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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JMISH WilKLY 38 Number 8 Miami. Florida. Friday. February 19, 1%5 Four Sections — Price Israel Rejects Money; Arms Deal Collapses SIS ISAAC woLfson VICt PRtSIDtNT H'Jf.PHRCY DEPUTY PRtMitR ABBA tiAU I -T'O-m INAU6URAI THIS WEEKEND rael Bond Meet o Launch Drive \or $100 Million ZOA BREAKFAST HERE FRIDAY PAGE 3-A i low ish leaden '. IPS, Canada, nd Western Bur I %  ih< red in Miami Beach la; international in. • ivncc for Israel :. Friday ;it the hnehli nu Hotel. h will engage in discussions 's economic needs and out: aancc an intensive bpmrnl program to promote roth "I its economy and the lion ol new immigrants. During the next five years, Israel expects a population increase "f some 500.000, and il will he neces sary i<> expand the economj sub stantiall) to sustain a total population ol'3.000.000. The COnfereflCC will be marked !>y the participation of world-renowned personalities, in addition to outstanding American Jewish leaders who have been prominent Continued on Pae l-A JERl SALEM _(JTA)— Israel's ed heri Sundaj to reeel an offers '•'. est Ger nanj may ike fOI I: I Una %  i .: out its e irlier a^rcem 11 to ship ai ms to Israel nouni iient that i urrenl ship! il S80.000.000 ai ms aid lograni came from Premier Ali abrj ol Es>pt in Cairn The West in Government refrained in men I and German conii it Ion i amc from Dr !•". i ene • stenmair : resident ol the Bun lestag, Ihe West German Parliament lower house Following a senes u i length) between Prime Minister Levi r.sh,;ui. Foreign Minister Golda Vie r, Deputy Defi n e Minister •ii non P res and Ambassadoi Felix K Shinnar, Israel's envoy to Germany, in charge ol the pur phasing mission at Cologne, the Cabinet devoted its regular weekly meeting entirely to the West Ger man Government's announcement that il has halted arms shipments lo Israel, in response to pressures from Egypt's President Carnal Abdel Nasser. The meeting lasted four and a halt hours, with Mr. Peres and Mr. Shinnar attending. Shinnar Continued on Page 5-A IN STATEMENT ON TELEVISION Minister Threatens He'll Quit in Limitations Tiff wo U.S. Firms Cancel Orders v Goods from West Germany YtlKK i.I'l Ai— Two multi -hit I manufacturers York announced this week j have canceled orders lers in West Germany in •• auainst the Bonn Govern%  i n to halt arms shipin Israel under pressure lian President Carnal il Nasser The firms are the tips Van lieusen Corp. and Itothenbera and Co Lawrence Phillips, executive vice president of Phillipe-Van Heusen, said his firm, which does an annual business of S83.000.000 has cancelled all outstanding orders for West German piece goods, finished uoods and machinery Harvey Bothenberg, president of the other firm, said his company has canceled orders it had placed with two West German firms for S50.000 worth of cotton flannels, and is also "reviewing machinery commitments Both industrialists attributed their actions to the Bonn submission to Nasser "blackmail." Mr. Bothenberg added that other lead ing American apparel makers would begin to review their relations with West German sup pliers l already have indications," he added, "that such action is under way BONN .ITAl Dr Ewald Bucher, Wesl German Justice ; i ister. thn a ned on a television broadcast ihis wee!, to resign over any extension ol the deadline for prosecution ol Nazi war criminals, but later clarified the statement. He said he meant he would accept a Parliamentary extension hut not UK bj Hi" iVesI German Cabinet. Parliament is t<> begin debate on the issue Mar 10. Many ,ies m West Germany plan to emigrate ii the statute of limitations deadline is not extend-1 ed beyond May 8. according to Dcr Spiegel, the influential Hamburg news weekly. The Central Council of .lews in Germany adopted a res olution demanding extension of the statute and the International League for Human flights petitioned West Germany to extend it by 30 years, instead ol the 20 proposed in a bill now before the German Parliament. The Parliamentary faction of the Free Democratic party, however, voiced approval of the West German Cabinet decision to allow the statute to become effective on May 8. The Yugoslav Federal Assembly ind the Federation ol Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia denounced Continued on Page 11-A SHGHT-WIHCERS House L nit Mav Probe Extremists WASHINGTON I.ITA) I House UnAmerican Activities Co mittee, which has been criticized IrtKiuently for avoiding probes "t I right-wing groups, may extent its pregtam into investigating n (e Ku Klux Klan. the AmerieSnTNa7i Party, the Minutemen. the Black .Muslims and other groups considered to be part of the "radical right," it was indicated here this weekend Kep. Edwin Willis. Louisa nu Democrat, chairman of the HUAC. said that the committee, in secret session, adopted a resolution last week authorizing a preliminary Stud) to show whether extension into the right-wing area should proceed. A decision on such a Continued on Page 15-A New York City Assailed For Veto on Memorials EXPANDS SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES IN ISRAEL ladassah in New Projects I JTA) Leaders ol lassah, the Women's Zionist Or li/ation ol America, voted mori 00 tins week for special I Ibis year to advance its I Israel in medical research. vocational education, lion was taken at Hadasannual mid winter confer here, attended by more than I leaders flie conference delegates called (m the Government of West Ger*< %  > to rind means to extend the IjMte ol limitations affecting the 1 'ion ni Nazi war criminals •ho present cut-off date of i; ; and urged the Bonn Gov ''< I" halt the participation man cities in plans to derIsrael hi acting tO broaden the scope %  i Hadassah's programs in Israel, .be leaders *otcd; I. $30,000 for the establishment of a kidney transplant rer-'arch program, with an additional S20.000 for the annual maintenance of this work. The program will be headed by Dr. Marco Caine, chief of Hadassah's Department of Urology. 2. $350,000 lor construction of a nurses' residence, a three-story structure comprising 30 efficiencj apartments, for unmarried graduate nurses ai Ein Karem, in Ihe immediate vicinilj ol the Hadas ~ah Hebrew Cniversitj Medical Center. ;i $150,000 for construction of a special lloor at the Medical Center to be (leveled solely to various types o| medical research. i $50,000 tor construction of an additional lloor at Hadassah's Brandeis Vocational School in Jerusalem, to permit Inauguration of a special course in Industrial elec ironies An additional $17,000 was voted for equipment to be used in this course In other resolutions adopted by the conference the Hadassah lead ers Int at the Arab boycott against Israel. supported a proposed amendment to the Export Control Act Of 1948, introduced by Sen. Harrison A. Williams, New Jersej Democrat, which would back Continued on Page 10-A NEW YORK — (JTAl The New York City Art Commission was disclosed this week to have rejected proposals for two memorials to the 6.000.000 Jewish victims of the \ izi holocaust proposed for the eit> s Rh erside Park The action came under immediate critical fire, from Jewish organizations. Mayor Wagner, who was sent a request to reverse the lecision, said the matter was "not closed." The 11-member Commission took the action without any formal announcement at a Jan. 28 meeting. The reasons for the rejection, it was learned, were that the proposed memorial would be "distressing" to children playing in the area, and that other "special groups" might also want to be similarly represented in the city's public parks. The Riverside Park site was set aside by the city in 1946 for the two memorials. The larger one was to be a Continued on Page 6-A Dr. Joseph Lichten. director of the Departmen' of Intercultural Affairs, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. was in Miami last week to discuss aspects of the Ecumenical Council document on the Jews. (See "Durinq the Week ... As I See It." Page 4-A I.



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Page 2-A +.k*lst ncridfiar FridQ yFebru^y J Miami Launched Brotherhood Fete Sto PRESIDENT IS NOTED EDUCATOR BROTHERHOOD SUPPIEMENT Greater Miami will launr.*) the nation* observance of Brotherhood Week 'n Monday nighl when th Florida Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews holds its 13th annual Brothethoeid .PAGt 11-4 SEE SEC. C al the i HoDinner el. !): %  ;.. %  is Webster J nes. national president nl the NCCJ, is In Flori la to kick ol the c untrj side obs -n ai ee ol Brotl e proclaimed for the perio I .1 peb 21 nil-'"'1 8 h > 1'"' >|J '' ,; .yndon B Johnson Dr. Jones will make the national keynote address tor Sroth t.hood Week at the black-tit, SlOO-a-plate dinner on the sublet of "Let Us Hold a Standard.' TSt former president of Rutgers Stephen Kogan. a June, 1964 grcducrte o! the University of Miami Law School has been appointed Base Lawyer at Cape May. N.J., in the Coast Guard Recruit Training Center. Following his tour oi duty, he will start the prac: : -. % %  in •'•• Great ami area. He i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knaan, of 4165 Adams Ave.. Miami Beh. Luxner Named fo Club Morton B. Luxner. 830 NE 175th St., sales representative f r Universal Match Corporation's Match Division, has qualified for 1361 membership in Universal s Aristocrat Club, .honor group for conspicuous sales achievement. Thi is the third time that Luxner has qualified for the Aristocrat Club. He is vice president of Harmony Lodge 2463. B'nai Brith. 'M HAVE HO CONTROL/ CXtCUWt DtftNDS Cuban Exiles' Organization Criticizes Israeli Chip's ASIeged Havana Landing An Israeli shipping company as Tuesday charged by the l'mdad Revolucionaria, of Miami, with sailing Jan i "irom the jpani-'i port of Burgos Via Las Paimas, Canarj Islands. to an unspecified Caribbean pert." lh • L'nidad Revolucionaria said that the unspecified port turned OUt to DC Havana. The Israeli ship is the Daniela, owned and operated bj Somerfin, Ltd ol Tel Aviv. "As f-eerlom-lovi-.g men struqgling to overthrow a dictatorship whose methods are quite reminiscent of those employed in Germany before the destruction of Nati totalitarianism, and which besides is iin-versally recogniied as a stoooe c* the notoriously ar.f i-Semitic Soviet regime, we ore as'onifhed and indignant that ships flying the flaq cf a pecplc that kr.OWJ th horrcs of persecution .ind oppression and • he soi row rf x!le liKe nont other should be use-.' for the unworthy purpese of tupolying and afottl no such a>affrcnt to mankind as the Castro tyranny represent." the Unidad Revok-ionaria, whose headquarters are at 10 SE 9th St., declared. WELCOME DELEGATES TO THE ISRAEL BOND CONFERENCE OF 1965 I let us Moke the Conference a j Success by "Buying Israel Bonds." I Maysflie Fried ** rg J • In the name of solidantv among the tree peoples of the world, and for the sake ol the good name ol the Jewish State and people, we urge yon to join us in our protest over such a regrettable al litude." t.he Cuban exiles' state ment continued, According to the statement, the U idad Revolucionaria learned t the Dan ela's n ute "from h ehh el i able underground sources within Cuba Meanwhile. And Meron. man S mei fin's offici In M : he was p sitive "thai the tanieli lid I make t' t ia fix. This was uniloul e of thi l th •;•: ii>h port, o\ er hii ifitrol What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE, NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anmcin* Tblets contain the pain reliever doctor* recommend most for headache pain. And Anacin work* fatl. In II iKondi after entering yoar bloodstream, Anacin it ipeMdIn*; relief to your headache. Anacin Dot only relieve* th* pain, but also It* tension and depression. You see, Anaela ta Ilka a doctor'* prescription. That la a consignation of ingre•tl*nta...a ipteir.l eombinntion not found In leadin** aspirins or buffer**! aspirin*. Bur Anacin today. University and of the University of Arkansas is one of the United States' most prominent leaders in the ft*td of human relations. Gaorge B. a Stcrer Broadcast' s,in Co, S S r i Sn. ead the f; ,,. ma ^ :r : '""'. %  vuia a shu Poll 1790 to the rf CWI % % %  k document. m>i :,,. ,„.'', "l?? dinner. I Honort ; al I i dinner ill bo itj Ed Sullivan, i pei -"ii to re.""" %  M stern, %  ,dhnei Aware! [OHmthropisi and j Bv ; i the %  j gion oi the MCCJ. i ;i •( rmer national Iherhood Wi • k Mrs Sullivan ill join the Col urni tfroa tint) System wet> •'-, % %  di %  Thn • %  oul F*i ridian* vv ill .. ,. r •': Silt er Medallion \ v ii : : i; ierh i d i ,, ni %  %  dinnt r ch lirman John R. Ring. The honorce* are Bishoo Co'eman F. Carroll of the Miami Diocesr; Joseph M. Lipton. presi dent of Dade FeHeral Savings ar.d Loan Association; and Lei Eons Vivants Les Bens Vivamts, veun? •I i. 33, v 1! h'-i : i nox' w e %  ••• %  • ••; 'Vl> 28, ~ p 'I' the i n Ihe Fiesta Room 3180 Coral Wi ,he Pncek, %  •*ri, '"•VI hanker \> Ii i ter, and Mr\\ special gue • • ,. N no II ''.'in '" "' no P9S aretj. • "I tb which arrtvi u, e tional Hank : !lami for its appeal .. h cr( A G T TO COMBINED JH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERS ANBM| *"Siiif fri i > AM: AI.KX Fit !U:MJ|}] DAY WORKEfS s,.^j HIGH TYPE WIHttTl RESTAURANT i HOTUl JULES PEARLMAN. A.S.A. n • C-T- T ^3 •""NO •• %  • %  T: RT| rtE A L AD Bld 9 ^ S • RAESALS ION F \iNCING "-TE Mil The a;* % %  ,% Cc>Jl^.^'iIC3ftC3<5J|-B€ IE Oil}. MIAWI S NfWfSr A3b Bulft Eipresi*/ for InJivirJjal Crt'O of *K^ Convd'scen. Chronic and G?r.Atr';t Patient • Cc'-pl.. tt-ly Air Conditioned • finoft Nunma, Stc'f • Spociows Ga'den-i Wc Grounds • Rrcr*?tionc> *'cci Indoon & Outdoor. H£M$ER NATIONAL (,ik t'f/CS SOC/TT 14401 NOTHfA$r Urfc AVf. 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February 19. l^ 65 -JewlstnorMlan Paqe 3-A ETeaders Finish Plans to Honor leikin at Yeshiva U. Reception .......HIIIT tf\D CIVTICC D AT.t 1C.1 yiSHIVA'S '81UEPR/NT ron eaders ol Y*sMva Unio .„ Greater Mtarrtl Uu* > pleting Pinna for • re. m ,rinu Dr. Samuel Bel al the Fonta.ne.,., ;il g p.m., Tuesday. with Max .1 Ktra. chair-; g oar( i f Trustees of ."•. oldest and largest uni.,!,.,Jewish auspices, is „i \,. u Vork, a member K i SOI FURST SIXTHS' PAGE 15-4 I f.he board lor more than U) ears. Founder and former president and board chairman of the Circle Wire and Ceble" Corp., Furst has beer a generous endower of education throughout his life. He gave Yeshiva University SI ,000,000 in 1962 to advance its "Blueprint for the Sixties" development program. The university, in his honor, named the first bUUdiHg, a class room and administration building, erected under this construction program the Sol and Hilda Furst Hal! Local leaders of Yeshiva I'niver*ity, including Leo'Robinson. Jack i Popick, J. A. Cantor. Samuel C. Levenson, K Williams Apte. l>i doie Goldberg, Mrs. Louis QUtser ao host to Dr. Samoi Florida Atlantic in Tuesday. p.m at St Iti d to hear Dr. ak on The Warren specialist in mod.,n hlstorj and 20th history Acting the History Departuniversity, Dr. Porti Klonda from New Jertaught for three •; state College : ih Intercultural mittee there, he %  I • % %  tented the college oi international al he taught i>' %  iiali Colli ee in Penn• he was chairman academic program ol Klonda At !, ntic University. Dr Pbitnoy took his Bachelor's and Doctor's decrees at the University of Wisconsin at Madison .mil Ids Master's at the Universtt) oi Chicago lie is a graduate of the elementary and high school das-.-, ol the I. L I'eret/ Work men's Circle Schools in New York. Part if the bi-monthly lecture series of the school this evening ii the Zionist Organization of AmeHcai has announced that the execfttive director of the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs. I. L. Kenen. of Washing on, D.C., will be guest speaker at i luncheon of the winter meeting it the Board of Governors ol the loutfteasl Region ZOA. The meeting will take place at i i a.m., Sunday morning, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, when repreentatives from the six state Southeast Region will gather here t" run hut the affairs of the organization. Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, chairman of the Board of Governors, will preside at the business sessions. The luncheon, which will also take place at the Fontainebleau, will start at 1 p.m. and is open to the public. Kenen will bring a special message t" the luncheon regarding the current political situation in 'he Middle East and details behind the German-United Arab Republic deal regarding arms shipment to Israel The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which Kenen heads, works in Washington to promote economic assistance to Israel and a Middle East peace settlement He has been executive director of the committee since p>:>4 Members of the Zionist Organ ization of America have been invited to a national ZOA breakfast for Israel Bonds on Friday, 9:15 a.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel to plan intensified participation in the Israel Bond drive. The breakfast is being held in conjunction with the 1965 international inaugural conference lor Is rael Bonds, meet in u at the Fontainebleau from Friday through Sunda> to launch a worldwide drive to sell SIOO.OOO.O(H) in Israel Bonds this year to aid Israel's progress "I economic development Rabbi Max Nussbaum, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the principal speaker at the ZOA breakfast. Mortimer May, past president of the ZOA, is chairman of the campaign for the breakfast. Ellis Goodman, national ZOA Israel Bond chairman, will preside at the event. Other foremost national leaden who will participate in the breakfast include Max Bressler. national chairman ol Guardians tor Is rael Bonds, president of the Jewish National Fund, and past president of the ZOA; Rabbi Irving Millar, past president of the ZOA: Dr. Joseph J. 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rc.ge 4-A +Jewis*ftor*te* r Friday. February i 9 • TJewfehFloridian ..V r OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 e£ond-Cli~ PoUMM f--'" • • %  -duFHig (bef nfc as i see it QR. JOSEPH .rector ,,i th e D'"'" 1 ^! Lichten.^ ''"Parti* f ntercnlturaj AZ'"J* Anti-Defamation i V, *• B-nai B'rtth. by LEO MINDLIN man with an exciting Pa : present. He • %  aw, where he Doctor of l.;iu He was bom„, %  ^mjmmmmmmt II broke out FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor EZLMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..*im OniYer*5 00 Three Year. |12 00 Out of Town Upon Requeit The Jewish n..i iii m doei not ruaranie* tho Kaatirutta of th* rn-ThandhM *4vertlMd In tt* column* Brotherhood Week Being Launched Here National Brotherhood Week will be observed from Feb. 21 to 28. G eater Miami is proud that the lionwide fes-tival is beinq launch€: on the occasion of our commun: s Brotherhood Dinner next Monrj y nigh' at the Fontainebleau Hole. (See Sec. C). Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, nationVolume 38 m""" 1 !" 8 Friday. Feburary 19. 1965 17 Adar 5725 ol president of the National Confere ce of Christians and Jews, will be the re tor the occasion to deliver ncipal address. We take this opportunity to join G eater Miami in a salute to *his ir'u Brotherhood Award winners: E:'shop Coleman F. Carroll, of the ?! am. Diocese; Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savinqs d Loan Association; and Georqe 5 Storer. chairman of the Storer r. Dadcastinq Company. Each has over the years demon:ted his contributions to *he ideals c: the NCCJ observance throuqh his c vie, professional and reliqious activities. Brotherhood Week reiterates the basic dem: atic beliefs upon which this nation is founded: the freedom of opportuni'y for every man tc fulfill the potential of his capabilities without regard to race, religion or creed. Brotherhood Week, in effect, is democracy cl work. Let each of us strive toward the tul• ..merit of 'hese beliefs and this program of hurt, an activity by extending the spirit of the cr.nual NCCJ observance to a year-round way c; life. Israel Bond Inaugural Some 2.000 persons will gather in Miami reach this weekend lor the national inauqural .;.iference of the State of Israel Bond Organization. The conference at the Fontainebleau Hotel v..il launch the 1965 campaign for the sale of S i 30.000.000 in Israel Bonds. A stellar array of personalities will take rc:rt In the 'hree-day conference. Vice Presidenl Hubert H. Humphrey will receive the first H mar. Freedom Award at the inaugural ban: uet on Sunday evening. Guest of honor at the dinner will be Sir Isaac Wolf son. noted British financier, whose support of Israel's, economic scientific and re>us institutions is leqion. And Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba I ban will also be present to offer a comDiehensive review of his country's economic development throuqh the Israel Bond campaign. In all, this, year's national inaugural shapes up as one of the most exciting in the history of the campaign and i's national conferences here. Our community is proud once again to have been chosen as the site of so distinguished an event. gages in research and publishes several scholarly journals. In 1961, on the occasion of its 75th anniversary, Yeshiva University launched a tenyear. S65 million "Blueprint for the Sixties'' development program. The program is a reflection of Dr. Belkin's own achievements as head of the university. Under his leadership. Yeshiva's enrollment has grown from 850 to 6.000, the faculty from 94 to 1,200, the number of constituent schools from four to 13, and an anual operating budget from S444.000 to S29.5 million. The reception Tuesday will honor both Dr. Belkin and Yethiva University for this noteworthy proqress in the field of American and Jewish education. Tribute to Yeshiva University National and local leaders of Yeshiva University will gather at the Fontainebleau Hotel next Tuesday to pay tribu'e to Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the university. Dr. Belkin is now in his 21st year as head of the nation's oldest and largest university uncer Jewish auspices. Those attending the function at the Fontainebleau will pay tribute to him as a distinguished scholar, author and educator. Yeshiva University currently provides undergraduate and professional studies in the crts, sciences and Jewish learning leading to 18 different degrees. In addition to its extens.ve *eachina programs Yeshiva conducts a r.etwork of community service agencies, enSuccumbing to Blackmail The State of Israel has refused Bonn's offer of S80 million in lieu of this sum in arms originally agreed upon. Israel is correct in hei surmise that neither the money nor the military equipment can be regarded as lmpor'^nt as West Germany's knuckling under to Egypt President Nasser's blackir Heretofore, the Bonn Go. some rather proud statements concernin fact that Nasser ouqht to "unders'and" the Bpe cial West German-Israel relationship and should not take offense a! the arms agreement. That Bonn has in fact knuckled unde: less a reflection of West Gorman bluster than a suqges'-.on to Nasser of the extent of his powers. The even more interestinq phenomenon here is another facet of the bluster: Bonn officials earlier warned Nasser that West Germany would withdraw diplomatic recognition in the event of Egypt's decision to entertain Eas* Germany's Walter Ulbricht. Now that the red carpet has been rolled ou* in the most provocative fashion possible. where will Bonn go from here? As one of the nation's most influential newspapers, the Washington Post, see it: "As a symbolic matter. Bonn's posi'ion is an unhappy one. It may be that West Ger many has done much to provide material compensation for wartime atrocities, and no doubt Bonn can not be expected to condition every aspect of its foreign policy to the memory of a haunted past. Still, it is true that Germany is tailoring her policies to the demand of an Egyptian dictator, who has sworn to destroy the nation of Israel. Such is -he truth, no matter how it is rationalized in Germany." We can not agree with the Washington Post more. In diplomacy, as in common crime Did rs have an insatiable thirst received 'I'-uree JI When World 'egiment w^£+* for regrouping in territory occupied by the Soviet Union n ^ from what he calls "the Communist heaven" through I ithu 6 *'' 1 den and Portugal. From 1941 to 1945. he served as a m?'^ the Polish Embassy in Washington — an achievement that have been startling enough even if he were not ;i ,i, u Today, Dr. Lichten is deeply involved in one ol the most tant tasks of our time: chapter four of the schema on ecu which denounces anti-Semitism and clears the Jews "' 'he dtv, charge. For years." Dr I.ichten confesses, the Anti-Dala League was purely a defense agency. But then i> d '* ago, the ADL began to see defense in terms of education — ol live approach inward the problem of prejudice rathe fill-waiting one'' With the accent on acting instead u| reactfaa I.ichten turned to one of his major interests: the I atholic and anti Semitism. Here in Miami last Friday. Dr, I.ichten sat ci rtabU sola and recalled that "more than ten years ago I • iited !f pott tn the ADL based on the contacts we had begun I .ii>tish Ji the catholic communit) Dr Lichten might well ;. eased .i week before, Bishop Ernesl l. Unterkoefler, ol i addressing the 52nd annual meeting of the ADl. in dared that the Catholic Church "is committed %  every document, textbook and instructional manual 'hat does, "conform to the spirit oi the Vatican Council's declai i SMUIHG SUPPORT fOR A STRONG STATEMENT SAIHAT HAS HAPPENED in the decade between'! Dr i.ichten pointed to the five-year itudj oi ant ducted b) the Survey Research Center at the Universii i under the auspiceol the League it was, in facl I he presented for the persual ol sonic 2,400 Council fat third ecumenical session In mid-September ot ii in and .i half months during anil prior to the sess utive declared that the fathers showed deep concert the findings oi the stud} Some had not been aware oi the Serious imp: | I al deicide charge or the fact that church teachings wi preted to bister anti-Jewish prejudice.'' Dr. Lichten valion which, despite my wilful suspension of disbch. I I still finej difficult to understand It nothing else, one has onl; to recafl fierj sermons of St John Chrysostom to recognize tl • the chn almost from the beginning, recognised the purpose of i anti-Semitic view. Nevertheless, this hardly detracts from Dr Lichti ments with Vatican prelates, American bishops and Europea aL ilinals. including Keenig. of Austria: Suenens. of Belgium; l.crcafl of Bologna; and Wyszynski, of Poland, in working t< statement in the spun oi Pope John XXIII and his su<—or I'auiti In fact, recalled Dr I.ichten. Cardinal Suenens rejected what I called -the ecumenism of a smile." favoring instead strong hharra.i Catholic world did u< the .lews African Catholics prejudice and discrimination mean ." WRONG INTERPRETATION Of PRIMARY SOURCES QF AMERICAN PRELATES. Dr I.ichten has th. for thenefforts "Cardinal Cushing, ol Bosti floor." he said, -to declare How man) .lews suffi cause ol Christian indifference? Even if there havi pasl man) Christian voices luted against these n ties lei voices humbly cry oul now And standing with hin Hitter and Meyci and Archbishop O'Boyle and \ Let en among others Dr I.ichten i.i realist "The document have imp.m onl) it it iproperly implement) \sees il in] the ecumenu al purpose to a n nd Sundaj set mons [I must also cnl '*.ues with increasing frequency and snufl oul II I imeful libels in historj Bisl I ion thi ADL's annual meetin i %  > to I)i Lichten thai textbooks sen al i mdar) sourci What oi the chun h irl) the G MY | hrysostom, himsell | spirit ul these men Realistic once more, Di Lichten replied \ %  in Cathohi religious belief, and the Gosp< are lertid '" -ia> Bui the difficult) with these pnman they have been subject to wrong interpretations tin [ti(l turies NO ULTIMATE DlfflCUlTY fOR THE DOCUMENT AS DR. LICHTEN sees it. il the Gospels were l ; '' objectively, one could find as many pro-Sen nti-SfB" sentiments expressed in them Furthermore "il s. increasingly apparent thai the church must begin more and to look upon the Old Testament as our mutual sa red hook andi common heritage What the question of interpretation often COI ,0 'L, Of nuance, in Dr Lichten's view For exampli las ls 3 "j and deliberately recognised as a Jew. But whal about the <** apostles, all ol whom were also Jewish? Proper historic l* ri }'"~L here should |„. b,.|pf u | i n adjusting this kind of clear and literal J l'i I.ichten doesn't envision any particular difficult) in %  "J Ptance ol the Vatican document, although he is quick MJ --.... iiiini'ii^ii < %  • thai despite mj optimism. I realize many forces are ; Notably, these include the Arabs, who I., •al issue oi it A unique, if somewhat laugl v ithai tbo>c bishops voting foi the documenl will r Continued on Pag* ISA %  i rab tut*! .erbtrfl



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Jay February 19. 196S +Jmlst>ncri(fiat7 Paqe 5 A rael Refects Bonn Offer of Money Continued from Pge 1-A l d conferred in Bonn last week L Chancellor Ludwig Erh.rd Dr Gerstenmaier. (A Bonn pi tch to Kol Israel, the govnment operated radio network, or ted that Mr. Erhard had Mr. Shinnar that the GrGovernment's decision •the immediate and final arms deliveries to Isrant Lit of el.") Hoi Mrs Meir reviewed the fn! developments in Bonn-Isrelations while Mr. Shinnar rlcd in detail on his hereto undisclosed conversations with Wcsi German leaders, the Cabauthorized Mr. Eshkol to deil u Government's official reu t,> ihc situation in the Kncsiii Monday. Three opposition es the right-wing Ilerut. Jberals and the Communists, > filed motions tor full lc mi tinGerman-Israeli deit was stated authorilet ihc Cabinet meei )• iii.it in. Government would to iho.se demands foi .,, i, h in the Knesset, it stood, Mr Eshkol would in, Bonn %  submission to .in.ill bj the Cairo GovernIt had insisted on the an oi arms shipments to Is;ipar) "I it> price lor uith ij! recognition from Common .-• German.v Mr. Eshkol also, it was said, reject s concept ol withholding arms areas of tension" — a thesis or ward bj Dr. Gerstenmaier. .i concept, Eshkol would preblj li ll Parliament, equates | give Arab stales with which the Arabs intend to i)\. bj denying defensive Mia to IM ael ^servers here pointed out halting of half of the arms ients West Germany had to send to Israel will not Itly affect Israel's security. major point at issue, these ^ces hold, is the danger in^nt in submission by Bonn to jrpt's blackmail, which may linue and spread detrimento the stability of the MidEast region. |i Mr Shinnar, who |> i. in Jerusalem for |l ns, immediati 1> after i' with Chancellor F.r 'i i lei gtenmaier, iref foi the time being. i stood that the queshis return to his post at | ill be determined only fullj i larifies its posin ilir entire issue ol Germanili relations editorial reaction lo the Bonn A Progressive Bank INVITES YOU... lYou re probably used lo your Iold bank but J.ff.rson N. [tional |, no longer a newcomer our succ.ti his been phaInomenal and many of your Ifriendj and neighbor! aro now Imosl anthutiattic client! be I "us. lhay IH. ,(,. f.i.ndly, [personal treatment rhey deItatvt from the,, bank. |Vou enjoy full commercial (bank tervicas; Our Installment I loan Department of fan the llowe.t r.t, i n Oada on intlaltIment loans lOrivein windows open 8 A.M. o 4 P.M. Banking hours. 9:10 |AM to 2 P.M. Enjoy the friendliness and ntighborlineu at Jefferson T JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON decision to terminate arms shipments to Israel, most of the Israeli newspapers stressed the gravity of the development and scored the West German move in bowing to Egyptian blackmail. The Histadrut daily, Davar, said that, while the Israel Government may not wish to reveal the practical steps it plans to take until the extent of Bonn's surrender to Nasser is known, "there is not the slightest doubt about the gravity Israel ascribes to the matter." Bonn's only alternative, the editorial declared, is either to meet Ihc obligations arising not only rom the formal agreement but ilso from its moral duty — or else, lo side, even though unintentionally, with Egypt against Israel Herat, organ of the Ilerut Party,, Party, which called for sober and said that the development "should have aroused us from our lethar gy." It urged Israelis to "unite in a mighty campaign" against the open and shameful collaboration by Germany and Egypt for the destruction of Israel." Bonn's blow to Israel, the newspaper declared, is pregnant with danger "if we do not strike hack." The Liberal Parly daily, Haboker, urged the Israel Government to sever relations with Bonn, declaring that JerusalemBonn relations "could not continue, without being normalized in a manner befitting the relationship between states." cautious consideration of Israel's reaction in view of its serious position in the new alignment of powers in the world and particularly in the Middle East. Former Premier David Ben Gurion confirmed meanwhile that, in 1960. he and the then West German Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adenauer entered an agreement at a meeting in New York for West German military aid to Israel. Unernment under Chancellor l.udv Erhard. saying Mr. Erhard "is i a Nazi, and the present generati (of Germany) is not Nazi." told the correspondents also th if the Arabs carry out their pi cut intention to divert the he waters of the Jordan River, "tin • should he a reaction on the pi of Israel," and affirmed he "convinced" the United Sta would help safeguard Israel s entity. w %  Committee Testimonial %  Describing the Bonn decision as a "spit in the face" for Israel. NATIONAL BANK |0 MIAMI BEACH "* • *. •*" 30I41| STREET I (Mhoi GoOtray Hold at Pinetree Ornra) (Mii. %  rcim., •,.,,,, jrarfaf e/i otm,r m$uoA*ct coaeOMtNW 1 til now. that pact had been the j Rcgu ar nl0n thlv meeting of Object of merely unofficial rec ,. y (( Miami B e'autification '. polls mittee will be held on Feb. >6 Addressing a meeting of the For p.m., in the Miami-Dade Cham I eign Press Association in Tel Aviv. o| Commerce Building. Ch.iirnr j.Mr. Ben Gurion not only confirm E. Albert Pallot has announc %  I led that unofficial report but also that plans will be outlined for %  A more moderate view was i insisted that "it still stands." He testimonial luncheon on Mar. voiced in an editorial in Hatzofeh. I pleaded for greater understanding honoring Vice Mayor Mrs Al organ of the National Religious of the present West German GovWainw right. Joseph E. Brooks, Jerry Blank, William S. Ruben, Milton Weiss know that Hanna Gold needs a meal to survive. That's why they're going to ask you to help get one to her. Now! These men are painfully aware oi the people all over the world to whom a meal is the difference between desolation and the will to strive. Being human beings, they are deeply sincere in their desire to help...being businessmen, they employ the most efficient method ol providing their help. Their dedication inspires the business community to support the Combined Jewish Appeal, making it possible for CJA to purchase lood for Hanna Gold and retrain lost people like 80-year-old Joseph Berg. Each day 10:1.000 people are led with CJA dollars thai come from the efforts ol businessmen like living W'exler, A. B. Wiener, Jack Stein. Norton Pallot. Herman Stein. George Talianoff. Irving Rubin. Irving Kaplan and many others. These men know that the maximum is achieved from each dollar bv CJA. whose business it is to know and serve the areas ol most urgent need. With their help and yours, CJA can feed Hanna Gold, send Debby Green to nursery school, and provide a home for the aged Mrs. Stun yes, Mr. Businessman your help made a difference to 442,000 people last year 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal 1317 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida FR .'1-0411 m



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Page 6-A 9-Jmist.fhridiar Friday, Febrmgy | Hospital Nme§ Sidney Meyer Installation of Temple Zamora's officers and board members will take place Sunday, 8 p.m., at the Temple, 44 Zamora Ave. Ainslee Ferdie. new president, heads 'he list of officials to assume their posts. Rabbi Her6hel Brooks, spiritual leader, will give the invocation and deliver the address. Standing (left to right! crre Sidney H. Palmer, Herman Doualass, Arthur Deutsch. Israel Kussner, Leon Honig, Ben Cohen, Louis Alweiss. Louis C h a r t o r, Charles Fidelman, Mac Marko. Seated (left to righ" are Morns Moskowitz, Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Stanley Silvern. Ainslee Ferdie, president. Lt. Col. Harold Shuman. Ruth Silvern, and Hilbert Leavitt. Gotham Rapped for Memorial Veto Continued from Page 1-A $1,000,000. 40 ft. high concrete sculpture, ior which funds would ho collected by the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Organization, which has an office in New York. It would have two scrolls bearing inscriptions of episodes of Jewish ma.tyrdom and the names of V. iith camps and sites of Jewish resistance. This work \\uulcl ha\e been cast bj Nathan Kappaport, the artist who designed toe memorial on view at the site of the Warsaw Ghetto in the Polish tal. Tne second memorial was ottered by the Artur Zygelboim Memorial Committee to honor the Polish Jewish leader who committed suicide in London in 11)43 alter l< fining that the Nazis had finally smashed all Jewish resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto. Mr Kappa port designed this work als,, Si 'old Morris. New York Citj • .Commissioner, said that the 1 m mission had acted <>n the I .. Tel Aviv Official Is Miami Visitor Zeev F. Estreicher. council I i : %  : v \ municipality an i director of Korei Publish! : and Suburban Settlement • y. one of Israel's la Is (if real estate devi arrived in Miami this week to speak at th>Algiers Hotel •>• %  ; Thursdaj at > %  0 p.m.. in conjunction with Mrs. Frances Nu>baum American representative of the Neve A Retin ment Plan. • Estreichei settli ii lestine in He was to the 25th Zionist Congress in i960 At present, aside from his municipal duties, he is res for the management of many companies ..lated with Rassco, Israel, a government sanctioned development organization responsible ior many diversified activities in the gp %  Ui of Israel. Estreicher, who lives in Tel Avn imarried and has I daughters .'] and two grandchildren. sis of a letter written by Eleanor Platt. a sculptor member of the Commission, disapproving of the plans ior both memorials The letter said that the figure in the Zygelboim sculpture "is depicted in so tragic a posture that it does not m to be appropriate for location on park land intended for recreation and relaxation She wrote that it did not seem "desirable to confront children with a sculpture of such distressing and honifying significance." The City Parks Department described the proposed work as "a bronze figure engulfed in thorns and flames, sharply leaning to the front as if about to fall; emerging from the inferno are heads and hands calling to humanity for rescue." Miss Platt criticized the Warsaw Ghetto monument as excessively and unnecessarily large." She added that: '"even if it were to be -mailer and in better taste, artistically. I believe that by approving it and the Zygelboim sculpture, we wo-,,id set a h i grettable prece The Warsaw Ghetto its members bad pledged .aid tincost il the monument. Mr. Morris declined comment on the Commission but I he understood that two sentimentwere expressed at the Jan. 28 n One was that a city park w..s not a place "for remindpeople of anything so unpli ant." and the other that "monuments in the park.should be limited to events ol American history.'' He conceded that there was a %  an of Arc in one citj oar!;, and one ol Kin. .!. gii Ho of 15th centurj Poland in another Ni York Slate Sen Paul Booka Manhattan Democrat, head nsel for I lance -roup. denounced the d and -aid the monument commemoratinc: the Warsav Ghetto struggle will ilt The Workmen's Circle urged the Mayor to call a public hearing to determine whether members of the Commission "should ENJOY BETTER HEARING ffitk m* UlTRATONC EAR LEVEL HEARING AIDS TfXit Q-JI.W with Unfer.feMi&ftf ff FloMrt" CORAL WAY HEARING AIDS Ph. 445-6822 For Appt. Jill CmH W. T (% 7M SI) 21*. Off ON lATTiRIES, REPAIRS. EAR MOLDS a ACCESSORIES WE INSTALL GLASS I Oil EVERY PM RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Reveled Atirreri •ad Ktsihering Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1361, Merris Orlin, fovftdtr not be reversed and censured" It called the decision one reflecting a "callous disregard of tragic historic events." Sen Book son ehallengi cision. said that "the people who have given their lives in the struggle for freedom have won the nht to be memorialized in the City of New York and the City will have this monument." He charged that. when representatives of the re sistance uroup tried to meet with the commission two monthago a representative "refused to meet with the organization Si.lues Meyer, local linanoier and civic leader has been select hildren's Hospital I. -v God e with ihe pediatric center -inc. itinception in 1949. Meyei .,.• the pace in the current campaign with a pledge of tli 000 We are pleased to designate Meyer as our first Honorary Godfather—r.ot only for his leadership in cur $5.5 million drive, but also in recognition of his many years of service to Variety." said F. William Burke, president. Meyer became the charter found,. of the Honorarj Godfather's t ,uli. to be made up ol local business executives, entertainment stars and loaders La industry R" philanthropy who donate SI 0.000 or more to the hospital. At present Meyer Is a member of VarietyBoard oi Trusteehaving bejd the posi ol vice president H< •t mwnber of the L'nik( 5 itj Miami Citizens' Board, the Eaton Foundation, and the Miami ry Club He is chairman ol the board ol West' iev Country Club and a pasl presj leni I both the An'. Delamati • U ague Flori la Region. Bi yshore Property owners \.. is also served on thi Board ol Trustees at Jackson Mi %  rial H si Among other civic and humanitarian organiiations in which Meyer has been active are National Conference of Christians and Jews, American Jewish Committee, and the Miami and Standard Clubs. Mevi i : with 20th Centurj r* Film Corporation .. neral sales ing to Miami ii Mitchell Wolf-,. Enterprises ii, .n the day I iloinetco sinci \' present .... ,. 'J ol the board of I|I ;s i. To learn anew language before your I Bon Voyage speak to BCBL Ig now. 242 N.E. 2nd AvJ Miami, Fla FR 1-3686 100 COPIES-! (PHOTO CPFSET Anything yoo -*ed co;<| BCLLETINS | eprei.c M | ^,STS BMUM :|SOR S TS j ^WWMf CONTRC-< tB Canrl S*r> %  %  • S,nc %  **) 95 N.E. 13th Strtr PHONE FR 1-0115 SUNSHINE PRESS the bank at the head of the mall Waihinglon Avtnut at Lincoln Road Mali Mercantile National Batik of Miami Beach thartereJ 1933 < I*** *~*mt *Mpfc WM 0~^ X M



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, February 19. 1965 +JeisHtfrrMrir Page 7-A IT -> ••N. u Le'y-intensified Dial-a-Thon program to be held early in |l965 CIA campaign has been announced. David B. Flee•.ce president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. %  v.. :he proper telephone technique for individual solicitab keeping with the Dial-a-Thon program, the Women's B.c.i has already appointed Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg and Sol Goldstein to head its "Phone-a-Gift" program. Jesuits Urge Soviet Protest NEW YoltK—(JTA)-A call for ';i united world protest" against Soviet anti-Semitism was issued n iv !'•< \ V .pk by America, an in fluential Jesuit wceklj Such ;i >rdared: "Catholics have had in the past decades ample reason to know what persecution means and. S the same token, to appreciate • %  helping hand ol a Friend. The plight ol the Jews in the Soviet Union should and does concern .1 nolics -and not Jews only. Human libertj is indivisible." The New York Herald Tribune, n an art'ele by columnist Dick Shaap quoted the press officer for he Sovii l deli gation to the United Nations, dlkhaii Antipov, as saj ing that the plaque facing his mission's headquarters is "violent"' and "insulting." Mr. Antipov stated: We have no problem with the Jewish people in the Soviet Union, •10 problem at all." A dispatch received in London from Moscow reported that several Moscow rabbis issued a statement declaring that there would be more than enough matzoh for Russian Jews this Passover. The rabbis were quoted as saying that no matioh shipments woulr 1 be needed by Soviet Jews this year, and declared that American rabbis who thought otherwise had been "profoundly misled." Sources in New York said that the Soviet authorities, stung by worldwide criticisms against their anti-Semitic policies, are forcing the rabbis to issue such state ments. Actavti Yeshurun Carnival Saturday A carnival and bazaar, sponsored by Temple A lali Yeshurun. is slated for Saturda) starting at 10 a.m. Mrs. Madeline Prank is chairing the even) tor the third consecutive year. The clay will include refreshments, rides and games, with entertainment by Banjo Billy and Captain Jack. In charge "I tickets is Mrs. D. Shulman. Vend in '65 Appeal Is Up... Up... Today |n p On I Irving I.ehrman. general chairman, announced Ibis week e combination ot meetings ot residents, homes and trades first report showed a 21 peri cut increase in support of the lign, bringing over S40.1XH) in added support to the 1969 .red Jewish Appeal. meetings and the >' breakdown of these initial campaign ITCi "tage increases over HMJ4 is as lollows: Imperial Hou.se 23', Crystal House 35'. Morton Towers 46'. Hay Harbor 48' Accountants 9'.. West view Country Club 17 %  Women's Division 11'' i a pacesetter." declared Dr. I.ehrman "Get in on a ;mg. li s a good time to sign up for >our increased pledge." rband Plans CJAppeal Meet |i "n Branch of the Far} I Zionist Organization Ul • i ail members of the | lo see the 1965 United f>peal iilm. '•Telex trom x "ii Thursday, Feb. 25. i the Farbaad Center in LBIi stone Hotel. • nbers of the community I llumnist Will teak Monday >rfi Miami Beach Cultural; put • • %  will present Sydney J. ; Bs noted syndicated columnist. J [discussion of 'The Dilemmas j odt rn Man" on Monday. 81 in the Citj Hall Auditorium. | >' Donahay, chairman of the] 1 said that a reception Itow the talk in the Summit irth floor ot City Hall. are invited to be guests ol Farband at the event, before which Arthur S. Hosichan, executive diret tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will speak following the film. Hosichan recently returned from a trip to Israel and Europe, where he saw at first-hand the work made possible by contributions to Combined Jewish Appeal in support of' the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies overseas. AUTHORIZES [[(in TNtTH STANLEY GOULD 12J8 Lincoln Road t "i.'i-Trsc'ei-Ti .1.—Te-* PHCWE A 7f'S %  W 1 DAVID PINSKI FOLK SCHOOt Presents the Internationally Fam*i Artists ISRAEL WELICHANSKY MASCHA BENYA .r.', c" Cha "cter Portrayals Scenes trom Jewish life Interpreter ot Israeli. Yiddish ...d International Folk Songs MADAME NANA SCHAKERT Popular Swiss-American Concert Violinist ESTHER BARRETT at the piano SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Sr. High School, Dad* Boulevard (21st St.) Washington Avenoe, Miami Beach SEATS ARE RESERVED-ORCHESTRA S3.0O-$2.5O-$2.OO BALCONY SI SO On Sole At STAR RESTAURANT, 841 Washington Ave. FARBAND CENTER, 842 Washington Ave. >* 5 ESERVATIONS CAU--HI B-997, JE 1-0128, ON 6-1972 FREE PARKING 1501 EUSCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE! 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rC Fage 8-A vjewlstfhridiar Friday. February 19 Israel Bonds in $100 Million Drive Continued from P*g 1-A lj identified with the upbuilding ol )• ael. Vice President Hubert H. Humprey will receive the first Human Freedom Award at the Isi ael Bond inaugural dinner this fjnday evening, which climaxes ••ne conference. Guest of honor at the dinner will be Sir Isaac Wolf son. noted British financier and supporter of Israel's economic, scientific and religious institutions. Another important participant n-iU be Abba Eban. the Deputy Prime Minister of Israel, who will present to the conference a comprehensive review ol Israel's > %  < > noinic position and the continu n importance of participation by Jews throughout the free world in the Israel Bond campaign. The conference signals the opening of a worldwide campaign for the sale of a record lOttl of S100 million in Israel Bonds during 1965. This quota represents one-third of Israels development budget of $300 mil. lion for the expansion of industrial production, the construction of housnyi in development areas, the exploitation of natural resources, and the creation of jobs for new immigrants. Last year, the Israel Bond drive resulted in the unprecedented total .,i 585.380 350 in sales The goal for '.he year had ben, S85.000.000. .mil this was the first time since Israel became a state that any major financial effort in its behall achieved an annual quota The conference will open Fridaj with a luncheon at the Fontaine bleau, launching the 1965 cam paign of the National Women's Di vision of the Israel Bond Oraaniiiaugural confi the National Board of ft ors; Ira Ouilden, 0 f New"** national chairman 0 f Bonds. zation. Speakers w.ll include Mrs. tJJ^^.l! !" '**! Abba Kb'an and Lady Edith WolfJggg *££ %  •• d] ion. w.th Mrs. Jan Peerce. chairman of the division, presiding. A special feature of the luncheon will be the international premiere Ol the Civenchy Israel Fashion Collection, presenting designs by leading French and Israeli couturiers. Commentator will be Besa Myer son, who was recently named cochairman "i the Women's Dii Ision I the Greater New York campaign ii : Bonds V dinner sessioi "ill be held on Sati i evening for members ol tional Israel Boi Organiza. Board i i Governors and Israel Bond community chairmen trom over 150 cities throughout the free world Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, III., national campaign chairman of the Israel Bond Organization, is serving as chairman of the conference. Co-chairmen are Col. Jacob M. Arvey, honorary chairman of the Israel Bond drive in Chicago; Louis H. Boy ar, of Los Angeles, chairman of Abraham Feinberg, presides? Joseph J. Schwartz, vice OKSJI Morris W. Berinstcin Jl chairman of Trustees; Ma" pi ler. national chairman I'.'A!!*| iana; Julian B Venezk)' I chairman for Regions; ar„i of 1 Harris, natioi al ch ada. The mazes a month-loi the enrollment chasers ol Israi among visitors to ami area Spe. have been WOl ership oi Mi Rotl berg ar ,j 3 conference MM haii rollmenl ol rael in the following h Negev Tru-te. $15,000 ot m Trustees ($10.01 i more); \ Builders ($4,500 or more); B ers ($3,000 or mine N'egevC tans (men—$1,500 oi mo i Sponsors (women >iK)orn> Guardians ami Sponsors i%\M more). WHEN JEWS DIED FOR FREEDOM Award Recalls Ancient Heroism at Masada Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey will receive the first -luman Freedom Award at the international inaugural conerence for Urael Bonds on Sunday evening at the Fontaineoleau Hotel. The award consists of a medallion mounted on a stone from the ancient fortress of Masada in Israel, the las'. ewish stronghold to fall in the Roman conquest of Palestine :,900 years ago. Besieged by 6.000 Roman leqionairres, the entire complement ol 960 Jewish men, women and children at vlasada committed suicide, preferring to die as free men ather than to live in captivity. Col. and Mrs, Arvey Host Chicagoans For Israel Bond Inaugural Conference Col and Mrs Jacob \l Arvej ere to be hosts at an inaugural .11 and candlelight dinner for Chiragoans visiting the Greater Mini area on Thursday, 7 p.m., at e Fontaii ebleau Hotel The ball was to mark the ii stal n ol Rabbi Ralph Simon, gen. ; of heroism Ten members () f the Masada group were chosen by lot to kill then 950 comrades Then one of the ten was chosen to kill the othet nine, and having done that. he took his own life I hen were onlj five sttrvh ors when the Ro into Masada •'ere two i 'men and three small children who had hidden in the ea.i to escape the t ite i t the Othl • NEW CAR FINANCING ($4so per $100 for each year) CAPITAL ^-^ NATIONAL BANK {g !" OF MIAMI \^/ Formerl) Mrtropolitjn Bank 117 N.E. 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.-a c. Is tl : aq 10A • knist Fkridton Friday. February 19 Great* Leaders By MAX LERNER Hadassah in New Projects Except on the theorj that President Johnson maj have had more an a cold, and maj thus have wanted to kc'p Vice President Hum irey at home, it is hard i<> undawtawl h> imeriea was represented the Churchill funeral by ;i judge and ;> diplomat, rather than • > %  litical figuae of top standing. True, Eh-unt Bhumbewer was there. it he went as a private citizen and an oM comrade-in-arms, and (as e put it in his TV tributej he had "no charter" to speak for America ho can doubt that it was a mistake to leave America's greaj role In c storms that shook Churofaiil's life so drafelp unfulfilled al his deaths + There have been drastic chances since Churchill's aenerafien in .e conditions under which the leaders ol nations must operate. The %  w lethal weaponrepresent our change, Churchill'! en< ra'iou still rested on the assumption that a nation could newer have too much iwer. Today we are learning how unusuable the absolute power 1 the great weapons is. except in making it just as unusable for the • ncniy. Yet Churchill, who studied the relation of weapons to power "II his life, would be as much at home with the newest missiles as with il dreat'.naughts and planes. War technology chances, and it underits many accepted attitudes among national leaders: but it does net lange the qualities needed for greatness in men and nations. Churchill was deeply a nationalist His quarrels with his allies— • ith de Gaulle, Roosevelt. Stalin. Eisenhower—were great quarrels. I e feared and mistrusted Stalin: he was furious about rie Gaulle, even hile respecting his championship of French interests: he had a great bonhomie with Roosevelt, but it was mostly shew, for deep underneath the two men disliked each other and had different world views: he couriered some of Eisenhower's war decisions disastrous. In great measre the proposals he pushed, so often at variance with theirs, were • ictated by his passion for the survival and greatness of his people. Yet he did see much farther than this nationalism. In our time le national interests of many nations are scrambled together, and it therefore the imperative of our time that their national sovereignties inst also be scrambled together. Scrambled sovereignty, or — if you ish — poolen sovereignty, will mark the generations ahead. Churchill : limpsed this, and although he didn't like what he glimpsed, he trani ended the limits of his own time. He was one of the greatest of the • arly Eropeanists — the dreamers, it not the architects, ol the new j Europe He was also one of the early Atlanticists who theught in erms of the common culture of the past on both sides of the Atlantic, nd the imperative common decisions of the future. Curiously there ano war within him between these principles of nationalism. Kuipeanism. Atlanticism He fused them by the glow of his imagination. 1 %  -W Perhaps one of the greatest challenges to the leaders today is how %  deal with ideological conflicts, along with power struggles. It is generally believed that Churchill, as an ojd Tory, was allergic to the Age of Ideology. But was he? Tie fumbled badly with the meaning 1 Mussolini and Franco. Yet he understood the practical consequences I Hitler's ideas as no other Englishman. He knew better than Hooseelt what the Russians were driving at during the war. He tried to unify the Western power-camp in the face of the Communist postwar 1 rust. The great leader today, in an era when the ideologies seem (except >r the case of China) to be waning, will still need the feel both for Ower and lor the intangibles of ideas which Churchill combined, The Id Tory was neither as old nor as Ton as he seemed. Or perhaps the loral is that greatness in leaders cuts across labels like Tory and Lair, liberal and conservative, and reaches to a man's intelligence, his sion. and his fiber as a person. What counts is less the kind of program a man spells out than hether he can combine what is so rarely found in the same man: a mgh-miiidedness that leaves him unfooled amidst the cant and rhetoric I his day: and the antennae which make him feel out the secret chords lut move men. and in discovering them discover also how to make len bear a little more than they can bear, and do a good deal more an they can do. The great ritual drama of Churchill's funeral was the right and 1 %  evitablcend to a life so much of which was rooted in ritual. Some ay question the long-drawn-out pomp of the state funeral at a time hen the British should be bustling to resolve their payments drain nd their crisis in production costs. Yet what ritual does is to give the >ople a sense of being bound together by something other than imme• late pursuits, of having heroes and of having also a cause the heroes lought great enough to strain for. of disaster avoided, crises lived rough, victories gained. Hell and Heaven made tangible in people's es. hope proved not absurd. Ritual does not mirror great events: it makes a people capable of em. Great leaders dei the same. As T. S. Eliot put it somewhere wut Shakespeare s meat character creations: they are not copies of but we of them. Continued from Page 1-A American firms rejecting the Arab bovcott practices: urged that United Slates foreign aid be given onlj to countries using such assls ance for peaceful, economic purposes and lauded President Johnson's message to Congress in sup purt of a new immigration bill thai would eliminate the national ori:; is quota -.• %  stem, Vli Rose !.. Halprio, chairman >f the American Section of the lewisb Agency for Israel, told the 1 es that the World Zionist movement had set itself the task ol reaching those Jews in free so %  !, %  '.who we're denying their .Tewishness "by their apathy and their ignorance." A former president of Hadassah, Mrs. Halprin said that such apathy and igrerance was "dettroyino Judaism from within." She added that the focussing by the 26th Worlc' Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in January on problems of Jewish rommunities outside of Israel "signifies that the Zionist movement must now co m penetrate into the field of munal activity and that it lend its strength to bral


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^ ynday. February 19. 1965 +Jeist ncridiar Paqe 11-A NCCJ President is Renowned Educator DR. 1WIS JONES The national president ol the National Conference ol Christians and Jews will come to Miami Beach tn kick uif the countrywide observance ol Brotherhood Week i.e.m Feb. -'] tin ugh 28 rhis will mark the lirsl time thai Greater Miami has been selected to launch Brotherhood Week Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, chiel executive ol the NCCJ, will speak uf the 13th annual Brotherhood Dinner <>f the Florida Region ol the National Conference of Christians and Jews on Monday night at the Fontaincbleau Hotel. Announcement of Dr. Jones' visit was made Saturday by Jonn R. Ring, dinner chairman. Ring Minister Threatens He'll Quit in Limitations Tiff Continued from Page 1-A I ..km separate actions, the l,. German Cabinet decision to i .„ ii„. May a outofl date pin-, union d! Nazi war I \SM %  nii.lv 'I ec I a ration | | thai the West Gorman deli, involved issues of an interI | character and that the [ application ol the statoi i n itations was the conoern ,,• ,i Wesl Germanj but ol hi whole international conunun\-Minbly said that adop i [Hi -; Germany oi the Uni, %  \ • ms Genocide Convention pnl mi ,1 lhat the Nazi war rerc crimes according to i, iional law, Therefore, the declared, the prevention \\ rosei iiH.n ol such crimes I,I „ %  international legal duty state and no state could this dut) by "appeal: u inlet nal law Dr. Lavoslav Kadelburg, president of the Federation of Jewish |C immunities, distributed the rfederition statement to the fortii pieis in Belgrade. The si nent s.^id the decision "canit jnd will not change the %  character of crimes unprecedented in histoiy, nor will it %  minimize for world public opinion the responsibility of those Iwho carried them out. International opinion is still horrified by |the momentousness and massively, of Nazi war crimes. i 'hi na nc ol the decimated i Jewish community, the > di mands urgently the k %  leration ol the decision." THE JEWISH HOWE FOR THE AGED WEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP *- rour furniture. Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, lie. HEASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 TALMUDIC SEMINAR Of THE AIR "Oaf Hashovua" for he Uth Consecutive Year Miomi Jewry will have the oppor'""ity of learning a page of the Tulm„d, translated and explained by Rabbi Pinchas M. Teiti Scholar and famous Authority on fhe Talmud Rabbi of Elizabeth and Dean of Mesifta ol New Jersey M STATION WEDR-FM WJ on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. Significant sections of the Italian press featured this week articles opposnm West Germany's plans to cut oil prosecution.-ot war criminals after Ma) 8 An article in Avanti. influential Socialist daily, askc.i whether German agreement to let it.statute ot lim itations go into effect would mean that even Hitk-r could go nee it he should return after May H Thousands of po>tcanls calling upon the West German Parliament ti. extend tiestatute ol limitations were lii in.: circulated : >> the Jew ,-.i Youth Federation ol Italj The cards are addressed to Dr Eugene Gcrstenmaicr, president ol the Bundestag, Germany's lower house ol Parliament, urging the house to extend the statute said the NCCJ president's talk here will serve as the national keynote address for Brotherhood Week. This year's observance will be the 30th anniversary of (lie cciebi ation, which traditionary centers around George Washington's birthday. For cighl years pi to becom th. ;n sidenl of the National k oi rcrencc in 1958, Dr Jones headed Rutgers University and super vised .trco ganization into a state university. From mi" to nr>i. ho was president of the Universitj ot Arkansas, and from 1932 until i 1947. he was at Bennmuton College, Yt.. first as professor of economics and subsequently, tor six years, as president. An expert in mediation, arbitration and labor-management conciliation he gave much of his time during the period of World War u to the work of the War Labor Hoard, of which he was a member. His major as>iynment was the set Cement of labor disputes in war industries in New Kngland. He later served on the President's Commission on Higher Education, the President's Commission on Wa Former Beachite Wins Contest \ Mstant Attorney General Gerald Mager took first place in a statewide. Jaycee-sponsored governmental affairs essay contest. liiessay, "The Right to Court-i I," will he entered in the national governmental affairs essay eontest. Prize for the winning essay :s a free trip to Washington, I) C in attend a national governmental affairs seminar Feb. 28 through Mar. 5. Intensive Care Unit Completed Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has announced that construction is now completed of the new Intensive I are I nit on fie sixth floor. President Harry L. Lewis said the nine hed section will be reserved specially tor post-recovery pa tients who -till require definite medical and nursing attention. The intensive care will now be available tor major surgical cases follow my their release from recovery, thereby eliminating the need fur private nurses around the clock. Mayer is on the Board ot Directors of the Tallahassee .laycees He is chairman of the Governor's [nteragency Committee on Mental Hetardation. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs Morris Mager, 1725 .lames Avc., Miami Beach He and his wife. Curly, have two sons. Mare and Scott. tcr Resource Policy ami the Board i.; For< ign Scholarships, In 1956, he undertook a special mission lor the United stateSen ate to investigate foreign aid in South Asia, visiting India. Pakistan, Afghanistan and Ceylon. Dr. Jones is a former trustee of the Brookings Institute and a raft oresident of the American Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities. He has served on many educational German Court Ends Hearing In Israel TEL AVIV —(JTAi —The (irst hearing in Israel by a West German court receiving testimony in a Nazi war crimes trial ended here this week in an Israeli courtroom under the Israel national emblem and in the presence of an Israeli magistrate. The court officials, consisting of the judge and trial attorneys. Hew to Israel from Dusseldorf to hear evidence against It) former personnel of the Trcblinka murder camp. The unique hearing, was decided on because two Trcblinka survivors. Mrs. Bronca Sucko and YaaCOV Domb, were unable to go to Dusseldorl because of ill health. Both are receiving medical treatment Mrs. Sucko testified that Kurt Franz, the Treblinka commandant, whipped a Jewish boy to death. Asked ty the West German judge H. Bach, what else she remembered of her Treblinka experences, she could only reply: "I remember bodies. I remember the horrible stench of burning bodies." committees, including regiona accrediting boards, the America l Council on Education, the Assc ciation of American Colleges an others. From 1932 to 1956, he wa : a member of the Board of Tru tees, and from 19S4 fo 1956 wa chairmar rf the Education.' Testing forvice. He holds honorarj Doctor ol l from Reed College. Prim ton University ol Massachusel and an h in irarj Doctor of Humai Letter-, from Lafayette Universii Theme ot this year's Brother.ho Week is "Democracy at Work According to Dr. Jones' nation announcement of the observant •Brotherhood in action equals d mocracy. Democracy in tCtl means brotherhood." *9U> vBNyrTfa Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH local Camp Representative for well est. Pocono Mt. Camps (34th Yr) (All Boys, All Girls, CoEd) Single or married, excellent opportunity. Uncle Hughie 538-8796 52 Association Party 52 Association of Greater Miami In Id its annual card party Tuesday evening at the Algiers Hotel. in charge of reservations were Mrs Hose Spiegel and Mrs. Phillip Kaufman. Domb described his dreadful memories" of the camp where arch butcher" Fran/ and his lides 'caused so many deaths in i, small a camp An estimated 700.000 Jews were murdered in 'he camp between July, 1942 and November 1943 lie described the commandant's huge dog, who. he said, was train,l to hue ictims ii! '• ularly painful places. The court returned to Dusseldorl to proceed with the trial, which began lasl Oct. lAnother 21 witnesses are scheduled to testify. % > % % % MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE ,04 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hard nq Ave Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6171 pier re CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD MIAV.I BEACH 9473 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE HABERDASHERY 41st Year on Miami Beach 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS *o'r Ail Mak.i WHILE YOU WAIT iott.-/i and Moldi Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES |MIAMBEA€H| Founded 1933 [FEDERAL! MAIN OFFICE Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue JE 8-5511 BRANCH OFFICES 755 Watkinftin Ave.. Miami Beach IE 8-5511 301 71st Street. 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feg*j£A +Jm #• Hcrldiati i r\^cUqions 4w_^< Friday, Febraarv 19 m 1 'Soil A6UDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATiON 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. ervices $ Jltis weekend i— ANSHE EMES. Conservative 2533 SW 18th Ave. BETH DAVID 2623 SW 3rd Ave Conservative. Canter William W. Lip•on. Friday 5:3u nnd '• n.m Sermon: "The Jet* uf C n." s.iuu.i;i> :• a.m. Sermon: "The (iolden Calf." Itai M tavah: Hti phi n Mark, non ot Mr. and Mm. Samuil Schatiinttn: Alan David, ...ii i Mi and MrSam Wt nsteln • BETH EL. SCO SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomrn Schitf. %  Katu das :; H >n Hei inon. "Counting Moral Ae>eti." MillChi .' 1" i'.m CANDIEUGHTING Jim 17 Adar — 5:57 p.m. BETH ISRAEL. 7:1 4Cth St. dcx. R-bbi Berel Wein. OrthoBETH JACOB. 3U1-3H Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice MamehOS. BETH KOOESH. MOi SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Ben.aniin Ben-Ari. K ly 3:1." .. ..k. r, MH X K ''..nr' .-ii. iof II .'. Tuple: "lti liuli prratlvi i r Ii %  • %  hi :h I." Mr. :• i Mre V.th.ni K K|n*-tnr ill IIOMI t .( >n< i SI a bin in honor "f Ki i i. Sclloi I Ii .. !'. :> and -• lili iil• i". .• Si ill. •!! I ..I i:,. i *,.. II -LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi Diva Rosenfeid Cantor George Goldberg. !•*• !..> vi-, ,. ;u i ; i, -i -... k.i-i. I'.in i:.-.-. n. TopU-: "M< %  i Mj ilrand. i ML E Shablml hoati il l>) Mr. nnd Mr*. !>avld lioldrnlwrc In l.onoi -lni r Jiidy'K birthday. Saturday SO 'i Minolta 5:30 p.m. — • "T. LAUOERDALE EMANUEL '801 E. Anorews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hei'braun. | n ih, • i. in ii. ami '• M %  ,-'•', "' i„ synagoij i ITnul Rrotnori Sal > *:I5 a.m > %  IUOH lt,H K ..,, and Wealth IHi The* llo Pngi ih. i %  -' liar Mltivah: ll, -m ..i Mi mill Mra. Milton Conn. Mlneba -; p.m — • I TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Or., Sc Miami. Refoim. Rabbi Herbert Ba.nngard. HYiria} v:::" p.m. Sermon: "Will Man |)t-tro.t lllmw if?" Satuiilaj n IS a in. Itar Mlisviih: IVti-r, -on l Ml and rl .T.I I. irla Mli ii "l. aon of MlAnn. I.iulit. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. '. .: %  unil S:l ". p.m. Si "I'll. Voii in Slli in Sparer daj I'n Mltivah I Nina Id, Maud I „,,„ ,,,• \| ,,„) j| r>i n :1 |.,. v Schwa II Mil lia 5:30 p.m BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Die Hwy. Conservative. R.ibbi R'Ch.ird Marcovitj. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. y o Sermon "Why Bar • %  Khnhhal In.--. .I lij HI,!, r ,„| Sa ; .,.,,, • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Raph Kneger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH. MS Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jcseoh E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH 'Uth St snd NE 11th Ave. Conserviti.? Rabbi Max Lip•chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenK...... %  i • •. ... Sal ml.it %  :. a.m. B r M UVHII l.i %  son nl Uand Airl: mi :. : HI % %  : %  Michael, • • 'IT. .Mid jirSamiii I.. :.. Mlneh s 4.". I. in. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. :.' .i ii. i Sll )• in s. in. -II i i 'mnhlni %  J< wish APIHMII t.. Meel letvlxii N< i il~. Sal urda) %  in "The I :..lil. n i '.ill'. i ". 15 p in -• — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Ida i 5:13 and v :30 p ni • lu< -t ii.-i. '/.• \ Knjcan, .iti< .in. i. Saturda) 30 a.m. Sermon "The liolden Calf." MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washinntoo Avt. Orthodox. Rahbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • MINYONAIRES C O N G R EG TION. 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Refoim. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. i" Ida) 8:13 p.m, An Interfalth pulpit dlaloKUi between I M Jafft' and H> Charlea I SohlllinB, SI John'n Kplai-opal Church. Nainlns ••! dauishli Mr and Mra. Charles Itowar-, granddauiililei of Mr. and Mra. I'hllip Thai • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase AvsLiberal. Rabbi Lson Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Prldaj v : *. p.m. Sermon: "Will 1 lie :i War?" Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bar M i /.s %  Mtchai i Barry, noil ol Ml and Mra Stanley Stern. — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman. H'tida) v '.'i p.m. Sermon: hVhi tillItallmi: IiMethod and Iteaulta Saturday !':3n ...m. Junioi Co .-i. .. a> TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I ilda> :•' an.i 8:is p.m. B'nal B'rlth Itueal ; ..-.ik.... Jack Hlnkel, attorney. Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of : in u .. k." Mlncna 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Hrlday v;;;" pin. Brotherh I \\ • i obaeri inci I >i Lehrman .m.I I >r. Richard V Moore, president, Bethiin.-I'....km.,n I-.,ii,-, ,,f Huytunu Beach, uill dlacuat The Mennina of Brotherhood In our Tim, Saturday :> a in. Si rmon: "Tin \\.. kl> portion ..r I hi i:il.l. Ban Mitsxah I.in.la, duUKhitr • %  Mr. and Mil.eo Llnilenbi ""^tYNOPSISOl?" THlf T6ftAM PORTIOrJtl tSi When Moses beholds the people worshipr,-. M(1( n ealf. he shatters the Table* of Law. "As soon as he saw the calf and the dancing .:,,.,.. anger waxed hot. and he cast the tables out of .„„, ,Exod. 32:19). Kl TISSA — The children of Israel were counted each man over twenty years of age contributed half I gheki ,,,„. -om.' Bezalel. son of Uri. and Oholiab. son of Ahisan appointed to head the artisans who made the Tabernai ind iti \oss• I Tl ^ HJ S i .. %  .> to H m Kei *1 •/•. ih Mark m.n -I Mi anrt M Hi • M • • • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP MlAvi. -510 Wash -gton Ave. O'thoilc Rabbi Dov Ro^encweig. mon: "The Stiff. V.. .i % %  p — %  • TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con• ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. i inon: "Tin i: l.iA TASTE OF HEBREW .•miLiterature from the Jewish Theo|logical Seminary of Amenta. He TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave. ; served a> a -tndenl rabbi at Tcin Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Mom, K.ppU shomrei Emunah. Montclair. i rldn'j T : %  ;. .HI. Mra, Joaeuti MamuWN-Jl lrior l0 *•**"• over ""' |nl1 %  .II uiii .ii mhii-r Ikmnn mil i.|..-the nil ol Temple Kmanu-KI. >.,i.;.;,iii .-., nil,, r, ,„,,,. v oU ih .•..,„,, At the time Dr. Lehrman assumed his duties in August, 1943, the congregation, with a membership of 250, conducted services at 1415 Euclid \ve. In the intervening years, the membership has grown t" over l.ono families. I'nwill a 11. i ...i. n -. : \ liar Mltavnh: Jaj ml Mi -. .1..-. ill Snmui l%  • II ..f .Mr 15 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Fdhor: DR. SIII.OMO KODKSII Shalom IJ.-.-I how are >ou? Shalom Joseph, it's good lo sec >OII. When are >o travelling? I am gong (travelling) io Tel A\iv, and you? I am fccine. onlj ID *salan\a. Very too*l w h* 1 n h of t Irate', together and to talk. V'here is thete ioom (place) to sit? Here is room a bench) for two. Do yea l.ke to iit at the window? Thesis! How „ the family? 1 nnl \er\ much! Thank God, evertthirg it all right (in ordei). My bit tot 'win hat returned from the army and my little daughter is J noting in school. How are JfOU? Thanks, cterything is atl tight Vee, >ou ca1 congratulate me. my famil) has some : om Roumanie. Congraiire r. (it's) a great joy. I. too. eipeet r ) (imily. .„i. n .„.,.,.,-.. T8P3 r.r# -$• innm p'SK-rr? ';s': %*s •"" "il i-l kt' "! .*.sn^ m .r,\ pert ?rs^ eipa n't vi rip* •s^rf! ^B?5 "A" Tprm T ^ rar? nxfi T.PH "fringrbn itw Hj .r.~}p, ,ov'r. wrm M-, rrttn .itM 'Ur: rnr. rsa trifl/ "3?*" rxr; K : i.:T'. *.••** a> r •"••. pvlntsej ee*W t (at* I f*.* I I t •. -.* ***** VOl R DICTiONARY FOR IDDAY window how is? thank God eon to eongraluUte roe joy great if ) n wnj'w M Me r ..-^' in 1 1 at the side of daughter lelmncd army How are >ou? c-r? TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7^th St Conservative. RaDbi Mayer Amam owitz. C.intor Edv-arrl Klein %  • Ida; .;. u|„ s Vh'M %  .,•'-It' i I'l-IIYOSI %  !• i-!l Tin ..|..i|| ( I s. ii .,,•rniii.-: ii. •,. :..., .. dei Dr Lehrman s leadership. f r "'" h ', -' %  Mr.. .,:. ti .., rtgrcgation erected Us new •_ v •'• %  ''• .tructun at 1701 Washington Ave. TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St. and Tatum wate-way. Modern Traai Dr Lehrman was chosei in KM: wnth generation "i n can?or sa R ui b H. BreeT" Lanovi by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed pursue the rabbinate eration lo visit the DI' camps ol broken chain. Hi* fatl is U D. IRVIHG IfHRMiV Breeh. r fwf L 8 E W?6ti? L w"" MSm* ,rV R'b* : Nn "'' i,S '"" "' ,! "' '"'' Ahl; ham Lehrmir sanmei Apr,i Canter Niee'e'*iriman > three representatives ol the Miami ed as rabbi lor I wen 1 !li.report on the 'he Glory ol Israel II •i Krlil.is >.' % %  ii.iu. S,-i mon fir ili. I. .11 %  i ..ii in in. n.ri of II. • III i-at.-d Bar Mitxvnh: i:. nja %  and Mra. Siml '/ TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Refo-m Rabb. Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale i Prlda; t:lj I'-rothi rli-1 H '•naorvi Si mi,n: "Time tn %  %  j. -i.. our ow ii l '! %  • |udl< TEMPLE TIFERETH^ JACOB. • e. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Friday i:l". p.m. ".; Khahhat In -l by Mr. and Mrrii -.in .::it.. r man. Kaiurday :• a.m. Weekly | 0 ti-'ii ..f il,. Law will be read plighl ol the Jew* in Europe and tute in Ne York i it the grandson of the t sidic Rabbi, affection throughom ihe Smith utilized his services in their fund-raising efforts, and the Greater Miami Jeweomm i .... i 13 a m Ml. Israel brought him national recogI nltion Numerous communities as "The Brocker Reb Dr. Lehrman Is a ish Federation presented him with ihe board of the Interna „ plaque tor his 'invaluable asBOfiUe at the Kenned) I %  rnIWt TEMPLE ZA.MORA aa 7mnra... Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooke. Cantor Ben Oicfcson. Krl I k|..in "The x-t i ili. ruble '• Katurda.) •!" a.in. S.ini..ii: "Portion Of Hi. Week TEMPLE Z;ON. 8000 M.fter Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa man, TIFERETH ISRAEL.~500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek Prldaj v ; :i 'ot rti.in:Si-I. ii ,| "I'oriion % %  u p.m. Sermon: "Itroki n i >n-n Khahbai hoati il lij Saturday ., „,,„ s ,.,,,,,„ VV.-> k." Sistance to the lailt Combined Jew: Airport in New Voi Ic < ish Appeal" ""' national Board of I > the American Ttehn In November. 1963, he ttas askand was recent!] name I i toundrf ed to serve as chairman of the of the society. He is isl pre" 1 Greater Miami CJA campaign. At dent of the Traveler* %  Societl present, he is a member of the of Miami and men: "I ,h National Rabbinical Advisory ComBoard of Directors ol le D.u> [mlttee of the United Jewish ApCounty Chapter of the Uncriert peal and the National Council of Red Cross. In 1963. I receivw 'the Joint Distribution Committheir fifteen-year sen < award. tee. He has since assumed a sec. i ond term as chairman of the Dr. Lehrman is a pa resideni community's CJA campaign f ihe Rabbinical is* ''" "' | Greater Miami He i i workini In the spring of 1958. he was sejr. conjunction with I'' '"•" '" lected as one of a five-man interJewish Histo.-t Centei • %  faith team of clergymen, chosen search studv m the e YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171M St Orthodon. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Kitiirda; :i ., m s, i Iti ; i"ii "f ih. Wjek." %  %  it prefuirtd in enT' • %  i %  %  \f,. ":: R ::,,,; AlJOl 1 rlinator oj /?,,:., r< a p. peat • : here it UK. MAX L1PSCHITZ •pirtlual \c.dtT uf Ji f: J, reran C-.i-.-Mi:on o/ Morth Miami Beach. '%  % %  % %  .. %  ... 4 history from across the country by the „t the Jewish commur Commission on Religious OrganIda; and in recogni ol his many contributions lo can Jewish scene Ten En !" 1 izations of the National Conference Of Christians and Jews, to visit Russia and the Iron Curtain gj established the 1>I I countries as a gesture of Amer,„ an chair in Modern Je i-h n '~. ica's religious strength and betory at the Jewisli heologHal liefs. lie is at present chairman of Seminary of America the NCCJ Clergy Dialogue Planning Committee Dr. Lehrman is a former seeretars m the Rabbinical Assembly ot America, the national body representing the Conservative movement affiliated with the Jewish Theological Seminary o( America. He serveon the Rabbinic Cabi. net of the Seminary, and is the children. Mid In October. I9U Di ""•'" was elected vici presii i' "' Zionist Organization of imerica. Mis wife, Belli resi ;,presi.lenl I : the Ft lei on Jewish WomeThey have •>" son. 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Ffcruary 19. 1965 +Jew 1st rhrMian Paqe 13-A Mandelbaum Emanu-EI Irum Series l„ Mandelbaum. pro(1| Jewish Theological inarj America, will be guest fc er j| i second session of )te Eii. u-EI's Breakfast ForISerics n Sunday morning. a.m -'i' 11 M '-ipton. Tcnv li't'sick • announced. Dr. Irvhas directed the L froi inception two years pine i Chal rican obi •' htion I Mar:, lessor lllty c< Iment i Semir, pas' I |ked in Louis Jncellor Institu lial Stuc this year's forum is ,Confronting [ %  )•/ %  Last Sunda). .rdis discussed "AsDr. Mandelbaum's "Intermarriage." t.baum is associatt hcmiletics on the • he Rabbinical Dethe Jewish Theolo.^%  / of America. For .eral years, he has ose association with = nkelstein, Seminary m the direction of •e for Religious and *s. %  I I Mandelbaum refrom the Semscientific ediol Rab Kahana, Midrash ol the sixth appeared in \l Kaplan Jubilee work a critical i Mas publishn 1962 Dr. DOVSlf UNVEILING BEN AND GERTRUDE ROSEN BEN art GERTRUDE ROSEN Sundoy F-b. 21st at 11 a.m. P %  ,.f \l'. ffuidllllg itive* \ %  : -11J "' >' IN TIMES OF SORROW f -, res* what worda cannot I ^P SYMPVTIIY WWWIhRE Ixotic Guillens M -V BEACH 532-3361 "*l GAB'.ES • 5423 :C0 FT La'JDERDALE .6* 0585 Ecumenical Talk at Temple Beth Sholom To Feature Top Religious Leaders Feb. 27 Off. BtRNARD MANDtlBAUM Mandelbaum recently edited .< collection ol essays, "Assignemenl in Israel." published by Harper and Row Dr Max Aral will conclude the Breakfast Forum Series on Sun day Feb -'8. in a discussion of •Spiritual Alienation All sessions are held in the Temple's North Branch Auditorium at 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Samuel J. Halperin is chairman of the Breakfast Forum. Serving with him are Mrs Leonard Abramson, Judge Frederick Barad Mrs Max Boderman. Mrs George Goldberg, Abe Green, !>: %  and Mrs Sherman Kaplan Mrs Alexander Kogan, Morris Lapidus. Dr Herman R Mechlowitz. Mrs Charles Rosenblatt, Oscar Rosenstrauch, Irving Schatzman. Nathan Schwartz. Mr and Mrs Herbert s Shapiro, Milton Sirkin and Michael Taines Series Continues At Beth Sholom Rev John Papandrew, minister of the First Unitarian Church ot Miami, spoke on "Jesus and Paul'" on Monday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. as part of a scries on the In.ok "Six Who Changed the World.' by Dr, Henrj E. Kagan. Future lectures are scheduled for Feb 22, Mar 1. 8 and 15. Guest speakers from the University f Miami will he I'rof Kanion LemOS, Department of Philosophy, who \ill discus.-. "Marx": 1'rol James r. Tedeschi, Jr., Department ol Psychology, "Freud"; Prol Benram Kursunoglu, Department ot Physics, on "Einstein." On Mar 15. Rabbi Leon Kronish spiritual leader ot Beth Sholom. w ill discuss "Moses Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. Board ol Education chairman, announces thai from x to it p.m., on Mondays, courses in Hebrew and Jewish history arc also given at the Iem| Rabbi Maurice N Eeisendrath, president of the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations, and the Rev. Dr. William R. Cannon, dean of the Candler School of Theology of Emory University. Atlanta, will highlight a weekend of discussion and deliberation under the auspices of the Executive Committee of the UAHC and its South Florida Federation. The most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll. Kishop of the Diocese ol Miami, has also been invited to participate The clergymen will engage in a symposium entitled "The Ecumenical Council: It's Intern 1 ligious Implications." en Saturday evening. Feb, 27. at Temple Beth Sholom at 8:30 p.m. The program is open to the public Two additional programs will be held at the Americana Hotel on Sunday, Feb. 28. The first, commencing at 10 a.m., will deal with interrelvjious programming for congregations. The second, a luncheon-discussion entitled "Changing Marriage Patterns in a Pluralistic Society," will take place at 12:15 p.m Participants will be Rabbi Roland B. Gittel sohn, of Temple Israel, Boston; Leon T. Fisher, executive director, Jewish Family and Children's Service, Miami; Irving S. Lebow, of Ft. Lauderdale, youth advisor to Temple Emanu-EI; Miss Anita Samet, of Coral Gables, second vice president of the Southeast Federation of Temple Youth. Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, oi Temple Beth Am, South Miami. president ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will moderate the session. In addition to these programs, the Executive Board ol the UAHC will hold a number of business sessions lor the purpose ol plan Ding the continuing work ol the Reform movement. The Union of American Hebrew Congregations is comprised ot some 650 Reform congregations in the United States and Canada. In Greater Miami it maintains offices at 816 Congress Building under the direction of Rabbi Sanlord Seltzer. Lake Worth Temple Expands Construction of a study fcr Rabbi Emanuel Eiaenberg, spiritual lead er of Temple Beth Sholom in Lake Worth, was announced this week by the congregation. A library, located in the temple building, was recent!) dedicated in honor ol Nathan Lichtman. former gabbai, as well as of Mrs. Lichtman and the couple's son. David. Temple Beth Sholom is the only Jewish House of Worship between Lake Worth and Ft Lauderdale. President is Zell Altman Past presidents include his lather. Carl All man. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAISOIEIM 'THE SOUTH 5 MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY'' N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 PALMER 'Miami's Only JtwM Monument MMtri" LEADERS IN SERVICE QUALITY AND VALUE I Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, FEB. 21, 196S Alt. Sinai Cemetery BENJAMIN KAMINETZKY, 11 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Rocfcotwb HERMAN GINSBURG, 1 p.m. R.i M u-it: GOIDIE STEIN, 1 p.m. Re\ M ni: Alt. Nebo Cemetery DOUBLE UNVEILING CHARLES and ABRAHAM COOPER 12:30 p.m. Rdbb \l iri, Vfdlui <*<> STANLEY A. SILBERMAN, 1 p.m. Rjbh $££ WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO Miami'* Only Jewish Monument Builders Mayor Richard to Speak Jacob C Fishman, rtiait man ol the weekly Miami Beach Ziomsl District Luncheon Club, has an nounced thai Mayor Melvin Rich aid ol Miami Beach will !" %  guesl iker at the next lunche n on Wednesday. 12:15 p.m at the Rlti Plaza Hotel. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. 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Pooe 14-A +J € Ht'ntrkfter Friday. Feb ruar Y 19. 19ss| Between Ytw and hit: By 10WIS SMOLA* Nasser's Profound Blind Spot: Zionists andJo m THOSE IN THE It.::..' States — like %  the American Council for Judaism — who have been under the mistaken im%  ion that the Euyp'ian dictator. C 1 \asser. is an enemy of Israel only and ot of the Jews in gene ra l will now have to change their mind All the) oed do is to read th-.booklet "Ian he Enemy of Africa." just published in .airoby the Information Department of the E2\ptian Government This malicious piec< ,-.da is. despiti Is title, directed not . the Slave ot the Immaculate Concepti people besan to set an answer to that quest when the Massachusetts Judicial Court awarded eust Ij "f live ihildren t

