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

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

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(Jewish. Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folume 38 Number 3
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 15. 1965
Thiee Sections Puce 2C '
iionist Congress Reelects Goldmann, Sharett
oviet Jewry and Bonn
?dentists Figure Heaviiy
In Talks Among Delegates
EIM S \LEM- i JTA i The situ-
u, ,,| jovicl Jew rj the status
,, ; nan ientists work
capons for t;* Nasser re-
i; > pi. .ui I the battle over
|v..-i German deadline on pros-
i,.m oi Nazi war criminals and
,, (i. iii n ol Israel dominated
of the 26th World Zionist
II here.
N'ahum Goldmann. president
ii' World Zionist Organization,
gc.i oni the problems In several
. He expressed the opin-
hii.ii the Soviet Union had more
L in e than the United States
il. Vrab rulers and that Israel-
peace was more .likely to
\ ia Moscow than Washing-
He said that lor tfiis reason,
should be more interested
ptt. r relations with Russia and
iotcd that Israel was taking
in thai direction. He empha-
the miportanir ol stren lit
Israel's deterrent capacity
le a'so appealed to the Soviet
|cn to allow the reunion of
ilies and emigration of Rus-
Jews to Israel, adding that
situation of Soviet Jewry
jid remain world Jewry's
number one problem and that it
was the duty of world Jewry to
irouse public opirion on the is-
sue. He assertec1 that there had
not been any improvement in
the situation of Russian Jewry.
However, he suggested that the
dissatisfaction voiced i>\ some
i ommunist parties In various
1i intries "\i r the iieatmenl ol
Russian Jews mil hi bring about
Continued on Page 8-A
Eshkol Walks Out As
Herut Accuses Mapai
Of Racial Discrimination
MOSNf SHARETT
Jewish Agency Chief
NO COMMENT FROM CHASE
Arabs 'Drop Boycott
Of New York Bank
JERUSALEM(JTAl After a
stormy n i g h I meeting during
v. hich al one point, Isi ael's Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol walked out
ui the session in protesl against
,; Herul member's charge thai the
Mapai Part> practices racial dis-
criminate ,' the 26th World Zion
i i Congress closed here early
ruesda) morning without electing
the next World Zionist Organize
tion's executive.
Election ol the next executive
was left i" the next meeting ol the
Ziom-1 Actions Committee. But
Dr. N'ahum Goldmann and Moshe
Sharett were reelected t>> their
present posts, remaining, respect-
ively, as president of the WZO and
chairman of the Jewish Agency's
executive sharett was elected
unanimously, while Herut abstain-
AVOID CONFRONTATION
U.S. Officials
See Egypt Aid
Help to Israe
u \siii\t; i'uN .'I A Unit
States officials stressed this we
what they said was the necessi
to continue aid to Eaypl in order
lo use American influence to sa
guard Israel b> modifying Ai
attitudes
The officials said thai it >vo
\KE DECISION
[rael Premier
.Iks on TV
)\\ .it '. Premier Lev i
.1 iold Ihe German people
eek in lelev is id press i on
re vith German newsmen
the initiative for lull diplo
i relations between Wesl
Bui \ and Israel should mine
Wesl German) He said this
[a moral and ethical question,
pot morel) one of diplomatic
stressed that Ihe Arab coun
needed Ihe Western world
in ire than the West needed
[Arabs, and thai the West
ili: realize this and not allow
blackmail ol Western coun-
lie added that West C.cr
should have the courage t<>
its own decision on that
i disclosed that Israel had
tested against East Ger-
rty's refusal to pay indemni-
Ition to victims of the Nan
and stressed that West Ger-
had correctly fulfilled its
nmitments to Israel under the
par .itions treaty between the
countries. However, he said,
b< payments covered only a
rt of the property stolen from
iropean Jews.
ced ii I-rael might ask for
nts from West Germany, Ihe
jnier said this was possible
Continued on Page 11-A
NEW YORK(JTA) The *rab
League's anti Israel boycotl office
.it Damascus, announced this week
lhat it has "suspended" its threat-
ened blacklisting ol the Chase
Manhattan Bank ol New Y irk as
ii- agent for Israel Bond Iransac
lions.
l e Arab Boycotl Committee
threatened the hank, winch has e\
!. ii -1 \ e finam ial ope i ations in Ihe
\rah -lairs, that It WOUld be
red from such dealings it it did
not t-ompl) b) Dee 31 with its re
-UK turn- against trading with
Israel The ultimatum expired on
New Year- Da)
Mohammed Majoub i mmissi m
. i general ol the Vrab '.
Boycott he.ui oflice, announced in
Damascus the suspension the til
timatum. according lo reports
from Syria. A spokesman for the
bank here said Ihe bank had not
leceived an) official word ol the
extension, and had no commenl
on the matter.
The Arab League official said
thai the suspension was approved
..ner the committee received "cer-
tified documents" from Ihe hank
..!nh emphasized that its relations
I-rael were ol "a purel) hank
r nature
He ad led lhat, il all the regional
boycott bureau- in the 13 Arab
Lea "' member states accepted
the documents, Ihe re- ilulion t>
oycott the hank would be drop
He said thai the Egyptian bu
ran had already replied il found
documents salisfactor)
ed on the voting on Dr. Goldmann's
reelection. Pending formation ... '"" dcsl
:. new executive, the old executiv*
will continue to function.
The most heated clash at the
concluding session occurred when
the Congress decided to accept
the "Goldmann plan," recom-
mended by the Congress Steer-
Continued on Page 7 A
confrontation with the Nasser re-
gime through severance "t
and declared thai the terminate
nl th" American role in E
would imperil Israel The) poinle i
out thai the American presence
Cairo was erj important,
suggeste i th.ii Vmei ican did -
Continued on Page 7-A
Congressmen Demand
Action Against Nazis
Russian Press Reported
Still Defaming Many Jews
JERUSALEM JTA -There is
no relaxation in the Soviet press
tendency (a emphasize the Jewish
ness of various "criminals" it was
reported here this week on the
basis of a study made of Soviet
newspapers reaching London The
newspapers included the Moskov
sky Komsomoleti, organ of the
Young Communists in Moscow;
Bakinsk) Babotchy, a daily pub
lished in Baku; and Pravda Uk
rainy, official organ of the I'krati
ian Communist Party, published in
Kiev.
Pravda Ukrainy carried a report
..bout a girl student at the Komel
nitsky Technical School, convicted
0( theft and expelled from the
school. Alter the newspaper re
\ealed that one Of the judges in
the girl's trial was a Jew. named
Oksman. she was given ;i new
trial and reinstated oksman. how-
ever, was dismissed from his iob
as ,i member ol
ministration,
the school's .ui
v. ISHINGTON JTA A num
|.oi ol Congressmen advocated thi-
veek contempt ol Congress pi -
ot on m an American Nazi Part)
.t imi who disrupted
ipening prot eedings ol the House
.n Monday by running onto the
floor shouting Nn/i slogans The
\i n. Robert Lloyd, was released
upon forfeiture ol S2u in c llati
posted b) him with help from
co gc R ickwell.
Rep Charles S Joelson, New
Jerse) Democrat, appealed lo Dis
Iricl "i Columbia legal officers to
bring court action attains! the

acts : '
Rep. Joelson said authorities
have not taken adequate step,
to deal with the Nazis. In lettei s
to D.-.vid C. Acheson, United
States attorney for the District
of Columbia, and Chester Gray,
Corporation Counsel for the Dis-
trict Rep. Joelson asked stronq
legal action against Lloyd and
the Nazi party to stop such inci-
dents.
In flagrant
i o: urn ol tin
defiance ol the
Congress, Nazis in
The same Kiev newspaper re-
ported also that a man named
Mikhail Yakovlevich Veiier,
manager of the railroad depot
at Dihanskoye, in the Crimea,
Continued on Page 16-A
American "Na/i Tarty for "syste- |i,e |ast two years have created dis
matic and deliberate acts ol dis
orderly conduct." He said the Nazi
agitation in the House Chamber
this week was only one incident
n a sene- oi conspiracies "to dis
nub the peace through systematic
turbances during Congressional
-. --urn- including even the dis
pla) ol swastika banners within
the halls ol Congress and intru*
Continued on Page 5-A
'65 CJA Confirms $1,435,080 Goal
FOR RtlATED STORIES
SEE PAGE 1-C
Announcement that the Execu- The goal i- some $50,000 above
live Committee ot the Greater Mi that raised las) year and Slao.oho
ami Jewish Federation has ap- above Ihe amount raised in 1963
... ... ,.,- ...... ,.,. ilia campaign chairman stated
proved the goal <>t S1.43j.OS0 re
ommended h> the 1965 CJA Can*
paign Cabinet was made by DSgj
Irving Lehrman, chairman. '"'1
Sidiiev Lefcourt, president ol Fed-
nation.
"We have chosen a goal that
we feel our CJA campaign can
reach with the help of leaders
of our community. It is import-
ant to us that our goal be one
that meets the needs of our a-,
encies in the community and of
the United Jewish Appeal and
its agencies serving men, worn
en and children in Israel and 30
countries overseas," Rabbi Lehr-
man stated.
Furthermore, our goal must
also be an achievable ami reab--
Contmued on Page 10-A


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Page 3-A
[apian Eulogized at Temple Israel;
in Tenure as Rabbi Here in 1926
sermon thi> man's life
, reflect upon it. Us vx-
solace nuisi miKV W HP
nd layman alike." Dr.
Narot, spiritual leader
. Israel, declared in a eu-
i Jacob II Kaplan, the
. rabbi emeritus, at serv
Friday. Jan. 8.
m died here on Wed
, 6. at the age of 90.
, at 1368 Normandy Dr..
s tenure ;it Temple Is
i he i ongregation grew
.., : hip Ol 213 I" mure
and i- now the largest
up in the Southea I
Narot, in his eulogy at
I Israel at 11 a.m., said:
in life is the saga of our
he adventure of our
-ie journey of one man's
hrough decades of striv-
rough half a century of
ind fulfillment. It was a
- not without frustration
b.ttei trial, but finally it
o an autumn and winter
vde and peace and the
-ce of multitudes."
beloff Quits
urt Bench
Age 70
\~ \(, rON JTA Judge
Sobeloff, Chief Judge ot
\- ited Mate- Court of Appeals
\< Fourth Circuit, embracing
*ates which figured promt-
I the judicial rulings aid
|i pro integration in recent
..- retired because he has
11. the mandatory quitting
i: ro, n was announced here.
t > of Baltimore, he wa-
in the leader-hip of that
ii community for many
ng been president of
r- d "i Jewish Education and
} h Council, a member <>t
I ol Diret tors of the As-
l< i Jewish Charities, a na-
president o I t h e
r Jewish Congress, and
I i a B i ii B'rith lodge
. nited state- Solicitor
I :> i and 1955, and was
y the idiciarj by Presi-
I tver in the latter year,
ie "i the Fourth Cir-
; he assumed in 1958,
i .< highest judicial post,
- ipreme Court, of any
| i bench occupied l>> an
r. Ji u in recent years,
obeloff's circuit embraced
Ii West Virginia, North
E rqlina and Maryland.
Dr. Kaplan, a graduate ol He
brew Union College in Cincinnati.
i(rived his PhD degree from the
I niverslty <>f Denver His wife,
Adele. whom he married in 1910,
died nine year- ago
The Temple Israel rabbi emer-
itus "as a Mason. Elk ami 66-year
Shiiner. He founded and was first
president of the Rabbinical Asso
eiation of Florida and the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
For several years, he taught!
ethics and | hilosoph} at the L'ni-
versify ol Miami, and was the au-
thor ot two books, "The Psychologj
'i Prophecy" and "Sparks Irom a
Mental Anvil.'"
Survivor- in. hide his two neph
(u-. Dr F ll. Kanders and Lester
.Men, two niece-. Mrs. Roma S.
Ullman and Mrs Miriam Mei.-el.
and two cousins
Only last December, he was hun
orcd at a Tempi'' [unction on the
occasion of his 90th birthday.
Pallbearers were Jules Pearl-
man, William O. Singer, Judge
Harold Spaet, Henry E. Wolff,
Myron M. Behrman, Elliott D.
Blumenthal, Arnold Rosen and
Joseph A. Garfield.
Honorary pallbearer- were Sam
A Goldstein, A. .1. Hani-. Sam C.
Levenson, Max Meisel, Sie Men
delson, Nathan c Gumeniok, Da-
vid R. Hochberg and Sam LubySr.
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Volume 38
Number 3
12 Shevat 5725
Friday. January 15, 1965
Florida ADL Board
Meeting Sunday
Florida Regional Board of the Ant:
tarnation League of B'nai B'nth will
id its annual mee'uig this Sunday
the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Up for consideration will be a va-
ly c! issues impoitant to the civil
ertai.an organization, such as dis
imination in social clubs and the rad-
I right and left.
A special luncheon session will be
voted 'o the presentation of the an-
nual Leonard Abess Award in Human
relations, which this year qoes to
ng. Claude Pepper and the St.
tersbuig Times.
The Florida ADL has a long and
rteworthy history in the field of social
' ction against discrimination. Partic-
ularly in Greater Miami, the ADL Of
:-^e has frequently been of cen'ral significance
tackling issues, as well as helping public
w enforcement agencies to come to grips
th the forces of prejudice and bigotry.
The sessions Sunday will be a reflection
c: the endeavor toward which the Anti-Defc-
r ation League makes noteworthy contribu-
t:ons.
Presentation of the Leonard Abess Award,
now in its tenth year, symbolizes the quiet ef-
fort of the award's patron in the eradication of
c.scrimination. For the first time, the citation
v. ill go to *wo recipients. Particularly in the
case of Cong. Pepper, friends of the ADL must
he especially pleased that he will be receiving
ust recognition for his many years of devoted
service on Capitol Hill.
In all, the Florida ADL meeting Sunday
i-ould prove to be stimulating.
Spiritual Leader's Passing
The community pauses to note the sad
ssing here of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan a* the aae
c: 90. Rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Dr.
Kaplan will long be remembered by Greater
rmians, who recall his leadership in that
pulpit dating from 1926.
Dr. Kaplan was a pioneer in Jewish spirit-
.. il affairs here. As a teacher of philosophy
the University of Miami, he brought his con-
victions to the full life he led by welcoming the
expression of all shades of Jewish religious
thinking.
This was particularly impor'ant during the
native years cf Greater Miami Jewry.
Dr. Kaplan was also actively engaged in
rfaith endeavor and served as an eloquent
spokesman for the Jewish community in gen-
eral religious and civic affairs. His passing
:ks the end of an important and foimative
; here, which was recalled only last month
c:i the occasion of the celebration of Dr. Kap-
i 90'h birthday.
About Political Fixation
U.S. ofiicials are suggesting that aid to
Egypt, despite President Gamal Abdel Nas-
ser's attitude toward us, which can be most
politely expressed as "jump in the ocean,"
must continue at all cos's.
The cost is indeed hiah. From the burning
of the John F. Kennedy Library to the shooting
down of an American plane, from accentinq
our food to insultinq us this nation beholds in
Nasser the kind of pohtic.an who envisions for
the Middle East wha* Chou En-lai accomplish-
ed in China.
We have said often enough in these col-
umns that U.S. State Department policy is too
frequently motivated bv its anti-Israel atti'ude.
But the most recent Nasser provocations
ftuDth/CieS <" wester *tv/v
against us have nothing whatever to do with
Israel.
And now. the severance of American aid
?o Egypt is finally being urged by a number of
senators on Capitol Hill, including John G.
Tower i Tex.-Rep.\ Herman Talmadge (Ga.-
Dem.' and Hug Scott tPc.-Rep.).
But the State Department, still sticking to
its guns, has come up with the most poten*
explanation of its policy ever: Aid to Egypt
means ultimate help to Israel. What more is
there to be said about fixation, political or
o'herwise?
Tribute to Dr. Lipschitz
Beth Torch Congregation will be honorinq
its spiritucl leader. Dr. Max Lipschitz. at a
function at the Deauville Hotel on Jan. 30.
The testimonial will mark Dr. Lipschitz'
18 years in the rabbinate, his fifth year in the
pulpit of Be'h Torah. and his receiving of the
Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin last summer.
Under his energetic spiritual leadership,
Beth Torah is rapidly becominq one of the
largest conqregations in the Greater Miami
aiea. The testimonial will be Beth Torah's
way of congra'ulating him on his past achieve-
ments and wishing him well for many more in
the future.
World Zionist Congress
The World Zionist Congress, just con-
cluded in Israel, apparently found its aqc:
marked by many heated sessions, including a
protest walk out by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
in the face o: a Herut attack upon the Mapoi
Party.
There were, of course, o'her political struq-
gles during the congress whose signified
will become clearer in the weeks and months
ahead.
But the organization certainly managed
to focus world attention or. two important is-
sues: the unhappy status of Soviet Jewry and
he West German scientists workinq on various
atomic and jet propulsion projects m Egypt.
As a Zionist organization, the congress
could have chosen no two more centra! issues
to the highest interest of the State of Israel, as
well as of Jews at large.
The Jews in the Soviet Union today,
clearly subjected to cultural genocide, would
make a fast run for Israel and other free West-
ern nations if qiven the opportunity, while the
German scientists in Egypt are engaged in the
kind of activity designed to finish off what
Hitler's thousand-year Third Reich failed to do:
to deal a mortal blow to the universal survival
of Jews and Judaism.
The internal political and ideological struq-
qles at the World Zionist Conqress apart, the
brinqinq of 'hese two issues to the fore is a
valuable achievement.
during
^
(he week
.. as i see it
by LE JHE STATUTE < ^
tions on the prosecution]
Nazi war criminals in \
Germany la fast runnini
Tin- Hitler regime ended
May 8. IMS; and so, on \ia,j
1065. all of the tyrai Is 9
contributed to the slaughter!
six-million .lews, and v.hohJ
not as yet been brought befoJ
the courts, will presumably \A
free to iustih their p.i^t anfl
to thumb their noses at moral human behavior.
Not so. according to German Ambassador Ileinrich KnapptfJ
who presents an alternate point of view in a recent edition ol "3
ban. a widely read German language Jewish newspaper published!
New York City. Indeed, so thrilled was Bonn with his article
titled "Prosecution of Nazi Mass Murder Must Not and Will Nj
End Next May." that it is being reproduced wholesale and distribute)
in the form of a news bulletin by the German Embassy in Washing
Ambassador Knappstein emphasizes the "undisputed agreement*
between the Federal Government and the German Parliament -th*
the horrible mass murders of the days of the Hitler regime must w
fall under this statute: that the Nazi criminals who have com: r :
these deeds must have their proper punishment meted out to thee
This goes."' he says, "for the petty sadists who strutted througl
eentration camps with bludgeon or pistol, and beat their victii -
death or 'finished them off with a shot in the neck, as much a
those big bureaucrats of murder who organized the whole par
monium."
The Ambassador's language is certain!) descriptive, >i not it.
somewhat sadistic. But in the "Aufbau" article, he reverses
held quickly to point to the "great number ol petitions, letters
telegrams particularly from Jewish circles and organizatio
the United States" Says Mr. Knappstein It pains us i" -
most of them wire based on assumptions about the effec'.
tins statute which are not in keeping with the facts "
A COLCRfUl PICTUHt Of STATISTICS
taiHAT are THE facts a- Bonn's Ambassadoi to the t S
" them' In the first place, 'justice has been .it work for
now." Into tins category, he lumps the large number ol Nazi i
inals who escaped the consequences ol then crimes "b> bitii
nide capsule or shooting themselves with their own servici
And tn remind us of the significance ol his observation he n
Hitler, Himmler, Goering, Goebbles, I e> and man) Gauleii
leaders ol Einsatz and Sondcrkommandos iwhoi i
suicide eradicated themselves from the list ol Nazi criminals
Ambassador Knappstein would also have us remember tin
it.iry tribunals set up bj the three Western Allies in Germany al
conclusion ol World War n. who pronounced sentence on 5.025
sons Particularly, as he sees n ins government could not read) i
sense ol responsibility toward denazification until the estal
menl of the Federal Republic and the conclusion of the Bonn Coi
tion of 1054, which was especially difficult in the beginning "as
most important documents were still in Allied hands"
Still, he declares, "German judicature pronounced the high i.
her ol 5.445 legal verdicts between Ma> 8. 1045 and January. 1!M>4
I therefore believe that the charge thai German Judicature
nothing to clean up the German scene can really not be mamt.....
'GfKMAN THOROUGHNESS' TO THt fOKl
AMBASSADOR KNAPPSTEIN IS nevertheless willing to COOc< '
that Allied mil.tarv tribunals and German courts diit not !
all or nearly all Na/i criminals to Justice, Referring to "Gen
thoroughness" with the same passion he brought to his descriptiot
"the petty sadists who strutted through concentration camps u
Ambassador describes the establishment of the Ludwigsburg Cei
which, during the past s>\ years, reconstructed "all those placi
honor where human beings were tortured and killed, and alsi
anizations set up to commit such m. / murder; and it atten
to find the names ol all thus, involved in these crimes
Thus far, as he sees it, the Ludwigsburg renter has pie,,
-ether no fewer than 540 ol what he calls "auch complexes
Auschwitz trial now taking plan- in Frankfurt is presumabl)
them
These, then are the I.hi- as the Ambassadoi sees them I
suicide to the Ludwigsbur : Center German thoroughness has i
"' splendidlj in ferret out the Nazis And, to crown il all
Knappstein suggests that the pressure being brought to bear i
the German Embass> in Washington concernii the itatuti i I
ugh well-meaning is in-nee unnecessary: it is also
flatly surmises, irresponsible
i"i German lav provides (hat every statuton limitation cai
rupted by a simple action on the part ol a judge, wher*
the statutor) period then anew fet afiothei twent) year.*
is therefore apparent that Bonn has the entire problem undei i
at least -o far as Ambassador Knappatein's "Aufbau" art i
is concerned \i..l. to sel thi final seal ol approval upon the I.
Re| bile's i sition, he recalls the Bundestag's appeal ol No* 20 I
for organizations, governments and individual-, both at hon
lo make available t., the Ludwigsburg Center original d
merits or photost; Is ol material in their possession relating to offei
and their perpetratoi s
MACTION OF THt GIRMAN PRISS
yHE reason for the appeal is thai "the period ol limitat o
respect lo crimes commuted prior to May 9. lf>45 can not, for
constitutional reason,, be extended what clear I) occurs here I-
the self-imposed limitation to Ambassador Knappatein's own concep
lion ol the problem, '.huh depend- entirely upon information avi
able to the Federal Republic Hence ,t ,s possible as the Ambassa
dor categorically denies ,Iki, aWer Viiv H ,%5 tn,.r,. wU|
be hundreds or thousands ol war criminals who will roam the streets
i Germany and jeeringlj .....nl to the statute as protection agai -
punishment "
For. unless the agencies of German law know about these crlm
inals. the.e W|,| ,H. (.,,, wmc|j ,(, ;, ,,u. g,atutor)
limitation '
,r uT,1r,'.' cons'deratio" U'-ut it is Interesting to observe the spirit
of west German) today as reflected ... the press The latest editioi
Ol the German Tribune." for example, features an article on "Th-
European Knot: Consolidation a Pious Wish There are other stoi
on x-Kays and Deformity.' "Asthma Attacks caused by Disappoint
menl lnLove < 'Bowling Conquers the World" but narj a a
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Congressmen Urge Move on Nazis

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lerman Nudelman (second bom left), honorary president of
ieedom Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and a member of the Advisory
Joard of the National Membership Cabinet, is shown at a
lupreme Lodge Board of Governors meetinq in Washing-
bn. D.C.. where Label Katz (riqht). president of B'nai B'rith,
presents him with a special citation lor havinq earned the
fEanny" Award eiqht times. Lookinq on are (left) Philip M.
Rkitznick, honorary president; and William A. Wexler. of Sa-
rcnnah. Ga.. chairman of the National Membership Cabinet,
rhe award cites Nudelman "in deep appreciation and recoq-
nition of his historic performance on behalf of B'nai B'ri'h's
grecter strength by enrollment of a minimum of 50 new mem-
bers in each of eight campaign years."______________________
Continued from Page 1-A
sions into the chambers with
propagandists demons trations.
Nazis have been released, how-
ever, with forfeiture of 110 or $20
in collateral for each offense.
Rep. Seymour Ilalpern, New
York Republican, characterized as
"absurdly inadequate" the mea-
sures taken to preserve the dignit]
of Congress in the face of repeal-
ed provocations by the Nazis. He
made known that he has received
Nazi threats a n d anti-Semitic
abuse from the Nazis by mail and
telephone b u t that authorities
failed to prosecute.
He asked "why are the Nazis
seemingly immune from action
which would be taken against
Communists or other extremist
fanatics?" Rep. Tom Sneed, Okla
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homa Democrat, also said he thinks
that Lloyd or other Nazi agitator:,
annoying Congress should lie se
\erely- punished.
Failure of authorities in the
matter was criticized also by
National Commander Ralph
Plofsky, of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A. Mr. Plofsky
said that stronger security mea-
sures were indicated against fa-
natic extremists, deploring the
release of Lloyd, "merely on for-
feiture of S20 through which he
avoids trial on disorderly condu:'
charges."
Mr. Plofsky said his organi
lion would raise with "approi
ate authorities" the issue ol "see
in., leniency to a Nazi agitat
who is permitted i" gel away u
flagrant contempt ol Congress,
auit. and other violations v\.
such a ridiculously inadequate i"
ally." He -aid this would "enco
age and tempt the Nazis to otli.
more daring and violent provo
tions."
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Friday. January 15 igjj
Frii
300 Leaders to Gather for Florida ADL
Regional Board Meeting at Dupont Plaza
Same 300 Anti-Defamatton League
leaders from Miami and points
north and west in Florida will con-
vene Sunday at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel for the ttrmual meeting ot
the Florida Regional Hoard of the
League.
Coming from Tampa, St. Peters
burg, Jacksonville, Orlando and
Palm Beach, thev will join with
Mi.uni.in> in discussions of prob
lems including the radical left and
the radical right in Florida and ol
i iscrimination in private clubs
throughout our state.
Discussants on the problems
of extremism in American so-
ciety today will be Paul Seider-
man, of Miami, an ADL national
Program Committee.
The two board members who
will lead off on discrimination in
. ial dubs will be George J. Tal
ianoff and Charles Goldstein. Tal
ianolf and Goldstein are. respect
ively, members ol the National
Civil Rights and Program Com-
mittees
Chairing the business sessions,
scheduled to begin at !i a.m in the
Terrace Room of the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. i> Board Chairman Burnett
Roth who. in addition to his du
lies as Florida ADL chairman.
ha> achieved national recognition
BS I national vice chairman of
B'nai BVlth's Anti-Defamation
League.
The business sessions will also
include a report by the Florida
ADL executive director, lrwin
Schulman. on B'nai B'rith's re-
entry into the National Commu-
nitj Relations Advisory Council
and a report bj Roth on a project
for strengthening communication
around the state when problems
of an emergency nature occur
The morning board meeting will
Leonard Abess Has Cited Many Others;
But the Sponsor is a Man of Courage Too
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LIONARD ARCSS
be followed by the Leonard I.
Abess Awards Luncheon at noon
in the Assembl) Cast Room ol the
Dupont Plaza.
William Pallet Nominated as Chairman
Florida Anti-Defamation League Board
nett Roth, chairman "t the
i rida State Anti-Defamation
Leai iard, announced this
week that nominations for new
officers, executive committeemen,
membi I the Board oi Trustees
board members, will be in
( ded m the ADL board meeting
i held Sunday at the Dupont
, Hotel.
The board will receive Nominat-
ing Committee Chairman George
. Talianoff's report with the fol-
lowing slate oi officers:
Honorarj chairman. Leonard L.
Abess; chairman of the board.
William L. Pallot. chairman, Ex-
ecutive Committee, Henrj E
.:; vice chairman. Executive
Committee, Charles Goldstein;
\ici chairmen of the board Jos
ph I. Brechner, ( itj Commissioner Sidne> Arono-
vitz, and Harrj Botwick; treasur-
er, George Kronengold; chaplain,
Dr Irving Lehrman; and secre-
t. > irwii. Schulman.
Nominated for the Board of
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Trustees are Leonard L. Abess,
Jack M. Fink, Judge Milton A.
Friedman, Sam A. Goldstein,
David Gorman, Benjamin Mey-
ers, Burnett Roth, Al Schneider,
Paul Seiderman, Judge Sam I.
Silver, and George J. Talianoff.
Executive Committee meml
who have been offered for reelec-
tion are William Alpcr, Morton L.
AnniS Of Tampa. Dr Herbert
Baumgard, Al Brock oi Tallahas-
see, Judge Irving Cypen, Doroth)
Krieger Fink. Hon. Richard E.
Gerstein, Paul Jeffrej ol Ft.
Pierce, Mrs Shepard Lewis ol
West Palm Beach, E Albert Pal-
lot, .lack Popiik. A. David Rayvis,
Harry Simonhoff. Mrs Bernard
Supworth, Sanford M. Swerdlin.
and Harrj Zukernick.
Ne Executive Committee mem-
bers nominated arc Sidney Ansin
Bi nstein, Mrs Morton 1.
WILLIAM I. PALLOT
Perry. Ben Sailer ol Hollywood.
Robert Traurig and Arthur Zlm
met, of Daytona Bea h Ptev board
members will also be elected.
Abess Award Nominee Calibre So High,
It Was Necessary to Pick Two Winners
Presentation ol the Leonard L.
\iir-- Human Relations Award to
Cong I la i le Pepper and the SI
Petei sburg Times t ill mark the
loth anniversary ol the award it
.- announced Wednesday bj
Burnett Both, chairman ol the
Florida Regional Anti Defamation
League Board. Both added that in
the ten-year history ol the award,
this will be the first time that there
will be two recipients
The award will be made Sunday
Bl a luncheon of the Florida ADL
Regional Board in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Chairman of the Awards Com-
mittee, Paul Mderman, revealed
that there were 18 nominees
brought to the attention of his
committee and that the calibre
was so high that it was necessar)
that two be chosen instead oi the
ii-iial single recipient "
Cong. Pepper was described
by League Chairman Roth "as
a man who introduced import
rrt social legislation into the
United States Congress," and
pointed to Pepper's vote for the
Civil Rights Bill of 1964 as "the
only positive vote by a Florida
Congressman, and one of the few
in the South."
The St. Petersburg Tune- was
also selected to receive Hie award
tor it- dedication to the prttenta
lion of truth in the highly rontm
venial matter'- ol human relation-
in contemporary society."
The presentation of a plaque to
the reeipienls i- m addition to a
$1,000 grant by Leonard L. Abess
to be used by a universit) for re-
search in the field of human rela
lions, These grants have in the
past bee important
tin' social sciences
tinmlaiiN in
Previous nine recipients ol the
award are former Florida Go\
LeRo> Collins. William c Baggs,
Dr II Franklin William-. John B
Orr Jr Mayor Robert King High,
D Lee Powell, the late Abe Aron
o\it/ Cody Fowler, and Dr Henry
King Stanford.
The Human Relations Award
which the Florida Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith bestows an-
nually upon a deserving Floridian,
I'ttraets community-wide atten-
tion. Yet the man in whoso name
the award-a beautiful plaque and
11,000 for research hi the field of
interproup relationsis present
cd, is himself one who modesth
shuns the community's puhlu
plaudits
His credo might well be that
those "ho are fortunate enough to
help other- should do sobut pri-
v.rely and without fanfare. And
thnt'8 the course Leonard L. Abes-
in whose name Cong. Claude Pep-
per and the St Petersburg Times
will be honored on Sunday at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel, has chosen
for himself.
Abess, honorary chairman of
ADL's Florida Board since 1951,
served it as chairman from 1948
until 1951. Sine* 1963, he has also
been national vice chairman
of the League. His communal
work, however, has not been
confined to intergroup relations
alone.
A chairman <>i the old Miami
Beach Community Chest in 1950,
hi- philanthropic involvements
have seen him in leadership roles
of the Dade County Community
Chest which honored him in 1956,
and of which he WBS president in
1950. He has been an officer of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Miami opera Guild, Dade
County Cancer Clinic. Orange
Bowl Committee, the fund-raising
campaign of the Universit) ol Mi-
ami, a n d \ ariou- other CM ic
causes.
Along wiin baron de Hir-eh
Meyer, in 1955, Abess donated to
the Community Chesl it-- Comma
i-.ity Chest Building At present, he
is president of Ml. Sinai Hospital
and a member of the Board ol
Trustees "i the University of Mi
ami. Chairman of the board of the
Citj National Bank of Miami and
the Citj National Bank oi Miami
Beach, Abes- l- aKo a past chair-
man ol the Florida State Board ol
lei mm.mey an>l former presi
dent ot the Florida Institute ol
Certified Public Accountants, In
whit h he -till is highly interested
while these asaoi ial ons hon
or- and involvements are rarely
iefi rred to h\ Abess, the basis on
which the Leonard I. Abess ha-
lieen presented are very public,
and. al time-, dramatic
It began with recognition of
the importance of anti-mask
legislation against the Ku Klux
Klan, for which former Miami
Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell was
honored. The lonely and courag-
eous stand of a single legislator
against an avalanche o- rack
bills was honored when -i-m,.
State Rep. John B. Orr J- wi
presented with the award Th(
quiet rVama of a governo itM.
ing his state through the iioii<
of racism and extremis- W11
noted In the award pr'i?niK
Gov. LeRoy Collins.
The true ring of cour n
voice of a university oil.
counselled moderation and
erhood at a time when h
hard-pressed by extremists
given recognition with !
versify of Miami's Dr. 11 :
Williams receiving the a
Two years ago. the 1
presented in connection with
other "headline" story. Tne hei
line was one in which Mi
gratefully, avoided sit-in -dr
and while the issue ot te J
Americans al downtown *
counter-- raced In many an
can town. In Miami the q
was quietly and construi ti
solved, thank- lo the le
Mayor Robert King High i
year. I M President Di
King Stanford received
a- j i hampion ol mai
ie idea- freely.
This tenth year, the a d
being presented to Cong --ape-
"for his role as a leq at'v
leader in human rela- l ,
his was the only Florida i itj fm
me Civil Rights Bill of **-
and the St. Petersburg "!m-
"as a voice for reason re-
sponsibility in times of SMltri
versy in matters of disc-nim
tion, segregation and *rm
ism."
once again. Ihe awai
recognizes resounding
couragein the name oi
Abe--, as a man who linn
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"Jmlsti ftorMiari
Page 7-A
5. Officials See Egypt Aid as Help to Israel
[continued from Pag* 1-A lations Committee said that lie
vi.h Arab failure to make ** a f****
Senate Democratic loader Mike
gainst Israel en the Jordan Mansfieid favorm., severance at
diversion issue. M was also ajd m countriM, like Egypt, which
id that the Soviet pciic'tin tell the t'nited St;iies to "jump in
I of the regime might be belli- ,he lakl""' or to '" *"
.1 America ended aid to Sen. Fulbright, Arkansas Dem-
ocrat, made this known follow-
ing lengthy testimony before his
committee by Secretary of State
Dean Rusk. Mr. Rusk briefed
the Senators on world problems.
He reportedly avoided direct
comment on the Ejyplun situa-
tion and touqht to justify con-
tinued American assistance to
the Nasser regime.
Sen Fulbrifftl sai Sin Mansfield's remarks as a
v appropriate conclusion. He
added that "it reallj provoked me '
when Egypt, Indonesia, and other
countries permitted mobs to burn
U.S. Government libraries.
A resolution railing on the Ad-
ministration to suspend all further
aid to Egypt was introduced in th-i
House hy Rep. Leonard Farbstein,
New York Democrat, a member of
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee. Rep Farbstein said that
-uch action was indicated because
el Wi-.i'i'v "derisive attack- on
the United States and the anti
American policies ol Egypt in I
'on' o

S. officials said, in review-
Egyptian poiicies, that there
e many evidences of modera-
djring 1964. They added that
sident Nasser interceded to
ken enforcement of the Arab
cott affecting the Chase
hattan Bank. U.S. officials
cited what they described
progress in obtaining compen-
on for U.S. property nation-
ed in Egypt.
A prediction wa made that the
Middl< East would be less quiet.
PaaJ the danger en war increased it
*id w Ojbwnr i designed to answ ti
Asset .an or_.,iii/ :';mii- and mem
bore f ("<>nur .'ho (ailed for
^Br: ru''' of a:'' E-.-ypt. the of-
l- t;>ok the line that a break
Egypt would endanger Israel
and undermine American interests
ia the region The> said that a
fundamental concern of the United
States was maintainence of the
security of Israel ami tor thi- rea
sea continued American influence
in Cairo was ver\ important for
Israel's best interests.
The positions taken b> officials,
is that American Egyptian re I a
tions vill never l>< _:o"d. but that
conti' .led Amerie.iii pre.-ence in
Cairo, through the .ml program, i-
more desirable than a breakdown
Of cot.tad between the two i mn
tries
Meanwhile. Chairman .1. W Ful-
bright of the Senate I'oreun lie
fnist Congress
ses in Wake
Hot Sessions
Continued from Page 1-A
eaa) Committee, to postpone the
faction of the executive at this
time. This step was advocated
by Dr. Goldminn because Nerut,
which until new has held eete
seat on the Jewish Agency ex
cutive, without any depart-
mental assignment, demanded
that it be given two places en
the executive in accordance with
its "due" as shown by the num-
ber of delegates to the Congress.
He rut speaker-, insisted they
were entitled to 'due representa-
tion, and accused Mapai oi
* w i c k e w discrimination.'' The
Qoldni.mn plan wa- adopted, with
the labor parties and the Confed
rion of General Zionists, head
by Dr. Israel Goldstein and
Rose Halprin. voting in favor
that recommendation. Herut
against the plan, while ah
lions were entered by the Miz-
and the World I'nion of Gen
Zionist headed by Dr Eman
(Neumann.
i-eph Schechtman. llerut's
ber on the executive, then an
(ej his resignation trom the
Jtive. In the course of his re
: he charged Mapai with "ra-
discrimination," and Eshkol
I'd out of the session in pro
against that accusation. A
nr for Mr Schechtman's with-
al of the charge against Ma
lowed, and the chairman ol
II eeting had a difficult time
1.4 the disturbance. M r.
I'htman finally apologized tor
rmark and formally withdrew
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Jewistiftcrktiair
Children of the Temple Ner Tamid Religious School will be
onsecrated on Saturday evening. Ceremonies will be in
i conjunction with the Saturday morning services. Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz. spiritual leader of the Temple, will comecrcte
ne children, and a program under the direction of Mrs. 5ruce
Richman will be presen'ed. Back row (left to righO are Rabbi
.abovitz and Mrs. Bruce Richman. Children are Michoe!
Berky. Samuel Blum, William Borkan, Steven Brenman. Gilf-
ord Budd. Barry Cohen. Sabrina Danziger, Richard DuBeshter,
Gregg Felsot, Steven Gombinski, Marc Harari, Marc Jabish.
A'lllicm Jabish. Heidi Jacobs, Ricky Kadin, Ray Kersey, Arthur
Cishner. William Kutun. David Laurence, Stephen Lynn, Cindy
Rosenfeld. Mel Rosenthal. Debbie Schick, Karon SchirV, Rirkv
Seaal. Richard Shindler, George Tragei, Nancy Vermette,
Harriet Weiss. Michael Weiss, Rose Wolf. Stephen YaHe.
Leonard Tachmes, Patty Avick. Burton Borkan, Hilliard Budd.
Debra Berens, Eh Borons, Merrie Greenfield. Debbie Levrant,
Paul Cha'sky. Carol Danziger. Myrna Dauer, Rose Ann Free-
man, Ricky Goldman. Jeannette Himmelstein, Diane Klein,
Tina Laurence. Wayne Savaae. Sarah Zabalinskv. Debrah
Angel, Marc Beiens. Miriam Chatzky. Ellen Cohen, Nancy
Felsot. Donna Goldman. Alcn Levy. Joseph Poliak, Ellen
Rachles. Keith Robbins, Franklin Porter.
German Scientists, Soviet Jews Figure in Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
reel's existence, the Arab hostility
"must be contained within present
change of Soviet policy. In fight. ,imjt> a|1(, not an0wed t<> infect
i So\ it policy, he said, the tav
ession that Israel and the Jew
li people are an anti-Soviet fac-
i had to be avoided.
He said there was a need to start
taring political action" to ap-
oach i solution to the problems
idang< ring Israel's existence.
e cited the danger ol the develop-
u anti-Jewish offensive by the
abs He urged that the Arabs be
. net! i' yarding the danger "t a
>ld war between them and Jewry
id that a powerful reply must be
epared by Jews particularly in
nth American countries where, turns for peaceful commerce
said, the Arab attack was
ronglj fe t.
He said it v i- \\ pst German} '.-
ural ii itj to eca I the scientists
orking in Egypt and asserted
th United states was exert-
g pressure on the Bonn Govern-
ient against such recall tor fear
at the Germans might be re-
aced bj Russians The t railed
other areas of international rela-
tions." "
He noted that Israel now had
diplomatic relations within 90
countries including every nation
in the western hemisphere. This
fact he related to the possibility
that the key to peace in the Mid-
dle Bast may rest with a hundred
governments outside the area to
which Israel and its neighbors
turn for friendship and support.
He urged them to back not specific
nations but specific ideas for
1 i ace. for independence ol all na
Mr. Khan emphasized that Israel
was not an isolated Mediterran-
ean state but the focus of univer
sal .1 e wis h responsibility a n d
Jewish pride "Let the word go
h from this pine that 3.000.000
Jews across the world see Israel's
si fety and honor as a cause
thj of ever} effort and sacri-
I Hi pn phasizi d the
nous countries, the least progress
l<.i(\ been made in American
Zionism
Dr. Goldman asserted that the
structure of the WZO, based on
parties, falsified Jewish reality
and that what was called Zionist
democracy was "fictitious" in
many countries. lie said that while
he was not suggesting that the
Zionist parties be disbanded, he
did believe that it was nccessarv
to break their "monopoly" in the
Zionist organization. He demanded
appointment of a committee, not
based on part} alignments, to ex
a mine the problem and submit
recommendations to the Actions
Committee.
Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman
of the American Section of the
Jewish Agency, also called for
changes in the Zionist party
structure. Asserting that Jewish
communities were "tired" of
party organizations, she told the
delegates that "we need a radi
cat diagnosis" fo achieve revit-
alizatien and that youth must
occupy the center of preoccupa-
tion. Mrs. Halprin asserted that
artier Zionism was no longer
viable. She added that while the
synagogue must play its part in
the preservation of Jewishntss.
no one can impose Orthodoxy on
us."
Mrs. charlotte Jacobson, presi-
dent of Hadassah, said it was time
lor the Zionist executive to admit
lhat "diaspora leadership has t"
solve diaspora problems" She
also urged more fundamental dis-
cussion of the movement's organi-
zational faults Abolition of the
part} representation at the Con-
gress was urged by John Devor
ol the General Zionist Confedera
tion of Canada
S Z Shram, head of the Jewish
Agency immigration department.
told the Youth and Hechalutz com
mittee that hi' expected In the
next four years an immigration ol
Friday. January 15, 196;
250.000 as in the past four Re
criticized the lack oi Zionist
in the past decade among Alge
jews, asserting that as rei
only 5,000 of the 140.000 Jev -
lett Algeria came to Israel
Kliahu Dobkin. member ol
Agency executive, deplore;
fact that only six per cent of the
budget was earmarked for v
iii the youth and hechalutl I i
He stressed 1'ie need for
Zionist emissaH) to Jewish i
munities in other countries
I ... i | that a Zionist v. I i
0\ cme"t i< unthinkable \
out making education for al i
. ntral He also urged an i n
mi etition betv een the i e
six pioneering, vouth movenn
Ranaan Weiti, head of h
Jewish Aaen'y's agriculture se
tlemert department said th
the development of Israel agi
culture must be directed to op
portunities in European ma
Icets. He said this recr-iired d
velopment of new ideas in Israe
farming and deepeninj of the f
tegration of industry in farr-
areas. He said Israel now hi,
300,000 farms.
Mane Syrkin. of t'amhr
Mass., will I)!' named by the !
Olami '" replace the late [.
Segal a- a member of the exe<
live of the Jewish Agency, it
n ported here A leader of the
bor Zionist Organisation ol v
ica. Miss Syrkin is editor ol
Jewish Frontier She is also
ciate professor of humanitic t
Brandeis University.

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He expressed the belief that
Vest Germany would extend by
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ion of Nazi war criminals. He
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Aryeh L. Pincus, Jewish Ag-
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past four years 2,000 middle
c'ass families had be?n bicujht
to Israel and settled by the Aa-
n e y s cor.omic deoirtmei.t
dealing with Middle Class Im-
migration. He said that they had
established enterprises in !-,rael
which now employ -'
He said the Agency wo'.'d
increise ils efforts to encour,
such immigration.
I!' d also that A

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Friday. January 15. 1065
65 CJA Confirms $1,435,080 Goal
Continued from Psge 1-A
one. The figure selected by the
ecutive Committee and the
paign Cabinet la just this, ;<
' e success or our Combined .leu
i- i Appeal and the importance ol
passing our goal can be shown
rough our allocations made to
\ stituent agencies follow-
Ihe successful 1964 campaign
< i lited Jewish Appeal ami
agencies overseas re
ed over $617,000, an incream
ive the previous year
In 1965, when l.IA and its ag-
ies expect to rescue and re-
tle Ihe largest number oi im-
migrants than at any time since
World War [I. the importance oi
;:, hieving our goal can be readilj
ten. Dr Lehrman asserted.
'Ihe i-o..ioiuiiu> relations agen
oieai such" as the American Jewish
C o m in it tee. Ann Defamation
League, kjaarieaa Jewish Con
-. ard oth< rs. a- v ell as the
i ncies am
network of 41 institutions and
in/.'Hot:- supported i>> the an
nual drive, received over IS
from la-t year s s ic< essful cam
n thai wa> an increase oJ
I etter than S6
"Only through a successful
campaign can we meet these
needs at the time when help is
of vital import," declared Lef-
court. "V*"* have made great
strides in providing help to those
who formerly had to wait for ser-
vice at our local Federation O'
encies and have helped to save
hundreds of thousands of lives
when the opportunity arose.
-The realization ol the import-
ance ol everj additional dollar
above m i oal cannot be under
itiuiated. and 1 know that on*
,n the community will rally bf
hind CJA and 111 Lel.ini.in. 0111
lags chairman, not onlj to meet
In goal but to surpass It."
ON RfJURV fROM TRIP TO ISRAtl
Campaign Cabinet to Welcome Dr. Lehrman
embers of the Campaign Cabi-
of Combined Jewish Appeal
l initiate the 1965 campaign at
eception and dinner at the Dip
i.it Country Club on Monday,
0 p m At that time, thej will
Icome Or. Irving Lehrman,
npaign chairman, on In- arrival
m a special mission to Israel
i Kir ipe
tistinguished guests ;it the open-
( am lign meeting will be Jo-
h Meyerhoff, United .!<
. ..! h norary chairman, who
ved as general chairman of the
, L'JA nation wide ampaign,
1 Rabbi llerb.rt \ Fried
cutive vice chairman ol the
Hed Jewish Appeal
Among those planning to wel-
: me Dr. Lehrman upon his re-
-.rn from a 12-day mission to Is-
rtel and Europe are the associ-
i-e and co-chairmen serving di-
rt ctly under him in the 1965
ampaign. They are Jerry Blank,
Sem Blank, Shepard Broad, Sam-
.el Friedland, Joseph M. Lip-
en, Max Orovitz and Carl
,'. einkle.
(embers of the Campaign Cabi-
who are also sharing in the
msorship of the reception and
ner include the following:
;.eonard Abess. William Agra-
r e. Sidney D. Ansin. Jacob M.
f vcy, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Louis
e~ler. Mrs. Richard lirickman.
. ph E Brooks. Leo A. Chaikin.
-eph Cohen, Leo F.isenstein.
L> m Ell, Paul Faske. A C. Fine.
\id B Flceman.
Uso, Mrs A. L. Glickman, Sam
Idmar Burton B. Goldstein. Na
an S. Ciumenick. Marshall S.
iris. Sam J Heiman, Daniel
,il Heller. Dr Norman S. Jaffe,
lest Jims, Howard Kane. Aaron
Kanner, Irving Kaplan. Leon
ilan Louis Kenin. Jay 1 Kis-
klso, Mr- Inez Krensky. Sidney
court Sam C. Levenson. Sam
bj Jr Baron de Hir-ch Meyer
rs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Ben
Meyers, Harry Mizrach, Emil Moi
ton. Alexander MUSS, Stanli > C
Myers. E. Albert 1'allot. Norton
I'allot. Jacob Rabinewitz, Joseph
M. Rose, Leonard Rosen
Also, William s Ruben, Irving
MILTON WEISS
Symposium Set
At Ner Tamid
The third in a series of synipo
,amis will he held at Temple Ner
Tamid on Wednesday evening.
The monthly s>mposiums. part
of the adult education program
of the synagogue, are sponsored
jointly by the Temple and Freedom
Lodye ol B'nai B'lith.
Participating in the symposiums
will be Tobias Simon, local attor
ney: Herbert Miller, local busi
nessmaii and member of Ner
Tanud; and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer.
director Of the Union ot American
Hebrew Congregation here.
Rabbi Eugenfl Labovitz. spiritual
leader ol the Temple, will act as
moderator Subject of the sympo
< sium will be 'Are Business and
Ethks Compatible"
ulnes
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Kubin. John Serbin. Fred K Sho
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George Talianoff, Byron .' Topol,
Mrs. Carl Weiiikle. Milton Weiss,
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Weiss to Chair
Finance Division
For '65 CJAppeal
Milton Weiss, presi lent and le
pal counsel ot Miami Beach Fed
Savings ami Loan Associa
has accepted the chairman
ship ot the Finance Division "f the
1!m;.-i Combined Jewish Appeal
Announcement of Weiss' accept
was made Jointl) bj Dr Ir\
ing Lehrman, !%."> campaign chair
ii ..ii. and George Talianoff, co
Chairman ol the Trades and Pro
fessions Council
Weiss, who is a senior mem
ber of the law firm of Meyer,
Weiss, Rose and Arkin, will
head the program on behalf of
CJA's 41 agencies in the local
community nationally and
throughout the world.
The Finance Division is com
posed ol the lollowina leading
sroups: bunks, savings and loan
associations, mortgage companies,
loans and finance companies,
stockbrokers, and general in.-ur
anca and liJe insurance.
Weiss, who became president ol
Miami Beach Federal on Feb. IT
, 1964. has served as lesal counsel
, tor the bank since its opening in
1935 with Charter No 2 from the
Federal Home Loan I'.ank Board
A native of Brooklyn. N.Y.
Weiss attended schools in Miami
Beach and closed the association's
lirst home mortgage loan soon
after graduating with honors from
' the I"nivei sity ot Miami He \va>
elected to Miami Beach Federal'.-
. board and named a vice president
in 1937.
At 28, Weiss was tha youngest
person elected to the Oade Coun-
ty Board of Public Instruction.
In business life. Weiss seldom
arrives al the office later than
8:30 a.m. lie devotes much of his
time and energy to civic and com
nuinit) alt airs as did his mother
Mrs, Hose Weiss who earned Lhe
nickname ol "Mother ol Miami
Beach "
Zamora Pupils
Mark Arbor Day
Temple Zamora Beligioua School
children will celebrate Arbor Da>
on Sunday
Children ol the Religious School
.-.ill take part m a tree planting
cerenioin on the Temple ground-
Dances and fngjng will be part
ol the program. Alonn with the
ceremony, children will receive
cand> in honor ot Tu I; Shevat. A
mpaigfl i- presents mi foi i
the school lor the Je V I
Fund
Children will plant their tree- in
( the .lohn F Kenned) Freedom For-
eat
Two Generations of the same family were represented at the
installation of new officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club
of the new YMHA. 8500 SW 8th S* last Sunday. Shown (sec
ond from left! is inttailing officer, A. Budd Cutler, honorary
president oi the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, as he passes
the gavel to his uncle. Boris Cutler, who took office as pres
ident ot Ihe club. Shown looking on during the ceremony are
Efraim H. Gale (left!, executive director of 'he Greater Miami
"Y." and Abraham Benin (right), outgoing club president
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^WQto Zionist Banquet Here Sunday
To feature Rabbi Schacter as Speaker
ftrschol Schacter, chair-
m praesidium <>f the Re-
in-is of AitifMcu. Mit-
el Hamizrachi, will be
peaker ; t a banquet ol
r Miami chapter ol thi
n on Sunday, 5 p.m..
kaville Hotel
Action "ill honor presi-
Greater Miami's onho-
pogues.
s -v^ ill further the schol-
pro-ram 0 f immigrant
Israel.
Schacter is spiritual lead
[the Mosholu Jewish Cen-
renx, N. Y., since 1946. He
ler president of the Rab-
?Alumni of Yeshiva Univer-
\ leading member of the
Rutive Committee of the
Commission on Jewish Chap-
MHcy of the National Jewish
VfWfarr Board and of the Rab-
MMcal Council of America.
He h. visited Israel many times
and has traveled around the world,
addressing many remote Jewish
tr-ttininnifffs in fn? Ftff"tasT. Au?-
trails India and especially in the
lands behind the Iron Curtain, no-
I ably in the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Schacter gained wide tame
ami recognition for his achieve-
ments as an army chaplain in
combat during World War ill and
was the first Jewish chaplain to
aid the victims "i Nazi barbarism
in B ii e h e n w a i .1 Concentration
tamp.
Chairman of the dinner Sun-
day is Abe Aranoff. Miami Beach
Councilman Hyman P. Galbut is
serving as honorary chairman.
Co-chairmen are Rev. Solomon
Cooper, Rev. Joseph Kranti, Mor-
ris Friedman, C. Gluckovsky,
Henry Grouc'an, Max Hecht,
Milton Kahan, I. B. Kramer,
Louis Merwitzer, Rev. A. J. Sa-
fra, Benjamin Weinberg, and
Philip Weiss.
To he honred are William Co-
hen. Agudath Israel Synagogue;
Jaek Ciment, Beth Tfilah ton-rc-
gation: Jacob C Cohen. Commun
ii> Synagogue; Moses J. Grund-
tverg, Beth Israel uoniiregauou;
Louis Dublin. Kneseth Israel ton
gregation; Joseph Zalis, Beth El
Congregation; Dr. Sol Nussbaum.
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
end Jacob Silbovitz, Etz Chaim
Sj nagogue.
Rabbinical Committee includes
Rabbis Berel Aranovitz, Jonah
E. Caplan, Isaac Hirsch Ever,
Alexander Gross, Morris L. Hor-
ovitz, David Lehrfield, Joseph E.
Rackovsky, Solomon Schiff, Sher-
win Staibcr, Tibor Stern and
Berel Wein.
Some 100 loeal leader- are spon-
sors of the dinner, which will start
at t> p.m.
RABBI HERSCHEl SCHACTER
Sol Ha shin
Chapter
is director "t the
Rabbi Abramowitz Speaks
The current best selling novel
"On Friday the Rabbi slept Late.'
h> II.on Kemelman, was review-
ed by Rabbi Mayer Abramov it/ at
Templi Mem i air- So< ial II.ill on
Wednesda\ evening. Mr- El.sie
Belskj S >terhood president.
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
The Jewish Philosopher Retires on Beach

o\ er
For thirty-five
\cir- i' Israel
Llltskj has been
p r I 111 1 II i I h e
pump ol the Car-
nation Milk Co.
Sponsored o n a
W e e k ly radio
station WEVD in
tw York. Mr Lutsk] so success
illy touted the merits <>f the
rodtict that no listener within
irshot could resistand in Vid-
lish yet. Everyone was content-
id cows, mamas, babies, the
Company and, most of all. Mr.
] ut sky.
Hilled as 'The Jewish PhilOSO
pher," Lutsky mined the vast
reservoirs of Jewish lore, tradi-
tions, taw to regale and counsel
one third of the Jewish popula-
tion of New York. Admittedly
his program was patterned after
that oi the Voice of Experieni e
Down-io-Earlh
Lutsky broadcast more than
his Jewish Philosopher series
He did a fifteen minute spot
called "Sugar Patties" for Lydia
Pinkham and also a news feature
for the II. J Heintz and Muster
ole company He employed a
down-to-earth, sincere technique
as a format lor all his show-.
which waa most unusual in the
Yiddish language field. He gave
advice to the lonely, the love-
lorn, discussed filial and paren-
tal responsibility. He philosophiz-
ed about values to live by. about
current world problems and any
thing else pertinent to the times
all in Yiddish, all from a Jew-
ish frame of reference.
His style was nnicpie for the
times in that he would blend his

m& -^
%

C. ISBAtl LUTSKY
needs a podium
commercial into his generalized
patter Before his listener knew
what was happening, he was as-
similating a d \ ertisi n g with
schmaltz
Now the Jewish Philosopher
has retiredand where else but
on Miami Beach at 1604 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.
There's room." says Mr. Lut-
sky. "in Miami tor a Yiddish ra
dio program which would repre-
sei t Jew ish th lught and prob
lems Miami needs a radio pro-
gram to present Jewish heritage
musically and artistically. The
show should not he aligned with
any religious or political group.
It should not be a panel program
What it should do is present au-
thentic Jewish ideas, stories, mu
sic. There are a great many peo
pie on Miami Beach anxious to
hear good Yiddish word."
Lutsky went to school in New
York with Danny Kaye and Phil
Silvers Until the age of eigh-
teen, he was an itinerant DO)
cantor He graduated from both
the Pennsylvania and Stone Ave
Talmud Torah At one time, he
was a cub reporter for the Jew
ish World in Philadelphia and
m Iped Start th.' Philadelphia
Daily News.
Modern 'Maggid'
Then Lutsky invaded the radio
field, managing the programing
for an East Side dentist Many
years ago. it was permissible for
doctors and dentists t<> adver-
tise It was at tins point in his
career that Lutsky developed the
image of himself as The Jewish
Philosopher. His theme song,
which he still uses today, was a
folk-song, "Dor Filozof."
He published a monthly maga-
zine called "The Philosopher."
and established The Jewish Phi-
losopher's Institute 'I he Institute
was based in his home, where he
gave lectures and musical pro
grams. At lirst, he charged fifty
five cents tor admission. When
his audience grew to five-thou
-and, he had to hire a hall.
Today. Lutsky likes a good
juke, bascl IS !. lOtball and a
game ol pinochle He would also
like a podium in the Miami area
where the people could come to
hear a good Yiddish word and
where he could continue to be a
philosophera "modern Ma
Israel Premier
On German
TV Network
Continued from Page 1-A
adding that Israel, with its 2,1
(Mto citizens, could be a better m
ket for West Germany than s
eral of the Arab states togeth
For this reason, he said, it wot
also be of benefit to West t;
many to extend credits to Isr.
He discussed the widely deb t-
ed issue of West Germany's
fusal to extend the effective d
of the statute of limitations lor
prosecution ol Nazi war irimin.
He said there seemed ..... a "I
tradiction" between Chance
I.udwig Krhard's "positive atti-
tude" toward extending the de
line and the recent ('..: inel de
sion aga nsl doing so
(me ol the newsmen asked
views on thi' problem ol recall 1
\\i -t German scientists and t<
nicians working on advanced
pon- systems in Egypt
The newsman noted that We-*
German law guarantees the rigr'
to free movement for all Ge
mans, and suggested that tl-
posed a limit to efforts to c-:
tain withdrawal of the scier-
ists. The Premier replied that <
thought that "where there is i
will there is a way."
II.' suggested creation of an
ficial bod) which could com
the appearance before it reci
tram German scientists
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Friday, January 15. 1965
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AGLDATH ISRAEL. *801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Racti Isaac Ever.
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AHAVAT St-'.JV CONGREGA.
T ON 985 SW STUl 4,t. Orthodox.
Cantor l&tael isersnner.

ANShE EVES. 2933 SW 19th A;p
Conservative
-
BETH DAVID 262 SW 3rd Ave Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip '
ten
P i
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\ \ I'ruil
:: ... Mr
.. Mr Wul

CANDLELIGHT7NG TIME
12 Shevat 5:31 p.m.
ir II
: \i il.-rrii
St. Co*Wervntive. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
i-, Mi... I" aii.i ir. i> m wrnion:
R, -;.,,!,- I.i. I...I.I. i>hip SatunLO
i ., in Mini..n. '.\ ,-kl> I'"till
-
iEPHAROlC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan
mias.
Friii Sal iir-
I I .: .1 of II...'
-
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
i servative. 103j NE 183rd St.. M <"
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian.
C.nntor Maurice Neu.
, v is |. in Salilmth ill
nW Sons Si i .....I "A M.i-i' ..I l'i |iH
i .1 III >> I"' "II 'I'll'
ill. r '.
!'.....- 111. N
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Kil-M .i.vm-Ii Sabbath
|1 Ml.
Mm. -Ii.i In
3-NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
BETH EL. 500 SW 1?th Ave. Ortho- Cons vative. Rabbi Haio.d Richter. Dr.. So. Miami. Retonn. Rabb.
ccx Rabbi Sol.-ion Sch!tf. Cantor Jack Lemer. Herbert Ba.imoard......
,-..... ... ,!{,., |., |.-,.:,,. |,.WM M ,- Si'll 1 lln> ;" It.lll. JiWInII MukIo iwl'-
lii m Until, s. rni..ii When iln .! Sinn.- '"tin. su......i: "; snail t-;.....
;,- ,i .. > rs t..;.i. 'Jew- Sfliui.:.!.. s::t .i in Si-rimm I'm-tluii i n the Mlrafh-a In ine i
l- .. llichl and i i illaa of lln \\ k "
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1 ~ ..' !n l :UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml ___, _~ "-, -,- Mi I V
). pniptlon M Id 11.111. AMI. ISlt Washington Av-. Ortho- TE.MP^S5 ?-f. H !.TL ? ..-,~
------ dox. R.ih'oi Dov Rozencweig.
BETH ISRAEL. 7M 40th St. Ortho
cox Rdbbi Bere' Wem. -LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51tl
K p.m. S.I Si PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
- enfeid Cantor George GoldBeig.
I rUI i> v ii M -;.' i l'i.
BETH JACOB 3U1-311 Washington |ti i :.i Kidman. ..-- n Ii
Axe. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice r....k. i T. \Vatilliitu.ii in.., Mini
Momches. Si-nin lllttll Sfhool, T|ili "Now
------ I'attcriiK in K.l .. :. .in-- lln i\ill
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW *?tK. Ave IH-|>ri\cd." "- ShrtWial li-.- M
Modem Traditional. Rabbi Max Hnd Mm. IValltr Hits i. in law i
Shapi'0. Cantor Ben,an- n Bin An. Ill, ii ..-!: M i/.. Il
1- ... -. ,;., S:30 a in.
< ..... ---- ----
, -. Mr. anil Ml- FT. L AUDERDALE EM ANU EL '801 TEMPLE BE TH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ii. r.li- E. Anorews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
i Si nn : N Richard M. Leviton. Cantor David Conviser.
(j ni r>iti Krlilay *:l."i |i.m Si-rimm: "I'oiip,
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree I .-i.l.nt. IV. mi. r I'linil l-i IVaci,
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. dr. Orthooox. Rabbi Alexander S. I'.m I'll, i, i. \.. r ... S.n.ir.ia>
12630 W 0ie H*y. Conservative. Gross
Rabbi Rchiro Marconti. Cantor I'ri.l..
ur 11:13 a.ni liar Mltzvah: lav|i]
-..ii ..i Mr. and Mrs. l: .1 Slid l.i-
WOOD. 1351 S. Mth Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
I ..!.... s;l.i j- in. >i.ln..il l;nl.il-in
.in.l iln \\ ar uii I'ovvi l>."

