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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lime 38 — Number 5 Miami. Florida. Friday, January 29, 1965 Three Sections Price 20' rms to Israel Report Heard in Bonn ALWAYS A ZIONIST hur'chill Was inked to Dream "or Jewish State By JTA %  Winston Churchill died in Won on Sunday at the age %  lABritish Prime Minister Sii |i-' publicly declared hlmsell lifelong Zionist In 1943. dur[the critical Cairo and Teheran lerenccs of the Allied leaders i'lp| MuJewish ellort. In mo. alter the British Labor Government :siicd itPaSSfield Whit' %  .iji.• i-winch recommended ;pen ion ol Jew ish immigration :nt.i Palestine until a census was le ken the following year and sug gestcd i urtailment of land purrhases by Jews in PalestineChurchill joined in world wide pro tests against the document He M rote a special article for the 'he Jew.sh Telegraphic Agency on the implications ol the White Pa per and look sharp issue with the ecommendations in it. He called ipon the British G %  voinment to return t<> the basic principles ol the Balfour Declaration which pledged the establishment "f a Jewish National Home in Palestine. Hi* interest in the Jtws and in the Zionist movement began in the years of World War I when as a member of the British CabContinued on Page 8-A Correspondent Says $80 Million Shipment Of Weapons Involved SoY WINSfON CHURCHILL fought White Ptiper NEW YORK J1 \ i A report that the Wesl German Government had arranged lor the shipment I Israel "i i S80.000.000 worth <>f arms" was broadcast this week from Bonn bj CBS correspondent Daniel Schorr. He asserted that the arms included submarines anti-aircraft artillery, helicopters and M 18 Patton tanks. •"The tanks were brought by German; lor ca-h and do not require American permission for re-ex Germans Eye Bill To Extend Crime Statute lEshkol Offers Eulogy iFor Late War Leader l)i:i;i SALEM (JTA) Prime %  n'sii-r l.evi Eshkol eulogized Sir %  j -inn Churchill in an ad Ircss %  (tni' the Knesset on Mondaj rom the start ol his political E.shkol told Parliament. Chin, mil hacked the struggle for [wish rights and the riahl <>t the tw to rebuild then own home and I hi ii i iio.it his long career, 11 mained faithful lo his basil shakeable friendship. As long 60 years ago, he fought against Aliens Act which -.packed ol %  ii Jewish discrimination il e cw his opposition to Nazism and Iti-Semitism from Ihe depths ol religious and humanitarian i. epts The P-emier noted that Winston Churchill supported Zio-.ism ["since the beginning of the cenItury." Mrs. Beba Ide'son, acting Speaker of the Knesset, also eulogized Sir Winston in the Parliament. Kol Israel, the .ioveminent operated radio, devoted special programs to dcoicting Churchill's life and friendliness to Jews in general and to Zionism snecifica'lv. The same tone was taken by the entire press in editorials and special articles, and virtually all the people of Israel joined in showing grief over Churchill's passing. Plans for Israel's official partici pation in the obsequies for Churchill were heir..: made Tuesday, with a decision expected Wednesday. i nder consideration was an Israeli delegation to consist ol Pres dent Zalman Shazar; former Premier David Ben-Gurion; and two leputj directors >i the Foreign Continur-d on Paqe 6-A BONN—(JTA)—A bill introduced in West Germany's Parliament this week would extend for 10 yean the effective date ol the statute of limitations on prosecutions .of Nazi war criminals for murder The bill was presented by Krnst Bcnda. a member ol Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's Christian Democratic Party. In a related development. Stale Secretary Cunther von ilase. the West German Government spokesman told a press conference that the question on whether to extend the statute would be decided on early in March. He made the state ment in declaring that the refusal bj the Bonn Government to accept Mrs. Ilalprin Tasks Before a s.>\iet message on Nazi war criminals did not mean that the federal government would reject evidence on such crimes from the Soviet Union. The Soviet message, he declared, sent in reply to the West German appeal last year for information about such criminals, had been refused because its tone was considered offensive. West Germany issued the appeal to all governments in connection with its decision against extension of the deadline for prosecution of Nazi criminals. The Soviet message called the Continued on Page 15-A Reviews Zionism port, bin I understand the L'ni Slates has been consulted." he plied. 'The whole program is finar: ed by West Germany but s other European countries *'•involved in the purchase and shipping arrangements, including Scandinavian c o u nt r i e > Switzerland and Spain." The New York Times carrie* corroborating story from Bo n. giving additional details, and in Paris, the newspaper Prance Soit apparently accepted the report is factual. It suggested editoria • that the West German act may have stemmed from popular p i test arising from the decision against extending the effective date of the statute ol limitation? Continued on Page 13-A NEW VORK—(JTA 1 —Emphasizing that Ihe World Zionist Con jress, which took place this month in Jerusalem, was the first Conress "to squarely face the problemoi the Diaspora on a priority basis," Mrs Hose Ilalprin. chairman of ihe American section of the Jewish Agency told a press conference this week that upon the Zionist movement in this country depends the character and import ante of the the world. Zionist movement in LEBANON PAWN IN JORDAN RIVER CONTROVERSY Fight Looming for Water? TEL AVIV—tJTAV—Premier Levi | "onfidence that the heroic, though fcshkol. reviewing an infantry bribrief historj ol the brigade was [cade warned Sunday that Israel an assurance of Us efficiency for Knight be laced with, a serious| my emergency. The brigade was htruggle possibly arising from "en-j formed after Israels War ol In [croa. hnient of our sovereignty" or! lepcndcnce efforts "endangering our water re Meanwhile. Israel warned l.oh %  sources which give life to our inon thai, by agreeing to act as land" Toe Premier watched the pawn" for Egypt In the project rises ol the Golanl brigade '<> divert the headwaters ol th. [for an entire day He expressed Jordan River, it ma> lace "the I angers of punitive action by the injured parly The warning was voiced by Shimon Peres, Israel's Deputy Minister of Defense. He discussed the re?orts from Beirut that Lebanon has finally decided to build a pumping station at the source of t!ie Wazzani Springs, diverting those waters into the Continued on Page 3-A Reporting on the Congress winch She attended, -he said. We. ill this country must recognize this fact, and act accordingly. We must build realistically from what we lii.ve This is the hard way: there are no easj panaceas This is a challenge to the American Zionist Council, which represents all as P. el ol the movement in the United States." She stressed that Ihe American Zionist Council has three immediate tasks "1. It must give at least adequate minimal support to its own machinery. The test of the sincerity of its components will be their recognition of the validity of the Council and their support of it. •'2. The Council must provide its leadership throughout the countrj with the information and resource material necessary for them to participate fully in their responsibilities as Zionists in the Councils of their communities—in com Continued on Page 11-A Rocket Men Add to Unit In Egypt LONDON—(JTA)—West German scientists and technicians working in Egypt on advanced weapons systems for the Nasser regime, who left Egypt at the end ol 1!'>1 when their contracts expired, have been replaced bj a larger number oi new German experts, it w as reported here this week from Cairo There had been reports last tall that alum; 125 ol the 500 scientists, ngineers and technicians p anned to leave EgJ |>t at the vn,\ oi 19M to take better pa) ing jobs in Wesl Germany. The activities ol the West German rocket and aircraft scientist.have evoked -harp and •• % %  !.•.ited criticism from Israels Government and from a wide variety oi Jewish and mm -Jewish orga izations Informed sources reported that more than 120 German techniContinued on Page 2-A MRS. ROSE HALPRIN building realistically



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Page 2-A &f fcttfsft Ftcrktiftr Frida y. January 23, ]idaff me fro .mi :iv ( Ft 34( ( ed Er & Cil foi Cil re m< wi M th m 1( B G \! ai I > v r b \ r, I Joseph Cohen to Get Seminary Award; Vice President Humphrey Will Speak Joseph Cohen, president of the federal Packing Company, and ae live leader in the Jewish affairs ol Greater Miami, has been deals nated by the Jewish Theoioi Seminary of America to receive the seminary's coveted National Communitj Service Award in KlorHi.t nexl month, it was announced By Dr. Louis Finkelstetn, chancellot of the Seminary. The award ia bronze plaque conferred each year by the Seminary upon a limited number oi (omnumal leaders whose 'distinc live and continuing service to the community at large perpetuates the Jewish tradition Ol involve ment in, and concern tor. the well being of all men.'' Presentation of the plaque will ke mad* at the Seminary's sixth annual convocation dinner at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood on Wednesday, Feb. 2-i. The dinner will follow a special afternoon convocation at Temple EmanuEl, where the Seminary will confer the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws upon Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey and the Herbert H. Lehman Medal upon Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff. Vice President Huriphrey will be the principal speaker at tiie dinner. '1 h citation, which will accom %  thhonorarj degree for Vice enl Humphrey, lauds his i • %  %  n for ice among peoles" and his "conviction that • n ei i ...i life should embodj the %  ti is 'i B blical propcy i rning the pursuit ol conomic stice and peace among men." Gen Sarnoff's av ard is in recogtion of h i "long years of serv, to ration and civiliaation" and 'perceptive understanding which •onceived the human meaning of t< c hnological science." Cohen is presidert of the Bureau of Jewish Education, a vice president of Temple Emanu-EI and a member of the Board of Governors of Congregation Beth Jacob. \n active participant in causes thai enhance Jewish learning, he i a life member of Brandeis I'niMore Scientists in Egypt Continued from Page 1-A cians and engineers had come to Cairo since early December, producing an actual increase in To learn anew language before your Bon Voyage speak to BERLITZ now. 242 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. FR 1-3686 the total ncmber of such West German nationals working on weapons projects. Another report said that 30 of Ihe West German experts came ;<> ,: roup from Stuttgart this month. Aircralt officials in .Munich were reported this week to have coned thai about 60 West German aircraft technicians arrived in Eg7f*1 recently to work on Presi 'lent Naaaer'i racket program, it was reported that the technicians went to F.'^\pt despite American eflort.to prevent their departure. 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; idaf? jBuary 29, 1965 +Jml$i> nvrkflan Page 3-A y Miop Carroll Storer. Lipton to Receive CCJ Awards Here Brotherhood Week m nt leadjB in civic, business and '""liiou8 aft '"' Uhest feVto'of the National Con% rence of <"hri-ti;in> and .lens on ij-b/^^fcen NfC.l Inur.chcs the t :-trj'wMc '''''" erhco* Wk for 1 !>."> in \iiam ach. I'iie Hit Car II. nSop "' ,ii' ; JJttftph M I.ipton. president Dade-ife'l I s ., | ., i .. i -socfllll: and (leor^e I! StOWr ui.i-mamt ''' %  r of th< Miniwny; CE : ighf Looming or Jordan Water Continued from Page 1-A .itenl River, and thus ree'ucityj h RWw of water into the Jordan In s relations with Israel J.'^HVi relatively tranquil. The lazzani d • i Iken pitler Egyptian pressure. 1 [ Lebanon in the position kg on the danger of be party to a conflict not oi k cf. %  nr.'.' Peres said the tact that the Litani iver waii I low ,%  •.'' i"'.'" io Moaft rranetn Sea. Mr Peres iid: "Thi> 1 n>je t. I. -. %  ei anil -raal m< • %  inifai-d > Nasser. devoid "' •'"' KilSOev said, lias-no i"' i a-in : • that .-longito '••.: I i' •" from leirut re. • 'I .' %  has skeeVite I'--Lament '' -rant the lovernni' • %  ::.".. %  <\.w>\ clj>> fro t. on-l i i;..i:< •-< %  Arab :n* i' ".• W .; project -muld rei n u a h Israel BETH DIN OFFICE MiBI DR. TIBOS H. STERN ISlRWoshinqton Ave., Miami Bch Jf 1-1969 534-0271 silver Medallion Brotherhood Vward at the 13th annual Brotherhood Dmncr of the I"' r da Region of the NCCJ at Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel Their selection was announced latt Tuesday at a meeting of the Die-er Committee at the Dupont Plaza Hotel by William C. Gaither, chairman of the Awards Committee of NCCJ, and John R. Ring, dinner chairman. The awards will he presented > %  Gaither at the SlOO-a-pIate ilack tie .unition which this year will mark the national kickofi of the :inth anniversary of Brotherhood Week, scheduled Fcb'. 2\ through 28. On hand to deliver Ihe principal address will be the national pres tdent "i NCCJ, Dr. Lewis Webster Jones Bishop Carroll, Lipton and Stor er will be cited for "outstsndrng contributions to good human relations." Ring said. Since his arpi o 'mem by Pope Pius \ll a the first Bishop ol Mi ami in l!).i8. Bishop Carroll has led in establishing a good community relations climate which lias won national attention He was named as the first chair man i t the Metropolitan Dadc County c ii in in u n 11 v Relations Hoard, a position which he still holds. Bishop Carroll also took he lead in securing passage of the county ordinance establishing he board Soon after his arrival In Miami. ill Catholic high schools and ele mentary schools were desegregated, JOSEPH UPTON BISHOP COltMAN CARROLL Of special significance in his tenure, which has seen the Catholic population of the Diocese of Miami rise to 500,000, was tho founding of tho Centro Hispano Catolico to take care of the larqe Spanish-soeaking population in the area as the first Cuban refugees arrived. Since then, the Spanish Center has aided more than 20,000 refugees in various needs. Following Bishop Carroll's attendance at the second session of the Vatican Ecumenical Council. he exercised Strong leadcr-h.; in developing the process ol ecumen ical dialogue in South Florida I.ipton. recently rcclocted president cf Temple Emanu-EI m Miami Beach, is a former campaign chairman of the Hade County Red i peas and of the Combined Jewish Appeal He is patron Ol the Dade County Outstanding Citizens Award for B'nai B'rith and serves on the Citizens' Committee ol the University of Miami. Since his arrival in Miami in 925. I.ipton has been active in i onrmunit) and business life He s a pMl president of the Florida Savings and lean League and a rustee ol Mt Sfmi Hospital Lip on has been a m e m b e r ol the Board ol Govi rnors and of the executive Committee of the Great%  r Miami Jewish Federation -inc. Is inception Storer, president of the Miami Heart Institute, also is a member of the board of St. Francis Hospital and a supporter of Mt. Sinai Hospital. An active member of the Orange Bowl Committee, he was selected for membership in Alpha De'ta Siqma, professional advertising fraternity. Storer has been active in the development of the Church i > f; Sea in Bal Harbour, and is a strong supporter of such institutions as the American Heritage Foundation, the Boys' Club of America, Crippled Children's Society, and established the George B Storer Foundation for the Miami Hearing Society In 1955. Dr. Dauer Will Speak Wednesday A distinguished scientist who a part of the famed Manhattan Project Will -peak at a Temple '/. • mora cultural evening on WednesB) Dr Maxwell Dauer. professor of radiation physics at the Univerol Miami Medical School, will iddress memberand friends of Temple Zamora at the Temple Social Hall at 8 p.m.. as the first -t lecturer of the series. 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^-!•**. ^^m '.-.-, P< POM 4-A *kist IhrMiw Friday. January 29, M y i. • tri' wil nit isfa on er: 1h. Ml e t. f I r Pi 1:. it in in tr ai c i ) b 1 r "Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4805 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 TPED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher l"0 MINDLIN Executive Editor SILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher I '• %  -• I" ltx I % %  L"i..rjnt. itw K:i~lirutb "f 'hni. r 11 %  I -. ,, %  \. -,i |n tin enlumnei Publish** fvrv Friday line* l':'" by Thtowtol; r lorldlM ,.t 120 N E BlXlh Birtvt, Miami I. Florida Second CUM PNUII Pld al M %  %  norlda Tha Jewish Floridian haa ibtomed tha Jcwiah Unity and the Jawish Waekly. Member of the Jevih Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newe Service. National Editorial Aisn.. American Aain. f Engliah-Jevoiah Newapapeia, and the Florida Preaa Atan. One SUBSCR Year 5 00 Out of IPTION RATES Local Area Three Yeara Town Upon Reqtieat S'200 Vol jme 39 26 Friday. Shevat 5725 January 29. 1965 Number 5 Sir Winston's Works Are His Monument The courageous war leader, who ••heady being called the grea'est of the century, died Sunday. It •• 1 be difficult to envision a world houl Six WinUon Churchill, not -use his life and works extended tc ninety years, but because the %  •hat he did has few peers. Long after Sir Winston's "blood, eat and tears" pronouncement •alien into its proper historical spective, the massive bulk of his .:ties and the profound effect have had on men everywhere still remain a monument to him. We join m mourning his loss. dful in these columns of 'he re• it honor conferred upon Sir Winton by the Zionist Organization in ••• York, which the British leader's Randolph Churchill, accepted his lather's behalf. With specific regard to Zionism : the State of Israel, Sir Winston's • itr:bution will for a long 'ime be sentimentalized in light of his general contributions to world affairs. S.r Winston, himself, delighted in recalling that 1 personally have always been a Zionist." Afsr World War I. in 1921. Churchill delivered an address on Mt. Scopus, first site ol the Hebrew University, where he declared: 'y heart has throbbed with Zionism for many years." But n would also be unrealistic to forget his helping to bring Transjordan into being as a means of limiting the Zionist dream he apparently supported years before its fulfillment. This is said less in rancor than to be spei .'.c with regard to the facts of history sometning Sir Winston, himself, would surely understand. There >s no doubt of his positive statements concerning the creating of a Jewish national homeland in Pales'ine at a time when they were telling and meaningful. Sentiment >uld not, however, be permitted to gild the Nevertheless, the great war leader is gone •v Statesman, historian, artist, philospher Wins'on Churchill was all these things. He only wrote history; he made it. Aged Home's Achievement The Jewish Home for the Aged this Sun: y takes another important f.tep forward with dedication of its new synagogue and health ler.l See Paqesl-4-C.' Throughout 'he years of its existence and %  to the Greater Miami Jewish communthe Home has scored admirable accompmerits m the field of care for the institu t.onahzed aged. Douglas Gardens today is a model boast; national recognition for these achieveits. In addi'ion to the pioneering facilities it has planned and erected to house residents. the Home is also a geriatric research center. with university affiliations in the field. Many South Florida residents have con uted their time and means *o the progress of the Jewish Home for the Aged here. They, and the community at large, can take particular pleasure in the double dedication Sunday during the Home's 19th annual meeting. no real rapprochment between the two countries. Particularly. Bonn has thus far failed to exchange ambassadors and, as Prime Minister Levi Eshkol told the German people on a television program last week, this most important of all moves must be initiated by them as a moral obligation. More, German scientists are currently working in Egypt on a variety of missile and nuclear energy projects, all of them basicallydesigned to give Gamal Abdel Nasser the military edge he has been seekinq. finally to keep his promise and sweep Israel into the sea. How can it possibly be that Bonn is now seriously considering an S80 million arms deal with the State of Israel? The report certainly comes from a reliable source CBS Correspondent Daniel Schorr. It can hardly be 'hat the West German Government is taking into careful consideration the many warninqs that knuckling undei to Arab pressure brings nothing but trouble If the CBS report is correct, there is more to this than meets the first glance; and clearly it will be undentood only as further events in the near fu'ure unfold to make it fit into West Germany's general foreign policy in the Middle East, particularly relating to the Arab lands. Doesn't Square With Facts The report tha* West Germany is preparing to supply Israel with some $80 million in more than an unexpected one; it does square with the direction the Bonn Govern:.t has been taking in its Middle East policy. After all of tlu I and despi'e V Germany's scrupulous fulfillment of the S822 ion reparations thor* lias been Assuring Latin Democracy World Jewish Congress officials are aaai:; warning us about the possible increase of antiSemitism in Latin America. This is a longstanding danger there. Many Jewish organizations have sent representatives to our neighbors in the south to exchange views with heads of state. They have been cordially received and assured. Nevertheless, the World Jewish Congress warning remains a significant one. Apart from general assimilationist ten dencies and the lack of intensive Jewish cultural activity, factors which exist even in our own country to the degree that we talk about the "vanishing American Jew," the WJC concern is the problems resulting from repeated political upheavals in Latin America. In *he wake of the chaos they create, antiSemitism may run rife The WJC warning should serve to remind us that more than cordial meetings wi'h Latin leaders are needed in order to stem the tide: that we must work toward greater political social and economic stability in South America as a means of assuring 'he democratic future there. Only in such an atmosphere, as our history has always demonstrated, can Jews und Jewish tradition best survive. Fttdr Arab Boycott Seen J \s Complete Fiction'*^ By N. C. BELTH Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'ritti T HE ARAB ECONOMIC boycott against Israel has dwindled j little more than a publicity campaign so ineffectual thai j threats are being ignored by leading American and Fur,>,„..,„ 71 panics, the Anti -DcfamatH n League of B'nai B'rith declared To support this contention. Arnold Forster. general coun<<|, the AIMhas made public I selective list of 70 major American hall nets firms currently Operating in Israel despite the threat of ~ economic reprisals Among them are 15 of the top Cor|>nratir*r the United state-, including Westingbouse. IBM. RCA M, International Paper, Republic Steel. General Tire. National CashlU ister. and Inland Steel 7* The list supplemented :i special AIM. report which ex a nutlet J efforts and results from 1046 to the present ol Vrab Lear, threats to blacklist all business organizations unwilling • lermna commercial dealings with Israel Despite the failure "i the boycott, the report say; \:..hpmaj nda from the beginning has boasted of boycotl su< •abroad Appearance is more Important than fact a> the Arab boycotl arsenal so for strictly political r< A" boycotl machine tries hard to create thi myth ol v\< ^J fecth eness -! %  %  "• %  • THI CHASl MANHATTAN BANK THE SURVEY WAS undertaken b) ADL in the beliel tl about the Arab boycotl may dispel illusions for eient bo) cotl machine i report points out ti-...t the Arab Boycotl l makethreats even when it knows such sanctions cam i for the benefit merelj ol thi resulting publicit) and proi \an illustration ol such a threat the ADL citea thi Chase Manhattan Bank The Bank, a major financial agenl for Israel Bonds was warned last Julj that all Arab countries' -• Chase Manhattan would be terminated unless it ceas< : with Israel The Bank nevertheless continued business Israel and the Arabs Earl) this month an Aral) spok the ultimatum had been "suspended" because the Bank uith Israel were of "a purely banking nature Listing other instances of boycott failure, the report si • An Arab pledge of retaliation against prospective exl thi 18B4 Tel Aviv International Trade Fair did not prevent II In in drawing $140.000.(HH> in new trade for Israel • Some eighty international banks, including Barclay's ol 1 don. are doing a "thriving business" with Israel while contll hampered their business with Arab countries • Major insurance companies, including Lloyd's of Lou doing the same. ill Leading international airlineIncluding the top tour, havi %  'l*|, Al only maintained but Increased then services to Israel without ar.> elicit on their trade with Arab lands KtCKtTTINC THI DICISI0N AS AN EXAMPLE ol "submission" to boycotl threat-, tin ** describes the experience ol the Renault Automobile Con.; France. The company, "having yielded to Arab dictates m 1953. n "came to regret its decision It did not gain the hoped for n< lie-.within the Arab orbit but instead injured its most im| foreign market, the United States The Arab boycott operates under the control of the Cei fice for the Boycott of Israel, a non-governmental organizai sponsible to the Economic Council of Ihe Arab League Althi central office is located m Damascus, regional boycotl com exist in all Arab countries under actual orders of each natioi ei nment The committees make recommendations for boycotl but i • the various governments to implement them The majot detect of ilusystem no real coordination b< the various offices and governments ioffset b) psychol< \ antages, the report points out IMPRtSSION Of CONClNTRATtD ATTACK IF FOR EXAMPLE, an American industrialist receh ening lettei from Ihe Centi b Boycott Office, ai I a few weeks gets similar letterHOT, local committees in Ale: Kuwait, or Beirut, Ihe duplication serves I Ihe impi concentrated attai k 'Ihere are linn document* involved in the operation ol I in 1 A required affidavit from firms starting business Arab states affirming that the companj inot practicing anj >Ie offense." 2 A required certificate-ol origin ol goods shipped lo Arab si ling thai none ol Ihe components or material.originate in I i A letter sent by the central or regional boycotl offici l suspected ol "assistini Israel econom) listing suspected t %  ins of boycotl rules and Including the threat oi Arab blacklist! Among the 18 "offenses" thai will put firms on the Arab bo> ci tl blacklist are investment in another already blacklisted compan) use of a six-pointed star as a trademark; and producing or selling lion pictures "in which appear actors who have exprei ..clue Sympathy for Israel." Arab boycott official! resell to many subterfuges to ptlbUciZi the effectiveness of their blacklist. ADL charges They will announce that the) have taken a firm off the blacklist • Inch has never been on it. or they will write to a compan> that h:inevcr invested in Israel and is not contemplating such action Wh the company writes back to that effect, the reply is released to thi press to demonstrate that still another firm has been stopped from I sting with Israel Recently, too. according to the ADL report, the Arab Central cotl office bad announced thai 43 ship.had cancelled trade w Israel in order to be removed from the Arab blacklist, "conveyin the impression that more and more ship own.rwere turrendei \: ab demands This is nol the case The report explains that the Arabs boycotl the shipa, not comi Irvi and \ I 4 *J t



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Jl T IV i lal Iri wi •>>< isl on 10 cr th St' Pi ti. it in jr It a Page B-A ^JmisHlcridiar Friday, January ^ Dr. Joseph Schwartz, Israel Bond Leader, To Speak at Labor Zionist-Pioneer Fete Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice president ami executive head oi the State of Israel Bond Organiza lion, who has been a key figure during the past two decades in shaping and directing a massive program of rescue, relief and migration o! large numbers of Jews i verseas in the most crucial period in modern Jewish history, will be guest speaker.at the Labor Zionisl and Pioneer Women's Dinner of Tribute on Wednesday, Feb. 17. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The dinner will be held in con junction with the Israel Bond in let national inaugural conference Mr and .MrAbram Fox. wellknown both locally and in Israel for their many years of service on behalf of the upbuilding of the State of Israel, will be recipients of the Israel Award of Honor at the dinner. Israeli entertainment will be provided by the Ayalons. famous quartet oi comics, who will sing .'nd dance Heading the Dinner Committee is Or. Simon Wilensky, with Or Isaac Untorman as honorary chairman. Serving with them as dinner vice chairmen are Mrs. Milton Green, Mayshie Fried berg, Irving Sachs and Joseph P. Zuckerman. In preparation lor the dinner, members of the Host Committee were to gather at a reception on Wednesday evening at the Fontainebleau to coordinate and com plete plans. Coordinators for the dinner are the presidents of each of the Pioneer Women's chapters and Labor Zionist branches. Heading the Host Committee are Israel Bond chairmen of all chapters and branches as follows Eshkol Eulogy For Churchill Continued from Page 1-A Ministry, Gen. Y. Herzog and E. Avriel. Bar 11.in University, at Ramat Can, repeated an announcement made recently that it will establish a Churchill Chair in International Relations. The decision fur the establishment ol thai facultj was taken by the universitj alter it received authorization from Sir Winston to use his name for the new Chair Funds for that faculty will be contributed by the Briti-h Friends ol Bar-Han University Fur Pioneer Women, lira. Harry Qiaet, Beta Ideison Chanter; Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. CluYi No! o received the Scopus tward of the Hebrew University. Foremost leaders of the Labor Zionist movement in Greater Miami met last week to comple' plans lor the Labor Zionist Organization of America and Pioneer Women Dinner of Tribute to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Wednesday. Feb. 17. in conjunction with the Israel Bond international inauqural conference. Honored will be Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox. well-known civic, philanthropic and Labor Zionist leaders. Above (from lett) are Mayshie Friedberg, dinner vice chairman; ft mon Wilensky. dinner chairman; Dr. bar/ terman, honorary chairman; Mrs. V Green, president of the Grea'er Micm; ^ cil. Pioneer Women, and dinner vice j man; and Joseph P. Zuckerman. pres.c? the Lebediker Branch. Farband and : vice chairman. Not shown is dinne: via man. Irving Sachs. Beersheba Mayor is Miami Visitor for Medical Servic The mayor of Beersheba. Israel, va.a guest at the Dil.ido Hotel this week as he met with leaders of the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services In Israel. Htyor Eliahu Navi addressed a meeting at the home of Habbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish on Tuesday night attended by officials of the group now equipping the recentlyconstructed Greater Miami Medi ; cal Center at Beersheba A soldier, lawyer, scholar and judge, Navi was elected mayor 1 of the capital city of the Negev in 1963 on the Mapai ticket. In 19S7, he had been appointed judge in Beersheba, the first ; such post in the Negev A major in the Israel Army at the time ot his disi hargl the now 45 year-old n officer in a Druzc unit o( u rael Army durum W dependence. He helped found station of the undct anah and conducted weekly I easts in Arabic from Fd 1948 to the end of 1951 the bank at the head of the mall ADDITIONS FLORIDA ROOMS NEW RESIDENCES PATIOS LICENSED AND INSURED FREE ESTIMATES TEL 221-9564 BETTEND0RF CONSTRUCTION WE INSTALL GLASS FO#f KYERY PI RPOSE STOKf FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CUSS furniture Foes, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Mirit Orfin, fivudtr Washington Avenue at Lincoln Roud Mull "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHtR LOCATION FOR FOUR C0NVCNIINU COULTON BROS. "ART" • "AMORT" "NAT" FOUR Ff XAC0 iOFS Coral Way 8 S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. Mercantile National Bank "V* of Miami Beach cbarttreJ 1955 • MLIMl* FMmi irtwa ftan o^,,, lmu mn CO-PMI m



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Page 8-A N An 1st fhrHUr Friday, January 29, i* Churchill Was Linked to Zionist Dream both th, ^ Continued from Page 1 A t, he met with Or. Chain* • %  eiimann, the leader of the M orld Zionist movement and cne of the world's outstanding -icmists Backed by David Lloyd Ceorge, who was then Britain's *.'inister of Munitions, Churchill itrusted to Dr. Weizmann the :evelopment of acetone on a '; rge scacle needed for the Aled war effort. Dr. Weizmann s ccess in developing this im; jitant material led to his entry to the highest British governmental circles and ultimately to •e pronouncement of the histor: Balfour Declaration. iColonial Secretary, Churchill .ned Sir Herbert Samuel as the -i High Commissioner for the } lestine Mandate Alter World .. ir I. in 1921, Churchill delivered address on .Mount Scopus, first • v of the Hebrew Universitj cam. n Jerusalem, declaring "My art has throbbed with Zionism inan\ years Durins the darkest days of the Nazi era. even before Hitler unleashed his war on the democratic 'world, Churchill missed no occa sion to strongly condemn Nazi brutalities against Jews and the Nazi and anti-Semitic propaganda During World War II he stood up against tne opposition of members of the British Government to give the Jew • a role in the actual light ing against Hitler and as Prime Minister and Allied war leader, lecided in 1944, to establish a Jewish Brigade as part "f the Brit ish military forces The Brigade was established and contributed gloriously to the defeat Oi the Nazi army Only the unchallenged authority of Churchill could have broken down the resistance to the establishment of B Jewish Brigade displayed by the majority of the British Cabinet. Members of the Brigade were among the first to enter the conquered Nazi Germany and to liberate Jews from Nazi camps. They also formed the basis ot the Israeli Army when Israel was proclaimed an independent state. After World War II, when the British people voted the Churchill Government out of office, and Clement Attlee became Prime Minister while Ernest Bevin took over as Foreign Minister, Churchill's voice was one of the major factors in the House of Commons to plead, urge and demand justice to the Jewish cause in Palestine. it was Churchill who first men tioned the possible withdrawal ol Britain from Palestine He told Parliament "It we cannot fulfill our promises to the Zionist-, we should, without delay, place the Palestine Mandate at the feet of the United Nations and give notice ol our impending evacuation. later, in 1947, he warned again that "we are lighting the Jews (in Palestine) in order to give the country to the Arabs" After Israel had been established in 1!4,S. Churchill described the rebirth of the Jewish State as an outstanding event in world histon. upbraided the Labor Government for it"sulk) boycott" Ol Israel. demanded urgently that a British representative be sent to Israel "immediateb summing up the lewish achievements in Palestine. he told Parliament "The Jews have driven out the Arabs from a larger area than contemplated unler the (United Nation-' partition decision Ihej have established a Governmenl which functions effi e tlj. the? have a victorious army at their disposal; and the) have the support of bats and the United States Still later, in 1949 took the lead in ChtatH •reusing t„ •ign Minister Bevin of ",, dice" against the Jtws in p, : tine. "The Foreign Seer.,,*he thundered in the Hen*,, Commons, "was wrong i n t lctv wrong in methods, wrong j„ t suits. We have lost the friend*. of the Palestine Jew, f, r ^ time being." He insisted that |, I, as well as the Arabs, m w given access to the ships,,. lanes in the Gulf of Akabj. In answer to a i: •, accusing the Palestinian .!• "mvading" Egypt. Churchil that Egypt invaded Israi charged Bevin with n into "a mocker) i 'v er and over .i manded in Parliament thai be recognizeil b) an aim finally achieved rae be Stronger Action Urged Against Latin Prejudice ,EW YORK -c uth American Executive, a nn• the kmerican Sec n i • the World Jewish Congress e Mi 'I in kow is m a \ isit t" I rim : Stat %  %  • Canad* i hi WJi Latin American ex then was anti.-' mitism in man) Latin American conn tries, but he did not believe that this was the main danger to Jews. There were other factors—the problems stemming from the upheavals in the political and social life of many Latin American countries; the potential danger from the asimilationisl tendency among Jewish cultural activit) Mr. Turkow stated, however, that the greater danger to the Jews in Latin America came from the activities of the Arab agents bent upon stirring up enmity against the Jews throughout Latin America. There was no doubt about the viewpoint of the various Latin American governments m their abhorrence of and opposition to anti-Semitism, Turkow reported, but expressed the belief that more rigorous action should be taken by governments to check anti-Semitic groups and their activities. Discussing the activity ol Arab League agents in their attempts to incite the Latin American masse against the Jew.-. Mr. Turkow said that their basic intention was ti strike at Israel and the Zionist movement, and in so doing, the) %  : i support ing \ iolent anti Sem ites and nti Semitic oi ganizations their ow n ends He also reported that there were Nazi groups in many parts of I.a tin America, supported politically financiall.v b) the Arab Inand propaganda machine /ii"j that there was no r p inii hi said thai the Ji uin Latin Amerii a had l nd aware "f the situ Sossin is Speaker Michael Sossin, member ol the i ommission on Aging, and owner ol the Blackstone Retirement Hotel, spoke at the Architec i iral secretaries Association installation banquet tinweek. Nevvlyciccted ASA president. Helen Rosi nthal. of Smith. Korach and As sociation, took office at the annual air NOW OPEN The "Person To Person Bank" Answering your needs umt>c's Federal Reserve Sotffederal Oepo^t insurance.Coioorjtion 23* SUNNY ISlfS BtVO • SUNNY ISIIS. 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lCkft +JmHknt#k9lar Friday, January 28. 19S Sir Isaac Wolf son ot Great Britain Will Be Guest of Honor at Bond Inaugural Sir Isaac Wolfson. of Groat Britn. noted industrialist, financier id philanthropist, will be must honor at the 1965 international augural conference for Israel I jnds at the Vostainebleau lioiul urn Frida> Feb. 19. through Simy. Feb 21 The conference will mark the ratal opening of the camp sell a minimum ol J100.0000PO Israel Bonds during 1965. and ill commemorate the 17th annirsarj of Madependence ol the ate ot Israel Samuel Rorhberg, national ampaign chairman of the Uratl ond Organization, is serving as :hairman of the conference, /hich is expected to attract over :,000 prominent men and women %  rom the United States, Canada, .atin America, Western Europe i nd Israel. Sir Isaac, who is chairman of I eat Universal Stores, Ltd., Bril n's largest retail operation, plays I important role in furthering the onomic development ol the State Israel He has devoted a peal al ot time to campaigns in vari%  is countries of Europe, enlisting < %  participation of individuals id financial institutions in invest ent in Israel's economic growth. id is active in work on behalf of i e Israel Bond drive The 67 year old British financier, io was made a baronet in 1962. gcoiuv lie ha* been awarded Fellowships from the Royal Society ol Oreat Britain and the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Presicnt of the United Synagogues ot England and honorary nresident of the Weixtwann Institute of Science Foundation, Sir Isaac is a trustee of the Religious Center ef Jerusalem, honorary treasurer of the Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship, and a member of the Grand Council of the British Empire Cancer Campaign. Sir l>aae w ill bs honored b) the l-ia'l Bo d Organ;za*istl at an I'X'IJO'II.IIJH a Ban r laaaiim of ttae Kenneth Seid Named Finalist Kenneth A Seid. M Ol Mr. and rs. Irving Seid. has been named finalist in the National Wood u Wilson Foiiniiat ion fellowship m petition The Seids live at 4460 S\\ isl St •nneth is an honor graduate ot 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS Reproduced on / Bend Pooer • WHHE TOU WAIT \ Cosh I Carry Serving Mi jmi Since 194 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music or WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concrtsl WKAT-FM inaugural conference at the Fontainebteau Hotel on Sunday evei nins. Feb. 21. As a special feature of the Israel Bond inaugural conference, the National Women's Division will sponsor a luncheon at the Fontainebleau on Friday. 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inuary 29, 1965 +Jmist> fkrictian Page 1. A. ischitz to be Honored at Tribute th Torah Congregation Saturday ix A Upsehitz, spiritual of Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith, o**i we* PhiV f Beth Torah t'ongregabr honored by his conat a dinner of tribute hay evening at Ore Deausi. rr I ii'schitz is former scoretsrjr e! the Hahhmical Association. -etrHor ol tiie liahhinieal Cage ol Ae .'i wish Klondian lor the Rabbinical Association, vice president member of the South Klo.rida Coun-. ICil of American Jewish Uoogresi and chairman of its Gem mission on Jewish Affairs, and member of the Knights of Pythias. He is on the Rabbinic Advisory and Budget Committees of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Rabbinic Committee of Bonds lor Israel, and Rabbinic Advisory Committee ol the Hebrew Acad emy. He is honorary chaplain of Jew ish War Veterans and alergy chair man for United Nations Week Dr. Lipschitz attended the Jewish Theological College of Chicago and Yeshiva University in New York City, where he was ordained in 1947. Columbia University awarded him the Master of Arts degree in 1948. His dissertation lor the Doctorate in the field of Semitic studies at the University of Wisconsin is now in the process of being published. Mrs. Ilalprin Reviews Tasks Before Zionism Guitarist Held Over Pianist-singcr-guitarist Bill white is holding over at the new Black Angus Kestaurant. .X>2 Coral Way A graduate ol the University ot Alabama, he later played with Artie Shaw and his orchestra. He first appeared on the local scene at the old Club Rali on Biscayne Blvd. Continued from PageJ-A munity councils, welfare funds, and allocations committees. Zionists must stand up and be counted, not onlyy as individuals but also as Zionists "3. The Council must hammer out a position on Jewish education. f must seek the counsel "t ex perts. and it must evolve an edu cational position that will be effective in meeting the problems oi assimilation that beset us, We must recognize that the problem that faces us as parents, as Jews and as Zionists is one of attrition even more than that it is of overt assimilation. The American Zionist Council must bring together the bOfs minds of American to work on this problem." Declaring she was heartened by the active particicpation of youth at the Congress, Mrs. Halprin said: "It is needless to say they represent our future. I'm happy, that we. recognize this truth in practice as well as in theory. Youth must be worked with, difficult as this can some. times be." But atter the 26th Zionist ongress, youth will become a >art oi the structure oi the reorgai zed Zic nisi movement and the on, ess. f the future. I Musi Comedy Classes Slated The Roy Oliver Musi Co. tedJP Classes for children and teem is again being held in the Aliaza' Hotel. The 16-week course starti I on Saturday. Hoy Oliver will direct the -how and teach voice. Paula Olive I ill conduct the drama classes, and llonka Jay will be choreogra iher 1 and dance teacher. FIRST TRIP TO NASSAU ? (MHK0 IJEfS GET MARRIED./ III ASK MY NASSAU VIA S/S FLORIDA Romantic? All we can promise are 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 and 4 day cruises Sailing Mondavi and Fridays •14 45PM See your Travel Agent for fuH color folder—or THE P I O STEAMSHIP CO. Pier No 2 Biscayne Boulevard and 10th Street, Telephone FR 9-3836 Important reminder for people on the way up: l New York 7:40 am Washington Houston 6:40 omO 8:00 am 9:10 om 9:10am* 10:00 am* 8:30 omO 8:55 am 8:40 am D 1255 pm 1:00 pm O 1:40 pm 10:40 omB 4:20 pm O 4:40 pm 12:20 pm 5:45 pm D 6:55 pm 2:00 pm 5:00 pm* 5:30 pm'8 5:55 pm 6:30 pmC Las Vegas 8:00 am San Diego 4:40 pm 10:50 am San Francisco 10:00 pm Baltimore 8:00 am 10:15 pmB 5:45 pmo 12:55 pm 10:30 pm 4:40 pm Boston 1:15 pm Los Angeles New Orleans 8 00 am 5:00 pm* 8:35 am 855 am 10:00 pm 10:00 am 10:50 am 1 Philadelphia (Nonstop) 1255 pm 6:40 om" 10:50 am 1;40 pm 4:20 pm O 1:40 pm 4:40 pm 6:55 pm A 6:55 pm 6:55 pm 10:30 pm | A. 727 Fan Jet B. Ne wrk Airport C. Sunday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Friday only D. Prop Jet E. Ex. Tuesday. Wednesday For reiervo Ions lee your trove' ogenf i ,r coll 633-3311 National, the nation's first major all-jet powered airline, gives you a jet or prop-jet every time.



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P: I B Page 12-A +Jelstncrl;.,'. >. i... I Itsi, :.-. 1'Miil M ( %  an. publlahtr, Miami Beacti R< %  prtei Satin a.in >• rmon "J-Ai.ih Ideals of Judgement." Min• i p.m. # AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATlON. 95 SW 6?th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. ANSHE EVES. 2533 SW Conservative 19th Ave. BETH DAVID. 262i SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William vv L p %  on. Prlda) '. 10 p.m. In chapel. si", p.m in main nanctuar>. tsvrmnn: "Thi l> | |ne ol LJfi Sal n das 9 a.m Her: n "StatutcH aft< i th< W i Bur Mltavah: Uarrj .,">! Harry, twin Mr, and Mrs. Maurtci Kaaki BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodo. Rabbi Solf-ion Schitf. F.1. 5 45 • n.m i lui -• .-...-. %  .-,.-. \ hai 'i Herat* eml >.it m > ia Si l-a .v %  i I'nlv< BE'M iSRACL. 71' *Cth St. Orthocic R.^bbi Be-ei Wem. %  • sVl n v I ttrdi Bar Milslun M and Mi M a %  E T H JACOB. 301 3'1 Washington Avt. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice • BE-KODESH • %  0SW 12th Ave. M II horn thi i 'ni •.: ShahKa In 'I..II. %  n I Ihelr '• etetlaaai unnli %  i :,\ |m ha 20 i> in — • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross. ... MI Sntui ila: '' .i '' U |l Ml SRAELITE CENTER 3'75 SW 25th St Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu T. SwirsKy. C.mtcr Loins Cohen n and • p.m. S %  .. i : Irak' will Itifl ne "i man 'K. ••; %  tth from Palm-hood TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 163rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mauri;* Neu. Krlilaj '•'•". :• ml H 13 p m Sermon: i :ivi .i.ni Human lleltav to sauir,I.I\ v a.m. Sermon: "The ii,uinnii'iK "i WIMIIIIII. Bar Ifitavah: MIM Bryant, son %  i Mr. and Mrs. Stanli > Abraham Mini ha MS p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Retoi m. Rabbi Herbert Bamngard. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avt. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. PI da s 7: i". p.m. rhlldi en'* choli v ill IKirtU'ipaCi Thoae celebrating birth. d.ns in January and February will •* I.I. ~>. .i • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Krida> p.m. Sermon "The Jewish I* mi Cod, Torah, Israel." Saturditj |0:3.i n.m Si i %  '" n "< m Ik Inn Be'llaioiia ;• ii.l I'lollS." Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.An. memlx-i* > y -Mill li..ii..i .Ni %  rid Mr. S:i I • • U l|.. ..!. %  iin| • an ti %  S. vi.. sri • I ,: K -:. %  .:-..: S< it. %  thi — • BE'M MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. DKiie Hwy. Conservative. Kabbl R'chird MarcoviU. Cantor Sr y mc r H nkes ]-• (• I %  %  V i. %  — • BET BAPhlFL Orthodox. Rain &f a^y. • BE"-F-'L-iH E... d Ave Orthodoa RaUCi J,5-ph E RJcioisky — • BE"-ORAM IMth St .i"fl SE 11th Ave Cenaerv I r "• .i Lipsi • Ii. Carter Ben z on Kirschenba.-ri P •.. < %  I I V Mi \ H • • •f Mr. ,al •'• •' V Ii %  -a NW Jrd Ave. Kiieger. sccreJACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 5J2 W.ish ngton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor M. Stem. I' H III Tin %  -" M • : v.a'd %  I. ,EPHRDiC JEWISH CENTER 645 Collins Ave. Rev. C.irtor Sadi Nah. •a. RalW TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4'44 Chase Ave L'berai. Rahbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. Pi I.I..' • .... 'i'ii .'•• .;,..,; I ...,i..^ ... %  n'H' lllival Mil i and Mr* • Mi ind Mrs — • TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM '6800 NW 22no Aie Conservative, Rai-bi S M Machtei Ca-itor Abraham Reisem.in. i i %  •. N i tlm n Itis-hli • llu Ti -ill la MIIXMI h %  "I Mr. and M ii • —TF-/PLE FMANU-EL 1701 Washing. ton Ave Conservative. Raobi Irving Lehman c.in'ti Zvi Adler. \ T Satiinlai IVi I "ii "' thi llu M II irtl in i .1 vrihur I •• — a itvPLE ISRAEL 137 NE 19th St Reform Raubi Joseph R. Narot • %  I'.ll.le a TEMPLE JUDEA 120 P.'e.mo *ve. Liberal-Reform, Rabbi Morris Kipper. \ al — a TEMP LI ME NORA H I ] '5th St Co". I Rabl M-ayer Abi o*i: i %  • %  ird Klein %  %  — e TEMPLE NER TAMiD 80th St and Tat m Wate r way. Modern Traditional Rabbi Enp-ne Labovita Cantor Saul H. Brerh. SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MISHPATIM Moses instructs the Israelites in the Divine Law. \nd he took the book of the covenant, and rcaj in the hearing o( the people; and they said: "AU that 'he Lord hath spoken will we do. and obey." (Exod. 2*="\ MISHPVriM — The laws that Moses submitted to the children of Israel after they had heard the Ten Commandments dealt with the following subjects: The Hebrew servant, murder, filial aggression and blasphemy. kidnapping, criminal assault, maiming of a servant, the butting bull, accidents and damages, theft, property damage, watchmen, eduction. proscl>tcs. the orphaned and the widowed, lending and borrowing, the sanctification of God and man. relatiOM with the enemy, the Sabbatical year, the Sabbath, the three piljnm fes tivals. idolatry. This portion concludes with the renewal of the covenant with God. The children of Israel accepted the covenant with the words All that the Lord hath spoken will we do. ar. 1 obey (Exod. 24:7.) Moses then ascended Mount Sinai to receive the Tablets of the Law. Thi* racoonting of tha Waekly Portion o rh Law it extracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of th Jewish Heritage" edited by P. WollmaivT*amir, 15 Publisher it Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William S New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Day School Movement Should be Supported 3. Are it> opt : .-urn and functions economic I ei enl' Hebrew Aci ci es l iroug lout the country an commui ty schools because liii j r c< nitted to icrve ever) segment the Jewish communitj From the grad* The growth "i the Day School uates of thesi Is il emerge movement during the last fortj the teacher... bis, • "saints years has been the most important and scholars i I ;<>i TOW, the levelopmenl In the educational knowledgeable, the religiously* pattern oi our people in ihe three oriented citizi I rchologic* By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS Principal Hebrew Academy Question: Should Jewish Federations support Hebrew Day Schools? OF HEBREW 12 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE %  ad the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION E4hon DR. SHLOMO KODK.SH A LTTTLR TC MY BROTH! R 1 ssrole a letter lo my brother: — 'Te*ldn -. %  \i %  • — a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi Daniel M Lowy Cantor Chet Gale 1 ; ... i i %  I :. %  Vtilzviiri I.. VI ,n.I VI: M .. ••! I I hundred years of Jewish liie in America Not onJj are the statispri --'VI-. show ing an inen as< -ii the s enm a handl I if stu ilr:',i~ four decago to more than sixtj (housand today, but mon %  i.have m ii n -1 rated y ha\ %  ilev n ed al instru mi': ivhi can ni, r the pla nee Slowl) but surely, they an rolling back the creeping as lation which has precipitated the "vanishing Jew psychosis" and are pro during .i youth educated in Torah, f mi lit ni in Judaism, and true to the ile;is in American democracy RABBI GROSS i .,pr> Hoi.*E>" •rTJWJjjrj I .7,30 srse? nsra ;t .crsip e'tt'-.? '.:r.:* r,rt* D*ST*3 *snjt ."nstrr ;rp :J?H nrs? swrsn rit rs;? TK .%  na niv "r,* ? sr.j irn a; — :i? ara wn -K3 iBWBS *:K -an .K'a? rs; K? -:K :"ns :r,: a^ =•-." TEMPLE T.FERETH JACOB 9S' E. 4th Ave. Hialeah. Conservative. Ilni %  • i;. .:. ,| to vi nut Mm Tui vi,,h. i in ii. n.. I Jewish education and. in particu'"I lllt-ll w.'ltlilm :i 11 r i i v. -.n \ >.itl., I,.,.. c,.l,,w.l ..<1t,..<>t,..., I r, .,1,1.,. : %  X.-rn ... VW.hlv lar "' "•'> 5C"00l ettlli .itlon III | I'nitlmi of Hi. Law." light Of this shitl in attitude, the time is ripe fur our schools across the countrj lo seek their rightful share ol community funds. Through the centralization of Jewish communal life in i Feder TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dlckaon. I : | %  i .. I'.ii-i-ii Sev i/.'. vii.Hui Symphony \i p, • s.ii n.!.., r ni s. i ri ... pi i ,,f thi vv.. K i •.., %  M|i BVUII --. i • n nl VI MI .1 Mm Ji rom.. Sim e TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. i in I lay M |i< ill \,|Inm, ilau'.-liii nt Mi :. ml vi, \ %  -..li TIFERETH ISRAEL. ooo N. Miami nuc eiianumy conditions communAve Consei vative. Rabbi Henry illy secun .'• *"ho • I take up ....• responsil In j of Ii.. Ii i ship "I J i u ish i unity fa our i it v, ihroughout I 11 tioi and ovei> .-. i \we b< •: %  lati ol -" II cades ul Daj School lift. tioi we must our atti D making tin -e schoi %  i -' able. 'Ihc i osl ol -. dui at ion itself is risin, Si i %  • i >,i low in II ..i ep le ii lalified per* i m 'sai j to ma ntain evemenl levt i .... i ,i hed h the S< hi nl studei • tioi ai ni raised much mi n aln i > tuitii i an each ol innui thousands %  : enti must be turned avva u* L' iy St hools throughout the v n trj r lai k oi scholarship ;..•.and classroom To whom -i.. the da sch t vii ii in their niomenl oi plight? l believe that the probk must be shared by the organized Jewrish community. Thi responsibilit) for maintaining these schools lies not With J parent whe sacrifices much to give his childn n thii iducation. Ataxes are colli cted to provide education for students in the public schools, -o must also donations and contributions solicited by our central charitj geaciefl be equally IStee Of communal 'hslnbutcd to'prov.dc a maximum funds and chaiitus. hut also the **< So >• wh aI "' trustee oi the community's con Doubt no longer exists as to the science Because >>f its unique vital function I (JM D.ty School position of responsible leadership, vwthin the structure of Jewish the Jewish Federation must recogcommunity life I raetical action Recently, Jewish community leaders began a reevaluation of ation. this Bgencs has Income not we if I %  pleased ppy) lie am le invitation I air sorry YOIR DTC1K.NVRV I OR TODAY D*PDta "o-K letter ".1"K m> daar brother! -;tn in family rjgjjp x 1 why I am waiting arown „h U S 'i'i'^' cveryiln'ng is MB -:K all nght aroo jrra %  nca ^an Wernick. I Idav s .;,, |, ni S I io vi. i ....-., •,. s i Mi, | | %  %  mm %  I • f Hi. vv. 1, YOUNG iSHAi L Orthodow. Rnuhi 990 NE 171st St Sherwin Mauber. al needs in terms ol survival, and must be aware of the varying ideologies and divergent philoso pines The American Jewish communitj is ihe sum total ol all its manj segments and factions and, at must follow aik; inelit ul this fact Rev. Gibson At Beach Y' T' • i '.. 1 .'.r of fes I DR MAX I IPSCHITZ %  !'. T. %  • J'I \f aim Beach. "Image ol thi iti i < !1 :n Buch, Federation attitudes toward the Eyes of the N the third the be upporl ol anj project ,... ed bj an objective evaluation based on the folio l Does the project, movi nt nl or service satisfj a need fell bj a significant si gment ol the com munit) ? 2. Docs it further Jewish life 11 in a >ei i< Ijr duous I lanned for i • %  < i ru< *day, m al ih( Mil i YMHA, 1536 Hay Rd. .Mrs. Saul M id Mrs Stern, eo i tor the di ounced tha Rev Theodore il -on rector of the Christ l ; I Church and and Jewish values, regardless ol active leadi Negro comWeoli munity, will b< leiker.