imposed upon him ami upon other n couples finding themselves • of the ultra Catholic enclave ruled priesi his five children ney. are bitter against him irer to the query about the %  %  ent is that ii no 1 who was excom municated by 1 Pius XII n 1958). some 58 adults i ling on a 150-acre tract ot UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON On Taking Steps I'm ted Nations *N HIS ATTEMPT to k< 1 | I 1 in thi : K the -tubborn ess by t '•• S iet Union and the Jnitt I States ilted ea do-notliin_ exal As larj G' ai ral l Thant las that, even with" oui._ tlu re are son must oe taxen now One 1 the* -ties i> his proposal lur a "comprehensiM review at all 01 tntUK's penendawepang operations Another 1a luggeatann that, without a vote aai Ly consensus, ".he Assembly adopt a bud get for the HWin operations aSMiw orgaaiisSJSgM that feeds tht Ara "he United Nations Relief and Works Agency tor Palestine Refugees in the Near Ens: — known as 1 'M1WA. TTw se two suggestions by Mr Thant contain a threat and a boon The Threat: A "cemptehensive review* of all (JIM peace-Jceepuitf operations cold develop into a threat to the eaantonca of the United Nations Emergency Force Smee lftSo. that fsarce on the whole, a very eood job of keeping Egypt from attackink Israel direcil) The UNEF is d e p l o y e d on the border of the Gaza Strip — entirely under Bkypt %  .:.-IMIOR — and at sharm el-Sheikh overlooking the Gu:: ot Akaba at tian The c*of main' operating the 5.000 man INF!' have $17,500,000 and and $20.1 %  ssia has never contntuU-i a kopeck t. r 1 A large part of Russia arreai igi on IN pay Benin, setnring nearly KMMO.000 .due to its tailure to help pay tor UNEF Mr II. bviuusly making a concesMor. to the 1 SSR when he propos a "comprehensive' revk BH" peace-kecpm; forces Once the doer ts opened to such 1 01 ton Hi ?sia could raise th. about continued existence for UNEF It is believed here that Russia's own Egyptian pal. Col Nasser, may be the last to want dissolution of UNEF The Boon. But the CNRUA budget proposal made by Mr Thant could only do good — at Una time. On the agenda of the Assembly, as usual. there is an item dealing with L'NRWA. The debate on L'NRWA draws out the very worst in anti-Israeli verbal attacks from the Arabs The talk goes on for weeks Even one of the 13 Arab delegations backed by their brt/ther-.\lo*lems from non-Arab lands and by the members of the Soviet bloc, takes tarns delivering diatribe* against Israel This unland in Still Ravi st of BosttH Fcei his devcted and fanatical band ol followers took up residence there in January, 1958 According to Robert Colony the male members of the Feenej seel work about the farm while the with the men. all in clerk to go Of! P> and then to sell SI paperback? to help l %  strangi movement go 1 Coiopy ami his wife met in Cambridge arid • : • !• ney S pci| ..• the Catholic Social • •• 01 which the then-Fr Feenev was spii tual advis 1 etti Coli her hu-band live ns in as mat • j • Hut h v ing to tht Feem j h mo 1 out I rural Massachusetts, she aeeepted the mandate of celibacy. Her husband, like his wife, .1 faith ::i! Slave of the Immaculate Conception, honored M — up to 1962 Then he decidi to leap over the wall, hopefully taking his and children ndHt him But Feeney's hold on \irchildren obliged Ootopy to take iou:t action in his effort to re -tablish his family, from the restraintof Still River Now the 11 url fight is ended Colop> i? a fre< man. hiwife is -till u slav in the Feenej 1 the five sons are undei court orderto go with theii father Thithe) do reluctantly All of which serves to remind manj people in Si England, in thiera of warm ecumenism. 1 chapter man; would like to forget Back m 1948, Ft Leonard Feeney, whoce career include? a brilliant chapter as ., sub-editor of Catholic magazine. "America, picked up the 1 anBoston College faculty memberThe} • 11 dismissed for teaching that there :no ition outside the Catholic Church A priest whose conception of religions imper as more in keeping With the stricl medieval Spain than of modern America Fei > •Lugged it out through the 1!)5 • his superior Archbishop Richard J Clashing 'now Cardinal < 'us Indeed, it may net be t<>o far beyond the op of imagination to suggest that Cardinal I A • r the I f'air may well hoi < • recess of graci m ing that prince ol tne elm rt one of the highest | Imeriea But m. the n Ih s int i r '" ~ ,n priest I :'i-mad but n solute band In to Bono from Cambri Sunday* for a contbim ions sen-Ice. vaudevtlfe snow, and anti-Jt harangne with nd holds' barred • as the weekand the years went on, Fen prettj weti narrowed hi= onslaughts to the Jew iSh i" 1. TT.nr.itv In their Hha>aiinB> 'The Pomt •' the Feeneyites scribbting trom the rhfal reaches of Still Rj stati "One topic sane rlally haoeeupied The Point's attention (taring the past -even years the nmy apert9. of tie lews emphasis'? Because we thmk it 1im American Catnolirs wake up to the : • • %  Ran • re tin m. Mianit; of its 1 ts laditior,.-. its moral code Off the Record: him with apologies to the lewFalst ...,., are given to the Talmud in the Nasser ; r "M sent the Jews as an anti-Cbn-'iin element although Na-ser. as well as other Arab ruler< selves not fcllowers of the Christian reli| Aiming at inciting Christians again.-t Jews not onwl against Israel — the Egyptian propa intended for distribution in [ ; „I sections Ol Africa, where then 1,,. ~ I for Israel. However, it has also reached th and Jewish organizations interested n • m • anti Semitic propaganda ii 1 looking into the matter Ovr film folk: By HERBERT G. LUF! About Air. Barrv Holly woo / ENE BARRY : ,, won t h. *^ • .eted Golden 1 il >!, Vward as the \l"r Outstandin nalit) of 1964" a'| the annual banquet 1 ol Direct I HFPA not only for hipert 1 in the current ABC-TV' series 'Burke I showbin • unusually sophistii • %  but aist) lor thi suave W est ern hero in M Masterson.' We talked with Gene Barry fEugene K ing cocktails in hi? smartly-styled but 1 1 dued decorated Beverly Hill.? home win ceved the ofneers of the HoDywood F01 fw .m interviet session late last month MrBarrj tthe lormer Hetty Kalb si dunne the past three years at Jewish • all) at the Sabra" dinnerdancc; an 'chairman with other Bever 1 H iteto Inspire the porchase of Bonds for Is Barry took great pride in pointing out I her m started hi? career in show I • tl -ues of the great Mas l: Broadwaj musical :; > ai the time I %  ml Mi Ban WJ •on of Mr a Mai tin K his high s ay! %  ol ind au ir ted ml re S "'M11-1 b> 1 s %  San • tzinerl dean til While studying. Gen< 1 ned his ng on .. wet kly radH t ol a* band vocalist and in niuhi M led the yoi rig man with the music: 1 debut on Broads BJ R iHta" prodtictfnn he wer W idou :..ing '>m ,.i the corned l1 "' I %  rotta It was in this ph)> < %  Toed -aw hhn and ofn-r*^ ? salary it he would appear opposite v : WM • : "(• U.ii;n'. • 1 %  • % %  made man aloniI be brings t.i his portrayal 1 at -:i, phcity thai : > aspiretaon • an ami the handsome R I '"> ir •'< I a < to* Is By NATHAN ZIPRIN His Family Traces Hack to Bialystok QF 5|R ISAAC WOLFSON. ha if honor at the epnnne 11 Miar.11 Beach of the internaTiohal inau-i ural ot the Israel Bond campaign 10. 1965. many thing? can be said He I tm in.an for far more significant things. Relatively 5P** inj il was bai a small city. It probabW nevei COUB more than lmi.mjo Jews, but it 1? safe to sa> thai I* one of the world's greatest pntlunthn pist?. Me .vas born in Scotland. A I. Scotch .1, -, u something 1 %  { ^ rarity, but one of the truly memorable : things to be said about Sir I?aac is that fir his family came from BiaJystok. Almost everybody in the eastern Dart of the rniteti billy" ^ n n U W al ke %  fam iar Wtth ,h '' w, (l Bialy. the product, has become so well known that tor a time it trireatciu-d to replace-the bagel Bialystok however .> remembered by the Jewish hiscit u h — %  •** %  '"wit ?iKiiiiieani mini;?. ni-iaii'* ing il was but a small city, It prohabk nevei -nonthan 100.000 Jew?, but it is safe to sa> mat "My whose Jewry was almost totally decimated by" nmentionables. will hare a treasured spol '* %  i-tory one ot the tir-t Orthodox rabbis to respond M Dr Thfodor Hi-r/fs call was a Bialysteker the fan^ scholar Rabbi Shhutel Mohliver. First Polish. Bialystok changed hand? several lm( It? chief industry w*S textitesr, bot there were also Jf v lumber mill? and factories-producing leather, soap %  flour When the Russian market was lost by the ceaaw oi the city to Poland, the Jewish industrialistreacw* out to find markets in the United States. India and CluM Isaac Zabludi\sk. of Bialvstok. was said to have the first Jewish millionaire of Russia His brotnr %  Michael, was a scholar and writer of respected books.



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kdav. February 19, 1965 Unisti flartegbgi Page 15-A UN Urged to Battle Bigotry 4HM &a Mis* Mi "fl eshiva University's recently-opened Residence Hall for Men tovides accommodations for more than 300 students from all arts ot the nation. shiva University's $2,500,000 Dorm of 'Blueprint for Sixties' Program i,. \ I nivei sity's new $2,500,rj opened its doors to h %  on e 350 students last fall [i. nversit) launched it 79th Ir fl iht-sl r> residence hall, • the university's main lv 'i years in construe i; io Dr Samuel Belkin, 'ii'-lm a, the ne dor ISI • some 350 students minle r ns, and will in: Facultj suites, six mar apartments, stu• -. .i director's office, a i • li n apartment, and i iaeilities and Teachers Institute for Women, as well as for other schools and divisions, including Belfer Graduate School of Science, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, and the Graduate School ol Education. A S3! 000,000 development program is also underway al Yeshiva University on behalf of its Albert Einstein College "i Medicine, a building plan which seeks to stren then and extend the resources in mi nin -• arch ind patient cart through the addition ol a hospital and the Ulln.ann Research (.enter for Health A hie h w as recently completed and op< |Tic'Drm-tory is the second pilding completed in Yeshiva Diversity's {30,000,000 "Bluehint for the Sixties" campus d^lopment program, undertaken the occasion of its 75th anni% rsary in 1961. An adminittraveclassroom building, Fyrst lall. was opened in September, Belkin pointed out that the 1 • and divisions at the unii main center are now opBtin'.' at capacity, and with en| continuing to increase. 1 facilities for bousing and kching were needed. A central livcrsitv library and a teaching I ean h Science Center round |i Phase \ of 'his dynamic build ram. | B calls for the erection ol ii,,-min recreation hall, a building and residence B'nai Raphael Brotherhood On Wednesday, B'nai Rmhael I'SY will hold it> annual Brotherhowl night. Young people of churches from Northwest Darle area will convene at the synagogue for a pubiic forum on (he subject of "Brotherhood." GENEVA—(JTA i—Two international organisations with Jewish representation urged a United Nations agency here both to adopt an r.ternational convention tor elimination of all forms ol religious intolerance and to provide plans for enforcement in the proposal for religious freedom everywhere. The steps were urged before the UN Subcommission on the Prevention ol Discrimination and Protcction ol Minorities, a 14-memhcr body studying several preliminary drafts for such a convention. The statements were submitted by the International League for the Rights of Man, represented by Sidney Liskofsky, of the American Jewish Committee, a League affiliate; and by Gustav Warburg, representing the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations, comprised of B'nai B'rith and the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Neither statement mentioned my country by name, in conformity with subcommission procedures but all of the drafts and both statements cited riiscrimina' ons known to exist in the Soviet Union, The League document recommended that the draft guarantee certain rights known to be denied •o Soviet jews among them manifestation of one's religion or bei ef "in private or in public, and individually or in community with thers It in. ."I clauses guaranteeing Hi 'ii!> freedom of worship but "teaching, training of relig personnel, observance of rites and customs production Ol icquisition of articles necessary for observance of prescribed rituals, publications, acts of sendee and mercy, and the maintaining .I religious organizations and associations." It called for "adequate measures of implementation" for v hatever dralt is adopted by the Subcommission and. subsequently. by the Human Rights Commission, the Economic and Social Council and. finally, the General Assembly. The Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations called not only for articles to implement the future convention but also for permission to non-governmental organizations to report any violations of religious freedoms in any country. The Soviet representatives here, hacked by the delegates from Ukrainia and Poland, have balked particularly against giving leeway for interventions by nongovernmental organizations. Among such organizations are not only the two groups but other world Jewish bodies as well as organizations jurists from free countries at representatives of the major Chi lion religions. May Probe Extremists Continued from Page 1-A step, he said, will depend on I results of the preliminary studj Disputing cnarges that the ill A had never probed right-wingei Rep. Charles Weltner. Georg Democrat, pointed out that. I93!i and 1940. the committee d investigate the activities ot tl German-American Bund and oth anti-Semitic organizations. L'olli lor Women THE WEEK... 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the W ovnan s IJUorlJ dfewiislbi Floridiaxi Miami. Florida. Friday. February 19. 1965 Section B Mrs. Eban, Lady Wolfson at Luncheon |noward Scharlin (left) and Mrs. Benedict Silverman (riqht) shown at Westview Country Club making arrangements \\ Old Fashioned Ball to be given by the Young Women's I oi Combined Jewish Appeal on Saturday evening, f( the club. Id Fashioned Ball n CIA's Calendar lulled Ball, given Women's Division i wish Appeal, will pat e setting event aign, n was anMrs Richard Brick11 Si harlin and Mrs Silverman have boon men of the event, take place at Westview tub mi Saturday evening, ith cocktails at 7:30 p.m., dinner at 8:30 p.m airman for the old Fash which members <>i to i li e Young Women' Divis pledging a minimum donation i i -,v> in the division's CJA camp will be invited, include Mrs \ thur Gilbert, Mrs J Allen s Mrs. Myron Singer, Mrs Harrv B Smith and Mrs, Richard Stone. '•:. Brickman said thai the ball will be the key to making the cam n an outstanding success, "It IN through thi. event, a special eveling ol elegance and beauty, that we are launching our .support ot CJA and its agencies around the corner and around the world." she declared Mrs Abba Khan, wife of the Deputy Prime Minister of Israel. Will be principal speaker at the fashion show and luncheon of the National Women'. Division ol the Israel Bond Organization. The luncheon, at winch Mrs Jan Peerce, national chairman ol the division, will preside, will take place Fridaj noon al the Fonti ii eblcau Hotel v it i than 900 deli ate> includ • ..M\ :i.itional. regional and I i lei Bond leadi I mm cities i it N'ortti \'iietii a. i %  • Ihi luncheon, which marks the 'i t i ic i a I liium hinj ul the : i| the Israel Bond Nati i il w omen' • l i\ is I th Woltson.* joint chair man nl the ( Tlildrcli ; nd Youtl Aliyah Committee for Great Britain, will also address the luncheon guests. This is Lady Wolfson's first appearance before an Israel Bond audience in North America. MisBess Myerson. nationallyknown television personality, will %  erve as commentator for the interi ational premiere ol the Govenc-hj Israel Collection, the tenth anil Israel Bond fashion show which will take place al the luni Miss Myerson I i just at pted the co chaii manship of the New x ork W imen's 1h i l.srai l Bon Is in th< lign Li n. acti\i in the I Bond program, Miss se\ eral limes in pro IOUS > i irs commentated the international pi i miere ol Israel B >nd i ashion collections, The fashion show, which will be staged and accessorized by Jordan Marsh Florida tor the premiershowing, was conceived and coot dinated by the late Miriam Fini man. who served for 12 years as national director ol the Women' i Division In the collection, Hubert de Givenchy is represented bj 12 ei sembles, more than hah ol whit i he has made "i Israeli textiles, li." is the sole French partii ip: i Ihi show l he Israel port ion is comprise l >| mon tha Ironi resorl wear lo formal evi %  >embles !,i la Be i Iii j Leiti : %  %  Israel's foremost i nutt rjpr a:e featured, a%  G eon i iberson n j ALIFC bv ISABEL GRCVE ice President and Mrs. Hubert Humphrey will be guests of mi ktail party and re i in bt ho.ted b> Mr. and Lansburgh at the ill** lit I mi Sunday trom I he approximately ISO li be members ot the idemclub." all having I both funds and el i until Democrat Par lit id campaign Later Ig, Vice President iphre> will receive theHuin I i-eedoni Award at the 1965 pi national inaugural conferee for the State ot Israel Bond. nner lo be held in the FonIt' 1 can entine bridal luncheon last I 1 in tinlovelv Bacchus lunge ui the Eden Hoc honored Mine Sater, who will say "l Jack Schwartz in early Petite guest ot honor reil suit with polka dot Piee which blended with the % or i ihe afternoon chosen by fctes.es I. ill Blasberg and Ann '" %  Tableleatttred a pink |d red floral centerpiece, hearts >a Aherman and Barbara Ha P>. sisters-in-law, last names % Plan Gladys (Mrs. Ralph'. JJj'} Rose (Dr Sherman). Mar I D"nald) Also the fu r< legroom's daughter Phyl(Mrs. Murray) Ferber. hos rLill's dauphter-in-law Arlene P Larriel Blasberg and many hg-time, devoted friends. • • Re P Kenneth Myers feted fel•legislators and spouses at a pnner party Tuesday nieht P" 'f two bachelors in the Dado Tiegation, Rep. Myers held the party at the Gables home of his parents. Martha and Stanley Myers While Jerry Sugerman. ol Bay Harbor, is spending a few weeks with his children in California. wife Sarah had a visitor Brother Arthur Goldberg, on a f i-hiny holiday in the Everglades with a group of friends from Chi eagO, Hew here last week lo spend a day with "Sis" Vacationing Karl Fichmans are houseguests ol her sister and family, Adrea and Harold Soglovit ... Known professionally as llillie Gould, Mrs. Fichman is fashion director ol the Leather Industry of America and was seen not too long ago on the Johnny Carson TV show. • • • Ardent and loyal Miami Beach lies Sarah and Abe Laitin celebrated 50 years of marriage on Tuesday Here since 1917. they have always backed the area to the hilt, investing in real estate and hotels from the Keys to Palm Beach Helping them to mark the happy occasion were many friends and relatives, with those unable to be here remembering with telegrams and messages Among their many organization affiliations. Laitin is a Mason. Shriner and member of BB Men's Lodge 1519 Partial listing for Sarah, who seems to belong to every women's group in the area, includes Home for the Aged Auxiliary. Brandeis University, B'nai B'rtth chat Chapter. 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February 19. 1965 +Je*istfk>rldkit. Page 3-B Club Will Honor Mayshie Friedberg lemy Players to star in "An After,'. %  A! Jolson" are (standinq) MesShapiro, Donald Schrager, Morris Brody and Abe Hoffenberg. Seated are MpsdnniPs Morton Lieberman, Murray Koretzky and Charles Simon. ilson Musical At Academy With Al Jolson.'' musical drama written Hi IJ Mrs. Charles SiI rented by the Hell Players. Based <>n i A! Jolson and featuring de famous, the pro. ill be the second presii i h e newly-formed annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon nexl Thursday at the Deauville ll" tel. This year's Mother and Daughter to be honored are Mrs. Morris Rose) Bienenfeld and Mrs. Jerome (Dolly) Bienenfeld. A special tribute will be extended by Rabbi Alexander s Gross, principal ol tinAcademj A -eeond Bar Mitzvah luncheon tinMayshie Friedberg will be held on Thursday noon, Feb. 25. in the Royal Hungaria \\ itaurant. Mrs. .1 u s e p I. Krantz, president ol i lub l. has ap. Nil Mis. Milton 111-. I I I. pi denl I>I Greater Miami Council of 1'ioneer Women .•meI N a ti on a bo a r (I member, as chairman of this affair. Rabbi FR/EDBERG Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will be Sliest speaker. Jacob Fishman will sing a collection of favorite Jewish folksongs Friedbery is widely known in the community tor his work in all phases of Jewish life, making a particularly outstanding record in the area of Combined Jewish Appeal. Israel Bonds, Jewish National Fund and Histadrut. lie is an active member of Karband. Because of bis continued support of Club I and all its major projects in Israel, he is being honored at the affair. Tikvah Chapter ot Pioneer Women. Mis Nat Wagner president, will be celebrating Greater Miami Council's 25th anniversary welcomed home alter a recent trip to Israel. Chairman MrSophie Seeman am! her committee have arrai the program. Boris Katz will entei tain, in addition to a well-know < local vocalist (in Mrs. Seemai i ommittee are Mesdames Morris Seeman and Charles Strauch. Golda Meir Chapter's next mei I '!.! 'A ill take place on Wednesday al Washington Federal, 1234 Wasl ington Ave. President Miriam llalpern will conduct the business session. A musical program has been arranged bj Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, cultural chairman. Cantor Mm decai Yardeini will be the guest of the afternoon. He has recently returned from Israel, where he was honored for his contribution to the world of Jewish music, both as composer and vocalist Cast and supporting stars are Mesdames Murray Korezky, guest artist, Morton Lieberman and Charles Simon. Included in the cast an' Mesdames Saul Breeh, Morris Brody, Bernard Diener, Abe Hoion Sunday. 7:30 p.m., at Washingfenberg. Harry Rosenberg. Murray ton Federal Savings and Loan, at Rosenberg. Donald Schrager and 12H4 Washington Ave. Rosenberg, Donald Schraged and Mr. and Mrs. Boris Katz will be Hadassah to Hear Rabbi Narot Miami Beach Hadassah will present another in a series of book reviews at the Algiers Hotel on Monday at 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will disCUSS "The Rabbi and the Minister,'' by Carol Herman Yoss. Proceeds will be used for Hadassah's vocational schools in Israel designed to train young men and women to take their place 10. Israel's expanding economy. .up under the guidance ktion oi Mrs. Simon Featured in the production as r ance will take place gue>t star wil lehrcu Academy Women's si ranch in the role ol Al Jolson than the voted b; keeptag SLUM* len Launch $110,000 in Gifts the most outstanding InBeach chairman ot the Women's tluncheons ever held by Division, served as chairman ol M Division of the Comthe event. (wish Appeal took place Mrs. Samuel Simonhoft Miami len Hoc Hotel on Monday, women's chairman, also played a i-ed a record SI 10.000 in prominent role in the Initial Gilts ionfrom the 4.")i) women event. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes served as chairman of the Fashionplate Committee, which included Mrs. E. E. Bloom. Mrs. S. J. llalperin. Mrs. Alex Manson. who sponsored the floral decorations tor the lun cheon, and Mrs Herbert Tenen bom Ten leading storejoined m presenting the second edition oi Fash ienplaie '65, whuh was commen tnted bj Mrs. Bernard Stevens II Krensky, chairman of Division, called the start lo the women's tin' key to raising more n percent increased goal Ihi Women's Division in lb the 1%.") CJA goal ol What's the difference between vegetarian' & strictly vegetarian? %  that our sponsor I eon, Mrs Harry A. ii i chairman of the In11 It tee, Mrs Jack stanle> Frehling and B A'emkle, wore com |gi lied bj the occasion i sponso to the Women's JA dm e." Mrs Krenskj t\ Lehrman, 1965 CJA I • m.m. discussed Comeu:-M Appeallite-saving program also featured lionplate '(>."> presentation |A I. Glickman, Miami Mrs. Rost Will Host Party Mrs. Sam Rost will ho.-t the residents' p.u'y at the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. 2 p.m.. in honor ol her Tilth birthday. •son'-oi Yesterday" will be offered by Dorothj Mondres. Dolly Kramer, \ugusta Goldman and Nettie I'tal. with accompaniment by Olga Bibor Stern [e Proudly Announce the Annual Banquet of the r ESHIVA TORAH VODAATH AND MESIVTA [fie Held on Sunday, March 7th, 1965, 5:30 P.M. |n Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen At the DEAUVILLE HOTEL, 6701 Collins Avenue Kindly Reserve This Dote in Poying Tribute To This Toroh Institution Together with the Community's Civic and Religious tenders. DINNER C0MMITTH MIITON KAHN General Chairman md Mrs. Harry Rosen for Reservations Call M. 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Page 4-B &f * %  :. •:. Si \ joined phi Shapiro in • 50th wedding annivi their parents. Mi ind Mrs. Joseph Jampol. ol Brot klyn Husband Mike flew ip f( r thi day. but Bea braved • e: flier ranging from 15 to 30 beIon to spend a week with the lan'ih Festivities drew man> 'on"inufriends, and for the occasion Lynn l. and David 12 Shapiro 1, presented grandmoth er '^:th a sold jade locket. F triner Miami Beachite Mrs Harrj Pearl Hyams) Somer stein, who now lives with her husband in New York, on a stop from a vacation in Honolulu Joining them here briefly her daughters, Linda who will graduate from University of Florida ir Juno, and Helen, assistant editor ol "Career Girl'" magazine in Sew York Seen enjoying dinner and the ol the beautiful Pompano st S turday, the Gerl Judge Charles and Hilda. Esthei Levi ty Cohei • %  \ B< ach I horn .' 1 noil for the 1 daughter •" 1 niversarj of her parents Molly and William S Utman leaving to visit son Dr Robert S Altaian, who recentlj accept) d 1 p. sition with the Bow man G School of Medicine al Wake Forest College. Winston-Salem. N.C. He was also appointed to the school's Pediatric Department Of course, for the Altmans. the trip will center around grand daughter Leslie recentlj four years-old A gay dinner and theater partj found first-nighters Murraj and Fileen Levine. Sam and Marilyn Levine, Richard and Sonya Horwich and Charlie and Ruth Jacobson atwitter ovei Claudette Colbertperformance .it the Grove Plaj house Seen al the Pal Joey sellout ai the MerryGo-Round Tl in the Gabli • smartlj dres members ol the Auxiliary ol Countj •] ton etrii Vssoi ai d sp 1 is the Dr • Helfmi ns Mai} Si zzins l • dack.En riuel Pusl %  nil 1 I :t Chestei I .. • Sund :?65 Hi ol the : oi Greater aets kiss from %  •year-old Brace 1965 Heart Fund Poster Boy. The 1965 Hear! Sunday Irive begins in Dade Cc Thursday Feb. 18, and encs on Hear: Sunday, Feb. 21, with more than 12,335 volun'eers callina or. their is and neiqhbors in an effcr' to obtain funds to supporl the Heart Association of Greater Miami 9 year-round I :o:j.'am of research, educaand cc: service. AMHUCA S Ci-l C.lw* h— Planning National Council of Jewtsh Women s Angel Luncheon on Mar. 10 are seated (left to rigM Mrs. Robert Ch.lds. Bav Divurion.M. Bernard Antin. Coral: Mrs. Yale Leavy. Cora Mrs. Philic Friedman Brv: Mrs. Cvn-s M" nulis. chairman of Anael Luncheon Mrs^Max Fuchs, co-chairmanMr. Joseph Swee. Coral Standing Heft to riah" are Mrs. Samuel Feldman. Bay; Mrs. Harry Hausman IndijJ Creek; Mrs. Karl Elon. Islands Mrs. San man. Lincoln; Mrs. Richard Vehon. Coral, David Barnett. Coral; Mrs. Hymen Mint dian Creek: Mrs. Albert Haue'i Indian Mrs Joseph Klein. Indian Creek Mrs. Lazarus Indian Creek: Mr? Moms G Coral. Council Planning Anqel Luncheon Here Mar. 10 Planarc beii 1 1 Dieted Greafei Mian Sectioi Sal Council ol .1. wisl W %  • %  %  '"" Ansel Limi • %  %  10 .,; thi F01 tail ebU an Hoti The yea 1 event i> port • rhrift S %  • %  Not Mrs ,,1 ,, • vii Section, "but it ... .,-, ol suppb ins good, %  < %  useful house in our customers al %  Hie Anael I members lf>k li 1p n oul she • • fills %  %  %  I > Angel l un< heo Mi records chairn Gustman 1 of \v, t Thrift simp National Women's leogw Whal I E %  %  fere 1 %  v.. lni NEW/* %  %  m KRAFT WHIFPEG CREAM CIS THAT SPHEAD LIKE „ s v. a v e teasing cWm! WHIPPED TO FLUFFINESS SO IT SPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLDI with zippy pimento! delicaU. tresh dairy flavor • • NOW IN YOUR GROCERS DAIRY CASE •• It just swishes onto bagels, bread and crackers...right from the refngerator! And this delicate, fresh-tasting cream cheese comes straight and mixed with the cheeriest other ingredients! For wonderful new party snacks, sandwich and bagel treats...pick from these five in handy, reusable aluminum bowls ;CH £ CERTIFIED KOSHER b, Ribt> 1 t,a,ichflMnardJM.Ci



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riday, February 19. 1965 +JewlstincriJ/ar Page 5* )eGaulle Offers 'Solution 9 oi Ihe basic problems being eon Asking what kind of "Palestinian sidcrcd both by the French UovFederation"" could be created, the ernment and by (Jen. de Gaulle agency continues in its comment: himself. Paris thinks that, it geo "Such a federation seems an imSABI W4CA %  .1 TA — (Ml.aaa a solution to the current ArabAgence Fiance Press., the offipol*tical errors occurred when the possibility in the near futun Y< I de Gaulle, president of Israeli confi ct. The tepoii was cial French news agency declared State of Israel was created — one one must mention thai manj Arab representatives unofficially des' kvas reported here alleged printed here by Maroc Informaher Uanning to suggest the forma ion, a French lansiag: a war limited to the Middle Kasl t MADE Of U.i GRADC No. 1 PEANUTS • < M A* snnss -1573 (And for five full years, too!) Skipp/Peanut Butter is entering its sixth year of certisays that Skippy fully satisfies the Jewish Dietary Laws, tied Kosher production underthe Rabbinical supervision You see, Skippy is peanuts-and in the. r most spreadof the Union of Orthodox Congregations. Regardless of able, edible form. That's why Skippy tastes exactly like what you may have heard about other peanut butters, the U.S. Grade #1 peanuts it's made from. That s also the on every jar of Skippy, Creamy or Chunk Style, why Skippy is America's largest-selling peanut butter. IF YOU LIKE PEANUTS, YOU'LL LIKE SKIPPY. KOSHER AND PARVE, ALWAYS!



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Page 6-B Jenlslincrldton Friday, Februa ry 19 j J pROM lour to six on Sunday afternoon, many guests participated in a Temple Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts reception. An exhibition of contemporary Israeli art was displayed in the Beth Sholom Art Gallery. Chairman Mrs. Seymour Silverman wore a gold and brown silk print on a field of white. Her short jacket covered a decollete gold chiffon bodice, and her skirt was full. Mrs. Earl Hamilton chose a pink moygashel linen sheath in a double-breasted effect. A white silk crepe sheath with an accordion-pleated cowled neckline was the choice of Mrs. Anna Stein. The sheath was topped with an apricot-colored, fringed mohair stole which she had made. Her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Spector. was in a silk print of sharply detailed blue and green flowers. B USY greeting guests "as Mrs. David Drucker. chairman of the Beth Sholom Art Gallery. She selected a gold brocade jacket dress with an Empire waistline featured on her sheath. Mrs. Leon Kronish. wife of Beth Sholom's spiritual leader, was in a classic black ribbed silk suit. Her white blouse was of embossed chiffon. Wife of Israel's Counsul General for the Southeast Region of the United States. Mrs. Shimon Yallon. chose an Israeli-designed ensemble Her cotton sheath was in an ombre green floral print, and her beige linen coat was lined to match her dress A strikLike CHEESE KREPIACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar-Dcc knows what he's talking about. His < beese Ravioli has the "grandest taste"—whether you sa> it in Italian or Jew ish or a mixture of both. Have some for lunch or supper today. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE' Cheese Ravioli If >ou like cheese krcplach. you'll love these tender little macaroni pies.. .tilled with tangy Italian Cheese. ..simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese... seasoned in the real Italian way. L'-m, m! Real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyAr-Dee. And thrifty. Costs only about 15< per serving! ^CHEESE Ravioli IN SAUCB 1 AfeuiUiS,J4til keafrt'eal! ing three piece silk suit was worn bv Mrs. Leo Levin. The color was a muted grey-white, and her overblouse was scalloped at the hipline. A royal blue sleeveless sheath was the choice of Mrs Irving Kaplan. Serving champagne punch were Mrs. Jonas Brotman and Mrs. Chuck Posner. Mrs. Brotman's ice blue wool knit was two-piece, featuring a scalloped eftect on the bodice, of a two-toned wool fringe, with the fringe being repeated on the hem of the overblouse. Mrs. Posner was in a Spanish red knubby silk sheath with a matching wool cardigan sweater Both the sweater and dress were trimmed in orange. Silk jersey in a shift silhouette with a Pucci print in charcoal and greens was chosen by Mrs. Sam Hirsch. Mrs. Edna Chau SIT. who herself recently held a .showing at the Beth Sholom Art Gallery, was dressed in a white linen knit ensemble interwoven with gold lame. .heath with a deep band ol nub %  .„ he hemlme Mrs. Leon er powder blue shirtwaist was over a matching colored silk Illusion Moss crepe m a color which blended ere) and beige was chosen bj Mrs Varon M. Reder „ overblouse had two narr0M bands ol black across the hipline, and her skirt was a -heath Mrs .lack Finks silk sari had an oriental inspired paislcj print with fuchsia and blue as the dominant colors on a background ol white. An Oriental-styled dress was also selected by Mrs Al Goldman in black silk crepe with illusion creating the neckline and long sleeves The crepe was used for the mandarine collar and slim CUffS, and a band of jet caviar beads was slashed across her bodice. A canary yellow wool sheath was worn by Mrs. Agnes Klins. Her hip-length matching jacket was banded in grey leather. Mrs. Esther Cohen's two piece silk linen was in a jewel-tone shade of turquoise. Her skirt featured a deep inverted pleat in the center, and her overblouse was almost torso-length. T HE well-known couturier. Soli Moustaki, is celebrating his newly acquired American citizenship by designing a patrioticinspired collection. It will be shown by your columnist this Sunday afternoon. 2 p.m.. at the pool area of the Coronado Hotel The showing is open to the pub lie. and there is no admission. Double Ring Rites For Miss Rohan, Mark Demsky \ double ring ceremonj pertformed by Rabbi Morris Shop>united sharla Rohan and MulK Demsk) on Sunday Feb. 14. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. A reception .„„, duiner followed the 6 0clock nuptials. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr and Mr>. Max Rohan, 2431 SW 16th Ct and Mr and Mrs Bernard Demsky. 5155 NW 1st St. For the valentine Da) wedding, the bride chose a gown of Skinner satin designed with modified bateau neckline and long sleeves With lace appliques at the wrists. The fitted midriff, enhanced with alen con lace appliques, was circled by an obi -ash terminating in a chapel train from the back of the dome skirt \ matching pillbox held the many tiers of French silk illusion. Serving as maid of honor was Andrea Saver Bridesmaids included Anne Demsky. the groom's sis ter. Susan Dansky. .layne Rohan and Mrs. Stephanie Rohan. Best man to the bridegroom w as Robert Cole. Ronald H. Rohan and Steven Rohan, the bride's brothers. Scott Demsky. the groom's brother. Howard Freidin and MarI tin Schwartz ushered. A graduate of Coral Gables High I School where she was president ol the Spanish National Honor Society and of Tn Beta Council. Mrs. Demsky attended the University of Floriila where she was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. %  vM*S. MARK DCMSKr The bridegroom graduated %  Miami High, attended the I'tn sity of Florida, and rcceived|( gree in mathematics from the cJ versity of Miami He is a president of Alpha Eat Fraternity and former dent of Inter frati n itj Following a wed sau. the newlywi Miami. Medical Center Chapter Events Scheduled Here kJRS. David Ewen, wife of the ,TI music critic, wore a gold lame and black Yemenite em bossed brocade sheath. It was sleeveless with a high jewel neck line. Her houseguest, from Paterson. N J., Mrs. Heyman Zimel. was In a classic black silk crepe Annual Tag Day lor the Bitcayn* Chapter of the American Medical Center will be held in North Miami and North Miami Beach on Friday All proceeds benelit the American Medical Center, a cancer and tuberculosis hospital and research center in Denver. Colo. Miss Taylor Now Mrs. Nedelman The former Deanna Taylor became the bride of Barry Steven Nedelman on Sunday. Feb. 14, at Temple Zamora, with Habbi Hershel Brooks officiating A reception in the temple followed the ceremony. Bridals attendants were Irma C. Taylor, the bride's sister, and Mrs Edward Lewen Best man was Irwin M, Becker, and Lewis Feinman ushen d Daughter Of Mr and Mrs Jules 11. Taylor. 11120 SW 31st Ave. new Mrs Nedelman is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Her bridegroom is the son of Hiram Nedelman. 2990 SW 11th St and Mrs Lenore Nedelman. Bronx. NY. and served in the is Navy aboard the USS Valley Forge. On their return from a honey moon in Nassau, the couple will live at 530 SW LeJeune lid. Co-Chairmen Mrs Lou Teich and Mrs. David Diamond anticipate full cooperation and good participation from the local merchants and residents of the com munity Coral Chapter of the American Medical Center will hold n> Mad Hatter's luncheon and card party on Wednesday at the home of Mrs Jack Weiner, :iun-j Brickell Ave Annual Taj Da> Flamingo Chapter -Jfl third Monday nt afl Day will be i lag! on Feb .' held at thi S Center, Mian:! ;•• %  Tropical Chapter ca Medical lenl urst Fridaj COlLlQO MRS. BARRY NiOUMAN juL&i cuuL CORNED BEEF 1123 PURE BEEF Kair'ru'*' supervision by prominent Ort'ioOo* Rabb'M flabbi Boruch Rabinowtz HJDDI Ben Zion Koser al WILNO KOSHER \VilZil >" SALAMI FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF MIAMI BRANCH: I 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1 -6551 %  -rs %  ; u DICK HINMAN (photographer) DRINKS MILK. (2glasses a day) HOW ABOUT YOU? ITS TOO GOOD TO BE dUST FOR,THE \OUNG %  OUTHtAfcT FLOftlOA DAIRV I N 1 T I T U T I s da G dj Bl



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February 19. 1965 + Jenlst)Fkf her Ijittih.it she learned not to take pills. Her father always jii-,, id say, "If you can't cure it with hot tea. it has to be lent out." Sue is a tea drinker. Ilcr mother was a perfectionist in whatever she did, |t, aching her daughter to be one. too. Sue learned how to sew. at the same time knowing full well that even ready-made clothes had to IKripped apart and done by hand. She went to NYTJ and Pratt Business School, mainly at night. She worked two days a week for the construction company that built the Queensboro Extension The other three days, she read plays, all of the authors from A to Z. The Zukernicks were introduced to each other by Harry's brother, and Sue says that when they got married, it seemed as if they had always been together. When their son. Michael, was six years old. they moved from NewYork to Miami Beach Michael .i lawyer, living in San Francisco. During the war iiMi'v Sue worked in her husband's law office as his secrelias always had Just one ambition: to keep her hus1 liappj Harry has been and is most active in the |< unity lie has served as president of many organizai on> Sue travels with him whenever it is possible since 1 1 now on the Board of Governors Of Florida Law. it i ii> for Harry to get around the state every five Sue goes along aa chauffeur. Harry, unlike most amis, feels easj with Sue at the wheel, and uses that ",| advantage to read the sheaf of papers he has Busy .ill day, Sue wishes she had four hands: ol the handj ones who can weed the garden, up a dress, whip up an exciting new dash ofl a two-page letter to her son or to one in.i.: friends that they have made throughout the in Europe. ernicks enjoj having %  • few people ;it ;t time il the) can ,.'t to know each other through >ions in which politics, religion and current 5 a part. Thej attend the Chamber Music 1 o icerts, the Temple Israel Lecture Serii -. -pecial music and cultural events that are always : ing the season Ever) summer the) spend traveling Sue is the travel agent, as well as i>ne "i tin great factors in Sue's life is her love of Travel books, non lietion and fourteen Weekly iblications are part of her insatiable quest for No wonder Sue is never bored with her own an) imers Reveal Joan Beth's Troth Mrs Sanford Kramer. Miami, and is employed by the !>iLido Dr., DiLido Island. Cit) National Bank <>! Miami. Cohn. Levine Plan Marriage On June 24 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard David Cohn, "t Tuskegee, Ala., announce the engagement <>t their daughter, Sherry Ann. to David Martin Levine. son of Mr. and Mrs Irwin Levine. of Miami. The future bride is the granddaughter ol Mr. and Mrs Morris Gottlieb, ol Tuskegee, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohn, of Union Sprin js, Ala. Miss (<:hn graduated from Gull Park College, Gulfport, Miss, She studied at the University of Hawaii. Honolulu, and the National University Of Mexico in Mexico City She is currently a student at the University of Miami, where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tail Sorority and serves as a University of Miami hostess. She was presented at the 1964 Blue and Gra> Colonels Ball in Montgomerv. Ala. Grandparents of the future bridegroom are Mrs. Louis Epstein and the late Mr. Epstein, and Louis Levine and the late Mrs. Levine, all of Miami. Mr. Levine graduated from Miami Senior High, attended the University of Tampa, where he was a member of the varsity football team, and graduated from the University of Miami in 1963 with a BS degree in zoology. He is a member of Beta Beta Beta, honorary biological fraternity, and Theta Chi. social fraternity. He is currently associated in business with his father in Miami. The marriage is planned [or June 24 at Temple Beth-Or in Montgomery. Beth David Paper Drive Beth David I SY is conducting its monthly paper drive in the svna gogue's parking lot on Sunday from 9 to 1 p.m. Mrs. Gladwin at Confab Surfside Couneilwoman Mrs. Rhea Casbman Gladwin attended the an nti a I conference lor city officials sponsored by the Florida League of Municipalities through the Tub lie Service Training Center, Divi••ion of General Extension, Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies. The conference, which provided basic procedures of city governments, was held in Orlando on Mondaj and Tuesday. Miss Postelnek !s Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Irving Postelnek. 10315 S\V 42nd Tor., announce the engagement of their daughter. Hazel (Cheri), to Mark Edward Kerness. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerness. 1425 SW 85th Avc. Miss Zuckerman Eyes Apr. 11 Rites Rosalia Norma Zuckerman and Harvey Arnold Weinberg will be married on Apr 11 at the DoraJ Beach Hotel. The future bride is the daughter of Mrs Meyer Zuckerman. 1125 Marseille Dr.. and the late Mr, Zuckerman. Now teaching at Francis Parker School in Chicago, Miss Zuckerman attended Miami University and graduated from Teachers College in Chicago. Her fiance, in business in Chicago, is a graduate of Wisconsin U. Bea Kalmus To be Honored Miami Beach Chapter. City of i Hope, annual leukemia Day luncheon honoring stage and radio star \ Bea Kalmus as 'Woman of the Year" is slated for Wednesday noon at the Fontaineblcau Hotel. Dr. Melville L. Jacobs, assistant I medical director. City of Hope, and director of radiology and nuclear medicine, returning from a lecture tour to Paris and London, will be guest speaker. Author of numerous scientific papers. Dr. Jacobs serves as consultant to the I'.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Gifts will include plane trip to Panama and a week's stay at the Panama Hilton for two. 10 individual weeks at Harbor Island Spa. courtesy of the chapter's Larry Paskow. dinners, furs, perfume and trips to Nassau. ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES KOSHER MORRISOiVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 OLDEA.V0BITZ < ngagement of their Joan Beth, to F. Martin f 1 "I Mr and Mrs Jack r 1 NE 178th St. Kramer, who is a grandMi and Mrs Sam Mr. Gallant attended the University of Florida and graduated from the University ol Miami in 1963. He iemployed by Coro jewelry manufacturers Alter a May wedding, the couple the University ol will make their home in Miami Naturally good! Tastiest snack with any dish. Brand for canapes, dips, and munchingl Man, that's a dish! Crackers*, j {Ufa! 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Page 8-B *Jel%tnrrHton Friday. February 19 %  %\ Mrs. Samuel Simonhofi (lef'V president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, meets with Mrs. Abiaham F. Wechsler, of New York, rhairman of the Society of he Book, to discuss the Feb. 22 brunch. Women to Hear Friends Prexy Women of the Societ> of the k will be L;rc~i"i Mrs Abra1 m F Wechsler ai a brunch in 1 %  Gigi Room of the Kent. I au Hotel 01 Mondaj with Li 1 Baun 1 1 Vmi I' I 1 isitions of 1 llv 1 Ii ilem. Greal 1 f the Book. Mrs M 1 .fiy. am i i Me? Take h easy on the new Sofa? Are von Kiddin ? I don'l baby anything!! \ml the older I get. the tougher I get. So it wise i>> buj 'r chair *ill hold ii|) and *till look gond even after I'm out <>f tin* nest! ^ on know where I came from mm learn the facts of furniture life: Qnalitj means greater service. \nd IVtrl I means quality! FOREIGN MAIDS FOREIGN COUPLES ENGLISH SPEAKING. FP.S.NCH. SPANISH S1O0-S125 Per Month $20O-$250 Per Month NO LEGAL OBLIGATIONS SHORT WAITING PERIOD DREXEL AGENCY JE 8-6533 Vice President Humphrey Will Receive p^* Honorary Degree from Seminary Sunday appear over Ch. day, 10 a.m.. Voice." lie will be '"imgard wg television Sun ) a.m.. on the •Still small Intervu \ice President Hubert H, Hun,%  On the evening of Feb. 24. folRabbi SanforSteltzer. ,„ hc £ phrey will receive the honorar) de low'ng the convocation. Gen Sar. | of Doctor ol Laws from the noll w ,n De a special guesl al ihe Jewish Theological Seminar} ol St |1)jn 11A s anIuial convocation dinSZZAV^'U^ .::. .... %  •• %  .-"Sunday, il was announced this the institution wUl presenl its m week !••• Dr '"ins Finkelstein tional Community Service Av ird gations, and discuss his 'Judaism and Prayei %  Mrs Wechsle: h i also \< Y"i'k siatc chairman 1 Women's Dp isii n has announced that memers "i 'he SQ ly < the Hook will ,-• %  nitii throughout 1 ; tati I th Feh 22 1 larris At Tew lea : U< St .. Fine 1 chat ccllor of the Sinvnarv. The Vice President originally heduled to receive the de irree at a convocation al Te Emanu El in Miami Beach next v ,. inerd j SMUT offici gov crnment business reo,uires thai Vice President Humphrej be in Wa 1 ngton on Feb. 24. the spec'al lunche in w aset for Sunday to acco imodate his calendar," Dr Finkelstein declared. The degree will be conferred upon the Vice President in recognition of his "years of exemplary public service, his private integrity and his conviction that American life should embody the enduring troths of biblical prophecy concerning the pursuit of economic justice and peace among men." Dr. Finkelstein will confer the degree. Th '( tion sla I >r Wod Will !:. held as scheduled. A'ith liriu. 1 1 1 '.,. •. for Ins %  .. n and sky. Flon than LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONWACTING • KIPAIRING Serving Did* County Ovtr 2$ Years till S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 % Bar Mitzvoh • Wedding Invitations 3 SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS < < i i PERSONALIZED STATIONERY I DOROTHY GOLDMAN HI 6-0852 2655 SW 25th AVE. 4 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 "Where Students Are Individuals'' ADELPH1 TUTORING SCHOOL Please See The "Yellow Pages of Your Phone Book or Call PL 7-72:$ Goodman Recipe Bock Available Due to the i vi %  p :• -o from home i co usev. ives. A Gsodrn Inc., is reissuing its : %  ia %  cookbook, l ::rci: es." which is a* .i> writing to Tl PO Box 2973, Miami It contains over 80 %  nhidj ii dude -mips, poultry dis • • m(v Mar i A,.;r;,,';:\han;.e,io;3;.;.: -. j* ........ <• ii,. i,-,,„. i „i,„„,„ lifhes, egg ami cheese di Seminary, lr Irving i.em man. spiritual leader ol Temple Emanu El, will offer the opening prayer \ fe %  ire ol the academic pro gram v ill be the sixth annui iel Friedland Lecture, which will to i ighl Jewish I ho :| "' to be cited for 'distinct've continuing service to the i 01 tj • large." and for "pei petua ting the Jew sh tradition ol involvenenl in, and concei tl being "i all men Dr Finki Istein, who •> :li be the principal speaker al the d ner, will confer the Lehman Me lal on Gen. Sarnolf al the convocation which •' ill be presided over bj Dr. A J Cong. \ e s Meet in Gcbles ci J inces • v. .. i cumentai rhe Prici oi Silence," w hich depicts how n %  n. 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Friday. February 19. 1965 -Jewisti fhr/dHan Paqe 9-3 Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneieth Israel Congregation, visits Jewish National Fund projects in Israel. losens to Be lonored Mar. 7 MR. AND MRS. HARRY BOSf.V nd Mr*. ii.iiT> Rosen will nored Sundaj evening. Mar. the DeauviHe Hotel by Yeii\.i Torah V'udaath and Mesivta : \. York Cit> considered one ol •esi schools ol higher learnited States, with an re than 2.000 stu school for rein \luncy, \ Y Its in Brooklyn, N Y the dinner ill be Miii ol Knesleader in Oi ;aniza n| Ihe Hebrew ion are Louis in Eisenberg, Sam Reinhard, \ .1 Safra %  n Goldberg and ivh Vo.hal "M I ests ol e to out Pinchas NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 72 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Cell SYL\ N JE 2-3231 ft FREE DfllVlRY All GREATER MIAMI Rabbi Lehrfield WJIf Deliver Report to JNF Pabi D |, spiritual %  ler ol Knessel Israel llj n %  irn I [i Israel hi visited Jewi h National Fund de veli | [project (hem Mi \., I '> Ell p r idem ol the %  %  •' i h National Fund Council ol %  • %  %  Miami, announced this w ek lhal Rabl Lehrfield will present a report on hitrip ;it ;i meet iiiL' ol the council next Thursday evening, Feb. 25, al the Fontainehie. MI Hotel Also on the program will be one of the latest Israeli films, • s well as a sister act, featuring Launa and Tania Solnik, accompanied at the piano by Aida Yaslo. "As in previous years, Rabbi Lehrfield and Louis Dublin, presilent ol Kneseth Israel, have been ardent in thrir support of the annul Jewish National Fund evening jiven by their congregation," Ell declared, adding th.u "Kneseth Israel is the only congregation in Greater Miami with such an annual JNF affair." Zev W. Kogan Will deliver his traditional JNF address at the con regation tinFridaj evening Ell Bdded. Reform Brotherhoods Meet BSJ rnfJOr *i LicVOVrltz. president "i the National Federation ol Tern pie I'.i therhoods, will address Reempli Brotherhood memit Florii I a \ hop meetit Thursi i ):i5 p Temple B lom hi | SI 1111 ( %  > W Pred, IM'I dent, i cih iods from \v, >t Palm Beach to South Miami Rev. Graham Due At Beth Am On Saturday, ai M:4O a.m.. Rev. Edward Graham, president ol tinMinisterial Alliance, will address the RellgiOUS School of Temple Beth Am Some 500 students will meet in the saunctuarv to hear the talk Lee Vogel Due At Chapter Meet Hex* Tuesday : i %  %  inner a idet ator ol \\ Q i Opi %  e Fo will adi i i 11-30 a.m it tl • Pai • l.aiii ( afetei i on i oi I Way Vndei sen ,el,., tei president and program < hi man i> Mrs Ra I 'hen Topic will be The Dangers of the Extreme Left and Hi-ht which will include a presentation Ol recorded voices of memberil the American Nazi Party, the Communist Party and the John Birch Society. Zionist Leader To be Speaker "i African Zionist leader Jack Mexander will be guesl speaker meeting ol Greater Miami Reg ii. 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Page 10-B +Jewist> flor Mian Friday, February 19, iggc Jfyar ^Mitzvalx Stephen Schatxman Services on Saturday morning, in Beth David Synagogue lude the Bar Mitzvah oi •• ,i Mr and Mrs. San* Schatzman 4300 Monserrate St., Gables Sti phi • eighth grade stuStephen Schofimon Andrew Heller lent at Ponce de Leon Junior High I has attended Beth David Re. ous School for eight years. He .i coin collector Stephen's parents have been mbei i I Beth David Congrega tion for 30 years. His grandparents, Mrs. Isidore Schwartz, of Miand Mrs. Louis Schatzman, N A Brunswick. N.J.. will be ong those attending the celebration. Mr and Mrs. Schatzman are giving a reception in Stephen's i at the Doral Beach Hotel. Andrew Heller Andrew Glen, son ol Mr. and >: Donald Jay Heller. 7000 Chap. Field Dr.. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Feb 20 at Temple ., h Shirah. Andrew is an eighth grade student at Palmetto Junior High. His interests are golf, football and sailing Donald Schwartz On Saturday. Feb. 20. Donald, son Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz. will be Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite Center morning service. Donald, in the eighth grade al Shenandoah Junior High, is a s dent at the Israelite Center Re ious School. He "ill be honored at the Kiddush .. ing services and at a recep i tion at the Kings Baj Country Club Michael Stern Michael Barry, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stern. 4450 Nautilus Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Feb. 20. at Temple Beth ShOlom. Michael is a student ol the Beth Sholom Continuation Class of 5725. Michael Leb Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Leb. Of 17791 NE 9th Ct., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 20. at Beth Torah Congregation. Michael is a seventh grader at John F Kennedy Junior High School and is also completing five years of instruction at the Harold Wolk Religious School i Kiddush will follow the services, tendered by Michael's parents, and a reception and dinner will be held in his honor at the Napoleon Room of the Deauville Hotel on Saturdaj night Lee Friedel Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs Ronald R. Friedel. 17801 NE 9th Ct.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.' Feb. 20. at Beth Torah Congregation. Lee has attended Beth Torah Hebrew School for five years and is an honor student at John F. Kennedy Junior High. He belongs to the North Miami Beach Tennis Club and has just returned from l Sarasota. representing North Miami Beach. Lee was a pitcher for four years in Little League Baseball. Kiddush. following services, will be tendered by his parents. A reception in Lee's honor will be held in the Napoleon Room of the Deauville Hotel on Saturday evening. Out-of-town guests include Lee's Michael leb Michael Stern Alan Weinstein Lee friedel Linda Lindenberg grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Moe Friedel, of Great Neck, N Y. Alan Weinstein On Saturdaj morning, Feb 20. al Beth David Synagogue. Alan David, son of Mr and Mrs Sam Weinstein. 2440 S\\ 21SI Ter., will be Bar Mitzvah. Alan is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and has attended Beth David Religious School for five years Alan's grandparents are Mr and Mrs [sadore Weinstein, Detroit. Mich and Mrs Hose Rapaport. Miami Beach Jay Samuelson On Saturday morning, Feb. 20. the Bar Mitzvah of Jay. son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Samuelson, will be observed at Temple Judea. Jay is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and plays trombone in the school band. He is active in all sport-, including basketball and football. Mr and Mrs. Samuelson will sponsor the Kiddush in Jay's honor. • Linda Lindenberg Bas Mitzvah of Linda, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lindenberg. will be celebrated on Saturday. Feb. 20. at Temple Emanu-EI. Linda attends seventh grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Winner of the Elks Americanism Award, her hobbies include reading and archery. Linda's grandfather is Henry | Lindenberg. of Miami Beach. The celebrant will be honored at a reception in her home following the service. uora Stein Ladies Plan Functions Regular meeting of the Dora stem Sisterhood will be held at the Social Hall on Tuesday eve ning Mrs Louis Cohen, program chairman, will introduce "Panorama Ol Jewish Festivities." Sisterhood memberwill participate. On Wednesda> noon, a "Sweet heart Luncheon' will be held in the Social Hall Chairmen will be Mr.Estelle Lazarus and Mrs. Hj Kirsner Games will follow the luncheon Proceedgo to the Re ligious School Mrs. Chester Leiter is president Beach Hadassah Adds Chapter Mrs Nat Barth. Miami Beach Chapter president, announces the formation of Forte Towerllad.isah. the 17th group to be part ol the chapter First meeting of the new group was to take place in the Recreation oom of Forte Towers Ron Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Norman Meyers, chapter membership vice president was to be in charge. Gulfstream 0RJ Meeting Women's American 0R1 Gil stream Chapter, met S the Everglades Hotel Mrs Mut ray Rubin. 7525 E. Treasure Dr North Bay Village, said the pn, cipal speaker was Mrs Lo Ui Baron. ORT president for th; Southeast region. Springs Villas Goffer This >ear marks the silver anniversary for Patty Berg as a professional golfer, a guest at Miami Springs Villas. She is resting up momentarily from the golfing wars. but plans to begin them again when she enters the St. Petersburg Open next month. Music Month Luncheon Set MrAnna K. Whiti vice president. Louise ter. Women's Division v Jewish Congress, announces that a special Jewish Musii M eon meeting will take p e at tr Monte Carlo Hotel ot Feb 25, 11:30 a.m. Special guest will I Marir Spear, lyric soprano, wh peared asoloist in t n ert, o; era and television, and icurreit ly appearing at local ram will includ lection from opera, musicals : and Jewish folk songs \ rv.-t .'.ill be Binah Bart MiSS Spear llaSUDg With Milfl Beach Music and ArtLeaf • Presiding at the meet MrJoseph Albuquerq • prc> dent Hostess ill be Lillian Tovri -end. Participating will be Mesdami Mary S. Cohen. Sara Coher it) Colton. FranceHerder. Pal Pomerantz. Irene Kaplan IstW Slavitt, Ruth Baum. H"o R 1 'Anne Tanenbaum. Sadye R Lillian Hersch. Anne Tepper B Blum. Elizabeth Leibowitz, S* I'tal. Gertrude Mogul and BosH Dubin. rif m World-renowned Cantor Victor Gelb will officiate at Passover services of the Coral Reef Kosher Hotel, on the oceanfront at 36th St. Abe Getter said that Cantor Gelb has previously appeared at the Concord Kiamesha Lake, Flcgler and Grossinger Hotels, all in New York State. Getter has been a kosher hotel operator here for the past 21 years. for the Bar Mitzvah boy... i solid foundation of Thrift for an insurance and retirement program Is n// nmnu i\L MITRO'OUTAN Lift INSURANCE %  COMSULTtNT I • •00 H I SICONO VI MIAMI SMOilS '1* PI 7-0S2I a**-3 0*4 s Cakes for All Occasions BIRTHDAYS WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS ANNIVERSARY FOR INFORMATION CALL ... MO 1-3441 -Hie bread to buy...' Holsum



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8' %  r, February 19. 1965 -Jen 1st rtcrMian Page II B Ncrct Off Puerto R co %  \, ot, "I ''• %  "l'" pr senl the Jewish ,,.•• in .. visit to lieges ,.. special lectures will I i let Vmerican I ni. [ .. Rico, San German, ',!„. Evangelical Seminary, .', ,,.,. : om Sunday, Feb. 28. ; %  Mar 5 ... will participate in a i ,m n -The New Image of %  ding Through Diath David cture Series i %  %  in i talk. • ii %  ,1 ihe sixth lecture in .:• j(| adull education The Synagogue In %  ^ Rabbi Eliezer A. mi Tuesday, fol. Hebrew and Bible, .it 8 p.m. i. sponsored by Beth tion with the Bu.i Education 'Who's Who' Edition enlarged 1. 100-page l ... Who in World ii | biographical Jews rid, A as publishc impany this •" Di Han j I pi i.. •=RCIAL \ ft L .ITICAL G r ':FiET DISH S %  %  SH %  r Mffivoh irifaffons >n Shop >s Press h Avenue, Miami FR 9-3235 COUNSELLORS v. 'II Ml Pocono Ml. camps in & f male, single or marcompleting 2nd yr. college or Teachers pre!., lor Several recrtallMal or athletic "M7J6 Uncle Hunhic. ATTENTION HOTEL or [SUBDIVISION MEN' id nl location (or JewishKintry hotel. A country atKhere :30 p.m. Speaking at the cocktail party arranged by a committee ol Mi mosa neighbors will be Arthur s. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Members ol the committee in addition to Molasky. include Morris Hirsch, Meyer Kronenberg. Abe Kutash. Abraham Magid. Harry l'earlman. Harry Hubel. \\ally Sigal and Irving Silon. Home Owners Will Hear Specker Biscayne Point Home (tuners Association will hold its regular monthlj meeting at the home oi Mr and Mrs. David Hank. 1772 Cleveland Kd on Sunday |)i Ed ward T. Litt. president, will con duct the 2 p.m meeting. Mrs. A. II on Tepper, program chairman, will introduce guest speaker, B Bayard Strell, presi dent, Miami Beach Association ol Ihe I 11111 % %  i Nations Hostesses for the afternoon are Mesdames G dfrej Perell, Joel ii rman Caini i arola %  ts Card Party Miami Friendl) Social Club inlanning a card partj for Thursday, Feb 25, 7 p m at Beth El Congregation Social Hall Chairmen of the affair, w.hich will include refreshments, are Mrs Joseph Brafl and Mrs. Isidor Sil ver. President oi the group, which meets on Sundav afternoons and Thursday evenings, is Max Garshag. Beffi David Sisterhood • %  Too Young to be a (irandl.it! II." b> Willard Temple, "ill be reviewed bj Mrs, Fran Kerdyk at .. Chinese brunch ion sored by Beth David Sisterhood on Wi daj 11:30 a.m., in Spector Hall. In charge of reservations are Mrs, Irving Genet and Mrs. Mann) Li I, I. co-chairmen, and Mrs. Murray Uacks. 537 N.W. 7th AVE. I Call 6886638 ] >!er Tmid \ adies State Cantata •., Th lew s s rig," ted b\ Miss P.m.i Barnett .acco npanied bj Mrs, Sol Lisken. Participants are Mrs Joseph W lute. Mrs Rudolph l tal, Mrs, \be Goldman, Mrs Sonny Levine, Mrs Shirlej Greene. VIrs Bcrel Mogul, VIrs Florence Struhl and Mrs Jerri Kunker. Program chairman is Mrs I. mis Cohen Presidenl is Mrs Eugene Schw art/ Pine Forest Camps Accepts Applicants Two mountain camps in the Po cones of Pennsylvania. lake Owi go and Timber Tops, are now at cepting applications Local rep resentative is Fithian Studios ol Dancing and Drama. :t.'!:i W 47t.; St.. Miami Beach. Lake Owego is for boyage I to 15. with Carl Freedman serving as director. Timber Tops is tor girls, also age 8 to 15. with Mel I Brodsky sen ing as directoi Two miles apart, the campfea lure either lour or eight week pn -ramand oiler athletics, includ ing water .-port-, canoe trips and scuba diving on a private lake For boys and girls age 4 to 6, Pine Forest Camp features a camp %  \ ithin a i amp, Acoi i with Edw n : Blai k. Man in E. Black and Ted S. Halpern as directors In Elkit Pa the camp, limite i to '_''i boj an i L'II ii js s| eared to children Irom kindergarten through pn. .ii v ?ri des Fi i %  • c C to 16 Pii Forest ol i u .it' r -, i |C0MPANION WANTED •^iddle-Age Jewish Woman, Kosher home in Miami. Call HI 8-0215 WIDOW IN FORTIES -;ive College educated, I a Stileslody, needs any work • • or Beach. Sabbath observer. FI n oVocl. Please lenve number '" Mrs. Sarah, 532-5694 TAX EXPERT SERVICE PtKSONAl Off BUSMSS At Your Convenience HOME or OFFICE B. t. BASt N Wl S-4393 1 ROOM WITH BATH for rent ,n my beautiful ranch-hoise on Miami Beich to elrterly p-rson or couple. 3 MEALS DAILY. Privilege of g.irden p.itio. near eveiyth.ng. Call 532-4236 Temple Israel Ladies 1 Function Temple Israel Sisterhood inter faith program on Wednesday in Wolf.son Auditorium was a review of -The Rabbi and the Minister Depicted in the book is Rabbi Stephen M wise, who was por frayed by Dr. Joseph Ii Narot. The minister, John H a > n e s Holmes, was portrayed by John Papandrew, ol the First Unitarian Church of Miami Mrs Joseph R Na "ol and Mrs. Jacob Bornstein are inti chairmen. Camp Ocala 'Get-Together' Camp ocala director Dr Theodore Struhl has announced plans for the winter "get-together" for campers former campers, and prospective camperand their families on Sunday. Feb 28. at Mcrniugside Pool, on the Baj at 58th St Miami A special program ol trampoline and karate exhibitions has been planned tween 2 and 5 p.m ited on Sellers %  i atilla, and its campus ranges o\ ei 20 • acres ot pi h ate wooded property in the heart ol the Ocala National Forest about 280 miles north oi Miami The camp accommodates 290 boys and girls between the ages ol 5 and lb' and oilers two 4 week and an 8-week diversified camp ng program under the guidance of qualified instructors. Dr Struhl said that 'amp Ocala is now registering second generation campers Also on the program for Feb. 28 will be boat rides on the hay, games.swimming and refreshments. —S.T. Doral Beach Hotel became the undisputed Biq Band capital ot the world when Coun Basie opened with his orches'-a Tuesday at the hotel's Shell Room for a repea' performance of last year's Dora! Triumph. With Guy Lombardo and his "sweetest music this side of heaven" Dlavinq nightly in the Starlight Root Doral offers the most unusual ar.d contracting set of bic bands ever offered on Miam: Beach. Also in the offing during Basie's two-week stav at Doral is a taping session with Doral's "Comedian in Residence," Jackie Gleason. for a future Gleason telecast. LEGAL NOTICE fund-Raising Affair Major fund-raising affair for; Sun I'nit. Woman's Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research InStitUte at Miami, will be an auction, bazaar and buffet supper at Surfside Community Center on Sunday. Feb 28, 7 p.m. All pro iare earmarked for cancer rese, rch. Mrs .lack Bornbaum is pi i sident ol the unit, with Mrs. man Shapiro ervi kel man. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66045-B IN r.r. Kstat l:i IKK R( lUINSl >X 1 >.-. %  .-;. ~.-.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All Creditor* slid All |vi.-..: Ha\ Inc. I'laimin I>i lii.-inii.Ajjralnxl Bald Kxtate; You ore hereb> notified ; %  T> i r.i(Oir.-,l in iitrsi-nt un> i'laimand i 'oui Ihouse in I ade I "ounlj Ploi Ida, within cis > Ii ndar mont liIron ih>iim. of the t'ir-i inililieiitioii hen .if. or thi I li,. hari ed I tut IH1 at Mi i. I" la, i Iii!7th %  la> ol i'. % %  r>, V.H 3.1 VRSIIAI I. II 'MIS \K> • it..I • I %  I I 2 19-26,



