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The Jewish Floridian ( March 5, 1965 )

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Oewish Florodian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ami THi JEWISH WEEKLY Three Sections — Price 20c Limitations Fray Opens Smut Drive rael Foreiqn Minister Golda Meir qreets Pres.liqn-ievel talkfollowinq the West German jr.* "ohnson's social envoy. Ambassador cancellation ct aims shipments to the Jewish .-* erell Harriman. in Jerusalem durinq Stale. (Pnoto by JTA>. .S. Arms to Israel Seen *ossible After Envoy's Visit TALKS WITH HARRIMAN HUSH-HUSH PACE 9 A RtSTORt FAVORABLE BALANCE ME 10 A CI. -ALEM I.ITA) The i y Hint the liiiteil State* Openly provide amis > H to make up tor West GOTI) ancelation >i such ship UK U seen here .IN W. Avor lUr.man. I'.S. I IWLT Secreo state and Washington'* pi., envoy, leit h'n 1 lat* Mon completing live dayof highly secret conferences with Israel's tflnmn't jjovrrnmontal lend or-, headed b> Prime Minister l.evi Eshkol. He flew to Kabul, Airhanistan. and will then go tn India While the black-out p i iit> because "f the late Crntinued on Page I A BUENOS AIRES (JTAI — The DAIA, the central body ol Arnline Jewry, called an extraordinary session this week to dtsCUSS recent anti-Semitic attack--. At the -ame time, it decided to warn public opinion that thf attacks coul l ipread out in cbaoi which mighl b, ci ne uncontrollable The organizat'on also decided t-> notif) Ihe authoiltiea ol the "pro found uneasiness" %  nong .lews because oi the impunity from arrest and prosecutivfl which was apparent!) enjoyed by terrorist bands In Argentina DAIA leaders indicated thai Ihey were prepared to pose icfore national authorities, political parties and the peoph ot \i gentina generally the Issue ol hov ,on the nation was prepared to accept Ihe presence and activities ol Ni i\ gn up* ol rg< ntina as in •\ itable, Francisco Manrique, candidate for Parliament for the Union del Pueblo Argentina party in the Mar. 14 elections here, sharply criticized the Government for failing to take action •gainst the anti-Semitic terrorists who eKchenged shots with police at Ezelza Airport several weeks ago. Recalling the complaints terrorists voiced by the Continued on Pag* '* conversations here and at Tel Avi. la-t Thursday — informed circles slated that progress seems to have been achieved concerning Israel's request for "non-Secret" supplies of arms from the I'.S A (Reports from Cairo said Egypt has been mobilizing troops and corioctinq military maneuvers in the Gaza Strip an* bordering Israel, and has called into active service several thousand army reservists. The report stated that the Gaza Strip has been sealed off against any visits by foreigners.) The conferences with Harriman continued Monday right up to his departure, and a joint communique was being drafted by both -ides it was predicted that the communique would not go beyond generalities, since Harriman had come here without a clear mandate from the Johnson Administration for entering into hard commit incuts. Durinq his talks, not only with Premier Eshkol but also with Foreign Minister Golda Meir and Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Pep's. Mr Harriman is known to have shown understanding of Israel's |MI> lion on most o| the major issues under consideration. Regarding open American arms supplies to Israel, the talks are believed to have built a posiContinued on Page ISA BONN — (JTA — A campaign to prevent the extension ol the Stal ute ni Limitations, which limits the prosecution of Nazi war criminals after May 8 was started by the right-wing Deutsch National Zeitung and Soldaten-Zeitung which has a large circulation annum Germans who formerly served in the German armed forces, In an outspoken anti-Semitic front-page article, carrying the headline "Capitulation Before World Judaism." the newspaper dealt with the debate now going on in West Germany over extension of the statute of limitations. "German politicians.' the paper wrole. "have given in to Jewish blackmail and pressure to prolong the statute of limitations Meanwhile, it was reported from Prague that the Czechoslovak Justice Ministry transmitted to Bonn recently-discovered Nazi documents on killings of European resistance fighters and of miry thousands of Jews. The report said that documents on 400 cases which required immediate attention had been transmitted Continued on Pag* 12 A JUSTICE DONE W. Germans May BackExtension BONN — (JTA) — The West German Government indicated this week thai It Will hack a'l extcn sion of the statute of limitationlor murder and thus permit new prosecutions of Nazi war criminals after next May 8 the effective date ot the statute Gunther von Hase, the Govern ment spokesman, said the Government would assist the Bundestag, West Germany's lower house ol