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29. 1965 + Unisfi Ibrili ir Paqe 13A OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS ibbi Sa i |UI' hi Samuel Jaffe [ollywood Beth El Z. Jaffe is spiritTemple Beth El of lid has occupied that 58. lained at the Hebrew khJewish Institute of %  948. where he receiv Bidegree. He is a jirad Hi\ a University and the %  dilute of the Elehanan %  S-minaiy. He earned Hie from Teachers Colki %  University. Rabbi I %  Doctor of Theology Hr> Burton Seminary me JS recently elected tW fj K|CIIT;\I' Board of the ("en tral HrM-r ol American RabB'.'inal Reform rabbinic rganizati founder nd pn B^' "I the lireater Holl\ rood Cle) i at pitsSrH chairman ol the Bio .ard Cani I'nit ot the American ewish Con He is \ : I frith and %  '"'•" 11-< ssurer ol the Greatei bbinical Association %  similar post ith the Board of Rabbis, which c he served .is president i> a member oi the Ad an) ol the Jewish Wei ration of Hollywood. I ithas written a number of articles dealing with religious education, as well as the pamphlet. "What is Judaism." Dr. Jaffe served as a chaplain in the U.S. Army and held a pulpit in Park Forest. 111., prior to coming to Hollywood. He was director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Florida between 1949-1952. and chairman of the Florida State B'nai B'rith Institute on Judaism. He is married to the former Edythe Colin, and has three children. Arvin 10'•-•. Joshua 8. and a daughter, Michele 2. Convalescent Home's New Unit RABBI SAMUfl JAFFE David Whitman Unveiling Tfc* P ioti %  • .. Monument Blln mor\ tinLdlc DAVID WHITMAN :• ... ru/jf place Sunday, January 31st at 1 p.m. dl tlu > pl*: m Ml. Snui ^ %  rm. <>.... I'., 'i Cemetery ^kri!'i Rdbbi P Bru^man fficuumt, I Fru • nd Relative! %  l., A. ed to Gerstein Will Speak Sunday State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein will be speaker at the regular monthly breakfast ol the Brotherhood ni Temple Beth Sholom, on Sunday. 10 30 a.m.. in the Temple Auditorium, according to an announcement by .1 a c k Shapiro, Brotherhood president. Gerstein was elected State At lornej in iit.">t>. and reelected in I960, and was unopposed b) either I olitical party lor reelection to a third term in 1%4 He is ,i past president of the Young Democrats ol Florida, and was selected as Miami's "Outstanding Man of 1957." and one of the five outstanding young men in (he state of Florida in 1958 His topic will be "Extremism 1965." Aaron Fair is program chairman ol Beth Sholom Brotherhood Aliens Must Register The Consulate or Israel in Atlanta. Ga.. this week reminded Israeli citizens that they must report their address to the U. S Immigration and Naturalization Service during the month of January Alien Ad.heReport Cards may be filled out at any local post office Relatives and friends of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida this week were invited to join the new Helping Hearts Group, which will hold its first meeting in the near future at the Convalescent Home. Mrs, J. E. Reiser, president, said that an acting chairman will be selected at the meeting Purposes of the new group, said Mrs. Reiser, are to serve as a liasion between relatives of residents and the board and Staff of the Bonn Arms to Israel? Continued from PQ# 1-A for the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. The U.S. State Department declined to comment on the reports. Department sources said the United States was "studying" the reports and mij-'ht make known a re sponse later. Home at 310 Collins Ave.; to pro vide direct volunteer services for the residents themselves, such U Utter-writing, escorted tours, adopting a resident who has no children; and to raise funds for the Home's general operation and for specific projects, such as the Special Duty Nurses Fund. Also featured at the meeting will be the presentation of awards :•> volunteers who have renderei "outstanding service to the residents." Farband Slates Meeting Tuesday Chaim Weizmann Bramh of Farband will hold itregular meeting on Tuesday. 8 p.m., at Washington Federal Auditorium on Normandy Isle. Chairman Moo Levin will introduce the latest lilm sponsored by Histadrut ol Greater Miami •Jewish Poets" will he the topic discussed by Samuel Berkenhlit. with Rose Abels giving readings of the poems in English translation. Both are members of the Chaim Weizmann Branch Hosts for the evening are Mr and Mrs. Harryy Chaet K EminuBl Gordon 1877-1946 H irry Gordon 1903-19*4 A Good Nam* Ij MI :; Treasured The I .' Rich**. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 3735533 IKE GORDON — JAMES B GORDON %  IN MEMORIAM [CLARA E. GOLDSTEIN lvr.I i M I • Idxtt %  M man ii • February 5th, 1964 22nd Shebat IN TIMES OF SORROW EXOTIC FLOWERS MEAN MORE... • ^'iv Sympathy flowers lent anywhere... 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?nge 14-A + l*i..l trfviuira iVniicil cxccnt the I nil' —*•- pupils in parochial schools attend public sch< ols I > Lietion in certain subjects deemed by the reli authorities to be without substantial religious ambiance -h organizations believe that such programs .nc like!> to prove divisive to pupils ol different faiths and there:' > towasd i(i1 llu > con sidei these programs as having •' %  *• f, *' ( • upo, the publ'c schools bj equating them with in truct.on m relative^ less Important subject matter They also sec them as conducive toward participation by religioui croups in public school policy making and adaataistration And. ol course, they hava their doubts as to whether federal hnancing ol sum programs is not in contradiction to the coi stitutional provision o< separation ol state from h rnej also adv< aas I number ol ether reasons as to wh) ch Idren from religiously-controlled schools -hould not be encouraged lo attend public school as separate i ass groups In the I" -lit il % %  '• all major Jewish organizations ; with the National Com Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Stei is Bcin-g Taken to Washin I |NIS~RICT OF Columbia authorM ities an taking steps to disturbing ol Congressiona >essii ns bj Nazi agitators forbid the display ot ht.. al such as the swas tika, tr political • strations ol %  irl in the United SI tol Building Vel Naai agitators have gotten awaj with an estimated i| a "oocative nature in and aroui d t i mc he i •dentapitol UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Russians Say 'Nyet' I'mted Nations A FUNNY THING happened to ** the Russians recently on the way to Geneva They came to he forum there, at the United iiations European Headquarters. tigging into a human rights issue he same notion that they have ieen applying so vigorous!) to I'nited Nations financing ii the tiscal area, thej chum that they are not ted in give money to the UN pi ping in! since tqp> never voted in favor ol those In the human rig Is sj have i on'l havi to have any truck with anj nmental anrzal credited tin such groups have afliliates in the Soviel i mi I Throughout the world vi like : civilized behavior, it is accepted thai inted Not, howi ver. bj Soviet standards The Kremlinnotion cl i i/ed : is You pla) it m> way, oi 1 won't play This view was transferred into thi human rights field when the Subcommission oa i levention ol Discrimination and Protection ol Ml con venei lor its annual, three-week session at Geneva Justice liannat reported that, thus far, he received contributions for his study from a number oj governments He omitted reference to one report he was known to haye received Ironi a highly prestigious work) organization, the international i ofrtmission ol Jurists Whj did he, chiel justU. the highest court in the land ol a member govern ment, ignore a report b) such a noted body as the international Commission" Well the reason is clear MornP. Abram, the United Statei expert on the Subcommission, pointi answer The Intern.. ';o lal Commission • • m had n< I m the Soviet I %  Iministered quite equallj There the boi stated, certain citii have been singled out for pers cuticn rather than prosecution for alle %  imu crimes tad who :. re those people The Russian re; ve on POup hit the ceilin R isia he said w mid refuse to re nize reports from an\ bed) that does not havi affiliate in the I SSH What about Jewish organizations, asked Mr Abram Seated in the verj room where the Suhcommission met were responsible spokesmen for various world Jewish Ixnlies. representing a mom* otherthe World Jewish Congress. American Jew ish Committee, World Agudath Israel. B'nai B'rithi the Hoard of Deputies of British Jews. Alliance Iraelite I'nivcrselle. the Anglo Jewish Association. tlie world Reform movement, and others. Without naming these bodies. Mr. Abram pointed out that the Jewish groups have DO affiliates in the Soviet Union — by edict of the Kremlin (which he did not addi. But. for the Russians, it was enough when they declared that the International Commissions report on Soviet 'justice" was "tendentious and likelous." Hall Nazi Disturbances i ,.|n\ : ibly. police quickly arrested the \...%  B il ; ej were released upon lor .S10 For a $10 "i con %  Nazis • ,i! %  : •'" %  • Dublicit) and telei ision coi erage The situation came to a climax on the opei ,, pic-e il session A Nazi he %  ., mo the verv [toot cl the lions.oi !• psenta*t authorh ea to press serious charges against the offender was immediately de nounced by National Commander Ralph Plotsky. of the Jewish War Veterans He asserted that stronc er security measures were obviously needed to preserve the dignity and ~anctity ol Congress from the notorious pranks oi publicity-seeking Nazis A number ol Congressmen were infuriated by the madeajaac) ol legal measureRep Charles S loel&on. New Jorsev Democrat, charged that the Na/is leel they are purchasing a license to disturh the peace" through forfeiture of absurdly small bonds. Me termed the Nazi actions in the Capitol building "disgraceful and reprehensible.' A Nazi delegation subsequently called on Rep ioei-on at his office They fcur.d the situation somewhat amusing Bui Ren loel nn had the laslaugh i>ii. .,..-.....i sutiiui uies agreed to rearresl the c Ipru and briag him to Irial A warrant for his rearresl was Issued Authorities assured Hep Joelson thai the Nazi would be prosecuted vigorously.' Tlie d. strict prosecutoi thai N.i/ishoul : be effeel vely | -• ti d i ished for disturbance ol the ol the ales A ,.p in the Ian was disclosi I Contempt ol il committees s a law covi rconti iii] t on the fh ite oi il, %  -.., b) intiuders Nevi legisiat i n is being intro hiced to correct tinsitu.it Meanwhile, disorderf) conduct charges will be Such charges upon convictioi ai y up 530 fine and a 90 la) jail sentence It idiiiicult to ignore agitators so bold they lump mto the middle ol a Senate or Housi session and start screaming inflammatory proi Free speech considerations do not allow ever) extremist lanatic the runt to interrupt Congres lional proceedii II Communists dared display the hammer and sickle banner in a chamber of Co ress the) might be mobbed mumtv Relations Advisory Council, except the Union of orthodox Jewish Congregations, recommended th.year that Jewish communitv eolations agencies try to a sweat the introduction of -shared time programs wherever they mav he proposed Wherever these programs already exist the local Jewish communitv relations agencies were urged to maintain watchfulness against any constitutional!) doubtful practices This, in addition to being strongly op I to giving federal aid to schools under religious control or supervision Now cairnPresident Johnson, and. m his to Congress, in which he sought an extra $1,500,000,000 for educational purposes for the fiscal year, opened the door for p.-rochial schools to benclil from his plan for federal aid for education His bill provides aid to pan. dual schools in an informal sense. And his mi Ccngress practical!) offers maximum encouragement to "shared time" practices, which the Jevi i organisations have been opposing for years The question bi fore Vmei u an Jewish leadership now is. therefore, whether to hack President Johnson's education plan which is basically [or the country, oi to ppose il I ecause ol which religious schools will receive under th pla are already today over :iMi programs regarded local %  as shared time" in operation in 35 states Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Intermarriage Viewed H ow MUCH credence is to given to surveys alleged to be howing alarmingly high pro inter tarriage sentiment among Jewish allege students? A letter in mj lie from a man who made one ol lese surveys has th li niticant bservation There is a disparity etween the answers the students PJ V JBWJ ""' i in come to face reality. I am afraid many of the an swering students merely thought it lashionable or proper to -live pro intermarriage views, believing it t, he the mark of their class the intcllegcntsi.. In the absence of more authentic surveys, thenis no way ol determining the extent ol Jewish intermarriage ami th not ustained by statis Dr J Marcus, an live *tud Vmerii i lew h scet i I rtot ian ol re %  s the Jewish it I iag< rate at a boi %  %  rcenl B zal< S ei nan Ihinks I i sot what hi i ul n I al a ,, %  there are man) studei I the pi obi.-in takin i i ^ vv "' s i .,; ,,,, \ s n itional magazine a ye carrii d an articli on 'the vanishing Jew roai I was nsl th. appraisal Recenl Jewish sisals that i sa now •' confirm the istnng Jeu thesis There is a school of opinion to the .nevi that the iBitermarriaac plague has n pi itt 'li is ..a.isi.oph.c l. the qui -MC n is whether the Jewish eommu ... Unerica still has the spiritual resources to -;the trend Th.answer to thai question, in tin.corner's opinion, is not to be found in the labyrinth ol res bul in the depths thai are beyond the pre! rods "I the statisticians As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Whv Do We Still Persist in Stereotyping lous. The court has rn Id trial I ncie i is ".in epithet which is lo j nbers ol the Nemo rate, insulting, *" T WO RECENT corn acf'ons remit d us that many people a:e stil! urn: ably sensitive t" the harm done l.y stereotyping humans and making fun "t institutions In Akron, the Ohio Ninth District Courl oi Appeals h-s ruled that | being referred to aan t'ncle Toi.i" is | lihelous. The court has h. Id that "Uncle Tom nyagaban degrading, and an allegation that such a person, lor per sonal gain, betrays his rate In New York. State Supreme ("curt Justice Henry C. Greenberg has granted a temporary injunction against the 20th Century Fox film, John (ioldfarb. Please Come Home." wherein the proud University of Notre Dame is ribbed rather roughly. Citing these two court procedureis not at all to equate the damage done Negroes and the South Bend university. Notre Dame can shrug off this nightmare incident much easier than 20,000.000 Negroes can gain economic social and political compensation tor tl I ling via stereotyping We may well lei to the lawyers „| Noire Dame and LMth Century Fox decide who loses what in the (loldfnrh -l-'i -hung In1 He. But we must look beyond lor the courts to undo the wrong wrought by decades o| racial and ethnu gteri typing in this land ol diver-itv S, me vears ago. Prof. Irving J I.ee, of NOrthwi University, offered I classic appraisal of the evil of Stereo typing "Giving something a name seems to have a ening influence upon all our relations to it It I matters to a finality Nothing further seems to need I be done The disease has been identified. The necessit) for further understanding of it has ceased to exist. Class ifications have a sterilizing effect upon liirthinquiries We of the Jewish community are more sensitive to the destructive nature of name-calling, deriigration of a group, caricaturing, thoughtless and malicious vilification All the more reason that we should lend our sympa thetic interest, our skills, and our talents to the unfinished business of uprooting anti-Negro stereotypes V >>



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9, 1965 Jewish flhridlfon Page 16*A L f Shalom Owners File Heavy Damage Suit 4 \KW YORK—— Leaders of he Jewi-h communities in Madrid and Ha'i-i icv,;i |!| icived b> Gemsfali-simo Francisco Franco, who asked him to grant legal recognition to Jewish communities in Spam, \e York limes re ported ii'"ui Maiii i 'l The audience, which was not publici •k place last Wednesdav v the I'r.ido Palace, Gen Franc residence I he Jewish COmnv;:-ity ot Madrid was repre tented by its president. Max Ma lin. IbiBarcelona Jewish common ty was represented by Alberto Levi. Tliere are today about 5.000 Jews in Spain, most of whom live i Barcelona Less than 2.000 live TBladrid. They worship under [ "statement of tolerance"' entd in 1945. but their places of rship are not marked as synalues. Legal recognition by the |le would enable the Jewish comInities to own property, to be rties in legal proceedings and to joy broader rights. 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Franco, the report from Madrid said, promised to examine the request of the two Jewish community leaders. It was the first time in 473 years that a head of Spain had officially received representatives of Spanish Jewry. In 1492, Rabbi Isaac Abravanel, the Jewish scholar who had served K i .7 Ferdinand as an aide, pleaded with the king unsuccessfully for the revocation of the decree expelling the Jews from Spain. Mr Mazin told the Times cones pondent that the audience was cordial and that the Jewish community leaders who presenter) their request to Gen. Franco are now wait Ing tor a reply. I'nder the present law. .lews can act only as individuals in regard to communal prop city and legal affairs. In this respect the situation of the Jews is not much different than the status of other non-Cathoik* religions in the country. However, some steps have already been taken to recognize the Protestant religion officially. A hiRh Spanish Government offi dal was quoted as saying: "There is no anti-Semitism and no Jewish problem in Spain We respect and like the Jews." He also revealed that negotiations are now being conducted with the West German Government for payment of reparations to Sephardic Jews who lost their property in Salonika during the Nazi regime Those negotia tioiis. nearing completion, are being conducted b\ Foreign Minister Fernando Maria Castiella > Maiz, an advocate of interfarth harmonj Bonn Studying Statute Extension Continued from Page 1-A West German Government's appeal for information "an inadequate attempt to gloss over the amnesty tor fascist murderers and t,i render this illegal step innocuous in the eyes of world opinion." The Soviet message also said that the Soviet Government would make all relevant documents available to the Bonn Government regardless 0' what West Germany did about the statute of limitations on pros edition of Nazi war criminals. in Spain The Spanish Government has recently shown interest in Sephardic communities in other countries, because it considers the Sephardim as descendants of the Jews from Spain Ocean of complaint" tanker was personnel" when the S20.00O.0O0 Shalom hit it and sliced it in half, with the loss ot the lives of 19 of the tanker new members. The Shalom had been bound for a Caribbean cruise at the time. After the crash, the liner returned to New York port under its own power. The stern section of the tanker sank soon af*-' • he crash. The bow section, with 24 survivors, was towed to a New York shipyard. The Shalom owners asked $1,900.000 for repair ol the liner and loss oj earnings while it was being repaired, and S45U.0OO to meet clan oi representatives of the tank crew members who lost thenlivi The Israeli firm had agreed to p. $450,000 to survivors of the |o-.t crewmen under an agreement mai with the tanker's owners befi the lawsuit was filed. The suit denied that the crew was at fault. It listed a sen -s of charges against the tanker cot mand. asserting that the tank wa< unseaworthy and directed ; incompetent personnel and th the tanker command failed maintain a proper lookout wh proceding at 'immoderate and • • essn e speed" in the fog. Firm Moves To New Quarters First Florida Consultants, In formerly the Melvin L. Kartzm Co., announce the opening of noffices at 1110 NE 163rd St., > Miami Beach. Firm includes Melvin L. Kai mer. president; Louis G. Wei • sler, vice president; Leonard Chusmir, vice president; Willia Kaufman. Seymour Shwekj 8 Kenneth Kasha. Your phone. For you. 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spring showing oi fashions by Wilma. of Lincoln Rd., be featured at the Shore Unit of Papanicolc.ou Cancer ?arch Institute luncheon in '.he Cafe Le Can Can of thp -illon Motel on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Shown 'seated left ; right) are Mrs. Jack Rifkin. on luncheon committee; Mrs. brman Stein, ways and means chairman; Mrs. Henrv Ge|tz. president. Standing are Mrs. Esther Bergman and Mis. fion Smith, ticke*. chairmen. Not pictured are Mrs. Jack Jvoiman. overall ticket chairman, and Mrs. Moe Blitz, chairkn >! the day. n J the UJo man s "World "eJewish Floridbian Miami, Florida, Friday, January 29. 1965 Sec'ion i Fashionplate '65 to be Presented Foil v. Hi': tinsuccess i>f the Fashionplate Initial Gifts Luncheon ol 1064, the second edition, Fashionplate '65." will highlight he opening of Women's Division activity on behalf ol Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's Division campaign chairman, an. ounc d thai through the gcnerrity "i Mrs Harrj A Yagle, all v. omen in the communit) who pledge D personal contribution to the Women's Dh isi if $100 and i Miwill be :n\ ited t" this outstanding event." "Fashionplate "65" will lie pre-i nted al i he Eden Roc Hotel on Monday. Feb. 15 "The thoughtfulness and outstanding personal contribution "I Mrs, Yagle, eouMRS. HARRY f/tClf nled with .m experienced and l n;i Colcinan F. Carroll Jos iph M. Lipton and George B. prer Named to the Hostess Commit. le*' b> Dinner Chairman John K. ing were the wives oi all previHIS recipients of the silver lielaihoii Award lor Brotherhood, rumen who have won the NCC.I IOIV r and members ol the Ex•utive Committee of the Wornp's Division ol the Florida RegThe black tie affair this year fill mark the first time that rcater Miami has been selected ) launch the observance of brotherhood Week throughout jh. United States The spell wei-k is scheduled for Feb. to 28. that flag waving from a pole JI> the new Belle Plaza pent%  use apartment of Ruth and Ick I'opiek on Saturdaj was a pre-arranged signal t<> their many friends that they had become grandparents Rom Jan, 23 to the former Ricki I'opiek and William Lader, a son named Andrew Howard Paternal grandparents are the Harry I.adeis And a cablegram Irom Israel to Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D Katz c;i Jan. 17 brought them the happy tidings that they too were grandparents ol a boy horn to daughter Phyllis and her husband, Dr. Judah Poseaberg, who have a Sahra daughter, Naava. Held at the Bar Han University Synagogue, affair naming Ihe baby was attended hy many dignitaries from the Knesseth, as well as Chief Rabbi of Israel. Dr. Isaac I'nterman. Charming Michele Lynn Edlow ehose a navy knit dress trimmed in Kelly green for the deep blue green and white sweet sixteen luncheon tendered her by par ents, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Edlow, at Paoletti's Restaurant in Coral Gables on Saturday. Jan. 9 Among 75 guests were Mlghete's grandmother, Mrs. Ann Shapiro, her sister Fianeine. three aunts. Mrs. Milton Chad. Mrs. Stuart Shapiro and Mrs. Gertrude Pollack, her Phi Delta Gamma SorConfinued on Page 4-B Juniors #/o (limn to ih 4' S4>a in mti


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Page 2-B -JenisWcrktter) Friday, January 2S Mrs. Judith Beilin, New York Consul Of Israel, to be Gi-est of H?nsr at Function Judith Beilin C msul oi the %  : Israel in Ne i i irk, will be guest <>f honor at Nal Sponsors luncheon hcl I under the auspices ol the National Won D the Israel Bond i h Ran tion at thtFontainel I on .! ursdaj m on Feb. 4 Mis Joan I oi tain i eh biatei star os Broadu aj and Hollj %  will be a special guest speaker, The i vent, which : be !i; 'l in connection with tinrMI Inter national inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, was announced here by Mrs. Jan Peerce, National Women's Division Chairman. Na lional Sponsors art' women who each year Invest a minimum ol Si.ooo in Israel Bonds Mr-Peerce. who will preside, pointed out that the luncheon will focus attention on the official open inoi a campaign for the sale of 5100.000.000 in Israt I Bonds during 1965. which will be launched on an international scale in Miami at the three-day Inaugural comei enee on the weekend o< Feb. 19. Mr* Beilin. who will address over l.ooo women at the luncheon, will report on latest developments in the Middle East Event Slated For Histadrut Senior Citizens Association (if Miami Beach is soring an evening for Histadrul on Satur day, Feb 6, J 30 p m at Washington Federal, 1234 Washin toi Ave. Rabbi Leon Kron -h wiil be guest iker Joseph Rieger will ds liver the invocation, and Vice Mayor Bernard Frank will serve a* master of ceremonies. The evening win include entertainment and refreshments, with committee members Theodore Held and Mesdames Max Tliurston and Lena Mintzes in charge. tni ol th< membei s oi I srai dip omal • coirs, Mrs t itioncd in .'.: '.'(.: Ii hei i the timn t She we\ iousij ... o:fi er for I he : !•' irei • %  -' s ii lh( Ireds cl ore gn co i .it one i in Isi .i %  to cover the Eichmann tr s!io was m < barge ol receh ing, o bell i.l ol '.; r :ovi %  nmi in. dis tinauiehed visitors from the Americas. !h< British Commonwealth. Atiica • ..ii.'.i-,.' Bun and educated in England, Mrs Beilin achieved success as an actress both on the stage and on BBC Kado. She gave up her actn. career in the late I830's in rder to marrj the ardent Zionist. Eiariy Beilin. u nd settle in Pale.-ine with him. She has made her lermanent home there since 1938. and has served Israel with distinction through her own efforts ;i .i -r taker and through her lead ership as the wife oi on" of Israel's most distinguished public figures, Hi r husband, at the time ol his death in 193Pwas chief of protocol for Israel's Foreign Ministry, From 1054 to 1957, he served as Chs Affaires i her, Pi:. i • %  he b i i been i !oi -i fien ral ol Israel to the 11 vVesU in >;.•••.o Americi From 1931 1951, the Be lins participated in < \ erj phase ol the lishmenl an I o.-v elopment ol modi rn lsra< W hilt her husband 1 urn the Jew isii A. anc: •' 'he Br.t -b mai da lor) go\ • %  • • Mrs Be lit v a* act '\ e in Hagai ah and al-o in th< program for fo mding new scttli ments At the -aim time, she was for eight years on th -tail of the Pal estine Broadcasting Service as ac tr '.produci i .d newscaster. ():. May 14. 1948. she announced the Latkes pt la, Swiss TURN A DAIRY MEAL INTO A FEAST! LATKES A LA SWISS V* lb. Switzerland Swiss cheese, grated Vi cup sour cream 2 egg yolks lvi tbsps. flour V4 tap. salt 1 tsp. mustard 1 tbsp. butter Anyone can make the holes tut only the Swiss can make the flavor Mix ingredients except butter; stir well. Melt butter in fry pan; drop heaping tablespoon of mixture into fry pan; cook until golden brown on both sides. Yield: 8 pancakes. Excellent With onion rolls and coffee. Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and no where else! SVilzerlmul em i •OONT WOIIY ABOUT YOUR WIWHT* IT TASTES SO Different 34 SKINNY W BREAD %  FRIEDMAN BAKERY 655 WASH. AVE. Fashion Forum Due at Burdine's news 6tate diu I A record number of interested emakers iexpected to attend the second annual National Home i a&hions League Forum to be prennte I on I ur suoceaalt e Mon Pah s through Mar l. at l.urd. oeM %  m i Auditorium, i h r will be both afternoon and o, enini sessi ns, leaturin. top ni m< in II <• field ol design, The main ineme ol this year's forum rh< Desig ling Woman." :. i i'ii Feb B seminar will present ... Di -"nin Woman and All utdo irs." A panel ol tour experts ate in the discussion lamill in Mason, gardening editor I Heiier Home.and Garden Maaizine; George Schloetzer. sub "onlral landscaping specialist; Bichitect, Thurston Hatcher, and Interior designer, Muriel Rudolph Proceeds /nun this year's forum w ill go to the League's Scholar.-hip Fund Female interior design -Indents from Florida colleges are eligible, with the winner being presented a 1500 clear scholarship oi (he establishment of (he a Ih) forums lma | M >SIOn on ol Israel over Haganah Ha >| a! i jiifa v nairman for this yearforum iMr> Curr-ie, with Ann p Feature Eventdirector 1^1 dine'a aoordinati wiadyti is pr< sun i Uw ..;> er oi the 1 MRS. JUDITH BlIUN KOSHER MORRISOiM^ SCHfFF \\\ "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" H -•'•. • ARL BILL LADIAAER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 t Naturally good! Tastiest snack with any dish grand for canapes, dips and munching! Two wholesome "naturals" in a delicious combination... the sensational Egg-Onion Crackers... naturally from lEtt-OrioBJ ~ CrachBrsA, naturally ,. _^ t^i,t;t*', Horowitt-Margariten! OLD PAVOEITE Man, that's yl>MM\ Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! Kasha makes the difference—real traditional ta'am. Hearty Kasha Soup. Or Kasha Instead of potatoes or 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 recipes on New Wolff's Package ffl about gathered for yo. Miriam Field] It's a long wj> from Boihenk Broadway, but Sholem KV "liltlc people" ha\ c made bxw ney through lime and space \k| over SJ.000.000 in advance •> ings. "l-iddlcr on the R il already one of the smasl all lime (and deservedb sol "'/ \an 'FkUltr' Oi u cell' nn father's iih and l>u< ^. ( /<-i /.;'.-• •>. th, company attendeda ierii weddings \\, u>, >; ,. ivriiphit let's VIM ."/u.i 'or rach left i Ston w A rachl \mei laine by a hotel i \ f!- l|H S IllSf .1 II, ip, s.inH-iimcs u-i ipSRhc ii|> u Harm loviny nicmiii I IMIMIUii oilli pairlk-ular iir4rr-* Such an hvirliMini rri-ipv |uu .imr H mifruni Mrs, MarjorkH-Maplc horn These %  %  •.., were among the festive A"" I ha>r ne v er w> this recipe m hook and think it is prohahh generally known, otkei memhers of our fondly." I ivanl In IhanL ihr huiHlrrds l Irk-iWIv rt-iidcrs "ho arc shan.ii: Ilill nir Iheir rccipi-s. im-imirk-v. ant*Hc and npiniuns. Munv ol Ihv diliiuNr I'lanlt-rs Oil recipes arc hcirn: lolrt in nor SianSard Brands Kiunrn .. i cookie Sll|: 1 esg • 1 cup suso1 cup Planters Peanut Oil • 1 CJP "'"' 1 tsp vanilla • 41 cut 2 tbsps Rotai Bakms P '! tsp sa't etssai T cups contKtioner9 tbsps milh • -t 1st • i cups chopped wamuts 4 cups naked cocoM In IMII.1 heal Ihc egfi Wtnd '" ""-" I'lanlcrs Oil. walcr anil uniil.i I !" Inn. drv ingredient*: cradu..H %  **•" mUtarc. beating wMilsn !" "? ill he si.fi.i Will il.iiir.il l-"~*divide di.uiih iroguaiicr* 11" hakim ibMI I, slwpc cull purler Into %  IVia 11 tnllnilllllS Bake .ii l lor 20 minulc*. Ht inn>c fn.m "" •"•J 1 while ho; cul inio 1-iMcti dices ( i*' 1 ^ t onihintconfciiioiMT* siivai • """• and vanilla Heal unlil sm.N.Hi *" cnoM iiHikks iih ghue: roll nan in chopped xalnul* and rum n hall in flaked CKOIHII. Make* 4.!••'•" "A 10 a luncl day SlHM mee fred A ,* 1 •QBeT KASHA COOKBOOK -2£te6p*S an nitnu ..leir(O?modern rrlMls ano < Kith KMI quest to Phyllis Wollf. P" Yn, New VoiK Mjenefits aevruing rro recipe sharing should be' u Pecdina lomeone," reasow Rosenfeld. "So, please sen S25 worth oTcharit) mone> i I rccdom from Hunger I %  • lion" The makers ol P OilandChaseA Sanbornt arc delighted u> honor lit priats request, -x nd s $2J >!iH.-si Mrs. Rcwenfeld. Memo: Chase* Sanboir and Planter* Pcanul Oil a undei Rabbinical superv MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVL EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER



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'29, i r io. adys | lie W Banuclry 29, 1965 +Jewish flerkUat Paqe 3-B eld heninl Sax* hiii a l) ops. of the Florida conference of MizGoldberg. Standing (left to right! are Women are being planned by (seated Samuel Herman. Mrs. Lillian Robinson I • ght) Mrs. Max Sternstein, Mrs. Alfred Mrs. Abraham Dlatt. Stone Mrs. Theodore Sakowi'i. Mrs. Philip Mrs. and Karachi Women's Florida Conference ipen at Fontainebleau Sunday Eve i in•-. heon of the Mizmen's Organization of %  M .ii the FonHotel will be preceded i isp coi tall part) in the Room ymous donor is hosl .-. attendins this annual hit h is part of the two... conference opening on ening il i ;i general ice dir? in Mrs Ah coordinator Tibet S and tho public IK % c the general meeting ;ii TALMUDX SEMINAR OF THE AIR Daf Hashovua" Fei • %  11 th C insecutivj Year liomJewry will have the ooportun. of leaning o page ot th? fiilir^r translated and explained I'V : bi Pinehtn M. Teitz i and .'•••." rsey 8 p.m.. Sundaj ni [hi al the Fon tainebleau, Among guests honored at the eon ference will i' Mrs Simi ha R -i binowitz. chairman in Israel >t Mizrachi Women, who will prefetrri latest repi rts from children's villages maintained l>> the Religious Zionist Organization Carole Taran, singing star o( stage and television will present ;i special program of lyrical and Jewish favorites, accompanied at the piano by local orchestra load cr. Boh Novack "Mizrachi Women's Week." to signalize the opening ol the annual Florida i opference, was proclaimed b) Metro Mayor chuck Hall; Mayor Robert Kin-.: High, ol Miami and Mayor Melvin J. Richard, ol Miami Beach. "All three di • have ex pressed their warm admiration of the work clone by Mizrachi Women nf America in educating the many thousandof ch'Idren in Israel," declared Mrs Stone Mayor Richard will personally deliver the Miami Beach welcome to the conference at the opening general meeting at the Fontainebleau on Sundaj evening. Brunch With Rabbi Tuesday At Emanr-EI "Brunch with the Rabbi" "ill be the feature of the adult education program "f Temple Emanu-EI's Women's institute of Jewl h Studies at it-session Tuesday. 11 a.m.. Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, announced Classes will gather for an informal session with Dr Irving Lehrman. who will present the second lecture discussion program on •Tools of Jewish Living Classes begin at 10 am and include beginner's Hebrew. Mrs (da Pi rush, instructor; congregational singing tor those who have completed the beginner's course, with Cantor Zvi Adler, instructor: con versational Hebrew, Mrs. Fa> Fein stem, instructor; and "Bird's Eye View of Joinl History." Morris Tarasow, instructor Temple Knianu Kl adult education program, Ol which the Women's Institute sponsored by the Sisterhood, is a part, also includes a book rev uw series. Sunday morn ing breakfast foruins and home study circles. Committee includes Mrs Leo Berman. Mrs. Maurice Can-. Mrs Jerome Goodman, Mrs. Isadore Lorber, Mrs Charles Rosangarten, Mrs I rael Teitch an t MrThomas Trent Morton Towers Hadassah Monthly meeting of Morton Towers Hadassah will be held on Tueslav noon in the Morton Towers :.' staurant. Highlight will !xa alk mi "Youth Aliyah" bj Mrs Samuel Sakrais former chapter ind regional president. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is president. Deborah Group Slates Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter ol D orah will hold a membei bi member luncheon on Tuesday n on, in the Barcelona Hotel MrNathaniel Rubel is overall chairman, (omnuttee member's ire Meadames Emanuel Blum, Julius Crottian. Aaron Rosen'.il. William Karpe. Sam Jacobs, rl Sqner and Helen Gross Bnue Weisbrod, who had been i patient at Deborah for open -cart surgery, and had been seeeted as the poster hoy by the leart Institute to light the Torch >! Friendship will lie honored {Ueal Entertainment will be uttered >y Mcsdames David Michaelson, Var.n Klein. .lay Kaye. William Apsel, Aaron Fried, S a ni u el Veiss, with Samuel Goldsmith at the piano. Members who bring new mem>ers will be guests ol Deborah. Mrs. Morris Weinberger is i dent Dr. Wo.'isort to Lecture •Mother Earth" will be the top ic ot the second lectureby Dr. Vbraham Wolfscn in the series on "The World we Live In" on Thurs dav morning in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 1334 Washington Ave Music and recitations by members of the audiencewill open the session of the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education. GREATER M'AM! COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL SERVICES IN ISRAEL-KUPAT-HOLIM extends its wari-'ost felicitations to Mr. aid Mrs Jack S. Popick on the birth of their first grandson, and to the proud parents Mr and Mrs. Wilba-'i J Lader AVA I ABIE TO CONDUCT SEO'JR'M ON PFSSACH: 0 H f~H HOLIDAYS. Afl-arouni CANTOR BAAI MOTIFf, BAA1 KORE A SHOfiH. REV. 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Page 4-B 9-Jmlstfhr/cftor? Friday, January 29, F: ( "heme of the 19G5 Hadassah Florida Regional inference will be "Hadassah Fashions the : ature." Host city will be Miami Beach. First lanning session tor the conference was held :n Jan. 12. Mrs. Maurice Cahn is local rec .ona! chairman. Committees are beina foimf d to cover details of the conference Apr. 25 : 27 at thp Seville Hotel. S'andinq (left to ght are Mrs. Nat Barth. president, Miami I each Chapter. Mrs. Max Affachiner, Mrs. :ernard Lachs, Mrs. #thel B. Herman. Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. Mrs. Harold Melnick. arrangements chairman, Mrs. Maurice Cahn, local regional chairman, Mr*. Sam Feldman. Mrs. Anna Reaback Mrs. Philip Kaplan. Seated (left to right' are Mrs. Abraham Cohen. Mrs. Samuel Solkoff, Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller, Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. regional past president Mrs. Julia Linsey, Mrs. Hyman Mintz Mrs. Morris Kripple, Mis. Manuel Feierman, and Mrs. Ben Sanderson. Not present are Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Isidore Lorber. Joan Field Will Appear Here Scheduled t appear as the highlight ol the program for Jewish Music Month for Menorah Hadassah will t>' .loan Field? di>tin guished American violinist Virtuoso Joan Field has appeared with Inajor orchestras both here and abroad. A television, radio and recording star, she gave a sei ics of concerts and lectures In Israel and Europe last summer. The first artist to appear on the newly formed cultural exchange program at the American Friends ol the Hebrew Universitj In Jerun. she also taught a master class for students and faculty members during her stay in Israel Chairmen oi the Jewish Music Month program is Mrs Victor Stern; program chairman, Mrs. Phil Abrams; and president, Mrs. I Is Bellin Tinkler The public is invited to attend the meeting, planned for 12:30 p.m on Monday, Feu 8, at Hi.lel House on the cam pus ol the Universitj "t Miami ^Jocicilitc ... b \j *sjr sabel v^/ rove Continued from Page 1-B !i> sisters and other relatives Friends Larrj Ciment, rated first aca• micall) in last year's freshan class oi 178 at Yeshiva I'mTsitj in New York, jetting >me for a lO-daj visit with parits. Mr and Mrs Louis Ciment, 30 Drexel Ave., and brother, erry Mr> Ciment. onv ot e-ivta Women vice presidents. oking forward to resting from • und of communal activities hile Larry's here Valedictrian oi his cla^s at Mesivta, arrj i planning a medical ca %  er. • Long-time friends Rose and arold Robin waiting at the air n't to greet Pauline i Mrs Leo Shubow, of Boston Both teachS ol piano, organ and accord•n in Boston many long years S{0, it wa> to Hose that Pauline irned over her roster of music students when she herseli a%  anted the role ol a rabbi's wife Now hearing ol the joj ot aching the many talented chil• 'II m the Miami area she.-. nsidering picking up where she n returning north Mr and Mrs ll.irr> Cutli ist oak Lain Phi phia, %  re entei tained Sundaj at dinit the home ol then daugh r-in-law parei ts Mr and Mrs rnard G Axelman, ol Xorth iiami Beat h Happj %  was the • lutlei 53rd wed ing anniversar) .He--were M: and Mrs David • 'iffer i I I.on \:and Irs Barrj Hirsh, ol Bn id Mr and MrManning Robts, ol Miami, recentl) ot Japan The Cutlers have three sons and six grandchildren Claudia Walden, rememl i i here for main performances in the Universitj ol Miami Ring Theatre when she was a student there, now a casting director in New York for NBC Invited by Harold Bobbin-, author ot such well-known books as "A Stone for Dannj Fisher" and "The Carpetbaggers," and his wife Grace to an April visit at their villa in Cannes, Claudia plans to jet to France in the spring Later -he'll \ i-it 1rael, where there are quite a tcu relatives ol her mother's. Mian i Beachite Mrs Fannj Siegel Mat and Peggj Mermell enter taining Camp Universe campers, parents and friends, at then seventh annual reunion thiSundaj afternoon at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club Among campers who will receive awards at the uala are Bradlex Renter, Jackie Fewer, Mitch Cordon. Gary Winston and DenniOmel. Variety Women Planning Ball "Variety Worlds Fair Ball" will be the theme ol Variety Children's %  Hospital Women's Committee animal benefit dinner dance The black tie gala is set for Saturday in the Fontainebleau Hotel's Fast Ballroom Mrs. Adrian Thai, chairman, reports that the ball last year netted over 827.000 and that this year indications are that the proceed-, all of which go to the hospital, will be greater Co-chairmen are MrJack C'our slum. Mrs Mack '; ind Mrs Irwin Green. In charge ol reserva tions is Mrs. Tcrryee Kaplan. I n addition t o fund-raising, Women's Committee members participate in volunteer services. Hos. pitality Gift Shop and Candy Strip ets teen-age volunteer corps at the hospital. Temple Sinai Sisterhood Mrs Seymour Shafran is accept ing reservations for a card part) to be held at her home on Wed ncsday. 8 p m sponsored by Tern pie Sinai Sisterhood AMIKICA S D-..".: Calarl* I Oa the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country' Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets arc enhanced by the country' club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Sfr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Ri^erare / ^ Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club ^^ Sfj JE 2-3600 {*+J Sp< JOAN HEID Zion Women Plan Luncheon Theme for Temple Zion Sister Hate iSundaj : fourth annual Mother and ,, m j n ||„. Templi Daughter Luncheon will be Sweet hearts ol Yesterday. Todaj and There will be a pn Tomorrow terpieces on displaj THE: KIS( \VM Ti:iMt\< i: 340 Biscayne Boulevard Miami Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOU* fESTIVITIES" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DECORATED SI \ICI 14.11 I II \l I J KOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS ir CONFIRMA" if BANQUETS RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS MEETINGS C A T I i; I X I. Strict/)' Ktiher facilities Avai/oblr UltJer Supervision ot RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager. FR 9-3792 Tc • 1 not* lati< Clul is* Jucl Roi daj t tor "" er een c sp ban lr: Jan stei Gai Mi> < Ma Bo to' IK' eo: 8c •fc Have trial Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion f You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private partyl at the lor Inlormatloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Oirecior, JE 1-6061 SSIrt St. Colllni %  • set 1 hai %  cH Ch a Ml D C F pi nt w tl tc n tj &f i i i J • • • • •••••••• Congratulations in order? "i hen go no further! Our expert catering staff will arrange your party right down to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mit/vahs, Birthdays — deserve our very special handling. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Wald man DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (jj) ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STRUT. MIAMI BEACH



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ky, January 29. 1965 ••Jewlsti tlrriJter Paqe S3 Idassah Unit jcial Matinee i Beach Chapter of HadasInnounces a special matinee r.i*t**-at the Coconut Orove louse on Sunday, Feb. 7. play, "Seidman and Son," Broadway actor, Mcnai la hik. who "ill personally wel,. : 16 gro ipa ol the Miami |li Ha lassah Chapter, currentijiir,. to build the John F. |i. s Memorial Building in ba U'ir.. airmen arc Mrs Morris Ko land Mrs, Ben Zeigmund. • tribute to the late Proswih be ihe new entrance Bug (o the Medical ('enter. Club Officers be Installed |l'.e Harold Spael will be keyspeaker at the annual instalpn ol ihe Golden Age Friendship i ol the Miami Bcaeh Y.M1IA. Baj ltd en Sunda). l :30 p.m. l;^( Spaet will .-peak on "The ili11 the Senior Citizen in ToSociety." pfraiin II. Gale, executive clirccof the v.M and YWHA ..i GreatI.Mianii. will install officers and umittec chairmen. kfficers for 196S will be Morris .stein, president: Mary Apple iirn. first vice president; Knima Jich. second wee president: Henri Levy, treasurer; Anna Sclni financial secretary; Hose %  tz, recording secretary; and hnic Rosen, social secretary. kommittee chairmen are Sophie Inheim, refreshments; Minnie nn. sunshine; Mary Apple m. purchasing; Dora Wattenr_ prizes; Anna Schuster, welDiinu: Michael Tenenholtz, pubitions; Vfar> Applebaum, %  i die Rosenberg, >ng highlights will lie the i. a ol ,i citation to Financial Iretary, Anna Schuster, who Is honored 'tor her outstandtribution and sen ice to the ., | : .nil df many j ears. i iolden \ •• e Friendship i horal Group ill presenl am mi lor I lie dii pet i 'ii ol t B Barnctt ksvid Pinski >neg Shctbbaf •iday Evening ka' '' Astor, president Da> i %  Bsk: Folk School, announces the k< i meg Shabbat ol the school Hi hi Id mi Friday, s p.m., at I band Center, 842 Washing v e I its will be greeted by culr. hairman, Mendel Chomitz. ;* %  '• cal Personalities" will be i | ol Ihe lecture given b> in, principal of the tool Folk songs in Yiddish and I ill lie rendered by solo! :. "( %  (• %  Packer larrations in Yiddish by Sam Ishkin and communitj singing der the direction <> t choir confetor Hen Yomen are also on the bsi am. Art Show At Beth Sholom •Clothesline Art Show" of Nursery School. Temple Beth S Irin.-wil! be held on Wednesi evening at the Temple, accon to an announcement bj school rector. Mr>. Tobias Simon. Mrs. .hick Sandier and Mrs \ Wilson are heading up Ihe c parents to arrai ge exhih Aged from 3 to 5 the c dren's irk will be displi yed paint, linger paint, claj a c rayon. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spirit leader ot the congregatii n, speak on "When Johnnj As About God," followed bj a qu -• Uon and answer period. Refn ments Will be served. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan Is eh. man ol the Beth Sholom Ii' lig School Board ol Education. Members of Temple Israel Sis'erhood who modeled clothes manufactured in Israel at the second "Sound of Books" series breakfast held on Jon. 12 in Wolfson Auditorium are (left to right) Mesdames Arnold Rubin. L. Fogelman, Ben Samuels, Leonard Beldner. Stanley Wassman. Rhea Gladwin and Julius Rosenberg, who has become an "angel" by underwriting the book review series for the next five vears. El Al Israel Airlines sponsored the breakfast and fashion show attended by over 350 ladies. Sullivan County Picnic Friends and visitors from SulliDuo in Charge Of Dancing Here Abraham Brownchweig and Si Levin have been in charge of I • dance program of the Senior l izen Groups at the Miami and ami Beach YM and YW1IA for I past Two years. Before that, they offered th folk, square and social daniinjj struction to the Golden Age Gro ot the Mosholu Montefiore t' 1 munity Center in New York. Sessions are held at Miami. 8Ave. and SW 8th St.. on Tuesda i lltllti"" iNIU tlIVlfl IIWIII %  >...* .-*.. imu +j T. wu %  Mayor Arthur Sn>-der. and Mavor Robert King High, and John Edelman, president, ol v. i] Council "i Senior Citizens, Washington, l>. C at Ihe Bel Vire licnitaries, For Very Special Occasions... In charge ol reservations were Max Freedson, president. Florida Hotel, on Thursday, l 30 p.m st lU council for Sen-ir Citizens, Edelman was io speak on "Med c nd Louis Shapiro, president. Sun „„,,..' Guests were to be Mayor Shine State Senior Citizens. •--.--.—.-*• COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, youra exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservation! call 9IV957I in Miami, e> WA J-Rlll in Hollywood HOLLY WOO D-BY-THE-SE A ^4* ***** *> •v. i ONE bntainebleau ON THE OCEAN AT *Ath STNEET WIANII M*CH, *LA •-A ^.^^Mi ^mm %  i .1 i-nYltf" 1 --" -*"' %  mStd MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They art unequalled In their profession I They ere the diUdo's catering staff. They will make a success of any party.. .• wedding... a Bar Mitrvah*... a business A meeting or a social luncheon. They win f serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the diUdo's newly decorated Cotillion Koom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call IfcTalchner at iEfferson 8-0811 for tin best function you've ever haal Z. *& A SlrMn fmll EntvrfrtM 0CEANFR0NT. COLLINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN P0AD MALL



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Pcge S-B \k*ls*ncrldlktn Friday. January 23. ji oie and alencon lace which outlined the scooped neck line and was appliqued to the hemline in a broad panel. The floor length >kirt fell to a chapel train ; nil pointed sleeves tapered to the wrists A matching pillbox with Iicon appliqued lace held the multi tiered illusion veil Wearing full-length gowns of rusal blue and emerald brocade, its included the bride's Bister, Ksielie Segal, matron 'i honor. Ellyn Kaufman, maid ot I i ira Schwebel, Anne s, %  tebel, sisters of the bridegroom, Shirley Cohen, and Son(ira Rosenfleld, the bride's sister, bridesmaids Mrs. Fred Fleishman kept the ^ue-t book. Best man was Mitchell Nesser. Fred Fleishman, the bride's broth i • Ualph Kreutzer and Fred lint ushere I N'ou attending the Universitj ot M ami, new Uri Schwebel Is a graduate of Miami High and at tended Dade Junior College The bridegroom is an alumnus < i Hackle) School for Boys m Tar rytown, N.Y. and the Universitj Miami and is presentlv with the i le Count) School system (in their return from a honeyM %  MRS. JOHN SCHWEBEl i>oon .n Jamaica, the newly-weds will Uve at 7250 SW B3rd St, Plaza. Beth Dcvid todies Planning Cruise Beth David Sisterhood will spon -or .! cruise on the M V Bilu, sailig to N'as au and Freeport in the Bahamas The ship will leave Miami Friia\ Mar I!'. at ."> 30 p .in and return Mar 22 in oharge ol reservations are Mrs Sylvia nek and Mrs. Kuth Syrop, who declared that this will he the last cruise ot the Bilu here before returning to Israel." Goldbergs Tell Sandra's Troth Mi and MiSamuel Goldberg 5310 SW 3rd St., have announced the engagement of then daughter. Sandra to Salomon Wainberg. son ol Mr and Mr.v Jaime WaJnberg of San .lose. Costa Rica Mis> C.oldberg atienitcd Miami High and gradualed from the I'm \ersity ol Miami, cum laude She was a member ot Nu Kappa Tau. Alpha Lamba Delia. Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Phi. Joint Edu cational Council, and was cited for "Who's Who." She is currently working for a Master's degree at Teachers College. Columbia University in New York Her Bonce attended bigh school ii Detroit. Mich, later attended the University oi Miami Evening Division and graduated with a DBA in accounting. He wa.a member ol Kela Alpha Psi He is cur rently with a CPA firm and work my towards a Masters In Business Administration at the Universitj ol Miami. I'he wedding is planned lor June 27th at the Seville Hotel Torah Uroup of Hadasah will held its annual merchandise bazaar anil hobby show on Monday. Feb. 8. at the Coral Cables Wo mans Club, lool F. Ponce de Leon Blvd., starting St noon and continuing throughout the da\ Member.of the group have been bus) sewing, knitting, paint mc and ( lUecting items to be sold at bargain prices. Mam special items ,M DONNA EVANS ViridKh Italian S nger CHUCK PAYNE tnttfr nation ii I Singing Sen. [fON SCHACHTtR I GITIL SHIN AND OTHERS ON SCREEN SUSAN MAYWARD in "BACK STREET" CINEMA '2ib WASHINGTON AVE. M.itmee Evening 1.25 Overall chaii men are Lewison and Mrs. Murrj with Mrs. Hcnrj Shier at publicit>. Doughnut Sate Sund:. Junior teen agers, ninth grade, of Temp i are having a fund i Doughnut" sale on Sin to 12 noon in the Tempi,. pjrj lot. Co-chairmen ot the are Mrs. Herbert .sellma,.-,; ^.. Leon D.iriow pf5rf4*c ifaM lOBerf f W sawi^sBdRJnia,,!,,,, ijSS. -rrao 7 ^ K Marriage itaiiaB style TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFflCE OR BY MAIl! box office open 10:30 to 930 T[CHNICOlOIISUril*IUyiSl0tl*W f0< WAHItH BCS %  LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JI MTK 2 performances daily 2:00 I 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI DOG RACING ?". lt..lnnl L E I i i <-' NOW NITELY Except Sunday) TWIN DOUBLE RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE S6 405.80 -. DINING AT RUSTY'S ROOST from 6:30 P.M. N Wt o*. ( .*.r : MIAft£* BEA^H r Exciting Twin Double SOUTH 1NO Of CCll iM AVI MIAMI OIACM *> m % : Po$f rime 8:IS P.*. ('* by a nose I the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM %] 00 • SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse # Cafeteria 38 Min North of Miomi • Flo. Turnpike Exit No. 5 Miami Area Reservations Coll Toll Free 949-1141 • Direct Bus Service-Call Cray linef F* 3-3127, Wfllf'i H M81 No Racing Sunday* • Sorry, No Minor* ')



