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The Jewish Floridian ( January 22, 1965 )

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"•Ofewish Floridian fo IHI'C 33 Number 4 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, January 22. 1965 Two Sections Prxe 20' Dr. King Hits Soviet Line On the Jews NEW YORK—(JTA)—Dr. Martin LAithcr King Jr Negro clt il rights adcr, and the recipient ol the itcsl Nobel Prize for Peace, calll( i nn the So\ iet Government to fti,l all i iminatory measures i • the Jew. h c immunity in (hat i u intrj Ii ti p blished Saturdaj in „ %  \. v. York Times, in which the tegro lea ler endorsed an appeal igainsl Sm iel anti-Jewish discrim Ination I > prominent Americans published last ek, Dr King said that he was "profoundly shocked" > the treatment of the Jewish eople in the Soviet Union. • l should like to add my voice id the list of distinguished Amer leans ol all faiths who have called the injustices perpetrated against Die .it • ish community in the So iii-t Union t<> the attention of the I'orld." In 1 declared. Denouncing the anti-Jewish lone If th' economic trials in the jJSSR. Dr King also urged the rejumption nt the tree functioning ii synagogues, the end of interfer |nee in the performance of Jewish icred rites, and the restoration of liglous and cultural freedom "i ie Jewish community. •in the name of humanity, l (rue the Soviet Government to id all discriminatory measures bains! it Jewish community. 1 rill not remain silent in the face injustice," Dr King declared The protest in the Times was r V' Appeal ol Conscience." %  iid quoted P dent Johnson in declaration made on Oct 28. U.S. Urges Action to Fight Discrimination in Religion fifOMNS AZRArA no jusiiticnticn SMUGGLED H Camera Tells Tale of Horror By Special Report How a camera was smuggled into the gas chamber at Auschwitz in take photographs that are sen ing today ..key p cces ol evidenei in the trial of 20 Nazi war crimini .it Frankfurt was revealed for the first tune in an article i ppear ing in "Congress Bi-Weckly." pub lished by the American Jewish Congress The man who suggested that a camera be found to i' 1 ". it< graph th exterminatio i sci ne w.iJosei inkieu icz, thi :i an Wtsi hwit? prisoner and underground leader. now Prime Minister ol Poland, The man who took the photos, from a hole in the rool ol the gas chamber itself, was David Szmulews ;i, Continued on Page 8-A GENEVA (JTA) The American draft ol i text ol an international (* • \ ention guai anteeing i eligio t eedom w as pi esented this w e< k tn thi United Nations Subcommis vi n en i he Pre> enl Ion ol Discrim ination an i l'r iteetion ol \lii • ies i he presi ntation w a i made by Morris B Abram, the A i can member ol the subcommission n ting here, and president ol \'n. rica i Jew ish Committee i luntries participating in tin on vent i >n w< uld be expei ted n i nly to ntee lull religioi .: eedom to their citizens, but •.i combat discriminations related %  religious beliel 'I he convention ilso proposes that member states et up "> impetent tribunals" ol erurts which will provide "effec \ e protei tion and remedies" for those who suffer "acts o| discrim .nation on the ground of religion belief." Mr. Abram, Ask without mentioning the Soviet Union by name, said: "There is no possible justification for a State policy which denies or simply makes unavailable religious books, dietory requirements or the right to organize religious bod'?s and comr-unicate with those of like belief, domestically and abroad." In short, this c nu^nti m is in ii) tu -tiike at i t erj single re11 sion HI the i ight to i elii \ t • have no bel ly, in all the [oi n thai i ons< ei %  e di inands n long as the righl to freedom ol •it'll r. and jusl demands ol mor ; iblic irder and general welin democratic societ) are re-; ted. Such rel ious freedom d • not weaken the labric of a St % %  i in the contn rj. it strength % %  te in the social order Israel strongly denounced the oviet Union for denying to Jews Continued on Page 6-A For Congress mmigration Change PRESIDENT IGNORES NASSER PACE 13-A TRIBUTE TO DR. LEHRMAN CJAppeal Opens Drive With $250,000 in Gifts lewish people are In the m I hey are esc i i put 15 to hope and dig hity in the State i rael So sa d Dr lr< n\ : Lehi man to large %  i 1 1'ei inn ol the Campi Cabinet ol the 1965 Combined Jew sh \ppeal meeting Mondaj night ii the Diplomat Country Club. Dr. Lehrman, chairman of the '65 CJA drive, was welcomed back at a reception and dinner following his latest trip to Israel with Mrs. Lehrman. He had been invited by the Israel Government and Moshe Shar rtt. chairman of the Jewish Agen cy. to witness for himself the Litest progress being made there "We visited immigrant camps ind homes.*' Dr. Lehrman told the ludience. which responded warmly to his address bj setting the pace |for increased giving and pledging aver S250.000 to initiate the \'Mir> CJA campaign Us i at th" reception was Joseph "UcYeihoif. honorary chairman ol he national lulled Jewish Appeal "One of cur most thrilling experiences," Dr. Lehrman reported, "was witnessing the arrival of an immigrant piano in Lyc'c'a from Iran. But it was no less exciting to view the progress made in Malben institutions, ORT schools, synagogues, and the general school system. The progress made is simply miraculous." Dr. Lehrman, who was also chairman of the successful 1964 CJA drive, last visited Israel some two years ago on two separate occasions: to dedicate the .lewish National Fund-established Me Ami and subsequently the Dan Carmel Hotel in Haifa. "As an example ol the pro Kress." according to the Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader. "Ashoi el sprang out at us from the sea that is how much had been done Mine our last visit on what will ; ecome one oi Israel's largest deep-water ports.' But no matter how much Israel build-, more is needed to meet Continued on Page 9-A WASHINGTON JTA) Pn ii lent Johnson has sent t. Congr -a message asking tor "long overdue" priori!) action to amend I'ni •((I states immigration laws, lie submitted w ith it a bill to reform the Immigration and Nationality \cl to eliminate the national I gins quota system and correct other i efcel The President ci ndemned the quota > stem as i ih tr basic Amei iean tradi lion" which was "to ask not win re a person came 11<>tu but w his personal qual ities 11 said that the procedures implied that men and w< men from some < % %  tries were, iu-t because ol where thej i anie 11mil. more desil it /IT,.than others." an: ould be able to obtt it m without waiting I i ta i ,\s in pn in m n re Conrmucd on Page 7-A Groups Study For Parochial NEW YORK—(JTA)—Major Jewish organizations winch are oppos ed to Federal aid to religious schools studied this week the e\ panded aid-to-education program proposed to Congress bj President Johnson. Among other things, the Presidents program provides lor some form Ol aid to parochial and private schools, and endorses "shared time" practices in schools to which Jewish groups and others interested in the principle ol church-state separation, are opposed The attitude of the Jewish or an izations affiliated with the Nation al Community Relations Advisory LBJ's Schoo Plan Aid The President proposed a technique of preferential admissiors based on advantages to the nation of the skills of the immigrant, "and the existence of a close family relationship between the immigrant and people who are already ciiiiei-.s or permantnt residenis of the United States." I.i -i prel i ould he osi skills i r attain kvoul i be "< nns to this ntry l prele %  %  ould fat or i lose 11 la Parents ol Vn erican citi WWAl ATTEMPTS MADE Arab Soldiers Fail to Harm Water Carrier i ::i. VVIV J 1 A Ai Israel Vrmy scloscd this i, thai Arab commandos have i ral unsuccessful mpl i sabota ;e Israel's NaWatei • project and hat al • asi one i the commanlos w;. c apt un d bj Israel secu:it_\ forces and is being held for ii v est ...'.on. The spokesman said that several attempts were made last week by a number ol commando groups sent tu Israel on -a. !,•.. %  %  assignments i>> ;i" Arah terrorist organization nami I "Fateh." apparently dire ted b> Syrian authori i es lie added that Israeli securit) forces were taking continuous measures foil the activities ol the commandos and that no damage has been done The spokesman made his statement in connection with a "communique" from the "Fateh" headquarters which has a section in Beirut named "Headquarters of the Palestinian CresContinued on Page 15-A Council — which includes the American Jewish Congress, the Jewish Labor Committee, the Jew-h War Veterans and central hod ies ol Jewish religious groups and other organization will not be made known before Fcb 7. when the Ml! \c cxreumo committee will meet on the subject These organizations have previously gone on record as opposing Federal aid to parochial schools, as well as the "shared time" practices. The National Education Associ at ion. long a foremost opponent ol Continued on Page 3 A Myer Feldman Quits Job At White House \V VSHINGTt IN J l'A Pi Lyndon B Johnson made known Saturdaj that led the re ignation ol Myei special counsel and also pi. sonal ad\ isi r on Jewish irs Mr Feldman's resignation was revealed along with those ol a number ol ther lop white House aides held ov< r from the Kenned] Administration, President Johnson said he is promoting Lee White, now associate special counsel, to the position ol special counsel, to succeed Feldman. White has served since the Ken nedj Administration, and is an anil, ritj on civil rights matters. He is also Jewish, but there was no immediate indication whether he will be asked to assume Feldman s additional function as personal ad viser to the President on -lewish matters One oi Feldman's last official appearances was before the na tional inaugural conference ol the 1963 I'nited Jewish Appeal In Washington last week, where he firmed President Johnson i nmitment to Israel's defense. • I



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Page 2-A kmisi* nnridliatr Friday. January 22. 1%; Top Hotelmen Chair CJA Drive The appointment lea ling Frankl and Dave Levins", two Miami Beach h Irving hotelmen who have given outkel. of the V. and slan. ii. sci vice to the com IT, Dave LevinsOO, of th \ nity, to her profession and to the Combined Jewish Appeal, w.ii hsaJ thi; important group i ihe coming campaign," Blank declared. Frankcl i i mi Bi sort n. lie has een a worker in the • ( imbined Jewish .. ::. 11••. n an officer ol thi Exe< e Committee and vice I -. %  • Ihe I ireater Mi. m Jewish 1 itn n He :. mer vice president oi the Jewi?b Home tor the Aged, a leading local beneficiary agencj rt the Federation. Frankel has also served m the Budget Committee f Federation. Levinson, owner oi the Algiers Hotel and Tamarack Lodge, Ellenville. NY has been a prominent igure in philanthropic unrlertak ngi in the hotel industry in both ireas. He served as Hotel Grou> chairman for Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami in the 1959-oC campaign, and was a Combined Jewish Appeal chairman inupstate New York. The two industry leaders pledged their "full cooperation" to Blank ')• %  In Ing Lehrman, 1965 CJA ;eneral chairman. Hadassah Units Hold Meetings I R. Goodman and Business and essional Gi ups ol Hada met on Wed ) evei ing, Jan 20, at Cha* Fedei I S Arthui Mi I ranees Le n revicwi Chil Iren 1ST %  held a lun< he nd card party on Mondaj noon • %  Hotel A GIFT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN :-:M07 DAY WORKERS S6 C ARE HIGH TYPE WEEKIY MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP %  -V % %  A Charities to be Supported The : ""V i harities supporl %  the 1 ward in Noi Hi I pters, B'nai I! nth Women, • ih beni • %  the dance lo be iturdaj ni.ht at Ihe %  urfside To %  n Hall Feature ol the •..ii. will be presentation I a ci '. %  red television set. Music will be provided b> a live band. X\IJB.C5 JIr£B).ljl-! 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~: January 22, 1965 •Jfwl*i>ncr/dFi&n Page 3-A \ .'••"•. Iks--*'-* &f *< to* j Dr. Arzt Will Install Beth Moshe Rabbi 19' inning the installation of Rabbi Richard M. E. Marccvi'.z, iritua! leader of Beth MnshP Congregation, are standing It to riqht Merle Michaels, president of the congreaation; a. Jav Rand, president of Sisterhood; Mis. Arthur Jack bwn, chairman of the Installa'on Committee; and Harry n, temporary chairman of the Men's Club. Seated is Jbbi Marcovitz. icussions on 'Religion Revisited' To be Presented at Temple Judea Here Dr Arzt. vice chancellor ot the Jewish Theological Seminary, will deliver the main address .it tne >11 stallation ol Rabbi Richard M i: Marcovitz, .it ceremonies in Popiel Social Hall ol Ileth Moshe Congregation on Saturday evening, I.I. 6. Dr. Arzt received his Master's de gree from Columbia University in 1921, and his doctor of Hebrew Literature degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1934 Alter some T-\ years in the active rabbinate, Dr Arzt joined the stall ol the Seminary in 1939, becoming nvice chancellor in 1951 lie also serve* the Seminar) as its Israel Goldstein Professor o| Prac tical Theology. Or. Arzt i.me among -even scholars presentlj engaged in traslating the Hebrew Scriptures into English for the Jewish Publii. ti"n Societj ol America Rabbi Marcovitz is a native of Philadelphia. He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania majoring in sociology and religious thought. He holds a Master's degree in Hebrew literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary, where he was also ordainec 1 In addition, as a special pan oi the installation weekend. Hal.hi Mien Hntehik, executive director i i the Southeastern Region ol Uni ted Synagogue will deliver the ser mon al services Fridaj evening. Merle Michaels, president ol Beth Moshe Conere?atinn, said that 'the congregation i extremely gratified that Dr Arzt has hor iied our spiritual leader by being present at this significant occa sion." Jewish Groups Study Johnson Plan to Aid Parochial Schools versitj of Miami. "The Philosophy Hmple Judea, :IL'(I Palermo Av< Carte liable*, has scheduled a se0 | Agnosticism"—Feb. 21. •I eight weeklj lecture discus under the general title of Ri \ isited." .. series will begin Sunday at D a.m., and all are free to the In Hieduled this Sunday is Dr. (i. Werner, associate pro Itesgbi "i philosophy. Inivcrsin ol fii. on U"h\ a Soul and a latter?" Jan. 31. Dr. Edward W. Bi. associate professor oi phi |hy at the I of M. and Dr T. 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Page 4-A +.k*lst fhrid&r Friday, January 22. 198 -. "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The J.i-li Pli nnl (UHlxntee il*K .-hnitb ..f th. in. r hi nd m M.IV. %  -. ,1 In Its <•• %  • 1 ,hd *v*ry Frldnv ulnor 127 by The .lev hP IIU \ r x >. 9 %  •• Mm %  %  %  i Poalage Pa I %  • v Th Jewish Florid,an has ab'oroed th Jew sh Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Je*.h Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Wo'ldW'de News Service. National Editorial Assn. American Assn. of EnglishJewish Newspapeu, and the Florida Pres Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year %'< 00 Three Ve.irs $'2 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 4 19 Shevat 5725 Friday, January 22, 1965 Campai CJA tampaign Officially Under Way The Combined Jewish Appeal was launched Monday night with upward of S250.000 in gifts at a Campaign Cabinet meeting in the Diplomat Country Club. Addressing the meeting was Dr. living Lehrman, chairman of the 1965 CJA. who has just returned :. ci trip to Israel. (See Page 1-A. Dr. Lehman's inspiring address should be carried as a source of unswerving intent to every division end group of our Combined Jewish eal, and from there to each individual resident in our community that the '65 campaign will go well ever the top of the announced goal. Wha' Dr. Lehrman saw in Israel and in the reception centers a! Naples end Paris and reported in his talk is a message of utmoit urgency: the responsibility incumbent upon us to meet the humanitarian and welfare needs of Jews on the move tiom areas of the world in which they suffered priva'ion and persecution. Perhaps central to Dr. Lehrman's message is that no matter how much Israel does today to meet these needs, we mutt not consider our responsibility lessened; for still, the influx of Jews continues, and s'ill, the facilities to accommodate and integrate them must be expanded. As the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal gets under way, Greater Miami Jewry must bear in mind that a vital job abroad remains to be done — a job in which all of us can share by contributing to the campaign. tions since the establishment of the State of Israel in their refusal *o knuckle under to the Arabs is a ca^e in point. It is only acceding to the threats that makes the boycott effective Otherwise, as the ADL survey suggests, the Arab t'cince is an illusion and mere bluster. Message is Loud and Clear Morris Abram, pretiden' of the American Jewish Committee, is one of this nation's truly eloquent spokesmen. As the U.S. member of the United Nations Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, he has demonstrated his capability again end again. Last year, over the Soviet Union's most urgent objections, he fought and won through the point tha' Russian policy against the Jewish community there must be seen in the light of cultural genocide. This year, Mr. Abram has done it again. At c meeting of the subcommission in Geneva, he attacked the Soviet Union before the world "for a S'ate policy which denies or simply makes unavailable religious books, dietary requirements or the right to organize religious bodies and communicate with those of like belief, domestically and abroad." Mr. Abrcm may not have mentioned Moscow by name, but his charge was clear. There .s no possible justiiication for such a policy, he declared, and the intent of his eloquence could not possibly be mistaken. ADL's Refresher Report The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has issued a report which clarifies the nature of the Arab economic boycott against Israel. The most significant aspect of the ADL report is that it lists seventy major American firms currently operating in Israel despite the threa' of economic reprisal against them by Arab League nations. Even more significant is that among these are some fifteen top worldwide corporations. In issuing the report, the Anti-Defamation League performs the worthy service of refreshing our memory tha* the Arabs are prone to make threats even when they know there is little if any hope of implementing them. The experience of several European naImmigration Law Changes By now it seems apparent that President Johnson will be getting out of Congress what Congress has denied other chief executives both repeatedly and firmly. The Civil Rights Act is a case in point. Others are des'ined soon to join it. The President's request for chanqes in the infamous McCarran-Walter limmigration Law points the way toward rectifying one of the greatest wrongs in our nation's democratic way of life. McCarran-Walter passed over the veto of Presiderv Truman, compounded the atrocities of the national origins quota system of the early 1920s. Mr. Johnson's message to Congress was specific in this regard: that a new immigration system must be adopted unrelated to a man's race, religion or creed. Now, it seems that President Johnson may finally get Congress to do something about it. Now, finally, the U.S. may come to look upon itself again as a haven of refuge for the weary and the persecuted yearning to be free. Aid to Parochial Schools If President Johnson is successful in all of his reguests from Conqress, he will also achieve in the area of education what may not be entirely reqarded as the best interests of the people. We refer here to his across-the-board Dlea for aid to education, i n c lu d i n g parochial schools. This is certainly an area which bears more careful study. Particularly for the Jewish community, which has been so vocal about the separation of church and state principle in a variety of religion and Bible-reading cases, there should be a studied attitude toward the President's view. It is conceivable that federal aid to parochial schools may be as much a violation of the separa'ion principle as the other cases. To be consistent, it would seem advisable to study Mr. Johnson's proposal more carefully in all of its ramifications. during the week ... as i see it should *y H OW FAR %  communication! medi! Co in fulfill,,,, its re$ J2 ty for public sen on Station Ch 7. on ,. .&JRS':;:::;; this week d .Grenade H; M -y„ v LEO MINDLIN o conducl | Communist leadership *£ an operati, ,1, Americans to the danger on the left, and to bring him -h "" revenue necessary to operate his radical right prom Tulsa. Okla. It is one thing for a newspaper, radio or tell offer a controversial figure a platform from which h. %  "'" his point of view |i; '-' But Bill) James Hargis la far more than a control rsi.i n lie maj be against Communism: this does not. howevet make him politically wholesome One can hardly dem t„," • ol purpose in the anti-Communism of the late President K who Hargis himself preaches was assassinated as a r i of a r munlst plot, or in Lyndon Baines Johnson, and in s. ", ^ Dean Husk • : J,, Yet Adoll Hitler's political rationale was also root ol Bolshevism l mention this simplj to suggest that i more in Billy James Hargis than his anti-Comn to offer him a public forum The sad thing is that neither Dr Ross BeUei d ol Miami, nor Tom Fairlic, ol th< WCKT -t. : 1 ..hum., evangelist or show him up for what m | thi i ineptitu l< ma I. Hargis seem 11 and ,h '' unctuo sness %  ; i %  i) roil, %  nl him as a i the cloth i e wot lion rithei Hargis THt BlfilCN AND BtNlVOLtNT LOOK gUT BILLY JAMES HARGIS is thi author Ol Pro : Citadel ol ["reason <"vci • which Hargis envisioi s as m ol th. Invis ert the nation, ami in wl ''•• %  ul1 about Dadi i untj In his eyes. our. c, led thi Florida State Legislature I i abandon the v i rnmental system .." 1 H • ivil rights li islation means that "II ; : blue-eyed tierman .it youi placi -!" 'I" Hargis thi Inited Nations i"th it I HI in New York Citj And h Hargis has tin ed hiaffiliation with anti-Semites, his association; Ihemsi l\ ,Hargis current!) appears on some four-hundred radi throughout the nation Dunnthe recent Presidential cani| repeatedl) urged all Americans—white ami Negro, Catholics tants ami Jewsto unite in the ,.,us ( „! conservatism bchin Goldwatei On Florida Forum last Sunday night, once mor< inglj benign ami benevolent, he categoricallj denied any anti affiliation lie has ipurned, he never hesitates to declare I osophy oi men like the late Gerald I. K Smith Bui Smiths long-time professional associate, Mrs Opal rann White, passed through a securitj check m order to attend a Bril James Hargis meeting in Washington, DC. m March l 1 Arnold i uistcr and Benjamin It Epstein report in their booh ger on the Right." also present vsa> a representative of the Natl all Party of New York. %  • gutter-type anti-Semitic group." S0M OF H'S UNSAVORY ASSOCIATIONS WHEN HARGIS ORIGINALLY ,.,u the light and decided handedly to save th.' nation, he sou: lit nut the advice of th Gerald H. Winrod. a propagandist notorious enough for hiSemitism m the 1930s and 1940s to he dubbed the -Jayhawk Hargis went one step further He wrote articles and letters '"'" '"-'"' -""I Epstein, for Winrod's publication, "Defendci a majoi anti-Semitic example of American hate literature nth,:Hargis assoiations have included the late Re\ l v. '''. formei p. stor of the Calvarj Tabernacle in Oklahoma I it azme called Truth." which published am, anti-Semites .,Don Hell. <,, Detherage, ami I Bob Shuler Sr. Furthermore in 1958 Hargis and Wei for a sen,of one-day crus in -i\ Texas cities pnatelj the series was entitl. I rexas l*our lor Christian \ i.-ni "American Mercurj a high quahtj magazine in th,' hc> I I. Mencken, more recently became a monolithic anti-Sen lication. whereupon Bill} James Hargis activel) promoti ll '" : '' : : < with its publisher, ami offered specia scnption rates for the "Mercury" and hiown "Christian i magazine In a wild spirit of excess Hargis described th< i lai ami away the most courageous anil Buthentii publication in Amen,;, todaj Published In Fearless • Americans, the Mercurj brings truth ami human inter,-' n home each month WHAT JUSTIFICATION FOR THF PLATFORM? QNE OF THE piomm-nt trustee,,f (he Hargis Christian I '• %  ill!! f Tulsa, okla who also contributed to Gen Id I K Smiths organization -Dan..,,on the Right" flatl. ate u Foster, ol Tulsa also a financial contributor • i Smith s outfit, was Hargis' business advisor l.t Gen (Ret P A del \alle. n vice president „f t | u | aU M,. rum K H: ,,-, \ Economu i ouncil, himsell an anti Semite, was once listed a. w i oi Hargis' national advisory committee Indeed, Allen Zoll, who m the Di4(> s headed the anti-S American Patriots, Inc., an organizaHon listed as subversive b) thi Attornej General, was en the staff of the Billv James Hargis Ration alate as 1961. While WUlis Carlo, also present at th. ical meeting called by Hargis In Washington in 1962. is an official ol Liberty Lobbj Miamians will recall Liberty Lobby, whose chairman for polic} is anti-Semite ( urtis Dull. Appearing before a Senate Finance I mittee hearing during the Kennedy Administration, Dall charged the real center and heart of (the) international cabal shows its hand: namely the political Zionist planners ." It was this testimony that the Miami Junior Woman's Club wholehearted endorsed until the clubs advisor. Mrs. Charles Magrill. moved K •nother area Ol endeavor here as a membership booster of the John Birch Society. One can go on and on. documenting the background of Billj •lames Ilauis. uhich emerges as something quite different from th, •man oi tie cloth"" imaue he projected on Florida Forum last Sun !r u loi television station here justified in giving Inn a plat!,irm itt' So i !d, \ -H' DU ll, h> i ta lei DC T • > Hie ana In ttr tn, •ni for G F< V cha anr hoi, for Sur a tax a c ed 1 He the wi let B de ca P J; ai n;



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Jay. January 22, 1965 *• h ist fkricfiftn Paqe 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ganizational Life Forgets Jewish Tradition "OR, Th Jewish Floridian: |t. ruling the Florida Anti-DcfaIon League Board meeting Sunlistening to all the .speeches. can only wonder how much Itahness IN still left intact in organisation which, after all. created as an outspoken Jew lefense agency. lie purpose ot this organization eloquently expressed by its which naturally should ihK standing up against any dislination or persecution of Jews. |ugh these principles should injc protection for freedom of people, since this is inexaoly interwoven with our own gle against oppression and crimination, it certainly is not pected however, that Jewish is|s should be subordinated or en ly neglected. This is what happened at Sunn's meeting and luncheon of ADL. Many speeches were •de about human rights, and this connection with the Struggle of the Negroes in their •ndeavors to be equal, but not •no wore* was brought info the foreground regarding Jewish Groundbreeking For Beth Shirah "l;.i\;i r. i; fin-: tii.m. building ^Kirman ol Temple Beth Shirah, anrui.iiurthat the Temple will hold .riiiiiidlireakiny ceremonies, far t'le new I'ducatinn building on Stare..:', i-vb it ,JTIi. new building which will con tain 12 classrooms, a library and a kstodian apartment, was designed I'at chiti-ct Si", mour Drexler Ljl.iiii't Morris A Skop and Cantor na i Sotl lieb ill officiate at ,1.11 ; caking cerem nies, man> community and civic pat tii ipal ing th Kodesh Card Party II proi eeds from the Beth Ko i and %  |j on Wedni lay, 12 30 ored nj tlrs In problems all over the world and especially in Russia, where discrimination against Jewry there is prevalent. It is a reflection oi the attitude ot this Jewish organization in disassociating itself from Jewishnc.Ns. to serve, as it did, a nonkosher meal. This is one of the tendencies which shows the disrespect prevailing and the loss of identity with its own people's traditions. Not to hear the cry of three! million Jews in Russia, nor even to mention their situation, represents another moral bankruptcy which needs urgent consideration by responsible leadership. An overhaul of these organiza tions is long overdue whereby they should be compelled to act in accordance with their avowed purposes in the interest of their people without hesitation and deviation. It is expected that the new leadership of the Anti-Defamation League will understand the order of the day and. as Jews, stand up openly, with all vigor and deter mination. to represent Jewish endeavors and causes of paramount interest, such as for example, a continuous campaign for the liber, ation of the Russian Jewry from their suppressors by free emigra tion to join their people in Israel. HANOCH ZAHAVY Miami Beach EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: In all the years I have lived in Miami. I look to The Jewish Floridian for news of Jewish interest. During the past decade, we have witnessed a continual growth of the prestige of the Miami Jewish community in national Jewish affairs, Unfortunately, the activities seem to be limited to certain fields only. Miami is in the front ; lines with big donations to various charities, the Zionist movement, and other areas of giving. There i> practically no reaction here to the burning questions that have aroused stormy debates in other, Jewish communities throughout i the world. It was a surprise to find in The Jewish Floridian of Dec 11 an editorial concerning the extending of the statute ol limitations on Nazi war criminals. This question has been ol chief interest to Jewish public opinion everywhere. The Israel Knesseth has adopted a resolution voting a unanimous vote ol protest. National Jewish leaders like Dr. Joachim PrilU and Dr Nahum Goldmann have also protested against the May abolition date. Even though I don't approve ol the ">tlk glOVC approach of your editorial, still it is a comment on this stormy question. What disturbs me is that in this big community that is so prominent in other Jewish affairs, a community boasting several dozen rabbis and so many impressive synagogues, with Jewish leaders who are given banquets for their accomplishments, there isn't a I thai this problem bothers anyone of them Is this question <>i calling a halt to the prosecution of foryjier Nazis too controversial for oiukfrcal Jewish leaders? B. N. rfFNEWITZ Miami OTARION HEAR! 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Page B-A -Jen 1st OcrkRat) Friday. Janucry 22, ]i U.S. Urges Action Against Faith Discrimination Continued from Page 1-A f the L'SSR the constitutional rights ol religious belief and prac • ice permitted other religious, national and ethnic groups in Russia The attack was made by David Miirni'T. the Israel Governmentoflicial ohscrvir In accordance with subcotnnu^Mon rules, Dr Marmor did not mention the Soviet Union by name in speaking of the '•deplorable situation afiecting the religious and cultural life 01 a large Jewish community in a great nation" The people of Israel, he v.iid, 'have been profoundly di> turned with the very limited oppor • unities for Judai.stic religious ob-c.'.ance and Jewish cultural ere ativin and expression.' He said that -pecificall.v 1 only 100 synagogues nn out of a total of 430 in 1956. there are no schools of an> kind to prepare rabbi-, except for four stu dentin Mo-cow leading a precarious existence, after 10 other students had been prevented from attending cla--e> because tbej were refused permits to reside in in the capital. 2 "The existing Jewish con^re _atiun> cannot associate with each itber, nor create a central or...;: nation to cater for their reli^iouneeds Nor are contacts with Jew Gen. Sarnoff to be Honored by Seminary At Special Convocation Here Feb. 25 Brrj Gen Da\ id Sarnoff, chairr an ol the board "I Radio Corp.' on ol America, will be honored li\ tin Jewish Theological Seminar} of America when the nary confer upon him its Herbert H Lehman Medal at a special vocation at Temple Emanu-EI in Miami Beach on Thursday 25 il was announced this week b) Dr Louis Finkelstein. chancellor i t the Seminary Vice president Hubert 11 Hum phrey will also be honored by the Seminar] The exercises will be attended l> more than 1.000 guest-, among whom will be notablein the fields dinner in the Diplomat Hi where the Seminary will confer its National C 0 m nui n i I y Service Award upi n several Jewish com munai leaders for "distini I continuing service to the commu nitv at large its Meanwhile, an ooci h took pla< i I the S vie! representative, Evgem \ Nasinovsky, on a related issue This disp .! %  i %  nti red aboul .. proposal made bj Abram that a study I e lucted on equality m the administration ol justice must inONLY DE MEXICO Offers non-stop DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to mum $ For only CITY 164 00 round trip In just 2 hours 25 minutes you can be in gay, exciting Mexico City from Miami via Aeronaves de Mexico. During your brief, comfortable flight, you enjoy friendly "Welcome, Amigo!" service which starts your trip off in the truly hospitable atmosphere you will find throughout marvelous Mexico. And the Round Trip fare is a low, low $164.00. So ... discover the pleasures of flying Aeronaves de Mexico plus the fabulous sightseeing and vacation delights of magical Mexico. See your Travel Agent or call AERONAVES DE MEXICO 130 S.E. 3rd Ave., Miami • FR 7-2391 Menco's largest sirlilM serving Europe. United States. Central Anurir S/iuih America & Canada with the Wocld'i moit modern —•• governments hut also data -up plied bj non governmental oruani zationThe study is being con ducted liv the Sudanese member of the group, thiei Justice Abou Kannat Abram urged Justict Rannat to include, specifically, a rejeent report by the International Commission of Jurists which accuses the Soviet Union of persecuting Russian Jews in connection with trials for alleged "economic crimes." Nasinovsky objected to the Abram proposal with considerable heat, stating that the report by the International Comission of Jurists "is a libel against the Soviet Union." Pierre Juveny, of France, supported Abram s demand that the International Commission's data be included ir the Rannat report. Th' Soviet i epresentative finally said his Government was not op posed to the participation ol non governmei tal organizations, pro vided such organizations wen filiated with organizations in the et Union Mr Abram ret" that, while such an attitude well ai I he v anted to know about organizations that were not allowed to have affiliates in the -ov i.-t I nion. such as Jew ish or izations Such groups include the VM] ish Congress. Agudath Nrael B rith. the Board o| i> epu| -* British Jews. Ang ewiiknation. Alliance Israelite r„, selle. and others # i None ol the Jewish non-govern men! oi >'iiaccredited to. cli • not onlv statements from the UN have affiliates in the L'SSR" (J(lG BANK FOR YOU... We l" ... art ,, c ,, ytm • id bn> but l.ll,.,,, ""•"I "at bean on 'Si „,, • aw It Kin* mo-'hi o-d kg, been %  >>•••••! .th u „,..,.„ By banalreaYi a' rate t. r-o, m-4 no,abba<• •' a ceemnnkl bank, try •• Imiollm,.., Loo> Dopartm.nl t„ the ,..,. ,„, • ,nlllm-t U B | M, D*dJe Caeatfi If yea art •eerly rieef ear rf"a-in *.-flo-, Acof | of AM. and io>. o' 4 00 %  M. Oar reaVobo-b. a howt are <>aa> 30 A *. lo 7 00 M. Ty we and n t of '*-• % &f oTw %  Ctl and no.qK Bs -,,, ,f dO'nq bbttnoii v •„ a : ,ol and p'*a