Parliament in its efforts to let justice be done in accordance with the principles of law." Previously, the Cabinet had voContinued on Petje *-A Tempers Flare At Immigration Hearing WASHINGTON — (JTAi — An assertion by a North Carolina Senator that immigrants from Anglo-Saxon nations desei \ ad preference caused a heated eruption at a hearing of a Senate 1m migration Subcommittee this week. Sen. Sam J. Krvin Jr.. North Carolina Democrat, said he opposed l'resident Johnson's bill to end the discriminatory national origin quota system He told t.hiCommittee the bill "discriminates against the people who have made the greatest contribution to building up our country." He said persons from nations like Germany, England, Holland, Sweden, and Norway deserved preferential treatment. This infuriated Sen. Jacob K Javits, New York Republican, who took exception to these views, speaking "as the son of immigrant parents." He defended immigrants from Eastern Europe. Italy, and other areas, stating they had contributed as much as those from the "Nordic" nations. Sen. Edward M Kennedy. Mas sacbuseltS Democrat who served as acting chairman of the Subcommittee, ruled Sen Javits out ot order He said Sen. Javits was onlyentitled to ask a question pertain ing to testimony given h> Secretary of State Dean Rusk Mr. Rusk, in reply to Sen. Javits question, said he would agree that "we should not attempt to judge the value of con tribntions to our society baaed on race and national on,in." He said valuable contributions were made by individuals trom all parts ot the world Mr Rusk stressed I hat the Ad Continued on Page 3-A ISSUt FOUGHT OUT IH PARLIAMENT Drop Eitani Passport Recall JERl SAI EM JTA. The interior Ministry withdrew this week ti i mand that Mrs Blna Eitani a member ol the Upper Nazareth City Count U, shield hand in hoi passport pending clarification of her nationally s .itiis. The lines tigation has sparked a controversy in Israel The Ministry contended that since she had a non-Jewish mo thci. she was not entitled to automatic Israeli citizenship under the Law of Return. Mrs Eitani was recorded in the 15148 census as lie ing oi Jew ish nationality She received Israeli citizenship in 1952 under the I aw ol Return and in littii she received a pass port which was renewed In 1964 Last December, the Interior Mm Istry asked her to hand in her pasport and the issue was raised in Israel's Parliament.



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+Jmlst>ni*'*+*" Fage 2-A +Jewlst nerid&r_ Farband Conference This Sunday Slates Editor and El Al Managing Director KtLAUO CIA SJOftltS PACt IM Labor Zionist confer member ol the Bar in Mnssachu •".r.banil ~-—. .„d luncheon on behalf of the setts and practiced la* there f where he settled in Kibbutz United Jewish Appeal will take p ace thia Sunday, 10 a.m., al the Lido Hotel. Guest speaker at the morning ... gston will be Leo Mindlin, exec %  -,M editor oi The Jewish Florid n Mindlin has tpured Israel extensively, and will present a report on the plight of worldwide Jewry. Featured speaker al a luncheon ssjon al noon will be Ilaymi S nderson, North and South Ameri. ii managing director of Kl Al ael Airlines Born in Boston, Sanderson is a Beachite to Get Air Training At Alabama Base Airman Third Class Ronald G. Fuchs, son Of Mr. and Mrs. SoloI chs. of 315 Ocean Dr.. Mi a ni Beach, has graduated from the technical training course for ne\v : ers ol the I S Air Force Service at Gunter AFB M ho stud i basii hospiII ocedures and mei encj mod been selected ier trai i I i inter •• nded iri New Y -i Hills Insurance Men at Confab top executivi -i the avitt • K ihn Insui \ ency. \:, ,i. returned h -re thej at tended I annual insurant i Plannii e al i ;!-. ersitj ol Floi i -i : • ce men from through) ul the state were present, including Dan i.l Cravitt, Albert Kahn and Mel\ in Shifke Ki. Blum Subsequently, he was ap pointed Deputy Commissioner Ol Customs and Excise for th %  Stat' ot Israel. He t h e n joined t he manage ii< i,t ot Alliance Tire and Rul ;or Co. until 1958. "hen he beame deputy managing director for • nance and administration for, El \I. a post he held until assuming his present position Joseph P. Zoekerman, Sooth em regional representa'iv" 'or Farband, said that a oeeil fish luncheon will be highlighted by the appearance of Joyce Farber, soprano, and Michl Gibson, for merly of the Yiddish Art Theatre, in a performance of "The Jmtggled Maftir." Discussants will include Vssoci ate Chairman Dr, Nathaniel Sorof; \lis Milton Green, president ol Pioneer Women. Morris Honig baum ol YIVO; Dr Simon Wilen sky, president Ol I'oalc Zicti: Dl Isaac Unterman, honorarj chair man; '/.