ird T irah Fur.il
(or members ol Beth ivid Sis-
terhood will take plac Wedi
\'i> noon
The luncheon will be held at the
home of Mrs Seymour Frii
- ; Monserrate si Cor il Gal i
Mr- Murraj Gladsl Torali
i chairman, ann< thai
the lun heon is open to Beth 11
I Slsterl members bto I
rontributi I $19 i hai : ver the .!'" ish Tht ological : ?mii
\ [ash oi sho> by I
ill Milvc le Mile will !>>
r the luncheon. Re
may be made with Mr Fr
and Mrs, Gladsb -
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RtQ P^a-^acists
lovely onions!
Mrs Joseph Krantz. president of
Club One, announces a Purim Fes
Uval, with i-raeli dancing and tra-
ditional Purim refreshments on
Sunday, at 7:30 p.m., at the Far
hand Center, 842 Washington Ave.
Bebe Idelson Club, Mrs Dora
Offenhenden, president, has ar-
ranged for a Purim festival to be
held on Tuesday. 7:30 p in at 812
Washington Ave Entertainment
will be by Toby Horovitz. Israeli
folk singer Mrs. Esther Weinstein
will recite the Megillah and chair
the evening.
N
Onion Flavored
MATZOHS
'i

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See and taste now oodles ol
onion flavor makes these snap-
apart matzohs a welcome*
change from bread go>
hand-in hand with soup?, fish,
main dishes! The snack su-
preme gives new life anJ
delicate zest to dips ami
spreads.
Onion Civor does lit
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
IS BELiCIOUS
NO FAT cr SUGAR is used in the making .
HONEY being the only Sweetening!
BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU!
AT YOUR HEAITH FOOD STORE, MARKtT OR WALGRUNS
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I Harpist Will Appear
I
Mrs Joseph Duntov, librarian,
Surf Hal Bay Braneh ol the Miami
Public Library, announces that
M.ry Spalding Sevitzky, harpist,
will present a lecture and demon
stration un tht harp Solo harpist
with the University ol Miami
Symphony, anil facult) member ol
the University School ol Music,
Mrs Scvit/ky will appear at the
Community Recreation ('enter on
Thursday. Feb. 27. at 8 10 p.m.
Have Kasha instead of potatoes
KASHa <
FREE KASHA COOKBOOK^
New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals
SERVEi fnd *n*ertalnIn8 with Kasha. Address request
wmmwm to; Phyllis WolffvPsnn Yan, New York


Friday, February 21. 1964
+JewlsfiFk)rldi ^National Council of Jewish Women
In Special Sabbath Feb. 28 and 29
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Natioi i l Council of Jewish Wom-
en obs< <' Council Sabbath on
Friday ening, Feb. 28. and Sat-
urday, Feb. 29
"The celebration of Purim, com
memorating the rebirth of freedom
for our people, is a most happy
occasion in the life of Council
membej ." according to Mrs. Ray-
mond R. Rubin. Greater Miami
Section president.
Mrs. .Ieyer Baskin, contempo-
rary J' ish affairs chairman for!
the ION Section, announces the
tollowinf speakers in Dade Count)
Mouse u Worship on Feb. 28:
Mrs. Joseph Oberstcin. Flagler-
Gran.-.'ia Jewish Center, 50 NW
51st PL, with Rabbi David Ros-
enfelc! leading the congregation.
Mrs. Robert Flamburg. Temple
Beth Shiran, 7500 sw 120th St..
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Mrs. Emanuel Palgon, Tifereth
.Inroh, -#5i g Flamingo* Way,
Hialeah, Rabbi Hyman Gross,
spiritual leader.
Mrs Bernard Yesner, Temple
Judea, 320 Palermo Ave.. Coral
Gables, Rabbi Mordecai Podet
leading the congregation.
Mrs. Aaron Fair. Temple Ner
lam id. 7302 Carlyle Ave.. where
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz is spirit-
ual leader.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Temple Or
Olom, 8755 SW 16th St.. Rabbi
Simon April, spiritual leader.
Mrs Sidney Schwartz will bless
the Sabbath candles at Temple
Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., and
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
briefly about the work of NCJW.
At the following Temples, a
special welcome to Council mem
lers will be given:
Beth Torah, 1051 No. Miami
Beach Blvd.. No. Miami Beach.
Rabbi .Max Lipshitz: Temple Beth
Hin. 59511 V Kendall Dr., Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard; Temple Israel,
i:!7 Ni: l!ith St.. R;lbbi Joseph
Narot; Temple Zamora, 44 Za-
mora Ave.. Coral Gables, Rabbi
Hershel Brooks; Temple /.ion. 5720
SW 17tb St., Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Beach High PTA Book to be Reviewd
Hobby Sculptor Has Show
I. A. Chaiken, retired manufac-
turer of New York, and now a res-
irent at Harbour House in Bal Har-
bour, has a display of sculpture
on exhibit at Chase Federal's Surf-
side Office. The exhibit features
13 works ranging from one of his
neighbors who is a daily fisher-
man at the Harbour House dock
to a bridal couple. The display
will be on exhibit for the next
few weeks.
Plans Meeting
Miami Beach Senior High PTA
will meet Tuesday, Mar. 3. in the
High School Auditorium, 2231
I'rairie Ave. at 8 p.m.
Prior to the meeting, all 10th
and 11th grade students will re-
ceive a copy of the new 1964-65
Curriculum Bulletin, which 111
eludes courses to be offere:! 10th.
11th and 12th graders.
Steve Moore, principal, will lead
a discussion on some of the plans
for next year's course of study and
the seven-period day.
Following this general view ol
curriculum, the various grade lev-
els will be divided into individual
groups headed by the high school's
staff of guidance counselors to an-
swer questions.
Parents will be invited to view
the Science Fair display in the sci-
ence wing of the high school.
Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan is PTA I
president.
Sisterhood Beth Kodesh Congre-
gation will hold ;i general meet-
ing on Tuesday, l p.m. Louis
Schwartzman. of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will review the
l.00!;. "Dust," by Yael Dayan.
Menorah Ladies
To Hold Bazaar
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hoi i a bazaar in the Social Halt
on Saturday. 7:30 p.m.. and all day
Sunday, Mar 1.
Featured will be all new cer-
chandise. food, children's carnival
and games. Smorgasbord will be
at 1 p.m.
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Sam
Belsky. Co-chairmen of the bazaar
arc Mrs. Rose Trucker. Mrs. Jack
Segal and Ms. Samuel Hohauser.
Mrs. Murray Weil is cake chair-
man.
JM
THE ST. LAURENT-ISRAEL FASHION SHOW
Speaker
Jan Peerce
J.VI salutes the Bonds for Israel
Fashion Show and luncheon at
noon today in the grand ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
You'll see a premiere of designs
by France's Yves St. Laurent and
Israel's top couturiers and
craftsmen, dan Peerce, Metropolitan
Opera Star, will be guest speaker.
Marilyn Van Derbur. former Miss
America will do the commentation
for the show, with staging and
coordination by Jordan Marsh.
For information, call JE 2-6481


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+ LMltHn-rrHt r
Friday, February 21. 1964

%
ret nee s
JL*1>
man
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Florence Kupperman grew up in New York City, one
of ;i family of five boys and four sirls. and her father's
pet al that. She was a religious child because of her
deeply religious background. Her lather founded the
Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, of which he was president
lor l."> year-. Their home was the mecca of visiting rabbis
and other religious-thinking scholarly men. A special Suk
kah was always available during
the Feast of Tabernacles. Reli-
gion as a credo by which to live
was part of Florence'- daily life.
She took a busines.- course,
graduating as Hit' youngest of all
the girls in her class. Always a
career woman, she became execu-
tive director lor the La Reme
Hotel in New York and the Madi
son Hotel in Lake wood, N.J. To
make the Story complete, she
married the boss, Samuel Kupper-
man. The) moved to Miami,
where they enjoyed working to-
gether m their own hotels. In
1852. tin1 world was pulled from un-
der her that was the year that
her husband, w ho had always put lu:- on a pe !estal and called
her hi- good luck charm, died. Florence was doubly
bereft, having no outside community interests but the
business world in which she belonged for so man) years.
As a stage-struck youngster oi 1G. she had performed
at the Grossinger Hotel So She wen! to Jennie Gros-
singcr's home on I'metree Drue for a meeting oi Women's
American OUT. She liked the idea ol helping man to
help himself, and became involved m forming the first
chapter here She has been active ever since as presi-
dent of the Greater .Miami Chapter, vice president ol
Southeast Region of ORT and carried the Portfolio tor Ex-
pansion for three year-, forming seven chapters in the
Dado and Broward area. She does publicity and educa-
tion lor OUT and i> a dynamo as far as both are con-
cerned
Attending a Combined Jewish Appeal meeting one
day. she forthwith became active not only in Combined
Jewi-h Appeal, but also in Federation of Jewish Women.
Shore Unit of Cancer, Fight for Sight and Home lor the
Aue.I. among others. It was a tar cry ftom business,
but her business training made her excellent at her
job.
Today. Florence like< to do everything but knit. She
plays cards, bowls, takes yoga lessons (but can not stand
on her head I. is a patron of the opera and all musical
events.
Her brother, who has the Go Go Farms, with trotters
and pacers has promised to name the next colt after her
Florence lincU the horses exciting. Traveling has also
been part of her life, with Israel and Switzerland her fav-
orite countries Her vivid personality and meticulous at-
tention to detail, as well as having time and desire to do
tor others, has created her own particular niche not only
in Florence's favorite ORT. but in the hearts of the people
with whom she works.
flORlNCE
Shnitzers Will
Live in No. Miami
Wedding vows were exchanged
by Susan Carole Belsky and Rich-
ard Stuart Schnitzer on Saturday
evening, Feb. 15.
The Fontamebleau Hotel was the
setting for the double ring, candle-
light ceremony performed by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz and followed
by a reception and formal dinner
The bride wore a traditional
floor-length wedding gown of alen-
con lace and silk organza designed
with a bell-shaped skirt extending
into a chapel train. The fitted
iMiciicc featured a scooped neck-
line reembroidered with alencon
lace and long sleeves.
The four-tiered French illusion
fell from a pearl tiara, and she car-
ried an arrangement of white or-
chils and white roses with long
.streamers.
Honor attendants to the bride
were Pamela Sharrow. Lois Jaffe
and Mrs. Carol Ladge Ruth Woln-
stein was flower girl and Ellen
Ostroff in charge Ol 'he guest
book
Parents oi the bride are Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Belsky. 1075 NE 145th
St. Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleishaker,
Miami Beach.
The bridegroom is the -"ii of
Mrs Shirley Donetelli Bangor,
Me and Morn- Schnit/cr Allen
town. Pa., and grand-on <>f Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Rosenberg. Mi-
ami Beach. His twin brother, Alan
Schnitzer, of Boston, served as
best man. an.I Wayne Oyer ushered
Grodens Reveal
Janice's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred clroden.
6485 SW 52ncl St.. announce the en-
gagement of (heir daughter. Janice
Patricia, to Martin Gerald Brooks,
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brook-. Los Angeles, Calif
Miss Groden is a graduate of
Southwest Miami Senior High and
. is now attending the Cnnersity of
Miami.
The prospective bridc.room is
also attending the University of
Miami majoring in psychology.
The wedding will take place Aug.
30.
Arilmon
MRS RICHARD SCHNITZtR
Mrs. Schnitzer, now teaching at
Mae M Walters Elementary School
,n Hialeah, Is a graduate of North
Miami Set iOI High and attended
iln' i niversit) oi Georgia in Ath
, ns, (ia she received a degree from
the Universit) of Miami School of
Education and is ; member "t the
I \i Alumnus Board of Direct rs
Her husband is a graduate of
Pen Argyl High in Pennsylvania
. attended Blair Academy ami
Cnivcrsit) ol Miami
on iheir return from a wedding
trip to V the couple will live
in North Miami.
Joint Purim
Party Wednesday
A Purim Festival celebration
program on Wednesday evening
will be sponsored jointly by lar
hand Branches, Bialik and Bed
Curion: Poale Zioh. Chain) Green
berg Branch of Greater Miami
and Pioneer Women. Miami Beach
Club One and Tikvah
To be held at the Farband Cul-
tural ('enter. 842 Washington Ave
the evening will be chaired by Dr
Simon Wilenskv, president, IV.,1,
Zion, with Cantor Mcrdecai Yai
deini in charge of the muska
presentation.
Principal speaker will be I),
Isaac I merman, ol Bialik Branch
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant
Bureau of Jewish Education, v. ii
read the traditional Megillah n
Beryl Morrison, president. Bialil
Branch, will read Purim stun,.
by Sholom Aleichim.
Miss Goldberg
Marries Israeli
Mr. and Mrs Charles Goldberg,
vners of the Sorrento Hotel, an-
Mince the marriage of their
mgbter. Alyce to Avram Paych-
- r, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leon
aycher, of Haifa. Israel
Wedding ceremony took
j ec. 8 at the Ulamei Haifa Hall in
aifa
The bride i- a recent graduate
Brandeis University

Cantor Apelewicz
At Waldman's
Cantor Jacob Apelew icz will of- j
ciate during the Passover holi-
iys. Mar. 27 to Apr. 4, at Wald-
an's Hotel.
Cantor Apelewicz was born in
: ovno. Poland, and was a mem-
ei of the underground during
orld War II.
He emigrated to the U.S. in
3>48. where he attracted the no-
ce of Cantor David Koussevit-ky
nd toured with him throughout :
le country.
Cantor Apelewicz will be assist-
< I on Passover b) Cantor David
(onvisor and a large choir. This
ill be the Cantor's third visit to
liami Beach and Waldman's
Hotel
Names to Go
On Tree of Life
At Beth Am
At Friday night services of
Temple Beth Am, the following
members will have plaques en-
graved on the Tree of Life in the
new lobby of the Temple-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sumars,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner. Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Tarsche-. Mr. and
Mrs. Bartin Udell. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Waldman, Mr and Mrs.
Stanley Wasser, Mr. and Mrs
Bernard Weksler, Dr and Mrs.
Stanley Wellins. Mr. and Mrs Dav-
id Welt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
V.einstein. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wei-glass. Mr. and Mrs Irving
Wexter and Mr. and Mrs, Fred
eric Wise.
Emanu-EI Sets
Election Meeting
Joseph M i.ipton. president m ~
Temple Emanu-EI, this week ai J)
.hi iced that the Temple'- annual
election meeting and dance
be held Sunday Mar 1. at th<
Diplomat Hotel
Follow ing the election Ol
Peers, a Purim musical will ii
presented by the Junior Playi -
i tin Confirmation Department
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Mrs Henrietta Fine is preside re
Program chairman is Mrs. Low-
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gORTH Star Cancer Unit of the
'' Papanicolaou Research In-
stil it* held a luncheon and fash-
ion -how last week at Chandler's
Restaurant, with your columnist
i- i (irdinator and commentator.
and Lewis Fashions presenting a
pan (if their collection. Coiffeurs
u i by J. BaUIi,
-. iTit of the group. Mrs
II' ; Baker, wore a beise and
iamc knit sheath with a
i l-style jacket Mrs. Myron
.1. N'athan was in an emerald
::i l 1 lire; piece Italian knit
* Irani trim on her jacket
r and cocoa combined into
iking Italian knit ensemble
bj Mrs. Rud) Freedland
II- n ei blouse ainl the embroid
ei n lier jacket were In the rich
. color. Mrs. Murraj Silbi r
rh a black an.I white geomet-
rii printed blouse with her tan
get ne-colored moygashel linen
circled her skirt, and her over-
blouse had a diagonal point over
one shoulder and was tied over
the other shoulder
Mrs. Irving Newman, whose
husband hea.s Lewis Fashions,
was in a white silk and worsted
suit with the double breasted
blazer jacket. Cold tailored but-
tons accented her suit, and a
modttied nautical touch was add-
ed with a semi-turtle neck navy
blue silk boucle blou.-e. Mrs.
Jeanne Moore supplied the mu-
sic Her muted olive silk alpaca
sheath detaile I its V neckline
with sell colored buttons An om-
bred blue floral silk print was
Neve Aviv Exec
To Visit Miami
A new approach to dynamic re-
tirement will be the subject of a
series ol t..Iks l>> Avram Frank.
ol Tel Aviv, during his visit to
Miami the week ol Mar. 2.
Representing the Neve Aviv re-
tirement Club of Kfar Shmaryahu.
Israel. I-rank will meet with or-
worn by Mrs. Sam Spector. Her
sheath had a scooped neckline
and cap sleeves. The Sissy-tailor-
ed look was seen in Mrs. Arthur
Snyder's black and white dress.
Her black silk crepe sheath had
jet buttons on her waist-length
jacket, with the white accents
being in her oversize peter pan
collar and cuffs.
*
|u|RS. Isadora Goldberg's choice
" tor the luncheon was an iced
blue Italian knit with a white
overblouse and white flowers on
her jacket. A stunning avacaclo
and white wool check suit was
worn by Airs. Richard Remeny.
Mrs. Buddy Bornstein's choice
was a charcoal shift and match
in? coat, with a stiffly-starched
M bite pique dickey.
A royal blue Mexican knit with
a white bateau necked overblouse
was worn by Mrs. Arthur Phar-
mer. Mrs. Martin I Lunch's bone-
colored raw silk suit featured
asj metrically slashed pockets in
the hip-length jacket with a touch
ol color in the orange silk blouse.
Yellow moygashel linen was
Mrs, Bernard Fettwies' choice,
and a pink all-over embroidered
sheath was worn by Mrs. Robert
Sands as thej helped greet
guests. A white wool knit with a
gold overblouse was Mrs. Rich
ard Shacter's choice for the day.
A unk silk tweed jacket dress
*^ with a chiffon bodice was
on Mrs. Marcia Blauhut,
Her dress) .jacket followed the
tuxedo lines. Mrs. Robert Avins
c< ?e the popular slingshot jump- utilizations and interested indivi-
er .n lilac with a long-sleeved (l,,:,ls '" ,his area to explain the
bl.c and white print cowled neck l:ll0s| advance in retirement liv-
bl -e Mrs Finest Janko'S red '"'- The Neve Aviv Club was de-
wi suit teatured a fitted jacket siSned,_to. expedite the adjustment
ai floral sprayed silk blouse
with an ascot tie.
c ',*!wiriHen.. of. -'he day -were
Mrs. Albert Cassorola and Mrs.
U v ell VwtagrT Mrs. Cassorola s
so." was in champagne-colored
II, with Bavarian lace on the
Esrpire bodice. Mrs. Fisher chose
a roep fed Italian knit -heath
w a matching jacket. Iced blue
mohair in the slingshot jumper
w _-. n cowled neckline on her
long-sleeved silk crepe blouse was
striking on Mrs. Stanley Koches.
Citron and Dior blue were the
ur -ual color combination i n
Mr* Harold Tain's two-piece en-
s' hie t'npressed pleats en
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club buildillga as "looking like
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ami."
Illustrating his talks with color-
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Prank has already been scheduled
to address several Zionist groups
here. He will be at the ZOA:
luncheon. Mar. 4. at the Waldman :
Hotel: Bnai Zion meeting the
same evening at Washington Fed- :
oral, 1234 Washington Ave.; and
l.ebediker Branch of Farband on
Thursday evening", also at 1234
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Senior Citizens
Plan Card Party
Senior Citizens of Dade Heights
is planning a card party on Sun-
day. 1 p.m., in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 689 NE 167th
St.
New officers of the group in-
clude Daniel Trigg. president;
Alike Dokelsky and Mrs. Abraham
l.ip-ius. vice presidents; Mrs.
Dora Guterman, treasurer; Mrs.
Sylvan Kaye and Mrs. Henrietta
Denkin, secretaries.
MRS. MARSHALL TUKKIN
Turkin, Lande
Exchange Vows
Marion Lande became the bride
of Marshall Turkin in a civil cere-
mony held Friday. Feb. 7. in
Miami.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Turkin. 711
14th St. He attended John Mar-
shall School, the Chicago School
of Photography, and the S. Stan
hope Smith School of Airbrush, all
oi Chicago, III.
He is presently associated with
the United States Postal Service
Department of Miami Beach.
The couple will live at 1538 .lei
ferson Ave.
Named Drive Chairman
Mrs Regina A. Shane, of 7715
NE 5th Ave.. Miami, has been ap-
pointed chairman of a membership
campaign for the Muscular Dys-
trophy Society of South Florida.
Puritz, Melnick
Vows on Beach
Here Feb. 15
The Barcelona Hotel was the set-
ting Saturday evening. Feb. la. for
I he marriage of Marilyn Ann Mel-
nick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel R. Melnick. 660O Ca-teneda
St., and Lauren Stephen Purtiz.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. David Puritz. 348
Jefferson Ave.
A reception at the hotel follow-
ed the candlelight ceremony. Rab-
in Herbert Baumgard officiated.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
Harvey William Paul, matron of
honor; Susan Melnick and Fran-
cine Puritz. bridesmaids; Fdward
Maxwell, best man; Harvey Wil-
liam Paul and Martin Rose.
groomsmen.
For the wedding, the former Miss
Melnick selected a gown of white
bouquet taffeta with a chapel-
length train. Fa-hioned with por-
trait neckline and long, pointed
sleeves, the boc'ice was embellish-
ed with iridescent sequins and
pearls.
A headpiece ol pearlized orange
i lossonu held the bouffant pure
-ilk illusion finger tip veil, and
white orchids ami slephanotis cov-
ered a Bible carried by the bride.
A graduate ol Coral Cables High.
I he new Mrs, Puritz attended
Florida state University, where
she was sweetheart i I Tan Epsilon
Fraternity. Her husband, a Certi
He Public Accountant, is an
alumnus <>i Miami Beach High and
the University ol Miami, and a
member of the Air Force Reserves
Brotherhood Role
To be Viewed
J. Jacques Stone, president. Na
t onal Federation of T e m p le
Brotherhoods, and Av Bondarin,
\FT!i associate executive direc-
tor, will conc-UCt a workshop for
Brotherhood leaders of Reform
Temple Men's Clubs in the South
Florida area Wednesday. 8 p.m..
at the Community Center of Tem-
ple Israel. 137 NE 19th St.
Theme will be 'The Role of the
Brotherhood in the Congregation."
Morton Grant, past president ol
the Southeast Florida Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods, is chair
man of the arrangements commit-
tee.
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Resident at the Mantell Plaza Hotel gather
to plan their annual drive for the Heart Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Sara Holland and Mrs. Selma
Fraeger. Rear row (left to right) are Max Mus-
ter, Mrs. Claire Charap and Tony Patterson.
Middle row (left to right) are Mesdames Bert
Fink, Revah Landau. Grace Samuels. Estelle
Pearls'-sin, Hattie Zeitlin. Julia Werber, Sadye
Zeive and Claire Liberman. Front row (left to
right) are Mrs. Praeger, Mrs. Frumkin and Mrs.
Daisie Waldman. The special event has an-
annually netted the Heart Association here
the sum of SI,000. Participants have been
ci'3d by the organization with its highest
presentation, the Distinguished Service Award.
Morris Abram Succeeds A. M Sonnabend
As President of American Jewish Com.
By Special Report the Executive Board of the Com-
mittee, becomes its 13th presi-
NEW YORKMorris is Abram, dt.n|
'.-I legal chief of the Peace
rps, has succeeded to the pres- The new president is a native
icv of the American Jewish ot Fitzgerald, Ga., and practiced
umittee on the death of A M. law in Atlanta He is now a mem-
- nabend, of Boston her ot Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Whar-
\bram. who was chairman of "' and Garrison in New York.
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Southeast ZOA Board Meeting
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly of the World Zionist Actions
OOd, has announced that the first Committee.
meeting of the Board of Governors Locai zqA leaders who will be
I the .Southeast Region of the participating in the sessions are
Zionist Organization America
.vill tale place at the Fontaine-
3>
bleau Hotel on Sunday.
The board will convene at 9:15
a.m. tor a business session. At
li:J3 a.m.. a special meeting on
Membership technique, to be pre
tented by Israel Feiden, of St. Au-
gustine, a past president of the
region and currently national mem-
ber-hip co-chairman, will he open
:o local Zionist members.
Following the membership ses-
sion, a luncheon has been plan-
ner;' at the Fontainebleau for 1
p.m., to which the public is in-
vited. Guest speaker will be
Jacques Torciyner, of New York
City, chairman of the National
Executive Council of the ZOA
and a member of the presituum
Ken (idler, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District. I.onis B.
Rudnick, National vice president
Max Parneas, Harry c. Caplan,
Morris Simon. David Goodwin.
Abraham Kasow. Abraham Scha-
fcr, Joseph Alter. Ezra Finegold,
Abraham Gninhut, Bernard Kalz.
Judge J, David Liebman.
Sheldon Lelchuk, Sam Levine.
A. Arthur Pekehier. Josh Kephun,
Irving Saal. Louis Schwartzman
Meyer Siegel and Herman Wein-
traub. All are of Greater Miami
Jacob Harrison and S. j"oe Perry
will represent Hollywood. Two na-
tional ZOA leaders who are winter
residents of Miami Beach. Dr.
Morton J. Robbins. of Nashua.
N. H., and Mortimer May. of Nash-
ville, Tenn.. will also participate
in the program.
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Abram was appointed by the
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He was named legal chief of the
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representative to the UN's Sub-
commission on the Prevention
of Discrimination and the Pro-
tection of Minorities.
I
In this latter position, he recent
j submitted a drafl convention on
the problem <>f racial and religious
discrimination, and he has been
especiall) active in drawing in-
ternational attention t,> ant. Se
itism in (he Soviet Union
Abram has served as an attorn
ej in crucial cases dealing with
major civil rights and civil liber
ties issues. He was the attornej
in a 1962 case before the Atlanta
Federal District Court h i c h
struck down Georgia's count} unit
election system, and its denial ol
voting rights to the people of the
stati more populous counties.
The case was affirmed on appeal
to the U.S. Supreme Court, thus
bringing to an end Abram's li
year efforl to outlaw this voting
system.
More recently, Abram appear-
ed as the attorney in the noted
Americus, Ga., case involving
five ycung men, white and Ne-
gro, who were held without bail
and faced a capital punishment
penalty on the charge of incit-
ing to insurrection.
His injunction challenging the
constitutionality of the iiisiirr. ,
lion and unlawful assembly -t,,
tutes led to the court's invalida-
tion Of the statutes and stayed am
further proceedings under 'them
Abram was graduated from the
University ol Georgia, summa cum
laude, and received a Doctor ol
Jurisprudence Degree from the
l mversity of Chicago Law School
A member of Phi Beta Kappa he
was named a Rhodes Scholar and
earned his Bachelor's and Mas-
ter's Degrees at Oxford lim.i
sity, England.
During World War ||. Abram I
served in the Army Air Force
"here he rose to the rank ol m:,,'
"' end was awarded the Legion
Ot Merit ||(. ;,. a member ,
the American prosecution staff -,l
the Nuremburg trials.
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Friday. February 21. 1964
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Planning the annual donor luncheon of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel are front row left to right) Mrs. Jerome Halpern,
co-chairman, sponsor rickets; Mrs. Sidney Raffel. chairman,
luncheon; Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, chairman, sponsor tickets.
Standing (left to right) are Barbara Rado, co-chairman, public-
ity; Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, chairman, flowers; Mrs. Joseph Ed-
wards, general committee; Mrs. J. L. Mendelson, co-chairman,
seating. Function will be Mar. 18 at the Carillon Hotel. Prizes
for distribution have been brough' back from Europe by Mrs.
I Max Matz. Entertainment will include Bill Jordan and songs
by Folies Bergere star Lynda Gloria. In charge of reserva-
tions are Mis. Robert Saltzman and Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
Lebediker Branch To Mark Purim
Young Men's CJA
To Hear Leader
Damd .\uil Holler and Harry B.
Smith have invited members of
thi* Yotins Men's Division, Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, to meet Jos-
eph Kartter, national chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet, on Wednesday
evening. Mar. 4
The event on behalf of Hie 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal will he
a cocktail party at smith's home,
23o So HibisCUS Dr., Hibiscus Is
Mid.
Sain Luby Jr.. is heading the
program ol the YOung Men's Di-
vision which is holding a num-
ber of cocktail parties on behalf
ol the 1361 Combine.i Jewish Ap-
peal.
Traditional Purim party spun
sored by the Lebediker Far/band
Branfib will be held on Thursday
it. Feb. 27, at the Algiers Ho
lei
Holiday delicacies. including
Hamfntaschen and wine, will be
served, and a concert will be pre-
sented,
Participating artists are Michl
Gibson, Sarah and Chaim Fersh-
ko, Herman Gottlieb, Cantor
Mordvcai Yardeini, Ben Yomen
and Esther Barrett.
President is Joseph 1'. Zucker-
man. The branch has organized it-
i \vn blood bank and now has l'j
pints of blood in reserve.
l (iuest speakers and subjects dls-
i iissed recently at branch meet
- included Mrs. Annette Black-
er, on "The Plight of Jewry
Throughout the World' ; Dr. Nor
man Berk, Activities ol the .lew
i.-h War Veteran"; Isaac Donen,
"Jewish Education"; Jacob Frayd-
man. "Pioneering Personalities";
Harry Simonhoff, "Louis Lio-ky
The Great Zionist"; l)r Hyiikin
Turkin. "The Human Body."
Vice President Oscar Shapiro is
in charge of all leading commit-
tees, and Solomon Panics.-; and Eli
Malm of finances, Jacob Frayd-
man and Abraham Warshau head
cultural developments, and Leon
April and Ben Meyers, benevo-
lence and blood bank.
Dr, Norman Berk, Sarah Babier,
Bachael Parness, Simon Teten-
baum, Ben Talinaduo. Albert Rick-
Im. Frieda Sack. Meyer Goldstein
and Joseph P. Zuckerman are in
charge of general planning.
Dr. Mandelbaum
Speaks Sunday
"What Can We Moderns Believe
About Prayer'.'" will be discussed
by Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, pro-'
vost of the Jewish Theological'
Seminary of America, at the sec-
ond sesson of Temple Emanu-El's
Breakfast Forum Scries on Sun-
day at 10:15 a.m.
Dr. Mandelbaum is associate
professor in homiletics on the fa-
culty of the Rabbinical Depart-
ment at the Jewish Theological!
Seminary. For the past several
years, be has worked with Dr.1
Louis Finkelstein, Seminary chan-
cellor, in the Institute lor Relig-
ious and Social Studies.
In 1963, Rabbi .Mandelbaum re-|
ccived his doctorate from the Sem-i
inary lor a scientific edition of the
Pesikta ol Rab Kahana. a Pales-
tinian Mulrash of the sixth cen-
i tury. A chapter appeared in the
Mordeeai M. Kaplan Jubilee Vol-
umes.
Dr. Robert Gordis will conclude
the Breakfast Forum Series on
Sunday, Mar. 1. Topic will be
"What Can We Moderns Believe
About Revelation?"
Dr. Sherman Kaplan is chair-
man o| the Breakfast Forum.
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Flamingo Chapter Party
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IntlstifhrkHan
Friday. February 21.
\964
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Max Lerner Regards the 'New Europe'
Max l.erner is
popular. Suburbia
has taken him to
its bosom. What
iloos he have to
say to the young
matron with the
fresh-lacquered hair and her
husband dutifully in attedanee
and the old ones who remem-
ber and whisper of the old Max
Lerner?
When hi' -peaks, is it to
them'.' Apparently, he does.
They came in droves, by the
8(i0. to hear him last Sunday
night.
Earlier, bushy-haired and
not too stylishly attired. Dr.
Lerner dwindled down into
his chair in his Dupont Plaza
hotel room. His customary
charm and verve held in obey-
ance, he nevertheless display-
ed the forbearance and grac-
icusness of the teacher he is.
He seemed tired, perhaps dis-
couraged.
Just back from a year in Eu-
rope, and in Miami to speak
for Jewish family and Chil-
dren's Service. Max Lerner
spoke of possibilities.
I went to Europe," said
Lerner. "because I sensed the
need for mw relationships."
He proposes a "Directorate
Idea" wherein the major West-
ern powers could determine
foreign policy in unison.
"Because of modern com-
munication systems, decisions
can be made together." said
Dr. Lerner. "It was a mistake
not to share our nuclear knowl-
edge wilh France. But we can
still break down their sense ot
exclusion by an exchange of
nuclear know-how."
De Gaulle's Hostility
De Gaulle is hostile and has
contempt for the United states
that dates back to the treat-
' men! he received from the late
President Roosevelt. He main-
' tains that Europe has a des-
_ tiny which is not to be a tail
r to the American dog.
"De Gaulle." Dr. Lerner
'said, "is the most brilliant
* single leader in the world to-
e-day. and he will be elected
r again for a period of eight
ryears. So we will have to con-
tend with him. France docs
not have power, but De Gaulle
has ideas."
Dr. Lerner spent much of
his time in Europe groping
for a sense of a new relation-
ship toward France. Presi-
dent Johnson is continuing
MAX UKNtK
time in Curept
President Kennedy's policy
toward De Gaulle, he said,
and that policy is based on
American power to prevent a
Communist victory.
"But Europeans," added Dr.
Lerner. "don't feel that a nu-
clear threat is imminent."
De Gaulle has made mis-
takes. He counted on a Ger-
man alliance and miscounted
Erhard's compliance. And in
the future, he may count too
much on the Chinese giving up
their Grand Design.
Red China in the UN
On Red China and the
United Nations"Of course
they should be in the United
Nations." said Dr. Lerner. "but
not on the Security Council un-
til they prove their good inten-
tions."
On President Johnson"1
have some reservations." said
Dr. Lerner. He overacts to
crisis as in the Guantanamo
situation. He should play it
cool."
On the Radical Right
"Upon my return lrom Eu
rope." Dr. Lerner said. "I've
been impressed on how the
radical right has been deflat-
ed. Before I left, I felt that
Goldwater would carry the
South. He can't do it now.
He's no longer a serious candi-
date. Rockefeller is a real pos
sibility and the Republicans'
best candidate. The radical
right is in retreat, and they've
been helped along this path by
Gokfnliter's campaign in New
Hampshire."
The radical right repre-
sents soft mindedness. "They
don't recognize the futility of
farce by itself," he declared.
'They'd be shocke.1," Max
Lerner said, "to learn that if
we sent the Marines to Cuoa
we would be starting a \ar
sans the support of any al!
Dr. Lerner's Credo
When informed of the !l
but vociferous right wing
men! in Miami. Dr. Lerner ex-
pressed surprise.
Max Lerier has (in i
America as a civilization. \\ :i
asked t'> define his spol in i l
civilization, he shifted ner\ .-
ly an 1 then said, "I'm a p litj
cal activist with no political
aspirations, I'm a teacher 1
perform a critical function.
I'm a tough-minded liberal ind
a possibilist. exploring the hm-
its ol social and political pn.-if
hility. I see myself as a Jew
without the need to practice the
rituals of my religion. I would
integrate the Jewish trac I m
into the American texture, "ii
not a gcncrali-t. I'm a
ialist."
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Van Ciiburn Will Play Piano Opus By Tschaikowsky
Van Ciiburn. celebrated Ameri-
can prize-winning pianist, will be
guest soloist with the University
. : Miami Symphony Orchestra.
Fabian S:vit/ky conducting, on
two consecutive ni-jhts. Sundaj
i: viondaj i nings, Feb. 23 and
i-; The Sim'.';, perfi rn ance will
be hi i I at Mi imi Beach Convi
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wo ac't'itional Russian coinposi-
tiors for the Cl.burn concert.
Dmitri Kabelevsky's Overtjre to
he opera, "Colas Braugnan '
will open the program, sixth in
at an Exhibition." Arthur
Foote's "Aria and Fugue" com-
pletes the program.
Ciiburn is a native of Shreve-
port, La., but spent most of his
early youth in Texas. He first
appeared in public at the age Of]
lour. He made his orchestral de-
hut at age 12 with the Houston
Symphony Orchestra, playing the
Tchaikovskj concerto. He later
received a scholarship to the Juil-
liard School ol Music, where he
studied under the renowned music
teacher, Mms. Rosina Lhevinne.
irn mosl impi rtanl \ ictorj
in buildin a co erl i arei r came
in 1953, v hi :i he a in the coveted
Edgar M Leventritl Foundation
Award with a brilliant perform-
ance Of Liszt's Twelfth Rhapso.ly.
The Moscow Piano Competition
award skyrocketed the 29-year old
pianist into world-wide promi-
nence. A national hero. Ciiburn
returned to the United States
where he received a New York
City ticker-tape welcome and
parade never before given a clas-
sical musician. He has since play-
ed in virtually all coiner- of the
world and with all top symphony
orchestras to tumultuous acclaim.
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the currer.t series of nine pair
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ami Friday and remain over the
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During his staj here, he will
meet with representatives of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation and present a talk to stu-
dents of the Universitj ol Miami
;t Hillel House.
Rabbi Bleich will also direct a
workshop and seminar at Hillel
House for adult Jewish education
chairmen in the Greater Miami
area.
Coordinating the program are
Mrs. Max Kern, District 5 Wom-
en's Adult Jewish education chair-
man, and Dave Sachs, chairman
of Florida Slate Federation of
B'nai B'rith and Southeast Florida
Men's Council chairman.
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*Jewlsti fkridiSmr
Page 13-B
1000 Persons Expected at Convention;
Gov. Romney to Get Honorary Degree
More than 1.000 persons will at- will J* delivered bv Dr Robert
tend, Ok- Rfgftial .convocation at (lord is Seminary Proles mm- of '
which the Jewish Theological Sem- Bible. Dr ."T.onTiT *< illspeak*on '
inarj 04 America will confer the "Isaiah: Prophet. Thinker World
honorary degree of Doctor of Laws Statesman." The Samuel Friedland
ipon Gov. George Romney. of Lecture Series was inaugurated by
liebigan, at Temple Bmanu-EI on the Seminary in 1960 as a mean's
londay. of associating Friendland's name
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
-J^$dhuU*
For Purim gift-giving, nothing
will give more pleasure to the
recipient than a bottle of Sea-
gram's V.O. Your giving it marks
yOU as
the ll
good company with SeSjjjram'i
known by "Wb coin-
as someono^ho appreciates
liner thinu- fti lift. You're in
I com pan
pany it Keeps.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Yuban Coffee i ulated sugar, a "mU8t" for your The name of Kratt stands for
Purim is a merry holiday and hot coffee and tea. Confectioners _.(1()(| fOIK| un,| good food ideas,
a good time to offer your family 10X Powdered makes good baking ~,| one product that has na
Following the convocation. Gov "" "" furtherance of Jewish ;in(1 ^ggj, an extra measure of cvcn bettor. Take v(nir cnolce [roub|,. ,ivjn np ,hls prcmise
lomney will be guest speaker at ,no,,nl J"d ethics pleasure by serving them Yuban of Domino Light Brown or Dark js Philadelphia Brand Cream
le Seminary's fifth annual con- Long a member of the Semi- Coffee, the premium coffee of Brown Sugar, but don't try to Cheese. This taste treat is de-
ocation dinner, at which Emil pan's Board of Overseers, and one General Foods. make candied sweet potatoes with- |icjous on its own and also lends
lorton. of Miami Beach, and six oi the initiators and sponsors of As you might expect, Yuban out one or the other. itself to a variety ol serving
ither communal leaders will re the Seminary's ethics program, costs a little more than regular Finally, for your Purim holiday yeas.
reive the institution's National Friedland is a leading figure in the coffee, but the difference in taste table, take your pick of Crystal This Purim make the whole day
(immunity Service Award. More Miami Beach community and is is more than worth the difference Domino Tablets or the Hostess
ban 500 guests will attend the din- chairman of the board of Temple in OOSt. The taste tells you that Tablets that add a party look to
r at the DiLido Hotel.
Gov. Romney will receive the
honorary degree in recognition
of his "valiant and impressive
effort to put into action the be-
liefs concerning the proper po-
litical tasks of civilized men
which are the foundation of
American democracy." The cita-
tpn, which will accompany the
egree, states that Gov. Rom-
ney's career "has exemplified
in the world of business and pol-
itics how a man of religion may
bear witness to the truths of re-
ligion in the workaday world."
F.manu-F.l
here is a coffee made from the all hot beverages. When its
pick of the coffee beans, aged Domino Sugar, you're sure it's
carefully, deep-roasted, and blend- pure.
ed artfull} to give you a flavor
that can't be matched. Seagram's V.O.
Your company will ask for sec- Life i^ filled with many fine
ond and third cups when you serve Hours, both in the course of an
Yuban coffee, so be sure to make average day. and on special oc-
enough for all those coffee-lovers casions such as weddings. Bar
in Ihe croud Mitzvahs, births, and the many
Yuban i> available in regular joyous holidays such as Purim.
and instant Try both, and you'll These "fines! hours'' call for some-
now being accepted by the com- Quicklj realize thai you can*t make thing special to offer your friends
mittee al til' Sevboid Building, or serve better cup ol coffee, and family, and Seagram's V.O.
Outstanding Citizen
Awards Accepting
Nominations Here
Nomination.- for Dade County
Outstanding Citizens Awards are
a festive one by catering to th
holiday appetites of your family.
What better way to start the holi-
day than with a hearty combina-
tion like cream cheese and Iok
on a fresh bagel?
For lunch, let the kids and dad
make their own favorite sand
wich, starting with Philadelphia
(ream Cheese of course. It" i
great with jelly or olives or to
mato slices or any one of a dozen
n ays,
Simon Greenber
II I ili> Seminars
ree upon Gov. Romney, am
1*1 \ia\ Aivt. al**) vice chancellor
... Seminary, will be presiding
officer al the convocation cere
monies. Rabbi Morris .viler, spir
oral leader ol Congregation Adath
i-raii in CuuMinati,- will present
l.ov, Romney tor the degree, and
pensoring him will Be Mortimer
ilflrcus and Joseph S. Wohl, both
! New York City."
Dr. irvbw Lehrman. spiritual
Miami
The annual
auspices ol
For dinner. Mother can use
cream cheese in a variety oi
canapes, or, for a special occasion
award is under the
Sholem Lodge oi
vue chan ])n:n R/rith, with Joseph \1 Lip-
II conter ,,, president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association, the
: .ill "ll ol the aw aril.
Mich as Purim. she can make u
Award will be made to a man
or woman who has performec1
the most outstanding single func-
tion for the good and welfare
of all of Dade County during
1963.
Permanent judges are Fred K
Shochet, publisher. The Jewish
Floridian; George Beebe. manag
holiday time or any time is the peciecl answer.
Seagram's V.O., C a n a d i a n
Domino Sugar Tops whisk) .it its verj finest, has just rich creamy cheese cake Foi
Domino Sugar needs no intro- the right combination ol flavor these and other recipes, look on
duction to Jewish housewives be- and aroma with a color and clar- ihe back ol the Philadelphia
cause n has been a tradition in it) thai i- mosl pleasing lo the Cream Cheese package Natural
Jewish home- for generations eye. ll i- these qualities that ly. you should look on the '
With Purim approaching, it have made'Seagram's V.O cher- ol the package first, and make
would be a good idea to take a i-hed b) weport.- all over the sure you see the red circle That
quick check ol all the Domino world tells you it's from Krafl
products to make sure your home ~
is well-stocked with these line
item.- that are invaluable to your
kitchen and on your table
Heading the list is Domino gran-
ader of Temple Bmanu-EI, will ling editor, Miami Herald; and
elfer the opening prayer, and Rab- Kalph Benick. vice president,
hi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual WTY.l
k-ader of Temple Menorah, will,
otter the benediction,
Purim Play
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*\ highlight of .the convocation' receive pa> for work done. Chair- day evening at 7 p.m., prior to
program will be the fifth annual man of the committee is Miami At-j the reading of the Megillah by
Samuel Friedland Lecture, which! torney Sanford M. Swerdlin. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
--------------------------------------- Cast of the Purim play, directed
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< All children present will receive
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< Temple Sisterhood.
{ Annual Purim Masquerade con-
* test, with prizes tor outstanding
4 costumes, i- planned by the relig-
' IOUS School for Sunday. Mar. 1. at
10:30 a m according to Lester
Shapiro, board chairman Temple
Brotherhood members "ill serve
as contest judges,
Kennel Stars Will
Battle it Out
A youngster on his way up in
the greyhound racing world and
an old timer nearing the end of an
outstanding career, have emerged
as the leading early-season stars at
the Miami Beach Kennel Club, and
may well battle it out tor the win-
ner- purse in the O P. Smith Me-
morial finals coming up next Mon-
day night.
Venerated, the youngster still in
his first year of racing, has thus
lar cracked the 0 P, Smith Course
record at the seaside oval, scored
two win-, and run second once in
* four starts.
Cotton Boy likewise has two wins,
the 63rd and 64th of his career.
But he has yet to finish ahead of
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Tr.nn> -UKU.,
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v^lewisfi Fk>rid/an
Friday, February 21, 1964
J3<*r <^Hiizvalt
Stuart Suskin icld. will become Bar Mit/.vah at
Stuart Floyd, son of Mr and the Hebrew Academy on Saturday
.irs. Harvey Suskin. will become morning. Feb. 22. Rabbi Alexander
I ar Mitzvah at Saturday morning S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew
services, Feb. 22. at Beth David,
bbi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
l.cjate.
A.seventh grade student at Shen-
. ,doa.'\ Junior High, the celebrant
.,ns to continue his Hebrew edu-
tion. He is an active participant
in all sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Suskin will honor
their son with a private Kiddush
loriowing the service.
Howard Bienenfeld
Howard Jeffrey Bienenfeld. son
ot Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienen-
Aca. etny. will officiate.
Howard is presently in the eighth
trade of the Academy, and is also
a student of piano. His hobbies are
golf, bowling and fishing.
Among the many rabbis, rela-
tives and friends attending the Bar
Mitzvah will be Howard's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bi-
enenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. David
Kugelman. Also attending will be
Rabbi Menachen M. Kasher,'.
founder of the American Biblical
Encyclopedia Society, now resid-l
ing in Israel.
Gary Meekler
Hichari Ntwman
ffae Ipstein
Gail Mtllew
Howard Bienenfeld
Camp Gan Israel
Plans Huge Pool
Flans lor an Olympic-sized swim-
ig pool at Camp Gan Israel of
i lorida were scheduled to be made
this week according to Rabbi Ab-
lam Korf, Southeastern regional
rector of the Merkos L'inyonei
/.nu. Ii. sponsors of the camp.
Rabbi Kurt said he has sched-
uled meetings with officials in De-
l.nd. Fla site of the newly-pur-
ased camp, for construction of
ihe pool.
The rabbi, who makes his head-
quarters for the Merkos in Mi-
ami Beach, announced the pur-
chase of the camp last month.
Merkos is the central organiza-
tion of Jewish education for the
Lubavitcher movement.
The camp is located seven miles
from Deland and is situated on 48
i res of what was formerly the
-Millionaires Club.
What will be the only summer
k -her camp in the Southeastern
-ion of the country is scheduled
to open its doors for the first time
in June for eight weeks of camp-
in,. Sports, arts and crafts and
Hebrew classes are on the sched-
ule with numerous other events
for the summer.
A special Kiddush and reception school, she also attends Palmetto interested in sports, and his hobby
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will Junior High. is sailing.
A dinner reception in Gail's1 The celebrant will be honored at
honor will be held at Westbrooke a Kiddush following the service and
Country Club. at a reception Saturday evening
Guests will include Mrs. Molly at his home.
Mellow, of Chicago, the celebrant's ...
grandmother. Irvin Friedman
Bar Mitzvah of Max Irvin. son
Karen Raben of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Friedman, will
Rabbi Harold Richter and Cantor be celebrated at Beth David Con-
Zamora Club
Eyes First Meet
Rabbi Hershel Brooks announces
.a the first meeting of the newlj
janized Talis and Tefillin Club
. Temple Zamora has been sched
i Vd for Sunday. Mar. 1. 9 a.m.
Member- of the club. Bar Blitz-
i Btudents Of 1%3 and 1964. will
end Sunday services with the
mple Brotherhood, as well as
the. Brotherhood monthl* break
-t.
Present membership include!
pert Leavitt. Edward Linker.
H ward Manholf. Mark Pollack..
'! illy Roisman, Zadik Shapiro. Don
lerman, Jay Lefkowitz and
Howard Singer.
Folk singer and Cantor Mor-
decai Yardeini will conduct
the Passover Seders at the
DiLido Hotel on Mar. 27 and
28, with catering under the
supervision of the Sirkin
Family Enterprises. Cantor
Yardeini, who has just return-
ed horn a concert tour of
Europe and Soviet Russia, is
famed for his interpretation
of Jewish lituigical music, as
well as Israeli folk songs. His
compositions have been sung
by such eminent cantors as
Mordechai Hershman, Moshe
Koussevitsky and Leibele
Waldmar.
Accent on Belgian endive at
Victor Bidone's de Continent-
al Restaurant. Sampling the
.ourmet's delight are (left to
right) Roger Cous'ry, agricul-
tural attache of Belgium;
Mrs. Bidone, of the de Conti-
ental; Mrs. Paul M. Bruun;
and Consul of Belgium Frank
Sterch.
Encyclopedia
Exec To Visit
It/hak .1 Carmin Karpman, ex-
ecutive vice president of the ten-
volume Encyclopedia Judaica, will
i)( in Miami from Feb. 21 to 26 to
meel uith top leaders ol the Great
11 Miami community.
Educated 111 universities in this
country. Europe and Israel. Dr
Karpman, who has specialized in
economics, social science and his-
tory, has been an organizing force
:r, the Encyclopaedia Judaica since
its beginning in 1959.
The late Gov. Herbert II Leh-
man, of New York, was firsl
founder ol the Encyclopedia Ju
laica
The encyclopedia will comprise
more than six million words and
1 illustrations and art repro
uctions covering a total ol 5.000
12 Candidates Wi?l
Be Initiated
Twelve candidates in waiting
'.ill be initialed into the rank ol
squire at the next regular meel
ng of the George Gershwin
Knights of Pythias 1 dgc on Mon-
lay, 7:3d p.m.. at Hibiscus Tern
pie. loth St. an,I Alton Rd.
Following the business meeting,
Jack I. SandJfiX, lecturer and
world traveler, will show films and
relate interesting experiences of
his globe-circling tours.
Ladies' Auxiliary, which will
meet the same evening at 8 p.m..
will join the Knights for the pro-
gram.
A collation and social hour will
follow Fred Zeiger is chancellor
commander.
be held at the Academy immedi-
ately following the services.
Rae Epstein
Bas Mitzvah of Rae, daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. Morris Epstein,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. Feb. 22. at Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Rae is in the eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where
she serves as vice president of her
Home Room and president of the
class Social Club. She is a member
of USY. Drama Club. Spanish
Club. Girls Athletic League, and
Debs
Mr and Mrs. David Epstein and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Armel. Rae's
grandparents, will be here for the
occasion.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at
the Seville Hotel.
Gall Mellow
Gail, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jay Mellow, will become Bas Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Feb 22.
at Beth S h i 1 a h Congregation.
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Her
man Gottlieb iil officiate.
An honor student ol the religious
Jack Lerner will officiate at the
Bas Mitzvah of Karen Raben dur-
ing Friday evening services. Feb.
21, at Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Karen is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Raben.
An honor student in the seventh
grade at Norland Junior High, the
celebrant attended B'nai Raphael
Religious School for the pasl eight
years.
An Oneg Shabbat following ser-
vices will be hosted l>\ the Bas
Mitzvah's parents
Richard Newman
Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple F.mami-KI. will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Joel
P. Newman, on Saturday morning.
Feb. 22, at the Temple.
Richard is in the seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior llij:h and plays
cornet in the school band. He is
negation on Saturday. Feb. 22.
A. seventh grader at Ponce De
I eon Junior High, he enjoys read-
ing, building models, and fishing
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony
Gary Meekler
Saturday morning services, Feb' '
22. conducted by Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald at Southwest Jewish Center.
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Gary Meekler.
An eighth grade student at Kin-
loch Park Junior High. Gary has
been attending the Center's Re-
ligious School for the past two
years.
Parents of the celebrant, Mr
and Mrs. Abraham Meekler. will
honor their son at the Kiddush Col
lowing the ceremony, and at a re-
ception Saturday evening in their
home at 300 NW 5tith Ave.
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Friday. February 21. 1964
*Jm4sl> mfrrkiitori
rabies Couple
rive $25C00U
o Hebrew Univ.
Paqe 15-E
and Mrs. Loujs B. Rudnick,
Coral Cables, announced a gift
mid to the Hebrew timer
fy (if Jerusail in at an inaugura
ncheon ol the society of Founders
i Monday at the Fontainebleau
Rudnick is national executive
i e president of the Zionist or-
inization of America, lie is also
tive in the Israel Investors'
irp and State of Israel Bonds.
member of the board of the
utii Florida Division of the
nerican Friends of the Hebrew
liversity, Rudniek also present-
Mi intormal talk on Israel tol-
ling his visit last summer.
Plaques an.I certificates were
arded to seven of the more than
founders present from Los An-
le-. Peoria, Philadelphia, New
irk. Chicago and other cities. A
rtificate was given by Ambassa- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick (left), of Coral Gables announce
r Comay to Dr. and Mrs. Philip gift of S25.000 to Hebrew University at a Society of Founders
i and Chi- luncheon on Monday in the Fontainebleau Hotel Lookinq
on are Ambasador Michael Comay, of Israel, and Lionel
R. Bauman (right), president of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
LfcGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU- T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID-
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No. 64C 1903
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Present at the luncheon were lo-
founders Mr. and Mrs. Charles
larcowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S.
jpick, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif-
|i and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
lawd PrOVUS is also a founder
lom Greater Miami.
Program also included Ambassa
it Michael Comay. Knesset Mem-
it Arich Alt man and Mrs. Joan
pomay.
Lionel R, Bauman, national pies
t of the Friends, and Samuel
jothberg, national vice president,
1 -ted that "expansion of the
Iresent attendance of oxer 9.000
(ttldents to a possible 15.OOO as
1 ell as development of increased
facilities for research and study
In vital to the growth of Israel."
City National Will Mortgage to be Burned
Bllild AHdltlOn At "lc inclusion of I'lirim -erv-
*%. nuumwii jC(,s condllcted bv Rev Camor
City National Bank of Miami has Sadi Nahmias at Sephardic Jewish
awarded a Si 1 million dollar con- Center on Wednesday evening, a
trait for the construction of a six- mortgage-burning ceremony will
story addition to its downtown Mi- be held in the Social Hall" Sam
ami banking headquarters to Arkin Gorman, past president of the
'ulfstream Will
>pen Mar. 4
Building Corp.
Announcement of the contract
award was made by City National event,
lioard Chairman Leonard L. Abes-,
who said preliminary work would
start in February.
Completion of the additional
floors, scheduled for December,
will bring the City National Bank
building at 25 \V. Flagler St to 12
-tones. The design by
sephardic Jewish Center. Long
Beach, N. V".. is chairing the
Maxwell House
Tops in Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee, long a
Architect lavon,c m Jewish homes, is the
A. Herbert Mathes conforms to the Perfect beverage to top off your
Opening of the 43-day horse race contemporary styling of the pres-Purim holiday dinners. The mak-
Jnceting at Gulfstream Park Mar ent building. The Flagler Street crs of Mwwe|| House are old
will have more than usual sig-j front windows will be laced with hands m tnc ;irt of bicndinu eof
pcance this season. Gulfstream, a decorative gold anodked alum- fcC- and the rcsults of manv vears
p addition to staging its regular inum sun screen.
features, has installed the Twin ----------------------
puble and has set aside a section
its stands where a reduced ad-
|i.ssion of $1 will prevail.
pyes of the turf world and all
Florida will be on Gulfstream
New Art Gallery
On Normandy Isle
of perfecting the best possible
blend is apparent with your first
sip.
Mother will want to keep a fresh
pot on the stove so that when the
holiday cooking is done and the
A new Art Gallery featuring con-
see what effect these measures temporary European and American Hamantaschcn are cooling by the
s a vastly increased stakes and rtists is now open at 1129 71st St.. wmdow. she can relax with a good
e distribution, will have on the Normandy Isle. CUP conee.
ndance and mutuel figures. In aJdition to a wide selection Then late at night, when the
results may well set a pattern Of fine oil paintings and water last guest is gone and the chil-
Mirrer Yeshiva's
Rabbi Kalmanowitz
Dies Here on Beach
Rabbi Abraham Kalamanowitz,
eminenl dean of Mirrer Yeshiva I:
Central Institute, died at Ml Sinai /.
Hospital on Feb. 15 alter a brief whleii >im hav,
lllnosc isitf 1 il I'll'
"""* I >..i. i I i.rlda, to in.- Cm
A winter Visitor from Brooklvn "' ivmnty, nnd fil.
V V II,., -|.,nrU ...LI I mill .....IllllieU .irtVd
W. jr., the 72-year-Old rabbi live.; s. ,.,. ,.. ,.
here with his wife, Minna, at 900 tht-ir -ii -- In tin. 'o
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ucean Dr. He is also survived by ..,,. T...... n,|, ,..
three sons and three daughters I i.......
Services and bur.al were in "'/LX."".'.'"'^.....! KI.....ta. ,
ftew York on Monday, with River- da) K-in
side Memorial Chapels jn charge
locally.
Rabbi Kalmanowitz was one of
the outstanding leaders of Ortho-
dox Jewry, both on the European
scene before the Second World
War and then in America when he
succeeded in transplanting the en
tire Rabbinic School, known as the
Mirrer Yeshiva, to the United
States in 1945.
While still a very young man. he H"*l *'X >' iiHAMTZkfl.
was appointed, in 1911. to the rab ''"'",
binic pulpit of Rockov, Russia, in HIUXFY tiHAI.lTZRU,
1927. His outstanding talents were ""'"notice to appear
again recognized by his election T> sii-.vkv m: \i.it/i:i:
to the presidency of the Mirrer ^^"s^ySI
Rabbinical Semnarv. Vui" ARK HKISKBY notified h
With the appearance and growth fo^K! [Z, '-SiTi
of the Hitler regime, and realizing iiuiri i -- > raw '"
the danger to the Seminary, he r^'mil:,.'' VX'*?^"*!.
reached Stockholm and then sailed -in < '-'it iim --- iv i hi sn-<
for America where he succeeded KnauV''^' 'In at*oW
in having the British represents- <.r iiu :-,-.. \ -t> i-.:
tive in Lithuania certify the en- "; ;"/;".
tire student body as Polish citi |>I m ri I....... t\i'l l>. i......
/en- and then secure transit per- ^XrSi^^
mits to Japan. In the interim, ad- imii m Mis rminiy. i In i.
ditional scholars attached them- i: i: i.k \tiii-:i:.\i \.\
selves to the school, and eventu im.i.- i'ount>. Klorhlii
ally 3.000 reached Japan and ulti- "" '^ PKl.AXi-
mately Shanghai, where they ji.-
stayed lor 1 lie war years.
in 1945. he brought the entire FICT^o5i KaBIIaw
school to the Cnited States and Stirit'K is MKKKUY r.iviSN o i
reestablished it as one of the mosl -1-,,.. d<-Mrinii t.. ..-.
, .in l.u-.n.-- lin-l r Hi.- llt'tlllnUh liaim
important rabbinic colleges in ., KKAt'Ht'iiMUKK rtAK m sn
America miwt, Miami lii-m-li, intend* u>
. -.:-.[.! n., \,ili ih, i -|, .-
During the war years, he spear- .-",,,i; ,-,,,,,: ,., n.,,;,. .-......,: n, ..
headed the rescue of many rab- ,da pickrbi
I binic leaders, and met with Presi- sTi-:rin:\ K k :ssi.ij:
'dent Roosevelt in the White House. :v,!.Vs"'u fJ"',sV""""
In 1948. in addition to his nor- ::: --.-
nial duties as president of Mirrer ,N THE county judges court
College he went to Morocco, where in and for dade county.
. e u i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
he founded a network of schools No 62152-a
and brought back a select group i in: i:-t;.i. '
to be trained in the Cnited States.
Later they returned to their native
land.
tuture racing in the state.
colors, the collection also features dren are all tucked in bed. Mother
rustically, Gulfstream is in a rouP ,lf imported prints.
ler position than ever. Not only
it offer such tup events as the
stream Park Handicap < Mar.
The gallery is owned and oper-
ated by Isi and Stephanie Gluck-
man who have included an
|^fe' I Florida Derby (Apr. 4), supplv department for amateur.
each itli $100,000 added, but two professional and hobby painters.
-takes adorn the schedule To round out a complete art truly '"at home" by serving them
with eight other old ones service, they do custom picture Maxwell House, the coffee that's
ir late-season features. framing, matting and gold leafing, uood to the last drop.ST.
and Father can keep the holiday
glow alive by chatting over their
final cup of Maxwell House Cof-
art fee-
So at Purim, and all year
through, make your guests feel
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[Piesiden* Norton Pallot announced that
ial opening of the 12th store will co-
ith a one-week sale marking the 40th
sary of the company's fast-growing
m>n in South Florida. Norton Tire Com-
mMi
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ler. The 3.0C0 sg. ft. structure was dt
ed by Architect William B. Thompson, of Ak-
ron, O. On hand at the opening Sunday will
be clowns, a real elephant, and there will be
free circus rides for the children. The new
branch will stay open Monday through Fri-
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JeWlSh FlOridian To Highlight Yeshiva Univ.
IvLcmi, Florida, Friday. February 21, 1964
Section C
Graduate School of Science
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JACK POPICK
LCO ROBINSON
JACK CANTOR
DUO AMONG PERSONS MAKING PLANS
Top Leaders Gathered in Miami
To Coordinate National Meetings
Many of American Jewry's
fi n-most leaders arc gathered in
South Florida to coordinate plans
ii r national meetings of Yeshiva
University and its Belfer Grad-
School of Science.
Included in those working with
Max J. Etra, chairman of Tues-
day's dinner at the Sterling
l honoring University Pres-
ident Samuel Belkin, and Joseph
M Mazer, chairman of the Sun-
i aj afternoon reception at the
Fontainebleau, are the follow-
ing:
Abraham (Al) Borman
prominent communal leader and
. hairman of the Borman Food
-lures, operators oi Pood Fair
Markets in Detroit. He has been
a member of the Board of Tru-
teea of Yeshiva University since
1060.
Borman is a leading figure in
Detroit's civic and philanthropic
life. Me Is co-chairman of the
Allied Jewish campaign of De-
troit's Jewish Welfare Founda-
tion and a past president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit.
He is also a director of the De-
troit Home for the Aged, United
Hebrew Schools, Detroit Service
Croup, the United Foundation
and a leader in numerous other
endeavors.
Borman has been honored by
many communal groups, and in
1960. received the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Award al the annual uni-
versity dinner of the Detroit
community.
Sol Furstpresident and
chairman of the board of the
Circle Wire and Cable Corpora-
tion in Maspeth, Long Island.
He was elected to the Board of
Trustees of Yeshiva University
in 1955.
Furst has compiled an outstand-
ing record of leadership in phi-
lanthropic and communal under-
takings, both in Long Island and
nationally. He is honorary pres-
ident and a director of the
Queens Jewish Center. Forest
Hills, and has been an active
supporter of the United Jewish
Appeal. American Red Cross.
Federation of Jewish Philan
thropies and many other such
organizations.
A dinner at the Sterling Hotel
Tuesday night and a reception
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Sunday afternoon will highlight
a series of national gatherings
in Miami Beach for Yeshiva Uni-
versity and its rapidly-growing
Belfer Graduate School of
Science.
Dr. E. R. Piore, vice presi-
dent for all scientific research
of International Business Ma-
chines Corp.. will be honored at
the 4:30 p.m. reception Sunday
ut the Fontainebleau, at which
Arthur B. Belfer will be pres-
ent.
Dr. Abe Gelbart, dean of the
Belfer Graduate School of
Science, will also take part in
the gathering, which will serve
to introduce one of the world's
fastest growing science centers
to American and Canadian Jew-
ry.
Joseph M. Mazer, a member
ot the board of trustees of Ye-
shiva University, is serving as
chairman of the reception. Abra-
ham (Al) Borman. of Detroit,
also a trustee of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, is co-chairman.
Three outstanding Greater
Miami leaders for the nation's
first and largest university un-
der Jewish auspices, Leo Rob-
inson, J. A. Cantor and Jack S.
Popick. were designated by
Mazer as chairman of the Host
Committee.
Max J. Etra. chairman of the
Board of Trustees, is chairman
of Sunday's Sterling Hotel din-
ner, which will fete Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, on his 21st anniversary
as president.
Drs. Piore and Gelbart are
considered among America's
foremost scientists. Each man
is an expert in the latest tech-
nique* of scientific research and
its applications to today's ultra-
modern sciences which were
mere dreams three decades ago.
DR. SAMUEL EtLKIN
SIX SCIENTISTS
Six additional prominent
scientists have been appoint-
ed members of the Scientific
Advisory Council at Yeshiva
University's Belfer Graduate
School of Science, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Abe Gelbart,
dean. They are:
Dr. Herbert M. Katzin, rii-
rector, Eye-Bank Research
Laboratory.
Dr. Willis E. Lamb Jr..
Professor of Physics. Yale
University.
Dr. Karl Meyer. Professor
of Biochemistry. Columbia
University
Dr. D e a n e Montgomery,
mathematician and pro-
fessor. Institute for Ad-
vanced Study.
Dr. Abraham Pais. nuclear
physicist and prolessor. In-
stitute for Advanced Study.
Dr. Atle Selberg. mathe-
matician and prolessor, In-
stitute lor Advanced Study.
a
THE HORATIO ALGER STORY OF A DEDICATED HIGHER EDUCATOR
Dr. Samuel Belkin: His Meteoric Rise From
Instructor in Greek to President of a University
ABRAHAM BORMAN
SOt fURST
Dr. Samuel Belkin, a distin-
guished scholar, author and edu-
cator, is in his 21st year as head
of America's oldest and largest
university under Jewish au-
spices.
As president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, Dr. Belkin has brought a rich
background ot scholarship to the
school, acquired first in two
traditional centers of Jewish
learning in Europe ana later in
two of America's great univer
sitiesHarvard and Brown.
Dr. Belkin's rise to promi-
nence in higher education was
underscored in 1957, when he was
one of six college presidents se-
lected by the U.S. State Depart
ment to tell the Russian people
about the purposes of American
higher education in America."
the Russian language publication
issued by the U.S. Information
Agency in the Soviet Union.
When he came to the United
States in 1929 at the age of 18.
Dr. Belkin could speak Polish.
Yiddish an.l Hebrewbut no
English. Nevertheless he was
determined to continue his Stud-
ies and in 1934. after mastering
the English language, he enroll
ed at Harvard. The following
year he received an honorary
fellowship to Brown, where he
received the Phi) degree in 1935
and was elected to Phi Bela Kap-
pa.
In the fall of the same year,
he was appointed an instructor
in Greek at Yeshiva College
The next year, he also became
an instructor in Talmud at the
university's Rabbi Isaac Elchan
an Theological Seminary. Rising
swiftly through the academic
ranks, he was named secretary
of the faculty at the newly-or-
ganized Graduate School, now
Bernard Revel Graduate School.
in 1937.
In 193J. he was appointed a
member of the Executive Com-
mittee ol Yeshiva College which,
because of a vacancy in the dean-
ship, exercised the policy-mak-
ing functions of that office. He
was named a full professor in
1940. With the death that year
of Dr. Bernard Revel, founder
and first president of Yeshiva
College, and head of the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary, Dr. Belkin was named
dean of the Seminary and mem-
ber of t'le seven-man Executive
Board which exercised presiden-
tial functions pending the elec-
tion of a successor.
On May 25, 1943. Dr. Belkin.
not yet 32 years old. was elect
ed president. Immediately he
began a broad academic and
physical expansion program. The
lirst major act in this program
i .1. the granting of university
status to Yeshiva by the State
Board of Regents on November
it;. 1945.
Since then the university's
growth has continued at an ever
increasing pace.
I)r Belkin has been accorded
numerous honors and tributes
and has been singled out on many
occasions by groups representing
all denominations for his out-
standing contributions to Ameri-
as president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, he received an honorary de-
can life. In June 1958. on the
occasion of his 15th anniversary
gree from Brown University, his
alma mater.
Dr. and Mrs. Belkin (the for-
mer Abby Polesie) reside in New
York City. He is the father >!
two childrena daughter. Mrs
Linda Schuchalter of Monsey.
N.Y.. and a son. Salo Maurice ol
Israel.
Dr. Peter G. Bergmann, chairman ol the Department ol Physics
at the Belter Graduate School of Science at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, spent five years at the Institute for Advanced Study.
Princeton, as a research assistant to the late Prof. Albert
Einstein.