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Ife wish Flor idian Florida. Friday. February 19. 1965 Section C -: t ,. liititw*t fi**'*' %  inii0mtjM.iJmf i m i ntt lCm jttmHij QM ni unmi jw*.Huitgifkh) Jtkn Jt>. otherhood Week Should Year-Round Observance [National Conference "l Jnand .lews, sponsoring [or Inc. annual National i Week campaign to bi tier human relations. ii -i its cause on a oneimc slot The backbone ink i> iiyear-round eduirogrant carried on in fvels "i society through Dii.il of I ices and 154 chap* the L'niied states, and the work of its sister or %  on. the Canadian Council s!:.iiiand Jews. I as founded in res il eminent Ameni harles K\ana Newton D Baker S nan, llo a <• r W j ii Haye. the v.cious anti-Cathov i campaign against |''i Thej recognized an lor an urganizal i n II lorms % %  '. bigotrj and ignorance which would turn one group of Americans against another, thereby undermining the great promise of democracy. The NCCJ is a civic and educational organization, it is not a religious or interfaith movement The NCCJ seeks the support ot all religiously-motivated people t:> help promote justice, amity. mutual understanding and civic cooperation among all men. it doenot aim at any sort ol amal valuation of religious bodies or a Ii ast common denominator of d icrine II docs not engage in common worship In :„(t. the NCCJ works to guard against the dangers ol re ligious indiffercntism. It seeks to iniluence Americans to appreciate the diversities among them and to hear the responsibilities ot human com m unit) The NCCJ purpose is positive: i" approach more rlosel> the 'ANOTUff O*0eUwijY -HfY DC* 1 0"->i-.-"K!* national ideal of "one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all." It is concerned with all areas of con llict based on race, socio-economic interests, and political belief. as well as those of religious differences, It does not serve any area of vested interest, but rather the interests of all Americana Ol every race, creed and nationality. The NCCJ program is educational It follows a multiple approach at various levels ol the intcrgroup situation in the communit] Ft reaches millions ol \ ii iiannually by conduit ing programs with and through existing institutions and organizations. Its accomplishments must not be measured in terms ol the immediate and the speci lar. ii %  neither a propa danda organization nor a pressure group, it does nol lobby, it docs n il pass resolutions The NCCJ program is, however, a profoundlj important and bash form ol acti in. By pro motmg the fundamental religii 'iand demo, i atic Ira litions ol ,i> liity, it %  helping citizens in a i lural societj to arrive al con Igh w :'! %  h the) can n it lj and u isi Ij in !e in t v ith th %  rm| lex problems ol human relations. Human Relations Urgent for All Men Brotherhood Week is more than a one week proposition. In 1934. at the suggestion of Fr. Hugh McMenamin, pastor of the Catholic Cathedral in Denver. Colo., the National Conference of Christians and .lews inaugurated its first Brotherhood observance as a single day ol recognition to draw national attention to the vital need for better human relationand the NCCJ year-round educational activities aimed at achieving these goals. Within five years, by 1939. a single da) could no longer encompass the vast variety of civ ic and religious activities which came to be associated with this annual event. Brotherhood Da) became Brotherhood Week and the year round NCCJ educational activities view more imperailvi with every passing day. Immediatel) the confines of even one week hecame absurd to thinking men concerned about the rapid social upheavalI I lowing World War II and man's ability or lack of it to adjust to meet the new challenges of change Too many Americans were still content to drift with the winds, to hole up in comfortable walls of prejudice and hope that somehow they would come out all right. But human relations have Income an imperative and urgent matter for all mankind — the world over. Our petty daily lives are an integral part of today's world and we must all bear personal responsibility tor what our world shall become. In 1965. if Brotherhood Week is beginning to get under our skin as a sham, a false pretense or conscience salve so that we can return to normal, unbrotherly behavior for the rest of the year, then we are only now beginning to get the message of Brotherhood Week since itin coption :ti years ago. Brotherhood Week is more than a one week proposition It is a Year Hound Coal. Once we acknowledge a personal and continuing responsibilit) to the fulfillment of the fundamental ideals of brotherhood we must take time out to consider the best plan of action It Is impossible to think while we are involved in action and impossible to act wisely until we have a plan Brotherhood Week is that time in which to think so we can put our thoughts into action for the remaining 51 weeks in the year. l'art of an) plan is a realistic Courtesy: I %  D. Warren Cincinnati I miuircr Cincinnati, <' Promotion On Merit Issues such as merit promolion without regard l<> race, creel or national origin, the growing complex problems "I automation. unemployment, education ami retraining and the overriding ne cesslty for common concern in all these matterarc some of the topic ror discussion The NCCJ seeks to create through such volunlarv channels ol communica tiiuis. an understanding of mutual rcsposibilit) ami respect for il: -se finlal human relations problems, thus helping to underwrite the continued peace and security of America. appraisal of its chances lor -uccess. Immediately we face the major stumbling block to the fulfillment of Brotherhood it is the excuse that lets man -hun the try, for who by himelf can hope to achieve the goal Ol brotherhood no matter how ardent I;, he may wish it? A realization of inadequao. however, can never negate the logic thai Brotherhood Week accents. Mankind must learn to live together in peace and harmony. The alternative is chaos Thus logic tells us we mil-' surmount the stumbling block of individ ii,il frailty We are our brother keeper if for no other reason than p'ire self-interest Next we must realize wo are not alone in our commitment, Thinking men everywhere an struggling with the problems >l better human relationTimin our commitment, we become one of man) and a leader b) example, for others lii follow Most importantly we musi realize that there is no easy road to the accomplishment of broth erhood. in performing an) difficult task, once we accept the end as desirable we must then forget it completely and con cent rate solely on the means. While hope and faith arc eternal well-springs of mankind, neither are a means to a hoped for end They can only be the sustaining lories while man himself must struggle to achieve his goal Struggle is the burden of broth erhood. a daily and persona! struggle to surmount the prejudice within ourselves. Fear of the differences among us and fear of change play into the hands of the bigot in all of us. Our greatest enemy is ourselves. Mankind has weathered count less and major social adjust ments throughout history Today it faces its greatest challenge to accept all men. no matter what their race, creed or national origin, as free and equal mem hers in the human family. Ask self. are you man enough tor the task? \n American The only question 'I III". TRl K AMERICAN eve: asks is not. v,. yen a Protcstanl or Catho lie, Gentile or -lew. white or colored, im' Arc you an American' ii vou are. then give me your hand, for I am an American too. %  %  •



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Page 2-C +Jenisti fhridKrun Friday, February ]£ •"5 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Dom's Shell Service Station "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" SUPER SHELL WITH T.C.P. SHELL XI00 MOTOR OILS PREMIUM TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES 16795 So. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 238-6833 BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS REBUILT WASHER CO., Inc. WASHING MACHINES SALES • SERVICE 1290 Ali Baba Ave. Opa-Locka Phone MU 5-1504 TO ALL .GREETINGS Al's Electric Motor Repairs REPAIR REWIND REBUILD SERVICE Ph. 374-5838 1652 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS TO ALL The North Hialeah Bank (Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank) MEMBER OF F.D.LC. "A Friendly Bank" 5490 PALM AVENUE Ph. 6816635 To All Greetings J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE North Miami Tax Assessor TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS T. VOLT ELECTRIC CO.. INC. JOHN TOLE JOE MASON 462 W. 84th Street, Hialeah Ph. 821-4050 TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. GREETINGS... WAMiKIl CASKET COMPANY 286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-87IS LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO. Established in 192c INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL 3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, Ha. NE 4-4591 GREETINGS State Farm Insurance Auto, Life, Fire, Homeowner CHARLES H. BRINKMAN 7022 S.W. 87th AVENUE Ph. 271-8282 Brotherhood: Time for Inventory* Brotherhood Week is a time ol national inventory. It is a time when every citizen is encouraged to evaluate the progress we as individual and as a nation have made towatd a better way of life for all. not in any materialistic sense but in the humanistic and Judaeo-Christian spirit of universal Brotherhood. In such an inventory we can justly be proud of our accomplishments during the past year, but we cannot a I lord to rest on these laurels. Through the democratic processes of representative government, Americans have faced up to a major regional, national, yes. even international problem and have taken decisive steps to ward its resolution. Guided by the moral and ethical principles of religion and our democratic heritage, bipartisan action by the Congress of the United States has removed a burning social issue from the realm of debate. The passage of the Civil Rights Act has upheld as the law of the land that all Americans are entitled to full citizenship rights The problem of race relations now shifts from one of ideology to that of adaptation. The complex task of translating the law into constructive attitudes, habits and practices will have to be undertaken. How much wisdom the white and Negro citizens bring to this task will determine our own civic health and will certainly have repercussions, g iod or bad. throughout this troubled world. We all havi a great deal to learn, both minority and majority groups alike. A sen.se of community niu is one of the great challenges of B rot herb* >od Week 1965. 1 he w ay of brotherhood is to seek understanding through respect and good will in the faith and knowledge that all men, no matter what their race, creed or national origin, are brothers under the fatherhood ol God. Just as we seek to be understood, let us give that same understanding to one another. GREETINGS Radio Doctors South Miami Coral Gables Southwest Section RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 10945 S. DIXIE HWY. Phone MO 1-6877 Brotherhood Greetings To Our Friends and Patrons HELEN A. QUICK PARRAKEET HOSPITAL 13910 N.W. 6th COURT MU 1-9713 GREETINGS TO ALL BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON 1ak Bst at Belle'f 4087 E. 8th AVENUE HIALEAH OX 1-8746 Air Conditioned l% TO BIND UP THE NATIONS WOUNDS../ LINCOLN 1 %  %  < i Interpreting the Meaning Of Religious Differences Paralleling, even foreshadow Ing, the emergence Ol extremely -en sitive issues <<; religious differ i nces m the public order was J growing awareness ol inadequacy in interpreting the meaning ol these important events. To fill this void, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, in 19J3, organized the only interi eligious news .service devoted entirely to the dissemination ol objective news reportinu in the area of religion. Religious News Service, the Conference's unique journalistic arm, i< a global network of 950 news and photo correspondents with a headquarter-; staff lcaated in New York City. Long regarded as indispensible to the re.press, its broa pact on tinsecular | and television is attest! the increasing mini!" clients and the from ; • age and public affairs mug devoted to ^ news events as the >'>"rni lean Council, the recent coett versial Supreme Court Decisu and the church's role in : racial struggle. A recent <:•?: ration in the 1964 reviv edlti of •Church and State in the Unl ed States." a definitive con. a the subject, ackiiowlci ues 'A '"Daily Religious Neve vr.! (as) by far the most cor?1 henaive source of cur-en" formation on matters if Chst 1 and State." *J GKHTINGS TO 0UK MANY HHIMDI HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA (Member of F.D.I.C.) 'A tr,-nniy tank" .1 lu ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON V:Sti& Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS SNOW TRUCKING COAST TO COAST REFRIGERATED HAULING PRODUCE & PERISHABLES 6901 S.W. 73rd COURT Ph. 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".) Friday. February I9.J9K -Jenisi) tkiiiitr Page 3-C ^ hat Parents Want for Children n!5 Iways wanted ^ ,orld for their icatc our lives -ndinallo nlinmi *•"-%  '• bul oiten equate „,p,,o o k and ,u h ur o tha emotional ami turr is withii haracter tne> Ives. hu) that luI %  %  u v lf %  "'" In tiui . n seeks t<> planl the seeds and understand min Hi.' hearts and minds ol nun. - happy and moani"-: % % % %  n with the National i hristians and %  li I'd out the feelings nl and bigotry within Ives which have so long (I ilir meaning ol life i-ive in ir love, respect and li '. ir chil Ir n f to the -imp. rl ol the N .1 ii human relations f yom choice, thereby i %  about the brave '• all have sought F&JEEOOM 15 WHAT SC Real Design of Living A Complex Oriental Rug Man is like a caterpillar crawl Ing across an oriental carpet. A> any one moment he will respond to the red or blue coloring, to the white, yellow or .wen. He may have a preference for any "I the many colors involved, but from his prone vantage point each will he merely a part ol a whole fabric which he cannot comprehend. But a caterpiliar win eventually experience metamorphosis It will become a butterfly, and in this transformation it can then look back at the carpet over which il crawled and see its total magnificent design. In a sense all mankind is a ureai oriental carpet to which we all belong no matter what Our race creed or national origin !',ui i' real design ol lite is the combination ol literally thou sands ol occupations which serve the total pattern 11 living Some te; h. some aie artists, while Pi!.,.'. ma\ otter professional services. A man's religion, race or nationality have little bear ing on his qualifications for his chosen work. His work trans cends and encompasses all other groupings. Why then do we damage the design ol life by false prejudice".' Like the caterpillar, the acceptance and practice of brotherhood is the metamorphosis ot man TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS DADE REMOVAL SERVICE Serving the Mortuary Profession 2502 N.W. 103rd STREET Ph. 696-1452 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS FOOR'S FOCUS TOURS "Every Tour a Camera Holiday" TOURS ARRANGED 3064 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove Opposite Coconut Grove Elementary School Ph. 444-0434 Live—And Let Live AN VMERICAN is one who believes in the responsibility ol privilege What he asks for him sell, he is willing to grant to others: whal he demands from i thers, he is willing to give himseif His creed is not alone. "Live aval let live." hut "lave and help live." BROTHERHOOD WEEK TO ALL COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE FR 3-2671 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. "Florida Lines" CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS SERVING THE CARIS€AN PIER No. 3 FR 1-1441 or 371-8541 VERNON D. BOND Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Tracking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-3144 GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME FOR All Tf CASES 1330 NE Bayshore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOR Directors FOR REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. GREETINGS TO ALL LAMSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC. ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCE REPAIRS Ph. 667-1688 5523 S.W. 8th ST. GREETINGS DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY TOWMOTOR GERLINGER-The-One-Man-Gang FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS TRACTORS ACCESSORIES 5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami Ph. 696-3652 Charles L. Wafers, Res.: PLaxa 9-0867 TO ALL GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 MEMBER OF F D I C GREETINGS TO ALL HATTON DRUG CO. "It is our pleasure to serve you" Phone FR 3-8644 2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami GREETINGS UNIVERSITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association OF CORAL GABLES SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 199 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES TO ALL .GREETINGS Hivi' .ns Corporation Moe Longer 6394 So. Dixie Highway So. Miami I ropieal Typewriter Service Visit Our New & Larger Quarters—161-63 Alcazar Ave. 3144 Coral Way (Service Dept.) Phone HI 6-0583 -MM TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS—FILING CABINETS "We Service What We Sell" Phone 448-4156 BETTER TO SERVE YOU MIAMI JACK SERVICE Greenlee Equipment — Pelt Cable Cotter — Hydraulic Ja k, Steam Jennys — Pick Op and Delivery All Week Guaranteed — Factory Specification* 3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone NE 4-2226



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Page 4-C Jewish HcrHian Friday. February 19. 1965 TO ALL — GREETINGS Miami Jai Mai Fronton NE 3-3201 "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates GREENLEAF & CROSBY J EWELERS 1000 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA Quality Diamonds — Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings. TO ALL GREETINGS FROM F. A. ROVIROSA, President Narovi Shipping Corporation GRABCOLOMBIANA (NY) INC. HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD VENEZUELAN LINE COLUMBUS LINE Pier 2 Biscayne Blvd. 2nd Floor P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585 "Wt C0VM THf fARTH" *'WF C0VCR TH£ IATH" The Sherwin-Williams Co. 7114 NE 2nd Av* -1300 W Flaglcr St FR 7-258S-I680 Alton Rd Miami B.ach 9437 Harding Avc. MB UN 6 5953-23 Ok.ethobe. Rd TU 8 1510 1915 Ponce de Leon Blvd —7015 Harriion St Hollywood-Ft liuderdilo 1468 N W 36th Street Met! Palm Beach TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALEX MILLIGAN Marine Surveying Organization Marine Insurance Surveying *A" Yacht and Vessel Surveying Marine Consultants and Engineers ^ Appraisal and Inspection P.O. Box 50-126, Gratigny Station Miami, Florida Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125 TO ALL .GREETINGS J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300-1st National Bank Bldg Coral Gables, Fla. GREETINGS TO ALL THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE 11. II. WOOIIKMALL. JR. 682 NE. 124th St. North Miami Phont PL 4-0615 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS FLORIDA DIVISION United Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. Phone FR 1-1523 AINSIEY BUILDING GREETINGS... SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC. All f OR MS Of INSUKANCi 113 ALMERIA AVENUE CORAL GABIES Phone HI 3 2555 Brotherhood Week Spotlights Beclouding THE WHITE HOUSE Washintong, D.C. Brotherhood Week 1965 once again makes us acutely aware of the social and economic injustice which still clouds the lives fortunes of many ol our fellow cili/ens. Strong differences among our people have made our land dynamic. But when disagreement corrodes into discrimination, then the very diversity winch has been a hallmark of our nation's success weakens its fabric of freedom and democracy. Our beloved land was founded Injustices the Nation by men feeling bigotry. Let us seek during this Brotherhood Week and throughout 1965 to sustain and deepen the spirit ol liberty and equality for which our founding fathers fought and died 1 urge all Americans to join now with the National Confer ence of Christians and Jews to work toward a society that will respect differences ol ethnic background, race and religion, as ell as encourage an equal opportunity for every citizen LYNDON B. JOHNSON DEMOCRACY AT WORK NATI9IM COBrtlHfCE 9F OlltSlUUIS ABB JEWS P£S'DfVT LYNDON B. JOHNSON Conflict Is NCCJ Worry Conflict between labor management leads jnevitab disruption in our natioi my thereby affecting the livi all Americans This human n problem of interdi ence is another major C0I of the National Conferenci ( hristians and Jews Sparked by a national institutt held annually for the past sv years at Cornell Universit) eration with the [ndustri and Labor Relations School, the NCCJ has organized throu its man> regions similar region al. state and local institutes They offer to responsible leadei ship in labor and management together with their counterparts in the community, an opportur. ity to meet together in a nor crisis situation to discuss tru major issues of common concern *£: TO ALL GREETINGS -IOWS .1. BROTMAN 430 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS ML, CAMUS ROOFING Since 1921 166 N.W. 28th STREET MIAMI Phone 635-4920 GREETINGS J. & W. PLUMBING SERVICE, INC. 1222 NW 29th STREET Phone NE 5-4435 Tom Jay—Jim Washington MIAMI, FLORIDA SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • HOMELIKE 252 NW 2nd Street PIMM FR 44142 GREETINGS MEL'S WELDING SHOP "IF IT'S METAL WE CAN WELD IT" SMALL JOBS WELCOME 2491 East 11th Ave, Hialeah Ph. 696-6332 BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS ROOFING FREE ESTIMATES TU 8-1549 347 East 4th St. Hialeah M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEERS 622 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 6-0836 TO ALL GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222 SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS John Aiello Victor L. Buscaino



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Friday. February 19. 1965 + knistrhridinn Page 5-C € Brotherhood: Democracy at Work Brotherhood is not a dream or ough after goal. It is as real s the presidential election i i as( November, all the ejections i tli.' i>.i>t and tli'>' to come. ,,„ brotherhood is democracy at ,,,\i in. time do we witness a example of brotherhood i action than daring an election ear Consider lr a moment how in verj election citizens are .lined u|> to a lever pitch of lisanship For many hectic m nths we are granted the opportune to listen to conflicting alternatives lo weigh in the balnce the future <>f our country, hi heat of conflict grows with iver> passing day. Passions run higher and higher until that moment in the voting booth when ie icast by millions of in ixiilual eiii/ens. An election does not end the lonflicl It merely takes the -team out of passion and returns l,hc rounto lo reason. For all of use are. in the final analysis. Fellow .ili/ens. A democratic election is not a case <>i "to the belong the spoils." That is lh< path of dictatorship. A clem"iT.itu election merely chooses a .inner — he who must now represent all of the people. In victory that winner and his party ccept an awesome burden—the knowledge that a yood many nf their fellow citizens cannot .-;ee Yet. for the aood ol all. the winners must respect this minority opinion and be guided by it. In defeat, the minority party r.ccepts an equal burden of responsibility. It must support the %  i ll I>I the majority, but in doing •.. ii should remain faithful to itbasic convictions, therein lig tn guide the country and i ader through loyal opposi In .1 very real sense, the mi fc •V* S8 m ^m nority are the watchdogs ol democracy. in a democracy, everj majority, be it political, religious, racial or whatever, must respect the individual needs of the minority. It can only do this when it hears those needand understands them through a working and productive partnership. Thus, in our differences, we fortify one another and bring the fulfillment ot democracy. It has been said ot America that its foreign aid program is the most humanitarian and idealistic action by any country in the history of the world, that never before has a victor contributed much to the economic rehabilitation ot both friend and foe alike Literally billionof dollarhave been spent in a quest for peace and security. But money alone cannot bu> these things Our foreign aid pro gram today i> peanuts compared GREETINGS DADE AUTO AIR CONDITIONING AIR CONDITIONER SALES & SERVICE 10412 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 691-0971 H. L. Robertson & Associaies, Inc. PLUMBERS PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS INSTALLATIONS "WE COVER GREATER MIAMI" 3148 Coral Way Miami, Flo.ida Phone HI 8-1788 A COMPLETE LINE OF TRUCK AND TRAILER EQUIPMENT DeBoliac Truck Equipment Co., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS AND MANUFACTURERS 440 N.W. 29th STREET MIAMI, FLA. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS QUALITY LATHING AND PLASTERING, INC. WE APPREOA1E YOUR PATRONAGE: 5205 SW 89th COURT MO 5-2354 tn that greater idealism express ed in our Constitution and th< Declaration of Independence. Our founding fathers dared to dream and their vision of freedom and equality for all men caught the imagination of people throughout the world. They didn't buy democracy; they created it in the minds and hearts of men It must he admitted, however, that their dream has never been fulfilled. When we realize that our best interest is democracy, and find meaning to the word of freedom and equality through the practice of human brother hood in our daily lives, at that time we shall have created a new kind of foreign aid greater than any force in the world. The mere concept ol democrac] top pled tyrannj throughout the world during the nineteenth century The fulfillment ot that democratic vision today through ractice <>i brotherhood can i the >rld. SINCERE GOOD WISHES TOR LROTHERHOOD WEEK DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 N.E. 125th Street E. STRECKER Truck Body Builders 724 N. W. 21st Street GREETINGS .soi: & SONS MECHANICAL PAINT & BODY WORKS Specializing in Tune-Up and Brakes ALL WORK GUARANTEED 2315 NW 7th AVENUE FR 1-4180 GREETINGS A. FRANCO & soxs F::ie Luggage Repairs Wholesale Retail 1364 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 532-4032 BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS Sameth Piepgras Realty Co., Inc. REALTORS SALES-RENTALS-Residential-Commercial-Industrial 976 E. 25th Street Phone OX 1-7071 H I AL E A H TO ALL BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS A & A GENERAL APPLIANCE CO. RETAIL ELECTRICAL HOME APPLIANCES 2351 N.W. 7th Street Ph. 634-6133 GREETINGS SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 110 S.W. 2nd Street Miami 36, Fla. FR 3-6683 HOSPITAL PHYSICIAN LABORATORY SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT GREETINGS TO ALL 11. S. Plastering Company Plastering Lathing Stucco — To Please You No Job Too Small or Too Big 1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone FR 4-8115 To : :.i .. Gre rncs HOLIEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue THE 3EST OF CODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE Air Conditioned — Popular Prices Ample Parking BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS 836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla. Ph. 887-9496 GENERAL AIRMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. LIFE Tl.Vf ALUMINUM CHURCH TYPE bUUETIN BOARDS INDOOR and OUTDOOR 155 West 22nd STREET, Hialeah Ph. 888-6171 PEST CONTROL SERVJCE-Termife Proofing-Fumigafing-Moth Proofing MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC. DON'T TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE 3555 SW 29th TERRACE Phone HI 6-6401



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Page 6-C m, legist) IMoridFi&f) Friday. February 19, I955 W 1 Complete Marine Electrical Service Marine Electrical Service, Inc. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1480 N.W. 22nd COURT PHONE NE 5-6531 Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc. LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS "We Cover South Florida" REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE 18800 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Ph. 624-1466 3521 W. Broward Blvd. LUdlow 1-4600 Ft. LauderdaU GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE • JANITOR SERVICE • FOR OFFICES and HOMES 668 N.E. 128th STREET Ph. 754-2951 GREETINGS RAMALLAH TRADING CO. WHOLESALE RADIOS APPLIANCES 40 S.E. 8th STREET Ph. 371-4770 GREETINGS ARD-LITE OF MIAMI FULL-TIME AUTIMATION 24-HOUR ADVERTISING POWER NITE BRIGHT IN DAYLITE Ph. 445-2448 144 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. TOM FLAHERTY TO ALL .GREETINGS IIAIM'. PAJPCB & BAG CO., IXC. 65 N.E. 23rd SfeMt FR 9-5653 HAKKY CHUT, frttidtnt Toward Religious Freedom in l.S.fl A broad base for programming in the adult world includes religious freedom and public affairs. In the early 1950 s and up' through the war years, the NCCJ carried on a trio program or Trialogues in which teams com prised of a prie>t. minister and rabbi, toured the country and army installations speaking on behalf of human brotherhood be fore all who would listen. Theirs was a revolutionary practice 111 its day which broke through many false barriers of religious prejudice and ignorance to cement new bonds of mutual re sped among both religious leaders and their followers. Underneath this surface bond, however, there emerged a far more subtle division rooted in deeply held convictions and practices of the various religions. These began expressing themselves following the war in conflict situations arising out of our democratic heritage of religious freedom and separation of church and state. Such vital new issues as federal aid to education, gambling practices. Sunday closing regulations, birth control, and prayer and Bible reading in the public schools have projected themselves into the realm of the public order. NCCJ has instituted its project, religious freedom and public affairs, to meet these new and demanding challenges in human relations. I'nlike the early trio or trialogue technique, this newprogram seeks to deal intimately with the substantive issues in a spirit of true dialogue and confrontatiun. The important consideration is not that agreement be reached, but that lines of communication be kept open for lrank exchanges of ideas and viewpoints. Such continuing discussion among the religious com. GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY. INC. 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone FR 4-4174 Greetings E. B. Tait & Company 8017 N.E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI GREETINGS Weaver Rexall Drug Stores 599 NW 62nd St. 5901 NE 2nd Ave. 599 NW 62nd St. ?701 Coral Way 5901 NE 2nd Ave. 5725 Bird Road PL 7-1202 PL 4-3414 PL 71202 HI 6 7621 PL 4-3414 MO 1-6691 BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS MRS. V. C. PLUMMER SLOW LEARNER PROBLEM: HOW To LIVE WITH ONE ANOTHER *§£* x x .yto do but dis tin spi -h Th In -IS inl n (I 1 ca m Wi ed In # miinity is carried on by the NCCJ in 55 major American cities and regional institutes involving leadership with those in the public order 1 lawyers, legislators, educators, editors, etc. 1. those who must deal with these complex issues in the life ot their communities. NCCJ's Religious Free dom and Public Affairs program provides an opportunity for dia logue in the community ii> raisi the general level of public dis cussion and understanding among religious groups differing "n issues of public concern. Tyler's RESTAURANTS For Fine Food COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00 ALSO A I.A CARTE MENU There !• Never a Charge for Your Second Cup of Ccffe. WE IK) OUR OWN BAKING SIX LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1570 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) 11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI 20451 So. DIXIE HWY. (Cutler Ridge) TYLER'S PARK RESTAURANT 16555 N.W. 13th Ave, 'ii in ;ii 01 ci b< > t tu -; %  in u CI Cl le Al f.i ci • is AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING GREETINGS TO ALL GROO DISPLAYS, INC. WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS "Over 25 Years Experience" 111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473 Miami 35, Florida BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS PACKER PONTIAC (ON THE TRAIL) Factory Trained Mechanics — Fine Cars — Fine Service Compare Our Prices — New & Used Cars 665 S.W. 8th Street Phone 377-0221 BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE Wf APPREC/ATE DOING BUSINESS WJTH VOU" 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5-0311



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Friday February 19. 1965 +Jmtsl! tkxridUcnn Pag 1-C \ the Terrible Carriers of Prejudice *; aist di>long i i.„ medicine there is a term .. deTcribe those people who ,;;;, aP p. M ti, have. **., u a r,. actually carrying It The i 'ease doesn't seen, to affeel ,,, outwardly but they are Jreading il to everyone Witt. whom they come in contact. .|l„ y are known as carriers. : lic h i description fits no milAmericans or all those above „ .. cars of age Prejudice baa infected us all. For the most part in a latent state, but under certain given circumstances, it ,,, burst forth and cruelly ailed millions "i lives as in World War II Prejudice directly claim ,.,l the lives of six million Jews Indirectly it involved the entire world t" the tune of 16.5 million battle deaths and untold wounded casualties among both 0,civilian population and milllarj personnel. Such is the tremendous destructive power of prejudice Bill "hat ol the more subtle ai shriveling effect of prejudice mi iiii individual's mental and emotional being? No child is born with prejudice, yet 1)> -i\ years ol age the seeds of inner turmoil have begun to grow and spread throughout his entire be MIL Religion teaches him the way of brotherhood. The world contradicts it Ii\ the time a child reaches first grade, he has learned by heart the Pledge ol Allegiance — "liberty and justice for all," yet he is expected to compromise this pledge at every turn. Right is wrong and wrong 'hi No one can long li\ e v. -. .1" ., ,'*' in such a turmoil Mosl men will eventually accept the world for what it is. thereby building a sear tissue of self-justification. The) may seem to have adjusted, but actually they have become the complete victims ot latent prejudice. From then on they will react through prejudice They are prisoners of their own moral and ethical decay and a shell of the man or woman they TO ALL GREETINGS BARION INC. Rebuilt & New Auto Parts 1951 N.W. 17th Avenue Ph. 635-0303 GREETINGS THOMAS FURNITURE CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE CABINETS OCCASIONAL REFINISHING METAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT 676 West 27th St., Hialeah, Fla. Ph. 888-7202 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TRUE CUTTING SERVICE CONTRACT DRESS MANUFACTURER FRANK VuJSCARELLA GONGALO QUIJANO 5673 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 633-6274 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS C. W. BYERS REBUILDER OF THERMOSTATS 3550 N.W. 50th Street Ph. 634-3711 once dreamed ol being. Yes. prejudice iindeed a crippling disease and a destructive force. Rights Noted AN AMERICAN is one who believes in democracy not only for himsell but for all his fellow Americans. By democracy he means not simply the rule of the majority but the rights of minorities; and those minorities have rights, not because they are minorities, but because they are human beings. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 230 N.E. 3rd St. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida GREETINGS BUNNY YEAGER PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL GLAMOUR COLOR BUSINESS CARDS POSTCARDS, BROCHURES "All Slock Phoios Available 'o Advc'isers with Full Model Release" 1020 NE 118th STREET PL 9-3565 GREETINGS TO ALL Lang's Service COMMlTI A0T0 KtPAIR SERVICE "Hydro-mafic" Tronimiuiom Repaired 427 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-3960 A Quarter cf a Century Same Location NORTHWEST AUTO SUPPLY 9932 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 4-0602 We Deliver-Shurhit Ignition Delco Batteries-Ramco Rings Weatherhead Quality Brandt t Northw.it Auto Supply Give You Better Service TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes BONACKER & LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" 5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE P.O. Box 2210, Miami, Fla. to All Greeting CHRIS BODY SHOP .... Manufacturers .... CUSTOM TRUCK BODIES aluminum Steel Fiber Glass Insulating Refrigerating CHRIS AUWARTER DON C. AUWARTER Ph. 635-4541 4333 N.W. 27th AVE. MIAMI 42. FLORIDA GREETINGS It's Clean — It Wears Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT 1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 P.O. Box 44-008 — Miami, Fla To All My Friends and Accounts BROTHFRHOOD WEEK GREETINGS E. H. BROEKEMA Over 20 Yearn In, inn. Tax Expvrivnvv 12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 4-1439 TO ALL GREETINGS ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER WONT YOU Hav-a-Tampa Cigar? "THEY'RE BETTER' 73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185 TO ALL GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS BARR AND BARR. INC. PLUMBERS fsfoblished 1926 61 E. 2nd Stret PHONE TU 8 2818 Hialeah BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 3230 N.W. 42nd STREET Since 1918 To All A Most Happy Brotherhood Week MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Formerly MUMMNflff SlfPPlT CO. 127 NE 27th Street Phone FR 1-5484



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Page 8-C ^Jewistifkjrkttari Friday, February 19, igg^ TITtKO.OFMCI WORICEtl Miami FR 3-7618 Ft. Lauderdale 525-5148 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL HALO SPORTSWEAR MANUFACTURER LADIES' SPORTSWEAR 375 N.W. 23rd STREET Ph. 379-4612 G*ff i/NCS TO All Aaron Kapit DESK EXCHANGE Phone NE 4-4024 New ••* U$t4 Office furnitvf 2741 N.W. 35th STIEET To All Greetings CAPS WHOLESALE PAINTERS SUPPLIES 9700 N.W 7th Avenue Ph. 759-4639 only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily flights and a special 17 hour excursion (are to FREEP0RT22 special 17 hour excursion fsre any flight alter noon daily Iron unarm (regular lire $2* 50 r/t-no limo lin I) 50 t daily miami to ireeport 4:oo am 8:00 am il:oo am 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:oo pm 10:00 pm daily Ireeport to miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm e:ao pm li. "'-silo j AN A .-.-:. • MIAMI 177.1301 FT LAI W. PALM BEACH 83* V W K A T f M FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hearthe World's Finest Music o W K AT F M 93.1 on your FM did' MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conr^rtsl WKAT-FM >;• T)



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1 Friday. February 191965 +Jewlsii n*rkHr*r Page 9-C GoodWill Program in Three Phases A Brotherhood program lor vouth in three phases includes: rearing children oi good will. Since no child is born with pivjudice, a cornerstone oi the NCCJ year-round educational pro gram is that oi rearing children „i good will, ii i* rooted In the universal desire ol all parents to B i ve |o their children a better world than that in which ley live. U seeks, through education among parents, to quarantine the transference ol aduil prejudice to our preschool children. By establishing love and emotional security as the cornerstone oi life, it seeks to provide a health) springboard for natural growth an d social development throughout the lives ol our children During 1964 a total ol more than 70 Rearing Children of G< od Will Institutes were held. These ranged in length trom week ionnational and regional workshops to one day local seminars ami follow-up programs in which th participants joined together to stud) in depth their commit menl and responsibility t<> these objectives The chiel aim in these institutes ami all programming undertaken by the NCCJ Is to in spire among the participants a will to continue and to broaden the -tope of this work in their local communities, sometimes in null., ration with the NCCJ, but hopefully on a basis ol independent growth. Teacher training in human relation.Hist as the rearing children i'! good ili program i> targeted for parental involvement. the i ther single most influential force to help instill in our children the principles of good human relations is that of education both secular and relig ous Tin XCCJ, for a period of more than (went) years, has cooperated with leading colleges and universitii in-, the country in the development ol summer workshops for secondary school teachers and interested community leadership to help achieve the maximum impact in this vital area of education. The participantspend from two to six weeks together learning new understanding and skills to help them combat the forces of religious, racial and ethnic conflict. Paralleling its progress in secular education the NCCJ has long maintained close bonds with theological leadership. In cooperation with the Divinity School ol the University of Chicago ami Loyola University, it is inaugurating a new seminary project to help stimulate increasing dial< gue across denominational and I theological lines. Such seminars will seek to help reexamine and reevaluate the very inundations of theological education in line with the growing ecumenical spirit, thereby strengthening the role of all religions in the mod em world. Program for youth itself: Today's young people are tomorrow '. leaders. Their future and that of their country may well depend on their understanding and acceptance of the responsibilities of liberty and freedom. To help these young people meet the problems of rapid change in a complex world the NCCJ is putting increasing emphasis on its man) regional and local conferences for high school youth. Must of these are a week in length and the participantare chosen from a wide variety of geographic and socio-economic backgrounds as is possible. 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Page. IOC +Jenist FkiridFiatr Friday. February 19, 1985 Asked to Renew Our Commitments By LEWIS WEBSTER JONES President, National Conference of Christians and Jews Thi' national observance ol Hrotherhood Week. sponsored ;.nnually by the National Conference of Christians and .lews, i> i'Me very brief week in an entire ear in which all Americans are called on to renew their religions commitments a n d rededicate their lives to our democratic heritage of freedom and equality for all. This limitation must pot. however, conceal the tact that both brotherhood and democracy are continuing practices Thej only have validitj when earned on throughout every week in every year. It is for this reason that tlutheme for Brotherhood Week 11);;.) is: 'Brotherhood — Democracy at Work" It snaeests a twin idea: and democracy in action means brotherhood. Population Change Is Challenge During the Second World W.i. and since, we have witnessed a great migration of whole segments of the country's population — those demanded by cor p. rate change, as well as among individuals seeking new opportunities and ncu freedoms. This lias created increasing problems for law enforcement at a time v hei the American public's re gard lor our fundamental moral and ethical principles of law and order seems to be waning dan gerously se matters have long been a major concern in the year round educational program ol the National Conference ol Christians and Jews it has as surni d an a< tne leadership role m combatting these debilitating forces, through the development 1.1 national, regional and local institutes I":Police-Community relations carried on over a period "f mori' than ten years These institutes now exceeding 40 in number held during each year have enlisted the concern ed participation ol leadership ot most of the major law enforce ment agencies in the country, together with responsible community leadership. Particular attention is now directed to tensions between police and minority _piup problems. Nationally and internationally. Americans are faced in greater or lesser degree with the problem ol diversity—people of diflercnt racial, religious and ciiT-' turn! backgrounds who must learn to live together in peace and justice, Continuing action and work toward the accompli 'mient of these goals is the only fulfillment ol both universal brotherhood and democracy. There are many constructive forces at work. In the realm oi religion, we are witnessing great and continuing strides toward reassessment ol attitudes among all religions and their relationship to ore another. The whole ecumenical spirit and the work of the Vatican Council are indeed prime examples of a reawakening and acknowledgement of plurality in our society. Still another vital spirit — A Program for America — calls for equal opportunity tor all our citizens and the elimination of poverty. The machinery to resolve these difficult political and social problems have been proVid ; ed by law and democratic ac tion. Now it becomes the jdb and duty of every American to help make this program a reality. This is the challenge of Broth erheod Week 1365. It is a clear "call to Americans to join wifTi one another and to work together in a renewed sense of confidence and faith in our religious and national heritage. Such rededieation and personal commitment to these objectives will gain us a new and most meaningful free dom — a freedom from false prejudice unfounded tear and destructive hatred %  GREETINGS tUCTTVS BAR (Formerly Doc's Sundries) BEER • WINE SANDWICHES STAPLES 1131 S.W. 27th AVE. HI 6-9493 These institutes have played a i! role m developing among law enforcement personnel an awarere s among the general public to recognize their dependence and cooperative respi risibility in upholding the principles* of law aim order. GREETINGS ('ARBOUR HOUSE BARKER SHOP No Waiting Manicurist on Duty 10295 COLLINS AVE. Ph. 865-8475 T*CIRCU.S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $C95 Dehv*reo Anywher* U S.A Halt MAIL ORDERS PROMPUY FILLED lONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEtD ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE .1 l.-.O EM RITE HEEE RAM lO 10 P M. DAILY V. GREETINGS LOrtHE Hair Fashions LADIES BEAUTY SALON 1550 W. 84th STREET Hialeah Ph. 821-6337 GREETINGS CHWINO STORK USED STOVES & REFRIGERATORS 544 N MIAMI AVE. FR 4-7704 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET 1 _/D. a



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Friday, February 19. 1965 *Jt*ist>fh-rirlfon ^Page 11-C _***>*•"'••* — '* NO OTHER HEBREW-ENOLISH CALENDAR LIKE THIS ONE! FREE TO OUR READERS! ** ne middle of March has been set as the comIpletion date for the new SI25.000 Temple Bath El Synagogue in Cape Coral. Fla. The Temple (will serve congregations in both nearby Fort Myers., and Cape Coral. The contemporarystvled structure will embrace many uniaue features, emphcsizina beauty, simplicity, and convenience, and is being built by H. D. Rutledge and Son Inc., of Fort Mvers. The comp'ex was designed by McBryde and Frizzell. nho of Fort Myers. Galbut Seeks Heart Volunteers Miami Beach Citj Councilman laboratories <>i the Unlversitj of Hyman I' Galbut, who has been Miami and theHoward Hughes named chairman of the 1965 Heart Medical inhume-. Galbut de-i ndaj door-to-door canvass in clared. Miami Beach lor t.he second consecutive year, announces that volunteers arc needed for the door-todoor canvassing during the Heart Sciinla> weekend starting Thursday, Feb. '.8. and ending on Heart Linday, Feb 21 •Heart Fund volunteers need mi experience, although many who have alreadj signed up have served in previous Heart Kurui earn i aigns.' Galbut pointed mil. "Each year, the Heart Associa lion i'i Greater Miami awards several scholarships t<> outstanding _ii school stidents from Hade and Monroe Counties, which enable them to work ten weekduring the summer in the research Austrians to Extend Statute VIENNA iJTA> — Informed for prosecution tor murder or tor ources said lure this week that Instigation to murder. The Social |the Austrian Government will 'si Party has announced officially probably act soon to extend the it would intercede for extension %  Elective date of the statute of ol 'he dale of the statute of limitimitations for the prosecution of stions. It was considered possible Nazi war criminals. 'Iho sources that a Cabinet meeting next week Ma) 8. "both men would on trial because West law provides 'that every said that the extension will bo iased on a revival of an Austrian law which stipulated there was oo limitation tor crimes carrying The death penalty. Although the death penalty has since boon abol.shed. plans call tor revival ol the aw and both coalition parties have announced they considered such a procedure possible. Chancellor Klau.s ha> offered his 'personal opinion" that it would .ot be an innovation for Austrian legislation to have no limitation TO ALL GREETINGS I'll* < OI\ lAIMMtV 20 WASHERS-10 DRYERS No Waiting 1740 S.W. 1st St. Miami, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS J. C. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE CALL 633-3955 Automotive Electric Shop 1773 N.W. 20th STREET Miami, Fla. would give unanimous consent to these proposals, setting the stage tor submission of appropriate leg* islatlon in Parliament before Easter. A spokesman for the West German Government meanwhile asserted in New York this weak that application of the statute of limitations on prosecution of Naii war crimirals next May would not automatically end all prosecutions of such criminals in West Germany after that date. Joseph J. Thomas, director of the West German Information Center in New York, made the statement in a letter to the New York Times. Ho made his statement in reply lo a charge that if Martin Bor mann. Hitler's deputy, or Heini it h Mueller. Gestapo chief of Adolf Eichmann, reappeared in Wot Germany after May 8. they could not be prosecuted The West German spokesman asserted that even if the statute J! limitations were to become effective be put German • Mtutory limitation can be interrupted by a single action on the part of a judge and the statutory period then begins anew GREETINGS PHOTO COLOR & ART STUDIO Photo Coloring & Art Studio 2606 S.W. 8th STREET Ph. 444-5224 All Hebrew dales — days of the week — equivalent English dales — 19iS lo 1967—Jewish holidays lo 1973. This Calendar absolutely free to our readers. Menlion name of publication when writing. Send post-card or letter to: — H. J. Heinz Co., Dept. J2, Box 57. Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230. — TO ALL GREETINGS MAMGARET K. PITTS FLORAL DESIGNS" 8101 S.W. 63rd COURT Ph. 661-3739 Feel walled in? Get away from it all by phone. Swap recipes, trade laughs, reminisce, plan a surprise party, tell secrets, ask that new couple over, and thank Aunt Mary for keeping the baby (What %  e ttle ma •• i good?) GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN CEMENT BLOCK IMMSIIUIS "Specify C. B. I. Phone MO 1-7696 Imr.ediate Delivery J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 • FR 7-1671 :TW1K 4 ITY I.I ASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRffORS -JT0RE FRONT* feN,rUf TOPI ANTUKJE MMROIS A RE SILVERING 4 ustttm fiVfuff Framimg 1220 lath ilr.tt, AVI. Closed Saturdays Tel. 4E 8-6141 Southern Bell ...Serving You



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* Page 12-C fJewlsti ncridkin Friday. February 19, 1965 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Doctor Chose Medicine — a nd Art Love mc. love my painting a m i g h t be one H aj oi putting it. ':'<> love Dr Ben Kresberg, an intense, ii i m ble %  tongued, affable gentleman, requires only to know him. He is a retired physician .md an art connoisseur and collector. Hanging on his living room walls at 1640 Daytonia Rd.. Miami Beach, arc paintings representing such varied schools of art as the impressionistic ami the abstract If you're fortunate enough to be invited in to see them, a word of caution. You d better love those paintings. If you really can't, don't cringe before a blob of black on black and whimper. "What is it?" If you don't know v. hat it is. just pretend you do. or be quiet. For nothing dis. mays the pood doctor more than ignorance vocalized. Acquiring Taste For those of us who spill over before we gi\c ourselves a chance to feel, the doctor has written a prescription: "The overwhelming number of people confuse their personal I reference with taste. They say, 'I like this, or I don't like that." This has nothing to do with taste. It is only meaningful if their judgment is based on a knowledge of aesthetics, otherwise. Uiej are expressing their own personal preferences. Taste must I v acquired. It is only the result 95 2 Per Day )lui Mileage BEN'S RENTALS > 1451 W. FLAGIER FR 3-0326 { GREETINGS ROS-AN CONTRACTORS SEWING CONTRACTORS UNIFORMS DRESSES, ETC. 2239-41 N.W. 2nd AVE. Ph. 371-3790 J & K Construction SPECIALISTS FOR 25 YEARS IN. Tile Roofing a specialty — New Roofing — General Repairs — Building Altcrrlions — Specialling in Painting — All work can bt financed — Coif for Free fslimafes 444-6174 OR. KRESBERG AND HIS ART Somewhat sorrowfully. Mrs Kresberg remarked that her husband had given away most of his work. In fact, many of his paintings now hang on the wall of their son's office, lie is also a doctor. But the Kresbergs have kept a self-portrait done by the doctor. Lest it be forgotten — he was young, he was proud and handsome: he was mustached. During his pre-med year, the doctor was offered a four year scholarship io the National Academy of Design. To his mama, he said. "Well, what shall I be— a doctor or an artist?" And his mama, who had never heard of stereotypes, said. "He what you want to be. The choice is yours." Hen Kresberg chose medicine, but he said, "I always kept up my interest in art. I read and studied and kept painting." Today, the doctor subscribes to all the major art publications, and by observing and painting himself has become a connoisseur of art. "Most people." be said, like art that is pretty. Tinis no! the purpose of art. Ail reflects the times. The artist is a critic '* %  ^and an oWSPrvcr of the lite around him Modern art is abstract. Art evolves Today. Pop art is a recognized form. 1 think it is here to stay, as is abstract impressionism, which must reveal relationships and color combinations that enhance one another." "Excuse me. Doc. But all prescriptions aside—what is it'.'" Buying Good Art Dr. Kresberg explained: "Op art. that is. optical art. is a scries ol forms or circles with a degree of such intense coloring, so profound, that it hits the retina which can not absorb it. and the impulse to the brain is so rapid it makes one dizzy." "Oh." "Now take the old masters. They're still great, not to be dis carded. But youngsters love modern art. It's older people who have closed their minds to abstract art." "Now ask me how to buy good art," the doctor said. Since Dr. and Mis Kresberg are noted art collectors who recent ly contributed etchings and signed lithographs of Braque, Chagall and Dufy to the Hebrew University, it sounded like a good question "I think that people don't know enough about art.' said Dr. Krea $* berg. "Before buying, they should get the advice of a connoisseur or they should buy only from a reputable gallery. The average person should buy lithographs and etchings by established names Great artists love then M-aphies. Chagall, lor—am ple, idoing many lithographs nou He wants his work to reach all the people." When he is not studying or painting. Dr. Kresberg enjoys ,i good rubber of bridge, and dux ing the month of February he >erves as fund-raising consultant for the Greater Miami Heart Fund. But to get back to that blob ol black on black — "It's not the past, not what is now. Gel n It> what could be." As you leave the doctor's house, he hands out copies ol Ins prescription, the title of which is: "Taste is Earned and Learn•!£: ed." Men's Club" Sabbath Set on Friday evening at Temple Sinai ol North Dade. designated a• Men's Club Sabbath." Saul Sail ad. .Indue Stanley Pred. Al Shei man. Gerard Moss and Bernard Wcissman, chairman ol the committee, conducted the services Habbi Daniel M. Lowy moderated a panel discussion. "Ethics in Business — The Biblical Law vs. Modem Codes." Panel members were Irving Denmark. Leon aid Kimball. Dr. Stanford Cookand Maurice Swift. • >—% m iftffs c* Have Pity for\burselves I.-iilor Bush, who was eventually to settle in St. Louis, emigrated from Austria in 184!). after the failure of the 1848 revolution. In New York, he brielly published the first German-Jewish weekly of its kind in the United States, the Israel's Ih rold. In St. Louis, Hush was variously a storekeeper, bank president, freight agent and publisher of The Bushberg Manual, a well-known handbook on viniculture. But his outstanding contribuas an American were in public life, tii which he devoted himself almost from the day he ftrsl set fool on American soil. In 1861, BU8h was ;, delegate of the Union Party to the state convention which was to decide whether Missouri would secede. He helped keep Missouri in the Union. Moreover, though barred from active service in the Civil War because of an unfortunate childhood accident. Bush served as civilian secretary to General John Fremont. As a member of the committee on emancipation at the Missouri convention in 1863, P.ush argued vainly for immediate freedom for the slaves. In 1865, however, Bush was vindicated, the majority of delegates voting for the immediate abolition of slavery. Missouri was thus the first of the former slave states to free its slaves. I udor Bush's ideals may perhaps best be expressed by his eloquent address to the Missouri state convention: "I pray you, have pity for yourselves.... Slavery demoralizes, slavery fanaticism blinds you. It has destroyed God's noblest work—a free and happy people." P. 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Friday, February 19, 1965 Um\i tkridlicir Page 13-C LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Federation Director Urges Check On Individuals Soliciting in Miami Fiiedmnn, Swerdlin. B'nai B'ri'.h nq in 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal Dial.: Thon activities are (left to rights Eii Hurwitz. h Levine, Marvin Rauzin. Tudao Milton I Thant Offers Aids To Israel Arab Split Robert J. Lewison. and Sanford All are members of Shoiem Lodge, beyond ncxl June. Mr. Thant suggested that, if no full budget for UNRWA i^ voted, the agency bo authorized to continue its work until Ihe end <>t 1965, operating along the lines <>i the 1964 budnel EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: This is the .lime o# the year when people trom many places descend upon Miami for the purpose of making hay among the unwary while the sun shines 1 write this letter because I j have just learned that the name o! the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been used as a referral by individual entraprei neurs attempting to get sponsorsupport for public functions to take place within the next three or [our months. On behalf of Federation, T want to disclaim responsibiiitj (or any such referrals. The general approach is that | these individuals contrive a relationship with the person being approached, show literature purportin. in indicate similar public [unctions held elsewhere, and try to sell either tickets or advertising for the same kind of [unction here. No one in Federation has investigated the validit) of the con tent ionmade by these individuals In fact, we would be most anxious to have them call upon us -n that we may verity their statements 1 am writing in behalf of Fed eration because l believe that there are sufficient demands mad* upon the contributor dollars of Greater Miamians to make it desirable for every dollar to go to a valid cause. We. of Federation, are ready and happy to be of sen • ice to members of the Jewish community who want information about the causes which they are asked to support. ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME KOOI l\. CO. 685-1952 ** I SITED NATIONS (JTA) Two issues affecting the Israel Arab situation were being studied lure by all major delegations this nrek as a result of Secretary General I Thant's review of the financial crisis thilatening the solvency Ol the United Nations one concerns a proposal by Mr Thanl for a "comprehensive review ol the whole question of fcjieacekeeping operations in all its aspects Such a review, he indirated to the Assembly, would go beyond the differences between Ihe United Staleand the Soviet I nion 'in the payment of assessments for maintaining the peacekeeping groups. To be subjected te "comprehensive rev'*w" i Mv United NationEmergenc) Force, which guards Israel from Egyptian attack in the Gaza Strip and at Sharm el Sheikh, overlooking the Gulf ol Akaha The other issue WHS a suggestion In Mr. Thant that, it the Assembly cannot now resolve the financial dispute between the U.S.A. and the USSR, it must at least make provisions tor funds needed 1>> certain UN bodies, including the United Nations Relief and WorkAgency for Palestine Retuggees. UNRWA's mandate is due to expire next June :io. and this year's Assembly has been scheduled to debate extension or alteration of the UNRWA mandate, as well as .. |,,,,|,. r.,i;,i,i i„ Arah refugees Qood uUuste is OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs and furnishings direct from manufacturer J Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything for the Office of Distinction ; Interior design arid I spice planning. Open Saturday Morning powerfully influential on s Ma js jpr ^PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. Inc. ttOI Southwest 31st Avenue Miami. Florida Telephone Highland 4-8221 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusiC STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM IOS.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS



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Page 14-C *, lewi*i> fhwtdHar Friday, February 19, 1965 Results of the Labor ZioniM and Pioneer Women's Dinner of State held WednesoVv evening, Feb. 17, at the Fontainebleau Hotel in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are discussed by leaders of *Se organization at a meeting here. Left 'o riaht are Moe Levin, oresldent, Chaim Weizmann Branch Farband; Dr. Isaac Unterman, dinner honorary chairman: Joseph Zuckerman. dinner vice chairmen and president of Lebediker Branch; Dr. Simon Wilensky, dinner chairmen and president of Poale Zion; and Mayshie Friedbera, dinner vice chairman. Guest SDeaker was Dr. Joseph S~hwartz, pre.ident of the Israel Bond Organization. Arabs Should Understand Bonn View BONN — (JTA — State Secretary Gunter von Mast-, head <>f the Government [nformation Office said here this u.'.K that the Arabs "should always have a special un demanding ot our relations to ward Israel. "On the other hand," he added. 'Israel understands our relations with the Aral. pates Mr. von Hase made that statement after disclosing that Chancellor Erhard ordered Bonn's MIVOV to Cairo, Dr. George Federer, to remain here to advise the Government on what actions to take in case Walter Ulbrecht. chief of state of Communist fcast Germany, carries out the plan to pay a state visit to Cario. Dr. Federer was recalled from Cairo to report on conversations he had held on that subject witt Egypt's President Nasser. The Chancellor discussed the issue with the Cabinet at a meeting that last ed three hours. WEDR'S Hootenanny WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 8:30 F.M Recorded Live at the Hcotenanny Coffee House 5743 S W 8th Street SOI Til >HOHI!VV% TOR MM!! ARTISTS RADIO STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial JACOB SCHACTER'S Yiddish Program 11 to 12 Noon — Monday Friday Sunday 3:15 4 P.M. LIVE IIUMI THE III.AI KNTOM; IIOI I I Lorber Chapter Bruncheon Here For Hospital Lorber Chapter, Children's \.>:. .earch Institute a n d ;. -|> Uil held a. brush.and auction .0 Tuesday, ll a.m at the Algiers ilotel. i eeds will hem-tit the asthma allergy research program at the Denver, Colo., Center and help sup p< 11 trie free, non-sectarian ii *pi1 currently the honu for five Miami children stricken with chronic intractable asthma. Committee members for the ve '. thp chapter's main fundraising affair, were Mesdames Vlass, hostess chairman; Mien Abelson, vice president; Hal ,:. tickets: Gerald Klugerman, president; Gary Brehm, '0 airman; Hen Stone chair .Tan LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLIC' T '0\ \ THE CIRCUIT COURT Or Tl | ELEVENTH JUnif Ai r-pri -T Q F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C • x M I s M I lil! \ V STK\ N %  I'liiintirr, • mi I:\I: i.nrisi-: STKVKNs l>, fi niiiiiii SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< i IIKI.I INK l.l U'lSi; STKVI N I." I .in. .In Avel '. I • %  i: T 11 .i-.l. i 1 %  ir, lu-ieli; II i %  ; Inn ., Mill ..in: f.| |l|\n|1l Ii:.bel II II .1 It in) .. i :m. I > .•!! til • IV>iiiir. .1 to >. i .,ti ...|.\ of \ ..in \ i -.. .1 %  •r I'll ..I.lit; In 111, lllll ..i i-..ni|.lt.lnl ill I In i.l.iinl ill A t r %  %  I to. I v I. K \v 1i \i:\. i>'.u II:I: i;u i. i.ln Ii .nil. Mi mi i:. ... h Kin l.'n, .in,l rile iln..lie n..I VIIHWI i • %  I'leHtl,ti i hi mile? ,.i i %  ii-i I..i i It, %  Irt-till i'.. -i on • i liefm ii Ii. 1 .".ih .. ..i Mulch, i'". if \...i i.in l,| it., HO. jit.imii.-nt b) ili-fa Ii .. i I lie .i ki a ..-.. in-: you ... ill. relief ile... I ,i. i.1.. BUI * Iloi 1.1.i %  -..... By; i.. S.N i:i-:iii-:.\ l'.-|.in. i ll I' Ml K\\ ITNKY, I:-M isn i in, -..in rtoad \i la in i Bi-u, Ii. V :i \i i. 11 ;. i I'lt, II. i : '"-i-.'.'j... ". '. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN A\D FOR DADE COUNT-.. FLOR'DA IN PROBATE No. i G-U-G IX I! ll ol i Mli >ii : / I MM SHOI.TKH NOTICE TO CREDITORS '•• A %  ..n I I %  i.li11 n. %  s.ii .;, ... | I tin.i .1. llllV. ..-.ii %  .... I-:MII MH •/ i:.\lll SHOI.TKK leii h'lorlilt hii i • .; i : i a in %  i-i Sialiiii-H. In l-t-s ill 111,Ct'tllll) I *i II Hath %  i I' hii \ .i.ii' mom lax fi ..in 11 .. n| ii:.. ii hi-ii-o • ih, imp Iiii.-rtil l 'aii .1 : Ml ii.it, l I-I I I :.'n,l .1 III lll-V, v -. : % % %  M U.i'n M II I itlKI'M W \n... i""ii. I Si -I ,T >/ \Atlmlnlntrntn I-' ':•-: itii.l...%  i n-ili, ,.ii lie I Jill ila} of 1-. '.I M VI • i il.M II I'ltlKI'.M \ \ Attorn. I tdirrln imior Hi rHI i:..i\ I i .i.i \\: -".-.-... :i :. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU'T COLRT OF THE ELTVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 13 8 I-I: ii i; -\ii./,/.. i i %  ii Iff. in ISKM viiii-: s \i. '> %  /:/." II iniii SUIT FOR DIVORCE i". i:->I\I -, i: 11-: s \ i.. • %  /:/., %  \ %  I hufi> M.ii.l.. in >\f..i .1 .\\. %  I'laliifli III, Ni .. .1. -. 'i I hi Ll... in.lifi.-.l llit,i II ItiM %  i 'inp'tilnl foi l -i..... Inn. I., .n I M ymi, ninl > .MI ... i, -' I • %  .. I-i 1>. ..I > \ll-U .1 i" ... n: to iln BUI ,,f Complaint .-I tilli.'tiiiit-fl \ HI | iV | I -. !T.\ KV. KSI.II n;i: r-.i i i,„,,i„ I! ml, MIIIIIII lieu, h, I 1 ri>> ninl i II. %  Kln.il A -i%  .. .i ..i Bh-adliiK In Iln| % %  tin I'li-l ..f in. i'| | '' -int <-II or bi i..i. the hiili ,i.n ,,f V!i i. Ii. IHS'i. Ii .--ii i., i in rlii -.., urn' Ii) ili-fault will '••lakei I" HI -ii foi I he i. Hi f lieu .m i. .1 n ih. Hill ..f i 'omplalni Thl ii lit.n he puhlinheil once • ... ii ... :, ful fn r i OIIHI i-iilive .-. • i.> ti riii: .M:\VIKH I'l.i.iiini V\ HONK v\l> llKOKItKli ,,i Miami, II thin :.ih ,it.. .,i l-'ebruun \.l'. IRS K Ii I,I:ATIII:I:MA\. Clerk, '•II. iii Com i. |..,i.. Count). I-1. • i i.i;. (eal) By; I. KNKKHKN I', puty Clerk I'M l, KWITNEV, Knqulre I 0 I.ln. .In I:..tnl 1 ituni Bem-h, Florida ii..in.-, for I'ltiimiff It-IS-M, .: I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'C AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 0-:-C-1217 %  i mi IK ,i r.vi. i n w '' %  I Ci mi' i • %  ,OTICE OF SUIT OR ORDER OF PUBL.CATIO'. W ..I Ill i;, I'IOKII) Sin -.. .. \. i .,. \. .. V'ni l UK 11 IIKI.I -' IT I I i • .. \l. a. II ilnlollou .11. 1), In l.l I ,nl ami is, ll I : ... II In, T .Tl .1 w \TKII .. I >i V IM11.\ ....in. 11 .i. i-l-nlihil in I'In | I : „,| .... .. ..nil I i i.l.i %  %  ... A ... I I %  ... Il'| efoiv ll | %  .. i i... vxi> iiiti>Kiii-:ii |l I'l.Ulll). Kloi'lll Hi,. : I .1 II I.i'. I.KATIIKIC.MA.N i-,ah I!): I. HNKKHKN i 12-IH%  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDlC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-14S4 I.Ci'YNA tt'l SIIV.SSKI, I 'I. nut ii i, VSIMII: \\ \>/.\ NSKI. i '.i. iiilu III NOTICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOR D.VORCE Vil'. i \.-I>I.I: \n>/.i.\M.i. ,,i. !i.-i eb.. n .in!•-.i ihm ;i i; II .i %  ,'l.ini III! t ill, ell I III ll ..-., II-I )ou, all.I ."ll tiltret|Ulleil I -. .. .1 ...).. ..' • %  v %  I ..I I 'I. ..I III:. %  Iln Bill i '' |. lllll) oil : he i ...i uli i Attorn. .ii iHN M \/.r i; i K. i .--i i. I in ii I•... ..i i .iiilu not, L'I .\ i:. im AH Mit.nu iliiiiii, Kloriila. I >.\. ninl :Ih iln uriieii u AIIHWI •• IieuilllIK in Hi. ..in.-, o I ||| I| I .. ..I III.' I |t|-tll| .Mil "ll .' neon •ti.l.".th .it... ..i March, It ,. I I.i .1 III ill. > %  JII.I-4III. Ill %  ill i.i i. li ..iii IM tuki t. ..i-t. .HM ) "ii foi lie ..Ii • %  • ... all1, .1 111 I In lllll • 'oinptli 'in I I.IIIOIICI -it i IH ;...I..I-II...I t.it.-.IVi-eh i %  loin II i .. .... i.in I'M'" l|-'\ ISII I I.. IKII 'I \ \ IHIXK AMi • ilil ii-:i:r:i %  .1 Mian Ploridu, iliimi h .1 i I I-I ...ii i \ %  i-: ii I.I:.\ I'IIKUM w %  i. ii, i'ii-.-iiii i '..in I. I •., I. .' ... I %  i i -. .,i. Bj r I'III'KI.A %  i .IIHH.N ., \/A Ul ,N U tnl li.-. loi I'laI i • i.i. iI i: i S %  11. .1.-1 I H| \ %  ... NOT'CF UNDF R FICTITIOUS NAIVE LAW VHTH'I-. is III.I:;:I;\ :i. i \ %  • %  In l-ll la,I III,I i Ill 111 .•. I.KVI.NK II \ •! %  11 lilt' I .1 .' %  r. -I-;, i -.. i n..'i. tviill hi I'll t lie I' li I ... i.i U.I.KX <;. 'i,i n!i-:n \.\II:I I.I:V INK %  • This Emfclom Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors,^ FIrmjofprestl|lithetasfiie$i ad elfic life of your coamuiitf. FIRM* INTIRISTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 r