<•' %  Baumgold, national Labor Zionist director ol United Jew ish Appeal. Manui I Bui -ii ident, Ben-Gurion Branch: Moe l.c\ ine, president, I h We iiKinn Branch; Abraham Ravinsk sender Wolson: and e Da ':•. ncli r'arbii after sail %  idei Beth Sholom (en m i ai d Zuckei ma Baumi A GIFT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES UV£S HIRE AND IN ISSAM Moyshfe Friedbof SA.VOIRSON MIHDUN -rceaem Lodge Ifection Slated \ ... ,. |(e ,,i ol icers "i Fn B'nai B'rith will be elected ,1 a meeting Mar 22 al SorfsWi 'ommnnity Centei i %  %  • % % %  is Herman Nudelman Oi and honorarj presidei I lodge he has recommended tm fettov ing roster to serve lor 1968 M s. -I president. Judge Louis Sa Vice presidents. Morns B Charles Berlin. Meyer Glads! Dr Sidney I'avilack. treasurer .lohn Diamond; financial tary Aaron M Orkin: ret secretary. Lester Aikii,: correj pending secretary l-Mv ard warden. I'.urt Berson chaplain Rinanuel Tepper Board ol Dlrectoi i v ^ %  Axelrod Dr Jerome Bmck %  %  ton Brown, Paul Brown R Buckb n l< r. Di I i : im. Si I : i aj Herland Dai id l\ • Lan Ul Rosi %  I lip Sa> S.I: -., '• Summer Study At Hebrew Univ. An unusual opportunity for sum mer B tudy in English on the cam pus 0 | the Hebrew rnivcrsity in Jerusalem >* being offered through the American Friends ol the He brew University, according to .lack S Popick president ol the South Florida Division Courses will be ottered in Hibli ca l niator) and ardiaeologj hi* lorical geographj ol bract wei otogy. government and poMlicso Iscnei. eoumaaa Je*J r *" ca tion and i the Hebrew I x n with II* credit w • I be f,.,.,.,! tii win be include the un Xl .,,,.e %  :. • %  Popick, students wil Ine In %  regu ar dormilwie <> the university, which offer the m osi facilities TERMITES SWARMING? call Orkin •a*e.l 111 H-iMS DAY WOtKCKS Si FAR' HIGH TYfl WIIKIY MAIDS RfSTAUIANT A KOTfl HUP ctiHce PRESCRIPTION OPTICFASfffON CttJ;W Of THf S0V r H ,i %  %  *. 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Friday. March 5. 1965 • Um4c* nr*lrfn,r Paqe 1A Tempers Flare at Immigration Hearing Continued from Page 1-A i bill provided I i %  m nation ol ihe biased rial |UOl .. ur.. H i in ii tion policj now in effect dai i i \\ Wil ftirtz .1 i I i.ir Iralioi %  a • pro tli >ion ol indh iduals with qual ifications and occupations net e I'liiicd States ENERGETIC OUTSIDE SALESMEN WANTED MUST OWN CAR GOOD COMMISSION WITH DRAWING Phone Hi 4-0921 > z-tel Attending the Jewish National Fund Council meelinq at 'he Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, Leon I Ell. president of Ihe INF. Rabbi David Lehriield, of Kneseth Israel Congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Katt. Sam Schachno. and Johan L. Berman. IP Rabbi Lehrfield Discusses His Trip to Israel itabbi D\id LehsfWd, qriritoal der and is m no petition i<> keep Also on tin JNF pri leader <>i Knesoth Intel Coaujcanerria aU over, it is the .INK Iron-vas a litter set, Launa -ation. discussed his reccnl tup tier settlement 'hat takes up t'i Soin k. accompanied at *<> Israel al a function il the Pan. .-lack so far as the security ol Iby Aido Yaslo. The m< laineMeau Motel la-t #wk ael i* concerned." i-.r.,i h\ i %  „ % %  i. K'I Rabhi i.fliili'UI ••• i>. %  e on hi* isits lo I hi' newest %  ev I N'al ion al Fun I [roatier selllcmcni in >h Slat which li< said i .. betU i und< rstand f the Bib 11 • \ i >it-. IM ael can oae he i m | Bil i m. i.i .. ani %  Explained Rabbi LeHrfiotd: The Jewiih Nat.onj' Fund not only plants trees, but il also re claims and redeems land. JNF partie. pates in brirpinrj water, it bui.Hs frontier roacis and establishes front.er -it ements wheie Ihe Nachal can spend two years of trainirg, art wheie many pioneero remain to continue lo build the country." Id (ram here and Tania tlvpiano tiny was 1 I MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-843? ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE P*S1E7 i A Division or TITLE /1UMCI cKT will have general meel in. .ind luncheon on Tuesday, 11 30 a m. at the Belle Plaza. 7\ a.iHOinrtc cnwi TNtTH HCAR'NO AIC^ 5 r >0 to S285 STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road < Tn*-Tfii>i-Trl*l* -T#*i fMONf Jf l'l -* Yes, there is a Foolproof westment a p.iSbbook like this when you open a savings account with us. Contents Guaranteed not to shrink. Your savings are not subject to market fluctuation, they're safe and earn excellent returns. Interested? Come in. We have an office nearby, convenient to you. r it; *: I Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before March 22nd will earn dividends from the 1st BETH DIN OFFICE • ABBI DR. TIBOR H. STIRN '532 Wetkiaftea Ae.. Miami ten JE 1-1969 534-0271 4'/4 % A Year cuntnt dividend rale paid and compounded quarterly RAT PROOFING A Specialty %  CG4UA* PfST COMlftOi K) JHt HOMt AMD BUSIHtSS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE 6 Caartarfst Ifficu Sirii Dad* duty Mn Ortico: 101 East Heeler St / Aflaaattth B.anch. 1400 N.W. 36tk St. / Ne.Wi bhami Branch 12600 N.W l\k *v*. Toman* feast*: 1901 S.W. M St / Keodatl fca*ch: U.S. 1 at 5.W. 104th St / Edison Center Branch 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCE* 1XCEED SI %  MILLION DOLLARS r %  a m