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*JenIsti n-DrSdHrum
Friday, February 21
Jcscph Mazer to Chair
Reception Here In Behalf
Of Yeshiva's Grad Scfod
Joseph If. Mazer is serving as
chairman of the reception in be-
half of the Belter Graduate
School of Science of Yeshiva Uni-
versity on Feb. 23 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, which honors
Dr. E. R. Piore, vice president
for all scientific research of In-
MAX 1. ETRA
ternational Business Machines
Corp.
Mazer, treasurer of the Hud-
son Pulp and Paper Corp.. New
York City, is an outstanding
communal leader who has been
a member of the Board of Trus-
tees of Yeshiva University since
1950.
He is a national chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, treas-
urer of the American Frien.is
of the Hebrew University, and
deputy chairman of the univer-
sity's Board of Governors. He
is also a director of the Jewish
National Fund and one of the
leaders of the State ol Israel
Bond drive.
Mazer served as chairman of
Yeshiva University's year-long
75th anniversary celebration dur-
ing the 1961-62 academic year.
He is a veteran of World War
I and a graduate of New York
University, and was awarded the
honorary degree of Doctor of
Humane Letters by Yeshiva Uni-
versity in 1960. He and mem-
bers of his family are among the
leading philanthropists in Jew Ish
life.
HE'S CHAIRMAN OF BOARD
Max Etra to be Chairman
Of Dinner for Dr. Belkin
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
Board of Trustees of Yeshiva
University, will serve as chair-
man of the dinner honoring Dr.
Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva Univer-
sity president, Feb. 25 at the
Sterling Hotel.
Etra, a New York attorney and
communal leader, has served as
chairman of the board of Ameri-
ca's oldest and largest univer-
sity under Jewish auspices since
December, 1953.
He also was one of the found-
ers of the Albert Einstein Col-
lege of Medicine, and has served
on its Board of Overseers since
its inception.
Long identified with leading
local, national and international
religious, educational, health and
welfare organizations. Etra has
gained nationwide recognition
A LONG DAY
Yeshiva Universit) h a s
America's hardest working
undergraduates
These students, young men
at Yeshiva College and young
women at Stern College for
Women, at'.cnd classes from
9 a.m. to 7 p.m., on most
days, have labs as late as 10
p.m. once or twice a week.
and also attend classes on
day.
They are in class about
twice as long as most col-
students.
These long hours are nec-
essary because Yeshiva Uni-
versity has a unique program
which combines religious
sturlies with a liberal arts
and science education of the
highest quality. During the
m rning hours the students
attend classes in Jewish law.
r< ligion, literature and cus-
In the afternoon and
evenings, they attend class
1 to prepare for careers in
biology, economics, English,
history, mathematics, phi-
losophy, political science.
psychology, sociology, and
many other fields.
for his active furtherance of Jew-
ish and American lite.
Elra is president of Congrega-
tion Kehilath Jeshurun, one of
the largest and most influential
sjnagogues in the country. He
is past president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America.
Vice president of Beth Israel
Hospital, New York, Etra is a
member of the National Council
of the Boy Scouts of America,
and on the executive committee
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board. Etra was associate chair-
man of the American Jewish
Tercentenary Committee and
serves on the boards of the Jew-
ish Education Committee of New
York and of the Ramaz School.
Yeshiva University, now in its
76th year, comprises 17 schools
and divisions located at four
main teaching centers In New
York City. More than 5.200 men
and women are pursuing a wide
variety oi undergraduate, grad-
uate and professional studies m
liberal arts and sciences and
Jewish learning, These programs
lead to 19 different degrees and
diplomas.
Behind the Belfer Sdrosl:
Nation's Increased Need
For Science and Research
JOSEPH MAZER
The Belfer Graduate School of
Science at Yeshiva University
was founded in 1958 to help meet
the continuing and increasing
national need lor scientists, re-
searchers and science educa-
tors.
Members oi the faculty and
visiting lecturers have been re-
cipients of numerous awards,
grants and contracts from the
IS. Government for the support
THE SAGA OF ARTHUR BELFER
How a Polish Migrant
Endowed a Top Center
.
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be
itiot
atioi
inwi
\
s a
nt. a
Kill
n ,\
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or Al
A 56-year-old Polish immigrant
who came to the United States
penniless in 1939 gave Yeshiva
University S2 million to develop
its Graduate School of Science.
The donor. Arthur B. Belfer,
is president of the Belfer Foun-
dation and chairman of the board
and chiel execuive officer of the
Belco Petroleum Corp., New
York City. Belco is engaged in
the exploration, development and
operation of properties in Wyom-
ing. Utah, the Hocky Mountain
area and Peru.
Belfer is a member of the
Board of Trustees of Yeshiva
University.
The gift by the Heller Foun-
dation is being used by Ameri-
ca's oldest and largest univer-
sity under Jewish auspices to
expand its graduate programs in
mathematics and physics (theo
retical and experimental.
which were initiated in 1958.
In making the contribution.
Belfer explained that "1 can
think of no finer way to express
my gratitude to this country
than through higher education
The highest governmental of
ficials have stressed many times
over the great need tor training
more and better scientists if the
free world is to remain free. I
am grateful that I have been af-
forded the opportunity to ad-
vance this national goal.''
Founded in 1958. the school of-
fers programs in mathematics
and physics leading to the Ma-
ter 0l Arts and Doctor ot Phi-
losophy decrees and prepares
qualified college graduates for
careers in scientific research
ami teaching, it 1- located in
temporary quarters at 601 \\
183rd St., adjacent to the uni-
versity's Main (enter Dr Abe
Gelbarl is dean. I Itimateh it
will form a part oi -, new Mid
town center on Manhattan's West
Side.
Belfer wa- Inn; in Vodzislai
Poland, la) 30, 1907 On his
way to America in S ptember
1939 on ., busine trip,
out while ho was still ab.
ship, making 1,.. p0li>h mone>
valueless, lie had to bort
live dollars to get off Kin- 1.
land His 1 imily joined him in
1!''-'- He became an Am. 1
citizen in 1946.
Settling m Brooklyn, he start
ed his meteoric rise soon aft. r
h" arnva' "I"'" ho entered the
leather and down business in
1:,; ''" established Ih, Belfer
Corp to manufacture sleeping
''-' for the armed forces .,,,,1 ,
'"J i"'::;'l"'li out into the foam
rubber business.
, l!' '"' the oil business in
\ l952 ''' I year
corporation's stock has been list-
ed on the New York stock Ex-
change since June 7. 1962.
Mr. Belfer is vice president of
the Sutton Place Synagogue
WEIGHING THE
M.'LKY WAY
"Weighing the Milky Way.'
the luminous expanse of dis-
tant star- which s t r e t eh
across the heavens, is becom-
ing a reality through the re-
search efforts of Dr. Leon
Landovitz, an Associate Pro-
fessor ot Phj sics at Yeshiva
University's Belter Graduate
School ot science,
Dr. Landovitz. a 31-year-
old physicist, is currently ex-
panding his research theory
which was developed three
year- ago by utilizing the in-
formation e.uried by radio
waves which is led into elec-
tronic computers, This tar
reaching project of Dr. Land-
ovitz. which he started when
he was associate I with the
Brookhaven National Labo-
ratories, will aid in master-
ing celestial -pace
of theoretical and exper
research. Among the
government agencies ba\
the U.S. Air Force,
Science Foundation.
Aeronautics and Space \
tiation and the Office
Research.
The school's achievem. 1
standards, to a major exte
due to an outstanding f
Under the direction of D
Gelbart, a mathematics-
merly from the Institute :
vanced Study at Princetoi
School has attracted to r
ulty a number of world
ed scientists.
Among the visiting 1 t
are Dr. Deane Mont
president of the Amerii ,
ematical Society; and Dt
Selberg and Dr Jesse
w inners of the Fields I':
highest international a
mathematics.
Two recent faculty
nients will have signifi.
ing on the future devi
ot the School. Pro! I'.
mann, the worid-famou<
ity on relativity theorv
nl Albert Einstein's el' s.
iates, has become chail -.m I
the Physics Department Nob
Laureate Paul Dirae. fr. can
bridge University, Englai an
"I the 20th century's : -".1 nt
ing scientists, will al-'
faculty in September. 1%)
The Belfer Graduate S
Science now enters a ne
of development, in or
achieve its fullest DOt.
service to science, education, .
dustry, government and 'lie .^
tional community, a pr igru
has been drawn up by V-hivi
University to construct a I i -ton
S15 million Science Center .a n
main campus in Washingtot
Heights
The new Center will make pos
sible the expansion oi irrcnl
programs, the addition of DM
faculty, and the intensificatiw
of research relating to -iicl
areas as astrophysics, nucleal
energy, pure matheni v
computers.
:ner
Ma
At
Ugl|
p t

. :

ARTHUR B. BELfER
pivi Bnd 1......' wtober,
del nf I16"08 nter Ye8hiva University, a S15.000.000 a*,
meetinn .k reP**nt a significant contribution toward
educno, Jna"0n'S Ui9ent need ,or hiqhly-trcuned s:.ence
aucatoxs and scientists lor industry and research.


Friday, February 21, 1964
+JmM> fhricfihtrj
. A Rabbinic View cf Child Adoptt
Page 3-C
whoever raises a clnld is consid- ;iii concerned. Adoption per
nod the same as it he had given
By RABBI SAMUEL j. FOX The Nazu tablets Of Ih
li adop'ion considered permissi-
ble, according to Jewish tradi-
tion
Adopting children is a very old
ehi I ell
less couples would
iUH birth It. the child. What must be
clearly understood is the fact that conJmendable- provided the nat-
of|en .lew.sh tradition never allowed: ""!,. ![*" .{ "' chi,d '
Amarna period, whici corresponds adorn h.ir r, ,,he Klon,l,v "' n;i,'"--> par- nilM"V'1- '"" k,'pl on Permanent
to the age of our Patriarchs Abra h! L ""W ""' '"'" "Dra Abraham adopted Kliezer his ser ra ": ""' <:l RnrfTlsaac and .Tacou. coitai vant when he had no ehiidr Th'8 da'a musl ilhvav- '"' **" thm al"1' '">' ?implica-
many descriptions of the [act tha Th ti.,.. i u cnuaren. matter of record so as to keep the tions which can he taken care of
ine laimuel has written that; facts straight for the benefit oi to protect the child an new parents
thus not only permissible, but
PURIM...
THE DAY
THE QUEEN
DRESSES UP

GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE
It's Purim timeso let's get on with the party.
Dress up clothes for the little queens. Grog-
gers for the little Hamen chasers. And for
the grownupscheering Maxwell House
Coffee. Plenty of it-Instant or Regular-the
best loved coffee in Jewish homes.
Maxwell House Coffee
Good to the last drop!
, I | | \l
INSTAM
Maxwell
house
COFFEJ
iXWELl
HOUSE
COFFK*
K
ON THE LABEL
MEANS KOSHER
.
Cartrfiad Koahar and Parva by
RaaMa Hatach Kohn and Barnard Lay


?age 4-C
*Jewistncridiain_
Gen. Evans Elected UF President
At Fund's Seventh Annual Meeting
United Fund's 1964 officers who will lead this year's cam-
paign are (from lef* standing) James R. Brumby, vice presi-
dent; John R. Ring, chairman of the board; William D. Singer,
vice president. Seated are Gen. E. A. Evans, president, and
Mrs. William O. Mehrtens, secretary. Two other board of-
ficers are Wilbur L. Morrison, vice president, and Charles
L. Clements Jr., treasurer.
1963 Campaign Chairman Gen.
E A Evans was elected presi-
dent at the recent l-mwrr-Fund>
seventh annual meeting m the
Assembb Room of the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Evans, former .Miami City Man
ager spearheaded last years cam-
paign. Which was the most sue-
cessful in Dacle's United Fund
historv. It marked the first time
in seven years that the community
went over the S3.000.000 mark
Elected with Evans were six
other board ofticers. three honor-
ary chairmen of the board. 18 trus-
tees, and 250 annual members.
The three honorary chairmen
of the board are John S. Knight,
McGregor Smith and Comer J.
Kimball. A certificate presented
to each of them reads, "In per-
petual recognition for his many
years of voluntary efforts and
devoted leadership in the best
interests of the people of Dade
County."
Newly elected 19(i4 board O-ffi
Brotherhood Fete
At Emanu-E!
In honor >! Brotherli.....1 Week.
the Brotherhood ol Temple En
V.\ in v it e d n ml i
- club ol the Miam
Communits Church t" bi
on Monday i'":in; in S
al tin' Temple,
Pi- Irving Lehrman, sp
leader ol Temple Emai
Dr. R. Wiley Scott, minister "t
Miami Beach Community Church,
joined in a dialogue discussion.
Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Emanu-
El. presented appropriate mus-
ical selections accompanied by
the music director of the Miami
Beach Community Church, Her
bert Hooper.
President of the Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-El, Michael
Sossin, and program chairman, Harold J. Segal, discuss pro-
graming with Dale K. Hovey, Miami Beach Community
Church Men's Club president, and Kenneth Paul, program
chairman. Highlight of the program Monday at the Temple
consisted of a "Dialogue-Discussion" between Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, and Dr. R. Wiley Scott. Min-
uter of the church. Highlighted was the national observance
of Brotherhood Week.
Cers are John R. Ring, chairman
,, the hoard; Evans. James R.
BWmby, Wilbur \. Morn-im-und
William I) Singer, vice presi-
dents; Mrs William <> Mehrtens,
secretary; and Charles I., dem-
ents Jr., treasurer.
Thirteen trustees reelected to
three-year term, "ere Dr. Julius
Alexander, Alfred H. Daniels,
Robert II File, Richard C Fuller-
ton Mis John C Harrison, Jaj i
K.s'lak. James I. Knight. John It
Hint; William I). Singer. Leonard
.! spring, l.ee A. Tatel. Mitchell
Wolfson and J. Luckett Yawn Jr.
Three new trustee- elected to
three-year terms were Atwood
Dunwody, Mrs. M Leu is Mall Jr..
and William L. Pallot.
Two trustees elected to complete
vacant terms expiring in 1963 and
1965 are Sidney I) Ansin and II II
Bassett.
The 250 annual members elected
were selected from among thou
sands o( Dade citizens who con-
tributed meritorious services dur
in- the pasl v
The luncheon meeting was pre-
sided over by outgoing prosident,
John R. Ring, v.ho reported on
the highlights of the 1963 cam-
paign. Last year Uritd Fund
reached a total of $3,046,085, or
101 2 percent of the S3,008,8j8
'
leers w
lal
i
lie ,,ii> I litl
..
-. nil Health Servici Foun
major mill lot e in local determi-
nation to hive common sense in
fund-raising
He said, "Contributors may now
support an all inclusive medical
research and health services pro-
gram with one annual yilt. We
have, hopefully, shifted
Friday, February 21, 1964
Qualifies for Round Table
Harry Levy. 350 Lincoln Rd., has
qualified for membership in the
"Leading Producer's Round
Table." He is the only resident
of Dade County to win the award
tor health insurance for the sev-
enth consecutive year. Levy is
pasl president of the South Flor
Ida Association of Health Under
writers, an affiliate of the In-
ternational Association of Health
Underwriters.
Purim Program
By Acad. Women
A Purim program was pre
sented by the Hebrew Academy
Women at their last general meei
ing on Wednesday. 1 p.m., at th,
Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Leonard
Rosen, president, has announced
The meeting was opened with a
business session, during which re
ports on activities of the group
were given. Mrs. Jack Gerson.
yearbook chairman. announced
results of the luncheon held in
honor ol Mrs Harry Genet last
month
Mis \i ii Rosenhouse, mem
bcrship chairman. announci
;,ll new life members who havi
joined the group since the i
bcrship brunch. Mrs Joseph S
brick chairman, sel
plans for the annual brick
i'.ii 'i In : and No.f," a mu-
tt a pre
the organizal
gears
Harold J. Segal, program chair ;lain- from an outmoded method
man of Temple Emanu Els Broth ,0 morc n,0 erhood, announced he appoint
ed the following chairmen: host.
Sam Katz; greetings. Samuel Selt-
zer; telephone, Sidney Raymond.
Gale K. Hovey is president of
Miami Beach Community Church
Men's Club, and Michael Sossin is
president of
Brotherhood.
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, ot
th* Miami Catholic Diocese,
gave the invocation and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, o f Temple
Emanu-El, led the benediction.
JVS Launches Pilot Project For Young People
Individual and Group Guidance' includes Mrs. Gerald Soltz, chair-
Committee of Jewish Vocational; man> Sidney Efronson, Jerome G.
Service has initiated a survey of Greene. Maurice H. Hyman. Dr.
Miami youth to evaluate their vo-, Alan Jackson, Irvin W. Katz, Mrs.
ational needs. Sidney Lewis. Albert Quadow. and
Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg is voca-l jgrs. Sam Stark,
lional counselor at Jewish Voca-
tional Service Committee which The questionnaire is designed
Fred II. Billups served as chair-
Temple Bmanu-EI'sI man of the ten-man Nomination
Committee. Other members were
James R. Brumby, P. J. Cesarano,
', Preston M Collins. James I. Kel-
ler Jr.. William J Owens, and Wil-
liam H. Walker Jr.
Ex-officlo members were Wil-
liam C. Lantaff, Gen, Evans, and
John R. Ring.

OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVL0W
to find what the vocational goals
of youth are, how they expect
to attain them, and whether
they have a realistic picture of
their own assets and liabilities.
The questionnaire will be sent to
i other Jewish community agencies
to ascertain further suggestions
about the project, which is in its
pilot stage. Organizations which
have been contacted an' IS'nai
B'rith Youlh Organization, syna-
gogue groups. Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Greater Miami
YM and YVYHA.
In its final form, the question-
naire will be distributed to junior
and senior high school student-.
Talmud Classes
At Emanu-El
A class in Talmud is being con
| ducted at Temple Emanu-El ever)
Monday at :i p.m The class is
under the direction of Joshua Vd
lcr.
Strawberries Fly
From Fla. to UK
When the strawberry-fond Eng-
lish can'l gel the home-grown
varietj in winter, they import the
frail in large quantityfrom Flor
ida
At the mi mint British Over-
s' Airways imp each week
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Temple Ner Tamid congregants mr>et to discuss '.he Temple's
kickoff Mar. 8 banquet at ihe Fontaineblecu Hotel. 'The
sixth anniversary banguet will honor Louis Cchen, executive
vice president, and Mrs. Fannie Sklar as Man and Woman
of the Year. Shown are (patrons) Mr. and M-s. Louis Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein,
Col. and Mrs. Wm. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rest,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmeh'.er, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Munay A. Shaw, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Somer, Mrs. Sadie Trosky. Sponsors are Herman
Applebaum, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Baker, Mrs. Anna Corrsin,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Eig, Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Frank, Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mr. and Mrs.
David Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glczier, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs. Som
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klein-
man, Mrs. Pauline Korenvaes, Mr. and Mrs. David Krause,
Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lerer,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Menschel,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Miretzky, Harry Rapaport, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Raskin, Mr. and Mrs. Era Rosenfeld, Mrs. Louis Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel,
Dr. Melvin Simonson, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine C. Spear, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Taubman, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Zalis.
Florida JWV Forms Anti-Nazi Group
To Urge Genocide Confab Ratification
Dr. Isaac LTnl an addresses a meeting of the Judaic Study
Circle, a group dedicated to higher Jewish learning and to
the en'/ouran< nt of scholarship in the communi'.y. Left is
Lou hwart; in crcrpiing a copy of the new publication,
iboth," just published and edited by Dr. Isaac Unter-
mr -.. .\ is executive director of the Bureau of
lev:.-" 1 lucati
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designed by Architect William B.
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end service. Twelve branch
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Kej West to Ft Lauderdale.
Department of Florida Jewish
War Veterans of the US A. is lead-
ing a campaign launched here this
week to ur^e the United States to
ratify the Geneva Genocide Con
vent ion.
JWV has announced the forma
tion of an Anti-Nazi Committee,
with A. J. Marcus appointed Flor-
ida chairman.
"Th horror of the holocaust
in which six million human be-
ings lost their lives in the death
camps of Europe is still a vivid
memory," declared Emanuel
Mandel, Florida Department
JWV commander, on Wednesday.
I
"Yet all too soon there is a re
birth of the forces of evil which
launched both the second world
war and the holocaust."
Mandel and Marcus pointed to
"Australia and South Africa. Long
Island and New Jersey, "here cem-
eteries are desecrate I. places ol
worship detiled or bombed and
where, in Argentina, a young girl
was kidnaped and her body mark
ed with swastikas."
Declared the JWV officials: "In
the United States, the American
Nazi Party openly incites to geno-
cide, openly calls lor the estab-
lishment of gas chambers, openly
urges the extermination of 80 per
cent of the Jews of America and
the emasculation of the U. S. Con
stitution.
"Here, too, the American Naii
Party openly demands the depor-
tation of 18 million Negroes to
Africa."
To combat the trend, the Florida
JWV Anti-Nazi Committee on
Wednesday called for the conven-
ing of Christian and Jewish lead-
t is. white and colored, who would
join and support the committee
"for ratification of the Geneva
Genocide Convention."
The conference will take place
Sunday. Mar 15. at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Audi-
torium, 1235 Washington Ave., at
7 p.m. In charge of reservations
is Marcus at 1002 3rd St., Miami
Beach.
'Canada Day'
In Surfside
A lag*rolling comet in the i .>
ol the Community Center, an hou
ion- parade, headed by represi
tativcs ol the famed Canadian
"Mounties" and special displays i
all restaurants and business estah
lishments will feature "Canad
Day" in Surfside. Saturday, Fel
2J. A highlight of the day w,
be the presentation by ihe Roy;
Canadian Ballet Company th. ;
evening.
Prime Minister Lesti r Pearsi
has been invited by Mi yor sh -
nej King to visit Surfside that
daj. an I although the Canadia i
is current!} on a visit I
. indications are that I
will he unable to attend hut wi .
he represented by the Cam
Consul in New Orleans, who vi
present a Canadian flag to May<
K al noon in front ol the I
munity Center, following the p
rade.
Mayor King, Town Managi
Fred Bowen and Community Cei
ter Manager Francis Holzheimt
are acting as a special committt
in coordinating the program whic i
will start with the parade at II
a.m.. followed by the flag pres-
entation.
The alternoon proceedings wi I
i:c held around Ihe pool at th -
Community Center. Tentatn
plans call lor a "Miss Surl
beauty contest, with the winn
crowned Mis> Canada, who ha
been invited to attend, followed b
swimming exhibitions, a lo
iif: contest, and winding up wit'
ihe Ballet presentation in tl .
evening.
Fershkos Back
To Perform
Sarah l-'i rsliko. soprano, and
llayim Fershko, pianist-composer
have returned to Miami Beach
after a successful season at Gros-
singers, N. Y. and television ap-
pearances with Ed Sullivan.
The Fershkos, who specialize in
folk songs and ballads of Asia,
Europe and the Americas, will
again present their international
songs at concerts in this area.
Joseph W&ldman welcomed the
Fershkos at the airport on their
arrival last Friday.
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"The Crucible." which
Yves Montand. Simone Signon
Mylene Demongeol and Raj
Rouleau, is based on Arthur VI
ler s i xplosive drama ol
im, Mass., witch trials, ai la
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Sartre. This will be the si i
in a series of award winning liln
presented bv the Adult Cinema
Club.
Emanuel Tropp, associate
tor of the Greater Miami YM .
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announced by Mrs. Elaine Yon.
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Friday. February 21. 1964
Second Annual Golf Tournament Held
For Combined Jewish Appeal Here
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Members of the Life Insurance Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal mee*. in the Board Room of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to plan their drive in the annual campaign. Left
to right are (seated) Ira E. Mogul, Joseph Harvest and Fred
Sandier. Standing (left to right) are Harold Fessig, Fred Stone,
division co-chairman, and Theodore Levy. Also co-chaiimun
of the division but not shown is Marshall Wolper.
Making the Imperial House cocktail party, the first high-rise
apar'Tient function in the Residents Division for the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, an outstanding success
are (left to right) Sam Blank, host, 1964 CJA Campaign Chair-
man Dr. Irving Lehrman, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, host, and Carl
Weinkle, also a host.
Three leaders of the Apparel Group shown at a planning
meeting for a luncheon this week in behalf of the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Harry Mizrachi,
of King Cole, group chairman; John Serbin, of Serbin, Inc.,
honorary chairman; and Donald S. Lavigne, of Donald S.
Lavigne, Inc.
The second annual Westview
Country Club Goli Tournament and
stag Dinner on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
was lo take place at the club Thurs-
day Feb. 20. it was announced by
Dr. Norman S. Jatie. chairman ol
the event.
As-i-iinu Dr Jaffe in the all-day
program which consists of golf,
cocktails and dinner, followed by
cards, were Co-Chairmen David 1'
Catsman. Daniel L, Oilman and
Leonard A. Wien.
The shotgun tourney was to start
at i p.m., and ioo percent club
handicap was to be in force.
Dr. Jaffe announced every
member of the club, including
both golf and social member-
ships, was to be invited to join the
club's annual event on behalf of
the ole'est and largest philan-
thropy sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
"We were extremely proud ol
the tradition established at Wesl
view Country Club by last year's
inaugural tournament and dinner
on behalf ol Federation and Com
limed Jewish Appeal," Dr. Jaffe
.slated.
Members ol the committee plan-
ning the event with Dr. Jaffe and
the three cu chairmen were Leon
ard L. Abes Jacob M. Arvey. Ben
Blum. Michael Bright, Col. Dudlej
D. Brodie. Melvin .1. Cohen, Jack
L. Daner. Dr. Richard F Deutch
.Melvin Guterman and Isadorc
llecht.
Also Samuel F. Hillman, Ernest
Janis, Sidney Lefcourt, Joseph M
Lipton. Herbert Login, Harry
Schools Hold
CJA Rallies Here
Annual school Combined Jewish
Appeal rally was held re-
cently at Temple Ner Tarn
id. Daniel Heller, national com
mander of the Jeui>h War Vet
erans and chairman of the Speak
cr's Bureau of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, addressed the 500
school delegates expected.
Tova Ronni, knoun as the
'"Songbird of Israel." presented
a musical program for the >tu
dents. Winners of Jewish Nation
al Fund prizes were presented
with the annual .INF awards. The
delegates broke into three buzz
sessions at H a.m.
Chairing the first buzz session
on the United Jewish Appeal
was Jay Cassellhoff, of Temple
Israel, and president of the In-
terschool Keren Ami Council.
Neil Lefkove acted as mod-
erator and Sheldon Wengel, pub-
licity director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, acted
as consultant.
In the second buzz session on
national agencies. Scott Samet ol
Bed Torah Congregation, was
chairman, with Rebecca Hoodwin
acting as moderator. Robert For
nan, director of budget lor Fed
oration, served as consultant.
In the third session on local
agencies, ai Kaplan, of Beth Dav
Id, was chairman, with Stuarl
Marcus, of the Israelite Center act-
ing as recorder. Louis Schwartz
man. executive director of the
Bureau, served as consultant
The annual rally is sponsored In
the Interschool Keren Ami Coun
oil of the Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation which brings togethei
delegates of all Jewish schools on
a regular basis to discuss agencies
of the Jewish community. t gain
insights into their functions and
to determine distribution of the
lunds collected weekly in all Jew-
ish schools.
MarkOWitZ, Lawrence Marks. Ben
Matthews, Ferd S. -Meyer. Sidney
Meyer. Stanley C. Myers and A. J,
Molasky. .....
Also David Phillips, Harold Hani,
M fj Seymour Rubin, Herbert N.
Schwarz, John N Serbin, Bernard
Siderman, I......s B Spitzer, S I
Taylor, Herbert ll. Tenenbom,
Carl Weinkle and William A Wein-
traub.
Feinberg Slated
At Westview
Abraham Feinberg was lo be
guest speaker at the second annual
Westview Country Club stag din-
ner and golf tournament co-spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, accord;'., to Dr
Norman S. Jaffe, chairman.
The function was t" take place
on Feb. 20 at the club Beneluiary
will be the 1964 Combined J(
Appeal campaign.
Feinberg, among his many af-
filiations, is president of the
American Committee for the
Weizmar.n Institute of Science,
national president of State of
Israel Bonds, and a trustee of
the Harry S. Truman Library,
He was one oi the founders I
the I'nited Jewish Appeal ol
Greater New York, and is chair
man ol Ihe board ol Kayser Roth
Corp.
"His appearance here is ol pai
ticular interest," according to Dr
Jaffe. "because Feinbei is also
chairman ol the board of the
Caesarea Goll and Country Club
in Israel.""
Vssisting in preparations lor
the evenl were David P. Catsman.
Daniel Gilman and Leonard A.
Wien. club co-chairmen. Starting
at l p.in the program was to con
sisl oi golf, cocktails and din-
ner.
So. Beach CJA
Names Leaders
Michael Sossin and () s c a r
Mamber have been named co-
chairmen ol the South Beach drive
on behalf ol the Residents Divi-
sion ol Combined Jewish Appeal,
d was announced by John Serbin
chairman ol the Residents Divi-
ion
K nvitcd to a c.ia meeting on Fn
lay. Feb. II. io am at Temple
EmanuEI. T think it mo>t fit
ling that this mt-ttin- lor Suit1:
Beach residents was held in
'he synagogue of which the c.ia
leneral chairman. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. is spiritual leader' the
new appointees declared.
David R. Porvin, president of
the Greater Miami Becrh Mo-
tel Association, will serve as
co-chairman of the 1964 Mo-
tel Group in the Combined
Jewish Appeal, alor.7 with
Mor'ou Stein, of the Colonial
Inn, and Larry Silverman. it
was announced by Dr. Irving
Lehrman. 1964 campaign
chairmen.
New Bark
Elects Sounders
Board Chairman
Dexter Saunders, pioneer Miam-
1.111. was elected chainr.ir. of the
board and president of the new
Five P.unts Na-
tional Bank. The
newest of Dade
County's banks
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officially on Fri-
day.
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third generation
M mill a n, has
been active in
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, saunders ,or over 30 vears
and has been instrumental in or*
ganizing a number of financial in-
stitutions in the Creator Miami
area. Including Curtis National
Bank, as well a- the new Five
Points National Bank.
Saunders' family ver- among
the original pioneers of Miami.
having lived here for over 70
years The Saunders Hardware and
"> and 10c store, a landmark at
27th Ave and Coral Way. is 011
the land that was originally farm-
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Friday. February 21. 1964
+Jewisti mhrldflain
J!ionist Leaders Due
At Bond Breakfast
Greater Miami an.1 Southeast
Region Zionists will join with na-
lional leaders of the Zionist n of America ai their an-
I Israel Bond breakfast in the
Gigi Club of the Pontaineblcau
Hotel on Friday morning.
Chairman of the annual break-
i.i-i, which the ZOA sponsors each
year during the national Israc
Bond conference in Miami Beach,
i Mortimer May, ;i past national
presl lei I ol the ZOA. Guest speak-
er will be Rabbi Daniel Silver, of
Cleveland president of the Cleve-
land Zionist Society, and co-chair-
man of ihc Public Welfare Com-
mission of the Jewish Welfare
Federation oi Cleveland.
Presiding at the breakfast will
be laadore S Turover. of Wash
ington. D. C. national chairman
of the ZOA Israel Bond Committee.
Also participating in the program
will be Max Bressler, of Chicago.
III., a past president of the ZOA
and currently president of the
^leuish National Fund Council of
WAmerki-i Jacques Torczyner. l.AKEWOOD. N.J. (JTA) cupied bv Jordan. Rabbi Avru ,
Chairmani Of the National Execu. The conference of the Rabbinical'tick noted that on sacred Chris-
ti\e Council of the ZOA; and Dr < if. ~ .
Morton J. Bobbins, associate| Council of Amc*- an Orthodox jtian Holy Days, Israel gladly per
chairman of the National Execu- -ro,|P voiced an appeal last week mits Israels Christian citizens to,
live Council of the ZOA. "to all governors and state legis- visit Holy Places in Jordan.
Heading the committee are Leon lators" to liberalize the rigors of
May of Nashville. Tenn.. president Sundav |aw8 and ,0 takc mcasure.
ol the Southeast Region; Ben R ; ,u .,_ ..,. .
Wnick. ol Knoxville. Tenn.; Israel '" ,h,S efeCl dUm ,hc 1964 leg
Peiden, of St. Augustine. Ha.; lslative sessions. The appeal was
Louis B. Rudnick. Jack S. Popick. ",a(l(' by Rabbi Paul Levovitz.
and Jacob Rifkin. Miami; Harry conference chairman He asked
(he governors and their legl da
tures to make it possible for "the
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At the recent installation dinner dance of the
Miami Beach Zionist District where Ben Giller
was installed as new president of the largest
distric'. of the Zionist Organization of America
in the South are (left to right) Louis Rabinowitz,
financial secretary, William Silverstein, vice
president and co-chairman of the affair. Char-
Rabbis Urge Easing of Sunday Laws
Jaffe, Birmingham; Robert A.
Persky, Augusta; Maurice Pilsk
and Lester Hersch, Nashville; and
Harold Levow. of Atlanta.
\li-> Nettie Eisner, national
bond director of the ZOA. is co-
ordinating the program.
"But since the establishment
of the State of Israel," he de-
clared, "no Jew has been per-
mitted to visit and pray at the
Wailing Wall in Old Jerusalem,
the last remnant of our sacred
Temple and as such, the site
Kosher Home
Names MD Teem
An U-doctor team has been
named to serve as Medical Advis-
rj Council for the Jewish Con-
valescent Home ol South Florida
during 1964, Mrs. Joseph E. Reis-
er, president of the Home, also
known as Bikur Ch .Inn. an-
ounced.
Chairmi n i the group is Dr
loseph Harris Other members
ii i lude Pi--. Charles Binder, I
Id Kobley, David Light, Harry
See leman, George Rand,
Dnder Robbins, Edward Roth, Max
-"porn. Montague stone and Irwin
Makovsk]
The physicians will help plan
medical facilities for a new ultra-
modern, six-stcry addition going
up on land adjacent to the home
at 310 Collins Ave. this year.
They also will continue a pro-
gram of keeping current facili-
ties at the only kosher nursing
home in South Florida up to
date.
The new addition will expand
the Home's capacity to 130 beds
and admission applications are be-
ing processed at a record pace,
Mrs. Reiser said. She pointed out
that "individual patients at the
laincy of th" National Jewish Wei! Home, which is accredited by the
:are Board, said that the clergy-1 American Hospital Association,
man in military uniform is doing Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Florida
i much better job that his civilian and the American Association of
lounterpart He praised the mili j Homes for the Aged, may select
lary chaplains for the excellent Iheir own physicians, all ol whom
morale of the American troops' hr.ve visiting privileges at the
overseas. Jewish Convalescent Home."
les Charcowsky. Commissioner Chuck Hall,
Giller, and M. William Smith, co-chairman of
the affair and a vice president of the distric'.
U.S. Congressman Claude Pepper addressed
the 350 Zionist leaders who attended the affair
at the Deauville Hotel.
most
tion."
sacred to Jewish tradi-
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman
i.l the commission on Jewish chap-
.
Students Take
Pert in Service
During family services at
^Ti'inple Beth Am on Fr'day even
? up conducted by Dr Herbert M
Baumgard and Cantor Charles S.
Kodii'T. the following students of
the Religious School sixth grade
will participate:
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l'.ii..t ih Kalian. Arl.-ne Levy, I'luni-
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Well, Wil lam lllln-11, IVter l.urla,
Al.ui Richard, l'..-n Itoth, Ji I s. In nk-
man, Onte KrhwnrU, Itlrhard Spiegel,
l..ui\ WeliiHteiu, Si.r.ini llvniler,
Mni'i- Brenner, JexHieii I].....latein,
.. Id Harrln, I Mmr >l I'ar -. Huaan
Rori-i-h, Blleen Shore, Clifford Oub-
bln, Martin l-'i-li.r. Mk-huel (Jalr,
Jonathan Jordan, She|i|>ard Novak,
lonallian Rouen, Richard Saner, Mien-
.l Son berg, Jefl Tatelmun, William
Tobln and I'hari. Wold, nbertc.
Jewish Sabbath to be observed as
a day of spiritual observance tor
Jews, in the same manner that
Sunday is a day set aside for the
rights of Christians to practice
their faith."
"Sabbath observers," he declar-
ed, "are being subjected to ever
itreater pressures, hardships and
abuses in their varied economic
enterprises. Its eminently unjust
;:n:i unfair to require Orthodox
Jews to cease operating their
commercial undertaking for two
days, thereby lessening their op-
portunities in the economic field
and unduly burdening their pros-
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Rabbi Dr. Kalman Kahane, Is-
rael's Deputy Minister of Educa-
tion said: "The continued spiri-
tual existence of the Jewish
communities in America and
elsewhere hinges upon the exist-
ence of Israel as the spiritual,
cultural and religious center of
world Jewry. It is, therefore,
important that closer links be
established between the exiled
Jewish communities and that of
Israel which will ensure a con-
tinuous flow of exchange of stu-
dents and educators between the
two centers."
The conclave heard an appeal
by Rabbi Abraham N. Avrutick.
president, that the United Nations
enforce the provisions of the Is-
rael-Jordan armistice agreement
assuring the Jews access to the
Wailing Wall and to all sacred
Jewish shrines in territory oc-
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vJewisti fhrkKan_____
Friday, February 21, 1964
Circuit Players presented a threc-aci com-
~dv, "Separa'3 Rooms," by Joseph Carroll
end Alan D:ne!:art. on Saturday and Sundry
venings at Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner
Taniid. Production was under the direction of
Mrs. Geitrudc Marx and sponsored by Sister-
nood of the Temple. Mrs Henrietta Fine, pres-
ident, and Mrs. Jack Greenbevq and Mrs. I I
gene Schwarz, co-chairmen. Shown
to righv standing are Nikki Adicr, Da:
ler, Lou Hyman. Bunni Carroll, Fos'c; Rl
Bill Hunratty. Seated are Mrs. Grcetiberq and
Mrs. Marx. On the floor are Mrs. Goldstein
and Budd Battle.
Arab Propaganda in Germany Denounced
DUSSELDOKF rJTA; Dr.
; enryk '. Van Dam. secretary
general ot the Central Council ol
Jews in Germany, denounced this
veek the distribution of an Arab-
sponsored pamphlet on the Pales-
1 ne refugees as a ""scandal" and
: violation of the West German
i institution.
He sakl the pamphlet, which
\ as distributed by a delegation
i. Arab states in Bonn and the i
3 lformation Bureau of the United
jab Repuhlic, was like the vie j
. -usly anti-Semitic material dis-
seminated during the Nazi era by
Julius Streicher, one of the most
rabid Oi the Nazis. The pamphlet
was distributed to many promi-
nent Germans.
"The Jews were persecuted by
Byzantines, Russians and Span-
iards but never without reason,"
the pamphlet states. "The last
great persecution of the Jews
occurred under the Hitler re-
gime after the Zionist organiza-
tion, using their political marion-
ettes, Winston Churchill and
Zionist Franklin D. Roosevelt,
succeeded in bringing war to
Germany. One of the most pop-
ular lies is that 6,000,000 Jews
were liquidated by Germans
during that period."
Dr. Van Dam. writing in the or
ganization's official publication,
the AUgemeine Zeitung e Juden
.n Deuteschland, declared: "Un-
kind of propaganda is being spread
in the German language in the
Federal Republic, jus) at the mo-
ment when the Auschwitz camp
trial is taking place in Frankfurt.'
Dr. Van Dam said thai a logical
result of such a pamphlet can
only be the instigation of hatred
ol Jews, sabotage ot all efforts to
develop a spirit of citizenship, de-
terioration of relations between
the Federal Republic and the ma.j
ui powers, and the approval of Old
and preparation of new policies ot
persecution."'
The German Jewish leader re-
quested that the laws against anti-
Semitic propaganda should he ap-
plied "to the propaganda modeled
on that of Gauleiter streicher. dis-
seminated in the federal Repub
lie by foreigners with the aid ot
foreign state.-. The states In-
volved are one- which received
enormous amount- of development
aid paid lor by West German tax
payers, including Jewish taxpay
ers." he stressed
"Although this propaganda
activity is cMsguised as anti.|s.
rael information, it is in fact
directed at Jews living in Ger-
many," he declared. He said
that those responsible, if they
live in West Germany, will have
to answer to the authorities and
face prosecution under the West
German criminal code.
This was a reference to a para
graph of the code which prohibits
inciting hate against any segment
oi the German population or slan
tiering any religious, ethnic no
tional or racial group
Pythians Honor
Scul Jcrreft Here
A fraternalisl "I many years.
past chancellor 11 Samaritan Lodge
in New York, ail honorary past
.iiancellor ol a lodge in Hawaii
tilling World War II. and a re
:ent past chancellor ot Gc trge
; v. iii Lodge in .Miami Ileach.
Saul M. Jarretl will now be recog-
ized "for a fraternal life well
pent in behall ol Pythianism, as
veil as other fraternal and civic
iT.jra\ ors
The special event that will bring
sin -ii hi :hest honor, a life mem-
p in the Order ol Km.'hts of
held on Monday
, ., ;<: .hi, ., Pythias meeting in
cus ii K-hi re numerous
' past -u
, X past '.Maud
chancel il prelate
I lorida, who
ps, an
1 Lodge
loose Lodge and
Life membership is accorded
c Pythi.in v,ho has had 50 years
oi the equivalent in servXe.
Jarrett, in New York, was re-
sponsible for the urov.th ol a
lodge from ICO to over 503. Dur-
ing the war, whiie stationed in
Pearl Haibcr, he rejuvenated a
Hawaiian Lodge for servicemen
from al! over the world.
In Flori 'a, following his rel i
Jarretl was given a i itation
(I i e'.lor "for the
. at Miber-
ship gr vHi attained during hi.>
term uncellor of Gi
Gershwin Lodge."
As an Eifc he was honored lor
raising thousands ol dollar- as
chairman ol the Charity Fund lor
the Harry Anna Crippled Children
lie i- a three-year trustee ol a
Moose I.e.: j an ; as credited
with helping to establish the
- blood bank. Vice chai i el
lor ol an American Legion post, he
is a member ol OUT and a Mason.
SUV. 1ARKVT
Workshop Slates
Two Sessions
The Wis dm Workshop, a lec-
ture group which meets at West
brooke Country Club, has slated
two sessions [or February.
Last week, a representative ot
thi- Dado County Medical Assocl
ation discussed "Psychosomatic
Medicine."
on Feh ?i, "Marriage" will be
discussed with Dr. Murra> Heiken,
in a talk on the husband's role.
r.d Dr. Florence Weschberg, the
v. ite'. role

Mrs. Chester "Dena" Letter, Miami Heart Sunday chairman,
.3 shown in City Hall with Miami Mayor Robert King High
2s he signs the document which proclaims Heart Month in
Miami. Mrs. Lei'-sr, president of the Sisterhood at Israelite
Center, is serving as Heart Sunday chairman in Miami for
v.e second consecutive year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Leiter have
oeen active in Heart Fund activities for several years. Heart
Sunday drive takes place in Miami during Heart Sunday
v.Tsekend starting Thursday, Feb. 20, and ending on Heart
Sunday. Feb. 23.
Lodge Hears
Technion Leader
North Shore B'nai Brith fea-
tured a film in color on Tech
r.on. Israels engineering and
technological college, at its Mon-
day meeting held at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Dr.
Program chairman, irvin C
Spear, introduced Leo RuUtein
Southern regional director. Amer'-
SJJ Society, honored
fcuest at the meeting.
thf todl,fre;l Rjm'en- wwtdeat of
the lodge, conducted the meeting.i
Youth Sabbath
At Young Israel
I- accordance with the ;
notion of the National Count
Y, ui;- l-i a 1. tiie Sabbath ol r
1, was set a 1 il e lr (hi
Young Israel of Greater Mian
190 NE lilst St.. North Ml
< as Youth Sabbath.
All religious services
led bj teen-agers of the c in
>ation Special seminars and dis
cussion groups took p I a c 1
throughout the Sabbath Partict
pating in the Youth Sabbath witl
the Young Israel of Greatci
Miami was the Florida Chap
ler oi the National Conference <'
Synagogue youth
Rabbi Abraham Blech, educa-
tion director of Young Isi ael,
stated that a special program
' was prepared for Saturday
night in the form of a "Melavah
Malkah."
The Mesivta High School band
entertained, and refreshment-
were served, donated by Mr. and
Mrs. Fmanual I'nger and Mr and
Mr- Ben and Harry Lerner.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spin
tual leader of Young Israel ol
Greater Miami, said he turn
'd the pulpit over for thi-
Youth Sabbath. William Lett
member ol the Young Israel Torah
Reading Club, and honor student
ol the Mesitva High School, dc
livered the sermon on "Orthodox
Judaism's Challenge to Moderi
American Youth "
I- M. Lelchuk has been elect-
ed vice president of Ameri-
can Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation after three years of
service on 'he Board of Di-
rectors Lelchuk lives with
his wife and sen in Bay Har-
bor Islands, of which he was
town manager for ten years,
and where he '
serves as a councilman. He
w a member of the Temple
Menorah Board of Directors.
I he Association also elected
Leslie L. Altman to the board
Sunny Isle
Towers Models
Sunny [ale Towers, the fir-t ap
proved FHA-insured condominium
apartment building in Dade Conn
ty, this week announced the open J
iPg of it- new sales models in the
Sunny Isle Shopping Center on
Collins Ave. at 181st St.
Premiere showing of the model-
was held all day last week. The
public is invited to inspect the dec
orated models situated in the
hopping center, with plenty of
tree parkins available
Actual site for the new ten -story
condominium is the large acreage
just off Collins Ave. on 178th St.,
on the intracoastal Waterway.
Sunny Isle Towers includes cen-
tral air-conditioning and heating
. individually controlled by each
apartment, a large free private
; lock on the intracoastal for own
1 is' boats, lree assigned parking,
private scenic balconies on each
apartment with sweeping views ol
the ocean and city, a large swim
i ming pool set amid landscaped
terraces, completely equipped
; We-tir.ghouse kitchens with such
: additional features as the latest
j model dishwashers, disposals, eye
j level ovens, counter-top ranges.
j frost-free refrigerators, and high
velocity exhaust fans.
Developer for Sunny Isle Tower /
is J. A. Cantor Company of Miami.