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lay. January 29, 1965 Jen I s* ThrHlrtn Paqe 7-B •Ml.WiMlnMMIMMMWim ..i*i*..-..i' %  IHMNlMMUMMWai itIMI %  *-! wm m i %  i ... ^Arbout people and places... Zionist Leaders in Congress Report HJEST SVAR MYRON COHEN Traffic i" ihe 63rd St. block on Collins Ave. was Ibsolutely at a standstill as 1.300 women. aH ookiiie like living dolls, swarmed Into the Dean rille Motel to attend the tribute luncheon given j\ Women American ()RT. in henor of their Mi ah Mother* l!;ibl>i Irving l.ehrman and his u! Belle, just back from their exciting trip to Israel iwth looked wonderful. Myron Cohen was pi iis best Mayor Melvin Richard reminded panel that they had to be back at the same hotel [for dinner Among guestl were Mrs Mickey %  KI'LUS. Mrs. Capel Ascher. Mrs. Arthur Burrcl. MrHenry Gilbert. Mrs. John Pierce. Mrs. Inez [Krensky. Sirs Florence Kupperman. Mrs. Morris ll.ipp. Mrs Normnn Kline. Mrs Lawrence Preiss. • Mr*. Dave Miller. Mrs. Sy Kronish. Mrs. I.ouis Barron. Mrs Henry Gewitz, Mrs. Paul Allen. [Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, land Mrs. Barf tlolri. SHE BECAME A TEEN How best could Sheryl Malter celebrate beIcoming a teen than by having twelve of her classmates at Nautilus School meet her for lunch at the Pampered Pup then on to an afternoon of bowling? Her mother. Mrs Marilyn Malter. and grandma, Mrs Michael Miller, enjoyed watching the fun. Esta 'Mrs. Alani Bialcs hurried over on her lunch break from the Normandy Branch Ol the Miami Beach Public Library to wish Sheryl a happy birthday. %  DIC YOU KNOW? Gladys (Mrs. .lack) Pineberg slipped and tell. she dropped a bin bag of groceries. Nothing in the bat; was broken—not even an egg was crack id. But Gladys broke her ankle Fay (Mrs Jack) Ablin attended the Col. Jacob Arve; Tribute Dinner m Chicago. She said thai when Deput} Prime Minister Abba .owe Gallery ixhibit Opens lere Tuesday Two i xhibitions one ol painti.:the other i)t sculpti.lc uill % pen al the Joe and ESmih Lowe Vrt Gallery of the University of liami on Tuesday Featured will be the works of kgurative paint.•: %  Clay Hagewood |nd sculptor Abraham Blustein, both of whom have won numerous %  wards. An instructor al the Memphis Academy of Aits, Memphis, Tenn., )agewood has exhibited at Smithloniai Institution, the Librarj ol Congress, Palace ol the Lemon of Honor in San Francisco, George Pea body College Pallas Museum 31 Fine Arts an I al other museums i niti-d States and Canada. Blustein, a noti d sculptor now L n in Florida, was a prizewin %  Her in a recent show ol the Sara sola Art Association. He has ex Jhibited at man> galleries, among jtliem the Corcoran Gallerj ol Art i ungton. I> < and the Vior ni;..llcr\. New York Cltj Dr. Ciilsky Speaks Here n an addres. here at the Amen an Cancer Society's Cancer Care Nursing Institute. Dr. Jaeob Coliky, director <>i medical oncology at Jackson Memorial Hospital, told el new drug developments and their potential in the treatment of cancer. "Through new programs oi multiple drug use. remissions in children with leukemia have been from one to five years.' he revealed. El an looked around at the 4,000 people attend ing, he observed: "Plenty of chickens were certainly prepared tor this -dmnw'-' Pat (Mrs. Charles) Goldstein was thrilled because lor the first time she was winning a tennis match from her worthy opponent Bann' She slipped and fell on a tennis ball and broke her leg Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers enroute from her home in Coral Cables to Miami Beach tor j luncheon dale with M\ra (Mrs Aaron) Fanhad the experience ol following a herd of elephants all across the causeway. No. it wasn't a safari; they were circus elephants. The Myers. Pairs and Aaron Goldmans had just returned from a weekend in Nassau and Freeport Mildred and Morry C.idney moved into the most divine house on No Bay ltd It could be called Gidne) Grand Central Station, especially on Sundays. Mildred has developed into the best fisherman of all. She baits her own line. too. In one hour while everyone was beating their brains out trying to outfish Mildred, she pulled in eleven fish, all big ones MATTIE'S RAINBOW At the end of Mattie Washton's rainbow is the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. She was hostess to a luncheon for the Louis I) Brandeis Group of Hadassah in the Fontaine Itaom of the Fontainebleau Matties b.rtnuay was the same day as the luncheon Next to her. sat her daughter, Honey (Mrs A L.i Clickman, to nive her a big ki^s as she blew out the candles on her birthda> cake Among the well wishers were Mrs Sam Blank. Mrs Lee Vogel, \hv Fred Jo: as, Mis Carl Weinkle, Mrs Alexinder Muss, Mrs Irving stark. Mrs Sol Morgan, Mrs. Bernard Berkley, Mrs. Joseph Rose, and \ir Leon Ell. —Frances Lehman. Jim Bishop Eve En Hollywood Brandeis University Broward C tint) Women ( oin nittee was i. sponsor a special "evening with Jim Bish ip on Thursdaj at Temple Beth F.l ol Hollywood al 8 p.m. Bishop, nationally-syndicated columnist and author, who now lives ,n Hallandale. was to describe his recent visil to Israel Two national leaders of the Zionst Ornntmation of America who have iust returned as delegates [mm the 26th World Zionist Con tress in Jerusalem will bring a -peeinl report to the community "re at an open NIMMIUI sponsor cd by tho combined districts Of the aoA. The meeting, open to the public, il take plate on Thursday eve ling, I eh ;. at the Foiltameliliau llo'el Mortimer May, pasl national pte&i lent of the Zionist Organiza tion ol America, and the onlj del%  gate from the South to attend the Congress, and Dr. Morton J. RODbins. noted surgeon and Zionist leader of Nashua. N. 11.. will deiver the report. May i< president of the May | Hosiery Mills of Nashville. Tenn.. i ind a winter resident of Miami Beaeh. He is a graduate of Columbia University, a Phi Beta Kappa and a nationally known leader in. the Reform Jewish movement Ho is honorary president for life of tin Southeast Region of the ZOA and has been a delegate to the last four World Zionist Congresses Dr. Bobbin-, a noted poet, author and lecturer, Is assistant chairman of the National Executive Council of the ZOA and naUo al chairman Of the American Zi nist Youth Commission. He is mder and honorary president of the American Physicians Fellowship Committee, the Israel Medical Association, founder and president it Camp Judaea, New England. Prof. Andre Bialolenki, chairman oi the evening and program chairman of the Miami Beach Zion. st District, has announced that the nationally.lamous Israeli singer and accordionist. Ziggy Binor. will prc-ent a special program of Israeli and Yiddish songs at tha meeting, David Marcus Installation Col. David Marcus Post and Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans ol the United Slates, will have its annual installation of officers for 1965-66 at Washington Federal Auditorium, fifw NE 167th St.. on Saturday evening, Feb <; A program of entertainment is planned. -. MR. AND MRS. COHEN Cohens to Mark 50th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Samuel Cohen will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary during the late Friday evening services, 8:13 p.m., at Beth Kodesh Congregation. Their two sons. Herbert Cole and Seymour Cohen, will conduct the sen U es Seymour Cohen will deliver a talk on 'Yea. I Have a Goodly Heritage A reception in henor of Mr and Mrs Cohen will take place in the auditorium and patio following the services DINNERS fROM $2.25 open from 5 P.M. til 5 AM. King Size Drinks BILL JORDAN and his world famous Twin Pianos THE PARIS THEATRE ZXSSST A VENUE SECOND BIG Y/ttK! ON STAGE IN PERSON The Funniest Yiddish-American Comic on the Stage Today! MICHEL ROSENBERG & HIS OWN SHOW • Feofuring the fomous GAMM SISTERS • Also the "Wild One" RUSTY DORE • Extra Ad-teH attractionNEJMA the World Famous Belly-Dancer ON SCREEN "THE EARTH CRIES OUT" Jewish Version of "Exodus"' GAMM SISTERS •Singing Instr mentaliats* MICHIl ROSENBERG NOW ON STAGE —IN PERSON MENASHA SKULNIK Direct from Broadway in the hi'anous "SEIDMAN & SON" PRICES a. PERFORMANCES FOR PLAYS Sun., Tues.. Wed., Thur. 8:30 P.M. $4.95. 3.95, 2.95. 1.S* Fri. a\ Sat 8:30 P.M. 55.45. 4.4S, 3.4-.. i.tt Mat. Wed %  & Sat. 2:0> P.M. $3 50. 2.50 Regular Box Office Prices Charge Tickets at BURDINES, Flagler St.: JOROAN MARSH, Miami Ft. lauderdale COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANTS A ART GALLERY 3500 Mam Highway, Miami HI 5-2581 1532-5594 Our Specialty: Banquets S Any Sort Of function OINNtR -ONE SHOW N.TELY AT 8:30 I 211 22nd STREET off 22nd 4. Collins AveW FOR RES. 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rage 8-B *\ rw 1st ncrldian Friday, January 29, I9ct| ( WOMAN OF THE WEEK Judith April has ;i voice thai matches her last name Tin' lilting lift of her soft enthusiastic voice makeyou dream <>t spring. Judith consideres herself a native Floridian because -hv moved from New York to Lakeland. Fla., at the age Ol six She was r;usi(i in a traditional Jewish home, where both her fathei and mother were active in the synagogue One of her favorite memories is her mother as Sisterhood president for umpteen terms. She went to the University of Florida, where as a representative of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. she represented U ol F in an interfaith conference, little dreaming she would he mure vitally interested In religion in a shert time Judith met her future husband. Rabbi Samuel April, when ho came to Lakeland to fill his first pulpit. Judith twinkled as she -aid that all the girls say. "I'll never marry a rabbi." But Judith found out that being the wile ot a rabbi 1exciting, inspiring and lun. Then, the Aprils moved to Miami, where he is spiritual leader "I Temple Or Olom. Their two children. Max Michael and Lu;ibeth Car;., keep Judith hus> at home, b'.-t she findtime to he active in Temple Or Olom Sisterhood, the National Women's League ol United Svna c i>! America and th< adult education group ol the Temple As soon athe youngest is a little older Judith wants to broaden her base ot community participation Temple or Olom i.. young con.'. and Judith finds it f...ting to be included in the life cycle ol their verj own congregation She tries to go with the Rabbi on both his -...; and ha| pj missions They lov sports and go to all of the football Raines not scheduled on Fridays. Judith ;<> thai Miami has so much to offer and is anxious t<> take advantage of all of the cultural affairs here Rabin and MiViril are bringing up their children in Miami in the Jewish in tional waj ot life, trying to instill in them ;ht fine riches < %  being a;: American but also teaching them tiie fulim oi their Jewish heritage Cooking is not one ol Judith's specialities; although alter years ol trial and error, she has developed a matzo ball that :nol toe fluffy and not too hard. Judith says her Ral I is the perfect traveling panion Their first trip v ...when Mike was six weeks old. and the-. v.iiit to Texas to \.-.' the Senior Aprils. Rabbi and MrSimon April From there, they drove to Mexico .'it\ Lea %  children in Lakeland, the) hail one vacation in Puerto duo in addition t.> lovelj scenery and delightful per.-iii' i!,. \ mi-;, thej enjoyed the delicious TV diimc:thai Herman Wolk has flown into San Juan One trip was to Colombia Judith is quiet and reserved, but always read) to work in whatever capacit) she ineeded, or give advice when Rabbi and his family and a young rowing i ;> together in their deep feeling lor Judaism prove .1 wonderful background for Judith April and her jov and delight in being part of it Rabbi's Father Guest Speaker ', Fridaj Kneseth l. %  i i i ation i eaker n fta il Dr. 1 uis Lehrfield, chi ... [11 fatl er ol i; i i rfiel the I Di i.ii. field i I the liver il "i i %  ii ago nd • i the •wish Univei of Ami lie a past prei t ol the Rabbin. .il i and ol tinCm ... i Rabbinical Council lie ion the board ol the Jewish Universit) of America and the Heicademj ot Chicago. Dr. Lehrfield serves .f the Northwestern Hos pital in Chicago Dr 1.' hi I.eld will speak on the life and personalit) of Rabbi Israel Salanter, the father of the Mussar movement in Europe Nussbaum, Gold In Noon Rites A hiith noon ceremonv on Sunday, Jan 24, united the former Judith Ellen cold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gold 2350 SW 28th St.. and Stuart Aaron NUSShaum. with I.ev William Lipson Officiating. Nuptials and reception v huh followed were held in the Assembl) Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel The bridegroom i> the son of Mr. and MrNathan Nu-shaiini. 361 Jefferson Ave. follow 111a honeymoon In Jamaica, he and his bride will live in Coral Cables. For the wedding the bride cho-e a formal -own of silk oryanza and chantilly lace It was fashioned with fitted bodice overlaid with lace, scoop neckline and lon pointed sleeveThe sheath style skirt had waist to hemline lace panels on either side, and full, soft pleats falling to a chapel train. She carried a white continuation Bible covered with hybrid orchids and v hite phalaenopsis orchids tied in the streamers. Honor attendants were Mrs F.l liott Merman and MisBarbara Cold. Bridesmaids included At lene Cohen. Linda Hyman, Karen Feldman and Cindy Cold. Best man to the bridesroom was Eric Merlin with Elliott Bernian. Ronald Silver, Stewart Bakst and Richard Yankovv serving aushers. A graduate of Miami Senior High, Mrs. Nussbaum will receive a degree m elementary education from the University ot Miami in June Her husband, now connected with Reception Follows Kleiman Vows A reception followed the wedding olf Marsha Jane Fierce and Thom a Albert Kleiman at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan T.\ at the .I'.iscayne Terrace Hotel Rabbi Simon April performed the ceremonv Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin. 1925 SW 21sl St Dr. and Mr.-. Morris A Kleiman. 2368 SW 18th St. Attended by Mrs. Jerome Moses the bride chose a floor length gown of taffeta with chantilly lace forming the bodice and sleeves. The skirt was styled with a chantilly lace panel and a train of taffeta. The bridal bouquet was a heart o| white roses Serving as best man was Richard Pierce with Michael Shaw. Gerald Mark-. Larry Fishkin and Louis Greenwald, groomsman Following a honeymoon in Js maica the couple will live at 2477 s\\ 19th 51 Now working towards a Master's degree in history education at the University of Miami Graduate School, the bride graduated with honors from the Universit) ot Florida with a degree in artin Education, She plans to teach -o cial studies at the high school level following graduation The bridegroom attended tin University Of Flor.ua tor two years and served lor three years with the Arm) Securit) Agency, stationed in Germany, lie 1now completing requirements for a Bachelor degree in radio and TV communications at the University Fiedlers Reveal Miriam's Troth Hr. and Mrs. Michael 1 1950 SW 1:1th 5t are ., %  -„„ JIH ,; the engagement ol thenrj, Miriam, to Steven K u Mr. and Mrs. Philip .her. i2:::.n SW roth ci The future bride. ;, studeni Geo r g e Washington 1 school of Education in Wa< I). C attended the t Miami where she was v\. %  • Kahi MKS. STUART NUSSBAUM RichardDepartment Store, ian alumnus of Miami Beach Senior High and the University of Miami School of Business. Attending the nuptials were the bridegrandmothers, Mrs. Hattie Fiering and Mrs. Georgette Gold, and the bridegroom's grandmother, Mr.-. Blanche Nussbaum, ot New York vv n. 1 K.tlu M$. THOMAS KUINIAN Miami w here he inew editor tinschool newspaper, Hum c.i no. of the Honor Societv \ ( da Delta. She served ... ol Debs. BBG, and recot etary of Civinettes Now attending the in. Maryland Dental Colled more, Md., the bridi also attended the Univi Miami He was a mem be \/_\ shield of David Pioneers Slate Joint Card Pcrty + Greater Miami Count •leer Women is sponsorin card party ol all chapterMrOscar Zeltzer. vici deal of Golds Meir Club, chairman On the comm Mr-. Israel Ccrstcin. \i .1 n BoKakman and Mrs p.. y : tein Representing (oral c.r 1 Chi MrS.im Davis, ami mah. Dr. Celia Dickman The affair will take Wednesday. 1 p m., in thi Marsh Auditorium v >o to Child Rescue Fund I Israelite Center Installation Set At Friday evening 1 Pabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-I itual leader of 1-1 ael will install newlv eie. and board members The following have In 1 president. Max Parness v [dents, Mbert Zism in Ja< son, Ben Segal; financial tarv. Chester Lei'er. recordil retary, Clare Stanle). eorre.ing secretary, Louis Fine: urer, Max Garshag; Bet ai ms MornAron, ||v man R< I'.o.I'd members Josenh \ son, Elsie Eisner, Pearl K01 her-.: Sol Koenigsberg, Sai chell, E>thei Richman N'al S ••is. Lydia Shenkin, N'al SI Meyer Simon. Louis Sonsk) 11Vanowiti Copf. Gardner to Speak Next regular meeting raelite Center w ill be held day. B 30 p in In the S01 Guest speaker will be 1 Gardner, ol El M Ail ine u ill narrate the film rael Todaj Cap! 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ov. January 29. 1965 ••Jewish Her Mian Paqe 9-B itrvyiinctlyj yours, h pp %  EMPLE Menorah Sisterhood presented its annual Stairway the starLuncheon and FashIon Show on Wednesday atteroor in the Starlight Root 01 the ),„-;.! note i ib members mod1,,. g comph '< %  new collection from Lewis Fashions, and their nit.in''\.ei %  created by J. l!.il< i. <) e-ere greeted by Mrs. Elsie "•• : -k>. president, in •nd white abstract print h si ith a low scooped %  neckline • rt sleeves Luncl eon n man. Mrs. Herbert Kaplai iin a striking ic pink I ensemble. Her dec ilet %  -• i bad a matching short fitte -t which featured ;i rutl • irtrait neckline ot silk organic Ker vice chairman. MiJack sej.il, chose a porcelain bli "• shift with the pleated • quarter length sleeves 'led neckline in ;. Milton Singer lame shirtwaist hat. MrSelma te was embroidteads on the fitNewman selected nice piece silk in nav> and -ilk blouse had • and her iackel Limming walk jngerine-colored Ih pie knit was worn I % %  [rs : Prince. %i ol a skin, a wide k < ti bell encircled h %  \. %  er straighl cul i | %  • %  $th i\ Harrow's beige and cini • ool suit had a cinnam I mandarin-colBright B<>! % %  ri "' Sol Prankel. ilured a tunic i< h was double in the A line •• double breasted irn by Mrs. Saul pale gr > Ital•-. Jules Slansky >ce bone cos ie boucle wool hie white l .o the cowled neckline was the choice of -Mrs Moe Kurman. Mrs. Ben KrovetZ chose the popular navy blue nautical-inspired knit. EMPLE Judea. of Coral GaDaughter Luncheon and Fashion Show on Sunday afternoon at the Beefster Restaurant. Children's clothes were modeled from the Pride and Joy Shop, lingerie by Acine's, and women's day and evening wear was from Dolingcr's in Dadcland. Again. .1. Baldi created the coiffures. Chairman for the day was Mrs. Hyman Belkin. She wore an off-white silk shantung sheath skirt and matching overblouse, which was banded in orange. Mrs. Jay Bearman chose a canary yellow silk suit, which was collarless and buttoned down the front. Rust and green were interwoven in the two-piece knit which Mrs. Irving Schwartz wore. N'avy blue wool boucle with a Vneckline and three-quarter length sleeves was the choice of Mrs. .lack Matza. Mrs. Milton Goldberg's emerald ureen and white f w. i in r-Knhr MRS. IRWIN KAT1 Kotz, Wiesel Will Live in Gables After Honeymoon Coral Gables will be the future home of newly-wedded Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Robert Katz following a honeymoon trip to Jamaica. The former Doreen Eva Wiesel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wiesel. 1417 Lenox Ave., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz. 550 NE 158th St.. were married on Saturday evening. Jan. 23. at the Feldman, Nemeth Exchange Vows Muriel Nemeth and Dr. Samuel A. Feldman were married on .Sunday. Jan. 24. at the Deauville Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lack Nemeth. 6366 SW 13th St. A graduate of Miami Senior High School, she has served as administrative assistant to the Dade County Child Guidance Clinic. She will continue her studies at the University of Miami. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman. 18715 N\v 10th ft., the bridegroom received his BS degree at New York University and his MS and PhD degrees in psychology at Yeshiva University. Chief clinical psychologist at the Dude County Juvenile Court P.-ychintric Clinic he also serves on the board of directors of the .Men tal Health Society of Greater Miami, as director of the Council on Preventive Education and is consulting director of the Florida (riirtlens Children's Center. Attending the bride were Mrs. liarrett M. POthenberg, matron of honor. Miss Marlene Goldner, maid of honor, and Miss Lori Poth ei.berg. flower girl. Attending the groom were Morton Feldman. best man. Philip oldman. ring bearer. Ronald Feldman. M.D.. Jerome Cohen. Barrett M. Pothenberg, Larry Pothenberg. Oscar Bu r s t e i n Doimlns Nemeth. and Norman Clment. After a honeymoon in Mexico City and Aeapulco. the couple will live in North Miami Beach. MBS. SAMUft KIDMAN Rabbi Ri&'ifer fo Talk l!:i!)l)i Harol i llichtcr will addresa Sunda> Si to I w tip at Temple Be h Shi in on sunda; ..t ii :is a.m on i> ffi ren tween Our Pn D. j Religi i Groups In Judaism." accents silk print sheath had the cowled Deauville Hotel. neckline. A two piece, bone-colored lace was worn by Mrs. Edward Blackmail Mrs. Jack Palot came to watch her grand daughter model and chose a navy silk with white lace applique down the front of her dress. A YELLOW raw silk sheath ^ with a matching jacket was the choice of Mrs. Joe Fromkin Mrs Fllis Robins was in a shock. ing pink lightweight two-piece wool An unusual beige Italian knit with peach colored flowers crocheted on the front of the overblouse and skirt was worn I) Mrs Art Apple. Mrs. Joe Krefetz's double knit cotton featured a black and white hounds tooth .heck, and was long sleeved with a cowl collar. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated and a reception followed. Honor attendant to the bride was Stella Katz. with Monique Bernstein and EUsa Katz as flower at the Temple Adult Courses At Temple Judea An eight-week course of adult education QHMSes at Temple Or Olom, sponsored bj the Bureau ol Jewish Education, will have its second session on Mondaj evening for Beauty i.i i. d i • v. .1 W< Ih"silk length breaste I silhnui" line waals 1 there I.I:, kn:' v a: in :i • i %  %  knit shif si r prii girls. Robert Wiesel served as best man and ushers included Arnold Wiesel. Alan Ehrlich. Marshall Abel. Jack Myers. Jay Brooks and Roger Brooks. For the ceremony, new Mrs. Katz chosp an imported pure silk brocade gown fashioned with fitted bodice, long sleeves, and Aline skirl falling to a regal train. The silk illusion veiling was held by a matching brocade open crown, and she carried a cascade of lilyof the-valley and white orchids. The bride is a graduate of Lear School and has a degree m elementary education from the University of Miami. A marinate of North Miami Senior High, the bridegroom will receive a degree in accounting from the University Subjects covered, from 8 to 9 p.m.. will include Hebrew and history ; from 9 to 10 p.m.. lecturediscussion on -What We .lews Believe." Jewish family living chairman is Nlrs. Emery Green. Faculty members are Benjamin N'iedwzetzki, Louis Schwartzman, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Rabbi Samuel April. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Rabbi Morris Kipper. "* j PRATT* LAMBERT Lyt-all Mrs. Al Jacobson was one ol the many mothers whose daughter appeared in the show. She watched while wearing a burnt orange raw silk suit. Black silk with a matching jacket was worn of Miami in June by Mrs. Richard Horwich. Multi^z colored horizontal stripes brightened the bodice of her sheath. Mrs Ben Goldman was in a mint green nubby wool sheath with a coordinated floral print wool jacket. Her daughter Shelly was one of the models. Hemophilia Auxiliary Reservations for the Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami Beach meeting at the Bel Aire Hotel on Thursdav noon. Feb. I. are being accepted by Mrs. Delia Delancey \ program will DC presented following lunch. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FRff DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI SECRET OF FOOT COMFORT To enjoy your stay in Sunny Florida walk in comfort and be happy in a pair of shoes from — CHARLES R. REEVES (Owner HARRIS SHOtS) CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR For The Family 838 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach £?5?&1 538-8589 new PLOWING FLAT Spectrum Color Add a pleasing, dramatic effect,' to the decor ot your homy with j gorgeous accent color on feaUtltl walls or alcoves. 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: POM IO-B +Jmisfifk>rl(0*r7 Friday, January 29, 1963 Adrian Pollack Elected President Adrian (Hta Pollack waa recently .•letted lo >erve as president of jtopai n nal B'ritti Girls Since JMntng the gpoup ] ttree MI ,i |o she has aon ad aa \ ice president in charge ol hind raising, acording secretary, chaplain, and sergeant-at-arms. sini> a graduate ol the Great ar Miami Hebrew Academy and utpects to graduate from Southwest Senior High School in June, At the same time, she will also u' graduating from the Bureau of k'wish Education's Hebrew High School. Adrian lives at MOO sw 20th St, and is the daughter Of Mr and Mrs Nat Pollack. Mr Pollack is employed by the Qlllf American Land Corporation as its director of customer relations. Phyllis Oilier at Deauville Phyllis DiHer. world tamed housewife turned comedienne, arrived at Miami Beach's Deauville Hotel this week to begin an aa gagement in the hotel's nigM club, he Casanova Room. On Friday i hi. she will be joined by singer F.n/o Stuarti, also on the showbill. AMIS ADRIAN POUACK 0lb5toaof Q Smorgasbord OPALOCKA 2lst Seison H Johansen. Prop AUTHENTIC SMORGASBORD AND COMPLETE MENU BANQUET FACIIITHS FOR 200 CLOSED MONDAYS For Information MU 1-9301 3randeis Group of Hadassah awards Mrs. Matilda Washton renter* the Woman of Valor of the Year Award at a luncheon .it the Fontainebleau Hotel last week. Mrs. Washton was oitess of 'he affair, attended by more than 300 patrons. Pro:eeds will go to the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. Left is her dauqhter. Mrs. Honey Glickman. Right is Mrs. Henrietta Jonas, organizer of the group and past president of ne Miami Beach Chapter. Camp Judaea Rallies Slated Lutsky Will Talk Friday Israel Lntsky, known as 'the Jewish Philosopher," will address a meeting of the Health and Happiness Club on Friday. 1:30 p.m.. in the Auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. A commentator on radio station A'FVD in New York tor the past :o years, Lutsky's topic will be 'Chasing Rainbows Moderator for the program will ><• Harry Kershaw. ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT H I 630 Lincoln Road JE 1-9502 (in the Arcade on rhe Mall LUNCH from 11 30 DINNER begins at 5:30 Owner and Chef C&R10 SC07JI formerly of Copra's Restaurant • &f i amp J idaea sponsored bj l!a i • %  k according to Frank Farben d the Zionist Organise ''" r n 'V "'"' "; r '' cl r %  i-t [ethers are slated to he "' '" Americ wi h M %  senes S at 7:30 •: at Beth Torah on loins Villas Kitchen Staff • in the ,;,, ida; N( i n Tucsdaj. area this coming Beth Moshe an Wednesday NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS induaeci lh s week a r e Grossmger • • I Catskills Luchow's of New York. Chicag Purip Room and oth. r equally popular and noted dining spcts Each evening of the / you i dilforent go.-' net •• foods of 'hese restaur.v ••?d to us THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Reservation! Charlie Friedman, known as 'ickled Herring Charlie, has join d the international kitchen stall it Miami Springs \ iliain charge Ji ish food spe laities Fried nan operated his own restaurant n the M...11 area I r 37 years, and nor to tli.it worked at resorts in .akewood \ .1 and High .Mount, (. Y. MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS <*. % %  -> sj Have A Complete T..-. I OPfN 3 to 10 P.M. SUNDAY 1 to 9 P.M. (Closed Tuejdo, 100*. AIR-CONDITIONED £i*c& ffybn, TXcAtie Vittne* LUIGI'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE 13303 West Dixie Hwy. Introduces TAKE OUT SPAGHETTI DINNERS! Family-Size Orders. "Ennf for Four or More Spaghetti with Me.it Baud $•>•!" and 8 Meat Balls • Spaghetti with Meat S.i Individual Orders: Spaghetti & Meat Balls with Meat S.iuce Spaghetti with Meat S.ii cCAKUC BKtAD WITH 411 0RD1RS Ph. 757-9362 KM EXPRESS I)IM;RS-I I t it < Of DM 1 (,KOM > RESTAURANT II IIKIOV KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co-Owner %



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mary 29. L865 Jewish Ihrldton Paqe 11-3 # 3 residents of leading North Dade synagogues are leeling on behali of the North Dade Combined Jewish program with Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of P^ Emanu-El and 1965 CJA chairman. A mid-March dinan behalf of 'he campaign is being planned by the syna, Left to right are Merle Michaels, president of Beth Congregation; Irvinq Seidel, North Dade CJA coordinftabbi Lehrman; Richard Sneider, president, Beth Torah |p[egation; and Bertram Levy, president, B'nai Raphael Congreaation. High-Rise Drive For CJAppeal fOR RELATED SJORItS PAGE IB, 12-B, 5-C events, a cocktail part) for ai House resident*) on Tues ud ;i brunch for Belli' Plaza Its on Sniuiax. Peb, 7, will nh! Residents Division acon bchult ol the Combined Appeal, it was announced Irving Lehrman. campaign D.iii. and John Serbin. chair )1 the Residents drive Jacob M. Away, nationally Jewish philanthropic leader; Blank, chairman of Truitorn Greater .Miami Jewish Fed ii; Carl Weinkle. past presi ol the Federation, and Sam k. a leading Miami House campaigner, have Invited imperial House neighbors to incktail part) on behalf ol the %  .impaii'ii in the Red ROOBI Of Imperial House at .") p.m.. Tues~At that time, residents of Imperial House will have the opportunity to meet Dr. Irving LehrMn CJA campaign chaii man, in a discussion of his recentlyeerrp! ted mission to Israel and la Europe, where he studied the progicims ^nd the needs of the United Jewish Appeal and its affiliated agencies. Residents of Belle Plaza Apart monts have been invited 1'v wil li.uii Bernstein, also ;i lea lor of the ( ombinod Jewish Appeal, to brunch at ihe Belle Plaza Restaurant on Sunday, Feb. 7. at 11 am Artliur s. Roaiohan. executive
  • i the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation and Combined Jew i.-h Appeal, will discuss the work '1 CIAs 4] agencies. Rosichan participated in the recent inaugural flight between Israel and Bulgaria, launching commercial and passenger air transportation between the two countries "The two Residents meetings indicate the outstanding support thai the residents of the high-rise apartments are offering as their support "i Combined Jewish Ap peal.'' Dr. Lehrman said, "Whether t be a question of care ol the aged, vocational guidance, illness, programs for the family, much needed counseling, or the advam >menl ol Jewish education, thej understand the importance ol r i ampai o U of M Teachers Stated mple u lea announces the secol ight in a sines oi lectureoi on "Religion Ret isitin the Temple Reception Hall undaj ul 10 :11 a m ,'i nest speakers will give an eson IReligion a NecesPredicate to Morality and r. Edward W. Schuh, associPJgt professor of philosophy, Uniersity of Miami, was the recipof teaching fellowships at University of Buffalo and vard, aid holds the PhD defree from Harvard. Re 1954, he has been associ with 'In Universit) of MiHe i the c" author of "A Firn in Mode in Logic," B written articles In the ual ol Phil soph) Philosophy Phenoi cm logical Research, Mind |)i .lames T. Tcdcschi, assistant icofessor oJ psychology, University il Miami, graduated from the university, and attended the Universit) of Mi< liigan, where he obtain ed the I'bl) degree. He was assistant professor of psychology at Utah st.ite i Diversity, and has had aituiipublished on civil defense, psycholog) and international relations, and the concept of deter rence Synagogues in No. Dade Promise Assistance to CJA North Dade Synagogues, thcr' rabbis n:u\ presidcBt are going all out to p'an an outsta"diiV4 com muu lywklc evenl on bchaii el Combined Jewish Appeal in mid March, it it/Stf HIUIOUIKC'I lv livm Seidel. vo'unlecr coordinator ol the North Da/le camMill). Seidel and Paul GeJdfclatt, rep resviitiiii; Combined Jewish Apm-a 1 received I be soppo't a"tl assurance of Dr. Sol Niissbaiim president, and Kahbi Slierwin St a uber. -mritual leader ol YotHU Israel. Tbey pledged their syn.i go .'lie's support of QJA and of the March evenl and announced tha' they are in the process of forming a committee of synagogue leader; to give Youn Israel's "full assistance to the program." Seidel and Go'dblatt spoke to 27 board members of Congregation B'nai Raohael and received through Rabbi H'rold Richter. Bertram Levy, president, and board chairman, Jerry Greenfield, assurances "that B'nai Raphael Congregation will join other leading North Dade synagogues in support of CJA's 41 agencies around the corner and around the world." "The cooperation we are n con "8 from the North Dade syna gogues indicates that they, too, are aware ol the needs of our com munity and the role of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and CJA in helping all in time oi need," Seidel declare I 1 look forward to our meetings with the leadership ol the other North Dade congregations, and 1 am certain thai our CJA dinner will be an outstanding affair.'" Talmud Seminar Back on Air Rabbi Pinchas M. Teita will launch the llth year of his Talmudic Seminar ol the Mr in this arc: s i la) from : 30 to 2 p m o' WMIE Broadcast live from the in : Hotel, the program uili bi hi ul weekl) throughout the u inter season It was 13 yearago thai Rabbi iTeitz founded the Talmudic Seminar. "Dal llashovua." in New York, the in-t time that a radio program attempted to teach the Talmud on the air. Broadcast In Yiddish, but easil) understood even by those with limited knowledge of the language, the program now attracts ovc 200.000 llisteners on Saturda) nights it is heard in Chicago, Bos ton. Montreal and rebroadcast in Israel Spiritual leader in Elizabeth, N ,i Rabbi Teitz is dean of Mesivta ol New Jersey and a member ol the presidium, Union of Orthodux Rabbis oi I nited States and Canada. MORRIS & RUTH IERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 MSS 1 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. 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    Page 12-B •• k H 1st IhriUi^r Friday, January 29, 1965 Seminars Listed For Teachers Teacher seminars and new Be motors oi teacher study by the Bureau ol Jewish Education have been announced bj Joseph Cohen. lent. Dr Robert E Henricks, Depart in, University '( ni, addressed the fourth ses -. %  inat sport son Bureau ol Jewish Edt Coi gregaT< achers of i the new offices ol the Bureau, MO Lincoln Rii He —d Science in the Pre Scl ol." Dr. Williams Slated in Talk Regular meeting of North shore. Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will he held M ndaj p m at Temple Ner Tamil!. Prof. H. Franklin Williams, dean ot Universitj C illege. Universitj of Miami, will he guest speaker. Dr. Williams, who ia recipient ot the Leonard L Abcss Human Relations Award, will speak on "Brotherhood—Our Responsibility Now A question and answer period •will follow. Members and guests are invited. Views on the Bible Tuesdaj meeting of Chug Ivri, Hebrew-speaking group of No, Miami Bcaih. scheduled for 2 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. will hear Dr Solomon Simon, author and lecturer of New York, speak en "Various Views on the Bible" On Wednesday, Prof. Andre Bialonlenki, director of the Whitefield School, will discuss "Story Tellina in the Pre-School" at the firtfT session of the itmt^ nars at the Bureau offices at 8:15 p.m. The annual seminar for Hebrew teachers will begin on Friday. i %  %  12, to a m.. .ii the Bureau offices The seminars will include model lessons and Ii i • ns on the teaching ol Hebrew. Bible, historj and testing, and will involve teachers and educational directors of Jewish schools. Dr. Nathaniel Sorofl will direct the five seminar sessions. Beth Torah is the scene of two educational efforts ol the Bureau of Jewish Education. On Jan. 2". the Bureau initiated a special class In teaching methods for the Sunday School under the direction of Louis Schwartzman. director, student teachers of Beth Torah Con gregation, B'nai Raphael, Temple Sinai. Temple Beth El of Holly v ood are registering for the course College of Jewish Studies oi the Bureau meeting at Beth Torah continues its second .semester on. Thursday evenings at 8 p.m.. offering courses in Hebrew and a special course in history lor Jew ish teachers. The faculty includes Herbert 7.\ i Berger, associate director of the Bureau. Abraham .1. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Congregation, Rabbi Shimon Azulay, on the staff Ol the Hebrew Academy and the Bureau'Central Hebrew High School, and Benjamin Altschuler, in s truct o r at Temple Menorah. Leaders oi the Professional Division of Combined Jewish Appeal are shown with A. B. Wiener, chairman of the Professional Division, during the division's first organizational meeting, where it was announced that the Accountants Division, first professional group to hold a CJA function, had already egualed its 1964 support of the campaign and was well on the way to meet its pledge of a total goal of S30.000 for 1965. Left tn right cie Arnold 3'em, Accountants co-chairman with Ralph Weisbard; Al J. Beer, Accountants chairman; Miami Attorneys co-chairman, Kenneth M. Myers; co-chairman of Trades end Professions, George Talianoff; and Professional Division Chairman Wiener. Westview Golf Tourney Feb. 4 Sabra Danceis are one of the many highlights featured in :he "Echoes oi Israel" pioduction at Miami Beach Auditorium on Fee. Also starred are Shoshcna Damari, international song stylist; the Four Ayalons, comedy guartet; and bunions'. Bernie Bems. Third annual Westview (ielf Tournament and stag dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami .lew ish Federation will feature golf, cocktails, dinner and cards, .-tart il)8 St 12:30 p.m Thursday. Feb. 4. it was announced bj Dr. Nor man s Jaffc, chairman. Tinyear, the club is sponsoring tin' event, and David P. Catsman. Herbert Login and Carl Weinkle have been chosen aco-chairmen lor the activity on behalf of 41 out -; inding philanthropic agencies "We are pleased that in the two years we have held this event, our club has made great strides in leadership of our community and of our Federation," Dr. Jaffe declared. "The advance response to our Feb. 4 event assures me that we will have a record number of members participating." Members <>! the committi i ina v. ith the club in presentat on i>t the da) include, in .ol lit ion t" I tirman and < o-chaii i S Mi v cr. president, and the follow ... bi rs ot the Board 01 1i and ottu i Col Dudlej l> Brodie Melvin .1 i ohen Jack I. Daner, Daniel 1.. Gilman, Lawrence Marks, Sidney Mi >i r, In l.' sti r Russin, John N, S< bin, 1 ouis B Spitzer, Leonard E. Treister, B .' Wagner and William A Weintraub Sen ing on the commit I large are Leonard L. Abes-. Jacob M. Arvey. David R. Baloah. Harry Barnett. Michael Bright, Melvin Chasen, S. Robert Cooper. Dr. Richard E. Deutch. Dr Edward Galler, Jack Goldberg, Burl S Halt. Also, Isadora E Hecht, Samuel F. Hillman. Ernest Janis. Sam w. Kiviat, Artie KravitZ, Sidney I.ef court Joseph If. Upton, Harry Markowitz. Max Matz. Dr Donald M Michnoff, A. .1 Molasky. Also, Stanley C Myi rs, Abraham I. Nadler, Ben Novack, Dr Harold Rand. Robert A Kautt.ord, Sam l) Ruby, Sidney .1 Rudolph. Stanh s <• Tate and Lewis F Zorn. % 'wk Beach Official To be Specker Jack Wood) recreation diroi of M iaini Bei < h, will .!'iioi the Miami B< ach l odge of B'nai B'rith Tuesday noon .it the club's weekly luncheon meeting at the DiLido Hotel Sti ti Mton i j Richard E i< i stein -poke at TuesdayIi eon. continuing the weeklj series under the chairmanship ol Ger S Miller and co-chain Irving Schatzman, Lod Presidi ni < '<> raid Schw listed future speakers at the lunch eon-, open to all local and \ I-IHIIL; members of B'nai B'rith chapters and lodges .i> Metro Mayor • buck Hall, i i b 9; past president. Herbert I. Heiken, Fcb 16; and author Hat ry Simonhoff, Feb 23 Temple Sinai Course Integrated Bible and Hebrew study inurse for adultis continuing at Temple Sinai with the next Session to be held Monday at 8 lit) p in A pleage by Hebrew teachers, many of whom contribute a full day ? pay to Coined Jew: that agqested rcent to was by Rabbi Shimon Azulc • sident of •v : tors Al'.i_e cl Gre '. imL Torah Weekend At Synagogue : dication of t bj lacob J. L ill ph e Feb. 5. t at the JaCohen ( itj Sj na%  i Jacob C. Co'., nder, will ate the synaj izah m -. turdaj I %  %  l 8:30 %  in there will i new Torah n in man I :; 01 Rabbi Dr. Mi -, • Safra on Feb. v. al 2 p m. Rabbi Tibor Sti i officiate B! all ,-erviceI ink a .. i weekend at : i synagogue, Specializing in Personal Income Tax for Professional and Business Men oficilia i J.ROSKS 903 CONGRESS BLDG MIAMI Phone P.CRIDA 279-5816 Left to right are Frank Strafaci, tournamen' diBill Graham, Mickey Traina and George Buck, rector at Doral Country Club Hotel in Miami head pro. The Doral is known to its many and top amcteur golfer, giving tips to Doral's gues's as the "Taj Mahal" of golf, four-man teaching staff, including Ed Bush, ;at %  n yjaj



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    29. 1965 +Je*lsli florMian Paqe 13-B K^ar an eighth grade Mrs EUlol Pearl. 425 W. 29th St.. ,:•,!Miami Junior jl1 Ba '" M "? vah ? n Satu !J ,a .i morning, Jan. 30, at temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mitchell is a student of the Beth sholom confirmation class of 5726. ..%  .: %  :-. v %  .Steven Pallot Barry and Carry fatke Mitchell Pearl Richard Desser d Garry Faske • A. I.evi and Can Lipwn will officiate Saturday morning, •': David Syna :ogue i..i rarry I-'askc. twin and Mrs. Maurice ,"K 51 si St., will be Ohev Shalom Building Plans Crystal Chapter Tea Laura First Laura Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard First, will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Friday. Jan 29, al Beth Mo-he Congregation. Habbi Richard Marcovitz and CanGarrj are grandsons ,,„. Seymour Hinkes will officiate. rPhilip Segall, who \„ oneg Shabbal In Laura Lee's tembers of Beth Dahonor will follow the Their mother. p C piel Hall. ske is assistant \ Laura is •> student of A membership tea was hosted by Mrs. Herman Oberman al her Secocnd annual dinner of Ohev home on Cleveland Rd.. tor the Shalom Congregation was held on Chrystal chapter ol the Asthmatic Jan. n at the Sterling Hotel Plans Children's Foundation Jan. 26. • for (he new building, which will Speakerand entertainment folbe located on Bonita Dr. and 71st lowed. High Court OKs His Practice St.. Miami Beach, were shown at the affair. Master Hi ceremonies was liarj j n old Shapiro, former mayor of Miami Beach. Councilman Malvin g e th Englander brought gretings from \ and their uncle. Segall e eighth grade v> ademy. Thej are Ctive in track Judge Sidn The MB %  at the I) Boy and bomw: A recepi be held at l I Richard Suffer Richard LeO^Mp-r '•' Baysule Lane, wiO^^B}'..' '..."..ill Temple Moshe Hebrew School ami attends Miami shoreBlementarj Carol Feldman Friday evening services, Jan 29, at Temple Ner Tamid will innoring them will ll,,,l ""' ,;;|> Mvth of Carol Feldman Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate Daughter of Mrs Herman Feldman, 9117 Carlyle Ave Card is a stud,'lit at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's Religious School David Adin Met"? rah Saturda) morning. Jaal W'' student of the remt%  %  and also attends N "3 K Jur r High. Uki '•! %  r Abramowitz and the City of Miami Beach. Rabbi Alexander Cross, principal ot the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, was guesl speaker. Guest of honor, Jack D. Gordon, in Washington, D. C, for the Presidential inauguration, was represented by Jerry Sail, vice president of Jefferson National Bank, who read the honoree's telegram of greetings. Sam Arnold, president of Ohev Shalom, and Sam Bosenman, secCenter Becomes Temple Beth Tov Temple Beth Tov. former South west Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th St.. West Miami, will honor Mr and Mrs Murray Simon at a testimonial dinner on Mar 27 at the Sterling Hotel The Simonon Yom Kippur ma le a pledge oi S7.500 to the Tempi'' to have the name changed from Smithwe-t Jewish Center to Temple Beth Tov. which in Hebrew means House of Goodness. The donation was presented in memory of the Simons' departed parents and their son. Tobias Mark R. Rubin, of the law firm Tobin, Rubin. Salmon. Drucker Moss, 1099 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, was admitted to practice before the I S. Su I reme Court in ceremonies held Monday. Witnessing the event was his .' ife, Susan Mr and Mrs. Rubin remained in Washington to attend the inaugural of President Lyndon B Johnson and were guests of Sen Claude Pepper at a luncheon held at the House ol Representatives Restaurant. retary. received scrollof Honor „ onH holl SimoM who os1 lus ,„,. while in the service ot his coun Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offor "outstanding service to the ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Dacongregation." The citations were vid Adin on Saturdav morning, presented to them by Rabbi I'hin Jan 20, at Temple Ner Tamid, eas A. Weberman. Ohev Shalom's David is the -on of Mrs. Mollie spiritual leader. Adin. 915 8"th St and attends the In attendance at the dinner were Temples Religious School also Dr. and Mrs. Stanley WallA reception in the celebrant's man. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Bronhonor "ill follow the ceremony, stem. Habbi and Mrs Meyer Lieberman. of Richmond. \'a.. Rabbi Richard Desser and Mrs. S. Siegelman, of Long itual leader. Chairing the affair Irving Lehrman will officiate Island. NY.. Rabbi Pinchas Briskare Mr. and Mrs Conrad Allain. try. A proclamation designating Temple Beth Tov Day is in the process of being signed by West Miami Mayor Ed Cooper. Honorary chairman for the dinner is Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. spirDuo-Pianists Set on WVCG Duo-pianists Ferrante and Teich. IT relate their interesting concert lour experiencewhile guesting with John Dal) on -Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" Sundaj at 7 p.m on Station WVCG-FM (105.1 megacycles, i The program will feature exjcerpts from two Rachmaninoff suites, and include exampleoi music the two pianists helped popularize. D. Horowitz. Mrs. Isidore Bolner. Thomas Gmberg and Murray Simon. Temple Beth Tov ithe only one of the charter Conservative congregation in West at 1 JO*f' foshe cnool Junior tdwar Klein will officiate. Joseph First %  on ot Mr. and MrFirst, '.-ill be Bar Mitzvah Beth Moshe Congregation May, Jan 30. Rabbi Richtrcovitz and Cantor Sevat the Bar Mitzvah of Richard man. of Brooklyn. NY., and many Mrs Allain is IikeH II officiate Keith son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur other local rabbis, professional and members of the Temple. Assisting Miami, and bas been on the trail mish i Joseph's honor will Desser. on Saturdav. Jan. 3... at lay leaders. are Milton Miller. Nat Lur.e. Hy since i -r'viceHI Popiel Social Temple F.manu-FI The Bar Mitzvah attends seventh grade at Miami Country Day and Ite-iileiit School for Boys. plays left halfback on the football team. He has won ribbons for excellence in swimming and his inte'ests include water skiing, horseback-riding, and coin collecting. Mrs. Ruby Smith. Richard Keith's grandmother, will attend the ceremony. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the service and at a dinner Saturday evening in his home. I is a student of the Beth Congregation Hebrew ind at:end> Horace Mann ligh. where he plays the bass trie -:i in %  school orchestra Max Pearlstein turday, Jan. 30. Max. son nd Mrs Yale Pearlstein. Bar Mitzvah at Israelite Rabb'. Shmaryahu Swirsky late Cantor Louis Cohen. EI of the Bar Mitzvah. will f. lit Ma> v an honor student at Cut |idge Juni< r High where he seventh grade and is also mber of tl e school band. t for • \e occasion will be in idpan i •Mr. and Mrs Beach Eveman In Talks Here SpeakerHorn the Da le County Optometric Association have been appcarin : before a number ol ch ic oi anizations as part of their educational and public service program. Dr Fred Bergman, ol Miami Beach, addressed the senior psj etiology students of North Miami High School List week on "Hypnosis." On Wednesday, he addressed the Miami Beach 1 Ions club at Chandler's Restaurant, discussing "Eye Safety On Friday. ."> p m Dr Bergman will speak for the Progressive Regular Democratic Club at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association. 1234 Washington Ave, His topic "ill be "Visual Problems of the Aging." BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 10 A.M. -11 A.M., Monday Friday LIVE FROM DUBROWS WITH RUEBEN GUBERMAN COMPLETE SVNOPSIS OF T.9 BOOKS OP THE BIBLE 43 KINGS 48 PROPHETS 15 JUDGES • GeealoO'C )i • Chronological • Syncfromcal Charts • Pictures and Texts Acclaimed by all Rabbis & Scholars i for Easy Learning of Jewish History. < Fascinatingly presented. "Visual" synopsiied. See if, Buy if, at < SARAH'S GIFT SHOP l[ SARAH'S GIFT SHOP 1 67 St. & Collins Ave., Miami Beach L c. i: u ... i L Sterling Hotel Steak Ranch Adds to Menu Mitch's Steak Ranch. Mth St. and i Collins Ave. Miami Beach, for the past eight years, is enlarging its menu to include a larger variety ol seafood. The restaurant's proprietor. whose wholesale meat plan in MiI ami also supplies the finer restaui rants and hotels here, personally selects the -teaks at the proper point of aging for his own Steak Ranch.—S.T. RADIO STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial THE PEPY FIELDS RADIO SHOW 11:30 P.M. -12:30 A.M., Tuesday Sunday LIVE from the ATLANTIS HOTEL, M. B. "THE HOTTEST SHOW ON RADIO" y



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    Face 14B Jm*st> ftarMinr Friday, January 29. 1965 Sou'h Dade Chapter. Women's Division of the American Society for Technion. will hold a membership coffee in the gardens of Vizcava on Friday at 10 a.m. Officers shown planning :.ne function are (left to right 1 Mesdames Meyer 3rilliar.t, prooram vice president; M^well Dauer. financial secretary; Morton R. Fellman. president; Jerry Friedman, treasurer; Meyer A. Baskin. membership vice president; and Aaron Foosuner, corresponding secretary. A red carpet tour of '.he gardens and the villa is on the agenda. Technion Women sponsor scholarshipto the Israel Institute of Technology at Haifa solely through membership dues. Junior Choir of Temole Ner Tomid will officiate at reliqiou"services on Saturday. Lett to :iqht ere Steven Miller, Frank Wolland. Brad; Breeh. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Fred Wi'ner, Judy Prichason. Janet H. Rachman and Gail Kaufman. The choir is under the direction of Cantor Saul H. Breeh. f r* Sam Beer (second from let* 1 receives a plaque from B'nai B'rith tor wrnnina the organization's 1364 Membership Award. Beer, who lives at Morton Towers, was cited for adding 193 members to B'nai B'rith rolls last year. Citation wai m at B'nai B'rith headquarters in Washmqton. D.C. Looking on left to right ere Di V Wexler, na'ional membetship chairman; Mrs. Rae Beer, w fe of the recipient Beer; and Label Katz. international piesident of B'nai B'rith. This is the first time that a member of District 5 has w.->:i the award. Beer membership cho n of Ha ,; kvali Lodge Micmi Beach. Judy White. University of Miami Homecoming Queen, turns over her deposit at the opening of the new Interamerican Naonal Bank at Sunny Isles to Col. Jack E. Neay as fellow ^ %  s Carl T. Douglass (left) and Morton Stein (right) look on. Federal Picks Harris, Feuer Joseph M Lipton. president ol Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, announced hiweek the election ol Marshall Harris, Dade Federal*s associate i ounsel. to the Association's Board Directors Gus Feuer. general counsel and ioard member <>t the Association, was elected vice president. Harris, a graduate of Harvard University, is a partner cf the law firm of Harris and Robinson. He is a member of the Florida Bar Association Committee and co-chairman of the Dade County Bar Association Committee on Cortinuing Legal Education. Harris is on Hi* Executive Com. nittee and Board ol Governors of I he Greater .Miami Jewish Federa iion and serves on Executive Com mittees and boards of the Jewish Vocational Service of Miami. Y.M md YWHA. United Fund, Ameri c;,n Jewish ("omniitteo and others lie has received the President's Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and tcs lirrienial of the supreme Court ol Florida for service to the Florida Bar He live~ ; ,t 7751 S\V 78th O with !•wife, Harriet, and two chilIren Stephen and Jennifer KARRIS nutn Me Ami Torah To be Rec*d At Be h Israel %  in ipal i: the impoi ei 'it of ; %  >• on : i pr.l them Said Ral bi Wein V\ • do ha\ i i lai atield in sup i on ol our position nosl Jew ish poet and spirit jal %  a lor ol i rn i-i ael I hair N .k who, in his i. mous poem In the Citj ol Slaughter.' protest ed against Jewish submission to pogroms, and Jewish iccepl anci of a opposition i [01 Ji A ish strength to o\ er -,,( h an unworth) existeni %  and praised thi Yeshiva in his :.: %  rhe si holar.' declarii rce ol Jew ish -M \ \\ .• and etei nal i xistei ce li< s in strength obtaii ed bj studj learning i: the Y shit .1 In praising the work ol Jewish National Fund. Rabbi Wein con tinned "The Jewish National Fund engage I not onlj in redeeming 'he soil oi Israel but the sou Israel .1well By stressing the importance of .lew ish commitment b\ promoting and alerting Jewish education to the needs ol the Jew ish people and to the Jew th State, the .INF is doing an outstanding |oh Serving with Kagan on the committee are Max Affai Inner and Sam Sehachno AJCongress Plans Report Meetfoq R tbhi Leon Kronish, president "i he South Florida Council, American .Tew ish (' n %  < e, .inn nr. %  > %  'hat .1 meeting ol the Council will 4, at the American Jewish Con rress Office, 7M Congress Bldg, irts w 'H be a v en b Ber tard s Mandler, chairman ol the 'ommiss'on on Law and social Action, which concerns itsell with civil rights and civil liberties for • II Americans; Bernard Si ial ha rman of the Commission on International Affairs, which at this lime is particularly) concerned i th the plight ol Sot iel Jewrj, •he expiration ol the Statute ol ns for Nasi Crlmin 1 impaign to obtain 1 S ,t 1 • ation ol the Ge V inSlateiI %  1 R.bb Max Lipschitz, chairman cf 'he Commission on Jewish Affairs, will report on the prortram i' itisted hv the American Jewish Connress for Jewish ^urh • -oh ; n"nsi*'t?cl I "wish c-di. t education iti p : • %  %  Pn tidenl I th< W imei H rs i 1 I K n mi mbei 1 re M1 1 lx iplai Mrs hanskj Mr Harold Jaffer, Mrs Henry Kamen, Mrs \->n Brenner MeyMrs Leonard Si lei sky, Mrs enstem Mrs Y\ 1 tte M insoi Mrs Joseph tlbuquer que Mr s v [\ \ a silvei MrSj 1 • ia '.'. ov • MrS> Reese and Mr-. %  !'< rlj 1-. Seaboard Exec On Travel Grown Ii l .i been announced by S r| 1 ",! %  %  ••• ,.•• ,. : %  %  T ( %  "; %  nes R Gettj general • sffic mana) ei ol tea Ra'droad Richmond, \'a been appointed to the I96S \i'\ Isory Committee to .1tne Department ol Com ree'i 1 nited Stain Travel 9er in its 1 ampaign to attracl ad mal business and pleasure Ira-veters to the t'nited states from %  broad 1 etty, who headSeaboard's pas. tenger, mail and express depart ments. is one of 16 Of the 36 com niittee members who served on the 1!H>I Travel Advisory I'ommittee The appointees are leading spe Cialists in travel, transportation. sates, merchandising and related fields from across the nation. Collegiate Group Growing Here Menthan 25 young adultturned out for a picnic sponsored by Young Israel Collegiate Yi \dult Group held last Mir,d..\ noon at Crandon Park Newly-elected president Jeffrey MHter 1 nnouneed pi ins ror fa* tore meeting* to be held at various spots throughout Greater Miami. Entertainment at the picnic was provided l>> Tern Culeman Re freshments wen' served under the direction of adult coordinator, Marvin Lipman Lioman outlined plans for affiliation of the Miami group with the parent Young Israel or ganization in New York. He said that a high official of the New York group will visit Miami shortly to meet with local officers and members. The Collegiate Young \dult Group was 1 rmed last month, and has grown from five members to more than 25 Newly-elected officials and members include Jeff re) Miller, p dent. Daniel Aranoff, treasurer; Terr) Coleman, Joshua Segal, Sh ron Marcus, Marilyn Re > h, ward Zemel, Steven Kant/, .ludali Ever Sidnej Shapiro, Irth 11 Sp 1 ter. I'.innie summers. Sherine Dearr, Miriam Weiss, Judj Cohei Phil Prohow, Ka> Levin, Ca Esterman and Perrj Cimei I y Ch A\ %  :'y Gale h< red H top 1 • th< nali in n 'si 1 Vegas, The o:i' night 1 1 stcrrta at 8 p.m. With Teddy King h orchestra on the bandstand, also featured are Jerrv Holmes, Arnold D and soncp In ss Tobi Tow • _-.__————————————---—"**i • COMMERCIAL • FRft'ERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET in ENSL'SH YIOD'SH HEBREW SPAMISH Specialiiinq in Bar Mrfzvah & Wedding Invitalioni (Union Shop Parness Press 437 S W. 17th **MM, Miami FR 9-8235 LICENSED & EXPERIENCED HEETREW TEACHER inttrentei) ifi full or p.irl -tin-,position SW Section prtt''' VWite L E.. Bo W73 Miami. Florida. 33101 %  idui JOUJ •••-



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    iry 29. 1965 +Je*lsti tier Mian Paqe 15-B iy Class ig Trip %  shington It idemy ninth grade m,planning a trip to i rntmediately ffterl fin June. 1965. %  y-eight students com-. will remain a Cap tol '" see the govoperation, t<> tour the _otin Washington, and Itli Florida Senators and of Congress |i"'s ninth grade class also leek in Washington after jrst fund-raising project by the group will be a how this Sunday, 2 p.m., (chOOl't auditorium, 2400 Dr. Paul Sobel Passes at Age 60 Miami realtor Paul Sobel, of 2181 s\v 21 si Ter., died Jan. 22 at the age of 60. Mr. Sobel, who came here from Brooklyn 25 years ago, was a member ot Beih David Synagogue, Miami Board of Realtors, Bayshore Golf Club ami the Masons He is survived by his wife, Lilyan; two daughters, Mrs. Marcia Hecht and Miss Helen Sobel; and a sister, Mrs. Rita Weinberg. Services were .Ian. 22 at Gordon Funeral Home, with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemtery, lortimer Burton, chairman Social Studies Department [Academy and faculty adthe ninth grade class, anthat the show is open to |s from the third through grades, and students may Ppate in the following catedraniatics. oratory, singBjnusical instruments, and lent Committee in chare ol fip consist ol Melvin Farber, Kuczynski, Mark Schiek and Chaim Sukenik. Miriam iberg iin charge of pubadded attraction will be a ssional magician and a surliest arlist. Preliminary top level plans for the American Bar Association annual convention at the Fontainebleau Hotel next August are discussed at a meeting between Judge Sam I. Silver, president of the Dade County Bar Association. Charles A. Kimbrell, past president of the association, Lewis F. Powell Jr., president of the American Bar Association, and Reginald L. Williams, past president of the Dade County Bar Association, who will serve as chairman of the Host Committee. Powell, of Richmond, Va., addressed the Dade Bar membership at its monthly meeting last Monday at the Everglades Hotel. lucation Bureau TV Programs uring the coming week, the Bu. in oi Jewish Education will pre it two television programs, acing to Joseph Cohen, president Of I he Bureau. %  tin Sunday. 10 a.m.. the Bureau Hill present the firsi three win Bcrof itannual Inter-school Book Review Contest on •The Still Small f ice," 10 a.m.. over Ch. 7. with cooperation of the Gieater Mii Rabbinical Association. "Louis Schwartzman, executive •Ireclor of the Bureau, will interlew Rita Norton, first prize winIT, of Bureau Central High rhooi; Diane Jacobstein. second Ize viinner, of Temple Beth Am; id Maxine Cohen, third prize inner, of Beth David Congregaon. The students will read their win|lin^ reviews, answer questions on |ewish literature and Jewish education, and will receive their frizes on the program. The Bureau's regular television |>ro"ram, "Living Hebrew." is roadcast on Thursdays, 7 p.m.. ver Ch. 2. The Feb. -I broadcast nil feature a lesson on "Ethics of fathers," based on the sayings of tie famous sage, Simeon bar rochai, on "Three Crowns—The lue of a Good Name." "Living Hebrew" will conclude it-, broadcast* on Thursday, Mar. with a special program on the festival of Purim. Seacoast Towers South Opens Exhibition Hall Alexander Muss, chairman ol the board ol Alexandt r Muss and sons, inc.. owner-builders of the new Seacoast TowerSouth Apartment Residence now under construction at Collins Ave. and 51st St., has announced that the Seacoast Towers South Exhibition Hall located opposite the building site and extending over the Bay by cantilever method is officially open. The new Exhibit Hall, electronically engineered, is the tint "t Its kind ever to be erected in the State ot Florida. It will contain fullscale, completely furnished models ol the actual size apartments avail able in the new Seacoast Towers south. Electronic devices will -how. at the touch of a button, the public areas of the building, such as the terraced sundeck. elegant games room, spacious meeting and function room-, swimming pool and cabana areas, restaurant and gourmet shop, and many other features Through special architectural renderings, displays and electronically controlled scale models, the public will he able to see the apartments and public spaces in relation to the overall areas of the building. The public will also be able to visualize all the features embodying many new comforts : and conveniences in luxury living at the Seacoast Towers South. In making the announcement. Muss said that "we did not spare any expense in building the Ex hibit Hall because we want the public actually to see what they will be getting at the new Sea coast Towers South when thev lease an apartment before the building is completed." i Participants in the winter institute of the Intergroup Youth Council sponsored recently by the Florida Region of the Nationol Conference of Christians and Jews held at the McAllister Hotel include (left to right) students, Veronica Ann Hicks and David Gorfine, and Dr. Herber' Baumgard, tpiritual leader of Temple Beth Am and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. More than 225 students attended the day-long discussion of "The Issues Which Will Affect Intergroup Relations in 1965," at which Miami News Editor Bill Baggs was keynote speaker. Rabbi Appelbaum Dies in California Rabbi Saul Appelbaum passed away in Santa Barbara. Calif., several weeks ago. Rabbi Appelbaum filled the pulpit Of Temple Israel of Greater Miami during World War II. Survivors include his wife. Anne, of 2112 Santa Barbara St., Santa Barbara. Calif. BERN KOW, MrSadie I*., "'•_••> Poll v •.. Hrvlei-f In .i. luhin I Sin don, COLBY, IrvliiK. "•". '•' I ••" i li Vv. ho will serve Homestead Jewish Center during 19t>5 ire Irving Peskoe, president; Abe Silver, vice president; Mrs George Petzolt, treasurer; and Mrs. living Peskoe. recording secretary. Services are held at the Canter every Pridaj evening at 8 p.m. Suday and Hebrew Schools are under the direction ol 1'incus Aloof. Tiiereth Jacob Dinner On Sunday, at 6 p.m., Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth Jacob will serve a full course dinner. Gam will be played following the t ner. LEGAL NOTICE Mitchell Wolfson To be Speaker An intensive discussion of the role of congress and the future of the United states will be held dur ing the 10th Southern Assembly this weekend at Biloxi. Miss., by Tulane University in cooperation with the American Assembly of Columbia Universitj Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, Inc Miami. v.ii! be sixt) leading citi. from lie luthern states taking part :n the discussion. GLASER 1: "1 s .,• Iii.11 vv v v %  I Mill, .ili. ,ii,.,| .Inn 25 Uh • i PO'VLI., v> '•. %  ; • : • \ \v 'T'I-II si dii-d Nin .": %  BAKST, vi, !;.--. : : :>. uh Si s." <. u v in ,\,.\\ v., 1. 1 :,.. ,i.. n LEG4L NOTICE IN THF O'RCUIT COURT OF THF 1ITH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANC.FRY No 65C 790 I :-; %  111:1 SKl.KHVITS, ., iviiln Plaintiff, ii iHX 1 si lit! IK 11111I MAItV I v \•,: si mi IK, liis %  • lf< n, I itfln< NOTICE OF SUIT Til JOHN I Si UtiiK 1: i>. \VI > v llle. Ni I \i vi:v .1 VNK si utOK It. I> N" Mil! v llli \. 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II in.,i, I % %  NOTICE OF SUIT Ti loii I;.IV %  :n mi and Kill' II mart li >i :• neral Kh i %  '' % %  / Inneli ll.lt I'.i-iiKil v in, ii. i, i.v ii,. nil, .1 t Inn %  eel y oil III the I" Judii lal • and i ih i"n ... .-. i mori:.n' ; ion ili -.i rlla .1 real |irn*-rl v i..a BiiK-k : %  r< IUAI. PARK i:T v PKK SKITII IN I 'N l! in iIn Pint tin not. reoordi d In I'l I[,„,(, ... if, -i, ,,r the l'ul'li.' Ri ..i.i id Dade 1'oUIit}', I Y,.i. .-. • quired t" f i 1 • ii i > ,• •Ivi |iUadlnii In |ilaintlff'H ,-•• % %  if %  •' n uh i he i • 'i-k n| in, afori wild i 'IHII .ml eo|iv thi %  ••"' ni n I ii' 1 Iff* .ni.: in". MARTIN PINK, l>. I i al I'.uil.la r, Miami. I I SSUI llOt inl." 'llilli Mar.'ll l-l Pro %  '•mi --•• vv ill hi • ic ml .ui. I'Vi'iti' Januar.v 27, I4M K P NRATHRR.M VN •' rk "i tin i "in nit • %  •nit B? I". P i '< H'KI.AXI' I %  imiv i'l, rk vi VI:TI\ PINK i ladi I' •'!• ml lltiildini: .Vllann I ini Idn I S313I I .'". %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 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    ...,., ....n:. ,. %  .... %  -..: ".-• • % % %  "" %  ''•'"'' %  4 AMNG SOUTH FLORIDA LEADERS WHO HAVE MADE THt HOWS DEVELOPMENT HERE POSSIBLE IDGl HAKOID SPAtl TANllY BtCKfKMAN COl. JACOB %  AKVIV AAKON KffAVITZ lOUli DAVID flllMAN SAM KISNICK BAKON lie HIKSCH MfVH JUDGE IRVING crPM Jewish Florid ian i\. Florida. Friday. January 29. 1965 Section C me for Aged 19th Annual Meet it for Sunday at Douglas Gardens To Dedicate Synagogue and Health Center • ^c Jewish Home lor the Aged hold its 19th annual meetI and dedication ceremonies I the Max and Fannie Land gogue and Greater Miami fcliary Health Center on Sun Jan. 31. 2:30 p.m.. at Doug|Gardens. 151 NE 52nd St.. ni. Idge Irving Cypen. president of the Home, laid this week that the 19th annual meeting takes on special significance because both new facilities add a new and vital dimension to the Home's development as one of the outstanding geriatric centers in the nation. According to Judge Cypen. the entire Rabbinical Association Irs. Land's Contribution id to Launching Project lication of the new Max and nie Land Synagogue of the jish Home for the Aged will |he focal point of the 19th anmeeting of the Jewish Home Jthe Aged this Sunday Jan. [at Douglas Gardens at 2:30 venty years ago. on Jan. 29. I. Mrs. Fannie Land, a widow resident of Miami Beach. |e an agreement by which contributed $10,000 for the hose "f providing the Max Fannie Land Synagogue. IsaGoldberg and the late Gus |u. vice presidents ot the le then, signed for the Home. Zuckernick Miami Beach. was the attorney for Mrs I. executed the agreement. keral years later. Mrs. Land [the United States to become Csident in Hamat Can. Israel. rd members of the Home and Bin 11n11 % leaders such as Anna Brenner Meyers. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the late Abe Kurman and Max Orovitz always made it a point to visit Mrs. Land at Hamat Gan when they were in Israel to keep her informed about developments at the Home and the Miami Jewish community. In 1952. Mrs. Land returned to the United States for a visit. When she came to Miami a delegation <>f Home leaders greeted her OB her visit to Douglas Gardens, which she had never seen before. Mrs. Land WM of relatively modest means, and her contribu tion of $10,000 made it possible for the Homes leaders to raise $75,000 for the purchase of the original Home at its first location a I 335 SW 12th Avc. The new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue, designed by Smith Continued on Page 2-C membership has been invited as special guests of the Home because of the dedication of the synagogue, which is also expected to attract a record attendance ol over 1,000 from Greater Miami and Hollywood. "This Sunday afternoon," Judge Cypen said, "is of historic importance not only because it adds a new spiritual dimension at Douglas Gardens, but also because it affords the Home the opportunity to pay tribute once again to Mrs. Land, former Miami Beach resident now residing in Israel, who exactly 20 years ago contributed $10,000 which nuee the Max ami Fannie Land Synagogue possible." The Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center, which is also to be dedicated, was built at the requirement of the Florida Department of Health because so many of the 70 residents living in the five pavilions are nursing care cases. It will enable the Home to provide improved and more intensive nursing care for these residents. The Greater Miami Auxiliary, under the leadership of its president. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. and its honorary president, Mrs. Sol Silver man, has made it possible for the Home to construct the Health Center by undertaking to meet its cost of $50,000. The Health Center also has been planned for use as a lounge and activities center for the pavilion residents. Judge Cypen will act as chair man of the meeting and also give Continued on Po* 4-C x£ *£* jrior of the new Max and Fannie Land Synue of the Jewish Home for the Aged which nq dedicated this Sunday at the 19th anmeeting of the Home. Not shown are [stained glass mosaics in the form of the of David designed and executed by Mi W fs ami Artist Herman Brockdorff. Entire membership of the Rabbinical Association has been invited to attend the annual meeting as special guests to participate in the dedication ceremonies for the synagogue. Fron* entrance of the new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue to be dedicated at the 19th annual meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. It was designed by Smith and Korach. architects of Miami. Mrs. Fannie Land, who has lived in Israel for the past ten years, donated SI0,000 in 1945 when the Home first opened its doors at 335 SW 12th Ave. The synagogue of the Home is named in perpetuity for Mr. and Mrs. Land. MOW SPIRITUAL LEADER Dr. Max Arzt to Speak At Special Ceremonies Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Israel Goldstein. Professor of Theology, will be speakers at the 19th annual meeting and dedication ceremonies of the Jewish Home for the Aged this Sunday. Jan. 31. at Douglas Gar dens. According to Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home. "Dr. Arzt was specially selected as speaker because the Home's new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue is to be dedicated, ami he is in timately acquainted with present trends relating to the aged. The vice chancellor, who is a speaker of national repute, was director of field service and activities for the Seminary from 1939 to 1951. when he was appointed to his present post. He served as president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America in 1939. and is a former vice president of the Synagogue Council of America. He was chairman of the Joint Prayer Book Commission of the United Synagogue and Rabbinical Assembly, and is a member ot the Translation Committee which is preparing a completely revised English translation of the Holy Scriptures under the auspices of the Jewish Publication Society of America. From 1921-24 he served as spiritual leader of Temple Beth El. Stamford Conn. In 1924, he accepted the call to the pulpit of Temple Israel. Scranton, Pa., a position he held for 15 years. During this period in Scranton, Dr. Arzt was president of the Council of Social Agencies and served on the Executive Council of the Scranton Community Chest. He was a member of Governor Earle's Commission on Public D. MAX ARZT Relief a n d Assistance, which abolished poor board! in Pennsylvania, and established the State Department of Public Assistance and Relief. Dr. Arzt received his BS degree from City College of New York in 1918, and his MA from Columbia University in 1921. In 1934, he obtained the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Literature from the Seminary, which award ed him the honorary degree ot Doctor of Divinity in 1950. Dr. Arzt is the author of Talmudic researches, which appeared in the Jubilee Volumes published in honor of Prof. Alexander Marx and Mordccai M. Kaplan. He is contributing editor ot •Judaism" and the author o£ •Justice and Mercy—A Comr tary on the Liturgy of Year and the Day of At( Continued on