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Friday. February 19. 1965 Jkni.it. Fhricfian Page 16-C LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FlCTIT OUS NAME LAW v,,Tin-: is HKUKIIY I:I\ EN i H ... ,,, %  ; HiII • nl '., H IXC.KR: ISAM Ml '. '. -...i, si Miami mi. %  "• II" • I .,i,l, C ,.,'LI K STI'MHS. IXC i! II ""I I KW •" '"• "'' .. .. K i 11 .v '•' I., n %  •'• i* NOTlCF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .,,.,-,,,• is II! REHY (IIVBN Hi. I, r-li.ii.-il. %  '•'"'.• %  •"-•'-' : .„ ;, |||. Mill %  • 'n. 'Ml ,,, ,,,;\i ft SHOP TOW I:I. S Vl'. SERVICE HI %  • S W Si I'll m i Kl i lends I" %  Id i.i <>' •'• I ..** I'l.tmii .,,•; of I'..j. circull ..'... hill I SI M:, .NCIVITZ. si i \ Kli ,,_-, llulldlng |,lii vi STRI '.'• rXIPOIIM IlKNTAI. KKICVK'K. IVSi'I I Kit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N .,|i. •!•• IS IIKKKHV UIVKX ili.it %  Icrslsllcd. •'• -'I' 111 %  '" ,. the fl.iin..'.num. |jni, | IESHINS "I numbei Hi v i, Hans Iliill.llim, 'ii th. M „ni|, i I'l'il.i iii' n.L -..i.i I,.,in. i'li I In i 'I. rh || i .. in nl I>uli t'.i ntj Mia in Kim Mn. lii— 'Hi r. In IUI %  ','• % %  • i .\i 1:1:1.1. •Ml. ,v I. W'I'V VppllcllM ... M || I'll"!;! IN THE CIRCU. "I COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR D1DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12724 W|| I lAMSHI'Klill IS 11A N K ... \ u A I lll'.KST' >X E, • I' %  .. • I -ll 6VENDED NOTICE OF SUIT ,i„ |n %  i\. ,! her %  • • I Mli \\ ||l lOll, .III I S..II\. • IVeiltllcl -I'll. \ t \! .,-:ili HI'll .1-1 lull linlie. I 11.II -II II, i .mil -t'i.l l i'li I I.l.i I ami ri I'. f.lll I U ,L-. Il|l %  i.iil |I|II|H I I lll.H k It* 1TTLKII Rll HE I'll i.V I l\ K. % %  %  %  'Hi' I" ll" ponied in I "In I r.,.,.i> i-,.. 1'nirii licords LEGAL NOTICE ; 12-u %  is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-704 (King) \V. .1. DRIVER, .iAdministrator ill i %  • '.i rs, in i iffli thi I':,) ,1 Stilt. B ",, Alil.l".!. .111.1 IIINUC.-cssors II, II, i, i.ffli .111,1 Ills "I • hi %  n 'signs, I ., miff, i:i i: %  i-11 >ES r is INAS, i ux. I '. f, nil,i litNOTICE OF SUIT r<' ECRIPIUBS c.\s WAS ami KI.ISA CASANAK, Inwife, II living, in, ludlng iinj nnknov n KJHIIISe* "I -.1 I'l I '. I'llillllll II I ll. I ll.ll.I .111.11 II, il. ..nil If (lelld, i iii ii nnknou n In In., devlsi • •-lallt. '.-.-. ns-imi.>, creditors, In II..I ... trustees, .ill.l nil other persons claiming by, through, un%  l.i in against iii%  I ii fi ",i..nl' uhiwi n -i'i lire unknown: Vi il' AUK HEREBY Nl I PI PIED that u .-nil iui I,., II lirti ighi against you h) \V. .1. DRIVER, ii" Administrate %  if V.i. ..IIAffairs, .in Offlcel ol ill, I'lill.-.l Sl.il.of A I'M. nli, I hi* HtKVCKMH'H ill .-II, (l llfflCP, inn I III* lll.il,-,-iuli-. In l'..i • ,|,,.-.. ,. in.ii iii:. .iii'iiini., rlnii iii. rollowlnR ,i..-, iii,,i I *i- • I ••.; 1 J ,,,-wli : I.,.I I, i'l HlLM k ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ••Jknist) fhrttMeun solicits your legal noticM. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Wat FR :HM5 for messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 949 I I KISI.AK MilllT'lAUK i iltl'i lit \ lh IN • 'II'l.' illll \. I'lHllltlff. \ H IIIN II V V Kl.l.l.iTT II ll.I I:I.I h iTT. ii • ,i i>. r. n.iiiiit* NOTICE OF SUIT •| i. lohn i: i' i :n % %  i .mn Iii* *l If mn rli .1 .. • : %  in ,.i l :i. i-trii I'lliXH I'..-'., W '/.< "" Itlo ,i. .inn. IL, i; i' I'.i cil \ 1. : %  Il.l1lfi.ll llllll hi ll.l.M ,-,i|,tl,,n, -I • 11 II-; ii lit. I ..-..iiii-i i •ourl II In I:I. • i'i in ., drill In ,.l.i .11... I \,.|. '. Illl, ,.., ., II,.u.it...;„.ll 111.• i %  .. -. i In .1 i. ,.i in. p. rt> i...i :, IIIIH „ :• i'< I:AI. I'.xitK T \ i'l :s SKI "i'i' iN • >\ i: H In i in I'IHI iii, • • I'l-'' i:,„,l. ... I •-.-•.' • i' ii.ii. Hn.. ,|nl i 'n,i. .' ni.. |."l..i Ida. Vuu are i..i'iii,-.i i" i.i -. -iM|il. ;i.ilnu iii |ilalnilff' iii-i.i ii with I he Clerk "i th. af.ireaHl.l Oinrt. I,.,I. i'..lino. Kl.n ,l.i. i...-. :li. Imil ...i.. .. • ,,|i> thereof upon plalntlili W.llilli II In i.\. II A UatiKe Iffn attorney MARTIX KINK, iMde l--.-il.nil KuUding, Miami, Kloilda IS1SI, mil latel ilirtu March Int. I9*">. or .i Ii.-!-r... I'i'" ''..'i;,..— .i ill be • iii. •. ii Bvalnal you. l>A'i'i:i': Januar) -'". IPS*, i: n I.KA IHI:H\IAN Clerk of tliCircull 'o-irl ireal) I'y: '". I' Cul'KI-AN'J •< %  !• nt \ Ch i ',. IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF 1 HE I1TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. iN ID FOR OADF rillNTv ^LORIJA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 790 I'Tlli'l, SKI.KoVITS, .1 widow, IM llff, LliillN I Si >I! 1-;. 1-: 1 > I-; >.""(". of Hi. public record* of IMtde C y.,,, .,., herebj notified that n i ii • ly, Kloilda; ten lnnlrumen( puriMirtlng to In ill and i ii., i to file your an| a .i well and testament "f Bald den <.i with th. i 11. of the Circuit ,i, ,' baa leen admitted i" probat.., Inidi Cunty. Klorl.la, m il"in -nnl Curt. Vou are herebj i llimiM in Miami, Klorida, "ii or ..,. n.i..i within BIX calendar month' before March I.'.. IHB.1, and to m-rve front I hi dati "i the flral pulillentlo i cop. i.l -'nil anew* r UIHIII liaint,,[ iiii> uodci (o apiiear in aald • ii"s .ri.in,., MAVIIi I" I'ATS.UAN. 1M ,| |,o r-aufe, iiniiv you rail, wh.m. nilili.-i> |nl i:n-i I laalei' iii, action of Bald Court In admlttliK si' ,i. Miami, Klorida, on oi befori ... %  • ll in |>robate Bhould iiol -.ml date, a* required i>> the lii"i nnrcvoked. I •-.., ; you fall to do BO. th. .1.1 \v r m.ANTON lihilm nill lie Ink.-ll a* %  1 %  i — i b> t'ount) JU.1K< >OII ami ., i'.i., I'... ConfeHWi ili H-.l -,.,!. II; MKLItAC I'l'-' In .iii.i..i ii.,.in.-i >,.n for tin i. i'.i clerk il.inaiid.-d In the % %  plaint. ml I I iliinoi >• DATKH .,i Mi i. I>adi County, il., H ..< of Kebi nl.,. thi* Mil lllll if I-' %  iMiin i: ll I.I: \ I'HI'.KM A N, Clerk, %  ii.nii Coin i I lad. i '.• %  .ini \. IIn 'i ,\ irundwi i nil \ i ... Itulldlna Mi IIIII, Kli > Ida 31132 %  Hj ,i' I-. ii'i:i. .NI I,. % %  :Clerk UAVIH I" 'ATS'.M v N. ri"i KIIBI i'i.,_ er Si Mia Kl %  i. in l•''• -'•• •Ii. ,' In n M Mil \ KM MA II n .: CIIAVKK. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1354 N i I:I: \.n.I \ • i>. imn minds. i • II i. • i|ill .-I to fill n r..-i,..iiv. Inllff* i-nniplalnl nli I.ii. >.f the afon-Hald Court, and ..;... i-ops i .,',.! upon plalntHC* %  v MAKTlN KINK I '.nl, Kedera I liulldine. Mlaiul. Klorida U1SI. .-,1 :ii. .ii March %  •. IM5, or n i'. %  -•.• Ci,. loiif.Bs.. iii ii, entered i you I • \ 'f KI > I'. Lilian 1. IDS'i i: 11 I.KVIHKU.MAN. CI. rk. •' .'in i '•• n I, I tade %  • in t •.. iIOI Ida — .ill It} : C. P. .-OI'KLANI' I I.I.IIII Clark M UlTIN KINK i %  ..,! %  i i-di i.i Bulldlni Mi mi. Kloi Ida SSill ,. ,_.....,_., %  .. IN THE COUNTY JUDl.E CfURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6b484 A IN i: Katati "f INMI: ii I;I:KKNI!I..\ TT ANN \ i',i:i:i:.Nr.i.Air I', %  • i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i ; illmr* and All I'i rHono llnv. i'i.mi,or Demand* Haaln i Sal. • %  N un h.-i .i.\ notlfli ,i and i • %  %  ; in i.-.-a. nl .ni' <•'.' I'll* 'I' iv I I, \..II in.ii ha vi ., %  -till, "f ANMi: II URKKXr ANNA I;HI:I:.NI:I. \-r i • I '...I. i ,.iinl i l-'lnr%  ii i oiintj III.IL'. ol I %  I inty. and fll. ih< Raim In • t • %  i -1 '• and .,pi... lib .1 in Section T.;.: \t Stal in. -. in ib.iiuifk • B ii lh< i'..unt\ ',,,, %  h,, ->,. |n I ii,!,. .-..upIJ Klorida, nithln -i\ ... • ndur monthi %  he lime ,., tin f r-i puhlk'al nn of, "i ill. Banie iilll I,,Imrred. 1 %  '• ii ..i Miami. I' i, ill,27th January, A.M. IMS. MoKKis .i iii:i:i:.Ni:i.Ai r \Executor > VMCKL >•' KMIT1I, KS(J. n. S I" I !Xe. in.ii' %  •' %  l-l Ill ltd., Miami L.n.li. Il;l. %  : .-u-;:--:6 MARTIN KIN l" |iil. Kf.i.-ral BulldltlR Miami l i.,ri B %  11' St. :• ".-l:'-)'' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S '.OURT IN AND FOR DAOE COU.-JTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65816-C IN HE: Eatat* ,i S.MI. CROWN I '.-...-a*ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All I'ei Havln %  -L.(in.in Demand* Auuinal Said I N'nl. Vi'U are herebj notified n.i iequlied I.i i-r.-eiu an) elalniH mid o. iiiiiiiniilii.li you ma) have aKainei Ii. ,.-i..i. ..f MI i, Clt( '\v N in mi. of li.nl. County, Klorida, i" il" -.-iiii t > Judge* ol i'.oiCounl I,I. ii,.. same In duplicate and a* pro• i.l.-.l in Section 133 I". I'L" Ida Stal ... in tholr office* in Unr ount} • '..in limn-., in I'.id. County, Kloil.la. wlihiu alx calendar montha from (he lime of Un Ural publication hereor, I.I Hi., mine will be barred. I hi ted .u Miami, Klorlda ; ihla J.lh i,,v ,.i January. k.U IM* LILLIAN CKUWN AExecutrix |.'ii-i publlcatl i t i.l-notli • on Ihe -"'iii day of Januai j. IM* B\ RON L. Sl'ARBER i A urn n. v for Executrix 110 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Klorida iitl.l. ii .%  nidi ih. '' "" %  %  i %  .. 11 it, nl. .... ,... I.I. ni hi* iihe Conn ,.. M llllll. I'l" i I I" BTIi ., ..,.. IIB\\>-I ipon IKItliMK •; i ll'.KK.N K, I'l. i miff'* .. .t. 1 T-— i211 ;, Rulldlna, Miami '•'-' Klorida ii"l ., th.ni M.u'i h .'. • %  The ll.ll III f I iii%  -' III Ifol 'I" foi KIII %  "I i ,-crtalii mo iiaj} 'inI'lalntlff, encumlierinit the f.dlowlini .1.-,'ii'..l property, situati •' i IK Ina i" I Mda '..lllli; I '.1 ,,.,. lO-H il I.,,. 8 ii. IlkB-k I. RONNIE 8l*E sr I:I 'l\ ISH '.N. u.-cordinK i" ihe I'Uu thereof, n,' '"'i In Plat HooH .., .it I'uue ,'.; of ih. I'ublic lb ...".-,1..i' I .;..i County. Klorida. i,,u.iii. i uitii .,n ih, furniture, furnlahlnR* an.I all chattel* "f ever} kind and nature Biluated therein and any addltbin* thereto and reiihu-eiuenw (hereof. >'.ii.i inortRaee wu filed among the I'.i.ii,Ueoorda of ladi Count}', Klorida In ".i:. i :•"'!> 3u?a KI Cat, S! and .,ui .,.,'..-' :v.. iinriuau." was filed in O.K. Rook :'.l'l at Pag. 89 This suil "..in-iii n.i ni I" lr I'laimirr, HAN CHAVEZ. I .. -. i ...iii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ni ir.\x en VVKSS T. i-elll V\l llld i N.i.,'.. N. San sni. nilw I'.I Snlvad.u .•'..% Vi il" \RK HKRKIIY notified thai a Coinplainl i"i I'Ivor agalnal you, and yo IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 6E834 A I N UK Kstale ..I l\ I I.I.I \M ECKMAN 11, .-.a NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml ditor* and All Pel Bon* Hal or I %  • mand* Acnm-Eatale .,i In •. i.v notified and i • |. -. ni nn. claim* ml ii. ilx whl.'h y.ui ni.ii hai %  n a i' 1 the i*li WII.I.IVM ECKMAN ,.. ,i hit, of I lade Co nty, Kloi the Count} i da;. l>a.l County, nii'i file th. -.mi. m dupl %  ai. and a* provided in Section .'.'..1' i Ida Statutea, In their offb •i ih, i 'iiniiii '..in ili"'i-. in l lade Co been filed I ty, Hoiida, within -i\ culendar monthh, ..In refrom Ihe time "i the Oral publlcail'ulred '" nervi n cop} "l your anawer lion hereof, ••!the lam i,. ih. Complaint on the I'laliitlff'a atr i,.noi. I.EHTKR ROUKRH, whoae ddre** i:•:' % %  N'.w Hih Street, Wluml, Kl.'iiil.i. L'.S.A., and file il rbrlnal of Hi. A ii.iiii r iii the office of the Chirk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and %  • I lade County, Klorida, r.s.v. ,.ii or i fort ih llHh daj %  •' March, l8.">, in d. fault of which the Complaint ni itaken aoonfeaaad 1.1 loll. tiATKD ilii•"•'!' da> of Kebruarj'. 1H5, i:. B. i.i:\ riiiiii.MA.N. Clerk, Circull Court, I'.id County. Klorida (Belli) Li : C. 1'. ''I'l'KLAM' i>, out} Clerk %  l 'lS-l-26, :: :. ii ill li Inn IUated al Miami. Florida, Ihli da) of %  •• bruaii. A.D IMS. CLARICE HKCivKIt As EXI nlvlS siin.ii, iiai m Orundwerg An.,i mi for Batate -.ni Ain-i. } RuUding o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is MHREBY UIVKX that ih. nii.it -i-aiuncii. dcalrlng lo engage It] buainea* under the ii.-iltionname %  •" I-LV1I-: CARPET SKllVICK at ISM 8.W. 82nd Place, Miami. Florida Intends i" register aald name with iii Circuit Ceurl of Pan Tin, sun .. III-I.I II u ni i" • %  COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT | Clerk nf th. Circuit ,. U |, Court oiI III. 1 Ll. .lHdic.il """ ,N |a AND rOR OADE COUNTY. County. Ktarldi I ''•'" '"">' >'• % %  "%  '" N FLQRTOA IN PROBATE HKRBERT K tl< I'liaii.'.r.i II you !., ii to nil-., -T nI" 'I" I'ei|liii .-,1 JII..-HI. II! in d. I'aull u ill In uken a. n. % %  •' %  for Horelief doi ii.-: in ih. C plaint. IT IS IIKKKin ..i.l, • il thai thl* N ,,i ,., ., -'., ,i on. • II w.. i. ... ,-.. I.in Tin i, ii i-H idliin, ., i • .v-i..'i..-i puhllklK 'l in i lad, %  '.•mil}, i'i" Ida and i |, u .. i;. n, ill rir.'ulutioii in l lade •..null Kb "' %  WITNESS MY ll\Nli .,i'l. rl, ..I ..,i,i I'hv.iii Courl "i I 'ad. Count... -, ,| ..i said Court %  ODMAN >,,l.. i ni n. r 2 B-12-19-S No. 64672-B IN RE: Ealute of I., ,i is sun. MAX — %  — I'.'-n-'l _„ |N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE TO CREDITORS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF To Ml Creditor* and All IVraon* HayFUORID A IN AND FOR DADE IIU Claim* or Humand* Mjninsl Saw | COUNTY IN CHANCERY Ealal. No. 65C 1265 Vou are herein notified I reHKLBX MAHUAKET MEYERS, %  liiircri i" i"' -• "1 an} claim* and dennii'is "hi, h >"'i in-... have aaainsi I'lalntlff, i lh. eatal. "i i."l 'IS Sill I.MAN .1. i)lliv ,-|; MATIIKW MKYKI'.S ceased late of Hade CHI..... l-l.'.-nin. rvfandant. ,, the ''"'iiiii JudKea "I I'ml' ; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION „ w .,| ,.( ,|,| | '..ui'l "• •' "i, .. •< >, %  <•-> NO I 11.^t a T r >J o 1-1 !* i %  vi •.„' %  ', ,,%  '„-, aprovld -." .•.!."•.. ': %  %  '" %  ;,, s i,,.„,,. unknown, are required -"" IHRMXN Stuiutea. In (heir ofricea n the Conn1BWe| ,,, ,,,.. Complaint .1 Vkof thee cillCourl ; > Coii.thous. In Had. County. Ktorf ,,,,,,, „„,, ,„, clerk of -1" ''. in. K" l 1 nl ""• """''", .'.' "", al ..tin and lerve a copy there..; •• • '.il'Kl.lNI'11" of the first pllbllcatlo i .H ,'„l„„. KM,.. 1810-11 "" iJoii'ti Cl,i'k of. r the *um. will I..barred. .! r, n reaHulldinn. Miami. Kl la. o I '• '" '. IH.I..I ai Miami, rlnrldu. Illl* 3rd ..,....,. V I.,..-,MI, 181V. or else comIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6&272C IN l!Bi I'.-lal, ol -AMIKL ISItKl. I" i >•.-.•.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'i. ,!u, i > .,i„| All l'.,s..nllav%  IIK .'Uini* ,.r 1','iii.iuds AnaillM Said Estatet Vou are hereby notified and required to preaeiil an} claim* and doinnii.is nin. i, you ma} have a*aln Hi..sial. ,,| SAMI'KL ISREI, de%  %  aaed late ,.i I lade Counl). Klorida i" the Count} .in,n;,-. ,,i Hade County i %  '••" and file ihe name in duplicate and ...provided In Section 7SS.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Con i.i Courthouse in Hade County, KlorIdn, iiiiinn ,i N .ai.ii.iar months from ib 'niii oi il". flral publication hereof, "i ih.. same ill be barred. ''.ii ..i Miami, Klorida, thia -'-'nJ da uf January, A.U. I .lAi'^l I.I.INI; RAWITZ \ICxecutrix 1 'Ii -i publication "i i his in.i Ii i on dai of Januai >. I Rlt'HARlJ .v .Ni:i..vi i 1 "• i(in Exi .mi i\ Ii". Lin,,.In Road 1/39, :.-l:!-l!> IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE ,.iH JUUH.IAL CIKCU1T. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 791 lil.KN R, li'SKCH. Plaintiff, 1 s. I >. .it. n ii i I.. JOSEPH, I l.'l'elldant. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION VOU, IHIlll'THY I. .IKSr.I'll. r,-l,l.ii,, ..J.i. is* unknown, are re.iuin-d iu ...• ).•"' MIU... ." ..•• oawpuupi ,.„ %  Hisorce with tlie Clerk oi the ,,i,.,i. .'..Lin ami to serve a cop} i,. i ... i ii|„.n Herman Cohen, i- ..iiii'H.ini will be taken as eonleased. Hated, thla --ml. da} ol !•;. ||. LBATHBRMAN Clel K nl tin 111 all "i'li ,1, By; c. i. ii.i.Ni.Nl'i It |H pUl} NOTICE UNDER FICT1T.OUS NAME LAW Ni.Ti'-i: IS HEREin %  i\ b-N lhai ,li, undeislaned, d. -i lug "• • "gag. Hi ,. ..;,,. ,. miner the ficiltlous name ol rwiiiA AI 'i'" SAIJiS al mm N \\ •-ih \\,Miami Intends i" register mid iinme w.l i the C.erk of the Clr1 i '"""UAVID GOLDSTEIN"' ,i, ik I 29, 2 r.-12-l'i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY N CHANCERY No 6iC 1C81 i.. ill. • I'll V E. M.HKKTH I-:U\VAU1> II. VI.HKRTS SUIT FOR DIVORCE I', i n.. K Iu n:d It. Alberls lo-HI Iaiivn Ai • nu. H ..... Springs, Illl %  • Vou, Ednard It. Vlbt-rls, ari henIn noilflod ilmi a Hill of Coouilalm for Hivorca Ins been (lied against >..u, and inn are required i" *'in • %  ,-..|H ...f mill All.-il.i Of PleUaWg I" the lllll "i I'oinjilalnt on 1>•I'lalntIfl attorn, y, fleorgi \. O'llrk n. Esq., -"-'i Aragon Avenue, Coivai i tables, Klorida and Hie (he original smewer or Pleading In ihe orMoe el Hi. ci.i'i. of thi 'Trcull Court on •• hefoie ih.^Ui day of March, 1965. li v.,,1 fail to ,i" so, Judgmenl li> del in ill ii ill ''" laken .iini-i .i'" 1 fr ihe I-, II, i ii, ma tided In (he lllll o! Com i.i..nn riils nolle, shall lie puhllshi .1 "i" • ,. week foi i" -,,,:., u. il.II THE JEW ISM Cl.ultll'IAN. 11, ,N i: \N i' "111 >EREI al Mini i'i.,, i.in, iln;"'iii dai ol Januai i V.I), !'"•'. E it I.I: \ rilERMAN, Clerk, %  trcull '" ii '• i 'ad. i'..'mil. I,., nil lly: K. M. I.VM \.N l ii inn i ci. rk UEORdE A •' BK1EX. ':-'.' 223 Ai nun Ai • nil.ml i lahle* i'l, Hilled a, -Miami. Klorida. till* Ird .!:, v .,( Hi l'1-ilari. A I' 191 iM"'i:i: sin I.MAN" A* K\. .'innr Kl • iiuldli H of iliii notice on in.12th dai of Kebruary, i Holdnuiu, (ioldst. in *S I'acal. r Attorn, .i for Executor nil \\, -i Hlaglei' Street ^ ini • iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6*957-G IN RK: Estate of I'H 11.11' C v 'I'SMAX. I'. a-. >' NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and AH Cerson* Having claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: V,,n .,-,• herebj notified and req ||r, ,i m pr..-. nl an} claims and demands ul.i.h >".i aiBii li.ii.' iiuauiM lh. iat, .a PHILIP CATS.M \N. di ... ,i late of l>a.l,' County, Klorida, i,, ,|„ ,'..ni,.i Judg. a of I'-"''' County, an.I fill Ihe same In duplicate anil ,,s provided In Section ;::::.1". i Slain. -. in ii" li offlci ii Ihe • "•• %  lli. ,i„ ioi March 8th, 196E or else con obi ni niii '" %  taken as i onfi seed. 1>ATK1>, l'Vlnii.'iri i'.ril, 1965. K II WEATHERMAN, Clerk. i c.mi. Hade County, Florida '-"ii By: K. M. UTMAN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 69502-A IN RE: Ealate "f JOHN s il.Sl'N. a,k ;i • (l.K (il.SKN I leccae. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To-All Credltora and All Persona Havii-' ciatniB or Domandi Agalnat Said you are herebj notified and re., i ,i ',. present any claims mid dewhich i"ii may have against the .1-1.. i JullN S. Ol-SEX. a/k/a ,,i.i: .'i.si'.N' deceased late "f Pa.l.. -., un i. Florida to the Count* .ludg^of Hade County, and file the same In ,i ip||, .,., .nui .p. ••! Ided in Bectlon 783.16, ll.'ii'la Si.iini,*. in their offlcea in il" i".'linn Courthouse i' > Courthouse Iii i'ml. cunty. I .. Hade County. Klorida. within alx calivithin -IN calendar months fii.m endai monthi from (he time ••< "" ,f the first publication hen I l publication hereof, or the aaiw l/i, 2/5-12-11 Attorney for Plaintiff S-12-19 .'•• id... 111. lllll. ,,i' or iIn -am. iiill be barred. Ifcitcd ni Miami, Klorida, tills nth ,l ii of I • I ritary, \.i 196.1 HAVIH P CATSMAN As Executor nublli at Ion of iliinot .-• on the 12th da} "i K. bi uai s. I96B HAVIH P CATS.M \.N. Ks.| Al till i" i fo I -A' .' H"l loi I !; %  -1 Klngb i Slreet I 12-19-26, I I iilll i" barred. I MI,. I at Miami. Florida, iln* -"Hi %  III} ..'. I 1 1 '" ;: '. EILEEN H.SKN \vdmlnlstratrlx publication of ilii* notice on ih, % %  : i .i.n of January, 19*6. !l \RIIY ZCKERNICK i for Administratrix ..in Rd., Miami Beach l/2, :.:,12-1



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eJewi William Singer Elected 1965 Chairman ish Floridian P2KSS?*** jjj-i, Florida. Friday. February 19. 1965 tt. la'-ion oi the drive of Miami and Miami campaign program into acticn. Left to right • croups ct lawyers on behalf of the 1965 are Talianoff. Co-Chairman of Lawyers Ken. Jewish Appeal is announced by T ilianoff, co-chairman of the Trades ns Council. Miami lawyers are : meeting in the Greater Miami h federation Board Room to put their neth Myeis, Eli Breger, Stanley Pred arid Rob ert Shapiro. Myers and L. Jules Arkin are cochairing the impor'.ant Lawyers Drive for the 1965 Appaal. William D. Singer is 1965 caniI paign chairman of the United Fund — I oi Dade County. Singer was electSection D i ed to the post at a meeting Jan. 20 — at the Everglades Hotel. He succeeds Sidney D. Ansin. M. M. Brisco was elected president of the 1%3 campaign. In 1964, he served as chairman of Sponsored Executives. John R. Ring, outgoing chairman of the board, presided at the luncheon meeting. Also elected were Gen. E. A. Evans, chairman of the board; Edward F. Swenson Jr., P. J. Cesarano, William D. Singer and Bishop Colerran F. Carroll, vice presidents; Mrs. M. Lewis Hall Jr., secreiarv; art Christians and Jews. Forty-Niners Will Meet Thursday Forty-Xiners of Temple Emanu h.ild a regular meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25. 7:80 p.m., In Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzman is president. Feature of the evening will be a niedlej of songs prepared by Cat' tor Z\ i Adler in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goldstein and Mr and Mrs. Harry Weinstein, sponsors Ol the evening's social hour, en the occasion of their wedding anniversaries. Tickets for the Forty-Niners Purim Banquet, to be held Thursday, Mar. 18. will be available al the meeting, Mrs Simon Bersteln, chairman, announced USY to be Guests Rabbi Brickner At Beth Sholom This Saturday Rabbi Balfour Brickner, director of the Commission on Inter faith of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and associate director of the Commission on Social Action ol Reform Judaism, will speak at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday morning following the Temple's regular service, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating, Occasion will he the tilth annual Institute en Judaism for public school teachers of Miami Beach conducted by the Board of Educa lion and board of the PTA of Beth sholom, Rabbi Brickner will discuss "The Meaning of Separation of Church and State—A Jewish Approach." Chairman of tho School Board is Mrs. Irving N. Kaplan. President cf the PTA is Mrs. Sanford Levine. The Institute was planned to highlight Brotherhood Week sponsored bj the National Conference oi Christians and Jews, which will launched nationwide this Monlay evening at a dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel, with national president of the NCC.l." Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, as guest speaker Rabbi Brickner is a distinguish ed scholar and author. He has written "As Driven Sands." a study on Arab refugees, an I has contributed to man.' periodicals and journals. Rabbi Brickner was educated in Cleveland, 0., and is a graduate ot the University Of Cincinnati. With a BA in philosophy, and of he Hebrew Union College, with a Master of Hebrew Letters He is a member of the National Associa tion


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Page 2-D ifiwlst>flor0cfl&nn Friday. February 19, iggj ^ .., ..< %  %  : .^ : U Holies Opers Top Jobs to Jews sX-c Jewioh National Fund Dinner Committee meets to formulate plcm.= for the Mar. 18, Purim Seudah at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nash, guest from Mexico City, Abraham Fraidlin, Mr. Llkchitz. guest from Boston, Sam Kcpkind, Morri-. Yudewitz, Mayshie Friedbera. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Abraham Mason. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, Karry Feldman and Harry Ropen. Seated (left to riaht) are Mrs. Max Affachiner. Simon Tetonhaum, Cantor Mordecai Yardeini. Mrs. Miriam Press. Samuel Friedman, gues'., Morris Mlnov, Benjcmin Appel. Leon I. Ell. and William Bornstein. JNF Plans Pi I iij of I • •. Fahm Dr. Irving Lehr.nan. chairman of the Jewish National Fund Fcunc'a'ion here remirded the community thif "Greater Miami has pledged 55 000,000 in cash toward th roivrletion of Me Ami. We made this pledge in October, 1967. when a pilgrimage of our lear'-rslvT traveled to Israel for the groundbreaking ceremony. "We made the pledge through an exchange of Torahs, one ol the most binding contracts in Jewish tradition, and wo did this in the name of the entire Greater HAVING AN Miami community. Thipledge %  nlist he met." Dinner committee consists of: Habbi Mayer Abramowitz, Diane Affachiner, Max Affachiner, Benjamin Appel, Johan I. Herman Mrs Eva Blum, Mrs. Nathan B ok .-pan. William Bornstein. Albert Broad. Mrs, Jacob D Davis. Isaac Hj man Eisenl aum. Leon J. Ell, Harrj Feldman, Ezi Fi i .i.ici 'i Fishman, Abraham • : icrt Gat ber Hi -Esther G AFFAIR 9 Have I at t".e N Evarelada$.avtnourscai j J Roof .'yoj liket TCJ or iKl.ron al...rec*pt on. eonvntion or a littla get toother for 2.000 or more. Your affair* d;wve the Everglades Miami s mo delecltbie food, most Hawlessly served in : e most delightful surroundings. (Special prices for groups of 40 or mofe cover everything • parking, too 1 } Call Catering Office— FR 9 5461 — for details Soon See you at the New EVERGLADES HOTEL Biscavnj Blvd at 3rd St T Jjr ractOf Sta'.e Rep. Robert L. Shevin has been named to the regional Board of Directors of the Anti-Defamation League. Shevin was elected last November as a representative of Dade Coun'y to the Florida Legislature and is now preparing for the legislative session in Tallahassee scheduled to begin Apr. 6. Schachter Adds To Radio Series Jacob Schachter. 35-year radii veteran, is expanding his series ii Jewish radio programs serving I %  .Sni'h Florida area. Schachter will broadcast a new weekly series n Sundays over station WMIi:. Miami AM outlet rom 11:30 a.m. until noon. He will continue with his Jewish Variety Hour, also over W.MIE. from i until 3:15 p.m.. each Sunday. In addition. Schachter broadcasts daily, from 11 a.m. until noon, over WEDR-FM from his studios at the Blackstone Retirement Hotel. The new series will be known is •'Haisins and Almonds." and will feature leaders of Jewish cultural, fraternal and philanthropic organizations. It will debut Sunday with the following gUMta: Max J. Etra. of New York, chairman of the Board A Trustee* of Ye.-hiva University; Michael Sossin. member of the Florida Commission ol Aginu and owner of the Blackstone Retire ment Motel: Gerald Schwartz. (•resident of the R | mi Beach Lodtze of B'nai B'rith and im n e liate past president oi the ZionCouncil of South Florida; and Gil Rappaport, Southeast re lor ol •!. Zionist Oi \:i:ri i( :, man. Miss Lillian Goodman. Abra i urn Grossman, Abraham ('.run hut. Max Hecht, Martha Heller Peter F. Heller. Sam Ka'.'an. Ber .•aid Katz. Zev W. Kogan. Sam Kopkind Dr. Irving Lehrman. Mrs, Pauline Levick. Mrs Louis Lustig, Mrs Abraham Ma an. Gershon Miller. Mortis Min ov, Mrs. Miriam Press, Is iori Riffkin, Ilatr> Rosen, Julius Rosenstein. Mrs, Samuel Sack, Sa n St 'ri> hn [rv'ng Sch it man, Mrs Wolfe Shk'aii VI Silver, Joshu i 1 St Stein, Moi i is Yu l< witz Di Ba Zui kei I raun. Edisccters Pla \ ifrfi! T.fi : %  ..II ho 1 : %  It • Vpi %  at Slerlin Ho tel Chai • Ih hich will lure' ai entei' • nt an a I ve band is Ellis Robins. Guest -!leaker will be Rabbi \ Kan Ii r S Gross, ol the He11 ew ? i a lemj nies t aised w ill be used to establish .. Teachers' Welfare Fund. Cantor YardeSni At Fo k Schoo! Mordecai Yarde'ni, Yiddish a*d Hebrew t'.'lk singer and music critic, highlighted Jewish Music Month at the Oneg Shabbat of the David Pinski Folk School on Friday, 8 p.m.. ai Farband Center, 3-12 Washinuton Ave Author ol three books o| Jew ish music. Yardeiri is an execu Ive m 'inb.T ol the Yiddish Ratio Guild Ol America, and of the Hebrew \ tors Unions ol America He i> president ol the Cantors Association ol America i'i Canada, ..nd RCA Victor recording artist l. tuis Lasavin. principal ol Ihe tchool, spoke on "Biblical Persi nalities The nations top utility coma vc 11 [even ,-r advances,' in m n iton b els toll wii ext >i %  iween officers a o npanies and Ii a can Jewish I immi ee on rig personnel pi ac tcs i nd policies According to i n anno %  j Irs. Charles lit lent oi the Greater ii ter oi the Ameiica.i J Committee, 20 ol the nation's ma |or utilities during the past yea. have met with C mittee leaders on recruitment and pron.oLO. practices. A year ag* the American Jewish Committee issued a report that deatt with the problem of utiliiir.i fully a substantial portion of U.S. manpower in management. The report roted that barriers against recruitment and promotion of minority group members are "rarely based on explicit company policies." However, it stressed that failire %  >< recruit or promote execwives ol minontj group IKU... lOiimt > com men in large corporations o the disadvantage ol otherwise ligible talent and the detriment i. the nation's economy and val lea .: %  • %  I publii ..'' i nl on gull n were held with each i .iciUuui^ a itaued di tussii personnel directors Temple Zc.si.ora Family Service Habbi Ilershel Brooks, spiritual ieader ol 'iemple Zamora, atinounces a once-a month Fridajkp vening famiiy service which will begin at 7:46 p.m.. so that the younger children of the home may attend with their parents Hebrew School student* will participate with adults in the en ices, which u ill inch de a eminar on a Jewish subject First session ol the new program scheduled for Friday, Feb. 26 when Rabbi Brooks' I pic will be •'ihe Evaluation <>! 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February 19. 1965 +Jeni§fi fhcridlian Page 3-D El Al Offers Summer Tours 1 floe. e i Sc. :• %  1 ? • an: Tax Assessor R. R. Gewerl discussed tax assessments at the recent executive .eon meeting of the Washington AvenueSi', sre Association, held in the Miami i Federal board room. Shown seated 3 rich! aie Newton H. Billinger, vice presGewert; Nathan S. Gumenick, president; Sarokin, immediate past president urer; Joseph M. Rose, vice president and first presiden' of the Miami Beach South Shore Hotel Association hotel division. Left to right (standing) are Sigmund Weintraub, president of the hotel division; Milton Weiss; Ray Redman, executive vice president; and Max Boderman, vice president. No' shown is S. J. Halperin, vice president and chairman of the Redevelopment Committee. By Special Report In cooperation with seven major American tour operators, El Al Israel Airlines will offr Europebound travelers a special king-size spring and summer program of inlent fours to choose from in Ji twing Holidaj -" will in most cases be based on the 21-daj economy fare, and will permit the •ravel.'r to select his tour package trom among v.i separate countries, ranging over the map from Finland to Israel Highlighting the program "ill be a stepping up of the El Al transatlantic flight sc In dllle from last summer's peak of 11 to a new weekly high of 14. And for the first time. El Al will run non-stop flights between New York and Athens. Covering the period from Apr. i 24 to the middle of October, each tour will include a browse through Paris. The 17-to 28 day itineraries will take in most of the countries of Europe, with some special lures to tempt the traveler who likes to get somewhat farther off the beaten track. In addition to Kin land and Israel, as well as Scandinavia and the USSR, the welcome mat :ll be out in Czechoslovakia, Pi land and Rumania, and also the Balkans. The tears will Ul( lude first class hotel and i a j Bl C Bl n with most meah I ir >u ho travi I will be i > regular motoi coach and private car. where ad %  sable. Prices begin at $600, al inclush e Another si ri< s ol stand-out itin rai ies in this upcoming program will be a group of escorted luxury motor coach tons of Europe Oper a ted by Horizon Tours, most of these will be based on the 21-day economy fare, on applicable dates Featuring IOC separate departures they will cost from S569 to $639. all-inclusive. For those who wish to roam for a while longer, similar tours of 28. 36 and 43 days may be arranged for. at rates ranging from S899 to S1049 Klufznick Heads JWB Celebration of Anniversary i %  %  k, i lioi %  I I By Special Report \ \-.i %  assador Philip : Chicago, former %  %  mtive to the Eco11 Council of the \. -• ho i. .i past preshonorary internalent of B'ai B'rith, has chairman serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared in the diLido's newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Teichner at JEfferson 8 0811 for the best function you've ever had! A Slrhln rmily Er.t,rpru, 0CEANFR0NI. COLLINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALL and of hospitalized veterans, and is the sponsor of the Jewish Book Council of America, the National Jewish Music Council and the JWB Lecture Bureau. Ambassador Klutznick has been closely identified with JWB and the Jewish Community Center movement for a generation. Himself a product ot the Kansas City, Mo., Jewish Community Center, he served as chairman of JWB's Jewish Community tenter Services and was for many years a JWB vice president. Klutznick was a member of the JWB Survey Commission that conducted and published the results of the Janovvsky Survey in 1946-17. A member of JWB's Executive Committee for more than 20 years, he is a former vice president of the World Federation of YMHAs and Jewish Community | Centers. He served as commissioner of the Federal Housing Authority ;from 1944 to 1946 by appointment jof President Roosevelt. The late i President Kennedy, who named him to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, also appointed him national campaign I chairman of the Eleanor Roose| veil Memorial Foundation Klutznick is a member of the Board of Trustees of Hrandeis University and Roosevelt University, and ia former member of the hoard of the Conference of Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. 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ZOA Region Meets Sunday Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly wood, chairman of the Board of Governors of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America, has announced that the first meeting of the officers and ; Board of Governors of the six state region will take place on Sunday. Feb. 21. at the Fontainebleau Hojtel. Business will start at 9 a.m. Membership of the Greater Miami Districts of the ZOA will be invited to attend the luncheon at the *^ S^J^BJ ONE >^ THERE IS ONLY ontainebleau HO'IL • MIAMI HACM, nOHIDA Call: MR. LISTER PALSY BANQUET MANAGER JE"ron (-Mil ON TMB OCEAN AT **th TBT • MIAMI MACH. fl_A. •stf-fts On the ocean at mi a mi beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly lanned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR //a a miaml country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. 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Page 4-D +Je*isti fk>ridHi3ir Friday, February 19 Painter Giving Art Course Here Ludwig Sander, internationally session course ol insl known a "" %  "'' | s '"'," %  "';'" '" ;' [ l / KllOW II BUSH .il 1 I"" 1 • week art workartists al tin u \, (hop in Miami accordii rTOB x Kendal William Lehman, secretao ol the u Art* Council Classes arc held ever> M nd Fi B Unn in i h Mar 5, the 12 B 30 a m. and 12 in A" the opening of the current Temple Beth Sholom Art Exhibit on Sunday are (left to right) Louis F. Snetman, president of Beth Sholom; Mrt. Jack M. Fink, member of the Art Committee Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom; Mrs. David Drucker, chairman of the Art Committee; Shimon Yallon, Consul Genera! of Israel for 'he Southeast, who formally opened the Exhibition of Contemporary Israeli Art; Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chairman of the Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts, under whose auspices the exhibition is being sponsored. The exhibit is on view every day until Feb. 28 at the Beth Sholom Art Gallery, 4144 Chase Ave. Meyer B. M %  '< of honor at a testimonial din%  Univei _s an award R. Hollender, citing Dr. Mc tis leadership oi the P: The noted Mini Beach pediat. ibership of mittee from 35 to over 150. Dr. Albeit B. Sabin. noted research scientist and nctional Physicians Committee chairm, was quest Doral Beach Hote: event, was amended by some 4CC leaders of the South Florida ] vision, as well Q ians and Dentists Com;: Beth David Sets "rctherfrccd Fefs ... \ si Brendan's CJ i it. nnual :• in) i hurch. will giv tholic per%  jctive ;n.. m Specter Hall. -Protestant, Jewish and Catho roach to Brotherhood" will be subject discussed bj pane! mbers hn tieque"tly appear on it-.!' Ch, 2 "Man t. Man" program. Presenting the Protestant view will be Luther Pierce, executive secretary "i Greater Miami Council oi Churches Rabbi Solomon Sen if. spiritual leader of Beth El CongKgstton, and executive vice pre-idem of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will pre -.n! the Jewish view Fi Donahl Ceaoolly, assistant 'Eagle House 1 Trains Youth Wft!i CARS Aid By Special Report NEW VORK—Young immi n Aral) lands will undi i trainii this o thai they M %  h other Israi li i il \i n i" tame the parselj i il i ialilee. and agromech i %  and al I %  • t a new work\lula • Hi :• he humo vocal onal trail Ei %  -!(• House pro. by the 1 %  r %  the private relief agency The Tamara workshop will also be aided by the Israeli lo> erni i hich is conool building .it a -~ 400 is being provided through le funds. Included ized electrical and automei ; ic equipment to train the youngsters. The entire project w ill be supervised by both Israeli and CARE officials Israel is provid ing instructors Dade Heights Senior Crfiieos Senior Citizens ol D.ide Height* will have a card party on Sunday after—on, rtarttng at l p.m., la washtagton Federal rti* NK 167th St LEON SCHACMTERS YIDDISH AMERICAN ON STAG C 'M PERSON NEW MUSICAl KEVUE NfVHt BffOfif AT THIS THEATRf New SoHfffJ Atow Music! New Comedy SEVEN STARS DON'T HUSS THIS SHOW SCHACHTER & STEIN %  ON SCREE N Mario Ipnia "Because Yov'rt Mine' CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE Matinee Evenmoj KJE 1.23 Saturday! •100,000 WIDENER 1'4-Mile Classic for Handicap Stars! SOUTHERN WORLD PREMIERE TONIGHT at 8:30 P.M. SHERIDAN CINERAMA THEATRE GEORGE STEVENS P-odk:tn THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD Q0QQBC£3 ARTISTS „,.... i .-..-,jOMf,cm..flSt'ii-. %  MAIL ORDERS NOW! PRICE SCllt (VCNIHS rEIICftMAXCCS l'n i"ci) Mei in 0CK£S' = A 10GE I MAI. Din) II 2 P M. EVI I %  MATINtt P[fCMAMC(S I 1 50 I ', It 8 5o r v Send self addressed stomped em. cKeck or moncv order poyable tc: SHERIDAN CINERAMA Theatre 410 .*•• Id. • Soulnern Premiere Showir.g Sponsoral by UNITED NATIONS kSSOt IATION oi the 1 Mill) STATES ol AMERICA nml the ELEANOR ROOSEVELT MEMORI \I. EOINI)\TION For Reservations; Flamingo Terrace Luncheon — 885-4541 Grandstand, Clubhouse Seats 885-2716 $100,000 Flamingo Wednesday, March 3, doting Day Thru March 3 Post time 1:15



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1 Page 5-D \ THEY TAKE THE CAKE—Three couples celef jf"orating anniversaries, all originally from Toronto, meet to mark the occasion at the Fam ous Restaurant. The couples (from left) are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Orenstein, who celebrated their 20th anniversary; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Teacher, now of 7411 Carlyle Ave., marking their 50th; and Mr. and Mrs. Al Deitel. celebrating their 35th. USY Program For Leaders \ training program specificallj lesigned for United Synagogue Youth Leaders and for Synagogue Youth committee members has been establisned under the auspices i>f the Southeast Region i tin I'nited Synagogue ol Amer Announcement was made bj Phillip Schiff, vice president of the region and chairman of its Youth L'ommissioin. Schiff declar ed that "this is the first program of it~ kind lor USY created to me< I the ever-expanding needs of USY in South Florida." The course will be taught by Dr. Herbert Harari, a PhD graduate of the University of Miami in psychology, who has also served for the past ten years as education and youth director of Temple Sinai in Hollywood. Sessions will be held for 12 consecutive Sunda> nights, beginFlager Elects Meitzer Prexy, Marks Chairman Nathan Meltzer has been elect ed pi esident of the Plagler B i d ... I .-;>•, i.igs and i oan issociah n ol Miami Paul II. Marks, for%  m eiecte I airman I i %  G o i in ling in ecior and i ilCil "I since ol: Key West. ,. rl.v i K West and Miami w a • ..i the ntil 1955. He is a past president of the Bisr-v-n3ci.'ovatd Association a director of the Capital National Bank of Miami, and a member of the Miami Shores Country Club. He was a World War I Naval officer. Marks, a founding director and president of the association. a former governor for the State of Florida for the National Savings and Loan League, is currently president ol the Florida Savings and Loan League He was president of Flagler Federal since itfounding in 1955, %  \;c\ has served during the \<-<>. • ition's rapid growth to 20th in ; /" in Florida and 2Sist in rank nationally. NATHAN MtllXBt D*. HFRBEJfT HARARI Koussevitsky Will Appear on Beach Cantor Mostae Koussevitsky will: give a Purim concert on Sunday. 1 Ring Mar 3, at Beth Torah ConnieMar 7, 8 p.m., at the Jacob C. Conation, i hen Community Synagogue, 1532 The program will deal with the Washington Ave. ire and philosophy of the USY Cantor Koussevitsky, who served movement, group dynamics, the as chief cantor ol the City Synaole and function of the leader, gogue of v.dna. has appeared in reativc programming, special mosl ol the capitals ol the world. Icms in group leadership, and ncluclin | Israel 5ltons R( wu invlted bv Rabbi Tibor ti inistration ol the course n Stei and Jacob C Cohen to *ill be under the supervision of celebrate the Charter Day Award 1 i regional USY office 2355 Sal nl the founding ol the new syna al Gables ue. Heller to Speak At Menorah Men's Function "I Witnessed t h e Eichmann Trial" will be the title of a talk before Ihe Temple Menorah Men's Club by Daniel Neal Heller on Thursday evening, Feb 25. in the Temple Social Hall. Ai the time ot the Nazi's trial, Heller was national commander of the Jewish War Veterans I arry Pasta The Men's Club has undertaken Harbor Island Spa has beet n an extensive program ol cultural nointed Florid and social events which will cut the free and non-scctaran City minate in the annual Temple-wide > Hope National Medical Center 'jre tnsmoers Honored picnic sponsored by the club lor near Los Angeles, the benefit ol children in the He Goodw j n ., Kn isht. former Gobrew Sch il ,. „, California and ch rmai The club recently aftiiiated with of the National Board ol Ti rte Convalescent Home ol Sou the National Federation 'if Men'if the City of Hope, announced thi ida were nonoreel Guest Clubs. President is Men Krovetz. Paskow apnointmcnl %  is Mrs Manner Calm. Paskov/ Pa, Citv Of Hope Chief president ol Ihe PAUL MARKS On Wednesday at the Aig let. all life meinb i Iers U" \ vish ith Ftor speaker Temple Judea FINE ARTS GUILD Presents for 1965 • SYDNEY J. HARRSS FEB 24, sis P.M. NATIONALIY SYNDICATED COLUMNIST • ISRAELI TROU3ADORS plus MARIE MISAKURA MAR. 21, 8:15 P.M. MUSICAL ARTISTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR 320 PALERMO AVE., CORAL GABLES, FLA. H! 4-W76 Single Admission By Donation $2.00 "<* by a nose! the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM.-S1.00 • SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse • Cafeteria 38 Min North of Miami • Fla. Turnpike Exit No. S Miami Are. esroi. Call Toff Free •4MJ41 • Direct Bv$ S.rviee-Call Cray lines f* 3-3127; WyUy't 11 M4II No Racing Sundays • Sorry. No Minors



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Page 6-D Jen isii flcriaf/ratr) Friday, February 19 \fty Federation <~>f Jew'sh Women meet for luncheon at the Seville Hotel and tune in on a "For Your Information" panel conducted by television and radio psrscnality Al Liebsrt. Questions frcm tne audisnce were answered by directors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation agencies here. Left to righ*. are Leon Fisher, executive director, Jewish Family and Children's Service; Mr.'.. Irving Lehrmnn, president. Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberq, chairman of the day and president, Jewish Vocational Service; Liebert, Marvin Bostin, associate director, Mount Sinai Hospital; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education. Beach Bar Elects Berick Morris L. Berick. a native of Rhode Island, and a former Rhode Island judge, has been elected to the presidency of the Miami Beach Bar Association. Judge Berick has been a practicing attorney for 37 years. 20 of which were in Miami Beach. Berwick is active in religious, fraternal and charitable organizations. He is past president of Temple Beth Sholom. a charter member of Hibiscus Lodge, a member of the Shrine, the Jewish National Fund, the Solicitation Committee of the City of Miami Beach, and past national officer Phi Epsilon Pi. He lives at 4501 Royal Palm Ave. with his wife, Gertrude. Flag Pcles Are Dedicated Here The two Hag poles m trout of the Hebrew Academy were to be dedicated tinThursdaj al l p.m., by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Morgenstern, i New York I The special ceremoni : were to i attend) I i the community's ...,; civic leaders and the ol Dade County's munici-lh ( pol > bea 'Ami ncan flag is beta le lici ti I in nv ol the late Pn i lent John F, Kennedy. The pole brain;the He brew flag was to be dedicated I i the late Herbert H. Lehman, 11 Sew York State, !><> served as governor and l S, Senator. Morgenstern, noted philanthropist from New York, Is nationallyknown for his civic and religious activities in the United states and Israel. He is identified with Israel Bonds. Federation of Jewish Char, ities. hospitals of different ilrnom. inations and Yeshivos and Theo logical seminaries of higher learn ing. He is the owner of the original letter which George Washington, i first president of the United States. addressed to the Hebrew congre gation of Newport. Bikvr Cholim Party I Mr. and Mrs. Irving p members of Blkur Cholim ,, meeting and cocktail : the i'< rte 1 nd pi spectrve mi i • were made tor a dinnci ., %  the De u la Mar >0 Cancer Schwar At Beth T filed. Woi Id-r i %  • artz w II condi I Fri id Saturdaj ici at Coi gregati i Bel and will also present a the synagogue on Sund The Joseph Cohen Choir company the Cantor for t'u>ngagemcnt. Cantor Schwartz hi hi tions in Argentina, where h icd cantorial mti-:c ui ther. in South Africa, and in He has been cantor of ttish Center of University I in New York for the | years. Tickets for the weekend and concert may be the congregation office, (iid Ave. i m %  •turn tud,„' &f E Left to right are Dave B. May, president of the 100 Club, and Mrs. May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick; newlyinstalled president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, Morris Berick and Mrs. Berick; and Frank Martin Berick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berick. Beverage Co.'s earnings on Rise The Golden Anniversary year of American Beverage Corporation, of which Pepsi-< ola Bottlers of Miam.. Inc is a subsidiary, resulted in an increase Of ll per cent per share, it has been announced b) Julius Darsky, of Akron, o. ABC pi i -;.ient. Per share earnings during the fiscal Mar ending Oct. 31. 1964. jumped to 54c from the i9i>3 earnngs ol 25c per share, for the nation'.-second largest Pepsi-Cola bottling combine. ABC is building a new Si plant for Pepsi-Cola Bottlerof Miami on the Palmetto Ex. pressway jusl north ol the 36th Street entrance. ARC stockholders will hold their annual meeting in Miami Apr. 7th, and will visit the new Pepsi bottling plant nearing completion here. '"This tremendous facility will embody the latest bottling and handling equipment and newest techniques in plant operation." Darsky said. %  W hen completed this summer, the Miami plant will be 'he most modern and efficient plant of its type in the country, with distribution facilities geared to meet the requirements of the expanding Miami market." Insurance Exec Gets Top Honor Leonard Cold, agent in the Miami Ordinary Agency of the Prudential Insurance Co., has achieved membership in the company's President's Club for 1961. the secend time he has attained the honor. A native of Massachusetts and a graduate of the University of Miami. Cold joined the Prudential Insurance Company in 1956. He IS an Army veteran, with service in Europe, and a member of the Jewish War Veterans and the Miami Association of Life Underwriters. The Gold family lives at til" Al hambra Circle in Coral Gables. Candy Official to Speak Regular meeting of Tiforeth Israel Sisterhood will be held in the social hall on Monday evening Guest speaker will be Irving Haller. a representative of Laura Lee Candy Co. 2 and his orchestra in the swinging SHELL ROOM THl MOST exrioaivi rOKGI IN JAII litly '0:30 P.M.: 12 CO Midit %  A. 1 .30 9 M. Bev. Min. %' CO W'-kdayt $' W Sat irda .... naa4l t at and his ROYAL CANADIANS m the stunning STARLIGHT ROOF s !!,",." The Sueetest Music this Side of Heaven Superb ContinrMal Dining Nightly (*<*|H Monda\ I linn.r Dannnc 9 P.M In I A M plus Ihr JOAX ST JAMBS TRIO • %  ( %  • %  •Titai IIIUKIO tlMUCXl > MIVI'IMI II > : ON TH OCCAM OaCosIa / Wi llei Bi A A L* l 1 OPENING TUES.-6 DAYS ONLY: (Not a part of our Subscription Scries) ^TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 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Friday. February 19. 1965 *.ipHi*f ncridian Page 7-D Siqma Rho president, Myles Abbott, and Howard Galbut, advisor of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center fraternity, receive a plaque from Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America. Presentation is made by Parker E. Hodgman. district director of the association. Flagler Fraternity Given Citation Sigma Rho Fraternity, sponsored by Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, has again been cited tor "outstanding community service."' this time by Muscular Dystroph.Associations of America. Sigma Rho president, Myles Abbott, and advisor Howard Galbut. received a plaque from MDAA's district director Parker E. Hodgman, "as a symbol of apreciation for dedicated service during the last four-year period." The fraternity distributed canisters for MDAA in the Miami area and will shortly undertake a benefit candy sale for the association. Proceeds from the events go to Muscular Dystrophy Association's patient service and reseach programs. i Rho has been, for the last several years, one of the area's outstanding service organizations. Parents Magazine recently cited the fraternity for establishing the Robert Leonard Schuster Scholarship Fund, The fund has enabled IS future doctors to attend the University Oi Miami School of Medicine who would otherwise not have been able to do so because of lack of funds. To date, over S3.000 has been aised for the fund through activBar Mitzvah Club ChSef is Speaker Horg This Week 1 ice G, Weiss, executive dl I of the National Bar Mitzvah lub, • %  as to speak at a meeting oi chi ol din ctors on Thurslay ;it the new offices of the Bu! ."' i.' h Education, ;MO Lincoln R< a : M ill. Mtz\ ah 'in') is a • n-profil membership organizand | iris ni Bar and Bas Mil :vah age, with a three %  .• i %  p igram H hi< h culminates in %  n i ed, low c isl pilgi I o [si acl the summer Ihey are 16. The school directors wore also :o discuss the coming inter-school Essay-Art Contest, National Bible Contest and Hebrew Vocabulary Bee. Abraham Gittelson. education director of Beth Torah Congregation, was to present "Some Aspects of School Administration." Also on the agenda were to be scheduling of interschool faculty visits and screening of personnel requests for the coming school year Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, was to chair the meeting. ,-g -aw* v •* s -* Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy Board ot Directors, presents a plaque to Louii. Merwitzer. president, for his service to the Academy as chairman of the building campaign which made possible *.he new building at 2400 Pine Tiee Dr. At the presentation, Merwitzer announced the launching oi a S380.000 mortqaqe redemption campaign and the presentation of the first gift toward the campaign. Ell Speaks At Men's ORT Meet The conflicting forces that have made the Middle East an international tinderbox were discussed al a meeting of Miami Men's OUT HI Wednesday at Hotel Deauville Daniel N. Heller is the organiza \ •.ion president. Lean J. Ell was guest speaker Ell has represented the L'. S. at inter national and United Nations conferences both here and abroad. He was a member of the U. s. Refugee Committee and of the White House Conference on Refugees. He is president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. The series of monthly meetings is one facet of the activities of the anization, winch has launched .i membership expansion project aimed at attracting new people :< support the worldwide educational and training services provided by ORT to over 40.000 persons each year in some Z2 countries. Yes, there is a Foolproof Investment You get a passbook like this when you open a savings account with us. Contents guaranteed not to shrink. Your savings are not subject to market fluctuation, they're safe and earn excellent returns. Interested? Come in. We have an office nearby, convenient to you. Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before February 22nd will cam dividends from the 1st. See Dr. Granville Fisher's one-man art show at our Allapattah Branch Office. 4'A % A Year Rex Engraving Expands Facilities Rex Engraving, of Miami, has announced a major expansion with the purchase of a matrix company and the doubling of its plant facilities Julie Miller, president of the eight-year-old firm at 63 NW 6th St., announced that Rex Engraving has taken over ownership and operation of the former Metro Mat. Inc., and has changed its name to Hex Matrix, Inc. The matrix firm also moved into a new plant alongside the Rex Engraving site. current dividend rate paid and compounded quarterly *** 6 CMWRitlt Offices Serve Dad* Canty Main Office: Ml East Flagler St / AHapattah Branch; 1400 N.W. 36th St. / North Miami Branch: 12600 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th SL / Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. / Ed.son Center Bunch 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES IXCIID SIS MILLION DOLLARS



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Page 8-D + kni*i> fhridHan Friday. February 19 1365 Rosichan to Talk To Farband Next Thursday Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, ,\ill meel "" Chursday evening, Feb. 25, at Farband Cultural Cener, HI_' Washington Ave Following the business s si n conducted bj President \ Bursti n, Bernard Furman, proram vice president, "ill present test film on Israel and introduce uesl speaker, Arthur S, :, .; ban. exi cuti> e director m liuGreater Miami Jewish Federation Tots Go on Tour Temple Sinai of North Miami Beach Kindergarten were r tour ihe Graham Company dai on Thursday. Arrangements i made through Dairy Council of South Florida. About 32 ch their mothers, and Mrs. Yvettc Cole, teacher, were to mak iho Hip. Temple Zamora CommiUee Temple Zamora announi members of its Journal t on include Sidney II. Palmer, Morr .\Iosko>' i'/. Mori i~ 'I i ppi r i win Le< how iti The Safra family has presented the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue with a new Sefer Torah in memory of Rabbi Dr. Meyer Pcfm. R"bbi Abraham Safra, his brother, together with members of the Safra family, stand under the Chupa facing the Holy Ark, while Rabbi Tibor H. Stern accepts the Torah with a blessing and prayer. Architect's view of Chase Avenue entrance of new Beth Israel Synagogue. Br>th Israel Will Break Ground For New Facility Groundbreaking for Beth Israel Congregation's new synagogue ding will lake place this Sunmorning, 10:30 a.m., on the site of the new sanctuary at the theast c rner of 40th st. and Chase Ave., Miami Beaeh. Among dignitaries who will at•< IHI are Mayor Chuck Hall and Mayor Melvin Richard, awell as members of the Miami Beach City : ouncil and many other local civic notables Rabbinical leaders representing Orthodox Judaism, bot'i local and national, Will also attend The groundbreaking will colm-nate the ten-year axoansicn praaram of Beth Israel Congregation, which originally met in a small store front on Chase Ave. and 40th St. The new building will include facilities for a religious school and youth center, as well as an audi-j %  n seating ."i %  nt people. The gynI.".!" building itsell will be cf 1 design ami beaut> and : ill provide seating lor 500 in the ram sanctuary. Sisterhood 'I Beth Israel Con gregation i-preparing a box lunch (i be served immediately after the ,:k.ii': ceremonii s. Moses Grund • ipresident, and isuintua eader, Morton Towers Group of Hadassah pays tribute to Mrs. Caiman Spiro "for her outstanding contribution and services to Hadassah." Mrs. Emanuel Mentz (left), president of the group, makes the award to Mrs. Spiro. OPALOCKA H r-arnen. Prop AUTHENTIC SMORGASBORD AND COMPLETE MENU BANQUV FACILITIES FOR 200 CLOSED MONDA-. b For Information MU 1-9301 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART B8UNS, Co Ommtr NOW FAVORED' DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this week are Grossinger's of the Catskills, Luchow's of New York, Chicago* Pump Room, and other equally popular anc noted dining spots. Each evening of the v. ,-ou may enjoy a different gourmet menu fea'urmq the foods of these restaurants v.have e^irui'r.d to us their priceless recip< THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL %  S"'V't. 6 'o II i %  %  %  MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT "^e CZfuna JHaiJ" SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40h St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS WiAlso Ha\tA Complete Take-Oit M-n OPIN 3 to 10 P.M. SUNDAY J to 9 P.M. Closed Tuesday 100% AIR-CONDITIONED



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^ Fridcy, February 19, 1965 ^Jenist: MorSdliictri i _Page_9-D %  )e>s of the Adult Choir of Temple Both >m r, li i 'he 'i.recfion of Cantor David iser will be part of a Chorale Choir pio. sponsored bv the Beth Sholom Festival e Arts on Wednesday, Mar. 3, 8:15 p.m., at 3cth Sholom. The program will cfier exs from operas, musical comedy, ond le pieces by Brahms and Beethoven. \ Leo Levin, Sisterhood president; Mrs. ael Mersel. Mrs. Philip Davis, Mrs. Jack iro, Sisterhood board members; Mrs. SeySilverman, chairman of the Beth Sholom val of the Art:.; and James M. Knopke, a presiden' of Brotherhood, constitute the : 'he Cantor hoir program at Temple Beth nember of SisCantor David I r; Mrs. Michael Mersel and Mrs. Leo it, Not shown is Mrs. SeySi've -)i Beth Sholom's Festival of the Somi \ i es of men, women and children her [unior Choirs of Temple Beth Sholom will particim the program on Wednesday evening. Mar. 3, at Beth Insurance Co. Honors Stone committee in charge of this event. Left to right (first row seated) are Mrs. David Convisei, Mrs. Rose Ruaer. Mrs. Matthew Commanday, Mrs. Anna K. Opper, Mrs. R. Watson Dutton. Mis. Ceie Newman, Mrs. Jacques Degenshein, and Mr 1 !. Bennett Lee. Second row are Mrs. Adele Re. nthal, Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. James Kncpke, Mrs. Minna Krams, Mrs. Edith Sadowsky, Can or Conviser, Miss Salwa Merrige, Miss Essie Abrams, Miss Ruth Williams, and Mrs. Shirley Greene. Back row are Sid Ross, James Knopke, Dr. Leo Levin, Sam Rudt, Arch Bradley, Louis Moskowitz. David Smith (organist;. William Royal and R. Watson Dutton. Religion Lecture At TempSe J'idcg Temple ludea of Coral Gables ami junces the fifth <>i eight lee%  di'cussions entitled "Religion Revisited" will be held in the Rei pt i>n ii.iii on Sum al : lerman. h lirman, will ii %  %  lecturer, Dr : \ %  %  of Texas His .. : nt," was recently in.a nt' 1965 his : hers "i Pi ocess," • ublished 3'nai Raphael Diccussaon Grs:p t n Sunda>. 8:3') p in thi i rou | r O B'n 'i in el %  klr ; % %  '.: i. Dr. • %  : Dade I in private e as a | ychotherai it, oid Id h PI I the Inner U bj Anton i. 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Page 10-D +Jewi*trk)ri(ti&n Friday, February 19, 1965 %j£ One of the first professional groups to get into the Variety Children's Hospital S2.5 million campaign are these dentiits shown at a work session in the home of Chairman Dr. Bernard Neuwirth (seated second from right). They're planning a breakfast-and-tour of the hospital for Sunday, Mar. 7, to inspect the three new structure addi'ions. Shown (left to right) seated are Drs. Alfred Feinglass, Albert Coonin, Neuwirth, and Anthony Livingstone. Standing (left to right) are Drs. Carl M. Baumann, Fred J. Witkoff, Bertram F. Goodhart, Harold Webman, and Samuel Berkowitz. An installation of new officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch took place last week when Morris Epstein (center) was installed as presiden* by Efraim H. Gale (right), executive director of the Greater Miami "Y." Looking on as Mr. Epstein presents a check on behalf of the club to the "Y" is Judge Harold Spaet, who was guest speaker for the occasion. Acquiring her mother's affinity for show business, Debbie Cowan celebrates her seventh birthday Jan. 31 with "Aunt Peggy" Lee at the Diplomat Hotel. ;. MOTORS OVERHAULED SO 49 TRANSMISSIONS OVERHAULED 50 Plus Parts 29 Plus Parts No Money Down • All WorV Unconditionally Guaranteed FREE TOWING 751-9759 FREE TOWING LARRY'S GARAGE. Inc. 7801 N.W. 7th AVENUE Memorial Plaque To be Dedicated Rabbi Samuel April will dedicate a 100 run.ie memorial plaque in honor of the late Herbert Green during Friday evening .services at Temple Or Olom. Mr. Green was a Food Fair executive at the time of his death. A charter member of Or Olom he was active in the Men's Club. His wife, Mrs. Judith Green, a pas) president of the Temple Sisterhood, now serves on its Board of Directors She will hosl the Oneg ihabbat following services. Kathy and Laurie Green, the couple's daughters, Will attend the ceremony. Insurance Firm Opens Office Sid Jacobs, state general agent, announces the opening of Florida headquarters for the American Income Life Insurance Company at 720 NW 27th Ave. According to Jacobs, the office "was the leading life agency in 1964 for American Income, of' Waco, Tex. Jacobs, himself, was the leading general agent producer of over 550 agents throughout the I'. S. for the company. He has been in the insurance business for over 15 years, and specializes in all phases oi life insurance and hospitalization. S. Irwil) Becker is Florida brokerage manager. He has been a Miami resident for over 20 years. Jackie Gleason Tourney at Doral Jackie Gleason joins the ranks of such entertainment greats as Bing Crosby. Bop Hope and Perry Como in being honored with a golf tournament in his own name, the Jackie Gleason Pro-Celebrity, to be held Mar. 10 at Doral Country Club in Miami. "Not only has Jackie, 'Doral's j comedian in residence,' brought immeasurable, valuable publicity 1 to the Greater Miami area and Doral. but he's worked overtime to get some of his celebrity friends %  to play here," explained Frank Strafaci. tournament director of the $70,000 Mar. 11 to 14 Doral Open. Doral owner, Alfred Kaskel. thought an appropriate way to repay Gleason would be to name the pro-celebrity in his honor. Gleason himself. Bob Hope. Ed Sullivan and Perry Como have already accepted spots in Doral's Pro Celeb Outing. Bing Crosby will play depending on his schedule. Arnold Palmer, who is cutting down on tournaments this year, had planned to skip the Doral Open. "But Jackie called him in California and told him we wanted Arnie in his foursome for the ProCelebrity. Palmer changed his mind and agreed to play here," time of ehis" B'J<> T t f.. PRc | d e HOQ D National Conference of Chriatlana A Jew .. GREETINGS FROM AA. B. CIRLIN, M.D. 4875 NW 7th AVENUE Ph 754-881 I SEE-MORE Television. I nc. FOR TV COLOR SEE US! Repairs, Sales, Service Radio Hi-Fi Stereo Members of TESA ALL WORK GUARANTEED 2124 SW 67th AVENUE MO 7-3706 Brotherhood Greetings to my many friends and clients M. II. PI Tl II REALTOR Better Class Homes Since 1923" 957 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 8-1843 Miami Beach IKITEI'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Flagler Stroot PMONt FR 14191 TO ALL GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601 Branches: Huntington Medical Bldg. Fort Lauderdale GREETINGS ARO-LITE OF MIAMI FULL-TIME ANIMATION 24-HOUR ADVERTISING POWER NITE BRIGHT IN DAYLITE Ph. 445-2448 144 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC. 1100 EAST 41st STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 688-4621 Greetings for Brotherhood Week to All My Friends MANDY ENRIQUEZ 3tA\tn m S BEAUTY SALON 1368 Palm Ave., Hialeah Ph. 885-2352 I i t



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Frier.-, February 19. 1965 + lenist) Meridian Page 11-D Nctf Bismtbcitfi Pcsses of Ago 59 in (N I) Bli %  i i ho lived here since from Savannah, < %  '•.< 10 >d Fi b. !.' al the age as pas! pres deni ol Be h Mi n's Club, a charter r ol Beth Kodesh SynailpJewia i Home for YMH '• md Greater Jewish nity Center, where h e airea surer for 15 j eai He belonged to the Elks, Varittv Children's Hospital and was a carter member of National ChiiC-en's Cardiac Hospital. ctive supporter for Youth <.it,., ce, he was an honorary cilia m Boystown, a member of Star ommonwealth for Boys and ,i charter committeeman for the Boj Scouts of America. Troop 6.! !l, survived by his wile. Iris, a il. -liter. Mrs. Charlotte Weiss, I Mia: three brothers, Morris andi I'.rii lumberg, ol Savannah, and Meyi Blumberg, Los Angeles; line sisters, Mrs. Ksther Ryan Savai lah, Mrs. Violet Schiff. At-j lanta. MiLeah Rapaport, Miami.' .md grandson, Ronald Fried. Ser ces were held Feb. 1+ at i Funeral 11 >me. with intermen:i \P N'ebo Cemetery, B' :RG v %  -\ i • ... %  %  \ %  ON i :> Ma i n i %  • %  %  Is Hit • EH'-C.Tf. .., ,;„,-. I F isc > > %  • l. •; %  ., E ERG. I.fiia ; .. ,,i i..it., .i. | '•' ROB SON. u foillnt. V\ lied F", h ll il, nl),ii BiR'. OLZ. Mil „i, FMward, !; %  %  i I %  ili.-d I el., m ,,:. '" N %  • N lhfm de HA ... ER. vnn i. ... of l.'iii \x ,,-iiVVl iti,.|l I I!l\erLIE "HI F' iih \\v V\e W\i MI n ONirtTER. Hurry, -I. ,.f til'i mil Si %  ";• : % % % %  II IUv< i |.|, ROZ -.SKY, ,,.',. BJ, ,,, ;..| vi,. n • Avi .| v, i. |:i i;„nl,,n BRA-OE. \| ;, ,,, ,.... „„ AI'UI -~ %  '" '• Ki %  •< Glv = *• I \ 7". i .::"! SI\ '' %  %  '< • %  I i. 1 || .. i,|, HEFH.ANOS. M:_ -,,,, ,. • Ave., ill -. i. |j. I. .|,| Attend services tHis week atijour own place of worsfiip HI 8-4994 When the eccasion arises, phone NAT BlUMMffG Leon Kaye, 54 Former Miamian, Dies in Jox. Former Miami Beach resident I .con Kay, 54. died Feb. 8 in Jacksonville, where he had lived for Ihc past five years. A real estate broker during his 25 years here. Kaye left when he was named vice president ot Universal Marion Corp.. a Jacksonville-based investment firm. He is survived by his wile. K.i\e Burch: his mother. Mrs Addie !\.i~'WitZ, ol \. W York: a sen. Frederick S. Kaye, ol New Or lean and four br< Ihers, Miami New editorial wi iter Jack K ; Kassi wit;. ol Mi Kassewitz ol Jackson illi and Dr .' .1/. HI i. vi ... d, o ii %  ei Feb. II .ii Mton Roi VI i erv, Beach Attorney Granat Dies Here at Age 63 Miami Beach Attornej Roland w Granat, 63, ol 1137 No His cayne PI Rd died Feb. 14. A resident here for 4(> years, coming from Brooklyn, N.Y., Gra nat practiced lau in Miami Beach. He was a member of Miami Bead. Elks. 1601. Bayshore Country Club. Dade County and Florida Bai Associations. Surviving are hiwile. Ksther. ive daughters, Mrs Rhoda Nagle, Miami. Dr. I'epi ( uadrado. New laven, conn. Mrs Carla VanI'osh. No. Miami Beach. Misses lOj and Bonnie Granat; mother. Vilma, of Miami Beach; and three grandchildren. Services were held Feb. 16 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton Rd. Harry Magid, 76 Pioneer Resident Long-time resident Harry I Marid. Tti. of 1735 Calais I)r.. died Feb. 14. Ma£id came here 45 years ago from Boston. Mass.. and was a nembes ol Temple Israel of Greater Miami, Zionist Organization of Vmerica. and chaplain of the Executive Club and director of Miami Beach Real Estate Board. He is survived by his wife, Anna v: two sons, Mitchell S.. of Nashville, Tenn., and Malcolm Jr.. of Atlanta. Ga.; a daughter. Mrs. lanice M Ghertner, of Atlanta; a sister. Jeannette Good, of Miami Beach; and eight grandchildren. Services were held Feb. 16 at Riverside Memorial Chapel Alton Rd. • • ELLNER, Saiinn-I II.. 73, of '"" NAN' i-st iii,, i Feb. It. Rlvendde. GARDNER. Monte, IS, ot 4". X. Hi. btacu* Ih.. died I '. %  !>. il. lUvwrahle LANOIS, Betty. I, ot I : BW Mil si., .ii. a K'.-ii. in. tlnrdi n, BACHMAN. i :. i %  • i;.-. 82 of lltlt.'i Ni: i rii ("i ii i i %  •. ii I". Itiveraidi ROTHSTEIN. Nathan. 73, ol II"" l riled ll' i! llordon. COOPER, Mrs Motile, 69, ot 122111 !\*\\ \ .. ... .1 Ki Ii S i Soi ilon KATZ. i| Mn follin* ,n ii,., Uleiu-e, i: I %  3Al i O'.. II '.iJ I \ k-< i i \ V 1:1.i-" I Beach Student At Hebrew Univ. an, daughter ol Dr \ Herman, 3171 ShefiI: -i \< e.. is si el Hebrew I nii ersity Cei ter in Jerusalem. 1 I Ear, I ose and Throat Department, which iheaded by Prof, Mi she Feinmesser, has a %  Hi aring and Speech (enter used to detect deafness al the earl--'hie moment, when babies even a f< u weeks old. 'The earlier we discover that a babj has bearing trouble the better," Prof. Feinmesser explained to Joan. "If not, it may happen that a child who is hard of hearing will be considered mentally retarded, although he is really quite intelligent. Nearly every child who is deaf has some residual hearing. By developing this, we can help him." Joan is being trained to use the remarkable new microscope which n akes it possible to examine tne intricate interior of a patient's ear. Asked whether her work is handnapped because the patients -peak Hebrew. .loan answered with a smile in flawless Hebrew. i manage somehow." Joan Herman, of Miami Beach, studying audiology at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. BB Lodge Will Hear Vegel Emanuel T e p per. president, Freedom Lode of B'nai B'r th. has announced that guest Monday evening will be Lee Vogel. 1963 Peabody Award-winner and mod Tin: ol VYQAM's "Open P Forum Meetiny will be held ut Surf side Town Hall. 93rd St and Harding Ave at 9 p.m. Tonicwill he "The Dangers ol the Extreme Left and Right." durng '. hich Vog :1 will describe per -n;ial experiences in dealing with both political extremism during he i [hi ye irs ol ins Peabo Ij ; %  ogram, plus • • n of n led voices i member* oi the American Nazi • II Societ Duplicate Bridge Group A duplicate bridge group is beIIIL: organized by the new YMHA, B500 SW 8th St.. under the leadership of Irwin A. Blockcr The group v II engage in weekly games on Monday evenings at 7:45 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE •'. xe /.' Torch Sethune College President Due M Emanu-EI In observance of National Bro therhcod Week. Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, has invited Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Beliiune Cookman College. Daytona Beach Fla.. to share the pulpit at the Temple's Friday evening services. 1:30 p.m.. in a discussion of "The Meaning oi Brotherhood in Our Time. Dr. Moore has been president ol Bethune-Cookman College for the "ist 18 years, lie is a member >f the Florida Citizen's Committee >:i Education. National Education Vssociation, Southern Regional Council, Board of Directors and 'he Executive Committee ol the United Negro College Fund, and ne member of the American Teachers Association. Dr. Moore is listed in "Who's Who in American Education.' He received the ATA11 Council Trenholm Educat'on Award in 1963. and the Florida PTA Award in 1963. The Florida State Department of Fducation cited him in 1964 for his outstanding contribution to education in the State ot Florida. UM Professor At Beach Forum •The Population Explosion" was I the subject of a talk by Dr. Don Calhoun. professor of social science at the University of Miami. OH Saturday. Lecture was slated for the Miami Beach Forum meeting at Wash ingtOB Federal. 1234 Washington AveT, and was followed by a question and answer period. Dr. Morris Schor u director ol the forum, and Charles Tomarkin ii education director. dedicated Here The new s >f Torah d I ecentl) al Jacob C Cohen i munity Synaro ne was consecra led during Saturday morninj \ ices Mark, son of Dr. and Mrs JacV Safra. and grandson of Rabbi Dr. Meyer Safra, donors of the Torah. read the portion of the Bible at the service. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTV JUOGF'S COURT IN AND FO=! DAHF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65984-B I IX UK lie ••' IMl. S( HIKI. I I. 1K...I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ITo \U Credliom .. r i,: .11 I*. r-., n~ llnv Inn i*l;ilmx oi I'-MMIIIIAciiin-r Sal' 1 KMatt-: Von .II %  hi r, ly notified nnri re • iiii' ,-,l to on we'll .i > In line unit rte I ninndx wlu.h \.-.i maj have im:iln %  rhi • male • t CMI. SOHKI -, lute %  >( I'IIII.' I'.IIIIIIV. Hlorlda, in I hi ntj I %  i %  i ii of i'.nl. County, an •il,. ,he sa", iii duplicate nnd .ipi %  \ i,l,.,i In f • i'tli ii 7*8.16, V .,11. In son HI, ... MI thi %  ei in i he i '"i ii' v t'ourthouN, in Made I'nunty, K*lortdn ,> i;, ni\ ,'.ii,;nl it monl h> from tin 11 mi firm pulillentlon !>• i • i the -.i • III hi I'iiiI, it i Mi,i" i. Florida, thin 12th %  III) i,| I hi uai y, V.I • 1,11 \ SI illKI. \> i :\.. in i\ this nolle,on the i %  11' ile K-bi uarj ISC : i •:• iX K \i'i. \X of !I,IIII n. in ,".i Kaplan \ i :.., in. for tCxei •I I'.i' S.W. IM Sir. i Mi.mil. Klol iila j I9.2H. :: r.-i:: IN THE COUNTV J ll DGE'S COU RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 65S37-A IX OK: Kxtate of ri.nHl-.-Ni'i: LKWBNAl'EH 11,-,.. ieed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII LYedhnra uii.i nil r.T.-iiiHaving ntalnte or TJemandii AaeJnal s;ii,i l-"vt:il. V,,u are hereby notified and r,-ituimi to present any euima ami demaiiiis whirh yon may have aealnm Hi...-in,of h'LoRBNCH LKWKNAt'Ki: .i :.se,i late "i MII.W AIKI'.I: i\iiuu.\. WIWOX81N, to the County .iiuiu.s ..I Dade < uuaty, and 1"11the same in 'hipliiai^ and as ptovldetl In Section 7X8.1S, Florida Htatutea, In their offloee In the (*ounty Courthouae in Dude County, Horlda, within .-ix calendar iii.ioli> from ill,time "f the first I'liiiii, aii .II hereof, or Hi, name win in barred Ihtted .ii Miami. Florida, iiiilib da) "i I', linen >. A I' I96G iti iBKKT i .i:u I:NAII:I; i • i : \ i : i \\ i %  • 11. \ tnclllai) FJxecutore I ItlllH 11 .1 I i hi lary, li HA'UOI.H SHAI' %  %  %  '-: i ii i ii. i'i... IN THF r.lRT.U T COURT OF THF Ll fV e NTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'OA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.FLOR DA No. 65C 1569 in-:' -ri'iiAi.. i %  a ,i< ISF:F IX i-i isi'h ii.vt. i •• %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i %  %  : %  %  %  I • CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOI UTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ti • VI.I. I'll 4VII i.M T\ I. I \ .-11 \ I ,. I II IIKR I'll v .-. MlA MI UKAI ii. i'i.' 'iiii '.\: I:I-:X IAMIX \I.I:AI:I:S. MIAMI UKA.II. 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Page 12-D V +Jewlsl> fhridHair Friday. Februcrry 19, 1955 European Body Urges Red Easing Tropical Chapter Sewing Group BRUSSELS — (JTA)—The chairman and vice chairman of the political commission of the Consultative Assembly of Europe, which opened its current session here recently, called on the Assembly to urge the Soviet Union to ease its attitude toward Jews. Both stressed particularly the denial of cultural and religious rights to Russian Jewry and the refusal of the Moscow Government to permit Jews to emigrate for purposes of reunification with their families. The Assembly has consultative status before the European Common Market. Finn Moe, Norwegian Labor Party, representative to the Assembly and vice chairman of the political commission, drew the body's attention to a resolution dealing with the situation of Russian Jewry, now before the Commission, calling upon all member governments to uras, in their discussions with the USSR, that the rights of Jews be respected. "I am afraid." he said, "that the present conditions of the Jew ish minority in the Soviet Union only helps those who are opposed to an East-West detente. 1 hope the Assembly will agree to a motion on this item very scon." Paul Strove, chairman of the political commission, pointed out that no such motion is before the Assembly as yet. saying that the Commission has appointed a rapporteur to examine "the gravity" of the question. However, he deplored the fact that, according to the information thus iar received, denial of cultural and religious rights to Russian Jews and refusal of permission tor their emigration to reunify with their fainDr. Globke Says It Wasn't His Responsibility DUSSELDORF-(JTA)—Dr. Hans Globke, for 14 years the top right hand man to former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, told a court here this week that it was not his responsibility to take steps, during the Nazi regime, to prevent the execution of Jews. Dr. Globke was a senior official of the Ministry of the Interior dur ing the Hitler regime. He was also the legal officer who wrote the Nazi official "interpretation" ol the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws He was called by the court as a witness in the trial here of former officers of Hitler's SS. charged with mass shootings of Jews in Poland. Asked by the judge whether he had done anything to halt such murders. Dr. Globke replied: "It was not my responsibility. I was in a different department. In any case, what would have been the sense in publicly opposing it." Earlier, Dr. Globke had told the court: "I heard from people who were home on leave (from the Nazi army) that shootingwen going on in Poland. But I *new notliinu of concentration camp victims." Existentialism Will Be Viewed Here "Philosophy of Existentialism" will be the subject of the opening program of the new "Y" Forum scheduled for Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m., in the Golden Key Room of the new YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St Guest speaker will he Prof Jerrit Schipper, of the Philosophy Department of the University ot Miami. Fred Opes and George Newman are chairman and co-chairman, respectively, of the YMHA group, which will sponsor a series of monthlv lecture discussions. ilies "are as yet uncontradicted ** Under the Convention, all states —including the Soviet Union—will have to permit to all practitioners of religion the iullest rights to practice their beliefs, to conduct schools for teaching their faith, to organize national aid regional groupings propa^atinu their faith, to make available the dietary articles needed by those religious practitioners, to permit association with like-minded religious groups abroad, and to permit pilgrimages to holy shrines abroad. The entire Convention was considered by all members of the Subcommission—except the Soviet rep resentatives—as a historic mile stone in United Nations affirmation oi the rights oi all peopli everywhere, including the Jews ii. the USSR, to enjoy fullest religious rights. Tropical Chapter, American Medical Center, Lillian Steiner Cancer Workshop Sewing Committee, meets every Monday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Miami Beach Community Center. The qroup supports the hospi'il at Denver. The center is non-sectarian and there is no charqe for patients. In the past year, more then 60 residents of South Florida have been heated at the Center. Top row (lef* to righl me Bea Sheff, Rose Moak, Isabel Wei:iheiq, Mae Richman, Roslyn Zerlin, chairman, Belle Bloomfield, Netty Caip, Ro c e Gluckman, Bess Wolper. Bottom row (!eft to right 1 are Clat Anders, Sari Fhrenfold, Ruby Hop; Reisfield. and Ann Linn.


