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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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 Florldian
Volume 3' Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
________Miami, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
Moscow Jews Tied Up
By Latest Russian Rule
On Baking of Matzoh
HOPES WERE HIGH
LONDON'JTA)-Jews in Mos-
i 'H wore resentful and frustrated
tlii week because their one mat
/uh bakery, opened only last week,
had been shut down by order ot
the authorities last Friday, it was
n-ported in dispatches from the
Soviel capital received here.
irding the dispatches, the
bakery, which functioned for two
days, has produced only 4-lti
pounds of matzohof a total of
G60.000 pounds needed to
- ipply an estimated 30,000 believ-
ing Jews in Moscow when the
-cow fire department closed
i ikery a- a 'fire hazard."
Last week, when the bakery
started producing matzoh, Na-
hum Paler, chairman of the
Moscow Jewish community, had
been quoted as saying "we plan
to bake about 10 kilograms (22
pounds) of matzoh for every be-
lieving Jewish family in Mos-
cow."
L'nder the rules as previously
announced by Rabbi Yehuda Leib
Levine, spiritual leader of Mos-
cow's Central Synagogue, Jews
who delivered the necessary flour
PAGE I1C
to the house of worship could come
back later and get the equivalent
in matzoh. On Monday, however,
when Jews came to ask for their
matzoh. the) were informed of the
U.S. Denounces
Soviet Bigotry
At UN Debate
Continued on Page S-A

MM. MAMMA TMI
ethnic genocide
IN MEETING WITH B'NAI 8'RiTH
Pope Expresses High Hcpe
Far Catholic Jewish Ties
ROMEiJTA)-Pope Paul VI
Monday expressed deep respect of
the Jewish religion and said that
hi is pleased with the growing cor-
dial relationship and constructive
tional president. The delegation
included Maurice Bisgyer. execu-
tive vice president of B'nai B'rith,
and Saul Joftes. secretary-general
will continue and advance, both in
spiritual and temporal matters,"
he stated.
The Pontiff made his statement
to a delegation of the B'nai B'rith
headed by Label Katz, its interna-
JEWISH SURVIVAL AT STAKE
Synagogue Council Suggesting
Conference on Intermarriage
N'EW YORK( JTAlThe Syna-
Council of America has de-
nied to take measures against
cooperation between Catholics and!01 ,he Bnai Br'tn International
Jews. "I hope that these relations Council.
During the audience, which
lasted 20 minutes, Mr. Katz in-
formed Pope Paul that Catholic-
Jewish relationships had been
strengthened during the tenure
of his predecessor. Pope John
XXIII. He voiced the hope that
such cooperation "continue to
prosper." He emphasized that
the Jewish community is taking
"profound interest" in the Ecu-
menical Council's proposed
schema dealing with anti-Semi-
tism, religious freedom and
Catholic-Jewish relations.
Noting that the Council's draft
chapter on religious freedom and
Continued on Page 14-A
".(
spreading of intermarriage
that jeopardize the survival ot
American Jewry.
The first step in this direction
uas t call for a national confer
ence of all Jewish religious lead-
- Trial Hears
More Grim
Testimony
FRANKFURT (JXA The
used to house thousands of
I soners at the Birkenau section
ot the Auschwitz murder camp
were described this week by a
net SS general as inadequate
lor cows,
testimony was given at the
trial of 22 former Auschwitz camp
inel by Dr. Joachim Caesar.
who headed the agricultural and
rch branch of the SS. He
told the jury that the barracks
l^e buildings used for cattle at
Auschwitz were of the same type
'nose into which as many as
1.200 prisoners were kept at Bir-
Continued on Pa$e 16-A
riage. The call was issued by Rab-
bi Uri Miller, president of the'
Synagogue Council.
Rabbi Miller said that such a
conference, sponsored by the re-
ligious establishment of Ameri-
can Jewry, would spotlight the
problem and project all its as-
pects "so we will be able to con-
front it intelligently." He said
that the conference would take
place in New York "sometime
later in the year." The Syna-
gogue Council of America is the
national coordinating body of
the three major branches of the
Jewish religious community.
Conservative, Orthodox, and Re-
form.
The announcement said that last
week Rabbi L'ri Miller met with
President Zalman Shazar of Israel.
In a lengthy conference Mr. Sha-
zar urged the president of the
Synagogue Council to call the con-]
ference on intermarriage as soon
bs possible.
The President of Israel said that
lie would send a special emissary
who would represent Israel at the
conclave should the conference be
held under auspices of the Syna-
gogue Council of America.
The question of intermarriage
has been on the agenda of Ameri-
can Jewish religious leaders for
a good many years," Rabbi Miller
said. "It's high time to unite all
forces so we will be able to over-
come this threat to Jewish sur-
vival."
UNITED NATIONS (JTA
One oi the sharpest attacks against
Soviet anti-Jewish practices in any
U.nited Nations organ by a major
power was voiced this week by
the United States delegate in the
Commission on Human Rights.
Mrs. Marietta Tree, chairman
of tiie United States delegation
included even a reference to "cul-
tural or even ethnic genocide." ir
her criticism of Soviet discrimi
nations against Russian Jews. She
spoke after nearly a month of fili
blistering by the commission's
three Communist membersRus
sia. Poland and the Ukraineto
keep her from speaking on the is
sue.
Michael S. Comay, Israel's
representative to the UN, also
spoke on the issue, after wait-
ing three days to make a state-
ment. He asserted that Soviet
Jews were the victims of va-
rious forms of discrimination
which ware causing distress not
i only to their Jewish brethren in
other countries but also to many
world leaders who could not be
accused of ill will toward Rus-
sia. In accordance with UN
practice, neither speaker men-
tioned the Soviet Union by name.
Mr. Comay warned about a "po-
grom" atmosphere in Russia.
The commission has been debat-
ing a dratt on the elimination of
Continued on Page 10 A
-----*-----
Ukranian 'Explains' Nazi
Caricatures in Red Booklet
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The
American and Israeli indictments
against Soviet anti-Semitism here
touched off last weekend a parade
of condemnations of the Soviet
Cnion and of the Ukrainian SRR
lor their anti-Semitism.
Prof. Petr E. Nedbailo. the
Ukranian representative in the
United Nations Human Rights
Commission, conceded openly that
the anti-Jewish pamphlet entitled
"Judaism Without Embellish
ment"which Michael S. Comay,
Iiraeli permanent representative
to the IN, had identified as hav-
ing been issued by an Academy
of Science of "a certain state"
had been published by the Ukrain-
ian Academy of Science.
Prof. Nedbailo denied that the
caricatures in the pamphlet,
which Mr. Comay had circulated
to all members of the commis-
Cortinued on Page 9-A
GEN YAACOV DORI
comes out fighting
Don Replies
To Ben-Gurion
On '48 War
TEL AVIV,JTA)Gen. Yaacov
Dori who, as Israel's first Chief of
Staff, directed the armed forces
in the 1948 War of Liberation, ex-
pressed the opinion this week that
some Israeli failures in the war
might have been avoided if there
had been more unity between po-
litical and military commanders.
The General, who is now presi-
dent of the Technion. thus ended
a silence of several days in the
dispute between Israeli military
leaders and former Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion over the
conduct of that war. The dispute
was precipitated by Mr. Ben Gur-
ion in an interview he gave to the
newspaper Haboker in which he
was reported as saying that he be-
lieve that if Gen. Moshe Dayan.
now Agriculture Minister, had been
in command of the 1948 operations.
Israel's borders would have been
Continued on Page 7-A
EXPRESSES CONCERN FOR DISINTEGRATION
Go/dmann Addresses Actions Unit
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Zion-'than when the Zionist movement
ist Actions Committee opened its emerged. Dr. Goldmann said that
current session here Monday with the time had come for the Zionist
an address by Dr. Nahum Gold- \ movement to shift from exclusive
mann, president of the World work for Israel to the fight for se-
Zionist Organization, in which he curing the survival of the Jewish
warned against the danger of as- people the world over. Israel, he
similation. I noted, was strong enough to allow
Asserting that disintegration was the Zionist movement such a shift
today more serious and difficult of priorities "v. ithout naturally
giving up work for Israel in the
fields of immigration, absorption
and settlement."
The realization of this task of
"saving the Diaspora and tying
it up with Israel," he declared,
is dependent upon the full and
meaningful cooperation with Is-
Continued on Page S-A
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Friday, March 20, 1964
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin, of Upper Sandusky, O., turned
over to Bernard Silver, of Miami Beach, a 510,000 insurance
policy for the establishment of a 5,000-tree section in the Baal
Shem Tov Forest in memory of their son, Frank Levin, who
lost his life in World War II fighting for freedom and demo-
cracy. Silver is an active participant in the program of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami and was responsible
for the planting of Baal Shem Tov Forest near Safad. Israel.
British Couple
In Presentation
At Temple Israel
Hannah Watt and Roderick Lo
veil, two of Britain's leading the-
atrical personalities, will present
a joint dramatic production of
' Men. Women and Love."' as the
Town Hall Forum Series resumes
in the Morris D Woltson Auditor-
ium of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are available through
the Temple office for those who
do not have series tickets.
"Men. Women and Love" fea-
tures scenes from English litera-
ture and history, with the accent
On comedy and drama.
The husband-wife acting team
has appeared as members of lead-
ing groups in England, ranging
from Shakespeare to musical com-
edy, in films, on radio and TV.
The 1963-64 Town Hall Series
will close on Sunday, Apr. 26. with
guest speaker United States Sen.
Paul Douglas
Torah Presentation Told
Temple Zamora announces the
presentation ol a Torch to the
Temple sanctuary by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harris in honor ol their
,50th wedding anniversary. Dedi-
cation ceremonies will be held
Sunday. Apr. 26.
Farband Branch
Slates Meeting
Farband Ben-Gurion Branch 304
n ill meet Wednesday evening at
Farband Cultural Center. 842
Washington Ave,
Following the business agenda,
conducted by Max Astor. presi-
dent, Manuel Burstein. past pres-
ident, will discuss current events.
Refreshments will be served.
Soviets Change
Rule on Baking
Of Matzohs
Continued from Page 1-A
bakery's closure. Angry j e w a
stormed Rabbi Levine's study,
only to be told that the shut-down !
was '"temporary."
The bakery opened wednesda}
of last week, continued on Thurs-
day, and was shut on Friday, the
Moscow dispatches stated. On the
tjrst day of matzoh production,
NOVOfti, an official Soviet Gov-
ernment news agency, distributed
ti> foreign correspondents in Mos '
cow photographs showing Rabbi
Levine and Mr. Paler, in white
gowns, presumably cheeking the
first matzoh turned out at the
bakery.
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Freedom Lodge Hears Judge Friedman Speak
Judge \l;lton s. r'rieciman of the
Municipal Court, and Emanuel
Tepi i r, president ol B'nai B'rith
Freedom Lodge, were guest speak-
ers at the Harmony Lodge, mem-
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lorkj 's Gossip Room.
Moit Luxner is membership vice
president, and Rabbi Max Lip-
scbiU is program vice president
of Harmony Lodge.
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next meeting on Mon !aj e> enu ,
Apr. G. at Beth Torah Temple
be Abe Goldman, City (.1 Mian
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"otten Children."'
Abraham Galbut (second from left) noses out Jeffrey Green
fright) to take first prize at the Hebrew Academy Junior Science
Fair. Galbut, a sixth grader at the Academy, did his project
on the anatomy and physiology of the chicken. Green took
Second Prize with his dinosaurs project. Raymond Stein
(second from the right) and Sheldon Delson (right) tied for
third place. Stein did his project on geology and Delson on
electricity. Standing with the winners are Joe Ackner, science
instructor at the Academy.
Jabotinsky Going Home
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israels Cabinet Sunday voted unani-
mously to permit the Jabotinsky family to bring the remains
of Vladimir Jabotinsky to this country for rehurial.
Mr. Jabotinsky. leader of the Zionist-Revisionists, died near
New York City in 1940. In his will, he had stipulated that his
remains be taken for reburial in the Jewish State to oe formed
in Palestine, but only upon the decision of the Jewish State's
Government. Former Prime Minister David BenGurion was
unalterably opposed to such sanction by the Government.
Sunday's action was taken after Prime Minister Levi Esh-
kol had received an appeal on the issue from Prof. Eri Jabotin-
sky, an Israeli and a son of the late Vladimii Jabotinskv. The
Herut Party immediately lauded the Cabinet's decision. Mena-
chem Beigin, leader of Herut. sen; a message to Mr. Eshkol
expressing the party's "gratitude for this historic decision."
Civil Rights Bill To be Debated
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Dixon will take the affirmative,
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Volume 37 Number 12
Friday. March 20. 1964
7 Nisan 5724
Jabotinsky Finally
To Come Home
The decision to remove Jabo-
tinsky's remains from Long Island
and bring them to their final rest-
ing place is long overdue and
welcome. This was the sum and
substance of Jabotinsky's last will
and testament: that he be brought
to the State of Israel when once
the State would be established.
Israel has been in existence
since 1948. This is 1964. To deny
that Jabotinsky's political-military
orienta*:on was radically different
from the one espoused by the ul-
timate leaders of Israel reborn
wouid be to fly in the face of fact
and history.
But it is egually untruthful, and
even spiteful, to deny that Jabo-
tinsky was part of the very foun-
da'ionstone of the modern Jewish
State. His contributions, perhaps
less delicate or even less genteel
than the drawingroom atmosphere
of Zionist philosophy, was never-
theless just as necessary and sig-
nificant to Israel's reemergence.
Those who, all these years,
were responsible for preventing
Jabotinsky's reinterment in Israel, former Prime
Minis'er Ben-Gurion among them, did so out of
a sense of the kind of political maneuvering
that could never, in the long run, be a credit
to the new young republic. Levi Eshkol's de-
cision to approve the move is to be heartily
applauded.
It sets into proper perspective the events
leading up to the creation of the Middle East's
most powerful and advanced nation today.
of the holiday as it is imminently upon us sug-
gests that Marietta Tree did not go out of
bounds in her sharp attack.
Memorial to Mr. Kennedy
Mrs. John F. Kennedy's dignified reaction
to the news that the Jewish National Fund and
the Government of Israel have decided to
memorialize her late martyred husband is in
keeping with the guiet image of dignity she
projec'ed during the days immediately follow-
ing the President's assassination.
The planting of trees is, of course, a splen-
did way to pay homage to the departed; for it
suggests the continuing cycle of life on earth
in the face of immediate and personal tragedy.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest in Israel
will thus do more than memorialize a great
American leader who fell in the line of his duty
to the principles of freedom both countries
esteem.
The forest will also add impetus to the
upbuilding of the Jewish State through the tra-
ditional JNF channels of land reclamation. The
Greater Miami Section is a noteworthy contri-
bution toward the achievement of that end.
The Soviet Trick
Marietta Tree's stand at the United Nations
in behalf of the position of our nation is a wel-
come one indeed. It places squarely on the
table for all to see just how the U.S. feels about
rising instances of Soviet anti-Semitism.
Whatever the Kremlin may say to the con-
trary, these instances seem to be increasing
by leaps and bounds. The baking of matzoh
for Passover was a case in point.
At first it seemed that the Russians finally
succumbed this year to the pressure from
abroad and submitted to the prospect that Jews
are entitled to celebrate one of their important
religious holidays in proper fashion that
they should thus be permitted to bake matzoh.
The news this week that the announcement
was a clever ruse to reduce the pressure until
it was too late to do anything about the needs
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
CJA Well on the Way
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal
has reached the 5900,000 mark in short order.
The difficult task of fulfilling the 1964 CJA goal
now lies ahead.
One thing seems certain: that this year's
campaign is brighter, more intensive and more
purposeful than others in the recent past. For
whatever reason, the benefit can only accrue
to the community at large in added services
both at home and abroad.
With the tide turning favorably, we call
upon every resident in our community to join
in pledging to CJA their funds and their efforts
that the 1964 campaign will be a success in
the name of meeting Jewish philanthropic
needs wherever they may exist. That Miami's
CJA agencies will be an immediate beneficiary
should prove apparent to all who live here and
partake of their essential services.
|T TOOK the tr.-;gic ->ssassi-
' nation of President Ken-
iliuwilfi hl U'H'L nedy for ,elcvision ,0 Wove
UUIII'K IHv "VVB its value as a medium capable
of raising journalism to the
level of an art. Perhaps it
was the spontaneity and utter
despair >>f the moment thai
joined 'heir individual re
sources to achieve this end.
Perhaps it was the event it-
self, so awesome and awful to
the best purposes of history, if history does indeed possess in- nt ol
its own. that brought to television the kind of exquisite vitality u
had never demonstrated before. Whatever the reasons, t al or
even illusory, the achievement was there.
Now comes Camera Three, which on Sunday once again sug-
gested its supremacy in the area of human discovery. The program
featured a discussion of The Deputy" between its author, Rolf
Hochliuth. and Hannah Arendt. herself the center of a swirling norm
of dissention over her last year's book, "Eichmann in Jerusalem."
While Mr. Hochliuth was realistically introduced as a dramatr-' who
has set the Jewish and Catholic worlds into a tizzy both here and
abroad. Dr. Arendt received a more benign kind of treatment.
Of her. the announcer commented that Dr. Arendt is a distin-
guished sociologist on the faculty of the University of Chicago, who.
has written many important works in her field. The Eichmann vol-
ume, a casual climax to the list, presumably on the basis of chron-
ology, launched the program into the bizarre nightmare from which
it never emerged.
I am still at a loss to determine who was interviewing whom,
but this is only because the television medium magnified the chronic
aberration of Dr. Arendt's major compulsion these days, thus shed-
ding even more embarrassing light on her deteriorating personality
than "Eichmann in Jerusalem" ever dared to show, and finally
eclipsing the international and interdenominational conflii I
Rolf Hochhuth himself.
! !
I UNDERfST/AI/inON Of NiTtER'S POVJIH
WHAT CAMERA THREE prcsumabl) intended was a not J/CV
i-h sociologist'!! examination of the author and his pi
Camera Three, the setup seemi I even more intriguing bei
Arei tin Nazi tyranny with which v-
li tn n deals so forccfullj in The Deputj Poor feQow, hi
Ivul .i chance: and this was not because, as some might -
tiously, Dr \u i : is a woman and therefore necessarily
It is because she w is i ent on justifying the very thi
Deputj" attack i i ntly.
In the firsl instance, Dr, Arendt wanted us all to kn
the Vatican overestimated the power ol the Hitler'regime
she did not make the observation from a professionally obji
point of view. Neither did she as the uninitiated might have intici-
pated, take Pius XII to task for such cowardice. Her arrant non-
sense went in the opposite direction: it suggested a profound sym
pathy for the dilemma of the Church, which 'correctly" ch
be silent rather than face a challenge the profundity of which could
hardly be determined.
In the second instance, she sympathetically examined de
rivative Vatican dilemma: the effectiveness of its capacity | > en-
force any anti-Nazi statement the Pope might make in behalf ol
the Jews. What, for example, could be expected to happen to the
prestige of the Church if it took a position forthrightly and later
found itself standing entirely alone, with both Hitler and individual
Catholics, themselves, going their merry way as before?

Kupat Holim Project
The annual Third Seder to be held by the
Greater Miami Committee for Israel Histadrut
will afford those who attend a splendid. oppor-
tunity to support the Kupat Holim project under-
taken by our community in Beersheba.
The project is a Medical Center to bear
Miami's name in tribute to those who have
recognized the urgent need for enlarging Is-
rael's medical facilities in order to meet the
increased health needs of the expanding pop-
ulation.
Kupat Holim is Israel's principal organiza-
tion in meeting these needs. Miami's pledge
to hasten the completion of the center in Beer-
sheba will receive further inspiration at the
Third Seder on Mar. 29 at the Fontainebleau
an occasion for the remembrance when Israel
was freed from bondage and returned home.
To be honored at the function as "Woman
of the Year" will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
whose name, personality and contributions are
legion in the advancement of the general and
Jewish communities here in South Florida. This
is one more facet of the celebration that will
make it a gala one indeed.
< : :
CHOKE THAT WAS NO CHOICE
|u|R. HOCHHUTH SUPPLIED for her peace of mind a huge num-
*** ber of examples of pressure brought to bear by individual
bishops and cardinals scattered across the face of Europe who, in
their small way. lessened the tide of gigantic Jewish slaughter on
a variety of local levels. Mr. Hochhuth then went on to admit that
Germany's minority Catholic population of some 35 to 40 percent
might possibly have ignored a firm Vatican stand, both because
the largest part of them had become politically devout Nazi, and
because they feared for the safety of their families.
But what, he asked Mrs. Arendt. about the overwhelmingly
Roman Catholic population in Poland, where the number of cases
of sheer betrayal of Jews by individual anti-Semitic Poles reached
indecent and nauseating proportions? Is it inconceivable that a Ton-
statement by Pius XII would have altered for the better the tragic
fate of the Jews there'.'
Dr. Arendt stuck to her guns, agreeing in principle and disput-
ing in fact. And. as her final summation, she declared: How could
the Church be expected to barter 2.000 years of Christianity for
such a lesser challenge? To Rolf Hochhuth, the answer was sim-
ple.
Individual prelates had proven the point. Besides, the pro-
founder questions of morality and ethical concepts were at stake
This Is, alter all, with what "The Deputy" concerns itself: the choice
that was no choice in the face of Cod.
AN tXQUISITUY CRUEL ART "'"
yHAT DR. ARENDT'S cleverly professional sociological witticisms
u wf .bcsidc ,he Pint 's suggested by the dilemma in which Mr
Hochhuth finds himself today. The power of the Church is beyond
dispute, or it could not have aroused the passions of the world
against an intellectual concept whose sole sin seems to be that it
questions the Church's pristine purity.
Why did not the Church feel itself similarly questioned when
the Nazis ruled in their heyday when, in fact, it entered into
a concordat with Hitler, the chief devil of them all? The issue in
truth here is that neither the source nor the strength of the power
has changed; it is only the purpose from which it was then" withheld
and toward which it is now applied that has changed. Political ex-
pediency suggested silence before Hitler; it demands punishment
for Rolf Hochhuth.
And in the face of it all, Hannah Arendt, one-time Zionist lead-
er, one-time Youth Aliyah official, sought to strip Mr. Hochhuth of
nis rationale. What she only succeeded in doing was to lay even
more bare the convolutions of her psychethe bizarre mind that
embraced with strange sympathy a Nazi murderer in "Eichmann in
Jerusalem.'
It took television to do these things, which were done superbly.
Camera Three merely intended an interview of Rolf Hochhuth by
Hannah Arendt. But, then, television last November merely in-
tended a documentation of the daze following the assassination of
John Fitzgerald Kennedy. In each case, something far different
emerged. In this sense, at its best, television journalism is an ex-
quisitely cruel art.


Friday. March 20, 1964
vjewisfi fhrkUOir)
Page 5-A
Zionist Actions Committee Session Hear Goldmann
a
Continued from Page 1-A
ratl *hich ought to regard the
Zionist movement as the main
chosen instrument. Fortunately,
he n.cf, Israel is strong enough
to devote its attention to the
future of the Jewish people out-
side Israel, while in Israel peo-
ple rave begun to realize the
importance of a partnership with
the Diaspora.
Another condition. Dr. Goldmann
said, if the revival of the spirit
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V b annual observance of
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at B-M David Synagogue during
the Iat< Friday evening services.
conducted by Rabbi Norman N.
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Cai tOJ William W. Lipson and
the Beth David Choir, under the
direction of Albeit Sussman. will
present three new liturgical com-
positii:; and Cantor l.ipson will
deliv : :. sermon on "Kaddish
Fact and Fiction."
Liturgical compositions to be
heard for the first time at Beth
David include "V'Shomru," by
Joshua Lind; and several works of
Zavel Zilbert, composer Of Jewish
folk music.
Members of the choir are so-
pranos, Mrs. Max Reizner, Mrs.
Celia Segal, Mrs. Elliott Gordon.
Mrs. Pearl Brook. Mrs. Jane Bar-
row altos, Mrs. Sam Weinstein,
Mrs. Hose Schreidell; tenor, .ins
eph Kwart: basses. Norman Lip-
son and Howard Neu. Mrs. Jacob
Morganstern is rehearsal accom-
panist.
of the Zionist movement, especial-
ly in the United States where it
must begin to lose its "inferiority
complex." widen the narrow limits
of its activities, become a pioneer j
in the fight to reorganize Jewish
C 0 m m un I ties in representative
bodies, and manifest flexibility in
relationships with organizations
outside the World Zionist Organi-
zation by opening the way for their
cooperation.
Dwelling on the danger of as-
similation. Dr. Goldmann stressed
the tendencies of Jewish isolation-
ism. There arc great communities,
including the American Jewish
community, he declared, where a
majority are far from accepting
the principle of united interna-
tional Jewish action, and this lack
of organized Jewish action within
both an international and national
framework is a permanent source
ol weakness for effective organi-
zational efforts. Moreover, he add-
ed, the American Jewish commu-
nity remains far from any repre-
sentative body able to speak on its
behalf.
A joint meeting here of the Gov-
ernment of Israel and the execu-
tive of the World Zionist Organi-
zation Monday was devoted to the
examination of the problems fac-
ing the Jewish people in the Dia-
spora, in view of the denial to
Jews in certain countries of relig-
ious and cultural liberties, and of
the dangers of assimilation affect-
ing Jewish communities elsewhere.
The members of the Zionist
executive expressed the deter-
mination of the Zionist move-
ment, while continuing to dis-
charge its functions in the
spheres of immigration, absorp-
tion and settlement in Israel,
to concentrate and invigorate
its efforts in the Diaspora in the
fields of the education of chil-
dren and youth, as well as by
active participation in the ac-
tivities of Jewish communities
and Jewish international organ-
izations.
A communique issued Monday
explained that the purpose of these
endeavors will be to strengthen
the attachment of Jewish commu-
nities in various countries to the
State ol Israel as a center of their
spiritual life: to enlist their effec-
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the Jewish people: to assist in the
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Jewish education with a view to
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spiritual heritage; to spread the
knowledge of the Hebrew language
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"On behalf of the Government
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and unity of Jewish people in all
the lands of the dispersion, and
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Zionist spirit in Jewish life is a
matter of joint concern for the
State of Israel and the World Zion-
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its vital interest in the Zionist ex
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Diaspora and its readiness to lend
full assistance to its realization."
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fJen Isli fkrtdUanii
Friday. March 20, 1964
JNF Memorial Concert Highlighted As
Mrs. Kennedy Expresses Her Gratitude
Demi ml.- for tickets to the Jew-
N itional Fund Memorial Con
: rl received added impetus this
. eek with the publication ol a Ict-
'. r from Mrs John I'. Kennedy t<>
esi lenl Zalinan Shazar, ol Is-
r el.
The concert will bo held Tucs-
> evening, Mar, 31, ;it Miami
each Auditorium as a memorial
the assassinated President Ren-
ds
Proceeds of the concert will
90 toward the purchase of trees
n the John F. Kennedy Mem-
:rial Forest being developed un-
der the auspices of the Jewish
National Fund.
Declared Mrs. Kennedy: "I write
you l thank the people of fe-
el tor their many expressions
sympathy to my children and
e in our bereavement.
The evidences of admiratii n
[PHRAIM BIRAM
and re-peel they felt for my hus-
band have touched me deeply.
"I am especially moved to
learn of the several impressive
memorial services held to do
henor to his memory and the
plans which have been made for
permanent memorials, especial-
ly those for a Kennedy Fellow-
ship program for foreign scien-
tists at the Weixmann Institute
and for a Kennedy Memorial
Woodland sponsored by the Jew-
ish National Fund.
"I am most grateful for these
reflections of the extent to which
his ideas and ideals are shared
by yon and the people of your
country, and for your attendance
at my husband s funeral."
The concen will briny to this
area some of the best known Is-
raeli and international performers
of the concert Stage.
Heading the list is Tova Porat,
international singing sensation.
Also to appear are Amiram Rigai,
brilliant concert pianist, direct
from Carnegie Hall; Ephraim Bir-
am, world renowned baritom
Marcie Gamli<1, percussion artist;
Hadassah Badoch, interpretive
dancer; and Eliahu Gamliel, inter-
nationally-known flutiest.
Concert Committee is headed by
Rabbi Mayer Vbramowitz, who has
set a goai of 25.000 trees. On the
committee are I.eon .1. Ell. presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund:
and Zev W. Kogan. chairman of
the JNF Executive Board. Dr.
Irving Lehrman is honorary chair-
man.
Max Bressler, president of the
Jewish National Fund, mean-
while flew to Jerusalem for con-
sultations with governmental and
Jewish National Fund leaders
concernir.T the establishment of
the John F. Kennedy Peace For-
est in Israel. During the course
of his visit, Bressler will make
arrangements for the planting
of the forest and the construction
of a permanent memorial to the
martyred President.
The forest "ill rise on the hills
outside ol Jerusalem. The tribute
will consist ol several million
tree-, encircli ig an impressive
memorial edifice, flanked by fifty
column- representing the fifty
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Friday, March 20, 1964
End of
Hitler
By MAX LERNER
vJewisli Mar id!ton
Page 7-A
Gen. Dori Responds to Gurion Blast
The Soviet leaders, who are constantly rewriting history to suit
Party-line truth, are now putting the finishing touches to the Soviet
view of Hitlers last days and his death. Gen. Vasily Chulkov, who
look Berlin for the Russians, has written a book called "The End
if the Third Keich," and excerpts are now appearing in a Soviet
literary weekly.
He says several things to challenge the Western research ver-
sion of Hitler's end: firsi, that the Russians did find Hitler's char-
red body (and presumably still have it somewhere?); second, that
Hitler's lieutenants put out a taked report of his suicide two days
before it happened, in order to split the Allied coalition; third, that
Hitler's death must therefore be dated two days later than the West-
ern historians have it. which is why the Russians were able to come
upon his body,

In a mortally divided world it is good to have cultural inter-
change, like the cultural agreement America has just signed with the
Russians. I am also all for cooperative research, whether into space
or underwater or in the conquest of disease or the end of the Third
Reich. But it must be done honestly, not shabbily as part of the
political war. As I see it. Hie Chulkov researchjudging from the
dispatches from Moscowis ont honest but tactical.
Take the tone-setting jibe at Russia's war allies: "We Soviet
forces took Berlin and were able to see and find out more than out-
side observers who, on the day of the storming of Berlin, were far
Irom the scene." True, but why was it the Russians who took Ber-
lin? The answer is: because the Americans let them as a gesture of
magnanimous friendship.
We shall be saying this with a sigh, somewhere ages and ages
hence. If I steal and transpose Robert Frost's lines, from "Two
Roads," it is because the American war policymakersRoosevelt,
Stimson, Mar.-hall, Eisenhowerhad to make a hard choice toward
the end of the war and mado the wrong choice. They held back the
American armies from Prague arid Berlin and let the Russians cap-
ture both. Their theory was that Soviet aggressions sprang from
Soviet insecurity and mistrust, and they felt that a generous policy
would heal both. It didn't.

As for Hitler's end, the standard accounts may be found in
three books: Hugh Trevor-Roper, "The Last Days of Hitler;" Alan
Bullock, "Hitler: a Study in Tyranny;" William Shircr, "The Rise and
Fall of the Third Reich." The first two have already been revised
to cover recent researches.
They agree on the facts as known: that Hitler planned for a
while to make his last stand at Berchtesgaden; that he finally de-
cided on the (loebbels plan of making a "world historical end" in his
bunder under the Chancellery in Berlin; that he brought his mistress,
Eva Braun. there and married her and died with her; that they com-
mitted suicide on the afterncon of April 30, 1945. not April 29, as
Chulkov would .have the Western version alter Hitler had written
his last testament; that, after they were dead, their bodies were
soaked in gasoline, wrapped in a rug, and set on fire.
Up to now the guess of the historians has been that when the
Russians entered the bunkers they iound only the charred bodies
of Goebbels, and his wife, and that Hitler's ashes may have been
scattered in the garden. Chulkov now says they found Hitler's char-
red remains on May 2. So much the better, -ince it will set at rest
the abortive Nazi legend that Hitler never died but will return.

But the other Chulkov contentions are more suspect. He seems
in base them on his talk with the Nazi Gen. Krcbs. who came to
negotiate a peace with Chulkov. But since Krcbs left the Fuhrer-
banker right after midnight, in the early hours of May 1. how could
be have brought news of Hitler's death unless it had taken place "ii
April :!0, and not (as Chulkov now saysi later in the day of May 1?
We must wait for Cbulkov's detailed evidence that Hitler's asso-
- put out a fake rei>ort oi his death two days before it happen-
ed, SO that Soaring and Himmler could negotiate a separate peace
with the Americans. We know that both of them wanted a separate
peace, and we know thai Eisenhower sternly repulsed every otter
nade to him. as a betrayal ol the "unconditional surrender" agree-
ment which FUR bad been tile first Allied leader to insist upon
The time for a tactical slanting ol the Hitler story i- over. Let
u- '-,'t at the truth, whichever way it cuts.
Continued from Page i-A
| "different" and its military acconi-
; piishments "greater."
In the 1948 War, Gen. Dayan
led a strikingly successful com-
mando unit and, as Chief of Staff
he commanded Israel's forces in
the defeat of Egypt in the 1956
Suez campaign. The Ben-Gurion
statement was seen as downgrad-
ing the military achievements
of former commanding generals,
including Gen. Dori; Maj. Gen.
Yigal Allon, commander of sev-
eral important fronts in 1948,
now Labor Minister; Gen. Yigael
Yadin, an archaeologist who was
Chief of Operations and later
Chief of Staff, and others.
With the exception of Dori. the
military leaders struck back with
charges that the decisions which
prevented the total liberation of
Palestine in 1948 were political and
not military and therefore were
the responsibility of Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion as Prime Minister and Defense
Minister during the war.
Unlike his colleagues. Gen. Dori
indicated he did not believe that
it was only political orders which
prevented the capture of all Pal-
estine. "With our meager forces
and lack of equipment, we did mar-
velously, but we also suffered ser-
ious defeats, such as in the old city
uf Jerusalem and at the Latrun
pass," he said "These might have
been avoided had there been more
unity between the political and
military commanders."
Gen. Dori also commented on
Mr. Ben-Gurion's assertion that
Gen. Dayan could have achieved
greater results had he been Chief
of staff in 1948. Gen. Dori said bility." He added that he regretted
that Mr. Ben-Gurion "could never the fact that Mr. Ben-Gun..n.
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"Jewis/i fhrkfibr
Friday, March 20, 1964
By: E DWARD COHEN
His Project a Hit Everywhere but Miami
be inserted a letter from abroad
and instruction? on how to mail ft
magazines. "You'll be cnbaik>
ed on an adventure which will
bo rcwardinu to both you and
your country," P::.-sner assures.
He's received
60.000 letters
from Kerala. He
was the first for-
eigner to be
made an Honor-
ary Fellow of the Academy of
General Education in Manipal.
In Mysore, his name is a house-
hold word. Only in Miami Beach,
it seems, is Harry Pli.ssner just
another unsuccessful candidate
for the Council, or sponsor of an
unpooular public accommoda-
tions ordinance.
Last week, as we spoke with
him in his apartment, Plissner
was still trying to shake off the
effects of another Miami failure.
The All-Florida section of the
Miami News had an article about
me which brought just 30 letters
from Dade County. From Sara-
sota, Tampa, Jacksonville, Day-
i Beachwhere the local
newspapers also carry the same
magazinethere were several
hundreds of letters lrom each of
those cities, I just can't under-
stand the people here.'' he said,
in what the New Yorker maga-
zine, which did a profile on him
in 1961, has describe,I as a "low.
hesitant voice."
Successful Program
The recent two-page article
.i- one of many which have
appeared in this country. India,
Japan, Taiwan. Burma. Lebanon.
Pakistan and Indonesia during
the past eight years described
Plissner's original and unique

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Kerry Plissner receives hon-
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project to make friends [or the
United States by sending used
magazines to people in foreign
lands "so they could learn more
about this wonderful country of
ours." The success of the pro-
gram is attested by the hun-
dreds of thousands of letters
which have come to him, either
requesting receipt of magazines
or volunteering to send them
from this country.
Oof of Tune
A quick check of the mail the
day we visited revealed some 350
overseas requests and a slightly
larger number from Americans
desiring to do their share. The
thought occurred that some of
the hundreds of retired couples
at the sprawling 150 Bay Road
apartment complex would make
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"I don't needand 1 don't
wantany local help,'- Plissner
made clear. "It 1 Dotner with
my neighbors, I have to take
time out for social contacts, and
I don't want to make the time."
His helpers, some of them large
organizations, are scattered all
over the country and to them
each day he sends large pack-
ages of letters to process. In
this way. he avoids "social con-
tact."
His attitude toward his neigh-
bors, despite his some time poli-
tical ambition, is reflected in his
feeling that he is "not in tune
v i'li the Jewish community
here Some of this he attri-
butes to a critical article he
wrote on Israel in the Miami
Herald in 1952he has since
changed his mind and is now
enthusiastic with what he saw
in Israel on his last visit there
a few years ago,
lie sees no need for any Jew-
ish organization ties, but: "I as-
sert my Jewisbness all over the
world; no one has any illusion
that Harry Plissner is anything
but a Jew and that includes
those in Lebanon who have in-
quired about me." Born into a
"strict Orthodox family" on
New York's lower East Side, he
says that the extent of his Jew-
ish participation is Yizkor on
Yom Kippur when there is "al-
ways a pull."
Despite his international out-
look on the political scene MM
his universalist position on reli-
gion, Plissner has a parochial
curiosity concerning the lack of
response from this heavily-Jew-
ish area to a project which has
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*Jcwisf IHhrSdictn
Page 9-A'
llkranian 'Explains' Nazi Caricature in Red Book
Continued from Page 1-A
sion, were anti-Semitic. Refer-
ring to one of the caricatures,
which shows a hook-nosed Jew
licking a swastika decorated
boot, he said that this picture
"refers to Dr. Kastner, who was
a Quisling." He also asserted
that "we all nad our Quislings;
there were Ukrainian Quislings
and Jewish Quislings. This shows
a Jewish Quisling." He ignored
the other anti-Semitic carica-
tures and also did not comment
on the fact that Dr. Kastner is
nowhere mentioned in the pam-
phlet.
Felix Ermacora of Austria then
denounced the pamphlet as some-
thing which he said reminded hi in
"of the Nazi occupation of Aus-
tria." Louis Ignacio-Pinto of Da-
homey who. as rapporteur, is one
of the commission's principal of-
ficers, denounced the pamphlet
and all Soviet anti-Semitism as
"inadmissable."
Fernando Y'olio Jiinincz of Costa
Rico called the commission's at-
tention to the fact that there were
pogroms in the Ukraine prior to
the Nazi era.
OLD FINGERS CAN LEARN NEW TRICKS
These are the old fingers of a man
who is learning a new trick-ro live again!
He is learning to help himself again, to
work again, and so-to live again.
Once his fingers could make music on a vi-
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But they forgot these skills in the days they'
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Nowyears later-the fingers finally are
leaving the prison and so is the man.
All this is thanks to a remarkable organi-
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Malben is the healing arm of the Joint
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When Israel was born her people pledged
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' Mat win ftm trrm w m NOV. fln


Page 10-A
+Jewlsti ncrMlan
Friday, March 2C. 1964
U.S. Denounces Soviet Anti Semitism in Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
all forms of racial intolerance. As
part of the draft, Mrs. Tree had
introduced a clause which said
specifically thai all governments
adhering to the proposed conven-
tion "condemn anti-Semitism.
whether manifested as a lorm of
racial discrimination or otherwise,
and shall take action as appro
priate lor its speedy eradication
in the territories subject to their
urtsdiction."
I'laton D. MOIDZOV, chief Soviet
<:i legate in the commission, indi-
cated he considered his country
1o be the principal target of the
United States and Israeli charges.
He did so by trying to amend
Mrs. Tree's propo.-al in such a
waj as to point to anti-Semitism
as solely the result of Nazism and
fascism.
.Mrs. Tree hit back hard. She
said she regretted that Moscow
was seeking to "contuse anti-
Semitism with Nazism, genocide
and other terms to make it only
one ol a list of possible errors in
recent thought. She said the
commission should face the fact
that anti-Semitism was "a present
danger," tnat it existed in coun-
tries where Nazism was unknown
and that it couid not be "covered
i up forever by recalling the crimes
of Hitler and the horrors of the
concentration camps."
Sharpening her point, she add-
ed that there were "some states"
Israel Educator
To Address
Teachers Friday
Dr. Shlomo Kodesh. director,
Department of Hebrew and Ele-
mentary Education lor Adults and
the Ministry of Education of the
State of Israel, will address the
Hebrew teachers of Greater Mi-
ami on Friday, 10 a.m.. at the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education build-
ing.
Meeting is sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education as a
closing session of its annual semi-
nars for Hebrew teachers, accord-
ing to an announcement of Joseph
Cohen, president.
Subject of Dr. Kodesh's lecture
will be "From the Holy Tongue
to the Language of the Street,"
a resume of the rebirth and de-
velopment of the Hebrew Ian- '
guage.
Dr. Kodesh was educated in the
High School and University in!
Kovno, Lithuania, where he be- :
came a teacher and school direc- !
tor. In 1933. Dr. Kodesh settled in '
Israel. He served as secretary to '
the Israel Court of Justice and su-
pervisor of schools in Haifa and
the Galilee. In 19.55, he became di-
rector of the Hayim Greenberg
Institute in Jerusalem.
In 1957. he was appointed to his
present position, and is now on a
special mission to the Jewish Ag-
ncy in the United States direct-
ing the activities ot Its Hebrew
Department.
Dr. Kodesh is the author of
seme 20 books. He is also edi-
tor of a number of pedagogic and
socialogical journals.
He has served as a consultant
in the teaching of a second Ian-
to the Government of
France and also represented the
i Government in UNESCO
Dr. Kodesh addressed the Board
lirectors of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education on Mar. n and a
'"'.:.' of Jewish school directors
al the Bureau on Mar. 16.
DR. SHLOMO KODtSH
Dr. Lehrman
Due on Radio
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will
be featured on the interdenomina-
tional "Church of the Air" pro-
gram scheduled Sunday evening
at 9:05 p.m.
The radio show emanates na-
tionally Ironi New York City over
CBS Radio and will be heard local-
ly over WKAT.
Dr. Lehrman will be heard in
a Passover message entitled
"The American Dream."
Also scheduled on the program
ill be Cantor Hirsh Adler and
the Temple Choir under the direc-
tion of Ben Yomen,
At 10 a.m., on Sunday morning
over WCKT Ch, 7. Dr. Lehrman
will be seen in the Habbinical
Association program, "Still Small
He will appear with a
panel including George Talianoff,
Dr, Herman Mechlowitz, Mrs. Irv-
pen and Mrs. Elliott Harris.
where laws forcefully forbid
discrimination but which "carry
on policies which are designed
to have the effect of obliterating
an ethnic group." She added ef-
forts must be made to fight anti-
Semitism "when it takes the
form of deprivation of the reli-
gious and cultural herita.ge
which makes a group unique."
She then listed indirectly the
various discriminations widely
charged against Soviet authori-
ties, including barring of Yiddish
and Hebrew, ban on organizations
cf Russian Jews, the refusal of
overseas travel privileges to Rus-
sian Jews, the refusal to permit
publication of religious books and
manufacture of religious requisites
and similar prohibitions.
Mrs. Tree also alluded to the dis-
proportionate death sentences be-
ing meted out to Russia Jews con-
victed for alleged economic crimes.
The Soviet delegate admitted
that anti-Semitism was a present
danger but insisted that Mrs.
Tree's proposed clause be changed
to read that the participating
i states "condemn Nazism, including
all its manifestations (neo-Nazism.
genocide. anti-Semitism and other
forms ot atrocious racist ideas and
practices."
The Israeli speaker also charg-
ed that there appeared to be a
deliberate policy in Russia "of
stilling the practice of Judaism
and severing the community from
its historical and cultural roots."
He too cited the various anti-Jew-
ish bans and the huge proportion
of death sentences and executions
of Soviet Jews. He said that the
Soviet controlled press was put-
ting so much emphasis on the
Jewish identity of the defendants
and on their alleged involvement
with synagogues, that there were
grounds to fear that the Jewish
minority in Russia was being made
I "the public whipping boy lor econ
omic difficulties."
He also referred to a booklet,
"Judaism With Embellishment,"
published in 1963 in Kiev by the
Ukrainian Academy of Sciences,
which had previously been de-
scribed and denounced by Jew-
ish organizations in this country.
He called the book "from begin-
ning to end a vicious vnear ,.
against the history, belief; and *
moral standards of the Jews."
He compared some Illustrations
in the book with "the mere re-
volting works" of Julius St .cher,
one of the most rabid of the Nazi
anti-Semites. Comay then ar-
ranged to circulate amon^ all 21
commission members reproduc-
tions of some of the anti Semitic
caricatures in the book.
He urged the commis- on to
adopt the clause proposed by Mrs.
Tree.
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l Id i -ii S;l in il;i> !i ii.lil. j
...nil. [llcliard, son of i.......i
tih I'i.iiii-ihih'.-; Uenffivv, nmii
I) nd Mm. Rby Hack
ETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave Orthodox.
Rabti Solomon Schiff.
...... p..ii. Sallli-ilny K:30 a.Ill
rah: llynn l.nrl. sun ..f \i -
.....nd iln- inii- Shfldon
- I M 'li "A lll.nl K. -|miii. \
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IETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Ranbi H. Loins Rottman.
n-i -i"> |i m. Saturday a.m.
l< \ s imma r> of i he I 'a**-
CANDltUGllTING TIME
7 Nisan 6:12 p.m.
ETM JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ve. OithDaox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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3ETH KODESH 1101 SW nth ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Sh.ipno. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
!' lila) in !. Satiirdu i ...m
Svrjmiii i n a .i t.. i.....
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BETH M O 5 M t_ CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
Kriiliij v>". |i ii Slati rh khI Kiililuith
.-'nlur.in -. I n m. I lui Mi avail:
ii ill i'I and Mr* I. l...i-
i.-iili. i _
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3ETH RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd ave
.Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre
tary.
Frlila) *- i" i' hi. .-.'1'nn.ii; 'i hi
I >a> nf ill. l.-.i ii in
!' i M i Mi ml
Mr- .li in Mi S i urn *.
-
3ETH TFILAH, 035 Euclid ave Or-
thodox. FHabbi J-.S'jph E. Rn-kovsky
The Great Sabbath is Our
Clarion Call to Freedom
By 7ABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
mymous with the Great
Sabbath, vvlhcH we will observe
Hi: eekencl. is the clarion call
d| freedom. It takes us back
son three and a half thousand
><*. when Cod said to Pharaoh.
It; My son go, that hr may
-errve Me." This command was
in < lity also a message to the
S^:i uiren of Israfll. They were
e time in slaverj. They
crushed in body and in
Thej had no free will.
i did what they were order-
ed ti do.
n there came to these
trodden slaves the tidings
thai one who was mightier than
PI .ah would raise the yoke
off their necks. Liberty
wot I soon be theirs. They
I be their own masters, con-
ducting their lives after their
own sweet will. And many an
l-r,- *:tc began to dream of this
1 fret life, in which he would make
up lor the years of bondage, by
thro ing all restraint to the
Iwim s and giving full rein to all
I his. ("esires. whether good or bad.
It is a quite common experience
Ithat when a person has been kept
[unct- r severe check for a length
lot t -ne, and is set free, he very
lofte: abusca his liberty. Africa
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Re'orm Congregation
Di Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G Bornstein, Cantor
Services frHay, 1:15 PJM.
SERMON:
"HOW OO WE KNOW WHAT
( JD REQUIRES OF US."'
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., M.B.
O iiiTVnttve
OR IRVINC LEHRMAN, Rabbi
Hirsh Adler. Cantor
. ev-ning service 8:30 p.m.
Sermon Topic
"THE TRAGIC CASE OF
JACK RUBY"
' I .ay morning service 9 a.m.
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Ph. 446-2181
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Iat Sin 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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slavery to the Divine
of today, and even South Amer-
ica, will illustrate this tragic
tendency,
For that reason. God said.
Let .My people go. that they may-
serve Me." The children of Is-
rael were no longer slaves to a
wicked Pharaoh, but they were
to become the servants of God.
The old slavery was demoraliz-
ing; the new servitude was to
be ennobling, enlarging their
spirit and raising them to a high-
er plane of life. Old restraints
would be taken off their shoul-
ders, but only to be replaced by
new ones. They would by no
means he allowed to do as they
pleased.
The lesson for us is quite sim-
ple. There is no such thing as
absolute liberty. Man can nev-
er be entirely free. At best, he
has a choice of which bondage
he will submit to. Everyone of
us is offered the alternative of
two slaveriesslavery to God or
slavery to a Pharaoh. The Di-
vine slavery is known to us as
religion. "Do this and live!'* is
the supreme idea of our faith.
Let God's will supercede your
will, let His wishes, not your
wishes, guide you; and then you
will live the supreme type of life
to which the human being can
attain. God's service, however.
is not a destroying slavery. It
raises, it docs not cast down; it
strengthens the soul and fortifies
the spirit.
Goethe was righl when he said.
"Law alone gives freedom,"
which is another way of saying,
Free My people that they may
serve Me.'
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1'th
a*-). -Cansaivative. ,Rabbi Max Lip.
sch.lz. Cantor Ben.Zion Kn-schcn-
b.uini
Itn 'I ,-
Snliill In, f jh .,,!
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i.in. i:.i,- .M ,
Ml ml All i V.

