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The Jewish Floridian ( February 12, 1965 )

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-> "Jewish Flondian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,'olume — Number 7 Miami. Florida, Friday, February 12, 1965 Three Sections Pi ice 20 House Revokes Ban on Aid to Nasser EAST GERMAN REPORT Prosecution Lnit Chief is Charged With Being Nazi BONN — (JTA Cov eminent authorities' heir -TIC mvcstmating charges made I>> the Ka-t lierman Cornmu;.i-t news agency claiming that l)r Krwin Schuele. head of the Central Office lor the Prosecution of N.i/i War Criminals, Ludwigshaven. h.nl been a member of the Na/: l'..rt\ under Hitler's regime, -civ< ,1 aa mdye in a Naii COi::' .uu\ belonged t<> the SS. Dr. Schuele i.n Poland mm. probing into dncumcntai'y ma terials on Na/i activities made available to WV-I (.crmanv hy the Polish Government The Ministry of Justice of the State (d Baden Wurtemberg said that it is await ing his return from Poland be fore it goes into the Communist charges. Dr. Schuele was quoted here as saying that the charges constituted 'a pack of lies" and that he had been merely a candidate fr Na/i Party membership. The Baden Wurtemberg Ministry sU that membership in the Nad Party had been compwlsery for all students under the Hitler regime, and that Dr. Schuele's party membership had been only "nominal." state Departmenl and German Embass; sources in Washington km no comment nn East Herman charges thai Dr Schuele is a former Nazi. The Embassy here indicated thai the Bonn Government doubtlessly would have a reaction to the charge against Dr Schuele shortly The state Department was asked for comment on the refusal of an official in its Berlin Documentation Center to respond to a request for verification of the allegation about Dr. Schuele. Names ol all former Nazis are contained in records in the Center. A department spokesman said that such verification is a matter for the West German Government and that it would be inappropriate lor Washington to comment on the matter. He added that the Berlin Documentation Center is open only to appropriate West German authorities and officials of the I'.S. Government. Verdict on Eichmann Aides Seen too Lenient Favors Johnson Plea; Votes 241 to 165 For Mid-East Tree Hand* BEHIND THESCENES STRUGGLE PAGE 8-A SHh'AON PERES deterring factor BONN — ill A i A storm of protest throughout West Germany marked the Frankfurt court verdict! handed down this week against two farmer SS aides to Adolf Eichmann, one ol whom was acquitted. The two. former SS Lt. CoL Herman Krumey and former SS Capt Otto Hunsche. were charged with helping Eichmann to send hundrnK <>i thousands ol Hungarian Jews t> Nazi death camps. Astonishm w a s .•%,,..-.-. avoii Two Orthodox Jewish groups Agudath Israel ol America and thi National Society ol Hebrew Daj Schools, supported the Administration multi-million dollar school aid bill This was expected since both groups have consistently argued that the constitutional issue should not bar help to hard pressed religiously-sponsored schools. The current bill seeks to skirt the issue by providing aid to children in low income families, rather than to schools, ami hy providing S100.UIO.000 to help build •shared time" teaching facilities Continued on Paqe 9-A Buenos Aires Police Hint Early Arrest of Terrorists Continued on P^ge 6-A ADOPTS $4,584,000 BUDGET FOR 1965 ADL Returns to NCR AC Fold WASHINC TtiN i.l'l'A — The B'nai B'rith s Ann -Defamation League adopted a 1965 budget, totaling $4,581 oon. as it concluded its 52nd annual meetma here last weekend. Topping the ADL's 1964 budget by :in per cent, the funds will be raised thrmn-h a campaign to be conducted in the major cities ot the United Slates. The mi > unj appro\ pd the ADL's Kffiliation with the S tional Communitj Relations \ • n national and local Jewish com munilv relations bodies Dole Senary, president ol the ADL. reported that a series ol studies on anti-Semitism in the United Slates, being conducted for the League by the I nivei sit.\ ol California Survey Research (enter, will be completed b> 1968 In nother report, delivered by the ADL's general counsel. Arnold Continued on Page 2-A BUENOS AIRES tJTA The Buenos Aires police, continuing their probe ol a neo-Nazi terrorist cell Hushed out last week near the Ezeiza airport, hinted this i eek "i earl) arrests. Local newspapers reproduced text Ol .. hall-coiled, halt clear mes ... ;e m 'ring Nazi cells in the irea to prepare for action Police ,,.I.I the message was found, to, ther w ith other material, neai the airport Police also found a list of 27 prominent Jews scheduled for attacks by the neo-Nazis. The Ur.ited Front Against AntiSemitism and the Progressive Democratic Party issued state ments protesting Nazi activities in Argentina. The DAIA, the central agency ol Argentina Jewrj. sought to re Assure Argentina .lews with a statement saying it was maintain ing contact with the police in the While all members ol the gang fled, police found evidence I hat one of the Nazi lead, iis Continued on Page 8-A GETS RFPRIMAND Cabbie Nixes Nazi Passenger Li IN DON .ITA Wolfe B the l undon taxi drivi r who '. -t month refused ui accept as isenger Francoise Jordan, ol the British Fas< isi leadei Colin was reprimanded this v ek b> the taxi licensing au thurit) ol Scotland Yard, which sent him ::n official reminder thai drivers must accept all passengers tegardless o( their col >i. rice or i I eed Busell had been fined by a London court for "insulting" Mrs. Jordan when he told her. Continued on Page 13-A



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Page 2-A + k*i 0 v ^o/w/ Confab Next Weekend ^wastt^' M^XJB*^* i^t^mwj -+~ ., fcature a known via ISRAEL BOND SUPPLEMENT SEC. C CANADIANS HONOR LEADERS PAGE 7 A Vice President Hubert II. Mum I will receive the Human lorn Award and be principal speaker at an inaugural dinner i uring the international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds meet in. at the Fontainebieau Hole. I the weekend of Feb. l!) to 21. Vice President Humphrey will address the dinner on sundaj evei ing, Feb. 21. Ot the dinner. Sir Isaac Wolfson. outstanding British business leader, will also be guest ol honor. The inaugural conference is expected to bring together more 'han 2,000 Jewish leaders from the United States, Canada, Latin America and Western Europe to launch the 1965 Israel bond campaign. Goal for th • year is S .;.. | nance thi economic de unent ul Israel, : 'i emphasis on the expansion nl m h -T;. .Hid the absorption ol iman in the unuerdt veloped Is en the countrj Depi'fv Prim* Minister nl Israel .Abba Eban will present the ecor imic d velopment nee Is ol his country before the vr.:, Israel Bond inaugural conference, ac cording t Samuel Rothberg. national campaign cha'rman. who i> :•! serving .iconference chairman. I the conference mark the of• i ampaign o on "i .peak( .. Eban and Lady Mrs Jan i the I>i' B*-s Mycrson, television s'ar, who w.-s recently named chair man cf the Women's Division of the New York campaign for Isratl Bonds, will serve as commentator for the international premiere showing of the Givenchy Israel Fashion Collection, combining the designing skills of the leading French and Israel fashion experts. The international tour of this fashion collection will be a major vehicle in the Women's Division campaign. Brotherhood Fete At N#r TamSd On Wednesday evening, the fourth "I the monthlv symposiums will be held at Temple Ner Tamid, Honoring Brother!) I Month, rep. resentatives of the three major i iths will participate in the symADL Returns to Governsnq Body Continued from Pjge 1-A : i i be intensificatit n ol .i worldgn by V". ng pi, ement ol it~ resei the dis -. of B'nai th lits i utthe l i iti i ntei %  '.. I i reel itbreak "i big tr> posium titled "L'nd Each Other's Belli fs Participants include Rev. Ed ward .1 Met artbj, OSA rector ui Biscayne College; Re\ Lee V. Lindsley, p I Miami Shores mnity < rt M Baui president >-%  ...: n ol Gn Miami. Fom I 830 p m im "i the Ti mi A GIFT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN ISftAEl Mayihie friedfc :rq ACE AlnKM'V FR !>-:M07 DAY WORKERS S3 -F. HISN TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL WELCOME DELEGATES j TO THE ISRAEL BOND CONFERENCE OF 1965 let us Make th; Conference a Success by "Buying Israel Bonds." • Ma/ihie Friedberg Announce tVay To f/e/p Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York, N. Y. (Special) ihrinks the swollen doors to the. Announcement has been made sinus cavities and helps drain of a new tablet development away the pain-causing preasure which has the remarkable abilBn d congestion. ity to help drain clogged ainus The shrinking aubsUnce ID cavitiea and thus relieve conthis new tablet has been ao suegestion and pressure. The headMMfu to|liea i: y in prornonn g aches, pressure pains, Muffed-up drainage of the ginus ^tiei head, nasal drip, cloaked breath,. :, • „ ,_ u ing-all the unrelenting symp^VV* now 9 !" *"*** ""> !" toms the sinus sufferer know. '^y by doctors than any mau> well-are attacked directly terial for this purpose. Thw new by Improving drainage of the nlt inti ;•.!. %  rrtialiilitv and uiKlerstanding t a liner persoual service at a cosJ o greater Iban or< aervica.Xo^vi%RiwajdaGhaiftelfl...ow'enicEtlyl' l in Coral Gables, Miami Beach tuiJ Surtli I'adf Com serve all fifty stales; Thai is why so inaiiv families ask Riverside to take cl jft times of stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Jllami Beach: ltoO Normandy Drive • 10th and Alton B 1 JE 1-1151 : al S.W. 17th Streol • fflghland8 Miami Bi rj s.E. 19th Avenue • WI7-t t



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sruary 12. 1965 *Jen>M ncrkflan Page 3-A tile Division of Combined Appeal Harold Bosworth Memorial Lunch Annual Itm< n-on ol Hie MerI 0j\ beiiali ol the Hill %  I place Tffursday, Feb. 25. 13 i^M in the \ -oinl We>i [ Din las Bnced bj Joseph E | >nks"B Wilh.im > Itidien •• %  • |iairffl^Bt>t the SptiaiWi h utl lie i IIAUI i. [in"-i the Anoarel Diorris Rabinowitz, chairhe Jewelry Group; and Iscrhm. honorary chairle Apparel Group. sworth Award, honorlilanthropie and retailItry leadership of the .cutive vice president Raging director of Jor|h, will be presented to a the Mercantile Division: # committee will select an indWMfc*! who will be cited for ..lllawdi ) personal dedication to ISSSst'v community and to philanthropy Sptftal .'' "''' Men an ile ** %  l"' llvm ,ehf!WBPi '"' < ^ chairmiin. iho Me recently returned from %  AT PROOFING A Specialty PtM PIST CONTKOl fOK 11 H0{ AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION [TRULY NOLEN IXTERMINATORS Te' FR 7-1411 %  600 N W. 7th AVE. the Mercantile Division will be represented at the luncheon. Heading the participation oi these groups are the following leaders: Apparel Group — John Serbin, honorary chairman: Hair.. Miz i mission i<> Israel and Europe, rach, chairman; Miss Bea Feld and Celebrity Club favorite, Alan man and Bernard v.'He. co-chair (jale. men; Irving Kern, chairman <>( In addition %  *) Cn-Chairmen Women's Sportswear Manulactui Brooks and Ruben, everj facet of ers; Ben Schwartz, chairman ol William Rosenwald to be Honored Here William Rosenwald, honorary national chairman "I the United Jewish Appeal and one of the nation's t o r e m o -1 philanthropic leader".as to be tendered a cock„il part) and reception at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Thursday, from i lo (i p m Co-sponsors for the occasion ere to be Ihe Miami Host Committee ol the Combined Jewish Appeal and a leadership delegaol Hi-Nev Y"rk I nited Jew • li Appe Rosenwald has been a national leader of the United Jewish Ap peal and of the Joint Distribution Committee, a leading UJA agency which has played a vital role in the savings of 1,500.000 Jewish lives in 27 years. Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman ni the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, announced thai members ol the Miami Host Committee were Greater Miami Jewish President Sidney Let Ihe following commun Embroiderers; B> ron Topol. chairman of Handbag Manufacturer';: Donald S. Lavigne. chair man oi Men Apparel Manufacturers; and .lack Diamond, chaii man oi Textile Salesmen. F*Or the Retail and Department Store Group, Sanford Sprintz and Murraj Frie Iman, i For ihe Furniti i and Appliance i iroup, A .i Alexander, lioi ci a. > chairman; II) Lipzin, Maxwell ll %  lilatt and Herb rl Spahn, Jr. i o-chairm< Rav \l ul mi chaii %  man ni Ap] i ii rdon Pater•'. i h Bedding Mann 11 irers; .1 William Baros, Jr., hair man ol Cai %  %  an Rug Rei lers; Robert Eichenbaum and lerome Uffner, co-chairmen ol i perj nnd Upholsterers; Dave Melin. chairman of Furniture Manufacturers; Anita Priest, dan man of Interior Decorators: md %  "i Ml< r. i hairman ol Furni?'' 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rage 4-A -Jel*tncrkHar Friday. Febru ary 2 *Je wi^ Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 r RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher -EO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor sELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher •>,.... | I.-:--" • MM J*wMl weekly Member o^I J.•" J N D „., *Beey. Se.en Art* Fetture Synd.cate^Wor 0• f Engl.dlJeo •* Nefpap'i. "d the FiOf— % %  SUBSCRIPTION RATES Loci A-e Ore VM* UM T"'* v ?0 Out o To*n Upon Reaue Number 7 durifig the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN /olurr.e 38 Friday. February 12. 1965 10Adcr5725 Israel Bond Confab To Inaugurate Drive State :: Israel Bonds ha* mil community :.: ill annual :--::.:: fer s held at e Fon leau Hotel from Fee 9 21 to launch a S10C 300.000 -~. ;fa the yeoi :: 1965 Z mi is not >appy see t] he %  midst It also '.-. to pi host to leaden srld Je • shall %  ="7'' • tsident oi I Huc-e-r: Humphi receive the Hur reedon Award eri the Fee i. znquel where Six Isaac Volison ol Qreat Britain is also for a citation To add :o the splendor of the asion Deputy Prime Minister oi Israel Abba Ebcr. will be present to sffex an economic report on the de• e.cp.-r.ent status of his country. All of "his adds up to one of the most stellar Israel Bond inaugurals ever held here. But whatever the variety of noteworthy personalities and events, the purpose remains the same: the strengthening of Israel's economic end industrial growth toward the achievement of a sound society in the Jewish State — end certainly the soundest in the Middle E~s:. The 1965 goal of SI00,000.000 in Israel Bond sales merits the launching of a new fiveyear plan for Israel's development, with an eye an the integration of some 50C.0OC more ir.nabitanti than today, and a total population of upward of 3.0CC.OOO citizens by 1970. Economic and .. d development :.work rut out in a variety oi belt ::Ci.r. feed and clothing, to chemicals elec equip me. :ransportion. Israel Bonds i major role here They have si e bac .-: ne international inaugural will brii %  years ahead Greece; Miai %  d parti Report Probably Accurate M 365 tor prrsecuriminals • %  • athi ames a re: --.-• from the East German Agenc y thai Dr. Erwin •head of the Central Office for the Pro* "• War Criminals at Ludwigsn.mself a member of the Nazi Party during the Hitler era, that he served as a judge a Nazi court, end belonged to the SS. Under ordinary circumstances, we would tend to be wary of s"ones emanating from East Germany or. indeed, anywhere behind the Iron Curtain. But in this case, the probability is strong that the charge against Schuele can be substantiated. Who will doubt the sincerity of former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, himself confined in a concentration camp during the Nazi regime? Still, some of his closest advisors were former Nazi bigwigs. West Germany today is new. sleek and one of the most powerful forces on the European continent. These are matters of economics and that famous quality known as German industry and ingenuity. But politics are quite another matter. Heat of Debate Rises It was inevitable that opposing views should ultima'ely emerge from the Americcn Jewish community on President Johnson's proposed federal aid to education. Surprisingly, more than Orthodox Jewish groups have come out in support of the proposci. Generally cautious civil libertarian organizations like the Amenccn Jewish Committee this week announced support of 'he bill although subject to qualification. With the separation of church and state principal involved to a generous decree, it will be interesting to observe the kind of dialogue that develops among spokesmen in our notional community as the heat of debate i Ours Fears Justified As wes exper U.S. House of R %  resentatives has posed ban againi A_ael Masse:. From President Johnson oi has ling less i taster tc u would := so. Has nol *•' N recent months to jun the U.S. Info::: •d do* z the sea We believe Mr N just whal ne thinks of be afraid to shov Chooses His Passengers The British are Bi rig ... down wire. London cabbie Wolfe Busell learn in tne reprimand issued him this wee 'axi-hcensing authority of Scotland Yard' Busell took a dim view of one of his sengers, Francoise Jordan, when he discovered her to be the wife of the British Fascist Colin Jordan. Scotland Yard feels that a cabbie must accept all passengers, regardless of race color or creed. What Briton, or any true democrat would argue this principle — unless the Dassenger happened to be the wife of a Fascist leader? This is how Busell saw it. Apparent some Fascist henchmen had similar feelmcs they burned his house down. We are sure Scotland Yard is as perturbed about that as about Busell's individualistic view of just whom he would and would not be chauffer to. THE RETURN ol 1 De *" %  • i, : : the Nation, i „*'weekend ,s „ h n merely j, more than a twelve y. >.nc,. .he Ahl. %  „ American Je W lsn ,"H 11 on a I cons • ,„ -.('Kir;, chairman of the League, explainthe return basis Onci we felt that our fundamental phUosop %  ind n would not be compromised, that our ability to function would" unimpaired and that final authority for our action-, and would remain with our own boards of directors th< maininoutsidi N< !: \C disappeared Th e breach first developed following the Ifaclvi j "'*hi h suggested th.it there is something wasteful live act trities ol Jewish civil libertarian o • tthe; ?h< t" submit to a higher bod; • Prol Mai her findings, howi effective endeavor re-ted or • .. thi : ndamental differences betwen thi tied itiny It is. ol nple to call for the %  n the nami f greati 'M"-rt is sis -•.•'ilill %  • %  • powei the A nerii an Jew ish Comi u %  • : the new |i UNITY IS NOT INTIRtlY A DISIRABll THING DERHAPS AJCONGRESS SAW %  • • • %  stinci %  .... ivenshmenl thu unit} Indeed thi carei Mr S .• %  • x 1> l i turn to the N mil nnl} "'i its own tern%  %  in impairn enl ol itultimati i kments I %  thai we are increasingl} i :•.:-..;. %  ward the elficienc> ol "umbrella oi lanizations. it is s movement aw individuality, however nominal l | ::ti| st ultimately dilute the characteristic quality of ei libertarian bodies concerned hen their history, thi membership, and the outlook the) in in, to particular | fecting the Jewish communit) at large Itinmaking to uch ol the Aids decision it un,.:,:: 1 particularly in light ol the observation b> Label KaU idem ob B'nai B'riih, who explained thai the return to NChV presses li'nai B'rith's long-standing policy of encoun practical] and workable forms of unity without imposing uniformit> in communit} life Aware ol the danger himself. Mi Katz sharp!} del basis on which the ADL came back to the fold. The alti two either that the ADL will ultimately accent th< Maclver report ., dozen years later, or that the action iand a -up to the monolithic \ ievi SKIRTING TH[ MORI fUNDAMNTAl ISSUIS gENJAMIN R, EPSTEIN, national director of the V League, put it another wa} Vevei before in our co %  • : • tor} have problems in human relationbeen so crucial • I I so vital to then solution Tin.ish community .i| f 1 '>' %  n tial thai today all orf • '! e advancement %  %  %  ;-• 01 their P ctter human relations • l fail to fim return to \ ill} ih. n the questi m ol s. more fun men) • • • %  has been iv hut ho h lee m %  racter of I m %  posit %  • \. .. .: about I Jewish activitv on the : • is i threat to another minorif !•• the \i ro niovi mei I .'%  AlORf POl/7C4l MORALITY NtlDID gUT WHERE ALL i to resolve the problen ibsenl Negro leadership Wl %  live th. Negro i political direct iOWn rathe, than to take up his cudg Jewish Civil libertarian orgs their hsii .. as a „ ;;'•• 'n the Negro rights cause The consequei h "'' have thus betrayed thi cause ,, !" | M me. i> the larger issue In statement.. %  tatement is to have any meaning ... all I l •' him. is more crucial in the history ol ,'• n '"'", problems than a solution to the Segi dm* toward equal freedom hut l'?,^' ,h "' %  '' ""' '" mlr "ow^ttj '-not a mere moral ,.,'" : ''r nd rwdiness effectively to work toward tl I,'''; "I,''"' U rw> uhat n striving toward the willingness and readiness V ', ?"? ,u, r voiced by the ADL's nstioi chair main .M '' ; "" h, ""> ,l "oui actions and pro gran main \wth H i r „,. „ boards to J I' is not political moral:'"'" Me Oi the most explosive hum. %  n -.generation to ^ ,uu,l return %  N i ll .m



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jy. February 12. 1965 Jen 1st fir rid far) Paqe 5-A U M C s^JiitcMiitioniil s^fmin aura/ \^~onferencc y*-~entniittcc or the (sliiitcct *^tatcs ana \—*anaaa Jiiwfleaiure in £*rnne>uniHg ^At tJiJinncr ^^^clcbration of ^zArmcriccin and Jjritish j-ricndship for s^Tsracl GUEST OF HONOR SIR ISAAC WOLFSON, Bart. \J\#teA v_/ii/u = r ri\ilif f a Hit f^/ti/onthrepi*/ Sunday Evening, February 21st At Six-thirty P.M. At the Fontainebleau Hotel SPECIAL GUESTS OF HONOR T/o 1//c T^reiiJenl of t/ie United >State* The Hon HUBERT H. HUMPHREY 'Z/A JJepiitu r rime ~ Minister o/ sjtrael His Excellency ABBA EBAN MUSICAL PROGRAM The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Q^onauekea // 4-cibicn *Z5evitzku ITZHAK PERLMAN 'JbiitinguUheJ sjeraet i/Miniel SAMUEL ROTHBERG, Chairman For Information Call INTERNATIONAL INAUGURAL DINNER COMMITTEE Room 400, Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach Telephone: JEfferson 2-7351



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F=ge 6-A -Jf^ist fkridiar Friday. February 12 Ed Sullivan Named to Receive NCCJ Headlined Award at Brotherhood Fete I't-ie\ ision p< • ne>paper nisi lii an bu I •. < • select* recei v e the firsi Headhm i Awn I the Fl Region. Nat The sting Sys !• ted at the i rhood Dinner 01 SCCJ F ntainei I This year s event marks the first time that Greater Miami or any other city in the Sooth has been selected to launch the annual national observance of Brotherhood Week, scheduled for Peb. 21 through 28. Dr !< Fones national N president speak at thi Mack tic. SI pre* r*s Award to ner nan of Bn f With .:mi beir. enten the rint appropriate i linner .. • .-•' nsistent i sup) rt ag % %  • light yith three F*#ri4a winners of the Silver Medallion Brotherhood Award, given each year to a Catholic, Protestant and Jew. :•:> are I arrail >-t ihe d Up) presi. t %  Federa Ssviags and n ,:nd George B •rforer. chairman .f Slorer Broad aMtiafl Co. Sin Sullivan will join her bus hand -t the dinner, al which Dr Jones, former president i both Rutgers L'nij^rsit} and the Universitj %  nsas will deliver the national keynote address f"r Brother!) I Famed George Washington Letter Will Be Exhibited at Brotherhood Dinner Here ID SUUIVAH I : %  ".:'. an enjoy i leat r* ntert %  > (putting roi -. %  ., rig s select] n Sullivan will share the spotEgypt Stronger — Peres Continued from Page 1-A bemeni etweer si I-rael spending %  %  funds for a tl stag Mi East need for Eat ired. aople not tst • The imed letter written rton :o the Turn Sj N'ewport. R.I.. exhibited at the 13th am '...therhood Dinner •legion of the Xat %  • ,( %  • : Christians and M rns Mor gens tern, the New V rk st who owns the document insured for more than CM.OOO. will be on hand with the •he letter which said ernment of the United v. tes gavi "try no >anciu r • pars* < utioji n>> aaaiM ance." Display of the letter, which will be read at the dinner by U.S. Sen. George Smathers, will be a highlight of the Feb. 22 function at the Fontainebleau Hstel, launching the national observance of Brotherhood Week. Sen '•Mil bring person..! greeting !' -.'lent Lyndon B J ons n to the black tit HOt-a-phHe function, accord-* •_ : dinner .hairman. John R The .n letter w as writ' ter b\ the t irst President in Mig1791 abou; a year and a ftei %  : %  • the :.:-' ie in the : try Washington expressed American ideals of religious liberty in hit most stirring phrases. under his own vine and fig tree," which, a deeply religious student of the Bible, he adapted from two Old Testament quotations. %  -• • ent banker and p. %  y rgenstern Foundation, turned res • ffers from throughout the nati i exhibit I : the letter in fee._r..'. r. of Greater Miami's se ection 1 begin thi of Brotherhood Wi MIZRACHI TOURS TO PESACH and YOM ATZMA'JT April 13-May 9.1965 *995 • • %  %  •itrataltm— \> -. • ^dependence Day C e: .• %  .%  thi -* it ,i :i: :j %  T ? %  t Oo! I %  •• :-i-:'.-T-i.f .•-• z-g' •• that *\ !-• o. I tC '-It z • s--s :i i-ii %  |3j • •' ?-* cc "<%  SOL RASHA RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS 0' tvc \ 830 ESPANOLA WAY r'lAMi BEACH JE 8' Q In it. Was] set down in precise 'he ideals toward oncept of Brotherhood • Only Bahamas Airways has l daily nights and a special 17 nour excursion fare to FREEP0RT S 2 2 50 .' Fl %  -: It; • ;"' i fc e •*• •: '•:--!-! Before you build or buy. learn how you can save 3 wa vs with a First Federal mortgage If •• lanning to build, buy or remodel, it'll pay you to cc^.pare these -<-. ing advantage* of a FlR^T FEDERAL home loan. 1. Low interest rates of 5Hi. 5*4. and 6^1 enable you to make important M inga :ver the entire life of your mortgage. 2. Low l 1 ; ^ closing cost reduces your initial expense. 3. We include the extras at no extra cost. Our closing cost Lncludw ei*ryth -g exoept a survey, if required, and abstracting. Visit a helpful loan officer at any of our convenient office*, today. §j^! First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI w H. WALKER. c'*a daily miami to ireeport 4:oo am 8:oo am il:oo am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:oo pm 10:00 pm daily ireeport to miami 2:20 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Bahamas Airways AS ASSOO'ATE OF BOAC-CUNARD GENERA'. MKNTl BCAO MIAMh J774X1 / FT. LAUOERDALE: SJ4-;r W. PALM BEACH l}].|4 %  OWNTOWK IOC £ • r Si Anenca'i Oidett Federai Large* in tt* Sou* iTvi trvea COtAi. BAT 0TM MIAMI KVMOAIL K5eAtTAO 13a: Si. 2M km. Zftt jja22MSL sc u isu sr. Hi MM &MpMf.X1r M': $ —MI H INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS fO(t AIR • BUS • OR CRUISE TICKETS HOLIDAY TOURS ""TRAVEL AGENCY 224 PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 374-7474 374-2753 FREE TICKET DELIVERY REMEMBER there is no CHARGE for our SERVICES I



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bav j-ebntcrt-y 12. 1965 madians Will lonor Israel rnd Leader Gr0V er. Montreal bamv %  „,.nd philanthropist .,.,,.,, at %  1-sim.on.ai Sunday evening, a 1 ha Hotel, sponsored b } Israel Bond Orgayiw. [he Dominion 01 C anada ld Riv iin. consul general of ale 0 f [srael in Canada, will • speaker ..< dinner is one of a series ents held here in advance c 1965 international .naugu0Ilfere nce for Israel Bonds, \ r : n takes place Feb. 19 to 20, Vice President Hubert H. L.-phrey and Sir Isaac Wolfson ; re at Britain, as special ,... s The conference will L,.-h a worldwide campaign Hit sale of $100,000,000 during :oming year. rnouncement of the Fob n rill t -t as made hero by D. l.mi national chairman of the .. lian [srael Bond Drive, who (I out that Mr. Grover is be •nor.'d lor his many years .rvice to numerous castes at and abroad which aid hu%  it) iver served as the first chair• oi the Israel Bond Drive in • real in 1 953. a position he for four consecutive years. is pr ntiy honorary chairo| the bond campaign in his li unity \ ice President of the -t Organization of Canada. 11 wa for seven year chair fi| the I'nited Palestine Ap and the United Israel Appeal, lany phases of Jewish fe in ins country, he *Jtmlst\fk>rldliar> Patre 7-A Eichmann Aide Verdicts 'Lenient' Continued from Page 1-A prison to await trial on another charge growing out of his wartime activities in Zaniocz, in Naziheld Poland, where he reportedlj GROWER HARRIS Hebrew Free OVS question as to whether West German courts could judge the deeds of Nazism. rounded up Jews for tran&poit W Dr. Fritz Bauer, the Frankfurt (he Auschwitz camp. puolic prosecutor, called the verdicts "rotten and intolerable" and %  me quarters in Wesl Ger utteiiv incomprehensible." Asmanv expressed tear thai the hunt serrlng that -it is as it Ei hmann sentences might sel a precedent himsell were given five years." %  tutore trials ol \. izi criminals is a director of the Loan Sonets and was a leader n ,. declared ihat his office would accused ol helping to organize use -every Judicial means in its plans power to obtain a revision ol these than oi the building fund il the rlospl tal of Hope. Harris also announced thai the sentences." event will commemorate the apchief Prosecutor Hans dross pointment of Mrs Harold Fana man wno had asked for inaxi noria. of Montreal as the 11165 na mum sentences ol life imprisonitonal chairman oi the Canadian m ent lor both former Nazis, said Women's Division for Israel 1^ would appeal. Krumey's counBonds S el also said he would file an apMrs. Fanaberia was the first' i>eal against the five-year s,.n "Woman of Valor" in Canada tehee. Krumey was returened to for murders ol .lew. rather direct participation in the torture and murder Ol the victims The Frankfurt court made thai distinction in its verdicts. Rob;rt Kempner, a former America*! prosecutor in the r^uremberg allied war crimes trial?, cOrr nented in Landsdown, Penna., that the verdicts were "not understandable." He predicted the ruling would step up demands for West German action to extend the effective date of the statute of limitations for prosecution cf Nazi war criminals, now due to become effec five next May 8. He called the acquittal ol Hunsche "c mpletelj Incomprehensible" and said it raise 1 "heavy doubts about the capacity ol certain members oi the court to understand the murder proci lies oi Eiihrnann and his accomplice Rabbi Labovilz in Review Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will review "Friday, the Habbi Slept Late." for Temple Ncr Tamid Sisterhood on Tucsda> ai 10 a.m. Mrs. Ben Fabric is chairing the event. 9c BANK FOR YOU... 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Page 8-A -JmlstncrM&r Friday. February 12, 1955 Story Behind Aid-to-Nasser Struggle %S -%  !l, the measure a* one WASHINGTON— JTA —Preset L>ndon B. Johnson urged igrea this week to give him : evd>m of action" to send surplus food to Egyypt. The presi a* made at the start sum mooed 1 eon• 'i T-President urged Con• • %  approve the Senate ver. n .'' amend1: • %  • The S softene Id %  • I jrpt The S srsioi -.lent de• "'-• %  :• -' At his nwi conference, the President said it was of the highest importance that he have •he flexibility to deal with such ; oreign policy problems. His remarks clearly were directed at -he House which is scheduled to consider the Senate modification. Argentina Police Hint at Arrests Continued from Pag* 1-A %  \ecuTV f the Ni -••••• its repeat! D A:. ... in -•.. it n jues Senators ne %  Texas Republican. Rep. Robert Michel, Republican of Illinois, who authored the House ban, indicated that he will insist on its retention. Rep. Michel said he will move" to instruct the House conferees to hold out for the absolute prohi.if aid to K-; pi His expressed that bis p sition would be approved b> the House, especially in \ie\\ of the Senate vote. Wayne Morse. Orej ocrat. led the fight against tag the H % %  11 -%  %  %  -• asserted that the I'rited States ill Sasset l He called U.S. aid to Egypt pan 1.:' "a shameful proappeasement to dictators' Sen Jacob K. Javits. N< ^ork Republican, joined in urging Senate to adopt the House position He said "this cry of indignation from the House of Reproenta lives, if sustained in the Senate. may reach into Egypt and make >ple of Egypt feel how very deeply we are offended by what has occurred in their country with respect to us. Javits also declared that t-r.t Johnson had remained silent despite appeals by various -hat he give his views on Nasser's act.vines. Thus, he essed, the Senate has no alternative except to back the position of the House "'If the Preswon't act. then the Congress must.*' he told his c IJohn Towers. and J. Strom endment ,0 the Export Control W.I.iam, Ne,-JW Democrat am Act of 1949. is similar to propoa als offered in the Senate earlier publican. this week b> jnd Senators Harrison for Jacob Javits, New Rep. Joel.-on. the co-sponsor speaking characterized ly nation directedagainst restraint of trade He sa w J ••We already have a nolicx lestraint of trade at it should be extended trmational sphere, particular) I when it is aimed against a trie JI a 3ainsi] hon *. aruil to thf ant -1 %  •ler and F T TRIP TC V.ASSAU ? Thurmond. Republican of South Carolina, also spoke m favor of the House position Se\t-r. : natives have introduced lion 1 %  ''•' -tnen resistance to economic boycoti pr \rab League bo; 51 :-raei The -ure wa spons red b> CharU ; Joela • N % %  Jersej .1 Pattern. • %  %  at .' 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Friday Februar y 12. 1965 +Jmist> fkrMHrtr Paqe 9-A 1 School Aid Debate Begins Continued from Pag* 1-A for both public school pupils. and religious M the ci •..•: Tamid seventh anniversary banquet will be held [at the Deauville Hotel. Planning the function are right) Louis I. Gold and Mrs. Gold, chairman of juet journal, discussing with Murray A. Shaw (standof Ner Tamid. details of the function. Hebrew Teachers Seminar Slated seminar for Hebrew Jewish school* of heduled to be i ,j. according to an • bj Joseph Cohen, Bureau of Jewish ssions w ill be held .-11 Fridaj hi to 1noon the subject will be Method "l Language M.... Settie Goldstein] ctor "I Temple i members <>i her stl ..' %  '*IIS : the Hebrew Ian%  Beth %  i I Congre ^nt "Methods of. Meet in wil u] Rabin edit cational director, and members of ilia staff Feb. 26, the subject will be "New Approaches to the Teaching of Humish." Meetings will be chaired by Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau consultant, and presentation of new materials will be by Louis Schwartxman, executive director of the Bureau. On Mar. 5, "Effective and Purposeful resting" will be presented bj Herbert Zvi Berger, associate director of the Bureau, Chair man will be Herzl Honor, educational director ol Temple Menorah \ ho will supplement the presen tation together itli the staff of remple Menorah. Vni ual seminar i* under the direction ol Dr. Soroft. Rabbi Morris Shorer, of the Agudath Israel, contended before the Senate Subcommittee on Education that the issue was educational, not religious. He added that his organization was "especially gratified" that the bill did not "arbitrarily" ignore the educational needs of pupils in religiously oriented elementary and secondary schools. Harold Goldln, testifying for the American Jewish Congress, asserted thai federal aid to parochial schools would have a "disastrous effect" on American education. The organization opposes federal funds for hooks and other educational materials and to the sharedtime facilities proposed in the bill. The American Jewish Committee came out for the bill, subject to qualifications, particularly Inclusion of a provision for judicial review. Morns B. Abram. AJt'ommittee president, appeared before the House Subcommittee on Education to declare that the AJCommittee's primary concern was centered on the '•child benefit aspects" of the new bill. He said thai "as long as the state or federal governmenl does not aid religion or religious education or church-related institutions; so long as its graint-in-aid is extended to the protection and improvement of the welfare of the child, it is irrelevant that the assistance goes to a person who happens to be of any race, creed or ethnic oi igin. The committee urged that en effort be made "to specify those areas which can be legitimately called 'child benefits'" which should be "clearly limited and related to the personal, physical, emotional and supplementary educational needs of individual children." Mr. Abram urged that three guidelines be used: that aid through the bill should insure that no religious institution acquire new property or expand existing property; that tunds from ,the measure should not IKused for religious purposes; and that expenditure and distribution of the funds •should be under supervision <>f a public agencj Rabbi lowy Conducts Count Integrated Bible and Hebrew study courses for adults conducted by Rabbi Daniel Lowy .it Temple Sinai will con!.:. inON M I day at 8:30 p Dr. Gross in Address l)r David Hale Gross, author of "Gold in Your Back Yard." of Easl Orange, N J., addressed the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge Luncheon Club on Tuesday at the DILido Hotel Subject was "Miracle oi the Mezuzah — Guideposl to our Days (ill' -~N • ttLLl-ry %  • Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? 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Page 10-A *. lewis* fkrMiar Friday. February 12, 1965 Rabbi Urges Battle on Intermarriage A leading Orthodox rabbi in the 1 nited States this week declared ere that "the intermarriage rate much worse than we know." Rabbi Pinchas SI. Teitz toW The Jewish Ploridian that "statistics o nol reveal the real extent Oi ie problem." Dean of the Mesivta "i New ersey and a member ol the pre%  idiuni oi the Union oi Orthodox Eabbis of the United States and 'anada, Rabbi Mt< said that Hie 'vanishing Jew' concept, as eveloped in a recent Look Magzine article, should have mobiuzi the American Jewish community to the dangers" Stemming the Tide • Instead." Rabbi Teitz noted. all we hear is a lot ot talk. There re forums and symposiums, but imerican Jewry has thus tar fail tl to join hands in some sort of x-tion to stem the tide that threatens our very existence as a eople Here at the Sterling Hotel '" sunch the 11th year ot his TalItUdiC Seminar of the Air. "Daf tashovua," Rabbi Teitz noted that privacy in Jewish circles has become so circumscribed that one .n no longer speak openly from "he pulpit, at a sisterhood or trenral synagogue meeting, or even i our yeshixos Charged Rabbi Ten/ 'Children may flock to the nation's yeshivos today Some may even go to the xtreme extent of wearing side icks and 'kapotas.' but many, all in many. have non-Jewish lothers The noted Elizabeth, N.J spirTial leader observed that "if you ake a census today, it would beome apparent that families that •ettled in the United States a entury ago are no longer purev Jewish Perhaps 7" per cent re lo-t RABBI PINCHAS TUTZ Jewish survival Safd Rabbi Teitz: "Our ranks are riddled by converts to Judaism. as well as to Christianity." Bankruptcy m Existence Pointing to the American Jewsh community that has built so man? synagogues, YMHA's and hospitals. Rabbi Teitz said that "the driving force behind them all w as the maintaining ol Jewish identity l!ut. ii after all of this. and after the loss oi one-third of our people to the Nazi onslaught, intermarriage still continueal SUCh a high rate in the U.S., then we must become war> ol a bankruptcj in our existence Something i rinili ly is wrong." Musing in the Sterling syna0| IC aboul the problem. Rabbi Teitz said thai "years ago, intermarriage brought shame to a Jewish family, which often went to the event of sitting shiva or disinheritance. Today." lie shrugged his shoulders with deep concern. "it's accepted as natural." As Rabbi Teitz sees it. "Our lommnmtv centers and '1 S have failed to keep our Jewish youth together. In fact, they con tribute to the intermarriage prob l,,„ bj accepting non-Jewish members. Indeed, l have known man\ non-Jewish girls who go to pur Ys deliberately. The) tell me Jewish men make the best husbands in the world." Interfaith Movement Rabbi Teitz also charged that niilel Foundations on university campuses throughout the nation are lading to stem the tide. "Hillel rabbis simply don't warn Jewish -indents against interdating." He added: "As a matter of fact, the entire interfaith movement contributes to the situation, what with the frequent exchange of pulpits between Jewish and Christian ministers, which gives our young people a twisted image. •Thirty years ago, a minister would have offered anything for delivery into his hands of 500 Jewish congregants as an audience. Today, he gets it free in the name ol interfaith. The conseouence is the loss of religious bar ricrs." Explained Rabbi Teitz: "I am not against the concept of brotherhood Hou could I be. and still be a Jew' 1 interfaith activities are fine so long as they are carried out on a secular basis Religious Sanctity How does Rabbi Teitz see the problem "i long terms' 1 -still." he declared hopefully, "almost all .lews regardless ot then affiliation want their children to marry Jews They see that the divorce rate in mixed marriages is astonishingly high. But." he added, "if the trend continues, even this desire for the maintenance ol our religious sanctity will slip away." Rabbi Teitz told The Jewish Ploridian: "There must be an immediate national conference of all organizations committed to Jewish identity, with a general declaration issued on the subject. We continue to talk about the •vanishing Jew.' but it doesn't seem to frighten anybody." Bar Mitivah Vow Also, to stem the tide. Rabbi Teitz urges that children attending Talmund Torahs and yeshivos should be indoctrinated with the concept that they must marry within their faith. In fact, the national conference on this issue should prepare an educational program for all schooltoward the achievement of this end. "I mentioned privacy before." he said. •We must no longer tear offending intermarried parents. The consequences are too profound." Furthermore, as Rabbi I'eiti sees it. "part Of. the Bar Mitzvah. vow sliould include a promise to marry within our Jewish taittl and tradition." The noted Orthodox spiritual Ii ader mused some more. "Do you know." he asked, "that an intermarriage takes place even two hours? VVe must come up with a program to combat the epidemic. Otherwise, the future of Judaism is too unhappv to contemplate." TALMUDIC SEMINAR OF m AIR "Daf Hashovua" For He 11th Consecutive Year Miami Jewry will hove the oppor Unity of leaminq a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Rabbi Pinchas h\. Te'rti Scholar and Famous Authority on the Talmud Rabbi of Eliiabeth and Dean of Mesifta of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 130 P.M. to 2 P.M. Heller to Speak At Kneseth Israel On Friday evening, Daniel Ne-i -teller, past national commander. swish War Veterans ol tinI'nited Mates of America, will be guest leaker at Kneseth Israel Oongre.ttltion His topic will be Civil ights or Wrongs Heller is a graduate ol the New ork University Schoi I ol Account%  g and Harvard Law School and lormer president of the llaivard Law School Association of Florida In 1961, Heller was a member of the United Jewish Appeal's &f irst young leadership mission to Israel and Europe, where he met with Prime Minister Davic 1 BenGurion, the late President Itihak Ben-Zvi, Moshe Sharett, Abba Eban, the present Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, and other top government leaders. He v/as also tn observer at the Eichmann trial. Heller has just rece'ved the President's Award as outstanding young Miamian in the Combined Jewish Appeal. He is serving both as chairman of the Speakers' Bureau. 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f, February 12. 1965 +Jmlsti fhtidHar Page 11 -A Etra to Speak at iring Dr. Samuel %  l Etra, New York attert| coi imunitj leader, will [ t :1 national reception i" | ([ Dr. Samuel Belkln, pres V Ycshiva University on ,,i the Fontainebleau Howho arrived ;it the Ster, week, >-• chairman hoard ol Trustees "f Amor Rest ;iinl largest unlvenitj lev i-li auspices. IBelkin will arrive, also at Jlcrling, early next week bfer with Etra, Sol For*t Lther trutee* of Yeshiva rsity, now in its 80th year. who succeeded the late Levy, >i;is served as v;i I chairman "I the board jecember, IMS. He is one of Inulei<>f the Albert EinEollegc of Medicine, one <>f University's f <> re m os i bents, and now serves on its li: Overseers, %  inentty identified with loeal and national religifiucational, health and wcl%  ganizationa, Etra has t" in |ionide recognition for his furtherance of Jewish and ban life president ol Congregation Reception Here Belkin Feb. 23 and on the Executive Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. He also serves on the beards of the Jewish Education Committee of New York and the Ramax School, and was associate chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. lie has been a generous benefactor ol the iniied Jewish \|> peal, the Federation ol Jewish I hilanthropies and many other communal and humane endeavor In June, 1058, at in" 27th anni.-d commencement ol Yeshlva University, Etra was awarded the tonorarj degree ol Doctor oi Laws by Dr. Belkin. Direct Dialing For Patients Direct ti Upbone dialing fei all local calls, without cost to the pa tient. was recently installed in all patient rooms having telephones at Mount Sinai Hospital The new system eliminates the hospital switchboard operator, with patients able to make loial telephone tails directly from beds de w ith i. < > listing or charge According to President I i i I. Abess, 'although this constituted some major changes in the hospital's telephone system, the move ua.decided upon by the board oi trustees t" mcourage patients < feel more comfortable in the hopital and to remove some of th heavy load placed on the hospital': .%  .-. itchboard." AUTHORIZED OEAllt r £NtTH Ouc •, HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service All Mokn \ 6i(trr,r — Mo'dl SfANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road t> *'•• %  .i Ttf—Tr4t—Trl*l—Trrwj PHONE JE 8-7V1 MAX ITRA Kelulath Joshurun. one of the largest and Blast influential SyoaIkes in the country, and past president of the Union ol Ortho dox Jewish Congregations of America He is vice president of Beth Israel Hospital. New York, a member of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, lasser Threatens to Break \e la lions With Germany Bom %  etui 'l><>\ — tJTA) — Officials Arab League were reported his week from Cairo as asPresidenl Nasser ol Egypt nost of the Arab countries break relations with West an> if the Bonn Government K> relations with Cairo. They said that steps are being lak l'n pare a meeting Of per sentatives of Arab ml In discuss the relations bethe Bonn Government and i Inle \ isser M o n d a \ ne i i break diplomatic re w ith \\ -.i i iermany if the • !o\ 11 nmenl continues to arms to Israel. The Wesl ,n Government indicated t maj be forced to break |ous with Egypt because ol invitation to Walter IIK.i-t Germany's chiel ol state, if the Ulhricht visit leads to Nasser's recognition >>t East 'iermany i In Bonn, State Sir, 'ar.v ii in ther \":i II.'. >•. official spoke.i".ui for the Wesl Germai Government, told a press coniercnc that "the problem is not our relations with Israel, but the projected vis it to Ca-.ro by Ulbricht. This visit has prioritj over everything else We have special relations with Israel, going back to the 1952 Reparations Agreement." He added that the Budestag, lower house I Parliament, will deal soon with the entire question oi West derman military aid t" a number ountries and "will seek a sati 4i.il tmy volution to this problem He emphasized thai West German; wishes ti> have good pens with both the Araband Israel, i SPECIALIZING IN PERSONAL INCOME TAX FOR PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEN • (* i r*i l~l *1 IP 903 CONGRESS BLDG 'ZLT" C MIAMI, FLORIDA [.ROSES %  %  —""• iBin 5 YE INSTALL GLASS I OR EVERY PURPOSE STMf MONT flATI AND WINDOW CLASI Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specially L. & C. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 I.W. 8th STREET Phone, FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin, Founder COULTON BROS. ...*. I.MIIK ni;acA a "ABT" "MAUir" "NAT" TOW TMACO BOYS aral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 I.W. 1th 5 s Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! 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Page 12-A • %  Jmistncricf/ati Friday, February 12. 1965 ,n&/i iaious & erviccs *Jhi* r WecLcnd • GUDTH ISRAEL. 7801 Cartyle Avi. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever, — • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. • A\SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. m CANDLWGHTING JIM 10 Adar— 5:52 p.m. BETH DAVID. ^625 SW 3rd Ave. Con servative. Cantor William W. Lip eon. PTIdaj 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Weekend • eervlcea conducted b) Rabbi tClleaerl A. Levl, S. TIIH.II. "Leaderahlp In I i uric." Saturda) :• a.m. ScrSnmurl hraoff. pr i n.on: ih. Jew Must be Special." """• I nlver* Bar Ml t avail: Andrew, son of air. and Mrs. Howard Learner. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho do*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday ,".:45 p.m. Saturday v:'." a.IV Sermon: "Building ;i Sanctuary." Minoha 5:30 P.m. if I'd urn Miami. Topic: Jewish learning." Mr, and Mi* l*av.i iturfman will IIMHI the OIM-B Shah! bat In honor of their wi-ilillng annl-| vi ma -.. Saturdaj S:30 a.m. Mlncha I ".:;'.'• p.m. • i %  FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 | E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. dox. Rabbi Berel Wein. OrthoBETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. •— • BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. i Ida) %  p. in • In'H hlrtlida> rmon: "Anii-rlca'a Immortals." Saturday B:43 a.m >t-rmoii: "Ulernal i. .! 1:30 ii m "T!i. Portion ol LAW." 5:3C p.m "Our Commandmints • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. '3630 W. Dmie Hry. Conservative. Rabbi R*ch:ird M.ircovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tin History of Philosophy of Conservative Judaism." Saturdny 8:43 a.m. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • BETH TORAH. 1e4th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip•chiti. Cantor Ben-zion Kirschenoaum. FViday 5:30 and ^:Z3 p.m. Saturday 8 4.'. a.m Bar Mitxvali: Stewart, son %  if Mr and Mra. Hurra) Shay; David, son of Mi nd M > Allen Wfiverman. *Jinch.*i *.: 15 p.m. • — B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 13rd St. Conservative. Rabui Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. Frlda) 8:1.1 p.m. (Surst speaker, Barii, \ riorenstel i, aasociali uirfotor, Ant I D matlon %  acne. Topic "Inventory of Hate." Saturday 8:3u a.m. 'o i -i on 'i 'on Ion ol thi Week." .\I II• %  .. 1:1." o ni llu Mltxvah: I... • ry, nt oi Mrand M %  •It berl lU.lcman, e CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. T519 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rszencweig. — %  e PLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative Rabbi David Rosteid Cantor Ceorge Goldberg. i* .. > ] in i in. • -; %  aki i. l T -fEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetret dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexandar S. Gross. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St., Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 5:80 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: I'll, Art of I.hin-.' Rabbi Sv.li>k> fittest speaker. Judge Milton rYl'.l-' i U,'WU JftUUMa) :4j a.m. I tar MiMa yaK\ I..I\M-. lie. i M ""> M" 1 \i ,\ Maoni ii Min' ha i p.m. — e TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Refomi. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Fi Ida) • '•" p.m. Ii'" oln's i. %  %  %  ., i noli: 'i'li. Ineompl. :•Kev. ; % %  mi n Ann i i. :i s itinla) I 15 a.m. liar Mitavah: Martin, son • %  Ml I Mia. Samuel A\ ii TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform, i Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Iilda) v I". p.m. Sermon: "Lincoln's Ugao.v and the Great Society." Saturda) II a.m. Bar Mliavah: James, -on MI Dr. ..ii. I Mrs. Aeher Hollander. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steincr. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chass Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. hrlda) vir. p.m. Sermon: "Should ,i,w> Observe Knee Relations Sab< bath?" Suttil'da) lv:45 a.in. SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TETZAVEH Aaron, in the robes of the High Priest, bcarincense A menorah in the background. •And thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron tin brother, for splendor and for beauty." (Exod. 28:2.) TETZAVEH — Moses was told: "Thou shalt command the children of Israel, that they bring unto thee pure olive oil beaten for the light, to cause a lamp to burn continually. "In the tent of meeting, without the veil which is be1 ire the testimony, Aaron and his sons shall set it in order, to hi •• from evening to morning before the Lord."' For Aaron and his sons were to serve as priests to God. The priestly garments arc described in jjreat detail as well as the various offerings that the priests were to bring on the day of their anointment. This portion concludes with the laws relating to the offering of incense on the altar, traded and based upon "Tht Graphic History of the Jewish This recounting of the Weekly Portion of tha Law is exHeritage" edited by P. WollmarvTsamir, SIS Publisher is Shengold, and tha volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing tha vc-lume is Joseph Schlang. • %  TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Rriday s:30 p.m. National Women's League Sabbath. Sluterh I members "ill itartitipate In avrtlve Satwill Inntall Men's I'lnl, officers. Sat-I urda) H:3u a.m. Sermon: "Lincoln — urda) 8:43 a.m. Mlncha 5:30 p.m. a JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Friday ". :l and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: i>a Senior Citizens." Saturda) 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Where is Moses?" ... KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. A Man vv bo Dared." TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green wald. iii.iav 5:30 and 11:13 p.m. Sermon: "CoiniminUim-nia and l-'uli'illui. m-" Saturday y a.m. herinon: "Portion 'i the l-i. Mlucha 5:3(1 p.m. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 WashingCantor Abraham Seif. ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving Friday 5:15 and S:30 p.m, Ou-si speah or, Daniel Neal Heller, attorney. Tojiic: "Civil RlKhtr %  •! Wrowrs." Saturda) s :30 -i in. Sermon: "iSarments ^i MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544! Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi i Abraham Strassfeld• MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Raboi Phineas Weberman. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845 I Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah mias. I rlday 5 p.m. Saturdny 8:30 a.m Sermon: "For Beauty and for Duty." —— a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I"i iday IS p.m U'nnl B'rith Sabbatli Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Ki-lda) •>:.;" p.m. Sermon: "1UD Fears After Lincoln." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Tin Weekly I'ortion oi the I Uible." Itar Mltivab: Jtmd, son ol I i >i. and Mrs. Lewia Capland, THI RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Education Bill Needs Examining A TASTE OF HEBREW 14 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION fatten DR. SHLOMO KODFSH TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Krlda) vi" p.m. Dialogue between l*r. S'arot und Dr. Calvin Boat of the Miami Shores lTi-sbyltriaii Church, roplc: "When Jew and Chiistuui Confront batch ither TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. Krlda) B:15 p.m Discussion Sabbath Uuest speaker, Mssr. James .1. Walsh, official Vutlc.in dclcaati oi the Miami ni.. .-• Topic: 'Inside the Vatican I'OUII. ii—l'.'ui." Saturda) n a.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative, K.H.IJI Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Eoward Klein. Krlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Interfaith and Int. rin,en ..... Sal irdu) S .i in. Hi I moil "The i 'ortlou oi the Law." Ho Mitavah: Arthur, %  •!! ol M I Mrs ll.ii! > l ..n Idson. —._ ^ TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ano Tatum Watcway. Modem Traditional. Haboi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I-'I Idaj 8:13 p m, b rthiluj n A Housi Divldi — TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. '•'i Ida) 8 :in p i .-. IUOII: i ... \i ,,.., %  : > nun \\ haj Jj.iii.4Zi By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO Hollywood Temple Sinai QUESTION: What is Your Opinion of Federal Aid to Private Schools, Which Would, of Course, Include Yeshivos and Hebrew Academies? One of the fundamental principles which has distinguished our American way of life is Reparation of church and stale, based on the First Amendment, which forbids Congress to make anv law "reliever know to what ends this may lead us. Are we not i; eed today with such practices as Bible read ings. prayers. Christmas and Katcr pageanti in our pubnc schools? While I wholehearted]] support our yeshivos and Hebrew academies, realizing that tluy are the Strongest foundations for our future survival, yet I strongly oppose their support through federal funds. I feel that a matun American Jewish community should and will realize that our daj schools spectitiR the establishment of ream ong the most essential forces in ligion." The tranters of the Amer ican Constitution, when they included this provision, were cognizant of the many evils which European nations had to endure Do you ^ee David sometimes? %  Yat, t saw turn \cterday. He came lo (mj i office. How is he? Where does he work) He worked m a restaurant, but he does not v.oik there any more. Why? It there no work there an>more? Yes but he had to lake a tiip. He received a letter from Haifa. Hin mother i very sick. I am sorry to hear this. I ihirrk that he can |et oik in Haifa, too. Yes. but he doe not like to work m Haifa in a restaurant. He seeks more in ;reiing work. E\eiy kind of UOII> is inierestina. Everyone should lose his work. I think so. too! But Da\id doee not ihink that '•:... .\-' ; K \-"Kr":rK },: r %  nteaV i ^Hn9 f *:K *ts tc~, T l r f • ; • %  t 'el'jf •' %  n • '• f T TSH ,rra|9> "V >'-" .a' Tyy it'? m z) nr, lay nrs^-isa ; % fgng •l"8?V "-r, xty HJM ?r ,H .-I'KS r,vr. *?t:• mf nroff ?**?" ?-* nw nfin mri K? ton ?3J ,-\t n-;t;pi:s nc'nx ntogjj ,rr:\ft atHj r^z^ ?t v S'^'H?. v$ tf-X ?f .• %  &>' rrfayn r.K ,"j Sftfin ': a; M SlHn K? —: ??K HHR DICTIONARY I OR TODAY. to me office how is he? there lo work to love '-K you see T-":"? I sa |ioi?7 na reMjurant %  cr f he cama %  najft work 2\-rT molher | VI.k If) msoo IT i xa mn r TEMPLE SINAJTJT NORtH MIAMI. 12100 ME 16th Ave. R e |li in. Rabbi Oamel M, Low/. Cantor cnet Gale Hilda) vi', i-.in. Men'a Club Sabbath Itabbl l.i.ui will moderate .i panel %  Hi" uHKion .MI 'i:iiii,> in II ,... 1 %  %  U Wis-al Law v. M i n r,.,i.. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative. ''' 'laj IS p.m. Roy Si .mis n ill be Imnoivd ai ill,Oneg Shabbat. s.nurda) 9 a.m Her n: "Weekly Portion ..i Hi. Law." TEMPLE ZAviORA. 44 Zamora Ave. evils and lo build a b el i c r and n o hi c i socict) that the pioneers of our American system decided lo keep these I w o important I forces in society \ .• JOB* g g p g ,, „ | e RABBI SHAPIKO apart. Once you begin to make a dcnl insuring the future of American Judaism and American Jewish life Both the separation principle ol church and stale, as v t !1 as the maintenance of our daj schools, are dear and close to our hear!* because religion L( t 1]s not sacrifice one for the and Politics were 0(h ,. r T | u .v ar e both vital for the interlinked. future of our country and the well It was to do being of the American Jewish co away with these munilv The true precedent is to be found in the long road Americans laborious!) traveled lo escai e the tyranny oi the old World enablii all of us to attain absolute freedi ni conscience, and | refecting church and stale alike against in\.^ ion oi Ihcir respectivt spheres U would be a backward step to lax any citizen in any amount, however small, for thi religio • education of any segment m the into the wall oi separation, you population — even his own Dr. Gordis Will Speak Sunday At Emanu-EI Dr. Robert Gordis, prolosor of | %  .. -a^., C Prbli uln'i • i.". •>r iii pin. s. i m..ii: l>i,t t,i n H Come True?" Saturday Sermon: "The Lout Oookn Bible at the Jewish Theological r : 3 ^nV V B ve ^ R t bb Hershel Brooke Seminary, will be the first speakL-antor Sen Dicknon. .. .„_ ., er in the 1965 Breakfast Forum at Temple Emanu-EI, it was announced by Joseph M, Lipton, Temple president. Directed by Dr. Irving Lehrman, theme of the series will be "The Challenge Confronting American Jewry." and is scheduled for three successive Sunday mornings, Feb. 14. 21 ami 28. First session on Sunday. 10:15 a.m.. at the North Branch Building will be devoted to a discussion by Dr. Gordis on "Assimilation." Dr. Gordis is Seminary professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and for nearly a decade, served as adjunct professor of religion at Columbia University. He has also been visiting professor of Old Testament at Union Theological Seminary, a leading Protestant institution in New York. TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. I Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax'• man. | TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami I Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry I Wernick. I-'ri.l.-n K:3ii ,, i„ >. ,.„„„, ,;..,,, „ ,., Mi. l.luln in,, a Hhnbhat hoMi d hv ~I-I, i hood. Hatunlii; %  ,i ,,, s. rmoii "l'i" 11 rtio of the vv i, YOUNG ISKAtL. "990~NE 17lit St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staober. rriaa) 30 p m Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion ..1 the W. This pdge i> prepared fn enohfr^::. „,./; tn< G/r.ivr Miaim Rdrumical Association. -' %  %  of /fuiurr, a ppeering \,m i>DR. MAX UPSCH1TZ (pffitltal leader ,./ Belli Terah Ongregdtfoit of North Miami Beach. — DR. ROBIRT GORDIS Rabbinical Assembly of America, national association of the Conservative rabbinate. He is the author oi nine books in the field of Biblical research, including "The Sony 1 r Son-' "Judasim for the Mi ge." and "A Faith for Modi ns H latest wort is "The Rw I and the He is past president of the Syna gogue Council of America, overall Branch.' body "presenting all wing, „, S;|I1UU ,, j Hal t hairniil Ameman Judaism, and of thelof the Breakfast Forum Series.