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

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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JMISH WilKLY
38 Number 8
Miami. Florida. Friday. February 19, 1%5
Four Sections Price
Israel Rejects Money;
Arms Deal Collapses
SIS ISAAC
woLfson
VICt PRtSIDtNT
H'Jf.PHRCY
deputy PRtMitR
ABBA tiAU
I -T'O-m INAU6URAI THIS WEEKEND
rael Bond Meet
o Launch Drive
\or $100 Million
ZOA BREAKFAST HERE FRIDAY PAGE 3-A
i low ish leaden
'. ips, Canada,
nd Western Bur
I ih< red in Miami Beach
la; international in.
ivncc for Israel
:. Friday ;it the
hnehli nu Hotel.
h will engage in discussions
's economic needs and out-
: aancc an intensive
bpmrnl program to promote
roth "I its economy and the
lion ol new immigrants.
During the next five years, Israel
expects a population increase "f
some 500.000, and il will he neces
sary i<> expand the economj sub
stantiall) to sustain a total popu-
lation ol'3.000.000.
The COnfereflCC will be marked
!>y the participation of world-re-
nowned personalities, in addition
to outstanding American Jewish
leaders who have been prominent
Continued on Pae l-A
JERl SALEM _(JTA) Israel's
ed heri Sundaj to re-
eel an offers ''. est Ger nanj may
ike fOI I: I Una
i .: out its e irlier
a^rcem 11 to ship ai ms to Israel
nouni iient that
i urrenl ship-
! il S80.000.000 ai ms aid
lograni came from Premier Ali
abrj ol Es>pt in Cairn The West
in Government refrained
in men I and German con-
ii it Ion i amc from Dr !". i ene
. stenmair : resident ol the Bun
lestag, Ihe West German Parlia-
ment lower house
Following a senes ui length)
- between Prime Minister Levi
r.sh,;ui. Foreign Minister Golda
Vie r, Deputy Defi n e Minister
ii non P res and Ambassadoi
Felix K Shinnar, Israel's envoy to
Germany, in charge ol the pur
phasing mission at Cologne, the
Cabinet devoted its regular weekly
meeting entirely to the West Ger
man Government's announcement
that il has halted arms shipments
lo Israel, in response to pressures
from Egypt's President Carnal Ab-
del Nasser.
The meeting lasted four and
a halt hours, with Mr. Peres and
Mr. Shinnar attending. Shinnar
Continued on Page 5-A
IN STATEMENT ON TELEVISION
Minister Threatens He'll
Quit in Limitations Tiff
wo U.S. Firms Cancel Orders
v Goods from West Germany
YtlKK i.I'l Ai Two multi
-hit I manufacturers
York announced this week
j have canceled orders
lers in West Germany in
auainst the Bonn Govern-
i n to halt arms ship-
- in Israel under pressure
lian President Carnal
il Nasser The firms are the
tips Van lieusen Corp. and
Itothenbera and Co
Lawrence Phillips, executive vice
president of Phillipe-Van Heusen,
said his firm, which does an an-
nual business of S83.000.000 has
cancelled all outstanding orders
for West German piece goods, fin-
ished uoods and machinery Har-
vey Bothenberg, president of the
other firm, said his company has
canceled orders it had placed with
two West German firms for S50.000
worth of cotton flannels, and is
also "reviewing machinery com-
mitments "
Both industrialists attributed
their actions to the Bonn submis-
sion to Nasser "blackmail." Mr.
Bothenberg added that other lead
ing American apparel makers
would begin to review their rela-
tions with West German sup
pliers l already have indica-
tions," he added, "that such action
is under way "
BONN .ITAl Dr Ewald
Bucher, Wesl German Justice -;i
ister. thn a ned on a television
broadcast ihis wee!, to resign over
any extension ol the deadline for
prosecution ol Nazi war criminals,
but later clarified the statement.
He said he meant he would accept
a Parliamentary extension hut not
UK bj Hi" iVesI German Cabinet.
Parliament is t<> begin debate on
the issue Mar 10.
Many ,ies m West Germany
plan to emigrate ii the statute of
limitations deadline is not extend-1
ed beyond May 8. according to Dcr
Spiegel, the influential Hamburg
news weekly. The Central Council
of .lews in Germany adopted a res
olution demanding extension of the
statute and the International Lea-
gue for Human flights petitioned
West Germany to extend it by 30
years, instead ol the 20 proposed
in a bill now before the German
Parliament.
The Parliamentary faction of
the Free Democratic party, how-
ever, voiced approval of the West
German Cabinet decision to al-
low the statute to become ef-
fective on May 8.
The Yugoslav Federal Assembly
ind the Federation ol Jewish Com-
munities in Yugoslavia denounced
Continued on Page 11-A
SHGHT-WIHCERS
House L nit
Mav Probe
Extremists
WASHINGTON i.ITA) I
House UnAmerican Activities Co ,
mittee, which has been criticized
IrtKiuently for avoiding probes "t
I right-wing groups, may extent
its pregtam into investigating n(e
Ku Klux Klan. the AmerieSnTNa7i
Party, the Minutemen. the Black
.Muslims and other groups consid-
ered to be part of the "radical
right," it was indicated here this
weekend
Kep. Edwin Willis. Louisa nu
Democrat, chairman of the HUAC.
said that the committee, in secret
session, adopted a resolution last
week authorizing a preliminary
Stud) to show whether extension
into the right-wing area should
proceed. A decision on such a
Continued on Page 15-A
New York City Assailed
For Veto on Memorials
EXPANDS SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES IN ISRAEL
ladassah in New Projects
I JTA) Leaders ol
lassah, the Women's Zionist Or
li/ation ol America, voted mori
00 tins week for special
I Ibis year to advance its
I Israel in medical research.
vocational education,
lion was taken at Hadas-
annual mid winter confer
here, attended by more than
I leaders
flie conference delegates called
(m the Government of West Ger-
*<> to rind means to extend the
IjMte ol limitations affecting the
1 'ion ni Nazi war criminals
ho present cut-off date of
i; ; and urged the Bonn Gov
''< I" halt the participation
man cities in plans to de-
r- Israel
hi acting tO broaden the scope
i Hadassah's programs in Israel,
.be leaders *otcd;
I. $30,000 for the establish-
ment of a kidney transplant re-
r-'arch program, with an addi-
tional S20.000 for the annual
maintenance of this work. The
program will be headed by Dr.
Marco Caine, chief of Hadas-
sah's Department of Urology.
2. $350,000 lor construction of a
nurses' residence, a three-story
structure comprising 30 efficiencj
apartments, for unmarried grad-
uate nurses ai Ein Karem, in Ihe
immediate vicinilj ol the Hadas
~ah Hebrew Cniversitj Medical
Center.
;i $150,000 for construction of a
special lloor at the Medical Cen-
ter to be (leveled solely to various
types o| medical research.
i $50,000 tor construction of an
additional lloor at Hadassah's
Brandeis Vocational School in Je-
rusalem, to permit Inauguration of
a special course in Industrial elec
ironies An additional $17,000 was
voted for equipment to be used in
this course
In other resolutions adopted by
the conference the Hadassah lead
ers Int at the Arab boycott against
Israel. supported a proposed
amendment to the Export Control
Act Of 1948, introduced by Sen.
Harrison A. Williams, New Jersej
Democrat, which would back
Continued on Page 10-A
NEW YORK (JTAl The New
York City Art Commission was dis-
closed this week to have rejected
proposals for two memorials to
the 6.000.000 Jewish victims of the
\ izi holocaust proposed for the
eit> s Rh erside Park
The action came under immedi-
ate critical fire, from Jewish or-
ganizations. Mayor Wagner, who
was sent a request to reverse the
lecision, said the matter was "not
closed."
The 11-member Commission
took the action without any for-
mal announcement at a Jan. 28
meeting. The reasons for the
rejection, it was learned, were
that the proposed memorial
would be "distressing" to chil-
dren playing in the area, and
that other "special groups"
might also want to be similarly
represented in the city's public
parks. The Riverside Park site
was set aside by the city in 1946
for the two memorials.
The larger one was to be a
Continued on Page 6-A
Dr. Joseph Lichten. director of
the Departmen' of Intercul-
tural Affairs, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. was in
Miami last week to discuss
aspects of the Ecumenical
Council document on the
Jews. (See "Durinq the Week
... As I See It." Page 4-A I.


Page 2-A
+.k*lst ncridfiar
FridQy- Febru^y J
Miami Launched Brotherhood Fete
Sto
PRESIDENT IS NOTED EDUCATOR
BROTHERHOOD SUPPIEMENT .
Greater Miami will launr.*) the
nation* observance of Brotherhood
Week 'n Monday nighl when th
Florida Region of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
holds its 13th annual Brothethoeid
. .PAGt 11-4
. SEE SEC. C
al the i '
Ho-
Dinner
el.
!): ;.. is Webster J nes. na-
tional president nl the NCCJ, is
In Flori la to kick ol the c untrj
side obs -n ai ee ol Brotl e
proclaimed for the perio I
.1 peb 21 nil-'"'-1' -8 h> 1'"'>|J'',;'
.yndon B Johnson
Dr. Jones will make the na-
tional keynote address tor Sroth
t.hood Week at the black-tit,
SlOO-a-plate dinner on the sublet
of "Let Us Hold a Standard.'
TSt former president of Rutgers
Stephen Kogan. a June, 1964
grcducrte o! the University of
Miami Law School has been
appointed Base Lawyer at
Cape May. N.J., in the Coast
Guard Recruit Training Cen-
ter. Following his tour oi
duty, he will start the prac-
: : -. in Great
ami area. He i the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knaan,
of 4165 Adams Ave.. Miami
Be- h.
Luxner Named fo Club
Morton B. Luxner. 830 NE 175th
St., sales representative f r Uni-
versal Match Corporation's Match
Division, has qualified for 1361
membership in Universal s Aristo-
crat Club, .honor group for conspic-
uous sales achievement. Thi is
the third time that Luxner has
qualified for the Aristocrat Club.
He is vice president of Harmony
Lodge 2463. B'nai Brith.
'M HAVE HO CONTROL/ CXtCUWt DtftNDS
Cuban Exiles' Organization Criticizes
Israeli Chip's ASIeged Havana Landing
An Israeli shipping company
as Tuesday charged by the l'm-
dad Revolucionaria, of Miami,
with sailing Jan i "irom the
jpani-'i port of Burgos Via Las
Paimas, Canarj Islands. to an un-
specified Caribbean pert."
lh L'nidad Revolucionaria said
that the unspecified port turned
OUt to DC Havana.
The Israeli ship is the Daniela,
owned and operated bj Somerfin,
Ltd ol Tel Aviv.
"As f-eerlom-lovi-.g men struq-
gling to overthrow a dictatorship
whose methods are quite remi-
niscent of those employed in Ger-
many before the destruction of
Nati totalitarianism, and which
besides is iin-versally recogniied
as a stoooe c* the notoriously
ar.f i-Semitic Soviet regime, we
ore as'onifhed and indignant
that ships flying the flaq cf a
pecplc that kr.OWJ th horrcs of
persecution .ind oppression and
he soi row rf x!le liKe nont
other should be use-.' for the un-
worthy purpese of tupolying and
afottl no such a>- affrcnt to man-
kind as the Castro tyranny rep-
resent." the Unidad Revok-ion-
aria, whose headquarters are at
10 SE 9th St., declared.

WELCOME DELEGATES
TO THE ISRAEL BOND
CONFERENCE OF 1965
I let us Moke the Conference a
j Success by "Buying Israel Bonds."
I Maysflie Fried-** rg J
In the name of solidantv
among the tree peoples of the
world, and for the sake ol the good
name ol the Jewish State and peo-
ple, we urge yon to join us in our
protest over such a regrettable al
litude." t.he Cuban exiles' state
ment continued,
According to the statement, the
U idad Revolucionaria learned t
the Dan ela's n ute "from h ehh
eliable underground sources with-
in Cuba "
Meanwhile. And Meron. man
S mei fin's offici In M
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ETeaders Finish Plans to Honor
leikin at Yeshiva U. Reception
. .......hiiit tf\D CIVTICC D AT.t 1C.1
yiSHIVA'S '81UEPR/NT ron
eaders ol Y*sMva Uni- o
. Greater Mtarrtl Uu* >
pleting Pinna for re-
. 'm,rinu Dr. Samuel Bel
al the Fonta.ne-
.,., ;il g p.m., Tuesday.
with Max .1 Ktra. chair-;
goar(i f Trustees of
.". oldest and largest uni-
.,!,.,- Jewish auspices, is
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I f.he board lor more than U)
ears.
Founder and former president
and board chairman of the Circle
Wire and Ceble" Corp., Furst has
beer a generous endower of ed-
ucation throughout his life. He
gave Yeshiva University SI ,000,-
000 in 1962 to advance its "Blue-
print for the Sixties" develop-
ment program.
The university, in his honor,
named the first bUUdiHg, a class
room and administration building,
erected under this construction
program the Sol and Hilda Furst
Hal!
Local leaders of Yeshiva I'niver-
*ity, including Leo'Robinson. Jack
i Popick, J. A. Cantor. Samuel C.
Levenson, K Williams Apte. l>i
doie Goldberg, Mrs. Louis QUtser
ao meet with Dr. Belkin and Ktra
(Juring their visit here.
Abraham Zeltrf, director of de-
velopment of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, has established temporary
offices for the Tuesday reception
in Suite 204, One Lincoln Road
Bldg., Miami Beach.
Di Belkin will discuss the future
oi education and of the university
at the Fonrainebleau meeting, at
which dietarj laws will be ob-
served
ZOA Breakfast For Israel Bonds
Off. BHKIN
MAX ITRA
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pla> host to Dr. Sam-
oi Florida Atlantic
in Tuesday. p.m at
St
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ak on The Warren
specialist in mod-
.,n hlstorj and 20th
history Acting
the History Depart-
university, Dr. Port-
i Klonda from New Jer-
taught for three
; state College
: ih Intercultural
mittee there, he
I tented the college
oi international al
he taught i>'
iiali Colli ee in Penn-
he was chairman
academic program ol Klonda At
!, ntic University.
Dr Pbitnoy took his Bachelor's
and Doctor's decrees at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin at Madison
.mil Ids Master's at the Universtt)
oi Chicago lie is a graduate of
the elementary and high school
das-.-, ol the I. L I'eret/ Work
men's Circle Schools in New York.
Part if the bi-monthly lecture
series of the school this evening
i ids. recording secretary "t the
school Board ol Directors
I. L. Kenen Will
Address ZOA
Southeast Region
Leon May. of Nashville. Tenn..
president of the Southeast Region
>i the Zionist Organization of
AmeHcai has announced that the
execfttive director of the Ameri-
can Zionist Committee for Public
Affairs. I. L. Kenen. of Washing
on, D.C., will be guest speaker at
i luncheon of the winter meeting
it the Board of Governors ol the
loutfteasl Region ZOA.
The meeting will take place at
ii a.m., Sunday morning, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, when repre-
entatives from the six state South-
east Region will gather here t"
run hut the affairs of the organi-
zation.
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Tem-
ple Sinai, Hollywood, chairman
of the Board of Governors, will
preside at the business sessions.
The luncheon, which will also
take place at the Fontainebleau,
will start at 1 p.m. and is open to
the public.
Kenen will bring a special mes-
sage t" the luncheon regarding
the current political situation in
'he Middle East and details be-
hind the German-United Arab Re-
public deal regarding arms ship-
ment to Israel
The American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee, which Kenen
heads, works in Washington to
promote economic assistance to
Israel and a Middle East peace
settlement He has been executive
director of the committee since
p>:>4
Members of the Zionist Organ
ization of America have been in-
vited to a national ZOA breakfast
for Israel Bonds on Friday, 9:15
a.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel
to plan intensified participation in
the Israel Bond drive.
The breakfast is being held in
conjunction with the 1965 interna-
tional inaugural conference lor Is
rael Bonds, meet in u at the Fon-
tainebleau from Friday through
Sunda> to launch a worldwide
drive to sell SIOO.OOO.O(H) in Israel
Bonds this year to aid Israel's
progress "I economic development
Rabbi Max Nussbaum, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, will be the principal
speaker at the ZOA breakfast.
Mortimer May, past president of
the ZOA, is chairman of the cam-
paign for the breakfast. Ellis
Goodman, national ZOA Israel
Bond chairman, will preside at
the event.
Other foremost national leaden
who will participate in the break-
fast include Max Bressler. nation-
al chairman ol Guardians tor Is
rael Bonds, president of the Jewish
National Fund, and past president
of the ZOA; Rabbi Irving Millar,
past president of the ZOA: Dr. Jos-
eph J. Schwartz, vice president of
the Israel Bond Organization; and
Dr. Morton Bobbins, associate
chairman of the National Execu-
tive Council of the ZOA.
Noted leaders of the Greater
Miami area who will take part
in the ZOA breakfast include Jack
Popick and Louis Kudnick
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Brotherhood Week
Being Launched Here
National Brotherhood Week will
be observed from Feb. 21 to 28.
G eater Miami is proud that the
lionwide fes-tival is beinq launch-
: on the occasion of our commun-
: s Brotherhood Dinner next Mon-
rj y nigh' at the Fontainebleau Ho-
le. (See Sec. C).
Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, nation-
Volume 38 m"""1* 8
Friday. Feburary 19. 1965
17 Adar 5725
ol president of the National Confer-
e ce of Christians and Jews, will be
the
. re tor the occasion to deliver
ncipal address.
We take this opportunity to join
G eater Miami in a salute to *his
ir'u Brotherhood Award winners:
E:'shop Coleman F. Carroll, of the
?! am. Diocese; Joseph M. Lipton,
president of Dade Federal Savinqs
d Loan Association; and Georqe
5 Storer. chairman of the Storer
r. Dadcastinq Company.
Each has over the years demon-
:ted his contributions to *he ideals
c: the NCCJ observance throuqh his
c vie, professional and reliqious ac-
tivities.
Brotherhood Week reiterates the basic dem-
: atic beliefs upon which this nation is found-
ed: the freedom of opportuni'y for every man
tc fulfill the potential of his capabilities without
regard to race, religion or creed.
Brotherhood Week, in effect, is democracy
cl work. Let each of us strive toward the tul-
..merit of 'hese beliefs and this program of hu-
rt, an activity by extending the spirit of the
cr.nual NCCJ observance to a year-round way
c; life.
Israel Bond Inaugural
Some 2.000 persons will gather in Miami
reach this weekend lor the national inauqural
.;.iference of the State of Israel Bond Organi-
zation.
The conference at the Fontainebleau Hotel
v..il launch the 1965 campaign for the sale of
S i 30.000.000 in Israel Bonds.
A stellar array of personalities will take
rc:rt In the 'hree-day conference. Vice Pres-
idenl Hubert H. Humphrey will receive the first
H mar. Freedom Award at the inaugural ban-
: uet on Sunday evening.
Guest of honor at the dinner will be Sir
Isaac Wolf son. noted British financier, whose
support of Israel's, economic scientific and re-
>us institutions is leqion.
And Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba
I ban will also be present to offer a comDie-
hensive review of his country's economic de-
velopment throuqh the Israel Bond campaign.
In all, this, year's national inaugural shapes
up as one of the most exciting in the history of
the campaign and i's national conferences
here. Our community is proud once again to
have been chosen as the site of so distinguish-
ed an event.
gages in research and publishes several schol-
arly journals.
In 1961, on the occasion of its 75th anni-
versary, Yeshiva University launched a ten-
year. S65 million "Blueprint for the Sixties''
development program.
The program is a reflection of Dr. Belkin's
own achievements as head of the university.
Under his leadership. Yeshiva's enrollment has
grown from 850 to 6.000, the faculty from 94 to
1,200, the number of constituent schools from
four to 13, and an anual operating budget from
S444.000 to S29.5 million.
The reception Tuesday will honor both Dr.
Belkin and Yethiva University for this note-
worthy proqress in the field of American and
Jewish education.
Tribute to Yeshiva University
National and local leaders of Yeshiva Uni-
versity will gather at the Fontainebleau Hotel
next Tuesday to pay tribu'e to Dr. Samuel Bel-
kin, president of the university.
Dr. Belkin is now in his 21st year as head
of the nation's oldest and largest university un-
cer Jewish auspices. Those attending the func-
tion at the Fontainebleau will pay tribute to
him as a distinguished scholar, author and ed-
ucator.
Yeshiva University currently provides un-
dergraduate and professional studies in the
crts, sciences and Jewish learning leading to
18 different degrees. In addition to its exten-
s.ve *eachina programs Yeshiva conducts a
r.etwork of community service agencies, en-
Succumbing to Blackmail
The State of Israel has refused Bonn's of-
fer of S80 million in lieu of this sum in arms
originally agreed upon. Israel is correct in hei
surmise that neither the money nor the military
equipment can be regarded as lmpor'^nt as
West Germany's knuckling under to Egypt
President Nasser's blackir
Heretofore, the Bonn Go.
some rather proud statements concernin
fact that Nasser ouqht to "unders'and" the Bpe
cial West German-Israel relationship and
should not take offense a! the arms agreement.
That Bonn has in fact knuckled unde:
less a reflection of West Gorman bluster than
a suqges'-.on to Nasser of the extent of his
powers.
The even more interestinq phenomenon
here is another facet of the bluster: Bonn offi-
cials earlier warned Nasser that West Ger-
many would withdraw diplomatic recognition
in the event of Egypt's decision to entertain
Eas* Germany's Walter Ulbricht.
Now that the red carpet has been rolled
ou* in the most provocative fashion possible.
where will Bonn go from here? As one of the
nation's most influential newspapers, the Wash-
ington Post, see it:
"As a symbolic matter. Bonn's posi'ion is
an unhappy one. It may be that West Ger
many has done much to provide material com-
pensation for wartime atrocities, and no doubt
Bonn can not be expected to condition every
aspect of its foreign policy to the memory of
a haunted past. Still, it is true that Germany
is tailoring her policies to the demand of an
Egyptian dictator, who has sworn to destroy the
nation of Israel. Such is -he truth, no matter
how it is rationalized in Germany."
We can not agree with the Washington
Post more. In diplomacy, as in common crime
Did rs have an insatiable thirst
received .
'I'-uree ji ,
When World '
'egiment w^+*
for regrouping in territory occupied by the Soviet Union n ^
from what he calls "the Communist heaven" through I ithu6**''1
den and Portugal. From 1941 to 1945. he served as a m?'^
the Polish Embassy in Washington an achievement that
have been startling enough even if he were not ;i ,i,u
Today, Dr. Lichten is deeply involved in one ol the most
tant tasks of our time: chapter four of the schema on ecu '
which denounces anti-Semitism and clears the Jews
"' 'he dtv,
charge. For years." Dr I.ichten confesses, the Anti-Dala
League was purely a defense agency. But then i> d '*
ago, the ADL began to see defense in terms of education ol
live approach inward the problem of prejudice rathe
fill-waiting one'' With the accent on acting instead u| reactfaa
I.ichten turned to one of his major interests: the I atholic *
and anti Semitism.
Here in Miami last Friday. Dr, I.ichten sat ci rtabU
sola and recalled that "more than ten years ago I iited !f
pott tn the ADL based on the contacts we had begun I .ii>tish Ji
the catholic communit) Dr Lichten might well ;. eased
.i week before, Bishop Ernesl l. Unterkoefler, ol i
addressing the 52nd annual meeting of the ADl. in
dared that the Catholic Church "is committed
every document, textbook and instructional manual 'hat does,
"conform to the spirit oi the Vatican Council's declai i
SMUIHG SUPPORT fOR A STRONG STATEMENT
saihat has happened in the decade between'!
" Dr i.ichten pointed to the five-year itudj oi ant
ducted b) the Survey Research Center at the Universii i
under the auspice- ol the League it was, in facl I
he presented for the persual ol sonic 2,400 Council fat
third ecumenical session In mid-September ot
ii in and .i half months during anil prior to the sess
utive declared that the fathers showed deep concert
the findings oi the stud}
Some had not been aware oi the Serious imp:
|
I al
deicide charge or the fact that church teachings wi
preted to bister anti-Jewish prejudice.'' Dr. Lichten
valion which, despite my wilful suspension of disbch. I I still finej
difficult to understand It nothing else, one has onl; to recafl
fierj sermons of St John Chrysostom to recognize tl the chn
almost from the beginning, recognised the purpose of i
anti-Semitic view.
Nevertheless, this hardly detracts from Dr Lichti
ments with Vatican prelates, American bishops and Europea aL
ilinals. including Keenig. of Austria: Suenens. of Belgium; l.crcafl
of Bologna; and Wyszynski, of Poland, in working t<
statement in the spun oi Pope John XXIII and his su In fact, recalled Dr I.ichten. Cardinal Suenens rejected what I
called -the ecumenism of a smile." favoring instead strong menl on the Jews Not to be outdone, Bishop Zoa of the i
ol African Bishops, assured Dr I.ichten ot his own supiHirl
statement "not only because of our Judaeo-Christian
tage, but because we know how many injustice- how >hharra.i
Catholic world did u< the .lews African Catholics
prejudice and discrimination mean ."
WRONG INTERPRETATION Of PRIMARY SOURCES
QF AMERICAN PRELATES. Dr I.ichten has th.
for then- efforts "Cardinal Cushing, ol Bosti
floor." he said, -to declare How man) .lews suffi
cause ol Christian indifference? Even if there havi
pasl man) Christian voices luted against these n ties lei
voices humbly cry oul now And standing with hin
Hitter and Meyci and Archbishop O'Boyle and \
Let en among others
Dr I.ichten i- .i realist "The document
have imp.m onl) it it i- properly implement) \- sees il
in] the ecumenu al purpose to a n
nd Sundaj set mons [I must also cnl
'*.ues with increasing frequency and snufl oul II I
- imeful libels in historj Bisl I
ion thi ADL's annual meetin i

> to I)i Lichten thai textbooks sen *
al i mdar) sourci What oi the chun h -
irl) the G my | hrysostom, himsell |
spirit ul these men
Realistic once more, Di Lichten replied \ -"
in Cathohi religious belief, and the Gosp< are lertid
'" -ia> Bui the difficult) with these pnman -
they have been subject to wrong interpretations tin [ti(l
turies
NO ULTIMATE DlfflCUlTY fOR THE DOCUMENT
AS DR. LICHTEN sees it. il the Gospels were l ;''
objectively, one could find as many pro-Sen nti-SfB"
sentiments expressed in them Furthermore "il s.
increasingly apparent thai the church must begin more and
to look upon the Old Testament as our mutual sa red hook andi
common heritage "
What the question of interpretation often COI ,0 'L,
Of nuance, in Dr Lichten's view For exampli las ls 3"j
and deliberately recognised as a Jew. But whal about the <**
apostles, all ol whom were also Jewish? Proper historic l*ri}'"~L
here should |. b,.|pfu| in adjusting this kind of clear and literal J
l'i I.ichten doesn't envision any particular difficult) in "J
Ptance ol the Vatican document, although he is quick MJ
.......--.....-.... iiiini'ii^ii <
thai despite mj optimism. I realize many forces are ';
Notably, these include the Arabs, who I.,
al issue oi it A unique, if somewhat laugl v''
i- thai tbo>c bishops voting foi the documenl will r
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Paqe 5 A
rael Refects Bonn Offer of Money
Continued from Pge 1-A
ld conferred in Bonn last week
L Chancellor Ludwig Erh.rd
Dr Gerstenmaier. (A Bonn
,pitch to Kol Israel, the gov-
nment operated radio network,
orted that Mr. Erhard had
Mr. Shinnar that the Gr-
Government's decision
the immediate and final
arms deliveries to Is-
rant
Lit of
el.")
Hoi Mrs Meir reviewed the
fn! developments in Bonn-Is-
relations while Mr. Shinnar
rlcd in detail on his hereto
undisclosed conversations with
Wcsi German leaders, the Cab-
authorized Mr. Eshkol to de-
ilu. Government's official re-
u t,> ihc situation in the Kncs-
iii Monday. Three opposition
es the right-wing Ilerut.
Jberals and the Communists,
> filed motions tor full
lc mi tin- German-Israeli de-
it was stated authori-
let ihc Cabinet meei )
iii.it in. Government would
to iho.se demands foi
. .,, i, h in the Knesset, it
stood, Mr Eshkol would
in, Bonn submission to
.in.ill bj the Cairo Govern-
It had insisted on the
an oi arms shipments to Is-
;i- par) "I it> price lor uith
ij! recognition from Common
.- German.v Mr. Eshkol
! also, it was said, reject
s concept ol withholding arms
areas of tension" a thesis
or ward bj Dr. Gerstenmaier.
.i concept, Eshkol would pre-
blj li ll Parliament, equates
| give Arab stales with
which the Arabs intend to
i)\. bj denying defensive
Mia to Im ael
^servers here pointed out
halting of half of the arms
ients West Germany had
to send to Israel will not
Itly affect Israel's security.
major point at issue, these
^ces hold, is the danger in-
^nt in submission by Bonn to
jrpt's blackmail, which may
linue and spread detrimen-
to the stability of the Mid-
East region.
|i Mr Shinnar, who
|> i. in Jerusalem for
|l ns, immediati 1> after
i' with Chancellor F.r
'i i lei gtenmaier, i- re-
f foi the time being.
i stood that the ques-
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| ill be determined only
fullj i larifies its posi-
n ilir entire issue ol German-
ili relations
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decision to terminate arms ship-
ments to Israel, most of the Is-
raeli newspapers stressed the
gravity of the development and
scored the West German move in
bowing to Egyptian blackmail.
The Histadrut daily, Davar, said
that, while the Israel Government
may not wish to reveal the prac-
tical steps it plans to take until the
extent of Bonn's surrender to Nas-
ser is known, "there is not the
slightest doubt about the gravity
Israel ascribes to the matter."
Bonn's only alternative, the edi-
torial declared, is either to meet
Ihc obligations arising not only
rom the formal agreement but
ilso from its moral duty or else,
lo side, even though unintention-
ally, with Egypt against Israel
Herat, organ of the Ilerut Party,, Party, which called for sober and
said that the development "should
have aroused us from our lethar
gy." It urged Israelis to "unite
in a mighty campaign" against
the open and shameful collabor-
ation by Germany and Egypt for
the destruction of Israel." Bonn's
blow to Israel, the newspaper de-
clared, is pregnant with danger
"if we do not strike hack."
The Liberal Parly daily, Ha-
boker, urged the Israel Govern-
ment to sever relations with
Bonn, declaring that Jerusalem-
Bonn relations "could not con-
tinue, without being normalized
in a manner befitting the rela-
tionship between states."
cautious consideration of Israel's
reaction in view of its serious posi-
tion in the new alignment of pow-
ers in the world and particularly
in the Middle East.
Former Premier David Ben
Gurion confirmed meanwhile that,
in 1960. he and the then West Ger-
man Chancellor Dr. Konrad Aden-
auer entered an agreement at a
meeting in New York for West
German military aid to Israel. Un-
ernment under Chancellor l.udv
Erhard. saying Mr. Erhard "is i
a Nazi, and the present generati
(of Germany) is not Nazi."
told the correspondents also th
if the Arabs carry out their pi
cut intention to divert the he
waters of the Jordan River, "tin
should he a reaction on the pi
of Israel," and affirmed he
"convinced" the United Sta
would help safeguard Israel s
entity.
w
Committee Testimonial

Describing the Bonn decision as
a "spit in the face" for Israel.
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, Addressing a meeting of the For p.m., in the Miami-Dade Cham I
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j.Mr. Ben Gurion not only confirm E. Albert Pallot has announc I
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A more moderate view was i insisted that "it still stands." He testimonial luncheon on Mar. .
voiced in an editorial in Hatzofeh. I pleaded for greater understanding honoring Vice Mayor Mrs Al
organ of the National Religious! of the present West German Gov- Wainw right.
Joseph E. Brooks, Jerry Blank,
William S. Ruben, Milton Weiss
know that Hanna Gold needs a meal
to survive. That's why
they're going to ask you to
help get one to her.
Now!
These men are painfully aware oi the people all over
the world to whom a meal is the difference between
desolation and the will to strive. Being human beings,
they are deeply sincere in their desire to help...being
businessmen, they employ the most efficient method
ol providing their help. Their dedication inspires
the business community to support the Combined
Jewish Appeal, making it possible for CJA to pur-
chase lood for Hanna Gold and retrain lost people
like 80-year-old Joseph Berg.
Each day 10:1.000 people are led with CJA dollars
thai come from the efforts ol businessmen like living
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Friday, Febrmgy |
Hospital Nme Sidney Meyer
Installation of Temple Zamora's officers and
board members will take place Sunday, 8
p.m., at the Temple, 44 Zamora Ave. Ainslee
Ferdie. new president, heads 'he list of officials
to assume their posts. Rabbi Her6hel Brooks,
spiritual leader, will give the invocation and
deliver the address. Standing (left to right!
crre Sidney H. Palmer, Herman Doualass,
Arthur Deutsch. Israel Kussner, Leon Honig,
Ben Cohen, Louis Alweiss. Louis C h a r t o r,
Charles Fidelman, Mac Marko. Seated (left to
righ" are Morns Moskowitz, Rabbi Hershel
Brooks. Stanley Silvern. Ainslee Ferdie, pres-
ident. Lt. Col. Harold Shuman. Ruth Silvern,
and Hilbert Leavitt.
Gotham Rapped for Memorial Veto
Continued from Page 1-A
$1,000,000. 40 ft. high concrete
sculpture, ior which funds would
ho collected by the Warsaw Ghetto
Resistance Organization, which
has an office in New York. It
would have two scrolls bearing in-
scriptions of episodes of Jewish
ma.tyrdom and the names of
V. iith camps and sites of Jew-
ish resistance. This work \\uulcl
ha\e been cast bj Nathan Kappa-
port, the artist who designed toe
memorial on view at the site of
the Warsaw Ghetto in the Polish
tal.
Tne second memorial was otter-
ed by the Artur Zygelboim Me-
morial Committee to honor the
Polish Jewish leader who commit-
ted suicide in London in 11)43 alter
l< fining that the Nazis had finally
smashed all Jewish resistance in
the Warsaw Ghetto. Mr Kappa
port designed this work als,,
Si 'old Morris. New York Citj
.- Commissioner, said that the
1 m mission had acted <>n the I ..
Tel Aviv Official
Is Miami Visitor
Zeev F. Estreicher. council
i i : : v \ municipality an i di-
rector of Korei Pub-
lish! : and Suburban Settlement
y. one of Israel's la
Is (if
real estate devi arrived
in Miami this week to speak at
th>- Algiers Hotel >; Thursdaj at
> 0 p.m.. in conjunction with Mrs.
Frances Nu>baum American rep-
resentative of the Neve A Re-
tin ment Plan.
- -
Estreichei settli ii lestine in
He was to the
25th Zionist Congress in i960 At
present, aside from his municipal
duties, he is res for the
management of many companies
..lated with Rassco, Israel, a
government sanctioned develop-
ment organization responsible ior
many diversified activities in the
gp Ui of Israel.
Estreicher, who lives in Tel Avn
i- married and has I daughters
.'] and two grandchildren.
sis of a letter written by Eleanor
Platt. a sculptor member of the
Commission, disapproving of the
plans ior both memorials The let-
ter said that the figure in the Zy-
gelboim sculpture "is depicted in
so tragic a posture that it does not
m to be appropriate for loca-
tion on park land intended for rec-
reation and relaxation "
She wrote that it did not seem
"desirable to confront children
with a sculpture of such distres-
sing and honifying signifi-
cance." The City Parks Depart-
ment described the proposed
work as "a bronze figure en-
gulfed in thorns and flames,
sharply leaning to the front as if
about to fall; emerging from the
inferno are heads and hands call-
ing to humanity for rescue."
Miss Platt criticized the Warsaw
Ghetto monument as excessively
and unnecessarily large." She
added that: '"even if it were to be
-mailer and in better taste, artis-
tically. I believe that by approving
it and the Zygelboim sculpture,
we wo-,,id set a h i grettable
prece The Warsaw Ghetto
its members bad pledged
.aid tin- cost il the
monument.
Mr. Morris declined comment
on the Commission but
I he understood that two senti-
ment- were expressed at the Jan.
28 n One was that a city
park w..s not a place "for remind-
people of anything so unpli -
ant." and the other that "monu-
ments in the park.- should be limit-
ed to events ol American history.''
He conceded that there was a
an of Arc in one citj
oar!;, and one ol Kin. .!. gii Ho of
15th centurj Poland in another
Ni York Slate Sen Paul Book-
a Manhattan Democrat, head
nsel for I lance -roup.
denounced the d and -aid
the monument commemoratinc:
the Warsav Ghetto struggle will
ilt "
The Workmen's Circle urged
the Mayor to call a public hear-
ing to determine whether mem-
bers of the Commission "should
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not be reversed and censured"
It called the decision one reflect-
ing a "callous disregard of trag-
ic historic events."
Sen Book son ehallengi
cision. said that "the people who
have given their lives in the strug-
gle for freedom have won the nht
to be memorialized in the City of
New York and the City will have
this monument." He charged that.
when representatives of the re
sistance uroup tried to meet with
the commission two month- ago
a representative "refused to meet
with the organization "
Si.lues Meyer, local linanoier
and civic leader has been select
hildren's Hospital
I. -v God
e with ihe pediatric center
-inc. it- inception in 1949. Meyei
.,. the pace in the current
campaign with a pledge of
tli 000
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Meyer as our first Honorary God-
fatherr.ot only for his leader-
ship in cur $5.5 million drive, but
also in recognition of his many
years of service to Variety." said
F. William Burke, president.
Meyer became the charter found-
,. of the Honorarj Godfather's
t ,uli. to be made up ol local busi-
ness executives, entertainment
stars and loaders La industry R"
philanthropy who donate SI 0.000 or
more to the hospital.
At present Meyer Is a member
of Variety- Board oi Trustee-
having bejd the posi ol vice presi-
dent H< t mwnber of the L'ni-
k( 5itj Miami Citizens' Board, the
Eaton Foundation, and the Miami
ry Club
He is chairman ol the board ol
West' iev Country Club and a pasl
presj leni I both the An'. Dela-
mati U ague Flori la Region.
Bi yshore Property owners
\.. is also served on
thi Board ol Trustees at Jackson
Mi rial H si
Among other civic and humani-
tarian organiiations in which
Meyer has been active are Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, American Jewish Com-
mittee, and the Miami and Stan-
dard Clubs.
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Le'y-intensified Dial-a-Thon program to be held early in
|l965 CIA campaign has been announced. David B. Flee-
.ce president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
v.. :he proper telephone technique for individual solicita-
b keeping with the Dial-a-Thon program, the Women's
B.c.i has already appointed Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg and
Sol Goldstein to head its "Phone-a-Gift" program.
Jesuits Urge Soviet Protest
NEW YoltK(JTA)-A call for
';i united world protest" against
Soviet anti-Semitism was issued
n iv !'< \V,.pk by America, an in -
fluential Jesuit wceklj Such ;i
>r "i.-* the lies! moans to stay the
hand of the would-be invader oi
human rights."
The Ami" ica editoi ial v .1 en.
Jtled "Plight of the Soviet .lews."
and noted that a plaque protest-
an against Soviet anti-Semitism
v is unveiled recently in front of
ih" synagogue of Congregation
Zichron Ephraim, across the street
from the building in this city
ch.ch houses the United Nations
missions from the Soviet Union,
Byelorussia and I'krainia.
"It is a matter of semantics,''
declared America, "whether So-
viet administrative policy to-
wards its Jewish citizens is to be
labeled 'persecution' or 'dis-
crimination.' The portents are
grim enough "
America recapitulated the vari-
ous facts known about the tragic
situation of Russian Jewry, and i\>-
dared: "Catholics have had in
the past decades ample reason to
know what persecution means and.
S the same token, to appreciate
helping hand ol a Friend. The
plight ol the Jews in the Soviet
Union should and does concern
.1 nolics -- and not Jews only.
Human libertj is indivisible."
The New York Herald Tribune,
n an art'ele by columnist Dick
Shaap quoted the press officer for
he Sovii l deli gation to the United
Nations, dlkhaii Antipov, as saj
ing that the plaque facing his mis-
sion's headquarters is "violent"'
and "insulting." Mr. Antipov sta-
ted: We have no problem with the
Jewish people in the Soviet Union,
10 problem at all."
A dispatch received in London
from Moscow reported that sev-
eral Moscow rabbis issued a
statement declaring that there
would be more than enough mat-
zoh for Russian Jews this Pass-
over. The rabbis were quoted
as saying that no matioh ship-
ments woulr1 be needed by Soviet
Jews this year, and declared
that American rabbis who
thought otherwise had been
"profoundly misled."
Sources in New York said that
the Soviet authorities, stung by
worldwide criticisms against their
anti-Semitic policies, are forcing
the rabbis to issue such state
ments.
Actavti Yeshurun
Carnival Saturday
a carnival and bazaar, sponsor-
ed by Temple A lali Yeshurun. is
slated for Saturda) starting at 10
a.m.
Mrs. Madeline Prank is chair-
ing the even) tor the third consecu-
tive year.
The clay will include refresh-
ments, rides and games, with en-
tertainment by Banjo Billy and
Captain Jack.
In charge "I tickets is Mrs. D.
Shulman.
Vend in '65 Appeal
Is Up... Up... Today
|n p
On I
Irving I.ehrman. general chairman, announced Ibis week
e combination ot meetings ot residents, homes and trades
first report showed a 21 peri cut increase in support of the
lign, bringing over S40.1XH) in added support to the 1969
.red Jewish Appeal.
meetings and the
>' breakdown of these initial campaign
ITCi "tage increases over HMJ4 is as lollows:
Imperial Hou.se 23',
Crystal House 35'.
Morton Towers 46'.
Hay Harbor 48'
Accountants 9'..
West view Country Club 17
Women's Division 11''
i a pacesetter." declared Dr. I.ehrman "Get
in on a
;mg. li s a good time to sign up for >our increased pledge."
rband Plans CJAppeal Meet
|i "n Branch of the Far-
} I Zionist Organization
Ul i ail members of the
| lo see the 1965 United
f- >peal iilm. 'Telex trom
*x- "ii Thursday, Feb. 25.
i the Farbaad Center in
LBIi stone Hotel.
' nbers of the community
I
llumnist Will
teak Monday
>rfi Miami Beach Cultural;
put will present Sydney J.;
Bs noted syndicated columnist. J
[discussion of 'The Dilemmas j
odt rn Man" on Monday. 81
in the Citj Hall Auditorium. |
>' Donahay, chairman of the]
1 said that a reception
Itow the talk in the Summit
irth floor ot City Hall.
are invited to be guests ol Far-
band at the event, before which
Arthur S. Hosichan, executive di-
ret tor of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will speak follow-
ing the film.
Hosichan recently returned from
a trip to Israel and Europe, where
he saw at first-hand the work made
possible by contributions to Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in support of'
the United Jewish Appeal and its
agencies overseas.
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Friday. February 19
Israel Bonds in $100 Million Drive
Continued from P*g 1-A
lj identified with the upbuilding ol
) ael.
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
prey will receive the first Hu-
man Freedom Award at the Is-
i ael Bond inaugural dinner this
fjnday evening, which climaxes
ne conference.
Guest of honor at the dinner will
be Sir Isaac Wolf son. noted British
financier and supporter of Israel's
economic, scientific and religious
institutions.
Another important participant
n-iU be Abba Eban. the Deputy
Prime Minister of Israel, who will
present to the conference a com-
prehensive review ol Israel's ><>
noinic position and the continu n
importance of participation by
Jews throughout the free world in
the Israel Bond campaign.
The conference signals the
opening of a worldwide cam-
paign for the sale of a record
lOttl of S100 million in Israel
Bonds during 1965. This quota
represents one-third of Israels
development budget of $300 mil.
lion for the expansion of indus-
trial production, the construction
of housnyi in development areas,
the exploitation of natural re-
sources, and the creation of jobs
for new immigrants.
Last year, the Israel Bond drive
resulted in the unprecedented total
.,i 585.380 350 in sales The goal
for '.he year had ben, S85.000.000.
.mil this was the first time since
Israel became a state that any
major financial effort in its behall
achieved an annual quota
The conference will open Fridaj
with a luncheon at the Fontaine
bleau, launching the 1965 cam
paign of the National Women's Di
vision of the Israel Bond Oraani-
iiaugural confi
the National Board of ft
ors; Ira Ouilden, 0f New"**
national chairman 0f
Bonds.
zation. Speakers w.ll include Mrs. tJJ^^.l!' '**!
Abba Kb'an and Lady Edith Wolf- Jggg d]
ion. w.th Mrs. Jan Peerce. chair-
man of the division, presiding.
A special feature of the luncheon
will be the international premiere
Ol the Civenchy Israel Fashion Col-
lection, presenting designs by lead-
ing French and Israeli couturiers.
Commentator will be Besa Myer
son, who was recently named co-
chairman "i the Women's Dii Ision
I the Greater New York campaign
ii : Bonds
V dinner sessioi "ill be held on
Sati i evening for members ol
tional Israel Boi Organiza-
. Board i i Governors and Is-
rael Bond community chairmen
trom over 150 cities throughout
the free world
Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria,
III., national campaign chairman
of the Israel Bond Organization,
is serving as chairman of the
conference. Co-chairmen are
Col. Jacob M. Arvey, honorary
chairman of the Israel Bond
drive in Chicago; Louis H. Boy
ar, of Los Angeles, chairman of
Abraham Feinberg, presides?
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice okSJI
Morris W. Berinstcin Jl
chairman of Trustees; Ma" pi
ler. national chairman i'.'a!!*|
iana; Julian B Venezk)' I
chairman for Regions; ari of1
Harris, natioi al ch ,
ada.
The
mazes a month-loi
the enrollment
chasers ol Israi
among visitors to
ami area Spe.
have been WOl
ership oi Mi Rotl berg ar,j 3
conference mm haii
rollmenl ol rael
in the following h.......
Negev Tru-te. $15,000 ot m
Trustees ($10.01.....i more); \
Builders ($4,500 or more); B
ers ($3,000 or mine N'egevC
tans (men$1,500 oi mo i
Sponsors (women >iK)orn>
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Award Recalls Ancient
Heroism at Masada
Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey will receive the first
-luman Freedom Award at the international inaugural con-
erence for Urael Bonds on Sunday evening at the Fontaine-
oleau Hotel. The award consists of a medallion mounted on
a stone from the ancient fortress of Masada in Israel, the las'.
ewish stronghold to fall in the Roman conquest of Palestine
:,900 years ago. Besieged by 6.000 Roman leqionairres, the
entire complement ol 960 Jewish men, women and children at
vlasada committed suicide, preferring to die as free men
ather than to live in captivity.
Col. and Mrs, Arvey Host Chicagoans
For Israel Bond Inaugural Conference
Col and Mrs Jacob \l Arvej
ere to be hosts at an inaugural
.11 and candlelight dinner for Chi-
ragoans visiting the Greater Mi-
ni area on Thursday, 7 p.m., at
e Fontaii ebleau Hotel
The ball was to mark the ii stal
n ol Rabbi Ralph Simon, gen.
. ; is hi the 1965 campaign i I the
i reater Chit ago Committee
. tate oi Israel Bonds, Some 200
lends oi Col. and Mrs Art ej
ere ( xpected I" be present.
The Chic/jo inaugural ball
vdb to be held in conjunction
vith the international inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds
meeting in Miami Beach from
Feb. 19 to 21 to launch a cam-
paign to sell $100 million in Is-
rael Bonds during 1965. The ball
was to mark the formal launch-
ing of the Chicago campaign
-or Israel Bonds, whose official
goal is S7,500 000 for 1965.
Fur the past fivi j eai -. the Chi-
cago isi ael Bond drive has i
ed its goal each year, In 1!6'4.
when the Chica o got I was $3,250.-
000, a total ol S6.7OO.O00 in Israel
Bonds was sold there
At the inaugural bah special
anno m< enl w a to be madi i
he nan......I i oans who
i ame ["rustec* pun hasers o $10
or mine ii. Israel Bonds for
1965
Leadi in the in-
augural ball were to include Dr
Joseph .' Si hvi irtz, vice presi-
dent ot the Israel B< nd O
tion, and Louis ll Boyar, chair
man oi us Board of Governors
Foremosl Chicagoans taking part
include William McFetridge, vice
president of the AFL-CIO, and
Judge Abraham I.. MarowitZ Col.
Arvey is honorary chairman of
the Israel Bond drive lor Chicago.
The Human Freedom Award,
consisting of a medallion mounted
on a stone from the ancient fort-
ress of Masada. the last Jewish
stronghold to fall to the Roman-
1.9U0 years ago, will be presented
to Vice President Hubert II. Hum-
phrey at the international inaug-
ural dinner for Israel Bonds at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday
evening. The award will be pre
sentcd by Abraham Feinberg. of
.New York, president ol the Israel
Bund Organization.
The dinner will climax three
days ol sessions devoted to plan
ning the 1965 campaign for the
worldwide sale of Israel Bonds
More than 2.0no Jewish leaders
from the I'nited States and Can
ada will join in honoring the Vice
President. The citation of the
award reads
"The Human Freedom Award,
presented to the Hon Hubert H
Humphrey, the Vice President "t
the United states, whose life has
Ik en ;: enl.-eel ateil example Ol ite
votion to human freedom :i- the
i k ol our demo
i quality. liberty and
justice for all
The lh.man Freedom Vward re-
calls the historic stand made for
freedom by a group ol 980 Jews at
Masada in the year ":i C.E. Ac-
cording to the contemporary his-
torian, Flavins Josephus, an army
ot ti.tuxi Romans laid siege to Ma
sada, which was the last fortress
to fall in the conquest of Pales
tine, when all hope of defeating the
Romans laded, all of the 900 men.
women and children committed
suicide, prefering to die as free
men rather than to live as slaves
ir Human captivity. Since that
time, Masada has been one of the
historic symbols of the Jewish sac
rifice for liberty
Recent areheological diggings at
Masada. which is located near the
Dead Sea. have confirmed the de-
tails of this Stor> of heroism
Ten members ()f the Masada
group were chosen by lot to kill
then 950 comrades Then one of
the ten was chosen to kill the
othet nine, and having done that.
he took his own life I hen were
onlj five sttrvh ors when the Ro
into Masada
'ere two i 'men and
three small children who had hid-
den in the ea.i to escape the t ite
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Great*
Leaders
By MAX LERNER
Hadassah in New Projects
Except on the theorj that President Johnson maj have had more
an a cold, and maj thus have wanted to kc'p Vice President Hum
irey at home, it is hard i<> undawtawl h> imeriea was represented
the Churchill funeral by ;i judge and ;> diplomat, rather than >
litical figuae of top standing. True, Eh-unt Bhumbewer was there.
it he went as a private citizen and an oM comrade-in-arms, and (as
e put it in his TV tributej he had "no charter" to speak for America
ho can doubt that it was a mistake to leave America's greaj role In
c storms that shook Churofaiil's life so drafelp unfulfilled al his deaths
* +
There have been drastic chances since Churchill's aenerafien in
.e conditions under which the leaders ol nations must operate. The
w lethal weapon- represent our change, Churchill'! en< ra'iou still
rested on the assumption that a nation could newer have too much
iwer. Today we are learning how unusuable the absolute power
1 the great weapons is. except in making it just as unusable for the
ncniy. Yet Churchill, who studied the relation of weapons to power
"II his life, would be as much at home with the newest missiles as with
il dreat'.naughts and planes. War technology chances, and it under-
its many accepted attitudes among national leaders: but it does net
lange the qualities needed for greatness in men and nations.
Churchill was deeply a nationalist His quarrels with his allies
ith de Gaulle, Roosevelt. Stalin. Eisenhowerwere great quarrels.
I e feared and mistrusted Stalin: he was furious about rie Gaulle, even
hile respecting his championship of French interests: he had a great
bonhomie with Roosevelt, but it was mostly shew, for deep underneath
the two men disliked each other and had different world views: he cou-
riered some of Eisenhower's war decisions disastrous. In great meas-
re the proposals he pushed, so often at variance with theirs, were
ictated by his passion for the survival and greatness of his people.
Yet he did see much farther than this nationalism. In our time
le national interests of many nations are scrambled together, and it
therefore the imperative of our time that their national sovereignties
inst also be scrambled together. Scrambled sovereignty, or if you
ish poolen sovereignty, will mark the generations ahead. Churchill
: limpsed this, and although he didn't like what he glimpsed, he tran-
i-ended the limits of his own time. He was one of the greatest of the
arly Eropeanists the dreamers, it not the architects, ol the new j
Europe He was also one of the early Atlanticists who theught in
erms of the common culture of the past on both sides of the Atlantic,
. nd the imperative common decisions of the future. Curiously there
a- no war within him between these principles of nationalism. Ku-
ipeanism. Atlanticism He fused them by the glow of his imagination. 1
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Perhaps one of the greatest challenges to the leaders today is how
deal with ideological conflicts, along with power struggles. It is
generally believed that Churchill, as an ojd Tory, was allergic to the
Age of Ideology. But was he? Tie fumbled badly with the meaning
1 Mussolini and Franco. Yet he understood the practical consequences
I Hitler's ideas as no other Englishman. He knew better than Hoose-
elt what the Russians were driving at during the war. He tried to
unify the Western power-camp in the face of the Communist postwar
1 rust.
The great leader today, in an era when the ideologies seem (except
>r the case of China) to be waning, will still need the feel both for
Ower and lor the intangibles of ideas which Churchill combined, The
Id Tory was neither as old nor as Ton as he seemed. Or perhaps the
loral is that greatness in leaders cuts across labels like Tory and La-
ir, liberal and conservative, and reaches to a man's intelligence, his
sion. and his fiber as a person.
What counts is less the kind of program a man spells out than
hether he can combine what is so rarely found in the same man: a
mgh-miiidedness that leaves him unfooled amidst the cant and rhetoric
I his day: and the antennae which make him feel out the secret chords
lut move men. and in discovering them discover also how to make
len bear a little more than they can bear, and do a good deal more
an they can do.
* *
The great ritual drama of Churchill's funeral was the right and
1 evitablc- end to a life so much of which was rooted in ritual. Some
ay question the long-drawn-out pomp of the state funeral at a time
hen the British should be bustling to resolve their payments drain
nd their crisis in production costs. Yet what ritual does is to give the
>ople a sense of being bound together by something other than imme-
late pursuits, of having heroes and of having also a cause the heroes
lought great enough to strain for. of disaster avoided, crises lived
rough, victories gained. Hell and Heaven made tangible in people's
es. hope proved not absurd.
Ritual does not mirror great events: it makes a people capable of
em. Great leaders dei the same. As T. S. Eliot put it somewhere
wut Shakespeare s meat character creations: they are not copies of
. but we of them.
Continued from Page 1-A
American firms rejecting the Arab
bovcott practices: urged that Uni-
ted Slates foreign aid be given
onlj to countries using such assls
ance for peaceful, economic pur-
poses and lauded President John-
son's message to Congress in sup
purt of a new immigration bill thai
would eliminate the national ori-
:; is quota -. stem,
Vli Rose !.. Halprio, chairman
>f the American Section of the
lewisb Agency for Israel, told the
1 es that the World Zionist
movement had set itself the task
ol reaching those Jews in free so
,!,'.- who we're denying their
.Tewishness "by their apathy and
their ignorance."
A former president of Hadas-
sah, Mrs. Halprin said that such
apathy and igrerance was "de-
ttroyino Judaism from within."
She added that the focussing by
the 26th Worlc' Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem in January on
problems of Jewish rommunities
outside of Israel "signifies that
the Zionist movement must now
com.
penetrate into the field of
munal activity and that it
lend its strength to bral similation." *
Dr. Miriam K Freund, Ha,|at 1
Zionist Affairs Committee
man and past president
similation was "the lai
identification and commit
Calling the Zionist m< vem<
liberation movement ol I he I
people." she said the
"lowing,
must seek to meet tin
of our time and the
ing a guiding force
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NCCJ President is Renowned Educator
DR. 1WIS JONES
The national president ol the
National Conference ol Christians
and Jews will come to Miami Beach
tn kick uif the countrywide ob-
servance ol Brotherhood Week
i.e.m Feb. -'] tin ugh 28 rhis will
mark the lirsl time thai Greater
Miami has been selected to launch
Brotherhood Week
Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, chiel
executive ol the NCCJ, will speak
uf the 13th annual Brotherhood
Dinner <>f the Florida Region ol
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews on Monday night
at the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
Announcement of Dr. Jones'
visit was made Saturday by Jonn
R. Ring, dinner chairman. Ring
Minister Threatens He'll
Quit in Limitations Tiff
Continued from Page 1-A
I ..km separate actions, the
l,. German Cabinet decision to
i ii. May a outofl date
. pin-,union d! Nazi war
I
\smnii.lv 'I ec I a ration
| | thai the West Gorman de-
li, involved issues of an inter-
I | character and that the
[ application ol the stat-
oi i n itations was the conoern
,, ,i Wesl Germanj but ol
hi whole international conunun-
\-Minbly said that adop
i [Hi -; Germany oi the Uni-
, \ ms Genocide Convention
pnl mi ,1 lhat the Nazi war
rerc crimes according to
i, iional law, Therefore, the
declared, the prevention
\\ rosei iiH.n ol such crimes
i,i international legal duty
state and no state could
this dut) by "appeal-
: u inlet nal law
Dr. Lavoslav Kadelburg, pres-
ident of the Federation of Jewish
|C immunities, distributed the
rfederition statement to the for-
tii pieis in Belgrade. The
si nent s.^id the decision "can-
it jnd will not change the
character of crimes unprece-
dented in histoiy, nor will it
minimize for world public opin-
ion the responsibility of those
Iwho carried them out. Interna-
tional opinion is still horrified by
|the momentousness and massive-
ly, of Nazi war crimes.
i 'hi na nc ol the decimated
i Jewish community, the
> di mands urgently the
k leration ol the decision."
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Significant sections of the Ital-
ian press featured this week arti-
cles opposnm West Germany's
plans to cut oil prosecution.-- ot war
criminals after Ma) 8 An article
in Avanti. influential Socialist
daily, askc.i whether German
agreement to let it.- statute ot lim
itations go into effect would mean
that even Hitk-r could go nee it he
should return after May H
Thousands of po>tcanls calling
upon the West German Parliament
ti. extend tie- statute ol limitations
were lii in.: circulated :>> the Jew
,-.i Youth Federation ol Italj The
cards are addressed to Dr Eugene
Gcrstenmaicr, president ol the
Bundestag, Germany's lower house
ol Parliament, urging the house to
extend the statute
said the NCCJ president's talk
here will serve as the national
keynote address for Brotherhood
Week. This year's observance
will be the 30th anniversary of
(lie cciebi ation, which tradition-
ary centers around George Wash-
ington's birthday.
For cighl years pi..... to becom
th. ;n sidenl of the National
k oi rcrencc in 1958, Dr Jones head-
ed Rutgers University and super
vised .t- rco ganization into a state
university. From mi" to nr>i. ho
was president of the Universitj
ot Arkansas, and from 1932 until i
1947. he was at Bennmuton Col-
lege, Yt.. first as professor of eco-
nomics and subsequently, tor six
years, as president.
An expert in mediation, arbitra-
tion and labor-management con-
ciliation he gave much of his time
during the period of World War u
to the work of the War Labor
Hoard, of which he was a member.
His major as>iynment was the set
Cement of labor disputes in war
industries in New Kngland. He
later served on the President's
Commission on Higher Education,
the President's Commission on Wa
Former Beachite
Wins Contest
\ Mstant Attorney General Ger-
ald Mager took first place in a
statewide. Jaycee-sponsored gov-
ernmental affairs essay contest.
lii- essay, "The Right to Court-
-i I," will he entered in the national
governmental affairs essay eon-
test. Prize for the winning essay
:s a free trip to Washington, I) C .
in attend a national governmental
affairs seminar Feb. 28 through
Mar. 5.
Intensive Care
Unit Completed
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has
announced that construction is now
completed of the new Intensive
I are I nit on fie sixth floor.
President Harry L. Lewis said
the nine hed section will be reserv-
ed specially tor post-recovery pa
tients who -till require definite
medical and nursing attention.
The intensive care will now be
available tor major surgical cases
follow my their release from recov-
ery, thereby eliminating the need
fur private nurses around the clock.
Mayer is on the Board ot Direc-
tors of the Tallahassee .laycees
He is chairman of the Governor's
[nteragency Committee on Mental
Hetardation.
He is the son of Rev. and Mrs
Morris Mager, 1725 .lames Avc.,
Miami Beach He and his wife.
Curly, have two sons. Mare and
Scott.
tcr Resource Policy ami the Board
i.; For< ign Scholarships,
In 1956, he undertook a special
mission lor the United state- Sen
ate to investigate foreign aid in
South Asia, visiting India. Pakis-
tan, Afghanistan and Ceylon.
Dr. Jones is a former trustee
of the Brookings Institute and a
raft oresident of the American
Association of Land Grant Col-
leges and State Universities. He
has served on many educational
German Court
Ends Hearing
In Israel
TEL AVIV (JTAi The (irst
hearing in Israel by a West Ger-
man court receiving testimony in
a Nazi war crimes trial ended here
this week in an Israeli courtroom
under the Israel national emblem
and in the presence of an Israeli
magistrate.
The court officials, consisting of
the judge and trial attorneys. Hew
to Israel from Dusseldorf to hear
evidence against It) former person-
nel of the Trcblinka murder camp.
The unique hearing, was decided
on because two Trcblinka surviv-
ors. Mrs. Bronca Sucko and Yaa-
COV Domb, were unable to go to
Dusseldorl because of ill health.
Both are receiving medical treat-
ment
Mrs. Sucko testified that Kurt
Franz, the Treblinka comman-
dant, whipped a Jewish boy to
death. Asked ty the West Ger-
man judge H. Bach, what else
she remembered of her Treb-
linka experences, she could only
reply: "I remember bodies. I
remember the horrible stench of
burning bodies."
committees, including regiona
accrediting boards, the America l
Council on Education, the Assc
ciation of American Colleges an -
others. From 1932 to 1956, he wa :
a member of the Board of Tru .
tees, and from 19S4 fo 1956 wa .
chairmar rf the Education.'
Testing forvice.
He holds honorarj Doctor ol l
from Reed College. Prim
ton University ol Massachusel
and an h in irarj Doctor of Humai
Letter-, from Lafayette Universii
Theme ot this year's Brother.ho
Week is "Democracy at Work
According to Dr. Jones' nation
announcement of the observant
Brotherhood in action equals d
mocracy. Democracy in tCtl
means brotherhood."
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Kaufman.
Domb described his dreadful
memories" of the camp where
arch butcher" Fran/ and his
lides 'caused so many deaths in
i, small a camp An estimated
700.000 Jews were murdered in
'he camp between July, 1942 and
November 1943
lie described the commandant's
huge dog, who. he said, was train-
,l to hue ictims ii! ularly
painful places. The court returned
to Dusseldorl to proceed with the
trial, which began lasl Oct. l-
Another 21 witnesses are sched-
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A6UDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TiON 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
ervices
$
Jltis weekend
i
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative
2533 SW 18th Ave.
BETH DAVID 2623 SW 3rd Ave Con-
servative. Canter William W. Lip-
on.
Friday 5:3u nnd n.m Sermon:
"The Jet* uf C n." s.iuu.i;i> :
a.m. Sermon: "The (iolden Calf." Itai
M tavah: Hti phi n Mark, non ot Mr.
and Mm. Samuil Schatiinttn: Alan
David, ...ii i Mi and Mr- Sam
Wt nsteln
---------
BETH EL. SCO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomrn Schitf.
! Katu das :;" H >n Hei -
inon. "Counting Moral Ae>eti." Mill-
Chi .' 1" i'.m
CANDIEUGHTING Jim
17 Adar 5:57 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 7:1 4Cth St.
dcx. R-bbi Berel Wein.
Ortho-
BETH JACOB. 3U1-3H Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
MamehOS.
BETH KOOESH. MOi SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben.aniin Ben-Ari.
K ly 3:1." .. ..k. r, Mh X
K ''..nr' .-ii. i- of
ii .'. Tuple: "lti liu-
li prratlvi i r Ii hi :h.....I." Mr.
: i Mre V.th.ni K K|n*-tnr ill Iiomi
t.- ( >n< i SI a bin in honor "f Ki i
i. Sclloi I Ii .. !'. :> and lili iil-
i". Si ill. !!
I ..I i:,. i *,..ii
-LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Diva Ros-
enfeid Cantor George Goldberg.
!* !..> vi-, ,. ;u i ; i, -i -... k.i-i. I'.in
i:.-.-. n. TopU-: "M< i Mj ilrand-
. i ml e Shablml hoati il l>) Mr.
nnd Mr*. !>avld lioldrnlwrc In l.onoi
-lni r Jiidy'K birthday. Satur-
day SO 'i Minolta 5:30 p.m.