6'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Haioid Richter.
Cantor Joel L-iner
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abiaham Stiassteld.
-
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor Oejrfie Goldberg.
I -1 i .. > vl". |. in S. rim, ii. I'll.
V..mil .,i Tii'l.n Hook rrvifsi b>
\\\* llhomlH Hi lillnm i. flR-luli Rrarii
H......it> s.l.....I -in.i.in. Ont'H Shab-
hai hunt*: Mr. ii nd Ah- IjhvIiI (Sold.
cnln-t-K, in li......r of Ho- bii'tmlu.v ol
' he i (Inushl r, Mwdalj n; Mi. and
Mi- ri.in Krli-M-h, in honor ihelr
weddlnu annivi nary: Mr. and Alt-
Mj i i Ivnpi I. in honor tin K.n
M nli tit .ir ii M,n, Siiiiinl.ii ,i in
liar MitBVah: N. il Ko|iel.
FT. LAUDERDAUE EMANL'-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Relorm. Rabbi
Richara m. Leviton.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shn.ary.-.hn
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I' I i iiii'l N;l-1 i. in. Si
S \ iii. an S i mi da)
n "Tli,. I'iM'i.,1 i.i..
f (In : i ;.,r MUxvah
il Mi s.iin II in
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Raubi Phineas Weber,
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
I .in 5:4.1 and 8:1a |i.ni. Si-rnion:
'rii, liival Hnlibath." s......mi) a
a.in.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Pi-Mas I'. i'in. (iueal ot honor l n
Is.ia.- Ali-nla.v, !' .i-iii.i- riii.i Kalilil .a
YuKimlavla. Satuiiiaj S::io a.m Ser-
mon: "Conataal Herolm."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
I-T iiln.\ s; i:, p.m. Sermon "Tin
Mi nnlns ot i In mm .--.-.
1:1*1 ii.ui, Sermon: "The Jewiah IVaoi
<-.11.- '
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Frlrta.i vl". |).m Sermon: "rYeedoin
from l-'i-.i.- or I eai of Freedom." Sat-
.iniiix ii a.m. Bar Mltavah: David,
son of Mr. and Mra. I......i Mpwick.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstrnctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
litb.
1'iiiiay 8:15 |i.m. Sermon: "The Open
IHair. s.ii'ini.iv 10:30 a.m. Sermon:
"Uettlng the Jewlah 1'eople lo Agree."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Cha
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "UnrnliD "
Hatunla} 10:45 a.m. Bar Mltavah:
Kteven Daniel, son "f Mr. and -Mis.
Robert C. Haaa.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantoi Alex-
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N*v\
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvini
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler
i-iiilav v:;u p.in. Sermon: "The
Traitli' Caw of Jaek Ruby." Satur-
day a in Bar Mltavah: Paul, mm
..f Mi*, ami Mi-. Simniiinl Welntrauli
Baa Mltavah: Robin, daughter of Mi.
and Aii>. Herbert Silver.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How l'.-
We Know what Ood Require* ol
r>? *
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 10 :" n m.
Bar Mltavah: Morgan RnsTer, noil of
Mi. and Mr.-. Joaeph Rood.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frlda; I IS ii in Baturdaj P a.m
Bin Mltavah: Michael, aon of Mrs
Shirley Stevena. Sermon: "Weeklj
I'ortlon in the Law "
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. an<
Taturn Waterway. Modern Tradi
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lEMPLE C OLO.ii. Cnnservativf
SW 16th SI Miami. Rabb
San-.uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin
l-'nil: ..... ,,,, ,, -|
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In li"'....... Sai ii i-'1h i s:|j n.n
Mlta\.ili l.i nn i,| .1
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Hit! |||,| M|,
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TEMPLE SIMAI OF NORTH M!AM,
121TD NE Ibth a.e Reloi "i Ral
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chei
Gale.
' I i Sermon: r i iii
l!el ii I- li i. -ti an I K,
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB.
95
LE Z A MORA. -M Z.imo:
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Cantor Ben Dickson.
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I .
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Wern'ck.
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Mltavah im ilon, i I
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vJenisti flcridiicJin
Friday. March 20, 196j
Schema on Jews Reported 'Bolder'
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIA The first
announcement that the Vatican
has rewritten its schema chapter
and that city's Federation of Jew- cussed end added that through
ish Agencies, Archbishop Krol! *he Council Fathers' interven-
tions "we realized we had some-
what underestimated the growth
lengthened schema chapters re- of the ecomenica| movement in
on Jews and made it "bolder" latin t0 Jews and "U*"" free' | the Church between the time the
dom would be presented to the
third session of the Ecumenical
Council, scheduled to convene in
Rome early in September. The
Archbishop is one of live under-
secretaries of the Council.
was given Mar. 10 at a meeting of j
Philadelphia Jewish leaders by
Archbishop John J. Krol. The
event marked the first address
made to a meeting of Jewish or-
ganizations by the head of the
Philadelphia Roman Catholic Dio-
ccsi -
Speaking before the Philadel-
phia Regional Board of the Anti-
Defamafion League of B'nai B'nth
Council was announced and the
time this schema came to the
floor." Therefore, he declared,
the schema has been strength-
ened "in accordance with the
wishes of the majority of spok-
en and written interventions."
He told his audience that the
vigorous discussion on the
schema during the second ses-
sion was nothing unusual. He
said every schema is so dis-
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An announcement by the Vati-
can action was made from Koine
the following day. It revealed
that the strengthened Ecumenical
schema was drafted in a working
session of the Ecumenical Coun-
cil's Secretariat for promoting
Christian Unity held near Rome
Irom Feb. 24 to Mar. 7 under the
! direction of Augiistin Cardinal
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About 2.000 amendments propos-
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' in many countries were consider-
ed in the revision. It has been
called more forceful than the ori-
: ginal schema because most of the
amendments reflect a "deep con-
I viction" that the Council must
condemn anti-Semitism and pro-
claim lreedom of conscience.
The rewritten text is not yet
available, but Archbishop Krol
noted that the original draft had
slated in effect that it is false and
injurious to brand the Jewish peo-
ple as deiddesslayers of God
and that the flew Testament "pro-
vides no valid basis, and should
not be distorted to provide a
screen for hatred and anti-Jewish
feelings or persecution."
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Friday. March 20, 1964
* kwlsti noridiain
DR. STANFORD TO RECEIVE AWARD
Annual ADL Regional Board Meeting Will
Hear Resignation of Nate Perlmutter
Page 13-A
LEGAL NOTICE
A highlight of the annual meet-
ng Hi the Florida Regional Board
i the Anti Defamation League of
Cnai B'rith will be a public fare-
ell to Nate Perlmutter, executive
irector of the Florida ADL office.
Perlmutter'8 resignation effec-
ive in June was announced Wed-
esday by Burnett Roth, chairman
I the Florida ADL board. Perl-
lutter will be leaving to assume
he executive directorship of the
ew York Regional Office of the
\DL.
Annual meeting of the Florida
board is scheduled for this Sun-
day at the Everglades Hotel. Is-
sues to be discussed will include
separation of church and state
here and discrimination in pri-
ate clubs.
Business sessions will begin at
30 a.m., in the Baynan Room of
v Everglades, with Board c hair-
an Roth conducting the meeting
,'i port will also be offered by
Seiderman, past Florida
nard chairman,
Highlight of the luncheon session
the presentation of the
: l L. Abess Human Rela-
\ ard to Dr. Henry King
president of tin- Univer-
. Miami.
Or. Stanford will receive the
award as a "resolute chompion
of man's right to freeiy pursue
ideas" and "for having zealously
protected the treasures of edu-
cation: to teach, to question, to
discover truth in an atmosphere
free of political restrictions."
The Abess award is presented
innually by the noted philanthro-
pist and long-time ADL leader. It .
ij'ludes a plaque and a grant of *"
[$1,000 to ADL for research in the
:ield of human relations.
DR. HENRY KING STANFORD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2872
l. s HLEASON, JR., b* Admlnlatratni
of Veterans Affnli-H, an Officer of
thi i Hi:.il Stats* ,.( Ami ii. a, and
.--mis in such offlci and
in- o til. Ir I'--1|
I'l iiiiii:l.
I'ARMKLO savciikz. ,-t ux, ei al,
I lefendnnts.
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T< I: CARM1____ .-,.'. in-./, and
i 'I I.I i \ SANCHEZ, h Wlf< If
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kiiiiuhi s i,f said i'. i. ndanla ii
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ih.-ir unknown helra, devisees,
-t.iitiH-s, assignees, creditor**,
I.. ii..i-.~. trustees, and ; II either
lieraona claiming by, through,
under or attains) these Defend-
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known:
VOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .i anil has been brouithl agalnsi
>mu by .1. E. Uleuson, JR., as Admin-
istrator of Vetcans Affairs, an flcer of i In- I'nl.ed States of Ameri-
ca, and his successors In such of-
fice, and his "i tii.ir assigns, to fore-
close a mortgage encumbering the i"l-
lowtna described property, to-wlt:
l.ol :, In Block 6, of CAR) IL CITY
I.AKI-: STEVEN ESTATES, ac-
cording i" the i'l.it thereof, as re-
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144. of the public records of I lade
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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ing Claims ..r De......ida Against Said
Hi
You an- hereb) notified and re-
i|uired i" p.,.-.in .hi' clalma and de-
iiiamis \\hi,-ii you may have agalnat
the eatate of Isadore Schwarta, a k a
laldor Schwaru, a k a Isidore Sch-
ivorta deceased late of Dade County,
Elorida, in ili.- County Judges ol Dade
Count}-, and file the sain.- in duplicate
anil as provided iii Section 733.16,
Klorlda Statutes, in their offlci In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Elorida, within six calendar montha
'.....i the time of the first publication
hereof, ,.i the same "ill in- barred.
Dated al Mi mil. Elorida, ilii.- Srd
da) of March, AM 1964,
Rl'DOLPH SCHWARTZ
As Administrator
First publication of this notl......n
ih.' 13th .lay of March, ISM.
I I 'Will LIEBMAN
Attorney for Administrator
20 S.K. I si Ave,
Miami. Florida
3 13-20-27, i 3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the iMMli-i'siKinil, !-ii inn to engata
in business under the flclttloda nun
of CCSTOMER RELATION SERVICE
.ii Suite i". 420 Lincoln Road, lllai i
Beach, Pin., Int' nd i" register
ii.in., u iili the 'lerk of the Cli"cuil
Court "i Did. County, Florida.
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Sole i Iwner
P.U'L KWITNBV
HILVERSTEI N, KWITNEY
& i ;i li'DISS'
Attorne} for A ppllcant
120 Lincoln Road
3. 13-.'0-27. I 3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-21214
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the undersigned, desiring t.....gagi In
business under the fictitious name of
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to register said name with the Clerk
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Elorida,
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FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
AT LAW
No. 64L 743
ii >YCB I'Rii I-:I:tiks. IXC, and
L'AKI >l.. INC., "f MARGATE,
Petitioners,
RR( i.\ I 'Mm IR Hi >MES, INC and
NATHAN R. l:i >l il '.
R-H|mndent8.
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEED.NG TO
RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE
T i I'.ltl lAIlMlli IR III '.\li:s. I\c a
Klorid.i ... ] ralloii.....1 N VTH \ \
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r.i.-ir noniliM Hfler (lnte, fi r vain.-
ived, \\< inomlHi t.. pa\ Ui lh<
ol UiYfU I'Rol'KR I'lKS, IN"'' .
.i Hoi' In cm-pora! ion, and CAR) 'I..
INC. "I MAHUATK, a l-'lorlilu corp-
oration, 1-*.> i:- Thoimand |.'i\.- llun-
ih.-.l i -" I.'.........i I '.I lars, payable al
the Bank ..r I mil. County, North
Miami Reach, Florida, with interest
thereon <>i fi i-r rent, pei annum
from date until fully paid. The
maker and endorser of this note
further BKree to waive demand, no-
iii.....f non-payment and protest,
and in case suit shall be broug-hl for
the collection hereof, or the sum.
has tn be collected upon demand of
an attorney, t.. jia> reasonable at-
torney's fees for making such col-
lection.
This note may lie prepaid at any-
time and in any amount without
penalty.
This note is snliject to the terms
of uii Agreement of Warranty by
and between the parties dated June
28, 1361'.
This Is one of a series of notes
numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4, executed
this day by the uiiili rsigned. default
.if which will cause the remaining
notes to Immediately mature.
BROADMOOR HOMES. INC
a Florida corporation
By: // Nathan B. Rood (seall
President, Nathan B. Rood
Attest: 8/ Lillian i". Souverin (seal)
Secretary, Lillian C. Souverin
(SAID NOTE PERSONALLY. EN-
DORSED IIV NATHAN il. ROOD)
which promissory note is alleged in
said Petition to have been lost, mis-
la;,l or stolen, should nol be re-estab-
lished, and i" which said promissory
noie the saiil Petition prays that a
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tablished as and in li.-u ot the orig-
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note be decreed to be the sole and
rightful property of JOYCE PRtH'-
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MARUATE.
HEREIN PAIL N( IT.
WITNESS my ban,l and seal of said
f'ourl al the Counts Court House,
Dade County, Florida, this 5th day ui
March, 1964.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of said Court
(seal) By: c. P. COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
sro.NDKi: ami BLOOM
Attorneys for Petitioners
\'H S.K. 125th Street
North .Miami. Florida 3S161
759-8338
:i IS-20-S7, I 8
application for a tax deed i"
be Issui d ili' eon. Said Certlfl iti
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade, Si
,,f Florida, to-wlt:
i: 20 Ft M I. of W :l77.ii Ft M/L
,.f S 1". Ft of NVV l-l ,,r SW l-l
,,r bWl-4 lass s 25 Ft Section
34, Township 52 South, Range ll
liast, containing 08 Acres mor<
.... t..^-u i, tl,,. Pminlv of liadc.
I.
J .'II .A. 1 ... III--.-
. the County of Dade,
State of Florida.
i'ii, assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name < Sidney Cooper.
I'nless said certificate shall be r. -
deemed according t" law, the property
described herein "ill be Bold i" the
highest bidder al (he Court Hi
door on the first M.....lay in the month
of Vprll, I984, which is the *J11 da
..I April, I94.
Date ,i -lii- 2nd (1 is of March,
K. B. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk
i 'ii -i .nit. l >ade County, Florid i
ii 'ii cull i'
Us It. M. LEEPER, DC.

NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 64C 2021
SAM -
\NNA BARD -- I 11 :> 111..
11. r, n rant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You VNNA BAKU SPIEC.EL
h, reb\ IK lifled Compls I
|l ,..,. ,- has 'ii n file 1 Hgalnsl yu
and you an req tired to sery.
copy "f your Answer or Pleading
,;. Complainl on the Plaintiffs at-
torney. Ki.MMKI. & R"BR8i .':"
, ,. ,,|M i:.....i. Miami Beach, Florldn
. and file the original Answi r a
other I'leading In the office "i th>
,-|, rk of Hi. Clivull Court no pr De
fore ih- nib day of April. 1984, 11
I *,,u fail t" '1" s... Judgment by de-
fault win be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint
"This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
ill T1I1C JEWISH FI.i 'HUMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 11th day Of March, AD.
K. B. I.F.ATHKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, I'ade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ,
By: L SNEEDEN, Deputy t lerk
Kii.MMF.l. & KiKiKRS
420 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139^^,,. m
OF
KV**
MIAMI BEACH
301 -41st Street (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) at Pinetree Drive / Phone: Jefferson 2-6451
m
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62391 A
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL I,. CURTIS,
I ieceased.
CREDITORS
and All Persona
1 i. mands Agalnat
notified and re-
m> claims and de-
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having claims or
Said Estate:
Y.iu arc hereby
quired t" prosenl
mands which you may have against
tlu .slate of SAMUEL I.. Cl'RTiS
deceased late of Dad,- County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Made
County, and rile the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 73S.lt,
Florida Statutes, in their ntflces in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, I-loiida, within six calendar
months from the time Of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
I'al.-.i at Miami, l-l. i ida. this 12th
day of March. AD. 1!>64.
s BERTHA CURTIS
BERTHA OURTIS, also known as
BIRDIE Cl'RTIS
\s Executrix
Plrsl publican,in ,.t this notice on
tlie L'ntb day of March. 19H4.
ARONOVITZ, SILVER *i SCHER
Attorneys for Executrix
6 U Alnal -> Building, Miami. Fhv
I W-27 4/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62349-A
in RE: Estate of
1. a JONES, also Knoyn as
LESLIE ALLAN JONES,
Deceased. ___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You arc hcr.by notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mand- which you may have against
the .--late nf I.. A. JONES, also
known as LESLIE ALLAN JONES
deceased late "f Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file tin same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
Hi. Cunity Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
or the same n ill be bai i, d
Dated at Miami. I'l..rida. this Hull
,la\ of March, A.D. 1964
A. JAY CRISTOL
As Administrator
Flrsi publication of this notice on
the 13th day "I March. 1964.
A. JAY CRISTOL,
Attorney for Administrator
li'.th Floor, Dade Federal Hldg.
21 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Fla
3 i:',-20-27. 4/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. I NPROBATE
No. 61748-A
in RE: Estate of
BERTRUM H. ROGERS, S*R.
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which > ou may have against
the estate of hertrpm H. rookrs.
SR.. deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
in duplicate and as provided in Sec-
tion 733.16. Horlda Statutes, In their
Offices in the County Courthouse in
Oade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same,
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4th
day of March. A.D. 1964.
CHARLE8 B. rim;Kits
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
tin 6th day of March, 1964.
SHF.V1N. iMHiDMAN & HOLTZMAN
By: SYLVAN N. HOLTZMAN
Attorney for Administrator
346 S. ybold Itnilding
Miami 32, Florida
3/6-13-20-27


Page 14-A
*. let* isf> RwMfotl
Friday, March 20, 1364
Pope Hopes for Friendly Catholic Jewish Ties
Continued from Page 1 -A
( atholic-Jewish relations is con-
Jews, "addressing themselves ion us sot lorth in the Universa
principally to the spirit of the
Declaration," find it is "cogently
cedM by the Jewiab people to be responsive to the GoJ-given dig-
"singularly a matter of religious nity of every man and his freedom
thought," Mr. Katz said that the ol thought, conscience and rehg-
Kneseth Israel Announces the Erection
Of a Mechitzah' in the Congregation
1415 Euclid Ave., this week an- King Solomon and rebuilt during
nounced it will erect a "mechit- tno dav of Cyrus lhc Great." Dub-
zah" in its sanctuary. ,, ._. .
Im said. 'The Holy Temple built
Louis Dublin, president, said by King Solomon had separate
ihat the decision was "unanimous- .
,...., places of worship for men and
ly reached at a general member- r K
women, with a separation between
Ihem to decrease probable frivol-
ity between men and women.
"Jewish law has always felt!
that when man and woman come
to a synagogue, they are having
a private audience with their,
"Every synagogue is patterned Maker in Heaven, and to insure I
i sense of sanctity and dclibera-'
tinn of thought, it is a tradition in ,
I Jewish life that the men and wom-
en do not pray together.
"Throughout the years, with
the ac/vent of the Conservative
and Reform movements, many
traditional synagogues have for-
saken this tradition, but recent-
ly with the growth of yeshivoth
and schools in America, syna-
gogues are again turning back
to tradition in a desire to mod-
el their places of worship after
the Holy Temple," Dublin ex-
plained.
Officers of the congregation who
were active in the project are
Hebrew incunabula dated prior to Louis Dublin, president; Philip
the year 1500. not already in a mu- Weiss, first vice president: Sam-
eum collection. Printed before uel Lerner. second vice president;
'".uttenberg's invention of the mov- Joseph Nadler. third vice presi-
able press, it took two years to dent; Milton Kahn, treasurer;
oe completed, was started in Son- David Eisenstein. chairman of the
cino and finished in Casal Mag- board; and Harry Rosen, board
viore. both in Italy. member.
-hip meeting uf the congregation.
A "mechitzah" is a wall-like
structure designed to separate
the individual sections of ortho-
dox synagogues in which men
and women are seated.
after the Holy Temple built by
Prayer Book
Added to Show
At Temple Israel
Horuitz Exhibit of Jewish Cer-
emonial Art now on display in the
Museum ol the Community House
of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
recently added the first printed |
Jewish Prayer Book known as an
mcunabulum, a work from the
"cradle"' days of printing.
It bears the dates of 1485 and i
;48G and is only one of 35 known
REMEMBER
The memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the Chometr -Grandpa
poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and IheChorachesputting on the
new suit of clothes and shoespockets full of hazel nutsand almondsanxiously
waiting for the Seder to startUncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always latethe whoHM
family togetherGrandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair bends:
himGrandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, hej
called herthe Unleash and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah and the answer given-
with Grandpa's voice ringing out ever allthe first half of the Hagadah almost over-
even the bitter herbs tasted so goodPassmr it was always "strong"aH were com*
palled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt waterand
then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandmawe ateand
ate and then the "Benches''and the rest of the Hagadahand some more cups of
wineand the opening of the doorand the stories of how in the old country someone
frightened the whole family by appearing at that doorbut best of all the fongs with |
which the second half of the Hagadah aboundand the feeling of drowsinesscontent* 1
mentand the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more........
MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY. It 1.}
Producers of Traditional Passover Wines,
Declaration of Human Rights and
in-the concept of the brotherhood
and equality of man before God."
Validation of the ideals inher-
ent in these declarations, through
authoritative action by the
Church,-' continued Mr. Katz "will
strengthen them and their high
moral purpose in our time and,
even more, impart their lasting
and constructive impact for a con-
tinuing and maturing harmony and
mutual understanding among men
of succeeding generations."
Augustin Cardinal Bea, presi-
dent of the Vatican's Secretariat
for the Promotion of Christian
Unity, and architect of the last
Ecumenical Council's draft pro-
posal for improving relationships
between Catholics and Jews, told
and audience of 4,000 persons in
Cologne, Germany, that, to under-
stand the historical significance |
of that document, one must keep
in mind "the long, sad history of
Jewish-Christian relations, includ-
ing the factor of anti-Semitism."
Cardinal Bea was one of the
speakers here Monday at cere-
monies concluding observance
of Brotherhood Week in connec-
tion with the exhibition, Monu-
menta Judaica, which has been
viewed by 100,000 persons since
it opened at the Fair Grounds
here four months ago. Sharing
the platform with him were a
Lutheran Bishop, Dr. Wilhelm
Staehlin; and a Jewish educator,
Dr. Ernst Simon, of the Hebrew
University at Jerusalem.
The draft of the Ecumenical
Council's document dealing with
Christian-Jewish relations, said
Cardinal Bea. followed a concrete
wish of the late Pope John XXIII,
who had summoned the Council.
The last Council session's post-
ponement of a decision on that is
sue, said the cardinal, should not
be underestimated. That delay, he
declared, furnishes a means
whereby many of the Council fa-
thers might have the opportunity
to think about it. It is not easy for
many bishops, he said, to come to
terms quickly "with a problem as
diiiicult as this." Further :jr<\
that, he told the audience. : -fnd
In "improper and Imprudei t" lor
him to make any other st merit
regarding the document.
Dr. Simon, in his addres-. called
attention to the Jewish-Cr.nstian
document before the Ecumenical
Council, saying it is "everyone's
hope that the initial impulses from
the second session of the Council
would lead to beneficial results.''
Among other prominent religious
leaders at the ceremonie- were
Joseph Cardinal Frings. Arch-
bishop of Cologne; and tb.-; Rev.
Corrado Bafile. the Papal Nuncii
in Germany.
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wdr March 20. 1964
-Jrwldh Meridian
Paqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
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Id
I.VI
NOTXE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
It. HEREBY QIVKN that
,i, Hiring tc. engage i"
the flctltlouii names
KM. CARPETING: CEN-
......I covwivrt: ">
tRPET SERVICE; CBN-
,!,,,. I Cl.>.... I... nl .- ....
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami
ml. ml- to regisli i
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BY HENRY LEONARD
T-r COUNTY JUDGES COURT|
N l'.O FOR DADE COUNTY, |
r -RIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62407-A
;*tale ..i
k dh'kler pettkr
>: -ice to creditors
mis .mil all t'erwma
rtiii iiln..... I "emends Against
.1
. herebj notified ami re- I
pi.. nl ? claims and di
;. h \ in maj :i t\. i ,i insi
-.- .i iihssik IMt'KLER
rT- il'i sed late of lHide <'nun*
i-" .i, tci ih.- County Judges hi
l, inty, :tn> 1 file Ho- mine in
jli | .in.) .i- iM-ortded In s--..ii.
It, irlda Statutes, In their of-
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l,. i my. Fiorina, within si* rai-
,,i inthti ( mil Hit time of Ihe
i i ii nl Ion hereof, or the same
i ..ii. .I.
i. it Miami, Florida, this 2ml
larch, a l> 1964.
- I>NKV .1. i>I'-ki.i:i:
\- Executor
ii- iltlif iiii.n i.f this not.....i
U of March, l!"'. I
\ KINK & F'l IRMAN
,11 for Fixe, nun
. Bldg.
:: i,-:
Tt-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N -'D FOR DADE COUNTY,
f.ORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62310-B
:-l:il- of
IRK S. F'RIKDWAI.D.
. ised.
:tice TO CREDITORS
\ redltoi anil all l rsons
in- 'lalnis hi I .niiii.il- Against
l lei
. hereby notified nn I re-
in .-int .my claims ;i n i lie-
nlch ^, .ii ma) have nmtlnst
. ..i lenore s. i'i;ii:n-
ceased late of Dade Colin-
,i. to ihf County Judge* ,.i
inty, and file the name In
and ii* provided in Section
"l Ida Statutes, In lli.-ir of-
the Counts Courthotmi
C ntj I- l"i nl.i. itliin -i v i il-
i mths ti tin -tin- time il the
lint Inn Ii. v..I, i.i ii. -:......
nrred
I Miami, Florida, th
itch, A.I'. !'' .
>rgi: i itii:i>\\ vi.i."
\s Executor
ihllcaii..n .t tin- notl.....n
I uf March, l64
il. ritAlltUi
... 'Nl.il.-
tlul'onl Building,
. I'l.-i i i
r- COUNTY JUDGES COURT
- D FOR DADE COUNTY.
-.;RIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61963-C
i.f
'i i. Mini:.-'.
"vCTICE TO CREDITORS
"tflili., > .illtl nil I I -: -
t- Inim. or Demands Altai '
I ::
lr *. li\ ni'i!fled ii'i'1 rt-
esent ,in\ claims, and ilt -
hlch > nn tii;i> have .in i
..i SARAH I.AI'll >l-:s. .....
ii : 11 ide Count]. Florid t,
nil) .In.In,.- nf Dade Coun-
lle the name in duplicate
\ Ided in s.-.-ti..n 733.16,
-i.itntt--. In their otfievs m
ii v Courthouse In Hade
'lorliln, irithln six caleiulai
n. the time t.r the fli>l
i hereof, or the name ^ '
"I Just don'f understand it, Doctor. Somehow I
feel lots better when I'm a little bit miserable."
Ceor. 19*4, Doycng frojml'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'ollii: IS HEREBY (ilVKN that
the undeaiitnud, dealring to enirace I
in l.iiKhi.--.- 11ml. i the ii.iiii.Hi- n-ime '
nf YAlM .v ASSOCIATES nl 39 N.W.
".;tli Street, Miami, intend to i.-i-
t.r -:ii.l mime "i.li the Clerk "f the
Circuit Court "i i'mii- County, i-'i'.t
Ida.
KMH.E YAM
ii:i:i> ii. wii.i.iams
RICHARD IIRK'KMAN |
MYKltS, HEIMAN .s, KAI'LAN
Ai torne> h for Applicant
ll.'.n H.W, Iki miiH
i 28, 3 8-13-20 |
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 60854
In RE: KVtnle ol
ATTH.lt OKMAR i'MAS-MI.
I leceaned.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All IVi'imhi* Hav-
ing I'lnini- or LHmande Axainal Said
bjeluti
Yon tire hereb} notlfleil and re-
quired t" I'f-.-i-iit an> clulnm and
demand* which >ou mu.i have aitalnat
the f-tntf of ATTIIJO DEMAK CO-
MAsi'lll. deceaaeil late o( l>nde Coun-
ty, Florida, t" ti- Countj Judges of
limit- County, and iii
duplicate nn
733.16, iii.ri.i.i Matutee, In their ot-
flcee In Ihe Countj Courthouse In
Dude i'.....ity, Klnrlda. within -i\ cal-
endar .....mil- 11..m the time ol the
first publication hereof, or the name
will be barred.
Dated ni Miniii. Florida, tins *th
day "i March, A.l. IMM.
SANKOlll' S. KAl'XCK
Ae Executor
l-'ii-t public it ion of ilii- nol Ii on
the (tit .lux ..i March. I4.
I- \l\ii:. H.NK .v rXjiUMA.N ,
Attorney for Kxi cutor
i:,iij i'..iiL;i-t llldg., Miami, lln.
;; ii-13-30-27
in.
in
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2378
KLT.A RODIliliCKZ UARCIA,
Plaintiff,
LIIS A. OARCIA,
Defendalit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: l.l'IS A. UARCIA
i nil,- 13, No. J
Parcela '*. Mansana Ti
Rpto, i: ihla Comerclul
QuanabaouR, Habana
Cuba
YOC ARE HEREBY SoTH'IEU
ha*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2068
JOSKI'HINK KI.L.AIH),
Plaintiff,
VH.
DICSMONI > EI.T..VRD,
I '.I. ml.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AND OR ANNULMENT
i' i I'.sini.ml Bllard
. o Sol man Kllard
4 in-.' t >lil i Irchard
Montreal, Canada
You, I'KSMnN'i" i:i.l. \l:i' .ii. here--
by i. -11ii..I thnt n Dill of Complaint I
for IMvorce and/or Annulment ha*1,
been filt-il agalnal you, and you are I
r..iuii.,i to eerve a copy of your An-1
.-iv.-1 or Pleading to the Bill of Com-i
ai.kx \\i ii:k. One Lincoln Road
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*"Jet%isti Fkridliiari
ollcitg your legal notictM.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
i :-- provided In Bectlon thai n Comphtint for Dlvon
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59615-C
IN RE: Kutnte i I
JL'I.IA K. Ill I '1'
|i., ,.,-.,I
l.....n filed agalnet you and you m. i:a YMi i.\ !:i:lisli:.
required to nerve a copy of your An-
swer "ii the Plaintiffs Attorney,
ROYAL F'LAUtl JONAb', 120 7i.-t
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 33141,
ami file the i rlginal Answer in the
Office of the Clerk of ttu- Circuit
Court mi or before the 6th day of
April, IM4. ii you full t.. do .-... the
allegatlonii "l >.ii taken i- '"lit.m-'l by yuu.
DATED tin- tnd daj of March,
IM4
i: K i.i:.\tiii:i:.ma.s". Clerk
Uy: i' I*. <'iil'l-.'LA.NIi,
i ?. I'Nty Clerk
:: 'I-13-.'"-.7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 4MC ?'U
Lllxil.l'll M OARVIN,
l'lninlill,
PANSY OAY OARVIN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: TANSY OAY OARVIN
Weal Bay, rirand Caj man I-' '
Bldgr., Miami Beach, Fla. and file th-, "''^^ir- ... nAHVIN ,.
orlKlual vn-w.-r ,.r Pleading In the, y".u A>*\ ,,' iii i r ",,,
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. SOI., W'pfD.y """'"> lhal BiU of Com.
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nllm i"r Divorce has i.....' "J
..ii ,., before the lath day of March.' agalnH you, and >oui are raqulred
H.64. If you fall........., ludgmen -' '"'',,; "'"' ..v'"".'"'.' V "u '
by default will be taken against yon V|,ihe ''," "' "'""v ,"r, ,^ v
Miami, Florida anil rlli Ihe original
Answer or Pleading In ihe office of
Ihe i "lei k "f the Clrcnll ..... '
DoNK AND ORDERED at Miami, he-fore the 27th day of March, IM4.
Florida, thin 24th du> ol Februury, If you full to do ao. Judgment bj m
v l, ,;, fault ill in- takftt nunlnsl sou t n
E. II". I.KATHERMAX. Clerk. I"1" 'l.i-1 demanded In the Bill of
Circuit Court, Dude County, l-'loridii .''''.',", '"''- ,- ,
,..,!, ||v. | SNKKI'KN This notice shall lie published nni e
iioi, .'u-'i-lii'li leach week four consecutlvi wet-l -
, in THE JKWIS'H II.' 'I'.ll'l.'N.
IM>NE AND miDKRED til Minnii,
s ; .;-ri-"ii I ''' i''n tin. 2.1th duj of F*ebruar>,
___,------------------------------" -------2.1 A. D. 1964.
NOTICE TO DEFEND K. I' I.EATTIKRMAN. H-'k,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Circuit Court, Dade Coent> l-.....da
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF faoal) Bv: Mat.....' >e Mortol'd
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE l.i. itv Pb-i k
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. MII.TOX A. FRIEDMAN eW
No. 64C 2161 | nil Alnsley BulluinK
lomplaiut.
This notice ahall be published once
each week for tout consecutive weeka
in THE .ll-:\\ISll F'l.ORIDAN,
SOL ALEXANDER
uti.i m> for Plaintiff
Minnii 32, Florida
. .'. tti.rnt \ for Tin in: Iff

rjOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD:CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 2294
Plaintiff,
\ >.
ANGELINA BELISLE,
I lefendant.
Vul ANUET.INA BELISLE, 138
SAYLES STREET, WuOXBOCKET, I
ciH'l'i: island, are notified to file I
your Answer to ilii* Complaint ft.i '
Divorce iiii the Court's Clerk, and
mall ti copy t" plaintiff's attorneys,
CtlltlSTIK AND LEVKNSTKl.X, lilil
Coral Way. Miami I".. Florida, on or I innnnnvnTUVRVH
before the 3lal da) of March. I!'64, J '......I-A8 OORDtN KTE\ KN
else the Complain) will !> taken .i.-.'i UJ '
,-..,if..v..,l l.v ,,, I'. 1,-n.l.i i '
pat.':.'. February 26. 1961. NTICE OF SUIT
.: .: I.KATHl-.a.oA.N, L'
i 'Ircuil i '"it't. I Mil- i '.I'.im v. I- li i.i.i
i-,il. II K. M LYMAN
I leput) iei k
2 28, 3 6-13-20
.:-':-.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOP ">OE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2671
THE VVILLIA MSBCRHH
SAVINGS HANK,
Plaintiff,
\.-.
NOTICE Uf n-.lENT.ON TO MA^EI u |,|;|.:y \- KIRK PA TRICK,
APPLICAT.O-J FOR DISTRIBUTION l'lninlill,
AND FINAL DISCHARGE : .VB.
NOTICE i- herebj ^ lhal I ka\'ID P. KIRKPATRICK.
havi im i Final Kt-i'i'tt nmI Petition Deletidant.
t,.i Distribution and Final Dlscnurge suit for DIVORCE
i Executor l Hi- estate "i JCL1A T.....\\i|. I--. KIRKl'ATRICK
i:. Rl'DD, deceased: and that on the Hilda, Illinois
l:tth duj "t April, 11'64, ill apply to y,,,, i.avi,i I-. Kirkpatrlck, are
the lion nable founty Judges of hereb} notlfleil thai u Bill of Com-
I hi ile I'oiint}, F'lorldu, for approval "i plulnl for Dlvoive htm been filed
said Final Report and for dlstribu- UKa|n|
NOTICE BY PUBLII" AT">M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCFRY,
No. 64C 21*2
\l VROARET K VAI.ISK \.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
riE. iR.if: vai.i -ka.
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
lion and final discharge u Bxecutor
i in.
-,-iv >
ti, nml you are required TO: tlEORQE VA1.1SKA
py of your Anawer or n I". Pereaaenyl
. stati
Ml .mi, i'l"i Ida, this
i l.il%. AD. l'.M.I.
m:i: LA FIDES
\s Administrator
Ion i.i ilii- in.i
>i of March, l64.
KSSKN
for .lilinini-i nl"i
I Hl.iii
L'ltl
Ivi'fdent. This 6th daj of March, IH4.
DANIEL A. Rl'DD, ExcOUtol
bj Itei in...i i i---. Atiorm >
IIICUMAN T ISIS
p.i i i'.i.s im;
I'..ml lnl.lt -. Fla
:: I :-l'ii-:'T._4J1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. iN CHANCERY
No 64C 2456
IN THE MAT t Kl! "i THE
\ i ii i.- ril IN "I'
tn. above-named | )>ieadiuu i" the Bill of Complaint on
\ \ Th i.NKTTK I 'AVI
\ initi"! hilil
.,, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
III
NOTICE UNDER
"ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY U1VK.N lhal
- .-ii..i. ilesirlng in cllgagi
- nn.I. (he ti. tltlous n.init
Ii CHRIS IIM. I A\ IS
Rouie No. 1
I ln\ isbio, tieoi
Vof, CHRISTINE DAMS, are
I hei'eb} notllii J that h Petition for
(i.l;> .,,..7 v,,.,|.i.ii lias been iii"l In il- above
ij i,-,i r.....t nml you are required tc
in, i in i iginal .iii>v\. r i
I., show cause wh>
should ......... grunted III the ofllce
, the 'It rk ..t tin above styled < ourt.
the l'lninlill'.- attorney, ainsi.i-:i-:
It. FVnlie. Suite 20X-2W :'::i"i B.W.
:i".i'.ii Tlth Street, Apartment 601
.lark-mi Height*, New Yofk
Ymi IIEORIlE VAI.ISK A
Marianne Stevena. hi- i> Ifi .
617 l.nk.- Shore Rouleiard
RiH-hester, New York
V..n are herebj notified lhal
ibove caplloned action has been iii-n-
!-.u.-.| agi'lnsi yuu In Ihe t'ircult Court
of the Eleventh Judicial i 'Ircuil ol
i i.. in in and for Dade Countj '
foreclose -i mortgage upon tin follow
;,, j ,i, rlbi 'I n -il propert) :
L'.t v. Block WKSTHAVEN
111:'i:I its. nccordlni t" Ihe lint
thereof, in.....led In Plat Bonk SO ul
Page ::i of Ihe Public R.......I- ol
I lade Count} Florida, together with
lit.i Water Until. Venetian Blinds
Cone. Garbage Bin w Cans; am
Cone. Clothes Poh .-
You are required I" file J'our nn-
-.-! in plaintiff's complaint with tim
Clerk of the nforeaald Court, ""!
seive n cop} thereof uiaui plaintiffs
here- attorne} maiitin" i-mni:. nth Flooi
Unde Federal Building, Miami
III > 1-. A.M i ilil tr.iii'.i t ni .,ii..,iii, r ...... --. --- ,.-., .- ,. ,
Florida, nn- *h da) of February, | relM demi.....c.l In Urn BUI ol Com-
A D IM4.
I-: i: LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit I'i'iiii Seal)
plaint.
I This nnth
Uy; I, s UePIETRO
I. iinv Clerk
AINSLBE R. FERDIE
Suite 202-264
2315 s.w I.e.leune Road
1.1,-t-tinn- I Coral Gables, Florida 33134
i.i petition iit-jiilN
3 6-13-20-2
.nni copn ih. ri i.....i the attorney foi
, |Vi........... i'AM.KI '' SMI I II.
- i'i:i '.'i:i;iii:s nl mi Lln- u,n NU Xi>rili River Drive, Miami,
Miami Beach, Fla., intend sloriila, on ." beiure Ihe Hlh da} of
f* wild name with ihe clerk j April, r.'64
' nil .nn i uf Dade "otin-
I loiuiE MILLER and
;l v MILLER, his wife
11'ndivlded ."." i
., V.N Kri:i..\\i,i--.i: and
KrRl.AjJDER, hi- wife
Undivided :'.".' i
IRENE I.ERKKR
1 l'ii'li\ i.i. il ]:,'; i
IIKIMAN .i. KAI'LAN'
." i"i Vpplicanta
i si ..
:: 6-13-20-21
,,TNT!CE UNDER
^TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HERI-niY GIVEN that
sikri, .i. desiring i" eng.ige
Ii tin- fictitious name
[' '' i' ff:al window <"
S W :.H, ri In the
. "' i Florida, intend! to
mime with ..... Clerk
1 ourt of Dade Coun-
Florida, tins 26th
'"briiuri ... i
I II l\,'KTTI
VN ,v HOLTZMAN
.;, 6-13-20-27 I
ili. i. i- no kl.own uildreas of VFJ-
li-'m: JORDAN, Ihe nutural rather,
,,n.i nit. .mi-, ill seiin n. tm whi re-
...... .,.- ..I V1.LENE JtUtDAN la un-
known. ,, .
Ill- RFIIN FAIL NOT, "I Ih. I'ln'
requested by the Petit.....era, shall be
B'dATF:D il"- :"h da) "I Mnivh. 1*64.
i: B. LKATHERMAX. Clerk
,n me iii'iiu i 'nn I
,.,nli B} : C. P. CUl'Li-ANI'
ii.-,uii> Ciera
a I3-2Q-2*. ':
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTIl l- IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deelrlng t" engage
m buaiiu -- "... r in. in uii'.us name
oj \ ,\ .' SALES AGF.NO at .nil
Southwest Eighth Street, Miami, Flor-
ida mi. nde ..- n i"i .....in- iU'
,,,, i ., i in,- Ciixuil Louil "i Dade
i 'uUllt) ii' '
BEAI IV AND ItARIIER
LIES, IN''
Attorneys
-.1, \, n.. i HIED F.IL, l--'i-
4n; I .ii In R".ul iiu i"-i'-
Miami '....-..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62049-B
In l!L': Kslnle ol
AL'Ul'STA I.I I'.ASi'l,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and all Peraons
Having Claims or Demands Agalusl
Said Kstnti :
You re hereby notified and re-
quired In present uny claime and de-
mands Hiin-h you may have uunlnst
the state uf AfOt'STA LI LA.-.'l
,i, 'eased UHp ol Dade County, Flor-
ida, t" the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and .i- provided In Section 7".; i*.
ii,.mi i Statutes, In their offices In
Hi, <'..nnt> Courthouse in Bade Coun-
lv, Flotilla, within six calendar
nn
pii
I .. | ;._,,.._; i .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT "
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
shall hr published nn. NAME LAW
h week fir four consecutive weeks NOTCE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
in THE JEWISH F'l.ORIDIAN the undersigned, desiring to engagi I)
DoNF: AND ORDERED al Miami, business under the fictitious name ol
Florida Uiis 25th daj >'f February, l TRC-HT cnri'i-:i: ut nmn N.W. '7tii
\ n i'.'.-.i I Avenue, Miami, F'lorldu Intends to
i: i: I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, [register said n wl Ii the Clerk nl
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida I the Circuit Court of Dude County,
(seal) It) : K. M. LYMAN Florida.
Deput) Clerk JA8AN RADDING
i :..iiim.'iii. I'.ti.lsieln .v Pncsier i Sole Owner
:'i"l West Flngler Street
\l [ami, I lo. '-ii
Attorneys for Plaintiff in and for dade county,
2 2S, 3 B-1S-20 FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 62269-C Clark
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I IN l:K: Estate of
FLORIDA IN PROBATE LollSL PERKINS,
No. 61958 A Deceased
IN RE Estate of NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ISADORE SPIEGEL To All Creditors and Vll Persons Hav>
Deceased, inn Claims or Demands Aaanit buid
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate:
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv- jou are hereby notified and re-
,., cininm .. Demands AgnlBsl Bald QOlred i" present an} cbilmi and m
j.-^j.,,, iiinnii- lil.-ii you mil) nave against
You ore herebv notified and raqulr- >"' eatate "f Lolls I-: PERKINS d. -
ed to present an) claims and demands ceasetl late "t Dade County, Florida,
which you nmv h:iv.- against the es- to the Count) Judges ol I hide Count).
late of ISADORE SPIEGEL decensed.and file the same In duplicate and as
late ut Dade County, Florida, t.. the provided In Section i33.ltt, Florida
County Judges of Dade County, and Stntutes, In their offices in the Coun-
rile tiff- Mm- in duplicate and ns pro- ') Courthouse In Dade County, i
vlded i Section 733.16, Florida Stat- Ida, withi- r\x calendar months from
the lit"'' of the first I utes, In their offices in Ihe County' the time of the rirst publication here-
bllcatinn hereof, or the s....... will | >urthous. in Dade County, Florida, >'<_> the same will be l.-rrei
i.. barred.
I'.(..I nl**ilintili. Florida, tins :'illi
daj ul rVbruary, A.U l64
|.i.|"S I.I I'.ASI I
\- vdmlnlstrator
First publlcatl >n of this notice n
tin- 6th da) "i Man h, l64.
S| | i:\IN. G......MAN .v HOLTZMAN
11, -. Ivan S Holtaman
Attorni for Ad nlnlsiralot
11\,.1.1 I'.ulMing
12, F'lorld.1 ,
within si, calendar months (rom the Dated .it Miami, Florida, iliis :i-t
time the first publication hereof, or da) "i FVbruary, V.D. last,
the same ili be harriil, ) BESSIE 1'KRKINS
Dated at Minnii. Florida, this 25th' MARVIN PERKINS
da] ..I February, A.D. 11*64. i BARXETT ROBINRON, JR
LILLIAN SP1FX1EL As Executors
As Aiiminlstnitri.N l'ii-t publication m tii1- notice on
l-'iist publication of this notice on Ihe 28th day ': February, 19(4,
Ih. 2Sth of February, IBfl i HARRIS'* ROBINSON
ROBER1 I' TRAI'RIti Attorneys for Co-executors
VdmlnWtratrix 12th F'.....i Daili > r..i i.i.ig.
la Ah.nm Miami. Florida 13131
. 28, a, 0-13-20
; 28, ,:. 6-lJ-Ji)
\


* i/macli mturlrHrun
Friday. March 20, 1964
Fage 16-A_______________________________________
" .specifically what would have hap-, piled crisply: "Nothing woulT
Auschwitz Trial Hears More Gruesome Testimony \^MJgtt2k SKl^t
a, the .am,, had no ,eew.y in, have been hilled or Imprisoned J.the selection o^rlsoner. <- human, physlcmns a, fc
their actions because they woulu tor disobedience. He was asked death 01
Continued from Page 1-A
kenau. The trial of the 22, charg-
ed with involvement in the war-
time slaughter of between 3,000,-
000 and 4,000,000 victims, most of
them Jews, is the biggest in West
Germany since the Allied Nurem-
berg trials.
Another witness was Dr. Wil-
helm Mench, a former SS doe-
tor at Auschwitz who was acquit-
ted of war crimes by a Polish
court in 1944. Dr. Mench, testi-
fying for the second time, re-
peated his statement that none
of the camp doctors had been
compelled to participate in the
selection of inmates for the
camp's gas chambers. The wit-
ness, who was assigned to the
camp by the SS Hygenic Insti- I
tute in Berlin, testified that he
objected to taking part in any
action which led to the death of
prisoners and "I got away with
it."
Asserting that he remained in
the camp to help prisoners, he
testified that 'there was plenty
01 good that one could do to help
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bers of a committee meeting in the home of Mrs. Robert
Sussmcn, 7932 SW 13th St., plan iheir participation in the
.New Look of '64 Luncheon'' of the Younq Women's Division
o: Combined Jewish Appeal taking place at 'he Dupont Plaza
Hotel on Tuesdo". Left to riaht aro Mis. Sussman,- Mrs. Leo
Scherker, 185 SW 85th Ave.; Mrs. Solomon Lcnster, 8530 SW
20th St.; Mrs. Howard Trinz, of Coral Gables; and Mrs. Rich-
ard Brickman. 7675 SW 132nd St.

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bv ISABEL GRCVE
Polly (Mrs. Baron) de Hirsch
t. known for her exquisite
i lothes, will be among the beau-
iifully-gowned women attending
i< elegant dinner dance on Sun-
the group
base Mt. Sinai.
. .Membership is
mere $30,000 gift to
MRS. BARON ie HIRSCH MtYiR
in sumptuous attire
\ night at the Fontainebleau
ln'tel Her husband is chair-
Of the Mt. Sinai Hospital
lers Club, sponsors oi the
litional gala affair ... At the
hill, some 150 members ol the
lers Club will welcome new
prospective Founders into
Leaving her teens behind her.
but still elite as a button. Lynda
i Mrs. Ed.) Lewen feted by her
husband of a year at a surprise
party in their Kendall home on
her 20th birthday last Sunday.
. Among the 50 guests at the
gay cocktail party were the cou-
ple's parents, Kan and Harold
Lewen, and Mr. and Mr-. Henry
I) Stone.
Judge Jason Berkman, lovely
wife Barbara and their two chil-
dren. David and Bari Lynn, en-
tertained Harry and .lean Hud
I'.er and daughter. Robin, with a
luncheon at Chandler's The
Rudners co-authored "I Bring
Regards," a book about their ex-
periences in Israel, scheduled for
publication next month .
Flying to Boston this weekend
are Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Res-
nick who will attend the Bas
Mitzvah of their granddaughter
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zitncr were
guests of honor at a surprise
dinner party planned by the Al-
lied Odens. the Isidore Kosens
and the Thomas Chudnows .
Returning the compliment to
their hosts and 60 guests, the
Zitners donated S500 to the Tu-
mor Clinic ot Variety Children's
Hospital, a project of LOTS
Mrs. Arthur Lee ami Mrs. .los-
Continued on Paqe 6-B
Among coordinators planning the Chai Luncheon cf the
Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal to be held
a' the Eden Roc Hotel on Tuesday, Apr. 7. are (left to right)
Mrs. Larry Friedman, Mrs. Sol Silverman. chairman of the
s18-minimum luncheon, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein and Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
the TtA
ovnan s
IVerU
"dfewiislbi Flondlian
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1964
Section E
Friendly Visitors Widens Program
Friendly Visitors has expanded
its program and become the Vol
unteer Services of Dade County
Welfare Planning Council.
The Volunteer Services will be
the central clearing house for in-
dividuals and groups wishing to
give service to the community, and
foi individuals and organizations.
agencies and institutions needing
help.
It will recruit, orient, train and
place volunteers where they are
most needed.
"it will also give community
leadership in the development of
meaningful citizen participation."
according to Mrs. Florence Coma-
nor, ACSW, who has been appoint-
ed executive director of the serv-
ice. She is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and re-
ceived an MA degree in social wel-
fare administration from the 1
versity ol Pittsburgh.
She has been an active voluntei
lor many years, having served .
vice president of service, Nation
Council of Jewish Women. Great'
Miami Section; vice chairman i
weifare tor the Dade Federate
oi Women's Clubs; corresponding
secretary, National Association i
Social Workers, and served sever
terms as president, Cera mi
League of Miami. She is a memb
ot Florida Craftsmen,
MRS. flORENCt COMANOR
Games Sunday
Games will follow the 2 p.i
meeting on Sunday ol Senior Cit
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Friday. March 2C, 1964
Miami Beach Chaper of Hadassah
Will Wind Up Youth Aliyah Celebrations
_ ..ill hnlrl :i lllll-
Hayim Fershko will give i mu.-i.
cal program of internatioi
and ballads. President
Harry P. Cohen.
1
Culminating Youth AUyafcicete-
brations, Miami Beach Chapter
Hadassah Groups have
eala functions for next
planned
week.
Shaloma Group will hold a Inn-
cheon on Monday at the Men Roc
,,., GueSt speaker will be Mis
5 StaMn. and a musical program
Jui be given by John Dltymak,
violinist.
president.
Mrs. Irwin s
Henrietta Siold Group li
uled u celebration for M
the Algiers Hotel. Mrs,
Keller i- president,
. Abess Jr.. treasurer of Variety Children s Hospital
meets members of the United Order o True Sisters at the
Wishing Well and gets a S2.000 check from Mrs Edward
Lewis, president of Miam, Chapter 43. as payment toward a
S4.800 pledge to furnish four rooms in the new Tumor Clinic
now under construction. Mrs. Fred Fuller (left). 75> So.Shore
Dr is area cancer chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Barchan
(right) is co-chairman of '.he Tumor Clinic project.
True Sisters Make Gift to Variety
A cheek for $2,000 was given to
Variety Children's Hospital this
week by a group of whose whose
record of generosity stretches
way back to 1846.
The United Order ol True Sis-
ters was founded "to help the sick
and unfortunate." They help
more than 250,000 cancer patients
annually.
Miami Chapter 43 gave $5,000
last year, primarly in support ol
tumor clinics. They pledged
$4,800 to furnish a four-room suite
for the Children's Tumor Clinic
t Variety.
President Mrs. Edward Louis
said her members were instru-
mental in giving Variety their
X-Ray Therapy Machine four
years ago. This was a $12,000 pro-
ject in which the Damon Runyon
i ancer Fund and the True Sisters
each gave $6,000.
They also give Mt. Sinai Ho.-
Children Set
For Model Seder
Model Seder will be conducted
>>y the Children ol the Nursery
School of Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Over 71) will participate on Thurs
day morning, Mar. 26, at 10:30
Nurserj School teachers, Mrs.
i n Beloff, Mrs. Harriet Levin.
Mrs Ethel Kandel and Mrs, San
Ettinger have instructed tin
studi ms in traditional and mod-
ern Passover melodies assoc
v ith the Seder service
Mrs. Bette-Ann Herman. PTA
chairman ol Ihe Nursery School.
- ii mging the meal to be scrv
President ol Tempe Adath Yc
j i :ph Liedman, will
grei ih" children,
pital a yearly grant of S800, allo-
cate $600 annually to Visiting
Nurses, for care of indigent can
cer patients, and contribute to
the Social Service Department at
.lack-on Memorial Hospital. In ad-
dition, they have donated an Iso-
tope Machine for cancer treat
ment at Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital.
National president of the Unit-
ed Order of True Sisters. Mrs.
Harr> A, Greene, ol Newark N.J.,
came to Miami on Monday to par-
ticipate in the check presentation
ceremonies and to tour the new
buildings at Variety Children's
Hospital. Accompanying Mrs.
Greene was Mrs Herman Simon,
of Brooklyn, first national vice
president.
Deborah Group "ill hold a Urn-
cheon on Monday noon at tne
Deauville Hotel, with entertain-
ment, favors and prizes, lo-chan-
. are Mi's. Henry Kat/. and Mrs
Sally Barkan. President is Mis.
M. Sossin.
Henl Group has scheduled a
celebration for Monday at the
l me "l Mrs. A. J. Harris. 182a
\V. 24th St., Sunset Island .!. .Mis.
Ben Zeigmund is president.
Israeli Group will hold a lunch
con on Monday noon at the Al-
giers Hotel. Rabbi Henry B. War-
nick spiritual leader of Temple
Titereth Israel, will be guest
speaker.
Vocal selections will be by Mr-
Murray Rosenthal. who appears at
local fashionable supper clubs.
Mrs. Sol Silverman is chairman
of the day. and president is Mrs
Esther Meyer.
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
a luncheon and theatre party on
Wednesday at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse. Mrs. .lack Spat/, is
chairman, and Mrs Norman Mey-
ers, president.
Mcrton Towers Group has sched-
uled a luncheon on Monday noon
at the Eden Roc Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, of Beth Kodesh, and musical
program will consist of a cantata
by Cantor Saul H. Breeh and choir
Of Temple Ner Tamid. Ceil Rosen
Matt and Mary Cerstman are
chairmen of the day. and presi-
dent is Mrs Samuel S. Goldberg.
Hanna Senesch Group h a s
scheduled a celebration for Tues-
day at the Algiers Hotel. Mr-
Sylvia Kiirland is chairman, and
president is Mrs. Isidore l.orber
PROMENADE HOTEL
PASSOVER SEDER
DINING
ROOM
JEWISH STYLE FOOD
S8 Person
PER SEDER
Tax & Tip Included
EOR RESERVATIONS
Call Kitty Kleinbera
JE 8-5721
CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL
OFFICIATING
2469 COLLINS AVE.f MIAMI BEACH
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVENUE "" ".22 Phone JE 2-1671
Serving Passover Meals During Entire Week
MASHCIACH ON PREMISES

TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
Friday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m.
Local Prominent Rabbi, Assisted by Cantor and Choir,
Will Conduct The Seder.
$10 per person
For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD BY-THE-SEA
ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET
TRADITIONAL
sedeR
a SERVICES
conducted by
DR. 1RV1NQ LellRMAN
and
Cantor Hirsh Adler
under 111* auspices '(
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD
March 27 and 28.
BALLROOM

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Banquet Dept.
JF 8-881 I
JE 8-2503
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Americana Hotel
PRESENTS
Passover Seders
IN THE GRAND BALLROOM
Sponsored by
TEMPLE MEN0RAH
MIAMI BEACH
Conducted by
RABBI MAYGR AEKAMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD K.:!N
TEMPLE CHOIR
1st SEDER, Friday, March 27 $15.00 per peso-
2nd SEDER, Saturday, March 28 $12 50 per pers:
Dietary Liws Observed
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL UN 6-0221
presents
Metropolitan Opera Star, conducting
fussovvr Svdvrx
Virst
iftadtar
Fri. Mar. 27-7 PM
t p and la* Incl.
On the ocean at 67th St.. Miami Beaclt