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IFriday. February 12, 1965 +Jewist fkricfiir Paqe 13-A OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Leon Kronish Of Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. .,,„•< %  194-4. was born in Brooklyn. K y ,on Feb. 21. 191"He graduated from Brooklyn College in 1936, and was ordained by Rabbi Stephen S Wise as a rabbi in Is h-.i.-l at the Jewish Institute ol Religion in 1942 Habbi Kronish is a past presiL, i ol the Greater Miami Rabbin\ Vssoi lion Rabbi Kronish is iv act;\e in Jewish and com una | affairs, not only in our ana. „ a tior i : %  as 'veil. He is na, ; ,| \,, ,• chairman of Israel lorm congregations, .ondon Cabbie [efuses Fascist k s Passenger Corinnued from Paqe 1-A don't want you; I'm a Jew, wou stinking Nan." He said he llore off her swastika-decorated ecklace after she told him, "If you are a Jew, what are you do |inq out of the ovens?" Vit) i thi inciaeni, BI sonists set l I s house while his | y was asleep inside No one ias Injun Mr Busell, mean liile, left for Israel for a twoI He said before his Jleparture that he had been up by %  • harassing ol Nazi ;ans and national vice president of the American Jewish Congress. Habbi Kronish is president of the Southeast Region of the American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Kronish has served on the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and has traveled extensively through out the Southeast on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds. He visited Israel in 194!). I960. 1902 and 1964. He has served on the Executive Board ol the Central Conference of American Rabbis, He is a member of the National Commission on Education ot the Central Conferi nee "i American Ribbis-Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and he is chairman of the CCAR delegation to the Commission on Jew ish Education Ral ;h is honorarj chairman 'ii the Israel Histradrul Committet HI Greater Mian., and i> an activi and u II known Zionist. Beth Shirah Will Break Ground for New Quarters and Mark Fourth Anniversary RABBI LION KRONISH Lee Vogel At New York Club > KI regular meeting of the New York Club of Florida is slated for Sundaj evening, Feb. 21. at IVash ington Federal, ti--< NE 167th St. President Jack Wilson will introduce Lee Vogel, comentator and moderator ol radio station WQAM, who will conduct an open forum discussion Youth Participate In Services The Confirmation Department and both Ihe Junior and Senior Chapters ol Ihe United Synagogue Youth II! Temple Kmaiiu KI will attend the Sabbath service in the main snnctuan with the adult congregation on Saturday Following services, the young people will adjourn to Sirkin Hall for an Oneg Shabbat luncheon and an informal talk from Dr. Irving 1 l.ehrman The monthly luncheons, part ol the school curriculum, arc held III conjunction with the expanded youth activities program of the Temple sponsored by the Youth Commission, chaired by Mrs Murraj Maisel. Youth and I'SY breakfast for high school seniors will he held on Sunday. 10 a in .. followed by breakfast in Sirkin Hall. Temple Beth Shirah Sunday will be celebrated this Sunday. Feb. 14, at groundbreaking ceremonies for the Temple's neweducational wing. The function will also mark Beth S h i r a h s fourth anniversary, Chairman Marvin B. Guberman said that the building will contain ten classrooms, a library. GUBtKMAN convertible chapel and caretaker's quarters. The building was designed by Seymour Drexler, architect, and made possible by the following families, each of whom designated a room: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel, Mr. and Mrs. David Bended. Mr and Mrs. Seymour Cohen, Jack Dolinger, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ehrich, Mr. and Morris Herman, Marvin Hoilub, Milton Matter, Norman Miller, Herschel Levy, and Mr, and Mrs*. Morgan Levy. Spiritual leader is Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and and Mr. the bank at the head of the mall Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Sherman. The Hebrew and Sundaj school classes, under the direct. mi ol Cantor Herman Gottlieb, w ill hold an assembl) for parents in honor ol the dedication, following which luncheon will be served. On the Building Committee are Wilbur Aaronson. Lee Aerenson, Seymour Drexler. Sidney Hausman, Morris Herman, and Abe Smukler. "Dedication Committee includes Mr and Mrs Wilbur Aaronson. Miami Mrs Perry Altfield, Mr. and Mrs. David Bendell. Mr and Mrs. Seymour Cohen. 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Paqe 14-A + lewis* fttridHinr Friday. February 12. 1955 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Sachar's \\ History of the Jew' in a New Edition %  JEADING ABRAM L. Sachar's ** A History ol the Jew" is like reading a., absorbing novel The ifth edition ol this honk ol Jewish ia one volume, published .;. Knopf, has now appeared and .,h chapter there makes nlisorbi adin This is because the mthor i( 1 01 only a good historian %  al o a \ erj good v> riter The Look is beatitifullj written and can 1 1 1 sidered a classic work 0! hi toric scholarship n not only con veys historic facts, bul it presents Ihera against a 1 ackgrotmd of the general atmosphere of the time 1:1 which they look place Thus, one acquires an excellent picture ol the developments in Jewish hie ol ancienl tunes ol the I; blical period <>nc learns much of the growth ol .'.ml, reaming in the post-Biblical period, when the Talmud was developed. Also ol the rise ol Jewish culture in Moslem Spain in the Golden \ ;e period. 1 the Jewish personalities of that period, and later Fall ot Jewish life in Spam which culminated with the Inquisition ami the expulsion ol the Jews I: om Spain o. <• gets a basic picture of the fate ol tin.lewin the Mid lie Ages and of tin' four bloodj centuries for the .les in Christian Europe He 1fascinal bj the chapters describing the emergence ol such personalities as the Baal Shem, the Vilna Gaon, Moses Mendelssohn and their tremendous influence on Jewish hie in the 18th centurj and later Tin birth o: Hassidism, 01 the Kaakala movement, ol Zionism, of Reform Judaism and other cultural at religious changes thai took place in Jewish Ufa :in iiKi-i tmprossiv e > pr > Dr Sachat %  eneral conditions of hie in that period His chapters on Jewish life In Russ'a are brought up in tins new edition until the Khrushchex period depicting lh( bt U anti-Semitism nol onlj in 11 C'zarisl time bul also under Stalin Mis chapters 0 • -tin. and %  HI the Male of Israel are brought up until alter the Eichmann trial The book bj the president of Brandeis University should find its waj into everj Jewish home .1. this country, now that we talk so much about tin importance of Jewish education. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN State Dep't. Can 7 Accept Anti-Nasserism v, ashington THE STATE DEPARTMENT cannot accept the la.-! thai Congress, reflecting American public in, wants to sever aid to Egypt and end appeasement of Egypt's Nasser regime. The Depart men) was stunned b) the surprise 20-4 to ll" House vote for an amendment banning food shipments to Egypt The amendment was attached to an agriculture appropriations bill bj Rep Robert Michel, Illinois Republican, and drew support from all Republican* and manj Democrats The Department did not conclude from the action lhal America fell Nasser had goni i< far. Departmenl officialmade si) suggestions thai Congressmen backing Ihe tnendmenl were cithei dominated b> vindictive Jewish constituencies ot i so reactionary they would take the bread from Ihe mouths ol Egyptian children Newsmen \\eiv told that adoption of the measure by the S would undermine American influence in Cairo, and cause Nasser to behave badly Man) Senators are coin meed, however, that America has no more effective influence in Cairo \a-ser v contempt for America reached the point As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Battle Lines on Aid to Education THAT MASTER ol Ihe COncet I.Mid in li Johnson—has unfurled his educational aid spectacti >overt) backdrop. ihe makings II : federal to rcli ils. I resident %  I 5 fOl %  %  1.0 • : '.Hitmitted, ha been vcrj w I rei %  %  IIIIII American bo) tis of post-k %  .i e solid approach to projects, callloi i._ ional laborato alive about oi k ii i %  %  is promise ot more teaehei Mong • %  S t Shrivi povertj i the new Johnson editorial proposals i "lit cv cry possible appioach i" l< thi • lucatlonal needs "t crowded and depres ell .< the i in al po need I t if objeettves iclear ihe projects constriM mtiv< Bul ..lor: with ihe grand eur oi this lush enterpt the obvious risk oi IM ) largel) b) indirection to short lip religious indoctrination And it and when the dav conies for the Supreme Court to hold Ihese procedures violative .>i the First Amendment, the Conn-critics will unleash upon thai tribunal a voli-'.v lhal will make previous attacks dwindli l.i n eehn i II itizens foi Education! I 'n .MIPS lobbying for federa • has made quiti cleai an marshal in favor ol that tivi \ ave bi ( %  i!i. \n.. : .i jchool population i.s n %  • IO -. and that the town and cit\ governt an thi-pared some informed also thai failure to help dual -. hool children finani iallj is tanta a tist these children It has be ri nted oul to us that di eel ints lo those i i are not necessai y: ft nefits And the fringe benelits will now I i ominf fe leral funds ill be us % %  fo Itn p '• %  placed in the handol i i %  en Supplemental edueatioi centei will : le help for Ihe boys and girts U;ovi all, the much i K .mu little un Sh red Time (or Dual Efit illmajitt Plat move closer to the center of elemental) ondat in | Hates rite ta.-k forci i reparing Ihe Johnson proposal has put stress on this device and we are certain now to hear more alxilll It foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Arabs Still Threaten Water Carrier Jet usah in AN ANNOUNCEMENT hen the other ^* dav revealed thai squads of newly formed Arab organisations have mid trated into Israel "with the intent to sabOtagi The announcement followed a Cairo Radio broadcast which claimed that saboteurs had damaged installations of Israel's National Water Carrier. While hitherto the origin of these would be .sabotage squads, who claim to be former Pales tinians. had been concealed. Damascus Radio this wok officially admitted thai Syria is behind these gangs an( i gave their name as el-Asifah — The Stormlroopers. In line with the Cairo broadcast, the Damascus Radio announced that units of this organization have already killed scores of Israel soldiers and caused heavy damage to the Water Carrier. Well, no Israel soldiers have been killed and no damage to the Carrier had been done. The attempts made so far have all been foiled b) Israel-, sccurpv Forces in a clash, one ol the intruders was wounded ami tui ed. However, while not now representing a real threat. these sabotage attempts are a ver) real danger signal winch must nol be ignored, especiall) when taken within the wider context oi the emerging Arab scheming aimed ai depriving Israel of its water resources as well .is within the context ol Nasser's maneuvering and obje tives The aim had been quite frankly announced m a si He ment issued after the four-day meeting ol Arab Ministws in Cairo. It declared that -all countries Invoked had agreed to continue with the implementation of Ihe Jordan River diversion project to counter Israel's National Water Carrier." Israel made it clear that such a move, aimed at depriving her of her just share of the Jordan River oyMem as laid down in the Johnston Unified Water Plan wouldm the words of Premier Levi Eshkol-'be considered as though it were an encroachment on our borders whe e he I I i to tak< hci io heli with ii Nas PI Ihen brag ed ol his ship men's ,1, soviet arms t" the pro-CommunisI I golese rebel.who an busily hunting and she I American i n iries The House action did nol come out of the clear sk) cr as the "petulant gesture" depicted in so i • pro Administration newspapers Egypt had abused Ihe United States through vituperative press and radio assaults, pushed for the ousting of American bases m ihe Near East and North Africa burned • he l s hbiaiv in Cairo, diverted funds for pur cha r oi Soviet arms hacked the pro-Communist elements m the Congo, and participated in other i gressive and subversive activities Although some Administration spokesmen were read) lo link pro Israel sentiment with the amendment, there was enough ol a ease against Nasser even II Israel did not exist The line thai "the Jews'H pre behind the anti Nas.ser amendment was refuted b> votes ol three Congressmen ol lewish faith against it They were Representatives Charles Joelson, v rse) Dcm "-'••' Joseph %  > Re nick and Richard Ot linger, both New V'ork Hi M "' Den oi rats who favo • end II i MI v.e-e from disti ts with few Jev in eld fri Israel, Speaker ol the ll John Met ormack, ol Massachusetts, found '" %  l: posi of Admimsti •• n, %  • lr) to defend Na set bul ut it of the i with foi vo II d cenfideiK e I ic I resi I .|, %  %  to tl %  • %  %  I Panorama: Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ Bad Report Card M TH7.?s WHOSE children • r&. • %  %  ,i '. i • -'nil I hiircli.il v, ., on. oi the great f the CM -, ,.. i! He was left li hind in one i a-> f n three years Chun ill tl on this h lp • %  I him in his careei Hfis p M< il an exeHiei I ti'acher ind i hurchill credited him with | Ivin L ,' v > on in I.,, i,,e world ,., "'''•""" • % %  "• '' thankful tor this We recall l Stirring Churchill,.,,, phi .which aroused the ivorld II is interesting lhal his retative. Ode Wingate who Bimosi ., hallowed memon in Israel as the founder ol he Jewish defense lot io met considerable frustra """ '" a • ,,,,,, Wngatt ce said thai he himself as ,, youngster had been buffeted about, and he fell the Jew ish people had undergone the same experience, so he wanted to help them Wingate was something Of a m.vsl.c. and the restor •"> Israel, fulfill,^ Biblical prophecy, no doubt had an esoterh stgnMletnee lo bim. but the,e ma) have been 'ins other motive too Our motives are often very com lex UnreWI liked to dilate on that subject.' What makes ihe individual perform in his own unique way? Very often, Churchill thought, it is nol the influence ol he great or the important that is the Strong influence may be some unimportant person, Indeed, some un iiendh person, or some trifling casual circumstance, lhal molds our whole lite ."'"' h !' 1 hi,d ;1 **'y U|h respect for Wingate. Wingale, like l hurchill had the qualit) of boldness, even audacity which Churchill admired and exhibited, agreeing with the Talmud ,n this, which says that even God yields to chuipah. onee an English general, after conferring With Wingate. returned, saying he believed he had left something. "Yes. replied. Wingate. "a bad impression ."



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Friday. February 12. 1965 +Jenisit JrJcrfdfinn Page 15-A House Aid Decision Revoked Continued from Page 1-A lcr national aggression." He Vionej extracted from the ,„ American taxpayers ll(1 be used te support ac. inimical i<> our interests." Leonard Farbstein. New voik Democrat, who ;lso is a ,.,. 0 i the House Koreisn At,, Committee, urged reteniion prohibition. He said i had achieved no reD> assisting the Nasser rein K-M' Mr. Karbstein ,1 -Lei us hot pursue a polio in Ihe Middle Bast that could l 0 a crisis like that in the i .,He cited Egyptian inI,, ,-ention in the Congo and Iran am | said "the majority of Americans will not tolerate insults and policies ft Nas.ser an) longer." C.her members of the House rose to support the aid ban. Rep. Seymour Halpcrn, New York Repi b.'ican, cha-C|>d that U.S. assistance programs allow Nasser to divert his resources to aggression. Mr. Halpein called the -lot* Department policy in the Middle East "utterly iltogicUl," and challenged the Department to show where the U.S. has made any headway in its Nasser-oriented policy. Rep William Pitts Ryan. New York Democrat, asserted that .Nasser has continued to show his contempt for the government and the people of the U.S.A. Minority Leader Ceraid Ford, of Michigan. said the actions of Nasser warrant the action taken by the House of Representatives, and lUTged the Mouse to stand its ground. Rep. Paul Pindley, Illinois Republican, said that a rebuke to Nasser is long overdue. Rep. F Bradford Mor e Massa chusetts Republican, maintained that the L'.S. not send assistance to aggressor nations, such as Egypt COUNSELLORS for well cst Pocono Ml. camps in Pa., mole & female, single or married, completing 2ad yr. college er more. 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%  *n A 'W> oman s UJoM jfL "dfewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. February 12, 1965 Section E [ 3 i ii completing plans for 'he membership tea beinq spon, • v Womon o! Mesivta High School ol Greater Miami K Wednesday is (seated center) Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky. resident. Standing (left to right) are Mis. Sylvia Zemel, Mrs. HI. life membership chairman. Mrs. Max Stemstein. foe Alexander Moskovits. Committee members not shown i re Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, Mrs. Phillip Jacobi. Mrs. Louis Kment, Mrs. David Abraham. Mrs. Bessie Galbu*. Mrs. BenKornreich, Mrs. Hannah Berqer. Mrs. Henry Grauden. [ Reai, Mrs. Sue Herman. 'See fctary. Page 13-B.) BB Women Slate Varied Events Mrs, David Sachs, president, B'nai B'rith Women's Council ol Miami, has announced Hiiit prizes will be awarded in the group's fund-raising event scheduled for Thursday, R p.m., at the Coral Gables Holidaj Inn. Mrs. Mike Light, fund-raising chairman, will introduce the entertainment lor the c\ ening WeM Miami Chapter will have ;i game night on Saturday, Feb. 27. .it Hilled House on the L'ni versitj o| Miami campus. On Tuesday noon, Anne Prank Chapter will meet at the Park I ane Cafeteria Guest speaker will be Rev, Thomas V Clifford, St. Thomas Aquinas Student Center, University <>! Miami, whose subject "ill be "Ecumenical Council — Now Dimensions of Brotherhood Meeting is open to the public. on Tuesday, Feb. 2::, t p.m., the chapter will have a card and games party at Southwest Jewish Center There will be prizes and refreshments. • • Coral Cables chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, 8:300 p.m. at liillel House. 1KKJ Miller Dr. Evening ''ill be in honor of Brother' hood Week Guest speakers will be Dr. Donald Michelson. director liillel House. Universitj ol Minn and Fr. Theodore R. Gibso director of Christ Epis :op Church, and a member ol the n tional board ol NAACP. Music "ill he provided bj 11 choral group II'CMII the Booker Washington Junior High Schot Fr. Jesus Nuevo, head ol tl Belen Jesuit Preparatory Schoc. will present a group of boys vocal and instrumental selectioi %  Gilbert J. Belkin chapter w have its regular meeting on We nesday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m. at tl Everglades Elementary Schoc 8:!7(i sw 16th St. Mrs. Herbe Heiken of the Anti Defermatii League i ll conduct a "Rum %  Clinic." itinq the election of David May as president of the Club at the Deauville Hotel las* week are (left to right) and Mrs. May: former U.S. Sen. Harry Cain; and Mr. and •/s. Edward T. Newman. n J .%*#f## f MMMt pairs of boys' ami ivi'n mvn's Irani II illliums miiniiinrtiirvr 6 12 v .-**<-' -jtfaitr bv ISABEL GRCVE It t i. wlci and frequent this area, Ruth and ii ol Manhattan. lioni J ..t the Hollyh Hotel Recent Ij lioi ,:n i xtended trip ni. they'll motor to the Mardi Gras (•lore wending their Meanwhile, t-hej re ich apart permanent winter tl %  Gold Coast al Gable ites among • %  \ ihi home ol U.s. .1 .1 Mosko i Mr and Mrs Her \ e Grossin Samuel Kronicks, Mr Irvi :g New mark. Mr. '•!i Ian; Pines and Mrs -'i rago u hose hus%  hora sn w as in Japan ol .it the parl\ K\ PIP honor of former It Cables residents Mr and iamin Issenberg, \ i --it Irani Boston l'i and Mrs Irwin Ii Makovsk> fceiving all kinds ol congratu Uotis '.ii the newspaper stories leaded here last week on son H.i Rabbi Arthur Scbneier Spiritual leader Ol Con '.atjnn Zichron Ephraim New Vurk, Rabbi Scbneier pentlj conducted ceremonies pit iting a bronze plaque on i ade ol the synagogue "to iel '. i n" What gives • : iv particular piquancy is dded information that the is across the street n the Soviet Union's Mission • I Nations Th< ta Makovsk> and irent> R and K ren 3. %  iami artist Ri gj inich whose oil painting, "Mother and Children." has been bought bj the "..'..awaj Gardens Galler> m Pine Mounta n, Ga where it had been on exhibition, also reici.tis -bowed batiks III the Florida Craftsman's show in Orlando and the Mint Museum of Art m Charlotte N.C Wife ol Joseph Yanich and mother ol j tour, rangin \ in Bge Irom '• to i m multi-talented Regi "i.<:n lans a staggering schedule Art ii. r.-ctor at Temple Israel v here she teaches Hebrew, she directs Israeli folk (lancing at Beth Sholoin and is art director ni the Solomon Schnechtet Daj School \iul for good measure she's now doing the choreograph? i"!' ii USY groups, close to 400 .Mainpeople, who will pre sent an Israeli Folk Dance Festi • .,l here in the spring the 3 1,000 suffering Jews ol V AEPhi Alums n Book Review Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae \> sociation of Greater Miami will -puii-or its seventh annual hook eview dessert at the Otto <;. Richter L ibrarj Lecture Hall. University of Miami on Saturdaj at 1:30 p.m. Mrs l M Weinstein, patroness Ol AEPhi, Will review the Broad v a> bit. ••Fiddle: on the Roof." Proceeds from the event I VEPhi's alumnae proj, | hook scholarships at the t ni t; ni Mi.. Mrs Rich ird HJlfman. Reg. 4.50-5.98. Come on :ne run and take advantage ot this Burdme s special! F.IK• h il ind •• i inkleresistant polyester cotton with all the fea'ures you'd expert in much higher d slacks They're trimly tapered, in traditional -'It loop or continental style; black, beige, olive, olue olive or brown. 6 12 regular and slim 2.99 25 '-32" waist and husky 26"-36" waist 3.29 vounq men's, fourth floor DQWNTOWN MIAMI 16 But d rw i **o itiirxe fasl 1



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Page 2-B to ir. sa ,i Ihi of wt tin off ua lin not sc( the ag WOMAN OF THE WEEK When Helen Mrj Morris I ( u:n she arrived in tin Unite States al twenty-live not know.v; the language, havii no mone> and no friends. i : like a bad dream. Helen's father was a wi ilthy tai in Hungar\. wta re sb< went tc school to study business so that she could keep her father's books Then tl changed rapidly as the Communists took over Hungary farms were soid. and the bonds received in return ha \alue. Helen's lather a> president of hi> temple: and the rabbi of the temple was the lather of the former Greater Miami Jewish Federation director hen. In Benjamin Rosenberg. The Ro.-enberg family managed to get Helen to America. She lived in New York and worked on a newspaper Believing in (iod and the power of prayer, and so grateful to be allowed to start a new life. Helen sent half of what she earned back home. Helen kept llei laith even though it was hard — her whole family was destroyed during the Hitler era She met and married her husband. Morris Lipp. in Miami It was difficult to -it Meier, who still retains a v isp 11 an • to talk about herself. Her favorite conversation is Morr l. |>" %  < ho according lo I nd Miami Beach, for that matter. %  .i n.-i cated -I iei list % %  sacrific ii ion who lives sleeps and breathes for %  goli welfare ol his community. While Helen can make ail the marvelous lluncarian dishes, especially chicken paprikosh. her husband Ikes plain American cooking: broiled steaks, lamb chops and roa.-t beef. They 20 to concerts and the opera, enjoy r< laxins with friends at dinner, and like an occasional game of chess. Helen has been on the Sisterhood Board of Tempi" Beth Sholom for the past 18 years As vice president of ORT. she brought in the most new members Her name is on the roster of just about every organization in town Helen has a keen sense of humor and is fun to be with She has an uncanny awareness of when a person is in trouble and does something about it. She has helped mam people and projects, but keeps her assistance to herself. Presently, she is sending money and packages to three different families Helen has been back to her homeland, finding it difficult to reconcile the beautiful country she left with the l"ommuni.-t country that it ha* become. Believing implicitly in prayer. Helen doesn't realize that out of the goodness of her own heart, she hcrseif is helping other peoples' prayers get answered. HlllN r-^J^ SfetaAcl PHONE 532-7630 INTERNATIONAL HAIR ARTISTS of CARACAS 1 ROME • LONDON • PARIS WINNERS OF • NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL %  AWARDS tor STYLING AND HAIR COLOURING Open Wed. and Fri. till 9 p.m. ^Open Sunday* Arthur Godfrey Rood (41tSt.) AMSTERDAM % BRUXELLES *Jeisht*o'lo be .•iven by Mrs Bernard Austein, program chairman President i> ..I;s Harold Dutkin Harmony Chapter meets Tuesday. Feb. 23. at Chase Federal Saunas and Li an Association. 41st St. and Sheridan Ave.. at 8 p.m. "Brotherhood" will be highlighted \ 1 lonnsti n .1-stanl d rec tor. Fi Ri % %  • Inti D< lama ( will bi 11 -' spi aker On Tuesday. 8 p m a card party will el • 'and p 1/ • isle Hotel • • %  lack Dernis Dr Donald H ii,: llous al the %  i-sitj ol Betty Teitelbaum A Sinai Will Host All-Day Seminar Mount Sinai Hospital will plaj liost lor Ihe Florida Leagw lor N'ursing to all medical and nursing personnel in the area who wish lo attend a:i all-day St min.ir on Fcb 18 in Ihe Louis E. w Auditorium. General theme will Sursmg th< P rson ol the Patient 1 hairi g th -• ss on will %  Mrs Hi • Howlett. with Mrs Carmt 1 Ross, director ol nursing education at Mount S I. -"id Mrs Adeline Haiduck. assistant direc tor ol nursing education, o.i the committi 1 Mrs L>l • Hall list ctot tl entet N ng and Re habitation. Mot \. York City Included in thi lute will be "Rtlation ,,.-. Learning. Growing He 'Working with the Fee Patient A question and ans will conclude thi prog] foung Adults to Don:? An open house dan< misingle : oung ev YMH.A • % %  .>\\ Btl 51 wi Sunday even • 8 p.t .. r conditi n< Y All sin % %  %  I % .n %  Bur A.A.A. IKAil AMERICAN ASIAN AFRICAN Ant :-. c s and Collector! P I --. Down "o Earth P'.ee S 'vr Bi'c-A.B ac Porcelain*, P) II "01. OtJ.'tts O At 3133 Carol Wov. 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h** %  *-* 12 19 +Jewlstncridlian Paqe 3-B • e undei way for the John F. Kennedy Memorial \ 3a 11 to be held Sunday. Mar. 7. at the Diplomat Hotel. I jj| are M r s. Norman Giller. 4500 Prairie Ave.; Arthui 1 20 Daytoma Rd., s'ate chairman of the library ",-rve Abbv Moore, 1500 Bay Rd., who are I black-tie charity ball. Interfaith Affair At Temple Jirdea Temple Judea, in an effort to further interfaith understanding. ipt 'paring a pre ntal in entitled • The Holidays That ; sin O' i \ ed'" for a regular Sisterhood meeting on Tuesday.. 8 p.n the Temple. Throuj !i the joint i (foiIs ol Sis terhood and Brotherhood Mrs Eve I ilfman is rehearsing the asembled talent ol Sisterhood mem hers in a dramatic presentation with choral accompaniment, that !l explain the rituals ol the Jew i-.li holiday, .is (hey are observed in the home Narration for the oresentation was prepared under the supervision ol Rabbi Morris Kipper. 'I he local clergj ol t te i oral Gabies area, as well as their Sun da> School teachers, have been urged to attend Invitations have been prepared for public school i 'nHnalii a n d Iheir tacult\ Dade Heights Senior Citizens Medical Center Appoints Two A special meeting or the Senior Citizenol Dade Heights on Sun lav l p m at \\ ashington Fe i eral, 699 NE luith St.. included :ames and refreshments, •i;il. 099 NE 167th St will in elude games and i • 'n sbmei Beth David Fete New Members Charles '/. Spin [am, chairman i Bi th David membership and good will committee announces hat the congregation will h st B breakfast for 65 new members and wives on Sunday morning in Spector Hall. Catered l>\ l.l"\ d A p pie. the informal get-together is planned to help newcomers to the Iteth David family get acquainted with fellow congregants and leaderol 'he emi relation Tun Da'le Count} women hi • been named national ol fit ers of the American Medical I i nti I no charmfor p. ; tients. Chug Ivri Discussion General discussion will follow a talk on "Sabbath and Holidays in Jewish Life" to be delivered hy Paul Lichter before the Chug Ivri, Hebrew-speaking group of North Miami Beach, on Thursday. Feb. 16. at 2 p.m.. in Temple \er Tarnid. JM SALUTES GIVENCHY-ISRAEL FASHION SHOW kWlfuftJv. iO0* *LA-* *MION is Bess Myerson Mrs. Abba Eban JM salutes the Bonds I Israel Fashion Show and lu noon Friday. February 19th. in the grand ballroom of th Fontainebleau Hotel. You'll see a premiere of designs by France's Hubert de Givenchy and Israel's finest couturiers and craftsmen. Miss Bess Myerson. television personality and former Miss America, will do the commentation. Mrs. Abba Eban. wife of the Deputy Prime Minister of Israel, will be an honored guest. The show will be staged and coordinated by Jordan Marsh. For Information call JE 2-7351.



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to tr; ,sa a Ih. of wc (in off ga lin no sc< tht ag. "age 4-B +Jewlstnorldlan Friday. February 12. 196! Book Review At Emanu-EI Mrs Herbert S. Shapiro, presi Brunch will be served ;it 10 dent. Sisterhood of Temple Emanuin the Temple's North Bnd El. and Mrs Sam l.uhy Jr., PTA Building. 77th St. and Dickens A3 president, announce that the two' The | aS | 00rtk rev j ett ^ I groups will co-sponsor a book reheld on Mar 1(1 Bock 0 | %\ view on Wednesday Drunch Club i> par) ol the ii For the second session ol -Book education program ot Temp, of the Brunch" Club. Dr. lrrlng Emanu-El. Mrs. Philip Taw Lehrman will review The Man.' Mrs Howard Grimier are co-dj bv Irving Wallace men of the serio. THE BISC A V X %  : T KIIII ACE 340 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THI STARS AND HIAVIN JOIN YOUR ffSTIVITiy AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED M MCI H.I! I KAIJJIOOM SEATING UP TO WO Members of the .rouoing around -.-eated) are (left Irs. E. E. Bloom, Fashionplate '65 Committee Mrs. A. Herbert M a t h e s to right) Mrs. S. J. Halperin, Mrs. Herbert Tenenbom, and Mrs. Alex Manson. Ten leading fashion salons ore banding together for this outstanding presentation of couturier creations. • • WEDDINGS BANQULT> LUNCHEONS if CONFiRV.; RECEPTIC ir MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 Ten Leading Fashion Salons Band Together for Unusual CJA Women's Affair lVn leading fashion salons have tided together on behalf of the imbined Jewish Appeal to pre• • nt "Fashionplate '85" at the en Roc Hotel On Monday noon. r eb. 15, i' was announced by Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the .. >men's Division. Committee for the Initial Gifts luncheon, headed by Mrs. .lack ilin, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Stanley Prehling announced that the following leading salons. Ce Lan, Adrian Thai. Wilma, Babs. SoTa Fredericks. Deborah Regal. Harriet Stroke. Saks Fifth Ave., J >;in AblMJtt and Elizabeth Arden. ..ill present couturier creations Irom their own collections and the orks of famous designers. Furs Adrian Thai will provide the linishin^ touch for fashion pre-• ntation. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes will ....ain serve as coordinator of the Fashionplate Committee, it was inounced by Mrs. Frehling. who serving as Initial Gifts chairman m charge ol the fashion show. Members of the Fashion Show Committee will be Mesdames E. E. Bloom. S. .1. Halperin. Alex Manson and Herbert Tenenbom. Commentary will be provided by Mrs. Bernard Stevens. Mrs. Jerry Blank will captain the volunteer models who include the following: Mesdames Frankie Waxenberg, Milton Weiss. Harry Lew is. Harry Smith. Harry Mutson. Robert Rautbartl. James Fur long. Man Coffey. Peggy Schulman. Stuart Gordon, John Owen. Herbert Kern, Robert Jaffe. Julian Rickles and .Kick Goldberg Two additional highlights of the presentation will be music by Monroe Kasse and unique hair styling for the modelthrough the courtes) of Louis and August. "A stunning anil diversified presentation, this unprecedented cooperation by the community's leading couturiers is an indication that thej too are aware of the vital importance of Combined Jewish Appeal and the agencies ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation This helps make our community a better one tor friends and neighbors, and one in which we are all proud to reside." Mrs Krensky stated. \\* FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COLORFUL. FASHIONABLY DESIGNED. ASSORTEO SIZES Choirs Tables Toble L -1 Chmo Sil*f Glassware Troys Coffee Urns Bart Danct Floors ^^^^ Personalized Service RENTALS "AT YOUR SERVICE 50 YEARS" Telephone 633-3281 S790 N.W. 35th AVE., MIAMI 42, FLA. Pythians Plan Joint Meeting Follow in 1 -: B short business meetdiscussion period led by Mrs Don ing ol the George Gershwin Baker. Knights ol Pythias Lodge at the Topic will be "Do Women Really Surfside Community Center. 9301 Wear the Pants — What do You Collins Ave.. Monday. 7:30 p.m.. Think' a joint program with the Ladies" Harry F.ilen. membership chair Auxiliary, also having a regular m:m of ,,u Knights, is conducting meeting, will feature a talk and ;i campaign to increase the mem— bership of the Knights. Chancellor commander is Frederick Zeiger For Elegant Functions 'Complete Catering Facilities lor that Spec a __ % %  'party served in superb fashion setting that I *-~l will reflect your good taste. // %  CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.SOO %  ueste. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UMDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN GDEAUVILLE Ri Yi CO er: WGr PHONE: UN S-SS11 • %  OCCAM AT •7tft TRBBT. MIAMI BEACH a • • • •••••••••• : Congratulations • in nrd&r? Beth Israel Ladies To Meet Tuesday Sisterhoi d <>t Beth Israel l 1 nexl meetFeb 20 1!.' homi Mrs Louis Pollack, Post Ave Pn the fternoon will be .1 Chinese auction, with M Al Moskowitz, -U•• I 1 -• pn sidi nt !ion< Mrs Then go no further! Our expert catering staff will arrange your part/ right do*n to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — ciese-. !iad'ing. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morns Waldman JE 8-5731 for an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. '# aldman • DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (TT) .Efeu ,| V .-i l VTifrTK,i,'-.tYIM^ 0 X-a MOTtl For Very Special Occasions... J&Momat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having; the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. 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Friday* February 12. 1965 *Jmlst> fhrlcHiii Paqe 5-3 Plans Completed to Honor Couple; Dr. Schwartz Will be Guest Speaker a national Israel Bond leader, will participate m the program, cona Menorah of Israel cere%  'uctinj nionv. MR. AND A1RS. ABBAM fOX Dr. Joseph .1 Schwartz, worldwkte-iexeeutive-iheadi-ol itbe Israel Bond Oi on, \\ill be the peakcr at I Li bor Zion ists and Pioneer Women-Israel i i >i ner ol State on \\ ednesdaj • \ e i,'ii.. i %  '. b 17. .ii Ihe Pontaincbleau II I 1 red at the dinner will b< Mr. and Mrs Abram Fox, in recog n lion oi their "life-long service to the State ol Israel, as well as many civic and philanthropic causes both in the United States ami in Israel." Mr. and Mrs Fox divide their residence between Miami and Israel, maintaining at home in Bat Vain, a suburb of Tel Aviv. Dinner chairman will be Dr. Simon Wilensky, who pointed forkmen's Circle Plans Activities k.\ men's Circle activities for elude a lecture with ,1 lieinstcin "ii Friday, B ngton Ave. This ,, i„ on .\ Lesser Forum id in inonthl) I-., | .-, i diti i"i Dcr Wecker, | ,,(or "ii bibliographic ( the YIVO and Vad Vo Israel, will -peak on "The and ihi Poor Man "1 Folklore" inn will upen with a it) -HI. led b> M Gleib., her "i Ihe 1.1.. I'ereti y ,IICircle Schools i" r Miami |The newest branch of the orkmen's Circle, Meyer Lonn Branch 23, will hold a meetat 2 p.m., Friday, in the ishington Federal, 1235 Washgton Ave. Chairman is Max Rikcll. 8 .tein will w the lecturer S %  irdaj for YIVO at 842 n Ave Hitopic will be and Prejudice ot the Movement." n will make another spun Sunda) t> i> m., al 25 n \vc 'I lie Jewish Socialist Farband and the Worker men's Circle will honor Samuel Wiener on his T5th birthday. Mr. Wiener has been a member of the Workmen's Circle for 51 years Chairman, Ben Pearl, ot the \uitli Dade Branch 1064, announces there ill be .1 business meeting on Sunday, 'p.m., in the North Miami Beach Branch of Washington Federal. 1 1. I'eretz Workmen's Circle Schools are preparing lor a lecture on Feb. 23 with Dr Samuel Portnoy ol Ihe Florida Atlantic I'niversitj in Boca Raton The lecture will be al 1545 s\\ 3rd SI Mrs. Mary Daniels, recording secretary "f ihe school board, is sponsor lor tin iiing. Office "i the Workmen's Circle "l Greater Miami 1open daily at 940 Lincoln Rd. lor information about meetings, functions and 1 embership. Mrs. Ida Poston Is executive secretary. out that, "Dr. Schwartz' presence -at the Himiei is in tribute to the Labor Zionist movement and to th honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Fox." Working closely with Dr Wilensky are Dr. Isaac L'nterman, honorar) chairman: Manuel %  stein. Mayshie Friedberg, Mrs. Milton (,., en, lr\ 11,. a av .is mm Joseph Zuckerman who art serving as vice chairmen. Guest speaker Dr. Schwartz is national vice president and executive head of the Israel Bond Organization, has gained worldwide | acclaim for his leadership in the mass rescue of more than a million Jews as head of the Joint Distribution Committee and in directing the flow of hundreds of millions of dollars from the American Jewish community lo Israel through the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond Organization. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Belli Sholom and e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD TWy art unequalled In their profession Sm/k Tbey era the diUdo's catering staff. Thty \%i will make • success of any party... • wedding... • Bar MitzvarV... business u n> meeting or 1 social luncheon. They wlH ) servo from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the dilido's newly decorated Cotillion Koom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call *. Tolchner at JEllerson 8-0811 for the but function you've ever h*dl dill STMUM A Slrhln ftmllr eMtrprlto OCEMFRONf, COUIKS AVENUE (MO LIIICOU t**At aA You'll find complete Have thai j) facilities to exactly satisfy Business Meeting, 4ff your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or J Aladdin, Scheherazade and Special Occasion 5 Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I at the V 7r loiters for Inlormatloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dlraclor, JE 1-6061 aeih St. A Colllnn Av. A highlight "i the festivities will be a special program of humor. srmys and Israeli dances J-o be given bj the four Ayalons, who gained tame initially as front-line entertainers "I troops during lsrael's War of Liberation. Serving as dinner coordinators are, for Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, Manuel Bcrstein; Bialik Branch, Morris Honigbaum; Chaim Weizmann Branch, Moe Levin; Cuban Branch, Samuel Galfond; Lebediker Branch, Joseph P. Zuckerman; Poale Zion Branch, Dr. Simon Wilensky. For Pioneer Women: Aviva Chapter. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau; Bebe Idelson Chapter. Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden; Club No. l. Mrs. Joseph Krantz; Club No. 2. Mrs. Ida Liftman; Coral Gables Chapter. Mrs. Louis Sachs; Eilat Chapter. Mrs. Samuel Kovalsky; Golda Meir Chapter. Mrs. Miriam Halperin; Kadlma Chapter. Mrs Fred Sandlei; and Tikvah Chapter, Mrs. Mai Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Fox were select. to receive the Israel Award Honor "in recognition of a lifetin ol dedicated service to the State Israel and on behalf "f many p lanthropic and community needMr. Fox is a Trustee of Isra .nd Sirs Fox is amortf a *handt "i women in the ation %  hi a Women "f Valor Rabbi Labovitz in Review Rabbi Eugene labovitz will review "Friday, the Rabbi Slept Late," for Temple Ner Tamid Sis terh I on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Mrs v.vn Fabric is chairing Ihe event ON THE OCSAN AT A*th STRUT MIAMI BCACH. FUA. J 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 Mr. Da\ id Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. gathered for you Miriam Field "So Laugh a Little" is the title %  >/ Molly i'i, on's book but I must confess I laughed a lot. It is curiously a/,; sin,n; {since ii is so chic %  celebrities t" look back in anger and admit that they really hated ihcir mother) \,i read this ndcar//,".' account <>l Molly's childhootl, materially threadbare but rich in ivarmthandloveand"Ostrowisms." For the heroine is Grandma Ostron. "who was IIO one that anyone had 1 rer heard <','. who made no mark on the tlnu s. but IHI has given /• in my heritage her capacity fm laughter, for humor, /or a joyous appreciation of life Itself." "Moll> dolly." as kef fans Iminglv call her. first lad> of the ^ Mdbh Ihcater, madi' her hriiiiani Broad*a) IICIMII in Ihe smash hit musical. "Milk Mid Honey." She'll In: starring in Ihi lilm *crsiun. IIM. ABRACADABRA FIX-UPS (.instant mocha mafic) • \dd a tantalizing I ar Eastern fillip to >our ia\ oriic roast: baste with extra strong Instant ( hase ,\. Sanborn Coffee. li"s unusual —and unusuall) good'. • Blend lnstam Chase & Sanborn with dark brown sugar to make a loiTee-type topping for toasi. cookies, cakes, puddings, pics. • Servecompan) coffee with dciicate slices of orange or lemon. Your reputation as a gourmet hostess blossoms as your guests saxor the tang) citrus flavor. 1 in National Council <>f JewWi Women pla>s a kej role in a BCfl peourain designed h> the Hoard ol kducatioa in New VorU < ii> for "drtadvantaBed" pre-schoolers, rhe Ncn York Seclloo has hven asked to niTiiil lolnnlwrs. II figures! I lie Council (iih a 71-year record nl public sen ice) has pioneered prekmderuarien projects all o>cr the counlry. 'or Jewish women have .1 special commitmenl UP education and .i sense of communal respoiMibilil) lhai is thousands o( yean "Id. if"la*or oriental mokes plain %  10,11,1 beef ornamental," ., \// Marion Mirk t// in the b idget-maiieiiverahiliiy." MRS. MIRKIN'S M0TT ST. MEAT PATTIES 2 pounds ground beet >4 cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 \ cup water • 1 nip so> sauce 2 tbsps sherry 1 tbsp ccrnstarc 1 • 2 tsps sugar 4 medium green peppers, cut in strips Hot cooked rice • Chinese noodles Shape beef into h otal panics. In large skillcl he.il Planters Oil. Itrown panics lighlh on both sides. < omhiuc water, so\ sauce, sherry, cornstarch and sugar; pour OUT meat. \dd green iH'ppers. Corer; siniinci ni-15 minutes, or unlil meal is ill desired doneIKSS. Serve over rice and noodles. Serves < superbly! the makers ol Pla icrs Pea Oil and Chase A Sanborn! offces have senl v's to Mrs Mirkin and s^s ,,) iiie Westbur> Scholar l und. "Wc %  Aork vco hard," explains Marion Mirkin, "tosee that all deserving youngsters get a chance lo further their education." i cs. Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Planters polyunsaturatcd ion pure peanut oil are made under careful Rabbinical supervision. ~MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVELY TOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER *_, %  .•^..-HkM.VaX



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I lc ir -; a Hi oi w til of glii n< sc th a* Page 6-B legist thrkUnr Friday, February y Mother-Daughter To be Honored By Academy Mr.Morns Bicnenfeld and Mrs Jerome Bienenfeld have been i n as "outstanding Mother and Daughter oi the Year" by the Hebrew Academj Women's organ ization. Mrs Leonard Rosen, president, announced rhej will be honored at a lunchc.ii al the Deauville ll"i<'l on Wed nesday. Feb. -4 Formerly from Far Rockawaj ai d Bal Harbor. N Y Mrs. Rose Bit n mold is a noted figure among the various women's organizations where she has hold key positions. She is widely known for her ex tensive activities and interest in Jewish educational institutions both here and in Israel. Sinee coming to the Greater Miami area seven years ago, she has served as a board member and officer of the Hebrew Acadeim Women. She i> a founder and chapter president ol the Mizrachi Women (.1 America, a board member of i ssah. and of her synagogue Sisterhood. Her husband. Morris. is an honor a r> vice president of U Hebrew Academy. Mrs Dolly Bienenfeld is the mother of two Academy students, i and Howard, who have Acacl. Students Present Play ol an orig" Mothers ol m er Still Ch 7. Small AMMIC s o. SM cttak i MRS. J[ROMt BliNiNfUD been attending the school since 'heir arrival here She has served in the Hebrew Academy I'TA as a board member. She has also held lce.\ positions in the Hebrem Academy \\omen"> Organization. Her husband, Jerome, serves as treasMRS. MORRIS BUNMSID ur er of the Hebrew Academ) Men's Organization. According to Mrs. Jack Gerson journal chairman and Mrs Jerry Sussman co-chairman, a special section of this year's book will i>< dedicated to them The students ol the Greater MiAcademy, will eel b ami ,,,.,„,, Academ) are plan tations ,,i g two performances inal play. "The l oln The play written '>> Mrs Lil B irton. English teacher at the m> was to be present I o rhuisdi > P m "> ,: scho l irU im On Sunda) the play ill be seen ; r during The oic< program Included in the cast are Zvi Lini oil Raananah SMir.sky. as Nancj Lincoln; Steve hantzis as Vbe Lincoln: Mark Sch ckmai as Dennis Hank-. Jud] Rubin .IMrs Spi rrow and Mir ,am Grccnberg. as Mrs Johnston Susan Roth Ryan Dearr a d Chaim Sukenik eivi as narrators. Charles Ft ankle English teach er and dramatics coach -it the *t root rota rw%. Zionists Plan Yacht Cruise Blintzes? Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the fine should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT TETLEYi It on the package means Kosher. Certitufl" Kosher and Parve by R3t)t>i Jacob Cohen Miami Cables District ol the Zionist Organibation "t America and the Brandeis Zionist District ol Miami Beach will hold a jointlj sponsored moonlight boat ride this Naturd.i> evening on the Dreamboat The -hip will leave from the Yacht Basin, 5th st and Biscaync Blvd at : 45 p m for a three and a half-hour moonlight cruise oi Bisi aj ne Baj accoi dii g t" Fred Haas, ol the Miami Gables Dis m i, and MaM Raskin, <>i the Bran eis District, co-chairmen ol the affair In addition m prizes, there will special refreshments, dancing and entertainment. Proceeds will in earmarked lor the scholarship : 11 the Kfar Si vci Agricultural Trail ins li sliluti maintain Camp Osceola Reunion Sunday Camp i isi • la is hi hird annu Sundaj at HiI iscus Lo Ige, 955 Alton Rd Er%  > Marsh ill are look forward to seeiny all Osceola ci mpers and friends. The gathering will begin al :i p m and is expected to c n lude at 5 p m Siiues taken last summer will be shown. Program will also include camp songs and refresh ments. ed by the ZOA in Ashkelon, Israel In .haive of reservations are Max Raskin and Max Parnes* As SISIIHL; on the committee are Abe Kasow, Sam I i vme Meyer Fine. Pauline Levick. Moses Meyer. Greta Shubow, Morris and Rose Simon Isaac Donen, Morris Min ov, Meyer Siegi I. Dr Ben Zuck erbraun, Maurice Zaretsky, Sam Rappaport, Ezra Finegold, Dr Herman Ausubel and Gil Kappa port, director KOSHER MORRISOIVkSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LAE NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS* ONE ALTON ROAD Phone 531-6811 MIA'.' BE4-.H Fe ^; turn* visit the Bur* Com OLD FAVORITE MAR-PARV THE KOSHER & PARVE MARGARINE Contains no milk or animal fat. %  Made from pure, highly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils. %  Vitamins \ and D added for extra nutrition. %  Delicious, golden pure all-purpose Margarine. 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February 12, 1965 +Jewlst ThrHlrir) Paae 7-B Yallon to Appear At Hebrew Meet %  %  .v? Solender, executive vice president, National Jewish Board, addresses a noon session of the "For Your %  o n" Day program of the Federation of Jewish Women (recently at the Seville Hotel. Left to right seated at the %  Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chairman; Solender, and I -on Sirkin, president of the Southern Region of NJWB. q (left to right) are Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Sid";s and Mrs. Sol Silverman. r e Aviv Rep | be Speaker rcus C Nusbaum. Amor• sentative. Neve Aviv Re i lub in Israel, will be speaker at a mot-tinii %  nt In Israel" at the Al • %  1 on Thursdaj evening. sbaum. who has just re mi her third extended Israel is a member ol sah National Speakers National Program Shimon Yallon, consul general 'l Israel [or th<' Southeast Region .1 the United States, will address a meeting <>t Hebraists <>! Greater Miami, sponsored by the Bureau >1 Jewish Education and the .Inwrton Histadrul Halvrit. m Sunda>. t'rh 11, al s p.m. The meeting, to be held in Hebrew will lake pi n < %  al Sirkin l'' 1 Temple Emanu-El. Yallon's subject ili i "Israe :• ;u i Hi N rj .' Yallon, whose office is !n Atlanta, studied B* Bonn UniverHome to Maik 7th Anniversary Seventh anniversary, nl B'kir Cholim Jewish Conva'escenl Horn' will in' celebrated on Wedncsrlaj 12 :i p.m.. at the Algiers Hote 1 according t<> an anr.ouncemei i bj President Mrs. Joseph K Keiser All life members will be honor ed, anil Mrs. Maurice Calm will ty Kiicst speaker. Plans are also being made for the Home's annual dinner dance slated for Saturday, Mar. 20. at the Deauville Hotel sify before fleeing from Germny m 1933. in Palestine, he was ac ve in pionee I 19 ef ,';rfs and becani? captain in lha Hojanah. \n ir thi 'ti tii the State •>: Israel, he joined the govern u eli .it il!


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Page 8-B v .: %  smn*ii. *letstfkridtor •s-ic'i %  i ...aALout people and jPlaces... SAILING ON A MIRROR OCEAN The first of a series of dinner parties to be given b) Hortense and Samuel Schwartz was at the Ci>stal Mouse in honor of Mr. and Mrs. JOS epli Levay. who are going on a cruise around the world on the SS Caronia. Posters of ports when the ship will stop and plans of the layout of the ship decorated the lounge where cocktails were the main attraction. Authentic luggage tags from the Caronia were place cards. Matches napkins, mats iU the form of a birthday party to celebrate hi> 70th birthday. The colors used in decorating H stview Country Club where Lena and Sam greeted their guests were red. white and gold. A big gold seal with Sam's initials highlighted Hi" table where Sam sat with his family, his lour sisters and brothers-in-law, his brother and his wife, who all came in from out-of-town, daughter Bl inche and her husband. Chester Ross, and the two Goldsteins who live here. Pat and Charles. and Grace and B.B.. and their children. Among guests enjoying the gaj evening were Mr and Mrs Samuel Seltzer. Mr. and Mrs. Sid nev Meyer. Mr and Mrs William Stager Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess. Lge and Mrs. Harold SpaelU Mr and Mr. I Hater, Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr. udMn Nathan Cumcnick. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cogen. Mr. and Mrs. Bn Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Inger Mr and Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr. and Mrs David IS. Hoch berg Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kahn. Mr. and Mrs Harold Landfield, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramarskv. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waxenberg. Mr. am Mrs. Max Orovitz. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. i THE KIDDUSH CUP WAS PASSED In a charming ceremony given In Rabbi Morris Kipper at Temple Judea. Mrs. Sadie Heifetz was honored on her 80th birthday. The Rabbi passed the Kiddush Cnp to her. She sipped it. and passed it down the line of her family seated in the same row with her. Ruth and Charles Jacobson. Mrs Blanche l.insky. Mrs Wolfe Engelson, Herb and Peggy Jacobson. and the younger grandchildren. Afterward, at the Oneg Shabbat given by the Jacobsons. Miss Lola Cherson poured tea at one end of the table beau tilully arranged with a huge birthday cake and extra fancy cookies; while at the other end. Sonia (Mrs. Richard) Horwich ladeled punch Irem a golden bowl. Among guests wishing Sadie more happy birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulefand. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gladstone. Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner. Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer. Mr. and Mrs Aaron Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raff el. Mr. and Mrs Leo Rut stem. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Alper. and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kellman. Marilyn Tollman and her lour children, whom she calls "the Kinder.'" all have flaming red hair. They gave Sadie a red wig so that she will always remember them. Another unusual gift was Irom Miss Cherson. She had a blown-up copy made of a microfilm ot the New York Times Of Jan. 5. 1885. and framed. That is how Sadie found out she was born on a Monday. Birthday calls from California. Chicago and Ohio finished up the evening tor Sadie in tine style. —Frances Lehmn. Friday, February 12, y Jewish Music Month and Brotherhood Week to be Observed at Donor Luncheon A double >ervance of Jewish usii Month and National Brothhoed Week v ill take place at the inoi lunche n of the Women's Division. American Jewish Coness on Tuestlaj al the Roney laza Hotel The guest speaker will be Max Karl, executive direci <•! Mn v Conference of lirisl ians and Jew -. who will %  > Nn sai i Adult Education At Beth David Beth David's Adult Education • lurses continue in conjunction ih ihe I'u: Jew -'i Educaiin, v. iih instru< lion in Hebrew ble classes an I le< un series i llasses in Hebr %  and Bible are Id from 8 t' 9 p m Rabbi Kluv A l.evi delivers a lecture from to 10 p.m., and leads a discussion ised on hitalk On Tuesday evening, topic ol le lecture will be "The Synagogue i Rabbinic Sources A special musical program has been arranged by Dr. Paul Czonka. conductor of the Miami Opera Guild and former conductor of the Sblzberg opera Company. Planning the luncheon are Mesdames Harvej E Kramer, president ol the WomenDivision; Jack Shapiro, member-hip chairman. Women's Division; Irving Kaplan fund-raising chairman. WomenDivision; Sy Reese, membership chairman. Biscayne Chapter; Gertrude Mogul, board member and recording secretary Ol the Women's Division, Jean elte Stern, board member and ce,r. respon li >. se< retary. Women's Division: Benjamin Kamen, national vice president, WomenDivision and treasurer. Also Mesdames Leonard Sider>ky. president, Biscayne chapter: Sylvia Silvers, president, Justine Chapter. Sam Herder, fund-raising chairman. Louise Wise Chapter; Louis Cohen, membership vice president, Louise Wise Chapter; Isabelle Siavitt, recording secre-l lary, Louise Wise Chapter; Irving Quartin. program chairman. Miami Chapter. Also Me.-dames Jeanette GoldStein, Irene I'erbn Helen Duilell. Sylvia Brown, Biscayne Chapter board membership; Gertrude Leiner, Mollie Rudt, Maurice Cabn. Harold Duiker. Samuel Me'.sel man. Irving Westin, Trudy Ham merschlag. Justine Chapter board Also Mesdames Pearl Pomi r antz, Joseph Albuquerque, presi dent, Louise Wise Chapter; Anne While, Irene Kaplan. Ruth Baum and Rose Roth, Louise Wise chapter; Anne Tanenbaum, donor chairman, Louise Wise Chapter; Lillian Townsend. hospitalit) chairman. Louise Wise Chapter; Sadye Raymer, Lillian Hersch. Anno Topper. Eva Blum and Elizabeth Leibowitz. Also Mesdames Nata I laland and Marj S. Cohen, executive vice president Louise Wise Chapter Shane, Siegel Exchange Vows Arlene Janice Siegel and ert Anthony Shane were mai in a double ring ceremon, Sunday. Feb. 7. at the Dea*. Hotel m The bride, daughter ot ,\| r Mrs. Alfred M. Siegel, 1280,111* ory Rd.. Keystone Island Xo 3 a graduate of Miami Beach School. The groom, son ol Mr and J Charles Shane. Jr. ol Bavin bor. attendeil Ohm state i.ni^ sity. Following a honeymoon ;>, Thomas and San Juan, then v. ill live in Indianapolis, Inii r v MfS. 0BfT SHANt Rabbi Richter on Radio Kabbi Harold Kid' pear over WKAT on Snnda>. ijl p.m. His sermon. "ExpbratiM the Inner World." is -wr.sorwi] the Rabbinical Asso (neater Miami > A C v c 1 ee Spot on the sofa. 5 pot r\d KS otf?e r spot cm-the safe. ^ „ Poo r-Spot. Poor" Sofd. ...I M.E IIS litlOlC the sol'u i oil or water home Seolehnanl' proer ma V KENT! Then you protected auuin-l all -tain\t\ llie faniouFor KENT if the lirl ami Otlh manufacturer lo provide 1 Inprotection on run piece of furniture to hear it* name ill no extra root. • U M n' iWM K run *\ FUHNHU"! k i. \ 1 I MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS iNSuai IHI SUCCESS or W'.DDINGS • BAH MITZVAHS AND All SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists UN 5-2494 CONSTIPATED? To prove PRUN EVAC containing Prunes, Figs and Senn.i. is world's smo-o-o-thest, most natural laxa. five write to PHAHMEX. Holly. wood. Florida, for biq FREE SAMPLE Or at your druggist. 40 tablet* 79c. | Ovtr a million sold e.ich yetr By I i.ik-n of Dorma-Rest Sleep C.ip.s I I LUTHER EVANS (sports writer) DRINKS MILK. (2qlassesaday) HOW ABOUT YOU? 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Fr-:-y. February 12. 1965 +Je*lshfk>ri Paqe 9-1 MS. IfWJJ simoHt Kays Reveal Daughter's Troth To Miamian Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kay. of Findlay, 0.. announce the engagement I of their daughter, Marlene Frey dal, to Michael Aaron Lieberman. son of Mr. anhip to MIT I WYi n. r-K.thn MKS. US1H T000 Carole Lenore Seiderman Becomes ide of Newsman Lewis Simons Temple Tifereth Jacob The over 30 new families that have joined Temple Tiiereth Jacob in Hialeah will be honored at a ""Sweetheart" dance on Saturday evening starting at 9 p.m. Marriage Vows For Miss Wax. Leslie Todd Marriage vows were exchanged by Merrily Sue Wax and Leslie Arnold Todd on Sunday. Feb. 7, at Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot performed the 6 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a dinner at Kings Bay Yacht Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Daniel R. Wax of Hollywood. Calif., formerly of Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son ot Mrs. Anne Classman and the late Dr. Joseph Classman. Wearing a bridal gown of white brocade, the new Mrs. Todd had -Mrs. Roger Sabastier. the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Brandt Wax as honor attendants. Best man was Roger Sabastier. and Brandi A. Wax. the bride's brother, ushered. The former Miss Wax attends the University of Miami and is a member of Alpha Lambda, freshman women's honorary and Kap', pa Delta Pi. educational honori ary. Her bridegroom graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania in 1956 and Harvard I Law School in 1959. He is a memIsraeli Troubadors Sunday Israeli Troubadors will be the. artists appearing Sunday on the Sunday Celebrity Series program for children over six and their parents. The performance, which begins at 2:30 p.m., will be held at the new YM-YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St. Havana Leader To be Speaker Adolph Kates, for over 40 years a leader of the Jewish community in Havana, will be guest of honor at an open meeting of the West Miami B'nai B'rith on Tuesday evening. A top Cuban industrialist before Castro came to power, Kates' entire fortune has been confiscated by the ne\. government. Topic for Kates' talk will be "Jews in Cub;.—Before and Now." ber ol Phi A pha riieta. national honorary history society, Chancery Club ant! Harvard Club of Miami. on their return Irom a wedding trip to the Virgi.i Islands, the couple will live ;.t 6271 Sutl-'t Dr ii 11 • :• |r ri. • ,hr; %  i I hi -• .II • > en' %  ] %  %  Lenore Seiderman % %  of Lewis Martin te afternoon cereby Rabbi Joseph Sunday, Feb. 7. at try Club. c newly weds are :\:iil Seiderman. 3510 and Mr and Mrs. hair Lawn. N.J. ooning in Aspen. le will live in Denj ptials, the bride j gown ol candlewith a mantilla ol lusicai Chairs if the Doral i' %  lit •I xecuth e director lb his many mu• %  .. Guy Lombardo Canadianto the Tagging along in the (.land Ball St. James Trio leposed from his podium. Doral muMal Malkin, moves intrj i lit) with his le diiratii i ol Lorn ough Mar 13. currentl) con n piistador Room tub sw itches his the intimate Blue untry ( %  musical melange, ii.Latin rhythms • sw ing Shell Room %  ai h Hotel, while he ol Count Basic M ho open at the ST Brussels lace and carried an arrangement of camellias. Serving as maid of honor was Margery Lindauer. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Bennett Feldman, Mrs. Leonard Lurie and Linda Gilman. Best man to the bridegroom was Paul Finkel. Richard W. Seiderman. the bride's brother. Edward Stern and Joseph Adler ushered. The new Mrs. Simons attended Sophie Newcomb College of Tulane University and earned a BA degree from Jackson College of Tufts University and a Master of Science degree in journalism at Columbia University. She is a member ot Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and served as editorial as sistant on the stall of Newsweek Magazine. On the stall of Associated Press the bridegroom attended Rutgers I Diversity and graduated Irom New York University. He received a Master of Science degree in journalism from Columbia University, and i> a member of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and the Marine CorpReserve Black Angus Expansion .lack Silver and Herb Brodsky, ho recently opened their newest Black Angus Restaurant on Coral Way in Miami, maj expand opera tion to Tampa. Orlanda and Atlanta by 1966 Tiny operate Black \n idining spots in Miami Beach and I'l Lauderdale, The new Miami location features a western motif, including a cardboard cutout of Calico City, Calif., as it appeared in 1881. s'TINUiNG A WONDERFUL SALE OF BEADED SHELLS, COCKTAIL AND FORMAL GOWNS -LINENS-COSTUMES SPORTSWEAR Sizes 3 to 13 Jean Berry 364 Miracle Milt •44-36*7 Open Mon. 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Faq* 10-B +Je*lst>fk>rl Fifth Annual Institute on Judaism Will Be Held at Temple Beth Sholom Feb. 20 he fifth annual Institute on Ju. ism foi public s< hool t< \;..i ni B< a( h will b Id at mple Bel on f % %  o ing the 11 ilai %  • % %  Sab lh morning services at th Tom Institute will be conducted the Board of E I catii n an i th< .:,! .i the PTA "i Beth Sholom. %  11 take the form of a cheon discussion, according to oini innouncement bj the chairol the School Board. Mrs. ing N Kaplan, and the presi thi PT \ Mrs Sanford Lei Subject to be discussed is "The aning of Separation of Church State — A Jewish Approach.'' i speaker will be Rabbi Bal(i ur Brickner, director of the ( remission on Interfaith of the Union ol American Hebrew Congsegations and associate director of the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism. Rabbi Brickner is a distinguishscholar and author. He has v itten "As Driven Sands," a -: id\ on Arab refugees, and has < % %  ntribnted to man; periodicals ai I journals Rabbi Brickner was educated in veland, ().. and is a graduate ot University oi Cincinnati, with IA in philosophy, and of the Hew Union College, with a Master Hebrew Letters He is a memr of the National Association ol lured People. American .Jewish i nfi renci ol Rabbis. Association ol j a i omnium.) Re Workers, ard Nati.-ni Vssoi iatwn : lnt< %  l [nstitu it 1 ..is planned to highlight B b> the Na I erei Ch stia nd Je\ and I the Dadi I %  i Educatii on the Pli %  .-• i • Institute iard O. Roberts Northeast Supei intend nt. Dale -,' ols; VI ; A immons, principal. North Beach Slementar; School: Eleanor Fien berg, Elementary School directoi Dade Count) schools; Leroy 1) .-'ienberg, principal. Centra: Beach Elementary School: Mrs Harriett L. Bannon. principal. Treasure Island Elementary School: Steve Moore, principal Miami Beach Senior High School Mrs. Selma T, Hay den, principal, Bay Harbor Elementary School; Stuart D. Wooley. pnnci >al, Nautilus Junior High School: Miss Nettie Goldstein, director ol education, Temple Beth Sholom. Elnora M Krueger, principal. Biscayne Elemental> School: l)r olomon Lichter. principal. Ida M Fisher Junior High Scho.l: Robert T Waite, principal. South Beach Elemental School. Rabbi I eon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, chaii RABBI BAlfOUR BRICKNtft nan, Beth Sholom Board ol Edu ation; MrIrving Kushman •hairman. Beth Sholom Adult studies Committee; Mrs Sanford Levine, chairman. Beth Sholom PTA; Mrs Bennett Lee. chairman Beth Sholom Luncheon Commit tee Byron Towers -eatures Latest 'n Conveniences Now open is the Byron Towers ndominium at 8001 Byron Ave Miami Beach The latest multiple-unit aparl men! building on the Beach ia .ix-storj high-rise building, featur ing 30 suites Those purchasing in apartment at Byron Towers ue assured privacy, particularly symbolized bj the inside well.' extending from the ground level i the to|i floor, winch provides a screened patio like atmosphere A here neighbors maj gather for %  axation and in formal visiting Bathrooms at Byron Towers feature tile from ceiling to floor. Both the bathroom vanities and the mica kitchen cabinets are produced by Gen Industries in a sioiide finish, with contrasting gc.d-finish hardware. Closets are especially roomy. i.'.e occupying an entire bedrocm wall. There is also a large walk in. in addition to other closets Kitchens have the latest Frigi daire appliances. Ceiling is luminous, and the lloor is vinyl tile There is a pass-through to the adjacent dining area Developer ol Byron Towers i> Bob Schwartz, veteran contractor Model apartments in B>ron Towers are now open for public inspection and may be seen daily and Sun da> evenings by appointment Zionist Unit Picks "arbenbloom To Direct Region Frank r arbenbl K>m, ol Miami. lot al Zionist hacc been named director the other I Youth ommission to succee I Gi ,..,, rtho resigned in the fall Farbenbloom wili direct Camp \ i and tivitioof S o\ ling i i i tea n the Si'tttheast \nnoun< ement of I of the youth a gi nd ZOA wa intly by e co chairmen, Mrs '.. Birmingh; and tr Edward Reisman, ol v ,,i Born and educated in Dublin, Ireland, Farbenbloom has been actively involved in the Zionist youth movement since 1945. In 19S3, he graduated from the Institute for Youth Leaders in Jerusalem. He then served as city director for the youth movement in Glasgow, Scotland, in addition to being director of the local camp there. Since coming to the United %  states in 1956, Farbenbloom has %  leen active in local civic organiz tttons He served as secretary and trice president oi the Miami Beach IayC< eand .v ;ireel >.• nt ol that Jerusalem Official Here Dr. Shar Yoshu\ Cohen, vice mayor of Jerusalem, will address the Jacob c Cohen Community byagogue on Saturday morning, according to an announcemel ol Rabbi Tiber stern C* by a nose! the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM.-$1.00 • SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse #) Cafeteria 38 Min North of Miami • Flo. 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Friday. February 12. 1965 knisl' fh/U/rtn Paqe 11-3 ,t Miamians Enjoy Echoes of Israel Many Miamians enjoyed Echoes i Israel which appeared ;ii Miami leach Auditorium last week. The production starred Shoshana )auiari, international song stylist, !i< Pour Ayalons Quartet. Sabr; lancers and Bernie Berns. humor-t Producer \\ -is the well-known l> ii'h. Michael A (. ilan. Ni A 38 rolan started in the theatre ;ii the ge of (i. when he sang in a choir, ppearing with Cantors Rosenblatt ml Qwartin, among others. Bj i!>42. he was serving with the Jewish Brigade, attached to the British Army, in Europe and Egypt. During World VVai II. while !th the British, he recc ed the "39-'45 Star of King Geoi -• VI .i d the star < ( Italy Medals He returned from the army in 194"). joined the Hagannah, fi ng :i :ain: I I h" British d ; ing I War oi Liberation, and was woun ed m l!>48. Golan participated in the Sim campaign ol 1966. and rose i<> < • rank ol Commander in the Isra Army. S MORRIS & RUTH LERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 Leaders of lhui i speaker at the next l ;n, Arts Guild serios of I Judea on Wednesday, Fen |4. s i p m. ,has won a number ol ii iiism prizes including the |jr>t Page One" Award annually n ..., ued b> the Chicago Newspalid and the 1857 Friends of lure Ft rguson Award for the %  Harris il> the author of four books, "Strictly Personal," pubshed in 1953; "Majority of I One," which appeared in 1957; Last Things First," 1961; and On the Contrary," 1964. a i iember of Sigma Del* national Journalism lraKING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner lernity, the Headline Club, Chicago l'ie-v Club and Alts Club, He is on the hoard of the Asso ciates i<>r the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Chicago and is a trus•e ui (hi Francis V, Parker School He has lectured at dozens ol colleges and univeristics in the t luted States and Canada Married ard the lather ol five ,'hildre, Harris describes his hobbies as tennis, chess, plagiarizing great thoughts from dead authors, and lying under the trees u ailing lor ihc < herries to la it his summer home in Door Cou i !>, Wls Pioneers to Honor Their Chairmen President Ida Liftman. Pioneer Women Club announces a dinler in honor oi child Rescue 'hairman Mrs Louis Marcus and .Ii and Mis Isaak Katz. Affair will take place on Saturday, 6 p.m., Feb. 20 in the Royal Hungai ian Restaurant. Mrs, Vbraham Shedroff, chairnan, sai i the program will include an invocation bj Mrs Sadie iui'i rt, uuesl speaker, Rabbi Max >hapiro, spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Kodesh, and musical pro >ram, Mrs Frances Packar and lo i ph Horow itz IH\M;KS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. M&CAYNB TERR.UK HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALLROOM WEDDINGS • BAR MTZVAMS • BANQUtTS STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr FR 9-3792 Olb&uniiQ X AMors FOR Smorgasbord OPALOCKA 2 st Se non H. Johansen. Prop. AUTHENTIC SMORGASBORD AND COMPLETE MENU BANQUET FACILITIES fOK 200 CLOSED MONDAYS For Information MU 1-9301 SITDNEY J. HARRIS Deborah Dime Bank Luncheon Greater Miami Chapter of Deb ,1 ill will hold its annual Dime Hank luncheon on Tuesdaj noon m the Starlight R iol o| the Dora. Beach Motel Chairman of the daj is Mrs. Sidney Hirschlag, Co-chairman is Mrs Manuel Yavelow Serving on the committee are \fesdames Philip M a n n, Abe Schwartz, George Rapoport, Mil died Auslander, Lillian Lucker, and Irene Felson Entertainment will feature Carol Taran, with Bob Novack a) the piano Mrs. Morris Weinberg is presi dent. Continents, TOT Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Excellcnct 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 2261744 rSAND-ELL 'KOSHER^ CATEWRS'^ Now in New Location! 1216 Normpndy Dr., Normandy Isle Hors d'Oeuvres Supplied to Hotels & Indivi-tuc's Wholesale & Retail BAR MITZVAKS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6126 • Sivrrvlsid by Rabbi M. 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Page 12-B ** &f /# %  ntrkNar Friday. Februcry 12 i, ft s. a II o M ti o g li n s tl Richard Brickman (al the microphone). Head table participants at the membership nxL t kick-off rally of the new YMHA on Sunday membership chairman, Mrs Richard Br.ckoHernoon are shown Clef! to right): Herschel man. Mrs^ A. Budd Cut tar .*-C*~> !" £ Rosenthal. president, Greater Miami "Y." Mrs. ary president, and Efraim H. Gale, executive Herschel Rosenthal. Marshall Harris, chairdirector. man of the Arrangements Committee for the 1,000 Kick Off T Membership Campaign Here Over l ooo persons packed the Mrs. Marvin Gillman, Mr. and lah, Mr. and Mrs Barnci Robinauditorium of the new YMHA, at Mrs. Marshall Harris. Dr. and son, Jr Mr. and Mis. HeKChel oo S\V 8th St at a membership Mrs. Richard Halfman. Mr. and Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Norman kick-off rally Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alan Kornblum, Mr. and Mrs. Sand, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Inn/., and hundred of new members Morris Levitt. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dr. and Mrs Ronald Shellow. Mr. Joined the "Y" at the close of the aid Levitt. Dr. and Mrs Henrj and Mn Lou Wechsler, I Renowned Artists At Pinski Folk School Program David Pinski Folk School will praaenl Israel \Keliakansky and Mascha Benya oi Sui laj Feb 8 p m ai Miami Beach Senior High School The international!) renown,',! artists will be seer, in a series of : icter portrayals and scenes from Jewish life. Israel Welichansky, character actor and mimic, has had a lone career in the field ol English and Yiddish stage, lie studied in Austria, France and Palestine, as well as at Columbia I niversitj in New York. Manila Benya received part of her musical education in Europe, v here she made her debut as an I opera and conceit singer, She has been on extensive tours through Europe, the United States. Canada. Mexico. Cuba and l>rael. Her repertoire includes pro grams ranging from classical muL i 1 ISRAtL WtUCHfiM day it was announced by Richard j Lubow, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Mrs. Michael Goodman, Dr. Emansic to folk songs, Brickman. chairman of the MemLuria, Mr. bership Committee, This was the first event scheduled by the "Y" to introduce its new facility to prospective family members in the community. The day began with a series ol %  ganized tours of the 20-acre grounds, when visitors were shown the swimming pool and cabanas. handball and tennis courts, suit I all. basketball and volleyball areas, and the dance patio and snack bar. Following the lours, the gathering convened in the large auditorium to hear about the "Y" s plans for serving the community at it>. new location. Brickman welcomed the audience and introduced Herschel Rosenthal pre ident. who brought greetings from the overall organization. Honorary president. A. Budd Cutler, explained the purposes of the "Y" program, and was followed by Marshall Harris, in charge of plans for the day's program. Also at the head table was Efraim II. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami "Y." St.ui coordinator for the entire program is Miriam ScheinI Committee that planned and conducted the pr i : i insisted oi Vii and Mrs Richard Brickman, Mr and Mrs Milton Balsam, Mr. : Mrs \ B ("tier. Mr and man. Mr and and Mrs Joseph Mai uel Pushkin. The David Pinski presentation Feb. -<> "ill also include Nana Shakert, American Swiss concert violinist, with Esther Barrett al the piano. Left to right are Rabbi Berel Wein, spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, and Moses J. Grundwerg, congregation president, studying plans for Beth Israel's new facilities. Groundbreaking is scheduled for Feb. 21. Cantor Gelb Due At Coral Reef World-famous Cantor Victor Gelb will officiate at the two Sedorim and the preliminary and mam religious sen ices th • Passover Holidaj • at Ihi H i i Coral Keel Hotel on the iceanfronl at Carml win* comnlimentar-.'. will be served Beth Israel Will Erect New Facilities Here Beth Israel Congregation will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of its new synagogue edifice on the southeast corner of Chase Ave. and 40th St.. on Mindav afternoon, Feb. 21, at 10:30 a.m. The synagogue, tounded ten years ago. has rapidly developed into one of the leading To rah in stitutions here. Beth Israel is currently engaged in a $180,000 building campaign for the new sanctuary building, which will include the main sanctuary with more than 500 seats for daily services, classrooms, a social hall with catering facilities for more than 500, as well as a youth center and playground. • COMMERCIAL • FRATERNA. • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET in ENGLISH i :: !M HEBREW SPiVSH Spc cialiiing in BeV -moil & Wedding In. -c-. cm (Union Shot Parness Press I 437 S W. 17th Aver.MM j FR 9-8235 if SECRETARY WANTED must be excellent typ.!' %  "crtHnd.j Contact S.W., Bex ; c '. : Miami, 33101, in writing. Synccccve •Hml located in Corol Goblilam til four days per week-RMtifeilHy tllj five days, but three cr Hit ntonk likely. TAX RETURNS RATES fr< J' INDIVIDUAL — BUSINES "Our nth Year in S1 it-, meets weekly .:t noon at the Ritz Plaza Motel. Special package deals are availi ble from 10 to To days, beginning Feb 20 to Ma\ |, "and offer the •""' i' is anticipated thai the syna. opportunity to low as well as high gogue will move into its new quarAbe Gefter have anr, unced incolne ues,s %  %  <>> %  '> ""' Passlers within four months Cantor Gelb. formerly with the holidays al the Coral Reef." Moses J Grundwerg is president Concord Hotel. K esha 1 ak< '"'' h 1 declared Dietarx laws and the Sabbath re strictlj observed, with a %  ashgiai li on the premises S T ELDERLY GENTLEMAN DESIRES MALE COMPANION, Own Apt. on E< t:For information Ct 1-74 t c> V y i \.V Flagler Hot I. So. Falls hurgh, \ Y r's Hotel. Ferndale, N.Y.. ethers, app 'ars regi dio ami television. ol the congregation and Dr Irwin II Makovskv is vice president. Rabbi Ben I Wein ,~ spiritual leader COMPANION BY ELDERLY WANTED WIDOW Gefter. well-known opera?of of kosher resorts f.-.r th* past 21 vears in Miami Beach during both the summer and wintar seasons, said th?t "meals will bo nrPD^r.-rl bv and that "Israeli shlivowitz and Breath of Life Chapter Breath ol Life Chapter, Children's Vsthma Research Institute and Hospital, will have its anual smorgasbord luncheon and card irtj i n Tuesday, li a m., al the Pioneer Women's club Chairman is Mrs Nancj Feldman, Beth El Ladies In Two Functions sisterhood ol lieth KI Congregation will hold its third supperette and game party at the Dora Augnst Memorial Hall starting at 5 p.m., Sunday. Seacoast Towers On Oceanf ront Quarter-Rented Les> than three months alter groundbreaking Seacoast lowers already is u.i percent rented, according to Bill Leonard, director ol renting for the multi-million dollar apartment building being constructed by Alexander Muss ; nd Sons on the ocean al 51st st Miami Beach. to share her ope— on Miami 6: l IR 4-7636 or JE .--i MATURE WOMAN TO BABYSIT FOR INFANT ".vr -pf r,^nc Nt.ir Coral Wa> i. Write M.W. Box 2973 >• ami 33' II REFINED LADY 61 '2 year* in Miami • want* to meet rr' • • t etrail 62 to 65. • %  • P.O. Box 873, Rivers ct Station Miami, Flo. 331 The 15-story structure will con~ — tain 238 apartments To date, ac~~~ cording to Leonard. 71 apartments DRY SUNDRY Hostesses are MrBen Boskin, have been contracted for. although CTOPF Mrs. Minerva Cohen Mrs Jacob occupancy is not until next OctilUKC oiier John Serbin 'left) end Bishop Cclemon F. Corroll. of the Minroi Diocese, look over 'he Silver Medallion Brotherhood Aword which the Cutl.olic lender will receive at the 13th annual Brotherhood Dinner of the Florida Region of the N Conference of Christians and Jews. Serbin, a m^mbsr of the national Board of Governors of the NCCJ and of the Florida Fegicnal Board, nominated Bishop Carroll for the honor, h ; qhest given bv the NCCJ. P. will be presented Feb. 22 at the Fbntainebler.u Hcte! at a black-tie function which also will honor George B. Storer, Joseph M. Lipton and Ed Sullivan. John R. Ring is general dinner chairman. (Related stories. Page 6-A.) Kahn and Mrs p, Wen-row All proceeds go lo the Hebrew School to continue the policj ol free tui tion for all children Following a short business dn at a regular Sisterhood meel ing nn Tuesday evening, a film entitle I "Jev in Foreign Lands" will be shown Pri ram chairman iMiSolo, mon Schiff assisted by Mrs S n uel Ersoff, Consul Yallon to Speak Shimon Yallon. Consul for the state 0 f Israel. Southeastern I s will be guest s (lull ol H on Sunday $ f. ttratien. Dc %  6' i Days and tjee: "About half of these are new 117 S.E. 1st A residents from out of town," he -..-._-.-------%  *" said, "and the rest are local people changing their residence." He attributed this earlj renting WIDOW 59 cesg not onlj to the fine eon Withe* to meet • %  • • • struction of the building and the : n with pi*i special custom appointments in oetw •' so & TO P the Iments, ensuring comfort Write W.F., Box *973 % %  • and ease ol living, but also to the effective managemenl programming drawing all of the residents together into a friendly commun .-CMTI CKA A \ itj relationship GENTLEMAN '"' %  result," Leonard continu imkera, the .NT ed, %  • a most enjoyable way oi ^l U l5,.? eth 9 2 r h in CongregaUon U e T ,l1 Seacoast Tower. Wa, B.30 I in. g f Lile -ST. Middle-aged, Ame • k'"> businessman, wishes ID lady. Call HI I ': -'