"T. LAUOERDALE EMANUEL '801
E. Anorews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Hei'braun.
, |n ih, i. in ii. ami M ",-'', "'
i synagoij i I- Tnul Rrotnor-
i..... Sal .....> *:I5 a.m > iuoh
lt,HK ..,, and Wealth IHi The* llo
Pngi ih. i -' liar Mltivah: ll, -m .
..i Mi mill Mra. Milton Conn. Mlneba
-; p.m

I TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Or., Sc Miami. Refoim. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.nngard.
HYiria} v:::" p.m. Sermon: "Will Man
|)t-tro.t lllmw if?" Satuiilaj n IS a in.
" Itar Mlisviih: IVti-r, -on l Ml and
r- l.......t.i I. irla Mli ii "l. aon of
Ml- Ann. I.iulit.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
'. .:' unil S:l". p.m. Si
"I'll. Voii in Slli in Sparer
daj I'n Mltivah I Nina Id,
Maud I ,, ,,, \| ,,) j|r>i n:1|.,.v Schwa II
Mil lia 5:30 p.m
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Die Hwy. Conservative.
R.ibbi R'Ch.ird Marcovitj. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
y o Sermon "Why Bar
" Khnhhal In.--. .I lij
HI,!, ,r, ,| Sa ; .,.,,,
--------
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Raph Kneger, secre-
tary.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. MS Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Jcseoh E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH 'Uth St snd NE 11th
Ave. Conserviti.? Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
K...... i ... Sal ml.it
:. a.m. B r M UvhIi l.i son nl
U- and Air- l: mi :.: HI :'. Michael,
'It. .Mid jir- Samiii I.. :.. Mln-
eh s 4.". I. in.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
:.' .iii.i Sll ) in s. in.-ii.
i i 'mnhlni J< wish ApihmiI t..
Meel letvlxii N< i il~. Sal urda) in
"The I :..lil. n i '.ill'. '
i ". 15 p in
--
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I- da i 5:13 and v :30 p ni lu< -t
- ii.-i. '/. \ Knjcan, .iti<.in. i. Satur-
da) 30 a.m. Sermon "The liolden
Calf."
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washinntoo Avt. Orthodox. Rahbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
----
MINYONAIRES C O N G R EG TION.
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Refoim.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
i" Ida) 8:13 p.m, An Interfalth pulpit
dlaloKUi between I m Jafft' and H>
Charlea I SohlllinB, SI John'n Kpla-
i-opal Church. Nainlns dauishli
Mr and Mra. Charles Itowar-, grand-
dauiililei of Mr. and Mra. I'hllip Thai
---------
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
-----a----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Avs- Liberal. Rabbi Lson Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Prldaj v: *. p.m. Sermon: "Will 1
lie :i War?" Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bar
M i/.s Mtchai i Barry, noil ol Ml
and Mra Stanley Stern.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman.
H'tida) v '.'i p.m. Sermon: hVhi till-
Itallmi: Ii- Method and Iteaulta Sat-
urday !':3n ...m. Junioi Co .-i. ..
-----a>-----
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
I ilda> :' an.i 8:is p.m. B'nal B'rlth
Itueal -;..-.ik.... Jack Hlnkel, attorney.
Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of
: in u .. k." Mlncna 5:30 p.m.
----.----
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Hrlday v;;;" pin. Brotherh.....I \\ i .
obaeri inci I >i. Lehrman .m.I I >r.
Richard V Moore, president, Beth-
iin.-I'....km.,n I-.,ii,-, ,,f Huytunu
Beach, uill dlacuat The Mennina of
Brotherhood In our Tim, Saturday
:> a in. Si rmon: "Tin \\.. kl> por-
tion ..r I hi i:il.l. Ban Mitsxah
I.in.la, duUKhitr Mr. and Mi- l.eo
Llnilenbi -
* ""^tYNOPSISOl?" THlf T6ftAM PORTIOrJtl tSi
When Moses beholds the people worshipr,-- M(1(,n
ealf. he shatters the Table* of Law.
"As soon as he saw the calf and the dancing .:,,.,..
anger waxed hot. and he cast the tables out of .,
,Exod. 32:19).
Kl TISSA The children of Israel were counted each
man over twenty years of age contributed half I gheki ,,,.
-om.' Bezalel. son of Uri. and Oholiab. son of Ahisan
appointed to head the artisans who made the Tabernai ind iti
\oss daw .
Cod cave Moses two tablets of stone containing ih<
mandments. written with the finger of God." Howe. to the
impatient Israelites. Moses seemed to be tarrying too 12 oon
the mountain. They made a golden calf, which Mi found
them worshipping. In his fury, he broke the two tab: ol the
1 3 \V
The idolaters were killed by the members of the 1
0l 1 evi Moses prayed successfully to God to spare thi
01 Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended M<
again, and there received a new stone tablet.
When he descended. The skin of Moses- face -
beams: and Moses put Hie veil back upon his face, unti
in to speak with Him." (Exod. 34:35)
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the La. t ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History ot the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William S' New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the .o.umt
is Joseph Schlang.
ow snmmu jwaw
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Of Temple Emanu El
il tribe
:.iiUlrcn
Sinai
cni
Dr. Irving Lehrman is a gradu-
ate of the Jewish Institute ol Ke-
iigion of New York City, where he
v as the recipient of the degree of
Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Lit-
~ "" crature and in 1958 he received
TEMPLE ng82-JSJ?\WZSl |Z degree of Doctor of Hebrew
B-IS.AI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Cenaervativc. RaODi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
P id i) :I." i.ru. Ilrothi hood Snb-
I lip I WH II I : Tli. ndora
Pi Rail, K |ml i "li i eh ol the
Holy Pan II: 'I", i ; R-l ui n on
T' .- Wiiy.' Sntui ij : i .i.in s. i '
OMEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or
Orthodon. Rabbi Phineaa Weber.
man.
Refor
I* i iilav
in huh
.1.-
" p.m. s. rmon:
;iml College a."
SEPHARD'C JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
miai.
i Sutui *';'.x v : '" .1 '" > I -
Tl ^ hj S i ....> to h m Kei -
*1 /. ih Mark m.n -I Mi anrt M -
Hi M

CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP Ml-
Avi. -510 Wash -gton Ave. O'tho-
ilc Rabbi Dov Ro^encweig.
mon: "The Stiff. V- .. .i p .

TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con-
ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
-
i inon: "Tin
i: l.i-
A TASTE OF HEBREW
.mi- Literature from the Jewish Theo-
|logical Seminary of Amenta. He
temple juoea. 320 Palermo Ave. ; served a> a -tndenl rabbi at Tcin
Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Mom, K.p- pU, shomrei Emunah. Montclair.
i rldn'j t :. ;..hi. Mra, Joaeuti MamuW- N-J- llrior l0 ***" over ""' |nl1'
-.ii uiii .ii mhii-r Ikmnn mil i.|..-- the nil ol Temple Kmanu-KI.
>.,i.;.;,iii .-., nil,, r, ,,,,. voUih ...,,, '
At the time Dr. Lehrman as-
sumed his duties in August, 1943,
the congregation, with a member-
ship of 250, conducted services at
1415 Euclid \ve. In the interven-
ing years, the membership has
grown t" over l.ono families. I'n-
will
a 11. i ...i. n -. : \
liar Mltavnh: Jaj
ml Mi -. .1..-. ill Snmui l-

ii ..f .Mr
15
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Fdhor: DR. SIII.OMO KODKSII
Shalom IJ.-.- -I how are >ou?
Shalom Joseph, it's good lo sec >oii.
When are >o travelling?
I am gong (travelling) io Tel A\iv,
and you?
I am fccine. onlj Id *salan\a.
Very too*l w h*1* n hof t
Irate', together and to talk.
V'here is thete ioom (place) to sit?
Here is room a bench) for two.
Do yea l.ke to iit at the window?
Thesis! How the family?
1 nnl \er\ much! Thank God,
evertthirg it all right (in ordei).
My bit tot 'win hat returned
from the army and my little
daughter is Jnoting in school.
How are JfOU? Thanks, cterything
is atl tight
Vee, >ou ca-1 congratulate me. my .
famil) has some : om Roumanie.
Congraiire r. (it's) a great joy.
I. too. eipeet r ) (imily.
.i. n ..,.,.,-..
T8P3 r.r# -$
innm p'SK-rr? ';s': %*s
"" "il i-l kt' "!
' .*.sn^ m.r,\ pert
?rs^ eipa n't vi rip*
s^rf! ^b?5 "A"
Tprm t ^ rar? nxfi t.ph
"fringrbn itw Hj .r.~}p,
,ov'r. wrm M-, rrttn
' .itM 'Ur:
rnr. rsa trifl/ "3?*" rxr;
K :i.:T'.
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r
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VOl R DICTiONARY FOR IDDAY
window
how is?
thank God
eon
to eongraluUte
roe
joy
great if )
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wnj'w
m Me
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in 11
at the side of
daughter
lelmncd
army
How are >ou?
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7^th St
Conservative. RaDbi Mayer Amam
owitz. C.intor Edv-arrl Klein
! Ida; .;. u|s
Vh'M .,-
'-It' i I'l-IIYOSI
i-!l Tin ..|..i||(. I s. ii .,,-
rniii.-: ii. ,. :..., .. dei Dr Lehrman s leadership.
-fr"'" 'h', -' Mr.. .,:. ti .., rtgrcgation erected Us new
..... v. ''' .tructun at 1701 Washington Ave.
TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St. and
Tatum wate-way. Modern Traai Dr Lehrman was chosei in km: wnth generation "i n
can?or saRuibH. BreeT" Lanovi" by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed pursue the rabbinate
eration lo visit the DI' camps ol broken chain. Hi* fatl is U
D. IRVIHG IfHRMiV
Breeh.
rfwfL8EW?6ti?Lw"" MSm*,rVR'b* : ", Nn"'' i,S '"" "' ,!"' '"'' Ahl;'ham Lehrmir
sanmei Apr,i Canter Niee'e'*iriman> three representatives ol the Miami ed as rabbi lor I wen1
!li.- report on the 'he Glory ol Israel II
i
Krlil.is >.'' ii.iu. S,-i mon
fir ili. I. .11 i..ii
in in. n.ri of II. III
i-at.-d
Bar Mitxvnh: i:. nja
and Mra. Siml '/
TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Refo-m Rabb.
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale i
Prlda; t:lj I'-rothi rli-- 1 H
'naorvi..... Si mi,n: "Time tn j. -i..
our ow ii l '! |udl< "
TEMPLE TIFERETH^ JACOB.
e. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Friday i:l". p.m. ".; Khahhat In
-l by Mr. and Mr- rii -.in .::it..r. '
man. Kaiurday : a.m. Weekly |0 -
ti-'ii ..f il,. Law will be read
plighl ol the Jew* in Europe and tute in Ne York i it
the grandson of the t
sidic Rabbi, affection
throughom ihe Smith utilized his
services in their fund-raising ef-
forts, and the Greater Miami Jew-
- eomm
i ....
i 13 a m
Ml.
Israel brought him national recog-
I nltion Numerous communities
as "The Brocker Reb
Dr. Lehrman Is a '
ish Federation presented him with ihe board of the Interna
plaque tor his 'invaluable as- BOfiUe at the Kenned) I rnIWt
TEMPLE ZA.MORA aa 7mnr- a...
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooke.
Cantor Ben Oicfcson.
Krl
I.....k-
|..in
"The
x-t
i ili. ruble Katurda.) !"
a.in. S.ini..ii: "Portion Of Hi. Week
TEMPLE Z;ON. 8000 M.fter Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa
man,
TIFERETH ISRAEL.~500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek
Prldaj v;:i
' 'ot rti.in:-
Si-I. ii.....,|
"I'oriion u
p.m. Sermon: "Itroki n
i >n-n Khahbai hoati il lij
Saturday ., ,, s, ,.,,,,,
VV.-> k."
Sistance to the lailt Combined Jew- :" Airport in New Voi Ic <
ish Appeal" ""' national Board of I > *
the American Ttehn
In November. 1963, he ttas ask- and was recent!] name I i toundrf
ed to serve as chairman of the of the society. He is isl pre"1
Greater Miami CJA campaign. At dent of the Traveler* Societl
present, he is a member of the of Miami and men: "I ,h*
National Rabbinical Advisory Com- Board of Directors ol le D.u>
[mlttee of the United Jewish Ap- County Chapter of the Uncriert
peal and the National Council of Red Cross. In 1963. I receivw
'the Joint Distribution Commit- their fifteen-year sen < award.
tee. He has since assumed a sec- .
i ond term as chairman of the Dr. Lehrman is a pa resideni
community's CJA campaign f ihe Rabbinical is* ''" "'
| Greater Miami He i i workini
In the spring of 1958. he was se- jr. conjunction with I'- '"",'"
lected as one of a five-man inter- Jewish Histo.-t Centei "'
faith team of clergymen, chosen
search studv m the e
YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171M St
Orthodon. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
......" Kitiirda; :i ., m s, i -
Iti ; i"ii "f ih. Wjek."
* ,
it prefuirtd in en-
T' i \f,.
":: R ::,,,; AlJOl .
1 rlinator oj /?,,:., r< ap.
peat : here it
UK. MAX L1PSCHITZ
pirtlual \c.dtT uf Jif:J, reran
C-.i-.-Mi:on o/ Morth Miami
Beach.
* '-' .. ... 4
history
from across the country by the t the Jewish commur
Commission on Religious Organ- Ida; and in recogni
ol his
many contributions lo
can Jewish scene Ten En1
izations of the National Confer-
ence Of Christians and Jews, to
visit Russia and the Iron Curtain gj established the 1>i I
countries as a gesture of Amer- ,an chair in Modern Je i-h n'~.
ica's religious strength and be- tory at the Jewisli heologHal
liefs. lie is at present chairman of Seminary of America
the NCCJ Clergy Dialogue Plan-
ning Committee
Dr. Lehrman is a former seere-
tars m the Rabbinical Assembly ot
America, the national body repre-
senting the Conservative move-
ment affiliated with the Jewish
Theological Seminary o( America.
He serve- on the Rabbinic Cabi- .
net of the Seminary, and is the children. Mid
In October. I9U Di ""'"
was elected vici presii i' "' "
Zionist Organization of imerica.
Mis wife, Belli resi '
;,- presi.lenl I : the Ft lei *on '
Jewish Wome- They have >"
son. Dr. David Le rman; '
daughter, Ro< to


Ffcruary 19. 1965
+Jew 1st rhrMian
Paqe 13-A
Mandelbaum
Emanu-EI .
Irum Series
l Mandelbaum. pro-
(1|' Jewish Theological
inarj America, will be guest
fcer j| i second session of
)te Eii. u-EI's Breakfast For-
ISerics n Sunday morning.
, a.m -'i'11 M '-ipton. Tcnv
li't'sick announced. Dr. Irv-
has directed the
L froi inception two years
pine i
Chal
rican
obi '
htion
I
Mar:,
lessor
lllty c<
Iment i
Semir,
pas' I
|ked in
Louis
Jncellor
Institu
lial Stuc
this year's forum is
,- Confronting
[)/ Last Sunda).
.rdis discussed "As-
Dr. Mandelbaum's
"Intermarriage."
t.baum is associatt
- hcmiletics on the
he Rabbinical De-
the Jewish Theolo.^-
/ of America. For
.eral years, he has
ose association with
= nkelstein, Seminary
m the direction of
e for Religious and
*s.

I
I
Mandelbaum re-
from the Sem-
scientific edi-
ol Rab Kahana,
Midrash ol the sixth
appeared in
\l Kaplan Jubilee
. work a critical
i Mas publish-
n 1962 Dr.
DOVSlf UNVEILING
BEN
AND
GERTRUDE ROSEN
BEN art GERTRUDE ROSEN
Sundoy F-b. 21st at 11 a.m.
P ,.f
\l- '.
ffuidllllg
itive*
\ : -11J
"' >' IN TIMES
OF SORROW
f -, res* what worda
cannot I
^P SYMPVTIIY
- WWWIhRE
Ixotic Guillens
M -V BEACH
532-3361
"*l GAB'.ES
5423
:C0 FT La'JDERDALE
.6* 0585
Ecumenical Talk at Temple Beth Sholom
To Feature Top Religious Leaders Feb. 27
Off. BtRNARD MANDtlBAUM
Mandelbaum recently edited .< col-
lection ol essays, "Assignemenl in
Israel." published by Harper and
Row
Dr Max Aral will conclude the
Breakfast Forum Series on Sun
day Feb -'8. in a discussion of
Spiritual Alienation "
All sessions are held in the
Temple's North Branch Auditor-
ium at 77th St. and Dickens Ave.
Samuel J. Halperin is chairman
of the Breakfast Forum.
Serving with him are Mrs Leon-
ard Abramson, Judge Frederick
Barad Mrs Max Boderman. Mrs
George Goldberg, Abe Green, !>:
and Mrs Sherman Kaplan Mrs
Alexander Kogan, Morris Lapidus.
Dr Herman R Mechlowitz. Mrs
Charles Rosenblatt, Oscar Rosen-
strauch, Irving Schatzman. Nathan
Schwartz. Mr and Mrs Herbert s
Shapiro, Milton Sirkin and Michael
Taines
Series Continues
At Beth Sholom
Rev John Papandrew, minister
of the First Unitarian Church ot
Miami, spoke on "Jesus and Paul'"
on Monday evening at Temple Beth
Sholom. as part of a scries on the
In.ok "Six Who Changed the
World.' by Dr, Henrj E. Kagan.
Future lectures are scheduled
for Feb 22, Mar 1. 8 and 15. Guest
speakers from the University f
Miami will he I'rof Kanion LemOS,
Department of Philosophy, who
\ill discus.-. "Marx": 1'rol James
r. Tedeschi, Jr., Department ol
Psychology, "Freud"; Prol Ben-
ram Kursunoglu, Department ot
Physics, on "Einstein."
On Mar 15. Rabbi Leon Kronish
spiritual leader ot Beth Sholom.
w ill discuss "Moses
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. Board
ol Education chairman, announces
thai from x to it p.m., on Mon-
days, courses in Hebrew and Jew-
ish history arc also given at the
Iem|
Rabbi Maurice N Eeisendrath,
president of the I'nion of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, and
the Rev. Dr. William R. Cannon,
dean of the Candler School of The-
ology of Emory University. Atlan-
ta, will highlight a weekend of dis-
cussion and deliberation under the
auspices of the Executive Commit-
tee of the UAHC and its South
Florida Federation.
The most Rev. Coleman F. Car-
roll. Kishop of the Diocese ol Mi-
ami, has also been invited to par-
ticipate The clergymen will en-
gage in a symposium entitled "The
Ecumenical Council: It's Intern1-
ligious Implications." en Saturday
evening. Feb, 27. at Temple Beth
Sholom at 8:30 p.m. The program
is open to the public
Two additional programs will
be held at the Americana Hotel
on Sunday, Feb. 28. The first,
commencing at 10 a.m., will deal
with interrelvjious programming
for congregations. The second,
a luncheon-discussion entitled
"Changing Marriage Patterns in
a Pluralistic Society," will take
place at 12:15 p.m Participants
will be Rabbi Roland B. Gittel
sohn, of Temple Israel, Boston;
Leon T. Fisher, executive direc-
tor, Jewish Family and Child-
ren's Service, Miami; Irving S.
Lebow, of Ft. Lauderdale, youth
advisor to Temple Emanu-EI;
Miss Anita Samet, of Coral
Gables, second vice president of
the Southeast Federation of
Temple Youth.
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, oi
Temple Beth Am, South Miami.
president ol the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will mod-
erate the session.
In addition to these programs,
the Executive Board ol the UAHC
will hold a number of business
sessions lor the purpose ol plan
Ding the continuing work ol the
Reform movement. The Union of
American Hebrew Congregations is
comprised ot some 650 Reform
congregations in the United States
and Canada. In Greater Miami it
maintains offices at 816 Congress
Building under the direction of
Rabbi Sanlord Seltzer.
Lake Worth
Temple Expands
Construction of a study fcr Rabbi
Emanuel Eiaenberg, spiritual lead
er of Temple Beth Sholom in Lake
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Friday. Feb
ruarY 19. 19ss|
Between Ytw and hit: By 10WIS SMOLA*
Nasser's Profound Blind Spot: Zionists andJom
THOSE IN THE It.::..' States like
the American Council for Judaism
who have been under the mistaken im-
ion that the Euyp'ian dictator. C 1
\asser. is an enemy of Israel only and
ot of the Jews in general, will now
have to change their mind All the)
oed do is to read th-.- booklet "Ian
he Enemy of Africa." just published in
.airoby the Information Department of
the E2\ptian Government This malicious piec<
,-.da is. despiti Is title, directed not . Israel alone: it is the dirtiest anti-Jewish pamphlet smee
the notorious -Protocols of the Elders ot Zion
In fact, a good part of it is built on these so*caOeo
Protocols," which long ago were declared .1 forgery by
1 petent courts in various countries. It also draws on
The International Jew." published in the United State*
by Henry Ford in the days when he was under the in-
fluence of anti-Semitic elements and later withdrawn by
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
What Became of Father Feenev?
WHATEVER BECAME of Fr.
Leonard J Feenev. the
Semitic ex-priest, and his band ol
followers known a> the Slave ot
the Immaculate Concepti
people besan to set an
answer to that quest
when the Massachusetts -
Judicial Court awarded eust Ij "f
live ihildren t

38. a Boston his
Loretta. an.i their fivi small sons beei
cauaht up in ney web stretching from cam
br; Bosl 1 mmon. to a strai
ii Stil Rivei Ma--
Colopy has extricated himself from the Center
S; Benedicts Center having rearied of th<
\. w ol celibacj thai Feene> imposed upon him ami
upon other n couples finding themselves .
of the ultra Catholic enclave ruled
priesi his five children
ney. are bitter against him
. irer to the query about the
ent is that ii no 1
who was excom
municated by 1 Pius XII n 1958). some 58 adults
i ling on a 150-acre tract ot
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
On Taking Steps
I'm ted Nations
*N HIS ATTEMPT to k< 1 |
I 1 .
in thi : k the -tubborn
ess by t S iet Union and the
Jnitt I States ilted ea
do-notliin_ exal As
larj G' ai ral l Thant
las that, even with"
. oui._ tlu re are son
must oe taxen now
One 1 the* -ties i> his proposal lur a "compre-
hensiM review at all 01 tnt- UK's penendawepang
operations Another 1- a luggeatann that, without a
vote aai Ly consensus, ".he Assembly adopt a bud
get for the HWin operations aSMiw orgaaiisSJSgM that
feeds tht Ara "he United Nations Relief
and Works Agency tor Palestine Refugees in the
Near Ens: known as 1 'M1WA. TTw se two sug-
gestions by Mr Thant contain a threat and a boon
The Threat: A "cemptehensive review* of all
(JIM peace-Jceepuitf operations cold develop into a
threat to the eaantonca of the United Nations Emer-
gency Force Smee lftSo. that fsarce on
the whole, a very eood job of keeping Egypt from
attackink Israel direcil) The UNEF is deployed on
the border of the Gaza Strip entirely under
Bkypt .:.-imior and at sharm el-Sheikh over-
looking the Gu:: ot Akaba at
tian The c*- of main' operating the
5.000 man INF!' have
$17,500,000 and and $20.1 ssia has
never contntuU-i a kopeck t. r 1
A large part of Russia arreai igi on IN pay
Benin, setnring nearly KMMO.000 .- due to its tail-
ure to help pay tor UNEF Mr II. bviuusly
making a concesMor. to the 1 SSR when he propos
a "comprehensive' revk bH" peace-kecpm;
forces Once the doer ts opened to such 101 ton
Hi ?sia could raise th. about continued exist-
ence for UNEF
It is believed here that Russia's own Egyptian
pal. Col Nasser, may be the last to want dissolution
of UNEF
The Boon. But the CNRUA budget proposal
made by Mr Thant could only do good at Una
time. On the agenda of the Assembly, as usual.
there is an item dealing with L'NRWA. The debate
on L'NRWA draws out the very worst in anti-Israeli
verbal attacks from the Arabs The talk goes on
for weeks Even one of the 13 Arab delegations
backed by their brt/ther-.\lo*lems from non-Arab
lands and by the members of the Soviet bloc, takes
tarns delivering diatribe* against Israel This un-
land in Still Ravi st of BosttH Fcei his
devcted and fanatical band ol followers took up
residence there in January, 1958
According to Robert Colony the male members
of the Feenej seel work about the farm while the
with the men. all in clerk to
go Of! p> and then to sell SI paperback? to help
l. strangi movement go 1
Coiopy ami his wife met in Cambridge arid
: ney Spci| .. the Catholic Social
01 which the
then-Fr Feenev was spii tual advis 1 etti
Coli her hu-band live ns in as mat j
Hut h v ing to tht Feem j h mo 1 out I
rural Massachusetts, she aeeepted the man-
date of celibacy. Her husband, like his wife, .1 faith
::i! Slave of the Immaculate Conception, honored
M up to 1962 Then he de-
cidi to leap over the wall, hopefully taking his
and children ndHt him But Feeney's hold on
\ir- children obliged Ootopy to take
iou:t action in his effort to re -tablish his family,
from the restraint- of Still River Now the
11 url fight is ended Colop> i? a fre< man. hi-
wife is -till u slav in the Feenej 1
the five sons are undei court order- to go with theii
father Thi- the) do reluctantly
All of which serves to remind manj people in
Si England, in thi- era of warm ecumenism. 1
chapter man; would like to forget
Back m 1948, Ft Leonard Feeney, whoce ca-
reer include? a brilliant chapter as ., sub-editor of
Catholic magazine. "America, picked up the
1 an- Boston College faculty member- The}
11 dismissed for teaching that there :- no
ition outside the Catholic Church
A priest whose conception of religions imper
as more in keeping With the stricl
medieval Spain than of modern America Fei >
Lugged it out through the 1!)5 his superior
Archbishop Richard J Clashing 'now Cardinal < 'us
Indeed, it may net be t<>o far beyond the op
of imagination to suggest that Cardinal I
A r the I f'air may well hoi <
recess of graci m ing
that prince ol tne elm rt one of the highest |
Imeriea
But m. the n Ihsinti r'" ~,n'
" priest I
:'i- -mad but n solute band In to Bono .
from Cambri Sunday* for a contbim
ions sen-Ice. vaudevtlfe snow, and anti-Jt
harangne with nd holds' barred
as the week- and the years went on, Fen
prettj weti narrowed hi= onslaughts to the Jew
iSh i" 1. TT.nr.itv
In their Hha>aiinB> 'The Pomt the Feeneyites
scribbting trom the rhfal reaches of Still Rj
stati "One topic sane rlally ha- oeeupied The
Point's attention (taring the past -even years the
nmy apert9. of tie lews
- emphasis'? Because we thmk it 1- im
American Catnolirs wake up to the :
Ran re tin m.
Mianit; of its 1
ts laditior,.-. its moral code
Off the Record:
him with apologies to the lew- Falst ...,., .
are given to the Talmud in the Nasser ; ,r "M
sent the Jews as an anti-Cbn-'iin element
although Na-ser. as well as other Arab ruler< .
selves not fcllowers of the Christian reli|
Aiming at inciting Christians again.-t Jews not onwl
against Israel the Egyptian propa even as far as falsely stating that th.- Talmud an
Virgin Mary of adultery and "considers Chri-r a bjstrfl
who had no divine quality These anil other ralu4sl
againet Jewish teachings are being disseminated imZI
the imprint. "United Arab Republic' showns ",. iZl
face of Mr Nasser, who has been claimin, that hi i
a distinction between Zionists and Jew.
The blatant anti-Jewish pamphlet, judging froi
title, is obvicusl> intended for distribution in [ ; I
sections Ol Africa, where then 1- ,,. ~ I
for Israel. However, it has also reached th
and Jewish organizations interested n
m anti Semitic propaganda ii 1
looking into the matter
Ovr film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUF!
About Air. Barrv
Holly woo
/ ENE BARRY : ,, won t h.
*^ .eted Golden 1 il >!,
Vward as the \l"-r Outstandin
nalit) of 1964" a'|
the annual banquet i Foreigi Press \-- attar
an orgai ization in which your JT-
.1- s ice pi esiden
and chau n ol its Inti n al ona .
Fi m Comi I Barrj was lected b> 1
ol Direct I HFPA not only for hi- pert 1
in the current ABC-TV' series 'Burke I
show- bin unusually sophistii
but aist) lor thi suave Western hero in M
Masterson.'
We talked with Gene Barry fEugene K
ing cocktails in hi? smartly-styled but 1 1
dued decorated Beverly Hill.? home win
ceved the ofneers of the HoDywood F01
fw .m interviet session late last month
Mr- Barrj tthe lormer Hetty Kalb si
dunne the past three years at Jewish
all) at the Sabra" dinnerdancc; an
'chairman with other Bever1 H
ite- to Inspire the porchase of Bonds for Is
Barry took great pride in pointing out I
her m started hi? career in show I
tl -ues of the great Mas l: .
Broadwaj musical :;
> ai the time
I ml Mi Ban wj
on of Mr a Mai tin K
his high s ay! ol
ind au ir ted ml
re S "'- M11-1 b> 1
s San tzinerl dean til
While studying. Gen< 1 ned his
ng on .. wet kly radH -
t ol a* band vocalist and in niuhi
m led the yoi rig man with the music:
1 debut on Broads bj '
R iHta" prodtictfnn he wer
" W idou :..- ing '>m ,.i the corned
l1"' I rotta It was in this ph)> <
Toed -aw hhn and ofn-r*^
? salary it he would appear opposite v:, WM
: "( U.i- i;n'.
1 made man aloni- I
- be brings t.i his portrayal
1 at -:i, phcity thai :
> aspiretaon
an ami the handsome R I '">ir
'< I a < to* Is
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
His Family Traces Hack to Bialystok
QF 5|R ISAAC WOLFSON. ha -
' if honor at the epnnne 11
Miar.11 Beach of the internaTiohal inau-i
ural ot the Israel Bond campaign 10.
1965. many thing? can be said He I tm
in.an for far more significant things. Relatively 5P**
inj il was bai a small city. It probabW nevei coub
more than lmi.mjo Jews, but it 1? safe to sa> thai '
I*
one of the world's greatest pntlunthn
pist?. Me .vas born in Scotland. A I.
Scotch .1, -, u something 1 { ^
rarity, but one of the truly memorable :"
things to be said about Sir I?aac is that fir
his family came from BiaJystok.
Almost everybody in the eastern Dart of the rniteti
billy" ^ nn"U'W al'ke' fam"iar Wtth ,h'' w,"(l
Bialy. the product, has become so well known that
tor a time it trireatciu-d to replace-the bagel
Bialystok however .> remembered by the Jewish his-
cit
u
h
------..... ** '"wit ?iKiiiiieani mini;?. ni-iaii'*
ing il was but a small city, It prohabk nevei
-non- than 100.000 Jew?, but it is safe to sa> mat "-
My whose Jewry was almost totally decimated by"
nmentionables. will hare a treasured spol '*
i-tory one ot the tir-t Orthodox rabbis to respond M
Dr Thfodor Hi-r/fs call was a Bialysteker the fan^
scholar Rabbi Shhutel Mohliver.
First Polish. Bialystok changed hand? several l-m('
It? chief industry w*S textitesr, bot there were also Jfv"
lumber mill? and factories-producing leather, soap "
flour When the Russian market was lost by the ceaaw
oi the city to Poland, the Jewish industrialist- reacw*
out to find markets in the United States. India and CluM
Isaac Zabludi\sk. of Bialvstok. was said to have '
the first Jewish millionaire of Russia His brotnr
Michael, was a scholar and writer of respected books.


kdav. February 19, 1965
' Unisti flartegbgi
Page 15-A
UN Urged to Battle Bigotry
4HM &a
Mis* Mi

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eshiva University's recently-opened Residence Hall for Men
tovides accommodations for more than 300 students from all
arts ot the nation.
shiva University's $2,500,000 Dorm
of 'Blueprint for Sixties' Program
i,.
\ I nivei sity's new $2,500,-
rj opened its doors to
h on e 350 students last fall
[i. nversit) launched it 79th
Ir
fl iht-sl r> residence hall,
the university's main
lv 'i years in construe
i; io Dr Samuel Belkin,
'ii'-lm a, the ne dor
isi some 350 students
minle r.....ns, and will in-
: Facultj suites, six mar
apartments, stu-
-. .i director's office, a
i li n apartment, and
i iaeilities
and Teachers Institute for Women,
as well as for other schools and
divisions, including Belfer Grad-
uate School of Science, Wurzweiler
School of Social Work, and the
Graduate School ol Education.
A S3! 000,000 development pro-
gram is also underway al Yeshiva
University on behalf of its Albert
Einstein College "i Medicine, a
building plan which seeks to
stren then and extend the resour-
ces in mi nin arch
ind patient cart through the ad-
dition ol a hospital and the Ull-
n.ann Research (.enter for Health
a hie h w as recently com-
pleted and op<
|Ti- c'Drm-tory is the second
pilding completed in Yeshiva
Diversity's {30,000,000 "Blue-
hint for the Sixties" campus d-
^lopment program, undertaken
the occasion of its 75th anni-
?rsary in 1961. An adminittra-
veclassroom building, Fyrst
lall. was opened in September,
Belkin pointed out that the
1 and divisions at the uni-
i main center are now op-
Btin'.' at capacity, and with en-
| continuing to increase.
1 facilities for bousing and
kching were needed. A central
livcrsitv library and a teaching
I ean h Science Center round
|i Phase \ of 'his dynamic build
ram.
| B calls for the erection ol
' ii,,-min recreation hall, a
building and residence
B'nai Raphael Brotherhood
On Wednesday, B'nai Rmhael
I'SY will hold it> annual Brother-
howl night. Young people of
churches from Northwest Darle
area will convene at the synagogue
for a pubiic forum on (he subject
of "Brotherhood."
GENEVA(JTA iTwo interna-
tional organisations with Jewish
representation urged a United Na-
tions agency here both to adopt an
r.ternational convention tor elimi-
nation of all forms ol religious in-
tolerance and to provide plans for
enforcement in the proposal for
religious freedom everywhere.
The steps were urged before the
UN Subcommission on the Preven-
tion ol Discrimination and Protcc-
tion ol Minorities, a 14-memhcr
body studying several preliminary
drafts for such a convention.
The statements were submitted
by the International League for
the Rights of Man, represented
by Sidney Liskofsky, of the
American Jewish Committee, a
League affiliate; and by Gustav
Warburg, representing the Co-
ordinating Board of Jewish Or-
ganizations, comprised of B'nai
B'rith and the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews.
Neither statement mentioned
my country by name, in con-
formity with subcommission pro-
cedures but all of the drafts and
both statements cited riiscrimina-
' ons known to exist in the Soviet
Union,
The League document recom-
mended that the draft guarantee
certain rights known to be denied
o Soviet jews among them mani-
festation of one's religion or be-
i ef "in private or in public, and
individually or in community with
thers
It in.."I clauses guaranteeing
Hi 'ii!> freedom of worship but
"teaching, training of relig
personnel, observance of
rites and customs production Ol
icquisition of articles necessary
for observance of prescribed rit-
uals, publications, acts of sendee
and mercy, and the maintaining
.I religious organizations and asso-
ciations." It called for "adequate
measures of implementation" for
v hatever dralt is adopted by the
Subcommission and. subsequently.
by the Human Rights Commission,
the Economic and Social Coun-
cil and. finally, the General As-
sembly. ,
The Coordinating Board of
Jewish Organizations called not
only for articles to implement
the future convention but also
for permission to non-govern-
mental organizations to report
any violations of religious free-
doms in any country.
The Soviet representatives here,
hacked by the delegates from Uk-
rainia and Poland, have balked
particularly against giving leeway
for interventions by nongovern-
mental organizations. Among such
organizations are not only the two
groups but other world Jewish
bodies as well as organizations
jurists from free countries at .
representatives of the major Chi
lion religions.
May Probe Extremists
Continued from Page 1-A
step, he said, will depend on I
results of the preliminary studj
Disputing cnarges that the ill a
had never probed right-wingei
Rep. Charles Weltner. Georg
Democrat, pointed out that.
I93!i and 1940. the committee d
investigate the activities ot tl
German-American Bund and oth
anti-Semitic organizations.
L'olli
lor Women
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
mitted through the Mandelbaum Gate dividing Old and New .leru-
s.ilem to visit the Holy Places.
"Of BOUrse," Dr. I.ichten conceded, "the Vatican is not only a
spiritual body but a political one. as well. Consequently, Arab prop
aganda does have some impact. But when we consider the existence
and effort of men like Cardinal Bea. our fears should grow smaller."
Cardinal Bea's role can not be overestimated, according to Dr Uch
ten. "He is S friend who understands the issues involved So does
Dr. i.ichten. whose own contributions m this sensitive area arc notable
i 'id praiseworthj
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Miami. Florida. Friday. February 19. 1965
Section B
Mrs. Eban, Lady Wolfson at Luncheon
|noward Scharlin (left) and Mrs. Benedict Silverman (riqht)
shown at Westview Country Club making arrangements
\\ Old Fashioned Ball to be given by the Young Women's
I oi Combined Jewish Appeal on Saturday evening,
f( the club.
Id Fashioned Ball
n CIA's Calendar
lulled Ball, given
Women's Division
i wish Appeal, will
pat e setting event
aign, n was an-
Mrs Richard Brick-
11
Si harlin and Mrs
Silverman have boon
men of the event,
take place at Westview
tub mi Saturday evening,
ith cocktails at 7:30 p.m.,
dinner at 8:30 p.m
airman for the old Fash
which members <>i
to
i li e Young Women' Divis
pledging a minimum donation i i
-,v> in the division's CJA camp
will be invited, include Mrs \
thur Gilbert, Mrs J Allen s .
Mrs. Myron Singer, Mrs Harrv B
Smith and Mrs, Richard Stone.
':. Brickman said thai the ball
will be the key to making the cam
n an outstanding success, "It
. in through thi. event, a special eve-
ling ol elegance and beauty, that
we are launching our .support ot
CJA and its agencies around the
corner and around the world." she
declared
Mrs Abba Khan, wife of the
Deputy Prime Minister of Israel.
Will be principal speaker at the
fashion show and luncheon of the
National Women'. Division ol the
Israel Bond Organization.
The luncheon, at winch Mrs
Jan Peerce, national chairman ol
the division, will preside, will
take place Fridaj noon al the Fon-
ti ii eblcau Hotel
v it i than 900 deli ate> includ
..M\ :i.itional. regional and I i
lei Bond leadi I mm cities
i it N'ortti \'iietii a. i
Ihi luncheon, which marks
the 'i t i ic i a I liium hinj ul the
: i| the Israel Bond
Nati i il w omen' l i\ is -
I th Woltson.* joint chair
man nl the ( Tlildrcli ; nd Youtl
Aliyah Committee for Great Brit-
ain, will also address the luncheon
guests. This is Lady Wolfson's first
appearance before an Israel Bond
audience in North America.
Mis- Bess Myerson. nationally-
known television personality, will
erve as commentator for the inter-
i ational premiere ol the Goven-
c-hj Israel Collection, the tenth an-
il Israel Bond fashion show
which will take place al the lun-
i Miss Myerson I i just at
, pted the co chaii manship of the
New x ork W imen's 1h i
l.srai l Bon Is in th<
lign Li n. acti\i in the I -
Bond program, Miss
. se\ eral limes in pro ious > i irs
commentated the international
pi i miere ol Israel B >nd i ashion
collections,
The fashion show, which will be
staged and accessorized by Jordan
Marsh Florida tor the premier-
showing, was conceived and coot
dinated by the late Miriam Fini
man. who served for 12 years as
national director ol the Women' i
Division In the collection, Hubert
de Givenchy is represented bj 12
ei sembles, more than hah ol whit i
he has made "i Israeli textiles, li."
is the sole French partii ip: i
Ihi show
l he Israel port ion is comprise l
>| mon tha
Ironi resorl wear lo formal evi
. >embles !,i la Be i
I- ii j Leiti : Israel's foremost
i nutt rjpr a:e featured, a- G
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ALIFC
bv ISABEL GRCVE
ice President and Mrs. Hubert
Humphrey will be guests of
mi ktail party and re
i in bt ho.ted b> Mr. and
Lansburgh at the
ill** lit I mi Sunday trom
I he approximately ISO
li be members ot the
idem- club." all having
I both funds and el
i until Democrat Par
lit id campaign Later
Ig, Vice President
iphre> will receive the- Hu-
in I i-eedoni Award at the 1965
pi national inaugural confer-
ee for the State ot Israel Bond.
nner lo be held in the Fon-
It'1 can
entine bridal luncheon last
I1 in tin- lovelv Bacchus
lunge ui the Eden Hoc honored
Mine Sater, who will say "l
Jack Schwartz in early
Petite guest ot honor
' reil suit with polka dot
Piee which blended with the
?or i ihe afternoon chosen by
fctes.es I.ill Blasberg and Ann
'"' Table- leatttred a pink
|d red floral centerpiece, hearts
> llme flanked by daughters
pr>a Aherman and Barbara Ha
P>. sisters-in-law, last names
?Plan Gladys (Mrs. Ralph'.
JJj'} Rose (Dr Sherman). Mar
I D"nald) Also the fu
r< legroom's daughter Phyl-
(Mrs. Murray) Ferber. hos
r- Lill's dauphter-in-law Arlene
P Larriel Blasberg and many
hg-time, devoted friends.

'ReP Kenneth Myers feted fel-
legislators and spouses at a
pnner party Tuesday nieht .
P" 'f two bachelors in the Dado
Tiegation, Rep. Myers held the
party at the Gables home of his
parents. Martha and Stanley
Myers .
While Jerry Sugerman. ol Bay
Harbor, is spending a few weeks
with his children in California.
wife Sarah had a visitor .
Brother Arthur Goldberg, on a
fi-hiny holiday in the Everglades
with a group of friends from Chi
eagO, Hew here last week lo
spend a day with "Sis" .
Vacationing Karl Fichmans
are houseguests ol her sister and
family, Adrea and Harold Soglo-
vit ... Known professionally as
llillie Gould, Mrs. Fichman is
fashion director ol the Leather
Industry of America and was
seen not too long ago on the
Johnny Carson TV show.

Ardent and loyal Miami Beach -
lies Sarah and Abe Laitin cele-
brated 50 years of marriage on
Tuesday Here since 1917.
they have always backed the area
to the hilt, investing in real es-
tate and hotels from the Keys to
Palm Beach Helping them to
mark the happy occasion were
many friends and relatives, with
those unable to be here remem-
bering with telegrams and mes-
sages Among their many or-
ganization affiliations. Laitin is
a Mason. Shriner and member of
BB Men's Lodge 1519 Partial
listing for Sarah, who seems to
belong to every women's group
in the area, includes Home for
the Aged Auxiliary. Brandeis
University, B'nai B'rtth chat
Chapter. Hannah Setiech Chapter
Hadassah, Fight for Sight, Tech
nlon among others
*
A Valentine partv lor their
manj friends, around 150 of
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+Je*istfk>rldkit.
Page 3-B
Club Will Honor Mayshie Friedberg
lemy Players to star in "An After-
,'. A! Jolson" are (standinq) Mes-
Shapiro, Donald Schrager, Mor-
ris Brody and Abe Hoffenberg. Seated are
MpsdnniPs Morton Lieberman, Murray Koret-
zky and Charles Simon.
ilson Musical At Academy
With Al Jolson.''
musical drama written
Hi ij Mrs. Charles Si-
I rented by the He-
ll Players. Based <>n
i a! Jolson and featuring
de famous, the pro.
ill be the second pres-
ii i h e newly-formed
annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon
nexl Thursday at the Deauville ll"
tel. This year's Mother and Daugh-
ter to be honored are Mrs. Morris
Rose) Bienenfeld and Mrs. Jer-
ome (Dolly) Bienenfeld. A special
tribute will be extended by Rabbi
Alexander s Gross, principal ol
tin- Academj
A -eeond Bar Mitzvah luncheon
tin- Mayshie Friedberg will be held
on Thursday noon, Feb. 25. in the
Royal Hungaria
\\ itaurant.
Mrs. .1 u s e p I.
Krantz, president
ol i lub l. has ap.
Nil Mis. Mil-
ton 111-. III. pi
denl i>i Greater
Miami Council of
1'ioneer Women
.meI N a ti on a
bo a r (I member,
as chairman of
this affair. Rabbi FR/EDBERG
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom. will be
Sliest speaker. Jacob Fishman will
sing a collection of favorite Jew-
ish folksongs
Friedbery is widely known in
the community tor his work in all
phases of Jewish life, making a
particularly outstanding record in
the area of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Israel Bonds, Jewish Nation-
al Fund and Histadrut. lie is an
active member of Karband.
Because of bis continued sup-
port of Club I and all its major
projects in Israel, he is being hon-
ored at the affair.
Tikvah Chapter ot Pioneer
Women. Mis Nat Wagner presi-
dent, will be celebrating Greater
Miami Council's 25th anniversary
welcomed home alter a recent trip
to Israel.
Chairman Mr- Sophie Seeman
am! her committee have arrai
the program. Boris Katz will en-
tei tain, in addition to a well-know <
local vocalist (in Mrs. Seemai i
ommittee are Mesdames Morris
Seeman and Charles Strauch.
Golda Meir Chapter's next mei I
'!.! 'A ill take place on Wednesday
al Washington Federal, 1234 Wasl
ington Ave. President Miriam
llalpern will conduct the business
session.
A musical program has been ar-
ranged bj Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff,
cultural chairman. Cantor Mm
decai Yardeini will be the guest
of the afternoon.
He has recently returned from
Israel, where he was honored for
his contribution to the world of
Jewish music, both as composer
and vocalist
Cast and supporting stars are
Mesdames Murray Korezky, guest
artist, Morton Lieberman and
Charles Simon. Included in the cast
an' Mesdames Saul Breeh, Morris
Brody, Bernard Diener, Abe Hoi- on Sunday. 7:30 p.m., at Washing-
fenberg. Harry Rosenberg. Murray ton Federal Savings and Loan, at
Rosenberg. Donald Schrager and 12H4 Washington Ave.
Rosenberg, Donald Schraged and Mr. and Mrs. Boris Katz will be
Hadassah to Hear
Rabbi Narot
Miami Beach Hadassah will pre-
sent another in a series of book
reviews at the Algiers Hotel on
Monday at 1:30 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will dis-
CUSS "The Rabbi and the Minister,''
by Carol Herman Yoss.
Proceeds will be used for Ha-
dassah's vocational schools in Is-
rael designed to train young men
and women to take their place 10.
Israel's expanding economy.
.up under the guidance
ktion oi Mrs. Simon Featured in the production as
r ance will take place gue>t star wil
lehrcu Academy Women's si ranch in
the role ol Al Jolson
than the
voted b;
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len Launch $110,000 in Gifts
the most outstanding In- Beach chairman ot the Women's
t- luncheons ever held by Division, served as chairman ol
M Division of the Com- the event.
(wish Appeal took place Mrs. Samuel Simonhoft Miami
len Hoc Hotel on Monday, women's chairman, also played a
i-ed a record SI 10.000 in prominent role in the Initial Gilts
ion- from the 4.")i) women event.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes served as
chairman of the Fashionplate
Committee, which included Mrs.
E. E. Bloom. Mrs. S. J. llalperin.
Mrs. Alex Manson. who sponsored
the floral decorations tor the lun
cheon, and Mrs Herbert Tenen
bom
Ten leading store- joined m pre-
senting the second edition oi Fash
ienplaie '65, whuh was commen
tnted bj Mrs. Bernard Stevens
II
Krensky, chairman of
- Division, called the
start lo the women's
tin' key to raising more
n percent increased goal
Ihi Women's Division in
lb the 1%.") CJA goal ol
What's the difference
between vegetarian'
& strictly vegetarian?
' that our sponsor
I eon, Mrs Harry A.
ii i chairman of the In-
11 It tee, Mrs Jack
stanle> Frehling and
B A'emkle, wore com
|gi lied bj the occasion
i sponso to the Women's
JA dm e." Mrs Krenskj
t\ Lehrman, 1965 CJA
I m.m. discussed Com-
eu:-M Appeal- lite-saving
program also featured
lionplate '(>."> presentation
|A I. Glickman, Miami
Mrs. Rost Will
Host Party
Mrs. Sam Rost will ho.-t the resi-
dents' p.u'y at the Jewish Home
for the Aged on Sunday. 2 p.m..
in honor ol her Tilth birthday.
son'-- oi Yesterday" will be
offered by Dorothj Mondres. Dolly
Kramer, \ugusta Goldman and
Nettie I'tal. with accompaniment
by Olga Bibor Stern
[e Proudly Announce the Annual Banquet of the
rESHIVA TORAH VODAATH
AND MESIVTA
[fie Held on Sunday, March 7th, 1965, 5:30 P.M.
|n Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen
At the DEAUVILLE HOTEL, 6701 Collins Avenue
Kindly Reserve This Dote in Poying
Tribute To This Toroh Institution
Together with the Community's
Civic and Religious tenders.
DINNER C0MMITTH
MIITON KAHN
General Chairman
md Mrs. Harry Rosen
for Reservations Call M. Kahn, JE 8-4972
VEGETARIAN
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Page 4-B
? * Friday, February 19
*^ociiTiitc
u SsaLcl Cfrove
Continued from Page 1-B
and Mrs
. umenthal last I
-ii 177 S\
\ To 1 n 1 h isize the me-
the buff.
dock spelled
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\ joined
phi Shapiro in
50th wedding
annivi their parents. Mi
ind Mrs. Joseph Jampol. ol
Brot klyn Husband Mike flew
ip f( r thi day. but Bea braved
e: flier ranging from 15 to 30 be-
Ion to spend a week with the
lan'ih Festivities drew man>
'on- "inu- friends, and for the oc-
casion Lynn l. and David 12
Shapiro 1, presented grandmoth
er '^:th a sold jade locket.
F triner Miami Beachite Mrs
Harrj Pearl Hyams) Somer
stein, who now lives with her
husband in New York, on a stop
from a vacation in Honolulu
Joining them here briefly
her daughters, Linda who will
graduate from University of Flor-
ida ir Juno, and Helen, assistant
editor ol "Career Girl'" magazine
in Sew York
Seen enjoying dinner and the
ol the beautiful Pompano
st S turday, the Gerl
. Judge Charles and Hilda.
Esthei Levi -!
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daughter "1-
niversarj of her parents
Molly and William S Utman
leaving to visit son Dr Robert S
Altaian, who recentlj accept) d 1
p. sition with the Bow man G -
School of Medicine al Wake For-
est College. Winston-Salem. N.C.
He was also appointed to the
school's Pediatric Department
Of course, for the Altmans. the
trip will center around grand
daughter Leslie recentlj four
years-old
A gay dinner and theater partj
found first-nighters Murraj and
Fileen Levine. Sam and Marilyn
Levine, Richard and Sonya Hor-
wich and Charlie and Ruth Ja-
cobson atwitter ovei Claudette
Colbert- performance .it the
Grove Plaj house
Seen al the Pal Joey sellout
ai the MerryGo-Round Tl
in the Gabli smartlj dres
members ol the Auxiliary ol
Countj ] ton etrii Vssoi .
ai d sp 1 is the Dr
Helfmi ns Mai} Si zzins l
dack.- En riuel Pusl
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oi Greater aets
kiss from
year-old Brace
1965 Heart Fund Poster
Boy. The 1965 Hear! Sunday
Irive begins in Dade Cc
Thursday Feb. 18, and
encs on Hear: Sunday, Feb.
21, with more than 12,335
volun'eers callina or. their
. is and neiqhbors in an
effcr' to obtain funds to sup-
porl the Heart Association of
Greater Miami 9 year-round
I :o:j.'am of research, educa-
and cc: service.
AMHUCA S Ci-l C.lw* h
Planning National Council of Jewtsh Women s
Angel Luncheon on Mar. 10 are seated (left to
rigM Mrs. Robert Ch.lds. Bav Divurion.M.
Bernard Antin. Coral: Mrs. Yale Leavy. Cora
Mrs. Philic Friedman Brv: Mrs. Cvn-s M"
nulis. chairman of Anael Luncheon Mrs^Max
Fuchs, co-chairman- Mr. Joseph Swee. Coral
Standing Heft to riah" are Mrs. Samuel Feld-
man. Bay; Mrs. Harry Hausman IndijJ
Creek; Mrs. Karl Elon. Islands Mrs. San
man. Lincoln; Mrs. Richard Vehon. Coral,
David Barnett. Coral; Mrs. Hymen Mint
dian Creek: Mrs. Albert Haue'i Indian
Mrs Joseph Klein. Indian Creek Mrs.
Lazarus Indian Creek: Mr? Moms G
Coral.
Council Planning Anqel Luncheon Here Mar.
10
Plan- arc beii 1 1 Dieted !
Greafei Mian Sectioi Sal
Council ol .1. wisl W ''""
Ansel Limi '
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+JewlstincriJ/ar
Page 5*
)eGaulle Offers 'Solution9
oi Ihe basic problems being eon Asking what kind of "Palestinian
sidcrcd both by the French Uov- Federation"" could be created, the
ernment and by (Jen. de Gaulle agency continues in its comment:
himself. Paris thinks that, it geo "Such a federation seems an im-
SABI W4CA .1 TA (Ml.aaa a solution to the current Arab- Agence Fiance Press., the offi- pol*tical errors occurred when the possibility in the near futun Y< I
de Gaulle, president of Israeli confi ct. The tepoii was cial French news agency declared State of Israel was created one one must mention thai manj Arab
representatives unofficially des-
' kvas reported here alleged printed here by Maroc Informa- her
Uanning to suggest the forma ion, a French lansiag: Palestinian Federation' ncwinaner. Ara'i countries and
must now consider the situation a
in i ommenl ng on this re ,
ait accompli, and try to find a cribe tiie situation as an evil that
The relationship between n|ut on ,vuhi ,he fl.amewcrk
-i ael i- in
" -i- it stands now
hi cannot be cured b> a war limited
to the Middle Kasl "
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Page 6-B
Jenlslincrldton
Friday, February 19 j J
pROM lour to six on Sunday
' afternoon, many guests par-
ticipated in a Temple Beth Sho-
lom Festival of the Arts recep-
tion. An exhibition of contempo-
rary Israeli art was displayed in
the Beth Sholom Art Gallery.
Chairman Mrs. Seymour Silver-
man wore a gold and brown silk
print on a field of white. Her
short jacket covered a decollete
gold chiffon bodice, and her skirt
was full. Mrs. Earl Hamilton
chose a pink moygashel linen
sheath in a double-breasted ef-
fect. A white silk crepe sheath
with an accordion-pleated cowled
neckline was the choice of Mrs.
Anna Stein. The sheath was top-
ped with an apricot-colored,
fringed mohair stole which she
had made. Her daughter, Mrs.
Bernard Spector. was in a silk
print of sharply detailed blue and
green flowers.
BUSY greeting guests "as Mrs.
David Drucker. chairman of
the Beth Sholom Art Gallery. She
selected a gold brocade jacket
dress with an Empire waistline
featured on her sheath. Mrs. Leon
Kronish. wife of Beth Sholom's
spiritual leader, was in a classic
black ribbed silk suit. Her white
blouse was of embossed chiffon.
Wife of Israel's Counsul General
for the Southeast Region of the
United States. Mrs. Shimon Yal-
lon. chose an Israeli-designed en-
semble Her cotton sheath was
in an ombre green floral print,
and her beige linen coat was
lined to match her dress A strik-

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ing three piece silk suit was worn
bv Mrs. Leo Levin. The color was
a muted grey-white, and her
overblouse was scalloped at the
hipline. A royal blue sleeveless
sheath was the choice of Mrs
Irving Kaplan.
Serving champagne punch were
Mrs. Jonas Brotman and Mrs.
Chuck Posner. Mrs. Brotman's
ice blue wool knit was two-piece,
featuring a scalloped eftect on
the bodice, of a two-toned wool
fringe, with the fringe being re-
peated on the hem of the over-
blouse. Mrs. Posner was in a
Spanish red knubby silk sheath
with a matching wool cardigan
sweater Both the sweater and
dress were trimmed in orange.
Silk jersey in a shift silhouette
with a Pucci print in charcoal
and greens was chosen by Mrs.
Sam Hirsch. Mrs. Edna Chau
sit. who herself recently held a
.showing at the Beth Sholom Art
Gallery, was dressed in a white
linen knit ensemble interwoven
with gold lame.
.heath with a deep band ol nub
,he hemlme Mrs. Leon
, er, powder blue shirtwaist
was over a matching colored silk
Illusion Moss crepe m a color
which blended ere) and beige
was chosen bj Mrs Varon M.
Reder. overblouse had two
narr0M bands ol black across the
hipline, and her skirt was a
-heath
Mrs .lack Finks silk sari had
an oriental inspired paislcj print
with fuchsia and blue as the dom-
inant colors on a background ol
white. An Oriental-styled dress
was also selected by Mrs Al
Goldman in black silk crepe with
illusion creating the neckline and
long sleeves The crepe was used
for the mandarine collar and
slim CUffS, and a band of jet cav-
iar beads was slashed across her
bodice. A canary yellow wool
sheath was worn by Mrs. Agnes
Klins. Her hip-length matching
jacket was banded in grey leath-
er. Mrs. Esther Cohen's two piece
silk linen was in a jewel-tone
shade of turquoise. Her skirt fea-
tured a deep inverted pleat in the
center, and her overblouse was
almost torso-length.
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THE well-known couturier. Soli
Moustaki, is celebrating his
newly acquired American citi-
zenship by designing a patriotic-
inspired collection. It will be
shown by your columnist this
Sunday afternoon. 2 p.m.. at the
pool area of the Coronado Hotel
The showing is open to the pub
lie. and there is no admission.
Double Ring Rites
For Miss Rohan,
Mark Demsky
\ double ring ceremonj pert-
formed by Rabbi Morris Shop>uni-
ted sharla Rohan and MulK
Demsk) on Sunday Feb. 14. at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel. A reception
., duiner followed the 6 0clock
nuptials.
Parents of the newlyweds are Mr
and Mr>. Max Rohan, 2431 SW 16th
Ct and Mr and Mrs Bernard
Demsky. 5155 NW 1st St.
For the valentine Da) wedding,
the bride chose a gown of Skinner
satin designed with modified ba-
teau neckline and long sleeves With
lace appliques at the wrists. The
fitted midriff, enhanced with alen
con lace appliques, was circled by
an obi -ash terminating in a chapel
train from the back of the dome
skirt \ matching pillbox held the
many tiers of French silk illusion.
Serving as maid of honor was
Andrea Saver Bridesmaids includ-
ed Anne Demsky. the groom's sis
ter. Susan Dansky. .layne Rohan
and Mrs. Stephanie Rohan.
Best man to the bridegroom w as
Robert Cole. Ronald H. Rohan and
Steven Rohan, the bride's broth-
ers. Scott Demsky. the groom's
brother. Howard Freidin and Mar-
I tin Schwartz ushered.
A graduate of Coral Gables High
I School where she was president ol
the Spanish National Honor Society
and of Tn Beta Council. Mrs. Dem-
sky attended the University of
Floriila where she was affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
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M*S. MARK DCMSKr
The bridegroom graduated
Miami High, attended the I'tn
sity of Florida, and rcceived|(
gree in mathematics from the cJ
versity of Miami He is a
president of Alpha Eat
Fraternity and former
dent of Inter frati n itj
Following a wed
sau. the newlywi
Miami.
Medical Center Chapter Events Scheduled Here
kJRS. David Ewen, wife of the
,TI music critic, wore a gold
lame and black Yemenite em
bossed brocade sheath. It was
sleeveless with a high jewel neck
line. Her houseguest, from Pater-
son. N J., Mrs. Heyman Zimel.
was In a classic black silk crepe
Annual Tag Day lor the Bitcayn*
Chapter of the American Medical
Center will be held in North Miami
and North Miami Beach on Fri-
day
All proceeds benelit the Amer-
ican Medical Center, a cancer and
tuberculosis hospital and research
center in Denver. Colo.
Miss Taylor Now
Mrs. Nedelman
The former Deanna Taylor be-
came the bride of Barry Steven
Nedelman on Sunday. Feb. 14, at
Temple Zamora, with Habbi Her-
shel Brooks officiating A recep-
tion in the temple followed the
ceremony.
Bridals attendants were Irma C.
Taylor, the bride's sister, and Mrs
Edward Lewen Best man was
Irwin M, Becker, and Lewis Fein-
man ushen d
Daughter Of Mr and Mrs Jules
11. Taylor. 11120 SW 31st Ave. new
Mrs Nedelman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School.
Her bridegroom is the son of
Hiram Nedelman. 2990 SW 11th
St and Mrs Lenore Nedelman.
Bronx. NY. and served in the
is Navy aboard the USS Valley
Forge.
On their return from a honey
moon in Nassau, the couple will
live at 530 SW LeJeune lid.
Co-Chairmen Mrs Lou Teich
and Mrs. David Diamond antici-
pate full cooperation and good
participation from the local mer-
chants and residents of the com
munity
Coral Chapter of the American
Medical Center will hold n> Mad
Hatter's luncheon and card party
on Wednesday at the home of Mrs
Jack Weiner, :iun-j Brickell Ave
Annual Taj Da>
Flamingo Chapter -Jfl
third Monday nt afl
Day will be i
lag! on Feb .'
held at thi S
Center, Mian:! ;
Tropical Chapter
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We
the
Women
sot
Iv.'OMAN OF THE WEEK
Mrs, llarryj Zukernick is like a dash of pepper,
no ,i go and energy, her dark eyes ablaze with ques
(lions and enthuaiaam. Sue was born in New York City.
i father and mother, gentle, straight-laced peoole, were
[quite strict with Sue'a upbringing. Ilcr father had an onor-
Kious old-fashioned drug store, where a bubbling tea kettle
|vi..... on the fat-bellied stove, and a great dog barked and a
|(i purred in the corner it was from this phase <>f her
Ijitt- ih.it she learned not to take pills. Her father always
jii-,, id say, "If you can't cure it with hot tea. it has to be
lent out." Sue is a tea drinker.
Ilcr mother was a perfectionist in whatever she did,
|t, aching her daughter to be one. too. Sue learned how to
sew. at the same time knowing full
well that even ready-made clothes
had to Ik- ripped apart and done
by hand. She went to NYTJ and
Pratt Business School, mainly at
night. She worked two days a
week for the construction company
that built the Queensboro Exten-
sion The other three days, she
read plays, all of the authors from
A to Z. The Zukernicks were in-
troduced to each other by Harry's
brother, and Sue says that when
they got married, it seemed as if
they had always been together.
When their son. Michael, was six
years old. they moved from New-
York to Miami Beach Michael
.i lawyer, living in San Francisco. During the war
iiMi'v Sue worked in her husband's law office as his secre-
lias always had Just one ambition: to keep her hus-
1 liappj Harry has been and is most active in the
|< unity lie has served as president of many organiza-
i on> Sue travels with him whenever it is possible since
11 now on the Board of Governors Of Florida Law. it
i ii> for Harry to get around the state every five
Sue goes along aa chauffeur. Harry, unlike most
amis, feels easj with Sue at the wheel, and uses that
",| advantage to read the sheaf of papers he has
Busy .ill day, Sue wishes she had four hands:
- ol the handj ones who can weed the garden,
up a dress, whip up an exciting new
dash ofl a two-page letter to her son or to one
in.i.: friends that they have made throughout the
in Europe.
ernicks enjoj having few people ;it ;t time
il the) can ,.'t to know each other through
>ions in which politics, religion and current
5 a part. Thej attend the Chamber Music
1 o icerts, the Temple Israel Lecture Serii -.
- -pecial music and cultural events that are always
: ing the season Ever) summer the) spend
traveling Sue is the travel agent, as well as
i>ne "i tin great factors in Sue's life is her love of
Travel books, non lietion and fourteen Weekly
iblications are part of her insatiable quest for
No wonder Sue is never bored with her own
an)
imers Reveal Joan Beth's Troth
Mrs Sanford Kramer. Miami, and is employed by the
!>iLido Dr., DiLido Island. Cit) National Bank <>! Miami.
Cohn. Levine
Plan Marriage
On June 24
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard David
Cohn, "t Tuskegee, Ala., announce
the engagement <>t their daughter,
Sherry Ann. to David Martin Le-
vine. son of Mr. and Mrs Irwin
Levine. of Miami.
The future bride is the grand-
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Morris
Gottlieb, ol Tuskegee, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cohn, of Union Sprin js,
Ala.
Miss (<:hn graduated from Gull
Park College, Gulfport, Miss, She
studied at the University of Ha-
waii. Honolulu, and the National
University Of Mexico in Mexico
City She is currently a student
at the University of Miami, where
she is a member of Sigma Delta
Tail Sorority and serves as a Uni-
versity of Miami hostess. She was
presented at the 1964 Blue and
Gra> Colonels Ball in Montgomerv.
Ala.
Grandparents of the future bride-
groom are Mrs. Louis Epstein and
the late Mr. Epstein, and Louis
Levine and the late Mrs. Levine,
all of Miami.
Mr. Levine graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High, attended the Uni-
versity of Tampa, where he was a
member of the varsity football
team, and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1963 with a
BS degree in zoology. He is a
member of Beta Beta Beta, hon-
orary biological fraternity, and
Theta Chi. social fraternity. He is
currently associated in business
with his father in Miami.
The marriage is planned [or
June 24 at Temple Beth-Or in
Montgomery.
Beth David Paper Drive
Beth David I SY is conducting its
monthly paper drive in the svna
gogue's parking lot on Sunday from
9 to 1 p.m.
Mrs. Gladwin at Confab
Surfside Couneilwoman Mrs. Rhea
Casbman Gladwin attended the an
nti a I conference lor city officials
sponsored by the Florida League
of Municipalities through the Tub
lie Service Training Center, Divi-
ion of General Extension, Florida
Institute for Continuing Univer-
sity Studies. The conference, which
provided basic procedures of city
governments, was held in Orlando
on Mondaj and Tuesday.
Miss Postelnek
!s Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Postelnek.
10315 S\V 42nd Tor., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Hazel (Cheri), to Mark Edward
Kerness.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerness.
1425 SW 85th Avc.
Miss Zuckerman
Eyes Apr. 11 Rites
Rosalia Norma Zuckerman and
Harvey Arnold Weinberg will be
married on Apr 11 at the DoraJ
Beach Hotel.
The future bride is the daughter
of Mrs Meyer Zuckerman. 1125
Marseille Dr.. and the late Mr,
Zuckerman.
Now teaching at Francis Parker
School in Chicago, Miss Zucker-
man attended Miami University
and graduated from Teachers Col-
lege in Chicago.
Her fiance, in business in Chica-
go, is a graduate of Wisconsin U.
Bea Kalmus
To be Honored
Miami Beach Chapter. City of i
Hope, annual leukemia Day lunch-
eon honoring stage and radio star \
Bea Kalmus as 'Woman of the
Year" is slated for Wednesday
noon at the Fontaineblcau Hotel.
Dr. Melville L. Jacobs, assistant I
medical director. City of Hope,
and director of radiology and nu-
clear medicine, returning from a
lecture tour to Paris and London,
will be guest speaker. Author of
numerous scientific papers. Dr.
Jacobs serves as consultant to the
I'.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Gifts will include plane trip to
Panama and a week's stay at the
Panama Hilton for two. 10 individ-
ual weeks at Harbor Island Spa.
courtesy of the chapter's Larry
Paskow. dinners, furs, perfume
and trips to Nassau.
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< ngagement of their
Joan Beth, to F. Martin
f1 "I Mr and Mrs Jack
r1 NE 178th St.
Kramer, who is a grand-
Mi and Mrs Sam
Mr. Gallant attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and graduated
from the University ol Miami in
1963. He i- employed by Coro
jewelry manufacturers
Alter a May wedding, the couple
! the University ol will make their home in Miami
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Friday. February 19
'%\
Mrs. Samuel Simonhofi (lef'V president of the Greater Miami
Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, meets with Mrs. Abiaham F. Wechsler, of New York,
rhairman of the Society of he Book, to discuss the Feb. 22
brunch.
Women to Hear Friends Prexy
Women of the Societ> of the
k will be L;rc~i- "i Mrs Abra-
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Vice President Humphrey Will Receive p^*
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Voice." lie will be
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\ice President Hubert H, Hun,- On the evening of Feb. 24. fol- Rabbi SanforSteltzer. ,hc
phrey will receive the honorar) de low'ng the convocation. Gen Sar. |
. of Doctor ol Laws from the noll w,n De a special guesl al ihe
Jewish Theological Seminar} ol St.|1)jn.11A -s anIuial convocation din-
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Sunday, il was announced this the institution wUl presenl its m
week Dr '"ins Finkelstein tional Community Service Av ird
gations, and discuss his
'Judaism and Prayei
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Y"i'k siatc chairman 1 Women's
Dp isii n has announced that mem-
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The Vice President originally
- heduled to receive the de
irree at a convocation al Te
Emanu El in Miami Beach next
v ,. inerd j smut offici gov
crnment business reo,uires thai
Vice President Humphrej be in
Wa 1 ngton on Feb. 24. the spec'al
lunche in w a- set for Sunday to
acco imodate his calendar," Dr
Finkelstein declared.
The degree will be conferred
upon the Vice President in rec-
ognition of his "years of exem-
plary public service, his private
integrity and his conviction that
American life should embody the
enduring troths of biblical pro-
phecy concerning the pursuit of
economic justice and peace
among men." Dr. Finkelstein
will confer the degree.
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Friday. February 19. 1965
-Jewisti fhr/dHan
Paqe 9-3
Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneieth Israel Con-
gregation, visits Jewish National Fund projects in Israel.
losens to Be
lonored Mar. 7
MR. AND MRS. HARRY BOSf.V
nd Mr*. ii.iiT> Rosen will
nored Sundaj evening. Mar.
the DeauviHe Hotel by Ye-
ii\.i Torah V'udaath and Mesivta
: \. York Cit>
considered one ol
esi schools ol higher learn-
ited States, with an
.......re than 2.000 stu
school for re-
in \luncy, \ Y Its
in Brooklyn, N Y
the dinner ill be
Miii ol Knes-
leader in
- Oi ;aniza
n| Ihe Hebrew
ion are Louis
in Eisenberg,
Sam Reinhard,
\ .1 Safra
n Goldberg and ivh Vo.hal "M
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Rabbi Lehrfield
WJIf Deliver
Report to JNF
Pabi D |, spiritual
ler ol Knessel Israel
llj n irn I [i
' Israel hi visited
Jewi h National Fund de
veli | [project (hem
Mi \.,
I '> Ell p r idem ol the
' i h National Fund Council ol
Miami, announced this
w ek lhal Rabl Lehrfield will pre-
sent a report on hi- trip ;it ;i meet
iiiL' ol the council next Thursday
evening, Feb. 25, al the Fontaine-
hie.mi Hotel
Also on the program will be
one of the latest Israeli films,
s well as a sister act, featuring
Launa and Tania Solnik, accom-
panied at the piano by Aida
Yaslo.
"As in previous years, Rabbi
Lehrfield and Louis Dublin, presi-
lent ol Kneseth Israel, have been
ardent in thrir support of the an-
nul Jewish National Fund evening
jiven by their congregation," Ell
declared, adding th.u "Kneseth Is-
rael is the only congregation in
Greater Miami with such an an-
nual JNF affair."
Zev W. Kogan Will deliver his
traditional JNF address at the con
regation tin- Fridaj evening Ell
Bdded.
Reform Brotherhoods Meet
BSJ rnfJOr *i LicVOVrltz. president
"i the National Federation ol Tern
pie I'.i therhoods, will address Re-
empli Brotherhood mem-
it Florii
I a \ hop meetit
Thursi i ):i5 p
Temple B lom
hi |
. SI 1111 ( > W
Pred, im'i -
dent, i
cih iods from \v, >t Palm Beach to
South Miami
Rev. Graham Due
At Beth Am
On Saturday, ai m:4o a.m.. Rev.
Edward Graham, president ol tin-
Ministerial Alliance, will address
the RellgiOUS School of Temple
Beth Am Some 500 students will
meet in the saunctuarv to hear
the talk
Lee Vogel Due
At Chapter Meet
Hex* Tuesday
: i
inner a idet ator ol \\ Q i
Opi e Fo will adi i
i
11-30 a.m it tl
Pai l.aiii ( afetei i on i oi I
Way
Vndei sen ,- el,., .
tei president and program < hi
man i> Mrs Ra I 'hen
Topic will be The Dangers of
the Extreme Left and Hi-ht "
which will include a presentation
Ol recorded voices of member- il
the American Nazi Party, the Com-
munist Party and the John Birch
Society.
Zionist Leader
To be Speaker
"i African Zionist leader Jack
Mexander will be guesl speaker
meeting ol Greater Miami Reg
ii. B'nai Zion, on Thursday eve-
Fi b 25. al Washington Fe I
123-1 Wi shington \. Alexan
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Friday, February 19, iggc
Jfyar ^Mitzvalx
Stephen Schatxman
Services on Saturday morning,
in Beth David Synagogue
. lude the Bar Mitzvah oi
,i Mr and Mrs. San*
Schatzman 4300 Monserrate St.,
Gables
Sti phi eighth grade stu-
Stephen Schofimon Andrew Heller
lent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
I has attended Beth David Re-
. ous School for eight years. He
- .i coin collector
Stephen's parents have been
mbei i I Beth David Congrega
tion for 30 years. His grandpar-
ents, Mrs. Isidore Schwartz, of Mi-
and Mrs. Louis Schatzman,
N a Brunswick. N.J.. will be
ong those attending the celebra-
tion. Mr and Mrs. Schatzman are
giving a reception in Stephen's
i at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Andrew Heller
Andrew Glen, son ol Mr. and
>: Donald Jay Heller. 7000 Chap-
. Field Dr.. will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Feb 20 at Temple
., h Shirah.
Andrew is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High. His
interests are golf, football and sail-
ing