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Iiy, January 22, 1965 +Jewist> ftcricUar Paqe 7-A \hnson Asks Cong/ess for Immigration Changes [Continued from Page 1-A measures submitted to Con(he new bill would provide re-year transition period. II establish the general rule [no country could be allocated than ten percent ol the number available in any one other provisions of the bill would permit the tiansfer of unused quota numbers lrom one country to another; would give non-quota status to parents Ol citizens and lourth preference to parents of resident aliens; would not require a skilled, first preference pr< specIve immigrant to find an emploj isons Will Honor Katzen Dward M. Katzen, an executive irton 'lire Company, will be Dred at a past master's ban sponsored by Hibiscus Ma%  Lcxlyc on Sunday. Jan. 24. [m at the Deauville Hotel will be cited for nis •out bdiilH services and leadership (master of the Masonic group Jng 1964." Some 500 members juests are expected. •inner chairman Manny Lorber lounced that a number ol out 3wn dignitaries are scheduled [participate in the ceremonies Insurance Commissioner Ed• rd Larson will come from Lllahassee, and other state offi %  Is of the organization have n invited. District Deputy Illiam Dawson, of Hialeah, Id his party will attend the banet. [atzen i> one of the youngest Uiess executives in the south tern United States to be ele ed to the post of worshipful Iter, the highest rank in HibisLodge, has a Bachelor of Business linistration degree from the v. rsity ol Miami, ami was : IRST TRIP TO NASSAU ? UH-HUH NASSAU VIA S/S FLORIDA Romantic? All we can promise arc the festive, fun-filled surroundings. The rest (other than delicious meals, outside seaview staterooms, dancing, recreation and entertainment) is up to you. Fair enough? 3 nd 4 day cruises M in| Mondajj and Fridays it 4 PM or before coming to the United States: and would eliminate technical provisions that the President said ha.nperc I effective use of the existing fail share refugee law. Mr. Jchnson stressed in his mes'.age that the total number of immigrants would not be substantially changed. He said the new bill authorized quota immigration wcjd be increased "by less than 7,000" from the present level of 158,361 per year. Hep Kmanucl t'ellcr. New York Democrat, introduced a bill in the House in line with President .lohnson's call lor revised immigration laws. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, ol New York, said he was preparing a companion measure lor the Sen ate. Widespread endorsement ol the President's proposals developed trom many sources. Including minority groups and a wide range <>f Jewish organizations. The latter Included the United Bias Service. the National Community Relations Advisory Council, the Workmen's Circle, the American Jewish Con gress and others. Murray I Gurfein, United Hias Si rvice president, endorsed President Johnson's proposals "whole heartedly." He said the message demonstrated that passage ol a "liberalized immigration law is in graduated from Miami Beach .Ion our national interest and is long ior and Senior High Schools. In over due He said Americas college, he was active in student strength rested on the contribu politics and was an officer ol Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. Katzen became associated with Norton Tire Companj in 1954, and rose rapidly within the organization. At present, he holds the Office ill vice president tions "of people ol many races and ori;j : ns" and that the present law deprived the United States "of the skills ot potential immigrants who have much to offer James P. Rice, UHS executive director, attended a briefing session at thf State Department for major voluntary immigration agencies, called by Abba P. Schwartz, administration of the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs. Those attending were told the Administration intended to make every effort to bring about enactment of the President's proposals The National Communitj Relations Adviaorj Council, representing seven national Jewish organizations and 74 Jewish councils, called the President's proposals "admirable'' ami said they should be made law without delay. The NCRAC said that the President had stated the need for elimination ot tlie national origins quotas which for so manj years have defaced our immigration policy and mocked our national protestations of equality ol treatment without regard to race or nationality." The coordinating agency commended tinPresident "most heartily on Hie breadth and cogl my ol the recommendations and backed the President's call foe priority consideration by Congress, The American Jewish Con-res; called the proposals "far-seeing and f.i. i ea< h'na HOWARD KATZEN Lorber has appointed the following lodge leaders to head up important Arrangements Committees: Sandy Hiidebrandt, tickets; Henry Haky, program and speaker; Ben Myckon, finance; Bernard Rosenblatt, public relations and promotion. Lorber announced that comic Myron Cohen and vocalist Leslie Uggams will headline the entertainment lull following the banquet. li. .->. RECIPE FOR A SUMMER CAMP TAKE One of upiUIe New York's fmesl cjmp sites ADO l 3 of a crntury of camping eipenence — and you have Camp Ge-Wah-Na <,tttMllM lil'" !•* P 0 Swan Lake. N Y .. Ud~* too! Call LOUIS POLLACK, Owner-Director JE 1-7148, or write for Brochure to 1429 Post Ave., Miami Beach 40, Fla. 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Page 8-A -Jtwistifkric/rtr Friday. January 22. 19 Camera Tells Tale of Horror at Auschwitz Camp Continued from Page 1-A now personal securit) cbiel to the Polish premier The article was writ*en by S. L. Shneideajman, who told how he had learred of t*- story of the camera from Erich Kulka, of Prague, an Auschwitz survivor himself, who tes'i'^ed at the current trials in Frankfurt and who is considered the leading authority on th r.story of the Nazi death center. execul as < y i of 20 A now The Phol '. • [ell thai th.' opening I I S i I i chives maj mi lorn er Nail Iives in \\ esl G • %  •• %  • It is doubtl he %  %  nidiwh East German Government. That S i >int Helen Alpert Teaches Course \ writing class for fun %  (•••i) 1. it K I llelei Vlpe.'l Miami B< resident Thi ulun nivi sity f Miami, Divis i mtinuing E I ucation Mi-~ \.; • .. -' nd cate I columnist, lect i book and magazine writer In hi dents will analyze all techniques in successl I rritii I 'ai I ol e icti i ..,-• Mill be de\ ted 1 ril v.hop to improve and stim eative writing Further infi rmation i. a' fron K ibel • %  %  Models Now Open 9 to J %  I ENTALS: : • Ccn'rol e : r conditiei ? • Elvolor ttrvice • Service orca — each 'loor • Walk-in clott't • 3 Swimming pools Heated • 1200-foot Eocrc alll • Yoehl bo*in • Security 24 hc-rt Writt or Co" for Broc' w 11 Off West Aire. Miooil.Beach J On 8A>f/iM finca,i)^ay g %  information on the crimes of former Nazis sci ing in inj arid civil burei icracj l < amei i :n the death house ;it Ausch 1944 hei thi Nazis %  %  lews with A efforts • .... ., %  %  The heads of the underground within the camp reached the conclusion that photographic proof of the existence of the gas chambers and the crematoria would have to be produced or the world would not accept even the possibility that such things were going on. 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Iday, January 22. 1965 +Jeni§f fkriafttt Paqe 9-A $250,000 Launches '65 CJAppeal Three Ley participants in the Initial Gifts dinner of Combined Jewish Appeal held at the Diplomat Country Club on Monday |v,-ere (left tn riqht) 1965 Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, UJA Honorary National Chairman Joseph Meyerhoff. and Joseph M. Lip'on. vice president of Federation, and past CJA campaign chairman. Continued from Page 1-A the influx of Jews: more housing, more schools, more facilities of ever) kind, according to Dr. Lehrman. During his stay, he had private meetings with Prime Minister Levi Eshlcol, President Zalman Shazar, and saw Dr. Moshe Davis, on leave from the Jewish Theological Seminary at the Hebrew University "We arrived ;it an exciting timi," he said, "the last session in the World Jewish Congress in Jerusalem, when the Prime Minister walked out angrily following an attack upen Mapai by the llerut Party." in addition t<> their tour ol UJA installations in Israel, Dr. and Mrs, Lehrman also visited the eamps in Naples and Paris, "where Jews from Morocco, Algeria and other parts of the world assemble in these reception centers Declared Dr. Lehrman: The people there repeatedly told us iii.it we're not beggars. We'll pay you back.' Their hope is Israel, and through our 1965 CJA earn paign, we can help them get there Some 75 Initial (lifts leaders pledged substantial increases at the campaign inaugural Mryerhoff, who has just completed four years of service as national general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, noted that "UJA has saved millions of lives since World War II and transported 1,400,000 Jewish persons to Israel and 500,000 others to Canada, South America, the United States and other countries in the free world." Federation President Sidney LefCOlUi praised the support given by Initial (iilt.attendees, and noted that the community "is fortunatj to have the services of Dr. Lehr. man. who led the highly suu*-vi 1 tul drive in 1!)G4."' He added: "The success of our campaign, and we hope for a second year in succession to over subscribe our goal of S1.435j08U. is ot vital Importance Labor Groups To Assist CJA [Highlighting the fir-t fund-raising mee'ing of the Residents [Division was the Morton Towers CJA luncheon at which Danjiel Neal Heller was guest speaker. Shown standing tieft to •right) are Co-Chairman Samuel Norkeen and Arthur S. RosiIchcin, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Seated are Co-Chairman Abe Solosko; 'oastmaster. Judge [Meyer Cherkas; guest speaker. Daniel Neal Heller; and Co [chairman Morris Minov. Members and president of Far a d-Labor Zionist Organization in the Greater Miami area met with the Council presidents of Pioneer Women and Poale Zion to plan an all-day conference and luncheon on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement that the luncheon and conference will take place at the DiLido Hotel on Sunday. Mar. 7. was made by Joseph P. Zuckerman. southern region representative ot the Parband Full support to the program was pledged by Zev Baumgold. na tienal United Jewish Appeal Labor Council director, and Arthur S. KoMchan. executive director of the Create:Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal. Members of the committee, in addition to Zuckerman. are Dr. Isaac Unterman, honorary chairman; Abraham Filisoff, Mrs. liarnet Green, Dr Simon Wilensky and Sender Wolson, vice chairmen; Maurice Burstein, Moe Levine and Solomon Parness, committee chair men; William Beck with, financial secretary; Harry Chaet, recording the bank at the head of the mall secretary; and Eli Malm, trcjiurer Active solicitation advisors are Dr Norman Berk. Sam Berkenblith. Reuben Borenstein, Israel Finkel. Mayshie Friedberg, Mi -. Miriam llalpern. Mrs. Eva Kahn, Harrj Sacks [rving Sacks. Oscar Shapiro and MrFssie Wilensky. Beach Girl Gets Merit Award Madeleine Kirschman. recently honored by her fellow students as "Miss School Spirit," has received a merit award from the Dairy Council Of South Florida She is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Sidney Kirschman, 1370 Monad Ter., Miami Beach, and a st ident at Ida M Fisher Junior Ilia School. A cabinet member ol StUdei t Council, she has worked hard t the after-school sales and r Teacher Appreciation Day. The Dairy Council has a contlining program to honor meritor ifl young people in Dade Count) ESTATE PLANNENG FOR ATTORNEYS Subject: DISASUR Cif.USiS A d i \Uii < the v ..i ; ,e. %  • i or ship, and triu D h Act MODER/ ti P" L'P HE V'.-c PrejMer>t nv J f-,'o* "'m : n %  Off'cer P,:. H c' Hi im'l Beach PANEL. %  J ONSOR: EN. 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Pacje 10-A hniit fhrHi tr Friday. January 22. 1965 Florida ADL to Negotiate With Social Clubs That Discriminate Against Jews Florida Resiorul Board of the Arni-Deiamation League of B "nai B'rith affirmed its determination Suaday to enter int.. negotiations v. ith top leaders of social clubs throughout the state that practice diseruniaation against Jt> in order to put an end to such policies Delegates at .1 morning session al the Duponl Plaza Hotel, here iron Tampa, si Petersburg. Jacksonville. Orlando and Palm Beaeh, heard Charles Goldstein, new vice chairman •>) the ADL Executive Committee, and George Calianoff, member ol the Board U Trustees, in ;i report on Ihe ati -t statement \ policj on 1 e us discrimination adopted by the ADL National Commission in 1963 The policy declares: "As part of its educational program, ADL Pepper, St. Petersburg Times Receive Annual Abess Human Relations Award Several hundred persons gath > red Sunday noun at the Dupont Plaza Hole] to witness the tenth annuaj presentation ol the Leon ard L. A boss Human Relati tns Award to Cong Clan le Pepper and the St. Petersburg Tun.The paaseatation was part ol the Flor uia Regional Board meeting ol the Anti-Defamation League ol B nai .Hi. Thiwas the first tune in the history of the award thai two re rijuents were cited Donald Baldwin, executive editor of the Times, represented Nelson Pointer, publisher, in accepting the award, who declared: "We dor.'t expect most of our readers to agree with us ewer> day. But we want them to be able to say that ojr opinions are fair." Baldwin said thai our receipt ol the award shows ue'vi made a • lip in the righl direction." which he characterized .1"forceful expi ession of the prim i] It ol den "d.ii > Dec la 1 ing that "our community wants a proper reflection ->i the news." the executive editor added that we musl also lead .i< the watchdog ol local eminent." Baldwin cited Pinellas Count) as an area ""where 62 percent ol the people are registered to vote." also pointing to the encouraging percentage ui Dade County, As a consequence, he said, "it is no accidenl that cities like SI Peters burg and Miami, with their bold and aggressive newspapers, have been tree of racial violence." Pepper, in hi acceptance talk. Southwest Center Affair Annual Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood games night is slated for Tuesday evening at the Center. Public is in\ ited to the fund raising affair 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of KLL-T?N. 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In ad lition, Pepper praised Pres ident Johnson's War on Povertj as a -iTat step forward in the achieve menl ol human equalit) A surprise guesl at the Abes \ard luncheon was the noted Ne gro comedian, Dick Gregory, who uamed that the current racial tin rulence in Ihe l S "is nol a problem ol black against white, but ri^ht against wrong." Declared Gregorj "We have the finance and the intelligence to solve the problem. If -.'< %  don't solve it. it will solve us Beth Pepper and the st Petei burg Times received plaques, in addition t a SI.000 grant by Leon ard 1. Abess, patron ol the annual av ard, t-> be used by a universit} for research in the field ol hu man relationshould urge local non-sectarian community groups not to meet at social ckbs that discriminate on religious grounets." This adds to an earlier 1962 stateI ment, which declared "That this educational program shall be developed not only with respect to clubs that discriminate against persons cf the Jewish faith, but also against clubs that discriminate against persons of the Christian faith." In their report-. Goldstein and i„li..n it emphasized thai a number '1 social clubare stil! in ex stence in Florida which continue • f bar Jews from membership and hat even refuse to permit Jews ler .iguests oi members The Florida Board adopted a resolution granting permission to Ihe Anti Defamation League to negotiate with the discriminator) clubs Al.-o discussed al the Sunday morning session were aspects ol the radical rinht and ihe radical lefl Presenting reports were Joseph Brechner, of Orlando, vice chairman of Ihe Florida Board. anil Paul Seiderman. chairman of the Board of Trusteeand a mem ber ol the ADL National Com mis-1 n Adopted was a resolution calling a polic) ol intensification on Ihe part of the ADL to combat ex tiemism on both endot the political spectrum. Emphasized was Ihe mosl recent National Commission polic) "That ADL continue to expose and educate against those extremists and radical organizations which exert a divisive and lemocratii impact on Amerii .in society Also at the morning session, William L. Pallot was elected new chairman of the Florida Regional Board of AOL, succeeding Burnett Roth. Pallot is president of the Inter National Bank. A member of the law firm of Pallot. Silver. 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Friday. January 22. 1365 +Je*isH1cridlian Paqe 11-A Israel Bond National Inaugural Here Feb. 19 The Israel Bond Organization .MII inaugurate its campaign to >cll a minimum of $100,000,000 in Israel Bonds during 1060 a. an in terqationa] inaugural conference lo be held the weekend of Feb. 19 .it ilk' I'ontainebleau Hotel, it was announced by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organisation. The [srael Bond conference, slated to briny together more than 2.000 prominent men and women from the United States, Canada. Western Europe, South America ,ind Israel, will be held here from Friday, Feb 19, through Sunday. Feb 21. Dr. Schwartz alto announced that Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, III., national campaign chaiiman of Israel Bonds, will serve as chairman of the inaugural conference. In the preparations for the Miami conference, Rothberg will spearhead the initial sales effort at the top level to establish the pace for an expanded campaign program this year. in accepting the conference chairmanship, Rothberg said: This conference will usher in Israel's i'ear ol Industrial Development, The S 100.000.000 we seek dining I960 must help carry forward vital programs ol industrialization, irrigation and settlement throughout Israel, oi particular importance are the plans (or the first stages oi settlement of large areas ol the Central Galilee wbicil are still lor the niost part unpopulated." Since it.inception in 1951, Rothberg declared, an unprecedented Dead Sea Scrolls To be Discussed At Beth David Beth l>a\ id Congregati in announces tb.it Dr. Abraham Gold berg ^ili speak on the "Dead Sea Scrolls, Their Meaning and Significance" at Beth David next I uesday 8 p.m. Manuel I.ubel is chairman ol Beth David's Adult Education Committee. The lecture i open to •hi' public. A social hour will lolA W Dr. Goldberg is visiting associate prolessor of Talmud in the Rabbinical Department ol the Jewish rheological Seminar} ol America. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr. roldbarg attended the University of Pittsburgh and received a BSS degree from the College of the City )1 New York. He did graduate wofk .it Columbia University and was irdained ai the Seminar) m 1941. Dr. Goldberg served as spiritual leader of Temple Emeth in Chestnut Hill, Mass., and then entered the United States Army, .where he served for four years, aart of the time in the Southwest Pacific. He completed his studies for the PhD degree at *he Hebrew University in Jerusalem and was appointed to the university's Talmud faculty, where he has been teaching for %  nore than ten years. lie w.igranted a leave "i ii> ence t" (each at the Jewish Theo ogical Seminary for two years. Dr. Goldberg was awarded the tabbi Kook Prize by the municipality oi Tel AMV. Israel, for his .ritual edition of the book ol Ohaloth." a section of the Mishna •le ia regular contributor t %  • many ilebreu scholarly publications, in. lining %  •Tarbitz," "Kiryah Sefer." and "L'Shonenu." amount of investment capital has been mob li/.ed for the expansion, oi ever) facet of Israel's economy A toial of S85.38u.350 in Israel Bonds was sold in 1064 in the United States and other parts ol the free world, exceeding last year's S35.000.000 quota by S380.350. The amount raised in the 1964 Israel Bond drive, Rothberg said, "constituted a record for the campaign, representing by far the largest sum sold in any year durmj the fourteen-year history of Israel Bonds. It was an increase of more than 23 percent over 1963, when $69,172,050 in Israel Bonds were sold," he noted, "and it was the first time sir.ee the Israel Bond Organization was established that it had attained an annual quota." Pi inting out that this year's goal 01 $100,000,000 in Israel Bonds sales will constitute a tmrd ol I> rael's development budget, from which allot ations will hi ma le for key agricultural ami industi ial !<; %  iit> and other basic development 'I",, cts, the comerencc cha rman listed the following major economic pr< .raniwhich will r< quire financing through the •. ai Bond dn\e during 1965 • Accelerated economic d< i I opmenl ol the Negev, where the new Israel Bond aided irrigation %  cheme i> opening up a n< .. area of agricultural settlemenl Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood was to hold a luncheon and card parly n the Social Hall. 6500 No Miami Aw on Thursday starting at 11:30 • m Hostesses were to be Mis lose Schwartz, Mrs. Ida Rothman ..nd Mrs. Sadie Saul. OR. ABRAHAM GOLDBERG Youth to Fore At Emanu-EI Confirmation Departmenl a n d both Ibi' Junior an.I Senior Chap ters of the United Synagogue Youth "i Temple Emanu-EI will attend Sabbath services in the main sanctuarj *-ith the adull i ongrcgation on Saturday Follov :ii-: sen the young people v ill ad journ to the patio lor an Oneg Shabbal luncheon to welcome home Or .md Mrs In ing Lehrman from their briel trip to Israel cm beliall ol the Combined Jewish Appeal. Held each month, the luncheonare part of the extended youth ac tivities program "i the Temple sponsored by the Youth Commission under the chairmanship of Mr> Murrj Maisel Youth ami l SY breakfast for high school seniors will be held on Sunday morning at lo a.m. Sen ices will be held in l'riedland Chapel, and breakfast will be served in Sirkm Hall Rabbi Lehrman will -.peak about his trip. 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W'ttt'w / • Completion Oi the new deep water harbor at Ashdod. • Settlemenl <>f unoccupied areas of the Galilee as Israel's newest development sector. • expansion Ol industrial production, in order to absorb I be continuing flou of a record number ol immigrants. • Intensified exploitation of natural resources, including phosphates, oil, natural gas. and the potash and bromine ol the Dead i Sea • The construction <>i housing for new immigrants. Rothberg indicated two major highlights oi the conference around which its activities will be focused: 1 The inaugural dinner on Sun day evening. Feb. 21. which will honor Sir Isaac Wolfson. i,l Great Britain, prominent Industrialist and philanthropist. The dinner will also celebrate the 17lh anniversary of the establishment of the Slate ill Israel. 2. A luncheon on Friday, Feb. 19, which will signal the start ol the campaign ol the National Women'.-. 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Page 12-A +Je*ls* fkrMlan Friday, January 22, 196$ MA ICJIOWS S AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rabl>i Isaac Ever. KYiil.t> ". ir. and x p.m Sermon "Thi 'in-tan' Struggle Between Youth and Aci -.,.;, .* t s. t la • Tank of Spread ng Hod'* l.iu 111 ih. \\ • •• Id Mini ha i l."i p in — • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATiON <"85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. crvices I ,-.. %  ,.-; %  J his LXJeehend ANSME EWES. 2533 SW Conservative. 19th Ave CANDLILIGHJING TIME 19 She vert — 5:37 p.m. %  it* ill.W. of Mr :, Bai Mlt ah Moyd, % %  \h itui i"ii i.i-i" rnian. '•in BETH DAVID ?&?j SW 3rd Ave Contervative. Cmtor W.lliam W. Lip•on. FYlilaj "• i' and :'. |.m. Strmon: Mlnch:i "Prom Ml Tli> People* Sal ii in Sermon "Ten Word*." Itai CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP MlM tlvah I'harli -. son ol Mm Sara AMI. 1519 Washington Ave. OrthoSili. rin.in and ili. lati rlydne; M dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig. MK.-riii.in • —— — • -LAGLER GRANADA SO NW Silt BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. OrthoPI. Conservative. Rabbi David Roadox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 10 nil in p.m UueM ivi.ii\ R:t3 p.m. rVrnrnn: "Holloas of speaker, Munirlpul Court Judire MilTrees." POM -liar MUtvah !.•• %  I'ohen |..n l-: i. %  • 111.. • 11 Topli "Tlie Uichtei win officiate during service*. One* Bide "f thi Lav Sal irdaj • 10 :> ni Shnblial hosted l>> Mr. and Mrs. MatI TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con%  arvatrve. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I--, ,i • ...,.! • p III Sermon: i!. Ten Commandments, Are The} i|il. i -in,.!., .j TIM Sal II daj 8 IS ,iiii s. II "Truth, Hi' Cornerstone ,.i Law and Justl. • Hoi MlWvah: Samuel Jacks, itrandson "f M: and Mrs Jack Jacks, Mincha i:SU p.m. — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert B.i.uiigard. I j,i.i\ .'• p in Si I % % %  ••ii Tli..!• w of iii.So\ • i L'nlon Whal Can Wi I Hi i,. Help Tli. in'.'" Saturdaj ill', a.m. Bai Mitivah: Billy, -" ol Mr. .iii.l Mrs David Tobln. s. rtnon I '.<* rnal > the l'ni\. sal I-i" Min.ii.i S l". p.in BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Box. Rabbi Berei Wem. Ortho%  ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Vamches. — • BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Ben am n Ben-Ari. FYlda} <:IS p.m iluesi 1 ....•;,• %  lie • Binn an i. > .ii,,_ • I The Poi • A XeW C !,' — • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. "3630 W. Dcie Hwy Conservative. Raoli R ch rd Marco, ti. Cantor Seymoui H -krs. I i Mi.v.-nu n — • BETH RAPHAEL 13* NW 3rd Ave. Ortncdox. Ralph Kneger, secretary. • BETH TPILAI rt Ave Orthodox Rabbi Joseph t. R.ickovsky — • %  ETH TORAH ie.4th St nncl NE 11th A > %  %  R a bt Max Lip• Cantor Ben. Z in KuschenI RAPHA -ft St. liter. L 1 Hi. %  Cohen In honor of Mr. and Mrs Jack Woolf, M Cohi n's pan nts, who ar< marking • %  wedding annlversar> Saturdaj 9 •• m. Ilai Mltxvah Jeffrey, -"ii ..f Mi. and Mrs. Isidore Burak, Min.ii. %  '•::' %  p.m — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Pi .1 i "i". :• in Saturdaj :• .i in Minolta %  "• -' %  i' in SRAELITE CtNTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu I si ii n S.uu \;:•/.. h K c, %  n St. I 11T %  -II 1 I,, : T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen r %  la) !i '• %  • nd • %  %  rairni r ti %  • i : Mltsvuli: Nil Si %  ni m rh< Ji wish \\\ low .,1,1 I ': ,.-. • %  — • JACOB C COHEN COVM UNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washn M i v Mil I i %  • %  ill • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1-H5 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. nd Jl :• in S. iin. .II I"., Ti i rn I it II n l.ivi I ... i• :•.., %  .-• i' %  TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYf WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Frldaj vr. p.m Sermon "Lovi and Marrlaite." Saturdaj n a.m Bai Mitivah Mark Harris, son of Mr. and Mi s Mai in Cohen. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruct.onist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. l-'iii..y pin Sermon: "Does >'.•••! Reward (he Hood and Punish ilis on the third day. when it wa> morn ni"., that there were thunder', and lightnings a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud (Exed 1 a ticket. We are going to l he Railroad Station. You are studying at (in) the University. They live on Her*l Street. I'm looking for an apartment You are eating in a restaurant. She wants to go. We are starting lo write (fern ). You can read a Hebrew book (Plural f) They (fern 1 work during the day and study in the evening. Very good' Thank you! Don't mention ii! See you soon! — f'r E*S*" *:-;K ; %  t rK •TK-D-B-S r':z? nffa Kin rann r-~~'~ ='=?*" "?•* rs m T, s*n-x s'-; c^ rn*i rtftr.'s *:K rr-? nfii -3" •ec H"-r .-rr* -K Sips .— %  ;•:• B"? r-s-; — ni • %  r* — .r-K-r ••—•tttaiei 4 W '*_ a^lV i iv.--.*f> to TSf remember I (f) you if) she I mil you (ni) he all the — from lesson — -2 m 19 — TV: we (m.) •:-:(< lessons D'l-i wc "jnjjt >ou (pi. D.-X to write awa? you (pi. f) ??? maM) note book rianj they (pi. 1.) ir> ihey (pi. masc ) Dfl to read book — books lh|J? — TCP onco TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman. 1 I'l.t \ s .;, |. in s, : in, II Tli.. I •> • a i 1 IKIII >auir, %  las • • ., in I '.II Mil /. i l: n.ii.l U hew, -"ii ,'i Mi I Mm St.ml. > Kin nk • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Pi Idns v '." |. m sVn in srntind thi rt'..rll 12 imyn.". Mr* II11 • % %  ; > Sill] SlKtl I I I %  t • -Hi. lit. Will • \I. ml • • i.rin ll.ill'ir ..1 N'.. ii.il W %  : %  Satiirita) Srrmon Thi Wi r rtlon r Bar Mltsvah: H.iv i Si ruilman \1 il ujliu \\\ .uni i hua — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. %  i "an I A I • i I I. \ iii-,: • TEMPLE JL'DEA 320 vt. Lib. a' Reform. Rabbi '. : %  • j i\ip. per. TEMPLE F'.OKAH •St Con • %  %  ewitz. Cant — • TEMPI EN Tat .-. •• Modi tional. Ratlin Euoene L .< ': Cant;S III H, Breeh. — • TEMPLE OR OLOM • .St., Mia Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldn in %  %  — • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12'00 NE ibth Ave. Reform Rabbi Daniel M. LOWy. Cantor Chet Gale .' %  i %  .i ; Ii I' — • TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative. — • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avt Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Bicoks ,, A, m .r|. Cantor Ben Dickson. l-'r rtny %  .-. : \\ • i r.iihr %  • rin i i i -. i Mum "Thi n I U:i' p — • TEMPLE ZiON. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. • TlFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Consei vative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. |, II, >. i in', II I'll. Porl nn ni I hi IVi • .. — • — YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm St.iuber. Krlda) \\ i Co Full Jewish Life in Miami Not a Dream but Necessity 9.tcus have long attempted to \ ince i In mselt es ol the "fai thai positive, traditional, full) i servant Jewish living was not tr-nded lor the American sho L'nfortunateb the grnl m American Jews have been delui into accepting t hi "fact." \ be seen and not heard applies as thus we are now on the brink \ .iin-!;,", Vmei ii an J c %  • i \ ... ho has %  1 : -. this i > .'• i I are all an %  not in al these \ mil Jewish lih' in Gr< The historj ol Ihe American ami, .1our ancestors del Jew 1 dm -It' noi r or 1 • • 1 y t h a t w e "11 cai Noted Rabbi Will Talk m Broward 41 RABBI Wilt 11 I -11 I e w i s h Rabbi Israel Goldman, spiritual S>nagogue ol America, ill leader ol Chizuh Amuno ol Balti duce Rabbi Goldman to more, will address :i gathering 01 ence representing eight coi the United Syna__ m J __^_ uons in the North Dade ai ard County art:i The United Synagogue i \ ica is the organization rd Conservative congregations 1 %  I nitod states and Canada n ing over one million i" 1 The Southeast Region ha> in Miami under the dire* 1 ** ca al Temple Si 11 ;i 1. Hollywood, on T li 11 rsd a j night, Feb. -i Rabbi Goldman w ill |i e a k on "New I i 111 0 n simis in Amen can Jewrj %  lie %  e n 1 de\ 1 l<) p %  will discuss rec BABBI COIDMAS Bf!Cli 7,lOT\ Meet ni nim the American Jewish community arefleccted through ihe work ol the Conservative move ment Next Thursday 1 M: ami RJM A %  %  Dl %  1 B Rabbi Goldman is a past presie'ent of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and a founder of tht National Academy of Adult Jewish Studies of the United Syria gogue of America His appear„., „ ,„„„ R( ance here is part of a United Synagogue Adult Education Cavalcade, during which Rabbi Goldman will address five congregations in the Southeast area. B iai Z n will hold Its ni s ular meeting on Thursdaj J Ji p 'ii ..1 Wa ihington F 1 v, \ v e \ Ri isi 1 pn 11 %  ihe b 1ni -s 1 iss plans to obtain Seymour Mann, president ol the u York attornej Bnd Hyman J File [el, formi 1 Bnal /.mn president, will : round table discussion on I pl.-linieiiis ni the MU) World /'"" % 



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riday. January 22, 1965 +Jewlsti fhridifir Page 13-A V OW SPIRITUAL UADtRS Rabbi Zevi Greenwald Of Southwest Center [Rabbi ZevJ 1 Greenwald is spir ual leader of the Southwest JewCenter, Miami, which he serves iw for the second year. He was rn in Pressburg, Czechoslovakia. ibbi Greenwald is a descendant a long line of rabbis. | Among them were Tosephos lorn Tov," and "Maharam Shik." was ordained at the Yeshivab hacham Sopher in Pressburg. ;ilso attended the Rabbinical kminars and the Goethe I'niver|t> in Frankfurt, Germany, as HI as the Rabbinical Seminary Yavneh and the University "t irbonne In Paris. France Rabbi b-eenwald is now ;i PhD candilie at Dropsie College in PhilaMphia [For the past twenty years, Rabbi Ireenwald has served several ion legations in Biddeford, Maine, ewark, N J., and Philadelphia, He belonged to the Rabbinical i i Greater New ark and Hoard of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia. He is presently a board member of the Zionist Organiza tion in Coral Gables. Rabbi Greenwald has contributed numerous scholarly articles to various periodicals and newspapers. In The Advocate of Boston, Mass.. he contributed a weekly column on Jewish literature for several years For a number ol \eais. Rabbi (Ireenwald also conducted his own radio program and went On lecture tour-. Rabbi Greenwald is married to the trmer Erna Steinlauf, New York City. Rabbi and Mrs. Green wald have one daughter, Penina. twelve years of age. who is an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy. UEZALEVS ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE Complete tin'! of Religious Articles cmrl Israeli Art Products lARCf StltCTION Of TAltSIM, If HIM AND YAMULKAS Special Attention to Oar Mitzvah Outfits ? D COHEN 949 Washington Avc. it 2-2210 Completes Tax Study Samuel .1 Rabin, a represents live ni the Miarai-Litman Agencj ol the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co in NE 1st SI re cently completed an in-depth study in the fields ol taxation and business insurance A graduate of the Universitj ol Miami. Rabin one 'i Ihe top producers of the Litman agei nd lit es w ith his wife and two children at 5800 Alt m Rd., Miami Beach REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest t, Oldest Supply House for Synagoques, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale Retail ISRAIU GlfTS AND NOVUTItS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI &. OOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools 4 Private L •• 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 AMERICAN ISRAELI \ t-" RELIGIOUS STORE o ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOn SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. M.AMI S EXCLUSIVE It* 'Mii .'tit Rl 'MUI/M//A $ Smutty ANDCOMMUNIIY MAUSUItilM J tin information' M0 1-7693 OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Offle* daalgn* mm4 fwmlahlngai : trow auuiiffadurar BMka.Cha.rt, Sofa*. Cradanzaa, Evrythif>f 9m th Otflce of Dlaflncfioa President Johnson Omits Reference To Nasser in Foreign Aid Request RABBI ZEVI GREENWALD B'nai Raphael Updates School "Recognizing the need for updating and modernizing the Hebrew School division, we have met the challenge by piloting the first departmental system for afternoon -. hi ols in this area.'" accordant in Rabbi Harold Richter, sp ritual leader ol B'nai Raphael Congrega tion % %  'In encourage a steadfastness in the aim for even bettei ed i< a tion." according to Rabbi Richlei "we have established a new standard 01 minima! requirements, where children becomint nine years <>t age will enter into He htew training Bert Levy, president of B'nai hael, said that "the program hi already been started and will b • full scale operation bj Septem her. 1966." Declared Rabbi Richter "We recognize the tact that u the remnant ot Judaism is to rise to full bloom, the entire attitudes toward Jewish education must become positive and forthright." WASHINGTON—


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Paqe 14-A kwlst fkrMfar Friday. January 22. 1965 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Just How Jewish are Jewish Vocational Services in U.S.? LJOW Jewish! % %  iJewish oca | i o n a 11 Servici This: luestion i-| ii o w bei n g B sked i n .i ti u m b e r of, i (i in ni u n -I itii where lo'• cal leaden are racing the issue ol sectarianism ol tht Ji ish %  onal Sen-ice 'I i policies of the J Vocal Services in al I I %  ni the larger 11 mmunities varj In Boston, the policy is non-sec taria'n. excepl for job p ment sen'ices lor par il< es and foi business ven litre* In Bnl alo a n stud< thai approximateK 66 ol those si i sei \ ice are Jew ish, but the \ o S Di 'incut does in i inqu i e about religion \. h %  plica oi is ma ; %  In Chicago, placerpenl sen la s a i Iter %  k hop is non sectarian; vocational counseling services i nded to n in Jew • II a < ounselor s a\ ailaI %  • and %  i paid In Cii sei offered primarily to c i the Jewish com ;.. placement sei t Ices at e ble lo all who seek them i counst jng si i t :. i aic a\ ailable to Jews oi ly; menl services are open to the > i mmunitj but onlj .. Ii I onl> from Ihc Depai tinenl ol Vt i ai ional Rehabil ..t on ol State ol Colora lo In Detroit, ;> ment sei v ii es arc counsi I sei vici • are re liictcd the Jew i-. con ty; ork saop sen id • i inr strii led in Kansas City, priorities arc given to Jew sh clienl i >r \ %  • cat.onal coui •• • %  'ment; vocational rehabil ital ''ii and special i : > %  % %  %  • %  < i tan Ii l.os Ang 'les. ty of servii i nded to Jews; to the extent thai •Mini, services ai tended to non Jew w (th s| i i mi in Miami, shel workshi p service is availal a %  o sectar an basis aloi Ji in.h clients arc not denii opportunity for such sen ii e catiortal counseling is u\ a onl) to Ji exi epl if non ,le are im i Ivi d in a F dei %  opt i 'i i by the a In Milw aukee, all ser> il le on .i non se, l ba*is excepl refugee Copifo/ Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Newport News Takes the SS Shalom to Her Heart THE historic Virginia seaports which once sent a fleel ol frigates into actioi against the Arab; ol ise proud \ rginiam resented blackmail, blockades and I Its of the earlj 19th centurj displayed same attitude toward thi Arab oycott epair work on the Israeli lii n i le Newport News Shipbuilding and Drj red the threats ol the Arab boycott ofiice in Beirut Virginia does not permit the v < e '.i dictate whose ships to repair It was discovered during the repair ol the Sha.it Newport News, \'a that Israeli relations Virginia are excellenl It the South secedes from the Union, this ia factor worth considering The Shalom sailed to Virginia to have her b u mended following the unfortunate collision with a Norwegian tanker last November. It was merely a ii ol finding a shipyard on the Atlantic coast with i ities available and able to do a last job. The Shalom wanted to gel back into Caribbean cruise service as • on as possible No one anticipated that Virgin could take the queen ol the Israeli Mei chant Marine to their hearts and treat the Israeli dew a her i The Israeli ambassador to Virginia unti i tins month, was i'apt. Avner r'reudenberg, ol the Shalom 'l ; e ited such t that befori it sailed, thousands ol Virginians — non-Jews and .lews swarmed aboard lo paj respects Cap! Freudcnberg c fesse I that he was as impressed with the shipyard work as the Virginians were with his beautiful ship The 40-fool gash in the Sha! .; as carefully) repaired by the same craftsmen who built America's mightiest aircratl Such enthusiasm marked the work that it was com pleted ahead ol schedule "I've been lo shipyards all over the world," said Cspt. Freudenberg, "but never have I been to one a> efficient as this The Newport News-Norfolk-Pnrtsmotrth harbor As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Germans Must Remember What They Did %AJE WHO have been reading !" about the new understanding o Nazi horrors gained through the distribution and sale ol I Never Saw Another Butterfly." the • book ol Jew ish i hildi • 's drawings and poems from Theresi ladt ii ncentr iti n I an p maj w ell ndet ing now whethei Gem an i wrts after May 8— will ever ai olher %  i he : Itii dew n tin impressions oi Jewish boys and girls on their journey to death lUtchc I i-tween 1942 and 194 p il waj to ted the world wt cai i %  petit n ol this >t eless ad\ enture b) unless we leach the world thai no postovet enl lares to close oul its reit) in com ction with N.i/i war crimes simpl) b) citing thi statute ol limitations. I %  thi Ji -b Presidi nts Confereni e ol %  i" West German Foreign Minister Gerhard Schr eder that onl) in December Ihe French Nat il Assembly approved nimousl) taring that "crimes ns1 li-mi. • • • re del tied b) the United Nati •: ol F b 13 1946, and b) the char I the Inl tioi nal, an nol subjeel to a statute of their vi ry nat n • \a I the r.\ Gi onventi >n, W'esl Gei: nize this pnnciplt es an inextricably woven into the postwar German fabric On every side, the cutting edge ol Ihe crimes shrieks its continued presence Look aboul German) toda) I erhaps 25 I J ews or 30.000 at most -reside there ii contrast to the hall million still in German) a year alter Hitler rose to power The majorit) ol thi pitiable ren on public welfare and unable to -Mil back .. ons the) ma) have held before Hitler bathed the Reich in the poison ol anti > ism Yet, b) con! learn nearh %  t er; n p 19 %  %  als and of lormi Gi lap i iuniI earii pi ofessors and in promipositioi brisk i i ;.'. i? Just last -• thi West German I \rm bailed Col Gen Werer von Fritsch <>n the iversary • Did the lormer commander m chiel ol HitlerWehrmachl need lo l e I model for .'linerol the modern West German Arm) This German lead d in himemoirs thai he had concluded after World War l that German) to bei me powerful again, bad three i entl (ties to win— one against the w ing i iass, one at ainst th I th lie chun h, an I the inst the J< ws i: he ioffit iall) h • ired in ti ii %  • what hop,. i s there t >r the timal ptioi oral reform ol % %  % % %  • how pervi i their World War II lean. eking their crimes againsl their ft h.w national-' UV listening Post: By SAUl CARSON Johnson's Stand in UN Seen as Warning tc Wcrld Unite |kl EAR the conclusj n of the I '" affaii • section ol h n i enl SI it* ol the l nion message, Pres lenl lo told the American people and the real of the world •Finally, we renew OUT commitment to the continued growth and effectiveness of the Uited Nations The frustrations of the United Nations are a product of the world we live in. not of th> institution which givethem voice. It is far better to throw these differences open to the assembly ol nations than permit them to tester in silent manner Thus, the President was giving notice of adherence to a principle important to the entire world The notice could be read as having been addressed equally to the Soviet Union and to those forces of dissention who would, like Indonesia triggered by Red China, attempt to lorm an orgamzatii l thi I \ The principle could be applied as well to the divisive Arab am dismember and. it possible, liquidate Isra I rhe •' hnsi n thesis states clearly) that the U.S.A will nol let anyone rip the UN apart—Russians or Chinese, Irabs or indo nesians The message was noted here with great interest what lmore Important, is a statement of American determination to -tick with the I V tin h thick and thin. The fiscal crisis at the United Nation.-a, still tying the General As-emlm into a knot athe President spoke Russia had not yet moved toward paying up us £2,600.000 arrearage But the ISA was not pushing the issue in such a manner that could force the I >SI{ to lose its voting privilege in me Assembly, Mr Johnson wai -aying to the Kremlin, in eti.ct We won't force you out of the ON, but the move itit. to you By implication, he was saying the same thing to other members, large or small. And thai category included the Arabs, as well. i ,i %  : k ithe base i I thi I Itiai in Fieei oi thi \ i i ::.i' al i Here, the indei ma n..' j m e j • thi H v ar, mug led "ille [rants" through I Riiti-h blockade and foughl for ii lependence Ii was never envisaged, however, that the tidi Vir %  '... seacoast, steep i histor) and tradil n d so much pro iH sentiment i iv'lian Fhipyard personnel, naval officers ties ordinary residents -all joined in an I assisting the Shalom A display Soul n Jewish hospilalit) amazed Ihe crew I et port ol the world had Israeli seamen found lendship and kindness The relative. > Jewish families opened Iheir homes and hearti the hundreds ol Israelis II was a combination ol Ihe besl ieatures ol Southern h spitallty Ji ish hospitality Ihe Israelis were taken on tour<' the Ym k town battlefield, where Geor • vv-.,i—.i,,,, < v ..i final victory over the British; Colonial Williamsburg where Patrick Henry uttered words of defiance quite similar to expressions later voiced b\ the Jews of Palestine; and to the Naval Museum, which displayed relics of the victor) over the Arab pirates f Tr poll, \ seafar'ng people who fouffhl the British, the \rah-. and even the Yankees, told Israels Seafarers that they could count on Virginia's friendship. The Shalom iagain a) sea Her sailors and the nation resents arc pleased i know that -lie now has t" .i %  hmne port--Haifa, Israel, and New| New-. \ .. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN A Sin from the Past B Keii M '*. %  > jr. ^ i sm i %  i hich I have to I %  %  n I %  Rel I -^^ to use am en intic tool, was i il the j i rp ol students thi I %  SK. h.in.'-i Yeshn *as ho 'Hie oci'iipaiil lecterns wci • adopthi young men nho bad c me turn famed '• voth ol Europe, man) of them "n him," ordait e of the established scholars who now hold ns oi eminent i n almost all facet ende Tv ot th< four w Indi Henry St a I in thi se ai cii nl da) an ar.s'i treet. 1 he %  fact whose drabness was often punctun : j I on ihe clothi l nes and occasionall) bj mile from a win liamc at ) ard • end I was I earn the me Ihe estine, but at the time I i Irresistal I) to the i pi ii spat es at tl o ind to the sight \ la) ee and l rhose diversions I too lot • • i elsance I i i i: •|| e ol sup One da Reb Moshe wbi pered into m) red s evil ti ng thai he bad su mj father to chi i • bis first-born son Neither tear nor oration tould divert the usuall) tender and merciful Reb Moshe from hipunitive purpose He had heard. Reb Moshi my father, thai I was seen carrying a kerchiei Sabbath Before the amazement wore off from my fal eyes I countered with an argument | thought would I him real delight, since it would reveal my knowledge "1 a vital controversy that was going on in Jewish reli life and m> alignment with the < hassidic segment Boldly, as if urged b) parental blessing, I told Reb Moshe that we chassidim do only the permissible that we are sustained by rabbinic authority to carry kei chief and tallith on the Sabbath in New York City sinci Ihe citj Icircumscribed b\ wiring, thus taking the metropolis not oi the status of a public domain and trans forming it into a private backyard. My erudition howevet •lid not impress Reb Moshe. bilter antagonist of my chasidic clan, but he was willing to concede he had only hear say evidence, which was not sufficient of course to brand me with -0 serious a crime as desecrator of the Sabbath



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Friday. January 22. 1965 mmt&l HtridHrir Paqe ISA Iik•blood in our veins, and we shall act accordingly." menting on the conference i ihc :."> Aral) League states in Cairo, to study diversion ol the |i i lan River headquarters, he lam that reports In,in that ion trence must lie studied carefully. lc emphasised that Israel's Naional Watei Carrier "ill use only much uater from the .Ionian as it was allocated under the flan %  di-.i-. ii ii]' l>> President Ki-enhowJHr'.s special envoy, the late Krie ^ %  i hnston. nearly ten years ago. I Ranking representatives of the &3 Aral) states voted at the conferdknre in Cairo to take "a unified •tand" against all governments p.idmu Israel. The resolution mentiomd West Germany specifically. At the same time, it was reported in London that Syria has launched large scale engineering projects for diversion 01 the waters ot the Hanias and Hashbani Rivers, both ol which feed the headwa crs of the .Ionian River. WARMS in Winter COOLS in Summer Mitchell Wolfson. president and founder of Wo net< o Enterprises, Inc was to be honored as Miami Beach's "Outsta I I lizen by the Miami Beat Ii I ax ei Vsso ciat n this year The award was t•• 1 e mi de at the I4lh annual banquet the association at the Deauville Hotel on Jan, 21, with cocktails at 8 30 p.m and dinner at 7::!0 p.m. In announcing the awird, Paul L. Hexter, president of the association, said that "Because this year marks such a significant anniversary in our city's history, with the celebration of Miami Beach's 50th birthday, we are especially happy to honor a man who has contributed so much for so many years to our community." Wolfson. a native of Key West, came to Miami in 1921 and founded a theater chain which has grown into a corporation operating television stations, bottling companies, vending machine firms and the Miami Seaquanum. Wometco this year is celebrating the 40th anniversary ol its founding. His Miami television station U'l V .1 went on the air in v


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^0/7, oman s "World &f Jewish Flor idian Hn Miami, Florida, Friday, January 22, 1965 Section B CJA Women Aim to Top Goal Leon Kronish and Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the ^ined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, are shown at a iq of the Ini''.al Gifts workers Committee, planning the n's event, which will take place Feb. 15 at the Eden lotel. Rabbi Kronish presented the needs of the 1965 Campaign ai guest speaker. Women attending the event ided to his plea for a 19 percent increase in their supIt CIA. Ilnitial Gifts workers of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal met at the Imperial House to plan the year's activity and the Women's Initial Gifts Luncheon. Mrs Inez Krensky. women's chairman, announced that the luncheon will be titled "Fashionplate "65." and is scheduled for Feb. 15 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Chairmen Of the event, to winch $100 and over women contributors arc invited, will be Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mrs. Stanley Prehling and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. "We've looked forward to our Initial Gifts chairmen and committee working very closely with our Miami Beach chairman. Mrs. A I. Glickman, and our Miami chairman, Mrs. Samuel Simonhotf. in helping to launch a campaign that will put our Women's Division drive well ahead of the 10 percent increase which we have pledged as our share in the 1965 campaign." Mrs. Krensky stated. Habbi Leon Kronish presented the needs Of the current CJA cam paign to the Initial Gifts workers. v ho responded to his plea for oversubscribing the campaign goal of Sl. 435.080 Mrs. Krensky announced the ap. pointment of the following as chairmen of Women's Division events: Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Keynoters S52 Committee chairman, and Mrs Trudj Hamerschlag, vice chairman; and Mrs. Jean C Lehman. rleadliners S18 Committee chairman. Also announced was the appoint ment of Women's Division vice chairmen for both Beach and Town. They are Mrs. Larry Friedland, Mrs. Larry Silverman and Mrs. Sol Silverman, for the Beach; and Mrs Milton Green, Mrs Gerald Soltz and Mrs. Irving Wexler. for Town. "The successful Apartment House campaign will be expanded this \ear under the chairmanship of MrFrances Beckerman and Mrs Jack Katzman," Mrs. Krensky said Two new programs which the Women's Division will introduce this year are the Speakers Bureau under the chairmanship of Mrs Ruth Johnson Berger. and the Phone-a-Gift program, to he head ed by Mrs Charles P Feinberg and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Jack Katzman (left) and Mrs. Frances Beckerman, ApartHouse co-chairmen of the Women's Division, are shown Icommittee meeting this week at the Crystal House. Chairman of the Apartmen' House program, which was so successfully launched in the previous campaign, pledged their support to the Combined Jewish Appeal and the participation of many high-rise residents in the Initial Gifts luncheon of the Fomen's Division on Feb. 15. n J bv ISABEL GRCVE pink chiffon ball gown with Baborately headed overblousc make a perfect frame for Jacob Rahinowitz' beautiful i ban when she and her huI both celebrate their 75th ill.iy at the Eden Roc on Sun. Reception and dinner g hosted by their children, and Mrs. David J. Rabino, Mr and Mrs. Morris Rakwitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldpi. all of Miami, and Mr. and Sol Zallca. Wilmington. Del Joining the family circle. 15 kndchildrcn and four greatIndchildren Plus relatives close friends from Miami, %  ladelphia. New York. Wil ^pigtoii. Detroit and Boston B. Rahinowitz is head of the lily which founded and oper fs the Miami Diamond Center M The family have been realAnts of Greater Miami since %  R, when they arrived from %  liladelphia Since their ar ifval. Mr. and Mrs. Rahinowitz fcve played a role in civic and philanthropic affairs of the com %  unity He has been a sup After and leader in the Jewish federation for years, serving as chairman of the Jewelers' Division of the Combined Jewish Apical Also active in the UniVfed Fund of Dade County, he is S escntly serving as a director Temple Emanu-EI Mrs Hal-mow it/ is a life member ol tmple Emanu-EI Sisterhood and Swish Home for the Aged, and [Guardian of Cedars of Lebanon Dspital I'.oth Mr. and Mrs. Rahinowitz kve long supported the Jewish Jmc for the Aged as their maphilanthropic interest. • • Jack D. Cordon, president ot Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach, accompanied by Mrs Gordon, was invited by Vice President Hubert Humphrey to attend the inaugural ceremonies in Washington. D. C.i on Wednesday 'I he Gordons were also to be among honor guests at a special party given by the Vice President tor campaign staff members Cordon, a member of the Dade County School Board, served during the 1964 Presidential campaign as a member of Mr. Humphrey's personal staff. t • Local brother and sister team invited to the ceremonies in Washington are Paul B. and Phyllis Steinberg. 5325 La Gorce Dr. Paul served as chairman of the Speakers Bureau of the Johnson headquarters in the Miami Beach. 4th District, and Phyllis was active at the University of Miami. • • Paulette Marks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks. 5201 SW 89th PL, also invited to attend inaugural activities, left for Washington with her mother last week ... A junior at Southwest High, where she is on the staff of "The Lancer." Paulette received the coveted invitation because of her activities as a "Lyndonette" Other inaugural events at which they were welcomed included a reception for distinguished ladies, prePresidential gala dinner, official inaugural ceremony and parade and the inaugural ball Cong. Dante Fascell also arranged for Paulette and her mother to sit Continued en Pag* 4-B ride the fashion wave to a aew season of sun-fun! Children get in the swim of things with our charming collection of fun loving beachwear fhe most see-worthy styles this side of Neptune! A V-back blouson suit of Arnel" triacetate by Suntogs. Red white, 3-6x 6.00 7-14 8.00 B. Matching hooded jacket, terrycloth lined. 3-6x 7.00; 7-14 8.00 C Basic tank suit with the added zest of frills. 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?=qe 2-B •Jemlst IkskMar Friday. January 22. 19K I Birthday Party At Aged Home When the Greater Miami Worn '•n '% Auxiliarj Jewish Home (or tged holds its monthly birth 2 | m at I> %  h •• spenoi will tmi P I v il be celebrating their 52nd wedding irj %  i %  acti for 2 Mi ami i ich to %  • % %  • I lii Has i) v ixiliarjr chairman the Hj Fried Tr 13 Martin Fried and hi acIt 1 thl) meet. i n m at the Algii n u„ I 12 30 p .dent and Au %  £ hairman. will r .,: '"" S*indJ :jl ire Zl moait) will partu Project d au 1Vf •on-s ?J • rn Rcbbi Krorlsh Due in Review Miami Beach Chapter •>( Hidj.B jn hu ached third tat 9 review oi the imdit^B 1:30 p m in the Algiers Hotel j bi Le n K; ; j,. n;t 1 5holon % % %  9 Pre "' itlee planning tli -„.-Theodore a Kinnerel Seated left i Mrs. F imi ia Sad righl '" shown are Mrs. a Rose.-..:ler; Mrs. and M -"• Florida Conference of Mizrachi Women To Feature Mrs. Simcha Rabinowitz i I-ra. %  Feb l. %  h tp will • ired a' 3 *> m with first! uled on the ; I ra< I an ^' %  rv. for I -i. %  Mr' Eli Resnikoii nal annouiM ed itei Miami I .. ol the lra< %  %  • here i| "in state Di %  %  %  • i • i %  travi led in the II %  rid War II in Mizrachi v. mei h.itoured the I and Europe i • • • livel) Lii.-New York of yesteryear, Israel is a niching pot of migrants from many different lands —different in many ways but 100% Israeli in the joyous spirit of building a nation. The Colorful Yemenites One of Israel's most ( olorful groupare the Yemenites, originating from the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula. 1 hey are skilled in gold, silvi r and filigree jewelry < raftv in dainty embroidery, basket'weat ing and potter;. Their folk songs, d..iK <-s and poetry enrich the culture of the nation. MM SIMCHA RABINOWITZ for Kashrath for Quality The Perfect Salt for /Coshering •II your meat and fowl The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every cup is a joyous event because Yuban is deeper, darker, richer in taste than coffee ever was before 100% Colombian Coffee, made in a special way. Rare aged beans arc added to the finest ii beam for ri her taste, then roasted to flavor perfection. Enjoy delicious Yuban... every sip a luncha! KOSHER MORRISOrVSCHlFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONc ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 -PONT WOtaY ABOUT YOUI WIMMTSKINNV w BREAD FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY 655 WASH. AVf. <5jJ^ D I|i -. ''-'-"puny The premium coffee of General Foods. YUBAN 100% COLOMBIAN COFFEE V



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ly, January 22, 1965 -Jewlsti fhrldiar Paqe 3-B Miami Couple to be Honored at Dinner Of Tribute by Labor Zionist Groups Lphen S. Wise Group of Hadassah celebrates, a reunion of Bt and present presidents of the organization. Shown standj (left to right) are Mesdames Lida Cohen, Rhea Gladwin, frtrude Sternfeld. Hannah Lencer, Pearl Shapiro, Florence th, and Rose Kopel. Seated is Mrs. Millie Mintus. Not apring is Mrs. Kitty Sakrais. A Miami couple ;s well-known in Israel as in this country for their life-long service as builders i the Jew i-li State will be honored nationally at a dinner in the Fonair.ebleau Hotel on Wednesdaj evening, Feb. l" Mr and Mrs, Abram Fox have been named recipients of Israel's Award oi Honor and will receive the award at a dinner to he held under (he auspices of the Labor Zionist Organizatin and Pioneer Women in conjunction with the inHI national inaugural conference .it the Israel Bond Organization. Joining in honoring them will be leaders from Israel. Europe, and North and South America. Mr. and Mr.. I'..:, have earned distinction for their leadership on l-ehalf of many organizations. Mr. Fox is a lormer president of the dealer Miami Histradut. He is a Trustee of Israel and a member Of the Israel Horn! Board of GovICong. to Mark Music Month rs Joseph Albuquerque, presi ol the Louise Wise Chapter, frican Jewish Congress, anices thai a special program in lor nl Jewish Music Month will place on Thursday, Jan 2X. K .1 in., at a luncheon al the Bte Carlo Hotel. i ram vice president, Anna %  White, has prepared a cantata, iid the Jew Sings," which will [narrated by Eva Blum, with ih Barnett conducting [embers ol the group are Mesles Anne White, Nata t'tal. Allla Goldman, Charlotte Rosen Jen Kunken. Sunny Levine, lev Greene. Gertrude Mofjul Florence Struhl. Accompanist I the group iMrs. Rae Liskin. leports on the various activities kniciican Jewish Congress will priven by the following chairMrs Eva Blum. Commission ELaw and Social Action; Mrs ta I'tal, Commission on Commurthicms Will bstaM Officers HDII>"I installation ol Pythian.-. Ma-I Boa h Temple 43, is s'ated for 1 h ir day evening Jan 28. at American Legion Hall, 18th St Alton ltd %  Officers to be inst; lied bj Mrs til Freed include Mc-danieRose keen, most excellent chief: FranWhite, excellent senior: Mil red Rosenfield, excellent jim'or: k-elyn Decky, manager; Helen jushour. treasurer; Elsie Fish Jan. recording secretary, mty Interrelations: and abeth Liebowitz, Comm Jewish Affairs, A special welcome wil to the new member-. • lia Teichman, Bessie me Reiffel, Clara Neim Haut. A special candlelit emony will be conducte Sadye Raymer In charae of roscrv Mrs Joseph Albuquerqu eph I Yanich, reyiona Mrs. Khz ission on be given Mesdames Kit. Jen an. Lillian jhting cei ,l by Mrs ations are e and Jodirector ernors. Along with such revered personalities as the late Fleanor Roosevelt, Mrs. Fox is a Woman of Valor, In addition to her outstanding service on behall Ol State of Israel Bonds, Mrs. F x is a leader in Halassah, Pioneer Women. Mizrachi and has taken an active role on behalf ol 'he Hebrew Acadenn as well as other local and Israeli inStitul : Seven yearago, Mr. and Mrs. Fox acquired an apartment in Bat Yam. a suburb of Tel Aviv. where thej live six months of each year In Israel, they have received the recognition ol such leaderaDavid Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sbarett, and Y -i i*i i n i %  M %  i i -i M r r %  % %  iM i tin r— -.•* ---"•-. • %  : ""^ k Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT ^%  :,. %  And LOXury bef/ius with t!s<> ftnemt eream eFieene K on ttie package means Kosher. Certified Koi! cr and Paiva by Rabbi Jacob Cohen That's Philadelphia Brand of course-the tastiest cream cheese of all. And freshest too-because ii*s the fastest selling brand in your grocer's dairy case So when you give your family this feast of tender Nova Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese. Kraft on the package Is your e uarantee of the finest for flavor, freshness and purity. B5S£ PHU-K ,.-~t^ ET' ** „* ,;**>**•; CERTIFIED KOSHER



