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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vo-_.Tie 38 — Number 9 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 26, 1965 Three Sections — Price 20< Erhard Defends Arms Assist to Israel LAVON AfFAIR CENTER OF STRUGG1E Mapai Gives Nod \ To Eshkol in Row With B G Forces \ ii i: \ u \\ [V — (.1 i \ %  The an nvention of the Mapai part) led Premier I. e v i Eshkol I former Premier Dai %  i i nn on ili'' Lavon al i itl ei issues this v eek. pos al en loi sing Eshkol's retrial i'.' p.'it.' put asidi i iver a new inquiry into the stances <>i a 1951 security i when Pinhas Lavo i as %  Minister w as approved in ballot by BO percent i I he other -to pet cent ol th< deletes, supporters ol Ben-Guri e beaten on a proposal that tin nvention identify itself in ic with Ben-Gurion's defor a new probe ol the 13.i4 disi ler in which Ben-Gurion forci Lavon out of the ministry By similar margins, the convention approved a proposal for Mapai to resume efforts for a limited labor alignment with Acbdut Avodah. The effect of the voting was to back Eshkol's formula that the question of a new investigation of the Lavon Affair be left to the discretion of Mapai representatives in the Government. More than 90 per cent of the 2,226 delegates cast votes. E h ko 1 expressed s.iti-' with the voting, and Ben-Guri n •• %  hailed the 10 p< cent minoritj \ote as "a moi al s %  <> : he Prem .< r said "il is the end oi i itter >n the probe. VOWS HE WAS NEVER ACTIVE ed that the I'N agency performing this task must effect economies, especially by "long-needed rectification'* of its relief rolls. The American pledge and statement were made here by Ambassador Francis T P. Plimpton, at the UN'S annual pledging conference, convened in the General Assembly hall to raise funds for financing the United Nations Relief and Works Agency lor Palestine Refugees. Nearly $34,000,000 was pledged in cash, goods and services toward UNRWA's 1965 budget, totaling more than $36,000,000. In announcing Washington's pledge, Mr. Plimpton also told the UN that his Government plans on reducing its pledge by at least $1,000,000 next year. He said that, in any event. America's share of the 1965 I'NRWA payments would be no more than "0 percent of the amounts raised. He told the UN that Wash ington felt its Bhare of UNRWA contributions, which are made on Continued on Page 8-A Nazi-Hunter Admits SS Past Also Asserts Right To Stop Shipments; Blames Cairo Pressure U.S. WANTS TO HHP PAGt 8A BONN— (JTAt— Chancellor Laidwig Erhard strongly defended this week both Wesl Germany's arms aid to Israel, and the suspension i i I he la't shipments of those arm.-, in a spi ch in the Bundestag which o nted to a renev il ol the .', esl %  ptian cr %  ted thai current tenin the Middle Ea I bad devolopecl nol from Wesl German itary aid to Israel but from i ii Presi Ii nl Nassei invitation to Walter Ulbricht, Easl icrman Communist head of state, to \ isit Cairo. He said that "our relations with Israel and the Jewish world are overshadowed by Germany's Nazi past" and that "the Arabs did not show any understanding of our special step toward the Jewish people." He said flatly that Wast Germany did not have to iustify itf/Sj|fLto anybody for giving aid to Israel. Hitting back at his German critics, he said, that "all opposition leaders had known about the arms aid program."' The agreement was made in 1962 and the heads of all ihe Parliamentary groups were inW. Averell Harriman, new roving Ambassador ol President Johnson, will fly to Tel Aviv as the first in a series of four or five visits to capitals in the Near East, Southern Asia and Far East. formed. He said that many countries were sending arms to Israel Continued on Page 10 A State Dep't. Objects To Boycott of Bonn BONN — (JTAi — Dr. Erwin Sehuele, who said in Warsaw earlier this week that East German charg eiliat he had a Nazi past were "a pack of lies," admitted that he had joined the Nazi Party in 1937. However, the head of the Central Agency for the Uncovering of Nazi Crimes contended he had never been active in any Nazi group. Dr. Sehuele made the statement at a press conference in Stutgart. on I.is return from Warsaw where, at he invitation Ol the Polish Govern meat, he had sifted eapturd Nai documents for new evidence against Nazi war criminals. Dr. Sehuele said he h a d not | known about his party member -hip until a few days ago. He said lhat, as a student, he had joined the Storm Troopers "which I have never denied." He added that he had considered himself only an ap plicant tor Nazi Partj membership, further stating that, since he had not teen given a Nazi Party mem bership, he believed he had not iieen accepted. However, he added, he had received information from the Al lied Documents Center in Berlin, t where there are personal files on millions of party members, which convinced him he had been accepted. WASHINGTON tJTAl The State Department indicated this week it disapproved of "private boycotts" by American Jews in protest against recent West German polieies. Referring to reports that some American Jewish businessmen were canceling purchase orders for West German products and sen iees. in protest against the Bonn suspension of arms shipments to Israel. State Department spokesman Robert McCloskey issued a statement "As a matter of principle we do not favor private boycotts as a form of retaliation, and I would say that this policy would, apply no matter what the reason cf inspiration for such a boycott," he said. The protest campaign gained momentum when the head of a major apparel concern announced in New York that it would no longer buy goods in West Germany. It was the third such announcement this week. Michael Daroff. chairman and president of Botany Industries. comprising textile, clothing and retail enterpries. said he had ordered his buyers, about to leave for Europe, to remove West German companies from their lists. The orders with the German firms removed from the Botany lists, he noted, might have amounted to "a couple of hundred thousand dollars" during the coming year. Daroff. predicting that other major companies might join in the boycott, said that his firm was also Continued on Page 15-A MKHAIL DOffOFF Germany off fist



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Page 2-A It-nitf flcrktiaw Friday. February 26, 1965 technology must create new jobs, lot more jobless." • Old ase — "The ills and inlirm ticof old age.are not a fault. n>; i shame. But the Shame anfl th.> fault will be ours it we leave the .'IIICTIY in neglect." • Education — "We must makeducation, which has -become a ne cessitji for all. a reality for all." • Urban rebuilding — "We must rebuild our cities, revitalize our rural areas." • Leisure — "We must make wholesome leisure-time acthdt) and recreation available to all." • Natural resources — "The press iii population and industri il izatii n places even more emphasis on conservation." • Outer space 'We must ex plnre the unknowns ol outer space with a massive effort on our own part and in a cooperative efl • 1 with other nations." • Worm pea c a — 'The days ^whenpeace can ba UMJ as ju ,,„ ericr j>!o'pa'.'anWi word*'are The harsh conditions of a new Continued on Page S-A A GifT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN IWAEl r> > > DAY WORKERS f6 FARE N'OX TYPE WEIKIY MAIDS PS-flU?4T i KOT:i MEIP JULES FF4RLMAN. ASA Snio Mftfbr Amp**ieftn Soc-*/ M Ano'".v< • Vim. r %  .-w*.i and Milii'i H I '' R*> I ESTATES-CONDEMNATION— PARTITIONI 'NftNCING .*. REAL APPRAISALS T AT •n D*rle Since 1919 ; World leaders sh^wn c* the 1S65 international inaugural conference for S'ate of Israel Bonds are (left to right) Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Abba Ebon. Vico Pr-siH-.| Hr'-o-' H Humphrey, end Sir Isaac Wolfson, uuied British industrialist and humanitarian. Veep Talks at Bond Opener Nice President Hubert II. Humphrey declared Suiula> ni"'it that 1.50O.000 subaeribers to Israel Bonda have provided "th;> p nneet of Is rael with the tools to rebuild : homeland in peace ,\ n d un standing." adding thai "They bavi ed construct s i at lom flout i II. i ths ie \ met i< ition and the I radition ol I • eed, not i "n the possibilit> >'i buildii v hich men mi lit call Gr ut also on Ihe s i ial and el hical u dations on whit h that Soi mU! I rest In projection hit plan for the Crest Society, President Johnson has demonstrated his concern for the "social and eti.ical principals which are the core of our J-jdaeoChristian heritage." Humphrey i said. T h c Vice Presi lent addi • e t h a n 2,000 Jew isii lea let m the United States and Cans il the inaugural dinner for Ihe %  • %  el Bond drive where he ; %  Fn I inner I F ntainel i 1 close tl conference u hit h B i %  %  ol • i launchii % % %  Ie • this \ ir el i %  i idome t he Amei I Je. \ ii e President Humphrey van pi ioritj ;'• ns a S • iv.l rights — "We must < i %  %  i what hn> become a 'citizen •>vp ap' m this conntrj — the g i,i between th • Fconot \ %  rl i ol Ihe i oun tt • Aul i HALPERTS TROPHIES "largest In The Sevffr" I •£7.-'WJ.V?S -ff Pluques + Ribbons -fr Pins | -ff r.'.c.iuii -fcPewter •*Sarefl •£ Silver Bowling Trophies At Lowest Discount Prices • 4fh FiOC?, PAN AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 133 S.E. 3rd Avenue, Miami 33131, Ph 377-2353 : %  §p£?PSe cwtce 'Progressing *-ith Our Many Satisfied Customorr' COULTON BROS. ••.• %  %  %  •'..!/< % %  %  %  %  ay tOUi I ROVS Coral Way & S W 2/th Ave. 840 S W. 8th St PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CF'"fB Or THf J0UT La'0*st S^'*ct'On m tt\ %\ <, p. for M*-n irii .Vn'n-'' FREE PARK NG SPATE -*fci' CON6NirMT TO %  :. 728 LINCOLN ROAD tOn the M.'M) Phone JE 8 0749 Of'.'li"' r> .. r • AQ CONTACT LENSES YOUR E&COtvte TAX J. E. MARQUA CO Fede'al Tax Consulla-tr. Since 1933 BOOK EF"' HO ind T •• .X -F.RV CB • n yr. Same Lot ,.i 14560 N.W. 27lh ftve., O^n-Locko, Flo. iMlorte 631 7051 <&aad funeral ...is more than a dignified and fitting farewell: it comforts the family. Riverside directors give their personal attention to each detail...making arrangements...easing burdens. Here, in Florida's most beautiful chapels-all with un passed, modem Cwilities—thoroughly experienced men ana women of Integrity, reliability and understanding t-n^nr*a litur personal service at a cost no greater than ordinary service. Moreover.Riverside Chapels...conveniHttl.vltK.ati ^ in Coral Cables. Miami Beach and North Daile County... serve all fifty states. That is why so many families ask Riverside to take charge jn times of stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc, FUNERAL DIHECTOBS Miami Beach: 1230 Normandy Drive • 19th and All in Road JE 1-1151 Miami: Dooglu Road al 8.W. 17th Street Highland North Miami Beach: 16660N.E. 19th Avenue • VI7-i9l



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Friday. February 26. 1965 Mnisti flcrudiaan Page 3-A < John Serbin Receives Annual Bosworth f ^emerial Award at Lunchon Here RtLAltD CM STORItS PACt 6-4 Iff ALSO SIC. B X \ Serbin, president of Serl,,.-. has been seioted to rethc ins' annual Harold B. ni:l; Memorial Award at the i, rcantile Division Combined Jew. i \npeal Luncheon taking place his Thursday at the Dupont Plaza |Ot< I William S. Ruben, chairman of ii < %  .V ard Selection Committee. n co-chairman of the division with Joseph K. Brooks, announced Serbia's selection for the award, honoring the philanthropic. communal, and retailing industry -hip of the late executive ,-jce president and managing di, • ur "i Jordan Marsh. Serving on the Selection Committee along with the chairman, were Harry Mizrach, chairman of f h e Apparel Division; Morris Rabinowitz, chairman of the Jewelry Group; A. J. Alexander, honorary chairman of the Furniture Division, and Marvin Bransdorf, chairman of the Shoe Group. ction of Serbin. a past gen campaign chairman of comleui-h Appeal, a past presi. • %  ii MH Westview Country Club, nan of the Heart Association, r -i\ years co-chairman of the 'onierence of Christians was hailed h\ members communitv and by members retailing industry. .' tion ul the award was bj Rol erl Mac hi. pre? ol i irdan Marsh outstanding leadership and to the community and to i.iilii istrj bj Serbin bj Bosv orth Commit v\ i lia n %  R •• i -• %  or numhei if lea lei s in BETH DIN OFFICE TltOR H STMN "ie mereanrMe field, and the choice of Mr. Serbin from among a number Ol communal a n d industry leaders was a well merited one." he said Dr. Irving Lehrman, CJA chairman and guest speaker at the Mercantile luncheon, said he was "extrarraly proud that Serbin, who is chairman of Residents for the 196S Combined Jewish Appeal, has been chosen for the Award." Creator Miami Jewish Federation ("resident Sidney Lcfcourt noted that the honoree "provided many important services to the community, as well as to Combined Jewish Appeal." A member of the board of Welfare Planning Council and of United Fund, he is a past president of Temple Beth Sholom. He has served as chairman of the Temple's Build mg Fund, and as chairman of thHeart Association A graduate of Duquesne Law School and a former practicing at torney before entering the field of manufacturing, Serbin is the spon sor Ol the Serbin Women's Coil Tournament, an annual event with .ul proceeds going to charity. Greater Miami Labor Zionists Gather Mar. 7 for Combined Jewish Appeal Rally IE l-l OAO 5?4.r97l RAT PROOFING A Specialty fIUA rtJT CONTROL rot THE HOME AND BUSINtSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. F 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE") Non Profit — Mon Sectarian MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 HE. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A A DIVISIOM OP wiekiecm TITLE First annual Greater Miami con. ference of the Labor Zioni-t movement, "a call tg duty on behalf ol Israel" by the F.rhand Labor Zionists. Poale Zion, and Pioneer Women, will he held on Sunday, Mar. 7, it was announced by Joseph P. Zuckerman. Southern regional representative of the Farband and chairman of the conference. The event at the DeLido Hotel will begin with a 10 a.m. session, include luncheon, and a program to rally Labor Zionist support for the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal and and the United Jewish Appeal. Among those who will speak are Judge Irving Cypen, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi Leen Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, IMS CJA campaign chairman. Zuckerman, Mrs. Milton Green, president of Pioneer Women. Dr. Nathaniel Sorofl. associate chair •nan, and a committee of leaders of all three groups are working with Zev Baumuold. national Labor Zionist dirt cor of the United Jewish Appeal, in planning the coneience. A statement issued Jointly by Zuckerman and Arthur s Rosi eban. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation said that "the Labor Zionist move ment in Florida has grown to be an influential power in support of Israel and the combined Jewish Appeal, and its membership ha; proven to be the vanguard of encouraging the work of both CJA and the United Jewish Appeal They called upon members ol the abor Zionist movement to attend this first important conference. "This is a time for all ardent supporters of the Labor Zionists to oe counted and remembered as a pillar for upholding the Jewish heritage of Tzedakah," they stated. Members of the committee 111 addition to Dr. Isaac I'ntcrman. hon.lary chairman. Zuckerman. 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Page 4-A Jenlstinrrkfltr Friday. February 26. ; : -;5 %  ^n.. r.iKi uriiiMii iiinwBM'iuuniinu "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish Kloii.li;n does not guarantee th* Kanhrutb of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. Published everv Friday since 1927 hy The Jewish Florldlam at 120 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. Tha Jewish Floridian has abtoroed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. or English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area .._ Ona Year $5 00 Three Yeara $12.00 Out Of Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 9 Friday. February 26, 1965 24 Adar 5725 We Must Get Off The Nasser Tightrope For years, the United States has •walked the 'ightrope of Middle East diplomacy. Now it is time for our government to get off. The choice is still with us. In the matter of arms to Israel, with the exception of 'he sale of Hawk missiles during the Kennedy Administration, the U.S. has Dreferred to "permit" other members of the Western alliance to be the supplier. Until recently, France has largely helped Israel toward the maintenance of a reasonable balance of power with a variety of jet fighters and other military eguipment. When reports of the S80 million arms agreement between Israel and West Germany broke in the news, it swept us all with disbelief.Once substantiated, the reports guickly shifted, and now the Bonn Government has called the whole thing off. West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's bluster before Parliament would be amusing if it were not so serious. In effect, Erhard said that his country has the right to sell arms to anybody, particularly Israel, without apology. He also said that his country has the right to cut off the sale. Perhaps, again, he meant without apologv, but he did not say so. What he did say was that Gamal Abdel Nasser is to blame for the whole thing. We spoke about the danger of submission to political blackmail in these columns last week. Today, there is another significant issue involved in the now apparently defunct Bonn-Jerusalem agreement. How long can the United States expect other nations to do what it alone must do in the Middle East — to get off the tightrope, in effect also to guit knuckling under to Nasser's blackmail? National ORT Day Bureau Of Jewish Education The Bureau of Jewish Education will dedicate its new guarters at 940 Lincoln Road Mall on Sunday. (See Page 1-C). The Bureau's move from its building on NW 3rd Ave., Miami, was necessitated by a Florida State Road Board directive to vacate. Now, the Bureau must make do with what may be even less commodious facilities than at its former si'e. Nevertheless, the agency shortly looks forward to a guarter of a century of service in the cause of Jewish education. Apart from coordinating the curricula of religious schools throughout the area, the Bureau engages in a wide varie'y of activities dedica'ed to the perpetuation of our ancient heritage and tradition. Among others, the Bureau sponsors its regular "Living Hebrew" telecast, operates a College of Jewish Studies in four locations throughout Greater Miami, offers assistance to teachers through forums and seminars, publishes pedagogic bulletins helpful in the instruction proces-s, is planning an accreditation program for all Jewish schools to go into effect next September, and carries on a Board of License gualification screening process for employing personnel. Apart from these many valuable activities, the Bureau operates an adult education program. All of these are geared toward the dissemination of Jewish values and tradition in our community on every level, from nursery and kindergarten through college level. The dedication of the Bureau of Jewish Education's new quarters Sunday will afford Greater Miamians an opportunity to see at first-hand the central source of the Bureau's extensive operation, as well as to examine its unique library of some 9,000 volumes of Judaica. Chapters of Women's American ORT here will join the national celebration of ORT Day next Wednesday. Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training is a program for rebuilding lives through vocational education. ORT believes that men are best aided by being helped to become independent, self-supporting and selfrespecting. ORT thus operates in 22 countries on five continents. In 1963, for example, ORT students enrolled in 600 training uni's: some 12,300 in Europe, 18,900 in Israel, and 4,500 in North Africa. There are also ORT schools in New York, South America, South Africa and India. By the end of the current year, ORT anticipates, an enrollment of some 45.000 students. Basically, ORT takes the deprived and 'he oppressed and gives them the technical ability to earn for themselves. Those who, for example, have seen the magnificent Syngalowski ORT School outside of Tel Aviv will not easily forget ORT's humanitarian endeavor. Greater Miami chapters, in joining ORT Day on Wednesday, are spelling out their de•ermination never to forget what a helping hand can do for those who want to make a new life for themselves boxed on their own efforts. Passing Of Felix Frankfurter We note with sadness the passing of Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter at the age of 82. The son of an Austrian rabbi, Justice Frankfurter came to the United States at the age of 12. Without a knowledge of the language, he rose to become one of the most influential professors at Harvard University, and in 1939 was appointed by President Roosevelt to the high court. During his tenure, Justice Frankfurter was among those instrumental in shaping the direction of FDR's New Deal. Although in the final days of his tenure on the bench he became known for his more "judicious" and conservative views. Justice Frankfurter will go down in history as a man who paved the way toward what President Johnson today calls the Great Society. It was men like Justice Frankfurter who envisioned these United States as a nation where government has more than a passing interest in the welfare of its citizens. It was his opinions that helped nudge the vision toward a truer reality. during the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN BW'tin %  :ar.i:,j COR MALCOLM X. lea. r of the Afro-American : o n he formed after splittin the Black Muslims, the ens have come home u. This was his appraisal h „ assassination of P r e s i • ,,, John F Kennedy in N ber. 1963. when he clear! .,,..' gested that the maryred President had paid witn hi. li/e for failing to do mre „ the field of civil rights. On Sunday. Malcolm X also paid witt hi life, but for a far different reason. Whatever the Negro le evaluation of Mr. Kennedy, the untruth of it will always spc itself. Malcolm X. on the other hand, died by violence becalm preached violence. It was Malcolm X who declared: 'If you show me a non-\ enl Negro. I'll show you a Negro whose reflexes don't work, one wh< psychiatric care." This kind of absurdity was the measure man caught in the cross-fire of the hatred he placed upon a i as the salvation of his race. His recent travels in the Middle and the alliances he presumably made there, indicated the pi live nature of his political view above and beyond the religion iation he espoused. Supposedly an Islamic sect, the Black Muslim Temple of is not recognized by official Islamic bodies. In April. I9i before the break between Elijah Muhammad and Malco Temple was denounced by Dr. Said Ramadan, secret a r> ol Muslim Congress Muhammad preaches a belief in Allah, who is portrayi I Supreme Black Man among the Blacks." The white man — personification of evil, is a slave master whose rule will ei da the •fffl. the while Christianit) is attacked as a religious tool for the ei of the blacks. ANTI-SEMITIC AND ANTI-CHRISTIAN AT AGE NINETEEN, Malcolm X found himself convicted ol larceny in Massachusetts. He served seven years in prisi was dining this time that he learned of Elijah Muhammad. 1 inspired and converted. In May. 1963. in an interview in I Magazine, Malcolm X declared: 'In 1946. I was sentenced Cambridge, Mass.. as a common thief who had never passi eighth grade. And the next time I went back to Cambridge March. 1961. as a guest speaker at the Harvard Law School 1 His "sense of humor' was even more sharply delineated a Negro audience in Los Angeles on June 3. 1962. shortlv afti plane crash which took the lives of 130 persons. 120 of them inent citizens of Atlanta. Ga, Combining his religious fervoi his hatred for the white man generally. Malcolm X declare "I would like to announce a very beautiful thing that ha pened ... I got a wire from God today,'" a remark that elici huge burst of laughter, whereupon he added: ". well son: came and told me that He really had answered our pravcrs in Fi He dropped an airplane out of the sky with over 120 white | in it We will continue to pray, and we do hope that ever another plane falls out of the sky We call on our God — He rid of 120 of them at one whop The quote is attributed to Malcolm X by Eric Lincoln, writi. the New Smith'' of January, 1963. and it is certainly • reason for the man who combined his anti white attitude with anti-Sen. a prejudice natural to any philosophy also anti-Christian. Hi the presumably pagan Adolf Hitler attack the .lews because the) the roots of Christianity? In anj case, then can be little doubt' the feeling of Malcolm x toward Judaism, TIES TO FANATIC WHITt RACISTS y^GAIN IN THE May, 1963 issue of "Playboy." the then Black lint declared: "Make ., true observation about the Jewan do. -n t pat him on the back, then he uses his grip on the mass I to label you an anti-Semite The Jew is always anxious to the black man But the Jew that's advising the Negro joii NAACP, CORE, the Urban League and others. With mo tions. the Jew gains control, then he sends the black man dot this wading in, boring-in, even burying-in — everything but No. when there's something worth owning, the Jews got it In June. 1963, in a television program m Washington, he evi n further: "A lot of Jews have a guilty conscience when yo lion exploitation because they realize thai thej control 90 the businesses in every Negro communitj from the Atlantic • Pacific and that they gel more benefit from the Negro pun power than the Negro does or than any segment ol the whiti muiiity does, so they have a guilt complex on this Continued the psychiatrically-oriented Malcolm X: "Whet mention exploitation of Negroes, most Jews think thai you'n ing about them, and in older to hide what they are guilty Of accuse you of being anti-Semitic.'' Then, defending the cont) the Black Muslims with George Lincoln Rockwells American Party, he said When these Jews come up in your face, tryii get you to cry for them over what happened to them, you tell you don't have any tears left. You shed too many tears for own kind.'' Indeed, as far gack as February. 1962. the Muslims show. ticular sensitivity to the views of fanatic white racists. At a Mu convention in Chicago. American Nazi Party leader Rockwell lol Muslims: "Elijah Muhammad is the Adolf Hitler of the black Elijah Muhammad is a leader trying to do what I am I to do." II in the in %  %  • %  '' %  i %  azi %  >ur %  im the man -ing 7ME CHICKENS INDEED HOME TO ROOST THE APRIL, 1962 issue of "Muhammad Speaks" set the seal ipproval on the address in Chicago: "Mr. Rockwell has well ... He endorsed the stand for self that you and I are t • Why should not you applaud?" The variety of logic employed by Malcolm X was wide. II dered on this kind of absurdity: "Jews used violence against Nazis, but these same Jews who will condone violence on their part i someone whom they consider to be an enemy, will join Negro izations and tell Negroes to be non-violent." All of this does not suggest that the demise of Malcolm X go either unmourned or unnoticed because he was an anti S It does indicate the inevitable: that the violence he preached ultimately boomeranged. Perhaps the greatest lesson to be learned in the slaying Sunday was the one offered by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. who, painfully recalling the Kennedy death, declared in A hat "our society is still sick enough to express dissent with m "should cause our society is still sick enough This vicious assassination." he said. 4S Continued on Page 15 A



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Fric-y. February 26, 1965 vJenisti fhridicin Page 5-A Bond Drive Opens With $100 Million Continued from Page 2-A i:,. ; ,) constructive action, not lip service." T-e inaugural dinner witnessed the Dresentation to Vice President Hu-phrey of the Human Freedor, award, consisting of a mittel' on mounted on a stone which wai Drought from the ancient fortre of Masada in Israel. Masada WJ; the last Jewish fortress to (a' -o the Roman invaders of Palest.-e in 73 C.E. The award cited the Vice President "whose life has been a consecrated example of oevotion to human freedom as tW bedrock of our democracy anc its mission of equality, liber*, and justice for all." A: the '• den' :aham Feinberg, president ol rael Bond Organization, who ited the award to Vice PrcsiHumphrey, stressed the sigol the defense of Masada ol the historic symbols ol sacrifice for liberty." He re thai .'i Masada 900 Jews, uh< ere the last holdouts against nquering Romans, committed 'prefering to die in freeather than to live as slaves .in captivity [ sa a c Wolfson, outstanding in • i industrialist, financier and nitarian, was the guesl of honor the Inaugural Dinner. I nting to the advances made v it! the aid Ol Israel Bonds. Sir i-.,. emphasized that "economic in.ii ndence for Israel is no longer a r< ote dream. It is an objective u i h c a n b e, realisticall) ed As evidence ol its progress, he cited the fact that Isra inow extending aid and teel ical cooperation to fifty coun. trii in Africa. Asia and Latin An • ica. • i-ael's Deputy Prime Minister At:,. Eban, another leading partic oant, outlined h i s country's pli' for economic development, stressing the role of Israel Bonds in helping Israel "achieve a decisive breakthrough toward indcsTialiiation." Tfci initial subscription of a recur, mount of $24,700,000 in State of Isr..-1 Bonds, the largest sum to be obtained for the opening phase of the campaign, was announced by Sar el Rothberg, national campaigs chairman of Israel Bond Organization. R Ihberg hailed the results acl ved in the initial weeks of the driv< emphasizing that the amount o| Israel Bonds sold reflected a "resounding affirmation of our parl lership with the people of Isia in the creation of a free and ecoi inically strong Jewish homelane. ael Bond funds are of a decis significance in the country' I pro| ami of economic developni'"and immigrant absorption." Mr Rothberg said. "They provide fun for the development of agrinilre. the establishment of agriiiii -al settlements, the expansioi if irrigation projects, the de\e, : rnent of industry, the exploitation of natural resources, and conduction of housing. Israel Bonds are the key to the effective development of the Negev and the Central Galilee, the areas which must now be built Up if Israel is lo maintain its economic stability and find homes for its new citizens." A self-made giant in the business world. Sir Isaac Wolfson, who is a native of Glasgow, Scotland, built up a commercial enterprise girdling the globe, with more than 2,500 retail and mail order establishments, which have an annual turnover of more than one billion dollars. Sir Isaac was honored for being in the forefront of activity in behalf ol the State of Israel. He con structed the world religious center in Jerusalem known as Hechal Shlomo, and has undertaken to build 50 synagogues in other parts of Israel. In addition to being one of the leading supporters of the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth, Israel, he has also become deeply involved in a variety <;f Israeli business enterprises He is an outstanding personality in religious, communal and philanthropic activities, serving as President of the United Synagogue ol Great Britain, and heading a family foundation which has contributed mnre than S20.000.000 to health, education and youth activities. In recognition of his many philanthropies, he was made a Baronet by Queen Elizabeth two years ago. A deeply religious man. Sir Isaac declared that solid economic Inundations for Israel were essential not only for its own survival but for "the spiritual survival" of the Jewish people throughout the world. In this connection the British financier said: "Regardless of the power of tradition and history, regardless of the great emotional and spiritual appeal of the ancient homeland, Israel could not exist as an entity, as a nation restored to its ancestral soil, without the basic elements of a growing economy." Sir Isaac quoted the late Winston Churchill, who in 1949 characterized the establishment of the State of Israel as "an event in world history to be viewed in the perspective, not of a generation or a century, but in the perspective of one-thousand, two-thousand or even three thousand years." "Israel needs us for her survival We need Israel no less for our survival." Sir Isaac declared. A plaque bearing a silver breastplate made in Israel for the Torah, was presented to Sir Isaac by Ira Guilden. national chairman of the Israel Bond Organization. The in BCription on the plaque in part: "Presented to Sir Isaac Wolfson, Baronet. Inspired by a deep devotion to the hallowed traditions of Judaism, he has become a great benefactor of his country, the Jew. ish people and the State of Israel." Abba Eban, Deputy Prime Minister of Israel, told the large audience that his country had been encour aged by "the strong reaction of world opinion i n recent weeks against Arab attempts to impose their anti-Israel policy on other governments." This was an obvious reference Continued on Page 13-A 7T HEARING AIDS WHILE YOU WAIT f.H.r 1., m, d MaMt Imperial Hearing Aid Ci. •4NE.2r.dAve. 377-1022 TMS TRADES Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone it 1-3595 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH toco/ Camp Representative lot well est. Pocono Mt. Camps I Yr) (All Boys, All Girls, Co Ed Single or married, excellent opportunity. Uncle Hughie 538-8796 The aged Mrs. Stern could have been a lonely homeless woman. / She isn't! Because John Serbin, Lou Harris, R.Williams Apte and Samuel Pollock cared! Do you? That's right. Somebody took notice of Mrs. Stern's problem. It was only one problem out of hundreds of thousands, but still she was a human being with a problem, and to her, it was terribly important. These men understood her problem. They paused for a moment in their lives, and Mrs. Stern was given new hope and the community through Combined Jewish Appeal is given renewed inspiration. People with problems like Mrs. Stern are part of C J A *s continuing efforts to provide help all over the world. People like Joseph J. Fleder, Max Weitz, A. J. Molasky, William Bornstein, William Agranove,. Byron J. Topol, George Sogg and Ellis Amdur know that C J A cannot provide that help unless their maximum effort is joined by your willingness to help. Your help can keep a smile on the face of a once lonely, aged woman. Mr. and Mrs. Miami & Miami Beach They cared! Do you? Your help made a difference to 442, 000 people last year 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal 1317 Biscayne Boulevard/ Miami, Florida/ FR 3-0411



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Page 6-A Icwlati Fkrktiar Friday. February 26. \%i Dentists to Honor Dr. Goldstein Dr Marvin Goldstota, of Atlanta past international president 01 I .•a Omega Denial Fraternity, will bo honored by the Dental Di vision di Combined Jewish Appeal en Monday evening, Mar. 8. al the Standard Club, Dupont Plata Hotel, it was announced by Dr. Elliot Gordon, chairman of the di \ i-i' Co-chairn the division plan inn: the 1965 i.iA campaign and the evening in honor of Dr. Goldstein are Drs. Carl M Baumann. George A Graham, Morton Rosen bluth and Gerald I. Wernick. Dr. Goldstone hos just completed his term of office as president of the Alpha Omega, com prising almost 15,000 dentist throughout the world. He previously served as regent for several years of the Southeastern area and national editor of the Alpha Omega Dental Journal for three years. Dr. Goldstein has lectured throughout the I'nited States. Canada Mexico. Fiance. England and Israel. Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Sels Combined Jewish Appeal Sabbath dynamically, nor can its v, ix tdeajualeajv perfbri each oi its mom hers p l.incc with hia capi DW. IHAKVIN C01DSUIN "We arc privileged to have an outstanding member of the dental profession as our guest. Dr. Goldstein not only has served our profession well, but has been a leader in the Atlanta community and in local national and international philanthropy." Dr Gordon declared, Hias Chief Will Be Specker Here .lames P. Rice, executive director ol the United HIAS Service, will be special guesl at the Food and Allied Trades Division Luncheon on Thursday. Mar ;;. at Gallagher's Restaurant, it was announced bj Herman Siein and Jack stem. Food Group co-chairmen The annual industry luncheon will be hosted by Joseph /. Lipsky ot Gallagher's, HIAS Mas helped resettle thousands ol Cuban Jewish families her; and relocate hundred* of additional Ci. ban Jewish families in Cities throughout the United States Rice was recently honored by President Johnson with an appointment to a special White House Ccmmittee studying the vital legislation necessary to change American immigration laws. Jerry Blank is serving as isse. Late campaign chairman of the overall Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, as well as chairman oi the Pood Division, j' %  -. n i~ •<•' %  mfl as viee Ihi i od Di\ ision ibinical Association I Great,. Miami has issued a picelama tion designating tins Friday night ; nd Saturdaj as "Combined Jewish Appeal Sabbath." Proclamation ol the CJA Sab Beach National Staff Promoted Fanofficers and Iwo staff mem bers Ol the Miami Beach Firs! National Bank have been promoted to new positions at the bank, it was announced this week by the bund Of directors. William C. Spitzer. former assistant vice president, has been been elected viee president John H Test, former trust officer, has been named vice president in charge of estate planning. New as sistant vice presidents are Miss Jiuse N naryman and Anthuny A Noboa. Both formerly served a s assistant cashiers NYuly-elected ollicers of the hank are Mrs Emma Holt, assist ant cashier, a n d Miss Rozelle Whitehead. assistant trust officer. iAIACS >. RICE TALMUDK SmiHAR OF THE AIR "Daf Hashovua" For the 11th Consecutive Year ft'iami Jewry will have the opportunity of learning a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Rabbi Pinchas M. leitz Scholar and famous Authority on the lalmui Rabbi of Elizabeth and Dean of Mesifta of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM c 9.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 130 P.M. to 2 P.M. fefe & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL •VI i b *v.allo**d by rrt* clock' L -g dc %  > In a sot# of shock 7 co's mto the seas. RIa* your tell a m.d the r. Big gom fishing all doy long. 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Friday. February 26. 1965 *knisl rtrrldinn Page 7-A Mapai Backs Eshkol Against Gurion Continued frm Po 1-A had emerged 'flrengar ar.u united lS ith no feeling "1 fanaticism, no feeling of delcat lor any of the groups." \ few haws after ,1,e convention ended, Ben Curious supporters came to his home sinking and chanting, "He's a jolly good fellow." The former Premier, who urns already in bed, came to the window t" wave at his greeters. Whether he "as satisfied with the convention judgement was not inv nediately known. He had said repeatedly at the convention, and before the convention, th.it he would continue his fight for -truth and us ice" and for R judicial investigation 'l the Lavon case even if he were expelled Irom the party The delegates adopted a wide •anging group uf resolutions. One ailed "" the Soviet Union to ree Dgnizc the justice of the historic desires of Russian Jewry, to allow purification of .tewih families torn part in the Hitler holocaust, to give full equality to Russian .lews as individuals and as a cultural group, and i" permit cultural, religious and spiritual contacts between Sovi. Jews and world Jewrs Ths delegates also called for ncreased aliyah and preparation for it by intensifying preparation jf Jewish youth in other countries •o settle in Israel. Integration of nmigrantl and expansion of education also were urged. solution, the deli' i denounced Wesl German) 's to Egyptian "blackll in of arms %  to i srael and ex| ressed in11 if. ulsion "\ er Bonn .....'-. ,entirely incomthe moral obligation that rests on a Germany which gaeks to liberate itself from its bloodstained past." The voting was precceded b> gome of the sharpest debate ever heard at a Mapai gathering with Bcn-Curion the target of some re sounding charges. On o n e occasion he became so infuriated that he walked out of the convention hall. His supporters walked out of a steering committee meeting when the committee gave majority approval to proposals embodying Fshkol's proposals to put aside the abrasive Lavon controversy. Ben-Gurion made a 90-minute speech, demanding a new judicial inquiry into the Lavon case and that the party repudiate the findings of a seven-member Ministerial committee wMetl had cleared Lavon of responsibility for the orders leading to the security disaster. F.shkol and Mrs Golda Meir. the Foreign Minister, both had been members of that committee. Ben-Gurion was challenged in bitter terms by Mrs. Meir, Moshe Sharett, who had been Premier A Progressive Cu-;U INVITES YOU... You're ptob MCwsta-..->/*-£ *rjf*rf ivtrim >. aUTHORIZlD OEAKI YNITH HEARING AIDS $S0 to $285 Service AM Mokes STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road li n Ml Tii/-Tridft— TrijliTfrni PHONE JE S-7V* MIAMI BEACH 1104 Lincoln Rd. Ph. JE 1-3812 SURFSIDE 9473 Hardinq /•. Ph. UN 6 6171 pier re CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 9473 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE HABERDASHERY 41 st Year on Mimmi Seech in 1954, Mrs. Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. widew of Israel's second president, and other Mapai stalwarts. Mrs. Meir hit hardest at the former Premier. She asked why he had not res^ned when the Commitlee of Seven was named and why he later formed a Cabinet with members of the committee. She also charged thai Ben-Gurion ; '.i I given his blessing to a report to him bj Eshkol <>i (he plan for a Ministerial probe of the l!>">4 disaster. When Ben-Gurion called oul %  h.-it the findings of the committee wrr* "falsities." -he retorted, "I \otcd for the findings and they do net need an\ kind ol whitewashim." Premier Kshkol told the opening sis-ion that relations between Israel and the United States were now "stronger than ever." He said he hoped that "the wide agreement" between the two countries "ii essential problems, such as wa. lit and desalination, would continue. He also said that Israel maintained a close watch on United stales intentions to help the cause of peace in the Middle Fast "in conned ion with the Arabs' search for arms and the action ot the Arab countries which have established a combined command in oraer to attack Israel." lie warned Lebanon IO refrain fiom diverting sources in I ha' country of ihe Jordan River in line with "the negative, nationalistic notion of 'neither you nor me'." The Lebanese plans would waste the waters rather than let Israel '.:\ access lo them. If it happened. he added, "we will defend our slate and our waters with all our might." Mr. Eshkol predicted that, by the end of this decade, Israel will have a population of 3,000,000. In spite of the shortage of water resources, he said, more settlements will be established in the Gal'lee region and elsewhere. Industrial developments, he said, will absorb 70,000 new workers before the end of the 60s. Pointing to the need for the growth of the country's educational s> stem — especially in high schools and in all branches of sciences ami technology — Mr. Eshkol predicted the development of "scientific kibluitzim." These, he said, will be composed of scientists and technicians aiding industry. Freud is Subject Of UM Prof. At Beth Sholom Prof. James T 'ledeschi Jr., department of Psychology, University ol Miami, will discuss the life of Sigmund Freud as it relates to the book. "Six Who Changed the World." by l)r Henry E. Kagan. on Monday, .1 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Lecture is part ot a scries based on the Kagan book being given by ihe Adult Education Department ol Temple Beth Sholom, chaired !•> Mrs. Irving r). Kaplan. Fr m 8 to 0 p.m. courses in Hebrew and modern Jewish history i e given by members of the Beth Sholom faculty and Rabbi Sanforri Seltzer, Director. 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Page 8-A +Jeristi itcrldiain Friday. February 26. 13S5 U.S. Wants to Help Bonn in Mid East BONN—(JTA)—The United Stales Ambassador to West Germany conferred here with Foreign Minister Gerhard Schrw-dcr and "expressed American willingness to assist Germany" toward settling its current Middle East crisis. State Secretary Kail-Gunther von Hase. spokesman for the Government, announced. Mr. von Hase refused to provide further details about the conference between the Washington envoy and Dr. Schroeder. He also said he had no information about reports that further mediation efforts between West Germany and Egypt are now being undertaken by a Spanish diplomat. It was Spain that arranged the agreement between Bonn and Cairo nearly two weeks ago for Germany's cessation of arms shipments to Israel. Asserting that he had "the impression" that "in Israel, further understanding has developed rei cently," Mr. von Hase said that 'it is now Israel's turn to act." I Chancellor Ludw ; /j Erhard had sent a letter to Israel's Prime Minister Levi Eshlcol, dealing with the imbroglio that develop' ; ed after Bonn agreed to halt its arms deliveries to Israel under pressure from Egypt. So far, there has been no announcement from either side about an answer from Mr. Eshkol Replying to a question ;it his press conference about whether Egypt is trying to exert further pressures against Germany, Mr. von Hase said: "It is obvious that all sides want to provoke the German Government, but this will have no success.'' He repeated assertions made last week lo the effect that the opposition Social Democratic Party had been con suited by the Government about Bonn's military aid agreement with Israel. The Government, he said, acted in "accordance with the Social Democratic Party." (In Jerusalem. Foreign Ministry officials failed to confirm reports that the West German Government was sending an emissary to Israel to seek a way out of the current Bonn-Jerusalem crisis over the suspension of arms shipments to Israel from West Germany. A Ministry spokesman said that no notification to this effect had been received from Bonn and that, in any event, further talks could only be based on the fulfillment of Bonn's undertaking.) Der Spiegel, of Hamburg, pubJJCK SOOTHING RQJ. for hours tfRE ACHING MUSCLES minor pains of ^1*1*1$ RHEUN? V V UNl-MIST ON I PA IN AWtf l^eiNG NfCtS^ '**"*' Vj^A.Uf .' ( ncotiditionally Guaranteed! AHV M,NnnAVMOND COKI'ORXTION // Drug Counters i.i rrvuhpre We Give $24 Million To UNRWA Continued from Page 1-A a voluntary basis, has been "'unduly high." Since the agency began in 1950. the U.S. has consistently contributed 70 percent of the total budgets, giving this UN operation a total of about a half billion dollars. UNRWA aids more than 1.200.000 Arabs. The issue of 'clarification'" of the relief rolls, swollen with the names of many thousands rf refugees known to be dead, as well as with many other rationholders known t be ineligible has been a tough one for years. Laurence Michelmore, the American heed of UNRWA, promised last fall to submit a special report to this year's Assembly, deal ng with "rectification." However, due to the fact that this year's Assembly had been prevented from debating any issue, this report has not yet been filed. Among other pledg a announced were one of S5.400.000 by Britain. Sl.200.000 by Canada. $500,000 by Wot Germany, and nearly $300,ouii by France. The 13 Arab members of the United Nations pledged together a total of about S500.000 which, they said, they will give to UNRWA m "goods and services." SPECIALIZING IN PERSONAL INCOME TAX FOR PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEN f~B"F~i C~* 1 "|1 *^| HI 903 CONGRESS BLDG. J.ROSES %  "-on.: 37W816 lished twin interviews with Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres and Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser. Mr. Peres said that, due to the fact that "enormous" quantities of Soviet arms have been sent to Egypt, "the Americans, French and British ought to help redress the balance of arms in the Middle East, and supply Israel with weapons." "Germany," he stated, 'should have done so in the first place." The question of Israel's security. he declared, is more important than the issue of diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel. Asked by Der Spiegel about reports emanating from Cairo to the effect that Israel employs German scientists. Mr. Peres denied that those German scientists in Israel work for military purposes, "Generally," he said, "they work at the Welzmann Institute of Science, and only on scientific projects. without any military significance In Egypt, On the other hand, the German scientists have very little !,p I'O with science, and very much with warlike armaments Tiie Israeli official conlirmed reports that there had been contacts about German aid to Israel, even prior to the meeting held in March, 1960, in New York, between the then Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. He did not saythat such an agreement was concluded at that time. Asked whether the remainder of the arms Bonn had committed itself to provide Israel woui; sent to Israel now, as char by Egyptian sources, Mr. P. replied he hoped this agreewould be fulfilled. On the ject of whether there have further negotiations bet,Conn and Jerusalem aboucontinuation of aid to Israe replied: "Yes, in principle • have taken place." But h; c lined to elaborate furthe,cause he "could not talk inconclusive things." in his interview, Col -aid lhat the "only' reason vited Communist Easl Gen Chief ei state. Walter Ulbrii a visit was "because of tin given to Israel by Bonn as ent." He hinted there was sibility that his government recognize the East German I if Germany halted its eco aid to Egypt after tin t visit. t 3ed res nt ijb*n *n 'he he i ks sese:jt -r ini •jld ..me Tiic :ht One good Seacoast Towers deserves another! Elegance. Luxury. Impeccable good talte. Every feature and convenience for gracious oceanfroot firing,..at surprisingly moderate rentals. Beautiful sequel to Seacoast Towers North, most popular Miami Beach rental apartment building of the decade. 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Friday. February 26. 1965 +J€nisti ncrSdUan Page 9-A ^Frankfurter Passes at 82 Sy Special Report • uniNCTON— Retired Supreme I lice Felix Frankfurter G rge Washington UniII rp ital at the age of 82 day. itjve-born Austrian, ho first lice as a liberal in the ,,.,.. ,,, the most devoted : ol Sacco ;imi Vanz tti. orked diligently in the t„ shape the legislation of : \ cw Deal. As a Harvard law professor ,,!id respected consultant in Washington, Frankfurter extend. c d a jocd deal of influence on the Roosevelt Administration. In 1939, President Roosevelt appointed Frankfurter to the Supreme Court to fill the seat vaca• ,, bj another distinguished Jew|,:i jurist. Benjamin Cardoso. In ays, when Fascism was risEurope, a bold, extremist right-wing i" the United States denounced the Frankfurter appointment. President Roosevelt was criticized lor "packing" the court, with particular emphasis on the fact that Frankfurter was a "radical Jew." But Roosevelt is reported to have said that "no Jew ever let nic down." ervalives mourned his departure from the court us fervently as they denounced bis appointment, for Frankfurter found himself toward the end of his tenure increasingly arguing for "judicial restraint" against the broader, liberal interpretations ol the law. (.i the occasion of his retirement, President Kenned) describ ed his devotion to the court as "•service (during which i the direction of the law has been channeled by many important decisions which he rendered." He was succeeded by Justice Arthur Goldberg, then serving in the Kennedy cabinet as Secretar) of Labor. The son of an Austrian rabbi, he sailed to the U.S. at the age cf 12, unable to speak a word of English He worked his way through Harvard and taught there for a quarter of a century. Private services were held Wed' lesday. Chief Justice Earl War ren, members ol the Supreme Court and their wives attended the rites at 3 p.m. No Waiting For Adoption More infants are now available In adoption at .Jewish Family and Children's Service, according to an announcement Wednesday b Leon Fisher, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedei a tion agency. "Applications are now being processed without a waiting pi r iod," Fisher declared. Further information is available at JFCS. 35 NE 17th St.. Miami President of the agency is Mrs, Burton 15. Goldstein, mix fKANKfUmtK While the Zionism of the late Louis Dembitz Brandeis was well-known and documented. Frankfurter's role was more) restrained but not less sincere. One of the deepest impressions that Ellahu Elath, the first Ambassador from Israel to the U.S., carried home was the personal friendship he enjoyed with Frankfurter. On his retirement in 1962, conBEGINNING WITH PURIM Music Festival To be Observed By Special Report NEW YORK — The 21st annual 1 c Festival, to be observed ughoul the country from Mar. 1-. (I'u rim) to Apr. 21 (the end of J'as-over) under the sponsorship Ll the National Jewish Welfare Jewish Music Council. Will have as its theme "The Renaisncc "i Jewish Music in America: [The Life and Work of A. W. Bin Dr Binder, music director ol the %  iM Y\l Y'.VHA and of the St linn s Wise Free Synagogue. — i i Jewish music at Hebrew Union CollegeJewish i • lute ol Religion and Hebrew t lion School of Sacred Music i irkiiis h i s Tuth birthday this In hi ll 'i ol Dr Binder and his i in:; itions to Jewish Music, tin i c Council has pub raphj entitled "A. W HiLife and w >rk," edit I b> Irene Heskes, The biogvi:ii.i bibliography ol Dr Binder's music, compiled by Lews' Appleton as a program resource i r Jewish Music Festival. 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Page 10-A ^Jmisiifhrtdtar Friday, February 26 1965 Will In Viet Nam By MAX LERNER i Erhard Defends Arms Aid to Israel Continued from Page 1-A and that West Germany military aid 'was concluded in agreement \v>th our Allies." He denounced Egypt, declaring that whoever made any agreement w.th I'lbricht was West Germany's •nemy and that the proposed visit to Cairo was "a hostile action." He stated categorically that all West rciinan economic aid to Egypt could be stepped if I'lbricht visit d Cai.o as scheduled. He contended that West German compared to the •huge supplies' given to the Arabs by the Soviet countries. He denounced the "blackmail" of the Arab countries. Frili Erler, leader of the opposition Social Democrats, denied that his party had been informed about the Israel arms aid and he lashed out at former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer for his recent statement that if he were now Chancellor there would be diplomatic relations with Israel. Erler asked why Adenauer had. not taken that step when he was Chai*cellor. Erler .••aid many countries had diplomatic relation.with both Israel and the Arab Mat -. and time DO r< to • %  i... >* esl i ii rmanj all ne should not find the possibil it_\ oi 11 lations with I th the ,i and fsr tel Stre ii \ t'; i millions <•< Jews 1M i h n n sacred bj the Gi rn m ing Id ", II, he said ; ..' % %  must be model n <•• r < to ,> d a si ;i p ii; ol those .' %  B I %  .. %  sur vived Foi mer t hancellor d luei a rneetii OJ i U icra, %  ii; Parliament that emi Faced for a long time by the question of whether America should or should not extend the Vietnam war to North Vietnam by bombing its bases, President .lohnsin has evidently decided to extend it — yet not to. If this sounds like swallowing both horns of a dilemma, or like having your cake vet eating it too. or any of the other cliches about hard decisions. I can't help it. For it is as good a description as one i can offer of the President's order for a limited rather than an all-out strike at North Vietnam. One thing is clear: it won't satisfy either those who have been urging an extension of the war nor those who have been urginu a pullout of the American presence. But that doesn't make much difference either. President Johnson is not there to satisfy any segment of American opinion, but to bring to bear whatever expertise and wisdom he and his associates can muster. In this case it strikes me that the President has made a pretty good decision, given his alternatives. He waited until there was another episode, like the attack on Bienhoa at the end of October, which was primarily directed at American manpower and equipment, rather than at the South Vietnamese. When this came, with the attacks at Pleiku and elsewhere, he called together the Security Council and gave the word. True. America had not responded to Bienhoa, where so many America*-Utiano were lost, hut that only showed American patience. The I'leiku attack brought the situation back to the American response last summer in the Bay of Tonkin, which was so effective and led to no extension oi the war. Johnson decided to follow the pattern again There has been some speculation about why the Vietcong timed their attack on t I Americans ami their installation: when thej • whether the North Vietnamese were involved m tlie decision, On the latter question one can •" %  !% g %  at the Adm si io;i kadei —who answer Ves" on itmaj have a bettor inform) i the resl ot us. i in the i oi timing there seems little doubt that the pre*em, 'i i Bund] is clcsei to the President on militar; and i" .• :i polii ." %  '• else, had a good deal to do with i; dai ing thi g to seize th< up tin' helplessness oi thi c world ami iis %  pap t tiger" quality—these ar : i %  • and %  -•' %  '*>ical ire oi the Asian Commui .-ISecret •) Mc> i Set n iry Ball i. said that America had no alternatives except to respi nd to thi cl t I will. ... i hat les Mohi does it me that the Pleiku at • not an especially lat e or one, tl it was not an %  that it was not much different in pattern from the resl ol the war and that the real reason for the American casualtii •v.ithe unwillingness of the V'i lamese to do their intelligence ioi> or their job as senti u These are valid comments. 15iit thej ignore the jica elements — the linkage with the earlier Bienhoa incident, the facl Iha' the Pleiku attack was primarily at the Americans, the presence of Bundy (and perhaps Kosygin?). the long wait of the American government for a valid episode to which to make its decisiveness ol n oi so felt The fact that the American air -trike at Don Ho dees not solve the war problem does not mean that it was not useful. There will be many Americans who will ask why the air strike was so limited, why the Administration seems determined only to trade 1 blow for blow, rather than going all the way and risking a sustained attack on the North Vietnam bases. I don't agree with them. It is part of President Johnson's courage that it is always cemented with prudence Twelve hours alter the attacks on the Americans, America answered, hut it answered in so limited a way that the burden ol extending the war—if it does get extended—w ill resl with the North Victnamc-e But the question persists still: will Johnson succeed m his effort at a limited response? Will America get away with it. in trying both to answer with force and at the same lime not extend the war" Pies ident Johnson must have been acting both on American intelligence (which has been wrong at times in the past) and on his own political judgment. My guess is the Administration is counting on Soviet in tluence as against Chinese influence at Hanoi. The fact that Premiei Kosygin was at Hanoi when the American strike took place may prove a restraining factor on the Vietcong Yet—such is the uncertainty of political analysis—it might also put the Soviets in the position where they would have to support Hanoi in an extension of the war. in order to prove their militancy as revolutionaries. •* As a marginal note to history, it is worth noting that for the first time in a non-nuclear situation, on a relatively minor military move. the American leadership has brought into the open the question of political will. I am glad that President Johnson has spoken in those terms. The fact is that every impel taut decision is a question of put tin.; on the line not just men ami equipment but the political will of leaders and people. It is well foi us to know It. ed in 1962 when he was Chancel lor "owing to th" mediation o! friendly nations." presumably a reference to the United States. 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February 26, 1965 Jewisii fhrkttM) Paqe 11-A iJding tegffess ported loard meeting this week of |li Floi ida Division, Amen {,.. ; the Hebrew I nijack s Popick, president li\ ision, presented a report, L iii;record <>f accompon behall ol the new Mi lumanities Building, anhenl ol a Woman of the flinch for fhe Women's I)iLIHI projected plans for tu I j\ ities bitment ot Dr. J. A Greenas chairman of the Family nu'iit Program was an\,\ in Popick. According to k R Bauman, national presithe American Friends, who il the meeting, "the endowprogram it a wholly new un|im which will insure a perscholarship fund at the He. imersity in .Jerusalem in |th endowment programs at >ading American universiGreenhouse has long ben ssted in scholarships and | recently created a fund will provide scholarship In perpetuity to worthy stoin the Dental School of the ftw University. explaining the over-all plan the Hebrew University, SeyFishman, national executive esidenl ol t h e American announced thai Greater will have three represents e forthcoming Hoard ol meeting on the Jerusa. it the university. lint! the evenl along with i %  ntatives ol more than 30 es of the world u ill be Pop nted to Ihe Boat d ol Go\ • .A the sessions last spring, 'I 'ruil\ Hamerschlag and R ibin M ho ha\ e resignaled Ame ii %  • Ti Dr. Drosd Tells Of Hope Ship Dr. Itudplph E Drosd, who has 11 nil ihe Hope ship -i Africa, was leaia^i way m Guinea, Wes lured spanker al a special gathering ol ihe medical and nurs stalls and employees ol Mount Si lai Hospital on Wednesdaj evening in Igeuis E Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital, The .famous hospital ship, i h e en > one of its kind in the woi ,s nil its fourth annual teaching voyage demonstrating modern medical techniques in underdevel oped countries Every two m nths :>"> medical and surgical specialists lly to the Hope Ship to join a permanent hospital staff of 85 nurses, technicians and administrative personnel who operate a complete floating teachingmedical center Hi Drosd de-en;.' d his i s MI rtewl) independent i. 'in ,. •where an upsurge ol natii alism mixed with a real ircity of trained personnel made for a lion whi c h presented the Hone project w i t h its greatest i hallenge to date, Dr. Drosd said thai Guinea was %  •full of complex medical problem mch ..parasites, tropical diseas e.-. 50 per cent infant mortality, malnutrition, leprosy and a host ol uncontrolled diseases, a n d that. everyone seemed to havfj severe stomach ulcers." lie said that "this is not a disi .-< %  ol recent civilization, hut has been present in the bush and jungle for hundreds of years."' 2 Signing an agreement to establish Mount Zion Gardens at Lakeside Memorial Park for ''ie Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue are (left to right) Robert B. Greenberger. vice president of Lakeside; Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader ol Jacob C. Cohen Community Syncgoque; and Jacob C. Cohen, founder and preiident of the synagogue. Rabbi Narot in Review Temple Israel Sisterhood held it third and final "The Sound of Books" o n Tuesday morning i n Wolfson Auditorium Dr. Joseph I! Narol reviewed Harry Roth's oook. "Call it Sleep Workmen's Circle Plans Functions \v irkmen's Cir< Ie Branch 692 will hold it regular meeting on Thursa>. Mar i. l p.m., at 25 Washingion Ave The branch is making plans for its ann lal Purim dinner lo be held Mai 21 al 25 Washing ton A' %  !':• •••elwill I e to the !. i. P c r e I i Workmc Circle M i in Great i Miami. S< ,ii m chairman ol the Office Com announces mbership drive to -'art in Mar h Each branch has set a quota ol ..i least 30 new members rj di legate i,. the ention i Idayl o4m;c( a 'df.tcjucaG ^ItoGdoJ^casiuc... ftowda RIGHT ON THE | Private Beach graced with trees and the light enrol [tropical seas ... a large, modern iming Pool, with poolside food and ge service .. 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Announcement of the section was made this week by the Jacob C Cohen Communit) Synagogue, Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of he -' n.i <'. ue, and Lakeside Memorial Park Mount Zion Gardens will be lo ated within the premises ol Lake side Memorial. Rabbi Stern exp'ained here that "after examining the existing facilities for Orthodox burial grounds in the Greater Miami area, I was convinced that the Orthodox Jewish community is lacking in modern and well-kept facilities Without sparing expense and effort. Lakeside Memorial P,?rk was selected, with the park establishing this new section." %  have bi h > mountain in tl iel and iIhe burial David Rabbi Sti "the new i en i t< rj w ill ha' e unique featun s II c h .i to .lew ish martyrs and facilities to estab lis.li tombstones in memorj ol un know n J< n ish mi rtyrs w ith rela lives in our ty "Spieial famil> sections a n d strict Sabbath-observing sections v ill be featured at no extra COM.'' he added. 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Page 12-A +Jcnisf> ncrkfian Friday, February 26, 1955 Mtk [ 9 ions & ervices J Ills LAJeehend AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi ls.-i.ic Ever. • AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. • ANSHK EMES. 2633 SW 1th Ave. Conservative • BEfH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipson: PrlnW* -:. •!" nn.l fc:l5 p.m Kermon: 11••!. \-. ii Baa Mltivah Robin, i-. ifltttt'-t of Mr. Rinl Mr-. Murray %  iky. Saturday '.' a.m. Sermon: "How Murh tuv a Synagogue?" Car Mltvvah: Zachary Abbot, sun 'f Mr. ind Mm bnmuel Bhavln. Junior choir will participate In Bervtcea. IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Frltlai ii p.m, Baturday 8:80 a.m. Combined Jewlah Appeal Sabbath, Sermon: "Federated ReaponalbllllleB." Mlncha 6:45 p.m. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. I" p MI. Baturday B : %  m s.-i i bunting Hands. a BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Mcdern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. %  >' R:l5 i" n> Sermon: "A I'.i-at '< ir. :. < .\l .ilnl Mre. .I.i. h SI hoiH Hi. 'in •_• Shabbal in honor .birthday. Saturday v;~. a in Siihbnth HI Shi kolim s. i MI. .ii -I., i • \ Mli -|. eMSMSMssfiinsiiiissvisssnssHBMsswvvsnssMiHSeiwsMnsit CANDLELIGMING TIME 24 Adar — 6:01 p.m. ii.". ;—'-' r LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Kiiii.i> 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Thou Shalt Nol PVar." Ones Shabbal anonaoreO by Mr. ami MiSam Uoldbera i" celebrate their wedding a,nnl verwary: Berry Cleln will celebrate hla birthday: Mr*, kfalvlna Rownberg will mark hei birthday. Baturda} 8:30 a. MI. Mlncha "..:'. p.m. FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. ReToi m. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. R.ibbi Richard Marcovit*. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. da ( i' MI i Combined Jewlah v,".il Sabbath. Berinon: "Yours foi Hi. Afklns." Ones. Shabbat hoated by Vi-i.t hood Saturdnj B I.", a.ra • ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. seer*, tary. e — BETH TFILAH. 035 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky. • ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservitive. Rabbi Max Lip schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenoaum. i -i.i 1.". |. in Sermon: 'What IK Vour S.-lf Image?" Ban Mltavah: Wendy, daughter % %  < Mr. and MiArthur Waldorf. Baturday 8:4.' Bat Mltsvah Andrew, son "f Mr. mil MrRolomnn Handier. MlnCh i ~:4r> p.m. SVNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. i day R:1B pin. Bermon: "The My*tlque of the Jewlah Woman." Baa Mitzvah: Marlene, daughter ,,f Mr and Jlr-. Raymond Softell. s.-iturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Portion <•( the Week." Mlncha S:30 p.m. • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1519 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rahbi Alexander S. Gross. i rnl.i> .".:". [i ni s • i.i \ 'i .1 in Mlncha IS i' in • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Canter Yehudah Heilbraun. SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. I"iiila\ 5:311 an.I 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Be Thai Blxfcer Man Saturday <::'." a.in. Bin Mltavah: Alan, .-"ii of Mr. ami Mr* siil'i, > I:*/.; in. Harry, son -r Mr. ami Mis. Richard Haaaman Mlncha 5:30 p in. • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Friday .".:.!:i and S:30 pm. Forum on "Combined Jewlah Appeal, N la and v'ai-i.-' Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Who Cai Bi i 'ounted Mlncha :.:ir. p.m -• — j? ft irrjh jars p-. .mh jars p*i ni'Pt^ mw I;? & .-.a;? a; v\ B*. jonf ".ajjn ?JJ_' a: Tritf'aa v\ tr. rfs: M^Tr.^n ty ^a .•fie t5j?o B*g"iv uriJK .ninn DJHV ISWH na^n^g Vffi B'tjjn' B'-^i'B/B .najj ]ara nffl \er% AS 1 ? n^ntf na *:%•, Jljlfl K5H Bl'nf "13^ ^BflK .-:5 : ? •; ai'n ,'r*?; !rtDnM r.v? r r."ay '"'^h* H^*H '??.=•'" =?' JWTHT Trikrjrt ng future l^ ii not so? wc have e aie beginning YOlK DICTIONARY FOR TODAY to do lo live rnvS ,talkin| iplural) lime presenl tcn>e past tense yesterday I leamc.l I woiked D"13T3 lav Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. | Cantor Maurice Neu. Piidaj 5 !"• and 8:15 p.m. Combined Jewlah Appeal Sabbath Sermon: %  TinAn "I Sharing i.the Art "f ] Mvlns;." Saturday S:4B a.m Sermon "UlvlnR nf One'a Self." Bar Mltsvah Steven, aon "f Mr. and Mra .inn Kot%  en. Mineha •'• p.m. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi | nun Herbert Baumgard. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday B p.m, Sermon: "Can We Have Brotherhood without Convention?" Dtacufwlon win follow. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Car Mltsvah: Henry Seiden, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. I'Yiilay R:15 p.m. Pulpll ftueat, Rabbi laeorge i ebermun, Central synaKogue of N'ansau County, N.Y Toplo: "The Sin nf Silence." Saturday 10:45 a.m. Har Mltrvnh: I'harle' S., % % %  n ..i Mr. janil Mrs. I*'i ,-il 1.,'vin,-: Evan Joe, aon of Mr.Pal Lealli and Harry Lealle e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. I Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "l>oea Bro, therhood Imply SameneHa?" Slater!l I iil hnai the Onea Shabbat. Sati mil. ii '.'.::" a.m. Junior Consreaatlon • I TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwaid. Friday 3:30 and 8:15 p.m. (lueal xpi aki r, Cbnrad Allaln Saturday : %  a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Pi Iday s I • p.m Pulpit nuest, l ii Al. rail, .in .1 Heachel, prnfeaMor of Jewlah Rthlea and Myatielam al the I • \\ i h Theolosrlcal Seminary ,,f Am, i |i .• Sa \ in da \ '.< a in. Se "The We< kly Portion of the Rlbl< Hni Mltsvah: Jeffrey, aon "t Mi anil Mr* I'd ni.Kramer. A memorial door will h< dedicated i" the bite Jacob .| .111,1 Servicen rledlcateil to Combined Jewlah Appeal • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. • TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. Krl-lav 8:13 p.m. I'ulpii %  -•n.-i. Rabbi Jay Kaufman, vice president, l'nl*n of American Hebrew Consreirntlon Tuple: "KIT Every Generation there ia Destiny." Ones; Shabbal will honor Rabbi Kaufman Saturday 11 a.m. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday vl.l p.m. Sermon: 'What is Slice.-s Saturday '.• a.m. Sermon: "The Portion ..f the Law" Bar Mltsvah: Harlev aon of Mr. and Mrs. Sbrmund I'..riant. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Zeldman Friday 8:30 p.m Sermon: "An infinity ,.f Mirn H-" Baturday n 15 a.m. Ilnr Mltsvah: Michael, aon ..i Mi and Mra. II. ri.ert Hlrach. — • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Friday v I". p.m. Rabbi l.,.w\ will review "Kahlii .in.i M.ni-t.i" hj Curl Hermann V'orai • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. I Friday vi". pin Pulpll smest, Cantor Abraham Friedman, formerly ,.f Park Avenue Synagogue, NY His aon, l>r. Nathan I-rle,lman. temple vice prosi| dent, and Mra Friedman will host the tneg Shnhliat in honor ol theli weildlng annivei aary. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dicksen. Friday 7:46 p.m. [family service Berinon: "Lecture on involution of IJBW." Baturdaj :4". a.m. bfermon: ""Our First President, Oeorge Washington." ):.n Mltsvah: Mark, aon nf Mr. ami MrESpbraim Cohen, TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. — — m — YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171st St I Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday t a.m s, r mon "The I'm pose "f the Shekel SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYAKHEL The people bring a profusion of gifts for the tabernacle until they are told to cease. "And they came, both men and women, as many as were willing.hearted. and brought ... all jewels of gold" (Exod, 33 22 VAYAKHEL — Moses gathered the people together and in stmcted them in the holiness of the Sabbath. He also Instructed them in how to build the Tabernacle and its vessels. Bezalel and Oholiab headed the skilled craftsmen working on the Tabernacle, The people gave liberally toward the sanctuary — so liberally, in fact, that it was necessary to ask them to stop. Once again, the details of the Tabernacle and its vessels are given, al the end of this portion. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and bated upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. WollmarvTsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Is Bar-Bas Mitzvah Truly a Social Event? By RABBI MORRIS A. Temple Judea KIPPER How can we deemphasize the social aspects of Bar and Bas Mitzvah? To emphasize the social aspects of the Bar/Bas Mitzvah is the most normal, average attitude that we can expect in the Amen can Jewish community. When one looks upon our community and sees the social aspect emphasised in every other area of Jewish life, why should it not be in liar Mitzvah. as well'/ Parent s who plan the "big event" around the Bar Mitzvah are only following the pattern that has been well established. Worship and study are onlyincidental to our modern way of life for many JewH. Leaders are, for the most part, honored not for their involvement in Judaism, but for their contributions. Jewish education is very low on the list of our financial priorities, while we increasingly become "Bonded" to RABBI RIPPfR Israel, once again emphasiz social. The best of talents will lend their efforts to the social and til aspects of our communitv schools and synagogues begging for energetic, coneir people to convey the pi n lies and teachings of Judaic Realistically! then, tew ar< cerned about deemphasizing he social aspect of Bar/Ba\l Add to the lack of concern at thi mood as set by our Jewisl munity, the almost total i spiritual and moral influences ml the modern Jewish home. appears more normal to en phasize the social aspect than not The best that many parentwill do is "farm out" their children tn, the synagogue, which in lur teaches observances that will hard ly be seen in many homes Tinchildren are urged to worship while the parents set the exam pi i that prayer is strictly "far dKinder." Seldom do we affirm that know how to live is more Import .nit than knowing how to make living. To answer the question the The social aspect of Bar/D ; Mitzvah will be decmphasi/when the value system of .leu". alters. Until then, for the family thai desires to deemphasize. the answei is simple: deemphasize. Dr. Arzt Will Speak Here on Sunday Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor ol the Jewish Theological Seminary Of America, will be final speaker in this year's Breakfast Forum Series of Temple Bmanu-El on Sundav morning,. 10:15 a.m.. in the. 8 '" and contemporary meaning North Branch the High Holy Day liturgy, has re Auditorium on ceived wide recognition. 7 7th St. and ah — The Five Books of Moses, has already been published. Dr. Arzt is contributing editor ol "Judaism." and his latest boos "Justice and Mercy," on the ori '• %  ':%  > .. i HI mi i... j TJiij page it prepared :>i co> operatu n with the I Miami / I Association. Cooi-ilniuti" n/ features upfifurin ; hert i. DR MAX LIPSCHI 1 / ipfn'tual l:-...'c of 'jh ition of Nonli Miami .HI i Dickens Ave. Now in its third year, the Breakfast Forum Series this year is on the theme •The Challeng-! Off. ARZT es Confronting! American Jewry". The series, di. rected by Dr. Irving Lehrman, the congregation's spiritual leader, opened on Sunday Feb. 14, with Dr. Robert Gordis speaking on the subject "Assimilation." On Feb. 21st, Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum discussed "Intermarriage." Dr. Arzt's theme will be "Spiritual Alienation." Dr. Arzt serves as Israel Goldstein Professor of Practical Theology on the faculty of the Rabbinical School of the Seminary. He is a member of the Translation Committee which is preparing a completely revised English translation of the Holy Scriptures under the auspices of the Jewish Publication Society of America. The first volume, "The TorSamuel J Halperin is chairman of the Forum Series. Serving with him are Mrs. Leonard Abramson Judge Frederick Barad, Mrs Max Boderman. Mrs. George Goldberg. Abe Green. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Morris Lapidus. Dr. Herman K Mechlowitz. Mrs. Charles Rosen Matt, Oscar Rosenstranch. Irving Schalzman. Nathan Schwartz Mr and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Mil ton Sirkin, and Michael Taines Serving as hostesses arc Mrs Harry Brick. Mrs. Irving Fir tel, Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs Anna Ha ger. Mrs. Sylvia Kttrland. and Mrs Use Lederberger Suns/iine 'Country Fair' Sunshine Chapter. B'nai Women, isponsoring a "counto fair" mi Tuesday, Mar 9, start inc al in a.m.. at Washington I Auditorium. 167th St. and N Ave. Chairing the affair, o the public, is Mr Dorothy i President ol the group Is Mrs ence Bernstein.