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Idcy Faoruary 12, 1965 +Jenisfi ftrri/fir Page 13-B Jfyar hirah. Kabbi Mort -,\ Cantor Herman will officiate. ,., eighth grade stup .--., High School. His awling, tishing and eon following the service at a dance in the evening. anil le • %  %  Be •lieb -.1 Jjdd Capland vr Lehrman will offici.,. : Mitzvah ot Judd. Mrs. Lewis Capland I.,, at Temple %  seventh made at High, and is a< ield and swimming. collecting "i iterflies. n-ks, .in.urmaternt Tennessee, tin' occasion, HI will he honored lotel with a lunch life Members lonored at Tea rlin, lite member will honor life ,,In he held at the v Harry Rosenberg Ba; Rd., on Wednesday. 11 ,,ill be Rabbi Morns pal, Mesivta Senol Greater Miami: Di %  ell Antwerp, Belli standing senior itu• '.' %  ivta Senior High ibi Beryl Wein, of ,u ".-legation i HI leaf Inspector irrests Beachite Bi man, inspector of lood for the City of Miami Tuesday arrested Terry owner of Granada Kosh1017 Meridian Ave. nan accompanied by Wal%  nan. found two 10 lb. boxes cutlet on the premises I'K he -..id were '•without "-!• identification or governipe marks Joseph F. Rackovsky, I %  mi Orthodox rabbi on Miami was asked by Brlckman • t ieal Rabbi Rackovi roborated that "the meat be considered kosher with• pro: i identification and n ks, both ot which sent %  se1 for Thursdaj ipa! 'urt at n a.m. David Silverman David, son of Mr. and Mrs Allen Silverman, 16000 NE 8th Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 13 at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz w ill officiate, assisted by Cantor Ben-' Zion Kirschenbaum. David will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Susan Imber On Friday night, Feb. 12. during services at Temple Zion conducted by Rabbi Allied Waxman, Susan Imber will be Bas Mitzvah Daughter of Mr and Mrs liarold Imber. 5820 SW Hlh St., the celebrant ian eighth grade Stu dent at Wesl Miami Junior High and is intei, -sled in art Stewart Shay Stewart, son ot Mr and Mrs Murray Shay 1787 NE 181st St will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Feb. 13, al Beth Torah Congregation Rabbi Max A Lip schitz will officiate, assisted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. The celebrant will be presented with a Bible on behall ot the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Andrew Learner Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Cantor Win. w. l.ip-on will officiate at services on Saturday morning, Feb 13, in Beth David Synagogue when Andrew Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Learner. 6172 SW 72nd Ave will be Bar Mitzvah Andrew attends the seventh grade in South Miami Junior Higll where he plays (he baritone and trumpet in the school band, lie is a Hebrew student in the fifth grade of Beth David's Religious School and is a member of the Cantor's club. Andrew's father, a CPA. instructed lor several years at the University of Miami and appeared on TV and radio. A reception is being tendered by Mr. and Mis. Learner following services in Spector Hall. Grandmothers. Mrs Elizabeth Learner. formerly of Denver. Colo., and I Mrs Lillian Hartzman. Cincinnati. O.. will be among those attending the celebration. Andrew learner Howard farbash Cantor Fuchs Due At Kneseth Israel Kneseth Israel Congregation is presenting Cantor Aladar Fuchs for Sabbath services on Friday. Feb. 2<>. 5:15 p.m.. and Saturday morning, Feb. 27. at 8:30 a.m. The Cantor will also present a concert at the synagogue on sun day, Feb 2!(. al p.m Cantoi Fuchs was born in Rumania As a boy. he started singing with the cantors ol his city while pursuing studies in school and yeshivos When his voice ma lured, he went to Bucharest to study singing and music He specialized in cantorial and Jewish folk singing, rising to the position ol chic! cantor in the largest congregation in Bucharest, while performing over the radio and in numerous classical and cantorial concerts, Cantor Fuchs later moved to Israel, where he lived for four years. There, he officiated in a lar.ge synagogue in Tel Aviv, had regular programs on the radio, Kol Israel, and sang in concerts throughout the country. From Israel. Cantor Fuchs was tailed to Antwerp, Belgium, where he became chiel cantor. Now in the United States since 1963, he holds the position of cantor in Congregation Ohab Zedek in Belle Harbor. NY. Judd Copland Dr. Woltson in Talk Fourth lecture on "Astronomy" Will be given by Dr. Abraham Woltson before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday. 10 a.m., in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Psychiatrist Due At Temple Judea Temple Judea of Coral Gables announces the fourth in the eight lecture series entitled "Religion Revisited," will be held in the Reception Hall ot the Temple on 'Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Guest lecturer will be Dr. James L. Anderson, phychiatrist-neurologist, who will speak on "Psychological Problems Inherent in the Imposition upon Children of Adult Concepts of God." Gale Signs With Gray on his New Art Trends To be Aired Huntington Hart lord's views modern art as expressed in new book, "Art or Anarchy." Show Magazine and his efforts to raise money to save the Abu Symln-I temples from destruction by the damming of the Nile will be the topics Of discussion when Hartlord guests with host John Daly on "Cadillac Sunday Spectrum" Sunday, p.m.. over Station WVCG-FM (105.1 megacycles) Alan Gale has signed a manag erial contract with Irving Gray, who for 15 years was manager ol Milton Belle and executive producer for all the Berle television shows Gray, one-tune manager ol one 01 the mosl important movie houses in the country. Loew's State. New York, was the man who created and produced the first telethon An admirer of Alan Gale's Celebrity Club (or many years. Gray says that he considers the comedian "among the finest of alltime talents in the theatrical fields."—S.T. Duo Return From San Juan Abe Runstein. Of Morrison and Schiff Kosher Sausage Manufacturers of Boston, and Herman Pearl. No. 1 Provision Co., Miami, exclusive distributor ol Morrison aed Schiff products here, have jus! returned to Miami from a trip to San Juan, P.R.. where (hey were gues(s of the owners of the new Lee Hotel there. The recently-opened Lee Hotel is strictly kosher and the first of its kind in Puerto Rico, complete with synagogue and all other conveniences, according to Runstein and Pearl. Morrison and Schiff is one of the oldest established firms of its type and known tor leadership in (he field of kosher delicatessen manufacture A native Floridian, Dr. Anderson graduated from Tulane University Medical School. He received specialty training at the Neurological Institute, Presbyterian Medical Center, N.Y. He is a Fellow of both American Boards, Neurology and Psychiatry Association and the Greater Miami Society of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr Anderson is at present a member of the Governor's Con: mittee. Division of Correctional and Penal Institutions. He is m: mediate past president ot the Dade County Medical Association and (he Interprofessional Council of, Miami 12-Day Mexico Tours Revealed A Mexican firm has named Holiday Tours of Miami as a Florida representative in setting up 12-day tours to Mexico at a cost of $418. The 12-day package vacation includes air fare, hotel accommodations and some meals. Adams Tours of Mexico Inc., Mexico City, said that the 12-day trip includes air fare, side trips to Xochimilco. bullfights, the University of Mexico. Guadalupe, a flight to Guadalajara, a trip to Lake Chapala, and a flight to Acapulco The cot of the tour also includes lunches in Mexico City and breaklast and dinners during the five days ol the trip in Acapulco. Holiday Tours said that although ; there are several optional hotels in both Mexico City and Acapulco, the tour includes four nights in Mexico City at the Continental Hilton, three nights at the Guadalajara Hilton, and lour nights at the Acapulco Hilton. Fred Spies, vice president of Holiday Tours in the Pan American Bank Building, said that the tour is also available to local groups at a discount rate —ST. SARAH S GIFT SHOP % 67 !• Collins Ave., Miami Beach i Sterling Hotel I MAIN OFFICE Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue IE 8-5511 BRANCH OFFICES 755 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach IE 8-5511 301 71st Street. Miami Beach JE 8-5511 260 Sunny Isles Boulevard, Miami Wl 7-1415 18330 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami NA 1-3601



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Paqe MB fJMlf IHhridlliir Friday. February 12 1965 A 15 percenl increase highlights the Imperial House Residents cocktail party on behalf of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal. Col. Jacob M. Arvey, philanthropist of Chicago ana Miami Beach, is shewn addressing the group. Left *o right are co-hosts, Sam Blank, Col. Arvey, Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1965 CJA chairman, and Carl Weinkle. Other Imperial House residents who played a vital role in the successful CJA cocktail party were Sam Pollock, Leon J. Ell and Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Chamber Elects New Officers Fred II Billups, president of [Topical Gas Co., has been elect .1 president ni the Miami-Dade County Chamber ol Commerce Billups, currently ;i vice presilents, \\'m>ton \V. Wynne and J nc tor.-, will lake office in April succeeding John II Halliburton Also elected were vice presi' rlents Winston w Wynne, and J. .uckett V'aun. Jr Lee M. Worley was elected secretary, and Jay I. Kisiak. chairman 01 fie board. .1. I. Kislak Mortgage Corporation 01 Florida, reeleited treasurer. Directors appointed to nil exist Ing vacancies on the board wcic Harry Hood Bassett, president. First National Hank ol Miami, and William s Ruben, managing director and executive vice president. Jordan Marsh ol Florida Tom Adams Will Speck at Beth Tov Function y us. Secretarj I State Floridi %  I \! non 1 n Hi 1 .:. ihStarlight R ol <>i th j-. in 1 c rrace Hotel black tie dinner is one •! series ol [unctions being held ..n. ounce the n.niie liange from outhwi -t Jewish Center to Tein e I',,'' 1 -. Tov, ai B438 SW 8th St., ,( %  -! Miami Mr and Mrs Conrad Allain are ihairmen of the testimonial diner Rabbi Zevi Greenwald is hon irarj chairman and spiritual lead r Winter Session At Beth Am Mrs Joshua Segal, chairman \dult Education (' %  mmittee 1" I'emple Beth Am. announces the beginning ol the adult educatioi winter session on Monday eve ning, .1 p.m.. in the Adult Education Tifereth Israel Meeting First quarterly me< tint ol Tern ereth Israel, with new > • • %  : %  III ill..: %  I %  %  .. IUI el %  > nru 1 ; inned [01 • ij p m. Men's Club Wi!! .nstail Officers Newly elected <•:ol the pn club "i Israelite Center will 1 installed bj Rabbi Shmaryahu ,w rskj at the late Frida> service u.'.icers arc Nathan Sanders. 'resident; Chester Letter, vice resident: Ben Segal, secretarj treasurer White House Toi "Sth Mrs. JFK MrJacqueline Kennedv, 1 • WI ite Horn •: on next weeks t j "' aPorl %  h i Public Libra r> li at Dixii l ... %  !. Bra .... Peb. IT: a: ll at 1. 3:30 aid p and at the Alia pat Feb in ai 8 pm The Tour ol the White 11, is a tour throu h pi wuh comments by \h. K on their history, the ; paintings and memorabilia u: D* presidents originally shown* CHS .,. 1 \-~^ Room oi ihe school wing Starting F %  b. 15, series u.l' 1 / continue for eight weekIn turers will be Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, whose course is entitled Comparative Texts in the ralmild and 111 the New Testa merit Rabbi Solomon Schifl uill low with a *i p.m class, tot 1 Enjoying the show at Alan Gale's Celebrity Club are Abe and Jean Eisenberg, of Miami Beach. Eisenberg is vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels. f. t s a tl o ti o 8 li n s tl ... //, %  ti en" THE STARLIGHT ROOF nterfaith Affair At Temple Judea A n n 11 a I inleiiaii'i luncheoi sponsored by tinSisterhood ol Temple Beth Am. will take place n Wednesday. 11:30 a.111 Mrs Paul Kalian, chairman, ha* announced that all women ol the Greater Miami area have been 111 \ind l>r Herbert \l Baiimnaid will • resent the religious program for 'he afternoon, and Mr* I'.numRard u ill o!i 1 a musical pro .ram Sub-corn mitt 1 e cha 1 men inclu lo '•> aj ne '.','• ei M; Lan Waltei Kaye Mrs shi ii 'i \ii-Byron A lour oi ihe reee llj • • Gardens w nduct l '1 ; 1 1 irs Todd TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIL! box office open 10:30 to 930 .nYFamiauY AUDREY HEPBURN** REX HARRISON TCCNHICOIO** SUPCHMNAVISIOfl* X> FROM Nf It M0S Hi LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 21702 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8.30 P.M. 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MICHEL ROSENBERG and HIS OWN SHOW 550 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH .. also .. • BARTON BROTHERS • SPECIALTY ACTS • DANCERS • SINGERS eVW^VVS >lHtilM %  'Seniiij:



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Lay, February 12. 1965 +Je*lsHk>rldriari Paqe 15-B jft -*'i H LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE M meeting to plan the drive of the Finance ir v ion of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal lakes p'ace in the Board Room of Miami Beach %  Fede-al Savings and Loan AssociaVon. with iM't-n Weiss president of the Federal, as host L the occa-.ion. Shown (left to right) at the are Walter S. Folk, co-chairman of Oli Mortgage Companies; Ronald Lipton. co-chairman, banks and Savings and Loan Companies; Weiss, chairman of Finance Division; Leonard H. Zigman, co-chairman of Commercial Finance Companies; and Julian R. Aberman and A. A. Grunhut, co-chairmen of Banks and Savings and Loan employees. i % %  I I t u a r i c s LANDE ill l\ • bl ., • Mlvi iv i ini%  | \\'" VblH.lt ,1 r. i, j ll!v.- d> OAVIDOFF. M -. Siirn died • %  %  %  l i:iv. i.iP.KEVSKY. I S\V : ,;,i, r. r ill" ,i i • %  '• %  '''"" SANDIER, Ik-njai %  M.irhi "' • inn S I In V\. db.1 I • Ii %  %  "! BARUCH. Uiilu-rl I'ai k. -. i. [lb 'I l |,ly vv Int.I inn P'• • ,;,, ,-.l.. n HARRIS. Kvehn. 72. ,h. ,1 K< %  I III*••! -i'l' SYIVAN. Nils •!.. ,11.. I I-. !• I II V BARSKY. I., ,-ii-I. i <. %  In 11', 'i' nh.n GELLER. MiSo| %  -""-' ', lllim \v S > v\ in.in GORDON. V|,Dora, TT ul ilil %  '"!i ,,vv. s. i \ |i'< in ii kl> n ltl< l-ld. GRAND. I.. Ilil. 'Hi. I l.cnn\ AM' lllvi raid. FELDSTEIN. .n ,, I'M 13 K. |„ i -. i-H III I 'III. .. Nvv IIIHII GINSBERG. V rt < "I Si S. i v i.-' in T"i % % %  in.. Si LEVINE. M-i-iI. "I %  • Ii >' '" l'1-i • k I .— i v %  • %  II \. V\ I1IUII GOTTESMAN. %  x %  lllvi -I.I. HERTZ. IIIH i: • % %  % %  '•-'• vl %  % % % %  %  Iti' — ,!• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-794 (King) \V. .1 DlilVI-.lt. .1.. Adniinlatratni • %  i. %  MI irfu-i-i i \ .. i,.,. .HI, i in,,i. I,, .. .mi in-,i I1H. I' ., IUIff. KI" Itll'll >ES CASAN AS, .-• ux, NOTICE OF SUIT Tl i I:I IIIIM DKS A.VN IS iii'l i:i.l.I CAS.\NA> hi _:. in, I ulilll %  klH'W li -i -. • %  : HUIII lief" ndaw H .. %  .. ,|. .mil II ili i hi Ir unknovi i %  In .,..,-. i >. %  i u 11. < cr.'il ,II, I ,11 nil I„.I MIIIS i iniina li>. ihn.uuh, un• : i In mI • %  i. „ I ,,,,. i,-i.. II ri inknnwn VHP lUK HKUKIIY NOTIFIED Ihal .i -in inh.. ii i,i., .mill Hgalnnl you Il\ \\ I I lUIV Kit, .iAmiiin -1 -• 1 %  %  ij V I, : .ii 111 II -. Hi Iffl f III-lull, il Stall • %  Imi rli %  %  ami hi* Kill I I'MHOI III Ml, ll %  %  I i, -ili'l II"I ...-.•-•TI-. In f"l • clone .i Ml'" ii,,iii I IIK ili-follow itlK ,1.-.i,i', ,i |.1-.,|., I IV I..-WH I...I iii 111." I, l, of HIVKItDAI.K KSTATKS AIHMTKiX SKfTIU.N v. II t'ordlns i" ili'l.lai lh-i i of, ..i-., ..ul,.i in i'lai IUH.I< ..'. HI M ..f ili.public i" pd of I "adi C itv. Kloilda: nml tou ., %  .urn. .1 to fill \ .inHwrt wltli Ho I'l.ik nf the t'lrcull < -..in i oi 1 1 ., I. i'.. IIIIM I loriua, HI il" t'ourtliotiM iii Miami, Klurlda, ,-" or i„ i, ,. vi. II. ii l .. IV..".. and to i v.I CO|l> "I -', I MV | i||,..II I I.i. IIIIff'H all y KAVIll I' I'ATSMAN. vvll.,.-. ;nl I"I HUM I "%  • sir> •••!. Miami, Klorlda. • : "' %  -in,I iliiti .,. rrqtlll' 'I h> the law* "I Klorld.i li >• %  i fall to do •-. I In comi,l.i,ni v* ili I..tiikeii .i, "in. --. .1 l.> mi ,|||(I ii I •• %  i. % % %  I'l" '""!• --'• i„ mi i. ,1 analn*l s •"• i"i "i' • %  li in.mil. .1 in ili. omiilaint. I.\II:II ,,i Miami, l>nth I'ounty. hiorlda, -In'•ili '!•>> "i HVbruaiy. "' i: II I.KATHKUMAN. ci.ik. • di i .nt 1 llndf I'I il Il"i I'I.I ,-, ., |l) C |. II i|'l-:i.AM' I %  |iui) i "lerk DAVID I" '' ITS MAN I -, : i:.,-KI* • i Stivcl Ml I, H 2 IS-IM-21 \OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, iTIt'R is HBIIKIIY I1IVKN I linn to I'llUHKi I,,, ihi -i %  !' % %  """I" CITY i \. DUXI A SHOP TI i I %  RKX'I V'SKHVICK ,,i '•'' S w S. ml, si %  • .Miami l-'lorlda iiiti am* l'li il" I'll l„. i-|ri ill %  % %  of I* di |'\ |*JtTW \l I'N "'"' ''' M RKWl v SKKVIi'K IN' vKoNil / I !: .v .-lll.i: I |i|.lli ,,iii ... liuildlnn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -., ,-,•'; IS IIKIIKHY UIVEN Ml. ill I" I I.II -II : %  1.1. VIM: iiliiM.n i'i IMP \XY iiHoi HI Hii I Mi i v Ilaml Kcai-li intend _, I.I -.ml II. mi.• n lili Ihi I'll ,-nii ,•' I '•'• • AI.I.KN IhH.nUKlHi DAXIEL, I.I : VI.VI ; %  : i :•%  %  • .%  LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 6S044-B [; \ l -iu'. "f •.in. si'i rr.s/. a i. ii Mil. SIIOI.TBJJ I.,. %  ...,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IT v l I'I ,ii'."i and All Pi r*n lla> -,:!•. iin.ii.li Igalual KaW .. In i.-i.> notified :in,l I • ,i ti (in *• in ,m> claim* and di mhlch you ntaj have Bnainat I .,.. ,f KMI1. sol.TKS'/. a k a I -•li tl.TKS ii' %  • %  •" 'I i-' 1 "' I id r. -.in-. Kloriil;.. i" tinL'ounlJ • Dadi I'oillltJ .'"'I libthe ( in iiui.ii. .ii. and ;ipro* Ided in ..;. l'|, i-ii:i Htatuti ". HI n.i uffi •in Hi. I'onnts I'oi'rtbou*! ,,1. rn int> Florida, "linn Hi* nntlu •" i ii" tin f ii"itlon hi n of, or il" -•""•• i HI Mini li. Kim 'In. till* %  -"" %  .., V.I • •! M II I UKDMAN i ITTII. v Si 'i.'ri>/ Idmlnlatrato • iiubllcatioi iiini.tlce "" ol i • in iai 198 %  vl \' ul. \! II I ill HUM AX \i|lI,' M .i % %  • ,i !•.,' %  2 12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >. THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE tl_' VI.NTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1358 II %  \ • %  /./.' i l.MAIMi: s \l.i I/./.I '. %  i nml SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti Itl ISKM IIIIK S M.I •/./.' % %  Anthoii) M.m.l.ii,, • \... ,1 \ v. mi.-.,. I'l.ill,'i. 1,1, N. vv .I.i ---> '. %  i HI 'i. i, l>) II. tlflHl 'thai .' Itm mplalul for Dlvorcij haa I filed .IU.IIII-I >uii. ami you are %  '••%  i in .. i v, ., eonj of > ,,inAn-" .' %  IT Pleading t,, ili.Hill "' fomplalnl %  %  II th.plalntlfr \iioin.y. PAI'l. KVMT.NKY. KSIjl 'IIIK. 0 l.lm'.iln K %  ad. Miami p.. a.-li, Klorlda BHJ Wh ii"orlitlnal Answer "i Plradlng in il" office ,,f II„. cl.rk of 'Inriri'Ull ''• %  iiri i,n ,.r ii.-r..i-.iloIfth daj "i \ iti h, ".". If you fall i" 'I" s ", j.iiium. m by default will b< taken avalrai you for ilorellel demanded Illll ..r 'omplalnl Tin, notice nhall l" imlili-li.il once each week for fo r couaecutlve a-eek* In Till: .IKWIMI I'I.i IKIDIAX. Dt.NK \XD t > i : IIKRBII al Miami, I ,iii ila) ol I %  i'i '•" %  %  AH I-: n I.KA Tiil'iiM w t'lerk. • i i. ,i. %  'mini \. r loi Ida I • .Hi lly; l„ SN'KEI >KN 11. i.illv I '111 i, I'M i. K\vri'.\i-:v i:M ;iii.in nin lioad M i.i All.mi.) for Plaintiff 1 12-19-26, %  %  E IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12724 %  rin: WII. i i \MSHriNiH s.wixtia II INK. I'lalntlff, JOHN \\ KATIIKIlST'iNi:. lie. el :il AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Til Linda -I".'" Weatheretone. Dab Thomai Weathersto nd > ndra Anne Weatheratone I29W llratlal Avenue Detr.,ii. Ulchiafan Tou ;': %  '• hereby notified thai iln •,i.,.vc caiitloneoT action ha been In-iiiai.-.l anlnat you In Ih rir. ill i-ourt "f the Kb-venth Judicial it,-,H i.f Klorlda In and for I'ail< Couniv i„ furei'loae a IK" ui"" 1 "" foiionim .i.s.rii.. i ;' l ,.i' r .':l"',!-.„.,.. |,.. ( M Block S8 I I IKU Ml"' 1 SUCTION KIVK. ai-cordlnil '",.''' %  • KUl thereof, recorded In I la l--;',:i> at Page 6 of ihPublic Uei • rrt |i : ,,i. rounty, Klo ida. uiretni r vvnii w. li-ili n I" v n i:.m-.,,,.,, -. -,. mid Vi ii' "-I" Itllnda. v,.„ .,,, r|iilred to I I. %  • re| idlllR I" plBlntlfl ,;i"l"..nil "!' n„ i-|erk "f ti..afor.ald i njirl. and „. rv cop) ihi reol inoi plainilfl ,,,i. me) MARTIN KINK. IJa.li rral Itulldlnn, Miami, n not later than Mat I -. %  •'. I.,,,-.. I -onfea* %  will I" enter..,-:.-.li-l you DATKD I'l' an I. ||| IJiATHKKM IX. I' lU ;,, .'..mi. Did. I'O nit), riorbla ,..,,:, B> I*. P i'U-Kle\M> 11, pin) "b i M IIITIX KINK l '.,,1, l ii. ml H Miami, I I'M I'I.i I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THr ELEVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 1357 \Mi:s MIKKAY STKVKNS, Plali IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'C AL CIRCU'T OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-1217 SKI iRi -,! %  : 1 T VI.I VNl 'Ii". vTi "-!.-' Plalnliff, \ H. .. ii \\ i:s T :•'• i'i >iti'.. 11. f. -iidaiit NOTICE OF SUIT OR OROEB OF PUBLICATION Ti' ""i v\ i:s r 26 '' %  HIP. r, i 'rtwl.) Street Nc.v York, New York v..I VUK IIKIIMIIT NOTIKIKU 11 til ., vomplalnt f.'i forceloaure ol Moriuax. %  tl' followliig dcaortbad prop••ity. io-wlt: ., I.,.ri thrmiKh 7 IncluHlve. iiim-n -. Lota 7. 8 and IS. Block ii; \*>i l ana nil "f 1>" -' %  ejwnpl ti" Hontliwoat, iv :•:: feet of l^.t 2. Block S, mew, red .IIOIIK Taluin Watorwaj Unw; || In TATl \l WATBHWAl 8LBDIVISION, u.'Cordlng to the Plat %  hereof, ..> recorded In I'lnt Hook 16, at Pag. of tin Public I..-••• % %  i .j i ia.I. 'ountj. i lorida l,al,..n filed uifallial >">' n) 111" HlHjvv-nani.d Plaintiff, and > %  "' r.. "I K' Helie a cop) "i >our All•war or pleading lo II M''""" iii.iin tinI'lai,nilAttorney*, 1 Al.l\MU-l-' .v VV.VI.I.BB ISO I-H"-" i:...,,i. Miami Ueai li. VrUla. an.l rib lalnal Vnaw. r ," pleauing ,, ,,i Hi. Plirk "I iln i'i nil .,, ,. ;.. fori ii" l*tli d: "i |, •„. %  II >.. i fall I" 'I" M>. %  .,,,,. i',., i 'oi feao III •• ls „l i ,...i lot ,1" ii ii' i' di manded II in,' %  iiuplaiul. „.M. VXD IHIDKUKD at Miami. ,i. ...,i,iv. I lorlda. lb 10th da) ,.| h I. mi), !'"!"'. i; I.KATHKUMAN I'l.lk uf ill't'lii'iill %  '" ,...,li II) I. SXKKDKN I.. |.nt \ i i. rk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 1354 M vi:i \ KM MA I'I 'X I Ili'.A.I, i-IIAVKZ Plaintiff, V -. li v V I'HAVKZ. I '.i. i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'n 11 \\ I'll VVKZ T. I ., Vvenlda Sorale Xo -1 %  Mill Salvador, KI Salvari y.i' VUK lIl'.Kl'.i'V notified that a .' i.laini i Ivorc. ha* iticalnal |.m, -i"'i >"" ure nereb) required i" %  "< •' op) of your anawei In ih. I'omplalnt on the Plaintiff a atl„ ,,. v. I.KSTKII KINlKltH, Whoa. „ a .. ,.:,;i \ \V I llll SIM-I. Mia,i,I Klorlda is V. an.l file th. original i ,.f ili." Vnawei In ihe office ,,r [hi • I. rk -.1 the eleventh Judicial <"n,ini in ami for Dad.founty. Klorltla. i -.v .,n or before the 16th da) ol i March. I96K, In d.fault of which the Complaint will be taken aa oonfeaoed | I., \ nit ., !.\TKD tin"'i'i da) "i February. "' K. II. I.KA T11KKMAX. Clerk. Circiiil Court, Uade County. MorUta is.all By: P. COPKUANP l>eputy Clerk ; I2-1M'. 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'oTK'K IS IIKBKI1V QIVKN the iinderalgn. d, dealrlna i" engam in I.II.-III. -III.I, %  ili. flciltloit* nann i.iNiKi'l. DKSIUNS ,i number I Pan American Hani. Building, In I i ii, i,| vi ..iii.i. Ilorida intend* tu :•• later the -a"l name with il" Ck r ii,. circuit Court % %  < 1 Nlde tViunti Klorlda. at Miami. Klorlda. lit i| H ) ol Ki In tary, 1903. i. \l BEI.I. I'AI I. A I.ANI'Y AH..: II. \ for Applicant ii i:, riiini AC. Mia in lorldii -.' P.'-l'..-26, IN THE COUNTY JUDUE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65484 A IN Itl" I '-iai. ii VXNIK It. illll-'.KNI'l.A I T VNN \ liRKKNBI.ATT |,.,,.1I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All '':•• illtor* and All Pel aona M \ nls I'liilms i.i I lemand* Againal j iii-i-eh) notlfii -I and ., • caenl an) i I ilm* and i !which ""i "i.n have agul -' .-•;,-. „i INNIK B tlRKI r II k i VNNA CRKKXBI.A I I nf italic i ity, KI' ,ia -., ih, i ., ml) Judge* •' i '• I'nUni), all,I file III' -ain, III du I, HI, I II* pi "V nl'il I" %  -• 'ii Klorlda Statutea, in their offl ih, County i 'ourthou*e In I '•',, %  %  KI, i .I.,. > nin.i KIN %  all ndat inont a Hi-.in ( il" first publlcatl l„ ,-... i Ihe -nil"ill be barred I..,!. ,i ,,i Miami, i loi Ida, Ihi* 1 > ,1nv .a Jiinuary. A.l>. 1965, Mil [HIS .1 I'.lll'.KNI'.I.AI'l Al-'..\. It": SAMIKI. s SMITH. K8*Q. Altonip) i"i Kxeeutor inT I.i ilii Ud.. Miami Bench. Fill 2 .i-ir-m--'' IIKI l-:.\K l.i'l'ISK STKVKNS. I ,, i. miaul „„__ SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HKI.KNK LtH'ISK SI K\ I NS IS.",II Lincoln Vvi Montreal, Quebec Canada |-ou are hereby notified that a III ,f Complaint for Dlvon-i haa i.i,,l it.,m.-i you and you an required to aervi %  'I %  %  '."": An-"-„I'leading i" ,! '•'" "' plalnl on the plaint If I lltotne). IAI I. KWITNEY. KSW" IKK. 420 I Road, Miami Beach Klorlda. s.ll %  mi fibth.oilKinui Aaaw-i-r or i calling In the "in ''",' %  •*"< ." •ii, nil i""i ri "" or before ii" taut lav of March, I9. If you fall "• ,l,. .,, Judgment b) default wl'l %  •• taken againal you fot thi rcl i manded In the Bill "1 ""'i; 1 -' Tlil~ notice -linn '" Pbllhed once ,:,, I. week for four conaecutlve• weeks ,, -rin.; JEWISH l I.OBIDI VX. DONE VND t.RI'KBKD it M Klorlda. thla Mil "•' %  %  '•' <"' V I %  I|: |.l-:.\ l'lli:i;M IN, Clerk, n court, Dad' • %  % ,.-.,,n B) I. SNKKDKX 1 leput) t lei PAI'l. K\\ ITNK1 I-:.'n i in, nin Road Miami Bi ai h, Kla Attorney for Plaintiff t >fi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-I484 i • Y \ V VVVttHI .\Slw. li., mill'. v -. V.SIMIK V\ Vs/YNSKI, 'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOR D VORCL v ,, ,' VSIMII1 VVYSSSi \.-Kl. are ii, 1,-l.v noiiiled that •' BUI olalnt 1", Divorce liaa b • II lllcd Hgainal you, and >"U are r.iiuited ," ...v., .. cop) of your Ana* < I a l,„ i„ the BUI r '".l';;';..i on iihe i'lalntlff* Attorne), JOHN JwsuItKK. Kaqaur. '• Kedeial %  •'"''Ing .'i N.K lat Ave.. Miami i-|..l',,l.i. ISA. and fill II" onuinal .Anawei •" Pleading in the • ol -,i„ Clerk .f me circuit Court on or ,, %  ,. ii,, l'.iii da) "' March, IMS. II you la, I I" .1" HO. JlldglW nl I" '" fault ill l" Igken againal you lor ili.relief deiuunded In il" H'H '" i '.unpla int. Thla notJci -li-'H '" publlahed a.-li week for i""' cut Ive >• %  i ka III l-HK .IKVV ISII 1 l.'lllll'IAN |...\i: VNIl ORDKRKD al M I U ,i,lloili da) of rebruary, \ D. II I.I: \ rilKBM VN, '!• rk I'M-, nil I I 'Bill Colllll Kli .,.,,, Hi P COPKI.AND Depot) i |OHN M VZI IlKK MI. on. v i,,i Plaintiff ,.,.. Hi di .il I '• illdlng Noi il" a-t l-i AM Miami, notlda .,„.„. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64672-B IN UK: Katalu of I.. HIS sllll.MAN ''NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \'l Creditor* and All Pen-on* Having Claim* "i" Demand* Igalm-i %  -•"" Vim are I" n by notified •""' re,, ,i tu |,i.-. in an) claJm* and demand* which you may have againal ,l„ mate of l.i 'I IS Silt I.MAX ,.,,,1 late "i Dade County, rTnrldii. ,,, ii„. County Judgi ol Dad. I nuniv an.l flit il" ame In duplicate anil „„ provid Section ".1. I lorida SI itutea, in their office* in the ojill,.. i mini -m Dadi County, Kloi ,,i„ .vitliln al* •" n.i.n uionlh* n e of the I i-t publl'Ul l e,,i tin -..in. v> ill I"lain %  'I I1.11..1 ai Mi.nni. Klorlda, ih i ilu> oi I • bruar). \ l' I9H"' I .-Mi, >l:i: sin 'i MAN Ai:\., ntor r -i piibllci ii "' Ihi* not •„. i-jih .lav of Kebruary, 198 • mil, .;..l.i-i, Iii .v l*acii v11..in. va for i-:.\.-.i'i.'i' :M0l U—i Klagler si i.i i Miami. Kl-rlu.1 f ^ ,., .^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65957-G IN UK: Katati of I -II 11.11' CA I'S.MVN. 11. ceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Credltora ami All P< raona I laving limiii',,i D e w anda Aaalnat saw You are hareb) notified and re..Hired t" preaent any olalma and demand* which v.'ii ma) have againal l|„ ,-iai, ,.i PHILIP I'M'SM VN, de.,;,-, ,i |ati nf Dade County. Klorlda, i,, ih,. Count) Judge* .a I lade i ounii ami file Ihe HMIH. in dupllcati and i' H nrovldi .1 In Becllon Ti: Iti. H" ia Statutea. In their offleea in Ihe t ounl\ l'..niil".n— I" I 'ail. '..lint y. I lila, aiiiiin .-i\ cab nd tba l i il„ time "i 'I"' f s public -ii"" here,,i ,.i th. aame a ill lie bam ,i i i.,i,,i al Miami, Klorlda, thla htb I.I ,,i i-. i ,n iv. A.l>. US"' DAVID P I'VI'SM VN \-i Exe< utor %  iMii.ii.-i -in no ,,.,, ,.i r. I.I u.i' v, li'fi i, v v II i r CATSMAN, i-:—.i %  111MI,, i II. v itor in] I:.I -i hlagler Street %  2 12-19-26, 3 %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65272C is BE Katate ol SAM I'EL 1SKK1. "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i inlit. and All I'n sons Having (talma %  Uemanda Agalnsl Saw You an hereby notified and required to preaent any claim! and •)•mand! which you may have against ,l„. ,,,;,„ .., SA.Ml'Kl. 8RBL, de.,,,-,, i late "f Dad. County. Piorbi.. i,, incounty Judge* of Dade County, and file ii" ame In duplloale and as uravlded In dectton TSS.16. tTprlda statute*. In Ihelr office* in tlie Counn Ci.urtbouai In DadCounty, PI' Ida. within -is calendar montna ftn ,i„ i,, i, ,.r iii. flrat publicauon hereul ..,in.. -.. i vviii i" barred. Dai,,: ..I Miami, Florida, tbi* 2-nd ,lav ,,i January, Al'. 19*5. ,1 vcyi-KMNE RAWITZ \lAI-MlllV Ki--' publication of thla notice "O ith ,i,n of January, l9Sa. ItlCHAP.D .\ N'Kl.S.'N \i.. ruu) for Kx<. uiiix I3 Lincoln Road ; „ SK n lt NOTICE UNDER FiCTlT.OUS NAME LAW x, nci: IS HKRKHT OIVBN it :l„ nml, IIBII.K1, d,-i Ing to engage In ,nd.r the fIctltloua name ol KVMII.Y VI'TD SALES al IMM N ^ .;,!, vv. Miami Intend* t" reglat. r ..,;,! u •', Ihe Clerk "I th" 1 ,. • .., ,of Had., County. Horio.i D.WID OOLDSTEIN I 29._ 2/6-1i 19 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO M.I. V" Wll-'M THESE PRLSl KVTrt sll vi.I. I'I'MK. I;I:I:I:TIN>:S: MICH I1KACI1, Kl.oKIDA: TOBIA HERMAN, MIAMI I'KAi'H, FLORin v. .1 VCK VNKCS. MIAMI BEACH. KIAIUIDA did "ii HoPith das "f ... ,,,, inner, A.H. 19S8, cauae to ho in,,.,|...i.,t.d under the UWB Of the s,,'. ,.f Klorlda HERTZ INVESTMENT CO.. a corporation, witii IM principal i' 1 "" "'' bualneaa at MIAMI, DAUE i-i'l'NiY, In Ihe State of li"ii,i., ;,,i,i win i..'-i"'ii corpora*ion did ,„i ih. 2nd daj "i ITebriiary, A.D. ls, CHUB, i" In filed in tbe office "' the -, peiarv of State "f the Mate of hiorlda ii"documentary authority reoulred under Section Htm 37, Florida St.ituteH, ahowlng the dlaaolullon ot -n.-ii corpoi atlon \,,,. iln refore, Ih. Secretary of jd ha ,-,,.. .,, seal ol thState • la, at Tall ihaaaee, il"; ,,. th, si:.'nM' da) oi tl UtY. ^ I'. ,-..,!, rt)M VDAMS Secretar) of State



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iJewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. February 12. 1965 Section C ^f 1 A *;wi MMMH HOPEFUL FAMILY OF NEW SETTLERS IN THE NEGEV TOWN OF DIMONAH rael Bond Meeting Here Next Week -Klein lluberl II Hum i i um i %  •' %  1985 in %  i toi Isra • %  • t %  i • i : he i • rtrcs lo \ f two SIR ISAAC WOLfSON Humphrey Tribute Set %  \la' % %  %  D > rael, r nbedded in the walls HI the fortress Tlu oa5 aai Wollson, ; ,i, i British industrialist and philanthropist, who has been prominently identified for manj years with activity in bchall ol the State ol Israel. Record Goal More than 2,000 leaders from communities throughoul the United States and Canada are expected t> attend the conference, which will mark the formal launching ol a crive to sell Sioo.ooo.ooo in Israel Bonds dor ing 1965 In North and South America and Western Europe. Dur'na 1984. the campaign ex ceeded its quota of $85,000,000, achieving the highest total ever reached during the fourteen year history ol the drive, XV ill Receive Award: to Sir Isaac \\ oli'son %  the coming j car 'i Israel's total Di tclopmcnl Budget ol S3J0.U0 This sum is the ilrecl lo carry out i !h est ibli.-hmenl ol new industries, especial lj in the (U velopmenl an as, and for the absorption i I immigrants. Vice President Humphrej and Sir Isaac will be joined l>> Israel s Deput) Prime Minister, Abba Khan, at the final event of the conference, the international inaugural dinner, which will be hold Sunday evening, Feb. 21. The musical program al the Inaugural dinner will present Itzhak Perlman. internationally famous Israeli violin virtuoso, as soloist. The University ol Miami Symphony Orchestra will perform under the baton ol Dr, Fabien Sevitzky. Admission to the inaugural dinner is based on tne purchase ol 51,01 Isi ael Boi 1965, in addition to I ir the II Outstanding Leaders Rothbefg. "i Peoria 111 national campaign chaii o| the Israel Bond Organization is serving as chairman ol the conference, Co-chairmen are Col Jacob M. Arvey, honorary chairman ol the Israel Bond drive in Chicago; Louis II Boyar 0 f Log Am eles. chairman ol the national Hoard ol Governors and Ira Guilden, of New York, national chairman ol Israel Bonds other outstanding Israel Bond leaders who will have a major part in the conference include Abraham Feinberg. ol New York, president; Dr Joseph J, Schwartz, ol New York, vice pre-idenl; Morris \V Berinstein, oi Albany, national chairman tor trustees; Mrs, Jan Peerce, of V/Cf PRCSIDIN1 HUMPHREY New York, chairman ol the N tional Women's Division; Julian B. Vcnezky, ol Peoria. national chairman for regions, and D. Lou Haniol Toronto, national chairman for Canada. The conference will "pen on Friday, Feb. 19, with a luncheon ;,l (he FftO l Ibleau launchiivj the l'lfti-abimpajgn oi lite N, tional Women's .Division I the Continued on Pa-je 2-C 100 Million Goal in Bond Sales Set for 1965



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o> jVwi cf fkrili^r Fndcy Fobrunn SOf V.T41 STATISTICS [( Rapid Economic Development Spurred Bv Israel Bond Drive 3y AERAHAM FEIN8ERG. President Itrie: Eo-o Organnation Israel today oae nines MidclBnsl c\ eloping I inrl in world n and faitk f those wl meat of th) ntry's rth. Since its eat as an ii Ma; :94£ Ian gross Th • %  ce during a peri lion mon Tr.e Israel Bond beg n in M 1961 r lifting la U sis to thi S itei • I • %  les in Is Important Plants Erected Tod M) 000 and I Among %  ill >r expa k th< I I si Pert bemicals %  Dead S t at S 1 l 210.0 I • • f these. I Indus the > car ending bout 4.2 of i than Exports and Hcusmj Units L964 tot In 1949. ei irhi (ports cover s ports isin A total oi 4o agricuttura ... The area under irrigation rose five-fold, from 75.000 00 acres ". helping to expand thi ited area X) acreMore than 75 percent ir grown locally. A new • pment was introduced about 10 : ptaasize the rapid growth of the larj;e and estal urban centers and place emphas:s on the establish mi of some thirty new development towns stretch;ng from tin treme north l 'he extreme south Mure than 320.000 people a majority of them immigrants no live and work in some 30 new development areas V _• • the North, which have been estabii>he •• %  irs. A -.in 1948 has been built 4 InraM • s • U toti %  Isr. Conf.r.ued on Page 6-C Confab Next \\ eek Ce-* WMd ; -o n Pas* 1-C ers will i Eban W.' A speci eon v intematl pr<-~ I'iuenchy -Israel Fa-", r • sent -. larae it i ers The c mmen tat r was recentlj named co-chair %  AM %  '. the •'• imen's DITMSM of DM !renter N Vort campaign for Israel BTop Purchcuers Israel Bond I p..:; oe set I •n Saturday evening. Feb 2> a local and national lea !-rae! Bond chairmen of parts of the L'nil tea and Canada w:ii be hon<. their roie in the extraordinar;. success of the J964 campaign. The enrollment and reenrollA barge carrying concrete piles enters the marily, Ashdod a being built •; Icon, now harbor biir.c built at Ashdoc with the with the needs -: Isranla rapidly expo aid of Israel Bond developrr.e.-. funds. Prie cr.omy. A shepherd tends his fleck at the settlement lishing the desired redis'ributior. has z:n of Tsoia. Economic reasom now prevent any ingiy fallen upon the shoulders of the cetJ considerable further expansion of agricultural opment towns which rely to a lcrce exierij settlement, and the chief burden of accompindustry for growth and economic pro: KEY TO ISRAEL'S FUTURE "ES l*> Tjgg **W New Industrialization Pirn intj in %  Special under the .•-.berg and th? are < %  eat %  ; 19K purchasers among the %,-.• Mia as *eil as thro IK. ed States and '. $;5.i" or more Builder; (S4JO0 or mon (3.000 or mon rr.en $: 500 r mon .">---. Hn 'women — SI .508 or urrliniw and Sponsors .J1.0OO or more • next fi\ .ears tn i : M : %  I • FOOD INDUSTRY • It is ex| •• %  %  %  %  %  • • 193 Of per to total approximately "gainst ;%2 • TEXTILES By mi the text .• exp< etc i •. empi > a g$o I --lion will amouOM .., Wlln j^y joaooo in expons in i*>2 this a total output • CLOTHING • to $S ; %  mated to riae to 15,70 The number uf workei ted • CHEMICAL INDUSTRY • %  : • PETROLEUM FRODUCTS Is Bo. 125.1 '" %  em| • NON-METALLIC MINERALS Exp %  _. are ach $14 %  n put of .-•: • a> i-ompared r m %  • %  US ii • DIAVOND INDUSTRY \hf %  % %  '' • xport In W • ma I 1201 The increase in tne persona employed .estimatpenri dew • 0 ii 197 • BASIC METALS i %  • %  • ., %  • %  1 1 • McTAL PRCT-CTi I • ii; %  ih s period • MACHINERY AND EOUIPMENT 1962 exportof an output I \i ten I to ooo out of an of $23l.l23i>will increase :" %  "•* 700 by 1970 .(-j • ELECTICAL EOOIP^ i*>j axports an output oi pecte' to n• %  "'• actimal i n i er, will irur. • TRANSPORT EQUIP** ••wriof an %  '. %  incremwd to tth pr ijtctet 000 3 C



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February 12, 1965 +Jenlsirk>ridlfar) Page 3-C c President Humphrey: namic Man of the People i foolish i" have id plans %  \w ,,, Washington I 135, bul someday, il you irseives and u to work lor [. t-an live here ilj be i C 5 oi sen ralhei egotisi %  ison but, othi rs have Hubi i' I ideed live I thej are in it ; V'K e I ill I c the prinL he i rael Bond Ll % %  Iho I on | Sunday, Feb. imliminished de lial -i.i-in and that c service which Inark %  < entire adult jeees. Came Swiftly • Humphrey has II i common touch. • ryotten that he li the s '" "i a smalllharmai I.-I and it was ;i mall %  % % %  .mil not a verj He still recalls i; taking graduI -uiii.i state Unite used to make Liu: him to sell to lel|i u students for .i dyne apiece lie femJfnbof's hi> firsi u cessful campaign for Mayoi ol Minneapolis, when he and his w ife found themselves, alter it v all over, with $7 in the bank, and Si. Ton in campaign debts i ess came swittly alter that Humphrey was twice i ed Mayor ol Minneapo! s, and then elected lo the United States Senate, when' he served fr m intil he resigned t" be; ome \ i r President But the disappointments have been thentoo, foremost among them the I960 campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination v hen Humphrey was defeated by the late President John F Kenned) in the Wesl Virginia primarj He Speaks His Mind • For many yean a poiitican on the way up, the Vice President has never turned his back on the ideals which he first espoused, not even to gain preferment .ii one kind or another There were many observers who fell that he forfeited his chance as early as i!)48. by speaking out too strongly for civil rights at the Democratic national conven tion. When he spoke his mind on the Senate floor far more forcefully than a freshman Senator was expected to, it was widel> assumed that he was serious!} jeopardizing his entire political future When he served as floor manager ol the Ci\ .1 Rights m the Senate last year, rnany commentators said thai he was v i iting "finis" to his hop s for higher office Yel all ol i hem pi >\ ed to be v rong, and Hubert Humphrej t > %  day occupies the second highest posl in our land He I rinss to (hal pos i ion ,i bi oad expei ieni e lined in the fit) Hall ol Mm neapolis and on the floor ol the IS ?< nate It is worth nol ing that as Mayor i Minneapo lih %  es ablished Ihe first mui icipal Fair Emp • i I Prac IK,.s i ommis ion in the entire I nited Stales Humphrey's interests have ii" \ er been circumscribed bj the boundaries ol one country. He has been an eloquenl spokesman for the cause of peace and free dom throughout the world, as Premier Nikita Khrushche\ ol the Soviet Union learned during a famous eight-hour confronta lion He has served as an American delegate to the United Na lions, an alternate delegate to the UNESCO conference in Paris, and an advisor to the American delegations to the Conference on Nuclear Testing in Geneva, Friendship With Israel Vice President Humphrey's friendship tor Israel covers the entire span of its existence as Continued on Page 5-C LAUNCHING OF A NEW FIVE-YEAR PLAN wiring Economic Frontier: ijor Avenue of Progress SAMUEL SOTHBERG cnal Campaign Chairman %  mai ks ineat • ii', • j ear lal \ -lop industry represet .enue 1 ah 10? ; : m if i ants. n ire balanced %  el %  wing •i greater ; tunities i n i mi s, for ex• • ie ol exports %  <*4 s rengthenint Israe Continued Development %  ol this tlevelduring the pe to -'.70 will de -' inli il measure on i.l Bond dollars i ipmenl budget '"".I %  Israel is • e an additional Is or a total ire than 3.000 bul on ot the will • m the lustry, especially the as p ilar ol iir Ihe It n of 1st ie! trade *try must also 1 -Ias wel population inKey Statistics tin I H Go ro e overall de ie economy, the 'vernment, with the aid • %  |; n i proceeds, must P the roads, harbors, water > and electric power, transition and other facilities •" the foundation for the Itruction of industrial plants ?he establishment of Indusvomniunities Bj 1970, Israel's labor force Will consist ol 1.100.000 men and women, and itindustrial pr i duct ion will reach as (ompare i with SI %  >• in 1963, r at an average an nual rate of increase ol 9.6 per ( • Industrial empl >> menl will rise from 215 '"''> persons in 1.'..; i i 317.0 Industri i exports will grow from S 161.000 11 0 in 1963 t i 8750 000 b> 1970 Together with $130,000, • expected agricultural es pi its and $600,000,000 in exports ot services shipping, insurance and tourism i, Israel's total i x pi its in i!'7 amount to $1,500,000,000, or more than lw ice the exports for 1964. r h < estimate I investments that will be required between now and 1970 in industry and handicrafts will total approximately SI. 100,000,000 !',' the beginning of 1976, about 80,600 persons in the de veli | %  'on. > will be employed in industry, constituting about one quarter of the pr tjected total in lustrial manpower in thai M ar (317 It will be necessarj lo create about 10,000 jobs annually in the de\ eli pmenl zones for a total of IS nun new jobs by 1970 in indus ti\ and handii rafts Wheels of Industry In 1962. the average investment per industrial worker in the development and absorption areas amounted to $5,660. This figure is estimated at $6 700 for the period from 1968 to 1970. Th ii s. investments totalling $327,000,000 ill be required bj U70 to absorb the total of 49,000 new w irkers expected in Industry m the development regions While rural settlement was still expanding, the dispersal of Israel's population was achieved by the establishment of agricultural settlements in the Negev and the Galilee. Economic reasons now prevent any consider able further expansion ol agr cultural settlement, and the ihiei burden of accomplishing the desired redistribution has ac ; alien upon the sh il i. the development towns ..liicli rely lo a large extent on : rov th and econoni ic progress To bring tinfive-year induseveiopment lan tu ieai izatinn. the <; ivernmenl ol is rael musl rel> on Ihe I Bon campaign for a large pro• on oi the large scale imesl ment resources involved. Solving Israel's Many Problems of Growth ~% p*r,w • • *" ^mm S In the new development areas of the Negev, recen' immigrants are building their own homes in a housing construction program financed with the aid of Israel Bonds. Since the establishment of the Israel Bend program thirteen years ago. more than 300,0C0 housing units, most of 'hem for new immigrants, have been built in various parts of Israel. Housing, as well as the establishment of the new industries, irrigation, and the development and settlement of unpopulated areas, are being simulated by Israel Bonds, whose 1965 goal is SIOO.000,000. An important step toward solving Israel's problem oi water shortages was taken with the opening of an experimental plant for the desalination of water. Located in Elath, the plant was buil' with the aid of Israel Bond funds. Based on the freezing process developed by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, the plant now converts 250,000 gallons of salt water into fresh water daily. Fitting installations to run under the pier at Ashdod. By serving as a key terminal and nerve center for tupplies and exports of new urban centers in Ihe South, the new port of Ashdod will stimulate the economic obsorption of some two-thirds of the 500,000 additional inhabitants expected in the next five years.