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Fridcrv. March 20. 1964
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Paqe 3-B
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Anne Frank Unit Has Anniversary
THESE SURPRISES
.;in! Unger really was surprised when she
an "(l at the Country Store in Coconut Grove
for lunch and found that her mother, Mrs. Jos
ep] Hose, and her sister, Gerry Lou (Mrs. Bene-
dict) Silverman had gathered all of her Iriends
together to speed her on her way. Caryl and
htr husband, Dr. Harold linger, have now left
on the SS France for a Caribbean cruise. Bongo
drums and fancy hats were the decorations
lSu>:er. Gerry Lou's husband, her brother. Rich-
art Rose, Dr. Unger and Joe Rose didn't mind
one bit being in the midst of the bevy of pretty
yourg matrons. The Ungers were toasted in
champagne, and a good time was had by all.
Among the guests were Mrs. James Furlong.
Mr' Robert Hyames. Mrs. William Rubin and
Mn Roland Kohn.
GO POMPANO
was fun at Pompano Park where the Trot-
ter; are. Miamians turned out in full force to
see -hat adorable pink-trimmed pony lead the
trotters out. Having dinner in the clubhouse
wcrt Carolyn and Judge Donald Barmack, Helen
anr. Sy Somerstein, Joni and Stanley Tate, Lol-
ly and Paul Shiekman. Then there were Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Selig at another table with
out-i'i-town guests. Everyone came out even
or ?g they said.
LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY
T.ne invitation said "So Sh," sent out by
Mr- Rose Kauffmann to her daughter. Edie
(Mrs Sam Stark's closest friends. It was a
luncheon at the Pub. Since Edie was and is
stil! ,'in ardent camper. Dot (Mrs. Mark) Casper
and Miriam (Mrs. Phillip) Schieff did a whole
gn of song parodies on camping. In a box
was a lovely corsage made by Edie's mother
saying. 'Life Begins at Forty." The unusual
corsage was made of greenbacks. Among guests
were Roz (Mrs. Gerald) Soltz, Charlotte (Mrs
George) Simon, Bernice (Mrs. Charles i Gottlieb.
I : Mrs. Emanuel) Smith.
IB
NO STANDING ON CHAIRS
was a complete sellout of "The Mouse on
the Moon" given by the Sponsors Committee of
the .Museum ol Science anil Natural History at
the Parkway Theater. Then back to the Mus-
eum for coffee under the stars. Drinking cof-
fee were the Theodore Malakotls. Larry Sher-
mans. William Binders. Larry Hoffmans, Sydney
Weintraubs and the Benedict Silvermans. No
real mice around there, either.
MACK THE KNIFE
Why is it that people always enjoy hearing
music that they know? The excerpts from the
'Three Penny Opera," given by Torah Group
of Ha;ia>sah at Beth David, were well received.
Hadassah gave the party, but Ruth Forman's
players gave the opera. It was a fun affair,
also fund-raising, with delicious food and all
kinds ol delightlul souvenirs. Talking in the
lounge over cocktails were Mrs. Irving Wexler.
Mrs. Leonard Egert. Mrs. Henry Green, Mrs.
Murray Smith and Mrs. Irving Ratner. Other
talkers were Mrs. Paul Sobel, Mrs. Theodore
Sandier. Mrs. Philip Warshaw, Mrs. George B.
Feller, Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mrs. Sidney Lef-
COUrt But they all stopped talking long enough
to eat and listen to the president, Mrs. Sidney
Langner, and to see the show and listen to hear
who won the prizes.
*
NO CAKE NO ICE CREAM NO CANDLES
It was a good thing that there were stream-
ers dangling around, and there was a big sign
that .-aid "Happy Birthday" because it was a
birthday party, and a surprise one at that, plan-
ned by Nancy Broudy for her husband. Don-
ald. It was dinner with Nancy's mother's (Mrs.
Irving Hoffman) very special noodle pudding.
Donald was absolutely battle-shocked when he
saw his friends gathered to celebrate his birth-
day. Among those were Norma and Irwin Mil-
ler. Charlotte and Marvin Bacon, Cecy and Dick
Rowen, Bobbi and Joe Klein. Marilyn and Al
Kane. Arlene and Mai Fromberg, Evelyn and
Alan Gluckstern. and Ellen and James Roth.
After dinner they played all kinds of games with
prizes going to the ones who accrued the most
money. FRANCES LEHMAN
Mrs. David A. Hess, membership
vice president and donor chairman
of the Anne Frank Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women, has an-
nounced that the fifth anniversary
donor luncheon, celebrating the
fifth birthday of the chapter, will
be held in the Matador Room of
the Seville Hotel on Tuesday noon.
Awards for outstanding service
will be presented by Mrs. David
Shwiller, president of the chapter.
Fifteen women, honored for ef-
forts in behalf of the group, will
. participate in a birthday candle-
lighting ceremony
Assisting Mrs. Hess are Mrs.
Tena Katz. donor credit chairman,
and Mis. Man I.. Siegcndorl. tick-
et and hostess chairman.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, past presi-
dent of District 5, will be guest
speaker, and Mrs. Murray Rosen-
thai, singer, professionally-known
! as Helena Revoir, will present a
I "Musicale Interlude."
RALEIGH HOTEL
DINING ROOM
Women Up CJA Gifts By $11,000 at Lunch
i
Over $11,000 was added to the
Women's Division drive for Com-
bined Jewish Appeal at the $52-
minimum "Wonderful World of >
CJA" luncheon at the Algiers last
v eek
The committee, headed by Mr>.
Jack K.izman. chairman, and her
three CO-Chairmen, Mrs. David
SemaJ- Mrs. sl Silverman and
FOR
RESERVATIONS
DIPLOMAT
HOTEL
Holly wood-by-the-Sea
TRADITIONAL
SEDER
March 27 at 7 P.M.
Under Strict
Rabbinical Supervision
Call Wl 9-0501
rNATIONALLY FAMOUS...
FOR 50 UAR5
IHCFABULOUS ZEIGER
KOSHER CUISINCi
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. planned
the luncheon attended by 200 wom-
en.
Herbert J. Garon. New Orleans
attorney, leader of the Jewish
Welfare Fund and member of the
first CJA Young Leadership Study
Mission to Israel, was guest
speaker.
Among others appearing at the
luncheon were Dr. Irving l.ehr-
man. 1964 CJA campaign chair-
man, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Women'- Division chairman.
Decorations provided by the
Decorations Committee, headed by
Mrs. Sam Diessen and Mrs. Mor-
ton l'ellman. carried out the
"Wonderful Word of CJA" motif
through beautiful blue globes on
kill st.u-.d-. decorated with ribbons
upon which appeared the names
of all agencies at home and over-
seas supported by the one annual
CJA campaign.
A program of entertainment
was provided by Kay Harrison.
who took the audience on a musi-,
cal trip around the world in song.
Olga Bibor Stern, who accom-
panied ML-s Harrison, was joined
by Elmer Horosny lor a program
of continental music at the sher-
rj hour preceding the luncheon
Robert Kanzer Chapter
Miami Robert Kanzer Chapter
of the National Jewish Civil Sen
ice Employees will hold its annual
installation of officers on Sunday,
1:30 p.m.. at the Royal Hungarian
Kosher Re-taurant. Chairman is
Leon Silver. 8-to Biscayne St.
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RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER
9 DAY PERIOD 3 MEALS DAILY Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision
VERY SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS
A Well Known Rabbi and Cantor Will Officiate at Seders
SAND-ELL TBO CATERERS
Call Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226
If No Answer Call UN 6-5278
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Dill rOOl CA4N CW iM
RESERVE NOW
FOR
IK it z Plaza
TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER SEDERS I
Conducted by the Eminent
CANTOR H.
MARCHBEIN MARBINY
& Choir
RESERVATIONS:
Mrs. Holiman
JEfferson 1-6881
IN IHt OCEAN 1 I Mil SI MIAMI iEACH. Ill
TRADITIONAL KOSHER
PASSOVER SEDERS
... under the direction of the Sirki" Family
EVENINGS OF MARCH 27th & 28th
$25 per person lor both evenings incl. tax & gratuity
Seder conducted under the auspices of
CANTOR MORDECAIYAROEINI
r ittd RaJ o Star. Conctrt S tjer i-a .'. Hmm Ciitor.
ASSISTED Bt MRY SIRKIN Mar>ih on Premise!
For Reservations: Mr. Swirko Phone: JEfferson 4 2445
OCEANFMNT, COttlNS AVENUE H0 LINCOLN ROM) MAIL
18th STREET and COLLINS AVENUE
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR
The Passover Seders
"ULTIMATE IN FINE fOOD"
PER PERSON FOR BOTH NIGHTS.
Seders served by reservofion only.
TRADITIONAL SERVICES BY CANTOR HOROWITZ.
CALL JE 8-2040 Ask for Pearl Dining Room
Operated by Pearl and Lou, formerly of the Red Mill
and other leading Miami Beach Hotels.
$11
RICHARD TUCKER
famed
Metropolitan
Opera tenor,
world's greatest
cantor, conducts
traditional
PASSOVER
SEDERS
at the
^c(e^v/0bc>
In the beautiful Pompeii Room, March 27 and 28!
Famed Richard Tucker's stirring services will
be accompanied by Alan Chester's superb choir,
singing the cantorials and traditional melodies
of the Hagadah.
DIETARY LAWS WILL BE STRICTLY OBSERVED!
Reservations are in great demand ... and we
cannot stress too strongly that you reserve now'
FIRST SEDER, Friday, March 27, 7 pm
$32.50 Adults
15.00 Children under 8
SECOND seder, Saturday, March 28, 7 pm
$25.00 Adults
15.00 Children under 8
BOTH SEDERS, $52.50 Adults
25.00 Children under 8
(Includes gratuities but not 3% sales tax)
Fnr reservations, call Catering! JE 2-2561
EDEN ROC MIAMI BEACH

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warn
UTCHtH
muni
MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING FIELD
They are unequalled In their profession.
M They are the diUdo's catering staff. They
*$ will make a success of any party...
wedding... a Bar Mitnah*... a business
^a meeting or a social luncheon. They will
J serve from 20 to 1000 diners with flna food
expertly prepared in the diUdo's newly
decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for
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Pike-white gefilte fish
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Matzohs 45c lo 61c
Matzoh Dumplings 39c
Potato Pancake Mix 22c
Sponge Cake Mix 49c
Flavored Macaroons 99c
Juices 29c to 85c
Preserves 12 oz. jar 49c
Glace Fruit. Nuts. Dates
tin 4.59
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old world
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Specialties for Passover:
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Miniature Honey Fruit Cakes
box of 15 parve. 1.98
Seven Layer Cake, 1 lb 1.98
Passover Bartonettes
1 lb. 2.25
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Wine tasting from
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Friday. March 2' 1964
Annual patrons dinner dance of beth David Congregation
will be in the Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall at the syna-
gogue on Sunday evening, Apr. 12. Preparing invitations
are Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Mrs.
Henry Kamen.
Occ/alite ... l\u <-/sabet
V
K-jrove
Continued from Page IB
fp'i Goodman accepted the check
on behalf of their organization
Rose and Nathan Ostrov held
.-. festive evening of traditional
holiday fare a( their No. Miami
Beach home recently For-
mi rlj of Providence, R. I., the
istrovs have hosted a reunion
a visitors and residents from
their home town for 16 years .
Attending front Massachusetts:
Mi and Mr-. Samuel Sehpreeh-
er, Brooklinc; Mr and Mrs. Hy-
man Weinberg. Cape Cod: Mr.
ami Mrs. J. S. Kisenberg, Fall
Hiver: Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1.
Elkies, Stamford. Conn.; Miami
Beachitet, -Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Chad. Mr. Louis M. Hayman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pritcher. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Rossein and A.
Schleifer; Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
strain;. \V. Hollywood. Fla.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnick. of
Pawtucket. R. I. Mr, Resiuck
kept the evening gaj singing Is-
raeli songs to his own accompa-
i nt on the violin.
At a recent Sweel Sixteen dan-
I and supper given by Ida
;.!! Mike Forer lor daughter
Mindi, son Henry presented each
Oi the 16 couples with a framed
picture of themselves as a
ento of the happy occasion
. The pretty deb wore a shock-
ing pink peau de soie strapless
cocktail frock to match the color
scheme of shocking pink and
(iulor.net carried out in the dec-
orations The huge birthday
cake was in the form of a book
tit id 'This is your Life. Mindi,"
ith a picture of the heroine as a
frontispiece
.Mrs. Ida Marks leaving soon
to spend the Passover holiday
with her son who is stationed in
Puerto Rico .
Passover in Israel for Mrs.
Sarah Shapoff and the Irving
Westins leaving early in April
. Joining them from Rome,
their children, the former Bea
Shapoff and husband Alan West-
in, for a grand reunion at the
Dan Hotel in Haifa ... On the
faculty at Columbia University,
Alan is in Italy on a year's grant
lrom the Ford Foundation.
Certrude Berg and the entire I
Broadway cast of "Dear Me the ,
Sky is Falling'' are having Pass-
over dinner at Morris and Ruth j
Lerner's Famous Restaurant.
Miami Beach.
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8 PRIME
N.Y. BONELESS
STRIP STEAKS
Beth Moshe Will
Honor Sisterhood
Congregation Beth Moshe <;"
honor its Sisterhood at a special
Sabbath service on Friday even-
ing.
Mrs Fred Blank, president, will
deliver an address. Mrs. Arthur
J. Brown and Mrs. Herbert I.el
chuk, past presidents, and Mrs.
Sidney Sehoen and Mrs, Joseph
Sedell. vice presidents, will repre-
sent the officers and Board of Di-
rectors.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
services sponsored by Sisterhood
ir- Popiel Social Hall.
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Always Sold live Poultry
Slaughtered Only When Ordered
(Never Iced or froien)
JOE BFRMAN
Wishes his many friends a Hap-
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Many thanks for your patronage
over the past 73 years.
In view of our demolished plant
Tt 320 Collins Avenue, poultry and
day-old enfls will be delivered at
no charge on the Beach. JE 4-2J0I
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Pi Lambda Phi Sauare Dance SaUdav
Elects Officers
Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Associa-
tion has elected new officers for
1964. The new officers are:
Max Ilagen. president; Michael
Goldstein, vice president; Michael
O. Gold, vice president; Bcnnet
Feldman. secretary; and Harvey
Miller, treasurer.
The organization holds meetings
once a month and is open to all
nembers of Pi Lambda Phi Fra-
ternity. Charlie Tate. new head
coach of the Miami Hurricanes
football team, was guest speaker
at a recently-held meeting.
Beth David Young Adults will
hold an old-fashioned square dance
Saturday evening in the Social
Hall with a professional caller and
troupe. Barry M. Geltner is presi-
dent.
True Sisters
Honors Officials
Wise Hadassah
Slates Performers
On Monday noon, the Stephen
S. Wise Group of Hadassah will
celebrate Youth Aliyah at a
luncheon in the Deauville Hotel.
Musical selections by Sarah and
Hayim Fershko will highlight the
afternoon.
Luncheon meeting Wei
at the Jardin Sui^c spor.
executive board, United i
True Sisters. Miami 43
Mis Harry A. Greene, of
N. J.. national president.
Herman Simon. N. Y \
dent.
Hostess for the after)
Mrs. Edward Lewis, presi
Mrs. Arthur L. Lee. chair
During their visit, Mrs
and Mrs. Simon will visit
group's project, the Turn
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B'nai B'rith Marks 120th Anniversary
At Outstanding Function in Eden Roc
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Lyric soprano Rosita Franks
was o sing at the 120th an-
niveziary function of B'nai
B'rith Women at the Eden
Roc Hotel on Thursday.
The lL'inh anniversary of B'nai
B'rith was io he observed Thurs-
Mar, 19, at the Eden Roc H"
til Date also marks the 40th an-
niversary of the Junior Order of
BB, Aleph Zadik Aleph.
Keynote speaker was to be Mrs.
Lewis Pearlman, past president
Of International BI5W. serving as
national ehairman of the event
Her topie was to he "Youth in a
Dynamic Society."
Local women who were to attend
include Mrs. Alfred Reich, imme-
diate past president. BBW District
"). South Florida District chairman
for the gifts luncheon; and Mrs.
F.. Albert Pallot, honorary area
chairman and coordinator.
Representatives from each of
the 22 women's chapters in the
South Florida ana were to partici-
pate in the event.
\ special award presentation
was to he made to Mis. Esther
Weinkle, prominent civic leader.
iibw has pledged $120,000 to
help sustain the programs of youth
services an,I the Anti-Defamation
League, which strives to promote
better understanding through en-
lightenment.
B'nai B'rith Youth Activities.
Ilillel Foundation and Vocational
Services ofler guidelines to the
young on ethical and constructive
courses.
"Makeup With Green" for a bet-
ter world was to he the theme of
!he luncheon.
Florida JWV to Meet
Department of Florida, Jewish
War Veterans, will hold its third
quarterly meeting at the Skyways
Motel, 2323 No. Le.Ieune Rd Sun
day. beginning at 9:30 a.m. State
commander is Fmanuel Mandel.
Shmura Matzos
Film on Sunday
Neshei Ch&bfld, I.ubavitchcr
Women's League, will show a film
of preparing and baking of Shmura
Matzos on Sunday, 8 p.m.. in the
social hall of Beth Israel Congre-
gation, 711 40th St.
Following the film. Rabbi David
I.ehrfield, of Kneselh Israel, will
explore the various laws pertain-
ing to the Passover holiday.
Eddie Fisher Due
At 'Jennie1 Lunch
At the DeauviKe
The five Miami Beach chapters
.1 Women's American ORT are
sponsoring the annual "Jennie"
award luncheon, which tumors
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, to be heli
Wednesday noon at the Deauvilia
Hotel.
Eddie Fisher, who will present
Ivs entire show, will receive thu
Jennie" trophy as "outstanding
performing artist for 1963."
Program chairman is Mrs Ma--
garet Newman Steam. Reserva-
tions may be made at the OKP
office. fiOO Lincoln Rd. Mall.
Pioneer Units Hold Functions
Mrs Dora Offenhcnden. presi-
dent : Beb,i Idelson Club, Pio-
'neer YWmen. announces a luncheon
and Cl d party to be held on Mon-
day noon at the home of Mrs. Ja-
cob P COSOW, 7222 Trouville Es-
plana
All i roceeds are earmarked for
the (. 1- child Rescue Fund.
Mr> Naae Pushkin will conduct
the meeting of the Gold Meir
Club on Wednesday. 1 p.m.. at the
Washington Federal Bldg 1234
Washington Ave.
An evaluation of the recent Pio
necr Women's 24th annual donor
luncheon will be led by Mrs. Mil-
ton Green. Council president.
Participants will include Mes
dames Nathaniel Soroff. Abraham
Seltzer. Anna Quaker, and Sonia
Bobbins. Mrs. Oscar Zeltner,
Moatzet Hopoalet chairman, will
coordinate the program.
v
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MIAMI BEACH
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Tuesday, March 24
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Friday, March 20. 1964
Gershwin Lodge
Spring Luncheon
Plans for the forthcoming spring
luncheon to be held on May 2 will
he discussed at the business meet-
ing of the Ladies' Auxiliary.
George Gershwin Lodge, on Mon-
day evening at Hibiscus Temple.
Mrs. Milton Hurwitz will head
the program to follow with an
original topic poem. "Fantasy in
Space."
Mrs. Pat Errichetti is program
chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ossip, of 4720 Pine Tree Dr., celebrate
heir Golden Wedding anniversary March 11 at the Lombardy
Hotel. Shown with the Ossips is Sol Weiss, caterer of the
aotel.
Beth Am Women Buffet Supper Sunday
In Busy Calendar
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
completing plans for its annual
. imival to be held on Sunday.
pr. 5. from 12 to 6 p.m.
Mis. Robert Newman, president.
inounces thai Mrs. Paul Good-
an and Mrs. Alfred Viener will
i >-ehair the day's activity. Room
others of the religious school
ill be in charge of booths, and
spaghetti dinner will be served.
Games, prizes, movies and en-
rtainment will be featured at the
.irnival to be held in the school
i ioms of the Temple and in the
outh Lounge. Mrs Richard Al-
r will be in charge of tickets.
At the meeting of the Sisterhood
I 'Id on Wednesday morning, guest
>eaker was Ellis Robins, admin
tratlve director of the Temple.
hose subject was "The Haganah
- What Was it and Why?"
Beth Am Music Group met Mou-
jy morning at the home of Mrs.
jck Kamin. 5340 SW 63rd Ct. A
:1k on "Jazz, from Storyville to
. ruebeck," was presented by Mrs.
ayne Rogers.
Children's Asthmatic Research
Institute and Hospital. Greater
Miami Chapter, is having a buffet
supper at Pioneer Hall. 250 \W
No. River Dr.. on Sunday at 7
p.m. Mrs. Al Weiner is president.
and Mrs. Mary E. Cohen, public-
it* chairman.
Israeli Slides
At ORT Meet
Miami Business and Professional
Chapter. Northeast Florida Reg-
ion. Women's American ORT. held
a meeting and party at the home
oi Mrs. Minna Krams. 4331 Sheri-
dan Ave.. on Tuesday evening.
"Israel Slides." film on ORT.
was presented by Miss Dorothy
Turchin. program chairman.
Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky, president,
greeted members. In charge of re-
freshments were Miss Anita Riv-
kin and Miss Selma Resnick.
Beth El Hears
Book Review
Rabbi Solomon Schiff reviewed
The Conversion of Chaplain Co-
n" at a joint meeting of Congre-
ition Beth El. Joe Zalis. presi-
i ent, and Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack
hapiro. president.
The program on Tuesday evening
eluded selections by the 20-niem
er Choral Group of the Friend-
lip Club.
Refreshments were served.
Israel League
Holds Luncheon
Women's League for Israel, Flor-
ida Chapter, held its first lunch-
eon and card party Mar. 10 at the
Delano Hotel.
A film showing the homes for
girls which the League founded in
Israel and the new Students Cen-
ter at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem was presented.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director
ol the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education, gave a "Travelogue on
Israel."
Mrs. Michael Tatken is League
president. Mrs. Harry Kapell, vice
president, told of her tour to Israel
last spring.
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Adath Yeshurun
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Over 200 children will participate
in a Model Seder at Temple Adath
Yeshurun on Sunday morning at
1! a.m.
Each o ft he Hebrew School and
Sunday School classes will par-
ticipate in recitation of the Hag-
gadah. and Rabbi Jonah Caplan
will deliver a special Passover
message.
Students who will lead the Mod-
el Seder are Robert Lehrman.
Craig Ball. Norman Morris, and
Steven Sokal. Also playing major
roles are Barbara Golden, Andrea
Schulman. Barbara Morrison, Su-
san Nadler and Mona Reis. PTA
president. Mrs. D. De Noia. and
youth activities chairman, Mrs.
Beverly Mars-, are in charge "I
the Passover meal for the stu-
dents.
Model Seder is under the direc-
tion of Yehuda Segal, education
director of Temple Adath Yeshu-
run, a native of Israel, who will
introduce a number of modern Is-
raeli melodies.
r
Women's Club
Will Nominate
Community Women's Club.
side-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbo
ands, will hold its monthly
mg tmi\-luncheon at the Bea
vagc Hotel on Wednesday m
Nomination of officers will
place. Florida Rep. Mary Ann
Kenzie. ol Dade County, will
on "A Woman's Hole in the
munity and Government."
In charge of reservation
Mrs. Ann Paul. Mrs. Esther \
and Mrs. Rose Lubell.
Mrs. Milton Levinson is
dent of the organization.
Surf.
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Model Seder Sunday
Students of Southwest Jewish
Center Hebrew and Sunday School
will participate in a Model Seder
to be held on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
diLido Hotel
Completes
Renovation
of Cabana
Club and
Pool Areas
The diLido Hotel Collins Avenue
and Lincoln Road on Miami
Beach announced complete ren-
ovation oi the cabana club and
pool area and is inviting local
residents to rent a cabana loi
the summer at the diLido. Com
plete with new mats, chaises, a
new hltering system lor both
Olympic size pools and all game
facilities the Cabana Club iea
tures a monthly cocktail party
and a weekly weiner roast. The
Patio Restaurant and Bar is
available for all members and
their guests. Cabanas for lour
rent from $300 to $400 May 1 to
November 1. For more infor
motion, call Karl Boyelf Cabana
Manager at IE 8-0811. {
I
Joint Installation
For Auxiliary
North Shore Ladies' Aux.lian
and Post 677. Jewish War Vetei
ans, were to hold a joint in*ti lla
tion of officers on Thursday eve
ning. Mar. 19. at the Carillon Ho-
tel,
On Sunday evening, the Auxili-
ary held its annual donor dil.nei
at the Eden Roc Hotel. The i u > ,
Adams show was the featured en '
tertainment.
Rabbi Kronish
Heard in Review
Rabbi Leon Kronish reviewed
"Yevtushenko" on Sunday morn-
ing at Temple Beth Sholom in the
Sisterhood Lounge.
Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood
president.
The "Books and Bagels With the
Rabbi" review series subsidizes
the Anglo-Jewish Library at the
Temple.
Mrs. Ben Goldstein and Mrs.
Harry E. Wolk are co-chairmen of
the project.
Mrs. Flora Carlis, who mod-
eled gowns by Wilma ol
New York and Miami Beach
at a recent Hebrew Academy
luncheon at the Deauville
Hotel, is shown wearing the
elegant white mink capelet
donated to the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women by I. K. Etman
Furs, of the DiLido Hotel in
Miami Beach, and New York
City. "Every member will be
given '.he opportunity to ac-
guire this lovely fur piece
through an annual project to
be initiated shortly," said
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, presi-
dent.
B'nai Raphael
Games Night
Congregation B'nai Raphi
having a Catskill Mountains
night on Saturday at 8:30
Evening will include dancing and
i efreshments.
On Sunday. Apr 5, the d
gation is sponsoring a spaghetti
dinner.
Affair will begin at 2 p.m., with
games for children, and dmnei
will be served from 4 to 7 p.m
Cantor Marbiny Scheduled
Cantor H. Marchbcin-Marbiny.
who served for eight years as
president of the Jewish Ministers
Cantor's Association of America
and Canada, will officiate at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel "start inn Friday*^
evening. Mar. 27. at the Sedorim
and all religious services during
th" Passover holidays. He will be
assisted by a large professional
choir.
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Ferdie, Skor Exchange Vows
Werner-K:ihn
MRS. RONALD FERD'f
Dora I Country Club was the set-
ting tor the wedding and dinner
reception ot the former Diane
Rease Skor and Ronald D. Ferdie
on Sunday, Mar. 13. Rabbi Morde-
c;.i Podet officiated at the early
afternoon ceremony.
Daughter of Mrs. Morris Skor.
01 Tamiami Blvd., and the late Mr.
Skor, the bride was attended by
Mrs. Sam Ziv, matron of honor,
Isabel Beinfeld and Frieda Ben-
enson.
Now teaching at Jones College,
the new Mrs. Ferdie is a graduate
of the University of Miami. She is
a member of Pi Omega I'i, Pi Del-
t;> Epsilon, and University of Mi-
ami Circle.
Her husband is alno a graduate
of the University of Miami, and
belongs to Tau Fpsilon Phi Fra-
ternity and Architectural and Civil'
Engineering Club. He is co-author
ot the book. "Lite on Other
Worlds."
The bridegroom is the son of
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CONFIRMATIONS
RECEPTIONS
e LUNCH tONb e KtA.tr uwna
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Seville
AT 2910 STREtT
MIAMI BEACH
laga. Ainslcc R. Ferdie served as
his best man. Richard Skor and
William Skor ushered.
Following a honeymoon to Los
Angeles, the newlyweds will live
at 3407 Vcnona Ave., NW. Hunts-
ville. Ala., where the bridegroom
is a civil engineer with Chrysler
Co., working with NASA.
MRS. JOSE CIELAK
Miss Weinstein
Now Mrs. Cielak
In B'klyn. Rites
Mexico City will be the future
i home of the former Ruth Wein-
'. stein and Jose Cielak, who were
I united in a noon wedding on Sun-
day, Mar. 1. Rabbi Harry Halpcrn
officiated at the nuptials held in i
the East Midwood Jewish Center,
Brooklyn, where a reception fol-
lowed.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Weinstein, 7720 Byron Ave.. the
bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High, and received a BA
degree from Brandeis University
and an MA degree from Columbia
University.
For the wedding, she chose an
ivory peau de soie sheath with
modified empire waist. It featured
;i skirt embroidered with alencon
lace and see:l pearls and a chapel
train. She carried an arrangement
of stcphenotis and orchids. Linda
Marks was the bride's only at-
tendant. Fannie Cielak was flower
girl, and Andres Cielak served as
ring bearer.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cie
lak. Mexico City, the bridegroom's
ushers included his three broth-
! ers, Fausto Cielak, Moises Cielak
and Salomon Cielak, Sheldon Ga-
I sior, Stephen Cohen and Joel Car
! men. Best man was Enrique Neri-
kaskas.
A Certified Public Accountant,
the bridegroom is a graduate of
butituto Technologico de Monter-
rey.
Newlyweds honeymooned on a
Caribbean cruise.
Temple Judea
Passover Model
Set for Sunday
i Over 220 Temple Judea Reli
I gious School pupils will attend a
i Model Seder on Sunday. 10 a.m..
in the Temple's Recreation Hall.
conducted by Rabbi Mordccai
Podet and Cantor Gordon Rich
' ards.
Students will participate in por-
j lions of the service.
Co-chairmen Mrs. Sarah Dublcr
| and Mrs. Joseph Sanuielson. as-
I sisted by room mothers, will pre-
pare and serve the ceremonial
food.
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Friday, March 20. 19S4
ROSE
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Looking back over the memories of a lifetime. Rose
Weiss had a tear and smile in her voice as she recalled
the sa.ua that easily would make a best seller. Her father
was a musician in the Russian army. He was sent with
his trombone and his family to a small town in Poland,
where Rose was born. Escaping from the yoke of a cruel
Czar, the father fled to Ameri-
ca, sonding for his family as soon
as possible
Rose as five when she ar-
rive;! on the East Side of New
York. Eager to learn to read and
write. Rose enjoyed every minute
of her schooling, which also was
too brief, ending at the tilth
grade. She was thirteen when she
went to work, her first job being
a record clerk in a brush factory,
paying the magnificent sum ot
two dollars a week. She remem-
bers the long walk to work in the
cold and the heat, the hours trom
seven to seven, and thanks God
fervently that the children of to-
day have ii so much easier.
Always anxious lo learn. Rose went to night school.
She made a VOW that when -he married and had chil-
dren, they would have the tinest education possible. Well
she did. Her daughter. Malvcna, Mrs. Seymour Liehman.
now living in Mexico, is one ol the leading educators in
the South. Then there are Dr. Eugene Weiss and Milton
Weiss, an outstanding attorney, who bus just been named
president ol Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Asso
nation. Ail three are married, and there are tour grand-
children, the sum total of Rose's existence.
In 1909, Rose met the manager of the shop where .-he
was doing designingleremiah Weiss. They were mar-
nc.l and lived in Brooklyn where their three children were
born Thinking that Florida would cure her asthma, the
Weisse- moved to Miami in 1920, making them one of the
pioneer families here. It was a thrill to hear about the
adventures in the community upon which Rose embarked.
She sold donuts for the Salvation Army, helped organize
the Central Beach PTA, started the children's Halloween
parties in Flamingo Park that are still held today, helped
to gel playgrounds, was chairman of the Red Cross, made
her house an emergency milk station during the hurri-
cane of 192G, raised money lor other town disasters. Sin-
was 'it' the Miami Beach welfare worker. During the
w^r -he sold over live million dollars worth of bond-
She has been active in the Home for the Aged and
the Hebrew Academy, and still goes to Miami Beach
Council meetings. She draws and paints and sew-. Just
having made 18 petit point pillows tor her family and
Iriends.
When we look at the trees on Meridian Ave.. and on
the causeway, when we see the Hag in City Hall that you
made with your own hands, all remember with love and
pride Roses's understanding heart.
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PARTIES WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS
Complete staff at your beck and call
Phone JE 1-3415
738 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach
Since 1940
Gisha Chaykin Will
Live in New York
Barbara A. Chaykin became the
bride Of Alan 1{ (iish in a double
ring ceremony at the Twin Can-
tors, Brooklyn, on Saturday. Mar.
II.
For her wedding, the bride chose
i gown of satcle-peau with alen-
on lace, featuring a back drape
with sat-de-peau roses, and long
>oint (in-hand sleeves. The short
illusion veil fell from a double
crown of pearls, and she carried
vhite orchids on a Bible.
Mai run of honor was Mrs. Lor-
raine Ka-se and Sondy Chaykin.
he bride's sister, served as maid
if honor. Ilene Richter. Phyllis and
Jlaire Callin and Beverly Kerish
vere attendants
The bridegroom's brother. Ron-
ild dish, served as his best man.
ind Stewart Winner, Lenny Ha-
)er. Artie Levy. Alan Wagshul,
Norman and Michael Seider. iish-
.red.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High and Dade County Dental As-
sistant Clinic, the bride is the
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Chaykin, 1300 SW 87th Ct.
Her husband is the son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Morris Gish. and grand-
Jon of Mrs. Sarah Seider. all ot
lego Park. N. Y. a graduate of San Juan. Virgin Islands
Samuel .1. Tilden High and the maica. the newlyweds wi
University of Miami, he has just. New York.
Double Ring Rites *
For Copenhagen*
Mr. and Mrs. R. Edward Wood.
700 San Ksteban Ave., announce
the marriage of their daughter.
Mancy Ruth, to Eric Richard Co-
penhagen, ol Coral Gables,
The double ring ceremony was
performed by Rabbi Mordecai Po-
det. of Temple Judea, at the home
ol the bride's parents on Saturday
evening. Mar. 7.
Attending the couple were Betty
sue Wood, the bride's sister, ana
Alan Schemel, best man.
Presently attending Charron-
Williams Commercial College in
Miami. newhwed Mrs. Copenha-
gen graduated from Coral Gables
Senior High and attended the
University of Florida.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and after re-
ceiving a degree from the Univei -
sity of Miami in June, will attend
dental school.
Couple is now living at 5909
Red Rd.
MRS. MAN C/SH
completed six months in the re-
serves.
Following a honeymoon
trip
and
I live
to
Ja-
in
Hamersmiths Tell Marcelle's Troth
Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Hamer- I'aye. to Melvin Jerome Aizensh
-mith, 10 So. Prospect Dr.. Sunrise t;,t, .-on ol Mr and Mrs Harry
Harbour, announce the engage- Aizensbtat. 8lu Jeronimo Dr.
nent of their daughter, Marcelle ( Thl. bride-elec! is a graduate of
Coral Gables High, and is now at
tending the University of Miami.
She is a member of Delta Phi Ep
silon Sorority.
The prospective bridegroom is
also ;i graduate of Coral Gables
High and is now attending the
I niversity of Miami, majoring in
business law. He is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
The wedding will take place on
Aug. 15.
Life Members
To Hold Party
Creator Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its annual life member-
ship party luncheon on Friday
noon at Chandler's Restaurant.
Mr- Helen Sparber is life mem-
bership chairman, Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman is Auxiliary president
Helen Roscnthal will accompain
herself in a program of songs.
Ri servatlons chairman l- Mi -
Anne Tanenbaum.
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MISS MARCEUE HAMERSMITH
Miss Haver Eyes
Wedding in June
A June wedding is planned by
Faye Haver and Irwin A. Siegel.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel,
7927 E. Drive. Harbor Island.
Announcement of the engagement
is made by the future bride's la-
ther, David Haver, of Atlanta. Ga.
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t Jewish Beauticians From Argentina 1
Jewish and Spanish Spoken
', 1252 LINCOLN ROAD |
? (Cor. West Ave. I Miami Beoch
We just came from PAUL FREED. We're delighted with
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Sundays from 10 to 3 .
WHERE YOU CAN GET A TWO-IN-ONE
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JEWISH Convalescent Home Of
** South Florida held a progress
dinner Saturday evening at the
rontaincblcau Hotel in honor ol
Abe C. Fine. Mrs. Fine was
gowned in a floor-length formal
in a brilliant -hade of turquoise
covered with crystal caviar and
bugle beads. Chairman of the
evening was .Miami Beach Coun-
cilman flyman P. Galbut and
Mrs. Galbut who chose a low-
backed black silk sheath.
Mrs. Winnie Weinstein was in
black chiffon with a full skirt
and a lilted jet sequincd bodice.
Black silk crepe with a bateau
neckline was worn by Mrs, Es-
ther Goldberg. Mrs. Anna Brand's
ice blue sheath featured an all-
over schiffle embroidered pat-
torn. Beige satin and rccmbroid-
ered chantilly lace was the
choice of Mrs. Anna Hosenfield.
the lace covered the bodice and
was open in the front of her
skirt, creating an overskirt ef-
!< ct. Mrs. Goldic Rumor wore u
powder blue dress with un em-
broidered bodice.
*
AVY blue lace in the sheath
silhouette with a squared
neckline was worn by Mrs. Sara
Block. Mrs. Oscar Mnndell, a
bride of two weeks, selected a
mauve satin cocktail ensemble
with seed pearls embroidered on
her lace bodice and a hip-length
jacket. Blue and lilac blended in-
to the silk floral print which
Mrs. Dorothy Blach wore. Her
sheath had an oversized shawl
collar. A silk print was also the
choice "f Mrs. Annie Jacobsen.
Tones and shades Of blues and
greens blended on a white back-
ground,
President of the organization.
Mrs. Joseph K. Kaiser, selected
B -and colored peau ;.c sine with
reembroidered chantilly lace
bodice A band of satin detailed
her waistline. Mrs. lsadore Res-
nick's Floor-length gown was cre-
ated with a black satin skirt and
a gold sequined overblouse. Her
overbtoo.se featured horizontal
fringes oi gold crystal beads.
The oriental influence was seen
in Mrs. Leo Judson's gown. In
Mack silk, it had a delicate hand-
embroidered bird pattern which
was reembroidered with gold
lamee and gold colored caviar
beads.
lulRS. Max Goldbaum chose an
"* interesting gown of yellow
and white lace. The hemline was
detailed with a deep band of yel-
low in double pleats stitched to
create a ruched effect, [rides-
cent white sequins covered Mrs.
George Beskin's figure-molding
sheath. Mrs. Sclma Oritt was in
black chiffon with vertical air-
tucking. Her sheath had a waist
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usiness Phone JE 8 1025
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Women's Unit
In Donor Lunch
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold its .March meeting on
Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Al
giers Hotel.
Highlight oi the meeting will
be the culmination of the annual
donor project, with the presenta-
tion of donor awards. Mrs. Charles
Biown is donor project chairman.
Mrs. Rose Both, donor journal
chairman, will give a report, and
Mrs. Solomon Margolies. nomi-
nating chairman, will give a com-
mittee report.
Mis. Lawrence Silverman, pres-
ident, will pay tribute to Dr. Celia
Wohl "for her untiring efforts in
behalf of the donor project." Dr.
vVohl will give the invocation.
MRS. CHUKlES IiROWN
CAMP DIRECTOR
for
FLAGLER-GRANADA
DAY CAMP
Write qualifications to
Lou Suih, Chairman
50N.W. 51st Place
WANTED
PART-TIME
$150.00 MONTH
HEBREW SCHOOL
TEACHERS
P. O. BOX 144
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Seder Schedule
For Children
Each department in Temple
Emanu-El's Religious School and
Solomon Schechter Day School will
hold its own Model Seder in prep-
aration tor the approaching Pass-
ex er holiday.
The schedule is as follow-: Sol-
omon Schechter Day School, Thurs-
day. Mar. 26: Sunday and Relig-
ious Schools and the Confirmation
Department combined vfith the
weekly Youth Breakfast, both Sun-
day. .Mar. 22.
Students who will take part in
the Seders are Debby Buchwald.
Sonny Burns. Kllen Epstein, Su-
Mizrahi. Bernard Nussbaum. Peg-;
gj Reiff, Esther Robinsky. Terry
Sabacus, Jeffrey Kirschenbaum.
Rochelle Lipschitz. Sarah Ann Ru
hinstein. David Rutman. and Yael
Yanich,
FEMALE STUDENT AT UNIVERSITY
OF MIAMI wuuld like KOSHER
PASSOVER MEALS at reasonable
cost. Proximity to school preferred
but not mandatory. Call Esther Gary,
M0 1-2511 ext. 3721 eves.
length jacket which completed
her ensemble, and it was banded
in black silk-satin.
Mrs. Anna Wexler's ice blue
sheath was banded around the
neckline and down the front in
royal blue. An iridescent blue
and green silk brocade was worn
by Mrs. Jack Berman. Mrs. Min-
nie Goldstein chose a silver
lamee and turquoise brocade.
Her bodice was in turquoise silk
chiffon, and a hip-length jacket
completed her ensemble. Bron/e
and gold lamee combined in
Mrs. Ida Marks' sheath.
Ice pink silk with a Bavari
lace bodice was worn by M
Bertha Kramer. A white irid
cent sequined sweater opp
her Sheath. Mrs Rose Fit Ci
bined shocking pink and ic pi
in her broca.'ed sheath. Her ne<
line was a modified scoop. M
Leona Shcnker's taupe silk
paca cocktail suit had a sclf-C
nred ribbon lace bodice Bla
and white combined in the .
strait print which Mr- Jem
Hoffman chose, Jet-colored b
tons cascaded down the front.
her jacket.
The
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847 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Announces that Beginning
Tuesday, March 24
STR/CTL Y KOSHER
L'PESACH
Home Style Pesachdica
Baked Goads
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
HONEY CAKE NUT CAKE MACAROONS
SPONGE CAKE COOKIES
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Mttt&J. fhcridlan
Friday. March 20, 1964
Pompano Farmer to Dedicate Cedars
Hospital Wing to Late President Kennedy
A Horatio Algcr story comes to
a heart-warming climax in Miami,
for Sam Siegcl, of Pompano.
He is a farmer with a great love
for his countryand for former
president John F. Kennedy.
When he endowed an eight-
room wing on the Cardiac floor
Of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
he made a decision. The entire
wing would honor the late Presi-
dent whom he admired, and the
memorial plaque would reflect it.
On Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Siegcl will
wield a mallet to deliver the first
official taps on the bronze brackets
attaching the wall plate.
i
Present at the dedication cere-
monies will be trustees and board
members, department heads and
government officials.
Siegel's endowment will make
possible the completion of a por-
tion of the patient rooms in the
fourth lloor Cardiac section, it was
announced by Hospital President
Harry L. Lewis.
Administrator S. K. Bronsteir.
will greet Siegcl upon his arrival
tribute to the fourth generation
farmer, a rarity these days, and to
shake the hand of the quiet little
man who is doing so much for
others.
Invited to participate in the
ceremonies will be Rep. Claude
Pepper and Dante Fascell, May-
or Robert King High and Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall.
The dedication program will in memory of the 35th Pi
elude a public reading of the tries- John F. Kennedyfrom om
sage on the bronze memorial the American system has
plaque, which' is inscribed: "In In gratitude.''
SAM SIEGAl
tident,
whom
helped.
Summer Fun
For Chidren
Outdoor Activities Beckon
Left !o right are Charles Mandlestam, Doral Club pro, Sam
Sharrow, pro from Ellenville. N.Y., and Rex Moss, Israeli
coif champion at Caesarea Golf Club in Isiael. Moss this
week made his U.S. debut in the Doral Hotel and Country
Club Tournament. The S50.000 Doral Open is in its third an-
nual presentation, running through Sunday.
Rabbi Levi Guest
At B'nai Raphael
Pulpit guest during Friday eve-
ning services at Congregation
B'nai Raphael last week was Rab-
bi Eliezer A. Levi. of Canada.
Kabbi Harold Kichter. the congre-
gation's spiritual loader, offici-
ated.
Born and educated in Toronto,
P.abbi Levi is a graduate of the
University ol Toronto and the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. He was the first Jewish
chaplain on foreign -oil during
World War II. serving in the South-
west Pacific,
Rablii Levi discussed tne aims
of the United Synagogue of Anier-
iia and "the recapture of Jewish
attitudes" through the organiza-
tion.
Belli Am summer program, spon-
sored by Temple Beth Am under
the direction of Hal Kinsler. is in
its fifth year and caters to the in-
dividual child's age level activi-
tiesrecreational, educational, re-
ligious and good fellowship.
Sessions of two 4-week terms will
be featured, with special arrange-
ments being made this year for
2-week registrations for those who
arc not available for the longer
terms.
Beth Am boasts a returning
staff each year of professional
teachers, matured counselors
and well qualified specialists.
Added to this year's staff will
be a well-known drama and
dance instructor.
Completion of construction on
the Temple grounds will provide
additional space for outdoor
sports.
Beth Am operates on a limited
registration so as to insure quality
in its programing. Registration is
open, and application blanks are
available at ihe Temple Office,
5950 SW 88th St.
CAMP DIRECTORY
FLORIDA
Camp Gan Israel of Florida
Children 6 to 16
located in Dcland Heights. Deland
250 miles from .Miami
Office at 918 6th St. and
1020 Michigan Ave.
Phones 532-5694. 534-0421
Camp Ocala
Boys and girls 5 lo 16
Located in Ocala National Forest
Write 1541 V Bayshore Dr Miami
Or call FR 1-7858. FR 9-86' 1
Continued on Following Pjae
RABBf ELIEZER LEV!
Conservatives To Meet Tuesday
Jewis h Political Conservatives I Jr. will speak on the United Na-
will meet Tucs;'av evening, 8 p.m., tions.
at the South Miami Savings and t Arth"r Bloom president of the
_ .,,. Jewish Political Conservatives,
I*an Association Building. 6075 wi con(|uct tho meeting, and a
f-Junset Dr.. So. Miami. Ted Slack' discussion will follow Slacks talk.
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LOW CRUISE FARES INC LUBE:
All mealsincluding festive
Captain's Dinner! Full enter-
tainment programCruise
Director, floor shows, movies,
games and prizes, calypso band!
". Captain's Cocktail Party I
\'. Continental breakfast!
si Midnight snacks!
'ft Duty-free shopping
on board!
New Camp Ready
To Open in N.Y.
A dramatic new concept in Jew-
ish traditional camping has just
become available. It is Hili Inter-
national Camp which will bring to-
gether Jewish youngsters from
many lands to live, play, and grow
together in a Torah-inspired at-
mosphere.
Located on the site of fabulous
White Roe Lake, Livingston Man-
or. N. Y., Hili International Camp
will provide a unique cultural ex-
change program.
The camp, which is directed by-
Rabbi Jacob I. Nislick and the He-
brew Institute of Long Island, fea-
tures the finest possible plant.
To have the widest possible se-
lection of those who qualify, tuition
lor the eight week season has
been set at $475. The camp is for
boys and girls, ages 5 to 16.
Additional information may be
obtained from Hili International
Camp, Suite 901. 225 W. 34th St..
New York.S.T.
Everyone is switching to the
h,u NEW
INTERNATIONAL
CAMP
BOYS and GIRLS 5-16
8 WEEKS
S 175
A FINE CAMP AT A FAIR PRICE
UNIQUE CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Located ot Fabulous White Roe lake, Livingston Manor, N.Y.
TOP PHYSICAL PLANT 1 1-2 mile prtvate Like
course driving range tennis archery riflery
sailing scuba diving indoor gym rec h.-.lls.
COMPLETE RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP TRAINNG PROGRAM
C.I.T.. WAITERS WAITRESSES. STAFF AIDES. J.C. C
Hebrew Institute ol Long Island
R.nbbi J.icob I. Nislick. Executive Director
Write HILI INTERNATIONAL CAMP, Suite 901,
225 West 34th St., New York 1, N.i or call 212 PE 6-0643
nrl GA -->!
water s'< ig
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CAMP JUDAEA
OUR '1th SEASON
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
VACHON (Leaders*,r Trair
(8th 9th 10th Grade)
OFFARIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT
(4th 5th Grade) <6th 7th Grade)
IN THE PICTURlSaUl BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS ARTS A CRAFTS
NATURE STUDY MUSICDRAMATICS RESIDENT NURSI3
Israel Fostered Through Activity, Play. Modern Hebrew,
Daily and Sabbath Services Dietary Lawa Observed
mum TRADITION and WRIT Of [KITZ
FEE: $235 Per Session. Plus $10 Registration Fee
$455 Full Season, Plus $10 Registration Fee
REGISTRATION LMITEO TO 170 CAMPERS
FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21
SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Auq. IB
FUll SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. IS
SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
Sponsored by HADASSAH 4 2.O.A. -M.-nil,. i Imerlran fs g i
FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE
GEORGf STERN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, C:
LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556
9)
J0Y CRUISES SAIL \
rIOYS AT 4:45 PM V
For reservations, tee your Travel Agent, or
CTmUCUID M Pier No. 2, Biscayne Blvd. & lOih St.
OltAMoHlr lill. Miami,Florida33101 FR9-3836
Member of the distinguished Fiagler System
"70 years experience in passenger steamship service"
... "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Pu-pose"
BLUE STAR CAMPS
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
(20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains)
GIRLS AND BOYS
7 TO 17 YEARS
Campers meet at nearby NEW
all-weather resort Airport
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SEASON
IN GREATER MIAMI AREA
PLEASE CONTACT:
MRS. Lll ROSEN
FR 18205
MRS. ROZ SUTTA
HI 6-1846
MR. HARRY KAPLAN
WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577
Mid-Atlan ic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private
Estate with, two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pi
LrHif? t "S,lal Camping "Cities. Six separate prograi i -
Trin m "WUP8- l!0S1(l<'n, P^tei. Tutor,,,, aVailab
mask "prIm ASM.fn(l,Smoky Special pre-seas
HASKhrBALL CAMP. Itequest 44-page catalog
^RACTadRdS.,0cFlBIUE STAR CAMPS WllL IN THE MIAMI
AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVES
FOR APPOINTMENT.
Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS:
Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin
,. Full.time Winter Address:
1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309


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Friday. March 20, 1964
+Jtmisli fhridi^r
f Samet Takes Part
In Texas Talks
Seymour Samet, Florida execu-
tive director of American Jewish
Committee, will serve as a special
trainer af the AJC Leadership In-
stitute bemg held in Austin, Tex.,
this weekend.
Samet, a specialist in group dy-
namics, will conduct several ses-
sions on "Leadership and Prob-
lems of Group Behavior." As a
member of the training faculty, he
will also participate in discussions
of current community relations
problems.
The Institute is one in a series
designed to train lay members of
the AJC in techniques for increas-
ing community leadership skills.
Samet has conducted similar
training projects in Duck Key,
Fla.; Chattanooga. Tenn.; and
Hunt. Tex.
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Bank Dividend Approved i
Directors of the. Metropolitan
Bank of Miami, meeting Thursday,
approved the regular quarterly
COSh dividend of twenty cenYs per"}
share, payable Apr. 24. to stock-
holders of record as of Apr. 10.
Film Showing
On Mrs. FDR j
A film on the life of Eleanor
Roosevelt, with narration by Mike
Wallace, was to be shown at the
monthly luncheon meeting of the
Louise Wise Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, on Thursday.
To be held in the Monte Carlo
Hotel starting at 11:30 a.m.. the
affair was also to feature vocal se-
lections by Mrs. Joseph White.
program vice president, with ac-
companiment by Binah Barnett, I
Surfside Elects
Howard Mayor
In Tuesday Race
i Cunncilnifln' Lee Howard became
Mayor of the Town Council of Surf-
side in Tuesday's election.
Mrs. Reah Cashman Gladuin
became the first woman to be
elected to the Council, linishing
third in a field of six candidates,
receiving 457 votes.
Dan Piver, vice president of
the Surfside Civic Association,
won a four-year term as second
candidate with 597 votes.
Howard, top man, garnered 626
ballots. Losers included Raymond
L. Wise. 427; Kenneth A. Wolis,
405; and John R. Spatz. 184.
Mayor Howard succeeds Sidney
King, who still has two years to
serve on the Town Council with
Louis Hoberman.
YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED
CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA
Offers You the Opportunity of Sending Your Child to a Kosher Camp
and at the same time he will be close by.
FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16
Centrally foceteff in Deland Heights, Defend, m".,~150 Miles from Miami
8 WEEKS, June 22 Aug. 16 $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225
ALL ACTIVITItS SWIMMING SPORTS ARTS & CRAfTS
PROftSSIONAL COUNSELORS DOCTOR ana* NURSE
All Those Registering Before April 10 ore Eligible for o 10% Discount.
A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE
Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew Classes
OFFICE LOCATED AT
918-6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave.
Phones 532-5694, 534-0421
Tun in Sun' Planned by Camp Directors
Continued from Preceding Page
Camp Simchah
Children 4 to 13
Temple Adatli Yeshurun
1025 \K Miami Garden Dr., Miami
I "i information call Wl 7 1435
GEORGIA
Sky Lake Camps
Boys and girl 7 to 17
Located in Sautee
Li cal representath>.-
Ira and Donna Steinmetz, 62
Sid and Marilyn Greenspan,
H i 5-6304
'i Write P.O Box 159, Miami 45
NEW YORK
Hili International Camp
Boys and girls 5 to l<>
Located at Livingston Manor
Write Hili International (-'amp.
.Suite 901. 225 W. :i4th St..
New York 1, X.Y.
NORTH CAROLINA
Blue Star (.amp
Girls and boys 7 to 17
Located in Hendersonville
Write to Harry (!. and
i Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1-8205
Mrs. Roz Sutta, HI 6-184
Harry Kaplan. WA 2-1162, \VA 3-1577
Camp Judaea
For boys and girls
Located in Hendersonville
Write George Stern. Director
50 Whitehall St. S.W.
Atlanta :;. Georgia
Local information:
Ph. 758-8385, JE 1-5556
Camp Pinewood
Boys and girls 5 to 17
Locate I m Hendersonville
Call Dr. and Mrs, Donald
Michelson, MO 7-1808, MO
Fli and Fran Meltzer
JE 1-6776, JE 8-8696
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IN FLORIDA'S
COOt OCAIA
NATIONAl fOREST
At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16J will enjoy the most fun-filled
summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily water-
skiing, swimming, and horseback riding-no extra charge. Trained by
mature counselor-experts 11 to every 3 children-triple the average).
Bo.itci-.fl. Tennis. Archery. Dramatics, Team Sports. Rillery. Golf.
Arts & Crifts Fulltime Licensed Physician and 3 Registered Nurses
Friday Night Sabbath Services Starts June 2< Full 8 or 4 Week
Sessions C.ill or Write for Full Details:
10th
Year
OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI
FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601
DIRECTORS:
Dr. Theodore R. Struhl Benjamin Miller
Major Leonard Wollman Robert H. Wollman
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Herman M I'opkm
lioo Crescent Avenue. N.E.
Atlanta, Ga.
Local representatives?;


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BETH AM SUMMER PROGRAM
PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE AGE LEVEL OF YOUR CHILD
FULL DAY SESSIONS CHILDREN 5 to 12
.mm: 15 to AUGI-ST a
SHORT PERIOD REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED
DANCE & DRAMA SWIMMING BOWLING
SKATING HORSEBACK RIDING
Staffed by Qualified Teafchers and Mature Counselors.
Specialists with years of experience. Hal Kinsler, Director.
PHONE 666-2536
TEMPLE BETH AM
S9S0 N. KENDALL DR. (S.W. 88th St.) MIAMI 56, FLORIDA
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Belle Aire Ranch Camp
Boys and girls 8 to 17
and
Camp Belle Aire
Boys and girls 6 to 16
Located in Sparta
BELLE AIM RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELIE AIRE
AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE
ATOP THE COOt CUMBERIAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN."
Belle Aire
liamii
Camp
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Belle
Aire
CAMP SIMCHAH
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS
STARTING JUNE 22nd THROUGH AUGUST 14tlj.
4 to J3 fears Transportation All Outdoor & Indoor Activities
*---------------------------------------------------+ SWIMMING
BOWLING
BATON TWIRLING
ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC.
Phone Wl 7-1435
I Under the direction of Martin
Knouel. member of faculty at
I Norland J.nior H'nh School.
Select Staff of teachers, conn.
| selors and specialty instructors
Write Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Komisar. Directors
Route No. 7. Sparta. Tenn.
Local representative:
Mrs. Betty Metlika
.1140 SW l.ith St.. lil .-1-3751
ISRAEL
Kfar Hayarok
Buys and girls 1-1 to 17
, Contact : Israel llistadrnt
Committee, No. 1 Lincoln
Suite 214, JE 8-1231
TOR B0VS AND GIRIS 8- 17
Specializing in
HORSEBACK RIDING
SHODEOS & ROPING
WEEKLY HORSEBACK
TRIPS. OVERNIGHT
A TRAIL RIDES
SWIMMING 4
BOATING
ATHLETICS &
CRAFTS
Dormitory-type Building
Meals are simple, nourishing
and well balanced.
$120 for 2 weeks
(All Inclusive Fee)
FOR BOYS AND GIRIS 6-17
A Complete Camping Program
FOSTERING of all the -ARTS"
WATER SPORTS-
ATHLETICS
HORSEBACK RIDING
- RODEO ARENA
5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP
TRIP-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.)
ARCHERYRIFLERY
FENC.NG
Kosher Food Upon Request.
Special attention to underweights.
Registered Nurse on
24-Hour Duty.

or $330 for 6 weeks i $400 for 5 weeks
(All Inclusive Fee)
(All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JUNE 6 to JUIY 17 DATES JULY 19 to AUG. 23
For Full Information and Brochures
CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami
Telephone HI 3-3751
OR WRIT!
MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS
Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tenn.
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Our 10th
Year
"AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
CAMP PINEWOOD
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
3.1 I TEARS OF CAMPING EXPERIENCE
f MM if SAME MANAGEMENT
THREE FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS in the POCONOS of PENNSYLVANIA
LAKE OWEGO
for Soys
Athletics Water Sports
Canoe Trips Fishing
Scouting Private Lake
4 Weeks $275
6 Weeks $410
8 Weeks $525
PINE FOREST
CAMP
CO-ED
ALL WATER AND
CAMP SPORTS
SEPARATE CAMPS
3 MILES APART
TIMBER TOPS
for Girls
Water Sports Pioneering
Private lake Cantpcroft
Canoe and Vagabond Trips
4 Weeks $275
6 Weeks $410
8 Weeks $525
2500 It. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains,
cool, invigorating healthful climate 97 allergy free where
the growth and development of each child is guided with love,
experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff
Sabbath Services full cultural and athletic program tutoring.
CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED
- THE DIRKT0RS -
Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michelson tli and fran Meltter
MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776-JE 8-8696
Accredited Mcrob.
Anui ... i <'.. lining As:
Grade "A" Rjrmg
\.C. Biur.l of HcmIiIi
F0R INFORMATION AND BROCHURES CO NTACT OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE:
FITHIAN STUDIO OF DANCING & DRAMA, 323 W. 47th STREET, JE 1-7883
$ KY LAKE
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HIOH IN THl BLUi NIOOC MOUNTAINS
Hi'ic GEORGIA
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities,
small groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities.
Registration for 1964 Season is Now Open
IRA I DONNA STEfNMETZ-Comp Direefors-SiD I MARILYN GREENSPAN
Ph. 624-0692 Ph. Wl 5-6904
P. O. Box 159 Miami 45, Florid*