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Friday. February 26, 1965 +Jewish ncridliain Page 13-A OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Leviton Of Ft. Lauderdale Habbi Richard II. Leviton was burn in South Bend, Ind. He is a raduate of the University of In[iiana, with a BA degree in Government. He attended and graduated from the Hebrew Union Coljtge in Cincinnati in 1956, from k\ hich he received a Master of Hebrew Letters degree and title of tabbi. Since ordination Rabbi Leviton lias served as assistant rabbi of Temple Sinai i n Oakland. Cal.; ]„l)hi Hi Temple Beth El, PargO p ; and presently serves as rab|l, : r e m p I e Emanu-El, Ft. [ dale He baa filled this post [, r the pasl four years. bi Leviton has served as f ol the Broward Board of h ;itirl is a member of the I il Conference of American Rabbis, serving on its Projects for Israel Committee. Rabbi Leviton has also served as National chap lain for the Sigma Alpha Mu college fraternity. He has written articles for the B'nai B'rith Monthly, the Octagon ian and several newspapers. Rabbi Leviton is married to the former Lenora Mae Epstein, ol Indianapolis, Ind. They have four children. Laurie 9; Danny 7: Amy 5; and Nancy 1. Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale is the only Jewish congregation in the city. It is affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the parent body of rolled in the Religious School, leform congregations, The presThere i> also an active mid-week ent sanctuary w a s dedicated in Hebrew program, 1939. There are some 300 family i President of Temple Emanii Kl members, with 225 children en it present i> Kenneth Burnstine. Women to Meet With the Rabbi "Brunch With the Rabbi" will be the feature of the adult education program. Temple Emanu-El Women's Institute of Jewish Studies, on Tuesday, 11 a.m. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is chairman Classes will meet for an informal session with Dr. Irving Lehrman for the third lecture-discussion on the subject. "Tools of Jewish Living." Beginners Hebrew, Congregational singing and conversational Hebrew begin at 10 a.m. Joint history classes are held on the second, third and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Temple Emanu-El adult education program includes a book review series, Sunday morning breakfast forum series, and home study circles. RABBI RICHARD 1EVIT0N Veep Talks at Bond Opener Continued from Page 5-A the action ol the West German iovi rnment in halting the shipLi ent HI arms to Israel as a result pf political pressure on the part of [he United Arab Republic. Mr. Eban Lid that the nations which lie outbide the Arab Israel conflict can decisive role "in the prevention ol war and the promotion of pi ace in our region." He observed that "it is not for other nations to tell these coonI tries who their enemies are or I how to choose their friends." lS|*§ IN TIMES %  "S? / OF SORROW M express what word* cannotl V\ E SEND M Ml'ATHY FLOWERS ANYWHERE txoticGoruW MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 635-5416 532-3361 CORAL GABLES 665-5423 HOLLYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE 922R201 564-0586 "'By maintaining a strict attitude of law and principle thej may well succeed in breaking the wall of hostility," the Israel statesman added. "The tensions in the Middle East can be saved from explosion in the measure that our neighbors understand the firmness ol our resolution and the declaration of other nations to reinforcement of peace and stability in our region." Mr. Eban declared. Discussing Israel's economic situation. Mr. Eban emphasized that Israel will have to intensify her economic and social program "in order to maintain her security and and carry out her mission in the developing world.'' To gain.this objective, he pointed out. Israel will require increased support through the Israel Bond campaign to finance a large-scale expansion of industry in the second hail of this decade A musical program was presented at the inaugural dinner by 60 members of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton ef its conductor, Dr. Fabien Sevitzky. Itzhak Perlman, noted young Israeli violin virtuoso, was the soloist. Tindelegates were welcomed in behalf of the Jewish community ol .Miami by Leonard Rosen, chairman ni the Greater Miami Commit tee for Israel Bonds The invoca tion was offered by Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, of Miami Beach, and the benediction y~yc-rdon jrutterctl r>Ar>**^r>***^**' WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783



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Page 14-A &f JtH/sli fhrMkui Friday. February 26, [3§5 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Memories of The Menorah Journal • EWISH STUDENTS in Amer %  ican universities know, of ourse. of the Hillel Foundations. •ut very few of them know of the lenorah movement, the lorerunpr of the Hillel Foundations, hich originated at Harvard L'niersity in 1906 and played a great cle in advancing Jewish culture i more than 80 colleges and universiucs in this country. Even fewer know of the Menorah Journal, the brilliant literary outgrowth of this movement which was started by Henry llurwitz in 1915 as a monthly magazine and existed till 1962, appearing in the last years only once or twice a year. It is no exaggeration to say that the Menorah Journal was the best Jewish and scholarly journal ever published in this country. It was a magazine of distinction devoted to the best expression in Jewish culture — essays, poetry, fiction, drama, philosophy, history, memoirs, art — and it left quite a mark in American Jewish cultural life An anthology containing some of the best material published in Menorah Journal during the years has now been published under the title. "The Menorah Treasury," by the Jewish Publication Society. Kd'ted by I.eo \V. Schwartz, the anthology is the first volume of the Menorah Treasury, eventually to consist of 10 to 12 volumes designed to present the h:gh level of thought and literary excellence which marked the work published in the Menorah Journal. In the first volume, one finds essays by Louis Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, Horace M Fallen. Israel Zangvvill, Morris Raphael Cohen, Salo Baron, Moses ind then \ %  short stories by Martin pr. Chaim Nachm; n B al k, Irving Finn. kleyer Levin. Maurice Samuel, Charles Resnikoff, Isaac Babel, Charles Angoff and others foreign Hews teller By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Eitani Case &• ilNA EITAI I 19*7 tor ha i yea i ill al .mini lei Army, % % %  lh pd for ronti lent and shi a member cil ol Upper Nazareth. In th1948 census, M ESitani was reco led .. ueing ol Jewish nationality, When the Citizenship Lav was adopted in 1062, she rece'v>d l r a |i itizensbip under the article granting automatic citizenship td immigrant Jews under the Law ol Return, in 1961. she applied lor and received a passport which was renewed early last year. Suddenly, last December. Mrs Kitani received a re quest from the Interior Ministry's Population Registry to hand in her passoprt. The notification stated that doubts had arisen regarding her status as a Jew and that hence her citizenship status had to be revised according to the law. It was disclosed that Mrs Eitani's mother was not Jewish and so. according to the Halacha. she was not Jewish and thus not eligible for citizenship under the IJW of Return. These are the facts of the 'Eitani Case." Were it not for the political feuding between the Na tional Religious Party and the Mapai in t'pner Nazareth, the whole case might have passed unnoticed. Indeed, at the beginning. Mrs. Eitani appeared to have been ready to be converted to Judaism and has submitted an application to the Tiberias Rabbinical Court She could Bave al-o applied for naturalization. However, the matter soon flared up into a full scale controversy that reached the Knesset floor; and as in •-o many other instances, the tension evoked obscured the relevant points of the issue. The Interior Ministry officials themselves admitted that the whole case was a regrettable one. They made if quite dear that Mrs. Eitani was not being accused of mak.nia deliberately false declaration when she staled thai she was Jewish. However, they pointed out that tlioy could not ignore the directives which state that the following persons shall be EegiStered as Jewish: a person born of a Jewish mother who professes, no other religion, or a person who has been converted to Judaism in accordance with the Jewish law. The case of Mrs Eitani. they said was not the first that had come up; there were Others like it, and they have all been settled quietly. 8s would have been this case were it not for the small mimled politicians." The whole issue, they said, was a "tempest in a teacup." Those up in arms against the Ministry's action argue that in the first place the Ministry directives were issued after Mrs. Eitani declared herself to be a Jew and hence the Law of Return — which does not express a clear opinion as to who is to be considered a Jew for the purpose of this law — was and should remain applicable to her Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Yiddish a Special Way of Life MfHILE GLOOMY prophets have been predicting the eailv de mise of Yiddish, of a sudden there is a sign of flowering instead. The oti-r da 1 a nroiec' "as allMiefMced for the compiling of an unabridged Yidd'sh dictionary, to take some fifteen years in the making under the editor^h-p ot Mr. Stutchkoff, author of the excellent "Treasury of Yiddish Speech On Broadway, there is the phenomenal success of Zero Mostel in the Sholem Aleichem musical. "The Fiddler on the Roof." Much of the interest in Yiddish is in circles which hitherto have had little to do with Yiddish. In the old days, there was an inferiority complex attached to Yiddish. Jews would even boast of their ignorance of Yiddish like the lady who said. "Why. do you know, before I met my husband. I never knew what a Sehlemicl was." Yiddish lacked status because it had not the hacking of an established national authority. But it had the strength of the common people. It was saturated with those qualities which we ascribe to Lincoln. Lincoln was an authority on the common people. He said Cod must have loved them, because He made so many of them. Sholem Aleichem said (I, must have not loved the poor people, because il H had. would He have made them poor The two ui contradictory, and yet I think Lincoln would ha\ appreciated Sholem Aleichem's print of view .,. vice versa. Yiddish is not only a language It is a was i life, a way of thinking about Cod and man. Tl Jew living under conditions of oppression had hionly friend in Cod, and God naturally became vet close to him. In Sholem Aleichem's play, Tc\j talks to Cod as familiarly as he does to his tell man. From Mr. Stutchkoft s "Treasury of Yiddis Speech." I get another illustration — ot the ma piaying to God and saving to Him. "God, if you he! me. all right, but if you won't, hub ich a sbwesti in America.' (If you wo i't help me. I bave | ijnti in America who will help.)" The Yiddish Jew believed in compassion. II responded to idealisms of all kinds. It was t! Yiddish Jews who laid the foundation of moder Israel. And they were universalists too. Yiddis was the first international language There is ably no part of the world where you will not find few Yiddish-speaking Jews. Dr. Zamcnhnff. Invei tor of the universal language. Esperanto, was Yiddish-speaking Jew and for a time thought of try ing to fashion Yiddish into the universal tongui As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Police Birchites are Cause for Trouble 11 > ol IS "V.fE BEUEVE THAT in a general %  w aj histors reoe ts Its %  F> r ans m tion ol eause m liar to an er combination ol causes, will lead i ili to a combination ol i suits I il similar to the one pro hiced %  T>m thi pen cf I ; Ro Hot. of i %  spokesman for the John B IV. e i %  .' i-, lo n in *< hat he 15 iv '> %  r the 1 mi nous e si it Mr Ri u • 1 %  tibliclv th; 1 ITol the John Bin h Socii tj nd sir.i Rot %  says, havi not the acceptam e of B %  1 n asing oumbei of 1 in in< sii 1 iber 0 Bii ch< 1 I ; '' i< bas ra< > into the ran on tarian po Ju to inji e National States Rights Parts Or will these ominous enterprises of subversion 1 un noticed, or even praised, while men and women who their hearts for the cause of enduring peace will be li. undid, questioned, and suspected By SAUL CARSON The Silver Lining at the UNatiom I'nitcd Nations THE SILVER LINING bas bap pened, Under the cloud befog ping the very existence of the nited Nations, due to the dis agreement on the financing of peacekeeping operations, tins IT'S General Assembly has been forced to act "In consensus"—or not at all. No votes were possible. lest a confrontation result be 1 ween th" and those power— including not only the Soviet Union but also France and others — who refuse to pay for operations like the United Nations Emergency Force, the cost of the Congo liasco and the Cyprus imbroglio As a result of this consensus routine, various actions taken by the Assembly, carried unanimously. It may be of interest to look at the official announcement of one of these actions as issued by the I'nited Nations Here it is. technical gobhlody guok and all: "Next came the item on the continuation ol the I niteil Nations Relief and Works Agency for Pales tine Refugees in the Near Fast (L'NRWA). "The present mandate of the agency, which began work in May. 1950. expires on June 30. 1965. The agency, whose operations are financed by voluntary contributions, provides relief, educatioi training and other services to Arab refugees Palestine now living il .Ionian, the Gaza Strip Leo anon and the Sv 1 Ian \r.•!> !!< public "The latest report ol UNRWA's CommissionerGeneral, Laurence MR'hellttOre, appeals 111 d ment A 5813 "A dratt resolution submitted by the president of the Assembly on 'his question (document A L 468i provides for extension ol UNRWA's mandal tor a further year, up to 30 June 1966, without pro udiie to exist in resolutions or to the positions ol thinterested parties "The draft was adopted without objection "The president said the pledging meet--. UNRWA would be held in the General Assembl; Hall." No further explanation is needed except to I er tion that, in another action by consensus. t'NRA was authorized to work during Ihe extended yea: along the same budget it ban had this year notit S30.000.00O. That "pledeing conference will bring in the money. The I nited States, as usual, is ex pected to ante up about 7(1 percent. So where in he stiver Using? it lies in the lact, due to the absence of debate and voting, the Arabs had no opportunity to cavil at Israel for weeks on end. And they were ready.



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February 26. 1965 -Jewish nrridictn Paqe 15-A x State Dep't. Objects To Boycott of Bonn Continued from Pg 1-A canceling plans to buy German made machines. The envoy said that he had touched on Jewish threats to boycott West Germany and that he fell that this was so far only a move by individuals. He also critspokesman Robert McCloskey .-aid that the Department "favored" the sale by Bonn of United States tanks and other arms to Israel and that the United States did not "concur" in the suspension of the arms shipment He also said the United States To: the annual banquet of Yeshiva -t Hpr-,. Pc b bi A. J. Sofra, Sam ReinVodaath on Mar. 7 at the Deauville Hohard. Louis Merwitzer, Harry Rosen quest of left to right) Rabbi Pinchas Briskman, honor, and Mil'on Kahn. general chairman p/eshfva Torah Vodaath Annual Dinner be Held Mar. 7 at the Deauville n .< i • bl h en i tin I M • I R \ I' : % %  >• : li Mrs !ia: v v Rosen, ol Ave., will be guests r at the ;'.• nual dinner gi\ -lm ath Torah Vodaath • iunday eveni e, ;i, ; the Deauville ,i foun ler ol the Hebrew Miami Beach, and is • for his acti\ e support I cati % %  in the United persons an ttend ihi fun( tion <"hair.~ai of the affair it Milton Xahn. Associate chairmen are Louis Merwifier and Herman Eisenberg. Co-chairmen are Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, Samuel Rinbard, Sam Kalb, Max Kaplan, Morris Fogel, Bernard A. Frank, Rev. Jacob D. Kati, Isidore Goldberg, Emil Moscowifz, Rev. I. Krantz, J. Miller. Phillip Weiss, Rabbi Harry Zaretsky, Jack and Louis Ciirent, and Rabbi A. J. Safra. HIM THE WEEK... US I SEE II •* .•!..-.) from P • A.\ 1 i n es that must I p N 51 what %  and ( ; r itians rit" \i';irt from Ins %  ution in blood I nent with leaders '""i-l Nasser was the it ol expediency and I the | litii il and %  %  •' inciples he presum used it was more than Ihe kind of malice toward which he was attracted bj his antili was D dealing with the devil's advocate tlud indeed .' I the chickens home to For him Sunday, 11 i %  i" Rabbi Pint ha' Brt*kman, director ol activities tor T rah Vodaath in Brooklyn, \ Y Theol %  -: cal Seminary h is be m me "one ol the world's mosl -' Is ol Jewish learnit Rabbi Briskman said that classi ranee from elementary to r iduat school levels The Yeshiva comprises i" en i 'Mldin %  • %  n v % %  • Y -rk a*" 1 suburbs from elementary through post-graduate level, a rabbinic division and teacherinstitute, libraries (it Judaic and Hebrew literature, and lamp Mesivta for summer vacations Annual budget is oxer SI million Torah Vodaath also maintaina Jui re earch center in Valley, N Y h e re ad' • h lar maj devot? ihemlo Jew ish I'll • % % % %  ".i n i % %  li • I id l fn m Cenlt I South \ i 'hrry Co/i?n Auxiliary • Pol %  • '•!: %  liar ''! -• 723 will hold ts first d r lunch eon at the Algiers Hotel on Wed | i lay nooi In charge of tickets ire Mrs Sadye Retnei and Mrs I'll-.,-, Kink. Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? N'nt it you're buying Canadian LordCalvert.You won't fitul the w ords"Bottled in Canada"on any ol our bottles. We're bringing our great Canadian whisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the L'.S.A. This w ay, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. ((Jood Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it. Just look for the important new Ginadian. In the handsome square bottle. .Without those extra words. Canadian Lord Calvert CANADIAN WHISKY-A BLEND. W I'ROOE.IMPORTED B^ CU\ ERT DISTILLERS CO.. NYC. Icized the Jewish War Veterans opposed Egypt's bid to East Get %  Ction ot assailing West German man Communist chiel ol state policies toward Israel in a fun page Walter ribncht and that the i m advertisement in the New York ted states would give "sympalimes. He called the criticism thetic consideration" to a request deeply unfair and unjust, to say from Bonn for use ol -cur u'ood :l "' e 8t offices" on Bonnbehall in the Previously, State Department Middle East situation Announcing... The Famous Sfricfty Kosher CARMEL BAKERY of 847 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida IS NOW UNDER THE SUPERVISE OF THE ONION OF ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA The Only One of Its Kind j In the Entire South. *** ************* ******* KNOWN FOR THE FINEST HUNGARIAN and CONTINENTAL BAKED GOODS ********* ************** FOR ORDERS Please Call JE 8-7592 it.*******-***-**-*-*.*.*.*.*.**.** WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! A 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company /. 1st St. •Miami Phone 379-7555



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Pag* 16-A *-Jf^istffk>rldiar Friday, February 26, lgjt' Noted Israeli Woman Lawyer Will Speak at U of M Mrs. Sbuiaamt Aloni. noted Israeli lawyer and radio commentator will speak before faculty and student groups at the University of Miami under a cultural interchange program sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and the United Jewish Appeal Mrs Alcni speaks first to a group of University of Miami fac ulty on Friday noon at Hillel House. 1100 Miller Dr.. Coral Gabit* On Sunday, at 11 am. Mrs. Aloni will make appearances before the Hillel Student Council at Brandeis Women Plan Book Tea Miami Beach Chapter. Branded University National Women's Com tr.ttee haplanned a book fund tea at the home of Mrs Albert • I -:p. 4445 Adam* Ave on FnMar 5. at 1 p.m Dorothy Krieger Fink will .. e a book reviev Reservations may be made with lamei Helei Ralph o and Donal'i Rubin SHUiAMIT AL0H1 Temple Sinai Study Course On Monday evening, the final i of the integrated Bible anil : : uilult.will bx conducted by Rabbi I M L • j i • temple Sinai ol S< rth Hillel House Her talk will feature •Israeli and Jew: Are The> the Same or Different Monday, Mar. I, Mrs. Aloni will speak to stwdonts in the department of religion at the University of Miami on the subject "1$ There Room for Conservative and Reform Judaism in Israel." MrAloni is a practicing attorney who broadcasts a radio program over the Israel radio network She specializes in cases concerning individuals seating redress under Israeli law. similar to the kind of work dene in the United States by legal aid societies and the American Civil Liberties Union. A -.raduate of the Hebrew I'mversit) Law School in 1956. Mrs. Aloni has lectured extensively to high school students on civics and political science and has published 150 articles and a half dozen books -, r mid thirtii e< ;.. ng sons Mrs. A 'ou: -' -I •-' > x At the installation of Rabbi Richard M. E. Marcovitz as spirit, ual leader of Beth Moshe Congregation are flei* to rights Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Rabbi Marcovitz, Dr. Max Arzt vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who was gue=t sneaker, and Merle Michaels, president of the congregation. Greetings were extended by Rabbi Mcx Lioschiu, cf Beth Torah: Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai Raphce'. and Rcbbi Allen Rutchik. director, Southeas* Region. Unit) Sync gcgue. Congregation greetings were offered Foos. vice president of Sisterhood; Harry Carm of the Men's Club: and Stanley Roienstrauch Leonard Kimball brought greet::. rmi MM 11 ^>v NTIRE ALL TIRES SALE PRICED WORLD'S OUGHT B.F.Good rich riti DfAlER 10 StOtES SEtVINC SOUTH flOHOA — SINCE 1 934 BRAND NEW FIRST QUALITY OLAN• IS LIMiTED S ALL SIZES •LACKWAll TUMTTPI 6OO1IS 750(14 650x15 6C0.13 670x15 SOOila710x15 600x16 760x15 650:16 WHITEWALl % % %  EUlinEiBBB *4 '2.(0 Ml V AH or.c%, oi. f*4 l ond o'l '• o" .•n %  NO MONEY DOWN FREE, FAST MOUNTING BUDGET TERMS ARRANGED! OPEN SUNDAY 1700 N.E. 163rd Street 5300 N.W. 27th Avenue B. F. Goodrich BATTERIES Fully Guaranteed 24 Months! PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION 95 as low as Complete Safety FRONT END JOB INCLUDES: 9 • Angring front end I L • Balancing (rent wheels • Adjusting camber ** • Adjusting caster • Adjusting tee-out • Adjustiag steering • Repacking front w-iieel bearings WE ALSO CHECK: Brakes Ball Joints Shock Absorbers Muffler Tail pipe *f conditioned jr J • VlO'k is 0on B. En.-" 31' ClfS *ii^t IT n %  < %  '• %  3 %  > %  1J Complete Safety BRAKE JOB 95 INCLUDES: Replacing iin.ng on ail 4 wheels Overhauling all wheel cylinders Turning all drums (if needed! Adjusting brakes Bleeding brake lines 1 FHIIaf brake system with new fluid WE ALSO CHECK: Wheel bearings Shock absorbers Springs Grease seals Master cylinder Emergency hand brake Chevrolet Corv.li' Ij'ron fo'd *J.


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Mis Abraham F. Wechsler (second from left), national chairol the Society of :he Book, welcomes (from right) Mrs. Os! ar K. Rabinowic*. of Scarsdale. N.Y., founder cf the H*. riiversity; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the 'Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of w University; Lionel R. Bauman. national president rican r'liends; and Miss Lillian Goodman, Greater Miami chairman of the Society of the Women of the Book, at a brunch this week honoring Society members. 4. w< ornan s "World "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday. February 26, 1965 Section B Hebrew U. Friends Cite Women At a brunch this week Of the So.-icty nl the Women of the Book. members of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University i re complimented for providing %  •the vital tools of scholarship" to I Kiel's leading institution <>i high, er education and research Lionel R Bauman, "I New York. • %  •' 'ional president of the American Friends, in addressing the gather..... said that "the heart and ecuer %  •! any ureat university is its ibrary." and he praised the Great•i .Miami Women of the Bool; hairman. Miss Lillian Goodman, ir the enrollment in this area ot uorc than SO members in the So: cty of the Book Mrs. Abraham F. Wechsler. national chairman of the Society of the Book project, said that names of members ol the Society inscribed in the illuminated book on permanent exhibit in the Jewish National and Uiversity Library include not only Americans, but also representatives of France. Brazil and Israel Mrs. Abram Fox. herself a member <>i 'he Society, enrolled her daughter, Mrs William Smith, ol Cincinnati, 0. Among those who joined the So cicty this week were Mrs. Elizabeth Goodman, Mrs. Andrew Blass, Mrs. Philip F Thau. Mrs. David Klein. Mrs Herman Wiener, of Toledo, 0 and Mrs. Eve Schacht Members of the Society were awarded a distinctive insignia, a pin in the form ot a dove bearing the twin symbols of peace and learn in!!, especially designed by the noted artist. Boris Chaliapin. Those to whom Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Greater Miami Women's Division, presented the pin at the brunch were Mrs. Anna C. Corrsin, Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs. Max Weitz and Mrs. Clara Denner. In presenting the pin to Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Bauman said that Mrs. Grossinger 'has further ( xpressed her deep interest in the Hebrew University and the Jewish National and University Librarj by the establishment of a Grossinger Restaurant which will be housed in the Library building mm *& Members of the commit'ee working on the Temple Israel noon donor luncheon Mar. 17 at the Carillon Hotel in the Cafe Le Can Can Room. Theme for the afternoon is "Hello Springtime.'' First row (left to right) are Mrs. Sidney Rafiel, chairman of the day; Mrs. Joseph Ruifner, sponsor ticket chairman. Second row (left to right] are Mrs. Jerome Halpern. donor tickets; Mrs. Aaron Kanner, donor ticket chairman. It was happy tith birthday" "'i Feb. 16 for .loan Barbara, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover And here to help make ii so. maternal grandparents, Di and Mrs F.zckicl I.an lau, "i New York Rabbi I.an lail, rabbi ol United llias Service and Congregation Beth Israel. honored recently at the 25th anary of the Jewish Friends Society. u bich he has served as president since us inception Guest speaker at the d'nner lance held in New Yo • Ami r. 1 ana Moid, was wife Helen, forner Hebrew writer. Alan and Dorothy Gale, 0042 'mi (in Ave., loving every minI the grandma and grandpa 'it around the house these days Visiting with them are daughISABEL GROVE ler Rebecca and husband Ken Marlin, ol Easl [slip. N.Y.. and their three toddlers. Richard Philip and Kevin Another possible Gale visitor in the Spring is Betty Grable, depending on husband Harry James" band schedule Alan worked not too long back in Las Yegas with Bi tty and Han Dailey in 'Guys and Polls."' which ran tor almost seven months at the Dunes. Proud household is the Millie and Michael Govm homestead thi se days Son Barry L. has passed the Florida Certified Public Accounting exam Now with a local accounting firm. Barrj is a University of Miami alum Having completed his experience requirements, he is Continued on Page 9-B Kvnntiiul Hr units NEWEST FASH 101% KiCK textured stovliinys in jet-net whitv! $3 Here are the fabulous s-t-r-e-t-c-h nylon stockings that know what the fashion game is all about they're racv. lively and raring to spark up everything from your "little blacks'" to resort suits! Come see our entire lacy collectioni Sizes 8Va-11. Top to bottom: Flowers n Diamonds pattern. Eve's Rib, exclusively ours Ooh La Lace, French bow design. Point D Esprit, dotted. hosiery, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Bordine's stoies



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Page 2-B *Jewlsttk>ridlar Friday, February 26, i ii s Division and a p ol the Men's I>i\ ision ns cit ic affairs, the P eial guest serves as a member • the Mayor's Traffic Safety Co erence, the Metropolitan Safety "(inference, and as counsellor for the Association for Retarded Cliil ren. "He is both a personable and elo uient speaker," the co-chairmen stated. Mrs. Richa-d Brickman is president of the Young Women's Division. Area chairmen for the event include the following: Mrs. Richard Stone. Mrs. J. Allen Siegel, Airs. Harry B. Smith. Mrs. Myron Singer and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. Special table setting and decor for the Old Fashioned Ball have been created by Mrs. Paul Unger. HERBERT GARON An installation ceremony will take place at the Jewish Home for \c Aged on Sunday, 2:30 p.m.. when Judge Irving Cypen, presiv (i the Home, installs newlyi lected officers and members erf the Residents' Council. Mrs, Sarah Cossih i lected for fifth term as president, will I • iresented to J 5 i n for intallation by Mrs, Frances Taffel ,.; Miss Clara Trifield, both Coun,il volunteers and Junior Auxili ;rj nem l er < i the Home. Other offi%  to be installed are Max Menjon, vice president; Norman %  • treasurei an I Mrs. Hei rietta Grossman, secretary. Seven committees and their chairmen who ill also be installed bj judge Cypen are Mrs, Pauline Mordell, Welcoming Committee: v r Norman Lifshitz, Guided lours: Mr. Eugene stone. Synagogue; Mrs Gussie Tonigold. Friendly Visiting; Mrs Matilda l-hnsoii. Recreation Committee: Mrs. Minnie Berliner. Kel:e-.mie ,t -erving Committee; Mr Eugene stone. Library. Other elected members of Coun cil, also to sei > e on i ommittee re Mrs. Mary Rifkind, Mrs Ida Gordon. Jacob Shapiro. Bruno >reuss, Harrj Palen. Mrs Sarah Banks, Mrs Nadja Mrs Rose Krlsburg, liner, Mrs Esth Maisel a i< Miss Jeanne Adaire Mrs. Sadie Gordoi ime' • roi livit; and res n I guidance of the work of the U sidents' Council, i ll sen e %  %  lutsky to be Speaker .' ira< I :• I 'nil i i • % %  VEVD. Nov Y 3 /ears, w ill ap| i before 'he I. lappine 'lub on F ri d ay, l :30 p.m at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. chairman of the install gram. Program ol musii i ment will concludi led and feature the renov group, "Stars of David Harold Tokay.r U|ija^|gagB U^illt^iai^iM-^i^iw^, about Perchikol Mrs Lena Newman h Vice President Edward h mortici first \H • ent of the Jewish Funeral Association at a meeting "f the JFDA held in San Francisco, CRT Dcy Set In Coral Gables Coral Gables Chapter. Women's American ORT, will mark annual R1 Daj on Wednesday at Kings :. j Y II %  • t lul Luncheon will be served and a 'in show, coordinated by Par" 5h ip, ill be presei r members modi Mrs. Ri 'lard Fink. 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lehearsing a tcene from a hit Broadway show I Shirley Blum. Mrs. Anne Roiff, Mrs. f Schneider. Mrs. Leonard Riche'son and Irs Doris Rosenfeld, from the cast of Temple laveis in rehearsal for the entertainment at tie Emanu-El Sisterhood's 25th anniver[ ncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 17, at the Ben Roc HotelOthers in the cast include Mrs. Baibara Bes:.ey. Mrs. Sanfcrd Burns, Mrs. E liott Hanis, Dr. Seymour Kreisler, Mrs. Harry A. Levy. Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. O. I. Rosenstrauch, Allan Yudakofsky and Mrs. Milton Weinkle. The script was prepared and directed bv Trix ; e Levin, with choreography by Mrs. Barbara Bes^ey and musical accompaniment by Mrs. Millie Draizar. old Schneider, region treasurer. Mar 3, 10:30 a.m. • %  : %  I: Gulfstream: Mar. 10. 8 p.m.. Lombardy Hotel, Original skit, "Gel in the Sum:;." written and directed jy Mrs Prank Guttler. Hollywood: Mar. 10. Place to he announced. Documentary film, "Mellah." • • Islanders: Tea at the home ol Mrs. Coleman Bulman, 4326 Sheridan Ave., Mar 3, 12:30 p.m. Speaker, Mrs. Florence Kupperman, reuion vice president. Miami eeach Afternoon: Luncheon at Blair House, M it ::. 11:30 a.m. Fur fashion show by Mr Herman. Documentary film. "Mellah." Speaker. Mrs. Jacob Glassman, region vice president North Dade and North Miami: "Coffee" at Golden date on Mar. 4. 8 p.m. Fashion show by Loie and an ORT skit enacted by North Mi ami players. Speaker. Mrs. Maune N'iedenthal, education and vice president. Sooth Miami: l.unelieon at thv ome of Mrs Alan Simon. 13780 73rd Ct Speaker, Mrs, Braes S hnen. Mar. 3, 12 noon Southwest: "Coffee"' at the home f Mrs. Paul Reingold, 8245 SW 17th Ter.. on Mar. 3. 8 p.m. Fashion show and documentary film, "Mellah." Speaker. Mrs Louis Baron region president Treasure Isle: Luncheon at Treat ure House on Mar. 3. 12 noon. 5peaker, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president and a member of the Board of Directors of the American ORT Federation. Harbor House: Charter signing ceremony Mar. 4 at Harbor House. IT Day Celebration Here to Assist bet's New High School Program tin agreement ;>f ORT Israel and Israel Ministry of Education Culture to double the number liuh school students within five |rs ithe theme ol ORT Da> teas meetings lo be held in the later Miami area next week. (eh mil be the high point in a |es ol activities marking the |ual observance from coast to El : ORT Day by more than [ih. .liters ol Women'* American |r* Jacob Classman, region vice sideni and OUT Day chairman, ed that Ciov. Hayden -. Mayors Chuck Hall, Robert Hi h. Melvin Richard, Shepad, Clem Ehrlich and oth[ iilr and Broward Counties, lillah Girls 1 ?T Wednesday '• 7:30 p.m.,I .i social at Temple h .1 bj "Gillah Girls." eans who meet a! lorah each Wednesday li adults from the Miami Beach are united to attend andi \\ ith Frank Farenbloom. diii ii Camp Judaea in Hendcr[ille, N C, ip Judaea is the summer home, foung Judaea sponsored joint-1 lladaasah and the Zionist Or-i Ization of America. krcnbloom will show slides of ip and be available to ans%  f' it ions about the pro-rain ot at Camp Judaea. have issued official proclamations Citing ORT Day. as did civic oflicials throughout the country. Mrs. Louis Baron, region president, said that the decision to double the high school student enrollment of ORT-Israel "reflects the central role that the ORT netv oi k iplaying in Israel in expandin',' and developing the country's industrial economy." 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raqe 4-B ^JewlsHhrkflan Friday, February 26 e | Board members of the recently-organized Miami Beach Branch, Women's League for Israel, at the group's first membership luncheon held Feb. 11 at the home of Mrs. Morris Schor, 4720 Alton Rd. Guests of honor at the affair, attended by 75 women, were executive officers of WLI from New York City. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Chesler, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaden, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Faye Tupler, president, Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. William Prince, honorary president, Executive Board; Mrs. Gus Tatken, president, Miramar Florida Chapter, Mrs. Jacob Weitzer. vice president, Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Morris Schor. membership chairman. Back row (left to right) are Mrs. Rose Levine, financial secretary." Mrs. Morris Schwartz, honorary vice president, Executive Board; Mrs. Mortimer Nathanson, Executive Board secretary; Mrs. Beatrice Hubschman. Executive Board member; Mrs. Harry Kappel, treasurer and second vice president. Pinski Program Will Feature tenowned Artists Israel Wetichansky ancf'MSsftia Deny a, the internationally-relowned artists, will !>• seen in a series of character portrayals and icenea from Jewish life at a concert on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Miami Beach Senior Hiuh School. The program is heinj: sponsored by the David Pinski Folk School. Israel Welichansky. character actor and mimic, has had a lone career in the field of English and Yiddish stage. He studied in Austria. France and Palestine, as well as at Columbia University in New York. Mascha Benya received part of her musical education in Europe \\ here she made her debut as an opera and conceit singer She ha. been on extensive tours through Europe, the United States. Can ada. Mexico. Cuba and Israel Her repertoire includes programs ranging from classical mu sic to folk songs The PJ\ i d Pinski preset inday "ill also include Nana Past presidents of Temple Zion Sisterhood are honored at a recent Past Presidents Ball held at the Temple, 8000 Miller Rd. Left to right are Mesdames Max Feinstein, Louis Grossman, Seymour Samuels, Al Lampert, Henry Shapiro, current president, Elwood Goldberg. Max Rubin and David Dresner. The event has been an annual Temple Zion Sisterhood event for many years. Young Soprano Slated Sunday Carol Lynn Blum, coloratura soprano, will be heard in a recital on Sunday, i p.m.. at the Musicians Club of America. 303 Minorca Ave.. Coral Gables. Miss Blum will be accompanied ;.t the piano by Mrs. Bernard Kwartin, with works featured of Arditi. Delibes. Faure. Jacobson. Mozart. Schubert and Wilson. Miss Blum is a student of the I Diversity of Miami and the daughter of Col. (Ret. i Milton R. Blum and Mrs Blum, of Miami Beach. While still in high school. Miss Blum was chosen Miss Teen-Ager of Miami. Two years ago. she was crowned Queen of the Azaleas in Beach Hadassah Groups to Meet Miami Beach Hadassah groups planning meetings include Bay Harbor Group was to have an "Eye Bank" luncheon and carl game part) "n Thursday. Feb ?."> 11:30 a.m.. at the New Englann I ish Bar Mrs Benjamin Steinmuller was to serve as chairman and Mrs George Meisel is president Stephen S. Wise Group February One-. Shabbat "ill have a reading on the "Psalms" by Mrs Rebecca Lipson. Miami Beach Hadassal education chairman Mis Abraham Magid is chairman Harna Senesch Group will hold a regular brunch meeting and a Youth Aliyah play entitled The Magic Heart of An Inn" written by Mrs Rebecca Lipson and directed by Mrs. Eva Blum on Monday. 11.30 a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel Mrs Henrietta Lorber is president Beth Am Ladies To Open Classes Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am will start a series of classes on Monday. Mar. 15. at 10 to 11 30 am in the Adult Education Room of the Temple. Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard will cover the practice of rituals and holidays in the home Mrs. Richard Alper announces that the course is open to all women Chairman of the series is |f n Wayne Roger, vice president education. MASCHA BENYA Shakert, American S violinist, with piano. tin Esther Barrett a] Palatka. where she won S2.700 in a beauty and talent contest. This year, she has won the title of Miss Dixie. Miss Blum has been heard in concert at many Dade County affairs, and is giving her second annual recital at the Musicians Club. Tilereth Israel Sisterhood Sisterhood of 1 l.-rnel will hold a on akfasi m tke ; Social Hall on Sui ;.t ii a.m Host* --• %  • Kushern, Mrs Sadie Lilian Lei THE 115*4 AIM: T EH RACE 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami Florida FA : NG BISCAYNE BAV "WHERE THl STARS AND HEAVEN WIN YO'Jtt fliUVIJHf AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STARLIGHT IIAIJJiOOM SE ATING U TO 300 • WEDDING? • CONF R/W ir BANQUETS + RECEPT. ir LUNCHEONS %  MEETIN CATERING Strictly Kother Facilities Available Utiitr Supervision of RABBI TIB0R H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 ('n the ocean at Miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR e )n a miaml country club setting I Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushncss of the Doral Country' Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets arc enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-cs;.ite. 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Friday. February 26. 1965 +Je9rtshikr0li*n Page 5-B loliday in Spain 1 lock fail Party fy JFCS Women ,,-. committee of Jewish t a nd I b Idren's Service will bid a "Holidaj in Spain" cocktj and art %  on Apr. 10, \:~. Max V Cogen, president of the [ littce, has announced. function will i>c held at the Lrlside Communilj Center from i • t p.m featuring paintings by r : outstanding Israeli artists, as w irks by Ann Jaflec, of I 99, Baj Harbor; Sasiha k u Petite Galerie, Coral la: .( %  -. Mrs. Sascha Bobbins, Mar||, Gallery, N< Voik and L< Americana Hotel. Kirs Bernard Kramarsky will | ., large group ol lithographs ..(age fio entire exhibit, ac%  rding to Mrs. Cogen. I \ h liday in Spain for two will the first prize awarded at the Irktail party. ITIii' JFCS Children's Home will .: n proceeds ol the show ktail party, according i" I B. Goldstein, president ol .. jencj The Home provides for study and treatment ol a small foup i f children unable to adjust the close interpersonal relai a foster home. S is affiliated with the GreatMiami Jewish Federation and fcuted Fund of Dade County. Ex i director iLeon Fisher. Mrs. Max V. Cogen (second irom left), presiden*. of the Women's Committee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, discusses the forthcoming cocktail party and art show planned by the committee with Vice Presidents Mrs. Howard Scharlin (far left). Mrs. David Kirsh (second from right) and Mrs. Eugene Kalz. The function will benefit 'he Jewish Family and Children's Service Children's Home and is slated for Apr. 10 at the Suifside Community Center from 6 to 8 p.m. First prize will bo a holiday in Spain for two weeks for two persons. Frieds Marking 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fried were married in New York City in February. 1916. A little over 20 years later, they came to Florida. Now celebrating their wedding anniversary, they're staying at the Biscayne Poinl home ol son Ily Fried, with other son Jack. his wife and their three children, of Miami Beach, marking the occasion with them. Among their many organizational affiliations, the Frieds are members of Odd Fellows. Ri and Hadassah. Recently, they ve been spending a meat deal ot their time traveling, and arc now planning a tour ol Israel and the Scandinavian countries. 'empSe Zamora : amily Service [First in a series of monthly fam. services at Temple Zamora is ^heduled for Friday at 7:45 p.m. luring the Oneg Shabbat to fol Rabbi Hershel Brooks will eak on "The Evolution of Law.'" Religious School students who Jill participate in the service inuric Joyce Katzman, Judy Liefnnan. nursery; Malca Fischman. Lewis, Robert Spitzer, Ellen le.n. first grade; Lisa lien. Louis Irencwaig, Neal Rieter, Gary jp'it. Mark Losner. second grade; pcii Berliner. Shelley Glantz. { %  tine Siegel third grade; Sue laren Lcderman, Howard Taft, [>lm rout, pre-confirmati n Veterans Will Benefit Hospitalized veterans will benefit from the games party being sponsored by Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Post 330 on Saturday night at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. In charge of tickets is .Mrs. Benjamin Rochwarg, chairman. Auxiliary president is Mrs William Adclman. MR. AND MRS. PHILIP FRIED Adult Education At Beth David Adult education continues at Beth David in conjunction with the Bureau of Jewish Education Classes in Hebrew and Bible are held from 8 to 9 p.m. Rabbi Eliezer A. Lev! delivers a lecture from 9 to 10 p.m.. and leads a dis cussion based on his talk. A social hour follows. On Tuesdaj evening, subject of the seventh lecture will be "Modern Synagogue." : Congratulations • in order? Then go no further! Our expert catering • staff will arrange your party right down • to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — deserve our very special handling. • Parties from 25 to 500 • Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for • an appointment. • He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Waldman DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (U) ON THE OCEAN AT 43rd STREET. MIAMI BEACH Kennedy Library loi! Mar. 7 rhe John K Kennedy Memoria 1 .1^ rar> Ball will be held Sunday. lar. 7. at the Diplomat Hotel. ::> Davis Jr.. will be among he headliners on the floor show Ictor Peter Law lord, brother-inn ol the late President, will be |h e master of ceremonies, Van Iniith's society orchestra plays for pi 550-per-Derson, black tie ball finch includes a cocktail hour and tinner. Ms of bflrxv „ii! be United fates Sen and Mrs. Robert F. ennedy. The hall is being arranged bv he Florida Committee for the Li Irary headed by Miami Beach fi fancier Arthur H. Courshon, with 1 Baggs and liobert M. Morgan vice chairmen. Outstanding success of the Initial Gifts Luncheon of the Women's Division ol Combined Jewish Appeal raised a recordbreaking sum of SI 10.000. Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's Division chairman. Mrs. Harry A Yagle. sponsor of the event at the Eden Roc Hotel, and Mrs. A. L. Glickman, luncheon chairman, cor.' ibuted their share of personal effort to help the three Initial Gifts co-chairmen (left to right), Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. in the event which launched the Women's Division campaign. Folk Dancers Featured Here One of the mosl popular inter national music ensembles, the Czechoslovakia state Folk "S'KC r .fSUpe, will make its United States debut Mar. 5 to 7 as part of the Karlem Globetrotter engagement ..t Miami Beach Convention Hall. Formed in 1948. the Czechoslovakia group has grown to 40 performers singers, dancers. arid gymnasts with reputations abroad as the best m their business. They have given more than 2.000 con certs i" combined audiences exfeeding 3,00C,SuTi spectators Star of the group, which specializes in colorful folk renditions of '/ >ch, Moravian and Slovak dance-. former Olympic sold medalist ml world champion gymnast Eva Bosakova. For her American pre miere, she has prepared a gymnas tit darue variation of her unique free dance program of the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and i • : or Elegant Functions Complete Catering Facilities lor that Spe.;;i'i c5 Party served In supciij T$htdri sailing thai will 'efljft your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tetaa -tote or a gala celebration with 3.500 (utili. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN (DEAUVILLE ,.TS£!^T......... ^..ni PHONE: UN 5-8511 S Char'e Mil Fxecutive Food Dir*cto ON TM OC.AN AT .70. ST-JSST. 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Page S-B ipnlst'fkrMrnr Friday, Februar y 26. ^ ft 1 %  I.I' .7 %  ..'-" t. ii*i.tiiinmiiwwww "'''* ~ l, B '* 1 '*' ...305 Colb Ave., Miami Bea< h The tion is designed • -t r\ <• %  •. neighborhood between 55th r B5th sts. Mrs. Hyman is Honored at Birthday Party Here Mrs Sol (Anna) Hyman. 350 75th St was honored on Feb 15 v ith a surprise luncheon birtbdaj party at the Algiers Hotel. Uos tesses were daughters. Muriel i Mis Lawrence A.) Weston and Dorothj (Mrs. William i Carmel. both of Miami Beach. For the occasion. .Mrs Hyman was wearing a red and white Italian knit suit with hand-embroidered floral motif on the jacket and orchids presented by her family, A resident here for the past 23 'cars, Mrs. Hyman has lour other children living in Long Island. N. Y 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Her two -on: re William and Sidney Two l Ighters, in addition to the two here are Bobby MrMorris) Paul and Amu (Mrs. Lawrence) Ducorsky. Long active in philanthropic v.ork both in New York City and Miami Beach. Mrs Hyman was founder and president for 13 years of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Firsl Prager Independent Association, one of the founders ol Haym Salomon Home for the Aged and Manhattan Beach Jewish ("enter, both dames Max Weinstein, Nat Kramer. Dave Berry. Jack Geartner. Louis Pilzer, George Goodman, Jack Segal, Harry Lefkoff. Sol Bisenstadt, Murray Eiseiistadt. Ir\ing Chidnoff, Harry Waits, Anna Hirschberg, Paul Meisel, Abe TowI in. Hal Hertz. Ben Lazarus. Violet Barnett. Ann Wallman. James Lappert, Ida Grossman, Rose Zapen, Rose Frankel, Ruth Peraky, Lil Goldstein, Ida Glick, Grace R senthal, Ann Wurwag, Ann Lipton. Sophie Shapiro. New York guests were Mesdames Alfred Salzman. David Green and Irving Roer DADE CAFETERIA GOOD FOOD FAST SERVCE — REASONABLE "RCES featuring "LUNCHEONS" for Business Men and Women Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Avenue %  %  — SCmmy'tt Kvstaurant Miami's ONLY Bohemian Restaurant Serving DINNERS Featuring CHICKEN PAPRIKA A NOODLES • GOULAsSAUERBRATEN A DUMPLINGS • HOMEMADE P ES 12350 N.E. 6th AVE., No. Miami Ph. 759.9437 ll 1* MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT T| tt (Zluna JHaiJ SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS Wp Also Hjvf A Complete T.ikt Out Mem. OPEN 3 to JO P.M. SUNDAY 1 to 9 P.M. (Closed iuesdo, 100o AIR-CONDITIONtD MRS. $01 in Brooklyn She the hoard and a remple Menorah life member .of Chapter Ol Deborah. Guests a! ihe hincheoii were MeRabbi Baumgard Speaks Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, ol Temple Beth Am in South Miami Was to represent the Jewish Chan tauqua Society as lecturer at Roosevelt Junior College in Wesl Palm Beach on Thursdaj .presently on life member of Sisterhood and Greater Miami Pallots Expand Goodrich Activity National officials of the B. F, President Norton Pallot and Vice Goodrich Tire Company will be In President Ronald Pallot reported town this week, flying in from ,nat ,h( < 00,inth representatives Alrrn n i,. m „. ...:!. "'" discuss plans for expansion ol AKron. (_).. to meet with executivev.,.., „ T ,• ,. ..... Norton Tire Company into Palm (I the Norton Tire Company Beach Countv. Olo&unJiQ Smbrqasbon) OPALOCKA 2*st Season H. Johansen. Prop. AUTHENTIC SMORGASBORD AND COMPLETE MENU BANQUtT fACIUTItS FOR 200 CLOSED MONDAYS For Information MU 1-9301 NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this, week are Chateaubriand of New York, Scandia of California, Jacques of Chicago, and other equally popular and noted dining spots. Each evening of the week you may enjoy a different gourmet menu featuring the foods of these restaurants who have entrusted to us their priceless recipes. THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Also a la carte menu. Service 6 to 11 p.m. Dinner dancing, except Monday. Reservations Frank, 3798861