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Re.onsti nctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Harman Gott-
lieb.
o
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. ",725 Monroe at. Conservative.
R.ibbi Moil.ni Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest BtOinor,
I
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BESHALAH
The waters of the Red Sea divide to make ;. path : >r the
Israelites.
And the children of Israel went into the micHt of the tea
upon the dry ground: and the waten were a wall unto
them on thcitafight hand, and on their Ii ft" txod 14:22)
Wfcfiaiehtat-Teviivl oi w fililMftlWfthf *aaVlt fiitsht
encounter on the duvet route to Canaan through the land >f the
Philistines, God sent the newly freed slaves b> wa> of the lesert
near the Red Sea. As they |ourneyed. they wen pnd< I by a
pillar 01 cloud l>\ day and a pillar of fire bj nighl
The Israelites had left Egypt presumably worshii their
God in the desert, when Pharaoh learned thai thi children of
I i.iei would not return to Egypt, he pursued them to the banks
of the Red Sea at the head of an army of chosen troops But a
miracle occurred: the children ol Israel were abl, to pass I ftween
the waves of the Red Sea that divided before them ar.. stood
upright like columns.
The Egyptian hosts plunging into the Red Sea after them
were all drowned. At this sight, the children of Israel ang
song Of praise to Cod. On their jeiirney through the desert, the
children of Israel were sustained by manna Ire heaver water
issued from a roek for them at the bidding of God Thi \male
kites did battle with the Israelites, but were defeated by ihua.
the son of Nun. anil his men.
This rteoonting of fha Weekly Portion of the Law i$ ex-
tracted and bated upon "The Graphic Hisfory of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wiliiim It., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the voiume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
in
Seymour H.nkes.
! ...
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, ... -. i v i\ Juilll
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BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd Ave.
OrtncxJoa. Raiph Krieger. sees-
i'y.
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CM TFILAH. 9J5 Euclid Ave Or-
tncoox. RaObi Joseph E. R.ico.sKy
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BETH TORAH 'c-iti- St and NE 11th
Ave. Constrv.itive. Rabbi Max L.p-
s.-.ti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
-.-n.
I-. > II." i .
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lOLLYWOOO TrMPLE 5 NAI. 1201
Johnson st. Const rvative. Rahb.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehucah
Heiibraun.

HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
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SRAELITE CthiTER. J179 SW 2Mh
St. Conservative. Rabbi Sbmaryahu
T. SwirsKy. Cantor Louis vonrn
:... i... |i.nl -
W \ My lira
I:....i ..-. M.itknJ I
mill Mi> S T IrsKj -'.. -;
.i in St. i ..-ii: i *.- 11 .. .....
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. 6tern.
Poale Zion
Branch Meeting
e Zion, Chaim Gre< n h rg
h am h oi Gr ;i;er Miami, will
i : Thursday evening, Jan 21
s n .it I ie Farband Cult
Ci on Ave.
iVilensky, presidenl
nduct I siness si ssion
of the n eetii
. of Philip Segal, jhev ?MAL2M, "n.N :'J'Yi,v
- .-- the 26th Zionist
..:-- : entl> held in J
hour will follow-. ;oithwest center mjb
TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. '6800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Caitor Aoraham Reiseman.
i' iluj 11 S*-i'iu.*ii: \i. .1. w i^li
tt'iil .il ... i lilt, n- ."' .-.ii
ii .1.... : ".' .i in,
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. cantor Zvi Adler.
ir.n |. in. i 'ui|iii icut'Bt, Rh i
All. li Itilti llik, .In i i"i. S..u; i
itt'Kiun ill i nli<.! -. hki.....r .\
. .. Sol III dnj -.i i in Si I nmil Thi
Huk v l'..| i'
Villa 'i K mil l i, --"ii "i .Mi.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 NE 19th St. ;
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. :
i.ni .- mini Thi i '.i !
Iliililil in !. trull "
Jewish Survival is Based
On Spirit of Independence
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tan-iid
QUESTION: "Is there any hope
for the establishment of a cen-
tral authoritative body of rab-
bis comparable to the Sanhe
drin in our day?"
Orfn~oox. Rabbi Uavid Lehrfield.
ranioi Ahr.iham s-.1
.... -. \.
I'urtinn l ^1
V1IAMI BEACH ETZ CH*' I
WASh'ngtOn A\ Orthodox. P
Abi.ih.im Strassfeld.
VI IN VON a I RFS C ON C. R rr.ATiON
3737 Bud Rd. M< i'ei n T, in
1 am glad that the question con
tains the word "hope. For with-
out hope, the Jtt, could not have
ciime tlit^ far in
Dr
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TEMPLE JUDEA. :ro Palermo Ave.
Libei ai-Reiorm. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
temple MENOhAi-i 620 '"th st the -ad history
Con.nv live R.mhi ".'a.rr Aw.im ,,| i,,, past Mi'l"r-
owili C.intor Elwj'C Klem
over, ;t i I ioI
hardy emphatic-
TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80Th Si jd a||v ,,, rJePV the
Tat in Waterway Vadr" Tradi.
p ..-.-ne L at c v iz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
"EMPLE OR OLCV. C nserv live
6th SI R.. r>
' n-to. N o Peldman
- i li I litj Ol
anything con
0 ,: ii it ion. n o
matter h o re
lc it mi li t
Ri isti c a 11 y
A TASTE OF HEBREW
10
A Waakly Column for Beginners
ltaeat*a hy
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
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AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH
1 Where are you travelling? (m.)
1 want lo travel lo Tel-Aviv",
I want to (ravel by tin ai train.
Whete lit) (be RaihoaJ Station?
The Railroad Souon is in this Mice!.
When tines the tram leave?
The train leaves (goes out) at 6.00.
i I httve to no quick.lv.
, I have lo buy a tickel.
Tbal's true.
Ya have to go q.; ddy,
The traia cave* at 6 exactly.
One may not miss (be (rain.
Here is your suiica.se.
Here is yoar briefcase too.
Regards (c uncle Shlomo.
Shalom! See you again!
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tickcl
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briefcase
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uncle
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ri .'PLF SINa: OF NflO'H MIAMI
12'00 NE i A i Ra
Dan n M. Low* i ntoi <' i Gale
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RABBI LAB0VHI
-i":hr. ol .i i
) in
,i i \- i s !i life
ikin
Is us th
. i his fello lew lor nil
ting his co-rel I as a-!
This passagi reveals r> early
ii. our historj trait which char-
rcterizes the Ji :. this lay. and
which lies al :"<>! our na-
tional faults, s v iindred thousand
, dull men had not the i) irae to
defend themselves against their
Egyptian oppress rs, b to the
authority <>f Moses, not te would
-ulimit. Kor such a people, no liu-
ni.ui authority is making the i wtifi I repri-
I musl b ed t turn to
receive (astigi I lor s arro
e m den I c alitj -l
all men
In i Id ;.l how-
i er, "this stitl-m cdn is this
hstinai y. all in "ent ly
for our
t. would
r hat el
the ...
I ealize that the
Ihorii I traditii
;. n ep(
an ih re npletely
'.]..,' in thi h a> and bj -
ol thi Fi r there
i i no otin ly. Such a
'lull
it ild not bi ble to other
facti.ns
ippose ii.. theio
TEVPLE T F-.HETH JACOB. 9S'
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At.d Appoints Two to Board
At.il. col.eec age organization. ; ml i> Junior I'SY \i- .it Beth
United Synagogue o| America has Torah Congregal
iv.1,1.,1 appointed two from Dade Count) Rabbi Allei ik .- lirector
to serve on its international Ex | Atid activities in 'he southeast
ecutive Board for the coming Region under bis auspices as di-
year. The announcement was made rector of yout! tiviUea, South-
at the fifth annual (International Pal Region, L'niti 5yn jogue of
Convention in Washington, 1> t America
t week. ----------------------
Marshall Baltuch, Miami BOOk RCVJCWS
Beach who \v 111 serve his fourth
;. ar on the Exe utii e Bo< rd a
elected to head Atid's fifih anni rM '" ;| bool reviews,
celeht m Baltuch >cr\ p nsored jo the Sisterhood
..I as the charter national first and PTA ol Tti pie Emanu-EI,
vice president, membership and .'; be held lay, Jan.
expansion, and P i '". Mrs Philip ... d \ii^.
man He a i hartet mi n rd Gru h i< n, an-
".th Torah Atid in North Mian '!
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I Beth l -' Femi I iu El :i. ..,:. ,., ,he
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Newli [ni "i l""'k rei iews by Dr Lehi
.hi il Pxei Bn ird i Theo ; id Mar.
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t fourteen years, who
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dedicated to the establishment of
day schools throughout the United
States.
lie served Torah I'mesorah as
its education director through
1949, and then was called to Israel
by Ozar Hatorah, a Setardic edu-
cational group, to help in the
founding of religious schools.
Mis parent-, dissatisfied with
the educational facilities in his
hometown of Scranton, Pa., sent
him to Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and
Mesifta in Brooklyn, N. Y. at the
age ol nine, where he received his
elementary, high school education
and rabbinic training Ordained in
1940. Rabbi Gross also holds a BA
'egree from Teacher'- College,
Columbia University, and a Mu-
ter- in education Iroin the I tuvei
riitj Ol Miami
Dunn, hi- -tint with Torah
I'mesorah, Rabbi Gross was re-
ponsible for the establishment of
2 elementary Hebrew day schools
throughoul the United state-, in-
cluding the Hebrew Academj in
1949 lie accepted the principal
-i.ip o| the Academ> in August,
and has served in thai ca
pncil) since
Working closelj with lay lead
t-. Rabbi Gross has nurtured the
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ol children from kindergarten
through loth gra le
A fleel ot eight buses transfers
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Academy's new milliondollar struc-
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The Academj is the onlj Hebrew
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lie i- a founder and associate
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The action occurred Friday niyht
"in extremely bad weather," the
report stated. The Israeli inter-
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tempting to have the plane identi-
ty itself, but receiving no reply.
Later, it was revealed by the Army
-poke-man here, it was found that
the plane was a Canadian ship, in
Use BS a transport by the United
Nation- Emergency Force. The
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on tb< statute of limitations.
indeed, a- Ambassador Knapp-
Stein see- it. the erdy limitation
to the entire question is the So-
viet occupied zone of Germany,
which ma> have some cases "I
Nazi criminals in its files to be
brought out alter Mav 8 ". not
. to help justice triumph, but
to capitalize on it politically .
Somehow. I recall once before
when a German official suggest
ed that it was only the Soviet
Union from which all evil flows.
In propel perspective, there is
much to be said for the point
But tin- official's name was Adoll
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Friday. January 15, 1965
f Wrife as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
There are Plans-No Implementation of Them
Haifa
NOT lonj! ago, tli' newspapers here
carried announcements thai the Jew
i~h NaticMi.il Fund was about to com
mence large-scale planting ol pasture
grasses in certain mountainous areas ol
the country. The news was a sourc<
al satisfaction to mam friends and
supporters of the JWF who had previ-
oust) been critical ol the organization's
stubborn insistence on planting trees
il onl> trees, irrespective ol ihe opinion ol experts
The eminent and respected sod conservation author
Prol Walter Lowdermilk. hi Bgain and again warned
:- ael thai indiscriminate planting <>i trees has res
a seri us lowering <>f the underground water table,
.,,. trees are great consumers ol water Lowdermilk has
me, and has repeated in public statements, thai the
asses on hills ild prevei t erosion as
eel trees, would save water resources
would at the game time provide pasture for Israel's
meagre meat supplies. Mountain- are a source ol water,
not of timber, he says
Unfortunately, the planting of a tree has become
- mething ol a holy cow among friends of the .INK over
seas There is no doubt that trees have their value, and
more i re neededin their place. No one can question the
need for blanketing arid areas with shade giving trees
Ever? visitor to Israel enjoys the sight of the shaded ave
nues and boulevards and public roads, where fast-grow
eucalyptus add to (Joe charm and beauty ol the land
scape But tree-planting must not become a religion.
Wiener, director of water planning tor Israel
reports on the completion of tests made in Israel. They
lei similar tests made in Arizona, and thej produced
same results pasture grasses are just as effective as
tree.- in prevent i ei sion, and consume less water
Further. Mr Wiener put- his finger on an area ol
close to a million dunams ol hillj land toda) covered bj
... [| this ground wen l covered w it I certain
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nasser is Like 'Harmless' Reformers
Washington!
THE 89th Congress will make i:
ird on a number i I is
the State D I
would like to keep quiet \lember*|
: i i ngress are draftin demands
i ir total severance ol ai I to I |
in- dictator Nasser's sug
gestii n that fcme i to hell
The i.-sue no longer hinges or Egyp
tian preparations for a [gression against Israel or
continued meddling in the Yemen Nasser's boast
that he Is providing Soviet arms to pro-Communist
Congolese rebels is too much for Congressmen who
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Gurion's Battle
Jerusalem
TO BE Hank, this is one subject
' we feel reluctant to write about
Chiefly, because one wonders
whether it could at all be explain
ed t i the reader outside of Israel.
And also b e c a u s e one is not
free to into the detai of the
affair Indeed th re i- the i
cult) in explaining even to
the phenomenon of the stru ig e the wa> it de-
veloped the intensity with which Ben-Gurion pel
< in ins uncompromising stand and the vehem-
ihe oppo>ition I e ha encountered
True, there is not i eh new in seeing ar
battled Ben-Gurion. More than once in the course
ol his long leadership have we seen him taking to
the battleground undeterred b> the odds However.
Ben-Gurion, the great and experienced tactii
irded them certainly not the waj he
did now. nor did he ever so tail to perceive the
i ol the peple. For raanj weeks il had become
, thai Ben-Gurion was becoming more and more
isolated in his demand I >r the reopening by the
ernment ol the "Lavon Affair." He gave not
the slightest indication I retreal or readme- to
promise
With his unusual vitality and forceand so un-
usual for a man of 79he fought hi- battle, writing
numerous articles at experts po-
litical opponent- at insidi and outside
ol his own part) "Even il l am left al ne and is
lated I shall continui to I t for what I consider
i ight .*nd just." lie d<>
due doubts whet: pate I
-uch a hostile real tipn S
from his past expi riei ed Hi it this I
too he would, in Indeed at lh< I it
u eeting ol the Mapai Centi ( ommitl
pearance an I forcel tipping
the s< ale in his I ivor; and thi nd to a sume
thai it was because ol this I I the vote had not
been taken ..t that meei g It was there and then
it appears, that Eshkol I to resign.
This move brought about ., rad Pre
mier Eahkol thus frei ol Ihe unbearable
dilemma which laced him on the part) grunds ol
either yielding to Bet therebj chancing
;, breakaway ol Ahdut Avoda from the Government
coalition and the end to the prospects of a Mapai
Ahdut Avoda alignment, or of rejecting Ben-Gur-
ion's demand and thus taking on the responsibility
for a possible -plit in the party
By resigning. Eshkol >hiUed the onus unto the
party, placing before it the alternative Of either
entrusting him with the tormation of a Government
on his own terms or ot giving the task to someone
else. He knew well there was no "somene else'"
within Mapai who. in the circumstances, could have
won wide enough support in the party and succeeded
in forming a coalition Government.
painfully aware that America sub>idizc>
I ;j ptian i
i Stal D tmenl '
: id to Nassi sspite his Castro-1 lings
the hope "I men! The Department's Seal
Eastern Division i- said b) some to contain more
pro-Nassei apologists than the Egyptian Embass>
\ issei can denounce the I > Ambassador
down an American civilian plane, facilitate the
burning of the I S Information \genc> library, and
>,-m\ arms and military officers to help the Congo-
lesi rebels murder American missionariesand
j with it all The situation todaj i- reminiscent
fficials who once sau the Chinese Communists
a harmless "agrarian reformers'' Today, many
state Department career officers still sec Nasser as
,i well meaning -Arabian reformer."
Congress will not ignore Nasser's support ol the
Communist Viel Cong. North Korea, Cuba, and his
continued acquisition of So\ iot arms It is no longer
a matter ot -driving him into the arms ol the Com-
munists." He i- already there
A showdown is emerging which ma) contrast
the practice and preachment of the Johnson Admin-
istration on Near Eastern policy. The President will
b, forced by an amendment for mandatorj sever-
ol aid to Nasser to either overrule the State
i>. partment or twisl some Congressional arms like
he did last session in the instance ol cutting ofl fui
thei hand-outs to Egypt It would have passed had
the White House not interceded to brii
l ia-t minute vote char
'Ihe State Department would also like I
the furor ah I wi -t Ilermany's refusj
the statute of limitations for the trial S
criminals All N ris -till in hiding and not yet
jecti T rimes charm'-, will i
nishmenl alter Maj 8. The Bonn i cnl
would like to pep the Nazi era undei the (
listor) Bom es not lik. to be remn
0 the continui '. a*. ti\ it) rocket sciei
ists Hi Egypt
The Administration is pushing the MLF treatj
envisaging the sharing ol nucleai weapons with the
Germans. Man> ( ingressmen question the
01 >uch proliferation, A number ol NATO nations
objeel The St.. Department therefore fears anj
airing of the statute ol limitations and n i .
eiitist issues.
grasses, the saving In water would be between hall
million and a million cubic metres a year Considei
that the highl) touted National Water Carrier gives
million, it i- obvious thai the amount is considerabli
and especially in a country where water can mean th
difference between survival and extinction oi the nal
The value of the cattle which WOUld thus be fed, I
the nation's economy and to the food basket, i- Bis
obv ions
For a long time there had been resistance V ithtn tl
JNF to any proposal lor pasture-planting instead > : tree*
For more than hall a century, thev had been plantll 4
trees, and the tradition had become deepl) r<
Thi- past fall the papers carried first report- ol i
proposal to undertake a n\e year pasture plant in i v,"
ment Soon thereafter came the announcement that
had been drawn up and approved bj a |oint committi
hi the Jewish National Fund, the National I ind \ urn
and the Soil Conservation Service ot the Ministrj
\. : culture
Enthusiastically, I wrote to the head offici >'t th.
JNF m Jerusalem to gel more details llm i. ." ar A.
anted as pasture? What were thi ; ans I
I ire expan
And then I received the reply from thi Ji i
I It was signed bj a -. (< tai \ n I
[ollow translation 'in replj to your letter, Mi
u, il,- h ..- I-!,- in irm you thai the JNF
to include 11 un I i ins for past ire n its
lopmenl ns. but a- yet nothing h *-
and neltlli r are then- an) plans for imp '
tilt..
4s We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
\ iolence Confab
w
Pnnorama:
fHEN Brandeis L'niversitj
Cenllj demonstrated its will
ingness to break new path- thro
the jungle of modern society D)
sponsoring :i three day conference
on v iolence, the men of tbou
and action assembled did not taki
Ion- to come to thi- heart of the
issue,
Prof. Milton Rat/, director ot
international legal studies at Harvard L'niversitj
n.ade perhaps the most discerning observation ot
the informal inquiry when he pointed nut thai police
officers, social workers, and public school teachers
are the people most likely to be working a: the
places where violence might first be -pitted Yet it
i- these functionaries in our society who are amons
the lowest paid i'':! among the worst ofl in po i
-..in- d -. stained community support In mam
tances the policeman, at a miserably low sa i
in danger ol assault bj holdup men and itber
teven dip into his own meager p.
i ii) hi- unifi orkcrs are all I
-iii d .i i
i rs, pi ai ticiiig their ;
dnw n neiyhb" and over-i ; i lassi i
ari the targets ol Birchers, people who i>
- hool bond issues and political!) mangled
( : ', i
\:.d .i iiai shlv materialistic society, impn
lainour ai .i the profit producers, has a
rewarding those who are shrewd rather than
servi
But the uvenue gang memoer. the lough
Her, and Ihe narcotics pusher continue to tat i
policemen the slow to-learn children coming
ilownat ihe-heel public schools from multi-prol
familii tinue to overburden the teachei
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Our Great Leaders Have Avocations
I^R. Nahum Goldmann, president off
^ the World Z nisi i w inch
h en in Israel, i- kind ol.
Israel it w as he
who negotiate for the
.in ieparatioi : Israel !!.- life
- full ot politics, so 1 was inten tedj
to read in an interview with him I
a paper that he doesn't b) an;
means confine himself to politics, and)
he sincerely hope- his colleagues won't make tnal mi>
take either As tor himself, he -ays. he is vc:v much
interested in many other things music philosophy, art
l though! of the statement in the Talmud quoting
some rabbi a- saying that a good Jew should also stud)
astroiKinSy. sirt'iis better to appreciate Cud's wonders
In American history, when we look hack to the period
of which we are most pruud. we tind the statesmen had
many interests. John Adams had broad intellectual inter
esta in history, rehgien. philosophy. Jefferson loved
music and mathematics and used to go on botanical ex-
peditions with Madison.
Many of the great Zionists had varied interests. Weiz-
mann was a scientist. Dr. Max Nordau was a physician
and world-famou.- author. Nahum Sokolow would sit writ-
"ii Spinoza while attending Zionist <

dking i i Germany, In Goldmann said I
Erhard is quite as sincere a friend of Israel as Kit i
emphasizing the point that unlike Adenauer. I
economist and what i~ more to the p
a follow ei ol the German Jewish economist, the
Iianz Oppen
- i.e thiny yean ago, l had the privilege ol m<
Prol Oppenheimer in what is now Israel l heai
- reputation and was curious to meet him 1
little timorous al>out it. but 1 found Oppenlieiine:
warm and human He told me an amusing Btor)
encounter with the great German military figure. Marshal
Ludendorf, who was also a great anti-Semite Oppenheimer
had an appointment with Ludendorl. and when he arrived,
he was told by the secretary that he only had fifteen
utes. but Ludendorl kept him for a couple of houi
was drinking while he was talking.
Ludendorf told Oppenheimer that one of the reasons
wh) he didn'l like Jews was they didn't drink and didn t
know how Oppenheimer decided to teach Ludendorl
lessen Every time Ludendorf drank. Oppenheimer, th*
Jew, drank a little more, and Oppenheimer said to me.
he didn't leave until Ludendorf was shaking on his
and finally fell on his couch, drunk Oppenheimer walkefl
out straight.


nuary 15. 1965
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Cash. U. S. Government and
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VA & FHA Insured and
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Conventional Loans....................... 115,419.483.51 142.896,286.72
Loans on Savings Accounts................................. 413,542.81
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank............................ 1.478.000.00
Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium.......................... 739,187.09
Buildings. Equipment & Parking Lots......................... 2.477.259.54
Real Estate Owned....................................... 336,728.97
Other Assets............................................ 454.67912
TOTAL ........................................ $168.832,611.83
LIABILITIES:
Savings Accounts........................................$155,148,878.89
Loans in Process........................................ 1,963,793.01
Advance Payments by Borrowers
for Taxes, Insurance, Etc.............................. 632.547.24
Deferred Income ........................................ 548.031.21
Other Liabilities......................................... 114,927.67
Reserve for Estimated Income Tax........................... 120,800.00
Reserves and Surplus:
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Surplus............................ 2,001,307.73 10,303,633.81
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municipal council, had been
sentenced "to a long term of im-
prisonment." The man, whose
name as spelled out is obviously
Jewish, was accused of having
Rabbi Kronish
En Book Review
Kronish, spiritual
I, i Beth Shoiom
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A director of the hi h
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^enorah Ladies Plan
airway to Stars Lunch
1 Doral Beach Hotel
A Ot/
ovnan s
UUorU
;! Stairway to the stars
on Of Temple Menorah.
- Sisterhood's major social
will be held on Wednes-
noon at the Doral Beach
starlight Roof. Mrs. Elsie
sky president, announced.
theme of the function is
are Heavenly." which
-n the idea of devotion to
- education and religious
-
I nes Herbert Kaplan and
i _al have outlined the pro
il hi hliehl will be th
. -ion of lev i- Fashions
coordinated and cominen
- Edith Zipp i
The Jewish Floridian
a; models will the
Sis "! members
Mesdames Elsie Belsky, Sol Fran-
kel, Edward Klein. Sloe Kurman,
Hen Krovetz, Benjamin Stein. Les-
lie Prince. Norman Harrow. Jules
Slansky and Saul Ginsburg
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, in
congratulating Sisterhood on its
tenth annual Stairway to the Stars
Luncheon, will briefly address the
ladies in a talk, "Twinkle, Twin-
kle Big Star."
Si n rhood of Temple Menorali
underwrites the welfare ol the
I. mi le' H io School pro-
gram-, which inc 1.1 tl s Kursi
( hool t h rough conl ation,
Throu ,h sisterh I hel|
'. pr am i
i ion c ication i- th
"eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 15, 1965
Section B
[Temple Or Olom Will
Hold an Auction Event
Or Olom will hold an
Saturday evening, Jan
remple So< ial Hall, B755
51
men ai e Mrs. William
nd Mi Lawrence Kap-
have announced that
Stern ">li be auctioneer
ol items from furniture
portraits will be up for
Proceeds h ill be used for
the construction ol a nev sanctu
arj and additional classrooms a
cording to Mrs Alvln Levens
president of Sisterhood
Sisterl.....d will hold a meetin
on Thursday Jan 21 al the So
Hall..... lit to Mrs Alb rt So
o pr if.. i chairman. Function
will feature a pre-auction ol cloth
ng items, with Mr- Lawrence
VVulkan acting as auctioneer.

n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
ti
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Yea
I) md Baron dc Hi
share this though! with
., ii iends Man i an d i
in 1965 than to
ds togcl hei foi i he est ab
. ..... .....
. |-ii i oi ;i orld ol peace, un
11 nd ng at n dual i
. ankind.
H elect Nina Brisker honor
. -i at a surprise luncheon
Sal \ hosted b) her future
: honor. Marianna Young
in at the home ol her par-
' and Mrs. Ah x Younger-
I'raii le Ave. Sharing
th stive o casion, Mrs. David
] i Mrs Irving Querido, Mrs
Bam Brisker, Mis Florence
feet n, Eileen Seiden, Mrs A.
i in Mrs ii Ropp, Mrs. P
Kiel Mr- Adele Bernstein
hostess mother, fteyna
h well known artist, Mi s.
N oi- : man iii hersell I c hon
orcd Sunday aiiernoon at the
Wort Ave Gallery i.i Palm
beat She'll have 20 paint
ings exhibition with the show
conl ing through the end of
the th
ii-. 300 guests attended the
Grei Miami Chicago club
gala nner dame on Jan. 2 at
tne iville Hotel, where they
wen ntertained by headliners
Cow. and bheila McCrae
Mr. I Mrs, Mike fisher Hew
in l: Cleveland to be with her
parei Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lao an. and Lois, charming
daut i of tin Samu i Pearl-
mai lolidaying fiom the Uni
vers i ollege w as anwng the
mar. >njOying the t-to ther
arra ed bj Howard \ Mesh .
Pret i ol the group is llai i s
*
n ix and Bertha Gi
im. r hom< ri ady foi ti e im
en< visit oi son, Di I harles
wife Hale and child) en
Ji nd Lauri I
Gi .ii/ sei \ .'_ h n sidi.......
Chicag i's Micha 1 Ri -
pil | ii | famih ;: ma a a
I the -a a)
(iov. ntoi h Da
ind Mrs. 1
Come May. there II he .
i
when in Ri< Bet
ried to the former Ruth Grata
gi aduates from the S< hool o
Medicine al Tulane
mei Beach High and Hebri
\( lemj student is majoring ii
. : ion and psychologj an<
, II a.....I_ .... I...,
s v rman, and Mrs. Her- will show the 1965 fashions at Tei
p] n, chairman, review models, M< orah's Stairway to the Stars Lun
nes Elsie Belsky, Sol Fiankel, Edward Wednesday ct the Doral Beach Ho;el.
Klein, Moe Kurman, B^n Krovetz. Benjamin shown are Mesdames Jules Slansky and Saul
Stein, Leslie Prince and Norman Harrow, who Ginsburg.
Ellen We>ss tak-ng ; l\anta ie
ol mid term break at Stem Col-
lege lor Women in New York to
spend some time with her par
euts, Mr and Mrs Sol Weiss .
Now in her junior year, the for
mei Beach High and Hebri
in
a no
plans eventual!} to teach on her
home grounds hen1 Also in
It rested in writing, many ol RI
Ion's article.- appear in her Col
legc newspaper

Arriving this week, winter resi
dents from Chicago, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Hyman, who will mark
their 59th wedding anniversary
on Saturday morning during ser
vices conducted by long-time
friend m Irving Lehman
Joining them on the happy occa
sion will be their son. Irving Hy
man, and his wife, of 3140 SW
14th St. Married in Russia
in 1906, the Hymans have lived
in Chicago since 1011 Joseph
is artisiic rajagesentativc for prae
lically^BjeiSjvell known cantor
in tlu-Jb^ntfy .
Another loyal winter resident
from Chicago, M
ht/.. will be honored b) her
daughter and son in-law Rutl
Charles Jacobson, on her sotii
birthda) The Jacobsons w ill
hosl the Oneg Shabbat at Ti mpl
Judej i! Jan 22
Continued on Page 4-B
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Friday, January 15, iggr
Beth Sholom School Showcase
Florida Chapter and the newly-formed Miami
3each Chapter, Women's League for Israel,
neld their first anniversary donor luncheon at
"he Doral Beach Htel last week. Miami Beach
Dfficers. (left to right! are Mrs. Morris Schorr,
membership chaiimcn; Mrs. Harry Kapell.
Mrs. Jacob Weitzer. vice presidents; Mrs. Faye
Tupler president. Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs.
Michael Tatkin president. Florida Chapter;
Mrs. Sarah Chesler. recording secretary. Mi-
ami Beach Chapter Mrs. Sam Friedland. don-
or chairman; Mrs. Mortimer Nathanson. New
York executive board member; Rabbi Iiwin
Cutler, of Temple Israel. Miramar. guest
spaaker; Mrs. Lillian Ralby v>ce president.
Ftoiida Chapter; Sarah Kunin. chairman. Flor-
ida Chapter.
Senior Citizens Program Slated At the New 'Y'
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Sunday afternoon at 2:3J p.n

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regularly each Tuesdaj hen
. fter featuies a< ;:\ itles 11 did it
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i noraI group dit cted hj Berta
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i.i bj S irah Le\ inc and Abra
I am Brov m ei
On Wednesday afternoon, there
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Second "School Showcase" oi
the Temple Beth Sholom Religioiu
School opened on Mondaj evening
.it Hie M-ii."ii. .in. i mi, to an an
iioiinicmeiit by Mrs Irving B.
Kaplan, chairman ol the School
Board.
Parent! ol children attending
Beth Sholom Religious School gath-
ered in the class rooms of their
children, where the) were brought
up-to-date on the sunk done In
their children since the first
"Showcase" session.
The) also were given an oppor-
(unit) to learn modem Hebrew
through the new audio-lingual
method and later heard Rabbi San
lord Seltzer, director of the South
east Federation of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
who began a series "f lectures on
Jewish history, Rabbi Leon Kron
ish. spiritual leader of Beth Sho
loin, discussed "American Jewish
Ideologies "
Mrs Ir\ ing Kushman is > I air
man of the Adult Studies Commit-
tee under whose aegis Ihe "School
Sho\ case" pi ui I I he Board
il Ed ication is I iducte
Stall "i B 'Hi Sholom working
parent^ or Mon j i
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Federation of Jewish Women to Find
Out What Makes Community Tick
noted authority on commuoil
planning and community activit;
Sponsored l>> the Federation i
Jewish Women, the theme ol tl
da\ is 'For Your Infoi mation
kerhood of Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual mid-win-
[tea honoring life members of the Sisterhood on Wednes-
I 1 p.m.. at the Seville Ho**l, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
et, announced. Feature of the afternoon will be a "Chai
hion Show" by Wilma of Lincoln Road Mall. Planning
nmittee are seated (left to right) Mrs. Elliott Harris, life mem-
ship chairman and chairman of the day; Mrs. Shapiro,
sident; Mrs. Jacob Katzman, program vice president; and
,s. Paul Pollak. Sending (left to right) are Mrs. Reuben
fin, Mrs. Michael Sotsin and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Sis-
hood past president.
Women
Slate Meetings
, Chapter of B'nai B'rith
|en v ill 'mid it- monthly card
1 j ij n ii al the home ol
iident, Mrs. Hilda Laza
r^g," ,; i;n. kcll A\e K.li.'sh
meat .ill -'-i \ < I
On i iv-day. .'.in L'ti. the chap
terviii hohl n- regular evening
tin- al Coral Gables Federal.
I Ponce de Leon Blvd.
tpter Mad Hatters Luncheon
is act lor Thursday. .Ian. 2tf. al
Jordje Marsh Auditorium. Atlair.
chaired l Mr.-. Harry 1'ato ami
Mrs. .\\ Ivia I.iehman. will feature
a firade oi hats and prize-
The \nru- Frank Chapter, meet
ruesday noon at the Park
( afcteria, "ill hoar a hook
fv on "The Deputy" by Rabbi
non Schiff, ol Beth El Con-
Ition.
4 *
n\ Laza.^s Chapter will
I lesday evening, Jan 26, al
kington Federal, 1234 Wash-
in Ave, Film "ill be present-
^\ Southern Bell Telephone Co.
Pioneer Women .
in Program
|r.-. Milton Green, president ol
leer Women, announced thai
organization "ill hold its an-
Combined Jewish Appeal
kheon at the Seville Hotel on
May
no of the first women's groups
the community each year to
out its own CJA program.
Pioneer Women will welcome
Irving I,eh mi an 19 chairman, upon his return
a 12-day mi.-si on to Israel
\ Europe,
addition to Dr. Lehrman's re
on the trip which he and Mrs
rnian. president of the Fcdcr
of Jewish Women, made at
request of Mo-he Sharret,
frman of the Jewish Agency,
Outstanding pro-ram is plan-
). according to Mrs Green
Ikn added attraction will be prcs-
ition of a lur fashion -how for
ni rs i Pioneer Women and
,-1-.
Psychiatrist to Speak
meeting of Single Parents ol
inn Beach will be held on Wed-
lay at Washington Federal f
Ings and Loan Association, 1133
Vmandy Dr., Normally Isle. I)r
QLviiii Donelan, psychiatrist, and
iber of the Dade County Modi-
Association, will discus- "Ap-
tensions of a Second Mar
ral ion ol JeM ish Women
"Questions the Men" and finds oul
v' ..i make. | ic i ommun tj and
the i 'ombhTed Jev ish Appeal tick
at it- "Fi r Y iur Information Day"
at the Seville Hotel on Thursday,
lai 2!! Irom 10 to 2:30 p.m.
Mrs Chai I P Feinbi rg, cl
man of tii daj ."'Hi Mrs lrv ing
Lehrman, presidanl of the Feder
.it ion ol Jewish Women, announce!
that television and radio person
aiity A! Leibert will obtain the
luaations and answers as members
of the audience join him in quizing
the following:
Louis Schwarlzman, Bureau ol
Jewish Education; Leon Fisher,
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice: Maurice Pearlstein. Jewish
Home for the Aged; Dr. Michael
Goodman, Jewish Vocational Ser
vice; Marvin Bostin, Mt. Sinai Hos-
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Friday, January 15 |J
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Contiued from Page 1-B
Vmong members of the fam-
ily who will be "ii hand lo cul
the big birthdaj cake will be
daughters Mrs Archie (Marion)
Raife and Mrs. Benjamin 1 Lil-
lian) Neiman, Chicago and Oak
Park, HI. and Blanche Linsky,
so Miami
Larry and Pansj Flaum enter-
n< d for Barbara and John
niece and nephew. ol Port
Washington, N Y Localite
1 Lewis, founder of the
nas Paine Foundation, re-
i his dedication address de-
ed for the un\ eiling
> and gold statue of the
\ nerican patriot at his birth-
in i in tford, Enj land .
in Da\ idson and Ada Green-
by rove
field Morley read several of their
prize poems published by the
Poetry Society and gave a pre-
view of next year'.- Poetry Fes
tival And a brief resume of
his coming talk before the youth
group of B'nai B'rita was pre-
sented by Rev. Edward Gra-
ham .
Noted author of Zionist hooks.
Julius Haber and his wife winter
guests at the Abbey Hotel on Mi-
ami Beach Now celebrating
his 77th birthday. New Yorker
ll.ihor has four books to his cred-
it, plus innumerable articles and
- d biograph) of N
tali Her/. Imber, author ol Is
,'ati rial Anthem. "Hatik-
vah "
Although the Morris Worts
mans, ol Chicago, arrived for
their yearly visit in time to don
formal attire and attend the Gov-
ernor's Inaugural Ball with
liter Geri and husband Ron
Levitt, major attraction for the
annual trip is visit with grand-
children Lynn and Howard who
at the moment, have no political
standing .
A beaming ^reat grandmother
at ti2 is Mrs. Jennie Zilbert, of
New York, who can't yet enough
of great grandson Main Scott Ru-
bin, a mere i<> months Mrs
Zilbert is vacationing here with
her son, Leonard, and daughter-
in-law Rosalind, ol Mi rth Baj
il... l >ianne is ihe Zil-
berts' daughter Also vaca-
im Now
York n W rs Ida I
llnd'S mother, and Mrs Mae I.op-
selter, Rosalind's sister
Golfer- heaven for Bernard
Litman who scored a hole in one
at King's Baj Yacht and Country
Club recently with ins wife there
to witness the feat Using a
six iron, the Miami insurance
executive scored lhe_a.ee ou Ui>
146-yard thint hole Comple-
ting the foursome. Mr. and Mrs
Morris Mayer
Rose and Eugene .1 Weiss cele-
brated their 4uth wedding anni-
versary with a dinner part) at
Bill Jordan's Restaurant and Bar
ol Music The popular couple.
of 3 Island Ave surrounded by
their children, grandchildren and
many friends, -.ere serenaded
with countless variations of the
Am v >
Stati Lou Wolf-
- dining with ''.r, and Mrs.
Fred Atlas, ol the White House
ORT Planning
Tribute Luncheon >^
: ibute lunche in h<
01 the Southeastern Florida Reg-
ion of Women's American ORT will
place Tuesdaj noon at the
D< luville Hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Henry Gilbert, chairman
of the day, and region vice presi-
. has announced that Myron
Cohen will entertain.
Among guests will be Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami
Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard
with their wives,
Region president, Mrs. Louis
Earon. stated that "the proceeds
will help to expand ORT's exist-
ing facilities and to build more
ORT Vocational Training Schools
-1 rely needed because of the tech
nological revolution and the dis-
location of the Jewish people."
Reservations may be made with
Mr- Gilbert or the ORT office, 600
Lincoln Rd. Mall.
/-'
Blintzes?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
Ferniis-e Tetley is bright and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
should be-a favorite in Jewish
homes since '. i
BULK. BAGS AND
INSTANT
Art Course Set At No. County 'Y'
Seniors Launch
Public Lectures
- nshine State Senior Citizens
N I, affiliated with the National
Council of Senior Citizens, is in-
irating a series of public lee-
- tn be held free on Fn
1 p.m., throughout the winter
season at Agudath Israel Hebrew
iite.
Ever, spiritual lead
1 : V| lath 1 -rael. u ill presi nl
ture tin- Friday on
The 1 1 nstanl Struggle Between
Youth and A. 1 Q 11 stion and an
- 1'.- period will follow.
Louis Shapiro, president of Sun-
State Senior 1 tizens will
: on current events.
MRS. JOSEPH YANKH
\ 1 U'll.
... l-wei
, ,'ortl
14036 NE 61 \\e., '
da) evening fn n i to 10 p m., it
v as announced by Mrs. David
^ ;v Yono\ it. chairman activi
ties
* Mrs. Yanich, a native of Detroit,
studied at the University ol Mich
igan, the Art Institute of Chicago
and received her UFA degree at
Cranbrooh Academy ol Art. She
has recently exhibited her work in
a premiere one-man show of the
winter season at Rogue's Gallery
Two. she has also exhibited in the
Michigan Artist show, where she
won first prize in sculpture, the
Vrt 1 Ihe 1
- ..
Galli
A variet; ol n ed a will be intro-
duci d, including 1 harcoal ii
i astel, ater colors, oil pail
., amic s< ulpture.
Card and Games Party
Mrs, George Simon, president,
Jacob C ('"hen C< mmunitj Syna
0 no Sisterhood, announces the
lir.-t Tu B'Shevat card and games
party will be held on Tuesday, 1
p in., in the social hall of the -yn
gue, 1532 Washington Ave Mrs.
Nathan Sommer :- chairman ol the
event which 1- planned to become
an annual affair.
MAR-PARV
THE KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
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Contain- no milk or animal fat. Made from pure, highly
unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils. Vitamins
A and D added for extra nutrition. Delicious, golden
pure all-purpose Margarine. A last) table spread, flavorful
cooking help, and baking "must". Mar-Parv is the
perfect Margarine for every Jewish home.
Hotel, at the new Chandler il
taurant in Surfside were boat,
with personal im itat
tend the Lnaufural c-thjio*
and gala reception for I'rJj
Lyndon B. Johnson in W|.y|
ton. D.C, next week
lucky foursome fly there oa 1
day.
gathered for you
Miriam R*'
Do mothers, ... >. and
1 1
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that irainii 1 oah'
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even Kike a cake with<
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ii h looks like .. rial
with a 1on ) on top "/ :
This wi the only u
impossible to ruin.....
I ang> with orange and
reminiscences, that
cake earns $25 foi Mi K
for the Sisterhood 0 rei
Abraham in 1 anion, Ma
s ,
v ur t ongregatntn, Husband is the nil hi,
hon* I, "." explains Mrs
earnestly. "and is about 1
md for a net* and r* aui
ing. Tne Sisterhood
.. 1 ral I" '' land ......n 1
the kitchenand
Hill hi
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minded workers n II
ai > monies
c ertainly, ihe makers ol 1
o-i and ( ii.i-c .x s
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lay. January 15, 1965
* Jet* 1st fhricfiar
Paqe 5-B
:ie 57th annual convention of the Alpha
ia Dental Fraternity in Toronto, three
_i dentis'3 and their wives won first prize
L Masquerade Ball. Left to right are Dr.
Mrs. George Graham. Dr. and Mrs. Law-
B Krasne. and Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosen-
i. representing Miami at the national con-
aon. who walked off with the prize for
n.ality and aesthetics. The convention
ked *he culmination of the "Dedication
the fulfillment of the establishment of
dental school at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. Alpha Omega Fraternity, which
has more than 150 members in Greater Miami,
assisted Israel in 1948 by supplying the Israel
Dental Corps with hospital and field equip-
ment, at well as qualified teachers to train
dental personnel. In 1953, Alpha Omeqa es-
tablished a provisional dental school, and a
campaign was begun for the building of the
new school and the establishment of the Al-
pha Omeqa Research and Postgraduate Cen-
ter. S 1.500,000 was raised toward fulfillment
of the now realized goal.
Mountain Lake
Campers Gather
First annual get-together parly
for Muuutain Lake campers anil
parents will be held Sunday. Jan.
24. from 2 to 5 p.m.. at the Caba-
ret Theater. Tony's Fish Market.
Hosts will be co-camp directors
Marty Levine and Al Savage, as
well as camp mothers Tina Levine
and Nanette Savage.
Color movies of the camp will
be shown, and Alan Campbell and
his orchestra have been engaged
for the affair.
Mountain Lake, for boys and
. girls from 5 to 16. is in Hendcrson-
I ville. N.C., located on 55-acre Lake
I Osceola. The camp opens in late
! June and closes in late August.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Beth Jacob Sisterhood was to
meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m., al Da-
vid Whitman Hall, 311 Washington
Ave., according to Mrs Esther
llillman. president.
Austin Burke on Trip
Austin Burke leaves Friday on a
business trip that will take him
to San Diego, Boston and New
York. Burke was recently named
a vice president and consultant
tor a California menswear firm.
In February, he will attend a con
vention in Chicago of the Mens-
wear Retailers of America. Austin
is a member Of MRA's national
board.
'Echoes of Israel* Due Here Feb. 1-2
and merrymaking will
:;. t the mill-winter season in
it Miami with the concert
rment ot Echoes of Israel''
e Miami Beach Auditorium
ondas and Tuesday. Ke!> 1
highi
Grea'
enga.
at tl
on l'
*u2.
BttMi-ht back to the area follow
ing a succe--ful summer season
last- .'iily. the Michael A. (iolan
prodi.tiun will headline the Sa
bra I ..ncoiv the hutfoonery of
Berni Herns, the harmonizing of
the \ 'I feature the
vocal artistry ot Sho.-hanah Dam
ari, C Tel Aviv
Now a full-throated chanteuse.
Miss 1 .man -in^ in several lan-
l|gU4< incluihr., English. Hebrew.
Span. Italian and trench.
Th. onieiiu cu|.-er- of Berns has
brow; him national tame via the
Ed-ffc'allivan Show and the Barry
Sis#i
I the "echoes" are shrill.
,;ul clear with hilarity as the
:i frolic through the produc-
ith their special brand of
humor
histon ol their fame was
at Beach Audit.
Radio, at Cafe Sabre in New York
and on the Ed Sullivan Show.
On the orchestra podium for
Echoes of Israel" during its two-
day engagement will be Dr. Paul
Csonka. staff conductor and com-
peer of the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami.
KOSHER
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MORRISOrVSCHIFF
"THE GOOD FRANKFURT"
HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
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Ar.
loud
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satir
Th
first
BFKNIE BIKNS
battle during the War of Libera-
tion in Israel in 1948.
Today the group is renowned for
tched upon the fields ol it- performance on Kol Israel
a, la. Swiss
TURN SUNDAY BRUNCH
INTO A FEAST I
Just lay generous placet of
Switzerland Swiss Cheese on
cut buttered bagels. Heat on
baking pan in oven till cheese
Is melting. What a feast I
I. Sull/orlaml
4
Anyone can
make the hole*
but only the Swiss
can make)
the flavor
Look for "Switzerland" on
the package of slices or
chunk you buy. Then you
are sure of getting the
matchless quality and nut-
like ta'am of genuine Swiss
Cheese-produced in Swit-
zerland and no where else!
No, they don't come this way. You still have to
do a little work. Like opening the can, putting
the beans in the pan, heating them. But your
reward is instant. Everyone digs in,most of
them yell for seconds. And you have two rea-
sons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz
(strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly deli-
cious. (2) They're good for people. Big on
proteins. So be a hero.Tonight, ^j A
KOSHE.R AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE SEAL OF APPROVAL -
OF THE. UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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Friday, January 15, 1$
Miss Satin Eyes Rites in April
Miss Boss Will
Marry Rabbi
Naftali Porush
Mrs George ll Bass, 1621 SW
tl St., announces the engage-
lent ol her daughter, Elaine Rao.
aughter of the late George H.
-- to Rabbi Naftali Porush, sob
.<' Mrs. Saul Porush and tho late
suul Porush, i>22 Michigan Ave
Miss Bass is the granddaughter
tin- late Rabbi and Mrs. Abra-
M I'.as- ol New York. Miami
each, and Jerusalem, Israel, and
Mis. Jacob Wells and the late
. acoh Wells, ol Charleston. \V. Va.
i Porush i- the grandson i>i
Mrs Jacob Shnaii
Chit.. J rusalem.
The prospective bride is a grad-
: v mi Senior High School
st idenl al the Universitj
here she majored in
. i is .1 member <>t
.i< Ita, Delta Theta
P \ Epsilon. Gamma Si|
Honor Council.
The groom-to-be was ordained at
l e Hebn w Theological Coliei i
hit ago, tvhere he also received
e i gree i Bachelor of Hebrew
..ii> attire lie is a graduate <>t
osevelt University, where he
his BS degree in chemis-
trj Rabbi Porush served lor the
. iv years as principal ol
Lincoinwood Jewish ConKieuation
religious schools in Lincoinwood.
HI. He is present!) teaching at the
5 esivta High School here
A late summer wedding i-
.ii ned
DSVESA DfB.VIS
Rabbi Richter
Devera Dernis
Engagement Told
Jacobs. Braun
To be Married
In Wedding Rites
Announcement has bean made
ot the engagement ol June Carol
Jacobs ami Mepiier. Jay Braun by
the future barlda's parents. Mr. and
Mr- Joins Jacobs, %t> sw inth
>t.. and Loch Sheldrake. \ V The
bridegrooaa-alecl i> the s;n >t Mr.
and Mi- Alexander Braun, Mronx.
\ Y
Misi Jacobs will receive a BS
ii'^ree in June from the Cimei-
sity ol Miami, where she is an
Orange Kea Honorary, literary and
managing editor ol Temple Maga-
zine
Sh< serves a- vice president ol
l M Chemical Club, student affili-
ate oi American Chemical Society,
and i- a member ol Delta Si
I': Rosebud
Her fiance has a BB \ degree
from 'ill '.\ rrsitj i Mi,.mi and
plans In do graduate nork in New
V'oi k lie i- a meml er ol Delta
Sij na Pi, professional fraternity,
and sencd a- business man;
oi 'l.'H|.....; l Miami Hurrici
EnRaBoment of Mary Kllen Sa-
tin to Dr. Robert II. Schwab is an-
nounced here. The bride-elect,
who lives in New York, is the'
daughter of Mrs. Anne Satin. 4301
Royal Palm Ave, Miami Beach,
and the late Mr. Seymour Satin.
The uroom-to-be, of I'hiladel
phia. is the son of Mrs. Fannie
Sihwab. Wwinefield. l'a and the
late Mr. Joseph Schwab.
Miss Satin is a graduate' of Mi-
ami Beach High School, and in
1964 graduated cum laude from the
Whaiton School of the I'niversitv
of Pennsylvania, she is a mem-
bar of Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority,
and Beta Gamma Sigma and Pi
Gamma Mo, honorarles
Presently, she is an administra-
tive aide in the Personal 'lYust De-
partment of the chase Manhattan
Bank in New York.
Dr. Schwab is a graduate ol
Overbrook High School in Philadel-
phia, and graduated cum i,
Irom Temple University. in
he graduated with distinction:
Jefferson Medical College, w^
he was a member ol Alpha Omw'
Alpha and 1'hi Delta Epsilon j
also won the Mosby Prize
tinguisbed scholarship
He interned at PhUad
eral Hospital and took his
dency at the Jeitarsoi
College Hospital. He rei
lellowship from the Nal
stitute of Health and tool
eal traineeaMfi in eardii
Georgetown Unlveaaity,
Presently, he practice- ,
i _> in Philadelphia, and
sistant in medicine at thi .
-on Medical College Hasi
at the Philadelphia GeOi
pital
An Apnl wedding is ]
and the i OUpla plan U>
Philadelphia al 2601 Pal
Mi
Jack Dernis, 650
LEON SCHACHTERS
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YAI MIEYILLi:
ON STAGE IN PERSON
BIGGEST SHOW bargain
IN TOWN
INli.NG MUSIC COMEDY
6 STAR ACTS
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New Comedy
AND OTHERS
ON SCREEN
"DER PURIMSRitlER"
235 WASHINGTON AVE.
Matinee Evening
86th SI announce the engagement
,i then- daughter Devera, to Rabbi
Harold Kichter. ot Miami.
The brida-tO-be attended the He-
brew tcadeOIS Ol Creator Miami.
graduated from Miami Beach High
School, attended st Petersburg
Junior College and i- presently a
student at the University Ol Miami.
Rabbi Kichter studied at the
Hebrew Theological College "f
Chicago, Herzl College of Chicago,
E in m a n u e 1 College, Berrien
Springs, Mich and the Univer-
sity of Miami.
ordained at the Mesifta Tor ah
Vodaatb in Brooklyn, N. Y he is
the son ol Mrs. Morns Richter, ol
Miami P.eai h. and the lati Mr
Richter.
Kahiii Richter is present!) spir-
itual leader oi Cot ion I'.'nai
iael in Miami, where the
w ill be held on Mai
Graphologist to be Speaker
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Joseph E. Sophia
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Mastroianni
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[BREAKFAST 1965
Cert and Bert Samuels were at homo to their
fc-ienda ior the lust breakfast <>f the New Year.
|\\hiu- mums and red carnations .made a clashing ,
[c i i, 'niece (or the l)iiffet hreakfast table. Gerl
Isii (I .ill the women looked so pretty they outshone
[the flowers by far. Folks were either on the way
to somewhere or coming back from somewhere
Among the Happy New Yeai'ers were Dr. and
Mrs Norman Russ, Mr and Mrs Larry Paskow.
Iltabhi and Mrs. Leon Kroni.-h. Mr. and Mrs.
'Michael Morsel. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Broidie.
Mr and Mrs. Artie Kravii/. Mr. and Mrs. William
tWeintraub. Judge and Mrs living Cypen and Dr.
and Mrs Lester Stepner
WESTVIEW USHERS IN NEW YEAR
As >ou entered Westview Country Club, there
|was ;i feeling of being in a penthouse in New
York, with the fabulous New York skyline in the
[background. The diningroom was filled with
floating balloons of all sizes, drifting about.
[Tables had high hats, candles and massed flow-
jus for centerpieces. At the Stanley Tate table
were Helen and Seymour Somerstein. Lolly and
Paul Shiekman, the Dr. Stanley Weinkles and
the Edward Denisons Among those sitting with
Mar'ha and Startle) C Myers were Ida and Bill
Sinter. Dr Max Pepper and his Sadye, and the
Dr llberl Rosenthals. Also enjoying the cve-
n.ug ga and George Kneapler, the Harry Barnetts.
Dr and Mrs. Donald Mishnoff, Mr and Mrs
Clifford Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swetow,
and Dr. and Mrs Carl Bauman.
ALL IN RED
Red bells, red balloons and masses of red
flowers helped ring in the New Year at the Mai
bnalanders annual Open House for the 19th
time. The whole Knglandcr family were in red
Sophia in a long red velvet gown and all the
family, Tobie, Donna and Maria, were in red too.
Even Mai wore a red tie 1'attie was, the only
Englander missing. She had gone f>r a visit,
hoping she could see snow for the first time She
did. Among guests. nearK two-thousand of them,
were Dr and Mrs. Leo Grossman, Mr. and Mrs.
ii\\ Mechanic. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Heines. Mi.
and Mrs Walter Falk. Judge Albert Saperstein,
the stem sisters, Lenore, Rena and Sylvia. Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Karp. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stone,
the Jerry and Al Warrens. Mr. and Mrs Bernard
Sklarew. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ki.-man. and the fly-
man Galbuta and Robert Turchins.
SOMETHING NEW WAS ADDED
Aaron Kanner met his guests as usual with a
glass of his famous egg nog Marcella was to be
found in the middle of the largest, laughingest.
talkingest group of people at their annual Orange
Bowl Buffet. This year, there was an accordionist,
who delighted the crowd of over seven-hundred
dinner guests. This is one party no one misses
unless they're in traction like Carl Weinkle.
Among guests were Elinore and Commissioner
Sidney Aronovitz. Rep. and Mrs. Lee Weissen-
born. Rep and Mrs. Richard Petti grew, Mr and
Mrs. Harry Markow. Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin.
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Goldman. Mr. and Mrs Leonard
Abess. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Williams, Mr and
Mrs Ben Blum. Rabbi and Mrs Joseph Narot,
Mr and Mrs. A J Molasky and daughter, Mrs.
Pegg] Sehulman. and Mr and Mrs. David Davis
The Sidnev LefcourtS left early to take their
children. Barbara and Barry llaiman. to the air-
port. Virginia and George Theobold drove in
from Ft. Laudeidale while Ciena and Mel Mur-
off and the Dr. Samuel Kohlenbergs live so close
that they didn't hive to drive
Engaged Couple
Feted at Party
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shulman.
of 405 W. DiLido Dr.. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Roberta Ann. to Law
renee M. Green, son of Mr and
, MrfcJJejiry D rt>cnJ "' 1125
No. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables
The bride-elect attended the
University of Florida and is pies
ently at the University ol Miami.
Her fiance attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama and is presently
at the University "f Miami.
The couple were leted at a party
sunday evening given by the
Greens in their home.
Cantor Bornstein Sings
w. n
MISS ROBERTA SHUIMAN
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Tern
\ lie Israel, will present a program _
1 of selections from musical com-
edies at the meeting of the Temple Wednesday in Wolfson Audit.
Israel Sisterhood starting at noon ium of the Temple
:
'
MOW 0N STAGE
'wH. |N PERSC
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IN
JOSE FERRER
America's Funniest Musical
"A FUNNY THING
HAPPENED ON THE WAY%mtR*UM-
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE
Restaurant A Art Oallary Ot
3500 Main Highway_________HI Q-OQl
'Roaring Tivenfies Bail'
Social Committee ol Tempk
Beth \iv. w ill sponsi i a "Roaring
Twenties Ball" on Saturday eve
ning m the Temple auditorium
Music for dancing win (>< furnish
ed bj a 12-piece orchestra, and
entertainment will be highlighted
by the appearance ol Esthei Suth
erland. Marvin stein and Arthur
Lyons are co-chairmen of the .it
fair.
YESHIVA AND
MESIYTA BEER SHMUEL
1363-50th Street, Brooklyn, New York
wishes to announce that
RABBI KURT FLESSHER and MOSHE FEINHANDLER
are now visiting the Miami community in the
interests of the Emergency Building Fund
Campaign. Friends of the Yeshiva are re-
quested to contact our representative at the
London Arms Hotel, JE 1-1264.
(signed) RABBI M. HOROVM
Dean ana Principal
OPENING JANUARY 18
;
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

DINNER ONE SHOW mat 8:3o
TEDDY KING and His Orchestra
/ft/rffguue's
III )lnl< (TDCET All llnrt I fnllint ^i/ FAO' DFt Oh S?7SS9
RCHE5TRA
FABIEN
SEVITZKY
Director
Sun J.:n '7. M.B. And
P.M.
n il Dad< Co.
A,. ALEXANDER
BRAIIOWSKY
Pianist
PROGRA
i .rw Zador
i g Fantasia
2. Frani Jusrun n.iydn
r ... -- No. 0
3. Frederic Chopin
^iro Con. in F 1*11
4. SerQti Rachmaninoff
Piano Concerto No. 2
SINGLE TICKETS S? J5 ( 55 50
Ticked t UM S> Oil MO 1 4*60
Miaan Boaca Canal) ae\ Ml S9:'0: allrtia
Muse Hwse hi Coral Giilrs
HI i HI'
EXPECT AN EXCITING EVENING!
""" Michce/ A. Golan presents
of IsRaeT
starring
THE FOUR AYALONS
Comedy-Satiric Quartet
Special Guest Artist
SNOSHANA DAMARI
Sensational hraoli
and Internaiional Singinq Star
BERNIE BERNS
American 7pw.;h Cor*'
SABRA DANCERS
DR. PAUL CSONKA
MON. and TUES.. FEB. 1 and 2
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
MAIL OROERS NOW
Spotifv da*,. d*ir*d. number of rictratl price
and nuke check payable to Echoes o< Itiael.'
(nrleaa addr*td stamped e-valope
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Friday. January 15, 1055
RAY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
What would you do if your huxband had a handbag
factory0 You'd have a new purse for every hour in the
day, ami every day in the week, of course. But not Ra)
Jacobson. She's satisfied with what she has and never
even gets a new bay unless she really needs it. Her hus-
band Max. heads Stylecraft Handbags, certainly should
realize what a jewel he has in his wife. It doesn't seem
pos-ible to believe that Ray. who looks and dresses in such
an exotic fashion, was born in the conventional city ol
Brcoklyn. Her mother died when she was young, and her
lather raised all eight of the chil-
dren, saw that they got a good
Start in life, and that all eight were
married, although he himself never
married again.
A wonderful father, he was an
inspiration to all of them, especial-
ly Ray. The urge to dance was
strong in Ray. Verj early, she went
to the Neighborhood Playhouse
on a scholarship and then on lii the
Chalif School ol Dancing. She
graduated from the Children's Pro
fessi mal School and remembers
that all ol 'iiis Edwards k ds wen!
>o She as terril Ij j
whei ncer needed -
one to round out her act -
her profi ssii nal c r vi
Ra; < irking 1 P when thc\ had I
Th -'. ancing 1
nish fellow
th which the]
'' sta. Thej need at I Picadill;
nd P \!ic ; a year in Europe thi 1 I
y. T) 0 ayeff. R
Futuri Max J
M m thcii
married ht montl
1 I them thai Raj
sionally anymi re
II" 1 first j ear that thej m n
loor Johnnj following the act to Chica 0
St i uis an I Raj I nished her cont
she has never missed di 1 n the stage n all year."
of her mat hich v I ent 1 ine ni \: March
It was as if that part of her life didn I exist Before Ray's
mother died she imprinted her philosophy on Ray's mind
Ray has never forgotten it and lives accordingly in a
home, then musl be love, understanding, patience and
: 1 : -r\ erancc
In the Jacobson lanuly. this is the rule they live i>>
They gather around the piano with their sons. Ronald and
Alan, and enjoy singing. Max. incidentally, has a beautiful
voice Just as her father and mother proved her inspir-
ation when she was a child, so has her husband been an in-
spiration to her when she became a woman He has been
and is active at Beth David, and so Ray also became active
there, filling all jobs in the Sisterhood, until last year, when
she became president of Sisterhood.
Presentlv she is vice president, one of the six in the
state of Florida, for the National Women's League ol the
United Synago ue "f America. Ray is also active in the
Torah Group ol lladassah. But most people don't even
about the kind and generous things she does for others
because she loves people. That 1- a secret shared only
bj her husband. For many years, Ray's sl< ek, black b*v>
hairdo, with the bun In back was her trademark: so whe.i
she changi nl 1 I iffj upsweep, it took her friends a
ittle time to jet used to the drastic change
Aloni a little readii immin and
l| 1 utines f< r
; ml) dam ii she d
nd her r an 1 vi ning on the town
1
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The former Judith Marlene Al-
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Room of the Algiers Hotel Sunday.
Jan. 10. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
performed the 1:30 p.m. cere-
mony which wa- followed by a
cocktail party and reception in the
hotel
Now hone} mooning in Nassau,
the new Iv weds will live at 200 Ag
nes Court. Orlando.
For the nuptials, the bride chose
a gown styled with a bodice of
alencon lace and an A line skirt
featuring >ei>M.r pleats sweeping
te a full chapel train with lace
inserts. The simulated rose head-
niece trimmed with crystals and
s''(|uins held the three tiered silk
illusion bouffant veil
Attending the bride were
sister. Mrs. Harold Goldstein,
tron of honor. Sheila Bromberg.
Michele Kulick. Sondra Saft and
Mrs. Joel Weiner. bridesmaids,
Susi l.u Goldstein, junior brides-
maid. Beverly Fraden and Zelda
Fraden. flower girls.
The bridegroom was attended by
his brothers Joe Fraden. best man.
Louis Fraden and Abe Fraden.
They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Fraden. Jacksonville. Othei
ushers were Harold Goldstein, Dr
Harry Onion. Sanford B. Balber.
.Ine Alhisch. Krnet Markowitz,
Bob Fischer. Samuel Goldstein
and Jack Ronall Goldstein
The new Mrs. Fraden is the
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yours,
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|OW did many of \ou react to
Kmilio Pucci'3 recent state-
lent. 'When the wearer of
iavily-embroidered gowns, i>r
BSC bedecked with ribbons and
Iwers, starts dancing, she looks
fcsitively ridiculous?" This is a
Ithcr startling comment. Be-
lt issues of both Vogue and
Izaar show fashions sharply cut
cither very simple and almost
Ivere in line or very Huffy and
lininme with ruffles and feath
pr dominantly used.
Mrs. Bennett Goldman agrees
i;ii some gowns are overdone,
at she doesn't feel that one style
Ir another makes a woman "look
ridiculous." Her opinion is that
phcther the gown is dramatic.
in-,', or elegant, it will look the
same when the wearer is sitting,
Handing or dancing. Pucci is the
Hal an stj le setl -v \< ho feels thai
M e i ">' mm li more designing
hi .,i ( ith< s, win re the imag
i n is sol tee."
> i his i oach to de>
|i: t. Mrs. G il "'. n is
I to '
t i look ;e Sit
mal field i do n
b; LJj
feoth"s ^i'.'1 i
\. i. : i by what
i i Kor icil
1

i ; ed thai
fit e "oil
erealioiis i-
O say that a woman looks
; idiculoua in a hea\ ily cm
h : ed gov i! on the d a n c c
I i in the opinion ol Mrs. Rich-
|rd Fink, is foolish She feels
1 a crj w oman must dress for
kerself, and that it is this wide
liversification that keeps design
in busy creating for so many
personalities. The simple, ele
(ant lines are her preference but
she enjoys variety in her ward-
robe. Agreeing with her is Mrs
Joseph Krefetz. High style, some
[times even more extreme styles,
stimulate her The importance
i ft kthcrs this season is. in her
IviewJ not to Iw underestimated,
and ghe takes exception to Puc-
ci's statement.
The Alarchese di Bar.-cnto.
known professionally as Emilia
Pucci, is the first in his family
to work in 1.000 yen. The social
circle in which he moves is a
wealthy one, constantly seen on
both the Fiench and Italian Kiv
eria. This circle has often been
dubbed the "jet set." and in the
opinion ol .Mrs. Charles Sokol this
hag influenced his collection. She
thinks that the people of this
group "ill adopt some of Pucci'S
ideas, but she can not conceive
of his collection tor the American
woman. Some of the heavily-
headed gowns and those with
fluff do incline to add visual
weight to the wearer, but the
MISS LINDA MfUAR
Births in Miami
Sus.in Jane was born Jan. <> in
Doctors Hospital to Or. and Mrs
lElsie) David G. Pinosky. 8400 SVV
89th St., Joining brother Sammy,
l'a. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max L. Paul, Hay Heights.
and Mis. Annie FMnn.-ky and the
late Samuel T Pinosky, of Charles-
ton. S.C.
compensation is that they are
flattering and often in vivid col-
ors and good taste.
feJRS. Herbert Kaplan agrees
" completely with Pucci. when
a woman in one of these gowns
attempts to do the "watusi," she
does look ridiculous, according to
Mrs. Kaplan, but she looks all
right doing the cha-cha. Although
she admires extremes, she does
not always wear them, and as for
the heavily-beaded gowns, she be-
lieves that they are beautiful to
look at but too heavy and uncom-
fortable to wear.
For dancing, the choice ol Mrs
Irving Sussman la the full skirt.
To her. it is by far the prettiest
and most graceful. Her com-
plaint is that designers such as
Pucci, forget that a woman s
bod) changes, and that designers
bear in mind the body of a slim
seventeen-year-old instead of the
woman who has borne children.
If a gown is Mattering to the
woman, and if it feels comfort-
able, then the woman also feels
elegant and is psychologically set
to enjoy her evening. And that,
alter all. is the reason for gowns
and designers The creations of
Balenciaga, Chanel and Givenchy
have a timelcssness about them
that Mrs, Sussman feels is the
essence of good design, and with
the simple yet elegant lines that
appeal to ail well-dressed women
Linda Millar
is Engaged
Mr and Mrs, Mart} Martin. HJl
NE 135th SI \o Miami, announce
ni oi their daughter,
Linda Dale Vi tor
. M Al-
lied l i. whil Plains, S *
Vli VI ni
late Nath i
third i
Brandi P
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in Isi study pi
- he row teaches He nd is
Si lent
nizal ii ii
The gro m to-be is al present on
m for Juda i stu lies in
Jerusalem, Israel He graduated
B andi is l niversit) in June,
IP64, magna cum laude, with spe
i ;.il honors in philosophj lie is
also a member of Phi Beta Kappa
:, hiv return, Mr Gottlieb
plans to further hi> studies for a
Mil) in philosophy ol science
An August wedding i- planned
in Boston, Mass
MfSS CAK011N MAYSMAH_____
Rwiomer Relief Meeting
Radomer Belief Club will hold
a meeting Saturday. p.m., at
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1235 Washington Ave. Featured
will lie Cantor Samuel Ho/ovski.
,lak Fislttnan. in a program of
in memorial religious ceremonies;
folklore, and N. Golembiowski, in
a recitation of the Kaddish. A film
of Badom two years prior I i the
Hitler occupation will be shown
Miss Maysman's
Betrothal Told
Mr. and .Mrs. Stanley Berman. of
19 William St.. Mount Vernon, N.Y
announce the engagement of Mrs
Berman's sister. Miss Carolyn
Huth Maysman, to Lawrence Jaj
Kaplan, of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Miss Maysman. who lives with
her sister, is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs Max Maysman.
ot No. Miami Beach. The prOspei
tlve bride, who was confirmed al
Temple Sinai. North Miami Beach,
is an honor graduate of North Mi-
ami High School, and received hei
Bachelor oi Science degree In m
ihe University oi Pittsburgh.
Mr. Kaplan, son Of Mr. and Mrs.
llyman Kaplan, of Pittsburgh, re-
ceived his Bachelor of Science de
gree in chemistry from the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, and is now
working for a PhD in biochemistr>
on a fellowship at Purdue Univer-
sity, Lafayette. Ind.
The wedding is planned for June
U at Sinai Temple in Mount Vi i
mm
Dode Heights Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens of Dade Heigl -
will install nev, officers at a mi I
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Scheduled for 1 p.m.. the aft
noon will also include refresh
ments, entertainment and games.
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Friaay. janucry lO
Beach B'nai B'rith Women Plan Variety
Of Functions Here Next Week
ion show, 'Trip to Wondedj-,
will be hold J.n. 27 at noon 3, *
Deauvillc Hotel. Mrs Bet T .
baum is president
Leo Pfeffer (left), special counsel of the American Jewish Con-
gress, and Bernard S. Mandler (right), chairman of the South
Florida Commission on Law and Social Action, receive Scrolls
of Honor in recognition of their work on behalf of civil liberties
and human rights from Rabbi Leon Kronish (center), national
AJCongress vice president.
Pfeffer, Mandler Honored by AJC
her 350 people attended a meet-
in-; of tribute to Leo Pfeffer. spe-
cial counsel of the American Jew-
ish Congress, and Bernard S. Mand-
ler at the Everglades Hotel last
k in recognition of their work
on behalf of civil liberties and hu-
man rights, with special refer-
i net to the religion-Bible reading
,. -r ,ii Dade Count}
Spi nsore I the South
i tuneil "i American Jewish Con-
ess Women's Division and Met-
litan Chapter, the overflow
Dr Pfeffer de-
hould be no
i :. in the future relat-
ing i A period
adjustment will bring about
chai ges hu h ill -li irtly see
proi
Presiding al the meeting
chairman ol
South I la Council Com-
mission on Law and Social Action.
the body within the American Jew
ish Congress which takes test
cases to court and drafts legisla-
tion to enforce legal guarantees >i
equality and freedom; fights dis-
crimination ba-ed on race, relig
ion or national origin in emploj
education, housing, immi
and other areas: seeks t<
protect rel ious liberty and
stl Jthens t ..ration of
church and stat otherwise
fosters Is and
r all Americans
cipating in th<
ere Mrs Hem Kan
! I | '.;':
. hapter, v h intr luced I
R ; i m Kronish, pri
Southeast Ri gion and na
i nal \ ice president ol \n -
lewish ss. w ho presented
Honor I Pfeffer and
Mandler
Laibs
Irving LaiDson
B23D HAWTHORNE AVE PHONE 866-6651
MIAMI BEACH 41. FLORIDA
January 1, 1965
Jeer Sol:
^reat deal of
occasion the
~rnice and I want to thank you for helping
to make our boy's har mitzvah such a success
The fcoc was excellent -.any people callea
up the next cay to tell us the same
er.c we know that you went to a
;ble to help .-take the
success it wi
xf ever Bernlce or x can be or any service t<
you, please feel free T o call on us. ..e'll
ue ..-.: .. tc rc | you to any ore hatso-
ever because you lid such b .. rful job
for us. ,
sincerely,
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Miami Beach Council, B'nai
r.nth Women, has scheduled the
,iollo\wnu meetings ta January, ac-
. cording to president Mrs Max
Kern
Chai Chapter meet- Tuesda) at
he Deauvillc Hotel, Meeting will
(0 devoted to -' white elephant
ale Proceeds will go to B'nai
frith philanthropies Refresh-
nents will be served. Co-chairmen
ire Miss Helen Silver-tein and
Mrs. Helen Hoffman Mrs Kuth
ore) is president