Friday. February 21. 1964
Air Force Gives
higher Rank To
SAC Officer
t | Special Report
OrTtJTT APB. Xcbr Tlir f.S.
Air For- has announced the pro-
motion ". the rank of Major Gen-
eral of << .). Beck, who .serves a.
Iiispectoi ieneral of the Strategic
Air Command with headquarters
here. Gt Beck has been in the
Air For;, since 1940, and joined
the Sir.'- gic An Command short-
iy after at or anization was ac
tivated,
Gen. Beck came to SAC Head
quarter! from Pease Air Force
Base, N where he commanded
the 817 Air Division. Rabbi
Abrahan !. Jacobson, of Temple
Bmanu-I Haverhill, Mass., who
i> pan me Jewish chaplain at
Pease '. recall- Gen. Beck as
"a man ho is well oriented in
Judaisn and in whose life there
is .i pot i api roach to faith and
practice
^JmMii/ahkMbri
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Executive Board of th? Jewish National Fund
cf Greater Miami listens to an address by
Mendel N. Fisher, national JNF official, at a
board meeting in the A'giers Hot3l. First
table (first row left to right) ate Sam Kagan,
Benjamin Apps!. Abraham Grunhut, Stanley
Casden. Marshall Ccmis. Firr,t table (second
row left to righ" are Al Sherman. Barrett
Rothenberg, Harry Rosen, Abraham Fraidlin,
Bernard Silver. Second table (first row left to
right) are Gershon Miller, Julius Rosenstein,
Mcrris Minov, Ezia Finegold, Mrs. Johan L.
Berman. Second table (second row left to right)
are Harry reldman, Mrs. Abraham Mason.
Nathan Nash. Mrs. Nathan Nash.
In i
Jewish
Jacobs:
not o-
ularly i
freq-.it
but a
rema -
the [<
with
ed to
sion.
Gen. !
Tt \ w!
i arned
tin- serv
before
a -><-
throe
<>n incn
sibilitic
mand ;
A me- [
Legion
Cluster
Cross, /.
Leaf C
Cjoss,
nd A
Medal,
the for:
have fo
et'er to the National
/vcifare Board, Rabbi
- notet that the General
attended services reg-
- ih his family, and was
y c.illed to the Torah,
: made it a practice to
offer services to review
-ion with the rabbi and
~er persornel who wish-
ay for a discussion ses-
ck is .i native of Dallas,
re he v ent to school and
law degree. Entering
re as a (lying cadet just
irld War ii. he became
lieutenant. He served
:"s in the Pacific, taking
singlj important respon
He i- rated as a com-
t.
his decorations are the
. : Merit with Oak Lea,
Distinguishe l F lyin g
r Medal with three Oak
isters, British Military
residential Unit Citation
Force Conimendation
Gen. Beck is married to
.er Anne Michlin. They
children.
Kofstra Students Find Nazi Boring
V A. J. PACK
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (JTA) -
Guarded by more than ISO uni-
formed and plainclothcs police.
Cieorge Rockwell, leader of the
American N'azi Party, addressed
about l.ooo students at Hofstra
University here and was pro-
nounced a "bore" by the major-
ity of th" audience.
Bi re he talked, Dr. Randall
A Hoffman, dean of students, and
Robert Van Leirop, president of
the student Council, told those in
the hall that their speaker's phi
losophy was "repulsive" but that
he had a right to be heard.
Two pickets paraded in front of
the hall, but then' were no dem-
tions against Rockwell's ap-
pearance He told the audience he
fell he ua> speaking before "one
ol the most liberal, leftist and
Jewish universities in the coun
try "
About .mi per cent of the nearly
B 000 I id< at the university
are Jewish. Thi Student Council,
the ui.r. ersitj' Al imni As oci
tion, ai d Board of Trustees and
the fa cult j all issue 1 statements
condemning Rockwell's view- In
his speech, Rockwell denied he
wa.- anti-Semitic, saying he was
only anti'Zionist."
Talent Show
At Academy
To Aid Project
Fnternrisinjr student- of the He-
brew Rcademy's ninth r a d e
sponsored a student Talent Show
last Sunday, 2 p.m.. in the Acad-
emy Auditorium Proceeds will go
to the fund set up by the ninth
graders to pay for a graduation
i lass trip to Washington, D. C, in
June.
All students participating in the
show have displayed unusual tal-
ents and weie chosen alter a series
el contests to determine their
highest qualifications
Barry Bienenfeld, president of
the ninth gr de Class, reported that
other fund-re ising activities of the
(las- have contributed to the treas-
ury's growth. Last month the
h gn d rs became "car w ash-
i rs" for a day, and each week each
studei t paj 50 cents ol his own
monej into the fund.
Ac cording I Mark Sommers,
.: her ninth u r i I e r. vi ho is
n ol the trip, man> plans
for the p ,' ed '>' ashir ;ton isit
.mi .':.: made. Highlight ol the
ti ip v. ill be .i sit and servici it
Ihe grave ol the late Presii
John F. Keni i dj at Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery.
Mrs. Mortimer C. Burton and
Mrs. Edjth Sommers, fa cu 11 >
n embers, and Israel Porush, pros.
idenf of the Student Body, will
accompany the .-indents.
Heart Specialist
Speaks at Club
Dr. I. :1 N. Unger, a past presi-
dent ol
was giii
meet ii-:
Zionist. I
accord -
chair."
I.UIK
Uedne-
man's
ologist :
for th-.
ft he .
he Florida Heart Assn..
-t speaker at tne la-t
Of the Miami Beach
"strict Luncheon Club.
. to Jacob c. Fishman,
in Was scheduled for
\. 12 15 p.m at Wald
itel Dr Unger, a cartii-
ractising in .Miami Beach
past 17 years, spoke on
ronarv Prone American "
Rabbi 'Explains1
Ruby's Shooting
Rabbi Max A. Lip-chit/, of Beth
Torah Congregation, presented
a paper on the forthcoming trial
I Jack Ruby at the Women's
Adult Institute recently.
In a letter to Melvin Belli, de-
li nse attorney for Ruby, Rabbi
Lipschiti points out that "accord-
ing to Biblical and Talmudic
law, although Ruby's action would
not be condoned, neither would it
variant capital punishment."
He quotes De'utefQJiomy. Chap.
19, Verse 1-8. in which the avenger
or next of kin "pursue the man-
slaver, while his heart is hot. and .
overtake him." If the manslayei
does not floe to the city of refuge,
and is found by the avenger and
killed, the avenger is held guilt
less.
"Considering that millions be
came mourners upon the Presi-
dent's death." Rabbi Lipschiti
. oes not find it surprising "that
one man lost his normal faculties
and committed homicide, for the
President's death emotionally and
mentally paralyzed the entire na-
tion, causing depression and in-
tensifictaion Of anxieties and ten-
sions."
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Mrs. Isaac Emmer (right). Israel Bond chairman of the B nm
B'rith Anne Frank Group, became the first 1964 B naiB nth
Israel Bond Sponsor at a luncheon she gave for members ot
her committee at her home last week. The proqram featur-
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from eft), director of the Women's Division ofJ.he Greater
Miarr.. Israel Bond Organization. Standing are Mrs Michael
Covir, and Mrs. A. Herbert Brautman. Seated is Mrs. Jack
Emn*r. Also attending the meeting were Mrs Benjamin
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i-Jewisti nark/bun
Friday. February 21, 1964
MCRf LUXNER
Director Rejoins
Janis Company
The Janis Corporation announces
-hat Andrew Frank Scheer has rc-
oined the building organization as
-ales director especially to handle
The Shores, the new 95-unit con-
ominium apartment building now
inder construction in Miami
Jwres.
Previously associated with the
Janis Corporation for live years,
-cheer left his own business to re-
>urn to the firm.
The Shores, one of the first con-
lominium apartment buildings in
.'Jade County and the only water-
ront apartments in Miami Shores.
is the newest venture of the Janis
crporation.
Harmony BB
Launches Drive
B'nai B'rith is moving ahead
quicklj with extensive prepara-
tions for its new membership cam-
l>;ii_;n in North Miami Beach, it
w- announced Wednesday by
Mort Luxner, Membership Com-
mittee chairman and vice presi
dent of Harmony Lo.'ge.
Luxner iias targeted 120 new
members during the campaign in
coincide with the historic 120th an-
niversary celebration of B'nai
B'rith. Membership teams have al-
been organized, and will be
approaching their North Miami
Beach neighbors in a door-to-door
canvass.
Stating that B'nai B'rith, trie
world's oldest and largest Jew-
ish service organization, has been
active en the national scene
since 1843, Luxner added: "Only
through an increased member-
ship can we accelerate the price-
less services that B'nai B'rith
renders so effectively. We must
have the manpower to do the
jobs that reed doing."
The newest lodge in B'nai 15'rith,
officially designated Harmony
Lodge No. 2463. is still uncharter
ed, thereby making eligible as
charter members all who are en-
rolled prior to awarding of the
charter in April.
"We are going to reach all these
eligibles' within the next month
or so.'* declared Luxner. Co-chair-
man. Jack Raphael, added: "Our
goal is to make B'nai B'rith pro-
grams and activities available to
each and every member of our
Jewish community."
Next meeting lor the new Har-
The Constant Cardiac Care Center Saves Lives at Cedars
Patient's hearts are "saved" here.
This is a "Nurses' Eye View" of the Con-
stant Cardiac Care Center on the fourth tloor
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
A nurse seated at the desk in the foreground
can watch each cardiac patient in the four rooms
through the circular convex mirrors mounted on
the walls. At right is a Cardiometer which dis
plays each patient's heart rate on a screen and
a continuous strip of paper. The machine also
registers the patient's pulse blood pressure,
and temperature.
An alarm will alert the nurse if the heart
stops or begins to "quiver" dangerously. The
moment the alarm sounds, a pacemaker, an
electronic device which stimulates the heart with
tiny electric shocks, goes into action immediate-
ly'
The intensive treatment area cuts down on
costs of care to the patient, Harry L. Lewis,
hospital president, explained.
(Ust per day will be below the expense
of a private room, private nurses around the
clock, and heart rate recordings taken daily.
Scheer's offices are located in mony Lodge is slated for Monday.
The Shores exhibit sales office lo- Mar. 2. 8 p.m.. in the USY Hall
ated on the property. 1700 NE of Beth Torah Temple at NE 163rd
105th St., Miami Shores. St. and 10th Ave.
Strange By Play at the Nazi Trials
By JOHN DORNBERG
FRANKFURT (JTA)- Han-.
20. blue-eyed, his blond hair ar-
ranged in the Caesar cut that is
he rage among German students
and young intellectuals, watched
intensely from the gallery over-
looking the City Council Cham
bers here. From time to time,
as one of the attorneys defending
the 22 men standing trial in the
Auschwitz case, began battling
District Attorney Hans Grossman
oi Presiding Judge Hans Hofmcy-
er, the young Frankfurt Univer-
sity student would lean forward,
gripping the rail of the specta-
tors' balcony.
"The v.hole thing seems unreal.' argument sticks for someone who
lie said, groping lor the right signed documents that sent mil-
word-. "It".- hard to explain, but lions to the gas chambers. But it
it's jusl unreal. The whole at-
mosphere, tl e things they're -,i>
iny .the way they behave, the sur
roundings, the cordiality between
efense and prosecution, between
the judge and the defendants. It's
Kafkaesque in a way."
doesn't hold water for people who
apparently look a delight in sad
ism an I murder."
I suppose it's childish." said
Han-, walking over to a picture
ol Anne Frank in the exhibition.
"but they just don't look like SS
men. I mean. I have vi-ions of
men in high boots, stiff uniforms
Han- was noi alone in finding with clubs or whips in their hands,
himself hard preed to put into and mean laces. But there they
word- of norm.i! conversation the are sitting down there, no differ-
strange atmosphere of the trial. ent from anyone elseand look at
This is due In several factors unal they did There's a real dis
The make up ol the courtroom is crepancy. It's incongruous in a
Recognizing Faces
Frequently, as the defendants one ol 'them. The 22 defendants, way."
told self-pitying stories of their
lives, Hansone of 60 German
-tu. cuts w he attended this session
of Germany's biggest postwar Nazi
nine of them who are in confine-
ment and flanked by blue-uni-
formed policemen, are seated in
the most comfortable chair- the
trialcould be seen shaking his j foam-rubber, padded desk chairs
head vehemently. During re ''' Frankfurt's City Council mem
cesses, he ambled along the cor hers. Behind and around them
ridors of the Roomer, Frankfurt's ;'"' reporters. Interspersed on
City Hall, trying to get a closer ",m''" council members' seats are
glimpse of some of the men on lne defense attorneys, The mem
trial, it si-piiu.il ho ii...... ..,. bers
Hearty Appetite
seemed as he were try
their faces on his
of
At a 70th birthday patty for Ezra Finegold are (seated) the
nonoree and his wife. S'anding (left to right) are Judge Ber-
nard Rosenblatt and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kram. Finegold
ong active in the programs of Jewish National Fund here,
as well as the Fund Foundation, took the opportunity to sp=ak
j>n JNF. The party was held at the Finegold home.
ing to etch
memory.
It was in the Warsaw Ghetto
photo and document exhibition,
located in the Paulskirche (St.
Paul's Church), across the street
from the Roemer, that this cor-
respondent met Hans
He
li
nour
the courtthree judges,
six jurors, two alternate ju
five alternate jurors and lour
prosecutorsare on the high city
government bench racing defend-
ants, lawyers and the press,
"Until you learn to recognize
the laces." wrote Gerhard Mauz
correspondent for Die Welt one
ourished ghetto children 'n Jg %" from spectators
________________________'""t tner newsmen when every.
one mingles in the
ing recesses "
hallway dur
An element of incongruity per-
vade- the atmosphere of the trial
At lunch, the 13 defendants
who are free on bail or their
personal bondunusual in Ger-
man procedure where, normal-
ly, even minor offenders spend
months, sometimes years in pre-
trial confinementeat leisurely
lunches in the restaurants near
the City Hall, the historic old
Rathskeller, Weinhaus Joest, or
the Wienerwald. And their ap-
petite! From the way they wolf
down heaps of meat and pota-
toes, they seem unaffected by the
proceedings. "I watched one at
the adjacent table," a Polish
newsman told this correspond-
ent, "and it sure soured my ap-
petite."
Then there's the casual way in
which Judge Hofmeyer handles
the trial, and the cordiality he dis-
plays toward the 22. It's "bitte
But the feeling of unreality is
due to other factors, as well
"You look at these people down
there, and listen to them talk scnoen ll,n" Kacuk or Herr Bog-
j and they seem no different from M '"' "''rr Mulka, "won't you take
that seat there, pull the
phone up c|Se and tell us
.'"'"sell where v..u were
snt from
anyone else." said young Hans.
They re ,ust like my neighbors
Lr.re,a,ivJes- They s"eak "
softly and articulately. They
seem o gentle and kind. After
a while you begin to feel sorry
for t.-iem."
micro-
about
born,
'' lere you went to school, when
you joined the party."
It Seems Unreal
and Cantor Saul Breeh are Gail Kaufm
an,
Junior Choir of Temple Ner Tamid perform-
oldMlingTFriiay- eVunin9 TV^'u01,!6"1" Pavid Harr' Frank Wnd, Frank "rtowTtz
pie Ner Tamid in honor of Jewish Music Toel Rreeh, Judy Prichason Fieri Pp,lm j
Month. Shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovi.z Joel Hodman. WlChasn' F,ed Per,man <*
"Then." continues Hans -l
t *} ""' charge sheets and
ee what the, Ulogedly did I,
,uA doesn .....m possible These
'["n "re no, Eichmanns who mur
I'.'1"" administrative decree
lh7 are men who killed l)ll( ,
vith their hare hands, with
ton needle-. C|UJ,
their jackboots or pistol None
,,h'"; ""'-' can claim the*
v'hat thev die
But the
their
own live.-.
most incongruous as-
pect ol all is the <;hetto Kxlnbi-
'!"1' In the Paulskirche, where
some of the most damaging photo-
graphs and documents have been
collected into an unforgettable in-
""'"""' Here the Nazi terror
With all its inhumanity has been
brou8hJ to life again, starklj real.
in the basement of the church
"huh was never consecrated a
press 'enter has been established
to for journalists
Perhaps that Auschwitz trial.
Hi lee
spade handles.
under threat
did
attending the


Friday. February 21, 1964
How a Jewish Girl Went Into
An Unusual Stage Profession
**Jwl*t nnrSrtfar)
Page 11-C
By EDWARD COHEN.
Hit grinds seemed somewhat
genteel, her bumps not as hump
tious. This was Candy Cohen,
ihe "Gaza strip." a featured per-
former at the Pans Follies on
Miami Heath, where burlesque
is back and ihe city's official-
dom wax choleric about it with-
out much effect,
our meeting backstage, before
she vent out front for one of
her six undress appearances a
day, was as informal and as un-
staged as the performances on
stage. After talking with Can-
dy for a few moments, while
she munched on a prune danish
and drank cold cotfee. I kept
looking around for a mamma
who would set it all straight with
a proper introduction. Like,
"Meet my daughter, the strip-
per."
Authentically Jewish, Horn a
show-biz family which until re-
cently lived in the Squirrel Hill
district of Pittsburgh, Candy's
ambition is not to be the best
stnpper in the business, but to
have an acting career. How-
ever, while she's at it. she strives
tn reconcile what some might
belii ve to be the irreconcilable.
Lady on Stage
l do my best on stage." she
saj -. 'and try to be a lady ofi
it "
Judging Candy's routine, which
came between that of two vet-
eran bumpers and grinders, she
also tries to act the "lady" on-
stage. A little less prominent
lure and aft than her sister strip
pers. Candy wore a little less
the day we saw her, but her
routine seemed more subdued,
almost delicate in their execu-
tion. It may have been a trib-
ute to her innocence or the loca-
tion of The Follies on South
Beach, and homage toward any-
thing to do with the "Gaza Strip."
but the applause from the 100 or
SO men at the performance even
seemed more polite than for the
cithers.
Admittedly, states Candy, "It
takes a lot of guts to get up
there and take off your clothes
in front of all those men.*' and
she believes that this kind of
courage is all the training she
needs to be an actress. That,
and participation in several of
those dreary skits which haven't
changed a line in :w years or
more, and serve as breaks be-
tween strippers She has .lone
several TV bits, including a Surf-
side t> show, and a little summer
stock around Tampa last year.
A pretty blonde and fair-skin-
ned 20, Candy has been "taking
it off" in places like Tampa,
Shreveport, New Orleans, Little
Kick and Atlanta tor a little
over a year since getting a start
m a theater in st. Petersburg
where, despite our expressed
doubts, she insisted there was
a burlesque house in the heart
hi senior America.
Somewhat Observant
The constant movementin all
respectsmakes it difficult lor
her t:i be a strictly observant .lew
Brought up in a home where "we
had two sets of dishes." she still
won't eat pork products. Last
Kn-h Hashonah, she says, whs
most difficult
"We were in Atlanta and the
manager wouldn't let me take
the day uti. so between perform-
ances I managed to yet to shul
a few times
The average man. fretting
while his wile primps for her
holiday appearance, might chal-
lenge this as an apocryphal story
in view of the six performances
Candy undertakes each day, hol-
idays included. Having seen the
young lady on and off-stage, we
can guarantee that getting un-
dressed and dressed is like mull-
ing lor her.
Boy in Her Future
Cohen is not the name she was
horn withshe adopted it so as
nnl to embarrass her family,
some of whom live in Miami
but why she reversed the trend
of Jewish name-changing she
wouldn't say. even though we
suggested more typical ones like
"Candy Bar" and "Candy Cane"
might be more appropriate for
the milieu.
Well, a lot of people won't be
Iieve Candy is a very typical
Jewish t;irl. despite the last
name But she certainly talk^
like one. Particularly when the
says, "I might change my name
so 1 can catch the Jewish boy
I want to marry," a comment
which could come right out of
Sholom Aleichem had he ever
written about Jewish strip-teas-
ers.
Officers of Knese'h Israel Congregation are second vice president, David Eisenstein, chair
installed. First row (left to right) are Milton man, Board of Trustees; Philip Wei.ss, first- vice
Kahn, treasurer; Cantor Abraham Seif; Louis president; Morris Glantz, co-chairman, Boaic
Dublin, president; Rabbi David Lehrfield, who of Tru'tees; and Samuel C. Goldberg, secord
acted as installing officer; Joseph Nalder, ing secretory. Not shown is Samuel Weiner
third vice president Rear are Samuel Lprner, financial sscretory.
Food Division To Hear JDC Executive Feb. 27

Mothers of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School plan a
Purim Carnival at the Temple on Sunday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Children will appear in costume and be awarded prizes.
Discussing the carnival with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiri-
tual leader, are Mesdames Samuel B. Peailman, Donald
Frichason, Louis Cohn and Ralph Mervis. Mrs. Pearlman
and Mrs. Mervis are co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Cohen
is school board chairman.
WE INSTALL
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iOMl EVERY PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS
furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and
Resilvering Our Specialty
L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363
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COULTON BROS.
Jerry Blank, of National Brands,
and Jack Stem, ol Thrifty Super-
.Markets. ha\e invited members of
ihe Food, Restaurant and Allied
Trades Division of the 19(>1 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal to be their
. -!- at the annual division
luncheon in Miami Springs Villas,
Florida Room, on Thursday, Feb.
-:.
Guest speaker will be Egon
Fink. Joint Distribution Commit-
tee representative in Austria since
l'JoT.
Fink started his career with
Joint Distribution Committee 18
years ago, in 1946, in the British
Zone of Germany, as welfare ot-
liccr in charge of the children's
home on the Warburg estate in
Blankenese. which had been set up
lor orphans found in nearby con-
centration camps.
From there, he was called to
JDC headquarters in the British
Zone of Germany, at that time
located in Bergen-Belsen, to
serve as liaison officer between
JDC and the Central Committee
of Liberated Jews in the British
Zone.
In April. 1949. when the JDC
program in Morocco was launch-
ed. Fink went to Casablanca as
assistant JDC director for Moroc-
co. Follow ing the outbreak of the
revolution in Hungary late in 1956.'
JDC summoned him to Vienna,
w here it was setting up special |
facilities to care for the many
Hungarian Jewish refugees fleeing
to Austria.
Aiding the annual drive of the,
Food. Restaurant and Allied
Trades Division are Jerry Blank
and Lou Kenin. president of the,
Algiers Hotel, as co-chairmen.
Welcome
Wagon
Remembers
Special Family
Occasions
Carrying on our community's
traditional hospitality.
Welcome Wagon Calls
are made when your
family celebrates a
glxtccnth birthday,
announces an
engagement or
the birth of
a new baby,
or moves
to a new
home.
When the occasion arises, phone
EGON FINK
Joseph Cohen, t ice chairman, ai
Harry Susskind, associate cha
man.
Food Group committee membe
include Jack Stein and Bernai
Hausman, co-chairmen; Ernest 1
Harris, chairman, Grocers ar !
Super Market-; Robert Peldma
chairman. Dairy Products; Edgi
Bi tidy and ll J'ames Catlin, c -
chairmen oi Pood Brokers; He
beii Paige chairman of Beve
-. Jacob ski;,,-, chairman
Bakers; and Ed Dockson, cha'
man id' Produce.
Restaurant Group co-chairmt
include Arthur Horowitz, Irvir .
Kaplan. Herb Login, Irving Rub
an I Mcl\ in Weinkle.
Israeli Collaborator to Appeal
TEL AVIV iJTA1 The at
torney for Ilirsh Barenblatt. the
conductor '->! the Israel National
Opera who was sentenced to five
years' imprisonment on charges
ot collaborating with the Nazis
and handing over Jews lor exter-
mination, announced last week
that he will appeal within the next
15 days against what he described
as a "severe sentence."
The attorney's request for the
release of Barenblatt pending the
appeal was rejected by the court
The five-year sentence was
imposed for the major charge c-
handing over Jews to the Naiis
Concurrent shorter terms wer;
imposed for the charges emanat
ing from his position as chief o-
the Jewish police in the Bendiir
Ghetto.
Barenblatt. who was marri*
several months ago to a youn.
opera singer, cried out "Why
why?" when hearing the verdic
stressing that he was acquitted c
the same charges by a Polis..
court.
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vJewisHhrknan
Friday. February 21., 1964
Installed for his second term of office as president of the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA Branch is Abra-
ham Berrin (right1 as he receives the gavel of office from in-
stalling officer Efraim H. Gale, executive director. Greater
Miami '"'."
Golden Agers
Install Officers
Newly-elected officers of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of the
Miami YMHA took office at the
recent installation ceremony con-
ducted by Efraim II. Gale, execu-
live director of the YM-YWHA
I: Greater Miami.
tteelected as president for a
ciid term is Abraham Berrin.
Also serving as officers for the
ig year arc Sam Deel, first
presi ;'iit; Boris Cutler, see-
Israeli Issue
Is Underwritten
LONDQN ^-.(JTA) ttt T!>e first
public issue for Israel underwrit-
ten by a major British financial
house and involving a flow of in-
vestment funds totalling I 18,-
800.000 (S6.267.0001 was announced
this week by Sir Isaac Wolfson,
British industrialist and benefac-
tor of Israel.
Calling the financing a "break-
through," Sir Isaac told a press
conference that the flotation is
for an issue of the Wollson-Clore-
Mayer corporation of Israel winch
wili be underwritten by Philip
Hilland Partners, a major firm ot
the City of London financial cen-
ter.
The flotation includes loans
totaling $5,000,000 at 6' 2 percent
interest redeemable from 1969
to 1988. In addition another
I 3,800,000 in equity stock will
be taken up by the corporation
to release a previous loan to the
Tel Aviv Municipality so that
the fends can be used for other
purposes.
Sir Isaac said that while long-
terms loans to Israel have been
made before in Britain, this is the
lust time that a public issue has
been underwritten by a major Lon-
don financial house which can be
fairly said to reflect the mood ol
the financial district.
Sir Isaac explained that out ol
the total transaction. 1 6.000.000
(S2.O00.0001 will be placed at the
disposal of a Jerusalem bank
which is providing low interest
mortgages for working people.
The rest will be invested in indus-
A total of S503.000 in Israel Bonds was sold last Sc"_:day
night at a Trustees of Israel dinner sponsored by Sophie
Tucker, venerable star of show business. Miss Tucker who
has been a Trustee since the Israel Bond drive began ir. 1951.
announced her own purchase of SI0,000 in Bonds at the din-
ner, held in connection with the 1964 in'ernational incirural
conference for Israel Bonds. Shown with Miss Tucker are
comedian Jimmy Durante (right), who was a special ruest,
and Morris Berinstein, of Albany, N.Y., prominent r.c":onal
communal leader and a member of the Israel Bond Bc;:d of
Governors, who presided.
vice president; Mrs. David tries, mainly electronics, and only
raun, corresponding secretary;
1 *;.....Ifriend, treasurer; Mrs.
Oxman, recording secretary;
laurii Abrams, social -ecre-
SAM BOSS
Sam Ross
By River.
Sam Ross, of Miami Beach, has
been named to the 1 .tall
of Riverside \i< mo il 1 Is,
was announced bj Leonard Zil-
bert
t'ntil he came to this ari rive
years ago, Ross o\\ ne I of the
first discount stores in :: kl;
N.Y.. developing it fr< n
organization ; an operation that
took in a city block.
He is a former musician, and
at one time worked for Co umbia
and Victor Recording < \
Ross, who lives v ith I 1 i|c.
Anne, at 1809 Meridian Ave., has
two sons. Gerald and Herbert,
both physicians. He will In' bas-
ed at the Rivers e lemorial
headquarters on Miami Beach.
Ross was appointed Knight of
the Year in 196:; "f the George
Gershwin Lodge, Knights ol Pyth-
ias.
part of it in property develop-
ments.
The British industrialist also
pointed out that such transactions
are done with the consent of the
Serving is committee chairmen British Treasury, ami they reflect
: n amin Kawaller, constitu- the confidence of the Treasury in
Alexander Yasen and Israel. He added that in terms
program co-chair- cl normal finance, both he and Mr.
. Yasen and Mrs. Cloic. a Jewish financier, might
sunshine co-chair- have found more profitable out-
- Sam Doi'l, member- l< Is lor the money but that, in
Elsa Langfur, Mrs (his sale, that was not their only
11 and Mrs. Sarah consideration. He added that both
losses; Mrs. Jacob men were well aware that they
>..l affairs; ami were on the Arab boycott list but,
- Lena Kclter, prizes, he said, "we are quite happy and
b meets each Sunday, not in the least worried about be-
n at the Miami "V"
0 -v. L6th Ave>,
au
ing on that li>t."
Fund-Raising
Program Winner
Modest indi\ i lual goals or sub
Btantial group quotas are equally
easy to achieve, using a [und-rais
ing program veloj I by Car-
uth's, Inc. nnd successfully tested
over the years by leading syna-
-. clubs, community groups
and organizations throughout the
country.
Amount- ranging from $50 to
Sl.O'io and moil- can be raised on
the profits earned by selling top
name-brand candies, chocolates
and, at this time ol year, such
popular iti ms Mani schewitz
over Cookies : nd Macaroons,
with additional b n and In-
centive aw .11I- h hen sales re i< h
a predetermined total,
Caruth's, Inc. furnishes full in-
formation on it- plan at 32-75 Stein
way SI Long Inland City, N, V.
LOUIS SE.'TIIN
Golda Surprised
Bonn Won't Stop
Scientists in UAR
JERUSALEM (JTA) For-
eign Minister Golda Mcir ex-
pressed regret and astonishment
this week at the failure of the
West German Government to sub-
mit to the Bundestag, the Lower
House of Parliament, a bill aimed
at barring German scientists from
working in arms development in
other countries.
The Bonn Government had been
under pressure to introduce such
a bill since the activities of Ger-
man scientists working on Egyp-
tian unconventional arms projects
came to light last year.
Replying in the Knesset to a
question by Herut Deputy Chaim
Landau, Mrs. Meir said the Is-
raeli Government has done
everything necessary under the
circumstances but she express-
ed regret and astonishment that
the Bonn Government has not
yet succeeded in passing legis-
lation prohibiting West German
citizens from working in arms
development in countries aimed
at attacking other countries.
The
Sophie Tucker Gives
Function is Prelude
A total in excess of S500.000 in
Israel Bonds was sold Saturday
night at a dinner given by Miss
Sophie Tucker to honor members
of the Trustees of Israel
The dinner, held at the Deauville
Hotel, was attended by more than
150 Trustees from the 28 states
who are in Miami to help launch
a new live-year 1400,000,000 Israel
Bond issue,
Trustees ;.re men and women
who purchase a minimum ol Sin.
C00 in Israel Bonds each year. Miss
Tucker, one of the all time great-
ol show business, has been a Trus-
tee since the founding of the Is-
rael Bond drive in 1951.
Comedian Jimmy Durante was a
.special guest at a cocktail recep-
tion which preceded the dinner
Mis- Tucker received two special
awards for her many year- of de-
voted service "to the cause of Is-
rael's economic upbuilding." an Is
raeli Bible with a silver cover
' from the assembled guests, and a
specially inscribed plaque from
the national officers of the Israel
Bond drive.
Dinner for Trustees;
to Bond Inaugural
Morris Berinstein. ot Ubany,
N. Y.. nationally prominent com-
munal leader and a member of
the Board ot Governors 1 (he Is-
rael Bond Organization, 11 le i
presentations,
The Trustee dinner sign "d the
-tart of a -ene- of ever- in the
Miami area which will : ) 1- at-
tention on the forthcoming t963 in-
ternational inaugural conference
lor Israel Bonds, to Be h-flty her
Feb. 21 to r:, Thi h will
officially launch the :. Third
Development Issue ol Isr Bond*,
which will be offered ffi the. pub-
lic Mar. 1. Baron Kdmuu -..- Roth-
schild, of France, will be lite guesl
f 5 !,er.icJia|i'-rl>ol
7 rt miwnt 0-Uio-
EeS. ..-,.%. 0 s-pei-
r^j^ : p-odu^tion ot
Wm many Ipjdjig food
H Mm & &rocery products
' V~ANS KOSHER
Westbrooke Unit
Sects Seitlin
Louis Seitlin has been elected
lent of the Westbrooke Coun-
try CKib Swim Association for
1964 The Knesset accepted Mrs
The Swim Association, composed Meil proposal not to debate the
on Westbrooke's AAU team, also ter on to the Foreign Affairs Com
deetcd .lack Miller first vice pres- miltec.
ident; David Schneider, second Asserting that the Bonn Govern
vice president; Eleanor Green, inent could have passed -uch -,
secretary; and Marilyn Boddy, law if it had wanted to do so Mrs
treasurer. Men- told the Knesset that the Is
lack Mednick Dorothy Drennan, | rael Government would judge -uch
..ohn Kaiser and Ed Manion were ;legislation by s actual result it
named to the-Board of Directors.! the law were passed
Remarriage Will
Be Discussed
"Remarriage and Alone Living."
Part 1 of the series. "The Worid
and the Senior Citizen" presented
by the People Speak Town Hall
Forums in cooperation with the
Mental Health Society, will be of-
fered on Friday. 8 p.m.. at Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washingu tl
Ave.
Panelists will he l)r Jose Cuiri
psychiatrist, .lackson Memorial
Hospital; Dr. Dora Kleiner, direc-
tor. Marriage and Family Council
of Miami; Arthur Kalish, assistant
director. Jewish Home for the
Aged; Dr. Jane Hardwicke, pro
gram director f t|u. Society
uiaim Hose, moderator,
A question period follov -
Welcome l/%ri
Honors Special
Famijy Oo392iori5
Your Welcome Wagon Hostesa
will call with a basket of gifts
and Iriendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leader*
of our community when your
ramily celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage- !
mentor the birth of a new baby.'
or moves to a new home.
When the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994


Friday. February 21, 1964
*Jmtet> rhridHan
few Auschwitz Trial is Scheduled I
Page 13-C
I FRANKFURT (JTA) A sec
k A BCtawitl murder camp trial.
Ivotving 20 defendants, will open
iti -> soon as the current case
gainst 22 former guards and of-
cers is completed, a district
purl spokesman announced this
leek He said the trial could he-
I uediately but the delay was
rc< by the lack of courtroom
Icilitii The defendants in the
Irthcoming Auschwitz trial in-
lude Jormcr SS men up to the
link oi major and two former in
lates, both criminal prisoners.
| Charges and evidence in the
ise already fill 20 volumes and
lindrtds of former Auschwitz in
|at< have been questioned in in-
stigations that included re-
Parch in Israel. Poland. East Ger-
many. Hungary and Czechoslo
akia Only three of the 20 de-
pndar.ts are in pre-trial confine-
ment, the other 18 having been
pleased on bail.
frael Supports Red
lea for No Change
If World's Borders
SALEM (JTA) Israel
pports the proposal of Sm
mice Khrushchev thai it is
[-- al to prevent changes bj
; teri it 11 ial frontiers,
Levi Eshkol said in his
feplj to the prop is I, details ol
1 re disclosed this week
remier told the Soviet
1 1.it Israel also welcomed
tin s let proposal that an inter-
. I covenant or treaty be con
on the abandonment ol the
1 lone for the solution of
Tutorial and frontier disputes
Bind on settlement of international
Disputes by peaceful means. The
Premier added that Israel was
(prepared in principle to associate
itself with an agreement based on
such principles.
The Khrushchev letter was ae- |
tually one sent to all Govern- |
ments. He proposed that all
governments bind themselves <
not to use force in solving fron-
tier disputes and settlements
should be reached only by peace-
ful means.
In his reply. Premier Eshkol
koted Israel's repeated appeals to
is neighbors for peaceful settle.
lent of Arab Israel issues and 1
suggestions that all states in
Middle East should refrain
)m force or threats to use force
put an end-to policies of bel-
kereiMH and settle disputes by
gotiations. The Israeli Premier
formed the Soviet Premier ol
rael's readiness not only to co-
prate on such principles but also
Rael's willingness to take part
lurther exchanges of views to
|rify and give effect to the Sov
Premier's proposals
in Group Here
iews Birchites
['The Birch SocietyA Fascist
fganizntion?" was the subject
a panel discussion sponsored
the Miami Beach Chapter,
lit'd Nations Association, open
keting recently at the Washing
Federal Auditorium on Nor-
Indy Isle.
pembers of the panel were Jos-
Korvick, South Florida Chap
I nitarian Fellowship for Soc-
B Justice; Harold Kramer. Amor-
In Jewish Congress; Irvin R.
kindler, chapter president; and
imi Beach Attorney Joel New
In. moderator.
th David Junior Choir
luring Saturday morning sen-:
|s at Beth David Congregation,!
newly-formed Junior Choir. |
(npo-ecl of boys and girls nine
ten years old. under the di-
Jtion of Cantor William W. Lip
will be heard in its first ap-
b-ance, assisting the Cantor al
I honoring the new month
I
Among the 20 are the former
labor chief of the camp at Bir-
kenau and two commandants of
subsidiary camps in murder complex. Four are for-
mer SS truck drivers charged
with aiding and abetting murder
by transporting inmates to the
gas chambers in trucks. As
compensation for this work, they
received extra rations of food
and whiskey.
Meanwhile, at the trial against
22 guards and officers. Josef
Klehr, 59, a carpenter who serv-
ed in the camp lor four years as a
medic, admitted killing 250 in-
mates over a two-month period by
living them injections of phenolic
acid directly in to the heart. In
addition to charges that he killed
or aided in the murder of thous-
ands of inmates, he is charged
with pushing a Jewish woman and
her daughter, who had refused to
separate on their arrival, into a
crematoria! pile.
"When I first arrived at Ausch-
witz." he testified. "I was an eye-
witness to injection killings of
many inmates in the hospital
block. However, they were n I
killed by SS men by one of the in-;
mate assistants, Peter Bock, who
was the block elder." Presiding
Judge Hans Hofmeyer asked:
"What were you doing at the
time?"
Klehr replied that he watched
the assistant. "I didn't want to
have anything to do with it but
about two months after I arriv-
ed, I was ordered to give the in-
jections myself. The SS doctor
told me either I would give the
injections or he would have me
shot at the black wall. I did
s I was told."
His admission that he Had kill-
ed more than 250 inmates by such
injections in two months fell far
short of charges against him. He
is accused of murdering that many
inmates on Christmas Eve, 1932
alone.
Another defendant. Dr. Victor
Capesius, 56. a prosperous phar-
macist, claimed he was drafted
into the Nazi SS from the Ruman-
ian Army and denied all charges
against him. He is accused of
At an informal gathering last week in the home of Dr. Minerva
Gordon. Dr. Louis G. Lytton (left), membership chairman,
and Dr. Meyer B. Marks (center), president of the American
Jewish Physicians' Committee, meet Joseph M. Frank, of
Montreal, member of the Board of Governors of 'he Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. The American Jewish Physicians'
Committee is the medical arm of the Hebrew University group
and numbers more than 200 physician members in Greater
Miami.
having selected prisoners for the which thousands of inmates were
camp's gas chambers, of sending injected and killed and with giv-
1,200 Children to their death, of ing two prisoners a lethal mix-
ordering the phenolic acid with lure of coffee and drugs
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^Jtwisli Mnriciiftiri
Friday, February 21, 1964
National Jewish
Confab Scheduled
For Washington
NEW YORK(.ITA)A national
lewish conference, representing all
major Jewish organizations re-
ligious and secular will be held in
Washington on Apr. 5 and 6 to voice i
the unified protest of American
lewry against the suppression of
Jewish culture and Jewish religious
rights in the Soviet Union, it was
earned here.
A decision to summon such a con-
erence was adopted at a parley of
epresentatives of Jewish organiza-
ions active in all phases of Jewish
life in this country. The American
Jewish Committee and the Syna-I
gogue Council of America agreed to I
join in calling the Washington con-1
lerence which will, in addition to1
discussing the situation of the Jews' tainebleau Hotel,
in the Soviet Union, also send a
Sanford S. Faunce has been ap- delegation to the White House. A
>inted Honorary Consul of Costa delegation of the conference will
ica.
Appointment ol the Miami at-
rney has been announced by
i resident Francisco .1. Orlich. of
LEGAL NOTICE
i-
Costa Rica Names
Honorary Consul
Mt. Sinai Hospital Founders Club Chairman Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, congratulates Robert Z. Greene, shown with Mrs.
Greene, and A. J. Harris, shown with Mrs. Harris, on the occa-
sion of Greene's and Harris' birthdays which were celebrated
at a special Founders Club function held recently at the Fon-
Tu B'Shevat At Yeshurun
Hebrew and Sunday School ol
osta Rica and Minister of Ex
rior Relations Daniel Oduber.
also seek to present the recommen-
. iitiuns of the parley to Anatoly
Dobrynim, the Soviet Ambassador
in Washington, for transmission to'
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Temple Adath Yeshurun observed
At the preliminary parley held at T B'Shevat. New Year of the
the Hotel Delmonico here by repre- fr^s- with a tree planting cere
More than 200 children of the Temple explained the significance
ol the occasion.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Faunce is a member of Temple, ^n,^veVma7VhV'in7ererti Jew- '"<>"> last week, on the grounds of eV^Xent^udIoal cIrcuit of
' ish organizations, tentative prepa- *e Temple. f lowid a m and^ f<>R o a de
rations were discussed for the
eth Am since its inception. Horn
l Boston, Mass.. he attended Bos-
>n University. College of Business
.([ministration and College of
law, and the University of Vn-
. nia and Northwestern University.
He was drafted as a private in
ie army during World War II.
. :id was di.-charged in November
. >56 with the rank of captain.
Faunce is presently a lieutenant
: ilonel in the U. S. Army Reserve,
. idge Advocate General Corps.
He is married, and the couple
ave two children. Cynthia Lu 11,
. nd Robin Beth 15.
notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY (SIVWN thut
thi und. rslgned, deslrlna to enKiiei in
business under 'i "i tltl name of
Kl.l KN JAV APARTMEN s u I >0
; ,;ii stre-t, Miami Heai i. I irlnu, In-
l, n,l i,. rIkIi i- -.ii.l name \. n ii the.
Clerk "i the I'lrcull Com of Dade
. ..null. I ioi-lda.
VII mills KAt PMAKN It
KOMK ANNK K \ I I- AI ANN. In- wife
I..H' i I HVIK-I I
HRNRY KAPKMANN
i ,, I i u\ ii,-i i
SMITH ,v M ANDI.EH
Attorney* for ICaufmann*
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach '' Florida
JK 1-7117 ............
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN thiii
'lu undersiiniett, dealting I-' angoga In
business under i lo- fictitious name of
SAM'S MARKRT al 'MJ' Douglas
Itoad, Coral Gables, Kb-rloa, intend
lo reKlster said name uith the Clerk
?I Hi,- Citvuil Court of Unili- Count)*,
rlori.ln.
MIRIAM SCHWARTZ
PAH, RHEINOOl.D
l':ti tn.-rslilp
(Soldman, Goldstein \- Pacaler
_'i"l West Plngler Street
Miami, Ifluridu
Attorneys for Partnership
- : .-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN that
th*- ...... rsitiiini. desiring ii> uncase
n business under the fictitious name
of RICHMOND'S HKUillTS OK
i- \Slllo\S ;n 14311 Lincoln Rouli
\ rd Rii-hmond Heights, Dade Coun-
v. Florida, intends t> roister Bald
.li MIX li Ml 'RDAI NT
2 11. :i. 1!
broadest measures to attract the
widest attention of the American
people to the di>criminations
against Jewish culture and religion
in the Soviet Union. The session,
held in camera, appointed a coordi-
nating committee to make the nec-
essary preparations for the Wash- tor of the school. Rabbi Jonah F
ington conference. I Caplan, spiritual leader of the
In the weeks prior to the cele-
bration, the students collected
S200 for the planting of 100 trees
in Israel in honor of Temple Adath
Yeshurun Religious School.
The ceremony was directed by
Yehuda Segal, educational direc-
u a r i q s
Richter. Mrs. Sum. ;;. of S261 Ooi
STOLLER-.
s\V I2th
Rlverald .
Aii-i. Mat-He, BS,
St. Riverside.
cl 'I'M
i -J71 ni:
fol-
Nill SCHIfF
Bank Elects
Schiff to Board
Neil Schiff, builder and develop-
r, has been elected to the Board
f Directors of University Na-
onal Bank in Coral Gables.
Schiff, a long-time resident of
Jiami, lives with his wife. Bar-
ara. and their three children in
--outhwest Miami. They are mem-
ers of Temple Beth Am.
Schiff is currently president of
.'ie Home Builders Association of
south Florida. He is a member
WEN2EL. I.....is. 7S. of
IS2nd Si. Riverside.
KAHN, Saul II. in v. 87, f ;||-,
llns Ave iii.-.i !*, i.. y. Services in
New York. Rlvi rslde.
PAIGE, Mrs. Evelyn, 88, New York
city, died pb. 7. Services in
Rrooklyn. Riverside.
perrin. Mrs. Marjorie, 83, of SOC
wesi vve. .,,i,i w.-si Enitlev......I,
' 'I "1 fan, :'!. Servlci h in New
lork. Riverside.
DROOKS, Charles, 87, ..f 91*1 Proude
Ave Services in Brooklyn. Rlv.
.'si,I,'.
KURLAND Wp. Cella, 71. of R110 SW
lth Si Cordon.
SOBOlfff. \i. Retina, 72. 2J10 SW
'mi, ,. eiordoa
SATCOWITZ. Morris. BS, of I HOI NK
1.4th M died Feb. I. Services in
v* ork. Riverside,
FEINBERG. l....., .:, Inland Ave. s,i.
vi,. s iii Bronx. Riverside
GOISHEN. E]|, ,-.y. ,,f iL,; | ,.nx
Aye, Servlcen in Rrnnx Vi,,.,.:,!.
UvilPH-0,TZ- '-"'"'" l",l- W. "f '3410
York.6tRH.v4s'uie ^^ '" "-
SHAPIRO. Ijavid, 78. Of 1240 i:rli,l
A-.-, s, rvloa* in New York
don.
JAMRMARKT, FVl\1d H
4"tll Si died Jan sn
New York. Riven i.l.-'.
YESSIN. Pnvld 70, of ::-ll BW 23th
St. Riverside.
SIMMOWITZ. Charles, 71, of :!.".ii
I Venn Ave, Servlcen in Brooklyn
Riverside.
singer, Israel, IKS, ,.r 1433 Collinc
Ave. Services in New York, lims-
berg.
POSNICK, Abr.ihnm, 88, ,.f 7331 Col- I
Services in New York.
Collins
Sew -
of 2004
Rivei -
..r l.vr.
intreal.
9, i.r
Rlv
'"I"
Gor-
.",11, ,,f R40
Services in
marcus. Alexander. Si, of 1001 Col-
i.ns Av-.. ,i,,.,, Jan. ;,. Bervtoes In
iW.,lmrv >". Riverside.
f 80S SW 7Hth
St.. Riverside.
i. Of 4141 Collins
in Norfolk. Va.
lerl
i:..-i..n
MELLEN, .\|rK |;,
: elld Av. R|vM
[ the Government Research Coun-i AvW"CsJfvicea
ii, Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
i lerce. the Julian Eaton Founda-
:on. and the Economic Society of
paul. Nathan, si
Ave., dl.d Jan.
furman. Morris
Ave. Services
Newman.
GR.E,NARD. Dr. Arthur, Rfl, ,.f 4441
Srerrt.te* *"**" '" B>-ookC..!
GF?D^^;,,.K''""""- "'' "> **
HARDY. Albert! SIS
Collins Avi
Newman.
Rer-
hv, 77,
f 32S
30,
in
"f B701 Collins
1 leveland, ex
Samuel
d N.Y.C.
>. f -233 Collins
uieti Jan. :'v. Riv-
n'i-w ma
DILLON,
Ave ai
< rci.U...
FRIEDBERG. Mrs
Of 177ii Cllii
RIvnrHMe,
RE?HMAN; Mrs. .1,.,,,.,,,.
Id '"'''' ,:l" **
TAUBER, Oeonre 7'.
GREEN. Joseph, 89, of
-I- Kivi-i-i.l...
I LAZAR, .\|ls Ulcllle, 57
10th St. b'ervlces In
Si'U in;, ii.
1 LUPU, Samuel, >;:. ,,f .,7,,, ,.,,,:.
Dr. S. L. Schwartz, director ofj **J 8cvlces In \.- York.
Search Associates, Inc., a Miami-, kotler
Rd
>outh Florida.
Also elected to the board were
:. N. Belcher, of Belcher Oil Com-
pany, and Capt. John Halliburton,
xecutive vice president of East-
rn Airlines.
Officer Managers Hear Talk
Carolyn Harden
Ave., .li.-.i Jan, 2s
Id, ni
River-
of 3607 SW
Rival-side.
TH" B\V .Mil
of 224{ s\\
-\'i York,
New -
I "T.'.""*-" W'illi.,,1, ,;., ,,f .-,. ^.... .
rased firm of industrial psycholo-i -'- '-' Jan. 28. t!ordi.
. tRNTI;R- Herman, 86,
wists. was guest speaker at the
dinner meeting of the National
Office Management Association on !
Wednesday evening at the Miami
Skyways Hotel. Topic of his ad-,
my*, ,n..,i-ju:v.,r ::""
nranucui
don
BURNSTE.N Charlea, of ,,.:,
HARR'i'"li '"! IH Riverside.
l.in Ave.. (lied Jan. 17. S, rv
in .\. York. Riverside
ress was "Psychology in Busi- masin, Murray, 60, 17498 MB 4th
died Jan. in. s.ivk-.s m
llns Av
New man.
RESNiCK, Joseph, '',7. of '.>"
Ave Sei ^ Ices in Ni a V01
man.
ALEXANDER, William. 71,
SW 21sl Ter ili.-.l Jan. :7.
sid. .
WEINBERG. Samuel W 72.
CoUlnr Ave, Services in M
Riverside,
MARCHER. Mrs. liar barn
1500 Raj Rd., died Jan 19,
erside.
MICHELSON. Aaron A. -.. of
i'I. veland R.I. New man.
SILVERSTEIN. Mrt Addle Jacobs SO
of 2343 NW 2nd Si died !'
Riverside,
WHITE. Sidney T., 01. ,,f 75(1 S3th si
died I'M. 8. Itlvei-alde.
COOPER. Jacob, ;:. of I".".:. Meridian
A\. Services in New V'ork Rlv.r-
side,
RAYBIN. Wolf, 71. of I9III Collins
Ave. Services in .\'.. York. Itlver-
sMei
RESSLER. Louis, 75, of 2001 Collins
Ave, Services in New fork. Hordon.
arden. Mrs. Margaret, 80, of 2135
Bay Dr., died FVb. 7 Riverside
FESSLER, Henri, 63, .,f 1940 I'ark
Av.v, dini Fet.. 6. Riverside
Schwartz. Dr. Jacob R., BR, of
7525 Adventure Ave died l', b. ;
Services In itockvilli. Center NY
Riverside
Tatar, Harry Abraham, s:'. of 1522
Euclid Ave. Services in Ohio. Rlv"
e rslde,
APPLEBAUM. Mrs Elsie, 68 f "7r,
g*. SlS,A**| S, ,vi,.s in MapleH.....I,
-> J, llw ersid >.
BERNSTEIN. Jacob, 75 .,f IV \|-
62nd St, Riverside.
MASS, In Jose, :,7. f :;;:;n jjvv 7,1.
si. KIv.tm.I...
CALASH. Altiv.l. BO, of IL,'L SW 13th
*' ''''-' >'[ Riverside.
KAHAN. I.,,,s. ::,, of 71-, |.:,.|,,| Aw.
:'.,;. K,!,..,;i,,.:"1'"'In Y"
SCvvWAR,TZ' A Al1"'1' '"' "6
>\. 188th St., New York Clt' Serv-
OALAM i','." y"lk ''i,v- Riverside,
shAS!' Al";-'1. 60, f 142] SW 13th
si. Itlversldp.
JANOFSKY. Jacob, 81. of 2642 Col-
l'li- Av... Gordon.
GREENBERGER, 1 -. Arthur .1. 72,
No. 64 C 1387
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You, Roger I "esjardli are lierehj
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of your Answer or Pleading to the Mill
of Complaint on (he Plaintiff's iittor-
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!: II I.KATIIRRMAN. Clerk,
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In
'N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
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Cunrl .' I lade < 'ountj I'
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61686-C
RR' R-tnte of
John a sayman,
IWi 1 seil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'r.. mi Creditors ami All Persons
Having claims or Demands Attains!
Said Rstate;
You are her*.bv notified and r>-
quired to or.-s..nt an) clalme ;!"! de-
"an,u whli-h \ "ii may have as Id*i
. estate of JOHN A RAYMAN, di -
ceased late of Dnde c.....nv. Plorida.
to the County Juilcee of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
nil ,,^ iirovlded in Sectl n 7! 16,
I'I..11.1.1 Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in n.1.1.
County, Florida, within six .-ni. 11,la >
(seal) II I' ll'KL VND
DenutyCli
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months from ih.- time ..f th-
utlon hereof, r th.- sami
be Imrred.
I -at. ,1 hi M ami, FI01 la, this
da) of 1". In uai v. A I' 1964
< 1. V11;' SAYMAN
\s i:\,.,Mi.ii\
First publication of Ibis
lh, 1411 il -. I in-,
Ki 'M Mi'i. \- Ri ;i: ;~
Attorneys for Rxecutsix
12 I in. nln Road
Mann B.111 II, Florida
t/U, i ,3t
flr-t
will
llt'i
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATF DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Til A I.l. TO WHOM THRSK PRKS v
f 1318 Jai ks
ices
si Hollyw.....1
Nev, York died r, I, ,; s.-rv
\r York, Rlverald*-,
LFRM.AN, Alex, 9083 Byron tv
1 ei.. :.. Rivandde.
.mf'i^'^, '.""''- = i.-i l.v of Ml-
7wvi- \&u >......-
cohen. Jacob, 7J, of !4i
1 anca-i i Riverrtd, "
G.LAS.TE'N. .Mis. Clara
i:\TS SUM.I. IMMK. liRKRTIN
\\ In re is, ANN K V.i'M IH M
AMI. PLORIDA \ II w 11 .. -i- vil
VMI. I'I IRII' \ AR.M il.D .1 STRRN
Ml \MI, I- LultlD \ did on III. 2i
ol Si 1.1. :,:!. r, A.D. IS t,, I..
.
Stati of II..1 Ida 1 '1INPIDRNTI VI, I'I
S vXi'R CORP., a corporatloi
its prini Innl pi ie. ol ImslnesH ., mi-
ami. DADK COCNTY, In thi
"i I lorldn, and ulierear such cormir-
"""' did "ii the I Hi da) of F'ebru ir\
\," to he filed In I lie
'.....' the s... retnr) : Stab of the
Stale of Florida, il,. documentart
authorlt) required under Sec t Ion
grs..., Plorida Stal it... showing the
dissolution of sui h corporation
N.., therefore, the Sei rel in of
S ate does hereb) 1 rl f) to lb, f,...
going and that he Is satisfied lhal
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tin- < iiinial. this ii. TKNTII dav
PRRRl'ARY, A 11 r.i 1,>
iseal) TOM ADAMS,
Secretar) ,.t State
: .'I .;i
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
'N TH^ NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
,,''. -V'1' T" VVHt>M THRSK PRKS
BNTH SHAM, TOME, GREKTIn!IS
"hereai BART I. COHEN, Ml-
.i.v,.,: '.'.'!'.K.I.I.,A;.- MAroerV
NOTICE UNDER
Fictitious NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRRItY OIVFTN that
lb. imdi-miuned, deslrinff t. ongage
'.n ler the fictitious nan ,
IOSR II MOREION A ASS. m-
I 724 Seyhold Bull
.....la, Intend to regisli-i
1I1 the Clerk ..1" t^l Clr-
:nt Co iri -i'.,.1.. Conntv, j-1
' .-'' II MORFJi i\
PERCY It v:rii a
'"i 1 1:1 1 iMRBRC
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'N tuc riprui-r COURT rvp tmj
ELFVFMTH -lUniCIAL riRRUIT OF
FinRiDA IN ANn FOR nr>E
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. ft.ir.iXM
\\'-'-T\ M PBRXAXI>BZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HECTOR r PEHNANDEZ,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO HEGTOHH PRRNANDRK
Poar Win.is and Seven Se:\
It- Mtanriint
Hotel s.i, inan
Ban .limn Puerto rth-n
YOC, HECTOR II PtSRNANDRZ
s-oar lnds and Seven Sea Rests |J
rant. Hotel San Juan, San 111 an,
'""'" Rleo are required t.. file v.. ir
inswer to th- Complaint foi DI'
with the clerk of the above Court
mi1 s-ry. ., c in) th. ,..... ,, oino
^egrettl.Attorney 10-1| Onaress
';;;; Miami, Florida, on or before
h* "' \i."-' '' 1964 ..r else,
';i-;'" ated Feb. nan 5th I 1
Il I.RaTHERM \\ Clerk,
' "' ''......tv, Florida
'' : 1 P ''iin.ANi.
Deputy Clark
- 7-14-21-2x
C|rr ,11 ,
Is. ,,|)
died
l.ak
.ess." Lydia Harrison, of the Kis-
Jak Corporation, was program
hairman, and. Georga Christoph-
r, of Norton Tire Company, was
::i charge of arrangements. H.j weJde.
Glenn Jonei is chapter president, j H^H1T;i,|!"uis
Av
.Brooklyn. Rlversldr
4NM?'i-M2 ';Vr,":' ,l;irili" "'
eralaaf "' '* ,:iv"
KAPLAN, Mrs. Lena. 75 of
sw urii Tar., died Janf'
IB.
of I00.V Calais Or.
M.'fl
Rlv-
ziPiN, .\ir*. Praooee, :,
Ol !.:.3 Col-
s..,v;l.,:s-i;;'Ti1ii;;u.vf.'- rd
-1 sid-.
Hlphta. Riv.
state of Horlda
the Capital, this .
lay ,f PEBRCARV
(sealj -|., ,M
t Heal ,,f n.
Tiill.hass, ^.
UW TWKI.iih
KaAu lWM
Secretary of Bute
! 2t/4
(Seal)
F 1 ,K"n '-onfe-senl
dwkoj the circuit Conn
Miami, Elorldii
C. IV rnl'i:i,ANl), f
Mptrry Clerk, *
- II, !8. 3,0