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, February 2G. 1965 ••Jewish fhrldlar) Page 7-B Lieberman To be Speaker Jeorge B. Lieberman. spirader of the Central Synaftassau County of Rockcenter, Long Island, N.Y., guest rabbi at the services mple Beth Sholom, on Frievening. Dr. Lieberman's lill be "The Sin of Silence." cussion of the Jews in th>Union. [Lieberman. who is vice pres|oi the Association of Reform of New York, and a memthe bv>ird 01 me norm (or Progressive Judaism, lir.it chairman of the Central vence oJ American Rabbis kittee on [he Jews in the SoKbit. was in the Soviet Union ral years ago with an offi[delegation. While in Russia [discovered ancient Hebrew ^scripts and rare books in libraries of Mpsccw and Leningrad which were thought to have been destroyed during the rerolutrorr-and World War II. His discoveries were hailed by scholars everywhere. Dr. Lieberman was the only Russian-speaking member of the delegnbon and negotiated with the Foreign Department of the Soviet Academy o| Sciences, for an exchange of scholarly material .:nd for microfilms of the manuscripts and books. Dr. Lieberman appear.-in a recently-released documentary motion picture on the plight of Soviet Jewry "The Price of Silence," produced by the Jewish Chautauqua society. Tiie leading role is played by Edward c;. Robinson, and among other participants are Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, Sen. Jacob K. Javits Jan Peerce, of the Metropolitan icenf Price and Marc Chagall Will ire Spotlight at Temple Israel Series Iccnt Price and Marc Chagall pare the spotlight at Temple Town Hull Forum Series lursda) evening. Mar. 4. (review ot "Chagall and the a show of 48 outstanding and original lithographs, BO given in the Community Museum ol the Temple be7 and 8:15 p.m. The exwill run through March and daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and after Friday evening [•i s Saturdaj and Sundaj ii' until noon. lan with great enthusiasm initiating others into the entent and appreciation of the Vincent Price will give iried dramatic entertainment iree .great American artists. a poet, a painter and a playwright, whose unique artistic visions electrified the world. He will do selections from Walt Whitman, Whistler's essays, and present a character bj Tennesse* Williams. Well-known to motion picture and Stage audiences as a distin gulahed actor. Price is considered one ol the best one man perform era today. Although he majored in art at Yale, it is onlj in recent years that he has gained fame .<> an articulate spokesman tor art, and the Chagall exhibition was arranged to coincide with his ap pearance here There are a limited number <> seats available lor non-subscribers % rvice Club to Cite Ladies Hrty-six ladies will become ibers of the "Golden Orchid" \p "f the Miami Beach Service Center on Friday evening ilden orchid pins will be prefd in the ladies lor 500 or more fs (it volunteer service at the It'ih Stage Door Canteen in Ocean Front Auditorium, be cited are Joyce Arceni :iu\, li Baker, Lenore Herman, CynBrand, Kay Chase, Best CoRuth Falana. Sylvia Kalum, Bia Gold. Frieda Gorin, Lena nuk. Molly Kohn, Sylvia LeVicki Mann. Peggy MacKay, Marcus, Hattie Milam. Sugar prison, liuth Randin. Ann Richi Irene Rosenblum. pnnie Rou.ssman, Rose Samuels, Si broader. Ricki Segreta. Bet|5eligson, Dorothy Shultz. Etta mpel, Rosanne Stoller, Bessie le, Esther Sussman, Roslyn I pie, Rose Winick, Janice WolfClaire Zapalsky and Rose Id Klein. Estelle Grenfleld, Rose Ross. Dorothy Sution and Selma Tasman will receive a 300-hour service pin. Felice Herman. Vivienn Katz. Charlotte Rosenberg and GoMie Zelko will be presented with a citation tor special services The pins have been contributed by Harry Klitzner, of Providence, R.I. Sisterhood Has Sazaar Monday Reservations must be made in advance at Temple Nor Tamid for the Sisterhood annual bazaar in the Social Hall, where a hot supper will be served stalling at 5 p.m. Merchandise will also be sold all day Monday. Serving with bazaar chairman. Sirs. Murray Shaw, are co-chairmen. Mrs. Ira Rosenfeld and Mrs, Marian Rubin. Mrs. Eugene Schwarz is president. Pioneers Pisa Chapter Meetings Mrs. Ida Liftman, president, Pioneer Women's Club II, has announced that the chaptw will honor Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shedroff at a Curium party on Monday, 8 p.m., n the Farband Center. 842 Wash ington Ave. Golda Meir Chapter will have a untheon card party on Wednesday toon in the Jordan Marsh AudiBrium, sponsored by Mrs. Jack '"I'chman in honor of her granddaughter. Marilyn Fisher's forthcoming marriage. All proceeds will go to Pioneer Women's Child Rescue Fund. • • • Aviv Chapter regular meeting will be held on Thursday, Mar. 4, 1 p.m.. in Washington Federal, 699 NE 125th St. Program will feature a new filmstrip, "House Without a Fence." story of Pioneer Women's newest children's home in Jerusalem. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau, chapter president, will conduct the business portion of the meeting. MORRIS & RUTH LERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN Catering for All Occasions Established in 7945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. RABBI GIORGC L'tLtRMAN Ipera Company. Harrison Saliswry, of the New York Times. liishop Reuben H. Mueller, and %  resident of the National Council f Churches. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual eader of Temple Beth Sholom. will ntroduce Rabbi Lieberman to the oncregation. PARKING FACILITIES IE 1-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. CANTOR VICTOR GELB WILL CONDUCT BOTH StDIRS OWC/ATI AT RELIGIOUS SERVICES THRU THE HOLIDAYS THE GEFTER'S NEW11T DECORATED CORAL REEF HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 36th STREET • MIAMI BEACH DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH Strtctty Observed tO March 14 (JO ot 105 rooms) OTHEa RATES AVAILABLE SPECIAL HATES FOB EXTENDED STAYS IBS rooms ill with private bi'.h and snower Coll Mr GEFTER MIAMI BEACH: JE 8-8631 HEATED AIR C0N0. (Intl. Cont.) April IS KOSHER MEAtS INC1UDED t • chaise lounies • Jl TV t • FrM Self Parking • EnterUiMteat B • Wl.ner Roasts • MovHra • Camet M|M* I • Orange Juice Dally • Many Other Feitures Services Dally. Fall Tims Mashf lack 0a PramtsM. Salt • Sugsr Eras Diets. 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%  M + Umis* fksMtor 'rrss;. Je^crr. '_ %  %  _-.:-, -: \ --.- %  -. Awru Vecw Awe re pwc* "'-_ %  — wife Ma Befceri 1 CIWUM la \--~-.-:-. I B on t-r-:: f >J*rz--zi richer Corpe cfl the re WriK-? 51 Ec S-iLrcs. SZZ'i r_-r ~zs.~~. "-> Awed .-.rpt CM 'llliwil I : •J*W1 ~ -JJ •-.^•.--_-,eL.^vHoie. S. re? Rabbi Kcufrr.cn A* Temple Judea Friday Evening -. | -.-.• % ; ': % %  : %  %  -: %  *-•,-"i '-* %  : • -'.'' %  ; P **-.-. %  %  I:~ %  '*• &f : i -• &f < -^ — %  -=.. c ; •••• .*-.ta "• • •" '%  "i" ''ei*-r MM •:' Baaerw. 500 Launch National Brotherhood Week; Trio Receive Silver Medallion Awards %  Mo-teld • t aetan • •-helped • a %  -.• -peiker which taa the •Silver Me Brotherhood fc.tHcp Csleman F. Carroll, of the Miami D-Oceso; Josoph M. l_ipon. erasidont of Dado Federal Sa>'*9 and Loan Aiteciaation; and Goore* B. Storor. chairman of rho Sor*r Broadcajtir.9 Co. %  it the dJBr.duoed tb* j.'.Jt Head iaer •.ward of the FV„nationally-re;.r •": %  ti u Ben George Bmafhen al the dinner arvj read tan a u letter written by : Georga watbiagton in i79v to the Kea pert R 1 TVoriginal doc-. display liaaei • vnad by M 1 Morgenatern philanthr and tmer.t banker of Neu York He and Mr* Morgensiern were ipeeial eoecU at the dinnr Th farry*jWashington letter -..T.encan concept of • To big< ';on. te pereei a-sistance Votfwf. /sroe-f CB/leoiaas %  aeafcet wal be (eatared • a' • sored bj v>--i laraef !.: %  %  a %  ipaap % % %  ia" araaj Mar 6. at Your: brad MO NK ".TUt St Ir eh*.'?e of :r. .on u Arthur Spotter A man and his car caifsail from Miami to Nice for $180.00 Discussion Series At Miami T .-.*.-. Jew— What Can f/e I>< Aheat if fourth ir. a er.e. of %  pliniMwl for naothei held Tuesday. 10 am a: v ami Beach YMHA. ISM fca;. Rd MrSaul MiOer ano Mri Nieho!a>terr, to-chairmer. : sen*', announced thai Rabfci Sanforc Settxer. direct.^ oi the I American •' be the guest tpeaher The series of monthly rnorn.r.: • ?roup deals v.uh current topics of interest and Isn't that a gas. • rr..y. iHu: "..'%  .! %  TC E NQ A0E '-' / -'.J SERVICE ''' %  %  %  l f BEACH V •.' .i • %  TO EUROPE .. 9 N PRIM .MOWER A .3 TCiLET DA • 3 2'. '.-: •a? 6 4 I Nice % f : -. • 9 S ig |20S '/ %  each 4 12 '.'. L V •E-, l .CE/* L*BLE ••'.'•-Haifa rantfa 4-bertri cabm — S 80.00 each 2 berth cabin — J 120.00 each m.v. bilu (baa-loo) see root* TPA^CL AQCNT OR SWISS CRUISE LINES. INC 2650 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • MIAMI. FLA • TEL J77-M77 %  l • %  %  • rae Owaatil aad rae KtOo*rarr'e* M ? ^e !^ahor .-^atjan of .\a:er>c- lie the Hebrew I --" %  •'ri*.^ .f lit)-*. • 1 Gan Israel Will Show Film Here A motion piel Israel f Florida %  • ing of %  -EON bC>*C"" : YIDDISH-AMERICAN YAM'DEVMLLE CN STAGF IS PERSON BABE WALLACE MARIA MASAKURE CHET CLARK THE NIZELLIS M ON SCREE-. YH4nk-Amtricom Musicol Cimed, "Mis wirti lovtrItarring Lulaig Sau CINEMA 12J5 WASHINGTON AVE Matinee Evening 55' 1.25 1 Israe .---;-••'-••%  • 1 ctaffc Am Singles Meeting • %  *& c-w. ;: H/ien Zori*a talks! HTttn Zorba drinteWhen Zor\-a h orn ;' %  -. "He i'i /.".-£ /7rc 0/ itB< If, %  pit i : --^z~ Bail rn o/"'. Bretherhcod Fe' Features Panel r %  %  "*S>TICKE7S ON £•' GODFREY C „"NEV. C I.ATE" L p : %  s /s. -'.• %  • rn. mI EOA0WAI -. N COCONUT C-, T 'Rtslauranli a Art Cal'ory 330OM -i Hijhwi. M<*rn HI 6-258< %  a>BMa^BaaMagiMaajjt--j x/rmmri M TICKETS ,'.'3W AT fe;* : box • •AUDREYHEPBL'RN-E)(H/ nft ,AI a ear Tiuoi'CCxOta s.x>u>i. .if.fi sees HI UNC01N THEATRi LINCOLN ROAD mu ^' 7D: 2 perforntD-ces daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TKKETS ON SAIE AT JOSDA'i MAMM MIAVI



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Friday. February 26. 1965 +Jenist> HcrUHair Paqe 3-W Continued from Page 1-B now eligible for the (.'PA certifi catt On Washington's birthrlny in 1915, I'loience anil Harry Hacker nged marital vows In New (,:>... Twenty-five years later, they came to Miami, and iy they celebrated HUM 50th anniversary with a familj dinner a1 Miami Springs Villas Koi Hi" happy v cc ision Mrs Hacker wore a white crepe (rock with all-over tucking, gold acccs Mini's and even a gold orchid Among ilic over -to relatives were daughter Lyn, who now lives in Philadelphia, son Morton with wife Eve and their three. Suzy, .liil and Abby. of Albany Mr. Hacker also receiving individual congratulations on his 74th birth day. • Among enthusiastic ring-side "swingers with Basie who at\ tended the big opening of the Count at the Doral were the Ron Pallots, Norton Pallots and Howard Katzens. Planning her third trip abroad, by Isabel Cf night at the new Chandler's Restaurant in Surfside marked the 34th wedding anniversar\ of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kensch. of Miami Highlight of the evening was surprise visit of the couple's son-in-law and daughter, Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard Shotcr, who nen here from Sarasota, to celebrate the happy occasion. Over 300 -nestattended the cen mony naming Louis August, born Feb. 4. first son of Prancine ami Peter Swartz Couple have three daughters, Gayle, Jill and Debbie Among relatives attending the festivities in the new family home in Bay Heights were maternal grandmother. Mrs. Sara August, wife of the late Louis August, and paternal grandparents, Esther and Max Swartz Also Dr William Welch. Dr. and Mrs. Morris Beck. Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler. Dr and Mrs. Samuel Schwadron. of New York. Judge Albert and Mrs. Dubbin. %  > The Charles Chuck" Posners. of Miami Beach, planning a crosscountry holiday to California, some time after Posner's artistic dehiit with a one man art exhibit at the Beth Sholom Art Gallery on Mar. "... I'osner, who resigned his activities as a participating director of the Algiers Hotel the latter part of 1061 in order to devote all his time to painting, has already created quite a favorable stir of interest in local art circles with his original land and seascapes, which will be included in the Beth Sholom showing. Radio Programs Scheduled Here Rabbi I.eon Kronish. national to the program will be available vice president. American Jewish Congress, and president, Southeastern Region. AJC, announces a new series of radio discussions leaMrs. Kay Tupler leaving here in I turing prominent international and time to attend the Women's Lea] local personalities discussing mague for Israel concert in New j jor issues of the day concerning York City on Mar. 10 Prexy J both the Jewish and non-Jewish ol the new League local chapter, | community Mrs. Tupler will then fly to Is; .. %  .. ... i First program of the series to rail, where she II remain during .' ,. e i or .be aired on Sundav, 5 p.m., on the holidays Before returning c •„ ,,..,,„ %  %  j !.._' j 'Station WMIE. is entitled "Agenda for Action — Human Rights "65." by contacting Joseph I. Yanich, regional director, Southeastern Region. American Jewish Congress. 714 Congress Building. Participants will be Dr. Joachim : Prinz. AJC national president, reGolf Pros Sign For Doral Tilt Twenty-six additional pros have filed for entry in the fourth annual Doral Invitational, slated to begin Mar. 11 at the Doral Country Club j Hotel in Miami. Top names among those on the list are Bert Yancey. who reB'nai Raphael Women to Meet Congregation B'nai Raphael Sisterhood invites members and friends to the Monday meeting at its redecorated synagogue. 1401 NU 183rd St. i Guest of honor for the evening will be Miss Devra Dernis. fiancee oi Rabbi Harold Richter, spiritual leader of the congregation. Following a color film. "Decorating Unlimited," refreshments will be served Rabbi's Wife Honored Here Mrs. Judy Green, Q mbined Campaign chairman for Temple Or Ulom Siiiterhood, was to honor Mrs. Samuel April, wife of the temple's spiritual leader, and women who have contributed maximum donations to the campaig nthis | year at a dessert in her home on Thursday evening. Feb. 25. The Combined Campaign Fund is used by National Women's League of United Synagogues to sponsor students of Yeshiva University in New York City and support the i Mathilda Schechter Residence Hall for women there. Sisterhood president is Mrs. Alvin Levenson. B'nai Raphael Theatre Guild B'nai Raphael Theatre Gui'd will present "Damn Yankees" on Saturday and Sunday. Mar. 20 and 21, at Congregation B'nai Rapha-I, 1401 NVV 183rd St. Among mem hers of the cast are Bruce Moreno, Sid Danoff and Dolores Miller !ntcrfaath Lunch At Beth Am Sisterhood "1 Temple Beth Am was host to 450 women at an in i luncheon held last week Church women from every i jor congregation were in atti ance to enjoy a li nch prepared by the Sisterhood and to convene in 'the sanctuary, where a question Bnd answi r perio v as held with Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, spirit ual leader of Both Am. Rev. Arthur J. Rantz, of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, also participated in the program. Mrs. Paul Kahan chaired the luncheon. Subcommi*tec chairmen %  were Mrs. Manuel Fla-hman. decorations; Mrs. Walter Kaye. hospitality; Mrs. Martin Lieblin:, Mrs. Joshua Segal. Mrs. Rose Potluck and Mrs. Robert Newman, food; Mrs. Larry Bogller, hostesses. Mrs. Rich .rd Alper. Sisterhood president, announces that "this was the largest interfaith affair in the city to be sponsored by a women'* group." home, she'll be guest at the Atal aya Park Hotel near Malaga in Spain, owned by very close ti lends .. cently elected chairman of the cently gave Rod Funseth a downA luncheon in honor Of new | Conference of Presidents. Major, the-wire tussel in the Phoenix mi i'per many cut-ofj am | Wil Maslow. AJC executive di : year's'DoraT "but "slid to a 54 hole towncre here for the reception on rector. 221 and did not qualify for the Sunday in the Fontainebleau Ho„ ... : „,„„„.. lei at which Mr. and Mrs. Milton Program wdl include a discus. monc >Adler announced their daughter's slon on Sovict Anti-Semitism.' Rex Baxter, who set a Doral engagement to Paul Michael A line neon in nonor ot new Conference of Presidents. Major, the-wire tussel in the Phoenix bride-elect, Lone Mae Adler. American Jewish Organization; Open. Bert, whose brother, Jim given last week by Mrs. Max Theodore Bikel. noted folk singer Yancey. is the chief greenskeeper I cskoe. of Sea toast Towers and AJC national vice president; at Doral. tallied a 69 to start last Guests included Bloomgarden, of Albany ... It "ill be a summer wedding in New York City for the young couple. A festive dinner party Sunday "German Statute of Limitations." course record with his second "International Human Rights : round 66. earned third place monTreaties" and "Role of the Jewish j ey of $3,300 last year, finishing one Community in the Civil Rights ] stroke behind Jack Nicklaus. Doug Struggle." The program will be j Sanders was 14th money winner last year with S34.000 In earnings. although he finished out of the money at Doral. introduced by Kabbi Kronish. foments and literature relating DAVID PINSKI FOLK SCHOOL fnsmts the Internationally Famous Artists ISRAEL WELICHANSKY MASCHA BENYA n .T Series of Character Portrayals and Scenes from Jewish lifeInterpreter of Israeli. Yiddish and 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, Dade Boulevard (21st St.) Washington Avenue, Miami Beach SF.ATS ARE RESERVED-ORCHESTRA S3.00-S2.5O-S2.0O-BAICONY SI .50 On Sale At STAR RESTAURANT, 841 Washington Ave. FARBAND CENTER, 842 Washington Ave. FOR RESERVATIONS CAU-HI 8-9979, JE 1-0128, UN 6-1972 BOX OFFICE WILL OPEN at 6:30 p.m. THE DAY OF CONCERT mil PARKING University of Miami Symphony Orchestra FABIEN SEVSTZKY Director and Conductor SUND4Y, FEB. 23, 8:30 P.M. 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Paqo 10-B +Jewisfi tkxrtdlari Friday. February 26. 1965 ntnmci WOMAN OF THE WEEK lice I ilelnl ;ei cho still r tains I hal Nashville renn accent ol her birthplace i is i shy ml little -: tut timi change ind so lid the file irl Bentice atten Hi BS knnie lllisoi vate School in Nashville, then Ward Belmonl and finally Gotu where she majored n English md oui lalism She is a firm believer in pi vat< schools bul was agalnsl generuli I (hi Her mother was .1 fine irtisl vho ipecialized in Iresslesigning. and lier father owned exclusive ixpenslve Iress -imps. she r %  '• ip 11 the -ride Her father 1 ad to lake ime ifl so he mice 1! shou lorses Phey would 11' with their horses. inPrj -t Hall Stables B -rnii • many trophies to remind her .it ;ln se days After college, Bernice opened .1 Iress shop in Washington, loving the added excitenv nl il tu< i"1 1 rips to New ',' % % %  I 1 irnia and Bernice met her husband, Eddie e visited ter <. e was ain we late eate 1 too busy for organisation start 'inn ier he; m 0 II %  %  ..••• HI %  nember ol I he var;< vas nmit ... anization too h ol •ea id Bernice is a pa ee. Shi %  ..-. %  •ho foundi ipers of Children • 0 teen-agers word with 1 %  -' of 100 more in 1856 the '• eelved the I lal Award given to the 1 ding Worn an iif the in add has en ictive • %  le Israel terhnnd. has • %  d on tin 1 Volunteer f the Florida Hospital A •-• %  -• a rn ar r 1 he Worn don ommittee of 1.000 for Varietj • Hospital rith Genera hair I 1 1 Bell Presently, she is pn >id< A the At 1 of riot da 1 • md Auxiliar es mi the first a I AFii' it tameMeau Hotel this year %  r drpamrd that she could crowd so man> work. er job a ddent She 1al %  on the under her. conducting meet and spe ,• it hospitals and aux A hen a' home Bernice plays the piano for hi land's enioynms to his golf 1 and -• self she II st an playin The v -eater, concerts and opera enjoying great ngs at home Bernice -ays thi seem to %  charity dinner affairs Luekirj her husband 1 s one ne vice p Mercantile onal Bank, enjoys this too Their daughter, .ran. who is married to Lionel Baraet, lives m North Vfiann This makes it wonderfully es see their grandchild, Karen Jill, often; and s'ion there's going to he another one. Bernice reports happily. Sweet and lovely, a lad.', to her fingertips, one of Variety Children's Hospital favorites is Bernice Melniker Anftfe, Glide Exchange Vows In .1 double ring candlelight cer imony on Saturday, I'-h. >o. 8:3V >.m.. m Temple Zamora, liisi to ette Lenore Gllek became the 1 .• HI Lawrence \111u.'oral Gable Dr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. nd ilrs Joseph I. Ulick, L1781 9W -,-, • so 41 ami Heights. Rie room is 'i the late \li nd Mi Bai netl tnnis. bi Het hel Broom ol Femple ind Rabbi Morris Skop, temple Beth ilnra issi ted y in' ir Herman Gottlieb, officiated the ei smony Decor of the weddiri vas car ul 11 jold • Ide 1 is given •: %  iar %  .... y wed Mr-. d nal floor w'i lit white peau de soie, with cooped neckline, reembroidered itli seed pearls, .1 fitted bodice, ong sleeves to .1 wrist point, and pry bouffant skirt featuring 1 ihapel train hree-tiered French illusion "il fell from tiara il d pearls he carried the same Bible as her nother on her wedding day eovred '.'.tli white orchids, stephanos .md lily-of-the-valley Matron of honor tor her sister (rs Michael Rosenberg. Sutnsenber \ \ n d Ivy Levtne re flower girls. Laurie Levine unior bridesmaid, nen were Irving Levine ind ,.,.. Eishbein Ushers included ae Rosenberg 1 n 1 Bernard losenberg. f CONTiNJiNG A WONDERFUL SALE OF BEADED SHELLS. COCKTAIL AND FOR A/A L GOWNS KN r S-LINENS-COSTUMES .?TSWEAR Siies 3 to 13 Jean Berry 369 Miracle Mile 444-3667 Opn Mon. & Fri nights until 9 (or sophisticated Juniors SECRET OF FOOT COMFORT To enjoy your *y in Sunny Florida walk in comfort •nd b# happy in • pair of shoe* from — CHARLES R. REEVES rowiMr HA*H SHOtst CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR For The Family 838 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach ffSL?l 538-8589 and rhite. The in marriage y \nms selected lenth wedding \ tin..i MRS. UMMMCI 4NNIS %  "-e iride received her r. ducal ion from the CJniv H sir; imi and is teaching it Ban .-.in Elementary School n .1 1 n \i" snnis received his legr 1 :n edui im the University it A .1 ni ind is teaching it Cora Park Elementary School. Recepi on ind seared linner lowed it Temple Zamora The •• upie 1 %  i pending their honej moon n N issau, and upon their return, will make their home n Miami. former Miointan To Wed June 24 Mrs Helen R. Rosenthal. ol Mlmi n ach. and Sehwn jntoaenhal. >t New York City, announce ie u rthcoming marriage oi their ughter, Joan Louise, to Alan nkle. oi London, England, son ol r and Mrs Maurice Pinkie .1 ss Rosenthal, formerly MC >I die Religious School at .ie Emanu-El Miami Beach. is been living m London tor the i rhrei rs nother and aunt M I ine e 54 ••' li I [ogue ii i ondon : !cra Carlis iyes Spring RS+es ,i • and Mrs i harles Simon, ... sllison islam'., announce %  ;emenl of their laughter i iheilg Carlis, to Michael I* onson, of Dallas res bride-elecl graduated from ••• >xi School an led Penn State University irrouson graduated trom and Southern Methodisl %  i iity Law School \ spring wedding is planned Cor CniVliSS Se PERSONALIZED STATIONERY J DOROTM' GOLDMAN > HI 6 0852 26:5 SW 25th AVL KENT o^Humi Le Lians. Inc. Specializing in CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES for GENTLEMEN OUR MR HUBERT I invites your inquiry. • 215 SEYBOID BLDG Telephone FR 9-1506 TaL* anv KENT "hair or *ofa. 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riday. February 26. 1965 Jewish fhriJia/n Page 1 IB fe.h Am Vows >r KSosenbergs Frederick Paul Klosenberg and bride "ill live al 2851 SW bi Herbert V Lmgard at Temple Beth Am. |s followed by a reception. Foi the wedding, Hie bride chose irh'te floor-length gown of peas sc ic with small salin roses outled in tiny pearls and laec on bodice and train. Her bouquet la* "f white orchids. Bridal attendants were Joyce rr. matron of honor, Eileen inning, Arlene Wcinbers. Valor[Schwartz. Barbara Friedman, pkic Stahl and Sandie Kotnstein. desmaids. 8est man was Jerry Karr. and omsmen included Jerry Katzen, I etcher, Leslie Schwartz, GilChannlng and .Mike Liedman Now an executive secretary at lio station W'MBM. Hie bride i> graduate of Miami Senior H'gh Charron Williams Commercial lieushe is a membei oi Sigma |ta Phi and Civinioltes. graduate ol M i a m i Senior |h. the bridegroom Is attending Universitj ol Miami and i* aslant traffic manager at May per Movers. liss Teplitz In >au de Soic iwned in a while French mi Jtcd chantillj hue sheath o' e an de soie, the former D feplii' exchanged marriage vo ill Edward Felder on Satui laj b 2(1 |hi T p m ceremony at the Di i Jewell Hotel, performed bj Ral Leon Kronish, u is follow ed I y eception bv an art student .ii the L'nip n> ol Miami, the bride is a luate oi Miami Beach High [parents are Mr, and Mrs. Lou;i litz 4 10 N Meridian \ve |idal attendants included Roz in a i d ol honor. Ai lene Pat sj Pasanow (; loria |i.' Sharj Teplis, .i n d Pani Vflower _:irl graduate of University ol la, the bridegroom is sales tentative for Bobbie Brooks, le is the Bon Of Mr and Mrs. _|e Felder. 17941 NW 9th In ir return from a wedding It Mexico City and Acapulf. and Mrs. Fel ler will hve I'.'."!< lowers W r -Kali VRS. fltfPtRICK KlOStNBtRG /J Joss, Rose Will Live in Miami A reception and formal dinner >n the U r ;i d Ballroom of th< Americana Hotel followed the Sunday evening, Feb. 21, wedding icrc ol former Sharon Lee Rose nd James A, Jo: s. flabbi J o eph Carat oil ciated. < n their retui n fro m several vecks .i Nassau, the newiyweds rill live in Miami. Honor attendants were the . daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Perrj Schultz. 8951 SW ISth ler.. and a student al Temple Or Olom, won the Miss Smile contest on Skipper Chuck's Chan, i program. The contest was held as a series ol weekly eliminations in connec tion wi ( %  Nati nal Children's Den•al Health Week under auspices ol the Kasi Coast DentaJ Society, Sic Dairy Council of South Florida boDerating. Judges were Dr. Barry Becker, Man of the Health Week observance, and Mrs Joanne Jack. executive director ol the Dairy Council. Mr. Smile was Greg Griffin 8, .i i 1 mestead FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COLORFUL, FASHIONABLY PESIGMED, ASSORTED sins tin %  ToblM Tabl* Lintnl China Silver luor Trayi O'IM Urni %  Bari Dane* Floor Personalized Servict Telephone 633-3281 Farband Branch Meeting Tuesday ch.nm Weizmann Branch of Farband will hold its regular meeting ..ii Tuesday, H p.m., at the Washington Federal Auditorium on Nor mandy Isle Social chairman, Aaron KatZ, will 'Utline plans for the annual dinnei to be held May 2 at the Shelborne Motel. Chairman Moe Levin will deliver a talk on "What is Going on in Mapai—Bcn-Gurion and Esh kol at the National Convention." The social hour will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman in honor of their 51st anniversary. JIKI the meeting is open to the public. I fyovinson Places First H. B. Novinson and Associate-, general agency lor Provident Life and Accident Insurance Compan> o| Chattanooga, Tenn., placed first in the nation among all general agencies of Provident for the month of January, with production "1 almost S2,000.0ii0 i n ordinary : uslness. The firm, specializing in corporate and estate planning, recently moved into its new suite at 1C88 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach. JWV Co-Sponsors Brotherhood Fete "Brothers in Arms — Citizens Toether" will be the theme of the fate-wide Brotherhood program sponsored by the Jewish War Vet • -ran. and the Cultural Committee I North Miami Beach Municipal Vuditorium. Co-chairmen arc state Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie, of the Jewish War Veterans, and Aaron Donahay, ol the Cultural Committee, ol North Miami Beach. Veteran leaders participating in the program are Daniel Seal Heller, of Miami Beach, immediate past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans; Ed Tietjen. of Clearwater, state commander of the Disabled American Veterans; Clarence Decker, of Holly wood, state senior vice commander of the Disabled American Veterans; M. J. Benson, of Ocala. State commander of the Veterans of For eign Wart; Capt. Fred H. Calbes. ol Miami. USNR, past commander of the Reserve Officers Association of Florida; County Commissioner Joseph A. Boyd. Jr.. of Hialeah, past state commander of the American Legion. Among other public officials participating will be Rep. Claude Pep per. County Mayor Charles Hall. Asst U.S. Attorney James Matthew-. Vice Mayor William McDonald, of North Miami Beach. Vice Mayor Leonard Kimball, of North Miami. County Commissioner Thomas o'Mallcy. State Reps. Lee Weissenborn, Richard Pettigrew and Ralph Poston, and Jewish War Veterans National Executive Committeeman frv Steinberg. TO APPL* ...QUICK TO DRY FUN TO TRY %  m„ % % % %  ^ Deborah Forms So. Dade Unit A new group. South Ode Chapter Of Deborah Hospital, has been add ed to the non-sectarian hospital in Browns Mill, N. J. Founder is Mrs Marvin Weisbrot. Newly-elected president, Larrj Grossman, "ill conduct the first ting Wednesday al the Dabilu Restaurant, 8938 Bird Rd.. at 8 p.m. Other officers are James P Fruil Jr., Frank Englert, vice president; Emanuel Spitzer, treasurer; Mrs, Hal Berman, Mrs Chris Rossetti, j Mrs. Marvin Weisbrot, secretaries Equipped for open heart surgery, Deborah Hospital services are nee tu those unable to pay flLtfTaLAMBEIH Vapex HOUSE PAIN 1 so WHI rt > PR ATT & LAMBERT Yap ex ILATEXJ Villa's Chef At Burdine's Burdine's shoppers in the down town Miami store have a Heal awaiting them en Mar. 5. Miami Springs Villas head thef, !oe Kilwine, will take over The Kitchen"' on the stores fifth floor at noon for an hour-long discourse and demonstration on how to gel the most out of recipes. Kilwine. l,i ad chef al the Villas for the past eighl years, i one of the area's i.ip chefs "The Kitchen" at Burdine's downtown Miami store is a new venture where gourmet foods will be sold to the public. Emanu-EI Memorial On Satin-day morning, at the regular Sabbath services of Temple Emanu-El, the family of the late Jacob B. Spund will dedicate a me morial door in his memory Active in the community for many years before his death. Spund was ;i member of the Board of Directors of the congregation. Participating in the dedication will be his widSavee time! Saves work! Saves trouble I Goes on with greatest ease. Dries in minutes. Brushes clean up with soap and water. An excellent, weather-resistant, blister-resistant, alkali-resistant, faderesistant paint for both exterior wood and masonry! 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Pag* 12 B fJmlsti Hcr/dlarJ Friday, February 26, 1965, •ji TEMPLE Sinai of North Dade held a box supper and square danee Saturday night in the Temples Reception Hall. Chairman of the evening was Mrs Seymour Shafran. who wore a black and white oversize check with a single flower embroidered in alternate squares. The Rabbi's wife, Mrs. Daniel Lowy. was in a red and white j-ingham double-breasted check shift with targe pearl buttons. Mrs. Edward Auerbach chose a blue denim jumper with a flared skirt especially suited for square dancing. Deep patch pockets were on the skirt, and a tailored red and while checked blouse was worn with the jumper. Gold slacks were the choice of Mrs. Irving Jacobson. Her long-sleev


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Priday^ebruary 26. 1965 +Jewisti flrridii/: Page 13-B COHtN SYNAGOGUE 'Renowned Cantor To be Heard On Miami Beach Cantor Moshe Koussevitsky will j give a Purim concert on Sunday. I Mar. 7. 8 p.m.. at the Jacob C. I Cohpn Community Synagogue. \ 1532 Washington Ave. Bern in Smorgon. Lithuania, at an early age he succeeded the faj mow Cantor Mordecai Hershman as head cantor of the Wilno Great Synagogue, as well as the re. I nowned Cantor Sirota as head can3 tor of the Tlomatsky Synagogue in I Warsaw. He made hit debut as a concert artist and operatic singer in Paris prior to World War II, and was also heard in Brussels and Antwerp. During and after the war. he appeared frequently in Glasgow. Manchester, Birmingham and other British cities, as well as twice ,ii the Royal Albeit Hall in LonFontainebleau Hotel's Separate Kosher Kitchen Hakes Dietary Laws a Pleasure CANTOR MOSHi KOUSSIVITSKY lie conducted Passover sedorim at the Tel Aviv Sheraton Hotel in. ii 1962 through 1964, and pres i ntly occupies the position of r at tlie Beth Kl Syna II in New York. Mrs. Weiss at Roney Mrs Beatrice Weiss, executive director, National Bar Mitzvah Club, will be at the Rone) Plaza for :i week. Mrs. Weiss, a winter w-ilor, is a past member of the Board of Directors of the national Ha dassah organization ami of the Jew ish National Fund. Where but on Miami Beach can you go to a French hotel and get the best kosher food? The hotel, of course, is the Fontainebleau where, according to Lester Faley. banquet manager, their chefs can cook in any language and to any specifications. "We cater more kosher dinners than any hotel in the area." said Mr. Paley. who also pointed out that the Fontainebleau has maintained and operated a special ko sher kitchen since its opening. "Many temples have their dinners al the Fontainebleau for this reason," Paley explained, "as do the State of Israel Bond functions and other major local and national organizations." "We bring in a mashgiach to supervise the kashruth. He prepares our stoves according to regulations. He covers the steam tables with paper. He makes certain the meat and fowl have plumbas (tags certifying their kashruth)." And. in addition to the separate kosher kitchens, there are separate cooking utensils Ben Novack. president of the Fontainebleau. is a pioneer in this field In the past, in order to prepare a kosher meal, the hotel wa i required by the rigors of dietary laws to limit the menu. Now, how ever, there are many new kosher products on the market which the Fontainebleau Hotel uses in order to make kosher dining less constrained. For example, it is now possible to have coffee and "cream" at a strictly kosher Fontainebleau banquet thanks to a mocha mix made from soy beans. And, for that baked potato, there is now kosher and parve margarine. According to Paley, with these new ingredients, the Fontainebleau's menus can include asparagus hollandaise and spareribs and even egg rolls can be simulated, while the dinner can be topped off with kosher ice cream or strawberry short cake featuring whipped cream made from a mocha mix. "Until about six years ago. it was permissible to serve champagne at. a kosher dinner. Now only a kosher wine is allowed at the Fontainebleau," he explained. "This mean-, of course, no ManSEN NOVACK hattans or Martinis They require vermouth, which is not kosher. Our aim to fulfill the dietary laws to the letter prevents us from, making any compromise whatsoever." Temple Sinai Study Course On Mondaj evening, the final session of the integrated Bible and Hebrew study course for adult, will be conducted by Rabbi Daniel M Lowy at Temple Sinai. Summer Camps Slate Programs for Children Blue Star Camps This will be the 17th season for Clue Mar lamps .situated in the i.iui Ridge Mountains of North I Carolina, near Hendersonville. red to the needs of girls and [boys from 7 to 17. the all-over proIgram is divided into six separate II rograms for different age groups. In addition to all the usual campactivities, the 500-acre private WIN A FABULOUS VACATION FOR TWO At the Exclusive-Kosher CORONET HOTEL Miami Beach enter the Charter Day Award Contest sponsored by THE JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. Miami Beach RULES On a separate sheet of paper write an essay in 25 words or less on WHAT I CONSIDER THE OUTSTANDING TSATURt OF THE JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNACOGUt, attach a dollar donation and mail 'o CHARTER DAY AWARD CONTEST, care of the Synagogue. As many entries may be sent as *e Mountains. Founder-directors are Harry G. and Herman M. I'opkin, lino Crescent Ave.. NE, Atlanta. Ga. For further information in the Miami area contact Mrs Lil Rosen. Mrs Roz Sutta or Harrv Kaplan. i • • Camp Timber Tops Camp Timber Tops, the mountain camp for girls, is in the beaulitul I'ocono Mountains of Greeley, Pike County, Fa. Limited in enrollment, with a counsel staff of young college women trained for the activities they supervise, camp program is i planned to meet the interests and needs of the 8 to l.Vyear-old campers and to develop mental, social, emotional and physical growth. Two-thousand feet above sea level, the camp site provides perfect spots for overnight trips which are a part of every summer program • Camp Judaea Camp Judaea will begin its nth season this summer, the third at ils site located six miles east of Hendersonville, N.C., in the heart oi the Blue Ridge Mountains, over 2,000 feet above sea level. Camp Judaea is a non-profit camp sponsored by Florida, Southeastern, and Southern Hadassah and the Southeastern Region oi the Zionist Organization of America, through the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. Embodiment of Young Judaea, youth movement of Hadassah and Zionist Organization of America, the camp program is designed to translate into a day-byday living pattern those values which com1 prise the Young Judaean program on a year-round basis Not only will campers of Camp Judaea live a creative Jewish life, but they will develop talents in many areas of camping. These include swimming, canoeing, riflery, archery, land sports, campcraft. arts and crafts, dramatics, and field trips to tourist attractions in western North Carolina. The brother movement of Young Judaea is the Tsofim (Scouts of Israel). Camp Judaea's staff of mature counselors and specialists, college men and women, educators and group workers, are chosen because of skills in camping, education, group work. Young Judaea and Judaism. Many have spent from ; a summer to a year in Israel. For further information write to j George Stern, 50 Whitehall. Suite 702, Atlanta. Ga. • Lake Owego Camp Lake Owego Camp, limited to I boys 8 to 15. occupies 125 private and secluded acres of pine, spruce and hemlock forests atop the Pocono Mountains in Lords Valley. Ilawley. Pa. Mature and experienced cabin lenders supervise the camp program of waterfront activities. crafts, athletics, riflery. scouting. fishing, archery, canoe trips, ten-1 •us, water-skiing, skin diving and scuba. Friday evening services are held throughout the eight-week camp season, and a resident registered nurse and a physician are on 24-1 hour call. Camp director is Carl Freedman, currently youth director of K. I. Synagogue in Elkins Park and physical education teacher in the Mayfair School of Philadelphia. Camp Osceola (l|)( '" t0 uo vs ;,!U| '-' rls from s Camp Osceola. a, Horseshoe. N ^^^SELS? C. management owned and opernon-sectarian certified educators ated. is accepting registrations For information on the camp for the four or eight-week camp which starts June 26 and runs to season. A ug. 19. call HI 5-3585. CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A DIFFERENCE HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. OUR 12th SEASON BOTS & GIRIS 3rd 10th GRADES IN THl PiCTURESQUt BlUt RIDGE MOUNTAINS $465-8 WEEKS $245-4 WEEKS ALL THE USUAL CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming Instruc fion & Canoeing Dramatics Nature Study — Camp-Outs Etc. A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUR CAMPERS — Israeli Folk Dancing and Singing — Discussion Groups — Special Projects. SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will Participate for Entire Season. STRICT KASHRUTH OBSERVED. TRIPS to the Many Outstanding Scenic Attractions of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Call FRANK FARBENBLUM, Director 945-9665 Miami or Write 50 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION Sponsored By Hadassah and Zionist Organitation of America "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose" BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA '20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains) GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS 18 SEASON Campers meet at nearby NEW "-Hour resort Airoart IN GREATER MIAMI AREA PLEASE CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 1.8205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 DR. & MRS IRVING BERNSTEIN UN 63244 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 21162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason BASKETBALL CAMP. Special Creative Arts Center for Dance. Drama & Art. Also 7-Day Israeli Folk-Dance Workshop by Fred Berk. Dietary Laws Observed. CALL LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT OR Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS For NEW 50-Page CATALOGUE: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin Full-time Winter Address: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309 or Call Area Code 404472-4723 TWO FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS IN THE POCONOS LAKE GWEGO TIMBER TOPS The Mountain Camp For Boys 8-15 Director: Carl freedman The Mountain Camp For Girls 8-15 Director: Mel I. Brodsky • Water Sports • Pioneering • Private Lake • Campcraft • Trips • Athletics • Athletics • Scuba • Water Sports • Scouting • Canoe Trips • Private lake 4 WEEKS $300 8 WEEKS $550 Separate Camps 2 Miles Apart Sponsored by PINE FOREST CAMP LOCAL REPRESENTATrVE: Fifhion Studios of Dancing I Drama 333 W. 47th Street, Miami Beach 531-7883 A****A*r^**A**^********Ar\A*A***r>^*^r^^*^*^^^^^ r ^^ CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROLINA-In Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM Strict Supervision Owned I Operated By MR. IRWIN B. MARSHAL Principal For Information now, call HI 5-3585 Humanity" i n honor of Brothersfsociation, is entitled "Jewish ter. Larry Taylor and Sol Roth. Ri ^ H /'^Tr," .... ul 1051 Colllnn > %  %  11.1 s \V i .1. line K'l. hood Week. Ilist.ir\ were in charge of arrangements. Cork City. Uordon. j 26, 3 5-12-19