Frdem Chapter meets Mnila>
t the Deauvillc Hotel at 1 p.m.
Togram, co-sponsored by the
North Shore Chapter, will be a
Iramatuation of "Too Young to
c a Grandfather." by WUlardi
l.-mple Mrs Howard Dutkin i-
president
Harmony Chapter meets Tue-
-> Jan 26, at the Chase Feder
ll. 41st St. and Sheridan Ave., at
8 p.ni White elephant sale will hi
leid, with all proceeds to the Leo
v Le\i Hospital at Hot Springs
\rk for the treatment ol arthril
tuberculosis and other diseases.,
ind for the Children- Home in
srael to re-tore emotional!)
. nrbed children Refreshments will
set ved Mrs Elsii Belskj i>
. hairn
Mrs. Geo e pcretar) for the Miami Beach
. 'ouncil, a as the recipient ol tin
nnel T club contesi award At.
idditional award was presented to
he chapter president Mrs Jack
(en -
Hatikvah Chapter meets I PS
lay, l p.m., at the Morton Towers
Restaurant Guest speaker will he
Philip E Heckerling, vice presi
lent ami estate planning officer of
' he Mercantile National Bank Ol
Miami Beach, who will discuss
Women and Their Estate Plan
i ling Problems."
on Tuesda). Feb 9, l p m a
aid party will he held in the
forth and South lard Rooms at
he Morton Towers to raise funds
or B'nai B'rith philanthropies
lhairman i- David Eskine Co
bairman is Mr- Max Berkoff
'resident is Mrs Cecile <; Klugi
Menorah Chapter meet- Tuesda)
Ian 26. at Miami Beach Federal
Vashington Ave .. | In Rd
Narrative form ol thi
no\ ii \ B.......I lor th< F I
lor film nth as
- 0 ing*
he 1 ;
) the B in)
Mcry Poppins'
^Sow ct Coral
Theater in Gables
ii of com bin.
ction '.> with the am
nated cartoon on the -ame screen
lot been conside i ol
ney's major contributi i
n the motion picture mei
t expert!) his ni
Mar) Pop
at the i "oral 'l heal
; G
lies
Sta n_ i". the P I. n.i\ers
Dick V'ai Dyki i ,.> nis Jol
and I- : he-
Mr- John Benjamin i- president
Miami Beach Chapter meets on
Tuesday, i-' 30 p m at the Dean
vilke- Hatel. 'The Deputy" will be
reviewed b) Melvyn Frumkes, at
torney, member oi the Executive
Board of Miami Chapter ol Amer-
ican Jewish Committee
a movie will be -hown entitled
"Building for the Future." Re-
freshments will be served than
man is Mrs Ann Kaufman Presi-
dent is Mrs Sally Fisher
North Shore Chapter meet- Mon
.lay. 1 p.m., at the Deauville Ho-
tel. Mrs. Kuth Kerdyck will give
a dramatization of "Too Young
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Temple.
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mday. January 15. 1965
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Paae 11 B
kbbi Kipper Will
Installed Here
friday Evening
Dr -ylvan D. Schwurtzman. pro-
r ,{ Jewish religion* educa-
on I the Hebrew Union College-
rs i- Institute of Religion. On-
Inn; 0 Ameriteta oldest rab-
Itiii seminai y, will be installing
,, ,,t tlu inaUlUHon of Rabbi
loi A. Kipper.
Kipper is the new spirit-
k| ader ol Temple Judea ol
;,,... iablei Installation will be
rid aring worship services Fri-
l;n ning. i"> p in.
D- Schwartiman's installation
laddrts* will be "Reform Educa-
tion 'or Tomorrow." Participa-
ting n the installation will be
|Rabt- Herbert M. Baumgard,
president of the Greater Miami
|p.abt inieal Association; Joseph
|H M.rphy. Coral Gables Mayor;
jRabr.. Sanford Seltier, director,
ISoui'-ast Council of the Union
[of American Hebrew Ccngrega-
Ition and Dr. W. Ivan Hoy,
jcliai-'nan. Department of Relvj-
lion, Urivsrsity of Miami, and
[fori'-r president of the Greater
IrVMar- i Ministerial Association.
ion Oneg Shabbal honor
r bin and Mrs Kipper will
Dr Schwartzirwn is > leading
Id u. ir. He is ;iulliiir "I The
itnrv 'i Reform Judaism. "A Syl-
hu- n Religious School Teach-
The Living Bible, "Our
lei a and our Neighbors." and
i' works, including rellg wa
thool Texts
Di rig Dr Schwartzman's visit,
will deliver the keynote address
T- mple Emanuel, Ft. Lander
lie. n Saturdaj At a breakfast
T< mple Judea on Sunday, at
|:.",n in., lie will discuss "Some
Hi- Reform Emphases in Teach-
religiafU school teachers ol
|' a.
At 30 p in at a luncheon at
mple Beth S h o I o m, Miami
|c.,i he will address teachers in
Greater Miami area on "Effec
.Mm Planning "
\artet Under Supervision
I nited Kashrus Associatio i
ler Miami announces that
iblishmenl formerly known
Is Fenstcr's Meat.and Poultrj al
l4U rexel Ave Miami Beach, is
low called Fenster and Alien
| Meat and Poultry. The
larket is under the Rabbinical Su-
lervision of Rabbi A. J. Safra. of
ii' I tilted Kashrus Association.
Dr. Sabin Lauds Role of Hebrew Univ.
In Training Experts from New Nations
RABBI MORRIS KIPPER
DR. SYLVAN SCHWARTZMAN
Dr. Wolfson
To be Speaker
Ten Commandments for a
Happy and Healths Long Life*'
will he the subject ol a lecture b>
Dr, Abraham Wolfson on Tuesda>
evening, k p m at Washington
Federal Sa> ings and Loan Associ
at ion. U33 Normandy Dr
Refreshments will be served
liter the lecture in hi.n ir 1 Dr.
Wolfson 83rd birthday,
Dr Abraham Wolfson is a re-
tired dentist He has devoted
manj years to writing and lectur-
ing about healthful living.
He founded the Spinoza Forum
in Miami Heath in 1935. He was
one of the founders of the Spinoza
Institute ol America and the Spin
oza Center of New York.
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Citing Israel as an example to
independent nations of the contri-
butiona they can make to better
their own way of life and also pro
vide technological and scientific
assistance to other nations, noted
research scientist. Dr. Albert B,
Sabin, lauded the Hebrew Univer-
sity and its student body of 10.01)0
liom all parts of the world at a
dinner at the Dora I Beach Hotel
on Saturdaj evening
Speaking before the physicians
anil Dentists Committees and the
leadership Of the South Florida
Division of the American Friends
Ol the Hebrew University, Dr. Sa-
bin told 4on guests that he person
ill) had accepted the voluntary
responsibilitj of raising almost $4
million from all parts of America
to unify all branches of the He-
: iew I niversity Medical school in
, Jio million complex."
"We are concerned with meet-
ing the challenge of a world
where two-thirds of the people
are uneducated *nd living at the
lowest imaginable standards,"
Dr. Sabin stated. "The contribu-
tions of major powers such as
the United States and Great
Britain are recogniied interna-
tionally, but even more import
ant, the newly independent and
underdeveloped nations see in
the State of Israel an example
of what can be accomplished by
a country lacking great natural
resources.
"One ol l.-raels most important
contributions lies in sharing its
own scientific and technological
advances with these new nations.
Dr. Sabin said.
Dr. Sabm. who received interna-
tional recognition for his research
discover} ol the live virus, anti
polio vaccine, noted that polio,
which was ol high incidence in
Israel, i- practically non-existent
there todaj
Special guest ot the e\
n Selman A. Waksman,
joined in the tribute to Dr Si
i nd Di Meyer B. Mark-, chain
ol the South Florida Physicians
m ttee i I the Hebrew Univer
-itv Dr Waksman received t he
Nobel Prize for his research in the
field ol antibiotic- and lor his dis-
cover) "i the streptomycin drug
Di a R Hollender presented
an award to Dr Marks. Miami
Heach pediatrician and pediatric
allergist, "for his outstanding
leadership of the Physicians Com-
mittee which has grown to a
membership of over 150 from it'
original 35 members under Dr.
Marks' dedicated and inspired ef-
forts."
Honorary chairman of the joint
dinner was Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
who recently established a chair
in Physical Chemistry through a
donation of $1SO,000 to Hebrew
University. Representing t h e
South Florida Division at the
event were Jack S. Popick, pres-
ident, Leo Robinson, dinner
chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Si-
monhoff, president of the Great-
er Miami Women's Division.
Co-chairmen of the Physicians
Committee for the dinner were Dr.
Louis (; Lytton, Dr. Marvin L.
Meitus. Dr. Alexander S. Rogers
and Dr. Maurice Rich.
Pg> Morton Itosenbluth, Jpjes\-
dent of Alpha Omega Dental fra-
ternity, and Dr. Meyer Bggnatz
headed the Dentists Committee
participation in the dinner.
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Friday. January 15, lggt
MJcftaef Covert l>r Ifrtir
JQar ^Atitzvalt
Ho*ro Skoke
On Saturday morning. Jan 16.
Temple Or Ok>m. Howard. son
Jr and Mrs Abraham Skoke
a. Ear Mi'r.
Howard it a soentti grade hoc-
nce de Leon Jun-
i-r High School, anc --.-sted
in. He has beer: attending
pie Or Oka Religious S<
; three ;.eari
He Bar Mhzvah will be
her. Mr- Dora Ka
asky of Cleveland, I
Philip Samuels
P1 : Iff Da-
:: i KE : <-.-. Ter
Mian i B<
Saturdaj Jan If
I il
;ate.
Oppenheimer Due
At. U. of Miami
IB ttM
' I
' Miami on Jar.
2,3 "-'- T.-.< > aril] partici
P*"' ar.
Bnergs Physics eoafef
S France
land Switzerland. Italy. [|
Speakers will include Dr. J.
Robert Oppenheimer, of the In-
stitute of Advanced Studies at
Pr nceton. N J.; Dr. Julian Seh-
^" o* Harvard University;
nd Dr. Alvin M. Weinberg di-
rector of the Oak Ridge National
Laboratories.

.- Di Opp<
I ii II
mils
- l Gall* rj in a talk

cautiom
ns are not to the
.'.ill in-
i atton J a- 25 of the
of Mia om
i
-ted by Canto.- Ben-Zior.
Ekraefceat -
Philip. who will be presented
iith a Bible on behali of the Mol
lie Kahaner Sisterhood, i. a mem-
r^er of the fourth grade Hebrew
a--
Among the out-of-town guests
ail] attend the i are
hU grandparent- Mr. and Mr-
lack Grober of St L/iuis. Mo
Rosemary Falk
Rabbi Ehezer A Levi and Can
tor Wiil.arr. W LipsOTJ will offil
n Saturdaj morning.
in Beth David Syr.auogue.
let ot Mr
Walter Falk : SW 18th
-.-. < ill be Bai Mitzvah.
Rosemar) tten ghth grade
- High She
- a member ol the Future Teach
11 ',.' .'. in : ite Syna-
le Youth Her hobbies are
.qua re danc:ng and ballet, an'-,
an accompli-1.- A % .-.r:-- and
pianist A -.idem in Beth Da1..':
Reli) School rinci the first
.-. nok.in the
-
Hialeah Opens
This Weekend
Ha big eeh brati l ; l .ear
rtbplace of
in Flor-
lf'a. H
-.:!ur-
day with numerous records in
jeopai
The
butioi v ;
.- a Fk I
it includes a total ol $850,000 in
: r 16 blue-ribbon
thi
1100.0 lassiethe Wid<
licap on Saturoa;. Feb 2".
and th<- Flamingo foi olds
on closing day Wednesday. Mar 3
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43 KINGS
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IS JUDGES
e Genealogical Chronological
e Synchronc.il Charts
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lor Easy tcamiag of Jewish History,
fascinatingly presented. "Visual"
rnopsiiea See If, lay if, at
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Sterling Hotel
de and | ntinue
- nool.
t Bel
the
tAipont P .
Kenneth Boyarsky
mat rill offu t<
jel Bo>
arsk) Sal nrday. Jan. II
e Emanu El
Kenneth attei
.' :--.-.- ,:.- r High Sch -
and pia>- trumpet in the ban n science
plays the accordtoo Hit b
king and collecting marine
specimens and fossils
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at
the Alamac Hotel

Michael Goldberg
On Saturday morning. Jan 16.
Rabbi Morns A Kipper will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mi-
chael Lawrence Goldberg, son of
Mi and Mr- Milton Goldberg, of
Coral Ga
Michael i< in the eighth erade
at Ponce Junior High and will con-
tinue with hii religion education
A -port enthusiast, his favorite i-
fi'hing.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparent-. Mr. and Mrs
Morris Shub. of Canada.
Mr and Mrs Goldberg will
sponsor the Kidduh in Michael's
Kenneth Jacobson
It) morning service*. Jan
16. at Temple Zion conducted b>
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will include
' T : .ah of Kenneth Jacob-
son
Kenneth, -on of Mr. and Mrs
in Jacobson. 9850 SW 72nd St..
i ide at Glades
v here he i- an out
standing itudent
Vicki Belc'engreen
On Frida) evening, Jan IS si
Temp*F *r olrrm. vTckl Belden
green will be Bas Mitzvah, with
Samuel April officiating
\ seventh grade student at West
Miami .luni'.i High, Vicki's out-
side interests include music, mod
eling dancing and dramatics
She ha- been attending Temple
Oi Olom Religious School for the
pa-t -ix years
The eel. brant Is the daughter of
\:r- Rose Beldengreen and thi
granddaughter of Mr- Sarah Ham
mer. of Miami.
Raenaneh Swirsky
At Friday evening late service-
on Jan. 15 at I-raelite Center.
Raananah Malkah Swirsky will be
Ka- Mitzvah.
Daughter of Rabbi and Mr-.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, the cele
brant i- a ninth grade student at
the Hebrew Academy and is editor
of the school paper
Guests present for the occasion
will inclixle Raananah-
ents Itabbi and Mr- M
ol Chicago Rabbi Sack- ho vi|
delner the charge to the Bas Slid.
\,.li hi- headed the a
ols of Chicago i,r ,kj
pat M year', armt is a: !rrnu.
tional fiaure in the ru
a world recognized aul
tin Hebrew Day School n.
Mr- Sacks is the daught< o( th
lati hief Rabbi of Ji
Rabbi Z. P Frank
\Ii- Swir-k\. mother ol the Ba>
Mitzvah, -erved a- vice president
ol Junior Hadassah n
the Committee on Edui I
Washingtoo, D. C
Frank Galdfarb
Frank, son of Mr and Mr- Mor-
ris Goidfarh, \<* NW 123rd St., \
Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Jan 16. at Beth Torah
Congregation. Rabbi Max A Lip
schitz will officiate, assisted by
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenti^.im
Frank, who will be pre.-entcd
v. ith a Bible on behalf of thi M
lie Kahaner Sisterhood, i- a "ifm-
her nf the fifth grade I
.schi-i! graduating class
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liday, January 15, 1965
+Jewi$ti thr Mian
Paqe 12-B
IF Council
lans Seudah;
lates Program
ewish National Fund Council
Greater Miami will meet next
idnesday, 8 p.m.. in the Voltaire
k(>m of the Fontsinebleau H Plans for the forthcoming JNF
uriin Seudah on Mar. 18 will be
scusscd, according to Leon J.
\\, president ol the Council.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Beret Wein, spiritual leader of
Beth El Israel Congregation since
st July.
Hattie Wagner, soprano, will pre-
ogi an ol \ ocal selections,
I I at the piano by Olga
Stern. Also scheduled is Mor-
, \, rdeini, noted concert and
. r, as well as author ol
i H oks on music,
i > Israeli film in col r will
h' shown.
iond-EII Has
ilew Loccrticn
iwnei ind operator of
I. her < ati < has u
p I the i -:ablishment's new
i on t 1216 Normandj Dr
ithcr innovation available, in
, idition to servicing weddings,
lar Mitzvahs and other social and
Irganization functions, Sand-Ell
osher Caterers has instituted a
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RABBI SiKtl WUH
Tetnpla Sinai Dinner
on Wednesday evening the Eire
| ood of Ti Sinai will
,i fat .i r and child dinner and en
tertainmenl program.
Hebrew Academy Parent Teach-
ers' Association is initiating a m
rics oi lectures which will be open
to parents, members of the Acad-
emy and the entire community.
Mrs. Samuel Kosner, president.
announced this week
First lecture will be delivered
l>\ Dr. Abraham J. Tannenbatim,
psychologist, educator and author,
on Tuesday evening, 8:3(1 p m.. in
the school auditorium. Topic will
be "Is There an Adolescent Revo-
lution?"
Dr. Tannenbaum is presently
coordinator of education and
mobiliiation for youth delin-
quency control project in New
Ycrk, and also associate dean of
the Graduate School of Educa-
tion of Yeshiva University. He
will be introckced by Dr. Sam-
uel Ersoff, rrofessor of educa-
tion at the University of Miami,
who is consultant to the Hebrew
Academy Girls Senior High
School and a member of the
schco"s Board of Education.
DR. ABRAHAM TAN.iENDAUrVI
i:.il i v, xander S G --. prin-
ittp; i Hebi ew Academy. will
chair the evening Question
answer period will follow the !<'<
tore.
Dr. Tannenbaum was slate
i linator Of education for the gilt-
-d in the State Education Depart
nen'. Albany*N.Y., and-orfanizo
special pro-rams for the gifted in
pain New York Citj p u b I i i
schools His latest book, "Adoles
cent Altitudes Toward Academic
Brilliance," received wide atten
tion in New York.
Di Tannenbaum's articles have
appeared in such magazines a
"Progressive Education," "Educa
i Lea lership," "Educal ion
the Gil ed Sixth Mental
Yearbook," and Iht
"Built tin ol the National Asso
5i ondarj Sch il Pri
pals "
!.'. ; i iiross said that from i
p in a "Back to St
it" v. ill take plat for all p
Meet s win be held in in
lual classi
heir proj ress for the
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Thurs I
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U. S. Government Bonds...........
2,660,673.50
7,722,251.54
27,000.00 147,858.61
Customers' I ability Letter of Credit 13,628.00 176,210.71
$12,098,130.36
13,628.00
TOTAL ASSETS..............$13,165,140.55
Deposits .........................
Letters of Credit...................
Accrued Interest and Other
Labilities ...................... 111.6/7.48
TOTAL....................................$12,223,435.84-
Capital Stock......................$ 500,000.00
Surplus ........................... 400,000.00
Undivided Profits.................. 41,704.71
TOTAL CAPITAL......................^ $ 941.704.71
TOTAL LIABILITIES..........$13,165,140.55
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Stewart L. Kchrt),
* """ I .- Committee
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
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Chairman ot the Executive Commutes
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President
). W Carter
Cashier
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\ li nt Trust Oflcer
Loins J. Orloff Barton S Goldberg
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January 15, 1965
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ng on as Dr. Benjamin M. Kaufman (second from left)
es his citation are (left to right) Cmdr. A. Henry Kauff-
DSC. of the Legion of Valor. Chapter 25; Cmdr. Jacob
-.er; and Julius Kleineibst.
ictor Honored
Veterans"
ffoir Here
, i.an t wa~ installed ;n
nder ol the Veterans of
War i ol Miami Beach at a
rei the Veterans
a rs Hall. 650 West
ri monies
IJi-i ii inin M. Kaufman
disabled vel
| the or .
.i ., k Rosen, senior \ i<'
, >ph Nodelman,
ler; J. Horo-
ister; Max Lench-
a lvo ate; Emanuel
adjutant: Ed Pfeilter,
Kleineib I \ Henry Kauff-
jff j |5, |-|i (I I llhl'Il. U-.l-tri--.
Kai/. sergeant at arms;
i; Thorn, supply officer;
Mendelson, chaplain
is a diplomate
Board oi Internal Med-
sei vi : in in.' U.S. Army
and .i hall years during
ar l! and was discharged
r nk "l major. He is a
of the American Legion
nic Lodge i Before com-
"oral (.allies, he practiced
; stcj I. 1.1 where he was
Bellevue linspit.il.
iroon Hospital and chiel
icinc t Lakeside and
ii k Hospitals.
. ifmun has been associated
Veterans Hospital at Cor
for the past five years
NORMAN WHITNtY
Ufoi Night
11 ood : Temple Zamora
l id it- annual Jai-Alai night
I ii sdaj at the Miami Jai
mton. Chairman of the at
11- Mrs, Sam Altman.
*NYL TILE INSTALLED
Free Estimates
SHAW FLOORING
TU 8-8239
Rabbi Kror.ish
To be Speaker
At Zionist Club
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guesl
speaker at the weekly Luncheon
Miami Bea< h
Districl Zionist Organisation ol
on W Inesday noon at
thi RiU : tel
Rabbi Kronish who has been
r ol Templi Beth
Sholom lor the past 19 years, is
an active 7.\ mist leader and has
ed continuously during tins
period as a member of the Beard
<.i Directors ol the Miami Beach
Zionist Districl
\.,imn:i! vice president ol the
American Jewish Congress and a
national vice chairman oi Israel
Bonds for Reformed Congrega-
tions, he has visited Israel several
times. Rabbi Kronish will diseuss
"Dialogue between America and
Israel."
William Agranove, veteran Zion-
ist leader, will bo honored togeth-
er with the Hebrew speaking group
composed Of Miamians who con-
verse m Hebrew and who regular-
ly attend the luncheon meetings
Dr. Abraham Wolfaon will review
the news, and Jacob C. Fishman.
chairman ui the club, will preside.
Whitney to Talk
Before AJCong.
Justine Chapter
Norman Whitney, national secre-
tary for Peace Education tor the
American Friends Service Com-
mittee, will be guest speaker at
a meeting of Ihe Justine Chapter
ol American Jewi.sh Congress al
Ihe home of Mrs. Irving We-tm,
1021 \\ 46th St Miami Beach, on
Tuesday at 12:i0 p.m.
Whitney, who is visiting ihe
Smith Florida area to meet with
various community groups in help
ing to assist in the planning ot
peace education, will speak on
Turn Toward Peace
A report on the participation ol
American Jewish Congress in the
national Turn toward Peace Move-
ment will be given by Mrs. Irving
Kaplan
A special welcome will be given
to new members of the chapter.
who are Mesdames Ruth Druker.
Rose Zeigmund, Rose Greenberg,
Delhi Applebaum, Mollie Bush
man, Ethel Shapiro, Shirlej Spec
tor, Anna Stein, Ronnie P, stern.
Mae S. Redston, Fay Goldman,
Ethel spcio. Esther K N'eaman
Lillian It. Cohen, Tibbv Smiley.
1.derm.hi. Rose D no
\ i/. Sally Bevenow. Miriam R
\ ei nick, Harrit t S i\
er, Esther Z I Muj V\
Faj Gold
\ mil l. lyr
B ,i n Eli ".'ii
'ni .1 Lip ilarion 1
Mrs .'.a k sli ipiro will conduct
the welcoming ceremon>
Rabbi Jaite at Confab
Rabbi Samuel .lafte. Temple
Beth El. Hollywood, attended a
two-day conference on economu
issues sponsored by the Commit-
tee on Justice and Peace of the
Central Conference ol American
Rabbis lasl week in Washing! >i
D. C
United Synagogue Moves
Florida Region of the I'nited
Synagogue of America has moved
its offices to 2355 Salzedo St.. ("oral
Gables. Executive director is Rab-
bi Allen Kulchik.
Forty-Niners Will
Meet Wednesday
Forty -Niners Of Temple Kmanu
El will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Wednesday. 7:30 p.m..
in Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzinan.
president, announced.
The meeting is open to members
and their guests.
A musical program has been ar-
ranged in honor of the host tor
the evening, lsadore Epstein
Gustave Freeman
Dies at Age 80
Gustave Freeman, of 1443 West
Ave., died here Jan. 9 at the age
Ol BO
Mr Freeman came to Miami 13
year ago from Brooklyn and was a
member ol the Elks and Miami
Beach Music and Arts League.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth;
three asters, Mrs Minnie Kessler
nnd Mi Est< lie Zut kerman, both
ii Miami Bead and Mis Lennie
\ s k City
Servii i held Jan 11 at
i with in
JWV Department
Meeting Sunday
Department ol Florida. Jewish
War Veterans, will hold a st
wide executive meeting at the
Tampa Shcralon Hotel on Su
morning
Department Commander Ainslee
H. Ferdie and Department Auxil-
iary President Rhoda Deutsch, of
Hollywood will address the offi
cers and members Fortj post
commanders, auxiliary presidents
and department officers art ex-
pected to attend from South Flor-
ida.
Principal discussion will center
around recent dissemination of
anil Semitic literature near the
University Of South Florida. Plans
tor a department brotherhood pro-
gram to be held on Sunday eve-
ning, Feb 28. in No Miami Beach
will be announced
Arthur Skop and Cy Woolf. of
Tampa, have been named chair-
men ot arrangements for ibis meet-
ing.
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"My Fair I.adv." the musical
stage version of <.;. B. Shaw's Pj
n.alion. is continuing to attract
large audiences to the Warner
Bros. SIT million motion picture
version now showing at the Lin-
coln Theatre.
Starring are Audrej Hepburn
and Rex Harrison Stanley Hollo
v.ay play- Alfred P. Doolittle, the
London Cockney.
Tu B'Shevat Party
Tu B'Shevat. Jewish Arbor Day.
will be celebrated at Temple
Emanu-EI on Sunday and Monday.
Jan. 17 and 18. On Sunday, the
children of the Sunday School.
Iiaily Religious School and Con-
firmation Department will observe
the holiday in their classrooms
and receive the traditional fruits
prepared by the PTA.
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fioow Desires to Meet
;it Gentleman, age 60 to 65.
Pl-os- Coll
Ina 758-4294
WANTED ROOM
TH KITCHEN PRIVILEGES
| yoonq lody of e 22. Prefer heme
M rKert are other young adults.
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WANTED:
i lady "ii In Miami city
|, who it interested in making a
] dollars each week, one afternoon
ce evening a week, at 75c per
on an r -., sitting Job for a
It elderly lady. Beth David 8>na-
be area. References.
| daughter for details at JE 2-3058
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FINE ARTS GUILD
Presents for 1965
DANIEL and DIMITRI Jan. 23
NOTED ISRAELI ARTISTS
SIDNEY HARRIS_____ f. 24
NATIONALLY SYNDICATED COLUMNIST
ISRAELI TROUBADORS
plus MARIE MISAKURA MAR. 21
MUSICAL ARTISTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR
320 Palermo Ave. Coral Gables, Fla.
Series admission by donation $5.00
Adult Lecture
Series Resumes
Beth David Congregation will
begin iis second series oi adult
ires and discussii n sess -
I ij irom : in in p in in
building al B
>.i\ id on with the
R
er A. Li
,i ctun liscussini leader
Theme for
- Hi '
nenl Ri bbi Le\ i
i ill be "RootsHo
... Prayer."
Classes in Hebrew and Bible
take place from 8 to 9 p m All
classes except Hebrew for begin-
ners are npen to new students
are not continuations "i the first
semester, The sessions are open
to the community
Bay 0RT Chapter
Bay Chapter of Women's
iean ORT met for luncheon
Tuesday, ll 30 a m al the M i
Carlo Hotel Louis Schv artzn
executh e director ol B ireau
Jewish Education, reviewed I
Deputy
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND roH DADfc TOl'NTN
FLORIDA l\ PROBATE
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John Serbin Will
Chair Residents
11 ini1, -.I Chair Residents
"Jewisli FloridianDivision for CJA
^^ _________________.1957 general campaign chainnar
Miar:_ Florida. Friday. January 15. 1965
Lot! : riqht a! a cabinet meeting of the Corn-
Services Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal are Habbi Shimon Azulay, Louis Sch-
i. Marvin Bostin. Division Chairman
Edv.::u Cohen, Ellis Robins, Arthur Zweigen
thai and Dr. Michael Goodman. Inaugural
gathering of the division will take place on
Wdn^sHov, Jan. 27, in the Day Care Room
of the Jewish Home for the Aged.
. 1957 general campaign chairman
~ _, of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Section C ,llld ., nu,m|)(.r of the 1965 CJA
Campaign Cabinet, has accepted
the chairmanship of the Residents
Division, it was announced by Dr.
Irving Lehrman. campaign chair-
man.
A member ol the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, leading D a d e
County business and civic leader,
and former vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Serbin will serve as chairman for
the participation of residents in
. verj area ol Dade County in the
1965 campaign.
In this position, in which he
also served in the 1964 drive,
Serbin will be in charge of spe-
cial programs and events for
the mar.y residents of high rise
apartments on Miami Beach, as
well as for home owners in that
area.
JOHN SWBIN
that the residents of our commu
nit) have > special share In this
program because ol the nine loca
agencies supported by our annua
Residents of Coral Gables, the drive, which serves ever} a*
southwest and Northeast, will also group '" 'h<' t*mOea of out com
Communal Services Division Organizes
Announcement th:it Edward Co-
hen, administrative director of
Temple Israel, will again serve as
chairman of the Communal Serv-
ice* Division, was made by Dr
Irving Lehrman. chairman of the
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, fol-
lowing a planning meeting of the
Communal Services (' a m p a i g n
i .itunet.
As chairman of the division for
several years. Cohen announced
Westview Moves
Federation Day
Ahead to Feb. 4
BIHAftD ROSINBIATT
WORSHIPfUl MASUR
Hibiscus Lodge
Installation Held
Bern Rosenblatt was in
stalled worshipful master at Instal-
lation ceremonies of Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Lodge at the Hibiscus Audi-
torium. 925 Alton Rd on Tuesday
<". ening.
Otbei officers installed were
Emanuel Lorber. senior warden;
s.nfor'. Hildebrandt, junior war-
den; past master and treasurer.
Morris Rabinowitt; and secretary.
Dr. Murray Smith.
Brandeis District
Meeting Monday
l-;i. Donen. president of the
Brandt is Zionist District, has an
nounced That a general meeting of
the district featured a noted lec-
turer and a current collection of
new Isrt el color slides.
The r .cling, open to the public.
took place on Monday evening. 8
p m at Xormandj Isle branch ot
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association.
Guest speaker was Dr. Sig-
mund Fogler. retired principal
of the New York City public
school system. Accordir.i to Max
Raskin, program chairman of
the district. Dr. Fogler discussed
"Zionism and the Messiah." An
open discussion followed.
Alb< rt Gardner, who has recent
ly returned from a special study
tour ol Israel, and who is noted for
his current collect.on oi color
slides depleting main facets of the
Hoi) I. id, showed '
ing the discussion
Assisting Donen and Raskin on
the arrangements were Meyer Sie
pel. Mini, ice Zaretsk) Abe Frank,
Morris Minov. Dr. Ben Zucker-
braun. Dr. Herman Ausubel. Ezra
Einepold and Gil Rappaport, di
Announcement that the date ol
the third annual Westview Coun-
try Club-Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Day has been resched-,
uled to Thursday. Feb. 4. was made
this week by Dr. Norman S. Jaffe.
The change from the previous-
ly announced date oi Jan. tl was
found necessary to as old a con
flict between members of the club
who Wish to attend Federation
Day and those who are supporters
ol the Opera Guild." Dr Jaffe
stated.
"This year, the membership of
Westview Country Cub is isu-
ing the invitation and will spon-
sor the day's activities. For that
reason, we wanted to avoid a
conflict and make it possible tor
every member to share with his
club in support of CJA and Fed-
eration, our community's lead-
ing philanthropy," the chairman
declared.
Dr. Jaffe, who served as chair-
man of the previous Westview
Country Club event on behalf of
the Federation agencies both at
home and abroad, announced that
three leading members of the club
will serve as co-chairmen. They
are Fmest Janis. David P. Cats
man and Herbert Login.
janis is treasurer of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
past Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign chairman. Catsman is sec-
retary of the Federation and prom-
inent in Lawyers Division activity
on behalf of CJA. Login has been
a leader in Restaurant Group cam-
paigns on behalf of Federation.
that his unit has expanded rapidly
both in the number of contribu-
tions made to CJA and in increased
support of its 41 affiliated agen-
cies.
"We can be very proud of a
record that shows our division
raised over $26,000 in 1964, a sub-
stantial increase from a figure
of $18,000 raised in 1962."
Cohen announced that the newly-
formed campaign cabinet is com-
prised of Louis Schwartzman, ex-1
eCUtlve director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, whose respon-
sibility v. ill involve Hebrew
Schools, Sunday Schools. Private
Schools, and also Keren Ami pro-
grams at Religious Schools;
Ellis Robins, administrative di
rector of Temple Beth Am. whose
responsibility will be the execu-
tive and office personnel of tem-
ples in Greater Miami;
Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
director of the Jewish Vocational
Service, whose responsibility will
be the executives and office per-
sonnel of the national affiliated
agencies of Federation offices;
Arthur Zwcigcnthal. counselor ol
Riverside Me mortal Chapels,
whose responsibilities will be nurs-
ing and convalescent homes and
funeral parlors;
Dr. Edward J. Fox. of the Uni-
versity of Miami, who will be re-
sponsible for university personnel:
Emanuel Tropp. assistant execu-
tive director of the Y.M and YWIIA.
who will head youth organizations
of the "Y." and temple youth
groups;
Sam Farber. comptroller of
Mount Sinai Hospital, who will be
responsible for the executives and
i personnel of all local Federation
agencies.
be invited to take part in planning
a program for the Residents Divi-
sion in support of the one annual
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign for 41 agencies.
In addition to serving as general
campaign chairman of the 1957
CJA. Serbin has served as chair
man of the CJA Business and Pro
fessional Division, vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration and a member of its Board
of Governors, past president of the
Westview Country Club, and co-
chairman of the i960 CJA Leader-
ship Dinner.
"1 am extremely proud to join
Rabbi Lehrman and the leaders of
Federation and Combined Jewish
Appeal in this important enter-
price." Serbin declared. "I know
munity.
"These agencies provide char-
itable and philanthropic help
when needed, and also serve all
members of our community by
offering better medical care, a
home where our aged can be
treated with dignity and respect
in their golden years, a nursery
school where our children can
receive excellent schooling and
a reminder of their Jewish her-
itage, and many other import-
ant agencies.
These include the Bureau ot
Jewish Education, which amnn.
its programs is charged with train
ing Of teachers to meet the high
standards for our community's
Religious School program."
Wolf son to Head Heart Campaign
Louis Wolfson II. one of the na-
tion's leading broadcasting execu-
tives, has been named 1965 Heart
Fund campaign chairman. The
announcement was made by Mi-
chael O. O'Neil. chairman of the
board of the Heart Association ol
Greater Miami.
The month-long Heart Fund cam-
paign begins here and throughout
the nation on Feb. 1. and will
reach its high point on the week-
end of Thursday. Feb. 18. through
Sunday. Feb. 21
A native Miamian. Wolfson, sen-
ior vice president of Wometco En-
terprises, Inc., is in charge of the
company's television and radio
operations at WTVJ-TV Miami.
He entered the political field
in 1963 and was elected to the
Florida House of Representa-
tives. He was successful in 1964
and reflected to represent Dade
County.
Wolfson was educated at Grin-
I nell College and graduated from
the University of Miami in 1952
He is married to the former Lym
Rabin, ot Miami, and lives in Mi
ami Beach with their three chil
dren. Louis III, age 11. Lynda
Louise 12, and Frances Jo 4
He is a member of the Board i i
Governors. Miami Beach Cham
ber of Commerce; director. Mian i
Be a c h Taxpayer's Association
founder. American Institute Oi
Management and the Southern In
StitUte ol Management; and Stan
dard Club of Miami; Civic League
ol Miami Beach. He is also a mem
ber of the Navy League; TV Pio
neers, chairman of the Miam
Beach Civic Affairs Committee
Footlighter's Club, the Florida A>
sociation of Broadcasters and the
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Temple Sinai Brotherhood
On Sunday. ?t 9 a.m.. Tempi.
Sinai Brotherhood held a paw.
up breakfast meeting at Howard
Johnson's Restaurant on Blscaym
Blvd. at NF. 123rd St.
Panel Views
Religion Today
Is Relig'ofl i osing the Battl*
,fnr Man's Faith?" was discussed
I a meeting ol th" People Speak
Forum on Friday. s n.m.. in Well-
ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave
Speakers included Rev, John Pap-
andrew, Unitarian minister; Max
Karl, executive director, National
Conference Of Christians and Jews
here; and Chaim Rose, moderator.
Question period followed.
Youth Group of the Circulo Cubo.no Hebrew de
Miami elects officers. Front row (left to right)
are Jane Abusewitz. secretary; Teddy Chyzyk.
piesident; Enrique Kalusin, president of the
Hebrew Circle, sponsoring organization; Rabbi
Dov Rozencweig. spiritual leader of the con-
gregation,- Eva Feldenkrais.. treasurer. S>
ing (lef to right) ar< Jack Rosenberq
Max Sawicke, director; Matilde Cast'
Treasurer; Aron Mannis, vice presj/
Luis Stabinski. executvie director/
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Friday. January 15 jqc, 'M
Consecration of first grcders in Temple Menorah's Religious
School took place during Sabbath services last week-
end. Pupils presented a proaram of choral chanting. Re-
sponding in behalf of the Aleph consecrants were Rebeca
Bazyler and Steven Greenwald. and Max Lichy will offer
brief prayers ond declamations to the adult congregation.
To be consecrated are Rebeca Bazyler. Abram Berens. Alex
Berenthal, Danny Berger. Julia Cimbler, Mark Cohen, Nor-
man Cohen. Sherry Cohen, Robert DeBruin, Howard Eder,
Neil Flexer, David Golzbein, Paul Golzbein. Fred Gerlich.
Dayna Gilman, Enrigue Ginzburg, Gene Goldstein. Steven
Greenwald, Susan Il'.es. Andrea Kaye. Ilene Kirshner, Gary
Kleiman. Joni Landau, George Lerman, Max Lichy, Alan Mai-
cus. Eric Michcelsor. Tracy Michell, Willicm Nankin, William
Israel Trade Commission Opens Office
Here to Encourage Better Trade Balance
Nankin. Rachelle Nelson, Roberta Olemberg. Keith Olin,
David Orens'-in, Bradley Orvieto. Charles Orvieto. Frances
Plotkin. Lois Potasch, Florence Pozo. Lucy Rodrigues. Steven
Rosen. Neil Rosenkrantz. Beatrice Sapoznik, Frida Sapoznik.
Susan Scheinmen, Marc Schwartz. Isse Shnialoski, Scotty
Singer, Steven Silvers, Susan Slansky, Max Smolarcik, Har-
vey Steckler. Ira Stein, Esther Syger, Lori Taub, Ana Terner,
Corey Todd, Jeffrey Wein, Michele Weinstein, Joni Weinstock.
Mark Willner and Amy Wollowick. Parents, acting as hosts
at the k:ddush are Mesdames Siegfried Berens, Mor; Berenlnal.
Irving Cohen, Evelyn Flexer, Julius Gerlich. Marv:n Green
wald, Nat Golzbein, Ben Steli r>:nard Taub cr.d Hcv.
Weinstock.
Mayor Snyder
Will be Speaker
Mayor Arthur I Bnyder, 0< Sent
Miami Beach. wa> gue-| sp^L- ]
at the installation ol officer,
the Senior Citizen- Friends
Club of the North Count v ymHa
14036 NK 6th Ave.. on .---ciay ..
8 p.m.
N'euly-elected officer* iur ^
coming year were ii Efraim II. Rale, exer five rtir^
tor of the YM ami YUM \ .,; Grtj
or Miami. They are Sara Madua,
president; Stella Kline lirst via
president; Harry Stone vecoi^
vice president: Mrs. William fl*
mel. recording secret .1 sin
[Isidore Hirsch. freastiret; Mrt
Jeannette Levin. 0.
secretary; Isidore Hir h, chin,
lain; and Joe Antinoph
at arms.
The Senior Citisen- .nd^*
Club of the North I YVH|
Branch participate- in | M
It-rent activities during tl .p
which are hekl ever) 1.. ^
ning at 8 p.m
Lipkin Named
At Diplomat
I
Michael Sachs, representative ol
the Israel Trade Commission, has
pcnei! offices in the headquarters
; El Al Israel Airlines at 1602
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Sach- said that his main purpose
ere is to tell the community
boat the International Fashion
Aeek from Mar 1 to 5 at the She:
ton Hotel in Tel Avh
"Thii will be our first effort at
concentrating in a single show
the fashionwear products of Is-
raeli manufacturers," Sachs ex-
plained.
He added that "we are also hop
.11); to have Burdine's, Jordan
.Marsh and Richards send repre-
sentatives to our trade dlsplaj
enter in New York."
Sachs' region < t operation in-
hides the South and Southwest, [n
ddition to the Miami Beach of-
nee. he operate- irom the Israel
Consular offiees in Atlanta. Ga..
nd Houston. 'I. \
"What we are hoping to do is to
promote trade in general ^nd with
the South in particular, stressing
the export ol Israeli-made prod-
wets here, Sachs said adding
th.it "we hope to reach $52 million
by the end ol the current year."
Placing the figure in proper
perspective, he cited the fact
that trade to the U. S. amounted
to $13 million just ten years ago.
"But we must do even better,"
he declared, "pointing out the
unfavorable balance of trade be-
tween this country and Israel in
1*64. "We imported $200 million
in U. S. products this year. The
problem is to close the gap."
Israel's major exports include
diamonds -she 1- the thud largest
supplier ot the world's diamond
tieedl la lies' knits and suedes;
infants, men and gifl wear; can
dies, dehydrated soups, jams,
honey, wine and tiower bulbs;
nt. die 1 a si ing and

a, ng to encoura at
Nrael Week 0 r Mediterranean
week in cooperation with one ol
the leading department stores in
G ater Miami during iiii. Sachs
explained 'Two leading depart
ment stores have planned these
weeks' in September and October
oi i!*;:>
Pointing to the success ol the
venture. Sachs said that his office
jn-t completed a Mediterranean
Week with the exclusive depart
nent store ol (.'arson. 1'ierie and
Scott in Chicago, The occasion was
held in conjunction with France,
Italy, Spam, Greece and Israel.
The young Israeli official cam*
to New York to study for a Mas
ttr's degree in economics ;it the
Nev School for Sonai Research.
He holds a Bachelor's degree from
the Hebrew Universit) ol Jerusa-
lem He is .1 lieutenant in the Is-
rael Army.
After graduation from the New
School, the Israel Trade Com-
mission asked him to go south
on a trial basis, where he open-
ed a commission office at the
Israel Consulate in Houston in
February. 1962. "Our activities
have been budgeoning ever
since."
Sachs said thai he would like to
promote the idea here to lorm a
Miami Israel Chamber of Com
merce to help our office pi trade
leads We have ail American I-
Food Fair Exec Elected
S< en Kansman, traffic engineer
or Food Fair stores in Florida
ha- been elected
pn dent ol the Florida Section
: the Institute ol Traffic Engi
oeers succeeding Sherwood Hiller,
)l Tamp,, Associated with Food
Fan for five years, Kan-man hjs
an active member ol the In-
stitute for the la-t 17 years, serv
iny as vice president during 1963
and 1961
er in Nev Yoi k an i
similar I hica
I. \ ; ellevi Grealei
mi has an I i argc
enou i mty to do
same, It woul I f in
ous value to us
Patient Room Furnishings
Sam Goldman, president ol Gulf
Drugs, has endowed the furnish-
ings ol two patient rooms at Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hcapttadi it was
announced this week bv Harrj L.
Lewis, hospital president
'

Robert I.mkin has he.
ed resident manager
mat Hotel ."nd Count-
id DJ lh( St., !
Lipkin will supervise
lor the re
i cording
to Irving Tillis.
executive v ice
president and
general manager.
A native ol
Boston. Lipkin
has been asso-
ciated with the
South Florida
hotel industry
for 20 years.
He is president and inter
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ter of the Hotel Mote: )
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Eichmann Aide Pleads Not Guilty
VIENNA(JTA)Franz Novnfc second complaint, filed by Ludwig
an SS transportation officer wha Keepes, a Hungarian merchant.
'was a principal aide to the late j who charged Novak with responsi-
Adolf Eichmann, pleaded not!bility for sending his mother, wile
..j-m*-.. --*.,.. a*-wd rhildren-to imMhMtapinmaa
guilty twice here recently as his .,. ....., .. ,
rial proceeded on charges of hav-
ing is.-ucd .it least 1.000 orders for
Lj the deportation of Hungarian Jewa
to their deaths at Auschwitz dur-
ing World War II.
He pleaded not guilty to Hie ma-
jor. 70-page indictment, when his
tiial opened. The court admitted a
they were murdered.
Novak told the court he held
only "a subordinate position,"
his job involving merely the for-
warding of documents "for Jew-
ish emigrants." Earlier, in Ber-
lin, he said, he had also followed
orders involving the evacuation
I^frs. S. Harvey Greenspan, Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor c: Mount Smai Hospital, Carl Weinkle, trustee and founder,
Mrs. Basil Heatter, Leonard L. Abess, president of Mt. Sinai,
and Pepe Heatter qet ready to perlorm the ceremonial ground-
btec! .ng held here at Mount'Sinai Hospi'al for the ex-
pansion of the S. Harvey Gree.ispan Out-Patient Pavilion and
Rene Klitation Center. Several hundred persons attended the
Janct.cn addressed by Secretary of Health, Education and
WeJaie Anthony Celebrezze.
riixin Named
Top National
;ca! Committee
D..v i -in/ :>., if i uuntN bus-
COir.ruuiitv affair*, has been ap-
point) (! to a n it nal level "v atch
dog" i omm I mum t i keep
an e\ i n bus i -- and econoi
^Ktu/ ii of l'it;
Udfi'.i! S..\ .. oaii A
Bn of Hialei and head i Da-
Stuzin i >.. certified pub-
untai .ill -i rve with
r national leaders in establish-
the new commission,
Tit! ii the N itional Citizens
an ion foi Rational Mone-
> Policj. nbers will ad-
in coot governmen
; i. and ''- inomic move- to
5ul "man-made recessions."
Stuiin is vice president and a
rustt. of Cedars of Lebanon
lospital, a member of the Citi-
zens' Board of the University of
tiami, and a past board mem-
^r and officer of Temple Israel
Greater Miami.
[A Washington spokesman said
committee and its follow-up
mmission probably will follow
leadership set down by U. S.
kp. Wright Patman (D.Tex.),
Birman of the House Banking
Id CurrenC) Committee.
Stuzin has served many civic
ad community efforts here.
In addition, he has worked on
any committee* of the U.S. Sav-
zs and Loan League, the Na-
jnal League of Insured Savings
Associations, and was elected to
iiembership in the national busi-
es honorary fraternity, Beta
Samma Sigma.
| Stuzin is a former officer and
Hpirector of the Hialeah-Miami
'Spring:. Chamber of Commerce.
Maj. and Mrs. Albert Warner
and Dr. S. Charles Werblow
shown turning the earth at
groundbreaking ceremonies
at Mt. Sinai Hosoital for the
new Albert and Bessie War-
ner Pavilion for Continuing
Care.
Pfeffer Talks
At Beth Am
BB Lodge
Meeting Here
I Jack A. Burstein. president,
conducted the regular meeting of
Bk'orth Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
Bast week at Temple Ner Tamid.
! Program included a talk by
Bob Schwartz. South Florida liBTo
CfcouiKil president, on the "Youth
program." and an account of her
ecent trip to Israel by Faith
Midler.
'B'nai B'rith Girls chapter pre-
ented Israeli longs and dances.
Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national direc-j
tor of the Commission on Law and
Social Action of the American
Jewish Congress, and one of the j
nation's leading constitutional
lawyers, spoke on Friday evening I
at 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Am,
5950 North Kendall Drive.
Pfeffer has appeared before the
I nited States Supreme Court on
many issues, including the recent
Miami-sponsored case concerning
religion in the public schools.
Dr. Pfeffer obtained a degree in
Doctor of Jurisprudence from New-
York University, and he is cur-
rently president of the New York
University Law Review Associa-
tion.
One of his most recent cases be-
fore the Supreme Court was the
successful suit of the American
Jewish Congress against the Arab-
1 ian American Oil Company be-
cause of its discriminatory hiring
practices.
:
of Jews, issued by his chief,
Rolf Guenther.
AKked by the prosecution wheth-
er it did not teem strangejo lijm
that all the Jews were being lent
to Auschwitz, he replied:
"No. I thought the Jew- were
going there to work, in those years
everybody regarded the Jews as
enemies of Germany." The prose-
cutor was no .small handyman, but
played an important role."
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Friday, January 15 jgc
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Beth Torah Plans
Tribute Dinner
For Dr. Lipschitz
Heller Named1 to Board
Peter F. Heller, public r< aticn
consultant, has been named to the
Citizens Hating Board by (_-on.
pressman D.intc B tasi || jj,
board screen? applicant- ,>,,.-
H.
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Aquatic Stars
In El Salvador
The Allapattcih YM< \
all star swim team I" 1
in Central America t.i .1 ^
Pythians Plan
Camp for Youth
Plans 01 the Knights of Pythias
the Miami area to build a youth
tamp for deserving children were
ntlined thi- week at a testimonial
' inner lor the honorary directors
Pythian Youth Camp. Inc., held
1 lb. Algiers Hotel.
Speakers described the project
- 'greatly needed" and "a won
rlul opportunity to provide a
worthwhile service to the commit-
nit}
Circuit Judge Harold B. Spaet
.. ted j- master of ceremonies for
tne event, which was attended by
h-i people, including the chancellor
commanders and vice chancellors
01 all ten Pythian Lodges in Dade
(oonty,
Color slides were shown of the
Pythian Camp at Glen Spey, NY..
which the Florida project is mod-
led after, with a commentary by
Irving Schulman.
Primary effort in behalf of the
ject in the near future will be
Pythian Youth Camp Jamboree
1 : Stars benefit show at Miami
each Convention Hall on Mar. 8
; nd 9 Wall) Wanger is producer.
Eddie Schaffer will serve as
coordinating master ol ceremonies.
Plans are under way for a testimonial dinner Jan. 30 at 'he
Deauville Hotel. Guest of honor will be Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, who recently re-
ceived the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of
Wisconsin. Left to right are several members of the Commit-
tee of Hosts: Mrs. Howard Ralby, Mrs. Julius Gordon. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Stein, Howard Ralby and Julius Gordon.
Richard Snoider. president oi
Beth Torah Congregation, announ *"point. Naval. Air Forci
Cei thai I>r lias A lipschitz. ol chant Mar.ne Acadcm:-
Beth Torah i:i North Miami Beach. 'Skip" Shepard Miami |
will be hmed hy ^rr-co!ifreg.a man. is chairman-
Uon at a dinner tribute on Satur
day evening, Jan. 30, at the Dean
\llli- Hotel
The dinner dance to which the
entire communit) is invited, will
be In tribute to Rabbi Lipschrti
for serving 18 years In the rabbin-
ate, live year- at Beth Torah Con-
ation, ami the awarding to
him <>f the degree ol Doctor of
Philosophy last June by the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.
"Or Lipschitz, together with our
laj leadership, and the chairman
of the Testimonial Committee
Howard Ralby, vice president, is
responsible for the progress ol one
of the f..-tc-t growing congrega-
tions in the south, which today has
almost 750 families affiliated and
800 children attending it- religious
schools. Sneider declared

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Students Win Merit Awards
Irene Gruen. a top student, mu
sician and chairman of Student
Council at Miami Edison Senior
High School, has received a Merit
Award from the Dairy Council of
South Florida.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Gruen. 451 NE 53rd St.. she is an
A student, assistant concert master
for the school orchestra, has been
a violinist with All-Miami Youth
1 Symphony for two years, and is an
officer in the Mathematics Honor
Society and Sub-Debs.
Leonard Steinberg, president and
top percussionist with All-Miami
Youth Symphony, has also receiv-
ed a merit award from the Dairy
Council of South Florida.
The son of Mr. and Mr- Irving
Steinberg. 2486 SW 21st St., he i-
a member of the Coral Gables
High School orchestra and concert
band. Miami Beach Symphony and
' Billie <> Day Miami Civic Orch-
Leonard Steinberg Irtnt Ch*n
estra. In his spare time, he teaches
drums to younger children.
The Dairy Council ha- a contin-
uing program to honor school-age
meritorious young people Nomin-
ations can be sent to Mr- It nth B.
Ka-sewitz, P.O. Box 346, Coconut
Grove Station. Miami
Judge Ben Shepherd and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz at a recent
youth breakfast attended by 100 children, parents, and Board
of Directors. Judge Shepherd spoke on "Juvenile Delinquency."
The youth breakfast was held in Sklar Auditorium of Temple
Ver Tamid.
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Brailowsky Will
Perform Here
Celebrated pianist Alexander
Brailowsky, considered one of the
world- foremost interpreters of
Chopin, will be guesl soloist with
; the Universit) ol Miami Symphonj
'at its next pair of concerts on Jan.
17 and 18 in Miami Beach and
, Dade County Auditoriums
With Dr Fabien Sevitzky con
ducting the orchestra, the Russian-
born Brailowsky will play Chopin's
Piano Concerto in F minor and
, Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto
No. 2
For the balance of the pro-
gram, Dr. Sevitzky and the or-
chestra will present "Fugue-Fan-
tasia," by Eugene Zador, and
Symphony in C minor, by Franz
Joseph Haydn.
Brailowsky, who studied under
1'adcrewski, Schnahe! and Theo
dor Leschetizky, made in- debut
in Paris in 1H2U
Two years Liter, he conceived
the idea of performing a complete
Chopin cycle, and in the spring of
net. in Paris, performed itl' ol
Chopin'.- solo works in six consei
tive recitals
Brailowsk) red in ma
jor cities ol the world In 1961, he
was aw arded the Order ol Leopold
l > King Baudoin ol Belgium, at d
in the same year 11 turned (o Run
sia tor the first timi had
I
Dr. Lipschiti is active in many
programs in the community. He
is former secretary of the Rab-
binical Association, editor of the
Rabbinical Pa.ge of The Jewish
Floridian for the Rabbinical
Association, vice president of
Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
member of the South Florida
Council of American Jewish Con-
gress and chairman of its Com-
mission on Jewish Affairs and
member of the Knights of Pyth-
ias.
He i- on the Rabbinic Advisory
j and Budget Committees of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Rabbinic Committee of Bonds
for Israel, and Rabbinic Advisory
Committee of the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
He i- honorary chaplain of Jew-
ish War Veterans and clergy chair
man for United Nations Week.
Dr. Lipschitz attended the Jew-
ish Theological College of Chicago
and Yesbiva University In New-
York City, where he was ordained
in 194" Columbia University
awarded him the Master of Arts
degree In 1848.
His dissertation for the Doctor-
in the field of Semitic studies
.at the 1 niversity ol Wisconsin is
now in the pro< i -- ol being pub-
lished.
More than 500 people ha
read) mad< their reservations for
the testimonial dinner
San S
team in
meter
Blanc,
size pool i
T hanky
hoi id.r
Two 01
siandin-
mer-
were
merit .i .
Rebecca year
Cole, ol North Miami Bea<
participated last -ummcr
Olympic Trials al Astoria. L I
and Rebecca Seitlln,
Florida Gold Coast I
The two girls copped I i-
point trophy in their indn id
groups
The young liwmmers an
hopefuls tor the Maccabe.,-
in Israel The winner of the
point trophy in the 10-ai
events was Rabecca Seitlin
Use making the trip was i
ca's lfi year old brother, v h
a "first" in the men's 4
free-style for the U.S.A.
The young hopefuls are i
by Bill Diaz, who was chosen j-
one of the outstanding coaches by
"Swimming World'" magazine, and
is recogniz-'d as one of the (.ne-*.
high >chool aquatic coaches in the
country.
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Program to Stimulate Cultural Action
NEW YORK (JTA) A pro-
L'.i.im "f greatly expanded cultural
activity between the American
Jewish community and Israel be-
gan recently with the announce-
ment that SI. 250.000 had been
raised to initiate the newly-eaten*
li-hcd Di Joseph J. Schwartz Fund
Cor Leadership Training at the He-
.i e Universltj
Tlie Sl.230,000 figure exceeded
25 percent the results anticipat-
ed v he i the idea of the Fund was
fir si projected. Approximately
; oiio community leaders attended
sponsored dinner t<> Dr. Schwartz
v hn has for more than 30 years
been a kej figure in the American
Jewish community and is execu-
tive vice president of the ?..rael
Bond Organization.
tellectuals in the I'nited States
and other parts of the world from
drifting awaj from the mainstream
ot Jewish communal and cultural
association.'
An answer to those questions, he
asserted, wncrM he provided "ii
thousand. "i our young people
spent a year or more at the He-
brew University ol Jerusalem."
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, presi-
dent of Brardeis University, out-
lined the history of the Hebrew
University, which this year cele-
brates its -'Orh academic year.
He cited the growth of the He-
brew University, which this yea
has over 10,003 students on its
five campuses and a faculty of
1,200.
Messages of tribute to Dr.
cuwartz were received from Is-
rael's President Zalman Shazar,
Prime Minister L< \ i Cshkol an I
Hebrew Unhersitj President Eli
Ini a message ol tribute m < a
received fr im Samuel Rothberg,
( Peoria, III chairman 'i|
Board ol the American Frien Is of
the llelire I 'ln\ e: Sitj W ho H
inable to attend the dim
cause oi Illness,
faking final arrangement for Dr. Sylvan Schwartzman's
achers' Institute are (left to right) Albert Jacobson. president
Temple Judea Men's Club; Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spirit-
Hal leader of Temple Judea; Louis Schwartzman, director of
Be I- reou of Jewish Education; and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer,
^Krrr:.~: of the South Florida Federation of the Union oi Amer-
ican :!ebrew Congregations. ___________
iswish Educator
ue at Institute
On Miami Beach
Si Florida I i deration ot the
XTni'' ol American Hebrew Con
ns and the Bureau of Jew-
Ed ication will sponsor a
bcher-Training Institute for Re
Ous School Teacher, in the
eat'i' Miami area on Sunday,
17. 12:30 p m.. at Temple Beth
lorn.
r Sylvan Schwartzman, profes-
sor of Jewish religious education
at Hebrew Inion College, Cincin-
ati i>. an outstanding authority
in the field of Jewish education.
Will conduct the seminars.
f Handling arrangements for Dr.
ichw.irtzman's appearance are Al-
bert Jacobson. president ol the
Men's Club ol Temple Judea. Rab-
bi Morns A. Kipper, spiritual lead
er ol Temple Judea; Louis Sch-
wartzman. director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education; and Rabbi
Sanionl Seltzer, director of the
, South Florida Federation of Union
I American Hebrew Congrega-
tion-
Beth Kodeih Sisterhood
Luncheon and card party for
Beth Kodesh Congregation Sister-
hood on Wednesday noon was
sponsored bj Mesdames Celia Ko-
waller, Sadie Schucart and Lillian
Sherman
In response to the presen
of the Scopus Award, which was
made by Israel's Ambassador to
the United States, Avraham Har-
man, Dr. Schwartz spoke of "the
urgent need for strengthening
Jewish values to stem the tide
cf assimilation in a world which
is hopefully shaking off the poi-
son of anti-Semitism."
Dr. Schwartz posed these ques-
tions "What will happen to the
Jewish people if a release from
persecution is translated into a re-
lease from all practice and iden-
tity with Judaism? What force
other than Israel can he brought
into play to stop many Jewish in-
New German Stamp Bears Strong
toi,.n Resemblance to Face of Adolph Hitler
BONN (JTA)A new 50-pfen-
ning -tamp, containing a drawing
ol a tree so drawn as lo portray
a face remarkably like that of Hit-
ler, was enjoying a brisk sale this
week in West Germany.
The debt-ridden Federal Post-
office was understood to be de-
lighted at the heavy sales it is-
sued a statement emphasizing that
the artist, otto Rohse, 39, ol Ham-
burg, had not intentionally di
a face
The P stoffice also said the
tamp would not be withdrawn.
The stamp depicts .i castle tower
and beside it a tree Some ol ti
blanche- form the shape u tl e
lace resembling Hitler
The artist insisted that he
never seen Hitler- head it th
drawing, and neither did th
Postoffice Vrt Commission < hit t
passed the design He added thi
he had been an ordinal*} soldier in
a tank di\ ision from 1934 utit 1 the
end oi the war and that he was
never an admirer ol the Fuehrei
-On the ( ntrary. my familj were
members ol the anti-Nazi Conf -
sional Church." he stressed
Rabbi Gross Will
Leave for Israel
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal Of the Hebrew Academy, has
been selected to leave for Israel
by a joint committee consisting
oi noted Israeli educators and lead-
ing representatives of Torah lime-
sorah.
Torah Umesorah i> the agency
in New York supervising and
serving Hebrew Day Schools
throughout the I'nited States.
Habbi Gross will serve as a
member of a limited delegation of
15 American Hebrew Day School
principals designated to make a
study of the programs of outstand-
ing religious schools in various
parts of Israel The delegation will
also meet for orientation ami ex-
change of idea- with noted Israeli
educators,
Qood cJUusfc
IS
Congregants are Hosted ,M ;| letter lmm "" Joseph Ka-
minetsky, national director ol
ibbi and Mrs Max A Lip- Torah Umesorah, lo Louis Met
fttl.iU were host to members Ol v itzer, president ol the Hebrew
.Beiii loi.iu i -legation for a dis Academy, he stated that the dele-
Hu--ion on Jewish Values" last gation will undertake a study tour
nnd.i\. 8:15 p.m., in their home ol the Israeli school system tor .i
HI 112ti NF. ItiSth Ter., No. Miami three-week period beginning the
ftrach. first week in February
powerfully
influential
on
Pictured are the colleqe students who participated in the an-
nual Homecoming Sabba'h service at Temple Emanu-El last
week. Seated are Miss Rosalind Lehrman. daughter of
.Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman; Miss Rita Krachmer, daughter
1 of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krachmer; and Dr. Lehrman. Standing
[are Barry Rosenkranz. son of Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Rosen-
ranz; and Ronald Rothstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roth-
ate in.
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Friday. January 1L. 1965
ridtff.
Retired Havana Leader, Adolph Kates,
To Reside in Comfort of Greater Miami
A distinguished looking man
with aristocratic-styled beard and
pointed mustache ha? taken up
permanent residence at the Lib-
erty Hotel in Miami.
He is 79-year-old Adolph Kates
merly of Havana.
Kates sports a variety of dec-
orations reminiscent of Euro-
pean royalty, but he came by
them as head of Cuban labora-
tories representing American
I rms. "At one paint," Kat->
d?c'ared, "tn emp'oyed 110
p :ople."
." pi -t of hoi
: m in his
intrj
\ i iban citizen h -

h.m a list : honors th
- H l*o' in distin-
ihed affairs.
For example. Kate- holds the
Commander of the Cros? of the
It r of Carlo- Manuel de Ces-
pede- in recognition of services
rendered in favor of Cuban in-
terests."' He i> a Chevalier of the
Lesion of Honor of France "for
i Fficient cooperation in behalf
<: France during the war and
service! rendered in the economic