riday. February 21. 1964
*. IrnUI rtrrirffrin
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. 61949-A
IlltO ol
n.i.Vi:.
i-.-.i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I, Ml <"red and All I oni
lima or I 'man. i> A i
Ian
hi notified .nlr.
I'd to iiivHfnl an) claIms ..ml de-
a I i 11 niH) h.t Ve .-.. ii *
,. ol HAKKY TKIJ.BII, de-
... ,i i.Hi- ..i l '.nil- County, i
| Count) Judges ..I' l iadt> i n
i .i Hi., the (Mime in ihi|.||i .1:.
., |. i.\ ill- >l III Beel hui >'... 1 >.
I statutes, iii their ..ifloi a In
Count) Courthouse In Dade
E .mi.v. Florida, within ."iN cakmiai
1 1- from tin' time f the firal
bniiration hereof, ur iin' Biiiiie v. in
red.
Hi Miami. I'll.'iila. thin Mill
,,1 February, A I >. 1964.
LORRAINE KRAUSS
Ah Administratrix
l-'ir-i pu ilicatlon .i thlfl notice on
. Mill .ic) 1.( February, 1:".:.
I VMOPK l.i i.\ I M l.N
ney f<>r Adminlstrgl 1 i\
1 X.W. tth Street
:' II. 81, 28, 'I li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICB is HEREBY II1VEN that
.....lei Ignt 'I, desiring t" el
[1 1 sine** under the fictitious name
I cms BY EXCEL al Suite .".I".
'in,,.In It..a.I. .Miami Beach, Fla.,
|i 1.' 1 rti-i. I name iih
1. Clerk of ili.. Circuit Court "f
County, Florida.
I1ETSIE BXOBL, Sole Owner
Ml. KWITXEY
I.VBKH1 EIX, KWITXEY &
I......'IS
neys for Applicant
Ri ad
: 11. :'. 2% '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12i3
> < Mi HALL.
1 mm.
,l>l! \ Mi II VLB,
1 >' ml.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ni>i:a Mi IIOI.E
rngrahnm N. \\".
Washington, l), 1'.
and
l". s \mm;a M.HAI.K
11 tSener.ll l>ellvp|')
\\ a-in n>; 11.11. I >. C.
1 1, SAXDK \ Mi 11 VI.K an here-
l>> notified thut .1 ''..mi.....ni for DI-
^"i I11 been 1.1..! agulnsl you( and
ri 1 i 1 to nerve a cop) I
\ n surer ,.1 ||t. idlllg t,, Hi,. -11111.
I> 111 on the IMnintlfl .1 loi nej. .1.
I'.vVID LIK1IMAX, ::'. North Krome
Avenue, Homestead, l-'l.....In. ami file
.the original Anawt r or I'leadlng In
''i.....fflce ..1 the Clerk of the Circuit
ni in- I11 fore Hi. nth da) of
March, 1964. If you fall to 'I" s...
ni by default will !> taken
isiuini you for th< relief demanded
in the Kill 1.1 Complaint.
T la notice shal i>- puhllahed once
i h week for four consecutive weeks
1 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAX.
DUNG AND ORDERED al .MIAMI.
1 1 ..la. thin 3rd da) "l February,
\ U Is64.
1:. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ii'.in 'nil. Pads County, Florida
[ an Court St-nll
Uy: c. p. copkland,
Deputy Clei k
DAVID I.IEHM.v.N
I North Krome Avenue
li.-iii. >i..,.j. Florida
IV1 torney for Plaintiff
- :. 11. si. i'n
-mycm
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Oh, now I see you diaper
him like a Hamantaschen!"
Copt. 196], Dayenu Production*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. 62023-C
III III! KBtllte ..f
M VRY I- KIMI.
Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'.i All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands I ..
Said Estate:
You ai ', nil n i| iii -
ed i" present any el tlnis and
which you may have against thi
--i.il.- of MARY PRIML deceased
late of Dade County, Florida,
in Hi- County Judges of Dade Coiin-
' y. and file the name In duplli ..
ami as provide I In Section 7.: I 9
Florida Statutea. in Hun offices In
the Count) Courthouse in |>ade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si.s calendai
month! from the time '.f the fii-i n ih-
Ileat ion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 30th
day ui' January, AH. 1964.
JEROME UOLDMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Tin day of February, la64,
' :i >i.i ".man. ii()i.nsi-i:iN
& PACZIBR
Attorne) for Executor
-"! Weal l- lagli 1 Street
- '. 14, Si, L's
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hkreiiv hives thm
the nii'i' 1 -signed, di'slrlng I" engage
in business under Ihi fictitious name
of ill.Al'WIN Al'ARTMEXTS al 236
an.I !4."i .''Hi Stret, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends in register said name
h h ih< 1 'i. rk of ihe Circuit 1
..: I..... ( anil ( Florida.
I" IROTHY SOLKOFF
KOVNKH ft MANXHKIMER
Attorneys for I'.....Ill) Solkoff
.- : 1. SI, .'-. : S
1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61725-B
In RE: Batllte of
SAM BBRfi
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having Claim- ..r Demands Against
saiii Estate:
V..11 an hereby notified ami requir-
ed i" present any claims ami demand*
which you may inn., against the
I estate >"i sa.m BERG deceased
late nf Dade County. Horida,
to ill- County Judges ..1' Dade Coun-
ty, ami iii- iii" -.mi,, iii duplicate
ami a.- provided in Section 7SS.11
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin- 1 "1 -11 in > 1 uun hu.isa 1 ia
ty, Florida, within six calendar
im.nilis from ill, tune of me in-, i. .
Heat ion hereof, or tiie same will be
barred.
Dated a' Mi-.mi, Florida, n. 5th
lay uf February, A 1> Unit.
i;i.AI.Ys BERQ
As Administratrix
First publication of Iliis notlee ..n
iii.- ;iii day of February, 1964,
SIIKVIN. ii"(i|".MA.\ Ai ,|(ii. 1 /.MAN
Attorneys for Gladys Berg
:: Hi Se) I...M Building
.Miami :ii'. Florida
2 7. It, 21, gg
NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 8A4
ROBERT M MI'TZ
Plaintiff
-vs.
r \ 1 I.A MI'TZ
I ""!' ml nil
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T( I'AII.A MI'TZ
Iti -i lent I'iiknun n
You, Paula Muts, are hereby mtl-
fi,.l thai a Rill ..f Complain I for Di-
vorce has 1.....1 filed against you, and
you are required f" serve a copy < your Answer or Pleading i" the Bill
of Complaint ..11 the Plaintiffs ..;-
torney, STANI.KY E. IIOODMAX,
26MI N \\ ;:' Street, Miami. Florida
33147 an,I file the original Answer or
Pleading In ih.- office ..f the Clerk of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ilu- citvuit Court "ii <,r before the
I IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
ll'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 970
TI.CV Mil' NATI'iNAI. HANK OF
vMl, a corporation existing iindei
1 laws "f On- I'nited States of
1 rli... a N.iiloi al Banking
|i poration,
if r.
\ s.
IV -Ii 'I "WIN ami
II IM, Ci "l"\\ IN. Ills Wife, .1 al,
I > fi ndants.
NOTiCL BY PUBLICATION
Ri lY 1 ;i -I "\\ IN and RACH KL
''I'WIN. his un'<\ residence 1111-
1 wn, If Ih Ing : unknow 11 -i"
ii i-.-m.ui i..i. ami 11 dead, then un-
i.ii-.w n spi -i-i -. If remarried: all
- --.- 11 I" Irs, devlsei
. lleiiois, redItors, -
'.....i- othel w Ise lalmlng by,
|i .;i). iincli 1 01 agu a-i 1 lie alii
|1 "Y litHIW IN 11.1 II \' lli:i.
win. his ir. an.1 against
i. ,n- baviiiR 01
I'1 -' '- luo......ight, 1 I--. : In-
in ..1 lo ilu pi npi rl) lien 111
1 ibed.
1 \M r \. 11 11| YoC on In n
.. Complainl In F01 e-
certalu 1 1
1 pro rty, to-wit:
? n Bio k 1 of 1 1:1. M v m 'I:
fl l:i II M'l" ClOX, III onlillK lo
1.1 ih. of, 1. iiriii .1 iii pial
. ol ih. Public
>rds ':' Dade 1 "ounl \. I 1 da !
.11-. know]
. IMia k IS, I.Ki: M \N' IR KS-
} i-'.rilini; in iin- 1'iai there-
iis recorded In I'lal Book 63, SI
1 '<. of ihe Public I!.-, in.is 1.1
''" luty, Flnrlds .
n duly Hied against you and
F-1 1 i|Uii 1 1 servi .. opy ol
vnsw 1 or i", mltng lo the 1 '0111
" Phi nun attorney, \i \1.-
I FRIEDM \.s. ji .-.
1 I 11-. Ml ml [2, I- loi Ida, and
*..... Iglnal Viiswei 01 I'll .'.1 na
J-. "Ii.- Cli ik Hi. Clr-
L' 1 on 01 bi fore Ih 2nd day
t'1' 1 -" If ..... fail lo .1" so,
lit ii ||| u ill be 1.......
you for the r. lief 1I1 iiiundi .1
1 ">n plaint.
. il be |. lb Ixhi .1 oni
"li for four ill oni.. ullve
til THE JKWISII Kl.OKIl)|AN
Nl- l->ll ORDERED al Miami,
' 'In- 2,th da) ol January,
.... 1
. LEATHERM w. Clerk.
' Is..... Count' Florida
B) '' P COPELAXD
Ueput) Clerk
1/11, -'. 7-14-21
1 titli day of March, 1964. ir you rail
lo ii" so, Judgment by default lll be
taken agafnat you for the relief de-
manded in tli" Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall nt published once
.11. h ."k for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH Kl.oKll-IAN
lni.NI-: AND ORDERED nt Miami.
rlorldu, this i"ili da) "f February,
A.D. IMI.
1: B. LEATHERMAX, Clerit,
Clrcuil Court. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) It. II. RICE,
Deputy Clerk
8TAXI.EY I-".. (IOODMAX
l'i.w n w 62nd Sti'. I
Miami. Floi Ida
I'M- : .1 I -0380
: I. 21, 2S, 1 ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS 11 III! I :u V lilYEN thai
Hi" uderslgned, desiring t" eng 1
itti-im-- under ill" fictitious name
of Cm i|> SPOT Ti"" Red Road,
South Miami, .ni.! l'-".'" Bird Vvenue,
Miami, Intendi > register said name
n-lth Hi Clerk of Hi- Clrcuil Court LEOXABD <1 KOEKT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61869-B
Iii RE: Estate of
SAMUEL. 8. KOVAC8
I ice".!-- d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraons
ti.i.iMt claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Ynu ur. hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims ami demands
which ).......ay have against the
estate "f SAMCEL KOVACS de-
ceased late of 11.ni.- County, Plorlda,
to ilu- County Jiiilgca of Dade Coun-
ty, and file Hi" same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 731.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
tli.- County (-".inh'.iis" in liu ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
on rred
i'.i'".1 ai Miami. Florida, this lili
da) "i February, A.D. IU64,
1.1 his 1:, ki iv.v s
A- Administrator
Cum Ti -lanii..... Ann. \n
Fli -1 pubili iin.11 of tiit!. i,,.i i, on
Ihe Till da) ol Feliruary, 1964,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61720-C
In RE: Estate nf
ISIDOR HAUER
I ', "".IS.-ll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demanus akuiiui
Said Kstate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate "f ISM.mi HAIKU deceased
late "i Dade County, Florida, to in.
County Jan;"- ,.f Bade ount). and
file iin- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Sei lion 73S.16, Florida Sta-
tuti In their ufn,. .11 .... .. ... ,
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendai months fn>m ih
: line of the fii si publication thei eof,
or 111" sain,. Hnl .....,, ..
Daled it Miami. Florida, this 11I1
du) I hrual y, I9l I,
- I'REDERICK It. SCHER
As Administrator I "l'.\
First publication of III on notice
"ii Hi.- T1I1 dil) "I Ki I., iih I 1 I-Mit
Alto.NOVlTZ, SILVER ft SCHKR
i"7 Alnsle) Bldg., Miami. Kla
Attorne) for Admlnistrati r CTA
-' .". 14, 21, :'>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61808- B
l.N RE: Bstnte of
MAN :> 'i 'I 'MAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IN
llavitiK Maim- or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified ami !-,-
quired in iin .-, nt anj chtlnis and de-
mands which you ma) have against
iin- estate ..1 MAN > ;< < n ".man de-
ceased late "f Made Count)', Florida
i" iin- Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami fii,. thK same In dupiicute
and as pnn Ided In s. ctlon .::; 16
hlorlda Statutes, in their offices in
im.- Lount) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, l-'l.'iiila, within six calendar
months from the lime ..f tin. rmn
publication hereof, 01 the same will
in- barred.
- .11ISEPH T, 'ii 10I1.MAN
- KI Til B. GO 'OMAN
Kveculors
CAIPIN ft Rl ITHEXBERO
Attorneys for Executors
Miami. Florida
IO0 Biscayne Building
- '. 14, 21, 28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenislh fhrldMaun
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48577-C
IN RE: Estate "<
DAVID HIRSH
I.......i-.-.l.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N"< "Ti' I-: Is hi 1.. given thai 1 hi
filed 11 rlwtl Report and I'etltlo
iHatrihutioii and Final Dlschargi
K\.. atrix "f 'In- state of DAV11
HIRSH, deceased: and thai "ti ilu
ii.tii da) of M.i Ii, I1'64, will apply 1
the Honorable Count) Judges "f Dad
'ounl |. Floi Ida, for approi al "f sal
Final 1:....." and foi distribution at
final 'ii- hi -- a* Executrix ol I
eslati of the alsive-named deci
riiis 24th da) of January, r.'iil.
- SYLVIA HIRSH
1 :\.-.
KOVXER ft M \NMii:i.\ii:i:
.".1111 I Hi 1 ion I I'la/a ('enter
Miami. Floi Ida
B) \v ali.-i C. K.-\ i:- -. \ 1 torney
I 31. 2/7-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN
',.'... litious name
A US-SI I l"l. 1 ... I5HH 7!'lll Si. Calif
way, So "1 Its \ lllage, i' n Intern
i<> reglslet sahl na llle with the Clei
nf iin- 1 "Ircuit ('..in 1 ..f I 'ade 1
Plorid
,H 'IIN A DeVIVO
Sole 1 "iv ner
\N II '.il A. Al.l
Attorney f >r 1 iwner
(00 Alnsli ) Bldg., M ami, F
f Unili County, Florida.
I-IK.-I' II ft C CORP.,
and
URi iVK M C iVUll'
VIA IN s C \\VN
Vlloi ney for V| plli at 1
I I.im olti Road
H .''. :
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA
No. 56572-A (Blanton)
RE EST \ I'K 1 'I
II AKi'l.l' S. SBWTi iX,
11,.,-,. -, 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni ITICE Is !" 1 Ii) eiven 111.1t I havi
fii, ,i mi final |s>t' and petition for
Final 1'is. Ii irisi as KXECITOR nf Ihe
, 1 ,-. of HAROLD s SEW Tl IN. di -
1 ii..1' on iii" 2nd da) 1
\l \ 1;. 11 iin.t. will appl) i" Hi" Hon-
orable W I-' I'.I.AN'I'dN Count)
"I-' Mi 1.its. It El MAX & KACI.AN"
At tot 111 j for Admin \
11." S.V\. 1st St. .,|
Miami a.. Florida
- 7, 1 1. 21. :*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 960
It \\ 1: K UtP,
1 -la intlff,
CHARLES D K VRP,
I ..1. iidaul
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IC CHARLES I >. KABP
.. Erederli k cltlln
:" I last risl St reel
Apt. .
Mnnil 1 i.i 11, N. n v..1 k, N Y.
You, Charles li 1. lien b)
notified that a Bill ol t omplalni lor
judge of i'.i.I- County, Florida, fo "' '"' Hill or i omplalni lor
innnivnl of said final 1 nd foi Divorce lias been riled against you,
final dli EXECCTOR of th..... "i...... to serve a cop)
I'si it, ,.f II Mli'l.li s SEWToX.de- >""' Answer or I'leadinii lo the
'.-"'". '" *' Bill ..1 Complainl mi the V ...
ceai .1
This 27th .lav of Jan lan Ili4.
SIDNEY N MSHT \T
EX HCl'Ti lit "i Ihi Bsta
II Mil M 1 > S SEW n 'X, 1.....ii .1
II \l:iii.n sll VI'IRO
An,.. 11. > 1..1 Executor
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
Si iTICE IS HEREBY t!l\ EX II '
the unil
Inl-im s- unil' 1 Ihi
MISS I' \V IKIUIN U.S al 1"-" N 1:
7-tli Road Mian I, '"'- '"
1.....11 1 h ihe 1 "' rs "1
Ihi "In nil Courl ol lade County,
t
PATRICI \ BAK Ci:
Soli i\\
Belgel, Albei I. Wi Iss ,\ Lyons
\i torni 1 V| ..nt
1463 W. Klagler Sin 1 1
1 31, -' t-ii-:'I
11 torney, Sam BI......1. 20 S'.E First
M 1 and file 1 lie
1 Iglnal Ain-w.-i or I'leadlng 111 the
111. ..i" iin 1 li 1-!. of tli. Clrcuil
. Niurl "ii "i helot,- t In Jit'l da) "i
M..I-. h. 1964. If von fall t" 'I" s...
" lu in. ml will In taken
1-.111.-t you for tin- I' lief il. iii.im.IimI
in the I 1 laint.
This notice shall l" published once
.,, li u < ek for four consei
,n THE JEW Is-M I- UiBH 'l \N
DONE VXD ORDERED
- h da) ..1 ,i.. 1
AH. I ".I
I-- II 1.1: ITHKRM \N. Clerk,
I'll'' It Ci Dade Count) Floi Ida
By: K. M LY.MA.N
1.....i) 'lerk
s WI BLOOM
in s ;: i-'ii st Am
Miami. FI.....I.i
Ainu ne) for Plaintiff
1,31. 2/7-11-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT:
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62121. B
In RE: Estate of
KIXtlSTl IX URI i|i\Vi illl,
.......-..I
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
I All 1 itltol .111,1 All i'el -n-
HaviiiRs Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hi r, h) notified and re-
i|iin-"il t.. 1.1-, nt an) claims and de-
II amis win, i, v..,, u) ii.. s. ugalnsl
the estate ..1 KI.ncsi'i in (IRiil).
u "Hi. used li......f 1 lade Coun- '
ty, Florida, t.. ihe Count) ludgi ..1
Dade otinty, mid file Hie same In
duplicate .111.1 a- provided ,11 Sec I Ion
'.. Florida Statutes, in I hell ..1-
li' hi Hi.- 1 'ount) 1 'ourthouse :n
Dade Count), Flo Ida, >v Ithln -i\
an ndi......nths from ihe urn.
ih.- in-.-! publication 11 -
sami v. ill In hat
I 'ai"'i .11 M ami, 1 li 1 la, tills T'li
da Fi hrual I \ I Mifi 1
IM l.N \ tllti 'I A\ 1 .III,
Is Executrix
Ursl Iblli -i.....11 this nol
tin 14th 1 In na 11 unil
j" >\ SI II ,v ^l VXXHEI.MER 1
Executrix I
II 1 i >uponl l'i .
2 11, ; I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si I'lCE I- HEIIEIIY CilVEN
Hi" unili rslancil, desli Ing I.....
. the ficiit tnii
ol CI'STOMER 1:1:1. A TI' 'N SER-
\ li 'I..-'
Miami Beach, I a.I- !
ri him. 1 said ivith 1I1. 'lerk "f
li. 11. nil 1 'nun .a I 'ade 'oiilllv, '
Florida
i : a ARD 1. I'.HRXS, Sole Own. r
PA I I. Is u ITSEY
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ruy ^ im/ vjenisri ituracaibfi Page 12-A +J&*1st Fk>ricifon Friday, February 21. UtR4 Preparing to read the Megillah at Beth DavMarcia Cypen, Alan Kaplan, Bernard Sork, id Congregation on Wednesday evening in Shelley Beer, and Henry Issenberg. Jeffrey the main sanctuary are (left to right) Jerome Ram is not shown. Orlin. Carl Passoff, Mark Marbev. Bruc Kater. Teens to Fore At Purim Fete Beth David Congregation will continue its tradition of honoring teen-agers. On Purim eve. WedHMkiy. Feb. 26, at 7:15 p.m.. the following teenagers wlil chant seeded portions of the Megillah in the main sanctuary: Shelley Beer. M-ircia Cypen. Henry Issenberg. liruee Kaler Man Kaplan, Mark Marbey. Jer. me Orlin. Carl I'assoff. Jeffrey Rom and Bernard Sork. Introducing each chapter in Engish will be Barbara Berke. Judith "lie man. Rebecca Hood win. Linla Kaplan and Barbara Levine. Groggers and Hamatascben will ie distributed to the children ihrough the coiirtesy ol the Sisterlood. The traditional reading of the Megillah will be held in the chapel prior to the service. Rabbi Schiff in Review 'The Conversion of Chaplain Cohen" will be reviewed by Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth 'ti\ and president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami on Tuesday. H p.m.. at the I. L. Peretz School 1545 S\V 3rd St. Beth Jacob Will Honor Abe Eisenberg at Banquet Sunday Abe Eisenberg, vice president of Riverside .Memorial Chapels, will be honored by Beth Jacob Congregation at a [unction on Sunday, 6 I :i at the Deauville Hotel The affair will a!-o mark the %  anniversary "i Beth Jacob. bi ribor Stern, spiritual leadIhi congi egation. will pay •ii Eisenberg ;is a pioneer nd other < ivic and institutions here r will be Florida f State 1 %  -l'.' ci'. Vice ini! l.cn. Zilbert. dinner chairman, will introduce guests, including newlyelected Metro Mayor Chuck Hall ;nd Circuit Judge Harold Spaet. Morris B. Frank, president of Beth Jacob, this week invited the community to take part in the twin Sun ay function honoring Eiseni I and the congregation's 30th anniversary. Reception will begin at i; p.m., v.ith a six-piece orchestra enterA special benediction will be recil %  i. Ja. and closing Mar. 24. Courses offered include "History cf Bible Times," with Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, as instructor; "Beginner's Hebrew," with Benjamin Niediwetzki, of Temple Or Olom, as instructor; and "Hebrew Through Values," a course with a requisite of ability to read and write Hebrew, with Benjamin Udoff, educational director of Temple Zion, as instructor. At 9 p.m.. a forum course will be ottered with the theme of "Giants of American Jewry." This course will offer a revolving faculty ol rabbis and educators. On Feb. 25. Louis Schwartzman v. ill present the life of Haym Salo mon. revolutionary hero. On Mar. ? %  Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, will give the life ol Mordecai M. Noah, famous Jewish consul. On Mar. 20. Dr. Donald Michelson. director of Hillel, at the University of Miami, will present the life of Judah P. Benjamin, fa mous J<" ish leader ol the Civ War era. On Mar. 17. Rabbi Mordecai !' di "! Temple Judi a. will pn -• I the life ol Louis Brandeis, Supreme Court Justice and Zionist leader. 'ii Mar 25, li.iiiiii Mfred Waxman, I Temple Zl n, will present Herbert il Lehman, meat Jewish -talesman and philanthropist Registration will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 2.">. at Temple Zion, at 8 p.m., and is open to candidates lor Sunday School teacher-" license and to all interested adults Moscow Asks Death Sentence For Eleven Jews Continued from Page 1-A that some of the defendants were Jews "because we do not pay attention to malicious slanders aroused in the west press from time to time. They are tried as criminals—not as Jews. Russians, Tartars or Cnkrainians." Since July, 1961, when death sentences were reintroduced in the Soviet Union for economic crimes, it is estimated that around 190 persons have b^en tried, convicted and executed on such charges. Of these, at least 95 were reported to have haobviously Jewish names and 11 others weie thought ro be Jewish. From R -i' %  it v ;>re] thai a Jew i alii %  edlj pbssi tuven articles that had purpot rom Israel. The report ol his an. t appeared in the loc;' Soviet new paper "\'< Iche i Renowned Cantor At Beth Tfilah Next Weekend Congregation Beth Tfilah. M %  ini Beach, has engaged U • • orld-renowned Cantor Leibi Schwartz, ol Argentin. to condu services on Friday evening at :> : %  p.m., and Saturday morniriu. 8:S'l a.m. He will be assisted by .To eph Cohen's ten-voice choir This is the first appearance in Miami of Cantor Schwartz, who recently gave a series of concerts in Israel. He has held positions in Johannesburg and Rio de Janeiro.! id is presently with the University Heights Center. 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r r • !" lrrnl • ,,• Dinner Here on Tuesday •JeWlSh FlOridian To Highlight Yeshiva Univ. IvLcmi, Florida, Friday. February 21, 1964 Section C Graduate School of Science %  *.. -*-•' t I A .0m>^ y^ %  %  -. fcctej %  .' : Wkt m" jM 11 >C* PP* %'. Wmm JACK POPICK LCO ROBINSON JACK CANTOR DUO AMONG PERSONS MAKING PLANS Top Leaders Gathered in Miami To Coordinate National Meetings Many of American Jewry's fi n-most leaders arc gathered in South Florida to coordinate plans ii r national meetings of Yeshiva University and its Belfer GradSchool of Science. Included in those working with Max J. Etra, chairman of Tuesday's dinner at the Sterling l honoring University President Samuel Belkin, and Joseph M Mazer, chairman of the Suni aj afternoon reception at the Fontainebleau, are the following: • Abraham (Al) Borman— prominent communal leader and hairman of the Borman Food -lures, operators oi Pood Fair Markets in Detroit. He has been a member of the Board of Truteea of Yeshiva University since 1060. Borman is a leading figure in Detroit's civic and philanthropic life. Me Is co-chairman of the Allied Jewish campaign of Detroit's Jewish Welfare Foundation and a past president of the Zionist Organization of Detroit. He is also a director of the Detroit Home for the Aged, United Hebrew Schools, Detroit Service Croup, the United Foundation and a leader in numerous other endeavors. Borman has been honored by many communal groups, and in 1960. received the Yeshiva University Award al the annual university dinner of the Detroit community. • Sol Furst—president and chairman of the board of the Circle Wire and Cable Corporation in Maspeth, Long Island. He was elected to the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University in 1955. Furst has compiled an outstanding record of leadership in philanthropic and communal undertakings, both in Long Island and nationally. He is honorary president and a director of the Queens Jewish Center. Forest Hills, and has been an active supporter of the United Jewish Appeal. American Red Cross. Federation of Jewish Philan thropies and many other such organizations. A dinner at the Sterling Hotel Tuesday night and a reception at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday afternoon will highlight a series of national gatherings in Miami Beach for Yeshiva University and its rapidly-growing Belfer Graduate School of Science. Dr. E. R. Piore, vice president for all scientific research of International Business Machines Corp.. will be honored at the 4:30 p.m. reception Sunday ut the Fontainebleau, at which Arthur B. Belfer will be present. Dr. Abe Gelbart, dean of the Belfer Graduate School of Science, will also take part in the gathering, which will serve to introduce one of the world's fastest growing science centers to American and Canadian Jewry. Joseph M. Mazer, a member ot the board of trustees of Yeshiva University, is serving as chairman of the reception. Abraham (Al) Borman. of Detroit, also a trustee of Yeshiva University, is co-chairman. Three outstanding Greater Miami leaders for the nation's first and largest university under Jewish auspices, Leo Robinson, J. A. Cantor and Jack S. Popick. were designated by Mazer as chairman of the Host Committee. Max J. Etra. chairman of the Board of Trustees, is chairman of Sunday's Sterling Hotel dinner, which will fete Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, on his 21st anniversary as president. Drs. Piore and Gelbart are considered among America's foremost scientists. Each man is an expert in the latest technique* of scientific research and its applications to today's ultramodern sciences which were mere dreams three decades ago. DR. SAMUEL EtLKIN SIX SCIENTISTS Six additional prominent scientists have been appointed members of the Scientific Advisory Council at Yeshiva University's Belfer Graduate School of Science, it was announced by Dr. Abe Gelbart, dean. They are: • Dr. Herbert M. Katzin, riirector, Eye-Bank Research Laboratory. • Dr. Willis E. Lamb Jr.. Professor of Physics. Yale University. • Dr. Karl Meyer. Professor of Biochemistry. Columbia University • Dr. D e a n e Montgomery, mathematician and professor. Institute for Advanced Study. • Dr. Abraham Pais. nuclear physicist and prolessor. Institute for Advanced Study. • Dr. Atle Selberg. mathematician and prolessor, Institute lor Advanced Study. a THE HORATIO ALGER STORY OF A DEDICATED HIGHER EDUCATOR Dr. Samuel Belkin: His Meteoric Rise From Instructor in Greek to President of a University ABRAHAM BORMAN SOt fURST Dr. Samuel Belkin, a distinguished scholar, author and educator, is in his 21st year as head of America's oldest and largest university under Jewish auspices. As president of Yeshiva University, Dr. Belkin has brought a rich background ot scholarship to the school, acquired first in two traditional centers of Jewish learning in Europe ana later in two of America's great univer sities—Harvard and Brown. Dr. Belkin's rise to prominence in higher education was underscored in 1957, when he was one of six college presidents selected by the U.S. State Depart ment to tell the Russian people about the purposes of American higher education in •America." the Russian language publication issued by the U.S. Information Agency in the Soviet Union. When he came to the United States in 1929 at the age of 18. Dr. Belkin could speak Polish. Yiddish an.l Hebrew—but no English. Nevertheless he was determined to continue his Studies and in 1934. after mastering the English language, he enroll ed at Harvard. The following year he received an honorary fellowship to Brown, where he received the Phi) degree in 1935 and was elected to Phi Bela Kappa. In the fall of the same year, he was appointed an instructor in Greek at Yeshiva College The next year, he also became an instructor in Talmud at the university's Rabbi Isaac Elchan an Theological Seminary. Rising swiftly through the academic ranks, he was named secretary of the faculty at the newly-organized Graduate School, now Bernard Revel Graduate School. in 1937. In 193J. he was appointed a member of the Executive Committee ol Yeshiva College which, because of a vacancy in the deanship, exercised the policy-making functions of that office. He was named a full professor in 1940. With the death that year of Dr. Bernard Revel, founder and first president of Yeshiva College, and head of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Dr. Belkin was named dean of the Seminary and member of t'le seven-man Executive Board which exercised presidential functions pending the election of a successor. On May 25, 1943. Dr. Belkin. not yet 32 years old. was elect ed president. Immediately he began a broad academic and physical expansion program. The lirst major act in this program i .1. the granting of university status to Yeshiva by the State Board of Regents on November it;. 1945. Since then the university's growth has continued at an ever increasing pace. I)r Belkin has been accorded numerous honors and tributes and has been singled out on many occasions by groups representing all denominations for his outstanding contributions to Amerias president of Yeshiva University, he received an honorary decan life. In June 1958. on the occasion of his 15th anniversary gree from Brown University, his alma mater. Dr. and Mrs. Belkin (the former Abby Polesie) reside in New York City. He is the father >! two children—a daughter. Mrs Linda Schuchalter of Monsey. N.Y.. and a son. Salo Maurice ol Israel. Dr. Peter G. Bergmann, chairman ol the Department ol Physics at the Belter Graduate School of Science at Yeshiva University, spent five years at the Institute for Advanced Study. Princeton, as a research assistant to the late Prof. Albert Einstein.



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?age 4-C *Jewistncridiain_ Gen. Evans Elected UF President At Fund's Seventh Annual Meeting United Fund's 1964 officers who will lead this year's campaign are (from lef* standing) James R. Brumby, vice president; John R. Ring, chairman of the board; William D. Singer, vice president. Seated are Gen. E. A. Evans, president, and Mrs. William O. Mehrtens, secretary. Two other board officers are Wilbur L. Morrison, vice president, and Charles L. Clements Jr., treasurer. 1963 Campaign Chairman Gen. E A Evans was elected president at the recent l-mwrr-Fund> seventh annual meeting m the Assembb Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Evans, former .Miami City Man ager spearheaded last years campaign. Which was the most suecessful in Dacle's United Fund historv. It marked the first time in seven years that the community went over the S3.000.000 mark Elected with Evans were six other board ofticers. three honorary chairmen of the board. 18 trustees, and 250 annual members. The three honorary chairmen of the board are John S. Knight, McGregor Smith and Comer J. Kimball. A certificate presented to each of them reads, "In perpetual recognition for his many years of voluntary efforts and devoted leadership in the best interests of the people of Dade County." Newly elected 19(i4 board O-ffi Brotherhood Fete At Emanu-E! In honor %  >! Brotherli 1 Week. the Brotherhood ol Temple En V.\ in v it e d n ml i club ol the Miam Communits Church t" bi on Monday i'":in; in S al tin' Temple, PiIrving Lehrman, sp leader ol Temple Emai Dr. R. Wiley Scott, minister "t Miami Beach Community Church, joined in a dialogue discussion. Cantor Hirsh Adler, of EmanuEl. presented appropriate musical selections accompanied by the music director of the Miami Beach Community Church, Her bert Hooper. President of the Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-El, Michael Sossin, and program chairman, Harold J. Segal, discuss programing with Dale K. Hovey, Miami Beach Community Church Men's Club president, and Kenneth Paul, program chairman. Highlight of the program Monday at the Temple consisted of a "Dialogue-Discussion" between Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, and Dr. R. Wiley Scott. Minuter of the church. Highlighted was the national observance of Brotherhood Week. C ers are John R. Ring, chairman ,,• the hoard; Evans. James R. BWmby, Wilbur \. Morn-im-und William I) Singer, vice presidents; Mrs William <> Mehrtens, secretary; and Charles I., dements Jr., treasurer. Thirteen trustees reelected to three-year term, "ere Dr. Julius Alexander, Alfred H. Daniels, Robert II File, Richard C Fullerton Mis John C Harrison, Jaj i K.s'lak. James I. Knight. John It Hint; William I). Singer. Leonard .! spring, l.ee A. Tatel. Mitchell Wolfson and J. Luckett Yawn Jr. Three new trusteeelected to three-year terms were Atwood Dunwody, Mrs. M Leu is Mall Jr.. and William L. Pallot. Two trustees elected to complete vacant terms expiring in 1963 and 1965 are Sidney I) Ansin and II II Bassett. The 250 annual members elected were selected from among thou sands o( Dade citizens who contributed meritorious services dur inthe pasl v The luncheon meeting was presided over by outgoing prosident, John R. Ring, v.ho reported on the highlights of the 1963 campaign. Last year Uritd Fund reached a total of $3,046,085, or 101 2 percent of the S3,008,8J8 leers w lal i lie ,,ii> I litl .. %  %  -. nil Health Servici Foun major mill lot e in local determination to hive common sense in fund-raising He said, "Contributors may now support an all inclusive medical research and health services program with one annual yilt. We have, hopefully, shifted Friday, February 21, 1964 Qualifies for Round Table Harry Levy. 350 Lincoln Rd., has qualified for membership in the "Leading Producer's Round Table." He is the only resident of Dade County to win the award tor health insurance for the seventh consecutive year. Levy is pasl president of the South Flor Ida Association of Health Under writers, an affiliate of the International Association of Health Underwriters. Purim Program By Acad. Women A Purim program was pre sented by the Hebrew Academy Women at their last general meei ing on Wednesday. 1 p.m., at th, Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president, has announced The meeting was opened with a business session, during which re ports on activities of the group were given. Mrs. Jack Gerson. yearbook chairman. announced results of the luncheon held in honor ol Mrs Harry Genet last month Mis \i ii Rosenhouse, mem bcrship chairman. announci ;,ll new life members who havi joined the group since the i bcrship brunch. Mrs Joseph S brick chairman, sel plans for the annual brick i'.ii • 'i In •: and No.f," a mutt a • pre the organizal gears Harold J. Segal, program chair ;l ain from an outmoded method man of Temple Emanu Els Broth ,0 morc n,0 Sidney Efronson, Jerome G. Service has initiated a survey of Greene. Maurice H. Hyman. Dr. Miami youth to evaluate their vo-, Alan Jac kson, Irvin W. Katz, Mrs. ational needs. Sidney Lewis. Albert Quadow. and Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg is voca-l jgrs. Sam Stark, lional counselor at Jewish Vocational Service Committee which The questionnaire is designed Fred II. Billups served as chairTemple Bmanu-EI'sI man of the ten-man Nomination Committee. Other members were James R. Brumby, P. J. Cesarano, ', Preston M Collins. James I. Keller Jr.. William J Owens, and William H. Walker Jr. Ex-officlo members were William C. Lantaff, Gen, Evans, and John R. Ring. %  OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVL0W to find what the vocational goals of youth are, how they expect to attain them, and whether they have a realistic picture of their own assets and liabilities. The questionnaire will be sent to i other Jewish community agencies to ascertain further suggestions about the project, which is in its pilot stage. Organizations which have been contacted an' IS'nai B'rith Youlh Organization, synagogue groups. Bureau of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami YM and YVYHA. In its final form, the questionnaire will be distributed to junior and senior high school student-. Talmud Classes At Emanu-El A class in Talmud is being con | ducted at Temple Emanu-El ever) Monday at :i p.m The class is under the direction of Joshua Vd lcr. 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Pnrre \AW. ?age 4-B > Je H ish ncridtor Friday, February 21. I9C4 %  n J B' >• *> bv ISABEL GRCVE Although the ice cream and iake served at Ira Blasberg's •bird birthday party last week .as fully enjoyed by the 30 oungsters who were his guests, t was over the Blasberg pony nd horse that the little ones • quealed with delight as they ircled the bridal path Iras big brother" Michael, all of M\. •lade a fine riding master additional festivities in the evening when Arleen and Larry etcd their son at a dinner party or relatives and out-of-doors Ill-day guest was adored grandlere. Lillian Blasberg For Judy Schiff. it was a sur11-.' 15th birthday party Parents, Mary and Phil Schitf. nd the 30 guests had managed 1 keep the news .1 complete serel There never was a preticr but more startled teen-ager judj was especiall) delight ,i with the band, formerly the onchords, now building a naional reputation as the Martians Seen rrequentl> <>" local TV*. hey*re the Smithanswer to the 1 atl< Doris Da> look-alike, the new ostess at Coral Gables Chippy's actually Ihe former Sharon 'hippy, spending .1 few week> nli her parents Now Mrs, toberl Black ami a school leachr, Sharon will soon be joining er husband an Air Force officer • tationed near Verona, Italj Probably his last vacation as bachelor, I. any Grossberg, son i the Carl Grossbergs, of New MRS. MOSES METER Heart Sunday To be Discussed Mrs, Alvm Savage, chairman of the board oi the Heart Association -I Greater Miami, will discuss Your Heart Sunday Volunteer and Heart Dollars for Research" on WIOD Radio this Saturday at G:05 a.m. Also participating will be Miss I.ita L. Quejado, executive director of the Heart Association of Greater Miami. Moderator oi the 25-minute pro-ram sponsored by the Heart Association will be Dr David J. Becker, radio chairman of the Hear) Association's Public Education Committee York, at the Moulin Rouge for a lew weeks ... The Riverside Memorial exec and Elaine Treibick will tie the knot on Apr. 5 at the St. Regis Hotel ... The future bride, a model, attended Queen's College. School of Performing Arts and the American Theater Wing Luncheon hostess to 40 of her friends. Mrs. L Moscowitz. was to greet her guests on Thursday. Feb. 20. in the Deauville Hotel's Charlemagne Room. A credit to Miami Beach and its High School, two seniors, Allen Fuller and David Kaye. both 17. vanquished all competition to come out on top at the 13th annual National Invitational II1 g li School Cherry Blossom Tournament in Washington. I) C last week Wresting the Philodemic Revolving Cup and the Edward Douglas White Cup from lebate teams representing 28 states, the champion two-man team went undefeated in 10 rounds ol competition an as tounding accomplishment Pan %  ts ol the teen agers are Mr. and Mrs Jack Bernard and Mr and Mrs Bernard Fuller, all ol Miami Beach Joining Richard Friedman and A 1 a 11 Paul, fuller and Kaye helped nail down fourth place put ot 90 four-man teams to win .-till another award Their only i< gret, so busj working on their material, almost no lime for sightseeing Pioneer Women To Honor Couple On Sunday at 7 p.m.. in the Du pont Plaza Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Mover will be honored by the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women with a testimonial dinner. Since coming to Miami in 1951. the Meyers have given their time. ellort. and support to Pioneer Women on behalf of its vast net work of social services in Israel. Mrs. Meyer has held every im portant office in the organization. She is a pasl president of the Kadimah Chapter and at present is vice president in charge of funds for the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women Chairman for the dinner is MrLeah Friedson. Serving with her as co-chairman iMrs. Fred Sandier Larry King, host ol "Miami i'n covered" and radio"Surl-ide 6." will be master ol ceremonies, Guest speaker "ill be Rabbi Samuel April, ot Temple Or (Mom. Mrs, Fred Sandier will deliver the in\ oration Mrs David Bell and Tennie Deutsch are in charge oi tickets, Mrs. William Chase, Mrs. David Melt/er. Lillie Cohen and Annette Blacker will serve as hostesses At a recent meeting of the Youth Aliyah Planning Committee of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, held at 'he home of Mrs. Eva M. Blum. Youth Aliyah coordinator, plans are formulcted for individual group Youth Aliyah functions to take place in March. Standing (left to riaht' are Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, Herzl Group; Mrs. Ceil Rosenblatt. Morton Towers Group; Mrs. Norman Meyers. Emma Lazarus Group; Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Bay Harbor Group; Mrs. Joseph Epstein, Bay Harbor Group, Mrs. A. William Gerstman, Morton Towers Group. Seated (left to right) are Mrs M. Krippel, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Joseph Rap paport, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Sylvia Kurlanc Hanna Senesch Group; Mrs. Eva M. Blum chapter coordinator; Miss Hannah Finn. I. R Goodman Group. Not shown ere Mrs. Beatrice Lippy. Brandois Group; Mrs. Barnett Becker man. Henrietta Szold Group; Mrs. Murray Weil, Stephen Wise Group; Mrs. Shermai Fast, Renanah Group; Mrs. Joseph Burack Southga'" Group, Mrs. Henry Katz, Deborah Group; and Mrs. Aaron Tepper. Esther Group Mt. Sinai Raises Nurses' Salaries to New High Here Mount Staii Hospital this week serve the 11 p.m to 7:30 a m -hut our salaries to a new high high in salaries at Ml S.nai Hospital will receive, to both Rcgist' Practical in addition to the regular base Nurses for nighl duty. pay now m effect, an added dil 20 per nighl foi \ccording to ,1 Gerald Lewis. i< initial cut ol the hospital both Registered Nurses and $2.40 foi Registered and .Tactical Nurses. Liccnsed Practical N urscs licensed in the state ol Florida. "Although these adjustments who qualify and are willing to and added differentials will bring f %  %  we are not living to attrattloc'j 1 1 ., >\ a} from their posit These additional differentiaL>4i are in keeping w It h It \ elof national trends According to hospital station1963 was a record year lor | lenttreated at Mt Sinai ~-f-*—"1 '$ Purim Festival Assembly A Purim Festival Assembly will be held at Temple Both Shiran on Sunday at 10 a.m. Prizes will be awarded boys and girls in costumes representing characters in the Book of Esther, and Temple Sisterhood will host a collection of traditional l'urini sweetWhat Margarine is Delicious? Kosher? Pareve? Mar-Parv, of course! Mar-Parv is the Margarine with the fine fresh delicate flavor. And the Margarine that may be used at both dairy and meat meals. Contains DO milk or animal fat. 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Page 8-A "Jems* ncrtatatf} Friday, February 2. 1984 SPURN WATIX COOPERATION Arab Countries Show No Verve for LBJ Invitation WASHINGTON — (JTA) — None more because of the Aral counof the Arab countries has so far tries, for instance, are not it all displayed any interest in the ofinterested in the strengthening ni fer made hy President Johnson of NATO countries on Cyprus, is thej United States cooperation with all understand that turning Cyprus An 18 percent increase highlighted the Paints. Chemicals and Plastics breakfast, one of the firs' Trade functions in the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Pete Silverman, of Silver Paint Co.; William Wallach, Pan American Chemical; Max Raskin, Standard Chemical; James Aberman, Commercial Coatings, co-chairman of the CJA group; Robert Levin, Standard Chemical, co-chairman; Milton Margulis, Allen Chemical; Arthur Stein, Stein Paint; Fred Katz, Barco Chemical; Norton Pallot, president of Norton Tire, co-chairman of the Manufacturing and Transport Division; Max Sockloff, Flamingo Research; Robert Hamburg and Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Ex Nazi Admits Passing Pinsk Order FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Col Franz Magill. a cavalry officer in Hitler's Elite Guard during the war. admitted in a court at Brunswick that, in the summer of 1941. he had passed on mass murder orders from Heinrich Himmler, commander of the Nazi SS, resulting in the death of Jews in Pinsk. Byelorussia. Magill, now 63, is one of five former cavalry officers who went on trial at Brunswick on charges of murdering a total of 5,200 Jews during the Nazi occupation of Pinsk. Admitting that he had passed on the Himmler order, which called for the shooting of all' male Jews and the driving of all Jewish women into the marshes. Magill. however, insisted he had issued such order* "only once." Magill was adjutant to Hans Walter Nenntwich, another SS cavalry officer, who is rhe principal defendant in the Brunswick trial. The three others involved in that proceeding are Walter Bonsheuer, Walter Dunsch and Kurt Wegener. Meanwhile, here furt Municipal Council chamber, the 10 week old trial of 22 former Auschwitz Birkenau administrators, guards and medical personnel was resumed alter a 10-day recess. On the stand as Prof. Helninth Krausnick, an anti-Nazi his-! torian, of Munich, who outlined' Hitler's plans lor the annihilation, ol all of Europe's Jews. He said Hitler had estimated there were 11.000.000 Jews in Europe, and had aimed at their total liquidation through "a methodical' program." He said the Nazis chose Auschwitz as a major death campi because of its good railway con-j nections and the possibility of seal-; ing off the entire area. The Frankfurt trial, which adjourned until Thursday, was sched-, nled to hear testimony that day, from an Auschwitz survivor. Her-1 mann Langbein, now living in I Vienna and head of an internal tional resistance organization with; headquarters in Brussels. Pending, his appearance on the witness Stand, Mr. Langbein has issued a demand that the German Medical Association order the disqualification of 24 physicians in this country who. he charges, participated in the Hitler "euthanasia" program. Under the program, about 200.000 persons, most of them in the FrankJt ws and abol|t lom) of thcm i children, were administered "mer! cy death" injections by German doctors. t?ied alter plunging from a ninth storj window in Cologne last week; and a third has fled the country. Nevertheless, the trial will go on. with only one of the scheduled defendants in the clock. I Middle Fast countries in research on nuclear power for water desalination, it was reported here Ibis week The President made the olter in telling a New York Weizmann Institute Committee dinner that American officials were discussing Mich cooperation v ith Israel. The only Arab reaction has been a wave of vituperation aimed both at the United states Government and President Johnson personally Soviet propaganda, emanating from Moscow, has been seeking to strengthen Arab incitement against United StatesIsrael cooperation on desalination research. At the same time, the Moscow Radio sought to link Israel to Anglo-American efforts to bring peace to Cyprus with the Middle East problem. The Soviet propaganda line was followed simultaneously on Arab radio broadcasts. It was not known whether this was coordinated in advance. Mo-cow Radio asserted that "the national liberation movement cannot he Moppe i all the into a NATO base would also turn the island into a bridgehead ngainal the independent \ countries, and strengthen .'ie I-raeli bridgehead of imperialism in the Near Bast The Arab programs we < even more explicit, one broad, i • erting that "Washington i> verj much interested in mi Itri Cyprus to execute lioni i ere policy in the Middle East." The broadcast then referred to the statement of Alexis I ,1 ihi son, Undersecretary of State ,i meeting ol a pro Vrab gr ip Washington, in which he said the I nited States could not st,.!;j idlj b> in the event ol ggr< the Middle Fast Another Arab i roadc l suggested that the t nited Stal easily move milil ir> '. in i I I yprus in case of n An and linked this to an inti i ion of a statement I y thi Pn ident Eisenhower :.> the that the United States i i ., right" to intervene .:; the an Arab-Israel conflict ur |i r the Tripartite Agreement guaranteeing existing horde:AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING tear 'Suni Gold Coast Coverage Covers four Selling Are* Wl 5-1602 FORTE TOWER Radio & Television Service ntt fsriMATf S1.S0 Service Cell tSO ALTON RD. JE 2 8820 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRenklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Dr. Ernest Fromm, president of the German Medical Association, said that he has ordered local and regional medical societies to probe the charges against the 24 doctors. Dr. Fromm said that some of them are dead, others have already been barred from medical practice, and a few have retired. However, he pledged that full investigates will be made of the Langbein charges and declared: "I feel certain that the profession will be cleared following this investigation." At Limburg. a third trial of exNazis was to be opened Wednesday. This proceeding involved four doctors charged with heading ; the "euthanasia" program. Howj ever, of the four, Dr. Werner I Heyde, the principal would-be dei fendant, hanged himself; a second David Pinski Purim Evening David Pinski Folk School plans ; a Purim celebration for Thursday. j Feb. 27, 8 p.m., at the Farband | Center, 842 Washington Ave. Children of the school will recite \ and sing in Yiddish and Hebrew. Program also schedules Louis > Weiss, folk singer, and Philip j Nasnkin in a special Purim readI ing. The evening will conclude with traditional holiday refresh! ments. One whisky has a special kind of taste. Imported V.Q One whisky has combined lightness and a brilliance of taste. Imported VO. One whisky most people like the very first time they taste it. Seagram's Imported i Disiillci and hot' -i in Can $f Ofl I'll ulxo. £^2 Known by the company it keeps OIMIIM UY .| IK., or sutctto ,.,(,, ,„ „.,, oil. 8 8 P.oor stsc.au l.ltauil COMF-HY. HI MM



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Page 8-B *J(wi*tinr>rJ(f*w Friday, February 21, 1964 =* ... ^Xtboitt f^coplc ana j^lacc. TIN ISN'T THE THING The tenth anniversary is supposed to be tin, but not ;. soul brought a tin present to Hclyne and Kenneth Treister's surprise wedding anni versarj party. It was given by Diane and Leonan! Treister at their home in the form of a black tic cocktail, dancing and midnight supper atfair for Helyne and Kenny's closest friends. Among those singing -Happy Anniversary" to the shocked couple as they walked through the door were Roz and Ronald PailOt, Gerry Lou and Bu.-ter Silverman. Gloria and Howard Scharlin, Natalie and Melvyn Frumkes. DiTE WITH THE PRESS Theta Sigma Phi saluted eight Miami women as Community Hcadliners at its 10th annual luncheon last week at the Seville Hotel Charles Finkelstein watched his wife, Audrey, as she was led out for her work with PTA. live years resident of the Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida, chairman of the Dade County Quality Education Committee, and chairman of the Executive Commtitee of American Jewish Committee. After the awards were presented, women with familiar bylines took unfamiliar roles as performance in a series of amusing skits with the accent on events not chronicled in I he news. Sally Mrs. Harold) Spaet, wife of the newlyappointed Circuit Court Judge, was in several scenes. Spotted in the audience enjoying the cs were Mrs Alex Richardson. .Mrs. I. M. W'einstein, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Anna Brcn ner Meyers, Mr-. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Leo Mindauburn-haired Beverlye Keusch. .Mrs. Theodore Chertok. Barbara Rado, Mrs David Schine, and Mrs Hannah Kahn. Emanu-EI Ladies Slate Luncheon Sisterhood ol Temple Emanu-EI ibusy making plans for its anni-' i 'sary luncheon to be held Mar. announced Mrs. Alexander KoSisterhood president. v, the 2ith anniversary celebration, all Sisterhood past presidents will be honored Mrs. Jacob Classman is lunch-' eon chairman, anil Mrs. Philip rtn iticket chairman, with Martin Smith, hostess chair-' Mrs Theodore Kipnis. prom chairman; and Mrs, Reuben coordini WHICH WERE WHICH? The smart!) -dres women seated ;> the Hebrew Academy is scheduled for Monday. 11 30 a m at the Hebrew emy. 2400 Pinetree Dr. Hilary Mindlin. book editor ol The Jewish Floridian, wil discuss ••Idiots First." a besl sellii an • \ ol Jew ish Amci i( ai stoi ies AI in a m Mrs Samuel R ncr. PTA president, will conduct a regular meeting to include a report on the national PTA c tion held in Long Beach. N Y recently and attended by Mrs Mildred Dcarr. delegate. Following the meeting, a brunch will be served in the board room Tifereth Israel Sister -aod Tifereth Israel Sister! I hold itregular month: me< in the Social Hall, 650G Ni Mi; i Ave on Thursdaj. Fil i was m be presented bj a rei I I ol the Bell Teh i ntitled Famih Affair Mizrachi Women Slate Party Here A pre -rurim party will be bj the Batya chapter ol Mizrachi Women Organization on Saturday evi ning at 8 p.m. The Ret reation Hall ol the I cord Plaza Apts 961 M-. 169th SI No Miami Beach, will be the sceni of a program featuring sot Canti r and Mrs Musi-Weiss, .> white elephant sale, and thi I ditional Purim sweets Mrs AU x Shaj ew it/, pre! ol Batya Chapter, is assist! Mrs. Emanual Ungar, Mrs Frances Goldberg, Mrs Simon April and Mrs. Harrj Lerner, hostesses Mrs Alfred Stone is coordinator in Florida oi the Mizrachi Worn en's Organization oi America Torah Fund Sets Luncheon Here ird T irah Fur.il (or members ol Beth ivid Sisterhood will take plac Wedi \'i> noon The luncheon will be held at the home of Mrs Seymour Frii ; Monserrate si Cor il Gal i MrMurraj Gladsl %  Torali i chairman, ann< thai the lun heon is open to Beth 11 I Slsterl members bto I rontributi I $19 i hai : ver by I ill Mil vc le Mile will !>> %  r the luncheon. Re may be made with Mr Fr and Mrs, Gladsb COFFEE "On ft Hois' W Your Prfscript'O" Il Bei-T ,r III ACCOUNTS INVITID REX DRUGS 1596 S. Dixie Hwy. Vrxt %  • OK '"• • 'I .-'• • %  ) MNTt Of PARKING FREE DELIVERY MO 1-4233 DICK BIHRMAN EMORY BRANDENBURG RtQ P^a-^acists lovely onions! Mrs Joseph Krantz. president of Club One, announces a Purim Fes Uval, with i-raeli dancing and traditional Purim refreshments on Sunday, at 7:30 p.m., at the Far hand Center, 842 Washington Ave. Bebe Idelson Club, Mrs Dora Offenhenden, president, has arranged for a Purim festival to be held on Tuesday. 7:30 p in at 812 Washington Ave Entertainment will be by Toby Horovitz. Israeli folk singer Mrs. Esther Weinstein will recite the Megillah and chair the evening. N Onion Flavored MATZOHS 'i •--**. See and taste now oodles ol onion flavor makes these snapapart matzohs a welcome* change from bread go> hand-in hand with soup?, fish, main dishes! The snack supreme gives new life anJ delicate zest to dips ami spreads. Onion Civor does lit HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS BELiCIOUS NO FAT cr SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! AT YOUR HEAITH FOOD STORE, MARKtT OR WALGRUNS j I Harpist Will Appear I Mrs Joseph Duntov, librarian, Surf Hal Bay Braneh ol the Miami Public Library, announces that M.ry Spalding Sevitzky, harpist, will present a lecture and demon stration un tht harp Solo harpist with the University ol Miami Symphony, anil facult) member ol the University School ol Music, Mrs Scvit/ky will appear at the Community Recreation ('enter on Thursday. Feb. 27. at 8 10 p.m. Have Kasha instead of potatoes KASHA < FREE KASHA COOKBOOK^ New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals SERVEi f nd n ertalnIn 8 with Kasha. Address request wmmwm to; Phyllis Wolff v Psnn Yan, New York



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w \F.^m .t.. !" ovnan s "WoM ^Jewish Fforidian JTves St. lavrtnt Lola Beer Maria Vida Miami, Florida, Friday, February 21, 1964 Section 2 Subina Schechlcr finy Lcilersdorf Gideon Oberson St. Laurent-Israel Fashion Collection Slated Friday More than l.ouo women from communities throughout the United States and Canada v\ill attend •he international premiere of the St Laurent-Israel Collection, the ninth annual Israel Bond fashion ( %  how, at the Fontainebleau Motel % %  :i Friday at noon. The fashion • how and luncheon will he the rushlight of women s participation :n the inaugural conference, Jan Peerce, world-renowned ten or, wiD be guest speaker at the gathering, which will be chaired ly Mrs Peerce. national chair i the Women's Division for Bonds. Commentarj for the I tow will be offered by : Miss America, Marilj n Van ,' (ih i ecently made hei i trip li> Israel. Mt Hi ii' r • l guests at the luncheon I ill ricludc x mbas: ador Aryeh I Ei % %  <•" iMinuter ol I he sy ni Israel. Abraham FeinI ii a. pn -.lent of the Israel Bond I iri:an>zaticn: William Ruben, vice I ires:denl ol Jordan Marsh. Fla., I "he department store which is I -' .1114 and accessorizing the St. nl l-racl Collection lor this I remiere; and Mrs William Rlv I en II' Montr al. former national I iieiident ol Canadian llailassah I ii" invocation will be offered i> Mrs. Louis Samuels, of Baitii re, a member ol the National xecutive Committee of the WornI en's Division, and greeting! from "he host city will be ottered by I Mis Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Greater Miami Women's Division lor Stale ol Israel Bonds The St, Laurent-Israel Collee•'iin. pren&red under the Regis of the Israel Bond Organization, and coordinated by Mrs. .Miriam Finenan. national director of the Isael Bend Women s DlVISlO.l, lea ures 15 designs created by Yves •t. Laurent, the young idol of French couture, and more than HI mo lels created by Israel's tore nosl designers and manufacturers More than half the St. Laurent lesigns have been created of Is %  ,uli textiles, i salute to the fastirowm;; industry ol the young na ;ion. In the course ol 1964-65, the :ollection will be pi esente I in nme than 60 major American and Canadian cities ,ia central element ni 'ii' 1 Isi. %  I Bond campaign. Among thi ners represent ed in the collection arc the r< Downed Lola Peer and Fin) Lie tersdorf: Masku, Israel's celebrated village crafts industries; furrier Stefan Braun and Eliahu Meulander; rising young Israeli lesigners Gideon Oberson, Sabina Schechter and Marts Vida; the knitWl ar houseol Aled, Donna and Galia; newcomers itiki Ben Ari and China Shallon: the leather firms of Beged-Or and Glovis. Ltd. The collection includes fabrics and fabric designs by Neora Warshavsky, ol Maskil, Francitex and Zamri 92. Honors Going To 2 Women For the first time in the history ol the Hebrew Academj Women. a moth 'rand-daughter team will be honored by Ihe organization at a luncheon on Thurs ay, Mar 12, at ihe Deauville Hotel, Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president, announced Mrs. Louis Sussman, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Sussman. are lo be guests of honor at ihe event. Both became Interested in the Hebrew Academy 13 years "4o. when Esther and Jerry Sussman's tour sons began there as students. Bessie, as a proud grandmother, joined the Hebrew Academy winner, and became a founding officer. She still serves in the school's Mrs Louis Sussman (left) and her daughter-in-law. Mrv lunchroom one day a week togeth. ,, ,, %  \i; er with her daughter-in-law and > e "Y Sussman. will be honored by Hebrew Academy Wome:-. all the other Lunchroom Mothers, on Mar. 12. CJA in Fashionplate '64 Highlighting the Fashionplate 1964 presentation of Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division on Monday were (left to right) Mrs. E. E. Bloom. Mrs. S. J. Halperin, Mrs. Stanley Frehling and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, Fashionplate coordinator. (See story, Page 5-B.) (r %  1 IK originals CAREFREE ARNEL K SWEATER COSTUME *26 our fabulous "R&K" Celanese collection featured in all Burdine's six stores all this week dresses and costumes right out of the current fashion magazines. Shown, sleeveless dress in colorful Arnel triacetate print with carefree orlon acrylic sweater bound in matching print. Blue or gold; 10-18. %  I M. Celanesc Fibers Co. IMS' belief dresses. DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Burd.ne's stores'



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i Friday. February 21. 1964 *Jcist>ncricttot7 Page 5-8 Initial Gifts Women's Luncheon Unique Example of Team Work Here In a striking example of team .work and cooperation, the Initial <;ifts luncheon of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal held on Monday at the Eden! Roc Hotel presented one of the Lazarus Chapter To Hear Panel Emma Lazarus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will have a Brother! hood program on Tuesday night at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium, 1235 Washington Ave Topic of the evening will be "Is the Practice of Brotherhood or Goodwill Among and Toward Men • >n the Upgrade in the United State.-.?" Panelists will include James Wlntehead. director of the Urban League of Miami, aid Rabbi Mordecai Podet. of Temple Judea. Judge Henry L Iialaban will be moderator and sum up the discussion. Chairman of the affair is liiflS Ettie Kurzrock. Adele Bauni :s president. Prizes Slated For Costumes Prizes will be awarded for prettiest and funniest costumes worn at the Purim Masquerade Ball on Saturday night under the auspices .i| Temple Zamora Sisterhood. To be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sehachter. 5885 -W y.lth Ter.. the evening will also include dancing, entertainment and refreshments. Chairing the event are Mrs Leah Friedson. fund-raising vice president, and Mrs Stanley Silvern, February Circle chairman, who is also in charge of reserva• ions ( NOW/I : • • : for magic-easu. meals. .2 : Wo KOSHER : !SLICED BOLOGNA: most outstanding fashion shows and programs in the community and also raised S109.000 on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman ol the campaign, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chairman of the Women's Division, were the two featured speakers at the event. Also appearing were Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Jack Ablin. cochairmen of the Initial Gifts Committee ol" the Women's Division. An attendance of 350 women pledging a minimum contribution o' S100 to the campaign made this "one of the most outstanding women's events ever held by the community." according to Mrs. A. L. Glickman and Mrs. Abe L. Cassett, chairmen of the Initial Gifts Committee for Beach women, and Miv. Stanley C. Myers and .Mrs. Sam Simonholf, Initial Gifts chairmen for the Town women. The show was staged through the joint cooperation of nine leading couturiers in the Miami and Miami Beach areas, who presented Fashionplate '64. for which Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. Fashionplate Committee coordinator, served as! commentator. Committee assisting Mrs. Mathes included Mrs. Stanley Frchling. (Irs. E. K. Bloom. Mrs. A. L. Glickman and Mrs. S. J. Halperm. They worked with the following volunteer models: Mcsdamcs Jerry Blank. A. L. Nadler. Morris Lomaskin. Harry Mufson. Louis Cassett. Jack Gol.iberg, Arthur Desser. Harry Lewis, Jack Sandier. Marry B. Smith, Milton Weiss. Robert Kautbord, Robert Blum and Frankie Waxenberg. Louis and August were in charge of hair-styling. Betty Wickwire coordinated the show. "Loie" ar ranged the production, and Monroe Kas^e played the music. Heading the committees for Fashionplate '64 were seating. Mrs William Brenner and Mrs. Albert Levin; decorations. Mrs. Sol Friedman and Mrs. Joseph Hart: reservations, -Mrs. Leo Chaikin and Mrs. carl Susskind; hostesses, Mrs Philip Isaacs. A Fashionplate to remember and a luncheon which raised over SI09,000 for the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal featured smiling appearance from (left to right) CoChairman of Initial Gifts Mrs. Inez Krensky. Beach Co-Chairman; Mrs. A. L. Glickmar Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Cai Weinkle, and Initial Gifts Co-Chairman Mrs Jack Ablin. 1 Essay Contest Hadassah Lists To mark the 30th anniversary of i v ill be a summer in Israel. The Youth Aliyah. Hadassah is spon-ilirst prize in the 7 to 12-year-old ; -oring an Essay Contest for young I category will be a summer in an ; people between the ages of 7 and i approved Zionist camp. There will 17. | be eight additional n a t i o n a 11 Essays submitteJ must be orig-| awards. inal and between 350 and 500 words, j Essay subjects are as follows: For the 13 to 17-year-old category,I Seven to 17 group—"What Youth; certificate to the winner in ea i first prize on the national level! Aliyah Means to Me" or "Child's'essay category. Day for Youth Aliyah." Age 13 to 17-year-old grou[ — •Henrietta Szold" or "A Peri > in Youth Aliyah History." Essays must be submitted r >t later than Mar. 8 to the Miat Chapter of Hadassah office, 81 SW 27th Ave. On a local level, the Mia u Chapter of Hadassah will award Masquerade Ball At Beth David Specter Hall will be the setting for a masquerade ball at Beth David on Saturda) night. There will be prizes tor costumes, but masquerade is optional. Music [or dancing will be furnished bj Cosmo Lloyd's orchestra. Refreshments will be serve.I. Entertainment will be provided by the University of Miami Hootcnanny Singers, recently returned from a tour of ISO camps. Special added feature will be llie appearance of the "great Yiddish Pagliacci." In charge of arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bloom. and Mrs. Murray Daeks, Mr Mrs. Edward Ginsberg. Mr. Mrs. Harold Reinbard. Mr. Mrs. Frank Rose. Mr. and Arthur Rosinek. Mr. and Charles Spingarn and Mr An--. Edward Syrop. are Mr. and and and Mrs. Mrs. and • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WiLNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Study Course At Beth Am Si terhood of Temple Beth Am will -; on>or a course of stu y to in.hide "The Basic Philosophy of Judaism," "The Special Role of Women v.\ Transmitting Juadism to Children" and 'The Special Place oi Ritual in the Home." The course will be conducted b\ Rabbi Herbert M, Baumgard on three consecutive Wednesday mornings. 10 am., in the Adult Education Room of the school building, beginning on Feb. 26 Mrs. Roger Dauer is chairman of the series. si-Ierhood has also announced a Stamp Trading Exchange under the chairmanship of Mrs. George Malin. What size does your hunger come in? There's a Heinz Vegetarian Beans size to satisfy every family's hunger. Individual, regular, family size! H. V. B. gives faster, longer-lasting, more delicious, more nourishing, plain old-fashioned food satisfaction. Don't let Heinz Vegetarian Beans be missing, missing, missing from your table tonight. r Th label rarrie* the i£ **al of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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Friday. February 21. 1964 +Jewisti mhrldflain J!ionist Leaders Due At Bond Breakfast Greater Miami an.1 Southeast Region Zionists will join with nalional leaders of the Zionist Nettie Eisner, national bond director of the ZOA. is coordinating the program. "But since the establishment of the State of Israel," he declared, "no Jew has been permitted to visit and pray at the Wailing Wall in Old Jerusalem, the last remnant of our sacred Temple and as such, the site Kosher Home Names MD Teem An U-doctor team has been named to serve as Medical Advisrj Council for the Jewish Convalescent Home ol South Florida during 1964, Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser, president of the Home, also known as Bikur Ch .Inn. an• ounced. Chairmi n i the group is Dr loseph Harris Other members ii i lude Pi--. Charles Binder, I Id Kobley, David Light, Harry See leman, George Rand, Dnder Robbins, Edward Roth, Max -"porn. Montague stone and Irwin Makovsk] The physicians will help plan medical facilities for a new ultramodern, six-stcry addition going up on land adjacent to the home at 310 Collins Ave. this year. They also will continue a program of keeping current facilities at the only kosher nursing home in South Florida up to date. The new addition will expand the Home's capacity to 130 beds and admission applications are being processed at a record pace, Mrs. Reiser said. She pointed out that "individual patients at the laincy of th" National Jewish Wei! Home, which is accredited by the :are Board, said that the clergy-1 American Hospital Association, man in military uniform is doing Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Florida i much better job that his civilian and the American Association of lounterpart He praised the mili j Homes for the Aged, may select lary chaplains for the excellent Iheir own physicians, all ol whom morale of the American troops' hr.ve visiting privileges at the overseas. Jewish Convalescent Home." les Charcowsky. Commissioner Chuck Hall, Giller, and M. William Smith, co-chairman of the affair and a vice president of the distric'. U.S. Congressman Claude Pepper addressed the 350 Zionist leaders who attended the affair at the Deauville Hotel. most tion." sacred to Jewish tradiRabbi Israel Miller, chairman i.l the commission on Jewish chap. Students Take Pert in Service During family services at ^Ti'inple Beth Am on Fr'day even &f UP conducted by Dr Herbert M Baumgard and Cantor Charles S. Kodii'T. the following students of the Religious School sixth grade will participate: Vxl lianlel i tiimoiid. rial f rli rl, .1. I lolil MI (in I ndn i; mihw Shai •: % %  : i-i.-in. I'hyllii ilrppnl Hull) ,1 Pviui} K!*;t % %  iarj i .< liav KK-li : %  ., I n Rl>. M i M in, -\llin Mill, r, I. .HI. •I'ul%  : Nan.-> l-Mwnnl Broil !: i-rl Sit-in, I .%  VVAKHV i 'i in W< h.-l.. -::. .i '..-i. i '.i II i : ill. Innii It! .>.:. Il PYII rill Kl i-KI HI iXlil I .:>/ Mill M Kohln I'H • mi Wei il %  r U Hi. P'ntl> Hi II k Vni; .1 Tolilll, I..-I. v VVi'lllKtni k. Kill I. II I %  ..,n I %  %  Mark I lolilMmtth, I 'minimKoi u-li, Itavl I Li-llKiui, Ki-ni l.li I uti-l l.lBhl, Lynn l*iirr> Mark*, Kevin l;.'-,,n. IIHUKI'U rsVgal, l '.i ul Sli lnhurdt, i.. %  Tallin R • hai il W • lllnn l> > I'lm-k Kllxiibetl Hi il mi n S'aiirj Hacker, l'.ii..t ih Kalian. Arl.-ne Levy, I'luniMiiKii due, i 'I. '..I in. M Ii hele Well, Wil lam lllln-11, IVter l.urla, Al.ui Richard, l'..-n Itoth, Ji I s. In nkman, Onte KrhwnrU, Itlrhard Spiegel, l..ui\ WeliiHteiu, Si.r.ini llvniler, • Mni'iBrenner, JexHieii I] latein, .. %  Id Harrln, I Mmr > l • I'ar -. Huaan RORI-I-H, Blleen Shore, Clifford Oubbln, Martin l-'i-li.r. Mk-huel (Jalr, Jonathan Jordan, She|i|>ard Novak, •lonallian Rouen, Richard Saner, Mien.l Son berg, Jefl Tatelmun, William Tobln and I'hari. Wold, nbertc. Jewish Sabbath to be observed as a day of spiritual observance tor Jews, in the same manner that Sunday is a day set aside for the rights of Christians to practice their faith." "Sabbath observers," he declared, "are being subjected to ever itreater pressures, hardships and abuses in their varied economic enterprises. Its eminently unjust ;:n:i unfair to require Orthodox Jews to cease operating their commercial undertaking for two days, thereby lessening their opportunities in the economic field and unduly burdening their prospects for an adequate livelihood." Rabbi Dr. Kalman Kahane, Israel's Deputy Minister of Education said: "The continued spiritual existence of the Jewish communities in America and elsewhere hinges upon the existence of Israel as the spiritual, cultural and religious center of world Jewry. It is, therefore, important that closer links be established between the exiled Jewish communities and that of Israel which will ensure a continuous flow of exchange of students and educators between the two centers." The conclave heard an appeal by Rabbi Abraham N. Avrutick. president, that the United Nations enforce the provisions of the Israel-Jordan armistice agreement assuring the Jews access to the Wailing Wall and to all sacred Jewish shrines in territory ocNEVER BEFORE Has the cost of spring and summer European travel been so low WITH BO AC YOU CAN TOUR 6 COUNTRIES IN 15 DAYS FOR ONLY $477 -AIRFARE, LITERALLY EVERYTHING INCLUDEO. 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At an Executive Board brunch at the Algiers Hotel, Bernard Silver, worker of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, is congratulated by Mendel N. Fisher on his Baal Shem Tov I Forest project to be established in Israel. Zev W. Kogan, chairman of the Executive Board, looks on. British Overseas Airways Corporation i>\., i. vu-4oo, 10 Biscayne Blvd., M am* :!'> — Ph. 377 20 li Please send me details of yourVal-U Tours ~i Town and Country Tour G Wondertour a. NAMEADDRESSCITY _ZONE_STATE •Fares effective April 1 through November 5. available Monday through Thursday, except (or certain peak travel periods, subject to Government approval. Tour price also based on double occupancy of hotel rooms. • •Based on Regular jet economy airfare effective April 1, subject to Government approval. Tour price also based on double occupancy ul hotel looms.