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t* aW Jcft n*r**mPage 4-A *lfir Friday. March -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 Th. Jewi.h F.orid.an ha. ijtfffil* ^wlSh !" "O !" P""' the J.wish Weekly. Member *"<' Worldv ,,d Newi A 0 .ncy. Seven Art. /'"" •£** *£&•* Me* of Service. Nation.I Editorial so F | 0rl< j a Press MS". EngllSh-JwiX Newspap e.s. and tne nor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On.V.arUCX "'"' ^Hre. Vear. ,12 00 Out of Town Upon Request during (he week ... as i see it %  THE GERMAN Middle East is li by LEO MINDLIN The Jewish Flnrldinti dol not guaranty th* Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In Its nilnnirm Friday. March 5. 1965 1 Adar 5725 Volume 38 NumbeT 10 Lavon Affair Still Bothers Ben-Gurion Former Prime Minister David BenGurion is still tryinq. The Lavon affair remains a bone in his throat, particularly now, when it seems almost a foregone conclusion that he will never regain his role at the helm of Israel. In his mos*. recent tilt with Levi Eshkol. which saw the Mapai Party split 60-40, Mr. Ben-Gurion was apparently willing to risk the political stability of the country in order to prove a point. By now, we can no longer be certain what the Lavon affair means to Israel, except '.hat in the hands of the former Prime Minister, it poses a repeated threat. What we can be certain of is that Mr. Ben-Gurion wants his name cleared in the eyes of history. Since the substance of the case is a presumably state secret. B-G seems to be doing more than boxing with shadows. As a conseguence, he has aroused the enmity of Foreign Minister Golda Meir and former Prime Minister Moshe S h a r e 11, among others. It would appear that Mr. Ben-Gurion should recognize the time has come for him to lay his pistol down. The battle, long since over, can hardly be won after the fact. i %  War, %  vCTA Harriman's Trip to Israel W. Averell Harriman's trip to Israel, among other nations in the Middle East and Asia, is a key one. As President Johnson's roving ambassador, he has the difficult task of "explaining" our government's dual policy toward Israel and Egypt. Of particular importance is the recent reversal of West Germany's decision to sell Israel some S80 million in arms, a move which Gamal Abdel Nasser charges with having been the motive behind his invitation to Walter Ulbricht, of East Germany, to visit Cairo. The confusion behind these seemingly interlaced issues is of clear concern to Washington and President Johnson. Like his predecessors in office, the President appears to have slipped into the custom of trying to be all thinqs to everyone in the Middle East, with Israel the scapegoat whenever the political pressures become unbearable. Mr. Harriman's trip to Israel may be no more than Mr. Johnson's effort to sgueeze some soothing balm on a sore wound. We hope not. Israel wants, instead, to talk some real turkey. True Facts to Fore The United Nations Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, meeting in Geneva, has approved the establishment of a UN Conciliation Committee designed to hear charges of violation of religious rights. The Soviet Union, of course, cast a negative vote for the establishment of the commi'tee. There are some three million Jews currently living in Rusiia who have become the overt target of cultural genocide. The Communists repeatedly deny this condi ,; on. Perhaps the new committee will help bring the true facts to the fore. ii both economic and %  i o tome extei t. the M entists at work ii ire providing techi for Bonn II at would i be unavailable in hi the term of the 1942 ditional surrender m -•*—•— some way-is this r. of the Spanish Ci where both the Russian! and the Germans tried their vim actual combat The situation is. of course, particular!) ud Nasser becomes an automatic beneficiary of German aciei search which in turn will undoubtedly be used in the next || round against Israel The Germans argtte that, although they recoym/e th. their activity IS merely coincidental to the ultimate fate Besides, the) add, thej have no control over the desire %  broad and to engage in what % ihis patent nonaenae One n read II the scientists decided to i A in addition, the Federal Republic, like to denj applications for paaaporl t< bring harm to tl nment ..I thi %  my cai tin h Lists an mi rel) • %  I) honest about it TURG/D RtASOSING TOWARD UAMUCATION N EVERTHELESS, THE BONN :i :i,.iI r i an on down, havi into undei det > opi d ias a have nation in tern,ol I uh> not West German) In l I h, extent of Bom Iment maj be gauged bj misst [ the Spanisl M ess de Nerva, who went I and Gamal Abai Di spite the won, the German • Die Welt." | explaii ed on Fi b 10 ll overlooked thai Bonn has g I relations Spain whu pin' • ..ii rcuml tioi N and refuses anj ill the So\ let / %  :. %  : e. in I I find it perfectl> understandable thai Bonn would I upon Bimc which, in turn spurns East German) f th< Bonn < airo rift, partii \ : invitation to Walter I'lhrichl lor a state visit Bui polit philosophical reasoning "(ten noted for itI reaches .i high point in "Die Welt which praises spams:. ..