Kates is an Officer of the Or-
e'er of the Belgian Crown, a
Commander of the Order of
Commercial Merit, a Comman-
der of the Order of the Na-
tional Red Cross and was pro-
moted to Grand Cross of the
same Order. He is a holder of
the Grand Plaque of the Order
2 de Mayo de 1808" of Spain.
And his honors go on and on.
i'ii the occa?ion of his To:.'
hday on Feb. 27. 1956. he re
ived a wire of eoneratulations
n CamiUe Huysmans, then
enl of the Hou.?e of Parlia
i : Belgium.
contributions in behalf of
the Jewish community in Cuba
and Israel have brought Kates
a- r.ianv accolades Kate-, has let-
ters and wire? of gratitude from
ph Burg. Israel's Minister of
Posts; the late Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, who was chairman of the
Doard of Governors for State of
Israel Bonds; and. on hi- 76th
birthday, from Dr. Joseph
Schwartz, executive vice presi-
dent of Israel Bond?.
Kates was honorary presi-
dent of the United Pro-Israel
1 campaign in Cuba, honorary
member of La Casa de la Co-
muridad Hebrea de Cuba, past
president of the United Hebrew
Congregation there, past presi-
dent and founder of the Mai-
monides Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
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and honorary president of the
Board of Governors of the Cu-
ban Israel bond drive.
His list of activities and honor?
.- seemlngl) endless. Toda>. at
79. Kate? i- retired. "I believe
I've done much for m> brethren
in I-rael But even here, in Mi-
ami. I would s] eak be-
he declared
m :th a centle flourish. to remi-
-.
.: -

gran Ichild Merril
i. 1 "But
too."
eclared So lo
Kates iks I i past accompli-h
ment in the comfort of Miami.
"But I should like to do some-
thin.:." he emphasized, repeating
his ish to be helpful: "to talk,
to tell others of what there -till
remain? to be done."
Bonn Hit for Refusing Extension
Of Statute to Try Criminals
ADOLPH KATtS
work to be done
Rabbi S. Rosenberg
!
Kabbi Cofdmon
IBS
Sobbi Y. Rosenberg
Rabbi Tepfitz
Rabbi Bokser
United Synagogue Adult Education
Series Slates 6 Leading Rabbis for Area
The Animal Adult Education
Cavalcade of the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of Amer
ica will begin in January and ex-
tend for an intensive two-month
period, according to an announce-
ment by Seymour Mann, president
of the region.
Leading figures in the Conser-
vative movement in the United
States have once again volunteered
to tour the Southeast in order to
ik on the Conservative mov<
ment and other vital issues of cur-
rent interest The cavalcade is de-
to bring the best in Jewish
ght :n the Southeast to .!! con-
egations affiliated with the Uni-
ted Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Ber.-Zion Bokser, of the
Forest Hil's Jewish Center, New
York; Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg,
of Beth Tiedeck Congregation,
Toronto, Canada; and Rabbi Is-
rael Goldman, of Chiiuk Amuna
Congregation, Baltimore, Md.,

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will speak in Miami and Holly-
wood during the months of Feb-
ruary and March.
In addition to their appearance.?
here. Kabbi Bokser ill speak in
Temple Beth F.I. West Palm
Beach, and in Sarasota. Kabbi
Goldman will speak in Charleston.
West Palm Beach and at the .lack
sonville Jewish tenter.
Dr. Abraham Gol profes
sor oi Talmud at the Hebrew I'm
\ ersit) and visiti
Talmud at the Jewish Theological
Seminar; of Ami ri< a, will spt ak
il Beth David Congi on
26 on "The D< ad S a &
Dr i berg will also visit the
t'nited Synagogue coi n in
ipe Kenm
Rabbi Yaakoi l. of Phila-
I hia, will peakii
the last v eek ol Januarj in S
x. Petei
I Lakeland, Fla,
Saul : litz, ol I
Sons of Israel, W<
L. I will be speaking in Febru
arj in Columbus and in i
Ha
The cavalcade is organized
through the offices of the South-
east Region in Miami coordinat-
ed by its director. Rabbi Allen
Rutchik. In all cases, the public
is invited.
The adult education program of
the United Synagogue of America
is under the overall direction of
the National Academy of Adult
Jewish Studies of the United Syn-
agogue. The Academy has an ex-
tensive publication program in ad-
1 dition to providing curricula
* | guides and establishing standards.
NEW YORK-lJTA)-Thc West
German Government was accused
this week by the leaders of 18 mi-
JOT American Jewish organizatioi -
of "evasion <>f it- moral respoesi
bilities" for refusing to extend the
statute ol limitations on Nazi
crimes. The charge was contained
in a letter to u German F irei ;n Ministi r
bo iectod an invitat

...
rxchai

B nai B i .-1i and
onfen ni i

ned the
tter in behalf of the
nted in the Conference.
The German Statute of limita-
tions for all crimes, including
murder, runs 20 years. Under
present German law, German
war criminals against whom no
judicial act has taken place
would be free from prosecution
on May 8, 1965, the 20th anniver-
sary of V-E Day.
In their letter, the Jewish groups
also assailed the West German
Government for it? "disregi
of appeal? to recall West German
scientists "participating in the
development oi missiles for the
United Arab Republic." They cited
the "declared intention of Egypt
to use these weapons in a wai
destruction against Israel."
"The West German Gi
men' ..-nm of it- moral re-
sponsibilities with respect to the
. xtension ol tl e stat ite ol I n I
lions and the withdrawal of Get
man scientists from Cairo under-
mines our confidence in youi
eminent'- awareness of the as yet
unredeemed I if in of the Ger
man people to hi nd to th>'
suni\"r- of the \.i. ust,"
the letter to Di
clai i l ntil s i
eminent ha- demonstrated
i ir underst
gation and it-
charge it in these 1 areas
: Je ish and i i ei al h i
n i mi ern, < iermanj claim
to a genuine rebirth and a new
moral posture must be \ ig i
n ected."
The American Jewish l<
c< mpared West German} rel
to extend it? statute of limitations
coverii Nazi uar 11iminals with
the action? ol other European
eminent? "Onlj last week. '
letter noted, "the French National
Assembly approved unanimous!)
It gislation which declares that
crimes against h.imanity
are defined by the United
resolution of February
anil by the charter Of the
Tribunal at th.
Trials >. are not subject
i limitations by tl
...
'
K
The Jewish groups wer:
ly critical of a telegram
Dr ichroeder c11'ed No.
which the Oertssan offic
it was "very unlikely tha*
stanrial number of hHtta
known Naii criminals m
discovered in the futc
their reply, the Jewish
disputed this claim
terming it necessarily ss
five."
The telegram from Dr
der -aid that alter Worl
Allied courts had ?cntcn'
than 5,000 persons I t wai
and that up to Jan 1 191
Germans had investigated
ord? of more .*'
and brought 12.882 person?
Currently, he said, ?ome T
proceedings i re i
they
ut:ons
1946, ; 4&
'-erna/l

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n
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be In iderj i-ply, culi- dowi ton. TSout] Towi to of
. App.
Attend
services
t/iis week
at uour own
place of
worship
HI 8-4994
When Hit occosien arises, pho"
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inuary 15. 1965
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10-chairmen of the Southgate Towers
Acetic
mesMt. ...,> -".)ii fcr Combined Jewish Appeal by Joseph Bu-
dowsky ielt! and Joseph G. Denmark is made by John Sor-
tin, Birmcn of Residents of Combined Jewish Appeal. The
outhget'? chairmen follow the announccmen' of Moiton
Towns CO chairmen, markinq the second high-rise apartment
to officially begin participation in the 1965 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
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Israeli Placed Under Arrest;
Suspected of Spying for Egypt
TEL A\ !\ J'i A i An Indus-
lalist bo:- in tin- Did City of
rusalim li" ha- had a check
ed care- in I-vacli commerce,
as Ud< .ir.r-l here nil mi-
cion Of : k mil; lor I! _;> ptlail in-
digene* I lit- suspect, Shmuel
iruckist-.H'icd textile engineer-
g in Si- I hr-ter. Kn.Mild for
vcral yi ;inl married there.
eturnin: I r.i '. 'ie tried t"
t up pi a 'i'\( v..1 i:ue-.
When I proposed lnuldmu .i
ant tor .'.iic.ctiori of silk and
her fine \id. > ;n Kiryai Cat.
k rccelv l a -rani of [600.000
WO.OOOi :n l!:e I.-rael Develop-
ent Bul
ant.
For a .diiety of reasons, the
lant fa, en to make money and
arvch obtained new investment
ndt iBJin'y from England but
no enterprise continued to
londtr.
He mde :i linal allempt to make
-, worker- partners by turning
Ihc plant into a inoperative enter-
prise but this also failed and heavy
uses forced closing the plant.
Baruch asked to be declared a
bankrupt but instead he was
charged with receiving money un-
der false pretenses He was never
theless allowed to go abroad to
eek additional funds, He was ar-
rested last week while trying to
have Israel again and police said
i i \ found him in possession of
documents of a highly secret na-
ture and security value, lie was
-., d to be cooperating with police.
Silver to Direct
Education Here
Dadc County Board of Public In-
-1 ruction has appointed Herbert
Silver. 7536 Buccaneer Ave., North
Bay Village, as director of elemen-
tary education in the new South-
west District.
His duties in the new position
will begin with the organization of
the district July 1. 1965. Until
then, he will complete the school
year as principal of Aiiburndale
Elementary School.
Si'ver has also been principal
of Myrtle Grove Elementary
cchool in Opa-locka, Mae M.
Walters Elementary School in
H:jlc-oh, and served as charter
piinc'pal of Treas'jie Island El-
mentary School in North Bay
V I'.gu.
; has been ; I with
d public school system
ince : i4(i v hen he returned from
Voi Id War H service as lieutenant
r.: Ie in the United States
\a\ ,ii Ri sen c in addition to
aching in i i i Baltimore City
chool system prior to 11)42. he has
been a teacher at the elementary
and secondary level in several
Dade County schools,
Silver earned his diploma from
the Maryland State Teachers Col-
lege at ToWSOn, received his Bach-
elor of Science in Education from
the University of Maryland, was
granted the Master of Education
degree from the University of Mi-
ami, and is presently a candidate
for the degree of Doctor of Edu-
cation al the U. of M. He has also
lone graduate study at St. Louis
University and the University of
the Americas in Mexico city.
He is a life member of the
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers, an active life member
of the National Education Asso-
ciation and many of its affiliat-
ed departments.
He i* a member of Temple
Emanu-EI, when' he has served
on the Board of Education and
; jMitL.. c '> <
iH.. ; .-
m 1
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K-i
i "^^^BEr^Ly^ 1 I I
i "-^ 'tmr P l '
Horry Zukernick (left\ cf the Miami Beach Bar Association,
and Chesterfield H. Smiih, president of the Florida Bar, a* a
Beach Ear meeting here which cited Attorney Zukernick for
having "done the most for the legal profession in 1964." Smith
is shown making the presentation of a plaque to Zukernick
at a luncheon in the DiL'do Ho'el.
Beth El Adds To Facilities
Completion of a six-classroom
structure for pioneer Congregation
Beth Kl Of West Palm Beach was
announced recently i>\ Rabbi 11>
man Fishman, spiritual leader oi
the Temple.
Costing more than $63,000, the
structure also houses a Itbrarj
room and assembly hall Hi which
daily minyonim is held
sung in the choir He hold- mem-
bership in the Council for Inter
national Visitors ol Greater Mi
ami and belongs to Phi Delia Kap
n i and Kappa Delta Pi
Weekdays, the county Jewish
Federation sponsors kindergar-
ten classes in the new educa-
tional building.
Temple Beth Kl completed
about a year ago at a cost ol $200,
000. will eventually become
auditorium upon erection ol .
liou-e for worship facing east
.lose.ih Toyzer, an executivt
the aria branch ol Radio Corpo
i n of America, is presldenl o
Temple Beth El. He recently
ceeded Irving Moss, for two y<
president of the Temple and
prominent worker for the congre
gation lor 35 years
Charles "Chuck" Goldberg.
lanoqing director of the Sor-
Kctel in Miami Beech,
tbeen appointed to the
jntion Bureau Advisory
af Miami Beach by
M e 1 v i n Richards.
ioldb< :q k. a member of the
oard ol Governors of the
'hormb'?r of Commerce, chair-
nan, of the Hotel Division,
:ompi::;.i.g 132 member ho-
ela, err i president of the Bon
/iva&ts. the travel officials oi
Jrtjolei Miami. Goldberg has
lb served on the Public Re-
Advisory Board of
Beach for 12 years.

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Youth Urged to Develop Heritage
budget for the ag-
i <'> onI>- fs?SS
of its actual need based on the con-
tinued rise in Jewish college en
Judaism ,-oilments. He tailed on the Jew
among its youth was urged by the isfa community, through local fed-
nai lint' llillel Foundations at'nations and welfare funds. -**
the annual meeting of the Hiilellbegin i
\. lional Commission. The need
WASHINGTON(JTA) Strong-1 the S2.202.0OO
er action bj the
community to develop a more
i i e understanding o(
Israel's Prime Minister Levi Es.hkol confers at Jerusalem with
two Southern Senators, George A. Smothers oi Florida (right)
and Richard Russel of Georgia (left), while the Senators were
:n Israel lor school groundbreaking ceremonies recently.
Smothers expressed high praise for '.he country's educational
efforts for immigrants from many areas of the world.
11 Students Take Part in Service
Student congregation ol Beth
Torah Religious School featured
members of the Torah Reading
c.roup during Sabbath services.
Pa ng in t li < sen ice
i ere R tbert, son "t Mr and Mrs
Si n Robert n ol Mr.
and Mrs Harold Rosen: David,
son '.'l Mrs Morris Tenen
taum. Lai rj. son oi \l r and Mrs.
5s %> MitJvS
Ra> Bookman; Gary, -on ol Judge
and Mrs Martin S c h a c hat;
Jtymes, son <>t Mr. and Mrs Rob'
i-n Mot,it. Joel, son "i Mr and
Mrs Seymour Shwecky; Jerome,
sim oi Mr and Mrs Morris Lazar;
Louis, son ol Mr and Mrs Joseph
Solomon. Lee, son oi Mr and Mrs.
Stanle) Friedman; and Andy, son
ol Mr and Mrs David Kotlikoff.
Jewish educational institutions
relate their teaching content to
tontempora : i vents and issues
stressed in several reports ai d
... In sses.
A stud} conducted among llillel
Foundation directors al 53 major
American universities disclosed
that undergraduates todaj -how
i.i. more concern" for social and
political problems 'ban did the
campus group of a decade ago, but
not many associate Jewish values
v. ith these interests, it was report-
i .1 at the meeting
A biennial census released at
the meeting showed that three-
fourths of the nation's Jewish
youth of co'lege age18 to 24
is enrolled in schools of higher
learning. The census, supervised
by Rabbi Oscar Groner, assist-
ant national director of Hillel
Foundations, showed a 10.9 per-
cent increase in Jewish enroll-
ments over 19S2 and a Jewish
student bo.'y of 35 OCO in Amer-
ican and Canadian colleges at
the start of the present semes-
ter.
Philip W Lowp, treasurer of the
llillel Foundations, reported that
s*m
and
proportionately i" the mainten-
ance and expansion of the Hillel
program The Commission re
elected Dr Louis Gottschalk, pro
lessor Of history at the University
ol Chicago, to a one year term Bl
its chairman
The [act that feu college stu-
dents consciousl) find any relig-
ious motivation for their involve
n.cut in social action issues .i-
viewed by Joseph I. Paradise, ol
New York, vice chairman of the
Commission, as "a serious failing
on the part ol religious institu-
tions." Me said that civil rights
activists and youth working against
poverty and illiteracy have yel to
learn that they are fulfilling the
Jewish tradition.
Dr Alfred Jospe, director of pro
grams and resources for the Hillel
Foundation- declared that the
Jewish community, in it- religious
and educational institutions, has
not succeeded in creating in The
minds of young Jews the image of
a Judaism that has something im-
portant to contribute to their
search tor spiritual dignitj
moral significance
President Label A. Katz, of
B'nai B'rith, warned against
"looking ino the wrong end of
the telescope and assuming that
the problem of relating religious
relevance to contemporary prob-
lems can begin at the college
level. He said that "a sophisti-
cated awareness o f Judaism
needs to be initiated through
more intensive Jewish educa-
tion in the early formative year*
of Jewish youth."
Rabbi Benjamin M Kahn. na-
tional director of B'nai Brith
Hillel Foundations, said that a
"denominational competitiveness"
which has In en intensifying relig
ions differences in the adult .lew
ish community, is now threatening
Opening the new Sheraton Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Beach
are (left to right) George W. Gill Jr., operator of the new Sher-
aton Fort Lauderdale Mayor Melvin Young; and Gerard C.
Henderson, president, Sheraton Inns, Inc.
^i***^*
Ft. Lauderdale's
Sheraton Hotel
Opens on Time
Official ceremonies opening the
new 14-storj Sheraton Hotel on the
beach at Fort Lauderdale were
late, a- predictedhundreds of lo-
cal guests were delayed a total of
ten minutes while carpet was laid
and handrails mounted on the
main lobby staircase
Much greater delays had boon
forecast, however, alter lust Au-
i-t Hurricane Cleo swept through
the still-open building Despite the ; to mow on lo the college campus!
total destruction oi an elevator
and other extensive damage, the
210room tower hotel. Fort Lauder-
dale Beach"s highest, opened only
ten minutes later than scheduled.
Cutting the ribbon to open *.e
combination convention resort
hotel were Ft. Lauderdale Mayor
Melvin "Cy" Young; George W.
"Bob" Gill Jr., operator of the
new Sheraton; and Gerard C.
Henderson, president, Sheraton
Inns, Inc.
The new Sheraton forecasts too
percent occupanej with the open
i' ] of peak tourist season one
v "k alter the hotel's official in-
auguration The hotel will be the
first in the area to offer complete
facilities for convention groups up
to 4(10 persons.
Another hotel "lust tor the
Sheraton, v. hich is only a few
sand) steps from the surf, is the
tn-t complete public installation
of tempered shatterproof glass
winch increases wind resistance
Morrison and Schifl-Kasanof Display Shown
at the recent MassachuseMs Retail Grocers As-
sociation annual dinner is the Morrison and
:if-Kasanof display. Left to right are Ben
k and Sam Sarver. of Morrison and
Mickey Liberman, of Kasanof's; Ronald
ein and Sam Belson. of Morrison and
Schitt
lie criticized the growing efforts
to fragmentize" the Jewish cam-
pus community.
He called the "intrusions" on
the campus "a divisive approach
that tends to dilute, not strength-
en, the students' ties to Jewish
peoplehood.' He said that the
Hillel Foun lations welcomed the
effort s of i irthodox. Conservative
and Reform elements in Judi
to establish denominational stu
dent groups "within the frame
work of the total Jewish campus
i immunity, win. h a Hillel Founda
11 n seeks to serve." The concept
ol religious pluralism is valid and
traditional in Jewish life, he de-
clared. But the "ideals of plural
ism," he added, are lost when op-
, pres.sive denominationalism seeks
to "separate and compartmental-
ize" the college group.
"The basic problem," Rabbi
'Fish Call-
Now Available
A newly patented electronic Iran
sistorized "fish call" permit- ang
lers to call fish to then- axact fish-
ing spot.
[otbylologists have known for
some time that fish respond to
onic oscillations between .so and
'>"' i y< Ices, as well as to lighl
w aves.
Moth have been combined in the
n"w. compact unit.
The sound waves though only
moderately audible to the human
i r travi I ome 200 to 300 yards
through the water and attract fish
directlj to the source.
A dial allows selection of seven
rent iants oi -< ind ai es.
In addition lo the sound selection.
' o capable of produc-
ing li::ht waves for maximum at-
! species ol fish The
table from National
- and Sen ice, Box 7112, Apex
Station v. ton D.C
Kahn asserted, "is not the pres-
ervation of denominational struc-
tures, but to help reconcile for
students a seeming conflict be*
tween the contemporary cul-
ture they understand and tradi-
tion*! retius value* wtiiih es-
cape them." Hillel directors and
lay leaders here were equally
critical of denominationalism.
Their consensus was that, in
most cases, it represented "com-
petition for loyalty to a religious
institution rather than loyalty to
Judaism itelf."
"Too many Jewish youth, n their
religious upbringing, are exposed
to only one view of Jewish life and
fail to understand or accept th<
meaning of a pluralistic approach
to Judaism. Rabbi Kahn said.
"The separatist trend has alto en
ated the paradox Of weakening in-
n.i Jewish ielation-hips at i time
when "genuine approache- to nv-
tltal understanding are developi. .
between Christian and Jev -h cam-
pus institutions
Fein Joins
The Florida Bar
Arnold
member
No\
house.
Fein was sworn as ,i
of the Florida Bar on
t the D.ule Coin;- Court
Fein n .\ ed
BSS degn Fi
the Citj lollt i
ol New i
LLB degret
from the niver
sitj oi : tihan
Law h II-
- been men
ber oi New
York M j since
1950, an: is a
HIM member : the
Association ol the Mar ol e City
Ol New York
He is presently State H -torian
for the Department Ol Florida
Jewish War Veterans, Judge A
Mn.it.- and Editor of the Mewslei
tei Of the JWV Harry 11 Cohen
Post 723, and c > -chairman >f the
AOL Committee ol the Hot*. shore
Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He served with the 106t Intan-
Iry Division during World Aar II
and has been a member of the
Hoard of Directors of the AJumin
Association ol City College >>f New
York, a member of the Executive.
Committee ol the New York Lav
yen Chapter of the Amcru -n Jew
ish Congress, vice chairman ot the
\- York Metropolitan Council ol
\niii ican \ eterans Con nittei
ind chairmat il th< FDR lapter
the AVC
Fein inte-.i L-ti w in
Miami Beach
Zech-Nenntwich
Conviction Upheld
BONN(JTA The We it Ger-
man Supreme Court this waedr, up-
held the war crimes conviction of
Hans Walte. Zech Vnntwu\ ul
lied to Egypt after escapir, tro
a German jail la-t April
The former SS oiliccr was *
'need to four years for hi- role II
vartimc ma-s murder of Poll I
Jews He returned to G -rmai
from Egypt in August, and SU
lendered. He said that fa can
hack because be was confi I ml i
acquittal
Transistorized Pish Call
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15, 1965
^Jewlst) thcridHcir
Page 9-C
Reiseman Chairs Advisory Board In Greater Miami
, .'


^^H
gas H n
4cry lEert Kinq High points to an ar*:st's rendition of the
lew lunt ublic housing facility for the elderly soon to
be-i I occupation. The 13-story structure, at NW 14th
^Hh St., which has a Day Center adjoining, was
Homed the Robert Kinq High Towers by the Miami
Houxaa JJPthon'y, who will operate it. From left are Martin
Fine, Bicn of the authority, City of Miami Vice Mayor
Sidbi^HL^ronovitz and Mayor High.
Harvey I. Reiseman, a partner
in the law firm of Reiseman, Sel-
kowitz and Corrigan, has been ap-
pointed chairman <>t the city ul
Miami Economic Advisory Board,
He replaces tin- former chairman,
Robert Shevin, who resigned in
order lo devote more lime to bis
duties as Dade legislative repre-
sentative.
Reiseman said he expects to call
an early meeting of hi- commit
tee with Citj Manager Melvin
Reese and business and industrial
leaders.
\ native oi Brooklyn, Reiseman
was reared in ll&rrisburg, Pa re-
ceived ins BA degree at Penn
Slate University and moved to Mi-
ami in 1955 to attend Miami Uni-
versity Law School, fronj which he
was graduated cum laude in 1958.
He was associated with now
Circuit Court Judqe Harold B.
Spaet in the practice of law for
six years, prior to forming the
law firm in the Biscayn* Build-
ing with which he is now associ-
ated.
HAKVtY RCISIMAN
Reiseman lias been active in
civic clubs and fraternal orders in
Miami and Miami I'.eaeli lie ser-
ved as governor of Miami I'.eaeli
Moose Lodge 1851, chancellor com-
mander oi Roosevelt Lodge 177.
Knights of Pythias, a member of
the Board Oi Directors oi ;i.i M
ami Beach Bar Associate n, Board
of Directors ol tlic_ .Miajnj. iieacji^
Sertoma Club and the All-Mis
Youth Symphony. He rec< ntl> ac-
cepted an appointment as coordin-
ator for Roosevelt Lodge of th<
Pythian Youth Camp, which wil
.sponsor ;i "Jamboree ol Stars"
benefit show at Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall Mar !! and !'
lie lives at 7931 SW 14th T< i .
with his wile, the former Sandra
in n n. of Portsmouth, Va., a I9."i
graduate of the University oi Mi-
ami, and their daughter. Randi 4.
Country fair Here
Jewish lloim lor the Aged No I
Miami Beach Auxiliary featured
a Country Fair on Tuesdaj trom
11 to 4 p.m at Washington Fed-
cral Auditorium. 699 NE IGTth S\
President i- Mrs. Irving Salamo-
v itz.
tarrf ^earl
Jp ling Rider
tion. the most
Jewish race rider in
Walter Blum. He won
ndins title in 1963 and
won enough races in
>iire I of retaining the
Blum has won more than 3001
ces, 5^B^or tne nrst t,me m
rnorjfjfc not riding at Tropical
rk. 1 ^Mther .U wish riders arc
t beinVshut out. A youngster
iitl i( Bock i jives every mill
tioe evelopmg into a first-
His naifie i- Barry Pearl, an 18-
ear-old \vh> ,.Mended Hialeah
A gehfeol '' ~'>t his start in
.< Htn^ on weekend- and
ingvnool vacations.
P#> r father always had a
leeffftKrest in horse racing, and
t waetta who talked his son into
>eln jockey Barry's progress
z/as (JfW unti two seasons ago,
iner Bill Sacco took a
him and put him under
e -i\ horses in Florida
l< Sacco, but could
than fourth, on a
r! Beloit. It was not un
ntember at Atlantic City
Vl finally found his way
lilliler circle. Sacco put
Scarlet Sage and Pearl
lop led all the way and '
lengths
h have any more vvinner.-
moved over to Garden
I | said "Then I decid-
|s time 1 started doing
g. I didn't have any agent
ed hustling myself, going
many trainers as I could.
get on their hor-es. I
| race- the last two weeks
I'eBth,. .* .urn! now, the
h. id-ajiBkiii Km (alahrese. '"I
Pearl ride at Garden
d i was tremendously un-
said Calabrese. "i could
to work for a lot of vet-
rs. but I didn't want that.
to take my chances witn
1 i ttftd ii happened. I
I ik |i ;: fine team.'*
Farfcand P.cns
CJA Progrcsm
P. Zuckerman, southern
tatnc of the Farband-
on janization, has
ed thai an all da) Com-
i | peal program has
jtduled tor Mar. 7. .
Jinan has a-ked all mem
farband and other affilia-
l I gTSJip i car their sched
i es far I ii.i.v cunlereine,
hick will be held at the DiLido
tc cooperation with the
nm^BHBpffice ot I'nited Jewish
A pe*^La* be: 4 pledged bv Zev
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+Je*lst> ncricfiar
Friday. January 15 ,*
Postage Men
Elect Officers
Harry Schwartz, founder and
i president, has been elected
honorary president of the Florida
Postage Operators Association,
xiciit, pioneer Miami Beach
resident, was elected president ol
the organization
Other officers include Martin C.
Schwartz, vice president; and Jos-
, ph Jabo, se< retary.
Roan! members are Charles Mea
chum. Ernest Fuld, William Woolf,
Paul Kronenleld. Arthur Dobson,
David Gibbons, .lack Gechtman
and Abe Skolnick.
Annual installation banquet will
be Jan. 1" at the Carillon Hotel
Dedicating the new Youth Lounge at Temple Ner Tamid are
(left to right) Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Miami Beach Mayor
Melvin Richard, cutting the ribbon; D. Dale Regent, chairman
of the Youth Committee; Murray A. Shaw, president of the
Temple; and Richard Belitsky, president of the Young Judaea
Youth Group. Serving with Regent on the Temple Youth Com-
mission are Rabbi Labovitz, Bruce Richman, Shaw, Michael
Horwitz, Mrs Yvonne Burkholz, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen,
Harry Holtzman, Mrs. Michael Horwi'z, Mrs Ralph Mervis,
Mrs. Samuel Pearlman, Mr. and Mrs. D. Prichason, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Propper, Mrs. George Reese, Mrs. Shirley Wil-
ner, Mrs. Paul Wilson, Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. Kalmanson.
Schwartz Heads
Free Loan Group
\1 the 15th annual election meet-
ol the Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association held last
*eek in the auditorium of Con-
.. ;ation Beth El, Isidore Schwartz
a a- reelected to serve a- president
ir the coming year. This i- his
consecutive term in oflice.
tthers to si rve are Mr, ii
er, first \ ice president; Morris
. second vice presidl nl ;
i: Siegel third \ ice presi-
i Max Rappaport, treasurer;
Is Kunst, recordin seen
Ida Ochs, financial seen 1
Prii col respondinj set re
ol Directors include M
11 r."-- 1 Rappaport, Rachel
.-.kov.it/. Yvette Baxter 1
-r Rose S< hv artz, Pauline
\\ w Berkov. m YolandJ
istein. Anna Block, Mr. and
'.'. 1 ei 11 Mi
.: M ~. I >e Rotenbe 1 Mr
Mrs I Her, Mr and
Brafl M nd Mrs G
d Mr and Mrs Fendell. Mr
nd Vlrs Henrj Garrison, Mr
B Silverman, Mr. and Mrs
Silvi rblal \ P. Ri
1 in the I redil Committee are
ris Eckhaus. chairman, Sam
er, Ben Silverman Fred Ochs
Mi Rappaport, and 11 nrj Garri
Mother Gordon's Blood Bank and
1. 1 bese Shel Ernes Emergency
1 uid is administered by a special
mittee, consisting of the presi
lent, first vice president, and
lr ..Mirer
ISIDCKC SCHWARTZ
A
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GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
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Biwttni.
^ANCHORS
AWEIGH
If ATCI BIMINI BIG GAME
nUIEL FISHING cme
BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS
S7>
Bay Harbor Club
Elects Morgan
Saul .1 Morgan, 9661 E. Bro id
vif !i Ba> Harbor Islands, has
been named president of the Bay
Harbor Islands Club.
A visitor here for the past 13
years, Morgan has been a resident
I the tiny Hi-cayne Bay Island
community for the past year, lie
came here with Alexander Muss &
Son-, builders of Seacoast Towers
end currently building Seacoast
d werg South.
The Bay Harbor Islands Club is
devoted to social and cultural ac-
tivities. It has some 700 members
and serves as one of the major
community meeting grounds" lor
r< sidents, Morgan sai.
Formerly a resident of New-
York, Morgan joined the 70-year-
old, multi-million dollar Muss or-
ganization in 1950. and rose within
tlie company to the position of
tea surer.
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Barkin Sings
With Orchestra
Operatic arias, liturgical compo-
sitions and Israeli songs represent-
ed tenor soloist Jacob Barkin s con
rribution to the Jan. 10 program
ol the Miami Beach Symphony Or-
i hestra at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium at 8 p.m.
Barkin has sung with major or-
chestras, including the Pittsburgh
and Cincinnati Symphony Orches-
tras, and has appeared with opera
companies throughout the world.
He was one of the performers in
the first staging of Fidelio in He-
brew translation given in Israel.
Lasl year, Barkin appeared locally
In the Pops Concert ".Night at the
Opera
Two Join Staff
Of PR Firm Here
Election ol Lois Nevins, a mem-
ber of the Gulfstream Park public
relatii ns staff for the past five
years, as senior account executive
ol the Gerald Schwartz Agency,
Miami Beach-headquartered pub-
relation firm, was announced
!l is week
Perry Ciment, Journalism grad-
ate ol the Unh ersity of Miami.
i h en ;>r imoted to account ex-
ec ul The agi ncj was I tunde I
in 19 1- the only Florida
firm whuh 1- a member "t Public
;:c lations Management Corp.
Miss Nevins, a native Miamian
1 h Si graduate,
I !!' I in\ersit) ol i lorida
\i; Ii ice from the
I nivi Miami.
Cimi .- j graduate ol the Mi-
ami Beach Hebrew Academj and
Ner Israel High School in Balti
more. While earning his AB in
journalism at the l niversitj ol
Miami, he was named to Kappa
'I an Alpha, national honorary so-
ciety recognizing scholarship in
j lurnalism.
If i j /1,
1 *'
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Leon Keyserling (second hom right), former Presidential eco
nomic advisor, is greeted by Harold Dunsky (left) and Dr. Mar
Lipschi'.z, spiritual leader oi Temple Beth Torah, at a reception
sponsored by the Temple. Mrs. Dunsky is seen
Dunsky is development director at Cedars of Lebanon Has-'
pital.
Left to riaht are Lucille Alterman and Herman Fisher in "Who
Needs Money?" The fund-raising play by the Beth D
Men's Club was seen recently at Spector Hall.
Furniture Mart
Elects Alexander
A. J. Alexander, president of
Kent Furni'ure. Inc.. has been
elected president of the Florida
Furniture Mart,
statewide organi-
zation which an-
nually sponsors a
trade show un-
der the same
name.
Alexander suc-
c e e ds Randolph
Malone, who now
serves on the
Board of Direc
AllXANDlH tors.
Also elected to the Mart are vice
president, James Wiener, presi-
dent of Kodawood Furniture; sec
retary. Herman Kehtenthal; and
treasurer. Milton Kane. Echten
thai and Kane are manufacturers'
representatives here.
On the Board of Directors rep-
resenting the Florida Association
of Furniture Manufacturers, co-
sponsors of the Mart with the Flor-
ida Furniture Travelers, statewide
salesmen's organization, are: John
( randall. Herman Fisher, Robert
Foster, Irving Last. Howard Le-
\ine, Marty Martin. David Parker,
and J. II. Komine.
Representing the FFT on the
board are Albert Barton, Irwin
Fine. M William Gladstone. M. J.
Jackson,'Joe Nelson. Jr., and Ed
ward Sloan.
Only 26 Jews
Left in China
By Special Report
Chinese Jewrj 1- almost extinct
I roii 25 000 twentj years ago, the
number ol persons registered with
the Council 0| the Jewish Com
munity in shanghai is 26 todaj
These facts have been reported
to the World Jewish Congress in
New York by P. I. Yudalevicb.
chairman of the Council, who
rotes that the tiny community con
-its of 20 persons in Shanghai
and six in Harbin.
The Community Council is pri-
marily concerned with providing
welfare facilities for needy mem-j
bers. arranging Jewish education
for the remaining children, and
caring for the community ceme-
teries.
In addition, the Council is occu- j
pied with requests from former
members of the commuuity who
lequire documentation of confine-
ment in the Shanghai restricted,
area during World War II to sub-
stantiate compensation claims
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LEGAL NOTICI
i'lCE OP APPLICATION
FOB T *X DEED
>-ER2C' ACTS OF 1941
File A 2'769
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lltor* und \il Peraon* Hnv-
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BY HENRY LEONARD
%vBut Bobe, all I wonted
was a glass of water!"
Coi" 1944, Oji>-j Piodu.tcii
LEGAL NOTICE
Harris is Speaker
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65550-C
IN RE' Entnti oi
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.i All Creditor* and All r.-i.-mi II.n -
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You iii. hereh> notified and t*- by Lawyers'Title Guaranty Fund
outred .to nremmt an) ....... and de- Harris is a member of Lawyers"
tnanda vvhloh you maj have an.hum
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to the Count; .imln-. of liade t'ounty,
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proVided in Section 7-13.16, Florida
sii.mii...-. in |heir offtaev In the Onun-
t> Coutthouae m I >; l- County, Flor-
ida, \rltliin >-i\ calendar month* Pron
Hi.- time "I the flral rAiblieation here-
of, hi Hi" i-.iin.. "ill I-i- barred.
I'.u.-ii nt Miami, Florida,' thin ith
d:ii ,.| liurillii y. A.I). I!>r:,
AWKTTi: l: iHH.W IN
a> Aximltiiati itriJi
Plral publication ol tl>i- not
the 'ili day of Januarj, IM3
A .1 \ V i'IMSTi >1,
Allt,rn..\ i... Ailii.n i-i ; .i 11 i \
:'l Northeuxl I -t Av<
Miniii. Klortdu i I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14241
sr \ni.i:v ci:u I'hilnl Iff,
Marshall S. Harris was principal
speaker at a function recently
when some 100 new attorney- were
admitted to practice within the
past year or who were sworn in at
ceremonies at a dinner sponsored:
Title Guarantee, and also belongs
to the Florida Bar's Committee on
Continuing Legal Education and
CO-Chairman of the Dade County
Bar's committee on the same sub-
ject.
LEGAL NOTICE
.l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n'iith'i: is 111::i i:y ttlVKN thai
tin iiiiiI-i -imii-il. ,l,- riin; to eitfnre In
bllHlni : del rii-tll loii- mini. ,.|
ATIIKX V at HMHi K 1 Street, HI..-
I. .ill mi, n,N i v, alclii .-.ii I
n nil ili.- i "lei k of the Circull 'iiri
of I ade Ootinl y. V
,ll -UN S I'l >.\l ASKI.I I
i KelKel, Albert, W.-I-h St l.\..i.~
. Vtloi in -. foi Applli ant
1462 W FlaKler St., Mlani Kla
l i .-::-
hi-n-t'> notified Htnl require
i-nt an> ciaium and demands
may hue aKaiiiat the --
.i ml. County, Klorida, t.. the
Ju-iii. imiIi- i*i>unt>. und
aai'i. In duplicate and aa |-n--
Kj*^K.-.'ii..i :'. l-'lorlda Slul-
^Pht-n ,.iu..~ in the Ciiiiiuy
in I'.,.I. County, l-'l.....i.i.
calendar inonthn from the
,. n ii-l.i .iti..n hereof,
i- ;ii !.. barred,
Mi.-- i ...i Ida, tin i
. ii be \ i' l64.
irnsr I.WKX
Aa I ^-. ulrix
bl.li,,.'! ii --I in not.....
pa.,. ununty,
1J r.\ jam'i i-
ornay (
l-lnoAi l:,-...i
ml Bl> ii. i 1/1-8-1 '.-."J
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DE COUNTY, FLORIDA
N CHANCERY
131M (Judge Wieheart)
Kl.l...
If,
M ai:i \ PKLU'R,
inl
CE BY PUBLICATION
Mi M \ KIA l-'lvl.l I'l.
fayeiii Avenue
\. I
IK III M.i'.V notified that
ii foi i ....... hat !. ii tiled
.in Iniii.i re-
in >py of youi anawer
ii iii inl ili, I'l.uiitiil .-
i i i ,i: id ;kks, u hoe
: i s w i mi strei i. Ml-
|da. i ill*- the orlal
ifflce of ti.....
inn .1 mli m1 i ii cult in
iniy, b i"i hi.i. on ,.i
I-. i.i ii..-
of a hu Ii llie Complaint ill
coliTi : i.i \ OU.
tin nay of Deci mlier,
llt.MAN
iiciiit Court
II) I' i il'I.I.A.XI"
I'.
l i-v-r. ::
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
D FOR DADE COUNTY,
OR.DA IN PROBATE
No '.^4,5-C
.I'-
ll: sn.-ii:i.. a k a HKKIR
:i.. nil., .-ii:m:i.. UKKIK
H-. I'-kc k i: .-ii:i;ai.. IlKKIK
and .\llis [3 SIGKL,
i.-.-,l
TICE TO CREDltORS
edltoi an i All I'araonii Hav-
i- ..i leia.iiiua AtftMiilat bald
- hereby notified and reQUlr-
?-.-lit .in. ...iih.m miui ilrrn.inil-
i in.. hllVe iiRllillM Hie
i.i ItKi KIC s,|:. ;,..|.. k .,
SllM;i,l I'.KKI SIKOIOI..
8K1KL, IIKCKIE BIROAL,
Sl-XIEL- ..i l Mlis. B. Bill EL
l l.ii. ,.i liade County, rTor-
ttie County .Imln.-s of l>:nl.-
mid n Bam* In duplicate
provided in ((action i 13 l,
Ktatutea, in their offloac In
tni] Cm tlioime in I 'aili- i ".Min -
Ida, w i.Inn nl\ ,iil. i.i II
time of tin- first
, h. or Hi.- name will
nt Mi.i-n Florida, this :'v:ii
i n In \ [ 1964
|atiiami:i. w sn:iii:u
i'aiu, w siia ;i:i.
An Ext
;nis noth e on
ki dnj
\ Di'sr >i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'li'lici; IS HEREBY fllVCV lht
flu- undi-rsii^m-il, d, .-irinir to cngatte in
l>IIHln.^.1 Illl-U-r II.,- IICllllouS Ii........ "I
zec ci.i:am:i:s a. LACNintY t
ilfl N.W. Hevenlh Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intends lo renlnter aald name
with the Clerk ol th- Circuit court
of I lade i Bounty Kloi idn.
m.w ki:i:m'ii BENZoi.
fl.EAXritS I.ACNOltY, IN<"
Aron iVlK, Silver .v. Si-h. r
Attornej n for Applicant
i"7 Ainii-v BldK Miami, Kla,
l l-' .3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5S547-B
IN 111-:. Ketali- ol
UH'iti \ swu i:i.s.
l>.fi-.. .i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
i NfiTlfi: la hereby Riven that l have
j'filed i Final Report and Petition f--r
Ofatribution and Kinal Dlachorne bi
i:\i-.nriv i.f thi .-tni-- ..i i...ui.-. a.
Siiiiiui-l*. <|..,-;!--ii and that on the
JSnd da) "i January, iMi, iil aflfily
lo the Honorable t'ounty -lu.lir. -t
l lull.- County*, KToridJu. i"- approval of
,-:ilil 1'iiml tt,-ri"ii and t.-r dietrlbutlon
and final dlKcharae -- Executrix ol
ih,. r-t.it-- .,! ili, above-named li- --
il.ni Tlii- S4th daj "I I '! uil.i-r.
I n.i.
Ill 'S M.INI> W S V Ml CIS
C\. cull i\ --I iii. Ealate "f
l.-mi- A Samuele, l*ceen*ed,
Mil si in i\i ,:i.n. Attorney
ti ISIrn is ne I illdins
Klorld i 111 I I-S-1.-.-22
in the circuit court of the
iith judicial Circuit in and
for dade county. florida
IN chancery
No. 64C 14242
st wi.ky m-nniEi:
"iiilntlff,
M-'Vli-A VCIjCAN SIIi -i: .'i
.i Kl'.i id:i |-1 >i :i I Ion, it al.,
I fendnn-.il
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ti 111. I" MkNI'KI.I.i '
Rome, Itnlv
T< AKIHI It II. KI.CYCN
i.i nu, .M.i-sii, lui-i-ti-
Tou AUK in:i:i:i'Y .Ninii iki- tliat
a i-.iiiipl.i im i" t.-r ..ii"-.- ., i-hatti
morumce mi tin- foiiowina rt rli
peraonnl property, to-wlt:
Yinii.ii.s and aundry moohlnery and
>>iui|imeiit, :m full) flearrlbed in
tlnii i-.rtuin Chattel Mortanae dated
Henteinher -'I. \:'-.. und reconled In
c iffi. i.il l:, ii.pl- Book H67S, it ["nare
',:;. "i the Public l;..."i(iM ol Dude
County, Klo*Ma
tin- In .ii filed nRalnal you and you
.ire ruejulred t" nerve .i ropy "f your
anataer or other plenitlio: to -: i t .
plaint upon tin- Plaintiff" attorney a,
Tallanoff, Walter Ml man, *Su l.in-
, "In Road, Miami Beach, Klorida, and
I file i. hi orlKlnal anavver or other
I pleading In the "ii Ii Hi- Clerk ':
| the Circuit Court in and i i Hade
c..;nii\. Florida, on -.r befon ihi ltli
Kebruar). i n > on r.ill t
do -... jiidKtnent b) defuull "HI
taken aftalnet you for the
ii i.i i i.i- ii in the I'ompla tni
Thia notice kIiuM 1- publlehed once
:i week for d'tir (Ii con>ecutive n'eekn
in The Jewlah Flurldlan, Mi.iml,
KI rlda
UK INK and riRI>KRKI> al Mi-imfc
Klorida, tlti-a itli dny of ianuury, lf-"i.
i: <: l.i:\ i HCI'.viAN, ci- rk
Circuit court, laid) Counqr, Klorida
i .uii iii i. sni:i:iien
I leput y Cli k
Tulianofl uliii. r ti l.llmun
Atioriiev-. for Plaint Ifl
rtn I.Iii. nlii ltd M .....i Reach, I
B) Mi. le l.nu in l -.-l".--"-' .:>
i
|i otn
., -ii. .

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY iN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14096
M V15TA II l.i:.\ \\ VRI',
i 'lalnl
\-
w ii.1.1 \.m \i \i:\ in WARP
i i.....i
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In U 11.MAM MARVIN \\ Mil'
Route MrKlhaney Road
i ir,-. n\ ill... South Carolina
Y..ii \\ II.I.IAM MARVIN U VRP
." .- hei, b) nol II Ii .1 '. .ii .i Bill of
i 'omplalnl i-" Hlvoro han be n fill 'i
you, .niii you ..' i uulr< .1 to
Nerve :i i "i-i of i "in- An-ut r .,i Plead-
Ina lo the BUI ot Comiitftint "n the
Blalntlff'a Atlorneya, TAI.IANOFF,
VVAI.HKR .v I.ITMAN, 180 Lincoln
Road, Mluml Beach, Klorida und fid
the orliflnul Anawer PleadinR in
ii.....ill.....: in, Clei k "I the Circuit
Court on or before the '-'7th day "i
January, IM5 n you f.ill lo do m".
judRmeiil iii default "ill be taken
aiiainat you foi the r.-iief demanded
in ih.. l:iii of i'omulainl
HATKl) at Mhiml, Florida, thl* 28rd
da) ,.i i lecembi r A.D IM4.
K l: i.kaTHERM AN.
i 'li-rk. i 'irciilt i '"inl
Dade County, Florida
(Ml) B) : c. |. COPBI^ND,
I .-i-.it> Clerk
Tallanoff, Wallei *. Lit man
I'.'n Lincoln Hoed
Miami Beach. Flol Id i
Attorney for Plaintiff
11' J
""'-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nii'i'ii'i: is HEREBY i;i\ EN thai
tli. underakfned deeli nil to enaafte in
bualneaa under the flciltloue na..... ol
Mi M >l-:i.s a ARTISTS I'.AI.I, .ii i.i'
N i: Tvili Strict, Miami Intends i"
reftlater wild name with the Cli h ol
i he i 'ii cull Court i I adi Count).
I lorlda
l.a I'.i I.i i: STI' i 'I' IS, l N'l'
. I
PACLKWITNEi
i: .III. K .!- S '
l||
1, 1-8 120 I.in. -In .

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i iTICE IS BIEREBT CIVKN
Hi., unil. i Mitin-I. deairina to eniaiK ii
iniKin.-- iiini.: the li-tliii'ii- name "i
(1ROSS SIIAU .v COMPANY it l"l-'
Alnale) KulldlnK. Miami, Florida in-
tend '.. r-ui-i-i mild name with the
Clerk "i he C.......'u I kidi
t '"iini i. Floridu.
IIII.BERT 11 ROSS
MAXWELL II SHAW
[RVIN'tl Rl is-CN I'.I,ATT
ni'.ai. i.i:\ ink
MARX h.VHKR
Ait-.i in > fi.- Appl .m: -
I HIS Ainale) Illda
Miami, I-i I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14046
HOLLAR HAVINi .s B VNK I IF I'll R
i rv i ii n R\\ \' IRK,
I'laliitiff.
V.-.
II V MAN" MAX BLCMIIERn,
el IIS, i-l al.
I'.-i'i nn.iiil-
NOTICE OF SUIT
Iii llinian Max Hlumbet'R and
Ida Blunibi i n. hi- n Ife,
i .. Mr I'ii .I Bluniberx
1.-17 Frant ie Li i.- Boulevard
VVhlleatoue -7. New York
Yon are hereby notified that the
above ea|itluoud aotloti hue bean in-
-iiiui.ii aiiain-t you in tin- Circuit
Court of llir Kleventh Judicial Circuit
ui Florida ni and for I'ad.- County i"
fnreclnae a DiortKuae upon tin- i"l-
lowlng des, rili.-il real proiiertj
I.ni I r.li., ;, STn.N'KVMIUHiK i:s-
statks, uccordlna to ibe Plat
tli.ie.il. iii.-Ml.(I iii l'lat tl""U ii .'
at Pajre '" "I the t'uldii Re-orda of
Dude County', Florida, together with
Veni Mini Blind*.
You are l.qilll.d t" file .i r.--|..n
-iw pleading t" plaintiff complaint
with the Clerk "l the aforeaald Court,
and nerve.....p) fhereol upon plaint-
in- attorne) MARTIN FINE, Hade
Federal Baildlng, Miami, Florida 33131,
not Utter ih.in i iiiiiiri W, IS6." or a
i i -', i'i i. Conti.--.- w ill i......i
Inal i "ii.
HATEI' l mi-. '.'
i: n LEATHERMAN
. ; ,i thi i 'ircull Co
i Hi K. M l,V)
I .-..: i .
M VK'I'IN" Fl \ ''
!'. deral I
KI'X N SCRK FOOTV* EAR, INC .
u Florida corporation, el -il .
I >..feiid:inl>
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ii : ll'l.li .Mi 'N'I 'i:i.l.i i
Home, Ii.ili
l I. Al! rill It It K I.EVEN
Lynn, \i -.- ii i-> 11-
VI ARE HEREBY Ni i I'll IEI > Ihal
.....Ill i -1 lllll III I" i-l'" I i !. it I.-'
;.,-. mi the follow inn di I Ir* il
pi i -..n.ii properii. fn-n It
\ .,- I., i- i n,l Mtinili) n .. ii -i.i i ami '
-11111 t 11 < ni a- liiil.i ,1,-, rii-.il ,n that
pi rmlii Chuttel M"i taawi dn
September II, U'62, and rei-orrted n
i nu. la I R( i i
161 "' the Puldli Re......1- -! Hade
i ..iini.. Florida .
h.i- i.. n iii, .1 uguinH i"'i a il i "ii
tire i i|iiin .1 to aervi i i-np) nf \ oui
i a- m .i ..( .,; |it-r ]'l- .1 III! to -i i.i ......
Ill upon III- I'!.11 ill- .itl.ii ii, -. I
Tallanoff. Waller ,\ i .....in, I2n Lin-
Road, M i i nu t'.,... h. I 'lorldn .
file your original annwei or other
].|. idlng In the office "i the Clerk "i
[[the Circuit Court in ami f 11 Hade
] County, |.i"ini:i. "ii or befire the loth
'day "i Kcbruury, I!i6.1. If you fail to
.I.- ho, Judgment i-> default will be
taken auain-t you t"i" the relief di -
Diunded In the comnlalnt.
Thi* notice -lull be pnMlahad <.....e
a Week fr four il ,-..ns, inl i\ weeke
hi The .l.-wi-li Fiolidluu, Miami,
Florida.
IkiNE and 111:111:1:1:0 at M ami
Florida, thin itli day "t JantiHr.v, 1965
1: II LKATIIKEM IN 1 'lei k
1 r, nil Court, I '.ni- ('"imi 1 l-lorldn
By: I.. sni:i:iii:n
|)i-|iuty Clark
Tallanoff, Waller & Lltman
Attorm i foi I'lainilii
1 Lincoln Rd., MHrml Bench. Pill.
\i\ Me : I until I --
in THfc COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 6i'"." A
IN RE Eatrtti
MIRIAM S. CIUI.I.
I >. ,a- .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'.-r-on- llav-
"i'i. .. I '. 11 .in.I- \-.1in-1 Said
Batate
i'"ii (ire hereb) notified arid re-
quired I., preienl ail) 'aitn- and de-
nianil- which \"i inal Intve .miin-i
the mate nf MIRIAM N 1HIIJ. de-
. ...i-.il la:, of OAHK 'ount). 1 i!
to the Count) Judge" "i Ihide Coun-
ty, ami flli the i-ame in duplli-ati and
.,- prov Ided in Si tion 16, Kloi 1.1
Staiutea, In their officer Iii the Coun-
t> Cotirthou.-i' In I hide County. Flor-
idu, 11 hln -i\ alendai m n Ihn fl oni
Hi, time "f the flral publication here-
of, r the same w ill !" Im
Ihiti .1 ..I Miami, I- lorlda, thi*
,1 ,, "i la Hilary \ 1
Si H'HIK I'l' HI
A- EXI Hli\
i'ii -1 p ddli an..11 ..: 1 in- ni
Ho- Mh da) "i im ary,
RICIIAKH .\ NKI..-1 i.N
Attorney foi 1 :v utrix
;..', 1.in, .:i. I loud
Miami Hi a. Ii, l-'ia.
Tight Favorite
At Tropical Park
The backstretch sany. who will
bet on anything, including thm^-
that can talk, have installed Dom
Brumfield a tiyht favorite to cap-
ture the riding title at the Tropi-
cal Park meeting.
As of now. Brumfield ranks
third with IS winners, behind .la-
cinto Vasquez, who lead- with \~.
and the defending champion. Mic-
ks Solomone. with 16.
Apprentice Martin Freed 1 9
climbing steadily and mm has 12
winners Others in the closely-
bunehed pack are .lack Leom
with 13. Steve Brooks and Johnny
Seller.- with 11 each, and Con Er-
rico w itli 10.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
N'i 1 tice is IIEIti:i'-\ illVEN '
til. iiiiil.-r.-inn- -I. ill
mder tin 1
I'll N \ INTERN TH N M. nl S
I i-i ".. < 'humher of Commerci I
im. nil ter anld n -
nit

Clerk of tin i'ii.
1 '"iinii. 1 loi idn
ISAAi R< 'I 'BICJt'E.Z
S \M HROSSM \N
Vli'i'i'i: I.KVINK
Attorney for Applicant*
sir. Ingraham Bldg


,".l
NOTICC I'NOFR
PICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
KOTHttE IS HERKin IllVEN 11 I
tin underyiuni'd, denlilnv lo ens
i.n-'ii. -- under the
si:\ i:i:n inscrance mhwi
:", N E. lTth Street s
ti. regUter I naini M ihi c'
.,!' I'' 1 1 '"111 1 ..i 1 1. (' 1 ..
1 !' '
M s 1: VT< >N \--- 'i VTI IS INC
.1 Flu C
1 !".-":-.'' : 1
'!i
"II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 64C 12053
1 THE WII.LI VMSIIl Ci.ll SA\ INHS
I HANK,
Plali '
1 -
ii ISKPH 11 vi' VMS. el iv 1 1 al,
11. fend in'-
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'l I'.i-.-1 -111 M M........ a ulngle 11 -ni-
aii. Resilience I'nknown, and ii
remarried, hei unknown apo
if li\inn. ..: 1 II .1. .nl. her uiikni.il 1
lielra, devlheea, legateea, ptranteea, ..-
hlgnet'8, lieliora, 1 Ueteee, creditorn "i
other 1 1..in:.,ni- claiming, b> through,
under "' -i-.in.-i an) of the above
named defendant* "Im are deceaeed.
Von are hereb) notified Hiai the
above cautioned action has been In-
-titnt.-il agalnal you In the Circull
Court "I life Eleventh Judicial Circull
i.i Florida in and fm Dade County to
forei lone n mortgage upon the follow-
ing d..-. rili.d i-i.1! propert) :
I...I SO 111... k ;.T FIRST ADWTIOS
ii' r.viii'l, city Accorulna t" ti"
l'lat thereof, recorded In llal Hook
611 at Page i:< "i the Public Record*
of Hadi- 1 lount). Floridu
You ar- reuiiiieil t,. fill' a r.-i'-.n-
alve pleading t" plalntlfP* complaint
with ih. Clerk nf the atoreaatd Couri
and nerve u cop) thereol upon plalnt-
atlorni 1 MAR riN FiNK, Ha Ii
l edei al Bull ling, Miami, Kloi Ida
not I..til 11, in .1.1 nun 1 L'v 1'."'
1 1 : -..ni, -,. ii iii |.. euti red
IIATKI 1 '. nil r 17,
LEA I'll: ':Ni \n
1 1 r the Circuit Court
B> 1' COPEL.VND
ilARTIN
NOTITF |i\OER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V TICE IS HEREBY IllVEN 'h..t
buainea naler the *
-th. nndi -i-ii. 1 di 1 in
\"IK 1 Ni; vi' \ RTM I 'NT- ni
Ti1'. "nth s ... t In the city VI
Bi li. I' orid.i Inti ml- ._--'
aid name nith the Cli nf the 1
i-uit Court "i i'ii- i'.'i.'i. r,..ri.i.i
1 'ate.l ill Miami, FIi rlda, Ith
1I.11 "' I..1111.i'i I'"'-"
V'IKIN'.; RE M TV COMPANY
scilnNi'i III* I'd PMAN
Alli.l 11. 1 \
.'.I'.. Mi-, 1 m II
Miami. Klorida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64604. 4
RE Eat
MANTEL W EINIICRHER
I', -..-.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml 1 Teil.....- and Ml I ; M ,1 -
1 ., Ml- I '. Ui., t|.l- \ _.il' -1 s., I
E-l.it.
Y..11 an hereb) not
qllll ,1 I,. |.n -i-lll nil)
in.in.I- ii In. Ii 1
tin lati .a Man i-l V
ceimed l.iti id Kadi
I.. 1 In 1 'mini 1 lit ii 1
.,n,l flu the -.1 in. in il iiml aa
. in ..

1 Flor-
ida althln six i-aleiiil......
the time 1
..i or Hi. .-..".
M till
1 '
F II IVEINHKRiiER
A- I \. .
First publication ol tl
IN
To
ing
Ih di
III >U A HI II
Attorm
vim i'.i-. .1111
Miami I
,i .Ian
1111:.-
1 \. .it..
lllvd

I

1.. Mia


.. .
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*fct f9r solicits your legal notice*
W* appreciate your
patronage and g accurate service ol ioqa
rates .
IHnl FII :i-HMNi
'or meBieiiaer *^re1r
**


Page 12-C
+Je*ist flcridtfor
Fiiday. fcmu
N\.. because I
thought it was
part of my
religious obligation.
//
"...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."