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Friday. February 26. 1965 Mmfeft ncrtdliar) Paqe 15-B A: a dinner in the Tides Hotel in honor of win. loseph Mintzes, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Mayor of Beersheba E'iahu Navi end Mrs. Mayor and Mrs. Navi, and Metro Mayor and Navi ore (left to riqht) board members Mr. and Mis. Chuck Hall. Beth Israel Girls, age 11 through 14. will hold a fund-raising bazaar on Sunday. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Beth Israel, 711 40th St. Members include Mindy Bastacky, Gila Berger, Lenore Bienenfeld, Bayleen Bogen, Linda Ehrenreich, Tova Horovitz. Rhonda Kass, Miriam Melnick, Susan Moss, Sherry Pollack. Sorel Schreiber, June Schechter, Jackie Weinstein, Karen Zuckerman and Linda Zuckerman. Project will raise funds for educational and religious institutions in Israel. Rabbi Rosenberg To be Specker Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg, of Beth Tzedec, Toronto, Canada, will speak on "The Bible and Psychiatry" on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at Beth Torah Congregation. The announcei ii was made s e j in our nn, president the Southeast ion of the led s> nagogue \m erica, who %  .11 introduce the ker. IB! ROSlNBtRCRabbi Korennerg is the author cf r.inc books. He writes a week•y column which appears in ten Canadian and US. newspapers, and holds a Doctor of Philosophy dtcroe from Columbia University. Ho was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and has received national renown as a speaker, leetuior, and author. The public is invited, and a question and answer period will follow the discussion. The United Synagogue of America is ihc organization of conservative synagogues numbering over 810 affiliated congregations, with a constituency of over one million Rabbi Rosenberg will speak in West Palm Beach and Sarasoia. as well as Miami. Sunshine 'Country fair' Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, is sponsoring a "country lair" on Tuesday, Mar. 9. starting at 10 a.m., at Washington Federal Auditorium. 167th St. and NE 6th Ave. Chairing the affair, open to the public, is Mrs. Dorothy Burg President of the group is Mrs. Flor ence Bernstein. Beersheba Mayor Guest of Honor At Reception Mayor of Beersheba, Israel. Eli ,.hu Navi. and Mrs. Navi were hosted recently at a dinner in then honor by Mr. and Mrs. Morris ; S'ewmark, >>i V.;c Tides Hotel. At the dinner held in uie 1 id< n behalf of Kaput Holim medical services in Israel, Mayor and Mrs \avi were greeted bj Jacob liii rin, chairman, and Mrs. Rifkin, as well as by Rabbi Leon Kronish, ol remple Beth Sholom, honorarj chairman Many prominent leaders here joined in the dinner event for the drive to support Israel's medical service, which maintains 16 major hospitals and 1,"00 health centers serving some 70 percent of the young country's population. Newmark serves as treasurer n he Greater Miami Council to Medical Services in Israel. At the d i n n e r. atetro Mayoi 'buck Hall and Mrs Hall, who had donated a medical clinic near Haifa to Kupat Holim. received | keys to the City of Beersheba. and in turn presented Mayor Navi with | an official welcome on behalf of Dade County. Also. Miami Beach Mayor Mel\ in Richard and Mayor Navi exhanged keys to their respective cities at the dinner. Pompano Park Secretary Series In Second Week Poi ipano Pa 000 Seen tary's Series, the harness track's first stakes program, moves into its second week Saturday night The series is for three and fourear-old pacer and has attracted he besl horses currently cama rting in south Florida As many as three divisions v/ill be presented again Saturday night. The series began last Saturday, and when 21 pacers were named. Racing Secretary Bill Connors made up three races with seven horses in each. The first three events all wont to the favorites. Proud Victor won the first division, and it marked his eighth isit to the winner's circle at I'OIIIpano Park this winter. No other horse has ever won eight-races at the track. Duke's Son took the honors in the second division when he cann Irom iar back lor driver Del Miller. Duke's Son turned in the fastis) mile ol the evening when he vas timed in 2:01 4 5. Russet Chip won the third div. ision, leading from start u> finish i i driver Tommy Wmn Saturday night, Connors will match up the races to bring the three winners together in one division along with the three second place finiihers. Dukes Son figures iii go to the post as the tavorite in the race as ie is the only horse tu best Proud \ ictor at the meeting and he has u ne ii tw ice Both victories, however, were ..ruled by the photo finish camui. and Proud Victor is certainly I Bible to v, hip Duke's Son. Mir Saturday program will also feature the best older pacers on the grounds who will be going in the seventh race on the 10-event program. BENJAMIN, Mr Frances, 1228 Weal Ave., (Ill 'I !•'• b. 19 RlVel KAHN. Pi la .1 76, at 1 l"9 I ltd filed I'. I. 19 Rlvi i ldi MADANXK. M Vniul, %  BH> I ,;.... RAC NE. I 'hal I. I Ave.. it lei I I'. Ii Rlvi FCRIMA. R rwi SW -Hi St., died : SHRIBER. n I Pi I 2il Rlvi FULD, l: ... 11 n. I N Mi ll Inn P. Rtversldi KLPFERBERG. Ini y, 63, %  i • i i -• i I I 17. Rlvei SALTMAM 1,1 %  7 ll> Ui'. Hell Fell Haven, • ''.nn Rlvi rslde SCHARF. liii) III i .1 I "• I i ; Servici i N..I. WEINER. Sarah ill (744 I ii. illi i I", i. I • New : %  OOR3EK, Mrs I Hm tte, S5, i I I :i-.-:i IH Ul riled I-'. I. in In.ii. i napoll I: Heart Fund Drive Extended Because of the heavy rains Sun day. Louis Wolf-on. general chair •nan of the 15)65 Heart Fund cam paign of the Heart Association ol Greater Miami, announced that the Heart Sunday drive is being ..tended through Feb 28. The door-to-door canvass is con tinuing and will end on Sunday. Feb. 28 All coordinators have been informed ol the change in plans and have been instructed to pass thi vord along to the 12.000 Hi at I Sunda*' v ilunte< i LEGAL NOTICE Seth Torah CJA Drive Monday Mayor and Sirs. Arthur 1. Snyder i North Miami Beach, have in\ ited cading members oi Beth Torah ongregation to attend the .,1 event ol the North Dade Com%  I Ji wish Appi il at the i 2701 NE 194th Ter., on ilo lay, 8:30 p m. Samuel 'ox and Lou Taj lor art as co-chairmen ol rorah Congregation's participation Mayor Snyder, a pasl president f the congregation, will host the vent and a number of other functons are planned both by leaders I Beth Torah and by leading mem iiol other important North >ade congregations in support ol lie CJA drive. >Jew Products Join Pepsi Firm Two new products joined the American Beverage family t soft drinks in 1%4. and helped add to the record sales year accordin" i Nathan Darsky chairman of the ard. Diet Pepsi, the new sugar-free iroducl ol the Pepsi Cola Cornany, was introduced into Akron, ?avton Youngstown, and Miam kpts • and met ith extrem 'i i h consumer acceptanci Darskj said Mounl .n. Dew, ,i newly-formu -. sofl rti nk, •.i all \niiTi an Beverage m i ie ,1.1. Ttising %  ml the (i lalitj ol the be :•• I", Dl I runaway -"ft drink success ol thi vear," Darskj addi Rafcbi Rossniefd to Speak bl David Rosenfeld will be on Ch. lo at ii a.m., Sun. day o n the Jewish Worship Hour ll; s topic will be "Symphony of Humanity" in honor of Brotherhood Week. Adult Courses At Beth Am Adult education courses held at remple Beth Am every Monday. 8 p.m.. are open to the public. Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum ;ard, president, Rabbinical Assoation of Greater Miami, is con ducting a course on "Talmudu Parallels in the New Testament." sul ject f series bj Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El. executive vice president of the Rabbinical \s tociation, is entitled "Jewish History." Viennese Singer In Concert Here Miami Beach Loyal Order ol the Moose Lodge announced a concert for the benefit Of residents at Douglas Gardens of the Jewish Home f 0 r the Aged on Wednesday evening. Fred Pit dei. Viennese singer and pianist hi Bded a pro LI am of Yiddish English and Vi ennese songs. I'i.hler owns a number of LonPICHltR don hotels, and make, his horn.' in Miami Beach during the win ter. Larry Taylor and Sol R ith were in charge of arrangements Rabbi Lowy Will Participate Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. of Tern pie Sinai, will participate in the Executive Committee meetings of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations featuring interreligIOIIS discussions. On Saturday evening, at Temple Both Sholom on Miami Beach, he A ill deliver the benediction. On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. at the Americana Hotel. Judge Stanley Pred. a member of Temple Sinai and president of the Southeast Florida Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, will moderate a pane! discussion. Abe Robinson Passes Away. M Services for Abe Robinson, <<• I 140 NE 159th St.. No Miam I, ach, were held Feb. 8 in ,i. i : ,al Vlton R I Mr Rol son ho died Feb. 6. .•ame to Miami Irom New York ilj 30 years i o and was retired en1 ol Perrine Park Enter.rises, a land development agencj iii Dade. He was an Army veteran of both /crld Wars, a member ol Veterans H Foreign War-. American Legion, ewish War Veterans, B'nai B'rith and Harmony Lodge. surviving are h a wife, Frieda, md a brother, Leo Robinson. NATHANSON. Juc-ob, -:'.. .a Holly I, Ha riled l-. li. IS. s irvlved I iy w|fi Fnnnlr, %  daughter, Mrs. Kami Chapman, .vii.oni Beach, ami four >.u> CVRKIN, Mon 62, nf 3930 No, Meridian vv. died l'. li -"-'. Newman. -bTERSON. Leah, 64, of 6336 Lenox Avi dii .1 %  '• li 22, Rlvi rnlde. KAPLAN, Abraham, "3, ol l!H H Wth St., Hlaleah, riled Feb 21. Newman GOLDBERG. Ruth, '.'-'. r>i S9IK) .->• ,-.li t*t., riled Feb. 21, Gordon. HOCHBERG. I'l.r.i. 93, at 1218 Euclid .w. ,11. ,1 I eli. 21. Riv -MI. INSLER. Challeii II.. HI'S, ... ol 1441 \,, .iiii, son Vv. died Heh 20 Rl\i i HIIII KERLAN. Joseph, 77. ..r .'7.'SW 24th i\-i ,u, I I-". i. .1 .-. rvlei Rlvi RICH, Joseph VV., TS, ..I 1061 \v .ii. .1 Peb 21 s. n li • in .\. v..i k Cltj I '•' %  > don. CiRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DA.DE COUNTY. FLA. No. 65C 2072 KV |-;i ISA ItlVAS, I HSV VI !>• i: v ndanl NOTICE QV PUBLICATION ..... I'nki ill., -.i v. .i • %  filed llIK Nh'lii il.AS \ vv ':•': vv %  Mlam n.. and rib irlnlnal with I'lerV of this I'ourl on ,,,\,. for< Mai. h 2S, 196I>, othei • %  i lomiilulnl ivlll .,,r, —..i i,> >.I lATKI' I • bruarj 24, HS.">. !•: i: I.EATHERMA.V, Plerh Ixeal i Bj I ,I M-.'l. SON I i. |.my Clerk .' 26, %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 2057 CISKI.A I'AKKTs M.VKi ll'l.If.S Plaintiff, \ B, PAl'L MAROCL.IE8, I lefendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl' Paul Margullei ill Martenae St., Brookl) n. New York you, Paul M.oL-uli.s. are hereby notified thai %  • Bill .if Complaint f'" Divorce )i.ibeen filed against you and you ari required t" Bervs a copj of your AM.-W.I or Pleading i" the Bill of Complaint on t iiPlaintiff's attorney, Mux A. floldfarb, ill Biscayne Bids 19 Weal Plagler Street. Miami, Plorida and file the original Answer "i Pleading In the office ol the Clei I. "i thi Circuit Court % %  oi :, ih.. Ith da> of April, 1965. If v.,ii fall : Judg in by defaull will I., taken ugalnsl you for the ri lief ill rti .1 in the Kill "f Com].|,Hill riiiII. .i lei -ii %  il be published oni • eaeh ".-i-U I nsei itlve week* ,. THK IBW ISH l'"l.' >KIL>IAN IMI.M: ANli IR1>ERED at Mlam :i-i, iiaj of Kebruarv VI' i: B I.D.V IIII:I:M.VN I I 'iivuli '..-ii i. I lade County, I I Is 14} I I Ni:i.Si ..\ .. u} Clerk %  : 26, 3 : %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2024 KI.MI: .;I:I:I.NVVM,II. itlff, v ,:i iWAKI I (IREKNWi ID, i', i. ndant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION EDW v i: I • UREENWI K)D, 140 Mapli Avenue, Rlverhead, Long Is. land, N.Y., are required i" file your inswei : % %  the t'omplaint for pivorce with the Clerk of the above Court and -, i \, ii copj thereof upon Hei man Cohen, !•:> %  'i. 1310-11 Congress Building, Miami, Plorida, on or before tprll 29th, 1966 or else complaint will bi taken as confessed. DATED, Feb. ii.ii y 26lh, 1965. E, I! I. I:\T11K.11M.\N Clerk of thi Clr.-nli (•.•on i s, ul i By: Margui rluMorford i., put) Olerk 2 26, 3 B-12-19 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NDT1CE IS lli:i'.l"l'.Y (jrVTEN lhal hi undersigned, desiring to engage in I liaalm -s under the fli lltlous name ol 111. VNK OPKICK Pl'RNITl'RE at 156 u ; Ploi Ida Intends tn reglsti -.ii.l II. nn, uiili the Clerk ,.f ii,, in ih -Court of I'nde Count) Iloi BI. v\K I NO IRPORATED Bj nk, i v sldent MNSI EE R, BRDIE i rjiorated \ i ...i. une Rd, Coral liabli s, Ilorlda 33131 I 36, 1 5-11



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Formal Opening Exercises for Bureau #irAm -JL JV. LrJL. JL^4L JLC*V JV K m opcn i„ B exercises ol opening Miami. Florida, Friday. February 26. 1965 Section C %  ormal opening the new offices of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be held on Sunday from 2:30 to 5 p.m. The Bureau's new Offices are at 940 Lincoln itoao Mall. Miami Beach, and consist of nine roomin the south section of the street level of the building. The offices include the Bureau's free circulating Central Jewish Library, awell .is hoard room and class rooms for the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School and College di Jewish Studies. The Bureau recently moved f r o m iirold building at 135 NW 3rd Ave.. Miami, at the request of the Florida State Road Commission, which is complel ing the North-South Expresswaj through lhat area The building will be o i> e n throughout the afternoon. Form be held at 3 p.m. Greetings will be extended by Mayor Mel via J. Richard, of Miami Beach; Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. on behalf of the Greater Miami Kabbinical Association; and Sidnej Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Students of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School will present a dramatic reading. Joseph Cohen, president ;>t the Bureau, and Louis Schwartzman, executive director, will respond in the greetings Offices of the Bureau will be open to the general public during the afternoon. Arrangements Committee consists ol Mesdames Joseph Duntov, Albert E Ossip, Matilda !l Ratner. Meyer A. Ma-kin. M a x Meisel, Louis Schwartzman, Herbert Zvi Ber •JIT. Nathaniel Soroff, Leonard Zilbert. Vlelvyn B Fru kc::ee circulating library of the Bureau at 940 9.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and Enq>ln Road Mall. The library contains over lish. HIGHLIGHTS OF AN AGENCY'S MANY CONTRIBUTIONS 25fh YEAR Of SERVICE TO COMMUNITY Coordination of Jewish Education Here Began With Associated Talmud Torahs Education Activities From College to TV Programs ilights of Bureau activities %  i pa>t year disclosed edual efforts affecting all age The Bureau's 23rd anual dinner was held at the Dip • Country Club on Nov. 15. Rep Claude Pepper. Congress: Florida, was the featured speaker and nine educational di %  ectors of the congregational schools were honored for three r more years <>f service to the munity. Living Ifebrew." the Bureau's 1 television program, began is seventh year of broadcasts on \o\ "> for is weeks over WTHS, "ban 2. the Community Tele•ion F i> u n d a 11 <> n. Louis rtzman, Bureau executive director, continued as instructor, basing the broadcasts on lessons I'nm "Ethics of the Fathers" in tempi to make the Hebre\ anguage a mirror for Hebrew I pi and valueThe College ol Jewish studio ipened m tour location-. Includ%  v in South Miami Courses directed chief!) at teach Tin studies ol Hebrew, Bible. Current Jewish Prob'cm. i Jewish Waj of Life. The also offered special sesn Fridaj mornings to all IS in Bible, Helm W Cram id i omposition. De\ elop• "i ihc Prayer Book, and Methods oi teaching in both lie and one-day-a-week depart The Bureau ottered assistance ii hers in many forums and for Hebrew teachers, mi i. \ i %  • ek teacher-. a n d pre school teachers and publication ol pedagogic bulletins and bulletins for all Jewish holidays of the year. Among the activities of the Bureau was the 14th annual grad nation exercises ol the Bureau, held on May 19 at Beth David Congregation, whet* vj urauua.li!>. received diplomas from the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau, and diplomas were distributed to 45 students, graduates of six years ol study in Hebrew departments of eight congregational school.-. Feature ol the exercisew a s a narrative cantata 'Justice and Judaism." adapted a n > Mr. Schwartzman. The Bureau iimplementing its accreditation program for all Jewish schools, to go Into effect September. 1965. The program, instituted to emphasize quality instruction, has now been submit ted to all schoolwith special ( ',,., k lists "i qualifications noted The check lists are being i eviewed with educational directors oi all schooland deficiencies brought to the attenti in ol each individual school The qualifications particularly call for employing qualified bcensed teachers, providing sul he.-lit time on a week!) h.'>i> for instruction, and acceptance ol code< of practices tor all educa lional pern nnel. The Bureau's Board ol License continued it.function ol qualifying teacherwho meet the standards -et forth b) the Bureau's Codes of Practice lor ail teachers. The Bureaus Board ol License irecognized by the National Board of License of the Continued on Pabt 3-C In moving to its new offices at 840 Lincoln Boad Mall, Miami Beach, t h e Bureau of Jewish Education will soon reach its 25th year of educational service to the Greater Miami Jewish Community. in 1941 in an effort to "coordinate the program ot Jewish education in Greater Miami. the first central agency loi Jewish Education emerged at the Associated Talmud Torahs of Greater Miami. This was 24 years ago. It reappeared in 1942 as the Jewish Education ASSOCIUNIFIED SUPERVISION AHD GUIDANCE Bureau is Likened To Instruction Board For County Schools New office of 'he executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Standing is Herbert Zvi Berger. associate director of the Bureau, conferring with Louis Schwartzman (seated), executive director of the Bureau, in his new executive office. The Bureau of Jewisn Education can well be compared with the Dade Count) Board of Public Instruction, the Bureau assisting, supervising, and guiding the administrative ami programming policy ol the .1 e w i i schoolJust as the I) a the Bureau of Jewish Education oilers these service.i" its affiliated Jewish schools, along with in-training classes for Jewish teachers, pub lication ot festival and pedagogic bulletins, and constant research lor improving educational standards The Bureau's College of Jewish Studies nas expanded its pro gram of teacher training in ;i'i attempt t" meet the critical .shortage ol teacherin this area. Again, like the Bade County Board, the Bureau sponsors si ondary education by admitting graduates ot the elemental Jewish schools to itHebrew High School for lour years ot training. Today, thenare some '.i'i students registered In eleven classes, meeting m lour geographical areas •! Greater Miami. Recently, 19 students graduated to enter higher schools of learning. With greater emphasis demanded today lor secondary Jewish education, tne Hebrew High School iattempting to ex pand its operation. Through itCollege ot Jewish studies, the Bureau inow implementing a systematic plan for adult Jewish Studies The Bureau also provides program service to all Jewish organizations for meetings and special events of the year — Book Month. Education Month. Music Month — making use ol its extensive audio-visual materials of films, film strips and recordings, The Bureau Iparticularly proud oi its Central Jewish Library of Judaica, containing almost 9,000 volumes in Hebrew Yiddish and English. Teachers scholars, ami general hook lovers borrow over 5.000 volumes each year under the library Iree circulating plan ation. and then in 1944 assumed the name of the Bureau ol Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Louis Heiman was first pre-ident of the newly-organized Bureau, with Abe Cannes as il first professional director. In 1949. Louis Schwartzman succeeded Cannes as executive director, during the term of its second president. Max Meisel. In 1952. the Bumiu moved from its limited quarters in the Con-resBuilding to ithome at 135 NW 3rd Ave.. the former Talmud Torah building of Beth David Congregation. From thai date, live presidents have served: Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. Sol Goldman. Meyer A. Baskin and Joseph Cohen. Under the administration of Joseph Cohen, reelected for a third term as president, the Bureau moved to its present new offices at 940 Lincoln Road Mall. The Bureau's charter seeks to do and perform all acts and things necessary or proper lor the advancement ol Jewish education in Greater Miami and the extension, intensification and improvement of facilities for Jewish education in such community The Bureau's objectives are to coordinate, supervise all Jewish Schools, provide secondary Jewish education, recruit, tram, at credit teachers, publish educational bulletins and curricula. conduct College ol Jewish StUdies, operate a central Jewish library, initiate research and experimentation, .i n d interpret Jewish educational needs to community, youth, and adult. Ihe Bureau oi Jewish Education o| dealer Miami iIhe educational arm of the Creator Miami Jewish Federation Office workers of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Standinq deft to right) are Marian Kaye, secretary; Anna R. Sintow, librarian. Seated (left to right) are Lillie Kimler. secretary; Louise Hirsch. administrative assistant.



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Page 2-C +Jfnistneridrfon Friday, February 26, 1955 "Challenge of Change' to be B'nai B'rith Women's Confab Theme in Washington Shown admiring the Tree of Life, theme of the mid-winter tea honoring life members of Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood recently are Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. Elliott Harris, life memberhip chairman and chairman of the day; and Harry A. Levy sole male guest among some 400 women, who participated In the life membership ceremony on behalf of his wife. Davida, a new life member who, as a member of the cast, was backstaae and could not participate herself. Program which featured a Chai Fashion Show by CeLan Fashions, was under the direction of Mrs. Jacob Katz men rrogram v ; c? rre-.ident, and included coordinator, Mrs. Foul Pollak; commpr.tator Mrs. Thpodore Kipnis; soloists, Mrs. Saniord Btirns and Mrs. Harrv A. L*>vv models: Mrs. Donald ;r, Mrs. Charles Binder, Mrs. Max Dinisman. Mrs. Perry Xcye Mrs. Alexander Koaan. Mrs. Murry Koretzkv, Mrs. Harrv A. I.evv Mrs. Sam Lubv Ir., Mrs. Dave B May Mrs. Charles Roser.Mr", Mrs. Martin Smith end Mr*. Philio Thau. Fashion comments were wiitten bv Trixie Levin. Sponsors for the afternoon wore Mrs. Ab Green, Mrs. Morns Hirsch and Mrs. Israel Taines. Tab'e decorations wore prepared by Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Mrs. Hcrbrrt S. Shapiro is president of the Sisterhood. With a rheme of The Challenge el Change." B'nai B'rith Women, international service organization. will hold its first '< ewrtes eon vention Mar 7 to 11 a1 the Shera ton Park Hotel in Washington D.C Mrs l.cmard M ShTffl. "I Detroit. BBW president, has announced. Top government offrcntls. lewl ers in pafMfc affairs and prominent experts in various areas ol soeial welfare \\:ll describe the vital economic, soclologieal. an 1 cultural changes today at the Kv iia\ session and show BOW the\ rep resent a call to action to vohm teer women. Mrs. Charles n soiovich. ot Octroit. is convention chairman Two challenges %  da> will he presented to t h e delegates hy means of special Held Mpa throueh drama!ic productions, as well as h\ speakers The Challenge ot Change" theme will he key noted at the i.pening banquet Ol the convention on Sunday. Mar 7 The Challenge ol Responsibili ty" will he presented on Mondaj afternoon, Mar. 8. when the entire convention will be transported by ivw to government agencies for .1 first-hand look at programs at work which are related to B'nai B'rith Women projects A t Mondaj pvening's session devoted 10 i '1 c Challenge ol \ ( uth, asp< .iol '!ii -1 .". ices f< port i B B V .ill bl .it a -a!a fl I, nal i ons. Yonth Si-'" produc lion l hi 1 : Dense ol l '< as" li be tlti I ol the Ku ir Free corns l iti Ward lunchem on Tuesdax Mai 9 %  ich th. winnei 1 named • 1 BBW J 1,000 prize I iblished %  outstand hum.:.', rights in 1964 making the ontriBution i—11* s (in Tnesdaj evenhw, "The Ow lent. % %  IV WorMs" rfll he 'li%  a paw (standing a „th : ', the lieh. Ol WWMl ettacaf 11 %  Th. CheWenge Ol Freedom' will have the -';• hnmar. rights hmcheon on "edresday. \iar when live netnrs and a ..,!,.,• \,iii ihtstrate the tiros' tmportani phases of rw rtl rights v 0 rk of ,v ie Anti Helamation League ol B'nai B'rffh Special "take-home' %  eavtotB on "Kreettng I he Challenge are 1 1 doled for W< 1 laj evemnn to give delegates opporlonHy to MS. CWAfflfS J010VICH discuss ••? s "..I me 1 mfaA menfing whi fhej in -heir ho--< oHstrictSpiritual Leader Honors Donors Rabbi Mayer Ahratnowit/ honored Chai donor members of Temple Menorah Sisterhood ..t a luncheon sponsored by Mrs Lillian Roth child and s*n Pauline Levy in the Temple Soeial Hall last week. Rabbi Abramowitz >p Gewitz preside ..' %  • ps Papa ut Mi ami, conduele I a 10 1 meetin a and %  %  Hi '• I Pro elude.: ,. Pro [i am 1 hail n wa Mr.* M uiih .. Lewis n at (*> by a nose! the MOST action! HARNESS I RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM SI 00 • SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse # Cafeteria 38 Min North of Miami • c la Turnpike Exit No. S Mitmi *rro tet*rfiiif Cmll Toll free M9-T14I • Direct Bus Service-Col/ Gray tines f 14127; Wyl/y's )l J-1481 No Racng Sundays • Sorry. No Minor* F.rs, Race 815 PM | U W I U H e World's Fine;* V\usk or WKAT-FM ?3 1 on your FM d c MIAMI'S ONLY PURE -'-SSlCAl MLS C STATION % >rogra y MORE LIVE Conrprts 1 WKAT-FM I*'C.IH.CB INDIAN RIVER ORANGES mm PINK OR WHITE SEEMIH GRAPEFRUIT %  I v "ei • nywhfr* Boshel $C95 MAIL 0*OES PtOMTlT fRt'O BOHDtD-INSURtD-GUARANTltO ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 fRlt ORANGE JUICE



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Friday. February 23. 1965 -Jcwisti fkrMtaan Page 3-C .ocalite Gets ;ilver Wings Steph. i Fried, son oi| Philip Fried. 17800 !V '.ih we No Miami Beach, f,.' been awarded silver wings up L raduat n from the I S. Air | \ ator School at James tonnalb *FB. W Tex an tj r y ra n %  Command installaBon I, | is being assigned io t a ,her vl Calif., for specialized l im( v training before reporting [, I,,, first • rmanenl unit tor flyliL dut) : \ >rth Miami High. received his BA degree fiom kw l*nivi rsitj <>t Miami, and is a (ember : Alpha Kpsilon Phi Frarnit> Hi was commissioned upl n completi n of Officer Training thool %  : <* ,and AFBl Tex MIAMI BEACH Education: j ?rom College o Television Continued from Page 1-C Association for Jewish I Edueal The I reau's Adult Education so included communI eli bration ol National >k Month, offering free I) k rev ev\ service to organizations in the community, throe k festival rallies, and teen-apt book review contest huh culminated in a broadcast |>\er ( hai 7. hook exhibits, and ol listof current It* lewish books of tho | Ictivi ilficers Of the Bureau .lewis) Education include Joppn Cohei president; Judge fredcricl V Bared. Albert E. Osh i i Leonard Zilbert. vice older.--. Al Sherman, secrc irj. am Melvyn B Frumkes, reasun : Chairmen of standing commit pes inch • Melvyn is Frumkes, dull i cation; Rabbi Solomon i< Hoard ol License Mrs a Brenner Meyers, iard ol :• ev ieu Meyer A. Basdn. B i!i • and Finance; Ben MI Ginsburg, Building and i iii ru e Mrs Joseph Dunv. library; Max Meisel, Nominating -car Mamber, Teacher | ieni A I h e r t E, Ossip, 'iihlu Relations; Dr. Irving Lehrmai Personnel The fessional stall of the sureati ludes Louis Schwartz man executive director; Herbert fcvi Berber, associate director; >i Vathaniel Soroff, consultant; Irs Ann* Sintow, librarian; and Mi-l • -e Hirsch. administrative as; --. nt, Three leaders of the Residents Division of Combined Jewish Appeal are shown at a Belle Plaza CJA Brunch last week, which was hosted by William Bornstein. Left to right are Lou Hariis. chairman of the CJA Crystal House compaign; Bornstein; and John N. Serbin, chairman of the Residents Division. 9k' ifl m* VS % %  W BBBI 1 aH BBV ^LV^BBBBI r*^WfeB^ .-*' %  < ad&BBBk^jBB^^V BBBV^BBB '^BBBBB! BK^^ ^f* ^B^H First meeting of the General Services Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal is held by Chairman Irving Wexler at the Standard Club. The division embodies many of the important miscellaneous businesses and services that play an important part in Miami community life and in the local economy. Shown (left to right) are Chairman of Travel Service George Kronengold, Co-Chairman of Radio Stations Dick Buchbinder, Irvina Wexler, and Chairman of Amusements and Vending Machines Peter Moser. Torah Dedication At the Mesivta M MIAMI BEACH I (INVENTION IIAIM, ; N E 5J E 2 -3 3 2 9 • J fc 2?3 3 2 0 ^40 THREE BIG DAYS @€ Frtl. & SAT., MARCH 5 & 68:30 P.M. SUNDAY, MARCH 7 — 2:30 P.M. BEATEST 21 1 ATTRACTION 3 vth Cdiilon


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Pcqa 4-C +Je*ist ttcrkfisr Friday. February 2S \%\ By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Retired Educator Still 'Teaching Relief Club Plans Anniversary Fete i Israel'.* 17th %  nnive marked with a birthda; cake I the Radomer Reliel ( : (j rei( ... .1 V^M s *""" In the patio around the disregarded swimming pool of the Miami B e a c h apartment house thej were playin-, cards A mase sun poured its pure light on everything so that the people ire glasses on tneir flinching eyes, Thej focused only on the i. rds. One man sat apart neither dozh 2 nor judging. Rather, he uasted his eyes on the burnished inorama. He saw beauty both i atural and fabricated by purr. iseflll hands From under their lent of grey luxurious brush, his >~ pal ted to smile and then to say, "Miami is the most handme city in the country. When I contemplated retiring here. I iwarned it was a den of i iquity. Perhaps it is. but I e found a city rich in intelleci and aesthetic food." Yiddish Language i)i Sigmund Polger retired in 1 .)4 alter thirtyy-tivo years in • e New York school system. I om immigrant child to teacher principal of Public School 232 Brooklyn — this is his history E it not quite all of it. Behind • strict blue eyes glistens the l.-lht of the poet and. in the labor_: heart, the workinu brain sur %  > a living Judaism 'My days now are concerned ti\ giving talks on Judaism to oups, with performing drama1 %  readings in Yiddish of Sholem I ichem, and I'm interested in eserving the Yiddish language affiliated with Rabbi Cohen's '".iii and recently gave a talk • • realistic iew on David, and •• :\<0 ^ m w DR. SAMUEL FOGLIK religious experience soon I will give one on Solomon." said Dr. Fogler. When Dr. Fogler gave his Sho. lent Aleichcm reading for the Miami Beach Recreation Depart ment. over 600 people attended So many were turned away ai the door, he was requested to do a re|)eat performance at which almost 2.000 people appeared "Yiddish shall not die." says Dr. Folger. Somewhat sadly, he remarked that upon settling in Miami, he and Mrs Fogler attended serv iceat temples in the area but could not find one they could identify with. Religious Experience "I don't go to temple to hear booh reviews," said the doctor "I can give them better than Premieres Slated By UM Orchestra > musical world premiers Inpre.M nted by Dr. Fabien Si itzk) and the L'niversit) <>l Mi• mphony i n a conductor's pi igram Sunday and Monday i in Miami Beach Convention i: and Dadc Countj Auditorium nic premiere will be the first plete performance in English >.• oratorio "The Birth of ilia > watha." bj Russian composer Igor i i> re\ tin othei a new compo on bj Di William %  '. Lee. dean ; h e L'niversitj o f Miami's S< ool of Music. The seven-part oratorio, based c-i the poem by Henry Wads v.orth Longfellow, is considered oie of Boldyrev's best works. Tie orchestra will be joined by the Universitys Choral Union, di rected by Glenn Draper, and fiva guest soloists. iuesi soloists! will be Jules .' i. on artistic director ol "Opera 1 rica." of Palm Beach: Waller T I. eke resource music teacher in V -i Palm Beach; Patricia Mel I' concert artist, who has sung ii Miami Opera Guild productions; .' i.i'i Robinson, leading soprano with the "Opera Lyrica;" and Gary Glaze, tenor, a faculty member at Stetson University. Dr Lee's composition. "Concerto Grosso for Brass Quintet and Orchestra." was commissioned by Ezra Rachlin, conductor of the Austin (Texas Symphony. It is dedicated to the Houston Symphony Brass Quintet and its found, er, R a I p h Liese Completed in January, it will he performed in Houston in April. Featured in the I'M Symphony's performance of the work will be members of the University's Brass Quintel For the balance of the program, the orchestra will perform the Roman Carnival Overture, by Hector Berlioz, and Concerto in C major for two pianos and strings, bj Johann Sebastian Bach. SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 17 Years Also A Complete Insurance Service Altmun Insurance & Reol Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9655 ROOF LEAK? CALL % If I Oil CORN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ._ ACME *TN ItOOl I \4. T 685-1952 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HICNIAND FIANKIIN MURRAY PLAZA NIWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET the rabbis. The Friday night service should he a religious ex perience. and the rabbi should develop spiritual attachments On Friday night at the Fogler home, there are services For this service, the doctor has written his own Kiddush. "This is not sacrilegious," he said. "All prayers were written by someone, some poet at some time. My prayer Is meaningful for my family Dr. Fogler explains that he might be considered a Reconstructionist; although even this group has some religious practices he can not accept What he predicts for the future is a fusion of the three main groups of Judaism in this country. "After monotheism."' said Dr. Fogler, "the greatest contribution to the world by Judaism is the Sabbath. To turn aside from worldly concerns and use this one day each week tor contemplation, for nourishing the soul— what could be more important'" A 'Secular Jew' Perhaps the way to define Dr Fogler's concept of himself as a Jew would be as a secular Jew." And what is a secular Jew".'" asks the doctor. He answers his own question. "A secular Jew ap proaches Judaism with his reason instead of emotion." But emotion plays a bis part in his life. Me pours it out in the sonnets he writes — tor whom "for my wife, of course." he says "1 do net write to be published, to make money from my most cherished feelings These i give to my wife." Today. Dr Fogler is interested in education as a citizen. He rebels against political and intellectual reactionaries u ho impede the liberalization of our educational system He maintains that they want children to he fodder for indoctrination. What we need.' said Dr Fog ler. "is a highl) centralized edu ciitioii.il system whose guide lines would be observed by all the states Today, each state rewrites its education system with in the frame work of its own law And we have chaos Individual slates must give up some rights In order to get a better education plan Educational TV Dr. Fouler was the first edu cator to write a television pro gram in this country He feels there is great value in television as an aid to education, but he deplores the way it is being used today "Education can only take place in a face-to-face situation. he said. "Television should be used to take children places they can't go. Show a city child a mountain a child from the farms an urban center. Television should be used as an adjunct, not as a replacement, for a live accessible teacher." On Miami Beach there is much card-playing and turning away from the future But in this town. Sigmund Fogler gazes with avid eyes upon the present and looks with confidence to what will be. His own words speak best for him. "Slough off the bitter bur oen of our time And stand with me upon the steps we climb: And see beyond our reach but not out sight The singing day contained in brooding night er Miami on Saturday night j Washington Federal | \\ l-n ington Ave. President .1 ('. old tended greetings, ai lack F.-h. man participated in tl activities Program included \ >. biowski. who s|Hike ei |. 17th Anniversary Celebi tion." film of an Israeli parade a djnie contest and refreshments Or Olom Youth Dance Held Temple Or olom i sponsored a dance ol S the Temple Jimmr s, Youth Groups. The teenagers were in i i of refreshments and jockql Rick Shaw acted as stet c eremonies for the evei start at 7 p.m. Chairing the affair i"i ". i hood was Marvin Solcnu n Opti-Mrs. Will Present Show Opti-Mrs, ol Miami Reach a present the Danny Thorn ashow at | its annual dinner danci eveninj.. 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ly, February 2S. 1965 +Jenistfk>ridiiar> Paoe 5sideir of the Civic League co-chairman of its Scholkhip Committee, urged CivILeague members to form kutie parties and buy ticBts Icr'the "Pythian Youth fnip "umboree oi Stars" Yiefit -how to be held at l< 3each Convention o:. ;.:ar. 8 and 9. is Emblem Identifies Your elcome Wagon Jponsors^fjN "S. iifpnsffiilitteftaiMi lllUUfclflfVONMMrfr riMU iNTOtEsroo m roh;.s$Mif ; % .;-:;; CAU HI 4994 Poale Zion Has Cultural Evening Poale Zion. Chalm Greenberg Branch of Greater Miami, scheduled its annual cultural evening on Wednesday at the DiLido Hotel. Dr. Simon Wilensky is president. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, consultant oi the Bureau of Jewish Education, was in charge of the evening, with featured speakers including Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. and Phillip Segal, who spoke on Poale Zion activities in America. C.ENEVA—(JTA1— The establishment of a United Nations Conciliation Committee, before which governments can be brought on charges of violation of religious rights, was recommended here by a I'nited Nations body for the tirst time in history. The recommendation, which must ultimately be approved by the UN General Assembly was approved by a vote of 11 in favor with two opposed and one abstention as the three-week long religious freedoms debate was concluded here this week by the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. The negative voles in the 1-t member body were cast by the Soviet Union, which has been lighting the adoption of a religious freedom Convention for several years; and by Mexico which is constitutionally opposed to the practice of any religion. Poland, which has been on the whole supDr. Heschel At Emanu-EI Friday Evening Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel. professor of Jewish ethics and mysticism at the Jewish Theologu al Seminary of America, will be guest speaker at the Friday eve ning service of Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will respond. Dr. Heschel. noted theologian and author, is known throughout the world as one of the leading authorities on Jewish thought. He i played an important role as an observer at the Ecumenical Council His books include "Man is Not Alone." "Cod in Search of Man." "The Sabbath," "The Earth is the" Lord's." "Man's Quest for God." and "Theology of Ancient Judaism." The Sabbath service begins at 8:30 p.m. porting the USSR's fight against ;i religious freedoms document, abstained The United States, Britain ad France were among those who approved the proposal. The adoption of the proposal for what may ultimately be an International Court of Religious Freedoms came as a culmination to the Subcommission's approval of a United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Religious Intolerance. Under the rules for implementing the Convention. Sir Arcot Krishnaswami ol India, proposed the formation of the Conciliation Committee, before winch any stabs that has ratified the Convention may bring charges against any other such state. These charge* v. ill have to be subject to probing by the committee, which will have to report on the issue. The <*af found guilt> Ol religious freed >mi violations could, then, take tie matter t<> the International Court ol Justice for an advisory opinion. It was Sir Arcot's proposal tuab as finally adopted MSMM OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office design* •nd furnishings •Mrect from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything •or the Office of Distinction •*••• *4nftfclf> Open Saturday Morahif PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. ?B0t Southwest 3tst Anenj* Miami. Florida



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Page 6-C +Jwistifhrlc0lan Friday. February 26, \%\ Yardeini to Honor Music Month Jewish Music Month v. nrved vwth a spei i • ., writ. the famous (olk-singi I Children who will sinq in the Cantor's Concert Chorale at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday are (top row) Herbert Levine. Mark VogeJ. Hacld StoUer. Gregory Marx, Andy Koppel, Alan Drecksler. Third row are Pat Goldsmith, Connie Weine, Sherl Orlowitz, Lori Siegel, Judy Luck. Rochelle Davidson, Maxine Michelsoiv Nancy Topol. Jane Oiman, Janet Haas, Vicki Meitus, Sharon Litwin, Susan Ossako. Second Children's Choir Concert Chorale row are Nancy Fisher, Leslie Oppenheimer, Gail Silverrnan. Frona Popkin. Shelly Jonas, Nancy Baker, Alissa Pardo, Judy Roberts, Amy Pollack. Bottom row are Carl Gorman, Laura Snetman. Susan Rubin, Toby Popkin, Debbie Chanton, Ann Harvey, Carol Davidson, Marci Cohen, Lisa Sheldon, Mans Cohen, Adrienne Levin, Deborah Gordon, Linda Kroll, Linda Hoffman. Harry Falkenburg. Members il the Children's Choir ol Temple Beth Sholom will be among the 90 voices participating ii 'in"Cantor's Concert Chorale" on Wednesday evening at the temj i The> "ill be joined bj some 30 i i voices constituting t he Adult Choir. There will be selecfrom operas, musicals and i .lie works "I Beethoven. Baeh In Lassus .:> well as from contemporary composers, and i and Yiddish nui.su lie the following Abrams, Judy Williams, Arch Dutton and Eve Featured will soloists Salwa Drinker. Ruth Bradley, Wat.son Com is, \ Mrs Conviser, together with her bushand. Cantor David Conviser, will present a medley from "Fid dler 00 the Roof David Smith. Beth Sholom's organist, will be lealured in piano duets with Mrs. Conviser The concert, directed by Cantor Conviser. is open to the general public Proceeds will go to Sisterhood's Subsid) Fund lor choir kowns tor children of the Heth Sholom Choir group. Mis Leo Levin is president of the Sisterhood Mrs Seymour Silverrnan is chairman ol the Beth Sholom Festival ot the Arts, which is sponsoring the concert Service Club 'Rush' Slated Here Tau Delta Service iluh sponsored by Handicaps United, is hav in 1 a "rush" for new mem her-in Sunday. Fch L'S. 1:30 to 3 30 i' in at the home of Dona Weinstein, 4707 Orduna Dr. Qood ddwic Officers of the club, which also gives service to the community, are Wills Kligerman, president; Miehele Camaeho. vice president: Dona Weinstein ami Pearl Kopel, secretaries; Linda Flitch treasurer: Randy Levin, sargeanl at-arms. Advisor to the group is Mrs. Audrej Vollenhover LEGAL NOTICE is powerfully influential on SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood JAusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS PM 1O0.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C '367 i v.\li:s II CUB AY STKVKN'S •Liev > IIIII.KXK l.i >1 ISK STEVEN *, i %  .-!. mlunl SUIT FOR DIVORCE n i HI:I.I:M: i.m ISI: STKV ENS 1 s"" I .iii. .'In Avi kfoncraaJ, QUI i i nadu You are hereli) i...rit %  .. .I ihul n Kill 1 'oinplalm : %  •: I n\ "i • i hu been • i 'i lanlnm • %  and you .n• %  reed 1(1 -. I \. ., .j.v ..I \ ..i .V i A I %  •r Blending '" iii. Kill ..r Coinii mi in,. |il.ilm n vi••• %  n, >. r vi i. K w i r\i:v. i:.-o.n mi-: i." i. in niii i; ...I. Miami Beach, Elmlil.i lOli l.i. !. %  ri... I V i ftVI Ul I •!•-1*1IIIM ill I hi ..Hi., ill li„ fieri 'ii • i Co nil "i in! hi Itith %  l.i %  Mill i Ii. I II fail In An %  JudKHli nt l>< •: %  faull again thi • • I %  !• %  %  ,1 in i lulllll uf I'm Tlil • ik-i ,i.i.-n,.ii um-r i.i.ii \... k i.-i icur iviimaniiilvt 1 a-eeka ,i Tin: IIIVV l*H i I^.I:IIM VN In INK \Nli (IROKRKH ul Elurltlu, i In"Hi iluj ..I %  bi nary. v 11 ISC." K II !,i: vi III:I:.VI.V.\. Clerk. I'llUI'l Bade County. Flol ..l.i li> i. KNKKDK.V 11. pui \ i 'It-rK IMl. KVV ITNKV I li'ii I,:n...In Road Mluin lli-a i Vii. i nv> fn I'lu NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6f>C 13S8 I'KTIJi S.vl.nZ/.i • I'Uiiniiii. is Iti '.-i:.\iAi do si. %  nil a ill i.. %  I.. ;. : .1. nf .' uiiuliiinl ill In ii ibll.-l • .1 once i. in THI: n:vv I.-II ri.i n:n n w HONK Wl.i lllDKRKII .. 1 Miami, Klorlda, i In.Hi dav ..1 I". v U i: li I.l' VTHKRM VN. rierk, 'i •' %  HI t. Ii ol. i 'mint) l (wall II) I. KNKKHKN I I I'.VI I. KVV I I \l. l t : i.in. .in iioad v .11111 Hi... h, Mm dii / ;i,.. n. foi PI 8 12 biscus Auditorium 'I 1 Dins, Mar 4 Cantor Yardeini tor reeordinu arti-i ,, n ^1 i.iiirv degree from Ihe ll-'urfJ Union School ol Sa< EUlgfl in several Ian. He will present a pi and new Israeli. Y f torial tongs He ha: %  n huriil in a number of Mian Beach hJ tels. including i h i | Fontainehleau \i u j Lido. Yardeini is a formi iideattjl the Cantors Association ol | M. He will conduit the I. Sedorim at the Alamai Huu LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGt s C0\.aIN AND FOR DADE CO '.-• FLORIDA IN PROa^E No 65837-A l\ RK I'.-inl, nf FLORENCE I.KM %  I I S" "I NOTICE TO CRED 'ORS To Ml 'I. "i I %  11 %  %  %  K.-l. %  • Vou .i i • In i.l" • ||I||| ,1 '.. !•' -.Ill .i II) mniiils Which KI.I ii:i:\ VI ER il I laliol I I'miti vv ISi •' i.S'SIX huh i ounl %  .inilu| n TS3.li Klurftl Hull .. i .' ii tin i i |..I.I. County, II %  flral p ihlli ul i"'i ii• vv ill hi barred i -. ., • Uininl Eloi I '. bi mil v v I %  Kl iBKK r I. KVV I \ IT: VI:I. vv i vv liublii .i i Ion %  II VRtH.li SII vrn:i> ID K\ II. ...v i: i IN THE CIRCUIT COUfELEVENTH JUDIC.AL Cl' :•' I FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0*OE COUNTY IN CHANd u No. 66C-I48J l.l'i 'VNA WVSII V V'sl, I'I.. Iltlfl ('ArilMIR vv v .-/v \SKI. I %  fl I, .lull! NOTICE BY PUBLIC*" ON SUIT FOR DIVORCt Vi il I' \SI.\IIU \v V >/> -, iiolifli-i lhal i for l M. %  .i^.,:u-i \.-ii and yoti ., i.\ ..\ II i.. inI" the Kill i i"om|i I'IHIIII .11 Al l"l Ill .Ii •! RKK l-:-i|iin. I oh Ei il IIUJ. .'I N I: Isi Avi Elor .l.i. I s v. anil fill \ ii.,. I ..| I'l. .ollli: ;n Hu I'lerk "I II., %  ..• ihi If >ou -.ul ;., do Ill '.i ill I.. i. i he relief di i lomnlainl I'l...niitii-i II be | eacll v •., %  %  > i. In IHI: JEWISH ri.. >n IMI.NK v.\|i m:l'i:i: Elm-kin, Undk A I' i: it l.i: v rin:i: vi \ %  I I I'mii I !...!. %  %  neall l! I' I'I I •< pui \ %  I. Hl\ VI ,/. RKK \ i..i I'l.. I'.ul. I-.I. i.il Buiktii \ Mian E| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N 'Tli i: is IIKIU5HY OIVKN that the un,I, i -JKio-.l desirlni In ennaile under HuUi iii -.iiii HI.. ul NiiKllI UAI.i: BMI'LOVMKNT al ••• v !•: i-iTiii si Miami Intend! lu r.-Kl-tii -;iul II. un, uith tinClerk of %  >•" ''' in' •' % %  II "i l>ade i" i>, Florida I'uRiiTIIV tllMBKKO HH.MAN i l-I4, i l-li IN THE CIRCUIT COLHI OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCU'"-' FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*3f COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C i IKl IRDE I T VI.IA Ni 'I'i v 'I'i tmlae, Malm • %  vv is I 21 i'i •!: I.. : %  %  NOTICE O r OR ORDER OF PUBL I'l %  : I I v N Vt \RI i I %  In ill %  %  I i : v i .i \ 4h. ., %  i %  ui Iktdi lias been nil %  -III I f•- 11111 %  .1 I. -\V ,'l i.l j II : the fl II %  v v\i.ir A w Road. vi. ..II I the oiion.il An-" %  ,-, I Courl "ii or hi ,t ih. i • ,,n or hel Mm oh. IStC li nqnl-iri -—' > % %  '" in ih.. 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idoy. February 26, 1965 *JmSst) fhriafiatr? Page ~!-C LEGAL NOTICE 'V JUDGES COURT R DADE COUNTY. % %  'IDA N PROBATE 66045-8 S N C£ TO CREDITORS I ; I', HOI 11;.' VRIll S.i lil I r. .,ii. i r,.l delliav ll.l ll Kllll • isi >SK UOIil.XStlX ill I ... nly, Kloi Ida, ...:. .. '.i.l. i .. %  %  i li,I .1 I %  I 111I I urn %  i-']'" mnth %  i %  %  .-.li mi. 1 II I .. lil-i-.l I Kill hln 1*1"Till V 11 'I1.MIS i. I ,: ,|| ill III.Ilol lee ..|l | ..I l-'l %  • I'll %  I'.llll XI I II. | •I |., .. NOTICE UNDER T OUS NAME LAW 1 lilVI-.X I hut %  • %  -• Ml I.UM mi Mi-HI 1 >\> IXOKIIX II M.I. ..I -• Miami Intend* I., nh Ilia fli %  I Mill i 'lllllltl S I HI IS, IXC ., I-. : %  • %  I:,I \. in iii... ii MiM BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 794 (King, W OKIVKIt. II. Vilnili %  %  i lllti -1 SIMI. K ill \ %  • i ... ..ml ln> %  -..,.. iri --, ', IRI1K \ -. i:i I;I i-iii:.• %  •,.-• w vs I '. I. ml. II NOTICE OF SUIT I'll KI'KII'IUKS I'AS x\ xs iiiul l M.ISA I'ASA.XAS v in-, in, i iiliiis %  11v iiikniiu n %  i •-•"i I '• i. ml %  he; have i. imn 11.1|, mill II Iliknoxi II h, ,, -. .i. %  Ul'llllll ... IIHidRlli -, li.-im: s. niiMr... .m.i all ithi in i -I.II.ilalnilnd l>> thmiiRli, un ii'i • %  imnlnm •!,..-. I lefen.lnntr w host n -j.i .II, .n,,ii, >vvn: VH" AIIK IIKHKItY NKI'IFIKIi ihal ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist fh ri/diiair kolicits your legal noticM. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHal Fit 3-1CM5 lor messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE Hllll lllll I, li tll'.IUKhl .i-ailc-l lij VV .1 IIRIVI3R, ll H V.lmin .-u;, i,„ il Vi i. HIA ffii Irs. .HI i irricrr • %  the I lllled Slllti ..'• Vllierl, ll, .mil hi* %  111 I'I --..I III ll ll ..' lie,., .,.,,1 -%  -II-. i" I -low II mi •II. mil.. %  lilt! I III l.,l|..vv llIU ll. ly, tn-wli i-"i I, in I k ••! I:I\ I:I:II.M.I: KST IT KM Al 'I IITH IX si:. Til >X \ Una in Hi.iilul iii. i %  ..• r.l. -I in I *ln | I look 7:' lie puhlli i %  • %  .I. uf I inili i •..iii. iv Kim i.In anil v ,,ii ,m |llitvil I., Ill IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCO-" IN AND FOR DADE COLNT FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65984 B I' Ml. SIll'.Kl. ......I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn Ml I lllll II 1% i %  .null l in • %  • |li m.i nil lllll ii. i.l.v uutlHi'il anil IIVM'llt %  lllll lllll. vv ,i inn in.i v h;, VI • r I'AII. si mm. .!• % %  %  IIM .1 fl"u Podj.l.oni -"' '' ','" ""' V'. "" %  """ IHI. 'I Had, I'miiity. Florida. I. .' %  "',"' I "" 1 '•"""' r Hade County, a "ii "i fli, t, ml „ 1.1..I in i.is. Flu Ida .LEGAL NOTICE \OTlCE UNDER OUS NAVE LAW in lilVKX -li •: HI. ..i .Mini' TiUVKI. I!l S.M %  I.. %  %  :nl|.. ll I ...I. • KM 151 v,'T.\l. i\. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi 'li'K is IIKKKin lilVKN : li>'in li is I %  %  ,i _. %  %  l.umm nidi • flit %  ; n.i IIIKMI ; ... i i:x i \ i: itKAi TT •' i\ll' \ \ x I ... V\ .urn II %  • %  %  I laid \ I.I.KV ill •!.! HAXIKI. I.I-:\ N LEGAL NOTICE \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1015 I a ll.l VII S.W'IX'i IS IIAXK 'I' Till-: I'ITV IF NKW Y. IRK I'l.iln |„ •. M % %  -! %  i, ,v %  %  ii % % %  n. v. I' \ X 1 1 • |' i • ITS M \ "...|.l..... %  m i'ii.I. I'nunty, I i.ldre, iMM l-a.M i |,IK %  %  M '" da, mi ..I ..... ., ,|„ ,.., ,,iihlli-al %  I -.i nl I.. %  |i nl Klrl rail lu tin -••. Hi, mil 'I" I HI "ill I" %  • %  .1 l.v ,. i r ,. ,,.. .. uicaiiiMl mi f.ii %  ,%  i di'in.ii %  • .1 Hi; inidiilni HATKIi ill Mi I, Had. Mil .l.i v i: I! I.K \ I'HKIi.M vx I. I laili i all II i' !' i|'l!i. \ M v iMil I \ V I i ;• \T> X! A \. Xi r : .NDi.R • OUS NAME LA w >• HIVKX In i N l I li %  .' J THE C.RCL.T COURT OF THE~ TVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF "LORlDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12724 lAJlSliFR'iH VM, i: \ i'iii-:iisT< I.NK, ,ii i ,,i • t\OED NOTICE OF SUIT %  XV .,!' .•%  ,.. %  |i:i|,. is W. V, I,, i .I.,,,, I,11 ,. lull i rm i'. Iii %  I I'M li ItilHiK Inn ... ii. n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COv RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63494-C IX UK i !• %  nl I. \ \ 11. i \. i. -. ,\ I %  I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Til All Creilllm i II.i\; .. li You are In %  liilifil ... in in.N xv hi* li i v ll,.. ,, % %  :.. I. i.l HAVIIi J.M'KMIX ill .i .i nl, 11. di I'liunly. Florlila, | In Hi. i'1111111 i id • i I M.I ly, and fill %  illipll, nli • in Mi iK-i'-i I I'.KKIi.MAX a I ,, ,' %  ; %  '. i I'JIAN i .il. I • %  : i lai NOTICE OF SUIT I %  1:1 I :i v i .i Jin.. .1 I I >. ,,v. i • "iilm ailii 1..i, II i ii 11 % %  | thai I,• in ... i in Hi. IMI x M „ v IMali %  %  • %  %  %  "ii tinI \* Inu .1 ..,i |.i-..|„ ITV N • ll ^ I fi...i .v Iilm k Hi H.lHAY ll. 'I si: \ "" ...,,,,„ ,,,„ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I lluok •! at I' 1 "" I FAX I'IIAVKZ I'.iBi I nl thi I'llhl Hi %  -I %  i-..I i Mill. I %  %  • %  \ nlil i J \. %  i-i.iiiilj, I l.il I -•"' ilxadiM, HI Kitlvad F.A V r..|u,i..l lu file % %  ;..-i".i,-| v '"' HK HKRRIIY imlirii-d thai a I -i\, idi'iidinii Ii-l.i i MI IM .ii.iii|ilalnl %  ••iiildi !"• i'iv.,1 I-I %  • I. rili i I' r Hi. .aim vv ill I.. I..I: .1 I ". % % %  • • Ml I llil ill I III. ary, A II I9li i.l I.l \\ s. .|:i:i. \lOXl'l'lll IN III, I I.K.I i.V K M'l. V.\ of v| 11 II, in ii ml KII %  %  II vv %  si w il li ,,.-.. hi I *iui'1 nvlrti .1 n S, • linn %  %  -'.I ••"' •• %  v> %  Stan,i. -. In Ihi Ir %  '• %  • lu iii' "iiniv i'...,ri ii.. i-. in I '.I-I. ,'i.iiinv. FlorIda. wiililn -i\ i-ali-ndai inonthy rrom Ihi %  i' i •",,• i: • %  p ihtlratlon hereof, or th• %  ..im,, wi" Inli...l-1-..l Ii.n.-.i ai Mluml, y Im .l.i. ii. .lav ..| I I.' l.i' v \ I I \l V.MIi: I M'KSON I \ 11111 Tl 1 ^ 1 ''all i\ II.II.X i:ssi:\ AI:SSI:N Alii.rn.'V inr h>tatn |SON V'ii-1. v Rldfl Miami, Florida |iv l h.-t. .ii' lipoll I'll, .lit ii. nil.il III v JIAKTIX IiXK, I '...I. K .,, llulldlnu, Mlu i i. K •• da 331.11, ll-1 laliT HiHI Mai.li %  :•. iir -i I'.••:• %  I'lii i %  .•HIV-.-., will ii,.-III.l.-il luain-l v..II. ..v l i.. %  !• %  .. Ill, I III %  K. it. I.I-:.\ rni:i:.\i.\N i Mi il, nf ill. i Mivull • 'nurl -. ..I l.v : i\ IV l'l l|'i:i.AM |..|iill.v 1'l.lk JIAIITIN IIMI lad. I-". il-'.il Itlllldill* M .urn. Klni 1.1., .' W. '• • ., iir. li IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL -" D FOR DADE COLNTN FLORiDA IN PROBATE No. 65834 A %  fii'KJh N NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA •I-,, v i:nsi i.vs \ IX SAIIi %  mill m ,.; %  %  II i. hi -l.v %  'UN -I \ < ,, :> ,,.!.:. .I.,i. ..I Hi. :, In appeal In -. il i. ,i,i, v..i, ,,. %  i.i, i.v : .. .1,,,, -ii.iv.. .-.in-., ii nii.i you %  i, -. v. ., -,|, if -.. i,| Courl n adml THE C.RTUIT UOv.RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA '\ AND FOR DDE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C I In i lie i' id iim ..II 11n I 'lainl n ..i I.KSTKI: HI M :I:I:S v hom id..-, ,. .....i \.\\\ im, s-,,.1. Miami, I" BI-AXTON !•-1.. %  i.i.i r.s \. in,i rili Ih, nrlirlnal I'ouiilj JIHIRI %  if the VII.VV.I ill id...Mi., nf ll I !' %  • \1KI.I:\ ''. IM Clerk nl ih.K.leveiith Judicial (MrFlerk .-nil in ami for I'a.l. I'limity. Florida. Firm Iiulilleutloii nf till F.S.A., ..n ••! Before llle l.'.th daj m '" •" "' Feliruai>. M.i'.h. %  •'.'.. ,i, .l.i'.,,ill of wliVli Ihi ii,.v-,v lirundwei'K Complaint vvill lie taken an .. %  ,'.--,1 I'M I lldinn liv v,.i|. M : 111, Kim il|| !' '_' I VI'Kll IhiMh .l.i.v ..: K. l.i liar) : "'..". 1: i.i:.\Tiii:n\i \.v. rierk, I IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA No. 65C 1569 ii I:\I: v i'i isi'U'H \i.. %  v ll ISK1 IN I'OSric'H M„ 11. I. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IISI IFI S I'llSI'll IIM. I %  \..| III I'..Hlli I'.I. II 1 'ha. Vi .i M:I: III IIKI M 'I'll II -,iv IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR,DA IN PROBATE No. 65866B IX UK I:-' it, Fl.llKKXl'K M \M'i:i.l. -..I NOTICE TO CREDITORS VII • iiliin .111.1 Ml I'i raoiiH I lav ,.. 1 Mai %  I 1111U ARBI V notified 'I re 1 ,1 :.. ;,,.-. in ., 11 i.ii,,,.iii-l di vv .1,. II .' li %  ; :.. Ml \.'i: \l x\i iKI.I. I I, ill % %  •llllv II'.I .111 '..nil. Had. '1 1 v 1-1.. .i.i laeall B> •'. I' ''H'KI.ANIi I lepiitj Mi ri 2 IS-pi-Jl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64672B IX III! I-'..'. I.l ,1 IS suri.xi \N .... ~. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS V I ,..,' %  •..... 11. V II ll ell ... 1.. ma nil. Vv %  v !,. n In Dnlil ',.1 |llil'i'd I ,1 .... : ll 'l v IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65834 A I,, ni XX I l.l.l XXI I!, "KM \\ 11. i'ii -. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  Horn and All Pi win* H nl I.. ii..ni'i\u.iin-, S '. 1 • %  x ; ,1 .v notified a 1 .I. -in mi) I.iim.11 ,11 111.11 have .. WILLIAM Ki'k.xi v •-' 1 '.i.i. 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Miami, Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vo-_.Tie 38 Number 9
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 26, 1965
Three Sections Price 20<
Erhard Defends Arms Assist to Israel
LAVON AfFAIR CENTER OF STRUGG1E
Mapai Gives Nod
\ To Eshkol in Row
With B G Forces
-
\
ii i-
:
\ u
\\ [V (.1 i \ The an
nvention of the Mapai part)
led Premier I. e v i Eshkol
I former Premier Da-
i iinn on ili'' Lavon al
i itl ei issues this v eek.
pos al en loi sing Eshkol's re-
trial i'.' p.'it.' put asidi i
iver a new inquiry into the
stances <>i a 1951 security
i when Pinhas Lavo i as
- Minister w as approved in
ballot by BO percent i
I he other -to pet cent ol th<
deletes, supporters ol Ben-Guri
e beaten on a proposal that
tin nvention identify itself in
ic with Ben-Gurion's de-
for a new probe ol the 13.i4
disi ler in which Ben-Gurion
forci Lavon out of the ministry
By similar margins, the con-
vention approved a proposal for
Mapai to resume efforts for a lim-
ited labor alignment with Acbdut
Avodah. The effect of the voting
was to back Eshkol's formula
that the question of a new investi-
gation of the Lavon Affair be left
to the discretion of Mapai rep-
resentatives in the Government.
More than 90 per cent of the 2,226
delegates cast votes.
E h ko 1 expressed s.iti-'
with the voting, and Ben-Guri n -
hailed the 10 p< cent
minoritj \ote as "a moi al s<>
: he Prem .< r said "il is the end oi
i itter i oi \ < :i H". .n cepti d tin principle
: alii nment and the principle thai
Lavon affair as lefl :i matte
fur individual judj ement ni \i ipai
Ministers." He said thai the pai '
Continued on Page 7 A
CH ANCtLlOR IHHARD
no Arab understanding
S24,7GC.OOO IK CASH AND FOOD
U.S. Pledges Big Sum
To UNRWA Operas
UNITED NATIONS-(JTA)The
United States pledged this week to
contribute $24,700,000 in cash and
foodstuffs in 1965. to aid the Arab
refugees being sheltered and fed
by the United Nations in four re-
gions of Israel's bonier.-, but warn-
ACLU Protests Inquiry
Into American Nazi Party
H sSHINGTON (JTA) A pro
test i gainst the possibility that
the House Un-American Activities
Committee may probe the activ-
ities of the American Nazi Party.
the Ku Klin Klan and other ele-
ment- of the radical right wa-
filed with the committee here tin-
week by the Ameriean Civil Lib-
erties Union.
Conceding thai "the record
shows" that the organizations
I "engage in acts of physical
in ssment and violence." the
ACLU contended. nevertheless.
thai the committee had no authoi
ity whatever" to probe into these
matters.
Rep Edwin E. Willis. Louisiana
Democrat, who Is chairman ot the
committee, announced last week
nd that the group has ordered a
Staff study to help it determine
whether ii should investigate the
Mali Party, the KKK. Blaek Mus-
iiii s. .mil the Minutemen.
Such un Investigation, the Lou-
i iana Congressman said, "would
provide badlj needed informa-
tion." but it may be "sometime"
before the HUAC decides >>n the
probe.
VOWS HE WAS NEVER ACTIVE
ed that the I'N agency performing
this task must effect economies,
especially by "long-needed rectifi-
cation'* of its relief rolls.
The American pledge and state-
ment were made here by Ambas-
sador Francis T P. Plimpton, at
the UN'S annual pledging confer-
ence, convened in the General As-
sembly hall to raise funds for fi-
nancing the United Nations Relief
and Works Agency lor Palestine
Refugees.
Nearly $34,000,000 was pledged
in cash, goods and services to-
ward UNRWA's 1965 budget, to-
taling more than $36,000,000. In
announcing Washington's pledge,
Mr. Plimpton also told the UN
that his Government plans on
reducing its pledge by at least
$1,000,000 next year.
He said that, in any event.
America's share of the 1965 I'N-
RWA payments would be no more
than "0 percent of the amounts
raised. He told the UN that Wash
ington felt its Bhare of UNRWA
contributions, which are made on
Continued on Page 8-A
Nazi-Hunter Admits SS Past
Also Asserts Right
To Stop Shipments;
Blames Cairo Pressure
U.S. WANTS TO HHP PAGt 8A
BONN (JTAt Chancellor Laid-
wig Erhard strongly defended this
week both Wesl Germany's arms
aid to Israel, and the suspension
i i I he la't shipments of those
arm.-, in a spi ch in the Bundestag
which o nted to a renev il ol the
.', esl ptian cr
ted thai current ten-
- in the Middle Ea I bad de-
volopecl nol from Wesl German
itary aid to Israel but from
i ii Presi Ii nl Nassei in-
vitation to Walter Ulbricht, Easl
icrman Communist head of state,
to \ isit Cairo.
He said that "our relations
with Israel and the Jewish world
are overshadowed by Germany's
Nazi past" and that "the Arabs
did not show any understanding
of our special step toward the
Jewish people." He said flatly
that Wast Germany did not have
to iustify itf/Sj|fLto anybody for
giving aid to Israel.
Hitting back at his German crit-
ics, he said, that "all opposition
leaders had known about the arms
aid program."' The agreement was
made in 1962 and the heads of all
ihe Parliamentary groups were in-
W. Averell Harriman, new
roving Ambassador ol Pres-
ident Johnson, will fly to Tel
Aviv as the first in a series
of four or five visits to cap-
itals in the Near East, South-
ern Asia and Far East.
formed. He said that many coun-
tries were sending arms to Israel
Continued on Page 10 A
State Dep't. Objects
To Boycott of Bonn
BONN (JTAi Dr. Erwin
Sehuele, who said in Warsaw earlier
this week that East German charg
e- iliat he had a Nazi past were "a
pack of lies," admitted that he had
joined the Nazi Party in 1937.
However, the head of the Central
Agency for the Uncovering of Nazi
Crimes contended he had never
been active in any Nazi group. Dr.
Sehuele made the statement at a
press conference in Stutgart. on
I.is return from Warsaw where, at
he invitation Ol the Polish Govern
meat, he had sifted eapturd Nai
documents for new evidence against
Nazi war criminals.
Dr. Sehuele said he h a d not
| known about his party member
-hip until a few days ago. He said
lhat, as a student, he had joined
the Storm Troopers "which I have
! never denied." He added that he
had considered himself only an ap
plicant tor Nazi Partj membership,
further stating that, since he had
not teen given a Nazi Party mem
bership, he believed he had not
iieen accepted.
However, he added, he had re-
ceived information from the Al
lied Documents Center in Berlin,
t where there are personal files on
millions of party members, which
convinced him he had been ac-
cepted.
WASHINGTON tJTAl The
State Department indicated this
week it disapproved of "private
' boycotts" by American Jews in
protest against recent West Ger-
man polieies.
Referring to reports that some
American Jewish businessmen
were canceling purchase orders
. for West German products and
sen iees. in protest against the
Bonn suspension of arms ship-
ments to Israel. State Department
spokesman Robert McCloskey is-
sued a statement
"As a matter of principle we
do not favor private boycotts as
a form of retaliation, and I
would say that this policy would,
apply no matter what the reason
cf inspiration for such a boy-
cott," he said.
The protest campaign gained
momentum when the head of a ma-
jor apparel concern announced in
New York that it would no longer
buy goods in West Germany. It
was the third such announcement
this week.
Michael Daroff. chairman and
president of Botany Industries.
comprising textile, clothing and
retail enterpries. said he had or-
dered his buyers, about to leave
for Europe, to remove West Ger-
man companies from their lists.
The orders with the German firms
removed from the Botany lists, he
noted, might have amounted to "a
couple of hundred thousand dol-
lars" during the coming year.
Daroff. predicting that other major
companies might join in the boy-
cott, said that his firm was also
Continued on Page 15-A
MKHAIL DOffOFF
Germany off fist