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    -. tfr.i; l.
    AMONG SOUTH ROHM LEADERS WHO HAVE MADE THE HOME'S DEVELOPMENT HERE POSSIBLE
    -,{ HAROLD
    JMIT
    STANtfr
    BtCKlRMAH
    COl. JACOB
    AARON
    KRAVIJI
    LOUIS
    BlfSSlft
    DAVID
    HUMAN
    SAM
    RISNICK
    BARON dc H/RSCH
    MYER
    JUDGE IRVING
    cvw
    |Te wish Flor idian
    Florida. Friday. January 29. 1965
    Section C
    ime for Aged 19th Annual Meet
    it for Sunday at Douglas Gardens

    To Dedicate Synagogue and Health Center
    Jewish Home lor the Aged
    hold its 19th annual meet-
    jind dedication ceremonies
    tie Max and Fannie Land
    lOglM and Greater Miami
    Ear) Health Center on Sun
    Jan. 31. 2:30 p.m.. at Doug-
    gardens. 151 NE 52nd St..
    ge Irving Cypen, president
    Of the Home, said this week that
    the 19th annual meeting takes on
    special significance because both
    new facilities add a new and vi
    tal dimension to the Home's de-
    velopment as one of the out-
    standing geriatric centers in the
    nation.
    According to Judge Cypen, the
    entire Rabbinical Association
    . Land's Contribution
    id to Launching Project
    lication of the new Max and
    lit' Land Synagogue of the
    h Home for the Aged will
    focal point of the 19th an-
    gnieeting of the Jewish Home
    he Aged this Sunday Jan.
    |t Douglas Gardens at 2:30
    enly years ago. on Jan. 29.
    Mrs. Fannie Land, a widow
    {resident of Miami Beach.
    an agreement by which
    {contributed $10,000 for the
    K of providing the Max
    ^annic Land Synagogue. Isa-
    Goldberg and the late Gus
    vice presidents ol the
    then, signed for the Home.
    w Zuckernickj Miami Beach.
    [was the attorney for Mrs.
    I executed the agreement.
    |ral years later. Mrs. Land
    he United States to become
    (ident in Uamat Can. Israel.
    members of the Home and
    minify leaders such as An-
    U
    na Brenner Meyers, Baron de
    Hirsch Meyer, the late Abe Kur-
    man and Max Orovitz always
    made it a point to visit Mrs. Land
    at Ramat Gan when they were in
    Israel to keep her informed about
    developments at the Home and
    the Miami Jewish community.
    In 1952. Mrs. Land returned to
    the United States for a viit.
    When she came to Miami a del-
    egation Of Home leaders greeted
    her on her visit to Douglas Gar-
    dens, which she had never -cen
    hefore.
    Mrs. Land was of relatively
    modest means, and her contribu-
    tion of $10,000 made .t possible
    for the Home's leaders to raise
    $75,000 for the purchase of the
    original Home at its first location
    Bt :i35 SW 12th Ave.
    The new Max and Fannie Land
    Synagogue, designed by Smith
    Continued on P9 2-C
    i
    membership has been invited as
    special guests of the Home be-
    cause of the dedication of the
    synagogue, which is also expected
    to attract a record attendance ol
    over 1,000 from Greater Miami
    and Hollywood.
    "This Sunday afternoon," Judge
    Cypen said, "is of historic im-
    portance not only because it adds
    a new spiritual dimension at
    Douglas Gardens, but also be-
    cause it affords the Home the
    opportunity to pay tribute once
    again to Mrs. Land, former Mi-
    ami Beach resident now residing
    in Israel, who exactly 20 years
    ago contributed $10,000 which
    made Hie Max and Fannie Land
    Synagogue possible."
    The Greater Miami Auxiliary
    Health Center, which is also to
    be dedicated, was built at the
    requirement of the Florida De-
    partment of Health because so
    many of the 70 residents living
    in the five pavilions are nursing
    care cases. It will enable the
    Home to provide improved and
    more intensive nursing care for
    these residents. The Greater Mi
    ami Auxiliary, under the leader-
    ship of its president. Mrs. Law-
    rence Silvcrman, and its honor-
    ary president. Mrs. Sol Silver
    man. has made it possible for the
    Home to construct the Health
    Center by undertaking to meet
    its cost of $50,000. The Health
    Center also has been planned for
    use as a lounge and activities
    center for the pavilion residents.
    Judge Cypen will act as chair
    man of the meeting and also give
    Continued on Page 4-C

    ! Wv
    ts *&
    dor of the new Max and Fannie Land Syn-
    fcue of the Jewish Home for the Aged which
    Inq dedicated this Sunday at the 19th an-
    meeting of the Home. Not shown are
    [stained glass mosaics in the form of the
    I of David designed and executed by Mi-
    ami Artist Herman Brockdorff. Entire member-
    ship of the Rabbinical Association has been
    invited to attend the annual meeting as special
    guests to participate in the dedication cere-
    monies for the synagogue.
    Fron' entrance of the new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue
    to be dedicated at the 19th annual meeting of the Jewish Home
    for the Aged on Sunday. It was designed by Smith and
    Korach, architects of Miami. Mrs. Fannie Land, who has
    lived in Israel for the past ten years, donated S10.000 in 1945
    when the Home first opened its doors at 335 SW 12th Ave.
    The synagogue of the Home is named in perpetuity for Mr.
    and Mrs. Land.
    NOTED SPIRITUAL LEADER
    Dr. Max Arzt to Speak
    At Special Ceremonies
    Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
    of the Jewish Theological Sem-
    inary and Israel Goldstein, Pro-
    fessor of Theology, will be speak-
    ers at the 19th annual meeting
    and dedication ceremonies of the
    Jewish Home for the Aged this
    Sunday. Jan. 31. at Douglas Gar
    dens.
    According to Judge Irving Cy-
    pen. president of the Home. "Dr.
    Arzt was specially selected as
    speaker because the Home's new
    Max and Fannie Land Synagogue
    is to be dedicated, and he is in-
    timately acquainted with present
    trends relating to the aged."
    The vice chancellor, who is a
    speaker of national repute, was
    director of field service and ac-
    tivities for the Seminary from
    1939 to 1951. when he was ap-
    pointed to his present post. He
    served as president of the Rab-
    binical Assembly of America in
    1939. and is a former vice presi-
    dent of the Synagogue Council
    of America. He was chairman of
    the Joint Prayer Book Commis-
    sion of the United Synagogue
    and Rabbinical Assembly, and is
    a member m the Translation
    Committee which is preparing a
    completely revised English trans-
    lation of the Holy Scriptures un-
    der the auspices of the Jewish
    Publication Society of America.
    From 1921-24 he served as
    spiritual leader of Temple Beth
    El. Staniford Conn In 1924. he
    accepted the call to the pulpit of
    Temple Israel. Scranton. Pa., a
    position he held for 15 years
    During this period in Scranton.
    Dr. Arzt was president of the
    Council of Social Agencies and
    served on the Executive Council
    of the Scranton Community Chest.
    He was a member of Governor
    Earle's Commission on Public
    DR. MAX ARZT
    Relief and Assistance, which
    abolished poor boards in Penn-
    sylvania, and established the
    State Department of Public As-
    sistance and Relief.
    Dr. Arzt received his BS de-
    gree from City College ol New
    York in 1918. and his MA from
    Columbia University in 1921. In
    1934. he obtained the degree Of
    Doctor of Hebrew Literature
    Irom the Seminary, which award
    ed him the honorary degree ot
    Doctor of Divinity in 1950. Dr.
    Ar/t is the author of Talmudie
    researches, which appeared in
    the Jubilee Volumes published in
    honor of Prof. Alexander Mux
    and Mordecai M. Kaplan.
    He is contributing editor of
    Judaism" and the author of.
    Justice and MercyA Comr
    tary on the Liturgy of
    Year and the Day of At<
    Continued on



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    —: %  %  -. —tfr.i; L. % %  AMONG SOUTH ROHM LEADERS WHO HAVE MADE THE HOME'S DEVELOPMENT HERE POSSIBLE -,{ HAROLD JMIT STANtfr BtCKlRMAH COl. JACOB AARON KRAVIJI LOUIS BlfSSlft DAVID HUMAN SAM RISNICK BARON dc H/RSCH M£YER JUDGE IRVING cvw |Te wish Flor idian Florida. Friday. January 29. 1965 Section C ime for Aged 19th Annual Meet it for Sunday at Douglas Gardens %  To Dedicate Synagogue and Health Center Jewish Home lor the Aged hold its 19th annual meetjind dedication ceremonies tie Max and Fannie Land lOglM and Greater Miami Ear) Health Center on Sun Jan. 31. 2:30 p.m.. at Douggardens. 151 NE 52nd St.. ge Irving Cypen, president Of the Home, said this week that the 19th annual meeting takes on special significance because both new facilities add a new and vi tal dimension to the Home's development as one of the outstanding geriatric centers in the nation. According to Judge Cypen, the entire Rabbinical Association Land's Contribution id to Launching Project lication of the new Max and lit' Land Synagogue of the h Home for the Aged will focal point of the 19th angnieeting of the Jewish Home he Aged this Sunday Jan. |t Douglas Gardens at 2:30 enly years ago. on Jan. 29. Mrs. Fannie Land, a widow {resident of Miami Beach. an agreement by which {contributed $10,000 for the K of providing the Max ^annic Land Synagogue. IsaGoldberg and the late Gus vice presidents ol the then, signed for the Home. w Zuckernickj Miami Beach. [was the attorney for Mrs. I executed the agreement. |ral years later. Mrs. Land he United States to become (ident in Uamat Can. Israel. members of the Home and minify leaders such as AnU na Brenner Meyers, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the late Abe Kurman and Max Orovitz always made it a point to visit Mrs. Land at Ramat Gan when they were in Israel to keep her informed about developments at the Home and the Miami Jewish community. In 1952. Mrs. Land returned to the United States for a viit. When she came to Miami a delegation Of Home leaders greeted her on her visit to Douglas Gardens, which she had never -cen hefore. Mrs. Land was of relatively modest means, and her contribution of $10,000 made .t possible for the Home's leaders to raise $75,000 for the purchase of the original Home at its first location Bt :i35 SW 12th Ave. The new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue, designed by Smith Continued on P9 2-C i membership has been invited as special guests of the Home because of the dedication of the synagogue, which is also expected to attract a record attendance ol over 1,000 from Greater Miami and Hollywood. "This Sunday afternoon," Judge Cypen said, "is of historic importance not only because it adds a new spiritual dimension at Douglas Gardens, but also because it affords the Home the opportunity to pay tribute once again to Mrs. Land, former Miami Beach resident now residing in Israel, who exactly 20 years ago contributed $10,000 which made Hie Max and Fannie Land Synagogue possible." The Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center, which is also to be dedicated, was built at the requirement of the Florida Department of Health because so many of the 70 residents living in the five pavilions are nursing care cases. It will enable the Home to provide improved and more intensive nursing care for these residents. The Greater Mi ami Auxiliary, under the leadership of its president. Mrs. Lawrence Silvcrman, and its honorary president. Mrs. Sol Silver man. has made it possible for the Home to construct the Health Center by undertaking to meet its cost of $50,000. The Health Center also has been planned for use as a lounge and activities center for the pavilion residents. Judge Cypen will act as chair man of the meeting and also give Continued on Page 4-C Wv ts *& %  dor of the new Max and Fannie Land Synfcue of the Jewish Home for the Aged which Inq dedicated this Sunday at the 19th anmeeting of the Home. Not shown are [stained glass mosaics in the form of the I of David designed and executed by Miami Artist Herman Brockdorff. Entire membership of the Rabbinical Association has been invited to attend the annual meeting as special guests to participate in the dedication ceremonies for the synagogue. Fron' entrance of the new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue to be dedicated at the 19th annual meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. It was designed by Smith and Korach, architects of Miami. Mrs. Fannie Land, who has lived in Israel for the past ten years, donated S10.000 in 1945 when the Home first opened its doors at 335 SW 12th Ave. The synagogue of the Home is named in perpetuity for Mr. and Mrs. Land. NOTED SPIRITUAL LEADER Dr. Max Arzt to Speak At Special Ceremonies Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Israel Goldstein, Professor of Theology, will be speakers at the 19th annual meeting and dedication ceremonies of the Jewish Home for the Aged this Sunday. Jan. 31. at Douglas Gar dens. According to Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Home. "Dr. Arzt was specially selected as speaker because the Home's new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue is to be dedicated, and he is intimately acquainted with present trends relating to the aged." The vice chancellor, who is a speaker of national repute, was director of field service and activities for the Seminary from 1939 to 1951. when he was appointed to his present post. He served as president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America in 1939. and is a former vice president of the Synagogue Council of America. He was chairman of the Joint Prayer Book Commission of the United Synagogue and Rabbinical Assembly, and is a member m the Translation Committee which is preparing a completely revised English translation of the Holy Scriptures under the auspices of the Jewish Publication Society of America. From 1921-24 he served as spiritual leader of Temple Beth El. Staniford Conn In 1924. he accepted the call to the pulpit of Temple Israel. Scranton. Pa., a position he held for 15 years During this period in Scranton. Dr. Arzt was president of the Council of Social Agencies and served on the Executive Council of the Scranton Community Chest. He was a member of Governor Earle's Commission on Public DR. MAX ARZT Relief and Assistance, which abolished poor boards in Pennsylvania, and established the State Department of Public Assistance and Relief. Dr. Arzt received his BS degree from City College ol New York in 1918. and his MA from Columbia University in 1921. In 1934. he obtained the degree Of Doctor of Hebrew Literature Irom the Seminary, which award ed him the honorary degree ot Doctor of Divinity in 1950. Dr. Ar/t is the author of Talmudie researches, which appeared in the Jubilee Volumes published in honor of Prof. Alexander Mux and Mordecai M. Kaplan. He is contributing editor of •Judaism" and the author of. Justice and Mercy—A Comr tary on the Liturgy of Year and the Day of At< Continued on



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    Page 2-C *Jridi<*n Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center to Op $50,000 Facility Will Give Improved Medical Care To Residents Living in Pavilions Another milestone in the growth of the Jewish Home for the Aged will take place at the 19th annual meeting this Sunday, Jan. 31. at Douglas Gardens at 2:30 p.m.. when the Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center is to be dedi cated. It has been named in honor of the Greater Miami Auxiliary which has undertaken to raise $50,000. cost Of the building. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. president of the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary president, are the key Auxiliary leaders who have enabled the Home to provide this greatly-needed lacility. The health center -vv ill serve the 70 residents, who live in the five pavilions, a preponderance of whom are nursing tare cases In order to continue to care for such residents in the pavilions the health center was required by the Florida Department of Health in order to obtain nurs ing home licensure for the pavilions. The health center is central!) located between the llaion dc Hirscfa Meyer and Gus Trau Pa vilions. it i> easilj accessible to the residents "i the five pavil ions, all of which are connected by covered passageways, The center houses a nursing station, a medicine room, treatment room. utilit) rooms, a bath and shower room, and toilets for the residents and nursing slaft. An audio-visual nurses' call system connects the 50 rooms in the pavilions with the nurses station. The beautiful and spacious lounge-activities center has been named in honor of Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder of the Home. The striking, natural rock waterfall, set among beautiful landscaping, has been donated by Sol and Mollie Silverman in memory of their son. Arthur, who was a casualty in World War II. The nurses' station has been named in honor of Mrs Sarah Greenberg, founder ot the Auxiliary. The beautifully-furnished lounge is enriched by attractive original oil painting donated by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knshner and Abe Hirsch. who is a member of the Home's board. Smith and Korach. Miami architects, designed the building, and Sam and Sadye Resnick are responsible for the landscaping Palm I n d u s tr ia] (' 0 r P 0 rail on constructed the building and Art's Nursery and Landst ape i o executed the landscaping Participating in the ribbon-cut ting ceremonies at the health center will I e Judge Irving Cy pen. MrLawrence Silverman Mrs. Sol Silverman. Mrs Jack Ablin. Mrs David Phillips, David B. Fireman. Sam Kesnick and Judge Harold 15 Spnct Board Members to be Elected David B. Fleeman. chairman of the Jewish Home for the Aged Nominating Committee, announced that a slate of 200 persons will be presented for election to the Home's Board of Directors at the 19th annual meeting this Sundav afternoon at 2:30 at Douglas Gardens. Renominated for threeyear terms are Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Stanley M Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth J. Berger, Louis Bresler, Judge Irving Cypen, Mis. Frances Entine. Abraham Hirsch Irvin Korach. Dr. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Frances Makovsky, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Sam Resnick. Mrs. Ann Server and Mrs. Moliie Silverman. New nominees are S. Robert Cooper, Mrs. Jennie Gordon. Aaron Korenvaes. Mrs. Lilyan LeVine. Harry Smith and William Weintraub. In addition to Fleeman. other members of the nominating committee are Mrs. Byrtha Phillips. M. J. Kopelowitz. Aaron Kravitz and Leo Rose. Jr Shari (Mrs. Lawrence) Silverman and Moliie (Mr<=. Sol) Silverman, leaders of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, who are responsible for the new Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center at Jhe Jewish Home for the Aged. Through their leadership, the ^ %  "Jjary is raising 550,000 cost of the building. It will serve "siden** in the pavilions at Douglas Gardens. New development in group activities at the Jewish Home for the Aged is the painting class conducted by volunteers of the National Council of Jewrh Women. Average age of *he residents is close to 85. and none of them did any painting prior to the class. All of the LATENT TALENTS, SUDDENLY DISCOVERED, COME TO FORE Proceeds of Clothesline Art Exhibit %  $ By Residents Slated for^ CJAppeal One of the mast exciting new developments at the Jewish Home tor the Aged la the oil painting Class conducted by volunteers of the National Council of Jewish Woman and Mrs. Sadie Gordon, group worker at the Home. Some 50 paintings will t>e displayed at the first "clothesline'' exhibition at the l.dh annual meeting and dedication ceremonies Sunday. Jan. 31, at Douglas Gardens at 2:30 p.m. Most of the residents, who have never painted before enter ing the class which was begun several months ago. are astonishing everyone by their creative talent. Raddantl of the Home are now in the midst of their annual campaign for the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which the Home is a beneficiary agency. In 1964. they contributed almost $300. This year, through the accelerated sales of the oil paintings, ceramics and other arts and crafts products, they hop fo in aign to Dr crease their achievement to CJA 18 CJA campi bj several hupdied dollars now an chairman ol Tluv are dedicating their I9t>5 .Committee Mr;. Land's Contribution Continued from Pag* I-C and Korach, Miami architects, has already evoked superlatives from board members, rabbis and hundreds of visitors to Douglas Gardens. The synagogue seats 40. with additional space for 35 in an adjoining annex, in which an oil portrait of Max Land will hang The synagogue hawood paneled walls, comfortable theatre seats, thick red carpeting covering i' s fioors, and all lighting fixtures and hardware are in gold aluminum as is the upholstery on the seats. Miami artist, Herman Brockdorff, noted for his work in stained glass, desii aavtod two large sta ned 0] in take in the form ol >wDavid, which add to the besi of the synagogue. T'i. it made of rich w. keeping with the wi wai donated by MrIda • Khuller, one of the i of the Hom< •icipants m thi bbon- ramomei will j" Cypen, Col Dr. Max Ant, Stanley serman, Louis Br. Bier, %  bi Jonah E. Caplan. Dr. K' j Lehrman and Baron da II (j t r



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    inuary 29. 1965 Jew!si) fhridliciir Page 3C J he Jewish 3 OFFICERS President Judge Irving Cypen Founder M rs. Isidor Cohen Honorary President Judge Harold B. Spaet Vice Presidents Col. Jacob M. Arvey Louis Bresler David B. Fleeman Baron de Hirsch Meyer David Phillips (deceased) Treasurer Stanley M. Beckerman Financial Secretary Sam Resnick Corresponding Secretary M rs. Sol Silverman Recording Secretary; President. Greater Miami Auxiliary Mrs. Lawrence Silverman President, Hollywood Auxiliary Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman President. Junior Auxiliary MrsGeorge Israel President, No. Miami Beach Auxiliary Mrs. Irving Salamowitz Executive Director Maurice Pearlstein Assistant Director Arthur Kalish Architect — Smith & Knrach. Miami Stained Glass Mosaics in Land Synagogue — Herman Brockdorff General Contractor — Palm Industrial Corporation THE HOME IS A BENEFICIARY AGENCY OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION AND THE UNITED FUND OF DADE COUNTY. I, f. a me,r>,r of (he Welfare ****** Counrt Fl UHMfttJ hi ttaftlln, ftudtttl ,., lOCtal MrJ and with the Dud, Cmt> f.„ rhe Ag,„ K 'etofj A,„.r..or, of Home, for ,he Ag,.,g An, f r,ca., Bo-l of Pbh I** !" !" rrannng, ruder,,, i J^CCJ ,ur Hotf.tal |^ MW a.,d N.ol Aoetatfo ,.f fet** Home, for the Aged h u d co.pon.or *,.h ,h Un„*r„ty w Fl U o, the Annual Southern it i| dff.l.aTed with the graduate School / Social Welfare of Flor.da State Ge cmtotafiwl Conference a. OaitUeviHe.



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    Page 4-C +JmtsHk>rMkr COOPtRAWt RELATIONSHIPS RtViAltD Home Becomes Training Center for Investigation In Geriatrics Research The Jew ish Home for the \ with it> increased and highlj trained professional staff, its cli versified services and expanded facilities, is growing as ;i center fur training and research in its cooperative relationships with other institutions For almost a decade, it has trained graduate social work studentfrom the School of Social welfare of Florida state University seeking their Master's de grees, and practical nursing stu dent.-, for the Dade County Hoard <>l Public Instruction A lew weekago a new progrant of training nurses' aides was begun at the Home in connection with the Economic Op portuntties Act Dr. Charles Beber, me. was returned for a twoyear term amayor of Toronto, Canada's second city, by a majority of 30.OW over his runner-up. Mi Giveas assumed the mayoral t\ a year ago to fill out the term oi Donald Summerville who died ot a heart attack in Nov., 196.1 His opponent. Allan Lamport. 62. was a veteran municipal politician who had been mayor of Toronto three times Mr Glvans, second Jewish mayor in Toronto's history, born Givcitz. is a product ot the Bits Chain Talmud Torah and an officer of the Zionist Organization ol Canada. Other Jewish candidates who succeeded in the Toronto elections were Herbert Orhffe, 1 Board of Control, and David Rtv tenberg. Alderman. Edwin Pivnick. 40-year-old attorney, was reelected Reeve (i.e. mayor) of Forest Hill Village, and Irving Paisley was elected con, tioiler in North York Township. The total number of Jewish candidates elected, reelected or returned by acclamation in the Metropolitan Toronto area was 20. mainly in the city of Toronto, Village of Forest Hill and townships of York and North York. GET AWAY FROM IT AU Why bo twMo~d by tK # dock* L''q 4, ,. in notivo charm (* yaw t 0 root, Wharo ., rhii ploco S'ol •• biai'J Just 20 mmwtsft front •-• LJ $ (Xi An Island collod Bo*>o"j'r4 Aiwa waton. c laa' \Vy o-J i-.< Ltvo liko o K ing .. and be • Coma toe* to ho B 9 Go-t BimiAi. •lk-Jttl ^4 ^ANCHORS AWElGH HOTEL ^> IIMINI IN THE IHHIMIS WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? // "BLAST OFF TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY [CpSfl 10 "'a Su-ds, From I 00 P.W l HAVE A GLTAWAY VACA1 • RAMADA INN hf. t ... (3 Mile* Fron >• Csc. 8rnd New Aceommodi'or* Pool or Ocean SwImmWiq Entertainment Fcf All A9H Children Under 14. With • No Charqa Come anytime Frldjy Leave Anytima Sunday Sentible Retee Writ. Or Pr>o" — IUw' RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA *02b.t ILLINOIS mm. MUfflem*** Oo (ueiti rtturn ySW aflar year lor many reaeone — SUPER'•** T1VE FOOD eerved Gr.ooue Air Conditioned Roomi• \ Entertainment Proiram Lov.ly Lobbiee Cafe Maditonr %  • • •want-PANORAMIC VIEW ef OCEAN and BAY from ^ DECK end SOLARIUM et 14th Fleer. 60% af eur rooms *"• Ocs-a V iaw Many b.ra TV. Few ssr<* air oatiditlonini -WJ j aWt newt tt. l^eatioa la the Heart ef AtUotic Cay's R^ | a t, m4 Shopping. Aw. V$M The MadUaoa Beah CTwiw OstarfsMsn BAN VIEW Kooms S as low as OMIiiinmuiiii w 17-SL/ • %  *** / •*—• f 1S-a ** rofa t ^ mm I __„ -. .laaa, WtMlWral1llslt^*" 1,, /w



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    [Friday. January 29. 1965 >JewisHk>rktk*ri PiKje 5-C ;JA Divisions row Increases In 1965 Drive loaders of the Residents, Worn Ls and Trades and Professions ^Divisions of the 1965 Combined %  Jewish Appeal havcj>ledged unparalleled support toward raising inCreased goals in their division %  drives on behalf of the 1965 CJA, jit as announced by Dr. Irving I Lehrman. campaign chairman. •our goal f SI.4350.080 rcpre[sents another .-tep forward by our I communitj In providing additional services to those who will call upon CJA's 41 agencies both at home and abroad for lifesaving serv ices." Rabbi Lehrman stated. Leaders uf the Women's Division announced through their chairman, Mrs Inez Krensky. that they had accepted a goal of a minimum oi in percent above that raised by the women in 1964. John Serbin, chairman of the Residents Division, said that tht leaders in this area, which includes high-rise apartment residents, and those living in all areas of Dade County, had pledged a 25 percent increase in support of the 1965 campaign. "We are honored to join Dr. Lehrman and the leaders of the Trades, Professions, and Women's Division i n pledging increased support down the line from every facet of Residents Division activity." Serbin stated. A better than 10 percent increase w as accepted by all Trade and Prole ssional Divisions, it was announced by Trades and Professions Co-Chairmen Norton Pallot and George Talianoff Speaking for the Construction Division, Talianoff announced that the five groups comprising the di; vision would seek to raise $183,500 in keeping with the overall in-1 creased goals set by the Campaign Cabinet Milton WeiSS, chairman of the Finance Division, >aul that the division and fts groups had set a 196S goal of $147,500 to help keep pace with the increased goals of the campaign Norton Pallot, who is also serving as chairman oi the Manufacturing and Transportation Division, as well as co-chairman of the Trades and Professions Council, announced that these affiliated groups had accepted a goal of >00 for their drive The Genera] Services Division through Irving Wexler, chairman. said that his group had voted to increase support oi CJA to a fig IS 100 A B Wiener, chairn an ol the Professional Division, has announced a goal ol $198,500 Two leading Trade Divisions, the Food, Hotel and Allied Trades, and the Mercantile Division, have pledged to accept increased goals in their CJA camAttend services tftis week at uour own place of worship m HI 8-4994 Wfcea Hi* accatiea arises, akaas MERMAN STEIN JACK STEIN Food Division Names Leaders Two prominent leaders of the Supermarket Industry, Jack Stein, i of Thrifty Super Market, and Herj man Stein. Southern Division manager of Food Fair Stores, will, serve as co-chairmen of the Food Group campaign on behalf of Com-, bined Jewish Appeal, it was anj nounced by Jerry Blank, president j of National Brands and chairman Of the Food. Restaurant and Hotel Division of CJA. Leaders of the Food Group will work closely with Blank and Joseph Cohen, vice chairman of the) division, in planning the annual 1 Food Group luncheon, which wifl take place early in March. Stein has served as a leader of Food Group activity for manyyears and was a co-chairman of the industry drive in 1964. He also | has served for two years on the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Stein has been associated with Food Fair for 28 years, and has been Southern Division manager since 1962. In addition to his service as co-chairman of the Food Group of CJA, he served the United Fund of Dade County as Food chairman in the 1963 campaign. He is on the Executive Advisory Committee of Florida Atlantic University^ College of Business Ad ministration, and under his chair manship in 1964 the Dade County 'Work a Day For JFK -Youth campaign was an outstanding success in raising funds for the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library. 2 Appointments Told by CJAppeal Two important campaign appointments for the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal have been announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA chairman. Darftef Near Heller. 1963" winner of the President's Leadership Award and past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. will head a new program for the development of new contributors to CJA's annual drive on behalf of 41 agencies. A. B. Wiener, past chairman of the Accountants Division, and partner in the firm of Wiener and Stern, will serve as chairman of Professions for the coming campaign. Under Wiener's direction, the Accountants last year became the first professional division to hold j a Federation function early in the i campaign Both Heller and Wiener serve on the 1965 Campaign Cabinet. Heller, who has served as chair man of the Federation's Speakers | Bureau and is currently chairman I of the South Florida United Jewish | Appeal Young Leadership Cam! paign Cabinet, heads a vital link in the annual drive. "Through the development of new gifts, our Federation will be enabled to keep pace not only with a growing community, but with-the growing needs of our community which must be met." A. B. WIENER DANIEL NfAl NEUER QoodxM Elks Cite Beach Publicity Man For Performance Peter F. Heller, publicity direc tor for Miami Beach Elks Lodge, was cited last week "for outstanding service, and performance in the State Of Florida." According to Vincent J. Toseano. exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, "Heller achieved the highest and best record of any F.Iks publicity director in the state." The award was made by Bodo Kirchoff, publisher of the State Elks News, and director ol Elks l ublieit) for the state. Is paigns. Jerry Blank, chairman, and Joseph Cohen, vice chairman, said that the Food Division, largest of the Trade Divisions, had accepted a goal of $261,700 as its share of the overall CJA drive. A goal of S8.V000 for the Mercantile Division was announced by Joseph E Brooks and William S. Ruben, co-chairmen. Rabbi Lehrman also announced pledges of increased support from General Solicitation and from the r.ewlyiormed North Dade Division, which is formulating plans to raise $50,000 from that area in its initial CJA drive. powerfully influential on ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HICHIAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUt TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood JAugiC STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM 1O0.1 MC • 16Q.OOO WATTS


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    -JtmistncrMtor
    today, January 29. 196
    COOPER AT IVI RElATiONSHIPS REVEALED
    Home Becomes Training
    Center for Investigation
    In Geriatrics Research
    The Jewish Home foi the \ i
    with its increased .>"! Kighl)
    t: .t.:i I i'i Sessional staff, its di
    versified services and expanded
    lities is growing as s center
    tor training and research in its
    cooperative relationships with
    othei institutions
    h almost i decade ii has
    trained graduate social work stu
    dents from the School of Social
    Welfare of Florida State Univer
    lit} seeking their Master's
    md pi actical nursing stu
    dents f ir the Dade County Board
    if Public Instruction
    \ 11 \ weeki ago .1 new pro
    m of training nurses' aides
    wa- begun .if the Homo in con
    action with the Economic Op
    portunities Act
    Dr Charles Beber medical ><< I n ol the Home, has several
    eeriatri< research programs ;ii
    n adj under aj and Dr Jack
    Skigen chiel psychiatrist at the
    Home has proposed I psxchiatnc
    research and training project in
    the area of senility which it is
    hoped, will get under waj in a
    lea months
    Several research projects, 10
    -uitin^ m Master's theses, have
    been completed b) graduate to
    cial work students under the hi
    pervision of Mr- Bstelle Sudnow,
    field work supervisor Of the KSl
    social work training unit at the
    Home only a few days ago, dli
    CUSsions were held with I)r Da
    vid L Levine, professor of social
    work .it KSl projecting an in
    tensive pilot in-service training
    program for all echelons of staff
    -non professional and profes
    sional Funds will be SOUgU from
    government and private founda
    turns
    Dr. Arzt to be Speaker
    Continued from Poge 1C
    whuh a- published in 1%;: b)
    Holt. Kinchart and Win-ton He
    was .1 United state- delegate to
    the Atlantic NATO Congress
    which was held in London in
    lOSt, and is a charter memoei ol
    the Advisor) Council of the In
    ternational Movement for Allan
    in Union
    Cantot David Conviser of Temple Beth Sholom, was honored
    at tne recent conclave ol the Southeast Federa'-on of Tem-
    ple Youth when, in a special ceremony he was granted life
    membe: the National Federation ol Temple Youth, "in
    recognition of his ten consecutive years as music director in
    the rial >n: orod by "he Union of American He-
    bre-.. Above. Rabbi Samuel Cook, director
    of Nal Temple Youth, presents the life mem-
    ber to Cantor Couvisei at the recent conclave
    of tr ition of Temple, Youth at Beth Sholom.
    A g fuilliard School of Music and the Hebrew
    Union 1 I Music, where he received a Master's
    deg rved on the faculty. Cantoi Con-
    viMi music director ol the UAHC camp in Cleve-
    land. Ga
    USY Dance Will Be Presented
    Annual Youth
    i-raeli Folk Da no I 1 itival, In
    which all "i the L'SY cl
    the South Florida area will partic
    ipate. is scheduled [or Apr 24
    I lie event, during which each ol
    ten groups will present two spe
    cially prepared Isrsttl tolk dances,
    will be under th direction of two
    Instructed Ml and Mrs Joseph
    Yanich
    Mr and Mr- Yanich are now re
    hears, n* with groups here, who
    will soon be preparing their DM
    tome- and begin selling tickets to
    he event
    ongregalions in the United
    Synagogue who have USY groups
    wll participate in the evening As
    an additional feature, the young
    Israeli singer and accordionist.
    Abraham Grobard will also appear
    The United Synagogue Youth is
    the teen:age arm of the United
    Synagogue of America with 25.000
    members in more than 600 congre
    gallons. The South Florida sub-
    region of the Southeast Region la
    under the presidency of Miss Gerry
    C'arness. of B'nai Raphael Congre
    nation of North Miami Kenneth
    Platt. of Temple Sinai. Hollywood,
    is regional president of the organ
    nation.
    Student practical nurses m training at the lew
    ish Home for the Aqed in a cooperative Iran,
    ing program by the Home and the Dade Coun
    ty Board of Public Instruction, which has be.'
    in existence lor the past 'en years.
    Annual Meet Sunday
    Continued from Pooe \-C
    his annual presidential report
    In the absence of Dr Herbert
    Bauaagard, president, program
    will open with an invocation bj
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Temple
    Adath Yeshurun. who 1- vice
    president of the Rabbinical As
    sociation Cantor Jacob G. Born
    stein. Temple Israel, will sing
    two songs with Bless Thi-
    House" a- his nnal number
    David B. Fleeman. vice pre-i
    dent and chairman ol the buikl
    ing committee, will report for
    the nominating committee and
    Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
    president of the building fund
    1 ..Mipaign will report on the
    huilding fund status Residents
    ot the Home will be represented
    on the program by Mr- Sarah
    Cossik, their president
    Guest .-peaker at the meeting
    will be Dr Max Arzt. vice than
    rellor of the Jewish Theological
    Seminary, and Dr Irving Lehr
    man. Temple KmanuKl. 19fo
    Combined Jewish Appeal earn
    paign chairman, and chairman
    ol the Home's Religious Commit
    i will give the prayer of dedi-
    . alien
    Those {elected to participate
    in the ribbon-cutting ceremonies
    .,' the Max and Fannie 1
    [uc are Jud 1 1 rpen
    Col Jacob M irvej Di Ma*
    \i/i Stanle) \l EW
    Louis Bresler Rsbbi Csplan Di
    Lehrman. end Baron Hirsch
    Meyer Participating in n
    ceremonies '' the health centei
    will be Mr- Lawrence Silver
    man. Mrs So Silverman, Mrs
    Jack tblin, Mrs D Mllips
    Judge C) i*" David l
    Sam Resales and i idge Harold
    It Spaet
    One of the majoi leatun
    the meeting will the clothes
    line" exhibition >f some
    ingi b) residents ol the Home
    who have den mstrated unusual
    creative talent in the new paint
    tag class recentlj initiated witk
    the help of volunteers >>( the Ne
    tional Council "! Jewish Women
    Proceeds from the -ale of paint
    ings and art I cralta item-
    will he allocated b the KMS I JA
    campaign The residents have
    dedicated then 1963 CJ A
    paign t" I" 1 ehiman In *;
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    tci mole than
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    Toronto Returns
    Jewish Mayor
    For New Term
    TORONTO(JTA)- Philip Gh
    en- 4-'. was returned for a two-
    veal term .1- mayor ol Toronto,
    Canada's second cit) b) .. major
    it> of 30.iHi over his runner-up.
    Mi Giveai -siimed the mayoral
    year SgO to fill out the term
    1! Donald Mimmcuillc who died
    ot ., heart attack in No\ 1963 His
    opponent Ulan Lamport. 83 was
    a veteran municipal polititi.ui who
    had been mayor ol Toronto three
    I line-
    Mi Givens, second Jewish ma)
    or m Toronto's history, i>orn r.i\
    ni' is a product of the Kit/
    < haim Talmud Torah and an old
    cei of the Zionist Organization of
    Canada Other Jewish candidates
    who succeeded in the Toronto
    elections were Herbert Orliffe.
    Board of Control, and David Ro-
    tenberg. Alderman
    Edwin 1'iwiKk 4ft > ear old at
    torney. wa- reelected Reeve (i.e.
    max or) of Forest Hill Village, and
    Irving Paisley was elected con-
    tioller in North York Township
    The total number of Jewish can
    didates elected, reelected or re-1
    turned by acclamation in the Met
    ropolitan Toronto area was 20. .
    mainly in the city of Toronto. Vil
    lage of Forest Hill and town-hips
    of York and North York.
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    Page 4-C -JtmistncrMtor today, January 29. 196 COOPER AT IVI RElATiONSHIPS REVEALED Home Becomes Training Center for Investigation In Geriatrics Research The Jewish Home foi the \ i with its increased .>"•! Kighl) t: .t.:i I i'i Sessional staff, its di versified services and expanded lities is growing as s center tor training and research in its cooperative relationships with othei institutions h almost i decade ii has trained graduate social work stu dents from the School of Social Welfare of Florida State Univer lit} seeking their Master's md pi actical nursing stu dents f ir the Dade County Board •if Public Instruction \ 11 \ weeki ago .1 new pro m of training nurses' aides wabegun .if the Homo in con %  action with the Economic Op portunities Act Dr Charles Beber medical <•< I N ol the Home, has several eeriatri< research programs ;ii n adj under aj and Dr Jack Skigen chiel psychiatrist at the Home has proposed I psxchiatnc research and training project in the area of senility which it is hoped, will get under waj in a lea months Several research projects, 10 -uitin^ m Master's theses, have been completed b) graduate to cial work students under the HI pervision of MrBstelle Sudnow, field work supervisor Of the KSl social work training unit at the Home only a few days ago, dli CUSsions were held with I)r Da vid L Levine, professor of social work .it KSl projecting an in tensive pilot in-service training program for all echelons of staff -non professional and profes sional Funds will be SOUgU from government and private founda turns Dr. Arzt to be Speaker Continued from Poge 1C whuh apublished in 1%;: b) Holt. Kinchart and Win-ton He was .1 United statedelegate to the Atlantic NATO Congress which was held in London in lOSt, and is a charter memoei ol the Advisor) Council of the In ternational Movement for Allan in Union Cantot David Conviser of Temple Beth Sholom, was honored at tne recent conclave ol the Southeast Federa'-on of Temple Youth when, in a special ceremony he was granted life membe: the National Federation ol Temple Youth, "in recognition of his ten consecutive years as music director in the rial >n: orod by "he Union of American Hebre-.. Above. Rabbi Samuel Cook, director of Nal Temple Youth, presents the life member to Cantor Couvisei at the recent conclave of tr ition of Temple, Youth at Beth Sholom. A g fuilliard School of Music and the Hebrew Union 1 I Music, where he received a Master's deg %  • • %  rved on the faculty. Cantoi ConviMi music director ol the UAHC camp in Cleveland. Ga USY Dance Will Be Presented Annual • Youth i-raeli Folk Da no I 1 itival, In which all "i the L'SY cl the South Florida area will partic ipate. is scheduled [or Apr 24 I lie event, during which each ol ten groups will present two spe cially prepared Isrsttl tolk dances, will be under th direction of two Instructed Ml and Mrs Joseph Yanich Mr and MrYanich are now re hears, n* with groups here, who will soon be preparing their DM tomeand begin selling tickets to •he event ongregalions in the United Synagogue who have USY groups wll participate in the evening As an additional feature, the young Israeli singer and accordionist. Abraham Grobard will also appear The United Synagogue Youth is the teen : age arm of the United Synagogue of America with 25.000 members in more than 600 congre gallons. The South Florida subregion of the Southeast Region la under the presidency of Miss Gerry C'arness. of B'nai Raphael Congre nation of North Miami Kenneth Platt. of Temple Sinai. Hollywood, is regional president of the organ nation. Student practical nurses m training at the lew ish Home for the Aqed in a cooperative Iran, ing program by the Home and the Dade Coun ty Board of Public Instruction, which has be.' in existence lor the past 'en years. Annual Meet Sunday Continued from Pooe \-C his annual presidential report In the absence of Dr Herbert Bauaagard, president, program will open with an invocation bj Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Temple Adath Yeshurun. who 1vice president of the Rabbinical As sociation Cantor Jacob G. Born stein. Temple Israel, will sing two songs with Bless ThiHouse" ahis nnal number David B. Fleeman. vice pre-i dent and chairman ol the buikl ing committee, will report for the nominating committee and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice p re si dent of the building fund 1 ..Mipaign will report on the huilding fund status Residents ot the Home will be represented on the program by MrSarah Cossik, their president Guest .-peaker at the meeting will be Dr Max Arzt. vice than rellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Dr Irving Lehr man. Temple KmanuKl. 19fo Combined Jewish Appeal earn paign chairman, and chairman ol the Home's Religious Commit •i • will give the prayer of dedi. alien Those {elected to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremonies .,' the Max and Fannie 1 [uc are Jud 1 1 rpen Col Jacob M irvej Di Ma* \i/i Stanle) \l EW Louis Bresler Rsbbi Csplan Di Lehrman. end Baron Hirsch Meyer Participating in n ceremonies •'' the health centei will be MrLawrence Silver man. Mrs So Silverman, Mrs Jack tblin, Mrs D Mllips Judge C) i*" David l • • Sam Resales and i idge Harold It Spaet One of the majoi leatun the meeting will !• the clothes line" exhibition >f some ingi b) residents ol the Home who have den mstrated unusual creative talent in the new paint tag class recentlj initiated witk the help of volunteers >>( the Ne tional Council "! Jewish Women Proceeds from the -ale of paint ings and art I cralta itemwill he allocated b the KMS I JA campaign The residents have dedicated then 1963 CJ A paign t" I" 1 ehiman In %  ; the) 1 list • • tci mole than thi1 Toronto Returns Jewish Mayor For New Term TORONTO—(JTA)Philip Gh en4-'. was returned for a twoveal term .1mayor ol Toronto, Canada's second cit) b) .. major it>• of 30.iHi over his runner-up. Mi Giveai -siimed the mayoral year SgO to fill out the term 1! Donald Mimmcuillc who died ot ., heart attack in No\ 1963 His opponent Ulan Lamport. 83 was a veteran municipal polititi.ui who had been mayor ol Toronto three I lineMi Givens, second Jewish ma) or m Toronto's history, i>orn r.i\ ni' is a product of the Kit/ < haim Talmud Torah and an old cei of the Zionist Organization of Canada Other Jewish candidates who succeeded in the Toronto elections were Herbert Orliffe. Board of Control, and David Rotenberg. Alderman Edwin 1'iwiKk 4ft > ear old at torney. wareelected Reeve (i.e. max or) of Forest Hill Village, and Irving Paisley was elected contioller in North York Township The total number of Jewish can didates elected, reelected or re-1 turned by acclamation in the Met ropolitan Toronto area was 20. mainly in the city of Toronto. Vil lage of Forest Hill and town-hips of York and North York. GET AWAY FftOM IT AIL %  •. •• • -i'o—ax) • •*• • • ••* %  *• 0*4) • •** A PASAOtSC *•* <• W .-• S.sao-n 4 %  '• •* • >•••. A<< ar- &f #•• ev, T*e -•-. 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    Friday. January 29. 1965
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    Vow Increases
    In 1965 Drive
    leaders of ihr Residents, Wun;
    and Trades and Professions
    PiwMon- of the IMS Coml
    Jewish Appeal h.\. pledged ui
    ifeleia support l< ai in
    created gbaJa in division
    drivtt <>n Ixh.ilt ol the 1965 i I \
    it announced bj l>- Irving
    Lehm
    inn | is ,
    senti tnotl lei
    i imn ii '
    -rr\ices I those ha ill call up
    CJAs 41 home
    nd broad (oi lift
    a ei Rabbi Lehrmai
    Leadi Worm
    anno rought f i
    Mrs |nM Krensk)
    e thai
    tvomen m :- .
    John Serbin chiirnun of the
    Resident* Division, md that the
    leader* in ihu arts, which in
    eludes hiah-rite apartment rn
    dents, nti those living in all
    areas of Dado County, had pledq
    ed a 25 percent increase in sup-
    port of the 194$ campaign
    We are honorad to pun lr Lehr
    man and fh. ides,
    Profi ision* si M li\ii"ii
    i n | .. d
    down the line fron i i facel
    Restdenta Di> Ision ." in t %. s,
    bin Stated
    A better lit i
    as j. ( epted b) all Trade and I
    i. isioi al D
    nounced t \ Ti -> i
    lions Co-Chairmci Notion l\
    and George I .< liai
    (or t(.i
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    Two leading Tt.ide Divisions
    the Food Hotel and Allied
    Trades, and the Mercantile Divi
    sion, have pledged to accept in
    creased goals in their CJA cam-
    Page S
    HUMAN SJtIS
    JACK STflN
    Food Division Names Leaders
    Twi prominent leaders >>t the
    narket Industry, Jack stein.
    Supei Market, and Her-
    Sten ithern l>i\ ision man-
    ei i :' Food Fair Stores, will
    serve -s co-chairmen of tin- Food
    Group campaign on behalf <>t Com-
    Jewish Appeal, ii was an-
    nounced >>> Jerrj Blank, president
    National Brands and chairman
    o| the Fi o i Restaurant sod Hotel
    .1A
    Leaders "I the Food Group wUl
    *ork closel) with Blank and Jos-
    I i hen. vice chairman of the
    division, in planning the annual
    ! Group luncheon, which wifl
    lake place early in March
    Stein has served as i leader of
    r ad Group activit) for many
    rs and ua- i co chairman ot
    InduStT) drive ill 1964 He also
    served tor two years on the
    get Committee of the Greater
    v lea ish Federation
    Elks Cite Beach
    Publicity Man
    For Performance
    petei I Heller, publicit) direc j
    \; Beach Blka Lodge.;
    week "for out stand j
    Sen lee and performance in

    Vinci roaeano,
    , Miami Beach
    . achieved the
    i any Elks
    in the state "
    made bj Bodo
    ihsher ol the state
    Elks
    Stem has been associated with
    Food Fair for 28 years, and has
    been Southern Division managei
    since VM\1 In addition to his -ei
    vice as co-chairman of the Food
    Group of CJA. he served the Uni-
    ted Fund of Dade County as Food
    chairman in the 1963 campaign
    He is on the Executive Advisory
    Committee of Florida Atlantic I'm
    versitys College Of Business Ad
    ministration, and under his chair
    manship in 1964 the Dade County
    Work a Day For JFK Youth
    campaign was an outstanding suc-
    cess in raising funds for the John
    F* Kenneds Memorial Library
    2 Appointments
    Told by CJAppeal
    Two important campaign ap-
    pointments for the 1965 Combined
    Jewish Appeal have been announ-
    ced by Dr. Irvine Lehrinan. CJA
    chairman
    Daniel \i al Heller. 10(3 winner
    of the President s Leadership
    Award and past national comman-
    der of the Jewish War Veterans of
    the ISA will head a new pro-
    -lam for the development of new
    i mtributors to CJA's annual drive
    on behalf ot 41 agencies
    A. B. Wiener, past chairman
    of the Accountants Division, and
    partner in the firm of Wiener
    and Stern, will serve as chair-
    man of Professions for the com-
    ing campaign.
    Under Wiener's direction the
    Accountants last year became the
    first professional division to hold
    a Federation function early in the
    campaign
    Both Heller and Wiener serve 00
    the H*B5 Campaign Cabinet
    Heller, who has served as chair
    man of the Federations Speakers
    Bureau and is currently chairman
    Of the South Florida United Jewish
    Appeal Young Leadership Cam
    paign Cabinet, heads a vital link
    in the annual drive.
    "Through the development of
    new gifts, our Federation will he
    enabled to keep pace not only with
    a growing community, but with-the
    growing needs of our community
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    sions, had accepted a goal of
    $261700 as its share of the over-
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    \ ,,,. o| 185.000 for the Her
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    Joseph E BrOOks and William s
    Ruben co-chairmen
    -.. Lehrman also announced
    pledges ot increased wpport from
    Solicitation and from the
    newl) tormed North Dade Division,
    v, hi. mulating plans to raise
    . from thai area in its initial
    CJ \ drive
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    Friday. January 29. 1965 > Uisllk*H#*r > '> CJA Divisions Vow Increases In 1965 Drive leaders of ihr Residents, Wun; and Trades and Professions PiwMonof the IMS Coml Jewish Appeal h.\. pledged ui %  ifeleia support l< ai in created gbaJa in ••„. division drivtt <>n Ixh.ilt ol the 1965 i I \ it announced bj l>Irving Lehm • inn | is • senti tnotl %  lei i imn ii -rr\ i ces I those ha %  ill call up CJAs 41 home %  nd %  broad (oi lift a ei Rabbi Lehrmai Leadi Worm anno rought f i • Mrs |nM Krensk) e thai tvomen m :. John Serbin chiirnun of the Resident* Division, md that the leader* in ihu arts, which in eludes hiah-rite apartment rn dents, nti those living in all areas of Dado County, had pledq ed a 25 percent increase in support of the 194$ campaign %  We are honorad to pun lr Lehr man and fh. ides, Profi ision* si • M li\ i i"ii i n | .. d down the line fron i i facel Restdenta Di> Ision ." in t %. s, bin Stated A better lit i as j. ( epted b) all Trade and I i. isioi al D nounced t %  \ Ti -> i lions Co-Chairmci Notion l\ and George I .< liai (or t(.i lnIsm I lianoff annowi the live gi ipi \ ivinn Mould seek t< raiv (II in keepti in ... ... i l\ the I t abilM MiHi Kin.ii' r Dj visi %  %  keep the i t nr:; 'i radi %  i %  %  Two leading Tt.ide Divisions the Food Hotel and Allied Trades, and the Mercantile Divi sion, have pledged to accept in creased goals in their CJA camPage S€ HUMAN SJtIS JACK STflN Food Division Names Leaders Twi prominent leaders >>t the narket Industry, Jack stein. • Supei Market, and HerSten ithern l>i\ ision manei i %  :' Food Fair Stores, will serve -s co-chairmen of tinFood Group campaign on behalf <>t ComJewish Appeal, ii was announced >>> Jerrj Blank, president • National Brands and chairman o| the Fi o i Restaurant sod Hotel .1A Leaders "I the Food Group wUl *ork closel) with Blank and JosI i hen. vice chairman of the division, in planning the annual Group luncheon, which wifl lake place early in March Stein has served as i leader of r ad Group activit) for many rs and uai co chairman ot %  InduStT) drive ill 1964 He also served tor two years on the get Committee of the Greater v lea ish Federation Elks Cite Beach Publicity Man For Performance petei I Heller, publicit) direc j \; Beach Blka Lodge.; • week "for out stand j S en lee and performance in %  %  Vinci roaeano, Miami Beach achieved the i any Elks in the state made bj Bodo ihsher ol the state Elks Stem has been associated with Food Fair for 28 years, and has been Southern Division managei since VM\1 In addition to his -ei vice as co-chairman of the Food Group of CJA. he served the United Fund of Dade County as Food chairman in the 1963 campaign He is on the Executive Advisory Committee of Florida Atlantic I'm versitys College Of Business Ad ministration, and under his chair manship in 1964 the Dade County •Work a Day For JFK Youth campaign was an outstanding success in raising funds for the John F* Kenneds Memorial Library 2 Appointments Told by CJAppeal Two important campaign appointments for the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal have been announced by Dr. Irvine Lehrinan. CJA chairman Daniel \i al Heller. 10(3 winner of the President s Leadership Award and past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the ISA will head a new pro-lam for the development of new i mtributors to CJA's annual drive on behalf ot 41 agencies A. B. Wiener, past chairman of the Accountants Division, and partner in the firm of Wiener and Stern, will serve as chairman of Professions for the coming campaign. Under Wiener's direction the Accountants last year became the first professional division to hold a Federation function early in the campaign Both Heller and Wiener serve 00 the H*B5 Campaign Cabinet Heller, who has served as chair man of the Federations Speakers Bureau and is currently chairman Of the South Florida United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Cam paign Cabinet, heads a vital link in the annual drive. "Through the development of new gifts, our Federation will he enabled to keep pace not only with a growing community, but with-the growing needs of our community which must be met A. fi. WIINIR DANIfl Nil! HflUR QoodxMi&to Is Attend services tfiis week at uouronm plaee of worship m HI 8-4994 Hi. *<•*• •'•• •*••• paigns Jerry Blank, chairman, and Joseph Cohen, vice chairman, said that the Food Division, largest of the Trade Divisions, had accepted a goal of $261700 as its share of the overall CJA drive. \ ,,,. o| 185.000 for the Her tile Division as announced bj Joseph E BrOOks and William s Ruben co-chairmen -.. Lehrman also announced pledges ot increased wpport from Solicitation and from the newl) tormed North Dade Division, v hi. mulating plans to raise from thai area in its initial CJ \ drive ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — HtCHlANO "^I 1 '" MURRAY nam NfWTON FR 3-5581 YOUt TEIERHONE WORERIY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET powerfully influential on SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood uUusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10.000 WATTS FM IOS.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS R %  i i..t t %  %  %  i.t .,rk i i i ** III I ..r tailiut 1 -. O the |B) •) %  ..I -1 T t i ll


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    Page &C *Jmlstifhrie;mville Hotel Henry Uxell. a Miami Beach casting ifMK) director, was in Mailed as the chief barker of the local dub which Mippoitl Variety CMMren'i Hospital .mil the Variety Research Foundation Master o| Ceremonies far the evening was Ralph Kenick. executive news director and v ice piesident of WTYJ. ch 4 Officers installed w ith Chief Barker Oxell included Jack Bell. Ros coe Brunstctter William Burke Franklin Mauri. Sigmund Ei.-en been. Ted (Mdstein. Mel Karl, (iennje MaeLean. Cordon Spntdley. Luther Bvans. William Kniu lak II. Victor Levine and Rdvrard Nil CoUm* NMN Same*. Jonis to New Agency in Capitol HfNBr OXIU P Y O Steam -hip Ciimpiny t< MMfrd bv Henry M Fracter in ISM. announces that its papular antf well-known Ss Florid*, after beanej in shipyard for several uerifc*. has resumed her three and four-de>y rnnses from Miami to "Use fidlv an conditioned %  Flor ida is rtekiinnitii: the new seaeon vnth an cntircli mm look Bl and funnel h;i\r been streamlined Passenger staterooms have all been refurbished and mil —afiil Facilities have been tddod b> 18 staterooms, .m. the entirely new ami modern Main Brace Room." "Mam Brace Loungi and Wheel Loungi arc all riaas-enck aoa-view and %  ir-conditiooed SS Florida i., modern turbine <1I \\ en tw in sen ean liner of 7.000 tons, accommodating some 500 passengerin i ut-ide state rooms, deluxe bedroomand Mitel The dininyroom serving nVHetnus meals -eatover 100 issengers Continental bnakla-U are serveu in staterooms when desired, and there are appeti/inn midni.ht .snacks before retiring Passengers win enjoy the tap tain's cocktail parti and ^ala din n r dancing to ratypso music and entertainment under tin direction oi the cruiae staff Dwty-free shop ping iright on board -hip The SS Florida ii a Boating hotel during the en'ire cruise Sailings are (Ml Mondavs and Fridays at 4 45 pm Cedars Film On Television A half hour document.ir> trillion program written and produced by Untventt) Of Miami students for Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital and WLBW. Ch 10. was shown on television Saturday at I 30 p.m Entitled "Heartbeat of a Ho pita!.*" the program depicted the life-preservine activity in the Cedars Constant Cardiac Care Cen ter named after lormer Miami \lavor Abe Amnovitz • i GOT LeRoy Collins, director of the new Community Relations Ser v ice, has named Seymour Samel aintei -croup relations officer. Samet will serve as deputv 10 Rofla* w Wilkin-. assistant dlrec tor for communitv action He will -i.pervise liaison srtlvtttr's "oetwe t Its and private and public agen I In the development of com monit) relations programs Samet it former Florida director of the American Jewish Committee. He joinec* the task force set up last July to establish CRS, the agency created by Hie 1M4 Civil Rights Act. Previously. Samet -erved aex • 'iitive director at the I>ode Conn tv Community Relations Board in Miami Prior to mining AJC IP l'J.M'. he held poaU U a-si-Iailt (ll rector ol the Community Relations Committee, Jewish Community Council ot Bates County, Newark N .1 program service director ol the F-s.x County Intergroup Coun cil; and executive KlTetV) of the Eases Count) Chapter ol AJC A leading Florida land develop cr and builder. Ja> Jams, has beet] named special assistant to Got CotMns Jamalso \> anamwl executive director of the National Citiiens Committee, a group of 455 promi nent citizens from across the na tion who assist CRS in securing compliance with the iww Civil Rights I,aw Former co owner oj the Jams •Corporation .1 a n i s Construction Companv and related building turnin the South Florida area Jams vvaactive In community vork in Miami He hat held posi turnto secretary, vice president and director 01 the American Jew i-h Committee, Miami Chapter He -lived acoordinator of the 19*2 Conference to Preserve the Demo italic Processes in Miami Beach. As chairman of the Labor Management Committee • the Home Builders Association of South Florida, he was the asso ciation's chief management ne(••itlor on m|or construction contracts in the area. For his work in labor-management relations. Janis was three times awarded a special certificate of merit by the association. Born in Lot Aitceles Calf the T?-year old official attended high school in New York CM) and was graduated angM cum Itwde imm Vale Iniversity with a maH>r in R us sian area -Indie)AHIi SAMfT \ 1 lllilllltiayriTJFi sr"w;|UJf r*rat the Realeigh IpartmenU. 9M1 E Ba> Harbour Dr to take re-ervatKns Pounder's Book Dedicated Here Founder Golden Book ol the ib C Cohen Community Sj ir w.iledicated al 'be Prl da > Night Porun p m Nameof founders will be engraved "n the metallic leaves of the hook and the\ will receive I Pounder*! Certificate from Rabbi Tibor Stern spiritual leader The new synagogue, ie-s than five monthold. already lit -•one 150 familv members The Friday Night Poruas begins at R :t0 p m • Holtsberg on Soles Sfcrff Jack S Holtsherg has been ap punted to the -ales -taff of WCKT TV. Ch. 7 it wac announced b> Charles Phillips, general -alemanager This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors. •VwifimTliiiilteHJlit* •gag civic lilt if feur i FIRMS itmitsrw IN IPOMSOISHII*, PUASC CAU HI 8-4994