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Friday. February 21, 1964 How a Jewish Girl Went Into An Unusual Stage Profession ** Jwl*t nnrSrtfar) Page 11-C By EDWARD COHEN. HIT grinds seemed somewhat genteel, her bumps not as hump tious. This was Candy Cohen, ihe "Gaza strip." a featured performer at the Pans Follies on Miami Heath, where burlesque is back and ihe city's officialdom wax choleric about it without much effect, our meeting backstage, before she vent out front for one of her six undress appearances a day, was as informal and as unstaged as the performances on stage. After talking with Candy for a few moments, while she munched on a prune danish and drank cold cotfee. I kept looking around for a mamma who would set it all straight with a proper introduction. Like, "Meet my daughter, the stripper." Authentically Jewish, Horn a show-biz family which until recently lived in the Squirrel Hill district of Pittsburgh, Candy's ambition is not to be the best stnpper in the business, but to have an acting career. However, while she's at it. she strives tn reconcile what some might belii ve to be the irreconcilable. Lady on Stage l do my best on stage." she saj -. 'and try to be a lady ofi it Judging Candy's routine, which came between that of two veteran bumpers and grinders, she also tries to act the "lady" onstage. A little less prominent lure and aft than her sister strip pers. Candy wore a little less the day we saw her, but her routine seemed more subdued, almost delicate in their execution. It may have been a tribute to her innocence or the location of The Follies on South Beach, and homage toward anything to do with the "Gaza Strip." but the applause from the 100 or SO men at the performance even seemed more polite than for the cithers. Admittedly, states Candy, "It takes a lot of guts to get up there and take off your clothes in front of all those men.*' and she believes that this kind of courage is all the training she needs to be an actress. That, and participation in several of those dreary skits which haven't changed a line in :w years or more, and serve as breaks between strippers She has .lone several TV bits, including a Surfside t> show, and a little summer stock around Tampa last year. A pretty blonde and fair-skinned 20, Candy has been "taking it off" in places like Tampa, Shreveport, New Orleans, Little Kick and Atlanta tor a little over a year since getting a start m a theater in st. Petersburg where, despite our expressed doubts, she insisted there was a burlesque house in the heart HI senior America. Somewhat Observant The constant movement—in all respects—makes it difficult lor her t:i be a strictly observant .lew Brought up in a home where "we had two sets of dishes." she still won't eat pork products. Last Kn-h Hashonah, she says, WHS most difficult "We were in Atlanta and the manager wouldn't let me take the day uti. so between performances I managed to yet to shul a few times The average man. fretting while his wile primps for her holiday appearance, might challenge this as an apocryphal story in view of the six performances Candy undertakes each day, holidays included. Having seen the young lady on and off-stage, we can guarantee that getting undressed and dressed is like mulling lor her. Boy in Her Future Cohen is not the name she was horn with—she adopted it so as nnl to embarrass her family, some of whom live in Miami— but why she reversed the trend of Jewish name-changing she wouldn't say. even though we suggested more typical ones like "Candy Bar" and "Candy Cane" might be more appropriate for the milieu. Well, a lot of people won't be Iieve Candy is a very typical Jewish t;irl. despite the last name But she certainly talk^ like one. Particularly when the says, "I might change my name so 1 can catch the Jewish boy I want to marry," a comment which could come right out of Sholom Aleichem had he ever written about Jewish strip-teasers. Officers of Knese'h Israel Congregation are second vice president, David Eisenstein, chair installed. First row (left to right) are Milton man, Board of Trustees; Philip Wei.ss, firstvice Kahn, treasurer; Cantor Abraham Seif; Louis president; Morris Glantz, co-chairman, Boaic Dublin, president; Rabbi David Lehrfield, who of Tru'tees; and Samuel C. Goldberg, secord acted as installing officer; Joseph Nalder, ing secretory. Not shown is Samuel Weiner third vice president Rear are Samuel Lprner, financial sscretory. Food Division To Hear JDC Executive Feb. 27 Mothers of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School plan a Purim Carnival at the Temple on Sunday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children will appear in costume and be awarded prizes. Discussing the carnival with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader, are Mesdames Samuel B. Peailman, Donald Frichason, Louis Cohn and Ralph Mervis. Mrs. Pearlman and Mrs. Mervis are co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Cohen is school board chairman. WE INSTALL GLASS iOMl EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty £ L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin COULTON BROS. Jerry Blank, of National Brands, and Jack Stem, ol Thrifty Super.Markets. ha\e invited members of ihe Food, Restaurant and Allied Trades Division of the 19(>1 Combined Jewish Appeal to be their -!-• at the annual division luncheon in Miami Springs Villas, Florida Room, on Thursday, Feb. %  :. Guest speaker will be Egon Fink. Joint Distribution Committee representative in Austria since l'JoT. Fink started his career with Joint Distribution Committee 18 years ago, in 1946, in the British Zone of Germany, as welfare otliccr in charge of the children's home on the Warburg estate in Blankenese. which had been set up lor orphans found in nearby concentration camps. From there, he was called to JDC headquarters in the British Zone of Germany, at that time located in Bergen-Belsen, to serve as liaison officer between JDC and the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the British Zone. In April. 1949. when the JDC program in Morocco was launched. Fink went to Casablanca as assistant JDC director for Morocco. Follow ing the outbreak of the revolution in Hungary late in 1956.' JDC summoned him to Vienna, w here it was setting up special | facilities to care for the many Hungarian Jewish refugees fleeing to Austria. Aiding the annual drive of the, Food. Restaurant and Allied Trades Division are Jerry Blank and Lou Kenin. president of the, Algiers Hotel, as co-chairmen. Welcome Wagon Remembers Special Family Occasions Carrying on our community's traditional hospitality. Welcome Wagon Calls are made when your family celebrates a glxtccnth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. When the occasion arises, phone EGON FINK Joseph Cohen, t ice chairman, ai Harry Susskind, associate cha man. Food Group committee membe include Jack Stein and Bernai Hausman, co-chairmen; Ernest 1 Harris, chairman, Grocers ar Super Market-; Robert Peldma chairman. Dairy Products; Edgi Bi tidy and ll J'ames Catlin, c chairmen oi Pood Brokers; He %  beii Paige chairman of Beve -. Jacob ski;,,-, chairman Bakers; and Ed Dockson, cha' man id' Produce. Restaurant Group co-chairmt include Arthur Horowitz, Irvir Kaplan. Herb Login, Irving Rub an I Mcl\ in Weinkle. Israeli Collaborator to Appeal TEL AVIV — iJTA 1 — The at torney for Ilirsh Barenblatt. the conductor '->! the Israel National Opera who was sentenced to five years' imprisonment on charges ot collaborating with the Nazis and handing over Jews lor extermination, announced last week that he will appeal within the next 15 days against what he described as a "severe sentence." The attorney's request for the release of Barenblatt pending the appeal was rejected by the court The five-year sentence was imposed for the major charge chanding over Jews to the Naiis Concurrent shorter terms wer; imposed for the charges emanat ing from his position as chief othe Jewish police in the Bendiir Ghetto. Barenblatt. who was marri* several months ago to a youn. opera singer, cried out "Why why?" when hearing the verdic stressing that he was acquitted c the same charges by a Polis.. court. 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Friday. February 21, 1964 +JenHt nrririinr Page 9-B %  gORTH Star Cancer Unit of the '' Papanicolaou Research Instil it* held a luncheon and fashion -how last week at Chandler's Restaurant, with your columnist ii (irdinator and commentator. and Lewis Fashions presenting a pan (if their collection. Coiffeurs u i • by J. BaUIi, -. iTit of the group. Mrs II' ; Baker, wore a beise and iamc knit sheath with a i l-style jacket Mrs. Myron .1. N'athan was in an emerald ::i %  • • l 1 lire; piece Italian knit Irani trim on her jacket r and cocoa combined into iking Italian knit ensemble bj Mrs. Rud) Freedland IIn ei blouse ainl the embroid ei n lier jacket were In the rich color. Mrs. Murraj Silbi r rh • %  a black an.I white geometrii printed blouse with her tan get ne-colored moygashel linen circled her skirt, and her overblouse had a diagonal point over one shoulder and was tied over the other shoulder Mrs. Irving Newman, whose husband hea.s Lewis Fashions, was in a white silk and worsted suit with the double breasted blazer jacket. Cold tailored buttons accented her suit, and a modttied nautical touch was added with a semi-turtle neck navy blue silk boucle blou.-e. Mrs. Jeanne Moore supplied the music Her muted olive silk alpaca sheath detaile I its V neckline with sell colored buttons An ombred blue floral silk print was Neve Aviv Exec To Visit Miami A new approach to dynamic retirement will be the subject of a series ol t..Iks l>> Avram Frank. ol Tel Aviv, during his visit to Miami the week ol Mar. 2. Representing the Neve Aviv retirement Club of Kfar Shmaryahu. Israel. I-rank will meet with orworn by Mrs. Sam Spector. Her sheath had a scooped neckline and cap sleeves. The Sissy-tailored look was seen in Mrs. Arthur Snyder's black and white dress. Her black silk crepe sheath had jet buttons on her waist-length jacket, with the white accents being in her oversize peter pan collar and cuffs. • |u|RS. Isadora Goldberg's choice %  tor the luncheon was an iced blue Italian knit with a white overblouse and white flowers on her jacket. A stunning avacaclo and white wool check suit was worn by Airs. Richard Remeny. Mrs. Buddy Bornstein's choice was a charcoal shift and match in? coat, with a stiffly-starched M bite pique dickey. A royal blue Mexican knit with a white bateau necked overblouse was worn by Mrs. Arthur Pharmer. Mrs. Martin I Lunch's bonecolored raw silk suit featured asj metrically slashed pockets in the hip-length jacket with a touch ol color in the orange silk blouse. Yellow moygashel linen was Mrs, Bernard Fettwies' choice, and a pink all-over embroidered sheath was worn by Mrs. Robert Sands as thej helped greet guests. A white wool knit with a gold overblouse was Mrs. Rich ard Shacter's choice for the day. A unk silk tweed jacket dress *^ with a chiffon bodice was on Mrs. Marcia Blauhut, Her dress) .jacket followed the tuxedo lines. Mrs. Robert Avins c< ?e the popular slingshot jumputilizations and interested indivier .n lilac with a long-sleeved (l,,:,ls '" ,his area to explain the bl.c and white print cowled neck l:ll0s| advance in retirement livbl -e Mrs Finest Janko'S red '"'The Neve Aviv Club was dewi suit teatured a fitted jacket si S ned ,_ to expedite the adjustment ai floral sprayed silk blouse with an ascot tie. c ',*!wiriHen.. of. -'he day -were Mrs. Albert Cassorola and Mrs. U v ell VwtagrT Mrs. Cassorola s so." was in champagne-colored II, with Bavarian lace on the Esrpire bodice. Mrs. Fisher chose a roep fed Italian knit -heath w %  a matching jacket. Iced blue mohair in the slingshot jumper w •_-. n cowled neckline on her long-sleeved silk crepe blouse was striking on Mrs. Stanley Koches. Citron and Dior blue were the ur -ual color combination i n Mr* Harold Tain's two-piece ens' hie t'npressed pleats en WANTED 01: -oy trains and trolley enrs made before 1940. Write or call 6. FISHER, 711 N. 32nd CT. HOUYW00D, FIA. YU 3-2989 v AUTHORIZED OtALtS r £NiW Ouol.'ty HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 -s. Service All Makci Batteries — Molds STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road (• • '•> Tciti-Tradei-T'UIS—Term PHONE Jf -7l >t retired American Jews to life in Israel. Frank described the club buildillga as "looking like something transplanted from Miami." Illustrating his talks with colorful slides ol tsrael and Neve'Aviv, Prank has already been scheduled to address several Zionist groups here. He will be at the ZOA: luncheon. Mar. 4. at the Waldman : Hotel: Bnai Zion meeting the same evening at Washington Fed: oral, 1234 Washington Ave.; and l.ebediker Branch of Farband on Thursday evening", also at 1234 Washington Ave. Senior Citizens Plan Card Party Senior Citizens of Dade Heights is planning a card party on Sunday. 1 p.m., in the Washington Federal Auditorium. 689 NE 167th St. New officers of the group include Daniel Trigg. president; Alike Dokelsky and Mrs. Abraham l.ip-ius. vice presidents; Mrs. Dora Guterman, treasurer; Mrs. Sylvan Kaye and Mrs. Henrietta Denkin, secretaries. MRS. MARSHALL TUKKIN Turkin, Lande Exchange Vows Marion Lande became the bride of Marshall Turkin in a civil ceremony held Friday. Feb. 7. in Miami. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Turkin. 711 14th St. He attended John Marshall School, the Chicago School of Photography, and the S. Stan hope Smith School of Airbrush, all oi Chicago, III. He is presently associated with the United States Postal Service Department of Miami Beach. The couple will live at 1538 .lei ferson Ave. Named Drive Chairman Mrs Regina A. Shane, of 7715 NE 5th Ave.. Miami, has been appointed chairman of a membership campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Society of South Florida. Puritz, Melnick Vows on Beach Here Feb. 15 The Barcelona Hotel was the setting Saturday evening. Feb. la. for I he marriage of Marilyn Ann Melnick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Melnick. 660O Ca-teneda St., and Lauren Stephen Purtiz. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. David Puritz. 348 Jefferson Ave. A reception at the hotel followed the candlelight ceremony. Rabin Herbert Baumgard officiated. Attending the couple were Mrs. Harvey William Paul, matron of honor; Susan Melnick and Francine Puritz. bridesmaids; Fdward Maxwell, best man; Harvey William Paul and Martin Rose. groomsmen. For the wedding, the former Miss Melnick selected a gown of white bouquet taffeta with a chapellength train. Fa-hioned with portrait neckline and long, pointed sleeves, the boc'ice was embellished with iridescent sequins and pearls. A headpiece ol pearlized orange i lossonu held the bouffant pure -ilk illusion finger tip veil, and white orchids ami slephanotis covered a Bible carried by the bride. A graduate ol Coral Cables High. I he new Mrs, Puritz attended Florida state University, where she was sweetheart i I Tan Epsilon Fraternity. Her husband, a Certi He Public Accountant, is an alumnus <>i Miami Beach High and the University ol Miami, and a member of the Air Force Reserves Brotherhood Role To be Viewed J. Jacques Stone, president. Na t onal Federation of T e m p le Brotherhoods, and Av Bondarin, \FT!i associate executive director, will conc-UCt a workshop for Brotherhood leaders of Reform Temple Men's Clubs in the South Florida area Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Community Center of Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th St. Theme will be 'The Role of the Brotherhood in the Congregation." Morton Grant, past president ol the Southeast Florida Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, is chair man of the arrangements committee. 1 A-1 DOM DAY | EMPLOYMENT :STIC HELP WORKERS FR 9-8401 Refined, Mature Woman WISHES POSITION Al (rmpanion to semi-invalid woman. ht'her, local references furnished. Ask for Mr*. W, J£ 2-4272 POSITION WANTED A tomoanton nurse for so mi invalid looy. live in or out. Can drive. 534-0397 COLLEGE STUDENTS An Exciting 7Vi Week Summer Adventure KIBBUTZ & VACATION m I EUROPE JET DEPARTURES: June 2? Hull S Program Feature*: • 14 do)S of hti>-*tlfei*| %  "* oilier wok in Gaiilit Xibkt.tr* • 7 do. Go Native" littiluiirnj tour throughout Ivaat • 14 dayi of rest oft rrfa1ioi ot the ASHXIION — .!!• dl •<<• en the Mtditv'tontofl • 14 do. tour af Italy, $*ittlafid ard ftonc* ^Hj? For further information & resertons contact:^' ISRAEL HISTADKUT COMMITTEE No. 1 Lincoln Hoad. Su.t214. M.ami Beach JF 1-1231 %  W. : ||( p K i HM. LAURIN PURITZ The new ly\t i ds w :ll live •mi following a honeymoon ( %  rand Bahami Hell to be Speaker Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall %.ill lie guest speaker al a meeting ;.i Harmony Lodge, B'nai B'rit i, %  :i Mondaj night, Mar. 2. in Temple Beth Torah. m Ml. in the Passover At Lombardy Hotel Reservations are now being accepted at the Lombardy Hotel fi>r the nine-day Passover holiday, with special r;.tes for families. .Meals, serve' three tims daily by Sand-Ell Caterers in the surroundings of the hotel's Crystal Room, are under strict rabbinical supervision.


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rage xo-o *JiMMf> rt,rm %  HP Fage 2-A legist ncridffor Friday, Febr Ansin is Named Chairman Of '64 United Fund Drive uar y 21. 1964 Sidney n. Ansin was Tuesdaj ^in named to head Dide County's 1964 United Fund campaign. Announcement was made al a board meeting of the Fund at the Columbus Hotel. Named associate chairmen ol the dine were James L. Knight, president ot the .Miami Herald; Capt. John ii. Halliburton, executive vice president of Eastern Air Linrs; and William D. Singer. chairman of the hoard of Royal Castle System. Global Search For Bormann Continued from Page 1-A was a judge under the Naii regime. The West German Government i>es not know the present whereabouts ot Dr .lose! Mengele, the former Auschwitz murder camp selection" doctor, a Foreign Office -poke-man declared this week Bonn. Under Secret a rj Carl Garstens, answering a question posed bj Social Democrat iiPart) Deputy Gerhard) John, told the Bundstag that rumors thai Mengele whose ssignmenl al the camp was to choose victims for death, was re siding in Paraquay, had been prov1 .i false. He said "we have been : -sin, (i by the Government oi Paraguay thai he ino) in that country The deputy then asked "Do you know where he is?" and the Under Secretary replied. "No, but we are searching tor him." Dr. Mengele, sought as an accomplice lo mur er. recently protested through hi.wife, the action oi two West German universities] "Inch deprived him ol his doctorate titles. The legal action is being handled for him in absentia by an attornej empowered to rep esenl his interests As Singer was announced associate chairman, he was receiving an award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews at NCCJ's annual Brotherhood Award dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Board President John !!. Ring made the announcement of the new appointments. Ansin is president of Sunbeam Television Corp.. which operates WCKT Ch. 7. in the 1963 UF campaign, he headed the Major Gifts Division. A noted Jewish community leader. Ansin was born in Lynn. Mass.. and is president of a shoe manufacturing company established by his father in 1925 He moved to JWVA Brotherhood Rally Miami in 1941 and lives with his wife, Sophie, on Miami Israeli He has two sons, Ronald and Edmund. Belgian Royal Couple in Israel SIDN(Y ANSIN Ansin is a member of the Executive Board and Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Currently, he is also serving as Initial Gifts co-chairman. Ansin was recently honored bj Temple Beth Sholom at an Israel Bond dinner ol tribute, where he received the Israel Redemption V'ear Award "for hiexemplar) service to the community, the Temple, and the Stale ol Israel Junior Division of the Abe llor rowitz Jewish War VeteranAuxiliary. -The Rebelettes," will have a Brotherhood rally on Fob 22. 8 p.m.. at 1 nified Hall. 2300 NE 17I.-I SI Gil la Abramowitz is president <>t lhe Junior Division, and Carel Beyer ichairman Continued from Page 1-A bers Of the press, traveled in a convoy of 18 limousines. The royal entourage was greeted on their arrival in Jerusalem by Mayor Mordechai [sh-Shalom and then proceeded through the decoi rated streets of the city to Mount Zion where the) visited the church ol the Dominion and lit six candlem the Martyrs Chamber in memory of the 6.000.000 Jews who were murdered by Ihe Naziduring the Second World War. Later in the day, the King and Queen were guests at a luncheon given by President Shazar which was aiso attended by Prime Minister i L.vi E.-hkol. Cabinet Ministers, memberof the Knesset, Israel's THE GREATEST V.RTUE IS TO HELP OTHERS! I COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL WHEN VOU INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS YOU GAIN SECURITY FOR lYOURSELF AND BUiLD ISRAELI Mayshie friedberg Parliament, and justices of ih* Supreme Court •—, Courses to Mark Passover Fete Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of Temple Adath Ve-hurun. will begin the second semester ol adult education classes on Monday evening and Tuesday morning. Course will end before Passover. New students may enroll now lor the second semester which will be based on the meaning of Jewish symbols and rituals with special emphasis on Passover CLOCK REPAIR ANT.QUES • GRANDFATHER ALL TYPES OF CLOCKS J. 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Friday. February 21, 1964 -ong-ranjg r.eeis of Miami's Federation agcencies. Kl.'eman, a former president of •he Home BuilderAssociation of South Florida, and a leader of construction industry drives ( n behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal, has been appointed chairman of the Budget Committee for the coming year. Fleeman, wno has held voluntary leadership positions with Fed (•ration and serves as president of the Greater Miami Chapter of UnAmerican Jewish Committee, will head the committee that has the responsibility for reviewing the requests of all Greater Miami Jewish Federation beneficiary agencies, and recommending allotments to the Executive Comnuttee and Board of Governors. Farband Theatre Assembly Sunday David Pinski Folk School will present the Farband Theatre As-' ^embly on Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at I Miami Beach High School Audi-I torium. Feature presentation will be | •Travels of Benjamin III'' based on the works of Mendele Mocher Sforum. adopted and directed by; David Licht. • Cast includes Pola Kadison at 1 the piano, with David I.icht. Ben Bonus. .Miriam Kressyn, Seymour Rexaite, Reiil Boxyk and Max Bozvk. 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK I'RI I MIOPJM TONIGHT'TIL.9:3Q Li.^* 3 *\ ufrflfotrtttjj Oxxford Sport Coats, the finest hand-tailored coats found anywhere, exclusively at Jordan Marsh. Imported woolens and cashmeres, hand sewn in every detail, tailored for precise fit. The well-dressed man has the advantage. Oxxford Sport Coats, from $205. Oxxford Shop, First Floor, Miami. • **•&<*>



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?crae 4-C Mtuui.^jiaK Page 6-C >. I'M /f# HtmfBbn Friday. February 21. 1964 Second Annual Golf Tournament Held For Combined Jewish Appeal Here %  -._ .-. .,>, %  ,. \I:irk< Members of the Life Insurance Division of Combined Jewish Appeal mee*. in the Board Room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to plan their drive in the annual campaign. Left to right are (seated) Ira E. Mogul, Joseph Harvest and Fred Sandier. Standing (left to right) are Harold Fessig, Fred Stone, division co-chairman, and Theodore Levy. Also co-chaiimun of the division but not shown is Marshall Wolper. Making the Imperial House cocktail party, the first high-rise apar'Tient function in the Residents Division for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, an outstanding success are (left to right) Sam Blank, host, 1964 CJA Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, host, and Carl Weinkle, also a host. Three leaders of the Apparel Group shown at a planning meeting for a luncheon this week in behalf of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Harry Mizrachi, of King Cole, group chairman; John Serbin, of Serbin, Inc., honorary chairman; and Donald S. Lavigne, of Donald S. Lavigne, Inc. The second annual Westview Country Club Goli Tournament and stag Dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was lo take place at the club Thursday Feb. 20. it was announced by Dr. Norman S. Jatie. chairman ol the event. As-i-iinu Dr Jaffe in the all-day program which consists of golf, cocktails and dinner, followed by cards, were Co-Chairmen David 1' Catsman. Daniel L, Oilman and Leonard A. Wien. The shotgun tourney was to start at i p.m., and ioo percent club handicap was to be in force. Dr. Jaffe announced every member of the club, including both golf and social memberships, was to be invited to join the club's annual event on behalf of the ole'est and largest philanthropy sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish community. "We were extremely proud ol the tradition established at Wesl view Country Club by last year's inaugural tournament and dinner on behalf ol Federation and Com limed Jewish Appeal," Dr. Jaffe .slated. Members ol the committee planning the event with Dr. Jaffe and the three cu chairmen were Leon ard L. Abes Jacob M. Arvey. Ben Blum. Michael Bright, Col. Dudlej D. Brodie. Melvin .1. Cohen, Jack L. Daner. Dr. Richard F Deutch .Melvin Guterman and Isadorc llecht. Also Samuel F. Hillman, Ernest Janis, Sidney Lefcourt, Joseph M Lipton. Herbert Login, Harry Schools Hold CJA Rallies Here Annual school Combined Jewish Appeal rally was held recently at Temple Ner Tarn id. Daniel Heller, national com mander of the Jeui>h War Vet erans and chairman of the Speak cr's Bureau of the Combined Jewish Appeal, addressed the 500 school delegates expected. Tova Ronni, knoun as the '"Songbird of Israel." presented a musical program for the >tu dents. Winners of Jewish Nation al Fund prizes were presented with the annual .INF awards. The delegates broke into three buzz sessions at H a.m. Chairing the first buzz session on the United Jewish Appeal was Jay Cassellhoff, of Temple Israel, and president of the Interschool Keren Ami Council. Neil Lefkove acted as moderator and Sheldon Wengel, publicity director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, acted as consultant. In the second buzz session on national agencies. Scott Samet ol Bed Torah Congregation, was chairman, with Rebecca Hoodwin acting as moderator. Robert For nan, director of budget lor Fed oration, served as consultant. In the third session on local agencies, AI Kaplan, of Beth Dav Id, was chairman, with Stuarl Marcus, of the Israelite Center acting as recorder. Louis Schwartz man. executive director of the Bureau, served as consultant The annual rally is sponsored In the Interschool Keren Ami Coun oil of the Bureau of Jewish Edu cation which brings togethei delegates of all Jewish schools on a regular basis to discuss agencies of the Jewish community. t„ gain insights into their functions and to determine distribution of the lunds collected weekly in all Jewish schools. MarkOWitZ, Lawrence Marks. Ben Matthews, Ferd S. -Meyer. Sidney Meyer. Stanley C. Myers and A. J, Molasky. Also David Phillips, Harold Hani, M fj Seymour Rubin, Herbert N. Schwarz, John N Serbin, Bernard Siderman, I. s B Spitzer, S I Taylor, Herbert ll. Tenenbom, Carl Weinkle and William A Weintraub. Feinberg Slated At Westview Abraham Feinberg was lo be guest speaker at the second annual Westview Country Club stag dinner and golf tournament co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, accord;'., to Dr Norman S. Jaffe, chairman. The function was t" take place on Feb. 20 at the club Beneluiary will be the 1964 Combined J( Appeal campaign. Feinberg, among his many affiliations, is president of the American Committee for the Weizmar.n Institute of Science, national president of State of Israel Bonds, and a trustee of the Harry S. Truman Library, He was one oi the founders %  I the I'nited Jewish Appeal ol Greater New York, and is chair man ol Ihe board ol Kayser Roth Corp. "His appearance here is ol pai ticular interest," according to Dr Jaffe. "because Feinbei is also chairman ol the board of the Caesarea Goll and Country Club in Israel."" Vssisting in preparations lor the evenl were David P. Catsman. Daniel Gilman and Leonard A. Wien. club co-chairmen. Starting at l p.in the program was to con sisl oi golf, cocktails and dinner. So. Beach CJA Names Leaders Michael Sossin and () s c a r Mamber have been named cochairmen ol the South Beach drive on behalf ol the Residents Division ol Combined Jewish Appeal, d was announced by John Serbin chairman ol the Residents Diviion Kt fit ling that this mt-ttinlor Suit 1 : Beach residents was held in 'he synagogue of which the C.IA leneral chairman. Dr. Irving Lehrman. is spiritual leader' the new appointees declared. David R. Porvin, president of the Greater Miami Becrh Motel Association, will serve as co-chairman of the 1964 Motel Group in the Combined Jewish Appeal, alor.7 with Mor'ou Stein, of the Colonial Inn, and Larry Silverman. it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 campaign chairmen. New Bark Elects Sounders Board Chairman Dexter Saunders, pioneer Miam1.111. was elected chainr.ir. of the board and president of the new Five P.unts National Bank. 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Page 12-B IntlstifhrkHan Friday. February 21. \964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Max Lerner Regards the 'New Europe' Max l.erner is popular. Suburbia has taken him to its bosom. What iloos he have to say to the young matron with the fresh-lacquered hair and her husband dutifully in attedanee —and the old ones who remember and whisper of the old Max Lerner? When hi' -peaks, is it to them'.' Apparently, he does. They came in droves, by the 8(i0. to hear him last Sunday night. Earlier, bushy-haired and not too stylishly attired. Dr. Lerner dwindled down into his chair in his Dupont Plaza hotel room. His customary charm and verve held in obeyance, he nevertheless displayed the forbearance and gracicusness of the teacher he is. He seemed tired, perhaps discouraged. Just back from a year in Europe, and in Miami to speak for Jewish family and Children's Service. Max Lerner spoke of possibilities. ••I went to Europe," said Lerner. "because I sensed the need for mw relationships." He proposes a "Directorate Idea" wherein the major Western powers could determine foreign policy in unison. "Because of modern communication systems, decisions can be made together." said Dr. Lerner. "It was a mistake not to share our nuclear knowledge wilh France. But we can still break down their sense ot exclusion by an exchange of nuclear know-how." De Gaulle's Hostility De Gaulle is hostile and has contempt for the United states that dates back to the treat' men! he received from the late President Roosevelt. He main' tains that Europe has a des_ tiny which is not to be a tail r to the American dog. %  "De Gaulle." Dr. Lerner 'said, "is the most brilliant single leader in the world toe-day. and he will be elected r again for a period of eight ryears. So we will have to contend with him. France docs not have power, but De Gaulle has ideas." Dr. Lerner spent much of his time in Europe groping for a sense of a new relationship toward France. President Johnson is continuing MAX UKNtK time in Curept President Kennedy's policy toward De Gaulle, he said, and that policy is based on American power to prevent a Communist victory. "But Europeans," added Dr. Lerner. "don't feel that a nuclear threat is imminent." De Gaulle has made mistakes. He counted on a German alliance and miscounted Erhard's compliance. And in the future, he may count too much on the Chinese giving up their Grand Design. Red China in the UN • On Red China and the United Nations—"Of course they should be in the United Nations." said Dr. Lerner. "but not on the Security Council until they prove their good intentions." • On President Johnson—"1 have some reservations." said Dr. Lerner. He overacts to crisis as in the Guantanamo situation. He should play it cool." • On the Radical Right— "Upon my return lrom Eu rope." Dr. Lerner said. "I've been impressed on how the radical right has been deflated. Before I left, I felt that Goldwater would carry the South. He can't do it now. He's no longer a serious candidate. Rockefeller is a real pos sibility and the Republicans' best candidate. The radical right is in retreat, and they've been helped along this path by Gokfnliter's campaign in New Hampshire." The radical right represents soft mindedness. "They don't recognize the futility of farce by itself," he declared. 'They'd be shocke.1," Max Lerner said, "to learn that if we sent the Marines to Cuoa we would be starting a \ar sans the support of any al! Dr. Lerner's Credo When informed of the !l but vociferous right wing men! in Miami. Dr. Lerner expressed surprise. Max Lerier has (in i America as a civilization. \\ :i asked t'> define his spol in i l civilization, he shifted ner\ .ly an 1 then said, "I'm a p litj cal activist with no political aspirations, I'm a teacher 1 perform a critical function. I'm a tough-minded liberal ind a possibilist. exploring the hm• its ol social and political pn.-if hility. I see myself as a Jew without the need to practice the rituals of my religion. I would integrate the Jewish trac I m into the American texture, "ii not a gcncrali-t. I'm a ialist." ,*• %  &f %  *-. CHANDLERS Is Open For Your LUNCHEON PLEASURE Van Ciiburn Will Play Piano Opus By Tschaikowsky Van Ciiburn. celebrated American prize-winning pianist, will be guest soloist with the University : Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabian S:vit/ky conducting, on two consecutive ni-jhts. Sundaj i : %  viondaj %  • i nings, Feb. 23 and i-; The Sim'.';, perfi rn ance will be hi i I at Mi imi Beach Convi i %  ll to at i % %  n i ate an esti mated audience ol 5.noi The Mo i i >ncert alrea > sol i oul 1 d ..• D Coi m first Mian \ I ( i coi hid IM al i liano coi i Dr. Sevitiky has programmed •wo ac't'itional Russian coinpositiors for the Cl.burn concert. Dmitri Kabelevsky's Overtjre to •he opera, "Colas Braugnan will open the program, sixth in at an Exhibition." Arthur Foote's "Aria and Fugue" completes the program. Ciiburn is a native of Shreveport, La., but spent most of his early youth in Texas. He first appeared in public at the age Of] lour. He made his orchestral dehut at age 12 with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, playing the Tchaikovskj concerto. He later received a scholarship to the Juilliard School ol Music, where he studied under the renowned music teacher, Mms. Rosina Lhevinne. irn mosl impi rtanl \ ictorj in buildin a co erl i arei r came in 1953, v hi :i he A in the coveted Edgar M Leventritl Foundation Award with a brilliant performance Of Liszt's Twelfth Rhapso.ly. The Moscow Piano Competition award skyrocketed the 29-year old pianist into world-wide prominence. A national hero. Ciiburn returned to the United States where he received a New York City ticker-tape welcome and parade never before given a classical musician. 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+JmUt Mcrktiaw Page 15-A Newly-Constructed Facilities at Cedars Being Endowed by Community Leaders Kewly-coostructed facilities at Stern. Joseph Krefetz. Mr and hP„ 0 „„V. ?"" ,lo pitaI are Mrs Nat Waldman. Mr. and Mrs being endowed by a Kroup oi out-1 Sol Greenblatt and Mr and Mrs standing civic leaders and busiHarold Landfield MM executives, it has been announced this week by Harry L. Lewis, hospital president A pace-setter in the contributors 1 category. Saul Silberman. opened the fifth floor Silberman Pavilion several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Spector have endowed the entire sixth floor, and patients >re now occupying a substantial section of the wing. Louis Pallot. founder of Norton Tire Company, has endowed a room on the second floor, in the| Maternity Wing. Johnnie Feller.! owner of Johnny and Macks. has ; donated the costs of the fifth floor! Nurses' Station, and building conIractor Robert Merritt also en-l (lowed furnishings of a patient room on the second floor. Other rooms have been endowed y Dr. Hiehard Finthell. of the Greater Miami Savings and Loan Association; Frank Levitas. president of Southgate Towers Men's Association; M. David Blumberg, industrialist; Samuel Sanels, banking executive anil builder: and William McDonald Jr.. internationally-known p ii i' t promoter and business leader. Also Charles Charcowsky, Jacob Sher. Sam C. Levenson. the Albert Dubbin family, builder Morris Lomaskin. Philip Warshaw, J. S Garvett, J. M. Kratze, Kyman Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has recently completed the upper three floors, adding 175 patient beds to the existing 108 beds on the first three floors. The 126,000 sq. ft. facility, approved by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, is a member of the South Florida Council, Florida Hospital Association, and the American Hospital Association, and is licensed by the State of Florida. The non • profit, non-sectarian community hospital is located at 1 1321 NW 14th St.. in the heart of Miami's Civic and Medical Center. Value of the completed six-story structure is approximately five and a half million dollars. Known as "the hospital without an admitting department." Cedars opened its doors to south Florida residents in November. 1961 and has operated at near capacity since. i Administrator i s Sar.ford K. Iironstein. and Dr. Max Pepper | is chief of staff. LEGAL NOTICE 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS „ BULLETINS / Reproduced on LISTS { Bond Paper > WHILE YOU WAIT Cash & Carry REPORTS CONTRACTS Serving Miami Since 1946 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS PRIVATE i. SEMI-PRIVATE SPANISH LESSONS MR. AND MRS. REGOJO Call: CE 8-2669 or TU 7-2805 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61953-B III RK: I'M;,!,lit I:I:.\I:ST HVHK IH.AKH. I i. a.-.I. 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Friday. February 21, 1964 vJenfclh Mtrndtor) Page 9-A National Inaugural This Weekend In Miami, confirming the partnership of the Jews of Canada and the United States in aiding the economic development of Israel, are Louis H. Boyar (righ'l of Los Anqeles, national chairman for Trustees of the Israel Bond O.-ganization, and D. Lou Harris (left), of Toronto, Israel Bond chairman for Canada. They are joined by Ambassador Aryeh Manor, Economic Minister of the Embassy of Israel. All three are in Miami for the 1964 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds this weekend. > Samuel Roth berg Honored Here For 20 Years of Leadership %? %  Samuel Rothberg, chairman of the international inaugural conference ot Israel Bonds, was cited this week for his 20 years of leadership in behalf of Israel and its economic development. Rothberg was the guest of honm at a dinner last Saturday night lor the Miami eonsular corps at the Fontainebleau. held in preparation for this weekend's inaugural of the 1964 campaign to sell S8o.000.000 in Israel Bonds. Zev Dover, Israel's Consul for the Southeast United States, who together with Mrs. Dover was host for the dinner, presented a silver Israel Kiadush cup to Rothberg in recognition of his outstanding leadership. I In an address at the dinner, mbassador Aryeh Manor, Economic Minister of the Embassy | of Israel, indicated three major | tasks which Israel must carry out with the aid of Israel Bonds during the next five years: continued growth of its economy, reduction in the gap between ] exports and imports, and improvement of the country's educational system. He stressed the importance of the last item, terming Israel's young people j its "most important natural re, source." | "We expect to reach a population of 3.000.000 by 1970,'' Ambas NT.dor Manor said, "and we should' have 4.000,000 people some time during the 1970s. We must build | solid economic foundations for our, growing population because funds | Irom other outside sources are di: Canadians Gather For Moess Chittin Several hundred former Canadians now living in South Florida I wiU join Canadians visiting here and their Florida guests at the 14th annual Purim Ball and Banquet on behalf of the TorontoCanadian Moses Chittin Fund on Sunday, Mar. 1, at the DiLido Hotel. Moess Chittin (Wheat Fund' is an age-old tradition which provides wine and other necessities for needy Jews and their families lor Passover. The dinner, which will be held M the OiLido's Grand Cotillion j Ballroom, is sponsored by the Uited Jewish Relief Agencies of the Canadian Jewish Congress. Funds will be distributed overseas through the Joint Distribution Committee. Recipients will be needy Jewish families in North Africa and Europe and newly-arrived immigrants to Israel. — Serving as chairman is Samuel dmel, honorary vice president of the Canadian Zionist Organization. minishing We must have an increasing How in Israel Bond dollars." other leading participants In the dinner were Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization; Louis ll. Boyar. national chairman for Trustees; and D. Lou Harris, national chairman for Canada, who pledged greater results from the Israel Bond drive in his country. Continued from Page 1-A P • pir In his capacity as Minister of Finance oj Israel.' Sapir will present to the delegate a report on the current economic situation and outline Is-. rael's development plans lor the next live years that depend on Israel Bon s. Sapir said recentl\ that "Israel Bonds represent the most important and the mosti reliable financial instrument for] Israel." Another major speaker at the eorference will be Sin. Abraham Ribiccff, who served as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in the late President Kennec'y's Cabinet. Sen. Ribicoff is expected to discuss the %  social and educational aspects of the growth of Israel. The entertainment program at' the dinner will feature Jan Peerce.' world-famous tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, and Hani.a Ahroni, young Israeli soprano. The new Israel Bond Issue to be launched al the conference represents an indispensable source of funds for major elements in Israel's program of economic development, Of decisive importance i> the National Water Project to bring water from the Sea of Galilee to the arid south. Although the Arab states have threatened drastic action to prevent the implementation of this project, the people of Israel are determined to move forward with their irrigation program as the keyto the reclamation and settlement o| the Negev. Samuel Rothberg, national campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organization, who has been spearheading the initial phase in the new campaign, will preside al the inaugural conference dinner. Admission to the dinner is based on a purchase of a minimum of Si.000 in Israel Bonds. In addition to the Israel Bonds sold to delegates attending the conference, the national leadership of the drive has been working diligently to push ales in other parts of the country under the stimulus oi the Mi mi inaugural conference. Israel Bom! leadrs taking p rl in the conference, in addition to Baron de Rothschild, Rothberg, and Mrs. Jan Peerce, "ill include Abraham Feinberg. president; Ira Guildcn, national chairman; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president; Louis ll. Boyar, national chairman ci Trustees; Max Bressler, national chairman of Guardians; and Jul I; Venezky, national chairman for Regions Bank of Miami Beach Buys Quarter Million in Bonds The largest single purchase of. Israel Bonds by a bank in the history of the bond issue was an-' nounced by Jack A. Cantor. Florida statewide chairman of the Is-' reel Bond Organization. Cantor revealed a quarter of a million dollar Israel Bond purchase by the Bank of Miami Ucac'i ;t a reception given by Leonard Rosen, co-chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. in honor of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.' national vice president of Israel Bonds. I The purchase was disclosed in | a letter to Cantor by Philip E. i Simon, ehairman of the board of the Bank of Miami Beach. In the letter to Cantor, Simon stated, "It is the considered judgment of our board that Israel Bonds have proved to be a sound, prudent financial invest ment." The check for the purchase the Israel Bonds will be pen ally presented bj Simon t i Pin Sapir. Minister of Finance of State of Israel, at a dinner urda\ evening at the Fonta bleau Hotel, climaxing the in national inaugural conference Israel Bonds. The check will presented as a mark of tribute Baron Edmond de Rothschild France, guest of honor at the • lerence. of onhas • Satternolle '.o ot onHappy Purim from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation Makers of VICEROY Cigarettes not too strong...not too light... VICEROY'S got the Deep-Weave Filter ...and the taste that's ri g ht! BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION 3te %4fafi& of£ua/ety 4n ttdoceo,9ho


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Friday. February 21, 1964 *Jmtet> rhridHan few Auschwitz Trial is Scheduled I Page 13-C I FRANKFURT — (JTA) — A sec k A BCtawitl murder camp trial. Ivotving 20 defendants, will open ITI -> soon as the current case gainst 22 former guards and of%  cers is completed, a district purl spokesman announced this leek He said the trial could heI uediately but the delay was rc< by the lack of courtroom Icilitii The defendants in the Irthcoming Auschwitz trial inlude Jormcr SS men up to the link oi major and two former in lates, both criminal prisoners. | Charges and evidence in the ise already fill 20 volumes and lindrtds of former Auschwitz in |at< • have been questioned in instigations that included reParch in Israel. Poland. East Germany. Hungary and Czechoslo akia Only three of the 20 depndar.ts are in pre-trial confinement, the other 18 having been pleased on bail. frael Supports Red lea for No Change If World's Borders SALEM (JTA) Israel pports the proposal of Sm mice Khrushchev thai it is [--• al to prevent changes bj ; teri it 11 ial frontiers, Levi Eshkol said in his feplj to the prop is I, details ol 1 re disclosed this week remier told the Soviet 1 • 1.it Israel also welcomed tin s let proposal that an inter. I covenant or treaty be con on the abandonment ol the 1 lone for the solution of Tutorial and frontier disputes Bind on settlement of international Disputes by peaceful means. The Premier added that Israel was (prepared in principle to associate itself with an agreement based on such principles. The Khrushchev letter was ae| tually one sent to all Govern| ments. He proposed that all governments bind themselves < not to use force in solving frontier disputes and settlements should be reached only by peaceful means. In his reply. Premier Eshkol koted Israel's repeated appeals to is neighbors for peaceful settle. lent of Arab Israel issues and 1 suggestions that all states in Middle East should refrain )m force or threats to use force put an end-to policies of belkereiMH and settle disputes by £gotiations. The Israeli Premier formed the Soviet Premier ol rael's readiness not only to coprate on such principles but also Rael's willingness to take part lurther exchanges of views to |rify and give effect to the Sov Premier's proposals in Group Here iews Birchites ['The Birch Society—A Fascist fganizntion?" was the subject a panel discussion sponsored the Miami Beach Chapter, lit'd Nations Association, open keting recently at the Washing Federal Auditorium on NorIndy Isle. pembers of the panel were JosKorvick, South Florida Chap I nitarian Fellowship for SocB Justice; Harold Kramer. AmorIn Jewish Congress; Irvin R. kindler, chapter president; and imi Beach Attorney Joel New In. moderator. th David Junior Choir luring Saturday morning sen-: |s at Beth David Congregation,! newly-formed Junior Choir. | (npo-ecl of boys and girls nine ten years old. under the diJtion of Cantor William W. Lip will be heard in its first apb-ance, assisting the Cantor al I honoring the new month I Among the 20 are the former labor chief of the camp at Birkenau and two commandants of subsidiary camps in


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Friday. February 21. 1964 *•. imfsfi nmrikHnun Page 11-8 Planning the annual donor luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel are front row left to right) Mrs. Jerome Halpern, co-chairman, sponsor rickets; Mrs. Sidney Raffel. chairman, luncheon; Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, chairman, sponsor tickets. Standing (left to right) are Barbara Rado, co-chairman, publicity; Mrs. Henry J. Nelson, chairman, flowers; Mrs. Joseph Edwards, general committee; Mrs. J. L. Mendelson, co-chairman, seating. Function will be Mar. 18 at the Carillon Hotel. Prizes for distribution have been brough' back from Europe by Mrs. I Max Matz. Entertainment will include Bill Jordan and songs by Folies Bergere star Lynda Gloria. In charge of reservations are Mis. Robert Saltzman and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Lebediker Branch To Mark Purim Young Men's CJA To Hear Leader Damd .\uil Holler and Harry B. Smith have invited members of thi* Yotins Men's Division, Combined Jewish Appeal, to meet Joseph Kartter, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Cabinet, on Wednesday evening. Mar. 4 The event on behalf of Hie 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal will he a cocktail party at smith's home, 23o So HibisCUS Dr., Hibiscus Is Mid. Sain Luby Jr.. is heading the program ol the YOung Men's Division which is holding a number of cocktail parties on behalf ol the 1361 Combine.i Jewish Appeal. Traditional Purim party spun sored by the Lebediker Far/band Branfib will be held on Thursday it. Feb. 27, at the Algiers Ho lei Holiday delicacies. including Hamfntaschen and wine, will be served, and a concert will be presented, Participating artists are Michl Gibson, Sarah and Chaim Fershko, Herman Gottlieb, Cantor Mordvcai Yardeini, Ben Yomen and Esther Barrett. President is Joseph 1'. Zuckerman. The branch has organized iti \vn blood bank and now has L'J pints of blood in reserve. L (iuest speakers and subjects dlsi iissed recently at branch meet included Mrs. Annette Blacker, on "The Plight of Jewry Throughout the World' ; Dr. Nor man Berk, Activities ol the .lew i.-h War Veteran"; Isaac Donen, "Jewish Education"; Jacob Fraydman. "Pioneering Personalities"; Harry Simonhoff, "Louis Lio-ky— The Great Zionist"; l)r Hyiikin Turkin. "The Human Body." Vice President Oscar Shapiro is in charge of all leading committees, and Solomon Panics.-; and Eli Malm of finances, Jacob Fraydman and Abraham Warshau head cultural developments, and Leon April and Ben Meyers, benevolence and blood bank. Dr, Norman Berk, Sarah Babier, Bachael Parness, Simon Tetenbaum, Ben Talinaduo. Albert RickIm. Frieda Sack. Meyer Goldstein and Joseph P. Zuckerman are in charge of general planning. Dr. Mandelbaum Speaks Sunday "What Can We Moderns Believe About Prayer'.'" will be discussed by Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, pro-' vost of the Jewish Theological' Seminary of America, at the second sesson of Temple Emanu-El's Breakfast Forum Scries on Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Dr. Mandelbaum is associate professor in homiletics on the faculty of the Rabbinical Department at the Jewish Theological! Seminary. For the past several years, be has worked with Dr. 1 Louis Finkelstein, Seminary chancellor, in the Institute lor Religious and Social Studies. In 1963, Rabbi .Mandelbaum re-| ccived his doctorate from the Sem-i inary lor a scientific edition of the Pesikta ol Rab Kahana. a Palestinian Mulrash of the sixth ceni tury. A chapter appeared in the Mordeeai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volumes. Dr. Robert Gordis will conclude the Breakfast Forum Series on Sunday, Mar. 1. Topic will be "What Can We Moderns Believe About Revelation?" Dr. Sherman Kaplan is chairman o| the Breakfast Forum. 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National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will sponsor a birthday party at the hospital on Friday evening. Featured "ill be K. Absher. a magician, and refreshments will be -lived. Chairmen are Mi's. M Kare. Miss Ann Denmark and Mis Harry Cordon. For Very Special Occasions... diplomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imafjine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, cdl 9-?<><7l m Miami, o W'A 5-8111 m Hollywood HOLLY WOOD-BY-THE-SEA HM, / d General Insurance Co-Chairman Albert Ossip and Fred D.:mond make plans for complete coverage of their division :;: the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal. 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raqe IU-O Page 4-A "Je wish FloHdian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 34605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX • • -. MM 396 --.. ,~. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher Th. Jewish Fl.ridian ha, %  •••** fc'ffiJ13!W the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish eg Service. NafioKar Ecfftonai *""•• p lorlda press Assn. Eoolish-Jewish Newspap eis. and the Fiorina r"The J.wish norldtondownotpjaranw. J*"* n,a of the merchandise advertised in us % % %  '""" % %  RATES: SUBSCRIPTION Local Area ., One Year fS.OO Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 Number 8 Friday. February 21. 1964 8 Adar 5724 The Israel Bond Contribution Baron Edmond de Rothschild, namesake of his illustrious father, will be guest of honor at the international inaugural conference for State of Israel Bonds when the inaugural stages its banguet Saturday night in the Fon'ainebleau Hotel. The young Baron, in his overwhelming concern for the State of Israel *oday and as president of the Israel Bond Oraanization in Europe, has a significant modal whom to fashion his purpose. The elder Baron Edmond de Rothschild became known as "the falher of the Yishuv" when his contributions to the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine were finally revealed. For years hiding his identity as the benefactor of the first Jewish settlements, Rishan and Petach Tikvah, Baron de Rothschild was acclaimed throughout Israel when both the extent and significance of his woiks became generally known. The young Baron's presence at the inaugural conference this weekend on Miami Beach attests to the fact that he and his family continue in their intimate concern for Israel's best interests. The inaugural will launch a new $400,000,000 Israel Bond issue, and the 1964 goal has been set at 585,000,000. The young state's population is growing at some 100.000 persons a year, and it may well reach the 3,000,000 mark by 1970. At such a rapid rate of expansion, both the value and purpose of the bond campaign seem well magnified. As some 2.000 leaders from throughout the United States and Canada gather here this weekend to plan ahead for the Israel Bond campaign, they may rest assured that theirs is a central contribution to the secret drama in the heart of "the father of the Yishuv." GOING TO A PIRIM PARTY .OV^ %  <* %  German people feel, as they watch the parade of witnesses, that there but for the Grace of God go they. The German Trials There is simply no underlying statement that can be made about the Nazi trials being conducted in West Germany today. For all the care Israel took to stage the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, and for all the planning that went into making the inguiry there a fundamental lesson in history, the apparently haphazard undertakings in West Germany today at least at this point tend to eclipse it. If the comparison is both a forced and odious one, it nevertheless can not be avoided. The seemingly haphazard tone of the German trials, their spontaneousness, the suicides of witnesses, these and other characteristics tend to capture one's fancy and to bring back the violence and incredibility of the Nazi era with far greater impact than the studied and carefully-prepared Jerusalem inguiry ever managed. But these are reactions outside of Germany. To what extent are the trials affecting the Germans themselves? For the answer to this, we may well have to wait a long time. Our own intuitive feelings tend to be negative. We foresee a future of resentment and rebellion because the purpose of the trials is no! really being spelled out. Neither do the Yeshiva's New Horizons Leaders interested in Yeshiva University's affairs will gather here starting this weekend to pay tribute to the center of higher learning now in its 76th academic year. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the university, will be in Greater Miami as a symbol of the heart and soul of Yeshiva. To be emphasized is the university's Belter Graduate School of Science. Boasting a distinguished faculty, the school is making a notable contribution to the nation's unparalleled need for men and women trained in science and research. It is through their capabilities, and similiarly well-eguipped schools and faculties, that our country can be expected to maintain the leadership of the free world. For increasingly, knowledge is emerging in its ultimate role of maximum significance to the achievement of man's highest interests. Since its founding, Yeshiva University has steered a straight course toward the fulfillment of academic excellence. Beginning as a rabbinic seminary, the university is now fully branched in the American tradition of other universities with similar sectarian roots. A total university in its most complete meaning as a center of higher learning, Yeshiva today boasts 17 schools leading to a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees. Purim and Survival Purim next week brings us back to our reading of the Megillah, and once again on this joyous holiday, we will cheer the heroine and hiss the villain and his ten sons. The heroine is. of course. Queen Esther, who saves the Jews against the wicked designs of Haman by interceding on their behalf with her husband, King Ahasuerus. Principally, we are confronted with one more period in our history when godless men sought to destroy the Jewish people. And it is an ever-glorious ending with which we are confronted: that the Jews prevail and survive, even as they survived holocausts far greater than Haman ever intended for them. the week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN • %  • • Friday, February 21. 1964 %  T WOULD be worthwhile for %  our nation to study the hisduring the week aWfS Stt S Z and fall to the status of mediocrity as a world power. There is much in it we can learn; and while it may be too late to avoid many of h*r ernrs. for we have long since traveled the same path of sinf.omis sion. the value to us should stem from another arena: an augmented understanding of the •inevitability" of events certain to occur during the days ahead For three-hundred years and more, the British Empire hire the •white man's burden" as a ruler of the seas and colonizer in just about every' continent of the globe. While we have long held in con tempt the substance of this phrase drawn from pompous Kipling, and while we may be particularly fearful of it today, especially because of its racial implications, the fact also is that we have inheri*d the responsibility of similar burdens, perhaps on a less far-filing scale but with greater meaning to the ultimate destiny of the free world than Britain ever foresaw. Nowhere is it more apparent than in our relations with tr Latin American nations today. Here, the stakes are highest, far higher than in Castro Cuba, which remains a burning issue, of course. But Castro is a fact, whether we like him or not; while in Latin America we have yet to see the fulflowering of the seeds of our folly. And planted they are. just as surely as harvested they will bo: therefore. hope runs swiftly in the hearts of many of us fascinated b what seems the inevitability of tomorrow that the future may t i„. wrested from the fate of Cuba under Communism. •!• -I%  :HOPE FOR HAPPY FUTURE SEEMS DIMMED T HE PARTICULAR FOCUS of our f;iilincs is clearly seen ama. To the people of Panama, we are the same kind pi celM government that was Great Britain in the heyday of her world ; ncy. We have preached one thing there, and througho America, while practicing anol ei principally, giving support o ultra-conservative and even reactionarj dictatorial ruling for Thai i 1 "' United altempl of dedii ii i sinci thi earlj daj R ios< elt \ h ni I i i rse the tren I hardl> mil il mr ei rors in the past I tainly do n< th !e far more recently, been .. consistent historj ol ci i %  ry revolutionary then and I a ti II is a ci a ii point — an unenviable hat IMII happen t<> oui best lie intentions when mustered too late. The l s dilemma todaj is thai we can no longer hope to the kind of revolution one maj henceforth expect in the Latin ican nations. For it seems inevitable that they will be of thi variety, if not indeed Castro dominated, and we are of com nutted to his destruction. As a result, what can be our hope in Panama, a sensitive hemispheric area where human passions gcrocl against us have been merely laid in abeyance? •!• •!• •!• BRIT AMI'S Iff OKI TO RtPAIR OUR DAMAGE •THE JOHNSON ADMINISTRATION has not solved the Panama crisis any more than the Kennedy Administration prevented its outbreak. It is here that \\e have reaped the wild wind; it ii here that our policies have come home to plague us. If we have failed to tear a page out of Great Britain's history, it is the British who can now best afford to sit back comfortably and bask in the I^atin American squeeze to our national destiru For Panama and the Panama Canal, with all the strategic significance they possess in the matter of our security, are projections just ten years later of Britain's dilemma in the Middle East, her final failure to solve "the white mans burden" and the fulflowering of the hate she sowed during the three centuries of her world ascendanc In 1954, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, still basking in the glory of American global power won during World War II and until his death virtual President of the United States, crossed ovei into one of Britain's last remaining spheres of influence to for out of Suez and the Suez Canal Zone. The consummate gall and the pompously moral tone this gesture required can only be understood today by those who did not understand it then — now th;.' suffering similarly in Panama. Two years later, as an addendum to this pomposity, Pi sidenl Eisenhower committed the sole acl of his entire administration b> demanding that Britain. France and Israel leave Suez for good and all, where they had returned m a joint campaign designed I the damage created by ikes single vision of greatness fURTHER APPRECIATION CERTAINLY NEEDED IT is CLEAR that we have learned neither from Greal errors In her once glorious past nor from our own in the pres