...well,
my wife
is sort of
helpless about
something
like that."
"...because
I didn't
want my
wife to
have the
burden."
"I handle the business
in my family."
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John Serbin Will Chair Residents 11 ini1 -.I • Chair Residents "Jewisli Floridian D ivision for CJA ^ %  ^ 1 957 general campaign chainnar Miar:_ Florida. Friday. January 15. 1965 Lot! :• riqht a! a cabinet meeting of the CornServices Division of Combined Jewish Appeal are Habbi Shimon Azulay, Louis Sch•i. Marvin Bostin. Division Chairman Edv.::u Cohen, Ellis Robins, Arthur Zweigen thai and Dr. Michael Goodman. Inaugural gathering of the division will take place on Wdn^sHov, Jan. 27, in the Day Care Room of the Jewish Home for the Aged. 1957 general campaign chairman ~ _, of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Section C llld ., nu m | )( r of the 1965 CJA Campaign Cabinet, has accepted the chairmanship of the Residents Division, it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign chairman. A member ol the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, leading D a d e County business and civic leader, and former vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Serbin will serve as chairman for the participation of residents in verj area ol Dade County in the 1965 campaign. In this position, in which he also served in the 1964 drive, Serbin will be in charge of special programs and events for the mar.y residents of high rise apartments on Miami Beach, as well as for home owners in that area. JOHN SWBIN that the residents of our commu nit) have •> special share In this program because ol the nine loca agencies supported by our annua Residents of Coral Gables, the drive, which serves ever} a* southwest and Northeast, will also group '" h <' t*mOea of out com Communal Services Division Organizes Announcement th:it Edward Cohen, administrative director of Temple Israel, will again serve as chairman of the Communal Service* Division, was made by Dr Irving Lehrman. chairman of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, following a planning meeting of the Communal Services (' a m p a i g n i .itunet. As chairman of the division for several years. Cohen announced Westview Moves Federation Day Ahead to Feb. 4 BIHAftD ROSINBIATT WORSHIPfUl MASUR Hibiscus Lodge Installation Held Bern Rosenblatt was in stalled worshipful master at Installation ceremonies of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge at the Hibiscus Auditorium. 925 Alton Rd on Tuesday <". ening. Otbei officers installed were Emanuel Lorber. senior warden; s.nfor'. Hildebrandt, junior warden; past master and treasurer. Morris Rabinowitt; and secretary. Dr. Murray Smith. Brandeis District Meeting Monday l-;i. Donen. president of the Brandt is Zionist District, has an nounced That a general meeting of the district featured a noted lecturer and a current collection of new Isrt el color slides. The r .cling, open to the public. took place on Monday evening. 8 P m at Xormandj Isle branch ot Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association. Guest speaker was Dr. Sigmund Fogler. retired principal of the New York City public school system. Accordir.i to Max Raskin, program chairman of the district. Dr. Fogler discussed "Zionism and the Messiah." An open discussion followed. Alb< rt Gardner, who has recent ly returned from a special study tour ol Israel, and who is noted for his current collect. on oi color slides depleting main facets of the Hoi) I. id, showed ing the discussion Assisting Donen and Raskin on the arrangements were Meyer Sie pel. Mini, ice Zaretsk) Abe Frank, Morris Minov. Dr. Ben Zuckerbraun. Dr. Herman Ausubel. Ezra Einepold and Gil Rappaport, di Announcement that the date ol the third annual Westview Country Club-Greater Miami Jewish Federation Day has been resched-, uled to Thursday. Feb. 4. was made this week by Dr. Norman S. Jaffe. The change from the previously announced date oi Jan. tl was found necessary to as old a con flict between members of the club who Wish to attend Federation Day and those who are supporters ol the Opera Guild." Dr Jaffe stated. "This year, the membership of Westview Country Cub is isuing the invitation and will sponsor the day's activities. For that reason, we wanted to avoid a conflict and make it possible tor every member to share with his club in support of CJA and Federation, our community's leading philanthropy," the chairman declared. Dr. Jaffe, who served as chairman of the previous Westview Country Club event on behalf of the Federation agencies both at home and abroad, announced that three leading members of the club will serve as co-chairmen. They are Fmest Janis. David P. Cats man and Herbert Login. janis is treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a past Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman. Catsman is secretary of the Federation and prominent in Lawyers Division activity on behalf of CJA. Login has been a leader in Restaurant Group campaigns on behalf of Federation. that his unit has expanded rapidly both in the number of contributions made to CJA and in increased support of its 41 affiliated agencies. "We can be very proud of a record that shows our division raised over $26,000 in 1964, a substantial increase from a figure of $18,000 raised in 1962." Cohen announced that the newlyformed campaign cabinet is comprised of Louis Schwartzman, ex-1 eCUtlve director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, whose responsibility v. ill involve Hebrew Schools, Sunday Schools. Private Schools, and also Keren Ami programs at Religious Schools; Ellis Robins, administrative di rector of Temple Beth Am. whose responsibility will be the executive and office personnel of temples in Greater Miami; Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service, whose responsibility will be the executives and office personnel of the national affiliated agencies of Federation offices; Arthur Zwcigcnthal. counselor ol Riverside Me mortal Chapels, whose responsibilities will be nursing and convalescent homes and funeral parlors; Dr. Edward J. Fox. of the University of Miami, who will be responsible for university personnel: Emanuel Tropp. assistant executive director of the Y.M and YWIIA. who will head youth organizations of the "Y." and temple youth groups; Sam Farber. comptroller of Mount Sinai Hospital, who will be responsible for the executives and i personnel of all local Federation agencies. be invited to take part in planning a program for the Residents Division in support of the one annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign for 41 agencies. In addition to serving as general campaign chairman of the 1957 CJA. Serbin has served as chair man of the CJA Business and Pro fessional Division, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration and a member of its Board of Governors, past president of the Westview Country Club, and cochairman of the i960 CJA Leadership Dinner. "1 am extremely proud to join Rabbi Lehrman and the leaders of Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal in this important enterprice." Serbin declared. "I know munity. "These agencies provide charitable and philanthropic help when needed, and also serve all members of our community by offering better medical care, a home where our aged can be treated with dignity and respect in their golden years, a nursery school where our children can receive excellent schooling and a reminder of their Jewish heritage, and many other important agencies. These include the Bureau ot Jewish Education, which amnn. its programs is charged with train ing Of teachers to meet the high standards for our community's Religious School program." Wolf son to Head Heart Campaign Louis Wolfson II. one of the nation's leading broadcasting executives, has been named 1965 Heart Fund campaign chairman. The announcement was made by Michael O. O'Neil. chairman of the board of the Heart Association ol Greater Miami. The month-long Heart Fund campaign begins here and throughout the nation on Feb. 1. and will reach its high point on the weekend of Thursday. Feb. 18. through Sunday. Feb. 21 A native Miamian. Wolfson, senior vice president of Wometco Enterprises, Inc., is in charge of the company's television and radio operations at WTVJ-TV Miami. He entered the political field in 1963 and was elected to the Florida House of Representatives. He was successful in 1964 and reflected to represent Dade County. Wolfson was educated at GrinI nell College and graduated from the University of Miami in 1952 He is married to the former Lym Rabin, ot Miami, and lives in Mi ami Beach with their three chil dren. Louis III, age 11. Lynda Louise 12, and Frances Jo 4 He is a member of the Board i i Governors. Miami Beach Cham ber of Commerce; director. Mian i Be a c h Taxpayer's Association founder. American Institute Oi Management and the Southern In StitUte ol Management; and Stan dard Club of Miami; Civic League ol Miami Beach. He is also a mem ber of the Navy League; TV Pio neers, chairman of the Miam Beach Civic Affairs Committee Footlighter's Club, the Florida A> sociation of Broadcasters and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Temple Sinai Brotherhood On Sunday. ?t 9 a.m.. Tempi. Sinai Brotherhood held a paw. up breakfast meeting at Howard Johnson's Restaurant on Blscaym Blvd. at NF. 123rd St. Panel Views Religion Today ••Is Relig'ofl i osing the Battl* ,fnr Man's Faith?" was discussed %  I a meeting ol th" People Speak Forum on Friday. s n.m.. in Wellington Federal Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave Speakers included Rev, John Papandrew, Unitarian minister; Max Karl, executive director, National Conference Of Christians and Jews here; and Chaim Rose, moderator. Question period followed. Youth Group of the Circulo Cubo.no Hebrew de Miami elects officers. Front row (left to right) are Jane Abusewitz. secretary; Teddy Chyzyk. piesident; Enrique Kalusin, president of the Hebrew Circle, sponsoring organization; Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. spiritual leader of the congregation,Eva Feldenkrais.. treasurer. S> ing (lef to right) ar< Jack Rosenberq Max Sawicke, director; Matilde Cast' Treasurer; Aron Mannis, vice presj/ Luis Stabinski. executvie director/ \ i



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i>*wg;';;5.7-. ?aqe 6-B kwlst rkrkffnn Friday, January 15, 1$ 22 Michigan Ave Miss Bass is the granddaughter %  tinlate Rabbi and Mrs. AbraM I'.asol New York. Miami each, and Jerusalem, Israel, and Mis. Jacob Wells and the late acoh Wells, ol Charleston. \V. Va. i Porush ithe grandson I>I Mrs Jacob Shnaii Chit.. • J rusalem. The prospective bride is a grad: v mi Senior High School st idenl al the Universitj here she majored in i is .1 member <>t .i< Ita, Delta Theta P \ Epsilon. Gamma Si| Honor Council. The groom-to-be was ordained at l e Hebn w Theological Coliei i hit ago, tvhere he also received e i gree i Bachelor of Hebrew ..ii> attire lie is a graduate <>t osevelt University, where he his BS degree in chemistrj Rabbi Porush served lor the -• iv years as principal ol Lincoinwood Jewish ConKieuation religious schools in Lincoinwood. HI. He is present!) teaching at the 5 esivta High School here A late summer wedding i.ii ned DSVESA DfB.VIS Rabbi Richter Devera Dernis Engagement Told Jacobs. Braun To be Married In Wedding Rites Announcement has bean made ot the engagement ol June Carol Jacobs ami Mepiier. Jay Braun by the future barlda's parents. Mr. and MrJoins Jacobs, %t> sw inth >t.. and Loch Sheldrake. \ V The bridegrooaa-alecl i> the s;n >t Mr. and MiAlexander Braun, Mronx. \ Y Misi Jacobs will receive a BS %  ii'^ree in June from the Cimeisity ol Miami, where she is an Orange Kea Honorary, literary and managing editor ol Temple Magazine Sh< serves avice president ol l M Chemical Club, student affiliate oi American Chemical Society, and ia member ol Delta Si I': Rosebud Her fiance has a BB \ degree from 'ill '.\ rrsitj %  i Mi, .mi and plans In do graduate nork in New V'oi k lie ia meml er ol Delta Sij na Pi, professional fraternity, and sencd abusiness man; oi 'l.'H| ;• l Miami Hurrici EnRaBoment of Mary Kllen Satin to Dr. Robert II. Schwab is announced here. The bride-elect, who lives in New York, is the' daughter of Mrs. Anne Satin. 4301 Royal Palm Ave, Miami Beach, and the late Mr. Seymour Satin. The uroom-to-be, of I'hiladel phia. is the son of Mrs. Fannie Sihwab. Wwinefield. l'a and the late Mr. Joseph Schwab. Miss Satin is a graduate' of Miami Beach High School, and in 1964 graduated cum laude from the Whaiton School of the I'niversitv of Pennsylvania, she is a membar of Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority, and Beta Gamma Sigma and Pi Gamma Mo, honorarles Presently, she is an administrative aide in the Personal 'lYust Department of the chase Manhattan Bank in New York. Dr. Schwab is a graduate ol Overbrook High School in Philadelphia, and graduated cum i, Irom Temple University. i n he graduated with distinction: Jefferson Medical College, w^ he was a member ol Alpha Omw' Alpha and 1'hi Delta Epsilon j also won the Mosby Prize tinguisbed scholarship He interned at PhUad eral Hospital and took his dency at the Jeitarsoi College Hospital. He rei lellowship from the Nal stitute of Health and tool eal traineeaMfi in eardii Georgetown Unlveaaity, Presently, he practice, i %  _> in Philadelphia, and sistant in medicine at thi -on Medical College Hasi at the Philadelphia GeOi pital An Apnl wedding is ] and the i OUpla plan U> Philadelphia al 2601 Pal Mi Jack Dernis, 650 LEON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN YAI MIEYILLi: ON STAGE IN PERSON BIGGEST SHOW BARGAIN IN TOWN %  INli.NG • MUSIC • COMEDY 6 STAR ACTS ALBERT MYARA lr-tern.it or-.il Opera Star DANIEL & DIMITRI Is^ae'i Musical Dio SCHACHTER & STEIN New Comedy AND OTHERS ON SCREEN "DER PURIMSRitlER" •235 WASHINGTON AVE. Matinee Evening 86th SI announce the engagement ,i thendaughter Devera, to Rabbi Harold Kichter. ot Miami. The brida-tO-be attended the Hebrew tcadeOIS Ol Creator Miami. graduated from Miami Beach High School, attended st Petersburg Junior College and ipresently a student at the University Ol Miami. Rabbi Kichter studied at the Hebrew Theological College "f Chicago, Herzl College of Chicago, E in m a n u e 1 College, Berrien Springs, Mich and the University of Miami. ordained at the Mesifta Tor ah Vodaatb in Brooklyn, N. Y he is the son ol Mrs. Morns Richter, ol Miami P.eai h. and the lati Mr Richter. Kahiii Richter is present!) spiritual leader oi Cot ion I'.'nai iael in Miami, where the w ill be held on Mai Graphologist to be Speaker Tuesc GEAT TALENTS UMTI M A NEW J" TRIUMPH 1 Joseph E. Sophia L S. Loren Mastroianni Vittorio De Sica's Marriage Italian Style TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE 09 BY MAtl! box office open 10:30 to 9 30 '•AUDREY HEPBURN-* REX HARRISON. ** H* T(CHNlCOlMSUPC>'AN*VlSlO'l*rO F0M S[ l0S H LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD M:AM. BE ACH n 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SAIE AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI &f DOG RACING (fll'Hl/MI Jl 1-0348 Julie Andrews Dick Van Dyke David Tomlinson Glynis Johns TECHNICOLOR" V" STEREOPHONIC SOUND Co S u-'-d H jrmione BAODELEY DinDOTRlCF U-T{* G ARBtf "%T ItsUANCHBTER mm* TfWCHtff ciM0lOW'"tay • Sorry. No Minor.



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Sage 12-A +Jrnist ncrldTsar? Friday, January 15. 1965 /Vc//CTIOII5 0( crviccs ^Jlxls C WccLcnd r< AGLDATH ISRAEL. *801 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Racti Isaac Ever. •'.. v ., •.: %  >%  •' 111I... '•:....— • AHAVAT St-'.JV CONGREGA. T ON 985 SW STUl 4,t. Orthodox. Cantor l&tael isersnner. — • ANSHE EVES. 2933 SW 19th A;p Conservative — • BETH DAVID 262 SW 3rd Ave Conservative. Cantor William W. Lip ten P i •' -v \ \ I'ruil :: ... Mr .. Mr Wul %  CANDLELIGHT7NG TIME 12 Shevat — 5:31 p.m. ir II • : \i il.-rrii St. Co*Wervntive. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. i-, Mi... %  • I" aii.i ir. i> m wrnion: R, -;.,,!,I.i. I...I.I. i>hip SatunLO %  i ., in Mini..n. '.\ ,-kl> I'"• %  till — • iEPHAROlC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan mias. Friii Sal iir I I .: .1 of II...' — • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Coni servative. 103J NE 183rd St.. M •<" Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. C.nntor Maurice Neu. v is |. in Salilmth ill nW Sons Si i I "A M.i-i' ..I l'i |iH • i .1 III >> I"' "II 'I'll' ill. r %  '. !'.....111. N • \l ., il \l Kil-M .I.VM-II Sabbath |1 Ml. Mm. -Ii.i In 3-NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall BETH EL. 500 SW 1?th Ave. OrthoCons vative. Rabbi Haio.d Richter. Dr.. So. Miami. Retonn. Rabb. ccx Rabbi Sol.-ion Sch!tf. Cantor Jack Lemer. Herbert Ba.imoard. ,-..... .• ... ,!{,., |., |.-,. : ,,. |,. W M M ,Si'll 1 lln> ; It.lll. JIWINII MUKIO iwl'%  %  • lii %  %  m Until, s. rni. .II When iln .!•• Sinn.'"tin. su i: ";• snail %  t-; ;,,i .. > rs T..;.I. 'JewSfliui.:.!.. s::t .i in Si-rimm I'm-tluii i •• %  n the Mlrafh-a In ine i l. .. %  llichl and i i illaa of lln \\ %  • k ...... — 1 %  ~ ..' • !n l :UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml __„_, _~ "-, -,M i I V ). pniptlon M Id 11.111. AMI. ISlt Washington Av-. OrthoTE M „ P ^S5 ?-f. H !.TL ? ..-,~ — • dox. R.ih'oi Dov Rozencweig. BETH ISRAEL. 7M 40th St. Ortho • cox Rdbbi Bere' Wem. -LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51tl K p.m. S.I Si %  PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeid Cantor George GoldBeig. — • I rUI i> v %  ii %  M -;• %  '•• %  i l'i. BETH JACOB 3U1-311 Washington |ti i :.i Kidman. ..-n %  Ii Axe. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice r....k. i T. \Vatilliitu.ii in.., Mini Momches. Si-nin lllttll Sfhool, T|ili "Now • — I'attcriiK in K.l .. :. .in-lln i\ill BETH KODESH. 1101 SW *?tK. Ave IH-|>ri\cd." •"•ShrtWial li-.M Modem Traditional. Rabbi Max H nd Mm. IValltr HITS I. in law i Shapi'0. Cantor Ben,ann Bin An. Ill, ii ..-!:• M i/.. Il 1... %  %  ,;., S:30 a in. < • • ..... • • • -. Mr. anil MlFT. L AUDERDALE EM ANU EL '801 TEMPLE BE TH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase II. r.liE. Anorews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. i %  Si nn : N Richard M. Leviton. Cantor David Conviser. (j ni r>iti — • — Krlilay *:l."i |i.m Si-rimm: "I'oiip, — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree I • .-i.l.nt. IV. mi. r I'linil L-I IVaci, BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. dr. Orthooox. Rabbi Alexander S. I'.m I'll, i, i. \.. r ... S.n.ir.ia> 12630 W 0ie H*y. Conservative. Gross Rabbi Rchiro Marconti. Cantor I'ri.l.. ur 11:13 a.ni liar Mltzvah: lav|i] -..ii ..i Mr. and Mrs. l: • .1 Slid l.iWOOD. 1351 S. Mth Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. I ..!.... s;l.i jin. >i.ln..il l;nl.il-in .in.l iln \\ ar uii I'ovvi l>." — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Re.onsti nctionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Harman Gottlieb. — o TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. ",725 Monroe at. Conservative. R.ibbi Moil.ni Malavsky. Cantor Ernest BtOinor, I SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BESHALAH The waters of the Red Sea divide to make ;. path : >r the Israelites. •And the children of Israel went into the micHt of the tea upon the dry ground: and the waten were a wall unto them on thcitafight hand, and on their Ii ft" txod 14:22) Wfcfiaiehtat-Teviivl oi w fililMftlWfthf *aaVlt fiitsht encounter on the duvet route to Canaan through the land >f the Philistines, God sent the newly freed slaves b> wa> of the lesert near the Red Sea. As they |ourneyed. they wen pnd< I by a pillar 01 cloud l>\ day and a pillar of fire bj nighl The Israelites had left Egypt presumably • worshii their God in the desert, when Pharaoh learned thai thi children of I i.iei would not return to Egypt, he pursued them to the banks of the Red Sea at the head of an army of chosen troops But a miracle occurred: the children ol Israel were abl, to pass I ftween the waves of the Red Sea that divided before them ar.. stood upright like columns. The Egyptian hosts plunging into the Red Sea after them were all drowned. At this sight, the children of Israel ang %  song Of praise to Cod. On their jeiirney through the desert, the children of Israel were sustained by manna Ire heaver water issued from a roek for them at the bidding of God Thi \male kites did battle with the Israelites, but were defeated by ihua. the son of Nun. anil his men. This rteoonting of fha Weekly Portion of the Law i$ extracted and bated upon "The Graphic Hisfory of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wiliiim It., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the voiume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT in Seymour H.nkes. %  ... .i ..-.: II • ... -. i v • %  i\ Juilll ... a %  BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd Ave. OrtncxJoa. Raiph Krieger. seesi'y. e %  CM TFILAH. 9J5 Euclid Ave Ortncoox. RaObi Joseph E. R.ico.sKy — • BETH TORAH 'c-itiSt and NE 11th Ave. Constrv.itive. Rabbi Max L.ps.-.ti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-.-n. I-. > II." • %  i .1 Ml • lOLLYWOOO TrMPLE 5 NAI. 1201 Johnson st. Const rvative. Rahb. David Shapiro. Cantor Yehucah Heiibraun. — • HOMESTEAD JEW.SH CENTER 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. — e SRAELITE CthiTER. J179 SW 2Mh St. Conservative. Rabbi Sbmaryahu T. SwirsKy. Cantor Louis vonrn :... i... |i.nl %  W %  \ My lira I:....i ..-. M.itknJ I mill Mi> S T IrsKj -'..• ; .i in St. i ..-ii: i %  .11 .. ..... — • —. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. 6tern. Poale Zion Branch Meeting e Zion, Chaim Gre< n H rg h am h oi Gr ;i;er Miami, will i •: Thursday evening, Jan 21 s n .it I ie Farband Cult Ci on Ave. iVilensky, presidenl nduct I siness si ssion of the n eetii of Philip Segal, JHEV ?MAL 2 M n „. N :' J 'Yi, v .-the 26th Zionist • •..:-: entl> held in J — • hour will follow-. ;OITHWEST CENTER MJB • TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. '6800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Caitor Aoraham Reiseman. i' iluj 11 S*-i'iu.*ii: \i. .1. w i^li tt'iil .il %  ... i lilt, n."' .-.ii II .1.... :• ".'• .i in, e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. cantor Zvi Adler. ir.n |. in. i 'ui|iii icut'Bt, RH %  i All. li Itilti llik, .In i %  i"i. S..u; i itt'Kiun ill i nli<.! -. %  HKI r .\ .. Sol III dnj -.i i in Si I nmil Thi Huk v l'..| i' Villa 'i K • mil l i, --"ii "i .Mi. \ii % %  • TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 NE 19th St. ; Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. : • i.ni .%  mini • Thi i '.i Iliililil in !•. trull Jewish Survival is Based On Spirit of Independence By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ Temple Ner Tan-iid QUESTION: "Is there any hope for the establishment of a central authoritative body of rabbis comparable to the Sanhe drin in our day?" n-to. N o Peldman i li I litj Ol anything con 0 ,: II it ion. n o matter h o re lc it mi li t Ri isti c a 11 y A TASTE OF HEBREW 10 A Waakly Column for Beginners ltaeat*a hy THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE >sf (he AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH 1 early II. our historj trait which charrcterizes the Ji :.• this lay. and which lies al :"<>! our national faults, s v iindred thousand dull men had not the i) irae to defend themselves against their Egyptian oppress rs, b to the authority <>f Moses, not %  te would -ulimit. Kor such a people, no liuni.ui authority is and bj ol thi Fi r %  there i i no otin ly. Such a • %  'lull it ild not bi • • ble to other facti.ns ippose ii.. theio TEVPLE T F-.HETH JACOB. 9S' E 4tn Ave. Hiatean Conservative. • TEMPLE ZA-.lQRA -4 Zamorl Ave Com.ryjliv-. Pihb. Mfrsiicl B'lOks Cflnlor Ben Dirkson. |i.ll • %  %  l I • I i. ill. S n %  • TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rsbbi A (red WJX man. hrlil.ii > III XI r!l. --. -'. i k In Sal li.ii\ln/.\. Ki'iini nnI Mi M. |\|n n • TIFERETH ISRAEL 6S00 N. Mia.v, Ave Consei vative. Rabb. Henr. Wernick. i I %  111. Si ill i I • %  W. %  klj !• %  rilon W.NG ISHALiL. "0 NE -".I Si Ort'iodOk. Rauhi Sheiw-n st.i.ibr r \. %  %  ...... %  '. | 1>R MAX i IPS I .. M %  '• fil. into a man. is life there is h pe w • kno to .. pr nee and e over ua %  hal the futui ay bri At.d Appoints Two to Board At.il. col.eec age organization. ; ml i> Junior I'SY \i.it Beth United Synagogue o| America has Torah Congregal iv.1,1.,1 appointed two from Dade Count) Rabbi Allei ik .lirector to serve on its international Ex „| Atid activities in 'he southeast ecutive Board for the coming Region under bis auspices as diyear. The announcement was made rector of yout! tiviUea, Southat the fifth annual (International P al Region, L'niti 5yn jogue of Convention in Washington, 1> t America t week. Marshall Baltuch, Miami BOOk RCVJCWS Beach who \v 111 serve his fourth ;. ar on the Exe utii e Bo< rd a elected to head Atid's fifih anni rM '" ;| bool reviews, celeht m Baltuch >cr\ p nsored jo the Sisterhood %  .I as the charter national first and PTA ol Tti pie Emanu-EI, vice president, membership and .' ; be held lay, Jan. expansion, and P %  i '". Mrs Philip ... d \ii^. man He a i hartet mi n rd Gru h i< n, an".• %  th Torah Atid in North Mian '' %  % % %  "•'' %  : .;y l 7' 1 .' sV Dr Irvi i. n I review I Beth l %  % %  '• Femi I IU El :i. .., : ,., he • '"' first session. ries t three Newli %  %  • %  [ni "i l ""' k rei iews by Dr Lehi • .HI il Pxei • %  Bn ird i Theo ; id Mar. I i. "' ••. %  v 'M V. ill % %  • i I" '" 0 l'i the nn hin an • • Dai N'orth Branch • in r7th St. %  ktid rh-i-ii"-DH kens in< i ll ba i ihr i • fhont (he South Sebn M lu | l"'"' "'' %  "' lervaUons .• accepting presidenl ol Meth Torah And ed at the Tei At Emanu-EI



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liday, January 15, 1965 +Jewi$ti thr Mian Paqe 12-B IF Council lans Seudah; lates Program %  ewish National Fund Council Greater Miami will meet next idnesday, 8 p.m.. in the Voltaire k (> m of the Fontsinebleau H Israeli film in col r will H' shown. iond-EII Has ilew Loccrticn iwnei ind operator of I. her < ati < has u p I the i : ablishment's new i on t 1216 Normandj Dr ithcr innovation available, in idition to servicing weddings, lar Mitzvahs and other social and Irganization functions, Sand-Ell osher Caterers has instituted a i i \ ice for hotels and individuals |l hot and cold hors d'oeuvrea on whoesalc and retail basis, in adlit ion to takeout edibles—ST. BINDER-BALDWIN you missed BUY or RENT In IOIUN'S competitive world VOIingSteri nerd thai extra something that build's poise, i.>i>f\di;iu"c and stability. Wb.it better way than the litc-lonn lu-hhy of punn pla\ ini;! Learning is simplified and fun and it's fatter with a quality piano. For the finest in response, in lone, ana in appearance there i nothing like the complete Baldwin line of spinet, conaold studio, and K r and pianos. Ask any teacher then Come tO see us. HM.IA\ I fcJ 'At little as $9.50 per Month to year-round So. Fla. residents BINDER-BALDWIN 1845 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 1-8661 Open Won.. Thurs., Fri. Eves, "til 9 P.M. FREE PARKING Academy PTA To Hear Noted N.Y. Educator RABBI SiKtl WUH Tetnpla Sinai Dinner on Wednesday evening the Eire %  | ood of Ti Sinai will ,i fat .i r and child dinner and en tertainmenl program. Hebrew Academy Parent Teachers' Association is initiating a M rics oi lectures which will be open to parents, members of the Academy and the entire community. Mrs. Samuel Kosner, president. announced this week First lecture will be delivered l>\ Dr. Abraham J. Tannenbatim, psychologist, educator and author, on Tuesday evening, 8:3(1 p m.. in the school auditorium. Topic will be "Is There an Adolescent Revolution?" Dr. Tannenbaum is presently coordinator of education and mobiliiation for youth delinquency control project in New Ycrk, and also associate dean of the Graduate School of Education of Yeshiva University. He will be introckced by Dr. Samuel Ersoff, rrofessor of education at the University of Miami, who is consultant to the Hebrew Academy Girls Senior High School and a member of the schco"s Board of Education. DR. ABRAHAM TAN.iENDAUrVI i:.il i v, xander S G --. prinittp; i Hebi ew Academy. will chair the evening Question answer period will follow the !<'< tore. Dr. Tannenbaum was slate i linator Of education for the gilt-d in the State Education Depart nen'. Albany*N.Y., and-orfanizo special pro-rams for the gifted in pain New York Citj p u b I i i schools His latest book, "Adoles cent Altitudes Toward Academic Brilliance," received wide atten tion in New York. Di Tannenbaum's articles have appeared in such magazines a "Progressive Education," "Educa %  i Lea lership," "Educal ion the Gil ed Sixth Mental Yearbook," and Iht "Built tin ol the National Asso 5i ondarj Sch il Pri pals !.'. ; i iiross said that from i p in a "Back to St it" v. ill take plat • %  for all p Meet s win be held in in lual classi • heir proj ress for the • Open Mor., Thurs I ''A trusted name in music" %  >• %  Eves. A PROGRESS OF 207 BUSINESS DAYS Since March 16,1964 JEFFERSON **•* NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 301 -41st Street (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) at Pinetree Driva STATEMENT OF CONDITION-DECEMBER 3t, 1964 ASSETS. •LIABILITIES* $1,650,673.50 l.OlO.OCQ.CO $ 2,417,518.19 U. S. Government Bonds 2,660,673.50 7,722,251.54 27,000.00 147,858.61 Customers' I ability Letter of Credit 13,628.00 176,210.71 $12,098,130.36 13,628.00 TOTAL ASSETS $13,165,140.55 Deposits • Letters of Credit Accrued Interest and Other Labilities 111.6/7.48 TOTAL • $12,223,435.84Capital Stock $ 500,000.00 Surplus 400,000.00 Undivided Profits 41,704.71 TOTAL CAPITAL ^ $ 941.704.71 TOTAL LIABILITIES $13,165,140.55 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Stewart L. Kchrt), %  """ I .Committee ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS „av,d R. B....I, imn, Cyprn D...d Fen.or, Ben tiller Lou Harn, George W. Hirser, Godfrey Per.,, Regular Business Hours 9 30 AM 2 00 PM Daily (Drive-in tellers 800AM-4.00 PM) FREE PARKING ME FED Ufll 4FEDIRAL RESERVE SYSTEM 1TRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. qAf* LOANS LOW AS 474% D€AL DIRECT For The Money You Need, New Or Used Cars. 14.25 per JlOOper -ear JEfferson 2-6451 OFFICERS: Arthur H. Courshon Chairman ol the Board Jack O Gordon Chairman ot the Executive Commutes Thomas E. Mottola President ). W Carter Cashier Jack Brunton Charles H. AleoctC \ %  li nt Trust Oflcer Loins J. Orloff Barton S Goldberg \ President Assistant Trust Orftcef D. Jerry Sail Gloria A. Lemmei Vice President Assistant Cashier


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v 15, 1965 +Jewlst< He rid in r Paqe 13-A < %  OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Alexander Gross the Hebrew Academy education is the inht ">i every American and it is the responcry citizen of the Jew. ity to provide such cde basic belief of Rabbi S. Gross, the Greater rew Academy principal t fourteen years, who i; his lite work to realMi. |f0-1945, he held rabbinic Astoria. L. I.; DenWa5hington Heights, %  Paterson, N .1 before ccepting ]'"-• I'M.-, with Torah Uku-orah. an organization Temp e Israel Hello Springtime* Tempi* Sisterhood will ay "Hall 1 Spring! ::ne" on Wed lesday w -i onor lui Affair v :i! take place at the Car Ion Hot' "•• < :• I % %  i an < ;.-< oom, *.• %  !: i'\ i; % %  I .,hairman lan. Ca-i %  mar Ticktfc inlormation max be btained lemMkilia Card Party Greater Miami Hemophilia. \li miBea< %  haptei ill have a incheoil rul ur' !>..rt\ at the *l Aire ll-'el o.. Thursday, Jan l. at 12 dedicated to the establishment of day schools throughout the United States. lie served Torah I'mesorah as its education director through 1949, and then was called to Israel by Ozar Hatorah, a Setardic educational group, to help in the founding of religious schools. Mis parent-, dissatisfied with the educational facilities in his hometown of Scranton, Pa., sent him to Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta in Brooklyn, N. Y. at the age ol nine, where he received his elementary, high school education and rabbinic training Ordained in 1940. Rabbi Gross also holds a BA 'egree from Teacher'College, Columbia University, and a Muterin education Iroin the I tuvei riitj Ol Miami Dunn, hi-tint with Torah I'mesorah, Rabbi Gross was reponsible for the establishment of 2 elementary Hebrew day schools throughoul the United state-, including the Hebrew Academj in 1949 lie accepted the principal -i.ip o| the Academ> in August, and has served in thai ca pncil) since Working closelj with lay lead T-. Rabbi Gross has nurtured the Academy's growth from a handful ol children from kindergarten through loth gra le A fleel ot eight buses transfers -Indents from everv section ol Greater Miami and Broward lo the ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE tine of Religious Articles ''ad Israeli Art Products UW SIUCTION Of TAltSIM, fflUM AND rAMULKAS Special Attention to I lor Mitivah Outfits 3. D C 3HCN Mt Washington Ae. JE 2-2210 %  REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Miami's largest & Oldest $epa% House lor S,naqoguPS Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wmkoletalt A Retail ISMAtU ClfJS i'.D NOVilTltS 417 Washington A... JE 19017 Miwni Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI %  "><' -T ,c, FTS Hebrew* Helioious Supphpi for •ynaeoguti -. \ >• %  •• taat WA-. Miami Be.i.n JE 8 3840 AMERICAN ISRAELI O taiGIOUS STORE & ALL latjLlCIOtJS ARTICLES •CHO 1SS7 WASHINGTON AVE. Jl 1-7722 S. Schwarti £ LAKESIDE MEMOIthl PARK \ \ AND IGAIKN MUSOIrlM "THE 1DUTH 5 MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' \ N.W. MHl ST at 103rd AVE. I 5-1689 Israelis Fire on Canadian Plane TEL AVIV—(JTA)—The Israeli Italy to a UNEF base in the S Government reported to the I'mand "was apparently unable to ted NationTruce Supervision Or find itdestination, due to bad eanization Monday that Israeli jet weather" lighters intercepted an unldenti— lied plane between tbe (iaza Strip RABBI ALtXANDIR GROSS Academy's new milliondollar structure at 2400 Pine Tree Dr More than 7."> percent ol the students at lending the Academy are recipu nto| either a partial or lull scholarship The Academj is the onlj Hebrew lay school in the southeastern region ol the United state.which op erat a nursery, kindergarten, and ;i complete elemental) and junior huh department Under Rabbi Gross' direction, the \cadem\ recently opened a senior high school tor girls, starting with the loth grade. An llth grade is planned I r 1965 and a 12th grade in i ;w;*i lie ia founder and associate editor oi the Jewish Parent Magazine published ly the National Association Ol ilebrou Da\ School PTA's. He lives with his wile. Shir ley, ..'id five children at 3342 Flamingo Di Miami Be ich and Ashkelon, and tired several naming shots at the crait without attempting to hit it. The action occurred Friday niyht "in extremely bad weather," the report stated. The Israeli interceptors did not fire until alter attempting to have the plane identity itself, but receiving no reply. Later, it was revealed by the Army -poke-man here, it was found that the plane was a Canadian ship, in Use BS a transport by the United NationEmergency Force. The Canadian plane, it was said, was flying from itstaging area in GORDON UNVEILING TliiOM \< I .• HAROLD M. COR00N Sunday, Jan. 17, at 1 p.m. M \ v\ 11 %  • \ I. • PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish atonwmeet failders" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAT, JAN. 17, 1965 Visla Cemetery DR. MILTON SIEGFRIED, 12 Noon Alt. Sinai Cemetery HARRY TELLER 2 pm. Alt. Nebo Cemetery CEL1A KURLAND 2 p.m. VI y THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A on tb %  < statute of limitations. indeed, aAmbassador KnappStein seeit. the erdy limitation to the entire question is the Soviet occupied zone of Germany, which ma> have some cases "I Nazi criminals in its files to be brought out alter Mav 8 ". not to help justice triumph, but to capitalize on it politically Somehow. I recall once before when a German official suggest ed that it was only the Soviet Union from which all evil flows. In propel perspective, there is much to be said for the point But tinofficial's name was Adoll Hitler "^ OAOI tOUL(VMM §ACH PVORIQMb SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY PROM MAIL ORDER PIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. A PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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nuary 15. 1965 < k*Ht nNrMirtn Page 15-?. LAIN E*sm r. WHEN IT COMES TO MORTGAGES for residential or commercial purposes, most Savings and Loan Associations offer similar rates. But there are differences. And at Chase the big difference is made up of many small ones. Such as the fact that we do offer the best terms on better mortgage loans—and it's a difference that can add up to a substantial amount of money over the years. There's a difference in service, too—the kind of service people go out of their way to get (although they won't have to go far, since there are six convenient Chase offices throughout South Florida), because ue go out of our way to provide it. And experience. As one of South Florida's oldest and largest S & L Associations, we have made over $275,000,000 in Conventional, FHA and VA mortgage loans over the past 30 yearsloans that have been maintained by satisfied borrowers. We know the community. We know the people. So, when you're planning to build, buy, refinance or remodel your home or business property, come in and see us. Where you get your mortgage does make a difference! STATEMENT OF CONDITION • December 31,1964 ASSETS: Cash. U. S. Government and Government Agency Bonds $ 20,036,927.58 VA & FHA Insured and Guaranteed Loans $ 27,476,803,21 Conventional Loans 115,419.483.51 142.896,286.72 Loans on Savings Accounts 413,542.81 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 1.478.000.00 Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium 739,187.09 Buildings. Equipment & Parking Lots 2.477.259.54 Real Estate Owned 336,728.97 Other Assets 454.67912 TOTAL $ 168.832,611.83 LIABILITIES: Savings Accounts $ 155,148,878.89 Loans in Process 1,963,793.01 Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes, Insurance, Etc 632.547.24 Deferred Income 548.031.21 Other Liabilities 114,927.67 Reserve for Estimated Income Tax 120,800.00 Reserves and Surplus: General and Specific Reserves % 8.302,326.08 Surplus 2,001,307.73 10,303,633.81 jOTAL $ 168,832,611.83 CHASE R E D E R A L_ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CHASE MDCNAl "For Savings, For Mortgages, For My Money It's CHASE Federal!" MAIN OFFICE: LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1100 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDING AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH DADE, N. KENDALL DRIVE AT U.S. 1 4';o CURRENT ANNUAL DIVIDEND • PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY I I



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ly, January 15, 1965 +Jtnisf> Fhrfdfan Page 5A ,4&tCongressmen Urge Move on Nazis *— f, k\. v lerman Nudelman (second bom left), honorary president of ieedom Lodge. B'nai B'rith. and a member of the Advisory Joard of the National Membership Cabinet, is shown at a lupreme Lodge Board of Governors meetinq in Washingbn. D.C.. where Label Katz (riqht). president of B'nai B'rith, presents him with a special citation lor havinq earned the fEanny" Award eiqht times. Lookinq on are (left) Philip M. Rkitznick, honorary president; and William A. Wexler. of Sarcnnah. Ga.. chairman of the National Membership Cabinet, rhe award cites Nudelman "in deep appreciation and recoqnition of his historic performance on behalf of B'nai B'ri'h's grecter strength by enrollment of a minimum of 50 new members in each of eight campaign years." Continued from Page 1-A sions into the chambers with propagandists demons trations. Nazis have been released, however, with forfeiture of 110 or $20 in collateral for each offense. Rep. Seymour Ilalpern, New York Republican, characterized as "absurdly inadequate" the measures taken to preserve the dignit] of Congress in the face of repealed provocations by the Nazis. He made known that he has received Nazi threats a n d anti-Semitic abuse from the Nazis by mail and telephone b u t that authorities failed to prosecute. He asked "why are the Nazis seemingly immune from action which would be taken against Communists or other extremist fanatics?" Rep. Tom Sneed, Okla Cooking Gloves Made Available An attractive asbestos cooking glove is being made available to leaders of he Jewish Floridian by Seitlin Insurance Co., of Miami. Th glove is a handy aide to women in the kitchen and at the stove. They may be obtained by writing to Cloves, c/o The Jewish Floridian, PO Box 2973. Miami 33101. Fla. homa Democrat, also said he thinks that Lloyd or other Nazi agitator:, annoying Congress should lie se \erelypunished. Failure of authorities in the matter was criticized also by National Commander Ralph Plofsky, of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Mr. Plofsky said that stronger security measures were indicated against fanatic extremists, deploring the release of Lloyd, "merely on forfeiture of S20 through which he avoids trial on disorderly condu:' charges." Mr. Plofsky said his organi lion would raise with "approi ate authorities" the issue ol "see in., leniency to a Nazi agitat who is permitted i" gel away u flagrant contempt ol Congress, •auit. and other violations v\. such a ridiculously inadequate i" ally." He -aid this would "enco age and tempt the Nazis to otli. more daring and violent provo tions." Tivo Forum Opens Season %  Yivo Forum, sponsored b\ the Ireater Miami Yivo Con mittee. ill open its 14th season on Satur v evening at the Farband Ccn 842 Washington Ave Miami iach. Chedulcd speaker is the Vid ,h poet and novelist. Chann ade. le will discuss "Jerusalem—Di ie City and CitJ ol Human Al |irs." Subsequent speakers throughout winter series are Vudel Mark. %  icator, philologist and editor of Great Dictionarj >>i the Yid Mi Language; M. 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Page 4-B +Jmlst> rkrldlair Friday, January 15 |J Ooc/a//f Contiued from Page 1-B Vmong members of the family who will be "ii hand lo cul the big birthdaj cake will be daughters Mrs Archie (Marion) Raife and Mrs. Benjamin 1 Lillian) Neiman, Chicago and Oak Park, HI. and Blanche Linsky, so Miami Larry and Pansj Flaum enter• n< d for Barbara and John niece and nephew. ol Port Washington, N Y Localite 1 Lewis, founder of the nas Paine Foundation, re• %  i his dedication address deed for the un\ eiling >• and gold statue of the \ nerican patriot at his birthin i in tford, Enj land in Da\ idson and Ada Greenby months Mrs Zilbert is vacationing here with her son, Leonard, and daughterin-law Rosalind, ol Mi rth Baj il ... l >ianne is ihe Zilberts' daughter Also vacaim Now York n W rs Ida I llnd'S mother, and Mrs Mae I.opselter, Rosalind's sister Golferheaven for Bernard Litman who scored a hole in one at King's Baj Yacht and Country Club recently with ins wife there to witness the feat Using a six iron, the Miami insurance executive scored lhe_a.ee ou Ui> 146-yard thint hole Completing the foursome. Mr. and Mrs Morris Mayer Rose and Eugene .1 Weiss celebrated their 4uth wedding anniversary with a dinner part) at Bill Jordan's Restaurant and Bar ol Music The popular couple. of 3 Island Ave surrounded by their children, grandchildren and many friends, -.ere serenaded with countless variations of the %  •Am %  v > Stati Lou Wolfdining with %  '. r and Mrs. Fred Atlas, ol the White House ORT Planning Tribute Luncheon >^ : ibute lunche in h< 01 the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American ORT will place Tuesdaj noon at the D< luville Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker. Mrs. Henry Gilbert, chairman of the day, and region vice presi. has announced that Myron Cohen will entertain. Among guests will be Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard with their wives, Region president, Mrs. Louis Earon. stated that "the proceeds will help to expand ORT's existing facilities and to build more ORT Vocational Training Schools -1 rely needed because of the tech nological revolution and the dislocation of the Jewish people." Reservations may be made with MrGilbert or the ORT office, 600 Lincoln Rd. Mall. /-•' Blintzes? Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Ferniis-e Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should be-a favorite in Jewish homes since '. i BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT Art Course Set At No. County 'Y' Seniors Launch Public Lectures nshine State Senior Citizens N I, affiliated with the National Council of Senior Citizens, is inirating a series of public leetn be held free on Fn 1 p.m., throughout the winter season at Agudath Israel Hebrew •iite. Ever, spiritual lead 1 :• V| lath 1 -rael. u ill presi nl • ture tinFriday on %  The 1 1 nstanl Struggle Between Youth and A. 1 Q 11 stion and an 1'.period will follow. Louis Shapiro, president of SunState Senior 1 tizens will : on current events. MRS. JOSEPH YANKH \ 1 U'll. • ... l-wei %  • • ,'ortl 14036 NE 61 \\e., %  da) evening fn n i to 10 p m., it v as announced by Mrs. David ^ ; v Yono\ IT. chairman activi ties Mrs. Yanich, a native of Detroit, studied at the University ol Mich igan, the Art Institute of Chicago and received her UFA degree at Cranbrooh Academy ol Art. She has recently exhibited her work in a premiere one-man show of the winter season at Rogue's Gallery Two. she has also exhibited in the Michigan Artist show, where she won first prize in sculpture, the Vrt 1 Ihe 1 .. Galli A variet; ol n ed a will be introduci d, including 1 harcoal ii •' • i astel, ••' ater colors, oil pail ., amic s< ulpture. Card and Games Party Mrs, George Simon, president, Jacob C ('"hen C< mmunitj Syna 0 no Sisterhood, announces the lir.-t Tu B'Shevat card and games party will be held on Tuesday, 1 p in., in the social hall of the -yn gue, 1532 Washington Ave Mrs. Nathan Sommer :chairman ol the event which 1planned to become an annual affair. MAR-PARV THE KOSHER & PARVE MARGARINE ndftiT)efeM) Containno milk or animal fat. %  Made from pure, highly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils. %  Vitamins A and D added for extra nutrition. %  Delicious, golden pure all-purpose Margarine. A last) table spread, flavorful cooking help, and baking "must". %  Mar-Parv is the perfect Margarine for every Jewish home. Hotel, at the new Chandler il taurant in Surfside were boat, with personal im itat tend the Lnaufural C-THJIO* and gala reception for I'rJj Lyndon B. Johnson in W|.y| ton. D.C, next week lucky foursome fly there oa 1 day. gathered for you Miriam R*' Do mothers, • %  ... >.• and •• 1 1 1 id four* %  that irainii 1 oah' V' .1 even Kike a cake with< 1 • W' > v. Oi, >•...bust II'. "'ma r n /.'.;. %  / for ,1 rear, had ,• %  1 %  wlit only /XMI ii h looks like .. rial with a 1on • ) on top "/ : This wi the only %  u impossible to ruin I ang> with orange and reminiscences, that • cake earns $25 foi Mi K for the Sisterhood 0 rei Abraham in 1 anion, Ma •• s v ur t ongregatntn, <•/ H I Husband is the nil hi, • hon* I, "." explains Mrs %  earnestly. "and is about 1 md for a net* and r* aui ing. Tne Sisterhood .. 1 ral I" '' land n 1 the kitchen—and Hill hi Wcall hoot eco minded workers n II %  ai > monies • c ertainly, ihe makers ol 1 o-i and ( ii.i-c .x s to lend % % %  MRS. 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%  day. January 15. 1965 v.lfnittinrriciiw Page 5-C Program to Stimulate Cultural Action NEW YORK — (JTA) — A proL'.i.im "f greatly expanded cultural activity between the American Jewish community and Israel began recently with the announcement that SI. 250.000 had been raised to initiate the newly-eaten* li-hcd Di Joseph J. Schwartz Fund Cor Leadership Training at the He.i e %  Universltj Tlie Sl.230,000 figure exceeded 25 percent the results anticipated v he i the idea of the Fund was fir si projected. Approximately ; oiio community leaders attended sponsored dinner t<> Dr. Schwartz v hn has for more than 30 years been a kej figure in the American Jewish community and is executive vice president of the ?..rael Bond Organization. tellectuals in the I'nited States and other parts of the world from drifting awaj from the mainstream ot Jewish communal and cultural association.' An answer to those questions, he asserted, wncrM he provided "ii thousand. "i our young people spent a year or more at the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem." Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brardeis University, outlined the history of the Hebrew University, which this year celebrates its -'Orh academic year. He cited the growth of the Hebrew University, which this yea has over 10,003 students on its five campuses and a faculty of 1,200. Messages of tribute to Dr. £cuwartz were received from Israel's President Zalman Shazar, Prime Minister L< \ i Cshkol an I Hebrew Unhersitj President Eli Ini A message ol tribute M %  <• a received fr im Samuel Rothberg, %  • %  ( Peoria, III chairman 'i| Board ol the American Frien Is of the llelire I 'ln\ e: Sitj W ho H inable to attend the dim cause oi Illness, f aking final arrangement for Dr. Sylvan Schwartzman's achers' Institute are (left to right) Albert Jacobson. president Temple Judea Men's Club; Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritHal leader of Temple Judea; Louis Schwartzman, director of Be Ireou of Jewish Education; and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, ^Krrr:.~: of the South Florida Federation of the Union oi American :!ebrew Congregations. i swish Educator ue at Institute On Miami Beach Si Florida I i deration ot the XTni'' ol American Hebrew Con ns and the Bureau of JewEd ication will sponsor a bcher-Training Institute for Re %  Ous School Teacher, in the eat'i' Miami area on Sunday, 17. 12:30 p m.. at Temple Beth lorn. r Sylvan Schwartzman, professor of Jewish religious education at Hebrew Inion College, Cincin%  ati i>. an outstanding authority in the field of Jewish education. Will conduct the seminars. f Handling arrangements for Dr. ichw.irtzman's appearance are Albert Jacobson. president ol the Men's Club ol Temple Judea. Rabbi Morns A. Kipper, spiritual lead er ol Temple Judea; Louis Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; and Rabbi Sani onl Seltzer, director of the South Florida Federation of Union •I American Hebrew CongregationBeth Kodeih Sisterhood Luncheon and card party for Beth Kodesh Congregation Sisterhood on Wednesday noon was sponsored bj Mesdames Celia Kowaller, Sadie Schucart and Lillian Sherman In response to the presen of the Scopus Award, which was made by Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Avraham Harman, Dr. Schwartz spoke of "the urgent need for strengthening Jewish values to stem the tide cf assimilation in a world which is hopefully shaking off the poison of anti-Semitism." Dr. Schwartz posed these questions "What will happen to the Jewish people if a release from persecution is translated into a release from all practice and identity with Judaism? What force other than Israel can he brought into play to stop many Jewish inNew German Stamp Bears Strong to i,.n Resemblance to Face of Adolph Hitler BONN— (JTA)— A new 50-pfenning -tamp, containing a drawing ol a tree so drawn as lo portray a face remarkably like that of Hitler, was enjoying a brisk sale this week in West Germany. The debt-ridden Federal Postoffice was understood to be delighted at the heavy sales it issued a statement emphasizing that the artist, otto Rohse, 39, ol Hamburg, had not intentionally di a face The P stoffice also said the •tamp would not be withdrawn. The stamp depicts .i castle tower and beside it a tree Some ol ti %  blancheform the shape u tl e lace resembling Hitler The artist insisted that he never seen Hitlerhead it th drawing, and neither did th Postoffice Vrt Commission < hit t passed the design He added thi • he had been an ordinal*} soldier in a tank di\ ision from 1934 utit 1 the end oi the war and that he was never an admirer ol the Fuehrei -On the ( ntrary. my familj were members ol the anti-Nazi Conf %  sional Church." he stressed Rabbi Gross Will Leave for Israel Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal Of the Hebrew Academy, has been selected to leave for Israel by a joint committee consisting oi noted Israeli educators and leading representatives of Torah limesorah. Torah Umesorah i> the agency in New York supervising and serving Hebrew Day Schools throughout the I'nited States. Habbi Gross will serve as a member of a limited delegation of 15 American Hebrew Day School principals designated to make a study of the programs of outstanding religious schools in various parts of Israel The delegation will also meet for orientation ami exchange of ideawith noted Israeli educators, Qood cJUusfc IS Congregants are Hosted ,M ;| letter lmm "" Joseph Kaminetsky, national director ol ibbi and Mrs Max A LipTorah Umesorah, lo Louis Met fttl.iU were host to members Ol v itzer, president ol the Hebrew .Beiii loi.iu i -legation for a dis Academy, he stated that the deleHu--ion on Jewish Values" last gation will undertake a study tour %  nnd.i\. 8:15 p.m., in their home ol the Israeli school system tor .i HI 112ti NF. ItiSth Ter., No. Miami three-week period beginning the ftrach. first week in February powerfully influential on Pictured are the colleqe students who participated in the annual Homecoming Sabba'h service at Temple Emanu-El last week. Seated are Miss Rosalind Lehrman. daughter of .Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman; Miss Rita Krachmer, daughter 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krachmer; and Dr. Lehrman. Standing [are Barry Rosenkranz. son of Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Rosenranz; and Ronald Rothstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothate in. SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood Jtac STATIONS AM-1030 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM IOS.1 MC • 16Q. OOO WATTS



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lay. January 15, 1965 +Jelst>ncr*flar? Pacje 9-B CM txrmtn dh W7 / yours, h |OW did many of \ou react to Kmilio Pucci'3 recent statelent. 'When the wearer of iavily-embroidered gowns, i>r BSC bedecked with ribbons and Iwers, starts dancing, she looks fcsitively ridiculous?" This is a Ithcr startling comment. Belt issues of both Vogue and Izaar show fashions sharply cut cither very simple and almost Ivere in line or very Huffy and lininme with ruffles and feath pr dominantly used. Mrs. Bennett Goldman agrees i;ii some gowns are overdone, at she doesn't feel that one style Ir another makes a woman "look ridiculous." Her opinion is that phcther the gown is dramatic. in ,', or elegant, it will look the same when the wearer is sitting, Handing or dancing. Pucci is the Hal an stj le setl -v \< ho feels thai M e i ">' mm li more designing hi .,i ( ith< s, win re the imag i n is sol tee." > •. i his i oach to de> |i: t. Mrs. G il %  "'. n is I to % %  %  t i look ;e Sit mal field i do n b; LJJ feoth"s ^i'.' 1 i • \. • i. : i by what i i Kor icil 1 • i ; ed thai fit e "oil erealioiis i•O say that a woman looks ; idiculoua in a hea\ ily cm h %  : ed gov i! on the d a n c c I i in the opinion ol Mrs. Rich|rd Fink, is foolish She feels 1 a crj w oman must dress for kerself, and that it is this wide liversification that keeps design in busy creating for so many personalities. The simple, ele (ant lines are her preference but she enjoys variety in her wardrobe. Agreeing with her is Mrs %  Joseph Krefetz. High style, some [times even more extreme styles, stimulate her The importance i ft kthcrs this season is. in her IviewJ not to Iw underestimated, and ghe takes exception to Pucci's statement. The Alarchese di Bar.-cnto. known professionally as Emilia Pucci, is the first in his family to work in 1.000 yen. The social circle in which he moves is a wealthy one, constantly seen on both the Fiench and Italian Kiv eria. This circle has often been dubbed the "jet set." and in the opinion ol .Mrs. Charles Sokol this hag influenced his collection. She thinks that the people of this group "ill adopt some of Pucci'S ideas, but she can not conceive of his collection tor the American woman. Some of the heavilyheaded gowns and those with fluff do incline to add visual weight to the wearer, but the MISS LINDA MfUAR Births in Miami Sus.in Jane was born Jan. <> in Doctors Hospital to Or. and Mrs lElsie) David G. Pinosky. 8400 SVV 89th St., Joining brother Sammy, l'a. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Paul, Hay Heights. and Mis. Annie FMnn.-ky and the late Samuel T Pinosky, of Charleston. S.C. compensation is that they are flattering and often in vivid colors and good taste. feJRS. Herbert Kaplan agrees !" completely with Pucci. when a woman in one of these gowns attempts to do the "watusi," she does look ridiculous, according to Mrs. Kaplan, but she looks all right doing the cha-cha. Although she admires extremes, she does not always wear them, and as for the heavily-beaded gowns, she believes that they are beautiful to look at but too heavy and uncomfortable to wear. For dancing, the choice ol Mrs Irving Sussman la the full skirt. To her. it is by far the prettiest and most graceful. Her complaint is that designers such as Pucci, forget that a woman s bod) changes, and that designers bear in mind the body of a slim seventeen-year-old instead of the woman who has borne children. If a gown is Mattering to the woman, and if it feels comfortable, then the woman also feels elegant and is psychologically set to enjoy her evening. And that, alter all. is the reason for gowns and designers The creations of Balenciaga, Chanel and Givenchy have a timelcssness about them that Mrs, Sussman feels is the essence of good design, and with the simple yet elegant lines that appeal to ail well-dressed women Linda Millar is Engaged Mr and Mrs, Mart} Martin. HJl NE 135th SI \o Miami, announce • ni oi their daughter, Linda Dale Vi tor M Allied l i. whil Plains, S •* Vli VI ni late Nath • i third i Brandi P %  i %  in Isi study pi he row teaches He nd is Si lent nizal ii ii The gro m to-be is al present on m for Juda i stu lies in Jerusalem, Israel He graduated B andi is l niversit) in June, IP64, magna cum laude, with spe i ;.il honors in philosophj lie is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa :, hiv return, Mr Gottlieb plans to further hi> studies for a Mil) in philosophy ol science An August wedding iplanned in Boston, Mass MfSS CAK011N MAYSMAH Rwiomer Relief Meeting Radomer Belief Club will hold a meeting Saturday. p.m., at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1235 Washington Ave. Featured will lie Cantor Samuel Ho/ovski. ,lak Fislttnan. in a program of in memorial religious ceremonies; folklore, and N. Golembiowski, in a recitation of the Kaddish. A film of Badom two years prior I i the Hitler occupation will be shown Miss Maysman's Betrothal Told Mr. and .Mrs. Stanley Berman. of 19 William St.. Mount Vernon, N.Y announce the engagement of Mrs Berman's sister. Miss Carolyn Huth Maysman, to Lawrence Jaj Kaplan, of Pittsburgh. Pa. Miss Maysman. who lives with her sister, is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Max Maysman. ot No. Miami Beach. The prOspei tlve bride, who was confirmed al Temple Sinai. North Miami Beach, is an honor graduate of North Miami High School, and received hei Bachelor oi Science degree In m ihe University oi Pittsburgh. Mr. Kaplan, son Of Mr. and Mrs. llyman Kaplan, of Pittsburgh, received his Bachelor of Science de gree in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh, and is now working for a PhD in biochemistr> on a fellowship at Purdue University, Lafayette. Ind. The wedding is planned for June U at Sinai Temple in Mount Vi i mm Dode Heights Senior Citizens Senior Citizens of Dade Heigl will install nev, officers at a mi %  I ing on Sunday at Washington I doral Auditorium. H: NE 167th St Scheduled for 1 p.m.. the aft noon will also include refresh ments, entertainment and games. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTACTING • IMPAIRING Serving Dad* County Over 35 Yuri 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 7&f#y -\7/ic 'Wording Cjirl*' 'JrienJ Custom — Ready Made Dresses Fabrics Notions Hand Made Gifts 10 1 m. -7 p •••. V'.'ec. • m. 5 p..". Closed iVor-H. /b SW. Bth STREET Ph. (44-4224 NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 fREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI I FRIENDLY, GENTLE CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. 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%  Friday, January 15, 1965 vJenist fkriditn Page 3-C Eichmann Aide Pleads Not Guilty VIENNA—(JTA)—Franz Novnfc second complaint, filed by Ludwig an SS transportation officer wha Keepes, a Hungarian merchant. 'was a principal aide to the late j who charged Novak with responsiAdolf Eichmann, pleaded not! b ility for sending his mother, w ile ..j-m*-.. --*.,.. a*-—wd rhildren-t o i mM hMtapinmaa guilty twice here recently as his .,. .. rial proceeded on charges of having is.-ucd .it least 1.000 orders for Lj the deportation of Hungarian Jewa to their deaths at Auschwitz during World War II. He pleaded not guilty to Hie major. 70-page indictment, when his tiial opened. The court admitted a they were murdered. Novak told the court he held only "a subordinate position," his job involving merely the forwarding of documents "for Jewish emigrants." Earlier, in Berlin, he said, he had also followed orders involving the evacuation I^frs. S. Harvey Greenspan, Samuel Gertner, executive director c: Mount Smai Hospital, Carl Weinkle, trustee and founder, Mrs. Basil Heatter, Leonard L. Abess, president of Mt. Sinai, and Pepe Heatter qet ready to perlorm the ceremonial groundbtec! .ng held here at Mount'Sinai Hospi'al for the expansion of the S. Harvey Gree.ispan Out-Patient Pavilion and Rene Klitation Center. Several hundred persons attended the Janct.cn addressed by Secretary of Health, Education and WeJaie Anthony Celebrezze. riixin Named Top National ;ca! Committee D..v i -in/— :>., if i uuntN busCOir.ruuiitv affair*, has been appoint) %  (! to a n it nal level "v atch dog" i omm I MUM t i keep an e\ i n bus i %  -and econoi ^Ktu/ ii %  of l 'it; Udfi'.i! S..\ .. oaii A Bn of Hialei and head i DaStuzin i >.. certified pubuntai .ill -i rve with r national leaders in establishthe new commission, Tit! ii the N itional Citizens an ion foi Rational Mone> Policj. nbers will adin coot • governmen ; i. and ''inomic moveto 5ul "man-made recessions." Stuiin is vice president and a rustt. of Cedars of Lebanon lospital, a member of the Citizens' Board of the University of tiami, and a past board mem^•r and officer of Temple Israel Greater Miami. [A Washington spokesman said committee and its follow-up mmission probably will follow leadership set down by U. S. kp. Wright Patman (D.—Tex.), Birman of the House Banking Id CurrenC) Committee. Stuzin has served many civic ad community efforts here. In addition, he has worked on any committee* of the U.S. Savzs and Loan League, the Najnal League of Insured Savings Associations, and was elected to iiembership in the national busies honorary fraternity, Beta Samma Sigma. | Stuzin is a former officer and Hpirector of the Hialeah-Miami 'Spring:. Chamber of Commerce. Maj. and Mrs. Albert Warner and Dr. S. Charles Werblow shown turning the earth at groundbreaking ceremonies at Mt. Sinai Hosoital for the new Albert and Bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care. Pfeffer Talks At Beth Am BB Lodge Meeting Here I Jack A. Burstein. president, %  conducted the regular meeting of Bk'orth Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Bast week at Temple Ner Tamid. Program included a talk by Bob Schwartz. South Florida liBTo CfcouiKil president, on the "Youth program." and an account of her ecent trip to Israel by Faith Midler. 'B'nai B'rith Girls chapter preented Israeli longs and dances. Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national direc-j tor of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress, and one of the j nation's leading constitutional lawyers, spoke on Friday evening I at 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Am, 5950 North Kendall Drive. Pfeffer has appeared before the I nited States Supreme Court on many issues, including the recent Miami-sponsored case concerning religion in the public schools. Dr. Pfeffer obtained a degree in Doctor of Jurisprudence from NewYork University, and he is currently president of the New York University Law Review Association. One of his most recent cases before the Supreme Court was the successful suit of the American Jewish Congress against the Arab1 ian American Oil Company because of its discriminatory hiring practices. %  :• of Jews, issued by his chief, Rolf Guenther. A K ked by the prosecution whether it did not teem strangejo lijm that all the Jews were being lent to Auschwitz, he replied: "No. I thought the Jewwere going there to work, in those years everybody regarded the Jews as enemies of Germany." The prosecutor was no .small handyman, but played an important role." f ^ %  y \': ... :> Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments free central air conditioning and heating large private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — valet shop — launci ties each floor. V/hen they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Oivmpic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-hole putting green boat dock and fishing pier — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! only | # $J monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer yo be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! TOWERS Rental Apartments ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N. E. 33rd ST MIAMI. FLORIDA* PH. FR 3 3103