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Jnge 4-C *-jenist fkrtdKam Friday. February 12 13551 ISRAEL CENTRAL IN HIS LIFE Use of Affluence to Serve Man: Sir Isaac's Ambition The use of affluence to serve his fellowman and build up the spiritual and economic life ol Israel has been the guiding philosophy of Sir Isaac Wolf son, a self-made giant in British busi ness. Sir Isaac whose basic approach to life is reflected in hioutstanding service to the state of Israel, will be the guest of honor at the Israel Bend inaugural dinner at the Fontaincbleau Hotel on Sunday. Feb. 21. Starting fift> years ago as a traveling s;iies man of picture names in the Scottish Highlands. he has built up the Great Universal Stores I'd to the point where it is England's largest retail operation He is often diffident about his re mi rkable achievements in the business world, but never hesitates to urge upon others the virtues ol the Israel Bond drive, the Weizmann institute ol Science, the British Empire lancer Campaign, or thi ether communal endeavors to which he It nds his prestige and his effort. His Philanthropic Interests The list ol Sir Isaac's interestsand benefactions is an imposing one. He is president of the I'nited Synagogue of Great Britain, honorarj president of the Weizmann Institute and founder of its Wolfson Institute ef Experimental Biology He is trustee of the Religious Center in Jerusalem. He is honorary treasurer of the Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship, patron >i the Royal College of Surgeons, and a member if the Grand Council of the British Empire Cancer Campaign Together with other members of his family, he set up the Wolfson Foundation. created in 1955 mainly for the advancement ot health, education and youth activities in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. His business interests are manifold He serves as chairman of the Great Universal Stores Ltd.. consisting of more than 2.5(H) stores, including mail order companies, in many partol the world He is active in the management of a variet) ot banks and holding companies, including the firm which owns 45 percent ol the Pan Am Building in New York Cit) He has played a leading role in the industrial develop men! ot the State of Israel, and is chairman ol the board 0! Paz nil Compan) Ltd in that country Humble Scottish Background Yet no mere listing ol his activities, either in the field ol business or in communal life, can in to give the lull picture of Sir Isaac Woll 51 n To understand the man one must go back to Ills Origins lb' was one ol eleven soils and daughters ol Solomon and Nacha Wolfson. who came to Glasgow from Bialvstok in White Bus Sia with their two oldest children Isaac was born in the Jewish section ol Glasgow, where his lather had a small furniture store. Jewish tradition and Jewish feeling were inculcated in Isaac Wolfson from his youngest lays. His lather was a devou! scholar, and he imparted his love of learning and hi> profound faith to his children It undoubtedly was this early training that played a decisive part In Sir Isaac's commitment to philanthropic and Jewish Causes in later lili' At the age of 15. Isaac Wolfson began bis career as a businessman. He visited villages throughout Scotland, selling picture frames and furniture. Sir Isaac recalls those days with great Continued on Page 8-C HE Will DISCUSS ECONOMIC NEEDS Deputy Prime Minister Eban Sees 'Fulfillment of Cycle 9 Abba Eban came to Israel twenv-five years ago. but he didn't ^ain his full rights ot citizen-hip until five years ago. There's 1 very simple explanation for •hiunusual situation As Is ael's foremost diplomatic -pokesman at the United Nations old at Washington, he was never n Israel long enough to be con-idereil anything but a visiting VIP. But in 1959. when Eban retired rom the foreign service after stablishing a brilliant interna ional reputation, he became Israel's most prominent "new" itizen soon thereafter, he was elected to the Knesset and serve. i is Minister of Education and Culture in Prime Minister Beniurion's Cabinet When Levi Eshkol became Prime Minister in June. 1963. Abba Eban was elevated to the post of Deputy Prime Minister N .. the statesman who 11-ed to visit Israel is returning aa visitor to our country, and in 'hat role he will present the economic needs ol Israel to the in ternational inaugural conference lor Israel Bondfrom Feb. 19 to 21 ai the Pontainebleau Hotel The Deputy Prime Minister's unique eloquence, and h:profound Understanding of his country's problems and ot world affairs, have earned him recognition in everj corner 01 the earth He Oral achieved worldwide prominence when he served aOfficial liaison between the Jewish community of Palestine ami the United Nations committees winch deliberated the Palestine pr hlcm in Geneva and at Lake Success. He worked closely with tin late Dl Cftaiai Weizmann, who became the first president of the State of Israel, in the presentation of the case for a Dfporr PRtmiK £BAN man at the IN. he presented Israel's position at the General Assembly session which voted to admit Israel as a member ol the I'nited Nations From that time until 1959. when he returned to Israel. Mr Eban was his country's permanent representative at the United N.i tions. shortly thereafter, he assumed the additional post ol Ambassador to the I'nited States, vvhieh he also held until he went hack to Israel Eloquence has not been Mr Eban's onl) instrument in win Ming friends for Israel During his tenure as Ambassador, he wa> tireless in meeting with business professional a n d educational groups throughout the United states in order to present Israel's position, otteu convincing those Continued on Page 8-C Israel Bonds help to finance mining and processmci oi hrcsj large phosphate deposits in the Negev for its growing ch ical industry. Shown above is the ore enrichment :. the Oron phosphate mines sou'.heast of Beesheba. Prol tion at Oron is now at a level of a quarter million tons ly. with a phosphorus content averaging about 29 pe:ce. Israel's phosphate products have already establishe for themselves on the world market. Wi'h the aid Bonds, the exploitation of natural resources has became: important factor in the country's program of large-scale nomic development. Historic Perspective Shows Israel's Growth As Major Salvation By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ Vice President Israel Bond Organization We are now m a year which haan interesting link with events that shaped the history ol the world and tate of the Jewish people and Israel. 1965 marks the twentieth anniversary of the international conference at San Francisco which launched the I'nited Nations. Both events had a very gig nificant influence on Jewish life in our time. The first liberated Europe before Hitler could com plete the wholesale annihilation ot the Jewish people ot that con tinent The second gave birth to a world organization that was to grant international authority to the establishment ot the -ov eriun and independent State ol Israel. Scaffold for Economy Yesterday, today and tomoi row are the winds which best define the scope of historic reporting it is a range of vision verj aptlj applies to what ..in and Canadian Jewrj are doing ti da) in behall ol Is rael's economic development It ;an approach thai iessential for a toll understanding ot the icance 01 the worldwide operation known as state ot 1rael Bonds The tragedies o| the hopes of tomorrov these elements enter into 1 appraisal of the Israel program, its meanii Jewish people and itmoil lor the State ol [srai The basic purpose ind tion of Israel Bonds art I course economic. Israel provide the scaffolding lor; entire economy. The} have t roads, harbors and r.n'\v.,>• have spurred the exploitation natural resources and the struction of irrigation pipeli thev hav e aided in the esttl ment of new industl have built homes i": grants — in short they M provided the foundation fori nomic development Ihave been decisive 111 man possible the impressive reflected in the <\ >I rael's present ecoi Bui beyond all these Ihi Israel Bonds havi .nice for two chil the one hand, tin" an' tl* 1 strumenl ol sell r< IK I 'Hit Which there i. Israel. The countn economic stability carries %  in it the seed "t < sped,! seed of spiritual irul cuiH fulfillment Inspiring Partnership On the other hai Bonds not onl) represent a"' vestment which 1 ins. in Israel, bill alsi partnership which insi 1 partners, and ereati sense ol achievem< 11 tho-e outside ol i1 and tho-e in Israe ••I"' "~ ii-e of the funds construction and deve In this light ', enon as the reden Bonds, which be 1963, lakes on a srw Redemption ol si thev mature 1no rnoi 1 online matter in the !: "f.'L world. But in the cast pondit has had fal v iew "I ided I In significance many doubts which att< launching oi Israel B Ol Bonds bruusT ce of "f kod %  A textile worker at Kottonia factory in Petach reach S3 cm nnn nnn ~ to thTintSJ worlcf ^^ 01 Israe redemption about a new resin fidence in Israel M eve emotional and dran ati '•'. to this tangible prool cl >' succesIt was a mil*"* Continued on Page 6-C



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L, February 12, 1965 *Jmifi fkridian Page 5-C %  asluon O/10W £0 -• .*ii Peerce, na I nan i the division, I a< the linH-hrc.ii nated one thousand i unony l hem many na|:.il roanin.il and community |i Bond leaders from cities ; nite l States and I] lake part in the l< II mod guests at tinHilt in mierc and LunIn to ilie international i ui ... nil, \\ iii be Mi L ; ban. wile ol the Deputy Ii-.! %  Minister ol Israel, and |<:> Kilith VVolfson, joint chairii u ihe Children and Youth i ittee lor Greal BriB' s .M in lebrated teleand beauty r ill sen e .is fashion show h latoi Miss Mycrson is r. •• %  11) co-i hairman ol the r %  : Sow York Women's Dili State oi Israel Bonds. hy Israel Collection, %  i ill he staged and acces \, Jordan Marsh-Flcrida :,n mierc showing, v. as f. < oordinatcd by the in Kincman, who ser1i tin of ihe National l %  is'on The worldn I ibert de Givcnchy, designer for many ol the world's best-dressed women, accepted Milineman's invitation to take pan in the collection Givenchy is represented by twelve ensembles, six of which he has made of Israeli textiles lie is the sole French participant in the collec i on, nisi as Yves st Laurenl was in 1964, Since Givenchy is the idol ot French couture, his participation is an indication of Israels ever-growing stature In the world of fashion design and custom manufacture. The Israel portion of tli.' Glvenchy-lsrael Collection is comprised ol more ih. HI thirty cos> mines, ranging from resort wear to formal ball gown.. Israels foremost couturiers. Lola Boer and Finy Leitersdorf, are featured in the show, as is the celebrated young Gideon Oberson. Pnina Shallon and Marta Vida are included for the second conContinued on Pag* 6-C Shown here are three ensembles from the Givenchy-Israel Collection, the new Israel Bond fashion show, which will have its international premiere on Friday, Feb. 19. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left is a handloomed wool and mohair tweed by Maskit of Israel, which was chosen by Hubert de Givenchy for this off-white suit. Center is a striking example of French elegance at its height in Givenchy's short coat and strapless eveninc dress in pink and amethyst on an emerak ground. Right. Givenchy chose an Aled o Israel knit for this two-piece sui* with its softlytied neckline. All photographs were taken ii the Louvre Museum, by Ginsbourger, wit! special permission of the French MinLs.try o Fine Ar'3. The new fashion show will tour the U.S. and Canada for the 1965 Bond drive. A NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OFFERS HER VIEW OF NEED TODAY Work Continues to Grow in Depth and Scope By MRS. JAN PEERCE, Chairman National Women's Division The yc.ir 1964, with its record shattering achievements in Israel Bonds, is now behind us. and we have Fixed our sights on l!>t>5 and its cash goal ol $100,000,000 in Israel Bond sales The role of North \ : priean women in ensur ing that grand total "ill I signal impoi tance Wc are pi oud ol the fact I hi I though wc are not a membi iship organization, we continue over the years to have Ihe wholehearted and steadj participation of women in every walk of life, women whose loyalty to Israel Bonds is as steadfast as their manifold interest in all major Jewish organizations in both the United States and Canada Israel Bend< are a unifying element among all people ea jer to build ., sell sufficient, independent I• .i.-l Co.istant Increase AihS. ABBA [BAN Ml the centi Women's Divis' (0 -...."I I %  opi e\ ( r\ S i lowing the patl campaign ol new i omen membership in I h 'I':in the number inj adm Guard ol < hen acets ol our worl out nue I d< plh % %  ith n fol rn ol the total ar, thousands i .. our v oluniBonds, ant increase, omen .. am to tl ince .Hid •," thai h MRS. JAN P££K cst honor category ol all, the S100.000 Woman ol Valor Cumulative figures over any one year's campaign show that mil|j ins Ol ••plus'' dollars arc brought in by tinefforts ol worn en active in this program. i e same growth holds true ( f our National and Ncge* Spoi iors o i ..in through which wc i ach yi ar e iroll many thousands of women as purcha ers ol a min. ol $1,000 in lsra


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Page 6-C *Jfe4c* ittric/f3nn Friday, February |o f/HPHdSfZE ECONOMIC l/H'ERAT/VES EXISTING TODAY Israel Prime Minister EshkoL Finance Minister Sapir Send Messages to Bond Inaugural By LEVI ESHKOL Prime Minister State of Israel Israel's economic development hinges on blendiug the dedicated :.,l>>r nf ail OUT people, lncluding the hundredol thousand.ol new Immigrants, with the cap ital ami resources of our people As German reparations come t.i an end. our foreign currency income mu*t stem more and more from our own export earnings and from Israel Bond sales The economic development and strengthening ol Israel arc th< best deterrent ol vvar and antee for peace The do.ad.oi the Negev 1• %  lerv ay. 'ho development ol the Central Galilee has begun and now we must prepare employment for ihc waves ol Immigrants from Easl and West who we hopo will join us in the year: ahead In the light of these historical tasks, may the Israel Bond effort reach and break the sioo.oou.ooo barrier thi> year. By PINHAS SAPtR Finance Minister State of Israel With tho backing of Israel Bond dollars Israel again com pletod a year ot energetic fiscal achievement Our m"ss national products grew b> eleven per cent in real terms, continuing our free world record Industrial production i tupped the tremendous liure of six million pounds In the north and south, intensified efforts were devoted to conquer ing our wasteland. The now city of Carnuel became a reality in the Central Galilee We completed the first phase Of Our National Water Project which nou carries life to the Negev. Negev cities and industries flourished and expanded. Bui those and other accomplishments were not realized without problem.-, not without some failures. The year that faces uis no less fraught with economic obstacles and surely demands no less ^\ achievement pace v\,. fac ii with confidence heavily buttressed b> me know! edge ot our Israel Bond partner ship Port of Ashdod Keeps Pace With Expanding Economy [n • %  rms if i \. ipmenl as well as potential future growth, one of the most important events >i '.HSO will bo the opening ol I new deep-water port ot Asl When the first ship enters the new harbor later thi> year 1 1 terials and < :i ,>i the export products Sege< ianl -"• | taken in opening the new tier of development in the S ith. Ambassador Michael i permanent repn live to the I i Sal ons referred to 1ST; tow ard sell reuanct as a it > iui wli state li Israel is a do-it-) St; te. '.he row port ol it well be i • elf" port While : ISt I ) us that in and there was a -: \sl the Me in i ra < an Sea ng ag ne\ p rl • \-'i.. >i unique i•.:-.•' t is a deep water p rl lion to being one of the few portin historj %  the orli to be built oa a si -time in an open sea Unlike Haifa. Ash • the classic type of port. Ashdod is a deep water port not because nature made it so. but because the people ol do-it-youi Keeping Pace %  lod is being buill il\ to keep pace with I Israe imy It i> signifii ant I the ceremonies marking I iitinini of a irk "ti the v July. 1961 were le< of Malt of Isi %  %  neJ of -' %  %  ..... %  M tot this The Israel Tort %  -. was n 1961 to ( expand and administer all ports and port facilities in Israel 0m of ita first responsibilities wathe construction of a n port on the M< The decision to build the nev port in the South was influenced by a number of important lac tors • Israel's pres. nt port capac immodate the enlai ged vi the next dt cade — and the The [ existii i i much • urban ( ngestion which has Lind the ports \ new built, and • Th phospati export industries thi Negev than half of the citrus th of Tel A\i\ Having a port with needed port industries, these pn I A ... v er lai I transp >rtation Continued on Page 7-C PRIM MINISTIR ISHKOl flNANCl MINISUt Uf. Fast Development Continued from Page 2-C development of the existing harbor..t Haifa 1*1 struction of the deep water port will be a major center of commerce on the "'•!' %  il f*l Aviv. There were mure than 128.000 vehicles on th in 1963 more than twice the number seven years are linking remote part.of Israel. I \ i men B d its flights from ui li n 2.8(H) m 1963, and ;n the p..-: 10 years %  national travelers passing through Lydda \ %  • from 62 000 to 409.000 Tourism on Phenomenal Rise Durii ast decade, tourism has becon • industries Mr Israel with %  < i bi i 317 : iiu nt Tin re were 220.000 tourists in 1963 as con 48.000 in 1953 Apart from foreign currencj sportation bj l"-i Al and Zim Lines, tourists • million in Israel in 1963 as against only S3 milhoi of major importance to Isr c onomii f the i ntrj natural n • il i-rael Bonds liie-e h..\e included dc| minerals in the Negi \ and bromine 11 the Dea I S< %  < • : %  .U gl iced by the National W rom th north to thi arid i Economic Prognosis Very Favorable AM ••'! b) thi %  .oil from tankers berthed at F.lath to Israel Bonds also hi oted th. gi trj a ads and mi ri bani marine. Israi Is pro) highlighted by the facl tl .. Point Foui to tupplj •' meal assistanci and scientific and medical kt. tries in Asia and Afi s for Israel s economic futun It is based on the -kill and determinate:HT paa and le of importance which 1 BoaBl i laying in the country's development Historic Perspective Ashdod s City Hail m the heart ot the shopthe town developing southward from the river puig center. The town of Ashdod was begun and the port and its mdusbaal eccnplsnt -orth in 1956. The two sections the port and the ward, m an area of 900 acres Pan'of Ashdod town are separated by the Lachish Rive: with will serve the Negev and the Jerusalem ainc Continued from Page 4-C gl th that !.. • %  .11 !*>4 Share In Making History has been achievi our job is not finished The .. for thi t year repn mount require.; to enable to carry on its economic development A large scale pro gram of industrialization es D the no. | ment : forward to provide for a population in -• within the next five j %  With immigration continuing at a substantial rate, the expan sion ot me economy must be stimulated to provide jot men 1-rael Bond dolare the lifeblood ol ment and employment in the ng regions of Israel The pad the present and the future converge in the State of I-rael To t. %  fulfill our part tory, ot our poop.. r li OUt the %  Fashions Continued r>0 P'*"* -native are among i Talmor Maakil i, rafts tndustrif u W* in both fabnes •• ire tht* ear f l Aled. Dor, The and Ernst V •eated by i %  '" tail and mink | roilearini : t *£ .mere in Nu Israel Collecti i -"''^ ct.es of Nerti ^ n rael Bond % 



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idc v February 12. 1965 + ki!' I' 1(1 1' I IK pi" ,,, pure, sweet tone rasing liI"'" %  """ ls "", and steady and ol his left hand ... swift and accur .. joy and bounce p i a : that had oldtim Can eg e Hall reaching n .„.. memories to the I ; iuthful Heifetz to .. parallel comment by the critic oi u Vork Herald-Tribune, an j other rave reviews, ; (hi performance ol perlman, brilliant young. violin virtuoso and winihr coveted Leventritt \ %  d • ia> svening, Feb. 21, ill be the guest • t>-,• *!•;;> international [or Israel ,,i the Kontainebleau Ho uii be accompanied b) •jiversit> iii Miami Orchesthe baton "I Dr Fa• \ 11 / k > i this charming and omenon who in im i:i> most enthusi•;,n-MI h musical greats \ I uhin. 1. e 0 tl a I d Isaac Stern, and v ippcared with orchestras in the United uthn countries? A Sabra Perlman was born in iv nineteen years ago, Ihe polish immigrants. B) the ; three, he had already •i strong talent for music, able tn pick out tunes on Iren's violin. A bout with before the age of five left ith severely limited use but fortunately the part "I ins bod) was sparHe musi use crutches to .iiiii plays the violin sitting ITZHAK PtRlMAN down As recently as 1958, he could not plaj for more than hall an hour at a time Music became hientire life, and Ins constant work to achievi mastery on the violin was therapeutic for both his spirit and liis body. He studied at the Tel A\iv Academy ol Music, he gave recitals in and about Tel Aviv, and he performed on Kol Yis roel, the Israeli radio network, both in recital and with orches tral accompaniment. Perlman's first major recognition came in 1U.">8. when he won a talent competition conducted in Israel by Kd Sullivan, who wa.s seeking artists for his tele vision show, lie was brought to the United states for three appearances on the Kd Sullivan Show, and subsequently appealed again bj popular request. At that time, he also concertizefl throughout the United States and Canada to the highesl critical acclaim. Juilliard Student His talent won him admission to the famous Juilliard School ol Music in New York City, and alter live years as an otitstand ins scholarship student in the Preparatory Division, he enter the Regular Division of Juilliard anil was awarded one Of the scholarships of the Tuck Foundation of Detroit He also studied at the Meadow mount School ol Music lor several summers, where he was the recipient ol the Lado Scholarship For Ihe second time in his young life. Perlman entered a musical competition a n 4. in the face of heavy competition, he won the coveted Leventritt Memorial Award placing first in a field of nine teen contestants His playing was acclaimed by a jury Including isaa.stern. George S/ell. William Steinberg and other leading artists and critics As winner of this outstanding American musical contest. Perlman received $1,000 m cash ,ind was scheduled for appearances with the symphony orches iras ot Cleveland, I ittsburgh, New York. Detroit. Buffalo. New Haven and Denver, with most ol the concerts listed for the 1964 65 concert season. ABRAHAM ttlNBlRG President SAUEl ROTHStRG National Campaign Chairman t^UIS H. F.OtAR National Chairman Bnard oi Governors IRA GUILDfN National Chairman LAWRtNCl J. lASKtr Chairman Executive Committee DR. JOSEPH ;. S'H'JUARTZ Vice President Among Prominent Men Behind National Drive Among prominent leaders behind the national State of Israel Bond Organization are these men. Their efforts throughout the year, and in many cases since the inception of the Israel Bond campaign in May, 1951, have helped spur the successful sale of bonds for Israel's economic and industrial development. With ever greater industrialization of Israel as the key to the Jewish State's future, their leadership serves as a key to the assurance of the young nation's progress. MORRIS W. BtRINSTUN National Chairman ot Trustees Port of Ashdocl Keeps Pace DR. fABICN StVITSKY Continued from Page 6C costs considerably. In some eases, a distance of 75 miles would be saved in transporting products to AshdOd instead ol to Haifa. Relieving Congestion • By serving as a key terminal and nerve center for supplies and exports of new urban centers in the south, the new port oi Aahdod would stimulate the absorption ol some two thirds ol the 500,000 additional inhabitants xpected in the nexl five years through immigration and natural increase. • The developed area around Ashdod allows for effective planning oi the port, as well as the town of Aahdod, and the outlying region will contain port industries and services, in addition to a modern inland transportation system. • ()| immediate anil pressing concern is the fact that the port ,il \shdod will relieve the congestion which now ties up Haifa port, causing bottlenecks which cause dozens of ships to wait outside the port. The added ex pense of such delays will be cut down as soon as the port of Ashdod opens. Since the area chosen for the port of Ashdod does not have 8 naturally favorable coastline for a harbor, the Israel Port Author lty had to start from scratch by constructing a breakwater out into the Mediterranean Sea. This gigantic undertaking is being accomplished in stages The first phase ol the port ithe citrus-b'ilk phase which iexpected t<> be in initial operation for the 1965-66 cit ins export season. will pro vide at Ihe start lor an entrance space for about BOO feet between the main breakwater and the lee breakwater A calm basin ot 256 acres will thus be create.I. and the pier length will allow room for 10 shins al a time. By 1969 1970, depending on the need, the capacity ol Ashdod port will be enlarged to accommodate up to 22 ships. Efficient Turn-Round' During the next decade, the existing breakwater will be lengthened by an additional 2.100 feet and a new lee breakwater will be built to the north. This will be done as part of the final phase, which is expected to be completed between 1970 and 1980. when the port will be able to accommodate up to 32 ships The main breakwater con Continued on Page 8-C JACK D. VJitltR Secretary-Treasurer MAX BRESSIER National Chairman of Guardians JULIAN B. VtNtZKf National Chairman ot Regions



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?xge S-C +Je*i*t fkrMtor Friday. February ? • 1355 Port of Ashdod Keeps Pace CantwwW from P <9 7< ••of iaer of rock? a -jre izA aetght :--•%  tai I • MM %  It Mil **e~ &f%  ibe open *ea side when raves .-. %  .-. %  -1 •as racks • a;, x pr %  %  -.. En s. the i .%  %  that tt ; mtei : -*.r.i. .. •%  • r • -" MCC For l %  -.. port : A%  ... •trod .'• %  %  • %  % %  i BI tad facilities for r ami turo-f ute the -hip the port aad ecdi when t has %  aarged •wear?* reloaded %  left The I more %  %  is doae. process rcfi res ill "•I -. entir %  -'-• .-. I Is • I %  "* • • %  rid an D towns the port • this will not happen ~ ~ I I % %  • • -. the port an the I with I ng soul the ris er and thi •• istrial cor !.-. a: 900 res. A I the i ui I i .-. • | ware ho .:stor yards %  i %  fueJins lories oa r k n a plants and other facilities in a central ?.-..• :.--.:.-..• %  • : "' ,h port • • Nation ot raw fr-.rr. a p-'-rt r • %  ^iern traf:.-.%  Ashdod Expansion v esent the population Ashdod •it is grow 5inc< : % %  : ing the | I I Ha fa %  : .pan :-. port and sh;pp;ni I feline with thi world. B so at least vne-third of ISTJK annvyl development budget, Israel B ads are also financing stries in new towns and development areas and spurring the gr %  -""• f i irerj part i %  %  % %  Sir Isaac's Ambition Cc?ir>vd from Page 4-C • %  • te the list of Scot U • mat* Success and Recognition U Wolfs sines* The success • Great %  L itomers. Its .... to S100.000.00i ..... ie 1 %  Institut • %  voted Jew. the same human pt-r.-on that hi brought up to be He Strictly ti $ practices thai be li He and Li Ij Edith v. married in 1928. have ke| e fcr %  is himself now married and the f threi children Sir Isaac's dedication to .lev. has -ion tnrougl: in many ictions Hi established the Jewish D..'. school in the West End of London, and Hecbal Sbktmc the world I entei %  ':.• In add.-. f fifty s; t Israel The Seal [srai acs • live • mem to i to be the sues! %  • Deputy Prime Minister Eban %  • esaaaUe* of ti aad the ;.tne •• %  participated together %  If mister 3ee-Gnnoa m the of the Israel Bond in the fasted May. 1961. Re c oan auin a the fact that itm am tu it growth is the eee tral paHar of the restore of Israet *e traveled in ataay parts of the co — t ry and shared aarjanateiy if The it i. top—tax of flats ireat v.I tea resjvammfa m %  %  %  %  .. %  %  %  '-Kgeocs %  at ti Hebre. : Ch* MJ "Vna aad MsdrfZ* Ei-* aad World ? :•> He has translated onto Fitfiirti a rnwel by the Erjpe T'n'.i a; Hai.a aad :; %  ?..: Sibtd schotarty papers c- He brew aad Arab>< uvratnre as. weQ as Eastern social and cul•-*' ;'—r~i-.j %r ah J t aaah Rfaamaa Mr E:an >er.e, ilaa a< presidest of the Wettmana —* i —ir of Science in Kehawoth. ... %  fail • • I • post — as Work in l **< %  has better d *e | %  ; •%  \r. Historic Mmor "W-i". .• rr.%:err. Israel eicept the r**<* B a Mdaiune ful fiUrer: of history's cycle, a bndxe tSromx mam the ^\i: of continents and seneratior.aniat the unity of all histor ie experiecce The sn:aJlne*> of or State m area and population Is ec in the consciousness oi n-.r the hnaad rkftai o< historic an Israel's marchanl marine which has passed the l.OC mark, is being spurred by ship co.-^tructicn c: lh 1st >;. s~ v-:ds Ltd.. Haifa, established srith the aid of Israel &:r:More than 1.000 persons are employed c* the shipyard where a new 3.500-;or. coaital faeiahter is shown under :onstruaion cgair.st the background of the c;ty of Hau'c. Isi :~ e chant fleet, which consisted of a single hip when the :c czh.eved independence, hes been dereloped r: vrhere i1 includes approximately 100 vessels ..-. : ^ construction, among them freighten reotilaried tnieri zr.i z number of luxury liners. the dese:t ere being pusnec ale develop ment Israel Boi Phol procres.[ the I % % %  : '. %  men' Sons of I #€ — r ^ Settiecs are shown arriving in Carmiel. the find Dew be established :n the Central Galilee under Uicel s procicm for the development oi the cma. which was iaittatfl • aid of Israel Bond funds. Carmiel was formally dedicattd recenUy at special ceremonies attended by Prim* "' £ e Levi Eshkol and other leading Israeli officials. The new ,0 '* n a expecied to have an eventual population ol 53.00C and u ^ c key element in Israels plans 'r> settle %  BOCCupied neffioes of the GaUlee and bring about cloeer uoqpiraooc befwer.' the Jewish and Arab inhabitants.



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7crge 10-C vJewis* ftcridfisr Friday. February 12. 1965 ., .1 i I.I The Atlanticists By MAX LERNER B'nai B'rith Plans Triennial Confab in Israel in May The currenl great debate raging on both sides of the Atlantic is i the surfa. e a d. bat( about MLF In depth, it is a debate about te'fut ire stance ol Europe and America in reaching global pol.tical isi ms and in shaping either rival nuclear establishments or a com>n one The outlines of the opposing positions in the debate are just i g to take on sharpness through the haze ol verbal smoke. One position is that ol the Gaullists, and it has Us upholders not j in France but throughout Western Europe and even in American iversities. The other is that ol the "Atlanticists." and while its pnn >al strength is in America, German) and Italy, it has partial suprt in Britain and even in Franco. Thus the lines ol eomlict do not low national boundaries, bol are trans national My hunch about American policy is that it is using MFL less as iard and-fast goal than as a bargaining piaee. You cant boat someing with nothing. De Gaulle offers Europe his force de Irappe as ,. basis of a future European nuclear establishment As an swer America has thought up the mix-manned fleet oi 25 surface ips armed with 200 nuclear missiles, which may some day become Polaris fleet Tins, say the American experts, means tour or five ies the destructive power -if de Gaulle's force of low-lying planes, en if you calculate what de Gaulle will Have eight years from now De Gaulle's present target is German. He storms at the Germans, ,-eatening to denounce the Franco-German treaty if Germany enters \:i r But the treaty, which could have had life only il Adenauer i. ..il in power, is a dead letter today, anyway. De Gaulle's real pe lies not with the Germany he once courted but with the Britain SC0 | ied li the British and Germans fail to make up thenpast dii • nee-, and if Harold Wilson makes the traditional anti -Germanism the labor part) a national policy, then MLF will never be horn The American hope is that Wilson will be able to abandon the dogma ol his own part) To do this he will have to model himself his description ol his conversations with President Johnson: "Pract eal. no theology, but last moving, down to earth" II he can achieve ch a style on his own and shake oil Ins party's dogma, he can work i a military political formula with Germany and America which will I n/ flic Atlanticists into being There is, of course, a big question about the record Wilson has I eady made in his bnet but lusterless tenure ol power. He knows cannot improve Britain's balance of payments positions without tiding up the export industries. But that will require added invest•nt in those industries —and he cannot get it from frightened busissmen He made the mistake at the very start in pushing steel onalization and proposing a punishing tax program. Thus he scared the daylights out of the business community whose confidence had to win. The question is whether the same Harold Wilson, who has not oil) escaped "theology" in his domestic actions, will now be able t< scuttle it in his foreign policy He is dependent upon America li • ncially, yet he cuts against the American jjrain by his unwillingness to brill.; the Germans into a common nuclear plan, lie does have bar .. inm leverage because both America and (iermany need the British • dly at this moment without the British the American plan for rop< .'ill look frighteningly like an American-German axis. With ,. British in, the Italians ami Dutch and others will also come in. i will then be able to talk ol a genuine European lineup which -. uld leave de Gaulle isolated. This is the current hope of the Atlanticists. It rests on common •ion by the three powers Britain, Germany, America in finding formula which will defend Europe better than de Gaulle's formula i, n and which will at the same time unity Europe better. But the Americans have their thoolog) awell as tin British It ithen constant militar) emphasis on the MLF as a kind of magic %  nitil., The) will not be able to bridge 'he Atlantic unless they can flexible enough to shift from a military to a political emphasis. This II Involve the creation "I an agency which takes common action on obal political policies De Cell' wants a Europe which will consult • gether first ami the; bargain with America aa political unit It is enticing vision for the Europeans. The only possible answer to him ,i Europe which ill consult rcgularl) with America and then bar. m with the outsiderwhether it be de Caulle or the Russians aa il in short, the real NATO crisis is political, not military The hopeful fact lies in the constant shuttling, back and forth ross the Atlantic ol American and European political and intellec leaders. There ha\< been all kinds of seminars, like the one Ich lias just ended .1' Munich, whose members comprise governmen• I and military experts hut also scholars from the great research liters of Europe and America The fail is (hat an Atlantic cultural nmunity :alreadj coming into ex fence For de Gaulle tinis fact to lace. But lor America i' forms a base for future trans• lantii unity which ma) prove even more decisive than the American :litar) power base. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2tf* JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE. CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN FlAZA NEWTON By Special Report WASHINGTON A centennial v. ill he celebrated, a library in the V-_e\ anil an auditorium in Tel ui\ dedicated a len-yi ar promise fulfilled, and a new" interim Lional president elected when 1,500 members assemble for the B'nai B'rith triennial convention in l rael next Ma) For the second time in the organization's 121-year history, the convention will be held outside the United States B'nai B'rith officials ?re preparing for an even heavier registration than in 19iv when, organising the largest airlift in commercial aviation history, they transported 1,250 delegates and guests to Jerusalem for the first international convention ever held on Israel soil. The complex travel and housing arrangements to accommodate visitors from six continents tor this year's live-day meeting. May 23 to 27. are being handled by a convention committee headed by Sydney A. Hellenbrand, of Cedarhurst. N. Y.. an international vice presi dent of B'nai B'rith. Convention participants will spend an additional week in Israel touring the countr) in organized groups SYDNEY HEUfNBBAND bel A Katz for tne presidency. Katz's six-year administration, the tWO-term maximum which B'nai B'rith allows, will conclude in the Holy Land surroundings where it began This year's convention will mark the one-hundredth annlversar) of B'nai B'rith's first association with Palestine This was in L865, when the then fledgling group appropriated $4,500, a sizeable part ni its small treasury, to aid Jewish settlers victimized b) the cholera epidemic The 1959 convention elected I.a During the convention, the auditorium of the new building will be dedicated to the memory of Eddie Jacobson, of Kansas Citv, a B'nai B'rith leader who was the close friend __and onetime business ^>arfHer"*of resident Truman. Jacobson. acting for B'nai B'rith, was instrumental in arranging the first White House meeting between President Truman and the late Dr. Chaim Weiimann shortly before the establishment of Israel statehood. Delegates will also particip te :,. a pre convention dedication oi the B'nai B'rith Librar) now under oi struction at Sde Boker in the Negev The library is to be part ol the Midrasha, an academy lor re search in desert reclamation, founded near the kibbutz home ot former Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. The building is ultimate!) ex pected to contain, among other volume-. Mr. Ben-Gurion's per sinal library. Another ceremony, tbje out, to be held in the Judoan, hills iua: Jerusalem, will mark rttnpletior ol the .VKi.iKK) tree B'nai B'rith Martyrs' Forest. .1 memorial to members ot the organization who died in the Nazi holocaust The pro .ied was inaugurated a decade .,. in cooperation with the Jewish Sa tional Fund. 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1—1 Page 12-C *Jenist tkrkJiar Friday. Fehraan X\%i El Al Official Helped from the Start — i ...... annthnr free Capt Leo Gardner, manager of mol rice at formed, -hut more l M 2 Wadiii gtoa v • Miami grants m Mh upon I* '^rdmr • : si • •• • %  i. -• Z •' Tganizat he • David) %  | c %  r .• "I proposed the formation of an airline utilizing Jewish techr cally qualified personnel to fir the DP's out o* their camps .-c into what was later to bei:m the Jewish State,' Capt. Gardner declared. "The British Mandatory Government restricted immigration, and my proposal was geared toward mobility." %  The El Al official h*s actually been flying since he was fourteen years old. Prior to World War II. he owned various aircraft, and during the war. he served as a flight instructor in the U.S. Air Force. j posal lid h< %  er 1 Is • rV'ell." he i ••out the DP's : G %  ner r< calls that %  : %  been invi n Zionis work, When the War of Liberal -tically en ed bv Dr : %  Neumann broke out. I fferei Us Rabbi tillel Silpo-al-the 1 irmation of An v r it got to Palestini a.-.d i I the Jev • Ufa comm nit; there Incidentally. • ggestion wai taken boflih bj Da\.'i Remei tl ler of Transport and Commiti .:.'.in mind And then came nications, as the basis for the or B/ar : Lib* ral _a\ e up his siness. became ganization i El Al I-rael Air Linein 1349." During the Israel-Arab ar. Gardner did more than fly in mumtioi an'l immigrants past the British. '•We gathered together a corps ••: e 500 nun. including many non-Jews, technically qualified for the rigorous demands •>! the *ork There ano manpower pool of this kind in Israel and the i became the very basis for hat is toda> lar^e commercial op. tion Alter the *ar. Capt Gardner became El Al'lir>t operationmanager. In this capacity, he Dr Chaim We in anr to h r ael CAPT. [JO GADDHtB nation > president Hi n the n %  Gardner has been associated with El Al in many capacities ever since then. He has worked with Arkia, the country's air service flying between Eilat and Tel Aviv; Bec'ek, a huge aircraft conversion and research center at Lydda; the Ministry of Defense, as well as with El Al. For the past f"''" years. Capt or haserved as m of the airline > Miami Beach of fice His work takes him throughout Louisiana, Missippi, Alabama. Soutl irolin Florida and the Caribbean. "I do mure than represent El Al. Capt Gardner explain) sell Israel I -ell Jewish communities wherever I go "r. the need I ir identification ith I-r.. that the existence "l Is it .,another free -nd • I UJ the Biblical ., ., to -t an example in %  tr* ntmed toward the kind t out and I Ibeii ; nvey to '' rael Cap*. Gardner feels that he s been through it, and that he is qualified fer this. "After all, I'm t f.rst generation American. I served my eocntry during World War II, But I was also involved in the very reemergence of Israel. No American Jew should be less than unflinching in his loyalty to his country, but I want tc te'l those who do not quite see it this way that, American or not, as Jews we may very well stand cr fall on the success of Israel." Gerstem Sp At Beth El State Art was guest r services of I Restaurant, 6:30 p.m. and a period followed Democrt tit t ha-et Sur. Feb. 5 annual insti at;on i -M ar l sho > • %  Doyle Con: Floi sioni r "t \-• -jre •he installation .eruled t 5 p Evening will %  • nclu I. HI Waltershow. "1 i • %  • Executive I •• Pn Gluck Is in i %  %  I Regular -.••-_ o: he held rvFeb. 17, at :b* >ea I > • pen to "The Chosen One." novel by Kerry Simonhoif. author, historian and world-traveler, will be serialized in Yiddish in the Day-Jewish Journal beginning ct Passover. Simon } -.v. has been long active in Greater Miami Jewish philanLhrop educational afThis Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors.*^ %  licit:: ilfe o f}lurcommunitf. FIIMS INTERESTED IN IPOMSOkSHIP, PIEASE CALL HI 8-4994 EVERY DAY



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February 12. 1965 +Jewish fhridian Page 13-C New Construction In Bal Harbour cr L ;f Bay Harbor Islands launch their L. [ewish Appeal drive at a brunch on 1 the : .e ot Leonard Rosen. FolL en's lead, who is an outstanding L. [ Combined Jewish Appeal, a numI Bee aifts were received to help E 365 as Residents pledged ovei \ ; launch the Bay Harbor campaign. Left to right (seated) are Robert Krinzman, Rabbi Mayer Abiamowitz. lose Winsen, Sol Goldstein end Jacob Rabinowitz. Left to right (standing are Morns Broad Sol Frankel, Jerrv Leichuk. William Einhom, Leonard Rosen. Al Harris, George Sogg and Isaac Rabkin. DR. KRESBERG AND HIS ART. Construction has started on a S15.OOO.(HMI new "downtown" for Bal Harbour, limit around what is believed t b t tin* finest group of high quality shops ever planned tor one loca tion Its llri'l stage HI 39 shops, with ample free parkin g, will open in November ill this veal T 0 be known as Bal Harbour WHITMAN Shops, the development is the culmination of yearof planning by Stanley F Whitman, life-long resident ol this area, president ol Bal Hai hour shops. Inc., to gain fullest possible usefulness from a prize 15 and 1-3-acre site long held virtual!) vacant by his family. Worth millions jj u ever were to be placed on the market, the site extends a quarter mile along Collins Ave at the 96th si approach to the Broad Causeway, directl) across from the Americana Hotel. Within walking distance are nine larcc hotelcomprising the famed Bal Harbour hotel row, as wen A hundreds of costly apartments and lavish homes. Bal Harbour Shops will have 350,000 square feel ol hlghest-qualitj -Imps, with a 13-storj pro sional building in addition. Parking, will be on two landscaped level-, cutting in half the distant I customers would have to walk if only one level parking were to bo provided. o-tr> HI reported that when double level parking has been pr > %  video, notably at the Ala Moar.a development in Hawaii, sales par square feel run at least 50 to 75 percent higher than with com tional sinele level const ruction. 'ewish Interest in Our State thus became an ancestral kinsman munity, one that was probably Of Sir Herbert L. Samuel. Engeven larger than contemporary Honda, reland's fir-t High Commissioner tor New York City's Jewish comB, Sptcia Report I rest ,. sho inothing Palestine \. .is I • %  s.M's, a South j, sh b %  wssman ownMichai „ver '-.ooo acres north ol Una's I.. i le direction of Day1820s. Bead The argest parcel, ments in Florida. Like his grand lr p,,... |aj \ rth Miami and father and father before him. rj ,.,.e, consisted of more too, was ,.. venerable Mocged to Michael "on. Wn< Charleston. S.C.. and was one of South C'arooutstanding Jews in the when he made his investt his gr; he. active in Charleston's traditionalist congregathese lai Izarus, i |wthus Hi ownerpear ong the orig11 vast acreage in East :lj after her cession States bj the SpanThese lieof the Florida ,i (I holdings ot Lazarus I were made by Irh Rhciii -. director ol the Le Kecon Department of the :, Je ish Archives l Han Law School Michael was a iiiies. and in 184-* joined Ins fel%  a research histor|ow-Jcws in protesting to Gov. %  rii his wife, who James Hammond of South Carolina %  -ion., and genealo when the governor issued a Thanksli-' ,iiI the 'i i.IIHI docu. giving Proclamation asking pent* :' • i II munlty. Not in his wildest imagination, however, could Lazarus ever dream that only a few miles below his Florida holdings, a city—Miamiwould one da\ grow up to shelter a large Jewish community, a community at least eighty-live times larger than his own Charleston community. If he doubted Florida's potential, why then did he buy ever 150.000 acres along the coast Some of that land was expensive even then, for it cost him one dollai an acre. The American Jewish Archives at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati is under the direction of Dr. Jacob R, Marcus, the Adolph S. Ochs American. Professor of American Jewish Hisfighter for civil libtory. i". Societv of Israelites was founded at Charleston in 1825, he became that liberal group's vice president and played an important part in this first American Reform Jewish religious organization until it passed out of existence in the early I830's Civil Libertarian third generation genealothe the. examined in citizens ol the state "to offer up beer set ired lor detheir devotions to God 'heir ere\mer n Jewish Arator, and his Son Jesus I hrist. the Redeemer ol the World." Two decades earlier. Michael Lazarus, who was born in I87i>. had bee!', active in the Palmetto Society, and served also on the boards ol important civic organizations in the cit> Ob\i.nisl> he enjoyi d wid il and financial recognition He had, it would seem, acquired his wealth originall) as a merchant, but he was quick to diversify his interest-. He was, foi example, among the first to operate steamboats between Charleston and the Georgia cities ol Savannah and Vugusta Dream Fulfilled In manj respects—hibrilliant business career, hiand religious interests, his devotion to eral i1\ ic act ities — Michael Lazarus typified Cl rlest m lewry :,t i's best and highesl One ol America's richest and most cultured cities during the I82i Charleston sheltered a large Jewish cornOutstanding Jew zarus v. ho sold hall these Florida thn years after %  %  r the United the -' indson of a arlest n first sj naished bout the year tl • el's fat • % %  Sgi Maj w., a Revolution%  an el's brotharrie nti the Yates 'I fan ily of England and GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why b. swollo~d by th clock' Living daily in o $'o# o* inock' Ton you coot mio '"• "oi R*lo> yourjoll omid th tract. B19 qamt fisning oil day long. Rovol ol n.ght with mt ond ongl A PARADISE' Vou con bo u'o. SwpO'b dining f of iHo opicur*. Accommodations' Th voiy b#*l m nol'vo chorm for yow lo rest. Who,* 11 ihlf ploco ~h,oot • boos'' JwSI 20 minolot t'Om th# U. S. COOkL An Island called Bahomolond Aiu'o woio'i, c ItO' tky and sand. Livo liko o King ... ond bo '••, Como back 10 'hi B.m B19 Carne C Ivb ^ANCHORS y~ AWEIGH UATCI BIMINI S'uGAME ||V I BL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS jal Moesinsohn — Noted Israeli picywrigbi sailed for home recently aboard the S S Uroel of the Zim Lines, a visit heie With him his son, Jonathan Michael, b years old. I* OVER-LOOKING OCEAN ANDBEACff^ /.TlUINOIS AVENUE. ATUjmyrirurL ^f??,^^^^^ reasons --SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned Room,Guest Eurt.inrn.nt ProgramLovely Lobbies Cafe_Mad. on-R"taurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from SUN PECK and SOLARIUM on 14thF.oor. 60% of OUTJOOW tav. Ocean View-Many have TV. Few have "*-2 don't need it. Location i. the Heart of Atlant.c C.ty. Resort, llaement and Zoning Area. 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Page 14-C .ImUtncricttain Friday. Februa nr 12. 1965 E %  ii \ 9 pe M I'll Beachites Chair Camp Drive Here ..,,,..,„ vi Donath and Irving Schulman have been named cochairmen for the Miami Beach irea Ml ihe Pythian Youth Camp ,,. (und drive, it was Bti edbj Milton l Green prtn : Pythian Youth Caiflp, inc Iman, a Miami Beach attor a member ol the Citj ol Surlside for six year DONATH SCHUll-AN i in "i %  -'" %  and mayor for two Donath. an ac Variety NarT.PS executive with Merrill, W Pierce. Fenner and Smith. Mpc* OOaT0!*hr Nursery-Kindergarten children of Temple Emanu-El. oi both the 17th and 77th St. buildings, hold their combined Shabbat paitv on and Mrs. Hank Meyer; Steven, son oi Mr. and Mrs.. Martin Smith; Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.; Kenneth, son oi Mr. and (hi patio of the Temple. Traditional blessings Mrs. Ronald Fine, Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~re reci'ed, and Sabbath songs fill the air. Ira Hader; and Keith, son of Dr. and Mis. Left to right! are Daryl Jodi, daughter of Mr. Howard Grumer. Bonn Envoy Hears Jewish Outrage tations for the prosecution of major Nazi war criminals be yond next May 9 were sent to Born authorities this week by the Council of Jews from Germany. The identical petitions were transmitted to the leaders of the government in Bonn as well as to both houses of the German Parliament. Failure to prosecute Nazis after next May. the Council stated in its petitions, "would be felt aa serious injustice. We find it Intolerable to think thai the deefsion to terminate such prosecutions is the result nt thorough deliberation "The decision," .stated the Council, "would set limits to prosecuKnappstein th;it ttaej were distion ol such criminals and would tressed at the failure ol the Gerequate the outrageous murders ol vernmenl to see this issue -, system based on the denial of moral one The Ambassador ; || cultural and moral values with al-n asked to convey to his crimes committed from individual nt tl disn .; n| .lev ish reed, passion or revei '' % %  font" rtici The Council told the German aulion of G lists in the %  ;,,•.... thai the statute must be extended beyond n< xl Ma> or abolI Arab ,,1,,'d as in Franci It in • German; must rec enize the fact that the Nazi deeds are not comparable to normal i: line" The question ol possible exten: the (ierm.li; statute of limitations for prosecution ol major NEW YORK—(JTA)—Leaders of 2o Jewish organizations associated m the Conference ol Presidents ol .Major American .Jewish Organization met this week with German Ambassador Karl lli'inrich Knappstein at the office of the Conference, and expressed to him their "profound sense of moral outrage" over the German (i"v, rnment's decision last November not to extend the Statute ot limit, tions beyond this coming May 8. Following this date, Nazi criminal.' against whom no judicial act be %  taken will be immune to Mention and punishment. Members oi the Conference oi p r e s i d ent s told Ambassador into effect on May 8, thus foreclosing any further prosecutions against Nazi war crimin4s beyond that date. However, the Social Democrats have opposed that proposal, and worldwide protests by Jewish and non-Jewish organizations and leaders have insisted that there must r.ot be a halt to trials of war criminals. ,. ; iivi in civic affairs ol Miami i nd \ rth Miami Beat h 'We .ire tremendously enthusiastic about this project." they declared in a joint statement. "It is a wonderful community serv : ce program that fills a real need. There are no existing camps in Florida where children of families with limited means can enjoy a character-building camping experience with all expense paid." In their capacitj as an .. chairmen. Donath and Schulman will coordinate both phases •>! the Youth Camp fund-raising efforl sale ol tickets to the Pythian Youth Camp Jamboree ol Stars benefit show to be presented Mar 8 and !l at Miami Beach 1 omen tion Hall and solicitation ol major Sifts r First 'Godfather 1 Vat ietj Cl ildren"s Id named its first G Hi' il heod ire Ti stein, : Sut Is le f Vi M lub ,00 to Ihi drive "Through his • n has opened HI :, isins mot e> foi out -aid P William Bui ki • I president, announcit .. 11 n "In 1928, eleven meml i.r-t V'ariet) Club adoi serted child and becanv fathers, and later 5ta whole network Of Va dren's Hospital's research and clinicall over the world "he explained. The campaign for more • IMNI.IXIO ibeing organized bj meat Schulman is executive vice presi hers nt Variety Club and l! i A dent ol the Footlighters and a en's Committee member of the Dade Count) Community Affairs and Urban Renewal Board. He habeen a director ol Ihe Surfside Chamber ol Commerce and Temple Menorall He is .i senior partner in the lav firm ol Schulman and Smith. 1688 Meridian Avc Miami Beach Donath iimmediate past presi ance Co of Miami mate oi Poland, urj-ed that trials dent ot the Skylake Civic IssociaThe rooking elove is against Nazis be permitted in West rion, chairman ol the Citizens \d aid in the kitchen it is the i Germany alter Maj 8, saying visor; Committee oi North Miami cloth varielj %  The time to forgive and forget Beach, and of the Charter Review To receive yout is not yet ripe The devil that Board of North Miami Beach Propto Gloves, care of The Jewi flourished must be torn out by em Owners Association, among irtian P.O Box 2973. Mar (A dispatch this week from War saw reported that Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski. Roman Catholic PriCooking Glove Still Available sull avaMable t>readers i Jewish Floridlan is a i glove courtesy ol Ihe St I thf roots by ertj Owners mam others %  -.'101 Repul l he prospect th: mur erers guilty ol one ol the most heim i nst humai it> ill escape iu I w ill be nee to walk the stn Germany ;iiter May H iabhorrent to seared conscience of mankind," war criminals beyond the present Lewill Weinstein, chairman ol cut-oil date of Maj 8. 1965, will be the Conference oi Presidents, debated Mar. 10 in the Bundest stated lower house ot Parliament, it was BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 10 A.M. -11 A.M., Monday Friday LIVE FROM DUBROW S WITH RUEBEN GURERMAN Meanwhile, in London, petitions calling for the extension of West Germany's statute of limisit tend services this week at tfourown place of Or J worship announced in lionn this week The Cabinet decided several months ago to let the status go Flagler-Granada Model Sabbath A model Sabbath service took pla< e at Fla gl i Gi anada Ji Cente n Sundav b> Ihe children i the Hebi %  %  Scl Rosen was narrator and • %  Bush


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j a y. February 12. 1965 +Jenisli fhridiar Page 15-C LEGAL NOTICB T H F NT C M JUDICIAL c Rcun"OF ^LSR'OA'IN'ANO FOR DADE FL C OLNTV. IN CHANCERY CO No 65C 673 A HIT XKKK. ... ill" Xii Kit, %  •OR D VORCE II VVI itsik< I -.' %  II • ., Illll %  • %  -.• %  n. i hit *'%  i i Had r '"• % %  • '•' \ .*. ur I'lcad ; ilnl ..II Hi. tit BIJ\VI.\| i Mianln llullnlnc, i ,,l, xx.inic, N'oith Miami II %  'i %  Binnl I-;,.,,i.n K in the office of ,1 Hi. .'n i mi i'...it I .11.1 .1. v ..I K' I'l UU1 > I3 ,:,. .... ii.iuiii.in n "" for, in.. II. I. .I in il" Hill "f • .. -ii.,n I.. puhliHhed "ii< I utlvi xxeeka • wish H.KKIIHA.N •. M il!l iKRKP HI Miami • || ila> "i \ i III:I:\I \\. I'II Pk. Ii.uli I'minn Kim I' |' COI'KI.AXl) • Clerk X\ IN I.IITON \ mmo .1.1 II I.I' v '. I :• NOTICE UNDER CTIT OL'S NAME LAW 11 Kill !HY IIVKN I ha I .ii.. in .mime <>f -xx iNiiKUs i:xu. .it i ni I v I %  ... • : ... |i LEGAL NOTICE l\ THE CIRCL T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAl CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY NCHANCERY No 66iC 949 i KISI.AK Mi iiRATluX • >r Pl.< iltll • x. I'Ml I Hi IS IXI II ^ .|| \ HAY II.: I" KI.I.M'TT NOTICE OF SUIT I III i : rrl.-.l i I i %  : ilium i i %  n II %  • .1 |i| ill II •• ii: \ i. I'A I SK< n\ iN : : a, I!' i Kh'llll.t. y,, ,.,, .. %  rili ea;niiiitdlmt I • I"-' "I ; \OTICE UNDER • OUS NAME LAW 11 r i i i v K > %  M :i. IT %  \ \< • %  In Klerk .. %  • I %  nil ;n\V s" AX iXX. iK KW'AN n I... i IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE I'TH JUD'CIAI. C'RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 65C -"0 .KliVITS i IMIII.W, %  i||\ %  ilARV -I %  I.... NOT'CE OF SLIT s i: : I il IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65616C IN ||K: Katat. I M '(III SI'I'XD i NOTICE TO CREDITORS All 'redltoi .i .1 VII I'ciuni 11. %  in. i inns ur liemnmln .Xu.. nxl Said I %  Yi .II .. Iiel, li) ii..: Ifled .mil rein) %  inMid demand* which \..i ma> in.. .i--. %  111-1 i he • xlali "i i V' '< HI SITXI I, ii • %  • .1-. .1 Int.uf I >...i. i '..HI. %  .. I Ii.l Ida, I" Hi,i ...MI % I i,In. ..I I ..i.l. i %  inil fill the mi in duplicate and : %  .* rui ill. ,1 In Si < I Inn 7 :::. I •;. Kloi Ida Statutes, in ill, noffice In the '"tinl) i'iiiirthiiUHi* in Ifculc I'nuntv, Klori.l.. \.iliin -i\ calendar month* n • he i Hi. fli HI publication hi i %  • %  .f. ir id.Kami \. il '" %  i.:ni— i. Hut. .1 .ii .\li..in I-1... i.l.i, :in2nd da) iif .Linn. II i. .\.l i. i:n;".. Ml H.I.IK SIM'NIi r>AVirA M'l'NIl I.KXHOPP ZKI.l-x SI'l'Xl) I'llAXXIXll AM KxeCUt t i\ I : HI publication < %  thla notice, on 'hi 22nd da) if .Inmini n.win iv KATSMAX, KSQCIKE \'tome) fur i-\<. II i i.\ i"l i: Klaalci Si Miami, Klorldn i %  : % %  ::'. i %  -] %  : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65315 B IX UK Batata of XBK KHRKXRKH'H aim known %  AUKAIIAM KHRKXRKH'H. I %  ...-. nm .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All ITealltaii .iii.l All IV i -..IIHuvHI. is % %  %  11. in IA-., lii Sn -i K-t.n, ; Voll HII I l> II"! ilii'il .1111 .... .. n\ .l.i im i lid ill || lull ma) ll.< • ,I-:I,II-. I ilu -i.iii. \ %  i: a' !" I kiiiiii II .. Vlii'iihani Khi. I.I i li .!•-. -. ,1 Im, %  I iiidi I'iiiml i I mini ..I I Mill i "I.IIII,n and %  I'l ii I.I.I • • %  '. ii • Ii. -. i Kl"i"ir..in •i %  • I. I uf. ui ihi ami iarn lijin-il at Ml i •' %  \ i i Kits ;:\I:I:I. II r \ 111 %  • 11AI! I A X K S< N r'.s. I'.T A. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal noticM. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-46*5 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65834 A IX III:: Katati ul VVII.1,1AM Ki'KMAN |l,.,-, u, ,| NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: T. i Ml. I'KKSOXS l.fTKRKSTIIX Tin: KSTATK I IP SAIII I IK< 'Kl KNT. VUII • • liy notified thai n riuni'iii M ir|Mrl Inn Ii i In I IHKI Iti Ktamrnl of Raid deiv %  il.ni Ii;.!•• • :i admitted i" |H nl>n ri Y..ii ure hi reliy I'on id .' n iiiiin -is calendar from ih, dim of the flral iiulillcatli uf ilils mil i' In .• i %  l•• ..i i -•> 'I ''" ..ii.I -ii.. .-.ni-'. ii any you ean, w III. Hi I -..i'l ''"ill ...Inil' MI, Khoiild iiui ;,. .1 \\ I' III. VXTIIX ,i' .1 ~. i r. MKI.IIA i" IH' lion ..;' thir 1101 • Ki In inr.i ... :' ; I;. i • %  L \l I : %  %  %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65641 B uith Hie t'li Itn iif'in wild I" 1 : %  '' ; \ |t| i:. i,, lil! S I' Moli'i'l.Mi HIK IllVIXd SM'I'.IXddi %  II IIAHI >T Ml HITI Ml HIK Mil STKIXHAIII T. n M:i i | ., .. Phi I S NOTICE TO CREDITORS • %  II in TE BY PUBLICATION • e r PCUIT COURT OF THE .! VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF %  "LOPIDA IN AND FOR CIADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No *5C 495 :i %  %  \. %  >\. W \l\.nN. %  i SUIT FOR DIVORCE K/.KI, \\ MA.'i IX • I nknown. Hi i/.r-.l. \l MAI %  IX .-. hei • lij .. Illll ..r Coniiiluinl f"i' filed BdnliiMl you, Mil i.. nerve a ropy %  > I'll adini lo ilu' Ii. I! llllllff'h \ IXt'KXT PA1 I.. Il: I ... KM II.Hi. I:I i. t .; x II-U %  r ..i I'lead !••• uf | he I 'l.i I, III ii lii fun il" SSnd If you l.i > 1 to %  ill n I'l III relief lieIllll ul % %  •in, ...iii.i %  shall In .iii.'ni.. I .II.. %  %  • 111 I \ w %  k > I KMlltllH XN 'i:i'i:i:!:n H xi am 'h dux i I Kit MAX I'll v VMAX I' I'II k I • \ I • I 11: i'.i • 'ledll .......... ...... i ,,,, |„ |,| ],, iMaiiitlfi • : inibi ... ,, M \KTIX KIXK, I' %  •• %  II^ Hi, l.iwlnn il. %  opiTlj |'.. r.,1. ml II lldl K, \li. IIIII. Kl and IH mi In I*u .,.. %  lali'i '.i XI.II.II %  I IVIUII i %  da, lo II ..I .1 ) l.,T. %  • I "• %  "1. %  >-• %  lH '" 'I •. pd ..-.i n-i > on. I • XTKI .l.i' '.I %  %  K II i. : x riiii:xi \\ i'l..rk ul -.1 • '' i I'ouri I Heal) !'•> : • I'. % %  • i'KI.AN'i I •. i.• 11> i'l. rk i MAIt IIN KINK I •.!. Federal Huil'liiu: i kiridai 'i %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES lOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65816-C IX RK Karen of n vii.rnow N i i,.,',iii.ii NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tii Ml 1'iiilii"! ind Xil i'.i-,.i-II ihm .-1.1111:ni |ii uinlp XKIIIII K-: ,'• x ..II ,i:, hereli not Ifli •' nu i • %  ,,-i" .1 to in -. n II .I.I.Iiv In. Ii v.%  li ii.l %  i I'KtlWN ileen %  lllti "1 I Mill I I %  I |,|| %  I'll. III .i .. i II I.anil II M.I..I In Sn %  Kin i MatH-. in ii.. %  rrin in i' i i' l-.llel -im. of the I %  %  I...i lllo k I, IIOXXIK SI'K SI'ltl -IX ISM IN. ai I'ordimi i" lhe i... i I'lnl ; I'.,-.. ',: "i the I'ublie Itmimln uf I •. it. •'t.iin.v. Klorldn, t..u,-ili, i .v llh ull 111. Ill' li fill II i-lii"'-..ini .ill i-hatti 'tof \. i \ kind and ..nu luatiU I hi % %  in and uni ."l%  ln|..iiHi, ifin and f I'l.i%  in. m III. r. uf Said tnoiMKUire wan filed amotiic tit* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 65834 A -. % %  \l Ki'KMAN I % %  %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS r | ml All I'el ---III x I-I nuilfii-il ami %  % %  ha X'I auai li, ... XVII ,1.1 x.xi Ki 'K XI x • I .1 Hide I .1 IIIRI uf 1 '.i lly. mill ii • lln -.mi.in 'I -i • stl m IS %  .-.••• i • i i' i. the I' ''"in thoiiHe in I '"I.' %  Iv, Hi la. lx .il' ii'l.u monl uf | In I:: -t |iubl v %  lion li. n of. t the naino ill he IMI red. Hull i| ,,i Miami, Klorlda, thin t .l.iv of Ki nrnai y. A I' 1 .'i..\i:i. i: HKfKKIl xKXI-I ill > \ ii I-..in--under the fleillloua nanu iv.t..I i.i Miami. Klorlda, Ihla l*th IMXIK rARI'KT SKRVICE at l il.iv uf .lanuai < A.I '• I96">. I! XHKI.I: STKIMI xi:n r k a ll'.l.l N STIIN'll AIMiT xKxiHiitrlN i-i.-i.ui.I. .ni..n ..f tinni ,i da) ..i .li.nuai xix Kits', IIKIM XN ,x K xri.xN X I t..i ii. \ ri\ I"., da x. i s XX' ^ ni I Mace, Miami, Ploi Ida li i.n.it.. i.i-t.i-aiii name i'li tl-. Cierk i ii.'iit i'ouri of I'.i • t" it-. Klorldn IIKRHKItT K fiHOUMAN Sole < ixx ner 2.3-12 IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1265 ||i:i N XI \Ri! XKI'T MKYKRS, %  I %  X CE BY PUBLICATION RCUIT COURT OF THE NTH UDIC Ai. CIRCUIT OF i rLOR D4 IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY IN CHANCERY No 6',C 598 %  km ii it i M %  I I• \l I'I'l SUIT FOR DIVORCE III i \|. -|'| %  %  H i So ::-,; lUl l.i. i'..I.mil,ia KKRtllu Mi-ri i,,... |„ |,j 1 ihai :, inn ,,i i•„,,„,luini tor • ban been filed .ni.iin-i you. '"' %  •<< are T .. t ii, T il t.. -,.| v %  H W1U) •i X' -u.i ,,, |-|,.ailini! I-, tin' "' omplaln the I'laiuilffs ItlCHAHII A. NIM.SdN. '. %  "'•" • '"• I. HI. -..In Road, Miami "• i'i"i '"•' and rile the original or IM.-adina in the offk •• "f rk of the Cii-.-nit i'ouri on "i rd daj ol r. Iirnary, itHKi. 'i.i MI, ni.lmiuni i,\ de' j *"l • '.Ik aalnai \..it rir the r indi ii in in,. I'.in ol r.mi%  ll be |. ibllahed once : '" i II-i ttlve iv. k'" "K n:xx ISII Ki.tntini XN %  •• %  \r. AMI .ii:iu:i:i:ii nt Miami, '"' %  ..ihlH 19th da) ..i January, 1.11.1,1 XN l'R< 'XX X Xr %  • %  IIYIIii.N I. SI'ARlll I! x • %  %  Hi I I r .x i. K. II l-KATHKKMAN, il.ik. ,H idi I'ounty, Klorlda %  ''11 ) II :. SNKKDEN I leputy Clerk 1 t2-St, I .".-1NIT'CF UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW \. :i i: IS in UKIIX. DIVKX I Ihi %  ill i Hhini .1. %  to i'Ii under ihi I I •'"''• ,! Sllll'.xxi 111 I'llMI'A NY ..; i' "I. I-., my, i'i "'• "'' nald ti imi with ih. i 'It rk or ihi i <-nl i '"Ut i .-f I 'a.i' 'nuntx i...i i-.-'i SYLVAN A 1.1 Ik IN 1 22-3*. '-' '--1IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 791 ui.KN i: i"si:i'ii, l:., niiif. \ s. I .. iRi .'II Y I. I' IHEI'H, 11. fetidanl NOT CE BY PlIBLICATlON You, I iR< 'TII V I h ISKI'II ,II-IKiulilieHH im down, are reiiul'ed t.. file vuii an < %  In Ihi .'• mplalnl for l'i> orc-e i' itli Ihi I %  HIMIVI t'oiirt and %  I then .-f ni".ti ll' i i %  '••• t:>,|ii-ll 'onl ••H Id n Mi.uni. Klorlda, i n rn I1-1..1 • March IIUI,.|-. nt will hi i Dated, thl* 22nd, .1 Jan u.i's. '" %  '"• K. i: t.K.x rili:i:\i XN Clerk of Hi. 'iiull i '"nt ,-..,n Bj '' IXI.;:N XM.I II I ii put} <'li-rk i i: xi \ N ll %  X N I %  \O T ICE BY PUBLIC A 1 IN THE C RCL T COURT OF THE L Ll X ENTH UDTiAL CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE COL'iTY N CHANCERY No. 65C 1T8' I .i .!:> i s XI.Ill HITS ri xx XI IH I! xi IIKIt'PS SUIT FOR DIVORCE ri i M i: ... .i .i i; xii" i'ii. i... w n \\ nixx • 'i-%  You, Kdwurd II Xlbi u i henh) untiried ih.it .i Illll ol I'u fur liiv.i.. li iI Ilbil ii: I'" I nd -.ii ..I*, i nu red i" nerx .i ,.,,\ ,.t ..HI: XN-\I,I "i I'leaillnK I" in, uni i>i Uomplainl mi Ilu Plaintiff .itt..i n, y, i Seorm X I'Hrli 11, Kiwi-, -''.':: Aragon \ venue, l"o ilal.l.-. Klorldn and file Ihi nriKinal Anaxvi i oi i'l. ."iiui; ni the offk-i ; I,, -j, 11, ... till' i Mrctill ni "ii "i i„ (,,., tin litk da) "i xi.i ii. win fall In .1" HO, i i.li-. ul hj default „ ill hi laken nun IIBI xmi for Ihe n ll. f .I. mandi .1 In il" Hill "' '•""pi.uni %  phl„ i-h. -I ..in. ,..,, |, VV ', folll 1-OllHI f.. V • • ki, nu; II:X\ I-II i i.i.uii'i XN I., .\ i: \N I i till iKRKI • .il Miami %  ..".tii day ol .1 i x n. I"%  i; |t I.KATHKRM XN I ,.. • %  %  I '. .1. Ho i.l i IM -all l> • M I'VJI X.N I lepUl) i'li k liKnltfil x Illll K.N, i Am Xxi '.u. Coral tJabl. Kl NOTICE l.OER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  is HKKKHY fSIVKN litm il. il-Hllll • ,, i %  ; xi \ ri irxx \ii:xi:i:s. Vnf.Ni x \ I %  I-'AKHIIIXS 'i !' i i II, %  %  I ill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION il.lX Kl! XI XTIIKXX XI' X lown. an n ii, to Ih,, Con i IIKK I'AT IN.' e with Ihe Clerk o %  %  Hi. 11 l.i rKI'I'KR, %  -i h, I:"'-', or i iki ii IIH nfes f %  i. K d. v I'HKRM X N Clerk. Iiaili 'ounl >. K |< \l I.X.XIXN 2 :. -12-1 i NOTICE BY PU BL!CTION IE c ncuii COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA i\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 6bC 496 III IRK. %  \ |>i i.s XXXK XI. ll iln ill SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i IK 'S XN Ni: xii ill •:, i:.,-: "Inr i IVirl ll"m me, "nllfori ia III ISA NX K M'MIRK, :ir. HIM ,.r i-..mi.I. .mi for I %  v..i • i .ibei II l. 'I '%  "-' urn. ,ni,I you • %  nulred In rm n uni x na %  or I'leadina i" ti,, mil ,.i iViiiiplalnt "ii the I'lalntiff. .iti.iii. v S VINl'KNT I'M!,. i|Uli'ed li II! in 'i Ma'111 Street '",.. laa-kn '•' '" ''' ,v '' ''-•'' nf the Kb Ik IJI.K -.;.s.N .1... ..--.I 1. •"'••; ,„• ,,„ .,. ,.,, „r before the Cnunly. Klorlda lo the OountJ Judg. j;„d da) ol Kebruary, •• II yu •;• I'a'le County, and fll. the ri.l-...t I" default "ill dupll.-ati gnd a pmvided it. s,.ti. i ml. d in th. Rill r .'..mplalnt fl I* loliii) ''J "" %  '-" Thin notice .hall In publlHlied once Hade i\ H*i*la •in six c. • each week lor four i-onse. ill k i emla I*H lro Ih? lime ... IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN IND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59502A INK:" 11 illN S ll I N ,a k -i .I.K nl.SKN I ., .—.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I',, X'l i 'I • dltol-M .uni All I'ertMMlH 11' 11.-..miniAgalnxt S.i Kslal. Vmi .. • hi n by notified and r ini-H.nl .'tii etaiins and -i nu: .II:\\ isii i'i..'i:ii" XN • ef. '"' "" %  •" I MINK AXI) iiRHKRKU ..t Mian i '" ined l-'lorlda, ilii' 'li day of .Ian lai > .l.ii n %  v X I' IMS. ai Miami, n." Ida, thla 201 i X.I' 1 :•'•" %  I ; i-12-19 All x for I Main tiff 2 5-12 %  i: i: I.K.X rHKRM XN. I'l. k i i nt court. I "adi •' % %  inlv, Klot Ida 11} l< M l.\ XI AN | i,.,. s \ IXCKNT I'.M'I* .n: 1021 Sallh St., Ipa Ijficka, Kla. AI toi in v i"i I'lalntlff 1/22-29, 2/5-12 KII.KK.N • .I.SI:N' i .II nt tins notloi • %  HARRY V. K KRXICK ill i\ I,In, it Kd Miami Bi ach 1, .".•. 2,o-:2-13