• the IN in behalf of reunification, especiall) when Spain iber ol the world peace oi sanitation • Dit Welt" goes %  step furthei In addition spam i~ for this rule as it does not have an) di] relations w in thi name of decenc) aj hen ol main i except I hat the scientists %  final!) does emerge | the inn P 't these sUhst.cs M-em Wfl nmcate the scope of Wesl German activity in Egypt, hei stake i„ the Middle East, and hence the extent of the traun fncedin Bonn as ., consequence of the Llbrichl viail And what of Israel? I recall Bunding al the tinted Nal in (he Gate Strip one hot afternoon ,s u' '", ': ""' %  %  farm era. with their antiquated in v> u '"' k '"' L he ,and Th '' Pee. much firmer then h Toda) the atmosphere there is mor i "• i< have been substantial it does „„ ltrd to talk about thi ation ..f his x.aiis -understandit ml n: 'M feeds Nassei with the wherewithal toward wi jn ,,' ':0,1a tmwe ",," Ulbricht'a v,s„. fhe fi puD,,c sl nofduplktt, %  %  • har % 



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Friday, March 5. 1965 +Jmisi> fhriiffatrj Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bonn-Cairo Tie Anguishing EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: w. ;i sense "i anguish and bittei disappointment over re i 11 n Bonn and Cairo thai the • German Government has decided to terminate military as sistan it haft heen extendhn Israi •• accordance w i t h Ger manj tear commitment! ii ; pparent that the Bonn re gim urrendered i" President v. • blackmail threat t<> ret as! Geimany, in so doing, the • rman Government aban done the ui .• \ e burden it i arries for % %  life and liberty .if thus. Jews ho managed to outlive Ihtli • — and for the country ol Is rael which was established to give them en T> l decision by West Germany cori'jtes a breach of internation, morality which can not fail :,• have ever widening conserve r. Nasser's dictates with her tenacity in resisting demands i he free world for the with Idrawal .f Gorman scientists from i .tire developing weapons of de structtan for Egypt's war machine. We am disturbed by Germany's read] n iponsivcnesi to the compulsion ol blackmail and her indiffer ence .1 the dictates of morality. \V..re awaee of the political A Progressive Bank INVITES YOU... You're probably o#d lo your old bnk — but Jtfftnon Na t"*l it no longor a nowcomar Our luccm hat boon phonomonjl and many of your friends and neighbor* aro now "tost anihuvatiK (lunlt bo<-uit thoy like Ihe friendly, personal rreatmont thoy d%erwr from lh#ir bank You enjoy full commercial bank services Our Installment Loan Department offers the icwcst rate • Dade on installH nt loans D'ive-in windows open SAM &f o 4 PM Bank.ng hours, 9 20 AM to 7 P M Enjoy the friendliness and PM itjhborlnet* at Jefferson JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK ; Or MIAMI BKACH • • • 30i'•! smeCT <*Hk.i Co*' .. Ion tl f mM'M PIT* %  IHII rtaaaai rj/r* trtnm OTA RIO \ HEARING AIDS —.. %  •e*' -• "•*•• WHILE YOU WAIT Imperial Hearing Aid Ce. M N.E. 2nd Avt 377-1021 TfIMS TIADIS 'ponapio IS* w ** Rabbi Joseph E. 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MIAMI IIACH threatNasser has appl er| to In duce Gen this hour But it is 1 xactl) this ol m rality bj di plomai j ihis j el ling ol | rin tiple to pres ure thai condemns the West fSerman nation in th 1 yes ol I'IIwho believe that the '•• rman people 1 cial and yet unredi >med obligation to history and to the sw vivors of the Nazi hoiocau We have written tn Secretary ol State Dean Rusk and talked to Dr. Karl Heinrich Knappstein, ol the German Embassy, urging those elc ments in Germany uhich havi striven for .. genu 1 e moral rebirth id their countrj to reconsiner and reject .1 dishonorable course which is consonani neither with Ger many's pi 1 1 new moral pot Hire nor with, indeed, her own lonj range interests If enough of us make our position clear, both to the German Embassy and to Secretary of State Rusk, that West Germany s submission to blackmail does not constitute a foreign policy, then, hopefully, another tragic lesson may not have to be leerrad either at the expense of Israel or at the expense of world peace. It inot too late for West German) to make clear to the ambitious aggressive dictator <>t Egypt tha he can not catapult the Middle K.ist or the rest of the world — it to another holocaust. RABBI LEON KRONISH, President American Jewish Congress. cial and other aid to Nasser, ruler of Egypt and avowed enemy ol Israel ITiis action followed Nas ser's scornful explosion that the I S COUld, in efleet. jump in the ould gel ample assist a nee from oilier nations Then, according to newspapi 1 reports President Johnson enliste the support <>t Vice President Humphrey, supposedly because he was a friend ol the .lews to Hit the Senate to knock out the cancellation of aid to Nasser And this W as done. Why, then, should our Jewish community specially honor the man who was reportedly instrumental in removing the cancella Won of oui aid to Egypt, a nation at war with Israel? 