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January 15. 1965 + 3rl%*nr*ktlrri Page 7-3 W—mil—wmillMiin I mini I f I wim rinrnW"i mmmMMwmwvwr'vr%  *• MUkuiin ... szAwbout f^^cople an JVL aces [BREAKFAST 1965 Cert and Bert Samuels were at homo to their fc-ienda ior the lust breakfast <>f the New Year. |\\hiumums and red carnations .made a clashing [c i i, 'niece (or the l)iiffet hreakfast table. Gerl Isii (I .ill the women looked so pretty they outshone [the flowers by far. Folks were either on the way to somewhere or coming back from somewhere %  Among the Happy New Yeai'ers were Dr. and Mrs Norman Russ, Mr and Mrs Larry Paskow. Iltabhi and Mrs. Leon Kroni.-h. Mr. and Mrs. 'Michael Morsel. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Broidie. Mr and Mrs. Artie Kravii/. Mr. and Mrs. William tWeintraub. Judge and Mrs living Cypen and Dr. and Mrs Lester Stepner WESTVIEW USHERS IN NEW YEAR As >ou entered Westview Country Club, there |was ;i feeling of being in a penthouse in New York, with the fabulous New York skyline in the [background. The diningroom was filled with floating balloons of all sizes, drifting about. [Tables had high hats, candles and massed flowjus for centerpieces. At the Stanley Tate table were Helen and Seymour Somerstein. Lolly and Paul Shiekman, the Dr. Stanley Weinkles and the Edward Denisons Among those sitting with Mar'ha and Startle) C Myers were Ida and Bill Sinter. Dr Max Pepper and his Sadye, and the Dr llberl Rosenthals. Also enjoying the cven.ug gar a visit, hoping she could see snow for the first time She did. Among guests. nearK two-thousand of them, were Dr and Mrs. Leo Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. ii\\ Mechanic. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Heines. Mi. and Mrs Walter Falk. Judge Albert Saperstein, the stem sisters, Lenore, Rena and Sylvia. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Karp. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stone, the Jerry and Al Warrens. Mr. and Mrs Bernard Sklarew. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ki.-man. and the flyman Galbuta and Robert Turchins. SOMETHING NEW WAS ADDED Aaron Kanner met his guests as usual with a glass of his famous egg nog Marcella was to be found in the middle of the largest, laughingest. talkingest group of people at their annual Orange Bowl Buffet. This year, there was an accordionist, who delighted the crowd of over seven-hundred dinner guests. This is one party no one misses unless they're in traction like Carl Weinkle. Among guests were Elinore and Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz. Rep. and Mrs. Lee Weissenborn. Rep and Mrs. Richard Petti grew, Mr and Mrs. Harry Markow. Dr. and Mrs. Lester Russin. Dr. and Mrs. Sol Goldman. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Abess. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Williams, Mr and Mrs Ben Blum. Rabbi and Mrs Joseph Narot, Mr and Mrs. A J Molasky and daughter, Mrs. Pegg] Sehulman. and Mr and Mrs. David Davis The Sidnev LefcourtS left early to take their children. Barbara and Barry llaiman. to the airport. Virginia and George Theobold drove in from Ft. Laudeidale while Ciena and Mel Muroff and the Dr. Samuel Kohlenbergs live so close that they didn't hive to drive Engaged Couple Feted at Party Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shulman. of 405 W. DiLido Dr.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Roberta Ann. to Law renee M. Green, son of Mr and MrfcJJejiry D £ rt>cn J "' 1125 No. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables The bride-elect attended the University of Florida and is pies ently at the University ol Miami. Her fiance attended the University of Alabama and is presently %  at the University "f Miami. The couple were leted at a party sunday evening given by the Greens in their home. Cantor Bornstein Sings w. n MISS ROBERTA SHUIMAN Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Tern \ lie Israel, will present a program 1 of selections from musical comedies at the meeting of the Temple Wednesday in Wolfson Audit. Israel Sisterhood starting at noon ium of the Temple : MOW 0N STAGE •'wH. | N PERSC RSCN IN JOSE FERRER America's Funniest Musical "A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY%mtR*UMCOCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant A Art Oallary Ot 3500 Main Highway HI Q-OQl 'Roaring Tivenfies Bail' Social Committee ol Tempk Beth \iv. w ill sponsi i a "Roaring Twenties Ball" on Saturday eve ning m the Temple auditorium Music for dancing win (><• furnish ed bj a 12-piece orchestra, and entertainment will be highlighted by the appearance ol Esthei Suth erland. Marvin stein and Arthur Lyons are co-chairmen of the .it fair. YESHIVA AND MESIYTA BEER SHMUEL 1363-50th Street, Brooklyn, New York wishes to announce that RABBI KURT FLESSHER and MOSHE FEINHANDLER are now visiting the Miami community in the interests of the Emergency Building Fund Campaign. Friends of the Yeshiva are requested to contact our representative at the London Arms Hotel, JE 1-1264. (signed) RABBI M. HOROVM Dean ana Principal OPENING JANUARY 18 ; UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI DINNER ONE SHOW mat 8 :3o TEDDY KING and His Orchestra /ft/rffguue's III )l nl < (TDCET All llnrt I fnllint ^i/ FAO' DFt Oh S?7SS9 RCHE5TRA FABIEN SEVITZKY Director Sun J.:n '7. M.B. And P.M. n il Dad< Co. A,. Oil MO 1 4*60 Miaan Boaca


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Page S-C +Je*tsHkrMten Friday. January 1L. 1965 ridtff. Retired Havana Leader, Adolph Kates, To Reside in Comfort of Greater Miami A distinguished • looking man with aristocratic-styled beard and pointed mustache ha? taken up permanent residence at the Liberty Hotel in Miami. He is 79-year-old Adolph Kates merly of Havana. Kates sports a variety of decorations reminiscent of European royalty, but he came by them as head of Cuban laboratories representing American I rms. "At one paint," Kat-> d?c'ared, "tn emp'oyed 110 p :ople." ." pi -t of hoi : m in his intrj \ i iban citizen h %  h.m a list : honors th H l*o' in distinihed affairs. For example. Kateholds the Commander of the Cros? of the It r of CarloManuel de Cespedein recognition of services rendered in favor of Cuban interests."' He i> a Chevalier of the Lesion of Honor of France "for i Fficient cooperation in behalf < %  : France during the war and service! rendered in the economic • Kates is an Officer of the Ore'er of the Belgian Crown, a Commander of the Order of Commercial Merit, a Commander of the Order of the National Red Cross and was promoted to Grand Cross of the same Order. He is a holder of the Grand Plaque of the Order 2 de Mayo de 1808" of Spain. And his honors go on and on. I'II the occa?ion of his To:.' •hday on Feb. 27. 1956. he re ived a wire of eoneratulations n CamiUe Huysmans, then enl of the Hou.?e of Parlia %  i : Belgium. contributions in behalf of the Jewish community in Cuba and Israel have brought Kates ar.ianv accolades Kate-, has letters and wire? of gratitude from ph Burg. Israel's Minister of Posts; the late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, who was chairman of the Doard of Governors for State of Israel Bonds; and. on hi76th birthday, from Dr. Joseph Schwartz, executive vice president of Israel Bond?. Kates was honorary president of the United Pro-Israel 1 campaign in Cuba, honorary member of La Casa de la Comuridad Hebrea de Cuba, past president of the United Hebrew Congregation there, past president and founder of the Maimonides Lodge of B'nai B'rith, 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced on I Bond Pooer LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS > WHILE YOU WAIT REPORTS \ __ CONTRACTS Colh Q <""' Serving MUTII Since 194$ 95 N.E. nth Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS and honorary president of the Board of Governors of the Cuban Israel bond drive. His list of activities and honor? .seemlngl) endless. Toda>. at 79. Kate? iretired. "I believe I've done much for m> brethren in I-rael But even here, in Miami. I would s] eak be• • he declared M :th a centle flourish. to remi%  • -. • : %  gran Ichild Merril i. 1 "But • too." eclared So lo Kates iks I i past accompli-h ment in the comfort of Miami. "But I should like to do somethin.:." he emphasized, repeating his ish to be helpful: "to talk, to tell others of what there -till remain? to be done." Bonn Hit for Refusing Extension Of Statute to Try Criminals ADOLPH KATtS work to be done Rabbi S. Rosenberg Kabbi Cofdmon IBS Sobbi Y. Rosenberg Rabbi Tepfitz Rabbi Bokser United Synagogue Adult Education Series Slates 6 Leading Rabbis for Area The Animal Adult Education Cavalcade of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of Amer ica will begin in January and extend for an intensive two-month period, according to an announcement by Seymour Mann, president of the region. Leading figures in the Conservative movement in the United States have once again volunteered to tour the Southeast in order to ik on the Conservative mov< ment and other vital issues of current interest The cavalcade is deto bring the best in Jewish ght :n the Southeast to %  !! conegations affiliated with the United Synagogue of America. Rabbi Ber.-Zion Bokser, of the Forest Hil's Jewish Center, New York; Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg, of Beth Tiedeck Congregation, Toronto, Canada; and Rabbi Israel Goldman, of Chiiuk Amuna Congregation, Baltimore, Md., WE IN5TAI GLASS FOR EVERY PI RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS i^ furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors n4 j Resilvering Out Speciolfy £ I. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS p 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin, Founder "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers/* ANOJHCK IOC AT ION fto YOU* CONVfNKNCf COULTON BROS. "ART" "*4ty" • -MAI" y(WR TEXACO MYS Coral Way A S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. f itmoral respoesi bilities" for refusing to extend the statute ol limitations on Nazi crimes. The charge was contained in a letter to ' suni\"rof the \.i. ust," the letter to Di clai i l ntil s i eminent hademonstrated i ir underst gation and it• charge it in these 1 areas : Je ish and i i ei al h i n i mi ern, < iermanj claim to a genuine rebirth and a new moral posture must be \ ig i n ected." The American Jewish l< c< mpared West German} rel to extend it? statute of limitations coverii Nazi uar 11iminals with the action? ol other European eminent? "Onlj last week. letter noted, "the French National Assembly approved unanimous!) It gislation which declares that •crimes against h.imanity are defined by the United resolution of February anil by the charter Of the Tribunal at th. Trials >. are not subject • • i limitations by tl • ... K The Jewish groups wer: ly critical of a telegram Dr ichroeder c 1 1 'ed No. which the Oertssan offic %  it was "very unlikely tha* stanrial number of hHtta known Naii criminals M discovered in the futc %  their reply, the Jewish %  disputed this claim terming it necessarily ss five." The telegram from Dr der -aid that alter Worl Allied courts had ?cntcn' than 5,000 persons I t wai and that up to Jan 1 191 Germans had investigated ord? of more •.•*' %  and brought 12.882 person? Currently, he said, ?ome T proceedings i re i %  they ut:ons 1946, ; 4& '-erna/l it* i %  D" 0T1 n Mid -bAcc : unmem be In iderj i-ply, •culidowi ton. TSout] Towi to of App. Attend services t/iis week at u our own place of worship HI 8-4994 When Hit occosien arises, pho" OFFICES OF DISTINCTION b T PAVLOW as



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January 15. 1965 + kisMcrki&r Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICI i'lCE OP APPLICATION FOB T *X DEED >-ER2C' ACTS OF 1941 File A 2'769 : IK n::i:i rv OIVEN thai ..!,. i'. n MI ..: Inn, holili r •! j •; ,,\ i-uk> >nli Icate* nuni! in* : and : .11. laaued the | f Jill'..A I • ll'til, llll1 1 1-- v i.frir. inmin* mad* IIP : deed to be laaued I s .1 i-rill Icati embrace %  ., inn .;,-,i" ii proper!) In rDAyiHU ,t I '...I. Stale "f Floi ill.i. S J Ii ... ', I, Hold, n Blade* A.I.I I-I..' Book ::••. i-aire Count. > ••: Hade, State "t ,em • i" Jertlflcale ui i "I •>'•' P>wl>. i ili. -... : %  II .litlaaued nam ••! i biirlle B, Aaron, lll.nl. •:. Annl I'lnl lift) II '.' % %  I'.IK. ill tile : i i.ni.-. > .'• ..i Florida, a* • in i kiati Mo, I1R3. The -t I.I -..ki i ropertji under i ; i--.i.ii M.I.-. iu the Adeline i: Voortieee. • ,.f N % %  > it Lota 17 is. Securit) Addn., 1'lat Book .., In Hi,i i. %  111> .>f Uaile. Stale i .,embraced in Certli'ti jte | 'I'M-. ..— ---ini-nt of .-aid I under !'• %  -ai'i i i ilflcate lain Hi. nuine ••! Win. \V. fee :.K di I nq i--u.d nubjecl t< III CttJ "I -M ..tin | | itea shall ba re%  •• din : it, the property l< .i herein Mill be Hold t" HI. bidd< r .. %  the • 'ourt Ho -•• the (ii -• Mniida) In the n until i \ I lid Ii i> tile l I'. • \ 11 19(3 I hie %  n da) .>:' I >•. einber LEA IH BUM AN. I'I.TI.-. 'uurt. i >a'ii i 'ouitt). KI. i:, ir liiiiamiHiid 1 • %  • i "lei u : i • COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ND FOR DADE COUNTY. LORIDA IN PROBATE No 63403-A tale %  >i. s HAMiiriia. I TICE TO CREDITORS lltor* und \il Peraon* Hnvur I •• in Hid* Again*! Said BY HENRY LEONARD %v But Bobe, all I wonted was a glass of water!" Coi" 1944, OJI>-J Piodu.tcii LEGAL NOTICE Harris is Speaker IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65550-C IN RE' Entnti oi M AKTKN t!l 'I 'WIN I le. eaacd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS r.i All Creditor* and All r.-i.-mi II. n illlt ClaimI.I lli-malnl,Attain*! Sattf You III. hereh> notified and t*by Lawyers'Title Guaranty Fund outred .to nremmt an) • and deHarris is a member of Lawyers" tnanda vvhloh you maj have an. HUM tl\, palate "l MAKTI.V riUDWIN dec.-ii.-.-ii lair "i Dude fount*'. Korldn, to the Count; .imln-. of liade t'ounty, and file ili.anme in duplicate and an proVided in Section 7-13.16, Florida SII.MII...-. in |heir offtaev In the Onunt> Coutthouae m I >;• %  lCounty, Florida, \rltliin >-i\ calendar month* Pron Hi.time "I the flral rAiblieation hereof, HI Hi" i-.iin.. "ill I-ibarred. I'.u.-ii nt Miami, Florida,' thin ith d:ii ,.| liurillii y. A.I). I!>R:, AWKTTi: l: iHH.W IN A> Aximltiiati itriJi Plral publication ol tl>inot the '•ili day of Januarj, IM3 A .1 \ V I'IMSTI >1, Allt,rn..\ i... Ailii.n I-I ; .i 1 1 i \ :'l Northeuxl I -t Av< Miniii. Kl ortdu i • I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14241 sr \NI.I:V ci:u.\l ASKI.I I i KelKel, Albert, W.-I-H St l.\..i.~ Vtloi in -. foi Applli ant 1462 W FlaKler St., Mlani Kla l i .-: %  : %  % %  hi-n-t'> notified Htnl require i-nt an> ciaium and demands may hue aKaiiiat the •-.iunt>. und aai'i. In duplicate and aa |-n-Kj*^K.-.'ii..i : %  %  l-'lorlda Slul^Pht-n ,.iu..~ in the Ciiiiiuy in I'.,.I. County, l-'l i.i. calendar inonthn from the ,. n ii-l.i .iti..n hereof, i;ii !.. barred, Mi.-i ...i Ida, tin i II be \ i' l64. irnsr I.WKX Aa I ^-. ulrix bl.li,,.'! %  ii --I in not pa.,. ununty, 1J r.\ JAM i iornay ( l-lnoAi l:,-...i %  ml Bl> ii. i 1/1-8-1 '.-."J IRCUIT COURT OF THE DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DE COUNTY, FLORIDA N CHANCERY 131M (Judge Wieheart) Kl.l... If, M AI:I \ PKLU'R, inl CE BY PUBLICATION %  Mi • M \ KIA l-'lvl.l I'l. fayeiii Avenue \. I IK III M.i'.V notified that ii foi i %  hat !.• • II tiled .in Iniii.i re%  in >py of youi anawer ii iii inl ili, I'l.uiitiil .i i i ,i: id ;KKS, U hoe :• %  i s w i mi strei i. Ml|da. i ill*the orlal ifflce of ti •inn .1 mli M1 i ii cult in iniy, b i"i HI. i. on ,.i I-. I.I II. .% %  of a hu Ii llie Complaint ill %  coliTi • %  : I.I \ OU. tin nay of Deci mlier, llt.MAN • iiciiit Court II) I' i %  il'I.I.A.XI" I'. l i-v-r. %  : %  : COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT D FOR DADE COUNTY, OR.DA IN PROBATE No '.^4,5-C •.I'll: sn.-ii:i.. a k a HKKIR :i.. nil., .-ii:m:i.. UKKIK H-. I'-KC k i: .-II:I;AI.. IlKKIK and .\llis [3 SIGKL, i.-.-,l TICE TO CREDltORS edltoi an i All I'araonii Havi..i leia.iiiua AtftMiilat bald hereby notified and reQUlr% -. %  -•lit .in. ...IIH.M MIUI ilrrn.inili in.. hllVe iiRllillM Hie i.i ItKi KIC s,|:. ;,..|.. „ k ., SllM;i,l I'.KKI SIKOIOI.. 8K1KL, IIKCKIE BIROAL, Sl-XIEL..i l Mlis. B. Bill EL l l.ii. ,.i liade County, rTorttie County .Imln.-s of l>:nl.mid n •' • Bam* In duplicate provided in ((action i 13 l, Ktatutea, in their offloac In tni] Cm tlioime in I 'ailii ".Min • Ida, w i. Inn nl\ ,iil. i.i II time of tinfirst h. or Hi.name will nt Mi.i-n Florida, this :'v:ii i n IN \ [ %  1964 |ATIIAMI:I. w sn:iii:u I'AIU, w siia ;I:I. An Ext ;nis noth e on ki dnj \ Di'sr >i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'li'lici; IS HEREBY fllVCV lht fluundi-rsii^m-il, d, .-irinir to cngatte in l>IIHln.•^.1 Illl-U-r II.,IICllllouS Ii........ "I ZEC CI.I:AM:I:S A. LACNintY t ilfl N .W. Hevenlh Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends lo renlnter aald name with the Clerk ol thCircuit court of I lade i Bounty Kloi idn. M.W KI:I:M'II BENZoi. fl.EAXritS I.ACNOltY, IN<" Aron iVlK, Silver .v. Si-h. r Attornej n for Applicant •i"7 Ainii-v BldK„ Miami, Kla, l l-' .3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5S547-B IN 111-:. Ketaliol UH'iti \ swu i:i.s. l>.fi-.. .i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE i NfiTlfi: la hereby Riven that l have j'filed i Final Report and Petition f--r Ofatribution and Kinal Dlachorne BI i:\i-.nriv i.f thi .-tni-..i i...ui.-. A. Siiiiiui-l*. <|..,-;!-•-ii and that on the JSnd da) "i January, iMi, iil aflfily lo the Honorable t'ounty -lu.lir. -t l lull.County*, KToridJu. i"approval of ,-:ilil 1'iiml tt,-ri"ii and t.-r dietrlbutlon and final dlKcharae %  Executrix ol ih,. r-t.it-.,! ili, above-named li- •-il.ni TliiS4th daj "I I '! %  • • %  uil.i-r. I n.i. Ill 'S M.INI> W S V Ml CIS C\. cull i\ --I iii. Ealate "f l.-miA Samuele, l*ceen*ed, Mil si in I\I ,:i.n. Attorney ti ISIrn is ne • I illdins Klorld i %  111 %  I I-S-1.-.-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14242 ST WI.KY m-nniEi: "iiilntlff, M-'Vli-A VCIjCAN SIII -I: .'I • .i Kl'.i id:i %  |-1 • %  >i :i I Ion, it al., I •• fendnn-.il NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ti 111. I" MKNI'KI.I.I Rome, Itnlv T< AKIHI It II. KI.CYCN i.i nu, .M.i-sii, lui-i-tiTou AUK in:i:i:i'Y .Ninii IKItliat a i-.iiiipl.i im i" t.-r ..ii"-.., i-hatti morumce mi tinfoiiowina rt rli peraonnl property, to-wlt: Yinii.ii.s and aundry moohlnery and •>>iui|imeiit, :m full) flearrlbed in tlnii i-.rtuin Chattel Mortanae dated Henteinher -'I. \:'-.. und reconled In c iffi. i.il l:, ii.plBook H67S, it ["nare •',:;•. "i the Public l;..."i(iM ol Dude County, Klo*Ma tinIn .ii filed nRalnal you and you .ire ruejulred t" nerve .i ropy "f your anataer or other plenitlio: to %  -: %  i %  t plaint upon tinPlaintiff" attorney a, Tallanoff, Walter Ml man, *Su l.in, "In Road, Miami Beach, Klorida, and I file i. HI orlKlnal anavver or other I pleading In the "ii Ii • %  •! HiClerk '•: | the Circuit Court in and I i Hade c..;nii\. Florida, on -.r befon ihi ltli Kebruar) i % %  %  %  n > on r.ill t do -... jiidKtnent b) defuull "HI taken aftalnet you for the ii i.i i i.iii in the I'ompla tni Thia notice KIIUM 1publlehed once :i week for d'tir (Ii con>ecutive n'eekn in The Jewlah Flurldlan, Mi.iml, KI rlda UK INK and riRI>KRKI> al Mi-imfc Klorida, tlti-a itli dny of ianuury, lf-"i. i: <: l.i:\ i HCI'.viAN, cirk Circuit court, laid) Counqr, Klorida i .uii iii i. SNI:I:I IEN I leput y Cli k Tulianofl uliii. r ti l.llmun Atioriiev-. for Plaint Ifl rtn I.Iii. nlii ltd M i Reach, I B) Mi. le l.nu in l -.-l".--"-' .:> i |i otn .,• -ii. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY iN CHANCERY No. 64C 14096 M V15TA II l.i:.\ \\ VRI', i 'lalnl \w II. 1.1 \.M \i \i:\ IN WARP i %  i i • SUIT FOR DIVORCE In U 11.MAM MARVIN \\ Mil' Route MrKlhaney Road i ir,-. n\ ill... South Carolina Y..ii \\ II.I.IAM MARVIN U VRP ." .hei, b) nol II Ii .1 '. .ii .i Bill of i 'omplalnl i-" Hlvoro han be n fill 'i • you, .niii you ..' %  i • uulr< .1 to Nerve :i i "i-i of i "inAn-ut r .,i PleadIna lo the BUI ot Comiitftint "n the Blalntlff'a Atlorneya, TAI.IANOFF, VVAI.HKR .v I.ITMAN, 180 Lincoln Road, Mluml Beach, Klorida und fid the orliflnul Anawer PleadinR in II ill : in, Clei k "I the Circuit Court on or before the '-'7th day "i January, IM5 n you f.ill lo do M". judRmeiil iii default "ill be taken aiiainat you foi the r.-iief demanded in ih.. l:iii of i'omulainl HATKl) at Mhiml, Florida, thl* 28rd da) ,.i i lecembi r A.D IM4. K l: I.KA THERM AN. i 'li-rk. i 'irciilt i '"inl Dade County, Florida (•Ml) B) : c. |. COPBI^ND, I %  .-i-.it> Clerk Tallanoff, Wallei *. Lit man I'.'n Lincoln Hoed Miami Beach. Flol Id i Attorney for Plaintiff 11' J "•"•'I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nii'i'ii'i: is HEREBY I;I\ EN thai tli. underakfned deeli nil to enaafte in bualneaa under the flciltloue na ol Mi M >l-:i.s a ARTISTS I'.AI.I, .ii i.i' N i: Tvili Strict, Miami Intends i" reftlater wild name with the Cli h ol i he i 'ii cull Court i I adi Count). I lorlda l. A I'.i I.i i: STI' i 'I' IS, l N'l' I PACLKWITNEi i: .III. K .! %  S %  l|| 1, 1-8 120 I. in. -In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'I iTICE IS BIEREBT CIVKN Hi., unil. i Mitin -I. deairina to eniaiK ii iniKin. •-iiini. : the li-tliii'iiname "i (1ROSS SIIAU .v COMPANY it l"l-' Alnale) KulldlnK. Miami, Florida intend '.. r-ui-i-i mild name with the Clerk "i he C u I kidi t '"iini i. Floridu. IIII.BERT 11 ROSS MAXWELL II SHAW [RVIN'tl Rl is CN I'.I,ATT NI'.AI. i.i:\ INK MARX h.VHKR Ait-.i in > fi.Appl .m: I HIS Ainale) Illda Miami, I-i %  I • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14046 HOLLAR HAVINi .s B VNK I IF I'll R • i rv i ii N R\\ \' IRK, I'laliitiff. V.-. II V MAN" MAX BLCMIIERn, el IIS, i-l al. I '. -I'I nn.iiilNOTICE OF SUIT III llinian Max Hlumbet'R and Ida Blunibi i n. hin Ife, i .. Mr I'II .I Bluniberx 1.-17 Frant ie Li i.Boulevard VVhlleatoue -7. New York Yon are hereby notified that the above ea|itluoud aotloti hue bean in-iiiui.ii aiiain-t you in tinCircuit Court of llir Kleventh Judicial Circuit ui Florida ni and for I'ad.County i" fnreclnae a DiortKuae upon tini"llowlng des, rili.-il real proiiertj I.ni I r.li., ;, STn.N'KVMIUHiK i:sSTATKS, uccordlna to ibe Plat tli.ie.il. iii.-Ml.(I iii l'lat tl""U ii .'• at Pajre %  %  "I the t'uldii Re-orda of Dude County', Florida, together with Veni Mini Blind*. You are l.qilll.d t" file .i r.--|..n -iw pleading t" plaintiff complaint with the Clerk "l the aforeaald Court, and nerve p) fhereol upon plaintinattorne) MARTIN FINE, Hade Federal Baildlng, Miami, Florida 33131, not Utter ih. in i i iiiiiri W, IS6." or a i •-• %  i -', i'i i. Conti --.w ill i i Inal i "ii. HATEI l '• • • mi-. • '.' i: n LEATHERMAN ; %  „ ,i thi i 'ircull Co i Hi K. M l,V) I •.-..: i M VK'I'IN" Fl \ '' %  '. deral I KI'X N SCRK FOOTV* EAR, INC u Florida corporation, el -il I >..feiid:inl> NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ii •: ll'l.li • .Mi 'N'I 'i:i.l.i i Home, Ii.ili l I. Al! rill It It K I.EVEN Lynn, \i %  -.-• ii i-> 11VI •! ARE HEREBY Ni i I'll IEI > Ihal Ill i -1 lllll III I" • %  i-l'" %  I i !. it I.-' •;.,-. mi the follow inn di -• I Ir* il pi i -..n.ii properii. fn-n It \ .,I., ii n,l Mtinili) n .. ii -I.I i ami • -11111 T 11 < ni aliiil.i ,1,-, rii-.il ,n that pi rmlii Chuttel M"i taawi dn • September II, U'62, and rei-orrted n i nu. la I R( i i • 161 "•' the Puldli Re 1-•! Hade i ..iini.. Florida h.ii.. n i ii, .1 uguinH i"'i a il i "ii tire i • i|iiin .1 to aervi i i-np) nf \ oui i aM .i ..( %  .,; |it-r ]'l.1 III! to -i i.i Ill upon IIII'!.11 ill.itl.ii II, -. I Tallanoff. Waller ,\ i in, I2n Lin%  Road, M i i nu t'.,... h. I 'lorldn file your original annwei or other ].|. idlng In the office "i the Clerk "i [[the Circuit Court in ami f 11 Hade ] County, |.i"ini:i. "ii or befire the loth 'day "i Kcbruury, I!i6.1. If you fail to .I.HO, Judgment i-> default will be taken auain-t you t"i" the relief di Diunded In the comnlalnt. Thi* notice -lull be pnMlahad < e a Week fr four il ,-..ns, inl i\ • %  weeke HI The .l.-wi-li Fiolidluu, Miami, Florida. IKINE and 111:111:1:1:0 at M ami Florida, thin itli day "t JantiHr.v, 1965 1: II LKATIIKEM IN 1 'lei k 1 r, nil Court, I '.ni('"imi 1 l-lorldn By: I.. SNI:I:III:N |)i-|iuty Clark Tallanoff, Waller & Lltman Attorm i foi I'lainilii 1 Lincoln Rd., MHrml Bench. Pill. \i\ Me :• I until I -IN THfc COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 6i '•"."• A IN RE Eatrtti MIRIAM S. CIUI.I. I >. ,a.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'.-r-onllav"•I'I. %  .. I '. 11 .in. I\-.1in-1 Said Batate i'"ii (ire hereb) notified arid required I., preienl ail) 'aitnand denianilwhich \"i inal Intve .miin-i the mate nf MIRIAM N 1HIIJ. de. ...i-.il la:, of OAHK 'ount). 1 i! to the Count) Judge" "i Ihide County, ami flli the i-ame in duplli-ati and .,prov Ided in Si tion 16, Kloi 1.1 Staiutea, In their officer Iii the Count> Cotirthou.-i' In I hide County. Floridu, 11 hln -i\ alendai m n Ihn fl oni Hi, time "f the flral publication hereof, r the same w ill !" %  Im Ihiti .1 ..I Miami, Ilorlda, thi* ,1 ,, "i la Hilary \ 1 %  % %  Si H'HIK I'l' HI AEXI %  Hli\ i'ii -1 p ddli an..11 ..: 1 inni HoMh da) "i im ary, RICIIAKH .\ NKI..-1 i.N Attorney foi 1 :v utrix •;..', 1.in, .:i. I loud Miami Hi a. Ii, l-'ia. Tight Favorite At Tropical Park The backstretch sany. who will bet on anything, including thm^that can talk, have installed Dom Brumfield a tiyht favorite to capture the riding title at the Tropical Park meeting. As of now. Brumfield ranks third with IS winners, behind .lacinto Vasquez, who leadwith \~. and the defending champion. Micks Solomone. with 16. Apprentice Martin Freed 1 9 climbing steadily and mm has 12 winners Others in the closelybunehed pack are .lack Leom with 13. Steve Brooks and Johnny Seller.with 11 each, and Con Errico w itli 10. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW N'i 1 TICE is IIEIti:i'-\ illVEN til. iiiiil.-r.-inn-I. ill mder tin %  1 % % %  • I'll N \ INTERN TH N M. nl S I I-I ".. < 'humher of Commerci I im. nil %  ter anld n •nit %  Clerk of tin i'ii. 1 '"iinii 1 loi idn ISAAi R< 'I 'BICJt'E.Z S \M HROSSM \N Vli'i'i'i: I.KVINK Attorney for Applicant* sir. Ingraham Bldg %  • ,".l NOTICC I'NOFR PICTITIOUS NAVE LAW KOTHttE IS HERKin IllVEN 11 I tin underyiuni'd, denlilnv lo ens i.n-'ii. -under the si:\ I:I:N INSCRANCE MHWI :••", N E. lTth Street s ti. regUter I naini M ihi c %  .,!' I'' 1 %  1 '"111 1 ..i 1 •, 1. (' 1 • .. 1 •!' M s 1: VT< >N • \--'i VTI IS INC .1 Flu C 1 !".-•":-.' %  : 1 %  •!i "II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 64C 12053 1 THE WII.LI VMSIIl Ci.ll SA\ INHS I HANK, Plali 1 ii ISKPH 11 vi' VMS. el iv 1 1 al, 11. fend in'NOTICE OF SUIT I'l I'.i-.1 -111 M M a ulngle 11 -niaii. Resilience I'nknown, and ii remarried, hei unknown apo if li\inn. ..: 1 II .1. .nl. her uiikni.il 1 lielra, devlheea, legateea, ptranteea, ..hlgnet'8, lieliora, 1 Ueteee, creditorn "i other 1 1..in:.,niclaiming, b> through, under "' -i-.in.-i an) of the above named defendant* "Im are deceaeed. Von are hereb) notified Hiai the above cautioned action has been In-titnt.-il agalnal you In the Circull Court "I life Eleventh Judicial Circull I.I Florida in and fm Dade County to forei lone n mortgage upon the following d..-. rili.d i-i.1! propert) : I...I SO 111... k ;.T FIRST ADWTIOS ii' r.viii'l, CITY Accorulna t" ti" l'lat thereof, recorded In llal Hook 611 at Page i:< "i the Public Record* of Hadi1 lount). Floridu You arreuiiiieil t,. fill' a r.-i'-.nalve pleading t" plalntlfP* complaint with ih. Clerk nf the atoreaatd Couri and nerve u cop) thereol upon plalntatlorni 1 MAR riN FiNK, Ha Ii l edei al Bull ling, Miami, Kloi Ida not I..til 11, in .1.1 nun 1 L'v 1'."' 1 1 %  : -..ni, -,. ii iii |.. euti red IIATKI • 1 '•. %  nil r 17, LEA I'll: ':Ni \N 1 1 r the Circuit Court B> 1' COPEL.VND ilARTIN NOTITF |i\OER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V •TICE IS HEREBY IllVEN 'h..t buainea naler the • •* -th. nndi • %  -i-ii. 1 di % % % % %  • 1 •• in \"IK 1 Ni; vi' \ RTM I 'NTni • Ti 1 '. "nth s ... t In the city VI Bi li. I' orid.i Inti ml• %  %  ._•%  %  %  %  aid name nith the Cli nf the 1 i-uit Court "i i'iiI'.'I.'I. r ..ri.i.i 1 'ate.l ill Miami, FIi rlda, Ith 1I.11 "' I..1111.i'i I'"'-" V'IKIN'.; RE M TV COMPANY scilnNi'i III* I'd PMAN Alli.l 11. 1 \ .'.I'.. Mi-, 1 m II Miami. Klorida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64604. 4 RE Eat '• %  MANTEL W EINIICRHER I', -..-.-.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml 1 Teil and Ml I ; M ,1 1 ., Ml. I '. Ui., t|.l\ _.il' -1 s., I E-l.it. Y..11 an hereb) not qllll ,1 I,. |.n -i-lll nil) in.in.III In. Ii 1 • %  tin • lati .a Man i-l V ceimed l.iti id Kadi I.. 1 In 1 'mini %  1 lit — II 1 .,n,l flu the -.1 in. in il • iiml aa in .—. • • %  1 Florida althln six i-aleiiil the time 1 ..i or Hi. .-.." %  %  M till 1 F II IVEINHKRiiER AI \. First publication ol tl IN To ing Ih di III >U A HI • II Attorm vim i'.i-. .1111 Miami I ,i .Ian 1111:.1 \. .it.. lllvd I 1.. Mia .. 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(Jewish. Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY folume 38 Number 3 Miami. Florida, Friday, January 15. 1965 Thiee Sections Puce 2C iionist Congress Reelects Goldmann, Sharett oviet Jewry and Bonn % dentists Figure Heaviiy In Talks Among Delegates EIM S \LEMi JTA i The situu ,,| jovicl Jew rj the status ,, ; nan ientists work capons for t;* Nasser rei; > pi. .ui I the battle over |v..-i German deadline on prosi,.m oi Nazi war criminals and ,, ( i iii N ol Israel dominated of the 26th World Zionist II • here. N'ahum Goldmann. president %  ii' World Zionist Organization, gc.i oni the problems In several •He expressed the opinhii.ii the Soviet Union had more L in e than the United States il. Vrab rulers and that Israelpeace was more .likely to \ ia Moscow than WashingHe said that lor tfiis reason, should be more interested ptt. r relations with Russia and iotcd that Israel was taking in thai direction. He emphathe miportanir ol stren lit Israel's deterrent capacity le a'so appealed to the Soviet |cn to allow the reunion of ilies and emigration of RusJews to Israel, adding that situation of Soviet Jewry jid remain world Jewry's number one problem and that it was the duty of world Jewry to irouse public opirion on the issue. He assertec 1 that there had not been any improvement in the situation of Russian Jewry. However, he suggested that the dissatisfaction voiced i>\ some i ommunist parties In various 1i intries "\i r the iieatmenl ol Russian Jews mil hi bring about Continued on Page 8-A Eshkol Walks Out As Herut Accuses Mapai Of Racial Discrimination MOSNf SHARETT Jewish Agency Chief NO COMMENT FROM CHASE Arabs 'Drop Boycott Of New York Bank JERUSALEM—(JTAl After a stormy n i g h I meeting during v. hich al one point, Isi ael's Prime Minister Levi Eshkol walked out ui the session in protesl against ,; Herul member's charge thai the Mapai Part> practices racial discriminate ,' the 26th World Zion i i Congress closed here early ruesda) morning without electing the next World Zionist Organize tion's executive. Election ol the next executive was left i" the next meeting ol the Ziom-1 Actions Committee. But Dr. N'ahum Goldmann and Moshe Sharett were reelected t>> their present posts, remaining, respectively, as president of the WZO and chairman of the Jewish Agency's executive sharett was elected unanimously, while Herut abstainAVOID CONFRONTATION U.S. Officials See Egypt Aid Help to Israe u \siii\t; i'uN .'I A Unit States officials stressed this we what they said was the necessi to continue aid to Eaypl in order lo use American influence to sa guard Israel b> modifying Ai attitudes The officials said thai it >vo \KE DECISION [rael Premier .Iks on TV )\\ .IT '. Premier Lev i .1 iold Ihe German people • eek in lelev is id press i on re vith German newsmen the initiative for lull diplo i relations between Wesl Bui \ and Israel should mine Wesl German) He said this [a moral and ethical question, pot morel) one of diplomatic stressed that Ihe Arab coun needed Ihe Western world in ire than the West needed [Arabs, and thai the West ili: realize this and not allow blackmail ol Western counlie added that West C.cr should have the courage t<> its own decision on that i disclosed that Israel had tested against East Gerrty's refusal to pay indemniItion to victims of the Nan and stressed that West Gerhad correctly fulfilled its nmitments to Israel under the par .itions treaty between the countries. However, he said, b< payments covered only a rt of the property stolen from iropean Jews. %  ced ii I-rael might ask for nts from West Germany, Ihe jnier said this was possible Continued on Page 11-A NEW YORK—(JTA) The *rab League's anti Israel boycotl office .it Damascus, announced this week lhat it has "suspended" its threatened blacklisting ol the Chase Manhattan Bank ol New Y irk as IIagent for Israel Bond Iransac lions. l e Arab Boycotl Committee threatened the hank, winch has e\ !. ii -1 \ e finam ial ope i ations in Ihe \rah -lairs, that It WOUld be red from such dealings it it did not t-ompl) b) Dee 31 with its re -UK turnagainst trading with Israel The ultimatum expired on New YearDa) Mohammed Majoub i mmissi m i general ol the Vrab '. • %  Boycott he.ui oflice, announced in Damascus the suspension %  •! the til timatum. according lo reports from Syria. A spokesman for the bank here said Ihe bank had not leceived an) official word ol the extension, and had no commenl on the matter. The Arab League official said thai the suspension was approved ..ner the committee received "certified documents" from Ihe hank ..!nh emphasized that its relations %  I-rael were ol "a purel) hank r nature He ad led lhat, il all the regional boycott bureauin the 13 Arab Lea "' %  member states accepted the documents, Ihe reilulion t> oycott the hank would be drop He said thai the Egyptian bu ran had already replied il found %  documents salisfactor) ed on the voting on Dr. Goldmann's reelection. Pending formation ... '"" ••' dcsl :. new executive, the old executiv* will continue to function. The most heated clash at the concluding session occurred when the Congress decided to accept the "Goldmann plan," recommended by the Congress SteerContinued on Page 7 A confrontation with the Nasser regime through severance "t and declared thai the terminate nl th" American role in E would imperil Israel The) poinle i out thai the American presence Cairo was erj important, suggeste i th.ii Vmei ican did Continued on Page 7-A Congressmen Demand Action Against Nazis Russian Press Reported Still Defaming Many Jews JERUSALEM JTA -There is no relaxation in the Soviet press tendency (a emphasize the Jewish ness of various "criminals" it was reported here this week on the basis of a study made of Soviet newspapers reaching London The newspapers included the Moskov sky Komsomoleti, organ of the Young Communists in Moscow ; Bakinsk) Babotchy, a daily pub lished in Baku; and Pravda Uk rainy, official organ of the I'krati ian Communist Party, published in Kiev. Pravda Ukrainy carried a report ..bout a girl student at the Komel nitsky Technical School, convicted 0( theft and expelled from the school. Alter the newspaper re \ealed that one Of the judges in the girl's trial was a Jew. named Oksman. she was given ;i new trial and reinstated oksman. however, was dismissed from his iob as ,i member ol ministration, the school's .ui v. ISHINGTON JTA A num |.oi ol Congressmen advocated thi%  veek contempt ol Congress pi -• ot on m an American Nazi Part) .t imi who disrupted ipening prot eedings ol the House .n Monday by running onto the floor shouting Nn/i slogans The \i n. Robert Lloyd, was released upon forfeiture ol S2u in c llati posted b) him with help from co gc R ickwell. Rep Charles S Joelson, New Jerse) Democrat, appealed lo Dis Iricl "i Columbia legal officers to bring court action attains! the acts : Rep. Joelson said authorities have not taken adequate step, to deal with the Nazis. In lettei s to D.-.vid C. Acheson, United States attorney for the District of Columbia, and Chester Gray, Corporation Counsel for the District Rep. Joelson asked stronq legal action against Lloyd and the Nazi party to stop such incidents. In flagrant i o: urn ol tin defiance ol the Congress, Nazis in The same Kiev newspaper reported also that a man named Mikhail Yakovlevich Veiier, manager of the railroad depot at Dihanskoye, in the Crimea, Continued on Page 16-A American "Na/i Tarty for "syste|i, e | as t two years have created dis matic and deliberate acts ol dis orderly conduct." He said the Nazi agitation in the House Chamber this week was only one incident n a seneoi conspiracies "to dis nub the peace through systematic turbances during Congressional -. --urnincluding even the dis pla) ol swastika banners within the halls ol Congress and intru* Continued on Page 5-A '65 CJA Confirms $1,435,080 Goal FOR RtlATED STORIES SEE PAGE 1-C Announcement that the ExecuThe goal isome $50,000 above live Committee ot the Greater Mi that raised las) year and Slao. OHO ami Jewish Federation has apabove Ihe amount raised in 1963 ... ... ,.,...... ,.,„. ilia campaign chairman stated proved the goal <>t S1.43J.OS0 re ommended h> the 1965 CJA Can* paign Cabinet was made by DSgj Irving Lehrman, chairman. %  '"' 1 Sidiiev Lefcourt, president ol Fednation. "We have chosen a goal that we feel our CJA campaign can reach with the help of leaders of our community. It is important to us that our goal be one that meets the needs of our a-, encies in the community and of the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies serving men, worn en and children in Israel and 30 countries overseas," Rabbi Lehrman stated. %  •Furthermore, our goal must also be an achievable ami reab-Contmued on Page 10-A



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V ^enorah Ladies Plan airway to Stars Lunch 1 Doral Beach Hotel A Ot/ ovnan s UUorU ; %  Stairway to the stars on Of Temple Menorah. Sisterhood's major social will be held on Wednes• noon at the Doral Beach starlight Roof. Mrs. Elsie sky president, announced. theme of the function is are Heavenly." which • -N the idea of devotion to education and religious %  I nes Herbert Kaplan and i _al have outlined the pro il hi hliehl will be th -ion of lev iFashions • coordinated and cominen Edith Zipp i %  The Jewish Floridian a; models will the Sis •"! members Mesdames Elsie Belsky, Sol Frankel, Edward Klein. Sloe Kurman, Hen Krovetz, Benjamin Stein. Leslie Prince. Norman Harrow. Jules Slansky and Saul Ginsburg Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, in congratulating Sisterhood on its tenth annual Stairway to the Stars Luncheon, will briefly address the ladies in a talk, "Twinkle, Twinkle Big Star." Si n rhood of Temple Menorali underwrites the welfare ol the I. mi le' H %  io • • School program-, which inc 1 1 tl s Kursi %  • •( hool t h rough conl ation, Throu ,h sisterh I hel| '. %  pr am i % %  i ion c ication i' %  th %  "eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, January 15, 1965 Section B [Temple Or Olom Will Hold an Auction Event Or Olom will hold an • Saturday evening, Jan remple So< ial Hall, B755 51 men ai e Mrs. William nd Mi Lawrence Kaphave announced that Stern ">li be auctioneer ol items from furniture portraits will be up for Proceeds H ill be used for the construction ol a nev sanctu arj and additional classrooms a cording to Mrs Alvln Levens president of Sisterhood Sisterl d will hold a meetin on Thursday Jan 21 al the So Hall lit to Mrs Alb rt So o pr if.. i chairman. Function will feature a pre-auction ol cloth ng items, with MrLawrence VVulkan acting as auctioneer. n j bv ISABEL GRCVE ti i Yea I) md Baron dc Hi share this though! with •., ii iends Man i an d i %  in 1965 than to • ds togcl hei foi i he est ab %  • —..... %  |-ii i oi ;i orld ol peace, un 11 nd ng at n dual i ankind. H elect Nina Brisker honor • -i at a surprise luncheon Sal \ hosted b) her future : honor. Marianna Young in at the home ol her par' and Mrs. Ah x YoungerI'raii le Ave. Sharing th stive o casion, Mrs. David ] i Mrs Irving Querido, Mrs Bam Brisker, Mis Florence feet n, Eileen Seiden, Mrs A. i in Mrs ii Ropp, Mrs. P Kiel MrAdele Bernstein hostess mother, fteyna h well known artist, Mi s. N oi. : man iii hersell I c hon orcd Sunday aiiernoon at the Wort Ave Gallery I.I Palm beat She'll have 20 paint ings exhibition with the show conl ing through the end of the %  th II-. 300 guests attended the Grei Miami Chicago club gala nner dame on Jan. 2 at tne • iville Hotel, where they wen ntertained by headliners Cow. and bheila McCrae • Mr. I Mrs, Mike fisher Hew in l: Cleveland to be with her parei Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lao %  an. and Lois, charming daut i of tin Samu i Pearlmai lolidaying fiom the Uni vers i ollege w as anwng the mar. >njOying the t-to ther arra ed bj Howard \ Mesh Pret i ol the group is llai i s n ix and Bertha Gi im. • r hom< ri ady foi ti e im en< visit oi son, Di I harles wife Hale and child) en Ji nd Lauri I %  Gi .ii/ sei \ .'•_ h n sidi Chicag I'S Micha 1 Ri pil | II | famih ;: ma a a I the -A a) (iov. ntoi h Da ind Mrs. 1 Come May. there II he i when in Ri< %  Bet ried to the former Ruth Grata gi aduates from the S< hool o Medicine al Tulane mei Beach High and Hebri \ ( lemj student is majoring ii : ion and psychologj an< II %  a I_ .... I..., %  s %  v rman, and Mrs. Herwill show the 1965 fashions at Tei p] n chairman, review models, M< orah's Stairway to the Stars Lun nes Elsie Belsky, Sol Fiankel, Edward Wednesday ct the Doral Beach Ho;el. Klein, Moe Kurman, B^n Krovetz. Benjamin shown are Mesdames Jules Slansky and Saul Stein, Leslie Prince and Norman Harrow, who Ginsburg. Ellen We>ss tak-ng ; %  l\anta ie ol mid term break at Stem College lor Women in New York to spend some time with her par euts, Mr and Mrs Sol Weiss Now in her junior year, the for mei Beach High and Hebri in a no plans eventual!} to teach on her home grounds hen 1 Also in It rested in writing, many ol RI Ion's article.appear in her Col legc newspaper %  Arriving this week, winter resi dents from Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman, who will mark their 59th wedding anniversary on Saturday morning during ser vices conducted by long-time friend m Irving Lehman • Joining them on the happy occa sion will be their son. Irving Hy man, and his wife, of 3140 SW 14th St. Married in Russia in 1906, the Hymans have lived in Chicago since 1011 Joseph is artisiic rajagesentativc for prae lically^BjeiSjvell known cantor in tlu-Jb^ntfy Another loyal winter resident from Chicago, M ht/.. will be honored b) her daughter and son in-law Rutl Charles Jacobson, on her sotii birthda) The Jacobsons w ill hosl the Oneg Shabbat at Ti mpl Judej i! Jan 22 Continued on Page 4-B new from manhattan for reset '65! new easy-care shirting that's light as a breeze The only way you'll know you're wearing these new shirts is from the compliments! Forget about the iron, the wrinkles, the weight and all you have left is "souffle a new Dacron* polyester fabric so right for resorting. Choose from many plaids and stripes in resort shades of blue, yellow, brown, or or,-. Si piy charge it in S M.l.XL shirts, 8.95, |acs S10. ,. c ,,. ,,. .. floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI loi all 6 BurdiM'l II I •MIAMI MIAMI BEAI H CADEIAN? 163rd SiRELi FT LAI^ERDALE WEST PAL\A BEACH



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January 15. 1965 +Jew 1st iUrkJknr, Paqe 3-3 .£) •V Federation of Jewish Women to Find Out What Makes Community Tick noted authority on commuoil planning and community activit; Sponsored l>> the Federation i Jewish Women, the theme ol tl da\ is 'For Your Infoi mation kerhood of Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual mid-win[tea honoring life members of the Sisterhood on WednesI 1 p.m.. at the Seville Ho**l, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, preset, announced. Feature of the afternoon will be a "Chai hion Show" by Wilma of Lincoln Road Mall. Planning nmittee are seated (left to right) Mrs. Elliott Harris, life memship chairman and chairman of the day; Mrs. Shapiro, sident; Mrs. Jacob Katzman, program vice president; and ,s. Paul Pollak. Sending (left to right) are Mrs. Reuben fin, Mrs. Michael Sotsin and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Sishood past president. Women Slate Meetings Chapter of B'nai B'rith |en v ill 'mid itmonthly card 1 j ij n %  ii al the home ol iident, Mrs. Hilda Laza r^g," ,; i;n. kcll A\e K.li.'sh meat .ill !• -'-i \ < I On i iv-day. .'.in L'ti. the chap terviii hohl nregular evening tinal Coral Gables Federal. I Ponce de Leon Blvd. tpter Mad Hatters Luncheon is act lor Thursday. .Ian. 2tf. al Jordje Marsh Auditorium. Atlair. chaired l Mr.-. Harry 1'ato ami Mrs. .\\ Ivia I.iehman. will feature a firade oi hats and prizeThe \nruFrank Chapter, meet ruesday noon at the Park ( afcteria, "ill hoar a hook fv on "The Deputy" by Rabbi non Schiff, ol Beth El ConItion. • 4 n\ Laza.^s Chapter will I lesday evening, Jan 26, al kington Federal, 1234 Washin Ave, Film "ill be present^\ Southern Bell Telephone Co. Pioneer Women in Program |r.-. Milton Green, president ol leer Women, announced thai organization "ill hold its anCombined Jewish Appeal kheon at the Seville Hotel on May no of the first women's groups the community each year to out its own CJA program. Pioneer Women will welcome Irving I,eh mi an 19


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15, 1965 ^Jewlst) thcridHcir Page 9-C Reiseman Chairs Advisory Board In Greater Miami %  %  ^^H gas H n 4cry lEert Kinq High points to an ar* : st's rendition of the lew lunt %  ublic housing facility for the elderly soon to be-i I occupation. The 13-story structure, at NW 14th ^Hh St., which has a Day Center adjoining, was Homed the Robert Kinq High Towers by the Miami Houxaa JJPthon'y, who will operate it. From left are Martin Fine, Bicn of the authority, City of Miami Vice Mayor Sidbi^HL^ronovitz and Mayor High. Harvey I. Reiseman, a partner in the law firm of Reiseman, Selkowitz and Corrigan, has been appointed chairman <>t the city ul Miami Economic Advisory Board, He replaces tinformer chairman, Robert Shevin, who resigned in order lo devote more lime to bis duties as Dade legislative representative. Reiseman said he expects to call an early meeting of hicommit tee with Citj Manager Melvin Reese and business and industrial leaders. \ native oi Brooklyn, Reiseman was reared in ll&rrisburg, Pa received ins BA degree at Penn Slate University and moved to Miami in 1955 to attend Miami University Law School, fronj which he was graduated cum laude in 1958. He was associated with now Circuit Court Judqe Harold B. Spaet in the practice of law for six years, prior to forming the law firm in the Biscayn* Building with which he is now associated. HAKVtY RCISIMAN Reiseman lias been active in civic clubs and fraternal orders in Miami and Miami I'.eaeli lie served as governor of Miami I'.eaeli Moose Lodge 1851, chancellor commander oi Roosevelt Lodge 177. Knights of Pythias, a member of the Board Oi Directors oi ;i .i M ami Beach Bar Associate n, Board of Directors ol tlic_ .Miajnj. iieacji^ Sertoma Club and the All-Mis Youth Symphony. He rec< ntl> accepted an appointment as coordinator for Roosevelt Lodge of th< Pythian Youth Camp, which wil .sponsor ;i "Jamboree ol Stars" benefit show at Miami Beach Convention Hall Mar !! and !' lie lives at 7931 SW 14th T< i with his wile, the former Sandra in n n. of Portsmouth, Va., a I9."i graduate of the University oi Miami, and their daughter. Randi 4. Country fair Here Jewish lloim lor the Aged No I Miami Beach Auxiliary featured a Country Fair on Tuesdaj trom 11 to 4 p.m at Washington Fedcral Auditorium. 699 NE IGTth S\ President iMrs. Irving Salamov itz. tarrf ^earl Jp ling Rider • tion. the most Jewish race rider in Walter Blum. He won ndins title in 1963 and won enough races in >iire I of retaining the Blum has won more than 3001 ces, 5^B^ or tne nrst t,me m •rnorjfjfc not riding at Tropical rk. 1 ^Mther .U wish riders arc t beinVshut out. A youngster iitl i( Bock i jives every mill tioe %  evelopmg into a firstHis naifie iBarry Pearl, an 18ear-old \vh> ,.Mended Hialeah •A gehfeol %  %  • %  ~'>t his start in £.< Htn^ on weekendand ingvnool vacations. P#> r father always had a leeffftKrest in horse racing, and t waetta who talked his son into >eln§ • jockey Barry's progress z/as (JfW unti two seasons ago, • iner Bill Sacco took a him and put him under %  e -i\ horses in Florida l< Sacco, but could than fourth, on a %  r! Beloit. It was not un ntember at Atlantic City Vl finally found his way lilliler circle. Sacco put Scarlet Sage and Pearl lop led all the way and lengths h have any more vvinner.moved over to Garden I | said "Then I decid|s time 1 started doing %  g. I didn't have any agent ed hustling myself, going many trainers as I could. get on their hor-es. I | racethe last two weeks I'eBth,. .*•• .urn! now, the h. id-ajiBkiii Km (alahrese. '"I Pearl ride at Garden %  d i was tremendously unsaid Calabrese. 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Page 10-C +Je*lst> ncricfiar Friday. January 15 ,* Postage Men Elect Officers Harry Schwartz, founder and i president, has been elected honorary president of the Florida Postage Operators Association, xiciit, pioneer Miami Beach resident, was elected president ol the organization Other officers include Martin C. Schwartz, vice president; and Jos, ph Jabo, se< retary. Roan! members are Charles Mea chum. Ernest Fuld, William Woolf, Paul Kronenleld. Arthur Dobson, David Gibbons, .lack Gechtman and Abe Skolnick. Annual installation banquet will be Jan. 1" at the Carillon Hotel Dedicating the new Youth Lounge at Temple Ner Tamid are (left to right) Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard, cutting the ribbon; D. Dale Regent, chairman of the Youth Committee; Murray A. Shaw, president of the Temple; and Richard Belitsky, president of the Young Judaea Youth Group. Serving with Regent on the Temple Youth Commission are Rabbi Labovitz, Bruce Richman, Shaw, Michael Horwitz, Mrs Yvonne Burkholz, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Harry Holtzman, Mrs. Michael Horwi'z, Mrs Ralph Mervis, Mrs. Samuel Pearlman, Mr. and Mrs. D. Prichason, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Propper, Mrs. George Reese, Mrs. Shirley Wilner, Mrs. Paul Wilson, Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Kalmanson. Schwartz Heads Free Loan Group \1 the 15th annual election meetol the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association held last *eek in the auditorium of Con.. %  • ;ation Beth El, Isidore Schwartz A areelected to serve apresident ir the coming year. This ihis consecutive term in oflice. %  tthers to si rve are Mr, ii er, first \ ice president; Morris second vice presidl nl ; i: Siegel third \ ice presii Max Rappaport, treasurer; Is Kunst, recordin seen Ida Ochs, financial seen 1 Prii col respondinj set re ol Directors include M 11 r."-1 Rappaport, Rachel .-.kov.it/. Yvette Baxter 1 %  -r Rose S< hv artz, Pauline \\ w Berkov. M YolandJ istein. Anna Block, Mr. and '.'. 1 ei 11 %  Mi • .: M ~. I >e Rotenbe 1 Mr Mrs I Her, Mr and Brafl M nd Mrs G d Mr and Mrs Fendell. Mr nd Vlrs Henrj Garrison, Mr B Silverman, Mr. and Mrs Silvi rblal \ P. Ri 1 in the I redil Committee are ris Eckhaus. chairman, Sam er, Ben Silverman Fred Ochs Mi %  Rappaport, and 11• nrj Garri Mother Gordon's Blood Bank and 1. 1 bese Shel Ernes Emergency 1 uid is administered by a special mittee, consisting of the presi lent, first vice president, and lr ..Mirer ISIDCKC SCHWARTZ A & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why %  • swallowed by !*. clock' L.vtr9 dly in 0 .•# of shock' T ost vou' cores mt *h# ta. £• %  • %  yowrsolf om.d tho ••••!. *-"f f*"* '-sKing oil day 'o"9lovol a* n.ghr with m od • ••tf' A PARADISE' Yow con bo svfo. Swporb dmmf for fho opcuro. Accommodot'on-' TKo wry botf ill notivo charm for you to 'est. **hor# it thig ploco whoroof wo boos*' Jus* 20 mmufos fro*" ho U. S. coos*. An Islond co Mod Bohomg lod Aiwro wafs'i, c loo' sky ond sond. Uiwo hko o K mg and bo froo, ~omo bock to *h* B 19 Com* C Iwb Ml Biwttni. ^ANCHORS AWEIGH If ATCI BIMINI BIG GAME nUIEL FISHING cme BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS S7> Bay Harbor Club Elects Morgan Saul .1 Morgan, 9661 E. Bro id vif !i Ba> Harbor Islands, has been named president of the Bay Harbor Islands Club. A visitor here for the past 13 years, Morgan has been a resident I the tiny Hi-cayne Bay Island community for the past year, lie came here with Alexander Muss & Son-, builders of Seacoast Towers end currently building Seacoast d werg South. The Bay Harbor Islands Club is devoted to social and cultural activities. It has some 700 members and serves as one of the major community meeting grounds" lor r< sidents, Morgan sai. Formerly a resident of NewYork, Morgan joined the 70-yearold, multi-million dollar Muss organization in 1950. and rose within tlie company to the position of tea surer. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Barkin Sings With Orchestra Operatic arias, liturgical compositions and Israeli songs represented tenor soloist Jacob Barkin s con rribution to the Jan. 10 program ol the Miami Beach Symphony Ori hestra at the Miami Beach Auditorium at 8 p.m. Barkin has sung with major orchestras, including the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestras, and has appeared with opera companies throughout the world. He was one of the performers in the first staging of Fidelio in Hebrew translation given in Israel. Lasl year, Barkin appeared locally In the Pops Concert ".Night at the Opera Two Join Staff Of PR Firm Here Election ol Lois Nevins, a member of the Gulfstream Park public relatii ns staff for the past five years, as senior account executive ol the Gerald Schwartz Agency, Miami Beach-headquartered pubrelation firm, was announced l is week Perry Ciment, Journalism grad%  ate ol the Unh ersity of Miami. i h en ;>r imoted to account exec ul %  The agi ncj was I tunde I in 19 1the only Florida firm whuh 1a member "t Public ;:c lations Management Corp. Miss Nevins, a native Miamian 1 h Si graduate, I !!•' %  I in\ersit) ol i lorida \i; Ii ice from the I nivi Miami. Cimi • .J graduate ol the Miami Beach Hebrew Academj and Ner Israel High School in Balti more. While earning his AB in journalism at the l niversitj ol Miami, he was named to Kappa 'I an Alpha, national honorary society recognizing scholarship in j lurnalism. If i j /1, 1 < Leon Keyserling (second hom right), former Presidential eco nomic advisor, is greeted by Harold Dunsky (left) and Dr. Mar Lipschi'.z, spiritual leader oi Temple Beth Torah, at a reception sponsored by the Temple. Mrs. Dunsky is seen Dunsky is development director at Cedars of Lebanon Has-' pital. Left to riaht are Lucille Alterman and Herman Fisher in "Who Needs Money?" The fund-raising play by the Beth D Men's Club was seen recently at Spector Hall. Furniture Mart Elects Alexander A. J. Alexander, president of Kent Furni'ure. Inc.. has been elected president of the Florida Furniture Mart, statewide organization which annually sponsors a trade show under the same name. Alexander succ e e ds Randolph Malone, who now serves on the Board of Direc AllXANDlH tors. Also elected to the Mart are vice president, James Wiener, president of Kodawood Furniture; sec retary. Herman Kehtenthal; and treasurer. Milton Kane. Echten thai and Kane are manufacturers' representatives here. On the Board of Directors representing the Florida Association of Furniture Manufacturers, cosponsors of the Mart with the Florida Furniture Travelers, statewide salesmen's organization, are: John ( randall. Herman Fisher, Robert Foster, Irving Last. Howard Le\ine, Marty Martin. David Parker, and J. II. Komine. Representing the FFT on the board are Albert Barton, Irwin Fine. M William Gladstone. M. J. Jackson,'Joe Nelson. Jr., and Ed ward Sloan. Only 26 Jews Left in China By Special Report Chinese Jewrj 1almost extinct I roii 25 000 twentj years ago, the number ol persons registered with the Council 0| the Jewish Com munity in shanghai is 26 todaj These facts have been reported to the World Jewish Congress in New York by P. I. Yudalevicb. chairman of the Council, who rotes that the tiny community con -its of 20 persons in Shanghai and six in Harbin. The Community Council is primarily concerned with providing welfare facilities for needy mem-j bers. arranging Jewish education for the remaining children, and caring for the community cemeteries. In addition, the Council is occuj pied with requests from former members of the commuuity who lequire documentation of confinement in the Shanghai restricted, area during World War II to substantiate compensation claims Tills Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors TCH 1X1 Hi A] 31 A, l*J •uti '.)inj ln W-ed tM i"rn Ii ifora A


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Pccre 16-A kn ist fhridl in Soviet Press is Reported Still To be Defaming Many Jews Continued from Page 1A and • member of that town's municipal council, had been sentenced "to a long term of imprisonment." The man, whose name as spelled out is obviously Jewish, was accused of having Rabbi Kronish En Book Review Kronish, spiritual I, i Beth Shoiom I,, • %  mok rei lew "i "i*' l ,. \iphl n Lisbon.*' bj I M; a Rcm: i d y cxenina • % %  toriui to an an i Mr.*. Leo Li Si Sisterh i %  .or.* I 'lorn i %  \ •• % %  %  thf t ti s book i. VI r> So> i %  %  I > ihi Ti n pie's Re I -. \ i".iiul forged documents concerning the educational qualifications of railroad employees, for bribes. A director of the hi h was accused ol havin ; -hared Ihe bribes with Viczcr and ;enti need At Baku, the "criminal' was amed as lirail Israeli Semenovieh Bilmes. An electrical engineer, he was accused ol ha changed jobs nine limes in 13 years. • %  ha\ :na b ei I i • m ln~ ,\ork" and ol I •rude to his colleague* \ court acquitted him ol the i h Rabat i • he be fired I hi \losko< kj K msomolcts carried a ni rts "ii Je\< i1 legedlj tors and • %  : • that •! IS in vskj regii ii foreign postage nli 'an attempt ad illegally." Friday, ]c nucr ; ;; \, v : %  • Ai LUTl ^H fl A! bnerman, chairman of the recent Israel Cavalcade of Stars 1964, sponsored bv the South riorida Distiicts of the Zionist Organization of America at 'he Miami B=a:h Auditorium, congratulate:, the %  Mr cf the? cavalcade. Scrah Rubine. en the success oi the concert. Left to right are Abraham Grunhut, vice pies.,),.„. „< .v,„ fv*ir>Tnj r'"-'-V> 7v P %  %  • %  Ahp Rubin, ticket chairman of the caval cer* pianist. William Gunther; Sarcr one of Israel's greatest musical com Den Giller, patron hairman oi the c and Sherman. Front are Tan ai K'k< ber of the "P "Avram" Abrahcm Grc: -:eli NORTON TIRE CO •>* %  ,. \ # V2 TIRES SALE PRICED WORLD'S LAKOIS' B.F.Goodrich TIM DULIR\ / 10 STORES SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA — SINCE 1924 RH QUANTITIES LIMITED S ALL SIZES %  IACXWAU TbIITYPE 710>I 3 7*0-14 MHJ.IJ (0014• JO. It •0I6 WHITEWALL TUBELESS NO MONEY DOWN FREE, FAST MOUNTING We Mener Laial Department Stare Credit Card* A Natianal Oil Cenpaay Credit Caralt. %  ••• Ttraii Arraafladl OPEN SUNDAY 1700 N.E. 163rd Street 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue B. F. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guaranteed 24 Months! PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 as low as Complete Safety FRONT END JOB 95 INCLUDES: • Al'jninf front end • Pa.ancmg front wheels • Adjusting camber • ABjusUof ca ttf • Ad;ustirtf toe o.'t • MjvstiSf steering • Reoackir>g front -heel bearings WE ALSO CHECK: Brakes ujii Joints Shock Ibsorbtrs Muffler Tail pipe i 1 A • : Complete Safety BRAKE JOB INCLUDES: ^\ M rtf • Replacing |in "*( n *' • whetli 0 J M H*l • literhaulmf all atheel c> m # %  wU • Turnirc all drums if netdttfl B §_ • Ad|tist'ng brakes f ^T B tC 1 "rake lines %  BB 9 a Filllnf biake system with MVJ fluid WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings Shock absorbers Springs Cease seals Master cylinder Emergency hand brake !*•'! •' '.j ljl.cn lord Rj' l f • '" til Olhti amerxaCm SW.R4 Lifetime Guaranteed MUFFLERS Tou'll NiVER have to BUY anothe%  nuttier for VOLT present car Ours are guaranteed lor the life of jour car "RICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION P-ices Start At 95 in ML lai thi au WR H NOT 'Tarn Out" aer credit accounts to finance companies' BFGoodrich Our loth Year MIAMI 5300 KW 27th At. Open ?4 hours & all day Sunday 500 West Flaglar St. NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W 7th Ate. NORTH MIAMI BEACH 1700 NE 163rd St. ooen til 8pm Sundavs 9am to 5 pm MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Road SOUTH DADE •001 S Dint Hwy. open til 8 p n. WEST HOUYWOOO 601; Holl,oof Blvd. at State R.id ./ HOMESTEAD 30100 South federal Hwy FT LAUOEROAIE 1830 W Breward Blvd WEST PALM BEACH 62/ North Dme MECHANICAL SERVICE AVAILABLE AI ALL STORES'