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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:
February 12, 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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,'olume Number 7
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 12, 1965
Three Sections Pi ice 20
House Revokes Ban on Aid to Nasser
EAST GERMAN REPORT
Prosecution Lnit
Chief is Charged
With Being Nazi
BONN (JTA Cov eminent
authorities' heir -tic mvcstmat-
ing charges made i>> the Ka-t
lierman Cornmu;.i-t news agency
claiming that l)r Krwin Schuele.
head of the Central Office lor the
Prosecution of N.i/i War Criminals,
Ludwigshaven. h.nl been a mem-
ber of the Na/: l'..rt\ under Hit-
ler's regime, -civ< ,1 a- a mdye
in a Naii COi::' .uu\ belonged t<>
the SS.
Dr. Schuele i- .n Poland mm.
probing into dncumcntai'y ma
terials on Na/i activities made
available to WV-I (.crmanv hy the
Polish Government The Ministry
of Justice of the State (d Baden
Wurtemberg said that it is await
ing his return from Poland be
fore it goes into the Communist
charges. Dr. Schuele was quoted
here as saying that the charges
constituted 'a pack of lies" and
that he had been merely a candi-
date fr Na/i Party membership.
The Baden Wurtemberg Min-
istry sU that membership in
the Nad Party had been com-
pwlsery for all students under
the Hitler regime, and that Dr.
Schuele's party membership had
been only "nominal."
state Departmenl and German
Embass; sources in Washington
km no comment nn East Herman
charges thai Dr Schuele is a for-
mer Nazi. The Embassy here in-
dicated thai the Bonn Government
doubtlessly would have a reaction
to the charge against Dr Schuele
shortly
The state Department was ask-
ed for comment on the refusal of
an official in its Berlin Documen-
tation Center to respond to a re-
quest for verification of the alle-
gation about Dr. Schuele. Names
ol all former Nazis are contained
in records in the Center.
A department spokesman said
that such verification is a matter
for the West German Government
and that it would be inappropri-
ate lor Washington to comment on
the matter. He added that the Ber-
lin Documentation Center is open
only to appropriate West German
authorities and officials of the
I'.S. Government.
Verdict on Eichmann
Aides Seen too Lenient
Favors Johnson Plea;
Votes 241 to 165 For
Mid-East Tree Hand*
BEHIND THESCENES STRUGGLE
PAGE 8-A
SHh'AON PERES
deterring factor
BONN ill A i A storm of
protest throughout West Germany
marked the Frankfurt court ver-
dict! handed down this week
against two farmer SS aides to
Adolf Eichmann, one ol whom was
acquitted. The two. former SS
Lt. CoL Herman Krumey and for-
mer SS Capt Otto Hunsche. were
charged with helping Eichmann
to send hundrnK <>i thousands ol
Hungarian Jews t> Nazi death
camps.
Astonishm w a s .%,,..-.-. over the fact that Hunsche was
acquittted ol iliar-e. I complicity
in the murder h more than 300,
000 Jews seni to Auschwitz dur-
ing the war. Hunsche also was ac
quitted of extorting huge sums
from the doomed and desperate
Jews. Krumey was sentenced to
five years at hard labor Since lie
has served almost five years of
pre-trial detention, he will only
have to serve a lew months ol his
sentence
Gerhard Jahn, a Socialist
Member of Parliament, called
the verdicts astounding and
said they bore no relation to the
crime. He added that the ver-
dicts shamed the German peo-
ple and that they raised a sen-
Continued on Page 7-A
Egypt Gets
Stronger,
Says Peres
TEL AVIV (JTA) Deputy
Defense Minister Shimon Peres
said Sunday that the strength ol
the Egyptian army was growing
steadily, and that it was being
trained not only in convention:..
weapons but also in the use of
noncoventional arms He told a
meeting here that, for these rea-
sons, more efforts to strengthen
Israel's defense forces were need
ed.
In another address over Kol Is-
rael, the Israeli radio network.
Mr. Peres expressed the hope that.
though Egypt is now developing
new weapons, Israel would main
tain its militarv forces as "a de-
terring factor "
"If Israel will have to revert
to arms," he said, "it will not
disappoint its heroic past." He
repeated the warning issued by
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol to
the effect -that aft* Arab attack
against or--trVterfr*nce with Is-
rael's Nafienal Water Carrier
"would be regarded as an attack
against Israel's sove- ;.1ity."
Speaking ol Egypt's efforts to
develop a multi stage rocket. Mr.
Peres said he could not under
stand Cairo's need [or such a
weapon "espcciallj since Egypt is
now m sen.ins economic difficulty.
WASHINGTON tJTA) Re
ponding to intense Administra
lion pressure, the House ol Rep
i -it.itnes on Mondaj retreated
from its position of prohibiting
rther United states agricultural
lid shipments to Egypt.
The House voted 241-165 against
instructing its conferees to hold
ul for the stronger House posi-
tion, when the House members
: el With Senate conterco to re-
,o!ve the diflerences between the
v o branches ol Congress on this
issue. The Senate last week soft-
ened the original House enacted
ban by permitting the President
to continue food shipments to
Egypt it he determined such ac-
tion was "in the national interest
Rep. Emanuel Celler, New
York Democrat, who voted for
the ban in the House, pleaded
with his colleagues not to yield
to pressure groups who "have
been after members from the
New York area." He said "this
is not the time for divided coun-
sel."
The House was voting on a pro-
posal by Rep. Robert Michel.
Illinois Republican, who author
ed the aid ban. to instruct its con-
ferees to uphold the measure He
argued that U.S. aid to Egypl
constituted "an indirect subsidj
Continued on Page ISA
CONTRASTING VIEWS
School Aid
Controversy
Splits Bodies
WASHINGTON (JTA Ji
ish organizations split
eek in taking stands on Prisident
,1 hnson's proposed federal aid
education, joining with other n
janizations in raising the chut
state issue he had tried !> avoii
Two Orthodox Jewish groups
Agudath Israel ol America and thi
National Society ol Hebrew Daj
Schools, supported the Adminis-
tration multi-million dollar school
aid bill This was expected since
both groups have consistently ar-
gued that the constitutional issue
should not bar help to hard
pressed religiously-sponsored
schools. The current bill seeks to
skirt the issue by providing aid
to children in low income families,
rather than to schools, ami hy pro-
viding S100.UIO.000 to help build
shared time" teaching facilities
Continued on Paqe 9-A
Buenos Aires Police Hint
Early Arrest of Terrorists
Continued on P^ge 6-A
ADOPTS $4,584,000 BUDGET FOR 1965
ADL Returns to NCR AC Fold
WASHINCTtiN i.l'l'A The
B'nai B'rith s Ann -Defamation
League adopted a 1965 budget, to-
taling $4,581 oon. as it concluded
its 52nd annual meetma here last
weekend. Topping the ADL's 1964
budget by :in per cent, the funds
will be raised thrmn-h a campaign
to be conducted in the major cities
ot the United Slates.
The mi > unj appro\ pd the
ADL's Kffiliation with the S
tional Communitj Relations \ viston Council. The Hoard of Gov-
ernors Of the parent B'nai B'rith
approved thai re:itfdiation pro-
posal last December. The ADL
I) n the NCRAC in 1952 Under a
formula worked out alter negotia-
- lasting two years, the ADL
will now retain operational aulo
I om) while the N< RAC will re-
main a consultative. .id\ isorj and
. linating bodj for iis se> n
national and local Jewish com
munilv relations bodies
Dole Senary, president ol the
ADL. reported that a series ol
studies on anti-Semitism in the
United Slates, being conducted
for the League by the I nivei sit.\
ol California Survey Research
(enter, will be completed b> 1968
In nother report, delivered by the
ADL's general counsel. Arnold
Continued on Page 2-A
BUENOS AIRES tJTA The
Buenos Aires police, continuing
their probe ol a neo-Nazi terror-
ist cell Hushed out last week near
the Ezeiza airport, hinted this
i eek "i earl) arrests.
Local newspapers reproduced
text Ol .. hall-coiled, halt clear mes
... ;e m 'ring Nazi cells in the
irea to prepare for action Police
,,.i.i the message was found, to-
, ther w ith other material, neai
the airport
Police also found a list of 27
prominent Jews scheduled for
attacks by the neo-Nazis. The
Ur.ited Front Against Anti-
Semitism and the Progressive
Democratic Party issued state
ments protesting Nazi activities
in Argentina.
The DAIA, the central agency
ol Argentina Jewrj. sought to re
Assure Argentina .lews with a
statement saying it was maintain
ing contact with the police in the
While all members ol the
gang fled, police found evidence
I hat one of the Nazi lead, i- is
Continued on Page 8-A
GETS RFPRIMAND
Cabbie
Nixes Nazi
Passenger
Li IN DON .ITA Wolfe B
the l undon taxi drivi r who
'. -t month refused ui accept as
isenger Francoise Jordan,
ol the British Fas< isi leadei Colin
was reprimanded this
v ek b> the taxi licensing au
thurit) ol Scotland Yard, which
sent him ::n official reminder thai
drivers must accept all passengers
tegardless o( their col >i. rice or
i I eed
Busell had been fined by a
London court for "insulting"
Mrs. Jordan when he told her.
Continued on Page 13-A


Page 2-A
+ k*i Friday, Feb
Tuarv
bru
hi the gala inaugural dinner en bs the in.u :
---------------------------- In I he gala 111.!",.'"".......7" i ....-.!> 0, v
^o/w/ Confab Next Weekend ^wastt^'
M^XJB*^* i^t^mwj -+~ ., fcature a known via
ISRAEL BOND SUPPLEMENT
SEC. C
CANADIANS HONOR LEADERS PAGE 7 A
Vice President Hubert II. Mum
I will receive the Human
, lorn Award and be principal
speaker at an inaugural dinner
i uring the international inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds meet
in. at the Fontainebieau Hole.
I the weekend of Feb. l!) to
21.
Vice President Humphrey will
address the dinner on sundaj eve-
i ing, Feb. 21.
Ot the dinner. Sir Isaac Wolf-
son. outstanding British business
leader, will also be guest ol hon-
or.
The inaugural conference is
expected to bring together more
'han 2,000 Jewish leaders from
, the United States, Canada, Lat-
in America and Western Eur-
ope to launch the 1965 Israel
bond campaign.
Goal for th year is S
.;.. | nance thi economic de
unent ul Israel, ':'i
emphasis on the expansion nl m
h -t;. .Hid the absorption ol im-
an in the unuerdt veloped
Is en the countrj
Depi'fv Prim* Minister nl Israel
.Abba Eban will present the eco-
r imic d velopment nee Is ol his
country before the vr.:, Israel
Bond inaugural conference, ac
cording t Samuel Rothberg. na-
tional campaign cha'rman. who i>
:! serving .i- conference chair-
man.
I the conference
mark the of-
i ampaign o
on "i
.peak(
, .. Eban and Lady
Mrs Jan
i the I>i'
B*-s Mycrson, television s'ar,
who w.-s recently named chair
man cf the Women's Division
of the New York campaign for
Isratl Bonds, will serve as com-
mentator for the international
premiere showing of the Given-
chy Israel Fashion Collection,
combining the designing skills
of the leading French and Is-
rael fashion experts. The in-
ternational tour of this fashion
collection will be a major ve-
hicle in the Women's Division
campaign.
Brotherhood Fete At N#r TamSd
On Wednesday evening, the
fourth "I the monthlv symposiums
will be held at Temple Ner Tamid,
Honoring Brother!).....I Month, rep.
resentatives of the three major
i iths will participate in the sym-
ADL Returns to
Governsnq Body
Continued from Pjge 1-A
: i .
i be intensificatit n ol .i world-
gn by
V".
ng pi, ement ol it~
resei the
dis -. of B'nai th lits i ut-
the l i iti
i ntei '.. I i reel
itbreak "i big tr>
posium titled "L'nd
! Each Other's Belli fs
Participants include Rev. Ed
ward .1 Met artbj, OSA rector ui
Biscayne College; Re\ Lee V.
Lindsley, p I Miami Shores
mnity <
rt M Baui president
>-- ...: n ol Gn
Miami.
Fom I 830 p m
im "i the
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New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to
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Announcement has been made sinus cavities and helps drain
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which has the remarkable abil- Bnd congestion.
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Most remarkable of all ls the for a Prescripuon under the
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This new tal et remark- ca ; : stion
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tile Division of Combined Appeal
Harold Bosworth Memorial Lunch
Annual Itm< n-on ol Hie Mer-
I 0j\ beiiali ol the
Hill I
place Tffursday, Feb. 25.
13 i^M in the \ -oinl We>i
[ Din
las Bnced bj Joseph E
| >nks"B Wilh.im > Itidien
|iairffl^Bt>t the
SptiaiWi 'hutl
lie i iiaui i. [in"- j ,.,, b \|i '.uriiil
I ward |l l"' made :in'- '" i"llli'
j co chairmen, Harry Mix-
nan <>i the Anoarel Di-
orris Rabinowitz, chair-
he Jewelry Group; and
Iscrhm. honorary chair-
le Apparel Group.
sworth Award, honor-
lilanthropie and retail-
Itry leadership of the
.cutive vice president
Raging director of Jor-
|h, will be presented to a
the Mercantile Divis-
ion: # committee will select an
indWMfc*! who will be cited for
..lllawdi ) personal dedication
to ISSSst'v community and to
philanthropy
Sptftal .'' "''' Men an
ile **! l"' llvm
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iho Me recently returned from
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represented at the luncheon. Head-
ing the participation oi these
groups are the following leaders:
Apparel Group John Serbin,
honorary chairman: Hair.. Miz
i mission i<> Israel and Europe, rach, chairman; Miss Bea Feld
and Celebrity Club favorite, Alan man and Bernard v.'He. co-chair
(jale. men; Irving Kern, chairman <>(
In addition *) Cn-Chairmen Women's Sportswear Manulactui
Brooks and Ruben, everj facet of ers; Ben Schwartz, chairman ol
William Rosenwald to be Honored Here
William Rosenwald, honorary
national chairman "I the United
Jewish Appeal and one of the na-
tion's t o r e m o -1 philanthropic
leader- ".as to be tendered a cock-
il part) and reception at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Thursday,
from i lo (i p m
Co-sponsors for the occasion
ere to be Ihe Miami Host Com-
mittee ol the Combined Jewish
Appeal and a leadership delega-
ol Hi-- Nev Y"rk I nited Jew
li Appe
Rosenwald has been a national
leader of the United Jewish Ap
peal and of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, a leading UJA
agency which has played a vital
role in the savings of 1,500.000
Jewish lives in 27 years.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
ni the 1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, announced thai members ol
the Miami Host Committee were
Greater Miami Jewish
President Sidney Let
Ihe following commun
Embroiderers; B> ron Topol.
chairman of Handbag Manufac-
turer';: Donald S. Lavigne. chair
man oi Men Apparel Manufac-
turers; and .lack Diamond, chaii
man oi Textile Salesmen.
F*Or the Retail and Department
Store Group, Sanford Sprintz and
Murraj Frie Iman, i
For ihe Furniti i and Appliance
i iroup, A .i Alexander, lioi ci a. >
chairman; II) Lipzin, Maxwell ll
lilatt and Herb rl Spahn, Jr.
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man ni Ap] i ii rdon Pater-
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Melin. chairman of Furniture
Manufacturers; Anita Priest,
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?'' Manufacturers Representa-
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/olurr.e 38
Friday. February 12. 1965
10Adcr5725
Israel Bond Confab
To Inaugurate Drive
State :: Israel Bonds ha*
- mil community
:.: ill annual :--::.::
fer s held at
e Fon leau Hotel from Fee
9 21 to launch a S10C 300.000
-~. ;fa the yeoi :: 1965
Z .
mi is not >appy
see t]
he midst It also '.-.
to pi host to
leaden srld Je
shall
="7'' tsident oi
I Huc-e-r: Humphi
* receive the Hu-
rreedon Award eri the Fee i.
znquel where Six Isaac
Volison ol Qreat Britain is also
for a citation
To add :o the splendor of the
asion Deputy Prime Minister oi
Israel Abba Ebcr. will be present to
sffex an economic report on the de-
e.cp.-r.ent status of his country.
All of "his adds up to one of the most
stellar Israel Bond inaugurals ever held here.
But whatever the variety of noteworthy
personalities and events, the purpose remains
the same: the strengthening of Israel's eco-
nomic end industrial growth toward the
achievement of a sound society in the Jewish
State end certainly the soundest in the Mid-
dle E~s:.
The 1965 goal of SI00,000.000 in Israel
Bond sales merits the launching of a new five-
year plan for Israel's development, with an eye
an the integration of some 50C.0OC more ir.nab-
itanti than today, and a total population of
upward of 3.0CC.OOO citizens by 1970.
Economic and .. d development :.-
work rut out in a variety oi belt
::Ci.r. feed and clothing, to chemicals elec
equip me. :ransport--ion. Israel Bonds
i major role here They have si
e bac .-:
. ne international inaugural will brii

- years ahead Greece; Miai .

d parti
Report Probably Accurate
M 365 tor prrsecu-
riminals

athi
ames a re: --.- from the East German
Agenc y thai Dr. Erwin
- head of the Central Office for the
Pro* War Criminals at Ludwigs-
n.mself a member of the Nazi Party
during the Hitler era, that he served as a judge
a Nazi court, end belonged to the SS.
Under ordinary circumstances, we would
tend to be wary of s"ones emanating from East
Germany or. indeed, anywhere behind the
Iron Curtain. But in this case, the probability
is strong that the charge against Schuele can
be substantiated.
Who will doubt the sincerity of former
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, himself confined
in a concentration camp during the Nazi re-
gime? Still, some of his closest advisors were
former Nazi bigwigs.
West Germany today is new. sleek and
one of the most powerful forces on the Euro-
pean continent. These are matters of economics
and that famous quality known as German
industry and ingenuity. But politics are quite
another matter.
Heat of Debate Rises
It was inevitable that opposing views
should ultima'ely emerge from the Americcn
Jewish community on President Johnson's pro-
posed federal aid to education.
Surprisingly, more than Orthodox Jewish
groups have come out in support of the pro-
posci. Generally cautious civil libertarian or-
ganizations like the Amenccn Jewish Commit-
tee this week announced support of 'he bill
although subject to qualification.
With the separation of church and state
principal involved to a generous decree, it will
be interesting to observe the kind of dialogue
that develops among spokesmen in our no-
tional community as the heat of debate i
Ours Fears Justified
As wes exper U.S. House of R
resentatives has
posed ban againi
A_ael Masse:.
From President Johnson oi
has
ling less i
taster tc u
would := so. Has nol *' N
recent months to jun
the U.S. Info:::
d do* z the sea
We believe Mr N
just whal ne thinks of
be afraid to shov
Chooses His Passengers
The British
are Bi
rig
...
down
wire. London cabbie Wolfe Busell learn
in tne reprimand issued him this wee
'axi-hcensing authority of Scotland Yard'
Busell took a dim view of one of his
sengers, Francoise Jordan, when he discovered
her to be the wife of the British Fascist Colin
Jordan.
Scotland Yard feels that a cabbie must
accept all passengers, regardless of race color
or creed. What Briton, or any true democrat
would argue this principle unless the Das-
senger happened to be the wife of a Fascist
leader?
This is how Busell saw it. Apparent
some Fascist henchmen had similar feelmcs
they burned his house down.
We are sure Scotland Yard is as perturbed
about that as about Busell's individualistic
view of just whom he would and would not be
chauffer to.
THE RETURN ol
1 De*" i,::
the Nation, i *'-
weekend ,s h n"
merely j,
more than a
twelve y.
>.nc,. .he Ahl.
American JeW lsn ,- "H
11 on a I cons *
-.('Kir;, chairman of the League, explain- the return
basis Onci we felt that our fundamental phUosop ind n
would not be compromised, that our ability to function would"
unimpaired and that final authority for our action-, and
would remain with our own boards of directors th<
mainin- outsidi N< !: \C disappeared
The breach first developed following the Ifaclvi
j "'- *hi h suggested th.it there is something wasteful
live act trities ol Jewish civil libertarian o
tthe; ?h< t" submit to a higher bod;
Prol Mai her findings, howi
effective endeavor re-ted or
.. thi : ndamental differences betwen thi
tied itiny
It is. ol nple to call for the ,
...........
n the nami f greati
'M"-rt is sis -.'ilill

powei
the A nerii an Jew ish Comi u
, .
:
the new |i
UNITY IS NOT INTIRtlY A DISIRABll THING
DERHAPS AJCONGRESS SAW

stinci
. ....
ivenshmenl
thu unit} Indeed thi carei
Mr S .-., x 1> l i -
turn to the N
mil nnl} "'i its own tern- ''*
in impairn enl ol it- ultimati i kments I
- thai we are increasingl} i :.:-..;.
ward the elficienc> ol "umbrella oi lanizations. it is s
movement aw individuality, however nominal l | ::ti|
st ultimately dilute the characteristic quality of ei
libertarian bodies concerned hen their history, thi
membership, and the outlook the) in in, to particular |
fecting the Jewish communit) at large
I- tin- making to.....uch ol the Aids decision it un,.:,:-:
1 particularly in light ol the observation b> Label KaU
idem ob B'nai B'riih, who explained thai the return to NChV '
presses li'nai B'rith's long-standing policy of encoun practical]
and workable forms of unity without imposing uniformit> in
communit} life "
Aware ol the danger himself. Mi Katz sharp!} del
basis on which the ADL came back to the fold. The alti
two either that the ADL will ultimately accent th<
Maclver report ., dozen years later, or that the action i-
and a -up to the monolithic \ ievi
SKIRTING TH[ MORI fUNDAMNTAl ISSUIS
gENJAMIN R, EPSTEIN, national director of the V
League, put it another wa} Vevei before in our co :
tor} have problems in human relation- been so crucial I I
so vital to then solution Tin- .-
ish community .i- |
f1 '>' .....ntial thai today all orf
'! e advancement
;- 01 their P -
ctter human relations
l fail to fim
return to \
ill} ih. n the questi m ol s.
more fun men)

has been iv '
hut ho h lee m -
racter of I
- m posit -
\. .. .: about I
. Jewish activitv on the :
is i threat to another minorif
'
! the \i ro niovi mei I .'-
AlORf POl/7C4l MORALITY NtlDID
gUT where all i to resolve the problen
ibsenl Negro leadership Wl
live th. Negro i political direct
iOWn rathe, than to take up his cudg .
' Jewish Civil libertarian orgs
their hsii .. as a
;;' 'n the Negro rights cause The consequei
h"'' have thus betrayed thi cause
,, *| M' me. i> the larger issue In statement..
, tatement is to have any meaning ... all I "l
' him. is more crucial in the history ol
,' ',"n'"'", problems than a solution to the Segi dm*
toward equal freedom '
hut l'?,^' ,h" "''' ""' '" mlr "ow^ttj '-- not a mere moral
,.,'" ':-''r "nd rwdiness effectively to work toward tl
I,'''; "I,''"' U'rw> uhat .mmiu Wvisoo Council really mean' How
u> n striving toward the willingness and readiness
V ', ?"? ,",u,'r" voiced by the ADL's nstioi chair
main .M '' ;""h,""> ,l"- oui actions and pro gran
main \wth ,Hir ,. boards
to J I' is not political moral:-
'"'" Me Oi the most explosive hum.
n -.generation to ^ ,uu,l return N
i

ll
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jy. February 12. 1965
*Jen 1st fir rid far)
Paqe 5-A
Umc s^JiitcMiitioniil s^fmin aura/ \^~onferencc y*-~entniittcc
or the (sliiitcct *^tatcs ana \*anaaa
Jiiw- fleaiure in *rnne>uniHg
^At tJiJinncr ^^^clcbration of ^zArmcriccin and Jjritish
j-ricndship for s^Tsracl
GUEST OF HONOR
SIR ISAAC WOLFSON, Bart.
\J\#teA v_/ii/u = rri\iliff a Hit f^/ti/onthrepi*/
Sunday Evening, February 21st
At Six-thirty P.M.
At the Fontainebleau Hotel
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T/o 1//c T^reiiJenl of t/ie United >State*
The Hon HUBERT H. HUMPHREY
'Z/A JJepiitu r rime ~ Minister o/ sjtrael
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-Jf^ist fkridiar
Friday. February 12
Ed Sullivan Named to Receive NCCJ
Headlined Award at Brotherhood Fete
I't-ie\ ision p< ne>-
paper nisi lii an bu
I < select* receive the firsi
Headhm i Awn I the Fl
Region. Nat
The sting Sys
! ted at the
i rhood Dinner
01 SCCJ
F ntainei
I
This year s event marks the
first time that Greater Miami
or any other city in the Sooth
has been selected to launch the
annual national observance of
Brotherhood Week, scheduled for
Peb. 21 through 28.
Dr !< Fones national N
president speak at thi
Mack tic. SI
pre*..... r*s Award to
ner nan of Bn
f
With .:mi beir.
enten the
rint
appropriate i
. linner -
- -
. .. .-
- -- -
- nsistent i
sup) rt
ag
'
light yith three F*#ri4a winners
of the Silver Medallion Brother-
hood Award, given each year to
a Catholic, Protestant and Jew.
::> are I
. arrail >-t ihe
d Up) presi-
. t Federa Ssviags and
n ,:nd George B
rforer. chairman .f Slorer Broad
aMtiafl Co.
Sin Sullivan will join her bus
hand -t the dinner, al which Dr
Jones, former president i both
Rutgers L'nij^rsit} and the Uni-
versitj nsas will deliver
the national keynote address f"r
Brother!).....I
Famed George Washington Letter Will
Be Exhibited at Brotherhood Dinner Here
ID SUUIVAH
I :_".:'. an
enjoy i leat r*
ntert -
> (putting
roi
-. ., rig s
select] n
Sullivan will share the spot-
Egypt Stronger Peres
Continued from Page 1-A
bemeni etweer
.....si I-rael
spending '
funds for a tl stag Mi East
need for Eat ired.
- aople not tst

-
The imed letter written
rton :o the
Turn Sj N'ewport. R.I..
exhibited at the
13th am '...therhood Dinner
legion of the Xa-
t .,( : Christians
and
M rns Mor gens tern, the New
V rk st who owns the
document insured for more than
CM.OOO. will be on hand with the
he letter which said
ernment of the United
v. tes gavi "try no >anc-
iu r pars* < utioji n>> aaaiM
ance."
Display of the letter, which
will be read at the dinner by
U.S. Sen. George Smathers, will
be a highlight of the Feb. 22
function at the Fontainebleau
Hstel, launching the national
observance of Brotherhood Week.
Sen 'Mil bring per-
son..! greeting !' -.'lent
Lyndon B J ons n to the black
tit HOt-a-phHe function, accord-*
_ : dinner .hairman. John R
The .n letter w as writ'
ter b\ the tirst President in Mig-
1791 abou; a year and a
ftei : the
:.:-' ie in the
: try
Washington expressed Ameri-
can ideals of religious liberty in
hit most stirring phrases. un-
der his own vine and fig tree,"
which, a deeply religious stu-
dent of the Bible, he adapted
from two Old Testament quo-
tations.
ent bank-
er and p. -
y rgenstern Foundation, turned
. res ffers from
throughout the nati i exhibit
I : the letter in fee-
._r..'. r. of Greater Miami's se
ection 1 begin thi
of Brotherhood Wi
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madians Will
lonor Israel
rnd Leader
Gr0Ver. Montreal bam-
v ,- .nd philanthropist
, .,.,,.,, at 1-sim.on.ai
Sunday evening, a 1 ha
Hotel, sponsored b}
Israel Bond Orgayiw-
. [he Dominion 01 C anada
ld Riviin. consul general of
ale 0f [srael in Canada, will
speaker
..< dinner is one of a series
. ents held here in advance
-c 1965 international .naugu-
0Ilference for Israel Bonds,
\r.:n takes place Feb. 19 to 20,
Vice President Hubert H.
L.-phrey and Sir Isaac Wolfson
;reat Britain, as special
,...s The conference will
L,.-h a worldwide campaign
' Hit sale of $100,000,000 during
:oming year.
rnouncement of the Fob n
rill .t-t as made hero by D. l.mi
. national chairman of the
.. lian [srael Bond Drive, who
(I out that Mr. Grover is be
nor.'d lor his many years
.rvice to numerous castes at
and abroad which aid hu-
it)
iver served as the first chair-
oi the Israel Bond Drive in
real in 1 953. a position he
for four consecutive years.
is pr.....ntiy honorary chair-
o| the bond campaign in his
li unity
\ ice President of the
-t Organization of Canada.
11 wa for seven year chair
f- i| the I'nited Palestine Ap
and the United Israel Appeal,
lany phases of Jewish
fe in ins country, he
*Jtmlst\fk>rldliar>
Patre 7-A
Eichmann Aide Verdicts 'Lenient'
Continued from Page 1-A
prison to await trial on another
charge growing out of his war-
time activities in Zaniocz, in Nazi-
held Poland, where he reportedlj
GROWER
HARRIS
Hebrew Free
OVS question as to whether West
German courts could judge the
deeds of Nazism.
rounded up Jews for tran&poit W
Dr. Fritz Bauer, the Frankfurt (he Auschwitz camp.
puolic prosecutor, called the ver-
dicts "rotten and intolerable" and me quarters in Wesl Ger
utteiiv incomprehensible." As- manv expressed tear thai the hunt
serrlng that -it is as it Ei hmann sentences might sel a precedent
himsell were given five years." tutore trials ol \. izi criminals
is a director of the
Loan Sonets and was a leader n,. declared ihat his office would accused ol helping to organize
use -every Judicial means in its plans
power to obtain a revision ol these than
oi the building fund il the rlospl
tal of Hope.
Harris also announced thai the sentences."
event will commemorate the ap- chief Prosecutor Hans dross
pointment of Mrs Harold Fana man wno had asked for inaxi
noria. of Montreal as the 11165 na mum sentences ol life imprison-
itonal chairman oi the Canadian ment lor both former Nazis, said
Women's Division for Israel 1^ would appeal. Krumey's coun-
Bonds Sel also said he would file an ap-
Mrs. Fanaberia was the first' i>eal against the five-year s,.n
"Woman of Valor" in Canada tehee. Krumey was returened to
for murders ol .lew. rather
direct participation in the
torture and murder Ol the victims
The Frankfurt court made thai
distinction in its verdicts.
Rob;rt Kempner, a former
America*! prosecutor in the
r^uremberg allied war crimes
trial?, cOrr nented in Landsdown,
Penna., that the verdicts were
"not understandable." He pre-
dicted the ruling would step up
demands for West German ac-
tion to extend the effective date
of the statute of limitations for
prosecution cf Nazi war crimi-
nals, now due to become effec
five next May 8.
He called the acquittal ol
Hunsche "c mpletelj Incompre-
hensible" and said it raise 1
"heavy doubts about the capacity
ol certain members oi the court
to understand the murder pro-
ci lies oi Eiihrnann and his ac-
complice
Rabbi Labovilz in Review
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will re-
view "Friday, the Habbi Slept
Late." for Temple Ncr Tamid Sis-
terhood on Tucsda> ai 10 a.m. Mrs.
Ben Fabric is chairing the event.

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-JmlstncrM&r
Friday. February 12, 1955
Story Behind Aid-to-Nasser Struggle
%S ___ -- !l,....... !
the measure a* one
WASHINGTON JTA Pres-
et L>ndon B. Johnson urged
igrea this week to give him
: evd>m of action" to send sur-
plus food to Egyypt. The presi
a* made at the start
sum mooed 1 eon-
'i T-- President urged Con-
approve the Senate ver-
. n .'- amend-
1:
-
The S softene
Id
I
jrpt The S srsioi
-.lent de-
"'-
' : -'
At his nwi conference, the
President said it was of the
highest importance that he have
he flexibility to deal with such
;oreign policy problems. His re-
marks clearly were directed at
-he House which is scheduled to
consider the Senate modification.
Argentina Police
Hint at Arrests
Continued from Pag* 1-A
\ecuT-
V
f the Ni -
' its repeat!
D A:-
. ... in
-.. it n jues Senators
ne Texas Republican.
Rep. Robert Michel, Republican
of Illinois, who authored the
House ban, indicated that he will
insist on its retention.
Rep. Michel said he will move"
to instruct the House conferees to
hold out for the absolute prohi-
.if aid to K-; pi His
expressed that bis p
sition would be approved b> the
House, especially in \ie\\ of the
- Senate vote.
Wayne Morse. Orej
ocrat. led the fight against -
tag the H 11 -- '
asserted that the I'rited
States ill Sasset l
He called U.S. aid to
Egypt pan 1.:' "a shameful pro-
appeasement to dicta-
tors' Sen Jacob K. Javits. N<
^ork Republican, joined in urging
Senate to adopt the House po-
sition
He said "this cry of indignation
from the House of Reproenta
lives, if sustained in the Senate.
may reach into Egypt and make
>ple of Egypt feel how very
deeply we are offended by what
has occurred in their country
with respect to us.
Javits also declared that
t-r.t Johnson had remained
silent despite appeals by various
- -hat he give his views
on Nasser's act.vines. Thus, he
essed, the Senate has no al-
ternative except to back the po-
sition of the House "'If the Pres-
won't act. then the Con-
gress must.*' he told his c I-
John Towers.
and J. Strom
endment ,0 the Export Control W.I.iam, Ne,-JW Democrat
am
Act of 1949. is similar to propo- a
als offered in the Senate earlier publican.
this week b>
jnd
Senators Harrison for
Jacob Javits, New
Rep. Joel.-on.
the co-sponsor
speaking
characterized ly nation
directed-
against restraint of trade He sawJ
We already have a nolicx
lestraint of trade at
it should be extended
trmational sphere, particular) I
when it is aimed against a trie JI
a3ainsi]
hon*. aruil
to thf
ant -1 -
ler and
'
F T TRIP TC V.ASSAU ?


Thurmond. Republican of South
Carolina, also spoke m favor of
the House position
Se\t-r. : natives have in-
troduced lion 1 ''' -tnen
- resistance to eco-
nomic boycoti pr
\rab
League bo; 51 :-raei The
-ure wa spons red b>
CharU ; Joela N Jersej
.1 Pattern.
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lames 1 sevelt
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The measu-e would p'ohibi*
American firms from the tak-
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of in'ormation or
signing :' sg-eements" which
-.- ; rthtring er
.e prac-
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arjther fr.endly to Hm
U- fates.
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something wrong with government. The swei three separate and distinct
ties. I challenge the Mayors: get on the ball carry the ballit is not too late. Never
toe late for the people to govern themselves.
I am not your leader. You the elected mayors o: your cities are the leaders.
is your responsibility. You owe 'his responsibility to your people. They, the people,
want to Know where their government is going and who- it is going to do when it g13
there. The challenge is yours."
NOW is the TIME for the PEOPLE to TELL their MAYORS what THEY wont
. NOT Dade Metropolitan GOVERNMENT telling the PEOPLE where to GO'.
IT'S either ABOLISH METRO or divide DADE COUNTY into THREE COUNTIES -
Miami Beach Dade South Dade .. Your only RIGHTS are by REFERENDUM.
CALL or WRITE TO YOUR MAYOR TODAY
PLEASE WRITE ME YOUR OPINION
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Friday February 12. 1965
+Jmist> fkrMHrtr
Paqe 9-A
1
School Aid Debate Begins
Continued from Pag* 1-A
for both public
school pupils.
and religious
M
the ci
..: Tamid seventh anniversary banquet will be held
[at the Deauville Hotel. Planning the function are
right) Louis I. Gold and Mrs. Gold, chairman of
juet journal, discussing with Murray A. Shaw (stand-
of Ner Tamid. details of the function.
Hebrew Teachers Seminar Slated
-


seminar for Hebrew
Jewish school* of
- heduled to be
i ,j. according to an
bj Joseph Cohen,
, Bureau of Jewish
. ssions w ill be held
.-11 Fridaj
hi to 1- noon
the subject will be
Method "l Language
M.... Settie Goldstein]
ctor "I Temple
i members <>i her
stl ..' '*IIS :
the Hebrew Ian-
Beth i I Congre
. ^nt "Methods of.
Meet in wil
u] Rabin edit
cational director, and members of
ilia staff
Feb. 26, the subject will be
"New Approaches to the Teach-
ing of Humish." Meetings will
be chaired by Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, Bureau consultant, and
presentation of new materials
will be by Louis Schwartxman,
executive director of the Bureau.
On Mar. 5, "Effective and Pur-
poseful resting" will be present-
ed bj Herbert Zvi Berger, associ-
ate director of the Bureau, Chair
man will be Herzl Honor, educa-
tional director ol Temple Menorah
\ ho will supplement the presen
tation together itli the staff of
remple Menorah.
Vni ual seminar i* under the di-
rection ol Dr. Soroft.
Rabbi Morris Shorer, of the
Agudath Israel, contended be-
fore the Senate Subcommittee
on Education that the issue was
educational, not religious. He
added that his organization was
"especially gratified" that the
bill did not "arbitrarily" ignore
the educational needs of pupils
in religiously oriented element-
ary and secondary schools.
Harold Goldln, testifying for the
American Jewish Congress, as-
serted thai federal aid to parochial
schools would have a "disastrous
effect" on American education.
The organization opposes federal
funds for hooks and other educa-
tional materials and to the shared-
time facilities proposed in the bill.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee came out for the bill, subject
to qualifications, particularly In-
clusion of a provision for judicial
review. Morns B. Abram. AJt'om-
mittee president, appeared before
the House Subcommittee on Edu-
cation to declare that the AJCom-
mittee's primary concern was
centered on the 'child benefit
aspects" of the new bill. He said
thai "as long as the state or fed-
eral governmenl does not aid re-
ligion or religious education or
church-related institutions; so long
as its graint-in-aid is extended to
the protection and improvement
of the welfare of the child, it is
irrelevant that the assistance
goes to a person who happens to
be of any race, creed or ethnic
oi igin.
The committee urged that en
effort be made "to specify those
areas which can be legitimately
called 'child benefits'" which
should be "clearly limited and
related to the personal, physical,
emotional and supplementary
educational needs of individual
children."
Mr. Abram urged that three
guidelines be used: that aid
through the bill should insure
that no religious institution ac-
quire new property or expand
existing property; that tunds from
,the measure should not Ik- used
for religious purposes; and that
expenditure and distribution of
the funds should be under super-
vision <>f a public agencj
Rabbi lowy Conducts Count
Integrated Bible and Hebrew
study courses for adults conduct-
ed by Rabbi Daniel Lowy .it Tem-
ple Sinai will con!.:.in- on M i
day at 8:30 p
Dr. Gross in Address
l)r David Hale Gross, author of
"Gold in Your Back Yard." of
Easl Orange, N J., addressed the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
Luncheon Club on Tuesday at the
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Friday. February 12, 1965
Rabbi Urges Battle on Intermarriage
A leading Orthodox rabbi in the
1 nited States this week declared
ere that "the intermarriage rate
- much worse than we know."
Rabbi Pinchas SI. Teitz toW The
Jewish Ploridian that "statistics
. o nol reveal the real extent Oi
ie problem."
Dean of the Mesivta "i New
ersey and a member ol the pre-
idiuni oi the Union oi Orthodox
Eabbis of the United States and
'anada, Rabbi Mt< said that
Hie 'vanishing Jew' concept, as
eveloped in a recent Look Mag-
zine article, should have mobiuz-
i the American Jewish commun-
ity to the dangers"
Stemming the Tide
Instead." Rabbi Teitz noted.
all we hear is a lot ot talk. There
re forums and symposiums, but
imerican Jewry has thus tar fail
tl to join hands in some sort of
x-tion to stem the tide that
threatens our very existence as a
eople "
Here at the Sterling Hotel '"
sunch the 11th year ot his Tal-
ItUdiC Seminar of the Air. "Daf
tashovua," Rabbi Teitz noted that
privacy in Jewish circles has be-
come so circumscribed that one
.n no longer speak openly from
"he pulpit, at a sisterhood or tren-
ral synagogue meeting, or even
i our yeshixos
Charged Rabbi Ten/ 'Children
may flock to the nation's yeshivos
today Some may even go to the
xtreme extent of wearing side
icks and 'kapotas.' but many, all
in many. have non-Jewish
lothers
The noted Elizabeth, N.J spir-
Tial leader observed that "if you
ake a census today, it would be-
ome apparent that families that
ettled in the United States a
entury ago are no longer pure-
v Jewish Perhaps 7" per cent
re lo-t "
RABBI PINCHAS TUTZ
Jewish survival
Safd Rabbi Teitz: "Our ranks
are riddled by converts to Juda-
ism. as well as to Christianity."
Bankruptcy m Existence
Pointing to the American Jew-
sh community that has built so
man? synagogues, YMHA's and
hospitals. Rabbi Teitz said that
"the driving force behind them
all w as the maintaining ol Jewish
identity l!ut. ii after all of this.
and after the loss oi one-third of
our people to the Nazi onslaught,
intermarriage still continue- al
SUCh a high rate in the U.S., then
we must become war> ol a bank-
ruptcj in our existence Something
i rinili ly is wrong."
Musing in the Sterling syna-
0| IC aboul the problem. Rabbi
Teitz said thai "years ago, inter-
marriage brought shame to a Jew-
ish family, which often went to
the event of sitting shiva or dis-
inheritance. Today." lie shrugged
his shoulders with deep concern.
"it's accepted as natural."
As Rabbi Teitz sees it. "Our
lommnmtv centers and '1 S
have failed to keep our Jewish
youth together. In fact, they con
tribute to the intermarriage prob
l,, bj accepting non-Jewish
members. Indeed, l have known
man\ non-Jewish girls who go to
pur Ys deliberately. The) tell
me Jewish men make the best
husbands in the world."
Interfaith Movement
Rabbi Teitz also charged that
niilel Foundations on university
campuses throughout the nation
are lading to stem the tide. "Hillel
rabbis simply don't warn Jewish
-indents against interdating." He
added: "As a matter of fact, the
entire interfaith movement con-
tributes to the situation, what with
the frequent exchange of pulpits
between Jewish and Christian
ministers, which gives our young
people a twisted image.
Thirty years ago, a minister
would have offered anything for
delivery into his hands of 500
Jewish congregants as an audi-
ence. Today, he gets it free in the
name ol interfaith. The conse-
ouence is the loss of religious bar
ricrs."
Explained Rabbi Teitz: "I am
not against the concept of brother-
hood Hou could I be. and still be
a Jew'1 interfaith activities are
fine so long as they are carried
out on a secular basis
Religious Sanctity
How does Rabbi Teitz see the
problem "i long terms'1 -still."
he declared hopefully, "almost all
.lews regardless ot then affilia-
tion want their children to marry
Jews They see that the divorce
rate in mixed marriages is aston-
ishingly high. But." he added, "if
the trend continues, even this de-
sire for the maintenance ol our
religious sanctity will slip away."
Rabbi Teitz told The Jewish
Ploridian: "There must be an im-
mediate national conference of all
organizations committed to Jew-
ish identity, with a general dec-
laration issued on the subject.
We continue to talk about the
vanishing Jew.' but it doesn't
seem to frighten anybody."
Bar Mitivah Vow
Also, to stem the tide. Rabbi
Teitz urges that children attend-
ing Talmund Torahs and yeshivos
should be indoctrinated with the
concept that they must marry
within their faith. In fact, the na-
tional conference on this issue
should prepare an educational pro-
gram for all school- toward the
achievement of this end. "I men-
tioned privacy before." he said.
We must no longer tear offend-
ing intermarried parents. The con-
sequences are too profound."
Furthermore, as Rabbi I'eiti
sees it. "part Of. the Bar Mitzvah.
vow sliould include a promise to
marry within our Jewish taittl and
tradition."
The noted Orthodox spiritual
Ii ader mused some more. "Do you
know." he asked, "that an inter-
marriage takes place even two
hours? VVe must come up with a
program to combat the epidemic.
Otherwise, the future of Judaism
is too unhappv to contemplate."
TALMUDIC SEMINAR
OF m AIR
"Daf Hashovua"
For He 11th Consecutive Year
Miami Jewry will hove the oppor
Unity of leaminq a page of the
Talmud, translated and explained
by
Rabbi Pinchas h\. Te'rti
Scholar and Famous Authority
on the Talmud
Rabbi of Eliiabeth and
Dean of Mesifta of New Jersey
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Heller to Speak At Kneseth Israel
On Friday evening, Daniel Ne-i
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swish War Veterans ol tin- I'nited
Mates of America, will be guest
leaker at Kneseth Israel Oongre-
.ttltion His topic will be Civil
ights or Wrongs "
Heller is a graduate ol the New
ork University Schoi I ol Account-
g and Harvard Law School and
lormer president of the llaivard
Law School Association of Florida
In 1961, Heller was a member
of the United Jewish Appeal's
?irst young leadership mission to
Israel and Europe, where he met
with Prime Minister Davic1 Ben-
Gurion, the late President Iti-
hak Ben-Zvi, Moshe Sharett,
Abba Eban, the present Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol, and other
top government leaders. He v/as
also tn observer at the Eich-
mann trial.
Heller has just rece'ved the
President's Award as outstanding
young Miamian in the Combined
Jewish Appeal. He is serving both
as chairman of the Speakers' Bu-
reau. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and as vice chairman of
Resident Section of Greater Mi-
ami. C.1A drive
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Page 11-A
Etra to Speak at
iring Dr. Samuel
l Etra, New York atter-
t| coi imunitj leader, will
[t :1 national reception i" |
([ Dr. Samuel Belkln, pres
V Ycshiva University on
,,i the Fontainebleau Ho-
who arrived ;it the Ster-
, week, >- chairman
hoard ol Trustees "f Amor
Rest ;iinl largest unlvenitj
lev i-li auspices.
IBelkin will arrive, also at
Jlcrling, early next week
bfer with Etra, Sol For*t
Lther trutee* of Yeshiva
rsity, now in its 80th year.
who succeeded the late
Levy, >i;is served as
v;i I chairman "I the board
jecember, IMS. He is one of
Inulei- <>f the Albert Ein-
Eollegc of Medicine, one <>f
University's f <> re m os i
bents, and now serves on its
li: Overseers,
inentty identified with
loeal and national religi-
fiucational, health and wcl-
ganizationa, Etra has t"in
|ionide recognition for his
furtherance of Jewish and
ban life
president ol Congregation
Reception Here
Belkin Feb. 23
and on the Executive Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board. He also serves on
the beards of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York
and the Ramax School, and was
associate chairman of the Amer-
ican Jewish Tercentenary Com-
mittee.
lie has been a generous bene-
factor ol the iniied Jewish \|>
peal, the Federation ol Jewish
I hilanthropies and many other
communal and humane endeavor
In June, 1058, at in" 27th anni.-d
commencement ol Yeshlva Uni-
versity, Etra was awarded the
tonorarj degree ol Doctor oi
Laws by Dr. Belkin.
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hospital switchboard operator,
with patients able to make loial
telephone tails directly from bed-
s de w ith i. < > listing or charge
According to President I i i
I. Abess, 'although this constituted
some major changes in the hos-
pital's telephone system, the move
ua.- decided upon by the board oi
trustees t" mcourage patients <
feel more comfortable in the ho-
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heavy load placed on the hospital':
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He is vice president of Beth
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member of the National Council
of the Boy Scouts of America,
lasser Threatens to Break
\e la lions With Germany
Bom
etui
'l><>\ tJTA) Officials
Arab League were reported
his week from Cairo as as-
Presidenl Nasser ol Egypt
nost of the Arab countries
break relations with West
an> if the Bonn Government
K> relations with Cairo. They
said that steps are being lak
l'n pare a meeting Of per
sentatives of Arab ml
In discuss the relations be-
the Bonn Government and
i Inle \ isser M o n d a \
ne i i break diplomatic re
w ith \\ -.i i iermany if the
!o\ 11 nmenl continues to
arms to Israel. The Wesl
,n Government indicated
t maj be forced to break
|ous with Egypt because ol
invitation to Walter II-
K.i-t Germany's chiel ol
state, if the Ulhricht visit leads to
Nasser's recognition >>t East 'ier-
many
i In Bonn, State Sir, 'ar.v ii in
ther \":i II.'. >. official spoke.i".ui
for the Wesl Germai Govern-
ment, told a press coniercnc that
"the problem is not our relations
with Israel, but the projected vis
it to Ca-.ro by Ulbricht. This vis-
it has prioritj over everything
else We have special relations
with Israel, going back to the 1952
Reparations Agreement." He add-
ed that the Budestag, lower house
I Parliament, will deal soon with
the entire question oi West der-
man military aid t" a number
ountries and "will seek a sat-
i 4i.il tmy volution to this prob-
lem He emphasized thai West
German; wishes ti> have good pe-
ns with both the Arab- and
Israel, i
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Friday, February 12. 1965
,n&/i
iaious
&
erviccs
*Jhi* rWecLcnd
GUDTH ISRAEL. 7801 Cartyle Avi.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever,
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
---- ----
A\SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
m
CANDLWGHTING JIM
10 Adar 5:52 p.m.
BETH DAVID. ^625 SW 3rd Ave. Con
servative. Cantor William W. Lip
eon.
PTIdaj 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Weekend
eervlcea conducted b) Rabbi tClleaerl
A. Levl, S. tiih.ii. "Leaderahlp In I
i uric." Saturda) : a.m. Scr- Snmurl hraoff. pr.....i
n.on: ih. Jew Must be Special." """ I nlver*
Bar Ml t avail: Andrew, son of air. and
Mrs. Howard Learner.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
do*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday ,".:45 p.m. Saturday v:'." a.IV
Sermon: "Building ;i Sanctuary."
Minoha 5:30 P.m.
if I'd urn-
Miami. Topic:
Jewish learning." Mr, and Mi* l*a-
v.i iturfman will Iimhi the Oim-b Shah- !
bat In honor of their wi-ilillng annl-|
. vi ma -.. Saturdaj S:30 a.m. Mlncha
I ".:;'.' p.m.
-------------------- i
' FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 |
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St.
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Ortho-
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
----
BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
i Ida) p. in ......In'H hlrtlida>
rmon: "Anii-rlca'a Immortals." Sat-
urday B:43 a.m >t-rmoii: "Ulernal
i. .! 1:30 ii m "T!i. Portion ol
Law." 5:3C p.m "Our Command-
mints '
--------
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
'3630 W. Dmie Hry. Conservative.
Rabbi R*ch:ird M.ircovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tin His-
tory of Philosophy of Conservative
Judaism." Saturdny 8:43 a.m.
--------
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
--------
BETH TORAH. 1e4th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chiti. Cantor Ben-zion Kirschen-
oaum.
FViday 5:30 and ^:Z3 p.m. Saturday
8 4.'. a.m Bar Mitxvali: Stewart, son
if Mr and Mra. Hurra) Shay; David,
son of Mi nd M > Allen Wfiverman.
*Jinch.*i *.: 15 p.m.
----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 13rd St.
Conservative. Rabui Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Frlda) 8:1.1 p.m. (Surst speaker, Bar-
ii, \ riorenstel i, aasociali uirfotor,
Ant I D matlon acne. Topic "In-
ventory of Hate." Saturday 8:3u a.m.
'o i -i on 'i 'on Ion ol thi Week." .\i ii-
.. 1:1." o ni llu Mltxvah: I... ry,
nt oi Mr- and m It berl lU.lcman,
e
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. T519 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rszencweig.
e
PlAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative Rabbi David Ros-
teid Cantor Ceorge Goldberg.
i* .. > ] in i in. -;. aki i. l T
-fEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetret
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexandar S.
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St., Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5:80 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
I'll, Art of I.hin-.' Rabbi Sv.li>k>
, fittest speaker. Judge Milton rYl'.l-'
i U,'WU JftUUMa) :4j a.m. I tar MiMa .
yaK\ I..i\m-. lie. -.....i M ""> M"1
\i ,\ Maoni ii Min' ha i p.m.
e
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Refomi. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
Fi Ida) '" p.m. Ii'" oln's i.
., i noli: 'i'li. Ineompl. :- Kev. ; mi
n Ann i i. :i s itinla) I 15 a.m. liar
Mitavah: Martin, son Ml .....I Mia.
Samuel A\ i- i
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform, i
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Iilda) v I". p.m. Sermon: "Lincoln's
Ugao.v and the Great Society." Sat-
urda) ii a.m. Bar Mliavah: James,
-on mi Dr. ..ii.I Mrs. Aeher Hollander.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steincr.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chass
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
hrlda) vir. p.m. Sermon: "Should
,i,w> Observe Knee Relations Sab<
bath?" Suttil'da) lv:45 a.in.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TETZAVEH
Aaron, in the robes of the High Priest, bcarin- cense
A menorah in the background.
And thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron tin brother,
for splendor and for beauty." (Exod. 28:2.)
TETZAVEH Moses was told: "Thou shalt command the
children of Israel, that they bring unto thee pure olive oil beaten
for the light, to cause a lamp to burn continually.
"In the tent of meeting, without the veil which is be1 ire the
testimony, Aaron and his sons shall set it in order, to hi from
evening to morning before the Lord."' For Aaron and his sons
were to serve as priests to God.
The priestly garments arc described in jjreat detail as well
as the various offerings that the priests were to bring on the
day of their anointment. This portion concludes with the laws
relating to the offering of incense on the altar,
traded and based upon "Tht Graphic History of the Jewish
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of tha Law is ex-
Heritage" edited by P. WollmarvTsamir, SIS Publisher is
Shengold, and tha volume is available at 27 William St.. New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing tha vc-lume
is Joseph Schlang.
*
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Rriday s:30 p.m. National Women's
League Sabbath. Sluterh.....I mem-
bers "ill itartitipate In avrtlve Sat-
will Inntall Men's I'lnl, officers. Sat-I urda) H:3u a.m. Sermon: "Lincoln
urda) 8:43 a.m. Mlncha 5:30 p.m.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday ".:l" and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
i>a Senior Citizens." Saturda) 8:30
a.m. Sermon: "Where is Moses?"
... _
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
A Man vv bo Dared."
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green -
wald.
iii.iav 5:30 and 11:13 p.m. Sermon:
"CoiniminUim-nia and l-'uli'illui. m-"
Saturday y a.m. herinon: "Portion 'i
the l-i. Mlucha 5:3(1 p.m.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
Cantor Abraham Seif. ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving

Friday 5:15 and S:30 p.m, Ou-si speah
or, Daniel Neal Heller, attorney. Toji-
ic: "Civil RlKhtr Wrowrs." Satur-
da) s:30 -i in. Sermon: "iSarments ^i
MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544!
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi i
Abraham Strassfeld-
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. ,
Orthodox. Raboi Phineas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845 I
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
I rlday 5 p.m. Saturdny 8:30 a.m Ser-
mon: "For Beauty and for Duty."
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I"i iday IS p.m U'nnl B'rith Sabbatli
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Ki-lda) >:.;" p.m. Sermon: "1UD Fears
After Lincoln." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Tin Weekly I'ortion oi the
I Uible." Itar Mltivab: Jtmd, son ol
I i >i. and Mrs. Lewia Capland,
THI RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Education Bill
Needs Examining
A TASTE OF HEBREW
14
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
fatten DR. SHLOMO kodfsh
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Krlda) vi" p.m. Dialogue between l*r. '
S'arot und Dr. Calvin Boat of the Mi-
ami Shores lTi-sbyltriaii Church,
roplc: "When Jew and Chiistuui
Confront batch ither "
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Krlda) B:15 p.m Discussion Sabbath
Uuest speaker, Mssr. James .1. Walsh,
official Vutlc.in dclcaati oi the Mi-
ami ni.. .- Topic: 'Inside the Vat-
ican i'ouii. iil'.'ui." Saturda) n a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative, k.h.iji Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Eoward Klein.
Krlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Interfaith
and Int. rin,en ..... Sal irdu) S .i in.
Hi i moil "The i 'ortlou oi the Law."
Ho Mitavah: Arthur, *!! ol M.......I
Mrs ll.ii! > l ..n Idson.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ano
Tatum Watcway. Modem Tradi-
tional. Haboi Eugene Labovita.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
i-'i Idaj 8:13 p m, b rthiluj
n a Housi Divldi
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
''i Ida) 8 :in p i .-. iuoii: i ... \i,,,..,
: > nun \\ haj Jj.iii.4Zi
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Hollywood Temple Sinai
QUESTION: What is Your Opinion
of Federal Aid to Private
Schools, Which Would, of
Course, Include Yeshivos and
Hebrew Academies?
One of the fundamental princi-
ples which has distinguished our
American way of life is Reparation
of church and stale, based on the
First Amendment, which forbids
Congress to make anv law "re-
liever know to what ends this may
lead us. Are we not i; eed today
with such practices as Bible read
ings. prayers. Christmas and Ka-
tcr pageanti in our pubnc schools?
While I wholehearted]] support
our yeshivos and Hebrew acad-
emies, realizing that tluy are the
Strongest foundations for our fu-
ture survival, yet I strongly op-
pose their support through federal
funds.
I feel that a matun American
Jewish community should and will
realize that our daj schools
spectitiR the establishment of re- among the most essential forces in
ligion." The tranters of the Amer
ican Constitution, when they in-
cluded this provision, were cogni-
zant of the many evils which Eu-
ropean nations
had to endure
Do you ^ee David sometimes?
Yat, t saw turn \cterday.
He came lo (mj i office.
How is he? Where does he work)
He worked m a restaurant, but
he does not v.oik there any more.
Why? It there no work there
an>more?
Yes but he had to lake a tiip.
He received a letter from Haifa.
Hin mother i very sick.
I am sorry to hear this. I ihirrk that
he can |et oik in Haifa, too.
Yes. but he doe not like to work
m Haifa in a restaurant.
He seeks more in ;reiing work.
E\eiy kind of uoii> is inierestina.
Everyone should lose his work.
I think so. too! But Da\id doee
not ihink that ':...
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lay nrs^-isa ;%* fgng
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HHR DICTIONARY I OR TODAY.
to me
office
how is he?
there
lo work
to love
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t-":"? I sa
|ioi?7 na reMjurant
cr f he cama
najft work
2\-rT molher |
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TEMPLE SINAJTJT NORtH MIAMI.
12100 ME 16th Ave. Re|li in. Rabbi
Oamel M, Low/. Cantor cnet Gale '
Hilda) vi', i-.in. Men'a Club Sabbath
Itabbl l.i.ui will moderate .i panel
Hi" uHKion .mi 'i:iiii,> in ii ,...
1 U Wis-al Law v. M.....in r,.,i..
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative.
''' 'laj IS p.m. Roy Si .mis n ill be
Imnoivd ai ill,- Oneg Shabbat. s.n-
urda) 9 a.m Her.....n: "Weekly Por-
tion ..i Hi. Law."
TEMPLE ZAviORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
evils and lo build
a bel i c r and
n o hi c i socict)
that the pioneers
of our American
system decided
lo keep these
I w o important
I forces in society
\ .- JOB* g g p g ,, | e
RABBI SHAPIKO apart.
Once you begin to make a dcnl
insuring the future of American
Judaism and American Jewish life
Both the separation principle ol
church and stale, as v t !1 as the
maintenance of our daj schools,
are dear and close to our hear!*
because religion L(.t 1]s not sacrifice one for the
and Politics were 0(h,.r T|u.v are both vital for the
interlinked. future of our country and the well
It was to do being of the American Jewish co
away with these munilv
The true precedent is to be found
in the long road Americans labor-
ious!) traveled lo escai e the ty-
ranny oi the old World enablii
all of us to attain absolute freedi
ni conscience, and | refecting
church and stale alike against in-
\.^ ion oi Ihcir respectivt spheres
U would be a backward step to
lax any citizen in any amount,
however small, for thi religio
education of any segment m the
into the wall oi separation, you population even his own
Dr. Gordis Will
Speak Sunday
At Emanu-EI
Dr. Robert Gordis, prolosor of |
.. -a^.- ,
C
Prbli
. uln'i
i.".
>r iii
pin. s. i m..ii: l>i,t t,in.
H Come True?" Saturday
Sermon: "The Lout Oookn
Bible at the Jewish Theological
r:3^nVVB,'ve^Rtbb' Hershel Brooke Seminary, will be the first speak-
L-antor Sen Dicknon. .. ._ .,
er in the 1965 Breakfast Forum
at Temple Emanu-EI, it was an-
nounced by Joseph M, Lipton,
Temple president.
Directed by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
theme of the series will be "The
Challenge Confronting American
Jewry." and is scheduled for three
successive Sunday mornings, Feb.
14. 21 ami 28.
First session on Sunday. 10:15
a.m.. at the North Branch Build-
ing will be devoted to a discussion
by Dr. Gordis on "Assimilation."
Dr. Gordis is Seminary profes-
sor of Bible at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, and for near-
ly a decade, served as adjunct
professor of religion at Colum-
bia University. He has also been
visiting professor of Old Testa-
ment at Union Theological Sem-
inary, a leading Protestant insti-
tution in New York.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. I
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax- '
man. |
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami I
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry I
Wernick. '
I-'ri.l.-n K:3ii ,, i >. ,., ,;..,,, ,.,
Mi. l.luln in,, a Hhnbhat hoMi d hv
~i-i, i hood. Hatunlii; ,i ,,, s. rmoii
"l'i" 11 rtio of the vv i,
YOUNG ISKAtL. "990~NE 17lit St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staober.
rriaa) 30 p.m, Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion ..1 the W.
'
This pdge i> prepared fn en-
ohfr^::. ,./; tn< G/r.ivr Mi-
aim Rdrumical Association.
-'' of /fuiurr, ap-
peering \,m i>-
DR. MAX UPSCH1TZ
(pffitltal leader ,./ Belli Terah
Ongregdtfoit of North Miami
Beach.
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DR. ROBIRT GORDIS
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
national association of the Con-
servative rabbinate.
He is the author oi nine books
in the field of Biblical research,
including "The Sony 1 r Son-- '
"Judasim for the Mi ge."
and "A Faith for Modi ns H -
latest wort is "The Rw I and the
He is past president of the Syna
gogue Council of America, overall Branch.'
body "presenting all wing, S;|I1UU,, j Hal t.hairniil,
Ameman Judaism, and of thelof the Breakfast Forum Series.