0! com si this action somehow helped the l s. in its Ii. •' against Commuru this would be understandable and proper But I cannot undei 1 how humbl) givin money and supplies to a ruler who publicl) insults the 1 S can do other than lower our image and iniiuence in tne world. ROBERT H. THRONE Ccral Gables Sky Lake Plans Heart Night EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Vice President Humphrey horn I 1 cl and admire, has been honored b) the local Jewish com •nuiiity and I am puzzled Why? Recently the I S Ho isc 1 I itivi 11 ted to cancel finanSocial evening, including guest stars, buffet, dancing and prizes, will feature the first annual Sky Lake iieart Night, to be held bj the Sky Lake Community for the benefit of the Heart Fund. More than 500 arc expected t > attend the event on Saturday, starting H 30 p.m.. at the new office of the Heart Association ol Gn ater Miami. 5080 Biscayne Blvd. Honorary chairmen for the affair are Mayor and Mrs Arthur Snyder and Ralph Renick and officers and members of the new Sky Lake Iieart Chapter. Members of the Planning Committee for Skj Lake Heart Night are Mr. and Mrs. s. Morton Koen igsberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stern. Di and Mrs. .Norman A Fogel, and Mr ami Mrs Robert il Wollman. Arl Freeman and his orchestra will proi 1 le the music for danc% 


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Bothers Ben-Gurion
Former Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion is still trying. The Lavon af-
fair remains a bone in his throat,
particularly now, when it seems al-
most a foregone conclusion that he
will never regain his role at the helm
of Israel.
In his mos*. recent tilt with Levi
Eshkol, which saw the Mapai Party
split 60-40, Mr. Ben-Gurion was ap-
parently willing to risk the political
stability of the country in order to
prove a point.
By now, we can no longer be
certain what the Lavon affair means
to Israel, except ?.hat in the hands of
the former Prime Minister, it poses a
repeated threat. What we can be
certain of is that Mr. Ben-Gurion
wants his name cleared in the eyes
of history.
Since the substance of the case
is a presumably state secret, B-G
seems to be doing more than boxing
with shadows. As a consequence,
he has aroused the enmity of For-
eign Minister Golda Meir and former
Prime Minister Moshe S h a r e 11,
among others.
It would appear that Mr. Ben-Gurion should
recognize the time has come for him to lay his
pistol down. The battle, long since over, can
hardly be won after the fact.
OTA
Harriman's Trip to Israel
W. Averell Harriman's trip to Israel, among
other nations in the Middle East and Asia, is
a key one. As President Johnson's roving am-
bassador, he has the difficult task of "explain-
ing" our government's dual policy toward Is-
rael and Egypt.
Of particular importance is the recent re-
versal of West Germany's decision to sell Is-
rael some S80 million in arms, a move which
Gamal Abdel Nasser charges with having been
the motive behind his invitation to Walter Ul-
bricht, of East Germany, to visit Cairo.
The confusion behind these seemingly in-
terlaced issues is of clear concern to Washing-
ton and President Johnson. Like his predeces-
sors in office, the President appears to have
slipped into the custom of trying to be all things
to everyone in the Middle East, with Israel the
scapegoat whenever the political pressures
become unbearable.
Mr. Harriman's trip to Israel may be no
more than Mr. Johnson's effort to sgueeze some
soothing balm on a sore wound. We hope
not. Israel wants, instead, to talk some real
turkey.
True Facts to Fore
The United Nations Subcommission on Pre-
vention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, meeting in Geneva, has approved
the establishment of a UN Conciliation Commit-
tee designed to hear charges of violation of
religious rights.
The Soviet Union, of course, cast a nega-
tive vote for the establishment of the commit-
tee. There are some three million Jews cur-
rently living in Russia who have become the
overt target of cultural genocide.
The Communists repeatedly deny this con-
di*;on. Perhaps the new committee will help
bring the true facts to the fore.