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r^-x M +*mlstnt*H**r Friday. Jar.ur.-.22 •Socialite ... fcw Isabel L^ r ovc %  J*< '"IfT r^t -t %  I I %  %  % %  %  : • • i-i." %  %  Krefcu Bat .... • %  ra V.JH %  2 I ..... .. %  Srumei %  %  at %  %  %  11 Mi %  (Inl Ci %  Max I 611 < timore Rob If* %  11 penl the time fill i'|p n Mind) I] ., 11 e un • %  l "CM Ml Oti 'Bcok of Brunch' AT Emanu-Fl %  • Mfti HAH. KAUH Torah Fund Drive To be Launched • i' • %  I Board Women's League Anniversary Here e. It • %  I'.. %  lion of I ... I rids 1 • l a membei the Bel Moslu A talk on Sisterhood will be de 1 %  %  1 Mrs the I • I %  %  Skippy Peanut Buffer is Kosher Peao pea: tl \\ %  ... to Si I. • 1 %  S T OLD FAVORITE Man, that's a Naturally good! Tastiest snack with any dish ^^ grand for canapes, dips, and munchlngl Two wholesome "naturals" in a delicious combination... the sensational Egg-Onion Crackers... naturally from Horowitz Margareten! Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! 1 ^ia A.Wres, %  to Ptiyllit Wolff Penn Yn. New i re bin Efr am It's mechayehdige!"! \\ i ll Chef Boy-/ %  used the 1 -'• %  "buor. to flavor of his Mai but decided that "rn digc" would male ; "• gr.cr for a taste of it. CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE # Marmara Sauce Its an all purpose n %  'I or turning ordinary d:-' feast of real Italian for fi L)l pj fil *• i



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January 22, 1965 +Jewlst) fkridNbr Page 5-B ;.sS': ••• president is installed by the Senior Citizens Friendship of the North County YMHA Branch. Mrs. Sarah Madijccepts the gavel from outgoing President Ladore Hirsch. ^rs who participated in the installation are standing be(left to right) Mayor Arthur Snyder, of No. Miami Beach. km H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami "Y," Michael Salmon, president of the North County "Y." Pioneers Planning ? Functions Here FMICC!Wnnicns Club 1. Mr*. ; Jotjyi Krantz, president, was I" on Thursday, 1 p.m.. at Wash. Federal, 1234 Washington A recently released Israeli F"flfilSfl£* ;|< '" '"' shown, and a Tu **^R ^Bv;it celebration held followed acial hour. Miriam Halperin, president, Meir Club, has called a meet Wednesday, i p.m.. at the yton Federal. 1234 Wash Ave. After the hii.-inr.-meeting, •hera v. ill be a Tu 15 Shevat proI resente I by Mrs Mary an. chairman. Jewish Na Fund project ibi Solomon Schiff, spiritual DI Beth El, and past presi Greater Miami Rabbinical turn, will be guest speaker, ieal program will be offered S. Betty Herman, and a BOcur will follow, hosted by bspitaiity Committee nan ) I Medical Center Chapters Launch Functions Here Greater Miami chapters of the American Medical Center at Denver this week launched their seasonal series of functions designed to assist the Center in its cancer research program. Biscayne Chapter of the Center i will host a Gala Night with Frank Sinatra and Joe E. Lewis at the "•^•A, S I Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 31. Chairman oi the event is Mrs. Arthur Feigeles. Coral Chapter is holding its, tenth anniversary dinner dance on' Sunday evening, Jan. 24, at the I Carillo Hotel. The evening has been | arranged by Mrs. Irving Rubin-1 stein, vice president in charge of ways and means, and her commiti tee, Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg and I Mrs. Bert Reinhardt. Coral Chapi ter president is Mrs. Jules Weston. On Friday, Jan. 15. members of Coral Chapter were stationed throughout Miami for their annual Miami Tag Day to solicit funds. All monies go for cancer research and free patient care at the Center. Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Mrs. Jack .Gordon were chairmen of the day. Members of the American Medi. cal Center here m Dade County also make regular visits to patients at Jackson Memorial Hospital, bringing them gifts, arranging parties for holidays, and keeping in constant touch with these patients to let them know that they are not forgotten. Flamingo Chapter held its annual card party on Sunday, Jan. 17, at Temple Ner Tamid. Chairman of the affair was Abe Huppert. Greater Miami Chapter meets the second Thursday of every month at 8 p.m.. at 1234 Washington Ave., with board meetings the third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m., at Miami Beach Federal on Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave. President of the chapter is Mrs Lila S. Myers. Tropical Chapter meets the first Friday 01 each month at the Dean ville Hotel at noon, with its board meeting the same day at io a.m. Evelyn Kapil is president of the chapter, and Lillian Cutler is program chairman. MRS. CHESTER ICfTfft Mrs. Leiter Named Heart Sunday Leader The appointment of Mrs. Chester "Dena" Leiter as Heart SunAJCong. Unit Will Hear Whitney Mrs. Belle Kamen, national vice president of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, and J vice president of the Miami Chapter, announces that Norman Whitney, national secretary for peace education of the American Friend> Service Committee, will be guest of honor at a general meeting of the Miami Chapter on Wednesday noon at the Masonic Hall. 51 Valencia Ave.. Coral Gables. Whitney was active lor 20 years as chairman and director of the Syracuse Peace Council, an autonomous local organization for community peace education. He represented the New York yearly religious meeting of the American Friends Society at the World Conference in Oxford. The American Jewish Congress is affiliated nationally and through its local chapters, in the Turn Toward Peace Movement. Mrs. Irving Quartin, program chairman, will preside. Special reports will be given by Mrs. Sam day chairman of the 1965 Heart Penchansky, chairman of the Fund campaign of the Heart Asso I Commission on International Afciation of Greater Miami for the j fairs. New members will be welcomed by Mrs. Victor Reiss, membership chairman. In charge of reservations are third consecutive year is announced by Louis Wolfson. general cam paign chairman. The month-long Heart Fund Pearl Rabin and Joseph I Yanich, campaign begins here and throughregional director. out the nation on Feb. 1. and will reach its highpoint on the weekend of Thursday. Feb. 18. through COOKinCl GlOVC Heart Sunday. Feb. 21. In Dade • Still Available County, the Heart Association of Greater Miami will have some 12.335 Heart Sunday volunteers going from door-to-door during the Heart Sunday weekend. The Heart Sunday chairman invited residents to volunteer by vis2 IV %  -I. Fred Sandier, president, lab Chapter, is meeting with roup on Tuesday. Feb. 2. 8 the Community Room of Gables Federal on Ponce de Blvd. (ram Chairman Mrs Jacob will introduce a panel dis3n on "Know Your CommuniMis David Bell will speak on iries and Rand Concerts. Mrs Leo Goldman on "Music Art.'. Mrs. Jacob Weiss on Jen Age Groups." |uestion and answer period Be followed by a social hour. MRS. HARRIET VAISMAN Pccono Camps Name Associate Pocono Highland Camps announce the appointment ot Mrs Harriet Vaisman as associate in the Greater Miami area Mrs. Vaisman will be in charge Ol stafferwho instruct children in Spanish and other romance languages. Mrs. Vaisman is a foreign language teacher at Nautilus Junior High on Miami Beach. Mrs. Vaisman has a background of many years ot experience in summer camping in the north and in South America Pocono Highlands is located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania. Still available to readers of Th Jewish Floridian is a cooking glove courtesy of the Seitlin Insurance Co.. of Miami. The cooking glove ia handy iting the Heart Association's new a id in the kitchen It was last headquarters at 5080 Biscayne week erroneously reported here as Blvd.. Miami. being made of asbestos The glove Mrs. Leiter has been active in s U* PP"lar cloth variety. Heart Association activities for To receive your free glove, over eight years. Her husband is write to Gloves, c o The Jewish also active in the Heart AssociaFloridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami, tion of Greater Miami, where Mrs. Fla. 33101 Leiter serves as a member of the ^^HZZZZZZHZZZHnZZZIZZIZ Board of Directors. Both Mr. and Mrs. Leiter are Allan, and daughter-in-law, Sue, members of the Israelite Center, and grandparents of two baby girls. They are the parents of one son. Debbie Lynn and Sherri Fllen. >ra Stein Ladies Plan Functions regular meeting of the Dora Sisterhood will be held at Seminary of America entitled "The Living Page." The Officers and "Directors of J^tJSfationaZJSank Cordially Invite You to Visit the 'Bank to View the SIDNEY KRANDALL COLLECTION OF "JEWELS FROM AROUND THE WORLD" January 25 thru 28, &fortday thru Friday From 9 AM to 2 PM Lincoln %>adz^Mall and oAlton %>ad [Social Hall on Tuesday at 8 On Wednesday noon, the Sisterhood will hold a "Lunch in Israel." kiram to be presented by Mrs. featuring Israeli foods, atmosphere ,. ,. and music. Proceeds are marked Schwartz. Combined CamfQr the Religioils School. Chairmen gu chairman, will include a are |f r> William Dickson. presinil % %  <•*• •...— ... ——— -from the Jewish Theological dent, and Mrs. Chester Leiter. JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Avenue cordially invites the Jewish Community to participate in the Inaugural Sabbath honoring the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LYNDON B. JOHNSON Friday, January 22nd, at 8:30 p.m. RABBI TIBOK N. STERN'S MESSAGE "OUR PRESIDENT AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY' Members and Non-Members Are Welcome ~— <. Temple Judea FINE ARTS GUILD Presents for 1965 • DANIEL and DIMITRI JAN. 23,8:is P.M. NOTED ISRAELI ARTISTS • SYDNEY J. HARRIS FEB. 24,8:is P.M. NATIONALLY SYNDICATED COLUMNIST • ISRAELI TROUBADORS plus MARIE MISAKURA MAR. 21, 8:15 P.M. MUSICAL ARTISTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR 320 PALERMO AVE., CORAL GABLES, FLA. Series admission by donation $5.00 HI 4-9876



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Page 6-B bnisl thiHi-ir Friday, January 22. 1951! ftt 0?!icers of the South Shore Citizens Club are (left to right, 1 Alice Abalofia, secretary; Sam Abalofia. iecond vice president Max D. Goldhagen. first vice president; Louis Shafkin, life president Sam Aines, third vice president; Home Auxiliary Social Wednesday Sew life members who joined in revious ye.tr and .ill life trust< es who contribute Sl"0 each year to thi iter Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the \.i: are traditionally honored v itti l social function Thiyeai Sirs Alex Hanson has consented to open her home at 5760 \<> Bay Rd. for the occasion. Invited guests will gather at her home next Wednesday at 11 a m. MYs Lawrence Silvcrman. Auxiliary president, will extend >;reetings Mrs. Jack Ablin. chairman. will address guests Mrs Man-on i co-chairman, and will i>e assisti bj Mrs. David Phillips. MrSol SUverman, MrHelen Sparbei and. Mrs Louis Makov-k> Larry Blue, accordioni-t. will ofter a program of musical nuinMrs Silvcrman i ll also en• in Mrs Dorothj Kriegei Fink will review the book by Harrj Ke "Friday, The Rab Latv Mrs Fink i• • the late i the i i found nizers of tl Home f ir the Aged Att< ndant e is bj charge oi Information arc MrSol Silvcrman and Mrs Anne lanen baum 'Nite Club' Affair Sunday Harry Stempel. treasurer; Elsie Tulin, financial secretary. Not shown is Paula Kahn, corresponding secretary. The group completed plans for an installation party recen''y at the D Ldo Hotel. M$. JACK mm Chai Chapter. B'nai B'riih Women, is sponsoring a 'Nite Chlb" affair on Sunday, at tin Algiers Hotel at 8:30 p.m. All proceed! wHI go to the Leo \ l.evi Hospital. Hot Springs, Ark., for the treatment of arthritis and tubefculosis, and for the Children's Home in Israel, to restore emo tionally di-tuibe't children Chairman is Mrs. Ben Hammer man President iMrs. Ruth Corey. AJC Tour Meet To Hear Gardner Mrs Leonard SJdersky, president il Biscayne chapter, American -'. con %  rani tinces that special t iur meeting for people ining trips t" E urope, Israel Orient, will take place 8 p m at \dath Yeshui i ie t peaker w ill De 'apt Leo dm r Southea I Regional di• r o| F.I Al Israel Airlines. : Gardner, who fought in the Israel War of Liberation, was one ol the founders and first opera til nmanager for Bl Al. He will -; eak in •"Israel— A Tourist's Heaven." Latest film.of Israel will be how n. The meeting will he presided over bj Mrs, S> Reese, tour chairman, who participated in one of the American Jewish Congress tours to Israel last vcar Univ. Friends Plan Activities Plans tor spring and summer activity and programs bj the Great ei Miami Women's Division, Amer ican Friends of the Hebrew Iniver sitj were announced by MrSam eel Simonhoff, division president, following a board meeting at the headquarters "l American Friends on Wednesday The WomenDivision will launch a program Ol cultural activity in keeping with the many fine arts and literary programs of the Hebrew University, Mrs Simonhoff said Planare now being formulated lor events similar to the cultural programs si>onsored previously by the Women's Division, which include concerts, book reviews and art exhibits Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag. a vice president of the Women Division, and Mrs Simonhofi announce I that the division will also participate in the national activities program and dinner ol the American Frit mlol the Hel rev L'niver I in Miami Beach during the last \ eek ol Februai • Leaders ol the %  I from all n cities in the i I States w ill par ticipate in the special national '.ram Mrs Harrj Platoff, another vice lent announced that the Women'Division Will accelerate its program for new members to help in the division's support oi the Hebrew University Library Nursing Sehool Graduation Set At Mount Sinai Graduation e\erci-es of the ML smai Hospital School of Practical Nursing will be held Thursday evening. Jan. 28. 8 p.m.. in the Louis E Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital The ten graduates will become the 22nd class to complete a course in practical nursing since the school was founded in 1951. The school, with Mrs Carmen Ross, director of nursing education, in charge, and Mrs. Adeline llaiduck serving as assistant director, is nationally and state-accredited. The school is under the aegis and sponsorship of the Women s Auxiliary of ML Sinai Hospital. Leonard L Abess, president of the hospital, will welcome guests, and Mrs A Herbert Mathe-. chairman ot the Advisory Committee, will preside Samuel (icrtner i\ ecutive director of Mt Sinai wi I also greet the graduates, their families and friends Guesl speaker of the evening will he Gabriel Heatter, nationally known for In".."> years m coast to-coasl radio Presently, he is on the aii locall) once a week and writea column for the Miami Beach Sun included among those presenting awardat the ceremonies will be Mrs Leonard A Wien, president of the Women's Auxiliary, and Dr Stanley Frehling. president of the hospital's medical stall Mrs Ross and Mrllaiduck will present di plomas and pins to the graduates, and Nightingale Lamps will he lit by the faculty. Graduateare Kathleen Baisley, Donna Lee Davies, Pattie Duncan. Joy Kiarr, Thorn a-ena Hankerson. Mildred LehHairy Minnor is the as he prepares to slice c cake marking his 7Cth year duri.ig a pai'y with Mrs Minnor and friends at the Famous Restaurant. Amon: well wishers was Harry Zuck eiman, new partner al Ikj Jewish American rest.:-:..:, with Morris Lerner. man. Roberta Mikles. LorraiM MOSS, Dolores Reinbach. and E: ma Webster May frail I StorvaT 6%-i/l Mastroianni w^ K! Marriage Italian Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth I-rael Sisterhood will hold its monthly meeting on Monday. 8 p.m., in the Social Hall. (NROLL NOW JE 2-331 1 CHRIS DALTON DANCE CLASSES Beginners & Advanced NOW FORMING to be held WED.-THURS.-FRI. 8:30 P.M. BARCELONA HOTEL DANCE STUDIO TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE 09 BY MAIL! box office open 10 30 to 9.30 *• AUDREY HEPBURNREX HARRISON. TCCHNICOIOM SUPItfMWVISlON^W FIIOM WAftNtK B0S H LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 21702 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SAU AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI <"* b y a nosel the MOST action! 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January 22. 1965 +Jml%*nrrHlrn Page 7-B \\m mmmmmmmir%sMk ... ^fiowf j^coplc and §h NIGHT IN HAWAII Flaming flares lighted the entrance t<> Westt^OUBlry,, Club, hinting Ibat there would be u'thiny different inside. There was! The Dtinge had been transformed into a jungle comilete with birds, parrots, even menkeys. Extendig greetings were the hosts, the William A. Weinraubs and Mr and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz. The len wore identical white pants and bright shirts. |nd their wives, long Hawaiian gowns. The din100m was lush with hanging nets of flowers, palm trees and hundreds of orchids. Fresh fruit Centerpieces decorated the burlap-draped tables. Little hula dancers were place cards. Among the guests all in Hawaiian dress wire Florence and Ixzy Hecht. June and Bernard Stevens, Mollie ind Dan Ituskin. Betty and Leopold Schwartz, lazel and Harry Lewis, Eve and Ben Hartley. Telice and Samuel Lipton. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lemberg. Dr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Wcmklc. fudge and Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mattie and Bernini Wall. Reba and Jack Daner. and Joan and Herbert Paige. The menu was Polynesian, and the lights were dimmed as flaming torches an flounced the lighted dessert. Dancing girls taught ie hula to everybody. Joe Lipton and his wife, [Anne, were the center of attention, with a danc ling girl on his hat who danced when be pushed a Button. Then there were Rosalie and Philip mexner, Ruth and Max Orovitz, Alice and Sey Ijnour Rubin. I)r and Mrs. Julian Rickels, and [judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin The funniest thing thai happened was in the midst of all the dreamy Hawaiian music, when all ol a sudden the band and the dancers burst into tin Hora Thai was a luau to remember! POINSETTAS ARE IN BLOOM Bunny (Mrs, Joel' Meyer is in the midst of a series ol cocktail and dinner parties and lunch eons .\i the latest luncheon, the invitations had sprays of poinsettias, the luncheon table was decorated with poinsettias. and the dessert was flowerpots <>f poinsettias — really ice cream in the pot with chocolate sauce that looked just like good brown earth. Among guests were Mickej (Mrs. Max) Stein. Flo (Mrs. Warren) Witus. Ann ;Mrs. Marvin) Tanner, Ruth (Mrs. Herbert) Shapiro. Janice (Mrs. Ben) Novack, Bernice Gottlieb. Horty Laguette, Berna (Mrs. Milton) Fisher. aces ... Margie (Mrs. Marvin) Zuckerman. Sally (Mrs. Milton) Zuckerman, and Esther (Mrs. Sidney) ,Schwartz. What eonversaiions — the wising of children now and in the old days seemed loremost. SPARKLERS AND THE ANNIVERSARY WALTZ Etta and Irving Westin celebiated their 40th anniversary with 32 of their immediate friends and kinfolk at Temple Belh Sholom's New Year's Eve parly. Of course, the fact that their son. Prol. Alan F. Westin, of Columbia University, was here with his wife. Bea. and children. David and Debby, would have been party enough for ihe Westins. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosenstrauch, Mis Sarah Shapolf. Mr. and Mrs Robert Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaw.mil. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel r'urman. Ihe Dick Furmans, the Paul Furmans, Mis Harry Platoff, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Rudo, and Mrs. Ida Rudo. From out-of-town cam< Mary B. Scherr. and Mr. and Mrs Charles Mayer THEY CAME EARLY AND STAYED LATE Judi, a new bride to be, will graduate from the University of Miami this month and already has a position teaching in a new elementary school. Judi. daughter of Erma and Al Podvin. Will main llillel Meyers next summer. Hillel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Meyers The Podvins had an engagement parly lor the young couple. It was called for seven o'clock and prom ied to be an early evening, but the last guesl left a' live in the morning because everyone was having .-o much fun. The decor was all red and p.nk. except lor Judi. who was in while Judi s grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Shaw, were there, as will as Hillel s grandfather, Roberl Wecksler, who flew in liom Chicago, included among the guests were Judi's brother, Robert, ami Ins bride of lour months, Merrily. Among other guests were Mr and Mrs. Sain Berlin, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Skiaroff. Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lelkowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Don. Mi and MrBen Samuels. Mr and Mrs Paul Jay. Mr. and Mrs. Shelden Spector, Mr and Mrs Stanley Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Dennis C'arlin, Mr and Mrs. Norman Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon, and Mr. and Airs. Mark Linkaman. —Frances Lehman. Book and Art Gift Made Here A contribution of several thou-1 sands of dollars in art and rare books has been made to the Hebrew University and Jewish National Library of the State of Is-, • ael by Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin' i Kresberg, of Miami Beach, it was announced by Jack S. Popick, preslent of the South Florida Division. American Friends <>f the Hebrew University. A retired physician and noted art collector. Dr. Kresberg's lithoiraphs, etchings and first editions u literature will be added to the collection at the Hebrew L'niver! i'ty Library, which is also the Cenral Library ol the State of Israel, 'opiek said. Included in the collection of dry! mint etchings, signed lithographs ind steel engravings arc the works ; JI many famed artists, including iraque, Chagall. Dufy. Lautrec. ".illlet and Whistler. Rare Chinese laintings and a Thackeray first •dition are also included in the are book and art collection, which •as gifted to the university by the Kresbergs. Mrs. Greene is Chairman Mrs. Robert Z. Greene has been appointed chairman of Miami Beach's 30th anniversary ball by William B. MacDonald, general chairman of the Golden Jubilee celebration. The event will be held Mar 19 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUBEVMMJLK ON STAGE IN PERSON BIGGEST SHOW BARGAIN IN TOWN SING NG • MUSIC • COMEO' DIANA GOLDBERG HERSH^L OENDEL ALLEN MAYO If ON SCHACHIER ft GITEl STUN A"0 OTHERS ON SCREEN sal Spectacular "SHOWEOAT" C//VE/V1/1 .Mat i nee 55' i ON AVE. Evening 1.25 JOSE FERRER SCIO OUT! ADVANCE RESERVATION'S KOWI PENING JAN. 26 PLEASE^lMER SEATS NOW TO AVOIO DISAPPOINTMENT! MENASHA SKULNIK Direct from Broadway m the hilarious "SEIDMAN & SON" 3u,, Tu^wtt ^ F ^ £ !$^, M Fn& Sat. 8:00 P.M. S5.4S. 4.45, 3.45 2 45 Mai Wed. &. Sat. 2.00 P.M. $3.50. 2.50 Charge Tickets at BURDINES, Flakier St.: JORDAN MARSH, Miami Ft. Lauderdale COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANTS J, ART GALLERY 3500 Main Highway, Miam. HI 5-2581 rs. Karp Again To Head UJA National Division By Special Report (Mrs. Jack Karp. of Beverly Hills, alif.. has been named 1965 naDnal chairman of the United Jew fh Appeal Women's Division. This i-ill be her second term in the ffice. The announcement was made p Max M. Fisher, of Detroit, general chairman of the I'JA. who said fchat Mr-. Karp's leadership in jfc'.MVt. had been "a source of in ipiralion and encouragement not K-nly to the Jewish women of the %  country, but to all ol US working auli her I Since 1948, v.hen the I'JA Naitonal Women's Division was lies Boris Vivants I es Bons Vivants, young adults 21 to :;."> year-, will hold itnext [fcala social on Sunday evening. Can 31, 7 p.m at the Capri Hotel. Dancing to a live band will feature Ihe entertainment. founded, nearly $235 million has been contributed by women to community campaigns throughout ihe country. Mrs. Karp, whose husband is con suliant to Paramount Pictures, has long been a leader in the cause of aid to Jewish refugees overseas, immigrants to Israel and the United States. Her lifetime de-' votion to Jewish service has won her top honors in the field. She was named Woman of the Year by the Los Angeles B'nai Until in 1961. and has received lladas-ah s World Citizen Award and the Israel Bond Award. A national board member of the UJA -mee 1951 and a vice chairman o| the Women's Division prior i her election as chairman. MrKarp ialso a member of Ihe national board ol Hadassah and was rational vice president of the or luxation from 19.iL> to 1955. In 19S6, -he was a delegate to the World Zionist Congress During her first year as I'JA Women's Division National Chairman, Mrs. Karp visited Europe j and Israel twice on behalf of the division, conferring on immigrant aid problems with top leaders of the Israel Government and UJA supported agencies overseas. While in Israel she made a motion picture. "Journey to Today." a sequel to a lilm in which she appeared ten years ago, showing the advances which have been made in the young State during this period. open from 5 P.M. til 5 A.M King Sire Drinks BILL JORDAN and his world famous Twin Pianos ,."EXPfCT AH EXCITING EVEMIHG! 5C*' \- .*-Michael ^A.' Gotan' presents Of atarring THE FOUR AYALONS Comedy-Satiric Quartet Special Guest Artist SHOSHANA DAMARI Scnsotionol Israeli and lrt*crnationrl Sin-ins Star BERNIE BERNS American Jewnh Comzi -1 onal Or<' SABRA DANCERS DR. PAUL CSONKA Proui.ctd & D'ifcted by Michael A Golan M0N. and 1UES., FEB. 1 and 2 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MAIL ORDERS NOW jp.t ; 'v dale des'red. number of fukets, price nrl make check oayable lo Echo.-i of Iwael tn'los' self adi •~d sl.-.-noed envelope. TICKETS ALSO %  %  '"'" T Cen %  sMiami -i Lincoln Rd.. -nfl Lmc.nn Rd.. and A ..i B • 0*1 • c ? 50 C-3.. r ,C-S4 OO-'Si.OT Tax IlKl. 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Page 8-B IPH / t fhjUnr Friday, January 22, M HUYNt WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mot in August, engaged in December, married in January and lived happily ever after is the saga of Helyne and Kenneth Treister. Helyne was born in Atlanta. Ga., went to the University of Alabama, where she was an outstanding member of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. As a youngster, she liked to play with children instead of toys. Playing house, school and grocery store were three of her favorite games. She was part of a closely knit family group whose hobby was travel. The winter months were planning ones for Helyne and her two sisters, who together with their parents, plotted out the summer vacations according to what they were studying in school. It was during a vacation in Miami that Helyne nut Kenny, who was in the Navy at that time. After they were married. Helyne became a typical Navy wife, following her husband and his ship from port to port. When his stint was over, they moved to Miami, where their three children were born. Charles. Alan and Eliot. Helyne. who was so devoted to her own mother, found a second mother in her husband's mother. She felt at home at once with the wonderful family and friends that she met. Anxious t'' know i• 11 about her husband's profession as an architect, -he took courses at the University oi Virginia and the University o fMiami She studied interior design. She has correlated and coordinated the designing in some of Kenny's ho and is so fascinated, thai as soon athe children got a little older, she expects to do more in thai field. Kenn> is B painter, and last year had his first on-' man show All of a sudden, Helyne found she had I ken ovei the role of manager and is doing the same job for his now show. which will he m February. 11< paints every free moment ho ha-, and it is a common sight to see linn at his on the patio with the children dabbling in their own paint pots aclose to him as the) can gel The Treister home was built according to ;,11 oi his own ideas, and Helyne is perfectly satisfied. Because of the ique architecture, Helyne has to be ready at all times to aot as tour hostess. Carrying out the idealof her own childhood, she believes the family comes first. Helyne likes besl the community projects in which she and her an work together — like American Jewish Comn11 T %  •.and t.i borhood Sunrise Harbor Association. Helyne was vic president of the Women's Division of Jewish Familj and Children's Service when it was first Started. Her major project a' the moment began when h. i son, Charles, wanted to be a Cub Scout, and thole were lb Scouts at Sunrise School. Helyne did the organand now there are six Cub Sccut Dens. Twice a year, Helyne and her familj join her lather, mother, two sisters and their families and have a get-together — either in the Islands, at the Fan. or in Miami. Atlanta. Tampa or Gainesville, their home grounds. The Treisters enjoy going cycling together and it's a good thing that Helyne likes sports as much as the men in her family because they are always going to football and basketball games Picnics are special in the Treister family. Everything is fun for one reason, confided Helyne. Kenneth has such enthusiasm, such a real love of life, that it rubs off on everyone he comes in contact with Just to be with him is an adventure. 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F i the wedding, the bride chose a white sheath of alencon lace, featurinc an overskirt oi lace. The bridal veil of imported silk illusion was softly draped to a matching plateau cap. and she carried a cascade of stephanotis with a white orchid in the center. Sister of the bride. Mrs. Stanley Mintz. served as maron of honor Best man to the bridegroom was his brother, Michael Clein, of Memphis. Tenn. Niece and nephew of the bride. Mark and fcllon Mintz, served as rinu-hearer and flower girl. Sister of the groom, I'atti Clein. served as junior bridesmaid. New Mrs. Clein is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Horowitz, 8875 SW 120 St. She is a graduate of Palmetto Senior High School and a life member of Tzion B'nai B rith Girls. The groom attended the University of Georgia and will graduate from the University of Miami in June. He is a member of the Tau Epsilon Pi Fraternity, Parents of the groom are Mr and Mrs. Ben B Clein. 7475 SW 118th St. Grandparents Mrs William Clein and Mrs Hay Marks Goldberg, are pioneer Miamians. After a honeymoon in Freeport, the collide will live at 48.M> W Flagler St. MARSHA MAKSTEIN Adult Series Resumes Rabbi Max Shapiro will resume adult series at Beth Kodesh Con gregation on Sunday morning, Feb. 7. 10 a.m. i r ORCHID PLANTS IN BUD S5 Choice, husky, mature Cifffeya hybrids from the nation's finest growers, as low at S1.S0 3 for S.O or 7 for S20 BONSAI ORIENTAL DWARF TREES Tiny, aqed masterpircs 20 years old, 6 to 12 inches tall. Florida's largest selection. Hundreds on display. S2 uo. SAMUEL L. PRESNER 6500 S.W 14th St. on 65th Ave. I Mi MRS. ROBERT ClfIN Makstein, Fine Betrothal Told Mr. and MrSamuel Makstein, 2LMi. SW Mb Ave are announcing the on ;agement of thoudaughter, Marsha Harriott, to Gerald Elliot! Fine, son of Mr and MrSel. Kino, Hollywood, I'la The f i,tare bride will gl n the University of Florida with a degree in elementarj eduon in August Her fiance, at in.: the university's law school, also earned a degree In banking and finance there. The couple plan to marry in An gust, Beth David La< Sponsor Play Beth David Sisterhood is soring a performance of -^ and Son," the corned) -ta nasha Skulnik at the ( Grove Playhouse, on Sunda* oi. at 5 p.m. Mis Louis Seitlin, chairman, 1 committee women. Mesdamesj jamin Bloom and Arthur are in charge ol tick to, # 1 c ial Performance. -old at box offive prices, arc C made through Beth Maud Hadassah Group Plans Function Kananah Group of Miami B& Chapter of Hadassah will sta* "Fun Night" at Surfside Tovg| on Saturday, Feb. 6. Rananah. composed women past 18. single and, lied, plans the even! to i for the Hadassah Medical IV in the John F. Kennedy liwJ Building in Israel In charge of information | Mrs Sherman Past, pi Mrs Robert Berner. 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Friday, January 22. 1965 'Jm1st Ihrilictn Page 9-B th her sleeves, which tapered to a tight hemline. Goya red silk was the color selected by Mrs. Joseph Reisman for the ball, which featured a low squared neckline, and was softly draped around the waist. Mrs. Saul Von Zamft's black silk featured the Empire waistline which was detailed with a self-fabric flat bow. Mrs. Max Stein's red chiffon was asymetrically draped across the bodice, and her neckline was off-the shoulder with the hipline slightly draped for controlled fullness. Golden silk crepe with deep lace edging the bodice and ilounced at the hemline was worn by Mrs. Marshall Feuer. A white mohair cocktail ensemble was chosen by Mrs. Paul Draizar. The bodice was embroidered with gold lame and jeweled into snowflake patterns. Nathan Roth has been named chairman of the seventh anniversary Dedication Committee of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida. The appointment was announced by Mrs. Joteph E. Keiser, president of the Convalescent and Nursing Home, known as Bikur Cholim. Named as co-chairmen are Constable Leonard Weinstein, Irving Pietrack, Mrs. Ida Kostoff and Joseph Malek. Planning a Building Fund dinner at the Deauville Hotel on Saturday night, Mar. 20, are (left to right) Constable Weins'ein. Roth, Mrs. Kostoff, Malek and (standing) Pietrack. ORT Honors Mellah Mothers LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RtPAIRING Serving Dade County Over ?5 Ye*rl 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Over 1.200 guests crowded into the Deauville Hotel for the Southeastern Florida Region of Women American ORT luncheon honoring Mellah Mothertor 1965 on Tuesday, Dr Irving Lehrman, guest -peak er. who has just returned from ,i brief \:-.l t. %  Israel, declared: •I assure you, that wherever I went, (HIT was a magic word, anil I was proud to saj that i was an honorar) member of our in her welcoming address. Reg ion President Mrs Louis Baron Stated, .Ills' .is President Kcnnclv created the Peace Corps and President Johnson declared War on Poverty, so have the women of ORT, through their network Ol VO cational schools throughout the world declared war On Uselessness Speaking oi their important contributions, National Vice President Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt noted: •Today, I have been afforded the honor of paying tribute to our Mellah Mothers, women who have taken lo their hearts, a needy child Mellah Motherannounced for 1965 include Dr and Mrs. Jack A. Greenhouse, Dr. and Mis George Rand. Mrs. Paula Sklar. Mr and Mrs Lewis Salfinger, Mrs. Carrie Sapiro, Mrs, Margaret Newman Steam, Mrs. Jeanette Prisament, Mrs. Ollie Cohen. Mrs. Florence Gampole, and the 13 members of the Deeds club represented bj Mrs. Sheldon Spcelor. president. Chairman ol the day was Mrs Henry Gilbert, region vice president, and among prominent guests were Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Metro Mayor Chuck Hail and Miami Beach Mayor Mclvin .1 Richard, with their wives Cancer Unit Has Fashion Show Miami Reach's "Miss Teen Age oi America" and "Miss Dixie." Carol Lyn Blum, will be among :i odels -hovving fashions oi Wilma ol Lincoln Road at the Shore Unit, Woman's Corps. Papanicolaou lie earth Institute of Miami, annual luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 10, e Carillon Hotel. Other models will be MrR I bord, Mrs, Martin Smith. VIrs, G< '•dim Gold, and MrRob ert Blum. The afternoon will also feature selections by singer Ren • i Renzi. Chairman of the affair is Mrs in, with Mrs Moe Blitz -. \.11_; a chairman ol the ''..iv Temple lion Sisterhood Temple Zion Sisterhood presents the annual Past Presidents Ball en Saturday, Jan. 30, in the Tern pie Social Mull at 8:30 p.m. There will be a live band, refreshmentand a program entitled "Th < Were the Years That Were Workmen's Circle Cord Party Workmen's Clr< le 1064 will have i card partj on Saturday nighl at Washington Federal Auditorium No Miami Beach, Chairman is ::••:' 'lit .. erman and Mrs Martin Smith are in chat ge ol re HI-. JfllA MOSAICS PLASTIC ARTISTRY SUPPLIES • GIFTS Free Instructions PH. 4454416 Town Half forum The Town Hall Forum sponsored a lecture entitled "Should lied China Join the United Nation-." was held on Friday. 8:30 pm, at West Miami Town Hall. Speaker was Dr. Don Calhoun, ., • professor of social science, I ni, 2311 Ponce HUon Blvd -Gobies i .. .. %  • k .__... _. .... ...i versitv ol Miami. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI U %  r %  /'..'. Mrs. i v Radiant brides look more radiant in a portrait by E. Allen Becker!* # Cleaning-Laundry ~^ Storage 1201 -20th Str JE 8-6104 ^^ky^P Miami Beach Of IN 7 AJM. • fJj. Sum* Duy Strvie* Mwr An Extra Chorg.. How much 9 *115. (complete) for their cherished wedding portrait and album in living color. Call for your appointment. 532-2351 •The award winning photographer/426 Arthur Godfrey Road X



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Paqm 10-B *Jelsttfhrk0t*fJ Friday, January 22, IJR5 Community Forum Series at Beth Am Will Feature Javits, Young and Brinkley SIN JACOB JAVITS Shakespeare Program at 'Y* "Fun with Shakespeare' is the theme of the next scheduled event in the Sunday Celebrity Series sponsored by the YMHA to take place Sunday. 2:30 p.m. The program will be presented in the auditorium of the new YMHA facility at 8500 SW 8th St. Designed for children over six who may be accompanied by their parents, the program is directed bj Jeanne Wolf Aimed to present Shakespeare On a level that will be appreciated bj children, the program ill offei 1 xi e pts from "The Merry Wives "i Windsor." .1 costume pa rade with characters from "Much Ado About \ • lii King I.car'' n 1 "Othello Apr • in the cast will be v bin Werner, Heather Lee Haven, Dalton Cathey, Monica Meredith and Wendy Salem, all "i whom are memberol the Southern Shakespeare Repertory Theater "t the University of Miami Two Programs At Mount Sinai "Reach to Recovery," a nation :I. voluntary, nm-profit organization, which aids in the physical and emotional rehabilitation ot women who have had radical breast surgery, will hold two o|>cn meetings at Mount Sinai Hospital in the l.ouis E, Wolfson Auditorium. The first will be held next Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. and the second on Friday. Jan. 29. at 1 p.m. Coming to Miami as main speaker for both gatherings will be Mis Terete Lasser, founder of the organization, which has chapters functioning throughout the United States and in 25 foreign countries >lrLasser 1the author of a booklet elabo il on the problems involved after mastectomies A national leader in the struggle of Negro citizens for equal rights, an internationally respected United States Senator, and a learned television news commentator share the spotlight in the Community Forum Series starting Feb. 8 at Temple Beth Am. 5950 No Kendall Dr.. South Miami. First speaker in the three part Si lies is Jacob K. Javits. senior senator from the State of New York. Among his many achievements in political, economic and social reforms, the Republican enator is author of the recent Order of Battle: A Republican's all to Reason. written in 1964 Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director of the National Urban League, will speak on Mar. 10. Young is one of the leading architects of the current war on poverty and a planner of the Negro March on Washington in 1963. His recent book on the race question, "To be Equal," was described in the Saturday Review as the "best written on the subject." The final program, Apr 4 pre sents David Brinkley, oi NB( News, now in hi^ 21s1 year with the network. All speakers will participate in esti and ans ei period folg their presents) The Temple Beth \:n Forum Committee is headed by Dr. Mor: n Notarious other members >f the committee include Ml-. 1 .1 Ml .1.-. ; • I Itiiuni i V V .' ,' .' I %  1 %  • und Mi M i.r. V U si \i. 1 IT I'm! .ii' i Mm 1 :•(M Fill, ; \l •. | i. M nil Jin Ktanley CIIIIMTI Ml 111 • l M %  lli-rnaril < '• %  %  \i uiul Mi.-. Ja< i. i. i!rM-n. 1 •> lii i-nln *:r ana Urn i rl Hi % % % %  Ii mil .MiK IV ii %  mill \i U.lvln i • \ I mum • %  Knit MiMnitln I I lilinir, H Mr\v rren l.indnu, Mr HIM] MI> Vrtlui l.yolix, Mr ml Mr* • ;• -i *• %  Mm Mnrtiiii s \.-t..i >..;-. Mi in.I Mm B> in i >'-•• \ii H i %  -1 M M %  n II ii. Mi au.l Mi* I-: R. >•. han*. Mr and Mm JOKII I ir. :• ri %  I Mis. Siitiil. %  > Sn. i i \li Rtl<< >i-~ l tin ton r.i.ii. I 'i ..I.I \ • kirn ii v*l< III-T-. Mr nnd Mr* i;• rn.ii'i IVi i I. 1I I T .II.. I Mrs. K rl \\ i I Hi .mil Mm T1....I..1. Wolff Bank Vies Merest Directors of Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach has voted to pay interest on savings accounts at the rate of four per cent a year compounded quarterly, and retroactive to Jan. 1. 1965. They also voted to pay up to four and onequarter percent per year on certif icates of deposit for a year or longer. 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Iday. January 22, 1965 lenlsii thfldlti Paqe 1 IB By EDYTHE SCHINDLER r* *M Jt's Not Love but Acceptance We Demand 'TFc last "f thf short men."' that's what ihey called him back yondor, back home on the plains. H e s on the •* nether side of [l_a blunt square fellow. Yet pitched himself against the 'uns. And he was fast, and he povc hard, and he won his share points. The name of the game las basketball. The place was jw York. The measure of the |an was not his height; rather i> the discipline, the dedicapn to excellence he brought to |e situation that explains him. scored high, way back then, low. today, as a teacher and inTvator in the educational field, is still scoring hiuh. for Bert Kleiman is assistant Tfnrfpal slum area The Ms who uo to thischool are literally poor, apathetic and the raduates inexcusably inferior as pi.int. equipment and instruc On They are Negro, and Dr. leiman is a .lew and .i Yankee boot Higher Horizons IWhi'ii Dr. Kleiman came 10 ter T. Washington, he found kids were two or more years und grade level in readme, initiated an action project lied Higher Horizons. [•The goal wa.s to try on a broad Ini to raise the aspirational and jtural levels of these kids through varied activities," said Bert Kleiman We began brinnOUtside speakers to the school film-. We organized field > to places ot cultural intersuch aart galleries and innDR. BERT KlflMAH a good job spurns Math li red tutoring .i"i ,\ >< ar an i ictober, sou set enth graders were tested in read IT: and in math In reading, only fifty students were on grade l, vel in math, onlj thirty. • in Apnl. when we retested them." -aid Dr. Kleiman. "12S were on grade level in reading and 130 m math." Volunteers Help The National Council of Jewi-h Women is helping on the Higher Horizons project and has fifteen volunteers working in the school. "If I had my way." said Dr. Kleiman. "these kids would >Jot the best Thc> deserve the best teachers, preferably master teachers who can relate to them They need concentrated attention"." arifT fhfy rieerrmore mTTK?y spent on them." It took over a year for Dr Kleiman to establish rapport with the stafi of Booker T., and with the students. Probably the only encounter many of the kids had ever had with a Jew was with the "rent man" or the merchant whose food and stuff they needed and couldn't afford. And the color white conjures up many an image for a Negro child, not the least of which is arbitrary manipulator of his destiny. Now, when he walks down the murky yellow halls of the school, he gets the big hello 'One of the many things I enjoy at Booker T." said Dr. Kleiman. "is the candidness. the forthrightnesa of the kids here Belt Kleiman isn't greedy II he can't get a whole loaf, he's geared himself to accept a morsel "If we can only take a feu Negro kids to a museum." he says, "it's hotter than taking none at all Here and Now He is Jewish and an optimist He says. "I am not concerned with an after lire where things will be better. I'm for rioin^ noun here and now' He is an honest man "I took this job because it makes me feel good to do a good job. What I'm talking about is responsible self interest.' He feels a kinship with his students and staff. "It's not love but acceptance we demand." Formerly, Dr. Kleiman wa.s a school teacher at Daytona Beach. He was one of a select group of educators accepted for a two-year study program at Harvard. 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He is helping to design and coordinate special programs, such as summer reading groups and a program for migrant workers in Dade County Straight A'* He teaches at Barry College and is slated to be in charge of a National Deiense Education Act institute thije. This program's purpose is to upgrade teachers Of the culturally deprived one parting worn for all the kiddles. Dr. Kleiman always got straight A's in school. 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Page 12-B *klstrirrMlnr Friday, January 22, 1955 Dade Youth Will Tackle Intergroup Relations Problems at NCCJ Session Dade County";, youth will tackle "The Tssnes That Will Aifect Intergroup Relations in 1965" at a winter institute of the Dade County Intergroup Youth Council sponsor ed by the Florida Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The one-day session is scheduled for Friday at the McAllister Hotel. from 10 to 4 p.m. Youth Group At Beth Tfilah A get-together breakfast for young and adult members was held last Sunday at Congregation Beth Tfilah. Plans were tormulated for future breakfasts and a lecture series to be presented at the Sunday gatherings by spiritual leader. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. President Jack Ciment appointed Sidney Shapiro and Perry Ciment as heads of a Young Citizens Committee for the Sunday break fasts, declaring that "the break fasts will be designed to attract the youth of the community to Beth Tfilah and Orthodox Judaism.'" In an address delivered at the initial gathering Rabbi Rackov,-ky emphasized the need for "cooperation between adults and young people for the furtherance ol Torah true Judaism Arrangements for the breakfast were headed by Hyman Zeldman, first vice president of Beth Tfilah Farband Branch Meeting Slated President Manuel Burstein will conduct the business agenda of the Farband. Ben-Gurion B r a n c h. monthly meeting at B p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28. Cultural portion ol the meeting ie held al the Farband Cultural ier. 842 Washington Ave will be a symposium on Zionism Participants will be Burstein, branch president; Bernard Furman, vice president and program chairman, who will also serve as moderator; and Phillip Segal, Cultui il Committee member Keynote speaker at the youth discussion will be Bill Baggs, editor of The Miami News and a national leader in human relations and community affairs. Rick Show. WQAM personality, will be master of cermonies at the noon luncheon. Four major topics are on the agenda for discussion groups slated from 11 to noon and again from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Prominent relig ious. legal, educational and social figures will lead the meetings. The first. "Intermarriage and Dating." will be counseled by Dr. Herbert Baumbard. of Temple Beth Am: the Rev. Henry McDowell, of Church of the Open Door; and the Rev. John Nevins. director of the Catholic Weltare Bureau. "Parent-Child Relations'" will be subject of John Hodgins, counsel or of the Protestant Service Bureau, and Sister Ruth Albert. Barry College. Another topic, "Troubled Children: Delinquents, Drop Outs, Broken Homes, Retarded," will feature the views of Judge Ben J. Sheppard, of Dade County Juvenile Court; Mrs. Clara Math ews, special education teacher at Booker T. Washington High School; Dr. John Hall Jones, consulting psychologist; and Miss Marie Roberts, guidance counselor at Booker T. Washington High School. A session on "Civil Rights" will be advised by State Attorney Rich ml Gerstein; the Rev. Theodore Gibson, Christ Episcopal Cnurch; Ernes) Lent, executive director, Dade Count) Board of Communit) Relations: and Attorney Tobias Simon. Max J Karl, regional director. National Conference ol Christians and Jews, will present the sum mary of the institute following 3 p m reports I r 0 m discussion groupGarshag Named To Fourth Term As Club Prexy Max Garshag has been elected to serve a lourth term as president of the Miami Friendly Social Club. other officers inducted by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, on Sunday are Isidor Silver and Dave Cashwan. vice presidents; Joseph Braff. treasurer: Jacob Klass. Mrs. Minerva Cohen. Mrs Ann Weiss, Mrs. Lena Rovner, secretaries; Yale Sbulman and Max Glick, sergeant-at arms. Members of the board include Mrs Max Abramowitz. Max Glick, Mrs. Joseph Braff. Mrs. Isidor Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Gerstein. tANIti AMD DIMIJSI Comic Capers of the Four Ayalons, stars, of the "Echoes of Israel" production at the Miami Beah Auditorium, Feb. 1 and 2, are highlighted in Michael A. Golan's colorful concert. Left to right are Mordecai Yaron. Baruch Nadav and Gad Mann. Sitting is Eiten Lev. Fine Arts Guild Of Temple Judea Presents Series MAX GAKSHAC Mrs. Goldie Garshag. Mrs. Ray a T l An i c l nic + ris-fc Russak. Mrs. Minnie Stieglitz. afcl#lllI VISIIIUT) Mapping Plans Charles Sokol, Mrs. Pauline Sobel. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rifkin, Mr. and Mrs. plans for several f uture com Abe Ravinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Richbined activities of the Greater Mi ard Katzman and Louis Rover. ami Districts ot the Zionist Organ The club meets everv Sunday at ''" America were outlined 2 p.m.. and everv Thursday at 7:30 here at a special meeting of the The Fine Arts Guild of Temple p.m.. for social evenings, at Beth membership, program and fund Judea. 320 Palermo^ Cora, Gables. El Congregation. S00 SW 17th Ave. g^~3g; 2 $tf£. has announced a 196.. series of en—chairman of the President tertamment. KaQOn Heads JNF Council This Saturday evening, the first J rAW|1M ;,. A A combined meeting of all the performance will be given by the TOrOH COfTimittee lllsIricts open t0 the pllbllc and Sam Kagan. chairman of the bringing to Greater Miami an in Jewish National Fund Me Ami side report on the recent World Tor ah Committee, this week anZionist Congress by two outstand This is their first visit to the nouncefl that the Me Ami Torah ing delegates, will be presented on Miami area Their performance wi „ ,,,, ro tated and read at svna 1VI, ; will be followed by a movie. ,,„,„,., thr()Ugnout the area during The affair will also be the kickHand in Hand. m 1935 _,. ason off for a membership drive and for on Wednesday. Feb. 24, Sydney The Me Ami Torah has been giv"Z" Month slated to start Feb. S J Harris, syndicated columnist en fo thc j ewish National Fund of and end with a victory celebration and lecturer, will speak on "The Greater Miami by Keren Kavemeth Mar 10. Dilemmas of Modern Man." QuesLclsr;l( ,| and „„. lsrae] Ministry of tion and answer period will folReligion ln exchange for the Tor' .. % % %  '. %  .' % %  ... %  .. % %  L.TTT '" w ah which the Miami delegation On Sunday. Mar. 21. the Israeli brought to Israel when Me Ami. a Troubadors will present young Isfrontier settlement on the Jordan rael in songs and music, plus Maian border, was dedicated two rie Misakura, Japan's Liberace years ago iel and Dimitri. with songs and music of Israel and other lands. New Year for Trees Hebrew and Sunday School students of Beth Kodesh celebrated the "New Year lor Trees'' on S,in(a> al 10 a.m A tree was planted in honor of the occasion. Pharmacists Bid Puliver Farewell Farewell testimonial dinner honoring Jack Puher took place on Sundaj. Jan 10, at the Everglades Hotel The occasion was the hon oree's departure for Israel, where he planto make his permanent home. Two plaques were awarded to Pulver by the Alpha Zeta Omi LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING WANTED Experienced with sick and elderly. Alto will take core of 1 or 2 children. live in. Call Anne Maiin Ph. 538-1495 "The symbolic and eternal tie ..... between the Jewish people has w~w*wwww~-*www*-ww~~www*-w~ thus been strengthened," said ., Ambassador Jacob Tsur, world MAN tO WORK in PAWN SHOP chairman of the Jewish National Fund in Jerusalem. Ambassador Tsur is one of Israel's foremost diplomats, ard was former ambassador to France and Argentina. He is presently chairman of the World Zionist Action Committee. "The Me Ami Torah is now beExperienced preferred, permonent, good opportunity. References desired FR 4-4385 Evenings HI 5 6836 Fraternity of the pharmacy profess on. as well as Iron, the South[ w n '. ; 1 !" g* van """JW.W1 easl Florida Pharmaceutical Association. Jack Davis, acting as master of ceremonies, presented Puher with a leather traveling bag. WIDOWER in the Sixties, wishes to meet eligible lady. Please write 1758 N.W. 113th Terrace Miami, Fla. 33167 well received and serves as i re........................ minder of the all-inclusive purhere said Kagan at a recent Ex ecutive Board meeting, "II ivery poses nl the Jewish National Fund, for JNF is engaged in reclaiming the soil and the soul of the Jewish people. "Before reading the Torah. we impress upon the congregation the need for continued support of the Jewish National Fund, its present role in the upbuilding and reclaimPresentation of the plaques was mg ,, f lhl [ an< j of i srae |. which is made by Sam Sloban. director of sti n two-thirds desert and the urthe AZO Fraternity, and Al Heinet>nt ta sk which JNF periormm hardt. president of the Southeast strengthening the security of the Florida Pharmaceutical Associa |state of Israel by building security roads on the frontiers and esSpeakers included John Stac* nik, of the Florida Board of Pharmacy; Ben Saks, secretarymanager of the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical Association; and State Rep Kenneth Myers. tion. Last summer. Pulver represented the state and local pharmaceutical groups at the dedication I of the new School of Pharmacy at Ein Karem. Israel, site of the medical complex of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mrs. Julius Kasden offered a pro | gram of Israeli songs. Also featur! ed was magic by the "Amazing Moishe." tabhshing frontier settlement';." Serving with Kagan are co-chairmen. Max Affachiner and also Sam Schachno. financial secretary of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Zamora USY To be Honored Cultural Events Due at Zamora Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Temple Zamora. announces a once-amonth cultural evening. The cultural evenings will be held at the Temple during the week and will have as guests lecturers and panels of speakers prominent WIDOW, 50 YEARS, Miami resident, ownina beautiful home with income—wishes to meet refined gentleman. Please give phone Write: Mrs. W.F.Y., Box 2973, Miami 33101 Attend services tfiis week atuour own btaceof worship Temple Zamora I'SY members and their families will be honored at Friday evening services con-j in their particular fields A ques. ducted by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. I tion and answer period will fol Students participating in the ceri low each session. The cultural eve emony will be Edward Greenberg. nings are free and open to the pubRobert Kussner. Mark Pollack, lie. Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers, 1216 Normandy Dr., has added a mobile truck to its many facilities in order to service Bar Mi'zvahs. weddinqs and parties with refrigerated kosher foods at private homes. Sand-Ell also services hotels with hot and cold hors d'oeuvres on a whole-ale and retail basis. The firm is owned and operated by Sol Weiss. Zadik Shapiro. Naomi Smukler and j Clara Zion. Young people 13 and over are eligible to join the Temple USY | group, which sponsors study procal School, grams, as well as outside activi! The first cultural evening will ties, including bowling, paper sales, i take place on Wednesday. Feb. 3, I car washes I at g p.m. This months cultural evening discussion will feature Dr Max well Dauer. professor of radiology at the University of Miami MediHl 8-4994 When the