Donald Schwartz
On Saturday. Feb. 20. Donald, son
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz.
will be Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite
Center morning service.
Donald, in the eighth grade al
Shenandoah Junior High, is a s
dent at the Israelite Center Re
ious School.
He "ill be honored at the Kiddush
.. ing services and at a recep
i tion at the Kings Baj Country Club
Michael Stern
Michael Barry, son ot Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Stern. 4450 Nautilus
Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning. Feb. 20. at Temple
Beth ShOlom. Michael is a student
ol the Beth Sholom Continuation
Class of 5725.
* *
Michael Leb
Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel M. Leb. Of 17791 NE 9th
Ct., will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Feb. 20. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Michael is a seventh grader at
John F Kennedy Junior High
School and is also completing five
years of instruction at the Harold
Wolk Religious School
i
Kiddush will follow the services,
tendered by Michael's parents, and
a reception and dinner will be held
in his honor at the Napoleon Room
of the Deauville Hotel on Saturdaj
night
Lee Friedel
Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs Ronald
R. Friedel. 17801 NE 9th Ct.. will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.'
Feb. 20. at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Lee has attended Beth Torah
Hebrew School for five years and
is an honor student at John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High. He belongs to
the North Miami Beach Tennis
Club and has just returned from l
Sarasota. representing North Mi-
ami Beach. Lee was a pitcher for
four years in Little League Base-
ball.
Kiddush. following services, will
be tendered by his parents. A re-
ception in Lee's honor will be held
in the Napoleon Room of the Deau-
ville Hotel on Saturday evening.
Out-of-town guests include Lee's
Michael leb
Michael Stern
Alan Weinstein
Lee friedel
Linda Lindenberg
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Moe
Friedel, of Great Neck, N Y.
Alan Weinstein
On Saturdaj morning, Feb 20. al
Beth David Synagogue. Alan Da-
vid, son of Mr and Mrs Sam
Weinstein. 2440 S\\ 21SI Ter., will
be Bar Mitzvah.
Alan is a seventh grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High and
has attended Beth David Religious
School for five years
Alan's grandparents are Mr and
Mrs [sadore Weinstein, Detroit.
Mich and Mrs Hose Rapaport.
Miami Beach
Jay Samuelson
On Saturday morning, Feb. 20.
the Bar Mitzvah of Jay. son of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Samuelson, will
be observed at Temple Judea.
Jay is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High and
plays trombone in the school band.
He is active in all sport-, includ-
ing basketball and football.
Mr and Mrs. Samuelson will
sponsor the Kiddush in Jay's honor.
*
Linda Lindenberg
Bas Mitzvah of Linda, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lindenberg.
will be celebrated on Saturday.
Feb. 20. at Temple Emanu-EI.
Linda attends seventh grade of
Nautilus Junior High School. Win-
ner of the Elks Americanism
Award, her hobbies include reading
and archery.
Linda's grandfather is Henry
| Lindenberg. of Miami Beach.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception in her home following
the service.
uora Stein Ladies
Plan Functions
Regular meeting of the Dora
stem Sisterhood will be held at
the Social Hall on Tuesday eve
ning Mrs Louis Cohen, program
chairman, will introduce "Pano-
rama Ol Jewish Festivities." Sis-
terhood member- will participate.
On Wednesda> noon, a "Sweet
heart Luncheon' will be held in
the Social Hall Chairmen will be
Mr.- Estelle Lazarus and Mrs. Hj
Kirsner Games will follow the
luncheon Proceed- go to the Re
ligious School Mrs. Chester Leiter
is president
Beach Hadassah
Adds Chapter
Mrs Nat Barth. Miami Beach
Chapter president, announces the
formation of Forte Tower- llad.i-
sah. the 17th group to be part ol
the chapter
First meeting of the new group
was to take place in the Recreation
oom of Forte Towers Ron Thurs-
day at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Norman Meyers, chapter
membership vice president was to
be in charge.
Gulfstream 0RJ Meeting
Women's American 0R1 Gil
stream Chapter, met S
the Everglades Hotel Mrs Mut
ray Rubin. 7525 E. Treasure Dr
North Bay Village, said the pn,
cipal speaker was Mrs LoUi,
Baron. ORT president for th;
Southeast region.
Springs Villas Goffer
This >ear marks the silver anni-
versary for Patty Berg as a pro-
fessional golfer, a guest at Miami
Springs Villas. She is resting up
momentarily from the golfing wars.
but plans to begin them again
when she enters the St. Petersburg
Open next month.
Music Month
Luncheon Set
Mr- Anna K. Whiti
vice president. Louise
ter. Women's Division v
Jewish Congress, announces that a
special Jewish Musii M
eon meeting will take p e at tr
Monte Carlo Hotel ot
Feb 25, 11:30 a.m.
Special guest will I Marir
Spear, lyric soprano, wh
peared a- soloist in t n ert, o;
era and television, and i- curreit
ly appearing at local
ram will includ.....lection
from opera, musicals :
and Jewish folk songs \
rv.-t .'.ill be Binah Bart
MiSS Spear lla- SUDg With Milfl
Beach Music and Art- Leaf
Presiding at the meet
Mr- Joseph Albuquerq prc>
dent Hostess ill be Lillian Tovri
-end.
Participating will be Mesdami
Mary S. Cohen. Sara Coher it)
Colton. France- Herder. Pal
Pomerantz. Irene Kaplan IstW
Slavitt, Ruth Baum. H"o R1'-
Anne Tanenbaum. Sadye R
Lillian Hersch. Anne Tepper B
Blum. Elizabeth Leibowitz, S*
I'tal. Gertrude Mogul and BosH
Dubin.
rif
m
World-renowned Cantor Vic-
tor Gelb will officiate at Pass-
over services of the Coral
Reef Kosher Hotel, on the
oceanfront at 36th St. Abe
Getter said that Cantor Gelb
has previously appeared at
the Concord Kiamesha Lake,
Flcgler and Grossinger Ho-
tels, all in New York State.
Getter has been a kosher ho-
tel operator here for the past
21 years.
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1965
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Ncrct Off
Puerto Rco
\, ot, "I '' "l'"
pr, senl the Jewish
,,. in .. visit to
. lieges
,.. special lectures will
I i let Vmerican I ni.
[ .. Rico, San German,
',!. Evangelical Seminary,
.', ,,.,. : om Sunday, Feb. 28.
; Mar 5
... will participate in a
i ,m n -The New Image of
ding Through Dia-
th David
cture Series
i
in
i
talk.
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,1
ihe sixth lecture in
.: j(| adull education
The Synagogue In
-
^ Rabbi Eliezer A.
mi Tuesday, fol-
. Hebrew and Bible,
. .it 8 p.m.
i. sponsored by Beth
tion with the Bu-
.- i Education
'Who's Who' Edition
enlarged 1.100-page
l. ... Who in World
ii | biographical
Jews
rid, a as publish-
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FR 9-3235

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! v. 'II Ml Pocono Ml. camps in
& f male, single or mar-
completing 2nd yr. college or
Teachers pre!., lor Several
' recrtallMal or athletic
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Miami. Thirty-six acres on
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2321 SW. 25th St., Miami, at
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nd washing re-
v pt ovided
1,1 HP.. Box 2973. Miami 33101
President Mrs. Henry Gewitz with three past presidents of
Shore Unit. Papanicolau Cancer Research Institute of Miami,
as she receives the organization's Woman of Valor Award.
Presentation was made at the group's 11th annual luncheon
at the Carillon Hotel on Feb. 10 attended by some 800 women.
Left to right are Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs. Milton Blum, Mrs.
Gewitz, and Mrs. Milton Smith, who received the 1964 award.
Molaskys Will
Host Cocktails
Next Thursday
A .1 Molasky, a trustee of the
Greater .Miami Jewish Federation,
and Mrs. Molasky, in conjunction
with u committee of Mimosa
Apartment neighbors, have in-
vited their fellow residents to a
cocktail party at their home on
Thursday, Feb. 25. at r>:30 p.m.
Speaking at the cocktail party
arranged by a committee ol Mi
mosa neighbors will be Arthur s.
Rosichan, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion
Members ol the committee in
addition to Molasky. include Mor-
ris Hirsch, Meyer Kronenberg.
Abe Kutash. Abraham Magid.
Harry l'earlman. Harry Hubel.
\\ally Sigal and Irving Silon.
Home Owners Will
Hear Specker
Biscayne Point Home (tuners
Association will hold its regular
monthlj meeting at the home oi
Mr and Mrs. David Hank. 1772
Cleveland Kd on Sunday |)i Ed
ward T. Litt. president, will con
duct the 2 p.m meeting.
Mrs. A.ii on Tepper, program
chairman, will introduce guest
speaker, B Bayard Strell, presi
dent, Miami Beach Association ol
Ihe I 11111 i Nations
Hostesses for the afternoon are
Mesdames G dfrej Perell, Joel
ii rman Caini i arola
New board members of the Jewish Home for the Aqod at their
first orientation session about the Home and general problems
ot the aaed in the office of Executive Director Maurice Pearl-
stem. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Jesse LeVine, S. Robert
Cooper, Mrs. Harry Gordon. Standing (left to right1 cue Harry
Smith, Aaron Korenvaes and Maurice Pearlstein.
Home Residents To be Feted
Douelas Gardens Jewish Hom<
for the Aged, will celebrate Feb
DR. STEPHAN A. MORRIS
OPTOMETRIST
Announces the ooeninq of
his professional office at 'he
Zayre Shopping Ce
8741 Coral Way
Office hours are from 9:30
to 5 30 daily, evenings by
appointment
Ph. 226-7831
COMPANION WANTED
BY ELDERLY WIDOW
to shor" her nnarfment
on Miami Beach
FR 47636 or JE 8-3948
'MAN WILL SHARE HER
COSHER FRIVATE HOME
' I* ome. Near Synagogue,
II privileges, reasonable.
FR 9-4626
"tax'returns
RATES from $5
INDIVIDUAL BUSINESS
"Our nth Year in Sjuth Fla '
JAMES CANN
14537 N.W. 7th AVE.
ruarj birthdays ol 11 residents on
Wednesday, starting ai 7 p.m.. in
the main dining room ol the Home
Ages "i the celebrants range from
:: to 97. Average is B5-plus Each
n sid< in will be given a personal
"itt made possible by the Women's
Auxiliaries of the Home.
Fred Punier will entertain with
a program of songs, accompanying
himsell at the piano I'uhler. orig-
inallj from Vienna, now calls Lon-
ion, England, his home
Following the entertaimet, birth,
daj cake and punch will be served
Social Club
Sf>ts Card Party
Miami Friendl) Social Club i-
nlanning a card partj for Thurs-
day, Feb 25, 7 p m at Beth El
Congregation Social Hall
Chairmen of the affair, w.hich
will include refreshments, are Mrs
Joseph Brafl and Mrs. Isidor Sil
ver.
President oi the group, which
meets on Sundav afternoons and
Thursday evenings, is Max Gar-
shag.
Beffi David Sisterhood
Too Young to be a (irandl.it!
ii." b> Willard Temple, "ill be
reviewed bj Mrs, Fran Kerdyk at
.. Chinese brunch ion sored by
Beth David Sisterhood on Wi
daj 11:30 a.m., in Spector Hall.
In charge of reservations are Mrs,
Irving Genet and Mrs. Mann) Li
I, I. co-chairmen, and Mrs. Mur-
ray Uacks.
537 N.W. 7th AVE. I
Call 6886638 ]
>!er Tmid \ adies
State Cantata
.
., Th
lew s s rig," ted b\ Miss
P.m.i Barnett .- acco npanied bj
Mrs, Sol Lisken.
Participants are Mrs Joseph
W lute. Mrs Rudolph l tal, Mrs,
\be Goldman, Mrs Sonny Levine,
Mrs Shirlej Greene. VIrs Bcrel
Mogul, VIrs Florence Struhl and
Mrs Jerri Kunker.
Program chairman is Mrs I. mis
Cohen Presidenl is Mrs Eugene
Schw art/
Pine Forest Camps
Accepts Applicants
Two mountain camps in the Po
cones of Pennsylvania. lake Owi
go and Timber Tops, are now at
cepting applications Local rep
resentative is Fithian Studios ol
Dancing and Drama. :t.'!:i W 47t.;
St.. Miami Beach.
Lake Owego is for boy- age I
to 15. with Carl Freedman serving
as director.
Timber Tops is tor girls, also
age 8 to 15. with Mel I Brodsky
sen ing as directoi
Two miles apart, the camp- fea
lure either lour or eight week pn
-ram- and oiler athletics, includ
ing water .-port-, canoe trips and
scuba diving on a private lake
For boys and girls age 4 to 6,
Pine Forest Camp features a camp
\ ithin a i amp, Acoi i with
Edw n : Blai k. Man in E. Black
and Ted S. Halpern as directors
In Elkit Pa the camp, limite i
to '_''i boj an i l'ii ii js
s| eared to children
Irom kindergarten through pn-
. .ii v ?ri des
Fi i c C to 16 Pii
Forest ol i u .it' r -,
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^iddle-Age Jewish Woman,
Kosher home in Miami.
Call HI 8-0215
, WIDOW IN FORTIES
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I a Stileslody, needs any work
or Beach. Sabbath observer.
FI n oVocl. Please lenve number
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on Miami Beich to elrterly p-rson or
couple. 3 meals DAILY. Privilege
of g.irden p.itio. near eveiyth.ng.
Call 532-4236
Temple Israel
Ladies1 Function
Temple Israel Sisterhood inter
faith program on Wednesday in
Wolf.son Auditorium was a review
of -The Rabbi and the Minister "
Depicted in the book is Rabbi
Stephen M wise, who was por
frayed by Dr. Joseph Ii Narot.
The minister, John H a > n e s
Holmes, was portrayed by John
Papandrew, ol the First Unitarian
Church of Miami
Mrs Joseph R Na "ol and Mrs.
Jacob Bornstein are inti
chairmen.
Camp Ocala
'Get-Together'
Camp ocala director Dr Theo-
dore Struhl has announced plans
for the winter "get-together" for
campers former campers, and
prospective camper- and their
families on Sunday. Feb 28. at
Mcrniugside Pool, on the Baj at
58th St Miami A special pro-
gram ol trampoline and karate
exhibitions has been planned
tween 2 and 5 p.m
- ited on Sellers
. i atilla, and its campus
ranges o\ ei 20 acres ot pi h ate
wooded property in the heart ol
the Ocala National Forest about
280 miles north oi Miami
The camp accommodates 290
boys and girls between the ages
ol 5 and lb' and oilers two 4 week
and an 8-week diversified camp
ng program under the guidance of
qualified instructors.
Dr Struhl said that 'amp Ocala
is now registering second gener-
ation campers
Also on the program for Feb. 28
will be boat rides on the hay,
games.- swimming and refresh-
ments. S.T.
Doral Beach Hotel became
the undisputed Biq Band cap-
ital ot the world when Coun-.
Basie opened with his orch-
es'-a Tuesday at the hotel's
Shell Room for a repea' per-
formance of last year's Dora!
Triumph. With Guy Lombar-
do and his "sweetest music
this side of heaven" Dlavinq
nightly in the Starlight Root
Doral offers the most unusual
ar.d contracting set of bic
bands ever offered on Miam:
Beach. Also in the offing dur-
ing Basie's two-week stav at
Doral is a taping session
with Doral's "Comedian in
Residence," Jackie Gleason.
for a future Gleason telecast.
LEGAL NOTICE
fund-Raising Affair
Major fund-raising affair for;
Sun I'nit. Woman's Corps of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research In-
StitUte at Miami, will be an auc-
tion, bazaar and buffet supper at
Surfside Community Center on
Sunday. Feb 28, 7 p.m. All pro
i- are earmarked for cancer
rese, rch. Mrs .lack Bornbaum is
pi i sident ol the unit, with Mrs.
man Shapiro ervi kel
man.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66045-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditor* slid All |vi.-..: Ha\
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Kxtate;
You ore hereb> notified ; t>. i r.-
i(Oir.-,l in iitrsi-nt un> i'laim- and mAntlv which you may have nicalnnl
the i-iai. ol RU8K ROBINSON .1. -
.-. i!-.ii late "i Dude County, Florida
to Mi, Count} .luilui.- ni' 1':ol,. County,
ami file Hi.- same In dupllrali and a
pms ill. il in Si Ptln "SS 16. Horidu
si.imii.-. iii I heir i.ni..-.- in the Coun-
l> i 'oui Ihouse in I ade I "ounlj Ploi
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Florida. Friday. February 19. 1965
Section C
-:
t ,- liititw*t fi**'*'inii0mtjM.iJmfiminttlCmjttmHijQMniunmijw*.Huitgifkh) JtknJt>.
otherhood Week Should
Year-Round Observance
[National Conference "l
Jn- and .lews, sponsoring
[or Inc. annual National
.....i Week campaign to
bi tier human relations.
ii -i its cause on a one-
imc slot The backbone
ink i> ii- year-round edu-
irogrant carried on in
fvels "i society through
Dii.il of I ices and 154 chap*
the L'niied states, and
the work of its sister or
on. the Canadian Council
s!:.iii- and Jews.
I as founded in res
il eminent Amen-
i harles K\ana
Newton D Baker S
nan, llo a < r W
j ii Haye.
the v.cious anti-Catho-
v i campaign against
|''i Thej recognized an
lor an urganizal i n
II lorms '. bigotrj
and ignorance which would turn
one group of Americans against
another, thereby undermining
the great promise of democracy.
The NCCJ is a civic and edu-
cational organization, it is not a
religious or interfaith movement
The NCCJ seeks the support ot
all religiously-motivated people
t:> help promote justice, amity.
mutual understanding and civic
cooperation among all men. it
doe- not aim at any sort ol amal
valuation of religious bodies or a
Ii ast common denominator of
d icrine II docs not engage in
common worship
In :(t. the NCCJ works to
guard against the dangers ol re
ligious indiffercntism. It seeks to
iniluence Americans to appreci-
ate the diversities among them
and to hear the responsibilities
ot human com m unit)
The NCCJ purpose is positive:
i" approach more rlosel> the
'ANOTUff O*0eUwijY -HfY DC*1' 0"->- i-.-"- k!*
national ideal of "one nation,
under God, indivisible with lib-
erty and justice for all." It is
concerned with all areas of con
llict based on race, socio-econom-
ic interests, and political belief.
as well as those of religious dif-
ferences, It does not serve any
area of vested interest, but
rather the interests of all Ameri-
cana Ol every race, creed and
nationality.
The NCCJ program is educa-
tional It follows a multiple ap-
proach at various levels ol the
intcrgroup situation in the com-
munit] Ft reaches millions ol
\ ii ii- annually by conduit
ing programs with and through
existing institutions and organ-
izations. Its accomplishments
must not be measured in terms
ol the immediate and the spec-
i.....lar. ii neither a propa
danda organization nor a pres-
sure group, it does nol lobby, it
docs n il pass resolutions
The NCCJ program is, how-
ever, a profoundlj important and
bash form ol acti in. By pro
motmg the fundamental religi-
i 'i- and demo, i atic Ira litions ol
,i> liity, it helping citizens in
a i lural societj to arrive al con
Igh w :'! h the) can
n it lj and u isi Ij in !e
in t v ith th rm| lex problems
ol human relations.
Human Relations
Urgent for All Men
Brotherhood Week is more
than a one week proposition. In
1934. at the suggestion of Fr.
Hugh McMenamin, pastor of the
Catholic Cathedral in Denver.
Colo., the National Conference of
Christians and .lews inaugurated
its first Brotherhood observance
as a single day ol recognition to
draw national attention to the
vital need for better human re-
lation- and the NCCJ year-round
educational activities aimed at
achieving these goals.
Within five years, by 1939. a
single da) could no longer en-
compass the vast variety of civ
ic and religious activities which
came to be associated with this
annual event. Brotherhood Da)
became Brotherhood Week and
the year round NCCJ educational
activities view more imperailvi
with every passing day.
Immediatel) the confines of
even one week hecame absurd
to thinking men concerned about
the rapid social upheaval- I I
lowing World War II and man's
ability or lack of it to adjust to
meet the new challenges of
change Too many Americans
were still content to drift with
the winds, to hole up in comfort-
able walls of prejudice and hope
that somehow they would come
out all right.
But human relations have In-
come an imperative and urgent
matter for all mankind the
world over. Our petty daily lives
are an integral part of today's
world and we must all bear per-
sonal responsibility tor what our
world shall become.
In 1965. if Brotherhood Week
is beginning to get under our
skin as a sham, a false pretense
or conscience salve so that we
can return to normal, unbrother-
ly behavior for the rest of the
year, then we are only now be-
ginning to get the message of
Brotherhood Week since it- in
coption :ti years ago.
Brotherhood Week is more
than a one week proposition It is
a Year Hound Coal.
Once we acknowledge a per-
sonal and continuing responsibil-
it) to the fulfillment of the fund-
amental ideals of brotherhood
we must take time out to consid-
er the best plan of action It Is
impossible to think while we are
involved in action and impossi-
ble to act wisely until we have
a plan Brotherhood Week is
that time in which to think so we
can put our thoughts into action
for the remaining 51 weeks in
the year.
l'art of an) plan is a realistic
Courtesy: I D. Warren
Cincinnati I miuircr
Cincinnati, <' '
Promotion
On Merit
Issues such as merit promo-
lion without regard l<> race, creel
or national origin, the growing
complex problems "I automation.
unemployment, education ami
retraining and the overriding ne
cesslty for common concern in all
these matter- arc some of the
topic ror discussion The NCCJ
seeks to create through such vol-
unlarv channels ol communica
tiiuis. an understanding of mu-
tual rcsposibilit) ami respect for
il: -se fin- lal human relations
problems, thus helping to under-
write the continued peace and se-
curity of America.
appraisal of its chances lor -uc-
cess. Immediately we face the
major stumbling block to the ful-
fillment of Brotherhood it is the
excuse that lets man -hun the
try, for who by himelf can hope
to achieve the goal Ol brother-
hood no matter how ardent I;, he
may wish it?
A realization of inadequao.
however, can never negate the
logic thai Brotherhood Week ac-
cents. Mankind must learn to live
together in peace and harmony.
The alternative is chaos Thus
logic tells us we mil-' surmount
the stumbling block of individ
ii,il frailty We are our brother -
keeper if for no other reason
than p'ire self-interest
Next we must realize wo are
not alone in our commitment,
Thinking men everywhere an
struggling with the problems >l
better human relation- Tim- in
our commitment, we become one
of man) and a leader b) exam-
ple, for others lii follow
Most importantly we musi
realize that there is no easy road
to the accomplishment of broth
erhood. in performing an) dif-
ficult task, once we accept the
end as desirable we must then
forget it completely and con
cent rate solely on the means.
While hope and faith arc eternal
well-springs of mankind, neither
are a means to a hoped for end
They can only be the sustaining
lories while man himself must
struggle to achieve his goal
Struggle is the burden of broth
erhood. a daily and persona!
struggle to surmount the preju-
dice within ourselves. Fear of
the differences among us and
fear of change play into the
hands of the bigot in all of us.
Our greatest enemy is ourselves.
Mankind has weathered count
less and major social adjust
ments throughout history Today
it faces its greatest challenge
to accept all men. no matter what
their race, creed or national
origin, as free and equal mem
hers in the human family. Ask
self. are you man enough
tor the task?
\n American
The only question 'I III". TRl K
AMERICAN eve: asks is not.
v,. yen a Protcstanl or Catho
lie, Gentile or -lew. white or col-
ored, im' Arc you an American'
ii vou are. then give me your
hand, for I am an American too.
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"5
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Dom's Shell Service Station
"SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS"
SUPER SHELL WITH T.C.P.
SHELL XI00 MOTOR OILS PREMIUM
TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES
16795 So. DIXIE HWY. Ph. 238-6833
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
REBUILT WASHER CO., Inc.
WASHING MACHINES
SALES SERVICE
1290 Ali Baba Ave. Opa-Locka
Phone MU 5-1504
TO ALL .GREETINGS
Al's Electric Motor Repairs
REPAIR REWIND REBUILD
SERVICE Ph. 374-5838
1652 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA.
GREETINGS TO ALL .
The North Hialeah Bank
(Affiliated with Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank)
MEMBER OF F.D.LC.
"A Friendly Bank"
5490 PALM AVENUE Ph. 6816635
To All Greetings
J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE
North Miami Tax Assessor
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
T. VOLT ELECTRIC CO.. INC.
JOHN TOLE
JOE MASON
462 W. 84th Street, Hialeah
Ph. 821-4050
TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ..
GREETINGS...
WAMiKIl CASKET COMPANY
286 N.E. 67th Street Phone PL 8-87IS
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 192c
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, Ha. NE 4-4591
GREETINGS
State Farm Insurance
Auto, Life, Fire, Homeowner CHARLES H. BRINKMAN
7022 S.W. 87th AVENUE Ph. 271-8282
Brotherhood: Time for Inventory*
Brotherhood Week is a time ol
national inventory. It is a time
when every citizen is encouraged
to evaluate the progress we as
individual and as a nation have
made towatd a better way of life
for all. not in any materialistic
sense but in the humanistic and
Judaeo-Christian spirit of uni-
versal Brotherhood.
In such an inventory we can
justly be proud of our accom-
plishments during the past year,
but we cannot a I lord to rest on
these laurels.
Through the democratic pro-
cesses of representative govern-
ment, Americans have faced up
to a major regional, national, yes.
even international problem and
have taken decisive steps to
ward its resolution. Guided by
the moral and ethical principles
of religion and our democratic
heritage, bipartisan action by the
Congress of the United States
has removed a burning social is-
sue from the realm of debate.
The passage of the Civil Rights
Act has upheld as the law of the
land that all Americans are en-
titled to full citizenship rights
The problem of race relations
now shifts from one of ideology
to that of adaptation.
The complex task of transla-
ting the law into constructive at-
titudes, habits and practices will
have to be undertaken. How much
wisdom the white and Negro
citizens bring to this task will
determine our own civic health
and will certainly have repercus-
sions, g iod or bad. throughout
this troubled world. We all havi
a great deal to learn, both mi-
nority and majority groups
alike. A sen.se of community
niu inent on the one hand or a sense
of guilt en the o*Vr. tar these
are backward looking emotions.
and our objective and that of the
.National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews is to build a bet-
ter future.
Thi> is one of the great chal-
lenges of B rot herb* >od Week 1965.
1 he w ay of brotherhood is to
seek understanding through re-
spect and good will in the faith
and knowledge that all men, no
matter what their race, creed or
national origin, are brothers un-
der the fatherhood ol God. Just
as we seek to be understood, let
us give that same understanding
to one another.
GREETINGS
Radio Doctors
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
Phone MO 1-6877
Brotherhood Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
HELEN A. QUICK
PARRAKEET
HOSPITAL
13910 N.W. 6th COURT
MU 1-9713
GREETINGS TO ALL
BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON
1ak Bst at Belle'f
4087 E. 8th AVENUE
HIALEAH
OX 1-8746
Air Conditioned
l% TO BIND UP THE NATIONS WOUNDS../
- LINCOLN
1


< i
Interpreting the Meaning
Of Religious Differences
Paralleling, even foreshadow Ing,
the emergence Ol extremely -en
sitive issues <<; religious differ
i nces m the public order was j
growing awareness ol inadequacy
in interpreting the meaning ol
these important events.
To fill this void, the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, in 19J3, organized the only
interi eligious news .service de-
voted entirely to the dissemina-
tion ol objective news reportinu
in the area of religion.
Religious News Service, the
Conference's unique journalistic
arm, i< a global network of 950
news and photo correspondents
with a headquarter-; staff lcaat-
ed in New York City. Long re-
garded as indispensible to the re-
.- press, its broa
pact on tin- secular |......
and television is attest!
the increasing mini!"
clients and the from ; -
age and public affairs
mug devoted to ^
news events as the >'>"rni
lean Council, the recent coett
versial Supreme Court Decisu
and the church's role in :
racial struggle. A recent <:?:
ration in the 1964 reviv edlti
of Church and State in the Unl
ed States." a definitive con. a
the subject, ackiiowlci ues 'A
'"Daily Religious Neve vr.!
(as) by far the most cor?1
henaive source of cur-en"
formation on matters if Chst1
and State."
*J
GKHTINGS TO 0UK MANY HHIMDI
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
'A tr,-nniy tank"
.1
lu ALL GREETINGS -
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON V:Sti&
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
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SNOW TRUCKING
COAST TO COAST
REFRIGERATED HAULING
PRODUCE & PERISHABLES
6901 S.W. 73rd COURT Ph. MO 7-4305


".)
Friday. February I9.J9K
-Jenisi) tkiiiitr
Page 3-C
^ hat Parents Want for Children
n!5
Iways wanted
^
,orld for their
icatc our lives
- -ndinallo
nlinmi *"--'
bul
. oiten equate
. ,p,,o
o k and
,u h ur o
, tha
emotional ami
turr is withii
haracter tne>
Ives.
' hu) that lu-
I u"v lf
"'"
In
tiui v is an
in alone can
then is the
, and sell respect,
frcvl} givi n. re
i respecl
nn matter who thej
live
Xhis i. ihr dream ol Brother
; bj the National
rencc "i Christians ami
j. i>. n seeks t<> planl the seeds
and understand
m- in Hi.' hearts and minds ol
nun. - ther. can overcome the de-
structive forces ol greed, hair.
rejudice within himself
l: urn u.mi in give your chil-
dren a truly happy and mean-
life, join with the Nation-
al Conference ol Christiana and
! ieeks in plant the seeds
i respect, ami understand-
:: the hearts and minds ol
i -o thai mankind, working
r, ian ..\ercome the de-
forces ol greed, hate.
i judicc within himself.
)l- you .mi in uive your chil
I> happy and moan-
i"-: n with the National
i hristians and
li I'd out the feelings
nl and bigotry within
Ives which have so long
(I ilir meaning ol life
i-ive in ir love, respect and
li '. ir chil Ir n
f to the -imp. rl ol the
N' .1 ii human relations
f yom choice, thereby
i about the brave
' all have sought
F&JEEOOM 15 WHAT SC
Real Design of Living
A Complex Oriental Rug
Man is like a caterpillar crawl
Ing across an oriental carpet. A>
any one moment he will respond
to the red or blue coloring, to
the white, yellow or .wen. He
may have a preference for any
"I the many colors involved, but
from his prone vantage point
each will he merely a part ol a
whole fabric which he cannot
comprehend.
But a caterpiliar win even-
tually experience metamorpho-
sis It will become a butterfly,
and in this transformation it can
then look back at the carpet over
which il crawled and see its to-
tal magnificent design.
In a sense all mankind is a
ureai oriental carpet to which
we all belong no matter what Our
race creed or national origin
!',ui i' real design ol lite is the
combination ol literally thou
sands ol occupations which serve
the total pattern 11 living Some
te; h. some aie artists, while
Pi!.,.'. ma\ otter professional
services. A man's religion, race
or nationality have little bear
ing on his qualifications for his
chosen work. His work trans
cends and encompasses all other
groupings.
Why then do we damage the
design ol life by false prejudice".'
Like the caterpillar, the accept-
ance and practice of brother-
hood is the metamorphosis ot
man
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
2502 N.W. 103rd STREET
Ph. 696-1452
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FOOR'S FOCUS TOURS
"Every Tour a Camera Holiday"
TOURS ARRANGED
3064 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove
Opposite Coconut Grove Elementary School
Ph. 444-0434
LiveAnd Let Live
AN VMERICAN is one who be-
lieves in the responsibility ol
privilege What he asks for him
sell, he is willing to grant to
others: whal he demands from
i thers, he is willing to give him-
seif His creed is not alone.
"Live aval let live." hut "lave
and help live."
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
TO ALL
COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE FR 3-2671
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp.
"Florida Lines"
CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS
SERVING THE CARISAN
PIER No. 3
FR 1-1441 or 371-8541
VERNON D. BOND
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Tracking
2160 NW 8th AVENUE
PHONE FR 4-3144
GREETINGS
VENETIAN NURSING &
CONVALESCENT HOME
FOR All Tf CASES
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami FR 9-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECTOR
Directors
FOR REST AND RELAXATION
AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE
E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO.
GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 667-1688 5523 S.W. 8th ST.
GREETINGS
DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
TOWMOTOR GERLINGER-The-One-Man-Gang
FORK LIFT TRUCKS CARRIERS
TRACTORS ACCESSORIES
5130 NW 17th AVENUE Miami
Ph. 696-3652
Charles L. Wafers, Res.: PLaxa 9-0867
TO ALL GREETINGS
THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI
NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK
ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS
COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING
CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626
MEMBER OF F D I C
GREETINGS TO ALL .
HATTON DRUG CO.
"It is our pleasure to serve you"
Phone FR 3-8644
2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami
GREETINGS
UNIVERSITY FEDERAL
Savings & Loan Association
OF CORAL GABLES
SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED
UP TO $10,000
199 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
TO ALL .GREETINGS
Hivi' .ns Corporation
Moe Longer
6394 So. Dixie Highway So. Miami
I ropieal Typewriter Service
Visit Our New & Larger Quarters161-63 Alcazar Ave.
3144 Coral Way (Service Dept.) Phone HI 6-0583 -MM-
TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PROTECTORS
DESKSSAFESCHAIRSFILING CABINETS
"We Service What We Sell" Phone 448-4156
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Greenlee Equipment Pelt Cable Cotter Hydraulic Ja k,
Steam Jennys Pick Op and Delivery
All Week Guaranteed Factory Specification*
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone NE 4-2226


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* Jewish HcrHian
Friday. February 19. 1965
TO ALL GREETINGS
Miami Jai Mai Fronton
NE 3-3201
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
J EWELERS
1000 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has
been famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality
diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM
F. A. ROVIROSA, President
Narovi Shipping Corporation
GRABCOLOMBIANA (NY) INC. HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
VENEZUELAN LINE COLUMBUS LINE
Pier 2 Biscayne Blvd. 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585
"Wt C0VM THf fARTH"
*'WF C0VCR TH IATH"
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
7114 NE 2nd Av* -1300 W Flaglcr St FR 7-258S-I680 Alton Rd Miami B.ach
9437 Harding Avc. MB UN 6 5953-23 Ok.ethobe. Rd TU 8 1510
1915 Ponce de Leon Blvd 7015 Harriion St Hollywood-Ft liuderdilo
1468 N W 36th Street Met! Palm Beach
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ALEX MILLIGAN
* Marine Surveying Organization *
Marine Insurance Surveying *A" Yacht and Vessel Surveying
Marine Consultants and Engineers ^ Appraisal and Inspection
P.O. Box 50-126, Gratigny Station
Miami, Florida
Phone: PL 7-9622 Res.: Wl 7-5125
TO ALL .GREETINGS
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300-1st National Bank Bldg Coral Gables, Fla.
GREETINGS TO ALL .
THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
11. II. WOOIIKMALL. JR.
682 NE. 124th St.
North Miami
Phont PL 4-0615
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
FLORIDA DIVISION
United Benefit Life Ins. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.
Phone FR 1-1523 AINSIEY BUILDING
GREETINGS...
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
All f OR MS Of INSUKANCi
113 ALMERIA AVENUE CORAL GABIES
Phone HI 3 2555
Brotherhood Week
Spotlights
Beclouding
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washintong, D.C.
Brotherhood Week 1965 once
again makes us acutely aware
of the social and economic injus-
tice which still clouds the lives
fortunes of many ol our fellow
cili/ens.
Strong differences among our
people have made our land dy-
namic. But when disagreement
corrodes into discrimination, then
the very diversity winch has been
a hallmark of our nation's suc-
cess weakens its fabric of free-
dom and democracy.
Our beloved land was founded
Injustices
the Nation
by men feeling bigotry. Let us
seek during this Brotherhood
Week and throughout 1965 to sus-
tain and deepen the spirit ol
liberty and equality for which
our founding fathers fought and
died
1 urge all Americans to join
now with the National Confer
ence of Christians and Jews to
work toward a society that will
respect differences ol ethnic
background, race and religion,
as ell as encourage an equal
opportunity for every citizen
LYNDON B. JOHNSON

DEMOCRACY
AT WORK
NATI9IM COBrtlHfCE 9F OlltSlUUIS ABB JEWS

PS'DfVT LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Conflict Is
NCCJ Worry
Conflict between labor
management leads jnevitab
disruption in our natioi
my thereby affecting the livi
all Americans This human n
problem of interdi
ence is another major C0I
of the National Conferenci
( hristians and Jews
Sparked by a national institutt
held annually for the past sv
years at Cornell Universit)
eration with the [ndustri
and Labor Relations School, the
NCCJ has organized throu
its man> regions similar region
al. state and local institutes
They offer to responsible leadei
ship in labor and management
together with their counterparts
in the community, an opportur.
ity to meet together in a nor
crisis situation to discuss tru
major issues of common concern
*:
TO ALL
GREETINGS
-IOWS .1.
BROTMAN
430 SEYBOLD BLDG.
MIAMI, FLA.
GREETINGS
ML, CAMUS
ROOFING
Since 1921
166 N.W. 28th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 635-4920
GREETINGS
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
PImm FR 44142
GREETINGS
MEL'S WELDING SHOP
"IF IT'S METAL WE CAN WELD IT"
SMALL JOBS WELCOME
2491 East 11th Ave, Hialeah
Ph. 696-6332
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS
ROOFING
FREE ESTIMATES TU 8-1549
347 East 4th St.
Hialeah
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING
ENGINEERS
622 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone HI 6-0836
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222
SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS
John Aiello
Victor L. Buscaino


Friday. February 19. 1965
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*
Brotherhood: Democracy at Work

Brotherhood is not a dream or
,ough, after goal. It is as real
s the presidential election i
ias( November, all the ejections
i tli.' i>.i>t and tli'>' to come.
,, brotherhood is democracy at
,,,- \i in. time do we witness a
example of brotherhood
i action than daring an election
ear .
Consider lr a moment how in
, verj election citizens are
.lined u|> to a lever pitch of
lisanship For many hectic
'm nths we are granted the op-
portune to listen to conflicting
alternatives lo weigh in the bal-
nce the future <>f our country,
hi heat of conflict grows with
iver> passing day. Passions run
higher and higher until that mo-
ment in the voting booth when
ie i- cast by millions of in
, ixiilual eiii/ens.
An election does not end the
lonflicl It merely takes the
-team out of passion and returns
l,hc rounto lo reason. For all of
use are. in the final analysis.
Fellow .ili/ens. A democratic
election is not a case <>i "to the
belong the spoils." That is
lh< path of dictatorship. A clem-
"iT.itu election merely chooses a
.inner he who must now rep-
resent all of the people. In vic-
tory that winner and his party
ccept an awesome burdenthe
knowledge that a yood many
nf their fellow citizens cannot
.-;ee Yet. for the aood ol all.
the winners must respect this
minority opinion and be guided
by it.
In defeat, the minority party
r.ccepts an equal burden of re-
sponsibility. It must support the
ill i>i the majority, but in doing
.. ii should remain faithful to
it- basic convictions, therein
lig tn guide the country and
i ader through loyal opposi
In .1 very real sense, the mi
- fc. V*
S8
m^m
nority are the watchdogs ol de-
mocracy.
in a democracy, everj ma-
jority, be it political, religious,
racial or whatever, must respect
the individual needs of the mi-
nority. It can only do this when
it hears those need- and under-
stands them through a working
and productive partnership.
Thus, in our differences, we
fortify one another and bring
the fulfillment ot democracy.
It has been said ot America
that its foreign aid program is
the most humanitarian and ideal-
istic action by any country in
the history of the world, that nev-
er before has a victor contribut-
ed much to the economic rehab-
ilitation ot both friend and foe
alike Literally billion- of dollar-
have been spent in a quest for
peace and security.
But money alone cannot bu>
these things Our foreign aid pro
gram today i> peanuts compared
GREETINGS
DADE AUTO
AIR CONDITIONING
AIR CONDITIONER SALES & SERVICE
10412 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Ph. 691-0971
H. L. Robertson & Associaies, Inc.
PLUMBERS
PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS INSTALLATIONS
"WE COVER GREATER MIAMI"
3148 Coral Way Miami, Flo.ida
Phone HI 8-1788
A COMPLETE LINE OF TRUCK
AND TRAILER EQUIPMENT
DeBoliac Truck Equipment Co., Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS AND
MANUFACTURERS
440 N.W. 29th STREET
MIAMI, FLA.
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
QUALITY LATHING AND
PLASTERING, INC.
WE APPREOA1E YOUR PATRONAGE:
5205 SW 89th COURT
MO 5-2354
tn that greater idealism express
ed in our Constitution and th<
Declaration of Independence.
Our founding fathers dared to
dream and their vision of free-
dom and equality for all men
caught the imagination of people
throughout the world. They did-
n't buy democracy; they created
it in the minds and hearts of men
It must he admitted, however,
that their dream has never been
fulfilled. When we realize that
our best interest is democracy,
and find meaning to the word
of freedom and equality through
the practice of human brother
hood in our daily lives, at that
time we shall have created a
new kind of foreign aid greater
than any force in the world. The
mere concept ol democrac] top
pled tyrannj throughout the
world during the nineteenth
century The fulfillment ot that
democratic vision today through
ractice <>i brotherhood can
i the >rld.
sincere good wishes
tor
lrotherhood week
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
GREETINGS
.soi: & SONS
MECHANICAL PAINT
& BODY WORKS
Specializing in Tune-Up
and Brakes
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
2315 NW 7th AVENUE
FR 1-4180
GREETINGS
A. FRANCO
& soxs
F::ie Luggage Repairs
Wholesale Retail
1364 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 532-4032
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
Sameth Piepgras Realty Co., Inc.
REALTORS
SALES-RENTALS-Residential-Commercial-Industrial
976 E. 25th Street Phone OX 1-7071
H I AL E A H
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
A & A GENERAL APPLIANCE CO.
RETAIL ELECTRICAL HOME APPLIANCES
2351 N.W. 7th Street
Ph. 634-6133
GREETINGS
SURGICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
110 S.W. 2nd Street Miami 36, Fla.
FR 3-6683
HOSPITAL PHYSICIAN LABORATORY
SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
GREETINGS TO ALL
11. S. Plastering Company
Plastering Lathing Stucco To Please You
No Job Too Small or Too Big
1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone FR 4-8115
To : :.i .. Gre rncs
HOLIEMANS RESTAURANT
N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue
THE 3EST OF CODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE
Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS
836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla.
Ph. 887-9496
GENERAL AIRMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO.
LIFE Tl.Vf ALUMINUM
CHURCH TYPE bUUETIN BOARDS
INDOOR and OUTDOOR
155 West 22nd STREET, Hialeah Ph. 888-6171
PEST CONTROL SERVJCE-Termife Proofing-Fumigafing-Moth Proofing
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE, INC.
DON'T TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
3555 SW 29th TERRACE Phone HI 6-6401


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Friday. February 19, I955 W1*
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc.
LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
"We Cover South Florida"
REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE
18800 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI
Ph. 624-1466
3521 W. Broward Blvd.
LUdlow 1-4600
Ft. LauderdaU
GREETINGS TO ALL .
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE
JANITOR SERVICE
FOR OFFICES and HOMES
668 N.E. 128th STREET
Ph. 754-2951
GREETINGS
RAMALLAH TRADING CO.
WHOLESALE RADIOS APPLIANCES
40 S.E. 8th STREET
Ph. 371-4770
GREETINGS
ARD-LITE OF MIAMI
FULL-TIME AUTIMATION
24-HOUR ADVERTISING POWER
NITE BRIGHT IN DAYLITE
Ph. 445-2448
144 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla.
TOM FLAHERTY
TO ALL .GREETINGS
IIAIM'. PAJPCB & BAG CO., IXC.
65 N.E. 23rd SfeMt FR 9-5653
HAKKY CHUT, frttidtnt
Toward Religious Freedom in l.S.fl
A broad base for programming
in the adult world includes re-
ligious freedom and public af-
fairs.
In the early 1950-s and up'
through the war years, the NCCJ
carried on a trio program or
Trialogues in which teams com
prised of a prie>t. minister and
rabbi, toured the country and
army installations speaking on
behalf of human brotherhood be
fore all who would listen. Theirs
was a revolutionary practice 111
its day which broke through
many false barriers of religious
prejudice and ignorance to ce-
ment new bonds of mutual re
sped among both religious lead-
ers and their followers.
Underneath this surface bond,
however, there emerged a far
more subtle division rooted in
deeply held convictions and
practices of the various religions.
These began expressing them-
selves following the war in con-
flict situations arising out of our
democratic heritage of religious
freedom and separation of
church and state. Such vital new
issues as federal aid to educa-
tion, gambling practices. Sun-
day closing regulations, birth
control, and prayer and Bible
reading in the public schools
have projected themselves into
the realm of the public order.
NCCJ has instituted its project,
religious freedom and public af-
fairs, to meet these new and de-
manding challenges in human
relations. I'nlike the early trio
or trialogue technique, this new-
program seeks to deal intimate-
ly with the substantive issues in
a spirit of true dialogue and con-
frontatiun. The important con-
sideration is not that agreement
be reached, but that lines of
communication be kept open for
lrank exchanges of ideas and
viewpoints. Such continuing dis-
cussion among the religious com.
GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
BILL-JACK-HERMAN
and MORRIS
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY. INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone FR 4-4174
Greetings
E. B. Tait & Company
8017 N.E. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI
GREETINGS
Weaver
Rexall
Drug
Stores
599 NW 62nd St.
5901 NE 2nd Ave.
599 NW 62nd St.
?701 Coral Way
5901 NE 2nd Ave.
5725 Bird Road
PL 7-1202
PL 4-3414
PL 71202
HI 6 7621
PL 4-3414
MO 1-6691
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
GREETINGS
MRS.
V. C. PLUMMER
SLOW LEARNER
PROBLEM:
HOW To LIVE
WITH ONE
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miinity is carried on by the NCCJ
in 55 major American cities and
regional institutes involving lead-
ership with those in the public
order 1 lawyers, legislators, edu-
cators, editors, etc. 1. those who
must deal with these complex
issues in the life ot their com-
munities. NCCJ's Religious Free
dom and Public Affairs program
provides an opportunity for dia
logue in the community ii> raisi
the general level of public dis
cussion and understanding among
religious groups differing "n is-
sues of public concern.
Tyler's restaurants
For Fine Food
COMPLETE DINNERS from $1.00
ALSO A I.A CARTE MENU
There Never a Charge for Your Second Cup of Ccffe.
WE IK) OUR OWN BAKING
SIX LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU:
1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES)
1570 SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI)
12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI)
11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI
20451 So. DIXIE HWY. (Cutler Ridge)
TYLER'S PARK RESTAURANT 16555 N.W. 13th Ave,
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AIR CONDITIONED
AMPLE FREE PARKING
GREETINGS TO ALL .
GROO DISPLAYS, INC.
WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS
"Over 25 Years Experience"
111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473
Miami 35, Florida
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
PACKER PONTIAC
(ON THE TRAIL)
Factory Trained Mechanics Fine Cars Fine Service
Compare Our Prices New & Used Cars
665 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 377-0221
BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc.
HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE
Wf APPREC/ATE DOING BUSINESS WJTH VOU"
3801 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone NE 5-0311


Friday. February 19. 1965
+Jmtsl! tkxridUcnn
Pag 1-C
\ the Terrible Carriers of Prejudice
*;
aist
di>-
long
i i-
. medicine there is a term
.. deTcribe those people who
,;;;, aPp.Mti, have. **.,
u, ar,. actually carrying It The
i 'ease doesn't seen, to affeel
,,, outwardly but they are
Jreading il to everyone Witt.
whom they come in contact.
.|ly are known as carriers.
:lich i description fits no mil-
Americans or all those above
, ..cars of age Prejudice baa
infected us all. For the most part
in a latent state, but under
certain given circumstances, it
, ,,, burst forth and cruelly ailed
millions "i lives as in World
War II Prejudice directly claim
,.,l the lives of six million Jews
Indirectly it involved the entire
world t" the tune of 16.5 mil-
lion battle deaths and untold
wounded casualties among both
0,- civilian population and mill-
larj personnel. Such is the tre-
mendous destructive power of
prejudice
Bill "hat ol the more subtle
ai shriveling effect of prejudice
mi iiii individual's mental and
emotional being? No child is
born with prejudice, yet 1)> -i\
years ol age the seeds of inner
turmoil have begun to grow and
spread throughout his entire be
mil Religion teaches him the
way of brotherhood. The world
contradicts it Ii\ the time a
child reaches first grade, he has
learned by heart the Pledge ol
Allegiance "liberty and justice
for all," yet he is expected to
compromise this pledge at every
turn. Right is wrong and wrong
. 'hi No one can long li\ e
v. -. .1" ., ,'*'
in such a turmoil Mosl men will
eventually accept the world for
what it is. thereby building a
sear tissue of self-justification.
The) may seem to have adjust-
ed, but actually they have be-
come the complete victims ot
latent prejudice. From then on
they will react through prejudice
They are prisoners of their own
moral and ethical decay and a
shell of the man or woman they
TO ALL GREETINGS
BARION INC.
Rebuilt & New Auto Parts
1951 N.W. 17th Avenue
Ph. 635-0303
GREETINGS
THOMAS FURNITURE
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
CABINETS OCCASIONAL
REFINISHING METAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT
676 West 27th St., Hialeah, Fla.
Ph. 888-7202
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TRUE CUTTING SERVICE
CONTRACT DRESS MANUFACTURER
FRANK VuJSCARELLA GONGALO QUIJANO
5673 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Ph. 633-6274
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
C. W. BYERS
REBUILDER OF THERMOSTATS
3550 N.W. 50th Street
Ph. 634-3711
once dreamed ol being. Yes.
prejudice i- indeed a crippling
disease and a destructive force.
Rights Noted
AN AMERICAN is one who be-
lieves in democracy not only
for himsell but for all his fellow
Americans. By democracy he
means not simply the rule of the
majority but the rights of minor-
ities; and those minorities have
rights, not because they are mi-
norities, but because they are hu-
man beings.
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
230 N.E. 3rd St.
Phone FR 3-5373
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
BUNNY YEAGER
PHOTOGRAPHY
PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL GLAMOUR
COLOR BUSINESS CARDS
POSTCARDS, BROCHURES
"All Slock Phoios Available 'o
Advc'isers with Full Model Release"
1020 NE 118th STREET
PL 9-3565
GREETINGS TO ALL
Lang's
Service
COMMlTI A0T0 KtPAIR SERVICE
"Hydro-mafic" Tronimiuiom
Repaired
427 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone FR 4-3960
A Quarter cf a Century
Same Location
NORTHWEST
AUTO SUPPLY
9932 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone PL 4-0602
We Deliver-Shurhit Ignition
Delco Batteries-Ramco Rings
Weatherhead
Quality Brandt t Northw.it Auto
Supply Give You Better Service
TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh, Pres. H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
P.O. Box 2210, Miami, Fla.
to All Greeting
CHRIS BODY SHOP
.... Manufacturers ....
CUSTOM TRUCK BODIES
aluminum Steel Fiber Glass Insulating Refrigerating
CHRIS AUWARTER DON C. AUWARTER
Ph. 635-4541 4333 N.W. 27th AVE.
MIAMI 42. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
It's Clean It Wears Longer
ASPHALT MATERIAL CO.
PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT
1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551
P.O. Box 44-008 Miami, Fla
To All My Friends and Accounts
BROTHFRHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
E. H. BROEKEMA
Over 20 Yearn
In, inn. Tax Expvrivnvv
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
TO ALL GREETINGS
ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY
WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER
WONT YOU
Hav-a-Tampa Cigar?
"THEY'RE BETTER'
73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET
PHONE FR 4-8185
TO ALL GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
TO ALL GREETINGS
BARR AND BARR. INC.
PLUMBERS fsfoblished 1926
61 E. 2nd Stret
PHONE TU 8 2818
Hialeah
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
3230 N.W. 42nd STREET
Since 1918
To All A Most Happy Brotherhood Week
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
Formerly MUMMNflff SlfPPlT CO.
127 NE 27th Street Phone FR 1-5484


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Friday, February 19, igg^
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
The Donnelly Way
OF OUTDOOR
ADVERTISING
Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
FT. LAUDERDALE
Call OXford 1-8221
1790 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
Imperial Bowling Lanes of Dania
2328 N. Federal Hwy., Dania Ph. 945-3933
Congress Bowl
1650 N.E. 124th Street, Miami Ph. 751-2485
"BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH"
BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS
National Office Supply
OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING
RUBBER STAMPS OFFICE FURNITURE
ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES
CALL US FOR APPOINTMENT
443-5249
6791 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS
GABLES HEALTH CLUB
(Formerly Figure Health Studio)
BODY TONING MASSAGES REDUCING
"Expert Masseuse & Masseuses on Duty"
177 GIRALDA AVE.
Ph. 443-2825
TO ALL GREETINGS
ARTS DRIVE IN T.V.
T.V. & RADIO SALES & SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
Ph. 634-4665
4332 N.W. 17th AVE. Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS
WIGS BY MR. RICHARD
STYLED COLORED SOLD
1129 N.E. 163rd Street
Ph. 945-8691
Brotherhood Freed from Sentiment
*li
By MITCH MILLER
IHS Nation.I Brotherhood
W*.k Chairman
Brotherhood Week this year has
particular significance. Freed of
sentimental overtones, the idea
of brotherhood is plainly neces-
sary if this nation is not to split
into factions many opposed
to progress in human rights.
Brotherhood Week has been a
peculiarly American idea. We are
so many diverse peoples that we
might well have become a divid-
ed society. But America's diver-
sity has been America's strength.
And both the diversity and the
strength must be encouraged.
Unfortunately, diversity bring*
its own dangers. We tend to
shun away from different peo-
ple, different attitudes. We must
realize that those different peo-
ple and different attitudes have
a place, especially in America.
If we can be aware that Amer-
ica's strength has come out of
differences, then we might real-
ize that we ourselves are in
many ways, and for the better,
different from those Americans
who years before made this na-
tion strong.
Brotherhood Week, this Broth
erhood Week, Feb. 21 to 28, should
make us all aware aware, at
least of our responsibility to be
aware, and to be concerned.
FOR THIS
very Best
IN TEMPORARY OFFICE HtLP
C.W.I. FOR
"The Girl in the White Gloves"
MANPOWER INC.
1 iri>TITtKO.OFMCI WORICEtl
Miami FR 3-7618
Ft. Lauderdale 525-5148
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
TO ALL
HALO
SPORTSWEAR
MANUFACTURER
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
375 N.W. 23rd STREET
Ph. 379-4612
G*ffi/NCS TO All
Aaron Kapit
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone NE 4-4024
New U$t4 Office furnitvf
2741 N.W. 35th STIEET
To All Greetings
CAPS
WHOLESALE
PAINTERS SUPPLIES
9700 N.W 7th Avenue
Ph. 759-4639
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Good- Will Program in Three Phases
A Brotherhood program lor
vouth in three phases includes:
rearing children oi good will.
Since no child is born with pivj-
udice, a cornerstone oi the
NCCJ year-round educational pro
gram is that oi rearing children
i good will, ii i* rooted In the
universal desire ol all parents to
Bive |o their children a better
world than that in which ley
live. U seeks, through education
among parents, to quarantine the
transference ol aduil prejudice to
our preschool children. By es-
tablishing love and emotional
security as the cornerstone oi
life, it seeks to provide a health)
springboard for natural growth
and social development through-
out the lives ol our children
During 1964 a total ol more
than 70 Rearing Children of G< od
Will Institutes were held. These
ranged in length trom week ion-
national and regional workshops
to one day local seminars ami
follow-up programs in which th
participants joined together to
stud) in depth their commit
menl and responsibility t<> these
objectives
The chiel aim in these insti-
tutes ami all programming un-
dertaken by the NCCJ Is to in
spire among the participants a
will to continue and to broaden
the -tope of this work in their
local communities, sometimes in
null., ration with the NCCJ, but
hopefully on a basis ol independ-
ent growth.
Teacher training in human re-
lation- .Hist as the rearing chil-
dren i'! good ili program i> tar-
geted for parental involvement.
the i ther single most influential
force to help instill in our chil-
dren the principles of good hu-
man relations is that of educa-
tion both secular and relig ous
Tin XCCJ, for a period of more
than (went) years, has cooperat-
ed with leading colleges and uni-
versitii in-, the country in the
development ol summer work-
shops for secondary school teach-
ers and interested community
leadership to help achieve the
maximum impact in this vital
area of education. The partici-
pant- spend from two to six
weeks together learning new un-
derstanding and skills to help
them combat the forces of re-
ligious, racial and ethnic conflict.
Paralleling its progress in sec-
ular education the NCCJ has
long maintained close bonds with
theological leadership. In coop-
eration with the Divinity School
ol the University of Chicago ami
Loyola University, it is inaugu-
rating a new seminary project
to help stimulate increasing dia-
l< gue across denominational and I
theological lines. Such seminars
will seek to help reexamine and
reevaluate the very inundations
of theological education in line
with the growing ecumenical
spirit, thereby strengthening the
role of all religions in the mod
em world.
Program for youth itself: To-
day's young people are tomor-
row '. leaders. Their future and
that of their country may well
depend on their understanding
and acceptance of the responsi-
bilities of liberty and freedom.
To help these young people meet
the problems of rapid change in
a complex world the NCCJ is
putting increasing emphasis on
its man) regional and local con-
ferences for high school youth.
Must of these are a week in
length and the participant- are
chosen from a wide variety
of geographic and socio-econom-
ic backgrounds as is possible.
The physical environment lor
these conferences stresses spa-
cioiisties with a variety of rec-
reational facilities and maxi-
mum opportunities lor personal
and group relationships. These
conferences encourage frank and
open discussion of the major
To Live as Free Men
By HAROLD W. RUOPP
W AMERICAN is one who be-
lieves in the right of men and
women ol whatever creed, class,
coloi or ancestry, to live as hu
in.in beings with the dignity be
coming tii children ol UimI
W AMERICAN i- one who I e
heves m the right to be free;
free noi only from crushing coer-
cions ." ; dictatorships and regi
mentati n, bul free for th:it way
ol iiii e men ma) think and
speak .i j choose and vvoi ship
Rod (he) see lit
//
WANT TO Sr-E
SOMETHING INTERESTING
BLASTOFF'
TO COCCA BEACH
FOR THE WEEKEND
TOUR CAPE KENNEDY
(Open To The Pub ;
Sundays From I CO P.M.-4.-00 P.M.)
HAVE A GCTAWAY VACATION
RAMADA
INN
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(J Milei F'om The Cape)
* 8r*nd New Asee-nmodiB
* f oel Oceen Swimming
* Entertainment ft* AH Aoes
* ChMcen Under 14. With ?* 4*
No Charge
* Com* anytime Friday
Leave Anytime Suncey
k Sentible Retee
Wrlf* Or Phone Rese<-vjrior
RAMADA INN
COCOA BEACH, FICKIDA
divisive issues in our society as
well as those of immediate and
personal concern to the young
people themselves prob-
lems like parental supervis-
ion and the truth of free-
dom and responibility in their
own personal lives. Here many
new lrier.dr.hips are cemented
and the young people learn re-
spect for the differences among
them and to seek solutions to
their problems through under
1 FIRST TRIP TO NASSAU ?
UH-HUH
\\ AMERICAN is one who be-
lieves in the right to vote, the
right to work, the right to learn.
tin right to live, andwhat i-
equally importantin the right
to be diff< rent; lor he know- that
n we evi r lose the right to be
i rent we lose the right to be
free
AN AMERICAN is one who
acls from faith in others, nol
fcai "l others: from understand-
ing, ii"t prejudice: from good
will, not hatred To bigotry he
gives no sanction; m intolerance
no -upport
LETS GCT" MARRIED/
111.'
NASSAU
VIA S/S FLORIDA
Romantic? All we can promise
are the festive, fun-filled sur-
roundinss. The rest (other than
delicious meals, outside sea-
view staterooms, dancing,
recreation and entertainment)
is up to you. Fair enough?
3 ind 4 day
cruises
Sailing Mondays
and Fridays
at4:5P.M
See your Travel Agent for
full color folderor
THE P & O STEAMSHIP CO. Pier No 2
Biscayne Boulevard and 10th Street,
-'.rhifir. FR 9-383A
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GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
Why be swollowtd by *H clock9
Living daily n o *o of shock7
Tots your cores into th# soot.
Rolo* yoorsoll om>6 fr*s.
B19 90m* fishing oil day long.
Rovol at night with win* and song'
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Friday. February 19, 1985
Asked to Renew Our Commitments
By LEWIS WEBSTER JONES
President, National Conference
of Christians and Jews
Thi' national observance ol
Hrotherhood Week. sponsored
;.nnually by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and .lews, i>
i'Me very brief week in an entire
' ear in which all Americans are
called on to renew their religions
commitments a n d rededicate
their lives to our democratic
heritage of freedom and equality
for all.
This limitation must pot. how-
ever, conceal the tact that both
brotherhood and democracy are
continuing practices Thej only
have validitj when earned on
throughout every week in every
year.
It is for this reason that tlu-
theme for Brotherhood Week 11);;.)
is: 'Brotherhood Democracy
at Work" It snaeests a twin idea:
and democracy in action means
brotherhood.
Population
Change Is
Challenge
During the Second World W.i.
and since, we have witnessed a
great migration of whole seg-
ments of the country's popula-
tion those demanded by cor
p. rate change, as well as among
individuals seeking new oppor-
tunities and ncu freedoms. This
lias created increasing problems
for law enforcement at a time
v hei the American public's re
gard lor our fundamental moral
and ethical principles of law and
order seems to be waning dan
gerously
se matters have long been
a major concern in the year
round educational program ol
the National Conference ol
Christians and Jews it has as
surni d an a< tne leadership role
m combatting these debilitating
forces, through the development
1.1 national, regional and local
institutes I":- Police-Community
relations carried on over a pe-
riod "f mori' than ten years
These institutes now exceeding
40 in number held during each
year have enlisted the concern
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most of the major law enforce
ment agencies in the country, to-
gether with responsible commun-
ity leadership. Particular atten-
tion is now directed to tensions
between police and minority
_piup problems.
Nationally and internationally.
Americans are faced in greater
or lesser degree with the prob-
lem ol diversitypeople of dif-
lercnt racial, religious and ciiT-'
turn! backgrounds who must
learn to live together in peace and
justice, Continuing action and
work toward the accompli 'mient
of these goals is the only fulfill-
ment ol both universal brother-
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There are many constructive
forces at work. In the realm oi
religion, we are witnessing great
and continuing strides toward re-
assessment ol attitudes among
all religions and their relation-
ship to ore another. The whole
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Still another vital spirit A
Program for America calls for
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zens and the elimination of pov-
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and duty of every American to
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ity.
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Friday. February 19, 1965
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Doctor Chose Medicineand Art
Love mc. love
my painting a
m i g h t be one
h aj oi putting it.
':'<> love Dr Ben
Kresberg, an in-
tense, ii i m ble
tongued, affable
gentleman, requires only to know
him. He is a retired physician
.md an art connoisseur and col-
lector. Hanging on his living
room walls at 1640 Daytonia Rd..
Miami Beach, arc paintings rep-
resenting such varied schools of
art as the impressionistic ami the
abstract
If you're fortunate enough to
be invited in to see them, a word
of caution. You d better love
those paintings. If you really
can't, don't cringe before a blob
of black on black and whimper.
"What is it?" If you don't know
v. hat it is. just pretend you do.
or be quiet. For nothing dis.
mays the pood doctor more than
ignorance vocalized.
Acquiring Taste
For those of us who spill over
before we gi\c ourselves a
chance to feel, the doctor has
written a prescription:
"The overwhelming number of
people confuse their personal
I reference with taste. They say,
'I like this, or I don't like that."
This has nothing to do with taste.
It is only meaningful if their
judgment is based on a knowl-
edge of aesthetics, otherwise.
Uiej are expressing their own
personal preferences. Taste must
I v acquired. It is only the result
one only learns it by diligent
s:udy and experience. One can
require a good deal of taste if
interested enough. .Many people
\.:ll not bother lo do this. In
; ad thej fall back on prefer-
He Made Choice
S n< he v. as a j oungster, Dr.
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OR. KRESBERG AND HIS ART
Somewhat sorrowfully. Mrs
Kresberg remarked that her hus-
band had given away most of
his work. In fact, many of his
paintings now hang on the wall
of their son's office, lie is also
a doctor. But the Kresbergs have
kept a self-portrait done by the
doctor. Lest it be forgotten he
was young, he was proud and
handsome: he was mustached.
During his pre-med year, the
doctor was offered a four year
scholarship io the National Acad-
emy of Design. To his mama,
he said. "Well, what shall I be
a doctor or an artist?" And his
mama, who had never heard of
stereotypes, said. "He what you
want to be. The choice is yours."
Hen Kresberg chose medicine,
but he said, "I always kept up
my interest in art. I read and
studied and kept painting."
Today, the doctor subscribes to
all the major art publications,
and by observing and painting
himself has become a connoisseur
of art.
"Most people." be said, like
art that is pretty. Tin- is no!
the purpose of art. Ail reflects
the times. The artist is a critic
'*" ^and an oWSPrvcr of the lite
around him Modern art is ab-
stract. Art evolves Today. Pop
art is a recognized form. 1 think
it is here to stay, as is abstract
impressionism, which must re-
veal relationships and color com-
binations that enhance one an-
other."
"Excuse me. Doc. But all pre-
scriptions asidewhat is it'.'"
Buying Good Art
Dr. Kresberg explained: "Op
art. that is. optical art. is a scries
ol forms or circles with a degree
of such intense coloring, so pro-
found, that it hits the retina
which can not absorb it. and the
impulse to the brain is so rapid
it makes one dizzy."
"Oh."
"Now take the old masters.
They're still great, not to be dis
carded. But youngsters love
modern art. It's older people
who have closed their minds to
abstract art."
"Now ask me how to buy good
art," the doctor said.
Since Dr. and Mis Kresberg
are noted art collectors who re-
cent ly contributed etchings and
signed lithographs of Braque,
Chagall and Dufy to the Hebrew
University, it sounded like a good
question
"I think that people don't know
enough about art.' said Dr. Krea $*
berg. "Before buying, they should
get the advice of a connoisseur
or they should buy only from a
reputable gallery. The average
person should buy lithographs
and etchings by established
names Great artists love then
M-aphies. Chagall, lor- ample,
i- doing many lithographs nou
He wants his work to reach all
the people."
When he is not studying or
painting. Dr. Kresberg enjoys ,i
good rubber of bridge, and dux
ing the month of February he
>erves as fund-raising consultant
for the Greater Miami Heart
Fund.
But to get back to that blob ol
black on black "It's not the
past, not what is now. Gel n '
It> what could be."
As you leave the doctor's
house, he hands out copies ol Ins
prescription, the title of which
is: "Taste is Earned and Learn- !:
ed."
Men's Club"
Sabbath Set
on Friday evening at Temple
Sinai ol North Dade. designated a-
Men's Club Sabbath." Saul Sail
ad. .Indue Stanley Pred. Al Shei
man. Gerard Moss and Bernard
Wcissman, chairman ol the com-
mittee, conducted the services
Habbi Daniel M. Lowy mod-
erated a panel discussion. "Ethics
in Business The Biblical Law
vs. Modem Codes." Panel mem-
bers were Irving Denmark. Leon
aid Kimball. Dr. Stanford Cook-
and Maurice Swift.
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In St. Louis, Hush was variously a
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culture. But his outstanding contribu-
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tii which he devoted himself almost from
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In 1861, BU8h was ;, delegate of the
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ever, Bush was vindicated, the majority
of delegates voting for the immediate
abolition of slavery. Missouri was thus
the first of the former slave states to
free its slaves.
I udor Bush's ideals may perhaps best
be expressed by his eloquent address to
the Missouri state convention: "I pray
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Federation Director Urges Check
On Individuals Soliciting in Miami
Fiiedmnn,
Swerdlin.
B'nai B'ri'.h
nq in 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal Dial-
.: Thon activities are (left to rights Eii Hurwitz.
h Levine, Marvin Rauzin. Tudao Milton
I Thant Offers Aids
To Israel Arab Split
Robert J. Lewison. and Sanford
All are members of Shoiem Lodge,
beyond ncxl June. Mr. Thant
suggested that, if no full budget
for UNRWA i^ voted, the agency
bo authorized to continue its
work until Ihe end <>t 1965, oper-
ating along the lines <>i the 1964
budnel
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
This is the .lime o# the year
when people trom many places
descend upon Miami for the pur-
pose of making hay among the
unwary while the sun shines
1 write this letter because I
j have just learned that the name
o! the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has been used as a
referral by individual entrapre-
i neurs attempting to get sponsor-
support for public functions to take
! place within the next three or
[our months.
On behalf of Federation, T want
to disclaim responsibiiitj (or any
such referrals.
. The general approach is that |
these individuals contrive a rela-
tionship with the person being ap-
proached, show literature purport-
in. in indicate similar public
[unctions held elsewhere, and try
to sell either tickets or advertis-
ing for the same kind of [unction
here.
No one in Federation has in-
vestigated the validit) of the con
tent ion- made by these individ-
uals In fact, we would be most
anxious to have them call upon
us -n that we may verity their
statements
1 am writing in behalf of Fed
eration because l believe that
there are sufficient demands mad*
upon the contributor dollars of
Greater Miamians to make it de-
sirable for every dollar to go to a
valid cause. We. of Federation,
are ready and happy to be of sen
ice to members of the Jewish
community who want information
about the causes which they are
asked to support.
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Two issues affecting the Israel
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solvency Ol the United Nations
one concerns a proposal by Mr
Thanl for a "comprehensive re-
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fcjieacekeeping operations in all its
aspects Such a review, he indi-
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beyond the differences between
Ihe United Stale- and the Soviet
I nion 'in the payment of assess-
ments for maintaining the peace-
keeping groups. To be subjected
te "comprehensive rev'*w" i Mv
United Nation- Emergenc) Force,
which guards Israel from Egyp-
tian attack in the Gaza Strip and
at Sharm el Sheikh, overlooking
the Gulf ol Akaha
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1>> certain UN bodies, including
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Friday, February 19, 1965
Results of the Labor ZioniM and Pioneer Wom-
en's Dinner of State held WednesoVv eve-
ning, Feb. 17, at the Fontainebleau Hotel in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are discus-
sed by leaders of *Se organization at a meet-
ing here. Left 'o riaht are Moe Levin, ores-
ldent, Chaim Weizmann Branch Farband; Dr.
Isaac Unterman, dinner honorary chairman:
Joseph Zuckerman. dinner vice chairmen and
president of Lebediker Branch; Dr. Simon Wil-
ensky, dinner chairmen and president of
Poale Zion; and Mayshie Friedbera, dinner
vice chairman. Guest SDeaker was Dr. Joseph
S~hwartz, pre.ident of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization.
Arabs Should Understand Bonn View
BONN (JTA State Secre-
tary Gunter von Mast-, head <>f the
Government [nformation Office
said here this u.'.K that the Arabs
"should always have a special un
demanding ot our relations to
ward Israel. "On the other
hand," he added. 'Israel under-
stands our relations with the Aral.
pates "
Mr. von Hase made that state-
ment after disclosing that Chan-
cellor Erhard ordered Bonn's
MIVOV to Cairo, Dr. George Fed-
erer, to remain here to advise
the Government on what actions
to take in case Walter Ulbrecht.
chief of state of Communist fcast
Germany, carries out the plan
to pay a state visit to Cario.
Dr. Federer was recalled from
Cairo to report on conversations
he had held on that subject witt
Egypt's President Nasser. The
Chancellor discussed the issue with
the Cabinet at a meeting that last
ed three hours.
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LIVE IIUMI THE III.AI KNTOM; IIOI I I
Lorber Chapter
Bruncheon Here
For Hospital
Lorber Chapter, Children's \-
.>:. .earch Institute a n d
. ;. -|> Uil held a. brush.and auction
.0 Tuesday, ll a.m at the Algiers
ilotel.
i eeds will hem-tit the asthma
allergy research program at the
Denver, Colo., Center and help sup
p< 11 trie free, non-sectarian ii *pi-
1 currently the honu for five
Miami children stricken with
chronic intractable asthma.
Committee members for the
ve '. thp chapter's main fund-
raising affair, were Mesdames
Vlass, hostess chairman;
Mien Abelson, vice president; Hal
,:. tickets: Gerald Kluger-
man, president; Gary Brehm,
'0 airman; Hen Stone chair
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
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:.-T \'n:s AUIHri'iN SKOTHlX 1- T, A|.|. I-KUSOXS INTKRKSTK
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,. ,_.....,_.,. ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDl.E CfURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6b484 A
IN i: Katati "f
inmi: ii i;i:kkni!i..\tt
, ANN \ i',i:i:i:.Nr.i.Air
I', .....i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i ; illmr* and All I'i rHono llnv-
. i'i.mi,- or Demand* Haaln i Sal.
.
N un h.-i .i.\ notlfli ,i and i
.; in i.-.-a. nl .ni' <'.'I'll* 'I'
iv I I, \..ii in.ii ha vi .,
-till, "f ANMi: II URKKX-
r ANNA i;hi:i:.ni:i. \-r i
. I '...I. i ,.iinl i l-'lnr-
ii i oiintj Iii.Il'. ol I ..... I
inty. and fll. ih< Raim In t i -1 -
' and .,- pi... lib .1 in Section T.;.: \t
Stal in. -. in ib.ii- uifk b ii
lh< i'..unt\ .',,,, h,, ->,. |n I'ii,!,. .-..up-
ij Klorida, nithln -i\ ... ndur monthi
he lime ,., tin f r-i puhlk'al nn
of, "i ill. Banie iilll I,,- Imrred.
1 ii ..i Miami. I-.....' i, ill,- 27th
January, A.M. IMS.
MoKKis .i iii:i:i:.Ni:i.Ai r
\- Executor
> VMCKL >' KMIT1I, KS(J.
n. S I" I !Xe. in.ii'
'' l-l.....Ill ltd., Miami L.n.li. Il;l.
: .-u-;:--:6
MARTIN KIN l"
|iil. Kf.i.-ral BulldltlR
Miami l i.,ri b 11'
St. : ".-l:'-)''
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S '.OURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COU.-JTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65816-C
IN HE: Eatat* ,i
S.MI. CROWN
I '.-...-a*ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All I'ei...... Hav-
ln -L.(in.- in Demand* Auuinal Said
I N'nl.
Vi'U are herebj notified n.i ie-
qulied I.i i-r.-eiu an) elalniH mid o.
iiiiiiin- iilii.li you ma) have aKainei
Ii. ,.-i..i. ..f mi i, Clt( '\v N in
mi. of li.nl. County, Klorida, i" il"
. -.-iiiit > Judge* ol i'.oi- Counl .
i,i. ii,.. same In duplicate and a* pro-
i.l.-.l in Section 133 I". I'L" Ida Stal -
... in tholr office* in Un- rount}
'..in limn-., in I'.id. County, Kloil.la.
wlihiu alx calendar montha from (he
lime of Un Ural publication hereor,
i.i Hi., mine will be barred. _
I hi ted .u Miami, Klorlda; ihla J.lh
i,,v ,.i January. k.U IM*
LILLIAN CKUWN
a- Executrix
|.'ii-i publlcatl......i ti.l-- notli on
Ihe -"'iii day of Januai j. IM*
B\ RON L. Sl'ARBER
i a urn n. v for Executrix
110 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Klorida
. iitl.l. ii .- nidi ih. ''.....* ""
, i .. 11 it, nl. ....
,- ... i.i. ni hi* i- ihe Conn
,.. M llllll. I'l" i I I" BTIi
., ..,.. iib\\>-i ipon IKItliMK
; i ll'.KK.N K, I'l.i miff'*
.. .t. 1 t-- i- 211 -
;, Rulldlna, Miami ''-' Klorida ii"l
., th.ni M.u'i h .'.
The ll.llIII f I iii- -' III I- fol 'I"
foi.....kiii "I i ,-crtalii mo iiaj ii..... held l>} 'in- I'lalntlff, encumlier-
init the f.dlowlini .1.-,'ii'..l property,
situati. .....i Ik Ina i" I Mda
'..lllli; I '.1 ,,.,. lO-H il
I.,,. 8 ii. IlkB-k I. RONNIE 8l*E
sri:i'l\ ISH '.N. u.-cordinK i" ihe
I'Uu thereof, n,' '"'i In Plat HooH
.., .it I'uue ,'.; of ih. I'ublic lb ...".-,1-
..i' I.;..i County. Klorida. i,,u.iii. i
uitii .,n ih, furniture, furnlahlnR*
an.I all chattel* "f ever} kind and
nature Biluated therein and any ad-
dltbin* thereto and reiihu-eiuenw
(hereof.
>'.ii.i inortRaee wu filed among the
I'.i.ii,- Ueoorda of ladi Count}', Klor-
ida In ".i:. i:"'!> 3u?a ki Cat, S! and
.,ui .,.,'..-':v.. iinriuau." was filed in
O.K. Rook :'.l'l at Pag. 89
This suil "..- in-iii n.i ni I" lr
I'laimirr,
HAN CHAVEZ.
I .. -. i ...iii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ni ir.\x en vvkss
T. i-elll V\l llld i N.i.,'.. N.
San sni. nilw I'.I Snlvad.u .'..%
Vi il" \RK HKRKIIY notified thai a
Coinplainl i"i I'Ivor
agalnal you, and yo
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 6E834 A
I N UK Kstale ..I
l\ I I.I.I \M ECKMAN
11, .-.a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml ditor* and All Pel Bon* Hal
or I mand* Acnm-- -
Eatale
, .,i, In i.v notified and i
. |. -. ni nn. claim* ml ii.
ilx whl.'h y.ui ni.ii hai n a i'1-
the i*li..... WII.I.IVM ECKMAN
,.. ,i hit, of I lade Co nty, Kloi
the Count} i da;. l>a.l
County, nii'i file th. -.mi. m dupl
.ai. and a* provided in Section .'.'..1'
i Ida Statutea, In their offb i
ih, i 'iiniiii '..in ili"'i-. in l lade Co
been filed I ty, Hoiida, within -i\ culendar month-
h, ..In re- from Ihe time "i the Oral publlca-
il'ulred '" nervi n cop} "l your anawer lion hereof, !- the lam
i,. ih. Complaint on the I'laliitlff'a at- r '
i,.noi. I.EHTKR ROUKRH, whoae d-
dre** i- ::' N'.w Hih Street, Wluml,
Kl.'iiil.i. L'.S.A., and file il.....rbrlnal
of Hi. Aii.iiii r iii the office of the
Chirk of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and I lade County, Klorida,
r.s.v. ,.ii or i fort ih llHh daj '
March, l8.">, in d. fault of which the
Complaint ni i- taken a- oonfeaaad
1.1 loll.
tiATKD ilii- "'!' da> of Kebruarj'.
1H5,
i:. B. i.i:\ riiiiii.MA.N. Clerk,
Circull Court, I'.id County. Klorida
(Belli) Li : C. 1'. ''I'l'KLAM'
i>, out} Clerk
l 'lS-l-26, :: :.
ii ill li
Inn -
I-
Uated al Miami. Florida, Ihli
da) of bruaii. A.D IMS.
CLARICE HKCivKIt
As EXI nlvlS
siin.ii, iiai m Orundwerg
An.,i mi for Batate
-.ni Ain-i.} RuUding o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is MHREBY UIVKX that
ih. nii.it-i-aiuncii. dcalrlng lo engage It]
buainea* under the ii.-iltion- name "
I-LV1I-: CARPET SKllVICK at ISM
8.W. 82nd Place, Miami. Florida In-
tends i" register aald name with iii
Circuit Ceurl of Pan
Tin, sun .. iii-i.i II u ni i" COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT | Clerk nf th. Circuit
,.U|, Court oiI III. 1 Ll. .lHdic.il """ ,N |a and rOR OADE COUNTY. County. Ktarldi
'.......I '''".....'"">' >'"- '" N flqrToa IN PROBATE HKRBERT K tl<
I'liaii.'.r.i
II you !., ii to nil-., -T n- I" 'I" I'e-
i|liii .-,1 JII..-HI. ii! in d. I'aull u ill In
uken a- n- .' for Ho- relief do-
i.....ii.-: in ih. C.....plaint.
IT IS IIKKKin ..i.l, il thai thl*
N,,i ,., ., -'., ,i on. ii w.. i.
... ,-.. I.- in Tin i, ii i-H
, idliin, ., i .v-i..'i..-i puhllklK 'l in
i lad, '.mil}, i'i" Ida and
i |,u .. i;. n, ill rir.'ulutioii in l lade
..null. Kb "''
WITNESS MY ll\Nli .,- i'l. rl, ..I
..,i,i I'hv.iii Courl "i I 'ad. Count...
-, ,| ..i said Court
ODMAN
>,,l.. i ni n. r
2 B-12-19-S
No. 64672-B
IN RE: Ealute of
I., ,i is sun.max -----------------------------------------------------------
I'.'-n-'l |N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
To Ml Creditor* and All IVraon* Hay- FUORIDa IN AND FOR DADE
iiu Claim* or Humand* Mjninsl Saw | COUNTY IN CHANCERY
Ealal. No. 65C 1265
Vou are herein notified .....I re- HKLBX MAHUAKET MEYERS,
liiircri i" i"' "1 an} claim* and de-
nnii'is "hi, h >"'i in-... have aaainsi
I'lalntlff,
i -
lh. eatal. "i i."l 'IS Sill I.MAN .1. i)lliv ,-|; maTIIKW MKYKI'.S
ceased late of Hade Chi..... l-l.'.-nin. rvfandant.
,, the ''"'iiiii JudKea "I I'ml' .......; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, w .,| ,.( ,|,| | '..ui'l ' "i, .. < >,<-> ............... NO I 11.^t a T r >J o 1-1 !* i vi
.'' ', ,,-'-, a- provld...... -." ..!.".. ':''"' ;,,si,,.,,. unknown, are required -
-"" ....., IHRMXN Stuiutea. In (heir ofricea n the Conn- ..... 1BWe| ,,, ,,,.. Complaint
.1 Vkof thee cillCourl ;> Coii.thous. In Had. County. Ktor- f ,,,,,,, ,, ,, clerk of -1"
''. in. K" "l'1- "nl" "" """''", .'.'....."", ..... al......-..tin and lerve a copy there..;
, "..... '.il'Kl.lNI'- 11" '..... of the first pllbllcatlo.....i.- H ....... ,'l. Km,.. 1810-11
"" iJoii'ti Cl,i'k of. r the *um. will I..- barred. .! r,nrea- Hulldinn. Miami. Kl.....la. o
I '" '. ....... ...... IH.I..I ai Miami, rlnrldu. Illl* 3rd ..,....,. Vi.,..-,mi, 181V. or else com-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6&272C
IN l!Bi I'.-lal, ol
-AMIKL ISItKl.
I" i >.-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'i. ,!u, i > .,i| All l'.,s..n- llav-
iik .'Uini* ,.r 1','iii.iuds AnaillM Said
Estatet
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaeiil an} claim* and do-
innii.is nin. i, you ma} have a*aln
Hi.- .sial. ,,| SAMI'KL ISREI, de-
aaed late ,.i I lade Counl). Klorida
i" the Count} .in,n;,-. ,,i Hade County i '"
and file ihe name in duplicate and ...-
provided In Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Con
i.i Courthouse in Hade County, Klor-
Idn, iiiiinn ,iN .ai.ii.iar months from
ib 'niii oi il". flral publication here-
of, "i ih.. same ill be barred.
''.ii ..i Miami, Klorida, thia -'-'nJ
da uf January, A.U. I
.lAi'^l i.i.ini; RAWITZ
\- ICxecutrix
1 'Ii -i publication "i i his in.i Ii i on
dai of Januai >. I
Rlt'HARlJ .v .Ni:i..vi i .
1 i- (in Exi .mi i\
Ii". Lin,,.In Road
1/39, :.-l:!-l!>
IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE
,.iH JUUH.IAL CIKCU1T. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 791
lil.KN R, li'SKCH.
Plaintiff,
1 s.
I >. .it. n ii i I.. JOSEPH,
I l.'l'elldant.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
VOU, IHIlll'THY I. .IKSr.I'll. r,-l-
,l.ii,, ..J.i. is* unknown, are re.iuin-d
iu ... )."' miu... ." .. oawpuupi
,. Hisorce with tlie Clerk oi the
,,i,.,i. .'..Lin ami to serve a cop}
. i,. i...i ii|.n Herman Cohen, i- ini"-n Congress Building. Miami.
Murtua, en m '....... ....... o hn, woo
, else > ..iiii'H.ini will be taken as
eonleased. Hated, thla --ml. da} ol
!;. ||. LBATHBRMAN
Clel K nl tin 111 all "i'li
,1, By; c. i. ii.i.Ni.Nl'i It
|H pUl} '
NOTICE UNDER
FICT1T.OUS NAME LAW
Ni.Ti'-i: IS HEREin 'i\ b-N lhai
,li, undeislaned, d. -i lug "gag. Hi
,. ..;,,. ,. miner the ficiltlous name ol
rwiiiA ai 'i'" SAIJiS al mm n \\
-ih \\,- Miami Intends i" register
mid iinme w.l i the C.erk of the Clr-
1"i' '"""UAVID GOLDSTEIN"'
,i, ik
I 29, 2 r.-12-l'i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY N CHANCERY
No 6iC 1C81
i.. ill. I'll V E. M.HKKTH
I-:U\VAU1> II. VI.HKRTS
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I', i n.. K Iu n:d It. Alberls
lo-HI Iaiivn Ai nu.
H ..... Springs, Illl -
Vou, Ednard It. Vlbt-rls, ari hen-
In noilflod ilmi a Hill of Coouilalm
for Hivorca Ins been (lied against
>..u, and inn are required i" *'in
,-..|H ...f mill All.-il.i Of PleUaWg I"
the lllll "i I'oinjilalnt on 1>- I'lalnt-
Ifl attorn, y, fleorgi \. O'llrk n.
Esq., -"-'i Aragon Avenue, Coivai
i tables, Klorida and Hie (he original
smewer or Pleading In ihe orMoe el
Hi. ci.i'i. of thi 'Trcull Court on
hefoie ih.- ^Ui day of March, 1965. li
v.,,1 fail to ,i" so, Judgmenl li> de-
l in ill ii ill ''" laken .i- ini-i .i'"1 fr ihe
I-, ii, i ii, ma tided In (he lllll o! Com
i.i..nn
riils nolle, shall lie puhllshi .1 "i"
, ,. week foi i" .....-,,,:., u. il.-
ii THE JEW ISM Cl.ultll'IAN.
11, ,n i: \N i' "111 >EREI' al Mini
i'i.,, i.in, iln- ;"'iii dai ol Januai i
V.I), !'"'.
E it i.i: \ rilERMAN, Clerk,
, trcull '" ii i 'ad. i'..'mil. I-
,., nil lly: K. M. I.VM \.N
l ii inn i ci. rk
UEORdE A BK1EX. ':-'.'
223 Ai nun Ai nil.-
ml i lahle* i'l,
Hilled a, -Miami. Klorida. till* Ird
.!:, v .,( Hi l'1-ilari. A I' 191
i- M"'i:i: sin i.man"
A* K\. .'innr
Kl iiuldli......H of iliii notice on
in.- 12th dai of Kebruary, i.....
Holdnuiu, (ioldst. in *S I'acal. r
Attorn, .i for Executor
nil \\, -i Hlaglei' Street
^________ini
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6*957-G
IN RK: Estate of
I'H 11.11' C v'I'SMAX.
I'. a-. >'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and AH Cerson* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
V,,n .,-, herebj notified and re-
q ||r, ,i m pr..-. nl an} claims and de-
mands ul.i.h >".i aiBii li.ii.' iiuauiM
lh. iat, .a PHILIP CATS.M \N. di
. ... ,i late of l>a.l,' County, Klorida,
i,, ,| ,'..ni,.i Judg. a of I'-"''' Coun-
ty, an.I fill Ihe same In duplicate anil
,,s provided In Section ;::::.1". i
Slain. -. in ii" li offlci ii Ihe "lli-
. ,- i ioi. March 8th, 196E or else con -
obi ni niii '" taken as i onfi seed.
1>ATK1>, l'Vlnii.'iri i'.ril, 1965.
K II WEATHERMAN, Clerk.
i c.mi. Hade County, Florida
'-"ii By: K. M. UTMAN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69502-A
IN RE: Ealate "f
JOHN s il.Sl'N. a,k ;i
(l.K (il.SKN
I leccae. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To-All Credltora and All Persona Hav-
ii-' ciatniB or Domandi Agalnat Said
you are herebj notified and re-
., i ,i ',. present any claims mid de-
which i"ii may have against
the .1-1.. i JullN S. Ol-SEX. a/k/a
,,i.i: .'i.si'.N' deceased late "f Pa.l.-
. -.,un i. Florida to the Count* .ludg^-
of Hade County, and file the same In
,i ip||, .,., .nui .- p. Ided in Bectlon
783.16, ll.'ii'la Si.iini,*. in their of-
flcea in il" i".'linn Courthouse i'
> Courthouse Iii i'ml. cunty. I .. Hade County. Klorida. within alx cal-
ivithin -In calendar months fii.m endai monthi from (he time < ""
,f the first publication hen I l publication hereof, or the aaiw
l/i, 2/5-12-11 Attorney for Plaintiff
S-12-19 .'
id...
111. lllll.
,,i' or iIn -am. iiill be barred.
Ifcitcd ni Miami, Klorida, tills nth
,l ii of I I ritary, \.i' 196.1
HAVIH P CATSMAN
As Executor
nublli at Ion of ilii- not .- on
the 12th da} "i K. bi uai s. I96B
HAVIH P CATS.M \.N. Ks.|
Al till i" i fo I -A' .' H"l
loi I !;-1 Klngb i Slreet
I 12-19-26, I I
iilll i" barred.
I mi,.I at Miami. Florida, iln* -"Hi
III} ..'. I 11 !'";:'.
EILEEN H.SKN
\- vdmlnlstratrlx
publication of ilii* notice on
ih, : i .i.n of January, 19*6.
!l \RIIY ZCKERNICK
. i for Administratrix
..in Rd., Miami Beach
l/2, :.:,-12-1