IFriday. February 12, 1965
+Jewist fkricfiir
Paqe 13-A
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Of Beth Sholom
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
.,,< 194-4. was born in Brooklyn.
k y ,on Feb. 21. 191"- He grad-
uated from Brooklyn College in
1936, and was ordained by Rabbi
Stephen S Wise as a rabbi in Is
h-.i.-l at the Jewish Institute ol Re-
ligion in 1942
Habbi Kronish is a past presi-
L, i ol the Greater Miami Rabbin-
\ Vssoi lion Rabbi Kronish is
iv act;\e in Jewish and com
una| affairs, not only in our ana.
. atior i : as 'veil. He is na-
, ;,| \,, chairman of Israel
lorm congregations,
.ondon Cabbie
[efuses Fascist
ks Passenger
Corinnued from Paqe 1-A
don't want you; I'm a Jew,
wou stinking Nan." He said he
llore off her swastika-decorated
ecklace after she told him, "If
you are a Jew, what are you do
|inq out of the ovens?"
Vit) i thi inciaeni, bi sonists set
l I s house while his
| y was asleep inside No one
ias Injun Mr Busell, mean
liile, left for Israel for a two-
I He said before his
Jleparture that he had been up
by harassing ol Nazi
;ans "
and national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress. Habbi
Kronish is president of the South-
east Region of the American Jew-
ish Congress.
Rabbi Kronish has served on the
Executive Committee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, and
has traveled extensively through
out the Southeast on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bonds. He visited Israel in 194!).
I960. 1902 and 1964.
He has served on the Executive
Board ol the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, He is a mem-
ber of the National Commission on
Education ot the Central Confer-
i nee "i American Ribbis-Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
and he is chairman of the CCAR
delegation to the Commission on
Jew ish Education
Ral ;h is honorarj chair-
man 'ii the Israel Histradrul Com-
mittet hi Greater Mian., and i>
an activi and u II known Zionist.
Beth Shirah Will Break Ground for New
Quarters and Mark Fourth Anniversary
RABBI LION KRONISH
Lee Vogel At
New York Club
> kI regular meeting of the New
York Club of Florida is slated for
Sundaj evening, Feb. 21. at IVash
ington Federal, ti--< NE 167th St.
President Jack Wilson will in-
troduce Lee Vogel, comentator
and moderator ol radio station
WQAM, who will conduct an open
forum discussion
Youth Participate
In Services
The Confirmation Department
and both Ihe Junior and Senior
Chapters ol Ihe United Synagogue
Youth ii! Temple Kmaiiu KI will
attend the Sabbath service in the
main snnctuan with the adult con-
gregation on Saturday
Following services, the young
people will adjourn to Sirkin Hall
for an Oneg Shabbat luncheon and
an informal talk from Dr. Irving
1 l.ehrman The monthly luncheons,
part ol the school curriculum, arc
held iii conjunction with the ex-
panded youth activities program
of the Temple sponsored by the
Youth Commission, chaired by
Mrs Murraj Maisel.
Youth and I'SY breakfast for
high school seniors will he held
on Sunday. 10 a in.. followed by
breakfast in Sirkin Hall.
Temple Beth Shirah Sunday will
be celebrated this Sunday. Feb. 14,
at groundbreaking ceremonies for
the Temple's new-
educational wing.
The function
will also mark
Beth S h i r a h s
fourth anniver-
sary,
Chairman Mar-
vin B. Guberman
said that the
building will con-
tain ten class-
rooms, a library. GUBtKMAN
convertible chapel and caretaker's
quarters.
The building was designed by
Seymour Drexler, architect, and
made possible by the following
families, each of whom desig-
nated a room: Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Abel, Mr. and Mrs. David
Bended. Mr and Mrs. Seymour
Cohen, Jack Dolinger, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Ehrich, Mr. and
Morris Herman,
Marvin Hoilub,
Milton Matter,
Norman Miller,
Herschel Levy, and Mr, and Mrs*.
Morgan Levy.
Spiritual leader is Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop.
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
and Mr.
the bank
at the head
of the mall
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
and Mrs. Sam Sherman.
The Hebrew and Sundaj school
classes, under the direct.mi ol Can-
tor Herman Gottlieb, w ill hold an
assembl) for parents in honor ol
the dedication, following which
luncheon will be served.
On the Building Committee are
Wilbur Aaronson. Lee Aerenson,
Seymour Drexler. Sidney Haus-
man, Morris Herman, and Abe
Smukler.
"Dedication Committee includes
Mr and Mrs Wilbur Aaronson. Mi-
ami Mrs Perry Altfield, Mr. and
Mrs. David Bendell. Mr and Mrs.
Seymour Cohen. Mr. and Mrs.
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Paqe 14-A
+ lewis* fttridHinr
Friday. February 12. 1955
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Sachar's \\ History of the Jew' in a New Edition
jeading abram L. Sachar's
** A History ol the Jew" is like
reading a., absorbing novel The
ifth edition ol this honk ol Jewish
ia one volume, published
.;. Knopf, has now appeared and
.,h chapter there makes nlisorb-
i adin This is because the
mthor i( 1 01 only a good historian
"! al o a \ erj good v> riter The
Look is beatitifullj written and can 1.....11 sidered a
classic work 0! hi toric scholarship n not only con
veys historic facts, bul it presents Ihera against a
1 ackgrotmd of the general atmosphere of the time
1:1 which they look place
Thus, one acquires an excellent picture ol the
developments in Jewish hie ol ancienl tunes ol the
I; blical period <>nc learns much of the growth ol
.'.ml, reaming in the post-Biblical period, when the
Talmud was developed. Also ol the rise ol Jewish
culture in Moslem Spain in the Golden \ ;e period.
1 the Jewish personalities of that period, and later
Fall ot Jewish life in Spam which culminated
with the Inquisition ami the expulsion ol the Jews
I: om Spain
o. < gets a basic picture of the fate ol tin- .lew-
in the Mid lie Ages and of tin' four bloodj centuries
for the .les in Christian Europe He 1- fascinal
bj the chapters describing the emergence ol such
personalities as the Baal Shem, the Vilna Gaon,
Moses Mendelssohn and their tremendous influence
on Jewish hie in the 18th centurj and later Tin
birth o: Hassidism, 01 the Kaakala movement, ol
Zionism, of Reform Judaism and other cultural at
religious changes thai took place in Jewish Ufa :in.
iiKi-i tmprossiv e > pr > Dr Sachat
eneral conditions of hie in that period
His chapters on Jewish life In Russ'a are brought
up in tins new edition until the Khrushchex period
depicting lh( bt U anti-Semitism nol onlj in 11
C'zarisl time bul also under Stalin Mis chapters 0
-tin. and hi the Male of Israel are brought up
until alter the Eichmann trial
The book bj the president of Brandeis Univer-
sity should find its waj into everj Jewish home .1.
this country, now that we talk so much about tin
importance of Jewish education.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
State Dep't. Can 7 Accept Anti-Nasserism
v, ashington
THE STATE DEPARTMENT cannot accept the
' la.-! thai Congress, reflecting American public
in, wants to sever aid to Egypt and end ap-
peasement of Egypt's Nasser regime. The Depart
men) was stunned b) the surprise 20-4 to ll" House
vote for an amendment banning food shipments to
Egypt The amendment was attached to an agri-
culture appropriations bill bj Rep Robert Michel,
Illinois Republican, and drew support from all Re-
publican* and manj Democrats
The Department did not conclude from the
action lhal America fell Nasser had goni i<
far. Departmenl official- made si) suggestions thai
Congressmen backing Ihe tnendmenl were cithei
dominated b> vindictive Jewish constituencies ot
i so reactionary they would take the bread from
Ihe mouths ol Egyptian children Newsmen \\eiv
told that adoption of the measure by the S
would undermine American influence in Cairo, and
cause Nasser to behave badly
Man) Senators are coin meed, however, that
America has no more effective influence in Cairo
\a-ser v contempt for America reached the point
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Battle Lines on Aid to Education
THAT MASTER ol Ihe COncet
I.Mid in li Johnsonhas un-
furled his educational aid spectac-
ti >overt) backdrop.
ihe makings
- II : federal
to rcli ils. I resident
I 5 fOl
1.0 : '.Hit-
mitted, ha been vcrj w I rei

iiiiii American bo) -
tis of post-k .i e
solid approach to
projects, call- loi i._
ional laborato alive about oi k
ii
i is promise ot more teaehei
.
Mong S t Shrivi povertj i
the new Johnson editorial proposals i
"lit cv cry possible appioach i" l<
thi lucatlonal needs "t crowded and depres
..... ell .< the i in al po
need
Itif objeettves i- clear ihe projects constriM
. mtiv< Bul ..lor: with ihe grand
eur oi this lush enterpt the obvious risk oi
IM ) largel) b) indirection to
short lip religious indoctrination And it and when
the dav conies for the Supreme Court to hold Ihese
procedures violative .>i the First Amendment, the
Conn-- critics will unleash upon thai tribunal a
voli-'.v lhal will make previous attacks dwindli l.i n
eehn
i ii itizens foi Education! I 'n
.mips lobbying for federa
has made quiti cleai
. an marshal in favor ol that tivi \
ave bi ( .
i!i. \n.. : .i jchool population i.s n
io -. and that the town and cit\ governt
an thi- -pared some
informed also thai failure to help
dual -. hool children finani iallj is tanta a
tist these children It has be ri
. nted oul to us that di eel ints lo those i i
- are not necessai y: ft nefits
And the fringe benelits will now I
i ominf fe leral funds ill be us fo Itn p
' placed in the hand- ol i i
en Supplemental edueatioi centei will
: le help for Ihe boys and girts
U;ovi all, the much i k .mu little un
Sh red Time (or Dual Efit illmajitt Plat
move closer to the center of elemental)
ondat in | Hates rite ta.-k
forci i reparing Ihe Johnson proposal has put
stress on this device and we are certain now to
hear more alxilll It
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Arabs Still Threaten Water Carrier
Jet usah in
AN ANNOUNCEMENT hen the other
^* dav revealed thai squads of newly
formed Arab organisations have mid
trated into Israel "with the intent to
sabOtagi The announcement followed
a Cairo Radio broadcast which claimed
that saboteurs had damaged installations
of Israel's National Water Carrier.
While hitherto the origin of these
would be .sabotage squads, who claim to be former Pales
tinians. had been concealed. Damascus Radio this wok
officially admitted thai Syria is behind these gangs an(i
gave their name as el-Asifah The Stormlroopers. In
line with the Cairo broadcast, the Damascus Radio an-
nounced that units of this organization have already killed
scores of Israel soldiers and caused heavy damage to
the Water Carrier.
Well, no Israel soldiers have been killed and no dam-
age to the Carrier had been done. The attempts made so
far have all been foiled b) Israel-, sccurpv Forces
in a clash, one ol the intruders was wounded ami
tui ed.
However, while not now representing a real threat.
these sabotage attempts are a ver) real danger signal
winch must nol be ignored, especiall) when taken within
the wider context oi the emerging Arab scheming aimed
ai depriving Israel of its water resources as well .is
within the context ol Nasser's maneuvering and obje
tives
The aim had been quite frankly announced m a si He
ment issued after the four-day meeting ol Arab Ministws
in Cairo. It declared that -all countries Invoked had
agreed to continue with the implementation of Ihe Jor-
dan River diversion project to counter Israel's National
Water Carrier."
Israel made it clear that such a move, aimed at de-
priving her of her just share of the Jordan River oyMem
as laid down in the Johnston Unified Water Plan would-
m the words of Premier Levi Eshkol-'be considered as
though it were an encroachment on our borders "
whe e he I I i to tak< hci
io heli with ii Nas pi Ihen brag ed ol his ship
men's ,1, soviet arms t" the pro-CommunisI I
golese rebel.- who an busily hunting and she I
American i n iries
The House action did nol come out of the clear
sk) cr as the "petulant gesture" depicted in so i
pro Administration newspapers Egypt had abused
Ihe United States through vituperative press and
radio assaults, pushed for the ousting of American
bases m ihe Near East and North Africa burned
he l s hbiaiv in Cairo, diverted funds for pur
cha r oi Soviet arms hacked the pro-Communist ele-
ments m the Congo, and participated in other i
gressive and subversive activities Although some
Administration spokesmen were read) lo link pro
Israel sentiment with the amendment, there was
enough ol a ease against Nasser even II Israel did
not exist
The line thai "the Jews'- H-pre behind the anti
Nas.ser amendment was refuted b> votes ol three
Congressmen ol lewish faith against it They were
Representatives Charles Joelson, v rse) Dcm
"-'' Joseph > Re nick and Richard Ot linger, both
New V'ork Hi
M "' Den oi rats who favo end
ii i mi v.e-e from disti ts with few Jev
in eld fri Israel, Speaker ol the ll
John Met ormack, ol Massachusetts, found
'" 'l: posi.....' of Admimsti n,
lr) to defend Na set bul ut it of the
i with foi
vo ii d cenfideiK e I ic I resi I
.|,
to tl I -
Panorama:
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
Bad Report Card
M
TH7.?s whose children
r&. ,i '.
i -'nil I hiircli.il v, .,
on. oi the great f the cm
-, ,..
i! He was left li hind in one i a-> fn
three years Chun ill tl on this h lp
I him in his careei Hfis p M<
il an exeHiei I ti'acher ,
ind i hurchill credited him with | Ivin L
,' v">' on in I.,, i,,e world ,.,
"'''""" '' thankful tor this We recall l
Stirring Churchill,.,,, phi .- which aroused the
ivorld
II is interesting lhal his retative. Ode Wingate who
Bimosi ., hallowed memon in Israel as the founder ol
he Jewish defense lot io met considerable frustra
""" '" a ,,,,,,, Wngatt.....ce said thai he himself as ,,
youngster had been buffeted about, and he fell the Jew
ish people had undergone the same experience, so he
wanted to help them
Wingate was something Of a m.vsl.c. and the restor
"> Israel, fulfill,^ Biblical prophecy, no doubt had
an esoterh stgnMletnee lo bim. but the,e ma) have been
'ins other motive too Our motives are often very com
lex UnreWI liked to dilate on that subject.' What
makes ihe individual perform in his own unique way?
Very often, Churchill thought, it is nol the influence ol
he great or the important that is the Strong influence
may be some unimportant person, Indeed, some un
iiendh person, or some trifling casual circumstance, lhal
molds our whole lite
."'"'h!'1 hi,d ;1 **'y U|h respect for Wingate. Win-
gale, like l hurchill had the qualit) of boldness, even au-
dacity which Churchill admired and exhibited, agreeing
with the Talmud ,n this, which says that even God yields
to chuipah. onee an English general, after conferring
With Wingate. returned, saying he believed he had left
something.
"Yes. replied. Wingate. "a bad impression."


Friday. February 12. 1965
+Jenisit JrJcrfdfinn
Page 15-A
House Aid Decision Revoked
Continued from Page 1-A
lcrnational aggression." He
Vionej extracted from the
. American taxpayers
ll(1, be used te support ac-
. inimical i<> our interests."
Leonard Farbstein. New
voik Democrat, who ;lso is a
,.,. 0i the House Koreisn At-
,, Committee, urged reteniion
prohibition. He said
, i had achieved no re-
D> assisting the Nasser re-
in K-M' Mr. Karbstein
,1 -Lei us hot pursue a pol-
io in Ihe Middle Bast that could
l0 a crisis like that in the
i .,- He cited Egyptian in-
I,, ,-ention in the Congo and Iran
am| said "the majority of Ameri-
cans will not tolerate insults and
policies ft Nas.ser an) longer."
C.her members of the House
rose to support the aid ban. Rep.
Seymour Halpcrn, New York Re-
pi b.'ican, cha-C|>d that U.S. as-
sistance programs allow Nasser
to divert his resources to ag-
gression. Mr. Halpein called the
-lot* Department policy in the
Middle East "utterly iltogicUl,"
and challenged the Department
to show where the U.S. has made
any headway in its Nasser-ori-
ented policy.
Rep William Pitts Ryan. New
York Democrat, asserted that
.Nasser has continued to show his
contempt for the government and
the people of the U.S.A. Minority
Leader Ceraid Ford, of Michigan.
said the actions of Nasser war-
rant the action taken by the
House of Representatives, and
lUTged the Mouse to stand its
ground. Rep. Paul Pindley, Illi-
nois Republican, said that a re-
buke to Nasser is long overdue.
Rep. F Bradford Mor e Massa
chusetts Republican, maintained
that the L'.S. not send assistance
to aggressor nations, such as
Egypt
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Miami. Florida. Friday. February 12, 1965
Section E
[ 3
i ii completing plans for 'he membership tea beinq spon-
, v Womon o! Mesivta High School ol Greater Miami
K Wednesday is (seated center) Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky.
resident. Standing (left to right) are Mis. Sylvia Zemel, Mrs.
hi. life membership chairman. Mrs. Max Stemstein.
foe Alexander Moskovits. Committee members not shown
ire Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, Mrs. Phillip Jacobi. Mrs. Louis
Kment, Mrs. David Abraham. Mrs. Bessie Galbu*. Mrs. Ben-
Kornreich, Mrs. Hannah Berqer. Mrs. Henry Grauden.
[ Reai, Mrs. Sue Herman. 'See fctary. Page 13-B.)
BB Women Slate Varied Events
Mrs, David Sachs, president,
B'nai B'rith Women's Council ol
Miami, has announced Hiiit prizes
will be awarded in the group's
fund-raising event scheduled for
Thursday, R p.m., at the Coral Ga-
bles Holidaj Inn. Mrs. Mike Light,
fund-raising chairman, will intro-
duce the entertainment lor the
c\ ening
WeM Miami Chapter will have
;i game night on Saturday, Feb.
27. .it Hilled House on the L'ni
versitj o| Miami campus.
On Tuesday noon, Anne Prank
Chapter will meet at the Park
I ane Cafeteria Guest speaker will
be Rev, Thomas V Clifford, St.
Thomas Aquinas Student Center,
University <>! Miami, whose sub-
ject "ill be "Ecumenical Council
Now Dimensions of Brother-
hood Meeting is open to the
public.
on Tuesday, Feb. 2::, t p.m., the
chapter will have a card and games
party at Southwest Jewish Center
There will be prizes and refresh-
ments.

Coral Cables chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday, 8:300 p.m. at
liillel House. 1KKJ Miller Dr. Eve-
ning ''ill be in honor of Brother'
hood Week Guest speakers will
be Dr. Donald Michelson. direc-
tor liillel House. Universitj ol Mi-
nn and Fr. Theodore R. Gibso
director of Christ Epis :op
Church, and a member ol the n
tional board ol NAACP.
Music "ill he provided bj 11
choral group ii'cmii the Booker
Washington Junior High Schot
Fr. Jesus Nuevo, head ol tl
Belen Jesuit Preparatory Schoc.
will present a group of boys
vocal and instrumental selectioi
Gilbert J. Belkin chapter w
have its regular meeting on We
nesday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m. at tl
Everglades Elementary Schoc
8:!7(i sw 16th St. Mrs. Herbe
Heiken of the Anti Defermatii
League ill conduct a "Rum
Clinic."
itinq the election of David May as president of the
Club at the Deauville Hotel las* week are (left to right)
and Mrs. May: former U.S. Sen. Harry Cain; and Mr. and
/s. Edward T. Newman.
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boys' ami ivi'n mvn's
Irani II illliums miiniiinrtiirvr
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It
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this area, Ruth and
- ii ol Manhattan.
lioni j ..t the Holly-
h Hotel Recent Ij
lioi ,:n i xtended trip
ni. they'll motor to
the Mardi Gras
(lore wending their
Meanwhile, t-hej re
ich apart
permanent winter
tl Gold Coast .
al Gable ites among
\ ihi home ol
U.s. .1 .1 Mosko
i Mr and Mrs Her
\ e Grossin
Samuel Kronicks, Mr
Irvi :g New mark. Mr.
'!i Ian; Pines and Mrs
-'i rago u hose hus-
hora sn w as in Japan
' ol .it the parl\ K\ p-
ip honor of former
It Cables residents Mr and
iamin Issenberg, \ i--it
Irani Boston
l'i and Mrs Irwin Ii Makovsk>
fceiving all kinds ol congratu
Uotis '.ii the newspaper stories
leaded here last week on son
H.i Rabbi Arthur Scbneier
Spiritual leader Ol Con
'.atjnn Zichron Ephraim
New Vurk, Rabbi Scbneier
pentlj conducted ceremonies
pit iting a bronze plaque on
' i ade ol the synagogue "to
- iel '. i n" What gives
: iv particular piquancy is
dded information that the
" is across the street
n the Soviet Union's Mission
I Nations Th<
ta Makovsk> and
irent>
R and K ren 3.
iami artist Ri gj inich
whose oil painting, "Mother and
Children." has been bought bj
the "..'..awaj Gardens Galler>
m Pine Mounta n, Ga where it
had been on exhibition, also re-
ici.tis -bowed batiks iii the Flor-
ida Craftsman's show in Orlan-
do and the Mint Museum of Art
m Charlotte N.C Wife ol
Joseph Yanich and mother ol j
tour, rangin \ in Bge Irom to i
m multi-talented Regi "i.<:n
lans a staggering schedule
Art ii.r.-ctor at Temple Israel
v here she teaches Hebrew, she
directs Israeli folk (lancing at
Beth Sholoin and is art director
ni the Solomon Schnechtet Daj
School \iul for good measure
she's now doing the choreogra-
ph? i"!' ii USY groups, close to
400 .Main- people, who will pre
sent an Israeli Folk Dance Festi
.,l here in the spring
the 3.....1,000 suffering Jews ol

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she arrived in tin Unite States al twenty-live not know.v;
the language, havii no mone> and no friends. i:
like a bad dream. Helen's father was a wi ilthy tai
in Hungar\. wta re sb< went tc school to study business
so that she could keep her father's books Then tl
changed rapidly as the Communists took over Hungary
farms were soid. and the bonds received in return ha
\alue. Helen's lather a> president of hi> temple: and
the rabbi of the temple was the lather of the former Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation director hen. In Benjamin
Rosenberg.
The Ro.-enberg family managed to get Helen to Amer-
ica. She lived in New York and worked on a newspaper
Believing in (iod and the power
of prayer, and so grateful to be
allowed to start a new life. Helen
sent half of what she earned back
home. Helen kept llei laith even
though it was hard her whole
family was destroyed during the
Hitler era She met and married
her husband. Morris Lipp. in Mi-
ami
It was difficult to -it Meier,
who still retains a v isp 11 an
to talk about herself. Her
favorite conversation is Morr
l. |>" < ho according lo I
, nd Miami Beach, for that matter.
.i n.-i cated -I iei list -
sacrific ii ion who lives sleeps
and breathes for goli welfare ol his community.
While Helen can make ail the marvelous lluncarian
dishes, especially chicken paprikosh. her husband Ikes
plain American cooking: broiled steaks, lamb chops and
roa.-t beef. They 20 to concerts and the opera, enjoy r<
laxins with friends at dinner, and like an occasional game
of chess.
Helen has been on the Sisterhood Board of Tempi"
Beth Sholom for the past 18 years As vice president of
ORT. she brought in the most new members Her name
is on the roster of just about every organization in town
Helen has a keen sense of humor and is fun to be with
She has an uncanny awareness of when a person is in
trouble and does something about it. She has helped mam
people and projects, but keeps her assistance to herself.
Presently, she is sending money and packages to three
different families Helen has been back to her homeland,
finding it difficult to reconcile the beautiful country she
left with the l"ommuni.-t country that it ha* become. Be-
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of the goodness of her own heart, she hcrseif is helping
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Beach BB Women Conduct Regular February Meetings
1 1 B 'i.i B'rith
n will be 1 nd fted d
nS to an announ
cement oi Miami Beach 1 ouncil
.. h
CHji Chapter eets idaj J!
Hotel. Pro-
. ,th :
, ir n m hulman,
r ol Anti er
i),- intro-
n^. erstein,
Mrs Paul Gaier,
-lien; Will
Mrs Ruth Corey.
Hatikvah Chapter meet- Tue- Miami, will address
it 1 ,, m al the Morton Towers Mrs Geraldine Kunken i
,.., Broth rhood pro vice president Presidei
:.,.n prepared by chair John Benjamin.
man. Mrs Gertrude Solomon.
. ,., a birthday parts
.nil u* given f< 1 the PhMnn Club,
committee under the lead
, : Mrs Ida < oopt 1
Prc.-id rile G. Klu
Miami Beach Chapte- m
-day noon at the D
lei. Mrs. \.
ol mm cal si cti
will lollop thi
,- Mrs Sally I
Mencrah Chapter meets Tu.
I thi iliami Beach Fe
ngton a -;!r "
12 30 p m speak on "Thi 1
nelson, director therhood." Presi
North Shore Chapter
day. 1 p m at the Di iu i]w
Rabbi I'hme.i- \ ..
ohe\ Shalom Cor.
I
Freedom Chapter meets Tiiurs-
ay, 1 1 18 12 30 p.m at the
le Communit) Center. A
i:.e Threi Daughters
.ho is a Good Jew?" by Sara H.
Schmidt. 1I1 be given
A Story on liabbi Akiba and
..taobi Judah Hanasi will al>o be
.iven by Mrs Bernard Austein,
program chairman President i>
..I;s Harold Dutkin
Harmony Chapter meets Tues-
day. Feb. 23. at Chase Federal
Saunas and Li an Association. 41st
St. and Sheridan Ave.. at 8 p.m.
"Brotherhood" will be highlighted
\ 1 lonnsti n .1-- stanl d rec
tor. Fi Ri Inti D< lama
( will bi 11 -' spi aker
On Tuesday. 8 p m a card par-
ty will el '- and p 1/ -
isle Hotel
lack Dernis
Dr Donald
H ii,: llous al the
i-sitj ol Betty Teitelbaum
A
Sinai Will Host All-Day Seminar
Mount Sinai Hospital will plaj
liost lor Ihe Florida Leagw lor
N'ursing to all medical and nurs-
ing personnel in the area who wish
lo attend a:i all-day St min.ir on
Fcb 18 in Ihe Louis E. w
Auditorium. General theme will
Sursmg th< P rson ol the
Patient
1 hairi g th ss on will Mrs
Hi Howlett. with Mrs Carmt 1
Ross, director ol nursing education
at Mount S I. -"id Mrs
Adeline Haiduck. assistant direc
tor ol nursing education, -
o.i the committi 1
Mrs L>l
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Learning. Growing He
'Working with the Fee
Patient "
A question and ans
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foung Adults to Don:?
An open house dan<
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Paqe 3-B
-e undei way for the John F. Kennedy Memorial
\ 3a 11 to be held Sunday. Mar. 7. at the Diplomat Hotel.
I jj| are Mrs. Norman Giller. 4500 Prairie Ave.; Arthui
1 20 Daytoma Rd., s'ate chairman of the library
",-rve Abbv Moore, 1500 Bay Rd., who are
I
. black-tie charity ball.
Interfaith Affair
At Temple Jirdea
Temple Judea, in an effort to
further interfaith understanding. i-
pt 'paring a pre ntal in entitled
The Holidays That -; sin O'
i\ ed'" for a regular Sisterhood
meeting on Tuesday.. 8 p.n......
the Temple.
Throuj !i the joint i (foiIs ol Sis
terhood and Brotherhood Mrs Eve
I ilfman is rehearsing the as-
embled talent ol Sisterhood mem
hers in a dramatic presentation
with choral accompaniment, that
!l explain the rituals ol the Jew
i-.li holiday, .is (hey are observed
in the home Narration for the
oresentation was prepared under
the supervision ol Rabbi Morris
Kipper.
'I he local clergj ol t te i oral
Gabies area, as well as their Sun
da> School teachers, have been
urged to attend Invitations have
been prepared for public school
i 'nHnalii and Iheir tacult\
Dade Heights Senior Citizens Medical Center
Appoints Two
A special meeting or the Senior
Citizen- ol Dade Heights on Sun
lav. l p m at \\ ashington Fe i
eral, 699 NE luith St.. included
:ames and refreshments,
i;il. 099 NE 167th St will in
elude games and i 'n sbmei
Beth David Fete
New Members
Charles '/. Spin [am, chairman
i Bi th David membership and
good will committee announces
hat the congregation will h st b
breakfast for 65 new members and
wives on Sunday morning in Spec-
tor Hall.
Catered l>\ l.l"\ d A p pie. the
informal get-together is planned
to help newcomers to the Iteth
David family get acquainted with
fellow congregants and leader- ol
'he emi relation
Tun Da'le Count} women hi
been named national ol fit ers of
the American Medical I i nti
I Thej are w rs Bertram Th n pe,
5225 Collins Ave.. national
membership chairman, and '
Joseph Schaffer ol 2565SW i
Ave., national living tree ch
nan
The Center is non-sectan
and there i> no charm- for p.;-
tients.
Chug Ivri Discussion
General discussion will follow a
talk on "Sabbath and Holidays in
Jewish Life" to be delivered hy
Paul Lichter before the Chug Ivri,
Hebrew-speaking group of North
Miami Beach, on Thursday. Feb.
16. at 2 p.m.. in Temple \er Tarn-
id.
JM SALUTES
GIVENCHY-ISRAEL FASHION SHOW
kWlfuftJv.
iO0* *LA-* *miON
is Bess Myerson
Mrs. Abba Eban
JM salutes the Bonds I Israel
Fashion Show and lu
noon Friday. February 19th. in
the grand ballroom of th
Fontainebleau Hotel. You'll see
a premiere of designs by France's
Hubert de Givenchy and Israel's
finest couturiers and craftsmen.
Miss Bess Myerson. television
personality and former
Miss America, will do the
commentation. Mrs. Abba Eban.
wife of the Deputy Prime Minister
of Israel, will be an honored guest.
The show will be staged and
coordinated by Jordan Marsh.
For Information call JE 2-7351.


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Book Review At Emanu-EI
Mrs Herbert S. Shapiro, presi
Brunch will be served ;it 10
dent. Sisterhood of Temple Emanu- in the Temple's North
Bnd
El. and Mrs Sam l.uhy Jr., PTA Building. 77th St. and Dickens a3
president, announce that the two' The |aS| 00rtk revjett ^ I
groups will co-sponsor a book re- held on Mar 1(1 Bock 0| %\
view on Wednesday Drunch Club i> par) ol the ii
For the second session ol -Book education program ot Temp,
of the Brunch" Club. Dr. lrrlng Emanu-El. Mrs. Philip Taw
Lehrman will review The Man.' Mrs Howard Grimier are co-dj
bv Irving Wallace men of the serio.
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Members of the
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Irs. E. E. Bloom,
Fashionplate '65 Committee
Mrs. A. Herbert M a t h e s
to right) Mrs. S. J. Halperin,
Mrs. Herbert Tenenbom, and
Mrs. Alex Manson. Ten leading fashion salons
ore banding together for this outstanding pre-
sentation of couturier creations.


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CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
Ten Leading Fashion Salons Band
Together for Unusual CJA Women's Affair
lVn leading fashion salons have
tided together on behalf of the
imbined Jewish Appeal to pre-
nt "Fashionplate '85" at the
en Roc Hotel On Monday noon.
r eb. 15, i' was announced by Mrs.
Inez Krensky, chairman of the
.. >men's Division.
Committee for the Initial Gifts
luncheon, headed by Mrs. .lack
ilin, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs.
Stanley Prehling announced that
the following leading salons. Ce
Lan, Adrian Thai. Wilma, Babs.
SoTa Fredericks. Deborah Regal.
Harriet Stroke. Saks Fifth Ave.,
J >;in AblMJtt and Elizabeth Arden.
..ill present couturier creations
Irom their own collections and the
. orks of famous designers. Furs
' Adrian Thai will provide the
linishin^ touch for fashion pre-
- ntation.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes will
....ain serve as coordinator of the
Fashionplate Committee, it was
inounced by Mrs. Frehling. who
- serving as Initial Gifts chair-
man m charge ol the fashion
show.
Members of the Fashion Show
Committee will be Mesdames E. E.
Bloom. S. .1. Halperin. Alex Man-
son and Herbert Tenenbom. Com-
mentary will be provided by Mrs.
Bernard Stevens.
Mrs. Jerry Blank will captain
the volunteer models who include
the following: Mesdames Frankie
Waxenberg, Milton Weiss. Harry
Lew is. Harry Smith. Harry Mut-
son. Robert Rautbartl. James Fur
long. Man Coffey. Peggy Schul-
man. Stuart Gordon, John Owen.
Herbert Kern, Robert Jaffe. Jul-
ian Rickles and .Kick Goldberg
Two additional highlights of the
presentation will be music by Mon-
roe Kasse and unique hair styling
for the model- through the cour-
tes) of Louis and August.
"A stunning anil diversified pre-
sentation, this unprecedented co-
operation by the community's
leading couturiers is an indication
that thej too are aware of the vital
importance of Combined Jewish
Appeal and the agencies ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
This helps make our community a
better one tor friends and neigh-
bors, and one in which we are all
proud to reside." Mrs Krensky
stated.
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Follow in1-: B short business meet- discussion period led by Mrs Don
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Knights ol Pythias Lodge at the Topic will be "Do Women Really
Surfside Community Center. 9301 Wear the Pants What do You
Collins Ave.. Monday. 7:30 p.m.. Think'
a joint program with the Ladies" Harry F.ilen. membership chair
Auxiliary, also having a regular m:m of ,,u' Knights, is conducting
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Chancellor commander is Fred-
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Beth Israel Ladies
To Meet Tuesday
Sisterhoi d <>t Beth Israel l 1
- nexl meet-
Feb 20
1!.' homi Mrs Louis Pollack,
Post Ave
Pn the fternoon will
be .1 Chinese auction, with M
Al Moskowitz, -U I 1 -
pn sidi nt !ion<
Mrs
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Friday*
February 12. 1965
*Jmlst> fhrlcHiii
Paqe 5-3
Plans Completed to Honor Couple;
Dr. Schwartz Will be Guest Speaker
a national Israel Bond leader, will
participate m the program, con-
a Menorah of Israel cere-
'uctinj
nionv.
MR. AND A1RS. ABBAM fOX
Dr. Joseph .1 Schwartz, world-
wkte-iexeeutive-iheadi-ol itbe Israel
Bond Oi on, \\ill be the
peakcr at I Li bor Zion
ists and Pioneer Women-Israel i
i >i ner ol State on \\ ednesdaj \ e
i,'ii.. i'. b 17. .ii Ihe Pontaincbleau
II '
I1.....red at the dinner will b<
Mr. and Mrs Abram Fox, in recog
n lion oi their "life-long service
to the State ol Israel, as well as
many civic and philanthropic
causes both in the United States
ami in Israel."
Mr. and Mrs Fox divide their
residence between Miami and Is-
rael, maintaining at home in Bat
Vain, a suburb of Tel Aviv.
Dinner chairman will be Dr.
Simon Wilensky, who pointed
forkmen's Circle Plans Activities
k.\ men's Circle activities for
elude a lecture with
,1 lieinstcin "ii Friday, B
ngton Ave. This
. ,, i on .\ Lesser Forum
, id in inonthl)
I-., | .-, i diti i- "i Dcr Wecker,
| ,,(or "ii bibliographic
( the YIVO and Vad Vo
Israel, will -peak on "The
and ihi Poor Man "1
. Folklore"
inn will upen with a
it) -hi. led b> M Gleib-
., her "i Ihe 1.1.. I'ereti
y ,ii- Circle Schools i"
r Miami
|The newest branch of the
orkmen's Circle, Meyer Lon-
n Branch 23, will hold a meet-
at 2 p.m., Friday, in the
ishington Federal, 1235 Wash-
gton Ave. Chairman is Max
Rikcll.
8 .tein will w the lecturer
S irdaj for YIVO at 842
n Ave Hi- topic will be
and Prejudice ot the
Movement."
n will make another sp-
un Sunda) t> i> m., al 25
n \vc 'I lie Jewish So-
cialist Farband and the Worker
men's Circle will honor Samuel
Wiener on his T5th birthday. Mr.
Wiener has been a member of the
Workmen's Circle for 51 years
Chairman, Ben Pearl, ot the
\uitli Dade Branch 1064, announces
there ill be .1 business meeting
on Sunday, '- p.m., in the North
Miami Beach Branch of Washing-
ton Federal.
1 1. I'eretz Workmen's Circle
Schools are preparing lor a lec-
ture on Feb. 23 with Dr Samuel
Portnoy ol Ihe Florida Atlantic
I'niversitj in Boca Raton The lec-
ture will be al 1545 s\\ 3rd SI Mrs.
Mary Daniels, recording secretary
"f ihe school board, is sponsor
lor tin......iiing.
Office "i the Workmen's Circle
"l Greater Miami 1- open daily at
940 Lincoln Rd. lor information
about meetings, functions and
1 embership. Mrs. Ida Poston Is
executive secretary.
out that, "Dr. Schwartz' pres-
ence -at the Himiei is in tribute
to the Labor Zionist movement
and to th honorees, Mr. and
Mrs. Fox."
Working closely with Dr Wil-
ensky are Dr. Isaac L'nterman,
honorar) chairman: Manuel -
stein. Mayshie Friedberg, Mrs.
Milton (,., en, lr\ 11,. aav .is mm
Joseph Zuckerman who art serv-
ing as vice chairmen.
Guest speaker Dr. Schwartz is
national vice president and execu-
tive head of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization, has gained worldwide |
acclaim for his leadership in the
mass rescue of more than a mil-
lion Jews as head of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and in direct-
ing the flow of hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars from the American
Jewish community lo Israel
through the United Jewish Appeal
and the Israel Bond Organization.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Belli Sholom and
e
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A highlight "i the festivities will
be a special program of humor.
srmys and Israeli dances J-o be
given bj the four Ayalons, who
gained tame initially as front-line
entertainers "I troops during ls-
rael's War of Liberation.
Serving as dinner coordinators
are, for Farband, Ben-Gurion
Branch, Manuel Bcrstein; Bia-
lik Branch, Morris Honigbaum;
Chaim Weizmann Branch, Moe
Levin; Cuban Branch, Samuel
Galfond; Lebediker Branch, Jos-
eph P. Zuckerman; Poale Zion
Branch, Dr. Simon Wilensky.
For Pioneer Women: Aviva
Chapter. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau;
Bebe Idelson Chapter. Mrs. Isaac
Offenhenden; Club No. l. Mrs. Jos-
eph Krantz; Club No. 2. Mrs. Ida
Liftman; Coral Gables Chapter.
Mrs. Louis Sachs; Eilat Chapter.
Mrs. Samuel Kovalsky; Golda
Meir Chapter. Mrs. Miriam Hal-
perin; Kadlma Chapter. Mrs Fred
Sandlei; and Tikvah Chapter,
Mrs. Mai Wagner.
Mr. and Mrs. Fox were select.
to receive the Israel Award
Honor "in recognition of a lifetin
ol dedicated service to the State
Israel and on behalf "f many p
lanthropic and community need-
Mr. Fox is a Trustee of Isra
.nd Sirs Fox is amortf a *handt
"i women in the ation hi a
Women "f Valor
Rabbi Labovitz in Review
Rabbi Eugene labovitz will re-
view "Friday, the Rabbi Slept
Late," for Temple Ner Tamid Sis
terh.....I on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Mrs
v.vn Fabric is chairing Ihe event


ON THE OCSAN AT A*th STRUT MIAMI BCACH. FUA.
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Spaciousness is the
keynote of your affair
amidst the plushness of
the Doral Country Club.
Weddings, confirmations,
banquets arc enhanced
by the country club atmos-
phere of this resort-estate.
For complete details, please call
Mr. Da\ id Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage
Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club
JE 2-3600
A new standard of
elegance on Miami
Beach. Superbly
planned and executed
weddings, luncheons,
business meetings
... ranging from
10 to 1000.
gathered for you
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"So Laugh a Little" is the title >/
Molly i'i, on's book but I must con-
fess I laughed a lot. It is curiously
a/,; sin,n; {since ii is so chic '
celebrities t" look back in anger
and admit that they really hated
ihcir mother) \,i read this ndcar-
//,".' account <>l Molly's childhootl,
materially threadbare but rich in
ivarmthandloveand"Ostrowisms."
For the heroine is Grandma Ostron.
"who was IIO one that anyone had
1 rer heard <','. who made no mark
on the tlnu s. but Ihi has given /
in my heritage her capacity fm
laughter, for humor, /or a joyous
appreciation of life Itself."
"Moll> dolly." as kef fans Iminglv
call her. first lad> of the ^ Mdbh
Ihcater, madi' her hriiiiani Broad*a)
iIcImii in Ihe smash hit musical. "Milk
Mid Honey." She'll In: starring in Ihi
lilm *crsiun. Iim.
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Blend lnstam Chase & Sanborn
with dark brown sugar to make
a loiTee-type topping for toasi.
cookies, cakes, puddings, pics.
Servecompan) coffee with dcii-
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Your reputation as a gourmet
hostess blossoms as your guests
saxor the tang) citrus flavor.
1 in National Council <>f JewWi
Women pla>s a kej role in a BCfl peo-
urain designed h> the Hoard ol
kducatioa in New VorU < ii> for
"drtadvantaBed" pre-schoolers, rhe
Ncn York Seclloo has hven asked to
niTiiil lolnnlwrs. II figures! I lie
Council (iih a 71-year record nl
public sen ice) has pioneered pre-
kmderuarien projects all o>cr the
counlry. 'or Jewish women have .1
special commitmenl up education and
.i sense of communal respoiMibilil)
lhai is thousands o( yean "Id.
if"la*or oriental mokes plain
.10,11,1 beef ornamental," .,
\//, Marion Mirk I ong Island, os tin lillillX
I ion I 1 1 I
"Feeding hungry nmn and '
voungsti r.\ has U tight in
many 'fai 1 1 wi can gin*
chopped bee/." s''<' odds, "..> t//
in the b idget-maiieiiverahiliiy."
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1 \ cup water 1 nip so> sauce
2 tbsps sherry
1 tbsp ccrnstarc1! 2 tsps sugar
4 medium green peppers, cut in strips
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all deserving youngsters get a
chance lo further their education."
i cs. Chase & Sanborn Coffees and
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Friday, February y
Mother-Daughter
To be Honored
By Academy
Mr.- Morns Bicnenfeld and Mrs
Jerome Bienenfeld have been
i n as "outstanding Mother
and Daughter oi the Year" by the
Hebrew Academj Women's organ
ization. Mrs Leonard Rosen, pres-
ident, announced
rhej will be honored at a lunch-
c.ii al the Deauville ll"i<'l on Wed
nesday. Feb. -4
Formerly from Far Rockawaj
ai d Bal Harbor. N Y Mrs. Rose
Bit n mold is a noted figure among
the various women's organizations
where she has hold key positions.
She is widely known for her ex
tensive activities and interest in
Jewish educational institutions
both here and in Israel. Sinee
coming to the Greater Miami area
seven years ago, she has served as
a board member and officer of the
Hebrew Acadeim Women.
She i> a founder and chapter
president ol the Mizrachi Women
(.1 America, a board member of
i ssah. and of her synagogue
Sisterhood. Her husband. Morris.
is an honor a r> vice president of
U Hebrew Academy.
Mrs Dolly Bienenfeld is the
mother of two Academy students,
i and Howard, who have
Acacl. Students Present Play
ol an orig"
Mothers ol
m er
Still
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Small
ammic s o. sm cttak i
MRS. J[ROMt BliNiNfUD
been attending the school since
'heir arrival here She has served
in the Hebrew Academy I'TA as
a board member. She has also held
lce.\ positions in the Hebrem Acad-
emy \\omen"> Organization. Her
husband, Jerome, serves as treas-
MRS. MORRIS BUNMSID
urer of the Hebrew Academ)
Men's Organization.
According to Mrs. Jack Gerson
journal chairman and Mrs Jerry
Sussman co-chairman, a special
section of this year's book will i><
dedicated to them
The students ol the Greater Mi- Academy, will eel b
ami ,,,.,,, Academ) are plan tations
,,i g two performances
inal play. "The l
oln
The play written '>> Mrs Lil
B irton. English teacher at the
m> was to be present I o
rhuisdi > P m "> ,: schol
irUim On Sunda)
the play ill be seen
; r during The
oic< program
Included in the cast are Zvi
Lini oil Raananah
SMir.sky. as Nancj Lincoln; Steve
hantzis as Vbe Lincoln: Mark
Sch ckmai as Dennis Hank-. Jud]
Rubin .I- Mrs Spi rrow and Mir
,am Grccnberg. as Mrs Johnston
Susan Roth Ryan Dearr a d
Chaim Sukenik eivi as narrators.
Charles Ft ankle English teach
er and dramatics coach -it the

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Zionists Plan Yacht Cruise
Blintzes?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
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Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as the fine
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homes since 1837.
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It on the package means Kosher. Certitufl"
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Miami Cables District ol the
Zionist Organibation "t America
and the Brandeis Zionist District
ol Miami Beach will hold a jointlj
sponsored moonlight boat ride this
Naturd.i> evening on the Dream-
boat
The -hip will leave from the
Yacht Basin, 5th st and Biscaync
Blvd at : 45 p m for a three and
a half-hour moonlight cruise oi
Bisi aj ne Baj accoi dii g t" Fred
Haas, ol the Miami Gables Dis
m i, and MaM Raskin, <>i the Bran
eis District, co-chairmen ol the
affair
In addition m prizes, there will
special refreshments, dancing
and entertainment. Proceeds will
in earmarked lor the scholarship
: 11 the Kfar Si vci Agricul-
tural Trail ins li sliluti maintain
Camp Osceola
Reunion Sunday
Camp i isi la is hi hird
annu Sundaj at Hi-
I iscus Lo Ige, 955 Alton Rd Er-
> Marsh ill are look
forward to seeiny all Osceola
ci mpers and friends.
The gathering will begin al :i
p m and is expected to c n lude
at 5 p m Siiues taken last summer
will be shown. Program will also
include camp songs and refresh
ments.
ed by the ZOA in Ashkelon, Israel
In .haive of reservations are
Max Raskin and Max Parnes* As
sisIihl; on the committee are Abe
Kasow, Sam I i vme Meyer Fine.
Pauline Levick. Moses Meyer.
Greta Shubow, Morris and Rose
Simon Isaac Donen, Morris Min
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Rappaport, Ezra Finegold, Dr
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February 12, 1965
+Jewlst ThrHlrir)
Paae 7-B
Yallon to Appear At Hebrew Meet
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Solender, executive vice president, National Jewish
Board, addresses a noon session of the "For Your
on" Day program of the Federation of Jewish Women
(recently at the Seville Hotel. Left to right seated at the
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chairman; Solender, and
I -on Sirkin, president of the Southern Region of NJWB.
q (left to right) are Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Sid-
";s and Mrs. Sol Silverman.
re Aviv Rep
| be Speaker
. rcus C Nusbaum. Amor-
sentative. Neve Aviv Re
i lub in Israel, will be
speaker at a mot-tin- ii
nt In Israel" at the Al
1 on Thursdaj evening.
sbaum. who has just re
mi her third extended
Israel is a member ol
sah National Speakers
National Program
Shimon Yallon, consul general
'l Israel [or th<' Southeast Region
.1 the United States, will address
a meeting <>t Hebraists <>! Greater
Miami, sponsored by the Bureau
>1 Jewish Education and the
.Inwrton Histadrul Halvrit.
m Sunda>. t'rh 11, al s p.m.
The meeting, to be held in He-
brew will lake pi n < al Sirkin
l''1 Temple Emanu-El.
Yallon's subject ili i "Israe
: ;u i Hi n rj .'
Yallon, whose office is !n At-
lanta, studied B* Bonn Univer-
Home to Maik
7th Anniversary
Seventh anniversary, nl B'kir
Cholim Jewish Conva'escenl Horn'
will in' celebrated on Wedncsrlaj
12 :i p.m.. at the Algiers Hote1
according t<> an anr.ouncemei i bj
President Mrs. Joseph K Keiser
All life members will be honor
ed, anil Mrs. Maurice Calm will ty
Kiicst speaker.
Plans are also being made for
the Home's annual dinner dance
slated for Saturday, Mar. 20. at the
Deauville Hotel
sify before fleeing from Ger-
mny m 1933. in Palestine, he
was ac ve in pionee I 19 ef
,';rfs and becani? captain in
lha Hojanah.
\n ir thi 'ti tii the State
>: Israel, he joined the govern
u eli .it il!<-
Israel Embassy in Rome, then be-
came assistant secretary ol the
Ministry of Development, before
returning to the Ministry ol For-
eign Atiairs. when he was appoint-
. d consul general
("he meeting will be chaired by
Rabbi Shimon \zulay, president if
11 v m a Ion Gn etings will be ex-
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ecutive director ol the Bun
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SAILING ON A MIRROR OCEAN
The first of a series of dinner parties to be
given b) Hortense and Samuel Schwartz was at
the Ci>stal Mouse in honor of Mr. and Mrs. JOS
epli Levay. who are going on a cruise around the
world on the SS Caronia. Posters of ports when
the ship will stop and plans of the layout of the
ship decorated the lounge where cocktails were
the main attraction. Authentic luggage tags
from the Caronia were place cards. Matches
napkins, mats i gave a festive air to the long V-shaped table
which used the ship's colors of yellow, black and
red. Gold urns ol fresh flowers and tall red
tapers culminated in a replica of the Caronia on
a sea ol glass with attending tugs, banked by
greenery.
Among guests toasting the voyagers were tin
William Segals, who almost went on the cruise
too. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nayper. Mr. and Mrs
Gerald Liebscbutz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roden
berg. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Fcinberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Berthold Strauss. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bcr
liii. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Levinson. Mr. and Mrs
Alvin Oppenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mautner.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 11. Cohen. Mr and Mrs. Edward
Zucker, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berg. With
the desert, a chocolate and vanilla pie with a
crunchy crust. Robert Rodenberg who has a
lovely voice burst into song, and everyone joined
in with him. It was a most successful Bon
Voyage party
INAUGURATED INTO THE SEVENTY CLUB
Sam Goldstein was inaugurated at the same
time at LBJ. However, Sam's Inaugural Ball
to >U the form of a birthday party to celebrate
hi> 70th birthday. The colors used in decorating
H stview Country Club where Lena and Sam
greeted their guests were red. white and gold.
A big gold seal with Sam's initials highlighted
Hi" table where Sam sat with his family, his lour
sisters and brothers-in-law, his brother and his
wife, who all came in from out-of-town, daughter
Bl inche and her husband. Chester Ross, and the
two Goldsteins who live here. Pat and Charles.
and Grace and B.B.. and their children.
Among guests enjoying the gaj evening were
Mr and Mrs Samuel Seltzer. Mr. and Mrs. Sid
nev Meyer. Mr and Mrs William Stager Mr. and
Mrs Carl Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess.
Lge and Mrs. Harold SpaelU Mr and Mr. I
Hater, Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr. udMn
Nathan Cumcnick. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Cogen. Mr. and Mrs. Bn
Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Inger Mr and
Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr. and Mrs David IS. Hoch
berg Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kahn. Mr. and Mrs
Harold Landfield, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kra-
marskv. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waxenberg. Mr. am
Mrs. Max Orovitz. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stevens.
i
THE KIDDUSH CUP WAS PASSED
In a charming ceremony given In Rabbi
Morris Kipper at Temple Judea. Mrs. Sadie
Heifetz was honored on her 80th birthday. The
Rabbi passed the Kiddush Cnp to her. She sip-
ped it. and passed it down the line of her family
seated in the same row with her. Ruth and
Charles Jacobson. Mrs Blanche l.insky. Mrs
Wolfe Engelson, Herb and Peggy Jacobson. and
the younger grandchildren. Afterward, at the
Oneg Shabbat given by the Jacobsons. Miss Lola
Cherson poured tea at one end of the table beau
tilully arranged with a huge birthday cake and
extra fancy cookies; while at the other end. Sonia
(Mrs. Richard) Horwich ladeled punch Irem a
golden bowl.
Among guests wishing Sadie more happy
birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schulefand.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Gladstone. Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner. Dr.
and Mrs. Jess Spirer. Mr. and Mrs Aaron Farr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raff el. Mr. and Mrs Leo Rut
stem. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Alper. and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Kellman.
Marilyn Tollman and her lour children,
whom she calls "the Kinder.'" all have flaming
red hair. They gave Sadie a red wig so that she
will always remember them. Another unusual
gift was Irom Miss Cherson. She had a blown-up
copy made of a microfilm ot the New York Times
Of Jan. 5. 1885. and framed. That is how Sadie
found out she was born on a Monday. Birthday
calls from California. Chicago and Ohio finished
up the evening tor Sadie in tine style.
Frances Lehmn.
Friday, February 12, y
Jewish Music Month and Brotherhood
Week to be Observed at Donor Luncheon
A double >ervance of Jewish
usii Month and National Broth-
hoed Week v ill take place at the
inoi lunche n of the Women's
Division. American Jewish Con-
ess on Tuestlaj al the Roney
laza Hotel
The guest speaker will be
Max Karl, executive direc-
i lirisl ians and Jew -. who will
> Nn sai i
Adult Education
At Beth David
Beth David's Adult Education
lurses continue in conjunction
ih ihe I'u: Jew -'i Educa-
iin, v. iih instru< lion in Hebrew
ble classes an I le< un series
i llasses in Hebr and Bible are
Id from 8 t' 9 p m Rabbi Kluv
A l.evi delivers a lecture from
. to 10 p.m., and leads a discussion
ised on hi- talk
On Tuesday evening, topic ol
le lecture will be "The Synagogue
i Rabbinic Sources "
A special musical program has
been arranged by Dr. Paul Czon-
ka. conductor of the Miami Opera
Guild and former conductor of the
Sblzberg opera Company.
Planning the luncheon are Mes-
dames Harvej E Kramer, presi-
dent ol the Women- Division;
Jack Shapiro, member-hip chair-
man. Women's Division; Irving
Kaplan fund-raising chairman.
Women- Division; Sy Reese,
membership chairman. Biscayne
Chapter; Gertrude Mogul, board
member and recording secretary
Ol the Women's Division, Jean
elte Stern, board member and ce,r.
respon li >. se< retary. Women's Di-
vision: Benjamin Kamen, national
vice president, Women- Division
and treasurer.
Also Mesdames Leonard Sider-
>ky. president, Biscayne chapter:
Sylvia Silvers, president, Justine
Chapter. Sam Herder, fund-raising
chairman. Louise Wise Chapter;
Louis Cohen, membership vice
president, Louise Wise Chapter;
Isabelle Siavitt, recording secre-l
lary, Louise Wise Chapter; Irving
Quartin. program chairman. Mi-
ami Chapter.
Also Me.-dames Jeanette Gold-
Stein, Irene I'erbn Helen Duilell.
Sylvia Brown, Biscayne Chapter
board membership; Gertrude Lein-
er, Mollie Rudt, Maurice Cabn.
Harold Duiker. Samuel Me'.sel
man. Irving Westin, Trudy Ham
merschlag. Justine Chapter board
Also Mesdames Pearl Pomi r
antz, Joseph Albuquerque, presi
dent, Louise Wise Chapter; Anne
While, Irene Kaplan. Ruth Baum
and Rose Roth, Louise Wise chap-
ter; Anne Tanenbaum, donor
chairman, Louise Wise Chapter;
Lillian Townsend. hospitalit)
chairman. Louise Wise Chapter;
Sadye Raymer, Lillian Hersch.
Anno Topper. Eva Blum and Eliz-
abeth Leibowitz.
Also Mesdames Nata I laland
and Marj S. Cohen, executive vice
president Louise Wise Chapter
Shane, Siegel
Exchange Vows
Arlene Janice Siegel and
ert Anthony Shane were mai
in a double ring ceremon, .
Sunday. Feb. 7. at the Dea*.
Hotel m
The bride, daughter ot ,\|r
Mrs. Alfred M. Siegel, 1280,111*
ory Rd.. Keystone Island Xo 3
a graduate of Miami Beach
School.
The groom, son ol Mr and J
Charles Shane. Jr. ol Bavin
bor. attendeil Ohm state i.ni^
sity.
Following a honeymoon ;>,
Thomas and San Juan, then
v. ill live in Indianapolis, Inii
r v
MfS. 0BfT SHANt
Rabbi Richter on Radio
Kabbi Harold Kid'
pear over WKAT on Snnda>. ijl
p.m. His sermon. "ExpbratiM
the Inner World." is -wr.sorwi]
the Rabbinical Asso
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Fr-:-y. February 12. 1965
+Je*lshfk>ri
Paqe 9-1
MS. IfWJJ simoHt
Kays Reveal
Daughter's Troth
To Miamian
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kay. of Find-
lay, 0.. announce the engagement
I of their daughter, Marlene Frey
' dal, to Michael Aaron Lieberman.
son of Mr. an erman. 09 NW 40th Ct.
Miss Kay graduated from Smith
I College, Northampton. Mass., in |
1%4 and has attended Tufts Uni-
versity Graauate School of Arts
and Sciences. Medford. Mass.
I.ieherman received his Bach-
elor of Science and Master of Sci-
mce degrees from Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, where he
is now a candidate for the decree
ol Doctor of Science in electrical
engineerinu
lie was Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zamora, to which his family has
belonged for the past 13 years, and
' graduated from Miami Senior
High School where he received
the National Merit Scholar>hip to
MIT
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WYi n. r-K.thn
MKS. US1H T000
Carole Lenore Seiderman Becomes
ide of Newsman Lewis Simons
Temple Tifereth Jacob
The over 30 new families that
have joined Temple Tiiereth Jacob
in Hialeah will be honored at a
""Sweetheart" dance on Saturday
evening starting at 9 p.m.
Marriage Vows
For Miss Wax.
Leslie Todd
Marriage vows were exchanged
by Merrily Sue Wax and Leslie
Arnold Todd on Sunday. Feb. 7, at
Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph
Narot performed the 6 p.m. cere-
mony, which was followed by a
dinner at Kings Bay Yacht Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Daniel R. Wax of Holly-
wood. Calif., formerly of Miami
Beach. The bridegroom is the son
ot Mrs. Anne Classman and the
late Dr. Joseph Classman.
Wearing a bridal gown of white
brocade, the new Mrs. Todd had
-Mrs. Roger Sabastier. the bride-
groom's sister, and Mrs. Brandt
Wax as honor attendants.
Best man was Roger Sabastier.
and Brandi A. Wax. the bride's
brother, ushered.
The former Miss Wax attends
the University of Miami and is a
member of Alpha Lambda, fresh-
man women's honorary and Kap-
', pa Delta Pi. educational honor-
i ary.
Her bridegroom graduated with
. honors from the University of
Pennsylvania in 1956 and Harvard
I Law School in 1959. He is a mem-
Israeli Troubadors Sunday
Israeli Troubadors will be the.
artists appearing Sunday on the
Sunday Celebrity Series program
for children over six and their
parents. The performance, which
begins at 2:30 p.m., will be held
at the new YM-YWHA, 8500 SW 8th
St.
Havana Leader
To be Speaker
Adolph Kates, for over 40 years
a leader of the Jewish commun-
ity in Havana, will be guest of
honor at an open meeting of the
West Miami B'nai B'rith on Tues-
day evening.
A top Cuban industrialist before
Castro came to power, Kates' en-
tire fortune has been confiscat-
ed by the ne\. government.
Topic for Kates' talk will be
"Jews in Cub;.Before and Now."
ber ol Phi A pha riieta. national
honorary history society, Chan-
cery Club ant! Harvard Club of
Miami.
on their return Irom a wedding
trip to the Virgi.i Islands, the
couple will live ;.t 6271 Sutl-'t
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Lenore Seiderman
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te afternoon cere-
by Rabbi Joseph
Sunday, Feb. 7. at
try Club.
c newly weds are
:\:iil Seiderman. 3510
and Mr and Mrs.
hair Lawn. N.J.
ooning in Aspen.
le will live in Den-
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ptials, the bride
j gown ol candle-
with a mantilla ol
lusicai Chairs
if the Doral
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xecuth e director
lb his many mu-
.. Guy Lombardo
Canadian- to the
Tagging along in
the (.land Ball
St. James Trio
leposed from his
podium. Doral mu-
Mal Malkin, moves
intrj i lit) with his
le diiratii i ol Lorn
ough Mar 13.
currentl) con
n piistador Room
tub sw itches his
the intimate Blue
untry (
musical melange,
ii.- Latin rhythms
sw ing Shell Room
ai h Hotel, while he
ol Count Basic
m ho open at the
ST
Brussels lace and carried an ar-
rangement of camellias.
Serving as maid of honor was
Margery Lindauer. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Bennett Feldman, Mrs.
Leonard Lurie and Linda Gilman.
Best man to the bridegroom
was Paul Finkel. Richard W. Seid-
erman. the bride's brother. Ed-
ward Stern and Joseph Adler ush-
ered.
The new Mrs. Simons attended
Sophie Newcomb College of Tu-
lane University and earned a BA
degree from Jackson College of
Tufts University and a Master of
Science degree in journalism at
Columbia University. She is a
member ot Sigma Delta Tau Sor-
ority and served as editorial as
sistant on the stall of Newsweek
Magazine.
On the stall of Associated Press
the bridegroom attended Rutgers
I Diversity and graduated Irom
New York University. He received
a Master of Science degree in
journalism from Columbia Uni-
versity, and i> a member of Zeta
Beta Tau Fraternity and the Ma-
rine Corp- Reserve
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Fifth Annual Institute on Judaism Will
Be Held at Temple Beth Sholom Feb. 20
. he fifth annual Institute on Ju-
. ism foi public s< hool t<
\;..i ni B< a( h will b Id at
mple Bel on f
o ing the 11 ilai Sab
lh morning services at th Tom
Institute will be conducted
the Board of E I catii n an i th<
.:,! .i the PTA "i Beth Sholom.
11 take the form of a
cheon discussion, according to
oini innouncement bj the chair-
ol the School Board. Mrs.
ing N Kaplan, and the presi
. thi PT \ Mrs Sanford Le-
i
Subject to be discussed is "The
aning of Separation of Church
. State A Jewish Approach.''
i speaker will be Rabbi Bal-
(i ur Brickner, director of the
( remission on Interfaith of the
Union ol American Hebrew Con-
gsegations and associate director
of the Commission on Social Ac-
tion of Reform Judaism.
Rabbi Brickner is a distinguish-
scholar and author. He has
v itten "As Driven Sands," a
-: id\ on Arab refugees, and has
< ntribnted to man; periodicals
ai I journals
Rabbi Brickner was educated in
veland, ().. and is a graduate ot
University oi Cincinnati, with
IA in philosophy, and of the He-
w Union College, with a Master
Hebrew Letters He is a mem-
r of the National Association ol
lured People. American .Jewish
i nfi renci ol
Rabbis. Association ol
j a i omnium.) Re
Workers, ard Nati.-ni Vssoi iatwn
: lnt<
l [nstitu it 1
..is planned to highlight B
b> the Na
I erei Ch stia -
nd Je\ and
I the Dadi I i
Educatii on the Pli
.- i Institute
iard O. Roberts Northeast
Supei intend nt. Dale
-,' ols; VI ;" A
immons, principal. North Beach
Slementar; School: Eleanor Fien
berg, Elementary School directoi
Dade Count) schools; Leroy 1)
.-'ienberg, principal. Centra:
Beach Elementary School: Mrs
Harriett L. Bannon. principal.
Treasure Island Elementary
School: Steve Moore, principal
Miami Beach Senior High School
Mrs. Selma T, Hay den, princi-
pal, Bay Harbor Elementary
School; Stuart D. Wooley. pnnci
>al, Nautilus Junior High School:
Miss Nettie Goldstein, director ol
education, Temple Beth Sholom.
Elnora M Krueger, principal.
Biscayne Elemental> School: l)r
olomon Lichter. principal. Ida M
Fisher Junior High Scho.l: Rob-
ert T Waite, principal. South
Beach Elemental School. Rabbi
I eon Kronish, Temple Beth Sho-
lom
Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, chaii
RABBI BAlfOUR BRICKNtft
nan, Beth Sholom Board ol Edu
ation; Mr- Irving Kushman
hairman. Beth Sholom Adult
studies Committee; Mrs Sanford
Levine, chairman. Beth Sholom
PTA; Mrs Bennett Lee. chairman
Beth Sholom Luncheon Commit
tee
Byron Towers
-eatures Latest
'n Conveniences
Now open is the Byron Towers
ndominium at 8001 Byron Ave
Miami Beach
The latest multiple-unit aparl
men! building on the Beach i- a
.ix-storj high-rise building, featur
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in apartment at Byron Towers
ue assured privacy, particularly
symbolized bj the inside well.'
extending from the ground level
i the to|i floor, winch provides
a screened patio like atmosphere
a here neighbors maj gather for
axation and in formal visiting
Bathrooms at Byron Towers
feature tile from ceiling to floor.
Both the bathroom vanities and
the mica kitchen cabinets are
produced by Gen Industries in a
sioiide finish, with contrasting
gc.d-finish hardware.
Closets are especially roomy.
i.'.e occupying an entire bedrocm
wall. There is also a large walk
in. in addition to other closets
Kitchens have the latest Frigi
daire appliances. Ceiling is lumin-
ous, and the lloor is vinyl tile
There is a pass-through to the ad-
jacent dining area
Developer ol Byron Towers i>
Bob Schwartz, veteran contractor
Model apartments in B>ron Towers
are now open for public inspection
and may be seen daily and Sun
da> evenings by appointment
Zionist Unit Picks
"arbenbloom
To Direct Region
Frank r arbenbl K>m, ol Miami.
lot al Zionist .
hacc been named director
the other I Youth
ommission to succee I Gi
,..,, rtho resigned in the fall
Farbenbloom wili direct Camp
\ i and
tivitio- of S '
o\ ling i i i tea
n the Si'tttheast
\nnoun< ement of I
of the youth a gi
nd ZOA wa intly by
e co chairmen, Mrs '..
Birmingh; and
tr Edward Reisman, ol v
,,i
Born and educated in Dublin,
Ireland, Farbenbloom has been
actively involved in the Zionist
youth movement since 1945. In
19S3, he graduated from the In-
stitute for Youth Leaders in Je-
rusalem. He then served as city
director for the youth movement
in Glasgow, Scotland, in addition
to being director of the local
camp there.
Since coming to the United
states in 1956, Farbenbloom has
leen active in local civic organiz
tttons He served as secretary and
trice president oi the Miami Beach
IayC< e- and .v ;i- reel >. nt ol that
Jerusalem Official Here
Dr. Shar Yoshu\ Cohen, vice
mayor of Jerusalem, will address
the Jacob c Cohen Community
byagogue on Saturday morning,
according to an announcemel ol
Rabbi Tiber stern
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has served as immediate pa<
chairman for two > ear-
South Florida Youth Commit
Farbenbloom is married to th
former Elaine Jacobson, wl
graduated from the Leaders
stitute in Israel Thej
year old daughter and livi in Norn
Miami Beach
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Miamians Enjoy Echoes of Israel
Many Miamians enjoyed Echoes
i Israel which appeared ;ii Miami
leach Auditorium last week.
The production starred Shoshana
)auiari, international song stylist,
!i< Pour Ayalons Quartet. Sabr;
lancers and Bernie Berns. humor-
-t
Producer \\ -is the well-known l>
ii'h. Michael A (. ilan. Ni a 38
rolan started in the theatre ;ii the
ge of (i. when he sang in a choir,
ppearing with Cantors Rosenblatt
ml Qwartin, among others.
Bj i!>42. he was serving with the
Jewish Brigade, attached to the
British Army, in Europe and
Egypt. During World VVai II.
while !th the British, he recc
ed the "39-'45 Star of King Geoi -
VI .i d the star < ( Italy Medals
He returned from the army in
194"). joined the Hagannah, fi
ng :i :ain: I I h" British d ; ing I
War oi Liberation, and was woun
ed m l!>48.
Golan participated in the Sim
campaign ol 1966. and rose i<> <
rank ol Commander in the Isra
Army. S
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Established in 1945
Leaders of lh the annual Combined Jewish Appeal lunch-
[eaturing the presentation ol the first
Id B. Bosworth Memorial Award are (left
iht) Maxwell H. Weisblatt. Sanford Sprintz,
William S. Ruben, co-chairman ol the division
along with Joseph E. Brooks, A. J. Alexander,
Dave Melin. co-chairman ol Trades and Pro-
fessions Council, Norton Pallot, and Hyman
Lipzin. (See story, Page 3-A.)
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Harris il> the author of four
books, "Strictly Personal," pub-
shed in 1953; "Majority of
I One," which appeared in 1957;
Last Things First," 1961; and
On the Contrary," 1964.
a i iember of Sigma Del*
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Married ard the lather ol five
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Pioneers to Honor
Their Chairmen
President Ida Liftman. Pioneer
Women Club announces a din-
ler in honor oi child Rescue
'hairman Mrs Louis Marcus and
.Ii and Mis Isaak Katz.
Affair will take place on Sat-
urday, 6 p.m., Feb. 20 in the Royal
Hungai ian Restaurant.
Mrs, Vbraham Shedroff, chair-
nan, sai i the program will in-
clude an invocation bj Mrs Sadie
iui'i rt, uuesl speaker, Rabbi Max
>hapiro, spiritual leader ol Tem-
ple Beth Kodesh, and musical pro
>ram, Mrs Frances Packar and
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Chairman of the daj is Mrs.
Sidney Hirschlag, Co-chairman is
Mrs Manuel Yavelow
Serving on the committee are
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Richard Brickman (al the microphone).
Head table participants at the membership nxLt
kick-off rally of the new YMHA on Sunday membership chairman, Mrs Richard Br.ck-
oHernoon are shown Clef! to right): Herschel man. Mrs^ A. Budd Cuttar.*-C*~> *
Rosenthal. president, Greater Miami "Y." Mrs. ary president, and Efraim H. Gale, executive
Herschel Rosenthal. Marshall Harris, chair- director.
man of the Arrangements Committee for the
1,000 Kick Off T Membership Campaign Here
Over l ooo persons packed the Mrs. Marvin Gillman, Mr. and lah, Mr. and Mrs Barnci Robin-
auditorium of the new YMHA, at Mrs. Marshall Harris. Dr. and son, Jr Mr. and Mis. HeKChel
oo S\V 8th St at a membership Mrs. Richard Halfman. Mr. and Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
kick-off rally Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alan Kornblum, Mr. and Mrs. Sand, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Inn/.,
and hundred of new members Morris Levitt. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dr. and Mrs Ronald Shellow. Mr.
Joined the "Y" at the close of the aid Levitt. Dr. and Mrs Henrj and Mn Lou Wechsler, I
Renowned Artists
At Pinski Folk
School Program
David Pinski Folk School will
praaenl Israel \Keliakansky and
Mascha Benya oi Sui laj Feb
8 p m ai Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School
The international!) renown,',!
artists will be seer, in a series of
: icter portrayals and scenes
from Jewish life.
Israel Welichansky, character
actor and mimic, has had a lone
career in the field ol English and
Yiddish stage, lie studied in Aus-
tria, France and Palestine, as well
as at Columbia I niversitj in New
York.
Manila Benya received part of
her musical education in Europe,
v here she made her debut as an I
opera and conceit singer, She has
been on extensive tours through
Europe, the United States. Can-
ada. Mexico. Cuba and l>rael.
Her repertoire includes pro
grams ranging from classical mu-
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day it was announced by Richard j Lubow, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Mrs. Michael Goodman, Dr. Eman- sic to folk songs,
Brickman. chairman of the Mem- Luria, Mr.
bership Committee, This was the
first event scheduled by the "Y"
to introduce its new facility to
prospective family members in the
community.
The day began with a series ol
ganized tours of the 20-acre
grounds, when visitors were shown
the swimming pool and cabanas.
handball and tennis courts, suit
I all. basketball and volleyball
areas, and the dance patio and
snack bar. Following the lours, the
gathering convened in the large
auditorium to hear about the
"Y" s plans for serving the com-
munity at it>. new location.
Brickman welcomed the audi-
ence and introduced Herschel Ros-
enthal pre ident. who brought
greetings from the overall organ-
ization. Honorary president. A.
Budd Cutler, explained the pur-
poses of the "Y" program,
and was followed by Marshall
Harris, in charge of plans for the
day's program. Also at the head
table was Efraim II. Gale, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
"Y." St.ui coordinator for the
entire program is Miriam Schein-
I
Committee that planned and
conducted the pr i : i insisted
oi Vii and Mrs Richard Brickman,
Mr and Mrs Milton Balsam, Mr.
. : Mrs \ B ("tier. Mr and
man. Mr and
and
Mrs Joseph Mai uel Pushkin.
The David Pinski presentation
Feb. -<> "ill also include Nana
Shakert, American Swiss concert
violinist, with Esther Barrett al
the piano.
Left to right are Rabbi Berel Wein, spiritual leader of Beth
Israel Congregation, and Moses J. Grundwerg, congregation
president, studying plans for Beth Israel's new facilities.
Groundbreaking is scheduled for Feb. 21.
Cantor Gelb Due At Coral Reef
World-famous Cantor Victor Gelb
will officiate at the two Sedorim
and the preliminary and mam re-
ligious sen ices th Pass-
over Holidaj at Ihi H i i Coral
Keel Hotel on the iceanfronl at
Carml win*
comnlimentar-.'.
will be served
Beth Israel Will
Erect New
Facilities Here
Beth Israel Congregation will
hold a groundbreaking ceremony
for the construction of its new
synagogue edifice on the south-
east corner of Chase Ave. and 40th
St.. on Mindav afternoon, Feb.
21, at 10:30 a.m.
The synagogue, tounded ten
years ago. has rapidly developed
into one of the leading To rah in
stitutions here.
Beth Israel is currently en-
gaged in a $180,000 building
campaign for the new sanctuary
building, which will include the
main sanctuary with more than
500 seats for daily services,
classrooms, a social hall with
catering facilities for more than
500, as well as a youth center
and playground.
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Rabbi Lehrfield
To be Speaker
David Lehrfield, spii
i er ol < ongregation Kness< th
Israel, who recently returned from
:: studj tour "i Israel, will be gucsl
aker al the Wedn sdi y meet-
i ; ol the Miami Beach Zionist
1 istrict Lun< heon Club, according
t Jacob C Fishman, chairman.
The Luncheon Club, open to the
I .!>1 it-, meets weekly .:t noon at
the Ritz Plaza Motel.
Special package deals are avail-
i ble from 10 to To days, beginning
Feb 20 to Ma\ |, "and offer the ""' i' is anticipated thai the syna-
. opportunity to low as well as high gogue will move into its new quar-
Abe Gefter have anr, unced incolne *ues,s '' '<>>'> ""' Pass- lers within four months
Cantor Gelb. formerly with the holidays al the Coral Reef." Moses J Grundwerg is president
Concord Hotel. K esha 1 ak< '"''h'1' declared
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ashgiai li on the premises S T
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ol the congregation and Dr Irwin
II Makovskv is vice president.
Rabbi Ben I Wein ,~ spiritual lead-
er
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kosher resorts f.-.r th* past 21
vears in Miami Beach during
both the summer and wintar
seasons, said th?t "meals will
bo nrPD^r.-rl bv .
and that "Israeli shlivowitz and
Breath of Life Chapter
Breath ol Life Chapter, Chil-
dren's Vsthma Research Institute
and Hospital, will have its anual
smorgasbord luncheon and card
irtj i n Tuesday, li a m., al the
Pioneer Women's club
Chairman is Mrs Nancj Feldman,
Beth El Ladies
In Two Functions
sisterhood ol lieth ki Congrega-
tion will hold its third supperette
and game party at the Dora Aug-
nst Memorial Hall starting at 5
p.m., Sunday.
Seacoast Towers
On Oceanf ront
Quarter-Rented
Les> than three months alter
groundbreaking Seacoast lowers
already is u.i percent rented, ac-
cording to Bill Leonard, director
ol renting for the multi-million
dollar apartment building being
constructed by Alexander Muss
; nd Sons on the ocean al 51st st .
Miami Beach.
to share her ope "
on Miami 6: l -
IR 4-7636 or JE .--i
MATURE WOMAN TO
BABYSIT FOR INFANT
".vr -pf r,^nc '
Nt.ir Coral Wa> i. .
Write M.W. Box 2973 > ami 33' II
REFINED LADY 61
'2 year* in Miami -
want* to meet rr' t etrail
62 to 65.
P.O. Box 873, Rivers ct Station
Miami, Flo. 331
The 15-story structure will con- ~
tain 238 apartments To date, ac-----------~~~---------------------
cording to Leonard. 71 apartments DRY SUNDRY
Hostesses are Mr- Ben Boskin, have been contracted for. although CTOPF
Mrs. Minerva Cohen Mrs Jacob occupancy is not until next Oct- ilUKC
oiier