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Friday, January 22. 1965 *• Jew 1st fhridinti Paqe 13-B J3<*r at Beth David C mgrega5W 3rd Ave.. Miami, Being to an announcement by Iph Cohen, Bureau ol Jewish cation president. ps section oi the college icobored bj Beth David Congre,i,i>tice." On and other Jewish congrogaOf the Southwest area of li. equ-.ner, intermediate and kanced Hebrew courses will [offered, in addition to a spforum course, "A Changing igogue." Rabbi Eliezer Levi, Jng rabbi of Beth David, will the instructor. i] Deuteronomy Instructors "ill be Benjamin Niedzwetzki a n d Schw artzman. forum course will trace the of the origins of the House Jrayer through Biblical times tg the days of the synagogue p.m.. a special I o r u m i urse will be offered on the subject oi 'What We JewBelieve," including discussion ol "Bod) and Soul," "Freedom of Will," -Social 'Reward and Punish ment." "Family Purity," "Torah and Knowledge" and "Messiah and the Better World Order The revolving faculty will consist of Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Beth El Congregation; Rabbi Sam. uel April, oi Temple Or Olom: Dr .Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau consultant; Rabbi Morns Skop, of Temple Beth Shir ah; Schwartzman; and Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. The eight sessions will continue through Mar. 15. Courses are open to all teachers of Greater Miami in the peiiod ol the second tornan I uncheon Club meeting oi the Miami Beach District of the Zionist ( W :ani/ation ol America on ^fcdnexlay. 12:15 p.m.. at the RiUfla/a Hotel. Jtaige Englander ia past president*.! the Miami Beach Zionist District and has been a leader in the Mil'i-< uMasonic Lodge, lie hisls" served as national deputy JudajT Advocate for the Jewish War \'iiterans and was Justice ol the %  eace for the Miami Beach area foi live v. .us prior to hit. election .< %  city councilman. Judge Knglander will discuss "On th< Street Where You Live." Abe juluii. < ne of lhe founders of thcAann Beach Zionist District, will fce honored at the luncheon. Rubin, who has been a member of the Sard ol Directors and an officer oi the Miami Beach Zionist District for many years, was re-1 cenfB com mended by the organization "for the outstanding work he did as ticket chairman of the Sixth annual Cavalcade of Israel Stars at the Miami Beach Audiday evening. Jan. 22. A student at Riviera Junior High. Rebecca plays French horn in the school concert band. She also plays piano, is an active Girl Scout, and her hobbies include swimming and basketball. An Otn : Shabbat in the celebrant's honor will follow the Si i v Ice. Nina Simka On Friday ev nin -. Jan Nina, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Abe Simka, will i ecome Bas M i. •! al the Israelite Center. Rabbi S I Swirskj will officiate, Cantor Louis Cohen will render Ihe liturgy, Nina is in the eighth grade at Shenandoal JuniorHigh. She is in honor student and ialso in ho >l chorus. The Simkas will have open house on Sunday to honor their daughter Howard Schulman Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah Oi Howard, son of Mrs. Peggj Schulman, on Sal urday, Jan. 23. at Temple EmanuEl Howard attends eighth grade ol Nautilus Junior High School He has won awardin science and his hobbies include fishing and swim tiling Howard's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs A. J. Molasky. of Miami Beach. The celebrant will be honored at a luncheon following the service in Sirkin Hall, and at a dinner and dance in the evening at the Imperial House. it • Sandra Hersh Friday evening, Jan. 22. at Temple Or Olom. Sandra Hersh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul li rsh will be Bas Mitzvah. Rabbi Sam n i April will officiate. Sandra is an eighth grade student at Rockway Junior High School. Her hobbies are music, art and sports. the li.iMitzvah will be her Sam Hei I V'-.v York, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs s. Weissman, Miami. Samuel Jacks uel Jacks, andson of Mr and M : Jacks, 17230 N\\ Kith ("t.. will be Bar Mitzvah Sat) %  i ng, Jan. 23. al Temple A.Luti) Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. plan will conduct the services, and Cantor Maurice Neu will chant the liturgy. Sam is a seventh grade student at Parkway Junior High, and e* eels in physical education. Kiddush reception will be sen i I in honor of the celebrant at the close of the service. A fannh dinner will be held at Michel's Res taurant, Normandy isle, on Saturday night. Charles B. Silverman Rabbi F.liezer A. Levi and Can tor William W Lip-on will officiate at services on Saturday morning. Jan 23. in Beth David Syna gogue when Charles B., son of MrSara Silverman and the late Sydney M, Silverman. 2320 SW 15th St.. will be Bar Mitzvah. Charles is an A student in both Hebrew and secular studies He had been spelling champion of Shenan loah Elementary School for Six consecutive years and. as champion, represented his school in the Dade County Spelling Bee finals recently. II %  was voted outstanding student of in-, school upon graduation, or which he received an award and trophy His hobbies include n politics -lamp and coin* collecting, Kiddush reception in Beth Spector Hall will he held lowin the sert ices Gucsl fro u ada, w ill ii.. lude h randmother, Mrs Charles B. Model. 'Career Clinic 1 Program Here A limited number of openings remain in the first "Career Clinic'' vocational guidance program for junior and senior high school students. The program, sponsored by Jewish Vocational Service, oilers individual testing and counseling to help teen-agers choose a career based on their intelligence, abilities and personalities. "Career Clinic" is administered by Mrs Ruth Rosenberg, MA. under the supervision of Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director of JVS. A nominal tuition fee is charged for the program torhim HOURS EVERY DAY



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Page 14B 9-Jenistifkridrtor) Friday. January 22, 1965 JDC Official To Speak Here Monday Evening Mrs. Lydia Eskenazi, public relations director of the Joint Distribution Committee in Greece, will •fccguest speaker at -the Nrst eeting oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Board of Governors or Monday evening, it was antounced by Sidney Lefcourt, Federation president. The meeting will take place at the new YM and YWHA. 8500 SW Mh St., at 7:30 p.m. Members of the Board of Governors will be taken on a guided tour for a first-hand look at the facilities and grounds which comprise the headquarters of the new "Y." Mrs. Eshkenazi was the first employee hired by the Joint Distribu tion Committee when JDC opened its otfice in Greece after liberation in 1945. She had tone into hiding jn 1943 when the Germans initiated their actions against Greek Jews, and remained hidden until the country was liberated some 13 Tionths later Mrs Eskenazi has 20 years ol ex perience dealing with the rehabilitation of European Jewry, and ias served both the JDC and the L'nited MAS Service in Greece I day, -h" still holds the double responsibilit) Workmen's Circle To Open Office Workmen's circle Coordinating Committee held a meeting at 25 Washington Ave last week to complete details for opening an office for Greater Miami and Rroward County. Nat Peskin. national director ol membership activities, was here from New York for the meetings and discussions with representativea of all five branches. Opening of the office is set for Feb. 1. which will be locate?) at 140 Lincoln Rd Coordinating Committee announced that Mrs Ida Poston, currently English-speaking secretary for the 5. ithern District of the Workmen's irele, will be executive secretary for the Greater Miami Workmen Circle The Workmen's Circle is cur rentlj conducting its 65th jubilee membership drive, which will end with a national convention in May. 1966. Coordinating Committee elected the following as the Office Committee; Marry Schuldiner. Branch 1050. chai'/m.-in; Isidot* Cohen. Branch 692. vice chairman; Murray Gold. Branch 1059. treasurer; and Mrs. Sara Gold. Mrs Nathan Goon and Sam Wiener MRS. irDIA ESKENAZI Hebrew Students Are Consecrated Some 120 beginning 11 e h r e w school students participated in the annual consecration ceremony at Friday evening services. 8:30 p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation, George Katzman. chairman. Board 0l Education, announced. Rabbi Max A Lipschitz, spiritual leader, blessed the students D stribution ol certificates of consecration was bj Richard Snei, president oi the congregation; Mi Adrian Kaufman, youth vice president oi the VIollie Kahaner Sisterhood; Mrs Stanley stem. president of Sisterhood; Jules Gor an. president, Men's Club: and Katzman, Instructors of the nrst grade i lassi are Mrs Morris Levin. Mrs Jack Diamond and Saul SOSnovski. Under the direction of Miss Carole McKenzie, music director., the students participated in a cantata entitled The Learning of Torah Jessel to Emcee Variety Show America's most famous master ol ceremonies will do the honors at the Varietj Club's spectacular three hour "Show of Showon rhursdaj night, Feb *, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Ge i. Jes tel, fchown as the "toastmaster general of the I inted States," will emcee the extra\ nza tor the benefit ol Varietj Children's Hospital, Ail proceeds go to Variety Children's Hospital, which recently added three new wings to take care of the ever increasing number ol young patients. The 'show ol Shows" is being produced for the seventh year b) Sammy Walsh, one ol the nation's best known and popular corned ians for three decades. Chief Barker is Henry Oxell. who announced that tickets are now available at Variety Club in the Robert Clay Hotel and at Miami Beach Auditorium. Book Review Winners Revealed Winners of the annual Book Review Contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in celebration of National Jewish Book Month were announced this week by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau First prize was awarded to Rita Norton, ol the Bureau Central Hebrew High School, who re\ lewed 'Casl a Giant Shadow," by Ted Berkman: second prizi I i I' ane Jacobstein, ol 1 Beth Am, who reviewed "Gentlemen \ merit.' by Laura Z Hobson; third prize, to Maxine Cohen, Beth David Congregation, who reviewed "Exodus." by Leon Iris Fourth prize was awarded to Ava Goldman, of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, who reviewed •Hillcl the Elder," fifth prize, to Mark Hershey. of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, for "Exo dus." by Leon I'ns: and a special honorable mention to Lynn Rosenblatt, of Temple Beth Am. for her review of "Exodus Prizes to winners include copies of recent Encyclopedias of Jewish Knowledge. The first three winners will appear on a special television program to be held in the early part of February in ("operation with Metro Agency Elects Ferdie Ainslee R. Ferdie was recently elected vice chairman ol rle Metropolitan Hade County Urban Renewal Agency, The 34-year-old : Gal leattorney was an original member of the agenc) and re d ntly appointed for a second term the Hade County Commission He has served as chairman of the agency's Relocation Committee and is representative to the Dade Count} Ann Poverty Task Force. The new vice chairman is state commander of the Jewish War Veterans ar.d its national legislative co-officer, president of the Greater Miami BBYO Board of Directors, vice president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and president of Temple Zamora. He is on the Board of Directors of the Coral Gables Bar Association. Coral Gables Citizen's Committee. Coral Gables Optimist Club. Dade County Young Democratic Club and vice president of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association He Ia member of the Committee <>n Public Regulation of Land i -e of the American Bar Association Section on Real Property and Probate Law He is also secretary i the Junior Conference of the I ed e r .i c i o n Interamericana de Vbogi HtRMAN GR5FN New CRT Unit To be Formed Mrs Eva Shapiro will host a "coffee" in her Harbor House Apartment, IQ2M Collins Ave.. on Wednesday, 10 a.m.. ior the purpose of forming a new ORT Chap ter. Guest speaker will be Mrs Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president and chairman of the Field Extension Committee for the Southern area the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association on its Sunday program. The Still Small Voice Miami Ad Men Receive Awards Two of the most distinguished %  wards in the Florida advertising industry were presented to Jack I. Green, chairman of the board %  H Miami-based Bishopric GreenFielden. Inc.. and Hal Herman. president of Hal Herman Associates, inc.. at the Advertising Club i| Greater Miami dinner last week at the Everglades Hotel. Grei n vas recipient ol the Advertising Federation ol Amer i a Printer'* ink silver medal aw yen for "a distinguished lifetime achievement in ertis ing industr) Herman was honored as the 1961 advertising personalitj oi the year for his active leadership in estab lishing the nev Russell E v <" field Advertising and Marketim laboratory at the L'niversitj ol Miami Green's award is the third time in the past six years a member of B-G-F has won the silver tredal recognition. Previously, E-G-F President Karl Bishopric and Senior Vice President Charles Whitebrook received the honor. A founding member of the Art Directors Club, as well as a long time member of the Advertising Club of Greater Miami. Green has been with B-G-F. Florida's largest advertising agency, lor nine war He is a veteran of 25 years in the advertising industry, Previous asp ciati ms I n c i u d e tree lance work in New York City, art direc tor of United Advertising Agencj and president of Jack I (, Studios. Green attended Pratt In-tit'-, Herman, a former United Press respondent and a resident of M ami lor :n years, is presently second vice president and a member o| the Board oi Directors ol the Surfs I, i; a ] Harbour Chamber oi Commerce. While attending the University of Florida, he was selected for the university's Hall of Fame and "Who's Who in the South anc* Southwest." His company represents a number of leading northern newspapers. Herman is a past president of the Advertising Club of Greater Miami. Presenting Green with the silver medal award at the Ad Club din ner was 1963 recipient L. L. (Duke) Zimmerman. Herman was given his swart by last year's winner, Kav Rickles. Oli t u a r i e s KATZIF -l|i\I.V .'' 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r->* L£ 22. 1965 *Jewisti fhvkilrtn Paqe 15-B %  L NOTICE NOTICE %  f APPLICATION FC %  AX DEED r.H*r rEft 3 Wtl ACTS OF 1041 %  "A A 21760 N' Mil ^mt i m .i i i>ii, holder <>f K|. II llll %  % %  : %  ; I'h. % aId i ropert) under li'.l i. la* %  • ll Was ill llle Ii. I: \ i i. ••Block 3. Be*-". n I...is Ii A I*, Adrtn.. Pi a lluuk ... PM* 81. In the Count) ..i Dude, Stale of Florida, % %  : • .1. nf^^H %  ill. iiii. iiHiue ui Win. W. I pro! Chai. ThW^^Mn I.. outstanding i<< ui Miami I a It* :eea win .11 he redeemed < f^^Ki highest bldil door on the i until of February liit day of i Dated thl A.l>. UH4. E. B. Ll %  <>! ..I) w • %  • I %  "Why, yes, Morris, it was a rather difficult day here at home but I'm sure you had it much more difficult at the office." ^___^_— LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CO. • TV JUDGES COL RT IN AND [ !DAD ( OLNTY, FLOR'D^ IN f'ROBATL No. 65403 A IN RE: BjM. CAROL ICE TO CREDITORS r ml VII Pi in hi S.ilil hi I... I. 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Ihi I '••'. Idailll w 111 III MM-ll 1\ )ou. i .1 .l.iof Ii.-. inli.r. I. p. l.i: \ rilRKMAN IT IHi' II i it P.: II'. >l'll. VXD i %  I'll! I 'll I I. I 1 S1 ". ^ ^ IN THI COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND I OR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. t549S-C IN RR: bi siKiiP. IIKKI MI:I;I:I.. IIKKIE SIUKI. KCKIE .-II:.; \i BKKIE ml MRS P. SIHKI.. riCE TO CREDITORS To All Oteil in: :in.i All Persona Haying ClalaSl 'i I M-in.iiids AuaiiiHt Said Kstnt, Vnu are I. ed to pr i'lalm* and dentandc which JXMI in.. %  'i'< rutate m~ P.i-Ti KII-: SI Ki :i-:i.. a k a IIKKIB %  IKiIKI.. IIKKI SII:I:K.I.. HI'IKIB acKI.. HKCKIK SIKOAI., I1KKIK aR<:i:i. ml MIIS. II. HIOEL. deveawed I i l>i'i County, Florida, to tli. 'iinly Jiulxis of I'ado < ..nnty, an ii, i;,. -am.in dupllrate and aa P' i.l.'.l In S..ti..n 7SS.K, Florida fltni 'ii..i. in their olflcea In tin(^^|n i '.nn tlioiisiI >a.l< t> FTorM i • 'I. n.lai montha finn I It.lime of the firnt pnldkvthMi In %  if, oi the MINI.' will %  barred. Oatad ai Mi.mi. Kiwi.la lliis nth .1 Tli vxiKli \\ SII:I:I:I. •AI:I. w. SII:I;I:I. A> i: n of tins ii.ili..on i.f January, i |PSTI:IN Kxi i-utora %  load ill. I'l I i B-l %  M LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATL No. 65550-C IN HH I: M M. i ;;\ ';. 'i .\\ IN I i, NOTICE TO CREDITORS V \ %  -.,.|| n .: i I 1 .-a ui You ..... In .1 .1. I the • %  f M VKTKN •' de' ... I to the Ci i i • : and i. • ...i i .-1 %  i. i ; :.. I ;• Statuti I' nn I>adi %  mt>, Hoi roil .• • %  h<-re.a. or thi rtlll I. Ii I >ated ut .Miami I rldn • th da> • iry, \ I • ; VN \ :TTI' I: HI IHWIN v ~ Vdniinl tralrix I %  '. %  • pill i-atloi %  • %  nn III, vth dn i of January, l J*J> \ i \> nisi. il. ne> fi -r A I ri X N t AM Miami. PI I -J-* l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND I FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14241 ST VXI.KV IIKKOKII. I' alnl Iff. SIS' \ si'KI' I'. 'TH l'\R. INC iratloii %  .. I I l '. f. nil.. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO Jl'l.ll • Mi iNimi.l.n I!.nn.. Italj l'i i VRTIII'K II KI.KVKN l,j nn, Mo 'i !. ;-• iiVI.I VRK IIKHBHV N. .ill n:i. that .. ..|ll|.| i llil I., fi •:-. %  IOHI II i llll it. 1 innituau.. on the foUoalna .u>.iil..,i p. isual jn operl y, i• Val'lollall.l Sinn!' > llla.li II. I \ alnl 'iiiij'in. ni as f.i]|\ dem-ribed in that r. rtnin Chatti'l Mt taiiK< dnted s. |.i. nil., i ll. IMS, and i. r.i. .1 n i mi. i l I:.-, in .1I look : II %  •. ..i I ..-. 181 .a the Public It. nrd> id l> Ii 'nunl I'l. .ii.l.i ii..~ IH i. tilt-i ujcuinal -on ami you ace i ...|tiir. ••! v %  ; aii-u.i or other plendliui lo iiil comi>l.. nt upon ih. I"... n 11' i attorn, j n, Tallanoff, Waller A. I.ltinau, VM I -in ,"ln P.. a.I. Mi..it,i P.... li. Klorlda, and fi!,...in .ii or other pleadlnii in the office id Ihi Cleric ,.i the I ii. nil i % %  ii i In ami f i I 'a.!.I'oiinn i'l.ii.ila. ..ii 't ii. t.ii.. in.l"ili .la> .it l-'.-lilil.. I > I'.tl".. Ii \.-n fall to i dn mi, .1,1,1,4111. ni Ii) .;. I.I ilt v. ,11 be taken attain*! you for the relief dein..mil.I in tin* compla lit. Iin. uotli Khali be |>uhllhed a week i',i rui ill i"ti> ". a'eeka I in Tin Jewish i".. i i.i I.I n. Miami, Florida. IKI.NK ..ml IIRPKUBII ni Miami. Florida, till* lib da) ..f January, 1965. i: p. I.I: VTHKKMAN, CII rk Circuit I'.niii. I i.i.i. County, Florida i.-. all 11} : I.. S.VKKUKN I teputy Clerk Tallanoff, \\ all. t ... Litman Attorne) f"i i'lulntlfl 120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Kla By: Marie Lltinan i 8-15-J2-J9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65454-B IN RE: Batata of PAI I. D. BANFDRD, I... • axed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! ami All Pi'tsomllav:IIK I'laims or I'.niamlH Atainsl Bald Batate: Y..ii arc hereby notified and required to preaenl anj claims ami dei".iml which you may have ai;alm-t the eatata "f PAUL D. 8ANFOKD. .1 a-.il late of DADR County, PlotIda,, to the Couuty .ludt-'.-s of I'a.l. Count)", and file the name in duplicate uni aa providi .1 In M i l Ion •' I ,; Klorlda Htatutea, In their offlcea in the County Courthouae In Dade Countv, Florida, within -i\ oalefidar monthe from the lime of the rirt-i publication hereof, ..t the aame win be barred tinted Bl Miami. Florida, thli Bth .lav ..i Jai nary, A I • 1965 i'l. \l LI-: M H \K.\KS \> Vdmln -i i tor i i vfi>E M IIARXF:H \ in t, i Vdininlat i utur ilumi t Bid I i' .'_' 29, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL C RCUH %  AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14242 ST WI.KY P.KKiiKI! \ I j \N SIR >K. I'll., NOTICE Or PUflLICATION PI.|u Ml i.N I >FJLI.I p nn II %  n • AI. nn II H KI.I:\ I:N I. nn, '.. It* Vi ,H i i :l :i. i SOTH IKI Ihai a oil • n t he V'II i lotiii and Niindr> h iner; anil ., : i ... in i %  .. Chai ll % %  ii a,I., i _'|. I',,.', an I i'. • .. o| ihi Pit,!. Record* of I 'ado ,'. inly, F i lia> I" n 111. .1 .ma .11' \ "ll Ii %  %  ii cop; ir othei en "i ..... A .. A n i: i %  youi %  %  i -in i. anw • i "t hi pli idlllfl In till flci "t Ih. I "lei k of I lie, it cull • ni: n and i %  • %  I 'ade i 'ount) Iloi Ida, n r befi : %  If > oil rail I" do •. Judcmeni by default will be i.i.n.l.'i in il,. complaint Thl* notice shall la publl-hcil once a w • %  i. I'H ("in ill. -ii-' cut I Vl • • '•iii The J. w i-i: l'i. ii -nil. i II. M %  ml, Florida. I M i!t i: and i iRI 'KIIFU %  at Miu r, .1 ai... tins uh daj "i Januai <. % % %  %  % %  i: i: I.I:A TIH:I:MAN I I "lrcult ','uri. Dude > 'ounl i I i>.an i.. i. SNF:KDF:N 1 leputy 'lei i Tallanoff, Waller A.Litman Attorne) %  f..i Piaii'.uii i;,' I. II, o| i P,i ..I ..nil P.. a, ll. I i Hi : Merli Lit nan NOTICE UNDER FICTIT,OUS NAME LAW N' ITII'I: is III:I:I:I:Y HIVKN the uti'i. i-i_ro-'l, ilcsiriiiu to enitaa bualm HI under the 'i' tltlou> i I'.PIISS SHAW .v CiMPAN\ .. Ainale) llulldinir, Miami. Florida tend i" reslatei salil name i 'i. i k ..I l he 'ii cult i 'niiri "I I I '.Ullllv Kl.niila I;II.P.KI:T .: Iti >ss MAWVKI.I. II SHAW iRViNi: RI isi:\p.i. \r r NI: VL I.I:\ INK MAPS' I'AP.Kl: Vttoi in') f"i Applii ants 1012 Ain.-l.v P.IIIL. Miami, Fla. 1 %  liat in of 012 inih.• ol. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65616-C IX RE: Batate of JACOB sl'l'NIi III .-. ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I'.. All Creditor* ami All Person* HnvImi Claim* or liumanda Asalnal Said EMtM: v..u a i > %  Ii. I'eb) mil ilii-il R ml quired to |ire*enl an) claim* and demaii.ls which you may have a-uln.-I the estate ..r JACOB SPL'ND, deceased late of i'..i. County, Florida, to i he i 'ount) Juda-i ol I >adi > 'oui t). ami file the sain, in duplicate and is provided In Section ;:::;.in. Flo ins Statutes, in their offlcea in the County Courthouse In i'a.l.County, Florida, within Bix calendar month* ii.-iti ih. time of ih. nisi puhllcatlon hereof, r the same will be barred. Dated al Minn'. Florida, ihi2nd da'• of .laiiii.ii v. A.I>. 1965. Min.i.n: si'ixn DAVIDA I'l'NU LBXHl HI s zi:i.n.\ sri'Nn ciiANNixt; .\s BxecutliS hi; st publication of ibis notice on i he 2Jmi tin \ oi Januar) 1>\\ ll> P ATSMAX, KSO.C1RB Aii' -ii,.' for Bxi en' i\ PM j-:. Fiaa-li r st Miami, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65315 B IN RK Eetat. ..f '.in: BHRBXRFMCH, also known a* VBRAF1 \M I:III:I:M:I:I. II. I ..i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn loi mil All P. I son* 11 ina *" ni' i i iin.11.'is vigali • il Vi u i •,. .1 %  liy i ... i hav. ... \ i.. >h n a* Vb aha in Knreiw i % %  i %  mt) i ..da, i • ni) Judaii nf DB.1I %  ly. in ui I .is pi •. .!. i| In Sect loi Ii ... ...|i.t) i in I i i.i• i "in Iwlt hin si x %  %  A I %  KOi BICH trix C.T.A IV. il \ : ... NEI SON Vitorneya I Va ... Oounty, and file the aame n duplicate and as provided In Section rids Statutes, in thi ir "i : .in the Count) %  'ourthoi i mdi i "ounl >. Blot fi.i. w itiii II six i i-nitiir months from the time of the • iblicatlon hi • %  '. "i i he same ..'. ill i... bin %  Ban l at Miami, Florida, this I8lh ilav of Januai y, A.D 196.' :: \i • l.:: STFJINHAItOT u k a i-1:1 • I N STK1NHARDT .\s F'.xecutrlx ni -i publii ai i-ii "i i iis notice on • in 22nd du) ..I Januar). MYKRS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN Attorn .** for Executrix H w 1st sir. • %  Miami, Florida I 12-29, %  : :-\-: ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^Jen/sti fhrkUan solicits your legal notice*. VV appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service ai legal rates trial FR -1605 (or messenger service L.1EGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW Xi'TIi'K, IS HEREBY OIVFIN I bat the underslKned, desli nu i" • nuam I i iiiiMiisunder the flctit • %  •ni \ A IXTERXATIi iNAI. al Suite inl'i. Chamber "l Commerce Bulldina intend to register -ail name with ths i "Ii rk of the Circuit 'out i ol Ba i 'ount). I lorida, ISA-AC RI ll iPli.il'i:/. SAM I'.P.I iSr-M A v vriCTon i. I:\INI: Attorne) for Applii int* SIS InRruham Ulda 1 la-22-29. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW XOT1CK 19 HBRKBV (1IVEX that ll indei nianed, desl • to el hush iid.'i 1 SKVRICN INSCRAXCK AC.F:N'Y ..I Ni: h Street. Still ... iwith I '" i %  'ount i', i • \i s VToN \.-s. %  i \'i i: iN'i a F'b NOTICE U\DER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW v i ni i: is in::: S i i YIKINli APARTMBN ... Iliaili, 1 I %  cull I'oUl Bali i I %  dai v'lKiNi; RF:ALTY CIIMI'AN V SCHi iNKKLB .v FBLDMAN : I lid a Miami, I I IS I i %  i %  L". 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65557-A IN KK Eatate ol MIRIAM S BRILL l'..V.I-1'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ml Pel HuvIns Claims or Beiiuuide .Vxulnsl Said tSatate: You are h.-ri-h) notitiail and required lo present any claims and demand* which you ma) have asalnst the eatate of MIRIAM s OR I LI. ill ceased Ute of n.VPK County, Florida, NOTICE Ui'iOER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW XiyriCB IS HEREBY OIVEN that ih-. uni.' si'..'ii.'il. deairins to ensaaie In business undei the fictitious name of Vnl 'Nil LAXD KAMllnNS a I '•"•'.l j Hardlns Avenue, Surfslde, Florida inj ti nd* in rettlater sai.i name with the I Clerk of ih Circuit L'oui i oi I >ade Counl I. F*li 'a PIJK-PAT. INC B) PKi: TRPPER ;-. reaai > -Treasurer 1/22-29, 2 a-lIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64604-A I N I: I' i' %  \l VNI I'L W BIN BKRI !ER I'., NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII Cn nd All Per* n* Hal %  Ins i' I.,a Beimind* Aaaln*l Sa I \ ,,i. hei • I" i" • %  >' %  ,l and I %  • quired %  present an) claims and di ml* w in. li ymi -.uii-i i h. estati tVeinbericer deceased li li of i lade i' iunt). K'."i Ida, !.. the Count) .iini-. s of 1 lad, I 'ount) and file iin -nn. in duplicate and aa il, .1 in Set lion 7" : 16, Ploi Id • Statutes, In tin in i he entity Coin thouse in I 'an i F*Ioi Ida. within six calendar months from thi mm of the first publication hereof, or Hi. same will be barred. I 'ai.il at Miami. Florida, ihi1 Hh .l.iv .a January, A.D K ll W K1XBERGBR \I.'M-I utor I'i't publication of ihinotice un I the r.^ii d) "f Januar). 19 • %  HOWARD P IIIKSi'll \ %  %  riii-j '"' Executor |1 -.i' n.• l :!wl Miami, Kla 1 1 -%  -• -• LVl % %  -. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICF: IS HEREBY HIVEN that ih. in .i. •-IJH...I. dealrina lo pnaaue in business under the fictitious name of ATIIKVA at l""" K. 2Srd Street, Hlal. aii mt. mis I.. reKisti said name n Itli ih.I'I.I k of the > "lrcult Court ui Bade County, Florida JOHN S TuMASKI.I.l Bi luel, Albert, Weiss .•>• Lyon* Vttm n. % %  > for Applicant lli'.;' W, Flagler St.. Miami. I'll I |.".-22-29, '-' : in tinCounty Judse* of Dade O tv, ami fil.. the sain,' in dtipllcutl a.provided in Section 7.T'..i. KI.. Statutes, In their offlcea In the Ci ty Courthouae In Dade County, F' Ida, within ix calendar montha f the time of the first publication hi of. or the same will he h.iir.il Dated at Miami. Florida, this .lav ,.f January. A I>. 1068. SOPH IK III <>P. As Executrix First publication of this notice the iih .lav of January, I9( RICHARD NE1-->'N Atuirneya flrr Executrix 60S Lincoln Rmnd Miami Heath. Kla. 1 S-li-2! inn amI riila .iinlorrom i-r,'Oth NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICH IS HRRRBY OIVEN thai t hi indersinned, di siring i I,a in, -s under the flctltloui name of SHERWOOB COMPAN1 .i Bade County, Florida Intend* i" reulatir s lid n nn Ith ih. i 'I. t k "I thi ,ii i '..in t oi I lade SYLVAN \ I.II KIM' 1,22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 496 BOBBY OF2NE MOORE, Plaintiff. \*. ROSANNR MOORB. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i i RI ISANNE Mm RE ."AT East '".ai i Port lln. neme, i 'alifnrnla You. ROSANNE MiK>RK, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce hast been filed against you. and you are roiiulred to serve a copy of your Answer or> Pieadinc to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, s VINCENT PAII.. JR.. 1021 Sa'lh Street. Opa Looka, Florida ami file the oria-lnal Answer ..i PI. adlng in iinoffice of the Clel k of the Circuit Court on or before the I'L'ml day of FVbruaiy. 1^6.".. If you fail to ilo so, judemenl by default will he taken against you fur the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint Ti.is notice shall be published once each week for four i secutive weeks in THR .IKWISH PLORIDIAN. BONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thli 15th da) of January) A.D %  i: B LBATHERM VN, Cli rk, lit v an i. I ade i""iini) Plorida I seal) B) ; K M i.YMA.N I l| I'll! \ ("let k S VINCENT I'M L, IP h si .. 1 ..,'k.i. I la • Plaintiff 1/22-29, 2 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai the underaiajned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 7.KP i i.i: AN Kits & LAl'NDRY at T'T S.YI Seventh Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NKW FRENCH BENZOL CLEANERS A LAl'NDRY, IXC. Aronovitz, Bllver A Bchsr Attorneys for Applicant •:.'7 Aln(le) Bldg., Miami. Kla : 1-8-15-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55547 B IN RE: Estate of I.ui'is A. SAMUELS, I let eased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby Riven that I have flle.l a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Louie A. Samuels, deceased: and thai on the 22nd day of January, IMS, will apply to thi Honorable Ceunty Judgea of Bade County, Hostile, for approval of said Final R*port and for distribution an i final discharge a* Executrix of the estate of thi above-named decedent, Tins -iih .lay of December! 1961 Ri IS VLIND W SAMII:I.S BXI %  itrlx "i iinEstate of 1 .outs A Samuels, l %  ceased. VBFI siii.iNiii.il Attorney iv no I lullding • wo 5-13-21



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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January 22, 1965

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
"Ofewish Floridian
fo ihi'C 33 Number 4
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 22. 1965
Two Sections Prxe 20'
Dr. King Hits
Soviet Line
On the Jews
NEW YORK(JTA)Dr. Martin
LAithcr King Jr Negro clt il rights
adcr, and the recipient ol the
itcsl Nobel Prize for Peace, call-
l(i nn the So\ iet Government to
fti,l all i iminatory measures
i the Jew. h c immunity in
(hat i u intrj
Ii ti p blished Saturdaj in
\. v. York Times, in which the
tegro lea ler endorsed an appeal
igainsl Sm iel anti-Jewish discrim
Ination I > prominent Americans
published last ek, Dr King said
that he was "profoundly shocked"
> the treatment of the Jewish
eople in the Soviet Union.
l should like to add my voice
id the list of distinguished Amer
leans ol all faiths who have called
the injustices perpetrated against
Die .it ish community in the So
iii-t Union t<> the attention of the
I'orld." In1 declared.
Denouncing the anti-Jewish lone
If th' economic trials in the
jJSSR. Dr King also urged the re-
jumption nt the tree functioning
ii synagogues, the end of interfer
|nee in the performance of Jewish
icred rites, and the restoration of
liglous and cultural freedom "i
ie Jewish community.
in the name of humanity, l
(rue the Soviet Government to
id all discriminatory measures
bains! it Jewish community. 1
rill not remain silent in the face
injustice," Dr King declared
The protest in the Times was
r V' Appeal ol Conscience."
iid quoted P.....dent Johnson in
declaration made on Oct 28.
U.S. Urges Action to Fight
Discrimination in Religion
fifOMNS AZRArA
no jusiiticnticn
SMUGGLED H
Camera Tells
Tale of Horror
By Special Report
How a camera was smuggled
into the gas chamber at Auschwitz
in take photographs that are sen
ing today ..- key p cces ol evidenei
in the trial of 20 Nazi war crimin-
i .it Frankfurt was revealed for
the first tune in an article i ppear
ing in "Congress Bi-Weckly." pub
lished by the American Jewish
Congress
The man who suggested that a
camera be found to i'1". it< graph th
exterminatio i sci ne w.i- Josei
inkieu icz, thi :i an Wtsi hwit?
prisoner and underground leader.
now Prime Minister ol Poland, The
man who took the photos, from a
hole in the rool ol the gas cham-
ber itself, was David Szmulews ;i,
Continued on Page 8-A
GENEVA (JTA) The American
draft ol i text ol an international
(* \ ention guai anteeing i eligio -
t eedom w as pi esented this w e< k
tn thi United Nations Subcommis
vi n en i he Pre> enl Ion ol Discrim
ination an i l'r iteetion ol \lii
ies i he presi ntation w a i made
by Morris B Abram, the A i
can member ol the subcommission
n.....ting here, and president ol
\'n. rica i Jew ish Committee
i luntries participating in tin
on vent i >n w< uld be expei ted n i
nly to ntee lull religioi
.: eedom to their citizens, but
.i combat discriminations related
religious beliel 'I he convention
ilso proposes that member states
et up "> impetent tribunals" ol
erurts which will provide "effec
\ e protei tion and remedies" for
those who suffer "acts o| discrim
.nation on the ground of religion
belief."
Mr. Abram,
Ask
without mention-
ing the Soviet Union by name,
said: "There is no possible justi-
fication for a State policy which
denies or simply makes unavail-
able religious books, dietory re-
quirements or the right to or-
ganize religious bod'?s and com-
r-unicate with those of like be-
lief, domestically and abroad."
In short, this c nu^nti m is in
ii) tu -tiike at i t erj single re-
11 sion hi the i ight to i elii \
t have no bel ly, in all the
[oi n thai i ons< ei e di inands
n long as the righl to freedom ol
it'll r. and jusl demands ol mor
; iblic irder and general wel-
in democratic societ) are re-
-; ted. Such rel ious freedom
d..... not weaken the labric of a
St i in the contn rj. it strength
te in the social order
Israel strongly denounced the
oviet Union for denying to Jews
Continued on Page 6-A
For
Congress
mmigration Change
PRESIDENT IGNORES NASSER PACE 13-A
TRIBUTE TO DR. LEHRMAN
CJAppeal Opens Drive
With $250,000 in Gifts
lewish people are
In the m I hey are esc
i i put 15 to hope and dig
hity in the State i rael'"
So sa d Dr lr< n\ : Lehi man to
large i11'ei inn ol the Campi
Cabinet ol the 1965 Combined Jew
sh \ppeal meeting Mondaj night
ii the Diplomat Country Club.
Dr. Lehrman, chairman of the
'65 CJA drive, was welcomed
back at a reception and dinner
following his latest trip to Israel
with Mrs. Lehrman.
He had been invited by the Is-
rael Government and Moshe Shar
rtt. chairman of the Jewish Agen
cy. to witness for himself the Litest
progress being made there
"We visited immigrant camps
ind homes.*' Dr. Lehrman told the
ludience. which responded warmly
to his address bj setting the pace
|for increased giving and pledging
aver S250.000 to initiate the \'Mir>
CJA campaign
Us i at th" reception was Joseph
"UcYeihoif. honorary chairman ol
he national lulled Jewish Appeal
"One of cur most thrilling ex-
periences," Dr. Lehrman re-
ported, "was witnessing the ar-
rival of an immigrant piano in
Lyc'c'a from Iran. But it was no
less exciting to view the pro-
gress made in Malben institu-
tions, ORT schools, synagogues,
and the general school system.
The progress made is simply
miraculous."
Dr. Lehrman, who was also
chairman of the successful 1964
CJA drive, last visited Israel some
two years ago on two separate oc-
casions: to dedicate the .lewish Na-
tional Fund-established Me Ami
and subsequently the Dan Carmel
Hotel in Haifa.
"As an example ol the pro
Kress." according to the Temple
Emanu-El spiritual leader. "Ash-
oi el sprang out at us from the sea
that is how much had been done
Mine our last visit on what will
; ecome one oi Israel's largest
deep-water ports.'
But no matter how much Israel
build-, more is needed to meet
Continued on Page 9-A
WASHINGTON JTA) Pn ii
lent Johnson has sent t. Congr --
a message asking tor "long over-
due" priori!) action to amend I'ni
((I states immigration laws, lie
submitted w ith it a bill to reform
the Immigration and Nationality
\cl to eliminate the national I
gins quota system and correct
other i efcel -
The President ci ndemned the
quota > stem as
iih tr basic Amei iean tradi
lion" which was "to ask not win re
a person came 11<>tu but w
his personal qual ities 11 said
that the procedures implied that
men and w< men from some <
tries were, iu-t because ol where
thej i anie 11mil. more desil
! it /it,.- than others."
an-
: ould be able to obtt it
m without waiting I i
ta i
,\s in pn in m n re
Conrmucd on Page 7-A
Groups
Study
For Parochial
NEW YORK(JTA)Major Jew-
ish organizations winch are oppos
ed to Federal aid to religious
schools studied this week the e\
panded aid-to-education program
proposed to Congress bj President
Johnson. Among other things, the
Presidents program provides lor
some form Ol aid to parochial and
private schools, and endorses
"shared time" practices in schools
to which Jewish groups and others
interested in the principle ol
church-state separation, are op-
posed
The attitude of the Jewish or an
izations affiliated with the Nation
al Community Relations Advisory
LBJ's
Schoo
Plan
Aid
The President proposed a tech-
nique of preferential admissiors
based on advantages to the na-
tion of the skills of the immi-
grant, "and the existence of a
close family relationship be-
tween the immigrant and people
who are already ciiiiei-.s or per-
mantnt residenis of the United
States."
I.i -i prel i ould he
osi skills i r attain
kvoul i be "<
nns to this ntry l
prele ould fat or i lose 11 la
Parents ol Vn erican citi
WWAl ATTEMPTS MADE
Arab Soldiers
Fail to Harm
Water Carrier
i ::i. VVIV J 1 A Ai Israel
Vrmy scloscd this
i, thai Arab commandos have
i ral unsuccessful
mpl i sabota ;e Israel's Na-
Watei project and
hat al asi one i the comman-
los w;. c apt un d bj Israel secu-
:it_\ forces and is being held for
ii v est ...'.on.
The spokesman said that sev-
eral attempts were made last week
by a number ol commando groups
sent tu Israel on -a..!,... assign-
ments i>> ;i" Arah terrorist or-
ganization nami I "Fateh." appar-
ently dire ted b> Syrian authori
i es lie added that Israeli securit)
forces were taking continuous mea-
sures foil the activities ol the
commandos and that no damage
has been done
The spokesman made his state-
ment in connection with a "com-
munique" from the "Fateh"
headquarters which has a sec-
tion in Beirut named "Head-
quarters of the Palestinian Cres-
Continued on Page 15-A
Council which includes the
American Jewish Congress, the
Jewish Labor Committee, the Jew-
-h War Veterans and central hod
ies ol Jewish religious groups and
other organization will not be
made known before Fcb 7. when
the Ml! \c cxreumo committee
will meet on the subject
These organizations have pre-
viously gone on record as oppos-
ing Federal aid to parochial
schools, as well as the "shared
time" practices.
The National Education Associ
at ion. long a foremost opponent ol
Continued on Page 3 A
Myer Feldman
Quits Job At
White House
\V VSHINGTt IN J l'A Pi
Lyndon B Johnson made
known Saturdaj that
led the re ignation ol Myei
special counsel and
also pi. sonal ad\ isi r on Jewish
irs Mr Feldman's resignation
was revealed along with those ol
a number ol ther lop white House
aides held ov< r from the Kenned]
Administration,
President Johnson said he is
promoting Lee White, now associ-
ate special counsel, to the position
ol special counsel, to succeed
Feldman.
White has served since the Ken
nedj Administration, and is an an-
il, ritj on civil rights matters. He
is also Jewish, but there was no
immediate indication whether he
will be asked to assume Feldman s
additional function as personal ad
viser to the President on -lewish
matters
One oi Feldman's last official
appearances was before the na
tional inaugural conference ol the
1963 I'nited Jewish Appeal In
Washington last week, where he
firmed President Johnson -
i nmitment to Israel's defense.