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Page 10-C i-Jewisti nark/bun Friday. February 21, 1964 MCRf LUXNER Director Rejoins Janis Company The Janis Corporation announces -hat Andrew Frank Scheer has rcoined the building organization as -ales director especially to handle The Shores, the new 95-unit con•ominium apartment building now %  inder construction in Miami •Jwres. Previously associated with the Janis Corporation for live years, -cheer left his own business to re>urn to the firm. The Shores, one of the first conlominium apartment buildings in .'Jade County and the only waterront apartments in Miami Shores. is the newest venture of the Janis crporation. Harmony BB Launches Drive B'nai B'rith is moving ahead quicklj with extensive preparations for its new membership caml>;ii_;n in North Miami Beach, it wannounced Wednesday by Mort Luxner, Membership Committee chairman and vice presi dent of Harmony Lo.'ge. Luxner iias targeted 120 new members during the campaign in coincide with the historic 120th anniversary celebration of B'nai B'rith. Membership teams have albeen organized, and will be approaching their North Miami Beach neighbors in a door-to-door canvass. Stating that B'nai B'rith, trie world's oldest and largest Jewish service organization, has been active en the national scene since 1843, Luxner added: "Only through an increased membership can we accelerate the priceless services that B'nai B'rith renders so effectively. We must have the manpower to do the jobs that reed doing." The newest lodge in B'nai 15'rith, officially designated Harmony Lodge No. 2463. is still uncharter ed, thereby making eligible as charter members all who are enrolled prior to awarding of the charter in April. "We are going to reach all these eligibles' within the next month or so.'* declared Luxner. Co-chairman. Jack Raphael, added: "Our goal is to make B'nai B'rith programs and activities available to each and every member of our Jewish community." Next meeting lor the new HarThe Constant Cardiac Care Center Saves Lives at Cedars Patient's hearts are "saved" here. This is a "Nurses' Eye View" of the Constant Cardiac Care Center on the fourth tloor at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. A nurse seated at the desk in the foreground can watch each cardiac patient in the four rooms through the circular convex mirrors mounted on the walls. At right is a Cardiometer which dis plays each patient's heart rate on a screen and a continuous strip of paper. The machine also registers the patient's pulse blood pressure, and temperature. An alarm will alert the nurse if the heart stops or begins to "quiver" dangerously. The moment the alarm sounds, a pacemaker, an electronic device which stimulates the heart with tiny electric shocks, goes into action immediately' The intensive treatment area cuts down on costs of care to the patient, Harry L. Lewis, hospital president, explained. (Ust per day will be below the expense of a private room, private nurses around the clock, and heart rate recordings taken daily. Scheer's offices are located in mony Lodge is slated for Monday. The Shores exhibit sales office loMar. 2. 8 p.m.. in the USY Hall ated on the property. 1700 NE of Beth Torah Temple at NE 163rd 105th St., Miami Shores. St. and 10th Ave. Strange By Play at the Nazi Trials By JOHN DORNBERG FRANKFURT — (JTA)Han-. 20. blue-eyed, his blond hair arranged in the Caesar cut that is •he rage among German students and young intellectuals, watched intensely from the gallery overlooking the City Council Cham bers here. From time to time, as one of the attorneys defending the 22 men standing trial in the Auschwitz case, began battling District Attorney Hans Grossman oi Presiding Judge Hans Hofmcyer, the young Frankfurt University student would lean forward, gripping the rail of the spectators' balcony. "The v.hole thing seems unreal.' argument sticks for someone who lie said, groping lor the right signed documents that sent milword-. "It".hard to explain, but lions to the gas chambers. But it it's jusl unreal. The whole atmosphere, tl e things they're -,i> iny .the way they behave, the sur roundings, the cordiality between efense and prosecution, between the judge and the defendants. It's Kafkaesque in a way." doesn't hold water for people who apparently look a delight in sad ism an I murder." I suppose it's childish." said Han-, walking over to a picture ol Anne Frank in the exhibition. "but they just don't look like SS men. I mean. I have vi-ions of men in high boots, stiff uniforms Hanwas noi alone in finding with clubs or whips in their hands, himself hard pre—ed to put into and mean laces. But there they wordof norm.i! conversation the are sitting down there, no differstrange atmosphere of the trial. ent from anyone else—and look at This is due In several factors unal they did There's a real dis The make up ol the courtroom is crepancy. It's incongruous in a Recognizing Faces Frequently, as the defendants one ol 'them. The 22 defendants, way." told self-pitying stories of their lives, Hans—one of 60 German -tu. cuts w he attended this session of Germany's biggest postwar Nazi nine of them who are in confinement and flanked by blue-uniformed policemen, are seated in the most comfortable chairthe trial—could be seen shaking his j foam-rubber, padded desk chairs head vehemently. During re ''' Frankfurt's City Council mem cesses, he ambled along the cor hers. Behind and around them ridors of the Roomer, Frankfurt's ; '"' reporters. Interspersed on City Hall, trying to get a closer ,m ''" council members' seats are glimpse of some of the men on lne defense attorneys, The mem trial, it si-piiu.il ho ii...... ..,. bers Hearty Appetite seemed as he were try their faces on his of At a 70th birthday patty for Ezra Finegold are (seated) the nonoree and his wife. S'anding (left to right) are Judge Bernard Rosenblatt and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kram. Finegold ong active in the programs of Jewish National Fund here, as well as the Fund Foundation, took the opportunity to sp=ak j>n JNF. The party was held at the Finegold home. ing to etch memory. It was in the Warsaw Ghetto photo and document exhibition, located in the Paulskirche (St. Paul's Church), across the street from the Roemer, that this correspondent met Hans He li nour the court—three judges, six jurors, two alternate ju five alternate jurors and lour prosecutors—are on the high city government bench racing defendants, lawyers and the press, "Until you learn to recognize the laces." wrote Gerhard Mauz correspondent for Die Welt one ourished ghetto children n Jg %" from spectators '""t tner newsmen when every. one mingles in the ing recesses hallway dur An element of incongruity pervadethe atmosphere of the trial At lunch, the 13 defendants who are free on bail or their personal bond—unusual in German procedure where, normally, even minor offenders spend months, sometimes years in pretrial confinement—eat leisurely lunches in the restaurants near the City Hall, the historic old Rathskeller, Weinhaus Joest, or the Wienerwald. And their appetite! From the way they wolf down heaps of meat and potatoes, they seem unaffected by the proceedings. "I watched one at the adjacent table," a Polish newsman told this correspondent, "and it sure soured my appetite." Then there's the casual way in which Judge Hofmeyer handles the trial, and the cordiality he displays toward the 22. It's "bitte But the feeling of unreality is due to other factors, as well "You look at these people down there, and listen to them talk scnoen ll,n Kacuk or Herr Bogj and they seem no different from M '"' "'' rr Mulka, "won't you take that seat there, pull the phone up c |„ S e and tell us .'"'"sell where v..u were snt from anyone else." said young Hans. They re ,ust like my neighbors L r re,a,iv J es They s eak softly and articulately. They seem o gentle and kind. After a while you begin to feel sorry for t.-iem." microabout born, '•' lere you went to school, when you joined the party." It Seems Unreal and Cantor Saul Breeh are Gail Kaufm an, Junior Choir of Temple Ner Tamid performol d Ml ing T F ri i ay eV u n in9 TV^'u 01 ,! 6 1 P avid Harr Frank W nd, Frank "rtowTtz pie Ner Tamid in honor of Jewish Music Toel Rreeh, Judy Prichason Fieri Pp,lm J Month. Shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovi.z Joel Hodman. WlChas n F,ed Per,man < !" "Then." continues Hans -l t *} ""' charge sheets and ee what the, Ulogedly did I, ,uA doesn m possible These '["•n "re no, Eichmanns who mur I'.' 1 "" administrative decree lh 7 are men who killed l)ll( vith their hare hands, with ton needle-. C | U J, their jackboots or pistol None ,h '"; %  ""'-' can claim the* v 'hat thev die But the their own live.-. most incongruous aspect ol all is the <;hetto Kxlnbi' 1 In the Paulskirche, where some of the most damaging photographs and documents have been collected into an unforgettable in""•'"""' Here the Nazi terror With all its inhumanity has been brou 8 h J to life again, starklj real. in the basement of the church "huh was never consecrated a press 'enter has been established to for journalists Perhaps that Auschwitz trial. Hi lee spade handles. under threat did attending the



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Prr~ 1 A r> Page 2-B U */f fUridictn Friday, February 21, lg 64 Janice Feld Wins Piano Scholarship .lennie Tourel. -::. Theodate Job • Musical Ami %  ""I Mia "Basic Human Values for Young Children" will be the theme of the first annual Parent Institute to be offered to the community by the Committee on Early Childhood Development of the YH-YWHA of Greater Miami. Shown planning the event Tuesday evening, Apr. 7, are seated (left to right) Mrs. Norman Sand, Institute chairman; Mrs. Stanley Cohen, ECD chairman; and Mrs. Randy Polansky. room mother, Nor'h County Branch. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irwin Christie, Miami ECD chairman, and Mrs. Burton Levin, ioom mother, Miami Beach. Home for Aged Auxiliary Schedules Birthday Party and Monthly Meeting Greater Miami Women's Auxil>a;:e of welcome. Purim will foe iary, Jewish Home for the Aged, highlighted. will hoi i n> next monthly birthday Mrs Charles Brown, donor book party at Douglas Gardens on Sunproject chairman, will give a reday at 2 p.m. port. Program will feature Ida Holler Marks, soprano, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern. brating her own birthday, will ho.-t the annual birthday party Mr. and Mrs. Rost are lite members ol the Home. Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Aux iliary president, will give the message of welcome and extend greetinp< jointly with Mrs. Rost to all residents celebrating their birthdays in February. Mrs Louis Makovsky. program chairman, will present the Hy Fried Musical Trio in a concert of traditional folk music. A group of youngster?will also perform through the courtesy of the Beatrice La Verne Dane e Studio The Auxiliary will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. MrSilverman will give the mes Dime Bank Lunch Slated Tuesday Greater Miami Chapter of Debit will hold itannual Dime ; luncheon on Tuesday noon in tl e Starlight Rool ol the Dorai i nment w ill include Billy ir l and Judi Jourdan, Manuel Yavelow and Mrs, :i!-i hla are co chairmen Morris v einbi rger is presiJanice Feld, 17-year-old pianist ana daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Mx I' Feld, 5120 SW 87th We.. has won a $3,750 scholarship as ,, „ni oi the nUe m I' Dmitri llitropoulos Music Competition held Feb. B in Columbia, Mo The scholarship igiven bj the Hehs Foundation ol N< Orleans v. hoe presidenl was % % %  close friend ,.l tinlate lame,I conductor ol the \,.u York Philharmonic Orchestra, ., r Miss Feld, who ithe pupil ol i \niL'llian, oi Ft. Lauderdale, has appeared here in manj recitals and concerts. She is a sen ior at Southwest Miami Senior High School and plays flute in the school orchestra. Last year, -he was the second-place winner in the composition contest sponsored by the All-Miami Youth Symphonj and donated by the Oka family, ol Miami Beach. Of 65 contestants at regional auditions m New Orleans, San Francisco. New York City. Minneapolis and Columbia, the young pianist became one of 1(1 finalists on the strength of a tape recording. Stephens College, which she "ill Cotillion Slated At Or Olom Sisterhood Ol Temple Or Olom announces the formation of a cotillion lor boys an.I girls grades 7 to IL\ The cotillion will he under the direction of Bob Mandell, ol Westbrooke Country Club, "ho v ill also give instruction in the social graci -. rock and roll, hullygully and other teen am 1 dances Registration '.Mil He held Mon day. 7:30 p.m., in the Temple at 8755 SW 16th St.. with classes starting on Wednesday, Mar. 4. Cotillion is open to junior and Senior high students, with priority given to children ol members of the Temple. Sisterhood and Bro therhood. Ams JANICE mo attend, paid her expenses to the final audition-. Judges for the competition included Ania Dorfmann, pianist; Masquerade Purim Ball Kighth graders oi the Religious school ol Tempi.' Beth Am "I" hold a Masquerade Purim Ball on Sunday evening in the Social Hall. The ball "ill feature entertain nient. a costume parade "ith prizes being a" aided in many classifications, refreshments and music lor dancing, Information chairman is Herbert Seltman. Mn City of Hope Slates Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter Citj of Hope, will hold a member-hip luncheon at the home of Mrs. Alfred Freeman. 4.">04 No. Meridian Ave.. on Wednesdaj noon, Feb, 26. The chapter walo hold a green -tamp luncheon Thur-day at Wash ington Federal. 1133 Normand> Dr. Like CHEESE KREPIACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! 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Page 10A v-Jewisw rieracn 5#F PHnm • Jewish ftcrldttar Friday, Februcrv 21 1984 Sabbath Demonstrations Examined Acting Metro Commission Chairman Jack H. Beckwith (right) ppresents a plague to former Chairman Harold B. Spaet "in grateful recognition of dedica'.ed service." Spaet recently accepted an appointment to a Circuit Court Judgeship by Gov. Farris Bryant. Hebrew Free Loan Association Will Hold Annual installation Banquet Sunday Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association u ill hold its Mth annual installation banquet at the Lombard) Hotel on Mar. 1 at 6 p.m. Leo Mindlin. executive editor < I The Jewish Kloridian. will be installing officer. .Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard will act as master of ceremonies. Officers to be installed are Isadore Schwartz, president; %  !•• C. Zalis, honorary life president; Joseph Nevel, first vice president; Bernard Jaffe, second vice president; Max Rappaport, treasurer; Zelrfa Kunsf, r. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEYITZKY Director Cantor Marbiny Stella Marbiny cording secretary; Ida Ochs, firancial secretary; and Max Price, corresponding secretary. Program will include the appearance of Stella Marchbeln-Marbiny. -tar of opera and rentier lyric coloratura of La Scala, Milan. She will be joined by Cantor Hirsh Marchbein-Marbiny, noted tenor and interpreter of opera and liturgical melodies. JERUSALEM (JTA) — After neated exchanges between secular md religious party deputies, Is rael's Parliament voted recently lo SUbttllt"to a House committee the issue of Sabbath demonstra t ; pns in Jerusalem by ultra-Oillio(,'o\ zealots. Prime Minister l.cvi Bshkol, who replied to .sx opposition motions for general debate on the clashes in Jerusalem's ultra Orthodox Mea Shearim quarter, urged patience. He reminded the Knesset that a Ministerial Committee was studying the possibilities of an alternate route to the one used by travelers through the Mandelbaum Gate be teween old and new Jerusalem The present route skirts the Orthodox section. The Premier said it was the duty of the Government to main| tain public order as well as free traffic on the city streets and the route involved is a main artery. He ilso stressed that nowhere in the world, whether in the largest or smallest Jewi ish community, was Sabbath observance as full or Jewish life maintained more completely, than in Israel. That comment was directed particularly to the rabbis and rebbes The Prime Minister alluded to re.cent critical pronouncements made I on the subject by such religious personalities He also rejected charges that the police were "unduly harsh'' in coping with the demonstrators The lirst deput) to propose gen eral debate was Victor Shem-Tov • "t the left wing Mapam. lie urged more stringent police and government meausres against the zealots in the name of freedom of eonsci' once and freedom against religious coercion. I'inhas Kosen of the Liberal Party said that the issue was one of law abiders and nonlaw abiders, namely, those who intervene with legitimate traffic by roadblocks, and not a sccularreligiotu conflict. Habbi Shlomo l.orincz of Agudat Israel said he had visited the area and interviewed persons there, including women he said were beat en by police. The rightist 'Herat's Monahem Beigin said that the Government had erred in sending large numbers of border police to handle the disturbance. He said the police action "was tantamount to punishment." Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim was reported to have intervened in the controversy by opening secret talks with leaders of the ultra-Orthodox Jews here. Rabbi Nissim reportedly discussed with leaders of the Neturei Karta a plan to divert the Sabbath traffic. The reports were that if the Government would show a real interest in the proposal, and indicate readiness to implement it, j the ultra-zealot sect m ; .*?ht consider dropping plans f 0 ,new demonstrations Saturday Rabbi Nissim was said have discussed the plan tfltri RreRIrel Karta representatives and ls ked them to maintain complete irecj until authorities hftVi ., |... B| „" •Tension between Orthodo and non-Orthodox circles ,„ sni( ., nM reached a critical point It „ I|<4 i' U3r Si. %*HXH Ctattn. Ml 1-3941. Brotherhood Fete At Beth Moshe North Dade Chapter. B'nai B nth Women, will held its next meeting Tuesday. 8:30 p.m.. at I ongregation Beth Moshe. In celebration of Brotherhood month. the Anti-Defamation 1 eague Dolls for Democracy Re ligiOUS Kit. and Humor Clinic will DC presented at the program. On Saturday. Feb. 29. the chap ter IS sponsoring a Las Vegas M'ght at Beth Moshe. Mrs Paul R< lenthaj is in charge of information. Shows Continuous from 1:30 LEON SCHECHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS ON STAGE IN PERSON AINES0R Yiddish Amer in Qioadway Come JEAN WAIT0N International s ngmg stai TONY DARYU in l ne A Program of song, Schechter & Stein in Comedy • ON SCREEN LEO Fl'CHS „.'?,.' 1 C0i "fy v.,th V I WANT TO BE A MOTHER" vith ...any atars 0 f the Yidci.sn Theatre ECngnsh Subtitles Evenings Rutrvation* Ttqueited ... it. Benni • JE 3-3600 WOW, BEACH HOTEL On fit Often at 48th SfreW, Miami But* Gracious Retirement 55c 7.25 OPENS TUES., FEB. 25th D. J. 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'yc iiHy Page 8-C vJewisti fhrkKan Friday, February 21, 1964 Circuit Players presented a threc-aci com~dv, "Separa'3 Rooms," by Joseph Carroll end Alan D:ne!:art. on Saturday and Sundry venings at Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner Taniid. Production was under the direction of Mrs. Geitrudc Marx and sponsored by Sisternood of the Temple. Mrs Henrietta Fine, president, and Mrs. Jack Greenbevq and Mrs. I I gene Schwarz, co-chairmen. Shown to righv standing are Nikki Adicr, Da: ler, Lou Hyman. Bunni Carroll, Fos'c; Rl Bill Hunratty. Seated are Mrs. Grcetiberq and Mrs. Marx. On the floor are Mrs. Goldstein and Budd Battle. Arab Propaganda in Germany Denounced DUSSELDOKF — rJTA; — Dr. ; enryk %  '. Van Dam. secretary general ot the Central Council ol Jews in Germany, denounced this veek the distribution of an Arabsponsored pamphlet on the Pales1 ne refugees as a ""scandal" and : violation of the West German i institution. He sakl the pamphlet, which \ as distributed by a delegation i. Arab states in Bonn and the i 3 lformation Bureau of the United jab Repuhlic, was like the vie j -usly anti-Semitic material dis%  seminated during the Nazi era by Julius Streicher, one of the most rabid Oi the Nazis. The pamphlet was distributed to many prominent Germans. "The Jews were persecuted by Byzantines, Russians and Spaniards but never without reason," the pamphlet states. "The last great persecution of the Jews occurred under the Hitler regime after the Zionist organization, using their political marionettes, Winston Churchill and Zionist Franklin D. Roosevelt, succeeded in bringing war to Germany. One of the most popular lies is that 6,000,000 Jews were liquidated by Germans during that period." Dr. Van Dam. writing in the or ganization's official publication, the AUgemeine Zeitung £e Juden .n Deuteschland, declared: "Unkind of propaganda is being spread in the German language in the Federal Republic, jus) at the moment when the Auschwitz camp trial is taking place in Frankfurt.' Dr. Van Dam said thai a logical result of such a pamphlet can only be the instigation of hatred ol Jews, sabotage ot all efforts to develop a spirit of citizenship, deterioration of relations between the Federal Republic and the ma.j ui powers, and the approval of Old and preparation of new policies ot persecution."' The German Jewish leader requested that the laws against antiSemitic propaganda should he applied "to the propaganda modeled on that of Gauleiter streicher. disseminated in the federal Repub lie by foreigners with the aid ot foreign state.-. The states Involved are onewhich received enormous amountof development aid paid lor by West German tax payers, including Jewish taxpay ers." he stressed "Although this propaganda activity is cMsguised as anti.| s rael information, it is in fact directed at Jews living in Germany," he declared. He said that those responsible, if they live in West Germany, will have to answer to the authorities and face prosecution under the West German criminal code. This was a reference to a para graph of the code which prohibits inciting hate against any segment oi the German population or slan tiering any religious, ethnic no tional or racial group Pythians Honor Scul Jcrreft Here A fraternalisl "I many years. past chancellor 11 Samaritan Lodge in New York, ail honorary past .iiancellor ol a lodge in Hawaii tilling World War II. and a re :ent past chancellor ot Gc trge ; v. III Lodge in .Miami Ileach. Saul M. Jarretl will now be recogized "for a fraternal life well pent in behall ol Pythianism, as veil as other fraternal and civic iT.jra\ ors The special event that will bring sin -ii • hi :hest honor, a life memp in the Order ol Km.'hts of held on Monday ., ;<: .hi, ., %  Pythias meeting in cus ii K-hi re numerous past -u X past '.Maud chancel il prelate I lorida, who PS, an 1 Lodge • loose Lodge and Life membership is accorded c Pythi.in v,ho has had 50 years oi the equivalent in servXe. Jarrett, in New York, was responsible for the urov.th ol a lodge from ICO to over 503. During the war, whiie stationed in Pearl Haibcr, he rejuvenated a Hawaiian Lodge for servicemen from al! over the world. In Flori 'a, following his rel i Jarretl was given a i itation (I i e'.lor "for the at Mibership gr vHi attained during hi.> term uncellor of Gi Gershwin Lodge." As an Eifc he was honored lor raising thousands ol dollaras chairman ol the Charity Fund lor the Harry Anna Crippled Children lie ia three-year trustee ol a Moose I.e.: j %  an ; as credited with helping to establish the blood bank. Vice chai i el lor ol an American Legion post, he is a member ol OUT and a Mason. SUV. 1ARKVT Workshop Slates Two Sessions The Wis dm Workshop, a lecture group which meets at West brooke Country Club, has slated two sessions [or February. Last week, a representative ot thiDado County Medical Assocl ation discussed "Psychosomatic Medicine." on Feh ?i, "Marriage" will be discussed with Dr. Murra> Heiken, in a talk on the husband's role. %  r.d Dr. Florence Weschberg, the v. ite'. role „ Mrs. Chester "Dena" Letter, Miami Heart Sunday chairman, .3 shown in City Hall with Miami Mayor Robert King High 2s he signs the document which proclaims Heart Month in Miami. Mrs. Lei'-sr, president of the Sisterhood at Israelite Center, is serving as Heart Sunday chairman in Miami for v.e second consecutive year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Leiter have oeen active in Heart Fund activities for several years. Heart Sunday drive takes place in Miami during Heart Sunday v.Tsekend starting Thursday, Feb. 20, and ending on Heart Sunday. Feb. 23. Lodge Hears Technion Leader North Shore B'nai Brith featured a film in color on Tech r.on. Israels engineering and technological college, at its Monday meeting held at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Dr. Program chairman, irvin C Spear, introduced Leo RuUtein Southern regional director. Amer'SJJ !" Society, honored fcuest at the meeting. thf tod l fre;l R j m en wwtdeat of the lodge, conducted the meeting.i Youth Sabbath AT Young Israel Iaccordance with the ; notion of the National Count Y, ui;l-i a 1. tiie Sabbath ol r 1, was set a 1 il e lr (hi Young Israel of Greater Mian 190 NE lilst St.. North Ml < as Youth Sabbath. All religious services led bj teen-agers of the c in >ation Special seminars and dis cussion groups took p I a c 1 throughout the Sabbath Partict pating in the Youth Sabbath witl the Young Israel of Greatci Miami was the Florida Chap ler oi the National Conference < %  Synagogue youth Rabbi Abraham Blech, education director of Young Isi ael, stated that a special program was prepared for Saturday night in the form of a "Melavah Malkah." The Mesivta High School band entertained, and refreshmentwere served, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Fmanual I'nger and Mr and MrBen and Harry Lerner. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spin tual leader of Young Israel ol Greater Miami, said he turn 'd the pulpit over for thiYouth Sabbath. William Lett member ol the Young Israel Torah Reading Club, and honor student ol the Mesitva High School, dc livered the sermon on "Orthodox Judaism's Challenge to Moderi American Youth IM. Lelchuk has been elected vice president of American Savings and Loan Association after three years of service on 'he Board of Directors Lelchuk lives with his wife and sen in Bay Harbor Islands, of which he was town manager for ten years, and where he serves as a councilman. He w a member of the Temple Menorah Board of Directors. I he Association also elected Leslie L. Altman to the board Sunny Isle Towers Models Sunny [ale Towers, the fir-t ap proved FHA-insured condominium apartment building in Dade Conn ty, this week announced the open J iPg of itnew sales models in the Sunny Isle Shopping Center on Collins Ave. at 181st St. Premiere showing of the modelwas held all day last week. The public is invited to inspect the dec orated models situated in the •hopping center, with plenty of tree parkins available Actual site for the new ten -story condominium is the large acreage just off Collins Ave. on 178th St., on the intracoastal Waterway. Sunny Isle Towers includes central air-conditioning and heating individually controlled by each apartment, a large free private ; lock on the intracoastal for own 1 is' boats, lree assigned parking, private scenic balconies on each apartment with sweeping views ol the ocean and city, a large swim i ming pool set amid landscaped terraces, completely equipped ; We-tir.ghouse kitchens with such : additional features as the latest j model dishwashers, disposals, eye j level ovens, counter-top ranges. j frost-free refrigerators, and high velocity exhaust fans. Developer for Sunny Isle Tower / is J. A. Cantor Company of Miami.



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it (Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volu-e 3? — Number 8 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 21, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c | AMONG PRINCIPAL PARTICIPANTS SATURDAY NIGHT Global Search Launched For Hitler's Friend UHl'.'.E MINISTER PINHAS SAPIR BARON ESMOND de ROTHSCHILD U.S. SEN. ABRAHAM RIBICOff NEW $400,000,000 ISSUE TO BE LAUNCHED Israel Bond National Inaugural Will Gather for Kickoff This Weekend ROTHBERG HONORED, CANADIANS ACTIVE PAGE 9-A; WOMEN'S FASHION SHOW PAGE IB Inte.Tational inaugural confer(nee r Israel Bonds, meeting in Miami Beach tins weekend, will n .<• some 2.000 Jewish leadertr in the United States and C'anadi for the official openinc of the 1964 campaign to sell $85,000,OIK) in I-rael Bonds This year's conference will he marked by a spirit of unusual achievement as the Israel Bond Organization celebrates its Bar Mitzvai and as it moves into a position of increased importance in reclaiming and settling Israel's new %  elopment frontier, Having achieved a recordshattering total of more than S69.OCO.000 for 1963, the Israel Bond drive will inaugurate a new bond issue for $400,000,000 on Mar. 1, in accordance with Israel's reliance on the Israel Bond Organization for long-range development resources. The ci nference program will reflect :.".i major aspects of the Israel Bond effort in the United States and Canada, in Europe and in Israel, The international char acter ol the campaign will be emphasized in the dinner of tribute In Baron Edmond de Rothschild. I ol Prance, which will he held Sat %  urday evening at the Fontaine i I.lean Hotel. \president Of the Israel Bond Drive in Europe, the youthful I Baron, who is the namesake ol the I celohr; ted Baron Kdmond, revered as the "Father of the Yishuv,", special economic projects in Is has dedicated himself to promotrael. ing the stile of Israel Bonds in Europe, as well as to organizing investor's groups to take part in The conference will also mark the first appearance in Miami of Continued on Page 9-A Moscow Demands Death Sentence far Seven Jews LONDON — (JTA I — The death penalty for li .lews who laced a long secret trial in Moscow on charges of "economic crimes" was requested by the prosecution at the conclusion of the trial, according to reports reaching here from Moscow. Another Jew in voiced in this trial, listed aShakerman, had already been sentenced to death earlier in the week as the "ring leader" of the group. For each of the 12 non-Jews involved in the trial the prosecution asked prison terms of 15 years. The sentences for the 23 are expected to be issued within a few days, the Moscow reports indicated The trial, originally expected to bo a "-how trial." lasted several weeks and was held in camera. Izvestia, official organ of the Soviet Government, revealed that the accused were arrested following a denunciation to the FREE GIVE-AND-TAKE IN ROME Jews and Catholics Discuss 'Deputy' HOME — (JTA i — The role ol the late Pope Pius XII in regard to the Nazi genocide of European Jewry—with particular reference to Rolf Hochbut's play. "The Deputy," which opens in New York on Feb. 28—was the subject of a round table conference attended by Jewish community and Catholic lay organization leaders here this week. The panelists were Msgr. Alberto Giovanetti, of the Vatican State Secretariat; Professor Mario Toscana, research and documentation director of the Italian Foreign Ministry; and Raphael Cantoni. of the World Jewish Con gress, a former president of the Union of Italian Jewish communities "The Deputy." the theme ol which is that the late Pontiff tailed to speak out against the Nazi genocide, has provoked controversy in all cities where it has been shown. Msgr. Giovanetti, author of a recent study, "The Vatican and World War II," said that no one denied the right to criticize a historic personality, such as Pope Pius. However, he assertContinued on Page 7-A ADMITS PASSING ORDER BEHIND THE SCENES NEW AUSCHWITZ TRIAL PACE 8 A PACE I0-C PAGE ?3C police by a relative of Shakerman, whom the newspaper described as a "former doctor." The arrests were maie last October, according to the newspaper, which claimed that the ringleaders of the group were Jewish, naming them as Shakerman, Roifman Galperin and Braslavsky. Izvestia had charged that the defendants were part of a ring which operated a subrosa knitting mill in the workshop of a neurological institute in a Moscow suburb. The group allegedly acquired 58 knitting machines and 460 tons of raw wool from illegal sources and the goods allegedly were sold at markets and train stations with the compliance of .'gents of I government who allege, ily had been bribed. In calling for a "show trial." Izvestia said it was citing the fact Continued on Page 12-A FRANKFURT — (JTA) — Dr. Fritz Bauer, the Hesse state prosecutor, has launched a worldwide hunt for Martin Burmann. Hitler's deputy, alter being Informed by a former high Nazi that Bormann was alive, it was disclosed here this week Dr. Bauer was informed by Werner Naumann that Bormann definitely had not been killed by the Russians when he sought to escape from Hitler's underground bunker in Berlin during the final Russian assault on the German capital, as had previously been reported. Borman has also repeatedly been reported as having been seen in South American countries, but none of the reports has ever been substantiated. According to the reports here, one of the sons of Adolf Eichmann, the Gestapo colonel who was tried and executed in Israel, also told Dr. Bauer that his father always spoke of Bormann as being alive. Der Spiegel, a West German newsweekly, quoted Bormann's mother-in-law as saying that her late husband, Walter Buch, had received word well after the war that Bormann was living in hiding. Buch Continued on Page 2-A THIRD FACES MUSIC 2 Former Nazi MD's Kill Selves On Eve of Trial LIMBURG, West Germany — (JTA i — Dr. Warren Hcycle. the lormor Nazi charged with directing Hitler's program of killing "biologically-unfit" Germans, kill ed himself and one of his associates fell or jumped to his death this week a few days before they were scheduled to go on trial on charges of having put to death some 200,000 victims. Heyde. 62. hanged himself with his trouser belt in hi< cell where he was awaiting trial. Friednch Tillman, 60, died when he plum meted from a ninth floor window in Cologne. A third medical defendant, Gerhard Bohne. fled last August and reportedly was living in Buenos Aires. The remaining Continued on Page 6-A Belgian King and Queen Make Visit Despite Jordan Objection TEL AVIV—(JTA)—King Bau douin and Queen Fabiola. of Belgium, arrived at Lydda Airport this week aboard a Belgian Air Force plane which Hew the royal couple from Jordan after making a detour out to sea because of Jordanian objections to any direct approach to Israel. The King and his entourage, who will spend two days in Israel, had previously been scheduled to cross into Israel via the Mandalbaum ('.ate. but these plans were abandoned also at Jordanian insistence. President Zalman Shazar was: on hand to greet the royal couple at the airport after which King Baudouin inspected a guard of honor of Israel's Nahal militaryagricultural units. The King then left for Jerusalem in President; Shazar's limousine while Queen Fabiola. who was presented with a bouquet of flowers by the mem hers of the Ben Shemen village youth orchestra named for Belgian Queen Elizabeth, rode in a car. with Mrs Shazar. The entire en-' tourage comprising personal aides, interpreters, secretaries and memContinued on Page 2-A TEL AVIV BUILDER Top Official Takes Bribe TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Yehuda Spie eel, former deputy director of the Ministry of Health, will lace sent ence Wednesday in the district court here, where h ewas convicted of accepting a bribe. He was a leader of Hungarian Jewry in this country and one of the leaders of the National Religious Party Spiegel and three other men were accused of Demanding and receiving bribes in connection with the award of a contract lor the erection of a 1£30.000,000 (Sl().-' 000.000) Government hospital near Tel Aviv. The Ministry of Health was in charge of planning and building the hospital. Spiegel was head of the MinContinued on Page 3 A



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Pnrro 1 AJ~* Fage 8-B + LMltHn-rrHt r Friday, February 21. 1964 % ret nee s JL*1> man We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Florence Kupperman grew up in New York City, one of ;i family of five boys and four sirls. and her father's pet al that. She was a religious child because of her deeply religious background. Her lather founded the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, of which he was president lor l."> year-. Their home was the mecca of visiting rabbis and other religious-thinking scholarly men. A special Suk kah was always available during the Feast of Tabernacles. Religion as a credo by which to live was part of Florence'daily life. She took a busines.course, graduating as Hit' youngest of all the girls in her class. Always a career woman, she became executive director lor the La Reme Hotel in New York and the Madi son Hotel in Lake wood, N.J. To make the Story complete, she married the boss, Samuel Kupperman. The) moved to Miami, where they enjoyed working together m their own hotels. In 1852. tin 1 world was pulled from under her that was the year that her husband, w ho had always put lu:on a pe !estal and called her higood luck charm, died. Florence was doubly bereft, having no outside community interests but the business world in which she belonged for so man) years. As a stage-struck youngster oi 1G. she had performed at the Grossinger Hotel So She wen! to Jennie Grossingcr's home on I'metree Drue for a meeting oi Women's American OUT. She liked the idea ol helping man to help himself, and became involved m forming the first chapter here She has been active ever since as president of the Greater .Miami Chapter, vice president ol Southeast Region of ORT and carried the Portfolio tor Expansion for three year-, forming seven chapters in the Dado and Broward area. She does publicity and education lor OUT and i> a dynamo as far as both are concerned Attending a Combined Jewish Appeal meeting one day. she forthwith became active not only in Combined Jewi-h Appeal, but also in Federation of Jewish Women. Shore Unit of Cancer, Fight for Sight and Home lor the Aue.I. among others. It was a tar cry ftom business, but her business training made her excellent at her job. Today. Florence like< to do everything but knit. She plays cards, bowls, takes yoga lessons (but can not stand on her head I. is a patron of the opera and all musical events. Her brother, who has the Go Go Farms, with trotters and pacers has promised to name the next colt after her Florence lincU the horses exciting. Traveling has also been part of her life, with Israel and Switzerland her favorite countries Her vivid personality and meticulous attention to detail, as well as having time and desire to do tor others, has created her own particular niche not only in Florence's favorite ORT. but in the hearts of the people with whom she works. flORlNCE Shnitzers Will Live in No. Miami Wedding vows were exchanged by Susan Carole Belsky and Richard Stuart Schnitzer on Saturday evening, Feb. 15. The Fontamebleau Hotel was the setting for the double ring, candlelight ceremony performed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and followed by a reception and formal dinner The bride wore a traditional floor-length wedding gown of alencon lace and silk organza designed with a bell-shaped skirt extending into a chapel train. The fitted iMiciicc featured a scooped neckline reembroidered with alencon lace and long sleeves. The four-tiered French illusion fell from a pearl tiara, and she carried an arrangement of white orchils and white roses with long .streamers. Honor attendants to the bride were Pamela Sharrow. Lois Jaffe and Mrs. Carol Ladge Ruth Wolnstein was flower girl and Ellen Ostroff in charge Ol 'he guest book Parents oi the bride are Mr and Mrs. Samuel Belsky. 1075 NE 145th St. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleishaker, Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the -"ii of Mrs Shirley Donetelli Bangor, Me and MornSchnit/cr Allen town. Pa., and grand-on <>f Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenberg. Miami Beach. His twin brother, Alan Schnitzer, of Boston, served as best man. an.I Wayne Oyer ushered Grodens Reveal Janice's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Alfred clroden. 6485 SW 52ncl St.. announce the engagement of (heir daughter. Janice Patricia, to Martin Gerald Brooks, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brook-. Los Angeles, Calif Miss Groden is a graduate of Southwest Miami Senior High and is now attending the Cnnersity of Miami. The prospective bridc.room is also attending the University of Miami majoring in psychology. The wedding will take place Aug. 30. Arilmon MRS RICHARD SCHNITZtR Mrs. Schnitzer, now teaching at Mae M Walters Elementary School ,n Hialeah, Is a graduate of North Miami Set iOI High and attended iln' i niversit) oi Georgia in Ath ns, (ia she received a degree from the Universit) of Miami School of Education and is ;• member "t the I \i Alumnus Board of Direct rs Her husband is a graduate of Pen Argyl High in Pennsylvania attended Blair Academy ami Cnivcrsit) ol Miami on iheir return from a wedding trip to V the couple will live in North Miami. Joint Purim Party Wednesday A Purim Festival celebration program on Wednesday evening will be sponsored jointly by lar hand Branches, Bialik and Bed Curion: Poale Zioh. Chain) Green berg Branch of Greater Miami and Pioneer Women. Miami Beach Club One and Tikvah To be held at the Farband Cultural ('enter. 842 Washington Ave the evening will be chaired by Dr Simon Wilenskv, president, IV.,1, Zion, with Cantor Mcrdecai Yai deini in charge of the muska presentation. Principal speaker will be I), Isaac I merman, ol Bialik Branch Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. consultant Bureau of Jewish Education, v. ii read the traditional Megillah n Beryl Morrison, president. Bialil Branch, will read Purim stun,. by Sholom Aleichim. Miss Goldberg Marries Israeli Mr. and Mrs Charles Goldberg, vners of the Sorrento Hotel, anMince the marriage of their mgbter. Alyce to Avram Paychr, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leon aycher, of Haifa. Israel Wedding ceremony took j ec. 8 at the Ulamei Haifa Hall in aifa The bride ia recent graduate Brandeis University Cantor Apelewicz At Waldman's Cantor Jacob Apelew icz will ofj • ciate during the Passover holi• iys. Mar. 27 to Apr. 4, at Waldan's Hotel. Cantor Apelewicz was born in : ovno. Poland, and was a memei of the underground during orld War II. He emigrated to the U.S. in 3>48. where he attracted the noce of Cantor David Koussevit-ky nd toured with him throughout : le country. Cantor Apelewicz will be assist< I on Passover b) Cantor David (onvisor and a large choir. This ill be the Cantor's third visit to %  liami Beach and Waldman's Hotel Names to Go On Tree of Life At Beth Am At Friday night services of Temple Beth Am, the following members will have plaques engraved on the Tree of Life in the new lobby of the TempleMr. and Mrs. Herman Sumars, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Tarsche-. Mr. and Mrs. Bartin Udell. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Waldman, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Wasser, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Weksler, Dr and Mrs. Stanley Wellins. Mr. and Mrs David Welt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald V.einstein. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wei-glass. Mr. and Mrs Irving Wexter and Mr. and Mrs, Fred eric Wise. Emanu-EI Sets Election Meeting Joseph M i.ipton. president m ~ Temple Emanu-EI, this week ai J) .HI iced that the Temple'annual election meeting and dance be held Sunday Mar 1. at th< Diplomat Hotel Follow ing the election Ol Peers, a Purim musical will ii presented by the Junior Playi i tin Confirmation Department : rixie Levin wrote and irects musical entitled "Mj Fair Esthei Cast includes Mi< hael Aral i leffre) Arthur. Tneodore Bo Si lina Deck). Ha Fox M Friedman, Alisa Geiger, Ai I Ciller. Mindy Kantcr, Lcda K Bruce Kimmel, Sidney Pertno) dale Plotkin, Michelle Rothmai Marsha Schleimer, Arlene Schlei Richard Schwartx, Jill Sele\ i Linda Siegel, Susan Simon, Bnic Singer, Susanne Singer, Gayl Smithline, Judy Stein, Molli Sokol, Merrilee Weinman ..<%  Ptlklncton MISS 1ANKI CRODIN Ner Tamid Ladies Plan 'Fantasy' Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold a general membership meeting u:: Wednesday. 8 p.m.. in Sklar And torium. Evening will feature a "Fan tasy" by Mrs. Miiton Hurwttl an I Purim grab bag. Mrs Henrietta Fine is preside re Program chairman is Mrs. LowCohen. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTIHG • RIPAIRING Serving 0


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iye iu-V/ **sjetivsf? ncrtaSfwr rage 6-A +Jmlst> fhrkUair Friday. February 21. 1964 li Oswald Alsne By MAX LERNER Former Nazi MD's Commit Suicide A native returning to the^c shores, picking up again where ho •eft off. finds a few swirling tonics of conversation that sweep al' rise away. Not many the school fight. North as well as South; the *elf-Maiiehter of the Republican candidates, especially the gruesome ari-kari Ol Sen. Goldwater; the wrongs and rights of Arthur Millers remembrance of marriages past; the Warren Commission. Race, politics, sex-andniarriage. murder. Who was it who said there are only a half-dozen rock-bottom plots in fiction'* There may rot lie that many in conversation. 1 shall soon be getting back to the school struggle and the Republican circus. As for the MillerMonroe ruckus, they won't let me get near a seat lor months. There remain the do-it-yoursell murders by Lee Oswald and Jack Ruby, each more or less mad in his own way. I lump them together an er the do-it-yourself label because I hope we have abandoned the olishness of calling them either a right-wing or a left-wing con-pir! I though! tin European papers would never get off the conspircj jag One ol the best oi the European correspondents in New York Leo Sauvage of Figaro, took issue with an early article of mine in which I bore down on the plol syndrome <>t the Europeans. 1 think 1 was right But I come back here to find that then are still a sizable i umber <>t Americans who cling to their disbelief that Oswald could have planned the Kennedy murder alone, and some who even refuse ',M he did il Devil theories die hard. Some never die bul -! ;.. i a\ a; • • • The Warren Commission and its staff have taken on an exhausttug and thankless task, bul it was there to be done. Until its report published one appraisal ias subjecive :ianother. Mine is that pi Oswald killed John F. Kennedy, period The American Civil Liberties Union harightly listed a calendar • : safeguards that belong to any accused man in America and that had been denied Oswald. It is tragic that Oswal.l was not given • ie ull judicial protections of the country whose leader he killed, ut thai does not mean h>didn't kill him. Oswald's mother understandably sticks by his innocense. but his wife's reluctant certaintj boul his guilt is more decisive. Several impressive reports from Dallas, in The Times, have convincingly disposed of the whole array rumors and theories meant to disprove Oswald's guilt or tu link shi dowj "others • • • From where I sit he did it—and did it alone. He bought the ail order gun alone, got the idea for ii.s target alone, did whatever shooting practice he did alone, figured out the Presidential route om took his stand alone, sighted an;l shot alone, made his getaway %  i the building alone, had his police encounters alone, was capalone, clammed up alone, was shot by Ruby alone, and died Let the Europeans and Asians and Latincling to their plot, ndn ne if it helps confirm their view of America as a charnelhouse ol right-wing ghouls dancing with linked hands a macabre mce of death. Also let the Birchers be stuck with their theory that 1 iswald, a confused Communist, did what he did as a stooge of a Khrushchev-Castro ring. The truth is harder to swallow than either oi thi se fantasies. The truth is that a man can kill a President all on his own. and that equally on his own another man can kill the man v ho killed him. Why should we try so hard to disbelieve it? We are after all. -pite all the conformisms, a highly individualistic culture. It is' hrcd in our bone that a man can carve out his own career and life. light up to the summit. Why shouldn't it follow that he can also com-. I .i-another man's death, even at the very summit? • • • Oswald, in his beclouded mind, thought he was a Marxist. Gus Hall a Communist spokesman in America, has just written a pamphlel pointing out that Communists don't believe in individual teroiisi i He is right. They believe only in mass terrorism, in death bj the thousands and millions in the name of history—except where they have a Trotsky to kill. But Kennedy wasn't a Trotsky. He wasn't .. Communist target. That is what makes it all the harder gel inside Oswald's brainpan, and find out how a mind worked il in cted a shot equally at Gen. Walker and at John F. Kennedy We shall never know. 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Friday. February 21. 1964 *Jm4sl> mfrrkiitori rabies Couple rive $25 C 00U o Hebrew Univ. Paqe 15-E and Mrs. Loujs B. Rudnick, Coral Cables, announced a gift MID to the Hebrew timer fy (if Jerusail in at an inaugura ncheon ol the society of Founders i Monday at the Fontainebleau Rudnick is national executive i e president of the Zionist orinization of America, lie is also •tive in the Israel Investors' irp and State of Israel Bonds. member of the board of the utii Florida Division of the nerican Friends of the Hebrew liversity, Rudniek also presentMi intormal talk on Israel tolling his visit last summer. Plaques an.I certificates were arded to seven of the more than founders present from Los Anle-. Peoria, Philadelphia, New irk. Chicago and other cities. A rtificate was given by AmbassaMr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick (left), of Coral Gables announce r Comay to Dr. and Mrs. Philip gift of S25.000 to Hebrew University at a Society of Founders i and Chiluncheon on Monday in the Fontainebleau Hotel Lookinq on are Ambasador Michael Comay, of Israel, and Lionel R. Bauman (right), president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. LfcGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62155 C i x i: I: i i .i is \IH.I:I: i... NOTICE TO CREDITORS I -,-. ,i • ml A IVi-Bi.i [nil Clnl % %  i ^ i:ns .-: u il.Ki: VIlTHt'lt VIH.KIt \ I \ • %  It I I nblli il if I his nil i Mi.Ji-i dux ..i HVtimnr.x, •'•; I. I ;< IN A li I Mi R> iKKT i>f Mi i>. II. i:ii:ni & Ki A 1 : i % %  1 .\. Horn I '." S x\ hSl -IS: M lanil '••'. Florida IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE 1Hh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDIN CHANCERY No. 64C 1903 ISO, Present at the luncheon were lofounders Mr. and Mrs. Charles larcowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. jpick, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif|i and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. lawd PrOVUS is also a founder lom Greater Miami. Program also included Ambassa IT Michael Comay. Knesset MemIT Arich Alt man and Mrs. Joan pomay. Lionel R, Bauman, national pies t of the Friends, and Samuel jothberg, national vice president, 1 -ted that "expansion of the Iresent attendance of oxer 9.000 (ttldents to a possible 15.OOO as 1 ell as development of increased facilities for research and study In vital to the growth of Israel." City National Will Mortgage to be Burned Bllild AHdltlOn At lc inclusion of I'lirim -erv%  % % %  %. nuumwii jC( s condllcted bv Rev Camor City National Bank of Miami has Sadi Nahmias at Sephardic Jewish awarded a Si 1 million dollar conCenter on Wednesday evening, a trait for the construction of a sixmortgage-burning ceremony will story addition to its downtown Mibe held in the Social Hall" Sam ami banking headquarters to Arkin Gorman, past president of the 'ulfstream Will >pen Mar. 4 Building Corp. Announcement of the contract award was made by City National event, lioard Chairman Leonard L. Abes-, who said preliminary work would start in February. Completion of the additional floors, scheduled for December, will bring the City National Bank building at 25 \V. Flagler St to 12 -tones. The design by sephardic Jewish Center. Long Beach, N. V".. is chairing the Maxwell House Tops in Coffee Maxwell House Coffee, long a Architect lavon,c m Jewish homes, is the A. Herbert Mathes conforms to the Perfect beverage to top off your Opening of the 43-day horse race contemporary styling of the pres-Purim holiday dinners. The makJnceting at Gulfstream Park Mar ent building. The Flagler Street crs of Mwwe || House a re old will have more than usual sig-j front windows will be laced with hands m tnc ;irt of b i cn dinu eof pcance this season. Gulfstream, a decorative gold anodked alumfcCand the rcsults of manv vears p addition to staging its regular inum sun screen. features, has installed the Twin puble and has set aside a section its stands where a reduced ad|i.ssion of $1 will prevail. pyes of the turf world and all Florida will be on Gulfstream New Art Gallery On Normandy Isle of perfecting the best possible blend is apparent with your first sip. Mother will want to keep a fresh pot on the stove so that when the holiday cooking is done and the A new Art Gallery featuring consee what effect these measures temporary European and American Hamantaschcn are cooling by the s a vastly increased stakes and rtists is now open at 1129 71st St.. wmdow. she can relax with a good e distribution, will have on the Normandy Isle. CU P conee. %  ndance and mutuel figures. In aJdition to a wide selection Then late at night, when the results may well set a pattern Of fine oil paintings and water last guest is gone and the chilMirrer Yeshiva's Rabbi Kalmanowitz Dies Here on Beach Rabbi Abraham Kalamanowitz, eminenl dean of Mirrer Yeshiva I: Central Institute, died at Ml Sinai %  /. Hospital on Feb. 15 alter a brief whleii %  >im hav, lllnosc isitf 1 il I'll' """•* • I >..i. i I i.rlda, to in.CM A winter Visitor from Brooklvn %  %  % %  %  "' ivmnty, nnd fil. V V II,., -|.,n„rU ...LI I %  mill IllllieU %  .irtVd W. jr., the 72-year-Old rabbi live.; s ,.,.„ ,.. ,. here with his wife, Minna, at 900 tht-ir -ii -In tin. 'o (1I-I'-III IIIII 1.,!.... I i in I :•!•I'utility, I "" -1 • %  ucean Dr. He is also survived by ..,,. T ...... „„ n ,|, ,.. three sons and three daughters I • i Services and bur.al were in "'/LX."".'.'"'^.....! KI ta. ftew York on Monday, with Riverda) •' K-in side Memorial Chapels jn charge locally. Rabbi Kalmanowitz was one of the outstanding leaders of Orthodox Jewry, both on the European scene before the Second World War and then in America when he succeeded in transplanting the en tire Rabbinic School, known as the Mirrer Yeshiva, to the United States in 1945. While still a very young man. he H"*l *'X >'• iiHAMTZkfl. was appointed, in 1911. to the rab ''"'", binic pulpit of Rockov, Russia, in HIUXFY tiHAI.lTZRU, 1927. His outstanding talents were ""'"NOTICE TO APPEAR again recognized by his election T> SII-.VKV m: \I.IT/I:I: to the presidency of the Mirrer ^^"S^YSI Rabbinical Semnarv. Vui" ARK HKISKBY NOTIFIED H With the appearance and growth fo^K! [Z, '-SiTi of the Hitler regime, and realizing iiuiri i -> %  • raw ••' %  '" the danger to the Seminary, he r^'mil:,.'' VX'*?^"*!. reached Stockholm and then sailed -in •• %  < '-'it IIM --iv i HI sn-< • for America where he succeeded KnauV''^' 'In at*oW in having the British represents<.r iiu %  ••:, -.. \ %  -t> i-.: %  ••• tive in Lithuania certify the en";„ ;"/;". tire student body as Polish citi |>I m ri I t\i'l l>. i /enand then secure transit per^XrSi^^ mits to Japan. In the interim, adimii m Mis rminiy. i In i. ditional scholars attached themi: i: I.K \TIII-:I:.\I \.\ selves to the school, and eventu IM.I.i'ount>. Klorhlii ally 3.000 reached Japan and ulti"" '^ PKl.AXimately Shanghai, where they "• ji.• stayed lor 1 lie war years. in 1945. he brought the entire FICT ^o5i KABIIAW school to the Cnited States and Stirit'K is MKKKUY r.iviSN o i reestablished it as one of the mosl -1-,,.. d<-Mrinii t.. ..-. .in l.u-.n.-lin-l r Hi.llt'tlllnUh liaim important rabbinic colleges in ., KKAt'Ht'iiMUKK rtAK m sn America miwt, Miami lii-m-li, intend* u> -•.:-.[.! n., \,ili ih, i -|, .-• During the war years, he spear.-",,, i; ,-,,,,,: ,., n.,,;,. ., : n, .. headed the rescue of many rab,da „ PICKRBI I binic leaders, and met with PresisTi-:rin:\ K K :SSI.IJ: 'dent Roosevelt in the White House. : v ,!.Vs"'u f J"',sV"""" In 1948. in addition to his nor::: -.-••• %  nial duties as president of Mirrer N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT College he went to Morocco, where IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. e u i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE he founded a network of schools No 62152-A and brought back a select group i in: i:-t;.i. •' to be trained in the Cnited States. Later they returned to their native land. tuture racing in the state. colors, the collection also features dren are all tucked in bed. Mother rustically, Gulfstream is in a %  rou P ,lf imported prints. ler position than ever. Not only it offer such tup events as the stream Park Handicap < Mar. The gallery is owned and operated by Isi and Stephanie Gluckman who have included an |^fe' I Florida Derby (Apr. 4), supplv department for amateur. each itli $100,000 added, but two professional and hobby painters. -takes adorn the schedule To round out a complete art truly '"at home" by serving them with eight other old ones service, they do custom picture Maxwell House, the coffee that's ir late-season features. framing, matting and gold leafing, uood to the last drop.—ST. and Father can keep the holiday glow alive by chatting over their final cup of Maxwell House Cofart feeSo at Purim, and all year through, make your guests feel Inn I' 03T0M 7 rai lc^ aS& WEINBERG. Harry M. -l U'MiS Ktanilnitn I >i -ii a H'<-I,. 11. Rlwmkle. FORMAN. MIS Katie, BS, nf MNI >I-I SI s. r> i> .in 'hlcHBii Rlvi r>iil.SOLOBEflG. \|.-.>. 77. 1 '."• WaHliinBton A\. s. i \ in Ualllmoi. Itlv l-i.l. RAPP. I .---ii — Il", .-I SIMM i %  itlllllH Ave S. i-\ '. <-s in T.-roni.', i'.in \> BROWN. MlK l:u:ll|.. 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Yuu ..I. ii. iij I...mi.-.i .HI. i •|iiiri-il to |.i.- II' ;m\ .l.iiin.ijid ili mi,mltvlil.-li i. .II in. i\ havi agnlni-i Ihi %  mat, ..l S \Ml'i:i. SKUVER il•iiis.il lati' id I'.nl. County, Florida, I.. Ih.t'..null .IlldKt'K III I •:,.!, i %  •inn mil file tin -.mi. in tlu|ilk'Ute md is |ir.iviil,.i n >..!!•• n 7:.:: I'.. Klorldii si;iini.s. in ih.ii ..III.-,-In Hi-I'-.UIJ I'... ii-iii. HI.-, i i I Mil.Count.!. I • 1.1 IX I %  n -IN :ililnl:ir in .. ,.| II,. I l-l | > 111 > I i it I II 111 I ...in. \x ill III I. il I I Ml ii id.i. Hi isi 11 In .. V I • MAUT1X MKIlVRit unY w SI-:I:\ KH \ i :• I i.ii. ii nl Inn nl iliis ii-ii 1 1,1 x nf I-. Il II.I x I'HKl N IlltIC l< Ni KI.SI IX \ I. i v :. .i I'x. Mt.-l •; %  •-". I.inii.h: Itnll I Mi.HIM I'.I .. Ii. I" ; NOTICE BV PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHAN'-F'sv No. 64C 1861 ._*..! x'-: '• %  MAS I. % %  -I KM AN SU.T FOR D VORCE IV MAN I U.KMAN || Ml \ i MAX 1 I 'I.KM kX an till of I I I 111 I -*2,r" !" 2^ r.--*>*-e* 1 Rlfec tki IVtnit. x.. M H, .. ,,,, x. < IIMI V\l .-. ii. ii.ii,.: • |t|v GOLDUERC. I AM K in Xi h 'V rand Opening celebrotion of Norton jmpany's new South Dade store will Id Sunday. 1 p.m., at 9001 So. Dixie [Piesiden* Norton Pallot announced that ial opening of the 12th store will coith a one-week sale marking the 40th •sary of the company's fast-growing m>n in South Florida. Norton Tire ComMMI pany is the country's biggest B. F. Goodrich ler. The 3.0C0 sg. ft. structure was dt ed by Architect William B. Thompson, of Akron, O. On hand at the opening Sunday will be clowns, a real elephant, and there will be free circus rides for the children. 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*UUU\IIJMA — Page 14-A Jpwisfi noridfan Friday, February 21. 1964 Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN ft Growing Trend to Heighten Jewish Ethos in United States i^vt, ,ttm Washington THE TWO-DAY Washington conference on disarmament and world peace held by the Central Conference of American Rabbis last week in Washington may have shed a new and more optimistic light on recent growing concern by Jewish institutions over the survival of American Judaism. It was only two years ago that the attempt to establish the Religious Action Center (the organizing body of the two-day conference) in the nation's capita! nearly split Reform Judaism in the United States down the middle. Concern was voiced by representatives of Reform Jewry in the South who feared that Southern congregations might suffer if the center spoke too loudly on civil rights issues. But the major concern was that the center would become a type of a lobbying institution and provoke church-state separation controversy. Today the Religious Action Center's involvements, as translated into action, by individual congregations in the United States and Canada, have stimulated a new emphasis within the framework of American Judaism as well as new commitments to it. Additionally, local congregational social action committeehave grown from about 300 in 1961 to nearly 400 today—truly a sign of success and importance of the center in American Jewish life. Why should American Jews be concerned with such issues as world peace, armcontrol and civil rights? As the Washington rabbinical conference indicated, there appears to be a growing trend in American Jewry not toward the loss of identity and as-imilation into a non-Jewish world, but inslead a heightening of awareness ol the importance of an American Jewish contribution to broadPanorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Babies Not Little Things WAS READING in an Israeli paper an interesting bit of reminiscence | about the Balfour Declaration. When I Britain issued that paper, promising a [Jewish Homeland, naturally the Zionist I 'eaders were very happy and anxious | that the whole world should immediate y known all about it. So a hurry call I ,vas sent to the home of the secretary —Jot Dr. Weizmann. She was a good linguist and she was to translate the document into French and Russian. But the secretary was also mother of a year-old child. "How can I leave my child?" she asked. "1 have no baby sitter." The Zionist leaders were insistent, however, so the secretary bundled up the little child, fenced it safely in the cradle and leit for the office. She comforted herself that the document she was to translate was not lengthy, so she would not be gone long. The one-year-old child has since of course grown up. Almost everybody has heard of Abba Eban. He's the boy who almost interposed himself in the path of the Balfour Declaration, which created the baby of the Jewish State. They used to have more babies or at least it seems so. Shalom Asch, the writer, had 12 or 15 brothers and sisters. (I don't remember the exact number.' He had so many, that he recalled that with all the strangers that used to come to his parents' house, when everybody sat down, he didn't know who were his brothers and sisters and who were the strangers. Today, we are a bit more cautious. We have been alarmed about a population explosion. There is fear there would not be enough corn But there were no cigars to give out then. There is a Talmudical story about a man who was left a bequest, hich was to be delivered, however, only alter the beneficiary had (lone -omething foolish The beneficiary was puzzled by this strange proviso and he went to see Reb Korachai about it, Coming to the tatter's house, the man found Reb Korachai crawling on all fours plaj wth hichild. The man explained to him the strange will. Reb Korachi laughed. "It'll all very simple." he "By being foolish, is meant doing what I am doplaying horse for my child. That is to say. you are 0 get the bequest, when you are married and have children And now for a good story about Yom Kippur. One Yom Kippur. in the city of Berdichev, where dwelt the lamous Red Itzchak Leih, when the time came for saying the Kol Nidre, the members of the congregation looked around, but their sainted rabbi was missing. How could it be that the great Reb Itzchak Leib should r.Ot be present for the singing of the Kol Nidre? The congregation was in a dilemma. Search parties were sent to all parts of the city. The Jewish sections were thoroughly combed, but the rabbi could not be found. Then the non-Jewish section was reached and the rabbi was found. He was holding a peasant's child in his lap. It seemed that, on his way to the synagogue, he had come aeross the child crying. The mother had gone away for some reason, so Reb Itzchak Leib had appointed himself as babysitter. er issues in the world today. One sensed at the meetings an aura of "other-drFectedness" on the part of the conferees and in their discussions. But one also felt the presence of a strong, involved and committed American Jewry as a whole to timely world problems. The history of Judaism is filled with moral issues concerned with the abstract ideas of freedom, equality and justice. Consequently, the conference certainly did not reflect a sudden "jumping onto the bandwagon," to show official Washington that American Jews have just become aware of the significance of social action concerning world peace, disarmament and civil rights. Speaking for the group, CCAR President Rabbi Leon Feuer, of Toledo. Ohio, stated. "We feel it to be a primary part of our function as religious teachers and molders of public opinion in our congregations to exhort the people and lead• The Rabbi And Psychiatrist IMMORTAL RFBELS. By Israel J. Gerber. 267 pp. New York: Jonathan David, 131 E. 23rd St. $5.95. INR. ISRAEL J. GERBER has been a staff member ol the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. He is the author of 'The Psychology of the Suffering Mind." a modern interpretation of the therapeutic techniques in the Book of Job. and of "Man on a Pendulum." a case history of a homosexual. Rabbi Israel J. Gerber is the spiritual leader of the liberal congregation of Temple Beth El in Charlotte. N.C. This uncommon combination has found further fruition in a most unusual and intriguing book which dissects Biblical characters into their psychological components. In discourse which reads as easily as case histories from an analyst's files. Dr. Gerber recreates, for instance, the emotional and psychological behavior of Cain and Abel and the first murder, setting it into the classic terms of sibling rivalry and the kind of personality disturbance which can result in extreme cases. Nor are the parents. Adam and Eve. neglected, for of course such rivalry is rooted in the relationship to the parents. A similar kind of analysis structures the stories of Noah, of Abraham and Sarah, of Jacob and his family, and Joseph and his brothers, and of Moses, to note only the major characters, in all of the book, the deeper forces of family living with its conflicts and problems and tensions are highlighted in order, in Dr. Gerber's view, to reveal a new dimension of the Bible, one whose dominant theme, stated again and again, is the freedom of the individual and the rebellion against predetermination. Of course, much of the analyses is pure con jecture; in strictly historical terms, supposition no matter how brilliant, does not spell truth. But the intent here was not to be irreverent, but perhaps to be reverently human. The references on which Dr. Gerber bases his provocative exposures corneas often from the Midrashim as from the modern psychological writings of Freud. Jung. Bergson and Fromm. from Josephus as well as from Men ninger. from the Babylonian Talmud as well as from "Basic Principles of Psychoanalysis." It is a kind of Biblical scholarship fascinating in its possibility, while the possibility itself is Strange!) peripheral to the Bible and its meaninand relationship to Jews. ership ol our country to pursue in these days o; the weaponry of mass destruction those pdTTcies" which will avert the horrors of nuclear war. We wish to speak publicly on the basis of facts which are as accurate as can be obtained." The rabbis came to the conference to learr to question and to consider how ancient moral concepts basic to Judaism fell into the framework of the complex domestic and international prob!-ms of concern to the United States in her role Ja 20th Century world leader. Speaking before the group on "disarmament and civil rights." Republican Sen. Jacob Jatits, of New York, declared, "Our moral leadership in the world today is the critical issue; race relations is the paramount moral issue in the United States today." A number of questions yet remain. V'en American rabbinical leadership communicates the important messages of the conference to local congregations, will the membership act on such issues as civil rights, world peace, disarmament? And. if congregations do act, how should it be done? Should it be vocal or quiet? Congress, for one, feels that grass-roots participation in major policy Issues in-ures a greater governmental response; however. Harry Sea mans, chief of the Burea j >ty Public Affairs at the State Department, told tEe CCAR group. 'Demonstrations are important, but often don't give the opinion of the masses, considered views, in a studied manner, of respon Organizations carry more weight.'' There iaiso the problem ol translating abstract and >mewhat remote ideas into practical and COD te actions Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT He Speeds for Results Hollywood A RONALD LUBIN, one of the new ** successful motion picture producers, told me that he moves at a speed calculated to bring best net result Currently completing for M-G-M a starstudded Western with Paul Newman, Laurence Harvey. Claire Bloom. Edward G. Robinson and Howard DaSi'v. "Judgment in the Sun." based t.,.ne Japanese movie. "Rashomon." he has a total tft SIN high-budgeted films in preparation. The first one to roll is "Mila 18." from the Leon Ins novel dealing with the uprising of the Jewi the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. The Yugoslav go\ernment has invited Lubin and Uris (the latter to serveas production associate) to come to Belgrade early in June to discuss location work and studio facilities with the authorities and Serbian motion picture craftsmen Ronnie assures me that he will pull no punche:n depicting on the screen the magnitude of resistance ,;ain-t the .Nazis by the Jews of Poland. Next. Lubin will do an original movie story "Ru. rales." to be written by the same Leon Iris ar,i deal ing with the Mexican Mounted Police and the character transition of an American caught in the turmoil of Mexican revolutions against dictator Porfirio Diaz m the ioyO s. The producer is simultaneously working on a smell biography of "Simon Bolivar." the great South *me" can emancipator of the early 19th Centurv. with a seenar.o n the process of being written by Robert Presnell lor Ronl" K P(, P ula,ion E xplos,on no bc '"R Puied n.„,u Lubin by novelist Guy Endore. who most r I I I H T rr S( b I If aSss tTSS 0,T ;" u s %  zzttmSZZ across the globe, including London. Tokvo 11 Calcutta and Bombay. Ronald Lubin contemplates to cast either Rex H r Ton VV U .T UU '7 ht ,u r oie -' %  > SJ!S 1,n? ""' ,M H "ywood rilmization the Cervantes classic, published in Spain in 1605 Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR LBJ Pressured to Review Genscide Convention PRESIDENT JOHNSON is now bein impressed by a number ol Sen; tors—both Democrats and Republican With the necessity to make a person; strong appeal to the Senate to ratif the international Genocide agreemei which outlaws mass-killing of human b. ings such as was carried out by th Nazis against the Jews. To the detr ment of the United States reputation a I 'IT",?' 10 ^"""ent. the Senate h" sen, not ratied the Genocide Convention which was adopted bv the United Nations in 1948. This, despite the tact that many other countries-even the Soviet Union-have long since acceded to the Convention. As a matter of fact the Genocide Convention has the largest number of ratifies lions of any of those adopted under the United NationCharter. They therefore seek the aidI of 1 L 2 taw Br0UpS hope that a Special ,, „o r p 1,,< n ,,,hns !" •> the bring the me.S \oTieb ^an'r I* T" ,,! active n efforts .0 seenre i„. % E IK CKlll > r -tors Ernest SLlTSi^JS^T ? ** borger, Eugene McCarUnwTnif "i M '""' 11 1 B Nue v. Long-all Dem.er.ts,? m Proxm '"'• K,lw %  %  I h Scot,1. NTSETBS %  *" %  Senator, or JtlTSSS S2JBPS l or ,hp *"*" "me of peace. ItdecSres Sf.^ ,,me f war or ,n •hall be punched %£S2t ter^T 22S f **