Pacem in Terris
Spotlight of Public Perusal
The spotlight of public perusal is a bright
one. indeed. Sometimes, it is too bright, as in
the case of Stephen E. Smith, brother-in-law of
New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.
A staunch Kennedy backer. R. Peter Straus,
last week accused Smith of staying at an up-
state club which bars Jews as guests.
Smith promptly denied all knowledge of
the club's policy and promised promptly to
seek accommodations elsewhere.
Sadly, the guestion is less Smith and his
staying at an anti-Semitic club than the club
itself, from which, for example, the New York
State Conference of Mayors moved in 1958,
after Mayor Wagner refused to attend.
Nevertheless, such is the nature of public
scrutiny, that Sen. Kennedy's brother-in-law
found the spotlight too bright on him last week
and raced to less well-illuminated, more tran-
guil and incidentally non-discriminatory guar-
ters instead.
In the facp of all the international difficul-
ties today, including those we are sufferina in
Viet Nam and in our relationships with our
allies in Europe, it was good to note the Pacem
in Terris sessions held in New York in ?he
spirit of the late Pope John XXIII.
The sessions, attended bv leaders through-
out the world, last week had the good fortune
to hear Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba
Eban.
Mr. Eban, in his usually mellifluous prose,
suggested that the heads of all sovereign spates
gather for a week's super-summit meeting to
reevaluate the prospects for peace opened by
man's newest achievements in science and
technology.
The Deputy Prime Minister was greeted
with a standing ovation and no wonder.
Apart from his manner of speech, Mr. Eban
was literally asking the Pacem in Terris con-
ference to turn the tide of man's inhumanity
?o man toward more beneficent expressions of
progress.
But Mr. Eban, both an intellectual and a
politician, is a rare figure in the circle of world
diplomacy. When respect for the capabilities
of man's mind for its own sake becomes less
than unusual, the spirit of Pacem in Terris may
yet triumph.
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
m
Not All Working Hard
The Germans may be working hard to for-
get their Nazi past at least German official-
dom. But police continued a hunt this week
for vandals who smeared the words, "Jews
Go Away," and swastikas on the doors of the
office of the West Berlin Social Democratic
chairman. It should be easy to remember that
not all Germans are working hard to forget.
?HE GERMAN stake
Middle East is h.
during the week y*~
scientists at work in
arc providing techni
for Bonn that would i
bo unavailable to hi
the terms of the l!4i
ditional surrender,
some ways is this ren
of the Spanish Civil
where both the Russians and the Germans tried their wings
actual combat. The situation is. of course, particularly sad
Nasser becomes an automatic beneficiary of German Kiel
search, which in turn will undoubtedly be used in the next thi
round against Israel.
The Germans argue that, although they recognize the
their activity is merely coincidental to the ultimate fate
Besides, they add, they have no control over the desire ol
German citizens to travel abroad and to engage in whal
deavor suits their fancy. This is patent nonsense. One ma>
imagine how Bonn would react if the scientists decided to
research in Moscow. In addition, the Federal Republic. Ilk
nation, has the power to deny applications for passport t<
who. in their view, may bring harm to the government ..
quencc of their movements abroad.
Ana, alter all is .aid ami done. Germany can also poii
of her scientists in Israel, an embarrassing parallel which
Israelis to replj that these scientists are merely doing
search al the Wci/mann Institute, an explanation thai
to be desired ii one is to be entirely honest about it
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War,
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TURGID MASONING TOWARD UARIflCATION
nevertheless, the BONN commitment in the Mid
' vast one going far beyond the quest for foreign marKi
For. lrom the days of the Marshall Plan on down, "havi
seem to be pouring their funds into underdeveloped count n
Israel, herself, sees her role as a "have" nation in terms Ol '
emerging African republics, why not West German) in the
East.'
The extent of Bonn's commitment may he gauged bj thi
mission of the Spanish Marquess de Ncrva, who went to o to
mediate between the Federal Kepuohc and Gamal Abael ^ ->
Despite the destined failure of the mission, the German nev
"Die Welt." published in Hamburg, explained on Feb. 10: "II liten
overlooked that Bonn has good relations with Spain which sup-
porting German reunification in the UN and refuses any reci
of the Soviet Zone regime."
I find it perfectly understandable that Bonn would loot indly
upon any regime which, in turn, spurns East Germany rhis.
laei. has been the substance of the Bonn-Cairo rift, particula i the
Nasser invitation to Walter I'lbricht for a state \isit. But GTitian
political and philosophical reasoning, often noted for its ti iidity,
reaches a high point in "Die Welt." which praises Spanish el 5 al
the UN in behalf of reunification, especially when Spain is not
ber of the world peace organization.
"Die Welt" goes a step further: "In addition. Spain is wi -nled
for this role as it does not have any diplomatic relations with rael."