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Friday. January 22. 1%;
Top Hotelmen Chair CJA Drive
The appointment lea ling Frankl and Dave Levins", two
Miami Beach h Irving hotelmen who have given out-
kel. of the V. and slan. ii. sci vice to the com it, .
Dave LevinsOO, of th \ nity, to her profession and to
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
w.ii hsaJ thi; important group
i ihe coming campaign," Blank
declared.
Frankcl i
- i mi Bi
sort n. lie has
een a worker in the
( imbined Jewish
.. ::. 11. n an officer ol
thi Exe< e Committee and vice
I -. Ihe I ireater Mi. m
Jewish 1 itn n
He :- mer vice president oi
the Jewi?b Home tor the Aged, a
leading local beneficiary agencj
rt the Federation. Frankel has
also served m the Budget Com-
mittee f Federation.
Levinson, owner oi the Algiers
Hotel and Tamarack Lodge, Ellen-
ville. NY has been a prominent
igure in philanthropic unrlertak
ngi in the hotel industry in both
ireas.
He served as Hotel Grou>
chairman for Combined Jewish
Appeal of Greater Miami in the
1959-oC campaign, and was a
Combined Jewish Appeal chair-
man in- upstate New York.
The two industry leaders pledged
their "full cooperation" to Blank
') In Ing Lehrman, 1965 CJA
;eneral chairman.
Hadassah Units
Hold Meetings
I R. Goodman and Business and
essional Gi ups ol Hada
met on Wed ) evei ing, Jan
20, at Cha* Fedei I S Arthui
, Mi I ranees Le n
revicwi Chil Iren "
1st held a lun< he
nd card party on Mondaj noon
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Dr. Arzt Will Install Beth Moshe Rabbi
19'

inning the installation of Rabbi Richard M. E. Marccvi'.z,
iritua! leader of Beth MnshP Congregation, are standing
It to riqht Merle Michaels, president of the congreaation;
a. Jav Rand, president of Sisterhood; Mis. Arthur Jack
bwn, chairman of the Installa'on Committee; and Harry
n, temporary chairman of the Men's Club. Seated is
Jbbi Marcovitz.
icussions on 'Religion Revisited'
To be Presented at Temple Judea Here
Dr Arzt. vice chancellor ot the
Jewish Theological Seminary, will
deliver the main address .it tne >11
stallation ol Rabbi Richard M i:
Marcovitz, .it ceremonies in Po-
piel Social Hall ol Ileth Moshe Con-
gregation on Saturday evening,
I.I. 6.
Dr. Arzt received his Master's de
gree from Columbia University in
1921, and his doctor of Hebrew
Literature degree from the Jewish
Theological Seminary in 1934
Alter some T-\ years in the active
rabbinate, Dr Arzt joined the
stall ol the Seminary in 1939, be-
coming n- vice chancellor in 1951
lie also serve* the Seminar) as its
Israel Goldstein Professor o| Prac
tical Theology.
Or. Arzt i- .me among -even
scholars presentlj engaged in
traslating the Hebrew Scriptures
into English for the Jewish Publi-
i. ti"n Societj ol America
Rabbi Marcovitz is a native of
Philadelphia. He received his
Bachelor's degree from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania major-
ing in sociology and religious
thought. He holds a Master's de-
gree in Hebrew literature from
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, where he was also or-
dainec1.
In addition, as a special pan oi
the installation weekend. Hal.hi
Mien Hntehik, executive director
i i the Southeastern Region ol Uni
ted Synagogue will deliver the ser
mon al services Fridaj evening.
Merle Michaels, president ol
Beth Moshe Conere?atinn, said
that 'the congregation i extremely
gratified that Dr Arzt has hor
iied our spiritual leader by being
present at this significant occa
sion."
Jewish Groups Study Johnson
Plan to Aid Parochial Schools
versitj of Miami. "The Philosophy
Hmple Judea, :il'(i Palermo Av<
Carte liable*, has scheduled a se- 0| Agnosticism"Feb. 21.
I eight weeklj lecture discus
under the general title of
Ri \ isited."
.. series will begin Sunday at
D a.m., and all are free to the
In
Hieduled this Sunday is Dr.
(i. Werner, associate pro
Itesgbi "i philosophy. Inivcrsin ol
fii. on U"h\ a Soul and a
latter?"
Jan. 31. Dr. Edward W.
Bi. associate professor oi phi
|hy at the I of M. and Dr
T. Tedeschi, assistant pro-
r ol psychology, will discuss
Religion a Necessary Predi
I to Morality and Ethics?"
her lectures scheduled in the
are as follows
I:win s Jacobs, psychia
and Dr. Murray Heiken,
a! psychologist, on -What, it
>ing. Does Religion Contriu
i.' Development ol a Weil
Irate Peru malit) ?" Feb. 7
James I. Anderson, psychia-
; neurologist, "Psychological
lTSt)]r Inherent in the Imp
tlJBl'l'"!' CliLdren \iiu:t "II
r of G I" Feb 11
I I' :: as !': wrung,
r .fi -so. ol ph I >ph> i "..
NH/sman is Speaker
Tulrik J Berns, newspaper
. n radio personal ty, \ .i i
re-- the spin i i Fni "i !"
|t Education on Thursday. l11
Washin {t >n Federal, 1234
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Dr Edith Watson Schipper, lec-
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Miami. "The Phllosoph) ol Athe-
ism"Feb. 28.
Dr. Gerrit Schipper, professor of
philosophy. l'niver*it' o' Mi"*1**!,
Nietzsche Looks at the God Con-
cept"Mar. 7.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spirit-
ual leader. Temple Jud- i. 'S' m
thesis and Reilections Ipon the
Foregoing"Mar. 21.
Continued from Pane 1-A
public assistance to private and
parochial schools, came out in sup-
port of the Johnson education pro
r ii". Robert K. McKay, chair-
nan ol the SEA Legislate e Coin
nit'." -aid thit -we do not inter-
pret this as being aid to parochial
an I in :\ ite schools." James L.
McCaskill, executive secretary of
the NEA, acknowledged, however
that the Johnson proposals for Fed
eral aid to parochial and private
schools for purchase of textbooks
and educational materials were
"troublesome.
Supporters ol the Johnson pro-
gram said that most of the pro-
posals for text book and library
purcha.-e- could represent direct
aid to these schools. If Congress
accents these proposals, it is ex-
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Volume 38
Number 4
19 Shevat 5725
Friday, January 22, 1965
Campai
CJA tampaign
Officially Under Way
The Combined Jewish Appeal
was launched Monday night with
upward of S250.000 in gifts at a Cam-
paign Cabinet meeting in the Diplo-
mat Country Club.
Addressing the meeting was Dr.
living Lehrman, chairman of the
1965 CJA. who has just returned
:. ci trip to Israel. (See Page 1-A.
Dr. Lehman's inspiring address
should be carried as a source of un-
swerving intent to every division
end group of our Combined Jewish
eal, and from there to each in-
dividual resident in our community
that the '65 campaign will go well
ever the top of the announced goal.
Wha' Dr. Lehrman saw in Israel
and in the reception centers a! Na-
ples end Paris and reported in his
talk is a message of utmoit urgency:
the responsibility incumbent upon
us to meet the humanitarian and
welfare needs of Jews on the move
tiom areas of the world in which
they suffered priva'ion and perse-
cution.
Perhaps central to Dr. Lehrman's message
is that no matter how much Israel does today
to meet these needs, we mutt not consider our
responsibility lessened; for still, the influx of
Jews continues, and s'ill, the facilities to ac-
commodate and integrate them must be ex-
panded.
As the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal gets
under way, Greater Miami Jewry must bear
in mind that a vital job abroad remains to
be done a job in which all of us can share
by contributing to the campaign.
tions since the establishment of the State of
Israel in their refusal *o knuckle under to the
Arabs is a ca^e in point. It is only acceding
to the threats that makes the boycott effective
Otherwise, as the ADL survey suggests, the
Arab t'cince is an illusion and mere bluster.
Message is Loud and Clear
Morris Abram, pretiden' of the American
Jewish Committee, is one of this nation's truly
eloquent spokesmen. As the U.S. member of
the United Nations Subcommission on the Pre-
vention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, he has demonstrated his capability
again end again.
Last year, over the Soviet Union's most
urgent objections, he fought and won through
the point tha' Russian policy against the Jew-
ish community there must be seen in the light
of cultural genocide.
This year, Mr. Abram has done it again.
At c meeting of the subcommission in Geneva,
he attacked the Soviet Union before the world
"for a S'ate policy which denies or simply
makes unavailable religious books, dietary re-
quirements or the right to organize religious
bodies and communicate with those of like be-
lief, domestically and abroad."
Mr. Abrcm may not have mentioned Mos-
cow by name, but his charge was clear. There
.s no possible justiiication for such a policy,
he declared, and the intent of his eloquence
could not possibly be mistaken.
ADL's Refresher Report
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has issued a report which clarifies the nature
of the Arab economic boycott against Israel.
The most significant aspect of the ADL re-
port is that it lists seventy major American
firms currently operating in Israel despite the
threa' of economic reprisal against them by
Arab League nations.
Even more significant is that among these
are some fifteen top worldwide corporations.
In issuing the report, the Anti-Defamation
League performs the worthy service of refresh-
ing our memory tha* the Arabs are prone to
make threats even when they know there is
little if any hope of implementing them.
The experience of several European na-
Immigration Law Changes
By now it seems apparent that President
Johnson will be getting out of Congress what
Congress has denied other chief executives
both repeatedly and firmly.
The Civil Rights Act is a case in point.
Others are des'ined soon to join it. The Pres-
ident's request for chanqes in the infamous
McCarran-Walter limmigration Law points the
way toward rectifying one of the greatest
wrongs in our nation's democratic way of life.
McCarran-Walter passed over the veto of
Presiderv Truman, compounded the atrocities
of the national origins quota system of the
early 1920s.
Mr. Johnson's message to Congress was
specific in this regard: that a new immigration
system must be adopted unrelated to a man's
race, religion or creed.
Now, it seems that President Johnson may
finally get Congress to do something about it.
Now, finally, the U.S. may come to look upon
itself again as a haven of refuge for the weary
and the persecuted yearning to be free.
Aid to Parochial Schools
If President Johnson is successful in all
of his reguests from Conqress, he will also
achieve in the area of education what may not
be entirely reqarded as the best interests of the
people.
We refer here to his across-the-board Dlea
for aid to education, i n c lu d i n g parochial
schools.
This is certainly an area which bears more
careful study. Particularly for the Jewish com-
munity, which has been so vocal about the
separation of church and state principle in a
variety of religion and Bible-reading cases,
there should be a studied attitude toward the
President's view.
It is conceivable that federal aid to pa-
rochial schools may be as much a violation of
the separa'ion principle as the other cases.
To be consistent, it would seem advisable to
study Mr. Johnson's proposal more carefully
in all of its ramifications.
during the week
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Communist leadership *
an operati,,, ,1,
Americans to the danger on the left, and to bring him -h ""
revenue necessary to operate his radical right prom
Tulsa. Okla. It is one thing for a newspaper, radio or tell
offer a controversial figure a platform from which h- ."'"
his point of view |i;'-'
But Bill) James Hargis la far more than a control rsi.i n
lie maj be against Communism: this does not. howevet
make him politically wholesome One can hardly dem t,"
ol purpose in the anti-Communism of the late President K
who Hargis himself preaches was assassinated as a r i of a r
munlst plot, or in Lyndon Baines Johnson, and in s. ", ^
Dean Husk :"J,,
Yet Adoll Hitler's political rationale was also root ,
ol Bolshevism l mention this simplj to suggest that i
more in Billy James Hargis than his anti-Comn
to offer him a public forum
The sad thing is that neither Dr Ross BeUei d
ol Miami, nor Tom Fairlic, ol th< WCKT -t. : *
1 ..hum., evangelist or show him up for what m |
thi i ineptitu l< ma I. Hargis seem ,
11'' and ,h'' unctuo sness ; i i) roil,
nl him as a i the cloth
i e wot lion rithei Hargis
THt BlfilCN AND BtNlVOLtNT LOOK
gUT BILLY JAMES HARGIS is thi author Ol
Pro : Citadel ol ["reason
<"vci which Hargis envisioi s as m ol th.
Invis ert the nation, ami in wl
''ul1 about Dadi i untj In his eyes. our. c,
led thi Florida State Legislature I i abandon the v
i rnmental system .."
1 H...... ivil rights li islation means that "II ;
' : blue-eyed tierman .it youi placi
' -!" 'I" Hargis thi Inited Nations i- "th it I
HI in New York Citj And h Hargis has tin
ed hi- affiliation with anti-Semites, his association;
Ihemsi l\ ,-
Hargis current!) appears on some four-hundred radi
throughout the nation Dunn- the recent Presidential cani|
repeatedl) urged all Americanswhite ami Negro, Catholics
tants ami Jews- to unite in the ,.,us(. conservatism bchin
Goldwatei On Florida Forum last Sunday night, once mor<
inglj benign ami benevolent, he categoricallj denied any anti
affiliation lie has ipurned, he never hesitates to declare I
osophy oi men like the late Gerald I. K Smith
Bui Smiths long-time professional associate, Mrs Opal rann
White, passed through a securitj check m order to attend a Bril
James Hargis meeting in Washington, DC. m March l1"
Arnold i uistcr and Benjamin It Epstein report in their booh
ger on the Right." also present vsa> a representative of the Natl all
Party of New York. gutter-type anti-Semitic group."
S0M OF H'S UNSAVORY ASSOCIATIONS
WHEN HARGIS ORIGINALLY ,.,u the light and decided -
handedly to save th.' nation, he sou: lit nut the advice of th
Gerald H. Winrod. a propagandist notorious enough for hi-
Semitism m the 1930s and 1940s to he dubbed the -Jayhawk
Hargis went one step further He wrote articles and letters
'"- '" '"-'"' -""I Epstein, for Winrod's publication, "Defendci
a majoi anti-Semitic example of American hate literature
nth,:- Hargis assoiations have included the late Re\ l v.
!''''. formei p. stor of the Calvarj Tabernacle in Oklahoma I it
azme called Truth." which published am,
anti-Semites .,- Don Hell. <,, Detherage, ami I
Bob Shuler Sr. Furthermore in 1958 Hargis and Wei
for a sen,- of one-day crus...... in -i\ Texas cities
pnatelj the series was entitl. I rexas l*our lor Christian \
i.-ni
"American Mercurj a high quahtj magazine in th,' hc>
I I. Mencken, more recently became a monolithic anti-Sen
lication. whereupon Bill} James Hargis activel) promoti
ll'":-''': ":<..... with its publisher, ami offered specia
scnption rates for the "Mercury" and hi- own "Christian i
magazine In a wild spirit of excess Hargis described th< i
lai ami away the most courageous anil Buthentii
publication in Amen,;, todaj Published In Fearless
Americans, the Mercurj brings truth ami human inter,-' n
home each month '
WHAT JUSTIFICATION FOR THF PLATFORM?
QNE OF THE piomm-nt trustee- ,,f (he Hargis Christian I
. !' ill!! "f Tulsa, okla who also contributed to Gen Id I K
Smiths organization -Dan..,,- on the Right" flatl.
'ate. u Foster, ol Tulsa also a financial contributor i
Smith s outfit, was Hargis' business advisor l.t Gen (Ret P
A del \alle. n vice president f t|u. |aU. M,.rum K H:,,-, \
Economu i ouncil, himsell an anti Semite, was once listed a- .
w i oi Hargis' national advisory committee "
Indeed, Allen Zoll, who m the Di4(> s headed the anti-S
American Patriots, Inc., an organizaHon listed as subversive b) thi
Attornej General, was en the staff of the Billv James Hargis
Ration a- late as 1961. While WUlis Carlo, also present at th.
ical meeting called by Hargis In Washington in 1962. is an official ol
Liberty Lobbj
Miamians will recall Liberty Lobby, whose chairman for polic}
is anti-Semite ( urtis Dull. Appearing before a Senate Finance I
mittee hearing during the Kennedy Administration, Dall charged
the real center and heart of (the) international cabal
shows its hand: namely the political Zionist planners ." It was
this testimony that the Miami Junior Woman's Club wholehearted
endorsed until the clubs advisor. Mrs. Charles Magrill. moved K
nother area Ol endeavor here as a membership booster of the John
Birch Society.
One can go on and on. documenting the background of Billj
lames Ilauis. uhich emerges as something quite different from th,
man oi tie cloth"" imaue he projected on Florida Forum last Sun
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Paqe 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
ganizational Life Forgets Jewish Tradition
"OR, Th Jewish Floridian:
|t. ruling the Florida Anti-Dcfa-
Ion League Board meeting Sun-
listening to all the .speeches.
can only wonder how much
Itahness in still left intact in
organisation which, after all.
created as an outspoken Jew
lefense agency.
lie purpose ot this organization
eloquently expressed by its
which naturally should ih-
K standing up against any dis-
lination or persecution of Jews.
|ugh these principles should in-
jc protection for freedom of
people, since this is inex-
aoly interwoven with our own
gle against oppression and
crimination, it certainly is not
pected however, that Jewish is-
|s should be subordinated or en
ly neglected.
This is what happened at Sun-
n's meeting and luncheon of
ADL. Many speeches were
de about human rights, and
this connection with the
Struggle of the Negroes in their
ndeavors to be equal, but not
no wore* was brought info the
foreground regarding Jewish
Groundbreeking
For Beth Shirah
"l;.i\;i r. i;fin-: tii.m. building
^Kirman ol Temple Beth Shirah,
anrui.iiur- that the Temple will
hold .riiiiiidlireakiny ceremonies,
far t'le new I'ducatinn building on
Stare..:', i-vb it
,JTIi. new building which will con
tain 12 classrooms, a library and
a kstodian apartment, was design-
ed I'- at chiti-ct Si", mour Drexler
Ljl.iiii't Morris A Skop and Cantor
na i Sotl lieb ill officiate at
,1.11 ; caking cerem nies,
man> community and civic
pat tii ipal ing
th Kodesh Card Party
II proi eeds from the Beth Ko
. i and
|j on Wedni lay, 12 30
ored nj tlrs In
problems all over the world and
especially in Russia, where dis-
crimination against Jewry there
is prevalent.
It is a reflection oi the attitude
ot this Jewish organization in dis-
associating itself from Jewish-
nc.Ns. to serve, as it did, a non-
kosher meal. This is one of the
tendencies which shows the disre-
spect prevailing and the loss of
, identity with its own people's tra-
ditions.
Not to hear the cry of three-
! million Jews in Russia, nor even
to mention their situation, repre-
sents another moral bankruptcy
which needs urgent consideration
by responsible leadership.
An overhaul of these organiza
tions is long overdue whereby they
should be compelled to act in ac-
cordance with their avowed pur-
poses in the interest of their peo-
ple without hesitation and devia-
tion.
It is expected that the new
leadership of the Anti-Defamation
League will understand the order
of the day and. as Jews, stand up
openly, with all vigor and deter
mination. to represent Jewish en-
deavors and causes of paramount
interest, such as for example, a
continuous campaign for the liber,
ation of the Russian Jewry from
their suppressors by free emigra
tion to join their people in Israel.
HANOCH ZAHAVY
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In all the years I have lived in
Miami. I look to The Jewish Flor-
idian for news of Jewish interest.
During the past decade, we have
witnessed a continual growth of
the prestige of the Miami Jewish
community in national Jewish af-
fairs,
Unfortunately, the activities
seem to be limited to certain
fields only. Miami is in the front ;
lines with big donations to various
charities, the Zionist movement,
and other areas of giving. There
i> practically no reaction here to
the burning questions that have
aroused stormy debates in other,
Jewish communities throughout i
the world.
It was a surprise to find in The
Jewish Floridian of Dec 11 an
editorial concerning the extend-
ing of the statute ol limitations on ,
Nazi war criminals.
This question has been ol chief
interest to Jewish public opinion
everywhere. The Israel Knesseth
has adopted a resolution voting a '
unanimous vote ol protest. Na-
tional Jewish leaders like Dr.
Joachim PrilU and Dr Nahum
Goldmann have also protested
against the May abolition date.
Even though I don't approve ol
the ">tlk glOVC approach of your
editorial, still it is a comment on
this stormy question.
What disturbs me is that in this
big community that is so prom-
inent in other Jewish affairs, a
community boasting several dozen
rabbis and so many impressive
synagogues, with Jewish leaders
who are given banquets for their
accomplishments, there isn't a I
thai this problem bothers anyone
of them
Is this question <>i calling a halt
to the prosecution of foryjier Nazis
too controversial for oiukfrcal Jew-
ish leaders?
B. N. rfFNEWITZ
Miami
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Friday. Janucry 22, ]i
U.S. Urges Action Against Faith Discrimination
Continued from Page 1-A
f the L'SSR the constitutional
rights ol religious belief and prac
ice permitted other religious, na-
tional and ethnic groups in Russia
The attack was made by David
Miirni'T. the Israel Government-
oflicial ohscrvir In accordance
with subcotnnu^Mon rules, Dr
Marmor did not mention the Soviet
Union by name in speaking of the
'deplorable situation afiecting the
religious and cultural life 01 a large
Jewish community in a great na-
tion" The people of Israel, he
v.iid, 'have been profoundly di>
turned with the very limited oppor
unities for Judai.stic religious ob-
-c.'.ance and Jewish cultural ere
ativin and expression.'
He said that -pecificall.v
1 only 100 synagogues nn
out of a total of 430 in 1956. there
are no schools of an> kind to pre-
pare rabbi-, except for four stu
dent- in Mo-cow leading a pre-
carious existence, after 10 other
students had been prevented from
attending cla--e> because tbej
were refused permits to reside in
in the capital.
2 "The existing Jewish con^re
_atiun> cannot associate with each
itber, nor create a central or...;:
nation to cater for their reli^iou-
needs Nor are contacts with Jew
Gen. Sarnoff to be Honored by Seminary
At Special Convocation Here Feb. 25
Brrj Gen Da\ id Sarnoff, chair-
r an ol the board "I Radio Corp.'
on ol America, will be honored
li\ tin Jewish Theological Semi-
nar} of America when the
nary confer upon him its Herbert
H Lehman Medal at a special
vocation at Temple Emanu-EI in
Miami Beach on Thursday
25 il was announced this week b)
Dr Louis Finkelstein. chancellor
i t the Seminary
Vice president Hubert 11 Hum
phrey will also be honored by the
Seminar]
The exercises will be attended
l> more than 1.000 guest-, among
whom will be notable- in the fields
A feature of the program will be
the annual Samuel Frledland Lee
lure delivered by Dr. Salo W. Ba-
ron, professor emeritus ol Jewish
I istory, literature and institutions
on the Miller Foundation at Colum-
bia University.
The annual lecture series was
established in 1960 by Samuel
= nedland, Miami Beach busi-
nessman and philanthropist, as
2 means of furthering Jewish
"hought and ethics.
Accompanying the Lehman Med
al to Gen Sarnoff will be a cil
iao co-religionists abroad permit
ted
3. "Jewish believers are also
deprived of facilities to produce
the ritual objects necessary for
the practice of their faith. In
1942. there was a ban on mat-
10th. They could not be baked
publicly, while very few Jews
have facilities for baking them
at home. Prtytr books and other
books of religious content can-
not be published."
The draft ol the international
convention prepared by Aoram
provoked in advance the opposi-
tion of the representatives of the
Soviel Union and Poland The Pol-
ish representative, Wojiech Ket-
rzynski. told the session that he
will have a draft convention of his
own which he wants debated The
representatives or Gre it Britain
0l India also announced that
- t their own.
chairman of the Subcommis-
. years ol sen si< Hernan Santa i i iz, of Chile,
ice to nati n and civilization.' said that he w mid name a
lerstanding which .-.. group to pi all the
'-.eived the human meaning ol
technological science" and his ad
herence to the -ethical and n
truths by which men should live
Follow my the cons, "c ation Gen
-.il nofl -ill be a special guest
;> dinner in the Diplomat Hi '
where the Seminary will confer its
National C 0 m nui n i I y Service
Award upi n several Jewish com
munai leaders for "distini I
continuing service to the commu
nitv at large
its
Meanwhile, an ooci h took
pla< i I the S
vie! representative, Evgem \ Na-
sinovsky, on a related issue This
disp .! i nti red aboul .. proposal
made bj Abram that a study I e
lucted on equality m the
administration ol justice must in-
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governments hut also data -up
plied bj non governmental oruani
zation- The study is being con
ducted liv the Sudanese member
of the group, thiei Justice Abou
Kannat
Abram urged Justict Rannat
to include, specifically, a rejeent
report by the International Com-
mission of Jurists which accuses
the Soviet Union of persecuting
Russian Jews in connection with
trials for alleged "economic
crimes." Nasinovsky objected to
the Abram proposal with consid-
erable heat, stating that the re-
port by the International Com-
ission of Jurists "is a libel
against the Soviet Union." Pierre
Juveny, of France, supported
Abram s demand that the Inter-
national Commission's data be
included ir the Rannat report.
Th' Soviet i epresentative finally
said his Government was not op
posed to the participation ol non
governmei tal organizations, pro
vided such organizations wen
filiated with organizations in the
et Union Mr Abram ret"
that, while such an attitude
well ai I he v anted to know
about organizations that were not
allowed to have affiliates in the
-ov i.-t I nion. such as Jew ish or
izations
Such groups include the VM]
ish Congress. Agudath Nrael *
B rith. the Board o| i>epu|-*
British Jews. Ang ewiik-
nation. Alliance Israelite r,
selle. and others
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cli not onlv statements from the UN have affiliates in the L'SSR"
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Paqe 7-A
\hnson Asks Cong/ess for Immigration Changes
[Continued from Page 1-A
measures submitted to Con-
(he new bill would provide
re-year transition period. II
establish the general rule
[no country could be allocated
than ten percent ol the
number available in any one
other provisions of the bill would
permit the tiansfer of unused quo-
ta numbers lrom one country to
another; would give non-quota sta-
tus to parents Ol citizens and
lourth preference to parents of
resident aliens; would not require
a skilled, first preference pr< spec-
Ive immigrant to find an emploj
isons Will Honor Katzen
Dward M. Katzen, an executive
irton 'lire Company, will be
Dred at a past master's ban
sponsored by Hibiscus Ma-
Lcxlyc on Sunday. Jan. 24.
[m at the Deauville Hotel
will be cited for nis out
bdiilH services and leadership
(master of the Masonic group
Jng 1964." Some 500 members
juests are expected.
inner chairman Manny Lorber
lounced that a number ol out
3wn dignitaries are scheduled
[participate in the ceremonies
Insurance Commissioner Ed-
rd Larson will come from
Lllahassee, and other state offi
Is of the organization have
n invited. District Deputy
Illiam Dawson, of Hialeah,
Id his party will attend the ban-
et.
[atzen i> one of the youngest
Uiess executives in the south
tern United States to be ele
ed to the post of worshipful
Iter, the highest rank in Hibis-
Lodge,
has a Bachelor of Business
linistration degree from the
v. rsity ol Miami, ami was
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States: and would eliminate tech-
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said ha.nperc I effective use of
the existing fail share refugee
law.
Mr. Jchnson stressed in his
mes'.age that the total number
of immigrants would not be sub-
stantially changed. He said the
new bill authorized quota immi-
gration wcjd be increased "by
less than 7,000" from the pres-
ent level of 158,361 per year.
Hep Kmanucl t'ellcr. New York
Democrat, introduced a bill in the
House in line with President .lohn-
son's call lor revised immigration
laws. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, ol
New York, said he was preparing a
companion measure lor the Sen
ate.
Widespread endorsement ol the
President's proposals developed
trom many sources. Including min-
ority groups and a wide range <>f
Jewish organizations. The latter
Included the United Bias Service.
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council, the Workmen's
Circle, the American Jewish Con
gress and others.
Murray I Gurfein, United Hias
Si rvice president, endorsed Presi-
dent Johnson's proposals "whole
heartedly." He said the message
demonstrated that passage ol a
"liberalized immigration law is in
graduated from Miami Beach .Ion our national interest and is long
ior and Senior High Schools. In over due He said Americas
college, he was active in student strength rested on the contribu
politics and was an officer ol Pi
Lambda Phi Fraternity.
Katzen became associated with
Norton Tire Companj in 1954, and
rose rapidly within the organiza-
tion. At present, he holds the Office
ill vice president
tions "of people ol many races
and ori;j:ns" and that the present
law deprived the United States "of
the skills ot potential immigrants
who have much to offer "
James P. Rice, UHS executive
director, attended a briefing ses-
sion at thf State Department for
major voluntary immigration
agencies, called by Abba P. Sch-
wartz, administration of the Bu-
reau of Security and Consular
Affairs. Those attending were
told the Administration intended
to make every effort to bring
about enactment of the Presi-
dent's proposals
The National Communitj Rela-
tions Adviaorj Council, represent-
ing seven national Jewish organi-
zations and 74 Jewish councils,
called the President's proposals
"admirable'' ami said they should
be made law without delay. The
NCRAC said that the President
had stated the need for elimin-
ation ot tlie national origins quotas
which for so manj years have de-
faced our immigration policy and
mocked our national protestations
of equality ol treatment without
regard to race or nationality."
The coordinating agency com-
mended tin- President "most
heartily on Hie breadth and co-
gl my ol the recommendations
and backed the President's call foe
priority consideration by Congress,
The American Jewish Con-res;
called the proposals "far-seeing
and f.i. i ea< h'na "
HOWARD KATZEN
Lorber has appointed the fol-
lowing lodge leaders to head up
important Arrangements Com-
mittees: Sandy Hiidebrandt, tic-
kets; Henry Haky, program and
speaker; Ben Myckon, finance;
Bernard Rosenblatt, public rela-
tions and promotion.
Lorber announced that comic
Myron Cohen and vocalist Leslie
Uggams will headline the enter-
tainment lull following the ban-
quet.
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Friday. January 22. 19
Camera Tells Tale of Horror at Auschwitz Camp
Continued from Page 1-A
now personal securit) cbiel to the
Polish premier
The article was writ*en by S.
L. Shneideajman, who told how
he had learred of t*- story of
the camera from Erich Kulka,
of Prague, an Auschwitz surviv-
or himself, who tes'i'^ed at the
current trials in Frankfurt and
who is considered the leading
authority on th r.story of the
Nazi death center.
execul
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of 20 A
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Iday, January 22. 1965
+Jenif fkriafttt
Paqe 9-A
$250,000 Launches '65 CJAppeal
Three Ley participants in the Initial Gifts dinner of Combined
Jewish Appeal held at the Diplomat Country Club on Monday
|v,-ere (left tn riqht) 1965 Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, UJA Honorary National Chairman Joseph Meyerhoff.
and Joseph M. Lip'on. vice president of Federation, and past
CJA campaign chairman.
Continued from Page 1-A
the influx of Jews: more housing,
more schools, more facilities of
ever) kind, according to Dr. Lehr-
man.
During his stay, he had pri-
vate meetings with Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshlcol, President Zal-
man Shazar, and saw Dr. Moshe
Davis, on leave from the Jewish
Theological Seminary at the He-
brew University
"We arrived ;it an exciting
timi," he said, "the last session
in the World Jewish Congress in
Jerusalem, when the Prime Min-
ister walked out angrily following
an attack upen Mapai by the
llerut Party."
in addition t<> their tour ol UJA
installations in Israel, Dr. and
Mrs, Lehrman also visited the
eamps in Naples and Paris, "where
Jews from Morocco, Algeria and
other parts of the world assemble
in these reception centers
Declared Dr. Lehrman: The
people there repeatedly told us
iii.it we're not beggars. We'll pay
you back.' Their hope is Israel,
and through our 1965 CJA earn
paign, we can help them get
there
Some 75 Initial (lifts leaders
pledged substantial increases at
the campaign inaugural
Mryerhoff, who has just com-
pleted four years of service as
national general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, noted
that "UJA has saved millions of
lives since World War II and
transported 1,400,000 Jewish
persons to Israel and 500,000
others to Canada, South Amer-
ica, the United States and other
countries in the free world."
Federation President Sidney Lef-
COlUi praised the support given by
Initial (iilt.- attendees, and noted
that the community "is fortunatj
to have the services of Dr. Lehr.
man. who led the highly suu*-vi
1 tul drive in 1!)G4."'
He added: "The success of our
campaign, and we hope for a sec-
ond year in succession to over sub-
scribe our goal of S1.435j08U. is
ot vital Importance
Labor Groups To Assist CJA
[Highlighting the fir-t fund-raising mee'ing of the Residents
[Division was the Morton Towers CJA luncheon at which Dan-
jiel Neal Heller was guest speaker. Shown standing tieft to
right) are Co-Chairman Samuel Norkeen and Arthur S. Rosi-
Ichcin, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Seated are Co-Chairman Abe Solosko; 'oastmaster. Judge
[Meyer Cherkas; guest speaker. Daniel Neal Heller; and Co
[chairman Morris Minov.
Members and president of Far
! a d-Labor Zionist Organization in
the Greater Miami area met with
the Council presidents of Pioneer
Women and Poale Zion to plan an
all-day conference and luncheon
on behalf of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Announcement that the luncheon
and conference will take place at
the DiLido Hotel on Sunday. Mar.
7. was made by Joseph P. Zucker-
man. southern region representa-
tive ot the Parband
Full support to the program was
pledged by Zev Baumgold. na
tienal United Jewish Appeal Labor
Council director, and Arthur S.
KoMchan. executive director of the
Create:- Miami Jewish Federation
and Combined Jewish Appeal.
Members of the committee, in
addition to Zuckerman. are Dr.
Isaac Unterman, honorary chair-
man; Abraham Filisoff, Mrs. liar-
net Green, Dr Simon Wilensky
and Sender Wolson, vice chairmen;
Maurice Burstein, Moe Levine and
Solomon Parness, committee chair
men; William Beck with, financial
secretary; Harry Chaet, recording
the bank
at the head
of the mall
secretary; and Eli Malm, trcji-
urer
Active solicitation advisors are
Dr Norman Berk. Sam Berken-
blith. Reuben Borenstein, Israel
Finkel. Mayshie Friedberg, Mi -.
Miriam llalpern. Mrs. Eva Kahn,
Harrj Sacks [rving Sacks. Oscar
Shapiro and Mr- Fssie Wilensky.
Beach Girl Gets
Merit Award
Madeleine Kirschman. recently
honored by her fellow students as
"Miss School Spirit," has received
a merit award from the Dairy
Council Of South Florida
She is the daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Sidney Kirschman, 1370 Mo-
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School.
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Teacher Appreciation Day.
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Friday. January 22. 1965
Florida ADL to Negotiate With Social
Clubs That Discriminate Against Jews
Florida Resiorul Board of the
Arni-Deiamation League of B "nai
B'rith affirmed its determination
Suaday to enter int.. negotiations
v. ith top leaders of social clubs
throughout the state that practice
diseruniaation against Jt> in or-
der to put an end to such policies
Delegates at .1 morning session
al the Duponl Plaza Hotel, here
iron Tampa, si Petersburg.
Jacksonville. Orlando and Palm
Beaeh, heard Charles Goldstein,
new vice chairman >) the ADL
Executive Committee, and George
Calianoff, member ol the Board
U Trustees, in ;i report on Ihe
ati -t statement \ policj on 1 e
us discrimination adopted by
the ADL National Commission in
1963
The policy declares: "As part
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Pepper, St. Petersburg Times Receive
Annual Abess Human Relations Award
Several hundred persons gath
> red Sunday noun at the Dupont
Plaza Hole] to witness the tenth
annuaj presentation ol the Leon
ard L. A boss Human Relati tns
Award to Cong Clan le Pepper and
the St. Petersburg Tun.- The
paaseatation was part ol the Flor
uia Regional Board meeting ol the
Anti-Defamation League ol B nai
.Hi.
Thi- was the first tune in the
history of the award thai two re
rijuents were cited
Donald Baldwin, executive ed-
itor of the Times, represented
Nelson Pointer, publisher, in ac-
cepting the award, who declar-
ed: "We dor.'t expect most of our
readers to agree with us ewer>
day. But we want them to be
able to say that ojr opinions are
fair."
Baldwin said thai our receipt
ol the award shows ue'vi made a
lip in the righl direction." which
he characterized .1- "forceful ex-
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n "d.ii > Dec la 1 ing that "our
community wants a proper reflec-
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editor added that we musl also
lead .i< the watchdog ol local
eminent."
Baldwin cited Pinellas Count) as
an area ""where 62 percent ol the
people are registered to vote."
also pointing to the encouraging
percentage ui Dade County, As a
consequence, he said, "it is no ac-
cidenl that cities like SI Peters
burg and Miami, with their bold
and aggressive newspapers, have
been tree of racial violence."
Pepper, in hi acceptance talk.
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fore a persistent violator can be
brought before the courts.
In ad lition, Pepper praised Pres
ident Johnson's War on Povertj as
a -iTat step forward in the achieve
menl ol human equalit)
A surprise guesl at the Abes
\ard luncheon was the noted Ne
gro comedian, Dick Gregory, who
uamed that the current racial tin
rulence in Ihe l S "is nol a prob-
lem ol black against white, but
ri^ht against wrong." Declared
Gregorj "We have the finance
and the intelligence to solve the
problem. If -.'< don't solve it. it
will solve us
Beth Pepper and the st Petei -
burg Times received plaques, in
addition t a SI.000 grant by Leon
ard 1. Abess, patron ol the annual
av ard, t-> be used by a universit}
for research in the field ol hu
man relation-
should urge local non-sectarian
community groups not to meet
at social ckbs that discrimi-
nate on religious grounets." This
adds to an earlier 1962 state- I
ment, which declared "That this
educational program shall be de-
veloped not only with respect to
clubs that discriminate against
persons cf the Jewish faith, but
also against clubs that discrimi-
nate against persons of the
Christian faith."
In their report-. Goldstein and
ili..n it emphasized thai a num-
ber '1 social club- are stil! in ex
stence in Florida which continue
f bar Jews from membership and
hat even refuse to permit Jews
ler .i- guests oi members
The Florida Board adopted a
resolution granting permission to
Ihe Anti Defamation League to ne-
gotiate with the discriminator)
clubs
Al.-o discussed al the Sunday
morning session were aspects ol
the radical rinht and ihe radical
lefl Presenting reports were Jos-
eph Brechner, of Orlando, vice
chairman of Ihe Florida Board.
anil Paul Seiderman. chairman of
the Board of Trustee- and a mem
ber ol the ADL National Com mis-
-1 n
Adopted was a resolution calling
a polic) ol intensification on
Ihe part of the ADL to combat ex
tiemism on both end- ot the po-
litical spectrum. Emphasized was
Ihe mosl recent National Commis-
sion polic) "That ADL continue to
expose and educate against those
extremists and radical organiza-
tions which exert a divisive and
lemocratii impact on Ameri-
i .in society
Also at the morning session,
William L. Pallot was elected
new chairman of the Florida
Regional Board of AOL, suc-
ceeding Burnett Roth. Pallot is
president of the Inter National
Bank.
A member of the law firm of
Pallot. Silver. Pallot and Stern.
he ha- been a judge of Coral Ga-
ble- Municipal Court and is a past
chairman oi the City of Miami
Public Works Committee, past
cl irman of the Miami (ill Street
Parking Authority, former city at-
tonatg oi both North Miami and ot the Metropolitan Dade Count r
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Paqe 11-A
Israel Bond National Inaugural Here Feb. 19
The Israel Bond Organization
.mII inaugurate its campaign to
>cll a minimum of $100,000,000 in
Israel Bonds during 1060 a. an in
terqationa] inaugural conference
lo be held the weekend of Feb. 19
.it ilk' I'ontainebleau Hotel, it was
announced by Dr. Joseph J. Sch-
wartz, vice president of the Israel
Bond Organisation.
The [srael Bond conference, sla-
ted to briny together more than
2.000 prominent men and women
from the United States, Canada.
Western Europe, South America
,ind Israel, will be held here from
Friday, Feb 19, through Sunday.
Feb 21.
Dr. Schwartz alto announced
that Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria,
III., national campaign chaiiman
of Israel Bonds, will serve as
chairman of the inaugural con-
ference. In the preparations for
the Miami conference, Rothberg
will spearhead the initial sales
effort at the top level to estab-
lish the pace for an expanded
campaign program this year.
in accepting the conference
chairmanship, Rothberg said: This
conference will usher in Israel's
i'ear ol Industrial Development,
The S 100.000.000 we seek dining
I960 must help carry forward vital
programs ol industrialization, irri-
gation and settlement throughout
Israel, oi particular importance
are the plans (or the first stages
oi settlement of large areas ol the
Central Galilee wbicil are still lor
the niost part unpopulated."
Since it.- inception in 1951, Roth-
berg declared, an unprecedented
Dead Sea Scrolls
To be Discussed
At Beth David
Beth l>a\ id Congregati in an-
nounces tb.it Dr. Abraham Gold
berg ^ili speak on the "Dead Sea
Scrolls, Their Meaning and Sig-
nificance" at Beth David next
I uesday. 8 p.m.
Manuel I.ubel is chairman ol
Beth David's Adult Education
Committee. The lecture i open to
hi' public. A social hour will lol-
A W
Dr. Goldberg is visiting associ-
ate prolessor of Talmud in the Rab-
binical Department ol the Jewish
rheological Seminar} ol America.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr.
roldbarg attended the University
of Pittsburgh and received a BSS
degree from the College of the City
)1 New York. He did graduate wofk
.it Columbia University and was
irdained ai the Seminar) m 1941.
Dr. Goldberg served as spirit-
ual leader of Temple Emeth in
Chestnut Hill, Mass., and then
entered the United States Army,
.where he served for four years,
aart of the time in the South-
west Pacific. He completed his
studies for the PhD degree at
*he Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem and was appointed to the
university's Talmud faculty,
where he has been teaching for
nore than ten years.
lie w.i- granted a leave "i ii>
ence t" (each at the Jewish Theo
ogical Seminary for two years.
Dr. Goldberg was awarded the
tabbi Kook Prize by the munici-
pality oi Tel Amv. Israel, for his
.ritual edition of the book ol
Ohaloth." a section of the Mishna
le i- a regular contributor t many
ilebreu scholarly publications, in.
lining Tarbitz," "Kiryah Sefer."
and "L'Shonenu."
amount of investment capital has
been mob li/.ed for the expansion,
oi ever) facet of Israel's economy
A toial of S85.38u.350 in Israel
Bonds was sold in 1064 in the Uni-
ted States and other parts ol the
free world, exceeding last year's
S35.000.000 quota by S380.350.
The amount raised in the 1964
Israel Bond drive, Rothberg said,
"constituted a record for the
campaign, representing by far
the largest sum sold in any year
durmj the fourteen-year history
of Israel Bonds. It was an in-
crease of more than 23 percent
over 1963, when $69,172,050 in
Israel Bonds were sold," he no-
ted, "and it was the first time
sir.ee the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion was established that it had
attained an annual quota."
Pi inting out that this year's goal
01 $100,000,000 in Israel Bonds
sales will constitute a tmrd ol I>
rael's development budget, from
which allot ations will hi ma le for
key agricultural ami industi ial !<;"
iit> and other basic development
'I",, cts, the comerencc cha rman
listed the following major econom-
ic pr< .rani- which will r< quire
financing through the ai Bond
dn\e during 1965
Accelerated economic d< i I
opmenl ol the Negev, where the
new Israel Bond aided irrigation
cheme i> opening up a n< .. area
of agricultural settlemenl
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood was to
hold a luncheon and card parly
n the Social Hall. 6500 No Miami
Aw on Thursday starting at 11:30
m Hostesses were to be Mis
lose Schwartz, Mrs. Ida Rothman
..nd Mrs. Sadie Saul.
OR. ABRAHAM GOLDBERG
Youth to Fore
At Emanu-EI
Confirmation Departmenl a n d
both Ibi' Junior an.I Senior Chap
ters of the United Synagogue
Youth "i Temple Emanu-EI will
attend Sabbath services in the
main sanctuarj *-ith the adull
i ongrcgation on Saturday
Follov :ii-: sen the young
people v ill ad journ to the patio
lor an Oneg Shabbal luncheon to
welcome home Or .md Mrs In
ing Lehrman from their briel trip
to Israel cm beliall ol the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Held each month, the luncheon-
are part of the extended youth ac
tivities program "i the Temple
sponsored by the Youth Commis-
sion under the chairmanship of
Mr> Murrj Maisel
Youth ami l SY breakfast for
high school seniors will be held on
Sunday morning at lo a.m. Sen
ices will be held in l'riedland
Chapel, and breakfast will be
served in Sirkm Hall Rabbi Lehr-
man will -.peak about his trip.
Monthly assembly of the Con-'
firmation Department will be- con
ducted Sunday noon at the North
Branch Building, 77th St and Dick
ins Ave.
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Intensified exploitation of nat-
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potash and bromine ol the Dead i
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The construction <>i housing
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Rothberg indicated two major
highlights oi the conference around
which its activities will be focused:
1 The inaugural dinner on Sun
day evening. Feb. 21. which will
honor Sir Isaac Wolfson. i,l Great
Britain, prominent Industrialist
and philanthropist. The dinner will
also celebrate the 17lh anniver-
sary of the establishment of the
Slate ill Israel.
2. A luncheon on Friday, Feb.
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the campaign ol the National Wom-
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Friday, January 22, 196$
MA
ICJIOWS
S
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabl>i Isaac Ever.
KYiil.t> ". ir. and x p.m Sermon "Thi
* 'in-tan' Struggle Between Youth and
Aci -.,.;, .* t s. t
la Tank of Spread ng Hod'*
l.iu 111 ih. \\ Id Mini ha i l."i p in
-
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TiON <"85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
crvices
I ,-..,.-;.
J his LXJeehend
*
ANSME EWES. 2533 SW
Conservative.
19th Ave
CANDLILIGHJING TIME
19 She vert 5:37 p.m.
" it*
ill.- W.
of Mr
:, Bai Mlt ah Moyd, -"
\h itui i"ii i.i-i" rnian.
'in
BETH DAVID ?&?j SW 3rd Ave Con-
tervative. Cmtor W.lliam W. Lip-
on.
FYlilaj i' and :'. |.m. Strmon: Mlnch:i
"Prom Ml Tli> People* Sal
ii in Sermon "Ten Word*." Itai CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP Ml-
M tlvah I'harli -. son ol Mm Sara AMI. 1519 Washington Ave. Ortho-
Sili. rin.in and ili. lati rlydne; M dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.
MK.-riii.in
-LAGLER GRANADA SO NW Silt
BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Ortho- PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 10 nil in p.m UueM ivi.ii\ R:t3 p.m. rVrnrnn: "Holloas of
speaker, Munirlpul Court Judire Mil- Trees." Pom-liar MUtvah !. I'ohen
|..n l-: i. 111.. 11 Topli "Tlie Uichtei win officiate during service*. One*
Bide "f thi Lav Sal irdaj 10 :> ni Shnblial hosted l>> Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
I TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
arvatrve. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I--, ,i ...,.! p iii Sermon:
i!. Ten Commandments, Are The}
. i|il. i -in,.!., .j Tim Sal ii daj 8 IS
,iiii s. ii....... "Truth, Hi' Cornerstone
,.i Law and Justl. Hoi MlWvah:
Samuel Jacks, itrandson "f M: and
Mrs Jack Jacks, Mincha i:SU p.m.
----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert B.i.uiigard.
I j,i.i\ .' p in Si i-ii Tli.- .! w -
of iii.- So\ i L'nlon Whal Can Wi
I Hi i,. Help Tli. in'.'" Saturdaj ill',
a.m. Bai Mitivah: Billy, -" ol Mr.
.iii.l Mrs David Tobln.
s. rtnon I '.<* rnal > the l'ni-
\. sal I-i" Min.ii.i S l". p.in
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St.
Box. Rabbi Berei Wem.
Ortho-
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Vamches.

BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben am n Ben-Ari.
FYlda} <:IS p.m iluesi
1 ....;, lie
Binn an T, in, id's II in- in
In !:. ||i of N n M I Mr.
I .....-: ,
bat nid Mrs. II.
Jamh s' -, ii hi
Sermon \ s > i. > .ii,,_
I The Poi
A XeW C !,'

BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
"3630 W. Dcie Hwy Conservative.
Raoli R ch rd Marco, ti. Cantor
Seymoui H -krs.
I
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Mi.v.-nu n

BETH RAPHAEL 13* NW 3rd Ave.
Ortncdox. Ralph Kneger, secre-
tary.

BETH tpila- I rt Ave Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph t. R.ickovsky
----
ETH TORAH ie.4th St nncl NE 11th
a > Rabt Max Lip
Cantor Ben.Z in Kuschen-
I
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. RAPHA -ft St.
liter.
L
1
Hi. Cohen In honor of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Woolf, M Cohi n's pan nts,
who ar< marking wedding annlver-
sar> Saturdaj 9 m. Ilai Mltxvah
Jeffrey, -"ii ..f Mi. and Mrs. Isidore
Burak, Min.ii. '::'" p.m
----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Pi .1 i "- i". : in Saturdaj : .i in Min-
olta -' i' in
SRAELITE CtNTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu I si ii n S.uu
\;:/.. h K c, n
St.I 11T -II 1 I,, : -
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
r la) !i nd rairni
r...... ti i: -
Mltsvuli: Nil
Si ni m rh< Ji wish \\\
low .,1,1 I ': ,.-. -

JACOB C COHEN COVM UNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Wash Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
lid '
- S* n.i I." Sa I
. in s. rm>n M i v
Mil I i ''! ill

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1-H5 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
nd Jl : in S. iin..ii
I"., Ti i rn I it II n l.ivi
.
I ... i- :..,.- i'

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY- f
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Frldaj vr. p.m Sermon "Lovi and
Marrlaite." Saturdaj n a.m Bai
Mitivah Mark Harris, son of Mr. and
Mi s Mai in Cohen.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruct.onist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
l-'iii..y pin Sermon: "Does >'.! Re-
ward (he Hood and Punish ili<- Wick-J
ed?" Saturdaj |0:M a.m. Sermon '
"Law s ni Km.In- -
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
I :,\ *:i". p.m. Sermon: "Can n
K.ii.i.i l:. An Aili. ;-r.' Mr, and M
ttot-kwcll will hosl the One*
l" l", ,i in I :.ii
i Mr -i u.l Mrs
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION YITRO
"And it came to pa.>s on the third day. when it wa> morn
ni"., that there were thunder', and lightnings a thick cloud
upon the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud
(Exed 1 YITRO Word reached Jethro, Moses father-in law. and ,,
priest Of Midian. of what God had done for the Israelite*: He
went to meet Moses in the desert. Jethro advised Musis i
appoint Judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole leadership
Moses should confine himself to the most difficult questions
In the third month, the children of Israel heard the Ten
Commandments at Mount Sinai: Cods voice declared: I am
the Lord thy Cod.
"Thou shalt have no other gods before Me
"Thou shall not make unto thee a graven Image.
'Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy Cod in vain
Remember the Sabbath day. to keep it holy
Honor thy father and thy mother
"Thou shalt not murder.
Thou shalt not commit adultery
Thou shalt not steal.
Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house wife .
nor any thing that is thy neighbor's." (Exod. 20:2-14
Thit recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIN". 1S44
w nhinqti'i Ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Str.issfeld.

SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th
St Const v.i ,- Rabbi Zevi Gieen-
wald.
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5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 6-1'.
Collins A.e Nan
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By RABBI BEREL WEIN
Beth Israel Congregation
QUESTION: As a new rabbi in our
community, what is your im-
pression of Miami?
Th.' adage th;it children should
t.i rabbis new to .1 commu-
nity Thus, as :i
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TASTE OF HEBREW
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presented by
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Editor: DR. SHI OMO KODFSH
We wan: to remember.
All our Hebrew.
-I..M i:h ihe firsl lesson.
F lease itol write in the notebook.
I'm beginning to speak Hebrew
You ask the teacher.
He wants to bu> a ticket.
We are going to l he Railroad
Station.
You are studying at (in) the
University.
They live on Her*l Street.
I'm looking for an apartment
You are eating in a restaurant.
She wants to go.
We are starting lo write (fern ).
You can read a Hebrew
book (Plural f)
They (fern 1 work during the day
and study in the evening.
Very good' Thank you!
Don't mention ii! See you soon!
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you (pi. f) ??? maM) note book rianj
they (pi. 1.) ir> ihey (pi. masc ) Dfl to read book books lh|J? TCP onco
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman.
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Reform Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE TlFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avt
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Bicoks......... ,, A,m.r|.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
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Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
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Ave Consei vative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm St.iuber.
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Not a Dream but Necessity
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.tcus have long attempted to
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thai positive, traditional, full) i
servant Jewish living was not
tr-nded lor the American sho
L'nfortunateb the grnl m
American Jews have been delui
into accepting t hi "fact."
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be seen and not heard applies as thus we are now on the brink
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Noted Rabbi Will Talk m Broward
41
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Rabbi Israel Goldman, spiritual S>nagogue ol America, ill
leader ol Chizuh Amuno ol Balti duce Rabbi Goldman to
more, will address :i gathering 01 ence representing eight coi
the United Syna- __m J__^_- uons in the North Dade ai
ard County art:i
The United Synagogue i \
ica is the organization rd
Conservative congregations 1
I nitod states and Canada n
ing over one million i"1
The Southeast Region ha>
in Miami under the dire* 1
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11 ;i 1. Hollywood,
on T li 11 rsd a j
night, Feb. -i
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will discuss rec babbi coidmas Bf!Cli 7,lOT\ Meet
ni ni- m the American Jewish
community a- refleccted through
ihe work ol the Conservative move
ment
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Rabbi Goldman is a past presi-
e'ent of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America, and a founder of tht
National Academy of Adult Jew-
ish Studies of the United Syria
gogue of America His appear- ., ,....., R(
ance here is part of a United
Synagogue Adult Education Cav-
alcade, during which Rabbi
Goldman will address five con-
gregations in the Southeast area.
B iai Z n will hold Its nis
ular meeting on Thursdaj J
Ji p 'ii ..1 Wa ihington F
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11 ihe b 1- ni -- s 1
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Seymour Mann, president ol the
- u York attornej Bnd
Hyman J File [el, formi 1
Bnal /.mn president, will :'
round table discussion on I
pl.-linieiiis ni the MU) World /'""


riday. January 22, 1965
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V
OW SPIRITUAL UADtRS
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald
Of Southwest Center
[Rabbi ZevJ 1 Greenwald is spir
ual leader of the Southwest Jew-
Center, Miami, which he serves
iw for the second year. He was
rn in Pressburg, Czechoslovakia.
ibbi Greenwald is a descendant
a long line of rabbis.
| Among them were Tosephos
lorn Tov," and "Maharam Shik."
was ordained at the Yeshivab
hacham Sopher in Pressburg.
;ilso attended the Rabbinical
kminars and the Goethe I'niver-
|t> in Frankfurt, Germany, as
HI as the Rabbinical Seminary
Yavneh and the University "t
irbonne In Paris. France Rabbi
b-eenwald is now ;i PhD candi-
lie at Dropsie College in Phila-
Mphia
[For the past twenty years, Rabbi
Ireenwald has served several ion
legations in Biddeford, Maine,
ewark, N J., and Philadelphia,
He belonged to the Rabbinical
i i Greater New ark and
Hoard of Rabbis of Greater Phila-
delphia. He is presently a board
member of the Zionist Organiza
tion in Coral Gables.
Rabbi Greenwald has contribu-
ted numerous scholarly articles to
various periodicals and newspa-
pers. In The Advocate of Boston,
Mass.. he contributed a weekly
column on Jewish literature for
several years For a number ol
\eais. Rabbi (Ireenwald also con-
ducted his own radio program and
went On lecture tour-.
Rabbi Greenwald is married to
the t- rmer Erna Steinlauf, New
York City. Rabbi and Mrs. Green
wald have one daughter, Penina.
twelve years of age. who is an
eighth grade student at the He-
brew Academy.
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To Nasser in Foreign Aid Request
RABBI ZEVI GREENWALD
B'nai Raphael
Updates School
"Recognizing the need for up-
dating and modernizing the He-
brew School division, we have met
the challenge by piloting the first
departmental system for afternoon
-. hi ols in this area.'" accordant
in Rabbi Harold Richter, sp ritual
leader ol B'nai Raphael Congrega
tion
'In encourage a steadfastness
in the aim for even bettei ed i< a
tion." according to Rabbi Rich-
lei "we have established a new
standard 01 minima! requirements,
where children becomint nine
years <>t age will enter into He
htew training "
Bert Levy, president of B'nai
hael, said that "the program
hi already been started and will
b full scale operation bj Septem
her. 1966."
Declared Rabbi Richter "We
recognize the tact that u the rem-
nant ot Judaism is to rise to full
bloom, the entire attitudes toward
Jewish education must become
positive and forthright."
WASHINGTON dent Johnson has submitted to
Congress the annual foreign aid
message. Il avoided all reference
t(. President Nasser, of Egypt, and
to the anti-American campaign car.
ricd on by Nasser in recent months.
The message came against a
lackground of growing demands
in both houses of Congress, and
from members of both parties) for
curtailment or severance ol Uni-
ted States aid to Egypt. The pro-
gram in the President's message
did not call for direct aid to Is-
rael, but it did include a request
for enactment of an investment
tax credit to encourage private in-
vestment in Israel and other de-
veloping nations.
Administration sources said
that very little technical aid
was being provided Egypt and
that surplus commodities were
not covered in the foreign aid
message. The State Department
has sought to portray Egypt in
a more favorable light recently.
United States plans for future
aid to Egypt, in the program be-
ing drawn up for fiscal 1966, are
classified. The Administration
said it was vital to United States
interests to maintain good rela-
tions with Egypt and that con-
tinued aid was the best channel
for that goal.
Commodit) shipments, valued al
more thas $100,000 000 a yeai are
now being sent to Egypt under an
agreement winch expires
It was Indicated that it is too
early to saj what United states
policy may be then but the Ad
ministration reportedly feels that
Egyptian attitudes are currently
changing in a favorable way.
Administration sources defend
v<\ continuation of about S2.000.000
for technical aid and training for
Egyptians under which Egyptian
BtUdentS are brought to this coun
try to gain a more friendly atti-
tude toward the United States
However, there have been com-
plaints that some of these students
have become unlawfully involved
in domestic American politics in
anti-Jewish and anti-Israel propa
ganda labors
The major portion of U.S. aid
to Egypt comes under Public Lave
180. surplus farm commodities leg-
islation.
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Friday. January 22.
1965
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Just How Jewish are Jewish Vocational Services in U.S.?
LJOW Jewish!
i- Jewish
oca | i o n a 11
Servici This:
luestion i-|
ii o w bei n g
b sked i n .i
ti u m b e r of,
i (i in ni u n -I
itii where lo- '
cal leaden are racing the issue
ol sectarianism ol tht Ji ish
onal Sen-ice 'I i
policies of the J Vocal
Services in al I I
ni the larger 11 mmunities varj
In Boston, the policy is non-sec
taria'n. excepl for job p
ment sen'ices lor par il< es and
foi business ven
litre* In Bnl alo a n
stud< thai approximate-
K 66 ol those si i
sei \ ice are Jew ish, but the \ o
S Di 'incut
does in i inqu i e about religion
\. h plica oi is ma ;
In Chicago, placerpenl sen
la s a i Iter
k hop is non sectarian;
vocational counseling services
i nded to n in Jew
ii a < ounselor s a\ ailaI and
i paid In Cii sei
offered primarily to
- c i the Jewish com
;.. placement sei t Ices at e
. ble lo all who seek them
i counst jng si i t
:. i aic a\ ailable to Jews oi ly;
menl services are open to
the > i mmunitj. but onlj ..
Ii i arc rved In Denv< r, non-
Jewish clients are accepted foi
.il lo e l i lit>
onl> from Ihc Depai tinenl ol
Vt i ai ional Rehabil ..t on ol
State ol Colora lo
In Detroit, ;> ment sei
v ii es arc counsi I
sei vici are re liictcd
the Jew i-. con ty; ork
saop sen id i inr strii led
in Kansas City, priorities arc
given to Jew sh clienl i >r \
cat.onal coui -
'ment; vocational rehabil
ital.''ii and special i : > < i
tan Ii l.os Ang 'les.
ty of servii i nded
to Jews; to the extent thai
Mini, services ai
tended to non Jew w (th s| i
i mi in Miami, shel
workshi p service is availal
a o sectar an basis a- loi
Ji in.h clients arc not denii
opportunity for such sen ii e
catiortal counseling is u\ a
onl) to Ji exi epl if non ,le -
are im i Ivi d in a F dei .
opt i.'i i by the a
In Milw aukee, all ser>
il le on .i non se, l
ba*is excepl refugee -
Copifo/ Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Newport News Takes the SS Shalom to Her Heart
THE historic Virginia seaports which once sent a
fleel ol frigates into actioi against the Arab; ol
ise proud \ rginiam resented
blackmail, blockades and I Its of the earlj 19th
centurj displayed same attitude toward thi Arab
oycott epair work on the Israeli lii
n i le Newport News Shipbuilding and Drj
red the threats ol the Arab boycott
ofiice in Beirut Virginia does not permit the v <
e '.i dictate whose ships to repair
It was discovered during the repair ol the Sha-
.it Newport News, \'a that Israeli relations
Virginia are excellenl It the South secedes
from the Union, this i- a factor worth considering
The Shalom sailed to Virginia to have her b u
mended following the unfortunate collision with a
Norwegian tanker last November. It was merely a
ii ol finding a shipyard on the Atlantic coast with
i ities available and able to do a last job. The
Shalom wanted to gel back into Caribbean cruise
service as on as possible No one anticipated that
Virgin could take the queen ol the Israeli Mei
chant Marine to their hearts and treat the Israeli
dew a her i -
The Israeli ambassador to Virginia unti i
tins month, was i'apt. Avner r'reudenberg, ol the
Shalom 'l; e ited such t that befori
it sailed, thousands ol Virginians non-Jews and
.lews swarmed aboard lo paj respects
Cap! Freudcnberg c fesse I that he was as im-
pressed with the shipyard work as the Virginians
were with his beautiful ship The 40-fool gash in the
Sha! .; as carefully) repaired by the same
craftsmen who built America's mightiest aircratl
Such enthusiasm marked the work that it was com
pleted ahead ol schedule
"I've been lo shipyards all over the world," said
Cspt. Freudenberg, "but never have I been to one
a> efficient as this
The Newport News-Norfolk-Pnrtsmotrth harbor
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Germans Must Remember What They Did
%AJE WHO have been reading
about the new understanding
o Nazi horrors gained through the
distribution and sale ol I
Never Saw Another Butterfly." the
book ol Jew ish i hildi 's
drawings and poems from Theresi
ladt ii ncentr iti n I an p maj
w ell ndet ing now whethei
Gem an i wrts after May 8
will ever ai olher

i he : Itii dew n tin impressions
oi Jewish boys and girls on their journey to death
lUtchc I i-tween 1942 and 194
p il waj to ted the world wt cai i
petit n ol this >t eless ad\ enture b)
unless we leach the world thai no post-
ovet enl lares to close oul its re-
it) in com ction with N.i/i war crimes
simpl) b) citing thi statute ol limitations.
I thi Ji -b Presidi nts Confereni e ol
i" West German
Foreign Minister Gerhard Schr eder that onl) in
December Ihe French Nat il Assembly approved
nimousl) taring that "crimes
ns1 li-mi. re del tied b) the United
Nati : ol F b 13 1946, and b) the char
I the Inl tioi nal, an nol subjeel to
a statute of their vi ry nat n \- a
I the r.\ Gi onventi >n, W'esl
Gei: nize this pnnciplt
es an inextrica-
bly woven into the postwar German fabric On
every side, the cutting edge ol Ihe crimes shrieks
its continued presence Look aboul German) toda)
I erhaps 25 I.....Jews or 30.000 at most -reside there
ii contrast to the hall million still in German) a
year alter Hitler rose to power The majorit) ol thi
pitiable ren on public welfare and unable
to -Mil back .. ons the) ma) have held before
Hitler bathed the Reich in the poison ol anti
> ism
Yet, b) con! learn nearh t er; n
p 19 als and of lormi Gi lap i
iuniI earii pi ofessors and in promi-
positioi brisk i
i ;.'. i? .
Just last thi West German I
\rm bailed Col Gen Werer von Fritsch <>n the
iversary Did the lormer comman-
der m chiel ol Hitler- Wehrmachl need lo l e
I model for .'liner- ol the modern West German
Arm) This German lead d in
hi- memoirs thai he had concluded after World War
l that German) to bei me powerful again, bad
three i entl (ties to winone against the w
ing i iass, one at ainst th I th lie chun h, an I the
inst the J< ws i: he i- offit iall) h ired in
ti ii what hop,. is there t >r the
timal ptioi oral reform ol
how pervi i their World
War II lean.
eking their crimes againsl their ft
h.w national-'
UV listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Johnson's Stand in UN Seen as Warning tc Wcrld
Unite
|kl Ear the conclusj n of the I
'" affaii section ol h n i enl SI it* ol
the l nion message, Pres lenl lo
told the American people and the real
of the world Finally, we renew OUT
commitment to the continued growth
and effectiveness of the Uited Nations
The frustrations of the United Nations
are a product of the world we live in.
not of th> institution which give- them
voice. It is far better to throw these differences open to
the assembly ol nations than permit them to tester in
silent manner "
Thus, the President was giving notice of adherence
to a principle important to the entire world The notice
could be read as having been addressed equally to the
Soviet Union and to those forces of dissention who would,
like Indonesia triggered by Red China, attempt to lorm
an orgamzatii l thi I \ The principle could be
applied as well to the divisive Arab am
dismember and. it possible, liquidate Isra I rhe hnsi n
thesis states clearly) that the U.S.A will nol let anyone
rip the UN apartRussians or Chinese, Irabs or indo
nesians
The message was noted here with great interest
what l- more Important, is a statement of American
determination to -tick with the I V tin h thick and
thin. The fiscal crisis at the United Nation- .-a, still tying
the General As-emlm into a knot a- the President spoke
Russia had not yet moved toward paying up us 2,600.000
arrearage But the ISA was not pushing the issue in
such a manner that could force the I >SI{ to lose its voting
privilege in me Assembly, Mr Johnson wai -aying to the
Kremlin, in eti.ct We won't force you out of the ON, but
the move i- tit. to you By implication, he was saying the
same thing to other members, large or small. And thai
category included the Arabs, as well.
i ,i : k i- the base i I thi I Itiai in Fieei
oi thi \ i i ::.i' al i Here, the indei
ma n..' j m e j thi H
v ar, mug led "ille [rants" through I
Riiti-h blockade and foughl for ii lependence Ii
was never envisaged, however, that the tidi
Vir ''... seacoast, steep i histor) and tradil
n d so much pro i- h sentiment
i iv'lian Fhipyard personnel, naval officers
ties ordinary residents -all joined in
an I assisting the Shalom A display
Soul n Jewish hospilalit) amazed Ihe crew I
et port ol the world had Israeli seamen found
lendship and kindness The relative.>
Jewish families opened Iheir homes and heart- i
the hundreds ol Israelis II was a combination ol
Ihe besl ieatures ol Southern h spitallty
Ji ish hospitality
Ihe Israelis were taken on tour- <' the Ym k
town battlefield, where Geor vv-.,i.i,,,, final victory over the British; Colonial Williamsburg
where Patrick Henry uttered words of defiance
quite similar to expressions later voiced b\ the
Jews of Palestine; and to the Naval Museum, which
displayed relics of the victor) over the Arab pirates
f Tr poll,
\ seafar'ng people who fouffhl the British, the
\rah-. and even the Yankees, told Israels Seafarers
that they could count on Virginia's friendship. The
Shalom i- again a) sea Her sailors and the nation
resents arc pleased i know that -lie now has
t" .i hmne port--- Haifa, Israel, and New|
New-. \ ..
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
A Sin from the Past
* B Keii M
'*. > jr. ^ i sm i i hich I have to I
n I Rel I
-^^ to use am en intic tool, was i
il the j i rp ol students
thi
I 'sk. h.in.'-i Yeshn *as ho
'Hie oci'iipaiil lecterns wci
adop- thi young men nho bad c me turn famed '
voth ol Europe, man) of them "n him," ordait
e of the established scholars who now hold
ns oi eminent i n almost all facet ende
Tv ot th< four w Indi Henry St a I
in thi se ai cii nl da) an ar.s'i treet. 1 he '
fact whose drabness was often punctun : j
I on ihe clothi l nes and occasionall) bj
mile from a win
liamc at ) ard end I was I earn the me
Ihe estine, but at the time I i Irresistal I)
to the i pi ii spat es at tl o ind to the sight
\ la) ee and l rhose diversions
I too lot i elsance I
i i i: || e ol sup
One da Reb Moshe wbi pered into m) red s
evil ti ng thai he bad su mj father to chi i
bis first-born son Neither tear nor oration
tould divert the usuall) tender and merciful Reb Moshe
from hi- punitive purpose He had heard. Reb Moshi '
my father, thai I was seen carrying a kerchiei
Sabbath Before the amazement wore off from my fal
eyes I countered with an argument | thought would I
him real delight, since it would reveal my knowledge "1
a vital controversy that was going on in Jewish reli
life and m> alignment with the < hassidic segment
Boldly, as if urged b) parental blessing, I told Reb
Moshe that we chassidim do only the permissible
that we are sustained by rabbinic authority to carry kei
chief and tallith on the Sabbath in New York City sinci
Ihe citj I- circumscribed b\ wiring, thus taking the me-
tropolis not oi the status of a public domain and trans
forming it into a private backyard. My erudition howevet
lid not impress Reb Moshe. bilter antagonist of my cha-
sidic clan, but he was willing to concede he had only hear
say evidence, which was not sufficient of course to brand
me with -0 serious a crime as desecrator of the Sabbath


Friday. January 22. 1965
mmt&l HtridHrir
Paqe ISA
Beach Taxpayers Cite Mitchell Wolfson
As 'Outstanding Citizen' of the Year
4 Arab Soldiers
Fail to Harm
Water Carrier
Continued from Pge 1-A
cent Forces." The communique
claimed credit for acts of sabo-
tage against the water carrier,
which taps the Jordan River
through Lake Tiberias in a proj-
ect fiercely opposed by Arabs.
Premier Levi Eshkol said in
Haifa ihi< week that Israel's indi-
rect use "i the Jordan River wa-
i( r- [i r irrigation of the Negev i>
Iik- blood in our veins, and we
shall act accordingly."
menting on the conference
i ihc :."> Aral) League states in
Cairo, to study diversion ol the
|i i lan River headquarters, he
lam that reports In,in that ion
trence must lie studied carefully.
lc emphasised that Israel's Na-
ional Watei Carrier "ill use only
much uater from the .Ionian as
it was allocated under the flan
di-.i-. ii ii]' l>> President Ki-enhow-
JHr'.s special envoy, the late Krie
^i hnston. nearly ten years ago.
I Ranking representatives of the
&3 Aral) states voted at the confer-
dknre in Cairo to take "a unified
tand" against all governments
p.idmu Israel. The resolution men-
tiomd West Germany specifically.
At the same time, it was reported
in London that Syria has launch-
ed large scale engineering proj-
ects for diversion 01 the waters ot
the Hanias and Hashbani Rivers,
both ol which feed the headwa
crs of the .Ionian River.
WARMS in Winter
COOLS in Summer
Mitchell Wolfson. president and
founder of Wo net< o Enterprises,
Inc was to be honored as Miami
Beach's "Outsta I I lizen by
the Miami Beat Ii I ax ei Vsso
ciat n this year
The award was t 1 e mi de at the
I4lh annual banquet the asso-
ciation at the Deauville Hotel on
Jan, 21, with cocktails at 8 30 p.m
and dinner at 7::!0 p.m.
In announcing the awird, Paul
L. Hexter, president of the as-
sociation, said that "Because
this year marks such a signifi-
cant anniversary in our city's
history, with the celebration of
Miami Beach's 50th birthday, we
are especially happy to honor a
man who has contributed so
much for so many years to our
community."
Wolfson. a native of Key West,
came to Miami in 1921 and found-
ed a theater chain which has
grown into a corporation operating
television stations, bottling com-
panies, vending machine firms and
the Miami Seaquanum. Wometco
this year is celebrating the 40th
anniversary ol its founding.
His Miami television station
U'l V .1 went on the air in v -i\r Florida its first television
hannel. His business interests
now extend Iroin Canada to the
Panama Canal Zone.
Wolfson is widely known through
iuI the state for his civic and
humanitarian endeavors !! -
elected three terms to the Miami
Beach Citj council, and was mayor
d Miami Beach in 1943 when he
resigned to enlist in the U.S. Ann;.
At war's end, lie was a lieutenant
colonel, and had been awarded the
I'.S. Bronze star, the French Croix
de Guerre and five battle stars
Currently, he serves on more
than a score of boards of a va-
riety of organizations, many of
them directly concerned with
the operation of government and
community welfare. He is chair-
man of the board of the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association, and a director of the
First National Bank of Miami,
American Bankers Life Assurance
Company, and Florida Georgia
Television Corporation of Jack-
sonville.
Wolfson has been the recipient
Dl many citations and honors In
1954, he received the "Good Sa-
maritan Award" of the Variety
Club ol Greater Miami In 1955, an
onorary D ctorate ol La De-
e was conferred on him by the
I niversit) of Miami. In 1957, he
was named an honorjrj life mem-
ber ol the Miami Junior Chamber
if Commerce for outstanding al-
ien hip, In 1962, he received a
silver medallion given by the \a
ional Conference of Christian:
and Jews for outstanding leader
ship in the cause ol brotherhood.
Wolfson lives at 5030 No. Bay
Rd., Miami Beach, anl in the sum-
mer at his estate. Milofran. in
\sheville. N. C.
New officers of the Miami Beach
Taxpayers' Association will be in-
-talled at the organization's annual
banquet. They are Henry K. Wolff.
president; Paul Seiderman, ex-
ecutive vice president; Ben Bat-
tle. Jr., David Fen ton, CoL Carl
R. Shaw and Myron II. Willison.
\ice presidents; Miss Sara Dee
Berkowitz, secretary; Paul M.
Varko Jr.. treasurer; and Paul L.
MMMHBI
Hexter and Parks Husk, trustees
The principal speaker at the ban
iue< was to be Dr. John Shelb;
Thomas, past president of the
Chrysler Institute ol Engineering
Bitter Levinson will be toastmas-
ter.
Sisterhood in Reading
Following vices Fi iday e\ -
nine, at Temple i ir (lorn, the Sit
tcrhood. under the direction of
Mrs, Ah in Levenson, president
and Mrs Emorj Green, Jew ish
family living chairman, will pre
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Miami, Florida, Friday, January 22, 1965
Section B
CJA Women Aim to Top Goal
Leon Kronish and Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the
^ined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, are shown at a
iq of the Ini''.al Gifts workers Committee, planning the
n's event, which will take place Feb. 15 at the Eden
lotel. Rabbi Kronish presented the needs of the 1965
Campaign ai guest speaker. Women attending the event
ided to his plea for a 19 percent increase in their sup-
It CIA.
Ilnitial Gifts workers of the
Women's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal met at the Imperial
House to plan the year's activity
and the Women's Initial Gifts Lun-
cheon.
Mrs Inez Krensky. women's
chairman, announced that the lun-
cheon will be titled "Fashionplate
"65." and is scheduled for Feb. 15
at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Chairmen Of the event, to winch
$100 and over women contributors
arc invited, will be Mrs. Jack Ab-
lin. Mrs. Stanley Prehling and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
"We've looked forward to our
Initial Gifts chairmen and com-
mittee working very closely with
our Miami Beach chairman. Mrs.
A I. Glickman, and our Miami
chairman, Mrs. Samuel Simonhotf.
in helping to launch a campaign
that will put our Women's Division
drive well ahead of the 10 percent
increase which we have pledged
as our share in the 1965 campaign."
Mrs. Krensky stated.
Habbi Leon Kronish presented
the needs Of the current CJA cam
paign to the Initial Gifts workers.
v ho responded to his plea for over-
subscribing the campaign goal of
Sl. 435.080
Mrs. Krensky announced the ap.
pointment of the following as chair-
men of Women's Division events:
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Keynoters
S52 Committee chairman, and Mrs
Trudj Hamerschlag, vice chair-
man; and Mrs. Jean C Lehman.
rleadliners S18 Committee chair-
man.
Also announced was the appoint
ment of Women's Division vice
chairmen for both Beach and Town.
They are Mrs. Larry Friedland,
Mrs. Larry Silverman and Mrs. Sol
Silverman, for the Beach; and Mrs
Milton Green, Mrs Gerald Soltz
and Mrs. Irving Wexler. for Town.
"The successful Apartment House
campaign will be expanded this
\ear under the chairmanship of
Mr- Frances Beckerman and Mrs
Jack Katzman," Mrs. Krensky
said
Two new programs which the
Women's Division will introduce
this year are the Speakers Bureau
under the chairmanship of Mrs
Ruth Johnson Berger. and the
Phone-a-Gift program, to he head
ed by Mrs Charles P Feinberg
and Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
Jack Katzman (left) and Mrs. Frances Beckerman, Apart-
House co-chairmen of the Women's Division, are shown
Icommittee meeting this week at the Crystal House. Chair-
man of the Apartmen' House program, which was so success-
fully launched in the previous campaign, pledged their sup-
port to the Combined Jewish Appeal and the participation of
many high-rise residents in the Initial Gifts luncheon of the
Fomen's Division on Feb. 15.
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
pink chiffon ball gown with
Baborately headed overblousc
make a perfect frame for
Jacob Rahinowitz' beautiful
i ban when she and her hu-
I both celebrate their 75th
ill.iy at the Eden Roc on Sun-
. Reception and dinner
g hosted by their children,
and Mrs. David J. Rabino-
, Mr and Mrs. Morris Ra-
kwitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gold-
pi. all of Miami, and Mr. and
Sol Zallca. Wilmington. Del
Joining the family circle. 15
kndchildrcn and four great-
Indchildren Plus relatives
close friends from Miami,
ladelphia. New York. Wil
^pigtoii. Detroit and Boston .
B. Rahinowitz is head of the
lily which founded and oper
fs the Miami Diamond Center
M The family have been real-
Ants of Greater Miami since
R, when they arrived from
liladelphia Since their ar
ifval. Mr. and Mrs. Rahinowitz
fcve played a role in civic and
philanthropic affairs of the com
unity He has been a sup
After and leader in the Jewish
federation for years, serving as
chairman of the Jewelers' Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
ical Also active in the Uni-
Vfed Fund of Dade County, he is
Sescntly serving as a director
Temple Emanu-EI Mrs
Hal-mow it/ is a life member ol
tmple Emanu-EI Sisterhood and
Swish Home for the Aged, and
[Guardian of Cedars of Lebanon
Dspital .
. I'.oth Mr. and Mrs. Rahinowitz
kve long supported the Jewish
Jmc for the Aged as their ma-
philanthropic interest.
*
Jack D. Cordon, president ot
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach,
accompanied by Mrs Gordon,
was invited by Vice President
Hubert Humphrey to attend the
inaugural ceremonies in Wash-
ington. D. C.i on Wednesday .
'I he Gordons were also to be
among honor guests at a special
party given by the Vice Presi-
dent tor campaign staff mem-
bers .
Cordon, a member of the Dade
County School Board, served dur-
ing the 1964 Presidential cam-
paign as a member of Mr. Hum-
phrey's personal staff.
* t
Local brother and sister team
invited to the ceremonies in
Washington are Paul B. and Phyl-
lis Steinberg. 5325 La Gorce Dr.
. Paul served as chairman of
the Speakers Bureau of the John-
son headquarters in the Miami
Beach. 4th District, and Phyllis
was active at the University of
Miami.
*
Paulette Marks, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks.
5201 SW 89th PL, also invited to
attend inaugural activities, left
for Washington with her mother
last week ... A junior at South-
west High, where she is on the
staff of "The Lancer." Paulette
received the coveted invitation
because of her activities as a
"Lyndonette" Other inaugu-
ral events at which they were
welcomed included a reception
for distinguished ladies, pre-
Presidential gala dinner, official
inaugural ceremony and parade
and the inaugural ball Cong.
Dante Fascell also arranged for
Paulette and her mother to sit
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Friday. January 22. 19k I
Birthday Party At Aged Home
When the Greater Miami Worn
'n'% Auxiliarj Jewish Home (or
tged holds its monthly birth
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Due in Review
Miami Beach Chapter >( Hidj.B
jn hu ached third tat 9
review oi the imdit^B
1:30 p m in the Algiers Hotel j
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righl '" shown are Mrs.
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Florida Conference of Mizrachi Women
To Feature Mrs. Simcha Rabinowitz
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of building a nation.
The Colorful Yemenites
One of Israel's most ( olorful group- are the
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Arabian Peninsula. 1 hey are skilled in gold,
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ly, January 22, 1965
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Paqe 3-B
Miami Couple to be Honored at Dinner
Of Tribute by Labor Zionist Groups
Lphen S. Wise Group of Hadassah celebrates, a reunion of
Bt and present presidents of the organization. Shown stand-
j (left to right) are Mesdames Lida Cohen, Rhea Gladwin,
frtrude Sternfeld. Hannah Lencer, Pearl Shapiro, Florence
th, and Rose Kopel. Seated is Mrs. Millie Mintus. Not ap-
ring is Mrs. Kitty Sakrais.
A Miami couple ;s well-known
in Israel as in this country for
their life-long service as builders
i the Jew i-li State will be honored
nationally at a dinner in the Fon-
air.ebleau Hotel on Wednesdaj
evening, Feb. l"
Mr and Mrs, Abram Fox have
been named recipients of Israel's
Award oi Honor and will receive
the award at a dinner to he held
under (he auspices of the Labor
Zionist Organizatin and Pioneer
Women in conjunction with the in-
hi national inaugural conference
.it the Israel Bond Organization.
Joining in honoring them will
be leaders from Israel. Europe,
and North and South America.
Mr. and Mr.. I'..:, have earned
distinction for their leadership on
l-ehalf of many organizations. Mr.
Fox is a lormer president of the
dealer Miami Histradut. He is a
Trustee of Israel and a member
Of the Israel Horn! Board of Gov-
ICong. to Mark Music Month
rs Joseph Albuquerque, presi
ol the Louise Wise Chapter,
frican Jewish Congress, an-
ices thai a special program in
lor nl Jewish Music Month will
place on Thursday, Jan 2X.
K .1 in., at a luncheon al the
Bte Carlo Hotel.
i ram vice president, Anna
White, has prepared a cantata,
iid the Jew Sings," which will
[narrated by Eva Blum, with
ih Barnett conducting
[embers ol the group are Mes-
les Anne White, Nata t'tal. All-
la Goldman, Charlotte Rosen
Jen Kunken. Sunny Levine,
lev Greene. Gertrude Mofjul
Florence Struhl. Accompanist
I the group i- Mrs. Rae Liskin.
leports on the various activities
kniciican Jewish Congress will
priven by the following chair-
Mrs Eva Blum. Commission
ELaw and Social Action; Mrs
ta I'tal, Commission on Commu-
rthicms Will
bstaM Officers
HDii>"i installation ol Pythian.-.
Ma-I Boa h Temple 43, is s'ated
for 1 h ir day evening Jan 28. at
American Legion Hall, 18th St
Alton ltd
Officers to be inst; lied bj Mrs
til Freed include Mc-danie- Rose
keen, most excellent chief: Fran-
White, excellent senior: Mil
red Rosenfield, excellent jim'or:
k-elyn Decky, manager; Helen
jushour. treasurer; Elsie Fish
Jan. recording secretary,
mty Interrelations: and
abeth Liebowitz, Comm
Jewish Affairs,
A special welcome wil
to the new member-.
lia Teichman, Bessie
me Reiffel, Clara Neim
Haut. A special candlelit
emony will be conducte
Sadye Raymer
In charae of roscrv
Mrs Joseph Albuquerqu
eph I Yanich, reyiona
Mrs. Khz
ission on
! be given
Mesdames
Kit. Jen
an. Lillian
jhting cei
,l by Mrs
ations are
e and Jo-
director
ernors.
Along with such revered person-
alities as the late Fleanor Roose-
velt, Mrs. Fox is a Woman of Val-
or, In addition to her outstanding
service on behall Ol State of Israel
Bonds, Mrs. F x is a leader in Ha-
lassah, Pioneer Women. Mizrachi
and has taken an active role on
behalf ol 'he Hebrew Acadenn as
well as other local and Israeli in-
Stitul:
Seven year- ago, Mr. and Mrs.
Fox acquired an apartment in
Bat Yam. a suburb of Tel Aviv.
where thej live six months of each
year In Israel, they have received
the recognition ol such leader- a-
David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sbarett,
and Y - en -itv a- founders ol Boys' Town
of Jerusalem and ol the Medii il
Clinic in Ezra Batzurun, near Ri-
shon Lezion.
Chairman of 'he :..:!;::: Zionist
and Pioneer Women dinner of
tribute will be Dr. Simon Wileii-
sky. Labor Zionist leader lion ir-
ary chairman will be Dr, Isaac
I nterman.
Working closely with them as
vice chairmen oi the dinner will
he three outstanding leaders of
the Labor Zionist movement in the
south. Mrs Milton Green, presi
dent of the Greater Miami Coun-
cil, Pioneer Women; Mayshie
Friedberg, Labor Zionist-Israel
Bond chairman; and Joseph P.
Zuckerman, president of the Leb-
edicker Branch of Farband.
Presidents of all Pioneer Worn
en's chapters and Labor Zionist
branch-.- have been appointed to
serve as coordinators lor the din-
ner Presidents named to serve
ire Mr-. Allied Lichthlau. Aviva
Chapter; Mrs. Dora Offenhenden,
and Mrs Michael Gibson, acting
president, Beba Ibelson chapter:
Air-. Joseph Krantz, Club No. i;
[da I. ftman. Cli b N
Mr- Louis Sachs, Coral Gables
chapter: Mrs. Samuel Kovalsky,
Eilat Chapter; Mrs. Miriam Hal-
perin, Golda Meir Chapter. Mrs
Fred Sandier. Kadinia Chapter;
Mrs Mac Wagner, Tikvah.
MR. AND MRS. FOX
Also Manny Burstein, Ben-Gurion
Branch, Farband; Morn- Honig
baum, Bialik Branch. Farband:
V (i e Levin. Chaim Weizniann
Branch, Farband: Samuel Galfond.
Cuban Branch. Farband; Joseph
P. Zuckerman. Lebedicker Branch:
and Dr. Simon E. Wilensky. Poale
Zion.
Roosevelt Unit
January Party
Kleanor Roosevelt Chapter oi
B'nai B'rith Women invite- the
public to its "January Jamboree
. uction on Saturday. 8:30 p.m.. at
Hillel House. 1100 Miller Dr C oral
Gables
Items going up [or bid include
, u types of merchandise and ser-
vi es, vacation- and dinners, ac
I ng to Mrs. Stanford Best, auc
',, n chairman.
Shell) Nidetz will double a- mas.
ter ol ceremonies and auctioneer
Mr- Carl Was-erii'.an is o-ehair-
man oi the event
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Treat your family to a good Jewish meal!
1 ^ Kasha makes the differencereal traditional ta'am. Hearty
Kasha Soup. Or Kasha instead of potatoes or rice. 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
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president is installed by the Senior Citizens Friendship
of the North County YMHA Branch. Mrs. Sarah Madi-
jccepts the gavel from outgoing President Ladore Hirsch.
^rs who participated in the installation are standing be-
(left to right) Mayor Arthur Snyder, of No. Miami Beach.
km H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami "Y,"
Michael Salmon, president of the North County "Y."
Pioneers Planning
? Functions Here
* FMicc!- Wnnicns Club 1. Mr*.
; Jotjyi Krantz, president, was I"
on Thursday, 1 p.m.. at Wash.
Federal, 1234 Washington
A recently released Israeli
F"flfilSfl*;|< '" '"' shown, and a Tu
**^R,^Bv;it celebration held followed
acial hour.
Miriam Halperin, president,
Meir Club, has called a meet
Wednesday, i p.m.. at the
yton Federal. 1234 Wash
Ave.
After the hii.-inr.-- meeting,
hera v. ill be a Tu 15 Shevat pro-
I resente I by Mrs Mary
an. chairman. Jewish Na
Fund project
ibi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
dI Beth El, and past presi
Greater Miami Rabbinical
turn, will be guest speaker,
ieal program will be offered
S. Betty Herman, and a BO-
cur will follow, hosted by
bspitaiity Committee
nan
)
I Medical Center
Chapters Launch
Functions Here
Greater Miami chapters of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver this week launched their sea-
sonal series of functions designed
to assist the Center in its cancer
' research program.
Biscayne Chapter of the Center i
will host a Gala Night with Frank
Sinatra and Joe E. Lewis at the
"^A, S I Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday, Jan.
31. Chairman oi the event is Mrs.
Arthur Feigeles.
Coral Chapter is holding its,
tenth anniversary dinner dance on'
Sunday evening, Jan. 24, at the
I Carillo Hotel. The evening has been
| arranged by Mrs. Irving Rubin-1
stein, vice president in charge of
! ways and means, and her commit-
i tee, Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg and
I Mrs. Bert Reinhardt. Coral Chap-
i ter president is Mrs. Jules Wes-
ton.
On Friday, Jan. 15. members of
Coral Chapter were stationed
throughout Miami for their annual
Miami Tag Day to solicit funds. All
monies go for cancer research and
free patient care at the Center.
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Mrs. Jack
.Gordon were chairmen of the day.
Members of the American Medi.
cal Center here m Dade County
also make regular visits to patients
at Jackson Memorial Hospital,
bringing them gifts, arranging par-
ties for holidays, and keeping in
constant touch with these patients
to let them know that they are not
forgotten.
Flamingo Chapter held its an-
nual card party on Sunday, Jan.
17, at Temple Ner Tamid. Chair-
man of the affair was Abe Huppert.
Greater Miami Chapter meets
the second Thursday of every
month at 8 p.m.. at 1234 Washing-
ton Ave., with board meetings the
third Thursday of the month at 7
p.m., at Miami Beach Federal on
Lincoln Rd. and Washington Ave.
President of the chapter is Mrs
Lila S. Myers.
Tropical Chapter meets the first
Friday 01 each month at the Dean
ville Hotel at noon, with its board
meeting the same day at io a.m.
Evelyn Kapil is president of the
chapter, and Lillian Cutler is pro-
gram chairman.
MRS. CHESTER ICfTfft
Mrs. Leiter
Named Heart
Sunday Leader
The appointment of Mrs. Ches-
ter "Dena" Leiter as Heart Sun-
AJCong. Unit Will
Hear Whitney
Mrs. Belle Kamen, national vice
president of the Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, and
J vice president of the Miami Chap-
ter, announces that Norman Whit-
ney, national secretary for peace
education of the American Friend>
Service Committee, will be guest
of honor at a general meeting of
the Miami Chapter on Wednesday
noon at the Masonic Hall. 51 Va-
lencia Ave.. Coral Gables.
Whitney was active lor 20 years
as chairman and director of the
Syracuse Peace Council, an autono-
mous local organization for com-
munity peace education. He repre-
sented the New York yearly relig-
ious meeting of the American
Friends Society at the World Con-
ference in Oxford.
The American Jewish Congress
is affiliated nationally and through
its local chapters, in the Turn To-
ward Peace Movement.
Mrs. Irving Quartin, program
chairman, will preside. Special re-
ports will be given by Mrs. Sam
day chairman of the 1965 Heart Penchansky, chairman of the
Fund campaign of the Heart Asso I Commission on International Af-
ciation of Greater Miami for the j fairs. New members will be wel-
comed by Mrs. Victor Reiss, mem-
bership chairman.
In charge of reservations are
third consecutive year is announc-
ed by Louis Wolfson. general cam
paign chairman.
The month-long Heart Fund Pearl Rabin and Joseph I Yanich,
campaign begins here and through- regional director.
out the nation on Feb. 1. and will -------------------
reach its highpoint on the week-
end of Thursday. Feb. 18. through COOKinCl GlOVC
Heart Sunday. Feb. 21. In Dade
Still Available
County, the Heart Association of
Greater Miami will have some
12.335 Heart Sunday volunteers
going from door-to-door during the
Heart Sunday weekend.
The Heart Sunday chairman in-
vited residents to volunteer by vis-
2
IV