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Friday. February 21, 1964 ImrlstonorkB&n y Page 3-A JNF President to Address Seudah Max Bress] r. president o( the Jewish National Fund l America. will address the Purim Seudah ol the J.NF Council of Greater Miami on Feb. 25 at the Fontainebleau W Hotel. Bressler iimmediate past president of the Zionist Organization of America. Born in the Ukraine, he came to America in 1921 and continued his studies at an American university. He has been a tireless worker and leader in Jewish educational circles Builder of the Jewish University of .America, he is chairman of its national Board of Trustee-, and chairman of its National Development pro gram. At associate chairman of the National Executive Council of the Zionist Organization of MAX MfSSIM Concert of Jewish Music Slated Here Sunday at Miami T Auditorium America, deputy member of the Actions Committee of the World Zionist Organization, and a close friend and co-worker of the laf*Zionist leader, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, he shared the tragedy of Jewry in Europe and contributed substantially to Israel's rebirth. He has been designated as "The Father of the Jewish University of America." He was recently cited by I Inited Hias Sen ice on its 751 anniversary as the "mosl outstani ing Jewish immigrant, who bj his achievements, best symbolizes thi contributions immigrants li a made to the growth of America As a reward for his Zionist la.boss, the State.?t*Jsrael, thrpugh ihe Jewish National Fund, honored Bressler by naming a largi settlement in the suburb ol Jerusalem, "Kiryat Menachem. Leon J. Ell is president Of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Rabbi Irving Lehrman ichairman of the JNF Foundation, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz heads the JNF Southeast Region, Top Official Takes Bribe From Builder Continued from Page 1 A istry committee that awarded the contract. He was one of four defendants in the trial. A second of the accused was also found BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 SKY LAKE U&mpi HIOH IN IK1 ILUI niDOI MOUNTAINS iAU T tt. oconaiA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities, (mall groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities. Registration for 1964 Season is Now Open IK A t DONNA ST£.N*UrZ-Camp Diretfrs-ilD & MAftflYN GMUNSPAN Ph. 624-0692 Ph VI 5-6904 P. O. Box 159 — Miami 45, Florida /I OTARION HEARING AIDS Repolr All Motes WHILE YOU WAIT tatter let end Molds Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 THMS TRADES RENT PLYMOUTH CAR — AND OTHER FINE CARS — m p. A WEEK Vl|T PLUS 8c A MILE tO I J Convertibles %  eat 7 S20 WeeK up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. 1451 W. FLAGLER FR 3-6765 Passover: L5th Nissan 5724 (March 28,1964) tndtnee Day: Hh f'yar 5724 (AprH 16,1964) Two reasons why Spring is the most exciting time to fly to Israel Spring is when all of Israel takes on a holiday atmosphere. Passover and Independence Day fall within three weeks of each other. Billions of flowers take over the fields. The Cities throb with excitement. The people are at their most joyous. Even history seema more meaningful. As you might have guessed, Spring is when EL AL is busiest. If you're planning a trip, make arrangements now. See your travel agent or EL AL Israel airlines.! 1602 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida • JE. 2-544) m SUMMER CAMP IN ISRAEL A Non-Profit Educations! Youth Project o! the Ntionil Cminiuce J<. Labur Israel Enrollment for BOYS & GIRLS, ACES 14 to 17 The 7* 2 week program features: • Mediterranean cruise aboard a ZIM liner Camping, working with Israeli boys cV gills In M AR HAlAROKj • Field trips and hikes throughout Israel I • Classes in Conversational 1 lebrew 1 Land and water spot ts. arts and crafts 1 Expert American and Nr.ieli counselors i Nutntious and strictly kosher cuisine 1 Stopovers in F.urop^ For ''.' particulars contact: July-Autust $948 TOTAL COST ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE No. 1 Lincoln Roid. Suit* ?4. Miami Beach JE 8-1231 Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4Ur a d 2>.vvo OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432



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Page 2-C JenIsti n-DrSdHrum Friday, February 21 Jcscph Mazer to Chair Reception Here In Behalf Of Yeshiva's Grad Scfod Joseph If. Mazer is serving as chairman of the reception in behalf of the Belter Graduate School of Science of Yeshiva University on Feb. 23 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, which honors Dr. E. R. Piore, vice president for all scientific research of InMAX 1. ETRA ternational Business Machines Corp. Mazer, treasurer of the Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp.. New York City, is an outstanding communal leader who has been a member of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University since 1950. He is a national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, treasurer of the American Frien.is of the Hebrew University, and deputy chairman of the university's Board of Governors. He is also a director of the Jewish National Fund and one of the leaders of the State ol Israel Bond drive. Mazer served as chairman of Yeshiva University's year-long 75th anniversary celebration during the 1961-62 academic year. He is a veteran of World War I and a graduate of New York University, and was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters by Yeshiva University in 1960. He and members of his family are among the leading philanthropists in Jew Ish life. HE'S CHAIRMAN OF BOARD Max Etra to be Chairman Of Dinner for Dr. Belkin Max J. Etra, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University, will serve as chairman of the dinner honoring Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva University president, Feb. 25 at the Sterling Hotel. Etra, a New York attorney and communal leader, has served as chairman of the board of America's oldest and largest university under Jewish auspices since December, 1953. He also was one of the founders of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and has served on its Board of Overseers since its inception. Long identified with leading local, national and international religious, educational, health and welfare organizations. Etra has gained nationwide recognition A LONG DAY Yeshiva Universit) h a s America's hardest working undergraduates These students, young men at Yeshiva College and young women at Stern College for Women, at'.cnd classes from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., on most days, have labs as late as 10 p.m. once or twice a week. and also attend classes on day. They are in class about twice as long as most colstudents. These long hours are necessary because Yeshiva University has a unique program which combines religious sturlies with a liberal arts and science education of the highest quality. During the m rning hours the students attend classes in Jewish law. r< ligion, literature and cusIn the afternoon and evenings, they attend class 1 to prepare for careers in biology, economics, English, history, mathematics, philosophy, political science. psychology, sociology, and many other fields. for his active furtherance of Jewish and American lite. Elra is president of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, one of the largest and most influential sjnagogues in the country. He is past president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Vice president of Beth Israel Hospital, New York, Etra is a member of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and on the executive committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Etra was associate chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee and serves on the boards of the Jewish Education Committee of New York and of the Ramaz School. Yeshiva University, now in its 76th year, comprises 17 schools and divisions located at four main teaching centers In New York City. More than 5.200 men and women are pursuing a wide variety oi undergraduate, graduate and professional studies m liberal arts and sciences and Jewish learning, These programs lead to 19 different degrees and diplomas. Behind the Belfer Sdrosl: Nation's Increased Need For Science and Research JOSEPH MAZER The Belfer Graduate School of Science at Yeshiva University was founded in 1958 to help meet the continuing and increasing national need lor scientists, researchers and science educators. Members oi the faculty and visiting lecturers have been recipients of numerous awards, grants and contracts from the IS. Government for the support THE SAGA OF ARTHUR BELFER How a Polish Migrant Endowed a Top Center 1 be itiot atioi inwi \ s a nt. a Kill n ,\ 1 1 or Al A 56-year-old Polish immigrant who came to the United States penniless in 1939 gave Yeshiva University S2 million to develop its Graduate School of Science. The donor. Arthur B. Belfer, is president of the Belfer Foundation and chairman of the board and chiel execuive officer of the Belco Petroleum Corp., New York City. Belco is engaged in the exploration, development and operation of properties in Wyoming. Utah, the Hocky Mountain area and Peru. Belfer is a member of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University. The gift by the Heller Foundation is being used by America's oldest and largest university under Jewish auspices to expand its graduate programs in mathematics and physics (theo retical and experimental. which were initiated in 1958. In making the contribution. Belfer explained that "1 can think of no finer way to express my gratitude to this country than through higher education The highest governmental of ficials have stressed many times over the great need tor training more and better scientists if the free world is to remain free. I am grateful that I have been afforded the opportunity to advance this national goal.'' Founded in 1958. the school offers programs in mathematics and physics leading to the Mater 0l Arts and Doctor ot Philosophy decrees and prepares qualified college graduates for careers in scientific research ami teaching, it 1located in temporary quarters at 601 \\ 183rd St., adjacent to the university's Main (enter Dr Abe Gelbarl is dean. I Itimateh it will form a part oi -, new Mid town center on Manhattan's West Side. Belfer waInn; in Vodzislai Poland, la) 30, 1907 On his way to America in S ptember 1939 on ., busine trip, out while ho was still ab. ship, making 1,.. p 0 li>h mone> valueless, lie had to bort live dollars to get off Kin1. land His 1 imily joined him in 1! ''-'He became an Am. 1 citizen in 1946. Settling m Brooklyn, he start ed his meteoric rise soon aft. r h arnva "I"'" ho entered the leather and down business in 1:,; ''" established Ih, Belfer Corp to manufacture sleeping '•' %  -' for the armed forces .,,,,1 ,„ '"J i "': :; l "' li out into the foam rubber business. l! '"' %  the oil business in \ l952 '•'' I year corporation's stock has been listed on the New York stock Exchange since June 7. 1962. Mr. Belfer is vice president of the Sutton Place Synagogue WEIGHING THE M.'LKY WAY "Weighing the Milky Way.' the luminous expanse of distant starwhich s t r e t eh across the heavens, is becoming a reality through the research efforts of Dr. Leon Landovitz, an Associate Professor ot Phj sics at Yeshiva University's Belter Graduate School ot science, Dr. Landovitz. a 31-yearold physicist, is currently expanding his research theory which was developed three yearago by utilizing the information e. uried by radio waves which is led into electronic computers, This tar reaching project of Dr. Landovitz. which he started when he was associate I with the Brookhaven National Laboratories, will aid in mastering celestial -pace of theoretical and exper research. Among the government agencies ba\ the U.S. Air Force, Science Foundation. Aeronautics and Space \ tiation and the Office Research. The school's achievem. 1 standards, to a major exte due to an outstanding f Under the direction of D Gelbart, a mathematicsmerly from the Institute : vanced Study at Princetoi School has attracted to r ulty a number of world ed scientists. Among the visiting 1 t are Dr. Deane Mont president of the Amerii ematical Society; and Dt Selberg and Dr Jesse w inners of the Fields I': highest international a mathematics. Two recent faculty nients will have signifi. ing on the future devi ot the School. Pro! I'. mann, the worid-famou< ity on relativity theorv nl Albert Einstein's el' s. • iates, has become chail -. M I the Physics Department Nob Laureate Paul Dirae. fr. can bridge University, Englai an "I the 20th century's %  %  :• -".1 nt ing scientists, will al-' faculty in September. 1%) The Belfer Graduate S Science now enters a ne of development, in or achieve its fullest DOt. service to science, education, dustry, government and 'lie .^ tional community, a pr igru has been drawn up by V-hivi University to construct a I i -ton S15 million Science Center .a n main campus in Washingtot Heights The new Center will make pos sible the expansion oi irrcnl programs, the addition of DM faculty, and the intensificatiw of research relating to -iicl areas as astrophysics, nucleal energy, pure matheni v computers. :ner Ma At Ugl| p t : ARTHUR B. BELfER PIVI B nd 1 wtober, del nf I 16 08 nter Ye8hiva University, a S15.000.000 a*, meetinn .K re P**nt a significant contribution toward educno, J na 0n S Ui 9 ent need ,or hiqhly-trcuned s:.ence aucatoxs and scientists lor industry and research.



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riday. February 21. 1964 *. IrnUI rtrrirffrin Page 15-C LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No. 61949-A IlltO ol n.i.Vi:. i-.-.i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I, Ml <"red and All I '• %  oni lima or I 'man. i> A i Ian hi notified .nlr. I'd to iiivHfnl an) cla Ims .. ml deA I i 11 %  niH) h.t Ve .-.. ii %  — ,. ol HAKKY TKIJ.BII, de... ,i i.Hi..i l '.nilCounty, i | Count) Judges ..I' l iadt> i '• % %  n i .i Hi., the (Mime in ihi|.||i .1:. ., |. i.\ ill>l III Beel hui >•'... 1 •>. I statutes, iii their ..ifloi a In Count) Courthouse In Dade E .mi.v. Florida, within ."iN cakmiai 1 1from tin' time f the firal bniiration hereof, ur iin' Biiiiie v. in red. Hi Miami. I'll.'iila. thin Mill ,,1 February, A I >. 1964. LORRAINE KRAUSS AH Administratrix l-'ir-i pu ilicatlon .i thlfl notice on Mill .ic) 1.( February, 1:".:. I VMOPK l.i i.\ I M l.N ney f<>r Adminlstrgl 1 i\ 1 X.W. tth Street :' II. 81, 28, 'I li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTICB is HEREBY II1VEN that lei Ignt 'I, desiring t" el [1 1 sine** under the fictitious name I cms BY EXCEL al Suite .".I". 'in,,.In It..a.I. .Miami Beach, Fla., |i • %  1.' 1 rti-i. %  • %  — • %  I name iih 1. Clerk of ili.. Circuit Court "f County, Florida. I1ETSIE BXOBL, Sole Owner Ml. KWITXEY I.VBKH1 EIX, KWITXEY & I 'IS neys for Applicant Ri ad :• 11. :'. 2% '• %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12i3 > < %  Mi HALL. 1 mm. ,l>l! \ Mi II VLB, 1 >••'• ml. int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE \NI>I:A MI IIOI.E rngrahnm N. \\". Washington, l), 1'. and l". s \MM;A M.HAI.K 11 tSener.ll l>ellvp|') \\ a -in n>; 11.11. I >. C. 1 1, SAXDK \ Mi 11 VI.K an herel>> notified thut .1 ''..mi ni for DI^"i I11 been 1.1..! agulnsl you ( and ri • 1 i %  %  1 to nerve a cop) %  I \ n surer ,.1 || t idlllg t,, Hi,. -11111. I> %  111 on the IMnintlfl .1 loi nej .1. I'.vVID LIK1IMAX, ••::'. North Krome Avenue, Homestead, l-'l In. ami file .the original Anawt r or I'leadlng In ''i fflce ..1 the Clerk of the Circuit • ni inI11 fore Hi. nth da) of March, 1964. If you fall to 'I" s... • ni by default will !> %  • taken isiuini you for th< relief demanded in the Kill 1.1 Complaint. T la notice shal i>puhllahed once i h week for four consecutive weeks 1 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAX. DUNG AND ORDERED al .MIAMI. 1 1 ..la. thin 3rd da) "l February, \ U Is64. 1:. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ii'.in % %  nil. Pads County, Florida [ an Court St-nll Uy: c. p. COPKLAND, Deputy Clei k DAVID I.IEHM.v.N I North Krome Avenue li.-iii. >I..,.J. Florida IV1 torney for Plaintiff :. 11. si. I'N -MY cm BY HENRY LEONARD "Oh, now I see you diaper him like a Hamantaschen!" Copt. 196], Dayenu Production* LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No. 62023-C III III! KBtllte ..f M VRY IKIMI. Dec. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I'.i All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands I .. Said Estate: You ai .• ',• %  nil n i| iii ed i" present any el tlnis and which you may have against thi --i.il.of MARY PRIML deceased late of Dade County, Florida, in HiCounty Judges of Dade Coiin' y. and file the name In duplli .. • ami as provide I In Section 7 .: I 9 Florida Statutea. in Hun offices In the Count) Courthouse in |>ade County, Florida, within si.s calendai month! from the time '.f the fii-i n ihIleat ion hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this 30th day ui' January, AH. 1964. JEROME UOLDMAN As Executor First publication of this notice on the Tin day of February, la64, :i >i.i ".MAN. ii()i.nsi-i:iN & PACZIBR Attorne) for Executor %  "! Weal llagli 1 Street '. 14, Si, L's LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREIIV HIVES thm the nii'i' 1 -signed, di'slrlng I" engage in business under Ihi fictitious name of ill. Al WIN Al'ARTMEXTS al 236 an. I !4."i %  .''Hi Stret, Miami Beach, Florida, intends in register said name H %  h ih< 1 'i. rk of ihe Circuit 1 ..: I ( %  anil ( Florida. I" IROTHY SOLKOFF KOVNKH ft MANXHKIMER Attorneys for I' Ill) Solkoff .: 1. SI, .'-. : S 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61725-B In RE: Batllte of SAM BBRfi Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claim..r Demands Against saiii Estate: V..11 an hereby notified ami required i" present any claims ami demand* which you may inn., against the I estate >"i SA.M BERG deceased late nf Dade County. Horida, to illCounty Judges ..1' Dade County, ami iiiiii" -.mi,, iii duplicate ami a.provided in Section 7SS.11 Florida Statutes, in their offices in tin1 "1 -11 in > 1 uun hu.isa 1 ia ty, Florida, within six calendar im.nilis from ill, tune of me in-, i. Heat ion hereof, or tiie same will be barred. Dated a' Mi-. mi, Florida, n. 5th %  lay uf February, A 1> Unit. i;i.AI.Ys BERQ As Administratrix First publication of Iliis notlee ..n iii.;iii day of February, 1964, SIIKVIN. ii"(i|".MA.\ Ai ,| ( ii. 1 /.MAN Attorneys for Gladys Berg :: Hi Se) I...M Building .Miami :ii'. Florida 2 7. It, 21, gg NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 8A4 ROBERT M MI'TZ Plaintiff -vs. r \ 1 I.A MI'TZ I ""!' %  ml nil SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( I'AII.A MI'TZ Iti -i lent %  I' iiknun n You, Paula Muts, are hereby mtlfi,.l thai a Rill ..f Complain I for Divorce has 1 1 filed against you, and you are required f" serve a copy <• fi ndants. NOTiCL BY PUBLICATION • Ri lY 1 ;i -I "\\ IN and RACH KL %  • I WIN. his un'<\ residence 11111 wn, If Ih Ing : unknow 11 -i" ii i-.-m.ui i..i. ami 11 dead, then uni.ii-.w n spi -i-i -. If remarried: all --.11 I" Irs, devlsei lleiiois, redItors, iothel w Ise lalmlng by, |i .;i). iincli 1 01 agu a-i 1 lie alii |1 %  Y litHIW IN 11. 1 II \' lli:i. %  WIN. his ir. an.1 against i. %  ,nbaviiiR 01 %  I' 1 -' %  luo ight, 1 • I--. %  : %  In%  in ..1 lo ilu pi npi rl) lien 111 1 ibed. 1 \M %  r \. 11 1 1 | YoC on In n .. Complainl In F01 ecertalu 1 1 1 pro rty, to-wit: % n Bio k 1 of 1 1:1. M v M 'I: fl l:i II M'l" ClOX, III onlillK lo 1.1 ih. •. of, 1. iiriii .1 iii pial ol ih. Public >rds %  :' Dade 1 "ounl \. I 1 da .11-. know] IMia k IS, I.Ki: M \N' IR KS} %  i-'.rilini; in iin1'iai thereiis recorded In I'lal Book 63, SI 1 '< %  of ihe Public I!.-, in. is 1.1 ''" luty, Flnrlds • n duly Hied against you and F1 %  1 • i|Uii 1 1 servi .. opy ol vnsw 1 or i", mltng lo the 1 '0111 %  Phi nun attorney, \i \1.• I FRIEDM \.s. JI .-. %  1 I 11-. Ml ml [2, Iloi Ida, and Iglnal Viiswei 01 I'll .'.1 na J-. "Ii.Cli ik ••! Hi. ClrL' 1 on 01 bi fore Ih 2nd day t' 1 1 -• % %  If fail lo .1" so, lit ii ||| u ill be 1 you for the r. lief 1I1 iiiundi .1 1 ">n plaint. il be |. lb Ixhi .1 oni •• %  "li for four ill oni.. ullve til THE JKWISII Kl.OKIl)|AN %  • Nl l->ll ORDERED al Miami, %  '• 'In2,th da) ol January, .... 1 %  • LEATHERM w. Clerk. %  Is Count' Florida B) '' P COPELAXD Ueput) Clerk 1/11, -'. 7-14-21 1 tit li day of March, 1964. ir you rail lo ii" so, Judgment by default lll be taken agafnat you for the relief demanded in tli" Bill of Complaint. This notice shall nt published once .11. h ."k for four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH Kl.oKll-IAN lni.NI-: AND ORDERED nt Miami. rlorldu, this i"ili da) "f February, A.D. IMI. 1: B. LEATHERMAX, Clerit, Clrcuil Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B) It. II. RICE, Deputy Clerk 8TAXI.EY I-".. (IOODMAX L'I.W N w 62nd Sti'. I Miami. Floi Ida I'M: .1 I -0380 %  : I. 21, 2S, 1 ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS 11 III! I :u V lilYEN thai Hi" uderslgned, desiring t" eng 1 itti-im-under ill" fictitious name of Cm i|> SPOT Ti"" Red Road, South Miami, .ni.! L'-".'" Bird Vvenue, Miami, Intendi > register said name n-lth Hi Clerk of HiClrcuil Court LEOXABD <1 KOEKT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61869-B Iii RE: Estate of SAMUEL. 8. KOVAC8 I ice".!-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraons ti.i.iMt claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Ynu ur. hereby notified and required in present any claims ami demands which ) ay have against the estate "f SAMCEL KOVACS deceased late of 11.ni.County, Plorlda, to iluCounty Jiiilgca of Dade County, and file Hi" same in duplicate and as provided In Section 731.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In tli.County (-".inh'.iis" in lium ih : line of the fii si publication thei eof, or 111" sain,. Hnl ,„ .. Daled it Miami. Florida, this 11I1 du) ••! I hrual y, I9l I, I'REDERICK It. SCHER As Administrator I "l'.\ First publication of III on notice "ii Hi.T1I1 dil) "I Ki I., IIH I 1 I-Mit Alto.NOVlTZ, SILVER ft SCHKR •i"7 Alnsle) Bldg., Miami. Kla Attorne) for Admlnistrati r CTA -' .". 14, 21, :'•> IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61808B l.N RE: Bstnte of MAN •:> 'i 'I 'MAN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All IN llavitiK Maimor Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified ami !-,•quired in iin .-, nt anj chtlnis and demands which you ma) have against iinestate ..1 MAN > ;< •< n ".MAN deceased late "f Made Count)', Florida i" iinCount) Judges of Dade County, ami fii,. th K same In dupiicute and as pnn Ided In s. ctlon .::; 16 hlorlda Statutes, in their offices in IM.Lount) Courthouse in Dade County, l-'l.'iiila, within six calendar months from the lime ..f tin. rmn publication hereof, 01 the same will inbarred. .11ISEPH T, 'ii 10I1.MAN KI Til B. GO 'OMAN Kveculors CAIPIN ft Rl ITHEXBERO Attorneys for Executors Miami. Florida IO0 Biscayne Building '. 14, 21, 28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenislh fhrldMaun solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48577-C IN RE: Estate "< DAVID HIRSH I i-.-.l. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTON AND FINAL DISCHARGE N"< "Ti' I-: Is hi !•• 1.. given thai 1 hi filed 11 rlwtl Report and I'etltlo iHatrihutioii and Final Dlschargi K\.. atrix "f 'In• state of DAV11 HIRSH, deceased: and thai "ti ilu ii.tii da) of M.i • Ii, I1'64, will apply 1 the Honorable Count) Judges "f Dad %  'ounl |. Floi Ida, for approi al "f sal Final 1: and foi distribution at final 'iihi -a* Executrix ol I eslati of the alsive-named deci • riiis 24th da) of January, r.'iil. SYLVIA HIRSH 1 :\.-. KOVXER ft M \NMii:i.\ii:i: .".1111 I Hi 1 ion I I'la/a ( 'enter Miami. Floi Ida B) \v ali.-i C. K.-\ i:-. \ 1 torney I 31. 2/7NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN ',.'... litious name %  A US-SI I l"l 1 ... I5HH 7!'lll Si. Calif way, So "1 Its \ lllage, i' n Intern i<> reglslet sahl na llle with the Clei nf iin1 "Ircuit ('..in 1 ..f I 'ade 1 • Plorid ,H 'IIN A DeVIVO Sole 1 "iv ner \N II '.il A. Al.l Attorney f >r 1 iwner (00 Alnsli ) Bldg., M ami, F f Unili County, Florida. I-IK.-I' II ft C CORP., and URi iVK M C iVUll' VIA IN s C \\VN Vlloi ney for V| plli at 1 I I.im olti Road •H .''. • : IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA No. 56572-A (Blanton) RE EST \ I'K 1 'I II AKi'l.l' S. SBWTi iX, 11,.,-,. -, 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITICE IS !" %  1 Ii) eiven 111.1t I havi fii, ,i mi final %  • |s>t and petition for Final 1'is. Ii irisi as KXECITOR nf Ihe 1 ,-. of HAROLD s SEW Tl IN. di 1 ii..1' on iii" 2nd da) 1 \l \ 1;. 11 iin.t. will appl) i" Hi" Honorable W I-' I'.I.AN'I'dN Count) "I-' Mi 1.its. It El MAX & KACI.AN" At tot 111 j for Admin \ 1 1 S.V\. 1st St. .,| Miami a.. Florida 7, 1 1. 21. :•* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 960 It %  \\ 1: K UtP, 1 -la intlff, CHARLES D K VRP, I ..1. iidaul SUIT FOR DIVORCE IC CHARLES I >. KABP %  .. Erederli k cltlln :••" I last risl St reel Apt. %  Mn nil 1 i.i 11, N. n v..1 k, N Y. You, Charles li 1. lien b) notified that a Bill ol t omplalni lor judge of i'.i.ICounty, Florida, fo "' '"' %  Hill or i omplalni lor innnivnl of said final 1 nd foi Divorce lias been riled against you, final dli EXECCTOR of th "i to serve a cop) I'si it, ,.f II Mli'l.li s SEWToX.de" >""' Answer or I'leadinii lo the '.-"'"•. '" *'• Bill ..1 Complainl mi the V ... ceai .1 This 27th .lav of Jan lan Ili4. SIDNEY N MSHT \T EX HCl'Ti lit "i Ihi Bsta II Mil M 1 > S SEW n 'X, 1 ii .1 II \l:iii.n sll VI'IRO An,.. 11. > 1..1 Executor NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Si ITICE IS HEREBY t!l\ EX II the unil Inl-im sunil' 1 Ihi MISS I' \V IKIUIN U.S al 1"-" N 1: 7-tli Road Mian I, '"''" 1 11 • 1 h ihe 1 "' %  rs "1 Ihi "In nil Courl ol lade County, t PATRICI \ BAK Ci: Soli %  i\\ Belgel, Albei I. Wi Iss ,\ Lyons \i torni %  1 V| ..nt 1463 W. Klagler Sin 1 1 1 31, -' T-II-:'I 11 torney, Sam BI 1. 20 S'.E First M 1 and file 1 lie • 1 Iglnal Ain-w.-i or I'leadlng 111 the 1 1 1. ..i" iin 1 li 1-!. of tli. Clrcuil Niurl "ii "i helot,t In Jit'l da) "i M..I-. h. 1964. If von fall t" 'I" s... lu in. ml will In taken 1-.111. -t you for tinI' lief il. III.IM.IIMI in the I %  1 %  %  laint. This notice shall l" published once %  .,, li u < ek for four consei ,n THE JEW Is-M IUiBH 'l \N DONE VXD ORDERED h da) ..1 ,i.. 1 AH. I ".I I-II 1.1: ITHKRM \N. Clerk, I'll'' It Ci Dade Count) Floi Ida By: K. M LY.MA.N 1 i) 'lerk s WI BLOOM in s ;•: i-'ii st AM Miami. FI I.i Ainu ne) for Plaintiff 1,31. 2/7-11-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT : IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62121. B In RE: Estate of KIXtlSTl IX URI I|I\VI illl, -..I NOT.CE TO CREDITORS I All • 1 %  itltol .111,1 All i'el -nHaviiiRs Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hi r, h) notified and rei|iin-"il t.. 1.1-, nt an) claims and deII amis win, i, v..,, u) ii. s. ugalnsl the estate ..1 KI.NCSI'I IN (IRiil). u "Hi. %  !• "• used li f 1 lade Coun' ty, Florida, t.. ihe Count) ludgi ..1 Dade otinty, mid file Hie same In duplicate .111.1 aprovided ,11 Sec I Ion '.. Florida Statutes, in I hell ..1li' •HI Hi.1 'ount) 1 'ourthouse :n Dade Count), Flo Ida, >v Ithln -i\ an ndi nths from ihe urn. ih.in-.-! publication 11 sami v. ill In hat I 'ai"'i .11 M ami, 1 li 1 la, tills T'li da Fi hrual I \ I • Mifi 1 IM l.N \ tllti 'I A\ 1 .III, Is Executrix Ursl • %  Iblli -i 11 this nol tin 14th 1 %  %  • In na 11 unil j >\ SI II ,v ^ l VXXHEI.MER 1 Executrix I II 1 i >uponl l'i 2 11, ; I. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si %  I'lCE IHEIIEIIY CilVEN Hi" unili rslancil, desli Ing I the ficiit tnii ol CI'STOMER 1:1:1. A TI' 'N SER\ li 'I %  ..-' Miami Beach, I • a.I!• %  ri HIM. 1 said ivith 1I1. 'lerk "f li. %  11. nil 1 'nun .a I 'ade 'oiilllv, Florida i : A ARD 1. I'.HRXS, Sole Own. r PA I I. Is u ITSEY I II.VERSTEIX, KW I'l'N" A .v il II 'I 'IS in %  \ ilii'snl 120 Lincoln Road '.' I I, 21, Js. :-. 1, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS lli:i:i:i :v III VEX I %  t li" 1111, 1, 1 si| ,1 iu •.. in biislni 1 .1 VCK'S DISCI H'XT STORK il A I h t he 'let k ••I Ihi • %  : %  Il 1 'nut t ..I I 1.1,1, 1 I. & K OENM't! VI, MEI5 'HAXDISE HIS 1 RIRl'TI iRS IXC \ Florida Co HEXBY SOBTON Vtlornt" 1 ant 1 106 l'ia) inBuilding :' 1 I, 21, 28, 3 'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL R IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 61768-C IS I'.I" Rail He of MINN IC SILVER deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi Having Claims or Demands Again; Said Estate: y-n are hereby notified and r. • iinii".i to present an) claims and di maud* which \ii may have agaii tli, .-l.it. of MINNIE SILVER d' Ceased late of Dade County, Plorldi to iinCounty Judges ..t Dade County, ami file Ui" saniiIn dupllcat .•ml as provided iii Section ":i3.i hlorlda Statute*, in their offices the 1 'ount) "ourthouse In Dade 1 '0 ty, Florida. iiliin six calends inonths from the time of the I'ir.imiiii. aii.n hereof, or the same wl inbat n .1. Dated al Miami. Florida, this !9i ,la\ of Jai nary, A.D. 1964. HENRY A KAMIAs Executor RFNJAMIS AOROXOW Attorney for Executor 211 1 'a unit 1 I! illding 2 7. It. 21 :: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62056 C In KB: Estate "t UI""' SER I'.. • ..%  ,1. No.,-O CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi -• %  llavlnu Claims • r I lemands A Said Eslati You at.ben l>) nol Ified and 1 • ",l to preseiil tin? claims and demand u hi< ii s.-ii in iv hai.against Hi estate • %  UI TH STEIXER decease late "i Dade Count) Florida, i" tl 1 'ount> Jutlgi H nl 1 "ade 1 "ounl • til,, th. .1 diiplicati d as prt el,leil 'i. Florida h 1 n... ... theit offices 111 Ihi 1 '"-.nit n Had' Co nit). Floi id. unfits 11.111 1I1 n ti.. 1. 1. ivill In liairetl, INtlftl al Mi 1 1 ; ...1. \ llt.VIIA.M XI SHI'KAT Kxecutor P'lldicai i' n ••! 1 %  %  %  1 VMtAIIAM II SHI'KAT IM I'll s rEIXER, Dec %  :. ; I, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUHT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61952 A IN RK E late of .IE A XXETTE A BELLAMY Deci ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors VII Pel sons Ha-. %  hits or 1 '1 in.nniVgalm I •-•• --. ii You a %  • %  loieb) nol fled and rt 'tnii i.i to 1 an> .innand di mauds ^ hlch \ "it ma hav, %  %  JE VXXET 11: y BELL I '., || C n int) ludges -•: Dad III' mil. rices • Courthouse^ 1 lade < touni >. F 1 Ida Il liln \ om 1 indate %  hereof, or the sam Will IM I.EAT14A P WILLIAMS Ext 1 CAIDIN ,v II" I'HKXBERU y Ixi Irlx I : llltllllg M an ). 1 1 a 1/31. %  :. 7-14-21



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Friday. February 21. 1964 +Jewlsi) fir rkHcin Page 5-A THE DECLINE AND FALL OF HAMAN Purim Narrative Piece of Perfection Left :o righ* are Jules Arkin, co-chairman, Miami Beach lawyer; George Talianoff, chairman; and Robert Traurig, co-chairman Miami, making plans for the Lawyers Division annual campaign on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. City Cornmiss.oner Sidney M. Aronovitz is overall chairman of the Professional Division, of which the Lawyers Division is an impr:1ant adjunct. UTTER TO THE EDITOR Reader Feels Community Needs Hebrew Academy High School EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I bate followed, with interest. hundred people at its annual dinner this year. It is time for the the exchange Of letters commenccommunity to realize that in order iny witt Rabbi Tlbor Stein's letter to produce an educated lay Jewish in the Feb. 7 issue of The Jewish Flori I in. l am not a follower or devote< of Rabbi Stern; however. ivhei true word isaid, it should be .ii I >w ledged as such. Then is a crying need in ihi> town | r a continuation of the He brew .. aden %  'I he great majority oi gri % %  lates • I the ninth grade i the A demj have no place to coni. M studies. This cognized since the Hobn v. j has had nine i %  %  Rabbi Horcviti, in his letter of Feb. 14, states that he consulted A lor lilt of rabbis before starting e Mesivta. These rabbis all head nightly specialized schools, %  M ;ansequer;ly, it is not surprising that the Mesivta is, too. None of the institutions mentioned b. Rabbi Horoviti in his list are comparable to our Hebrew Acact.ny. Our Hebrew Academy may more readily be compared to t-it Ramaz School, the Yeshivi' of Flatbush, and the Hebrew Institute of Long Island, all of which continue through high chool (12th grade). I did not find any of these in Rabbi HoroIll's list of consultants. W< ave been very fortunate here in Miami. We have as principal of our Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, who has; in the lace of many obstacles, notably a generally uninterested comn unity, created a Hebrew Day School which is among the best in the country, if Rabbi Gross had the founder.Of the Mesivta around i him it. yearago, I daresay that the Hebrew Academy would not; be the school it is today, but a j small yeshiva with a limited en-: rollmeti! of boys only. Certainly it | would not enjoy its reputation as the finest Hebrew Day School in the Southeastern United States. It i:i my considered opinion that Rabbi Gross should follow the same formula he used for forma tion of the Hebrew Academy elementary school ami use it to found the i. ">',. Academy High School. when no Jewish child will be excluded from advanced Hebrew studies because of sex or because oi unwillingness to be subject to the inlensivt religious instruction afforded bj the Mesivta. \i. gixteei • ears ol existence, the Hebrew Academy has become established as a community insti luii. i,i Pr this was the won derm, turno il more than twelve leadership. Miami needs the Hebrew Academy High School. DR. MATTHEW M. ZUCKERMAN North Miami. By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Purim narrative is a piece of perfection—a well-told story with depth of detail, yet with a remarkable paucity of words. The tale has many compelling virtues—rhythm, tempo, precision, mystery and pure drama. Each incident is told in minor chords, but when the curtain falls there is a vision whose echo rolls on and on. It is a measured story, with words used sparingly as if they were of true treasure. A lesser artist would have fallen into a trap in the striving to delineate a Mordecai at the gate, but the sculptor who etched this piece was too mindful of the purity in art to blur picture with extraneous touch. Mark of Artistry A Mordecai sitting at the king's gate is an overpowering theme. But in the hands of the scribe who parchmented the Esther tale. Mordecai waiting at the gate attains a staturt beyond the meaning of the moment, developing into a prophetic projection of a tale >hat was to repeat itself tragically and end lessly over the Jewish generalions. When Haman braves a repulsive gesture in the king's chamber, there is no Wagnerian thunder, no heroics, no raucous scene. Creatures of that mold are too pigmy to have treasured words wasted on them. It is always best then, the artist must have felt, to leave them naked and exposed. If brevity is one of the true marks of artistry, the restraint employed in the handling of thai scene reveals a story-teller of unique quality. Yet the virtue of terseness in the telling of a story is perhaps even better illustrated in the scene that is the Fall of Haman. Simple Question Haman had come to collect the honor the king promised to bestow upon him for the good job he was to do on the Jews. He is serious, watchful, astute, alert but not without a trace of buffoonery. He shows no signs of sensing the impending collapse, and if he has fear, he does not show it. His fate is moving toward a climax, but he is nailed to unreality by other visions until they are pierced by a deceptively simple question. Haman now gives the appear ance of not being so sure of his path. There is a pall over the chamber, a mystery in the midst of unfolding. He hasn't yet sensed it however, for he is still too preoccupied with visions of grandeur. But when the hammer falls finally, it strikes him into complete silence. There is no wailing or remonstrating He now seems to know that the word of king and late is final, irrevocable, No Recoiling The narrative becomes somewhat expansive when it gfl^s down to limning Jewish elation over Hainan's fall. But thai ihow it should be. Brevity here, the author must have sensed, would have shorn the incident of its simplicity. In rejoicing, restrait is not always a virtue. The king's dismissal of Queen Va-liti for the younger and more beautiful Esther is hardly a tale for the strait-laced and the virtue-minded. But so skilfully is this romantic element woven into the major theme that it becomes palatable even to the purists. We forget on reading it that it challenges conjugal proprieties or even that Esther stepped out of her fold. There is even no recoiling at the hanging of all of Hainan's sons—so perfect a tale is the Purim chronicle Social Worker Dad: Heights Discussion i,. Hei Jewish Congregation adult discussion group will meet Sunday. B p.m., in the home ol u r and Mrs. Mac Homier, 18071 NE 9th Cl There is a monument on Henry Street on New York's Lower Cast Side. It is the Henry Street Settlement House and it is a monument to the vision and dedication of a great American woman. Lillian Wald. Born in 18t>7. Lillian decided early in her life that she wanted to help people. Accordingly, she tool; nurses' training at the NewYork Training School for Nursing. Appalled by the dreadful conditions then prevalent among the immigrant population of the Lower East Side. Miss Wald and another nurse, Marj Brew established a nursing and sanitation sen ice for the underprivileged, using their own apartment as headquarters. This service grew and ultimately became the Visiting Nurses' Service, which continues to furnish assistance to I lie needy sick in their homes today. In 1885 Lillian Wald established the Henry Street Settlement House—originally called the Nurses' Settlement —with the assistance of the well-known philanthropist, Jacob H. Schiff. To this haven for the bewildered and friendless came streams of immigrants. To the children she was mother, friend and defender. Through her efforts, classes for ungraded children were first established in the New York City schools. To the adults, strangers in a new land, she was friend, counsellor and teacher, for. in addition ti> the visiting nurses' service, Lillian made available social activities and education. Lillian Wald'a advocacy resulted in the creation of the federal Children's Bureau in 1912, a landmark in social service. Her 70th birthday was celebrated nationally. Her death, in 1940, evoked tributes from the leading figures in the United States. Her life, however, is her true monument. 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Friday. February 21. 1964 Air Force Gives higher Rank To SAC Officer t | Special Report OrTtJTT APB. Xcbr — Tlir f.S. Air Forhas announced the promotion ". the rank of Major General of << .). Beck, who .serves a. Iiispectoi ieneral of the Strategic Air Command with headquarters here. Gt Beck has been in the Air For;, since 1940, and joined the Sir.'gic An Command shortiy after at or anization was ac tivated, Gen. Beck came to SAC Head quarter! from Pease Air Force Base, N where he commanded the 817 Air Division. Rabbi Abrahan !. Jacobson, of Temple Bmanu-I Haverhill, Mass., who i> pan me Jewish chaplain at Pease '. recallGen. Beck as "a man ho is well oriented in Judaisn and in whose life there is .i pot i api roach to faith and practice ^JmMii/ahkMbri Page 9-C Executive Board of th? Jewish National Fund cf Greater Miami listens to an address by Mendel N. Fisher, national JNF official, at a board meeting in the A'giers Hot3l. First table (first row left to right) ate Sam Kagan, Benjamin Apps!. Abraham Grunhut, Stanley Casden. Marshall Ccmis. Firr,t table (second row left to righ" are Al Sherman. Barrett Rothenberg, Harry Rosen, Abraham Fraidlin, Bernard Silver. Second table (first row left to right) are Gershon Miller, Julius Rosenstein, Mcrris Minov, Ezia Finegold, Mrs. Johan L. Berman. Second table (second row left to right) are Harry reldman, Mrs. Abraham Mason. Nathan Nash. Mrs. Nathan Nash. In i Jewish Jacobs: not oularly i freq-.it but a rema the [< with ed to sion. Gen. Tt \ w! i arned tinserv before a -> %  n incn sibilitic mand ; A me[ Legion Cluster Cross, /. Leaf C Cjoss, %  nd A Medal, the for: have fo et'er to the National /vcifare Board, Rabbi notet that the General %  attended services regih his family, and was • y c.illed to the Torah, : made it a practice to offer services to review -ion with the rabbi and ~er persornel who wishay for a discussion sesck is .i native of Dallas, re he v ent to school and law degree. Entering re as a (lying cadet just irld War ii. he became lieutenant. He served :"s in the Pacific, taking singlj important respon He irated as a com•t. his decorations are the : Merit with Oak Lea, Distinguishe l F lyin g r Medal with three Oak isters, British Military residential Unit Citation Force Conimendation Gen. Beck is married to .er Anne Michlin. They children. Kofstra Students Find Nazi Boring V A. J. PACK HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (JTA) Guarded by more than ISO uniformed and plainclothcs police. Cieorge Rockwell, leader of the American N'azi Party, addressed about l.ooo students at Hofstra University here and was pronounced a "bore" by the majority of th" audience. Bi re he talked, Dr. Randall A Hoffman, dean of students, and Robert Van Leirop, president of the student Council, told those in the hall that their speaker's phi losophy was "repulsive" but that he had a right to be heard. Two pickets paraded in front of the hall, but then' were no demtions against Rockwell's appearance He told the audience he fell he ua> speaking before "one ol the most liberal, leftist and Jewish universities in the coun try About .MI per cent of the nearly B 000 I id< %  at the university are Jewish. Thi Student Council, the ui.r. ersitj Al imni As oci tion, ai d Board of Trustees and the fa cult j all issue 1 statements condemning Rockwell's viewIn his speech, Rockwell denied he wa.anti-Semitic, saying he was ••only anti'Zionist." Talent Show At Academy To Aid Project Fnternrisinjr studentof the Hebrew Rcademy's ninth r a d e sponsored a student Talent Show last Sunday, 2 p.m.. in the Academy Auditorium Proceeds will go to the fund set up by the ninth graders to pay for a graduation i lass trip to Washington, D. C, in June. All students participating in the show have displayed unusual talents and weie chosen alter a series el contests to determine their highest qualifications Barry Bienenfeld, president of the ninth gr de Class, reported that other fund-re ising activities of the (lashave contributed to the treasury's growth. Last month the • h gn d rs became "car w ashi rs" for a day, and each week each studei t paj • 50 cents ol his own monej into the fund. Ac cording I Mark Sommers, .: her ninth u r i I e r. vi ho is n ol the trip, man> plans for the p ,' ed '>'• ashir ;ton %  isit .MI .':.: made. Highlight ol the ti ip v. ill be .i • sit and servici it Ihe grave ol the late Presii John F. Keni i dj at Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Mortimer C. Burton and Mrs. Edjth Sommers, fa cu 11 > n embers, and Israel Porush, pros. idenf of the Student Body, will accompany the .-indents. Heart Specialist Speaks at Club Dr. I. :1 N. Unger, a past president ol was giii meet II-: Zionist. I accord chair." I.UIK %  Uedneman's ologist : for th-. •ft he he Florida Heart Assn.. -t speaker at tne la-t Of the Miami Beach "strict Luncheon Club. to Jacob c. Fishman, in Was scheduled for \. 12 15 p.m at Wald itel Dr Unger, a cartiiractising in .Miami Beach past 17 years, spoke on ronarv Prone American Rabbi 'Explains 1 Ruby's Shooting Rabbi Max A. Lip-chit/, of Beth Torah Congregation, presented a paper on the forthcoming trial %  I Jack Ruby at the Women's Adult Institute recently. In a letter to Melvin Belli, deli nse attorney for Ruby, Rabbi Lipschiti points out that "according to Biblical and Talmudic law, although Ruby's action would not be condoned, neither would it variant capital punishment." He quotes De'utefQJiomy. Chap. 19, Verse 1-8. in which the avenger or next of kin "pursue the manslaver, while his heart is hot. and overtake him." If the manslayei does not floe to the city of refuge, and is found by the avenger and killed, the avenger is held guilt less. "Considering that millions be came mourners upon the President's death." Rabbi Lipschiti oes not find it surprising "that one man lost his normal faculties and committed homicide, for the President's death emotionally and mentally paralyzed the entire nation, causing depression and intensifictaion Of anxieties and tensions." NOW IN MIAMI Jewish Radio WEDR-99.1-FM NOW YOU CAN HEAR JEWISH RADIO DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, AND SUNDAY, OVER MIAMI'S JEWISH RADIO STATION WEDR-FM, 99.1 ON YOUR FM DIAL. Mrs. Isaac Emmer (right). Israel Bond chairman of the B nm B'rith Anne Frank Group, became the first 1964 B naiB nth Israel Bond Sponsor at a luncheon she gave for members ot her committee at her home last week. The proqram featured c talk on Israel by Mrs. Anne Grossman (seated third from eft), director of the Women's Division ofJ.he Greater Miarr.. Israel Bond Organization. Standing are Mrs Michael Covir, and Mrs. A. Herbert Brautman. Seated is Mrs. Jack Emn*r. Also attending the meeting were Mrs Benjamin Friedman, Mrs. Benjamin Kirschner, Mrs. Dorothy Lebow Mrs. Albert M. Leibow, Mrs. Rose Lichenstein. Mrs. Tilhe Serotj:.n and Mrs Cecil Wornick. THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-1:30 RUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3.15-4:15 P.M. $ THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON TALMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR WITH RABBI PINCHAS M. 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Tr.nn> -UKU., : oge 14-B v^lewisfi Fk>rid/an Friday, February 21, 1964 J3<*r <^Hiizvalt Stuart Suskin icld. will become Bar Mit/.vah at Stuart Floyd, son of Mr and the Hebrew Academy on Saturday .irs. Harvey Suskin. will become morning. Feb. 22. Rabbi Alexander I ar Mitzvah at Saturday morning S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew services, Feb. 22. at Beth David, bbi Norman N. Shapiro will ofl.cjate. A.seventh grade student at Shen. • ,doa.'\ Junior High, the celebrant .,ns to continue his Hebrew edu• tion. He is an active participant in all sports. Mr. and Mrs. Suskin will honor their son with a private Kiddush loriowing the service. Howard Bienenfeld Howard Jeffrey Bienenfeld. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Jerome BienenAca. etny. will officiate. Howard is presently in the eighth trade of the Academy, and is also a student of piano. His hobbies are golf, bowling and fishing. Among the many rabbis, relatives and friends attending the Bar Mitzvah will be Howard's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. David Kugelman. Also attending will be Rabbi Menachen M. Kasher, founder of the American Biblical Encyclopedia Society, now resid-l ing in Israel. Gary Meekler Hichari Ntwman ffae Ipstein Gail Mtllew Howard Bienenfeld Camp Gan Israel Plans Huge Pool Flans lor an Olympic-sized swimig pool at Camp Gan Israel of i lorida were scheduled to be made this week according to Rabbi Ablam Korf, Southeastern regional rector of the Merkos L'inyonei /.nu. Ii. sponsors of the camp. Rabbi Kurt said he has scheduled meetings with officials in Del.nd. Fla site of the newly-purased camp, for construction of ihe pool. The rabbi, who makes his headquarters for the Merkos in Miami Beach, announced the purchase of the camp last month. Merkos is the central organization of Jewish education for the Lubavitcher movement. The camp is located seven miles from Deland and is situated on 48 i res of what was formerly the -Millionaires Club. What will be the only summer k -her camp in the Southeastern • -ion of the country is scheduled to open its doors for the first time in June for eight weeks of campin,. Sports, arts and crafts and Hebrew classes are on the schedule with numerous other events for the summer. A special Kiddush and reception school, she also attends Palmetto interested in sports, and his hobby in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will Junior High. is sailing. A dinner reception in Gail's 1 The celebrant will be honored at honor will be held at Westbrooke a Kiddush following the service and Country Club. at a reception Saturday evening Guests will include Mrs. Molly at his home. Mellow, of Chicago, the celebrant's ... grandmother. Irvin Friedman Bar Mitzvah of Max Irvin. son Karen Raben of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Friedman, will Rabbi Harold Richter and Cantor be celebrated at Beth David ConZamora Club Eyes First Meet Rabbi Hershel Brooks announces .a the first meeting of the newlj janized Talis and Tefillin Club Temple Zamora has been sched i Vd for Sunday. Mar. 1. 9 a.m. Memberof the club. Bar BlitzI Btudents Of 1%3 and 1964. will end Sunday services with the mple Brotherhood, as well as the. Brotherhood monthl* break • -t. Present membership include! pert Leavitt. Edward Linker. H ward Manholf. Mark Pollack.. '! illy Roisman, Zadik Shapiro. Don lerman, Jay Lefkowitz and Howard Singer. Folk singer and Cantor Mordecai Yardeini will conduct the Passover Seders at the DiLido Hotel on Mar. 27 and 28, with catering under the supervision of the Sirkin Family Enterprises. Cantor Yardeini, who has just returned horn a concert tour of Europe and Soviet Russia, is famed for his interpretation of Jewish lituigical music, as well as Israeli folk songs. His compositions have been sung by such eminent cantors as Mordechai Hershman, Moshe Koussevitsky and Leibele Waldmar. Accent on Belgian endive at Victor Bidone's de Continental Restaurant. Sampling the .ourmet's delight are (left to right) Roger Cous'ry, agricultural attache of Belgium; Mrs. Bidone, of the de Contiental; Mrs. Paul M. Bruun; and Consul of Belgium Frank Sterch. Encyclopedia Exec To Visit It/hak .1 Carmin Karpman, executive vice president of the tenvolume Encyclopedia Judaica, will i)( in Miami from Feb. 21 to 26 to meel uith top leaders ol the Great 11 Miami community. Educated 111 universities in this country. Europe and Israel. Dr Karpman, who has specialized in economics, social science and history, has been an organizing force :r, the Encyclopaedia Judaica since its beginning in 1959. The late Gov. Herbert II Lehman, of New York, was firsl founder ol the Encyclopedia Ju laica The encyclopedia will comprise more than six million words and 1 illustrations and art repro uctions covering a total ol 5.000 12 Candidates Wi ? l Be Initiated Twelve candidates in waiting '.ill be initialed into the rank ol squire at the next regular meel ng of the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias 1 • dgc on Monlay, 7:3d p.m.. at Hibiscus Tern pie. loth St. an,I Alton Rd. Following the business meeting, Jack I. SandJfiX, lecturer and world traveler, will show films and relate interesting experiences of his globe-circling tours. Ladies' Auxiliary, which will meet the same evening at 8 p.m.. will join the Knights for the program. A collation and social hour will follow Fred Zeiger is chancellor commander. be held at the Academy immediately following the services. Rae Epstein Bas Mitzvah of Rae, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Morris Epstein, will be celebrated Saturday morning. Feb. 22. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Rae is in the eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where she serves as vice president of her Home Room and president of the class Social Club. She is a member of USY. Drama Club. Spanish Club. Girls Athletic League, and Debs Mr and Mrs. David Epstein and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Armel. Rae's grandparents, will be here for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Seville Hotel. Gall Mellow Gail, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mellow, will become Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Feb 22. at Beth S h i 1 a h Congregation. Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Her man Gottlieb iil officiate. An honor student ol the religious Jack Lerner will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Karen Raben during Friday evening services. Feb. 21, at Congregation B'nai Raphael. Karen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Raben. An honor student in the seventh grade at Norland Junior High, the celebrant attended B'nai Raphael Religious School for the pasl eight years. An Oneg Shabbat following services will be hosted l>\ the Bas Mitzvah's parents Richard Newman Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple F.mami-KI. will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Richard, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Joel P. Newman, on Saturday morning. Feb. 22, at the Temple. Richard is in the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior llij:h and plays cornet in the school band. He is negation on Saturday. Feb. 22. A. seventh grader at Ponce De I eon Junior High, he enjoys reading, building models, and fishing Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ceremony Gary Meekler Saturday morning services, Feb' 22. conducted by Rabbi Zevi Greenwald at Southwest Jewish Center. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Gary Meekler. An eighth grade student at Kinloch Park Junior High. 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Friary, February 21. 1964 f.Jewislh fhridfffri/r Page 11-A Jockey Blum Isn't But Hopes for Children Walter Blum loves to visit his I mami here in Miami, but it can I I> %  torture the next day. "Every time I po there and eat the loud I was brought up on in Flatbush, I have to go in the box. And, like ^^u>^y sa,\. that's a lot ot sweat ^T"he pound or two that Mama Blum's Jewish cooking adds to her son's 5-fO0t-4 frame makes a lot of difference t<> the 29-yearold Btional Jockey Champion of 1963. At 113 pounds, he hano trouble getting mounts—he can take a pound off easily enough— but above that, he's in trouble. Ii a Spartan regimen tor -in Bone who still recalls the / savory odorof the kitchen in .Brooklyn. He usually goes [through the day having had only cup of coffee for breakfast, and lotting for lunch. Dinner is an ll-out business — roast beef, %  lenty of potatoes, bread, salad, ioda pop—but that's it, as far as •atmg for the day. Over a cup of coffee at the lodest home at 8501 SW 16th |T"er., where he has lived with 1 his wife. Sally, and two boys tor I the past five years. Blum deified his sensitivity to food 1e with little regret as he |ihtii''d at a brownie. and Blum is one of those few w ho enjoy the confidence of the players—get only about 20 percent worth "If the other lead ing riders rode the horses I won with, they would win, too." Around Hialeah and other tracks where Blum is a great favorite, they don't think that's all. The dedication to his work comes through, even while Seth 5, and Jeffrey 2. are hovering about trying to get their share of daddy's attention. He quit Tilden High in Brooklyn as a sophomore because he liked being around horses, starling out by walking "hots," graduating to exercise boy in a tew weeks, and becoming a winner for the first time on his fourteenth mount in 1953. Modest Attitude I "11 I want t" keep ruling. I I lave to iii areful. So I'm careful. and I'm not sorry." he said Kith sincerity. That care, and Ian attitude which ''an best be %  escribed as modest, helped %  ring him the coveted championship last year, with 360 victorlieHe went to the races on %  >70Q horses during 1963. and (that'.a lot of saddling up. A 'good deal of this opportunity %  ten.from the fact that own frs and trainers like Blum The teason was slimmed up simply by lum when he said, "I like he Qlg nice to people." Ha also thinks it's "mazel" I that brought him so many win Ining horses during 1963. and in ther years when he has been imong the top 10 rider-. Hone-Not Rider "ll you i\.' to decide who's lost im • ml in a race, it's i' I ,r_ • least 75 percent of ..ho bet jockeys— Two weeks ago. lie was given a trophy at Hiaieah for bis 2.00()th victory and, in describing the event, the New York Times racing correspondent made a point of calling him "the personable Brooklyn-born rider." a description which seems to tit lew top jockeys. To compile a record like that. Blum rarely misses a racing day. Last season he took his first months off in 10 years before resuming at Tropical Park, and he confesses that sometimes he looks forward to a 10-day suspension for careless riding so that he can get a little rest and more time with his family. (Two days after this interview, Blum was set down for his perlormance on Mr. Brick 4.) Otherwise, it's ride ride. ride. Once in a while a rare, big day like June 19. 1961. when he rode six winners at Monmouth Park in New Jersey, comes along and makes all that riding a real pleasure—with profit. Little Socializing There's not much social life for him and Sally, although on Saturday nights they usually like to go to a night club for dinner and ,i show, He mixes little with ether jockeys, but this Isn't because of his Jew i.-lme-.-. "There's no prejudice around the race tracks—if you're a nice guy, they like you. and if you're not. it doesn't matter what your religion." he feels. Although there are many Jewish trainers and owners, there are tew jockevs of any consequence now riding, Arthur Sherman. Bill liarmatz and Ronnie Behrens coming to mind. In the past, he recalls, there were Sammy and Joe Kenick. Eddie Litzenberger and Walter Miller, who rode at the turn ol the century. When we added Ira Hanford, cited by Harold Riba low in his book, "The Jew in American Sports," as being the Jewish rider of 1963 Kentucky Derby w inner Bold Venture, Blum expressed doubt that Hanford was Jewish. "He's never mentioned it all the years I've known him." he said. Curiously. Blum has never ridden in the famed Derby. "I've refused to ride in it unless I feelI have a horse with a chance to win, because there are plenty of big races at other tracks that day, and I'm not looking for the glory of riding there. I still have to make a living," is howhe explains it. There isn I a rocking horse in the house, but there's no special significance to that—the two Blum boys get their pony rides at the Shopping Center a lewblocks away. Like most daddies, however, Walter Blum is determined that his two boys will get a better education, including in Judaism, than he had. More tor Kids He waved at the trophies in his living room, the latest from the Academy of Sports Editors as the "Outstanding Jockey of 1963." and including a few in golf, which is his favorite sport. "They're great, and so is the money. I'm happy and I don't regret walking those 'hots' around Jamaica and quitting school. It's just that I can't picture this life for my kids." Purim Festival At Beth El Will Aid Scholarships Proceeds from the Purim Fes tival at Congregation Beth El on Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. will go to student scholarships in the Hebrew School. Affair is being sponsored joint ly by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president, and the congregation. Joe Zalis, president. Highlight of the evening, to include vocalists and instrumental ists, W'll be the crowning of a Queen Esther. In charge of enter tainment are Mrs. Fanny Ames and Mrs. Solomon Schiff. Trar'itional Purim refreshments will be served, and committee members are Mesdames Max Rap 1 a port. Sam Phillips, Rose Siegel. Jacob Kahn. Rubin Blaustin. Fanny Klein. Joe Zalis and Sol Weger. DANCE GROUPS COUPLES also SINGLES BOSSA-NOVA CHA-CHA-CHA NEW LOW INTRODUCTORY OFFER MAY I SUGGEST TO THOSE WHO: 1) Like to entertain at home dance class & party 2) would like to improve their dancing call CHRIS DALTON Latin Dance Instructor For Information — Tel. UN 6-7711, 11-5 p.m. SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL, 65th St. & Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida JPG RACING %  RUSTYS ROOST" msmvAnoNi JE 1-0348 Post Time 8:15 P.M. 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Taqe 14-C ^Jtwisli Mnriciiftiri Friday, February 21, 1964 National Jewish Confab Scheduled For Washington NEW YORK—(.ITA)—A national lewish conference, representing all major Jewish organizations — religious and secular— will be held in Washington on Apr. 5 and 6 to voice i the unified protest of American lewry against the suppression of Jewish culture and Jewish religious rights in the Soviet Union, it was earned here. A decision to summon such a conerence was adopted at a parley of •epresentatives of Jewish organizaions active in all phases of Jewish life in this country. The American Jewish Committee and the Syna-I gogue Council of America agreed to I join in calling the Washington con-1 lerence which will, in addition to 1 discussing the situation of the Jews' tainebleau Hotel, in the Soviet Union, also send a Sanford S. Faunce has been apdelegation to the White House. A >inted Honorary Consul of Costa delegation of the conference will ica. Appointment ol the Miami at•rney has been announced by i resident Francisco .1. Orlich. of LEGAL NOTICE iCosta Rica Names Honorary Consul Mt. Sinai Hospital Founders Club Chairman Baron de Hirsch Meyer, congratulates Robert Z. Greene, shown with Mrs. Greene, and A. J. Harris, shown with Mrs. Harris, on the occasion of Greene's and Harris' birthdays which were celebrated at a special Founders Club function held recently at the FonTu B'Shevat At Yeshurun Hebrew and Sunday School ol osta Rica and Minister of Ex •rior Relations Daniel Oduber. also seek to present the recommen. iitiuns of the parley to Anatoly Dobrynim, the Soviet Ambassador in Washington, for transmission to' Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Temple Adath Yeshurun observed At the preliminary parley held at T B'Shevat. New Year of the the Hotel Delmonico here by repref r ^ s with a tree planting cere More than 200 children of the Temple explained the significance ol the occasion. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BV PUBLICATION Faunce is a member of Temple, ^ n ,^veVma7VhV'in7ererti Jew'"<>"> last week, on the grounds of EV^XENT^UDIOAL CIRCUIT OF ish organizations, tentative prepa*e Temple. F LOWID A M AND^ F<> R o A DE rations were discussed for the eth Am since its inception. Horn l Boston, Mass.. he attended Bos%  >n University. College of Business .([ministration and College of law, and the University of Vn. nia and Northwestern University. He was drafted as a private in %  ie army during World War II. :id was di.-charged in November >56 with the rank of captain. Faunce is presently a lieutenant : ilonel in the U. S. Army Reserve, idge Advocate General Corps. He is married, and the couple • ave two children. Cynthia Lu 11, nd Robin Beth 15. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIY (SIVWN thut thi und. rslgned, deslrlna to enKiiei in business under 'i "i tltl • name of Kl.l KN JAV APARTMEN s u I >0 ; ; ii stre-t, Miami Heai i. I irlnu, Inl, n,l i,. • RIKII I-.ii.l name \. n II the. Clerk "i the I'lrcull Com of Dade ..null. I ioi lda. VII mills KAt PMAKN It KOMK ANNK K \ I IAI ANN. Inwife I..H' i I HVIK-I I HRNRY KAPKMANN i ,, I i u\ ii,-i i SMITH ,v M ANDI.EH Attorney* for ICaufmann* 407 Lincoln Road Miami Beach %  % %  %  Florida JK 1-7117 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN thiii 'lu undersiiniett, dealting I-' angoga In business under i lofictitious name of SAM'S MARKRT al 'MJ' Douglas Itoad, Coral Gables, Kb-rloa, intend LO reKlster said name uith the Clerk %¡ I Hi,Citvuil Court of UniliCount)*, rlori.ln. MIRIAM SCHWARTZ PAH, RHEINOOl.D l':ti tn.-rslilp (Soldman, Goldstein \Pacaler _'i"l West Plngler Street Miami, Ifluridu Attorneys for Partnership : .-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN that th*...... rsitiiini. desiring ii> uncase n business under the fictitious name of RICHMOND'S HKUillTS OK i\Slllo\S ;n 14311 Lincoln Rouli \ rd Rii-hmond Heights, Dade Coun•v. Florida, intends t> roister Bald .li MIX li Ml 'RDAI NT 2 11. :i. 1! broadest measures to attract the widest attention of the American people to the di>criminations against Jewish culture and religion in the Soviet Union. The session, held in camera, appointed a coordinating committee to make the necessary preparations for the Washtor of the school. Rabbi Jonah F ington conference. I Caplan, spiritual leader of the In the weeks prior to the celebration, the students collected S200 for the planting of 100 trees in Israel in honor of Temple Adath Yeshurun Religious School. The ceremony was directed by Yehuda Segal, educational direcu a r i Q s RICHTER. Mrs. Sum. •;•;. of S261 Ooi STOLLER-. s\V I2th Rlverald Aii-i. Mat-He, BS, St. Riverside. cl 'I'M i -J71 NI: folNill SCHIfF Bank Elects Schiff to Board Neil Schiff, builder and developr, has been elected to the Board f Directors of University Naonal Bank in Coral Gables. Schiff, a long-time resident of •Jiami, lives with his wife. Barara. and their three children in --outhwest Miami. They are memers of Temple Beth Am. Schiff is currently president of .'ie Home Builders Association of south Florida. He is a member WEN2EL. I is. 7S. of IS2nd Si. Riverside. KAHN, Saul II. in v. 87, „f ;||-, llns Ave iii.-.i !•*, i.. y. Services in New York. Rlvi rslde. PAIGE, Mrs. Evelyn, 88, New York city, died pb. 7. Services in Rrooklyn. Riverside. PERRIN. Mrs. Marjorie, 83, of SOC wesi vve. .,,i,i w.-si Enitlev. I, •' • 'I "1 fan, :'!•. Servlci H in New lork. Riverside. DROOKS, Charles, 87, ..f 91*1 Proude Ave Services in Brooklyn. Rlv. .•'si,I,'. KURLAND Wp. Cella, 71. of R110 SW lth Si Cordon. SOBOLFFF. \i. Retina, 72. 2J10 SW 'MI, • %  ,. eiordoa SATCOWITZ. Morris. BS, of I HOI NK 1.4th M died Feb. I. Services in v ork. Riverside, FEINBERG. l .:, Inland Ave. s,i. vi,. s III Bronx. Riverside GOISHEN. E]|, ,-.y. ,, f i„ L ; | ,. n „ x Aye, Servlcen in Rrnnx Vi,,.,.:,!. U v il PH 0 TZ '-"'"'" • l ,l W. "f '3410 York. 6t R H .v4s'uie ^^ '" "SHAPIRO. Ijavid, 78. Of 1240 i:„rli,l A-.-, s, rvloa* in New York don. JAMRMARKT, FVl\1d H 4"tll Si died Jan sn New York. Riven i.l.-'. YESSIN. Pnvld 70, of ::-ll BW 23th St. Riverside. SIMMOWITZ. Charles, 71, of :!.".ii I Venn Ave, Servlcen in Brooklyn Riverside. SINGER, Israel, IKS, ,.r 1433 Collinc Ave. Services in New York, limsberg. POSNICK, Abr.ihnm, 88, ,.f 7331 ColI Services in New York. Collins Sew of 2004 Rivei ..r l.vr. intreal. 9, i.r Rlv '"I" Gor.",11, ,,f R40 Services in MARCUS. Alexander. Si, of 1001 Coli.ns Av-.. ,i,,.,, Jan. ;,„. Bervtoes In •iW. ,lm £ r v >"•. Riverside. f 80S SW 7Hth St.. Riverside. i. Of 4141 Collins in Norfolk. Va. lerl i:..-i..n MELLEN, .\| rK |;, : elld Av. R|v M [ the Government Research Coun-i AvW" C sJfvicea ii, Miami-Dade Chamber of Comi lerce. the Julian Eaton Founda:on. and the Economic Society of PAUL. Nathan, si Ave., dl.d Jan. FURMAN. Morris Ave. Services Newman. GR E NA RD. Dr. Arthur, Rfl, ,.f 4441 Srerrt.te* *"**" '" B>-ookC..! GF ? D ^^;,,. K ''""""•"' %  %  •"> ** HARDY. Albert! SIS Collins Avi Newman. Rer•hv, 77, •f 32S 30, in "f B701 Collins 1 leveland, ex Samuel d N.Y.C. >. f •-•233 Collins uieti Jan. :'v. RivN'I-W ma DILLON, Ave ai < rci.U... FRIEDBERG. Mrs Of 177ii Cllii RIvnrHMe, RE „? HMAN ; Mrs. .1,.,,,.,,,. %  Id '"'''' • ,:l ** %  TAUBER, Oeonre 7'. GREEN. Joseph, 89, of -IKivi-i-i.l... I LAZAR, .\| ls Ulcllle, 57 10th St. b'ervlces In •Si'U in;, II. 1 LUPU, Samuel, >;:. ,,f .,7,,, %  .,,,:„. Dr. S. L. Schwartz, director ofj **J 8cvlces In \.York. Search Associates, Inc., a Miami-, KOTLER Rd >outh Florida. Also elected to the board were •:. N. Belcher, of Belcher Oil Company, and Capt. John Halliburton, • xecutive vice president of Eastrn Airlines. Officer Managers Hear Talk Carolyn Harden Ave., .li.-.i Jan, 2s Id, ni Riverof 3607 SW Rival-side. TH" B\V .Mil of 224{ s\\ -\'i York, New I "T.'.""*-"• W'illi.,,1, ,;., ,,f .-,. ^.... rased firm of industrial psycholo-i -•'%  •'%  Jan. 28. t!ordi. tRNTI;R Herman, 86, wists. was guest speaker at the dinner meeting of the National Office Management Association on Wednesday evening at the Miami Skyways Hotel. Topic of his ad-, my*, ,n..,i%  j u „:v. ,r :: "" nranucui don BURNSTE.N Charlea, of ,,.:,„ HARR'i'"li %  '"! %  IH Riverside. l.in Ave.. (lied Jan. 17. S, rv in .\. York. Riverside •ress was "Psychology in BusiMA SIN, Murray, 60, 17498 MB 4th died Jan. in. s.ivk-.s m llns Av New man. RESNiCK, Joseph, '',7. of '.>" Ave Sei ^ Ices in Ni a V01 man. ALEXANDER, William. 71, SW 21sl Ter ili.-.l Jan. :7. sid. WEINBERG. Samuel W 72. CoUlnr Ave, Services in M Riverside, MARCHER. Mrs. liar barn 1500 Raj Rd., died Jan 19, erside. MICHELSON. Aaron A. -.. of I'I. veland R.I. New man. SILVERSTEIN. Mrt Addle Jacobs SO of 2343 NW 2nd Si died %  '• %  %  • Riverside, WHITE. Sidney T., 01. ,,f 75(1 S3th si died I'M. 8. Itlvei-alde. COOPER. Jacob, •;:. of I".".:. Meridian A\. Services in New V'ork Rlv.rside, RAYBIN. Wolf, 71. of I9III Collins Ave. Services in .\'.. York. ItlversMei RESSLER. Louis, 75, of 2001 Collins Ave, Services in New fork. Hordon. ARDEN. Mrs. Margaret, 80, of 2135 Bay Dr., died FVb. 7 Riverside FESSLER, Henri, 63, .,f 1940 I'ark Av.v, dini Fet.. 6. Riverside SCHWARTZ. Dr. Jacob R., BR, of 7525 Adventure Ave died l', b. •; Services In itockvilli. Center NY Riverside TATAR, Harry Abraham, s:'. of 1522 Euclid Ave. Services in Ohio. Rlv" e rslde, APPLEBAUM. Mrs Elsie, 68 „f "7r, g*. Sl S, A **| S, ,vi,.s in MapleH I, -> J, llw ersid >. BERNSTEIN. Jacob, 75 .,f IV \|62nd St, Riverside. MASS, In Jose, :,7. „f :;;:;n JJVV 7,1. si. KIV.TM.I... CALASH. Altiv.l. BO, of IL,'L SW 13th *'•• '' ''-' > %  %  [ %  % %  Riverside. KAHAN. I.,,„,s. ::,, of 71-, |. : „,.|,,| Aw :'.,;. K,! ..,; i ,,.:" 1 '"' I n Y SC vv W AR TZ A Al1 "' 1 "• %  '"' "6 >\. 188th St., New York Clt' ServOALAM i','." y" lk '' i,v Riverside, sh AS !' Al ";-' 1 60, „f 142] SW 13th si. Itlversldp. JANOFSKY. Jacob, 81. of 2642 Coll'liAv... Gordon. GREENBERGER, 1 „-. Arthur .1. 72, No. 64 C 1387 ,; \Y\TI.I. DKS I USD SS I'lalntlff, ROUKR DKS.IARDINS, I lefendlUlt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl>: ROOBR DKtUARDINS Lampro Strei t Newmarket, Ni Hampshire You, Roger I "esjardli are lierehj notified thai o Kill • %  1 "omplalnl for 1 ilvor e liiIs 1 I li il aftainsl you. an.1 v.,11 are required tserve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on (he Plaintiff's iittornej. Vinslee I: %  '• rdle, S lite 202-204 23I3 SW I.--.', ni:. 1: ...i 1 'oral 1 iabli s, I'li.rnla :'..ii::i an,I file the aria. Hal Answer or Pleading In the office of tinClerk of the Circull Court on or before the I'tli day of Mnrcli, IH6I If fall to .1" s,,. Illdgnielll b) del 1 till \> 1 1 be taken against you for mivlli manded In thi Kill m 1' >i ipin Int. This notici' shall lie putillsheil 1 n.-e each Week fol fom .T;-.. in\. w.ks ; in THI: JKWisn KI.I >KII>IAN IHI.NE AND "RI'KRKII in Ml ; Plnriria 'IKS :: ii da) "i !•'• I A l>. 1961 !•: II I.KATIIRRMAN. Clerk, Circuit 'oui t. 'ail.l'ount>. Flni la In 'N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT 1 ante iili the Clerk % %  < the Cln nit Cunrl %  I lade < 'ountj I IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61686-C RR' R-tnte of JOHN A SAYMAN, IWI 1 seil NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'r.. MI Creditors ami All Persons Having claims or Demands Attains! Said Rstate; You are her*.bv notified and r> quired to or.-s..nt an) clalme ;!"•! de"•an,u whli-h \ "ii may have as ID*I estate of JOHN A RAYMAN, di ceased late of Dnde c nv. Plorida. to the County Juilcee of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate %  nil ,,^ iirovlded in Sectl n 7! 16, I'I..11.1.1 Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in n.1.1. County, Florida, within six .-ni. 11,la > (seal) II I' '• %  ll'KL VND DenutyCli AINS1 1:1: i: PRRDIK li :'. I 2315 SW 1...!. uni Ron i 1 Telephone If. %  months from ih.time ..f thutlon hereof, • r th.sami be Imrred. I -at. ,1 HI M ami, FI01 • la, this da) of 1". In uai v. A I' 1964 < • 1. V11;'• SAYMAN \s i:\,.,Mi.i i\ First publication of Ibis lh, 1411 il • %  -. I in-, Ki 'M Mi'i. \Ri ;i: ;~ Attorneys for Rxecutsix 12 %  I in. nln Road Mann B.111 II, Florida t/U, i ,3t flr-t will llt'i I r-> i. 1904 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATF DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Til A I.l. TO WHOM THRSK PRKS v •f 1318 Jai ks ices % %  si Hollyw 1 Nev, York died r, I, ,; s.-rv \r York, Rlverald*-, LFRM.AN, Alex, 9083 Byron tv 1 ei.. :.. Rivandde. .mf'i^'^, '•.""''•'• = i.-i l.v of Ml7wvi\&u >• COHEN. Jacob, 7J, of !4i 1 anca-i i„ Riverrtd, G L A S TE 'N. .Mis. Clara i:\TS SUM.I. IMMK. liRKRTIN \\ In re is, ANN K V.i'M IH M AMI. PLORIDA \ II w 11 .. -ivil VMI. I'I IRII' \ AR.M il.D .1 STRRN Ml \MI, ILultlD \ did on III. 2i ol Si 1. 1. :,:!.• r, A.D. IS t,, I.. %  Stati of II..1 Ida 1 '1INPIDRNTI VI, I'I S vXi'R CORP., a corporatloi its prini Innl pi ie. ol ImslnesH .,• MIAMI. DADK COCNTY, In thi "i I lorldn, and ulierear such cormir•"""' did "ii the I %  •Hi da) of F'ebru ir\ \," to he filed In I lie the s... retnr) : Stab of the Stale of Florida, il,. documentart authorlt) required under Sec t Ion grs..., Plorida Stal it... showing the dissolution of sui h corporation N.., therefore, the Sei rel in of S ate does hereb) 1 rl f) to lb, f,„... going and that he Is satisfied lhal J.::;;,;;;;;----.,,!,, .,,,,,,.. ,,,,, IN WITNKSS W 111:1:1:, ,|... 1 huVf ,'f'.ix.''. l l''', 1 S ''' %  > """ """ %  '-' %  arrixed the lireal Sea ol the j*,""-. %  ". K >wMa •' TallohaHHce tin< iiinial. this ii„. TKNTII dav PRRRl'ARY, A 11 r.„i 1,> iseal) TOM ADAMS, Secretar) ,.t State : .'I .;i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION 'N TH^ NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,,''. -V' 1 T VVHt>M THRSK PRKS BNTH SHAM, TOME, GREKTIN! IS "hereai BART I. COHEN, Ml.i.v,.,: '.'.'!'. K I I ,A; .MAROERV NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRRItY OIVFTN that lb. imdi-miuned, deslrinff t. ongage '.n ler the fictitious nan IOSR II MOREION A ASS. MI 724 Seyhold Bull la, Intend to regisli-i 1I1 the Clerk ..1" t^l• Clr• :nt Co iri -i'.,.1.. Conntv, j-1 %  .-'' II MORFJI i\ PERCY It v:rii A '"•i 1 1:1 1 IMRBRC 1 ) foi Applicants 2/14. 2,1. : %  >, :: 8 'N TUC riprui-r COURT rvp TMJ ELFVFMTH -lUniCIAL riRRUIT OF FinRiDA IN ANn FOR nr>E COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. ft.ir.iXM \\'-'-T\ M PBRXAXI>BZ, Plaintiff, vs. HECTOR r PEHNANDEZ, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO HEGTOHH PRRNANDRK Poar Win.is and Seven Se:\ ItMtanriint Hotel s.i, inan Ban .limn Puerto rth-n YOC, HECTOR II PtSRNANDRZ s-oar lnds and Seven Sea Rests |J rant. Hotel San Juan, San 111 an, '""'" Rleo are required t.. file v.. ir inswer to thComplaint foi DI' with the clerk of the above Court mi 1 s-ry. ., c in) th. • ,,„„„ oino • ^egrettl .Attorney 10-1| Onaress '•;;;; % %  Miami, Florida, on or before h "' \i."-' '' 1964 ..r else, %  ••;i;'"•• %  < t ill he taken :., ...nf.-ss ,|. %  a ted Feb. nan 5th I %  • 1 Il I.RaTHERM \\ Clerk, "'•• '' tv, Florida %  : 1 P '•'•iin.ANi. Deputy Clark 7-14-21-2x C|rr ,11 ,• Is. ,,|) died l.ak •.ess." Lydia Harrison, of the KisJak Corporation, was program hairman, and. Georga Christophr, of Norton Tire Company, was ::i charge of arrangements. H.j weJde. Glenn Jonei is chapter president, j H ^ H 1 T ; i ,|!" uis Av .Brooklyn. Rlversldr 4NM?'iM 2 ';V r, : ,l;irili "' eralaaf "' '* ,:iv KAPLAN, Mrs. Lena. 75 of sw urii Tar., died Janf' IB. of I00.V Calais Or. M.'fl RlvziPiN, .\ir*. Praooee, :, Ol !.:.3 Cols..,v; l .,: s i ;;'Ti 1 ii;; u .v f .'- rd -1 sid-. %  Hlphta. Riv. state of Horlda the Capital, this %  lay ,f PEBRCARV (sealj -|., M t Heal ,,f n„. %  Tiill.hass, ^. UW TWKI.IIH KAA U lWM Secretary of Bute 2t/4 (Seal) F 1 K n %  '-onfe-senl dwkoj the circuit Conn Miami, Elorldii C. IV rnl'i:i,ANl), f Mptrry Clerk, '•• II, !8. 3,0