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Friday, March 20, 1984
Jfyar Richard Pomerance
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
lla 1 leader of Beth David, will
fliciale at services Saturday
lorniog, Mar. 21. when Richard
rain Pomerance will become a
ar Mitzvah.
Richard, son of Dr. and Mrs.
loseph Pomerance. is an eighth
rade honor student at Palmetto
unior Hijjh.
He is interested in stamp and
in-collecting, and his favorite
Dort is baseball.
He plays in the Khoury Baseball
i .ague.
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Paul Weintraub
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
ader of Temple Emanu-EI, will
Ificiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
'aul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sig-
aind Weintraub. on Saturday
orning, Mar. 21.
Paul attends seventh grade at
ia M Fisher Junior High School.
He is a member of the Stamp Club
id the Photography Club. His
iterests include music and play-
Ig the piano, as well :is sports
, :>ll kinds He Is the recipient
i the Red Cross Achievement
ward for swimming.
Paul's grandparents. Mr. and
rs. Ceorge A. Cohen and Mr.
id Mrs. Abraham Weintraub, will!
tend. |
The celebrant will be honored
i a Kiddu-h immediately follow-!
,g worship service at the Nether-
ind Hotel, and at a family reccp-'
on and dinner Sunday evening,
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Fred Wilner
Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
ilner, will become Bar Mitzvah
uring Saturday morning services,'
lar. 21, at Temple Ner Tamid. I
labbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
date.
Fred is a student at Nautilus
unior High and attends Temple
er Tamid Religious School.
Philip Sirot.i
Rabbi Henry Wernick will ol-
idate at the Bar Mitzvah of
hilip Lawrence Sirota on Satur
ay morning, Mar. 21, at Temple
iferelh Israel.
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
rota, attends seventh grade ;il
Carol City Junior High, and is in-
terested i" sports.
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Ryan Dearr
The Bar Mitzvah of Ryan Lori
Dearr. son of Mrs. Mildred Dearr
and the late Sheldon Dearr, of
! 725 Cremona Ave., Coral Gables,
will take place on Saturday morn-
! ing. Mar. 21. at Congregation Beth
j El, with Rabbi Solomon Schilf Of-
ficiating.
Ryan is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy of
' Greater Miami, and a member of
Special Honors Math Class.
Si K' t
Geoffrey Mack,
Geoffrey L. Mack, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Roy Mack, will become
| Bar Mitzvah at services conduct-
ed by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
, at Beth David Congregation on
Saturday morning. Mar. 21.
Geoffrey, who attends Ponce de
Leon Junior High, is president of
his seventh grade class, and is a
representative on the Student
Council.
Robert Wayne
On Saturday morning. Mar. 21.
al Temple Zion Robert, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wayne, will
be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Alfred
Waxnian will officiate.
Robert, a seventh grade student
81 Riviera Junior High School,
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple Zion Confirmation
Class
Joseph Rubin
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. i
David Rubin, of 17905 NE 7th Ct.,
No. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 21. at
Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will officiate.
Joseph is a seventh grader at
Temple Adath Yeshurun on Fri-
day evening. Mar. 20. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will officiate.
Susan is a seventh grader at
the John F. Kennedy Junior High
School of North Miami Beach.
She excels in the violin and is
an Honor Roll student.
A reception will follow services
in Susan's honor.
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Geoffrey Mode Robin Silver
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School of North Miami Beach. He
excels in sports and has broken
the track record at Sabal Palm
Elementary.
Robin Silver
Bas Mitzvah of Robin (Candy),
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Silver, wjll be celebrated this Sat-
urday morning. Mar. 21. at Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Candy is president of her sev-
enth grade class at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School and an honor stu-
dent. She is in the accelerated
mathematics program, a member
of the Girls Athletic Association
and a talented pianist. Her hob-
bies include arts and crafts, swim-
ming and water sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal are
Candy's grandparents. The cele-
brant will be honored at a recep-
tion at her home Saturday even
ing
Morgan Rood
On Saturday. Mar. 21. Morgan
Roger Rood, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rood, 8600 SW 46th Ter..
will become Bar Mitzvah. Hab-
bi Mordecai Podet will officiate,
with Cantor Gordon Richards
rendering the musical portion*
ol the Sabbath liturgy.
Morgan is an eighth grade hon-
or student at Rockway Junior High
School, and is in the school band.
He has been awarded second
Richard Pomerance Paul Weintraub
prize Red Ribbon in the Pure
Mathematics Division of the Math-,
ematics Fair, and a Superior
Blue Ribbon in the Science Fair.
His exhibit on the "Vibrations of
Sound" is on display at Dinner
Key Auditorium. Morgan is in-
terested in stamp and coin-collect-
ing. .
Mr. and Mrs. Rood will host the
Kiddush in his honor.
Edward Cardone
Bar Mitzvah of Edward Samuel
Cardone will take place at Tem-
ple Tifereth Israel on Saturday
morning. Mar. 21. with Rabbi Hen-
ry Wernick officiating
Son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Car-
done, the Bar Mitvah is a sev-
enth grade pupil at Horace Mann
Junior High. He is interested in
tape-recording music,
Susan Nadler
Susan Nadler. daughter of Jos-
eph Nadler. of North Miami
Beach, will be Bas Mitzvah at
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
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DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
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500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
NOW OPEN
at 11:30 a.m. DAILY
for LUNCH .i
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CREAMED CHICKEN
* V. Kin%.,.,.. $1.65
STUFFED CA3EAGE
Hungarian C'i /S ft
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BEEF GOULASH
Broad Noodles rm >*.
Frorh Vegetable ~i.0
POT ROAST
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IE I 1917.
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SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD
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OPEN ALL YEAR
1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
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OPEN II AM Til 10 P.M. DAILV
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Chinese Restaurant
Corner Lincoln Ri.
iWet Ave.
JE 2-9922
Now Open
Victor
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Where Elegance
in Dining is
A Tradition
1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND
RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
C8Ht CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Manaaement,
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Friday. March 20, 1964
, U m tsii IfU'nrffdffan
Paqe 15 9
People Speak
To Hear Panel
LEGAL NOTICE
"The Eternal Triangle: Poverty,
Hunger and Over-Population" is
the subject of The People Speak
Town Hall Forums in conjunction
with the Peace Center on Friday,
8 p.m., in Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1234 Washington Avc.
Prof. Thomas Carroll, sociolo-
gist, University of Miami faculty.
and Mrs. II. Franklin Williams,
board member of Dacle County Hn
man Relations Council and Plan-
ned Parenthood Association, will
be panelists, with Chaim Rose.
moderator
Rep. Claude Pepper (with scissors) officiates director; Pepper; Arthur H. Courshon, chair-
at ribbon-cutting ceremonies opening Jeffer- man of the board, and Jack D. Gordon, chair-
son National Bank of Miami Beach for busi- man of the Executive Committee. Jefferson
ness. Flanking Pepper are directors of the National. South Florida's newest U.S.-chcrrter-
oank located a'. 301 -41st St., Arthur Godfrey ed banking institution, features a full trust de-
Rd.. at Pinetree Dr. Left to right are Ben Giller, partment. It opened early to fulfill numer-
director; Milton M. Gaynor, director; Thomas ous requests and will be formally dedicated
Tom) E. Mottola, president; Jack R. Courshon, Apr. lb. Thomas Jefferson's birthday.
Israelite Center
Passover Session
On Tuesday evening, in the Is-
raelite Center Social Hall, the
Dora Stein Sisterhood will pre-
-< nt a Passover workshop con-
ducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky.
Questions pertaining to the cus-
toms, traditions and laws of the
festival will be explored by Rabbi
Swirsky, with particular attention
to "Why do Children ask the
Annual Purim Auction
R'nai B'rith Women of .Miami
will hold its annual Purim auction
at .Masonic Hall. -11 Valencia, Cor-
al Gables, on Saturday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Peter Duchon and Mrs.
George Licbman are in charge ol
tickets.
Torah Presentation Told
Temple Zamora announces
presentation of a Torah to
Huge Handicap
Due at Gulf stream
The 19th running of the S100.000
Gulfstream Park Handicap, top
handicap event of the meeting,
highlights the week's racing cal-
endar The Gulfstream Handicap
will be run Saturday, and a com-
panion feature of the week's sport
will be the $15,000 Green Valley-
Handicap on the turf on Wednes-
day.
All eyes will be centered on
the handicap in which a field of
anywhere from a dozen to eigh-
teen may be in the lineup, headed
by Gedney Farm's Gun Bow, the
California handicap champion.
Gun Bow will be trying to emu-
late the feats of Swaps and Round
Table who came out of the West
meet Monday, 6:30 p.m., at Chand- to gain added fame at Gulfstream.
kr's Restaurant. Swaps set a world's record for a
After a cocktail hour, dinner milc al,d yards and Round
will be served at 7:30 p.m. Pro- Table equalled the Gulfstream mile
gram will include a panel of and a quarter mark, current dis-
Beach Dentists
To Meet Monday
Miami Beach Dental Society will
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kashes?", "Why is the 'number Temple sanctuary by Mr. and Mrs.
four' so important in the ritual of Harry Harris in honor of their
the evening?"< "Why does Elijah 50th wedding anniversary. Dedi-
visit Jewish homes at the Seder cation ceremonies will be held
Time" Sunday. Apr. 26.
speakers.
Participants are Drs. Gilbert J.
Bardfeld, periodontia; Isadora R.
Wcinstein. oral surgery; and Ger-
ald I. Wernick, endodontia.
tance of the handicap, of 1:59 4,5
to win the Gulfstream. Bill Shoe-
maker will ride the speedy colt.
Guests on Television
Demos Schedule
Beach Dinner
Biscayne Democratic Club has
announced that its ninth annual
dinner will be held at the Algiers
Hotel on
25.
1 S. Senators George Smathers
and Spessard Holland head the
list of national and local officials
who have been invited to attend.
Peter F. Heller is president of
the organization.
Students of Congregation Beth
K! will be guests on Educational
TV Ch. 2 program. ""Living He-
brew," under the direction of
Louis Schwartzman, ol the Bureau
ol Jewish Education.'The children
will present a Mo,'el Seder super-
Saturday evening, Apr. vjstl(| ,)y Qeorge GoIdberg of tm>
Beth El faculty. The program is
seen 7 to 7:30 p.m.. Thursday,
Mar 26.
B'nai Sholem
Launches Drive
"Brotherhood in Action" is the
keynote of the new building drive
being launch.'.I by Temple B'nai
Sholem, 16800 NW 22nd Ave.
To aid and stimulate interest in
the drive, a musical comedy,
"Whirl ol Music." created by Ruth
Max. will be presented Apr. 25 and
Variety Hospital
Names Blank
Jerry Blank, vice president oi
National Brands, has been named
in the Hoard of Directors ol Va-
riety Children- Hospital, accord-
ing to an announcement by Hospi-
tal President Roscoe Brunstetter.
Blank is also president of the
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Companies oi
Orlando. Lakeland and Melbourne.
He is a director of City National
Hank oi .Miami Beach, a founder
)hn, president, and Mel Golberq, sales manager of
--oodman Sons, Inc., check Shmuioh Matzos as they
1 golden brown through the long ovens at their plant in
Long Island City. N.Y. The Kosher lor Passover baking pro-
cess was suparvised by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow, ol New York,
I assis'ed by other prominent spiritual leaders there. A. Good-
nic:i & Sons has been producing food for consumers over 188
years.

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Sam Rappaport, tin. of 1641 Al-
ton Rd Miami Beach, dud late
ruesday nighl
Mr Rappaport, a resident here
(or over :S8 years, came from
Clarksdale, Miss. He was a pro-
duce clerk .it Food pair Stores
and .1 member of Beth El Congre-
gation,
Survivors include a son. Stephen.
ol Washington, D. C; and sister,
Mrs Gussie Jacobskind, of Miami.
Services were Wednesday at
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T
How to Prepare Your Home for Passover
rhis authoritative guide to the
ssovef observance is prepared
by the rabbinical authorities of
Union of Orl'iodox Jewish Con-
; relations of America. A guide
nnol deal with all problem-
I kely to arise. In the event of a
. lestion, consult your spiritual
l< ader.

What is the basic dietary law on
which Passover food prepara-
tion and use is based?
i : on the use ol chometz, a
' i.: lerm lor all lea\ ene I
is and drink
i h ..i. rye, barley, oats, mil-
l as ell derh ati\ es ol the
is, art subject t-> the bus ol
it lz Rice, corn, peas and all
i i ''i. ;-. Iso maj nol be
i >ed during Passover. Gra n
negar i- an example of deriva-
i i lucid uhuli is chometz,
t-cw much chometz in a parli-
cular fso: makes it unfit for
Passover use?
Any amount, one must not eal
have anj chometz during the
. lire Passover period, whether
i the .natural -tatc. processed
I rm, or in mixture.
Lntil what time may chometz be
eaten this year?
mi :/ may nol be eaten this
year alter a,30 a.m.. of Kpev
Pesach, which this year is Fri
day, Mar 27.
Are fresh fruits and vegetables
kosher for Passover, other than
"dfewislli Floridxan
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1964
Section C
legumesLeors, corn, peas,
etc.?
Fresh fru ts and vegetables, with
'' 1 xceplioa r.otecl, are k isher
tor Passover. Kocd which is pre-
p; red "! processed com n xcially
!:i any way maj nol he kosher
. r 1 .1.- t 1 lie o.iiy asiiu ance
that p:!ck.iL:< ii proii s-< foods and
In. 1 r iducts are kosher for
1 \ er 1 c ?rl il ical '. bj rec 1 \
nized rabbinic authorities, indi-
at* :< bj a label or emblem of
such rabbinic certification. Such
Kosher for Passover certification
should bo clearly and unmistak-
ably an authentic pan oi the
latel printed by 'lie manufactur-
er directly mi the container or
v rapper oi the product.
ihculd dishes, utensils and other
kitchen and eating and stor-
age implements be bought
specifically for Passover use?
Such a procedure is the best as-
surance of complete adherence to
Pi ssover regulations. Under speci-
1 c conditions, ami if properly
koshered, some utensils used the
resl "f the year may be used dur-
ing Passover. It 1- suggested that
a ...lu be asked about the proper
procedui <-.
r.'ay plastic tableclothes be used?
Yes.
Does the oven need special clean-
ing?
Tl e oven ;- usi thr lughout
":i \".m .,:..! il mil ; lie cleaned.
crapi urned out. A fitted
metal lining for the interior is
recommended. Special metal plates
'houlj lv placed OVI 1 the lop oi
Ihe range to prevent contact with
Pas>o\ r utensils. Your rabbi
hjII be happy to give information
i-n how to do this.
What is to be dene with the cho-
metz which is not used up or
disposed of before Passover?
Passover regulations require
transfer "i ownership of such
chometz 10 a non-Jew through an
instrument called Shiar Mechi-
rah." All leftover chometz should
be placed m a -pare room, closet
or trunk which is then to be lock-
ed. All chometz dishes and uten-
ils. alter being thoroughly clean-
0 musl be plat cd in a spec-
i-li> I'h k.;, I .1 .'I. n. 'Ihe ra
I to prepare a bill
' i .'-'.' ''.:. lor tl IS :
chometz to a
V.'hsr, is ownrrship returned?
i he 1 1 at : :-.- t. may
lv 'I,,' chometz alter
1 it a :.i;i may be
used One's name and address
should ue hit with the rabbi and
.1 n 1-1 nabie timi rmitted to
i. -- before the stored chomet i
used tn allow ihe rabbi enough
lime to !m.-h the second part ol
ihe transaction.
What is the special ceremony for
dispcsal of chometz?
A formal ceremony, called
kal Chometz," is required.
This begins with a final check <>;
ihe home at nightfall, Thursday,
Mar. I'G. to make sure that all
chometz has been removed, 'ihe
pockets of ;ill clothes to be worn
during Passover should be includ-
ed in this search.
How is "Bedikat Chometz" per-
formed?
Since the home is presumed
this time In be lice ol chome l
crumbs Ol bread are placed
tach room so that the search \v 1
not be in vain. Immediately
ter nightfall on Thursday, M
\'~>. ihe head of the house, his
lighted by a candle carried b>
member 01 the family, goes fri
room 1^1 room, using a feath
and wooden spoon to gather ;
The chometz, spoi
leather and candle are then wr
, ..'i a cloth and tied with
string. 'Ibis chometz is to
ed the next morning. 'I
1 id the house then torma
unces ownership ol any
scovi n 1 chometz. The formu
K >! Chamira." appears at I
esinning ol ihe haggadah,
'h blessing which is to
1 1 I onl) in the evening.
What is the ceremony tor the
burning of the chometz?
The ceremony 1- called "B
i 11 imetz" and takes place no I
('; than 10 a in.. on erev I'esai .
March 27. The chometz, as u
as any bread left over from brei
fast, is burned, and the "K -.
Chamira" i- amain recited.
Are there any other requi'i.
merits?
All Passover kitchen and eati j
and storage implements and lui -
are placed in then- proper plac< -.
'lour home is now free oi c
metz and ritually prepared t >r
Passover and for the first Sei
on Friday evening, Mar. '-'7.
r
The traditional way to make a Seder
1
CANDLIS arc
lighted by thr.
mother of t li e
house to usher in
thr I'-'Mwi! of Pass-
ovit. Thr benedic-
lion which she pro-
noun ffs over h e
randlei give* a re-
ligious meaning to
this simple act. An
abundance of light
symbolizes joy and
festivity, and the
soft candle-glow
adI an aura of
spirituality to the
Seder table.
2
A CUP OF WINE
is placed at each
table setting. The
sanctiftration of
ihe Holiday is pro-
nounced over I lie
firt cup. Thrre ad-
ditional cups are
drunk during the
course of the
Seder, making a
total of four, to
>mbolize the four
expression! of ihe
Lord's promise to
redeem the chil-
dren of Israel and
deliver them from
Itondagc.
3
THE HAGGADAH
I literally "ihe tell-
ing") contain* (lie
complete Setter
ceremonies in llirir
prescribed order
Isfi/cr). Tin- fir-t
pan oi the book.
concerned mainly
with the story of
ill.- Jews' deliver-
ance from Egypt,
is read before the
meal. Afler dinner
follows ihe second
purl ion consisting
of prayers of praise
and lliank- lo the
Almighty.
4
MATIOH repre-
sent* thr "bread of
affliction" eaten by
nit Jrws in Egypt,
and also the bread
that had to In-baked
during their hasty
flight when there
was no lime for
learning. Three
matzot are placd
in the Seder trav.
Half the middle
malzoh. avcd for
the Alikomon (dea-
ler!). playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ransomed for a
yrur.
5
THE Z'ROAH,
a roasted *-))aiik
l>one. is placed on
ihe Srder tray. Il
rrprrsenls ihe an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paschal lamh
11'esarh I which
had to he eaten
roasted. I'csach, the
Helirew name for
Passover, also re-
fers to the Lord's
passing over fpoi-
achI thr Jewish
homes .luring thr
plague visited upon
1 lie Kg> plian first-
horn.
tr
.'
6
THE gllTZAH,
a roasted egg
placed left of the
Z'roah, aymbohfM
the required olfcr-
ing brought on all
festivals in the
Temple. The rgg.
while not itself sac-
rificed, is used in
the Seder as it is
Ihe Jewish symliol
I mourning in
this case for the
loss of the Temple
where the sac-
rifices were
brought t
7
'THE MAHOIt
or "hitter herbs"
1 usually horserad-
ish) is placed in
the middle of the
tray nd symbol-
ize* the Jews' hit-
ler fuffering under
ihe Egyptian yoke.
Directly below is
the Cheierelh, a*-
other piece of bit-
ter herb*, com-
memorating the
custom of rating
.tfaror sandwiched
between two pieces
ol Matzoh.
8
THE CHAROSET,
placed beneath the
Z'rotih, is a mix-
ture of chopped
apple, nuts, cinna-
mon, anil wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar used by
the Jews in build-
ing the palaces and
pyramids of Egypt
during centuries ol
forced labor. Be-
fore the Woror i
eaten, it is dipped
into llie Charoid.
9
THE KARPAS.
a piece of parsley
or lettuce placed 10
the left of Ihe
Charosel, symbol-
izes the meager
dirt of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
It is dipped into
salt water in re-
membrance of the
tears they shed in
their misery. The
Karpas also signi-
fies Springtime,
the season of Pass-
over.
10
THE CUP OF Ell-
JAH, filled with
wine, is kept on
the table through-
out the Seder in
the hope that the
Prophet Elijah
may appear as a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the midst
of Iheir memories
of the past, thr
Jews look forward
to the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
and brotherhood.


Paae 2-C
*JfeM#sf- ftoridkw
Friday. March 20, 1964
=*,
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
A Gentleman
Is Wondering
Sorrj s sorrj but your slip is showing.
\dmittedly, you're a Lovely slight to behoid-
vou with your graceful lines, your languorous
air your subdued yet alluring style. Beiis
even ring tor you. But cosmetics are subject
, tv elements. They wear thin. Any fasti-
dious, up-to-date lady knows .hat. Slips aie bound{";';;;;
Even Coral Gables, the -City BeauUful, can not camou
flage its mesay side all the time.
Last year. Albert Jacobson, Miracle Mile merchant and res
ident ol the Gables lor the past fourteen years, ran o he utj
Commission. And as the neighborhood newspaper po mte out.
he was defeated because nc
ihiihh| i- a Jev
Landed Gentry Nix Idea
Albert Jaeobson's first en
counter with the prevailing
attitudes of the landed gen-
try in the Gables area occur-
red when he attempted to
rent a store on Miracle Mile.
'They just didn't want
any truck with a New York
Jew." Mr. Jacobson said.
Finally, he was able to
negotiate a lease, and Albert
Jacobson has become a pro-
gressive, dynamic business-
man in Coral Gables. He has
a-soeiated himself with every
civic project and social need
of his adopted community.
He bas ingratiated himseli
with the traditional power
structure. He has acquired
many "day time friends."
'1 have tried to conduct
myselt in a manner you might
describe as the antithesis the social climber," said Al
Jacobson. "1 know all the right people in town, but the} don't
invite me to their homes or club-, an I 1 don't solicit their busi-
ness. We meet on the common ground ot communitj projects.
He Likes People
Mr. Jacobson is responsible tor much of Miracle Mile's frou-
frouthe bells thai chime pleasantly for the shopper. For three
years he organized church group singing at the City Hall dur-
ing the Christmas season as a contribution to his broad concept
of interfaith brotherhood. He fought the iSate Road Board and
the county and the resull is I.eJeune Rd., wide and smooth.
Al Jacobson. lather ol lour 'smart Jewish kids.'" is in bis
middle years, slightly grey, slightly rounded out and vastly
engrossed with people, lie -imply likes them.
The year he was president of the Coral Gables Chamber ol
Commerce, Jacobson says was the best year the Chamber ever
had. Some ol his concerns include liberalising the liquor laws
and updating the zoning laws, which he leel discourage building
in their present -late.
He Goes in Punching
Musing over the lost election for the City Commission, Mr.
Jacobson said. "They are not progressive. They -hould meet
every week. The\ should update the charter."
Like a disqualified fighter, Albert Jacobson itches to go
in punching. While he leels that the area is on the move to a
more progressive point of view, obviously there is too much
hearkening to time worn rituals to satisfy this "New York Jew.'"
ALBERT JACOBSON
searching for answers
White Rock
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Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
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also
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24 Hour Mobile Service
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Nurses Workshop
Set at Mt. Sinai
Next Week
Mi Sinai Hospital "ill be host
i .. cardiovascular Workshop i<"
rofesaional nurses on Thursday.
Mar 2n. in the Wolfson Auditor
urn ni the hospital
'lb.' all day program, sponsored
j the Florida Nurses Association
n cooperation with the Heart \-
ociation ol Greater Miami, i-
pen to all professional nurses re
ar; less m Florida Nur-cs Associ-
tion affiliation and will deal with
ubjects ranging from diet and
Irug tlu-rapy to cardiac emergen-
ces, pacemakers and hyperten.
sion.
Chairman is Mrs. Carmen F.
JOSS, director of nursing and
lursing education ol Mt. Sinai Hos-
lital. Medical chairman is Dr.
. Leonard Silverman. who is al>o
chairman of niir.-in;; education.
Heart Association ol Greater Mi-
ami.
Speakers during the all-da)
workshop will include Drs. Milton
E. Lesser. Matthew Bradley. Hugh
Gilmore III
Sterling Huntington, Edward si.
Mar> and Silverman.
I'lirimns of the program will
also be handled by Miss Marion
Kutnick director ol dietetics, and
Mrs. Adeline ilaiduek. assistant
director ol Nursing Education at
Mi Sinai Hospital
\,ivancc registration is request Sylvia Bowes at the Hear) Associ.
and ma> I" made with Mrs. ation_ot Greater Mian
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IT!
Heinz Kosher B) Varieties are not Kosher for Passover!
It is now 27 years since our first pre-Passover
announcement, stating that the Q seal of approval
on Heinz labels does not apply to Passover.
To most of the readers of this publication, therefore, >
the repetition is superfluous. But a new generation
grows up constantly. Many householders, just starting
out, have seen our advertising during the year stressing
the Heinz Varieties with the seal. Some of them will
.wondersome of them will guesssome of them will
inquire "Does mean 'Pessadick' as well as 'Kosher?"
So to one and all, we repeat our annual statement,
to avoid all misunderstanding:
"The seal of approval of The Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America applies only to the
year round use of Heinz Varieties not to Passover."
We wish you and your families a happy celebration
of the "Season of Liberation."
H. J. Heinz Company ^?

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Friday. March 20. 1964
^Jewisii ftorSdiiain
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GRAND
UNION
Your nearby GRAND UNION MARKET has a fine selection of
KOSHER FOODS FOR PASSOVER to help make your holiday a mem-
orable occasion.
RKETS
STRUTS GOODMAN'S
MANISCHEWITZ
MATZO
5
LBS.
|79
SEASHORE ^^ ^^
Borscht 23c
COTT ^^ ^^
Beverages 2 33c
- 15c
Farmer Cheese 19c
GOLDS or TUIKOFF
Horseradish
FRIENDSHIP or BREAKSTONE 74 OZ.
*" cAKt WEAL
MAT10 or
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fAtfH
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REITS GOODMAN'S
^MANISCHEWITZ
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Mogen David 109
Manischewiti I09
L'Koved...
89
STREITS MOTHERS
MANISCHEWITZ
White Fish
2 LBS. 89


I:ge 4-C
* Jewish noridian
Friday, March 20. 1964
Jewish Gl's Everywhere
To Celebrate Passover


v:v
By Special Report
NEW YORK American Jews
n ving with the Peace Corps in
P; kistan, Liberia and Ethopia and
with State Department missions
ir Thailand. Vietnam and India
will observe Passover thousands of
miles from an organized Jewish
community because of arrange-
n is] Welfare Board (JWB). Pass-
ever, the world's oldest festival
oi Ireedom begins at Sundown on
27
.'\VB has included these isolat-
ed civilians in planning its world-
wide Passover activities for 100.-
000 Jewish GIs on duty with Amer-
ican military forces at home and
abroad. Passover food packages
i Haggadahs and other Pass-
over religious literature provided
b> JWB to Jewish servicemen and
thiir di pendents and I" hospitahz-
> veterans were also made avail-
c this year, on request, to a
limited number of Jewish civilians
duty with American missions
oad through Ihe JWB's Worn-
- Organizations' Services.
Passover services, Sewarim on
base in synagogues, Jewish
Community Centers and other
community facilities, home hos-
pitality and, at many installa-
tions special Passover meals for
the entire eight days of the holi-
day, have been organized in the
U.S. and overseas by the 370 full
and part-time Jewish chaplains,
regional JWB consultants and
over 200 local JWB Armed Ser-
vices Committees.
Jewish chaplains will officiate
1 Passover services in Vietnam,
K< rea, the Philippines. Japan.
Okinawa. France. Turkey, Alaska.
Canal Zone. Great Britain and
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, Hawaii. Jewish GIs trained by
the chaplains will preside at
Passover festivities in Guantan-
omo Bay. Greenland. Spain, Greece
and North Africa.
Two civilian rabbis will lly to.
bases in the Atlantic on special
Passover military missions. Rab-
bi Isaac Neuinan. of Temple
Judah, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will
presiCe at Passover services to
be held at Lajes Air Force Base.
Azores. Rabbi David Max Eich-
horn, director field operations.
JWB Commission on Jewish Chap
laincy. will be at Kindley Air
Force Base. Bermuda, on a sim
ilar assignment.
On-base Passover services or
home hospitality in nearby com-
munities will also be held for
' Jewish personnel at hundreds of
domestic installations and Vet-
erans Administration hospitals.
JWB is the agency authorized
by the IS Department Ol !>
fense lo meet the religious, morale
and welfare needs "i Jews in Ihe
U.S. Armed Forces and in V'A hos-
pitals.
Trophies Will
Be Awarded
Trophies for achievement, enter-
prise and contribution t>> the club
welfare will be awarded on Satur-
day 8 30 p.m., prior to the Debs
dinner dance at the Deauville lin-
tel for B'nai B'rith Girls.
Election ol an escort as "Heart
Throb Ol 1964" will also be con-
ducted, according to Nikki Jaye
Nedbor, in charge ol arrangements
The Traditional Sugar
for Passover
We wish everyone a joyous holiday
and every pleasure of the
Passover Season. To this end,
Domino Sugars have l>een under the
su|>ervision of Rabbi Hersch Kohn
for many years.
CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
%uu<*aP
^ GRANULATED
CRYSTAL TABLETS
* HOSTESS TABLETS
SPECIAL PASSOVER RECIPES
on Domino Sugar pour spout pack-
ages:
'.'. ringuc and luscious
Cheese Cake on the 5-lb. sire.
[ sus Feast Day Cookies and
Cheese Cake on the 2-lb size.
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Passover
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WILNO KOSHER
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(of Chicogo)
MIAMI BRANCH
2T81 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
Is there a Jew who does not know the significance
of this time-honored question, and the ancient tradition
of its answer? What greater nachas does the ohservant
Jew enjoy than the deep-rooted pleasure of having the
youngest son ask on Seder night:
"Why, father... why is this night distinguished from
all other nights?"
What a deep feeling of pride we have in the niemorv
ot the day when we, as children, were first privileged
to ask this question of our lather!
Thousands of years of tradition lie behind the
answer he gave us because our history as a free
people began with Passover. Only after the Exodus
came the Tablets with the Ten Commandments; then
came our Torah and the Laws that have guided us
during the centuries; and r/ien came our Sages who
transmitted this sacred heritage to us.
Before the first Passover we were a family... a
family ol the Twelve Tribes; it was alter the Exodus
that we became a nation ... a People Of The Torah .
unswerving and undaunted in our rendezvous with
destiny, dedicated to the service of G-D and humanity .
Little wonder that Passover is fraught with such
inspiring significance.
Why does the youngest son ask The Four Quest ions'
It is not mere chance that our Sages decreed that the
youngest member of the family be given the honor ot
asking The Four Questions: in their infinite wisdom
the Sages realized that the preservation of PESACH
depended upon its transmission from father to son
Ihus each father repeats the same answer year alter
year, century after century, so that we may keep the
meaning of Pesach alive in our hearts, and not merely
as words in a book.
Just so we Streits accepted from our father the
sacred trust of baking matzos. For hall a century in
this blessed land we have been privileged to bake
Passover matzos for our fellow Jews. We are gratelul
to possess this coveted trust to observe the rigid
precepts of Kashruth which go with it. We are proud
to bake Shmtirah Matzo that the most pious, most
learned, most reverent Jew. and "Kol Ylsroel," all
our brethren.. may confidently use for the Afikomen
With every Jewish father who breaks the Afikomen
and bestows it piece by piece upon his shining-faced
brood, we shire a historic gladness; from every Jew
who graces his Passover table with our matzos we
derive a kovod more precious to us than the gold
ol Ophir.
May we in all humility say this: The House of Streit
has been blessed with good fortune: through the vears
our ovens have been busy; trucks, trains and boats
have carried our products to every corner of Ihe world
wherever there are Jews; mam. main are the "daily"
Kosher products ihafbear our name
But the) are all secondary to the true purpose ol our
continued existence the observant and traditional
""king ol Passover matzos that continue oi
obligation handed down to us. father to son. father to
son. lather to son' And this is what we learned from
our father, Aron Streit. of blessed memory. the
mandate ol Kashruth, the unhowine fidelity to cor-
rectness, -he traditional family formula responsible for
Ihe unmatched taste and quality of Streit matzos
I his precious heritage from our lather we are proud
to pass on to our children, even unto the voungesi
grandson who. on this coming Passover, will historically
uma nish'tanaw...?"
him'W happHy' Proud'y. 'hankfully will wc answer
Jack and Irving Streit
for THE STREIT FAMILY
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Streit's has everything Kosher for Passover!
MATZOS EGG MATZOS
WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS
MATZO MEAL MATZO FARFEL
GEFILTE FISH CATSUP
BORSCHT FRUIT SLICES
MACAROONS PRESERVE6
CAKE MIXES WITH BAKING PANS
Situate
passover
matzos
7^
under rabbinical supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK


Friday. March 20. 1964
tUmisI TkricJijn
Page 5-C
Jacqueline Kennedy Attends Council of Jewish Women's Tea
iiliCniVPTnY ITAl \lr. ..... ........* I
WASHINGTON (JTA) Mrs.
John F. Kennedy attended a tea
,n Washington this week giveni by m condolence re-1 The chapter organized about 100
the Prince Georges County Chap ( """ ~*" j volunteers, most of them members
ter of the National Council of Jew- coivcd by Mrs. Kennedy after the but a, tacludtag wivos of dl ,.
ish JtVotncn for volunteers who i assassination of the President last
helped handle the more than 800,- -November.
000 messages of condolence re-1
mats *UlioocUin_ Washington and
of government officials. They
sorted the letters, cables and oth-
er messages, according to the type
of acknowledgement required.
Mrs. Kennedy-thanked 1he i >i-
unteers and gave each of them
autographed picture of herself <
her late husband.
Again and again the mystic figure 4 appears in our Passover
ceremonial. We sip four cups of wine, we partake of four special
foods, we ask four questions, we recall the four pledges of
redemption, we relate the parable of the four sons, and we sing
of the four matriarchs.
Rich in meaning, rich in memory is every historic detail of this
centuries-old family celebration. We at Standard Brands are
honored that our Kosher-for-Passover products play a part in
your rejoicing and are welcome in your home the whole year round.
We join you in the hope that the Festival of Freedom will bring
freedom to all Israel and to all the children of men. And
to you and your family we sayChag Someach, Guten Yomtov,
Happy Passover!
Tender I
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+ Uni*t fhtridliari
Friday. Marcb. C3. 1964
Candidates Running for Great Variety of Offices
... ._ -... rri/> t,> ihp nconlo ol I);i Following is a partial list of candidates running for a
of local and statewide offices in the coming elections:
variety
Judge Martin P. Shachat
Elks. Temple Beth Sholom. Civic
League. Chamber of Commerce.
Bayshore Exchange Club. Miami
Beach Taxpayers, American Le-
gion. Jewish War Veterans, Dem-
ocratic Club of Miami Beach.
Shore Unit Cancer League for Men
and North Beach Eelemcntary
Dade County Small Claims Court
Judge Martin P. Shachat has en-
tired bis name in the May 5 Dem-
ocratic Primary election to suc-
ceed himself in the post to which
he was appointed in 1963 by Gov.
Farris Bryant.
During the 10 years prior to his PTA.
appointment to the bench. Judge! He is married to the former
Shachat, a North Miami Beach Barbara Kesell and has two chi
attorney, pleaded more than 5,000 i drcn. David and Bari Lynn.
cases before the court which he; Bcrkman family lives at
now serves. joist St.. Miami Beach.
He was for four years Municipal
Judge for the City of North Miami James W. Kynes
Beach. Just before he was chos-
important that a poor person
Charged with a crime have com-
petent defense counsel as it is [or
the State to have a competent
prosecutor."
Long adds "the Public Defend
er should be available at all times
in order properly to carry out
the duties and obligations
office to the people of
County, and that is exactly
I shail do if elected to this
portant otfice."
Phil Chafetz
Phil Chafetz, a 41-year-old
Chafetz said. "I am for repeal-
ing the legalized n ol (he
public under the ne< uito Tag
Law. repeal of the 1 minatory
tax on sportswear i sports
hat'fc00 inn- tax on mineral pi irs and
timber interest-. Legislation
against capital punishment, and
for further reapporti r nent."
Re-
publican businessman, has quali-
of his tied for a State Senate seat.
Chafetz. a 20-year tesident o|
Continued on Page I ;.C
The
531 W.
en to serve on the bench of the
Small Claims Court. Judge Shach-
at received another appointment
to the Municipal Judgeship but re-
signed to accept the Bryant ap-
pointment.
He is married and lives at 1051
NE l"5th St., with his wife. Jew-
ell, and three children. Judge
Shachat is currently president of
the Community Blood Bank of
North Miami Beach.
Cary Matthews
State Rep. Carey Matthews,
chairman of the Dade Legislative
delegation, running for reelection
from Group 3. has served in two
regular and three special sessions
ol the Florida House of Represen-
i.itives.
When Matthews was among
those who spearheaded the state-
wide fight against the Legisla-
ture's apportionment plan on the
Nov., 1962 ballot, he stated, "The
people of Florida are entitled to
be represented fairly and accord
ing to their numbers in their leg-
islative bodies."
In the 1963 session. Matthews
was one of the floor leaders in
the fight for public schools and
iiie "College Bond Amendments
lor Higher Education."
Matthews, a Miami attorney, is
a Marine combat veteran of both
\ rid War II and Korea, and holds
eight American and foreign com-
bat decorations and awards.
A former Assistant Attorney,
he is presently a member of the
Constitutional Law Committee of
the Florida Bar, the American Le-
gion, Disabled American Vet-
erans, Elks, Moose and Mianii-
Dade Chamber of Commerce.
? ? *
Leonard O. Weinstein
Constable Leonard O. Weinstein
filed his candidacy for reelection
as Con-table of District 5.
Native-born Weinstein is a grad-
uate of Harvard College and the
University of Miami Law School.
He is a member of the law firm
ol Weinstein and Weinstein.
He served as an executive Of-
ficer in the Navy, saw duty in the
European theater and served as I
a member of the Admiral's staff
of the 16th fleet.
Constable Weinstein is a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar Associa-
tion. Elks, Masons. Harvard Club
of Miami. American Legion, Civic
Hie.
lie is a director of the Miami
Beach Bar Association, past state
Judge Advocate of the Amvets,
Miami Order of Police. Sunshine
State Senior Citizens, Jewish War
Veterans, and is currently serving
;.- president Ol the Jewish Con
valescenl Home of South Florida.
Judge Jason Berkman
Judge Jason Berkman has filed
for reelection as District 5 Jus-
tice of the Peace
A graduate of the University ol
Florida Law School. Berkman has
been a practicing attorney here
fur 15 years. He is a partner in
the law firm of Dubbin, Schiff.
Berkman and Dubbin.
A bombadier during World War
II. Judge Berkman received the
A:r Medal, with three clusters, a
Presidential Citation, and the
Purple Heart.
.Iiid'je Berkman is a member of
the Miami Beach Bar Association,
Attorney General James W.
Kynes. campaigning to retain his
state cabinet post, has opened his
Dade County headquarters at 422
Biscayne Blvd.
The candidate was recently ap-
pointed to the Attorney General-
ship when Richard W. Ervin re-
signed to become a Florida Su-
preme Court Justice.
A former University of Florida
football captain and later an at-
torney in Ocala. Kynes had been
executive assistant to Gov. Farris
Bryant.
Hughlan Long
Hughlan Long, former County
Commissioner, a Democratic can-
didate for the position of Public
Defender in the forthcoming May ;
election, received in excess of 50.- 1
000 votes for reelection to the I
County Commission on Feb. 11.
He has served as a prosecutor
for three years in the State At-.
torney's office and also as a crim- ,
inal defense lawyer since that
time.
Pointing out that State law
provides lor a Public Defender I
for Dade County to represent peo-
pie who are insolvent and eharg-,
ed with a non-capital felony, j
Long says "in order to establish!
justice in our courts, it is just as I
Only fresh country eggs through and through plus a mist of pure apple offer
.. that's Streit's Egg Matzos. Fresh and crispy too! Baked eggs-actly right!
if we added
any more eggs9
oar matzos
would eaehie
nDB*? HL'2
under rabbinical supervition >'
RABBI AARON SOLOVEWNtK
RABBI C. BIALIK
STREIT'S
HAS EVERYTHING
KOSHER
FOR PASSOVER!
MATZOS. MATZO MEAL
CAKE MIXES GEFILTi:
FISH CATSUP
MACAROONS COOKIES
"A Cup of Wine for Elijah"
Not far from where die picture below was taken, the prophet Elijah spoke
to a great assemblage of people-over 19 centuries ago! The city was not
there, only wooded slopes. (Haifa would not be settled for another 600
years!) Exhorting the people to end their worship of false gods, Elijah's
victory was crucial in Jewish history-preserving the Faith and heritage
that joins the ancient past with the present, in modern Israel and in homes
throughout the world. Think of this as Elijahs cup is filled at your Seder
this year-and a joyous Passover to alii
A Sip of Yuban Coffee
After the Seder, enjoy the deep, dark delicious flavor of Vuban-the world's
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive Wend
of green coffees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans-making every sip of
Yuban a Simcha in itself I
K0SHER-PARVE for PASSOVER
Supervised and certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohn


Friday. March 20. 1964
+JmMi NfoirUdlicitf
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Year As in Years Past, STEVENS Is Happy
To Be of SERVICE for ALL of YOUR PASSOVER
NEEDS with GREATER QUALITY, GREATER
VARIETY and GREATER VALUE in.....
FAMOUS BRANDS MATZOS & MATZO PRODUCTS
GOODMAN'S
EGG MATZOS
FARFEL

STREIT'S MANISCHEWITZ
TEA MATZOS WHOLE WHEAT REG. MATZOS
MATZO MEAL MATZO BALL SOUP |
# All Items Shown Are Certified for Passover Use
POTATO STAIKCH......
POTATO PANCAKES...
IIOISSi: KADIS1I.......
CONDIMENTS..........
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SOI II SALT............
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SOI P NUTS............
PRESERVES...........
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TEA & TEA BAGS.....
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SPICES.......
CANDY.......
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SIMPS........
SCHAV.......
WINES........ *
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SOAP.........
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BARTONS
PASSOVER APPROVER
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assovcr
By MILDRED BELLIN
i lebratc
adage.
^Mcans Special Jflcmt for ^Ifour Jamily
wsMSiBt jwsyfKtfs ?Sc?a s
,-r become" thick full of water, and bring to a rapid medu.ni heat for 30 minute, r. -
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and reheated. The subtle addi- matzo meal until
tion of spice adds the flavor we ed. Let stand for
.hen the first Seder takes place USHal, rt (rom poultry fat. until the batter becomes uu iuu --. -~--- Mq jhe, knci(l,ach wi morc than jj^;
Friday evening, as it does enough to handle. With a wet Don. i"P ^ < i size and become verv liaht ,.
::s year our service and our To facilitate serving, and a.so ^ ,nixture int0 G water the 1J *g J^ *J"^W
al have a double significance. to keep the chicken moist and ten- ^ '^ them on damp into the water. Repeat. Wet
i r we welcome the Sabbath, our der. it could be cut up before it
.st .-ensured holiday, as we N cooked, then baked with a lit-
our deliverance from Ho liquid in a covered pan. Th
And when the first Carrot Uimmas, thickened to. this
- der meal includes dishes tradi- occasion with point,, starch, can
t: nally associated with both hoi.- also be kept warm in a very slow
the entire menu seems al- oven. By request, the recipe for
Fri ay ",c P'ato kugcl Is include I in tin-
form of Ihe little kugclach which
ys,
ast to plan itself. A
, eniirj dinner without gefillte
ku tel and have become so deservedly wet.
liked. For this Seder, hake them
-h, roast chicken,
- mm; would be for many ol
like not observing the Sabbath
ite properlj ; and without mat-
meal kneidlach or macaroons
Si ler would lose some of it-
cial fun.
\l even Seder, as part ol the
-ual. v e partake of wine and
the minimum time suggested in
the recipe. They will continue to
brown and become more crusty as
they are kepi hoi while waiting
to be served. Beets are a good
selection .is they can be kept warm
without-losing any of their good-
ness. The greens selected for the
- e symbolic food- which em- s;.iar) (,., be whichever are best
, the meaning ol the ser
e, tl i matzos. haroset, bitter
bs, parsle; and hard cooked
'! _-. either whole or
u; e served as the lir-t
arse ". our men; Because this
- dei lakes place aflei the Sab
th hi begun and all food for
- e dinn. r is cooked before sun-
in the market at the time we go
to purchase them.
Our third recipe i- called a mac-
aroon although its texture is more
like thai of a cookie than it is
like Ihe commercial macaroons
i repared tor Passover it- blend
of chopped nuts and coconul is de-
licii us and goes well with the
i wn. 'I will add to the enjoy-
. ol the meal ,. recipes for Irad.t.onal I
hoi dishes are selected which
, able them to be kept hot with-; dinner and a
ends with the eating of the
orite dessert for both a Shabbat
Seder. Our Seder
i becoming dried out or over-
ne,
tneidlach are such an important
. 11 ol the Seder meal that we
nt them to be our very best, SO
-ht and fluffy they seem to float.
mplirnent- on the airiness of
r kn 'idiaeh are part ot the
. ik's reward for her efforts. The
: t n eipe today suggests one
j of achieving such desirable
. htness, in dumplings which are
ade with oil. These keep their
.Hire even when refrigerated
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During the service wine, three
perfect matzos. haroset. parsley.
and Litter herbs.
Hard cooked eggs in salt water
Gefillte fish with horseradish
Extra matzos
Fluffy matzo meal kneidlach in
chicken soup
Roast chicken Apple sauce
Potato kugelach
Carrot tzimmas Beets
Salad of green- with
Passover dressing
Fruit compote
Coconut-walnut Passover
macaroons
Passover sponge cake-
Tea
Fluffy Matzo Meal Kneidlach
2 eggs
1-2 teaspoon salt
l-l<> teaspoon ground ginger
or nutmeg
1 teaspoon minced parsley
4 teaspoons Passover oil
:: tablespoons cold water
1-2 cup matzo meal
Beat the eggs, salt, ginger or
nutmeg, and parsley until light
and thick. Stir in the oil and
water Gradually heat in the
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tod spoon, i- These kMidlaeh keep their fluffi-
ness even wJten they are refrig-
erated an may be a>...ed or tripled as
needed.
Pastove- Potato Kugelach
6 mediut:--.:. i potatoes
4 tablespooos melted chicken
fr.t o.- batter
1 mediu.T. -! onion, grated
2 eggs separated
I tablespooci matzo meal
i teaspoon -..'.:
1-4 t. as- black pepper
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until needed. They will become
more crusty as they wait. Allow
one or two kugelach for each por-
tion. ^^
Passover Coconut-Walnut
Macaroons
3 CB"4 whites
3-4 cup sugar ture resembles a meringue. Com- clegs. F. about 12 minutes, until
1 cup -round walnuts 1,ine the walnuts, coconut, and a very light brown. Carefully re-
., matzo cake meal. Fold into the' move from the tin and cool on
3-4 cup shredded coconut .
. ., meringue. Drop about a table- racks, mis recipe makes about
3 tablespoons matzo cake meal ___
spoonful in each macaroon, on a 27 cookies. These macaroons are
Beat the egg whiles until stiff. sreased cookie tin. in the shape'best when they arc very fresh. If
Gradually add the sugar, and ol a mound. Leave about 2 inches I they are not eaten the day they
continue beating until the mix- between each one. Bake at 325 are baked, they should be frozen.
Peel tli
fine. Plae
cold watei
thoroughly.
cess liqu::
place 2 t.
eninguse
Seder and
the butter
the onior.
heal until
brown. A
together w
/' meal.
thoroughl)
stiff and :
kcustard p.
verj gener
potato mi
maininc
I li<' top ot
degs. F. :
hour, depe
crustin< ~n
lach will b
xiil iii text
the Seder,
mum time
in a very
tatoes and grate
'trainer and run
ugh them. Drain
press out the ex-
.1 small saucepan
oons of the short-
ken fat [or the
meat meal-, and
lairy meal. Add
stir over medium
union begins to
the grate I potato,
the egg yolk.-, mat*
d pepper Mix
:' at the egg whites
Crease 8 : irge
- or cup cake tins
and press in the
Spoon the re
ii, evenly over
one, Bake at 375
13 minutes to one
_ on the degree of
red. The kuge-
elicate brown and
at 43 minute-. For
them the mini-
keep them warm
ion, 2.">o degs I'..
Streits Enlarges
Passover Foods
This ye jr. Strait's has every-
thing kosher for the Passover
table. There re now 80 different
items in the line of Streits pro-
ducts in in itzos lo catsup.
Originally world famous tor
quality, crisp and thin matzos, the
Strait name >ai taken on a new
j0 significanc H i- that of a brand
^ name on a complete group of
kosher too I products.
Among th: amily of food pro-
duets that Strait's now makes
available 1I the Jewish commun-
itj are matxo meal, gefilte fish,
catsup, borscht, fruit slices, pre-
serves, pout j pancakes and cake
mixes.
New iten > ided this year are
"coffee cake mix'" and "pound
cake mix .. :'h their own bak-
ins pans. mnalSC and salad
dressing no carry the Strait's
label.
Ml Strait's huts are prepar-
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+Jenlsi> mhrUdfif^r
Friday. March 20, 1964
y
Conference on World Trade Opening in Geneva
By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
.IKKI SALEM (JTA This
Monday, a conference on World
Trade i- scheduled to open In '<'
neva, Switzerland.
The conference is being conven-
ed under the auspices ol the Unit-
ed Nations, pursuant t" a resolu-
tion adopted by its General As-
sembly, with the objective ol deal
mg with the pressing problems
arising out ol the existing gap be-
tween the developed and under-de-
veloped countries
Quite naturally, the confer-
ence has evoked wide interest
in the world's capitals on both
sides of the "curtain" and, it
is understood, most will be rep-
resented at it with large delega-
tions of experts. Israel, too,
plans to send a delegation of
about ten top officials.
The conference is expected to
last from two to three months.
Mine indeed its agenda will be a
crowded and complex one. In
some quarters doubt has been
voiced regarding the conference's
prospects of achieving any tan-
gible results and hence regarding
the wisdom of holding it at (his
stage which, for ;i number of rea-
sons, these quarters consider as
"too early."
However, the truth is thai the
pressini issues can hardly be
postponed much longer without
dangerously aggravating an al-
ready explosive situation, The
conference maj nol be able, at
this stage, to provide a solution
Moaden Slates
Guest Speaker
\( \t meeting ol Moadon, He-
brew -speaking cultural group of
Greater Miami, is scheduled for
Sunday 8 p.m., at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation. 1234 Washington Ave.
Irving Shalom, president, will
conduct the business agenda de-
voted to a discussion of the Moa-
don's joining the national Hista-
drut Ivrit.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Sholomu Cohen, whose topic will
be JerusalemPast. Present and
Future."
Honorary President David Freed-
man will present the daily chapter
i the Bible, Terek Yorai."
to all the ills and problems of the
underdeveloped countries, but at
the least, it may set a new course.
It has become quite clear to all
acquainted with the situation, thai
the problem of putting the new
countries on the road to economic
viability can hardly continue to be
tackled j the paliatives ol tech
nical assistance alone or bj "in
jections" of economic aid, with-
out it being accompanied by a
"hard look" at the mere funda
mental problems involved in the
picture ol world trade. Are the
underdeveloped countries receiv-
ing a i.nr -hare in the exploita-
tion Ol their natural resources"
Can they develop their economy
and foreign trade vis-a-vis Ihe pre-
vailing tarifl barriers'.'
These are but a few of the ques-
tions which the conference will
have to tackle and to which an-
swers will have to be foundif
the dangerous gap between the
"haves" and the "have-nots" is I
ever to be closed or reasonably
narrowed.
on a system of unilateral confis- uho
cations and expropriation. the
Ane one should add: a country one
demonstrated interest in
I suance of Mr. Nasser's quest for
hegemony over the African con-
tinent.
Of all countries, Egypt? How
I veil can such a misohoice augur
-y
1
In Israel the problem of the
economic development of the new
countries has been given much
thought and was the subject ol t
several international conferences)
held here over the past years and
one assumes that, participating in
the Geneva conference, Israel will
be able to draw on her past ex-
perience and contribute to its
Impel lor success,
There is however one point
which makes cue wonder. It is the
fact that the man earmarked to
sit in the chair of this important
Conference on World Trade is
Egypt's Finance Minister Fl-Kais-
simi. As we understand it. his
candidacy is being actively spon-
sored also by the C.S.A.
If there is a member of the
UN unfit for such an honor, it
surely is Egypt, a country that
leads an economic boycott
against a fellow member of the
United Nations; a country that
for more than ten years is fail-
ing to abide by a resolution of
the Security Council and con-
tinues her illegal blockade of the
Suez Canal against Israel in the
most flagrant violation of the
fundamental laws governing the
international waterways; a coun-
try whose economy is being built
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Friday. March 20, 1964
Jmlsti ihrkUan
Moscow Jews Told to Bring Flour to Synagogue
LONDON ,JTA, Members Levin ,h ,h............ u_,...... .. & &
Page 11-C
cow were told by the.r spiritual for them this month for pj
. '"Hi "ill be baked, but were ad-
......... .n.s momn for paE brin* th?SZ* t?en to,d '" x is,'d b-v "- rabbi that they could trom Moscow said, estimatin.
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Because ol the shortage thi*
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ticing" Jeus in the Soviet capital