-I.
Fred Sandier, president,
lab Chapter, is meeting with
roup on Tuesday. Feb. 2. 8
the Community Room of
Gables Federal on Ponce de
Blvd.
(ram Chairman Mrs Jacob
will introduce a panel dis-
3n on "Know Your Communi-
Mis David Bell will speak on
iries and Rand Concerts.
Mrs Leo Goldman on "Music
Art.'. Mrs. Jacob Weiss on
Jen Age Groups."
|uestion and answer period
Be followed by a social hour.
MRS. HARRIET VAISMAN
Pccono Camps
Name Associate
Pocono Highland Camps an-
nounce the appointment ot Mrs
Harriet Vaisman as associate in
the Greater Miami area
Mrs. Vaisman will be in charge
Ol staffer- who instruct children
in Spanish and other romance lan-
guages.
Mrs. Vaisman is a foreign lan-
guage teacher at Nautilus Junior
High on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Vaisman has a background
of many years ot experience in
summer camping in the north and
in South America
Pocono Highlands is located in
the heart of the Pocono Mountains
in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Still available to readers of Th
Jewish Floridian is a cooking
glove courtesy of the Seitlin Insur-
ance Co.. of Miami.
The cooking glove i- a handy
iting the Heart Association's new aid in the kitchen It was last
headquarters at 5080 Biscayne week erroneously reported here as
Blvd.. Miami. being made of asbestos The glove
Mrs. Leiter has been active in 's U* PP"lar cloth variety.
Heart Association activities for To receive your free glove,
over eight years. Her husband is write to Gloves, c o The Jewish
also active in the Heart Associa- Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami,
tion of Greater Miami, where Mrs. Fla. 33101
Leiter serves as a member of the ^^HZZZZZZHZZZHnZZZIZZIZ
Board of Directors.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Leiter are Allan, and daughter-in-law, Sue,
members of the Israelite Center, and grandparents of two baby girls.
They are the parents of one son. Debbie Lynn and Sherri Fllen.
>ra Stein Ladies Plan Functions
regular meeting of the Dora
Sisterhood will be held at
Seminary of America entitled "The
Living Page."
The Officers and "Directors of
' J^tJSfationaZJSank
Cordially Invite You to Visit
the 'Bank to View the
SIDNEY KRANDALL COLLECTION OF
"JEWELS FROM AROUND THE WORLD"
January 25 thru 28, &fortday thru
Friday From 9 AM to 2 PM
Lincoln %>adz^Mall and oAlton %>ad
[Social Hall on Tuesday at 8 On Wednesday noon, the Sister-
hood will hold a "Lunch in Israel."
kiram to be presented by Mrs. featuring Israeli foods, atmosphere
, ,. ,. and music. Proceeds are marked
Schwartz. Combined Cam- fQr the Religioils School. Chairmen
gu chairman, will include a are |fr>, William Dickson. presi-
nil *<* ... ... --------------. --
from the Jewish Theological dent, and Mrs. Chester Leiter.
JACOB C. COHEN
COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
1532 Washington Avenue
cordially invites the Jewish Community
to participate in the Inaugural Sabbath
honoring the
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Friday, January 22nd, at 8:30 p.m.
RABBI TIBOK N. STERN'S MESSAGE -
"OUR PRESIDENT AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY'
Members and Non-Members Are Welcome
~ <.
Temple Judea
FINE ARTS GUILD
Presents for 1965
DANIEL and DIMITRI jan. 23,8:is p.m.
NOTED ISRAELI ARTISTS
SYDNEY J. HARRIS feb. 24,8:is p.m.
NATIONALLY SYNDICATED COLUMNIST
ISRAELI TROUBADORS
plus MARIE MISAKURA MAR. 21, 8:15 P.M.
MUSICAL ARTISTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR
320 PALERMO AVE., CORAL GABLES, FLA.
Series admission by donation $5.00
HI 4-9876


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Friday, January 22. 1951!
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0?!icers of the South Shore Citizens Club are
(left to right,1 Alice Abalofia, secretary; Sam
Abalofia. iecond vice president Max D. Gold-
hagen. first vice president; Louis Shafkin, life
president Sam Aines, third vice president;
Home Auxiliary
Social Wednesday
Sew life members who joined in
revious ye.tr and .ill life trus-
t< es who contribute Sl"0 each year
to thi iter Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
\.i: are traditionally honored
v itti l social function
Thi- yeai Sirs Alex Hanson has
consented to open her home at
5760 \<> Bay Rd. for the occasion.
Invited guests will gather at her
home next Wednesday at 11 a m.
MYs Lawrence Silvcrman. Aux-
iliary president, will extend >;reet-
ings Mrs. Jack Ablin. chairman.
will address guests Mrs Man-on
i co-chairman, and will i>e assist-
i bj Mrs. David Phillips. Mr-
Sol SUverman, Mr- Helen Sparbei
and. Mrs Louis Makov-k>
Larry Blue, accordioni-t. will
ofter a program of musical nuin-
Mrs Silvcrman *ill also en-
in
Mrs Dorothj Kriegei Fink will
review the book by Harrj Ke
"Friday, The Rab
Latv Mrs Fink i-
the late
i the i i found
. nizers of tl
Home f ir the Aged
Att< ndant e is bj
charge oi Information arc Mr- Sol
Silvcrman and Mrs Anne lanen
baum
'Nite Club'
Affair Sunday
Harry Stempel. treasurer; Elsie Tulin, financial
secretary. Not shown is Paula Kahn, corres-
ponding secretary. The group completed
plans for an installation party recen''y at the
D Ldo Hotel.
m$. jack mm
Chai Chapter. B'nai B'riih Wom-
en, is sponsoring a 'Nite Chlb"
affair on Sunday, at tin Algiers
Hotel at 8:30 p.m.
All proceed! wHI go to the Leo
\ l.evi Hospital. Hot Springs, Ark.,
for the treatment of arthritis and
tubefculosis, and for the Children's
Home in Israel, to restore emo
tionally di-tuibe't children
Chairman is Mrs. Ben Hammer
man President i- Mrs. Ruth Corey.
AJC Tour Meet
To Hear Gardner
Mrs Leonard SJdersky, president
il Biscayne chapter, American
-'. con rani tinces that
special t iur meeting for people
ining trips t" E urope, Israel
Orient, will take place
8 p m at
\dath Yeshui i
' ie t peaker w ill De 'apt Leo
dm r Southea I Regional di-
r o| F.I Al Israel Airlines.
: Gardner, who fought in the
Israel War of Liberation, was one
ol the founders and first opera
til n- manager for Bl Al. He will
-; eak in "IsraelA Tourist's Heav-
en." Latest film.- of Israel will be
how n.
The meeting will he presided
over bj Mrs, S> Reese, tour chair-
man, who participated in one of
the American Jewish Congress
tours to Israel last vcar
Univ. Friends
Plan Activities
Plans tor spring and summer ac-
tivity and programs bj the Great
ei Miami Women's Division, Amer
ican Friends of the Hebrew Iniver
sitj were announced by Mr- Sam
eel Simonhoff, division president,
following a board meeting at the
headquarters "l American Friends
on Wednesday
The Women- Division will launch
a program Ol cultural activity in
keeping with the many fine arts
and literary programs of the He-
brew University, Mrs Simonhoff
said Plan- are now being formu-
lated lor events similar to the cul-
tural programs si>onsored previ-
ously by the Women's Division,
which include concerts, book re-
views and art exhibits
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag. a vice
president of the Women Division,
and Mrs Simonhofi announce I
that the division will also partici-
pate in the national activities pro-
gram and dinner ol the American
Frit ml- ol the Hel rev L'niver I
in Miami Beach during the last
\ eek ol Februai Leaders ol the
I from all n
cities in the i I States w ill par
ticipate in the special national
'.ram
Mrs Harrj Platoff, another vice
lent announced that the
Women'- Division Will accelerate
its program for new members to
help in the division's support oi
the Hebrew University Library
Nursing Sehool
Graduation Set
At Mount Sinai
Graduation e\erci-es of the ML
smai Hospital School of Practical
Nursing will be held Thursday eve-
ning. Jan. 28. 8 p.m.. in the Louis
E Wolfson Auditorium of the hos-
pital The ten graduates will be-
come the 22nd class to complete a
course in practical nursing since
the school was founded in 1951.
The school, with Mrs Carmen
Ross, director of nursing educa-
tion, in charge, and Mrs. Adeline
llaiduck serving as assistant direc-
tor, is nationally and state-accred-
ited. The school is under the aegis
and sponsorship of the Women s
Auxiliary of ML Sinai Hospital.
Leonard L Abess, president of
the hospital, will welcome guests,
and Mrs a Herbert Mathe-. chair-
man ot the Advisory Committee,
will preside Samuel (icrtner i\
ecutive director of Mt Sinai wi I
also greet the graduates, their
families and friends
Guesl speaker of the evening will
he Gabriel Heatter, nationally
known for In- ".."> years m coast
to-coasl radio Presently, he is on
the aii locall) once a week and
write- a column for the Miami
Beach Sun
included among those present-
ing award- at the ceremonies will
be Mrs Leonard A Wien, president
of the Women's Auxiliary, and Dr
Stanley Frehling. president of the
hospital's medical stall Mrs Ross
and Mr- llaiduck will present di
plomas and pins to the graduates,
and Nightingale Lamps will he lit
by the faculty. Graduate- are Kath-
leen Baisley, Donna Lee Davies,
Pattie Duncan. Joy Kiarr, Thorn
a-ena Hankerson. Mildred Leh-
Hairy Minnor is the
as he prepares to slice c
cake marking his 7Cth year
duri.ig a pai'y with Mrs
Minnor and friends at the
Famous Restaurant. Amon:
well wishers was Harry Zuck
eiman, new partner al Ikj
Jewish American rest.:-:..:,
with Morris Lerner.
man. Roberta Mikles. LorraiM
MOSS, Dolores Reinbach. and E:
ma Webster

May frail I StorvaT
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Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth I-rael Sisterhood will
hold its monthly meeting on Mon-
day. 8 p.m., in the Social Hall.
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NIGHT IN HAWAII
Flaming flares lighted the entrance t<> West-
t^OUBlry,, Club, hinting Ibat there would be
u'thiny different inside. There was! The
Dtinge had been transformed into a jungle com-
ilete with birds, parrots, even menkeys. Extend-
ig greetings were the hosts, the William A. Wein-
raubs and Mr and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz. The
len wore identical white pants and bright shirts.
|nd their wives, long Hawaiian gowns. The din-
100m was lush with hanging nets of flowers,
palm trees and hundreds of orchids. Fresh fruit
Centerpieces decorated the burlap-draped tables.
Little hula dancers were place cards. Among the
guests all in Hawaiian dress wire Florence and
Ixzy Hecht. June and Bernard Stevens, Mollie
ind Dan Ituskin. Betty and Leopold Schwartz,
lazel and Harry Lewis, Eve and Ben Hartley.
Telice and Samuel Lipton. Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Lemberg. Dr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Wcmklc.
fudge and Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mattie and Bern-
ini Wall. Reba and Jack Daner. and Joan and
Herbert Paige. The menu was Polynesian, and
the lights were dimmed as flaming torches an
flounced the lighted dessert. Dancing girls taught
ie hula to everybody. Joe Lipton and his wife,
[Anne, were the center of attention, with a danc
ling girl on his hat who danced when be pushed a
Button. Then there were Rosalie and Philip
mexner, Ruth and Max Orovitz, Alice and Sey
Ijnour Rubin. I)r and Mrs. Julian Rickels, and
[judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin The funniest thing
thai happened was in the midst of all the dreamy
Hawaiian music, when all ol a sudden the band
and the dancers burst into tin Hora Thai was
a luau to remember!
POINSETTAS ARE IN BLOOM
Bunny (Mrs, Joel' Meyer is in the midst of a
series ol cocktail and dinner parties and lunch
eons .\i the latest luncheon, the invitations had
sprays of poinsettias, the luncheon table was
decorated with poinsettias. and the dessert was
flowerpots <>f poinsettias really ice cream in
the pot with chocolate sauce that looked just like
good brown earth. Among guests were Mickej
(Mrs. Max) Stein. Flo (Mrs. Warren) Witus. Ann
;Mrs. Marvin) Tanner, Ruth (Mrs. Herbert) Sha-
piro. Janice (Mrs. Ben) Novack, Bernice Gott-
lieb. Horty Laguette, Berna (Mrs. Milton) Fisher.
aces ...
Margie (Mrs. Marvin) Zuckerman. Sally (Mrs.
Milton) Zuckerman, and Esther (Mrs. Sidney)
,Schwartz. What eonversaiions the wising of
children now and in the old days seemed lore-
most.

SPARKLERS AND THE ANNIVERSARY WALTZ
Etta and Irving Westin celebiated their 40th
anniversary with 32 of their immediate friends
and kinfolk at Temple Belh Sholom's New Year's
Eve parly. Of course, the fact that their son.
Prol. Alan F. Westin, of Columbia University,
was here with his wife. Bea. and children. David
and Debby, would have been party enough for
ihe Westins. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Rosenstrauch, Mis Sarah Shapolf. Mr.
and Mrs Robert Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Shaw.mil. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel r'urman. Ihe Dick Furmans, the Paul Fur-
mans, Mis Harry Platoff, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Rudo,
and Mrs. Ida Rudo. From out-of-town cam<
Mary B. Scherr. and Mr. and Mrs Charles Mayer
THEY CAME EARLY AND STAYED LATE
Judi, a new bride to be, will graduate from
the University of Miami this month and already
has a position teaching in a new elementary
school. Judi. daughter of Erma and Al Podvin.
Will main llillel Meyers next summer. Hillel
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Meyers The
Podvins had an engagement parly lor the young
couple. It was called for seven o'clock and prom
ied to be an early evening, but the last guesl
left a' live in the morning because everyone was
having .-o much fun. The decor was all red and
p.nk. except lor Judi. who was in while Judi s
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Shaw, were
there, as will as Hillel s grandfather, Roberl
Wecksler, who flew in liom Chicago, included
among the guests were Judi's brother, Robert,
ami Ins bride of lour months, Merrily. Among
other guests were Mr and Mrs. Sain Berlin, Mr
and Mrs. Jesse Skiaroff. Mr and Mrs. Sidney
Lelkowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Don. Mi and
Mr- Ben Samuels. Mr and Mrs Paul Jay. Mr.
and Mrs. Shelden Spector, Mr and Mrs Stanley
Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Dennis C'arlin, Mr and Mrs.
Norman Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Gordon, and Mr. and Airs. Mark
Linkaman. Frances Lehman.
Book and Art
Gift Made Here .
A contribution of several thou-1
sands of dollars in art and rare
books has been made to the He-
brew University and Jewish Na-
tional Library of the State of Is-,
ael by Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin'
i Kresberg, of Miami Beach, it was
announced by Jack S. Popick, pres-
lent of the South Florida Division.
American Friends <>f the Hebrew
University.
A retired physician and noted
, art collector. Dr. Kresberg's litho-
iraphs, etchings and first editions
u literature will be added to the
collection at the Hebrew L'niver-
! i'ty Library, which is also the Cen-
ral Library ol the State of Israel,
'opiek said.
Included in the collection of dry-
! mint etchings, signed lithographs
ind steel engravings arc the works
; ji many famed artists, including
iraque, Chagall. Dufy. Lautrec.
".illlet and Whistler. Rare Chinese
laintings and a Thackeray first
dition are also included in the
are book and art collection, which
as gifted to the university by the
Kresbergs.
Mrs. Greene is Chairman
Mrs. Robert Z. Greene has been
appointed chairman of Miami
Beach's 30th anniversary ball by
William B. MacDonald, general
chairman of the Golden Jubilee
celebration. The event will be held
Mar 19 at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
LEON SCHACHTER'S
yiddish-american
VAUBEVMMjLK
ON STAGE IN PERSON
BIGGEST SHOW BARGAIN
IN TOWN
SING NG MUSIC COMEO'
DIANA GOLDBERG
HERSH^L OENDEL
ALLEN MAYO
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a"0 OTHERS
ON SCREEN
sal Spectacular
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3500 Main Highway, Miam. HI 5-2581
rs. Karp Again To Head UJA National Division
By Special Report
(Mrs. Jack Karp. of Beverly Hills,
alif.. has been named 1965 na-
Dnal chairman of the United Jew
fh Appeal Women's Division. This
i-ill be her second term in the
ffice.
The announcement was made
p Max M. Fisher, of Detroit, gen-
eral chairman of the I'JA. who said
fchat Mr-. Karp's leadership in
jfc'.MVt. had been "a source of in
ipiralion and encouragement not
K-nly to the Jewish women of the
country, but to all ol US working
auli her
I Since 1948, v.hen the I'JA Na-
itonal Women's Division was
lies Boris Vivants
I es Bons Vivants, young adults
21 to :;."> year-, will hold it- next
[fcala social on Sunday evening.
Can 31, 7 p.m at the Capri Hotel.
Dancing to a live band will feature
Ihe entertainment.
founded, nearly $235 million has
been contributed by women to
community campaigns throughout
ihe country.
Mrs. Karp, whose husband is con
suliant to Paramount Pictures,
has long been a leader in the
cause of aid to Jewish refugees
overseas, immigrants to Israel and
the United States. Her lifetime de-'
votion to Jewish service has won
her top honors in the field.
She was named Woman of the
Year by the Los Angeles B'nai
Until in 1961. and has received
lladas-ah s World Citizen Award
and the Israel Bond Award.
A national board member of the
UJA -mee 1951 and a vice chair-
man o| the Women's Division prior
i her election as chairman. Mr-
Karp i- also a member of Ihe na-
tional board ol Hadassah and was
rational vice president of the or
luxation from 19.iL> to 1955. In
19S6, -he was a delegate to the
World Zionist Congress
During her first year as I'JA
Women's Division National Chair-
man, Mrs. Karp visited Europe j
and Israel twice on behalf of the
division, conferring on immigrant
aid problems with top leaders of
the Israel Government and UJA
supported agencies overseas. While
in Israel she made a motion pic-
ture. "Journey to Today." a sequel
to a lilm in which she appeared
ten years ago, showing the advan-
ces which have been made in the
young State during this period.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Mot in August, engaged in December, married in Jan-
uary and lived happily ever after is the saga of Helyne and
Kenneth Treister. Helyne was born in Atlanta. Ga., went
to the University of Alabama, where she was an outstanding
member of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. As a youngster,
she liked to play with children instead of toys. Playing
house, school and grocery store were three of her favorite
games. She was part of a closely knit family group whose
hobby was travel. The winter months were planning ones
for Helyne and her two sisters, who together with their
parents, plotted out the summer vacations according to
what they were studying in school.
It was during a vacation in Miami that Helyne nut
Kenny, who was in the Navy at that time. After they were
married. Helyne became a typical
Navy wife, following her husband
and his ship from port to port.
When his stint was over, they mov-
ed to Miami, where their three
children were born. Charles. Alan
and Eliot. Helyne. who was so
devoted to her own mother, found
a second mother in her husband's
mother. She felt at home at once
with the wonderful family and
friends that she met.
Anxious t'' know i 11 about her
husband's profession as an archi-
tect, -he took courses at the Uni-
versity oi Virginia and the Uni-
versity o fMiami She studied in-
terior design. She has correlated
and coordinated the designing in some of Kenny's ho
and is so fascinated, thai as soon a- the children got a lit-
tle older, she expects to do more in thai field. Kenn> is
B painter, and last year had his first on-' man show
All of a sudden, Helyne found she had I ken ovei the
role of manager and is doing the same job for his now show.
which will he m February. 11< paints every free moment
ho ha-, and it is a common sight to see linn at his
on the patio with the children dabbling in their own paint
pots a- close to him as the) can gel
The Treister home was built according to ;,11 oi his own
ideas, and Helyne is perfectly satisfied. Because of the
ique architecture, Helyne has to be ready at all
times to aot as tour hostess. Carrying out the ideal- of her
own childhood, she believes the family comes first. Helyne
likes besl the community projects in which she and her
an work together like American Jewish Com-
n11t .- and t.i borhood Sunrise Harbor Association.
Helyne was vic president of the Women's Division of
Jewish Familj and Children's Service when it was first
Started. Her major project a' the moment began when
h. i son, Charles, wanted to be a Cub Scout, and thole were
lb Scouts at Sunrise School. Helyne did the organ-
and now there are six Cub Sccut Dens. Twice a year,
Helyne and her familj join her lather, mother, two sisters
and their families and have a get-together either in the
Islands, at the Fan. or in Miami. Atlanta. Tampa or Gaines-
ville, their home grounds.
The Treisters enjoy going cycling together and it's a
good thing that Helyne likes sports as much as the men in
her family because they are always going to football and
basketball games Picnics are special in the Treister
family. Everything is fun for one reason, confided Helyne.
Kenneth has such enthusiasm, such a real love of life, that
it rubs off on everyone he comes in contact with Just to
be with him is an adventure.
Helyne, herself, i- a gay, loveable young matron with
a sweetly protective air The added spark from Kenny's
love o| life make- it :< delight to bo in her Ci nipany
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Name
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Now Mrs. Clein
Miss Judith Rosenzweig and
Robert David Clein exchanged
wedding vows at a 1:30 o'clock
ceremony at Temple Beth Am on
Sunday A reception followed in
the Temple Social Hall. Rabbi Her
ben M. Baumgard officiated.
F i the wedding, the bride chose
a white sheath of alencon lace,
featurinc an overskirt oi lace. The
bridal veil of imported silk illu-
sion was softly draped to a match-
ing plateau cap. and she carried
a cascade of stephanotis with a
white orchid in the center.
Sister of the bride. Mrs. Stanley
Mintz. served as maron of honor
Best man to the bridegroom was
his brother, Michael Clein, of
Memphis. Tenn. Niece and nephew
of the bride. Mark and fcllon
Mintz, served as rinu-hearer and
flower girl. Sister of the groom,
I'atti Clein. served as junior
bridesmaid.
New Mrs. Clein is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Albert Horowitz,
8875 SW 120 St. She is a graduate
of Palmetto Senior High School
and a life member of Tzion B'nai
B rith Girls.
The groom attended the Univer-
sity of Georgia and will graduate
from the University of Miami in
June. He is a member of the Tau
Epsilon Pi Fraternity,
Parents of the groom are Mr
and Mrs. Ben B Clein. 7475 SW
118th St. Grandparents Mrs Wil-
liam Clein and Mrs Hay Marks
Goldberg, are pioneer Miamians.
After a honeymoon in Freeport,
the collide will live at 48.M> W Flag-
ler St.
MARSHA MAKSTEIN
Adult Series Resumes
Rabbi Max Shapiro will resume
adult series at Beth Kodesh Con
gregation on Sunday morning, Feb.
7. 10 a.m.
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MRS. ROBERT ClfIN
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Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mr- Samuel Makstein,
2LMi. SW Mb Ave are announcing
the on ;agement of thou- daughter,
Marsha Harriott, to Gerald El-
liot! Fine, son of Mr and Mr- Sel-
. Kino, Hollywood, I'la
The fi,tare bride will gl
n the University of Florida
with a degree in elementarj edu-
on in August Her fiance, at
in.: the university's law school,
also earned a degree In banking
and finance there.
The couple plan to marry in An
gust,
Beth David La<
Sponsor Play
Beth David Sisterhood is
soring a performance of -^
and Son," the corned) -ta
nasha Skulnik at the (
Grove Playhouse, on Sunda*
oi. at 5 p.m.
Mis Louis Seitlin, chairman,1
committee women. Mesdamesj
jamin Bloom and Arthur
are in charge ol tick
to,#1cial Performance.
-old at box offive prices, arc C
made through Beth Maud
Hadassah Group
Plans Function
Kananah Group of Miami B&
Chapter of Hadassah will sta*
"Fun Night" at Surfside Tovg|
on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Rananah. composed
women past 18. single and,
lied, plans the even! to i
for the Hadassah Medical IV
in the John F. Kennedy liwJ
Building in Israel
In charge of information |
Mrs Sherman Past, pi
Mrs Robert Berner.
'Herzog' Review
Slated at T
Rabbi Eugene i
lial leader of Tempi.' '..
v ill be guest s;,,..:k, i
m i f the North i
tdull Book Review S
25
The best seller,
Saul Mellow, will I
. Lai o\ n/ Tl
hold at the North C<
SE 6th Ave
elcome to attend
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Junior Auxiliary
Annual Meeting
i >;: Sunday o\ ening, 1-1 !> 28, the
Juni i \u> liar) Jewish Home
the Aged, i- ha\ im: its annual
Deauville H I
i icktails and hors d'oeuvres
will I 'served al 6 p n and dinner
at 7 p.m., followed b> the Jimmy
Durange Show
In charge ol resi are
Mrs. Esther Levitz, chairman, and
Mrs. Jay Rechtschaffer. ticket
chairman
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yours,
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sheath skirt and waist-skimming
ovcrblou.se were covered with ir-
idescent sequins, and seed pearls
were used to create a floral de
sign on the sequins. Mrs. Paul
Leopolds black silk chiffon had
a full skirt, high cowled neck-
line, and matching stole. White
crepe with the Grecian-inspired
one-shoulder drape was worn by
Mrs. Jerome Robinson.
M
RS. Martin llochman chose a
TEMPLE Beth Am sponsored a
Roaring Twenties Ball on
Saturday night. Co-chairing the
\,nt m the Temple Social Hall
were MarVfW-Stein and Arthur
Lyons. Decorations were in keep-
ing with the theme, but most
guests dressed in the conven-
tional manner. Mrs. Marvin Stein
wore a black crepe sheath which
was sleeveless and had a deep V
leckline. Ties Gay pink was the
color of Mrs. Lyons' silk crepe,
and it featured a draped neck-
line which was squared in back
and softened with bows.
Mrs. Al Aaronson's sand and
gold lame boucle knit sheath had
its own matching belt. At the
same table. Mrs. Abe Saluk wore
black chiffon in a sheath silhou-
ette with a decollete neckline
both front and back. Muted pea-
cock blue matte jersey was cho-
sen by Mrs. Kphie Cohen. Her
leckline was scooped with circu-
lar draping. A wide band of fluffy
white ostrich feathers at the
in a- line was the outstanding
. ilurc on the shell pink crepe
sheath worn by Mrs. George
Malin
.Mrs Byron Cherkas chose a
white fringe sheath. Narrow rows
of silk fringe went from the top
to the bottom of her gown, fea-
turing a cut-out iii k Mis Her-
man Fetdman chose emerald
.1, n l rocade. A white wool
sheath with a ruffled standaway
leckline was worn by Mrs. Rob-
ert inner Mi s, Rose Potluck
ras helping with the buffet table.
and she wore a brown floral silk
print with bracelet-length sleeves.
^UT velvet in the shift si
^* ette with a paisley print
lilhou-
in
black on gold was the choice of
Mrs. Bob Miller. Mrs. Jerry Ro-
sen was in a wheat-colored velvet
chenille cocktail suit with a black
velvet shell overblouse. Her hip-
length jacket, tapered with a
modified tuxedo front, was dou-
ble breasted. Black moss crepe,
with long sleeves and long black
silk iringc was Mrs. Don (Hedy)
Carlin's selection for the evening.
A stunning white sequin en-
semble was the choice of Mrs.
Herbert Bernstein. B;>th her
sleeves, which tapered to a tight
hemline. Goya red silk was the
color selected by Mrs. Joseph
Reisman for the ball, which fea-
tured a low squared neckline,
and was softly draped around the
waist. Mrs. Saul Von Zamft's
black silk featured the Empire
waistline which was detailed with
a self-fabric flat bow.
Mrs. Max Stein's red chiffon
was asymetrically draped across
the bodice, and her neckline was
off-the shoulder with the hipline
slightly draped for controlled
fullness. Golden silk crepe with
deep lace edging the bodice and
ilounced at the hemline was worn
by Mrs. Marshall Feuer. A white
mohair cocktail ensemble was
chosen by Mrs. Paul Draizar.
The bodice was embroidered with
gold lame and jeweled into snow-
flake patterns.
Nathan Roth has been named chairman of the seventh anni-
versary Dedication Committee of the Jewish Convalescent
Home of South Florida. The appointment was announced by
Mrs. Joteph E. Keiser, president of the Convalescent and
Nursing Home, known as Bikur Cholim. Named as co-chair-
men are Constable Leonard Weinstein, Irving Pietrack, Mrs.
Ida Kostoff and Joseph Malek. Planning a Building Fund din-
ner at the Deauville Hotel on Saturday night, Mar. 20, are (left
to right) Constable Weins'ein. Roth, Mrs. Kostoff, Malek and
(standing) Pietrack.
ORT Honors Mellah Mothers
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Over 1.200 guests crowded into
the Deauville Hotel for the South-
eastern Florida Region of Wom-
en American ORT luncheon hon-
oring Mellah Mother- tor 1965 on
Tuesday,
Dr Irving Lehrman, guest -peak
er. who has just returned from
,i brief \:-.l t. Israel, declared:
I assure you, that wherever I
went, (HIT was a magic word, anil
I was proud to saj that i was an
honorar) member of our
in her welcoming address. Reg
ion President Mrs Louis Baron
Stated, .Ills' .is President Kcnnclv
created the Peace Corps and Pres-
ident Johnson declared War on
Poverty, so have the women of
ORT, through their network Ol VO
cational schools throughout the
world declared war On Useless-
ness
Speaking oi their important con-
tributions, National Vice Presi-
dent Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt noted:
Today, I have been afforded the
honor of paying tribute to our Mel-
lah Mothers, women who have ta-
ken lo their hearts, a needy
child "
Mellah Mother- announced for
1965 include Dr and Mrs. Jack A.
Greenhouse, Dr. and Mis George
Rand. Mrs. Paula Sklar. Mr and
Mrs Lewis Salfinger, Mrs. Carrie
Sapiro, Mrs, Margaret Newman
Steam, Mrs. Jeanette Prisament,
Mrs. Ollie Cohen. Mrs. Florence
Gampole, and the 13 members of
the Deeds club represented bj
Mrs. Sheldon Spcelor. president.
Chairman ol the day was Mrs
Henry Gilbert, region vice presi-
dent, and among prominent guests
were Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Metro
Mayor Chuck Hail and Miami Beach
Mayor Mclvin .1 Richard, with
their wives
Cancer Unit Has
Fashion Show
Miami Reach's "Miss Teen Age
oi America" and "Miss Dixie."
Carol Lyn Blum, will be among
:i odels -hovving fashions oi Wilma
ol Lincoln Road at the Shore Unit,
Woman's Corps. Papanicolaou lie
earth Institute of Miami, annual
luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 10,
e Carillon Hotel.
Other models will be Mr- R I
bord, Mrs, Martin Smith.
VIrs, G< 'dim Gold, and Mr- Rob
ert Blum. The afternoon will also
feature selections by singer Ren
i Renzi.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs
in, with Mrs Moe Blitz
-. \.11_; a chairman ol the ''..iv
Temple lion Sisterhood
Temple Zion Sisterhood presents
the annual Past Presidents Ball
en Saturday, Jan. 30, in the Tern
pie Social Mull at 8:30 p.m. There
will be a live band, refreshment-
and a program entitled "Th <
Were the Years That Were "
Workmen's Circle Cord Party
Workmen's Clr< le 1064 will have
i card partj on Saturday nighl at
Washington Federal Auditorium
No Miami Beach, Chairman is
:::' 'lit
.. erman and Mrs Mar-
tin Smith are in chat ge ol re
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Friday, January 22, IJR5
Community Forum Series at Beth Am
Will Feature Javits, Young and Brinkley
SIN JACOB JAVITS
Shakespeare
Program at 'Y*
"Fun with Shakespeare' is the
theme of the next scheduled event
in the Sunday Celebrity Series
sponsored by the YMHA to take
place Sunday. 2:30 p.m.
The program will be presented in
the auditorium of the new YMHA
facility at 8500 SW 8th St. Designed
for children over six who may be
accompanied by their parents, the
program is directed bj Jeanne
Wolf
Aimed to present Shakespeare
On a level that will be appreciated
bj children, the program ill of-
fei 1 xi e pts from "The Merry
Wives "i Windsor." .1 costume pa
rade with characters from "Much
Ado About \ lii King I.car''
. n 1 "Othello "
Apr in the cast will be
v bin Werner, Heath-
er Lee Haven, Dalton Cathey,
Monica Meredith and Wendy Sa-
lem, all "i whom are member- ol
the Southern Shakespeare Reper-
tory Theater "t the University of
Miami
Two Programs
At Mount Sinai
"Reach to Recovery," a nation
:I. voluntary, nm-profit organiza-
tion, which aids in the physical
and emotional rehabilitation ot
women who have had radical
breast surgery, will hold two o|>cn
meetings at Mount Sinai Hospital
in the l.ouis E, Wolfson Auditor-
ium. The first will be held next
Wednesday evening. 8 p.m.. and
the second on Friday. Jan. 29. at
1 p.m.
Coming to Miami as main speak-
er for both gatherings will be Mis
Terete Lasser, founder of the or-
ganization, which has chapters
functioning throughout the United
States and in 25 foreign countries
>lr- Lasser 1- the author of a
booklet elabo il on the prob-
lems involved after mastectomies
A national leader in the struggle
of Negro citizens for equal rights,
an internationally respected Uni-
ted States Senator, and a learned
television news commentator
share the spotlight in the Com-
munity Forum Series starting Feb.
8 at Temple Beth Am. 5950 No
Kendall Dr.. South Miami.
First speaker in the three part
Si lies is Jacob K. Javits. senior
senator from the State of New
York. Among his many achieve-
ments in political, economic and
social reforms, the Republican
enator is author of the recent
Order of Battle: A Republican's
all to Reason. written in 1964
Whitney M. Young Jr., execu-
tive director of the National Ur-
ban League, will speak on Mar.
10. Young is one of the leading
architects of the current war on
poverty and a planner of the
Negro March on Washington in
1963. His recent book on the
race question, "To be Equal,"
was described in the Saturday
Review as the "best written on
the subject."
The final program, Apr 4 pre
sents David Brinkley, oi NB(
News, now in hi^ 21s1 year with
the network.
All speakers will participate in
. esti and ans ei period fol-
g their presents)
The Temple Beth \:n Forum
Committee is headed by Dr. Mor-
: n Notarious other members
>f the committee include
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i. M nil Jin Ktanley CIIIImtI Ml
111 l M lli-rnaril <
\i uiul Mi.-. Ja< i. i. i!rM-n. 1 >
lii i-nln *:r ana
Urn i rl Hi Ii mil .Mi- K
IV ii mill \i U.lvln i \ I mum
! Knit Mi- Mnitln I I lilinir, H
Mr- \v rren l.indnu, Mr him] Mi>
Vrtlui l.yolix, Mr ml Mr* ; -i *
Mm Mnrtiiii s \.-t..i >..;-. Mi
in.I Mm B> in i >'- \ii hi -1 m -
M n II i-......i. Mi au.l Mi* I-: R.
>. han*. Mr and Mm JokIi
I ir. : ri I Mis. Siitiil.> Sn. i i \li Rtl<<
>i-~ l tin ton r.i.ii. I 'i ..i.i \ ki-
rn ii v*l< iii-t-. Mr nnd Mr* i; rn.ii'i
IVi i I. 1- I I t .ii..I Mrs. K rl \\ i I
Hi .mil Mm T1....I..1. Wolff
Bank Vies Merest
Directors of Mercantile Nation-
al Bank of Miami Beach has voted
to pay interest on savings accounts
at the rate of four per cent a year
compounded quarterly, and retro-
active to Jan. 1. 1965. They also
voted to pay up to four and one-
quarter percent per year on certif
icates of deposit for a year or
longer. At the meeting, the regu-
lar quarterly dividend of thirty
cents a share was declared, pay-
able Jan. 20. to holders of record
Jan. ii.
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Rabbi Harold Richter, Rabbi
Ilershel Brooks and Rabbi Dan-
iel Lowy will appear over ch. 7
on "The Still Small Voice" this
Sunday ;it in a.m. Rabbi Sanlonl
Seltzer will moderate the sympo-
sium on problems 01 the Rabbin-
ate.
Young Israel
Picnic Sunday
Collegiate Young Adult Group of
Young Israel oi Greater Miami is
s|K>nsoring a Tu BShevat picnic-
on Sunday beginning at noon at
Crandon Park parking lot 3.
Jeffrey Miller, newly-elected
president, extends an invitation to
all college boys and girls of the
area to join the group for an after
noon of 'fun. food and frolic."
Executive Committee members
are Arthur Spolter. who may be
contacted for further information
Binnie Summers, Daniel Aranoff.
Juda Kvers. Sherine Dearr and
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Iday. January 22, 1965
. lenlsii thfldlti
Paqe 1 IB
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
r* *M
Jt's Not Love but Acceptance We Demand
'TFc last "f thf
short men."' that's
what ihey called
him back yon-
dor, back home
on the plains.
H e s on the
* nether side of
[l_a blunt square fellow. Yet
pitched himself against the
'uns. And he was fast, and he
povc hard, and he won his share
points. The name of the game
las basketball. The place was
jw York. The measure of the
|an was not his height; rather
i> the discipline, the dedica-
pn to excellence he brought to
|e situation that explains him.
. scored high, way back then,
low. today, as a teacher and in-
Tvator in the educational field,
is still scoring hiuh.
for Bert Kleiman is assistant
Tfnrfpal Jgton Junior High School in the
fort Oi wli.it ha- oificially been
fcsignated *- > slum area The
Ms who uo to thi- school are
literally poor, apathetic and the
raduates inexcusably inferior as
pi.int. equipment and instruc
On They are Negro, and Dr.
leiman is a .lew and .i Yankee
boot
Higher Horizons
IWhi'ii Dr. Kleiman came 10
ter T. Washington, he found
kids were two or more years
und grade level in readme,
initiated an action project
lied Higher Horizons.
[The goal wa.s to try on a broad
Ini to raise the aspirational and
jtural levels of these kids
through varied activities," said
Bert Kleiman We began brinn-
OUtside speakers to the school
film-. We organized field
> to places ot cultural inter-
such a- art galleries and inn-
DR. BERT KlflMAH
a good job
spurns Math
li red "
tutoring .i- "i
,\ >< ar an i ictober, sou set
enth graders were tested in read
it: and in math In reading, only
fifty students were on grade
l, vel in math, onlj thirty.
in Apnl. when we retested
them." -aid Dr. Kleiman. "12S
were on grade level in reading
and 130 m math."
Volunteers Help
The National Council of Jewi-h
Women is helping on the Higher
Horizons project and has fifteen
volunteers working in the school.
"If I had my way." said Dr.
Kleiman. "these kids would >Jot
the best Thc> deserve the best
teachers, preferably master
teachers who can relate to them
They need concentrated atten-
tion"." arifT fhfy rieerrmore mTTK?y
spent on them."
It took over a year for Dr Klei-
man to establish rapport with the
stafi of Booker T., and with the
students. Probably the only en-
counter many of the kids had
ever had with a Jew was with the
"rent man" or the merchant
whose food and stuff they need-
ed and couldn't afford. And the
color white conjures up many an
image for a Negro child, not the
least of which is arbitrary man-
ipulator of his destiny.
Now, when he walks down the
murky yellow halls of the school,
he gets the big hello
'One of the many things I en-
joy at Booker T." said Dr. Klei-
man. "is the candidness. the
forthrightnesa of the kids here "
Belt Kleiman isn't greedy II
he can't get a whole loaf, he's
geared himself to accept a mor-
sel "If we can only take a feu
Negro kids to a museum." he
says, "it's hotter than taking
none at all "
Here and Now
He is Jewish and an optimist
He says. "I am not concerned
with an after lire where things
will be better. I'm for rioin^ noun
here and now'
He is an honest man "I took
this job because it makes me feel
good to do a good job. What I'm
talking about is responsible self
interest.' "
He feels a kinship with his stu-
dents and staff. "It's not love
but acceptance we demand."
Formerly, Dr. Kleiman wa.s a
school teacher at Daytona Beach.
He was one of a select group of
educators accepted for a two-year
study program at Harvard. This
was an administrative career pro-
gram functioning under a Ford
Foundation grant The goal of
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the program was to train scholars
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Today, he is not only an assisl
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mittee on Federal Relations. His
duty is to keep the committee
informed on application of fed-
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He is helping to design and co-
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as summer reading groups and
a program for migrant workers
in Dade County
Straight A'*
He teaches at Barry College and
is slated to be in charge of a Na-
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stitute thije. This program's
purpose is to upgrade teachers
Of the culturally deprived
one parting worn for all the
kiddles. Dr. Kleiman always got
straight A's in school.
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Friday, January 22, 1955
Dade Youth Will Tackle Intergroup
Relations Problems at NCCJ Session
Dade County";, youth will tackle
"The Tssnes That Will Aifect Inter-
group Relations in 1965" at a win-
ter institute of the Dade County
Intergroup Youth Council sponsor
ed by the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
The one-day session is scheduled
for Friday at the McAllister Hotel.
from 10 to 4 p.m.
Youth Group
At Beth Tfilah
A get-together breakfast for
young and adult members was held
last Sunday at Congregation Beth
Tfilah.
Plans were tormulated for fu-
ture breakfasts and a lecture ser-
ies to be presented at the Sunday
gatherings by spiritual leader.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky.
President Jack Ciment appoint-
ed Sidney Shapiro and Perry Ci-
ment as heads of a Young Citizens
Committee for the Sunday break
fasts, declaring that "the break
fasts will be designed to attract
the youth of the community to Beth
Tfilah and Orthodox Judaism.'"
In an address delivered at the
initial gathering Rabbi Rackov-
,-ky emphasized the need for "co-
operation between adults and
young people for the furtherance
ol Torah true Judaism "
Arrangements for the breakfast
were headed by Hyman Zeldman,
first vice president of Beth Tfilah
Farband Branch
Meeting Slated
President Manuel Burstein will
conduct the business agenda of the
Farband. Ben-Gurion B r a n c h.
monthly meeting at B p.m., Thurs-
day, Jan. 28.
Cultural portion ol the meeting
ie held al the Farband Cultural
ier. 842 Washington Ave will
be a symposium on Zionism
Participants will be Burstein,
branch president; Bernard Fur-
man, vice president and program
chairman, who will also serve as
moderator; and Phillip Segal, Cul-
tui il Committee member
Keynote speaker at the youth
discussion will be Bill Baggs,
editor of The Miami News and
a national leader in human re-
lations and community affairs.
Rick Show. WQAM personality,
will be master of cermonies at the
noon luncheon.
Four major topics are on the
agenda for discussion groups slat-
ed from 11 to noon and again from
1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Prominent relig
ious. legal, educational and social
figures will lead the meetings.
The first. "Intermarriage and
Dating." will be counseled by Dr.
Herbert Baumbard. of Temple
Beth Am: the Rev. Henry Mc-
Dowell, of Church of the Open
Door; and the Rev. John Nevins.
director of the Catholic Weltare
Bureau.
"Parent-Child Relations'" will be
subject of John Hodgins, counsel
or of the Protestant Service Bu-
reau, and Sister Ruth Albert. Barry
College.
Another topic, "Troubled Chil-
dren: Delinquents, Drop Outs,
Broken Homes, Retarded," will
feature the views of Judge Ben
J. Sheppard, of Dade County Juv-
enile Court; Mrs. Clara Math
ews, special education teacher at
Booker T. Washington High
School; Dr. John Hall Jones, con-
sulting psychologist; and Miss
Marie Roberts, guidance counsel-
or at Booker T. Washington High
School.
A session on "Civil Rights" will
be advised by State Attorney Rich
ml Gerstein; the Rev. Theodore
Gibson, Christ Episcopal Cnurch;
Ernes) Lent, executive director,
Dade Count) Board of Communit)
Relations: and Attorney Tobias
Simon.
Max J Karl, regional director.
National Conference ol Christians
and Jews, will present the sum
mary of the institute following 3
p m reports I r 0 m discussion
group-
Garshag Named
To Fourth Term
As Club Prexy
Max Garshag has been elected
to serve a lourth term as presi-
dent of the Miami Friendly Social
Club.
other officers inducted by Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Con-
gregation, on Sunday are Isidor
Silver and Dave Cashwan. vice
presidents; Joseph Braff. treasur-
er: Jacob Klass. Mrs. Minerva Co-
hen. Mrs Ann Weiss, Mrs. Lena
Rovner, secretaries; Yale Sbulman
and Max Glick, sergeant-at arms.
Members of the board include
Mrs Max Abramowitz. Max Glick,
Mrs. Joseph Braff. Mrs. Isidor Sil-
ver. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Gerstein.
tANIti AMD DIMIJSI
Comic Capers of the Four Ayalons, stars, of the "Echoes of Is-
rael" production at the Miami Beah Auditorium, Feb. 1 and
2, are highlighted in Michael A. Golan's colorful concert. Left
to right are Mordecai Yaron. Baruch Nadav and Gad Mann.
Sitting is Eiten Lev.
Fine Arts Guild
Of Temple Judea
Presents Series
MAX GAKSHAC
Mrs. Goldie Garshag. Mrs. Ray aTl,Ani,cl nic + ris-fc
Russak. Mrs. Minnie Stieglitz. afcl#lllI VISIIIUT)
Mapping Plans
Charles Sokol, Mrs. Pauline Sobel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Rifkin, Mr. and Mrs. plans for several f uture com
Abe Ravinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- bined activities of the Greater Mi
ard Katzman and Louis Rover. ami Districts ot the Zionist Organ
The club meets everv Sunday at ''" America were outlined
2 p.m.. and everv Thursday at 7:30 here at a special meeting of the
The Fine Arts Guild of Temple p.m.. for social evenings, at Beth membership, program and fund
Judea. 320 Palermo^ Cora, Gables. El Congregation. S00 SW 17th Ave. g^~3g; 2 $tf.
has announced a 196.. series of en- chairman of the President -
tertamment. KaQOn Heads JNF Council
This Saturday evening, the first J rAW|1M;,. A A combined meeting of all the
performance will be given by the TOrOH COfTimittee lllsIricts. open t0 the pllbllc and
Sam Kagan. chairman of the bringing to Greater Miami an in
Jewish National Fund Me Ami side report on the recent World
Tor ah Committee, this week an- Zionist Congress by two outstand
This is their first visit to the nouncefl that the Me Ami Torah ing delegates, will be presented on
Miami area Their performance wi ,,,, rotated and read at svna 1VI, ;
will be followed by a movie. ,,,,., thr()Ugnout the area during The affair will also be the kick-
Hand in Hand. ,m. 1935 _,.ason off for a membership drive and for
on Wednesday. Feb. 24, Sydney The Me Ami Torah has been giv- "Z" Month slated to start Feb. S
J Harris, syndicated columnist en fo thc jewish National Fund of and end with a victory celebration
and lecturer, will speak on "The Greater Miami by Keren Kavemeth Mar 10.
Dilemmas of Modern Man." Ques- Lclsr;l(,| and lsrae] Ministry of ------------------
tion and answer period will fol- Religion ln exchange for the Tor- ..'. .'... ..l.TTT------
'"w ah which the Miami delegation
On Sunday. Mar. 21. the Israeli brought to Israel when Me Ami. a
Troubadors will present young Is- frontier settlement on the Jordan
rael in songs and music, plus Ma- ian border, was dedicated two
rie Misakura, Japan's Liberace years ago
iel and Dimitri. with songs and
music of Israel and other lands.
New Year for Trees
Hebrew and Sunday School stu-
dents of Beth Kodesh celebrated
the "New Year lor Trees'' on S,in-
(a> al 10 a.m A tree was planted
in honor of the occasion.
Pharmacists Bid
Puliver Farewell
Farewell testimonial dinner hon-
oring Jack Puher took place on
Sundaj. Jan 10, at the Everglades
Hotel The occasion was the hon
oree's departure for Israel, where
he plan- to make his permanent
home.
Two plaques were awarded to
Pulver by the Alpha Zeta Omi
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
WANTED
Experienced with sick and elderly.
Alto will take core of 1 or 2 children.
live in. Call Anne Maiin
Ph. 538-1495
"The symbolic and eternal tie .....
between the Jewish people has w~w*wwww~-*www*-ww~~www*-w~
thus been strengthened," said ., .
Ambassador Jacob Tsur, world MAN tO WORK in PAWN SHOP
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund in Jerusalem. Ambassador
Tsur is one of Israel's foremost
diplomats, ard was former am-
bassador to France and Argen-
tina. He is presently chairman
of the World Zionist Action Com-
mittee.
"The Me Ami Torah is now be-
Experienced preferred, permonent,
good opportunity. References desired
FR 4-4385
Evenings HI 5 6836
Fraternity of the pharmacy pro-
fess on. as well as Iron, the South- [w n'.;"1 !" g* van""- "JW.W1
easl Florida Pharmaceutical Asso-
ciation.
Jack Davis, acting as master of
ceremonies, presented Puher with
a leather traveling bag.
WIDOWER
in the Sixties, wishes to meet
eligible lady. Please write
1758 N.W. 113th Terrace
Miami, Fla. 33167
well received and serves as i re- ........................
minder of the all-inclusive pur-
here said Kagan at a recent Ex
ecutive Board meeting, "II i- very
poses nl the Jewish National Fund,
for JNF is engaged in reclaiming
the soil and the soul of the Jewish
people.
"Before reading the Torah. we
impress upon the congregation the
need for continued support of the
Jewish National Fund, its present
role in the upbuilding and reclaim-
Presentation of the plaques was mg ,,f lhl, [an made by Sam Sloban. director of stin two-thirds desert and the ur-
the AZO Fraternity, and Al Hein- et>nt task which JNF periorm- m
hardt. president of the Southeast strengthening the security of the
Florida Pharmaceutical Associa |state of Israel by building secur-
ity roads on the frontiers and es-
Speakers included John Stac*
nik, of the Florida Board of
Pharmacy; Ben Saks, secretary-
manager of the Southeast Flor-
ida Pharmaceutical Association;
and State Rep Kenneth Myers.
tion.
Last summer. Pulver represen-
ted the state and local pharma-
ceutical groups at the dedication
I of the new School of Pharmacy at
Ein Karem. Israel, site of the med-
ical complex of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Mrs. Julius Kasden offered a pro
| gram of Israeli songs. Also featur-
! ed was magic by the "Amazing
Moishe."
tabhshing frontier settlement';."
Serving with Kagan are co-chair-
men. Max Affachiner and also Sam
Schachno. financial secretary of
the Jewish National Fund of Great-
er Miami.
Zamora USY
To be Honored
Cultural Events
Due at Zamora
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Tem-
ple Zamora. announces a once-a-
month cultural evening.
The cultural evenings will be
held at the Temple during the week
and will have as guests lecturers
and panels of speakers prominent
WIDOW, 50 YEARS,
Miami resident, ownina beautiful
home with incomewishes to meet
refined gentleman. Please give phone
Write:
Mrs. W.F.Y., Box 2973, Miami 33101
Attend
services
tfiis week
atuour own
btaceof
worship
Temple Zamora I'SY members
and their families will be honored
at Friday evening services con-j in their particular fields A ques.
ducted by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. I tion and answer period will fol
Students participating in the cer- i low each session. The cultural eve
emony will be Edward Greenberg. nings are free and open to the pub-
Robert Kussner. Mark Pollack, lie.
Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers, 1216 Normandy Dr., has added a
mobile truck to its many facilities in order to service Bar Mi'z-
vahs. weddinqs and parties with refrigerated kosher foods at
private homes. Sand-Ell also services hotels with hot and
cold hors d'oeuvres on a whole-ale and retail basis. The firm
is owned and operated by Sol Weiss.
Zadik Shapiro. Naomi Smukler and
j Clara Zion.
Young people 13 and over are
' eligible to join the Temple USY
| group, which sponsors study pro- cal School,
grams, as well as outside activi! The first cultural evening will
ties, including bowling, paper sales, i take place on Wednesday. Feb. 3,
I car washes I at g p.m.
This months cultural evening
discussion will feature Dr Max
well Dauer. professor of radiology
at the University of Miami Medi-
Hl 8-4994
When the