John Serbin 'left) end Bishop Cclemon F. Corroll. of the Minroi
Diocese, look over 'he Silver Medallion Brotherhood Aword
which the Cutl.olic lender will receive at the 13th annual Bro-
therhood Dinner of the Florida Region of the N Con-
ference of Christians and Jews. Serbin, a m^mbsr of the na-
tional Board of Governors of the NCCJ and of the Florida
Fegicnal Board, nominated Bishop Carroll for the honor, h;qh-
est given bv the NCCJ. P. will be presented Feb. 22 at the
Fbntainebler.u Hcte! at a black-tie function which also will
honor George B. Storer, Joseph M. Lipton and Ed Sullivan.
John R. Ring is general dinner chairman. (Related stories.
Page 6-A.)
Kahn and Mrs p, Wen-row All
proceeds go lo the Hebrew School
to continue the policj ol free tui
tion for all children
Following a short business
dn at a regular Sisterhood meel
ing nn Tuesday evening, a film
entitle I "Jev in Foreign Lands"
will be shown
Pri ram chairman i- Mi- Solo,
mon Schiff assisted by Mrs S n
uel Ersoff,
Consul Yallon to Speak
Shimon Yallon. Consul for the
state 0f Israel. Southeastern I s .
will be guest s
(lull ol H
on Sunday
$ f. ttratien. Dc -
6' i Days and tjee:
"About half of these are new 117 S.E. 1st A
residents from out of town," he --__..-._-.--------------*"
said, "and the rest are local peo-
ple changing their residence."------------------------------------------------
He attributed this earlj renting WIDOW 59
cesg not onlj to the fine eon Withe* to meet
struction of the building and the :' n with pi*i
special custom appointments in oetw so & to p
the Iments, ensuring comfort Write W.F., Box *973 -
and ease ol living, but also to the-----------------------------------------------
effective managemenl program-
ming drawing all of the residents-----------------------------------------
together into a friendly commun .-cmti cka A \
itj relationship GENTLEMAN
'"' result," Leonard continu
imkera, the .NT ed, a most enjoyable way oi
^lUl5,.?eth92rhinCongregaUon U'e T ,l1" Seacoast Tower. Wa,
B.30 I in. gf Lile -ST.
Middle-aged, Ame k'">
businessman, wishes ID '
lady. Call HI I '-:-'


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Faoruary 12, 1965
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Page 13-B
Jfyar I
Ho^-ird Farbish
ey. son of Mr. and
i arbish. 7781 SW
celebrate his Bar
;.'.in-day. Feb. 13, at
>hirah. Kabbi Mor-
t -,\ Cantor Herman
will officiate.
,., eighth grade stu-
p .--., High School. His
awling, tishing and
eon following the service
at a dance in the evening.
anil
le

Be
lieb
-.1
Jjdd Capland
vr_ Lehrman will offici-
.,. : Mitzvah ot Judd.
Mrs. Lewis Capland
I.,, at Temple

seventh made at
High, and is a<
ield and swimming.
. collecting "i
iterflies.
n-ks, .in.ur- mater-
nt Tennessee,
tin' occasion,
HI will he honored
lotel with a lunch
life Members
lonored at Tea
rlin, lite member
will honor life
. ,,- In he held at the
v Harry Rosenberg
Ba; Rd., on Wednesday.
11
,,- ill be Rabbi Morns
pal, Mesivta Sen-
ol Greater Miami:
Di ell Antwerp, Bel-
li standing senior itu-
'.' ivta Senior High
ibi Beryl Wein, of
,u ".-legation
i
HI
leaf Inspector
irrests Beachite
Bi man, inspector of
lood for the City of Miami
Tuesday arrested Terry
owner of Granada Kosh-
1017 Meridian Ave.
nan accompanied by Wal-
nan. found two 10 lb. boxes
cutlet on the premises
I'k he -..id were 'without
"-! identification or govern-
ipe marks ,
Joseph F. Rackovsky, I
mi Orthodox rabbi on Miami
was asked by Brlckman
t ieal Rabbi Rackov-
i roborated that "the meat
be considered kosher with-
pro: i identification and
n ks, both ot which
sent
se1 for Thursdaj
ipa! 'urt at n a.m.
David Silverman
David, son of Mr. and Mrs
Allen Silverman, 16000 NE 8th
Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Feb. 13 at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz w ill of-
ficiate, assisted by Cantor Ben-'
Zion Kirschenbaum.
David will be presented with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood.
Susan Imber
On Friday night, Feb. 12. dur-
ing services at Temple Zion con-
ducted by Rabbi Allied Waxman,
Susan Imber will be Bas Mitzvah
Daughter of Mr and Mrs liar-
old Imber. 5820 SW Hlh St., the
celebrant i- an eighth grade Stu
dent at Wesl Miami Junior High
and is intei,-sled in art
Stewart Shay
Stewart, son ot Mr and Mrs
Murray Shay 1787 NE 181st St .
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Feb. 13, al Beth Torah
Congregation Rabbi Max A Lip
schitz will officiate, assisted by
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum.
The celebrant will be presented
with a Bible on behall ot the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood
Andrew Learner
Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Cantor
Win. w. l.ip-on will officiate at
services on Saturday morning,
Feb 13, in Beth David Synagogue
when Andrew Steven, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Learner. 6172
SW 72nd Ave will be Bar Mitz-
vah
Andrew attends the seventh
grade in South Miami Junior Higll
where he plays (he baritone and
trumpet in the school band, lie is
a Hebrew student in the fifth
grade of Beth David's Religious
School and is a member of the
Cantor's club.
Andrew's father, a CPA. in-
structed lor several years at the
University of Miami and appear-
ed on TV and radio.
A reception is being tendered
by Mr. and Mis. Learner following
services in Spector Hall. Grand-
mothers. Mrs Elizabeth Learner.
, formerly of Denver. Colo., and
I Mrs Lillian Hartzman. Cincin-
nati. O.. will be among those at-
tending the celebration.
Andrew learner
Howard farbash
Cantor Fuchs Due
At Kneseth Israel
Kneseth Israel Congregation is
presenting Cantor Aladar Fuchs for
Sabbath services on Friday. Feb.
2<>. 5:15 p.m.. and Saturday morn-
ing, Feb. 27. at 8:30 a.m.
The Cantor will also present a
concert at the synagogue on sun
day, Feb 2!(. al p.m
Cantoi Fuchs was born in Ru-
mania As a boy. he started sing-
ing with the cantors ol his city
while pursuing studies in school
and yeshivos When his voice ma
lured, he went to Bucharest to
study singing and music He spe-
cialized in cantorial and Jewish
folk singing, rising to the position
ol chic! cantor in the largest con-
gregation in Bucharest, while per-
forming over the radio and in
numerous classical and cantorial
concerts,
Cantor Fuchs later moved to
Israel, where he lived for four
years. There, he officiated in a
lar.ge synagogue in Tel Aviv, had
regular programs on the radio,
Kol Israel, and sang in concerts
throughout the country.
From Israel. Cantor Fuchs was
tailed to Antwerp, Belgium, where
he became chiel cantor.
Now in the United States since
1963, he holds the position of can-
tor in Congregation Ohab Zedek in
Belle Harbor. NY.
Judd Copland
Dr. Woltson in Talk
Fourth lecture on "Astronomy"
Will be given by Dr. Abraham
Woltson before the Spinoza Forum
for Adult Education on Thursday.
10 a.m., in the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave.
Psychiatrist Due
At Temple Judea
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
announces the fourth in the eight
lecture series entitled "Religion
Revisited," will be held in the
Reception Hall ot the Temple on
'Sunday at 10:30 a.m. '
Guest lecturer will be Dr. James
L. Anderson, phychiatrist-neurolo-
gist, who will speak on "Psycho-
logical Problems Inherent in the
Imposition upon Children of Adult
Concepts of God."
Gale Signs
With Gray
on
his
New Art Trends
To be Aired
Huntington Hart lord's views
modern art as expressed in
new book, "Art or Anarchy." Show
Magazine and his efforts to raise
money to save the Abu Symln-I
temples from destruction by the
damming of the Nile will be the
topics Of discussion when Hart-
lord guests with host John Daly
on "Cadillac Sunday Spectrum"
Sunday, p.m.. over Station
WVCG-FM (105.1 megacycles)
Alan Gale has signed a manag
erial contract with Irving Gray,
who for 15 years was manager ol
Milton Belle and executive pro-
ducer for all the Berle television
shows
Gray, one-tune manager ol one
01 the mosl important movie
houses in the country. Loew's
State. New York, was the man who
created and produced the first
telethon
An admirer of Alan Gale's Cel-
ebrity Club (or many years. Gray
says that he considers the com-
edian "among the finest of all-
time talents in the theatrical
fields."S.T.
Duo Return
From San Juan
Abe Runstein. Of Morrison and
Schiff Kosher Sausage Manufac-
turers of Boston, and Herman
, Pearl. No. 1 Provision Co., Miami,
exclusive distributor ol Morrison
aed Schiff products here, have
jus! returned to Miami from a trip
to San Juan, P.R.. where (hey
were gues(s of the owners of the
new Lee Hotel there.
The recently-opened Lee Hotel
is strictly kosher and the first of
its kind in Puerto Rico, complete
with synagogue and all other con-
veniences, according to Runstein
and Pearl.
Morrison and Schiff is one of
the oldest established firms of its
type and known tor leadership in
(he field of kosher delicatessen
manufacture
A native Floridian, Dr. An-
derson graduated from Tulane
University Medical School. He
received specialty training at
the Neurological Institute, Pres-
byterian Medical Center, N.Y.
He is a Fellow of both Ameri-
can Boards, Neurology and Psy-
chiatry Association and the
Greater Miami Society of Psy-
chiatry and Neurology.
Dr Anderson is at present a
member of the Governor's Con:
mittee. Division of Correctional
and Penal Institutions. He is m:
mediate past president ot the Dade
County Medical Association and
(he Interprofessional Council of,
Miami
12-Day Mexico
Tours Revealed
A Mexican firm has named Holi-
day Tours of Miami as a Florida
representative in setting up 12-day
tours to Mexico at a cost of $418.
The 12-day package vacation in-
cludes air fare, hotel accommoda-
tions and some meals.
Adams Tours of Mexico Inc.,
Mexico City, said that the 12-day
trip includes air fare, side trips to
Xochimilco. bullfights, the Univer-
sity of Mexico. Guadalupe, a flight
to Guadalajara, a trip to Lake
Chapala, and a flight to Acapulco
The cot of the tour also includes
lunches in Mexico City and break-
last and dinners during the five
days ol the trip in Acapulco.
Holiday Tours said that although
; there are several optional hotels
in both Mexico City and Acapulco,
the tour includes four nights in
Mexico City at the Continental
Hilton, three nights at the Guad-
alajara Hilton, and lour nights at
the Acapulco Hilton. Fred Spies,
vice president of Holiday Tours in
the Pan American Bank Building,
said that the tour is also available
to local groups at a discount rate
ST.
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? 67 Collins Ave., Miami Beach i
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Friday. February 12
1965
A 15 percenl increase highlights the Imperial House Residents
cocktail party on behalf of the 1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Col. Jacob M. Arvey, philanthropist of Chicago ana
Miami Beach, is shewn addressing the group. Left *o right are
co-hosts, Sam Blank, Col. Arvey, Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1965
CJA chairman, and Carl Weinkle. Other Imperial House resi-
dents who played a vital role in the successful CJA cocktail
party were Sam Pollock, Leon J. Ell and Mrs. A. L. Glickman.
Chamber Elects
New Officers
Fred II Billups, president of
[Topical Gas Co., has been elect
.1 president ni the Miami-Dade
County Chamber ol Commerce
Billups, currently ;i vice presi-
lents, \\'m>ton \V. Wynne and J
nctor.-, will lake office in April
succeeding John II Halliburton
Also elected were vice presi'
rlents Winston w Wynne, and J.
.uckett V'aun. Jr Lee M. Worley
was elected secretary, and Jay I.
Kisiak. chairman 01 fie board. .1.
I. Kislak Mortgage Corporation 01
Florida, reeleited treasurer.
Directors appointed to nil exist
Ing vacancies on the board wcic
Harry Hood Bassett, president.
First National Hank ol Miami,
and William s Ruben, managing
director and executive vice presi-
dent. Jordan Marsh ol Florida
Tom Adams Will
Speck at Beth
Tov Function
y us. Secretarj I State
Floridi
I \!
- non 1 n Hi 1
.:. ih- Starlight R ol <>i th
j-. in 1 c rrace Hotel
black tie dinner is one !
. series ol [unctions being held
..n. ounce the n.niie liange from
outhwi -t Jewish Center to Tein
e I',,''1-. Tov, ai B438 SW 8th St.,
,(-! Miami
Mr and Mrs Conrad Allain are
ihairmen of the testimonial din-
er Rabbi Zevi Greenwald is hon
irarj chairman and spiritual lead
r
Winter Session
At Beth Am
Mrs Joshua Segal, chairman
\dult Education (' mmittee 1"
I'emple Beth Am. announces the
beginning ol the adult educatioi
winter session on Monday eve
ning, .1 p.m.. in the Adult Education
Tifereth Israel Meeting
First quarterly me< tint ol Tern
ereth Israel, with new >
' :- III ill..: I !'
.. iuI el > nru 1 ; inned [01
ij p m.
Men's Club Wi!!
.nstail Officers
Newly elected <:- ol the
pn club "i Israelite Center will
1 installed bj Rabbi Shmaryahu
,w rskj at the late Frida> service
u.'.icers arc Nathan Sanders.
'resident; Chester Letter, vice
resident: Ben Segal, secretarj
treasurer
White House Toi
"Sth Mrs. JFK
Mr- Jacqueline Kennedv,
1 WI ite Horn
: on next weeks t j
"' aPorl hi !
Public Libra r> li
at Dixii l ...!. Bra ,
.... Peb. IT: a: ll
at 1. 3:30 aid p ,
and at the Alia pat
Feb in ai 8 pm
The Tour ol the White 11,
is a tour throu h pi
wuh comments by \h. K
on their history, the ;
paintings and memorabilia u: d*
presidents originally shown*
CHS
. .,. 1 \-~^
Room oi ihe school wing
Starting F b. 15, series u.l'1 /
continue for eight week-
In turers will be Rabbi Herbert
M Baumgard, whose course is en-
titled Comparative Texts in the
ralmild and 111 the New Testa
merit
Rabbi Solomon Schifl uill
low with a *i p.m class,
tot 1
Enjoying the show at Alan
Gale's Celebrity Club are
Abe and Jean Eisenberg, of
Miami Beach. Eisenberg is
vice president of Riverside
Memorial Chapels.
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THE
STARLIGHT
ROOF
nterfaith Affair
At Temple Judea
A n n 11 a I inleiiaii'i luncheoi
sponsored by tin- Sisterhood ol
Temple Beth Am. will take place
n Wednesday. 11:30 a.111
Mrs Paul Kalian, chairman, ha*
announced that all women ol the
Greater Miami area have been 111
\ind
l>r Herbert \l Baiimnaid will
resent the religious program for
'he afternoon, and Mr* I'.num-
Rard u ill o!i 1 a musical pro
.ram
Sub-corn mitt 1 e cha 1 men inclu lo
' '> aj ne '.',' ei M; Lan
Waltei Kaye Mrs
shi ii 'i \ii-- Byron
A lour oi ihe reee llj
Gardens w nduct
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
M meeting to plan the drive of the Finance
ir v ion of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal
lakes p'ace in the Board Room of Miami Beach
Fede-al Savings and Loan AssociaVon. with
iM't-n Weiss president of the Federal, as host
L the occa-.ion. Shown (left to right) at the
are Walter S. Folk, co-chairman of
Oli
Mortgage Companies; Ronald Lipton. co-chair-
man, banks and Savings and Loan Com-
panies; Weiss, chairman of Finance Division;
Leonard H. Zigman, co-chairman of Commer-
cial Finance Companies; and Julian R. Aber-
man and A. A. Grunhut, co-chairmen of Banks
and Savings and Loan employees.
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i.\ii:ii ,,i Miami, l>nth I'ounty.
hiorlda, -In- 'ili '!>> "i HVbruaiy.
"' i: II I.KATHKUMAN. ci.ik.
, di i .nt 1 llndf i'i il I- l"i i'I.i
,-, ., |l) C |. ii i|'l-:i.AM'
I |iui) i "lerk
DAVID I" '' ITS MAN I -
-, : i:.,-- KI* i Stivcl
Ml I, H 2 IS-IM-21
\OTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, iTIt'R is HBIIKIIY I1IVKN
. I linn to I'llUHKi
. I,,, ihi -i !'"- ""I"
CITY i \. DUXI a SHOP TI i I
RKX'I V'- SKHVICK ,,i ''' S w S. -
ml, si .Miami l-'lorlda iiiti
-.......am* l'li il" I'll
l. i-|ri ill '- of I* di
|'\ |*JtTW \l I'N "'"' '''M RKWl v
SKKVIi'K IN'-
vKoNil / I !: .v .-lll.i:
I |i|.lli ,,iii
... liuildlnn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-., ,-,'; IS IIKIIKHY UIVEN
Ml. ill I" I
I.II -II
: 1.1.vim: iiliiM.n
i'i IMP \XY ii- Ho- i HI Hii I Mi i
v Ilaml Kcai-li intend
, _, i.i -.ml ii.mi. n lili Ihi I'll
,-nii ......' ,' I '' '
AI.I.KN IhH.nUKlHi
DAXIEL, I.I:VI.VI;
: i:- .-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 6S044-B
[; \ l -iu'. "f
.in. si'i rr.s/. a i. ii
Mil. SIIOI.TBJJ
I.,. ,...- ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
It v l i'i ,ii'."i and All Pi r*n lla> ,
-,:!. iin.ii.li Igalual KaW
, .. In i.-i.> notified :in,l I
,i ti (in in ,m> claim* and di -
- mhlch you ntaj have Bnainat I
.,.. ,f KMI1. sol.TKS'/. a k a I
-li tl.TKS ii' 'I i-'1' "'
I id r. -.in-. Kloriil;.. i" tin- L'ounlJ
Dadi I'oillltJ .'"'I lib- the (
, in iiui.ii. .ii. and ;i- pro* Ided in
..;. l'|, i-ii:i Htatuti ". hi
n.i uffi in Hi. I'onnts I'oi'rtbou*!
,,1. rn int> Florida, "linn Hi*
nntlu i ii" tin.....f ii"-
itlon hi n of, or il" -""
.....i
hi Mini li. Kim 'In. till* --""
.., V.I
, M II I UKDMAN
- i ITTII. v Si 'i.'ri>/
Idmlnlatrato
iiubllcatioi.....iii- ni.tlce ""
ol i in iai 198
vl \' ul. \! II I ill HUM AX
\i|l- I,' M .i
,i !.,'_
2 12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' >. THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
tl_' VI.NTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 1358
II \ /./.' i
l.MAIMi: s \l.i i/./.i '.
i nml
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti Itl ISKM IIIIK S M.I /./.' '
- Anthoii) M.m.l.ii,,
\... ,1 \ v. mi.-
-.,. I'l.ill,'i. 1,1, N. vv .I.i --->
'. i hi 'i. i, l>) ii. tlflHl 'thai .' Itm
mplalul for Dlvorcij haa I.....
filed .iu.iiii-i >uii. ami you are '-
i in .. i v, ., eonj of > ,,in- An-" .'
it Pleading t,, ili.- Hill "' fomplalnl
ii th.- plalntlfr \iioin.y. PAI'l.
KVMT.NKY. KSIjl 'IIIK. 0 l.lm'.iln
K ad. Miami p.. a.-li, Klorlda bhj Wh
ii"- orlitlnal Answer "i Plradlng in il"
office ,,f ii. cl.rk of 'In- riri'Ull
''iiri i,n ,.r ii.-r..i-.- ilo- Ifth daj "i
\ iti h, ".". If you fall i" 'I" s",
j.iiium.m by default will b< taken
avalrai you for ilo- rellel demanded
Illll ..r 'omplalnl
Tin, notice nhall l" imlili-li.il once
each week for fo r couaecutlve a-eek*
In Till: .IKWIMI I'I.i IKIDIAX.
Dt.NK \XD t >i: IIKRBII al Miami,
I ,iii ila) ol I i'i '"
AH
I-: n i.kaTiil'iiM w t'lerk.
. i i. ,i. 'mini \. r loi Ida
I .Hi lly; l SN'KEI >KN
11. i.illv I '111 i,
I'M i. K\vri'.\i-:v i:-M;iii.-
in nin lioad
M ......i.i
All.mi.) for Plaintiff
1 12-19-26, E
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12724
rin: wii.i i \MSHriNiH
s.wixtia II INK.
I'lalntlff,
JOHN \\ KATIIKIlST'iNi:. lie. el :il
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
Til Linda -I".'" Weatheretone. Dab
Thomai Weathersto.....nd > n-
dra Anne Weatheratone
I29W llratlal Avenue
Detr.,ii. Ulchiafan
Tou ;':' hereby notified thai iln
,i.,.vc caiitloneoT action ha been In-
-iiiai.-.l anlnat you In Ih rir. ill
i-ourt "f the Kb-venth Judicial it-
,-,H i.f Klorlda In and for I'ail< Coun-
iv i furei'loae a IK" ui""1 "" -
foiionim .i.s.rii.. i ,,;',.l,.i'r.':l"',!-..,..
|,..( M Block S8 I I IKU Ml"'1-
SUCTION KIVK. ai-cordlnil '",.'''
KUl thereof, recorded In I la l--;'-
,:i> at Page 6 of ih- Public Uei rrt
, |i:,,i. rounty, Klo ida. uiretni r
vvnii w. li-ili n I" "vn i:.m--
.,,,.,, -. -,. mid Vi ii' "-I" Itllnda.
v,. .,,, r|iilred to I I. re|
idlllR I" plBlntlfl ,;i"l"..nil "!'
' n i-|erk "f ti..- afor.ald i njirl. and
.rv, cop) ihi reol inoi plainilfl -
,,,i. me) MARTIN KINK. IJa.li
rral Itulldlnn, Miami, n
not later than Mat I -. ..... '.
I.,,,-.. I.....-onfea* will I" enter.-
.,-:.-.li-l you
DATKD I'l' an I. .....
|- || IJiATHKKM IX. I' lU-
;,, .'..mi. Did. i'o nit), riorbla
,..,,:, B> I*. P i'U-Kle\M>
11, pin) "b i,.
M IIITIX KINK
l '.,,1, l ii. ml H
Miami, I I'M I'I.i I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THr
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C 1357
\Mi:s MIKKAY STKVKNS,
Plali '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'C AL CIRCU'T OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C-1217
SKI iRi -,!: 1 T VI.I VNl 'I- i".
v- Ti "-!.-' .
Plalnliff,
\ H.
.. ii \\ i:st :' i'i >iti'..
11. f.-iidaiit
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
OROEB OF PUBLICATION
Ti' ""i v\ i:s r 26 '' HIP.
r, i 'rtwl.) Street
Nc.v York, New York
v..I VUK IIKIIMIIT NOTIKIKU 11 til
., vomplalnt f.'i forceloaure ol Mori-
uax. '" tl' followliig dcaortbad prop-
ity. io-wlt: .,
I.,.r- i thrmiKh 7 IncluHlve. iiim-n -.
Lota 7. 8 and IS. Block ii; \*>i l ana
nil "f 1>" -' ejwnpl ti" Hontliwoat-
, iv ::: feet of l^.t 2. Block S, mew-
, red .iIoiik Taluin Watorwaj Unw;
. || In TATl \l WATBHWAl 8LB-
DIVISION, u.'Cordlng to the Plat
hereof, ..> recorded In I'lnt Hook
16, at Pag. of tin Public I..- '-
i .j i ia.I. 'ountj. i lorida
l,a- l,..n filed uifallial >">' n) 111"
HlHjvv-nani.d Plaintiff, and >"'
r......."I K' Helie a cop) "i >our All-
war or pleading lo II.......M''"""
iii.iin tin- I'lai,nil- Attorney*, 1 Al.l-
\MU-l-' .v VV.VI.I.BB ISO I-H"-"
i:...,,i. Miami Ueai li. V- rUla. an.l rib
..... lalnal Vnaw. r ," pleauing
. ,, ,,i Hi. Plirk "I iln i'i nil
.,, ,. ;.. fori ii" l*tli d: "i
, |, ., ii >.. i fall I" 'I" m>. '
.,,,,. i',., i 'oi feao III
lsl i ,...i lot ,1" ii ii' i' di manded
ii in,- iiuplaiul.
.m. VXD IHIDKUKD at Miami.
,i. ...,i,iv. I lorlda. lb 10th da)
,.| h I. mi), !'"!"'.
. i; I.KATHKUMAN
I'l.lk uf ill'- t'lii'iill '"
,...,li II) I. SXKKDKN
I.. |.nt \ i i. rk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 65C 1354
M vi:i \ KM MA i'i 'X I Ili'.A.-
I, i-IIAVKZ
Plaintiff,
V -.
li v V I'HAVKZ.
I '.i. i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'n 11 \\ I'll VVKZ
T. i ., Vvenlda Sorale Xo -1
Mill Salvador, KI Salvari
y.i' vuk lIl'.Kl'.i'V notified that a
.'.....i.laini i.....Ivorc. ha* .....'
iticalnal |.m, -i"'i >"" ure nereb) re-
quired i" "< op) of your anawei
In ih. I'omplalnt on the Plaintiff a at-
l ,,. v. I.KSTKII KINlKltH, Whoa.
, a .. ,.:,;i \ \V I llll SIM-- I. Mia,i,I
, Klorlda is V. an.l file th. original
i ,.f ili." Vnawei In ihe office ,,r [hi
I. rk -.1 the eleventh Judicial <"n-
,ini in ami for Dad.- founty. Klorltla.
i -.- v .,n or before the 16th da) ol
i March. I96K, In d.fault of which the
Complaint will be taken aa oonfeaoed
| I., \ nit ., ,
!.\TKD tin- "'i'i da) "i February.
"' K. II. I.KAT11KKMAX. Clerk.
Circiiil Court, Uade County. MorUta
is.all By: P. COPKUANP
l>eputy Clerk
; I2-1M'. 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S'oTK'K IS IIKBKI1V QIVKN
the iinderalgn. d, dealrlna i" engam in
i.ii.-iii. -- iii.i, ili. flciltloit* nann
i.iNiKi'l. DKSIUNS ,i number I
Pan American Hani. Building, In I
i ii, i,| vi ..iii.i. I- lorida intend* tu : -
later the -a"l name with il" Ck
, r ii,. circuit Court < 1 Nlde tViunti .
Klorlda.
,..... at Miami. Klorlda. lit -
i|H) ol Ki In tary, 1903.
i. \l BEI.I.
I'AI I. A I.ANI'Y
ah..: ii. \ for Applicant
ii i:, riiini AC.
Mia in l- orldii
-.' P.'-l'..-26,
IN THE COUNTY JUDUE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65484 A
IN Itl" I'-iai. ii
VXNIK It. illll-'.KNI'l.A I T
VNN \ liRKKNBI.ATT
|,.,,.1- I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '': illtor* and All Pel aona M
\nls I'liilms i.i I lemand* Againal -
' j iii-i-eh) notlfii -I and
. ., caenl an) i I ilm* and i -
!- which ""i "i.n have agul -'
. .-;,-. i INNIK B tlRKI
. r ii k i VNNA CRKKXBI.A I I
nf italic i ity, KI' -
,ia -., ih, i'., ml) Judge* i '
I'nUni), all,I file III' -ain, III du
I, hi,I II* pi "V nl'il I" 'ii
Klorlda Statutea, in their offl -
ih, County i 'ourthou*e In I '',,
ki, i .I.,. > nin.i kIn all ndat inont a
Hi- -.in.....( il" first publlcatl
l ,-... i Ihe -nil- "ill be barred
I..,!. ,i ,,i Miami, i loi Ida, Ihi* 1 >
,1nv .a Jiinuary. A.l>. 1965,
Mil [HIS .1 I'.lll'.KNI'.I.AI'l
A- l-'..\. It":
SAMIKI. s SMITH. K8*Q.
Altonip) i"i Kxeeutor
inT I.i.....ilii Ud.. Miami Bench. Fill
2 .i-ir-m--''
-
IIKI l-:.\K l.i'l'ISK STKVKNS.
I ,, i. miaul __
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HKI.KNK LtH'ISK SI K\ I NS
is.",ii Lincoln Vvi
Montreal, Quebec Canada
|-ou are hereby notified that a III
,f Complaint for Dlvon-i haa ......
i.i,,l it.,m.-i you and you an re-
quired to aervi 'I '- '."": An-"--
- I'leading i" ,!" ''" "' ......plalnl
on the plaint If I lltotne). IAI I.
KWITNEY. KSW" IKK. 420 I
Road, Miami Beach Klorlda. s.ll
mi fib- th.- oilKinui Aaaw-i-r or i call-
ing In the "in......- ''",' '*"< ."
ii, nil i""i ri "" or before ii" taut
lav of March, I9. If you fall "
,l,. .,, Judgment b) default wl'l !
taken againal you fot thi rcl i
manded In the Bill "1 ""'i;1-' "
Tlil~ notice -linn '" Pbllhed once
,:,, I. week for four conaecutlve weeks
,, -rin.; JEWISH l I.OBIDI VX.
DONE VND t.RI'KBKD it M
Klorlda. thla Mil "'' '' <"' "
V I
I- |: |.l-:.\ l'lli:i;M IN, Clerk,
n court, Dad' ?
,.-.,,n B) I. SNKKDKX
1 leput) t lei ,
PAI'l. K\\ ITNK1 I--
:.'n i in, nin Road
Miami Bi ai h, Kla
Attorney for Plaintiff t >fi .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C-I484
. i Y \ V VVVttHI .\Slw.
li., mill'.
v -.
, V.SIMIK V\ Vs/YNSKI,
'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR D VORCL
v ,, ,' VSIMII1 VVYSSSi \.-Kl. are
ii, 1,-l.v' noiiiled that BUI .....""
olalnt 1", Divorce liaa b II lllcd
Hgainal you, and >"U are r.iiuited ,"
...v., .. cop) of your Ana*.....< I a
l, i the BUI r '".l';;';..i on iihe
i'lalntlff* Attorne), JOHN Jwsu-
ItKK. Kaqaur. .....' Kedeial ''"''-
Ing .'i N.K lat Ave.. Miami
i-|..l',,l.i. ISA. and fill II" onuinal
.Anawei Pleading in the ...... ol
-,i Clerk .f me circuit Court on or
,, ,. ii,, l'.iii da) "' March, IMS.
II you la,I I" .1" HO. JlldglW nl I" '" -
fault ill l" Igken againal you lor
ili.- relief deiuunded In il" H'H '"
i '.unpla int.
Thla notJci -li-'H '" publlahed .......
. a.-li week for i""' .....- cut Ive > i ka
III l-HK .IKVV ISII 1 l.'lllll'IAN
|...\i: VNIl ORDKRKD al M
IU, ,i,l- loili da) of rebruary,
\ D. ......
II i.i: \ rilKBM VN, '! rk
I'M-, nil I '....., I 'Bill Colllll Kli
.,.,,, Hi P COPKI.AND
Depot) i
|OHN M VZI IlKK
mi.on. v i,,i Plaintiff
,.,.. Hi di .il I illdlng
. Noi il" a-t l-i Am
Miami, notlda .,..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64672-B
IN UK: Katalu of
I.. HIS sllll.MAN
''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \'l Creditor* and All Pen-on* Hav-
ing Claim* "i" Demand* Igalm-i -""
' Vim are I" n by notified ""' re-
,,......,i tu |,i.-. in an) claJm* and de-
mand* which you may have againal
,l mate of l.i 'I IS Silt I.MAX "
, ,.,,,1 late "i Dade County, rTnrldii.
,,, ii. County Judgi ol Dad. I nun-
iv an.l flit il" ame In duplicate anil
provid...... Section ".1. I lorida
SI itutea, in their office* in the ojill-
,.. i mini -m Dadi County, Kloi -
,,i .vitliln al* n.i.n uionlh* n.....
e of the I i-t publl'Ul........le-
,,i tin -..in. v> ill I"- lain 'I
I1.11..1 ai Mi.nni. Klorlda, ih i
ilu> oi I bruar). \ l' I9H"'
I .-Mi, >l:i: sin 'i MAN
a- i:\., ntor
r -i piibllci.....ii "' Ihi* not.......'
. i-jih .lav of Kebruary, 198
mil, .;..l.i-i, Iii .v l*acii '
v11..in. va for i-:.\.-.i'i.'i'
:M0l Ui Klagler si i.i i
Miami. Kl-rlu.1 f ^ ,., .^ ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65957-G
IN UK: Katati of
I-II 11.11' CA I'S.MVN.
11. ceaaed. ______
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Credltora ami All P< raona I lav-
ing limiii'- ,,i Dewanda Aaalnat saw
You are hareb) notified and re-
..Hired t" preaent any olalma and de-
mand* which v.'ii ma) have againal
l| ,-iai, ,.i PHILIP i'M'SM VN, de-
.,;,-, ,i |ati nf Dade County. Klorlda,
i,, ih,. Count) Judge* .a I lade i oun-
ii ami file Ihe hmih. in dupllcati and
i'H nrovldi .1 In Becllon Ti: Iti. H- ia
Statutea. In their offleea in Ihe t oun-
l\ l'..niil".n I" I 'ail. '..lint y. I "
lila, aiiiiin .-i\ cab nd.........tba l.....i
il time "i 'I"' f"s' public -ii"" here-
,,i ,.i th. aame a ill lie bam ,i
i i.,i,,i al Miami, Klorlda, thla htb
i.i ,,i i-. i ,n i- v. A.l>. US"'
DAVID P i'VI'SM VN
\-i Exe< utor
iMii.ii.-i.......' -in no
,,.,, ,.i r. i.i u.i' v, li'fi
i, v v II i r CATSMAN, i-:.i 111-
mi,,i ii. v itor
in] i:.i -i hlagler Street
2 12-19-26, 3

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65272C
is BE Katate ol
SAM I'EL 1SKK1.
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i inlit. and All I'n sons Hav-
ing (talma "' Uemanda Agalnsl Saw
You an hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any claim! and )-
mand! which you may have against
,l. ,,,;, .., SA.Ml'Kl. 8RBL, de-
.,,,-,, i late "f Dad. County. Piorbi..
i,, in- county Judge* of Dade County,
and file ii" ame In duplloale and as
uravlded In dectton TSS.16. tTprlda
statute*. In Ihelr office* in tlie Coun-
n Ci.urtbouai In Dad- County, PI' -
Ida. within -is calendar montna ft- n
,i i,, i, ,.r iii. flrat publicauon here-
ul ..,- in.. -.. i vviii i" barred.
Dai,,: ..I Miami, Florida, tbi* 2-nd
,lav ,,i January, Al'. 19*5.
,1 vcyi-KMNE RAWITZ
\- lAI-MlllV
Ki--' publication of thla notice "O
, ith ,i,n of January, l9Sa.
ItlCHAP.D .\ N'Kl.S.'N
\i.. ruu) for Kx<. uiiix
I3 Lincoln Road ; SK.n.lt
NOTICE UNDER
FiCTlT.OUS NAME LAW
x, nci: IS HKRKHT OIVBN it
:l nml, iIbii.k1, d,-i Ing to engage In
,nd.r the fIctltloua name ol
KVMII.Y VI'TD SALES al IMM N ^,-
.;,!, vv. Miami Intend* t" reglat. r
..,;,! u ', Ihe Clerk "I th" 1 -
,. .., ,- of Had., County. Horio.i
D.WID OOLDSTEIN
I 29._ 2/6-1i 19
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA .....
TO M.I. V" Wll-'M THESE PRLS-
l KVTrt sll vi.I. i'i'MK. i;i:i:i:tin>:s:
MICH I1KACI1, Kl.oKIDA: TOBIA
HERMAN, MIAMI I'KAi'H, FLOR-
in v. .1 VCK VNKCS. MIAMI BEACH.
KIaiUIDA did "ii Ho- Pith das "f
... ,,,, inner, A.H. 19S8, cauae to ho in-
,,.,|...i.,t.d under the Uwb Of the
s,,'. ,.f Klorlda HERTZ INVEST-
MENT CO.. a corporation, witii IM
principal i'1"" "'' bualneaa at MIAMI,
DAUE i-i'l'NiY, In Ihe State of li"i-
i,i., ;,,i,i win i..'- -i"'ii corpora*ion did
,i ih. 2nd daj "i ITebriiary, a.d. ls,
chub, i" In filed in tbe office "' the
-, peiarv of State "f the Mate of
hiorlda ii"- documentary authority
reoulred under Section Htm 37, Florida
St.ituteH, ahowlng the dlaaolullon ot
-n.-ii corpoi atlon ,
\,,,. iln refore, Ih. Secretary of
. ai d thai i"- i- aatlafled Uiat the
i.., i.....i-ii'- of the law hat. be. n
.....npll. .1 with ,
IN VVITNKSS WHEREOF] 1 have
.in. i "iv hand :>jd ha -
, ,-,,.. .,, seal ol th- State
......la, at Tall ihaaaee, il";
,,. th, si:.'nM' da) oi
tl UtY. ^ I'.
,-..,!, rt)M VDAMS
Secretar) of State


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Friday, Febmcp; |j.
m
FOOD
FAIR
Think FIRST of FOOD FAIR
FOR SAVINGS GALORE IN OUR WONDERFUL
Appetiz&i Dept'i
PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY THRU WEEKEND
CORNED
n*nni"i delicious
DLtsf LEAN
Sliced 49(
4-LB. jHT ^
FRESHLY ^& 4l^
SMOKED CHUBS...... OSf
ARMOUR STAR B.C. SLICED TO YOUR ORDER ^tJk 4^^
HARD SALAMI.......... 8f 8f
GERMANSTYLE SLICED TO YOUR ORDER ^8>llF^
WIDE BOLOGNA...... 69
iq
EACH ^L ^J
FOOD FAIR STORES W
* 2055 CORAL WAY
* DADELAND
* 79TH ST. CAUSEWAY
* U20 ALTON ROAD
* 1895 ALTON ROAD
* 7410 COLLINS AVE.
* 969 NORMANDY DR.
940 HARDING AVE.
1200 S. DIXIE HWY.
FREDERICH S STORES
* 18342 N.W. 7TH AVE.
* These Stores
ITH APPETIZER DEPTS.
* 960 E. 8h AVE.
HIALEAH
* 880 N.E. 125TH ST.
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iJewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. February 12. 1965
Section C
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1 A
*;wi MMMH

HOPEFUL FAMILY OF NEW SETTLERS IN THE NEGEV TOWN OF DIMONAH
rael Bond Meeting Here Next Week
-Klein lluberl II Hum
i i um i .
1985 in
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SIR ISAAC WOLfSON
Humphrey
Tribute Set
\la- '' D>
. rael, r nbedded in
the walls
hi the fortress
Tlu oa5
..... aai Wollson,
; ,i, i British industrialist and
philanthropist, who has been
prominently identified for manj
years with activity in bchall ol
the State ol Israel.
Record Goal
More than 2,000 leaders from
communities throughoul the
United States and Canada are
expected t> attend the confer-
ence, which will mark the for-
mal launching ol a crive to sell
Sioo.ooo.ooo in Israel Bonds dor
ing 1965 In North and South
America and Western Europe.
Dur'na 1984. the campaign ex
ceeded its quota of $85,000,000,
achieving the highest total ever
reached during the fourteen
year history ol the drive,
XV ill Receive Award:
to Sir Isaac \\ oli'son
the coming j car
'i Israel's
total Di tclopmcnl Budget ol
S3J0.U0....... This sum is the
ilrecl lo carry out
i !h est ibli.-h-
menl ol new industries, especial
lj in the (U velopmenl an as,
and for the absorption i I immi-
grants.
Vice President Humphrej and
Sir Isaac will be joined l>>
Israel s Deput) Prime Minister,
Abba Khan, at the final event
of the conference, the interna-
tional inaugural dinner, which
will be hold Sunday evening,
Feb. 21.
The musical program al the
Inaugural dinner will present
Itzhak Perlman. internationally
famous Israeli violin virtuoso, as
soloist. The University ol Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra will
perform under the baton ol Dr,
Fabien Sevitzky.
Admission to the inaugural
dinner is based on tne purchase
ol 51,01 Isi ael Boi -
1965, in addition to I ir the
- II
Outstanding Leaders
Rothbefg. "i Peoria
111 national campaign chaii
o| the Israel Bond Organization
is serving as chairman ol the
conference, Co-chairmen are
Col Jacob M. Arvey, honorary
chairman ol the Israel Bond
drive in Chicago; Louis II Boyar
0f Log Am eles. chairman ol
the national Hoard ol Governors
and Ira Guilden, of New York,
national chairman ol Israel
Bonds
other outstanding Israel Bond
leaders who will have a major
part in the conference include
Abraham Feinberg. ol New
York, president; Dr Joseph J,
Schwartz, ol New York, vice
pre-idenl; Morris \V Berinstein,
oi Albany, national chairman tor
trustees; Mrs, Jan Peerce, of
V/Cf PRCSIDIN1 HUMPHREY
New York, chairman ol the N
tional Women's Division; Julian
B. Vcnezky, ol Peoria. national
chairman for regions, and D.
Lou Hani- ol Toronto, national
chairman for Canada.
The conference will "pen on
Friday, Feb. 19, with a luncheon
;,l (he FftO l Ibleau launchiivj
the l'lfti-abimpajgn oi lite N,
tional Women's .Division I the
Continued on Pa-je 2-C
100 Million Goal in Bond Sales Set for 1965


o> jVwi cf fkrili^r
Fndcy Fobrunn
SOf V.T41 STATISTICS
[(
Rapid Economic
Development Spurred
Bv Israel Bond Drive
3y AERAHAM FEIN8ERG. President
Itrie: Eo-o Organnation
Israel today oae nines
Midcl- Bnsl c\ eloping I inrl in
world
n and faitk f those wl
meat of th) ntry's rth.
Since its eat as an ii Ma;
:94 Ian gross Th
ce during a peri lion mon
Tr.e Israel Bond beg n in M 1961 -
r lifting la U sis to thi
S itei
- I les in Is
Important Plants Erected
Tod M) 000 and i
Among "
ill >r expa k th< I I si
Pert bemicals
Dead S t at S
1' l
210.0 I
. f these.
I
Indus
the > car ending
bout 4.2
of i than
Exports and Hcusmj Units
L964 tot
In 1949. ei
irhi (ports cover s
ports
isin
A total oi 4o agricuttura
. ...
The area under irrigation rose five-fold, from 75.000
00 acres ". helping to expand thi ited area
X) acre- More than 75 percent
- ir grown locally.
A new pment was introduced about 10 :
ptaasize the rapid growth of the larj;e and estal
urban centers and place emphas:s on the establish mi
of some thirty new development towns stretch;ng from tin
treme north l 'he extreme south
Mure than 320.000 people a majority of them immigrants
no live and work in some 30 new development areas
V the North, which have been estabii>he :'h Israei Boa I funds
On Land. Sea and Air
=ea and e Is lions
aade long -....<- ,n the past !?> irs. A
-- .- in 1948 has been built
4 InraM s U toti -

Isr.
Conf.r.ued on Page 6-C
Confab Next \\ eek
Ce-* WMd ;-o n Pas* 1-C
ers will i
Eban
W.'
A speci
eon v intematl
pr<-~ I'iuenchy -Israel
Fa-", r sent -.
larae it i ers The c mmen
tat r
was recentlj named co-chair
am '. the imen's Ditmsm of
Dm !renter N Vort campaign
for Israel B-
Top Purchcuers
Israel Bond I
p.- .:; oe set I
n Saturday evening. Feb 2>
a local and national lea
!-rae! Bond chairmen of
parts of
the L'nil tea and Canada
w:ii be hon<. their roie in
the extraordinar;. success of the
J964 campaign.
The enrollment and reenroll-
A barge carrying concrete piles enters the marily, Ashdod a being built ; Icon,
now harbor biir.c built at Ashdoc with the with the needs -: Isranla rapidly expo
aid of Israel Bond developrr.e.-.- funds. Pri- e cr.omy.
A shepherd tends his fleck at the settlement lishing the desired redis'ributior. has z:n
of Tsoia. Economic reasom now prevent any ingiy fallen upon the shoulders of the cetJ
considerable further expansion of agricultural opment towns which rely to a lcrce exierij
settlement, and the chief burden of accomp- industry for growth and economic pro:
KEY TO ISRAEL'S FUTURE "ES l*> Tjgg **W
New Industrialization Pirn
-
-
intj in '

Special
under the .-.berg
and th?
are <
eat '; 19K purchasers among
the %,-. Mia as *eil as
thro ik. ed States
and '. -
$;5.i"
or more Builder;
(S4JO0 or mon (3.000
or mon
rr.en $: 500 r mon .">---.
Hn 'women SI .508 or
urrliniw and Sponsors
.J1.0OO or more
. next fi\ .ears
tn i
:
M
: -
-
I
FOOD INDUSTRY
-
-
It is ex|
.

193
Of per
to total approximately
"gainst ;%2
TEXTILES
By mi the text .
exp< etc i empi > a g$o
I --lion will
amou- om .., Wlln j^y
joaooo in expons in i*>2 this
a total output
CLOTHING
to $S ;
mated to riae to
15,70 The number uf workei
ted
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
-
-
_
.
:
PETROLEUM FRODUCTS
Is
Bo. 125.1
' '" em|
-
NON-METALLIC MINERALS
Exp ._. are
ach $14 n
put of
.-: a> i-ompared
r m

US ii
DIAVOND INDUSTRY
- \hf
''
xport In
. W
ma I 1201
The increase in
tne persona employed .- estimat-
penri
dew
0 ii
197
BASIC METALS
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ii;

ih s period
MACHINERY AND
EOUIPMENT
1962 export-
of an output
I \i ten I to
ooo out of an
of $23l.l23i>-
will increase :" "* '
700 by 1970 .(-j
ELECTICAL EOOIP^
i*>j axports
an output oi
pecte' to n- "'
actimal
i n i
er, will irur.
TRANSPORT EQUIP**
wri-
of an '. .
incremwd to tth
pr ijtctet
000

3
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February 12, 1965
+Jenlsirk>ridlfar)
Page 3-C
c President Humphrey:
namic Man of the People
i foolish i" have
id plans \w
,,, Washington
I 135, bul
someday, il you
irseives and
u to work lor
[. t-an live here
ilj be
i C5 oi sen
ralhei egotis-
i ison but,
othi rs have
Hubi i'
I ideed live
I thej are in
it ; V'k e
I ill I c the prin-
L he i rael Bond
Ll Iho I on
| Sunday, Feb.
imliminished de
lial -i.i-in and that
c service which
Inark < entire adult
jeees. Came Swiftly
Humphrey has
ii i common touch.
ryotten that he
li the s '" "i a small-
lharmai i.-i and it was ;i
mall .mil not a verj
He still recalls
i; taking gradu-
I -uiii.i state Uni-
te used to make
Liu- : him to sell to lel-
|i u students for .i dyne apiece
lie femJfnbof's hi> firsi u
cessful campaign for Mayoi ol
Minneapolis, when he and his
w ife found themselves, alter it
v all over, with $7 in the bank,
and Si.Ton in campaign debts
i ess came swittly alter
that Humphrey was twice i
ed Mayor ol Minneapo! s, and
then elected lo the United States
Senate, when' he served fr m
intil he resigned t" be; ome
\ i r President But the disap-
pointments have been then- too,
foremost among them the I960
campaign for the Democratic
Presidential nomination v hen
Humphrey was defeated by the
late President John F Kenned)
in the Wesl Virginia primarj
He Speaks His Mind

For many yean a poiitican on
the way up, the Vice President
has never turned his back on
the ideals which he first espous-
ed, not even to gain preferment
.ii one kind or another There
were many observers who fell
that he forfeited his chance as
early as i!)48. by speaking out
too strongly for civil rights at
the Democratic national conven
tion. When he spoke his mind on
the Senate floor far more force-
fully than a freshman Senator
was expected to, it was widel>
assumed that he was serious!}
jeopardizing his entire political
future When he served as floor
manager ol the Ci\ .1 Rights
m the Senate last year, rnany
commentators said thai he was
vi iting "finis" to his hop s for
higher office
Yel all ol i hem pi >\ ed to be
v rong, and Hubert Humphrej t >
day occupies the second highest
posl in our land He I rinss to
(hal pos i ion ,i bi oad expei ieni e
lined in the fit) Hall ol Mm
neapolis and on the floor ol the
IS ?< nate It is worth nol
ing that as Mayor i Minneapo
li- h es ablished Ihe first mu-
i icipal Fair Emp i I Prac
IK,.s i ommis ion in the entire
I nited Stales
Humphrey's interests have
ii" \ er been circumscribed bj the
boundaries ol one country. He
has been an eloquenl spokesman
for the cause of peace and free
dom throughout the world, as
Premier Nikita Khrushche\ ol
the Soviet Union learned during
a famous eight-hour confronta
lion He has served as an Amer-
ican delegate to the United Na
lions, an alternate delegate to
the UNESCO conference in Paris,
and an advisor to the American
delegations to the Conference on
Nuclear Testing in Geneva,
Friendship With Israel
Vice President Humphrey's
friendship tor Israel covers the
entire span of its existence as
Continued on Page 5-C
LAUNCHING OF A NEW FIVE-YEAR PLAN
wiring Economic Frontier:
ijor Avenue of Progress
SAMUEL SOTHBERG
cnal Campaign Chairman
mai ks
ineat ii', j ear lal \ -lop industry rep-
reset .enue 1
ah 10? ; : m if i ants.
n ire balanced
el wing i greater
; tunities i n
i mi s, for ex-
ie ol exports
<*4 s rengthenint
Israe
Continued Development
' ol this tlevel-
during the pe
to -'.70 will de
-' inli il measure on
i.l Bond dollars
i ipmenl budget
'"".I Israel is
e an additional
Is or a total
ire than 3.000
'

bul on ot the
will
m the
lustry, especially
the
as
p ilar ol i-
ir Ihe
It n of
1st ie! trade
*try must also
1
. -I- as wel
population in-
Key Statistics
tin
I
H Go
ro
e overall de
ie economy, the
'vernment, with the aid
'' |; n i proceeds, must
P the roads, harbors, water
> and electric power, trans-
ition and other facilities
" the foundation for the
Itruction of industrial plants
?he establishment of Indus-
vomniunities
Bj 1970, Israel's labor force
Will consist ol 1.100.000 men and
women, and it- industrial pr i
duct ion will reach -
as (ompare i with SI >..............
in 1963, r at an average an
nual rate of increase ol 9.6 per
(, Industrial empl >> menl
will rise from 215 '"''> persons in
1.'..; i i 317.0 Indus-
tri i exports will grow from
S 161.000 11 0 in 1963 t i 8750 000
b> 1970 Together with $130,000,
expected agricultural es
pi its and $600,000,000 in exports
ot services shipping, insurance
and tourism i, Israel's total i x
pi its in i!'7
amount to $1,500,000,000, or more
than lw ice the exports for 1964.
r h < estimate I investments
that will be required between
now and 1970 in industry and
handicrafts will total approxi-
mately SI. 100,000,000
!',' the beginning of 1976,
about 80,600 persons in the de
veli | 'on. > will be employ-
ed in industry, constituting about
one quarter of the pr tjected total
in lustrial manpower in thai
m ar (317 ......
It will be necessarj lo create
about 10,000 jobs annually in the
de\ eli pmenl zones for a total of
IS nun new jobs by 1970 in indus
ti\ and handii rafts
Wheels of Industry
In 1962. the average invest-
ment per industrial worker in
the development and absorption
areas amounted to $5,660. This
figure is estimated at $6 700 for
the period from 1968 to 1970.
Th ii s. investments totalling
$327,000,000 ill be required bj
U70 to absorb the total of 49,-
000 new w irkers expected in In-
dustry m the development re-
gions
While rural settlement was
still expanding, the dispersal of
Israel's population was achieved
by the establishment of agricul-
tural settlements in the Negev
and the Galilee. Economic rea-
sons now prevent any consider
able further expansion ol agr
cultural settlement, and the
ihiei burden of accomplishing
the desired redistribution has ac
;alien upon the sh il
. i. the development towns
..liicli rely lo a large extent on
: rov th and econoni
ic progress
To bring tin- five-year indus-
eveiopment lan tu ieai
izatinn. the <; ivernmenl ol is
rael musl rel> on Ihe I
Bon campaign for a large pro-
on oi the large scale imesl
ment resources involved.
Solving Israel's Many
Problems of Growth
~%
p*r,w
*"
^mm S
In the new development areas of the Negev, recen' immi-
grants are building their own homes in a housing construc-
tion program financed with the aid of Israel Bonds. Since the
establishment of the Israel Bend program thirteen years ago.
more than 300,0C0 housing units, most of 'hem for new immi-
grants, have been built in various parts of Israel. Housing,
as well as the establishment of the new industries, irrigation,
and the development and settlement of unpopulated areas,
are being simulated by Israel Bonds, whose 1965 goal is
SIOO.000,000.
'
An important step toward solving Israel's problem oi water
shortages was taken with the opening of an experimental
plant for the desalination of water. Located in Elath, the plant
was buil' with the aid of Israel Bond funds. Based on the
freezing process developed by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, the
plant now converts 250,000 gallons of salt water into fresh
water daily.
Fitting installations to run under the pier at
Ashdod. By serving as a key terminal and
nerve center for tupplies and exports of new
urban centers in Ihe South, the new port of
Ashdod will stimulate the economic obsorp-
tion of some two-thirds of the 500,000 addi-
tional inhabitants expected in the next five
years.