Page 2-A
* It-nitf flcrktiaw
Friday. February 26, 1965
technology must create new jobs,
lot more jobless."
Old ase "The ills and inlirm
tic- of old age.are not a fault. n>;
i shame. But the Shame anfl th.>
fault will be ours it we leave the
.'IiIctIy in neglect."
Education "We must mak-
education, which has -become a ne
cessitji for all. a reality for all."
Urban rebuilding "We must
rebuild our cities, revitalize our
rural areas."
Leisure "We must make
wholesome leisure-time acthdt)
and recreation available to all."
Natural resources "The
press iii population and industri il
izatii n places even more
emphasis on conservation."
Outer space 'We must ex
plnre the unknowns ol outer space
with a massive effort on our own
part and in a cooperative efl
1 with other nations."
Worm pea c a 'The days
^whenpeace can ba umJ as ju ,,
ericr j>!o'pa'.'anWi word*'are
The harsh conditions of a new
Continued on Page S-A
a GifT TO
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN IWAEl
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DAY WORKERS f6 FARE
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Vim. r *' .-w*.i and Milii'i H I '' R*> I
ESTATES-CONDEMNATIONPARTITION-I 'NftNCING
.*. real APPRAISALS -TAT
n D*rle
Since 1919
;
World leaders sh^wn c* the 1S65 international
inaugural conference for S'ate of Israel Bonds
are (left to right) Israel's Deputy Prime Min-
ister Abba Ebon. Vico Pr-siH-.| Hr'-o-' H
Humphrey, end Sir Isaac Wolfson, uuied Brit-
ish industrialist and humanitarian.

Veep Talks at Bond Opener
Nice President Hubert II. Hum-
phrey declared Suiula> ni"'it that
1.50O.000 subaeribers to Israel Bonda
have provided "th;> p nneet of Is
rael with the tools to rebuild :
homeland in peace ,\ n d un
standing." adding thai "They bavi
. ed construct s i at
lom flout i
II. i ths ie \ met i<
ition and the I radition ol I
eed, not i
"n the possibilit> >'i buildii
. v hich men mi lit call Gr
ut also on Ihe s i ial and el hical
u dations on whit h that Soi
mU! I rest
In projection hit plan for the
Crest Society, President Johnson
has demonstrated his concern for
the "social and eti.ical principals
which are the core of our J-jdaeo-
Christian heritage." Humphrey i
said.
T h c Vice Presi lent addi
e t h a n 2,000 Jew isii lea let -
m the United States and Cans
il the inaugural dinner for Ihe
! el Bond drive where he
; Fn
I inner I F ntainel i
1 close tl
conference u hit h
b i ol i launchii
Ie this \ ir el
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' Mnisti flcrudiaan
Page 3-A
< John Serbin Receives Annual Bosworth
f ^emerial Award at Lunchon Here
RtLAltD CM STORItS PACt 6-4
Iff ALSO SIC. B
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\ Serbin, president of Ser-
l,,.-. has been seioted to re-
thc ins' annual Harold B.
. ni:l; Memorial Award at the
i, rcantile Division Combined Jew-
. i \npeal Luncheon taking place
his Thursday at the Dupont Plaza
|Ot< I
William S. Ruben, chairman of
- ii < .V ard Selection Committee.
n co-chairman of the division
with Joseph K. Brooks, an-
nounced Serbia's selection for the
award, honoring the philanthropic.
communal, and retailing industry
-hip of the late executive
,-jce president and managing di-
, ur "i Jordan Marsh.
Serving on the Selection Com-
mittee along with the chairman,
were Harry Mizrach, chairman of
f h e Apparel Division; Morris
Rabinowitz, chairman of the Jew-
elry Group; A. J. Alexander, hon-
orary chairman of the Furniture
Division, and Marvin Bransdorf,
chairman of the Shoe Group.
ction of Serbin. a past gen
campaign chairman of com-
leui-h Appeal, a past presi.
ii Mh Westview Country Club,
nan of the Heart Association,
r -i\ years co-chairman of the
'onierence of Christians
- was hailed h\ members
communitv and by members
retailing industry.
.' tion ul the award was
bj Rol erl Mac hi. pre?
ol i irdan Marsh
outstanding leadership and
to the community and to
i.iilii istrj bj Serbin
. bj Bosv orth Commit
v\ i lia n R
i or
numhei if lea lei s in
BETH DIN OFFICE
' TltOR H STMN
"ie mereanrMe field, and the choice
of Mr. Serbin from among a num-
ber Ol communal a n d industry
leaders was a well merited one."
he said
Dr. Irving Lehrman, CJA chair-
man and guest speaker at the
Mercantile luncheon, said he was
"extrarraly proud that Serbin,
who is chairman of Residents
for the 196S Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, has been chosen for the
Award."
Creator Miami Jewish Federa-
tion ("resident Sidney Lcfcourt
noted that the honoree "provided
many important services to the
community, as well as to Combined
Jewish Appeal."
A member of the board of Wel-
fare Planning Council and of United
Fund, he is a past president of
Temple Beth Sholom. He has served
as chairman of the Temple's Build
mg Fund, and as chairman of th-
Heart Association
A graduate of Duquesne Law
School and a former practicing at
torney before entering the field of
manufacturing, Serbin is the spon
sor Ol the Serbin Women's Coil
Tournament, an annual event with
.ul proceeds going to charity.
Greater Miami Labor Zionists Gather
Mar. 7 for Combined Jewish Appeal Rally
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Temple Menor*1! Senior Youth
Croup will sponsor a "Dialogue in
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Coconut Grov on Sunday, 5 p.m.,
'ii the Temple
Dis< uss on v II bi i lunched bj
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Rev. Dr. Th 'odi re libson, loi m r
lent N \\.'i' and Rabbi Ma>
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dial icinj American
y and the of i acial
qi in w "in h 'me w ill he
nviii 'e \ftit the I
mal presentation of the spiritual
lers and j outh n presentatives,
the floor will be > pen to questions
and answe
Th the first "i a series
.1 three community service proj-
eets to be sponsored by the Temple
Senior Youth Group under the gen-
eral theme of 'What Doth the
Lord Bequirc ol Thee'.'"
"Purpose of the series is to high.
mli: and demonstrate what the
lewiah faith has to say on the vital
issues of our American society and
way of lite." according to Kabbi
Atramowitz.
JOHN SIRBW
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Barbecue Slated
Kinneret Chapter o f Mizrachi
Women will hold a barbecue for
members, families, and friendt at
Tropical Park Sunday afternoon
starting at 12 noon
Games will be available and re-
freshments served. Co-chairmen
are Airs. Solomon Sihiii and Mrs
Donald Schrager.
Committee members are Mrs,
Harold Zelkowil/. Mrs Nathan
Weissman, Mrs. Irving Schwartz.
Mi-- Esta Karpell. and Mrs Then
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Israel" by the F.rhand Labor Zi-
onists. Poale Zion, and Pioneer
Women, will he held on Sunday,
Mar. 7, it was announced by Joseph
P. Zuckerman. Southern regional
representative of the Farband and
chairman of the conference.
The event at the DeLido Hotel
will begin with a 10 a.m. session,
include luncheon, and a program to
rally Labor Zionist support for the
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal and
and the United Jewish Appeal.
Among those who will speak
are Judge Irving Cypen, vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Rabbi Leen
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, and Dr. Irving
Lehrman, IMS CJA campaign
chairman.
Zuckerman, Mrs. Milton Green,
president of Pioneer Women. Dr.
Nathaniel Sorofl. associate chair
nan, and a committee of leaders
of all three groups are working
with Zev Baumuold. national Labor
Zionist dirt cor of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, in planning the con-
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A statement issued Jointly by
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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an influential power in support of
Israel and the combined Jewish
Appeal, and its membership ha;
proven to be the vanguard of en-
couraging the work of both CJA
and the United Jewish Appeal "
They called upon members ol the
abor Zionist movement to attend
this first important conference.
"This is a time for all ardent
supporters of the Labor Zionists to
oe counted and remembered as a
pillar for upholding the Jewish heri-
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Members of the committee 111
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Volume 38 Number 9
Friday. February 26, 1965
24 Adar 5725
We Must Get Off
The Nasser Tightrope
For years, the United States has
walked the 'ightrope of Middle East
diplomacy. Now it is time for our
government to get off. The choice is
still with us.
In the matter of arms to Israel,
with the exception of 'he sale of
Hawk missiles during the Kennedy
Administration, the U.S. has Drefer-
red to "permit" other members of the
Western alliance to be the supplier.
Until recently, France has largely
helped Israel toward the mainten-
ance of a reasonable balance of
power with a variety of jet fighters
and other military eguipment. When
reports of the S80 million arms
agreement between Israel and West
Germany broke in the news, it swept
us all with disbelief.-
Once substantiated, the reports
guickly shifted, and now the Bonn
Government has called the whole
thing off. West German Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard's bluster before Par-
liament would be amusing if it were
not so serious. In effect, Erhard said
that his country has the right to sell arms to
anybody, particularly Israel, without apology.
He also said that his country has the right
to cut off the sale. Perhaps, again, he meant
without apologv, but he did not say so. What
he did say was that Gamal Abdel Nasser is
to blame for the whole thing.
We spoke about the danger of submission
to political blackmail in these columns last
week. Today, there is another significant is-
sue involved in the now apparently defunct
Bonn-Jerusalem agreement. How long can the
United States expect other nations to do what
it alone must do in the Middle East to get
off the tightrope, in effect also to guit knuckling
under to Nasser's blackmail?
National ORT Day
Bureau Of Jewish Education
The Bureau of Jewish Education will dedi-
cate its new guarters at 940 Lincoln Road Mall
on Sunday. (See Page 1-C).
The Bureau's move from its building on
NW 3rd Ave., Miami, was necessitated by a
Florida State Road Board directive to vacate.
Now, the Bureau must make do with what
may be even less commodious facilities than
at its former si'e. Nevertheless, the agency
shortly looks forward to a guarter of a century
of service in the cause of Jewish education.
Apart from coordinating the curricula of
religious schools throughout the area, the
Bureau engages in a wide varie'y of activ-
ities dedica'ed to the perpetuation of our
ancient heritage and tradition.
Among others, the Bureau sponsors its reg-
ular "Living Hebrew" telecast, operates a Col-
lege of Jewish Studies in four locations through-
out Greater Miami, offers assistance to teach-
ers through forums and seminars, publishes
pedagogic bulletins helpful in the instruction
proces-s, is planning an accreditation program
for all Jewish schools to go into effect next
September, and carries on a Board of License
gualification screening process for employing
personnel.
Apart from these many valuable activities,
the Bureau operates an adult education pro-
gram.
All of these are geared toward the dissem-
ination of Jewish values and tradition in our
community on every level, from nursery and
kindergarten through college level. The dedi-
cation of the Bureau of Jewish Education's new
quarters Sunday will afford Greater Miamians
an opportunity to see at first-hand the central
source of the Bureau's extensive operation, as
well as to examine its unique library of some
9,000 volumes of Judaica.
Chapters of Women's American ORT here
will join the national celebration of ORT Day
next Wednesday.
Organization for Rehabilitation Through
Training is a program for rebuilding lives
through vocational education. ORT believes
that men are best aided by being helped to be-
come independent, self-supporting and self-
respecting.
ORT thus operates in 22 countries on five
continents. In 1963, for example, ORT students
enrolled in 600 training uni's: some 12,300 in
Europe, 18,900 in Israel, and 4,500 in North
Africa. There are also ORT schools in New
York, South America, South Africa and India.
By the end of the current year, ORT anti-
cipates, an enrollment of some 45.000 students.
Basically, ORT takes the deprived and 'he
oppressed and gives them the technical ability
to earn for themselves. Those who, for ex-
ample, have seen the magnificent Syngalowski
ORT School outside of Tel Aviv will not easily
forget ORT's humanitarian endeavor.
Greater Miami chapters, in joining ORT
Day on Wednesday, are spelling out their de-
ermination never to forget what a helping
hand can do for those who want to make a
new life for themselves boxed on their own
efforts.
Passing Of Felix Frankfurter
We note with sadness the passing of Su-
preme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter at the
age of 82.
The son of an Austrian rabbi, Justice Frank-
furter came to the United States at the age of
12. Without a knowledge of the language, he
rose to become one of the most influential pro-
fessors at Harvard University, and in 1939 was
appointed by President Roosevelt to the high
court.
During his tenure, Justice Frankfurter was
among those instrumental in shaping the direc-
tion of FDR's New Deal. Although in the final
days of his tenure on the bench he became
known for his more "judicious" and conserva-
tive views. Justice Frankfurter will go down in
history as a man who paved the way toward
what President Johnson today calls the Great
Society.
It was men like Justice Frankfurter who
envisioned these United States as a nation
where government has more than a passing
interest in the welfare of its citizens. It was
his opinions that helped nudge the vision to-
ward a truer reality.
during
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
BW'tin :ar.i:,j .
COR MALCOLM X. lea. r of
the Afro-American : -on
he formed after splittin
the Black Muslims, the ,
ens have come home u.
This was his appraisal h
assassination of P r e s i ,,,
John F Kennedy in N
ber. 1963. when he clear! .,,..'
gested that the maryred
President had paid witn hi.
li/e for failing to do m- re
the field of civil rights. On Sunday. Malcolm X also paid witt hi
life, but for a far different reason. Whatever the Negro le '
evaluation of Mr. Kennedy, the untruth of it will always spc
itself. Malcolm X. on the other hand, died by violence becalm
preached violence.
It was Malcolm X who declared: 'If you show me a non-\ !enl
Negro. I'll show you a Negro whose reflexes don't work, one wh<
psychiatric care." This kind of absurdity was the measure
man caught in the cross-fire of the hatred he placed upon a i
as the salvation of his race. His recent travels in the Middle
and the alliances he presumably made there, indicated the pi
live nature of his political view above and beyond the religion
iation he espoused.
Supposedly an Islamic sect, the Black Muslim Temple of
is not recognized by official Islamic bodies. In April. I9i
before the break between Elijah Muhammad and Malco
Temple was denounced by Dr. Said Ramadan, secret a r> ol
Muslim Congress
Muhammad preaches a belief in Allah, who is portrayi I
Supreme Black Man among the Blacks." The white man
personification of evil, is a slave master whose rule will ei
da
the
fffl.
the
while Christianit) is attacked as a religious tool for the ei
of the blacks.
ANTI-SEMITIC AND ANTI-CHRISTIAN
AT AGE NINETEEN, Malcolm X found himself convicted ol
larceny in Massachusetts. He served seven years in prisi
was dining this time that he learned of Elijah Muhammad. 1
inspired and converted. In May. 1963. in an interview in I
Magazine, Malcolm X declared: 'In 1946. I was sentenced
Cambridge, Mass.. as a common thief who had never passi
eighth grade. And the next time I went back to Cambridge
March. 1961. as a guest speaker at the Harvard Law School 1
His "sense of humor' was even more sharply delineated
a Negro audience in Los Angeles on June 3. 1962. shortlv afti
plane crash which took the lives of 130 persons. 120 of them
inent citizens of Atlanta. Ga, Combining his religious fervoi
his hatred for the white man generally. Malcolm X declare
"I would like to announce a very beautiful thing that ha
pened ... I got a wire from God today,'" a remark that elici
huge burst of laughter, whereupon he added: ". well son:
came and told me that He really had answered our pravcrs in Fi
. He dropped an airplane out of the sky with over 120 white |
in it We will continue to pray, and we do hope that ever
another plane falls out of the sky We call on our God He
rid of 120 of them at one whop "
The quote is attributed to Malcolm X by Eric Lincoln, writi.
the New Smith'' of January, 1963. and it is certainly reason
for the man who combined his anti white attitude with anti-Sen.
a prejudice natural to any philosophy also anti-Christian. Hi
the presumably pagan Adolf Hitler attack the .lews because the)
the roots of Christianity? In anj case, then can be little doubt'
the feeling of Malcolm x toward Judaism,
TIES TO FANATIC WHITt RACISTS
y^GAIN IN THE May, 1963 issue of "Playboy." the then Black
lint declared: "Make ., true observation about the Jew- an
do. -n t pat him on the back, then he uses his grip on the mass I
to label you an anti-Semite The Jew is always anxious to
the black man But the Jew that's advising the Negro joii
NAACP, CORE, the Urban League and others. With mo
tions. the Jew gains control, then he sends the black man dot
this wading in, boring-in, even burying-in everything but
. No. when there's something worth owning, the Jews got it
In June. 1963, in a television program m Washington, he
evi n further: "A lot of Jews have a guilty conscience when yo
lion exploitation because they realize thai thej control 90
the businesses in every Negro communitj from the Atlantic
Pacific and that they gel more benefit from the Negro pun
power than the Negro does or than any segment ol the whiti
muiiity does, so they have a guilt complex on this
Continued the psychiatrically-oriented Malcolm X: "Whet
mention exploitation of Negroes, most Jews think thai you'n
ing about them, and in older to hide what they are guilty Of
accuse you of being anti-Semitic.'' Then, defending the cont)
the Black Muslims with George Lincoln Rockwells American
Party, he said When these Jews come up in your face, tryii
get you to cry for them over what happened to them, you tell '
you don't have any tears left. You shed too many tears for
own kind.''
Indeed, as far gack as February. 1962. the Muslims show.
ticular sensitivity to the views of fanatic white racists. At a Mu
convention in Chicago. American Nazi Party leader Rockwell lol
Muslims: "Elijah Muhammad is the Adolf Hitler of the black
Elijah Muhammad is a leader trying to do what I am I
to do."

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7ME CHICKENS INDEED HOME TO ROOST
THE APRIL, 1962 issue of "Muhammad Speaks" set the seal ip-
proval on the address in Chicago: "Mr. Rockwell has -
well ... He endorsed the stand for self that you and I are t
Why should not you applaud?"
The variety of logic employed by Malcolm X was wide. II
dered on this kind of absurdity: "Jews used violence against Nazis,
but these same Jews who will condone violence on their part i
someone whom they consider to be an enemy, will join Negro
izations and tell Negroes to be non-violent."
All of this does not suggest that the demise of Malcolm X -
go either unmourned or unnoticed because he was an anti S
It does indicate the inevitable: that the violence he preached ulti-
mately boomeranged. Perhaps the greatest lesson to be learned in
the slaying Sunday was the one offered by Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr.. who, painfully recalling the Kennedy death, declared in A
hat "our society is still sick enough to express dissent with m
"should cause our
society is still sick enough .
This vicious assassination." he said.
4S
Continued on Page 15 A


Fric-y. February 26, 1965
vJenisti fhridicin
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Bond Drive Opens With $100 Million
Continued from Page 2-A
i:,.;. ,) constructive action, not
lip service."
T-e inaugural dinner witnessed
the Dresentation to Vice President
Hu-phrey of the Human Free-
dor, award, consisting of a mi-
ttel' on mounted on a stone which
wai Drought from the ancient fort-
re of Masada in Israel. Masada
WJ; the last Jewish fortress to
(a' -o the Roman invaders of Pal-
est.-e in 73 C.E. The award cited
the Vice President "whose life
has been a consecrated example
of oevotion to human freedom
as tW bedrock of our democracy
anc its mission of equality, lib-
er*, and justice for all."
A:
the
'
den'
.
:aham Feinberg, president ol
rael Bond Organization, who
. ited the award to Vice Prcsi-
Humphrey, stressed the sig-
ol the defense of Masada
, ol the historic symbols ol
sacrifice for liberty." He re
thai .'i Masada 900 Jews,
uh< ere the last holdouts against
nquering Romans, committed
'prefering to die in free-
ather than to live as slaves
.in captivity "
[ sa a c Wolfson, outstanding
in i industrialist, financier and
nitarian, was the guesl of hon-
or the Inaugural Dinner.
I nting to the advances made
v it! the aid Ol Israel Bonds. Sir
i-.,. emphasized that "economic
in.ii ndence for Israel is no longer
a r< ote dream. It is an objective
u i h c a n b e, realisticall)
ed As evidence ol its
progress, he cited the fact that
Isra i- now extending aid and
teel ical cooperation to fifty coun.
trii in Africa. Asia and Latin
An ica.
i-ael's Deputy Prime Minister
At:,. Eban, another leading par-
tic oant, outlined h i s country's
pli' for economic development,
stressing the role of Israel Bonds
in helping Israel "achieve a de-
cisive breakthrough toward in-
dcsTialiiation."
Tfci initial subscription of a rec-
ur, mount of $24,700,000 in State of
Isr..-1 Bonds, the largest sum to be
obtained for the opening phase of
the campaign, was announced by
Sar el Rothberg, national cam-
paigs chairman of Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
R Ihberg hailed the results
acl ved in the initial weeks of the
driv< emphasizing that the amount
o| Israel Bonds sold reflected a
"resounding affirmation of our
parl lership with the people of Is-
ia in the creation of a free and
ecoi inically strong Jewish home-
lane. '
ael Bond funds are of a de-
cis significance in the country' I
pro| ami of economic develop-
ni'"- and immigrant absorption."
Mr Rothberg said. "They provide
fun for the development of agri-
nil- re. the establishment of agri-
iiii -al settlements, the expan-
sioi if irrigation projects, the de-
\e, : rnent of industry, the exploita-
tion of natural resources, and con-
duction of housing. Israel Bonds
are the key to the effective de-
velopment of the Negev and the
Central Galilee, the areas which
must now be built Up if Israel is
lo maintain its economic stability
and find homes for its new citi-
zens."
A self-made giant in the busi-
ness world. Sir Isaac Wolfson,
who is a native of Glasgow,
Scotland, built up a commercial
enterprise girdling the globe,
with more than 2,500 retail and
mail order establishments, which
have an annual turnover of more
than one billion dollars.
Sir Isaac was honored for being
in the forefront of activity in be-
half ol the State of Israel. He con
structed the world religious cen-
ter in Jerusalem known as Hechal
Shlomo, and has undertaken to
build 50 synagogues in other parts
of Israel. In addition to being one
of the leading supporters of the
Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehovoth, Israel, he has also be-
come deeply involved in a variety
<;f Israeli business enterprises
He is an outstanding personality
in religious, communal and philan-
thropic activities, serving as Pres-
ident of the United Synagogue ol
Great Britain, and heading a fam-
ily foundation which has contrib-
uted mnre than S20.000.000 to health,
education and youth activities. In
recognition of his many philan-
thropies, he was made a Baronet
by Queen Elizabeth two years ago.
A deeply religious man. Sir
Isaac declared that solid economic
Inundations for Israel were essen-
tial not only for its own survival
but for "the spiritual survival" of
the Jewish people throughout the
world.
In this connection the British
financier said: "Regardless of
the power of tradition and his-
tory, regardless of the great emo-
tional and spiritual appeal of the
ancient homeland, Israel could
not exist as an entity, as a na-
tion restored to its ancestral soil,
without the basic elements of a
growing economy."
Sir Isaac quoted the late Win-
ston Churchill, who in 1949 charac-
terized the establishment of the
State of Israel as "an event in world
history to be viewed in the per-
spective, not of a generation or a
century, but in the perspective of
one-thousand, two-thousand or even
three thousand years."
"Israel needs us for her survival
We need Israel no less for our sur-
vival." Sir Isaac declared.
A plaque bearing a silver breast-
plate made in Israel for the Torah,
was presented to Sir Isaac by Ira
Guilden. national chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization. The in
BCription on the plaque in part:
"Presented to Sir Isaac Wolfson,
Baronet. Inspired by a deep devo-
tion to the hallowed traditions of
Judaism, he has become a great
benefactor of his country, the Jew.
ish people and the State of Israel."
Abba Eban, Deputy Prime Minis-
ter of Israel, told the large audience
that his country had been encour
aged by "the strong reaction of
world opinion i n recent weeks
against Arab attempts to impose
their anti-Israel policy on other
governments."
This was an obvious reference
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Because John Serbin,
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Samuel Pollock cared!
Do you?
That's right. Somebody took notice of Mrs. Stern's
problem. It was only one problem out of hundreds
of thousands, but still she was a human being with a
problem, and to her, it was terribly important. These
men understood her problem. They paused for a mo-
ment in their lives, and Mrs. Stern was given new
hope and the community through Combined Jewish
Appeal is given renewed inspiration.
People with problems like Mrs. Stern are part of
C J A *s continuing efforts to provide help all over
the world. People like Joseph J. Fleder, Max Weitz,
A. J. Molasky, William Bornstein, William Agranove,.
Byron J. Topol, George Sogg and Ellis Amdur know
that C J A cannot provide that help unless their max-
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Friday. February 26. \%i
Dentists to Honor
Dr. Goldstein
Dr Marvin Goldstota, of Atlanta
past international president 01 I
.a Omega Denial Fraternity,
will bo honored by the Dental Di
vision di Combined Jewish Appeal
en Monday evening, Mar. 8. al
the Standard Club, Dupont Plata
Hotel, it was announced by Dr.
Elliot Gordon, chairman of the di
\ i-i'
Co-chairn the division plan
inn: the 1965 i.iA campaign and
the evening in honor of Dr. Gold-
stein are Drs. Carl M Baumann.
George A Graham, Morton Rosen
bluth and Gerald I. Wernick.
Dr. Goldstone hos just com-
pleted his term of office as pres-
ident of the Alpha Omega, com
prising almost 15,000 dentist
throughout the world. He previ-
ously served as regent for sev-
eral years of the Southeastern
area and national editor of the
Alpha Omega Dental Journal for
three years.
Dr. Goldstein has lectured
throughout the I'nited States. Can-
ada Mexico. Fiance. England and
Israel.
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
Sels Combined Jewish Appeal Sabbath
dynamically, nor can its v,
ix tdeajualeajv perfbri.....
each oi its mom hers p
l.incc with hia capi
DW. IHAKVIN C01DSUIN
"We arc privileged to have an
outstanding member of the dental
profession as our guest. Dr. Gold-
stein not only has served our pro-
fession well, but has been a leader
in the Atlanta community and in
local national and international
philanthropy." Dr Gordon de-
clared,
Hias Chief Will Be Specker Here
.lames P. Rice, executive director
ol the United HIAS Service, will be
special guesl at the Food and Al-
lied Trades Division Luncheon on
Thursday. Mar ;;. at Gallagher's
Restaurant, it was announced bj
Herman Siein and Jack stem. Food
Group co-chairmen
The annual industry luncheon
will be hosted by Joseph /. Lipsky
ot Gallagher's,
HIAS Mas helped resettle thous-
ands ol Cuban Jewish families her;
and relocate hundred* of addi-
tional Ci.ban Jewish families in
Cities throughout the United
States
Rice was recently honored by
President Johnson with an ap-
pointment to a special White
House Ccmmittee studying the
vital legislation necessary to
change American immigration
laws.
Jerry Blank is serving as isse-
. Late campaign chairman of the
overall Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, as well as chairman oi
the Pood Division,
j'-. n i~ <'' mfl as viee
Ihi i od Di\ ision
ibinical Association I Great-
,. Miami has issued a picelama
tion designating tins Friday night
; nd Saturdaj as "Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Sabbath."
Proclamation ol the CJA Sab
Beach National
Staff Promoted
Fan- officers and Iwo staff mem
bers Ol the Miami Beach Firs!
National Bank have been promoted
to new positions at the bank, it
was announced this week by the
bund Of directors.
William C. Spitzer. former as-
sistant vice president, has been
been elected viee president John
H Test, former trust officer, has
been named vice president in
charge of estate planning. New as
sistant vice presidents are Miss
Jiuse N naryman and Anthuny A
Noboa. Both formerly served a s
assistant cashiers
NYuly-elected ollicers of the
hank are Mrs Emma Holt, assist
ant cashier, a n d Miss Rozelle
Whitehead. assistant trust officer.
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Mapai Backs Eshkol Against Gurion
Continued frm Po 1-A
had emerged 'flrengar ar.u united
lS ith no feeling "1 fanaticism, no
feeling of delcat lor any of the
groups."
\ few haws after ,1,e convention
ended, Ben Curious supporters
came to his home sinking and
chanting, "He's a jolly good fel-
low." The former Premier, who
urns already in bed, came to the
window t" wave at his greeters.
Whether he "as satisfied with the
convention judgement was not inv
nediately known. He had said re-
peatedly at the convention, and
before the convention, th.it he would
continue his fight for -truth and
us ice" and for R judicial investi-
gation 'l the Lavon case even if
he were expelled Irom the party
The delegates adopted a wide
anging group uf resolutions. One
ailed "" the Soviet Union to ree
Dgnizc the justice of the historic
desires of Russian Jewry, to allow
purification of .tewih families torn
. part in the Hitler holocaust, to
give full equality to Russian .lews as
individuals and as a cultural group,
and i" permit cultural, religious
and spiritual contacts between Sovi.
Jews and world Jewrs
Ths delegates also called for
ncreased aliyah and preparation
for it by intensifying preparation
jf Jewish youth in other countries
o settle in Israel. Integration of
nmigrantl and expansion of ed-
ucation also were urged.
solution, the deli'
i denounced Wesl German) 's
to Egyptian "black-
ll in of arms
to i srael and ex| ressed
in11 if. ulsion "\ er Bonn -
.....'-. ,- entirely incom-
the moral obligation
that rests on a Germany which
gaeks to liberate itself from its
bloodstained past."
The voting was precceded b>
gome of the sharpest debate ever
heard at a Mapai gathering with
Bcn-Curion the target of some re
sounding charges. On o n e occa-
sion he became so infuriated that
he walked out of the convention
hall. His supporters walked out of
a steering committee meeting
when the committee gave majority
approval to proposals embodying
Fshkol's proposals to put aside the
abrasive Lavon controversy.
Ben-Gurion made a 90-minute
speech, demanding a new judicial
inquiry into the Lavon case and
that the party repudiate the find-
ings of a seven-member Ministerial
committee wMetl had cleared La-
von of responsibility for the ord-
ers leading to the security disaster.
F.shkol and Mrs Golda Meir. the
Foreign Minister, both had been
members of that committee.
Ben-Gurion was challenged in
bitter terms by Mrs. Meir, Moshe
Sharett, who had been Premier
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in 1954, Mrs. Yitzhak Ben-Zvi.
widew of Israel's second presi-
dent, and other Mapai stalwarts.
Mrs. Meir hit hardest at the form-
er Premier. She asked why he
had not res^ned when the Com-
mitlee of Seven was named and
why he later formed a Cabinet
with members of the committee.
She also charged thai Ben-Gurion
;'.i I given his blessing to a report
to him bj Eshkol <>i (he plan for a
Ministerial probe of the l!>">4 dis-
aster. When Ben-Gurion called oul
h.-it the findings of the committee
wrr* "falsities." -he retorted, "I
\otcd for the findings and they do
net need an\ kind ol whitewash-
im."
Premier Kshkol told the opening
sis-ion that relations between Is-
rael and the United States were
now "stronger than ever." He said
he hoped that "the wide agree-
ment" between the two countries
"ii essential problems, such as wa.
lit and desalination, would con-
tinue. He also said that Israel
maintained a close watch on
United stales intentions to help
the cause of peace in the Middle
Fast "in conned ion with the Ar-
abs' search for arms and the ac-
tion ot the Arab countries which
have established a combined com-
mand in oraer to attack Israel."
lie warned Lebanon io refrain
fiom diverting sources in I ha'
country of ihe Jordan River in line
with "the negative, nationalistic
notion of 'neither you nor me'."
The Lebanese plans would waste
the waters rather than let Israel
'.:\ access lo them. If it happened.
he added, "we will defend our
slate and our waters with all our
might."
Mr. Eshkol predicted that, by
the end of this decade, Israel will
have a population of 3,000,000. In
spite of the shortage of water re-
sources, he said, more settle-
ments will be established in the
Gal'lee region and elsewhere. In-
dustrial developments, he said,
will absorb 70,000 new workers
before the end of the 60s.
Pointing to the need for the
growth of the country's educational
s> stem especially in high schools
and in all branches of sciences ami
technology Mr. Eshkol predicted
the development of "scientific kib-
luitzim." These, he said, will be
composed of scientists and tech-
nicians aiding industry.
Freud is Subject
Of UM Prof.
At Beth Sholom
Prof. James T 'ledeschi Jr., de-
partment of Psychology, Univer-
sity ol Miami, will discuss the life
of Sigmund Freud as it relates to
the book. "Six Who Changed the
World." by l)r Henry E. Kagan.
on Monday, .1 p.m.. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Lecture is part ot a scries based
on the Kagan book being given by
ihe Adult Education Department
ol Temple Beth Sholom, chaired
!> Mrs. Irving r). Kaplan.
Fr m 8 to 0 p.m. courses in He-
brew and modern Jewish history
i e given by members of the Beth
Sholom faculty and Rabbi Sanforri
Seltzer, Director. Southeast Fed-
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+Jeristi itcrldiain
Friday. February 26.
13S5
U.S. Wants to Help Bonn in Mid East
BONN(JTA)The United Stales
Ambassador to West Germany con-
ferred here with Foreign Minister
Gerhard Schrw-dcr and "expres-
sed American willingness to assist
Germany" toward settling its cur-
rent Middle East crisis. State Sec-
retary Kail-Gunther von Hase.
spokesman for the Government,
announced.
Mr. von Hase refused to provide
further details about the confer-
ence between the Washington en-
voy and Dr. Schroeder. He also
said he had no information about
reports that further mediation ef-
forts between West Germany and
Egypt are now being undertaken
by a Spanish diplomat. It was
Spain that arranged the agree-
ment between Bonn and Cairo
nearly two weeks ago for Ger-
many's cessation of arms ship-
ments to Israel.
Asserting that he had "the im-
pression" that "in Israel, further
understanding has developed re- i
cently," Mr. von Hase said that
'it is now Israel's turn to act." I
Chancellor Ludw;/j Erhard had
sent a letter to Israel's Prime
Minister Levi Eshlcol, dealing
with the imbroglio that develop' ;
ed after Bonn agreed to halt its
arms deliveries to Israel under
pressure from Egypt. So far,
there has been no announcement
from either side about an an-
swer from Mr. Eshkol
Replying to a question ;it his
press conference about whether
Egypt is trying to exert further
pressures against Germany, Mr.
von Hase said: "It is obvious that
all sides want to provoke the Ger-
man Government, but this will
have no success.'' He repeated
assertions made last week lo the
effect that the opposition Social
Democratic Party had been con
suited by the Government about
Bonn's military aid agreement
with Israel. The Government, he
said, acted in "accordance with
the Social Democratic Party."
(In Jerusalem. Foreign Ministry
officials failed to confirm reports
that the West German Government
was sending an emissary to Israel
to seek a way out of the current
Bonn-Jerusalem crisis over the
suspension of arms shipments to
Israel from West Germany. A
Ministry spokesman said that no
notification to this effect had been
received from Bonn and that, in
any event, further talks could only
be based on the fulfillment of
Bonn's undertaking.)
Der Spiegel, of Hamburg, pub-
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duly high." Since the agency be-
gan in 1950. the U.S. has consis-
tently contributed 70 percent of
the total budgets, giving this UN
operation a total of about a half
billion dollars.
UNRWA aids more than 1.200.000
Arabs. The issue of 'clarifica-
tion'" of the relief rolls, swollen
with the names of many thousands
rf refugees known to be dead, as
well as with many other ration-
holders known t be ineligible
has been a tough one for years.
Laurence Michelmore, the
American heed of UNRWA, pro-
mised last fall to submit a spe-
cial report to this year's Assem-
bly, deal ng with "rectification."
However, due to the fact that
this year's Assembly had been
prevented from debating any is-
sue, this report has not yet been
filed.
Among other pledg a announced
were one of S5.400.000 by Britain.
Sl.200.000 by Canada. $500,000 by
Wot Germany, and nearly $300,-
ouii by France. The 13 Arab mem-
bers of the United Nations pledged
together a total of about S500.000
which, they said, they will give
to UNRWA m "goods and serv-
ices."
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lished twin interviews with Is-
rael's Deputy Defense Minister
Shimon Peres and Egypt's Pres-
ident Gamal Abdel Nasser. Mr.
Peres said that, due to the fact
that "enormous" quantities of
Soviet arms have been sent to
Egypt, "the Americans, French
and British ought to help redress
the balance of arms in the Mid-
dle East, and supply Israel with
weapons."
"Germany," he stated, 'should
have done so in the first place."
The question of Israel's security.
he declared, is more important
than the issue of diplomatic rela-
tions between Germany and Israel.
Asked by Der Spiegel about re-
ports emanating from Cairo to the
effect that Israel employs German
scientists. Mr. Peres denied that
those German scientists in Israel
work for military purposes, "Gen-
erally," he said, "they work at
the Welzmann Institute of Science,
and only on scientific projects.
without any military significance
In Egypt, On the other hand, the
German scientists have very little
!,p i'o with science, and very much
with warlike armaments
Tiie Israeli official conlirmed re-
ports that there had been contacts
about German aid to Israel, even
prior to the meeting held in
March, 1960, in New York, be-
tween the then Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion and Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer. He did not say-
that such an agreement was con-
cluded at that time.
Asked whether the remainder
of the arms Bonn had committed
itself to provide Israel woui;
sent to Israel now, as char
by Egyptian sources, Mr. P.
replied he hoped this agree-
would be fulfilled. On the
ject of whether there have -
further negotiations bet,-
Conn and Jerusalem abou-
continuation of aid to Israe
replied: "Yes, in principle
have taken place." But h;
c lined to elaborate furthe,-
cause he "could not talk
inconclusive things."
in his interview, Col
-aid lhat the "only' reason
vited Communist Easl Gen
Chief ei state. Walter Ulbrii
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+Jnisti ncrSdUan
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^Frankfurter Passes at 82
Sy Special Report
uniNCTONRetired Supreme
I lice Felix Frankfurter
G rge Washington Uni-
II ,rpital at the age of 82
day.
itjve-born Austrian, ho first
lice as a liberal in the
,,.,.. ,,, the most devoted
:, ol Sacco ;imi Vanz tti.
orked diligently in the
t shape the legislation of
,:. \-cw Deal.
As a Harvard law professor
,,!id respected consultant in
Washington, Frankfurter extend.
cd a jocd deal of influence on
the Roosevelt Administration.
In 1939, President Roosevelt ap-
pointed Frankfurter to the Su-
preme Court to fill the seat vaca-
,, bj another distinguished Jew-
|,:i jurist. Benjamin Cardoso. In
ays, when Fascism was ris-
Europe, a bold, extremist
right-wing i" the United States de-
nounced the Frankfurter appoint-
ment. President Roosevelt was
criticized lor "packing" the court,
with particular emphasis on the
fact that Frankfurter was a "rad-
ical Jew."
But Roosevelt is reported to
have said that "no Jew ever let
nic down."
ervalives mourned his departure
from the court us fervently as they
denounced bis appointment, for
Frankfurter found himself toward
the end of his tenure increasingly
arguing for "judicial restraint"
against the broader, liberal interp-
retations ol the law.
(.i the occasion of his retire-
ment, President Kenned) describ
ed his devotion to the court as
"service (during whichi .
the direction of the law has been
channeled by many important de-
cisions which he rendered."
He was succeeded by Justice
Arthur Goldberg, then serving in
the Kennedy cabinet as Secretar)
of Labor.
The son of an Austrian rabbi,
he sailed to the U.S. at the age
cf 12, unable to speak a word
of English He worked his way
through Harvard and taught
there for a quarter of a cen-
tury.
Private services were held Wed-
' lesday. Chief Justice Earl War
ren, members ol the Supreme
Court and their wives attended the
rites at 3 p.m.
No Waiting
For Adoption
More infants are now available
In adoption at .Jewish Family and
Children's Service, according to
an announcement Wednesday b
Leon Fisher, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedei a
tion agency.
"Applications are now being
processed without a waiting pi r
iod," Fisher declared.
Further information is available
at JFCS. 35 NE 17th St.. Miami
President of the agency is Mrs,
Burton 15. Goldstein,
mix fKANKfUmtK
While the Zionism of the late
Louis Dembitz Brandeis was
well-known and documented.
Frankfurter's role was more) re-
strained but not less sincere.
One of the deepest impressions
that Ellahu Elath, the first Am-
bassador from Israel to the U.S.,
carried home was the personal
friendship he enjoyed with Frank-
furter.
On his retirement in 1962, con-
BEGINNING WITH PURIM
Music Festival To be Observed
By Special Report
NEW YORK The 21st annual1
c Festival, to be observed
, ughoul the country from Mar.
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Dr Binder, music director ol the
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irkiiis h i s Tuth birthday this
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^Jmisiifhrtdtar
Friday, February 26 1965
Will In
Viet Nam
By MAX LERNER
.
i
Erhard Defends Arms Aid to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
and that West Germany military
aid 'was concluded in agreement
\v>th our Allies."
He denounced Egypt, declaring
that whoever made any agreement
w.th I'lbricht was West Germany's
nemy and that the proposed visit
to Cairo was "a hostile action." He
stated categorically that all West
rciinan economic aid to Egypt
could be stepped if I'lbricht visit
d Cai.o as scheduled.
He contended that West German
compared to the huge supplies'
given to the Arabs by the Soviet
countries. He denounced the
"blackmail" of the Arab countries.
Frili Erler, leader of the op-
position Social Democrats, de-
nied that his party had been in-
formed about the Israel arms
aid and he lashed out at for-
mer Chancellor Konrad Aden-
auer for his recent statement
that if he were now Chancellor
there would be diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel. Erler asked
why Adenauer had. not taken
that step when he was Chai*cel-
lor.
Erler .aid many countries had
diplomatic relation.- with both Is-
rael and the Arab Mat -. and time
do r< to i... >* esl i ii rmanj
all ne should not find the possibil
it_\ oi 11 lations with I th the
,i and fsr tel Stre ii \ t'; i
millions << Jews 1m i h n n
sacred bj the Gi rn m ing
Id ", II, he said ; ..' must
be model n < r < to
,> d a si ;i
p ii; ol those .' b I.. sur
vived
Foi mer t hancellor d luei
a rneetii oj i U icra-
, ii; Parliament that
emi
Faced for a long time by the question of whether America should
or should not extend the Vietnam war to North Vietnam by bombing its
bases, President .lohnsin has evidently decided to extend it yet not
to. If this sounds like swallowing both horns of a dilemma, or like
having your cake vet eating it too. or any of the other cliches about
hard decisions. I can't help it. For it is as good a description as one i
can offer of the President's order for a limited rather than an all-out
strike at North Vietnam.
One thing is clear: it won't satisfy either those who have been
urging an extension of the war nor those who have been urginu a pull-
out of the American presence. But that doesn't make much difference
either. President Johnson is not there to satisfy any segment of Amer-
ican opinion, but to bring to bear whatever expertise and wisdom he
and his associates can muster.
In this case it strikes me that the President has made a pretty
good decision, given his alternatives. He waited until there was an-
other episode, like the attack on Bienhoa at the end of October, which
was primarily directed at American manpower and equipment, rather
than at the South Vietnamese.
When this came, with the attacks at Pleiku and elsewhere, he
called together the Security Council and gave the word. True. America
had not responded to Bienhoa, where so many America*-Utiano were
lost, hut that only showed American patience. The I'leiku attack
brought the situation back to the American response last summer in
the Bay of Tonkin, which was so effective and led to no extension oi
the war. Johnson decided to follow the pattern again
* *
There has been some speculation about why the Vietcong timed
their attack on t i Americans ami their installation: when thej
whether the North Vietnamese were involved m tlie decision, On
the latter question one can "!% g at the Adm si io;i kadei
who answer Ves" on it- maj have a bettor inform) i
the resl ot us.
i in the i oi timing there seems little doubt that the pre*-
em, 'i i Bund] is clcsei to the President on militar;
and i" :i polii ."' else, had a good deal to do
with i; dai ing thi g to seize th<
up tin' helplessness oi thi c world ami iis pap t tiger"
qualitythese ar : i and !-' '*>ical
ire oi the Asian Commui .-I- Secret )
Mc> i Set n iry Ball i. said that
America had no alternatives except to respi nd to thi cl t I will.
... i hat les Mohi does it me
that the Pleiku at not an especially lat e or one, tl
it was not an that it was not much different in pattern from
the resl ol the war and that the real reason for the American casualtii -
v.i- the unwillingness of the V'i lamese to do their intelligence ioi> or
their job as senti u -
These are valid comments. 15iit thej ignore the jica
elements the linkage with the earlier Bienhoa incident, the facl Iha'
the Pleiku attack was primarily at the Americans, the presence of
Bundy (and perhaps Kosygin?). the long wait of the American govern-
ment for a valid episode to which to make its decisiveness ol n oi so
felt The fact that the American air -trike at Don Ho dees not solve
the war problem does not mean that it was not useful.
* *
There will be many Americans who will ask why the air strike was
so limited, why the Administration seems determined only to trade1
blow for blow, rather than going all the way and risking a sustained
attack on the North Vietnam bases. I don't agree with them. It is
part of President Johnson's courage that it is always cemented with
prudence Twelve hours alter the attacks on the Americans, America
answered, hut it answered in so limited a way that the burden ol ex-
tending the warif it does get extendedw ill resl with the North
Victnamc-e
But the question persists still: will Johnson succeed m his effort
at a limited response? Will America get away with it. in trying both
to answer with force and at the same lime not extend the war" Pies
ident Johnson must have been acting both on American intelligence
(which has been wrong at times in the past) and on his own political
judgment. My guess is the Administration is counting on Soviet in
tluence as against Chinese influence at Hanoi. The fact that Premiei
Kosygin was at Hanoi when the American strike took place may prove
a restraining factor on the Vietcong Yetsuch is the uncertainty of
political analysisit might also put the Soviets in the position where
they would have to support Hanoi in an extension of the war. in order
to prove their militancy as revolutionaries.
* *
As a marginal note to history, it is worth noting that for the first
time in a non-nuclear situation, on a relatively minor military move.
the American leadership has brought into the open the question of
political will. I am glad that President Johnson has spoken in those
terms. The fact is that every impel taut decision is a question of put
tin.; on the line not just men ami equipment but the political will of
leaders and people. It is well foi us to know It.
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February 26, 1965
*Jewisii fhrkttM)
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iJding
tegffess
ported
loard meeting this week of
|li Floi ida Division, Amen
{,.. ; the Hebrew I ni-
jack s Popick, president
li\ ision, presented a report,
L iii;- record <>f accomp-
on behall ol the new Mi
lumanities Building, an-
henl ol a Woman of the
flinch for fhe Women's I)i-
LihI projected plans for tu
I j\ ities
bitment ot Dr. J. A Green-
as chairman of the Family
nu'iit Program was an-
\,\ in Popick. According to
kR Bauman, national presi-
the American Friends, who
il the meeting, "the endow-
program it a wholly new un-
|im which will insure a per-
scholarship fund at the He.
imersity in .Jerusalem in
|th endowment programs at
>ading American universi-
Greenhouse has long ben
ssted in scholarships and
| recently created a fund
will provide scholarship
In perpetuity to worthy sto-
in the Dental School of the
ftw University.
explaining the over-all plan
the Hebrew University, Sey-
Fishman, national executive
esidenl ol t h e American
- announced thai Greater
will have three represents
e forthcoming Hoard ol
- meeting on the Jerusa-
- it the university.
lint! the evenl along with
i ntatives ol more than 30
es of the world uill be Pop
nted to Ihe Boat d ol Go\
.a the sessions last spring,
- 'I'ruil\ Hamerschlag and
R ibin m ho ha\ e re-
signaled Ame ii
Ti
Dr. Drosd Tells Of Hope Ship
Dr. Itudplph E Drosd, who has
11 nil ihe Hope ship
-i Africa, was lea-
ia^i way
m Guinea, Wes
lured spanker al a special gather-
ing ol ihe medical and nurs
stalls and employees ol Mount Si
lai Hospital on Wednesdaj eve-
ning in Igeuis E Wolfson Auditor-
ium of the hospital,
The .famous hospital ship, i h e
en > one of its kind in the woi
,s nil its fourth annual teaching
voyage demonstrating modern
medical techniques in underdevel
oped countries Every two m nths
:>"> medical and surgical specialists
lly to the Hope Ship to join a per-
manent hospital staff of 85 nurses,
technicians and administrative
personnel who operate a complete
floating teaching- medical center
Hi Drosd de-en;.' d his i
s mi rtewl) independent i. 'in
. ,. where an upsurge ol natii
alism mixed with a real ircity
of trained personnel made for a
lion whi c h presented the
Hone project w i t h its greatest
i hallenge to date,
Dr. Drosd said thai Guinea was
full of complex medical problem
mch ..- parasites, tropical diseas
e.-. 50 per cent infant mortality,
malnutrition, leprosy and a host ol
uncontrolled diseases, a n d that.
everyone seemed to havfj severe
stomach ulcers."
lie said that "this is not a dis-
i .-< ol recent civilization, hut has
been present in the bush and
jungle for hundreds of years."' 2
Signing an agreement to establish Mount Zion Gardens at
Lakeside Memorial Park for ''ie Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue are (left to right) Robert B. Greenberger. vice pres-
ident of Lakeside; Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader ol Jacob
C. Cohen Community Syncgoque; and Jacob C. Cohen, foun-
der and preiident of the synagogue.
Rabbi Narot in Review
Temple Israel Sisterhood held
it third and final "The Sound of
Books" o n Tuesday morning i n
Wolfson Auditorium Dr. Joseph
I! Narol reviewed Harry Roth's
oook. "Call it Sleep
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S< ,ii m chairman ol
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi ls.-i.ic Ever.
--------
AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
---- ----
ANSHK EMES. 2633 SW 1th Ave.
Conservative
---- ----
BEfH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
son: .
PrlnW* -:. !" nn.l fc:l5 p.m Kermon:
11!. \-. ii Baa Mltivah Robin,
i-. ifltttt'-t of Mr. Rinl Mr-. Murray
iky. Saturday '.' a.m. Sermon:
"How Murh tuv a Synagogue?" Car
Mltvvah: Zachary Abbot, sun 'f Mr.
ind Mm bnmuel Bhavln. Junior
choir will participate In Bervtcea.
IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frltlai ii p.m, Baturday 8:80 a.m.
Combined Jewlah Appeal Sabbath,
Sermon: "Federated ReaponalbllllleB."
Mlncha 6:45 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
I" p mi. Baturday B : m s.-i -
i bunting Hands.
------a------
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
,----. .----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mcdern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
* >' R:l5 i" n> Sermon: "A I'.i-at
'< ir. :. < .\l .ilnl Mre. .I.i. h SI
hoiH Hi. 'in Shabbal in honor
.- birthday. Saturday v;~. a in
Siihbnth hi Shi kolim s. i mi..ii -I., i
' \--------Mli -|. "
eMSMSMssfiinsiiiissvisssnssHBMsswvvsnssMiHSeiwsMnsit
CANDLELIGMING TIME
24 Adar 6:01 p.m.
ii.". ;'-'
rLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Kiiii.i> 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Thou Shalt
Nol PVar." Ones Shabbal anonaoreO
by Mr. ami Mi- Sam Uoldbera i"
celebrate their wedding a,nnl verwary:
Berry Cleln will celebrate hla birth-
day: Mr*, kfalvlna Rownberg will
mark hei birthday. Baturda} 8:30
a.mi. Mlncha "..:'. p.m.
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. ReToi m. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
R.ibbi Richard Marcovit*. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
da ( i' mi i Combined Jewlah
v,".il Sabbath. Berinon: "Yours foi
Hi. Afklns." Ones. Shabbat hoated by
Vi-i.t hood Saturdnj B I.", a.ra
ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. seer*,
tary.
e
BETH TFILAH. 035 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky.
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservitive. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
oaum.
i -i.i 1.". |. in Sermon:
'What Ik Vour S.-lf Image?" Ban
Mltavah: Wendy, daughter < Mr. and
Mi- Arthur Waldorf. Baturday 8:4.'
Bat Mltsvah Andrew, son "f
Mr. mil Mr- Rolomnn Handier. Mln-
Ch i ~:4r> p.m.
SVNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
i day R:1B pin. Bermon: "The My*-
tlque of the Jewlah Woman." Baa
Mitzvah: Marlene, daughter ,,f Mr
and Jlr-. Raymond Softell. s.-itur-
day 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Portion <( the
Week." Mlncha S:30 p.m.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1519 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rahbi Alexander S.
Gross.
i rnl.i> .".:". [i ni s i.i \ 'i .1 in Mln-
cha IS i' in
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Canter Yehudah
Heilbraun.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I"iiila\ 5:311 an.I 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon:
"Be Thai Blxfcer Man Saturday <::'."
a.in. Bin Mltavah: Alan, .-"ii of Mr.
ami Mr* siil'i, > I:*/.; in. Harry, son -r
Mr. ami Mis. Richard Haaaman Mln-
cha 5:30 p in.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday .".:.!:i and S:30 pm. Forum on
"Combined Jewlah Appeal, N.....la and
v'ai-i.-' Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon:
"Who Cai Bi i 'ounted Mlncha :.:ir.
p.m
--
Orthodox. Rabbi Lavid Lehrricld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday .'. I", p m. Cantor Aladar FAicha
will official! .ii apeclal Kabbalas ser-
vice. Katurdaj *:Sfl .< m Sermon
"Por.....i ..I Hi. Week."
MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washinaton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
S737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
miaa.
Pridaj ". pm. Kiturda) 8:S0 a.in.
Sermon: "The Importance of the Bab-
bath "
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
A TASTE OF HEBREW
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A Weekly Column for Beginners
resented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
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Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODF.SH
Up lo now we are talking always
only in the present tense, only
bout today.
It's hard lo live only in the present.
We have also a past, is it not so?
We would like sometimes to speak
also about our past.
Correct, we have also a future.
But about our future we know
very little.
About the past we know much.
In our lessons to come we shall
begin to speak and to WTite
in the present leme and in ibe
past tense
About whit we have
and whal we had.
Yesterday has passed, and loday
is the present.
Yesterday I learned, today I learn.
\ esterday I orkcd_ hard,
also loday 1 am working hard.
What (tan one i to do? That's it!
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.mh jars p*i ni'Pt^ mw
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jonf ".ajjn ?jj_' a:
Tritf'aa v\ tr. rfs:
M^Tr.^n ty ^a
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.ninn djhv iswh na^n^g
Vffi B'tjjn' B'-^i'B/B
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jwtht Trikrjrt ng
future
l^ ii not so?
wc have
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YOlK DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
to do
lo live
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,talkin| iplural)
lime
presenl tcn>e
past tense
yesterday
I leamc.l
I woiked
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lav
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. |
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Piidaj 5 !" and 8:15 p.m. Combined
Jewlah Appeal Sabbath Sermon:
Tin- An "I Sharing i.- the Art "f ]
Mvlns;." Saturday S:4B a.m Sermon
"UlvlnR nf One'a Self." Bar Mltsvah
Steven, aon "f Mr. and Mra .inn Kot-
en. Mineha p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi |
nun Herbert Baumgard.
! TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday B p.m, Sermon: "Can We Have
Brotherhood without Convention?"
Dtacufwlon win follow. Saturday 10:30
a.m. Car Mltsvah: Henry Seiden,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
I'Yiilay R:15 p.m. Pulpll ftueat, Rabbi
laeorge i ebermun, Central synaKogue
of N'ansau County, N.Y Toplo: "The
' Sin nf Silence." Saturday 10:45 a.m.
Har Mltrvnh: I'harle' S., -n ..i Mr.
janil Mrs. I*'i ,-il 1.,'vin,-: Evan Joe, aon
of Mr.- Pal Lealli and Harry Lealle
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
I Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "l>oea Bro-
, therhood Imply SameneHa?" Slater-
!l......I iil hnai the Onea Shabbat. Sat-
i mil.ii '.'.::" a.m. Junior Consreaatlon
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I TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
waid.
Friday 3:30 and 8:15 p.m. (lueal
xpi aki r, Cbnrad Allaln Saturday :
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Pi Iday s I p.m Pulpit nuest, l ii
Al. rail, .in .1 Heachel, prnfeaMor of
Jewlah Rthlea and Myatielam al the
I \\ i h Theolosrlcal Seminary ,,f
Am, i |i Sa \ in da \ '.< a in. Se
"The We< kly Portion of the Rlbl<
Hni Mltsvah: Jeffrey, aon "t Mi anil
Mr* I'd ni.- Kramer. A memorial
door will h< dedicated i" the bite
Jacob .- | .111,1 Servicen rledlcateil to
Combined Jewlah Appeal