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:-aqe 10-A 9-Jmlstnwkiiar Friday. January 15. 1065 65 CJA Confirms $1,435,080 Goal Continued from Psge 1-A one. The figure selected by the ecutive Committee and the paign Cabinet la just this, ;< e success or our Combined .leu ii Appeal and the importance ol passing our goal can be shown rough our allocations made to \ stituent agencies followIhe successful 1964 campaign < %  i lited Jewish Appeal ami agencies overseas re ed over $617,000, an incream ive the previous year In 1965, when l.IA and its ag%  ies expect to rescue and retle Ihe largest number oi immigrants than at any time since World War [I. the importance oi ; : hieving our goal can be readilj • ten. Dr Lehrman asserted. 'Ihe I-O..IOIUIIU> relations agen oieai such" as the American Jewish C o m in it tee. Ann • Defamation League, kjaarieaa Jewish Con -. ard oth< rs. av ell as the i ncies am network of 41 institutions and in/.'Hot:supported i>> the an nual drive, received over IS from la-t year s s ic< essful cam n thai wa> an increase oJ I etter than S6 "Only through a successful campaign can we meet these needs at the time when help is of vital import," declared Lefcourt. "V*"* have made great strides in providing help to those who formerly had to wait for service at our local Federation ••O' encies and have helped to save hundreds of thousands of lives when the opportunity arose. -The realization ol the importance ol everj additional dollar above M I oal cannot be under itiuiated. and 1 know that on* ,n the community will rally bf hind CJA and 111 Lel.ini.in. 0111 lags chairman, not onlj to meet In goal but to surpass It." ON RfJURV fROM TRIP TO ISRAtl Campaign Cabinet to Welcome Dr. Lehrman %  embers of the Campaign Cabiof Combined Jewish Appeal l initiate the 1965 campaign at eception and dinner at the Dip i.it Country Club on Monday, 0 p m At that time, thej will Icome Or. Irving Lehrman, • npaign chairman, on Inarrival m a special mission to Israel i Kir ipe tistinguished guests ;it the open( am lign meeting will be Joh Meyerhoff, United .!<• ..! h norary chairman, who %  ved as general chairman of the L'JA nation wide ampaign, 1 Rabbi llerb.rt \ Fried cutive vice chairman ol the Hed Jewish Appeal Among those planning to wel: me Dr. Lehrman upon his re-.rn from a 12-day mission to Isrtel and Europe are the associi-e and co-chairmen serving dirt ctly under him in the 1965 ampaign. They are Jerry Blank, Sem Blank, Shepard Broad, Sam.el Friedland, Joseph M. Lipen, Max Orovitz and Carl ,'. einkle. (embers of the Campaign Cabiwho are also sharing in the msorship of the reception and ner include the following: ;.eonard Abess. William Agrar e. Sidney D. Ansin. Jacob M. f vcy, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Louis e~ler. Mrs. Richard lirickman. ph E Brooks. Leo A. Chaikin. -eph Cohen, Leo F.isenstein. L> m Ell, Paul Faske. A C. Fine. \id B Flceman. %  Uso, Mrs A. L. Glickman, Sam Idmar Burton B. Goldstein. Na • an S. Ciumenick. Marshall S. iris. Sam J Heiman, Daniel ,il Heller. Dr Norman S. Jaffe, lest Jims, Howard Kane. Aaron Kanner, Irving Kaplan. Leon ilan Louis Kenin. Jay 1 Kisklso, MrInez Krensky. Sidney court Sam C. Levenson. Sam bj Jr Baron de Hir-ch Meyer rs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Ben Meyers, Harry Mizrach, Emil Moi ton. Alexander MUSS, Stanli > C Myers. E. Albert 1'allot. Norton I'allot. Jacob Rabinewitz, Joseph M. Rose, Leonard Rosen Also, William s Ruben, Irving MILTON WEISS Symposium Set At Ner Tamid The third in a series of synipo ,amis will he held at Temple Ner Tamid on Wednesday evening. The monthly s>mposiums. part of the adult education program of the synagogue, are sponsored jointly by the Temple and Freedom Lodye ol B'nai B'lith. Participating in the symposiums will be Tobias Simon, local attor ney: Herbert Miller, local busi nessmaii and member of Ner Tanud; and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer. director Of the Union ot American Hebrew Congregation here. Rabbi Eugenfl Labovitz. spiritual leader ol the Temple, will act as moderator Subject of the sympo < sium will be 'Are Business and Ethks Compatible" ulnes Special i i # Occasion ^ Have that S Meeting. nquel, or You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I it th lor Informatlorti HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dlfr.lor, JE 1-6061 Ith SI. A Collln Avo. Kubin. John Serbin. Fred K Sho chet, Saul Silberman, Harry Sirkin Milton Sirkm. George Sogg. George Talianoff, Byron .' Topol, Mrs. Carl Weiiikle. Milton Weiss, In ng Wexler, and A B. Wiener i Weiss to Chair Finance Division For '65 CJAppeal Milton Weiss, presi lent and le pal counsel ot Miami Beach Fed Savings ami Loan Associa has accepted the chairman ship ot the Finance Division "f the 1!M;.-I Combined Jewish Appeal Announcement of Weiss' accept was made Jointl) bj Dr Ir\ ing Lehrman, !%."> campaign chair ii ..ii. and George Talianoff, co Chairman ol the Trades and Pro fessions Council Weiss, who is a senior mem ber of the law firm of Meyer, Weiss, Rose and Arkin, will head the program on behalf of CJA's 41 agencies in the local community nationally and throughout the world. The Finance Division is com posed ol the lollowina leading sroups: bunks, savings and loan associations, mortgage companies, loans and finance companies, stockbrokers, and general in.-ur anca and liJe insurance. Weiss, who became president ol Miami Beach Federal on Feb. IT 1964. has served as lesal counsel tor the bank since its opening in 1935 with Charter No 2 from the Federal Home Loan I'.ank Board A native of Brooklyn. N.Y. Weiss attended schools in Miami Beach and closed the association's lirst home mortgage loan soon after graduating with honors from the I "nivei sity ot Miami He \va> elected to Miami Beach Federal'.. board and named a vice president in 1937. At 28, Weiss was tha youngest person elected to the Oade County Board of Public Instruction. In business life. Weiss seldom arrives al the office later than 8:30 a.m. lie devotes much of his time and energy to CIVIC and com nuinit) alt airs as did his mother Mrs, Hose Weiss who earned Lhe nickname ol "Mother ol Miami Beach Zamora Pupils Mark Arbor Day Temple Zamora Beligioua School children will celebrate Arbor Da> on Sunday Children ol the Religious School .-.ill take part m a tree planting cerenioin on the Temple groundDances and %  fngjng will be part ol the program. Alonn with the ceremony, children will receive cand> in honor ot Tu I; Shevat. A mpaigfl ipresents MI f OI I the school lor the Je V I Fund Children will plant their treein ( the .lohn F Kenned) Freedom For• eat Two Generations of the same family were represented at the installation of new officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the new YMHA. 8500 SW 8th S* last Sunday. Shown (sec ond from left! is inttailing officer, A. Budd Cutler, honorary president oi the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, as he passes the gavel to his uncle. Boris Cutler, who took office as pres ident ot Ihe club. Shown looking on during the ceremony are Efraim H. Gale (left!, executive director of 'he Greater Miami "Y." and Abraham Benin (right), outgoing club president (See story. Page 2-C the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at D0ML on the ocean at mi ami beach A new standard of •legance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed wedding*. luncheons, business moating*... ranging fross 10 to 1000. or inamiami country club setting Spaciousness i* the keynote of your affair amidst the plushrvsM of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets ar* enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort estate. For compltt* dtlaili. p/a*# cell Mr. David Kovac. Dimior •/ food and Btiwmf Doral Baach Hotel and Country Club JE130Q* •' Congratulations • in nrrt&r? •••••• Then go no further! Cur eryrt caterirg staff will arrange your party right down to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, *eddmgs. Bar Mitz.ehs. Birthdays — deserve our very special handling. Partial from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (U) ON TKB OCEAN AT *3rd ST*T. MIAMI BEACH %  +?** ..Mpumn" 1 w. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Tbay an tmequaiied la their profaulen. I Tbsy ar* th* oUldo's catering staff. Tbsf wiUawM a success of any pair... • wwklng...a Bar MM*. • • • buslaai* m m\ asMting or a social luncheon. They m f serv* f MB 2fl to 1000 flinan with ftaa fooi ( %  partly praparad in tha oiLido's newtf tscoraud Cotillion Room.They'll arranta tor whatavsf space you require. Can Ik. Takhnsr t JEffetson 8-0811 for tbo •set function you'vo ewv naat e A nirtun ramUj %  *•> %  **•* OCIAMfROMI, COLLINS VtHUE AND Lincoln R00 MUL



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Paqa 10-B +Juris* thrkHatn Friaay. janucry lO Beach B'nai B'rith Women Plan Variety Of Functions Here Next Week ion show, 'Trip to Wondedj-, will be hold J.n. 27 at noon 3 Deauvillc Hotel. Mrs Bet T baum is president Leo Pfeffer (left), special counsel of the American Jewish Congress, and Bernard S. Mandler (right), chairman of the South Florida Commission on Law and Social Action, receive Scrolls of Honor in recognition of their work on behalf of civil liberties and human rights from Rabbi Leon Kronish (center), national AJCongress vice president. Pfeffer, Mandler Honored by AJC • her 350 people attended a meetin-; of tribute to Leo Pfeffer. special counsel of the American Jewish Congress, and Bernard S. Mandler at the Everglades Hotel last k in recognition of their work on behalf of civil liberties and human rights, with special referi net to the religion-Bible reading ,. -r ,ii Dade Count} Spi nsore I %  %  the South i tuneil "i American Jewish Coness Women's Division and Metlitan Chapter, the overflow Dr Pfeffer dehould be no i •:. in the future relating i A period • adjustment will bring about chai ges hu h ill -li irtly see %  %  proi Presiding al the meeting chairman ol South I la Council Commission on Law and Social Action. the body within the American Jew ish Congress which takes test cases to court and drafts legislation to enforce legal guarantees >i equality and freedom; fights discrimination ba-ed on race, relig ion or national origin in emploj % %  %  • education, housing, immi • and other areas: seeks t< protect rel ious liberty and stl • Jthens t ..ration of church and stat otherwise fosters Is and r all Americans cipating in th< ere Mrs Hem Kan %  %  • I | '.;•': hapter, v h intr luced I R ; i m Kronish, pri • %  Southeast Ri gion and na • i nal \ ice president ol \n lewish ss. w ho presented Honor I Pfeffer and Mandler Laibs Irving LaiDson B23D HAWTHORNE AVE — PHONE 866-6651 MIAMI BEACH 41. FLORIDA January 1, 1965 Jeer Sol: ^reat deal of occasion the ~rnice and I want to thank you for helping to make our boy's har mitzvah such a success The fcoc was excellent -.any people callea up the next cay to tell us the same er.c we know that you went to a ;ble to help .-take the success it wi xf ever Bernlce or x can be or any service t< you, please feel free T o call on us. ..e'll u e ..-.: .. tc r c | you to any ore •hatsoever because you lid such B •.. rful job for us. „, •sincerely, Jfr* > %  &&>. C ~s mi** 501 WO* UN 6-6 Unda' V-.C .., ***** ::" ,„*>..> i f Miami Beach Council, B'nai r.nth Women, has scheduled the ,iollo\wnu meetings ta January, ac. cording to president Mrs Max Kern Chai Chapter meetTuesda) at he Deauvillc Hotel, Meeting will (0 devoted to -' white elephant ale Proceeds will go to B'nai frith philanthropies Refreshnents will be served. Co-chairmen ire Miss Helen Silver-tein and Mrs. Helen Hoffman Mrs Kuth ore) is president %  Frdem Chapter meets Mnila> t the Deauvillc Hotel at 1 p.m. Togram, co-sponsored by the North Shore Chapter, will be a Iramatuation of "Too Young to c a Grandfather." by WUlardi l.-mple Mrs Howard Dutkin ipresident Harmony Chapter meets Tue-„> Jan 26, at the Chase Feder ll. 41st St. and Sheridan Ave., at 8 p.ni White elephant sale will hi leid, with all proceeds to the Leo v Le\i Hospital at Hot Springs \rk for the treatment ol arthril tuberculosis and other diseases., ind for the ChildrenHome in srael to re-tore emotional!) nrbed children Refreshments will %  •• set ved Mrs Elsii Belskj i> hairn Mrs. Geo e < inl ei ling pcretar) for the Miami Beach 'ouncil, A as the recipient ol tin nnel T club contesi award At. idditional award was presented to he chapter president Mrs Jack (en Hatikvah Chapter meets I PS lay, l p.m., at the Morton Towers Restaurant Guest speaker will he Philip E Heckerling, vice presi lent ami estate planning officer of he Mercantile National Bank Ol Miami Beach, who will discuss Women and Their Estate Plan i ling Problems." on Tuesda). Feb 9, l p m a aid party will he held in the forth and South lard Rooms at he Morton Towers to raise funds or B'nai B'rith philanthropies lhairman iDavid Eskine Co bairman is MrMax Berkoff 'resident is Mrs Cecile <; Klugi Menorah Chapter meetTuesda) Ian 26. at Miami Beach Federal Vashington Ave .. | In Rd Narrative form ol thi no\ ii \ B I lor th< F I lor film nth as 0 ing* he 1 ; ) the B %  in) Mcry Poppins' ^Sow ct Coral Theater in Gables II of com bin ction '•.> with the am nated cartoon on the -ame screen lot been conside i ol • %  ney's major contributi i n the motion picture mei t expert!) his ni Mar) Pop at the i "oral 'l heal ; G lies Sta n_ i". the P I. n.i\ers Dick V'ai Dyki i ,.> nis Jol %  %  and I: heMrJohn Benjamin Ipresident Miami Beach Chapter meets on Tuesday, i-' 30 p m at the Dean vilkeHatel. 'The Deputy" will be reviewed b) Melvyn Frumkes, at torney, member oi the Executive Board of Miami Chapter ol American Jewish Committee A movie will be -hown entitled "Building for the Future." Refreshments will be served than man is Mrs Ann Kaufman President is Mrs Sally Fisher North Shore Chapter meetMon .lay. 1 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Kuth Kerdyck will give a dramatization of "Too Young •o be a Grandfather." by Willard Temple. The annual luncheon and fash RESTAURANT • n1 / fear of Music DINNftS FtOM $2.25 open from 5 PM. 'til S A V K mo $>*t Drinks BILL JORDAN and hu world famou* Twin Piano* 11 MIAMI S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT The C/,;„ JH.uf SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 Complete CHOW MEIN DINNER R A Comp'tl OPEN DAIIY 3:31 to 10 Ml. SUNDAY I fo 9 P.M. 100o AIR-CONDITIONED MUKOKl SHOPPERS! If Your feet Hurt And Yno Wnnt To Relax Over a CUD of Cotf^e or t Complete Meal HERE'S THE PUCE! 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t—. I kntsllkillitn Rabbi Koses lehrman to be Speaker At Testimonial for Or. LipscMtz Here %  ii rorxw t-: I Refcrm Teens In Conclave —%  i %  • %  %  -, >• •• %  %  %  •* o Detn met :v Mc • ., Friday. *cr..^ry K j • %  tr mom imtrntn Brandeis Women In Benefit Show Hiami BV % % %  V | %  • %  ; Biatai ~ ', of Bran hunal • '. < • rni tlM BMttHMi premiere Mayiarr Ar f*i •• Ji' i • theatre tm TV • &f %  ••. • • • one ft r' %  • • Argentine Nazis Defame Site %  % %  • eei %  • -. •• ... T: Keb-ew-Sp?3king Group kl| I • % % %  .%  --tt.;n. %  ~ n Bead % • Taeadi -' Tea '.*Taa %  • -md •• -: •• • M JULES PEARLMAN. A.S.A. • %  fiiirtrfM |M 'TOO GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOUNG" H • # I t v W •* %  -. I In Since N v.••-. %  —r v — ••--; i. I STATE S-COWOE**tATTOH-a~" ;H_F-NANCING 6 'iff eEAL APPRAISALS ESTAT r ^ LOO S3 r p • e ci •-OW S rot vE %  r y i i • • >• 1 ....... %  •n -; 1 tT*H IHVJM1CE lt*l fSTlTf MS ll* 1VE P. 377-<>5S *• r'Si* la •-':• e> t 1 IWi %  \ri; \<.i;\< v i is SMMtn Ml VOMESS i( '*E :'••; VBJBI NUIOS lESTAoaajn i "cm rap SPRAY p "-• QUICK SOOTHING RELIEF ft* At r* • eA _: z >vt i i; _{ KLKF CMUima %  facaast ma ma ieS u^t: funeral NASSAU VIA S S FLORIDA f> — m promise ... (he f. ••>. '.• %  ;;.< ,._.. roandinps TV rt •r.r enoujh? I ... Heie.in '.->? !-allv-h • • '1 • I *' %  %  %  %  i'lty and a a: %  r i raooaj service at a cost DO pttUv I rer.RiTernde Chapel*, in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and North l>ak' u inly... n call fifty states! Thai is why so many (amities ask Rlrerside to (ske( jntiniis. St yoTfyl Agrfor &f -It co'o foW'—or TMI • O STIAM$HI CO Pit* No 2 6 *c/ne 6v.lvrd r>d lOrh Slr#t, TtlprK>r> FR 9-336 riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami E h: 1250 Normandy Drive • 19th Sal ^ JE 11151 Miami:D. lat3.W.17thStrMt* 11 ---t fth XI i Beach: 100CO X.E. 19th ATSBM • AVI 7-6091



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January 15, 1965 +JewlslincridUar Paqe 15-B !J NN I e? $ ng on as Dr. Benjamin M. Kaufman (second from left) •es his citation are (left to right) Cmdr. A. Henry KauffDSC. of the Legion of Valor. Chapter 25; Cmdr. Jacob -.er; and Julius Kleineibst. ictor Honored Veterans" ffoir Here i .an • T wa~ installed ;n nder ol the Veterans of War i ol Miami Beach at a •• rei %  the Veterans A rs Hall. 650 West ri monies IJi-i ii inin M. Kaufman disabled vel %  | the or .i ., k Rosen, senior \ i<' >ph Nodelman, ler; J. Horoister; Max Lencha lvo ate; Emanuel adjutant: Ed Pfeilter, Kleineib I \ Henry Kauffjff j |5, |-|i %  (I I llhl'Il. U-.l-tri--. Kai/. sergeant at arms; i; Thorn, supply officer; Mendelson, chaplain is a diplomate Board oi Internal Medsei vi : in in.' U.S. Army and .i hall years during ar l! and w a s discharged r nk "l major. He is a of the American Legion nic Lodge i Before com"oral (.allies, he practiced ; stcj I. 1.1 where he was • Bellevue linspit.il. iroon Hospital and chiel icinc t Lakeside and ii k Hospitals. ifmun has been associated • Veterans Hospital at Cor • for the past five years NORMAN WHITNtY Ufoi Night 11 ood • : Temple Zamora l id itannual Jai-Alai night I II sdaj at the Miami Jai mton. Chairman of the at 11Mrs, Sam Altman. *NYL TILE INSTALLED Free Estimates SHAW FLOORING TU 8-8239 Rabbi Kror.ish To be Speaker At Zionist Club Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guesl speaker at the weekly Luncheon Miami Bea< h Districl Zionist Organisation ol on W • Inesday noon at thi RiU : tel Rabbi Kronish who has been r ol Templi Beth Sholom lor the past 19 years, is an active 7.\ mist leader and has ed continuously during tins period as a member of the Beard <.i Directors ol the Miami Beach Zionist Districl \.,imn:i vice president ol the American Jewish Congress and a national vice chairman oi Israel Bonds for Reformed Congregations, he has visited Israel several times. Rabbi Kronish will diseuss "Dialogue between America and Israel." William Agranove, veteran Zionist leader, will bo honored together with the Hebrew speaking group composed Of Miamians who converse m Hebrew and who regularly attend the luncheon meetings Dr. Abraham Wolfaon will review the news, and Jacob C. Fishman. chairman ui the club, will preside. Whitney to Talk Before AJCong. Justine Chapter Norman Whitney, national secretary for Peace Education tor the American Friends Service Committee, will be guest speaker at a meeting of Ihe Justine Chapter ol American Jewi.sh Congress al Ihe home of Mrs. Irving We-tm, 1021 \\ 46th St Miami Beach, on Tuesday at 12:i0 p.m. Whitney, who is visiting ihe Smith Florida area to meet with various community groups in help ing to assist in the planning ot peace education, will speak on Turn Toward Peace A report on the participation ol American Jewish Congress in the national Turn toward Peace Movement will be given by Mrs. Irving Kaplan A special welcome will be given to new members of the chapter. who are Mesdames Ruth Druker. Rose Zeigmund, Rose Greenberg, Delhi Applebaum, Mollie Bush man, Ethel Shapiro, Shirlej Spec tor, Anna Stein, Ronnie P, stern. Mae S. Redston, Fay Goldman, Ethel spcio. Esther K N'eaman Lillian It. Cohen, Tibbv Smiley. 1.••derm. HI. Rose D no \ i/. Sally Bevenow Miriam R \ ei nick, Harrit t S i\ er, Esther Z I Muj V\ Faj Gold \ mil l. • lyr B ,i n Eli '• ".'ii •'•ni .1 Lip ilarion 1 Mrs .'.a k sli ipiro will conduct the welcoming ceremon> Rabbi Jaite at Confab Rabbi Samuel .lafte. Temple Beth El. Hollywood, attended a two-day conference on economu issues sponsored by the Committee on Justice and Peace of the Central Conference ol American Rabbis lasl week in Washing! >i D. C United Synagogue Moves Florida Region of the I'nited Synagogue of America has moved its offices to 2355 Salzedo St.. ("oral Gables. Executive director is Rabbi Allen Kulchik. Forty-Niners Will Meet Wednesday Forty -Niners Of Temple Kmanu El will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.. in Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzinan. president, announced. The meeting is open to members and their guests. A musical program has been arranged in honor of the host tor the evening, lsadore Epstein Gustave Freeman Dies at Age 80 Gustave Freeman, of 1443 West Ave., died here Jan. 9 at the age Ol BO Mr Freeman came to Miami 13 year ago from Brooklyn and was a member ol the Elks and Miami Beach Music and Arts League. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; three asters, Mrs Minnie Kessler nnd Mi Est< lie Zut kerman, both ii Miami Bead and Mis Lennie \ • s k City Servii i held Jan 11 at i with in JWV Department Meeting Sunday Department ol Florida. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a st wide executive meeting at the Tampa Shcralon Hotel on Su morning Department Commander Ainslee H. Ferdie and Department Auxiliary President Rhoda Deutsch, of Hollywood will address the offi cers and members Fortj post commanders, auxiliary presidents and department officers art expected to attend from South Florida. Principal discussion will center around recent dissemination of anil Semitic literature near the University Of South Florida. Plans tor a department brotherhood program to be held on Sunday evening, Feb 28. in No Miami Beach will be announced Arthur Skop and Cy Woolf. of Tampa, have been named chairmen ot arrangements for ibis meeting. LIEBSON s %  I '• II.I l.illll ....... ... 1 • I II 1.1II I, III \l. I. I I I %  /. i II Y, HIIIVH I'IIIII hinej i ililln l< • %  Ml \ • %  'My Fair Lady' Attracts Crowds "My Fair I.adv." the musical stage version of <.;. B. Shaw's Pj n.alion. is continuing to attract large audiences to the Warner Bros. SIT million motion picture version now showing at the Lincoln Theatre. Starring are Audrej Hepburn and Rex Harrison Stanley Hollo v.ay playAlfred P. Doolittle, the London Cockney. Tu B'Shevat Party Tu B'Shevat. Jewish Arbor Day. will be celebrated at Temple Emanu-EI on Sunday and Monday. Jan. 17 and 18. On Sunday, the children of the Sunday School. Iiaily Religious School and Confirmation Department will observe the holiday in their classrooms and receive the traditional fruits prepared by the PTA. ALBERT S. I Vi,'. III. Ii li DOSSICK. |ki I'l in I %  uUBERNICK. •'.. \ \\ %  •vOVWISER. Mis. Marl -. i. •;. i KOPLIK. Ml |l |.i i.\ V i I 'i.-.l .n llltmk KRASNE. Mil %  %  M I 'I %  • fl W v lioi-ilon Ri^ER. M:I ~' u r, %  Si n •' dun ESKOW. I-Mwiinl H.. %  NK iHtli Mr, ill.-l .Lin i" Itivi STANDER. VV till III. Ill ISUI Klul VV .. \ .1 I I'l" WATM AN. Ml" M, 7". %  ll St.. riii •! i.in '• lllvfi DONDES. Ml • i r, T1 ••'' •Ho" Ai. Si iviefs III I'rooklj II Itlveri in s MIIIM Klvi-rx ill WEISS, low ll HI, o( 103(1 I Hi s>< i: .i via,. SHEAR. Mr* Ruhr, S3. ..t' :;" -w St., ,I I--.I .l.in N lln %  %  !. GERBER. MUX, 7". Il 2 VI.I...II Ai, dieil .l.n. :• Kivi-hl. LENTIN. liftty, ".il. .a 33S N..i-ni.in.I> I ii illi-il .l.in %  Ku .r-i.l. fioow Desires to Meet ;it • Gentleman, age 60 to 65. Pl-osColl Ina 758-4294 WANTED ROOM TH KITCHEN PRIVILEGES | yoonq lody of e 22. Prefer heme M rKert are other young adults. Coll F* 9-3792, Room 825 WANTED: • • %  ••i lady "ii In Miami city |, who it interested in making a ] dollars each week, one afternoon ce evening a week, at 75c per on an r •-., sitting Job for a It elderly lady. Beth David 8>nabe area. References. | daughter for details at JE 2-3058 JOKING FOR 'ototo Salad See Rage 16-B Temple Judea FINE ARTS GUILD Presents for 1965 • DANIEL and DIMITRI JAN. 23 NOTED ISRAELI ARTISTS • SIDNEY HARRIS F. 24 NATIONALLY SYNDICATED COLUMNIST • ISRAELI TROUBADORS plus MARIE MISAKURA MAR. 21 MUSICAL ARTISTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR 320 Palermo Ave. Coral Gables, Fla. Series admission by donation $5.00 Adult Lecture Series Resumes Beth David Congregation will begin iis second series oi adult %  ires and discussii n sess • I IJ i r om :• in in p in in building al B >.i\ id on with the R er A. Li ,i ctun %  liscussini leader Theme for Hi nenl Ri bbi Le\ i • • i ill be "Roots—Ho ... Prayer." Classes in Hebrew and Bible take place from 8 to 9 p m All classes except Hebrew for beginners are npen to new students are not continuations "i the first semester, The sessions are open to the community Bay 0RT Chapter Bay Chapter of Women's iean ORT met for luncheon Tuesday, ll 30 a m al the M i Carlo Hotel Louis Schv artzn executh e director ol B ireau Jewish Education, reviewed I Deputy LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND roH DADfc TOl'NTN FLORIDA l\ PROBATE No. 65454-B IN UK Kslati ••! I'Afl, H VXKl Hill li... NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ i .us i III %  lii-iiiuml* Vniilii* •• -I i %  • I HI :• |Ull ril l'i • '! %  I Hi.. ,>i.,i. ••• I'Afl. n KANKimn %  • \ I •! i lltj iila. tn I li.i •!.' • •..,.• i-i.imis .Mni HI,, ill. >-•! • In ilui IM.I .i> '...v I. •! r S*i lull .%  iii ih. : offli • •" Hi.%  '..iiniv I'n ll Ihoiim ll i 'mli • : v. 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?..ge 14-A vJmldh fk>rldHar Friday. January 15, 1965 f Wrife as I Please By CARL ALPERT There are Plans-No Implementation of Them Haifa N OT lonj! ago, tli' newspapers here carried announcements thai the Jew i~h NaticMi.il Fund was about to com mence large-scale planting ol pasture grasses in certain mountainous areas ol the country. The news was a sourc< al satisfaction to mam friends and supporters of the JWF who had previoust) been critical ol the organization's stubborn insistence on planting trees il onl> trees, irrespective ol ihe opinion ol experts The eminent and respected sod conservation author Prol Walter Lowdermilk. hi • Bgain and again warned :ael thai indiscriminate planting <>i trees has res a seri us lowering <>f the underground water table, .,,. trees are great consumers ol water Lowdermilk has me, and has repeated in public statements, thai the asses on hills ild prevei t erosion as eel trees, would save water resources would at the game time provide pasture for Israel's meagre meat supplies. Mountainare a source ol water, not of timber, he says Unfortunately, the planting of a tree has become mething ol a holy cow among friends of the .INK over seas There is no doubt that trees have their value, and more i re needed—in their place. No one can question the need for blanketing arid areas with shade giving trees Ever? visitor to Israel enjoys the sight of the shaded ave nues and boulevards and public roads, where fast-grow eucalyptus add to (Joe charm and beauty ol the land scape But tree-planting must not become a religion. Wiener, director of water planning tor Israel reports on the completion of tests made in Israel. They lei similar tests made in Arizona, and thej produced same results pasture grasses are just as effective as tree.in prevent i ei sion, and consume less water Further. Mr Wiener puthis finger on an area ol close to a million dunams ol hillj land toda) covered bj ... [| this ground wen l covered w it I certain Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Nasser is Like 'Harmless' Reformers Washington! T HE 89th Congress will make i: ird on a number i I is • the State D I would like to keep quiet \lember*| : i i ngress are draftin %  demands i ir total severance ol ai I to I | %  indictator Nasser's sug gestii n that fcme i to hell The i.-sue no longer hinges or Egyp tian preparations for a [gression against Israel or continued meddling in the Yemen Nasser's boast that he Is providing Soviet arms to pro-Communist Congolese rebels is too much for Congressmen who foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Gurion's Battle Jerusalem TO BE Hank, this is one subject we feel reluctant to write about Chiefly, because one wonders whether it could at all be explain ed t i the reader outside of Israel. And also b e c a u s e one is not free to into the detai of the •affair Indeed th re ithe i cult) in explaining even to %  the phenomenon of the stru ig e the wa> it developed the intensity with which Ben-Gurion pel < in ins uncompromising stand and the vehem• ihe oppo>ition I e ha encountered True, there is not i eh new in seeing ar battled Ben-Gurion. More than once in the course ol his long leadership have we seen him taking to the battleground undeterred b> the odds However. Ben-Gurion, the great and experienced tactii irded them — certainly not the waj he did now. nor did he ever so tail to perceive the i ol the peple. For raanj weeks il had become thai Ben-Gurion was becoming more and more isolated in his demand I >r the reopening by the ernment ol the "Lavon Affair." He gave not the slightest indication I retreal or readmeto promise With his unusual vitality and force—and so unusual for a man of 79—he fought hibattle, writing numerous articles at experts political opponentat insidi and outside ol his own part) "Even il l am left al ne and is lated I shall continui to I t for what I consider i ight .*nd just." lie d< %  > due doubts whet: pate I -uch a hostile real tipn S from his past expi riei ed Hi it this I too he would, in %  • Indeed at lh< I it u eeting ol the Mapai Centi ( ommitl • pearance an I forcel tipping the s< ale in his I ivor; and thi nd to a sume thai it was because ol this I I the vote had not been taken ..t that meei g It was there and then it appears, that Eshkol ••• %  I to resign. This move brought about ., rad Pre mier Eahkol thus frei ol Ihe unbearable dilemma which laced him on the part) grunds ol either yielding to Bet therebj chancing ;, breakaway ol Ahdut Avoda from the Government coalition and the end to the prospects of a Mapai— Ahdut Avoda alignment, or of rejecting Ben-Gurion's demand and thus taking on the responsibility for a possible -plit in the party By resigning. Eshkol >hiUed the onus unto the party, placing before it the alternative Of either entrusting him with the tormation of a Government on his own terms or ot giving the task to someone else. He knew well there was no "somene else'" within Mapai who. in the circumstances, could have won wide enough support in the party and succeeded in forming a coalition Government. painfully aware that America sub>idizc> I ;j ptian i i %  Stal D tmenl : id to Nassi sspite his Castro-1 lings the hope "I men! The Department's Seal Eastern Division isaid b) some to contain more pro-Nassei apologists than the Egyptian Embass> \ issei can denounce the I > Ambassador down an American civilian plane, facilitate the burning of the I S Information \genc> library, and >,-m\ arms and military officers to help the Congolesi rebels murder American missionaries—and j with it all The situation todaj ireminiscent fficials who once s a u the Chinese Communists a harmless "agrarian reformers'' Today, many state Department career officers still sec Nasser as ,i well meaning -Arabian reformer." Congress will not ignore Nasser's support ol the Communist Viel Cong. North Korea, Cuba, and his continued acquisition of So\ iot arms It is no longer a matter ot -driving him into the arms ol the Communists." He ialready there A showdown is emerging which ma) contrast the practice and preachment of the Johnson Administration on Near Eastern policy. The President will b, forced by an amendment for mandatorj severol aid to Nasser to either overrule the State i>. partment or twisl some Congressional arms like he did last session in the instance ol cutting ofl fui thei hand-outs to Egypt It would have passed had the White House not interceded to brii l ia-t minute vote char 'Ihe State Department would also like I the furor ah I w i -t Ilermany's refusj the statute of limitations for the trial S criminals All N ris -till in hiding and not yet jecti % %  T • rimes charm'-, w i ll i • nishmenl alter Maj 8. The Bonn i cnl would like to pep the Nazi era undei the ( listor) Bom es not lik. to be remn 0 the continui %  '. a*. ti\ it) rocket sciei ists Hi Egypt The Administration is pushing the MLF treatj envisaging the sharing ol nucleai weapons with the Germans. Man> ( ingressmen question the 01 >uch proliferation, A number ol NATO nations objeel The St.. Department therefore fears anj airing of the statute ol limitations and n i eiitist issues. grasses, the saving In water would be between hall million and a million cubic metres a year Considei that the highl) touted National Water Carrier gives million, it iobvious thai the amount is considerabli and especially in a country where water can mean th difference between survival and extinction oi the nal The value of the cattle which WOUld thus be fed, I the nation's economy and to the food basket, iBis obv ions For a long time there had been resistance V ithtn tl JNF to any proposal lor pasture-planting instead > : tree* For more than hall a century, thev had been plantll 4 trees, and the tradition had become deepl) r< Thipast fall the papers carried first reportol i proposal to undertake a n\e year pasture plant in i v," ment Soon thereafter came the announcement that • had been drawn up and approved bj a |oint committi HI the Jewish National Fund, the National I ind \ urn and the Soil Conservation Service ot the Ministrj %  \. : culture Enthusiastically, I wrote to the head offici >'t th. JNF m Jerusalem to gel more details llm i. % %  %  ." ar A. anted as pasture? What were thi ; ans I I • ire expan And then I received the reply from thi Ji i I It was signed bj a -. ( %  < tai \ n I [ollow translation 'in replj to your letter, Mi u, il,h ..I-!,in irm you thai the JNF to include 11 un I i %  ins for past ire n its lopmenl ns. but ayet nothing h *and neltlli r are thenan) plans for imp tilt.. • 4s We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL \ iolence Confab w Pnnorama: fHEN Brandeis L'niversitj Cenllj demonstrated its will ingness to break new paththro the jungle of modern society D) sponsoring :i three day conference on v iolence, the men of tbou and action assembled did not taki Ionto come to thiheart of the issue, Prof. Milton Rat/, director ot international legal studies at Harvard L'niversitj n.ade perhaps the most discerning observation ot the informal inquiry when he pointed nut thai police officers, social workers, and public school teachers are the people most likely to be working a: the places where violence might first be -pitted Yet it ithese functionaries in our society who are amons the lowest paid i'':! among the worst ofl in po i %  ..in„•• d -. stained community support In mam tances the policeman, at a miserably low sa i in danger ol assault bj holdup men and itber teven dip into his own meager p. i ii) hiunifi orkcrs are all I -iii d .i %  %  i i rs, pi ai ticiiig their ; dnw n neiyhb" and over-i ; i lassi i %  ari the targets ol Birchers, people who i> hool bond issues and political!) mangled • %  ( : %  ', i \:.d .i iiai shlv materialistic society, impn lainour ai .i the profit producers, has a rewarding those who are shrewd rather than servi But the uvenue gang memoer. the lough Her, and Ihe narcotics pusher continue to tat i policemen the slow to-learn children coming ilownat ihe-heel public schools from multi-prol familii tinue to overburden the teachei • By DAVID SCHWARTZ Our Great Leaders Have Avocations I^R. Nahum Goldmann, president off %  ^ the World Z nisi i w inch h • en in Israel, i. %  kind ol. Israel it w as he who negotiate for the .in ieparatioi : Israel !!.life full ot politics, so 1 was inten tedj to read in an interview with him I a paper that he doesn't b) an; means confine himself to politics, and) he sincerely hopehis colleagues won't make tnal mi> take either As tor himself, he -ays. he is vc:v much interested in many other things music philosophy, art l though! of the statement in the Talmud quoting some rabbi asaying that a good Jew should also stud) astroiKinSy. sirt'iis better to appreciate Cud's wonders In American history, when we look hack to the period of which we are most pruud. we tind the statesmen had many interests. John Adams had broad intellectual inter esta— in history, rehgien. philosophy. Jefferson loved music and mathematics and used to go on botanical expeditions with Madison. Many of the great Zionists had varied interests. Weizmann was a scientist. Dr. Max Nordau was a physician and world-famou.author. Nahum Sokolow would sit writ%  "ii Spinoza while attending Zionist < %  dking i i Germany, In Goldmann said I Erhard is quite as sincere a friend of Israel as Kit i emphasizing the point that unlike Adenauer. I economist and what i~ more to the p a follow ei ol the German Jewish economist, the I i a nz Oppen i.e thiny yean ago, l had the privilege ol m< Prol Oppenheimer in what is now Israel l heai reputation and was curious to meet him 1 little timorous al>out it. but 1 found Oppenlieiine: warm and human He told me an amusing Btor) encounter with the great German military figure. Marshal Ludendorf, who was also a great anti-Semite Oppenheimer had an appointment with Ludendorl. and when he arrived, he was told by the secretary that he only had fifteen utes. but Ludendorl kept him for a couple of houi was drinking while he was talking. Ludendorf told Oppenheimer that one of the reasons wh) he didn'l like Jews was they didn't drink and didn t know how Oppenheimer decided to teach Ludendorl • %  lessen Every time Ludendorf drank. Oppenheimer, th* Jew, drank a little more, and Oppenheimer said to me. he didn't leave until Ludendorf was shaking on his and finally fell on his couch, drunk Oppenheimer walkefl out straight.



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^H January 15, 1965 +Jewlst nrrMc*ri Page 3-A [apian Eulogized at Temple Israel; in Tenure as Rabbi Here in 1926 sermon thi> man's life ,• reflect upon it. U s vx solace nuisi miKV W HP nd layman alike." Dr. Narot, spiritual leader Israel, declared in a eui Jacob II Kaplan, the rabbi emeritus, at serv • Friday. Jan. 8. m died here on Wed 6. at the age of 90. at 1368 Normandy Dr.. s tenure ;it Temple Is i he i ongregation grew .., : hip Ol 213 I" mure and inow the largest up in the Southea I Narot, in his eulogy at I Israel at 11 a.m., said: in life is the saga of our • he adventure of our •-ie journey of one man's •hrough decades of strivrough half a century of %  ind fulfillment. It was a not without frustration b.ttei trial, but finally it •o an autumn and winter vde and peace and the -ce of multitudes." beloff Quits urt Bench Age 70 \~ \(, rON JTA — Judge Sobeloff, Chief Judge ot \ited MateCourt of Appeals \< Fourth Circuit, embracing *ates which figured promtI the judicial rulings aid |i pro integration in recent ..retired because he has 11. the mandatory quitting i: ro, n was announced here. t %  > %  of Baltimore, he wain the leader-hip of that ii community for many ng been president of r d "i Jewish Education and } %  h Council, a member <>t I ol Diret tors of the Asl< i Jewish Charities, a napresident o I t h e r Jewish Congress, and I i a B i ii B'rith lodge nited stateSolicitor I %  :> i and 1955, and was y the idiciarj by PresiI tver in the latter year, ie "i the Fourth Cir; he assumed in 1958, i .<• highest judicial post, %  ipreme Court, of any | i bench occupied l>> an r. Ji u in recent years, •obeloff's circuit embraced Ii West Virginia, North E • rqlina and Maryland. Dr. Kaplan, a graduate ol He brew Union College in Cincinnati. i(rived his PhD degree from the I niverslty <>f Denver His wife, Adele. whom he married in 1910, died nine yearago The Temple Israel rabbi emeritus "as a Mason. Elk ami 66-year Shiiner. He founded and was first president of the Rabbinical Asso eiation of Florida and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. For several years, he taught! ethics and | hilosoph} at the L'niversify ol Miami, and was the author ot two books, "The Psychologj 'i Prophecy" and "Sparks Irom a Mental Anvil.'" Survivorin. hide his two neph (u-. Dr F ll. Kanders and Lester .Men, two niece-. Mrs. Roma S. Ullman and Mrs Miriam Mei.-el. and two cousins Only last December, he was hun orcd at a Tempi'' [unction on the occasion of his 90th birthday. Pallbearers were Jules Pearlman, William O. Singer, Judge Harold Spaet, Henry E. Wolff, Myron M. Behrman, Elliott D. Blumenthal, Arnold Rosen and Joseph A. Garfield. Honorary pallbearerwere Sam A Goldstein, A. .1. Hani-. Sam C. Levenson, Max Meisel, Sie Men delson, Nathan c Gumeniok, David R. Hochberg and Sam LubySr. in charge ol arrangements was Newman Funeral Home, uith bur ial in the Temple Israel Section >>t Woodlaun Park. %fS&?PSe eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CtNTt* OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Sty 1*1 for Men and Wo'en FREE PARK.NC SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BLSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the MjH| Phone JE 80749 Oculists' Prescriptions F 'led CONTACT LENSES Ipycr "aw 7s-.cr sin BETH DIN OFFICE | RABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN )2 Washington Ave., Miami Beh IE 1-1969 534-0271 ~^ AUTHORIZED OEAltl TMfTH Ouol ty HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service All Moses ^ latteries — Mc'di STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road ian* *


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*age 8 A Jewistiftcrktiair Children of the Temple Ner Tamid Religious School will be onsecrated on Saturday evening. Ceremonies will be in i conjunction with the Saturday morning services. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of the Temple, will comecrcte ne children, and a program under the direction of Mrs. 5ruce Richman will be presen'ed. Back row (left to righO are Rabbi .abovitz and Mrs. Bruce Richman. Children are Michoe! Berky. Samuel Blum, William Borkan, Steven Brenman. Gilford Budd. Barry Cohen. Sabrina Danziger, Richard DuBeshter, Gregg Felsot, Steven Gombinski, Marc Harari, Marc Jabish. A'lllicm Jabish. Heidi Jacobs, Ricky Kadin, Ray Kersey, Arthur Cishner. William Kutun. David Laurence, Stephen Lynn, Cindy Rosenfeld. Mel Rosenthal. Debbie Schick, Karon SchirV, Rirkv Seaal. Richard Shindler, George Tragei, Nancy Vermette, Harriet Weiss. Michael Weiss, Rose Wolf. Stephen YaHe. Leonard Tachmes, Patty Avick. Burton Borkan, Hilliard Budd. Debra Berens, Eh Borons, Merrie Greenfield. Debbie Levrant, Paul Cha'sky. Carol Danziger. Myrna Dauer, Rose Ann Freeman, Ricky Goldman. Jeannette Himmelstein, Diane Klein, Tina Laurence. Wayne Savaae. Sarah Zabalinskv. Debrah Angel, Marc Beiens. Miriam Chatzky. Ellen Cohen, Nancy Felsot. Donna Goldman. Alcn Levy. Joseph Poliak, Ellen Rachles. Keith Robbins, Franklin Porter. German Scientists, Soviet Jews Figure in Talks Continued from Page 1-A reel's existence, the Arab hostility "must be contained within present change of Soviet policy. In fight. imjt> a|1( not a n 0 wed t<> infect i So\ it policy, he said, the tav ession that Israel and the Jew li people are an anti-Soviet faci had to be avoided. He said there was a need to start taring political action" to apoach i solution to the problems idang< ring Israel's existence. e cited the danger ol the developu anti-Jewish offensive by the abs He urged that the Arabs be net! i' yarding the danger "t a >ld war between them and Jewry id that a powerful reply must be epared by Jews particularly in • nth American countries where, turns for peaceful commerce said, the Arab attack was ronglj fe t. He said it v i\\ pst German} '.ural ii itj to eca I the scientists orking in Egypt and asserted %  th United states was exertg pressure on the Bonn Governient against such recall tor fear at the Germans might be reaced bj Russians The t railed other areas of international relations." He noted that Israel now had diplomatic relations within 90 countries including every nation in the western hemisphere. This fact he related to the possibility that the key to peace in the Middle Bast may rest with a hundred governments outside the area to which Israel and its neighbors turn for friendship and support. He urged them to back not specific nations but specific ideas for 1 i ace. for independence ol all na Mr. Khan emphasized that Israel was not an isolated Mediterranean state but the focus of univer sal .1 e wis h responsibility a n d Jewish pride "Let the word go h from this pine that 3.000.000 Jews across the world see Israel's si fety and honor as a cause thj of ever} effort and sacriI Hi pn phasizi d the nous countries, the least progress l <.i(\ been made in American Zionism Dr. Goldman asserted that the structure of the WZO, based on parties, falsified Jewish reality and that what was called Zionist democracy was "fictitious" in many countries. lie said that while he was not suggesting that the Zionist parties be disbanded, he did believe that it was nccessarv to break their "monopoly" in the Zionist organization. He demanded appointment of a committee, not based on part} alignments, to ex a mine the problem and submit recommendations to the Actions Committee. Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency, also called for changes in the Zionist party structure. Asserting that Jewish communities were "tired" of party organizations, she told the delegates that "we need a radi cat diagnosis" fo achieve revitalizatien and that youth must occupy the center of preoccupation. Mrs. Halprin asserted that •artier Zionism was no longer viable. She added that while the synagogue must play its part in the preservation of Jewishntss. no one can impose Orthodoxy on us." Mrs. charlotte Jacobson, president of Hadassah, said it was time lor the Zionist executive to admit lhat "diaspora leadership has t" solve diaspora problems" She also urged more fundamental discussion of the movement's organizational faults Abolition of the part} representation at the Congress was urged by John Devor ol the General Zionist Confedera tion of Canada S Z Shram, head of the Jewish Agency immigration department. told the Youth and Hechalutz com mittee that hi' expected In the next four years an immigration ol Friday. January 15, 196; 250.000 as in the past four Re criticized the lack oi Zionist in the past decade among Alge jews, asserting that as %  rei only 5,000 of the 140.000 Jev lett Algeria came to Israel Kliahu Dobkin. member ol Agency executive, deplore; fact that only six per cent of the budget was earmarked for v iii the youth and hechalutl I i He stressed 1'ie need for Zionist emissaH) to Jewish i munities in other countries I ... i | that a Zionist v. I i • 0 \ cme"t i< unthinkable \ out making education for al i ntral He also urged an i n mi etition betv een the i e six pioneering, vouth movenn Ranaan Weiti, head of h Jewish Aaen'y's agriculture se tlemert department said th the development of Israel agi culture must be directed to op portunities in European ma Icets. He said this recr-iired d velopment of new ideas in Israe farming and deepeninj of the f tegration of industry in farrareas. He said Israel now hi, 300,000 farms. Mane Syrkin. of t'amhr Mass., will I)!' named by the Olami '" replace the late [. Segal aa member of the exe< live of the Jewish Agency, it n ported here A leader of the bor Zionist Organisation ol v ica. Miss Syrkin is editor ol Jewish Frontier She is also ciate professor of humanitic t Brandeis University. LOOKING FOR A HOBBY? 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"age 2-B +Je*tst> fl* rid tor Friday, January 15, iggr Beth Sholom School Showcase Florida Chapter and the newly-formed Miami 3each Chapter, Women's League for Israel, neld their first anniversary donor luncheon at "he Doral Beach Htel last week. Miami Beach Dfficers. (left to right! are Mrs. Morris Schorr, membership chaiimcn; Mrs. Harry Kapell. Mrs. Jacob Weitzer. vice presidents; Mrs. Faye Tupler president. Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Michael Tatkin president. Florida Chapter; Mrs. Sarah Chesler. recording secretary. Miami Beach Chapter Mrs. Sam Friedland. donor chairman; Mrs. Mortimer Nathanson. New York executive board member; Rabbi Iiwin Cutler, of Temple Israel. Miramar. guest spaaker; Mrs. Lillian Ralby v>ce president. Ftoiida Chapter; Sarah Kunin. chairman. Florida Chapter. Senior Citizens Program Slated At the New 'Y' • • • V • -'•' %  8t \ an fanich fo fa? Speaker 1).-, I B'l %  V:-janfo M 1811 XW St v Miami, cm in Yani< h, r< g n ctor i thi \" i rican res -. %  • i. kei M ': %  sher The film, \ i • Iish subtil I charge to • i • ither • %  Sunday afternoon at 2:3J p.n %  i lb %  en i" i oi nil oductorv basis ntei •. i %  : e con hut regularly each Tuesdaj hen fter featuies a< ;:\ itles 11 DID it in : %  le a i nora I group dit cted hj Berta ., i 'Ik dance i lass i.i bj S irah Le\ inc and Abra I am Brov m ei On Wednesday afternoon, there Will i • -i Sen Citizens 1 I l' I • %  ulioii! %  Second "School Showcase" oi the Temple Beth Sholom Religioiu School opened on Mondaj evening .it Hie M-ii."ii. .in. i MI, to an an iioiinicmeiit by Mrs Irving B. Kaplan, chairman ol the School Board. Parent! ol children attending Beth Sholom Religious School gathered in the class rooms of their children, where the) were brought up-to-date on the sunk done In their children since the first "Showcase" session. The) also were given an oppor(unit) to learn modem Hebrew through the new audio-lingual method and later heard Rabbi San lord Seltzer, director of the South east Federation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, who began a series "f lectures on Jewish history, Rabbi Leon Kron ish. spiritual leader of Beth Sho loin, discussed "American Jewish Ideologies Mrs Ir\ ing Kushman is > I air man of the Adult Studies Committee under whose aegis Ihe "School Sho\ case" pi • ui I I he Board il Ed ication is I iducte Stall "i B 'Hi Sholom working parent^ or Mon j i %  %  Settle (I ter, Naomi ARachuler. Rosonfeld, Abraham si. B Shulamith ben David AMIRIC* $ 0.,|-ti C.i.... > .. White-fish lee Pcge 16-B i.ip-' l.ich DON'T WOIIY ABOUT YOUR WIICHT" 0MLY TASTES A so •„ Different 34 IOAI 9 SKINNY BREAD P**> a p* r FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY — 655 WASH. AVE JZ 1-617 OLD FAVORITE Man, that's a dish! NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style! .CHEESE.. Ravioli Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! Kasha makes the difference—real traditional ta'am. Hearty Kasha Soup Or Kasha instead of potatoes or nee How good it smells and tastes with pot roast, chicken or fish! And as easy to make as chopping an onion and beating an egg So nutritious and economical, too. See traditional recipes on New Wolffs Package KASHA COOKBOOK recipes and menu ideas fo' modern meals ar • enter-1 n rig A • • Kasia Acld'f-ss request 10 Phy'i's WolM. Penr. v i •.• %  fort voilno Jutcty OMXL CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 9 CHEESE RAVIOLI BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE SALAMI 11233 PURE BEEF Kashruth supervision by prominent Ortnodo" Rabb'S Rabbi Boruc' Ribmowiti Rabbi Ben Zon Rje"H al L4 ice***** U % -*. I i •,„. •! ^A/ILNO KOSncn CMICAOO. ILLIMOK OOT SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EATI For your family, your guests...for your very nest dairy lunch or supper... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast! Just heat...and here's what you •erve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni pies filled with tangy cheese lavished with savory tomato sauce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to perfection in the real Italian way. What a treat to serve. ..tastier and •aaiar than the frozen kind. And so niu.n thriftier, too. Costs only about 15* a ser^log. Each caa selves two. Buy serial --iu today.



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lay. January 15, 1965 *• Jet* 1st fhricfiar Paqe 5-B :ie 57th annual convention of the Alpha ia Dental Fraternity in Toronto, three _i dentis'3 and their wives won first prize L Masquerade Ball. Left to right are Dr. Mrs. George Graham. Dr. and Mrs. LawB Krasne. and Dr. and Mrs. Morton Roseni. representing Miami at the national conaon. who walked off with the prize for n.ality and aesthetics. The convention ked *he culmination of the "Dedication the fulfillment of the establishment of dental school at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Alpha Omega Fraternity, which has more than 150 members in Greater Miami, assisted Israel in 1948 by supplying the Israel Dental Corps with hospital and field equipment, at well as qualified teachers to train dental personnel. In 1953, Alpha Omeqa established a provisional dental school, and a campaign was begun for the building of the new school and the establishment of the Alpha Omeqa Research and Postgraduate Center. S 1.500,000 was raised toward fulfillment of the now realized goal. Mountain Lake Campers Gather First annual get-together parly for Muuutain Lake campers anil parents will be held Sunday. Jan. 24. from 2 to 5 p.m.. at the Cabaret Theater. Tony's Fish Market. Hosts will be co-camp directors Marty Levine and Al Savage, as well as camp mothers Tina Levine and Nanette Savage. Color movies of the camp will be shown, and Alan Campbell and his orchestra have been engaged for the affair. Mountain Lake, for boys and girls from 5 to 16. is in HendcrsonI ville. N.C., located on 55-acre Lake I Osceola. The camp opens in late June and closes in late August. Beth Jacob Sisterhood Beth Jacob Sisterhood was to meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m., al David Whitman Hall, 311 Washington Ave., according to Mrs Esther llillman. president. Austin Burke on Trip Austin Burke leaves Friday on a business trip that will take him to San Diego, Boston and New York. Burke was recently named a vice president and consultant tor a California menswear firm. In February, he will attend a con vention in Chicago of the Menswear Retailers of America. Austin is a member Of MRA's national board. 'Echoes of Israel* Due Here Feb. 1-2 and merrymaking will :;. t the mill-winter season in IT Miami with the concert rment ot •Echoes of Israel'' e Miami Beach Auditorium ondas and Tuesday. Ke!> 1 highi Grea' enga. at tl on l' *u§2. BttMi-ht back to the area follow ing a succe--ful summer season last.'iily. the Michael A. (iolan prodi.tiun will headline the Sa bra I ..ncoiv the hutfoonery of Berni Herns, the harmonizing of the \ 'I feature the vocal artistry ot Sho.-hanah Dam ari, C Tel Aviv Now a full-throated chanteuse. Miss 1 .man -in^ in several lanl|gU4£< incluihr., English. Hebrew. Span. Italian and trench. Th. onieiiu cu|.-erof Berns has brow; him national tame via the Ed-ffc'allivan Show and the Barry Sis#i I the "echoes" are shrill. ,;ul clear with hilarity as the :i frolic through the produc%  ith their special brand of humor histon ol their fame was at Beach Audit. Radio, at Cafe Sabre in New York and on the Ed Sullivan Show. On the orchestra podium for •Echoes of Israel" during its twoday engagement will be Dr. Paul Csonka. staff conductor and compeer of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. KOSHER t MORRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 fa Ar. loud AyaL tioa satir Th first BFKNIE BIKNS battle during the War of Liberation in Israel in 1948. Today the group is renowned for tched upon the fields ol itperformance on Kol Israel a, la. Swiss TURN SUNDAY BRUNCH INTO A FEAST I Just lay generous placet of Switzerland Swiss Cheese on cut buttered bagels. Heat on baking pan in oven till cheese Is melting. What a feast I I. Sull/orlaml %  4 Anyone can make the hole* but only the Swiss can make) the flavor Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese-produced in Switzerland and no where else! No, they don't come this way. You still have to do a little work. Like opening the can, putting the beans in the pan, heating them. But your reward is instant. Everyone digs in,most of them yell for seconds. And you have two reasons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly delicious. (2) They're good for people. Big on proteins. So be a hero.Tonight, ^j A KOSHE.R AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE SEAL OF APPROVAL OF THE. UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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inuary 15. 1965 %  fiJcniit; Ikrktfrr Page 7-C 10-chairmen of the Southgate Towers Acetic mesMt. ...,> %  -".)ii fcr Combined Jewish Appeal by Joseph Budowsky ielt! and Joseph G. Denmark is made by John Sort in, B irmcn of Residents of Combined Jewish Appeal. The outhget'? chairmen follow the announccmen' of Moiton TOWNS CO chairmen, markinq the second high-rise apartment to officially begin participation in the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal. %  Israeli Placed Under Arrest; Suspected of Spying for Egypt TEL A\ !\ J'i A i — An Induslalist bo:. in tinDid City of •rusalim %  li" hahad a check ed care' %  in I-vacli commerce, as Ud< .ir.r-l here nil MIcion Of : k MIL; lor I! _;> pt lail indigene* I litsuspect, Shmuel iruckist-.H'icd textile engineerg in SiI • hr-ter. Kn.Mild for vcral yi %  %  ;inl married there. eturnin: I r.i '. 'ie tried t" t up pi a 'i'\( v. .1 •i:ue-. When I proposed lnuldmu .i ant tor .'.iic.ctiori of silk and her fine %  \id. > ;n Kiryai Cat. k rccelv l a -rani of [£600.000 WO.OOOi :n l!:e I.-rael Developent Bul ant. For a .diiety of reasons, the lant fa, en to make money and arvch obtained new investment %  ndt iBJin'y from England but no enterprise continued to londtr. He mde :i linal allempt to make -, workerpartners by turning Ihc plant into a inoperative enterprise but this also failed and heavy uses forced closing the plant. Baruch asked to be declared a bankrupt but instead he was charged with receiving money under false pretenses He was never theless allowed to go abroad to •eek additional funds, He was arrested last week while trying to have Israel again and police said i i \ found him in possession of documents of a highly secret nature and security value, lie was -., d to be cooperating with police. Silver to Direct Education Here Dadc County Board of Public In-1 ruction has appointed Herbert Silver. 7536 Buccaneer Ave., North Bay Village, as director of elementary education in the new Southwest District. His duties in the new position will begin with the organization of the district July 1. 1965. Until then, he will complete the school year as principal of Aiiburndale Elementary School. Si'ver has also been principal of Myrtle Grove Elementary c chool in Opa-locka, Mae M. Walters Elementary School in H : jlc-oh, and served as charter piinc'pal of Treas'jie Island El•mentary School in North Bay V I'.gu. %  ;• has been ; I with • d public school system ince : i4(i v hen he returned from Voi Id War H service as lieutenant r.: Ie in the United States \a\ ,ii Ri sen c in addition to aching in i i i Baltimore City chool system prior to 11)42. he has been a teacher at the elementary and secondary level in several Dade County schools, Silver earned his diploma from the Maryland State Teachers College at ToWSOn, received his Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Maryland, was granted the Master of Education degree from the University of Miami, and is presently a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Education al the U. of M. He has also lone graduate study at St. Louis University and the University of the Americas in Mexico city. He is a life member of the Florida Congress of Parents and Teachers, an active life member of the National Education Association and many of its affiliated departments. He i* a member of Temple Emanu-EI, when' he has served on the Board of Education and ; jMitL.. c '• %  > < i§H.. ; .% %  m 1 'i f ^K £•-. "-*• '" i^Sm 3 %  :' %  K-i i "^^^BEr^Ly^ 1 I I i "-^ tmr P l Horry Zukernick (left\ cf the Miami Beach Bar Association, and Chesterfield H. Smiih, president of the Florida Bar, a* a Beach Ear meeting here which cited Attorney Zukernick for having "done the most for the legal profession in 1964." Smith is shown making the presentation of a plaque to Zukernick at a luncheon in the DiL'do Ho'el. Beth El Adds To Facilities Completion of a six-classroom structure for pioneer Congregation Beth Kl Of West Palm Beach was announced recently i>\ Rabbi 11> man Fishman, spiritual leader oi the Temple. Costing more than $63,000, the structure also houses a Itbrarj room and assembly hall Hi which daily minyonim is held sung in the choir He holdmembership in the Council for Inter national Visitors ol Greater Mi ami and belongs to Phi Delia Kap n i and Kappa Delta Pi Weekdays, the county Jewish Federation sponsors kindergarten classes in the new educational building. Temple Beth Kl completed about a year ago at a cost ol $200, 000. will eventually become auditorium upon erection ol liou-e for worship facing east .lose.ih Toyzer, an executivt the aria branch ol Radio Corpo i n of America, is presldenl o Temple Beth El. He recently ceeded Irving Moss, for two y< president of the Temple and prominent worker for the congre gation lor 35 years Charles "Chuck" Goldberg. lanoqing director of the SorKctel in Miami Beech, tbeen appointed to the jntion Bureau Advisory af Miami Beach by M e 1 v i n Richards. ioldb< :q k. a member of the %  oard ol Governors of the 'hormb'?r of Commerce, chairnan, of the Hotel Division, :ompi::;.i.g 132 member hoela, err i president of the Bon /iva&ts. the travel officials oi Jrtjolei Miami. Goldberg has lb served on the Public ReAdvisory Board of Beach for 12 years. _JS EVERY DAY