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9-Jmisii thrkfinn
Friday. March 20, 1964
1
Seek Safeguards Against Prejudice
MRONTp (JTA) The Cam
aclian Jildh!ilgrdff iSSoWarr
appeal to its conslitutents this!
week to write or wire to their
representatives in Parliament and
to the Canadian Minister of Jus-
tice for legal safeguard-; against
the distribution of anti-Jewish and
anti-Negro material.
The appeal was sent to 700 pres-
idents and secretaries of Jewish
men's and women's organizations
Ifilhe Toronto area aWPalso to
communities throughout the On-
tario region. Last week the CJC
sent a telegram to Justice Minis-
ter Guy Favreau stressing that
recent distributions of such hate
materials in Toronto "uatcntly"
incited "to genocidal actions.''
The C'JL asKcd the Minister to
determine the applicability of the
Crimlanl Code section which bars
i.icitenibnt W violent "action. Both
Minister Favreau and Postmaster
General J. R. Nicholson were ask-
ed tor a meeting on the problem,
James K. Mtuchmor. Moderator
of the United Church of Canada.
i also demanded that the anti-
Semitic attacks be Investigated
ibythe Royal Canadian Mounted
I Police. The United (lunch is
Canada's largest Protestant de.
nomination. The Moderator is
the church's highest officer.
'Though the source or sources
of these unfair assault- may be
hard to locate, law enforcement
officers in Canada, and particul-
arly the RCMP. should get at the
root of this trouble,'' Dr Hutch-
m orsaid. He expressed 'he opin-
ion that pamphlets accusing Jews
of being part of a Comm mist com
-piracy were printed to inflame*
the gentile world int j hatred
Appointment of A. Z. Kis to
the newly-created post of
vice president 'n charge of
Passenger Traffic, Western
Hemisphere, of the American-
Israeli Shipping Co., owners
representatives of the Z:m Is-
rael Navigation Co. L'd., of
Haifa, is announced in New
York by Gottlieb Hammer,
idenl of American-Israeli
Shipping Co.
Parents Without Partners
Parents Without Partners, Miami
Beach Chapter, will hold a code-
rs ii social at the Casablanca Hotel
i Saturday al 8 p in. All single
i rents and visiting members arc
\ elcome. Larry King, radio per-
sonality, was Featured speaker al
the chapter's meeting on Tuesday
i vening at the Bel Aire Hotel.
V.
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IBUONO?
It's mechayehdige!"
Chef Boy-Ar-Dce could have
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vJenUfrnorMfon
Page 13-C
^Candidates Running
Legislative Sessions, Government of Miami Senior High and the nesses. He is vice president of
Organization, and Health and Wei- University of Miami. | Florida Mortgage Funding Cor-
Ci- nued from Page 6-C
[l)ade, I: a Republican.
Chafe'.: said. "If f am elected.
Dade Coi llty's voice and vote will
not bt "";aeled for a 'mess of pot-
Itage' to The North Florida 'pork
It-hop gang.' Representation of a
Isclect lc at the expense of many
bnust cor e to an end."
I!rr:.i
ouncu'
ieach,
lied (OT
roup r
a ma
eserv*
I Ascii
ell a<
fairs
He bt
ade L
nerica:
i-Cocv
rviog
ecti
'orn
il L
net '
,vish
Kir
hia-
led(
be!.
tinj .
fed
? ii.
as :
loi
ect<
>
ftfti
ty.
"W
for I).
men's
Bernard Berman
Berman. attorney and
an in North Miami
bag announced and quali-
he State Legislature in
r in the U.S. Air Force
Herman served as Spec-
tant Attorney General, as
being active in local civc
ils memberships in the
?ague of Municipalities.
Municipal Congress and
Governmental League,
- both vice president and
y director of the U.S.
. use Council. Berman is
of Mahi Shrine. Moose,
tfar Veterans, American
laycees, and Knights of
: himself "to work in
I of all Florida, concen-
n the benefits to be re
leciall) by Dade Coun-
;an states. "Dade Coun-
long been the stepchild
. and as >uch has been
even though it pro-
re revenue, per capita
ate than any other coun
-id fairer representation
County, increased work-
compensation benefits.
Sorority Holds Reception
Ome*.. Chapter of Delta Phi
^Vi>m1<>' -j,rority held a reception
j bar- ..f its 25th anniversary on
Sundu- ternoon in the Delta Phi
iMBBor Room. Panhellenic Build
ing^ I':;--ersity of Miami.
more aid for our senior citizens
and more State park facilities lor
both our- visitor* and our local
residents."
Dante B. Fascell
Congressman Dante Fascell has
announced that B. Boyd (Ben-
Benjamin, immediate past pres-;
ident of the 1904 Orange Bowl
Committee, has agreed to serve
a co-chairman of his Campaign
Finance Committee, joining Dav-
id Walters. Miami attorney and:
former Federal District attorney
as Co-Chairman.
Fascell stated:
"1 am extremely proud to an-
nounce the appointment of Ben-
jamin as co-finance chairman of
my campaign along with Dave
Wallers. For Benjamin to agree
to ast me in my reelection cam- (
paign is most appreciated, and I
am elated to say the least."
In accepting the appointment.
Benjamin declared: "Dante Fas-
cell has done an outstanding job
l(H his district, lie is now nation-
ally recognized as the Congress-
man who led in the assault to
rid Cuba ol Castro and to throw
Communism oul ol Latin Amer-
ica."
David C. Eldredge
Slate Rep. David C. Eldredge,
qualifying for reelection to his
fourth term in the Florida Legis-
lature, has pledged to "continue
my long-standing fight against in-
creased taxes."
Eldredge pointed out that 'in
the 19C3 session. 1 fought and vot-
ed against both the increase in
rates for automobile license tags,
and the extension ot the sales tax.
and served as floor leader for re-
moval of the Person Property Tax
on boats."
Named to the Legislative Coun
cil. Eldredge serves as chairman
Of the Committee on Roads and
Highways, and as a member of
the Committees on Finance and
Taxation. Constitutional revision.
fare.
An Air Force veteran of World
War II. EldMdES is a graduate
In private life. Eldredge is en-! poration. He lives with his wife,
gaged in the Real Estate, Life In- daughter and son at 513 Marmora
nuance and. Mortgage Loan busi- Ave., Coral Gables

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*,Jet%isti ffcrtdNbw
Friday. March 20. 1964
War on Discrimination in Fraternities
"However," concludes the AD'.i
By JESSIE HALPERN
WASHINGTON i.HA) of in ,1>st.nt.0 it is actually condon
the "wars going on in the .,, discrimination when it does
ns capital in recent weeks. no, specifically take actlon agains)
perhaps none has received so lit- ..
tic nationwide attention nor had .
such chain reaction potential as ""' -^areni rtudent-alumni
that on discrimination in college
fraternities and sororities.
the University's apparently weak graduate and the educator in the
stand here bj wondering whether ihgo's, who are aware of changing iu
social values in the United States. -However. concludes me AI>'.|>
and the old guard conservative of report of 19<;:s. 'strong winds o
old grads' ho control prospec- change are blowing in all area,
me employment of graduating ol American hie Thej ma> ,
,.. md substantial benefaction lime reachand purge fratern-
tollejjl -- ities"
conflict raises other questions
more in a psychological realm.
Does it not seem rather out of
pa*1 context that alumni after ten. 20
v eek was neither new nor novel-.
Washington's story this
. or 30 vears are still obsessed with
Five top ranking oflicers of Chi adh(.rence by old college-days or-
omega Sorority at George Wash- gantarttoD9 1() -national policy?"
mgton University resigned their what ironv here when one com.
po>ts in protest over their soror- s this tvpe of ad0lcscent im.
ny'.- national policy of d.scr.mi- maturitv no{t.d in the -0|a grat|s-
fiat.on against Jews. But the re ,he ra,he,. enlightened matur-
action of these officers went he- ,|v of presenl yond rational policy; the girls ,.0nvictions strong enough to fight
were also protesting the conspic- |he imm0,.aijtv discrimination.
UOU8 pressures put upon their
chapter by -orority alumnae.
When the chapter pledged two
Jewish girls last fall, alumnae
warned the officers that no more
Jewish girls would be pledged .
when the new rush season be-
gan. The prestige of the alum-
nae and the power of national
policy reigned supreme. When
members recently passed upon
full membership of a Jewish
girl, the alumnae vetoed her ac-
ceptance; the girl was not a
"believer in Christian ideals."
This seems to be more than
student rebelliousness; there ap-
pears to be no question in the
minds of many or most of these
young people as to the differ-
ence between right and wrong.
Eut their "war" with preceding
generations is a tough one
grounded in a contemporary
social awareness and sensitivity
often foreign to their parents.
Tins incident was followed by
another at American University
eri. 'the progress toward brother-
hood has not been easily
achieved.
In i!i.')."> the Anti-Defamation
League, writing on "The Decline
oi Fraternity Bias," noted ". .
the end ol discriminatory fratern-
ities i- a long way from sight. A
successful solution oi the problem
also in the nations Capital wi ,,, about (|ua| gt
I he student Senate received a re- B|1, t|u, momentum ()l ,h ls
port alleging racial and religious strong
discrimination on the part of some ,,. ,' ,_.
of their Greek letter groups. Del- Vl';"'> l;"el- ,he ADL-
la Gamma and Kappa Delta Sor- '
orities. as well as Alpha Tau
nmega fraternity were named.
Unfortunately, the implications "Me"- A sharp and bitter tUf
in both situations-particularly in -wi"-Jes on between the under-
1963are too far reaching to be
given only passing notice.
Ol particular interest is that
with all the efforts made in the
past three years by college groups
on behalf of civil rights, some-
how the concept of "social justice"
has been fought with limited per-
ception However, what must be
pointed out is that in the attempts
to deal with Greek Letter discrim-
ination in colleges across the
country, the student members
have been fighting long and hard
to eliminate biases. The real cul-
prits in nearly all cases have been
i lie rigid protectors of so-called
national policy and the alumni ol
generation or two past who in-
sist upon clinging to archaic and
immoral customs in a world of
changing values.
Since the end of World War
II, especially with the influx of
reasonably sophisticated veter-
ans into the nation's academic
world, racial and religious dis-
crimination in sororities and
fraternities has become increas-
ingly unfashionable. Each year
finds another dozen or so groups
removing discriminatory clauses
from constitutions; and even
more dramatic are the cases of
local groups severing relation-
ships with strong-willed national
organizations.
While college administrations
have played important roles in the
gradual elimination of discrimina
lory practices on campuses, there
i- still an attitude prevalent
among many officials who feel
they cannot set policies for social
organizations.
A case in point involves a re-
cent discussion with Provost Os-!
Wald Colglouch of George Wash-1
ington University. The Provost
explained that University policy
prohibits discrimination in stu-
dent honorary and professional
societies, but leaves sororities'
and fraternities free to select their
own members. When questioned
further, he said, "we all agree in
principle (on opposition to dis-
crimination) ."
One can only begin to question
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Leaders of the Furniture Group doing an outstanding job in
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(left to right) Gordon Paterson, of E. B. Malone. Bedding co-
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Friendship Circle At Beth Am
Senior Friendship Circle ol fern- Donald Blake, educator and bot-
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Israel Embassy Denies Red Charges
LONDON (JTA)-T he Israel -'anti-Soviet" propaganda to RllS Trud. MOSCOW newspaper, which
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r Fridcrv. March 20. 1964 +Jt>wM flvricf/ar Paqe 3-B • • tzMbvut f-^cop/c a net Jp laces ... Anne Frank Unit Has Anniversary THESE SURPRISES .;in! Unger really was surprised when she an "(l at the Country Store in Coconut Grove for lunch and found that her mother, Mrs. Jos ep] Hose, and her sister, Gerry Lou (Mrs. Benedict) Silverman had gathered all of her Iriends together to speed her on her way. Caryl and htr husband, Dr. Harold linger, have now left on the SS France for a Caribbean cruise. Bongo drums and fancy hats were the decorations lSu>:er. Gerry Lou's husband, her brother. Richart Rose, Dr. Unger and Joe Rose didn't mind one bit being in the midst of the bevy of pretty yourg matrons. The Ungers were toasted in champagne, and a good time was had by all. Among the guests were Mrs. James Furlong. Mr' Robert Hyames. Mrs. William Rubin and Mn Roland Kohn. GO POMPANO %  was fun at Pompano Park where the Trotter; are. Miamians turned out in full force to see -hat adorable pink-trimmed pony lead the trotters out. Having dinner in the clubhouse wcrt Carolyn and Judge Donald Barmack, Helen anr. Sy Somerstein, Joni and Stanley Tate, Lolly and Paul Shiekman. Then there were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selig at another table with out-i'i-town guests. Everyone came out even— or ?G they said. LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY T.ne invitation said "So Sh," sent out by MrRose Kauffmann to her daughter. Edie (Mrs Sam Stark's closest friends. It was a luncheon at the Pub. Since Edie was and is stil! ,'in ardent camper. Dot (Mrs. Mark) Casper and Miriam (Mrs. Phillip) Schieff did a whole gn of song parodies on camping. In a box was a lovely corsage made by Edie's mother saying. 'Life Begins at Forty." The unusual corsage was made of greenbacks. Among guests were Roz (Mrs. Gerald) Soltz, Charlotte (Mrs George) Simon, Bernice (Mrs. Charles i Gottlieb. I : Mrs. Emanuel) Smith. IB NO STANDING ON CHAIRS %  was a complete sellout of "The Mouse on the Moon" given by the Sponsors Committee of the .Museum ol Science anil Natural History at the Parkway Theater. Then back to the Museum for coffee under the stars. Drinking coffee were the Theodore Malakotls. Larry Shermans. William Binders. Larry Hoffmans, Sydney Weintraubs and the Benedict Silvermans. No real mice around there, either. MACK THE KNIFE Why is it that people always enjoy hearing music that they know? The excerpts from the 'Three Penny Opera," given by Torah Group of Ha;ia>sah at Beth David, were well received. Hadassah gave the party, but Ruth Forman's players gave the opera. It was a fun affair, also fund-raising, with delicious food and all kinds ol delightlul souvenirs. Talking in the lounge over cocktails were Mrs. Irving Wexler. Mrs. Leonard Egert. Mrs. Henry Green, Mrs. Murray Smith and Mrs. Irving Ratner. Other talkers were Mrs. Paul Sobel, Mrs. Theodore Sandier. Mrs. Philip Warshaw, Mrs. George B. Feller, Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mrs. Sidney LefCOUrt But they all stopped talking long enough to eat and listen to the president, Mrs. Sidney Langner, and to see the show and listen to hear who won the prizes. NO CAKE NO ICE CREAM NO CANDLES It was a good thing that there were streamers dangling around, and there was a big sign that .-aid "Happy Birthday" because it was a birthday party, and a surprise one at that, planned by Nancy Broudy for her husband. Donald. It was dinner with Nancy's mother's (Mrs. Irving Hoffman) very special noodle pudding. Donald was absolutely battle-shocked when he saw his friends gathered to celebrate his birthday. Among those were Norma and Irwin Miller. Charlotte and Marvin Bacon, Cecy and Dick Rowen, Bobbi and Joe Klein. Marilyn and Al Kane. Arlene and Mai Fromberg, Evelyn and Alan Gluckstern. and Ellen and James Roth. After dinner they played all kinds of games with prizes going to the ones who accrued the most money. —FRANCES LEHMAN Mrs. David A. Hess, membership vice president and donor chairman of the Anne Frank Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, has announced that the fifth anniversary donor luncheon, celebrating the fifth birthday of the chapter, will be held in the Matador Room of the Seville Hotel on Tuesday noon. Awards for outstanding service will be presented by Mrs. David Shwiller, president of the chapter. Fifteen women, honored for efforts in behalf of the group, will participate in a birthday candlelighting ceremony Assisting Mrs. Hess are Mrs. Tena Katz. donor credit chairman, and Mis. Man I.. Siegcndorl. ticket and hostess chairman. Mrs. Alfred Reich, past president of District 5, will be guest speaker, and Mrs. Murray Rosenthai, singer, professionally-known as Helena Revoir, will present a I "Musicale Interlude." RALEIGH HOTEL DINING ROOM Women Up CJA Gifts By $11,000 at Lunch i Over $11,000 was added to the Women's Division drive for Combined Jewish Appeal at the $52minimum "Wonderful World of > CJA" luncheon at the Algiers last v eek The committee, headed by Mr>. Jack K.izman. chairman, and her three CO-Chairmen, Mrs. David SemaJMrs. sl Silverman and FOR RESERVATIONS DIPLOMAT HOTEL Holly wood-by-the-Sea TRADITIONAL SEDER March 27 at 7 P.M. Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision Call Wl 9-0501 r NATIONALLY FAMOUS... FOR 50 UAR5 IHCFABULOUS ZEIGER KOSHER CUISINCi Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. planned the luncheon attended by 200 women. Herbert J. Garon. New Orleans attorney, leader of the Jewish Welfare Fund and member of the first CJA Young Leadership Study Mission to Israel, was guest speaker. Among others appearing at the luncheon were Dr. Irving l.ehrman. 1964 CJA campaign chairman, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Women'Division chairman. Decorations provided by the Decorations Committee, headed by Mrs. Sam Diessen and Mrs. Morton l'ellman. carried out the "Wonderful Word of CJA" motif through beautiful blue globes on kill st.u-.d-. decorated with ribbons upon which appeared the names of all agencies at home and overseas supported by the one annual CJA campaign. A program of entertainment was provided by Kay Harrison. who took the audience on a musi-, cal trip around the world in song. Olga Bibor Stern, who accompanied ML-s Harrison, was joined by Elmer Horosny lor a program of continental music at the sherrj hour preceding the luncheon Robert Kanzer Chapter Miami Robert Kanzer Chapter of the National Jewish Civil Sen ice Employees will hold its annual installation of officers on Sunday, 1:30 p.m.. at the Royal Hungarian Kosher Re-taurant. 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Page 1G-C •* lewts/ifkwkffatfl Friday, Mac* 20, 1364 Israel Embassy Denies Red Charges LONDON — (JTA)-T he Israel -'anti-Soviet" propaganda to RllS Trud. MOSCOW newspaper, which Embassy in Moscow emphatically j Man Jews, it was reported here asserted thai pamphlets and otnci denied this week charges by theifrom the Soviet capital. material had been "furtivelj awSoviet press that the Embassy was I The latest Russian press attack tributed in a Moscow synagogue, being used to distribute Zionist and I On the Embassy was made by The article singled out Abra ham Agmon, first secretary of the Embassy, charging he handed out "nationalistic, Zionistic literature" and that he collected "rumors about Soviet reality." Trud asserted that the Israel diplomat had offered to give booklets on Krn-l in return I -i 1 ion 0 f •true formation" about Jews :;i Russia. A.an example .... allegedl* subversive literatun %  •• Trud ar. tide described a pag, { { nve year Jewish c % %  • %  a| mani published in Israel .-.,,,, in tended for dlstri • lniong lev in the Soviet Almost as traditional as matzah for Passover, Maxwell House has been the favorite coffee in Jewish homes for many, many years. Instant or regular, this matchless coffee has a rich and mellow ta'am that never changesalways constant in giving joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holiday time and every day! Good to the last drop! 3* Certified Kosher and Pirve lor Pjno.tr by Rabbit Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy nos^ —nrs MAXWELL HOUSE 4XWEU H0USJ



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rage 6-A fJen Isli fkrtdUanii Friday. March 20, 1964 JNF Memorial Concert Highlighted As Mrs. Kennedy Expresses Her Gratitude Demi ml.for tickets to the JewN itional Fund Memorial Con : rl received added impetus this eek with the publication ol a Ict'. r from Mrs John I'. Kennedy t<> esi lenl Zalinan Shazar, ol Isr el. The concert will bo held Tucs> evening, Mar, 31, ;it Miami each Auditorium as a memorial the assassinated President Rends Proceeds of the concert will 90 toward the purchase of trees n the John F. Kennedy Mem:rial Forest being developed under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund. Declared Mrs. Kennedy: "I write you l thank the people of feel tor their many expressions sympathy to my children and %  e in our bereavement. •The evidences of admiratii n [PHRAIM BIRAM and re-peel they felt for my husband have touched me deeply. "I am especially moved to learn of the several impressive memorial services held to do henor to his memory and the plans which have been made for permanent memorials, especially those for a Kennedy Fellowship program for foreign scientists at the Weixmann Institute and for a Kennedy Memorial Woodland sponsored by the Jewish National Fund. "I am most grateful for these reflections of the extent to which his ideas and ideals are shared by yon and the people of your country, and for your attendance at my husband s funeral." The concen will briny to this area some of the best known Israeli and international performers of the concert Stage. Heading the list is Tova Porat, international singing sensation. Also to appear are Amiram Rigai, brilliant concert pianist, direct from Carnegie Hall; Ephraim Biram, world renowned baritom Marcie Gamli< 1 percussion artist; Hadassah Badoch, interpretive dancer; and Eliahu Gamliel, internationally-known flutiest. Concert Committee is headed by Rabbi Mayer Vbramowitz, who has set a goai of 25.000 trees. On the committee are I.eon .1. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund: and Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the JNF Executive Board. Dr. Irving Lehrman is honorary chairman. Max Bressler, president of the Jewish National Fund, meanwhile flew to Jerusalem for consultations with governmental and Jewish National Fund leaders concernir.T the establishment of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel. During the course of his visit, Bressler will make arrangements for the planting of the forest and the construction of a permanent memorial to the martyred President. The forest "ill rise on the hills outside ol Jerusalem. The tribute will consist ol several million tree-, encircli ig an impressive memorial edifice, flanked by fifty columnrepresenting the fifty stales ot the L'nion, Hatikvah Chapter Sets Donor Dinner Annual donor dinner and show ol Hatikvah Chapter. 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Fage 8-B fJtwisti FhridHan Friday, March 20. 1964 Gershwin Lodge Spring Luncheon Plans for the forthcoming spring luncheon to be held on May 2 will he discussed at the business meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary. George Gershwin Lodge, on Monday evening at Hibiscus Temple. Mrs. Milton Hurwitz will head the program to follow with an original topic poem. "Fantasy in Space." Mrs. Pat Errichetti is program chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ossip, of 4720 Pine Tree Dr., celebrate heir Golden Wedding anniversary March 11 at the Lombardy Hotel. Shown with the Ossips is Sol Weiss, caterer of the aotel. Beth Am Women Buffet Supper Sunday In Busy Calendar Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am completing plans for its annual imival to be held on Sunday. pr. 5. from 12 to 6 p.m. Mis. Robert Newman, president. inounces thai Mrs. Paul Goodan and Mrs. Alfred Viener will i >-ehair the day's activity. Room others of the religious school ill be in charge of booths, and spaghetti dinner will be served. Games, prizes, movies and enrtainment will be featured at the • .irnival to be held in the school i ioms of the Temple and in the outh Lounge. Mrs Richard Al%  r will be in charge of tickets. At the meeting of the Sisterhood I 'Id on Wednesday morning, guest >eaker was Ellis Robins, admin tratlve director of the Temple. hose subject was "The Haganah What Was it and Why?" Beth Am Music Group met Mou• jy morning at the home of Mrs. jck Kamin. 5340 SW 63rd Ct. A :1k on "Jazz, from Storyville to ruebeck," was presented by Mrs. ayne Rogers. Children's Asthmatic Research Institute and Hospital. Greater Miami Chapter, is having a buffet supper at Pioneer Hall. 250 \W No. River Dr.. on Sunday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Al Weiner is president. and Mrs. Mary E. Cohen, publicit* chairman. Israeli Slides At ORT Meet Miami Business and Professional Chapter. Northeast Florida Region. Women's American ORT. held a meeting and party at the home oi Mrs. Minna Krams. 4331 Sheridan Ave.. on Tuesday evening. "Israel Slides." film on ORT. was presented by Miss Dorothy Turchin. program chairman. Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky, president, greeted members. In charge of refreshments were Miss Anita Rivkin and Miss Selma Resnick. Beth El Hears Book Review Rabbi Solomon Schiff reviewed The Conversion of Chaplain Co%  n" at a joint meeting of Congreition Beth El. Joe Zalis. presii ent, and Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack hapiro. president. The program on Tuesday evening eluded selections by the 20-niem er Choral Group of the Friendlip Club. Refreshments were served. Israel League Holds Luncheon Women's League for Israel, Florida Chapter, held its first luncheon and card party Mar. 10 at the Delano Hotel. A film showing the homes for girls which the League founded in Israel and the new Students Center at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem was presented. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director ol the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education, gave a "Travelogue on Israel." Mrs. Michael Tatken is League president. Mrs. Harry Kapell, vice president, told of her tour to Israel last spring. Our exciting low rates are for entire 3-day weekend (per pers. dbl. occ.) and include full American Plan, with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, at no additional cost: Kosher Passover Seder first night; BUDDY HACKETT show ... dancing Saturday night; and greens fees! Fun for all—45 holes of championship golf, tennis, boating, water-skiing, etc. DIPLOMAT Make reservations now! Miami: 947-7751 Hollywood: RESORTS AND COUNTRY CLUB 923-8111. HOLLY WOOD-v-TM -II. FLORIDA Adath Yeshurun Children to Star Over 200 children will participate in a Model Seder at Temple Adath Yeshurun on Sunday morning at 1! a.m. Each o ft he Hebrew School and Sunday School classes will participate in recitation of the Haggadah. and Rabbi Jonah Caplan will deliver a special Passover message. Students who will lead the Model Seder are Robert Lehrman. Craig Ball. Norman Morris, and Steven Sokal. Also playing major roles are Barbara Golden, Andrea Schulman. Barbara Morrison, Susan Nadler and Mona Reis. PTA president. Mrs. D. De Noia. and youth activities chairman, Mrs. Beverly Mars-, are in charge "I the Passover meal for the students. Model Seder is under the direction of Yehuda Segal, education director of Temple Adath Yeshurun, a native of Israel, who will introduce a number of modern Israeli melodies. r Women's Club Will Nominate Community Women's Club. side-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbo ands, will hold its monthly mg tmi\luncheon at the Bea vagc Hotel on Wednesday m Nomination of officers will place. Florida Rep. Mary Ann Kenzie. ol Dade County, will on "A Woman's Hole in the munity and Government." In charge of reservation Mrs. Ann Paul. Mrs. Esther \ and Mrs. Rose Lubell. Mrs. Milton Levinson is dent of the organization. Surf. %  hi. meei ii Rion. tak. Mac %  peak I inn %  an lazur presj. Adams show was the featured en tertainment. Rabbi Kronish Heard in Review Rabbi Leon Kronish reviewed "Yevtushenko" on Sunday morning at Temple Beth Sholom in the Sisterhood Lounge. Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood president. The "Books and Bagels With the Rabbi" review series subsidizes the Anglo-Jewish Library at the Temple. Mrs. Ben Goldstein and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk are co-chairmen of the project. Mrs. Flora Carlis, who modeled gowns by Wilma ol New York and Miami Beach at a recent Hebrew Academy luncheon at the Deauville Hotel, is shown wearing the elegant white mink capelet donated to the Hebrew Academy Women by I. K. Etman Furs, of the DiLido Hotel in Miami Beach, and New York City. "Every member will be given '.he opportunity to acguire this lovely fur piece through an annual project to be initiated shortly," said Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president. B'nai Raphael Games Night Congregation B'nai Raphi having a Catskill Mountains night on Saturday at 8:30 Evening will include dancing and i efreshments. On Sunday. 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Page 10-C +Jenlsi> mhrUdfif^r Friday. March 20, 1964 y Conference on World Trade Opening in Geneva By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN .IKKI SALEM (JTA This Monday, a conference on World Trade ischeduled to open In %  <' neva, Switzerland. The conference is being convened under the auspices ol the United Nations, pursuant t" a resolution adopted by its General Assembly, with the objective ol deal mg with the pressing problems arising out ol the existing gap between the developed and under-developed countries Quite naturally, the conference has evoked wide interest in the world's capitals on both sides of the "curtain" and, it is understood, most will be represented at it with large delegations of experts. Israel, too, plans to send a delegation of about ten top officials. The conference is expected to last from two to three months. Mine indeed its agenda will be a crowded and complex one. In some quarters doubt has been voiced regarding the conference's prospects of achieving any tangible results and hence regarding the wisdom of holding it at (his stage which, for ;i number of reasons, these quarters consider as "too early." However, the truth is thai the pressini issues can hardly be postponed much longer without dangerously aggravating an already explosive situation, The conference maj nol be able, at this stage, to provide a solution Moaden Slates Guest Speaker \( \t meeting ol Moadon, Hebrew -speaking cultural group of Greater Miami, is scheduled for Sunday 8 p.m., at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association. 1234 Washington Ave. Irving Shalom, president, will conduct the business agenda devoted to a discussion of the Moadon's joining the national Histadrut Ivrit. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Sholomu Cohen, whose topic will be Jerusalem—Past. Present and Future." Honorary President David Freedman will present the daily chapter i the Bible, Terek Yorai." to all the ills and problems of the underdeveloped countries, but at the least, it may set a new course. It has become quite clear to all acquainted with the situation, thai the problem of putting the new countries on the road to economic viability can hardly continue to be tackled j the paliatives ol tech nical assistance alone or bj "in jections" of economic aid, without it being accompanied by a "hard look" at the mere funda mental problems involved in the picture ol world trade. Are the underdeveloped countries receiving a i.nr -hare in the exploitation Ol their natural resources" Can they develop their economy and foreign trade vis-a-vis Ihe prevailing tarifl barriers'.' These are but a few of the questions which the conference will have to tackle and to which answers will have to be found—if the dangerous gap between the "haves" and the "have-nots" is I ever to be closed or reasonably narrowed. on a system of unilateral confisuho cations and expropriation. the Ane one should add: a country one demonstrated interest in I suance of Mr. Nasser's quest for hegemony over the African continent. Of all countries, Egypt? How I veil can such a misohoice augur -y 1 In Israel the problem of the economic development of the new countries has been given much thought and was the subject ol t several international conferences) held here over the past years and one assumes that, participating in the Geneva conference, Israel will be able to draw on her past experience and contribute to its Impel lor success, There is however one point which makes cue wonder. It is the fact that the man earmarked to sit in the chair of this important Conference on World Trade is Egypt's Finance Minister Fl-Kaissimi. As we understand it. his candidacy is being actively sponsored also by the C.S.A. If there is a member of the UN unfit for such an honor, it surely is Egypt, a country that leads an economic boycott against a fellow member of the United Nations; a country that for more than ten years is failing to abide by a resolution of the Security Council and continues her illegal blockade of the Suez Canal against Israel in the most flagrant violation of the fundamental laws governing the international waterways; a country whose economy is being built new diet-rite cola only 1 calorie per serving no sugar at all NOW KOSHER FOR PASSOVER UNDER SUPERVISION OF RAB3I TIBOR H. STERN diet-rite cola Be .lemoi.sn.neu mwrc,. ... fof fte conforonPe ;lnd for tna new countries has so far been yery objectives it will seek to of fomenting unrest in the purachieve? **, ^^" %  S"' "•' INSTANT & GROUND certified Kosher for Passover DQth TIM Passover... and Sanka Coffee Steady coffee drinkers find a lot to love in Sanka Coffee. It's 10096 pure coffee.. flavorful and delicious, yet still, remarkably, 97% caffein free. For real coffee pleasure, try Sanka Coffee. I DISTRIBUTED BV PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Page 6-B *Jmto$i ftoridHrum Friday. March 2'„ 1964 Annual patrons dinner dance of beth David Congregation will be in the Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall at the synagogue on Sunday evening, Apr. 12. Preparing invitations are Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Mrs. Henry Kamen. Occ/ alite ... l\u <-/sabet V K-jrove Continued from Page IB fp'i Goodman accepted the check on behalf of their organization Rose and Nathan Ostrov held .-. festive evening of traditional holiday fare a( their No. Miami Beach home recently Formi rlj of Providence, R. I., the istrovs have hosted a reunion a visitors and residents from their home town for 16 years Attending front Massachusetts: Mi and Mr-. Samuel Sehpreeher, Brooklinc; Mr and Mrs. Hyman Weinberg. Cape Cod: Mr. ami Mrs. J. S. Kisenberg, Fall Hiver: Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1. Elkies, Stamford. Conn.; Miami Beachitet, -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chad. Mr. Louis M. Hayman. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pritcher. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rossein and A. Schleifer; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. strain;. \V. Hollywood. Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnick. of Pawtucket. R. I. Mr, Resiuck kept the evening gaj singing Israeli songs to his own accompai nt on the violin. At a recent Sweel Sixteen danI and supper given by Ida ;.!•! Mike Forer lor daughter Mindi, son Henry presented each Oi the 16 couples with a framed picture of themselves as a ento of the happy occasion The pretty deb wore a shocking pink peau de soie strapless cocktail frock to match the color scheme of shocking pink and (iulor.net carried out in the dec%  orations The huge birthday cake was in the form of a book tit id 'This is your Life. Mindi," ith a picture of the heroine as a frontispiece .Mrs. Ida Marks leaving soon to spend the Passover holiday with her son who is stationed in Puerto Rico Passover in Israel for Mrs. Sarah Shapoff and the Irving Westins leaving early in April Joining them from Rome, their children, the former Bea Shapoff and husband Alan Westin, for a grand reunion at the Dan Hotel in Haifa ... On the faculty at Columbia University, Alan is in Italy on a year's grant lrom the Ford Foundation. Certrude Berg and the entire I Broadway cast of "Dear Me the Sky is Falling'' are having Passover dinner at Morris and Ruth j Lerner's Famous Restaurant. Miami Beach. STEAKS FROZEN & BOXED 8 PRIME N.Y. BONELESS STRIP STEAKS Beth Moshe Will Honor Sisterhood Congregation Beth Moshe < %  ; honor its Sisterhood at a special Sabbath service on Friday evening. Mrs Fred Blank, president, will deliver an address. Mrs. Arthur J. Brown and Mrs. Herbert I.el chuk, past presidents, and Mrs. Sidney Sehoen and Mrs, Joseph Sedell. vice presidents, will represent the officers and Board of Directors. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services sponsored by Sisterhood irPopiel Social Hall. 32.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 11 PRIME FILET MiGNON STEAKS 22.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 8 CHOICE N.Y. BONELESS STRIP STEAKS KOSHER POULTRY FOR PASSOVER BERNIAN POULTRY Always Sold live Poultry Slaughtered Only When Ordered (Never Iced or froien) JOE BFRMAN Wishes his many friends a Happy and Healthy Passover. Many thanks for your patronage over the past 73 years. In view of our demolished plant Tt 320 Collins Avenue, poultry and day-old enfls will be delivered at no charge on the Beach. JE 4-2J0I 22.50 AGED 3 WEEKS 12 PRIME CLUB STEAKS 16.75 AGED 3 WEEKS THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH—JE 8-1861 OPES EVENINGS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY SUNC.AY -TIL 6 P.M. Pi Lambda Phi Sauare Dance SaU da v Elects Officers Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association has elected new officers for 1964. The new officers are: Max Ilagen. president; Michael Goldstein, vice president; Michael O. Gold, vice president; Bcnnet Feldman. secretary; and Harvey Miller, treasurer. The organization holds meetings once a month and is open to all nembers of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. Charlie Tate. new head coach of the Miami Hurricanes football team, was guest speaker at a recently-held meeting. Beth David Young Adults will hold an old-fashioned square dance Saturday evening in the Social Hall with a professional caller and troupe. Barry M. Geltner is president. True Sisters Honors Officials Wise Hadassah Slates Performers On Monday noon, the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will celebrate Youth Aliyah at a luncheon in the Deauville Hotel. Musical selections by Sarah and Hayim Fershko will highlight the afternoon. Luncheon meeting Wei at the Jardin Sui^c spor. executive board, United i True Sisters. Miami 43 Mis Harry A. Greene, of N. J.. national president. Herman Simon. N. Y \ dent. Hostess for the after) Mrs. Edward Lewis, presi Mrs. Arthur L. Lee. chair During their visit, Mrs and Mrs. Simon will visit group's project, the Turn at Variety Children's Hi Inesday red by rder oi lonored --'"ark, %  i Mr.-. 1 presi. %  nd '.el nc local %  Clime T it 1 HOME MILK takes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK IS SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY SENIOR ORTHODOX RABBI OF GREATER MIAMI AS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER WATCH FOR THE PASSOVER LABEL ON EACH PRODUCT For Information About Kashruth Call Rabbi Rackovsky at JE 1-3595 TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE FR 4-7696 golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! 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Page 2-B +j€*>ist fhrkHan Friday. March 2C, 1964 Miami Beach Chaper of Hadassah Will Wind Up Youth Aliyah Celebrations ..ill hnlrl :i lllllHayim Fershko will give i mu.-i. cal program of internatioi and ballads. President Harry P. Cohen. 1 Culminating Youth AUyafcicetebrations, Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Groups have eala functions for next planned week. Shaloma Group will hold a Inncheon on Monday at the Men Roc ,,„„., Gu e S t speaker will be Mis 5 StaMn. and a musical program Jui be given by John Dltymak, violinist. president. Mrs. Irwin s Henrietta Siold Group li uled u celebration for M the Algiers Hotel. Mrs, Keller ipresident, Abess Jr.. treasurer of Variety Children s Hospital meets members of the United Order o True Sisters at the Wishing Well and gets a S2.000 check from Mrs Edward Lewis, president of Miam, Chapter 43. as payment toward a S4.800 pledge to furnish four rooms in the new Tumor Clinic now under construction. Mrs. Fred Fuller (left). 75> So.Shore Dr is area cancer chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Barchan (right) is co-chairman of '.he Tumor Clinic project. True Sisters Make Gift to Variety A cheek for $2,000 was given to Variety Children's Hospital this week by a group of whose whose record of generosity stretches way back to 1846. The United Order ol True Sisters was founded "to help the sick and unfortunate." They help more than 250,000 cancer patients annually. Miami Chapter 43 gave $5,000 last year, primarly in support ol tumor clinics. They pledged $4,800 to furnish a four-room suite for the Children's Tumor Clinic t Variety. President Mrs. Edward Louis said her members were instrumental in giving Variety their X-Ray Therapy Machine four years ago. This was a $12,000 project in which the Damon Runyon i ancer Fund and the True Sisters each gave $6,000. They also give Mt. Sinai Ho.Children Set For Model Seder Model Seder will be conducted >>y the Children ol the Nursery School of Temple Adath Yeshurun. Over 71) will participate on Thurs day morning, Mar. 26, at 10:30 Nurserj School teachers, Mrs. i n Beloff, Mrs. Harriet Levin. Mrs Ethel Kandel and Mrs, San Ettinger have instructed tin studi ms in traditional and modern Passover melodies assoc v ith the Seder service Mrs. Bette-Ann Herman. PTA chairman ol Ihe Nursery School. ii mging the meal to be scrv President ol Tempe Adath Yc j i :ph Liedman, will grei ih" children, pital a yearly grant of S800, allocate $600 annually to Visiting Nurses, for care of indigent can cer patients, and contribute to the Social Service Department at .lack-on Memorial Hospital. In addition, they have donated an Isotope Machine for cancer treat ment at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. National president of the United Order of True Sisters. Mrs. Harr> A, Greene, ol Newark N.J., came to Miami on Monday to participate in the check presentation ceremonies and to tour the new buildings at Variety Children's Hospital. Accompanying Mrs. Greene was Mrs Herman Simon, of Brooklyn, first national vice president. Deborah Group "ill hold a Urncheon on Monday noon at tne Deauville Hotel, with entertainment, favors and prizes, lo-chan„„.„ are Mi's. Henry Kat/. and Mrs Sally Barkan. President is Mis. M. Sossin. Henl Group has scheduled a celebration for Monday at the l„ me "l Mrs. A. J. Harris. 182a \V. 24th St., Sunset Island .!. .Mis. Ben Zeigmund is president. Israeli Group will hold a lunch con on Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Henry B. Warnick spiritual leader of Temple Titereth Israel, will be guest speaker. Vocal selections will be by MrMurray Rosenthal. who appears at local fashionable supper clubs. Mrs. Sol Silverman is chairman of the day. and president is Mrs Esther Meyer. Emma Lazarus Group will hold a luncheon and theatre party on Wednesday at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Mrs. .lack Spat/, is chairman, and Mrs Norman Meyers, president. Mcrton Towers Group has scheduled a luncheon on Monday noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Kodesh, and musical program will consist of a cantata by Cantor Saul H. Breeh and choir Of Temple Ner Tamid. Ceil Rosen Matt and Mary Cerstman are chairmen of the day. and president is Mrs Samuel S. Goldberg. Hanna Senesch Group h a s scheduled a celebration for Tuesday at the Algiers Hotel. 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Page 10-C Page 12-C 9-Jmisii thrkfinn Friday. March 20, 1964 1 Seek Safeguards Against Prejudice MRONTp — (JTA) — The Cam aclian Jildh!ilgrdff iSSoWarr appeal to its conslitutents this week to write or wire to their representatives in Parliament and to the Canadian Minister of Justice for legal safeguard-; against the distribution of anti-Jewish and anti-Negro material. The appeal was sent to 700 presidents and secretaries of Jewish men's and women's organizations Ifilhe Toronto area aWPalso to communities throughout the Ontario region. Last week the CJC sent a telegram to Justice Minister Guy Favreau stressing that recent distributions of such hate materials in Toronto "uatcntly" incited "to genocidal actions.'' The C'JL asKcd the Minister to determine the applicability of the Crimlanl Code section which bars i.icitenibnt W violent "action. Both Minister Favreau and Postmaster General J. R. Nicholson were asked tor a meeting on the problem, James K. Mtuchmor. Moderator of the United Church of Canada. i also demanded that the antiSemitic attacks be Investigated ibythe Royal Canadian Mounted I Police. The United (lunch is Canada's largest Protestant de. nomination. The Moderator is the church's highest officer. 'Though the source or sources of these unfair assaultmay be hard to locate, law enforcement officers in Canada, and particularly the RCMP. should get at the root of this trouble,'' Dr Hutchm orsaid. He expressed 'he opinion that pamphlets accusing Jews of being part of a Comm mist com -piracy were printed to inflame* the gentile world int J hatred Appointment of A. Z. Kis to the newly-created post of vice president 'n charge of Passenger Traffic, Western Hemisphere, of the AmericanIsraeli Shipping Co., owners representatives of the Z:m Israel Navigation Co. L'd., of Haifa, is announced in New York by Gottlieb Hammer, idenl of American-Israeli Shipping Co. Parents Without Partners Parents Without Partners, Miami Beach Chapter, will hold a coders ii social at the Casablanca Hotel i Saturday al 8 p in. All single i rents and visiting members arc \ elcome. Larry King, radio personality, was Featured speaker al the chapter's meeting on Tuesday i vening at the Bel Aire Hotel. V. "GOOD? IBUONO? It's mechayehdige!" Chef Boy-Ar-Dce could have used the Italian superlative, "buonissimo", to desei ibe the flavor of his Marinara Sauce but decided that "mechayehdige" would make you h,, ngiicr for a taste of it. CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE B Marinara Sauce It's an all purpose sauce for [ turning ordinary dishes into a feast of real Italian flavor — for fish, stews, omelet, spaghetti, rice and macaroni dishes. Rich puree of tomato. olive oil, onions and herbs, slowly simmered for perfect taste. Keep plenty on hand. %  *4 e. %  > %  -< %  oft MAKING PASSOVER DISHES EVEN MORE DELICIOUS [for a long, long time) Take a page from any smart homemaker's book! Passover and all through the year, enjoy the extra-freshness and creamy-richness of Breakstone's in every dairy dish you serve. In traditional favorites or everyday meals, that somethingspec/a/ Breakstone flavor has always satisfied your taste for the best. good dairy^to you from KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Creamed Cottage Cheese California Style Cottage C-eese Pot Style Cottage Cheese Farmer Cheese Cream Cheese Temp-tee Whipped Cream Cheese Sour Cream Sweet Whipped & Sweet Fi rfl Butter Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen, Spring Valley, N. V. ROKEACH 80 KOSHER FOR PASSOVER PRODUCTS



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Friday. March 20, 1964 •, U M tsii IfU'nrffdffan Paqe 15 9 People Speak To Hear Panel LEGAL NOTICE "The Eternal Triangle: Poverty, Hunger and Over-Population" is the subject of The People Speak Town Hall Forums in conjunction with the Peace Center on Friday, 8 p.m., in Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Avc. Prof. Thomas Carroll, sociologist, University of Miami faculty. and Mrs. II. Franklin Williams, board member of Dacle County Hn man Relations Council and Planned Parenthood Association, will be panelists, with Chaim Rose. moderator Rep. Claude Pepper (with scissors) officiates director; Pepper; Arthur H. Courshon, chairat ribbon-cutting ceremonies opening Jefferman of the board, and Jack D. Gordon, chairson National Bank of Miami Beach for busiman of the Executive Committee. Jefferson ness. Flanking Pepper are directors of the National. South Florida's newest U.S.-chcrrteroank located a'. 301 -41st St., Arthur Godfrey ed banking institution, features a full trust deRd.. at Pinetree Dr. Left to right are Ben Giller, partment. It opened early to fulfill numerdirector; Milton M. Gaynor, director; Thomas ous requests and will be formally dedicated Tom) E. Mottola, president; Jack R. Courshon, Apr. lb. Thomas Jefferson's birthday. Israelite Center Passover Session On Tuesday evening, in the Israelite Center Social Hall, the Dora Stein Sisterhood will pre-< nt a Passover workshop conducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky. Questions pertaining to the customs, traditions and laws of the festival will be explored by Rabbi Swirsky, with particular attention to "Why do Children ask the Annual Purim Auction R'nai B'rith Women of .Miami will hold its annual Purim auction at .Masonic Hall. -11 Valencia, Coral Gables, on Saturday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Peter Duchon and Mrs. George Licbman are in charge ol tickets. Torah Presentation Told Temple Zamora announces presentation of a Torah to Huge Handicap Due at Gulf stream The 19th running of the S100.000 Gulfstream Park Handicap, top handicap event of the meeting, highlights the week's racing calendar The Gulfstream Handicap will be run Saturday, and a companion feature of the week's sport will be the $15,000 Green ValleyHandicap on the turf on Wednesday. All eyes will be centered on the handicap in which a field of anywhere from a dozen to eighteen may be in the lineup, headed by Gedney Farm's Gun Bow, the California handicap champion. Gun Bow will be trying to emulate the feats of Swaps and Round Table who came out of the West meet Monday, 6:30 p.m., at Chandto gain added fame at Gulfstream. kr's Restaurant. Swaps set a world's record for a After a cocktail hour, dinner milc al, d !" yards and Round will be served at 7:30 p.m. ProTable equalled the Gulfstream mile gram will include a panel of and a quarter mark, current disBeach Dentists To Meet Monday Miami Beach Dental Society will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol TELEVFNTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT r. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD : COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2776 I:I SM;U. II JI I'lniniii'r, MI.NNU.of H INKS, I %  i. mlnnl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Yi >r, MiNNir.i >r INKS Sir. .1. I MI,.in, i ik lull i .. • quired %  file } our :i n tt • C'omiilHlnl for Irivni-ci with ili of 111. HlKIVf II i Colirl .ill". -• i it) ih. i-. % % %  • upon "i..\ l•!>!•: RARXKS, MS t'nlumel LIII I i i. %  .. th, jin i, ,,. A|tl II, luiil. Dili, ru is. i hi will in taken .11 onfi 1 Dnti .I thlx 12th rln) 11I Mil 1 K. II II [MAN. I'lerk of 1' 1 ii c'n %  l!.\: I. i.i:.\ A NI iKlt, rii 1, 1,211-:. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL IN AND FOR DADE COUMN FLORIDA. 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Guests on Television Demos Schedule Beach Dinner Biscayne Democratic Club has announced that its ninth annual dinner will be held at the Algiers Hotel on 25. 1 S. Senators George Smathers and Spessard Holland head the list of national and local officials who have been invited to attend. Peter F. Heller is president of the organization. Students of Congregation Beth K! will be guests on Educational TV Ch. 2 program. ""Living Hebrew," under the direction of Louis Schwartzman, ol the Bureau ol Jewish Education.'The children will present a Mo,'el Seder superSaturday evening, Apr. vjstl(| )y Qeorge GoIdberg of tm> Beth El faculty. The program is seen 7 to 7:30 p.m.. Thursday, Mar 26. B'nai Sholem Launches Drive "Brotherhood in Action" is the keynote of the new building drive being launch.'. I by Temple B'nai Sholem, 16800 NW 22nd Ave. To aid and stimulate interest in the drive, a musical comedy, "Whirl ol Music." created by Ruth Max. will be presented Apr. 25 and Variety Hospital Names Blank Jerry Blank, vice president oi National Brands, has been named in the Hoard of Directors ol Variety ChildrenHospital, according to an announcement by Hospital President Roscoe Brunstetter. Blank is also president of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Companies oi Orlando. Lakeland and Melbourne. He is a director of City National Hank oi .Miami Beach, a founder )hn, president, and Mel Golberq, sales manager of --oodman Sons, Inc., check Shmuioh Matzos as they 1 golden brown through the long ovens at their plant in Long Island City. N.Y. The Kosher lor Passover baking process was suparvised by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow, ol New York, I assis'ed by other prominent spiritual leaders there. A. Goodnic:i & Sons has been producing food for consumers over 188 years. 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Friday. March 20, 1964 vjewisfi fhrkUOir) Page 5-A Zionist Actions Committee Session Hear Goldmann A Continued from Page 1-A ratl *hich ought to regard the Zionist movement as the main chosen instrument. Fortunately, he n.cf, Israel is strong enough to devote its attention to the future of the Jewish people outside Israel, while in Israel people rave begun to realize the importance of a partnership with the Diaspora. Another condition. Dr. Goldmann said, if the revival of the spirit FORM DANCE GROUPS 6 or 8 COUntS MHLV GUllY MAMBO CHRIS DALTON DAY OR EVE INSTRUCTIONS WLDNESDAY NITE CONTESTS Deluxe Tro3"tes Awarded Champagne. I TEl. UN 6-771T 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. I SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL 4 ?65 St. a. COII.IK Ave.. Miami Beach (ANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON Music Month At Beth David V b annual observance of Jewish Music Month will be held at B-M David Synagogue during the Iat< Friday evening services. conducted by Rabbi Norman N. Snap.Cai tOJ William W. Lipson and the Beth David Choir, under the direction of Albeit Sussman. will present three new liturgical compositii:; and Cantor l.ipson will deliv :• :. sermon on "Kaddish — Fact and Fiction." Liturgical compositions to be heard for the first time at Beth David include "V'Shomru," by Joshua Lind; and several works of Zavel Zilbert, composer Of Jewish folk music. Members of the choir are sopranos, Mrs. Max Reizner, Mrs. Celia Segal, Mrs. Elliott Gordon. Mrs. Pearl Brook. Mrs. Jane Barrow altos, Mrs. Sam Weinstein, Mrs. Hose Schreidell; tenor, .ins eph Kwart: basses. Norman Lipson and Howard Neu. Mrs. Jacob Morganstern is rehearsal accompanist. of the Zionist movement, especially in the United States where it must begin to lose its "inferiority complex." widen the narrow limits of its activities, become a pioneer j in the fight to reorganize Jewish C 0 m m un I ties in representative bodies, and manifest flexibility in relationships with organizations outside the World Zionist Organization by opening the way for their cooperation. Dwelling on the danger of assimilation. Dr. Goldmann stressed the tendencies of Jewish isolationism. There arc great communities, including the American Jewish community, he declared, where a majority are far from accepting the principle of united international Jewish action, and this lack of organized Jewish action within both an international and national framework is a permanent source ol weakness for effective organizational efforts. Moreover, he added, the American Jewish community remains far from any representative body able to speak on its behalf. A joint meeting here of the Government of Israel and the executive of the World Zionist Organization Monday was devoted to the examination of the problems facing the Jewish people in the Diaspora, in view of the denial to Jews in certain countries of religious and cultural liberties, and of the dangers of assimilation affecting Jewish communities elsewhere. The members of the Zionist executive expressed the determination of the Zionist movement, while continuing to discharge its functions in the spheres of immigration, absorption and settlement in Israel, to concentrate and invigorate its efforts in the Diaspora in the fields of the education of children and youth, as well as by active participation in the activities of Jewish communities and Jewish international organizations. 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State and the safeguarding of its • future; to intensify among them the consciousness of the unity of the Jewish people: to assist in the extension and development ot Jewish education with a view to imparting to the young generation the values of Judaism and its spiritual heritage; to spread the knowledge of the Hebrew language and Israel's renascent Hebrew culture: and to awaken and cultivate the mental readiness and active desire to settle in Israel. 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I. i s. Friday, March 20, 1964 End of Hitler By MAX LERNER vJewisli Mar id!ton Page 7-A Gen. Dori Responds to Gurion Blast The Soviet leaders, who are constantly rewriting history to suit Party-line truth, are now putting the finishing touches to the Soviet view of Hitlers last days and his death. Gen. Vasily Chulkov, who look Berlin for the Russians, has written a book called "The End •if the Third Keich," and excerpts are now appearing in a Soviet literary weekly. He says several things to challenge the Western research version of Hitler's end: firsi, that the Russians did find Hitler's charred body (and presumably still have it somewhere?); second, that Hitler's lieutenants put out a taked report of his suicide two days before it happened, in order to split the Allied coalition; third, that Hitler's death must therefore be dated two days later than the Western historians have it. which is why the Russians were able to come upon his body, • • • In a mortally divided world it is good to have cultural interchange, like the cultural agreement America has just signed with the Russians. I am also all for cooperative research, whether into space or underwater or in the conquest of disease or the end of the Third Reich. But it must be done honestly, not shabbily as part of the political war. As I see it. Hie Chulkov research—judging from the dispatches from Moscow—is ont honest but tactical. Take the tone-setting jibe at Russia's war allies: "We Soviet forces took Berlin and were able to see and find out more than outside observers who, on the day of the storming of Berlin, were far Irom the scene." True, but why was it the Russians who took Berlin? The answer is: because the Americans let them as a gesture of magnanimous friendship. We shall be saying this with a sigh, somewhere ages and ages hence. If I steal and transpose Robert Frost's lines, from "Two Roads," it is because the American war policymakers—Roosevelt, Stimson, Mar.-hall, Eisenhower—had to make a hard choice toward the end of the war and mado the wrong choice. They held back the American armies from Prague arid Berlin and let the Russians capture both. Their theory was that Soviet aggressions sprang from Soviet insecurity and mistrust, and they felt that a generous policy would heal both. It didn't. • • • As for Hitler's end, the standard accounts may be found in three books: Hugh Trevor-Roper, "The Last Days of Hitler;" Alan Bullock, "Hitler: a Study in Tyranny;" William Shircr, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich." The first two have already been revised to cover recent researches. They agree on the facts as known: that Hitler planned for a while to make his last stand at Berchtesgaden; that he finally decided on the (loebbels plan of making a "world historical end" in his bunder under the Chancellery in Berlin; that he brought his mistress, Eva Braun. there and married her and died with her; that they committed suicide on the afterncon of April 30, 1945. not April 29, as Chulkov would .have the Western version alter Hitler had written his last testament; that, after they were dead, their bodies were soaked in gasoline, wrapped in a rug, and set on fire. Up to now the guess of the historians has been that when the Russians entered the bunkers they iound only the charred bodies of Goebbels, and his wife, and that Hitler's ashes may have been scattered in the garden. Chulkov now says they found Hitler's charred remains on May 2. So much the better, -ince it will set at rest the abortive Nazi legend that Hitler never died but will return. • • • But the other Chulkov contentions are more suspect. He seems in base them on his talk with the Nazi Gen. Krcbs. who came to negotiate a peace with Chulkov. But since Krcbs left the Fuhrerbanker right after midnight, in the early hours of May 1. how could be have brought news of Hitler's death unless it had taken place "ii April :!0, and not (as Chulkov now saysi later in the day of May 1? We must wait for Cbulkov's detailed evidence that Hitler's assoput out a fake rei>ort oi his death two days before it happened, SO that Soaring and Himmler could negotiate a separate peace with the Americans. We know that both of them wanted a separate peace, and we know thai Eisenhower sternly repulsed every otter nade to him. as a betrayal ol the "unconditional surrender" agreement which FUR bad been tile first Allied leader to insist upon The time for a tactical slanting ol the Hitler story iover. Let u'-,'t at the truth, whichever way it cuts. Continued from Page i-A | "different" and its military acconi; piishments "greater." In the 1948 War, Gen. Dayan led a strikingly successful commando unit and, as Chief of Staff he commanded Israel's forces in the defeat of Egypt in the 1956 Suez campaign. The Ben-Gurion statement was seen as downgrading the military achievements of former commanding generals, including Gen. Dori; Maj. Gen. Yigal Allon, commander of several important fronts in 1948, now Labor Minister; Gen. Yigael Yadin, an archaeologist who was Chief of Operations and later Chief of Staff, and others. With the exception of Dori. the military leaders struck back with charges that the decisions which prevented the total liberation of Palestine in 1948 were political and not military and therefore were the responsibility of Mr. Ben-Gurion as Prime Minister and Defense Minister during the war. Unlike his colleagues. Gen. Dori indicated he did not believe that it was only political orders which prevented the capture of all Palestine. "With our meager forces and lack of equipment, we did marvelously, but we also suffered serious defeats, such as in the old city uf Jerusalem and at the Latrun pass," he said "These might have been avoided had there been more unity between the political and military commanders." Gen. Dori also commented on Mr. Ben-Gurion's assertion that Gen. Dayan could have achieved greater results had he been Chief of staff in 1948. Gen. Dori said bility." 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Friday, Kirch 20. 1964 • tod spoon, i-...ed or tripled as needed. PastovePotato Kugelach 6 mediut: •-.:.• i potatoes 4 tablespooos melted chicken fr.t o.batter 1 mediu.T. •-•! onion, grated 2 eggs separated I tablespooci matzo meal I teaspoon -..'.: 1-4 t. asblack pepper > k H / st MrrirtHmwi Page &C until needed. They will become more crusty as they wait. Allow one or two kugelach for each portion. ^^ Passover Coconut-Walnut Macaroons 3 CB"4 whites 3-4 cup sugar ture resembles a meringue. Comclegs. F. about 12 minutes, until 1 cup -round walnuts 1,ine the walnuts, coconut, and a very light brown. Carefully re., matzo cake meal. Fold into the' move from the tin and cool on 3-4 cup shredded coconut „ ., meringue. Drop about a tableracks, mis recipe makes about 3 tablespoons matzo cake meal • spoonful in each macaroon, on a 27 cookies. These macaroons are Beat the egg whiles until stiff. srease d cookie tin. in the shape'best when they arc very fresh. If Gradually add the sugar, and ol a moun d. Leave about 2 inches I they are not eaten the day they continue beating until the mixbetween each one. Bake at 325 are baked, they should be frozen. Peel tli fine. Plae cold watei thoroughly. cess liqu:: place 2 t. ening—use Seder and the butter the onior. heal until brown. A together w •/' meal. • thoroughl) stiff and : kcustard p. verj gener potato mi maininc I li<' top ot degs. F. : hour, depe crustin< ~N lach will b xiil iii text the Seder, mum time in a very • tatoes and grate • 'trainer and run ugh them. Drain press out the ex.1 small saucepan oons of the shortken fat [or the meat meal-, and lairy meal. Add stir over medium union begins to the grate I potato, the egg yolk.-, mat* d pepper Mix :' at the egg whites Crease 8 : irge or cup cake tins and press in the Spoon the re ii, evenly over one, Bake at 375 13 minutes to one on the degree of red. The kugeelicate brown and at 43 minute-. For %  them the minikeep them warm ion, 2.">o degs I'.. Streits Enlarges Passover Foods This ye jr. Strait's has everything kosher for the Passover table. There re now 80 different items in the line of Streits products— in in itzos lo catsup. Originally world famous tor quality, crisp and thin matzos, the Strait name >ai taken on a new j0 significanc H ithat of a brand ^ name on a complete group of kosher too I products. Among th: amily of food produets that Strait's now makes available 1I the Jewish communitj are matxo meal, gefilte fish, catsup, borscht, fruit slices, preserves, pout J pancakes and cake mixes. New iten > ided this year are "coffee cake mix'" and "pound cake mix .. :'h their own bakins pans. "• mnalSC and salad dressing no carry the Strait's label. Ml Strait's huts are prepared and pac ...%  : under strut rabbinical super. •. n—S.T. Ehsss?*. %  Cr B R AMD *^-m DELUXE ****** •+ %  • •*<•** '^•mtm. %  WSMsii. MAKES PASSOVER A RKAL YOM TOY LOOK FOR THESfi ITEMS: • Pickles • Tomatoes • Horse Radish • Russell • Borscht • Sauerkraut 9 Chicken Broth • Gefilte Fish • Tzimmes • Schav • Roumanian Kraut • Deluxe Mix • Pepper Delight • Eqg Borscht • Horseradish & Beets • Matzo Ball Soup • Chicken in the Pot • Flanken in the Pot SEASHORE FOOD and PICKLE PRODUCTS Kosher for Passover Vhonv Ml 1-3541 Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern £/ BRAND COOKING BORSCH ( %  USSiU.) liir itfiiii""* tc-M-" • Bw*"* ^_ -,ES"0( 1900 MCOUC'S ^•V^^-' READY-TO-COOK Fresh a1 Fresh Frozen Freak-Eviscerated. Completely Kosherea Fryers. Broilers. Roasters. Fowl, Pullets. Rock Cornish, Capons, Oucks, Turkeys Whole, Cut-Up, B-easts, Wings, Legs ^Empire* The Most Trusted Name in Kosher Poultry ssssasvw Diifriaufed By: BEN L\POF 3?.' COILISS AVE., MIAMI BEACH Ca$nar$ itavi -or oe COtB ... s j GEfUTE FISH n >. • JU1I Ml AT .-0 llvt MATZO BALL SOUP %  Ml, -IIP f>lCMM,C JUtt *•*" MHO %  ., %  I i CHICKEN ^ i -in mi ?of