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Krl-lav 8:13 p.m. I'ulpii -n.-i. Rabbi
Jay Kaufman, vice president, l'nl*n
of American Hebrew Consreirntlon
Tuple: "Kit Every Generation there
i- a Destiny." Ones; Shabbal will
honor Rabbi Kaufman Saturday 11
a.m.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday vl.l p.m. Sermon: 'What is
Slice.-s Saturday '. a.m. Sermon:
"The Portion ..f the Law" Bar Mlts-
vah: Harlev aon of Mr. and Mrs.
Sbrmund I'..riant.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Zeldman
Friday 8:30 p.m Sermon: "An infin-
ity ,.f MirnH-" Baturday n 15 a.m.
Ilnr Mltsvah: Michael, aon ..i Mi and
Mra. II. ri.ert Hlrach.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Friday v I". p.m. Rabbi l.,.w\ will re-
view "Kahlii .in.i M.ni-t.i" hj Curl
Hermann V'orai
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. I
Friday vi". pin Pulpll smest, Cantor
Abraham Friedman, formerly ,.f Park
Avenue Synagogue, NY His aon, l>r.
Nathan I-rle,lman. temple vice prosi- |
dent, and Mra Friedman will host
the tneg Shnhliat in honor ol theli
weildlng annivei aary.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dicksen.
Friday 7:46 p.m. [family service Ber-
inon: "Lecture on involution of IjBW."
Baturdaj :4". a.m. bfermon: ""Our
First President, Oeorge Washington."
):.n Mltsvah: Mark, aon nf Mr. ami
Mr- ESpbraim Cohen,
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
m
YOUNG ISKAtL. 990 NE 171st St I
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. '
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday t a.m s, r
mon "The I'm pose "f the Shekel '
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYAKHEL
The people bring a profusion of gifts for the tabernacle _
until they are told to cease.
"And they came, both men and women, as many as were
willing.hearted. and brought ... all jewels of gold" (Exod, 33 22
VAYAKHEL Moses gathered the people together and in
stmcted them in the holiness of the Sabbath. He also Instructed
them in how to build the Tabernacle and its vessels. Bezalel and
Oholiab headed the skilled craftsmen working on the Tabernacle,
The people gave liberally toward the sanctuary so liberally,
in fact, that it was necessary to ask them to stop. Once again,
the details of the Tabernacle and its vessels are given, al the
end of this portion.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and bated upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. WollmarvTsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Is Bar-Bas Mitzvah
Truly a Social Event?
By RABBI MORRIS A.
Temple Judea
KIPPER
How can we deemphasize the so-
cial aspects of Bar and Bas
Mitzvah?
To emphasize the social aspects
of the Bar/Bas Mitzvah is the
most normal, average attitude
that we can expect in the Amen
can Jewish community. When one
looks upon our community and
sees the social aspect emphasised
in every other area of Jewish
life, why should
it not be in liar
Mitzvah. as well'/
Parent s who
plan the "big
event" around
the Bar Mitzvah
are only follow-
ing the pattern
that has been
well established.
Worship and
study are only-
incidental to our
modern way of
life for many
JewH. Leaders
are, for the most
part, honored not for their in-
volvement in Judaism, but for
their contributions. Jewish edu-
cation is very low on the list of our
financial priorities, while we in-
creasingly become "Bonded" to
RABBI RIPPfR
Israel, once again emphasiz
social.
The best of talents will lend their
efforts to the social and til
aspects of our communitv
schools and synagogues
begging for energetic, coneir
people to convey the pi n
lies and teachings of Judaic
Realistically! then, tew ar<
cerned about deemphasizing he
social aspect of Bar/Ba- \l
Add to the lack of concern at thi
mood as set by our Jewisl
munity, the almost total i
spiritual and moral influences ml
the modern Jewish home. .
appears more normal to en pha-
size the social aspect than not
The best that many parent- will
do is "farm out" their children tn,
the synagogue, which in lur
teaches observances that will hard
ly be seen in many homes Tin-
children are urged to worship
while the parents set the exam pi i
that prayer is strictly "far d-
Kinder."
Seldom do we affirm that
know how to live is more Import
.nit than knowing how to make
living.
To answer the question the
The social aspect of Bar/D
; Mitzvah will be decmphasi/-
when the value system of .leu".
alters.
Until then, for the family thai
desires to deemphasize. the answei
is simple: deemphasize.
Dr. Arzt Will Speak Here on Sunday
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor ol
the Jewish Theological Seminary
Of America, will be final speaker
in this year's Breakfast Forum
Series of Temple Bmanu-El on
Sundav morning,.
10:15 a.m.. in the.8'" and contemporary meaning
North Branch the High Holy Day liturgy, has re
Auditorium on ceived wide recognition.
7 7th St. and
ah The Five Books of Moses,
has already been published.
Dr. Arzt is contributing editor ol
"Judaism." and his latest boos
"Justice and Mercy," on the ori
'':-> .. i hi mi i... j
TJiij page it prepared :>i co>
operatu n with the I Mi-
ami / I Association.
Cooi-ilniuti" n/ features up-
fifurin ; hert i.
DR MAX LIPSCHI1/
ipfn'tual l:-...'c of 'jh
ition of Nonli Miami
.hi i
Dickens Ave.
Now in its
third year, the
Breakfast Forum
Series this year
is on the theme
The Challeng-!
Off. ARZT es Confronting!
American Jewry". The series, di.
rected by Dr. Irving Lehrman, the !
congregation's spiritual leader, !
opened on Sunday Feb. 14, with
Dr. Robert Gordis speaking on the
subject "Assimilation." On Feb.
21st, Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum
discussed "Intermarriage." Dr. !
Arzt's theme will be "Spiritual
Alienation."
Dr. Arzt serves as Israel Gold-
stein Professor of Practical The-
ology on the faculty of the Rab-
binical School of the Seminary.
He is a member of the Transla-
tion Committee which is prepar-
ing a completely revised English
translation of the Holy Scriptures
under the auspices of the Jew-
ish Publication Society of Ameri-
ca. The first volume, "The Tor-
Samuel J Halperin is chairman
of the Forum Series. Serving with
him are Mrs. Leonard Abramson
Judge Frederick Barad, Mrs Max
Boderman. Mrs. George Goldberg.
Abe Green. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
Morris Lapidus. Dr. Herman K
Mechlowitz. Mrs. Charles Rosen
Matt, Oscar Rosenstranch. Irving
Schalzman. Nathan Schwartz Mr
and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Mil
ton Sirkin, and Michael Taines
Serving as hostesses arc Mrs
Harry Brick. Mrs. Irving Fir
tel, Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs Anna Ha
ger. Mrs. Sylvia Kttrland. and Mrs
Use Lederberger
Suns/iine 'Country Fair'
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai
Women, i- sponsoring a "counto
fair" mi Tuesday, Mar 9, start inc
al in a.m.. at Washington I
Auditorium. 167th St. and N
Ave. Chairing the affair, o
the public, is Mr Dorothy i
President ol the group Is Mrs
ence Bernstein.


Friday. February 26, 1965
+Jewish ncridliain
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OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Leviton
Of Ft. Lauderdale
Habbi Richard II. Leviton was
burn in South Bend, Ind. He is a
raduate of the University of In-
[iiana, with a BA degree in Gov-
ernment. He attended and gradu-
ated from the Hebrew Union Col-
jtge in Cincinnati in 1956, from
k\ hich he received a Master of He-
brew Letters degree and title of
tabbi.
Since ordination Rabbi Leviton
lias served as assistant rabbi of
Temple Sinai i n Oakland. Cal.;
]l)hi Hi Temple Beth El, PargO
p ; and presently serves as rab-
|l, : r e m p I e Emanu-El, Ft.
[ dale He baa filled this post
[, r the pasl four years.
bi Leviton has served as
f ol the Broward Board of
h ;itirl is a member of the
I il Conference of American
Rabbis, serving on its Projects for
Israel Committee. Rabbi Leviton
has also served as National chap
lain for the Sigma Alpha Mu col-
lege fraternity.
He has written articles for the
B'nai B'rith Monthly, the Octagon
ian and several newspapers.
Rabbi Leviton is married to the
former Lenora Mae Epstein, ol
Indianapolis, Ind. They have
four children. Laurie 9; Danny 7:
Amy 5; and Nancy 1.
Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauder-
dale is the only Jewish congrega-
tion in the city. It is affiliated with
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the parent body of rolled in the Religious School,
leform congregations, The pres- There i> also an active mid-week
ent sanctuary w a s dedicated in Hebrew program,
1939. There are some 300 family i President of Temple Emanii Kl
members, with 225 children en it present i> Kenneth Burnstine.
Women to Meet With the Rabbi
"Brunch With the Rabbi" will
be the feature of the adult educa-
tion program. Temple Emanu-El
Women's Institute of Jewish Stud-
ies, on Tuesday, 11 a.m. Mrs.
Ben Zion Ginsburg is chairman
Classes will meet for an infor-
mal session with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man for the third lecture-discus-
sion on the subject. "Tools of Jew-
ish Living."
Beginners Hebrew, Congrega-
tional singing and conversational
Hebrew begin at 10 a.m. Joint his-
tory classes are held on the sec-
ond, third and fourth Tuesdays of
the month.
Temple Emanu-El adult educa-
tion program includes a book re-
view series, Sunday morning
breakfast forum series, and home
study circles.
RABBI RICHARD 1EVIT0N
Veep Talks at Bond Opener
Continued from Page 5-A
. the action ol the West German
iovi rnment in halting the ship-
Li ent hi arms to Israel as a result
pf political pressure on the part of
[he United Arab Republic. Mr. Eban
Lid that the nations which lie out-
bide the Arab Israel conflict can
decisive role "in the preven-
tion ol war and the promotion of
pi ace in our region."
He observed that "it is not for
other nations to tell these coon-
I tries who their enemies are or
I how to choose their friends."
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"'By maintaining a strict attitude
of law and principle thej may well
succeed in breaking the wall of
hostility," the Israel statesman add-
ed.
"The tensions in the Middle East
can be saved from explosion in the
measure that our neighbors under-
stand the firmness ol our resolution
and the declaration of other nations
to reinforcement of peace and sta-
bility in our region." Mr. Eban
declared.
Discussing Israel's economic sit-
uation. Mr. Eban emphasized that
Israel will have to intensify her
economic and social program "in
order to maintain her security and
and carry out her mission in the
developing world.''
To gain.this objective, he pointed
out. Israel will require increased
support through the Israel Bond
campaign to finance a large-scale
expansion of industry in the second
hail of this decade
A musical program was presented
at the inaugural dinner by 60 mem-
bers of the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra under the ba-
ton ef its conductor, Dr. Fabien
Sevitzky. Itzhak Perlman, noted
young Israeli violin virtuoso, was
the soloist.
Tin- delegates were welcomed in
behalf of the Jewish community ol
.Miami by Leonard Rosen, chair-
man ni the Greater Miami Commit
tee for Israel Bonds The invoca
tion was offered by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, of
Miami Beach, and the benediction
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and Israel were sung by Cantor
David Conviser, of Temple Beth
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Friday. February 26, [35
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Memories of The
Menorah Journal
EWISH STUDENTS in Amer
* ican universities know, of
ourse. of the Hillel Foundations.
ut very few of them know of the
lenorah movement, the lorerun-
pr of the Hillel Foundations,
hich originated at Harvard L'ni-
ersity in 1906 and played a great
cle in advancing Jewish culture
i more than 80 colleges and uni-
versiucs in this country. Even fewer know of the
Menorah Journal, the brilliant literary outgrowth of
this movement which was started by Henry llurwitz
in 1915 as a monthly magazine and existed till 1962,
appearing in the last years only once or twice a
year.
It is no exaggeration to say that the Menorah
Journal was the best Jewish and scholarly journal
ever published in this country. It was a magazine
of distinction devoted to the best expression in Jew-
ish culture essays, poetry, fiction, drama, philos-
ophy, history, memoirs, art and it left quite a
mark in American Jewish cultural life An anthol-
ogy containing some of the best material published
in Menorah Journal during the years has now been
published under the title. "The Menorah Treasury,"
by the Jewish Publication Society.
Kd'ted by I.eo \V. Schwartz, the anthology is the
first volume of the Menorah Treasury, eventually to
consist of 10 to 12 volumes designed to present the
h:gh level of thought and literary excellence which
marked the work published in the Menorah Journal.
In the first volume, one finds essays by Louis Bran-
deis, Felix Frankfurter, Horace M Fallen. Israel
Zangvvill, Morris Raphael Cohen, Salo Baron, Moses
ind then \ short stories by Martin
pr. Chaim Nachm; n B al k, Irving Finn- .
kleyer Levin. Maurice Samuel, Charles Resnikoff,
Isaac Babel, Charles Angoff and others
foreign Hews teller By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Eitani Case
&
ilNA EITAI I 19*7
tor ha i yea i
ill al .mini
lei Army,
' lh pd for
ronti lent and
shi a member
cil ol Upper Nazareth.
In th- 1948 census, M ESitani was
reco led .. ueing ol Jewish nationality, When the Cit-
izenship Lav was adopted in 1062, she rece'v>d lra |i
itizensbip under the article granting automatic citizen-
ship td immigrant Jews under the Law ol Return, in
1961. she applied lor and received a passport which was
renewed early last year.
Suddenly, last December. Mrs Kitani received a re
quest from the Interior Ministry's Population Registry to
hand in her passoprt. The notification stated that doubts
had arisen regarding her status as a Jew and that hence
her citizenship status had to be revised according to the
law.
It was disclosed that Mrs Eitani's mother was not
Jewish and so. according to the Halacha. she was not
Jewish and thus not eligible for citizenship under the
Ijw of Return. These are the facts of the 'Eitani Case."
Were it not for the political feuding between the Na
tional Religious Party and the Mapai in t'pner Nazareth,
the whole case might have passed unnoticed. Indeed, at
the beginning. Mrs. Eitani appeared to have been ready
to be converted to Judaism and has submitted an appli-
cation to the Tiberias Rabbinical Court She could Bave
al-o applied for naturalization.
However, the matter soon flared up into a full scale
controversy that reached the Knesset floor; and as in
-o many other instances, the tension evoked obscured the
relevant points of the issue.
The Interior Ministry officials themselves admitted
that the whole case was a regrettable one. They made if
quite dear that Mrs. Eitani was not being accused of
mak.ni- a deliberately false declaration when she staled
thai she was Jewish. However, they pointed out that tlioy
could not ignore the directives which state that the follow-
ing persons shall be EegiStered as Jewish: a person born
of a Jewish mother who professes, no other religion, or a
person who has been converted to Judaism in accordance
with the Jewish law. The case of Mrs Eitani. they said
was not the first that had come up; there were Others
like it, and they have all been settled quietly. 8s would
have been this case were it not for the small mimled
politicians." The whole issue, they said, was a "tempest
in a teacup."
Those up in arms against the Ministry's action argue
that in the first place the Ministry directives were issued
after Mrs. Eitani declared herself to be a Jew and hence
the Law of Return which does not express a clear opin-
ion as to who is to be considered a Jew for the purpose
of this law was and should remain applicable to her

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Yiddish a Special Way of Life
MfHILE GLOOMY prophets have
" been predicting the eailv de
mise of Yiddish, of a sudden there
is a sign of flowering instead. The
oti-r da1' a nroiec' "as allMiefM-
ced for the compiling of an un-
abridged Yidd'sh dictionary, to
take some fifteen years in the
making under the editor^h-p ot
Mr. Stutchkoff, author of the ex-
cellent "Treasury of Yiddish Speech "
On Broadway, there is the phenomenal success
of Zero Mostel in the Sholem Aleichem musical.
"The Fiddler on the Roof."
Much of the interest in Yiddish is in circles
which hitherto have had little to do with Yiddish.
In the old days, there was an inferiority complex
attached to Yiddish. Jews would even boast of their
ignorance of Yiddish like the lady who said. "Why.
do you know, before I met my husband. I never
knew what a Sehlemicl was."
Yiddish lacked status because it had not the
hacking of an established national authority. But
it had the strength of the common people. It was
saturated with those qualities which we ascribe to
Lincoln.
Lincoln was an authority on the common peo-
ple. He said Cod must have loved them, because He
made so many of them. Sholem Aleichem said (I,
must have not loved the poor people, because il H
had. would He have made them poor The two ui
contradictory, and yet I think Lincoln would ha\
appreciated Sholem Aleichem's print of view .,.
vice versa.
Yiddish is not only a language It is a was i
life, a way of thinking about Cod and man. Tl
Jew living under conditions of oppression had hi-
only friend in Cod, and God naturally became vet
close to him. In Sholem Aleichem's play, Tc\j
talks to Cod as familiarly as he does to his tell .
man. From Mr. Stutchkoft s "Treasury of Yiddis
Speech." I get another illustration ot the ma
piaying to God and saving to Him. "God, if you he!
me. all right, but if you won't, hub ich a sbwesti
in America.' (If you wo i't help me. I bave | ijnti
in America who will help.)"
The Yiddish Jew believed in compassion. II
responded to idealisms of all kinds. It was t!
Yiddish Jews who laid the foundation of moder
Israel. And they were universalists too. Yiddis
was the first international language There is
ably no part of the world where you will not find
few Yiddish-speaking Jews. Dr. Zamcnhnff. Invei
tor of the universal language. Esperanto, was
Yiddish-speaking Jew and for a time thought of try
ing to fashion Yiddish into the universal tongui
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Police Birchites are Cause for Trouble
11 > ol IS
"V.fE beueve that in a general
waj histors reoe ts Its F> r ans
m tion ol eause m liar to an
er combination ol causes, will lead
i ili to a combination ol i suits
I il similar to the one pro hiced
- T>m thi pen cf I
; Ro Hot. of i
. spokesman for the John B
IV.
' e i .' i-, lo n in *< hat he 15 -
iv '>. r the 1 mi nous e si it Mr Ri u 1
. tibliclv th;
1 it- ol the John Bin h Socii tj nd sir.i
Rot says, havi
not the acceptam e of B
1 n asing oumbei of 1
' in in< sii 1 iber 0 Bii ch< 1 I
;'' i< bas ra< > into the ran
on tarian po
Ju to inji ot t hi points of inconsistencs bel honi rah
drip and membership in the Birch Societj On
the battle cries of Robert II W Welch Jr., the ma
who brought the Birch genie out of a bottle, is: "This is
a Republic, not a democracy: let's keep II that way."
Docs it not follow that Birchcrs who are policemen
would soon have to decide whether to go on being slavish
followers of such claptrap or to give up membership in
this terrifying organization the spiritual descendant
of the Know Nothing Movement, so long a powerful anti
democratic force in our frontier societ) "
Reading Birch literature, as Birch members ol the
UN listening Post:
Police Department must, one is taught that
bonds are a poor buy. that the Chiel Jus
Court should lie impeached, thai Dwighl
hower is a di ant of th<
conspiracy, that Americans will remembei '
geral I Kennedy as one to he \ Bin h
policeman's uniform or out ol it. will he
1100 tin : into p raries to fen ool
thctical to democracy .will
1 1 it vi ,
\ lot**'! ,i that con
licizes the peace susl
that whi
as
Khn
i in ever;
er Act ivitii
lias rc.ipons Ij that this
I op r is plotti to ti '1 1
h enal, ti
nation into the hands oi Moscow \ iw let u p
or 1 on Birchers who are also policemen n
m.'in to the Subversive Activities squa.l. Will Hi
port (he right-wins gun enamored Minutemen ,.-
pect? Or the American Nazi Party" Or the N
Christian Crusade' Or tl>e National States Rights Parts
Or will these ominous enterprises of subversion 1 un
noticed, or even praised, while men and women who
their hearts for the cause of enduring peace will be li. und-
id, questioned, and suspected
By SAUL CARSON
The Silver Lining at the UNatiom
I'nitcd Nations
THE SILVER LINING bas bap
pened, Under the cloud befog
ping the very existence of the
' nited Nations, due to the dis
agreement on the financing of
peacekeeping operations, tins
IT'S General Assembly has been
forced to act "In consensus"or
not at all. No votes were possible.
lest a confrontation result be1 ween th"
and those power- including not only the Soviet
Union but also France and others who refuse to
pay for operations like the United Nations Emer-
gency Force, the cost of the Congo liasco and the
Cyprus imbroglio
As a result of this consensus routine, various
actions taken by the Assembly, carried unanimous-
ly. It may be of interest to look at the official an-
nouncement of one of these actions as issued by the
I'nited Nations Here it is. technical gobhlody guok
and all:
"Next came the item on the continuation ol the
I niteil Nations Relief and Works Agency for Pales
tine Refugees in the Near Fast (L'NRWA).
"The present mandate of the agency, which be-
gan work in May. 1950. expires on June 30. 1965.
The agency, whose operations are financed by vol-


untary contributions, provides relief, educatioi
training and other services to Arab refugees
Palestine now living il .Ionian, the Gaza Strip Leo
anon and the Sv 1 Ian \r.!> !!< public
"The latest report ol UNRWA's Commissioner-
General, Laurence MR'hellttOre, appeals 111 d
ment A 5813
"A dratt resolution submitted by the president
of the Assembly on 'his question (document A L
468i provides for extension ol UNRWA's mandal
tor a further year, up to 30 June 1966, without pro
udiie to exist in resolutions or to the positions ol th-
interested parties
"The draft was adopted without objection
"The president said the pledging meet--.
UNRWA would be held in the General Assembl;
Hall."
No further explanation is needed except to I er
tion that, in another action by consensus. t'NRA
was authorized to work during Ihe extended yea:
along the same budget it ban had this- year notit
S30.000.00O. That "pledeing conference will bring
in the money. The I nited States, as usual, is ex
pected to ante up about 7(1 percent.
So where in he stiver Using? it lies in the
lact, due to the absence of debate and voting, the
Arabs had no opportunity to cavil at Israel for
weeks on end. And they were ready.


February 26. 1965
-Jewish nrridictn
Paqe 15-A
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State Dep't. Objects
To Boycott of Bonn
Continued from Pg 1-A
canceling plans to buy German
made machines.
The envoy said that he had
touched on Jewish threats to boy-
cott West Germany and that he
fell that this was so far only a
move by individuals. He also crit-
spokesman Robert McCloskey .-aid
that the Department "favored" the
sale by Bonn of United States
tanks and other arms to Israel and
that the United States did not
"concur" in the suspension of the
arms shipment -
He also said the United States
To:
the annual banquet of Yeshiva -t Hpr-,. Pc,bbi A. J. Sofra, Sam Rein-
Vodaath on Mar. 7 at the Deauville Ho- hard. Louis Merwitzer, Harry Rosen quest of
left to right) Rabbi Pinchas Briskman, honor, and Mil'on Kahn. general chairman
p/eshfva Torah Vodaath Annual Dinner
be Held Mar. 7 at the Deauville
n
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: li Mrs !ia:vv Rosen, ol
Ave., will be guests
r at the ;'. nual dinner gi\
-lm ath Torah Vodaath
.....iunday eveni e,
;i, ; the Deauville
,- i foun ler ol the Hebrew
Miami Beach, and is
for his acti\ e support
I cati in the United
persons an
ttend ihi fun( tion
<"hair.~ai of the affair it Milton
Xahn. Associate chairmen are
Louis Merwifier and Herman Eis-
enberg. Co-chairmen are Rabbi
Abraham Weinschneider, Samuel
Rinbard, Sam Kalb, Max Kap-
lan, Morris Fogel, Bernard A.
Frank, Rev. Jacob D. Kati, Isi-
dore Goldberg, Emil Moscowifz,
Rev. I. Krantz, J. Miller. Phillip
Weiss, Rabbi Harry Zaretsky,
Jack and Louis Ciirent, and
Rabbi A. J. Safra.
HIM THE WEEK... US I SEE II
* .!..-.) from P a.\
1 i n es that must
I p
N 51 what
' and ( ; r itians
rit" \i';irt from Ins
ution in blood
I nent with leaders
'""i-l Nasser was the
'.....it ol expediency and
I the | litii il and
inciples he presum
used it was more than
Ihe kind of malice toward which
he was attracted bj his anti-
li was d dealing with
the devil's advocate tlud indeed
.' I the chickens home to
For him Sunday,
11 i '" i" Rabbi Pint ha'
Brt*kman, director ol activities tor
T rah Vodaath in Brooklyn, \ Y
Theol -: cal Seminary h is be
m me "one ol the world's .
mosl -' Is ol Jewish learnit
Rabbi Briskman said that classi
ranee from elementary to r iduat
school levels The Yeshiva compris-
es i" en i 'Mldin n v Y -rk a*"1
suburbs from elementary through
post-graduate level, a rabbinic di-
vision and teacher- institute, li-
braries (it Judaic and Hebrew lit-
erature, and lamp Mesivta for
summer vacations
Annual budget is oxer SI million
Torah Vodaath also maintain- a
Jui re earch center in
- Valley, N Y h e re ad-
' h lar maj devot? ihem-
lo Jew ish I'-
ll ".i n i -
li I id l
fn m Cenlt I South \ i
'hrry Co/i?n Auxiliary
" Pol '!:. liar ''! -
723 will hold ts first d......r lunch
eon at the Algiers Hotel on Wed |
i lay nooi In charge of tickets
ire Mrs Sadye Retnei and Mrs
I'll-.,-, Kink.
Are you spending an extra
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Icized the Jewish War Veterans opposed Egypt's bid to East Get
Ction ot assailing West German man Communist chiel ol state
policies toward Israel in a fun page Walter ribncht and that the i m
advertisement in the New York ted states would give "sympa-
limes. He called the criticism thetic consideration" to a request
' deeply unfair and unjust, to say from Bonn for use ol -cur u'ood
:l"' e*8t" offices" on Bonn- behall in the
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Friday, February 26, lgjt'
Noted Israeli Woman Lawyer Will Speak at U of M
Mrs. Sbuiaamt Aloni. noted Is-
raeli lawyer and radio commen-
tator will speak before faculty and
student groups at the University
of Miami under a cultural inter-
change program sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations
and the United Jewish Appeal
Mrs Alcni speaks first to a
group of University of Miami fac
ulty on Friday noon at Hillel
House. 1100 Miller Dr.. Coral Ga-
bit*
On Sunday, at 11 am. Mrs.
Aloni will make appearances be-
fore the Hillel Student Council at
Brandeis Women
Plan Book Tea
Miami Beach Chapter. Branded
University National Women's Com
tr.ttee ha- planned a book fund
tea at the home of Mrs Albert
I -:p. 4445 Adam* Ave on Fn-
Mar 5. at 1 p.m
Dorothy Krieger Fink will
.. e a book reviev
Reservations may be made with
lamei Helei Ralph
o and Donal'i Rubin
SHUiAMIT AL0H1
Temple Sinai Study Course
On Monday evening, the final
i of the integrated Bible anil
:: uilult.-
will bx conducted by Rabbi I
M L j i temple Sinai ol S< rth
Hillel House Her talk will feature
Israeli and Jew: Are The> the
Same or Different
Monday, Mar. I, Mrs. Aloni
will speak to stwdonts in the de-
partment of religion at the Uni-
versity of Miami on the subject
"1$ There Room for Conserv-
ative and Reform Judaism in Is-
rael."
Mr- Aloni is a practicing attor-
ney who broadcasts a radio pro-
gram over the Israel radio net-
work She specializes in cases
concerning individuals seating re-
dress under Israeli law. similar to
the kind of work dene in the Uni-
ted States by legal aid societies
and the American Civil Liberties
Union.
A -.raduate of the Hebrew I'm-
versit) Law School in 1956. Mrs.
Aloni has lectured extensively to
high school students on civics and
political science and has published
150 articles and a half dozen books
-, r mid thirtii -
e< ;.. ng
sons
Mrs. A -
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cf Beth Torah: Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai Raphce'. and Rcb-
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Leonard Kimball brought greet::.
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Mis Abraham F. Wechsler (second from left), national chair-
ol the Society of :he Book, welcomes (from right) Mrs.
Os! ar K. Rabinowic*. of Scarsdale. N.Y., founder cf the H*.
riiversity; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the
'Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of
. w University; Lionel R. Bauman. national president
rican r'liends; and Miss Lillian Goodman, Greater
Miami chairman of the Society of the Women of the Book, at
a brunch this week honoring Society members.
4. w<
ornan s
"World
"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday. February 26, 1965
Section B
Hebrew U. Friends Cite Women
At a brunch this week Of the So-
.-icty nl the Women of the Book.
members of the Greater Miami Wo-
men's Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
. i re complimented for providing
the vital tools of scholarship" to
I Kiel's leading institution <>i high,
er education and research
Lionel R Bauman, "I New York.
'ional president of the American
Friends, in addressing the gather-
..... said that "the heart and ecu-
er any ureat university is its
ibrary." and he praised the Great-
i .Miami Women of the Bool;
hairman. Miss Lillian Goodman,
ir the enrollment in this area ot
uorc than SO members in the So-
:cty of the Book
Mrs. Abraham F. Wechsler. na-
tional chairman of the Society of
the Book project, said that names
of members ol the Society inscrib-
ed in the illuminated book on per-
manent exhibit in the Jewish Na-
tional and Uiversity Library in-
clude not only Americans, but also
representatives of France. Brazil
and Israel
Mrs. Abram Fox. herself a mem-
ber <>i 'he Society, enrolled her
daughter, Mrs William Smith, ol
Cincinnati, 0.
Among those who joined the So
cicty this week were Mrs. Eliza-
beth Goodman, Mrs. Andrew Blass,
Mrs. Philip F Thau. Mrs. David
Klein. Mrs Herman Wiener, of To-
ledo, 0 and Mrs. Eve Schacht
Members of the Society were
awarded a distinctive insignia, a
pin in the form ot a dove bearing
the twin symbols of peace and
learn in!!, especially designed by
the noted artist. Boris Chaliapin.
Those to whom Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Women's Division, presented
the pin at the brunch were Mrs.
Anna C. Corrsin, Mrs. Pauline
Grundwerg, Mrs. Max Weitz and
Mrs. Clara Denner.
In presenting the pin to Mrs
Jennie Grossinger, Bauman said
that Mrs. Grossinger 'has further
( xpressed her deep interest in the
Hebrew University and the Jewish
National and University Librarj
by the establishment of a Grossin-
ger Restaurant which will be hous-
ed in the Library building "
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Members of the commit'ee working on the Temple Israel noon
donor luncheon Mar. 17 at the Carillon Hotel in the Cafe Le
Can Can Room. Theme for the afternoon is "Hello Spring-
time.'' First row (left to right) are Mrs. Sidney Rafiel, chair-
man of the day; Mrs. Joseph Ruifner, sponsor ticket chairman.
Second row (left to right] are Mrs. Jerome Halpern. donor tic-
kets; Mrs. Aaron Kanner, donor ticket chairman.
It was happy tith birthday"
"'i Feb. 16 for .loan Barbara,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
Glover And here to help
make ii so. maternal grandpar-
ents, Di and Mrs F.zckicl I.an
lau, "i New York Rabbi I.an
lail, rabbi ol United llias Service
and Congregation Beth Israel.
honored recently at the 25th an-
ary of the Jewish Friends
Society. u bich he has served as
president since us inception .
Guest speaker at the d'nner
lance held in New Yo Ami r.
1 ana Moid, was wife Helen, for-
ner Hebrew writer.
Alan and Dorothy Gale, 0042
'mi (in Ave., loving every min-
I the grandma and grandpa
'it around the house these days
Visiting with them are daugh-
ISABEL GROVE
ler Rebecca and husband Ken
Marlin, ol Easl [slip. N.Y.. and
their three toddlers. Richard
Philip and Kevin Another
possible Gale visitor in the Spring
is Betty Grable, depending on
husband Harry James" band
schedule Alan worked not too
long back in Las Yegas with
Bi tty and Han Dailey in 'Guys
and Polls."' which ran tor almost
seven months at the Dunes.
Proud household is the Millie
and Michael Govm homestead
thi se days Son Barry L. has
passed the Florida Certified Pub-
lic Accounting exam Now
with a local accounting firm.
Barrj is a University of Miami
alum Having completed his
experience requirements, he is
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*Jewlsttk>ridlar
Friday, February 26, Home Residents Set Installation
Area chairmen of the Young Women's Division
Old Fashioned Ball plan for the function due
at Westview Country Club on Sa'-trday eve-
ning, Mar. 6, which is open to young women
in the community wishing to make a S50 min-
imum contribution to the Combined Jewish
Appeal drive. Left to right are Mrs. Richard
Stone, Mrs. J. Allen Siegel, Mrs. Myron Singer,
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert
Noted Young UJA Leader to be Guest
Speaker at Old Fashioned Ball Mar. 6
Herbert J. Garon. .New Orleans
attorney who participated in the
Irsl Inited Jewish \; peal Young
Leadership Study Mi--ion t.. Israel.
will be a special guesl al the Young
Women's Division "Old Fashii
Ball" on Mar. 6 :\\ Westview
Country Club.
Mother-Da: r" \w
Team Honored
More than 250 friends and men
bers of the Hebrew Acadmy Women
Fathered to pay tribute to Mrs.
Morris Bienenfeld and Mrs. Jerome
Bienenleld. guests of honor at the
annual mother and daughter lunch-
eon of the organization held last
Wednesday at the Deauville Hotel.
Many civic and religious leaders
attended "in recognition of the out-
standing contributions and activi-
ties of the Bienenfeld family to
every endeavor and cause "
"An Afternoon with Al Jolson,"
presented by the Hebrew Academy
Players, highlighted the afternoon
program. Climax of the show was a
scene entitled "Mamele." dedi-
cated to the guests of honor.
A special message of tribute was
delivered by the Bienenfeld chil-
dren, Lonore and Howard, students
of the Academy
Fabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy, presented
both women u.th a specially-de-
signed scroll.
A special i I daughter
section w ill be sel a ide In the
forthcoming joun known
as the Ros and D lly Bienenfeld
ion.
Garon. an active young leader in
the Jewish Welfare Fund of Nl
Irleans, was guesl speaker before
he Women'- Division of Combine.I
lewish Appeal last year.
Mrs Benedict Silverman
Mrs. Howard Scharlin said tha
iai n sen on the Jewish We1
are ; mmittee, and
s i v hairman .>i ii s
Division and a p
ol the Men's I>i\ ision
ns cit ic affairs, the
P eial guest serves as a member
the Mayor's Traffic Safety Co
erence, the Metropolitan Safety
"(inference, and as counsellor for
the Association for Retarded Cliil
ren.
"He is both a personable and elo
uient speaker," the co-chairmen
stated.
Mrs. Richa-d Brickman is presi-
dent of the Young Women's Divi-
sion. Area chairmen for the event
include the following: Mrs. Rich-
ard Stone. Mrs. J. Allen Siegel,
Airs. Harry B. Smith. Mrs. Myron
Singer and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert.
Special table setting and decor
for the Old Fashioned Ball have
been created by Mrs. Paul Unger.
HERBERT GARON
An installation ceremony will
take place at the Jewish Home for
\c Aged on Sunday, 2:30 p.m..
when Judge Irving Cypen, presi-
v (i the Home, installs newly-
i lected officers and members erf
the Residents' Council.
Mrs, Sarah Cossih i lected for
, fifth term as president, will I
iresented to J 5 i n for in-
tallation by Mrs, Frances Taffel
,.; Miss Clara Trifield, both Coun-
,il volunteers and Junior Auxili ;rj
neml er< i the Home. Other offi-
to be installed are Max Men-
jon, vice president; Norman
. treasurei an I Mrs. Hei
rietta Grossman, secretary.
Seven committees and their chair-
men who ill also be installed bj
judge Cypen are Mrs, Pauline
Mordell, Welcoming Committee:
v r Norman Lifshitz, Guided
lours: Mr. Eugene stone. Syna-
gogue; Mrs Gussie Tonigold.
Friendly Visiting; Mrs Matilda
l-hnsoii. Recreation Committee:
Mrs. Minnie Berliner. Kel:e-.mie ,t
-erving Committee; Mr Eugene
stone. Library.
Other elected members of Coun
cil, also to sei > e on i ommittee
re Mrs. Mary Rifkind, Mrs Ida
Gordon. Jacob Shapiro. Bruno
>reuss, Harrj Palen. Mrs Sarah
Banks, Mrs Nadja
Mrs Rose Krlsburg,
liner, Mrs Esth Maisel a i<
Miss Jeanne Adaire
Mrs. Sadie Gordoi ime' roi
livit; and res
n I guidance of the work of the
U sidents' Council, ill sen e
lutsky to be Speaker
.' ira< I : I
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VEVD. Nov Y 3
/ears, w ill ap|
i before 'he I. lappine
'lub on F ri d ay, l :30 p.m at
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave.
chairman of the install
gram.
Program ol musii i .
ment will concludi
led
and feature the renov ,
group, "Stars of David
Harold Tokay.r
' U|ija^|gagB U^illt^iai^iM-^i^iw^,
about
Perchikol
Mrs Lena
Newman h Vice President
Edward
h mortici
first \h ent of the Jewish
Funeral Association at
a meeting "f the JFDA held in San
Francisco,
CRT Dcy Set
In Coral Gables
Coral Gables Chapter. Women's
American ORT, will mark annual
R1 Daj on Wednesday at Kings
:. j Y ii t lul
Luncheon will be served and a
'in show, coordinated by Par-
" 5h ip, ill be presei
r members modi
Mrs. Ri 'lard Fink.
Invocal li be gi> i n by Mrs
ui T. Sa| nd Mrs Max
v ill -peak
' i Ma> Deaktei
cation chairman: Mrs |;
rshi| rman; Mr
K I sky. publicity
JWVA Will
install Officers
Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary. Jew-
ish War Veterans, will hold its in-
stallation jointly with the post on
Wednesday evening. Mar 10. at
Surfside Community Center.
Following Auxiliary members
will be installed. Mrs. Lillian Fink,
president; Mrs. Essie Wolf. Mrs
Joyce Samuels, vice presidents:
Mrs. Sarah Gardner, treasurer:
Mrs Grace Buck, chaplain; Mrs
Shirley Tragash, conductress: Mrs.
Vine Levy, patriotic instructress;
Mrs. Anne Bernstein, guard.
Trustees are Mrs. Ruth Spiegel
Mis Sadye Reiner, Mrs Est ..
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lehearsing a tcene from a hit Broadway show
I Shirley Blum. Mrs. Anne Roiff, Mrs.
f Schneider. Mrs. Leonard Riche'son and
Irs Doris Rosenfeld, from the cast of Temple
laveis in rehearsal for the entertainment at
tie Emanu-El Sisterhood's 25th anniver-
[ ncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 17, at the
Ben Roc Hotel- Others in the cast include
Mrs. Baibara Bes:.ey. Mrs. Sanfcrd Burns, Mrs.
E!liott Hanis, Dr. Seymour Kreisler, Mrs. Harry
A. Levy. Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. O. I. Rosen-
strauch, Allan Yudakofsky and Mrs. Milton
Weinkle. The script was prepared and direc-
ted bv Trix;e Levin, with choreography by
Mrs. Barbara Bes^ey and musical accompani-
ment by Mrs. Millie Draizar.
old Schneider, region treasurer.
Mar 3, 10:30 a.m.
: I:
Gulfstream: Mar. 10. 8 p.m.. Lom-
bardy Hotel, Original skit, "Gel in
the Sum:;." written and directed
jy Mrs Prank Guttler.
Hollywood: Mar. 10. Place to he
announced. Documentary film,
"Mellah."