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Friday, February 21, 1964 +JmM> fhricfihtrj A Rabbinic View cf Child Adoptt Page 3-C whoever raises a clnld is consid;I II concerned. Adoption per nod the same as it he had given By RABBI SAMUEL j. FOX The Nazu tablets Of Ih li adop'ion considered permissible, according to Jewish tradition %  Adopting children is a very old ehi I ell less couples would iUH birth It. the child. What must be clearly understood is the fact that con J mendable provided the natof|en .lew.sh tradition never allowed: ""!,. ![*" .{ "' chi,d Amarna period, whici corresponds adorn •,„ h.ir r, • ,,he Klon,l,v "' *• n;i, '"--> parnilM "V' 1 '"" k, pl on Permanent to the age of our Patriarchs Abra h! L "" W ""' ' % implicamany descriptions of the [act tha Th TI.,.. I U cnuaren. matter of record so as to keep the tions which can he taken care of ine laimuel has written that; facts straight for the benefit oi to protect the child an new parents thus not only permissible, but PURIM... THE DAY THE QUEEN DRESSES UP GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE It's Purim time—so let's get on with the party. Dress up clothes for the little queens. Groggers for the little Hamen chasers. And for the grownups—cheering Maxwell House Coffee. Plenty of it-Instant or Regular-the best loved coffee in Jewish homes. Maxwell House Coffee Good to the last drop! I | | \ l INSTAM MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEJ iXWELl HOUSE COFFK* K ON THE LABEL MEANS KOSHER Cartrfiad Koahar and Parva by RaaMa Hatach Kohn and Barnard Lay


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Vrtna 1 A.C Page 10-B #W/f> IFfr Friday, February 21, 1964 Resident at the Mantell Plaza Hotel gather to plan their annual drive for the Heart Association of Greater Miami under the leadership of Mrs. Sara Holland and Mrs. Selma Fraeger. Rear row (left to right) are Max Muster, Mrs. Claire Charap and Tony Patterson. Middle row (left to right) are Mesdames Bert Fink, Revah Landau. Grace Samuels. Estelle Pearls'-sin, Hattie Zeitlin. Julia Werber, Sadye Zeive and Claire Liberman. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Praeger, Mrs. Frumkin and Mrs. Daisie Waldman. The special event has anannually netted the Heart Association here the sum of SI,000. Participants have been ci'3d by the organization with its highest presentation, the Distinguished Service Award. Morris Abram Succeeds A. M Sonnabend As President of American Jewish Com. By Special Report the Executive Board of the Committee, becomes its 13th presiNEW YORK—Morris is Abram, dt n| '.-I legal chief of the Peace rps, has succeeded to the presThe new president is a native icv of the American Jewish ot Fitzgerald, Ga., and practiced umittee on the death of A M. law in Atlanta He is now a memnabend, of Boston her ot Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Whar\bram. who was chairman of •"' and Garrison in New York. HOTEl mm {nCate/ting... far every eccoiion Ii your •tiuranct of i en affair to remember,.. weddings. rcptioni, confirmation! and organixof'on %  ftoiri fake orr on added moaning and itatore I compliment to your gueifs — whon arranged) ur itoff of expert!. MAM IT THE NEWLY DECORATED IARCELONA TO MAKE IT IESTI <$ FOR INFORMATION CAlli MAXINE CLARK or Mr OPPENHEIM JE 2-331 ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44th STS. MIAMI BEACH Southeast ZOA Board Meeting Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly of the World Zionist Actions OOd, has announced that the first Committee. meeting of the Board of Governors Loca i ZQA leaders who will be %  I the .Southeast Region of the participating in the sessions are Zionist Organization "• America .vill tale place at the Fontaine3> bleau Hotel on Sunday. The board will convene at 9:15 a.m. tor a business session. At li:J3 a.m.. a special meeting on Membership technique, to be pre tented by Israel Feiden, of St. Augustine, a past president of the region and currently national member-hip co-chairman, will he open :o local Zionist members. Following the membership session, a luncheon has been planner;' at the Fontainebleau for 1 p.m., to which the public is invited. Guest speaker will be Jacques Torciyner, of New York City, chairman of the National Executive Council of the ZOA and a member of the presituum Ken (idler, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. I.onis B. Rudnick, National vice president Max Parneas, Harry c. Caplan, Morris Simon. David Goodwin. Abraham Kasow. Abraham Schafcr, Joseph Alter. Ezra Finegold, Abraham Gninhut, Bernard Kalz. Judge J, David Liebman. Sheldon Lelchuk, Sam Levine. A. Arthur Pekehier. Josh Kephun, Irving Saal. Louis Schwartzman Meyer Siegel and Herman Weintraub. All are of Greater Miami Jacob Harrison and S. j"oe Perry will represent Hollywood. Two national ZOA leaders who are winter residents of Miami Beach. Dr. Morton J. Robbins. of Nashua. N. H., and Mortimer May. of Nashville, Tenn.. will also participate in the program. your next affair with a wonderful choice of MOMfS ABRAM Abram was appointed by the late President Kennedy to serve in two high-government posts. He was named legal chief of the Peace Corps at the time of its formation. He is currently U.S. representative to the UN's Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of Minorities. I In this latter position, he recent j submitted a drafl convention on the problem <>f racial and religious discrimination, and he has been especiall) active in drawing international attention t,> ant. Se itism in (he Soviet Union Abram has served as an attorn ej in crucial cases dealing with major civil rights and civil liber ties issues. He was the attornej in a 1962 case before the Atlanta Federal District Court h i c h struck down Georgia's count} unit election system, and its denial ol voting rights to the people of the stati more populous counties. The case was affirmed on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, thus bringing to an end Abram's li year efforl to outlaw this voting system. More recently, Abram appeared as the attorney in the noted Americus, Ga., case involving five ycung men, white and Negro, who were held without bail and faced a capital punishment penalty on the charge of inciting to insurrection. His injunction challenging the constitutionality of the iiisiirr. lion and unlawful assembly -t,, tutes led to the court's invalidation Of the statutes and stayed am further proceedings under 'them Abram was graduated from the University ol Georgia, summa cum laude, and received a Doctor ol Jurisprudence Degree from the l mversity of Chicago Law School A member of Phi Beta Kappa he was named a Rhodes Scholar and earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at Oxford lim.i sity, England. During World War ||. Abram I served in the Army Air Force "here he rose to the rank ol m:,,' %  "' %  end was awarded the Legion Ot Merit || ( „;,. a member ,„ the American prosecution staff -,l the Nuremburg trials. Miami Beach'! Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A Mi standard of eleganaa on Miami Beach. 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I Friday. February 21. 1964 Jen 1st ftoridliain Page 13-A QQJi ions w s, ervices J his lAJcekend Orthodox, tary. Ralph Krieger, secrekGUDATH I8RAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. 6 p.m. Xaliinlay N:Cfi> a.m. Beri,..ii. "lwael An h Enemy" I-V.IM oi purim .i-tit >. ri in mi Wednef Is [>in with reading of Megilluh, re, ,I[I ci Thursday 7:15 a.m. INSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Schwartz. • ^ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. L'Pson. fcriii.ty vir, p.m. Saturday : a.m. Bar |i'/\ in: Stuaii Ployd, son of Mr. and Harvey Buakln; Max Irvln, ann ,\ir ami Mr-. Kli Friedman. IETH EL, 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox. ] Rabbi Solomon Schiff. ia\ S:4S and 8:80 p.m. Brotherhood l.i, sermon: "A Brother in Spirit" lptcrhood president Mrs. .lark Hhu(•.. II deliver a mesaage 6*turdu> 130 a.m. Zachor Sabbath. Sermon: ••TinI'a-t. a Paaakcy to the Future." Purim Nt-rvlcea WedneadtM U • %  i..ui Thurada} 7 a.m. Meglllah will lie reaJ both 'la>3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rotiman. Piidaj ^ p.m. Saturday :> a.m. Sirmon: "The Symbol ••' i-ia.r> ilrowth." SETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. I i'la\ *>::',n p.m. Katurua> 8:80 a.m. Sermon: 'Happy Anniversary "i Beth .l.i. ob Anniveraar}." • 8ETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Fridaj 8:15 p.m. Sabbath .t Remembrance. Sermon: "Itrotberh I inoi a I-'IMI." Saturday vr. a.m. Sermon: "Oeorfcc Waahlnirton—True Hrolht rhond." Pm iin Mervleea Wednesday 7:::IP p.m. Thursday 1:80 a.m. BETH MOSHt CONGREGATION. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. 1 Friday '•::!" p.m. Saturdav *::t" a.m. I fiiicKi runtnr both days will l Cantor Leibele Schwarta of Argentina. CANDUUGMING TIME 8 Adar — 5:58 p.m. •j' 01" 1:.-tl Monhe. and Justin Leviiov, member ol the group. Slal< I •! will I host HiOnes Shabbnt. Saturday K:45 a.m. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Quest speakers: Carl Epstein, leader, Vuung Judean Uroup sychiatry and Bible Go Hand %  in Hand By RABBI SAMUEL JAFFE Hollywood Beth El In this troublesome world of tars, we all seek pathways to cr peace and serenity. We Taut to attain the happy and liarmonious lite. Many people, I ised and pessimistic, think Hi ii the trouble is with the Uorld; while often the main • ic lies within themselvi liiwtr own, tinsolvwl conflicts, hates. I'u'. are con. ujagi .1 in a en il war "nin ihem.-i Ives". To overcome our emotional nuiukr.ee. we need the insights >t both psychiatrj ami religion It he laboratory and the sanctuary. IFor both these disciplines are Bndispensible in helping us be|eo!iie integrated personalities leading wholesome lives. We have learned a great deal from Freud, the pioneer explorer of the unchartered terrain ot ( the human psyche. Freud clari-, fied for us the effect of the condition of the soul on the body. IJe defined the influence and the j .. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A Reform Congregation % r. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G. Bornstein, Cantor Services friday, 8:15 PJH. SERMON: •WHAT I PREACH AND PRACTICE ABOUT INTERMARRIAGE TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave., M.B. t'ullM'l valivv |R. IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi Hirah Adler. Cantor fiday Evening Service 8:30 P.M. SERMON: THE BEATLES—THE RAGE OP OUR AGE" kturday Morning Service 9 A.M. Sermon 10:30 A.M. W ln\ii. Your Inquiries rnrdlns Family Memborahlpa JE 8-2503 MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE I 3737 Bird Rood, Miami Ph. 446-2181 YAHRIIIT end KADDISH Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. %  at.. Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschttz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschei*%  baum. Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Has Mltxvah: Jane, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur IIlr*i'hhel'R~. Sattinla\ s:1T a.m. liar Mltxvah: Robert, s..n of Mr. and Mm. Irving Burrow*; Wayne, Ron ol Mr. and Mrs. I^eo Garflnkel, "i p.m. Bar MUivah: l> nuis. son of Mr. and; .MiHerbert Maliz. • B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. Friday 8:15 p.m. Hermon: "Today'n leathers." Has Mltsvah: Karen, dau* I Khti-iof Mr. and Mrs. Murray Raben. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Purim sirvir. s Wednesdaj T p.m. Thuradaj i!:S I V..^ Illlilll l — a • TH ISRAEL. '415 Ei.rlid ave. Ribbi D.ivia Lehrfield. Canior Abraham Si — MINVO'JAIRF.S CONGREGATION. 3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHFV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Frlila) 30 and v i r. p.m. Sermon: "Brotherhood." Salurda> '.• a.m. Bar Mltxvah: llary, son of Mr. an-l Mis. Abraham Mi ckli t • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah1 mias. Wednesday rvenlna: Purim ntrvlce win, reading of Meaillah. TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 102S NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Purim*—A Minor Holiday, Why?" Haturdaj 8:46 a in. Sermon: "Musi Men Hato?" TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "If Lincoln ami Washington wanAIIVH Todaj Wednesdas %  %  %  ""'. l*urlm aervlci ami reading of MeglUah. Saturday 11:13 a.in. liar Miizi.ih: Mark, s. n : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leltson Wednesday T:IH I>. HI. Purim service and reading of Meglllah. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:13 p.in. Pulpit guesl: l:r\ I'arstcn l.uddi i % %  • Hi'' illLutheran Church. Subject: \ %  • %  Wi M.iKi11 L: \ n) Hi nilwi I Ii "'Ii' i hood?" Saturda> 10:30 a.m. i-.MHxvah: (lull, daughter "I Mr. und Mis ,la\ Mellow TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monrce St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Maiavskv. Canto' Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. Pi Idnj vi". p.m. s. i mon "Sul'-M. ami 'i Ide." Saturday 1" 13 a.in Bar Mltxvah: Richard, in "i Mr. an i Mi-. Samuel Dreckalor. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38/ NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi 6. M. Machtei. I riilay v:i" p.m. Sermon: "The Faci nn ill' in. r*. nf stamp and wi tin i in, Dollar Bill." Saturday 9:8H a.m Bar Mltivah: Martin, son of Mr ind Mrs. Jack Fried. TEMPLE EM^NU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Frlda 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. BHI Mltxvah: Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel P. Newman. Has Mltxvah: Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ui I'.psl-lll. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Whnl I Preach and Practice aboul Intermai'nage." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordccal Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday 8:15 p.m. Brotherhood Week sermon: "Tolerance and Truth." Wednesday 7:15 p.m. Religious School students ill participate in Purim services and reading of (in 1 Meglllah. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Purim sermon: "Hainan was Inhuman." Saturday !• a.m. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. I • tli i Wi • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. i->,P -p IBtfl sve. Reform. Pah hi Oiniel M. Lowy Cantor Ch-t Gale. %  • %  -TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi II Gross. V ly I • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dtckson. n) s:l3 p m. Si : mon: "Tl %  i Menu." Sutur-laj 8:15 a.m. Sermo To Remembi r Baa Mltx\ -• 11 Thomas, I Mi. and Mrs Alfred Tlboi TEMPLE ZICMM. a/20 SW 17th It, Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. I ridav 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a in. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Friday v ; : (t p.m. Sermon: "Jewish Ai-Mt v. in, nis Throughout History-" Oneg Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "TinPortion of tin Week." Wednesday 7 p.m. Reading of thi Meglllah. YOUNG ISRAcc. VO NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Shsrwin Stauber. Friday '•:-:" p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of iinWeek." 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Friday. February 21, 1964 • Jenisli tier Mian Page S-C Temple Ner Tamid congregants mr>et to discuss '.he Temple's kickoff Mar. 8 banquet at ihe Fontaineblecu Hotel. 'The sixth anniversary banguet will honor Louis Cchen, executive vice president, and Mrs. Fannie Sklar as Man and Woman of the Year. Shown are (patrons) Mr. and M-s. Louis Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, Col. and Mrs. Wm. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmeh'.er, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Munay A. Shaw, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Somer, Mrs. Sadie Trosky. Sponsors are Herman Applebaum, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Baker, Mrs. Anna Corrsin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Eig, Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frank, Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mr. and Mrs. David Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glczier, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs. Som Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kleinman, Mrs. Pauline Korenvaes, Mr. and Mrs. David Krause, Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lerer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Menschel, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Miretzky, Harry Rapaport, Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin, Mr. and Mrs. Era Rosenfeld, Mrs. Louis Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel, Dr. Melvin Simonson, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine C. Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Taubman, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Zalis. Florida JWV Forms Anti-Nazi Group To Urge Genocide Confab Ratification Dr. Isaac LTnl an addresses a meeting of the Judaic Study Circle, a group dedicated to higher Jewish learning and to the en'/ouran< nt of scholarship in the communi'.y. Left is Lou hwart; in crcrpiing a copy of the new publication, iboth," just published and edited by Dr. Isaac Unterm r -.. .\ is executive director of the Bureau of lev:.-" 1 lucati New St ore Will Open Sunday Norton Tire Company's newest -lore al 91 )i So Dixie Hwy., will THE J:WI5H HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS fOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Yovr Furnifi"C, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, tic. PLEASE Cfltl US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays open on Sunday, according to President Norton Pallet. We're outgrown our physical space at the older facility in South Miami." I'allot said. "The new location has over 8.000 sq. ft. of service and sales area, and was designed by Architect William B. Thompson of Akron, Ohio, a nationally-known expert in technical lire-service centers." In operation here since 1924. Norton Tire is currently eelebratillfl 'ts 40th anniversary of sale> end service. Twelve branch -tores cover South Florida from Kej West to Ft Lauderdale. Department of Florida Jewish War Veterans of the US A. is leading a campaign launched here this week to ur^e the United States to ratify the Geneva Genocide Con vent ion. JWV has announced the forma tion of an Anti-Nazi Committee, with A. J. Marcus appointed Florida chairman. "Th horror of the holocaust in which six million human beings lost their lives in the death camps of Europe is still a vivid memory," declared Emanuel Mandel, Florida Department JWV commander, on Wednesday. I "Yet all too soon there is a re birth of the forces of evil which launched both the second world war and the holocaust." Mandel and Marcus pointed to "Australia and South Africa. Long Island and New Jersey, "here cemeteries are desecrate I. places ol worship detiled or bombed and where, in Argentina, a young girl was kidnaped and her body mark ed with swastikas." Declared the JWV officials: "In the United States, the American Nazi Party openly incites to genocide, openly calls lor the establishment of gas chambers, openly urges the extermination of 80 per cent of the Jews of America and the emasculation of the U. S. Con stitution. "Here, too, the American Naii Party openly demands the deportation of 18 million Negroes to Africa." To combat the trend, the Florida JWV Anti-Nazi Committee on Wednesday called for the convening of Christian and Jewish leadt is. white and colored, who would join and support the committee "for ratification of the Geneva Genocide Convention." The conference will take place Sunday. Mar 15. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium, 1235 Washington Ave., at 7 p.m. In charge of reservations is Marcus at 1002 3rd St., Miami Beach. 'Canada Day' In Surfside A lag*rolling comet in the i .> ol the Community Center, an hou ionparade, headed by represi tativcs ol the famed Canadian "Mounties" and special displays i all restaurants and business estah lishments will feature "Canad Day" in Surfside. Saturday, Fel 2J. A highlight of the day w, be the presentation by ihe Roy; Canadian Ballet Company th. ; evening. Prime Minister Lesti r Pearsi has been invited by Mi yor SH nej King to visit Surfside that daj. an I although the Canadia i is current!} on a visit I indications are that I %  will he unable to attend hut wi he represented by the Cam Consul in New Orleans, who vi present a Canadian flag to May< K al noon in front ol the I • munity Center, following the p • rade. Mayor King, Town Managi Fred Bowen and Community Cei %  ter Manager Francis Holzheimt are acting as a special committt in coordinating the program whic i will start with the parade at II a.m.. followed by the flag presentation. The alternoon proceedings wi I i:c held around Ihe pool at th Community Center. Tentatn plans call lor a "Miss Surl beauty contest, with the winn crowned Mis> Canada, who ha been invited to attend, followed b swimming exhibitions, a lo •iif: contest, and winding up wit' ihe Ballet presentation in tl evening. Fershkos Back To Perform Sarah l-'i rsliko. soprano, and llayim Fershko, pianist-composer have returned to Miami Beach after a successful season at Grossingers, N. Y. and television appearances with Ed Sullivan. The Fershkos, who specialize in folk songs and ballads of Asia, Europe and the Americas, will again present their international songs at concerts in this area. Joseph W&ldman welcomed the Fershkos at the airport on their arrival last Friday. Prize Film To be Shown By T Club Tin' award-w lining i 'n rich J •'The Crucible." Hill be thi feature showing of the N Count} YMHA Cinema Club film will be shown m the ai itioned Washington Feders ditorium, 699 NE 167th St Sunday, Feb. 23, at 8 p.m. "The Crucible." which Yves Montand. Simone Signon Mylene Demongeol and Raj Rouleau, is based on Arthur VI ler s i xplosive drama ol im, Mass., witch trials, ai la ed for the screen b} Joan-Pal Sartre. This will be the si i in a series of award winning liln presented bv the Adult Cinema Club. Emanuel Tropp, associate tor of the Greater Miami YM YWHA. will act as discussu leader following the film, n announced by Mrs. Elaine Yon. over, club chairman. INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITF S'EDIESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Dallvi %  1 Anywhere U S.A. Half MAIl ORDERS PROMPTLY FIllED BONDED-INSURED -GUARANTEED ^ 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 -FR 4-8783 nun ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. 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Page 12-C vJewisHhrknan Friday. Febru ary 21., 196 4 Installed for his second term of office as president of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA Branch is Abraham Berrin (right 1 as he receives the gavel of office from installing officer Efraim H. Gale, executive director. Greater Miami '"'." Golden Agers Install Officers Newly-elected officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA took office at the recent installation ceremony conducted by Efraim II. Gale, execulive director of the YM-YWHA I: Greater Miami. tteelected as president for a • ciid term is Abraham Berrin. Also serving as officers for the ig year arc Sam Deel, first presi ;'iit; Boris Cutler, seeIsraeli Issue Is Underwritten LONDQN ^-.(JTA) TTT T!>e first public issue for Israel underwritten by a major British financial house and involving a flow of investment funds totalling I £18,800.000 (S6.267.0001 was announced this week by Sir Isaac Wolfson, British industrialist and benefactor of Israel. Calling the financing a "breakthrough," Sir Isaac told a press conference that the flotation is for an issue of the Wollson-CloreMayer corporation of Israel winch wili be underwritten by Philip Hilland Partners, a major firm ot the City of London financial center. The flotation includes loans totaling $5,000,000 at 6' 2 percent interest redeemable from 1969 to 1988. In addition another I £3,800,000 in equity stock will be taken up by the corporation to release a previous loan to the Tel Aviv Municipality so that the fends can be used for other purposes. Sir Isaac said that while longterms loans to Israel have been made before in Britain, this is the lust time that a public issue has been underwritten by a major London financial house which can be fairly said to reflect the mood ol the financial district. Sir Isaac explained that out ol the total transaction. 1 £6.000.000 (S2.O00.000 1 will be placed at the disposal of a Jerusalem bank which is providing low interest mortgages for working people. The rest will be invested in indusA total of S503.000 in Israel Bonds was sold last Sc"_:day night at a Trustees of Israel dinner sponsored by Sophie Tucker, venerable star of show business. Miss Tucker who has been a Trustee since the Israel Bond drive began ir. 1951. announced her own purchase of SI0,000 in Bonds at the dinner, held in connection with the 1964 in'ernational incirural conference for Israel Bonds. Shown with Miss Tucker are comedian Jimmy Durante (right), who was a special ruest, and Morris Berinstein, of Albany, N.Y., prominent r.c":onal communal leader and a member of the Israel Bond Bc;:d of Governors, who presided. vice president; Mrs. David tries, mainly electronics, and only raun, corresponding secretary; 1 *; Ifriend, treasurer; Mrs. Oxman, recording secretary; laurii Abrams, social -ecreSAM BOSS Sam Ross By River. Sam Ross, of Miami Beach, has been named to the 1 .tall of Riverside \i< mo il 1 • Is, was announced bj Leonard Zilbert t'ntil he came to this ari rive years ago, Ross o\\ ne I of the first discount stores in :: kl; N.Y.. developing it fr< n organization ; %  • an operation that took in a city block. He is a former musician, and at one time worked for Co umbia and Victor Recording < \ Ross, who lives v ith I 1 i|c. Anne, at 1809 Meridian Ave., has two sons. Gerald and Herbert, both physicians. He will In' based at the Rivers e lemorial headquarters on Miami Beach. Ross was appointed Knight of the Year in 196:; "f the George Gershwin Lodge, Knights ol Pythias. part of it in property developments. The British industrialist also pointed out that such transactions are done with the consent of the Serving is committee chairmen British Treasury, ami they reflect : n amin Kawaller, constituthe confidence of the Treasury in Alexander Yasen and Israel. He added that in terms program co-chaircl normal finance, both he and Mr. Yasen and Mrs. Cloic. a Jewish financier, might sunshine co-chairhave found more profitable outSam Doi'l, memberl< Is lor the money but that, in Elsa Langfur, Mrs (his sale, that was not their only 11 and Mrs. Sarah consideration. He added that both losses; Mrs. Jacob men were well aware that they >..l affairs; ami were on the Arab boycott list but, Lena Kclter, prizes, he said, "we are quite happy and b meets each Sunday, not in the least worried about ben at the Miami "V" 0 -v. L6th Ave>, au ing on that li>t." Fund-Raising Program Winner Modest indi\ i lual goals or sub Btantial group quotas are equally easy to achieve, using a [und-rais ing program veloj I by Caruth's, Inc. nnd successfully tested over the years by leading syna-. clubs, community groups and organizations throughout the country. Amountranging from $50 to Sl.O'io and moilcan be raised on the profits earned by selling top name-brand candies, chocolates and, at this time ol year, such popular iti ms Mani schewitz over Cookies : nd Macaroons, with additional b n and Incentive aw .11IH hen sales re i< h a predetermined total, Caruth's, Inc. furnishes full information on itplan at 32-75 Stein way SI Long Inland City, N, V. LOUIS SE.'TIIN Golda Surprised Bonn Won't Stop Scientists in UAR JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Foreign Minister Golda Mcir expressed regret and astonishment this week at the failure of the West German Government to submit to the Bundestag, the Lower House of Parliament, a bill aimed at barring German scientists from working in arms development in other countries. The Bonn Government had been under pressure to introduce such a bill since the activities of German scientists working on Egyptian unconventional arms projects came to light last year. Replying in the Knesset to a question by Herut Deputy Chaim Landau, Mrs. Meir said the Israeli Government has done everything necessary under the circumstances but she expressed regret and astonishment that the Bonn Government has not yet succeeded in passing legislation prohibiting West German citizens from working in arms development in countries aimed at attacking other countries. The Sophie Tucker Gives Function is Prelude A total in excess of S500.000 in Israel Bonds was sold Saturday night at a dinner given by Miss Sophie Tucker to honor members of the Trustees of Israel The dinner, held at the Deauville Hotel, was attended by more than 150 Trustees from the 28 states who are in Miami to help launch a new live-year 1400,000,000 Israel Bond issue, Trustees ;.re men and women who purchase a minimum ol Sin. C00 in Israel Bonds each year. Miss Tucker, one of the all time greatol show business, has been a Trustee since the founding of the Israel Bond drive in 1951. Comedian Jimmy Durante was a .special guest at a cocktail reception which preceded the dinner MisTucker received two special awards for her many yearof devoted service "to the cause of Israel's economic upbuilding." an Is raeli Bible with a silver cover from the assembled guests, and a specially inscribed plaque from the national officers of the Israel Bond drive. Dinner for Trustees; to Bond Inaugural Morris Berinstein. ot Ubany, N. Y.. nationally prominent communal leader and a member of the Board ot Governors 1 (he Israel Bond Organization, 11 %  le i presentations, The Trustee dinner sign "d the -tart of a -eneof everin the Miami area which will : ) 1attention on the forthcoming t963 international inaugural conference lor Israel Bonds, to Be h-flty her Feb. 21 to r:, Thi h will officially launch the :. Third Development Issue ol Isr„ Bond*, which will be offered ffi the. public Mar. 1. Baron Kdmuu -..Rothschild, of France, will be lite guesl f 5 er.icJia| i '-r l >ol 7 rt % %  • miwnt 0-UioEeS. ..-,.%. 0 s-pei%  r^j^ • •: p-odu^tion ot Wm many Ipjdjig food H Mm & &rocery products V~ANS KOSHER Westbrooke Unit £Sects Seitlin Louis Seitlin has been elected lent of the Westbrooke Country CKib Swim Association for 1964 The Knesset accepted Mrs The Swim Association, composed Meil proposal not to debate the


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Friday, February 21. 1964 *Jm*Mi fk>rf(ftrjif7 Paqe 3-B 'Purim JMcans Special ^Joods for %„r Idle By LDRED G. BELLIN On I ; r.m feasting and parties are MM rder of the day. But (eastini ": one*R~ in tiny pieces. Add the egg yolk and mix to a dough Press evenly into a lightly greased 9x13x2 inch baking pan. Spread with the jam. Beat the egg whites until frothy and gradually beat in the remaining cup of sugar until the mixture is as; stiff as a meringue. Fold in the almond(your blender will grind them fine in seconds). Have the chocolate melted and slightly cooled. Fold into the meringue lightly but thoroughly. Spread the meringue evenly over the jam. Bake at 350 degs. F. for 30 minutes. The topping will be very, soft under a crisp crust when it is removed from the oven. Cool, 2 tablespoons butter or mar-i garine Cook and stir all ingredients, over low heat lor 13 minutes. Cool before using. Prune Filling 1'= cups cooked, pitted prunes %  2 cup water 's cup sugar lVu squares (ounces) bitter chocolate l 4 cup coarsely chopped walnuts 1 tablespoon rum move from the heat, add the chocolate, and stir to dissolve. Add remaining ingredients and cool. Yeast Dough 1-2 cup milk, scalded 1 cake yeast 2 tablespoons sugar 4 cups sifted all-purpose flour V cup teaspoon salt 1 cup firm butter or margarine 3 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1 egg white, slightly beaten to a firm dough, and knead one minute. Place in a bowl, cover, and let rise at H:> degs. F. one hour. Divide the dough in half. Roll out one half on a lightly floured board into a rectangle about 16x9 inches. Spread prune filling evenly the entire length of the dough, but leave a border of 2 inches on each side. Roll up from a wide side, and place on a lightly greased cookie tin with the cut side underneath. Repeat with remaining dough and mohn filling. Let rise, covered, at 85 degs. for one hour. Brush with some of the egg white and bake at 350 degs. F. about 30 minutes, until a rich, deep brown. Loosen Cool the milk to lukewarm, and in it dissolve the yeast and sugar, carefully, but cool on the rack, took the prunes with no added; Add he egg k sift the fi ourCllt thc mo hn strudel into pieces sugar, drain throughly, and cut; u .* ,. !, „„. tUo into small pieces before measurand salt int0 a bowl Cut in ,he about M ,nclic Wlde a d h pieces neiore measur ing. Cook the sugar and water shortening until it is in tiny parprune strudel over medium heat 15 minutes. Retides. Add the milk mixture, mix 3-4 inch wide. into pieces about v m such pastriesas. the strudels de-jthen refrigerate until the topping scrihed 1ndav and in Mamnntashi r;-... <•,. .ntc, -n H-irc scribed loday and in Hamantashen, the seeds should be very, very finely ground, almost like a paste. In ear!.-: times this was done by poutHlir-i. Tith a mortar and pestle, but nojiv we put the seeds through the fines blade of our food grinder or. u-ijirl them in our blenders For adi .-.to doughs and noodles. or s-'p-'.:ng on the surface ot breatfa r .d cookies, the seeds ma> b( SOd just athey conic Iroui'T-ad Fov ;• i Purim we are suj ing a • • ui ot delicacies for a sweel table with which to welcome gut >ts ;it an Informal home :. .>. [".eluded are the Music Month To be Marked A lur be >n meet ing of the Louise Wise • pter, American Jewish ( ongn islated for Thursday. Feb 30 I u at the Monte Carlo I otel. Progi vice president, Mrs.' Joseph White, will introduce the chaptei Octet, which will offer a progra: ol English, Yiddish and Hebrew i lections in honor of Jewish Music Month, Members of the Octet, under the direction of Binah Barnett, are Mesda %  Shirley Greene, Devorah Kr: in. Geraldine Konken, Gertrude Mogul, Nata rial, Gus Goldman, Anna K. White and Mltsi Schwartz. becomes firm. Cut into 30 bars. The top of the meringue will crack a s the bars are cut. Store in a very cool place, or freeze until jusl before serving. Mohn and Prune Strudels With Yeast Prepare the filling first, Mohn Filling lb. ver> fine ground poppy l cup hot milk 14 teaspoon grated lemon rind. 1-4 cup seedless i aisins 1 it'> teaspoon ground cinnamon i up hone> Tiiereth Israel Purim Party Temple Tifereth Israel will hold a Purim breakfast on Sunday in the auditorium. Students <>f the Hebrew and Sunday Schools will perform, and there will be a community song test Men ol the congregation will be hosts Morton Towers Purim Party Morton Towers Croup of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will hold a pre-Purim party in Ihe restaurant at Morton Towers on Monday at 8:30 p.m. The traditional Purim cake. Hamantaschen, will be served to members, Mrs. Samuel s. Goldberg is president, Delight your family with Kasha Soupjonfght; mm HASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modem meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to; Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York MAN, THAT* A DIStll ...fresh bagels and lots and lots of cream cheese! ...4 Delicious Dreams Come True WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN KRAFT Make sura you set tho packet* marked Philadelphia Brand. Guaranteed fresh when you buy it or your ^.. o~..o %  -• %  r* !" .*"" t "'" ~"*r c .'*. c .???J money back.TrwJta Kraft* prom.M to you. TASTIEST... because Philadelphia Brand cream cheese is made with that "particular appeal" to the yiddishen ta'am ... FRESHEST because it's th fastest-selling cream cheese in town. Certified Kosher.



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111 Fridcy. February 21. 1964 Jewlsti fkridiSmr Page 13-B 1000 Persons Expected at Convention; Gov. Romney to Get Honorary Degree More than 1.000 persons will atwill J* delivered bv Dr Robert tend, OKRfgftial .convocation at (lord is Seminary Proles MMof which the Jewish Theological SemBible. Dr ."T.onTiT *< illspeak*on inarj 04 America will confer the "Isaiah: Prophet. Thinker World honorary degree of Doctor of Laws Statesman." The Samuel Friedland ipon Gov. George Romney. of Lecture Series was inaugurated by liebigan, at Temple Bmanu-EI on the Seminary in 1960 as a mean's londay. of associating Friendland's name SHOPPING AROUND WITH -J^$dh£uU* For Purim gift-giving, nothing will give more pleasure to the recipient than a bottle of Seagram's V.O. Your giving it marks yOU as the ll good company with SeSjjjram'i known by "WB coinas someono^ho appreciates liner thinufti lift. You're in I com pan pany it Keeps. Philadelphia Cream Cheese Yuban Coffee i ulated sugar, a "mU8t" for your The name of Kratt stands for Purim is a merry holiday and hot coffee and tea. Confectioners _. (1()( | f OIK | un ,| good food ideas, a good time to offer your family 10X Powdered makes good baking ~„,| one product that has na Following the convocation. Gov "" "" furtherance of Jewish ;in(1 ^ggj, an extra measure of cvcn bettor Take v(nir cnolce [roub |,. ivjn „ np „, hls prcm i se lomney will be guest speaker at ,no,, nl J "d ethics pleasure by serving them Yuban of Domino Light Brown or Dark j s Philadelphia Brand Cream le Seminary's fifth annual conLong a member of the SemiCoffee, the premium coffee of Brown Sugar, but don't try to Cheese. This taste treat is deocation dinner, at which Emil pan's Board of Overseers, and one General Foods. make candied sweet potatoes with|i c jous on its own and also lends lorton. of Miami Beach, and six oi the initiators and sponsors of As you might expect, Yuban out one or the other. itself to a variety ol serving ither communal leaders will re the Seminary's ethics program, costs a little more than regular Finally, for your Purim holiday yeas. reive the institution's National Friedland is a leading figure in the coffee, but the difference in taste table, take your pick of Crystal This Purim make the whole day (immunity Service Award. More Miami Beach community and is i s more than worth the difference Domino Tablets or the Hostess ban 500 guests will attend the dinchairman of the board of Temple in OOSt. The taste tells you that Tablets that add a party look to %  r at the DiLido Hotel. Gov. Romney will receive the honorary degree in recognition of his "valiant and impressive effort to put into action the beliefs concerning the proper political tasks of civilized men which are the foundation of American democracy." The citat pn, which will accompany the egree, states that Gov. Romney's career "has exemplified in the world of business and politics how a man of religion may bear witness to the truths of religion in the workaday world." F.manu-F.l here is a coffee made from the all hot beverages. When its pick of the coffee beans, aged Domino Sugar, you're sure it's carefully, deep-roasted, and blendpure. ed artfull} to give you a flavor that can't be matched. Seagram's V.O. Your company will ask for secLife i^ filled with many fine ond and third cups when you serve Hours, both in the course of an Yuban coffee, so be sure to make average day. and on special ocenough for all those coffee-lovers casions such as weddings. Bar in Ihe croud Mitzvahs, births, and the many Yuban i> available in regular joyous holidays such as Purim. and instant Try both, and you'll These "fines! hours'' call for somenow being accepted by the comQuicklj realize thai you can*t make thing special to offer your friends mittee al TIL' Sevboid Building, or serve %  better cup ol coffee, and family, and Seagram's V.O. Outstanding Citizen Awards Accepting Nominations Here Nomination.for Dade County Outstanding Citizens Awards are a festive one by catering to th holiday appetites of your family. What better way to start the holiday than with a hearty combination like cream cheese and IOK on a fresh bagel? For lunch, let the kids and dad make their own favorite sand wich, starting with Philadelphia (ream Cheese of course. It" i great with jelly or olives or to mato slices or any one of a dozen n ays, Simon Greenber II I ili> Seminars ree upon Gov. Romney, am 1*1 \ia\ Aivt. al**) vice chancellor ... Seminary, will be presiding officer al the convocation cere monies. Rabbi Morris .viler, spir oral leader ol Congregation Adath i-raii in CuuMinati,will present l.ov, Romney tor the degree, and pensoring him will Be Mortimer ilflrcus and Joseph S. Wohl, both New York City." Dr. irvbw Lehrman. spiritual Miami The annual auspices ol For dinner. Mother can use cream cheese in a variety oi canapes, or, for a special occasion award is under the Sholem Lodge oi vue chan ])n:n R/rith, with Joseph \1 LipII conter ,,,„ president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, the : .ill "ll ol the aw aril. Mich as Purim. she can make u Award will be made to a man or woman who has performec 1 the most outstanding single function for the good and welfare of all of Dade County during 1963. Permanent judges are Fred K Shochet, publisher. The Jewish Floridian; George Beebe. manag holiday time or any time is the peciecl answer. Seagram's V.O., C a n a d i a n Domino Sugar Tops whisk) .it its verj finest, has just rich creamy cheese cake Foi Domino Sugar needs no introthe right combination ol flavor these and other recipes, look on duction to Jewish housewives beand aroma with a color and clarihe back ol the Philadelphia cause n has been a tradition in it) thai imosl pleasing lo the Cream Cheese package Natural Jewish homefor generations eye. ll ithese qualities that ly. you should look on the With Purim approaching, it have made'Seagram's V.O cherol the package first, and make would be a good idea to take a i-hed b) weport.all over the sure you see the red circle That quick check ol all the Domino world tells you it's from Krafl products to make sure your home ~ is well-stocked with these line item.that are invaluable to your kitchen and on your table Heading the list is Domino granader of Temple Bmanu-EI, will ling editor, Miami Herald; and elfer the opening prayer, and RabKalph Benick. vice president, hi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual WTY.l k-ader of Temple Menorah, will, otter the benediction, Purim Play Due at Zamora Continental -101 Kosher Caterers • VyCDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant flua'ify Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 Fourth grade studentol Temple Recipients can not be elected ofZamora Religious School will prelicials or appointed officials who sent "A Sick Purim" on Wednes*£\ highlight of .the convocation' receive pa> for work done. Chairday evening at 7 p.m., prior to program will be the fifth annual man of the committee is Miami At-j the reading of the Megillah by Samuel Friedland Lecture, which! torney Sanford M. Swerdlin. Cantor Rudolph Brill. Cast of the Purim play, directed %  mm i M tt t TTTTTTTTtT t t t T t t wTTt. by Mrs. Rose Gursky and Mrs < Audrey Lederman. 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Tommy Tibor. i Paul Klein. Jon Pont. Ben Lewis J Schachter. Sue Lederman. Ro< chelle Shapiro. Marlyn and Caro* lyn Kinkel.-tein. Lisa Bon. Lori < Cohen and Adrianne Siegel. < All children present will receive noise-makers as a gift from the < Temple Sisterhood. { Annual Purim Masquerade con* test, with prizes tor outstanding 4 costumes, iplanned by the relig' IOUS School for Sunday. Mar. 1. at — 10:30 a m according to Lester Shapiro, board chairman Temple Brotherhood members "ill serve as contest judges, Kennel Stars Will Battle it Out A youngster on his way up in the greyhound racing world and an old timer nearing the end of an outstanding career, have emerged as the leading early-season stars at the Miami Beach Kennel Club, and may well battle it out tor the winnerpurse in the O P. Smith Memorial finals coming up next Monday night. Venerated, the youngster still in his first year of racing, has thus lar cracked the 0 P, Smith Course record at the seaside oval, scored two win-, and run second once in four starts. Cotton Boy likewise has two wins, the 63rd and 64th of his career. But he has yet to finish ahead of \ enerated Oriqinal HOFFMANS CAFETERIA • SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING fOR Alt OCCASIONS BAR MITZVAHS OUR SPlCIALTr 940-1st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE UN 6-6043 "The Nonpareil ol Kosher Restaurants" KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. 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