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Page 8-B ilmlst.ncrklkwi Friday. January 15, 1055 RAY WOMAN OF THE WEEK What would you do if your huxband had a handbag factory 0 You'd have a new purse for every hour in the day, ami every day in the week, of course. But not Ra) Jacobson. She's satisfied with what she has and never even gets a new bay unless she really needs it. Her husband Max. heads Stylecraft Handbags, certainly should realize what a jewel he has in his wife. It doesn't seem pos-ible to believe that Ray. who looks and dresses in such an exotic fashion, was born in the conventional city ol Brcoklyn. Her mother died when she was young, and her lather raised all eight of the children, saw that they got a good Start in life, and that all eight were married, although he himself never married again. A wonderful father, he was an inspiration to all of them, especially Ray. The urge to dance was strong in Ray. Verj early, she went to the Neighborhood Playhouse on a scholarship and then on lii the Chalif School ol Dancing. She graduated from the Children's Pro fessi mal School and remembers that all ol 'iiis Edwards k ds wen! %  >o She as terril Ij j whei • %  ncer needed one to round out her act %  her profi ssii nal c r vi Ra; %  < irking 1 P when thc\ had I Th % %  -'. ancing 1 nish fellow th which the] %  sta. Thej need at I Picadill; nd P \!ic ; %  a year in Europe thi 1 I %  y. T) 0 ayeff. R Futuri Max J M m thcii %  married ht montl 1 I them — thai Raj sionally anymi re II" %  1 first j ear that thej m n %  loor Johnnj following the act to Chica 0 St i uis an I Raj I nished her cont she has never missed di 1 n the stage n all year." of her mat hich v %  %  %  I ent 1 ine ni \: March It was as if that part of her life didn I exist Before Ray's mother died she imprinted her philosophy on Ray's mind Ray has never forgotten it and lives accordingly in a home, then musl be love, understanding, patience and : 1 : -r\ erancc In the Jacobson lanuly. this is the rule they live i>> They gather around the piano with their sons. Ronald and Alan, and enjoy singing. Max. incidentally, has a beautiful voice Just as her father and mother proved her inspiration when she was a child, so has her husband been an inspiration to her when she became a woman He has been and is active at Beth David, and so Ray also became active there, filling all jobs in the Sisterhood, until last year, when she became president of Sisterhood. Presentlv she is vice president, one of the six in the state of Florida, for the National Women's League ol the United Synago ue "f America. Ray is also active in the Torah Group ol lladassah. But most people don't even about the kind and generous things she does for others because she loves people. That 1a secret shared only bj her husband. For many years, Ray's sl< ek, black B*V> hairdo, with the bun In back was her trademark: so whe.i she changi nl 1 I iffj upsweep, it took her friends a ittle time to jet used to the drastic change Aloni a little readii immin and %  l| 1 utines f< r ; ml) dam ii she d nd her r an 1 vi ning on the town 1 to her mo lei • the has tin .n contented ) STORY IV COM APR! \ Special Offer Now 1 sjj^y $ 49" Twelve 5x7 COLO* Photographs in %  Biovtilul Album Zrine -Atrtd J-^liotoaranlievS lOIW'S KIVIIftA THIATRI C1NTRI 1546 So. DIXIE HIGHWAY, CORAL GABLES IN DADf COUNTY IN IIOWMO COUNTY Ph.nr 4*1-1 615 %  >!•• %  • JA 3-2711 her maMiss Alpert Now Mrs. Fraden The former Judith Marlene Alpert became the bride o! Bernie Millard Fraden in the Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel Sunday. Jan. 10. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard performed the 1:30 p.m. ceremony which wafollowed by a cocktail party and reception in the hotel Now hone} mooning in Nassau, the new Iv weds will live at 200 Ag nes Court. Orlando. For the nuptials, the bride chose a gown styled with a bodice of alencon lace and an A line skirt featuring >ei>M.r pleats sweeping te a full chapel train with lace inserts. The simulated rose headniece trimmed with crystals and s''(|uins held the three tiered silk illusion bouffant veil Attending the bride were sister. Mrs. Harold Goldstein, tron of honor. Sheila Bromberg. Michele Kulick. Sondra Saft and Mrs. Joel Weiner. bridesmaids, Susi l.u Goldstein, junior bridesmaid. Beverly Fraden and Zelda Fraden. flower girls. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers Joe Fraden. best man. Louis Fraden and Abe Fraden. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fraden. Jacksonville. Othei ushers were Harold Goldstein, Dr Harry Onion. Sanford B. Balber. .Ine Alhisch. Krnet Markowitz, Bob Fischer. Samuel Goldstein and Jack Ronall Goldstein The new Mrs. Fraden is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Harry I : 620 Bvron Ave., v%  late J tt Now empl lyed aa lei arj. --he a i Beach h, attendi I the I >it) ol ted with Phi ma, 1 oom reccivi nville I-. ittcnded the ; ni\ prsitj nd %  \rmy %  Phi i.-S. •Vernicli in Review wy & beautifi a v i n g a tut, original oil painting in your own home' Choice of hundreds of canvasses b) pn ent unknown hut talented arti la, Come in today and bio.. c4rtsL)teri7atioi7al 700 M.I Lincoln Road JE 2-5355 Optn 7 Days 'til 10 P.M. David Pinski Oneg Shabbat Max B. Astor. president ij t^,^ David I'n. Ki Folk School. c the fiist Oneg Shabbat uf 19ml lo be given by the school % %  '•l'b(J held on Friday. 8 p.m.. at the raj 1 band Culture Center. 842 V ishi) ton Ave. ,1 Guest artist will be Chaj Grober, .-tar 01 the Hebrew \> ,liri]l accompanied by Aida Yasli ,i ife piano Louis Lasavin, principal .f w* %  hi ol, will speak on "Bibli i| i> er sonaiitios," and "Portion 1 : ft, seck" will he n i by Fui man. There will hi communi 1 ing. and refreshments sen eii. v*,: V. %  K MRS. BMW/I FRADEN Mi II nr> !l re : ..1 • reth !-'•. el. Cl funetio '.I: Irvi i,' rido and Mrs. James Harris. cArts L)terDatioi7al the pioneer in b. inging original oil paintings from 4 continents now opens a gallery in LINCOLN ROAD MALL ORIGINAL d 1: V .• • 1: MRS. rVARSHAU STEARNS Tu B'Shevat Celebration I) v Chaptei ol Mizrachi Worn in will hold .1 Tu lishev.it part' %  in Wednesday, 1 p.in at Beth KI Congregation MrMax Gluck 1Iree chairman Miss Rosenberg Marshall Steams Exchange Vows Ins Lynn Ro-enberg at y„ ^d shall Robert Stear were mat ned Saturday, Dec. 26. in ville Hotel Parents of the couple and Mrs Barnev Rosenbi West Ave and MrRose 7330 Harding Ave Bndal attendants wet Dah Marshak, maid ol honor -, •::... 1 r Rho lali e / a 1 l n i> smaids; Paula Ro ji nior bridesmaid Allen pre Ji rr> I Rapp rite 1 I • 1 lion di I ently ti ; Element • %  I : ROY OLIVER'S Musi-Comedy Chi:', for Children and Teens SINGING DANCING DRA'.AA T ICS SPEECH PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC APPEARANCES Coll /or B'oehure ALCAZAR HOTEL HI 4-3635 667-553 FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! 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mday. January 15. 1965 + Uistilk*k*#M Paae 11 B kbbi Kipper Will Installed Here friday Evening Dr -ylvan D. Schwurtzman. pror ,{ Jewish religion* educaon I the Hebrew Union Collegers iInstitute of Religion. OnInn; 0 Ameriteta oldest rabItiii seminai y, will be installing ,, ,,t tlu inaUlUHon of Rabbi loi A. Kipper. Kipper is the new spiritk| ader ol Temple Judea ol ;,,... iablei Installation will be rid aring worship services Fril;n • • ning. i"> p in. DSchwartiman's installation laddrts* will be "Reform Education 'or Tomorrow." Participating n the installation will be |RabtHerbert M. Baumgard, president of the Greater Miami |p.abt inieal Association; Joseph |H M.rphy. Coral Gables Mayor; jRabr.. Sanford Seltier, director, ISoui'-ast Council of the Union [of American Hebrew CcngregaItion and Dr. W. Ivan Hoy, jcliai-'nan. Department of Relvjlion, Urivsrsity of Miami, and [fori'-r president of the Greater IrVMari Ministerial Association. ion Oneg Shabbal honor R bin and Mrs Kipper will Dr Schwartzirwn is %  > leading Id u. ir. He is ;iulliiir "I The itnrv 'i Reform Judaism. "A Sylhun Religious School TeachThe Living Bible, "Our lei a and our Neighbors." and i' works, including rellg wa thool Texts Di %  rig Dr Schwartzman's visit, will deliver the keynote address Tmple Emanuel, Ft. Lander lie. n Saturdaj At a breakfast T< mple Judea on Sunday, at |:.",n in., lie will discuss "Some HiReform Emphases in TeachreligiafU school teachers ol |' • a. At 30 p in at a luncheon at mple Beth S h o I o m, Miami |c.,i he will address teachers in Greater Miami area on "Effec %  • %  .Mm Planning \artet Under Supervision I nited Kashrus Associatio i ler Miami announces that iblishmenl formerly known Is Fenstcr's Meat.and Poultrj al l4U rexel Ave Miami Beach, is low called Fenster and Alien | Meat and Poultry. The larket is under the Rabbinical Sulervision of Rabbi A. J. Safra. of ii' I tilted Kashrus Association. Dr. Sabin Lauds Role of Hebrew Univ. In Training Experts from New Nations RABBI MORRIS KIPPER DR. SYLVAN SCHWARTZMAN Dr. Wolfson To be Speaker •Ten Commandments for a Happy and Healths Long Life*' will he the subject ol a lecture b> Dr, Abraham Wolfson on Tuesda> evening, K p m at Washington Federal Sa> ings and Loan Associ at ion. U33 Normandy Dr Refreshments will be served liter the lecture in hi.n ir 1 Dr. Wolfson 83rd birthday, Dr Abraham Wolfson is a retired dentist He has devoted manj years to writing and lecturing about healthful living. He founded the Spinoza Forum in Miami Heath in 1935. He was one of the founders of the Spinoza Institute ol America and the Spin oza Center of New York. MORRIS & RUTH IEKNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established in 1945 PARKING FACILITIES FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AYE. IE 1-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant III\\I:KS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. Citing Israel as an example to independent nations of the contributiona they can make to better their own way of life and also pro vide technological and scientific assistance to other nations, noted research scientist. Dr. Albert B, Sabin, lauded the Hebrew University and its student body of 10.01)0 liom all parts of the world at a dinner at the Dora I Beach Hotel on Saturdaj evening Speaking before the physicians anil Dentists Committees and the leadership Of the South Florida Division of the American Friends Ol the Hebrew University, Dr. Sabin told 4on guests that he person ill) had accepted the voluntary responsibilitj of raising almost $4 million from all parts of America to unify all branches of the He: iew I niversity Medical school in Jio million complex." "We are concerned with meeting the challenge of a world where two-thirds of the people are uneducated *nd living at the lowest imaginable standards," Dr. Sabin stated. "The contributions of major powers such as the United States and Great Britain are recogniied internationally, but even more import ant, the newly independent and underdeveloped nations see in the State of Israel an example of what can be accomplished by a country lacking great natural resources. "One ol l.-raels most important contributions lies in sharing its own scientific and technological advances with these new nations. Dr. Sabin said. Dr. Sabm. who received international recognition for his research discover} ol the live virus, anti polio vaccine, noted that polio, which was ol high incidence in Israel, ipractically non-existent there todaj Special guest ot the e\ n Selman A. Waksman, joined in the tribute to Dr Si i n d Di Meyer B. Mark-, chain ol the South Florida Physicians m ttee i I the Hebrew Univer -itv Dr Waksman received t he Nobel Prize for his research in the field ol antibioticand lor his discover) "i the streptomycin drug Di A R Hollender presented an award to Dr Marks. Miami Heach pediatrician and pediatric allergist, "for his outstanding leadership of the Physicians Committee which has grown to a membership of over 150 from it' original 35 members under Dr. Marks' dedicated and inspired efforts." Honorary chairman of the joint dinner was Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who recently established a chair in Physical Chemistry through a donation of $1SO,000 to Hebrew University. Representing t h e South Florida Division at the event were Jack S. Popick, president, Leo Robinson, dinner chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division. Co-chairmen of the Physicians Committee for the dinner were Dr. Louis (; Lytton, Dr. Marvin L. Meitus. Dr. Alexander S. Rogers and Dr. Maurice Rich. Pg> Morton Itosenbluth, Jpjes\dent of Alpha Omega Dental fraternity, and Dr. Meyer Bggnatz headed the Dentists Committee participation in the dinner. THE GEFTER'S Ntmr DtCORATfD CORAL REEF HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 36th STRUT • MIAMI BEACH DIlTARY IAWS AND SABBAYH Strictly 0bsrvl to March 14 April IS SPFCIAL RATES FOR EXTENDED STAYS 105 rooms ill with piivat* bath and shower Call Mr CEFTER MIAMI BEACH: JE 8-8631 HEATED A AIR COND. find. ContJ (20 ot 105 rooms) 0THEH RAILS AVAILABIE KOSHER MfAlS INCLUDED • Chaise lounges • 21* TV <& Fiee Self Parking • Entertainment Wiener Roasts • Movies • Games Nifhtt* Orange Juice Daily • Many Other features Services Daily. Full Time Masiigiach On Premises. Salt S Sugar Free Diets. No Eitra Charge For SteaksChops Ruasts. Poolside Snack Bar. 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January 15, 1965 Florida ADL Board Meeting Sunday Florida Regional Board of the Ant: tarnation League of B'nai B'nth will id its annual mee'uig this Sunday the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Up for consideration will be a valy c! issues impoitant to the civil ertai.an organization, such as dis imination in social clubs and the radI right and left. A special luncheon session will be voted 'o the presentation of the annual Leonard Abess Award in Human relations, which this year qoes to ng. Claude Pepper and the St. tersbuig Times. The Florida ADL has a long and rteworthy history in the field of social ction against discrimination. Particularly in Greater Miami, the ADL Of :-^e has frequently been of cen'ral significance tackling issues, as well as helping public • w enforcement agencies to come to grips % % % %  th the forces of prejudice and bigotry. The sessions Sunday will be a reflection c: the endeavor toward which the Anti-Defcr ation League makes noteworthy contribut:ons. Presentation of the Leonard Abess Award, now in its tenth year, symbolizes the quiet effort of the award's patron in the eradication of c.scrimination. For the first time, the citation v. ill go to *wo recipients. Particularly in the case of Cong. Pepper, friends of the ADL must he especially pleased that he will be receiving ust recognition for his many years of devoted service on Capitol Hill. In all, the Florida ADL meeting Sunday i-ould prove to be stimulating. Spiritual Leader's Passing The community pauses to note the sad ssing here of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan a* the aae c: 90. Rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Dr. Kaplan will long be remembered by Greater rmians, who recall his leadership in that pulpit dating from 1926. Dr. Kaplan was a pioneer in Jewish spirit.. il affairs here. As a teacher of philosophy the University of Miami, he brought his convictions to the full life he led by welcoming the expression of all shades of Jewish religious thinking. This was particularly impor'ant during the native years cf Greater Miami Jewry. Dr. Kaplan was also actively engaged in rfaith endeavor and served as an eloquent spokesman for the Jewish community in general religious and civic affairs. His passing :ks the end of an important and foimative ; here, which was recalled only last month c:i the occasion of the celebration of Dr. Kapi 90'h birthday. About Political Fixation U.S. ofiicials are suggesting that aid to Egypt, despite President Gamal Abdel Nasser's attitude toward us, which can be most politely expressed as "jump in the ocean," must continue at all cos's. The cost is indeed hiah. From the burning of the John F. Kennedy Library to the shooting down of an American plane, from accentinq our food to insultinq us this nation beholds in Nasser the kind of pohtic.an who envisions for the Middle East wha* Chou En-lai accomplished in China. We have said often enough in these columns that U.S. State Department policy is too frequently motivated bv its anti-Israel atti'ude. But the most recent Nasser provocations ftuDth/CieS <" wester *TV/V against us have nothing whatever to do with Israel. And now. the severance of American aid &f o Egypt is finally being urged by a number of senators on Capitol Hill, including John G. Tower i Tex.-Rep.\ Herman Talmadge (Ga.Dem.' and Hug Scott tPc.-Rep.). But the State Department, still sticking to its guns, has come up with the most poten* explanation of its policy ever: Aid to Egypt means ultimate help to Israel. What more is there to be said about fixation, political or o'herwise? Tribute to Dr. Lipschitz Beth Torch Congregation will be honorinq its spiritucl leader. Dr. Max Lipschitz. at a function at the Deauville Hotel on Jan. 30. The testimonial will mark Dr. Lipschitz' 18 years in the rabbinate, his fifth year in the pulpit of Be'h Torah. and his receiving of the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Wisconsin last summer. Under his energetic spiritual leadership, Beth Torah is rapidly becominq one of the largest conqregations in the Greater Miami aiea. The testimonial will be Beth Torah's way of congra'ulating him on his past achievements and wishing him well for many more in the future. World Zionist Congress The World Zionist Congress, just concluded in Israel, apparently found its aqc: marked by many heated sessions, including a protest walk out by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol in the face o: a Herut attack upon the Mapoi Party. There were, of course, o'her political struqgles during the congress whose signified will become clearer in the weeks and months ahead. But the organization certainly managed to focus world attention or. two important issues: the unhappy status of Soviet Jewry and •he West German scientists workinq on various atomic and jet propulsion projects m Egypt. As a Zionist organization, the congress could have chosen no two more centra! issues to the highest interest of the State of Israel, as well as of Jews at large. The Jews in the Soviet Union today, clearly subjected to cultural genocide, would make a fast run for Israel and other free Western nations if qiven the opportunity, while the German scientists in Egypt are engaged in the kind of activity designed to finish off what Hitler's thousand-year Third Reich failed to do: to deal a mortal blow to the universal survival of Jews and Judaism. The internal political and ideological struqqles at the World Zionist Conqress apart, the brinqinq of 'hese two issues to the fore is a valuable achievement. during ^ (he week .. as i see it by LEi not it. somewhat sadistic. But in the "Aufbau" article, he reverses held quickly to point to the "great number ol petitions, letters telegrams particularly from Jewish circles and organizatio the United States" Says Mr. Knappstein It pains us i" -• most of them wire based on assumptions about the effec'. tins statute which are not in keeping with the facts A COLCRfUl PICTUHt Of STATISTICS taiHAT ARE THE facts aBonn's Ambassadoi to the t S them' In the first place, 'justice has been .it work for now." Into tins category, he lumps the large number ol Nazi i inals who escaped the consequences ol then crimes "b> bitii nide capsule or shooting themselves with their own servici And tn remind us of the significance ol his observation he n Hitler, Himmler, Goering, Goebbles, I e> and man) Gauleii leaders ol Einsatz and Sondcrkommandos iwhoi i suicide eradicated themselves from the list ol Nazi criminals Ambassador Knappstein would also have us remember tin it.iry tribunals set up bj the three Western Allies in Germany al conclusion ol World War n. who pronounced sentence on 5.025 sons Particularly, as he sees n ins government could not read) i sense ol responsibility toward denazification until the estal menl of the Federal Republic and the conclusion of the Bonn Coi • tion of 1054, which was especially difficult in the beginning "as most important documents were still in Allied hands" Still, he declares, "German judicature pronounced the high i. her ol 5.445 legal verdicts between Ma> 8. 1045 and January. 1!M>4 I therefore believe that the charge thai German Judicature nothing to clean up the German scene can really not be mamt 'GfKMAN THOROUGHNESS' TO THt fOKl AMBASSADOR KNAPPSTEIN IS nevertheless willing to COOc< '• that Allied mil.tarv tribunals and German courts diit not all or nearly all Na/i criminals to Justice, Referring to "Gen thoroughness" with the same passion he brought to his descriptiot "the petty sadists who strutted through concentration camps u Ambassador describes the establishment of the Ludwigsburg Cei which, during the past s>\ years, reconstructed "all those placi honor where human beings were tortured and killed, and alsi anizations set up to commit such m. / murder; and it atten to find the names ol all thus, involved in these crimes Thus far, as he sees it, the Ludwigsburg renter has pie,, -ether no fewer than 540 ol what he calls "auch complexes Auschwitz trial now taking planin Frankfurt is presumabl) them These, then are the I. HIas the Ambassadoi sees them I suicide to the Ludwigsbur : Center German thoroughness has i "' splendidlj in ferret • out the Nazis And, to crown il all Knappstein suggests that the pressure being brought to bear i the German Embass> in Washington concernii the itatuti i I %  ugh well-meaning is in-nee unnecessary: it is also flatly surmises, irresponsible i"i German lav provides (hat every statuton limitation cai rupted by a simple action on the part ol a judge, wher* the statutor) period then anew fet afiothei twent) year.* is therefore apparent that Bonn has the entire problem undei i at least -o far as Ambassador Knappatein's "Aufbau" art i is concerned \i..l. to sel thi final seal ol approval upon the I. Re| bile's i sition, he recalls the Bundestag's appeal ol No* 20 I for organizations, governments and individual-, both at hon lo make available t., the Ludwigsburg Center original d merits or photost; Is ol material in their possession relating to offei and their perpetratoi s MACTION OF THt GIRMAN PRISS yHE REASON FOR the appeal is thai "the period ol limitat o respect lo crimes commuted prior to May 9. lf>45 can not, for constitutional reason,, be extended what clear I) occurs here Ithe self-imposed limitation to Ambassador Knappatein's own concep lion ol the problem, '.huh dependentirely upon information avi able to the Federal Republic Hence ,t ,s possible as the Ambassa dor categorically denies IKI aWer Viiv H %5 tn ,. r ,. wU | be hundreds or thousands ol war criminals who will roam the streets i Germany and jeeringlj nl to the statute as protection agai punishment For. unless the agencies of German law know about these crlm inals. the.e W| ,| H „„ ( .„„,,,„„„ wmc|j ( ;,„ ,, u g atu tor) limitation ,r u T,1 r,'.' cons deratio •U'-ut it is Interesting to observe the spirit of west German) today as reflected ... the press The latest editioi Ol the German Tribune." for example, features an article on "ThEuropean Knot: Consolidation a Pious Wish There are other stoi on x-Kays and Deformity.' 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Page 4-C fJewist thrkMari Friday, January 15 jgc I %  Beth Torah Plans Tribute Dinner For Dr. Lipschitz Heller Named 1 to Board Peter F. Heller, public r< aticn consultant, has been named to the Citizens Hating Board by (_on pressman D.intc B t a si || jj, board screen? applicant%  ,>,,.H. J J Aquatic Stars In El Salvador The Allapattcih YM< \ all star swim team I" 1 in Central America t.i .1 ^ Pythians Plan Camp for Youth Plans 01 the Knights of Pythias the Miami area to build a youth tamp for deserving children were ntlined thiweek at a testimonial inner lor the honorary directors Pythian Youth Camp. Inc., held 1 lb. Algiers Hotel. Speakers described the project 'greatly needed" and "a won • rlul opportunity to provide a worthwhile service to the commitnit} Circuit Judge Harold B. Spaet .. ted Jmaster of ceremonies for tne event, which was attended by H-I people, including the chancellor commanders and vice chancellors 01 all ten Pythian Lodges in Dade (oonty, Color slides were shown of the Pythian Camp at Glen Spey, NY.. which the Florida project is mod• led after, with a commentary by Irving Schulman. Primary effort in behalf of the ject in the near future will be Pythian Youth Camp Jamboree 1 : Stars benefit show at Miami each Convention Hall on Mar. 8 ; nd 9 Wall) Wanger is producer. Eddie Schaffer will serve as coordinating master ol ceremonies. Plans are under way for a testimonial dinner Jan. 30 at 'he Deauville Hotel. Guest of honor will be Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, who recently received the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Wisconsin. Left to right are several members of the Committee of Hosts: Mrs. Howard Ralby, Mrs. Julius Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein, Howard Ralby and Julius Gordon. Richard Snoider. president oi Beth Torah Congregation, announ *"point. Naval. Air Forci Cei thai I>r lias A lipschitz. ol chant Mar.ne Acadcm:Beth Torah i:i North Miami Beach. 'Skip" Shepard Miami | will be h —m e d hy ^rr-co!ifreg.a man. is chairmanUon at a dinner tribute on Satur day evening, Jan. 30, at the Dean \llliHotel The dinner dance to which the entire communit) is invited, will be In tribute to Rabbi Lipschrti for serving 18 years In the rabbinate, live yearat Beth Torah Conation, ami the awarding to him <>f the degree ol Doctor of Philosophy last June by the University of Wisconsin. "Or Lipschitz, together with our laj leadership, and the chairman of the Testimonial Committee Howard Ralby, vice president, is responsible for the progress ol one of the f..-tc-t growing congregations in the south, which today has almost 750 families affiliated and 800 children attending itreligious schools. Sneider declared ori mite er the %  % % %  Students Win Merit Awards Irene Gruen. a top student, mu sician and chairman of Student Council at Miami Edison Senior High School, has received a Merit Award from the Dairy Council of South Florida. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gruen. 451 NE 53rd St.. she is an A student, assistant concert master for the school orchestra, has been a violinist with All-Miami Youth 1 Symphony for two years, and is an officer in the Mathematics Honor Society and Sub-Debs. Leonard Steinberg, president and top percussionist with All-Miami Youth Symphony, has also received a merit award from the Dairy Council of South Florida. The son of Mr. and MrIrving Steinberg. 2486 SW 21st St., he ia member of the Coral Gables High School orchestra and concert band. Miami Beach Symphony and Billie <> Day Miami Civic OrchLeonard Steinberg Irtnt Ch*n estra. In his spare time, he teaches drums to younger children. The Dairy Council haa continuing program to honor school-age meritorious young people Nominations can be sent to MrIt nth B. Ka-sewitz, P.O. Box 346, Coconut Grove Station. Miami Judge Ben Shepherd and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz at a recent youth breakfast attended by 100 children, parents, and Board of Directors. Judge Shepherd spoke on "Juvenile Delinquency." The youth breakfast was held in Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ver Tamid. MMDS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel CC95 Half ** MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDlD-IHSUfUD-GUARANTflD ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 -FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE Wf PACK IM RITE HEBE 'AM TO 10 P M OAltr Brailowsky Will Perform Here Celebrated pianist Alexander Brailowsky, considered one of the worldforemost interpreters of Chopin, will be guesl soloist with ; the Universit) ol Miami Symphonj 'at its next pair of concerts on Jan. 17 and 18 in Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums With Dr Fabien Sevitzky con ducting the orchestra, the Russianborn Brailowsky will play Chopin's Piano Concerto in F minor and Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 For the balance of the program, Dr. Sevitzky and the orchestra will present "Fugue-Fantasia," by Eugene Zador, and Symphony in C minor, by Franz Joseph Haydn. Brailowsky, who studied under 1'adcrewski, Schnahe! and Theo dor Leschetizky, made indebut in Paris in 1H2U Two years Liter, he conceived the idea of performing a complete Chopin cycle, and in the spring of net. in Paris, performed ITL' ol Chopin'.solo works in six consei %  tive recitals Brailowsk) red in ma jor cities ol the world In 1961, he was aw arded the Order ol Leopold l > King Baudoin ol Belgium, at d in the same year 11 turned (o Run sia tor the first timi had I Dr. Lipschiti is active in many programs in the community. He is former secretary of the Rabbinical Association, editor of the Rabbinical Pa.ge of The Jewish Floridian for the Rabbinical Association, vice president of Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith, member of the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress and chairman of its Commission on Jewish Affairs and member of the Knights of Pythias. He ion the Rabbinic Advisory j and Budget Committees of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Rabbinic Committee of Bonds for Israel, and Rabbinic Advisory Committee of the Hebrew Academy. He ihonorary chaplain of Jewish War Veterans and clergy chair man for United Nations Week. Dr. Lipschitz attended the Jewish Theological College of Chicago and Yesbiva University In NewYork City, where he was ordained in 194" Columbia University awarded him the Master of Arts degree In 1848. His dissertation for the Doctorin the field of Semitic studies .at the 1 niversity ol Wisconsin is now in the pro< i -ol being published. More than 500 people ha read) mad< their reservations for the testimonial dinner San S team in meter Blanc, size pool i T hanky hoi id. r Two 01 siandinmerwere merit .i REBECCA year Cole, ol North Miami Bea< participated last -ummcr Olympic Trials al Astoria. 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January 15. 1965 Jmlsti ftorMiari Page 7-A 5. Officials See Egypt Aid as Help to Israel [continued from Pag* 1-A lations Committee said that lie vi.h Arab failure to make %  £"£ ** a % %  f**—** Senate Democratic loader Mike gainst Israel en the Jordan Mansfieid favorm ., severance at diversion issue. M was also a jd m countriM, like Egypt, which id that the Soviet pciic'tin tell the t'nited St;iies to "jump in I of the regime might be belli,he lakl ""' or to '" %  %  •" .1 America ended aid to Sen. Fulbright, Arkansas Democrat, made this known following lengthy testimony before his committee by Secretary of State Dean Rusk. Mr. Rusk briefed the Senators on world problems. He reportedly avoided direct comment on the Ejyplun situation and touqht to justify continued American assistance to the Nasser regime. Sen Fulbrifftl sai appropriate conclusion. He added that "it reallj provoked me when Egypt, Indonesia, and other countries permitted mobs to burn U.S. Government libraries. A resolution railing on the Administration to suspend all further aid to Egypt was introduced in th-i House hy Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Rep Farbstein said that -uch action was indicated because el Wi-.i'i'v "derisive attackon the United States and the anti American policies ol Egypt in I 'on' o £ S. officials said, in reviewEgyptian poiicies, that there e many evidences of moderad jring 1964. They added that sident Nasser interceded to ken enforcement of the Arab cott affecting the Chase hattan Bank. U.S. officials cited what they described progress in obtaining compenon for U.S. property nationed in Egypt. A prediction wa made that the Middl< East would be less quiet. PaaJ the danger en war increased it *id wnur— .'ho (ailed for ^B r: ru ''' of a: '' E-.-ypt. the of lt;>ok the line that a break Egypt would endanger Israel and undermine American interests ia the region The> said that a fundamental concern of the United States was maintainence of the security of Israel ami tor thirea sea continued American influence in Cairo was ver\ important for Israel's best interests. The positions taken b> officials, is that American Egyptian re I a tions vill never l>< _:o"d. but that conti' .led Amerie.iii pre.-ence in Cairo, through the .ml program, imore desirable than a breakdown Of cot.tad between the two i mn tries Meanwhile. Chairman .1. W Fulbright of the Senate I'oreun lie f nist Congress ses in Wake Hot Sessions Continued from Page 1-A eaa) Committee, to postpone the •faction of the executive at this time. This step was advocated by Dr. Goldminn because Nerut, which until new has held eete seat on the Jewish Agency ex •cutive, without any departmental assignment, demanded that it be given two places en the executive in accordance with its "due" as shown by the number of delegates to the Congress. He rut speaker-, insisted they were entitled to 'due representation, and accused Mapai oi w i c k e w discrimination.'' The Qoldni.mn plan waadopted, with the labor parties and the Confed r ion of General Zionists, head by Dr. Israel Goldstein and Rose Halprin. voting in favor that recommendation. Herut against the plan, while ah lions were entered by the Mizand the World I'nion of Gen Zionist headed by Dr Eman (Neumann. i-eph Schechtman. llerut's ber on the executive, then an (ej his resignation trom the Jtive. In the course of his re : he charged Mapai with "radiscrimination," and Eshkol I'd out of the session in pro against that accusation. A nr for Mr Schechtman's withal of the charge against Ma %  lowed, and the chairman ol II eeting had a difficult time 1.4 the disturbance. M r. I'htman finally apologized tor rmark and formally withdrew Mock Angus Feature lana daiquiri, are now availa ^t the Black AogM Reetauraot, Fdinc. to Jack Silver and Herb Isky. owners, who declare that paiquiris are made with real las, not oil The drink is according to an old Virgin Is recipe. TINKERING WITH THE IDEA OF SAVING MONEY? %  *E4 Money is important. With it you can do so much. Pay bills. Take trips. Buy a car. Buy a house. Pay for your children's college education. A college education is so vital in today's world and it will be even more vital tomorrow. So help yourself and your family today by preparing for tomorrow. Save some money regularly. Since there is no better place to save than at FLAGLER FEDERAL... we should see you often. Give your children the opportunity they deserve. Remember. The small hands that play with toys today... are the big hands that will mold the world tomorrow. FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS WpfflP Each account insured up to $10,000 l>> the I'ederal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation. CifTMt Annual Rate Compounded Quarterly 4'/,% PAUL H. MARKS, President



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Page &C +Jmist> 0U§0Ml Friday, January 15, 1965 Youth Urged to Develop Heritage budget for the agi <'•> *•• onI >fs?SS of its actual need based on the continued rise in Jewish college en Judaism ,-oilments. He tailed on the Jew among its youth was urged by the isfa community, through local fednai lint' llillel Foundations at' n ations and welfare funds. -** the annual meeting of the Hiilellbegin i \. lional Commission. The need WASHINGTON—(JTA) — Strong-1 the S2.202.0OO er action bj the community to develop a more i i e understanding o( Israel's Prime Minister Levi Es.hkol confers at Jerusalem with two Southern Senators, George A. Smothers oi Florida (right) and Richard Russel of Georgia (left), while the Senators were :n Israel lor school groundbreaking ceremonies recently. Smothers expressed high praise for '.he country's educational efforts for immigrants from many areas of the world. 11 Students Take Part in Service Student congregation ol Beth Torah Religious School featured members of the Torah Reading c.roup during Sabbath services. Pa • ng in t li <• sen ice i ere R tbert, son "t Mr and Mrs Si n Robert n ol Mr. and Mrs Harold Rosen: David, son '.'l Mrs Morris Tenen taum. Lai rj. son oi \l r and Mrs. 5s %> MitJvS Ra> Bookman; Gary, -on ol Judge and Mrs Martin S c h a c hat; Jtymes, son <>t Mr. and Mrs Rob' i-n Mot, IT. Joel, son "i Mr and Mrs Seymour Shwecky; Jerome, sim oi Mr and Mrs Morris Lazar; Louis, son ol Mr and Mrs Joseph Solomon. Lee, son oi Mr and Mrs. Stanle) Friedman; and Andy, son ol Mr and Mrs David Kotlikoff. Jewish educational institutions relate their teaching content to tontempora : i vents and issues stressed in several reports ai d ... In sses. A stud} conducted among llillel Foundation directors al 53 major American universities disclosed that undergraduates todaj -how • i.i. more concern" for social and political problems 'ban did the campus group of a decade ago, but not many associate Jewish values v. ith these interests, it was reporti .1 at the meeting A biennial census released at the meeting showed that threefourths of the nation's Jewish youth of co'lege age—18 to 24 — is enrolled in schools of higher learning. The census, supervised by Rabbi Oscar Groner, assistant national director of Hillel Foundations, showed a 10.9 percent increase in Jewish enrollments over 19S2 and a Jewish student bo.'y of 35 OCO in American and Canadian colleges at the start of the present semester. Philip W Lowp, treasurer of the llillel Foundations, reported that s*m and proportionately i" the maintenance and expansion of the Hillel program The Commission re elected Dr Louis Gottschalk, pro lessor Of history at the University ol Chicago, to a one year term Bl its chairman The [act that feu college students consciousl) find any religious motivation for their involve n.cut in social action issues .iviewed by Joseph I. Paradise, ol New York, vice chairman of the Commission, as "a serious failing on the part ol religious institutions." Me said that civil rights activists and youth working against poverty and illiteracy have yel to learn that they are fulfilling the Jewish tradition. Dr Alfred Jospe, director of pro grams and resources for the Hillel Foundationdeclared that the Jewish community, in itreligious and educational institutions, has not succeeded in creating in The minds of young Jews the image of a Judaism that has something important to contribute to their search tor spiritual dignitj moral significance President Label A. Katz, of B'nai B'rith, warned against "looking ino the wrong end of the telescope and assuming that the problem of relating religious relevance to contemporary problems can begin at the college level. He said that "a sophisticated awareness o f Judaism needs to be initiated through more intensive Jewish education in the early formative year* of Jewish youth." Rabbi Benjamin M Kahn. national director of B'nai Brith Hillel Foundations, said that a "denominational competitiveness" which has In en intensifying relig ions differences in the adult .lew ish community, is now threatening Opening the new Sheraton Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Beach are (left to right) George W. Gill Jr., operator of the new Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Mayor Melvin Young; and Gerard C. Henderson, president, Sheraton Inns, Inc. ^i***^* Ft. Lauderdale's Sheraton Hotel Opens on Time Official ceremonies opening the new 14-storj Sheraton Hotel on the beach at Fort Lauderdale were late, apredicted—hundreds of local guests were delayed a total of ten minutes while carpet was laid and handrails mounted on the main lobby staircase Much greater delays had boon forecast, however, alter lust Aui-t Hurricane Cleo swept through the still-open building Despite the ; to mow on lo the college campus! total destruction oi an elevator and other extensive damage, the 210room tower hotel. Fort Lauderdale Beach"s highest, opened only ten minutes later than scheduled. Cutting the ribbon to open *.e combination convention resort hotel were Ft. Lauderdale Mayor Melvin "Cy" Young; George W. "Bob" Gill Jr., operator of the new Sheraton; and Gerard C. Henderson, president, Sheraton Inns, Inc. The new Sheraton forecasts too percent occupanej with the open i' ] of peak tourist season one v • "k alter the hotel's official inauguration The hotel will be the first in the area to offer complete facilities for convention groups up to 4(10 persons. Another hotel "lust tor the Sheraton, v. hich is only a few sand) steps from the surf, is the tn-t complete public installation of tempered shatterproof glass winch increases wind resistance Morrison and Schifl-Kasanof Display Shown at the recent MassachuseMs Retail Grocers Association annual dinner is the Morrison and :if-Kasanof display. Left to right are Ben k and Sam Sarver. of Morrison and Mickey Liberman, of Kasanof's; Ronald ein and Sam Belson. of Morrison and Schitt lie criticized the growing efforts to fragmentize" the Jewish campus community. He called the "intrusions" on the campus "a divisive approach that tends to dilute, not strengthen, the students' ties to Jewish peoplehood.' He said that the Hillel Foun lations welcomed the effort s of i irthodox. Conservative and Reform elements in Judi to establish denominational stu dent groups "within the frame work of the total Jewish campus i immunity, win. h a Hillel Founda 11 n seeks to serve." The concept ol religious pluralism is valid and traditional in Jewish life, he declared. But the "ideals of plural ism," he added, are lost when op, pres.sive denominationalism seeks to "separate and compartmentalize" the college group. "The basic problem," Rabbi 'Fish CallNow Available A newly patented electronic Iran sistorized "fish call" permitang lers to call fish to thenaxact fishing spot. [otbylologists have known for some time that fish respond to onic oscillations between .so and '>"' i y< Ices, as well as to lighl w aves. Moth have been combined in the n"w. compact unit. The sound waves though only moderately audible to the human i r travi I ome 200 to 300 yards through the water and attract fish directlj to the source. A dial allows selection of seven rent iants oi -< ind ai es. In addition lo the sound selection. o capable of producing li::ht waves for maximum at! species ol fish The table from National and Sen ice, Box 7112, Apex Station v. ton D.C Kahn asserted, "is not the preservation of denominational structures, but to help reconcile for students a seeming conflict be* tween the contemporary culture they understand and tradition*! retius value* wtii ih escape them." Hillel directors and lay leaders here were equally critical of denominationalism. Their consensus was that, in most cases, it represented "competition for loyalty to a religious institution rather than loyalty to Judaism itelf." "Too many Jewish youth, n their religious upbringing, are exposed to only one view of Jewish life and fail to understand or accept th< meaning of a pluralistic approach to Judaism. Rabbi Kahn said. "The separatist trend has alto en ated the paradox Of weakening inn.i Jewish ielation-hips at i time when "genuine approacheto nvtltal understanding are developi. between Christian and Jev -h campus institutions Fein Joins The Florida Bar Arnold member No\ house. Fein was sworn as ,i of the Florida Bar on t the D.ule Coin; Court Fein n .\ ed BSS degn %  Fi the Citj lollt i ol New i LLB degret from the niver sitj oi : tihan Law • %  • h IIbeen men ber oi • • New York M J since 1950, an: is a HIM member : the Association ol the Mar ol • e City Ol New York He is presently State H -torian for the Department Ol Florida Jewish War Veterans, Judge A Mn.it.and Editor of the Mewslei tei Of the JWV Harry 11 Cohen Post 723, and c > -chairman >f the AOL Committee ol the Hot*. • shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith. He served with the 106t • IntanIry Division during World Aar II and has been a member of the Hoard of Directors of the AJumin Association ol City College >>f New York, a member of the Executive. Committee ol the New York Lav yen Chapter of the Amcru -n Jew ish Congress, vice chairman ot the \York Metropolitan Council ol \niii ican \ eterans Con nittei ind chairmat il th< FDR lapter the AVC Fein inte-.i L-ti w in Miami Beach Zech-Nenntwich Conviction Upheld BONN—(JTA The We it German Supreme Court this waedr, upheld the war crimes conviction of Hans Walte. Zech Vnntwu\ ul lied to Egypt after escapir, tro a German jail la-t April The former SS oiliccr was '•need to four years for hirole II vartimc ma-s murder of Poll I Jews He returned to G -rmai from Egypt in August, and SU lendered. He said that fa %  can hack because be was confi I ml i acquittal Transistorized Pish Call \



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F=ge 12-B + Jrl*tnrrHt>9r Friday. January 15, lggt MJcftaef Covert l>r Ifrtir JQar ^Atitzvalt Ho*ro Skoke On Saturday morning. Jan 16. Temple Or Ok>m. Howard. son •Jr and Mrs Abraham Skoke A. Ear Mi'r. Howard it a s oentt i grade hocnce de Leon Juni-r High School, anc • %  --.-sted in. He has beer: attending pie Or Oka Religious S< ; three ;.eari He Bar Mhzvah will be •her. MrDora Ka asky of Cleveland, • I Philip Samuels P 1 : Iff Da: %  : i KE : •<-•.-. Ter Mian i B< Saturdaj Jan If I il %  ;ate. Oppenheimer Due At. U. of Miami IB ttM I Miami on Jar. 2,3 "-'T.-.< > aril] partici P*"' ar. Bnergs Physics eoafef S France land Switzerland. Italy. [| Speakers will include Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, of the Institute of Advanced Studies at Pr nceton. N J.; Dr. Julian Seh• ^" o* Harvard University; nd Dr. Alvin M. Weinberg director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratories. %  .Di Opp< • I %  II II • • %  mils %  l Gall* rj in a talk • • • %  cautiom ns are not to the .'.ill ini atton J a25 of the %  • of Mia %  om i %  -ted by Canto.Ben-Zior. Ekraefceat Philip. who will be presented iith a Bible on behali of the Mol lie Kahaner Sisterhood, i. a memr^er of the fourth grade Hebrew a-Among the out-of-town guests ail] attend the i • are hU grandparentMr. and Mrlack Grober of St L/iuis. Mo Rosemary Falk Rabbi Ehezer A Levi and Can tor Wiil.arr. W LipsOTJ will offil n Saturdaj morning. in Beth David Syr.auogue. let ot Mr Walter Falk : • %  SW 18th •-.-. < ill be Bai Mitzvah. Rosemar) %  tten ghth grade • • High She a member ol the Future Teach 11 ',.' .'•. in : ite Synale Youth Her hobbies are .•qua re danc:ng and ballet, an' an accompli1 .A % .r:and pianist A -•.idem in Beth Da 1 ..': Reli) School rinci the first .-.• %  nok.in the Hialeah Opens This Weekend Ha big eeh brati l ; l .ear • • %  • %  rtbplace of in Florlf'a. H -.:!urday with numerous records in jeopai The • butioi v ; • %  .•a Fk I it includes a total ol $850,000 in : r 16 blue-ribbon %  thi %  1100.0 lassie—the Wid< licap on Saturoa;. Feb 2". and th arsk) Sal nrday. Jan. II e Emanu El Kenneth attei .' :--.-., : r High Sch and pia>trumpet in the ban Rabbi Alfred Waxman will include %  T : .ah of Kenneth Jacobson Kenneth, -on of Mr. and Mrs in Jacobson. 9850 SW 72nd St.. i ide at Glades v here he ian out standing itudent Vicki Belc'engreen On Frida) evening, Jan IS si Temp*F *r olrrm. vTckl Belden green will be Bas Mitzvah, with Samuel April officiating \ seventh grade student at West Miami .luni'.i High, Vicki's outside interests include music, mod eling dancing and dramatics She habeen attending Temple Oi Olom Religious School for the pa-t -ix years The eel. brant Is the daughter of \:rRose Beldengreen and thi granddaughter of MrSarah Ham mer. of Miami. Raenaneh Swirsky At Friday evening late serviceon Jan. 15 at I-raelite Center. Raananah Malkah Swirsky will be KaMitzvah. Daughter of Rabbi and Mr-. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, the cele brant ia ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy and is editor of the school paper Guests present for the occasion will inclixle Raananahents Itabbi and MrM ol Chicago Rabbi Sackho vi| delner the charge to the Bas Slid. \,.li hiheaded the A ols of Chicago i, r ,kj pat M year', armt is a: • !rrn u tional fiaure in the ru a world recognized aul tin Hebrew Day School n. MrSacks is the daught< o( th lati hief Rabbi of Ji Rabbi Z. P Frank \IiSwir-k\. mother ol the Ba> Mitzvah, -erved avice president ol Junior Hadassah n the Committee on Edui I Washingtoo, D. C Frank Galdfarb Frank, son of Mr and MrMorris Goidfarh, \<* NW 123rd St., \„ Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan 16. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A Lip schitz will officiate, assisted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenti^.im Frank, who will be pre.-entcd v. ith a Bible on behalf of thi M lie Kahaner Sisterhood, ia "ifmher nf the fifth grade I .schi-i! graduating class SENSATIONAL INVENTORY CLEARANCE FAMOUS INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN WALL STREET SUITS S 59.50 % Cuitow Shoo < I WAU STkftT J lothet IOUIS R CLOTHIS OTM SIMPSON DAKS ^7 ST X;C;, Beachovear, Sportswear 1 Mat>rdJshtry up to XXXXL Au^'nBw^ rassn ORI&INALS Hi M Inn "" SUM I! •• II H.,Um >.,.—.. Q..liry CI.>k... • Ml LlacaU II, SI 244* L Saarlss %  **, Ft. LaasL the bank at the head of the mall WatbitgtoH Aiaiiit at Limaln RouJ Mall Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach iharttrtd /<>; i -, s *• | J**mlitmUM MtmttP lm .. .,,i, % ,., M JI|)mw m mn



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ry 15. 1965 +Jewlst> ftorkfiari Page 11-.-. ^WQto Zionist Banquet Here Sunday To feature Rabbi Schacter as Speaker ftrschol Schacter, chairm praesidium <>f the Rein-is of AitifMcu. Mitel Hamizrachi, will be peaker ;• t a banquet ol r Miami chapter ol thi n on Sunday, 5 p.m.. kaville Hotel Action "ill honor presiGreater Miami's onhopogues. s -v^ ill further the scholpro-ram 0 f immigrant Israel. Schacter is spiritual lead [the Mosholu Jewish Cenrenx, N. Y., since 1946. He ler president of the Rab% Alumni of Yeshiva Univer\ leading member of the %  Rutive Committee of the Commission on Jewish ChapMHcy of the National Jewish VfWfarr Board and of the RabMMcal Council of America. He h. visited Israel many times and has traveled around the world, addressing many remote Jewish tr-ttininnifffs in fn? Ftff"tasT. Au?trails India and especially in the lands behind the Iron Curtain, noI ably in the Soviet Union. Rabbi Schacter gained wide tame ami recognition for his achievements as an army chaplain in combat during World War ill and was the first Jewish chaplain to aid the victims "i Nazi barbarism in B ii e h e n w a i .1 Concentration tamp. Chairman of the dinner Sunday is Abe Aranoff. Miami Beach Councilman Hyman P. Galbut is serving as honorary chairman. Co-chairmen are Rev. Solomon Cooper, Rev. Joseph Kranti, Morris Friedman, C. Gluckovsky, Henry Grouc'an, Max Hecht, Milton Kahan, I. B. Kramer, Louis Merwitzer, Rev. A. J. Safra, Benjamin Weinberg, and Philip Weiss. To he honred are William Cohen. Agudath Israel Synagogue; Jaek Ciment, Beth Tfilah ton-rcgation: Jacob C Cohen. Commun ii> Synagogue; Moses J. Grundtverg, Beth Israel uoniiregauou; Louis Dublin. Kneseth Israel ton gregation; Joseph Zalis, Beth El Congregation; Dr. Sol Nussbaum. Young Israel of Greater Miami. end Jacob Silbovitz, Etz Chaim Sj nagogue. Rabbinical Committee includes Rabbis Berel Aranovitz, Jonah E. Caplan, Isaac Hirsch Ever, Alexander Gross, Morris L. Horovitz, David Lehrfield, Joseph E. Rackovsky, Solomon Schiff, Sherwin Staibcr, Tibor Stern and Berel Wein. Some 100 loeal leaderare sponsors of the dinner, which will start at t> p.m. RABBI HERSCHEl SCHACTER Sol Ha shin Chapter is director "t the Rabbi Abramowitz Speaks The current best selling novel "On Friday the Rabbi slept Late.' h> II.on Kemelman, was reviewed by Rabbi Mayer Abramov it/ at Templi Mem i airSo< ial II.ill on Wednesda\ evening. MrEl.sie Belskj S >terhood president. By EDYTHE SCHINDLER The Jewish Philosopher Retires on Beach • o\ er For thirty-five \ciri' Israel Llltskj has been p r I 111 1 II i I h e pump ol the Carnation Milk Co. Sponsored o n a W e e k ly radio station WEVD in tw York. Mr Lutsk] so success illy touted the merits <>f the rodtict that no listener within irshot could resist—and in Vidlish yet. Everyone was contentid— cows, mamas, babies, the Company and, most of all. Mr. ] ut sky. Hilled as 'The Jewish PhilOSO pher," Lutsky mined the vast reservoirs of Jewish lore, traditions, taw to regale and counsel one third of the Jewish population of New York. Admittedly his program was patterned after that oi the Voice of Experieni e Down-io-Earlh Lutsky broadcast more than his Jewish Philosopher series He did a fifteen minute spot called "Sugar Patties" for Lydia Pinkham and also a news feature for the II. J Heintz and Muster ole company He employed a down-to-earth, sincere technique as a format lor all his show-. which waa most unusual in the Yiddish language field. He gave advice to the lonely, the lovelorn, discussed filial and parental responsibility. He philosophized about values to live by. about current world problems and any thing else pertinent to the times —all in Yiddish, all from a Jewish frame of reference. His style was nnicpie for the times in that he would blend his m& -^ % C. ISBAtl LUTSKY needs a podium commercial into his generalized patter Before his listener knew what was happening, he was assimilating a d \ ertisi n g with schmaltz Now the Jewish Philosopher has retired—and where else but on Miami Beach at 1604 Pennsylvania Ave. •There's room." says Mr. Lutsky. "in Miami tor a Yiddish ra dio program which would represei t Jew ish th lught and prob lems Miami needs a radio program to present Jewish heritage musically and artistically. The show should not he aligned with any religious or political group. It should not be a panel program What it should do is present authentic Jewish ideas, stories, mu sic. There are a great many peo pie on Miami Beach anxious to hear % %  good Yiddish word." Lutsky went to school in New York with Danny Kaye and Phil Silvers Until the age of eighteen, he was an itinerant DO) cantor He graduated from both the Pennsylvania and Stone Ave Talmud Torah At one time, he was a cub reporter for the Jew ish World in Philadelphia and M Iped Start th.' Philadelphia Daily News. Modern 'Maggid' Then Lutsky invaded the radio field, managing the programing for an East Side dentist Many years ago. it was permissible for doctors and dentists t<> advertise It was at tins point in his career that Lutsky developed the image of himself as The Jewish Philosopher. His theme song, which he still uses today, was a folk-song, "Dor Filozof." He published a monthly magazine called "The Philosopher." and established The Jewish Philosopher's Institute 'I he Institute was based in his home, where he gave lectures and musical pro grams. At lirst, he charged fifty five cents tor admission. When his audience grew to five-thou -and, he had to hire a hall. Today. Lutsky likes a good juke, bascl IS !. lOtball and a game ol pinochle He would also like a podium in the Miami area where the people could come to hear a good Yiddish word and where he could continue to be a philosopher—a "modern Ma Israel Premier On German TV Network Continued from Page 1-A adding that Israel, with its 2,1 (Mto citizens, could be a better m ket for West Germany than s eral of the Arab states togeth For this reason, he said, it wot also be of benefit to West t; many to extend credits to Isr. He discussed the widely deb ted issue of West Germany's fusal to extend the effective d of the statute of limitations lor prosecution ol Nazi war irimin. He said there seemed a "I tradiction" between Chance I.udwig Krhard's "positive attitude" toward extending the de line and the recent ('..: inel de sion aga nsl doing so (me ol the newsmen asked views on thi' problem ol recall 1 \\i -t German scientists and t< nicians working on advanced ponsystems in Egypt The newsman noted that We-* German law guarantees the rigr' to free movement for all Ge mans, and suggested that tlposed a limit to efforts to c-: tain withdrawal of the scierists. The Premier replied that <• thought that "where there is i will there is a way." 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Fri Page 2-C l?nistfk>ri(fiar Friday. January 15 jqc, 'M Consecration of first grcders in Temple Menorah's Religious School took place during Sabbath services last weekend. Pupils presented a proaram of choral chanting. Responding in behalf of the Aleph consecrants were Rebeca Bazyler and Steven Greenwald. and Max Lichy will offer brief prayers ond declamations to the adult congregation. To be consecrated are Rebeca Bazyler. Abram Berens. Alex Berenthal, Danny Berger. Julia Cimbler, Mark Cohen, Norman Cohen. Sherry Cohen, Robert DeBruin, Howard Eder, Neil Flexer, David Golzbein, Paul Golzbein. Fred Gerlich. Dayna Gilman, Enrigue Ginzburg, Gene Goldstein. Steven Greenwald, Susan Il'.es. Andrea Kaye. Ilene Kirshner, Gary Kleiman. Joni Landau, George Lerman, Max Lichy, Alan Maicus. Eric Michcelsor. Tracy Michell, Willicm Nankin, William Israel Trade Commission Opens Office Here to Encourage Better Trade Balance Nankin. Rachelle Nelson, Roberta Olemberg. Keith Olin, David Orens'-in, Bradley Orvieto. Charles Orvieto. Frances Plotkin. Lois Potasch, Florence Pozo. Lucy Rodrigues. Steven Rosen. Neil Rosenkrantz. Beatrice Sapoznik, Frida Sapoznik. Susan Scheinmen, Marc Schwartz. Isse Shnialoski, Scotty Singer, Steven Silvers, Susan Slansky, Max Smolarcik, Harvey Steckler. Ira Stein, Esther Syger, Lori Taub, Ana Terner, Corey Todd, Jeffrey Wein, Michele Weinstein, Joni Weinstock. Mark Willner and Amy Wollowick. Parents, acting as hosts at the k:ddush are Mesdames Siegfried Berens, Mor; Berenlnal. Irving Cohen, Evelyn Flexer, Julius Gerlich. Marv:n Green wald, Nat Golzbein, Ben Steli r>:nard Taub cr.d Hcv. Weinstock. Mayor Snyder Will be Speaker Mayor Arthur I Bnyder, 0 < Sent Miami Beach. wa> gue-| sp^L] at the installation ol officer, the Senior CitizenFriends Club of the North Count v YMHA 14036 NK 6th Ave.. on .---ciay .. 8 p.m. N'euly-elected officer* i ur ^ coming year were ii Pointing to the success ol the venture. Sachs said that his office jn-t completed a Mediterranean Week with the exclusive depart nent store ol (.'arson. 1'ierie and Scott in Chicago, The occasion was held in conjunction with France, Italy, Spam, Greece and Israel. The young Israeli official cam* to New York to study for a Mas ttr's degree in economics ;it the Nev School for Sonai Research. He holds a Bachelor's degree from the Hebrew Universit) ol Jerusalem He is .1 lieutenant in the Israel Army. After graduation from the New School, the Israel Trade Commission asked him to go south on a trial basis, where he opened a commission office at the Israel Consulate in Houston in February. 1962. "Our activities have been budgeoning ever since." Sachs said thai he would like to promote the idea here to lorm a Miami Israel Chamber of Com merce to help our office pi trade leads We have ail American IFood Fair Exec Elected S< en Kansman, traffic engineer or Food Fair stores in Florida habeen elected pn dent ol the Florida Section %  : the Institute ol Traffic Engi oeers succeeding Sherwood Hiller, )l Tamp,, Associated with Food Fan for five years, Kan-man hjs %  • %  an active member ol the Institute for the la-t 17 years, serv iny as vice president during 1963 and 1961 er in Nev Yoi k an i similar I %  • hica I. \ %  %  .• ; ellevi Grealei mi has an I i argc enou i mty to do %  same, It woul I f in ous value to us Patient Room Furnishings Sam Goldman, president ol Gulf Drugs, has endowed the furnishings ol two patient rooms at Cedars of Lebanon Hcapttadi it was announced this week bv Harrj L. Lewis, hospital president %  Robert I.mkin has he. ed resident manager mat Hotel ."nd Countid DJ lh( ST., Lipkin will supervise lor the re i cording to Irving Tillis. executive v ice president and general manager. A native ol Boston. Lipkin has been associated with the South Florida hotel industry for 20 years. He is president and inter al treasurer of the Tfnp cal Char ter of the Hotel Mote: ) International UMtIN WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK Thousands of immigrants like these will be enabled to celebrate the Nev/ Year in Israel. They wi'.I receive assistance m starting a new Die—a home, training for a job, medical care school for the children. The current United Jewish Appeal campaign helps meet these needs. ROOF LEAK? C A £ I, 1(1 on


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Page 6-A +Jmi*tftcridiar Friday. January 15 igjj Frii 300 Leaders to Gather for Florida ADL Regional Board Meeting at Dupont Plaza Same 300 Anti-Defamatton League leaders from Miami and points north and west in Florida will convene Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel for the ttrmual meeting ot the Florida Regional Hoard of the League. Coming from Tampa, St. Peters burg, Jacksonville, Orlando and Palm Beach, thev will join with Mi.uni.in> in discussions of prob lems including the radical left and the radical right in Florida and ol i iscrimination in private clubs throughout our state. Discussants on the problems of extremism in American society today will be Paul Seiderman, of Miami, an ADL national Program Committee. The two board members who will lead off on discrimination in ial dubs will be George J. Tal ianoff and Charles Goldstein. Tal ianolf and Goldstein are. respect ively, members ol the National Civil Rights and Program Committees Chairing the business sessions, scheduled to begin at !i a.m in the Terrace Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel. i> Board Chairman Burnett Roth who. in addition to his du lies as Florida ADL chairman. ha> achieved national recognition BS I national vice chairman of B'nai BVlth's Anti-Defamation League. The business sessions will also include a report by the Florida ADL executive director, lrwin Schulman. on B'nai B'rith's reentry into the National Communitj Relations Advisory Council and a report bj Roth on a project for strengthening communication around the state when problems of an emergency nature occur The morning board meeting will Leonard Abess Has Cited Many Others; § But the Sponsor is a Man of Courage Too %  linkr war .stre\ I tftv LIONARD ARCSS be followed by the Leonard I. Abess Awards Luncheon at noon in the Assembl) Cast Room ol the Dupont Plaza. William Pallet Nominated as Chairman Florida Anti-Defamation League Board nett Roth, chairman "t the i rida State Anti-Defamation Leai iard, announced this week that nominations for new officers, executive committeemen, membi I the Board oi Trustees board members, will be in ( ded m the ADL board meeting i held Sunday at the Dupont Hotel. The board will receive Nominating Committee Chairman George Talianoff's report with the following slate oi officers: Honorarj chairman. Leonard L. Abess; chairman of the board. William L. Pallot. chairman, Executive Committee, Henrj E % % %  :; vice chairman. Executive Committee, Charles Goldstein; \ici chairmen of the board Jos ph I. Brechner, Aronovitz, and Harrj Botwick; treasurer, George Kronengold; chaplain, Dr Irving Lehrman; and secret. •> irwii. Schulman. Nominated for the Board of CLAUDE PtPPtK Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Reliereg Pain Hew York,N.Y.( Sprrtal) For the J rst time science has found a new ealing substance with the astonishing; ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop rectal itch and U relieve pain-without surgery. In case after caw, while-jrently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all resulta were so thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance < Bio-Dyne*) discovery •f • world-famoua research Institute. I This substance is now available In tuppository or ointment form %  nder the name Preparation H* JH all drug counters. Trustees are Leonard L. Abess, Jack M. Fink, Judge Milton A. Friedman, Sam A. Goldstein, David Gorman, Benjamin Meyers, Burnett Roth, Al Schneider, Paul Seiderman, Judge Sam I. Silver, and George J. Talianoff. Executive Committee meml who have been offered for reelection are William Alpcr, Morton L. AnniS Of Tampa. Dr Herbert Baumgard, Al Brock oi Tallahassee, Judge Irving Cypen, Doroth) Krieger Fink. Hon. Richard E. Gerstein, Paul Jeffrej ol Ft. Pierce, Mrs Shepard Lewis ol West Palm Beach, E Albert Pallot, .lack Popiik. A. David Rayvis, Harry Simonhoff. Mrs Bernard Supworth, Sanford M. Swerdlin. and Harrj Zukernick. Ne Executive Committee members nominated arc Sidney Ansin Bi nstein, Mrs Morton 1. WILLIAM I. PALLOT Perry. Ben Sailer ol Hollywood. Robert Traurig and Arthur Zlm met, of Daytona Bea h Ptev board members will also be elected. Abess Award Nominee Calibre So High, It Was Necessary to Pick Two Winners Presentation ol the Leonard L. \iir-Human Relations Award to Cong I la i le Pepper and the SI Petei sburg Times t ill mark the loth anniversary ol the award it .announced Wednesday bj Burnett Both, chairman ol the Florida Regional Anti Defamation League Board. Both added that in the ten-year history ol the award, this will be the first time that there will be two recipients The award will be made Sunday Bl a luncheon of the Florida ADL Regional Board in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Chairman of the Awards Committee, Paul Mderman, revealed that there were 18 nominees brought to the attention of his committee and that the calibre was so high that it was necessar) that two be chosen instead oi the ii-iial single recipient Cong. Pepper was described by League Chairman Roth "as a man who introduced import •rrt social legislation into the United States Congress," and pointed to Pepper's vote for the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 as "the only positive vote by a Florida Congressman, and one of the few in the South." The St. Petersburg Tunewas also selected to receive Hie award tor itdedication to the prttenta lion of truth in the highly rontm venial matter'ol human relationin contemporary society." The presentation of a plaque to the reeipienls im addition to a $1,000 grant by Leonard L. Abess to be used by a universit) for research in the field of human rela lions, These grants have in the past bee • important tin' social sciences •tinmlaiiN in Previous nine recipients ol the award are former Florida Go\ LeRo> Collins. William c Baggs, Dr II Franklin William-. John B Orr Jr Mayor Robert King High, D Lee Powell, the late Abe Aron o\it/ Cody Fowler, and Dr Henry King Stanford. The Human Relations Award which the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith bestows annually upon a deserving Floridian, I'ttraets community-wide attention. Yet the man in whoso name the award—-a beautiful plaque and 11,000 for research hi the field of interproup relations—is present cd, is himself one who modesth shuns the community's puhlu plaudits His credo might well be that those "ho are fortunate enough to help othershould do so—but priv.rely and without fanfare. And thnt'8 the course Leonard L. Abesin whose name Cong. Claude Pepper and the St Petersburg Times will be honored on Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, has chosen for himself. Abess, honorary chairman of ADL's Florida Board since 1951, served it as chairman from 1948 until 1951. Sine* 1963, he has also been %  national vice chairman of the League. His communal work, however, has not been confined to intergroup relations alone. A chairman <>i the old Miami Beach Community Chest in 1950, hiphilanthropic involvements have seen him in leadership roles of the Dade County Community Chest which honored him in 1956, and of which he WBS president in 1950. He has been an officer of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Miami opera Guild, Dade County Cancer Clinic. Orange Bowl Committee, the fund-raising campaign of the Universit) ol Miami, a n d \ ariouother CM ic causes. Along wiin baron de Hir-eh Meyer, in 1955, Abess donated to the Community Chesl it-Comma i-.ity Chest Building At present, he is president of Ml. Sinai Hospital and a member of the Board ol Trustees "i the University of Mi ami. Chairman of the board of the Citj National Bank of Miami and the Citj National Bank oi Miami Beach, AbeslaKo a past chairman ol the Florida State Board ol lei mm.mey an>l former presi dent ot the Florida Institute ol Certified Public Accountants, In whit h he -till is highly interested while these asaoi ial ons hon orand involvements are rarely iefi rred to h\ Abess, the basis on which the Leonard I. Abess halieen presented are very public, and. al time-, dramatic It began with recognition of the importance of anti-mask legislation against the Ku Klux Klan, for which former Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell was honored. The lonely and courageous stand of a single legislator against an avalanche orack bills was honored when -i-m,. State Rep. John B. Orr Jw i presented with the award Th( quiet rVama of a governo it M ing his state through the iioii< of racism and extremisW11 noted In the award pr'i?niK Gov. LeRoy Collins. The true ring of cour • • n voice of a university oil. counselled moderation and erhood at a time when h hard-pressed by extremists given recognition with •• %  !• versify of Miami's Dr. 11 : Williams receiving the a Two years ago. the 1 presented in connection with other "headline" story. Tne hei line was one in which Mi gratefully, avoided sit-in -dr and while the issue ot te J Americans al downtown counter-raced In many an can town. In Miami the q was quietly and construi ti solved, thanklo the le Mayor Robert King High i year. I M President Di King Stanford received aj i hampion ol mai ie ideafreely. 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