Islanders: Tea at the home ol
Mrs. Coleman Bulman, 4326 Sheri-
dan Ave., Mar 3, 12:30 p.m. Speak-
er, Mrs. Florence Kupperman, reu-
ion vice president.
Miami eeach Afternoon: Lunch-
eon at Blair House, M it ::. 11:30
a.m. Fur fashion show by Mr Her-
man. Documentary film. "Mellah."
Speaker. Mrs. Jacob Glassman,
region vice president
North Dade and North Miami:
"Coffee" at Golden date on Mar.
4. 8 p.m. Fashion show by Loie and
an ORT skit enacted by North Mi
ami players. Speaker. Mrs. Maune
N'iedenthal, education and vice
president.
Sooth Miami: l.unelieon at thv
ome of Mrs Alan Simon. 13780
73rd Ct Speaker, Mrs, Braes
S hnen. Mar. 3, 12 noon
Southwest: "Coffee"' at the home
f Mrs. Paul Reingold, 8245 SW
17th Ter.. on Mar. 3. 8 p.m. Fash-
ion show and documentary film,
"Mellah." Speaker. Mrs Louis Ba-
ron region president
Treasure Isle: Luncheon at Treat
ure House on Mar. 3. 12 noon.
5peaker, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt,
national vice president and a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
the American ORT Federation.
* *
Harbor House: Charter signing
ceremony Mar. 4 at Harbor House.
IT Day Celebration Here to Assist
bet's New High School Program
tin agreement ;>f ORT Israel and
Israel Ministry of Education
Culture to double the number
liuh school students within five
|rs i- the theme ol ORT Da> teas
meetings lo be held in the
later Miami area next week.
(eh mil be the high point in a
|es ol activities marking the
|ual observance from coast to
El : ORT Day by more than
[ih..liters ol Women'* American
|r* Jacob Classman, region vice
sideni and OUT Day chairman,
ed that Ciov. Hayden
-. Mayors Chuck Hall, Robert
Hi h. Melvin Richard, Shep-
ad, Clem Ehrlich and oth-
[ iilr and Broward Counties,
lillah Girls1
?t Wednesday
' 7:30 p.m.,I
.i social at Temple
h .1 bj "Gillah Girls."
' eans who meet a!
lorah each Wednesday
li adults from the Miami Beach
are united to attend andi
\\ ith Frank Farenbloom. di-
ii ii Camp Judaea in Hendcr-
[ille, N C,
ip Judaea is the summer home,
foung Judaea sponsored joint-1
lladaasah and the Zionist Or-i
Ization of America.
krcnbloom will show slides of
ip and be available to ans- .
f' it ions about the pro-rain ot '
at Camp Judaea.
have issued official proclamations
Citing ORT Day. as did civic ofli-
cials throughout the country.
Mrs. Louis Baron, region presi-
dent, said that the decision to
double the high school student en-
rollment of ORT-Israel "reflects
the central role that the ORT net-
v oi k i- playing in Israel in expand-
in',' and developing the country's
industrial economy." She added that
Israel's skilled manpower re-
sources are in great part the key
to its future progress a- a nation.''
and that "the present aereement
is a clear indication of the govern-
ment's confidence in OKT's know
how and experience in the field of
vocational education and train-
ing."
Local OUT Day functions will in.
lude
Bay Chapter: Luncheon at the
home "i Mrs. Paul Wilson, presi-
0 Cleveland Rd.. Mar. 3.
Mrs, Eugene Ros-
. .lu.ition chairman.
Biscayne chapter: Smorgasbord
lunoheon at Ronev Plaza. Mar. 3.
12 noon Readings of ORT poetry by
Mrs. Dave Kanenson. Bulletin vice
president.
*
Business and Professional: Time
and place to be announced. Speak-
er will he Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky,
president.
* *
Catalina: 'Member -bring-a-mem-
ber" brunch Mar. 9. Place to be an-
nounced.
Coral Gables: Luncheon at Kings
Hay Yacht Cluh on Mar. 3. 12 noon.
Speaker is Mrs. Max Dcakter. edu-
cation chairman.
*
Greater Miami: "Coffee" at
Tropics Hotel on Mar. 3. 8 p.m.
Documentary film. '"Mellah."
Speaker. Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin.
president.
- *
Greynolds Park: Brunch at the
home of Mrs. Barbara Posner. 1915
NE 207th St. Documentary Film.
"Mellah." Fashion show by Young
Sophisticates. Speaker. Mrs. liar-
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26
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Board members of the recently-organized Mi-
ami Beach Branch, Women's League for Is-
rael, at the group's first membership lunch-
eon held Feb. 11 at the home of Mrs. Morris
Schor, 4720 Alton Rd. Guests of honor at the
affair, attended by 75 women, were executive
officers of WLI from New York City. Front
row (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Chesler, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Harry Kaden, corres-
ponding secretary: Mrs. Faye Tupler, presi-
dent, Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. William
Prince, honorary president, Executive Board;
Mrs. Gus Tatken, president, Miramar Florida
Chapter, Mrs. Jacob Weitzer. vice president,
Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Morris Schor.
membership chairman. Back row (left to right)
are Mrs. Rose Levine, financial secretary." Mrs.
Morris Schwartz, honorary vice president,
Executive Board; Mrs. Mortimer Nathanson,
Executive Board secretary; Mrs. Beatrice
Hubschman. Executive Board member; Mrs.
Harry Kappel, treasurer and second vice pres-
ident.
Pinski Program
Will Feature
tenowned Artists
Israel Wetichansky ancf'MSsftia
Deny a, the internationally-re-
lowned artists, will !> seen in a
series of character portrayals and
icenea from Jewish life at a con-
cert on Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Miami
Beach Senior Hiuh School.
The program is heinj: sponsored
by the David Pinski Folk School.
Israel Welichansky. character
actor and mimic, has had a lone
career in the field of English and
Yiddish stage. He studied in Aus-
tria. France and Palestine, as well
as at Columbia University in New
York.
Mascha Benya received part of
her musical education in Europe
\\ here she made her debut as an
opera and conceit singer She ha.
been on extensive tours through
Europe, the United States. Can
ada. Mexico. Cuba and Israel
Her repertoire includes pro-
grams ranging from classical mu
sic to folk songs
The Pj\ i d Pinski preset
- inday "ill also include Nana
Past presidents of Temple Zion Sisterhood are
honored at a recent Past Presidents Ball held
at the Temple, 8000 Miller Rd. Left to right are
Mesdames Max Feinstein, Louis Grossman,
Seymour Samuels, Al Lampert, Henry Sha-
piro, current president, Elwood Goldberg. Max
Rubin and David Dresner. The event has been
an annual Temple Zion Sisterhood event for
many years.
Young Soprano Slated Sunday
Carol Lynn Blum, coloratura so-
prano, will be heard in a recital on
Sunday, i p.m.. at the Musicians
Club of America. 303 Minorca
Ave.. Coral Gables.
Miss Blum will be accompanied
;.t the piano by Mrs. Bernard
Kwartin, with works featured of
Arditi. Delibes. Faure. Jacobson.
Mozart. Schubert and Wilson.
Miss Blum is a student of the
I Diversity of Miami and the
daughter of Col. (Ret. i Milton R.
Blum and Mrs Blum, of Miami
Beach.
While still in high school. Miss
Blum was chosen Miss Teen-Ager
of Miami. Two years ago. she was
crowned Queen of the Azaleas in


Beach Hadassah
Groups to Meet
Miami Beach Hadassah groups
planning meetings include
Bay Harbor Group was to have
an "Eye Bank" luncheon and carl
game part) "n Thursday. Feb ?.">
11:30 a.m.. at the New Englann
I ish Bar Mrs Benjamin Stein-
muller was to serve as chairman
and Mrs George Meisel is pres-
ident
Stephen S. Wise Group February
One-. Shabbat "ill have a reading
on the "Psalms" by Mrs Rebecca
Lipson. Miami Beach Hadassal
education chairman Mis Abra-
ham Magid is chairman
* *
Harna Senesch Group will hold
a regular brunch meeting and a
Youth Aliyah play entitled The
Magic Heart of An Inn" written
by Mrs Rebecca Lipson and direc-
ted by Mrs. Eva Blum on Monday.
11.30 a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel
Mrs Henrietta Lorber is president
Beth Am Ladies
To Open Classes
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
will start a series of classes on
Monday. Mar. 15. at 10 to 11 30
am in the Adult Education Room
of the Temple.
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard will
cover the practice of rituals and
holidays in the home
Mrs. Richard Alper announces
that the course is open to all wom-
en Chairman of the series is |fn
Wayne Roger, vice president edu-
cation.
MASCHA BENYA
Shakert, American S
violinist, with
piano.
tin
Esther Barrett a]
Palatka. where she won S2.700 in
a beauty and talent contest.
This year, she has won the title
of Miss Dixie. Miss Blum has been
heard in concert at many Dade
County affairs, and is giving her
second annual recital at the Mu-
sicians Club.
Tilereth Israel Sisterhood
Sisterhood of 1
l.-rnel will hold a on akfasi m tke;
Social Hall on Sui
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Friday. February 26. 1965
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loliday in Spain1
lock fail Party
fy JFCS Women
,,-. committee of Jewish
t and I b Idren's Service will
bid a "Holidaj in Spain" cock-
tj and art on Apr. 10,
\:~. Max V Cogen, president of the
[ littce, has announced.
function will i>c held at the
Lrlside Communilj Center from
i t p.m featuring paintings by
r : outstanding Israeli artists,
as w irks by Ann Jaflec, of
I 99, Baj Harbor; Sasiha
k u Petite Galerie, Coral
la: .(-. Mrs. Sascha Bobbins, Mar-
||, Gallery, N< Voik and
L< Americana Hotel.
Kirs Bernard Kramarsky will
| ., large group ol lithographs
..(age fio entire exhibit, ac-
rding to Mrs. Cogen.
I \ h liday in Spain for two will
the first prize awarded at the
Irktail party.
ITIii' JFCS Children's Home will
, .: n proceeds ol the show
ktail party, according i"
I b. Goldstein, president ol
.. jencj The Home provides for
study and treatment ol a small
foup i f children unable to adjust
the close interpersonal rela-
i a foster home.
S is affiliated with the Great-
Miami Jewish Federation and
fcuted Fund of Dade County. Ex
i director i- Leon Fisher.
Mrs. Max V. Cogen (second irom left), presiden*. of the Wom-
en's Committee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, dis-
cusses the forthcoming cocktail party and art show planned
by the committee with Vice Presidents Mrs. Howard Scharlin
(far left). Mrs. David Kirsh (second from right) and Mrs. Eu-
gene Kalz. The function will benefit 'he Jewish Family and
Children's Service Children's Home and is slated for Apr. 10
at the Suifside Community Center from 6 to 8 p.m. First prize
will bo a holiday in Spain for two weeks for two persons.
Frieds Marking
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fried were
married in New York City in Feb-
ruary. 1916. A little over 20 years
later, they came to Florida.
Now celebrating their
wedding anniversary, they're stay-
ing at the Biscayne Poinl home ol
son Ily Fried, with other son Jack.
his wife and their three children,
of Miami Beach, marking the oc-
casion with them.
Among their many organization-
al affiliations, the Frieds are
members of Odd Fellows. Ri
and Hadassah.
Recently, they ve been spending
a meat deal ot their time travel-
ing, and arc now planning a tour
ol Israel and the Scandinavian
countries.
'empSe Zamora
:amily Service
[First in a series of monthly fam.
services at Temple Zamora is
^heduled for Friday at 7:45 p.m.
luring the Oneg Shabbat to fol
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will
eak on "The Evolution of Law.'"
Religious School students who
Jill participate in the service in-
uric Joyce Katzman, Judy Lie-
fnnan. nursery; Malca Fischman.
Lewis, Robert Spitzer, Ellen
le.n. first grade; Lisa lien. Louis
Irencwaig, Neal Rieter, Gary
jp'it. Mark Losner. second grade;
pcii Berliner. Shelley Glantz.
{ tine Siegel third grade; Sue
laren Lcderman, Howard Taft,
[>lm rout, pre-confirmati n
Veterans Will Benefit
Hospitalized veterans will bene-
fit from the games party being
sponsored by Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary Post 330 on Saturday
night at Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. In charge of tic-
kets is .Mrs. Benjamin Rochwarg,
chairman. Auxiliary president is
Mrs William Adclman.
MR. AND MRS. PHILIP FRIED
Adult Education
At Beth David
Adult education continues at
Beth David in conjunction with
the Bureau of Jewish Education
Classes in Hebrew and Bible are
held from 8 to 9 p.m. Rabbi Eli-
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from 9 to 10 p.m.. and leads a dis
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On Tuesdaj evening, subject of
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Waldman
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Kennedy Library
loi! Mar. 7
rhe John K Kennedy Memoria1
.1^ rar> Ball will be held Sunday.
lar. 7. at the Diplomat Hotel.
::> Davis Jr.. will be among
he headliners on the floor show
Ictor Peter Law lord, brother-in-
n ol the late President, will be
|h e master of ceremonies, Van
Iniith's society orchestra plays for
pi 550-per-Derson, black tie ball
finch includes a cocktail hour and
tinner.
Ms of bflrxv ii! be United
fates Sen and Mrs. Robert F.
ennedy.
The hall is being arranged bv
he Florida Committee for the Li
Irary headed by Miami Beach fi
fancier Arthur H. Courshon, with
1 Baggs and liobert M. Morgan
vice chairmen.
Outstanding success of the Initial Gifts Luncheon of the Wom-
en's Division ol Combined Jewish Appeal raised a record-
breaking sum of SI 10.000. Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's Div-
ision chairman. Mrs. Harry A Yagle. sponsor of the event at
the Eden Roc Hotel, and Mrs. A. L. Glickman, luncheon chair-
man, cor.' ibuted their share of personal effort to help the three
Initial Gifts co-chairmen (left to right), Mrs. Stanley Frehling,
Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. in the event which
launched the Women's Division campaign.
Folk Dancers Featured Here
One of the mosl popular inter
national music ensembles, the
Czechoslovakia state Folk "S'KC
r.fSUpe, will make its United States
debut Mar. 5 to 7 as part of the
Karlem Globetrotter engagement
..t Miami Beach Convention Hall.
Formed in 1948. the Czechoslo-
vakia group has grown to 40 per-
formers singers, dancers. arid
gymnasts with reputations abroad
as the best m their business. They
have given more than 2.000 con
certs i" combined audiences ex-
feeding 3,00C,SuTi spectators
Star of the group, which special-
izes in colorful folk renditions of
'/ >ch, Moravian and Slovak dance-.
- former Olympic sold medalist
ml world champion gymnast Eva
Bosakova. For her American pre
miere, she has prepared a gymnas
tit darue variation of her unique
free dance program of the 1960
Olympic Games in Rome and

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Friday, February 26. ^
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... PEG O' MY HEART IN FAIRYLAND
Peggy and Julius Rosenberg's black-tie din-
ner parly at West view Country Club had a Val-
entine theme. From the chandelier, all red. pink
and gold, and the table centerpieces at weal
gold c-upids filled with little nosegays of pink and
red with, blue violets, to the hostesses' long
pink gowns, the effect was .if being in
fairyland. Pictures of the guests were taken a.s
they entered the club. Next niyht was the Na-
tional Parkinson Foundation Dinner, which was
greatly enhanced by the Rosenbergs' dinner dec-
orations. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Kanner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Starr. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bulbin. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Lipkin. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Dworkin. Mrs. Ceil Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Sounders. Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mr. and
Mis Leo Chaiken, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Buck-
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Dr. and Mrs
Joseph N'arot. and Mr. and Mrs Al N'adler.
*
DAISIES DON'T TELL
But daisies did tell because the daisy invita-
tions sent out by Helga (Mrs. Bernard) Kr a mar-
sky and Gladys (Mrs. Myron) Cowen invited their
frends to luncheon at the Crystal House. Yellow
floral centerpieces carried out the yellow and
white decor. Among guests were Rita (Mrs. Les-
lie) Bukstel. Pat (Mrs. Martin) Fine. Harriet
(Mrs. Lawrence) Singer. Mrs Thilla Suessel, Eve-
lyn (Mrs. Myron) Behrman. Debbi (Mrs Larryi
Hoffman. Marilyn iMrs. Howard) Ayares. Sim-
mie (Mrs. Pauli Barnett and Del (Mrs Raymond)
Ruben. Helga was still excited about the little
jaunt that she and her husband and Pat and
Charles Goldstein took to Palm Beach to attend
the Haft art auction, the first time such an affair
has been held in Florida. Among the famous
paintings were a Van Gogh, a Degas and
Cezanne,
A FUN LUNCHEON
No invocation no speeches The lunche n
given by Jo (Mrs. Israel) Friedman and Mrs. Rose
Gould in the Empire Room of the Eden Roe Hotel
was Just to have fun. eat and play cards Indi
vidual gilt ash trays on the pink and-red flower-
covered luncheon table held the secret where
each guest was playing her favorite game of
cards or ma] Jong. Among guests were Mrs. Al
Ueiner, Mrs Frances Hochberg. Mrs. Sidney
Gniber, Mrs. Al Goldman. Mrs. Birdie Mazo.
Mrs. Sam Knepper. Mrs Rose Kushner, Mrs
William Levinson. Mrs Larry llarr and Mrs
Betty Hair.
*
IN BETWEEN TIMES
Last week was Vera and Oscar Zeltzer's 40th
anniversary. Their daughter. Miriam (Mrs. Ben)
Meresman. from California, and Lillian (Mrs.
Joseph) Horowitz, from Washington, as well as
many cousins from Detroit and two sisters-in-law
from Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kauffman
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sandier, flew in for the
gala occasion They were all a little surprised
that Vera is so deeply involved in her organiza
tional uork that she had to literally squeeze time
in to celebrate this most important anniversary
at the Gourmet Restaurant in Hollywood.
Frances Lehman
3eth Tfilah Will
Mote Anniversary
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 93 5
Euclid Ave will celebrate its 18th
Bnniversarj .it a "chai banqu t"
on Mar 28 at the Cromwell Hotel.
Isidor Kramer will be honored
at the banquel "for h;s long ser
vice to Beth Tfilah.'
Kramer is the tirst honorary life
president of t h e synagogue, and
v. ill !<' presented with a plaque a:
the dinner in recognition of bis
service to I h' congregation at
president for five years.
The banquet will also join
him in celebrating his 75th birth-
day.
"The present administration of
Beth Tfilah. under the leadership
ol Jack Ciment, president, has
many plans for increased facilities
for its religious and educational
classes,'' according to Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky, spiritual lead
er
More than 300 persons are ex
' pected to attend the event, said
Hunan Zaidman, dinner chairman..
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ISIDOK KRAMfS
New Synagogue Formed
A new Orthodox -<
C' ngregation Agudath v
I c. n established .it t>305 Colb
Ave., Miami Bea< h The
tion is designed -t r\ < .
neighborhood between 55th r
B5th sts.
Mrs. Hyman is Honored at Birthday Party Here
Mrs Sol (Anna) Hyman. 350
75th St was honored on Feb 15
v ith a surprise luncheon birtbdaj
party at the Algiers Hotel. Uos
tesses were daughters. Muriel i Mis
Lawrence A.) Weston and Dorothj
(Mrs. William i Carmel. both of
Miami Beach.
For the occasion. .Mrs Hyman
was wearing a red and white Ital-
ian knit suit with hand-embroid-
ered floral motif on the jacket and
orchids presented by her family,
A resident here for the past 23
'cars, Mrs. Hyman has lour other
children living in Long Island. N.
Y 13 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Her two -on-
: re William and Sidney Two
l Ighters, in addition to the two
here are Bobby Mr- Morris) Paul
and Amu (Mrs. Lawrence) Ducor-
sky.
Long active in philanthropic
v.ork both in New York City and
Miami Beach. Mrs Hyman was
founder and president for 13 years
of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Firsl
Prager Independent Association,
one of the founders ol Haym Salo-
mon Home for the Aged and Man-
hattan Beach Jewish ("enter, both
dames Max Weinstein, Nat Kra-
mer. Dave Berry. Jack Geartner.
Louis Pilzer, George Goodman,
Jack Segal, Harry Lefkoff. Sol Bis-
enstadt, Murray Eiseiistadt. Ir\-
ing Chidnoff, Harry Waits, Anna
Hirschberg, Paul Meisel, Abe Tow-
I in. Hal Hertz. Ben Lazarus. Vio-
let Barnett. Ann Wallman. James
Lappert, Ida Grossman, Rose Za-
pen, Rose Frankel, Ruth Peraky,
Lil Goldstein, Ida Glick, Grace
R senthal, Ann Wurwag, Ann Lip-
ton. Sophie Shapiro.
New York guests were Mesdames
Alfred Salzman. David Green and
Irving Roer
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Guests a! ihe hincheoii were Me-
Rabbi Baumgard Speaks
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard, ol
Temple Beth Am in South Miami
Was to represent the Jewish Chan
tauqua Society as lecturer at
Roosevelt Junior College in Wesl
Palm Beach on Thursdaj
.- presently on
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Sisterhood and
Greater Miami
Pallots Expand Goodrich Activity
National officials of the B. F, President Norton Pallot and Vice
Goodrich Tire Company will be In President Ronald Pallot reported
town this week, flying in from ,nat ,h(' <'00,inth representatives
Alrrn n i,. m. ...:!. "'" discuss plans for expansion ol
AKron. (_).. to meet with executive- v.,.., t ,. ,
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, February 2G. 1965
Jewish fhrldlar)
Page 7-B
Lieberman To be Speaker
Jeorge B. Lieberman. spir-
ader of the Central Syna-
ftassau County of Rock-
center, Long Island, N.Y.,
guest rabbi at the services
mple Beth Sholom, on Fri-
evening. Dr. Lieberman's
lill be "The Sin of Silence."
cussion of the Jews in th>-
Union.
[Lieberman. who is vice pres-
|oi the Association of Reform
of New York, and a mem-
the bv>ird 01 me norm
(or Progressive Judaism,
lir.it chairman of the Central
vence oJ American Rabbis
kittee on [he Jews in the So-
Kbit.
was in the Soviet Union
ral years ago with an offi-
[delegation. While in Russia
[discovered ancient Hebrew
^scripts and rare books in
libraries of Mpsccw and
Leningrad which were thought
to have been destroyed during
the rerolutrorr-and World War II.
His discoveries were hailed by
scholars everywhere.
Dr. Lieberman was the only
Russian-speaking member of the
delegnbon and negotiated with
the Foreign Department of the
Soviet Academy o| Sciences, for
an exchange of scholarly material
.:nd for microfilms of the manu-
scripts and books.
Dr. Lieberman appear.-- in a re-
cently-released documentary mo-
tion picture on the plight of Sovi-
et Jewry "The Price of Silence,"
produced by the Jewish Chautau-
qua society. Tiie leading role is
played by Edward c;. Robinson,
and among other participants are
Supreme Court Justice Arthur J.
Goldberg, Sen. Jacob K. Javits
Jan Peerce, of the Metropolitan
icenf Price and Marc Chagall Will
ire Spotlight at Temple Israel Series
Iccnt Price and Marc Chagall
pare the spotlight at Temple
Town Hull Forum Series
lursda) evening. Mar. 4.
(review ot "Chagall and the
a show of 48 outstanding
and original lithographs,
bo given in the Community
Museum ol the Temple be-
7 and 8:15 p.m. The ex-
will run through March and
daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
and after Friday evening
[i s Saturdaj and Sundaj
ii' until noon.
lan with great enthusiasm
initiating others into the en-
tent and appreciation of the
Vincent Price will give
iried dramatic entertainment
iree .great American artists.
a poet, a painter and a play-
wright, whose unique artistic
visions electrified the world.
He will do selections from Walt
Whitman, Whistler's essays, and
present a character bj Tennesse*
Williams.
Well-known to motion picture
and Stage audiences as a distin
gulahed actor. Price is considered
one ol the best one man perform
era today. Although he majored
in art at Yale, it is onlj in recent
years that he has gained fame .<>
an articulate spokesman tor art,
and the Chagall exhibition was ar-
ranged to coincide with his ap
pearance here
There are a limited number <>
seats available lor non-subscribers
?rvice Club to Cite Ladies
Hrty-six ladies will become
ibers of the "Golden Orchid"
\p "f the Miami Beach Service
Center on Friday evening
ilden orchid pins will be pre-
fd in the ladies lor 500 or more
fs (it volunteer service at the
It'ih Stage Door Canteen in
Ocean Front Auditorium,
be cited are Joyce Arceni :iu\,
li Baker, Lenore Herman, Cyn-
Brand, Kay Chase, Best Co-
Ruth Falana. Sylvia Kalum,
Bia Gold. Frieda Gorin, Lena
nuk. Molly Kohn, Sylvia Le-
Vicki Mann. Peggy MacKay,
Marcus, Hattie Milam. Sugar
prison, liuth Randin. Ann Rich-
i Irene Rosenblum.
pnnie Rou.ssman, Rose Samuels,
Si broader. Ricki Segreta. Bet-
|5eligson, Dorothy Shultz. Etta
mpel, Rosanne Stoller, Bessie
le, Esther Sussman, Roslyn
I pie, Rose Winick, Janice Wolf-
Claire Zapalsky and Rose
Id Klein.
Estelle Grenfleld, Rose Ross.
Dorothy Sution and Selma Tasman
will receive a 300-hour service
pin. Felice Herman. Vivienn Katz.
Charlotte Rosenberg and GoMie
Zelko will be presented with a ci-
tation tor special services The
pins have been contributed by
Harry Klitzner, of Providence, R.I.
Sisterhood Has
Sazaar Monday
Reservations must be made in
advance at Temple Nor Tamid for
the Sisterhood annual bazaar in
the Social Hall, where a hot sup-
per will be served stalling at 5
p.m.
Merchandise will also be sold all
day Monday. Serving with bazaar
chairman. Sirs. Murray Shaw, are
! co-chairmen. Mrs. Ira Rosenfeld
and Mrs, Marian Rubin. Mrs. Eu-
gene Schwarz is president.
Pioneers Pisa Chapter Meetings
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president, Pio-
neer Women's Club II, has announc-
ed that the chaptw will honor Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Shedroff at a
Curium party on Monday, 8 p.m.,
n the Farband Center. 842 Wash
ington Ave.
* *
Golda Meir Chapter will have a
untheon card party on Wednesday
toon in the Jordan Marsh Audi-
Brium, sponsored by Mrs. Jack
'"I'chman in honor of her grand-
daughter. Marilyn Fisher's forth-
coming marriage. All proceeds will
go to Pioneer Women's Child Rescue
Fund.

Aviv Chapter regular meeting
will be held on Thursday, Mar. 4,
1 p.m.. in Washington Federal, 699
NE 125th St. Program will feature
a new filmstrip, "House Without
a Fence." story of Pioneer Wom-
en's newest children's home in
Jerusalem. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau,
chapter president, will conduct the
business portion of the meeting.
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liishop Reuben H. Mueller, and
resident of the National Council
f Churches.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
eader of Temple Beth Sholom. will
ntroduce Rabbi Lieberman to the
oncregation.
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4s!hma Chapters
n Pledge Lunch;
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On Tuesday noon, at the Doral
Country Club. South Florida Coun-
cil of children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital will present
is annual pledge luncheon and
"ashion show, with clothing by
hartley's, and models representing
hapters from North to Si uth
Dade. Miss Molly Turner, of t'h
10. will be commentator,
Ties.dent of the council is Mrs.
>idney Ritterman. Luncheon co-
chairmen are Mrs Marvin B.
Guberman and Mrs. Sam Kratish;
reservations, Mrs. Robert Smith:
decorations, Mrs. Sidney Harris.
Mr. and Mrs Sam Luby Sr. will
i be honored guests and presented
with a plaque from Denver and the
; Council in honor of "diligent ef-
; forts for the sake of a child." Mr.
Luby is on the national Board of
Directors of CAR1H. Mrs. Luby
is a life member
Guest speaker will be national
president, Arthur B. Lorber, who
will speak on the future goals ol
the Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital at Denver.
Lorber has announced construc-
tion of a new S120.000 cottage at
the 57-year-old center to house 24
additional intractable asthmatic
: youngsters. "Increased demands
tor admission to our hospital are
responsible for this major expan-
sion.'' he stated.
Over $500,000 has been invested
by the hospital for free treatment
!and care of Miami asthmatic chil-
dren.
Presidents of the other chapters
are Mrs. Gerald Klugerman, Lor-
ber; Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, Breath
of Life; Mrs. Sam Morris, Pesh-
kin; Mrs Al Hersman. North Dade;
Mrs. Steve Contos. Greater Miami.
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now eligible for the (.'PA certifi
catt
On Washington's birthrlny in
1915, I'loience anil Harry Hacker
nged marital vows In New
(,:>... Twenty-five years
later, they came to Miami, and
iy they celebrated Hum
50th anniversary with a familj
dinner a1 Miami Springs Villas
. Koi Hi" happy v cc ision Mrs
Hacker wore a white crepe (rock
with all-over tucking, gold acccs
Mini's and even a gold orchid .
Among ilic over -to relatives were
daughter Lyn, who now lives in
Philadelphia, son Morton with
wife Eve and their three. Suzy,
.liil and Abby. of Albany Mr.
Hacker also receiving individual
congratulations on his 74th birth
day.
*
Among enthusiastic ring-side
"swingers with Basie who at- \
tended the big opening of the
Count at the Doral were the Ron
Pallots, Norton Pallots and How-
ard Katzens.
Planning her third trip abroad,
by Isabel Cf
night at the new Chandler's Res-
taurant in Surfside marked the
34th wedding anniversar\ of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Kensch. of Mi-
ami Highlight of the evening
was surprise visit of the couple's
son-in-law and daughter, Rabbi
and Mrs. Bernard Shotcr, who
nen here from Sarasota, to cele-
brate the happy occasion.
Over 300 -nest- attended the
cen mony naming Louis August,
born Feb. 4. first son of Prancine
ami Peter Swartz Couple
have three daughters, Gayle, Jill
and Debbie Among relatives
attending the festivities in the
new family home in Bay Heights
were maternal grandmother. Mrs.
Sara August, wife of the late
Louis August, and paternal grand-
parents, Esther and Max Swartz
. Also Dr William Welch. Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Beck. Dr. and
Mrs. Sanford Zahler. Dr and
Mrs. Samuel Schwadron. of New
York. Judge Albert and Mrs.
Dubbin.
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The Charles Chuck" Posners.
of Miami Beach, planning a cross-
country holiday to California,
some time after Posner's artistic
dehiit with a one man art ex-
hibit at the Beth Sholom Art
Gallery on Mar. "... I'osner,
who resigned his activities as a
participating director of the Al-
giers Hotel the latter part of
1061 in order to devote all his
time to painting, has already
created quite a favorable stir of
interest in local art circles with
his original land and seascapes,
which will be included in the
Beth Sholom showing.
Radio Programs Scheduled Here
Rabbi I.eon Kronish. national to the program will be available
vice president. American Jewish
Congress, and president, South-
eastern Region. AJC, announces a
new series of radio discussions lea-
Mrs. Kay Tupler leaving here in I turing prominent international and
time to attend the Women's Lea- ] local personalities discussing ma-
gue for Israel concert in New j jor issues of the day concerning
York City on Mar. 10 Prexy J both the Jewish and non-Jewish
ol the new League local chapter, | community
Mrs. Tupler will then fly to Is- ; .. ..
, ... i First program of the series to
rail, where she II remain during .' ,
,. e i or .be aired on Sundav, 5 p.m., on
the holidays Before returning c, ,,..,, j !.._' j
'Station WMIE. is entitled "Agenda
for Action Human Rights "65."
by contacting Joseph I. Yanich,
regional director, Southeastern Re-
gion. American Jewish Congress.
714 Congress Building.
Participants will be Dr. Joachim
: Prinz. AJC national president, re-
Golf Pros Sign
For Doral Tilt
Twenty-six additional pros have
filed for entry in the fourth annual
Doral Invitational, slated to begin
Mar. 11 at the Doral Country Club j
Hotel in Miami.
Top names among those on the '
list are Bert Yancey. who re-
B'nai Raphael
Women to Meet
Congregation B'nai Raphael Sis-
terhood invites members and
friends to the Monday meeting at
its redecorated synagogue. 1401 NU
183rd St.
i Guest of honor for the evening
will be Miss Devra Dernis. fiancee
oi Rabbi Harold Richter, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
Following a color film. "Deco-
rating Unlimited," refreshments
will be served
Rabbi's Wife
Honored Here
Mrs. Judy Green, Q mbined
Campaign chairman for Temple
Or Ulom Siiiterhood, was to honor
Mrs. Samuel April, wife of the
temple's spiritual leader, and wom-
en who have contributed maximum
donations to the campaig nthis
| year at a dessert in her home on
Thursday evening. Feb. 25.
The Combined Campaign Fund is
used by National Women's League
of United Synagogues to sponsor
students of Yeshiva University in
! New York City and support the
i Mathilda Schechter Residence Hall
for women there.
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Al-
vin Levenson.
B'nai Raphael Theatre Guild
B'nai Raphael Theatre Gui'd
will present "Damn Yankees" on
Saturday and Sunday. Mar. 20 and
21, at Congregation B'nai Rapha-I,
1401 NVV 183rd St. Among mem
hers of the cast are Bruce Moreno,
Sid Danoff and Dolores Miller
!ntcrfaath Lunch
At Beth Am
Sisterhood "1 Temple Beth Am
was host to 450 women at an in i
. luncheon held last week
Church women from every i
jor congregation were in atti
ance to enjoy a li nch prepared by
the Sisterhood and to convene in
'the sanctuary, where a question
Bnd answi r perio v as held with
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, spirit
ual leader of Both Am.
Rev. Arthur J. Rantz, of St.
Thomas Episcopal Church, also
participated in the program.
Mrs. Paul Kahan chaired the
luncheon. Subcommi*tec chairmen
were Mrs. Manuel Fla-hman. dec-
orations; Mrs. Walter Kaye. hos-
pitality; Mrs. Martin Lieblin:,
! Mrs. Joshua Segal. Mrs. Rose Pot-
luck and Mrs. Robert Newman,
food; Mrs. Larry Bogller, hostesses.
Mrs. Rich .rd Alper. Sisterhood
, president, announces that "this was
' the largest interfaith affair in the
city to be sponsored by a women'*
! group."
home, she'll be guest at the Atal
aya Park Hotel near Malaga in
Spain, owned by very close
ti lends ..
cently elected chairman of the cently gave Rod Funseth a down-
A luncheon in honor Of new | Conference of Presidents. Major, the-wire tussel in the Phoenix
mi
i'per
many cut-of- j am| Wil Maslow. AJC executive di : year's'DoraT "but "slid to a 54 hole
towncre here for the reception on rector. 221 and did not qualify for the
Sunday in the Fontainebleau Ho- ... : ,..
lei at which Mr. and Mrs. Milton Program wdl include a discus. monc>-
Adler announced their daughter's slon on Sovict Anti-Semitism.' Rex Baxter, who set a Doral
engagement to Paul Michael
a line neon in nonor ot new Conference of Presidents. Major, the-wire tussel in the Phoenix
bride-elect, Lone Mae Adler. American Jewish Organization; Open. Bert, whose brother, Jim
given last week by Mrs. Max Theodore Bikel. noted folk singer Yancey. is the chief greenskeeper
I cskoe. of Sea toast Towers and AJC national vice president; at Doral. tallied a 69 to start last
Guests included
Bloomgarden, of Albany ... It
"ill be a summer wedding in
New York City for the young
couple.
A festive dinner party Sunday
"German Statute of Limitations." course record with his second
"International Human Rights : round 66. earned third place mon-
Treaties" and "Role of the Jewish j ey of $3,300 last year, finishing one
Community in the Civil Rights ] stroke behind Jack Nicklaus. Doug
Struggle." The program will be j Sanders was 14th money winner
last year with S34.000 In earnings.
although he finished out of the
money at Doral.
introduced by Kabbi Kronish.
foments and literature relating
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and Scenes from Jewish life-
Interpreter of Israeli. Yiddish
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Popular Swiss-American Concert Violinist
ESTHER BARRETT at the piano
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Friday. February 26. 1965
ntnmci
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
lice I ilelnl ;ei cho still r tains I hal
Nashville renn accent ol her birthplace i is i shy
ml little -: tut timi change ind so lid the file irl
Bentice atten Hi bs knnie lllisoi vate School in
Nashville, then Ward Belmonl and finally Gotu..... where
she majored n English md oui lalism She is a firm
believer in pi vat< schools bul was agalnsl generuli
I (hi
Her mother was .1 fine irtisl vho ipecialized in Iress-
lesigning. and lier father owned exclusive ixpenslve Iress
-imps. she r ip 11 the -ride Her father 1 ad to
lake ime ifl so he mice
1! shou lorses Phey would
11' with their horses.
in- Prj -t Hall Stables B -rnii
many trophies to remind her
.it ;ln se days
After college, Bernice opened
.1 Iress shop in Washington, loving
the added excitenv nl il tu< i"-1
1 rips to New ',' I 1 irnia and
Bernice met her husband,
Eddie e visited ter
<. e was
ain we late eate
1 too busy for organisation
start 'inn
ier he; m
0 II .. HI .
nember ol I he var;< vas
nmit
... anization too
h ol
ea id Bernice is a pa
ee. Shi ..-.
ho foundi ipers of
Children 0 teen-agers word
with 1 -' of 100 more in 1856 the '
eelved the I lal Award given to the 1 ding Worn
an iif the
in add has en ictive '' le Israel
terhnnd. has d on tin1 Volunteer f the Florida
Hospital A -' a rn ar r 1
he Worn don ommittee of 1.000
for Varietj Hospital rith Genera hair
I 1 1 Bell Presently, she is pn >id< a the At 1
of riot da 1 md Auxiliar es mi
the first a I
AFii' it tameMeau Hotel this year
r drpamrd that she could crowd so man>
work. er job a ddent She 1- al
on the under her. conducting
meet and spe it hospitals and aux
a hen a' home Bernice plays the piano
for hi land's enioyn- ms to his golf
1 and self she II st an playin
The v -eater, concerts and opera
enjoying great ngs at home Bernice -ays thi
seem to charity dinner affairs Luekirj her
husband 1 s one ne vice p Mercantile
onal Bank, enjoys this too
Their daughter, .ran. who is married to Lionel Baraet,
lives m North Vfiann This makes it wonderfully es
see their grandchild, Karen Jill, often; and s'ion there's
going to he another one. Bernice reports happily. Sweet
and lovely, a lad.', to her fingertips, one of Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital favorites is Bernice Melniker
Anftfe, Glide
Exchange Vows
In .1 double ring candlelight cer
imony on Saturday, I'-h. >o. 8:3V
>.m.. m Temple Zamora, liisi to
ette Lenore Gllek became the
1 hi Lawrence \111u.-
'oral Gable Dr.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
nd ilrs Joseph I. Ulick, L1781 9W
-,-, so 41 ami Heights. Rie
room is 'i the late \li
nd Mi Bai netl tnnis.
bi Het hel Broom ol Femple
ind Rabbi Morris Skop,
temple Beth ilnra issi ted y
in' ir Herman Gottlieb, officiated
the ei smony
Decor of the weddiri vas car
ul 11 jold
Ide 1 is given
: iar
.... y wed Mr-.
d nal floor
. w'i lit white peau de soie, with
cooped neckline, reembroidered
itli seed pearls, .1 fitted bodice,
ong sleeves to .1 wrist point, and
pry bouffant skirt featuring 1
ihapel train
hree-tiered French illusion
"il fell from tiara il .....d pearls
he carried the same Bible as her
nother on her wedding day eov-
red '.'.tli white orchids, stephano-
s .md lily-of-the-valley
Matron of honor tor her sister
(rs Michael Rosenberg. Su-
tnsenber \ \ n d Ivy Levtne
re flower girls. Laurie Levine
unior bridesmaid,
nen were Irving Levine ind
,.,.. Eishbein Ushers included
ae Rosenberg 1 n 1 Bernard
losenberg.
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imi and is teaching it Ban
.-.in Elementary School n .1 1 n
\i" snnis received his legr 1
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A .1 ni ind is teaching it Cora
Park Elementary School.
Recepi on ind seared linner
lowed it Temple Zamora The
upie 1 i pending their honej
moon n N issau, and upon their
return, will make their home n
Miami.
former Miointan
To Wed June 24
Mrs Helen R. Rosenthal. ol Ml-
mi n ach. and Sehwn jntoaen-
hal. >t New York City, announce
ie u rthcoming marriage oi their
. ughter, Joan Louise, to Alan
nkle. oi London, England, son ol
r and Mrs Maurice Pinkie
.1 ss Rosenthal, formerly mc
>i die Religious School at
.ie Emanu-El Miami Beach.
is been living m London tor the
. i rhrei.....rs
nother and aunt M I ine
e 54 li I
. [ogue ii i ondon
:!cra Carlis
iyes Spring RS+es
,i and Mrs i harles Simon,
... sllison islam'., announce
;emenl of their laughter
i iheilg Carlis, to Michael I*
onson, of Dallas res
bride-elecl graduated from
>xi School an led Penn
State University
irrouson graduated trom
and Southern Methodisl
i iity Law School
\ spring wedding is planned
Cor
Cni-
VliSS Se EnHqce Kcpel
The former Helen Segal n
Mrs. Enrique Kopel al the \ -
:.! Feb. JO
Daughter of \lr and Mrs Gov-
'08 10 St. the bride
i gr Miami Beac -
\.i alist, the bridegrt om
i of Candler Co ege
. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scharja
Kopel. 127 lath St.
Program WHS
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parents
Lillian Eisenberg is PTV
lident Mrs Harry MeedlenMa
lospitality chairman.
MS. CHtHQUl KOHL
9re-Conveflfion Dance
Pre-convention dance sponsored
bj Beth David r-Y is planned for
Saturday evening in Spector Hall
ic rfll be furnished by 'The
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bj Ann Scherr and Robert Farrow
Bottoms
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riday. February 26. 1965
Jewish fhriJia/n
Page 1 IB
fe.h Am Vows
>r KSosenbergs
Frederick Paul Klosenberg and
bride "ill live al 2851 SW
Miami Beach
Ehc former Scndra Elaine Fried-
[laughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Jack
ledier. 3538 SW 1st Ave., and
pon i" Mr. and Mrs -rome
n*e.iberg, 3133 SW 25lh Ter..
hanged marriage vows mi sun
y. Feb. 21.
The early evening ceremony,
{formed by Ra\>bi Herbert V
Lmgard at Temple Beth Am.
|s followed by a reception.
Foi the wedding, Hie bride chose
irh'te floor-length gown of peas
sc ic with small salin roses out-
led in tiny pearls and laec on
bodice and train. Her bouquet
la* "f white orchids.
Bridal attendants were Joyce
rr. matron of honor, Eileen
inning, Arlene Wcinbers. Valor-
[Schwartz. Barbara Friedman,
pkic Stahl and Sandie Kotnstein.
desmaids.
8est man was Jerry Karr. and
omsmen included Jerry Katzen,
I etcher, Leslie Schwartz, Gil-
Channlng and .Mike Liedman
Now an executive secretary at
lio station W'MBM. Hie bride i>
graduate of Miami Senior H'gh
Charron Williams Commercial
lieu- she is a membei oi Sigma
|ta Phi and Civinioltes.
graduate ol M i a m i Senior
|h. the bridegroom Is attending
Universitj ol Miami and i* as-
lant traffic manager at May
per Movers.
liss Teplitz In
>au de Soic
iwned in a while French mi
Jtcd chantillj hue sheath o' e
an de soie, the former D
feplii' exchanged marriage vo
ill Edward Felder on Satui laj
b 2(1
|hi t p m ceremony at the Di i
Jewell Hotel, performed bj Ral
Leon Kronish, u.is follow ed I y
eception
bv an art student .ii the L'ni-
pn> ol Miami, the bride is a
luate oi Miami Beach High
[parents are Mr, and Mrs. Lou-
;i litz 4 10 N Meridian \ve
|idal attendants included Roz
in a i d ol honor. Ai lene
Pat sj Pasanow (; loria
|i.' Sharj Teplis, .i n d Pani
V- flower _:irl
graduate of University ol
la, the bridegroom is sales
tentative for Bobbie Brooks,
le is the Bon Of Mr and Mrs.
_|e Felder. 17941 NW 9th
In ir return from a wedding
It Mexico City and Acapul-
f. and Mrs. Fel ler will hve
I'.'."!< lowers
W.....r-Kali
VRS. fltfPtRICK KlOStNBtRG
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Joss, Rose Will
Live in Miami
A reception and formal dinner
>n the U r ;i d Ballroom of th<
Americana Hotel followed the Sun-
day evening, Feb. 21, wedding
icrc ol former Sharon Lee Rose
nd James A, Jo: s. flabbi J o eph
Carat oil ciated.
< n their retui n fro m several
vecks .i Nassau, the newiyweds
rill live in Miami.
Honor attendants were the
" and Jill Rose, Bridesmaids in-
ciuded Bonnie Bcrken, Sema Gru-
ler and Lorrie Joss.
Serving as best man w a s Al
rValdman, with Larry Lovitz, ring-
bearer. Doi.au! Lovitz, Mark Wels-
mger, Steve Kcnnard and Michael
loss, ushers,
A member oi a pioneer Florida
amly. the bride is the daughter
)f Mr. and Mrs, Frank C. Hose,
and granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel II. Tobin, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rose, all of Miami.
A graduate High, she also attended Miami
Senior High, where she was a ma-
jorette.
Associated in real estate with
his father, the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and .Mrs. Stanley Joss,
2374 NE 194th St. He served in
the I". S. Navy and is a graduate
n Made Junior College.
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|nd Mrs Albert Broad, 4330
Dr., announce the engage
their daughter, Sandra, to
tayton, son of Mr. and Mrs
lyton, :5148 SW 16th Ter.
wedding is planned.
Maxine Sliultz
s 'Miss Smile1
Maxinc Schultz .">. daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Perrj Schultz. 8951
SW ISth ler.. and a student al
Temple Or Olom, won the Miss
Smile contest on Skipper Chuck's
Chan, i program.
The contest was held as a series
ol weekly eliminations in connec
tion wi( Nati nal Children's Den-
al Health Week under auspices ol
the Kasi Coast DentaJ Society, Sic
Dairy Council of South Florida bo-
Derating.
Judges were Dr. Barry Becker,
Man of the Health Week ob-
servance, and Mrs Joanne Jack.
executive director ol the Dairy
Council.
Mr. Smile was Greg Griffin 8,
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Farband Branch
Meeting Tuesday
ch.nm Weizmann Branch of Far-
band will hold its regular meeting
..ii Tuesday, h p.m., at the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium on Nor
mandy Isle
Social chairman, Aaron KatZ, will
'Utline plans for the annual dinnei
to be held May 2 at the Shelborne
Motel. Chairman Moe Levin will
deliver a talk on "What is Going
on in MapaiBcn-Gurion and Esh
kol at the National Convention."
The social hour will be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman
in honor of their 51st anniversary.
jikI the meeting is open to the
public. I
fyovinson Places First
H. B. Novinson and Associate-,
general agency lor Provident Life
and Accident Insurance Compan>
o| Chattanooga, Tenn., placed first
in the nation among all general
agencies of Provident for the
month of January, with production
"1 almost S2,000.0ii0 i n ordinary
: uslness. The firm, specializing in
corporate and estate planning, re-
cently moved into its new suite at
1C88 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach.
JWV Co-Sponsors
Brotherhood Fete
"Brothers in Arms Citizens To-
ether" will be the theme of the
fate-wide Brotherhood program
sponsored by the Jewish War Vet
-ran. and the Cultural Committee
I North Miami Beach Municipal
Vuditorium.
Co-chairmen arc state Command-
er Ainslee R. Ferdie, of the Jewish
War Veterans, and Aaron Dona-
hay, ol the Cultural Committee, ol
North Miami Beach.
Veteran leaders participating in
the program are Daniel Seal Hel-
ler, of Miami Beach, immediate
past national commander of the
Jewish War Veterans; Ed Tietjen.
of Clearwater, state commander
of the Disabled American Veter-
ans; Clarence Decker, of Holly-
wood, state senior vice commander
of the Disabled American Veter-
ans; M. J. Benson, of Ocala. State
commander of the Veterans of For
eign Wart; Capt. Fred H. Calbes. ol
Miami. USNR, past commander of
the Reserve Officers Association of
Florida; County Commissioner Jo-
seph A. Boyd. Jr.. of Hialeah, past
' state commander of the American
Legion.
Among other public officials par-
ticipating will be Rep. Claude Pep
per. County Mayor Charles Hall.
Asst U.S. Attorney James Mat-
thew-. Vice Mayor William Mc-
Donald, of North Miami Beach.
Vice Mayor Leonard Kimball, of
North Miami. County Commissioner
Thomas o'Mallcy. State Reps. Lee
Weissenborn, Richard Pettigrew
and Ralph Poston, and Jewish War
Veterans National Executive Com-
mitteeman frv Steinberg.