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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    January 29, 1965

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

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

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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    January 29, 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
    "Jewish Floridian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    lime 38 Number 5
    Miami. Florida. Friday, January 29, 1965
    Three Sections Price 20'
    rms to Israel Report Heard in Bonn
    ALWAYS A ZIONIST
    hur'chill Was
    inked to Dream
    "or Jewish State
    By JTA
    Winston Churchill died in
    Won on Sunday at the age '
    lA- British Prime Minister Sii
    |i-' publicly declared hlmsell
    lifelong Zionist In 1943. dur-
    [the critical Cairo and Teheran
    lerenccs of the Allied leaders
    i'l Iti-ii Embass) in Cairo at which
    irge number ol Arab journal-
    j were among the 150 correspon-
    Jt- present To them li<' said
    "I p< r~. nally have always been a
    Ziom-t lie also said that the
    Jew.-- in I'.destine have made th"
    desert bloom" and -aid thai it
    would i'i- inadni-s-" for the Arabs
    to cm ihruM'hr nil li-om (he ben.
    fits >p| Mu- Jewish ellort.
    In mo. alter the British Labor
    Government :siicd it- PaSSfield
    Whit' !.iji. i-- winch recommended
    ;pen ion ol Jew ish immigration
    :nt.i Palestine until a census was
    leken the following year and sug
    gestcd i urtailment of land pur-
    rhases by Jews in Palestine-
    Churchill joined in world wide pro
    tests against the document He
    m rote a special article for the
    'he Jew.sh Telegraphic Agency on
    the implications ol the White Pa
    per and look sharp issue with the
    ecommendations in it. He called
    ipon the British G voinment to
    return t<> the basic principles ol the
    Balfour Declaration which pledg-
    ed the establishment "f a Jewish
    National Home in Palestine.
    Hi* interest in the Jtws and
    in the Zionist movement began
    in the years of World War I when
    as a member of the British Cab-
    Continued on Page 8-A
    Correspondent Says
    $80 Million Shipment
    Of Weapons Involved
    SoY WINSfON CHURCHILL
    fought White Ptiper
    NEW YORK J1 \ i A report
    that the Wesl German Government
    had arranged lor the shipment I
    Israel "i i S80.000.000 worth <>f
    arms" was broadcast this week
    from Bonn bj CBS correspondent
    Daniel Schorr. He asserted that
    the arms included submarines
    anti-aircraft artillery, helicopters
    and M 18 Patton tanks.
    "The tanks were brought by Ger-
    man; lor ca-h and do not require
    American permission for re-ex
    Germans Eye Bill To
    Extend Crime Statute
    lEshkol Offers Eulogy
    iFor Late War Leader
    l)i:i;i SALEM (JTA) Prime
    n'sii-r l.evi Eshkol eulogized Sir
    j -inn Churchill in an ad Ircss
    (tni' the Knesset on Mondaj
    rom the start ol his political
    E.shkol told Parliament.
    Chin, mil hacked the struggle for
    [wish rights and the riahl <>t the
    tw to rebuild then own home
    and I hi ii i iio.it his long career,
    11 mained faithful lo his basil
    shakeable friendship. As long
    60 years ago, he fought against
    Aliens Act which -.packed ol
    ii Jewish discrimination il e
    cw his opposition to Nazism and
    Iti-Semitism from Ihe depths ol
    religious and humanitarian
    i. epts
    The P-emier noted that Win-
    ston Churchill supported Zio-.ism
    ["since the beginning of the cen-
    Itury." Mrs. Beba Ide'son, act-
    ing Speaker of the Knesset, also
    eulogized Sir Winston in the
    Parliament. Kol Israel, the .iov-
    eminent operated radio, devoted
    special programs to dcoicting
    Churchill's life and friendliness
    to Jews in general and to Zion-
    ism snecifica'lv. The same tone
    was taken by the entire press in
    editorials and special articles,
    and virtually all the people of
    Israel joined in showing grief
    over Churchill's passing.
    Plans for Israel's official partici
    pation in the obsequies for Church-
    ill were heir..: made Tuesday, with
    a decision expected Wednesday.
    i nder consideration was an Is-
    raeli delegation to consist ol Pres
    dent Zalman Shazar; former Pre-
    mier David Ben-Gurion; and two
    leputj directors >i the Foreign
    Continur-d on Paqe 6-A
    BONN(JTA)A bill introduced
    in West Germany's Parliament
    this week would extend for 10
    yean the effective date ol the sta-
    tute of limitations on prosecutions
    .of Nazi war criminals for murder
    The bill was presented by Krnst
    Bcnda. a member ol Chancellor
    Ludwig Erhard's Christian Demo-
    cratic Party.
    In a related development. Stale
    Secretary Cunther von ilase. the
    West German Government spokes-
    man told a press conference that
    the question on whether to extend
    the statute would be decided on
    early in March. He made the state
    ment in declaring that the refusal
    bj the Bonn Government to accept
    Mrs. Ilalprin
    Tasks Before
    a s.>\iet message on Nazi war
    criminals did not mean that the
    federal government would reject
    evidence on such crimes from the
    Soviet Union.
    The Soviet message, he de-
    clared, sent in reply to the West
    German appeal last year for in-
    formation about such criminals,
    had been refused because its
    tone was considered offensive.
    West Germany issued the appeal
    to all governments in connection
    with its decision against exten-
    sion of the deadline for prosecu-
    tion of Nazi criminals.
    The Soviet message called the
    Continued on Page 15-A
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    Zionism
    port, bin I understand the L'ni
    Slates has been consulted." he
    plied.
    'The whole program is finar:
    ed by West Germany but s
    other European countries *'-
    involved in the purchase and
    shipping arrangements, includ-
    ing Scandinavian c o u nt r i e > ,
    Switzerland and Spain."
    The New York Times carrie*
    corroborating story from Bo n.
    giving additional details, and in
    Paris, the newspaper Prance Soit
    apparently accepted the report is
    factual. It suggested editoria
    that the West German act may
    have stemmed from popular p i
    test arising from the decision
    against extending the effective
    date of the statute ol limitation?
    Continued on Page 13-A
    NEW VORK(JTA1Emphasiz-
    ing that Ihe World Zionist Con
    jress, which took place this month
    in Jerusalem, was the first Con-
    ress "to squarely face the prob-
    lem- oi the Diaspora on a priority
    basis," Mrs Hose Ilalprin. chair-
    man of ihe American section of
    the Jewish Agency told a press
    conference this week that upon the
    Zionist movement in this country
    depends the character and import
    ante of the
    the world.
    Zionist movement in
    LEBANON PAWN IN JORDAN RIVER CONTROVERSY
    Fight Looming for Water?
    TEL AVIVtJTAVPremier Levi | "onfidence that the heroic, though
    fcshkol. reviewing an infantry bri- brief historj ol the brigade was
    [cade warned Sunday that Israel an assurance of Us efficiency for
    Knight be laced with, a serious| my emergency. The brigade was
    htruggle possibly arising from "en-j formed after Israels War ol In
    [croa. hnient of our sovereignty" or! lepcndcnce
    efforts "endangering our water re Meanwhile. Israel warned l.oh
    sources which give life to our inon thai, by agreeing to act as
    land" Toe Premier watched the pawn" for Egypt In the project
    rises ol the Golanl brigade '<> divert the headwaters ol th.
    [for an entire day He expressed Jordan River, it ma> lace "the
    I angers of punitive action by the
    injured parly "
    The warning was voiced by
    Shimon Peres, Israel's Deputy
    Minister of Defense. He dis-
    cussed the re?orts from Beirut
    that Lebanon has finally decided
    to build a pumping station at the
    source of t!ie Wazzani Springs,
    diverting those waters into the
    Continued on Page 3-A
    Reporting on the Congress winch
    She attended, -he said. We. ill
    this country must recognize this
    fact, and act accordingly. We must
    build realistically from what we
    lii.ve This is the hard way: there
    are no easj panaceas This is a
    challenge to the American Zionist
    Council, which represents all as
    p. el ol the movement in the Uni-
    ted States." She stressed that Ihe
    American Zionist Council has three
    immediate tasks
    "1. It must give at least ade-
    quate minimal support to its
    own machinery. The test of the
    sincerity of its components will
    be their recognition of the valid-
    ity of the Council and their sup-
    port of it.
    '2. The Council must provide its
    leadership throughout the countrj
    with the information and resource
    material necessary for them to
    participate fully in their respon-
    sibilities as Zionists in the Coun-
    cils of their communitiesin com
    Continued on Page 11-A
    Rocket Men
    Add to Unit
    In Egypt
    LONDON(JTA)West German
    scientists and technicians working
    in Egypt on advanced weapons
    systems for the Nasser regime,
    who left Egypt at the end ol 1!'>1
    when their contracts expired, have
    been replaced bj a larger num-
    ber oi new German experts, it w as
    reported here this week from
    Cairo
    There had been reports last tall
    that alum; 125 ol the 500 scientists,
    ngineers and technicians p anned
    to leave EgJ |>t at the vn,\ oi 19M
    to take better pa) ing jobs in Wesl
    Germany. The activities ol the
    West German rocket and aircraft
    scientist.- have evoked -harp and
    !..ited criticism from Israels
    Government and from a wide va-
    riety oi Jewish and mm -Jewish or-
    ga izations
    Informed sources reported that
    more than 120 German techni-
    Continued on Page 2-A
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    Vice President Humphrey Will Speak
    Joseph Cohen, president of the
    federal Packing Company, and ae
    live leader in the Jewish affairs
    ol Greater Miami, has been deals
    nated by the Jewish Theoioi
    Seminary of America to receive
    the seminary's coveted National
    Communitj Service Award in Klor-
    Hi.t nexl month, it was announced
    By Dr. Louis Finkelstetn, chancel-
    lot of the Seminary.
    The award i- a bronze plaque
    conferred each year by the Semi-
    nary upon a limited number oi
    (omnumal leaders whose 'distinc
    live and continuing service to the
    community at large perpetuates
    the Jewish tradition Ol involve
    ment in, and concern tor. the well
    being of all men.''
    Presentation of the plaque will
    ke mad* at the Seminary's sixth
    annual convocation dinner at the
    Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood on
    Wednesday, Feb. 2-i. The dinner
    will follow a special afternoon
    convocation at Temple Emanu-
    El, where the Seminary will con-
    fer the honorary degree of Doc-
    tor of Laws upon Vice President
    Hubert H. Humphrey and the
    Herbert H. Lehman Medal upon
    Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff. Vice
    President Huriphrey will be the
    principal speaker at tiie dinner.
    '1 h citation, which will accom
    th- honorarj degree for Vice
    enl Humphrey, lauds his
    i ,. n for ice among peo-
    les" and his "conviction that
    n ei i ...i life should embodj the
    . ti is 'i B blical pro-
    pcy i rning the pursuit ol
    conomic stice and peace among
    men."
    Gen Sarnoff's av ard is in recog-
    tion of h i "long years of serv-
    , to ration and civiliaation" and
    'perceptive understanding which
    onceived the human meaning of
    t< c hnological science."
    Cohen is presidert of the Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education, a vice
    president of Temple Emanu-EI
    and a member of the Board of
    Governors of Congregation Beth
    Jacob.
    \n active participant in causes
    thai enhance Jewish learning, he
    i a life member of Brandeis I'ni-
    More Scientists in Egypt
    Continued from Page 1-A
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    Ihe West German experts came ;<>
    ,: roup from Stuttgart this month.
    Aircralt officials in .Munich were
    reported this week to have con-
    ed thai about 60 West German
    aircraft technicians arrived in
    Eg7f*1 recently to work on Presi
    'lent Naaaer'i racket program, it
    was reported that the technicians
    went to F.'^\pt despite American
    eflort.- to prevent their departure.
    I The Messerschmidt Boelkow and
    Siebe! aircraft firms in West Ger-
    many reportedly have Intensified
    efforts to prevent technicians from
    accepting assignments in Egypt.
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    y Miop Carroll Storer. Lipton to Receive
    CCJ Awards Here Brotherhood Week
    m
    nt leadjB in civic, business and
    '""liiou8 aft '"',
    Uhest feVto'- of the National Con-
    % rence of <"hri-ti;in> and .lens on
    ij-b/^^fcen NfC.l Inur.chcs the
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    ,ii'; JJttftph M I.ipton. president
    Dade-ife'l I s ., | ., i .. i
    -socfllll: and (leor^e I! StOWr
    ui.i-mamt '''
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    or Jordan Water
    Continued from Page 1-A
    .itenl River, and thus ree'ucityj
    h RWw of water into the Jordan
    In s relations with Israel
    J.'^HVi relatively tranquil. The
    lazzani d i
    Iken pitler Egyptian pressure.1
    [ Lebanon in the position
    kg on the danger of be
    party to a conflict not oi
    k cf. nr.'.' Peres said
    the tact that the Litani
    - iver wai- i I low ,-.'' i"'.'"
    io Moaft rranetn Sea. Mr Peres
    iid: "Thi> 1 n>je t. I. -. ei anil
    -raal m< inifai-d > Nasser.
    . devoid "' '"'
    KilSOev said,
    lias-no i"' i a-in : that
    .-longito '.: I i' from
    leirut re. 'I .' has
    skeeVite I'--Lament '' -rant the
    lovernni' ::.".. <\.w>\
    clj>> fro t.on-l i i;..i:<-< Arab
    :n* i' ". W .; project
    -muld re- i n u a h Israel
    BETH DIN OFFICE
    MiBI DR. TIBOS H. STERN
    ISlRWoshinqton Ave., Miami Bch
    Jf 1-1969 534-0271
    silver Medallion Brotherhood
    Vward at the 13th annual Brother-
    hood Dmncr of the I"' r da Region
    of the NCCJ at Ihe Fontainebleau
    Hotel
    Their selection was announced
    latt Tuesday at a meeting of the
    Die-er Committee at the Du-
    pont Plaza Hotel by William C.
    Gaither, chairman of the
    Awards Committee of NCCJ,
    and John R. Ring, dinner chair-
    man.
    The awards will he presented
    > Gaither at the SlOO-a-pIate
    ilack tie .unition which this year
    will mark the national kickofi of
    the :inth anniversary of Brother-
    hood Week, scheduled Fcb'. 2\
    through 28.
    On hand to deliver Ihe principal
    address will be the national pres
    tdent "i NCCJ, Dr. Lewis Webster
    Jones
    Bishop Carroll, Lipton and Stor
    er will be cited for "outstsndrng
    contributions to good human rela-
    tions." Ring said.
    Since his arpi o 'mem by Pope
    Pius \ll a the first Bishop ol Mi
    ami in l!).i8. Bishop Carroll has led
    in establishing a good community
    relations climate which lias won
    national attention
    He was named as the first chair
    man i t the Metropolitan Dadc
    County c ii in in u n 11 v Relations
    Hoard, a position which he still
    holds. Bishop Carroll also took
    he lead in securing passage of
    the county ordinance establishing
    he board
    Soon after his arrival In Miami.
    ill Catholic high schools and ele
    mentary schools were desegre-
    gated,
    JOSEPH UPTON
    BISHOP COltMAN CARROLL
    Of special significance in his
    tenure, which has seen the Cath-
    olic population of the Diocese of
    Miami rise to 500,000, was tho
    founding of tho Centro Hispano
    Catolico to take care of the
    larqe Spanish-soeaking popula-
    tion in the area as the first Cu-
    ban refugees arrived. Since then,
    the Spanish Center has aided
    more than 20,000 refugees in
    various needs.
    Following Bishop Carroll's at-
    tendance at the second session of
    the Vatican Ecumenical Council.
    he exercised Strong leadcr-h.; in
    developing the process ol ecumen
    ical dialogue in South Florida
    I.ipton. recently rcclocted pres-
    ident cf Temple Emanu-EI m Mi-
    ami Beach, is a former campaign
    chairman of the Hade County Red
    i peas and of the Combined Jewish
    Appeal He is patron Ol the Dade
    County Outstanding Citizens
    Award for B'nai B'rith and serves
    on the Citizens' Committee ol the
    University of Miami.
    Since his arrival in Miami in
    925. I.ipton has been active in
    i onrmunit) and business life He
    s a pMl president of the Florida
    Savings and lean League and a
    rustee ol Mt Sfmi Hospital Lip
    on has been a m e m b e r ol the
    Board ol Govi rnors and of the
    executive Committee of the Great-
    r Miami Jewish Federation -inc.
    Is inception
    Storer, president of the Miami
    Heart Institute, also is a mem-
    ber of the board of St. Francis
    Hospital and a supporter of Mt.
    Sinai Hospital. An active mem-
    ber of the Orange Bowl Commit-
    tee, he was selected for member-
    ship in Alpha De'ta Siqma, pro-
    fessional advertising fraternity.
    Storer has been active in the
    development of the Church i > f;
    Sea in Bal Harbour, and is a
    strong supporter of such institu-
    tions as the American Heritage
    Foundation, the Boys' Club of
    America, Crippled Children's So-
    ciety, and established the George
    B Storer Foundation for the Mi-
    ami Hearing Society In 1955.
    Dr. Dauer Will
    Speak Wednesday
    A distinguished scientist who
    . a part of the famed Manhattan
    Project Will -peak at a Temple '/.
    mora cultural evening on Wednes-
    B)
    Dr Maxwell Dauer. professor of
    radiation physics at the Univer-
    ol Miami Medical School, will
    , iddress member- and friends of
    Temple Zamora at the Temple So-
    cial Hall at 8 p.m.. as the first
    -t lecturer of the series.
    Title of Dr. Dauer's talk is "Fac-
    ing the Newest Frontier in Nuclear
    Energy in Israel and the United
    State- '
    Rabbi Hershel Brooks spiritual
    leader of the Temple, announced
    Dr Dauer's appearance.
    Dr Dauer currently serves as
    radiation phy-ui-t with the Dl
    rartment of Radiology, Jackson
    Memorial Hospital
    \ native of Bayonne. \ .1 he
    received the- ma degree at New
    York University, a law degree at
    eor Washington University,
    and his PhD at the University of
    Chicago.
    lie was one of the select lew to
    receive indoctrination in atoi
    energy with the Manhattan Project
    iaration for Operation Cross
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    Vol jme 39 26 Friday. Shevat 5725 January 29. 1965 Number 5
    Sir Winston's Works
    Are His Monument
    The courageous war leader, who
    heady being called the grea'est
    of the century, died Sunday. It
    1 be difficult to envision a world
    houl Six WinUon Churchill, not
    -use his life and works extended
    tc ninety years, but because the
    hat he did has few peers.
    Long after Sir Winston's "blood,
    eat and tears" pronouncement
    alien into its proper historical
    spective, the massive bulk of his
    .:ties and the profound effect
    . have had on men everywhere
    still remain a monument to him.
    We join m mourning his loss.
    dful in these columns of 'he re-
    it honor conferred upon Sir Win-
    ton by the Zionist Organization in
    York, which the British leader's
    Randolph Churchill, accepted
    his lather's behalf.
    With specific regard to Zionism
    : the State of Israel, Sir Winston's
    itr:bution will for a long 'ime be
    sentimentalized in light of his gen-
    eral contributions to world affairs.
    S.r Winston, himself, delighted in recalling that
    1 personally have always been a Zionist."
    Afsr World War I. in 1921. Churchill de-
    livered an address on Mt. Scopus, first site ol
    the Hebrew University, where he declared:
    'y heart has throbbed with Zionism for many
    years."
    But n would also be unrealistic to forget
    his helping to bring Transjordan into being as
    a means of limiting the Zionist dream he ap-
    parently supported years before its fulfillment.
    This is said less in rancor than to be spe-
    i .'.c with regard to the facts of history some-
    tning Sir Winston, himself, would surely under-
    stand. There >s no doubt of his positive state-
    ments concerning the creating of a Jewish na-
    tional homeland in Pales'ine at a time when
    they were telling and meaningful. Sentiment
    >uld not, however, be permitted to gild the
    Nevertheless, the great war leader is gone
    v Statesman, historian, artist, philospher
    Wins'on Churchill was all these things. He
    ' only wrote history; he made it.
    Aged Home's Achievement
    The Jewish Home for the Aged this Sun-
    : y takes another important f.tep forward with
    dedication of its new synagogue and health
    ler.l See Paqesl-4-C.'
    Throughout 'he years of its existence and
    to the Greater Miami Jewish commun-
    the Home has scored admirable accomp-
    merits m the field of care for the institu
    t.onahzed aged.
    Douglas Gardens today is a model boast-
    ; national recognition for these achieve-
    its. In addi'ion to the pioneering facilities
    it has planned and erected to house residents.
    the Home is also a geriatric research center.
    with university affiliations in the field.
    Many South Florida residents have con
    uted their time and means *o the progress of
    the Jewish Home for the Aged here. They, and
    the community at large, can take particular
    pleasure in the double dedication Sunday dur-
    ing the Home's 19th annual meeting.
    no real rapprochment between the two coun-
    tries. Particularly. Bonn has thus far failed to
    exchange ambassadors and, as Prime Minister
    Levi Eshkol told the German people on a tele-
    vision program last week, this most important
    of all moves must be initiated by them as a
    moral obligation.
    More, German scientists are currently
    working in Egypt on a variety of missile and
    nuclear energy projects, all of them basically-
    designed to give Gamal Abdel Nasser the mil-
    itary edge he has been seekinq. finally to keep
    his promise and sweep Israel into the sea.
    How can it possibly be that Bonn is now
    seriously considering an S80 million arms deal
    with the State of Israel? The report certain-
    ly comes from a reliable source CBS Corres-
    pondent Daniel Schorr.
    It can hardly be 'hat the West German
    Government is taking into careful considera-
    tion the many warninqs that knuckling undei
    to Arab pressure brings nothing but trouble
    If the CBS report is correct, there is more
    to this than meets the first glance; and clearly
    it will be undentood only as further events in
    the near fu'ure unfold to make it fit into West
    Germany's general foreign policy in the Mid-
    dle East, particularly relating to the Arab lands.
    Doesn't Square With Facts
    The report tha* West Germany is prepar-
    ing to supply Israel with some $80 million in
    more than an unexpected one; it does
    square with the direction the Bonn Govern-
    :.t has been taking in its Middle East policy.
    After all of tlu I and despi'e V
    Germany's scrupulous fulfillment of the S822
    ion reparations thor* lias been
    Assuring Latin Democracy
    World Jewish Congress officials are aaai:;
    warning us about the possible increase of anti-
    Semitism in Latin America. This is a long-
    standing danger there.
    Many Jewish organizations have sent rep-
    resentatives to our neighbors in the south to
    exchange views with heads of state. They
    have been cordially received and assured.
    Nevertheless, the World Jewish Congress
    warning remains a significant one.
    Apart from general assimilationist ten
    dencies and the lack of intensive Jewish cul-
    tural activity, factors which exist even in our
    own country to the degree that we talk about
    the "vanishing American Jew," the WJC con-
    cern is the problems resulting from repeated
    political upheavals in Latin America.
    In *he wake of the chaos they create, anti-
    Semitism may run rife
    The WJC warning should serve to remind
    us that more than cordial meetings wi'h Latin
    leaders are needed in order to stem the tide:
    that we must work toward greater political
    social and economic stability in South America
    as a means of assuring 'he democratic future
    there. Only in such an atmosphere, as our
    history has always demonstrated, can Jews
    und Jewish tradition best survive.
    Fttdr
    Arab Boycott Seen J
    \s Complete Fiction'*^
    !
    By N. C. BELTH
    Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'ritti
    THE ARAB ECONOMIC boycott against Israel has dwindled j
    little more than a publicity campaign so ineffectual thai j
    threats are being ignored by leading American and Fur,>,.., 71
    panics, the Anti -DcfamatH n League of B'nai B'rith declared
    To support this contention. Arnold Forster. general coun<<|,
    the AIM- has made public I selective list of 70 major American hall
    nets firms currently Operating in Israel despite the threat of ~
    economic reprisals Among them are 15 of the top Cor|>nratir*r
    the United state-, including Westingbouse. IBM. rca m,
    International Paper, Republic Steel. General Tire. National CashlU
    ister. and Inland Steel 7*
    The list supplemented :i special AIM. report which ex a nutlet J
    efforts and results from 1046 to the present ol Vrab Lear,
    threats to blacklist all business organizations unwilling lermna
    commercial dealings with Israel
    Despite the failure "i the boycott, the report say; \:..hpmaj
    nda from the beginning has boasted of boycotl su< -
    abroad Appearance is more Important than fact a>
    the Arab boycotl arsenal so for strictly political r< a"
    boycotl machine tries hard to create thi myth ol v\< ^J
    fecth eness
    -!
    THI CHASl MANHATTAN BANK
    the survey WAS undertaken b) ADL in the beliel tl
    about the Arab boycotl may dispel illusions for
    eient bo) cotl machine "
    i report points out ti-...t the Arab Boycotl l
    make- threats even when it knows such sanctions cam i
    for the benefit merelj ol thi resulting publicit) and proi
    \- an illustration ol such a threat the ADL citea thi
    Chase Manhattan Bank
    The Bank, a major financial agenl for Israel Bonds
    was warned last Julj that all Arab countries' .
    Chase Manhattan would be terminated unless it ceas< :
    with Israel The Bank nevertheless continued business
    Israel and the Arabs Earl) this month an Aral) spok -
    the ultimatum had been "suspended" because the Bank
    uith Israel were of "a purely banking nature
    Listing other instances of boycott failure, the report si
    An Arab pledge of retaliation against prospective exl
    thi 18B4 Tel Aviv International Trade Fair did not prevent II
    In in drawing $140.000.(HH> in new trade for Israel
    Some eighty international banks, including Barclay's ol 1
    don. are doing a "thriving business" with Israel while contll
    hampered their business with Arab countries
    Major insurance companies, including Lloyd's of Lou
    doing the same.
    ill
    Leading international airline- Including the top tour, havi 'l*|, Al
    only maintained but Increased then services to Israel without ar.>
    elicit on their trade with Arab lands
    KtCKtTTINC THI DICISI0N
    AS AN EXAMPLE ol "submission" to boycotl threat-, tin
    ** describes the experience ol the Renault Automobile Con.;
    France.
    The company, "having yielded to Arab dictates m 1953. n
    "came to regret its decision It did not gain the hoped for n<
    lie-.- within the Arab orbit but instead injured its most im| '
    foreign market, the United States
    The Arab boycott operates under the control of the Cei
    fice for the Boycott of Israel, a non-governmental organizai
    sponsible to the Economic Council of Ihe Arab League Althi
    central office is located m Damascus, regional boycotl com
    exist in all Arab countries under actual orders of each natioi
    ei nment
    The committees make recommendations for boycotl but i
    the various governments to implement them
    The majot detect of ilu- system no real coordination b<
    the various offices and governments i- offset b) psychol<
    \ antages, the report points out
    IMPRtSSION Of CONClNTRATtD ATTACK
    if for example, an American industrialist receh
    ening lettei from Ihe Centi b Boycott Office, ai I
    a few weeks gets similar letter- hot, local committees in Ale:
    Kuwait, or Beirut, Ihe duplication serves I Ihe impi
    concentrated attai k
    'Ihere are linn document* involved in the operation ol I
    , in
    1 A required affidavit from firms starting business
    Arab states affirming that the companj i- not practicing anj
    >Ie offense."
    2 A required certificate-ol origin ol goods shipped lo Arab si
    ling thai none ol Ihe components or material.- originate in I i
    A letter sent by the central or regional boycotl offici l
    suspected ol "assistini Israel econom) listing suspected t
    ins of boycotl rules and Including the threat oi Arab blacklist!
    Among the 18 "offenses" thai will put firms on the Arab bo>
    ci tl blacklist are investment in another already blacklisted compan)
    use of a six-pointed star as a trademark; and producing or selling
    lion pictures "in which appear actors who have exprei
    ..clue Sympathy for Israel."
    Arab boycott official! resell to many subterfuges to ptlbUciZi
    the effectiveness of their blacklist. ADL charges
    They will announce that the) have taken a firm off the blacklist
    Inch has never been on it. or they will write to a compan> that h:i-
    nevcr invested in Israel and is not contemplating such action Wh
    the company writes back to that effect, the reply is released to thi
    press to demonstrate that still another firm has been stopped from I
    sting with Israel "
    Recently, too. according to the ADL report, the Arab Central
    cotl office bad announced thai 43 ship.- had cancelled trade w
    Israel in order to be removed from the Arab blacklist, "conveyin .
    the impression that more and more ship own.r- were turrendei
    \: ab demands This is nol the case "
    The report explains that the Arabs boycotl the shipa, not
    comi
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    0/?7" Adopts Highest Goal

    YORK legates to the 43rd annual
    ll conference of the Amer:
    \RT Federation this week ap-
    a budget of S10.458.000.
    in the organization's his-
    lor instruction in trade skills
    er 41.000 during 1965 in over
    inimical education projects
    lined by ORT in 22 countries.
    lelegates voted allocations of
    Lodge Will
    Id Reception
    IA1CD STORY PAGI 10-4
    Supreme Lodge of B'nai
    and its Greater Miami Com- !
    will hold a reception for
    members from all parts of
    ,'nited States and Canada at
    larcelona Hotel on Thursday
    iny. Feb. 4. in conjunction
    the 1!H>5 international llMUg-
    conference for Israel Bonds
    |e event will mark I! nai
    Ill's moth anniversarj oi ser
    vice i i-i -iei
    E. \iliert I',,iImI. ,1 the lld.Htl ol
    GOVe .-. Supreme Lmiye. B'nai I
    B'rith. will be ,i principal speaker
    Ho I'limmitie ol Ihe event in
    cludt in addition iii Pallot, Sam
    uel-N:elier'J. pi r.-iilt nl -elect. Men's
    Grand i.odi:e. District No 5; Sid
    ney ll ralmer. president. Florida
    Stati Federation. B'nai B'rith
    Lodges, l-'li llui wit/, president,
    Miami Beach Council, B'nai B'rith
    Lodge- and Mrs Max S Kern,
    president. Mian.i Heaeh Council.
    S*nai B'rith Chapters.
    Anum- members lion oniinittee are Gerald Sell
    wart.' ihairtnan and program CO
    ordin.itui: Bernard W. Pollen, eo
    "vCtiain: an: and Wiiliam I'.oi nsteill
    *Wil]i Cm '.. '..I'tmi A
    ^rfci'-uan. San. Goldstein, Joseph
    A. i .^i i -tin Ia\ nl KubiaMiti.
    Irvir Schatzman, Bert Shapiro
    and '' H'hael Sessm
    S3.245.000 as the American share
    of this total.
    An agreement with the Amer-
    ican Jewish Joint Distribution
    Committee, a member agency of
    'he United Jewish Appeal, provid- '
    mg for a contribution of $1,850,000
    i toward this, was ratified by the
    : neetiir,'. An additional SI.385.000
    is expected from membership in-
    come of Women's American ORT
    1 ind other affiliated groups. The
    balance of ORT financing over-
    seas is expected to be met by ORT
    organizations in other countries,
    ind by contributions from govern-
    ments and local communities ser
    , red by ORT activities.
    The delegates also gave their
    approval to a plan to double stu-
    dent enrollment in the ORT vo-
    cational and technical schools in
    Israel The present student body
    in these programs is 7,000. There
    are another 14,000 in ORT adult,
    apprenticeship and other types
    of training projects in Israel.
    The new plan will be spread over
    a five-year period. First steps
    will begin with the new school
    year this coming September.
    Cost of the program is estimated
    at $10,000,000, the major part of
    which will be contributed by the
    Israel Ministry of Education.
    The plan was described "as one
    phase of a general extension of
    all secondary education in Is-
    rael."
    Dr. William Haber. who was re-
    elected president of the organiza-
    tion, declared that "if all the other
    agencies engaged in this work will
    join in a similar effort, we can
    project that by 1970, the vocation-,
    al high school capacity of Israel;
    will begin to approach 50.000, and
    will open the way to universal ac- [
    oess to such schooling by every |
    youngster in Israel so inclined."
    He warned, however, that an ex-.
    ceptional effort would be required
    to meet the ORT financial respon-
    sibility under the plan.
    In a message to the conference.
    President Lyndon B. Johnson laud-
    ed the technical assistance efforts
    of the agency in the developing na-
    tions of Africa. "In cooperation
    with the Agency for International
    Development in the establishment
    of technical and vocational train-
    ing institutes and the training of
    indigenous instructors in the West
    African countries of Mali and
    Guinea. American ORT brings its '
    knowledge and experience to the
    efforts of our government, to as-
    1st in the development of new na-
    tions," the Presidential message
    stated.
    Veteran Zionist
    To be Heard
    Jacob C. Fishman, chairman '
    the weekly Luncheon Club nvet \
    ol the Miami Beach District
    the Zionist Organization of Am
    ICS, each Wednesday. 12:15 p .
    at the Ritz Plaza Motel, has in-
    nounced that Sidney Raymond ,
    member of the National Execut
    Council Of the ZOA. will be 1-
    ored at the next luncheon Wedi .
    day, Feb. 3.
    Raymond has been a mem be I
    the Board of Directors of the i
    ami Beach Zionist District for >
    eral years. He was a delegate .
    active committee member to ---
    era! Zionist conventions, was
    cently elected a trustee by r,+
    Southeast Region of the ZOA. I
    is active in many Israeli and d
    organizations.
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    it made a difference
    to Joseph Berg
    (rase no 1246)
    It's nol easy to start a new life of
    dignity .ind freedom ai age 80. But
    this is what Joseph Berg, age 80,
    did! I le had run out of Hope when
    Combined Jewish Appeal dollars
    found him. He needed to be filled
    into a life where he was needed.
    noi merely tolerated as elderly and,
    therefore, depleted. Joseph Berg
    was transported to Israel. He was
    retrained lor useful work that he
    could handle efficiently. He be-
    came an important pan ol the
    growth ol his new nation. He will
    use his training to make products
    which will be sold throughout the
    country. From his pay he will take
    care ol his needs and also contrib-
    ute to helping other immigrants
    share in the free life and growth
    of Israel.
    Through CJ A help, one more
    human being can look to his fu-
    ture rather than dream feebly of
    the past. Medical care, housing, vo-
    cational retraining, learning the
    language all this made the dif-
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    Irving Lehrman lor the Joseph
    Bergs, the Hanna (.olds, and lor
    the 442,000 others who arc name-
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    help.
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    It comes from people with other
    names names with human hearts
    attached.
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    it made a difference to
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    Dr. Joseph Schwartz, Israel Bond Leader,
    To Speak at Labor Zionist-Pioneer Fete
    Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, vice
    president ami executive head oi
    the State of Israel Bond Organiza
    lion, who has been a key figure
    during the past two decades in
    shaping and directing a massive
    program of rescue, relief and mi-
    gration o! large numbers of Jews
    i verseas in the most crucial period
    in modern Jewish history, will be
    guest speaker.at the Labor Zionisl
    and Pioneer Women's Dinner of
    Tribute on Wednesday, Feb. 17. at
    the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    The dinner will be held in con
    junction with the Israel Bond in
    let national inaugural conference
    Mr and .Mr- Abram Fox. well-
    known both locally and in Israel
    for their many years of service on
    behalf of the upbuilding of the
    State of Israel, will be recipients
    of the Israel Award of Honor at
    the dinner.
    Israeli entertainment will be
    provided by the Ayalons. famous
    quartet oi comics, who will sing
    .'nd dance
    Heading the Dinner Committee
    is Or. Simon Wilensky, with Or
    Isaac Untorman as honorary
    chairman. Serving with them as
    dinner vice chairmen are Mrs.
    Milton Green, Mayshie Fried
    berg, Irving Sachs and Joseph
    P. Zuckerman.
    In preparation lor the dinner,
    members of the Host Committee
    were to gather at a reception on
    Wednesday evening at the Fon-
    tainebleau to coordinate and com
    plete plans. Coordinators for the
    dinner are the presidents of each
    of the Pioneer Women's chapters
    and Labor Zionist branches.
    Heading the Host Committee are
    Israel Bond chairmen of all chap-
    ters and branches as follows
    Eshkol Eulogy
    For Churchill
    Continued from Page 1-A
    Ministry, Gen. Y. Herzog and E.
    Avriel.
    Bar 11.in University, at Ramat
    Can, repeated an announcement
    made recently that it will establish
    a Churchill Chair in International
    Relations. The decision fur the
    establishment ol thai facultj was
    taken by the universitj alter it
    received authorization from
    Sir Winston to use his name for
    the new Chair Funds for that
    faculty will be contributed by the
    Briti-h Friends ol Bar-Han Uni-
    versity
    Fur Pioneer Women, lira. Harry
    Qiaet, Beta Ideison Chanter; Mrs.
    Nathan Bookspan. CluYi No! Sonia Plo'.km. Coral Gables Chap-
    ter, and Mr- Harris Boeman, Tik-
    \ah Chapter For the Labor Zionist
    Organization of America. Mrs. E\a
    K.hp and Mr Abe Fraidlm. Ben-
    Gurion Branch. Farband; Mayshie
    Fneilberg. llialik Branch; Mrs.
    A b r a h a m \\ arsbaw. Lebediker
    Branch: Irving Sachs, C h a i m
    Weizmann, Branch; and Mrs. Jan-
    Die Seitlin. Poalt Zion.
    Participation of Dr Schwartz
    ..ill give national scope to the din-
    ner Prior to assuming leadership
    of the Israel Bond Organization on
    Ma) IS, 1955. Dr. Schwartz served
    M Executive vice chairman ol the
    I sited Jewish Appeal for four and
    a half years. From 1938 to the end
    oi IMA, he was head of European
    relief and rehabilitation programs
    for the American Jewish Joint Dis-
    tribution Committee.
    During the period of yravest
    danger and greatest need for the
    Jews of Europe, Dr. Schwartz, as
    director general of the .IDC. su-
    pervised urgent relief and welfare
    program* in 30 countries involving
    tore than l.OOO.OOO people. In the
    course of 12 years overseas, he'
    personally conferred with the
    head.- of virtually} ewerj country
    in Europe, and with leading states-
    men ol the Middle East and North
    Africa.
    With the approval of the Uni-
    ted States War Refugee Board at
    the he:ihf of World War II, he
    negotiated successfully through
    neutral emissaries for the res-
    cue of tens of thousands of Jews
    from Nazi Germany an^ occu-
    pied Europe.
    After the war. Dr Schwartz, as
    the overseas chief of the JDC. di-
    rected the transfer to Israel of
    more than 500.000 Jews from dis-
    tressed areas in Europe. North
    Africa, and the Middle East. At
    the same time, he helped more
    than 100.000 Jewish displaced per-
    son- emigrate t the United states,
    Canada and Latin America.
    For his work on behalf of refu
    I'r Schwartz was awarded
    the Legion of Honor of Fiance and
    was decorated by Poland and Hun-
    In 1964, the State of Israel hon-
    ored Dr Schwartz for his role dur-
    ing 'he period oi '"illegal" immi-
    gration into Palestine, presenting
    him with the Illegal Immigration
    Year Silver Medallion. In the same
    year, he al>o received the Scopus
    tward of the Hebrew University.
    Foremost leaders of the Labor Zionist move-
    ment in Greater Miami met last week to com-
    ple' plans lor the Labor Zionist Organization
    of America and Pioneer Women Dinner of
    Tribute to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
    on Wednesday. Feb. 17. in conjunction with
    the Israel Bond international inauqural con-
    ference. Honored will be Mr. and Mrs. Abram
    Fox. well-known civic, philanthropic and La-
    bor Zionist leaders. Above (from lett) are May-
    shie Friedberg, dinner vice chairman; ft
    mon Wilensky. dinner chairman; Dr. bar/
    terman, honorary chairman; Mrs. V
    Green, president of the Grea'er Micm; ^
    cil. Pioneer Women, and dinner vice j
    man; and Joseph P. Zuckerman. pres.c?
    the Lebediker Branch. Farband and :
    vice chairman. Not shown is dinne: via
    man. Irving Sachs.
    Beersheba Mayor is Miami Visitor for Medical Servic
    The mayor of Beersheba. Israel,
    va.- a guest at the Dil.ido Hotel
    this week as he met with leaders
    of the Greater Miami Council for
    Medical Services In Israel.
    Htyor Eliahu Navi addressed a
    meeting at the home of Habbi and
    Mrs. Leon Kronish on Tuesday
    night attended by officials of the
    group now equipping the recently-
    constructed Greater Miami Medi
    ; cal Center at Beersheba
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    N An 1st fhrHUr
    Friday, January 29, i*
    Churchill Was Linked to Zionist Dream
    both th, ^
    Continued from Page 1 A
    ' t, he met with Or. Chain*
    eiimann, the leader of the
    M orld Zionist movement and
    cne of the world's outstanding
    -- icmists Backed by David Lloyd
    Ceorge, who was then Britain's
    *.'inister of Munitions, Churchill
    itrusted to Dr. Weizmann the
    :evelopment of acetone on a
    '; rge scacle needed for the Al-
    ed war effort. Dr. Weizmann s
    ccess in developing this im-
    ; jitant material led to his entry
    ' to the highest British govern-
    mental circles and ultimately to
    e pronouncement of the histor-
    : Balfour Declaration.
    i- Colonial Secretary, Churchill
    .ned Sir Herbert Samuel as the
    -i High Commissioner for the
    } lestine Mandate Alter World
    .. ir I. in 1921, Churchill delivered
    address on .Mount Scopus, first
    v of the Hebrew Universitj cam.
    - n Jerusalem, declaring "My
    art has throbbed with Zionism
    inan\ years
    Durins the darkest days of the
    Nazi era. even before Hitler un-
    leashed his war on the democratic
    'world, Churchill missed no occa
    sion to strongly condemn Nazi bru-
    talities against Jews and the Nazi
    and anti-Semitic propaganda Dur-
    ing World War II he stood up
    against tne opposition of members
    of the British Government to give
    the Jew a role in the actual light
    ing against Hitler and as Prime
    Minister and Allied war leader,
    lecided in 1944, to establish a
    Jewish Brigade as part "f the Brit
    ish military forces
    The Brigade was established and
    contributed gloriously to the de-
    feat Oi the Nazi army Only the un-
    challenged authority of Churchill
    could have broken down the re-
    sistance to the establishment of
    B Jewish Brigade displayed by the
    majority of the British Cabinet.
    Members of the Brigade were
    among the first to enter the con-
    quered Nazi Germany and to lib-
    erate Jews from Nazi camps. They
    also formed the basis ot the Israeli
    Army when Israel was proclaimed
    an independent state.
    After World War II, when the
    British people voted the Church-
    ill Government out of office, and
    Clement Attlee became Prime
    Minister while Ernest Bevin took
    over as Foreign Minister, Church-
    ill's voice was one of the major
    factors in the House of Com-
    mons to plead, urge and demand
    justice to the Jewish cause in
    Palestine.
    it was Churchill who first men
    tioned the possible withdrawal ol
    Britain from Palestine He told
    Parliament "It we cannot fulfill
    our promises to the Zionist-, we
    should, without delay, place the
    Palestine Mandate at the feet of
    the United Nations and give notice
    ol our impending evacuation.-'
    later, in 1947, he warned again
    that "we are lighting the Jews (in
    Palestine) in order to give the
    country to the Arabs"
    After Israel had been establish-
    ed in 1!4,S. Churchill described the
    rebirth of the Jewish State as an
    outstanding event in world histon.
    upbraided the Labor Government
    for it- "sulk) boycott" Ol Israel.
    demanded urgently that a British
    representative be sent to Israel
    "immediateb summing up the
    lewish achievements in Palestine.
    he told Parliament "The Jews
    have driven out the Arabs from a
    larger area than contemplated un-
    ler the (United Nation-' partition
    decision Ihej have established a
    Governmenl which functions effi
    e tlj. the? have a victorious
    army at their disposal; and the)
    have the support of
    bats and the United States
    Still later, in 1949
    took the lead in
    ChtatH
    reusing t
    ign Minister Bevin of ",,
    dice" against the Jtws in p,:*
    tine. "The Foreign Seer.,,*-
    he thundered in the Hen*,,
    Commons, "was wrong in tlctv
    wrong in methods, wrong j ,t
    suits. We have lost the friend*.
    of the Palestine Jew, f,r ^
    time being." He insisted that |,
    I, as well as the Arabs, mw
    given access to the ships,,.
    lanes in the Gulf of Akabj. '
    In answer to a i:..... ,
    accusing the Palestinian .!
    "mvading" Egypt. Churchil
    that Egypt invaded Israi
    charged Bevin with n
    into "a mocker)
    i 'v er and over .i -
    manded in Parliament thai
    be recognizeil b)
    an aim finally achieved
    rae
    be
    Stronger Action Urged
    Against Latin Prejudice
    ,EW YORK - more rigorous action ag;
    li-Sen itic elements in Latin
    erica was voiced thi- week by
    arc Turkow the executive di
    loi oi the World Jewish Con-
    ess >c uth American Executive,
    a nn- the kmerican Sec
    - n i the World Jewish Congress
    e Mi 'I in kow is m a \ isit t"
    I rim : Stat Canad*
    i hi WJi Latin American ex
    then was anti.-' mitism
    in man) Latin American conn
    tries, but he did not believe that
    this was the main danger to Jews.
    There were other factorsthe prob-
    lems stemming from the upheav-
    als in the political and social life
    of many Latin American countries;
    the potential danger from the a-
    similationisl tendency among
    Jewish cultural activit)
    Mr. Turkow stated, however,
    that the greater danger to the
    Jews in Latin America came
    from the activities of the Arab
    agents bent upon stirring up
    enmity against the Jews through-
    out Latin America. There was
    no doubt about the viewpoint of
    the various Latin American gov-
    ernments m their abhorrence of
    and opposition to anti-Semitism,
    Turkow reported, but expressed
    the belief that more rigorous
    action should be taken by gov-
    ernments to check anti-Semitic
    groups and their activities.
    Discussing the activity ol Arab
    League agents in their attempts
    to incite the Latin American mass-
    e against the Jew.-. Mr. Turkow
    said that their basic intention was
    ti strike at Israel and the Zionist
    movement, and in so doing, the)
    : i support ing \ iolent anti Sem
    ites and nti Semitic oi ganizations
    their ow n ends
    He also reported that there were
    Nazi groups in many parts of I.a
    tin America, supported politically
    financiall.v b) the Arab In-
    and propaganda machine
    /ii"j that there was no
    . r p inii hi said thai the
    Ji u- in Latin Amerii a had l
    . nd aware "f the situ
    Sossin is Speaker
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    i nthal. of Smith. Korach and As
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    Friday, January 28. 19S

    Sir Isaac Wolf son ot Great Britain Will
    Be Guest of Honor at Bond Inaugural
    Sir Isaac Wolfson. of Groat Brit-
    n. noted industrialist, financier
    id philanthropist, will be must
    honor at the 1965 international
    augural conference for Israel
    I jnds at the Vostainebleau lioiul
    urn Frida> Feb. 19. through Sim-
    y. Feb 21
    The conference will mark the
    ratal opening of the camp
    sell a minimum ol J100.0000PO
    Israel Bonds during 1965. and
    ill commemorate the 17th anni-
    rsarj of Madependence ol the
    - ate ot Israel
    Samuel Rorhberg, national
    ampaign chairman of the Uratl
    - ond Organization, is serving as
    :hairman of the conference,
    /hich is expected to attract over
    :,000 prominent men and women
    rom the United States, Canada,
    .atin America, Western Europe
    i nd Israel.
    Sir Isaac, who is chairman of
    I eat Universal Stores, Ltd., Bril
    . n's largest retail operation, plays
    . i important role in furthering the
    onomic development ol the State
    Israel He has devoted a peal
    al ot time to campaigns in vari-
    is countries of Europe, enlisting
    < participation of individuals
    id financial institutions in invest
    ent in Israel's economic growth.
    id is active in work on behalf of
    i e Israel Bond drive
    The 67 year old British financier,
    io was made a baronet in 1962.
    gcoiuv lie ha* been awarded Fel-
    lowships from the Royal Society ol
    Oreat Britain and the Weizmann
    Institute of Science in Israel.
    Presicnt of the United Syna-
    gogues ot England and honorary
    nresident of the Weixtwann Insti-
    tute of Science Foundation, Sir
    Isaac is a trustee of the Relig-
    ious Center ef Jerusalem, hon-
    orary treasurer of the Victoria
    League for Commonwealth
    Friendship, and a member of the
    Grand Council of the British
    Empire Cancer Campaign.
    Sir l>aae w ill bs honored b) the
    l-ia'l Bo d Organ;za*istl at an
    i'x'ijo'iI.iijh a Ban r laaaiim of ttae
    Kenneth Seid Named Finalist
    Kenneth A Seid. M Ol Mr. and
    rs. Irving Seid. has been named
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    tainebteau Hotel on Sunday eve- i
    nins. Feb. 21.
    As a special feature of the Israel
    Bond inaugural conference, the
    National Women's Division will
    sponsor a luncheon at the Fon-
    tainebleau on Friday. Feb. 19.
    launching its 196:. campaign. A
    highlight of the luncheon will be
    the international premiere ot the
    Givenchy Israel Fashion Collec
    tion. with Mis .Ian Peerce. chair
    man of the Women s Division, pre
    siding
    Another dinner session will be
    hold on Saturday evening. Fob.
    28, for members of the national
    Israel Bend Organization's
    the l*niversitj <>i Florida, where
    he was active as Pi Lambda rhi
    Frateri.it> secretarj co-editor ol
    .he yearbook and Public Rela-
    tions Committee chairman.
    In addition, he \\a- Florida Blue
    Key speaker. Honor Court Bureau
    speaker, a member ol Phi Kappa
    Phi, scholastic honorary. Gator
    Gras Committee, Forums Com
    mittee. Religion in Life Week Ex-
    ecutive Committee, a foreign host
    sponsor and a Dean's List student
    in the College oi Arts and Sci-
    ences.
    The Woodrow Wilson fellowship
    program provides $1,000 grants
    annually nationwide, including tu-
    ition, fees and an $1,800 stipend
    for one yeai ol graduate study
    leading to the PhD degree
    Recipients "ill be named alter
    Interviews Cor finalists in mid-
    .January
    Board of Governors and Israel
    Bond community chairmen- from
    over ISO cities throughout the
    free world.
    Israel Bond leaders who will par-
    ticipate in the conference, in addi-
    tion to Rothherg and Mrs. I'eerce.
    include Abraham PBMkWg. Pres-
    ident; Ira Cuilden. national chair-
    man. Dr Joseph J. Schwartz. vice
    president; Louis H. Boyar. national
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    Lawrence G 1 askey. chairman.
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    Morns V Berlnstota, national
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    Page 1. A.
    ischitz to be Honored at Tribute
    th Torah Congregation Saturday
    ix a Upsehitz, spiritual of Harmony Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
    o**i
    we*
    PhiV
    f Beth Torah t'ongrega-
    br honored by his con-
    at a dinner of tribute
    hay evening at Ore Deau-
    si.
    r rah, said that the dinner
    to which the entire com
    i- nulled, will be in tribute
    it Lipachitz for serving 18
    i the rabbinate, five yean
    Torah. and the awarding
    of the degree of Doctor of
    phy last June by the I'ni-
    of Wisconsin.
    lirman of the Testimonial
    littee, Howard Ralby, vice
    nt of Beth Torah, said
    "Dr. Lipschitz, together with
    Pay leadership, is respon-
    *for the rapid progress of
    Torah, which today boasts
    750 affiliated families and
    chool children."
    ^St speaker at the function
    Kabbi Moses lxlirman. ol
    Jt. Mich lathei-ill-law ol
    LipschitZ and brother of Dr
    Lchrman, spiritual leader
    of Ten pie Kmanii Kl Kabbi Lehr
    man has occupied the pulpit of
    Coogp nation B'nai Moshe in Dc-
    tragjTsiiico 1948 lie holds a Mas
    tar'4 degree and was ordained at
    the Jewish Theological Seminary
    olaVgnenca.
    f>r I ii'schitz is former score-
    tsrjr e! the Hahhmical Association.
    -etrHor ol tiie liahhinieal Cage ol
    Ae .'i wish Klondian lor the Rab-
    binical Association, vice president
    member of the South Klo.rida Coun-.
    ICil of American Jewish Uoogresi
    and chairman of its Gem mission
    on Jewish Affairs, and member of
    the Knights of Pythias.
    He is on the Rabbinic Advisory
    and Budget Committees of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    the Rabbinic Committee of Bonds
    lor Israel, and Rabbinic Advisory
    Committee ol the Hebrew Acad
    emy.
    He is honorary chaplain of Jew
    ish War Veterans and alergy chair
    man for United Nations Week
    Dr. Lipschitz attended the Jew-
    ish Theological College of Chi-
    cago and Yeshiva University in
    New York City, where he was
    ordained in 1947. Columbia Uni-
    versity awarded him the Master
    of Arts degree in 1948.
    His dissertation lor the Doctor-
    ate in the field of Semitic studies
    at the University of Wisconsin is
    now in the process of being pub-
    lished.
    Mrs. Ilalprin Reviews
    Tasks Before Zionism
    Guitarist Held Over
    Pianist-singcr-guitarist Bill white
    is holding over at the new Black
    Angus Kestaurant. .X>2 Coral Way
    A graduate ol the University ot Al-
    abama, he later played with Artie
    Shaw and his orchestra. He first
    appeared on the local scene at the
    old Club Rali on Biscayne Blvd.
    Continued from PageJ-A
    munity councils, welfare funds,
    and allocations committees. Zion-
    ists must stand up and be counted,
    not onlyy as individuals but also as
    Zionists
    "3. The Council must hammer
    out a position on Jewish education.
    f must seek the counsel "t ex
    perts. and it must evolve an edu
    cational position that will be ef-
    fective in meeting the problems
    oi assimilation that beset us, We
    must recognize that the problem
    that faces us as parents, as Jews
    and as Zionists is one of attrition
    even more than that it is of overt
    assimilation. The American Zion-
    ist Council must bring together
    the bOfs minds of American to
    work on this problem."
    Declaring she was heartened
    by the active particicpation of
    youth at the Congress, Mrs. Hal-
    prin said: "It is needless to say
    they represent our future. I'm
    happy, that we. recognize this
    truth in practice as well as in
    theory. Youth must be worked
    with, difficult as this can some.
    times be."
    But atter the 26th Zionist on-
    gress, youth will become a >art
    oi the structure oi the reorgai zed
    Zic nisi movement and the on, ess.
    f the future.
    I
    Musi Comedy
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    again being held in the Aliaza' Ho-
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    Saturday.
    Hoy Oliver will direct the -how
    and teach voice. Paula Olive I ill
    conduct the drama classes, and
    llonka Jay will be choreogra iher
    1 and dance teacher.
    FIRST TRIP TO NASSAU ?
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    +Jelstncrl Friday. Jcrnuary 29. 1965
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    *jki* HJJeehenJ
    AGUDATH ISRAEL 7S01 Carlylt Ave.
    Ortrtedea. Rabbi Isaac Ewer.
    leVaj and I p.m. ilueol aiM-nker
    al ram .- rl, s aaulISM-(t 0) 8UB-
    .s( p >;.,'. >. i... I Itsi, :.-. 1'Miil M
    (' an. publlahtr, Miami Beacti R< -
    prtei Satin a.in > rmon
    "J-Ai.ih Ideals of Judgement." Min-
    i p.m.
    ---- #----
    AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TlON. 95 SW 6?th Ave. Orthodox.
    Cantor Israel Kershner.
    ANSHE EVES. 2533 SW
    Conservative
    19th Ave.
    BETH DAVID. 262i SW 3rd Ave. Con-
    servative. Cantor William vv L p
    on.
    Prlda) '. 10 p.m. In chapel. si", p.m
    in main nanctuar>. tsvrmnn: "Thi
    l> | |ne ol LJfi Sal n das 9 a.m
    Her: n "StatutcH aft< i th< W i
    Bur Mltavah: Uarrj .,">! Harry, twin
    Mr, and Mrs. Maurtci Kaaki
    BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
    do. Rabbi Solf-ion Schitf.
    F- .1. 5 45 n.m i lui -
    .-...-. .-,.-. \ hai 'i Her-
    at* eml >.it -
    m > ia Si l-a
    .v i I'nlv<
    BE'M iSRACL. 71' *Cth St. Ortho-
    cic R.^bbi Be-ei Wem.
    ! sVl
    n v I ttrdi Bar Mils-
    lun M and Mi M
    a
    ETH JACOB. 301 3'1 Washington
    Avt. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
    ----
    BE-- KODESH 0- SW 12th Ave.
    M I ...
    CANDLEUGHTING TIME
    26 Shevat 5:42 p.m.
    i *
    i *
    la, Minn : Mi and Mi Jnw ph Mm -
    pirn. Ml p.m.

    i'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Jack Lerner.
    I ,l;,\ *:15 :''" Si mon l-onelj
    Man V-.-i.i-- Snturdaj S ;! a.m.
    IVrtlon ..i I hi Week Min-
    is p.m.
    -
    "LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg.
    I- Ida) v.'."' p.m. Strnton: "Million of
    thi Week M and Mi Sam !-- i-
    i.. rs \> ii horn thi i 'ni .: ShahKa In
    'i..ii. n I Ihelr etetlaaai unnli
    i :,\ |m ha 20 i> in

    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
    Gross.
    ... mi Sntui ila: '' .i '' U '
    |l Ml
    SRAELITE CENTER 3'75 SW 25th
    St Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. SwirsKy. C.mtcr Loins Cohen
    . n and p.m. S
    .. i :
    - Irak' will Itifl ne "i
    man 'K. ; tth from Palm-hood
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 163rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
    Cantor Mauri;* Neu.
    Krlilaj ''". : ml H 13 p m Sermon:
    i :ivi .i.ni Human lleltav to sauir-
    ,i.i\ v a.m. Sermon: "The ii,uin-
    nii'iK "i WimIiiiii. Bar Ifitavah: MIM
    Bryant, son i Mr. and Mrs. Stanli >
    Abraham Mini ha MS p.m.
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr.. So. Miami. Retoi m. Rabbi
    Herbert Bamngard.
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avt. Reform.
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    PI da s 7: i". p.m. rhlldi en'* choli v ill
    IKirtU'ipaCi Thoae celebrating birth.
    d.ns in January and February will *
    i.i. ~>. .i
    ------
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
    120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
    Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb.
    Krida> p.m. Sermon "The Jewish
    I* mi Cod, Torah, Israel." Satur-
    ditj |0:3.i n.m Si i '" n "< m Ik Inn
    Be'llaioiia ; ii.l I'lollS."
    Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.An. memlx-i* >
    y -Mill li..ii..i
    .Ni rid Mr. S:i
    I U l|.. ..!.
    iin| an
    ti .
    S.
    vi.. sri I ,:
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    it. .- thi

    BE'M MOSHE CONGREGATION.
    13630 W. DKiie Hwy. Conservative.
    Kabbl R'chird MarcoviU. Cantor
    Sr y mc r H nkes
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    BET BAPhlFL
    Orthodox. Rain
    ?a^y.