Jnge 4-C
*-jenist fkrtdKam
Friday. February 12
13551
ISRAEL CENTRAL IN HIS LIFE
Use of Affluence to Serve
Man: Sir Isaac's Ambition
The use of affluence to serve his fellowman
and build up the spiritual and economic life ol
Israel has been the guiding philosophy of Sir
Isaac Wolf son, a self-made giant in British busi
ness. Sir Isaac whose basic approach to life
is reflected in hi- outstanding service to the state
of Israel, will be the guest of honor at the Israel
Bend inaugural dinner at the Fontaincbleau Hotel
on Sunday. Feb. 21.
Starting fift> years ago as a traveling s;iies
man of picture names in the Scottish Highlands.
he has built up the Great Universal Stores I'd
to the point where it is England's largest retail
operation He is often diffident about his re
mi rkable achievements in the business world, but
never hesitates to urge upon others the virtues ol
the Israel Bond drive, the Weizmann institute ol
Science, the British Empire lancer Campaign,
or thi ether communal endeavors to which he
It nds his prestige and his effort.
His Philanthropic Interests
The list ol Sir Isaac's interests- and benefac-
tions is an imposing one. He is president of the
I'nited Synagogue of Great Britain, honorarj
president of the Weizmann Institute and founder
of its Wolfson Institute ef Experimental Biology
He is trustee of the Religious Center in Jerusa-
lem. He is honorary treasurer of the Victoria
League for Commonwealth Friendship, patron
>i the Royal College of Surgeons, and a member
if the Grand Council of the British Empire Can-
cer Campaign Together with other members
of his family, he set up the Wolfson Foundation.
created in 1955 mainly for the advancement ot
health, education and youth activities in the
United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
His business interests are manifold He
serves as chairman of the Great Universal Stores
Ltd.. consisting of more than 2.5(H) stores, in-
cluding mail order companies, in many part- ol
the world He is active in the management of
a variet) ot banks and holding companies, in-
cluding the firm which owns 45 percent ol the
Pan Am Building in New York Cit) He has
played a leading role in the industrial develop
men! ot the State of Israel, and is chairman ol
the board 0! Paz nil Compan) Ltd in that coun-
try
Humble Scottish Background
Yet no mere listing ol his activities, either in
the field ol business or in communal life, can
in to give the lull picture of Sir Isaac Woll
51 n To understand the man one must go back
to Ills Origins lb' was one ol eleven soils and
daughters ol Solomon and Nacha Wolfson. who
came to Glasgow from Bialvstok in White Bus
Sia with their two oldest children Isaac was
born in the Jewish section ol Glasgow, where his
lather had a small furniture store.
Jewish tradition and Jewish feeling were
inculcated in Isaac Wolfson from his youngest
lays. His lather was a devou! scholar, and he
imparted his love of learning and hi> profound
faith to his children It undoubtedly was this
early training that played a decisive part In Sir
Isaac's commitment to philanthropic and Jewish
Causes in later lili'
At the age of 15. Isaac Wolfson began bis
career as a businessman. He visited villages
throughout Scotland, selling picture frames and
furniture. Sir Isaac recalls those days with great
Continued on Page 8-C
HE Will DISCUSS ECONOMIC NEEDS
Deputy Prime Minister Eban
Sees 'Fulfillment of Cycle9
Abba Eban came to Israel twen-
v-five years ago. but he didn't
^ain his full rights ot citizen-
-hip until five years ago. There's
1 very simple explanation for
hi- unusual situation As Is
ael's foremost diplomatic
-pokesman at the United Nations
old at Washington, he was never
n Israel long enough to be con-
-idereil anything but a visiting
VIP.
But in 1959. when Eban retired
rom the foreign service after
stablishing a brilliant interna
ional reputation, he became
Israel's most prominent "new"
itizen
soon thereafter, he was elect-
ed to the Knesset and serve.i
is Minister of Education and
Culture in Prime Minister Ben-
iurion's Cabinet
When Levi Eshkol became
Prime Minister in June. 1963.
Abba Eban was elevated to the
post of Deputy Prime Minister
N .. the statesman who 11-ed
to visit Israel is returning a- a
visitor to our country, and in
'hat role he will present the eco-
nomic needs ol Israel to the in
ternational inaugural conference
lor Israel Bond- from Feb. 19
to 21 ai the Pontainebleau Hotel
The Deputy Prime Minister's
unique eloquence, and h:- pro-
found Understanding of his coun-
try's problems and ot world af-
fairs, have earned him recogni-
tion in everj corner 01 the earth
He Oral achieved worldwide
prominence when he served a-
Official liaison between the Jew-
ish community of Palestine ami
the United Nations committees
winch deliberated the Palestine
pr hlcm in Geneva and at Lake
Success. He worked closely with
tin late Dl Cftaiai Weizmann,
who became the first president
of the State of Israel, in the
presentation of the case for a
Dfporr PRtmiK ban
man at the IN. he presented
Israel's position at the General
Assembly session which voted to
admit Israel as a member ol the
I'nited Nations
From that time until 1959. when
he returned to Israel. Mr Eban
was his country's permanent
representative at the United N.i
tions. shortly thereafter, he as-
sumed the additional post ol
Ambassador to the I'nited States,
vvhieh he also held until he went
hack to Israel
Eloquence has not been Mr
Eban's onl) instrument in win
Ming friends for Israel During
his tenure as Ambassador, he wa>
tireless in meeting with business
professional a n d educational
groups throughout the United
states in order to present Israel's
position, otteu convincing those
Continued on Page 8-C
Israel Bonds help to finance mining and processmci oi hrcsj
large phosphate deposits in the Negev for its growing ch
ical industry. Shown above is the ore enrichment :.
the Oron phosphate mines sou'.heast of Beesheba. Prol
tion at Oron is now at a level of a quarter million tons
ly. with a phosphorus content averaging about 29 pe:ce.
Israel's phosphate products have already establishe
for themselves on the world market. Wi'h the aid
Bonds, the exploitation of natural resources has became:
important factor in the country's program of large-scale
nomic development.
Historic Perspective
Shows Israel's Growth
As Major Salvation
By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
Vice President
Israel Bond Organization
We are now m a year which
ha- an interesting link with
events that shaped the history
ol the world and tate of the Jew-
ish people and Israel. 1965 marks
the twentieth anniversary of the
international conference at San
Francisco which launched the
I'nited Nations.
Both events had a very gig
nificant influence on Jewish life
in our time. The first liberated
Europe before Hitler could com
plete the wholesale annihilation
ot the Jewish people ot that con
tinent The second gave birth to
a world organization that was
to grant international authority
to the establishment ot the -ov
eriun and independent State ol
Israel.
Scaffold for Economy
Yesterday, today and tomoi
row are the winds which best
define the scope of historic re-
porting it is a range of vision
verj aptlj applies to what
..in and Canadian Jewrj
are doing ti da) in behall ol Is
rael's economic development It
;- an approach thai i- essential
for a toll understanding ot the
icance 01 the worldwide
operation known as state ot 1-
rael Bonds
The tragedies o|
the hopes of tomorrov
these elements enter into 1
appraisal of the Israel
program, its meanii
Jewish people and it- moil
lor the State ol [srai
The basic purpose ind
tion of Israel Bonds art I
course economic. Israel
provide the scaffolding lor;
entire economy. The} have t
roads, harbors and r.n'\v.,>-
have spurred the exploitation
natural resources and the
struction of irrigation pipeli
thev hav e aided in the esttl
ment of new industl
have built homes i":
grants in short they M
provided the foundation fori
nomic development I-
have been decisive 111 man
possible the impressive
reflected in the <\. >- I
rael's present ecoi
Bui beyond all these Ihi
Israel Bonds havi
.nice for two chil '
the one hand, tin" an' tl*1
strumenl ol sell r< Ik i
'Hit Which there i.
Israel. The countn
economic stability carries
in it the seed "t < sped,!
seed of spiritual irul cuiH
fulfillment
Inspiring Partnership
On the other hai
Bonds not onl) represent a"'
vestment which -1
ins. in Israel, bill alsi
partnership which insi 1
partners, and ereati
sense ol achievem< 11
tho-e outside ol i-1
and tho-e in Israe I"' "~
ii-e of the funds
construction and deve
In this light ',
enon as the reden
Bonds, which be
1963, lakes on a srw
Redemption ol si
thev mature 1- no rnoi
1 online matter in the !:"f.'L
world. But in the cast
pond- it has had fal
v iew "I
ided I
In
significance
many doubts which att<
launching oi Israel B
Ol Bonds bruusT
ce of "f
kod *
A textile worker at Kottonia factory in Petach reach S3 cm nnn nnn ~<- j -..,*,
Tikva, oldest Israel colonv. Rv lQ7n wJ" na nL^ 0?0' as COI"P<"ed with Sl,-
Jewish State before the United Tikva, oldest Israel colony. By 1970. Israel's 600 C r~ -
Nations in 1947 It is the labor force will consist of 1,100.000 men and of increaVe o fi average annual rate
youngest intern.,-.:- ipokM women, and its industrial production will rales of increase> to thTintSJ worlcf ^^
01 Israe
redemption
about a new resin
fidence in Israel M eve
emotional and dran ati ''.
to this tangible prool cl >'
succes- It was a mil*"*
Continued on Page 6-C


L, February 12, 1965
*Jmifi fkridian
Page 5-C
asluon O/10W 0 omen s
2)
wiston
C
amoai
pcuan
iivenchy-lsrael Collection
ill be Featured at Noon
uncheon Here Feb. 19
at onal premiere of
nchy-Israel Collection,
annual Israel Bond fas-
[ v ill be the highlight
, on marking the open-
, i |he National Women's Di
|. _n at the Fontaine-
.! iKHin on Friday,
I i \ir> .*ii Peerce, na
I nan i the division,
I a< the linH-hrc.ii
nated one thousand
i unony l hem many na-
|:.il roanin.il and community
|i Bond leaders from cities
. ; nite l States and
I] lake part in the
l<
ii mod guests at tin- Hi-
lt in mierc and Lun-
In to ilie international
i ui ... nil, \\ iii be Mi -
L ; ban. wile ol the Deputy
Ii-.! Minister ol Israel, and
|<:> Kilith VVolfson, joint chair-
ii u ihe Children and Youth
i ittee lor Greal Bri-
B'
s .M in lebrated tele-
and beauty
r ill sen e .is fashion show
h latoi Miss Mycrson is
r. 11) co-i hairman ol the
r : Sow York Women's Di-
li State oi Israel Bonds.
. hy Israel Collection,
i ill he staged and acces
\, Jordan Marsh-Flcrida
:- ,n mierc showing, v. as
f. < oordinatcd by the
in Kincman, who ser-
1i tin of ihe National
l is'on The world-
n I ibert de Givcnchy, de-
signer for many ol the world's
best-dressed women, accepted
Mi- lineman's invitation to take
pan in the collection Givenchy
is represented by twelve ensem-
bles, six of which he has made
of Israeli textiles lie is the sole
French participant in the collec
i on, nisi as Yves st Laurenl
was in 1964, Since Givenchy is
the idol ot French couture, his
participation is an indication of
Israels ever-growing stature In
the world of fashion design and
custom manufacture.
The Israel portion of tli.' Gl-
venchy-lsrael Collection is com-
prised ol more ih.hi thirty cos>
mines, ranging from resort wear
to formal ball gown.. Israels
foremost couturiers. Lola Boer
and Finy Leitersdorf, are fea-
tured in the show, as is the cele-
brated young Gideon Oberson.
Pnina Shallon and Marta Vida
are included for the second con-
Continued on Pag* 6-C
Shown here are three ensembles from the
Givenchy-Israel Collection, the new Israel
Bond fashion show, which will have its inter-
national premiere on Friday, Feb. 19. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Left is a handloomed
wool and mohair tweed by Maskit of Israel,
which was chosen by Hubert de Givenchy for
this off-white suit. Center is a striking ex-
ample of French elegance at its height in Gi-
venchy's short coat and strapless eveninc
dress in pink and amethyst on an emerak
ground. Right. Givenchy chose an Aled o
Israel knit for this two-piece sui* with its softly-
tied neckline. All photographs were taken ii
the Louvre Museum, by Ginsbourger, wit!
special permission of the French MinLs.try o
Fine Ar'3. The new fashion show will tour the
U.S. and Canada for the 1965 Bond drive.
A NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OFFERS HER VIEW OF NEED TODAY
Work Continues to Grow in Depth and Scope
By
MRS. JAN PEERCE, Chairman
National Women's Division
The yc.ir 1964, with its record
shattering achievements in Israel
Bonds, is now behind us. and we
have Fixed our sights on l!>t>5 and
its cash goal ol $100,000,000 in
Israel Bond sales The role of
North \ : priean women in ensur
ing that grand total "ill I
signal impoi tance
Wc are pi oud ol the fact I hi I
though wc are not a membi iship
organization, we continue over
the years to have Ihe wholeheart-
ed and steadj participation of
women in every walk of life,
women whose loyalty to Israel
Bonds is as steadfast as their
manifold interest in all major
Jewish organizations in both the
United States and Canada Israel
Bend< are a unifying element
among all people ea jer to build .,
sell sufficient, independent I-
.i.-l
Co.istant Increase
AihS. ABBA [BAN
Ml the centi
Women's Divis'
(0 -...."I I opi
e\ ( r\ S.....i .
lowing the patl
campaign
ol new i omen
membership in
I h 'I'- :-
in the number
inj adm
Guard ol < hen
acets ol our
worl out nue
I d< plh ith
n fol
! rn ol the total
ar, thousands
i
.. our v olun-
i- Bonds,
ant increase,
omen .. am
to tl ince
.Hid ," thai h
MRS. JAN PK
cst honor category ol all, the
S100.000 Woman ol Valor Cum-
ulative figures over any one
year's campaign show that mil-
|j ins Ol plus'' dollars arc
brought in by tin- efforts ol worn
en active in this program.
i e same growth holds true (f
our National and Ncge* Spoi iors
o i ..in through which wc i ach
yi ar e iroll many thousands of
women as purcha ers ol a min-
. ol $1,000 in lsra wc introduced the concept
oi si 500 N< ge\ spon-. is. we
1 .,,, been enrolling mon Neg
Sponsors than National Sponsors.
i -upping" of purchase levels
is hoth extraordinary and mean
ingful.
New Vision
Our annual fashion show also
continues to attract wider and
wider attention In communities
throughout North America Since
admission is based on the sale
and purchase of Israel Bonds, we
arc profoundly gratified by the
growing fame of our unique col-
lections We are confident that
the Givenchy-lsracI Collection,
which "ill have its international
premiere at our luncheon al the
Kontainebleau next Friday, will
prove the mosl productive in our
history to date.
Yet another development that
has very considerable value is
that we each year welcome
young officers into the family of
Israel Bond leadership. Joining
forces with the long-time veter-
ans ol the campaign, they bring
new vigor and new vision to our
long-range work.
with the termination of tier
man reparations this Spring ai
with the reduction oi other to
eign aid to Israel, the urgency i
success in the Israel Bond dn\
is more intense than it has evi
yet been. It is the largest sin-
source of foreign investment cai
ital in the Development Budgl
ol Israel. In 1965, it must co
stitute one-third oi the total bui
jet for the economic upbuildir ;
ol Israel.
These are the facts. Out
awareness oi them, we have ; -
ri ady taken action In the launc!
ing of the HI63 campaign and u
will sustain our action in ton
throughout this crucial year.
The Nobel Prize-winning Gre<
poet and diplomat. George S
fcris, expresses our sentimen
and our outlook in these words
.hist a little more
And we shall see the almond
trees in blossom
The marbles shining in the su
The sea. the curling waves.
.lust a little more
Let us rise just a little higher.
-

Man of the People
*MW MSI wmoN
Continued from Page 3-C
a siate. When he first came lo
the Senate. I-.a. I W as a new na-
tion, just a lew months old. He
has hem consistently vocal in
urging American friendship for
Israel, and has spoken in behall
of the Israi l Bond drive on nu-
merous occasions. In May, 1957,
while he was chairman of the
Middle Eastern Subcommittee
of the Senate Foreign Relatl ns
Committee, he visited Israel in
the course ol a tour ol Ihe area.
and met with Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion.
The participation ol Vic< Pi es
idenl Humphrey promises to be
one of the high points ol the in-
augural dinner for Israel Bonds
on Feb. 21. His oratory i- legi nd
ary, his wit is world-famous, his
deep msii hi into present-day
problems makes anything he has
to -ay well worth listening to.
lie i- a man who has risen high,
yet he speaks in accents that the
humbles) can understand His chemical industry in israel |* expected to have the
'r'UrC hPh"h-. Sd! deep 'a'e < export increase during the period from 1962,
Sn^of SOCi.1 Ju.Scf.nd con amounted to S7.600.000, to 1970. when it is expected
__ i.............u___ 7-7 Qnn nnn
highest
when it
to total
cern for human wellare.
S72.900.000.


Page 6-C
*Jfe4c* ittric/f3nn
Friday, February |o
f/HPHdSfZE ECONOMIC l/H'ERAT/VES EXISTING TODAY
Israel Prime Minister EshkoL
Finance Minister Sapir Send
Messages to Bond Inaugural
By LEVI ESHKOL
Prime Minister
State of Israel
Israel's economic development
hinges on blendiug the dedicated
:.,l>>r nf ail OUT people, lnclud-
ing the hundred- ol thousand.- ol
new Immigrants, with the cap
ital ami resources of our people
As German reparations come
t.i an end. our foreign currency
income mu*t stem more and
more from our own export earn-
ings and from Israel Bond sales
The economic development and
strengthening ol Israel arc th<
best deterrent ol vvar and
antee for peace
The do.ad.- oi the Negev 1-
lerv ay. 'ho development
ol the Central Galilee has begun
and now we must prepare em-
ployment for ihc waves ol Immi-
grants from Easl and West who
we hopo will join us in the year:
ahead
In the light of these historical
tasks, may the Israel Bond effort
reach and break the sioo.oou.ooo
barrier thi> year.
By PINHAS SAPtR
Finance Minister
State of Israel
With tho backing of Israel
Bond dollars Israel again com
pletod a year ot energetic fis-
cal achievement
Our m"ss national products
grew b> eleven per cent in real
terms, continuing our free world
record Industrial production
i tupped the tremendous li-
ure of six million pounds In the
north and south, intensified ef-
forts were devoted to conquer
ing our wasteland.
The now city of Carnuel be-
came a reality in the Central
Galilee We completed the first
phase Of Our National Water
Project which nou carries life
to the Negev.
Negev cities and industries
flourished and expanded.
Bui those and other accom-
plishments were not realized
without problem.-, not without
some failures. The year that
faces u- is no less fraught with
economic obstacles and surely
demands no less ^\ achievement
pace
v\,. fac ii with confidence
heavily buttressed b> me know!
edge ot our Israel Bond partner
ship
Port of Ashdod Keeps Pace
With Expanding Economy
[n rms if i
\. ipmenl as well as potential
- future growth, one of
the most important events >i
'.hSo will bo the opening ol I
new deep-water port ot Asl
When the first ship enters the
new harbor later thi> year 11
terials and <:i
,>i the export products
Sege<.....ianl -" |
taken in opening the new
tier of development in the
S ith.
Ambassador Michael i
permanent repn -
live to the I i Sal ons
referred to 1st;
tow ard sell reuanct as a
it > iui wli state
li Israel is a do-it-)
St; te. '.he row port ol
it well be .....i '
elf" port While : ISt I )
- us that in and
there was a -: \sl
the Me in i ra < an Sea
ng ag '
ne\ p rl
. \-'i.. >i unique i- .:-.' t is a
deep water p rl lion to
being one of the few port- in his-
torj the orli to be
built oa a si -time in
an open sea Unlike Haifa. Ash
the classic type of
port. Ashdod is a deep water
port not because nature made it
so. but because the people ol
do-it-youi -
Keeping Pace
lod is being buill
il\ to keep pace with I
Israe -
imy It i> signifii ant I
the ceremonies marking I
iitinini of a irk "ti the v
July. 1961 were le<
of Malt of Isi

neJ of
-'

.....

m tot
this
The Israel Tort -. was
n 1961 to (
expand and administer all ports
and port facilities in Israel 0m
of ita first responsibilities wa-
the construction of a n
port on the M<
The decision to build the nev
port in the South was influenced
by a number of important lac
tors
Israel's pres. nt port capac
immo-
date the enlai ged vi
the next dt cade and the
The
[ existii
i i much
urban ( ngestion which has
Lind the ports \
new built, and
Th phospati
export industries
thi Negev
than half of the citrus
th of Tel
A\i\ Having a port
with needed port industries,
. these pn I
a ... v er lai I transp >rtation
Continued on Page 7-C
PRIM MINISTIR ISHKOl
flNANCl MINISUt Uf.
Fast Development
Continued from Page 2-C
development of the existing harbor- ..t Haifa 1*1
struction of the deep water port .
will be a major center of commerce on the "'!'
il f*l Aviv.
There were mure than 128.000 vehicles on th
in 1963 more than twice the number seven years
- are linking remote part.- of Israel.
I \ i men b d its flights from ui li
n 2.8(H) m 1963, and ;n the p..-: 10 years
national travelers passing through Lydda \ .
from 62 000 to 409.000
Tourism on Phenomenal Rise
Durii ast decade, tourism has becon
industries Mr Israel with < i bi i
317 : iiu nt
Tin re were 220.000 tourists in 1963 as con
48.000 in 1953 Apart from foreign currencj
sportation bj l"-i Al and Zim Lines, tourists
million in Israel in 1963 as against only S3 milhoi
of major importance to Isr.....conomii
f the i ntrj natural n
il i-rael Bonds liie-e h..\e included dc|
minerals in the Negi \ and
bromine 11 the Dea I S< <
- : .- U gl
. iced by the National W
rom th north to thi arid i
Economic Prognosis Very Favorable
Am '! b) thi
.- oil from tankers berthed at F.lath to
Israel Bonds also hi oted th. gi
trj'- a ads and mi ri bani marine.
Israi Is pro) highlighted by the facl tl
.. Point Foui to tupplj '
meal assistanci and scientific and medical kt.
tries in Asia and Afi
s for Israel s economic futun
It is based on the -kill and determinate- :ht paa
and le of importance which 1 BoaBl
i laying in the country's development
Historic Perspective
Ashdod s City Hail m the heart ot the shop- the town developing southward from the river
puig center. The town of Ashdod was begun and the port and its mdusbaal eccnplsnt -orth
in 1956. The two sections the port and the ward, m an area of 900 acres Pan'of Ashdod
town are separated by the Lachish Rive: with will serve the Negev and the Jerusalem ainc
Continued from Page 4-C
gl th that !..

.11 !*>4
Share In Making History
has been achievi
our job is not finished The
. ..
for thi t year repn
mount require.; to enable
to carry on its economic
development A large scale pro
gram of industrialization es
D the no. | ment
: forward
to provide for a population in
- within the next
five j
With immigration continuing
at a substantial rate, the expan
sion ot me economy must be
stimulated to provide jot
men 1-rael Bond dol-
are the lifeblood ol
ment and employment in the
ng regions of Israel
The pad the present and the
future converge in the State of
I-rael To t.
fulfill our part
tory,
ot our poop..
r li
OUt the
Fashions
Continued r>0 P'*"*
-native .
are among i
.
Talmor
Maakil i- -
, rafts tndustrif u W*
! in both fabnes
ire th- t*earfl
Aled. Dor,
The
and Ernst V
eated by i '"
tail and mink |
roilearini -:t*
.mere in Nu
Israel Collecti i -"''^
ct.es of Nerti ^n"
rael Bond


idc
v February 12. 1965
+ ki Page 7-C
Itzhak Perlman To
Plav at Sunday Eve
Conference Dinner
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. ,,- pure, sweet tone
rasing li- I"'" """, ls "",
and steady and
ol his left hand
... swift and accur
.. joy and bounce
pia. : that had oldtim
Can eg e Hall reaching
n ... memories to the
I ; iuthful Heifetz to
.. parallel "
. comment by the critic oi
- ,u Vork Herald-Tribune,
,anj other rave reviews,
; (hi performance ol
, perlman, brilliant young.
violin virtuoso and win-
ihr coveted Leventritt
\ d
- ia> svening, Feb. 21,
ill be the guest
t>-,-*!;;> international
[or Israel
,,i the Kontainebleau Ho
, uii be accompanied b)
jiversit> iii Miami Orches-
the baton "I Dr Fa-
\ 11 / k >
i this charming and
omenon who in
im i:i> most enthusi-
;,n- -mih musical greats
\ I uhin. 1. e 0 tl a I d
Isaac Stern, and
. v ippcared with
orchestras in the United
uthn countries?
A Sabra
- Perlman was born in
iv nineteen years ago, Ihe
polish immigrants. B) the
; three, he had already
i strong talent for music,
able tn pick out tunes on
Iren's violin. A bout with
before the age of five left
ith severely limited use
but fortunately the
part "I ins bod) was spar-
He musi use crutches to
.iiiii plays the violin sitting
ITZHAK PtRlMAN
down As recently as 1958, he
could not plaj for more than
hall an hour at a time
Music became hi- entire life,
and Ins constant work to achievi
mastery on the violin was thera-
peutic for both his spirit and liis
body. He studied at the Tel
A\iv Academy ol Music, he gave
recitals in and about Tel Aviv,
and he performed on Kol Yis
roel, the Israeli radio network,
both in recital and with orches
tral accompaniment.
Perlman's first major recog-
nition came in 1U.">8. when he won
a talent competition conducted
in Israel by Kd Sullivan, who
wa.s seeking artists for his tele
vision show, lie was brought to
the United states for three ap-
pearances on the Kd Sullivan
Show, and subsequently appeal-
ed again bj popular request. At
that time, he also concertizefl
throughout the United States and
Canada to the highesl critical
acclaim.
Juilliard Student
His talent won him admission
to the famous Juilliard School ol
Music in New York City, and
alter live years as an otitstand
ins scholarship student in the
Preparatory Division, he enter
the Regular Division of Juilliard
anil was awarded one Of the
scholarships of the Tuck Founda-
tion of Detroit He also studied
at the Meadow mount School ol
Music lor several summers,
where he was the recipient ol the
Lado Scholarship
For Ihe second time in his
young life. Perlman entered a
musical competition a n April. 19>4. in the face of heavy
competition, he won the coveted
Leventritt Memorial Award
placing first in a field of nine
teen contestants His playing was
acclaimed by a jury Including
isaa.- stern. George S/ell. Wil-
liam Steinberg and other lead-
ing artists and critics
As winner of this outstand-
ing American musical contest.
Perlman received $1,000 m cash
,ind was scheduled for appear-
ances with the symphony orches
iras ot Cleveland, I ittsburgh,
New York. Detroit. Buffalo. New
Haven and Denver, with most
ol the concerts listed for the
1964 65 concert season.
ABRAHAM ttlNBlRG
President
SAUEl ROTHStRG
National Campaign Chairman
t^UIS H. F.OtAR
National Chairman Bnard oi Governors
IRA GUILDfN
National Chairman
LAWRtNCl J. lASKtr
Chairman Executive Committee
DR. JOSEPH ;. S'H'JUARTZ
Vice President
Among Prominent Men
Behind National Drive
Among prominent leaders behind the
national State of Israel Bond Organization
are these men. Their efforts throughout the
year, and in many cases since the inception
of the Israel Bond campaign in May, 1951,
have helped spur the successful sale of
bonds for Israel's economic and industrial
development. With ever greater industrial-
ization of Israel as the key to the Jewish
State's future, their leadership serves as a
key to the assurance of the young nation's
progress.
MORRIS W. BtRINSTUN
National Chairman ot Trustees
Port of Ashdocl Keeps Pace
DR. fABICN StVITSKY
Continued from Page 6C
costs considerably. In some
eases, a distance of 75 miles
would be saved in transporting
products to AshdOd instead ol
to Haifa.
Relieving Congestion
By serving as a key termi-
nal and nerve center for supplies
and exports of new urban cen-
ters in the south, the new port
oi Aahdod would stimulate the
absorption ol some two thirds ol
the 500,000 additional inhabitants
, xpected in the nexl five years
through immigration and natur-
al increase.
The developed area around
Ashdod allows for effective
planning oi the port, as well as
the town of Aahdod, and the
outlying region will contain port
industries and services, in ad-
dition to a modern inland trans-
portation system.
()| immediate anil pressing
concern is the fact that the port
,il \shdod will relieve the con-
gestion which now ties up Haifa
port, causing bottlenecks which
cause dozens of ships to wait
outside the port. The added ex
pense of such delays will be cut
down as soon as the port of Ash-
dod opens.
Since the area chosen for the
port of Ashdod does not have 8
naturally favorable coastline for
a harbor, the Israel Port Author
lty had to start from scratch by
constructing a breakwater out
into the Mediterranean Sea. This
gigantic undertaking is being ac-
complished in stages
The first phase ol the port
ithe citrus-b'ilk phase which i-
expected t<> be in initial
operation for the 1965-66 cit
ins export season. will pro
vide at Ihe start lor an entrance
space for about BOO feet between
the main breakwater and the lee
breakwater A calm basin ot
256 acres will thus be create.I.
and the pier length will allow
room for 10 shins al a time.
By 1969 1970, depending on the
need, the capacity ol Ashdod
port will be enlarged to accom-
modate up to 22 ships.
Efficient Turn-Round'
During the next decade, the
existing breakwater will be
lengthened by an additional 2.100
feet and a new lee breakwater
will be built to the north. This
will be done as part of the final
phase, which is expected to be
completed between 1970 and 1980.
when the port will be able to ac-
commodate up to 32 ships
The main breakwater con
Continued on Page 8-C
JACK D. VJitltR
Secretary-Treasurer
MAX BRESSIER
National Chairman of Guardians
JULIAN B. VtNtZKf
National Chairman ot Regions


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+Je*i*t fkrMtor
Friday. February
? 1355
Port of Ashdod Keeps Pace
CantwwW from P<9 7<
- of iaer of rock? a
- -jre izA aetght :---. tai I
MM It Mil **e~ ?
ibe open *ea side when
raves .-. .-. -1 -
as racks
a;, x pr -..
En s. the i
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. that tt ; mtei
: -
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r -"
mcc For l -
-.- port : a-
...
trod
.'
i bi
tad facilities for r ami
turo-f
ute the -hip the port
aad ecdi when t has aarged
wear?* reloaded left The
I more -
is doae.
process rcfi res ill "-
I -. entir
-'- .-. "
I Is
I "*
-
rid an
d towns the port '
this will
not happen ~ ~ I I
-
-. the port an the I
with I ng soul
the ris er and thi
- istrial cor
!.-. a- : 900
res. A I the i ui I
i .-. |
- ware ho-.:- stor
yards i fueJins
lories oa r k n a
plants and other facilities
in a central
?.-.. :.--.:.-.. : "
- "' ,h*
port
- Nation ot
raw
fr-.rr. a p-'-rt r
^iern traf-
:.-.-
Ashdod Expansion
v esent the population
Ashdod -
it is grow
5inc<
: :
ing the | I I Ha fa ":
- .- pan :-. port
and sh;pp;ni
I feline with
thi world. B
- so at least vne-third of Istjk
annvyl development budget, Is-
rael B ads are also financing
stries in new towns and
development areas and spurring
the gr -"" f i irerj part i
-
Sir Isaac's Ambition
Cc?ir>vd from Page 4-C
te the list of Scot
U mat* Success and Recognition
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U Wolfs
sines* The success
Great
L itomers. Its
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to S100.000.00i
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ie 1

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Institut
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voted Jew. the same human pt-r.-on that hi
brought up to be He Strictly ti
$ practices thai be li
He and Li Ij Edith v.
married in 1928. have ke|..... e fcr
is himself now married and the
f threi children
Sir Isaac's dedication to .lev. has
-ion tnrougl: in many
ictions Hi established the Jewish D..'.
school in the West End of London, and
Hecbal Sbktmc the world I
entei '':. In add.-.
f fifty s;
- t Israel
The Seal [srai
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mem to i
to be the sues!

Deputy Prime Minister Eban

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aad the ;.-
tne
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participated together
If mister 3ee-Gnnoa m the
of the Israel Bond
in the fasted
May. 1961. Recoanauina the fact
that itmamtuit growth is the eee
tral paHar of the restore of Israet
*e traveled in ataay parts of the
co try and shared aarjanateiy
if The it i. toptax of flats ireat
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"Vna aad
MsdrfZ* Ei-* aad World ? :>
He has translated onto Fitfiirti
a rnwel by the Erjpe
T'n'.i a; Hai.a aad :; ?..:
Sibtd schotarty papers c- He
brew aad Arab>< uvratnre as.
weQ as Eastern social and cul-
-*' ;- 'r~- i-.j %rah Jtaaah
Rfaamaa
Mr E:an >er.e, ilaa a< presi-
dest of the Wettmana *iir of
Science in Kehawoth.
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Historic Mmor
"W-i". rr.%:err. Israel eicept
the r-
**<* b a Mdaiune ful
fiUrer: of history's cycle, a
bndxe tSromx mam the ^\i: of
continents and seneratior.-
aniat the unity of all histor
ie experiecce '
The sn:aJlne*> of or State m
area and population Is ec
in the consciousness oi n-.r
the hnaad rkftai o< historic
an
Israel's marchanl marine which has passed the l.OC
mark, is being spurred by ship co.-^tructicn c: lh 1st >;. s- ~
v-:ds Ltd.. Haifa, established srith the aid of Israel &:r:-
More than 1.000 persons are employed c* the shipyard where
a new 3.500-;or. coaital faeiahter is shown under :onstruaion
cgair.st the background of the c;ty of Hau'c. Isi :- ~e.
chant fleet, which consisted of a single hip when the :c
czh.eved independence, hes been dereloped r:-
vrhere i1 includes approximately 100 vessels ..-. _:^.
construction, among them freighten reotilaried tnieri
zr.i z number of luxury liners.
the dese:t ere being pusnec
ale develop ment
Israel Boi Phol
procres.- [ the I
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Settiecs are shown arriving in Carmiel. the find Dew
be established :n the Central Galilee under Uicel s procicm
for the development oi the cma. which was iaittatfl
aid of Israel Bond funds. Carmiel was formally dedicattd
recenUy at special ceremonies attended by Prim* "' 'e'
Levi Eshkol and other leading Israeli officials. The new ,0'*n
a expecied to have an eventual population ol 53.00C and u^
c key element in Israels plans 'r> settle BOCCupied neffioes
of the GaUlee and bring about cloeer uoqpiraooc befwer.'
the Jewish and Arab inhabitants.


Friday. Fenway 12. 1965
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Friday. February 12. 1965
., .1 i i.i
The
Atlanticists
By MAX LERNER
B'nai B'rith Plans Triennial Confab in Israel in May
The currenl great debate raging on both sides of the Atlantic is
. i the surfa. e a d. bat( about MLF In depth, it is a debate about
te'fut ire stance ol Europe and America in reaching global pol.tical
isi ms and in shaping either rival nuclear establishments or a com-
>n one The outlines of the opposing positions in the debate are just
i g to take on sharpness through the haze ol verbal smoke.
One position is that ol the Gaullists, and it has Us upholders not
j in France but throughout Western Europe and even in American
iversities. The other is that ol the "Atlanticists." and while its pnn
>al strength is in America, German) and Italy, it has partial sup-
rt in Britain and even in Franco. Thus the lines ol eomlict do not
low national boundaries, bol are trans national
* *
My hunch about American policy is that it is using MFL less as
iard and-fast goal than as a bargaining piaee. You cant boat some-
ing with nothing. De Gaulle offers Europe his force de Irappe as
,. basis of a future European nuclear establishment As an
swer America has thought up the mix-manned fleet oi 25 surface
ips armed with 200 nuclear missiles, which may some day become
Polaris fleet Tins, say the American experts, means tour or five
ies the destructive power -if de Gaulle's force of low-lying planes,
en if you calculate what de Gaulle will Have eight years from now
De Gaulle's present target is German. He storms at the Germans,
- ,-eatening to denounce the Franco-German treaty if Germany enters
\:i r But the treaty, which could have had life only il Adenauer
i. ..il in power, is a dead letter today, anyway. De Gaulle's real
pe lies not with the Germany he once courted but with the Britain
SC0| ied li the British and Germans fail to make up then- past dii
nee-, and if Harold Wilson makes the traditional anti -Germanism
the labor part) a national policy, then MLF will never be horn
The American hope is that Wilson will be able to abandon the
dogma ol his own part) To do this he will have to model himself
his description ol his conversations with President Johnson: "Prac-
t eal. no theology, but last moving, down to earth" II he can achieve
- ch a style on his own and shake oil Ins party's dogma, he can work
i a military political formula with Germany and America which will
I n/ flic Atlanticists into being
* *
There is, of course, a big question about the record Wilson has
I eady made in his bnet but lusterless tenure ol power. He knows
cannot improve Britain's balance of payments positions without
tiding up the export industries. But that will require added invest-
nt in those industries and he cannot get it from frightened busi-
ssmen He made the mistake at the very start in pushing steel
onalization and proposing a punishing tax program. Thus he
scared the daylights out of the business community whose confidence
had to win.
The question is whether the same Harold Wilson, who has not
oil) escaped "theology" in his domestic actions, will now be able
t< scuttle it in his foreign policy He is dependent upon America li
ncially, yet he cuts against the American jjrain by his unwillingness
to brill.; the Germans into a common nuclear plan, lie does have bar
.. inm leverage because both America and (iermany need the British
dly at this moment without the British the American plan for
rop< .'ill look frighteningly like an American-German axis. With
,. British in, the Italians ami Dutch and others will also come in.
i will then be able to talk ol a genuine European lineup which
-. uld leave de Gaulle isolated.
* *
This is the current hope of the Atlanticists. It rests on common
ion by the three powers Britain, Germany, America in finding
formula which will defend Europe better than de Gaulle's formula
i, n and which will at the same time unity Europe better.
But the Americans have their thoolog) a- well as tin British It
i- then constant militar) emphasis on the MLF as a kind of magic
nitil., The) will not be able to bridge 'he Atlantic unless they can
flexible enough to shift from a military to a political emphasis. This
II Involve the creation "I an agency which takes common action on
_ obal political policies De Cell' wants a Europe which will consult
gether first ami the; bargain with America a- a political unit It is
. enticing vision for the Europeans. The only possible answer to him
,i Europe which ill consult rcgularl) with America and then bar-
. m with the outsider- whether it be de Caulle or the Russians a- a
il in short, the real NATO crisis is political, not military
The hopeful fact lies in the constant shuttling, back and forth
ross the Atlantic ol American and European political and intellec
. leaders. There ha\< been all kinds of seminars, like the one
Ich lias just ended .1' Munich, whose members comprise governmen-
I and military experts hut also scholars from the great research
liters of Europe and America The fail is (hat an Atlantic cultural
nmunity :- alreadj coming into ex fence For de Gaulle tin- is
fact to lace. But lor America i' forms a base for future trans-
lantii unity which ma) prove even more decisive than the American
:litar) power base.
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WASHINGTON A centennial
v. ill he celebrated, a library in the
V-_e\ anil an auditorium in Tel
ui\ dedicated a len-yi ar prom-
ise fulfilled, and a new" interim
Lional president elected when 1,500
members assemble for the B'nai
B'rith triennial convention in l
rael next Ma)
For the second time in the or-
ganization's 121-year history, the
convention will be held outside the
United States
B'nai B'rith officials ?re pre-
paring for an even heavier reg-
istration than in 19iv when, or-
ganising the largest airlift in
commercial aviation history, they
transported 1,250 delegates and
guests to Jerusalem for the first
international convention ever
held on Israel soil.
The complex travel and housing
arrangements to accommodate vis-
itors from six continents tor this
year's live-day meeting. May 23 to
27. are being handled by a conven-
tion committee headed by Sydney
A. Hellenbrand, of Cedarhurst.
N. Y.. an international vice presi
dent of B'nai B'rith.
Convention participants will
spend an additional week in Israel
touring the countr) in organized
groups
SYDNEY HEUfNBBAND
bel A Katz for tne presidency.
Katz's six-year administration, the
tWO-term maximum which B'nai
B'rith allows, will conclude in the
Holy Land surroundings where it
began
This year's convention will mark
the one-hundredth annlversar) of
B'nai B'rith's first association
with Palestine This was in L865,
when the then fledgling group ap-
propriated $4,500, a sizeable part
ni its small treasury, to aid Jewish
settlers victimized b) the cholera
epidemic
The 1959 convention elected I.a During the convention, the
auditorium of the new building
will be dedicated to the memory
of Eddie Jacobson, of Kansas
Citv, a B'nai B'rith leader who
was the close friend __and one-
time business ^>arfHer"*of resi-
dent Truman. Jacobson. acting
for B'nai B'rith, was instrumen-
tal in arranging the first White
House meeting between Presi-
dent Truman and the late Dr.
Chaim Weiimann shortly before
the establishment of Israel state-
hood.
Delegates will also particip te
:,. a pre convention dedication oi
the B'nai B'rith Librar) now under
, oi struction at Sde Boker in the
Negev The library is to be part ol
the Midrasha, an academy lor re
search in desert reclamation,
founded near the kibbutz home ot
former Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion.
The building is ultimate!) ex
pected to contain, among other
volume-. Mr. Ben-Gurion's per
sinal library.
Another ceremony, tbje out, to
be held in the Judoan, hills iua:
Jerusalem, will mark rttnpletior
ol the .VKi.iKK) tree B'nai B'rith
Martyrs' Forest. .1 memorial to
members ot the organization who
died in the Nazi holocaust The pro
.ied was inaugurated a decade .,.
in cooperation with the Jewish Sa
tional Fund.
Qood uWi
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influential
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*Jew isii ncridUar
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*Jenist tkrkJiar
Friday. Fehraan X\%i
El Al Official Helped from the Start
______ i ...... annthnr free
Capt Leo Gardner, manager of mol
rice at formed, -hut more l
M 2 Wadiii gtoa v Miami grants m
Mh upon I* '^rdmr
: si
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he
"
David)
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"I proposed the formation of
an airline utilizing Jewish tech-
r cally qualified personnel to
fir the DP's out o* their camps
.-c into what was later to be-
i:m the Jewish State,' Capt.
Gardner declared. "The British
Mandatory Government restrict-
ed immigration, and my propo-
sal was geared toward mobility."

The El Al official h*s actually
been flying since he was four-
teen years old. Prior to World
War II. he owned various air-
craft, and during the war. he
served as a flight instructor in
the U.S. Air Force.
j posal
lid h< er 1 Is
rV'ell." he i
out the DP's :
G ner r< calls that : been invi n Zionis
work, When the War of Liberal
-tically en
ed bv Dr : Neumann broke out. I fferei
Us Rabbi tillel Sil- po-al-the 1 irmation of An
v r it got to Palestini
a.-.d i I the Jev
Ufa comm nit; there
Incidentally. ggestion wai
taken boflih bj Da\.'i Remei tl
ler of Transport and Commit-
i .:.'.- in mind And then came nications, as the basis for the or
B/ar : Lib* ral
_a\e up his siness. became
ganization i El Al I-rael Air
Line- in 1349."
During the Israel-Arab ar. Gard-
ner did more than fly in mumtioi -
an'l immigrants past the British.
'We gathered together a corps :
e 500 nun. including many
non-Jews, technically qualified for
the rigorous demands >! the *ork
There a- no manpower pool of
this kind in Israel and the i
became the very basis for hat is
toda> lar^e commercial op.
tion "
Alter the *ar. Capt Gardner
became El Al'- lir>t operation-
manager. In this capacity, he
Dr Chaim We in anr to hrael
CAPT. [JO GADDHtB
nation >
president Hi n the n

Gardner has been associated
with El Al in many capacities
ever since then. He has worked
with Arkia, the country's air
service flying between Eilat and
Tel Aviv; Bec'ek, a huge air-
craft conversion and research
center at Lydda; the Ministry
of Defense, as well as with El
Al.
For the past f"''--" years. Capt
or ha- served as m
of the airline > Miami Beach of
fice His work takes him through-
out Louisiana, Missippi, Alabama.
Soutl irolin Florida
and the Caribbean.
"I do mure than represent El
Al." Capt Gardner explain)
sell Israel I -ell Jewish commu-
nities wherever I go "r. the need
I ir identification ith I-r..
that the existence "l Is
it .,- another free -nd
I UJ the Bibli-
cal ., ., to -t an example in
tr* ntmed toward the
kind
t out and I
Ibeii
; nvey to
''
rael "
Cap*. Gardner feels that he s
been through it, and that he is
qualified fer this. "After all, I'm
t f.rst generation American. I
served my eocntry during World
War II, But I was also involved
in the very reemergence of Is-
rael. No American Jew should
be less than unflinching in his
loyalty to his country, but I want
tc te'l those who do not quite see
it this way that, American or
not, as Jews we may very well
stand cr fall on the success of
Israel."
Gerstem Sp
At Beth El
State Art
was guest r
services of I
wa* Extrei '. -
Gerstein
Chambi
'.
In as i
tbi si :

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him at no --
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ins ling and ret) and
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rations.
- look to the future
Dinnpr Feb
Gardm i vie* i. this means un
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Democratic Club
21
Vogel is Speaker
At Lodge Meet
Gilbert Balkan Lodge "i B nai
B'rith had Lee Vogel moderator
of WQAM s -open Phone Forum,"
ri- speaker recently
Roberi Friedman, president of
the Igi rtnounced that the din-
ner meeting a- held at the Sor-
rent > Restaurant, 6:30 p.m. and a
period followed
Democrt tit t
ha- -et Sur. Feb. 5 "
annual insti at;on i -m
ar l sho >
Doyle Con: Floi
sioni r "t \-- -jre
he installation .er-
uled t 5 p
Evening will nclu
I. hi Walter- show. "1 i
Executive I Pn
Gluck Is in i I
Regular -.-_ o:
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Feb. 17, at :b* >ea I >
pen to -
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Kerry Simonhoif. author, his-
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+Jewish fhridian
Page 13-C

New Construction In Bal Harbour
cr
L ;f Bay Harbor Islands launch their
L. [ewish Appeal drive at a brunch on
1 the :-.e ot Leonard Rosen. Fol-
L en's lead, who is an outstanding
l. [ Combined Jewish Appeal, a num-
I Bee aifts were received to help
E 365 as Residents pledged ovei
\ ; launch the Bay Harbor campaign.
Left to right (seated) are Robert Krinzman, Rab-
bi Mayer Abiamowitz. lose Winsen, Sol Gold-
stein end Jacob Rabinowitz. Left to right
(standing are Morns Broad Sol Frankel, Jerrv
Leichuk. William Einhom, Leonard Rosen. Al
Harris, George Sogg and Isaac Rabkin.
DR. KRESBERG AND HIS ART.
Construction has started on a
S15.ooo.(hmi new "downtown" for
Bal Harbour, limit around what is
believed t b t
tin* finest group
of high quality
shops ever plan-
ned tor one loca
tion Its llri'l
stage hi 39 shops,
with ample free
parkin g, will
open in Novem-
ber ill this veal
T 0 be known
as Bal Harbour WHITMAN
Shops, the development is the cul-
mination of year- of planning by
Stanley F Whitman, life-long res-
ident ol this area, president ol Bal
Hai hour shops. Inc., to gain fullest
possible usefulness from a prize
15 and 1-3-acre site long held vir-
tual!) vacant by his family.
Worth millions jj u ever were to
be placed on the market, the site
extends a quarter mile along Col-
lins Ave at the 96th si approach
to the Broad Causeway, directl)
across from the Americana Hotel.
Within walking distance are nine
larcc hotel- comprising the famed
Bal Harbour hotel row, as wen A
hundreds of costly apartments and
lavish homes.
Bal Harbour Shops will have
350,000 square feel ol hlghest-qual-
itj -Imps, with a 13-storj pro
sional building in addition. Park-
ing, will be on two landscaped lev-
el-, cutting in half the distant I
customers would have to walk if
only one level parking were to bo
provided.
o-tr> hi reported that when
double level parking has been pr >
video, notably at the Ala Moar.a
development in Hawaii, sales par
square feel run at least 50 to 75
percent higher than with com
tional sinele level const ruction.
'ewish Interest in Our State
thus became an ancestral kinsman munity, one that was probably
Of Sir Herbert L. Samuel. Eng- even larger than contemporary
Honda, re- land's fir-t High Commissioner tor New York City's Jewish com-
B, Sptcia Report
I rest
, ,. sho i- nothing Palestine
\. .is I s.M's, a South
j, sh b wssman own- Michai
ver '-.ooo acres north ol Una's
I.. i le direction of Day- 1820s.
Bead The argest parcel, ments in Florida. Like his grand
lr p,,... |aj \ rth Miami and father and father before him.
rj,.,.- e, consisted of more too, was
,.. venerable
- Mocged to Michael "on. Wn<
Charleston. S.C.. and
was one of South C'aro-
outstanding Jews in the
when he made his invest-
t his gr;
he.
active in Charleston's
traditionalist congrega-
these lai
Izarus, i
|w- thus
Hi owner-
pear ong the orig-
11 vast acreage in East
:lj after her cession
States bj the Span-
These lie- of the Florida
,i (I holdings ot Lazarus
I were made by Ir-
h Rhciii -. director ol the Le
Kecon Department of the
:, Je ish Archives
l Han Law School
Michael was a
iiiies. and in 184-* joined
Ins fel-
a research histor- |ow-Jcws in protesting to Gov.
rii his wife, who James Hammond of South Carolina
-ion., and genealo when the governor issued a Thanks-
li-' ,ii- I the 'i i- .iihI docu. giving Proclamation asking
pent*
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munlty.
Not in his wildest imagination,
however, could Lazarus ever dream
that only a few miles below his
Florida holdings, a cityMiami-
would one da\ grow up to shelter
a large Jewish community, a com-
munity at least eighty-live times
larger than his own Charleston
community. If he doubted Florida's
potential, why then did he buy
ever 150.000 acres along the coast '
Some of that land was expensive
even then, for it cost him one dol-
lai an acre.
The American Jewish Archives
at Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in Cincinnati
is under the direction of Dr. Jacob
R, Marcus, the Adolph S. Ochs
American. Professor of American Jewish His-
fighter for civil lib- tory.
i". Societv of Israelites was found-
ed at Charleston in 1825, he became
that liberal group's vice president
and played an important part in
this first American Reform Jew-
ish religious organization until it
passed out of existence in the
early I830's
Civil Libertarian
third generation
genealo-
the
the. examined in citizens ol the state "to offer up
beer set ired lor de- their devotions to God 'heir ere-
\mer n Jewish Ar- ator, and his Son Jesus I hrist. the
Redeemer ol the World." Two dec-
ades earlier. Michael Lazarus, who
was born in I87i>. had bee!', active
in the Palmetto Society, and serv-
ed also on the boards ol important
civic organizations in the cit> Ob-
\i.nisl>. he enjoyi d wid il and
financial recognition He had, it
would seem, acquired his wealth
originall) as a merchant, but he
was quick to diversify his inter-
est-. He was, foi example, among
the first to operate steamboats be-
tween Charleston and the Georgia
cities ol Savannah and Vugusta
Dream Fulfilled
In manj respectshi- brilliant
business career, hi- and
religious interests, his devotion to
eral i1\ ic act ities Michael
Lazarus typified Cl rlest m lewry
:,t i's best and highesl One ol
America's richest and most cultur-
ed cities during the I82i Charles-
ton sheltered a large Jewish corn-
Outstanding Jew
. zarus v. ho sold hall
these Florida
thn years after
r the United
the -' indson of a
arlest n first sj na-
ished bout the year
tl el's fat Sgi Maj
w., a Revolution-
an el's broth-
arrie nti the Yates
'I fan ily of England and
GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
Why b. swollo~d by th clock'
Living daily in o $'o# o* inock'
Ton you coot mio '" "oi
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B19 qamt fisning oil day long.
Rovol ol n.ght with mt ond ongl
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jal Moesinsohn Noted Is-
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a visit heie With him
his son, Jonathan Michael,
b years old.
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Friday. Februa
nr 12. 1965
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Beachites Chair
Camp Drive Here
..,,,.., vi Donath and Irving
Schulman have been named co-
chairmen for the Miami Beach
irea Ml ihe Pythian Youth Camp
,,. (und drive, it was Bti
edbj Milton l Green prtn
: Pythian Youth Caiflp, inc
Iman, a Miami Beach attor
. a member ol the Citj
ol Surlside for six year
DONATH
SCHUll-AN
i in "i -'" ............ .
and mayor for two Donath. an ac Variety NarT.PS
executive with Merrill, w
Pierce. Fenner and Smith. Mpc* OOaT0!*hr
Nursery-Kindergarten children of Temple
Emanu-El. oi both the 17th and 77th St. build-
ings, hold their combined Shabbat paitv on
and Mrs. Hank Meyer; Steven, son oi Mr. and
Mrs.. Martin Smith; Lisa, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.; Kenneth, son oi Mr. and
(hi patio of the Temple. Traditional blessings Mrs. Ronald Fine, Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
~re reci'ed, and Sabbath songs fill the air. Ira Hader; and Keith, son of Dr. and Mis.
Left to right! are Daryl Jodi, daughter of Mr. Howard Grumer.
Bonn Envoy Hears Jewish Outrage
tations for the prosecution of
major Nazi war criminals be
yond next May 9 were sent to
Born authorities this week by
the Council of Jews from Ger-
many. The identical petitions
were transmitted to the leaders
of the government in Bonn as
well as to both houses of the
German Parliament.
Failure to prosecute Nazis after
next May. the Council stated in its
petitions, "would be felt a- a seri-
ous injustice. We find it Intoler-
able to think thai the deefsion to
terminate such prosecutions is the
result nt thorough deliberation "
"The decision," .stated the Coun-
cil, "would set limits to prosecu-
Knappstein th;it ttaej were dis- tion ol such criminals and would
tressed at the failure ol the Ger- equate the outrageous murders ol
vernmenl to see this issue -, system based on the denial of
moral one The Ambassador -;|| cultural and moral values with
al-n asked to convey to his crimes committed from individual
nt tl disn .; n| .lev ish reed, passion or revei
' ''' font" rtici- The Council told the German au-
lion of G lists in the ;,,.... thai the statute must be
- extended beyond n< xl Ma> or abol-
I Arab ,,1,,'d as in Franci It
in German; must rec
enize the fact that the Nazi deeds
are not comparable to normal
i: line- "
The question ol possible exten-
: the (ierm.li; statute of lim-
itations for prosecution ol major
NEW YORK(JTA)Leaders of
2o Jewish organizations associated
m the Conference ol Presidents
ol .Major American .Jewish Organi-
zation met this week with Ger-
man Ambassador Karl lli'inrich
Knappstein at the office of the
Conference, and expressed to him
their "profound sense of moral
outrage" over the German (i"v-
, rnment's decision last November
not to extend the Statute ot limi-
t, tions beyond this coming May 8.
Following this date, Nazi crimin-
al.' against whom no judicial act
be taken will be immune to
Mention and punishment.
Members oi the Conference oi
p r esi d ent s told Ambassador
into effect on May 8, thus fore-
closing any further prosecutions
against Nazi war crimin4s be-
yond that date. However, the So-
cial Democrats have opposed that
proposal, and worldwide protests
by Jewish and non-Jewish organ-
izations and leaders have insist-
ed that there must r.ot be a halt
to trials of war criminals.
,. ; iivi in civic affairs ol Miami
i nd \ rth Miami Beat h
'We .ire tremendously enthus-
iastic about this project." they
declared in a joint statement.
"It is a wonderful community
serv:ce program that fills a real
need. There are no existing
camps in Florida where children
of families with limited means
can enjoy a character-building
camping experience with all ex-
pense paid."
In their capacitj as an ..
chairmen. Donath and Schulman
will coordinate both phases >! the
Youth Camp fund-raising efforl
sale ol tickets to the Pythian
Youth Camp Jamboree ol Stars
benefit show to be presented Mar
8 and !l at Miami Beach 1 omen
tion Hall and solicitation ol major
Sifts
r
First 'Godfather1
Vat ietj Cl ildren"s Id
named its first G
Hi' i- l heod ire Ti
stein, ": Sut Is le
f Vi M lub
,00 to Ihi
! drive
"Through his
n has opened hi
:, isins mot e> foi out
-aid P William Bui ki I
president, announcit .. '
11 n
"In 1928, eleven meml
i.r-t V'ariet) Club adoi
serted child and becanv
fathers, and later 5ta
whole network Of Va
dren's Hospital's research
and clinic- all over the world "he
explained.
The campaign for more -
imni.ixio i- being organized bj meat
'
Schulman is executive vice presi hers nt Variety Club and l! i a
dent ol the Footlighters and a en's Committee
member of the Dade Count) Com-
munity Affairs and Urban Renewal
Board. He ha- been a director ol
Ihe Surfside Chamber ol Commerce
and Temple Menorall He is .i sen-
ior partner in the lav firm ol
Schulman and Smith. 1688 Merid-
ian Avc Miami Beach
Donath i- immediate past presi ance Co of Miami
mate oi Poland, urj-ed that trials dent ot the Skylake Civic Issocia- The rooking elove is
against Nazis be permitted in West rion, chairman ol the Citizens \d aid in the kitchen it is the i
Germany alter Maj 8, saying visor; Committee oi North Miami cloth varielj
The time to forgive and forget Beach, and of the Charter Review To receive yout
is not yet ripe The devil that Board of North Miami Beach Prop- to Gloves, care of The Jewi
flourished must be torn out by em Owners Association, among irtian P.O Box 2973. Mar
(A dispatch this week from War
saw reported that Stefan Cardinal
Wyszynski. Roman Catholic Pri-
Cooking Glove
Still Available
sull avaMable t>- readers i
Jewish Floridlan is a i
glove courtesy ol Ihe St I
thf roots
by ertj Owners
mam others
-.'101
Repul
l he prospect th: mur
erers guilty ol one ol the most
heim i nst humai it>
ill escape iu I w ill be nee
to walk the stn Germany
;iiter May h i- abhorrent to
seared conscience of mankind," war criminals beyond the present
Lewi- ll Weinstein, chairman ol cut-oil date of Maj 8. 1965, will be
the Conference oi Presidents, debated Mar. 10 in the Bundest
stated lower house ot Parliament, it was
BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST
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Meanwhile, in London, peti-
tions calling for the extension of
West Germany's statute of limi-
sit tend
services
this week
at tfourown
place of
Or J
worship
announced in lionn this week
The Cabinet decided several
months ago to let the status go
Flagler-Granada
Model Sabbath
A model Sabbath service took
pla< e at Fla gl i Gi anada Ji
Cente n Sundav b> Ihe children
i the Hebi Scl
Rosen was narrator and
Bush .....ling.s were super*, ised
Levin, Hebre
i
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,|.i|.ii. .it. an.I .i. provided II S.-.'i"li ____________________
T.:i.. I'l.....l.i si.inn.-. in iheir of- _,_
ii..- in tii. fiiunt) iviuri.....- in notice UNDJR
,,,,. ,.,,. ri..',.i, e-lthin -ix -i-l- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
..,la' ......iHi- frnm Hie lime ( Ihe N-.Tli'i: is I .III -.l\l-N '
if, ..i the name the umk-raliined. dHiring lo eiigaiii
will I., barred Mi>in--- under the fleillloua nanu
iv.t..I i.i Miami. Klorlda, Ihla l*th IMXIK rARI'KT SKRVICE at l
il.iv uf .lanuai < A.I I96">.
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i.n.i- t.. i.i-t.i- -aiii name i'li tl-.
Cierk i ii.'iit i'ouri of I'.i
t".....it-. Klorldn
IIKRHKItT K fiHOUMAN
Sole < ixx ner
2.3-12 '
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 1265
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RCUIT COURT OF THE
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rLOR D4 IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY IN CHANCERY
No 6',C 598
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ItlCHAHII A. NIM.SdN.
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or IM.-adina in the offk "f
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'"'' ..ihlH 19th da) ..i January,
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I leputy Clerk
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NIT'CF UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. :i i: IS in UKIIX. DIVKX I
Ihi ill i Hhini .1. to i'Ii
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SYLVAN A 1.1 Ik IN
1 22-3*. '-' '--1-
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 791
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NOT CE BY PlIBLICATlON
You, I iR< 'TII V I h ISKI'II
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t.. file vuii an < In Ihi .' mplalnl
for l'i> orc-e i' itli Ihi I '
hImivi t'oiirt and '.......I
then .-f ni".ti ll' i i '
t:>,|ii-ll 'onl H Id n Mi.uni.
Klorlda, i n rn I1-1..1 March Ii-
ui- ,.|-. nt will hi
i Dated, thl* 22nd, .1
Jan u.i's. '"'"
K. i: t.K.x rili:i:\i xn
Clerk of Hi. 'ii- ull i '"nt
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IN THE C RCL T COURT OF THE
L Ll X ENTH UDTiAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE
COL'iTY N CHANCERY
No. 65C 1T8'
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Kiwi-, -''.':: Aragon \ venue, l"o
ilal.l.-. Klorldn and file Ihi nriKinal
Anaxvi i oi i'l. ."iiui; ni the offk-i
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fault ill hi laken nun iibi xmi for Ihe
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NOTICE l.OER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
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II, I ill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NOTICE BY PU BL!CTION
IE c ncuii COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA i\ AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 6bC 496
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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ti,, mil ,.i iViiiiplalnt "ii the I'lalnt-
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II! in 'i Ma'111 Street '",.. laa-kn '' "!'" ''',v'' ''-''
nf the Kb Ik IJI.K -.;.s.N .1... ..--.I 1. "';
, ,, .,. ,.,, r before the Cnunly. Klorlda lo the OountJ Judg.
j;d da) ol Kebruary, II yu ; I'a'le County, and fll. the
.......... ri.l-...t I" default "ill dupll.-ati gnd a pmvided it. s,.ti. i
ml. d in th. Rill r .'..mplalnt fl..... I* loliii) ''J ""'-"
Thin notice .hall In publlHlied once Hade i\ H*i*la in six c.
each week lor four i-onse. ill......ki emla i*h lro Ih? lime ...
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN IND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59502-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Vmi .. hi n by notified and r -
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nu: .ii:\\ isii i'i..'i:ii" xn ef. '"' "" -"
I MINK AXI) iiRHKRKU ..t Mian i '" ined
l-'lorlda, ilii- 'li day of .Ian lai >
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ai Miami, n." Ida, thla 201 i
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1021 Sallh St., Ipa Ijficka, Kla.
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1/22-29, 2/5-12
KII.KK.N .i.si:n'
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HARRY V. K KRXICK
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