Page 16-C
* Jen 1st fkridfon
Friday. February 19. 1965
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eJewi
William Singer Elected 1965 Chairman
ish Floridian P2KSS?***
jjj-i, Florida. Friday. February 19.
1965
tt.

la'-ion oi the drive of Miami and Miami campaign program into acticn. Left to right
croups ct lawyers on behalf of the 1965 are Talianoff. Co-Chairman of Lawyers Ken-
. Jewish Appeal is announced by
T ilianoff, co-chairman of the Trades
ns Council. Miami lawyers are
:, meeting in the Greater Miami
h federation Board Room to put their
neth Myeis, Eli Breger, Stanley Pred arid Rob
ert Shapiro. Myers and L. Jules Arkin are co-
chairing the impor'.ant Lawyers Drive for the
1965 Appaal.

William D. Singer is 1965 cani-
I paign chairman of the United Fund
I oi Dade County. Singer was elect-
Section D i ed to the post at a meeting Jan. 20
at the Everglades Hotel. He suc-
ceeds Sidney D. Ansin.
M. M. Brisco was elected presi-
dent of the 1%3 campaign. In 1964,
he served as chairman of Sponsor-
ed Executives.
John R. Ring, outgoing chairman
of the board, presided at the lun-
cheon meeting.
Also elected were Gen. E. A.
Evans, chairman of the board;
Edward F. Swenson Jr., P. J.
Cesarano, William D. Singer and
Bishop Colerran F. Carroll, vice
presidents; Mrs. M. Lewis Hall
Jr., secreiarv; ar Clements Jr., treasurer.
Nominating Committee chairman
was .lay I. Ki-lak. Also on the com-
mittee were AtWOOd Dunwody.
.lames L. Knight, William C. Lan
icff, William I). Singer and Gen.
;: A Evans, ex-officio.
Trustees reelected to three-year
terms are Leonard L. Abess, Sid-
nej I'. Ansin, Karl Bishopric, M.
M. Brisc i Robert Macht, Hunter
Moss, Edward F. Swenson Jr. and
Mrs Beth M. Thompson,
New trustees elected to three-
year terms are Darrey Davis,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, James G.
Pcu!cs, A. M. Prado, William P.
Raven, Frank Smthers Jr., E.
T. Stephenson and Charles H.
Topmiller. Mrs. J. Barco Bishop
was elected tc complete a va-
cant term expiring this year.
5te
Miami Beach Lawyers Group holds its firs.
organizational meeting for the 1965 Combined
'Jewish Appeal at the Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Community Room. Par-
ticicating in the organizational meeting are
(le!: to right) 1965 CJA Campaign Chairman
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Harry Zuckernick, Leon
Epstein, Lawyers Division Co-Chairman L.
Jules Arkin, Harry B. Smith, and Co-Chairman
of the Trades and Professions Council George
Talianoff.
Food, Restaurant Groups Pledge Support of CJA
\i nual luncheon of the Fowl,
Restaurant and Allied Trades Di-
vision will be held on Thursday
that "the Food. Restaurant and Al-
rant, it was announced by Jerry
Blank, of National Brands, and
Joseph Cohen, of Federal Packing
Co., chairman and co-chairman.
respectively, of the division.
Joseph Z. Lipsky. of Gallaghers,
lias invited leaders ol all branches
ol the industry to join in the lun-
cheon on behalf of the 1965 Com
limed Jewish Appeal, as his guest.
Herman Stein, of Food Fair
Stores, and Jack Stein, of Thrifty
Supermarket, are serving as co-
chairmen of the Food Group.
~ Jcrrj Blank, a long-time leader
Pip the food industry and associate
campaign chairman of the 1965
Combined Jewish Appeal, noted
that "the Food. Restaurant and Al-
lied Trades Division is annually
one of the leading divisions in the
Trades and Professions drive for
CJA.
"We can be proud that our indus-
try, through our annual luncheon.
kill again prove the scene for out-
standing support of the 41 agen-
cies that help men. women, and
I children, in our community and in
Icountries throughout the world.
"We are pledging our nivision
not only to meet the overall 10 per
cut increase in the campaign, but
i so over and above the figure to
help a record number of people."
Leading food and restauranteus
in the community who are taking
an active leadership in the divi-
sion drive include the following:
David Blank. Southern Bever-
ages: Herbert Paige. Pepsi-Cola
Corp.: Robert Feldman, Dade
County Dairies: Dick Jurmain.
Jack Jurmain and Co.. Erwin
Stein. Erwin A. Stein Associates;
K.I Dokson and Harry Susskind
United Purveyors; and Ernest E.
Harris. Red Road Food Markel. tor
the Food Group.
For the Restaurant Croup. Den
Cutler, of Woltie's Lincoln Road;
Irving Kaplan. Tobys Cafeterias.
Herbert Login, the Place for Steak;
and Irving Rubin, the Pub.
17th Anniversary
Of Israel Slated
The Zionist Council of South
Florida voted this week to sponsor
a community-wide celebration of
i Israel's 17th anniversary of iode
| penitence during the first week ot
May.
Manuel Burstein. chairman of
the Councilcoordinating body for
all Zionist groups in Dade and
Broward Counties, including Ha-
dassah, the ZOA, Farband, Pio-
neer Women. Mizrachi. American
Jewish League for Israel and the
Labor Zionist Organization is
plannin a major program for Mi-
ami Beach.
The meeting of the Council, held i
at the offices ol the Greater Miami |
Jewish Federation, also voted to|
contact all major Jewish organiza-
tions in South Florida to form an I
action committee to "examine in I
t'.etail various aspects of the Ger-
man question, halting of the arms I
sale to Israel, the continued pies
ence of German scientists in Egypt
and the projected statute of limi-
tations cut-oft date of May 8 on
war crimes."
Honorary chairmen of the Zionist
Council are Burnett Roth and
Gerald Schwartz.
WlLUAM 0. SINiitR
One of the founders of United
Fund, Singer served as Advance
( orpcrate Gifts chairman in 1961
i!-..| Major Corporate Gilt- chair-
man of 1962. Chairman oi the
rd ol the Royal Ca tie S) -tern.
hi Is a former member ol the state
Road an '. the Committee ot
me Hundred. In addition to sen
ng as 1965 chain tan 1 1 Uni e
I 1 1 h .vas al 1 rceli ctcd a vice
-net ideni ol i!:e Board 1 I Ti us
i e
Singer twice sen ed as president
i] the Greater Miami Jewhh Fed
raiioi......- a p -'' "
rempii I pri dent ol the
1. untj Development Com
i- and camp -,! chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Hs is a founder and trustee of
Mount Sinai Hospital and mem-
ber ef the Eoard of Governors
and Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Among his many other af-
filiations, he has also served in
a variety of capacities with the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
In lStSt. he received the Brother
hood Award of the National Con-
j ference <>t Christians and Jews.
Forty-Niners Will
Meet Thursday
Forty-Xiners of Temple Emanu
h.ild a regular meeting on
Thursday, Feb. 25. 7:80 p.m., In
Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzman is
president.
Feature of the evening will be a
niedlej of songs prepared by Cat'
tor Z\ i Adler in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Goldstein and Mr and
Mrs. Harry Weinstein, sponsors Ol
the evening's social hour, en the
occasion of their wedding anniver-
saries.
Tickets for the Forty-Niners
Purim Banquet, to be held Thurs-
day, Mar. 18. will be available al
the meeting, Mrs Simon Bersteln,
chairman, announced
USY to be Guests
Rabbi Brickner
At Beth Sholom
This Saturday
Rabbi Balfour Brickner, direc-
tor of the Commission on Inter
faith of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and asso-
ciate director of the Commission
on Social Action ol Reform Juda-
ism, will speak at Temple Beth
Sholom on Saturday morning fol-
lowing the Temple's regular serv-
ice, with Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
ciating,
Occasion will he the tilth annual
Institute en Judaism for public
school teachers of Miami Beach
conducted by the Board of Educa
lion and board of the PTA of Beth
sholom,
Rabbi Brickner will discuss
"The Meaning of Separation of
Church and StateA Jewish Ap-
proach." Chairman of tho School
Board is Mrs. Irving N. Kaplan.
President cf the PTA is Mrs. San-
ford Levine.
The Institute was planned to
highlight Brotherhood Week spon-
sored bj the National Conference
oi Christians and Jews, which will
launched nationwide this Mon-
lay evening at a dinner at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, with national
president of the NCC.l." Dr. Lewis
Webster Jones, as guest speaker
Rabbi Brickner is a distinguish
ed scholar and author. He has
written "As Driven Sands." a study
on Arab refugees, an I has contrib-
uted to man.' periodicals and jour-
nals.
Rabbi Brickner was educated in
Cleveland, 0., and is a graduate
ot the University Of Cincinnati.
With a BA in philosophy, and of
he Hebrew Union College, with a
Master of Hebrew Letters He is a
member of the National Associa
tion Jewish Congress, Central Confer-
ence oi American Rabbis, Associ
Btion ol Jewish Community Rela-
tions Workers, and National Asso-
ciation Of Intel-group Relations.
in a planned program.


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Friday. February 19, iggj
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U Holies Opers Top Jobs to Jews sX-c
Jewioh National Fund Dinner Committee meets
to formulate plcm.= for the Mar. 18, Purim
Seudah at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Standing
(left to right) are Mrs. Nash, guest from Mexico
City, Abraham Fraidlin, Mr. Llkchitz. guest
from Boston, Sam Kcpkind, Morri-. Yudewitz,
Mayshie Friedbera. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs.
Abraham Mason. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan,
Karry Feldman and Harry Ropen. Seated (left
to riaht) are Mrs. Max Affachiner. Simon Tet-
onhaum, Cantor Mordecai Yardeini. Mrs.
Miriam Press. Samuel Friedman, gues'., Morris
Mlnov, Benjcmin Appel. Leon I. Ell. and Wil-
liam Bornstein.
JNF Plans Pi Leon J. Ell, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater .Miami, announced at a
recent Jewish National Fund Din-
ner Committee meeting t.'iat
plans are being formulated for the
.INF Mar 18 Purim Seudah to be
hel(i in the Fontainebleau Hotel at
6:30 pill
"Arrangements arc ein? made
for an outstand i '"
tak< I thi time
pectations are tor
, l i mi KM declai
] '; Katn ; Fund ol
Israel, wl
Jewish oi No\ 27.
it is
i n lb;' J i .man 1> I
iij of I
Fahm
Dr. Irving Lehr.nan. chairman
of the Jewish National Fund
Fcunc'a'ion here remirded the
community thif "Greater Mi-
ami has pledged 55 000,000 in
cash toward th roivrletion of
Me Ami. We made this pledge
in October, 1967. when a pilgrim-
age of our lear'-rslvT traveled to
Israel for the groundbreaking
ceremony.
"We made the pledge through
an exchange of Torahs, one ol the
most binding contracts in Jew-
ish tradition, and wo did this in
the name of the entire Greater
HAVING
AN
Miami community. Thi- pledge
nlist he met."
Dinner committee consists of:
Habbi Mayer Abramowitz, Diane
Affachiner, Max Affachiner, Ben-
jamin Appel, Johan I. Herman
Mrs Eva Blum, Mrs. Nathan B ok
.-pan. William Bornstein. Albert
Broad. Mrs, Jacob D Davis. Isaac
Hj man Eisenl aum. Leon
J. Ell, Harrj Feldman, Ezi Fi
i .i.ici 'i Fishman, Abraham

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Sta'.e Rep. Robert L. Shevin
has been named to the re-
gional Board of Directors of
the Anti-Defamation League.
Shevin was elected last No-
vember as a representative
of Dade Coun'y to the Flor-
ida Legislature and is now
preparing for the legislative
session in Tallahassee sched-
uled to begin Apr. 6.
Schachter Adds
To Radio Series
Jacob Schachter. 35-year radii
veteran, is expanding his series
ii Jewish radio programs serving
I .Sni'h Florida area.
Schachter will broadcast a new
weekly series n Sundays over
station WMIi:. Miami AM outlet
rom 11:30 a.m. until noon. He
will continue with his Jewish Va-
riety Hour, also over W.MIE. from
i until 3:15 p.m.. each Sunday. In
addition. Schachter broadcasts
daily, from 11 a.m. until noon, over
WEDR-FM from his studios at the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel.
The new series will be known
is 'Haisins and Almonds." and
will feature leaders of Jewish cul-
tural, fraternal and philanthropic
organizations.
It will debut Sunday with the
following gUMta: Max J. Etra. of
New York, chairman of the Board
A Trustee* of Ye.-hiva University;
Michael Sossin. member of the
Florida Commission ol Aginu and
owner of the Blackstone Retire
ment Motel: Gerald Schwartz.
(resident of the R | mi Beach
Lodtze of B'nai B'rith and im
n e liate past president oi the Zion-
Council of South Florida; and
Gil Rappaport, Southeast re
lor ol !. Zionist Oi
\:i:ri i( :,
man. Miss Lillian Goodman. Abra
iurn Grossman, Abraham ('.run
hut. Max Hecht, Martha Heller
Peter F. Heller. Sam Ka'.'an. Ber
.aid Katz. Zev W. Kogan.
Sam Kopkind Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. Mrs, Pauline Levick. Mrs
Louis Lustig, Mrs Abraham Ma
an. Gershon Miller. Mortis Min
ov, Mrs. Miriam Press, Is iori
Riffkin, Ilatr> Rosen, Julius Ros-
enstein. Mrs, Samuel Sack, Sa n
St 'ri> hn [rv'ng Sch it man, Mrs
Wolfe Shk'aii VI
Silver, Joshu i 1 St
Stein, Moi i is Yu l< witz Di Ba
Zui kei I raun.
Edisccters Pla \
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tel
Chai Ih hich will
lure' ai entei'
nt an a I ve band is Ellis Rob-
ins. Guest -!leaker will be Rabbi
\ Kan Ii r S Gross, ol the He-
11 ew ?i a lemj
nies t aised w ill be used to
establish .. Teachers' Welfare
Fund.
Cantor YardeSni
At Fo k Schoo!
Mordecai Yarde'ni, Yiddish a*d
Hebrew t'.'lk singer and music
critic, highlighted Jewish Music
Month at the Oneg Shabbat of the
David Pinski Folk School on Fri-
day, 8 p.m.. ai Farband Center,
3-12 Washinuton Ave
Author ol three books o| Jew
ish music. Yardeiri is an execu
Ive m 'inb.T ol the Yiddish Ra-
tio Guild Ol America, and of the
Hebrew \ tors Unions ol America
He i> president ol the Cantors As-
sociation ol America i'i Canada,
..nd RCA Victor recording artist
l. tuis Lasavin. principal ol Ihe
tchool, spoke on "Biblical Per-
si nalities "
The nations top utility com-
avc 11 .
[even
,-r advances,' in m'n
iton b
els toll wii ext >i
, iween officers a
o npanies and Ii a
can Jewish I immi ee on
rig personnel pi ac tcs i nd
policies
According to i n anno
j Irs. Charles lit
. lent oi the Greater
ii ter oi the Ameiica.i J
Committee, 20 ol the nation's ma
|or utilities during the past yea.
have met with C.....mittee leaders
on recruitment and pron.oLO.
practices.
A year ag* the American Jew-
ish Committee issued a report
that deatt with the problem of
utiliiir.i fully a substantial por-
tion of U.S. manpower in man-
agement. The report roted that
barriers against recruitment
and promotion of minority group
members are "rarely based on
explicit company policies."
However, it stressed that fail-
ire '>< recruit or promote execw-
ives ol minontj group Iku... lOiimt
> com men in large corporations
o the disadvantage ol otherwise
ligible talent and the detriment
i. the nation's economy and val
lea
.: I publii ..'' i nl on
gull irt
i nu,
Lations ,
, ml a
iout the country
lav.n.; accepted t I
mvita ion, d
v< ry instance th ch'i I
veil as other inaja
I pro leu ol exel -
practices.
In many cases b number <>
n were held with each i
.iciUuui^ a itaued di tussii
personnel directors
Temple Zc.si.ora
Family Service
Habbi Ilershel Brooks, spiritual
ieader ol 'iemple Zamora, ati-
nounces a once-a month Fridajkp
vening famiiy service which will
begin at 7:46 p.m.. so that the
younger children of the home may
attend with their parents
Hebrew School student* will
participate with adults in the
en ices, which u ill inch de a
eminar on a Jewish subject
First session ol the new program
- scheduled for Friday, Feb. 26
when Rabbi Brooks' I pic will be
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El Al Offers Summer Tours
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Tax Assessor R. R. Gewerl discussed
tax assessments at the recent executive
.eon meeting of the Washington Avenue-
Si', sre Association, held in the Miami
i Federal board room. Shown seated
3 rich! aie Newton H. Billinger, vice pres-
Gewert; Nathan S. Gumenick, president;
Sarokin, immediate past president
urer; Joseph M. Rose, vice president
and first presiden' of the Miami Beach South
Shore Hotel Association hotel division. Left
to right (standing) are Sigmund Weintraub,
president of the hotel division; Milton Weiss;
Ray Redman, executive vice president; and
Max Boderman, vice president. No' shown
is S. J. Halperin, vice president and chairman
of the Redevelopment Committee.
By Special Report
In cooperation with seven ma-
jor American tour operators, El
Al Israel Airlines will off- r Europe-
bound travelers a special king-size
spring and summer program of in-
lent fours to choose from in
Ji twing Holidaj -" will in
most cases be based on the 21-daj
economy fare, and will permit the
ravel.'r to select his tour package
trom among v.i separate countries,
ranging over the map from Fin-
land to Israel Highlighting the
program "ill be a stepping up of
the El Al transatlantic flight sc In
dllle from last summer's peak of 11
to a new weekly high of 14. And
for the first time. El Al will run
non-stop flights between New York
and Athens.
Covering the period from Apr.
i 24 to the middle of October, each
tour will include a browse through
Paris. The 17-to 28 day itineraries
will take in most of the countries
of Europe, with some special lures
to tempt the traveler who likes
to get somewhat farther off the
beaten track. In addition to Kin
land and Israel, as well as Scandin-
avia and the USSR, the welcome
mat :ll be out in Czechoslovakia,
Pi land and Rumania,
and also the Balkans.
The tears will Ul( lude first class
hotel and i a j Bl C Bl n -
with most meah I ir >u ho
travi I will be i > regular motoi
coach and private car. where ad
sable. Prices begin at $600, al
inclush e
Another si ri< s ol stand-out itin
. rai ies in this upcoming program
will be a group of escorted luxury
motor coach tons of Europe Oper
a ted by Horizon Tours, most of
these will be based on the 21-day
economy fare, on applicable dates
Featuring IOC separate departures
they will cost from S569 to $639.
all-inclusive. For those who wish
to roam for a while longer, sim-
ilar tours of 28. 36 and 43 days
may be arranged for. at rates
ranging from S899 to S1049
Klufznick Heads JWB Celebration of Anniversary
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\ \-.i! assador Philip
. : Chicago, former
mtive to the Eco-
- 11 Council of the
\. ho i. .i past pres-
honorary interna-
lent of B'ai B'rith, has
chairman the 50th
I the National Jew
Board.
Ambassador Klutz-
rttment, Mrs. Floreni e
'. JWB president, said that
I. ar: ing -olden jubilee eel-
i will begin at its 1966 na-
iona biennial convention at the
mi ana Hotel in New York
exl pr. 27 to May l
Ji3, which was founded in
Nev York Apr. ?, 1917, is the na-
tiori association of Jewish
Corr.-nonity Centers and YM-
YW-As, the agency authorized
PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK
by the Department of Defense to
meet the religious, morale and
cultural needs of Jewish military
personnel and their dependents
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Book Council of America, the
National Jewish Music Council
and the JWB Lecture Bureau.
Ambassador Klutznick has been
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the Jewish Community Center
movement for a generation. Him-
self a product ot the Kansas City,
Mo., Jewish Community Center, he
served as chairman of JWB's Jew-
ish Community tenter Services
and was for many years a JWB vice
president. Klutznick was a mem-
ber of the JWB Survey Commission
that conducted and published the
results of the Janovvsky Survey in
1946-17. A member of JWB's Ex-
ecutive Committee for more than
20 years, he is a former vice presi-
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YMHAs and Jewish Community
| Centers.
He served as commissioner of
the Federal Housing Authority
;from 1944 to 1946 by appointment
jof President Roosevelt. The late
i President Kennedy, who named
him to the Economic and Social
Council of the United Nations, also
appointed him national campaign
I chairman of the Eleanor Roose-
| veil Memorial Foundation
Klutznick is a member of the
Board of Trustees of Hrandeis Uni-
versity and Roosevelt University,
and i- a former member of the
hoard of the Conference of Jewish
Material Claims Against Germany.
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Judge Choate
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Emett C. Choate. United States
Federal Judge, Southern District
Of Florida, who has announced his
retirement, was guest of hon-
lor at a luncheon meeting of the
Dade County Bar Association on
Monday at the F.verglades Hotel.
President Sam I. Silver an-
nounces Chief Judge David W. Dy-
er, a past president of the Bar As-
sociation, together with Judges
Charles B. Fulton and John W.
Holland (retired) participated in
the program.
ZOA Region
Meets Sunday
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly
wood, chairman of the Board of
Governors of the Southeast Region
of the Zionist Organization of
America, has announced that the
first meeting of the officers and
; Board of Governors of the six state
region will take place on Sunday.
Feb. 21. at the Fontainebleau Ho-
jtel.
Business will start at 9 a.m.
Membership of the Greater Miami
Districts of the ZOA will be invit-
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Friday, February 19
Painter Giving Art Course Here
Ludwig Sander, internationally session course ol insl
known a """'' |s '"',"' "';'" '" ;',[l"/
KllOW II BUSH .il 1 I""1 '
week art work- artists al tin u \,
(hop in Miami accordii rTOB x Kendal
William Lehman, secretao ol the
u Art* Council
Classes arc held ever> M
nd Fi
BUnnin i h Mar 5, the 12 B 30 a m. and 12
in
A" the opening of the current Temple Beth Sho-
lom Art Exhibit on Sunday are (left to right)
Louis F. Snetman, president of Beth Sholom;
Mrt. Jack M. Fink, member of the Art Com-
mittee Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Beth Sholom; Mrs. David Drucker, chairman of
the Art Committee; Shimon Yallon, Consul
Genera! of Israel for 'he Southeast, who for-
mally opened the Exhibition of Contemporary
Israeli Art; Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chair-
man of the Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts,
under whose auspices the exhibition is being
sponsored. The exhibit is on view every day
until Feb. 28 at the Beth Sholom Art Gallery,
4144 Chase Ave.
Meyer B. M '< of honor at a testimonial din-
. Univei
. _s an award R. Hollender, citing Dr. Mc
tis leadership oi the P: The noted Mi-
ni Beach pediat. ibership of
mittee from 35 to over 150. Dr. Albeit B. Sabin. noted
research scientist and nctional Physicians Committee chair-
m, was quest Doral Beach Hote: event,
was amended by some 4CC leaders of the South Florida
] vision, as well Q ians and Dentists Com;:
Beth David Sets "rctherfrccd Fefs
... \ si Brendan's Cj
i it- nnual : in) i hurch. will giv tholic per-
jctive
;n.. m Specter Hall.
-Protestant, Jewish and Catho
roach to Brotherhood" will be
subject discussed bj pane!
. mbers hn tieque"tly appear on
it-.!' Ch, 2 "Man t. Man" program.
Presenting the Protestant view
will be Luther Pierce, executive
secretary "i Greater Miami Coun-
cil oi Churches Rabbi Solomon
Sen if. spiritual leader of Beth El
CongKgstton, and executive vice
pre-idem of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, will pre
-.n! the Jewish view
Fi Donahl Ceaoolly, assistant
'Eagle House1
Trains Youth
Wft!i CARS Aid
By Special Report
NEW VORKYoung immi
n Aral) lands will undi i
trainii this o thai they
m h other Israi li i il \i
n i" tame the
parselj i
il i ialilee.
and agromech
i and al I

t a new work-
\lula
Hi :
he humo
vocal onal trail
Ei -!( House pro.
by the 1 r
the
private relief agency The Tamara
workshop will also be aided by the
Israeli lo> erni i hich is con-
ool building .it a
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400 is being provided through
le funds. Included
ized electrical and automei;
ic equipment to train the young-
sters. The entire project w ill be
supervised by both Israeli and
CARE officials Israel is provid
ing instructors
Dade Heights Senior Crfiieos
Senior Citizens ol D.ide Height*
will have a card party on Sunday
afteron, rtarttng at l p.m., la
washtagton Federal rti* nk 167th
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\ THEY TAKE THE CAKEThree couples cele-
f jf"orating anniversaries, all originally from Tor-
onto, meet to mark the occasion at the Fam
ous Restaurant. The couples (from left) are
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Orenstein, who celebrated
their 20th anniversary; Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Teacher, now of 7411 Carlyle Ave., marking
their 50th; and Mr. and Mrs. Al Deitel. cele-
brating their 35th.
USY Program
For Leaders
\ training program specificallj
lesigned for United Synagogue
Youth Leaders and for Synagogue
Youth committee members has
been establisned under the aus-
pices i>f the Southeast Region
i tin I'nited Synagogue ol Amer
Announcement was made bj
Phillip Schiff, vice president of
the region and chairman of its
Youth L'ommissioin. Schiff declar
ed that "this is the first program
of it~ kind lor USY created to me< I
the ever-expanding needs of USY
in South Florida."
The course will be taught by
Dr. Herbert Harari, a PhD
graduate of the University of
Miami in psychology, who has
also served for the past ten
years as education and youth
director of Temple Sinai in Hol-
lywood.
Sessions will be held for 12
consecutive Sunda> nights, begin-
Flager Elects
Meitzer Prexy,
Marks Chairman
Nathan Meltzer has been elect
ed pi esident of the Plagler B i d
... I .-;>, i.igs and i oan issocia-
h n ol Miami Paul II. Marks, for-
m eiecte I
airman I i G o i
in ling in ecior and
i ilCil "I
since
ol: Key West.
,. rl.v
i K West and Miami
w a ..i the
ntil 1955.
He is a past president of the
Bisr-v-n- 3ci.'ovatd Association
a director of the Capital Na-
tional Bank of Miami, and a
member of the Miami Shores
Country Club. He was a World
War I Naval officer.
Marks, a founding director and
president of the association. a for-
mer governor for the State of
Florida for the National Savings
and Loan League, is currently
president ol the Florida Savings
and Loan League
He was president of Flagler
Federal since it- founding in 1955,
\;c\ has served during the \<-<>.
ition's rapid growth to 20th in
-;/" in Florida and 2Sist in rank
nationally.
NATHAN MtllXBt
D*. HFRBEJfT HARARI
Koussevitsky Will
Appear on Beach
Cantor Mostae Koussevitsky will:
give a Purim concert on Sunday. 1
Ring Mar 3, at Beth Torah Connie- Mar 7, 8 p.m., at the Jacob C. Co-
nation, i hen Community Synagogue, 1532
The program will deal with the Washington Ave.
ire and philosophy of the USY Cantor Koussevitsky, who served
movement, group dynamics, the as chief cantor ol the City Syna-
ole and function of the leader, gogue of v.dna. has appeared in
reativc programming, special mosl ol the capitals ol the world.
Icms in group leadership, and ncluclin | Israel
5ltons R( wu invlted bv Rabbi Tibor
ti inistration ol the course n Stei and Jacob C Cohen to
*ill be under the supervision of celebrate the Charter Day Award1
i regional USY office 2355 Sal nl the founding ol the new syna
al Gables ue.
Heller to Speak
At Menorah
Men's Function
"I Witnessed t h e Eichmann
Trial" will be the title of a talk
before Ihe Temple Menorah Men's
Club by Daniel Neal Heller on
Thursday evening, Feb 25. in the
Temple Social Hall.
Ai the time ot the Nazi's trial,
Heller was national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans I arry Pasta
The Men's Club has undertaken Harbor Island Spa has beet n
an extensive program ol cultural nointed Florid
and social events which will cut the free and non-scctaran City
minate in the annual Temple-wide > Hope National Medical Center 'jre tnsmoers Honored
picnic sponsored by the club lor near Los Angeles,
the benefit ol children in the He Goodwjn ., Knisht. former Go-
brew Sch il ,. California and ch rmai
The club recently aftiiiated with of the National Board ol Ti rte Convalescent Home ol Sou
the National Federation 'if Men'- if the City of Hope, announced thi ida were nonoreel Guest
Clubs. President is Men Krovetz. Paskow apnointmcnl is Mrs Manner Calm.
Paskov/ Pa, Citv
Of Hope Chief
president ol Ihe
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Friday, February 19 \fty
Federation <~>f Jew'sh Women meet for lunch-
eon at the Seville Hotel and tune in on a "For
Your Information" panel conducted by tele-
vision and radio psrscnality Al Liebsrt. Ques-
tions frcm tne audisnce were answered by di-
rectors of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
agencies here. Left to righ*. are Leon Fisher,
executive director, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service; Mr.'.. Irving Lehrmnn, presi-
dent. Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Char-
les P. Feinberq, chairman of the day and pres-
ident, Jewish Vocational Service; Liebert, Mar-
vin Bostin, associate director, Mount Sinai
Hospital; and Louis Schwartzman, executive
director. Bureau of Jewish Education.
Beach Bar
Elects Berick
Morris L. Berick. a native of
Rhode Island, and a former Rhode
Island judge, has been elected to
the presidency of the Miami Beach
Bar Association.
Judge Berick has been a prac-
ticing attorney for 37 years. 20 of
which were in Miami Beach. Ber-
wick is active in religious, fra-
ternal and charitable organiza-
tions.
He is past president of Temple
Beth Sholom. a charter member
of Hibiscus Lodge, a member of
the Shrine, the Jewish National
Fund, the Solicitation Committee
of the City of Miami Beach, and
past national officer Phi Epsilon
Pi.
He lives at 4501 Royal Palm Ave.
with his wife, Gertrude.
Flag Pcles Are
Dedicated Here
The two Hag poles m trout of the
Hebrew Academy were to be dedi-
cated tin- Thursdaj al l p.m., by
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Morgenstern,
. i New York I
The special ceremoni : were to
i attend) I i the community's
...,; civic leaders and the
- ol Dade County's munici-
-lh(. pol > bea 'Ami ncan
flag is beta le lici ti I in nv
ol the late Pn i lent John F,
Kennedy. The pole brain;- the He
brew flag was to be dedicated I i
the late Herbert H. Lehman, 11
Sew York State, !><> served as
governor and l S, Senator.
Morgenstern, noted philanthro-
pist from New York, Is nationally-
known for his civic and religious
activities in the United states and
Israel. He is identified with Israel
Bonds. Federation of Jewish Char,
ities. hospitals of different ilrnom-
. inations and Yeshivos and Theo
. logical seminaries of higher learn
ing.
He is the owner of the original
letter which George Washington,
i first president of the United States.
addressed to the Hebrew congre
gation of Newport.
Bikvr Cholim Party I
Mr. and Mrs. Irving p
members of Blkur Cholim
,, meeting and cocktail :
the i'< rte 1
, nd pi spectrve mi i
were made tor a dinnci
., the De u
la Mar >0

Cancer Schwar
At Beth T filed.
Woi Id-r i
artz w II condi I Fri
id Saturdaj -
ici at Coi gregati i Bel
and will also present a
the synagogue on Sund
The Joseph Cohen Choir
company the Cantor for t'u-
>ngagemcnt.
Cantor Schwartz hi hi
tions in Argentina, where h
icd cantorial mti-:c ui
ther. in South Africa, and in .
He has been cantor of tt-
ish Center of University I
in New York for the |
years.
Tickets for the weekend
and concert may be
the congregation office,
(iid Ave.

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turn
tud-
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E
Left to right are Dave B. May, president of the 100 Club, and
Mrs. May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick; newly-
installed president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, Morris
Berick and Mrs. Berick; and Frank Martin Berick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Berick.
Beverage Co.'s earnings on Rise
The Golden Anniversary year of
American Beverage Corporation, of
which Pepsi-< ola Bottlers of Mi-
am.. Inc is a subsidiary, resulted
in an increase Of ll per cent per
share, it has been announced b)
Julius Darsky, of Akron, o. ABC
pi i -;.ient.
Per share earnings during the
fiscal Mar ending Oct. 31. 1964.
jumped to 54c from the i9i>3 earn-
ngs ol 25c per share, for the na-
tion'.-- second largest Pepsi-Cola
bottling combine. ABC is building
a new Si plant for Pepsi-Cola Bot-
tler- of Miami on the Palmetto Ex.
pressway jusl north ol the 36th
Street entrance.
ARC stockholders will hold their
annual meeting in Miami Apr. 7th,
and will visit the new Pepsi bot-
tling plant nearing completion
here.
'"This tremendous facility will
embody the latest bottling and
handling equipment and newest
techniques in plant operation."
Darsky said. When completed this
summer, the Miami plant will be
'he most modern and efficient plant
of its type in the country, with dis-
tribution facilities geared to meet
the requirements of the expanding
Miami market."
Insurance Exec
Gets Top Honor
Leonard Cold, agent in the Mi-
ami Ordinary Agency of the Pru-
dential Insurance Co., has achiev-
ed membership in the company's
President's Club for 1961. the sec-
end time he has attained the honor.
A native of Massachusetts and a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami. Cold joined the Prudential
Insurance Company in 1956. He
IS an Army veteran, with service
in Europe, and a member of the
Jewish War Veterans and the Mi-
ami Association of Life Underwrit-
ers.
The Gold family lives at til" Al
hambra Circle in Coral Gables.
Candy Official to Speak
Regular meeting of Tiforeth Is-
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social hall on Monday evening
Guest speaker will be Irving Hal-
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Page 7-D
Siqma Rho president, Myles Abbott, and Howard Galbut, ad-
visor of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Center fraternity, receive
a plaque from Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America.
Presentation is made by Parker E. Hodgman. district director
of the association.
Flagler Fraternity Given Citation
Sigma Rho Fraternity, spon-
sored by Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center, has again been cited tor
"outstanding community service."'
this time by Muscular Dystroph.-
Associations of America.
Sigma Rho president, Myles
Abbott, and advisor Howard Gal-
but. received a plaque from
MDAA's district director Parker
E. Hodgman, "as a symbol of ap-
reciation for dedicated service
during the last four-year period."
The fraternity distributed can-
isters for MDAA in the Miami
area and will shortly undertake
a benefit candy sale for the as-
sociation. Proceeds from the
events go to Muscular Dystro-
phy Association's patient serv-
ice and reseach programs.
i Rho has been, for the last
several years, one of the area's
outstanding service organizations.
Parents Magazine recently cited
the fraternity for establishing the
Robert Leonard Schuster Scholar-
ship Fund, The fund has enabled
IS future doctors to attend the
University Oi Miami School of
Medicine who would otherwise not
have been able to do so because of
lack of funds.
To date, over S3.000 has been
aised for the fund through activ-
Bar Mitzvah Club
ChSef is Speaker
Horg This Week
1 ice G, Weiss, executive dl
I of the National Bar Mitzvah
' lub, as to speak at a meeting oi
chi ol din ctors on Thurs-
lay ;it the new offices of the Bu-
!."' i.' h Education, ;mo Lin-
coln R< a : M ill.
Mtz\ ah 'in') is a
n-profil membership organiza-
nd | iris ni Bar and
Bas Mil :vah age, with a three
. i p igram h hi< h culminates in
n i ed, low c isl pilgi I
o [si acl the summer Ihey are 16.
The school directors wore also
:o discuss the coming inter-school
Essay-Art Contest, National Bible
Contest and Hebrew Vocabulary
Bee. Abraham Gittelson. educa-
tion director of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, was to present "Some
Aspects of School Administration."
Also on the agenda were to be
scheduling of interschool faculty
visits and screening of personnel
requests for the coming school
year Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau, was to
chair the meeting.
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Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy Board ot
Directors, presents a plaque to Louii. Merwitzer. president, for
his service to the Academy as chairman of the building cam-
paign which made possible *.he new building at 2400 Pine Tiee
Dr. At the presentation, Merwitzer announced the launch-
ing oi a S380.000 mortqaqe redemption campaign and the
presentation of the first gift toward the campaign.
Ell Speaks At
Men's ORT Meet
The conflicting forces that have
made the Middle East an interna-
tional tinderbox were discussed al
a meeting of Miami Men's OUT
hi Wednesday at Hotel Deauville
Daniel N. Heller is the organiza \
.ion president.
Lean J. Ell was guest speaker
Ell has represented the L'. S. at in-
ter national and United Nations
conferences both here and abroad.
He was a member of the U. s. Ref-
ugee Committee and of the White
House Conference on Refugees.
He is president of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami.
The series of monthly meetings
is one facet of the activities of the
anization, winch has launched
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aimed at attracting new people
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Friday. February 19 1365
Rosichan to Talk
To Farband
Next Thursday
Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch,
,\ill meel "" Chursday evening,
Feb. 25, at Farband Cultural Cen-
er, hi_' Washington Ave
Following the business s si n
conducted bj President \
Bursti n, Bernard Furman, pro-
ram vice president, "ill present
, test film on Israel and intro-
duce uesl speaker, Arthur S,
:, .; ban. exi cuti> e director m
liu- Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation
Tots Go on Tour
Temple Sinai of North Miami
Beach Kindergarten were r tour
ihe Graham Company dai on
Thursday. Arrangements i
made through Dairy Council of
South Florida. About 32 ch
their mothers, and Mrs. Yvettc
Cole, teacher, were to mak iho
Hip.
Temple Zamora CommiUee
Temple Zamora announi
members of its Journal t on
include Sidney II. Palmer, Morr -
.\Iosko>' i'/. Mori i~ 'I i ppi r i
win Le< how iti
The Safra family has presented the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue with a new
Sefer Torah in memory of Rabbi Dr. Meyer
Pcfm. R"bbi Abraham Safra, his brother, to-
gether with members of the Safra family,
stand under the Chupa facing the Holy Ark,
while Rabbi Tibor H. Stern accepts the Torah
with a blessing and prayer.
Architect's view of Chase Avenue entrance of new Beth Israel Synagogue.
Br>th Israel Will Break Ground For New Facility
Groundbreaking for Beth Israel
Congregation's new synagogue
ding will lake place this Sun-
morning, 10:30 a.m., on the
site of the new sanctuary at the
theast c rner of 40th st. and
Chase Ave., Miami Beaeh.
Among dignitaries who will at-
< ihI are Mayor Chuck Hall and
Mayor Melvin Richard, a- well as
members of the Miami Beach City
: ouncil and many other local civic
notables
Rabbinical leaders representing
Orthodox Judaism, bot'i local and
national, Will also attend
The groundbreaking will col-
m-nate the ten-year axoansicn
praaram of Beth Israel Congre-
gation, which originally met in
a small store front on Chase Ave.
and 40th St.
The new building will include
facilities for a religious school and
youth center, as well as an audi-j
n seating ."i nt people. The gyn-
I.".!" building itsell will be cf
1 design ami beaut> and
:ill provide seating lor 500 in the
ram sanctuary.
Sisterhood 'I Beth Israel Con
gregation i-- preparing a box lunch
(i be served immediately after the
,:k.ii': ceremonii s. Moses
' Grund i- president, and
i- suintua
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Morton Towers Group of Hadassah pays tribute to Mrs. Cai-
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)e>s of the Adult Choir of Temple Both
>m r, li i 'he 'i.recfion of Cantor David
iser will be part of a Chorale Choir pio-
. sponsored bv the Beth Sholom Festival
e Arts on Wednesday, Mar. 3, 8:15 p.m.,
at 3cth Sholom. The program will cfier ex-
s from operas, musical comedy, ond
le pieces by Brahms and Beethoven.
\ Leo Levin, Sisterhood president; Mrs.
ael Mersel. Mrs. Philip Davis, Mrs. Jack
iro, Sisterhood board members; Mrs. Sey-
Silverman, chairman of the Beth Sholom
val of the Art:.; and James M. Knopke, a
presiden' of Brotherhood, constitute the
: 'he Cantor hoir program at Temple Beth
nember of Sis-
Cantor David I r; Mrs. Michael Mersel and
!
Mrs. Leo
it, Not shown is Mrs. Sey-
Si've -)i Beth Sholom's Festival of the
Somi \ i es of men, women and children her
[unior Choirs of Temple Beth Sholom will partici-
m the program on Wednesday evening. Mar. 3, at Beth
Insurance Co. Honors Stone
committee in charge of this event. Left to
right (first row seated) are Mrs. David Convisei,
Mrs. Rose Ruaer. Mrs. Matthew Commanday,
Mrs. Anna K. Opper, Mrs. R. Watson Dutton.
Mis. Ceie Newman, Mrs. Jacques Degenshein,
and Mr1!. Bennett Lee. Second row are Mrs.
Adele Re. nthal, Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. James
Kncpke, Mrs. Minna Krams, Mrs. Edith Sadow-
sky, Can or Conviser, Miss Salwa Merrige,
Miss Essie Abrams, Miss Ruth Williams, and
Mrs. Shirley Greene. Back row are Sid Ross,
James Knopke, Dr. Leo Levin, Sam Rudt, Arch
Bradley, Louis Moskowitz. David Smith (or-
ganist;. William Royal and R. Watson Dutton.
Religion Lecture
At TempSe J'idcg
Temple ludea of Coral Gables
ami junces the fifth <>i eight lee-
di'cussions entitled "Religion
Revisited" will be held in the Re-
i pt i>n ii.iii on Sum al
: lerman. h lirman,
will ii lecturer, Dr
: \ .

'. of Texas His
. ..
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nt," was recently
in.a nt' 1965 his
: hers "i Pi ocess,"
ublished
3'nai Raphael
Diccussaon Grs:p
t n Sunda>. 8:3') p in thi
i rou | r O
B'n 'i in el
klr ; '! '.:
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Dr.
: Dade
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in private
e as a | ychotherai it,
oid Id h pi
I the Inner U
bj Anton i. Toisen,
Zeth Xcdesh Sisterhood
aii
!
iponsci
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ka
; ViUian
' K'orn Sisterhood
, i
on
K Stone, CLU, was honored
Home Life Insurance Com-
pan; t New York for "ouUtand-
ing hievement during 1964
eceived > silver plaque for
heii named to the President's
Com 1, the company's top honor
gro ;iikI a bronze plaque, for
heir., number two man in the en-
lire Ul force of the Home Life,
St w ho h.is ranked consist-
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+Jewi*trk)ri(ti&n
Friday, February 19, 1965 %j
One of the first professional groups to get into
the Variety Children's Hospital S2.5 million
campaign are these dentiits shown at a work
session in the home of Chairman Dr. Bernard
Neuwirth (seated second from right). They're
planning a breakfast-and-tour of the hospital
for Sunday, Mar. 7, to inspect the three new
structure addi'ions. Shown (left to right) seat-
ed are Drs. Alfred Feinglass, Albert Coonin,
Neuwirth, and Anthony Livingstone. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Drs. Carl M. Baumann,
Fred J. Witkoff, Bertram F. Goodhart, Harold
Webman, and Samuel Berkowitz.
An installation of new officers of the Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch took place last week
when Morris Epstein (center) was installed as presiden* by
Efraim H. Gale (right), executive director of the Greater Miami
"Y." Looking on as Mr. Epstein presents a check on behalf of
the club to the "Y" is Judge Harold Spaet, who was guest
speaker for the occasion.
Acquiring her mother's affinity for show business, Debbie
Cowan celebrates her seventh birthday Jan. 31 with "Aunt
Peggy" Lee at the Diplomat Hotel.
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Rabbi Samuel April will dedicate
a 100 run.ie memorial plaque in
honor of the late Herbert Green
during Friday evening .services at
Temple Or Olom.
Mr. Green was a Food Fair ex-
ecutive at the time of his death.
A charter member of Or Olom he
was active in the Men's Club.
His wife, Mrs. Judith Green, a
pas) president of the Temple Sis-
terhood, now serves on its Board
of Directors She will hosl the Oneg
ihabbat following services.
Kathy and Laurie Green, the
couple's daughters, Will attend the
ceremony.
Insurance Firm
Opens Office
Sid Jacobs, state general agent,
announces the opening of Florida
headquarters for the American In-
come Life Insurance Company at
720 NW 27th Ave.
According to Jacobs, the office
"was the leading life agency in
1964 for American Income, of'
Waco, Tex.
Jacobs, himself, was the leading
general agent producer of over
550 agents throughout the I'. S.
for the company. He has been in
the insurance business for over 15
years, and specializes in all phases
oi life insurance and hospitaliza-
tion.
S. Irwil) Becker is Florida brok-
erage manager. He has been a
Miami resident for over 20 years.
Jackie Gleason
Tourney at Doral
Jackie Gleason joins the ranks
of such entertainment greats as
Bing Crosby. Bop Hope and Perry
Como in being honored with a golf
tournament in his own name, the
Jackie Gleason Pro-Celebrity, to
be held Mar. 10 at Doral Country
Club in Miami.
"Not only has Jackie, 'Doral's j
comedian in residence,' brought
immeasurable, valuable publicity1
to the Greater Miami area and
Doral. but he's worked overtime
to get some of his celebrity friends
to play here," explained Frank
Strafaci. tournament director of
the $70,000 Mar. 11 to 14 Doral
Open. Doral owner, Alfred Kaskel.
thought an appropriate way to re-
pay Gleason would be to name the
pro-celebrity in his honor.
Gleason himself. Bob Hope. Ed
Sullivan and Perry Como have al-
ready accepted spots in Doral's
Pro Celeb Outing. Bing Crosby will
play depending on his schedule.
Arnold Palmer, who is cutting
down on tournaments this year,
had planned to skip the Doral
Open. "But Jackie called him in
California and told him we wanted
Arnie in his foursome for the Pro-
Celebrity. Palmer changed his
mind and agreed to play here,"
time of ehis"
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+ lenist) Meridian
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Nctf Bismtbcitfi
Pcsses of Ago 59
in (N I) Bli
i i ho lived here since
from Savannah, <'.< 10
>d Fi b. !.' al the age
as pas! pres deni ol Be h
Mi n's Club, a charter
r ol Beth Kodesh Syna-
ilp- Jewia i Home for
YMH md Greater Jewish
nity Center, where h e
a- irea surer for 15 j eai -
He belonged to the Elks, Va-
rittv Children's Hospital and was
a carter member of National
ChiiC-en's Cardiac Hospital.
ctive supporter for Youth
<.it,., ce, he was an honorary
cilia m Boystown, a member of
Star ommonwealth for Boys and
,i charter committeeman for the
Boj Scouts of America. Troop 6.!
!l, survived by his wile. Iris,
a il. -liter. Mrs. Charlotte Weiss, I
Mia: three brothers, Morris andi
I'.rii lumberg, ol Savannah, and
Meyi Blumberg, Los Angeles;
line sisters, Mrs. Ksther Ryan
Savai lah, Mrs. Violet Schiff. At-j
lanta. Mi- Leah Rapaport, Miami.'
.md grandson, Ronald Fried.
Ser ces were held Feb. 1+ at i
Funeral 11 >me. with inter-
men- :i \P N'ebo Cemetery,
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Leon Kaye, 54
Former Miamian,
Dies in Jox.
Former Miami Beach resident
I .con Kay, 54. died Feb. 8 in Jack-
sonville, where he had lived for
Ihc past five years.
A real estate broker during his
25 years here. Kaye left when he
was named vice president ot Uni-
versal Marion Corp.. a Jackson-
ville-based investment firm.
He is survived by his wile. K.i\e
Burch: his mother. Mrs Addie
!\.i~- 'WitZ, ol \. W York: a sen.
Frederick S. Kaye, ol New Or
lean and four br< Ihers, Miami
New editorial wi iter Jack K
; Kassi wit;. ol Mi
Kassewitz ol Jackson
illi and Dr .' .1/. hi
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Mton Roi
VI i erv,
Beach Attorney
Granat Dies
Here at Age 63
Miami Beach Attornej Roland
w Granat, 63, ol 1137 No His
cayne PI Rd died Feb. 14.
A resident here for 4(> years,
coming from Brooklyn, N.Y., Gra
nat practiced lau in Miami Beach.
He was a member of Miami Bead.
Elks. 1601. Bayshore Country Club.
Dade County and Florida Bai
Associations.
Surviving are hi- wile. Ksther.
ive daughters, Mrs Rhoda Nagle,
Miami. Dr. I'epi ( uadrado. New
laven, conn. Mrs Carla Van-
I'osh. No. Miami Beach. Misses
lOj and Bonnie Granat; mother.
Vilma, of Miami Beach; and three
grandchildren.
Services were held Feb. 16 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton
Rd.
Harry Magid, 76
Pioneer Resident
Long-time resident Harry I Ma-
rid. Tti. of 1735 Calais I)r.. died
Feb. 14.
Maid came here 45 years ago
from Boston. Mass.. and was a
nembes ol Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, Zionist Organization of
Vmerica. and chaplain of the
Executive Club and director of
Miami Beach Real Estate Board.
He is survived by his wife, Anna
v: two sons, Mitchell S.. of Nash-
ville, Tenn., and Malcolm Jr.. of
Atlanta. Ga.; a daughter. Mrs.
lanice M Ghertner, of Atlanta; a
sister. Jeannette Good, of Miami
Beach; and eight grandchildren.
Services were held Feb. 16 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel Alton
Rd.

ELLNER, Saiinn-I II.. 73, of '"" NAN'
i-- st iii,,i Feb. It. Rlvendde.
GARDNER. Monte, IS, ot 4". X. Hi- .
btacu* Ih.. died I '.!>. il. lUvwrahle
LANOIS, Betty. I, ot I ':" BW Mil
si., .ii. a K'.-ii. in. tlnrdi n,
BACHMAN. i :. i i;.-. 82 of lltlt.'i Ni:
i rii ("i ii i i. ii I". Itiveraidi
ROTHSTEIN. Nathan. 73, ol II""
l riled ll' i! llordon.
COOPER, Mrs Motile, 69, ot 122111 !\*\\
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At Hebrew Univ.
an, daughter ol Dr
\ Herman, 3171 Shefi-
I: -i \< e.. is si
el Hebrew I nii ersity
Cei ter in Jerusalem.
1 I Ear, I ose and Throat De-
partment, which i- headed by
Prof, Mi she Feinmesser, has a
Hi aring and Speech (enter
used to detect deafness al the earl-
--'hie moment, when babies
even a f< u weeks old.
'The earlier we discover that a
babj has bearing trouble the bet-
ter," Prof. Feinmesser explained
to Joan. "If not, it may happen
that a child who is hard of hear-
ing will be considered mentally re-
tarded, although he is really quite
intelligent. Nearly every child
who is deaf has some residual
hearing. By developing this, we
can help him."
Joan is being trained to use the
remarkable new microscope which
n akes it possible to examine tne
intricate interior of a patient's ear.
Asked whether her work is hand-
napped because the patients -peak
Hebrew. .loan answered with a
smile in flawless Hebrew. i man-
age somehow."
Joan Herman, of Miami Beach, studying audiology at the Ha-
dassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem.
BB Lodge Will
Hear Vegel
Emanuel T e p per. president,
Freedom Lode of B'nai B'r th.
has announced that guest Monday
evening will be Lee Vogel. 1963
Peabody Award-winner and mod
Tin: ol VYQAM's "Open P
Forum Meetiny will be held ut
Surf side Town Hall. 93rd St and
Harding Ave at 9 p.m.
Tonic- will he "The Dangers ol
the Extreme Left and Right." dur-
ng '. hich Vog :1 will describe per
-n;ial experiences in dealing with
both political extremism during
he i [hi ye irs ol ins Peabo Ij
; ogram, plus
n of n led voices i
member* oi the American Nazi
ii
Societ
Duplicate Bridge Group
A duplicate bridge group is be-
iiil: organized by the new YMHA,
B500 SW 8th St.. under the leader-
ship of Irwin A. Blockcr The group
v II engage in weekly games on
Monday evenings at 7:45 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
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/.' Torch
Sethune College
President Due
M Emanu-EI
In observance of National Bro
therhcod Week. Dr Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, has invited Dr. Richard
V. Moore, president of Beliiune
Cookman College. Daytona Beach
Fla.. to share the pulpit at the
Temple's Friday evening services.
1:30 p.m.. in a discussion of "The
Meaning oi Brotherhood in Our
Time.
Dr. Moore has been president ol
Bethune-Cookman College for the
"ist 18 years, lie is a member
>f the Florida Citizen's Committee
>:i Education. National Education
Vssociation, Southern Regional
Council, Board of Directors and
'he Executive Committee ol the
United Negro College Fund, and
ne member of the American
Teachers Association.
Dr. Moore is listed in "Who's
Who in American Education.' He
received the ATA11 Council Tren-
holm Educat'on Award in 1963.
and the Florida PTA Award in
1963. The Florida State Depart-
ment of Fducation cited him in
1964 for his outstanding contribu-
tion to education in the State ot
Florida.
UM Professor
At Beach Forum
The Population Explosion" was I
the subject of a talk by Dr. Don
Calhoun. professor of social sci-
ence at the University of Miami.
OH Saturday.
Lecture was slated for the Miami
Beach Forum meeting at Wash
ingtOB Federal. 1234 Washington
AveT, and was followed by a
question and answer period.
Dr. Morris Schor u director ol
the forum, and Charles Tomarkin
ii education director.
dedicated Here
The new s >f Torah d I
ecentl) al Jacob C Cohen i
munity Synaro ne was consecra
led during Saturday morninj
\ ices
Mark, son of Dr. and Mrs JacV
Safra. and grandson of Rabbi Dr.
Meyer Safra, donors of the Torah.
read the portion of the Bible at
the service.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTV JUOGF'S COURT
IN AND FO=! DAHF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65984-B
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Hi.- ..-in,- of h'LoRBNCH LKWKN-
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same in 'hipliiai^ and as ptovldetl In
Section 7X8.1S, Florida Htatutea, In
their offloee In the (*ounty Courthouae
in Dude County, Horlda, within .-ix
calendar iii.ioli> from ill,- time "f the
first I'liiiii, aii .ii hereof, or Hi, name
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOI UTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
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Slate of II,hi.la A 1.15 AUKS ri>IU*OIl-
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Stati "i Florida, and ivhereau HUch
ut ion iii.i mi the 3rd dny of
i-hriiary. A.l>. IV to he filed
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Friday. Februcrry 19, 1955
European Body
Urges Red Easing
Tropical Chapter Sewing Group
BRUSSELS (JTA)The chair-
man and vice chairman of the
political commission of the Consul-
tative Assembly of Europe, which
opened its current session here re-
cently, called on the Assembly to
urge the Soviet Union to ease its
attitude toward Jews.
Both stressed particularly the
denial of cultural and religious
rights to Russian Jewry and the
refusal of the Moscow Government
to permit Jews to emigrate for
purposes of reunification with their
families. The Assembly has con-
sultative status before the Euro-
pean Common Market.
Finn Moe, Norwegian Labor
Party, representative to the As-
sembly and vice chairman of
the political commission, drew
the body's attention to a resolu-
tion dealing with the situation
of Russian Jewry, now before
the Commission, calling upon all
member governments to uras, in
their discussions with the USSR,
that the rights of Jews be re-
spected.
"I am afraid." he said, "that
the present conditions of the Jew
ish minority in the Soviet Union
only helps those who are opposed
to an East-West detente. 1 hope
the Assembly will agree to a mo-
tion on this item very scon."
Paul Strove, chairman of the po-
litical commission, pointed out
that no such motion is before the
Assembly as yet. saying that the
Commission has appointed a rap-
porteur to examine "the gravity"
of the question. However, he de-
plored the fact that, according to
the information thus iar received,
denial of cultural and religious
rights to Russian Jews and re-
fusal of permission tor their emi-
gration to reunify with their fain-
Dr. Globke Says
It Wasn't His
Responsibility
DUSSELDORF-(JTA)Dr. Hans
Globke, for 14 years the top right
hand man to former Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer, told a court
here this week that it was not his
responsibility to take steps, dur-
ing the Nazi regime, to prevent
the execution of Jews.
Dr. Globke was a senior official
of the Ministry of the Interior dur
ing the Hitler regime. He was also
the legal officer who wrote the
Nazi official "interpretation" ol
the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws
He was called by the court as a
witness in the trial here of for-
mer officers of Hitler's SS. charged
with mass shootings of Jews in
Poland.
Asked by the judge whether he
had done anything to halt such
murders. Dr. Globke replied: "It
was not my responsibility. I was
in a different department. In any
case, what would have been the
sense in publicly opposing it."
Earlier, Dr. Globke had told the
court: "I heard from people who
were home on leave (from the Nazi
army) that shooting- wen going
on in Poland. But I *new notliinu
of concentration camp victims."
Existentialism Will
Be Viewed Here
"Philosophy of Existentialism"
will be the subject of the opening
program of the new "Y" Forum
scheduled for Sunday evening. 8:30
p.m., in the Golden Key Room of
the new YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St
Guest speaker will he Prof Jer-
rit Schipper, of the Philosophy De-
partment of the University ot
Miami.
Fred Opes and George New-
man are chairman and co-chair-
man, respectively, of the YMHA
group, which will sponsor a series
of monthlv lecture discussions.
ilies "are as yet uncontradicted **
Under the Convention, all states
including the Soviet Unionwill
have to permit to all practitioners
of religion the iullest rights to
practice their beliefs, to conduct
schools for teaching their faith, to
organize national aid regional
groupings propa^atinu their faith,
to make available the dietary ar-
ticles needed by those religious
practitioners, to permit association
with like-minded religious groups
abroad, and to permit pilgrimages
to holy shrines abroad.
The entire Convention was con-
sidered by all members of the Sub-
commissionexcept the Soviet rep
resentativesas a historic mile
stone in United Nations affirma-
tion oi the rights oi all peopli
everywhere, including the Jews ii.
the USSR, to enjoy fullest relig-
ious rights.
Tropical Chapter, American Medical Center,
Lillian Steiner Cancer Workshop Sewing Com-
mittee, meets every Monday from 10 a.m. un-
til 3 p.m. at Miami Beach Community Cen-
ter. The qroup supports the hospi'il at Den-
ver. The center is non-sectarian and there is
no charqe for patients. In the past year, more
then 60 residents of South Florida have been
heated at the Center. Top row (lef* to righl me
Bea Sheff, Rose Moak, Isabel Wei:iheiq, Mae
Richman, Roslyn Zerlin, chairman, Belle
Bloomfield, Netty Caip, Roce Gluckman, Bess
Wolper. Bottom row (!eft to right1 are Clat
Anders, Sari Fhrenfold, Ruby Hop; .
Reisfield. and Ann Linn.