    BE"- -F-'L-iH E... d Ave Or-
    thodoa RaUCi J,5-ph E RJcioisky
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    BE"- -ORAm IMth St .i"fl SE 11th
    Ave Cenaerv I r ",.i Lip-
    si Ii. Carter Ben z on Kirschen-
    ba.-ri
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    f Mr.
    ,al ' V Ii
    -a NW Jrd Ave.
    Kiieger. sccre-
    JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE 5J2 W.ish ngton Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor M. Stem.
    I-
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    ' III
    Tin -" M
    -
    Orthodox. Rabbi Land Lenrf.eld
    Cantor Ahr.iham Sett.
    .
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    I Mil

    MIAMI BEACH ETZ C-i4'M
    ngton Av* O'lreif^n:
    Abraham Stmisfeld.
    -
    DHEV RMALOV on No.....andy Dr
    Orthodox. Rabbi Ph n
    man
    SOUTHWEST CENTER '. 811
    St Conserv.lt .r. Rj>:
    v.a'd

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    ,EPHRDiC JEWISH CENTER 645
    Collins Ave. Rev. C.irtor Sadi Nah.
    a.
    RalW
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4'44 Chase
    Ave L'berai. Rahbi Leon Kromsh.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Pi i.i..' .... 'i'ii .'
    .;,..,; I ...,i..^ ... n'H-
    - '
    lllival Mil
    i and Mr*
    Mi ind Mrs

    TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM '6800 NW
    22no Aie Conservative, Rai-bi S M
    Machtei Ca-itor Abraham Reisem.in.
    i i Ni .....tlm
    n Itis-hli llu Ti -ill la
    MIixmi h "I Mr. and
    M .
    ii
    -
    TF-/PLE FMANU-EL 1701 Washing.
    ton Ave Conservative. Raobi Irving
    Lehman c.in'ti Zvi Adler.
    \ T
    Satiinlai
    IVi I "ii "' thi
    llu M II irtl in i
    .1 vrihur I
    a -
    itvPLE ISRAEL 137 NE 19th St
    Reform Raubi Joseph R. Narot
    -
    I'.ll.le
    a
    TEMPLE JUDEA 120 P.'e.mo *ve.
    Liberal-Reform, Rabbi Morris Kip-
    per.
    \ al
    '
    a
    TEMP LI ME NORA H I ] '5th St
    Co"- I Rabl M-ayer Abi
    o*i: i ird Klein
    -
    -
    e
    TEMPLE NER TAMiD 80th St and
    Tat m Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional Rabbi Enp-ne Labovita
    Cantor Saul H. Brerh.
    SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MISHPATIM
    Moses instructs the Israelites in the Divine Law.
    \nd he took the book of the covenant, and rcaj in the
    hearing o( the people; and they said: "AU that 'he Lord
    hath spoken will we do. and obey." (Exod. 2*="\
    MISHPVriM The laws that Moses submitted to the chil-
    dren of Israel after they had heard the Ten Commandments
    dealt with the following subjects:
    The Hebrew servant, murder, filial aggression and blasphemy.
    kidnapping, criminal assault, maiming of a servant, the butting
    bull, accidents and damages, theft, property damage, watchmen,
    eduction. proscl>tcs. the orphaned and the widowed, lending and
    borrowing, the sanctification of God and man. relatiOM with the
    enemy, the Sabbatical year, the Sabbath, the three piljnm fes
    tivals. idolatry.
    This portion concludes with the renewal of the covenant
    with God. The children of Israel accepted the covenant with the
    words All that the Lord hath spoken will we do. ar. 1 obey
    (Exod. 24:7.) Moses then ascended Mount Sinai to receive the
    Tablets of the Law.
    Thi* racoonting of tha Waekly Portion o rh Law it ex-
    tracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of th Jewish
    Heritage" edited by P. WollmaivT*amir, 15 Publisher it
    Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William S New
    York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
    is Joseph Schlang.
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Day School Movement
    Should be Supported
    3. Are it> opt: .-urn and funct-
    ions economic. I ei enl'
    Hebrew Aci ci es l iroug lout
    the country an commui ty schools
    because liii j r c< nitted to
    icrve ever) segment the Jew-
    ish communitj From the grad*
    The growth "i the Day School uates of thesi Is il emerge
    movement during the last fortj the teacher.- .. bis, "saints
    years has been the most important and scholars i I ;<>i tow, the
    levelopmenl In the educational knowledgeable, the religiously*
    pattern oi our people in ihe three oriented citizi I rchologic*
    By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
    Principal Hebrew Academy
    Question: Should Jewish Feder-
    ations support Hebrew Day
    Schools?
    OF HEBREW
    12
    A Weekly Column for Beginners
    presented by
    THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
    ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
    ad the
    AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
    E4hon DR. SHLOMO KODK.SH
    A LTTTLR TC MY BROTH! R
    1 ssrole a letter lo my brother:
    'Te* brother,
    How are you? How is the family?
    Hp is your work?
    Why dcm"t you write?
    1 an waiting for a letter from you.
    With us. everythins is all right.
    We arc will and are working.
    We invite you to come to us
    tor the Passover Holiday."
    My brother received the letter.
    My brother was very pleaded
    Puffy)-
    He TOW mc :oo.
    a L..e letter in Hebrew.
    lie wrote as follows:
    for the invitation,
    but I am war} sorry,
    I cannot o l
    Shalom, and Ii
    *n k ? :?::
    :*r,n? wise T."r

    nn
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    TEMPLE OR OLOV r, rsc v.itive
    8751 SW 16th St M ami R.ihbi
    Samuel *pni finic \.co *>ldn
    -.
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    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
    12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform Rabbi
    Daniel M Lowy Cantor Chet Gale
    1; ...
    i i
    I :. Vtilzviiri I..
    VI ,n.I VI: M .. I I
    hundred years of Jewish liie in
    America Not onJj are the statis-
    pri --'VI-. show ing an in-
    en as< -ii the
    .....s
    en-
    m a
    handl I if stu
    ilr:',i~ four dec-
    - ago to more
    than sixtj (hous-
    and today, but
    mon
    i.- have
    m ii n -1 rated
    y ha\
    ilev n ed
    al instru
    mi': ivhi can
    ni, r the pla
    nee
    Slowl) but surely, they an roll-
    ing back the creeping as.....lation
    which has precipitated the "van-
    ishing Jew psychosis" and are pro
    during .i youth educated in Torah,
    f mi lit ni in Judaism, and true to
    the ile;is in American democracy
    RABBI GROSS
    i .,pr> Hoi.*E>"
    rTJWJjjrj I
    .7,30 srse? nsra ;t
    .crsip e'tt'-.? '.:r.:*
    r,rt* D*ST*3 *snjt
    ."nstrr ;rp :j?h nrs?
    swrsn rit rs;? tk
    .-na niv "r,*
    ? sr.j irn a;
    :i? ara wn
    -K3 iBWBS *:k -an
    .K'a? rs; k? -:k
    :"ns :r,: a^ =-."
    TEMPLE T.FERETH JACOB 9S' ,
    E. 4th Ave. Hialeah. Conservative.
    Ilni i;. .- :. ,|
    to vi nut Mm Tui vi,,h. i in ii. n.. I Jewish education and. in particu-
    '"I lllt-ll w.'ltlilm :i 11 r i i v. -.n \ >.it- l.- I,.,.. c,.l,,w.l ..<1t,..<>t,..., I r,
    .,1,1.,. : ..... X.-rn..... ... VW.hlv lar- "' "'> 5C"00l ettlli .itlon III
    | I'nitlmi of Hi. Law." light Of this shitl in attitude, the
    time is ripe fur our schools across
    the countrj lo seek their rightful
    share ol community funds.
    Through the centralization of
    Jewish communal life in i Feder
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
    Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks
    Cantor Ben Dlckaon.
    I : | i ..
    I'.ii-i-ii Sev i/.'. vii.Hui Symphony
    \i p,
    s.ii n.!.., r ni s. i ri ... pi
    i ,,f thi vv.. k i .., M|i bvuIi --. i n
    nl VI mi .1 Mm Ji rom.. Sim
    -------e------
    TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man.
    i in I lay M |i< ill \,|-
    Inm, ilau'.-liii nt Mi :. ml
    vi, \ -..li
    tifereth israel. ooo n. Miami nuc eiianumy conditions commun-
    Ave Consei vative. Rabbi Henry
    illy secun .' *"ho I take up
    .... responsil In j of Ii.. Ii i ship "I
    J i u ish i unity fa our i it v,
    ihroughout I 11 tioi and ovei>
    .-. i -
    \- we b< : lati
    - ol -" ii cades ul
    Daj School lift. tioi we must
    - our atti d making
    tin -e schoi i -' able.
    'Ihc i osl ol -. dui at ion
    itself is risin, Si i .....
    i >,i low in ii ..i ep le
    ii lalified per* i m 'sai j to
    ma ntain evemenl
    levt i .... i ,i hed h the
    S< hi nl studei tioi ai ni '
    raised much mi n aln i > tuitii i
    - an each ol
    innui
    thousands : enti must be
    turned avva u* L' iy St hools
    throughout the v n trj r lai k oi
    scholarship ;...- and classroom
    To whom -i.. the da sch
    t vii ii in their niomenl oi plight? l
    believe that the probk must be
    shared by the organized Jewrish
    community. Thi responsibilit) for
    maintaining these schools lies not
    With J parent whe sacrifices much
    to give his childn n thii iducation.
    A- taxes are colli cted to provide
    education for students in the pub-
    lic schools, -o must also donations
    and contributions solicited by our
    central charitj geaciefl be equally
    IStee Of communal 'hslnbutcd to'prov.dc a maximum
    funds and chaiitus. hut also the **< So* > wh" aI" "'
    trustee oi the community's con Doubt no longer exists as to the
    science Because >>f its unique vital function I (Jm D.ty School
    position of responsible leadership, vwthin the structure of Jewish
    the Jewish Federation must recog- community life I raetical action
    Recently, Jewish community
    leaders began a reevaluation of
    ation. this Bgencs has Income not
    we if
    I

    pleased
    ppy)
    lie am le
    invitation
    I air sorry
    YOIR DTC1K.NVRV I OR TODAY
    D*PDta "o-K letter
    ".1"K m> daar brother!
    -;tn in family
    rjgjjp x1" why
    I am waiting
    arown hUS
    'i'i'^' cveryiln'ng is
    MB -:k all nght
    aroo
    jrra
    nca ^an
    Wernick.
    I Idav s .;,, |, ni S....... I io -
    vi.i,....-., ,. s
    i Mi, | | ,
    mm I
    f Hi. vv. 1, "
    YOUNG iSHAi L
    Orthodow. Rnuhi
    990 NE 171st St
    Sherwin Mauber.
    al needs in terms ol survival, and
    must be aware of the varying
    ideologies and divergent philoso
    pines
    The American Jewish commun-
    itj is ihe sum total ol all its manj
    segments and factions and, at
    must follow aik; inelit ul
    this fact
    Rev. Gibson
    At Beach Y'
    T'
    i '..
    1 .'.r of fes
    I
    DR MAX I IPSCHITZ
    !'. T. j'i
    \f aim
    Beach.
    "Image ol thi iti i < !1 :n
    Buch, Federation attitudes toward the Eyes of the N the third
    the
    be
    upporl ol anj project
    ,... ed bj an objective
    evaluation based on the folio
    l Does the project, movi nt nl
    or service satisfj a need fell bj
    a significant si gment ol the com
    munit) ?
    2. Docs it further Jewish life
    11
    in a >ei i< Ijr duous
    I lanned for i < i ru< *day,
    m al ih( Mil i YMHA,
    1536 Hay Rd.
    .Mrs. Saul M id Mr- s
    Stern, eo i tor the di
    ounced tha
    Rev Theodore il -on rector of
    the Christ l ; I Church and
    and Jewish values, regardless ol active leadi Negro com-
    Weoli munity, will b< leiker.


    29. 1965
    + Unisfi Ibrili ir
    Paqe 13- A
    OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
    ibbi Sa
    i
    |UI'
    hi Samuel Jaffe
    [ollywood Beth El
    Z. Jaffe is spirit-
    Temple Beth El of
    lid has occupied that
    58.
    lained at the Hebrew
    khJewish Institute of
    948. where he receiv
    Bidegree. He is a jirad
    Hi\ a University and the
    dilute of the Elehanan
    S-minaiy. He earned
    Hie from Teachers Col-
    ki University. Rabbi
    I Doctor of Theology
    Hr> Burton Seminary
    me js recently elected
    tW fj K|ciit;\i' Board of the ("en
    tral HrM-r ol American Rab-
    B'.'inal Reform rabbinic
    rganizati founder
    nd pn B^' "I the lireater Holl\
    rood Cle)
    i at pitsSrH chairman ol the Bio
    .ard Cani I'nit ot the American
    ewish Con
    He is \ : I '
    frith and '"'"
    11-< ssurer ol the Greatei
    bbinical Association
    similar post ith the
    Board of Rabbis, which
    c he served .is president
    i> a member oi the Ad
    an) ol the Jewish Wei
    ration of Hollywood. I it-
    has written a number of articles
    dealing with religious education,
    as well as the pamphlet. "What is
    Judaism."
    Dr. Jaffe served as a chaplain in
    the U.S. Army and held a pulpit in
    Park Forest. 111., prior to coming
    to Hollywood. He was director of
    the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
    at the University of Florida be-
    tween 1949-1952. and chairman of
    the Florida State B'nai B'rith In-
    stitute on Judaism.
    He is married to the former
    Edythe Colin, and has three chil-
    dren. Arvin 10'-. Joshua 8. and a
    daughter, Michele 2.
    Convalescent Home's New Unit
    RABBI SAMUfl JAFFE
    David Whitman Unveiling
    Tfc* P ioti .. Monument
    Blln mor\ tin- Ldlc
    DAVID WHITMAN
    : ... ru/jf place
    Sunday, January 31st at 1 p.m.
    dl tlu !......> pl*: m Ml. Snui
    ^rm.<>.... I'., 'i Cemetery
    ^kri!'i Rdbbi P Bru^man
    fficuumt,
    I Fru nd Relative!
    l., A. ed to
    Gerstein Will
    Speak Sunday
    State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
    stein will be speaker at the regu-
    lar monthly breakfast ol the Broth-
    erhood ni Temple Beth Sholom, on
    Sunday. 10 30 a.m.. in the Temple
    Auditorium, according to an an-
    nouncement by .1 a c k Shapiro,
    Brotherhood president.
    Gerstein was elected State At
    lornej in iit.">t>. and reelected in
    I960, and was unopposed b) either
    I olitical party lor reelection to a
    third term in 1%4
    He is ,i past president of the
    Young Democrats ol Florida, and
    was selected as Miami's "Out-
    standing Man of 1957." and one of
    the five outstanding young men in
    (he state of Florida in 1958
    His topic will be "Extremism
    1965." Aaron Fair is program
    chairman ol Beth Sholom Brother-
    hood
    Aliens Must Register
    The Consulate or Israel in At-
    lanta. Ga.. this week reminded Is-
    raeli citizens that they must re-
    port their address to the U. S Im-
    migration and Naturalization Ser-
    vice during the month of Janu-
    ary Alien Ad.he- Report Cards
    may be filled out at any local post
    office
    Relatives and friends of the
    Jewish Convalescent Home of
    South Florida this week were in-
    vited to join the new Helping
    Hearts Group, which will hold its
    first meeting in the near future at
    the Convalescent Home.
    Mrs, J. E. Reiser, president,
    said that an acting chairman will
    be selected at the meeting
    Purposes of the new group, said
    Mrs. Reiser, are to serve as a lia-
    sion between relatives of residents
    and the board and Staff of the
    Bonn Arms to Israel?
    Continued from Pq# 1-A
    for the prosecution of Nazi war
    criminals.
    The U.S. State Department de-
    clined to comment on the reports.
    Department sources said the Uni-
    ted States was "studying" the re-
    ports and mij-'ht make known a re
    sponse later.
    Home at 310 Collins Ave.; to pro
    vide direct volunteer services for
    the residents themselves, such U
    Utter-writing, escorted tours,
    adopting a resident who has no
    children; and to raise funds for
    the Home's general operation and
    for specific projects, such as the
    Special Duty Nurses Fund.
    Also featured at the meeting will
    be the presentation of awards :>
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    + l*i Friday. January 29. 1965
    Between You and Me: 8v BORIS SMOIAR
    Orthodox Groups Will Support LBJ's Education Plan
    __ .... _......... t>..l......., trfviuira iVniicil cxccnt the I nil'
    *-<- PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S < llCOUragi
    * mint of "shared time programs in
    [schools as Indicated in his message to
    [Congress on education is creating
    'mbarrassing situation for Jewish or-
    ganizations Almost all major Ji
    organizations, with the exception ol
    irthodox groups, are opposed to "shai
    d time*' practices, which are sometimes
    ailed "dual enrollment programs."
    They are, iii the simplest terms, arrange:! ents where
    b> pupils in parochial schools attend public sch< ols I >
    Lietion in certain subjects deemed by the reli
    authorities to be without substantial religious ambiance
    -h organizations believe that such programs .nc like-
    !> to prove divisive to pupils ol different faiths and there-
    :' > towasd i(i1 llu > con
    sidei these programs as having ,'f,*'(, upo,
    the publ'c schools bj equating them with in truct.on m
    relative^ less Important subject matter They also sec
    them as conducive toward participation by religioui
    croups in public school policy making and adaataistration
    And. ol course, they hava their doubts as to whether
    federal hnancing ol sum programs is not in contradiction
    to the coi stitutional provision o< separation ol state from
    h rnej also adv< aas i number ol ether reasons as
    to wh) ch Idren from religiously-controlled schools -hould
    not be encouraged lo attend public school as separate
    i ass groups In the I" -lit il all major
    Jewish organizations ; with the National Com
    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    Stei
    is Bcin-g Taken to
    Washin I
    |NIS~RICT OF Columbia author-
    M ities an taking steps to
    disturbing ol Congressiona
    >essii ns bj Nazi agitators
    - forbid the display ot
    ht.. al such as the swas
    tika, tr political strations ol
    irl in the United SI
    tol Building Vel Naai agitators
    have gotten awaj with an estimated -
    i| a "o- ocative nature in and aroui d t
    i mc
    he i
    dent-
    apitol
    UN Listening Post:
    By SAUL CARSON
    Russians Say 'Nyet'
    I'mted Nations
    A FUNNY THING happened to
    ** the Russians recently on the
    way to Geneva They came to
    he forum there, at the United
    iiations European Headquarters.
    tigging into a human rights issue
    he same notion that they have
    ieen applying so vigorous!) to
    I'nited Nations financing
    ii the tiscal area, thej chum that they are not
    . ted in give money to the UN pi ping
    in! since tqp> never voted in favor ol those
    In the human rig Is sj have i
    on'l havi to have any truck with anj
    . nmental anrzal credited tin
    - such groups have afliliates in the Soviel
    i mi I
    Throughout the world vi like
    : civilized behavior, it is accepted thai
    inted Not, howi ver.
    bj Soviet standards The Kremlin- notion cl i
    i/ed : is You pla) it m> way, oi 1 won't
    play
    This view was transferred into thi human
    rights field when the Subcommission oa i levention
    ol Discrimination and Protection ol Ml con
    venei lor its annual, three-week session at Geneva
    Justice liannat reported that, thus far, he
    received contributions for his study from a number
    oj governments He omitted reference to one re-
    port he was known to haye received Ironi a highly
    prestigious work) organization, the international
    i ofrtmission ol Jurists Whj did he, chiel justU.
    the highest court in the land ol a member govern
    ment, ignore a report b) such a noted body as the
    international Commission" Well the reason is clear
    Morn- P. Abram, the United Statei expert on
    the Subcommission, pointi answer The In-
    tern..';o lal Commission m had n< I m
    the Soviet I Iministered quite
    equallj There the boi stated, certain citii
    have been singled out for pers cuticn rather than
    prosecution for alle imu crimes tad
    who :. re those people '
    The Russian re; ve on POup hit
    the ceilin R isia he said w mid refuse to re
    nize reports from an\ bed) that does not havi
    affiliate in the I SSH
    What about Jewish organizations, asked Mr
    Abram Seated in the verj room where the Suh-
    commission met were responsible spokesmen for
    various world Jewish Ixnlies. representing a mom*
    other- the World Jewish Congress. American Jew
    ish Committee, World Agudath Israel. B'nai B'rithi
    the Hoard of Deputies of British Jews. Alliance I-
    raelite I'nivcrselle. the Anglo Jewish Association.
    tlie world Reform movement, and others. Without
    naming these bodies. Mr. Abram pointed out that
    the Jewish groups have DO affiliates in the Soviet
    Union by edict of the Kremlin (which he did not
    addi. But. for the Russians, it was enough when
    they declared that the International Commissions
    report on Soviet 'justice" was "tendentious and
    likelous."
    Hall Nazi Disturbances
    i ,.- |n\ : ibly. police quickly arrested the
    \...- b il ; ej were released upon lor
    .- S10 For a $10 "i
    con Nazis ,i! ': '"
    Dublicit) and telei ision coi erage
    The situation came to a climax on the opei
    ,, pic-e il session A Nazi he
    ., mo the verv [toot cl the lions.- oi
    ! psenta* verc interrupted The Nazi demonstratio was
    aimed at the seating ol Miss'ss'ppi Negroes who are
    seeking representation in Congress
    Alter the agitator was finally subdued bj police.
    he was taken into custody. Bui he was immediately
    released upon payment oi a mere S20 in collateral
    which the Nazis laughingly-forfeited
    The failure <>t authorh ea to press serious
    charges against the offender was immediately de
    nounced by National Commander Ralph Plotsky. of
    the Jewish War Veterans He asserted that stronc
    er security measures were obviously needed to pre-
    serve the dignity and ~anctity ol Congress from the
    notorious pranks oi publicity-seeking Nazis
    a number ol Congressmen were infuriated by
    the madeajaac) ol legal measure- Rep Charles S
    loel&on. New Jorsev Democrat, charged that the
    Na/is leel they are purchasing a license to disturh
    the peace" through forfeiture of absurdly small
    bonds. Me termed the Nazi actions in the Capitol
    building "disgraceful and reprehensible.'
    A Nazi delegation subsequently called on Rep
    ioei-on at his office They fcur.d the situation some-
    what amusing Bui Ren loel nn had the las- laugh
    i>ii. .,..-.....i sutiiui uies agreed to rearresl the
    c Ipru and briag him to Irial
    A warrant for his rearresl was Issued Author-
    ities assured Hep Joelson thai the Nazi would be
    prosecuted vigorously.' Tlie d.strict prosecutoi
    thai N.i/i- shoul : be effeel vely | ti d i
    ished for disturbance ol the ol the
    - ales
    a ,.p in the Ian was disclosi I Contempt ol
    il committees s a
    law covi r- conti iii] t on the fh ite oi
    il, -.., b) intiuders Nevi legisiat i n is being intro
    hiced to correct tin- situ.it
    Meanwhile, disorderf) conduct charges will be
    Such charges upon convictioi ai y up
    530 fine and a 90 la) jail sentence
    It i- diiiicult to ignore agitators so bold they
    lump mto the middle ol a Senate or Housi session
    and start screaming inflammatory proi
    Free speech considerations do not allow ever) ex-
    tremist lanatic the runt to interrupt Congres
    lional proceedii
    II Communists dared display the hammer and
    sickle banner in a chamber of Co ress the) might
    be mobbed
    mumtv Relations Advisory Council, except the Union of
    orthodox Jewish Congregations, recommended th.- year
    that Jewish communitv eolations agencies try to a sweat
    the introduction of -shared time programs wherever
    they mav he proposed
    Wherever these programs already exist the local
    Jewish communitv relations agencies were urged to main-
    tain watchfulness against any constitutional!) doubtful
    practices This, in addition to being strongly op I to
    giving federal aid to schools under religious control or
    supervision
    Now cairn- President Johnson, and. m his
    to Congress, in which he sought an extra $1,500,000,000
    for educational purposes for the fiscal year, opened the
    door for p.-rochial schools to benclil from his plan for
    federal aid for education His bill provides aid to pan.
    dual schools in an informal sense. And his mi
    Ccngress practical!) offers maximum encouragement to
    "shared time" practices, which the Jevi i organisations
    have been opposing for years The question bi fore Vmei
    u an Jewish leadership now is. therefore, whether to hack
    President Johnson's education plan which is basically
    [or the country, oi to ppose il I ecause ol
    which religious schools will receive under th pla
    are already today over :iMi programs regarded local as
    shared time" in operation in 35 states
    Off the Record:
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    Intermarriage Viewed
    How much credence is to !
    given to surveys alleged to be
    howing alarmingly high pro inter
    tarriage sentiment among Jewish
    allege students? A letter in mj
    lie from a man who made one ol
    lese surveys has th li niticant
    bservation There is a disparity
    etween the answers the students
    pj vJbWj ""'iin
    come to face reality. I am afraid many of the an
    swering students merely thought it lashionable or
    proper to -live pro intermarriage views, believing it
    t, he the mark of their class the intcllegcntsi..
    In the absence of more authentic surveys, then-
    is no way ol determining the extent ol Jewish inter-
    marriage ami th<- attrition d entails. Intermarriage
    is inevitable in a tree society The question is has
    Jewish intermarriage reached a point where it
    co tHuiea a distinct threat to continued Jewish <\
    rtencc within a reasonably short point in history'
    There are those wl.e ak ol the dec,me as i
    m i h- the end ol this centui) However, thi
    , C) > not ustained by statis
    Dr J Marcus, an live *tud
    Vmerii i lew h scet i I rtot ian ol re
    s the Jewish it I iag< rate at
    aboi rcenl B zal< S ei nan Ihinks I i
    sot what hi i ul n I al a
    ,, there are man) studei I
    the pi obi.-in takin i i ^ vv "' "
    s i .,; ,,,, \s n itional magazine a ye
    carrii d an articli on 'the vanishing Jew roai I
    was nsl th. appraisal Recenl Jewish
    sisals that i sa now confirm the
    istnng Jeu thesis There is a school of opinion to
    the .nevi that the iBitermarriaac plague has n
    , pi it- t 'li is ..a.isi.oph.c l.
    the qui -mc n is whether the Jewish eommu
    ... Unerica still has the spiritual resources to -;-
    the trend
    Th.- answer to thai question, in tin.- corner's
    opinion, is not to be found in the labyrinth ol
    res bul in the depths thai are beyond the pre!
    rods "I the statisticians
    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    Whv Do We Still Persist in Stereotyping
    lous. The court has rn Id trial I ncie *
    i is ".in epithet which is lo j
    nbers ol the Nemo rate, insulting, *"
    TWO RECENT corn acf'ons remit d us
    that many people a:e stil! urn:
    ably sensitive t" the harm done l.y
    stereotyping humans and making fun "t
    institutions In Akron, the Ohio Ninth
    District Courl oi Appeals h-s ruled that |
    being referred to a- an t'ncle Toi.i" is |
    lihelous. The court has h. Id that "Uncle
    Tom
    nyagaban
    degrading, and an allegation that such a person, lor per
    sonal gain, betrays his rate "
    In New York. State Supreme ("curt Justice Henry
    C. Greenberg has granted a temporary injunction against
    the 20th Century Fox film, John (ioldfarb. Please Come
    Home." wherein the proud University of Notre Dame is
    ribbed rather roughly.
    Citing these two court procedure- is not at all to
    equate the damage done Negroes and the South Bend
    university. Notre Dame can shrug off this nightmare
    incident much easier than 20,000.000 Negroes can gain
    economic social and political compensation tor tl I
    ling via stereotyping We may well lei
    to the lawyers | Noire Dame and LMth Century Fox
    decide who loses what in the (loldfnrh-l-'i -hung In-1
    He. But we must look beyond lor the courts to undo the
    wrong wrought by decades o| racial and ethnu gteri
    typing in this land ol diver-itv
    S, me vears ago. Prof. Irving J I.ee, of NOrthwi
    University, offered I classic appraisal of the evil of Stereo
    typing "Giving something a name seems to have a
    ening influence upon all our relations to it It I
    matters to a finality Nothing further seems to need I
    be done The disease has been identified. The necessit)
    for further understanding of it has ceased to exist. Class
    ifications have a sterilizing effect upon liirth-
    inquiries
    We of the Jewish community are more sensitive to
    the destructive nature of name-calling, deriigration of a
    group, caricaturing, thoughtless and malicious vilification
    All the more reason that we should lend our sympa
    thetic interest, our skills, and our talents to the unfinished
    business of uprooting anti-Negro stereotypes
    V
    >>


    9, 1965
    * Jewish flhridlfon
    Page 16*A
    L f
    Shalom Owners File
    Heavy Damage Suit
    4

    \KW YORK oi 12,380,000 were sought this week
    by owners "I the Israeli liner, Sha-
    lom, irom the owners o the Nor
    wegian tanker the Stolt Dagali,
    as the aftermath oi a Thanksgiv-
    ing Day collision last year be-
    tween the two ships off a [og
    shrouded Ne Jersey toast
    The suit as tiled in United
    : States District Court lor the South-
    iii District of New York by the
    Zim Israel Navigation Company,
    Ltd., against the A/S
    ivid Children's Choir will assist Can-
    am W. Lipson in the blessing of *he
    jnth of Adar at services on Saturday.
    [riqht are (first row) Leslie Taffin, Leah
    , Donna Ehrens, Arnold Sirull, Julie
    Second row are Martin Waas, Jac-
    queline Adler. Ellis Jay Merlin, Michelle Rach-
    line, L'nda Harris, Rachelle Rachline. Third
    row ar Jane Wendy Rachline, Barbara Gins-
    berg, Mira Lomaskin, Cantor Lipson. Helena
    Rachline, Marilyn Greene, Denise Lipson. Not
    shown is Rober* Tanenbaum.
    ^ain Oslo. The -libel and
    suit charged that the
    under "incompetent
    finish Jews Meet Franco
    NEW YORK(JTA> Leaders of
    he Jewi-h communities in Madrid
    and Ha'i-i icv,;i |!| icived b>
    Gemsfali-simo Francisco Franco,
    who asked him to grant legal rec-
    ognition to Jewish communities in
    Spam, \e York limes re
    ported ii'"ui Maiiii'l
    The audience, which was not
    publici k place last Wed-
    nesdav v the I'r.ido Palace, Gen
    Franc residence I he Jewish
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    tented by its president. Max Ma
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    Levi. Tliere are today about 5.000
    Jews in Spain, most of whom live
    i Barcelona Less than 2.000 live
    TBladrid. They worship under
    [ "statement of tolerance"' en-
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    Madrid said, promised to exam-
    ine the request of the two Jew-
    ish community leaders. It was
    the first time in 473 years that
    a head of Spain had officially
    received representatives of
    Spanish Jewry. In 1492, Rabbi
    Isaac Abravanel, the Jewish
    scholar who had served K i .7
    Ferdinand as an aide, pleaded
    with the king unsuccessfully for
    the revocation of the decree ex-
    pelling the Jews from Spain.
    Mr Mazin told the Times cones
    pondent that the audience was cor-
    dial and that the Jewish commun-
    ity leaders who presenter) their re-
    quest to Gen. Franco are now wait
    Ing tor a reply. I'nder the present
    law. .lews can act only as individ-
    uals in regard to communal prop
    city and legal affairs. In this re-
    spect the situation of the Jews is
    not much different than the status
    of other non-Cathoik* religions in
    the country. However, some steps
    have already been taken to rec-
    ognize the Protestant religion of-
    ficially.
    A hiRh Spanish Government offi
    dal was quoted as saying: "There
    is no anti-Semitism and no Jewish
    problem in Spain We respect and
    like the Jews." He also revealed
    that negotiations are now being
    conducted with the West German
    Government for payment of repar-
    ations to Sephardic Jews who lost
    their property in Salonika during
    the Nazi regime Those negotia
    tioiis. nearing completion, are be-
    ing conducted b\ Foreign Minister
    Fernando Maria Castiella > Maiz,
    an advocate of interfarth harmonj
    Bonn Studying
    Statute Extension
    Continued from Page 1-A
    West German Government's ap-
    peal for information "an inade-
    quate attempt to gloss over the
    amnesty tor fascist murderers and
    t,i render this illegal step innocu-
    ous in the eyes of world opinion."
    The Soviet message also said that
    the Soviet Government would make
    all relevant documents available
    to the Bonn Government regardless
    0' what West Germany did about
    the statute of limitations on pros
    edition of Nazi war criminals.
    in Spain The Spanish Government
    has recently shown interest in Se-
    phardic communities in other coun-
    tries, because it considers the Se-
    phardim as descendants of the
    Jews from Spain
    Ocean of
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    The Shalom had been bound
    for a Caribbean cruise at the
    time. After the crash, the liner re-
    turned to New York port under
    its own power. The stern section
    of the tanker sank soon af*-'
    he crash. The bow section, with
    24 survivors, was towed to a
    New York shipyard.
    The Shalom owners asked $1,900.-
    000 for repair ol the liner and loss
    oj earnings while it was being re-
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    crew members who lost then- livi
    The Israeli firm had agreed to p.
    $450,000 to survivors of the |o-.t
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    The suit denied that the
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    spring showing oi fashions by Wilma. of Lincoln Rd.,
    be featured at the Shore Unit of Papanicolc.ou Cancer
    ?arch Institute luncheon in '.he Cafe Le Can Can of thp
    -illon Motel on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Shown 'seated left
    ; right) are Mrs. Jack Rifkin. on luncheon committee; Mrs.
    brman Stein, ways and means chairman; Mrs. Henrv Ge-
    |tz. president. Standing are Mrs. Esther Bergman and Mis.
    fion Smith, ticke*. chairmen. Not pictured are Mrs. Jack
    Jvoiman. overall ticket chairman, and Mrs. Moe Blitz, chair-
    kn >! the day.
    n
    j
    the UJo
    man s
    "World
    "eJewish Floridbian
    Miami, Florida, Friday, January 29. 1965
    Sec'ion i
    Fashionplate '65 to be Presented
    Foil v. Hi': tin- success i>f the
    Fashionplate Initial Gifts Lunch-
    eon ol 1064, the second edition,
    Fashionplate '65." will highlight
    he opening of Women's Division
    activity on behalf ol Combined
    Jewish Appeal.
    Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's Di-
    vision campaign chairman, an-
    . ounc d thai through the gcner-
    rity "i Mrs Harrj A Yagle, all
    v. omen in the communit) who
    pledge d personal contribution to
    the Women's Dh isi.....if $100 and
    i Mi- will be :n\ ited t" this out-
    standing event."
    "Fashionplate "65" will lie pre-
    -i nted al i he Eden Roc Hotel on
    Monday. Feb. 15 "The thought-
    fulness and outstanding personal
    contribution "I Mrs, Yagle, eou-
    MRS. HARRY f/tClf
    nled with .m experienced and icated committee, will make tl
    ihe foremost Initial cuts lum
    eon ever presented by the Wo
    i i,s Division."
    Co-chairmen of the Initial Gi
    c ommittee are Mrs. Jack Ablin
    past i chaii man ol the Womi
    Division: Mrs Stanley Frehling,
    a leading worker on behall ol I i
    previous Fashionplate presen1
    tien; and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, :
    CIA Women's Division chairm;
    'Ihe will work with Mrs A
    Glickman, Miami Beach chnirm
    and Mrs. Samuel Simonh fl Mi-
    ami chairman
    The Fashionplate presental
    of exclusive coutourier creatin -
    w ill again feature the coo| erat
    Hi Miami's and Mia ni B ac -
    loading lashion salons
    bv ISABEL GRCVE
    \nna Brenner Meyers en
    r.. ng members "i the Hos
    ommittee [or the 13th an
    Brotherhood dinner of the
    i.i Region. National Confer-
    ni Christians and Jews, at
    n-ning coffee on Friday .
    im i.-sions ill tenter around
    Hi' .. nlate liuution which
    Sill he held Feb. L'L' al the Foil
    Bi- hleau Hotel in honoi "I
    y>l n;i Colcinan F. Carroll Jos
    iph M. Lipton and George B.
    prer .
    Named to the Hostess Commit.
    le*' b> Dinner Chairman John K.
    ing were the wives oi all previ-
    his recipients of the silver lie-
    laihoii Award lor Brotherhood,
    rumen who have won the NCC.I
    ioiv r and members ol the Ex-
    utive Committee of the Worn-
    p's Division ol the Florida Reg-
    The black tie affair this year
    fill mark the first time that
    rcater Miami has been selected
    ) launch the observance of
    brotherhood Week throughout
    jh. United States The spe-
    ll wei-k is scheduled for Feb.
    to 28.
    that flag waving from a pole
    ji> the new Belle Plaza pent-
    use apartment of Ruth and
    Ick I'opiek on Saturdaj was a
    pre-arranged signal t<> their many
    friends that they had become
    grandparents Rom Jan, 23
    to the former Ricki I'opiek and
    William Lader, a son named An-
    drew Howard Paternal grand-
    parents are the Harry I.adeis
    And a cablegram Irom Israel
    to Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D Katz
    c;i Jan. 17 brought them the
    happy tidings that they too were
    grandparents ol a boy horn to
    daughter Phyllis and her hus-
    band, Dr. Judah Poseaberg, who
    have a Sahra daughter, Naava.
    . Held at the Bar Han Univer-
    sity Synagogue, affair naming
    Ihe baby was attended hy many
    dignitaries from the Knesseth, as
    well as Chief Rabbi of Israel. Dr.
    Isaac I'nterman.
    Charming Michele Lynn Edlow
    ehose a navy knit dress trimmed
    in Kelly green for the deep blue
    green and white sweet sixteen
    luncheon tendered her by par
    ents, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Edlow,
    at Paoletti's Restaurant in Coral
    Gables on Saturday. Jan. 9 .
    Among 75 guests were Mlghete's
    grandmother, Mrs. Ann Shapiro,
    her sister Fianeine. three aunts.
    Mrs. Milton Chad. Mrs. Stuart
    Shapiro and Mrs. Gertrude Pol-
    lack, her Phi Delta Gamma Sor-
    Confinued on Page 4-B
    Juniors
    #/o (limn to
    ih 4' S4>a in
    mti plaids
    In the swim for '65.
    bright blue cotton plaid
    readied with navy deniml
    He-re from group by Dune Deck
    Hi-front too, surfer-tied
    briefs. 15.98
    Matching smock-shift 2 )
    front with navy pockets. SI 2
    All in \r. sizes 5 to 1 5
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    -JenisWcrktter)
    Friday, January 2S
    Mrs. Judith Beilin, New York Consul Of
    Israel, to be Gi-est of H?nsr at Function
    Judith Beilin C msul oi the
    : Israel in Ne i i irk, will
    be guest <>f honor at Nal
    Sponsors luncheon hcl I under the
    auspices ol the National Won
    D the Israel Bond i h Ran
    tion at tht- Fontainel I
    on .! ursdaj m on Feb. 4 Mis
    Joan I oi tain i eh biatei star os
    Broadu aj and Hollj will be
    a special guest speaker,
    The i vent, which : be !i-;'l in
    connection with tin- rMI Inter
    national inaugural conference for
    Israel Bonds, was announced here
    by Mrs. Jan Peerce, National
    Women's Division Chairman. Na
    lional Sponsors art' women who
    each year Invest a minimum ol
    Si.ooo in Israel Bonds
    Mr-- Peerce. who will preside,
    pointed out that the luncheon will
    focus attention on the official open
    in- oi a campaign for the sale of
    5100.000.000 in Israt I Bonds dur-
    ing 1965. which will be launched
    on an international scale in Miami
    at the three-day Inaugural comei
    enee on the weekend o< Feb. 19.
    Mr* Beilin. who will address
    over l.ooo women at the luncheon,
    will report on latest developments
    in the Middle East
    Event Slated
    For Histadrut
    Senior Citizens Association (if
    Miami Beach is soring an
    evening for Histadrul on Satur
    day, Feb 6, J 30 p m at Wash-
    ington Federal, 1234 Washin toi
    Ave.
    Rabbi Leon Kron -h wiil be guest
    iker Joseph Rieger will ds
    liver the invocation, and Vice
    Mayor Bernard Frank will serve
    a* master of ceremonies.
    The evening win include enter-
    tainment and refreshments, with
    committee members Theodore Held
    and Mesdames Max Tliurston and
    Lena Mintzes in charge.
    tni ol th< membei s oi
    I srai dip omal coirs, Mrs
    t itioncd in .'.:
    '.'(.: Ii hei i the
    timn t She we\ iousij
    ... o:fi er for I he
    : !' irei -' s ii
    lh( Ireds cl ore gn
    co i .it one i in Isi .i
    to cover the Eichmann tr .
    s!io was m < barge ol receh ing,
    o bell i.l ol '.; r :ovi nmi in. dis
    tinauiehed visitors from the Amer-
    icas. !h< British Commonwealth.
    Atiica ..ii.'.i-,.'
    Bun and educated in England,
    Mrs Beilin achieved success as an
    actress both on the stage and on
    BBC Kado. She gave up her act-
    n. career in the late I830's in
    rder to marrj the ardent Zionist.
    Eiariy Beilin. und settle in Pale.--
    ine with him. She has made her
    lermanent home there since 1938.
    and has served Israel with dis-
    tinction through her own efforts
    ;i .i -r taker and through her lead
    ership as the wife oi on" of Israel's
    most distinguished public figures,
    Hi r husband, at the time ol his
    death in 193P- was chief of proto-
    col for Israel's Foreign Ministry,
    From 1054 to 1957, he served as
    Chs Affaires i her,
    Pi:. i he b i i been
    i !oi -i fien ral ol Israel to the 11
    vVesU in >;..- o Americi
    From 1931 1951, the Be lins
    participated in < \ erj phase ol the
    lishmenl an I o.-v elopment ol
    modi rn lsra< W hilt her husband
    1 urn the Jew
    isii A. anc: 'he Br.t -b mai da
    lor) go\ Mrs Be lit v a*
    act'\ e in Hagai ah and al-o in th<
    program for fo mding new scttli
    ments
    At the -aim time, she was for
    eight years on th -tail of the Pal
    estine Broadcasting Service as ac
    tr '.- produci i .d newscaster. ():.
    May 14. 1948. she announced the
    Latkes pt la, Swiss
    TURN A
    DAIRY
    MEAL
    INTO *
    A FEAST!
    LATKES A LA SWISS
    V* lb. Switzerland
    Swiss cheese, grated
    Vi cup sour cream
    2 egg yolks
    lvi tbsps. flour
    V4 tap. salt
    1 tsp. mustard
    1 tbsp. butter
    Anyone can
    make the holes
    tut only the
    Swiss can
    make the
    flavor
    Mix ingredients except butter;
    stir well. Melt butter in fry pan;
    drop heaping tablespoon of
    mixture into fry pan; cook until
    golden brown on both sides.
    Yield: 8 pancakes. Excellent
    With onion rolls and coffee.
    Look for "Switzerland" on
    the package of slices or
    chunk you buy. Then you
    are sure of getting the
    matchless quality and nut-
    like ta'am of genuine Swiss
    Cheeseproduced in Swit-
    zerland and no where else!
    SVilzerlmul
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    Fashion Forum Due at Burdine's
    news
    6tate
    diu I
    A record number of interested
    emakers i- expected to attend
    the second annual National Home
    i a&hions League Forum to be pre-
    nnte I on I ur suoceaalt e Mon
    Pah s through Mar l. at
    l.urd. oe- M m i Auditorium,
    i h r will be both afternoon and
    o, enini sessi ns, leaturin. top
    ni m< in II < field ol design,
    The main ineme ol this year's
    forum rh< Desig ling Woman."
    :. i i'ii Feb B seminar will present
    ... Di -"- nin Woman and All
    utdo irs." A panel ol tour experts
    ate in the discussion
    lamill in Mason, gardening editor
    I Heiier Home.- and Garden Maa-
    izine; George Schloetzer. sub
    "onlral landscaping specialist;
    Bichitect, Thurston Hatcher, and
    Interior designer, Muriel Rudolph
    Proceeds /nun this year's forum
    w ill go to the League's Scholar-
    .-hip Fund Female interior design
    -Indents from Florida colleges are
    eligible, with the winner being
    , presented a 1500 clear scholarship
    oi (he establishment of (he a, Ih), forums lma| M.>SIOn on
    ol Israel over Haganah Ha >|a!- i
    jiifa v nairman for this year- forum
    i- Mr> Curr-ie, with Ann p
    Feature Event- director 1^1
    dine'a aoordinati wiadyti
    is pr< sun i Uw
    ..;> er oi the 1 .
    MRS. JUDITH BlIUN
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    Two wholesome
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    CrachBrsA,', naturally ,.
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    Treat your family to a good Jewish meal!
    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
    recipes on
    New Wolff's
    Package
    ffl
    about
    gathered for yo.
    Miriam Field]
    It's a long wj> from Boihenk
    Broadway, but Sholem KV
    "liltlc people" ha\ c made bxw
    ney through lime and space \k|
    over SJ.000.000 in advance >
    ings. "l-iddlcr on the R il
    already one of the smasl
    all lime (and deservedb sol
    "'/ \an 'FkUltr' Oi u cell'
    nn father's iih and l>u< ^.
    (/<-i /.;'.- "a ihunk-vmi nott Tot "
    lieritiHir."
    HighlianiingUiispotgnai
    are dance- "wilil. \irilc.i
    robust,"aschoraofraphei
    describes them. "The p
    Hing themselves into the
    commuters hurling 11
    into the rush-hour suhu.i
    To i iipturi' rhr tuttheni
    mil.- ol these dam >>. th,
    company attendeda ierii
    weddings \\, u>, >;,.
    ivriiphit let's vim ."/u.i
    'or
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    left i
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    rachl
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    by a
    hotel
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    s.inH-iimcs u-i ip- SRhc
    ii|> u Harm loviny nicmiii
    I ImimIU- ii oilli pairlk-ular iir4rr-*
    Such an hvirliMini rri-ipv |uu .imr H
    mi- fruni Mrs, Marjork- H--
    Maplc "It belonged lo mv p
    \tr\. Hi inum Simon,
    Minnesota." shoexpiainee I
    lifeof tin oilhotto i .
    trmnimother was n/'<'" roi
    in later for weddings, wl
    inlit in hi> horn These ..,
    were among the festive A"" I ha>r
    never w> this recipe m
    hook and think it is prohahh '
    generally known, otkei
    memhers of our fondly."
    I ivanl In IhanL ihr huiHlrrds l
    Irk-iWIv rt-iidcrs "ho arc shan.ii: Ilill
    nir Iheir rccipi-s. im-imirk-v. ant*Hc
    and npiniuns. Munv ol Ihv diliiuNr
    I'lanlt-rs Oil recipes arc hcirn: lolrt
    in nor SianSard Brands Kiunrn ..
    i ^iroundsfordlvorcc ?Well,inM
    centurv Constantinople .
    could sue for divorce ii her hu-
    band did nol luppb her -
    tec in the style io which
    accustomed. I've never I
    man divorcing his w il'c K.
    didn't serve him Chase .s. S
    ( ottec but vshv take risks'
    THE REBUTZEN S HCNB >
    cookie Sll|:
    1 esg 1 cup suso-
    1 cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 cjp "'"'
    1 tsp vanilla 4-1 cut
    2 tbsps Rotai Bakms P
    '! tsp sa't
    etssai
    T cups contKtioner-
    9 tbsps milh -t 1st
    i cups chopped wamuts
    4 cups naked cocoM
    In Imii.1 heal Ihc egfi Wtnd '" ""-"
    I'lanlcrs Oil. walcr anil uniil.i I '
    Inn. drv ingredient*: cradu..H **"
    mUtarc. beating wMilsn.....' '"?
    ill he si.fi.i Will il.iiir.il l-"~*-
    divide di.uiih iroguaiicr*. 11" hakim
    ibMII, slwpc cull purler Into *
    IVia 11 tnllnilllllS Bake .ii "l
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    while ho; cul inio 1-iMcti dices ( i*'1^
    t onihint- confciiioiMT*- siivai """
    and vanilla Heal unlil sm.N.Hi *"
    cnoM iiHikks iih ghue: roll nan
    in chopped xalnul* and rum n
    hall in flaked ckoihii. Make* 4.!'"
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    SlHM
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    KASHA COOKBOOK -2te6p*S an nitnu ..leir-
    (O?modern rrlMls ano < Kith KMI quest
    to Phyllis Wollf. P" Yn, New VoiK
    Mjenefits aevruing rro
    recipe sharing should be' u
    Pecdina lomeone," reasow
    Rosenfeld. "So, please sen
    S25 worth oTcharit) mone> i
    I rccdom from Hunger I
    lion" The makers ol P
    OilandChaseA Sanbornt
    arc delighted u> honor lit
    priats request, -x nd s $2J
    >!iH.-si Mrs. Rcwenfeld.
    Memo: Chase* Sanboir
    and Planter* Pcanul Oil a
    undei Rabbinical superv
    MANNA ABOUT TOWN ,
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    Banuclry 29, 1965
    +Jewish flerkUat
    Paqe 3-B
    eld
    heninl
    * Sax*
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    l)
    -
    ops. of the Florida conference of Miz- Goldberg. Standing (left to right! are
    Women are being planned by (seated Samuel Herman. Mrs. Lillian Robinson
    I ght) Mrs. Max Sternstein, Mrs. Alfred Mrs. Abraham Dlatt.
    Stone Mrs. Theodore Sakowi'i. Mrs. Philip
    Mrs.
    and
    Karachi Women's Florida Conference
    ipen at Fontainebleau Sunday Eve
    , i in-. heon of the Miz-
    men's Organization of
    m .ii the Fon-
    Hotel will be preceded
    i isp coi tall part) in the
    Room
    ymous donor is hosl
    .-. attendins this annual
    hit h is part of the two-
    ... conference opening on
    ening il i ;i general
    ice dir? in Mrs Ah
    coordinator
    Tibet S and tho public IK
    ?c the general meeting ;ii
    TALMUDX SEMINAR
    OF THE AIR
    Daf Hashovua"
    Fei 11 th C insecutivj Year
    liom- Jewry will have the oopor-
    tun. of leaning o page ot th?
    fiilir^r translated and explained
    I'V
    : bi Pinehtn M. Teitz
    i and
    .'." rsey
    8 p.m.. Sundaj ni [hi al the Fon
    tainebleau,
    Among guests honored at the eon
    ference will i' Mrs Simi ha R -i
    binowitz. chairman in Israel >t
    Mizrachi Women, who will prefetrri
    latest repi rts from children's vil-
    lages maintained l>> the Religious
    Zionist Organization
    Carole Taran, singing star o(
    stage and television will present ;i
    special program of lyrical and
    Jewish favorites, accompanied at
    the piano by local orchestra load
    cr. Boh Novack
    "Mizrachi Women's Week." to
    signalize the opening ol the annual
    Florida i opference, was proclaim-
    ed b) Metro Mayor chuck Hall;
    Mayor Robert Kin-.: High, ol Mi-
    ami and Mayor Melvin J. Richard,
    ol Miami Beach.
    "All three di have ex
    pressed their warm admiration of
    the work clone by Mizrachi Women
    nf America in educating the many
    thousand- of ch'Idren in Israel,"
    declared Mrs Stone
    Mayor Richard will personally
    deliver the Miami Beach welcome
    to the conference at the opening
    general meeting at the Fontaine-
    bleau on Sundaj evening.
    Brunch With
    Rabbi Tuesday
    At Emanr-EI
    "Brunch with the Rabbi" "ill be
    the feature of the adult education
    program "f Temple Emanu-EI's
    Women's institute of Jewl h Stud-
    ies at it-- session Tuesday. 11 a.m..
    Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, chair-
    man, announced
    Classes will gather for an infor-
    mal session with Dr Irving Lehr-
    man. who will present the second
    lecture discussion program on
    Tools of Jewish Living
    Classes begin at 10 am and in-
    clude beginner's Hebrew. Mrs (da
    Pi rush, instructor; congregational
    singing tor those who have com-
    pleted the beginner's course, with
    Cantor Zvi Adler, instructor: con
    versational Hebrew, Mrs. Fa> Fein
    stem, instructor; and "Bird's Eye
    View of Joinl History." Morris
    Tarasow, instructor
    Temple Knianu Kl adult educa-
    tion program, Ol which the Wom-
    en's Institute sponsored by the
    Sisterhood, is a part, also includes
    a book rev uw series. Sunday morn
    ing breakfast foruins and home
    study circles. Committee includes
    Mrs Leo Berman. Mrs. Maurice
    Can-. Mrs Jerome Goodman, Mrs.
    Isadore Lorber, Mrs Charles Ros-
    angarten, Mrs I rael Teitch an t
    Mr- Thomas Trent
    Morton Towers Hadassah
    Monthly meeting of Morton Tow-
    ers Hadassah will be held on Tues-
    lav noon in the Morton Towers
    :.' staurant. Highlight will !x- a
    alk mi "Youth Aliyah" bj Mrs
    Samuel Sakrais former chapter
    ind regional president. Mrs.
    Emanuel Mentz is president.
    Deborah Group
    Slates Luncheon
    Greater Miami Chapter ol D
    orah will hold a membei bi
    member luncheon on Tuesday
    n on, in the Barcelona Hotel
    Mr- Nathaniel Rubel is overall
    chairman, (omnuttee member's
    ire Meadames Emanuel Blum,
    Julius Crottian. Aaron Rosen-
    '.il. William Karpe. Sam Jacobs,
    rl Sqner and Helen Gross
    Bnue Weisbrod, who had been
    i patient at Deborah for open
    -cart surgery, and had been se-
    eeted as the poster hoy by the
    leart Institute to light the Torch
    >! Friendship will lie honored
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    >y Mcsdames David Michaelson,
    Var.n Klein. .lay Kaye. William
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    Members who bring new mem-
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    Dr. Wo.'isort to Lecture
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    9-Jmlst- fhr/cftor?
    Friday, January 29,
    F:
    (
    "heme of the 19G5 Hadassah Florida Regional
    inference will be "Hadassah Fashions the
    : ature." Host city will be Miami Beach. First
    lanning session tor the conference was held
    :n Jan. 12. Mrs. Maurice Cahn is local re-
    c .ona! chairman. Committees are beina foim-
    f d to cover details of the conference Apr. 25
    : 27 at thp Seville Hotel. S'andinq (left to
    ght are Mrs. Nat Barth. president, Miami
    I each Chapter. Mrs. Max Affachiner, Mrs.
    :ernard Lachs, Mrs. #thel B. Herman. Mrs.
    Harry P. Cohen. Mrs. Harold Melnick. arrange-
    ments chairman, Mrs. Maurice Cahn, local re-
    gional chairman, Mr*. Sam Feldman. Mrs.
    Anna Reaback Mrs. Philip Kaplan. Seated
    (left to right' are Mrs. Abraham Cohen. Mrs.
    Samuel Solkoff, Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller,
    Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. regional past pres-
    ident Mrs. Julia Linsey, Mrs. Hyman Mintz
    Mrs. Morris Kripple, Mis. Manuel Feierman,
    and Mrs. Ben Sanderson. Not present are Mrs.
    Philip Thau and Mrs. Isidore Lorber.
    Joan Field Will
    Appear Here
    Scheduled t appear as the high-
    light ol the program for Jewish
    Music Month for Menorah Hadas-
    sah will t>' .loan Field? di>tin
    guished American violinist
    Virtuoso Joan Field has appear-
    ed with Inajor orchestras both
    here and abroad. A television, ra-
    dio and recording star, she gave a
    sei ics of concerts and lectures In
    Israel and Europe last summer.
    The first artist to appear on the
    newly formed cultural exchange
    program at the American Friends
    ol the Hebrew Universitj In Jeru-
    n. she also taught a master
    class for students and faculty mem-
    bers during her stay in Israel
    Chairmen oi the Jewish Music
    Month program is Mrs Victor
    Stern; program chairman, Mrs.
    Phil Abrams; and president, Mrs.
    I Is Bellin Tinkler The public is
    invited to attend the meeting,
    planned for 12:30 p.m on Monday,
    Feu 8, at Hi.lel House on the cam
    pus ol the Universitj "t Miami
    ^Jocicilitc ... b \j *sjr sabel v^/
    rove
    Continued from Page 1-B
    !i> sisters and other relatives
    Friends
    Larrj Ciment, rated first aca-
    micall) in last year's fresh-
    an class oi 178 at Yeshiva I'm-
    Tsitj in New York, jetting
    >me for a lO-daj visit with par-
    its. Mr and Mrs Louis Ciment,
    30 Drexel Ave., and brother,
    erry Mr> Ciment. onv ot
    e-ivta Women vice presidents.
    oking forward to resting from
    und of communal activities
    hile Larry's here Valedic-
    trian oi his cla^s at Mesivta,
    arrj i planning a medical ca
    er.