Friday, January 22. 1965
* Jew 1st fhridinti
Paqe 13-B
J3<*r :-;:' ''
Teresa Bachus
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
|t the Bas Mitzvah of Tereaa,
lUghter nf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
kaehus. on SatTrfrray.-*n. 23. at
lemplc F.manu-El.
1 Tereaa attends seventh grade at
lautilus Junior High School, and
lays flute in the band. Her in
rests include ice skating and the
hdy Of the piano.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Witrogen.
lami Beach. Teresa s grandpar
Its. will attend the ceremony.
The celebrant will be honored at
luncheon following the service ;it
liiy'.s Fish Market, and at a re-
ption at her home in the eve-
W
Randy Ponitiman
lhavat Shalom Congregation will
hi' the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Handy Nathan Ponitzman during
Saturday morning services on Jan.
23.
A"ninth grader at Riviera Junior
High, Handy plays trombone in
the school band. A member of
Troop 283. he is a Star Scout, and
his hobbies include swimming and
short wave radio for which he
hopes to receive his amateur li-
cense this summer
Kiddush in the celebrant's hon-
or, hosted by his father. Morris R.
Ponitzman, will follow the cere-
mony
Rebecca Ponitzman
Rebecca, daughter 11 Morris R,
Ponitzman, B961 SVi 37th Ter will
observe her Bas Mitzvah at Aha-
val Shalom Congregation on Fri-
Howard Schufmon Teresa Bachus Charles Silverman Randy Ponitiman
4':.-;\ *
Rebecca Ponitiman
Samuel Jacks
?wish Studies College Cpens
| : semester ol the College
(Jewish studies opened on
la> at Beth David C mgrega-
5W 3rd Ave.. Miami, Be-
ing to an announcement by
Iph Cohen, Bureau ol Jewish
cation president.
ps section oi the college i- co-
bored bj Beth David Congre- ,i,i>tice."
On and other Jewish congroga-
Of the Southwest area of
li.
equ-.ner, intermediate and
kanced Hebrew courses will
[offered, in addition to a sp-
forum course, "A Changing
igogue." Rabbi Eliezer Levi,
Jng rabbi of Beth David, will
the instructor.
i] Deuteronomy Instructors "ill
be Benjamin Niedzwetzki a n d
Schw artzman.
forum course will trace the
of the origins of the House
Jrayer through Biblical times
tg the days of the synagogue
p.m.. a special I o r u m
i urse will be offered on the sub-
ject oi 'What We Jew- Believe,"
including discussion ol "Bod) and
Soul," "Freedom of Will," -Social
'Reward and Punish
ment." "Family Purity," "Torah
and Knowledge" and "Messiah
and the Better World Order "
The revolving faculty will con-
sist of Rabbi Solomon Schiff of
Beth El Congregation; Rabbi Sam.
uel April, oi Temple Or Olom: Dr
.Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau consult-
ant; Rabbi Morns Skop, of Tem-
ple Beth Shir ah; Schwartzman;
and Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Tem-
ple Judea.
The eight sessions will continue
through Mar. 15. Courses are open
to all teachers of Greater Miami
in the peiiod ol the second torn- an monwcalih and rabbinical sources m(||.(, lllU,MVI. approach to Jew-
during th.- Middle a, until mod- jrfl education
era lynagogue. The course will ------.-------------------------------------------
daacriix' the role oi the early syna-
gogue and the syngogue of today.
Coll com--.- are open to all
teach- and '"
ncr 11 public interested in
pre intensive approach to
1 education The faculty inn
hit Hershel Berman, Gre
kranz. Louis Gadon, a n d
m Levi.
^B ,rars '"r ""' college are
Schwartzman. director ol the
in ol Jewish Education, and
I; in, education director of
Da id Congre al
lecond branch of the college
Dpi n on Mondaj. Jan. 25, at
tic Or Olom. The first hour
offer courses in Hebrew,
^r in Sephardit, and thi
llcnder Will
^k to Zionists
Miim Beach Councilman Ma)
^^^Bndei'. who ha-
as li' mayor Of Miami Beach.
will be uc-t iv aker at the next
weekl> I uncheon Club meeting oi
the Miami Beach District of the
Zionist ( W :ani/ation ol America
on ^fcdnexlay. 12:15 p.m.. at the
RiUfla/a Hotel.
Jtaige Englander i- a past presi-
dent*.! the Miami Beach Zionist
District and has been a leader in
the.Mil'i-< u- Masonic Lodge, lie
hisls" served as national deputy
JudajT Advocate for the Jewish
War \'iiterans and was Justice ol
the eace for the Miami Beach
area foi live v. .us prior to hit.
election .< city councilman.
Judge Knglander will discuss
"On th< Street Where You Live."
Abe juluii. < ne of lhe founders of
thcAann Beach Zionist District,
will fce honored at the luncheon.
Rubin, who has been a member of
the Sard ol Directors and an offi-
cer oi the Miami Beach Zionist
District for many years, was re-1
cenfB com mended by the organi-
zation "for the outstanding work
he did as ticket chairman of the
Sixth annual Cavalcade of Israel
Stars at the Miami Beach Audi-
day evening. Jan. 22.
A student at Riviera Junior
High. Rebecca plays French horn
in the school concert band. She
also plays piano, is an active Girl
Scout, and her hobbies include
swimming and basketball.
An Otn : Shabbat in the cele-
brant's honor will follow the Si i
v Ice.
Nina Simka
On Friday ev nin -. Jan
Nina, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs
Abe Simka, will i ecome Bas M
i. al the Israelite Center. Rabbi
S I Swirskj will officiate,
Cantor Louis Cohen will render Ihe
liturgy,
Nina is in the eighth grade at
Shenandoal Junior- High. She is
in honor student and i- also in
. ho >l chorus.
The Simkas will have open house
on Sunday to honor their daugh-
ter
Howard Schulman
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah Oi Howard, son
of Mrs. Peggj Schulman, on Sal
urday, Jan. 23. at Temple Emanu-
El
Howard attends eighth grade ol
Nautilus Junior High School He
has won award- in science and his
hobbies include fishing and swim
tiling
Howard's grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs A. J. Molasky. of Miami
Beach.
The celebrant will be honored at
a luncheon following the service in
Sirkin Hall, and at a dinner and
dance in the evening at the Im-
perial House.
it *
Sandra Hersh
Friday evening, Jan. 22. at Tem-
ple Or Olom. Sandra Hersh. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul li rsh
will be Bas Mitzvah. Rabbi Sam
n i April will officiate.
Sandra is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Rockway Junior High
School. Her hobbies are music,
art and sports.
the li.i- Mitzvah will
be her Sam Hei I
V'-.v York, and grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs s. Weissman, Miami.
Samuel Jacks
uel Jacks, andson of Mr
and M : Jacks, 17230 N\\
Kith ("t.. will be Bar Mitzvah Sat-
) i ng, Jan. 23. al Temple
A.Luti) Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E.
plan will conduct the services,
and Cantor Maurice Neu will chant
the liturgy.
Sam is a seventh grade student
at Parkway Junior High, and e*
eels in physical education.
Kiddush reception will be sen i I
in honor of the celebrant at the
close of the service. A fannh din-
ner will be held at Michel's Res
taurant, Normandy isle, on Satur-
day night.
* *
Charles B. Silverman
Rabbi F.liezer A. Levi and Can
tor William W Lip-on will offici-
ate at services on Saturday morn-
ing. Jan 23. in Beth David Syna
gogue when Charles B., son of
Mr- Sara Silverman and the late
Sydney M, Silverman. 2320 SW
15th St.. will be Bar Mitzvah.
Charles is an A student in both
Hebrew and secular studies He
had been spelling champion of
Shenan loah Elementary School for
Six consecutive years and. as
champion, represented his school
in the Dade County Spelling Bee
finals recently.
II was voted outstanding stu-
dent of in-, school upon graduation,
or which he received an award
and trophy His hobbies include
n politics -lamp and coin*
collecting,
Kiddush reception in Beth '
Spector Hall will he held
lowin the sert ices Gucsl fro u
ada, w ill ii.. lude h -
. randmother, Mrs Charles B.
Model.
'Career Clinic1
Program Here
A limited number of openings
remain in the first "Career Clinic''
vocational guidance program for
junior and senior high school stu-
dents.
The program, sponsored by Jew-
ish Vocational Service, oilers in-
dividual testing and counseling to
help teen-agers choose a career
based on their intelligence, abil-
ities and personalities.
"Career Clinic" is administered
by Mrs Ruth Rosenberg, ma. un-
der the supervision of Dr. Michael
Goodman, executive director of
JVS. A nominal tuition fee is
charged for the program
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Friday. January 22, 1965
JDC Official
To Speak Here
Monday Evening
Mrs. Lydia Eskenazi, public re-
lations director of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee in Greece,
will fccguest speaker at -the Nrst
eeting oi the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Board of Governors
or Monday evening, it was an-
tounced by Sidney Lefcourt, Fed-
eration president.
The meeting will take place at
the new YM and YWHA. 8500 SW
Mh St., at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the Board of Gov-
ernors will be taken on a guided
tour for a first-hand look at the
facilities and grounds which com-
prise the headquarters of the
new "Y."
Mrs. Eshkenazi was the first em-
ployee hired by the Joint Distribu
tion Committee when JDC opened
its otfice in Greece after liberation
in 1945. She had tone into hiding
jn 1943 when the Germans initiated
their actions against Greek Jews,
and remained hidden until the
country was liberated some 13
Tionths later
Mrs Eskenazi has 20 years ol ex
perience dealing with the reha-
bilitation of European Jewry, and
ias served both the JDC and the
L'nited MAS Service in Greece
I day, -h" still holds the double
responsibilit)
Workmen's Circle
To Open Office
Workmen's circle Coordinating
Committee held a meeting at 25
Washington Ave last week to com-
plete details for opening an office
for Greater Miami and Rroward
County.
Nat Peskin. national director ol
membership activities, was here
from New York for the meetings
and discussions with representa-
tivea of all five branches.
Opening of the office is set for
Feb. 1. which will be locate?) at
140 Lincoln Rd
Coordinating Committee announc-
ed that Mrs Ida Poston, currently
English-speaking secretary for the
5. ithern District of the Workmen's
. irele, will be executive secretary
for the Greater Miami Workmen -
Circle
The Workmen's Circle is cur
rentlj conducting its 65th jubilee
membership drive, which will end
with a national convention in
May. 1966.
Coordinating Committee elected
the following as the Office Com-
mittee; Marry Schuldiner. Branch
1050. chai'/m.-in; Isidot* Cohen.
Branch 692. vice chairman; Murray
Gold. Branch 1059. treasurer; and
Mrs. Sara Gold. Mrs Nathan Goon
and Sam Wiener
MRS. irDIA ESKENAZI
Hebrew Students
Are Consecrated
Some 120 beginning 11 e h r e w
school students participated in
the annual consecration ceremony
at Friday evening services. 8:30
p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation,
George Katzman. chairman. Board
0l Education, announced.
Rabbi Max a Lipschitz, spirit-
ual leader, blessed the students
D stribution ol certificates of
consecration was bj Richard Snei-
, president oi the congregation;
Mi Adrian Kaufman, youth vice
president oi the VIollie Kahaner
Sisterhood; Mrs Stanley stem.
president of Sisterhood; Jules Gor
an. president, Men's Club: and
Katzman,
Instructors of the nrst grade
i lassi are Mrs Morris Levin.
Mrs Jack Diamond and Saul SOS-
novski. Under the direction of
Miss Carole McKenzie, music di-
rector., the students participated
in a cantata entitled The Learn-
ing of Torah "
Jessel to Emcee
Variety Show
America's most famous master
ol ceremonies will do the honors
at the Varietj Club's spectacular
three hour "Show of Show- on
rhursdaj night, Feb *, at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium. _
Ge i. Jes tel, fchown as the
"toastmaster general of the I in-
ted States," will emcee the extra\
nza tor the benefit ol Varietj
Children's Hospital,
Ail proceeds go to Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, which recently
added three new wings to take
care of the ever increasing number
ol young patients.
The 'show ol Shows" is being
produced for the seventh year b)
Sammy Walsh, one ol the nation's
best known and popular corned
ians for three decades.
Chief Barker is Henry Oxell.
who announced that tickets are
now available at Variety Club in
the Robert Clay Hotel and at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
Book Review
Winners Revealed
Winners of the annual Book Re-
view Contest sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education in cele-
bration of National Jewish Book
Month were announced this week
by Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau
First prize was awarded to Rita
Norton, ol the Bureau Central He-
brew High School, who re\ lewed
'Casl a Giant Shadow," by Ted
Berkman: second prizi I i I' ane
Jacobstein, ol 1 Beth Am,
who reviewed "Gentlemen \
merit.' by Laura Z Hobson; third
prize, to Maxine Cohen, Beth Da-
vid Congregation, who reviewed
"Exodus." by Leon Iris
Fourth prize was awarded to
Ava Goldman, of Temple Beth
Sholem. Hollywood, who reviewed
Hillcl the Elder," fifth prize, to
Mark Hershey. of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, for "Exo
dus." by Leon I'ns: and a special
honorable mention to Lynn Rosen-
blatt, of Temple Beth Am. for her
review of "Exodus "
Prizes to winners include copies
of recent Encyclopedias of Jewish
Knowledge.
The first three winners will ap-
pear on a special television pro-
gram to be held in the early part
of February in ("operation with
Metro Agency
Elects Ferdie
Ainslee R. Ferdie was recently
elected vice chairman ol rle Met-
ropolitan Hade County Urban Re-
newal Agency, The 34-year-old
: Gal le- attorney was an orig-
inal member of the agenc) and re
d ntly appointed for a second term
. the Hade County Commission
He has served as chairman of
the agency's Relocation Commit-
tee and is representative to the
Dade Count} Ann Poverty Task
Force.
The new vice chairman is state
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans ar.d its national legis-
lative co-officer, president of
the Greater Miami BBYO Board
of Directors, vice president of
the South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, and presi-
dent of Temple Zamora.
He is on the Board of Directors
of the Coral Gables Bar Associa-
tion. Coral Gables Citizen's Com-
mittee. Coral Gables Optimist
Club. Dade County Young Demo-
cratic Club and vice president of
the Miami Multiple Sclerosis As-
sociation
He I- a member of the Commit-
tee <>n Public Regulation of Land
i -e of the American Bar Associa-
tion Section on Real Property and
Probate Law He is also secretary
i the Junior Conference of the
I ed e r .i c i o n Interamericana de
Vbogi
HtRMAN
GR5FN
New CRT Unit
To be Formed
Mrs Eva Shapiro will host a
"coffee" in her Harbor House
Apartment, IQ2M Collins Ave.. on
Wednesday, 10 a.m.. ior the pur-
pose of forming a new ORT Chap
ter.
Guest speaker will be Mrs Harry
Rosenblatt, national vice president
and chairman of the Field Exten-
sion Committee for the Southern
area
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association on its Sunday pro-
gram. The Still Small Voice "
Miami Ad Men
Receive Awards
Two of the most distinguished
wards in the Florida advertising
industry were presented to Jack
I. Green, chairman of the board
H Miami-based Bishopric Green-
Fielden. Inc.. and Hal Herman.
president of Hal Herman Associ-
ates, inc.. at the Advertising Club
i| Greater Miami dinner last week
at the Everglades Hotel.
Grei n vas recipient ol the Ad-
vertising Federation ol Amer i a
Printer'* ink silver medal aw
yen for "a distinguished life-
time achievement in ertis
ing industr)
Herman was honored as the 1961
advertising personalitj oi the year
for his active leadership in estab
lishing the nev Russell E v<"
field Advertising and Marketim
laboratory at the L'niversitj ol
Miami
Green's award is the third
time in the past six years a
member of B-G-F has won the
silver tredal recognition. Pre-
viously, E-G-F President Karl
Bishopric and Senior Vice Pres-
ident Charles Whitebrook re-
ceived the honor.
A founding member of the Art
Directors Club, as well as a long
time member of the Advertising
Club of Greater Miami. Green has
been with B-G-F. Florida's largest
advertising agency, lor nine war
He is a veteran of 25 years in
the advertising industry, Previous
asp ciati ms I n c i u d e tree lance
work in New York City, art direc
tor of United Advertising Agencj
and president of Jack I (,
Studios. Green attended Pratt In-
-tit'-,
Herman, a former United Press
respondent and a resident of
M ami lor :n years, is presently
second vice president and a mem-
ber o| the Board oi Directors ol
the Surfs I, i;a] Harbour Chamber
oi Commerce.
While attending the University
of Florida, he was selected for
the university's Hall of Fame
and "Who's Who in the South anc*
Southwest." His company repre-
sents a number of leading north-
ern newspapers.
Herman is a past president of
the Advertising Club of Greater
Miami.
Presenting Green with the silver
medal award at the Ad Club din
ner was 1963 recipient L. L. (Duke)
Zimmerman. Herman was given
his swart by last year's winner,
Kav Rickles.
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D'CIA1 C'RCU'T N AND
ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
13154 (Judge Wisehearti
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ICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN THI COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND I OR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR DA IN PROBATE
No. t549S-C
IN RR: bi
siKiiP. iikki mi:i;i:i.. iikkie
siuki. KCKIE .-ii:.; \i BKKIE
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riCE TO CREDITORS
To All Oteil in: :in.i All Persona Hay-
ing ClalaSl 'i I M-in.iiids AuaiiiHt Said
Kstnt,
Vnu are I.
ed to pr i'lalm* and dentandc
which jxmi in.. 'i'<
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IIKKIB IKiIKI.. IIKKI SII:i:K.I..
HI'IKIB acKI.. HKCKIK SIKOAI.,
I1KKIK aR<:i:i. ml MIIS. II. HIOEL.
deveawed I i l>i'i County, Flor-
ida, to tli. 'iinly Jiulxis of I'ado
<-..nnty, an ii, i;,. -am.- in dupllrate
and aa P' i.l.'.l In S..ti..n 7SS.K,
Florida fltni'ii..i. in their olflcea In
tin- (^^|n i '.nn tlioiisi- I >a.l<
t> FTorM i 'I. n.lai
montha finn I It.- lime of the firnt
pnldkvthMi In if, oi the mini.' will
! barred.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATL
No. 65550-C
IN HH I:
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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You ..... In .
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to the Ci i i : .
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Statuti I' nn -
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.a. or thi rtlll I. Ii
I >ated ut .Miami I rldn th
da> iry, \ I ;
VN \ :tti' i: Hi IHWIN
v ~ Vdniinl tralrix
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III, vth dn i of January, l J*J>
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ne> fi -r A Iri X
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Miami. PI I -J-*
l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND I
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14241
ST VXI.KV IIKKOKII.
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SIS' \ si'KI' I'. 'TH l'\R. INC .
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO Jl'l.ll Mi iNimi.l.n
I!.nn.. Italj
l'i i VRTIII'K II KI.KVKN
l,j nn, Mo 'i !. ;- ii-
Vi.i VRK IIKHBHV N. .ill n:i. that
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innituau.. on the foUoalna .u>.iil..,i
p. is- ual jn operl y, i-
Val'loll- all.l Sinn!'> llla.li II. I \ alnl
. 'iiiij'in. ni as f.i]|\ dem-ribed in that
r. rtnin Chatti'l Mt taiiK< dnted
s. |.i. nil., i ll. IMS, and i. r.i. .1 n
i mi. i l I:.-, in .1- I look : II ..i I ..-.
181 .a the Public It. nrd> id l> Ii
* 'nunl I'l. .ii.l.i .
ii..~ Ih i. tilt-i ujcuinal -on ami you
ace i ...|tiir. v ";
aii-u.i or other plendliui lo iiil com-
i>l.. nt upon ih. I"... n 11' i attorn, j n,
Tallanoff, Waller A. I.ltinau, VM I -in -
,"ln P.. a.I. Mi..it,i P.... li. Klorlda, and
fi!,- ...in .ii or other
pleadlnii in the office id Ihi Cleric ,.i
the I ii. nil i "ii i In ami f i I 'a.!.-
I'oiinn. i'l.ii.ila. ..ii 't ii. t.ii.. in.- l"ili
.la> .it l-'.-lilil.. I > I'.tl".. Ii \.-n fall to
i dn mi, .1,1,1,4111. ni Ii) .;. i.i ilt v. ,11 be
taken attain*! you for the relief de-
in..mil.I in tin* compla lit.
Iin. uotli Khali be |>uhllhed
a week i',i rui ill i"ti>......". a'eeka I
in Tin Jewish i".. i i.i i.i n. Miami,
Florida.
IKI.NK ..ml IIRPKUBII ni Miami.
Florida, till* lib da) ..f January, 1965.
i: p. i.i: VTHKKMAN, CIi rk
Circuit I'.niii. I i.i.i. County, Florida
i.-. all 11} : I.. S.VKKUKN
I teputy Clerk
Tallanoff, \\ all. t ... Litman
Attorne) f"i i'lulntlfl
120 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Kla
By: Marie Lltinan i 8-15-J2-J9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65454-B
IN RE: Batata of
PAI I. D. BANFDRD,
I... axed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ami All Pi'tsom- llav-
:iik I'laims or I'.niamlH Atainsl Bald
Batate:
Y..ii arc hereby notified and re-
quired to preaenl anj claims ami de-
i".iml which you may have ai;alm-t
the eatata "f PAUL D. 8ANFOKD.
.1......a-.il late of DADR County, Plot-
Ida,, to the Couuty .ludt-'.-s of I'a.l.
Count)", and file the name in duplicate
uni aa providi .1 In M i l Ion I ',;.
Klorlda Htatutea, In their offlcea in
the County Courthouae In Dade Coun-
tv, Florida, within -i\ oalefidar monthe
from the lime of the rirt-i publication
hereof, ..t the aame win be barred
tinted Bl Miami. Florida, thli Bth
.lav ..i Jai nary, A I 1965
i'l. \l LI-: M H \K.\KS
\> Vdmln -i i tor
i i vfi>E m iiarxf:h
\ in t, i Vdininlat i utur
ilumi t Bid
I i' .'_' 29, -
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL C RCUH AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14242
ST WI.KY P.KKiiKI!
\ I j \N SIR >K. I'll.,
NOTICE Or PUflLICATION
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i 'ount) I- loi Ida, n r befi
. : ". If > oil rail I"
do Judcmeni by default will be
i.i.n.l.'i in il,. complaint
Thl* notice shall la publl-hcil once
a w i. I'H ("in ill. -ii-' cut I Vl '-
iii The J. w i-i: l'i. ii -nil. i ii. M ml,
Florida.
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Tallanoff, Waller a.- Litman
Attorne) f..i Piaii'.uii
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Hi : Merli Lit nan
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT,OUS NAME LAW
N' itii'i: is iii:i:i:i:y hivkn
the uti'i. i-i_ro-'l, ilcsiriiiu to enitaa
bualm hi under the 'i' tltlou> i
i'.PiiSS SHAW .v CiMPAN\ ..
Ainale) llulldinir, Miami. Florida
tend i" reslatei salil name
i 'i. i k ..I l he 'ii cult i 'niiri "I I
I '.Ullllv Kl.niila
i;ii.p.ki:t .: Iti >ss
MAWVKI.I. II SHAW
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ni: VL i.i:\ INK
MAPS' I'AP.Kl:
Vttoi in') f"i Applii ants
1012 Ain.-l.v P.IiIl.
Miami, Fla. 1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65616-C
IX RE: Batate of
JACOB sl'l'NIi
III .-. ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'.. All Creditor* ami All Person* Hnv-
Imi Claim* or liumanda Asalnal Said
EMtM:
v..u a i > Ii. I'eb) mil ilii-il R ml
quired to |ire*enl an) claim* and de-
maii.ls which you may have a-uln.-I
the estate ..r JACOB SPL'ND, de-
ceased late of i'..i. County, Florida,
to i he i 'ount) Juda-i ol I >adi > 'oui t).
ami file the sain, in duplicate and is
provided In Section ;:::;.in. Flo ins
Statutes, in their offlcea in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In i'a.l.- County, Flor-
ida, within Bix calendar month* ii.-iti
ih. time of ih. nisi puhllcatlon here-
of, r the same will be barred.
Dated al Minn'. Florida, ihi- 2nd
da' of .laiiii.ii v. a.I>. 1965.
* Min.i.n: si'ixn
* DAVIDA I'l'NU LBXHl HI
s zi:i.n.\ sri'Nn ciiANNixt;
.\s BxecutliS
hi; st publication of ibis notice on
i he 2Jmi tin \ oi Januar) -
1>\\ ll> P ATSMAX, KSO.C1RB
Aii' -ii,.' for Bxi en' i\
PM j-:. Fiaa-li r st
Miami, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65315 B
IN RK Eetat. ..f
'.in: BHRBXRFMCH, also known
a* VBRAF1 \M i:iii:i:m:i:i. ii.
i......-..i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn loi mil All P. I son* 11
ina *" ni' i i i- in.11.'is vigali
' il
Vi u i.....,. .1
liy i ... ,
i hav. ...
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n a* Vb aha in Knreiw
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ly. in ui I
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trix C.T.A
IV. il \ : ... NEI SON
Vitorneya I V : .'i'l'. Lincoln ltd Ml mil It. ai ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65641 B
; in RK i:-
Mi Ut flJJi IRE IRViNi: STKIN-
II \ Pi. I a ii Mi IRTIMl llll:
STF.IXHARDT,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,nc H v-
.-,.' i., iii.in,l- .Vgainsl -s.i i
B '
. ii and re-
.itiii. ii ii. present an) claim* h nd de-
mand* which you may have aaaltiMi
. Ktate .f MORTIAH IRK IRVIXO
iSTBINHARDT a ka MORTl.MoRB
STKIN II VRHT di Peasi .1 ate ol Bade
County, Florida, to the Count) Judges
. ,t I >a ... Oounty, and file the aame n
duplicate and as provided In Section
rids Statutes, in thi ir "i -
: .- in the Count) 'ourthoi
i mdi i "ounl >. Blot fi.i. w itiiiii six i
i-nitiir months from the time of the
iblicatlon hi '. "i i he same
..'. ill i... bin '
Ban l at Miami, Florida, this I8lh
ilav of Januai y, A.D 196.'
:: \i l.:: STFJINHAItOT u k a
i-1:1 I N STK1NHARDT
.\s F'.xecutrlx
ni -i publii ai i-ii "i i iis notice on
in 22nd du) ..I Januar).
MYKRS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorn .** for Executrix
H w 1st sir. !
Miami, Florida
i 12-29, : :-\-:
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jen/sti fhrkUan
solicits your legal notice*.
VV appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service ai legal
rates .
trial FR -1605
(or messenger service
L.1EGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiOUS NAME LAW
Xi'TIi'K, IS HEREBY OIVFIN I bat
the underslKned, desli nu i" nuam I i
iiiiMii- s- under the flctit '
ni \ a IXTERXATIi iNAI. al Suite
inl'i. Chamber "l Commerce Bulldina
intend to register -ail name with ths
i "Ii rk of the Circuit 'out i ol Ba
i 'ount). I lorida,
ISA-AC RI ll iPli.il'i:/.
SAM i'.P.i iSr-M A v
vriCTon i.i:\ini:
Attorne) for Applii int*
SIS InRruham Ulda
1 la-22-29. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
XOT1CK 19 HBRKBV (1IVEX that
ll indei nianed, desl to el
hush..... iid.'i 1
SKVRICN INSCRAXCK AC.F:N'Y ..I
Ni: h Street. Still ...
i- with I '"
i 'ount i',
i
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a F'b
NOTICE U\DER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
v i ni i: is in::: S i
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YIKINli APARTMBN
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Iliaili,
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Bali i I
dai
v'lKiNi; rf:alty CIIMI'AN V
SCHi iNKKLB .v FBLDMAN
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Miami, I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65557-A
IN KK Eatate ol
MIRIAM S BRILL
l'..V.I-1'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Pel.....- Huv-
Ins Claims or Beiiuuide .Vxulnsl Said
tSatate:
You are h.-ri-h) notitiail and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mand* which you ma) have asalnst
the eatate of MIRIAM s OR I LI. ill -
ceased Ute of n.VPK County, Florida,
NOTICE Ui'iOER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
XiyriCB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih-. uni.' si'..'ii.'il. deairins to ensaaie In
business undei the fictitious name of
Vnl 'Nil LAXD KAMllnNS a I '"'.l
j Hardlns Avenue, Surfslde, Florida in-
j ti nd* in rettlater sai.i name with the
I Clerk of ih Circuit L'oui i oi I >ade
Counl I. F*li 'a
PIJK-PAT. INC
B) PKi: TRPPER
;-. reaai > -Treasurer
1/22-29, 2 a-l-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64604-A
I N I: I' i'
\l VNI I'L W BIN BKRI !ER
I'.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Cn nd All Per* n* Hal
Ins i' I.,- a Beimind* Aaaln*l Sa I
\ ,,i. hei I" i" >'- ,l and I -
quired present an) claims and di
ml* w in. li ymi -.uii-i
i h. estati tVeinbericer de-
ceased li li of i lade i' iunt). K'."i Ida,
!.. the Count) .iini-. s of 1 lad, I 'ount) .
and file iin -nn. in duplicate and aa
il, .1 in Set lion 7" : 16, Ploi Id
Statutes, In tin in i he enti-
ty Coin thouse in I 'an i F*Ioi -
Ida. within six calendar months from
thi mm of the first publication here-
of, or Hi. same will be barred.
I 'ai.il at Miami. Florida, ihi- 1 Hh
.l.iv .a January, A.D
K ll W K1XBERGBR
\- i.'m-i utor
I'i't publication of ihi- notice un
I the r.^ii d) "f Januar). 19
HOWARD P IIIKSi'll
\ riii-j '"' Executor
|1 -.i' n. l :!wl
Miami, Kla
1 1 -- - LVl -.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICF: IS HEREBY HIVEN that
ih. in .i. -IJH...I. dealrina lo pnaaue in
business under the fictitious name of
atiikva at l""" K. 2Srd Street, Hla-
l. aii mt. mis I.. reKisti said name
n Itli ih.- i'I.i k of the > "lrcult Court
ui Bade County, Florida
JOHN S TuMASKI.I.l
' Bi luel, Albert, Weiss .> Lyon*
Vttm n., > for Applicant
lli'.;' W, Flagler St.. Miami. I'll
I |.".-22-29, '-' :
in tin- County Judse* of Dade O
tv, ami fil.. the sain,' in dtipllcutl
a.- provided in Section 7.T'..i. ki..
Statutes, In their offlcea In the Ci
ty Courthouae In Dade County, F'
Ida, within ix calendar montha f
the time of the first publication hi
of. or the same will he h.iir.il
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
.lav ,.f January. A I>. 1068.
SOPH IK III <>P.
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
the iih .lav of January, I9(
RICHARD NE1-->'N
Atuirneya flrr Executrix
60S Lincoln Rmnd
Miami Heath. Kla. 1 S-li-2!
inn -
amI
riila
.iin-
lor-
rom
i-r,'-
Oth
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HRRRBY OIVEN thai
t hi indersinned, di siring i......
I,a in, -s under the flctltloui name of
SHERWOOB COMPAN1 .i Bade
County, Florida Intend* i" reulatir
s lid n nn- Ith ih. i 'I. t k "I thi '
,ii i '..in t oi I lade '
SYLVAN \ I.II KIM'
1,22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 496
BOBBY OF2NE MOORE,
Plaintiff.
\*.
ROSANNR MOORB.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i i RI ISANNE Mm RE
."AT East '".ai i
Port lln. neme, i 'alifnrnla
You. ROSANNE MiK>RK, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce hast been filed against
you. and you are roiiulred to serve a
copy of your Answer or> Pieadinc to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs attorney, s VINCENT paii..
JR.. 1021 Sa'lh Street. Opa Looka,
Florida ami file the oria-lnal Answer
..i pi. adlng in iin- office of the Clel k
of the Circuit Court on or before the
I'L'ml day of FVbruaiy. 1^6.".. If you
fail to ilo so, judemenl by default will
he taken against you fur the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint
Ti.is notice shall be published once
each week for four i.....secutive weeks
in THR .IKWISH PLORIDIAN.
BONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thli 15th da) of January)
A.D
i: B LBATHERM VN, Cli rk,
lit v an i. I ade i""iini). Plorida
I seal) B) ; K M i.YMA.N
I l| I'll! \ ("let k
S VINCENT I'M L, IP
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Plaintiff
1/22-29, 2 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai
the underaiajned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
7.KP i i.i: an Kits & LAl'NDRY at
T'T S.YI Seventh Avenue, Miami,
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
NKW FRENCH BENZOL
CLEANERS A LAl'NDRY, IXC.
Aronovitz, Bllver A Bchsr
Attorneys for Applicant
:.'7 Aln(le) Bldg., Miami. Kla
: 1-8-15-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55547 B
IN RE: Estate of
I.ui'is A. SAMUELS,
I let eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby Riven that I have
flle.l a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executrix of the estate of Louie A.
Samuels, deceased: and thai on the
22nd day of January, IMS, will apply
to thi Honorable Ceunty Judgea of
Bade County, Hostile, for approval of
said Final R*port and for distribution
an i final discharge a* Executrix of
the estate of thi above-named dece-
dent, Tins -iih .lay of December!
1961
Ri is VLIND w samii:i.s
Bxi itrlx "i iin- Estate of
1 .outs A Samuels, l ceased.
VBFI siii.iNiii.il Attorney
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