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T How to Prepare Your Home for Passover rhis authoritative guide to the ssovef observance is prepared by the rabbinical authorities of Union of Orl'iodox Jewish Con; relations of America. A guide nnol deal with all problemI kely to arise. In the event of a lestion, consult your spiritual l< ader. %  What is the basic dietary law on which Passover food preparation and use is based? i : on the use ol chometz, a i : lerm lor all lea\ ene I %  is and drink i h ..i. rye, barley, oats, mill %  as ell %  • derh ati\ es ol the is, art subject t-> the bus ol it lz Rice, corn, peas and all i i • ''i. ;-. Iso maj nol be i >ed during Passover. Gra n • negar ian example of derivai i lucid uhuli is chometz, • t-cw much chometz in a parlicular fso: makes it unfit for Passover use? Any amount, one must not eal have anj chometz during the lire Passover period, whether i the .natural -tatc. processed I rm, or in mixture. Lntil what time may chometz be eaten this year? mi :/ may nol be eaten this year alter a,30 a.m.. of Kpev Pesach, which this year is Fri day, Mar 27. Are fresh fruits and vegetables kosher for Passover, other than "dfewislli Floridxan Miami, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1964 Section C legumes—Leors, corn, peas, etc.? Fresh fru ts and vegetables, with '•' 1 xceplioa r.otecl, are k isher tor Passover. Kocd which is prep; red "!• processed com n xcially !:i any way maj nol he kosher r 1 .1.•. t •. 1 lie o.iiy asiiu ance that p: ck.iL:< ii proii s-< foods and In. 1 r iducts are kosher for 1 \ er 1 • c ?rl il ical %  %  .• bj rec 1 \ nized rabbinic authorities, indi%  at* :< bj a label or emblem of such rabbinic certification. Such Kosher for Passover certification should bo clearly and unmistakably an authentic pan oi the latel printed by 'lie manufacturer directly mi the container or v rapper oi the product. ihculd dishes, utensils and other kitchen and eating and storage implements be bought specifically for Passover use? Such a procedure is the best assurance of complete adherence to Pi ssover regulations. Under speci1 c conditions, ami if properly koshered, some utensils used the resl "f the year may be used during Passover. It 1suggested that a ...lu be asked about the proper procedui <•-. r.'ay plastic tableclothes be used? Yes. Does the oven need special cleaning? Tl e oven ; usi •! thr lughout ":i \".M .,:..! il mil ; lie cleaned. crapi urned out. A fitted metal lining for the interior is recommended. Special metal plates 'houlj lv placed OVI 1 the lop oi Ihe range to prevent contact with Pas>o\ r utensils. Your rabbi HJII be happy to give information i-n how to do this. What is to be dene with the chometz which is not used up or disposed of before Passover? Passover regulations require transfer "i ownership of such chometz 10 a non-Jew through an instrument called ••Shiar Mechirah." All leftover chometz should be placed m a -pare room, closet or trunk which is then to be locked. All chometz dishes and uten• ils. alter being thoroughly clean0 musl be plat cd in a speci-li> I'H k.;, I .1 .'I. n. 'Ihe ra I to prepare a bill %  i .'-'.' % %  %  '.:•. %  lor tl IS % %  : %  % %  chometz to a V.'hsr, is ownrrship returned? i he 1 1 at %  : :-.-• t. may lv • 'I,,' chometz alter 1 %  it a :.i;i may be used One's name and address should ue hit with the rabbi and .1 n 1-1 nabie timi rmitted to i. -before the stored chomet i used tn allow ihe rabbi enough lime to !m.-h the second part ol ihe transaction. What is the special ceremony for dispcsal of chometz? A formal ceremony, called kal Chometz," is required. This begins with a final check <>; ihe home at nightfall, Thursday, Mar. I'G. to make sure that all chometz has been removed, 'ihe pockets of ;ill clothes to be worn during Passover should be included in this search. How is "Bedikat Chometz" performed? Since the home is presumed this time In be lice ol chome l crumbs Ol bread are placed tach room so that the search \v 1 not be in vain. Immediately ter nightfall on Thursday, M \'~>. ihe head of the house, his lighted by a candle carried b> member 01 the family, goes fri room 1^1 room, using a feath • and wooden spoon to gather ; The chometz, spoi leather and candle are then wr • ..'i a cloth and tied with string. 'Ibis chometz is to ed the next morning. 'I 1 id the house then torma unces ownership ol any scovi n 1 chometz. The formu K >! Chamira." appears at I esinning ol ihe haggadah, 'h blessing which is to • 1 1 I onl) in the evening. What is the ceremony tor the burning of the chometz? The ceremony 1called "B i 11 imetz" and takes place no I • (';• than 10 a in .. on erev I'esai March 27. The chometz, as u as any bread left over from brei fast, is burned, and the "K -. Chamira" iamain recited. Are there any other requi'i. merits? All Passover kitchen and eati j and storage implements and lui are placed in thenproper plac< -. 'lour home is now free oi c metz and ritually prepared t >r Passover and for the first Sei on Friday evening, Mar. '-'7. r The traditional way to make a Seder 1 CANDLIS arc lighted by thr. mother of t li e house to usher in thr I'-'Mwi! of PassOVIT. Thr benediclion which she pronoun ffs over h e randlei give* a religious meaning to this simple act. An abundance of light symbolizes joy and festivity, and the soft candle-glow %  adI an aura of spirituality to the Seder table. 2 A CUP OF WINE is placed at each table setting. The sanctiftration of ihe Holiday is pronounced over I lie firt cup. Thrre additional cups are drunk during the course of the Seder, making a total of four, to >mbolize the four expression! of ihe Lord's promise to redeem the children of Israel and deliver them from Itondagc. 3 THE HAGGADAH I literally "ihe telling") contain* (lie complete Setter ceremonies in llirir prescribed order Isfi/cr). Tinfir-t pan oi the book. concerned mainly with the story of ill.Jews' deliverance from Egypt, is read before the meal. Afler dinner follows ihe second purl ion consisting of prayers of praise and llianklo the Almighty. 4 MATIOH represent* thr "bread of affliction" eaten by nit Jrws in Egypt, and also the bread that had to In-baked during their hasty flight when there was no lime for learning. Three matzot are placd in the Seder trav. Half the middle malzoh. avcd for the Alikomon (dealer!). playfully "stolen" by a child and ransomed for a yrur. 5 THE Z'ROAH, a roasted *-))aiik l>one. is placed on ihe Srder tray. Il rrprrsenls ihe ancient sacrifice of the Paschal lamh 11'esarh I which had to he eaten roasted. I'csach, the Helirew name for Passover, also refers to the Lord's passing over fpoiachI thr Jewish homes .luring thr plague visited upon 1 lie Kg> plian firsthorn. tr .' 6 THE gllTZAH, a roasted egg placed left of the Z'roah, aymbohfM the required olfcring brought on all festivals in the Temple. The rgg. while not itself sacrificed, is used in the Seder as it is Ihe Jewish symliol • I mourning in this case for the loss of the Temple where the sacrifices were brought t 7 'THE MAHOIt or "hitter herbs" 1 usually horseradish) is placed in the middle of the tray nd symbolize* the Jews' hitler fuffering under ihe Egyptian yoke. Directly below is the Cheierelh, a*other piece of bitter herb*, commemorating the custom of rating .tfaror sandwiched between two pieces ol Matzoh. 8 THE CHAROSET, placed beneath the Z'rotih, is a mixture of chopped apple, nuts, cinnamon, anil wine designed to look like the mortar used by the Jews in building the palaces and pyramids of Egypt during centuries ol forced labor. Before the Woror i eaten, it is dipped into llie Charoid. 9 THE KARPAS. a piece of parsley or lettuce placed 10 the left of Ihe Charosel, symbolizes the meager dirt of the Jews in Egyptian bondage. It is dipped into salt water in remembrance of the tears they shed in their misery. The Karpas also signifies Springtime, the season of Passover. 10 THE CUP OF EllJAH, filled with wine, is kept on the table throughout the Seder in the hope that the Prophet Elijah may appear as a messenger of the Almighty and announce the coming of the Messiah. Thus, in the midst of Iheir memories of the past, thr Jews look forward to the day of universal peace, love, and brotherhood.



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Fridcr March 20, 1964 *. JmHIfno/rffrfli!. ?,/r Page 11-A Vc/i '9 ions Services J his Weekend I A 'TH ISPAEL. 7801 C.irlyle ave. i lox. R*bbi Isaac Ever. SH Ul ii ml .Rniricnm %  I>I • | T SHALOIVi CONGREGATIC 80 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox, sr.iel Keishner. I .''I l,.i|| l>V II h'\\> V n Sal r.lu II ml T< n ah Moi i i lui kNSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. ,-v-ivative. H.iiiiji Abraham Selli a -— IETH 3AVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conrvativa. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. William W. Lipson. r. • in. .!•• IMi M iii li llllHel Vert. < 'mil' : V\ il -on iv III dlxcUMi: "Kitilillxh l Id i -ii S;l in il;i> !i ii.lil. j ...nil. [llcliard, son of i i %  tih I'I.IIII-IHIH'.-; Uenffivv, NMII I) nd Mm. Rby Hack ETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave Orthodox. Rabti Solomon Schiff. p..ii. Sallli-ilny K:30 a.Ill rah: llynn l.nrl. sun ..f \i nd ilniniiShfldon -• I M 'li "A lll.nl K. -|MIII. \ • IETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Ranbi H. Loins Rottman. n-i -i %  "> |i m. Saturday '• a.m. l< \ s imma r> of i he I 'a**CANDltUGllTING TIME 7 Nisan —6:12 p.m. ETM JACOB. 301-311 Washington %  ve. OithDaox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. .. |i > mi .!.i> v In I '•! ii (hi Tl !•'!• d.m H ,-.., I.,I ,. lull III nil I I ... .1 — • 3ETH KODESH 1101 SW nth ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sh.ipno. Cantor Fred Bernstein. !'• lila) in • %  •!. Satiirdu •. i ...m Svrjmiii i %  n A .i t.. i — • — BETH M O 5 M t_ CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. Kriiliij v>". |i ii Slati rh KHI Kiililuith .-'nlur.in -. I n m. I lui Mi avail: II ill i'I and Mr* I. l...ii.-iili. i — — 3ETH RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd ave .Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre tary. Frlila) *i" i' HI. .-.'1'nn.ii; 'i hi I >a> nf ill. l.-.i %  %  • II in !' %  i M i Mi ml Mr.li in • Mi S i urn *. %  • — 3ETH TFILAH, 035 Euclid ave Orthodox. FHabbi J-.S'jph E. Rn-kovsky The Great Sabbath is Our Clarion Call to Freedom By 7ABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ Temple Ner Tamid mymous with the Great Sabbath, vvlhcH we will observe Hi: eekencl. is the clarion call D| freedom. It takes us back son three and a half thousand ><*. • when Cod said to Pharaoh. It; My son go, that hr may -errve Me." This command was in < lity also a message to the S^:i uiren of Israfll. They were e time in slaverj. They crushed in body and in Thej had no free will. i did what they were ordered ti do. n there came to these trodden slaves the tidings thai one who was mightier than PI .ah would raise the yoke off their necks. Liberty wot I soon be theirs. They I be their own masters, conducting their lives after their own sweet will. And many an l-r,*:tc began to dream of this 1 fret life, in which he would make up lor the years of bondage, by thro ing all restraint to the Iwim s and giving full rein to all I his. ("esires. whether good or bad. It is a quite common experience Ithat when a person has been kept [unctr severe check for a length lot t -ne, and is set free, he very lofte: abusca his liberty. Africa TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. A Re'orm Congregation Di Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G Bornstein, Cantor Services frHay, 1:15 PJM. SERMON: "HOW OO WE KNOW WHAT ( JD REQUIRES OF US."' TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave., M.B. O %  iiiTVnttve OR IRVINC LEHRMAN, Rabbi Hirsh Adler. Cantor ev-ning service 8:30 p.m. Sermon Topic "THE TRAGIC CASE OF JACK RUBY" %  I .ay morning service 9 a.m. JE 8-2S03 MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Road, Miami Ph. 446-2181 VAHKWT and KADDISH Dai!, 3 a.m. and 6 p.m. Iat„ Sin 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. RABBI EUGfNE LABOVITZ slavery to the Divine of today, and even South America, will illustrate this tragic tendency, For that reason. God said. •Let .My people go. that they mayserve Me." The children of Israel were no longer slaves to a wicked Pharaoh, but they were to become the servants of God. The old slavery was demoralizing; the new servitude was to be ennobling, enlarging their spirit and raising them to a higher plane of life. Old restraints would be taken off their shoulders, but only to be replaced by new ones. They would by no means he allowed to do as they pleased. The lesson for us is quite simple. There is no such thing as absolute liberty. Man can never be entirely free. At best, he has a choice of which bondage he will submit to. Everyone of us is offered the alternative of two slaveries—slavery to God or slavery to a Pharaoh. The Divine slavery is known to us as religion. "Do this and live!'* is the supreme idea of our faith. Let God's will supercede your will, let His wishes, not your wishes, guide you; and then you will live the supreme type of life to which the human being can attain. God's service, however. is not a destroying slavery. It raises, it docs not cast down; it strengthens the soul and fortifies the spirit. Goethe was righl when he said. "Law alone gives freedom," which is another way of saying, ••Free My people that they may serve Me.' BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1'th a*-). -Cansaivative. ,Rabbi Max Lip. sch.lz. Cantor Ben.Zion Kn-schcnb.uini Itn 'I ,Snliill In, f jh .,„,! i.in. i:.i,.M Ml %  ml All i V. • — 6'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Haioid Richter. Cantor Joel L-iner • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abiaham Stiassteld. — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Oejrfie Goldberg. I -1 i %  •.. > vl". |. in S. rim, II. •I'll. V..mil .,i Tii'l.n %  Hook rrvifsi b> \\\* llhomlH Hi lillnm i. flR-luli Rrarii H it> s.l I -in.i.in. Ont'H Shabhai hunt*: Mr. ii nd AhIJHVIII (Sold. cnln-t-K, in li r of Hobii'tmlu.v ol he i (Inushl r, Mwdalj n; Mi. and Miri.in Krli-M-h, in honor %  ihelr weddlnu annivi nary: Mr. and AltMj I I Ivnpi I. in honor %  •! tin K.n M nli tit .ir II M,n, Siiiiinl.ii %  • ,i in liar MitBVah: N. il Ko|iel. FT. LAUDERDAUE EMANL'-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Relorm. Rabbi Richara M. Leviton. • ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shn.ary.-.hn T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. I' I i iiii'l N;l-1 i. in. Si S \ iii. %  an S i mi da) n "Tli,. I'IM'I.,1 i %  .i..— f (In •: i ;.,r MUxvah il Mi s.iin II in KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Raubi Phineas Weber, man. — a SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I— .in 5:4.1 and 8:1a |i.ni. Si-rnion: •'rii, liival Hnlibath." s. mi) a a.in. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Pi-Mas I'. i'in. (iueal ot honor l n Is.ia.Ali-nla.v, !' %  .I-III.Iriii.i Kalilil .a YuKimlavla. Satuiiiaj S::io a.m Sermon: "Conataal Herolm." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I-T iiln.\ s ; i :, p.m. Sermon "Tin Mi nnlns ot i In mm .--.-. 1:1*1 ii.ui, Sermon: "The Jewiah IVaoi <•-.11.' TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Charles Kodner. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Frlrta.i vl". |).m Sermon: "rYeedoin from l-'i-.i.or I eai of Freedom." Sat.iniiix II a.m. Bar Mltavah: David, son of Mr. and Mra. I i Mpwick. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstrnctionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlitb. 1'iiiiay 8:15 |i.m. Sermon: "The Open IHair. s.ii'ini.iv 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Uettlng the Jewlah 1'eople lo Agree." TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Cha ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "UnrnliD Hatunla} 10:45 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Kteven Daniel, son "f Mr. and -Mis. Robert C. Haaa. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantoi Alexander Cohen. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N*v\ 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. —— • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvini Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler i-iiilav v:;u p.in. Sermon: "The Traitli' Caw of Jaek Ruby." Saturday %  • a in Bar Mltavah: Paul, mm ..f Mi*, ami Mi-. Simniiinl Welntrauli Baa Mltavah: Robin, daughter of Mi. and Aii>. Herbert Silver. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How l'.We Know what Ood Require* ol r>? TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 10 :" n m. Bar Mltavah: Morgan RnsTer, noil of Mi. and Mr.-. Joaeph Rood. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frlda; I IS II in Baturdaj P a.m Bin Mltavah: Michael, aon of Mrs Shirley Stevena. 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Page 12-A vJenisti flcridiicJin Friday. March 20, 196J Schema on Jews Reported 'Bolder' By Special Report PHILADELPHIA — The first announcement that the Vatican has rewritten its schema chapter and that city's Federation of Jewcussed end added that through ish Agencies, Archbishop Krol! *he Council Fathers' interventions "we realized we had somewhat underestimated the growth lengthened schema chapters reof the ecomenica | movement in on Jews and made it "bolder" latin t0 Jews and "U*"" free | the Church between the time the dom would be presented to the third session of the Ecumenical Council, scheduled to convene in Rome early in September. The Archbishop is one of live undersecretaries of the Council. was given Mar. 10 at a meeting of j Philadelphia Jewish leaders by %  A rchbishop John J. Krol. The event marked the first address made to a meeting of Jewish organizations by the head of the Philadelphia Roman Catholic Dioccsi Speaking before the Philadelphia Regional Board of the AntiDefamafion League of B'nai B'nth Council was announced and the time this schema came to the floor." Therefore, he declared, the schema has been strengthened "in accordance with the wishes of the majority of spoken and written interventions." He told his audience that the vigorous discussion on the schema during the second session was nothing unusual. He said every schema is so disNOW AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME! A TRULY NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR PIECE Tain* PVew M,vase On MASv Get a Steiner headpiece and look years younger. Or just come in for a free consultation and try on your particular style; you will agree that it looks and feels as natural as your own hair. Your hair-piece will be custom designed to suit your features and to blend with your own hair for both color and texture. A Steiner hairpiece will also bring out a nicer contour of your head than any other hairpiece. Don't delay call lor an appointment now. You will be gfad you did. OPEN TIL 8 MONDAY EVENING • Mail Coupon for FREE Illustrated Brochure • Or come in for FREE consultation • PHONE 374-5427 • Also N.Y.C— New York H,nr Studios 45 W. 45 ST. STEINER HAIR STUDIOS 19 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. Please send me FREE, without any obligation on my part your illustrated brochure on Men's Hair Pieces. Name Address City Zone State An announcement by the Vatican action was made from Koine the following day. It revealed that the strengthened Ecumenical schema was drafted in a working session of the Ecumenical Council's Secretariat for promoting Christian Unity held near Rome Irom Feb. 24 to Mar. 7 under the direction of Augiistin Cardinal Bea. About 2.000 amendments propos| ed in writing by the Council Fathers, bishops and other prelates, in many countries were considered in the revision. It has been %  called more forceful than the ori: ginal schema because most of the amendments reflect a "deep conI viction" that the Council must condemn anti-Semitism and proclaim lreedom of conscience. The rewritten text is not yet available, but Archbishop Krol noted that the original draft had slated in effect that it is false and injurious to brand the Jewish people as deiddes—slayers of God— and that the flew Testament "provides no valid basis, and should not be distorted to provide a screen for hatred and anti-Jewish feelings or persecution." t > % I i % > % i % % > i % % r % r % % i r i r % > r % r r r % WIA A 2-U'fi EK COMPLETE TUMP FOR TWO PARIS and LONDON 2nd PRIZE Original Painting $500.00 Value DRAWING TO BE HELD DURING 3rd PRIZE Original Painting $200.00 Value 1 "<£ in fi 99 arts ening COCKTAIL PARTY AND ART SHOW SATURDAY, APRIL 11 6 to 8 P.M. 3500 Flamingo Dr. Miami Beach ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY call MO 1-5922 or JE 8-5406 To Purchase Tickets ALL PROCEEDS FOR The Group Treatment Home for Emotionally Disturbed Children Jewish family and Children's Service, Miami, Florida KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS PL 4-4521 r mortgage problems; MAZEL TOV! IT'S QUINTS! I deal until you see us... Let us help you help yourself to the best possible mortgage loan financing for BUILDING, BUYING, REMODELING or REFINANCING residential property. For lowest possible closing costs and interest rates ... SEE YOUR FRIENDS AT s okj n iver sity SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIAIION jderal or CO'AI OAiiEs IRACIE MIIE AT PONCE Df IEON BOUIEVARD OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY FROM 9:00 AM TO 8:00 PM "• HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN PASSOVER MATZOHS wrannpH^ 5 PAC ? 5 u 0ne -P und P^^ges. individually waxwrapped for super-freshness! Finest Matzohs in the world! BUY THE 5-PACK! DISTRIBUTtD BY PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 N.E. 61st STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Friday, March 20, 1964 +Jewlsi>ncrJdtiar) Page 15-C Leaders of the Furniture Group doing an outstanding job in the Mercantile Division drive ot Combined Jewish Appeal, are (left to right) Gordon Paterson, of E. B. Malone. Bedding cochairman; Dave Melin, ot Tech-Aerofoam Products, Furniture Manufacturers Suppliers; A. J. Alexander, of Kent Furniture Co., group chairman. Seated tlef* t,-> right) ure William Baros Jr., of Miami Rug Co., Carpet chairman; and Frank M. Seiden, of Frank M. Seiden Co., Contract Furniture chairman. Friendship Circle At Beth Am Senior Friendship Circle ol fernDonald Blake, educator and botpie Beth Am met on Tuesday eveanist from the University oi Georgia, spoke mi "Tropical Fruit Guest speaker was Laymen liarTrees of Florida." dee, Audubon Society leader, eduAn exhibition of unusual tropical cator, and lecturer, who presented fruits was displayed in Mrs. Gililms on bird life. zella Fleischer. The only Gef ilte almost as good as Mother's... IS 3 Mdhzrs For Your Passover Seder— in 3 Tasty Varieties Succulent fresh-water fish simmered in the same s-l-o-w, time-honored way. Careful blending, subtle spicing, and meticulous preparation makes MOTHER'S the glorious gefilte fish to highlight your Passover Holiday. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER PARE V E From the Spotless Kitchens ot Mother's Food Products. Inc., Newark 5, N. J. BARTON'S BEVERAGES GINGER ALE CLUB SODA TRU-FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange) #io.\#i


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jyo iu-c_ Page 6-C + Uni*t fhtridliari Friday. Marcb. C3. 1964 Candidates Running for Great Variety of Offices ... ._ -... rri/> t,> ihp nconlo ol I);i' RABBI AARON SOLOVEWNtK RABBI C. BIALIK STREIT'S HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER! MATZOS. MATZO MEAL CAKE MIXES • GEFILTi: FISH • CATSUP MACAROONS •COOKIES "A Cup of Wine for Elijah" Not far from where die picture below was taken, the prophet Elijah spoke to a great assemblage of people-over 19 centuries ago! The city was not there, only wooded slopes. (Haifa would not be settled for another 600 years!) Exhorting the people to end their worship of false gods, Elijah's victory was crucial in Jewish history-preserving the Faith and heritage that joins the ancient past with the present, in modern Israel and in homes throughout the world. Think of this as Elijahs cup is filled at your Seder this year-and a joyous Passover to alii A Sip of Yuban Coffee After the Seder, enjoy the deep, dark delicious flavor of Vuban-the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive Wend of green coffees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans-making every sip of Yuban a Simcha in itself I K0SHER-PARVE for PASSOVER Supervised and certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohn



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uge UJ^J Page 4-A +Jmlst> noridian Friday. March 20. 1364 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4005 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 ,.„„,,,„..„ ,v„v PrMay .Inc. 1M7I • JswWMloriaia. Bee 1-ClaM Portage Paldal Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian ha. **5SJffjf^Vaph"' FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent ~n,Jewish Floridian doe. no! nriW '^',';;" hnl,h of the men-handlHC advertised In Ita column* ." i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area .,- One Year $5 00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 12 Friday. March 20. 1964 7 Nisan 5724 Jabotinsky Finally To Come Home The decision to remove Jabotinsky's remains from Long Island and bring them to their final resting place is long overdue and welcome. This was the sum and substance of Jabotinsky's last will and testament: that he be brought to the State of Israel when once the State would be established. Israel has been in existence since 1948. This is 1964. To deny that Jabotinsky's political-military orienta* : on was radically different from the one espoused by the ultimate leaders of Israel reborn wouid be to fly in the face of fact and history. But it is egually untruthful, and even spiteful, to deny that Jabotinsky was part of the very founda'ionstone of the modern Jewish State. His contributions, perhaps less delicate or even less genteel than the drawingroom atmosphere of Zionist philosophy, was nevertheless just as necessary and significant to Israel's reemergence. Those who, all these years, were responsible for preventing Jabotinsky's reinterment in Israel, former Prime Minis'er Ben-Gurion among them, did so out of a sense of the kind of political maneuvering that could never, in the long run, be a credit to the new young republic. Levi Eshkol's decision to approve the move is to be heartily applauded. It sets into proper perspective the events leading up to the creation of the Middle East's most powerful and advanced nation today. of the holiday as it is imminently upon us suggests that Marietta Tree did not go out of bounds in her sharp attack. Memorial to Mr. Kennedy Mrs. John F. Kennedy's dignified reaction to the news that the Jewish National Fund and the Government of Israel have decided to memorialize her late martyred husband is in keeping with the guiet image of dignity she projec'ed during the days immediately following the President's assassination. The planting of trees is, of course, a splendid way to pay homage to the departed; for it suggests the continuing cycle of life on earth in the face of immediate and personal tragedy. The John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest in Israel will thus do more than memorialize a great American leader who fell in the line of his duty to the principles of freedom both countries esteem. The forest will also add impetus to the upbuilding of the Jewish State through the traditional JNF channels of land reclamation. The Greater Miami Section is a noteworthy contribution toward the achievement of that end. The Soviet Trick Marietta Tree's stand at the United Nations in behalf of the position of our nation is a welcome one indeed. It places squarely on the table for all to see just how the U.S. feels about rising instances of Soviet anti-Semitism. Whatever the Kremlin may say to the contrary, these instances seem to be increasing by leaps and bounds. The baking of matzoh for Passover was a case in point. At first it seemed that the Russians finally succumbed this year to the pressure from abroad and submitted to the prospect that Jews are entitled to celebrate one of their important religious holidays in proper fashion — that they should thus be permitted to bake matzoh. The news this week that the announcement was a clever ruse to reduce the pressure until it was too late to do anything about the needs the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN CJA Well on the Way Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal has reached the 5900,000 mark in short order. The difficult task of fulfilling the 1964 CJA goal now lies ahead. One thing seems certain: that this year's campaign is brighter, more intensive and more purposeful than others in the recent past. For whatever reason, the benefit can only accrue to the community at large in added services both at home and abroad. With the tide turning favorably, we call upon every resident in our community to join in pledging to CJA their funds and their efforts that the 1964 campaign will be a success in the name of meeting Jewish philanthropic needs wherever they may exist. That Miami's CJA agencies will be an immediate beneficiary should prove apparent to all who live here and partake of their essential services. |T TOOK the tr.-;gic ->ssassi' nation of President Keniliuwilfi hl U'H'L nedy for ,elcvision ,0 Wove UUIII'K IHv "VVB its value as a medium capable of raising journalism to the level of an art. Perhaps it was the spontaneity and utter despair >>f the moment thai joined 'heir individual re sources to achieve this end. Perhaps it was the event itself, so awesome and awful to the best purposes of history, if history does indeed possess in nt ol its own. that brought to television the kind of exquisite vitality u had never demonstrated before. Whatever the reasons, t al or even illusory, the achievement was there. Now comes Camera Three, which on Sunday once again suggested its supremacy in the area of human discovery. The program featured a discussion of The Deputy" between its author, Rolf Hochliuth. and Hannah Arendt. herself the center of a swirling norm of dissention over her last year's book, "Eichmann in Jerusalem." While Mr. Hochliuth was realistically introduced as a dramatr-' who has set the Jewish and Catholic worlds into a tizzy both here and abroad. Dr. Arendt received a more benign kind of treatment. Of her. the announcer commented that Dr. Arendt is a distinguished sociologist on the faculty of the University of Chicago, who. has written many important works in her field. The Eichmann volume, a casual climax to the list, presumably on the basis of chronology, launched the program into the bizarre nightmare from which it never emerged. I am still at a loss to determine who was interviewing whom, but this is only because the television medium magnified the chronic aberration of Dr. Arendt's major compulsion these days, thus shedding even more embarrassing light on her deteriorating personality than "Eichmann in Jerusalem" ever dared to show, and finally eclipsing the international and interdenominational conflii I Rolf Hochhuth himself. %  !• •*• •!• I UNDERfST/AI/inON Of NiTtER'S POVJIH W HAT CAMERA THREE prcsumabl) intended was a not J/CV i-h sociologist'!! examination of the author and his pi Camera Three, the setup seemi I even more intriguing bei Arei tin Nazi tyranny with which vli tn n deals so forccfullj in The Deputj Poor feQow, hi Ivul .i chance: and this was not because, as some might tiously, Dr \u i : is a woman and therefore necessarily It is because she w is i ent on justifying the very thi Deputj" attack i i ntly. In the firsl instance, Dr, Arendt wanted us all to kn the Vatican overestimated the power ol the Hitler'regime she did not make the observation from a professionally obji point of view. Neither did she as the uninitiated might have inticipated, take Pius XII to task for such cowardice. Her arrant nonsense went in the opposite direction: it suggested a profound sym pathy for the dilemma of the Church, which 'correctly" ch be silent rather than face a challenge the profundity of which could hardly be determined. In the second instance, she sympathetically examined %  de rivative Vatican dilemma: the effectiveness of its capacity | > enforce any anti-Nazi statement the Pope might make in behalf ol the Jews. What, for example, could be expected to happen to the prestige of the Church if it took a position forthrightly and later found itself standing entirely alone, with both Hitler and individual Catholics, themselves, going their merry way as before? Kupat Holim Project The annual Third Seder to be held by the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Histadrut will afford those who attend a splendid. opportunity to support the Kupat Holim project undertaken by our community in Beersheba. The project is a Medical Center to bear Miami's name in tribute to those who have recognized the urgent need for enlarging Israel's medical facilities in order to meet the increased health needs of the expanding population. Kupat Holim is Israel's principal organization in meeting these needs. Miami's pledge to hasten the completion of the center in Beersheba will receive further inspiration at the Third Seder on Mar. 29 at the Fontainebleau— an occasion for the remembrance when Israel was freed from bondage and returned home. To be honored at the function as "Woman of the Year" will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, whose name, personality and contributions are legion in the advancement of the general and Jewish communities here in South Florida. This is one more facet of the celebration that will make it a gala one indeed. <• •:• •:• CHOKE THAT WAS NO CHOICE |u|R. HOCHHUTH SUPPLIED for her peace of mind a huge num*** ber of examples of pressure brought to bear by individual bishops and cardinals scattered across the face of Europe who, in their small way. lessened the tide of gigantic Jewish slaughter on a variety of local levels. Mr. Hochhuth then went on to admit that Germany's minority Catholic population of some 35 to 40 percent might possibly have ignored a firm Vatican stand, both because the largest part of them had become politically devout Nazi, and because they feared for the safety of their families. But what, he asked Mrs. Arendt. about the overwhelmingly Roman Catholic population in Poland, where the number of cases of sheer betrayal of Jews by individual anti-Semitic Poles reached indecent and nauseating proportions? Is it inconceivable that a •Tonstatement by Pius XII would have altered for the better the tragic fate of the Jews there'.' Dr. Arendt stuck to her guns, agreeing in principle and disputing in fact. And. as her final summation, she declared: How could the Church be expected to barter 2.000 years of Christianity for such a lesser challenge? To Rolf Hochhuth, the answer was simple. Individual prelates had proven the point. Besides, the profounder questions of morality and ethical concepts were at stake This Is, alter all, with what "The Deputy" concerns itself: the choice that was no choice in the face of Cod. AN tXQUISITUY CRUEL ART "'" yHAT DR. ARENDT'S cleverly professional sociological witticisms u wf bcsidc ,he P int 's suggested by the dilemma in which Mr Hochhuth finds himself today. The power of the Church is beyond dispute, or it could not have aroused the passions of the world against an intellectual concept whose sole sin seems to be that it questions the Church's pristine purity. Why did not the Church feel itself similarly questioned when the Nazis ruled in their heyday when, in fact, it entered into a concordat with Hitler, the chief devil of them all? The issue in truth here is that neither the source nor the strength of the power has changed; it is only the purpose from which it was then" withheld and toward which it is now applied that has changed. Political expediency suggested silence before Hitler; it demands punishment for Rolf Hochhuth. And in the face of it all, Hannah Arendt, one-time Zionist leader, one-time Youth Aliyah official, sought to strip Mr. Hochhuth of nis rationale. What she only succeeded in doing was to lay even more bare the convolutions of her psyche—the bizarre mind that embraced with strange sympathy a Nazi murderer in "Eichmann in Jerusalem.' It took television to do these things, which were done superbly. Camera Three merely intended an interview of Rolf Hochhuth by Hannah Arendt. But, then, television last November merely intended a documentation of the daze following the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. In each case, something far different emerged. In this sense, at its best, television journalism is an exquisitely cruel art.



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Page 8-A •"Jewis/i fhrkfibr Friday, March 20, 1964 By: E DWARD COHEN His Project a Hit Everywhere but Miami be inserted a letter from abroad and instruction? on how to mail ft magazines. "You'll be cnbaik> ed on an adventure which will bo rcwardinu to both you and your country," P::.-sner assures. He's received 60.000 letters from Kerala. He was the first foreigner to be made an Honorary Fellow of the Academy of General Education in Manipal. In Mysore, his name is a household word. Only in Miami Beach, it seems, is Harry Pli.ssner just another unsuccessful candidate for the Council, or sponsor of an unpooular public accommodations ordinance. Last week, as we spoke with him in his apartment, Plissner was still trying to shake off the effects of another Miami failure. •The All-Florida section of the Miami News had an article about me which brought just 30 letters from Dade County. From Sarasota, Tampa, Jacksonville, Dayi Beach— where the local newspapers also carry the same magazine—there were several hundreds of letters lrom each of those cities, I just can't understand the people here.'' he said, in what the New Yorker magazine, which did a profile on him in 1961, has describe,I as a "low. hesitant voice." Successful Program The recent two-page article •.ione of many which have appeared in this country. India, Japan, Taiwan. Burma. Lebanon. Pakistan and Indonesia during the past eight years described Plissner's original and unique •-— vP .•I ... : %  %  ': ."• =£ •.::. %  :;• .. • %  %  • „ Delivery Guaranteed SAMPLES AT YOUR DISPOSAL Coniurl Us PAT TOURS Complete Travel Service Abroad • Domestic I34 SW let STRICT FR 4-1124 • *r*A*AA***A***sfA*vVVVVVV excellent volunteers to match up the letters. "I don't need—and 1 don't want—any local help,' Plissner made clear. "It 1 Dotner with my neighbors, I have to take time out for social contacts, and I don't want to make the time." His helpers, some of them large organizations, are scattered all over the country and to them each day he sends large packages of letters to process. In this way. he avoids "social contact." His attitude toward his neighbors, despite his some time political ambition, is reflected in his feeling that he is "not in tune v i'li the Jewish community here Some of this he attributes to a critical article he wrote on Israel in the Miami Herald in 1952—he has since changed his mind and is now enthusiastic with what he saw in Israel on his last visit there a few years ago, lie sees no need for any Jewish organization ties, but: "I assert my Jewisbness all over the world; no one has any illusion that Harry Plissner is anything but a Jew and that includes those in Lebanon who have inquired about me." Born into a "strict Orthodox family" on New York's lower East Side, he says that the extent of his Jewish participation is Yizkor on Yom Kippur when there is "always a pull." Despite his international outlook on the political scene MM his universalist position on religion, Plissner has a parochial curiosity concerning the lack of response from this heavily-Jewish area to a project which has met such wide and patriotic acclaim. Proof of Patriotism FOR PASSOVER Pelish-Plote-Repcir SilverwareJ % Brcm-Gclrf fc-tiques j • ACCURATE ELECTROPLATING CO. < I 757 NW 62 ST. Ph. 754-9241 < ** %  %  %  %  *•*•* %  %  *-www-,-~--,^-^„ MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE < % 1 104 Lincoln Kd. 9473 Hardina An. J % Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6171 j pier re i "I'm really hopeful that your article will make me change my feeling about the attitude of Unpeople here. This is one thing they cant give the excuse. 'I > CUSTOM TAILORING give up North." So the community here can once and lor all prove its patriotism in Plissner's eyes by writing to him, Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope into which will MIAMI F4EACH t > 1104 LINCOLN ROAD I SUR r SiDE > 9473 HARDING AVENUE J > HABERDASHERY > < 39fh Year on M'.emi Beach fc-~~ ***.*.*. ... 1 NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS **SML BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 TREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI m Millions come to play... a nd some to stay! £. 22 50oo v isi,orR to ,h ***• ht.te deode ,„ stay for RooH Whv? ^^ for the mme reason, tha, drew then, here a, tour,*,, in henrs pIace SuwhtW. Warm,.,, f sual Hvtag. Health. Surf. And m ore „„. "lone.i But economic factors are usually the most convincing argument for staving. New busmen .roppj,,,, „„_,„,, ; •ver you look. Excellent !" W por,.,i„ n f eil FLORIDA P0W E R LIGH1 **• KJILB PlO*,OA itie*. Industry relocating i„ Florida. A favor"Me tax structure for bueUMM and the IndividUSJ. Skilled manpower -a,„| plenty of modern electric power, thrayi expanding to meet Florida', lway,.growi„g needs! Plenty „r retmrm Think ah.,,,. It, Mr allH M|R visi(or f irir 6n reeideoot mean, a UftHilM vacationand more. And what', more, we'd / Me to have you! COMPANY Ml'I* •(



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Page 14-C Jet%isti ffcrtdNbw Friday. March 20. 1964 War on Discrimination in Fraternities "However," concludes the AD'.i By JESSIE HALPERN WASHINGTON i.HA) of in 1>st nt 0 it is ac tually condon the "wars going on in the .„,, discrimination when it does ns capital in recent weeks. no specifically take actlon agains) perhaps none has received so lit.. tic nationwide attention nor had „„ such chain reaction potential as ""' -^ areni rtudent-alumni that on discrimination in college fraternities and sororities. the University's apparently weak graduate and the educator in the stand here bj wondering whether IHGO'S, who are aware of changing iu social values in the United States. -However. concludes me AI>'.|> and the old guard conservative of report of 19<;:s. 'strong winds o •old grads' ho control prospecchange are blowing in all area, me employment of graduating ol American hie Thej ma> ,.. md substantial benefaction lime reach—and purge fraterntollejjl -ities conflict raises other questions— more in a psychological realm. Does it not seem rather out of pa 1 context that alumni after ten. 20 v eek was neither new nor novel-. Washington's story this or 30 vears are still obsessed with Five top ranking oflicers of Chi adh( rence by old college-days oromega Sorority at George WashgantarttoD9 1() -national policy?" mgton University resigned their what ironv here when one com po>ts in protest over their sorors this tvpe of a d 0 lcscent im ny'.national policy of d.scr.mimaturitv no { t d in the 0 | a grat | s fiat.on against Jews. But the re „, he ra he ,. enlightened maturaction of these officers went he, |v of presenl the Anti-Defamation League, writing on "The Decline oi Fraternity Bias," noted ". the end ol discriminatory fraternities ia long way from sight. A successful solution oi the problem also in the nations Capital wi „ ,,„„„, about ,„ (|ua| gt I he student Senate received a reB|1 t|u momentum ()l h ls port alleging racial and religious stron g •• discrimination on the part of some ,,. ,' ,_. of their Greek letter groups. Del• • Vl ; "' > l; el ,he ADL la Gamma and Kappa Delta Sor' orities. as well as Alpha Tau nmega fraternity were named. Unfortunately, the implications "Me" !" A sharp and bitter tUf in both situations-particularly in wi "-Jes on between the under1963—are too far reaching to be given only passing notice. Ol particular interest is that with all the efforts made in the past three years by college groups on behalf of civil rights, somehow the concept of "social justice" has been fought with limited perception However, what must be pointed out is that in the attempts to deal with Greek Letter discrimination in colleges across the country, the student members have been fighting long and hard to eliminate biases. The real culprits in nearly all cases have been i lie rigid protectors of so-called national policy and the alumni ol generation or two past who insist upon clinging to archaic and immoral customs in a world of changing values. Since the end of World War II, especially with the influx of reasonably sophisticated veterans into the nation's academic world, racial and religious discrimination in sororities and %  fraternities has become increasingly unfashionable. Each year finds another dozen or so groups removing discriminatory clauses from constitutions; and even more dramatic are the cases of local groups severing relationships with strong-willed national organizations. While college administrations have played important roles in the gradual elimination of discrimina lory practices on campuses, there istill an attitude prevalent among many officials who feel they cannot set policies for social organizations. A case in point involves a recent discussion with Provost Os-! Wald Colglouch of George Wash1 ington University. The Provost explained that University policy prohibits discrimination in student honorary and professional societies, but leaves sororities' and fraternities free to select their own members. When questioned further, he said, "we all agree in principle (on opposition to discrimination) ." 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wdr March 20. 1964 -Jrwldh Meridian Paqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICE i i lAl. :.M". %  Id I.VI NOTXE UNDER TITIOUS NAME LAW It. HEREBY QIVKN that ,i, Hiring tc. engage i" the flctltlouii names KM. CARPETING: CENI covwivrt: % %  ">• tRPET SERVICE; CBN,!,,,. I Cl. >.... I... nl ..... Lincoln Road Mall, Miami ml. mlto regisli i I Hi. Flor. lib ill. I'II-I i. .. %  t-1 ..r Dail.County, M.I'll TAIJARICO Sole lilMII'l n:i.\. KWI IM:V HISS I,.I .,..lii:int K I llond, Miami ltea< h 1 -lS-3-St I Dmno BY HENRY LEONARD T-r COUNTY JUDGES COURT| N L'.O FOR DADE COUNTY, | r -RIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62407-A ;*tale ..i K DH'KLER PETTKR •>: -ICE TO CREDITORS mis .mil all t'erwma rtiii iiln I "emends Against .1 %  herebj notified ami reI pi.. nl %  ?• •• claims and di ;. h \ in maj :i t\. i ,i insi -..i IIHSSIK IMt'KLER rTil'i • %  sed late of l Hide < 'nun* i-" .i, tci ih.County Judges HI l, inty, :tn> 1 file Homine in jli | .in.) .iiM-ortded In s-..ii. %  • %  It, irlda Statutes, In their of•li.. County Courthouse In l,. i my. Fiorina, within si* rai,,i inthti ( mil Hit time of Ihe i i ii nl Ion hereof, or the same i ..II. .I. i. it Miami, Florida, this 2ml larch, A l> 1964. I>NKV .1. I>I' KI.I:I: \Executor IIiltlif iiii.n i.f this not i U of March, l!"'. I \ KINK & F'l IRMAN ,11 for Fixe, nun — Bldg. :: i,-: Tt-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N -'D FOR DADE COUNTY, f.ORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62310-B :-l:ilof IRK S. F'RIKDWAI.D. ised. •• :TICE TO CREDITORS \ %  redltoi anil all l '• rsons in'lalnis HI I %  .niiii.ilAgainst %  l lei %  hereby notified nn I rein .-int .my claims ;i n i lienlch ^, .ii ma) have nmtlnst ..i LENORE s. i'i;ii:n%  •ceased late of Dade Colin,i. to ihf County Judge* ,.i inty, and file the name In and II* provided in Section • "l Ida Statutes, In lli.-ir ofthe Counts Courthotmi C ntj Il"i nl.i. itliin -i v i ili mths ti tin -tintime il the lint Inn Ii. v..I, i.i ii„. : nrred I Miami, Florida, th itch, A.I'. !'•' >RGI: i itii:i>\\ VI.I." \s Executor ihllcai i..n .t tinnotl n I uf March, l64 il. ritAlltUi ... 'Nl.il.tlul'onl Building, I'l.-i i i r-£ COUNTY JUDGES COURT D FOR DADE COUNTY. -.;RIDA IN PROBATE No. 61963-C • i.f 'i i. Mini:.-'. "vCTICE TO CREDITORS "tflili., > .illtl nil I I -•: tInim. or Demands Altai %  I • : % %  : • %  lr *. li\ ni'i!fled ii'i' 1 rtesent ,in\ claims, and ilt hlch > nn tii;i> have .— .in i ..i SARAH I.AI'll >l-:s. ii % %  : 11 ide Count]. Florid t, nil) .In.In,.nf Dade Counlle the name in duplicate %  •\ Ided in s.-.-ti..n 733.16, -i.itntt--. In their otfievs m •ii v Courthouse In Hade 'lorliln, irithln six caleiulai •n. the time t.r the fli>l i hereof, or the name ^ "I Just don'f understand it, Doctor. Somehow I feel lots better when I'm a little bit miserable." Ceor. 19*4, Doycng frojml' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'ollii: IS HEREBY (ilVKN that the undeaiitnud, dealring to enirace I in l.iiKhi.--.11 ml. i the ii.iiii.Hin-ime nf YAlM .v ASSOCIATES nl 39 N.W. ".•;tli Street, Miami, intend to i.-it.r -:ii.l mime "i.li the Clerk "f the Circuit Court "i i'miiCounty, i-'i'.t • Ida. KMH.E YAM ii:i:i> II. WII.I.IAMS RICHARD IIRK'KMAN | MYKltS, HEIMAN .s, KAI'LAN Ai torne> H for Applicant ll.'.n H.W, IKI MIIH i 28, 3 8-13-20 | LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 60854 In RE: KVtnle ol ATTH.lt • OKMAR i' • MAS-MI. I leceaned. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All IVI'IMHI* Having I'lninior LHmande Axainal Said bjeluti Yon tire hereb} notlfleil and required t" I'f-.-i-iit an> clulnm and demand* which >ou mu.i have aitalnat the f-tntf of ATTIIJO DEMAK COMAsi'lll. deceaaeil late o( l>nde County, Florida, t" tiCountj Judges of limitCounty, and iii duplicate nn 733.16, iii.ri.i.i Matutee, In their otflcee In Ihe Countj Courthouse In Dude i' ity, Klnrlda. within -i\ calendar mil11..m the time ol the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. Dated ni Miniii. Florida, tins *th day "i March, A.l. IMM. SANKOlll' S. KAl'XCK Ae Executor l-'ii-t public it ion of iliinol Ii • on the (tit .lux ..i March. I4. I\l\ii:. H.NK .v rXjiUMA.N Attorney for Kxi cutor I:,IIJ i'..iiL;i-t .— llldg., Miami, lln. ;; ii-13-30-27 in. in 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2378 KLT.A RODIliliCKZ UARCIA, Plaintiff, LIIS A. OARCIA, Defendalit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: l.l'IS A. UARCIA i %  nil,13, No. J Parcela '*. Mansana Ti Rpto, i: ihla Comerclul QuanabaouR, Habana Cuba YOC ARE HEREBY SoTH'IEU ha* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. iN CHANCERY, No. 64C 2068 JOSKI'HINK KI.L.AIH), Plaintiff, VH. DICSMONI > EI.T..VRD, I '.I. ml.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND OR ANNULMENT i' i I'.sini.ml Bllard o Sol man Kllard 4 in .' t >lil i Irchard Montreal, Canada You, I'KSMnN'i" i:i.l. \l:i .ii. here-by i %  11 I i .. I thnt n Dill of Complaint I for IMvorce and/or Annulment ha* 1 been filt-il agalnal you, and you are I r..iuii.,i to eerve a copy of your An-1 .-iv.-1 or Pleading to the Bill of Com-i AI.KX \\i II:K. One Lincoln Road ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *"Jet%isti Fkridliiari •ollcitg your legal notictM. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE i :-provided In Bectlon thai n Comphtint for Dlvon IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59615-C IN RE: Kutnte i I JL'I.IA K. Ill I '1 |i., ,.,-., I l n filed agalnet you and you m. I:A YMi i.\ !:I:LISLI:. required to nerve a copy of your Answer "ii the Plaintiffs Attorney, ROYAL F'LAUtl JONAb', 120 7i.-t Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 33141, ami file the i rlginal Answer in the Office of the Clerk of ttuCircuit Court mi or before the 6th day of April, IM4. ii you full t.. do .-... the allegatlonii "l >.ii*\ ,,' iii i r "••,„,, plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. SOI. W' p f D y """'" %  •> lhal BiU of Com. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nl lm i"r Divorce has i "J ..II ,.,• before the lath day of March.' agalnH you, and >oui are raqulred H.64. If you fall ludgmen -' "• %  "'• %  • •',, ; "'"' .. v '" %  ".'"'.' V "u by default will be taken against yon %  V|,i he '•'," "' "'""v ,"r, ,^ v Miami, Florida anil rlli Ihe original Answer or Pleading In ihe office of Ihe i "lei k "f the Clrcnll %  • %  DoNK AND ORDERED at Miami, • he-fore the 27th day of March, IM4. Florida, thin 24th du> ol Februury, If you full to do ao. Judgment bj m v l, ,„;, fault ill intakftt nunlnsl sou t n E. II". I.KATHERMAX. Clerk. I" 1 '•• l i 1 demanded In the Bill of Circuit Court, Dude County, l-'loridii .''''.',", '"''•, „ ,, ,„..,!, || v | SNKKI'KN This notice shall lie published nni e iioi, .'u-'i-lii'li leach week %  four consecutlvi wet-l in THE JKWIS'H II.' 'I'.ll'l.'N. IM>NE AND miDKRED til Minnii, • % %  •s •; .;-ri-"ii I '' %  %  •• i''n tin. 2.1th duj of F*ebruar>, 2.1 A. D. 1964. NOTICE TO DEFEND K. I'• I.EATTIKRMAN. H-'k, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Circuit Court, Dade Coent> lda ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF faoal) Bv: Mat %  >e Mortol'd FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE l.i. itv Pb-i k COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. MII.TOX A. FRIEDMAN eW No. 64C 2161 | nil Alnsley BulluinK • lomplaiut. This notice ahall be published once each week for tout consecutive weeka in THE .ll-:\\ISll F'l.ORIDAN, SOL ALEXANDER uti.i m> for Plaintiff Minnii 32, Florida .'. tti.rnt \ for Tin in: Iff rjOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD:CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 2294 Plaintiff, \ >. ANGELINA BELISLE, I lefendant. Vul ANUET.INA BELISLE, 138 SAYLES STREET, WuOXBOCKET, I ciH'l'i: ISLAND, are notified to file I your Answer to ilii* Complaint ft.i Divorce iiii the Court's Clerk, and mall ti copy t" plaintiff's attorneys, CtlltlSTIK AND LEVKNSTKl.X, lilil Coral Way. Miami I".. Florida, on or I innnnnvnTUVRVH before the 3lal da) of March. I!'64, J I-A8 OORDtN KTE\ KN else the Complain) will !> %  taken .i.-.'i UJ %  %  %  ,-..,if..v..,l l.v ,,, I'. 1,-n.l.i i PAT.':.'. February 26. 1961. N TICE OF SUIT .: .: I.KATHl-.a.oA.N, L' %  i 'Ircuil i '"it't. I Mili '.I'.im v. Ili i.i.i i-,il. II K. M LYMAN I leput) iei k 2 28, 3 6-13-20 .:-':-.' %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOP ">OE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2671 THE VVILLIA MSBCRHH SAVINGS HANK, Plaintiff, \.-. NOTICE Uf n-.lENT.ON TO M A ^EI u |,|;|. : y \KIRK PA TRICK, APPLICAT.O-J FOR DISTRIBUTION l'lninlill, AND FINAL DISCHARGE : VB NOTICE iherebj %  ^ • lhal I KA\'ID P. KIRKPATRICK. havi im i Final Kt-i'i'tt nmI Petition Deletidant. t,.i Distribution and Final Dlscnurge SUIT FOR DIVORCE i Executor l Hiestate "i JCL1A T \ \i|. I--. KIRKl'ATRICK i:. Rl'DD, deceased: and that on the Hilda, Illinois l:tth duj "t April, 11'64, ill apply to y,,,, i. a vi,i I. Kirkpatrlck, are the lion nable founty Judges of hereb} notlfleil thai u Bill of ComI hi ile I'oiint}, F'lorldu, for approval "i plulnl for Dlvoive htm been filed said Final Report and for dlstribuUKa | n „| NOTICE BY PUBLII" AT">M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCFRY, No. 64C 21*2 \l VROARET K VAI.ISK \. Plaintiff, \ s. riE. iR. IF: VAI.I -KA. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE lion and final discharge u Bxecutor %  i in. -,-iv > ti, nml you are required TO: tlEORQE VA1.1SKA py of your Anawer or %  n I". Pereaaenyl stati Ml .mi, i'l"i Ida, this i l.il%. AD. l'.M.I. M:I: LA FIDES \s Administrator Ion i.i iliiin. i >i of March, l64. KSSKN for .lilinini-i nl"i %  I Hl.iii L'ltl Ivi'fdent. This 6th daj of March, IH4. DANIEL A. Rl'DD, ExcOUtol bj Itei in...i i i---. Atiorm > IIICUMAN T ISIS p.i i I'.I.S IM; I'..ml lnl.lt -. Fla :: I :-L'II-:'T._4J1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. iN CHANCERY No 64C 2456 IN THE MAT t Kl! "i THE \ i II i.ril IN "I' tn. above-named | )>ieadiuu i" the Bill of Complaint on \ \ Th i.NKTTK I 'AVI \ initi"! hilil .,, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION III NOTICE UNDER "ITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY U1VK.N lhal .-ii..i. ilesirlng in cllgagi nn. I. (he ti. tltlous n.init Ii CHRIS IIM. I A\ IS Rouie No. 1 I ln\ isbio, tieoi Vof, CHRISTINE DAMS, are I hei'eb} notllii J that H Petition for (i .l;> .,,.. 7 V ,,.,|.I„.II lias been iii"l In ilabove ij I,-,I r t nml you are required tc in, i in i iginal .III>V\. r i I., show cause wh> %  should grunted III the ofllce ,„ the 'It rk ..t tin above styled < ourt. the l'lninlill'.attorney, AINSI.I-:I-: It. FVnlie. Suite 20X-2W :'::i"i B.W. :i".i'.ii Tlth Street, Apartment 601 .lark-mi Height*, New Yofk Ymi IIEORIlE VAI.ISK A Marianne %  Stevena. hii> Ifi 617 l.nk.Shore Rouleiard RiH-hester, New York V..n are herebj notified lhal ibove caplloned action has been iii-n!-.u.-.| agi'lnsi yuu In Ihe t'ircult Court of the Eleventh Judicial i 'Ircuil ol i i.. i n in and for Dade Countj foreclose -i mortgage upon tin follow ;,, j ,i, rlbi 'I n -il propert) : L'.t v. Block WKSTHAVEN 111:'i:I ITS. nccordlni t" Ihe lint thereof, in led In Plat Bonk SO ul Page ::i of Ihe Public R Iol I lade Count} Florida, together with lit.i Water Until. Venetian Blinds Cone. Garbage Bin w Cans; am Cone. Clothes Poh .You are required I" file J'our nn-.-!• in plaintiff's complaint with tim Clerk of the nforeaald Court, "" seive n cop} thereof uiaui plaintiffs hereattorne} MAIITIN" I-MNI:. nth Flooi Unde Federal Building, Miami III > 1-. A.M i ilil tr.iii'.i t ni .,ii..,iii, r % %  -•• %  • --. --,.-., .,. Florida, nn*h da) of February, | relM demi c.l In Urn BUI ol ComA D IM4. I-: i: LEATHERMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit I'i'iiii Seal) plaint. I This nnth Uy; I, s UePIETRO I. iinv Clerk AINSLBE R. FERDIE Suite 202-264 2315 s.w I.e.leune Road 1.1,-t-tinnI Coral Gables, Florida 33134 i.i petition iit-jiilN 3 6-13-20-2 .nni copn ih. ri i i the attorney foi |Vi I'AM.KI '' SMI I II. i'i:i '.'i:i;iii:s nl MI Llnu n NU Xi>rili River Drive, Miami, Miami Beach, Fla., intend sloriila, on ." beiure Ihe Hlh da} of f* wild name with ihe clerk j April, r.'64 nil .nn i uf Dade %  "otinI loiuiE MILLER and ;l v MILLER, his wife 1 1 'ndivlded ."." i ., V.N Kri:i..\\i,i--.i: and % %  KrRl.AjJDER, hiwife %  Undivided :'.".' i IRENE I.ERKKR 1 l'ii'li\ i.i. il ]:,'; i IIKIMAN .i. KAI'LAN' ." i"i Vpplicanta %  i si .. • :: 6-13-20-21 ,, T N T! CE UNDER ^TITIOUS NAME LAW IS HERI-niY GIVEN that SIK ri, .i. desiring i" eng.ige Ii tinfictitious name [' %  i' FF:AL WINDOW < %  S W :.H, ri In the "' i Florida, intend! to mime with Clerk 1 ourt of Dade CounFlorida, tins 26th %  '"briiuri ... i I II l\,'KTTI VN ,v HOLTZMAN .;, 6-13-20-27 I ili. i. ino kl.own uildreas of VFJLI-'M: JORDAN, Ihe nutural rather, ,,n.i nit. .mi-, ill seiin n. tm whi re.,...I V1.LENE JtUtDAN la unknown. ,, IllRFIIN FAIL NOT, "I Ih. I'ln' requested by the Petit era, shall be B 'DATF:D il":"h da) "I Mnivh. 1*64. i: B. LKATHERMAX. Clerk ,n me iii'iiu i 'nn I ,.,nli B} : C. P. CUl'Li-ANI' ii.-,uii> Ciera a I3-2Q-2*. : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTIl lIS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deelrlng t" engage m buaiiu -"... r in. in uii'.us name oj \ ,\ .' SALES AGF.NO at .nil Southwest Eighth Street, Miami, Florida mi. nde ..n i"i iniU' ,,,, i %  „., i in,Ciixuil Louil "i Dade i 'uUllt) ii' BEAI IV AND ItARIIER %  LIES, IN'' Attorneys -.1, \, n.. i HIED -•• F.IL, l--'i4n; I .ii In R".ul iiu i"-i'Miami '....-.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62049-B In l!L': Kslnle ol AL'Ul'STA I.I I'.ASi'l, Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors and all Peraons Having Claims or Demands Agalusl Said Kstnti •: You re hereby notified and required In present uny claime and demands Hiin-h you may have uunlnst the %  state uf AfOt'STA LI LA.-.'l ,i, 'eased UHP ol Dade County, Florida, t" the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and .iprovided In Section 7".; i*. ii,.mi i Statutes, In their offices In Hi, <'..nnt> Courthouse in Bade Counlv, Flotilla, within six calendar nn pii I .. | %  ;. %  _•,,.._ %  ; i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS shall hr published nn. • NAME LAW h week fir four consecutive weeks NOTCE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat %  in THE JEWISH F'l.ORIDIAN the undersigned, desiring to engagi I) DONF: AND ORDERED al Miami, business under the fictitious name ol Florida Uiis 25th daj >'f February, l TRC-HT cnri'i-:i: ut nmn N.W. '7tii \ n I'.'.-.I I Avenue, Miami, F'lorldu Intends to i: i: I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, [register said n %  • wl Ii the Clerk nl Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida I the Circuit Court of Dude County, (seal) It) : K. M. LYMAN Florida. Deput) Clerk JA8AN RADDING i :..iiim.'iii. I'.ti.lsieln .v Pncsier i Sole Owner :'i"l West Flngler Street \l [ami, I lo. '-ii Attorneys for Plaintiff IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, 2 2S, 3 B-1S-20 FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 62269-C Clark IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I IN l:K: Estate of FLORIDA IN PROBATE LollSL PERKINS, No. 61958 A Deceased IN RE Estate of NOTICE TO CREDITORS ISADORE SPIEGEL To All Creditors and Vll Persons Hav> Deceased, inn Claims or Demands Aaanit buid NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate: To All Creditors and All Persons Hnvjou are hereby notified and re,„., cininm .. Demands AgnlBsl Bald QOlred i" present an} cbilmi and m J.-^J.,,, iiinniilil.-ii you mil) nave against You ore herebv notified and raqulr>"' eatate "f Lolls I-: PERKINS d. ed to present an) claims and demands ceasetl late "t Dade County, Florida, which you nmv h:iv.against the esto the Count) Judges ol I hide Count). late of ISADORE SPIEGEL decensed.and file the same In duplicate and as late ut Dade County, Florida, t.. the provided In Section i33.ltt, Florida County Judges of Dade County, and Stntutes, In their offices in the Counrile t iffMmin duplicate and ns pro') Courthouse In Dade County, i vlded i Section 733.16, Florida StatIda, withir\x calendar months from the lit"'' of the first I utes, In their offices in Ihe County' the time of the rirst publication herebllcatinn hereof, or the s.. will | >urthous. in Dade County, Florida, >'< %  _• %  > the same will be l.-rrei i.. barred. I'.(..I nl**ilintili. Florida, tins :'illi daj ul rVbruary, A.U l64 |.i.|"S I.I I'.ASI I \vdmlnlstrator First publlcatl >n of this notice • n tin6th da) "i Man h, l64. S| | i:\IN. G MAN .v HOLTZMAN 11, -. Ivan S Holtaman Attorni for Ad nlnlsiralot 11\,.1.1 I'.ulMing 12, F'lorld.1 within si, calendar months (rom the Dated .it Miami, Florida, iliis :i-t time • %  the first publication hereof, or da) "i FVbruary, V.D. last, the same ili be harriil, ) BESSIE 1'KRKINS Dated at Minnii. Florida, this 25th' MARVIN PERKINS da] ..I February, A.D. 11*64. i BARXETT ROBINRON, JR LILLIAN SP1FX1EL As Executors As Aiiminlstnitri.N l'ii-t publication m tii 1 notice on l-'iist publication of this notice on Ihe 28th day '•: February, 19(4, Ih. 2Sth of February, IBfl i HARRIS'* ROBINSON ROBER1 I' TRAI'RIti Attorneys for Co-executors VdmlnWtratrix 12th F' i Daili %  •>• r..i i.i.ig. la Ah.nm Miami. Florida 13131 28, a, 0-13-20 ; 28, ,:. 6-lJ-Ji) \