    Long-time friends Rose and
    arold Robin waiting at the air
    n't to greet Pauline i Mrs Leo
    Shubow, of Boston Both teach-
    S ol piano, organ and accord-
    n in Boston many long years
    S{0, it wa> to Hose that Pauline
    irned over her roster of music
    students when she herseli a-
    anted the role ol a rabbi's wife
    . Now hearing ol the joj ot
    aching the many talented chil-
    'II m the Miami area she.-.
    nsidering picking up where she
    n returning north .
    Mr and Mrs ll.irr> Cutli
    ist oak Lain Phi phia,
    re entei tained Sundaj at din-
    it the home ol then daugh
    r-in-law parei ts Mr and Mrs
    . rnard G Axelman, ol Xorth
    ' iiami Beat h Happj
    . was the lutlei 53rd wed
    ing anniversar)
    .He--- were M: and Mrs David
    'iffer i I I.on \:- and
    Irs Barrj Hirsh, ol Bn
    id Mr and Mr- Manning Rob-
    ts, ol Miami, recentl) ot Japan
    The Cutlers have three sons
    and six grandchildren
    Claudia Walden, rememl i i
    here for main performances in
    the Universitj ol Miami Ring
    Theatre when she was a student
    there, now a casting director in
    New York for NBC Invited
    by Harold Bobbin-, author ot
    such well-known books as "A
    Stone for Dannj Fisher" and
    "The Carpetbaggers," and his
    wife Grace to an April visit at
    their villa in Cannes, Claudia
    plans to jet to France in the
    spring Later -he'll \ i-it 1-
    rael, where there are quite a tcu
    relatives ol her mother's. Mian i
    Beachite Mrs Fannj Siegel .
    Mat and Peggj Mermell enter
    taining Camp Universe campers,
    parents and friends, at then sev-
    enth annual reunion thi- Sundaj
    afternoon at Kings Bay Yacht
    and Country Club Among
    campers who will receive awards
    at the uala are Bradlex Renter,
    Jackie Fewer, Mitch Cordon.
    Gary Winston and Denni- Omel.
    Variety Women Planning Ball
    "Variety Worlds Fair Ball" will
    be the theme ol Variety Children's
    Hospital Women's Committee an-
    imal benefit dinner dance
    The black tie gala is set for Sat-
    urday in the Fontainebleau Hotel's
    Fast Ballroom
    Mrs. Adrian Thai, chairman, re-
    ports that the ball last year net-
    ted over 827.000 and that this year
    indications are that the proceed-,
    all of which go to the hospital, will
    be greater
    Co-chairmen are Mr- Jack C'our
    slum. Mrs Mack '; ind Mrs
    Irwin Green. In charge ol reserva
    tions is Mrs. Tcrryee Kaplan.
    I n addition t o fund-raising,
    Women's Committee members par-
    ticipate in volunteer services. Hos.
    pitality Gift Shop and Candy Strip
    ets teen-age volunteer corps at
    the hospital.
    Temple Sinai Sisterhood
    Mrs Seymour Shafran is accept
    ing reservations for a card part)
    to be held at her home on Wed
    ncsday. 8 p m sponsored by Tern
    pie Sinai Sisterhood
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    ky, January 29. 1965
    Jewlsti tlrriJter
    Paqe S3
    Idassah Unit
    jcial Matinee
    i Beach Chapter of Hadas-
    Innounces a special matinee
    r.i*t**-at the Coconut Orove
    louse on Sunday, Feb. 7.
    play, "Seidman and Son,"
    Broadway actor, Mcnai la
    hik. who "ill personally wel-
    ,. : 16 gro ipa ol the Miami
    |li Ha lassah Chapter, current-
    ijiir,. to build the John F.
    |i. s Memorial Building in
    ba U'ir..
    airmen arc Mrs Morris Ko
    land Mrs, Ben Zeigmund.
    tribute to the late Pros-
    wih be ihe new entrance
    Bug (o the Medical ('enter.
    Club Officers
    be Installed
    |l'.e Harold Spael will be key-
    speaker at the annual instal-
    pn ol ihe Golden Age Friendship
    i ol the Miami Bcaeh Y.M1IA.
    Baj ltd en Sunda). l :30 p.m.
    l;^( Spaet will .-peak on "The
    ili- 11 the Senior Citizen in To-
    Society."
    pfraiin II. Gale, executive clircc-
    of the v.M and YWHA ..i Great-
    I.Mianii. will install officers and
    umittec chairmen.
    kfficers for 196S will be Morris
    .stein, president: Mary Apple
    iirn. first vice president; Knima
    Jich. second wee president: Hen-
    ri Levy, treasurer; Anna Sclni
    financial secretary; Hose
    tz, recording secretary; and
    hnic Rosen, social secretary.
    kommittee chairmen are Sophie
    Inheim, refreshments; Minnie
    nn. sunshine; Mary Apple
    m. purchasing; Dora Watten-
    r_ prizes; Anna Schuster, wel-
    Diinu: Michael Tenenholtz, pub-
    itions; Vfar> Applebaum,
    i die Rosenberg,
    >ng highlights will lie the
    i. a ol ,i citation to Financial
    Iretary, Anna Schuster, who Is
    honored 'tor her outstand-
    tribution and sen ice to the
    ., | : .nil df many j ears.
    i iolden \ e Friendship
    i horal Group ill presenl
    am mi lor I lie dii pet i 'ii ol
    t B Barnctt
    ksvid Pinski
    >neg Shctbbaf
    iday Evening
    ka' '' Astor, president Da> i '
    Bsk: Folk School, announces the
    k< i meg Shabbat ol the school
    Hi hi Id mi Friday, s p.m., at
    I band Center, 842 Washing
    v e
    I its will be greeted by cul-
    r. hairman, Mendel Chomitz.
    ;* cal Personalities" will be
    i | ol Ihe lecture given b>
    ' in, principal of the
    tool Folk songs in Yiddish and
    I ill lie rendered by solo-
    ! :. "((. Packer
    larrations in Yiddish by Sam
    Ishkin and communitj singing
    der the direction <>t choir con-
    fetor Hen Yomen are also on the
    bsi am.
    Art Show At
    Beth Sholom
    Clothesline Art Show" of
    Nursery School. Temple Beth S
    Irin.-wil! be held on Wednesi
    evening at the Temple, accon
    to an announcement bj school
    rector. Mr>. Tobias Simon.
    Mrs. .hick Sandier and Mrs \
    Wilson are heading up Ihe c
    parents to arrai ge
    exhih Aged from 3 to 5 the c
    dren's irk will be displi yed
    paint, linger paint, claj a
    c rayon.
    Rabbi Leon Kronish, spirit
    leader ot the congregatii n,
    speak on "When Johnnj As -
    About God," followed bj a qu -
    Uon and answer period. Refn
    ments Will be served.
    Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan Is eh.
    man ol the Beth Sholom Ii' lig
    School Board ol Education.
    Members of Temple Israel Sis'erhood who
    modeled clothes manufactured in Israel at the
    second "Sound of Books" series breakfast held
    on Jon. 12 in Wolfson Auditorium are (left to
    right) Mesdames Arnold Rubin. L. Fogelman,
    Ben Samuels, Leonard Beldner. Stanley Wass-
    man. Rhea Gladwin and Julius Rosenberg,
    who has become an "angel" by underwriting
    the book review series for the next five vears.
    El Al Israel Airlines sponsored the breakfast
    and fashion show attended by over 350 ladies.
    Sullivan County Picnic
    Friends and visitors from Sulli-
    Duo in Charge
    Of Dancing Here
    Abraham Brownchweig and Si
    Levin have been in charge of I
    dance program of the Senior l
    izen Groups at the Miami and '
    ami Beach YM and YW1IA for I !
    past Two years.
    Before that, they offered th
    folk, square and social daniinjj
    struction to the Golden Age Gro
    ot the Mosholu Montefiore t'1
    munity Center in New York.
    Sessions are held at Miami. 8-
    Ave. and SW 8th St.. on Tuesda
    i lltllti"" iNIU tlIVlfl iiwiii >...* .-*.. imu +j t. wu van County. N.Y.. will gather for from 1 to :t p.m., and at the Mia
    a picnic at Crandon Park, parking Beach Y." 1530 Bay Rd., on W
    lot 2, pit 3. on Tuesday. nesdays from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
    Celebration will be ^ponsoied by eight members of the Bran-
    deis Group of Miami Beach Hadassah at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel en Monday noon. Feb. 8. Proceeds will be used for
    research on trachoma. Mrs. Biidie Curtiss. presidium presi-
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    Sunshim 3 Senior Citizens Melvin Richard. Mayor Lee How
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    John Edelman, president, ol v.
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    Friday. January 23. ji
    Toroh Hadassah Annual Bazaar
    Miss Fleishman
    In Peau de Soie
    Beth David was the setting for
    the M(Mding of Zehla Fleishman
    and John Michael-- Schwebel on
    Saturda) evening, Jan. 23. Rabbi
    Eliesejr Le\i and Cantor William
    Lipson officiated
    The bride is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs Louis Fleishman :J27u
    SW 20th St. Parents of the bride
    groem are Mr and Mrs. M. Max
    Schwebel, White Plains. N.Y.
    A formal dinner in Spector Had
    foQowed the ceremony.
    The bridal gown was fashioned
    ot peau de >oie and alencon lace
    which outlined the scooped neck
    line and was appliqued to the hem-
    line in a broad panel. The floor
    length >kirt fell to a chapel train
    ; nil pointed sleeves tapered to the
    wrists A matching pillbox with
    Iicon appliqued lace held the
    multi tiered illusion veil
    Wearing full-length gowns of
    rusal blue and emerald brocade,
    its included the bride's
    Bister, Ksielie Segal, matron 'i
    honor. Ellyn Kaufman, maid ot
    I i ira Schwebel, Anne
    s, tebel, sisters of the bride-
    groom, Shirley Cohen, and Son-
    (ira Rosenfleld, the bride's sister,
    bridesmaids Mrs. Fred Fleishman
    kept the ^ue-t book.
    Best man was Mitchell Nesser.
    Fred Fleishman, the bride's broth
    i Ualph Kreutzer and Fred lint
    ushere I
    N'ou attending the Universitj ot
    M ami, new Uri Schwebel Is a
    graduate of Miami High and at
    tended Dade Junior College
    The bridegroom is an alumnus
    < i Hackle) School for Boys m Tar
    rytown, N.Y. and the Universitj
    , Miami and is presentlv with the
    i le Count) School system
    (in their return from a honey-

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    MRS. JOHN SCHWEBEl
    i>oon .n Jamaica, the newly-weds
    will Uve at 7250 SW B3rd St, Plaza.
    Beth Dcvid todies
    Planning Cruise
    Beth David Sisterhood will spon
    -or .! cruise on the M V Bilu, sail-
    ig to N'as au and Freeport in the
    Bahamas
    The ship will leave Miami Fri-
    ia\ Mar I!'. at ."> 30 p.in and re-
    turn Mar 22
    in oharge ol reservations are
    Mrs Sylvia nek and Mrs. Kuth
    Syrop, who declared that this will
    he the last cruise ot the Bilu here
    before returning to Israel."
    Goldbergs Tell
    Sandra's Troth
    Mi and Mi- Samuel Goldberg
    5310 SW 3rd St., have announced
    the engagement of then daughter.
    Sandra to Salomon Wainberg. son
    ol Mr and Mr.v Jaime WaJnberg
    of San .lose. Costa Rica
    Mis> C.oldberg atienitcd Miami
    High and gradualed from the I'm
    \ersity ol Miami, cum laude She
    was a member ot Nu Kappa Tau.
    Alpha Lamba Delia. Phi Kappa
    Phi, Kappa Delta Phi. Joint Edu
    cational Council, and was cited
    for "Who's Who."
    She is currently working for a
    Master's degree at Teachers Col-
    lege. Columbia University in New
    York
    Her Bonce attended bigh school
    ii Detroit. Mich, later attended
    the University oi Miami Evening
    Division and graduated with a
    DBA in accounting. He wa.- a mem-
    ber ol Kela Alpha Psi He is cur
    rently with a CPA firm and work
    my towards a Masters In Business
    Administration at the Universitj
    ol Miami.
    I'he wedding is planned lor
    June 27th at the Seville Hotel
    Torah Uroup of Hadasah will
    held its annual merchandise ba-
    zaar anil hobby show on Monday.
    Feb. 8. at the Coral Cables Wo
    mans Club, lool F. Ponce de Leon
    Blvd., starting St noon and con-
    tinuing throughout the da\
    Member.- of the group have been
    bus) sewing, knitting, paint mc
    and ( lUecting items to be sold at
    bargain prices. Mam special items
    , There will also be a white elephant
    sale.
    Fund.- raises] provide Hadassah
    ,Mth vocational educational schol-
    arships.
    MISS SANDRA GOlDBtRC
    LEON SCHACHTERS
    YIDDISH-AMERICAN
    v.ii"nvAikj.i;
    ON STAG* "N PERSON
    JOHN GARSON
    Stnqmq Ccmecl'.in & Gintai >M
    DONNA EVANS
    ViridKh Italian S nger
    CHUCK PAYNE
    tnttfr nation ii I Singing Se- n.
    [fON SCHACHTtR I GITIL SHIN
    AND OTHERS
    ON SCREEN
    SUSAN MAYWARD in
    "BACK STREET"
    CINEMA
    '2ib WASHINGTON AVE.
    M.itmee Evening
    1.25
    Overall chaii men are "
    Lewison and Mrs. Murrj
    with Mrs. Hcnrj Shier
    at publicit>.
    Doughnut Sate Sund:.
    Junior teen agers,
    ninth grade, of Temp i
    are having a fund i
    Doughnut" sale on Sin
    to 12 noon in the Tempi,. pjrj
    lot. Co-chairmen ot the
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    itIM- I *-!
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    ... ^Arbout people and places...
    Zionist Leaders in Congress Report
    HJEST SVAR MYRON COHEN
    Traffic i" ihe 63rd St. block on Collins Ave. was
    Ibsolutely at a standstill as 1.300 women. aH
    ookiiie like living dolls, swarmed Into the Dean
    rille Motel to attend the tribute luncheon given
    j\ Women American ()RT. in henor of their
    Mi ah Mother* l!;ibl>i Irving l.ehrman and his
    u! Belle, just back from their exciting trip to
    Israel iwth looked wonderful. Myron Cohen was
    pi iis best Mayor Melvin Richard reminded
    panel that they had to be back at the same hotel
    [for dinner Among guestl were Mrs Mickey
    Ki'lus. Mrs. Capel Ascher. Mrs. Arthur Burrcl.
    Mr- Henry Gilbert. Mrs. John Pierce. Mrs. Inez
    [Krensky. Sirs Florence Kupperman. Mrs. Morris
    ll.ipp. Mrs Normnn Kline. Mrs Lawrence Preiss.
    Mr*. Dave Miller. Mrs. Sy Kronish. Mrs. I.ouis
    Barron. Mrs Henry Gewitz, Mrs. Paul Allen.
    [Mrs. Joseph Kanter, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
    land Mrs. Barf tlolri.
    *
    SHE BECAME A TEEN
    How best could Sheryl Malter celebrate be-
    Icoming a teen than by having twelve of her class-
    mates at Nautilus School meet her for lunch at
    the Pampered Pup then on to an afternoon of
    bowling? Her mother. Mrs Marilyn Malter. and
    grandma, Mrs Michael Miller, enjoyed watching
    the fun. Esta 'Mrs. Alani Bialcs hurried over on
    her lunch break from the Normandy Branch Ol
    the Miami Beach Public Library to wish Sheryl
    a happy birthday.

    DIC YOU KNOW?
    Gladys (Mrs. .lack) Pineberg slipped and tell.
    she dropped a bin bag of groceries. Nothing in
    the bat; was brokennot even an egg was crack
    id. But Gladys broke her ankle .
    Fay (Mrs Jack) Ablin attended the Col.
    Jacob Arve; Tribute Dinner m Chicago. She
    said thai when Deput} Prime Minister Abba
    .owe Gallery
    ixhibit Opens
    lere Tuesday
    Two i xhibitions one ol paint-
    i.:- the other i)t sculpti.lc uill
    ?pen al the Joe and ESmih Lowe
    Vrt Gallery of the University of
    liami on Tuesday
    Featured will be the works of
    kgurative paint.: Clay Hagewood
    |nd sculptor Abraham Blustein,
    both of whom have won numerous
    wards.
    An instructor al the Memphis
    Academy of Aits, Memphis, Tenn.,
    )agewood has exhibited at Smith-
    loniai Institution, the Librarj ol
    Congress, Palace ol the Lemon of
    Honor in San Francisco, George
    Pea body College Pallas Museum
    31 Fine Arts an I al other museums
    i niti-d States and Canada.
    Blustein, a noti d sculptor now
    L n in Florida, was a prizewin
    Her in a recent show ol the Sara
    sola Art Association. He has ex
    Jhibited at man> galleries, among
    jtliem the Corcoran Gallerj ol Art
    i ungton. I> < and the Vior
    n- i;..llcr\. New York Cltj
    Dr. Ciilsky Speaks Here
    n an addres. here at the Amen
    an Cancer Society's Cancer Care
    Nursing Institute. Dr. Jaeob Col-
    iky, director <>i medical oncology
    at Jackson Memorial Hospital, told
    el new drug developments and
    their potential in the treatment of
    cancer. "Through new programs
    oi multiple drug use. remissions in
    children with leukemia have been
    from one to five years.'- he re-
    vealed.
    El an looked around at the 4,000 people attend
    ing, he observed: "Plenty of chickens were cer-
    tainly prepared tor this -dmnw'-' .
    Pat (Mrs. Charles) Goldstein was thrilled be-
    cause lor the first time she was winning a tennis
    match from her worthy opponent Bann' She
    slipped and fell on a tennis ball and broke her
    leg .
    Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers enroute from
    her home in Coral Cables to Miami Beach tor
    j luncheon dale with M\ra (Mrs Aaron) Fan-
    had the experience ol following a herd of ele-
    phants all across the causeway. No. it wasn't a
    safari; they were circus elephants. The Myers.
    Pairs and Aaron Goldmans had just returned
    from a weekend in Nassau and Freeport .
    Mildred and Morry C.idney moved into the
    most divine house on No Bay ltd It could be
    called Gidne) Grand Central Station, especially
    on Sundays. Mildred has developed into the best
    fisherman of all. She baits her own line. too.
    In one hour while everyone was beating their
    brains out trying to outfish Mildred, she pulled
    in eleven fish, all big ones .
    MATTIE'S RAINBOW
    At the end of Mattie Washton's rainbow is
    the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center
    in Jerusalem. She was hostess to a luncheon for
    the Louis I) Brandeis Group of Hadassah in the
    Fontaine Itaom of the Fontainebleau Matties
    b.rtnuay was the same day as the luncheon Next
    to her. sat her daughter, Honey (Mrs A L.i Click-
    man, to nive her a big ki^s as she blew out the
    candles on her birthda> cake Among the well
    wishers were Mrs Sam Blank. Mrs Lee Vogel,
    \hv Fred Jo: as, Mis Carl Weinkle, Mrs Alex-
    inder Muss, Mrs Irving stark. Mrs Sol Morgan,
    Mrs. Bernard Berkley, Mrs. Joseph Rose, and
    \ir Leon Ell. Frances Lehman.
    Jim Bishop Eve
    En Hollywood
    Brandeis University Broward
    C tint) Women ( oin nittee was
    i. sponsor a special "evening with
    Jim Bish ip on Thursdaj at Tem-
    ple Beth F.l ol Hollywood al 8 p.m.
    Bishop, nationally-syndicated col-
    umnist and author, who now lives
    ,n Hallandale. was to describe his
    recent visil to Israel
    Two national leaders of the Zion-
    st Ornntmation of America who
    have iust returned as delegates
    [mm the 26th World Zionist Con
    tress in Jerusalem will bring a
    -peeinl report to the community
    "re at an open nimMiui sponsor
    cd by tho combined districts Of the
    aoA.
    The meeting, open to the public,
    il take plate on Thursday eve
    ling, I eh ;. at the Foiltameliliau
    llo'el
    Mortimer May, pasl national
    pte&i lent of the Zionist Organiza
    tion ol America, and the onlj del-
    gate from the South to attend the
    Congress, and Dr. Morton J. Rod-
    bins. noted surgeon and Zionist
    leader of Nashua. N. 11.. will de-
    iver the report.
    May i< president of the May
    | Hosiery Mills of Nashville. Tenn..
    i ind a winter resident of Miami
    Beaeh. He is a graduate of Colum-
    bia University, a Phi Beta Kappa
    and a nationally known leader in.
    the Reform Jewish movement Ho
    is honorary president for life of
    tin Southeast Region of the ZOA
    and has been a delegate to the last
    four World Zionist Congresses
    Dr. Bobbin-, a noted poet, au-
    thor and lecturer, Is assistant
    chairman of the National Execu-
    tive Council of the ZOA and na-
    Uo al chairman Of the American
    Zi nist Youth Commission. He is
    ! mder and honorary president of
    the American Physicians Fellow-
    ship Committee, the Israel Medical
    Association, founder and president
    it Camp Judaea, New England.
    Prof. Andre Bialolenki, chair-
    man oi the evening and program
    chairman of the Miami Beach Zion.
    st District, has announced that
    the nationally.lamous Israeli singer
    and accordionist. Ziggy Binor. will
    prc-ent a special program of Is-
    raeli and Yiddish songs at tha
    meeting,
    David Marcus Installation
    Col. David Marcus Post and Aux-
    iliary Jewish War Veterans ol the
    United Slates, will have its annual
    installation of officers for 1965-66
    at Washington Federal Auditori-
    um, fifw NE 167th St.. on Saturday
    evening, Feb <; A program of en-
    tertainment is planned.
    -.
    MR. AND MRS. COHEN
    Cohens to Mark
    50th Anniversary
    Mr and Mrs Samuel Cohen will
    celebrate their golden wedding an-
    niversary during the late Friday
    evening services, 8:13 p.m., at
    Beth Kodesh Congregation.
    Their two sons. Herbert Cole and
    Seymour Cohen, will conduct the
    sen U es
    Seymour Cohen will deliver a
    talk on 'Yea. I Have a Goodly
    Heritage "
    A reception in henor of Mr and
    Mrs Cohen will take place in the
    auditorium and patio following the
    services
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    *\ rw 1st ncrldian
    Friday, January 29,
    I9ct|
    (
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Judith April has ;i voice thai matches her last name
    Tin' lilting lift of her soft enthusiastic voice make- you
    dream <>t spring. Judith consideres herself a native Flor-
    idian because -hv moved from New York to Lakeland. Fla.,
    at the age Ol six She was r;usi(i in a traditional Jewish
    home, where both her fathei and mother were active in
    the synagogue One of her favorite memories is her mother
    as Sisterhood president for umpteen terms. She went to
    the University of Florida, where as a representative of her
    sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. she
    represented U ol F in an interfaith
    conference, little dreaming she
    would he mure vitally interested In
    religion in a shert time
    Judith met her future husband.
    Rabbi Samuel April, when ho
    came to Lakeland to fill his first
    pulpit. Judith twinkled as she
    -aid that all the girls say. "I'll
    never marry a rabbi." But Judith
    found out that being the wile ot
    a rabbi 1- exciting, inspiring and
    lun. Then, the Aprils moved to
    Miami, where he is spiritual lead-
    er "I Temple Or Olom. Their two
    children. Max Michael and Lu;i-
    beth Car;., keep Judith hus> at
    home, b'.-t she find- time to he active in Temple Or Olom
    Sisterhood, the National Women's League ol United Svna
    c i>! America and th< adult education group ol the
    Temple
    As soon a- the youngest is a little older Judith wants
    to broaden her base ot community participation Temple
    or Olom i- .. young con.'. and Judith finds it f...-
    ting to be included in the life cycle ol their verj own
    congregation She tries to go with the Rabbi on both
    his -...; and ha| pj missions They lov sports and go to all
    of the football Raines not scheduled on Fridays. Judith
    ;<> thai Miami has so much to offer and is anxious t<>
    take advantage of all of the cultural affairs here Rabin
    and Mi- Viril are bringing up their children in Miami in
    the Jewish in tional waj ot life, trying to instill in them
    ;ht fine riches < being a;: American but also teaching them
    tiie fulim oi their Jewish heritage
    Cooking is not one ol Judith's specialities; although
    alter years ol trial and error, she has developed a matzo
    ball that :- nol toe fluffy and not too hard. Judith says
    her Ral I is the perfect traveling panion
    Their first trip v ...- when Mike was six weeks old. and the-.
    v.iiit to Texas to \.-.' the Senior Aprils. Rabbi and Mr-
    Simon April From there, they drove to Mexico .'it\
    Lea children in Lakeland, the) hail one vacation
    in Puerto duo in addition t.> lovelj scenery and delight-
    ful per.-iii' i!,. \ mi-;, thej enjoyed the delicious TV diimc:-
    thai Herman Wolk has flown into San Juan One trip was
    to Colombia
    Judith is quiet and reserved, but always read) to work
    in whatever capacit) she i- needed, or give advice when
    Rabbi and his family and a young
    rowing i ;> together in their deep feeling lor Juda-
    ism prove .1 wonderful background for Judith April and
    her jov and delight in being part of it
    Rabbi's Father Guest Speaker
    ', Fridaj Kneseth l-
    .i i i ation i eaker
    n fta il Dr. 1 uis Lehrfield,
    chi ... [11 fatl er ol i;
    i i rfiel
    the I
    Di i.ii. field i I the
    liver il "i i ii ago nd i the
    wish Univei of Ami lie
    a past prei t ol the Rabbin-
    . .il i and ol
    tin- Cm ... i Rabbinical Council
    lie i- on the board ol the Jewish
    Universit) of America and the He-
    icademj ot Chicago. Dr.
    Lehrfield serves .<- chairman ol
    'he board -.>f the Northwestern Hos
    pital in Chicago
    Dr 1.' hi I.eld will speak on the
    life and personalit) of Rabbi Is-
    rael Salanter, the father of the
    Mussar movement in Europe
    Nussbaum, Gold
    In Noon Rites
    A hiith noon ceremonv on Sun-
    day, Jan 24, united the former
    Judith Ellen cold, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gold 2350
    SW 28th St.. and Stuart Aaron NUSS-
    haum. with I.ev William Lipson
    Officiating. Nuptials and reception
    v huh followed were held in the
    Assembl) Room of the Dupont
    Plaza Hotel
    The bridegroom i> the son of
    Mr. and Mr- Nathan Nu-shaiini.
    361 Jefferson Ave. follow 111- a
    honeymoon In Jamaica, he and his
    bride will live in Coral Cables.
    For the wedding the bride cho-e
    a formal -own of silk oryanza and
    chantilly lace It was fashioned
    with fitted bodice overlaid with
    lace, scoop neckline and lon point-
    ed sleeve- The sheath style skirt
    had waist to hemline lace panels
    on either side, and full, soft pleats
    falling to a chapel train. She car-
    ried a white continuation Bible
    covered with hybrid orchids and
    v hite phalaenopsis orchids tied in
    the streamers.
    Honor attendants were Mrs F.l
    liott Merman and Mis- Barbara
    Cold. Bridesmaids included At
    lene Cohen. Linda Hyman, Karen
    Feldman and Cindy Cold.
    Best man to the bridesroom was
    Eric Merlin with Elliott Bernian.
    Ronald Silver, Stewart Bakst and
    Richard Yankovv serving a- ushers.
    A graduate of Miami Senior High,
    Mrs. Nussbaum will receive a de-
    gree m elementary education from
    the University ot Miami in June
    Her husband, now connected with
    Reception Follows
    Kleiman Vows
    A reception followed the wedding
    olf Marsha Jane Fierce and Thom
    a Albert Kleiman at 7 p.m. on
    Saturday, Jan T.\ at the .I'.iscayne
    Terrace Hotel Rabbi Simon April
    performed the ceremonv
    Parents of the couple are Mr
    and Mrs. Bernard Fishkin. 1925
    SW 21sl St Dr. and Mr.-. Morris
    A Kleiman. 2368 SW 18th St.
    Attended by Mrs. Jerome Mo-
    ses the bride chose a floor length
    gown of taffeta with chantilly lace
    forming the bodice and sleeves.
    The skirt was styled with a chan-
    tilly lace panel and a train of
    taffeta. The bridal bouquet was
    a heart o| white roses
    Serving as best man was Rich-
    ard Pierce with Michael Shaw.
    Gerald Mark-. Larry Fishkin and
    Louis Greenwald, groomsman
    Following a honeymoon in Js
    maica the couple will live at 2477
    s\\ 19th 51
    Now working towards a Master's
    degree in history education at the
    University of Miami Graduate
    School, the bride graduated with
    honors from the Universit) ot
    Florida with a degree in art- in
    Education, She plans to teach -o
    cial studies at the high school
    level following graduation
    The bridegroom attended tin
    University Of Flor.ua tor two
    years and served lor three years
    with the Arm) Securit) Agency,
    stationed in Germany, lie 1- now
    completing requirements for a
    Bachelor degree in radio and TV
    communications at the University
    Fiedlers Reveal
    Miriam's Troth
    Hr. and Mrs. Michael 1
    1950 SW 1:1th 5t are ., -JIH,;
    the engagement ol then- rj,
    Miriam, to Steven K
    u Mr. and Mrs. Philip
    .her. i2:::.n SW roth ci
    The future bride. ;, studeni
    Geo r g e Washington 1
    school of Education in Wa<
    I). C attended the t
    Miami where she was

    v\. Kahi
    MKS. STUART NUSSBAUM
    Richard- Department Store, i- an
    alumnus of Miami Beach Senior
    High and the University of Miami
    School of Business.
    Attending the nuptials were the
    bride- grandmothers, Mrs. Hattie
    Fiering and Mrs. Georgette Gold,
    and the bridegroom's grandmoth-
    er, Mr.-. Blanche Nussbaum, ot
    New York
    vv n. 1 K.tlu
    M$. THOMAS KUINIAN
    Miami w here he i- new editor
    tin- school newspaper, Hum
    c.i no.
    of the Honor Societv \ (
    da Delta. She served ..- .
    ol Debs. BBG, and recot
    etary of Civinettes
    Now attending the in.
    Maryland Dental Colled
    more, Md., the bridi
    also attended the Univi
    Miami He was a mem be \/_\
    shield of David
    Pioneers Slate
    Joint Card Pcrty +
    Greater Miami Count
    leer Women is sponsorin
    card party ol all chapter-
    Mr- Oscar Zeltzer. vici
    deal of Golds Meir Club,
    chairman On the comm
    Mr-. Israel Ccrstcin. \i .1 n
    BoKakman and Mrs p.. y:
    tein
    Representing (oral c.r 1 Chi
    - Mr- S.im Davis, ami
    mah. Dr. Celia Dickman
    The affair will take
    Wednesday. 1 p m., in thi
    Marsh Auditorium v
    >o to Child Rescue Fund I
    Israelite Center
    Installation Set
    At Friday evening 1
    Pabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-I
    itual leader of 1-1 ael
    will install newlv eie.
    and board members
    The following have In 1
    president. Max Parness v
    [dents, Mbert Zism in Ja<
    son, Ben Segal; financial
    tarv. Chester Lei'er. recordil
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    urer, Max Garshag; Bet -
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    I'.o.I'd members Josenh \
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    her-.: Sol Koenigsberg, Sai
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    is. Lydia Shenkin, N'al SI
    Meyer Simon. Louis Sonsk) *
    11- Vanowiti
    Copf. Gardner to Speak
    Next regular meeting
    raelite Center w ill be held
    day. B 30 p in In the S01
    Guest speaker will be 1 -
    Gardner, ol El M Ail ine
    u ill narrate the film
    rael Todaj Cap! Gardn 1 -
    former pilot ol the Isn \
    Force who fought in thi
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    ov. January 29. 1965
    Jewish Her Mian
    Paqe 9-B
    itrvyiinctlyj
    yours,
    h
    pp
    emple Menorah Sisterhood
    presented its annual Stairway
    the star- Luncheon and Fash-
    Ion Show on Wednesday atter-
    oor in the Starlight Root 01 the
    ),-;.! note i ib members mod-
    1,,. g comph '< new collection
    from Lewis Fashions, and their
    nit.in''- \.ei created by J.
    l!.il< i. <) e-- ere greeted by
    Mrs. Elsie ":-k>. president, in
    nd white abstract
    print h si ith a low scooped
    neckline rt sleeves
    Luncl eon n man. Mrs. Her-
    bert Kaplai i- in a striking
    ic pink I ensemble. Her
    dec ilet i bad a matching
    short fitte -t which featur-
    ed ;i rutl irtrait neckline ot
    silk organic Ker vice chairman.
    Mi- Jack sej.il, chose a porce-
    lain bli shift with the
    pleated quarter length
    sleeves 'led neckline in
    ;. Milton Singer
    lame shirtwaist
    hat. Mr- Selma
    te was embroid-
    teads on the fit-
    Newman selected
    nice piece silk
    in nav> and
    -ilk blouse had
    and her iackel
    Limming walk
    jngerine-colored
    Ih.....pie knit was worn
    I. [rs : Prince. %i th red the popular
    i ne Beverly Gins
    bi v a ite blue silk with
    shorl Jacket, white
    i ii i at t kline and brace-
    :i. \ charcoal flan-
    nel ensem is chosen by Mrs
    lti-i m for the after
    noon. ice ol her dress
    wa> ol a skin, a wide
    k < ti bell encircled
    h \. er straighl cul
    i | !. $th
    i- \ Harrow's beige
    and cini ool suit had a
    cinnam I mandarin-col-
    Bright B<>! ri"'
    Sol Prankel.
    . ilured a tunic
    i< h was double
    in the A line
    double breasted
    irn by Mrs. Saul
    . pale gr > Ital-
    -. Jules Slansky
    >ce bone cos
    ie boucle wool
    hie white
    l .o the cowled
    neckline was the choice of -Mrs
    Moe Kurman. Mrs. Ben KrovetZ
    chose the popular navy blue nau-
    tical-inspired knit.
    EMPLE Judea. of Coral Ga-
    Daughter Luncheon and Fashion
    Show on Sunday afternoon at the
    Beefster Restaurant. Children's
    clothes were modeled from the
    Pride and Joy Shop, lingerie by
    Acine's, and women's day and
    evening wear was from Doling-
    cr's in Dadcland. Again. .1. Baldi
    created the coiffures. Chairman
    for the day was Mrs. Hyman Bel-
    kin. She wore an off-white silk
    shantung sheath skirt and match-
    ing overblouse, which was banded
    in orange.
    Mrs. Jay Bearman chose a can-
    ary yellow silk suit, which was
    collarless and buttoned down the
    front. Rust and green were inter-
    woven in the two-piece knit
    which Mrs. Irving Schwartz wore.
    N'avy blue wool boucle with a V-
    neckline and three-quarter length
    sleeves was the choice of Mrs.
    .lack Matza. Mrs. Milton Gold-
    berg's emerald ureen and white
    f
    w. i in r-Knhr
    MRS. IRWIN KAT1
    Kotz, Wiesel Will
    Live in Gables
    After Honeymoon
    Coral Gables will be the future
    home of newly-wedded Mr. and
    Mrs. Irwin Robert Katz following
    a honeymoon trip to Jamaica.
    The former Doreen Eva Wiesel,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry
    Wiesel. 1417 Lenox Ave., and the
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz.
    550 NE 158th St.. were married on
    Saturday evening. Jan. 23. at the
    Feldman, Nemeth
    Exchange Vows
    Muriel Nemeth and Dr. Sam-
    uel A. Feldman were married on
    .Sunday. Jan. 24. at the Deauville
    Hotel.
    The bride is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. .lack Nemeth. 6366 SW
    13th St. A graduate of Miami Sen-
    ior High School, she has served as
    administrative assistant to the
    Dade County Child Guidance Clin-
    ic. She will continue her studies
    at the University of Miami.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feld-
    man. 18715 N\v 10th ft., the bride-
    groom received his BS degree at
    New York University and his MS
    and PhD degrees in psychology at
    Yeshiva University.
    Chief clinical psychologist at the
    Dude County Juvenile Court P.-y-
    chintric Clinic he also serves on
    the board of directors of the .Men
    tal Health Society of Greater Mi-
    ami, as director of the Council on
    Preventive Education and is con-
    sulting director of the Florida
    (riirtlens Children's Center.
    Attending the bride were Mrs.
    liarrett M. POthenberg, matron of
    honor. Miss Marlene Goldner,
    maid of honor, and Miss Lori Poth
    ei.berg. flower girl.
    Attending the groom were Mor-
    ton Feldman. best man. Philip
    ! oldman. ring bearer. Ronald
    Feldman. M.D.. Jerome Cohen.
    Barrett M. Pothenberg, Larry
    Pothenberg. Oscar Bu r s t e i n .
    Doimlns Nemeth. and Norman Cl-
    ment.
    After a honeymoon in Mexico
    City and Aeapulco. the couple will
    live in North Miami Beach.
    MBS. SAMUft KIDMAN
    Rabbi Ri&'ifer fo Talk
    l!:i!)l)i Harol i llichtcr will ad-
    dres- a Sunda> Si to I w tip at
    Temple Be h Shi in on sunda; ..t
    ii :is a.m on i> ffi ren
    tween Our Pn D. j Religi i
    Groups In Judaism."
    accents
    silk print sheath had the cowled Deauville Hotel.
    neckline. A two piece, bone-col-
    ored lace was worn by Mrs. Ed-
    ward Blackmail Mrs. Jack Pal-
    ot came to watch her grand
    daughter model and chose a navy
    silk with white lace applique
    down the front of her dress.
    A YELLOW raw silk sheath
    ^ with a matching jacket was
    the choice of Mrs. Joe Fromkin
    Mrs Fllis Robins was in a shock.
    ing pink lightweight two-piece
    wool An unusual beige Italian
    knit with peach colored flowers
    crocheted on the front of the
    overblouse and skirt was worn
    I) Mrs Art Apple. Mrs. Joe
    Krefetz's double knit cotton fea-
    tured a black and white hounds
    tooth .heck, and was long sleev-
    ed with a cowl collar.
    Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated
    and a reception followed.
    Honor attendant to the bride
    was Stella Katz. with Monique
    Bernstein and EUsa Katz as flower at the Temple
    Adult Courses
    At Temple Judea
    An eight-week course of adult
    education QHMSes at Temple Or
    Olom, sponsored bj the Bureau ol
    Jewish Education, will have its
    second session on Mondaj evening
    for Beauty
    i.i i. d i
    v. .1 W<
    Ih"- silk .
    length .
    breaste I
    silhnui"
    line wa- als
    1 there
    i.i:, kn:'
    v a: in :i
    i
    knit shif
    si r prii
    girls. Robert Wiesel served as best
    man and ushers included Arnold
    Wiesel. Alan Ehrlich. Marshall
    Abel. Jack Myers. Jay Brooks and
    Roger Brooks.
    For the ceremony, new Mrs.
    Katz chosp an imported pure silk
    brocade gown fashioned with fit-
    ted bodice, long sleeves, and A-
    line skirl falling to a regal train.
    The silk illusion veiling was held
    by a matching brocade open crown,
    and she carried a cascade of lily-
    of the-valley and white orchids.
    The bride is a graduate of Lear
    School and has a degree m ele-
    mentary education from the Uni-
    versity of Miami. A marinate of
    North Miami Senior High, the
    bridegroom will receive a degree
    in accounting from the University
    Subjects covered, from 8 to 9
    p.m.. will include Hebrew and his-
    tory ; from 9 to 10 p.m.. lecture-
    discussion on -What We .lews Be-
    lieve."
    Jewish family living chairman is
    Nlrs. Emery Green.
    Faculty members are Benjamin
    N'iedwzetzki, Louis Schwartzman,
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Rabbi Sam-
    uel April. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff.
    Rabbi Morris Skop. Rabbi Hershel
    Brooks. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
    "* j
    PRATT* LAMBERT
    Lyt-all
    Mrs. Al Jacobson was one ol
    the many mothers whose daugh-
    ter appeared in the show. She
    watched while wearing a burnt
    orange raw silk suit. Black silk
    with a matching jacket was worn of Miami in June
    by Mrs. Richard Horwich. Multi- ^z
    colored horizontal stripes bright-
    ened the bodice of her sheath.
    Mrs Ben Goldman was in a mint
    green nubby wool sheath with
    a coordinated floral print wool
    jacket. Her daughter Shelly was
    one of the models.
    Hemophilia Auxiliary
    Reservations for the Hemophilia
    Auxiliary of Miami Beach meeting
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    by Mrs. Delia Delancey \ pro-
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    lunch.
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    Friday, January 29, 1963
    Adrian Pollack
    Elected President
    Adrian (Hta Pollack waa recent-
    ly .letted lo >erve as president of
    jtopai n nal B'ritti Girls
    Since JMntng the gpoup ] ttree
    mi ,i |o she has aon ad aa \ ice
    president in charge ol hind raising,
    acording secretary, chaplain, and
    sergeant-at-arms.
    sin- i> a graduate ol the Great
    ar Miami Hebrew Academy and
    utpects to graduate from South-
    west Senior High School in June,
    At the same time, she will also
    u' graduating from the Bureau of
    k'wish Education's Hebrew High
    School.
    Adrian lives at MOO sw 20th St,
    and is the daughter Of Mr and
    Mrs Nat Pollack.
    Mr Pollack is employed by the
    Qlllf American Land Corporation
    as its director of customer rela-
    tions.
    Phyllis Oilier at Deauville
    Phyllis DiHer. world tamed
    housewife turned comedienne, ar-
    rived at Miami Beach's Deauville
    Hotel this week to begin an aa
    gagement in the hotel's nigM club,
    he Casanova Room. On Friday
    i hi. she will be joined by singer
    F.n/o Stuarti, also on the showbill.
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    3randeis Group of Hadassah awards Mrs. Matilda Washton
    renter* the Woman of Valor of the Year Award at a luncheon
    .it the Fontainebleau Hotel last week. Mrs. Washton was
    oitess of 'he affair, attended by more than 300 patrons. Pro-
    :eeds will go to the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.
    Left is her dauqhter. Mrs. Honey Glickman. Right is Mrs.
    Henrietta Jonas, organizer of the group and past president of
    ne Miami Beach Chapter.
    Camp Judaea Rallies Slated
    Lutsky Will
    Talk Friday
    Israel Lntsky, known as 'the
    Jewish Philosopher," will address
    a meeting of the Health and Hap-
    piness Club on Friday. 1:30 p.m..
    in the Auditorium of Washington
    Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
    A commentator on radio station
    A'FVD in New York tor the past
    :o years, Lutsky's topic will be
    'Chasing Rainbows "
    Moderator for the program will
    >< Harry Kershaw.
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    mary 29. L865
    * Jewish Ihrldton
    Paqe 11-3
    #
    3residents of leading North Dade synagogues are
    leeling on behali of the North Dade Combined Jewish
    program with Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of
    P^ Emanu-El and 1965 CJA chairman. A mid-March din-
    an behalf of 'he campaign is being planned by the syna-
    , Left to right are Merle Michaels, president of Beth
    Congregation; Irvinq Seidel, North Dade CJA coordin-
    ftabbi Lehrman; Richard Sneider, president, Beth Torah
    |p[egation; and Bertram Levy, president, B'nai Raphael
    Congreaation.
    High-Rise Drive For CJAppeal
    fOR RELATED SJORItS PAGE IB, 12-B, 5-C
    events, a cocktail part) for
    ai House resident*) on Tues
    ud ;i brunch for Belli' Plaza
    Its on Sniuiax. Peb, 7, will
    nh! Residents Division ac-
    on bchult ol the Combined
    Appeal, it was announced
    Irving Lehrman. campaign
    D.iii. and John Serbin. chair
    )1 the Residents drive
    . Jacob M. Away, nationally
    Jewish philanthropic leader;
    Blank, chairman of Truitorn
    Greater .Miami Jewish Fed
    ii; Carl Weinkle. past presi
    ol the Federation, and Sam
    k. a leading Miami House
    campaigner, have Invited
    imperial House neighbors to
    incktail part) on behalf ol the
    ..impaii'ii in the Red ROOBI Of
    Imperial House at .") p.m.. Tues-
    ~At that time, residents of Im-
    perial House will have the oppor-
    tunity to meet Dr. Irving Lehr-
    Mn CJA campaign chaii man,
    in a discussion of his recently-
    eerrp! ted mission to Israel and
    la Europe, where he studied the
    progicims ^nd the needs of the
    United Jewish Appeal and its af-
    filiated agencies.
    Residents of Belle Plaza Apart
    monts have been invited 1'v wil
    li.uii Bernstein, also ;i lea lor of the
    ( ombinod Jewish Appeal, to brunch
    at ihe Belle Plaza Restaurant on
    Sunday, Feb. 7. at 11 am
    Artliur s. Roaiohan. executive rector <>i the Greater Miami Jew
    ish Federation and Combined Jew
    i.-h Appeal, will discuss the work
    '1 CIAs 4] agencies. Rosichan par-
    ticipated in the recent inaugural
    flight between Israel and Bulgaria,
    launching commercial and passen-
    ger air transportation between the
    two countries
    "The two Residents meetings in-
    dicate the outstanding support
    thai the residents of the high-rise
    apartments are offering as their
    support "i Combined Jewish Ap
    peal.'' Dr. Lehrman said,
    "Whether t be a question of care
    ol the aged, vocational guidance,
    illness, programs for the family,
    much needed counseling, or the
    advam >menl ol Jewish education,
    thej understand the importance ol
    r i ampai -
    o U of M Teachers Stated
    mple u lea announces the sec-
    ol ight in a sines oi lecture-
    oi on "Religion Ret isit-
    in the Temple Reception Hall
    undaj ul 10 :11 a m
    ,'i nest speakers will give an
    es- on I- Religion a Neces-
    Predicate to Morality and
    r. Edward W. Schuh, associ-
    PJgt professor of philosophy, Uni-
    ersity of Miami, was the recip-
    of teaching fellowships at
    University of Buffalo and
    vard, aid holds the PhD de-
    free from Harvard.
    Re 1954, he has been associ
    with 'In Universit) of Mi-
    He i the c" author of "A
    Firn in Mode in Logic,"
    b written articles In the
    ual ol Phil soph) Philosophy
    Phenoi cm logical Research,
    Mind
    |)i .lames T. Tcdcschi, assistant
    icofessor oJ psychology, University
    il Miami, graduated from the uni-
    versity, and attended the Univer-
    sit) of Mi< liigan, where he obtain
    ed the I'bl) degree. He was assis-
    tant professor of psychology at
    Utah st.ite i Diversity, and has had
    aituii- published on civil defense,
    psycholog) and international rela-
    tions, and the concept of deter
    rence
    Synagogues in No.
    Dade Promise
    Assistance to CJA
    North Dade Synagogues, thcr'
    rabbis n:u\ presidcBt are going all
    out to p'an an outsta"diiV4 com
    muu lywklc evenl on bchaii el
    Combined Jewish Appeal in mid
    March, it it/Stf hiuiouikc'I lv livm
    Seidel. vo'unlecr coordinator ol
    the North Da/le camMill).
    Seidel and Paul GeJdfclatt, rep
    resviitiiii; Combined Jewish Ap-
    m-a1 received I be soppo't a"tl as-
    surance of Dr. Sol Niissbaiim
    president, and Kahbi Slierwin
    St auber. -mritual leader ol YotHU
    Israel. Tbey pledged their syn.i
    go .'lie's support of QJA and of the
    March evenl and announced tha'
    they are in the process of forming
    a committee of synagogue leader;
    to give Youn Israel's "full assist-
    ance to the program."
    Seidel and Go'dblatt spoke to
    27 board members of Congrega-
    tion B'nai Raohael and received
    through Rabbi H'rold Richter.
    Bertram Levy, president, and
    board chairman, Jerry Green-
    field, assurances "that B'nai
    Raphael Congregation will join
    other leading North Dade syna-
    gogues in support of CJA's 41
    agencies around the corner and
    around the world."
    "The cooperation we are n con
    "8 from the North Dade syna
    gogues indicates that they, too, are
    aware ol the needs of our com
    munity and the role of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation and CJA
    in helping all in time oi need,"
    Seidel declare I
    1 look forward to our meetings
    with the leadership ol the other
    North Dade congregations, and 1
    am certain thai our CJA dinner
    will be an outstanding affair.'"
    Talmud Seminar
    Back on Air
    Rabbi Pinchas M. Teita will
    launch the llth year of his Talmu-
    dic Seminar ol the Mr in this arc:
    . s i la) from : 30 to 2 p m o'
    WMIE Broadcast live from the
    in : Hotel, the program uili
    bi hi ul weekl) throughout the
    u inter season
    It was 13 year- ago thai Rabbi
    iTeitz founded the Talmudic Sem-
    inar. "Dal llashovua." in New
    York, the in-t time that a radio
    program attempted to teach the
    Talmud on the air.
    Broadcast In Yiddish, but easil)
    understood even by those with
    limited knowledge of the language,
    the program now attracts ovc
    200.000 llisteners on Saturda)
    nights it is heard in Chicago, Bos
    ton. Montreal and rebroadcast in
    Israel
    Spiritual leader in Elizabeth,
    N ,i Rabbi Teitz is dean of Mesiv-
    ta ol New Jersey and a member
    ol the presidium, Union of Ortho-
    dux Rabbis oi I nited States and
    Canada.
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    Friday, January 29, 1965
    Seminars Listed For Teachers
    Teacher seminars and new Be
    motors oi teacher study by the
    Bureau ol Jewish Education have
    been announced bj Joseph Cohen.
    lent.
    Dr Robert E Henricks, Depart
    in, University '(
    ni, addressed the fourth ses
    -. inat sport
    son Bureau ol Jewish Ed-
    t Coi grega-
    T< achers of
    i the new offices
    ol the Bureau, MO Lincoln Rii He
    d Science in the Pre
    Scl ol."
    Dr. Williams
    Slated in Talk
    Regular meeting of North shore.
    Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will he held
    M ndaj p m at Temple Ner
    Tamil!.
    Prof. H. Franklin Williams, dean
    ot Universitj C illege. Universitj
    of Miami, will he guest speaker.
    Dr. Williams, who i- a recipient
    ot the Leonard L Abcss Human
    Relations Award, will speak on
    "BrotherhoodOur Responsibility
    Now "
    A question and answer period
    will follow. Members and guests
    are invited.
    Views on the Bible
    Tuesdaj meeting of Chug Ivri,
    Hebrew-speaking group of No,
    Miami Bcaih. scheduled for 2
    p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. will
    hear Dr Solomon Simon, author
    and lecturer of New York, speak
    en "Various Views on the Bible"
    On Wednesday, Prof. Andre
    Bialonlenki, director of the
    Whitefield School, will discuss
    "Story Tellina in the Pre-School"
    at the firtfT session of the itmt^
    nars at the Bureau offices at
    8:15 p.m.
    The annual seminar for Hebrew
    teachers will begin on Friday.
    i 12, to a m.. .ii the Bureau of-
    fices The seminars will include
    model lessons and Ii i ns on
    the teaching ol Hebrew. Bible, his-
    torj and testing, and will involve
    teachers and educational directors
    of Jewish schools. Dr. Nathaniel
    Sorofl will direct the five seminar
    sessions.
    Beth Torah is the scene of two
    educational efforts ol the Bureau
    of Jewish Education. On Jan. 2".
    the Bureau initiated a special class
    In teaching methods for the Sun-
    day School under the direction of
    Louis Schwartzman. director, stu-
    dent teachers of Beth Torah Con
    gregation, B'nai Raphael, Temple
    Sinai. Temple Beth El of Holly
    v ood are registering for the course
    College of Jewish Studies oi the
    Bureau meeting at Beth Torah con-
    tinues its second .semester on.
    Thursday evenings at 8 p.m.. of-
    fering courses in Hebrew and a
    special course in history lor Jew
    ish teachers. The faculty includes
    Herbert 7.\ i Berger, associate di-
    rector of the Bureau. Abraham .1.
    Gittelson, education director of
    Beth Torah Congregation, Rabbi
    Shimon Azulay, on the staff Ol the
    Hebrew Academy and the Bureau'-
    Central Hebrew High School, and
    Benjamin Altschuler, instructor at
    Temple Menorah.
    Leaders oi the Professional Division of Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal are shown with A. B.
    Wiener, chairman of the Professional Division,
    during the division's first organizational meet-
    ing, where it was announced that the Accoun-
    tants Division, first professional group to hold
    a CJA function, had already egualed its 1964
    support of the campaign and was well on
    the way to meet its pledge of a total goal of
    S30.000 for 1965. Left tn right cie Arnold 3'em,
    Accountants co-chairman with Ralph Weis-
    bard; Al J. Beer, Accountants chairman; Mi-
    ami Attorneys co-chairman, Kenneth M.
    Myers; co-chairman of Trades end Profes-
    sions, George Talianoff; and Professional Di-
    vision Chairman Wiener.
    Westview Golf Tourney Feb. 4
    Sabra Danceis are one of the many highlights featured in
    :he "Echoes oi Israel" pioduction at Miami Beach Auditorium
    on Fee. Also starred are Shoshcna Damari, inter-
    national song stylist; the Four Ayalons, comedy guartet; and
    bunions'. Bernie Bems.
    Third annual Westview (ielf
    Tournament and stag dinner on
    behalf of the Greater Miami .lew
    ish Federation will feature golf,
    cocktails, dinner and cards, .-tart
    il)8 St 12:30 p.m Thursday. Feb.
    4. it was announced bj Dr. Nor
    man s Jaffc, chairman.
    Tin- year, the club is sponsoring
    tin' event, and David P. Catsman.
    Herbert Login and Carl Weinkle
    have been chosen a- co-chairmen
    lor the activity on behalf of 41 out
    -; inding philanthropic agencies
    "We are pleased that in the
    two years we have held this
    event, our club has made great
    strides in leadership of our com-
    munity and of our Federation,"
    Dr. Jaffe declared. "The ad-
    vance response to our Feb. 4
    event assures me that we will
    have a record number of mem-
    bers participating."
    Members <>! the committi i
    ina v. ith the club in presentat on
    i>t the da) include, in .ol lit ion t"
    I tirman and < o-chaii i
    S Mi v cr. president, and the
    follow.... bi rs ot the Board
    01 1i and ottu i
    Col Dudlej l> Brodie Melvin
    .1 i ohen Jack I. Daner, Daniel 1..
    Gilman, Lawrence Marks, Sidney
    Mi >i r, In l.' sti r Russin, John N,
    S< bin, 1 ouis B Spitzer, Leonard
    E. Treister, B .' Wagner and Wil-
    liam A Weintraub
    Sen ing on the commit I
    large are Leonard L. Abes-. Jacob
    M. Arvey. David R. Baloah. Harry
    Barnett. Michael Bright, Melvin
    Chasen, S. Robert Cooper. Dr.
    Richard E. Deutch. Dr Edward
    Galler, Jack Goldberg, Burl S
    Halt.
    Also, Isadora E Hecht, Samuel
    F. Hillman. Ernest Janis. Sam w.
    Kiviat, Artie KravitZ, Sidney I.ef
    court Joseph If. Upton, Harry
    Markowitz. Max Matz. Dr Donald
    M Michnoff, A. .1 Molasky.
    Also, Stanley C Myi rs, Abra-
    ham I. Nadler, Ben Novack, Dr
    Harold Rand. Robert A Kautt.ord,
    Sam l) Ruby, Sidney .1 Rudolph.
    Stanh s < Tate and Lewis F Zorn.
    % 'wk
    Beach Official
    To be Specker
    Jack Wood) recreation diroi
    of M iaini Bei < h, will
    .!'ii- oi the Miami
    B< ach l odge of B'nai B'rith Tues-
    day noon .it the club's weekly
    luncheon meeting at the DiLido
    Hotel
    Sti ti Mton i j Richard E i< i
    stein -poke at Tuesday- Ii
    eon. continuing the weeklj series
    under the chairmanship ol Ger
    S Miller and co-chain
    Irving Schatzman,
    Lod Presidi ni < '<> raid Schw
    listed future speakers at the lunch
    eon-, open to all local and \ i-iHiil;
    members of B'nai B'rith chapters
    and lodges .i> Metro Mayor buck
    Hall, i i b 9; past president. Herb-
    ert I. Heiken, Fcb 16; and author
    Hat ry Simonhoff, Feb 23
    Temple Sinai Course
    Integrated Bible and Hebrew
    study inurse for adult- is contin-
    uing at Temple Sinai with the next
    Session to be held Monday at 8 lit)
    p in
    A pleage by Hebrew teach-
    ers, many of whom contrib-
    ute a full day ? pay to Coin-
    ed Jew: that
    agqest-
    ed rcent to
    was
    by Rabbi
    Shimon Azulc sident of
    v : tors Al'.i-
    _e cl Gre '. imL
    Torah Weekend
    At Synagogue
    : dication of t
    bj lacob J. L ill
    ph e Feb. 5. t at the Ja-
    Cohen ( itj Sj na-
    i
    Jacob C. Co'., nder, will
    ate the synaj izah
    m -. turdaj I l 8:30 in .
    there will i new Torah
    n in man I :; 01 Rabbi Dr.
    Mi -, Safra on Feb. v. al
    2 p m.
    Rabbi Tibor Sti i officiate
    B! all ,-ervice- I ink a
    ! .. i weekend at : i synagogue,
    Specializing in Personal Income Tax
    for Professional and Business Men
    oficilia i
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    Left to right are Frank Strafaci, tournamen' di- Bill Graham, Mickey Traina and George Buck,
    rector at Doral Country Club Hotel in Miami head pro. The Doral is known to its many
    and top amcteur golfer, giving tips to Doral's gues's as the "Taj Mahal" of golf,
    four-man teaching staff, including Ed Bush,
    ;at
    n
    yjaj