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Deborah Forms
So. Dade Unit
A new group. South Ode Chapter
Of Deborah Hospital, has been add
ed to the non-sectarian hospital in
Browns Mill, N. J. Founder is Mrs
Marvin Weisbrot.
Newly-elected president, Larrj
Grossman, "ill conduct the first
ting Wednesday al the Dabilu
Restaurant, 8938 Bird Rd.. at 8
p.m.
Other officers are James P Fruil
Jr., Frank Englert, vice president;
Emanuel Spitzer, treasurer; Mrs,
Hal Berman, Mrs Chris Rossetti, j
Mrs. Marvin Weisbrot, secretaries
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Burdine's shoppers in the down
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Miami Springs Villas head thef,
!oe Kilwine, will take over The
Kitchen"' on the stores fifth floor
at noon for an hour-long discourse
and demonstration on how to gel
the most out of recipes. Kilwine.
l,i ad chef al the Villas for the past
eighl years, i one of the area's
i.ip chefs
"The Kitchen" at Burdine's
downtown Miami store is a new
venture where gourmet foods will
be sold to the public.
Emanu-EI Memorial
On Satin-day morning, at the
regular Sabbath services of Temple
Emanu-El, the family of the late
Jacob B. Spund will dedicate a me
morial door in his memory Active
in the community for many years
before his death. Spund was ;i
member of the Board of Directors
of the congregation. Participating
in the dedication will be his wid-
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Friday, February 26, 1965,
ji
TEMPLE Sinai of North Dade
* held a box supper and square
danee Saturday night in the
Temples Reception Hall. Chair-
man of the evening was Mrs
Seymour Shafran. who wore a
black and white oversize check
with a single flower embroidered
in alternate squares.
The Rabbi's wife, Mrs. Daniel
Lowy. was in a red and white
j-ingham double-breasted check
shift with targe pearl buttons.
Mrs. Edward Auerbach chose a
blue denim jumper with a flared
skirt especially suited for square
dancing. Deep patch pockets
were on the skirt, and a tailored
red and while checked blouse
was worn with the jumper. Gold
slacks were the choice of Mrs.
Irving Jacobson. Her long-sleev-
nd gold floral print. Mrs. Stan-
ford Cooke's white shift had
small mint green polka dots in
an over-all print A triple-tiered I
skirt of ruffled flounces alter- |
inted the solid green with the ,
print
I.
COME of the box suppers that
^ brought a uood price at auc-
tion for the Building Fund were
the 'tuna boat. the "TV" and
the "dog cage." The tuna boat
was made of cardboard, covered
with silver foil, and the tuna fish
salad, along with all the trim,
nings. was easy to see under the
clear wrappings. The TV dinner
was packaged in a box designed
with a screen, knobs, and an an-
tenna. Tbi' dog cage was a large
tage with stuffed animals guard-
ing the dinner.
Mrs. Esthi r Borrok, Sisterhood
1 resident, wore a powder blue
Mouse with her Aline madris
plaid skirt A yellow cotton with
white crocheted inserts was worn
by Mrs Abe Seiger. Her shirt-
waist-styled dress was buttoned
all the waj '" ,n'' hemline. Mrs.
l.ou Davis also chose yellow for
tne evening. A long-sleeved silk
(repe blouse with orange flow-
irs in a border-type print topped
lei matching colored silk slacks
A moss green jumper with a lace
trim in e d white long-sleeved
Mouse was worn by Mrs. Sol Sch-
ecter. Mrs Gerard Moss selec-
ted a solid pink tailored blouse to
coordinate with her circular flar-
ed skirt of black with a pink and
white floral print in an over-all
pattern. Mrs. Juliet Lowy"s
arnyl print was in ombred blues
and greens, and featured a scoop-
ed neckline and sheath silhouette.
* *
DRIVING down from Holly-
wood for the evening of fun
were the Jerry Goldmans. Her
lipstick red silk shirtwaist had
bracelet-length sleeves and high
neckline. Mrs Herman Rodstein
added a touch of color to her
navy blue ensemble with a bright
red leather belt. Her knit sheath
had a matching hip-length jacket
with self-colored buttons.
Rose and white in a watercolor
wash abstract print on jersey was
worn by Mrs. Ben Hurwit Her
skirt was of impressed pleats.
Mrs. Lloyd Jaye. whose husband
is president of the Temple, de-
cided on slacks for the square
dancing. A black cotton satin
overblouse with a scooped neck-
line and dropped lantern sleeves
topped her blue and black check-
ed slacks.
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Lorie's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs Milton Adler. 2477
S\V 19th Ter.. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Lorie
Mae. to Paul Michael Bloomgar-
den. of Albany. NY. at a recep-
tion Sunday night in the Louis
Philippe Room of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel
The future bride attended Coral
Gables High, where she was a
member of National Honor So-
ciety. Spanish Honor Society.
French Honor Society and Future
Teachers of America.
She is now majoring in elemen-
tary education at the University
of Miami, and is a member of Del-
ta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
The bridegroom-elect will attend
the Law School of the University
of Miami in September, following
graduation from the university.
His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau.
The wedding has been set for
Aug. 14 at the Plaza in New York
City.
Naomi Fink and Stan Gilbert in a scene from "Exit the Body,"
a comedy drama to be presented by the Temple Be'.h Am
Plavers on Saturday and Sunday evenings, Mar. 6 and 7 at
the Temple Auditorium.
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MfSS JOAN KRANIt*
Joan Kramer's
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs. Sanford Kramer.
600 E. DiLido Dr.. Dil.ido Island,
have announced the engagement
ol their daughter. Joan Beth, to F
Martin Gallant, son of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Gallant. 335 NE 178th
St
Miss Kramer, who is a grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank, attended the University Ol
Miami, and is employed by the
City National Bank of Miami.
Mr. Gallant attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and graduated
from the University of Miami in
1963. He is employed by Coro
jewelry manufacturers.
After a May wedding, the couple
will make their home in Miami.
'Exit the Body1
At Beth Am
An nit Broadway comedy hit,
"Exit the Body." written by Fred
Carmichael and directed locally by
WIN/.'- Al Liebert. will be present
ed by the Temple Beth Am Players
on Saturday and Sunday evenings,
Mar. 6 and 7. at the Temple Audi
torium.
"Exit the Body" is the story ot
a woman mystery-writer and her
secretary who rent a New England
house which turns out to be the
rendezvous point for stolen jewels.
In this light-hearted production.
bodies appear and disappear in
closets and attics and the cast Is
engaged in a hilarious series Ol
quick exits and entrances.
Rnbbi Richter on Radio
On Sunday at 920 p.m Rabbi
Harold Richter will partial
the "Light of Learning" pi
sored by the Rabbinical Vsso
ciation of Greater Miami
WKAT. Topic will be Th
ish idea of Marriage
No. Shore Lodge
Slates Film
Jack A. Burstein. pre*
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
has announced that there will lie
,i regular meeting Monday at l pie Ner Tamid at 8 p.m.
Feature of the evening will be
"Holidays in Israel." filmed :n lull
color and sound by an Israeli
crew.
Dedication Dinner For Young Israel
Dr. Solomon Nussbaum. presi.
dent. Young Israel of Greater Mi-
ami, has announced that the dedi-
cation dinner in the new syna-
gogue building will be held on
Sunday. Mar 28, at 6 p.m.
Named as chairman of the Din-
ner Committee is Emanucl Un-
gar. community leader and former
president of Young Israel, who
said that "this affair will enable
the synagogue to give recognition
lo those who made the construc-
tion of the new building possible,
at the same lime giving the com-
munity an opportunity to partici-
pate in the dedication ceremonies.'*
Harry Cohen Auxiliary
li.,rr\ H Cohen Auxiliary Post
728 will hold its first donor lunch-
eon at the Algiers Until on Wed
in charge ol tickets
Sailpe Reiner i nd Mis
Rabbi Shcrwin Stauber. spirit-
ual leader of Young Israel, has
made arrangements with the Na
tional Council of Young Israel for
a leading guest speaker who will
represent the more than 100.000
members of the national move-
ment of Young Israel throughout
the world.
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COHtN SYNAGOGUE
'Renowned Cantor
To be Heard
On Miami Beach
Cantor Moshe Koussevitsky will j
give a Purim concert on Sunday. I
Mar. 7. 8 p.m.. at the Jacob C. I
Cohpn Community Synagogue. \
1532 Washington Ave.
Bern in Smorgon. Lithuania, at .
an early age he succeeded the fa- j
mow Cantor Mordecai Hershman '
as head cantor of the Wilno Great
Synagogue, as well as the re. I
nowned Cantor Sirota as head can- 3
tor of the Tlomatsky Synagogue in I
Warsaw.
He made hit debut as a con-
cert artist and operatic singer
in Paris prior to World War II,
and was also heard in Brussels
and Antwerp.
During and after the war. he ap-
peared frequently in Glasgow.
Manchester, Birmingham and oth-
er British cities, as well as twice
,ii the Royal Albeit Hall in Lon-
Fontainebleau Hotel's Separate Kosher
Kitchen Hakes Dietary Laws a Pleasure
CANTOR MOSHi KOUSSIVITSKY
lie conducted Passover sedorim
at the Tel Aviv Sheraton Hotel
in. ii 1962 through 1964, and pres
i ntly occupies the position of
r at tlie Beth Kl Syna
ii in New York.
Mrs. Weiss at Roney
Mrs Beatrice Weiss, executive
director, National Bar Mitzvah
Club, will be at the Rone) Plaza for
:i week. Mrs. Weiss, a winter w-i-
lor, is a past member of the Board
of Directors of the national Ha
dassah organization ami of the
Jew ish National Fund.
Where but on Miami Beach can
you go to a French hotel and get
the best kosher food? The hotel,
of course, is the Fontainebleau
where, according to Lester Faley.
banquet manager, their chefs can
cook in any language and to any
specifications.
"We cater more kosher dinners
than any hotel in the area." said
Mr. Paley. who also pointed out
that the Fontainebleau has main-
tained and operated a special ko
sher kitchen since its opening.
"Many temples have their dinners
al the Fontainebleau for this rea-
son," Paley explained, "as do the
State of Israel Bond functions and
other major local and national or-
ganizations."
"We bring in a mashgiach to
supervise the kashruth. He pre-
pares our stoves according to
regulations. He covers the steam
tables with paper. He makes cer-
tain the meat and fowl have plum-
bas (tags certifying their kash-
ruth)."
And. in addition to the separate
kosher kitchens, there are separa-
te cooking utensils
Ben Novack. president of the
Fontainebleau. is a pioneer in this
field In the past, in order to pre-
pare a kosher meal, the hotel wa i
required by the rigors of dietary
laws to limit the menu. Now, how
ever, there are many new kosher
products on the market which the
Fontainebleau Hotel uses in order
to make kosher dining less con-
strained.
For example, it is now possible
to have coffee and "cream" at a
strictly kosher Fontainebleau ban-
quet thanks to a mocha mix made
from soy beans. And, for that
baked potato, there is now kosher
and parve margarine.
According to Paley, with these
new ingredients, the Fontaine-
bleau's menus can include as-
paragus hollandaise and spare-
ribs and even egg rolls can be
simulated, while the dinner can
be topped off with kosher ice
cream or strawberry short cake
featuring whipped cream made
from a mocha mix.
"Until about six years ago. it
was permissible to serve cham-
pagne at. a kosher dinner. Now
only a kosher wine is allowed at
the Fontainebleau," he explained.
"This mean-, of course, no Man-
SEN NOVACK
hattans or Martinis They require
vermouth, which is not kosher.
Our aim to fulfill the dietary laws
to the letter prevents us from,
making any compromise whatso-
ever."
Temple Sinai Study Course
On Mondaj evening, the final
session of the integrated Bible and
Hebrew study course for adult,
will be conducted by Rabbi Daniel
M Lowy at Temple Sinai.
Summer Camps Slate Programs for Children
Blue Star Camps
This will be the 17th season for
Clue Mar lamps .situated in the
i.iui Ridge Mountains of North
I Carolina, near Hendersonville.
red to the needs of girls and
[boys from 7 to 17. the all-over pro-
Igram is divided into six separate
II rograms for different age groups.
In addition to all the usual camp-
activities, the 500-acre private
WIN A FABULOUS
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At the Exclusive-Kosher
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enter the
Charter Day Award Contest
sponsored by
THE JACOB C. COHEN
COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
1532 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
RULES
On a separate sheet of paper write
an essay in 25 words or less on
WHAT I CONSIDER THE
OUTSTANDING TSATURt OF THE
JACOB C. COHEN
COMMUNITY SYNACOGUt,
attach a dollar donation and mail
'o CHARTER DAY AWARD CONTEST,
care of the Synagogue.
As many entries may be sent as
*e aoniad. by a One Dollar Donation.
Contest deadline is Apr. 2, 1965
THE WINNER WILL BE
DECIDED STRICTLY ON
THE MERIT OF
HIS OR HER ESSAY.
| estate with two lakes is ideal for
horseback-riding, trips to Blue
Ridge and Stn,ik> Mountains.
Founder-directors are Harry G.
and Herman M. I'opkin, lino Cres-
cent Ave.. NE, Atlanta. Ga.
For further information in the
Miami area contact Mrs Lil Ro-
sen. Mrs Roz Sutta or Harrv Kap-
lan.
i
Camp Timber Tops
Camp Timber Tops, the moun-
tain camp for girls, is in the beau-
litul I'ocono Mountains of Greeley,
Pike County, Fa.
Limited in enrollment, with a
counsel staff of young college
women trained for the activities
they supervise, camp program is i
planned to meet the interests and
needs of the 8 to l.Vyear-old camp-
ers and to develop mental, social,
emotional and physical growth.
Two-thousand feet above sea
level, the camp site provides per-
fect spots for overnight trips which
are a part of every summer pro-
gram

Camp Judaea
Camp Judaea will begin its nth
season this summer, the third at
ils site located six miles east of
Hendersonville, N.C., in the heart
oi the Blue Ridge Mountains, over
2,000 feet above sea level. Camp
Judaea is a non-profit camp spon-
sored by Florida, Southeastern,
and Southern Hadassah and the
Southeastern Region oi the Zionist
Organization of America, through
the Southern Zionist Youth Com-
mission.
Embodiment of Young Judaea,
youth movement of Hadassah and
Zionist Organization of America,
the camp program is designed to
translate into a day-byday living
pattern those values which com-1
prise the Young Judaean program
on a year-round basis
Not only will campers of Camp
Judaea live a creative Jewish life,
but they will develop talents in
many areas of camping. These in-
clude swimming, canoeing, riflery,
archery, land sports, campcraft.
arts and crafts, dramatics, and
field trips to tourist attractions in
western North Carolina.
The brother movement of Young
Judaea is the Tsofim (Scouts of
Israel).
Camp Judaea's staff of mature
counselors and specialists, college
men and women, educators and
group workers, are chosen because
of skills in camping, education,
group work. Young Judaea and
Judaism. Many have spent from;
a summer to a year in Israel.
For further information write to j
George Stern, 50 Whitehall. Suite
702, Atlanta. Ga.
*
Lake Owego Camp
Lake Owego Camp, limited to I
boys 8 to 15. occupies 125 private
and secluded acres of pine, spruce
and hemlock forests atop the Po-
cono Mountains in Lords Valley.
Ilawley. Pa.
Mature and experienced cabin
lenders supervise the camp pro-
gram of waterfront activities.
crafts, athletics, riflery. scouting.
fishing, archery, canoe trips, ten-1
us, water-skiing, skin diving and
scuba.
Friday evening services are held
throughout the eight-week camp
season, and a resident registered
nurse and a physician are on 24-1
hour call.
Camp director is Carl Freed-
man, currently youth director of
K. I. Synagogue in Elkins Park
and physical education teacher in
the Mayfair School of Philadel-
phia.
Camp Osceola (l|)('" t0 uo-vs ;,!U| '-'rls from s
Camp Osceola. a, Horseshoe. N ^^^SELS?
C. management owned and oper- non-sectarian certified educators
ated. is accepting registrations For information on the camp
for the four or eight-week camp which starts June 26 and runs to
season. Aug. 19. call HI 5-3585.
CAMP JUDAEA
CAMPING WITH A DIFFERENCE
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
OUR 12th SEASON
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A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUR
CAMPERS Israeli Folk Dancing and Singing Discussion Groups
Special Projects.
SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will
Participate for Entire Season.
STRICT KASHRUTH OBSERVED.
TRIPS to the Many Outstanding Scenic Attractions of the Blue
Ridge and Smoky Mountains.
Call FRANK FARBENBLUM, Director
945-9665 Miami
or Write 50 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION
Sponsored By Hadassah and Zionist Organitation of America
"A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose"
BLUE STAR CAMPS
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
'20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains)
GIRLS AND BOYS
7 TO 17 YEARS
18
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Campers meet at nearby NEW
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PLEASE CONTACT:
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Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private
Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pro-
gram plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs
for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available.
Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason
BASKETBALL CAMP. Special Creative Arts Center for Dance.
Drama & Art. Also 7-Day Israeli Folk-Dance Workshop by
Fred Berk. Dietary Laws Observed.
CALL LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT OR
Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS
For NEW 50-Page CATALOGUE:
Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin
Full-time Winter Address:
1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309
or Call Area Code 404472-4723
TWO FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS IN THE POCONOS
LAKE GWEGO TIMBER TOPS
The Mountain Camp
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Friday. February 26. 1965
Mmfeft ncrtdliar)
Paqe 15-B
A: a dinner in the Tides Hotel in honor of win. loseph Mintzes, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Mayor of Beersheba E'iahu Navi end Mrs. Mayor and Mrs. Navi, and Metro Mayor and
Navi ore (left to riqht) board members Mr. and Mis. Chuck Hall.
Beth Israel Girls, age 11 through 14. will hold a fund-raising
bazaar on Sunday. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Beth Israel, 711 40th
St. Members include Mindy Bastacky, Gila Berger, Lenore
Bienenfeld, Bayleen Bogen, Linda Ehrenreich, Tova Horovitz.
Rhonda Kass, Miriam Melnick, Susan Moss, Sherry Pollack.
Sorel Schreiber, June Schechter, Jackie Weinstein, Karen
Zuckerman and Linda Zuckerman. Project will raise funds
for educational and religious institutions in Israel.
Rabbi Rosenberg
To be Specker
Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg, of
Beth Tzedec, Toronto, Canada, will
speak on "The Bible and Psychia-
try" on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at
Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
The announce-
i ii was made
s e j in our
nn, president
the Southeast
ion of the
led s> nagogue
\m erica, who
.11 introduce the
ker. IB! ROSlNBtRC-
Rabbi Korennerg is the author
cf r.inc books. He writes a week-
y column which appears in ten
Canadian and US. newspapers,
and holds a Doctor of Philosophy
dtcroe from Columbia Universi-
ty. Ho was ordained by the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America, and has received na-
tional renown as a speaker, lee-
tuior, and author.
The public is invited, and a
question and answer period will
follow the discussion.
The United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca is ihc organization of conserv-
ative synagogues numbering over
810 affiliated congregations, with
a constituency of over one million
Rabbi Rosenberg will speak in
West Palm Beach and Sarasoia. as
well as Miami.
Sunshine 'Country fair'
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, is sponsoring a "country
lair" on Tuesday, Mar. 9. starting
at 10 a.m., at Washington Federal
Auditorium. 167th St. and NE 6th
Ave. Chairing the affair, open to
the public, is Mrs. Dorothy Burg
President of the group is Mrs. Flor
ence Bernstein.
Beersheba Mayor
Guest of Honor
At Reception
Mayor of Beersheba, Israel. Eli
,.hu Navi. and Mrs. Navi were
hosted recently at a dinner in then
honor by Mr. and Mrs. Morris
; S'ewmark, >>i V.;c Tides Hotel.
At the dinner held in uie 1 id<
n behalf of Kaput Holim medical
services in Israel, Mayor and Mrs
\avi were greeted bj Jacob liii
rin, chairman, and Mrs. Rifkin, as
well as by Rabbi Leon Kronish, ol
remple Beth Sholom, honorarj
chairman
Many prominent leaders here
joined in the dinner event for the
drive to support Israel's medical
service, which maintains 16 major
hospitals and 1,"00 health cen-
ters serving some 70 percent of
the young country's population.
Newmark serves as treasurer n
he Greater Miami Council to
Medical Services in Israel.
At the d i n n e r. atetro Mayoi
'buck Hall and Mrs Hall, who had
donated a medical clinic near
Haifa to Kupat Holim. received
| keys to the City of Beersheba. and
in turn presented Mayor Navi with
| an official welcome on behalf of
Dade County.
Also. Miami Beach Mayor Mel-
\ in Richard and Mayor Navi ex-
hanged keys to their respective
cities at the dinner.
Pompano Park
Secretary Series
In Second Week
Poi ipano Pa 000 Seen
tary's Series, the harness track's
first stakes program, moves into
its second week Saturday night
The series is for three and four-
ear-old pacer and has attracted
he besl horses currently cam-
a rting in south Florida
As many as three divisions
v/ill be presented again Saturday
night. The series began last
Saturday, and when 21 pacers
were named. Racing Secretary
Bill Connors made up three
races with seven horses in each.
The first three events all wont
to the favorites.
Proud Victor won the first div-
ision, and it marked his eighth
isit to the winner's circle at I'oiii-
pano Park this winter. No other
horse has ever won eight-races
at the track.
Duke's Son took the honors in
the second division when he cann
Irom iar back lor driver Del Mil-
ler. Duke's Son turned in the fast-
is) mile ol the evening when he
vas timed in 2:01 4 5.
Russet Chip won the third div.
ision, leading from start u> finish
i i driver Tommy Wmn
Saturday night, Connors will
match up the races to bring the
three winners together in one
division along with the three
second place finiihers.
Dukes Son figures iii go to the
post as the tavorite in the race as
ie is the only horse tu best Proud
\ ictor at the meeting and he has
u ne ii tw ice
Both victories, however, were
..ruled by the photo finish cam-
ui. and Proud Victor is certainly
I Bible to v, hip Duke's Son.
Mir Saturday program will also
feature the best older pacers on
the grounds who will be going in
the seventh race on the 10-event
program.
benjamin, Mr Frances, 1228 Weal
Ave., (Ill 'I !' b. 19 RlVel
KAHN. Pi la .1 76, at 1 l"9 I
ltd filed I'. I. 19 Rlvi i ldi
MADANXK. M Vniul, .
Bh> I ,;....
RAC NE. I 'hal I. -
I Ave.. it lei I I'. Ii Rlvi
FCRIMA. R rwi SW
-Hi St., died :
SHRIBER. n
I Pi I 2il Rlvi
fuld, l:...11. n. I n Mi ll
Inn p. Rtversldi
KLPFERBERG. Ini y, 63,
- i i i i I I
17. Rlvei
SALTMAM 1,1 7 ll>
Ui'. Hell Fell
Haven, ''.nn Rlvi rslde
SCHARF. liii) III
. i .1 I I i ; Servici i
N..I.
WEINER. Sarah ill (744 I
ii. illi i I", i. I New :
OOR3EK, Mrs I Hm tte, S5, i I
I :i-.-:i ih Ul riled I-'. I.
in In.ii.i napoll I:
Heart Fund
Drive Extended
Because of the heavy rains Sun
day. Louis Wolf-on. general chair
nan of the 15)65 Heart Fund cam
paign of the Heart Association ol
Greater Miami, announced that
the Heart Sunday drive is being
..tended through Feb 28.
The door-to-door canvass is con
tinuing and will end on Sunday.
Feb. 28
All coordinators have been in-
formed ol the change in plans and
have been instructed to pass thi
vord along to the 12.000 Hi at I
Sunda*' v ilunte< i -
LEGAL NOTICE
Seth Torah CJA
Drive Monday
Mayor and Sirs. Arthur 1. Snyder
i North Miami Beach, have in\ ited
cading members oi Beth Torah
ongregation to attend the
.,1 event ol the North Dade Com-
I Ji wish Appi il at the -
. i 2701 NE 194th Ter., on ilo
lay, 8:30 p m.
Samuel 'ox and Lou Taj lor art
as co-chairmen ol
rorah Congregation's participation
Mayor Snyder, a pasl president
f the congregation, will host the
vent and a number of other func-
tons are planned both by leaders
I Beth Torah and by leading mem
ii- ol other important North
>ade congregations in support ol
lie CJA drive.
>Jew Products
Join Pepsi Firm
Two new products joined the
American Beverage family t soft
drinks in 1%4. and helped add to
the record sales year accordin"
i Nathan Darsky chairman of the
ard.
Diet Pepsi, the new sugar-free
iroducl ol the Pepsi Cola Corn-
any, was introduced into Akron,
?avton Youngstown, and Miam
kpts and met ith extrem
'i i h consumer acceptanci
Darskj said
Mounl .n. Dew, ,i newly-formu
-. sofl rti nk, -
.i all \niiTi an Beverage m i
ie ,1.1. Ttising
ml the (i lalitj ol the be
: I", Dl I
runaway -"ft drink success ol thi
vear," Darskj addi
Rafcbi Rossniefd to Speak
bl David Rosenfeld will be
on Ch. lo at ii a.m., Sun.
day on the Jewish Worship Hour
ll;s topic will be "Symphony of
Humanity" in honor of Brother-
hood Week.
Adult Courses
At Beth Am
Adult education courses held at
remple Beth Am every Monday.
8 p.m.. are open to the public.
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum
;ard, president, Rabbinical Asso-
ation of Greater Miami, is con
ducting a course on "Talmudu
Parallels in the New Testament."
sul ject f series bj Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, of Beth El. executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
\s tociation, is entitled "Jewish
History."
Viennese Singer
In Concert Here
Miami Beach Loyal Order ol the
Moose Lodge announced a concert
for the benefit Of residents at
Douglas Gardens of the Jewish
Home f 0 r the
Aged on Wednes-
day evening.
Fred Pit dei.
Viennese singer
and pianist
hi Bded a pro
li am of Yiddish
English and Vi
ennese songs.
I'i.hler owns a
number of Lon- PICHltR
don hotels, and make, his horn.'
in Miami Beach during the win
ter. Larry Taylor and Sol R ith
were in charge of arrangements
Rabbi Lowy
Will Participate
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. of Tern
pie Sinai, will participate in the
Executive Committee meetings of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations featuring interrelig-
ioiis discussions.
On Saturday evening, at Temple
Both Sholom on Miami Beach, he
a ill deliver the benediction.
On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. at the
Americana Hotel. Judge Stanley
Pred. a member of Temple Sinai
and president of the Southeast
Florida Federation of Temple Bro-
therhoods, will moderate a pane!
discussion.
Abe Robinson
Passes Away. M
Services for Abe Robinson, <<
I 140 NE 159th St.. No Miam
I, ach, were held Feb. 8 in
,i. i : ,al Vlton R I
Mr Rol son ho died Feb. 6.
.ame to Miami Irom New York
ilj 30 years i o and was retired
en1 ol Perrine Park Enter-
.rises, a land development agencj
iii Dade.
He was an Army veteran of both
/crld Wars, a member ol Veterans
H Foreign War-. American Legion,
ewish War Veterans, B'nai B'rith
and Harmony Lodge.
surviving are h a wife, Frieda,
md a brother, Leo Robinson.
NATHANSON. Juc-ob, -:'.. .a Holly-
.....I, Ha riled l-. li. IS. s irvlved
I iy w|fi Fnnnlr, daughter, Mrs.
Kami Chapman, .vii.oni Beach, ami
four >- .u>
CVRKIN, Mon 62, nf 3930 No, Mer-
idian vv. died l'. li -"-'. Newman.
-bTERSON. Leah, 64, of 6336 Lenox
Avi dii .1 !' li 22, Rlvi rnlde.
KAPLAN, Abraham, "3, ol l!H H Wth
St., Hlaleah, riled Feb 21. Newman
GOLDBERG. Ruth, '.'-'. r>i S9IK) .->
,-.li t*t., riled Feb. 21, Gordon.
HOCHBERG. I'l.r.i. 93, at 1218 Euclid
.w. ,11. ,1 I eli. 21. Riv. -mI.
INSLER. Challeii II.. HI'S, ... ol 1441
\,, .iiii, son Vv. died Heh 20
Rl\i i hIiIi
KERLAN. Joseph, 77. ..r .'7.'- SW 24th
i\-i ,u, I I-". i. .1 .-. rvlei
Rlvi
RICH, Joseph VV., TS, ..I 1061
\v .ii. .1 Peb 21 s. n li in .\. .
v..i k Cltj I ''> don.
CiRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DA.DE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 65C 2072
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llIK Nh'lii il.AS
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irlnlnal with I'lerV of this I'ourl on
,,,- \,. for< Mai. h 2S, 196I>, othei
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!: i: I.EATHERMA.V, Plerh
Ixeal i Bj i ,i M-.'l.son
i i. |.my Clerk
.' 26,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 2057
CISKI.A I'AKKTs M.VKi ll'l.If.S
Plaintiff,
\ B,
PAl'L MAROCL.IE8,
I lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl' Paul Margullei
ill Martenae St.,
Brookl) n. New York
you, Paul M.oL-uli.s. are hereby no-
tified thai Bill .if Complaint f'"
Divorce )i.i- been filed against you
and you ari required t" Bervs a copj
of your am.-w.i or Pleading i" the
Bill of Complaint on t ii- Plaintiff's
attorney, Mux A. floldfarb, ill Bis-
cayne Bids 19 Weal Plagler Street.
Miami, Plorida and file the original
Answer "i Pleading In the office ol
the Clei I. "i thi Circuit Court oi
:, ih.. Ith da> of April, 1965. If
v.,ii fall :......... Judg.....in by defaull
will I., taken ugalnsl you for the ri
lief ill rti .1 in the Kill "f Com-
].|,Hill
riii- ii..i lei -ii il be published oni
eaeh ".-i-U I .....nsei itlve week*
,. THK IBW ISH l'"l.' >KIL>IAN
imi.m: ANli iR1>ERED at Mlam
:i-i, iiaj of Kebruarv
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14} I I Ni:i.Si ..\
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2024
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
EDW v i: I UREENWI K)D, 140
Mapli Avenue, Rlverhead, Long Is.
land, N.Y., are required i" file your
inswei : the t'omplaint for pivorce
with the Clerk of the above Court and
-, i \, ii copj thereof upon Hei man
Cohen, !:>'i. 1310-11 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, Plorida, on or before
tprll 29th, 1966 or else complaint will
bi taken as confessed. DATED, Feb-
. ii.ii y 26lh, 1965.
E, I! I.I:\T11K.11M.\N
Clerk of thi Clr.-nli (.on
i s, ul i By: Margui rlu- Morford
i., put) Olerk
2 26, 3 B-12-19
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NDT1CE IS lli:i'.l"l'.Y (jrVTEN lhal
hi undersigned, desiring to engage in
I liaalm -s under the fli lltlous name ol
111. VNK OPKICK Pl'RNITl'RE at 156
u ; Ploi Ida Intends
tn reglsti -.ii.l ii.nn, uiili the Clerk
,.f ii,, in ih -Court of I'nde Count).
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BI. v\K I NO IRPORATED
Bj nk, i v sldent
MNSI EE R, BRDIE
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Formal Opening Exercises for Bureau
#ir K*J'*^^ ** JL^>Am -JL JV. LrJL. JL^4L JLC*V JV K m opcniB exercises ol opening
Miami. Florida, Friday. February 26. 1965
Section C
ormal opening
the new offices of the Bureau
of Jewish Education will be held
on Sunday from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
The Bureau's new Offices are
at 940 Lincoln itoao Mall. Miami
Beach, and consist of nine room-
in the south section of the street
level of the building. The offices
include the Bureau's free circu-
lating Central Jewish Library,
a- well .is hoard room and class
rooms for the Bureau's Central
Hebrew High School and College
di Jewish Studies.
The Bureau recently moved
f r o m iir- old building at 135
NW 3rd Ave.. Miami, at the re-
quest of the Florida State Road
Commission, which is complel
ing the North-South Expresswaj
through lhat area
The building will be o i> e n
throughout the afternoon. Form
be held
at 3 p.m.
Greetings will be extended by
Mayor Mel via J. Richard, of
Miami Beach; Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. on behalf of the Greater
Miami Kabbinical Association;
and Sidnej Lefcourt, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Students of the Bureau's
Central Hebrew High School will
present a dramatic reading.
Joseph Cohen, president ;>t the
Bureau, and Louis Schwartzman,
executive director, will respond
in the greetings
Offices of the Bureau will be
open to the general public during
the afternoon. Arrangements
Committee consists ol Mesdames
Joseph Duntov, Albert E Ossip,
Matilda !l Ratner. Meyer A.
Ma-kin. M a x Meisel, Louis
Schwartzman, Herbert Zvi Ber
jit. Nathaniel Soroff, Leonard
Zilbert. Vlelvyn B Fru kc-
::ee circulating library of the Bureau at 940 9.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and Enq-
>ln Road Mall. The library contains over lish.
HIGHLIGHTS OF AN AGENCY'S MANY CONTRIBUTIONS
25fh YEAR Of SERVICE TO COMMUNITY
Coordination of Jewish Education Here
Began With Associated Talmud Torahs
Education Activities From
College to TV Programs
ilights of Bureau activities
i pa>t year disclosed edu-
al efforts affecting all age
The Bureau's 23rd an-
ual dinner was held at the Dip
Country Club on Nov. 15.
Rep Claude Pepper. Congress-
: Florida, was the featured
speaker and nine educational di
ectors of the congregational
schools were honored for three
r more years <>f service to the
munity.
Living Ifebrew." the Bureau's
1 television program, began
is seventh year of broadcasts on
\o\ "> for is weeks over WTHS,
"ban 2. the Community Tele-
ion F i> u n d a 11 <> n. Louis
rtzman, Bureau executive
director, continued as instructor,
basing the broadcasts on lessons
I'nm "Ethics of the Fathers" in
tempi to make the Hebre\
anguage a mirror for Hebrew
I pi and value-
The College ol Jewish studio
ipened m tour location-. Includ-
v in South Miami Courses
directed chief!) at teach
t- in studies ol Hebrew, Bible.
! Current Jewish Prob-
'cm- i Jewish Waj of Life. The
also offered special ses-
n Fridaj mornings to all
IS in Bible, Helm W Cram
id i omposition. De\ elop-
"i ihc Prayer Book, and
Methods oi teaching in both lie
and one-day-a-week depart
The Bureau ottered assistance
ii hers in many forums and
for Hebrew teachers,
mi i. \ i ek teacher-. a n d
pre school teachers and publica-
tion ol pedagogic bulletins and
bulletins for all Jewish holidays
of the year.
Among the activities of the
Bureau was the 14th annual grad
nation exercises ol the Bureau,
held on May 19 at Beth David
Congregation, whet* vj urauua.li!>.
received diplomas from the Cen-
tral Hebrew High School of the
Bureau, and diplomas were dis-
tributed to 45 students, gradu-
ates of six years ol study in He-
brew departments of eight con-
gregational school.-. Feature ol
the exercise- w a s a narrative
cantata 'Justice and Judaism."
adapted a n > Mr.
Schwartzman.
The Bureau i- implementing
its accreditation program for all
Jewish schools, to go Into effect
September. 1965. The program, in-
stituted to emphasize quality in-
struction, has now been submit
ted to all school- with special
( ',,., k lists "i qualifications
noted The check lists are being
i eviewed with educational direct-
ors oi all school- and deficien-
cies brought to the attenti in ol
each individual school
The qualifications particularly
call for employing qualified b-
censed teachers, providing sul
he.-lit time on a week!) h.'>i>
for instruction, and acceptance ol
code< of practices tor all educa
lional pern nnel.
The Bureau's Board ol License
continued it.- function ol qualify-
ing teacher- who meet the stand-
ards -et forth b) the Bureau's
Codes of Practice lor ail teach-
ers. The Bureaus Board ol Li-
cense i- recognized by the Na-
tional Board of License of the
Continued on Pabt 3-C
In moving to its new offices
at 840 Lincoln Boad Mall, Miami
Beach, t h e Bureau of Jewish
Education will soon reach its
25th year of educational service
to the Greater Miami Jewish
Community.
in 1941 in an effort to "co-
ordinate the program ot Jewish
education in Greater Miami.
the first central agency loi
Jewish Education emerged at
the Associated Talmud Torahs
of Greater Miami. This was 24
years ago. It reappeared in 1942
as the Jewish Education ASSOCI-
UNIFIED SUPERVISION AHD GUIDANCE
Bureau is Likened
To Instruction Board
For County Schools
New office of 'he executive director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Standing is Herbert Zvi Berger. associate director
of the Bureau, conferring with Louis Schwartzman (seated),
executive director of the Bureau, in his new executive office.
The Bureau of Jewisn Educa-
tion can well be compared with
the Dade Count) Board of Pub-
lic Instruction, the Bureau as-
sisting, supervising, and guiding
the administrative ami program-
ming policy ol the .1 e w i i
school-
Just as the I) a Hoard provides personnel, cur-
riculum guidance, standard test-
ing, classroom observation ami
consultation. -<> the Bureau of
Jewish Education oilers these
service.- i" its affiliated Jewish
schools, along with in-training
classes for Jewish teachers, pub
lication ot festival and pedagogic
bulletins, and constant research
lor improving educational stand-
ards
The Bureau's College of Jewish
Studies nas expanded its pro
gram of teacher training in ;i'i
attempt t" meet the critical
.shortage ol teacher- in this area.
Again, like the Bade County
Board, the Bureau sponsors si
ondary education by admitting
graduates ot the elemental
Jewish schools to it- Hebrew
High School for lour years ot
training.
Today, then- are some '.i'i
students registered In eleven
classes, meeting m lour geo-
graphical areas Greater Mi-
ami. Recently, 19 students gradu-
ated to enter higher schools of
learning. With greater emphasis
demanded today lor secondary
Jewish education, tne Hebrew
High School i- attempting to ex
pand its operation.
Through it- College ot Jewish
studies, the Bureau i- now im-
plementing a systematic plan for
adult Jewish Studies The Bureau
also provides program service
to all Jewish organizations for
meetings and special events of
the year Book Month. Edu-
cation Month. Music Month
making use ol its extensive
audio-visual materials of films,
film strips and recordings,
The Bureau I- particularly
proud oi its Central Jewish Li-
brary of Judaica, containing al-
most 9,000 volumes in Hebrew
Yiddish and English. Teachers
scholars, ami general hook
lovers borrow over 5.000 volumes
each year under the library -
Iree circulating plan
ation. and then in 1944 assumed
the name of the Bureau ol Jew-
ish Education of Greater Miami.
Louis Heiman was first pre-i-
dent of the newly-organized Bu-
reau, with Abe Cannes as il
first professional director. In
1949. Louis Schwartzman suc-
ceeded Cannes as executive di-
rector, during the term of its
second president. Max Meisel.
In 1952. the Bumiu moved
from its limited quarters in the
Con-res- Building to it- home
at 135 NW 3rd Ave.. the former
Talmud Torah building of Beth
David Congregation. From thai
date, live presidents have
served: Benjamin Meyers. Mrs.
Matilda H. Ratner. Sol Gold-
man. Meyer A. Baskin and Jo-
seph Cohen.
Under the administration of
Joseph Cohen, reelected for a
third term as president, the
Bureau moved to its present new
offices at 940 Lincoln Road Mall.
The Bureau's charter seeks
to do and perform all acts and
things necessary or proper lor
the advancement ol Jewish edu-
cation in Greater Miami and the
extension, intensification and
improvement of facilities for
Jewish education in such com-
munity
The Bureau's objectives are to
coordinate, supervise all Jewish
Schools, provide secondary Jew-
ish education, recruit, tram, at
credit teachers, publish educa-
tional bulletins and curricula.
conduct College ol Jewish StUd-
ies, operate a central Jewish
library, initiate research and ex-
perimentation, .i n d interpret
Jewish educational needs to
community, youth, and adult.
Ihe Bureau oi Jewish Educa-
tion o| dealer Miami i- Ihe ed-
ucational arm of the Creator
Miami Jewish Federation
Office workers of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Standinq
deft to right) are Marian Kaye, secretary; Anna R. Sintow, li-
brarian. Seated (left to right) are Lillie Kimler. secretary;
Louise Hirsch. administrative assistant.


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+Jfnistneridrfon
Friday, February 26, 1955
"Challenge of Change' to be B'nai B'rith
Women's Confab Theme in Washington
Shown admiring the Tree of Life, theme of the mid-winter tea
honoring life members of Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood re-
cently are Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. El-
liott Harris, life memberhip chairman and chairman of the
day; and Harry A. Levy sole male guest among some 400
women, who participated In the life membership ceremony
on behalf of his wife. Davida, a new life member who, as a
member of the cast, was backstaae and could not participate
herself. Program which featured a Chai Fashion Show by
CeLan Fashions, was under the direction of Mrs. Jacob Katz
men rrogram v;c? rre-.ident, and included coordinator, Mrs.
Foul Pollak; commpr.tator Mrs. Thpodore Kipnis; soloists, Mrs.
Saniord Btirns and Mrs. Harrv A. L*>vv models: Mrs. Donald
;r, Mrs. Charles Binder, Mrs. Max Dinisman. Mrs. Perry
Xcye Mrs. Alexander Koaan. Mrs. Murry Koretzkv, Mrs.
Harrv A. I.evv Mrs. Sam Lubv Ir., Mrs. Dave B May Mrs.
Charles Roser.Mr", Mrs. Martin Smith end Mr*. Philio Thau.
Fashion comments were wiitten bv Trixie Levin. Sponsors
for the afternoon wore Mrs. Ab Green, Mrs. Morns Hirsch
and Mrs. Israel Taines. Tab'e decorations wore prepared by
Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Mrs. Hcrbrrt S. Shapiro is president of
the Sisterhood.
With a rheme of The Challenge
el Change." B'nai B'rith Women,
international service organization.
will hold its first '< ewrtes eon
vention Mar 7 to 11 a1 the Shera
ton Park Hotel in Washington D.C .
Mrs l.cmard M ShTffl. "I Detroit.
bbw president, has announced.
Top government offrcntls. lewl
ers in pafMfc affairs and promin-
ent experts in various areas ol
soeial welfare \\:ll describe the
vital economic, soclologieal. an 1
cultural changes today at the Kv
iia\ session and show BOW the\ rep
resent a call to action to vohm
teer women.
Mrs. Charles n soiovich. ot Oc-
troit. is convention chairman
Two challenges da> will he
presented to t h e delegates hy
means of special Held Mpa
throueh drama!ic productions, as
well as h\ speakers
The Challenge ot Change"
theme will he key noted at the
i.pening banquet Ol the convention
on Sunday. Mar 7
The Challenge ol Responsibili
ty" will he presented on Mondaj
afternoon, Mar. 8. when the entire
convention will be transported by
ivw to government agencies for .1
first-hand look at programs at
work which are related to B'nai
B'rith Women projects
A t Mondaj pvening's session
devoted 10 i '1 c Challenge ol
\ ( uth, asp< .i- ol '!ii -1 .". ices f<
port i B B V
.- ill bl .it a -a!a fl
I, nalions. Yonth Si-'" produc
lion
l hi 1 : Dense ol l '< as" li
be tlti I ol the Ku ir Free
corns l iti Ward lunchem
on Tuesdax Mai 9 ich th.
winnei 1 named 1 BBW -
J 1,000 prize I iblished
. outstand
hum.:.', rights
in 1964 making the
ontriBution
i11* s
(in Tnesdaj evenhw, "The Ow
lent. IV WorMs" rfll he 'li-
a paw (standing
ath : ', the lieh. Ol WWMl
ettacaf 11
Th. CheWenge Ol Freedom'
will have the -'; hnmar.
rights hmcheon on "edresday.
\iar when live netnrs and a
..,!,., \,iii ihtstrate the tiros'
tmportani phases of rw rtl rights
v 0 rk of ,vie Anti Helamation
League ol B'nai B'rffh
Special "take-home' eavtotB on
"Kreettng I he Challenge are
1 1 doled for W< 1 laj evemnn
to give delegates opporlonHy to
MS. CWAfflfS J010VICH
discuss ? s "..I me 1 mfaA
menfing whi fhej
in -heir ho--< oHstrict-
Spiritual Leader
Honors Donors
Rabbi Mayer Ahratnowit/ honor-
ed Chai donor members of Temple
Menorah Sisterhood ..t a luncheon
sponsored by Mrs Lillian Roth
child and s*n Pauline Levy in
the Temple Soeial Hall last week.
Rabbi Abramowitz >p the Jewish Theological Seminary
in a speech entitled "Ho I Be-
came a Rabbi."
Mrs. Sam Belsky 1- Sisterhood
president.
Miami Vice Mayor Sidney Aronovitz (left ir shown present-
ing Mrs. Ada'ine Lieoerg, Mrs. U.S. Savings Bond, who lives
in Poccte!!o Idaho with the key to the ~''y in cercmonie- here.
Mrs. Lieberq, Mr-. Iccro n 'ho Mrs. Amei.cc contest, is on a
r.atic: w le p 'a tour, boosting "he sale of U.S. Bonds.
Prosei ado before Miami's Torch cf Friendship,
renamed in henir of John F. Kennedy last March.
Pap Institute
Meeting Held
Mrs Henr> Gewitz preside '
..' ps Papa
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1965
-Jcwisti fkrMtaan
Page 3-C
.ocalite Gets
;ilver Wings
Steph. i Fried, son
.oi|. Philip Fried. 17800
!V '.ih we No Miami Beach,
f,.' been awarded silver wings up
L raduat n from the I S. Air
| \ ator School at James
tonnalb *FB. W Tex an
tjr yra n Command installa-
Bon
I, | is being assigned io
ta,her vl Calif., for specialized
lim(.v training before reporting
[, I,,, first rmanenl unit tor fly-
liL dut)
: \ >rth Miami High.
, received his ba degree fiom
kw l*nivi rsitj <>t Miami, and is a
(ember ": Alpha Kpsilon Phi Fra-
rnit> Hi was commissioned up-
ln completi n of Officer Training
thool : <*,and AFBl Tex'
MIAMI BEACH
Education: j
?rom College
o Television
Continued from Page 1-C
Association for Jewish
I Edueal
The I reau's Adult Education
. so included commun-
I eli bration ol National
>k Month, offering free
I).....k rev ev\ service to organiza-
tions in the community, throe
k festival rallies, and
teen-apt book review contest
huh culminated in a broadcast
|>\er ( hai 7. hook exhibits, and
ol list- of current
It* lewish books of tho |
Ictivi ilficers Of the Bureau
.lewis) Education include Jo-
ppn Cohei president; Judge
fredcricl V Bared. Albert E. Os-
h i i Leonard Zilbert. vice
older.--. Al Sherman, secrc
irj. am Melvyn B Frumkes,
reasun :
Chairmen of standing commit
pes inch Melvyn is Frumkes,
dull i cation; Rabbi Solomon
i< Hoard ol License
Mrs a Brenner Meyers,
iard ol : ev ieu Meyer A. Bas-
dn. B i!i and Finance; Ben
mi Ginsburg, Building and
i iii ru e Mrs Joseph Dun-
v. library; Max Meisel, Nom-
inating -car Mamber, Teacher
| ieni a I h e r t E, Ossip,
'iihlu Relations; Dr. Irving
Lehrmai Personnel
The fessional stall of the
sureati ludes Louis Schwartz
man executive director; Herbert
fcvi Berber, associate director;
>i Vathaniel Soroff, consultant;
Irs Ann* Sintow, librarian; and
Mi-- l -e Hirsch. administra-
tive as; --. nt,
Three leaders of the Residents Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal are shown at a Belle Plaza CJA Brunch last week,
which was hosted by William Bornstein. Left to right are
Lou Hariis. chairman of the CJA Crystal House compaign;
Bornstein; and John N. Serbin, chairman of the Residents
Division.
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First meeting of the General Services Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is held by Chairman Irving Wexler at
the Standard Club. The division embodies many of the im-
portant miscellaneous businesses and services that play an
important part in Miami community life and in the local econ-
omy. Shown (left to right) are Chairman of Travel Service
George Kronengold, Co-Chairman of Radio Stations Dick Buch-
binder, Irvina Wexler, and Chairman of Amusements and
Vending Machines Peter Moser.
Torah Dedication At the Mesivta
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Dedication ceremonj ol a Setor
Torah will t .ikt- place on Sunday
morning, 11:30 a.m., at the strath
Haven Hotel.
The Sefer Torah will he dedi-
cated by Nathan Ginsburg. own-
er Of the Strath Haven Motel, in
honor oi Mesivta Senior High
School oi Greater Miami and in
recognition ot that institution's
enormous contribution t o Torah
life and studj in this community
during the last four years
The dediealion ceremonv will
begin with a parade with the Torah
I r 0 m the corner of 2nd st. and
Ocean Dr. to the Strath Haven.
There, the faculty and students ol
the Mesvista will conduct the ded-
ication services.
Rabbi Morris L Horovitz, prin
cipal and program chairman, said
that Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. spir-
itual leader of YOUBfJ Israel of
Greater Miami, will deliver the
main address. Barry Bogin. a
student at Mesivta and long-time
friend of Mr Ginsburg, will speak
in the name of the student body
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+Je*ist ttcrkfisr
Friday. February 2S \%\
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Retired Educator Still 'Teaching
Relief Club Plans
Anniversary Fete
i Israel'.* 17th nnive
marked with a birthda; cake I
the Radomer Reliel ( ,: (jrei(
...
, .1 V^m......
s *""" In the patio
around the dis-
regarded swim-
ming pool of the
Miami B e a c h
apartment house
thej were play-
in-, cards A mas-
- e sun poured its pure light on
everything so that the people
ire glasses on tneir flinching
eyes, Thej focused only on the
i. rds.
One man sat apart neither doz-
h 2 nor judging. Rather, he
uasted his eyes on the burnished
inorama. He saw beauty both
i atural and fabricated by pur-
r. iseflll hands From under their
lent of grey luxurious brush, his
>~ pal ted to smile and then to
say, "Miami is the most hand-
- me city in the country. When
I contemplated retiring here. I
i- warned it was a den of
i iquity. Perhaps it is. but I
. e found a city rich in intellec-
i and aesthetic food."
Yiddish Language
i)i Sigmund Polger retired in
1 .)4 alter thirtyy-tivo years in
e New York school system.
I om immigrant child to teacher
principal of Public School 232
Brooklyn this is his history
E it not quite all of it. Behind
strict blue eyes glistens the
l.-lht of the poet and. in the labor-
_: heart, the workinu brain sur
. > a living Judaism
'My days now are concerned
ti\ giving talks on Judaism to
. oups, with performing drama-
1 readings in Yiddish of Sholem
I ichem, and I'm interested in
eserving the Yiddish language
affiliated with Rabbi Cohen's
- '".iii and recently gave a talk
realistic iew on David, and


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DR. SAMUEL FOGLIK
religious experience
soon I will give one on Solomon."
said Dr. Fogler.
When Dr. Fogler gave his Sho.
lent Aleichcm reading for the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart
ment. over 600 people attended
So many were turned away ai
the door, he was requested to do
a re|)eat performance at which
almost 2.000 people appeared
"Yiddish shall not die." says
Dr. Folger.
Somewhat sadly, he remarked
that upon settling in Miami, he
and Mrs Fogler attended serv
ice- at temples in the area but
could not find one they could
identify with.
Religious Experience
"I don't go to temple to hear
booh reviews," said the doctor
"I can give them better than
Premieres Slated By UM Orchestra
> musical world premiers
In- pre.M nted by Dr. Fabien
Si itzk) and the L'niversit) <>l Mi-
mphony i n a conductor's
pi igram Sunday and Monday
i in Miami Beach Convention
i: and Dadc Countj Auditorium
nic premiere will be the first
plete performance in English
>. oratorio "The Birth of ilia
> watha." bj Russian composer Igor
i i> re\ tin othei a new compo
- on bj Di William !'. Lee. dean
; h e L'niversitj o f Miami's
S< ool of Music.
The seven-part oratorio, based
c-i the poem by Henry Wads
v.orth Longfellow, is considered
oie of Boldyrev's best works.
Tie orchestra will be joined by
the Universitys Choral Union, di
rected by Glenn Draper, and
fiva guest soloists.
iuesi soloists! will be Jules .'
i. on artistic director ol "Opera
1 rica." of Palm Beach: Waller T
I. eke resource music teacher in
V -i Palm Beach; Patricia Mel
I' concert artist, who has sung
ii Miami Opera Guild productions;
.' i.i'i Robinson, leading soprano
with the "Opera Lyrica;" and
Gary Glaze, tenor, a faculty mem-
ber at Stetson University.
Dr Lee's composition. "Con-
certo Grosso for Brass Quintet and
Orchestra." was commissioned by
Ezra Rachlin, conductor of the
Austin (Texas Symphony. It is
dedicated to the Houston Sym-
phony Brass Quintet and its found,
er, R a I p h Liese Completed in
January, it will he performed in
Houston in April.
Featured in the I'M Symphony's
performance of the work will be
members of the University's Brass
Quintel
For the balance of the program,
the orchestra will perform the
Roman Carnival Overture, by Hec-
tor Berlioz, and Concerto in C ma-
jor for two pianos and strings, bj
Johann Sebastian Bach.

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the rabbis. The Friday night
service should he a religious ex
perience. and the rabbi should
develop spiritual attachments
On Friday night at the Fogler
home, there are services For
this service, the doctor has writ-
ten his own Kiddush.
"This is not sacrilegious," he
said. "All prayers were written
by someone, some poet at some
time. My prayer Is meaningful
for my family "
Dr. Fogler explains that he
might be considered a Recon-
structionist; although even this
group has some religious prac-
tices he can not accept What
he predicts for the future is a
fusion of the three main groups
of Judaism in this country.
"After monotheism."' said Dr.
Fogler, "the greatest contribu-
tion to the world by Judaism is
the Sabbath. To turn aside from
worldly concerns and use this
one day each week tor contem-
plation, for nourishing the soul
what could be more important'"
A 'Secular Jew'
Perhaps the way to define Dr
Fogler's concept of himself as a
Jew would be as a secular Jew."
And what is a secular Jew".'"
asks the doctor. He answers his
own question. "A secular Jew ap
proaches Judaism with his reason
instead of emotion."
But emotion plays a bis part
in his life. Me pours it out in the
sonnets he writes tor whom '
"for my wife, of course." he says
"1 do net write to be published,
to make money from my most
cherished feelings These i give
to my wife."
Today. Dr Fogler is interested
in education as a citizen. He
rebels against political and intel-
lectual reactionaries u ho impede
the liberalization of our educa-
tional system He maintains that
they want children to he fodder
for indoctrination.
What we need.' said Dr Fog
ler. "is a highl) centralized edu
ciitioii.il system whose guide lines
would be observed by all the
states Today, each state re-
writes its education system with
in the frame work of its own law
And we have chaos Individual
slates must give up some rights
In order to get a better education
plan "
Educational TV
Dr. Fouler was the first edu
cator to write a television pro
gram in this country He feels
there is great value in television
as an aid to education, but he
deplores the way it is being used
today
"Education can only take place
in a face-to-face situation." he
said. "Television should be used
to take children places they can't
go. Show a city child a mountain
a child from the farms an urban
center. Television should be
used as an adjunct, not as a re-
placement, for a live accessible
teacher."
On Miami Beach there is much
card-playing and turning away
from the future But in this town.
Sigmund Fogler gazes with avid
eyes upon the present and looks
with confidence to what will be.
His own words speak best for
him. "Slough off the bitter bur
oen of our time And stand with
me upon the steps we climb: And
see beyond our reach but not out
sight The singing day contained
in brooding night "
er Miami on Saturday night j
Washington Federal | \\ l-n
ington Ave.
President .1 ('. old ,
tended greetings, ai lack F.-h.
man participated in tl
activities
Program included \ >. ,
biowski. who s|Hike ei |.
17th Anniversary Celebi tion."
film of an Israeli parade a djnie
contest and refreshments
Or Olom Youth
Dance Held
Temple Or olom i
sponsored a dance ol S
the Temple Jimmr s, .
Youth Groups.
The teenagers were in i i
of refreshments and jockql
Rick Shaw acted as stet
c eremonies for the evei
start at 7 p.m.
Chairing the affair i"i ". i
hood was Marvin Solcnu n
Opti-Mrs. Will
Present Show
Opti-Mrs, ol Miami Reach a
present the Danny Thorn a- show at |
its annual dinner danci
eveninj.. Mar. 14. at tin l>eauville|
Hotel
All proceeds Mill go to Ihe groupi!
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Paoe 5 Conciliation Body is Urged



ctor Levine (leh) and Mrs. Terryce Kaplan were selected
{real Guy" and "Great Gal" by Variety Club, Tent No. 33,
r their distinguished humanitarian service to Variety Chil-
en's Hospital in the past year." A. J. "lack" Cleary (seated)
is awcrded the "Good Samaritan" trophy "for his long rec-
1 of public service in the field of health and welfare." They
ti seen with Tracy Hare, past chief barker of Variety, who
nde the presentations a* the annual awards banguet before
i audience of 600 members and guests.
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Itractcr and land devel-
it, hci endorsed the youth
up project of the Knights
IPythjcs here in a letter to
Imberi of the Miami Beach
nc League. Emmer. a past
>sideir of the Civic League
co-chairman of its Schol-
khip Committee, urged Civ-
ILeague members to form
kutie parties and buy tic-
Bts Icr'the "Pythian Youth
fnip "umboree oi Stars"
Yiefit -how to be held at
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Poale Zion Has
Cultural Evening
Poale Zion. Chalm Greenberg
Branch of Greater Miami, sched-
uled its annual cultural evening
on Wednesday at the DiLido Hotel.
Dr. Simon Wilensky is president.
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, consultant
oi the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, was in charge of the evening,
with featured speakers including
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
and Phillip Segal, who spoke
on Poale Zion activities in Amer-
ica.
C.ENEVA(JTA1 The establish-
ment of a United Nations Concilia-
tion Committee, before which gov-
ernments can be brought on
charges of violation of religious
rights, was recommended here by
a I'nited Nations body for the tirst
time in history. The recommenda-
tion, which must ultimately be ap-
proved by the UN General Assem-
bly was approved by a vote of 11
in favor with two opposed and one
abstention as the three-week long
religious freedoms debate was
concluded here this week by the
Subcommission on Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities.
The negative voles in the 1-t
member body were cast by the
Soviet Union, which has been
lighting the adoption of a relig-
ious freedom Convention for sev-
eral years; and by Mexico which
is constitutionally opposed to the
practice of any religion. Poland,
which has been on the whole sup-
Dr. Heschel
At Emanu-EI
Friday Evening
Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel.
professor of Jewish ethics and
mysticism at the Jewish Theologu
al Seminary of America, will be
guest speaker at the Friday eve
ning service of Temple Emanu-EI.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will respond.
Dr. Heschel. noted theologian
and author, is known throughout
the world as one of the leading
authorities on Jewish thought. He
i played an important role as an ob-
server at the Ecumenical Council
His books include "Man is Not
Alone." "Cod in Search of Man."
"The Sabbath," "The Earth is the"
Lord's." "Man's Quest for God."
and "Theology of Ancient Ju-
daism."
The Sabbath service begins at
8:30 p.m.
porting the USSR's fight against
;i religious freedoms document,
abstained The United States, Brit-
ain ad France were among those
who approved the proposal.
The adoption of the proposal
for what may ultimately be an
International Court of Religious
Freedoms came as a culmina-
tion to the Subcommission's ap-
proval of a United Nations Con-
vention on the Elimination of
All Forms of Religious Intoler-
ance.
Under the rules for implement-
ing the Convention. Sir Arcot
Krishnaswami ol India, proposed
the formation of the Conciliation
Committee, before winch any stabs
that has ratified the Convention
may bring charges against any
other such state. These charge*
v. ill have to be subject to probing
by the committee, which will have
to report on the issue. The <*af
found guilt> Ol religious freed >mi
violations could, then, take tie
matter t<> the International Court
ol Justice for an advisory opinion.
It was Sir Arcot's proposal tuab
" as finally adopted
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Friday. February 26, \%\
Yardeini to Honor
Music Month
Jewish Music Month v.
nrved vwth a spei i .,
writ.
the famous (olk-singi
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Children who will sinq in the Cantor's Concert Chorale at
Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday are (top row) Herbert
Levine. Mark VogeJ. Hacld StoUer. Gregory Marx, Andy Kop-
pel, Alan Drecksler. Third row are Pat Goldsmith, Connie
Weine, Sherl Orlowitz, Lori Siegel, Judy Luck. Rochelle David-
son, Maxine Michelsoiv Nancy Topol. Jane Oiman, Janet
Haas, Vicki Meitus, Sharon Litwin, Susan Ossako. Second
Children's Choir Concert Chorale
row are Nancy Fisher, Leslie Oppenheimer, Gail Silverrnan.
Frona Popkin. Shelly Jonas, Nancy Baker, Alissa Pardo, Judy
Roberts, Amy Pollack. Bottom row are Carl Gorman, Laura
Snetman. Susan Rubin, Toby Popkin, Debbie Chanton, Ann
Harvey, Carol Davidson, Marci Cohen, Lisa Sheldon, Mans
Cohen, Adrienne Levin, Deborah Gordon, Linda Kroll, Linda
Hoffman. Harry Falkenburg.
Members il the Children's Choir
ol Temple Beth Sholom will be
among the 90 voices participating
ii 'in- "Cantor's Concert Chorale"
on Wednesday evening at the
temj i
The> "ill be joined bj some 30
i i voices constituting t he
Adult Choir. There will be selec-
- from operas, musicals and
i .lie works "I Beethoven. Baeh
In Lassus .:> well as from
contemporary composers, and
i and Yiddish nui.su
lie the following
Abrams, Judy
Williams, Arch
Dutton and Eve
Featured will
soloists Salwa
Drinker. Ruth
Bradley, Wat.son
Com is, \
Mrs Conviser, together with her
bushand. Cantor David Conviser,
will present a medley from "Fid
dler 00 the Roof David Smith.
Beth Sholom's organist, will be
lealured in piano duets with Mrs.
Conviser
The concert, directed by Cantor
Conviser. is open to the general
public Proceeds will go to Sister-
hood's Subsid) Fund lor choir
kowns tor children of the Heth
Sholom Choir group.
Mis Leo Levin is president of
the Sisterhood Mrs Seymour Sil-
verrnan is chairman ol the Beth
Sholom Festival ot the Arts, which
is sponsoring the concert
Service Club 'Rush' Slated Here
Tau Delta Service iluh spon-
sored by Handicaps United, is
hav in1- a "rush" for new mem
her- -in Sunday. Fch L'S. 1:30 to
3 30 i' in at the home of Dona
Weinstein, 4707 Orduna Dr.
Qood ddwic
Officers of the club, which also
gives service to the community,
are Wills Kligerman, president;
Miehele Camaeho. vice president:
Dona Weinstein ami Pearl Kopel,
secretaries; Linda Flitch treasur-
er: Randy Levin, sargeanl at-arms.
Advisor to the group is Mrs.
Audrej Vollenhover
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