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F Fifdtnf. March 20, 1964 +JmUt) FkrMlan Page 9-B Epsilon, and University of Miami Circle. Her husband is alno a graduate of the University of Miami, and belongs to Tau Fpsilon Phi Fraternity and Architectural and Civil' Engineering Club. He is co-author ot the book. "Lite on Other Worlds." The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferdie, 929 Ma r Elegant Function* 'Complete Catering Facilities lor that Special I Party served in superb fashion setting that will reflect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDING" BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tata or a gala celebration with 3.S0O CIMII*. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN (DEAUVILLE B'--_ JO-OrilNG. Eitcut.v* Food Director PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON TMB OCEAN AT Tlh STREET. MIAMI BEACH •-E BISCAYNE TERRACE 149 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI • FLORIDA UNDER NIW MANAGEMfNT The Newest Downtown Hotel on Biscayne Boluevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Strictly Kosher Facilities Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. 'item • RECEPTIONS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUE1S WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festivities at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated STARLIGHT BALLROOM Parties Up to 300 Free Parking Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared — Fine Wines ir CATERING AT YOUR HOME FR 9-3792 CALL SHIRLEY, Catering Manager The Specialty ef the Seville i.n PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS e LUNCH tONb e KtA.tr uwna e MEETINGS to accommodate10 or I,own 10 NFWLY Ot'fORATEO BANO.ULI RuOMS KOSHER ._ CATERINU AVAILABLE I'tease CMII ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 Seville AT 2910 STREtT MIAMI BEACH laga. Ainslcc R. Ferdie served as his best man. Richard Skor and William Skor ushered. Following a honeymoon to Los Angeles, the newlyweds will live at 3407 Vcnona Ave., NW. Huntsville. Ala., where the bridegroom is a civil engineer with Chrysler Co., working with NASA. MRS. JOSE CIELAK Miss Weinstein Now Mrs. Cielak In B'klyn. Rites Mexico City will be the future i home of the former Ruth Wein'. stein and Jose Cielak, who were I united in a noon wedding on Sunday, Mar. 1. Rabbi Harry Halpcrn officiated at the nuptials held in i the East Midwood Jewish Center, Brooklyn, where a reception followed. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Weinstein, 7720 Byron Ave.. the bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High, and received a BA degree from Brandeis University and an MA degree from Columbia University. For the wedding, she chose an ivory peau de soie sheath with modified empire waist. It featured ;i skirt embroidered with alencon lace and see:l pearls and a chapel train. She carried an arrangement of stcphenotis and orchids. Linda Marks was the bride's only attendant. Fannie Cielak was flower girl, and Andres Cielak served as ring bearer. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cie lak. Mexico City, the bridegroom's ushers included his three broth! ers, Fausto Cielak, Moises Cielak and Salomon Cielak, Sheldon GaI sior, Stephen Cohen and Joel Car men. Best man was Enrique Nerikaskas. A Certified Public Accountant, the bridegroom is a graduate of butituto Technologico de Monterrey. Newlyweds honeymooned on a Caribbean cruise. Temple Judea Passover Model Set for Sunday i Over 220 Temple Judea Reli I gious School pupils will attend a i Model Seder on Sunday. 10 a.m.. in the Temple's Recreation Hall. conducted by Rabbi Mordccai Podet and Cantor Gordon Rich ards. Students will participate in porj lions of the service. 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TFriday, March 20, 1964 *Jcwisf IHhrSdictn Page 9-A' llkranian 'Explains' Nazi Caricature in Red Book Continued from Page 1-A sion, were anti-Semitic. Referring to one of the caricatures, which shows a hook-nosed Jew licking a swastika decorated boot, he said that this picture "refers to Dr. Kastner, who was a Quisling." He also asserted that "we all nad our Quislings; there were Ukrainian Quislings and Jewish Quislings. This shows a Jewish Quisling." He ignored the other anti-Semitic caricatures and also did not comment on the fact that Dr. Kastner is nowhere mentioned in the pamphlet. Felix Ermacora of Austria then denounced the pamphlet as something which he said reminded hi in "of the Nazi occupation of Austria." Louis Ignacio-Pinto of Dahomey who. as rapporteur, is one of the commission's principal officers, denounced the pamphlet and all Soviet anti-Semitism as "inadmissable." Fernando Y'olio Jiinincz of Costa Rico called the commission's attention to the fact that there were pogroms in the Ukraine prior to the Nazi era. OLD FINGERS CAN LEARN NEW TRICKS THESE ARE THE OLD FINGERS of a man who is learning a new trick-ro live again! He is learning to help himself again, to work again, and so-to live again. Once his fingers could make music on a violin. They could hold a child's trusting hand. But they forgot these skills in the days they' clawed the fences of a Nazi prison camp. Now—years later-the fingers finally are leaving the prison and so is the man. All this is thanks to a remarkable organization, Malben-a beneficiary of VIA. Malben is the healing arm of the Joint Distribution Committee in Israel. It cares for 51,000 aged and handicapped immigrantspeople Israel admitted gladly—despite the burden they posed. When Israel was born her people pledged never to close the immigration gates. Malben helps make good the pledge with care for social cases. For example: Malben aids 26,000 aged to live normal lives-in their own flats and jobs. Help in this wonderful work. Give generously to the regular United Jewish Appeal. Give again to UJA's Special Fund. Today. IN 1964. UJ MUSI BIVE LIFESHVIIG AID 10 751.00* IN ISRAEL-Help immigrants — new and old. Give newcomers initial aid and housing. Absorb immigrants of previous years including: • Aged and handicapped immigrants yearning for renewed usefulness. • Young people in need of training. • Immigtant farm settlers struggling lor economic freedom. • Unskilled newcomers in development town*. IN EUROPE, OTHER lANDS-Suttain those in need. Help with food, shelter, medical care, training. Aniti those who can emigrate to free lands. IN USA-Aid and resettle newcomers arriving here. Save More Lives...Build More Lives United Jewish Appeal $60,000,000 Reflular Campaign and $36,000,000 Spec... Fund WHIIMTIM tawmc • w w —— mmm • mm m mm Help Immigrants — new and old! Help Families — young and old! thru COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL. 1317 Biscayne Boulevard Miami 32, Florida FR 3-0411 Dr. Irving Lehrman, Chairman '• Mat • win ftm trrm w • m NOV. *• • fln



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7 age 10-B >Jewisti ftcridfiaun Friday, March 20. 19S4 ROSE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Looking back over the memories of a lifetime. Rose Weiss had a tear and smile in her voice as she recalled the sa.ua that easily would make a best seller. Her father was a musician in the Russian army. He was sent with his trombone and his family to a small town in Poland, where Rose was born. Escaping from the yoke of a cruel Czar, the father fled to America, sonding for his family as soon as possible Rose as five when she arrive;! on the East Side of New York. Eager to learn to read and write. Rose enjoyed every minute of her schooling, which also was too brief, ending at the tilth grade. She was thirteen when she went to work, her first job being a record clerk in a brush factory, paying the magnificent sum ot two dollars a week. She remembers the long walk to work in the cold and the heat, the hours trom seven to seven, and thanks God fervently that the children of today have ii so much easier. Always anxious lo learn. Rose went to night school. She made a VOW that when -he married and had children, they would have the tinest education possible. Well she did. Her daughter. Malvcna, Mrs. Seymour Liehman. now living in Mexico, is one ol the leading educators in the South. Then there are Dr. Eugene Weiss and Milton Weiss, an outstanding attorney, who bus just been named president ol Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Asso nation. Ail three are married, and there are tour grandchildren, the sum total of Rose's existence. In 1909, Rose met the manager of the shop where .-he was doing designing—leremiah Weiss. They were marnc.l and lived in Brooklyn where their three children were born Thinking that Florida would cure her asthma, the Weissemoved to Miami in 1920, making them one of the pioneer families here. It was a thrill to hear about the adventures in the community upon which Rose embarked. She sold donuts for the Salvation Army, helped organize the Central Beach PTA, started the children's Halloween parties in Flamingo Park that are still held today, helped to gel playgrounds, was chairman of the Red Cross, made her house an emergency milk station during the hurricane of 192G, raised money lor other town disasters. Sinwas 'it' —the Miami Beach welfare worker. During the w^r -he sold over live million dollars worth of bondShe has been active in the Home for the Aged and the Hebrew Academy, and still goes to Miami Beach Council meetings. She draws and paints and sew-. Just having made 18 petit point pillows tor her family and Iriends. When we look at the trees on Meridian Ave.. and on the causeway, when we see the Hag in City Hall that you made with your own hands, all remember with love and pride Roses's understanding heart. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dada County Over 25 Yean 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 HOLLAND HONEY CAKE MS BELiCiOVS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! AT YOUR HEALTH FOOD STORt, MARKET OR WALGREEN'S ARDMORE STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Specializing in natural color studio ana" home portraiture • PARTIES • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS Complete staff at your beck and call Phone JE 1-3415 738 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Since 1940 Gish a Chaykin Will Live in New York Barbara A. Chaykin became the bride Of Alan 1{ (iish in a double ring ceremony at the Twin Cantors, Brooklyn, on Saturday. Mar. II. For her wedding, the bride chose i gown of satcle-peau with alenon lace, featuring a back drape with sat-de-peau roses, and long >oint (in-hand sleeves. The short illusion veil fell from a double crown of pearls, and she carried vhite orchids on a Bible. Mai run of honor was Mrs. Lorraine Ka-se and Sondy Chaykin. • he bride's sister, served as maid if honor. Ilene Richter. Phyllis and Jlaire Callin and Beverly Kerish vere attendants The bridegroom's brother. Ronild dish, served as his best man. ind Stewart Winner, Lenny Ha)er. Artie Levy. Alan Wagshul, Norman and Michael Seider. iish. %  red. A graduate of Miami Senior High and Dade County Dental Assistant Clinic, the bride is the laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Chaykin, 1300 SW 87th Ct. Her husband is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Morris Gish. and grandJon of Mrs. Sarah Seider. all ot lego Park. N. Y. a graduate of San Juan. Virgin Islands Samuel .1. Tilden High and the maica. the newlyweds wi University of Miami, he has just. New York. Double Ring Rites For Copenhagen* Mr. and Mrs. R. Edward Wood. 700 San Ksteban Ave., announce the marriage of their daughter. Mancy Ruth, to Eric Richard Copenhagen, ol Coral Gables, The double ring ceremony was performed by Rabbi Mordecai Podet. of Temple Judea, at the home ol the bride's parents on Saturday evening. Mar. 7. Attending the couple were Betty sue Wood, the bride's sister, ana Alan Schemel, best man. Presently attending CharronWilliams Commercial College in Miami. newhwed Mrs. Copenhagen graduated from Coral Gables Senior High and attended the University of Florida. The bridegroom is a graduate of Miami Senior High and after receiving a degree from the Univei sity of Miami in June, will attend dental school. Couple is now living at 5909 Red Rd. MRS. MAN C/SH completed six months in the reserves. Following a honeymoon trip and I live to Jain Hamersmiths Tell Marcelle's Troth Mr. and .Mrs. Henry HamerI'aye. to Melvin Jerome Aizensh -mith, 10 So. Prospect Dr.. Sunrise t;,t, .-on ol Mr and Mrs Harry Harbour, announce the engageAizensbtat. 8lu Jeronimo Dr. nent of their daughter, Marcelle ( Thl bride-elec! is a graduate of Coral Gables High, and is now at tending the University of Miami. She is a member of Delta Phi Ep silon Sorority. The prospective bridegroom is also ;i graduate of Coral Gables High and is now attending the I niversity of Miami, majoring in business law. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity. The wedding will take place on Aug. 15. Life Members To Hold Party Creator Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its annual life membership party luncheon on Friday noon at Chandler's Restaurant. MrHelen Sparber is life membership chairman, Mrs. Lawrence Silverman is Auxiliary president Helen Roscnthal will accompain herself in a program of songs. Ri servatlons chairman lMi Anne Tanenbaum. i MISS MARCEUE HAMERSMITH Miss Haver Eyes Wedding in June A June wedding is planned by Faye Haver and Irwin A. Siegel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel, 7927 E. Drive. Harbor Island. Announcement of the engagement is made by the future bride's lather, David Haver, of Atlanta. Ga. I MISS fAYE HAVER Ph. 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Friday. March 20. 1964 TUMISI TkricJijn Page 5-C Jacqueline Kennedy Attends Council of Jewish Women's Tea iiliCniVPTnY ITAl \lr. ........* I WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Mrs. John F. Kennedy attended a tea ,n Washington this week giveni by m condolence re-1 The chapter organized about 100 the Prince Georges County Chap ( """ ~* %  j • volunteers, most of them members ter of the National Council of Jew, coivcd by Mrs. Kennedy after the but a tacludtag wivos of dl ,„. ish JtVotncn for volunteers who i assassination of the President last helped handle the more than 800,-November. 000 messages of condolence re-1 mats *UlioocUin_ Washington and of government officials. They sorted the letters, cables and other messages, according to the type of acknowledgement required. Mrs. Kennedy-thanked 1he i >iunteers and gave each of them autographed picture of herself < her late husband. AGAIN AND AGAIN the mystic figure 4 appears in our Passover ceremonial. We sip four cups of wine, we partake of four special foods, we ask four questions, we recall the four pledges of redemption, we relate the parable of the four sons, and we sing of the four matriarchs. Rich in meaning, rich in memory is every historic detail of this centuries-old family celebration. We at Standard Brands are honored that our Kosher-for-Passover products play a part in your rejoicing and are welcome in your home the whole year round. We join you in the hope that the Festival of Freedom will bring freedom to all Israel and to all the children of men. And to you and your family we say—Chag Someach, Guten Yomtov, Happy Passover! Tender I Tender leaf ^BSuIf v$w 48reo • %  'ORC TiNt PRODUCTS FROM INDMC B*NCS INCORPO*ATt# Certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi Dr. J. H. Rating



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Page 10-A +Jewlsti ncrMlan Friday, March 2C. 1964 U.S. Denounces Soviet Anti Semitism in Talks Continued from Page 1-A all forms of racial intolerance. As part of the draft, Mrs. Tree had introduced a clause which said specifically thai all governments adhering to the proposed convention "condemn anti-Semitism. whether manifested as a lorm of racial discrimination or otherwise, and shall take action as appro priate lor its speedy eradication in the territories subject to their urtsdiction." I'laton D. MOIDZOV, chief Soviet <:i legate in the commission, indicated he considered his country 1o be the principal target of the United States and Israeli charges. He did so by trying to amend Mrs. Tree's propo.-al in such a waj as to point to anti-Semitism as solely the result of Nazism and fascism. .Mrs. Tree hit back hard. She said she regretted that Moscow was seeking to "contuse antiSemitism with Nazism, genocide and other terms to make it only one ol a list of possible errors in recent thought. She said the commission should face the fact that anti-Semitism was "a present danger," tnat it existed in countries where Nazism was unknown and that it couid not be "covered i up forever by recalling the crimes of Hitler and the horrors of the concentration camps." Sharpening her point, she added that there were "some states" Israel Educator To Address Teachers Friday Dr. Shlomo Kodesh. director, Department of Hebrew and Elementary Education lor Adults and the Ministry of Education of the State of Israel, will address the Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami on Friday, 10 a.m.. at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. Meeting is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education as a closing session of its annual seminars for Hebrew teachers, according to an announcement of Joseph Cohen, president. Subject of Dr. Kodesh's lecture will be "From the Holy Tongue to the Language of the Street," a resume of the rebirth and development of the Hebrew Ian' guage. Dr. Kodesh was educated in the High School and University in! Kovno, Lithuania, where he be: came a teacher and school direc! tor. In 1933. Dr. Kodesh settled in Israel. He served as secretary to the Israel Court of Justice and supervisor of schools in Haifa and the Galilee. In 19.55, he became director of the Hayim Greenberg Institute in Jerusalem. In 1957. he was appointed to his present position, and is now on a special mission to the Jewish Ag%  ncy in the United States directing the activities ot Its Hebrew Department. Dr. Kodesh is the author of seme 20 books. He is also editor of a number of pedagogic and socialogical journals. He has served as a consultant in the teaching of a second Ianto the Government of France and also represented the i Government in UNESCO Dr. Kodesh addressed the Board lirectors of the Bureau of Jewish Education on Mar. n and a '"'.:.' of Jewish school directors al the Bureau on Mar. 16. DR. SHLOMO KODtSH Dr. Lehrman Due on Radio Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will be featured on the interdenominational "Church of the Air" program scheduled Sunday evening at 9:05 p.m. The radio show emanates nationally Ironi New York City over CBS Radio and will be heard locally over WKAT. Dr. Lehrman will be heard in a Passover message entitled "The American Dream." Also scheduled on the program ill be Cantor Hirsh Adler and the Temple Choir under the direction of Ben Yomen, At 10 a.m., on Sunday morning over WCKT Ch, 7. Dr. Lehrman will be seen in the Habbinical Association program, "Still Small He will appear with a panel including George Talianoff, Dr, Herman Mechlowitz, Mrs. Irvpen and Mrs. Elliott Harris. where laws forcefully forbid discrimination but which "carry on policies which are designed to have the effect of obliterating an ethnic group." She added efforts must be made to fight antiSemitism "when it takes the form of deprivation of the religious and cultural herita.ge which makes a group unique." She then listed indirectly the various discriminations widely charged against Soviet authorities, including barring of Yiddish and Hebrew, ban on organizations cf Russian Jews, the refusal of overseas travel privileges to Russian Jews, the refusal to permit publication of religious books and manufacture of religious requisites and similar prohibitions. Mrs. Tree also alluded to the disproportionate death sentences being meted out to Russia Jews convicted for alleged economic crimes. The Soviet delegate admitted that anti-Semitism was a present danger but insisted that Mrs. Tree's proposed clause be changed to read that the participating i states "condemn Nazism, including all its manifestations (neo-Nazism. genocide. anti-Semitism and other forms ot atrocious racist ideas and practices." The Israeli speaker also charged that there appeared to be a deliberate policy in Russia "of stilling the practice of Judaism and severing the community from its historical and cultural roots." He too cited the various anti-Jewish bans and the huge proportion of death sentences and executions of Soviet Jews. He said that the Soviet controlled press was putting so much emphasis on the Jewish identity of the defendants and on their alleged involvement with synagogues, that there were grounds to fear that the Jewish minority in Russia was being made I "the public whipping boy lor econ omic difficulties." He also referred to a booklet, "Judaism With Embellishment," published in 1963 in Kiev by the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, which had previously been described and denounced by Jewish organizations in this country. He called the book "from beginning to end a vicious vnear ,. against the history, belief; and moral standards of the Jews." He compared some Illustrations in the book with "the mere revolting works" of Julius St .cher, one of the most rabid of the Nazi anti-Semites. Comay then arranged to circulate amon^ all 21 commission members reproductions of some of the anti Semitic caricatures in the book. He urged the commison to adopt the clause proposed by Mrs. Tree. MouM. S"^** normandie parkway • aT^fi'H .I f |.Il( l'*


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Friday, March 20, 1964 ^Jewisf) mforidnraw Page 7-B B'nai B'rith Marks 120th Anniversary At Outstanding Function in Eden Roc TU I'imU -....,~ r T. Lyric soprano Rosita Franks was o sing at the 120th anniveziary function of B'nai B'rith Women at the Eden Roc Hotel on Thursday. The lL'inh anniversary of B'nai B'rith was io he observed ThursMar, 19, at the Eden Roc H" til Date also marks the 40th anniversary of the Junior Order of BB, Aleph Zadik Aleph. Keynote speaker was to be Mrs. Lewis Pearlman, past president Of International BI5W. serving as national ehairman of the event Her topie was to he "Youth in a Dynamic Society." Local women who were to attend include Mrs. Alfred Reich, immediate past president. BBW District "). South Florida District chairman for the gifts luncheon; and Mrs. F.. Albert Pallot, honorary area chairman and coordinator. Representatives from each of the 22 women's chapters in the South Florida ana were to participate in the event. \ special award presentation was to he made to Mis. Esther Weinkle, prominent civic leader. IIBW has pledged $120,000 to help sustain the programs of youth services an,I the Anti-Defamation League, which strives to promote better understanding through enlightenment. B'nai B'rith Youth Activities. Ilillel Foundation and Vocational Services ofler guidelines to the young on ethical and constructive courses. "Makeup With Green" for a better world was to he the theme of !he luncheon. Florida JWV to Meet Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans, will hold its third quarterly meeting at the Skyways Motel, 2323 No. Le.Ieune Rd„ Sun day. beginning at 9:30 a.m. State commander is Fmanuel Mandel. Shmura Matzos Film on Sunday Neshei Ch&bfld, I.ubavitchcr Women's League, will show a film of preparing and baking of Shmura Matzos on Sunday, 8 p.m.. in the social hall of Beth Israel Congregation, 711 40th St. Following the film. Rabbi David I.ehrfield, of Kneselh Israel, will explore the various laws pertaining to the Passover holiday. Eddie Fisher Due At 'Jennie 1 Lunch At the DeauviKe The five Miami Beach chapters .1 Women's American ORT are sponsoring the annual "Jennie" award luncheon, which tumors Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, to be heli Wednesday noon at the Deauvilia Hotel. Eddie Fisher, who will present Ivs entire show, will receive thu •Jennie" trophy as "outstanding performing artist for 1963." Program chairman is Mrs Ma-garet Newman Steam. Reservations may be made at the OKP office. fiOO Lincoln Rd. Mall. Pioneer Units Hold Functions Mrs Dora Offenhcnden. president : Beb,i Idelson Club, Pio'neer YWmen. announces a luncheon and Cl d party to be held on Monday noon at the home of Mrs. Jacob P COSOW, 7222 Trouville Esplana All i roceeds are earmarked for the (. 1child Rescue Fund. Mr> Naae Pushkin will conduct the meeting of the Gold Meir Club on Wednesday. 1 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Bldg 1234 Washington Ave. An evaluation of the recent Pio necr Women's 24th annual donor luncheon will be led by Mrs. Milton Green. Council president. Participants will include Mes dames Nathaniel Soroff. Abraham Seltzer. Anna Quaker, and Sonia Bobbins. Mrs. Oscar Zeltner, Moatzet Hopoalet chairman, will coordinate the program. v The Carmel Bakery 847 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Announces that Beginning Tuesday, March 24 STRICTL Y KOSHER L'PESACH Home Style Pesachdica Baked Goods UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY SENIOR ORTHODOX RABBI OF GREATER MIAMI HONEY CAKE NUT CAKE MACAROONS SPONGE CAKE COOKIES OUR BAKERY IS FAMOUS FOR ITS QUALITY BAKED GOODS JE 8-7592 4 MEAT MARKETS AND CATERERS TVfy *ot fa$tMe Strictly Kosher, Evisc. (m POULTRY! KOSHER LE-PESACH ZION KOSHER POULTRY 4. i 'Ton mm nnn PULLET Just imagine the cleanliness and the labor you save, by having your poultry cleaned and koshered, ready to distribute to your customers. A tremendous amount of effort has been put in to advance our industry and to give the kosher butcher something new and better to give to his customers. Now we con offer that service. Take advantage of it. Contact our dealers— Price Them and see the difference. CARMEL KOSHER POULTRY, INC. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. JE 1-3411 £10 :§• • its >v E MIAlfAH. >L01lD TU7-2697 WE HANDLE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF KOSHER POULTRY & POULTRY PARTS



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Fridcry, March 20, 1964 vJenUfrnorMfon Page 13-C ^Candidates Running Legislative Sessions, Government of Miami Senior High and the nesses. He is vice president of Organization, and Health and WeiUniversity of Miami. | Florida Mortgage Funding CorCinued from Page 6-C [l)ade, I: a Republican. Chafe'.: said. "If f am elected. Dade Coi llty's voice and vote will not bt "";aeled for a 'mess of potItage' to The North Florida 'pork It-hop gang.' Representation of a Isclect lc at the expense of many bnust cor e to an end." I!rr:.i ouncu' ieach, lied (OT roup r A ma eserv* I Ascii ell a< fairs He bt ade L nerica: i-Cocv rviog %  ecti %  'orn • il L net ,vish Kir hialed( %  be!. tinj fed • % ii. %  as : loi ect< > %  ftfti ty. "W for I). men's Bernard Berman • Berman. attorney and an in North Miami bag announced and quali•he State Legislature in r in the U.S. Air Force Herman served as Spectant Attorney General, as being active in local civc ils memberships in the ?ague of Municipalities. Municipal Congress and Governmental League, both vice president and y director of the U.S. use Council. Berman is • of Mahi Shrine. Moose, tfar Veterans, American laycees, and Knights of : himself "to work in I of all Florida, concenn the benefits to be re leciall) by Dade Coun%  ; an states. "Dade Counlong been the stepchild and as >uch has been even though it prore revenue, per capita ate than any other coun -id fairer representation County, increased workcompensation benefits. Sorority Holds Reception Ome*.. Chapter of Delta Phi ^VI>M1<>' -j,rority held a reception •j bar..f its 25th anniversary on Sundu. ternoon in the Delta Phi iMBBor Room. Panhellenic Build ing^ I':;--ersity of Miami. more aid for our senior citizens and more State park facilities lor both ourvisitor* and our local residents." Dante B. Fascell Congressman Dante Fascell has announced that B. Boyd (BenBenjamin, immediate past pres-; ident of the 1904 Orange Bowl Committee, has agreed to serve a co-chairman of his Campaign Finance Committee, joining David Walters. Miami attorney and: former Federal District attorney as Co-Chairman. Fascell stated: "1 am extremely proud to announce the appointment of Benjamin as co-finance chairman of my campaign along with Dave Wallers. For Benjamin to agree to ast me in my reelection cam( paign is most appreciated, and I am elated to say the least." In accepting the appointment. Benjamin declared: "Dante Fascell has done an outstanding job l(H his district, lie is now nationally recognized as the Congressman who led in the assault to rid Cuba ol Castro and to throw Communism oul ol Latin America." David C. Eldredge Slate Rep. David C. Eldredge, qualifying for reelection to his fourth term in the Florida Legislature, has pledged to "continue my long-standing fight against increased taxes." Eldredge pointed out that 'in the 19C3 session. 1 fought and voted against both the increase in rates for automobile license tags, and the extension ot the sales tax. and served as floor leader for removal of the Person Property Tax on boats." Named to the Legislative Coun cil. Eldredge serves as chairman Of the Committee on Roads and Highways, and as a member of the Committees on Finance and Taxation. Constitutional revision. fare. An Air Force veteran of World War II. EldMdES is a graduate In private life. Eldredge is en! poration. He lives with his wife, gaged in the Real Estate, Life Indaughter and son at 513 Marmora nuance and. Mortgage Loan busiAve., Coral Gables Treat yourself to richness! tmn-.m rich, mellow flavor and roma! Delicious New Instant Chase Sanborn gives you the richness of ie r-jre coffee nectar, missing in kstant coffees up til now. Enjoy lis avorful new coffee tonight! Pure cofrs- nectar, \ Ihe ricH. nature esser-ce o' c Ma • ...oapti •' our finest u.'in. T few Instant Chase & Sanborn CHASE. J. SANBORN -FINE COFFEI tSARi Which matzo for Passover? %  •* iMflUlMir Egg Matzos: with plenty of eggs and a hint of apple cider flavor. Round Tea Matzos: in a brand-new attractive package! Square Matzos: crisp, baked through and through! Look for the 5 Pound Package. Each pound individually wrapped to preserve freshness. Goodman's bakes all 3 IOOOOMANS for yo : PasMver table! All three kinds of GOODMAN s Matzos are strictly Kosher for Passover, baked under the supervision of Rabbi M. Chodorow. A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., Long Islam! City, N. Y. PASSOVKB MATZOS distributed by FOOD CRAFTERS DIST. CO. 3341 N.W. 65th Street, Miami, Florid* (Code 305) 388-6011 I



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Friday, March 20, 1964 *j€n-lsl' fkracffrnm Page 3-A # Freedom Lodge Hears Judge Friedman Speak Judge \l;lton s. r'rieciman of the Municipal Court, and Emanuel Tepi i r, president ol B'nai B'rith Freedom Lodge, were guest speakers at the Harmony Lodge, membership breakfast on Sunday at lorkj 's Gossip Room. Moit Luxner is membership vice president, and Rabbi Max LipscbiU is program vice president of Harmony Lodge. Guest speaker at the group's next meeting on Mon !aj e> enu Apr. G. at Beth Torah Temple be Abe Goldman, City (.1 Mian official. Topic will be •our Fi "otten Children."' Abraham Galbut (second from left) noses out Jeffrey Green fright) to take first prize at the Hebrew Academy Junior Science Fair. Galbut, a sixth grader at the Academy, did his project on the anatomy and physiology of the chicken. Green took Second Prize with his dinosaurs project. Raymond Stein (second from the right) and Sheldon Delson (right) tied for third place. Stein did his project on geology and Delson on electricity. Standing with the winners are Joe Ackner, science instructor at the Academy. Jabotinsky Going Home JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israels Cabinet Sunday voted unanimously to permit the Jabotinsky family to bring the remains of Vladimir Jabotinsky to this country for rehurial. Mr. Jabotinsky. leader of the Zionist-Revisionists, died near New York City in 1940. In his will, he had stipulated that his remains be taken for reburial in the Jewish State to oe formed in Palestine, but only upon the decision of the Jewish State's Government. Former Prime Minister David BenGurion was unalterably opposed to such sanction by the Government. Sunday's action was taken after Prime Minister Levi Eshkol had received an appeal on the issue from Prof. Eri Jabotinsky, an Israeli and a son of the late Vladimii Jabotinskv. The Herut Party immediately lauded the Cabinet's decision. Menachem Beigin, leader of Herut. sen; a message to Mr. Eshkol expressing the party's "gratitude for this historic decision." Civil Rights Bill To be Debated Howard Dixon. executive vice i chairman of the Florida Civil Lib erties Union, and William Pruitt. constitutional lawyer active in civic atiairs and politics, will debate the Civil Rights Bill now before Congress at an open meeting of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Shalom on Wednesday, 8 p m., in the Silverman Religious School Assembly Hall, according to an announcement by i>r. Harry E. Wolk, Brotherhood president Dixon will take the affirmative, and Pruitt will debate the negative. Judge Vincent Giblin. retired Circuit Court Judge of Broward and Dade Counties, will serve as moderator. I*iysv 3 femv =in BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4Uci 2^u-um OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 COULTON BROS. _RT" "AIAURY" "HAY < Coral Way & S.W. 27h A YOUR ItXACO BOYS 840 S.W. 8th St. HI 1 Iff lOWAMMSCElST IHMff 335 S.W. 12th AVE. 110 ALIEN. Director Mi. FR 94)278, rR 45437 Specializing in Cor. to the Elderly and Chronically HI 24 Her Nursing Service Seacial Oieti Strictly Observe* Private and Semi-Private Rooms Jewiih-Style Cooking TWIN CITY GLASS CO. tltAKAMUtD AUWrORS STORE fKONTS FURNITURE T0P1 ANTIQUE MIRRORS I RE-SIIVERING AUTO 61ASS IHSYALUD WMIIE YOU WAIT 1120 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays ItL tf M141 TRIBUTE LUNCHEON Sponsored By the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah for the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Building of the HADASSAH-HEBREW UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Jerusalem, Israel You will be given an opportunity to have your name inscribed in this building to show your belief in the ideals and aspirations of this great American. April 6th, 1964—12 Noon Subscription $5.00 At the Doral Beach Hotel GUEST SPEAKER: MRS. MOSES P. EPSTEIN AN IMPRESSIVE PROGRAM HAS BEEN ARRANGED For Reservations Call Hadassah Office JE 1-0244 Owning your own home is a good investment ...and when you finance your home with us, the dollars you pay each month ere "growth dollars." Each payment you make increases your equity until you own your home debt-free. And in the meantime you enjoy it. Why not let some of these "growth dollars" work for you? Let us arrange a home loan for you tailored to your needs. Intended D ; vidend Ri'e 4^ per annum U paid and compounded quarterly Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings Account by March 20th and earn from the Is*. 6 Convenient Oifices Serve Dade County MAIN OFFICE: 101 lost Flatter St. Altapattah Bunch I Noith Aliami Branch I Tamiami Branch | Edison Center Branch I Kendall Btanch 1400 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S W. 8th St. 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St Ol'R RESOURCES EXCEED 200 MILLION DOLLARS



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T Friday. March 20, 1964 Jmlsti ihrkUan Moscow Jews Told to Bring Flour to Synagogue LONDON ,JTA, Members Levin ,h„ ,h u_, .. & & Page 11-C cow were told by the.r spiritual for them this month for pj '"Hi "ill be baked, but were ad.. .n.s momn for p aE brin* th? S Z* t ? en to,d '" x is, d b v "%  rabbi that they could trom Moscow said, estimatin. leader, Ch.ef Rabb, Yehuda Le.b over, i, wu reporte(i „,.,,, !" Se?w5„S told 2?--""fT.!" I?.**' _*£ up ,he '" ; zo,h "> are today about 30,000 "prac Because ol the shortage thi* year in flour in the Soviet Union, die problem of securing Hour for matzoth is serious, the report that where the matsynagogue. ticing" Jeus in the Soviet capital from beginning to end... Had£ad')ra hadga&ya Biy father Bought JOYOUS PASSOVER WISHES FROM COLGATE-PALMOLIVE Put these fine products on your shopping list for Passover -#?•££? KOSHER PARVE !" PASSOVER >RIN£ Biff



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Page 14-A *. let* isf> R wMfo tl Friday, March 20, 1364 Pope Hopes for Friendly Catholic Jewish Ties Continued from Page 1 -A ( atholic-Jewish relations is conJews, "addressing themselves ion us sot lorth in the Universa principally to the spirit of the Declaration," find it is "cogently cedM by the Jewiab people to be responsive to the GoJ-given dig"singularly a matter of religious nity of every man and his freedom thought," Mr. Katz said that the ol thought, conscience and rehgKneseth Israel Announces the Erection Of a Mechitzah' in the Congregation 1415 Euclid Ave., this week anKing Solomon and rebuilt during nounced it will erect a "mechittno dav of Cyrus lhc Great." Dubzah" in its sanctuary. ,, ._. „ .„ Im said. 'The Holy Temple built Louis Dublin, president, said by King Solomon had separate ihat the decision was "unanimous„. ,„...., places of worship for men and ly reached at a general memberr K women, with a separation between Ihem to decrease probable frivolity between men and women. "Jewish law has always felt! that when man and woman come to a synagogue, they are having a private audience with their, "Every synagogue is patterned Maker in Heaven, and to insure I i sense of sanctity and dclibera-' tinn of thought, it is a tradition in I Jewish life that the men and women do not pray together. "Throughout the years, with the ac/vent of the Conservative and Reform movements, many traditional synagogues have forsaken this tradition, but recently with the growth of yeshivoth and schools in America, synagogues are again turning back to tradition in a desire to model their places of worship after the Holy Temple," Dublin explained. Officers of the congregation who were active in the project are Hebrew incunabula dated prior to Louis Dublin, president; Philip the year 1500. not already in a muWeiss, first vice president: Sameum collection. Printed before uel Lerner. second vice president; '".uttenberg's invention of the movJoseph Nadler. third vice presiable press, it took two years to dent; Milton Kahn, treasurer; oe completed, was started in SonDavid Eisenstein. chairman of the cino and finished in Casal Magboard; and Harry Rosen, board viore. both in Italy. member. -hip meeting uf the congregation. A "mechitzah" is a wall-like structure designed to separate the individual sections of orthodox synagogues in which men and women are seated. after the Holy Temple built by Prayer Book Added to Show At Temple Israel Horuitz Exhibit of Jewish Ceremonial Art now on display in the Museum ol the Community House of Temple Israel of Greater Miami recently added the first printed | Jewish Prayer Book known as an mcunabulum, a work from the "cradle"' days of printing. It bears the dates of 1485 and i ;48G and is only one of 35 known REMEMBER The memories of Passovers gone by—the search and sale of the Chometr -Grandpa poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and IheChoraches—putting on the new suit of clothes and shoes—pockets full of hazel nuts—and almonds—anxiously waiting for the Seder to start—Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always late—the whoHM family together—Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair bends: him—Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, hej called her—the Unleash and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah and the answer givenwith Grandpa's voice ringing out ever all—the first half of the Hagadah almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good—Passmr it was always "strong"—aH were com* palled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water—and then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma—we ate—and ate and then the "Benches''—and the rest of the Hagadah—and some more cups of wine—and the opening of the door—and the stories of how in the old country someone frightened the whole family by appearing at that door—but best of all the fongs with | which the second half of the Hagadah abound—and the feeling of drowsiness—content* 1 ment—and the thought that tomorrow the same thing once more MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY. It 1.} Producers of Traditional Passover Wines, Declaration of Human Rights and in-the concept of the brotherhood and equality of man before God." •Validation of the ideals inherent in these declarations, through authoritative action by the Church, continued Mr. Katz "will strengthen them and their high moral purpose in our time and, even more, impart their lasting and constructive impact for a continuing and maturing harmony and mutual understanding among men of succeeding generations." Augustin Cardinal Bea, president of the Vatican's Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity, and architect of the last Ecumenical Council's draft proposal for improving relationships between Catholics and Jews, told and audience of 4,000 persons in Cologne, Germany, that, to understand the historical significance | of that document, one must keep in mind "the long, sad history of Jewish-Christian relations, including the factor of anti-Semitism." Cardinal Bea was one of the speakers here Monday at ceremonies concluding observance of Brotherhood Week in connection with the exhibition, Monumenta Judaica, which has been viewed by 100,000 persons since it opened at the Fair Grounds here four months ago. Sharing the platform with him were a Lutheran Bishop, Dr. Wilhelm Staehlin; and a Jewish educator, Dr. Ernst Simon, of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. The draft of the Ecumenical Council's document dealing with Christian-Jewish relations, said Cardinal Bea. followed a concrete wish of the late Pope John XXIII, who had summoned the Council. The last Council session's postponement of a decision on that is sue, said the cardinal, should not be underestimated. That delay, he declared, furnishes a means whereby many of the Council fathers might have the opportunity to think about it. It is not easy for many bishops, he said, to come to terms quickly "with a problem as diiiicult as this." 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Friday, March 20. 1964 "Jfembfi flrridliaiBl Page 11-B WMlikli JEWISH Convalescent Home Of ** South Florida held a progress dinner Saturday evening at the rontaincblcau Hotel in honor ol Abe C. Fine. Mrs. Fine was gowned in a floor-length formal in a brilliant -hade of turquoise covered with crystal caviar and bugle beads. Chairman of the evening was .Miami Beach Councilman flyman P. Galbut and Mrs. Galbut who chose a lowbacked black silk sheath. Mrs. Winnie Weinstein was in black chiffon with a full skirt and a lilted jet sequincd bodice. Black silk crepe with a bateau neckline was worn by Mrs, Esther Goldberg. Mrs. Anna Brand's ice blue sheath featured an allover schiffle embroidered pattorn. Beige satin and rccmbroidered chantilly lace was the choice of Mrs. Anna Hosenfield. the lace covered the bodice and was open in the front of her skirt, creating an overskirt ef!< ct. Mrs. Goldic Rumor wore u powder blue dress with un embroidered bodice. • AVY blue lace in the sheath silhouette with a squared neckline was worn by Mrs. Sara Block. Mrs. Oscar Mnndell, a bride of two weeks, selected a mauve satin cocktail ensemble with seed pearls embroidered on her lace bodice and a hip-length jacket. Blue and lilac blended into the silk floral print which Mrs. Dorothy Blach wore. Her sheath had an oversized shawl collar. A silk print was also the choice "f Mrs. Annie Jacobsen. Tones and shades Of blues and greens blended on a white background, President of the organization. Mrs. Joseph K. Kaiser, selected B -and colored peau ;.c sine with „ reembroidered chantilly lace bodice A band of satin detailed her waistline. Mrs. lsadore Resnick's Floor-length gown was created with a black satin skirt and a gold sequined overblouse. Her overbtoo.se featured horizontal fringes oi gold crystal beads. The oriental influence was seen in Mrs. Leo Judson's gown. In Mack silk, it had a delicate handembroidered bird pattern which was reembroidered with gold lamee and gold colored caviar beads. lulRS. Max Goldbaum chose an "* interesting gown of yellow and white lace. The hemline was detailed with a deep band of yellow in double pleats stitched to create a ruched effect, [ridescent white sequins covered Mrs. George Beskin's figure-molding sheath. Mrs. Sclma Oritt was in black chiffon with vertical airtucking. Her sheath had a waist N AUTHORIZED DEALEU Ouolity HEARING AIDS $50 fo $285 %  Strvico All Make, -J loM*r! — Molds STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i" Mm MI Ttitf-Tritfti-Trlali-Ttfini PHONE JE e-7lt FORM DANCE GROUPS 6 or 8 COUPUS \ HUUY GULLY MAMBO CHRIS DALTON DAY OR EVE INSTRUCTIONS 1 WEDNESDAY NITE CONTESTS Deluxe Trophies Awaided 4 Champngne 4 TEL. UN 6-7711 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. j SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL \ I t>5 St. oY Collins Ave., Miami Beach 4 ST-*>* f ir><>-rf A-*-1 >.i Rare Hebrew Relics JEWIlS — SIIVER WORKS OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach T. SCHORR %  usiness Phone JE 8 1025 Residence Phone JE 4-2503 Women's Unit In Donor Lunch Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its .March meeting on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Al giers Hotel. Highlight oi the meeting will be the culmination of the annual donor project, with the presentation of donor awards. Mrs. Charles Biown is donor project chairman. Mrs. Rose Both, donor journal chairman, will give a report, and Mrs. Solomon Margolies. nominating chairman, will give a committee report. Mis. Lawrence Silverman, president, will pay tribute to Dr. Celia Wohl "for her untiring efforts in behalf of the donor project." Dr. vVohl will give the invocation. MRS. CHUKlES IiROWN CAMP DIRECTOR for FLAGLER-GRANADA DAY CAMP Write qualifications to Lou Suih, Chairman 50N.W. 51st Place WANTED PART-TIME $150.00 MONTH HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHERS P. O. BOX 144 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Seder Schedule For Children Each department in Temple Emanu-El's Religious School and Solomon Schechter Day School will hold its own Model Seder in preparation tor the approaching Passex er holiday. The schedule is as follow-: Solomon Schechter Day School, Thursday. Mar. 26: Sunday and Religious Schools and the Confirmation Department combined vfith the weekly Youth Breakfast, both Sunday. .Mar. 22. Students who will take part in the Seders are Debby Buchwald. Sonny Burns. Kllen Epstein, Su r k 9 Cleaning-Laundry Ik Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach i-^0 JE 8-6104 OPEN 7 AM. %  9 PM. Same Day Service Never An fxtrm Charge. i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4