    29. 1965
    +Je*lsli florMian
    Paqe 13-B
    K^ar Ber Pallol Abraham (Ireece and Mrs. Coldie
    K son of Mr. and Pearlstein.
    Pallot. will be Bar
    ^: I-,- Beth Am on I Mitchell Pearl
    r .Ian 30 Mitchell TOmas, son of Mr. and
    : > an eighth grade Mrs EUlol Pearl. 425 W. 29th St..
    ,:,!- Miami Junior "jl1 Ba'" M"?vah ?n Satu!J,a.i
    morning, Jan. 30, at temple Beth
    Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
    ciating.
    Mitchell is a student of the Beth
    sholom confirmation class of 5726.
    ..--.::-. v .-
    Steven Pallot
    Barry and Carry fatke
    Mitchell Pearl
    Richard Desser
    d Garry Faske
    A. I.evi and Can
    Lipwn will officiate
    Saturday morning,
    ': David Syna :ogue
    i..i rarry I-'askc. twin
    and Mrs. Maurice
    ,"K 51 si St., will be
    Ohev Shalom
    Building Plans
    Crystal Chapter Tea
    Laura First
    Laura Lee, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Richard First, will celebrate
    her Bas Mitzvah on Friday. Jan
    29, al Beth Mo-he Congregation.
    Habbi Richard Marcovitz and Can-
    Garrj are grandsons ,,. Seymour Hinkes will officiate.
    r- Philip Segall, who \ oneg Shabbal In Laura Lee's
    tembers of Beth Da- honor will follow the
    Their mother. pCpiel Hall.
    ske is assistant \ Laura is > student of
    A membership tea was hosted by
    Mrs. Herman Oberman al her
    Secocnd annual dinner of Ohev home on Cleveland Rd.. tor the
    Shalom Congregation was held on Chrystal chapter ol the Asthmatic
    Jan. n at the Sterling Hotel Plans Children's Foundation Jan. 26.
    for (he new building, which will Speaker- and entertainment fol-
    be located on Bonita Dr. and 71st lowed.
    High Court OKs
    His Practice
    St.. Miami Beach, were shown at
    the affair.
    Master Hi ceremonies was liar-
    j jn old Shapiro, former mayor of Mi-
    ami Beach. Councilman Malvin
    geth Englander brought gretings from
    \ and their uncle.
    Segall
    e eighth grade
    v> ademy. Thej are
    Ctive in track
    Judge Sidn
    The MB
    at the I)
    Boy
    and bomw:
    A recepi
    be held at l
    I Richard Suffer
    Richard
    LeO^Mp-r '' Baysule Lane,
    wiO^^B}'..' '..."..ill Temple
    Moshe Hebrew School ami attends
    Miami shore- Blementarj
    Carol Feldman
    Friday evening services, Jan
    29, at Temple Ner Tamid will in-
    noring them will ll,,,l' ""' ,;;|> Mvth of Carol
    Feldman Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
    will officiate
    Daughter of Mrs Herman Feld-
    man, 9117 Carlyle Ave Card is
    a stud,'lit at Nautilus Junior High
    and the Temple's Religious School
    David Adin
    Met"? rah Saturda) morning.
    Jaal
    W'' student of the re-
    mt- and also attends
    N"3 K Jur r High.
    Uki '! r Abramowitz and
    the City of Miami Beach.
    Rabbi Alexander Cross, princi-
    pal ot the Greater Miami Hebrew
    Academy, was guesl speaker.
    Guest of honor, Jack D. Gor-
    don, in Washington, D. C, for
    the Presidential inauguration,
    was represented by Jerry Sail,
    vice president of Jefferson Na-
    tional Bank, who read the hon-
    oree's telegram of greetings.
    Sam Arnold, president of Ohev
    Shalom, and Sam Bosenman, sec-
    Center Becomes
    Temple Beth Tov
    Temple Beth Tov. former South
    west Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th
    St.. West Miami, will honor Mr
    and Mrs Murray Simon at a testi-
    monial dinner on Mar 27 at the
    Sterling Hotel
    The Simon- on Yom Kippur
    ma le a pledge oi S7.500 to the
    Tempi'' to have the name changed
    from Smithwe-t Jewish Center to
    Temple Beth Tov. which in He-
    brew means House of Goodness.
    The donation was presented in
    memory of the Simons' departed
    parents and their son. Tobias
    Mark R. Rubin, of the law firm
    Tobin, Rubin. Salmon. Drucker
    Moss, 1099 Ponce de Leon
    Blvd., Coral Gables, was admitted
    to practice before the I S. Su
    I reme Court in ceremonies held
    Monday.
    Witnessing the event was his
    .' ife, Susan
    Mr and Mrs. Rubin remained in
    Washington to attend the inaugu-
    ral of President Lyndon B John-
    son and were guests of Sen Claude
    Pepper at a luncheon held at the
    House ol Representatives Restau-
    rant.
    retary. received scroll- of Honor onH.holl SimoM who ,os1 lus ,,.
    while in the service ot his coun
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of- for "outstanding service to the
    ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Da- congregation." The citations were
    vid Adin on Saturdav morning, presented to them by Rabbi I'hin
    Jan 20, at Temple Ner Tamid, eas A. Weberman. Ohev Shalom's
    David is the -on of Mrs. Mollie spiritual leader.
    Adin. 915 8"th St and attends the In attendance at the dinner were
    Temples Religious School also Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Wall-
    A reception in the celebrant's man. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Bron-
    honor "ill follow the ceremony, stem. Habbi and Mrs Meyer Lie-
    berman. of Richmond. \'a.. Rabbi
    Richard Desser and Mrs. S. Siegelman, of Long itual leader. Chairing the affair
    Irving Lehrman will officiate Island. NY.. Rabbi Pinchas Brisk- are Mr. and Mrs Conrad Allain.
    try.
    A proclamation designating
    Temple Beth Tov Day is in the
    process of being signed by West
    Miami Mayor Ed Cooper.
    Honorary chairman for the din-
    ner is Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. spir-
    Duo-Pianists
    Set on WVCG
    Duo-pianists Ferrante and Teich.
    it relate their interesting concert
    lour experience- while guesting
    with John Dal) on -Cadillac Sun-
    day Spectrum" Sundaj at 7 p.m .
    on Station WVCG-FM (105.1 mega-
    cycles, i
    The program will feature ex-
    jcerpts from two Rachmaninoff
    suites, and include example- oi
    music the two pianists helped pop-
    ularize.
    D.
    Horowitz. Mrs. Isidore Bolner.
    Thomas Gmberg and Murray
    Simon.
    Temple Beth Tov i- the only
    one of the charter Conservative congregation in West
    at1
    JO*f'
    foshe
    cnool
    Junior
    tdwar Klein will officiate.
    Joseph First
    on ot Mr. and Mr-
    First, '.-ill be Bar Mitzvah
    Beth Moshe Congregation
    May, Jan 30. Rabbi Rich-
    trcovitz and Cantor Sev- at the Bar Mitzvah of Richard man. of Brooklyn. NY., and many Mrs Allain is .
    I- ike- h II officiate Keith son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur other local rabbis, professional and members of the Temple. Assisting Miami, and bas been on the trail
    mish i Joseph's honor will Desser. on Saturdav. Jan. 3... at lay leaders. are Milton Miller. Nat Lur.e. Hy since i
    -r'vice- hi Popiel Social Temple F.manu-FI
    The Bar Mitzvah attends sev-
    enth grade at Miami Country Day
    and Ite-iileiit School for Boys.
    plays left halfback on the football
    team. He has won ribbons for ex-
    cellence in swimming and his in-
    te'ests include water skiing, horse-
    back-riding, and coin collecting.
    Mrs. Ruby Smith. Richard Keith's
    grandmother, will attend the cere-
    mony.
    The celebrant will be honored at
    a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
    the service and at a dinner Satur-
    day evening in his home.
    I is a student of the Beth
    Congregation Hebrew
    ind at:end> Horace Mann
    ligh. where he plays the
    bass trie -:i in school orchestra
    Max Pearlstein
    turday, Jan. 30. Max. son
    nd Mrs Yale Pearlstein.
    Bar Mitzvah at Israelite
    Rabb'. Shmaryahu Swirsky
    late Cantor Louis Cohen.
    ei of the Bar Mitzvah. will
    f. lit
    Ma> v an honor student at Cut
    |idge Juni< r High where he
    seventh grade and is also
    mber of tl e school band.
    t for \e occasion will be
    in idpan i Mr. and Mrs
    Beach Eveman
    In Talks Here
    Speaker- Horn the Da le County
    Optometric Association have been
    appcarin : before a number ol ch
    ic oi anizations as part of their
    educational and public service pro-
    gram.
    Dr Fred Bergman, ol Miami
    Beach, addressed the senior psj
    etiology students of North Miami
    High School List week on "Hypno-
    sis." On Wednesday, he addressed
    the Miami Beach 1 Ions club at
    Chandler's Restaurant, discussing
    "Eye Safety "
    On Friday. ."> p m Dr Bergman
    will speak for the Progressive Reg-
    ular Democratic Club at Washing-
    ton Federal Savings and Loan As-
    sociation. 1234 Washington Ave,
    His topic "ill be "Visual Problems
    of the Aging."
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    Jm*st> ftarMinr
    Friday, January 29. 1965
    Sou'h Dade Chapter. Women's Division of the
    American Society for Technion. will hold a
    membership coffee in the gardens of Vizcava
    on Friday at 10 a.m. Officers shown planning
    :.ne function are (left to right1 Mesdames Meyer
    3rilliar.t, prooram vice president; M^well
    Dauer. financial secretary; Morton R. Fellman.
    president; Jerry Friedman, treasurer; Meyer A.
    Baskin. membership vice president; and
    Aaron Foosuner, corresponding secretary. A
    red carpet tour of '.he gardens and the villa is
    on the agenda. Technion Women sponsor
    scholarship- to the Israel Institute of Technol-
    ogy at Haifa solely through membership dues.
    Junior Choir of Temole Ner Tomid will offici-
    ate at reliqiou"- services on Saturday. Lett to
    :iqht ere Steven Miller, Frank Wolland. Brad-
    ; Breeh. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Fred Wi'ner, Judy Prichason. Janet H. Rach-
    man and Gail Kaufman. The choir is under
    the direction of Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    f


    r*
    Sam Beer (second from let*1 receives a plaque from B'nai
    B'rith tor wrnnina the organization's 1364 Membership Award.
    Beer, who lives at Morton Towers, was cited for adding 193
    members to B'nai B'rith rolls last year. Citation wai m
    at B'nai B'rith headquarters in Washmqton. D.C. Looking on
    left to right ere Di V Wexler, na'ional membetship
    chairman; Mrs. Rae Beer, w fe of the recipient Beer; and
    Label Katz. international piesident of B'nai B'rith. This is the
    first time that a member of District 5 has w.->:i the award. Beer
    membership cho n of Ha,;kvali Lodge Micmi Beach.
    Judy White. University of Miami Homecoming Queen, turns
    over her deposit at the opening of the new Interamerican Na-
    onal Bank at Sunny Isles to Col. Jack E. Neay as fellow
    ^s Carl T. Douglass (left) and Morton Stein (right) look on.
    Federal Picks
    Harris, Feuer
    Joseph M Lipton. president ol
    Dade Federal Savings and Loan
    Association of Miami, announced
    hi- week the election ol Marshall
    - Harris, Dade Federal*s associate
    i ounsel. to the Association's Board
    Directors
    Gus Feuer. general counsel and
    ioard member <>t the Association,
    was elected vice president.
    Harris, a graduate of Harvard
    University, is a partner cf the
    law firm of Harris and Robinson.
    He is a member of the Florida
    Bar Association Committee and
    co-chairman of the Dade County
    Bar Association Committee on
    Cortinuing Legal Education.
    Harris is on Hi* Executive Com.
    nittee and Board ol Governors of
    I he Greater .Miami Jewish Federa
    iion and serves on Executive Com
    mittees and boards of the Jewish
    Vocational Service of Miami. Y.M
    md YWHA. United Fund, Ameri
    c;,n Jewish ("omniitteo and others
    lie has received the President's
    Leadership Award of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation and tcs
    lirrienial of the supreme Court ol
    Florida for service to the Florida
    Bar
    He live~ ;,t 7751 S\V 78th O with
    !- wife, Harriet, and two chil-
    Iren Stephen and Jennifer
    KARRIS
    nutn
    Me Ami Torah
    To be Rec*d
    At Be h Israel

    in
    ipal i: .
    the impoi ei 'it
    of ; ......> on
    : i pr.l them "
    Said Ral bi Wein V\ do
    ha\ i i lai atield in sup
    i on ol our position nosl
    Jew ish poet and spirit jal a lor ol
    i rn i-i ael I hair N
    .k who, in his i. mous poem
    In the Citj ol Slaughter.' protest
    ed against Jewish submission to
    pogroms, and Jewish iccepl anci
    of a opposition
    i [01 Ji a ish strength to o\ er
    , -,,( h an unworth) existeni
    and praised thi Yeshiva in his
    :.: rhe si holar.' declarii
    rce ol Jew ish -m \ \\ .
    and etei nal i xistei ce li< s in
    strength obtaii ed bj studj
    learning i: the Y shit .1 -
    In praising the work ol Jewish
    National Fund. Rabbi Wein con
    tinned "The Jewish National Fund
    - engage I not onlj in redeeming
    'he soil oi Israel but the sou
    Israel .1- well By stressing the
    importance of .lew ish commitment
    b\ promoting and alerting Jewish
    education to the needs ol the Jew
    ish people and to the Jew th State,
    the .INF is doing an outstanding
    |oh
    Serving with Kagan on the com-
    mittee are Max Affai Inner and
    Sam Sehachno
    AJCongress Plans
    Report Meetfoq
    R tbhi Leon Kronish, president "i
    he South Florida Council, Ameri-
    can .Tew ish (' n < e, .inn nr. >-
    'hat .1 meeting ol the Council will
    4, at the American Jewish Con
    rress Office, 7M Congress Bldg,
    irts w 'H be a v en b Ber
    tard s Mandler, chairman ol the
    'ommiss'on on Law and social
    Action, which concerns itsell with
    civil rights and civil liberties for
    II Americans; Bernard Si ial
    ha rman of the Commission on In-
    ternational Affairs, which at this
    lime is particularly) concerned
    ith the plight ol Sot iel Jewrj,
    he expiration ol the Statute ol
    ns for Nasi Crlmin 1 -
    impaign to obtain 1 S
    ,t 1 ation ol the Ge V in-
    Slatei- I
    1
    R.bb Max Lipschitz, chairman
    cf 'he Commission on Jewish
    Affairs, will report on the pro-
    rtram i' itisted hv the American
    Jewish Connress for Jewish ^ur-
    h -oh ;n"nsi*'t?cl I "wish
    c-di. t education
    iti p
    :

    Pn tidenl I th< W imei
    H rs i......1 I K n
    mi mbei 1 re M1 -
    1 lx iplai Mrs hanskj
    Mr Harold Jaffer, Mrs Henry
    Kamen, Mrs \->n Brenner Mey-
    Mrs Leonard Si lei sky, Mrs
    enstem Mrs Y\ 1 tte
    M insoi Mrs Joseph tlbuquer
    que Mr sv [\ \a silvei Mr- Sj 1
    ia '.'. ov Mr- S> Reese and Mr-.
    !'< rlj 1-.
    Seaboard Exec
    On Travel Grown
    Ii l .i been announced by S
    r| 1 ",!, ,. ,. : T (
    "; nes R Gettj general
    sffic mana) ei ol tea
    ! Ra'droad Richmond, \'a .
    been appointed to the I96S
    \i'\ Isory Committee to .1-
    tne Department ol Com
    ree'i 1 nited Stain Travel 9er
    in its 1 ampaign to attracl ad
    mal business and pleasure
    Ira-veters to the t'nited states from
    broad
    1 etty, who head- Seaboard's pas.
    tenger, mail and express depart
    ments. is one of 16 Of the 36 com
    niittee members who served on the
    1!H>I Travel Advisory I'ommittee
    The appointees are leading spe
    Cialists in travel, transportation.
    sates, merchandising and related
    fields from across the nation.
    Collegiate Group
    Growing Here
    Men- than 25 young adult- turn-
    ed out for a picnic sponsored by
    Young Israel Collegiate Yi
    \dult Group held last Mir,d..\ noon
    at Crandon Park
    Newly-elected president Jeffrey
    MHter 1 nnouneed pi ins ror fa*
    tore meeting* to be held at vari-
    ous spots throughout Greater Mi-
    ami.
    Entertainment at the picnic was
    provided l>> Tern Culeman Re
    freshments wen' served under the
    direction of adult coordinator,
    Marvin Lipman
    Lioman outlined plans for af-
    filiation of the Miami group
    with the parent Young Israel or
    ganization in New York. He said
    that a high official of the New
    York group will visit Miami
    shortly to meet with local offi-
    cers and members.
    The Collegiate Young \dult
    Group was 1 rmed last month, and
    has grown from five members to
    more than 25
    Newly-elected officials and mem-
    bers include Jeff re) Miller, p
    dent. Daniel Aranoff, treasurer;
    Terr) Coleman, Joshua Segal, Sh
    ron Marcus, Marilyn Re > h,
    ward Zemel, Steven Kant/, .ludali
    Ever Sidnej Shapiro, Irth 11 Sp 1
    ter. I'.innie summers. Sherine
    Dearr, Miriam Weiss, Judj Cohei
    Phil Prohow, Ka> Levin, Ca
    Esterman and Perrj Cimei I
    y Ch
    A\ :'y Gale h<
    red h top 1
    th< nali in n 'si 1
    Vegas, The o:i'
    night 1 1 stcrrta at 8
    p.m. With Teddy King
    h orchestra on the band-
    stand, also featured are
    Jerrv Holmes, Arnold D
    and soncp In ss Tobi Tow
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    iry 29. 1965
    +Je*lsti tier Mian
    Paqe 15-B
    iy Class
    ig Trip
    shington
    It idemy ninth grade
    m,- planning a trip to
    i rntmediately ffterl
    fin June. 1965.
    y-eight students com-
    -. will remain a
    Cap tol '" see the gov-
    operation, t<> tour the
    _ot- in Washington, and
    Itli Florida Senators and
    of Congress
    |i"'s ninth grade class also
    leek in Washington after
    jrst fund-raising project
    by the group will be a
    how this Sunday, 2 p.m.,
    (chOOl't auditorium, 2400
    Dr.
    Paul Sobel
    Passes at Age 60
    Miami realtor Paul Sobel, of 2181
    s\v 21 si Ter., died Jan. 22 at the
    age of 60.
    Mr. Sobel, who came here from
    Brooklyn 25 years ago, was a mem-
    ber ot Beih David Synagogue, Mi-
    ami Board of Realtors, Bayshore
    Golf Club ami the Masons
    He is survived by his wife, Lil-
    yan; two daughters, Mrs. Marcia
    Hecht and Miss Helen Sobel; and
    a sister, Mrs. Rita Weinberg.
    Services were .Ian. 22 at Gordon
    Funeral Home, with interment in
    Mt. Nebo Cemtery,
    lortimer Burton, chairman
    Social Studies Department
    [Academy and faculty ad-
    the ninth grade class, an-
    that the show is open to
    |s from the third through
    grades, and students may
    Ppate in the following cate-
    draniatics. oratory, sing-
    Bjnusical instruments, and
    lent Committee in chare ol
    fip consist ol Melvin Farber,
    Kuczynski, Mark Schiek
    and Chaim Sukenik. Miriam
    iberg i- in charge of pub-
    added attraction will be a
    ssional magician and a sur-
    liest arlist.
    Preliminary top level plans for the American Bar Association
    annual convention at the Fontainebleau Hotel next August are
    discussed at a meeting between Judge Sam I. Silver, president
    of the Dade County Bar Association. Charles A. Kimbrell, past
    president of the association, Lewis F. Powell Jr., president of
    the American Bar Association, and Reginald L. Williams, past
    president of the Dade County Bar Association, who will serve
    as chairman of the Host Committee. Powell, of Richmond,
    Va., addressed the Dade Bar membership at its monthly meet-
    ing last Monday at the Everglades Hotel.
    lucation Bureau
    TV Programs
    uring the coming week, the Bu.
    in oi Jewish Education will pre
    it two television programs, ac-
    ing to Joseph Cohen, president
    Of I he Bureau.
    tin Sunday. 10 a.m.. the Bureau
    Hill present the firsi three win
    Bcr- of it- annual Inter-school Book
    Review Contest on The Still Small
    fice," 10 a.m.. over Ch. 7. with
    cooperation of the Gieater Mi-
    i Rabbinical Association.
    "Louis Schwartzman, executive
    Ireclor of the Bureau, will inter-
    lew Rita Norton, first prize win-
    IT, of Bureau Central High
    rhooi; Diane Jacobstein. second
    Ize viinner, of Temple Beth Am;
    id Maxine Cohen, third prize
    inner, of Beth David Congrega-
    on.
    The students will read their win-
    |lin^ reviews, answer questions on
    |ewish literature and Jewish ed-
    ucation, and will receive their
    frizes on the program.
    The Bureau's regular television
    |>ro"ram, "Living Hebrew." is
    roadcast on Thursdays, 7 p.m..
    ver Ch. 2. The Feb. -I broadcast
    nil feature a lesson on "Ethics of
    fathers," based on the sayings of
    tie famous sage, Simeon bar
    rochai, on "Three CrownsThe
    lue of a Good Name."
    "Living Hebrew" will conclude
    it-, broadcast* on Thursday, Mar.
    with a special program on the
    festival of Purim.
    Seacoast Towers
    South Opens
    Exhibition Hall
    Alexander Muss, chairman ol the
    board ol Alexandt r Muss and sons,
    inc.. owner-builders of the new
    Seacoast Tower- South Apartment
    Residence now under construction
    at Collins Ave. and 51st St., has an-
    nounced that the Seacoast Towers
    South Exhibition Hall located op-
    posite the building site and ex-
    tending over the Bay by cantilever
    method is officially open.
    The new Exhibit Hall, electron-
    ically engineered, is the tint "t Its
    kind ever to be erected in the State
    ot Florida. It will contain full-
    scale, completely furnished models
    ol the actual size apartments avail
    able in the new Seacoast Towers
    south. Electronic devices will
    -how. at the touch of a button, the
    public areas of the building, such
    as the terraced sundeck. elegant
    games room, spacious meeting and
    function room-, swimming pool
    and cabana areas, restaurant and
    gourmet shop, and many other fea-
    tures
    Through special architectural
    renderings, displays and electron-
    ically controlled scale models, the
    public will he able to see the
    apartments and public spaces in
    relation to the overall areas of the
    building. The public will also be
    able to visualize all the features
    embodying many new comforts
    : and conveniences in luxury living
    at the Seacoast Towers South.
    In making the announcement.
    Muss said that "we did not spare
    any expense in building the Ex
    hibit Hall because we want the
    public actually to see what they
    will be getting at the new Sea
    coast Towers South when thev
    lease an apartment before the
    building is completed."
    i
    Participants in the winter institute of the Intergroup Youth
    Council sponsored recently by the Florida Region of the Na-
    tionol Conference of Christians and Jews held at the McAllis-
    ter Hotel include (left to right) students, Veronica Ann Hicks
    and David Gorfine, and Dr. Herber' Baumgard, tpiritual leader
    of Temple Beth Am and president of the Greater Miami Rab-
    binical Association. More than 225 students attended the
    day-long discussion of "The Issues Which Will Affect Inter-
    group Relations in 1965," at which Miami News Editor Bill
    Baggs was keynote speaker.
    Rabbi Appelbaum
    Dies in California
    Rabbi Saul Appelbaum passed
    away in Santa Barbara. Calif., sev-
    eral weeks ago.
    Rabbi Appelbaum filled the pul-
    pit Of Temple Israel of Greater
    Miami during World War II.
    Survivors include his wife. Anne,
    of 2112 Santa Barbara St., Santa
    Barbara. Calif.
    BERN KOW, Mr- Sadie I*.,
    "'_> Poll v .. Hrvlei-f In
    .i. luhin I Sin don,
    COLBY, IrvliiK. "". '' I I'l Rive a.
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    DUBO. Johl "'. nl lis A-
    li. a Jan .'.' Si Vie
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    HOFFMAN. Harry I!
    l!>i li Vv. KATZ. Till ,ol 31.1 <\\
    tiled Jan .:' ionlon
    LONG. Vlollii '< ..1 in 1: IJ.Hn V
    l'i died Jim L'l '.
    K L E B A N -
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    SEITLES. VI V.lla :
    ti ,~ Avi Rivi nidi
    Marion Colby, who opened
    a limited engagement at the
    Doral's Shell Room on Wed-
    nesday, will be appearing
    through Monday. Wife of
    Miami Beach Vice Mayor
    Bernard Frank, she has tour-
    ed with Bob Hope, Milton
    Berle and Jimmy Durante.
    She appeared on an ABC-TV
    show of her own called "En-
    tertainment." and most re-
    cently played Milton Berle's
    wile on the Lucille Ball Show.
    She has also appeared on
    many bills with Joe E. Lewis
    at such top spots as the Co-
    pacabona in New York.
    Roosevelt Hotel in New Or-
    leans and El Rancho in Las
    Veaas. She cuirentlv re-
    cords for Roulette Records.
    Homestead Cii,
    Elects Officers
    Officers v> ho will serve Home-
    stead Jewish Center during 19t>5
    ire Irving Peskoe, president; Abe
    Silver, vice president; Mrs George
    Petzolt, treasurer; and Mrs. living
    Peskoe. recording secretary.
    Services are held at the Canter
    every Pridaj evening at 8 p.m.
    Suday and Hebrew Schools are
    under the direction ol 1'incus
    Aloof.
    Tiiereth Jacob Dinner
    On Sunday, at 6 p.m., Sisterhood
    of Temple Tifereth Jacob will
    serve a full course dinner. Gam -
    will be played following the t
    ner.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Mitchell Wolfson
    To be Speaker
    An intensive discussion of the
    role of congress and the future of
    the United states will be held dur
    ing the 10th Southern Assembly
    this weekend at Biloxi. Miss., by
    Tulane University in cooperation
    with the American Assembly of
    Columbia Universitj
    Mitchell Wolfson, president of
    Wometco Enterprises, Inc Miami.
    v.ii! be sixt) leading citi-
    . from lie luthern states
    taking part :n the discussion.
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    Jewish Florid ian
    i\. Florida. Friday. January 29. 1965
    Section C
    me for Aged 19th Annual Meet
    it for Sunday at Douglas Gardens
    To Dedicate Synagogue and Health Center

    ^c Jewish Home lor the Aged
    hold its 19th annual meet-
    I and dedication ceremonies
    I the Max and Fannie Land
    gogue and Greater Miami
    fcliary Health Center on Sun
    Jan. 31. 2:30 p.m.. at Doug-
    |Gardens. 151 NE 52nd St..
    ni.
    Idge Irving Cypen. president
    of the Home, laid this week that
    the 19th annual meeting takes on
    special significance because both
    new facilities add a new and vi-
    tal dimension to the Home's de-
    velopment as one of the out-
    standing geriatric centers in the
    nation.
    According to Judge Cypen. the
    entire Rabbinical Association
    Irs. Land's Contribution
    id to Launching Project
    lication of the new Max and
    nie Land Synagogue of the
    jish Home for the Aged will
    |he focal point of the 19th an-
    meeting of the Jewish Home
    Jthe Aged this Sunday Jan.
    [at Douglas Gardens at 2:30
    venty years ago. on Jan. 29.
    I. Mrs. Fannie Land, a widow
    resident of Miami Beach.
    |e an agreement by which
    contributed $10,000 for the
    hose "f providing the Max
    Fannie Land Synagogue. Isa-
    Goldberg and the late Gus
    |u. vice presidents ot the
    le then, signed for the Home.
    Zuckernick Miami Beach.
    was the attorney for Mrs
    I. executed the agreement.
    keral years later. Mrs. Land
    [the United States to become
    Csident in Hamat Can. Israel.
    rd members of the Home and
    Bin11n11 % leaders such as An-
    na Brenner Meyers. Baron de
    Hirsch Meyer, the late Abe Kur-
    man and Max Orovitz always
    made it a point to visit Mrs. Land
    at Hamat Gan when they were in
    Israel to keep her informed about
    developments at the Home and
    the Miami Jewish community.
    In 1952. Mrs. Land returned to
    the United States for a visit.
    When she came to Miami a del-
    egation <>f Home leaders greeted
    her OB her visit to Douglas Gar-
    dens, which she had never seen
    before.
    Mrs. Land WM of relatively
    modest means, and her contribu
    tion of $10,000 made it possible
    for the Homes leaders to raise
    $75,000 for the purchase of the
    original Home at its first location
    a I 335 SW 12th Avc.
    The new Max and Fannie Land
    Synagogue, designed by Smith
    Continued on Page 2-C
    membership has been invited as
    special guests of the Home be-
    cause of the dedication of the
    synagogue, which is also expected
    to attract a record attendance ol
    over 1,000 from Greater Miami
    and Hollywood.
    "This Sunday afternoon," Judge
    Cypen said, "is of historic im-
    portance not only because it adds
    a new spiritual dimension at
    Douglas Gardens, but also be-
    cause it affords the Home the
    opportunity to pay tribute once
    again to Mrs. Land, former Mi-
    ami Beach resident now residing
    in Israel, who exactly 20 years
    ago contributed $10,000 which
    nuee the Max ami Fannie Land
    Synagogue possible."
    The Greater Miami Auxiliary
    Health Center, which is also to
    be dedicated, was built at the
    requirement of the Florida De-
    partment of Health because so
    many of the 70 residents living
    in the five pavilions are nursing
    care cases. It will enable the
    Home to provide improved and
    more intensive nursing care for
    these residents. The Greater Mi-
    ami Auxiliary, under the leader-
    ship of its president. Mrs. Law-
    rence Silverman. and its honor-
    ary president, Mrs. Sol Silver
    man, has made it possible for the
    Home to construct the Health
    Center by undertaking to meet
    its cost of $50,000. The Health
    Center also has been planned for
    use as a lounge and activities
    center for the pavilion residents.
    Judge Cypen will act as chair
    man of the meeting and also give
    Continued on Po* 4-C

    x **
    jrior of the new Max and Fannie Land Syn-
    ue of the Jewish Home for the Aged which
    nq dedicated this Sunday at the 19th an-
    meeting of the Home. Not shown are
    [stained glass mosaics in the form of the
    ! of David designed and executed by Mi
    W fs
    ami Artist Herman Brockdorff. Entire member-
    ship of the Rabbinical Association has been
    invited to attend the annual meeting as special
    guests to participate in the dedication cere-
    monies for the synagogue.
    Fron* entrance of the new Max and Fannie Land Synagogue
    to be dedicated at the 19th annual meeting of the Jewish Home
    for the Aged on Sunday. It was designed by Smith and
    Korach. architects of Miami. Mrs. Fannie Land, who has
    lived in Israel for the past ten years, donated SI0,000 in 1945
    when the Home first opened its doors at 335 SW 12th Ave.
    The synagogue of the Home is named in perpetuity for Mr.
    and Mrs. Land.
    MOW SPIRITUAL LEADER
    Dr. Max Arzt to Speak
    At Special Ceremonies
    Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor
    of the Jewish Theological Sem-
    inary and Israel Goldstein. Pro-
    fessor of Theology, will be speak-
    ers at the 19th annual meeting
    and dedication ceremonies of the
    Jewish Home for the Aged this
    Sunday. Jan. 31. at Douglas Gar
    dens.
    According to Judge Irving Cy-
    pen, president of the Home. "Dr.
    Arzt was specially selected as
    speaker because the Home's new
    Max and Fannie Land Synagogue
    is to be dedicated, ami he is in
    timately acquainted with present
    trends relating to the aged.-'
    The vice chancellor, who is a
    speaker of national repute, was
    director of field service and ac-
    tivities for the Seminary from
    1939 to 1951. when he was ap-
    pointed to his present post. He
    served as president of the Rab-
    binical Assembly of America in
    1939. and is a former vice presi-
    dent of the Synagogue Council
    of America. He was chairman of
    the Joint Prayer Book Commis-
    sion of the United Synagogue
    and Rabbinical Assembly, and is
    a member ot the Translation
    Committee which is preparing a
    completely revised English trans-
    lation of the Holy Scriptures un-
    der the auspices of the Jewish
    Publication Society of America.
    From 1921-24 he served as
    spiritual leader of Temple Beth
    El. Stamford Conn. In 1924, he
    accepted the call to the pulpit of
    Temple Israel. Scranton, Pa., a
    position he held for 15 years.
    During this period in Scranton,
    Dr. Arzt was president of the
    Council of Social Agencies and
    served on the Executive Council
    of the Scranton Community Chest.
    He was a member of Governor
    Earle's Commission on Public
    D. MAX ARZT
    Relief a n d Assistance, which
    abolished poor board! in Penn-
    sylvania, and established the
    State Department of Public As-
    sistance and Relief.
    Dr. Arzt received his BS de-
    gree from City College of New
    York in 1918, and his MA from
    Columbia University in 1921. In
    1934, he obtained the degree of
    Doctor of Hebrew Literature
    from the Seminary, which award
    ed him the honorary degree ot
    Doctor of Divinity in 1950. Dr.
    Arzt is the author of Talmudic
    researches, which appeared in
    the Jubilee Volumes published in
    honor of Prof. Alexander Marx
    and Mordccai M. Kaplan.
    He is contributing editor ot
    Judaism" and the author o
    Justice and MercyA Comr
    tary on the Liturgy of
    Year and the Day of At(
    Continued on


    Page 2-C
    *Jridi<*n
    Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center to Op
    $50,000 Facility Will Give
    Improved Medical Care To
    Residents Living in Pavilions
    Another milestone in the growth
    of the Jewish Home for the Aged
    will take place at the 19th annual
    meeting this Sunday, Jan. 31. at
    Douglas Gardens at 2:30 p.m..
    when the Greater Miami Auxil-
    iary Health Center is to be dedi
    cated.
    It has been named in honor of
    the Greater Miami Auxiliary
    which has undertaken to raise
    $50,000. cost Of the building. Mrs.
    Lawrence Silverman. president
    of the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sol
    Silverman. honorary president,
    are the key Auxiliary leaders
    who have enabled the Home to
    provide this greatly-needed la-
    cility.
    The health center -vv ill serve
    the 70 residents, who live in the
    five pavilions, a preponderance
    of whom are nursing tare cases
    In order to continue to care for
    such residents in the pavilions
    the health center was required
    by the Florida Department of
    Health in order to obtain nurs
    ing home licensure for the pa-
    vilions.
    The health center is central!)
    located between the llaion dc
    Hirscfa Meyer and Gus Trau Pa
    vilions. it i> easilj accessible to
    the residents "i the five pavil
    ions, all of which are connected
    by covered passageways,
    The center houses a nursing
    station, a medicine room, treat-
    ment room. utilit) rooms, a bath
    and shower room, and toilets for
    the residents and nursing slaft.
    An audio-visual nurses' call sys-
    tem connects the 50 rooms in the
    pavilions with the nurses station.
    The beautiful and spacious
    lounge-activities center has been
    named in honor of Mrs. Isidor
    Cohen, founder of the Home. The
    striking, natural rock waterfall,
    set among beautiful landscaping,
    has been donated by Sol and Mol-
    lie Silverman in memory of their
    son. Arthur, who was a casualty
    in World War II. The nurses' sta-
    tion has been named in honor of
    Mrs Sarah Greenberg, founder
    ot the Auxiliary.
    The beautifully-furnished lounge
    is enriched by attractive original
    oil painting donated by Mr. and
    Mrs. Walter Knshner and Abe
    Hirsch. who is a member of the
    Home's board. Smith and Korach.
    Miami architects, designed the
    building, and Sam and Sadye
    Resnick are responsible for the
    landscaping Palm I n d u s tr ia]
    (' 0 r P 0 rail on constructed the
    building and Art's Nursery and
    Landst ape i o executed the land-
    scaping
    Participating in the ribbon-cut
    ting ceremonies at the health
    center will I e Judge Irving Cy
    pen. Mr- Lawrence Silverman
    Mrs. Sol Silverman. Mrs Jack
    Ablin. Mrs David Phillips, David
    B. Fireman. Sam Kesnick and
    Judge Harold 15 Spnct
    Board Members to be Elected
    David B. Fleeman. chair-
    man of the Jewish Home for
    the Aged Nominating Com-
    mittee, announced that a
    slate of 200 persons will be
    presented for election to the
    Home's Board of Directors
    at the 19th annual meeting
    this Sundav afternoon at 2:30
    at Douglas Gardens.
    Renominated for three-
    year terms are Col. Jacob M.
    Arvey. Stanley M Becker-
    man, Mrs. Ruth J. Berger,
    Louis Bresler, Judge Irving
    Cypen, Mis. Frances Entine.
    Abraham Hirsch Irvin Kor-
    ach. Dr. Irving Lehrman.
    Mrs. Frances Makovsky,
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
    Sam Resnick. Mrs. Ann Ser-
    ver and Mrs. Moliie Silver-
    man.
    New nominees are S. Rob-
    ert Cooper, Mrs. Jennie Gor-
    don. Aaron Korenvaes. Mrs.
    Lilyan LeVine. Harry Smith
    and William Weintraub.
    In addition to Fleeman.
    other members of the nomi-
    nating committee are Mrs.
    Byrtha Phillips. M. J. Kopel-
    owitz. Aaron Kravitz and Leo
    Rose. Jr
    Shari (Mrs. Lawrence) Silverman and Moliie (Mr<=. Sol) Silver-
    man, leaders of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, who are respon-
    sible for the new Greater Miami Auxiliary Health Center at
    Jhe Jewish Home for the Aged. Through their leadership, the
    ^"Jjary is raising 550,000 cost of the building. It will serve
    "siden** in the pavilions at Douglas Gardens.
    New development in group activities at the
    Jewish Home for the Aged is the painting class
    conducted by volunteers of the National Coun-
    cil of Jewrh Women. Average age of *he
    residents is close to 85. and none of them did
    any painting prior to the class. All of the
    LATENT TALENTS, SUDDENLY DISCOVERED, COME TO FORE
    Proceeds of Clothesline Art Exhibit $
    By Residents Slated for^ CJAppeal
    One of the mast exciting new
    developments at the Jewish Home
    tor the Aged la the oil painting
    Class conducted by volunteers of
    the National Council of Jewish
    Woman and Mrs. Sadie Gordon,
    group worker at the Home.
    Some 50 paintings will t>e dis-
    played at the first "clothesline''
    exhibition at the l.dh annual
    meeting and dedication ceremon-
    ies Sunday. Jan. 31, at Douglas
    Gardens at 2:30 p.m.
    Most of the residents, who
    have never painted before enter
    ing the class which was begun
    several months ago. are aston-
    ishing everyone by their crea-
    tive talent.
    Raddantl of the Home are now
    in the midst of their annual cam-
    paign for the Combined Jewish
    Appeal of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation, of which the
    Home is a beneficiary agency.
    In 1964. they contributed almost
    $300. This year, through the ac-
    celerated sales of the oil paint-
    ings, ceramics and other arts and
    crafts products, they hop fo in aign to Dr
    crease their achievement to CJA 18 CJA campi
    bj several hupdied dollars now an chairman ol
    Tluv are dedicating their I9t>5 .- Committee
    Mr;. Land's Contribution
    Continued from Pag* I-C
    and Korach, Miami architects,
    has already evoked superlatives
    from board members, rabbis and
    hundreds of visitors to Douglas
    Gardens.
    The synagogue seats 40. with
    additional space for 35 in an ad-
    joining annex, in which an oil
    portrait of Max Land will hang
    The synagogue ha- wood paneled
    walls, comfortable theatre seats,
    thick red carpeting covering i's
    fioors, and all lighting fixtures
    and hardware are in gold alumi-
    num as is the upholstery on the
    seats. Miami artist, Herman
    Brockdorff, noted for his work
    in stained glass, desii
    aavtod two large sta ned 0]
    in take in the form ol >w-
    David, which add to the besi
    of the synagogue. T'i.
    it made of rich w.
    keeping with the wi
    wai donated by Mr- Ida
    Khuller, one of the i
    of the Hom<
    icipants m thi bbon-
    ramomei will j"
    . Cypen, Col
    Dr. Max Ant, Stanley
    serman, Louis Br. Bier, *
    bi Jonah E. Caplan. Dr. K' j
    Lehrman and Baron da '
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    inuary 29. 1965
    * Jew!si) fhridliciir
    Page 3C
    J he Jewish "THE HOME FOR BEGINNING AGAIN"
    and
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    Jhe 19th ^Aryinual ^/Vleeting
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    for the
    MAX and FANNIE LAND SYNAGOGUE
    am/
    GREATER MIAMI AUXILIARY HEALTH CENTER
    DR. MAX ARZT
    Vice Chancellor Jewish Theological Seminary
    .
    7fc/5 Way, ./a/M/a/y J/, /Pd5 af 2;30 /Ml
    DOUGLAS GARDENS, 151 N.E. 52nd STREET, MIAMI
    (A Tent Seating 1,000 will provide shelter for all)
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    OFFICERS
    President................................................................................Judge Irving Cypen
    Founder.................................................................................Mrs. Isidor Cohen
    Honorary President.............................................................Judge Harold B. Spaet
    Vice Presidents....................................................................Col. Jacob M. Arvey
    Louis Bresler
    David B. Fleeman
    Baron de Hirsch Meyer
    David Phillips (deceased)
    Treasurer...............................................................................Stanley M. Beckerman
    Financial Secretary............................................................Sam Resnick
    Corresponding Secretary..................................................Mrs. Sol Silverman
    Recording Secretary;
    President. Greater Miami Auxiliary.........................Mrs. Lawrence Silverman
    President, Hollywood Auxiliary........................................Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman
    President. Junior Auxiliary.................................................Mrs- George Israel
    President, No. Miami Beach Auxiliary ....................Mrs. Irving Salamowitz
    Executive Director.................................................................Maurice Pearlstein
    Assistant Director.................................................................Arthur Kalish
    Architect Smith & Knrach. Miami
    Stained Glass Mosaics in Land Synagogue Herman Brockdorff
    General Contractor Palm Industrial Corporation
    THE HOME IS A BENEFICIARY AGENCY OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION AND THE UNITED FUND OF DADE COUNTY.
    I, f. a me,r>,r of (he Welfare ****** Counrt Fl UHMfttJ hi ttaftlln, ftudtttl ,., lOCtal MrJ and with the Dud, Cmt>
    f. rhe Ag,K 'etofj A,.r..or, of Home, for ,he Ag,.,g An,fr,ca., Bo-l of Pbh I*** rrannng,ruder,,, i J^CCJ ,ur .
    Hotf.tal |^MW a.,d N.ol Aoetatfo ,.f fet** Home, for the Aged h u d co.pon.or *,.h ,h Un*rty w Fl.....U o, the Annual Southern
    it i| dff.l.aTed with the graduate School / Social Welfare of Flor.da State Ge cmtotafiwl Conference a. OaitUeviHe.


    Page 4-C
    +JmtsHk>rMkr
    COOPtRAWt RELATIONSHIPS RtViAltD
    Home Becomes Training
    Center for Investigation
    In Geriatrics Research
    The Jew ish Home for the \
    with it> increased and highlj
    trained professional staff, its cli
    versified services and expanded
    facilities, is growing as ;i center
    fur training and research in its
    cooperative relationships with
    other institutions
    For almost a decade, it has
    trained graduate social work stu-
    dent- from the School of Social
    welfare of Florida state Univer-
    sity seeking their Master's de
    grees, and practical nursing stu
    dent.-, for the Dade County Hoard
    <>l Public Instruction
    A lew week- ago a new pro-
    grant of training nurses' aides
    was begun at the Home in con-
    nection with the Economic Op
    portuntties Act
    Dr. Charles Beber, me rector of the Home, has several
    geriatric research programs al-
    read) under way, and Dr Jack
    Skigen. chief psychiatrist at the
    Home, has proposed a psychiatric
    research and training project in
    the area of senility which, it it
    hoped, will get under wa) in a
    few months
    Several research projects, re-
    sulting in Master's theses, have
    been completed b\ graduate so-
    cial work students under the su-
    pervision of Mrs. Kstelle Sudnow,
    field work supervisor of the FSL'
    social work training unit at the
    Home. Only a few days ago. dis-
    cussions were held with Dr Da
    vid L. Levine. professor of social
    work at FSL'. projecting an in-
    tensive pilot in-service training
    program for all echelons of staft
    non-professional and profes-
    sional. Funds will be sought from
    government and private founda
    tlons.
    Dr. Arzt to be Speaker
    Continued from Page 1-C
    which was published in 1963 by
    Holt, Rinehart and Winston. He
    was a United State- delegate to
    the Atlantic NATO Congress.
    Cantor David Conviser of Temple Beth Sholom. was honored
    at tne recent conclave oi the Southeast Federa'ion of Tem-
    ple Youth when, in a special ceremony, he was granted life
    membership in the National Federation oi Temple Youth, "in
    recognition of his ten consecutive years as music director in
    the national camps sponsored by 'he Union of American He-
    brew C ns." Above. Rabbi Samuel Cook, director
    of Nai lion of Temple Youth, presents the life mem-
    bersh.p cei o Cantor Convisei at the recent conclave
    of the South :tion of Temple, Youth at Beth Sholom.
    A graduate of the Juilliaid School of Music and the Hebrew
    Union School d Music, where he received a Master's
    degree and where he also served on the faculty. Cantor Con-
    viser will aqain be music director of the UAHC camp in Cleve-
    land. Ga., next summer.
    USY Dance Will Be Presented
    Annual United Synagogue-Youth
    taraell Folk Dance Festival, in
    which all of the CSV' chapters o|
    the South Florida ana will partic-
    ipate, is scheduled lor Apr 21
    The event, during which each ot
    ten groups will present two spe
    eialiy prepared Israeli folk dances.
    will be under tlm direction of two
    instructor- Mr and Mrs Joseph
    Yanich
    Mr and Mrs Yanich are now re
    hearsing with groups here, who
    will soon be preparing their cos-
    tume.- and begin selling tickets to
    the event.
    "'I congregations in the United
    Synagogue who have csY groups
    will participate in the evening. As
    an additional feature, the young
    Israeli singer and accordionist,
    Abraham Orobard, will also appear
    The United Synagogue Youth is
    the teen age arm of the United
    Synagogue of America with 25,000
    members in more than 600 congrc
    gatiens. The South Florida sub-
    J region of the Southeast Region is
    | under the presidency of Miss Gerry
    Carness. of B'nai Raphael Congre-
    gation of North Miami Kenneth
    Platt, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood,
    is regional president of the organ
    ization.
    Student practical nurses in training at the lew- ty Board of Public Instruction, which has
    ish Home for the Aged in a cooperative train- in existence for the past en years
    ing program by the Home and the Dade Coun-
    Annual Meet Sunday
    which was held in London in
    159. and is a charter memoei of
    the Advisory Council of the In
    ternational Movement for Atlan-
    tic Union.
    Continued from Page 1-C
    his annual presidential report
    In the absence ot Dr. Herbert
    Baumgard. president, program
    will open with an invocation bj
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Temple
    Adath Yeshurun. who is vice
    president of the Rabbinical As-
    sociation. Cantor Jacob G. Born
    stein. Temple Israel, will sing
    two songs with "Bless This
    House" as his tinal number.
    David B. Fleeman. vice pre-i
    dent and chairman of the build
    ing committee, will report for
    the nominating committee and
    Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
    president of the building fund
    campaign, will report on the
    building fund status Residents
    of the Home will be represented
    on the program by Mrs. Sarah
    Cossik. their president
    Guest speaker at the meeting
    will be Dr. Max Arzt. vice chan-
    cellor of the Jewish Theological
    Seminary, and Dr. Irving Lehr
    man. Temple Fmanu-El. 1965
    Combined Jewish Appeal cam
    paign chairman, and chairman
    ot the Home's Religious Commit-
    tee, will give the prayer of dedi-
    cation
    Those selected to participate
    in the ribbon-cutting ceremonies
    at the Max and Fannie Land
    Synagogue are Judge Cypen
    Col Jacob M Arvey, Dr Max
    Arzt, Startle) M Beckerman.
    Louis Bresler Rabbi Caplan. Di
    Lehrman. and Baron de Hirsch
    Meyer Participating in similar
    ceremonies at the health center
    will be Mrs Lawrence Silver-
    man. Mrs Sol Silverman. Mrs
    Jack Ablin. Mrs David Phillips.
    Judge Cypen. David Fleeman.
    Sam Resnick and Judge Harold
    B. Spaet.
    One of the major features of
    the meeting will be the "clothes-
    line" exhibition of some 50 paint-
    ings by residents of the Home.
    who have demonstrated unusual1
    creative talent in the new paint-
    ing class recently initiated with
    the help of volunteers of the Na-
    tional Council of Jewish Women.
    Proceeds from the sale of paint-
    ings and arts and cratts items
    will be allocated to the 1965 CJA
    campaign. The residents have
    dedicated their 1965 CJA cam-
    paign to Dr. Lehrman In 1964.
    they raised almost $300. and hope
    to more than double the amount
    this year
    Toronto Returns
    Jewish Mayor
    For New Term
    TORONTO-! JTA i Philip Giv-
    ens. A>. was returned for a two-
    year term a- mayor of Toronto,
    Canada's second city, by a major-
    ity of 30.OW over his runner-up.
    Mi Giveas assumed the mayoral
    t\ a year ago to fill out the term
    oi Donald Summerville who died
    ot a heart attack in Nov., 196.1 His
    opponent. Allan Lamport. 62. was
    a veteran municipal politician who
    had been mayor of Toronto three
    times
    Mr Glvans, second Jewish may-
    or in Toronto's history, born Giv-
    citz. is a product ot the Bits
    Chain Talmud Torah and an offi-
    cer of the Zionist Organization ol
    Canada. Other Jewish candidates
    who succeeded in the Toronto
    elections were Herbert Orhffe,
    1 Board of Control, and David Rtv
    tenberg. Alderman.
    Edwin Pivnick. 40-year-old at-
    torney, was reelected Reeve (i.e.
    , mayor) of Forest Hill Village, and
    Irving Paisley was elected con-
    , tioiler in North York Township.
    The total number of Jewish can-
    didates elected, reelected or re-
    turned by acclamation in the Met-
    ropolitan Toronto area was 20.
    ! mainly in the city of Toronto, Vil-
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    >JewisHk>rktk*ri
    PiKje 5-C
    ;JA Divisions
    row Increases
    In 1965 Drive
    loaders of the Residents, Worn
    Ls and Trades and Professions
    ^Divisions of the 1965 Combined
    Jewish Appeal havcj>ledged unpar-
    alleled support toward raising in-
    Creased goals in their division
    drives on behalf of the 1965 CJA,
    jit as announced by Dr. Irving
    I Lehrman. campaign chairman.
    our goal f SI.4350.080 rcpre-
    [sents another .-tep forward by our
    I communitj In providing additional
    services to those who will call up-
    on CJA's 41 agencies both at home
    and abroad for lifesaving serv
    ices." Rabbi Lehrman stated.
    Leaders uf the Women's Division
    announced through their chairman,
    Mrs Inez Krensky. that they had
    accepted a goal of a minimum oi
    in percent above that raised by the
    women in 1964.
    John Serbin, chairman of the
    Residents Division, said that tht
    leaders in this area, which in-
    cludes high-rise apartment resi-
    dents, and those living in all
    areas of Dade County, had pledg-
    ed a 25 percent increase in sup-
    port of the 1965 campaign.
    "We are honored to join Dr. Lehr-
    man and the leaders of the Trades,
    Professions, and Women's Division
    i n pledging increased support
    down the line from every facet of
    Residents Division activity." Ser-
    bin stated.
    A better than 10 percent increase
    w as accepted by all Trade and Pro-
    le ssional Divisions, it was an-
    nounced by Trades and Profes-
    sions Co-Chairmen Norton Pallot
    and George Talianoff
    Speaking for the Construction
    Division, Talianoff announced that
    the five groups comprising the di-;
    vision would seek to raise $183,500 ,
    in keeping with the overall in-1
    creased goals set by the Campaign
    Cabinet
    Milton WeiSS, chairman of the
    Finance Division, >aul that the di-
    vision and fts groups had set a
    196S goal of $147,500 to help keep
    pace with the increased goals of
    the campaign
    Norton Pallot, who is also serv-
    ing as chairman oi the Manufac-
    turing and Transportation Divi-
    sion, as well as co-chairman of the
    Trades and Professions Council,
    announced that these affiliated
    groups had accepted a goal of
    >00 for their drive
    The Genera] Services Division
    through Irving Wexler, chairman.
    said that his group had voted to
    increase support oi CJA to a fig
    , IS 100 A B Wiener, chair-
    n an ol the Professional Division,
    has announced a goal ol $198,500
    Two leading Trade Divisions,
    the Food, Hotel and Allied
    Trades, and the Mercantile Divi-
    sion, have pledged to accept in-
    creased goals in their CJA cam-
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    MERMAN STEIN
    JACK STEIN
    Food Division Names Leaders
    Two prominent leaders of the
    Supermarket Industry, Jack Stein, i
    of Thrifty Super Market, and Her- j
    man Stein. Southern Division man-
    ager of Food Fair Stores, will,
    serve as co-chairmen of the Food
    Group campaign on behalf of Com-,
    bined Jewish Appeal, it was an- j
    nounced by Jerry Blank, president j
    of National Brands and chairman
    Of the Food. Restaurant and Hotel
    Division of CJA.
    Leaders of the Food Group will
    work closely with Blank and Jos-
    eph Cohen, vice chairman of the)
    division, in planning the annual1
    Food Group luncheon, which wifl
    take place early in March.
    Stein has served as a leader of
    Food Group activity for many-
    years and was a co-chairman of
    the industry drive in 1964. He also |
    has served for two years on the
    Budget Committee of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation.
    Stein has been associated with
    Food Fair for 28 years, and has
    been Southern Division manager
    since 1962. In addition to his ser-
    vice as co-chairman of the Food
    Group of CJA, he served the Uni-
    ted Fund of Dade County as Food
    chairman in the 1963 campaign.
    He is on the Executive Advisory
    Committee of Florida Atlantic Uni-
    versity^ College of Business Ad
    ministration, and under his chair
    manship in 1964 the Dade County
    'Work a Day For JFK-- Youth
    campaign was an outstanding suc-
    cess in raising funds for the John
    F. Kennedy Memorial Library.
    2 Appointments
    Told by CJAppeal
    Two important campaign ap-
    pointments for the 1965 Combined
    Jewish Appeal have been announ-
    ced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. CJA
    chairman.
    Darftef Near Heller. 1963" winner
    of the President's Leadership
    Award and past national comman-
    der of the Jewish War Veterans of
    the U.S.A.. will head a new pro-
    gram for the development of new
    contributors to CJA's annual drive
    on behalf of 41 agencies.
    A. B. Wiener, past chairman
    of the Accountants Division, and
    partner in the firm of Wiener
    and Stern, will serve as chair-
    man of Professions for the com-
    ing campaign.
    Under Wiener's direction, the
    Accountants last year became the
    first professional division to hold
    j a Federation function early in the
    i campaign
    Both Heller and Wiener serve on
    the 1965 Campaign Cabinet.
    Heller, who has served as chair
    , man of the Federation's Speakers
    | Bureau and is currently chairman
    I of the South Florida United Jewish
    | Appeal Young Leadership Cam-
    ! paign Cabinet, heads a vital link
    ' in the annual drive.
    "Through the development of
    , new gifts, our Federation will be
    enabled to keep pace not only with
    a growing community, but with-the
    ' growing needs of our community
    which must be met."
    A. B. WIENER
    DANIEL NfAl NEUER
    QoodxM
    Elks Cite Beach
    Publicity Man
    For Performance
    Peter F. Heller, publicity direc
    tor for Miami Beach Elks Lodge,
    was cited last week "for outstand-
    ing service, and performance in
    the State Of Florida."
    According to Vincent J. Toseano.
    exalted ruler of the Miami Beach
    Elks Lodge, "Heller achieved the
    highest and best record of any F.Iks
    publicity director in the state."
    The award was made by Bodo
    Kirchoff, publisher of the State
    Elks News, and director ol Elks
    l ublieit) for the state.
    Is
    paigns. Jerry Blank, chairman,
    and Joseph Cohen, vice chair-
    man, said that the Food Divi-
    sion, largest of the Trade Divi-
    sions, had accepted a goal of
    $261,700 as its share of the over-
    all CJA drive.
    A goal of S8.V000 for the Mer-
    cantile Division was announced by
    Joseph E Brooks and William S.
    Ruben, co-chairmen.
    Rabbi Lehrman also announced
    pledges of increased support from
    General Solicitation and from the
    r.ewlyiormed North Dade Division,
    which is formulating plans to raise
    $50,000 from that area in its initial
    CJA drive.
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    *Jmlstifhri Friday. January 29. 1965
    i
    Variety Clubs
    Install Officers
    Chief Barker of Variety Clubs
    headed the roster of quests at
    the installation banquet oj Miami's
    \ariely Club on salnedav. Jan 16.
    fc p.m at the r>e;mville Hotel
    Henry Uxell. a Miami Beach
    casting ifMK) director, was in
    Mailed as the chief barker of the
    local dub which Mippoitl Variety
    CMMren'i Hospital .mil the Va-
    riety Research Foundation
    Master o| Ceremonies far the
    evening was Ralph Kenick. ex-
    ecutive news director and v ice
    piesident of WTYJ. ch 4
    Officers installed w ith Chief Bar-
    ker Oxell included Jack Bell. Ros
    coe Brunstctter William Burke
    Franklin Mauri. Sigmund Ei.-en
    been. Ted (Mdstein. Mel Karl,
    (iennje MaeLean. Cordon Spntd-
    ley. Luther Bvans. William Kniu
    lak II. Victor Levine and Rdvrard
    Nil
    CoUm* Nmn Same*. Jonis to New Agency in Capitol
    HfNBr OXIU
    P Y O Steam -hip Ciimpiny .
    t< MMfrd bv Henry M Fracter in
    ISM. announces that its papular
    antf well-known Ss Florid*, after
    beanej in shipyard for several
    uerifc*. has resumed her three and
    four-de>y rnnses from Miami to
    "Use fidlv an conditioned Flor
    ida is rtekiinnitii: the new seaeon
    vnth an cntircli mm look Bl
    and funnel h;i\r been streamlined
    Passenger staterooms have all
    been refurbished and mil afiil
    Facilities have been tddod b> 18
    staterooms, .m. the entirely new
    ami modern Main Brace Room."
    "Mam Brace Loungi and Wheel
    Loungi arc all riaas-enck
    aoa-view and ir-conditiooed
    SS Florida i- ., modern turbine
    <1i \\ en tw in sen ean liner of
    7.000 tons, accommodating some
    500 passenger- in i ut-ide state
    rooms, deluxe bedroom- and Mitel
    The dininyroom serving nVHetnus
    meals -eat- over 100 issengers
    Continental bnakla-U are serveu
    in staterooms when desired, and
    there are appeti/inn midni.ht
    .snacks before retiring
    Passengers win enjoy the tap
    tain's cocktail parti and ^ala din
    n r dancing to ratypso music and
    entertainment under tin direction
    oi the cruiae staff Dwty-free shop
    ping i- right on board -hip The SS
    Florida ii a Boating hotel during
    the en'ire cruise Sailings are (Ml
    Mondavs and Fridays at 4 45 pm
    Cedars Film
    On Television
    A half hour document.ir> trill-
    ion program written and produced
    by Untventt) Of Miami students
    for Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital
    and WLBW. Ch 10. was shown
    on television Saturday at I 30 p.m
    Entitled "Heartbeat of a Ho
    pita!.*" the program depicted the
    life-preservine activity in the Ce-
    dars Constant Cardiac Care Cen
    ter named after lormer Miami
    \lavor Abe Amnovitz
    i
    Got LeRoy Collins, director of
    the new Community Relations Ser
    v ice, has named Seymour Samel
    a- intei-croup relations officer.
    Samet will serve as deputv 10
    Rofla* w Wilkin-. assistant dlrec
    tor for communitv action He will
    -i.pervise liaison srtlvtttr's "oetwe
    t Its and private and public agen
    I In the development of com
    monit) relations programs
    Samet it former Florida direc-
    tor of the American Jewish Com-
    mittee. He joinec* the task force
    set up last July to establish
    CRS, the agency created by Hie
    1M4 Civil Rights Act.
    Previously. Samet -erved a- ex
    ,'iitive director at the I>ode Conn
    tv Community Relations Board in
    Miami Prior to mining AJC ip
    l'J.M'. he held poaU U a-si-Iailt (ll
    rector ol the Community Relations
    Committee, Jewish Community
    Council ot Bates County, Newark
    N .1 program service director ol
    the F-s.x County Intergroup Coun
    . cil; and executive KlTetV) of the
    Eases Count) Chapter ol AJC
    A leading Florida land develop
    cr and builder. Ja> Jams, has
    beet] named special assistant to
    Got CotMns
    Jam- also \> a- namwl executive
    director of the National Citiiens
    Committee, a group of 455 promi
    nent citizens from across the na
    tion who assist CRS in securing
    compliance with the iww Civil
    Rights I,aw
    Former co owner oj the Jams
    Corporation .1 a n i s Construction
    Companv and related building
    turn- in the South Florida area
    Jams vva- active In community
    vork in Miami He hat held posi
    turn- to secretary, vice president
    and director 01 the American Jew
    i-h Committee, Miami Chapter He
    -lived a- coordinator of the 19*2
    Conference to Preserve the Demo
    italic Processes in Miami Beach.
    As chairman of the Labor
    Management Committee the
    Home Builders Association of
    South Florida, he was the asso
    ciation's chief management ne-
    (itlor on m|or construction
    contracts in the area. For his
    work in labor-management rela-
    tions. Janis was three times
    awarded a special certificate of
    merit by the association.
    Born in Lot Aitceles Calf the
    T?-year old official attended high
    school in New York CM) and was
    graduated angM cum Itwde imm
    Vale Iniversity with a maH>r in
    Russian area -Indie-
    )AHIi
    SAMfT
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    S S FLORIDA RESUMES HER THREE AND FOUR DAY NASSAU CRUISES
    Junior Auxiliary
    Annual Luncheon
    Slated for Feb. 2
    Annual luncheon of the Junior
    \uxiliarv of the Jewish Home lor
    Ihe Aged will he held on Tuesdav
    noon. Peb ?. in the French and
    .l.eie ROOma Ol the Font.. lOehleOO
    Hotel
    Fntcrtjinment will he by Alan
    (lldersfeeve, a c c o m p a n ied by
    Mortis Halthwaite at the piano
    In charge of tickets is Mrs J
    Rechtacbaffer She arifl also be at
    home on Sunda>- at the Realeigh
    IpartmenU. 9M1 E Ba> Harbour
    Dr to take re-ervatKns
    Pounder's Book
    Dedicated Here
    Founder Golden Book ol the
    ib C Cohen Community Sj
    ir w.i- ledicated al 'be Prl
    da > Night Porun p m
    Name- of founders will be en-
    graved "n the metallic leaves of
    the hook and the\ will receive I
    Pounder*! Certificate from Rabbi
    Tibor Stern spiritual leader
    The new synagogue, ie-s than
    five month- old. already lit
    -one 150 familv members The
    Friday Night Poruas begins at
    R :t0 p m
    Holtsberg on Soles Sfcrff
    Jack S Holtsherg has been ap
    punted to the -ales -taff of WCKT
    TV. Ch. 7 it wac announced b>
    Charles Phillips, general -ale-
    manager
    This Emblem
    Identifies Your
    Welcome Wagon
    Sponsors.
    VwifimTliiiilteHJlit*
    gag civic lilt if feur i
    FIRMS itmitsrw IN
    IPOMSOISHII*, PUASC CAU
    HI 8-4994


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    Friday. January 29. 1965
    Give Them Tools
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    Rejoice again with those you love in Israel by sending them packages
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