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Page 8-C *Je*lstfk*knan Friday. March 20. 19E4 ^/^fdvcnt of fi assovcr By MILDRED BELLIN i lebratc adage. ^Mcans Special Jflcmt for ^Ifour Jamily wsMSiBt jwsyfKtfs ?£Sc?a s ,-r become" thick full of water, and bring to a rapid medu.ni heat for 30 minute, r. -' and reheated. The subtle addimatzo meal until tion of spice adds the flavor we ed. Let stand for .hen the first Seder takes place USHal rt (rom „ poultry fat. until the batter becomes uu IUU • --. -~-%  %  MQ j he knci(l ach wi „ morc than jj^; Friday evening, as it does enough to handle. With a wet Don. i"P ^ < i !" size and become verv liaht • ,. %  ::s year our service and our To facilitate serving, and a.so ^ nixture int0 G water the %  • 1J • *g J^ !" J £ !" ^W • al have a double significance. to keep the chicken moist and ten^ '^ £ them on damp int o the water. Repeat. Wet i r we welcome the Sabbath, our der. it could be cut up before it .st .-ensured holiday, as we N cooked, then baked with a litour deliverance from Ho liquid in a covered pan. Th And when the first Carrot Uimmas, thickened to. this der meal includes dishes tradioccasion with point,, starch, can t: nally associated with both hoi.also be kept warm in a very slow the entire menu seems aloven. By request, the recipe for Fri ay ,c P'ato kugcl Is include I in tinform of Ihe little kugclach which ys, ast to plan itself. A eniirj dinner without gefillte ku tel and have become so deservedly wet. liked. For this Seder, hake them -h, roast chicken, mm; would be for many ol like not observing the Sabbath ite properlj ; and without matmeal kneidlach or macaroons Si ler would lose some of itcial fun. \l even Seder, as part ol the %  -ual. v e partake of wine and the minimum time suggested in the recipe. They will continue to brown and become more crusty as they are kepi hoi while waiting to be served. Beets are a good selection .is they can be kept warm without-losing any of their goodness. The greens selected for the e symbolic foodwhich ems; .i ar ) (• %  ,., be whichever are best the meaning ol the ser e, tl i matzos. haroset, bitter bs, parsle; and hard cooked '! _-. either whole or u; e served as the lir-t arse ". our men; Because this dei lakes place aflei the Sab th hi begun and all food for e dinn. r is cooked before sunin the market at the time we go to purchase them. Our third recipe icalled a macaroon although its texture is more like thai of a cookie than it is like Ihe commercial macaroons i repared tor Passover itblend of chopped nuts and coconul is delicii us and goes well with the i wn. 'I will add to the enjoy. „. ol the meal ,. recipes for Irad.t.onal I hoi dishes are selected which able them to be kept hot with-; dinner and a ends with the eating of the orite dessert for both a Shabbat Seder. Our Seder i becoming dried out or overne, tneidlach are such an important 11 ol the Seder meal that we nt them to be our very best, SO -ht and fluffy they seem to float. mplirnenton the airiness of r kn 'idiaeh are part ot the ik's reward for her efforts. The : t n eipe today suggests one j of achieving such desirable htness, in dumplings which are ade with oil. These keep their .Hire even when refrigerated Siignrme Msnsr-saiwG CAIOM-Itll IIOUID SWUUM* I;M t ;': A&ndei'1 HMkl i ...irinttM Ifeaifl^ DOC 10 APPROV10 10* DIM.TK.. I0W CttOHIt Dili. tz I [CHB4 ASO TA.t USE 4-oz. iomi ONir GUARANTEE) NON-FATTtNINGi "afikomen." Traditional Menu for a Friday Night Seder During the service wine, three perfect matzos. haroset. parsley. and Litter herbs. Hard cooked eggs in salt water Gefillte fish with horseradish Extra matzos Fluffy matzo meal kneidlach in chicken soup Roast chicken Apple sauce Potato kugelach Carrot tzimmas Beets Salad of greenwith Passover dressing Fruit compote Coconut-walnut Passover macaroons Passover sponge cakeTea Fluffy Matzo Meal Kneidlach 2 eggs 1-2 teaspoon salt l-l<> teaspoon ground ginger or nutmeg 1 teaspoon minced parsley 4 teaspoons Passover oil :: tablespoons cold water 1-2 cup matzo meal Beat the eggs, salt, ginger or nutmeg, and parsley until light and thick. Stir in the oil and water Gradually heat in the & nog^ mis ^ KOSHER FOR PASSOVER _J Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen


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"'age 14-B knist nrriciinr Friday, March 20, 1984 Jfyar ll kinds He Is the recipient %  i the Red Cross Achievement ward for swimming. Paul's grandparents. Mr. and rs. Ceorge A. Cohen and Mr. id Mrs. Abraham Weintraub, will! tend. | The celebrant will be honored i a Kiddu-h immediately follow-! ,g worship service at the Netherind Hotel, and at a family reccp-' on and dinner Sunday evening, • the Fontainebleau Hotel. Fred Wilner Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert ilner, will become Bar Mitzvah uring Saturday morning services,' lar. 21, at Temple Ner Tamid. I labbi Eugene Labovitz will ofdate. Fred is a student at Nautilus unior High and attends Temple er Tamid Religious School. Philip Sirot.i Rabbi Henry Wernick will olidate at the Bar Mitzvah of hilip Lawrence Sirota on Satur ay morning, Mar. 21, at Temple iferelh Israel. Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis rota, attends seventh grade ;il Carol City Junior High, and is interested i" sports. >:• %  o Ryan Dearr The Bar Mitzvah of Ryan Lori Dearr. son of Mrs. Mildred Dearr and the late Sheldon Dearr, of 725 Cremona Ave., Coral Gables, will take place on Saturday morn! ing. Mar. 21. at Congregation Beth j El, with Rabbi Solomon Schilf Officiating. Ryan is an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, and a member of Special Honors Math Class. Si K' t Geoffrey Mack, Geoffrey L. Mack, son of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Mack, will become | Bar Mitzvah at services conducted by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro at Beth David Congregation on Saturday morning. Mar. 21. Geoffrey, who attends Ponce de Leon Junior High, is president of his seventh grade class, and is a representative on the Student Council. Robert Wayne On Saturday morning. Mar. 21. al Temple Zion Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wayne, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Alfred Waxnian will officiate. Robert, a seventh grade student 81 Riviera Junior High School, plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class Joseph Rubin Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. i David Rubin, of 17905 NE 7th Ct., No. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 21. at Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate. Joseph is a seventh grader at Temple Adath Yeshurun on Friday evening. Mar. 20. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate. Susan is a seventh grader at the John F. Kennedy Junior High School of North Miami Beach. She excels in the violin and is an Honor Roll student. A reception will follow services in Susan's honor. 1 •1 Geoffrey Mode Robin Silver John F. Kennedy Junior High School of North Miami Beach. He excels in sports and has broken the track record at Sabal Palm Elementary. Robin Silver Bas Mitzvah of Robin (Candy), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Silver, wjll be celebrated this Saturday morning. Mar. 21. at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Candy is president of her seventh grade class at Nautilus Junior High School and an honor student. She is in the accelerated mathematics program, a member of the Girls Athletic Association and a talented pianist. Her hobbies include arts and crafts, swimming and water sports. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal are Candy's grandparents. The celebrant will be honored at a reception at her home Saturday even ing Morgan Rood On Saturday. Mar. 21. Morgan Roger Rood, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rood, 8600 SW 46th Ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah. Habbi Mordecai Podet will officiate, with Cantor Gordon Richards rendering the musical portion* ol the Sabbath liturgy. Morgan is an eighth grade honor student at Rockway Junior High School, and is in the school band. He has been awarded second Richard Pomerance Paul Weintraub prize Red Ribbon in the Pure Mathematics Division of the Math-, ematics Fair, and a Superior Blue Ribbon in the Science Fair. His exhibit on the "Vibrations of Sound" is on display at Dinner Key Auditorium. Morgan is interested in stamp and coin-collecting. Mr. and Mrs. Rood will host the Kiddush in his honor. Edward Cardone Bar Mitzvah of Edward Samuel Cardone will take place at Temple Tifereth Israel on Saturday morning. Mar. 21. with Rabbi Henry Wernick officiating Son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Cardone, the Bar Mitvah is a seventh grade pupil at Horace Mann Junior High. He is interested in tape-recording music, Susan Nadler Susan Nadler. daughter of Joseph Nadler. of North Miami Beach, will be Bas Mitzvah at KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY for LUNCH .i jr CREAMED CHICKEN V. Kin %.,.,.. $ 1.65 STUFFED CA3EAGE Hungarian C'i /S ft S:yl lH\J BEEF GOULASH Broad Noodles rm •>*. Frorh Vegetable ~i.£0 POT ROAST Po'a'o Panctm FrMh ..|.t.:.i Apl ilur. 1.85 AYE, LADDIE, IF, YE'RE TRULY THRIFT-MINDED. 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Page 2-A +JenisHFk>ridriar Friday, March 20, 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin, of Upper Sandusky, O., turned over to Bernard Silver, of Miami Beach, a 510,000 insurance policy for the establishment of a 5,000-tree section in the Baal Shem Tov Forest in memory of their son, Frank Levin, who lost his life in World War II fighting for freedom and democracy. Silver is an active participant in the program of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami and was responsible for the planting of Baal Shem Tov Forest near Safad. Israel. British Couple In Presentation At Temple Israel Hannah Watt and Roderick Lo veil, two of Britain's leading theatrical personalities, will present a joint dramatic production of Men. Women and Love."' as the Town Hall Forum Series resumes in the Morris D Woltson Auditorium of Temple Israel of Greater Miami on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available through the Temple office for those who do not have series tickets. "Men. Women and Love" features scenes from English literature and history, with the accent On comedy and drama. The husband-wife acting team has appeared as members of leading groups in England, ranging from Shakespeare to musical comedy, in films, on radio and TV. The 1963-64 Town Hall Series will close on Sunday, Apr. 26. with guest speaker United States Sen. Paul Douglas Torah Presentation Told Temple Zamora announces the presentation ol a Torch to the Temple sanctuary by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris in honor ol their ,50th wedding anniversary. Dedication ceremonies will be held Sunday. Apr. 26. Farband Branch Slates Meeting Farband Ben-Gurion Branch 304 n ill meet Wednesday evening at Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave, Following the business agenda, conducted by Max Astor. president, Manuel Burstein. past president, will discuss current events. Refreshments will be served. Soviets Change Rule on Baking Of Matzohs Continued from Page 1-A bakery's closure. Angry j e w a stormed Rabbi Levine's study, only to be told that the shut-down was '"temporary." The bakery opened wednesda} of last week, continued on Thursday, and was shut on Friday, the Moscow dispatches stated. On the tjrst day of matzoh production, NOVOfti, an official Soviet Government news agency, distributed ti> foreign correspondents in Mos cow photographs showing Rabbi Levine and Mr. Paler, in white gowns, presumably cheeking the first matzoh turned out at the bakery. TERMITES SWARMING? call Uric In for the sak* of your homo, FORTE TOWER Radio & Television Service FREE ISTIMATC SI.50 Service Call 850 ALTON RD. JE 2-8820 ISRAELI 1AN0. PURCHASED FOIt DOLLARS SIDNEY SALANT 230 Pork Ave., New York 17 Mil 9-7388 Noted Historian To Speak Here on Monday Eve The regular monthly publicmeeting of the Miami Beam Chapter ol American Association for United Nations is to be held at the auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association at 1234 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, on Monday at 8 p.m. ( %  nest speaker tor the evening will be Dr. Harold Korn, graduate ol Columbia University, who holds the Bunner Medal in American History. Dr. Korn is an observer at the United Nations for Kiwanis International. He is a member of the Historical Society and the Chamber of j abroad. Commerce of New York, and has ; Hendrik J. Berns. president of lectured-extensively in univac-ithe Miami .Beach Chapter, wii sities and colleges in the U.S. and preside at the meeting. 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"age 4-B +Jewisfi ncrkttatn Friday. March 20. 1964 /###** svlvvi kosher food* for pussorrr PARK FREE' SHOP TONIGHT TIL 930 DAYS a la roe svleetion of choice Stunts in elude: Cabbage Soup jar 49c Pike-white gefilte fish (jelled) Pt. 79c Qt 1.49 Matzohs 45c lo 61c Matzoh Dumplings 39c Potato Pancake Mix 22c Sponge Cake Mix 49c Flavored Macaroons 99c Juices 29c to 85c Preserves 12 oz. jar 49c Glace Fruit. Nuts. Dates tin 4.59 FOODS, FIRST FLOOR. MIAMI bar tun's I'assoeer old world i'eeipes Specialties for Passover: Kugelhopf, 1 lb. 1.98 Miniature Honey Fruit Cakes box of 15 parve. 1.98 Seven Layer Cake, 1 lb 1.98 Passover Bartonettes 1 lb. 2.25 (82 miniature chocolates) BARTON'S BONBONNIERE. first floor. miami fort lauderdale "or, ftSY> THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR imported from Israel trim's tor K*assorrr Concord Malaga Rishon Sacramental Vin Blanc Hock Rose of Carmel Partom Sharir Muscatel President Champagne Sparkling Burgundy Also Kosher American wines Wine tasting from March 23 thru March 27 FOODS, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI Uaatttt, trio lor siher and Jar vis 3 for :t.9H Clean with Silver Foam, then apply Tarnish Preventive! Cleans, pol.shes and actually prevents tarnish from 4 to 12 months. Mild enough for the finest of silver yet gentle for the hands. Jewel Clean will restore the original luster to all your jewels. So easy and safe to use. A.I .,. ,*. a.d co .d .. Ko*., b y ,he Union C O.hodo. Jewish Cong*,.**, of Wk. HOUSEWARES, fourth floor, miami. third floor, for, lauderdale



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'(Jewish Florldian Volume 3' — Number 12 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c Moscow Jews Tied Up By Latest Russian Rule On Baking of Matzoh HOPES WERE HIGH LONDON—'JTA)-Jews in Mosi 'H wore resentful and frustrated tlii— week because their one mat /uh bakery, opened only last week, had been shut down by order ot the authorities last Friday, it was n-ported in dispatches from the Soviel capital received here. irding the dispatches, the bakery, which functioned for two days, has produced only 4-lti pounds of matzoh—of a total of G60.000 pounds needed to ipply an estimated 30,000 believing Jews in Moscow —when the -cow fire department closed i ikery aa 'fire hazard." Last week, when the bakery started producing matzoh, Nahum Paler, chairman of the Moscow Jewish community, had been quoted as saying "we plan to bake about 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of matzoh for every believing Jewish family in Moscow." L'nder the rules as previously announced by Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levine, spiritual leader of Moscow's Central Synagogue, Jews who delivered the necessary flour PAGE I1C to the house of worship could come back later and get the equivalent in matzoh. On Monday, however, when Jews came to ask for their matzoh. the) were informed of the U.S. Denounces Soviet Bigotry At UN Debate Continued on Page S-A MM. MAMMA TMI ethnic genocide IN MEETING WITH B'NAI 8'RiTH Pope Expresses High Hcpe Far Catholic Jewish Ties ROME—iJTA)-Pope Paul VI Monday expressed deep respect of the Jewish religion and said that hi is pleased with the growing cordial relationship and constructive tional president. The delegation included Maurice Bisgyer. executive vice president of B'nai B'rith, and Saul Joftes. secretary-general will continue and advance, both in spiritual and temporal matters," he stated. The Pontiff made his statement to a delegation of the B'nai B'rith headed by Label Katz, its internaJEWISH SURVIVAL AT STAKE Synagogue Council Suggesting Conference on Intermarriage N'EW YORK—( JTAl—The SynaCouncil of America has denied to take measures against cooperation between Catholics and! 0 1 ,he Bnai Br tn International Jews. "I hope that these relations Council. During the audience, which lasted 20 minutes, Mr. Katz informed Pope Paul that CatholicJewish relationships had been strengthened during the tenure of his predecessor. Pope John XXIII. He voiced the hope that such cooperation "continue to prosper." He emphasized that the Jewish community is taking "profound interest" in the Ecumenical Council's proposed schema dealing with anti-Semitism, religious freedom and Catholic-Jewish relations. Noting that the Council's draft chapter on religious freedom and Continued on Page 14-A ".(• spreading of intermarriage that jeopardize the survival ot American Jewry. The first step in this direction uas t call for a national confer ence of all Jewish religious lead


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Paae 2-C *JfeM#sfftoridkw Friday. March 20, 1964 =*, By EDYTHE SCHINDLER A Gentleman Is Wondering Sorrj s„ sorrj but your slip is showing. \dmittedly, you're a Lovely slight to behoidvou with your graceful lines, your languorous air your subdued yet alluring style. Beiis even ring tor you. But cosmetics are subject ,„ tv elements. They wear thin. Any fastidious, up-to-date lady knows .hat. Slips aie bound{";';;;•; Even Coral Gables, the -City BeauUful, can not camou flage its mesay side all the time. Last year. Albert Jacobson, Miracle Mile merchant and res ident ol the Gables lor the past fourteen years, ran o he utj Commission. And as the neighborhood newspaper po mte out. he was defeated because nc IHIIHH| ia Jev Landed Gentry Nix Idea Albert Jaeobson's first en counter with the prevailing attitudes of the landed gentry in the Gables area occurred when he attempted to rent a store on Miracle Mile. 'They just didn't want any truck with a New York Jew." Mr. Jacobson said. Finally, he was able to negotiate a lease, and Albert Jacobson has become a progressive, dynamic businessman in Coral Gables. He has a-soeiated himself with every civic project and social need of his adopted community. He bas ingratiated himseli with the traditional power structure. He has acquired many "day time friends." %  '1 have tried to conduct myselt in a manner you might describe as the antithesis o chairman of niir.-in;; education. Heart Association ol Greater Miami. Speakers during the all-da) workshop will include Drs. Milton E. Lesser. Matthew Bradley. Hugh Gilmore III Sterling Huntington, Edward si. Mar> and Silverman. I'lirimns of the program will also be handled by Miss Marion Kutnick director ol dietetics, and Mrs. Adeline ilaiduek. assistant director ol Nursing Education at Mi Sinai Hospital \,ivancc registration is request Sylvia Bowes at the Hear) Associ. and ma> I" made with Mrs. ation_ot Greater Mian CIlOOSC your favorite style of HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN GEFILTE FISH •.-^.m***"-*"** 1 7opS'>Ta ? te tualitv! REGULAR ... in liquid broth or jelied sauce jumbo or jnock-size portion!. DE LUXE mode v. i aristocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH axdutiv* with homey thick, shimmering jelled sou: • ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER DISTRIBUTED BY PAL/Vl DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 373 NE. 61it STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA LETS BE] FRANK ABOUT IT! Heinz Kosher B) Varieties are not Kosher for Passover! It is now 27 years since our first pre-Passover announcement, stating that the Q seal of approval on Heinz labels does not apply to Passover. To most of the readers of this publication, therefore, > the repetition is superfluous. But a new generation grows up constantly. Many householders, just starting out, have seen our advertising during the year stressing the Heinz Varieties with the seal. Some of them will .wonder— some of them will guess—some of them will inquire "Does mean 'Pessadick' as well as 'Kosher?" So to one and all, we repeat our annual statement, to avoid all misunderstanding: — "The seal of approval of The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America applies only to the year round use of Heinz Varieties not to Passover." We wish you and your families a happy celebration of the "Season of Liberation." H. J. Heinz Company ^? • r J



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I:ge 4-C Jewish noridian Friday, March 20. 1964 Jewish Gl's Everywhere To Celebrate Passover %  v:v By Special Report NEW YORK — American Jews n ving with the Peace Corps in P; kistan, Liberia and Ethopia and with State Department missions ir Thailand. Vietnam and India will observe Passover thousands of miles from an organized Jewish community because of arrangen JWB to Jewish servicemen and thiir di pendents and I" hospitahz> veterans were also made availc this year, on request, to a limited number of Jewish civilians duty with American missions oad through Ihe JWB's WornOrganizations' Services. Passover services, Sewarim on base in synagogues, Jewish Community Centers and other community facilities, home hospitality and, at many installations special Passover meals for the entire eight days of the holiday, have been organized in the U.S. and overseas by the 370 full and part-time Jewish chaplains, regional JWB consultants and over 200 local JWB Armed Services Committees. Jewish chaplains will officiate 1 Passover services in Vietnam, K< rea, the Philippines. Japan. Okinawa. France. Turkey, Alaska. Canal Zone. Great Britain and % NOW! % \ Z for magic-easq meal*. .Z : VV KOSHER : 1 SLICED BOLOGNA! WHNO KOSHER Site*/ BO LOON A Hawaii. Jewish GIs trained by the chaplains will preside at Passover festivities in Guantanomo Bay. Greenland. Spain, Greece and North Africa. Two civilian rabbis will lly to. bases in the Atlantic on special Passover military missions. Rabbi Isaac Neuinan. of Temple Judah, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will presiCe at Passover services to be held at Lajes Air Force Base. Azores. Rabbi David Max Eichhorn, director field operations. JWB Commission on Jewish Chap laincy. will be at Kindley Air Force Base. Bermuda, on a sim ilar assignment. On-base Passover services or home hospitality in nearby communities will also be held for Jewish personnel at hundreds of domestic installations and Veterans Administration hospitals. JWB is the agency authorized by the IS Department Ol !>• %  fense lo meet the religious, morale and welfare needs "i Jews in Ihe U.S. Armed Forces and in V'A hospitals. Trophies Will Be Awarded Trophies for achievement, enterprise and contribution t>> the club welfare will be awarded on Saturday 8 30 p.m., prior to the Debs dinner dance at the Deauville lintel for B'nai B'rith Girls. Election ol an escort as "Heart Throb Ol 1964" will also be conducted, according to Nikki Jaye Nedbor, in charge ol arrangements THE TRADITIONAL SUGAR FOR PASSOVER We wish everyone a joyous holiday and every pleasure of the Passover Season. To this end, Domino Sugars have l>een under the su|>ervision of Rabbi Hersch Kohn for many years. CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER % U U<* A P ^ GRANULATED • CRYSTAL TABLETS HOSTESS TABLETS SPECIAL PASSOVER RECIPES on Domino Sugar pour spout packages: '.'. ringuc and luscious Cheese Cake on the 5-lb. sire. [ sus Feast Day Cookies and Cheese Cake on the 2-lb size. nos 1 ? -lira U._ mmmmm& tm* *•; MW -ig%  &f u ma nish-tanawV %  ftad/toflofvel All Products Kosher Fcr Passover • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicogo) MIAMI BRANCH 2T81 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Is there a Jew who does not know the significance of this time-honored question, and the ancient tradition of its answer? What greater nachas does the ohservant Jew enjoy than the deep-rooted pleasure of having the youngest son ask on Seder night: "Why, father... why is this night distinguished from all other nights?" What a deep feeling of pride we have in the niemorv ot the day when we, as children, were first privileged to ask this question of our lather! Thousands of years of tradition lie behind the answer he gave us because our history as a free people began with Passover. Only after the Exodus came the Tablets with the Ten Commandments; then came our Torah and the Laws that have guided us during the centuries; and r/ien came our Sages who transmitted this sacred heritage to us. Before the first Passover we were a family... a family ol the Twelve Tribes; it was alter the Exodus that we became a nation ... a People Of The Torah unswerving and undaunted in our rendezvous with destiny, dedicated to the service of G-D and humanity Little wonder that Passover is fraught with such inspiring significance. Why does the youngest son ask The Four Quest ions' It is not mere chance that our Sages decreed that the youngest member of the family be given the honor ot asking The Four Questions: in their infinite wisdom the Sages realized that the preservation of PESACH depended upon its transmission from father to son Ihus each father repeats the same answer year alter year, century after century, so that we may keep the meaning of Pesach alive in our hearts, and not merely as words in a book. Just so we Streits accepted from our father the sacred trust of baking matzos. For hall a century in this blessed land we have been privileged to bake Passover matzos for our fellow Jews. We are gratelul to possess this coveted trust to observe the rigid precepts of Kashruth which go with it. We are proud to bake Shmtirah Matzo that the most pious, most learned, most reverent Jew. and "Kol Ylsroel," all our brethren.. may confidently use for the Afikomen With every Jewish father who breaks the Afikomen and bestows it piece by piece upon his shining-faced brood, we shire a historic gladness; from every Jew who graces his Passover table with our matzos we derive a kovod more precious to us than the gold ol Ophir. May we in all humility say this: The House of Streit has been blessed with good fortune: through the vears our ovens have been busy; trucks, trains and boats have carried our products to every corner of Ihe world wherever there are Jews; mam. main are the "daily" Kosher products ihafbear our name But the) are all secondary to the true purpose ol our continued existence the observant and traditional ""king ol Passover matzos that continue oi obligation handed down to us. father to son. father to son. lather to son' And this is what we learned from our father, Aron Streit. of blessed memory. the mandate ol Kashruth, the unhowine fidelity to correctness, -he traditional family formula responsible for Ihe unmatched taste and quality of Streit matzos I his precious heritage from our lather we are proud to pass on to our children, even unto the voungesi grandson who. on this coming Passover, will historically u ma nish'tanaw...?" him' W happHy P roud 'y. 'hankfully will wc answer Jack and Irving Streit for THE STREIT FAMILY ) Streit's has everything Kosher for Passover! MATZOS • EGG MATZOS WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS MATZO MEAL • MATZO FARFEL GEFILTE FISH • CATSUP BORSCHT • FRUIT SLICES MACAROONS • PRESERVE6 CAKE MIXES WITH BAKING PANS Situate passover matzos 7^ under rabbinical supervision of RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK



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%  Page 12-B Mttt&J. fhcridlan Friday. March 20, 1964 Pompano Farmer to Dedicate Cedars Hospital Wing to Late President Kennedy A Horatio Algcr story comes to a heart-warming climax in Miami, for Sam Siegcl, of Pompano. He is a farmer with a great love for his country—and for former president John F. Kennedy. When he endowed an eightroom wing on the Cardiac floor Of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, he made a decision. The entire wing would honor the late President whom he admired, and the memorial plaque would reflect it. On Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Siegcl will wield a mallet to deliver the first official taps on the bronze brackets attaching the wall plate. i Present at the dedication ceremonies will be trustees and board members, department heads and government officials. Siegel's endowment will make possible the completion of a portion of the patient rooms in the fourth lloor Cardiac section, it was announced by Hospital President Harry L. Lewis. Administrator S. K. Bronsteir. will greet Siegcl upon his arrival tribute to the fourth generation farmer, a rarity these days, and to shake the hand of the quiet little man who is doing so much for others. Invited to participate in the ceremonies will be Rep. Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell, Mayor Robert King High and Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. The dedication program will in memory of the 35th Pi elude a public reading of the triesJohn F. Kennedy—from om sage on the bronze memorial the American system has plaque, which' is inscribed: "In In gratitude.'' SAM SIEGAl tident, whom helped. Summer Fun For Chidren Outdoor Activities Beckon— Left !o right are Charles Mandlestam, Doral Club pro, Sam Sharrow, pro from Ellenville. N.Y., and Rex Moss, Israeli coif champion at Caesarea Golf Club in Isiael. Moss this week made his U.S. debut in the Doral Hotel and Country Club Tournament. The S50.000 Doral Open is in its third annual presentation, running through Sunday. Rabbi Levi Guest At B'nai Raphael Pulpit guest during Friday evening services at Congregation B'nai Raphael last week was Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi. of Canada. Kabbi Harold Kichter. the congregation's spiritual loader, officiated. Born and educated in Toronto, P.abbi Levi is a graduate of the University ol Toronto and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He was the first Jewish chaplain on foreign -oil during World War II. serving in the Southwest Pacific, Rablii Levi discussed tne aims of the United Synagogue of Anieriia and "the recapture of Jewish attitudes" through the organization. Belli Am summer program, sponsored by Temple Beth Am under the direction of Hal Kinsler. is in its fifth year and caters to the individual child's age level activities—recreational, educational, religious and good fellowship. Sessions of two 4-week terms will be featured, with special arrangements being made this year for 2-week registrations for those who arc not available for the longer terms. Beth Am boasts a returning staff each year of professional teachers, matured counselors and well qualified specialists. Added to this year's staff will be a well-known drama and dance instructor. Completion of construction on the Temple grounds will provide additional space for outdoor sports. Beth Am operates on a limited registration so as to insure quality in its programing. Registration is open, and application blanks are available at ihe Temple Office, 5950 SW 88th St. CAMP DIRECTORY FLORIDA Camp Gan Israel of Florida Children 6 to 16 located in Dcland Heights. Deland 250 miles from .Miami Office at 918 6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694. 534-0421 Camp Ocala Boys and girls 5 lo 16 Located in Ocala National Forest Write 1541 V Bayshore Dr Miami Or call FR 1-7858. FR 9-86' 1 Continued on Following Pjae RABBf ELIEZER LEV! Conservatives To Meet Tuesday Jewis h Political Conservatives I Jr. will speak on the United Nawill meet Tucs;'av evening, 8 p.m., tions. at the South Miami Savings and t Arth r Bloom president of the .,,. Jewish Political Conservatives, I*an Association Building. 6075 wi „ con( | uct tho meeting, and a f-Junset Dr.. So. Miami. Ted Slack' discussion will follow Slacks talk. t£ 4*^^ GALA CRUISES WJ*> A $P ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED BF>. yS/S FLORIDA ^ A if MA"NASSAU ^ b 3-DAY Cruises mmmmmmmm ^0 rpoM*S9 %  All meals—inrlnrtinufMtiwa *• *t FROM 4-DAY Crt FROM *l U OUTSIDE. FIRSTCUSS STATEROOMS! SKIP IS YOUR FLOATlNSMOTCll i. \ LOW CRUISE FARES INC LUBE: %  All meals—including festive Captain's Dinner! %  Full entertainment program—Cruise Director, floor shows, movies, games and prizes, calypso band! %  %  Captain's Cocktail Party I \'. %  Continental breakfast! si Midnight snacks! 'ft %  Duty-free shopping on board! New Camp Ready To Open in N.Y. A dramatic new concept in Jewish traditional camping has just become available. It is Hili International Camp which will bring together Jewish youngsters from many lands to live, play, and grow together in a Torah-inspired atmosphere. Located on the site of fabulous White Roe Lake, Livingston Manor. N. Y., Hili International Camp will provide a unique cultural exchange program. The camp, which is directed byRabbi Jacob I. Nislick and the Hebrew Institute of Long Island, features the finest possible plant. To have the widest possible selection of those who qualify, tuition lor the eight week season has been set at $475. The camp is for boys and girls, ages 5 to 16. Additional information may be obtained from Hili International Camp, Suite 901. 225 W. 34th St.. New York.—S.T. Everyone is switching to the H,U NEW INTERNATIONAL CAMP BOYS and GIRLS 5-16 8 WEEKS S 175 A FINE CAMP AT A FAIR PRICE UNIQUE CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM Located ot Fabulous White Roe lake, Livingston Manor, N.Y. TOP PHYSICAL PLANT — 1 1-2 mile prtvate Like • course • driving range • tennis • archery • riflery • sailing • scuba diving • indoor gym • rec h.-.lls. COMPLETE RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP TRAINNG PROGRAM C.I.T.. WAITERS WAITRESSES. STAFF AIDES. J.C. C Hebrew Institute ol Long Island R.nbbi J.icob I. Nislick. Executive Director Write HILI INTERNATIONAL CAMP, Suite 901, 225 West 34th St., New York 1, N.i„ or call 212 PE 6-0643 nrl GA -->•! water s'< ig f CAMP JUDAEA OUR '1th SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. VACHON (Leaders*, r Trair (8th 9th 10th Grade) OFFARIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT (4th %  5th Grade) <6th 7th Grade) IN THE PICTURlSaUl BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS • ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS • ARTS A CRAFTS • NATURE STUDY MUSIC—DRAMATICS • RESIDENT NURSI3 • Israel Fostered Through Activity, Play. Modern Hebrew, Daily and Sabbath Services — Dietary Lawa Observed mum TRADITION and WRIT Of [KITZ FEE: $235 Per Session. Plus $10 Registration Fee $455 Full Season, Plus $10 Registration Fee REGISTRATION LMITEO TO 170 CAMPERS FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21 SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Auq. IB FUll SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. IS SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION Sponsored by HADASSAH 4 2.O.A. -M.-nil,. i Imerlran fs g i FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE GEORGf STERN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, C: LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556 % %  9) J0Y CRUISES SAIL \ rIOYS AT 4:45 PM V For reservations, tee your Travel Agent, or CTmUCUID M Pier No. 2, Biscayne Blvd. & lOih St. OltAMoHlr lill. Miami,Florida33101 • FR9-3836 Member of the distinguished Fiagler System "70 years experience in passenger steamship service" ... "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Pu-pose" BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains) GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS Campers meet at nearby NEW all-weather resort Airport 17 HI SEASON IN GREATER MIAMI AREA PLEASE CONTACT: MRS. Lll ROSEN FR 18205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlan ic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private Estate with, two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pi LrHif? t S,lal Camping "Cities. Six separate prograi i Trin m "W UP8 l!0S1(l< n, P^tei !" Tutor,,,, aVailab MASK "PRIM A S M.f n(l Smoky %  • %  %  Special pre-seas HASKhrBALL CAMP. Itequest 44-page catalog ^ R A CT AD R D S ., 0 C F L BIUE STAR CAMPS WllL IN THE MIAMI AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVES FOR APPOINTMENT. Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin ,.„ Full.time Winter Address: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309



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bers of a committee meeting in the home of Mrs. Robert Sussmcn, 7932 SW 13th St., plan iheir participation in the .New Look of '64 Luncheon'' of the Younq Women's Division o: Combined Jewish Appeal taking place at 'he Dupont Plaza Hotel on Tuesdo". Left to riaht aro Mis. Sussman,Mrs. Leo Scherker, 185 SW 85th Ave.; Mrs. Solomon Lcnster, 8530 SW 20th St.; Mrs. Howard Trinz, of Coral Gables; and Mrs. Richard Brickman. 7675 SW 132nd St. n J bv ISABEL GRCVE Polly (Mrs. Baron) de Hirsch T. known for her exquisite i lothes, will be among the beauiifully-gowned women attending i< elegant dinner dance on Sunthe group base

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I Friday. March 20, 1964 kwlsti noridiain DR. STANFORD TO RECEIVE AWARD Annual ADL Regional Board Meeting Will Hear Resignation of Nate Perlmutter Page 13-A LEGAL NOTICE A highlight of the annual meetng Hi the Florida Regional Board i the Anti Defamation League of Cnai B'rith will be a public fareell to Nate Perlmutter, executive irector of the Florida ADL office. Perlmutter'8 resignation effecive in June was announced Wedesday by Burnett Roth, chairman I the Florida ADL board. Perllutter will be leaving to assume he executive directorship of the ew York Regional Office of the \DL. Annual meeting of the Florida board is scheduled for this Sunday at the Everglades Hotel. Issues to be discussed will include separation of church and state here and discrimination in priate clubs. Business sessions will begin at 30 a.m., in the Baynan Room of v Everglades, with Board c hairan Roth conducting the meeting ,'i port will also be offered by Seiderman, past Florida nard chairman, Highlight of the luncheon session • the presentation of the : l L. Abess Human Rela\ ard to Dr. Henry King president of tinUniver. Miami. Or. Stanford will receive the award as a "resolute chompion of man's right to freeiy pursue ideas" and "for having zealously protected the treasures of education: to teach, to question, to discover truth in an atmosphere free of political restrictions." The Abess award is presented innually by the noted philanthropist and long-time ADL leader. It ij'ludes a plaque and a grant of *" %  [$1,000 to ADL for research in the :ield of human relations. DR. HENRY KING STANFORD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2872 l. s HLEASON, JR., B* Admlnlatratni of Veterans Affnli-H, an Officer of thi i Hi:.il Stats* ,.( Ami ii. a, and %  %  .--MIS in such offlci and ino til. Ir I'--1| I'l iiiiii:l. I'ARMKLO SAVCIIKZ. ,-t ux, ei al, I lefendnnts. NOTICE OF SUIT T< I: CARM1 .-,.'. in-./, and i 'I I.I i \ SANCHEZ, h Wlf< If llvlnir, Including an\ unknown KIIIIUHI s i,f said i'. i. ndanla ii ili.-v have .-mati-i.-il. ami If dead, ih.-ir unknown helra, devisees, -t.iitiH-s, assignees, creditor**, I.. ii..i-.~. trustees, and ;• II either lieraona claiming by, through, under or attains) these Defendants, uii..-, residences are unknown: VOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .i anil has been brouithl agalnsi >MU by .1. E. Uleuson, JR., as Administrator of Vetcans Affairs, an ei i. ,i" •• %  "on•'•--.. lered H s: i im for i In I el • f ili nanded In ili mIH %  I %  iTEl '3th da.i IU64 I-:. II. I.EATI-IKRM \ ,...; e circuit I II i!:•:• %  I • I il' \ \ I. iv clerk DAVID P I'ATSMAN %  %  [l. Streel Miami :'.:'. Florida 20-27 ::-!'i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY UDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61873C IN RE: Estate of ISADOItE SCHWARTZ, R k a ISM II 'It SCHWARTZ, a k a ISII IRE SCHWARTZ, I '. -,-.| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ail Persons Having Claims ..r De ida Against Said Hi You anhereb) notified and rei|uired i" p.,.-.in .HI' clalma and deiiiamis \\hi,-ii you may have agalnat the eatate of Isadore Schwarta, a k a laldor Schwaru, a k a Isidore Schivorta deceased late of Dade County, Elorida, in ili.County Judges ol Dade Count}-, and file the sain.in duplicate anil as provided III Section 733.16, Klorlda Statutes, in their offlci In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Elorida, within six calendar montha %  i the time of the first publication hereof, ,.i the same "ill inbarred. Dated al Mi mil. Elorida, ilii.Srd da) of March, AM 1964, Rl'DOLPH SCHWARTZ As Administrator First publication of this notl n ih.' 13th .lay of March, ISM. %  I I 'Will LIEBMAN Attorney for Administrator 20 S.K. I si Ave, Miami. Florida 3 13-20-27, i 3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN tl I the iMMli-i'siKinil, •!•-ii inn to engata in business under the flclttloda nun %  of CCSTOMER RELATION SERVICE .ii Suite •i". 420 Lincoln Road, lllai i Beach, Pin., Int' nd i" register II. in., u iili the 'lerk of the Cli"cuil Court "i Did. County, Florida. EDWARD I.. BERNS Sole i Iwner P.U'L KWITNBV HILVERSTEI N, KWITNEY & i ;i li'DISS' Attorne} for A ppllcant 120 Lincoln Road 3. 13-.'0-27. I 3 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-21214 NATE PURLMUTTER NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJ1VEN that the undersigned, desiring t gagi In business under the fictitious name of APEX SUPPLY al ".TIT Southwest Eighth Street. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ..f Dade County, Elorida, BEACTV AND BARBER SUPPLIES, INC. Attorneys: [SHAPIRO, PRIED A WEIL. Baa*. | in? Lincoln Road—Suite lit-It Miami Beach, Florida 3313!" 8/13-20-27. 1/8 wnMtmwuiMumiwimMinmtMMmiMmmiimmmMMUMiMMmnmnumumtii Tlie WELCOME mat is out • • • at JEFFERSON, m,. NATIONAL BANK OF %  *: ;*• MIAMI BEACH *• %  301-41 at Street (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) at Pinetreo Driva FULL BANKING SERVICES Checking Accounts Bank-by-Mail Drive-in Tellers Collections Savings Accounts Letters of Credit All Types of Loans Safe Deposit Boxes Christmas Club Accounts FULL TRUST SERVICES Transfer Agents Guardianships Executorships Custody Accounts Trusteeships Estate Planning Escrow Accounts Registrar Pension and Profit Sharing Plans Business Hours: 9:30 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Daily Drive-in Tellers & Walk-op Tellers: 8:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. WIN A FREE TRIP FOR TWO! Open your account it JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK and enter our "JeHersonlend" contest. Simply come into Jefferson National Bank and open your account, then fin in in entry blank estimating the number of Jefferson head nickels in the jar located in the main lobby. Winner receives a free trip for two including roundtrip plane tickets to Washington, D.C.-Accommodations, Rental Cars, and Entertainment Allowance for one week to The Nation's Capital, Monticello (Home of Thomas Jefferson), Historic Wilhamsburg, Vs., and the magnificent University of Virginia (designed by Thomas Jefferson), or the cash equivalent Contest closes Friday, April 10,1964. MEMBER! rtOEHAL HCSKKVC SYSTEM fM£ M**'"* KOeRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION JEFFERSON, A NATIONAL BANK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA AT LAW No. 64L 743 ii >YCB I'Rii %  I-:I: TIKS. IXC, and L'AKI >l.. INC., "f MARGATE, Petitioners, RR( i.\ I 'Mm IR Hi >MES, INC and NATHAN R. l:i >l il '. R-H|mndent8. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED.NG TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE T i I'.ltl lAIlMlli IR III '.\li:s. I\c a Klorid.i ... ] % %  ralloii 1 N VTH \ \ II. Ri M ,i>. AM i i'i • AI.I, i. i'i i I:I: I'KRHI 1NH 1XTERKS PKI >: Vi.r \ I;I: Mi.i:i:i A CI I'I iFIRn to i :' ai illHill K. s.-liulz, .-a. of ihi Juilgi-H ol i liadi I I''|..rk I'M.. il i} iif A|.i II l,y iin%  *..ilul> i %  .|i!ii .1 by law v h} : Ii.i-i --"I the l'.-i i. i .ii ..a fife In n io. ol lowing I i irui* cop.i, I No. -I-H liil; r.i.-ir noniliM Hfler (lnte, fi r vain.ived, \\< inomlHi t.. pa\ Ui lh< ol UiYfU I'Rol'KR I'lKS, IN"'' .i Hoi' In cm-pora! ion, and CAR) 'I.. INC. "I MAHUATK, a l-'lorlilu corporation, 1-*.> i:Thoimand |.'i\.llunih.-.l i -" I.' i I '.I lars, payable al the Bank ..r I mil. County, ••! North Miami Reach, Florida, with interest thereon <>i fi i-r rent, pei annum from date until fully paid. The maker and endorser of this note further BKree to waive demand, noiii f non-payment and protest, and in case suit shall be broug-hl for the collection hereof, or the sum. has tn be collected upon demand of an attorney, t.. jia> reasonable attorney's fees for making such collection. This note may lie prepaid at anytime and in any amount without penalty. This note is snliject to the terms of UII Agreement of Warranty by and between the parties dated June 28, 1361'. This Is one of a series of notes numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4, executed this day by the uiiili rsigned. default .if which will cause the remaining notes to Immediately mature. BROADMOOR HOMES. INC a Florida corporation By: / %  / Nathan B. Rood (seall President, Nathan B. Rood Attest: 8/ Lillian i". Souverin (seal) Secretary, Lillian C. Souverin (SAID NOTE PERSONALLY. ENDORSED IIV NATHAN il. ROOD) which promissory note is alleged in said Petition to have been lost, misla;,l or stolen, should nol be re-established, and i" which said promissory noie the saiil Petition prays that a I true and correct copy thereof be established as and in li.-u ot the original note, and thai said re-established note be decreed to be the sole and rightful property of JOYCE PRtH'KRTIES, INC. and CAROL, INC. of MARUATE. HEREIN PAIL N( IT. WITNESS my ban,l and seal of said f'ourl al the Counts Court House, Dade County, Florida, this 5th day ui March, 1964. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of said Court (seal) By: c. P. COPELAND, Deputy Clerk sro.NDKi: ami BLOOM Attorneys for Petitioners \'H S.K. 125th Street North .Miami. Florida 3S161 759-8338 :i IS-20-S7, I 8 application for a tax deed i" be Issui d ili' %  eon. Said Certlfl iti embraces the following described property in the County of Dade, Si ,,f Florida, to-wlt: i: 20 Ft M I. of W :l77.ii Ft M/L ,.f S 1". Ft of NVV l-l ,,r SW l-l ,,r bWl-4 lass s 25 Ft Section 34, Township 52 South, Range ll liast, containing 08 Acres mor< .... t..^-u i, tl,,. Pminlv of liadc. I. J .'II .A. 1 ... III--.. the County of Dade, State of Florida. i'ii, assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name • %  < Sidney Cooper. I'nless said certificate shall be r. deemed according t" law, the property described herein "ill be Bold i" the highest bidder al (he Court Hi door on the first M lay in the month of Vprll, I984, which is the *J11 da ..I April, I94. Date ,i -lii2nd (1 is of March, K. B. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk i 'ii -i • .nit. l >ade County, Florid i ii 'ii cull i' Us It. M. LEEPER, DC. %  %  %  NOTICE BY PUBL CATION IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 64C 2021 SAM \NNA BARD -I 11 :> 111.. 11. r, n rant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You VNNA BAKU SPIEC.EL h, reb\ IK lifled Compls I |l ,..,. ,has 'ii %  n file 1 Hgalnsl yu and you an req tired to sery. copy "f your Answer or Pleading ,„;. Complainl on the Plaintiffs attorney. Ki.MMKI. & R"BR8i .':" ,.„ ,,| M i: i. Miami Beach, Florldn and file the original Answi r a other I'leading In the office "i th> ,-|, rk of Hi. Clivull Court no pr De fore ihnib day of April. 1984, 11 I *,,u fail t" '1" s... Judgment by default win be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint %  This notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive weeks ill T1I1C JEWISH FI.i 'HUMAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 11th day Of March, AD. K. B. I.F.ATHKKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, I'ade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: L SNEEDEN, Deputy t lerk Kii.MMF.l. & KiKiKRS 420 Uncoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 33139^^,,. m OF KV** MIAMI BEACH 301 -41st Street (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) at Pinetree Drive / Phone: Jefferson 2-6451 m IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62391 A In RE: Estate of SAMUEL I,. CURTIS, I ieceased. CREDITORS and All Persona 1 i. mands Agalnat notified and rem> claims and deNOTICE TO To All Creditors Having claims or Said Estate: Y.iu arc hereby quired t" pr os e n l mands which you may have against tlu .slate of SAMUEL I.. Cl'RTiS deceased late of Dad,County, Florida, to the County Judges of Made County, and rile the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 73S.lt, Florida Statutes, in their ntflces in the County Courthouse in Dade County, I-loiida, within six calendar months from the time Of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. I'al.-.i at Miami, l-l. i ida. this 12th day of March. AD. 1!>64. s BERTHA CURTIS BERTHA OURTIS, also known as BIRDIE Cl'RTIS \s Executrix Plrsl publican,in ,.t this notice on tlie L'ntb day of March. 19H4. ARONOVITZ, SILVER *i SCHER Attorneys for Executrix 6 U Alnal -> Building, Miami. Fhv I W-27 4/3-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62349-A IN RE: Estate of 1. A JONES, also Knoyn as LESLIE ALLAN JONES, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You arc hcr.by notified and required to present any claims and demandwhich you may have against the .--late nf I.. A. JONES, also known as LESLIE ALLAN JONES deceased late "f Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file tin same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida statutes, in their offices In Hi. Cunity Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication or the same n ill be bai i, d Dated at Miami. I'l..rida. this Hull ,la\ of March, A.D. 1964 A. JAY CRISTOL As Administrator Flrsi publication of this notice on the 13th day "I March. 1964. A. JAY CRISTOL, Attorney for Administrator li'.th Floor, Dade Federal Hldg. 21 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Fla 3 i:',-20-27. 4/3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. I NPROBATE No. 61748-A in RE: Estate of BERTRUM H. ROGERS, S*R. 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which > ou may have against the estate of HERTRPM H. ROOKRS. SR.. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Horlda Statutes, In their Offices in the County Courthouse in Oade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same, will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4th day of March. A.D. 1964. CHARLE8 B. RIM; Kits As Administrator First publication of this notice on tin 6th day of March, 1964. SHF.V1N. iMHiDMAN & HOLTZMAN By: SYLVAN N. HOLTZMAN Attorney for Administrator 346 S. ybold Itnilding Miami 32, Florida 3/6-13-20-27



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r Friday. March 20, 1964 +Jtmisli fhridi^r f Samet Takes Part In Texas Talks Seymour Samet, Florida executive director of American Jewish Committee, will serve as a special trainer af the AJC Leadership Institute bemg held in Austin, Tex., this weekend. Samet, a specialist in group dynamics, will conduct several sessions on "Leadership and Problems of Group Behavior." As a member of the training faculty, he will also participate in discussions of current community relations problems. The Institute is one in a series designed to train lay members of the AJC in techniques for increasing community leadership skills. Samet has conducted similar training projects in Duck Key, Fla.; Chattanooga. Tenn.; and Hunt. Tex. Page 13-B Bank Dividend Approved i Directors of the. Metropolitan Bank of Miami, meeting Thursday, approved the regular quarterly COSh dividend of twenty cenYs per"} share, payable Apr. 24. to stockholders of record as of Apr. 10. Film Showing On Mrs. FDR j A film on the life of Eleanor Roosevelt, with narration by Mike Wallace, was to be shown at the monthly luncheon meeting of the Louise Wise Chapter. American Jewish Congress, on Thursday. To be held in the Monte Carlo Hotel starting at 11:30 a.m.. the affair was also to feature vocal selections by Mrs. Joseph White. program vice president, with accompaniment by Binah Barnett, I Surfside Elects Howard Mayor In Tuesday Race i Cunncilnifln' Lee Howard became Mayor of the Town Council of Surfside in Tuesday's election. Mrs. Reah Cashman Gladuin became the first woman to be elected to the Council, linishing third in a field of six candidates, receiving 457 votes. Dan Piver, vice president of the Surfside Civic Association, won a four-year term as second candidate with 597 votes. Howard, top man, garnered 626 ballots. Losers included Raymond L. Wise. 427; Kenneth A. Wolis, 405; and John R. Spatz. 184. Mayor Howard succeeds Sidney King, who still has two years to serve on the Town Council with Louis Hoberman. YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA Offers You the Opportunity of Sending Your Child to a Kosher Camp and at the same time he will be close by. FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16 •Centrally foceteff in Deland Heights, Defend, m".,~150 Miles from Miami 8 WEEKS, June 22 Aug. 16— $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225 ALL ACTIVITItS • SWIMMING • SPORTS • ARTS & CRAfTS • PROftSSIONAL COUNSELORS • DOCTOR ana* NURSE All Those Registering Before April 10 ore Eligible for o 10% Discount. A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew Classes OFFICE LOCATED AT 918-6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694, 534-0421 Tun in Sun' Planned by Camp Directors Continued from Preceding Page Camp Simchah Children 4 to 13 Temple Adatli Yeshurun 1025 \K Miami Garden Dr., Miami I "i information call Wl 7 1435 GEORGIA Sky Lake Camps Boys and girl 7 to 17 Located in Sautee Li cal representath>.Ira and Donna Steinmetz, 62 Sid and Marilyn Greenspan, H i 5-6304 'i Write P.O Box 159, Miami 45 NEW YORK Hili International Camp Boys and girls 5 to l<> Located at Livingston Manor Write Hili International (-'amp. .Suite 901. 225 W. :i4th St.. New York 1, X.Y. NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star (.amp Girls and boys 7 to 17 Located in Hendersonville Write to Harry (!. and i Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1-8205 Mrs. Roz Sutta, HI 6-184 Harry Kaplan. WA 2-1162, \VA 3-1577 Camp Judaea For boys and girls Located in Hendersonville Write George Stern. Director 50 Whitehall St. S.W. Atlanta :;. Georgia Local information: Ph. 758-8385, JE 1-5556 Camp Pinewood Boys and girls 5 to 17 Locate I m Hendersonville Call Dr. and Mrs, Donald Michelson, MO 7-1808, MO • Fli and Fran Meltzer JE 1-6776, JE 8-8696 &"/>QtMA IN FLORIDA'S COOt OCAIA NATIONAl fOREST At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16J will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily waterskiing, swimming, and horseback riding-no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts 11 to every 3 children-triple the average). • Bo.itci-.fl. Tennis. Archery. Dramatics, Team Sports. Rillery. Golf. Arts & Crifts • Fulltime Licensed Physician and 3 Registered Nurses • Friday Night Sabbath Services • Starts June 2< Full 8 or 4 Week Sessions • C.ill or Write for Full Details: 10th Year OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 DIRECTORS: Dr. Theodore R. Struhl — Benjamin Miller Major Leonard Wollman — Robert H. Wollman I) i 9784 Herman M I'opkm lioo Crescent Avenue. N.E. Atlanta, Ga. Local representatives?; % % > r > > % BETH AM SUMMER PROGRAM PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE AGE LEVEL OF YOUR CHILD FULL DAY SESSIONS CHILDREN 5 to 12 .MM: 15 to AUGI-ST a SHORT PERIOD REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED DANCE & DRAMA • SWIMMING • BOWLING SKATING • HORSEBACK RIDING Staffed by Qualified Teafchers and Mature Counselors. Specialists with years of experience. — Hal Kinsler, Director. PHONE 666-2536 TEMPLE BETH AM S9S0 N. KENDALL DR. (S.W. 88th St.) MIAMI 56, FLORIDA < < < < < i\ V 4 4 < J\ TENNESSEE Belle Aire Ranch Camp Boys and girls 8 to 17 and Camp Belle Aire Boys and girls 6 to 16 Located in Sparta BELLE AIM RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELIE AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE %  A TOP THE COOt CUMBERIAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN." Belle Aire liamii Camp tamp Belle Aire CAMP SIMCHAH TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP — HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 22nd THROUGH AUGUST 14tlj. 4 to J3 fears — Transportation — All Outdoor & Indoor Activities %  + • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 I Under the direction of Martin Knouel. member of faculty at I Norland J.nior H'nh School. Select Staff of teachers, conn. | selors and specialty instructors Write Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Komisar. Directors Route No. 7. Sparta. Tenn. Local representative: Mrs. Betty Metlika .1140 SW l.ith St.. lil .-1-3751 ISRAEL Kfar Hayarok Buys and girls 1-1 to 17 Contact : Israel llistadrnt Committee, No. 1 Lincoln Suite 214, JE 8-1231 TOR B0VS AND GIRIS 817 Specializing in HORSEBACK RIDING SHODEOS & ROPING WEEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS. OVERNIGHT A TRAIL RIDES SWIMMING 4 BOATING ATHLETICS & CRAFTS Dormitory-type Building Meals are simple, nourishing and well balanced. $120 for 2 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) FOR BOYS AND GIRIS 6-17 A Complete Camping Program • FOSTERING of all the -ARTS" • WATER SPORTSATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RIDING RODEO ARENA • 5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP • TRIP-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.) • ARCHERY—RIFLERY FENC.NG Kosher Food Upon Request. Special attention to underweights. Registered Nurse on 24-Hour Duty. or $330 for 6 weeks i $400 for 5 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JUNE 6 to JUIY 17 DATES JULY 19 to AUG. 23 For Full Information and Brochures CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami Telephone HI 3-3751 OR WRIT! MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tenn. v *rm 4 Our 10th Year "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS CAMP PINEWOOD HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 3.1 I TEARS OF CAMPING EXPERIENCE — f MM if SAME MANAGEMENT THREE FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS in the POCONOS of PENNSYLVANIA LAKE OWEGO for Soys • Athletics • Water Sports • Canoe Trips • Fishing • Scouting • Private Lake 4 Weeks $275 6 • Weeks $410 8 • Weeks $525 PINE FOREST CAMP CO-ED ALL WATER AND CAMP SPORTS SEPARATE CAMPS 3 MILES APART TIMBER TOPS for Girls • Water Sports • Pioneering • Private lake • Cantpcroft • Canoe and Vagabond Trips 4 Weeks $275 6 Weeks $410 8 Weeks $525 2500 It. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains, cool, invigorating healthful climate — 97 allergy free where the growth and development of each child is guided with love, experience and understanding — mature, skilled counselor staff — Sabbath Services — full cultural and athletic program — tutoring. CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED THE DIRKT0RS Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michelson tli and fran Meltter MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776-JE 8-8696 Accredited Mcrob. Anui ... i <'.. lining As: Grade "A" Rjrmg \.C. Biur.l of HCMIIII F0R INFORMATION AND BROCHURES CO NTACT OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: FITHIAN STUDIO OF DANCING & DRAMA, 323 W. 47th STREET, JE 1-7883 $ KY LAKE (zmfli HIOH IN THl BLUi NIOOC MOUNTAINS • Hi'ic GEORGIA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities. Registration for 1964 Season is Now Open IRA I DONNA STEfNMETZ-Comp Direefors-SiD I MARILYN GREENSPAN Ph. 624-0692 Ph. Wl 5-6904 P. O. Box 159 — Miami 45, Florid*