In the name of decency, one may here deduce a deliberat-
of malice; except that the presence of German scientists al "k in
Egypt finally does emerge to make putresccnt the innocent mis
posmon. a feeling that "Die Welt." itself, apparently can n ike.
for additional and clearly unrelated editorializing is append* the
story to make it seem all the more credible.
THE FACTS SEEN IN TERMS OF MONET
COR EXAMPLE, THIS statement, which proves nothil
1952. Gen. Franco was doing his best to achieve go
with the Arab countries. At the same time. Mr. Artajo. thi
minister, and Gen. Franco's daughter, accompanied by a si
nation, traveled through several Islamitic countries for thi
after the 'reconquista.' These visits were followed by N
present foreign minister, Mr CastUlio, and the attempted
in the Suez conflict in 1956, the intervention in favor of !'
SUlate affairs, and finally the meeting between Gen I i
President Nasser at the Madrid airport Barajas in Septembel
If this says little about Bonn's slake in the Middle Easl a
story in "Der Tagesspiegel" i f Feb. 7. published m Berlin
tells it all. There, one learns that the Ministry for E<
operation of the Federal Republic has made available somi
lion Marks to Nasser's Egypt While the Arab leader has
ing East against West, Bonn allocated 46.2 million Mark-
electric transformer stations in Lower Egypt. The power -
Damanhour and Assiout are being extended at a cost ol
million Marks, respectively
In addition, the Federal Republic of West Germany has
20 million Marks to increase Nasser's river fleet, including
struction of 26 motor cargo vessels, 20 lighters and a numbei I har-
bor installations. Other Bonn projects on the books includ > dr>'
dock at Alexandria (15 million Marks), bridges over the Ni
lay. Quena. Edfou and Cairo (37.1 million Marks), and di
of new land for some 60.000 Nubians who have to be resi
cause of the Aswan Dam construction (16.25 million Marks
THE BITTER 1ESS0N OF DUPLICITY
THESE ARE MERELY West German Government proje.
German enterprise in Egypt is even more staggering, with
Tagesspiegel" guessing that "a number of commercial banks hae
granted Egypt short term credits amounting to 150 million Marts.
while "German firms have participated to the extent of 300.000 Mar
in a company founded to develop the Egyptian tourist trade Aow
the newspaper coyly: "Egypt would like to obtain a credit of ;
lion Marks from the Federal Government for the building o(
One can go on and on. But these statistics seem suin.
indicate the scope of West German activity in Egypt, her Sener,
stake in the Middle East, and hence the extent of the trauma ttf*1'
enced in Bonn as a consequence of the Ulbricht visit.
And what of Israel? I recall standing at the United Nu,";!'\ .'
peditionary Force gate in the Gaza Strip one hot afternoon. looK'"f
into Egyptian fields where farmers, with their antiquated impl<
listlessly worked the land. The peace, much firmer then,
tenuous enough Today, the atmosphere there is more man contributions to it have been substantial. It does r
Chancellor Frhard to talk about the moral obligation of his
Co-
i mil

in Israel and to demand that the Arabs "understand" it:
while at the
same time he feeds Nasser with the wherewithal toward war
her.
'
Until now Bonn, even like Washington, has trod t
in the Middle Fast smce Walter Ulbricht's visit, the Few
public is learning the bitter lesson of duplicity.



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Page 4-A +Jeni*fi fkrMirtn Friday, March 3 ~Je wish 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 Kl^rMi %  n dOfel not ffiiArant*e th# Knshruth of fhe mt-r> hairlise advertised In It** rolnmns Puh!i<-h^n every Friday since 1927 by The Jewlnb Plorldlam at 110 N.E Sixth Street. Miami I, Florida. Sei-ond-Class Portage Paid at Miami. Florid*. The Jewish Floridian has absoroed 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. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. !" f* SUBSCRIPT ON RATES Local Area On* Year S6.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon H.q jest Friday, March 5. 1965 1 Adar 5725 Volume 38 Number 10 Lavon Affair Still Bothers Ben-Gurion Former Prime Minister David BenGurion is still trying. The Lavon affair remains a bone in his throat, particularly now, when it seems almost a foregone conclusion that he will never regain his role at the helm of Israel. In his mos*. recent tilt with Levi Eshkol, which saw the Mapai Party split 60-40, Mr. Ben-Gurion was apparently willing to risk the political stability of the country in order to prove a point. By now, we can no longer be certain what the Lavon affair means to Israel, except &f .hat in the hands of the former Prime Minister, it poses a repeated threat. What we can be certain of is that Mr. Ben-Gurion wants his name cleared in the eyes of history. Since the substance of the case is a presumably state secret, B-G seems to be doing more than boxing with shadows. As a consequence, he has aroused the enmity of Foreign Minister Golda Meir and former Prime Minister Moshe S h a r e 11, among others. It would appear that Mr. Ben-Gurion should recognize the time has come for him to lay his pistol down. The battle, long since over, can hardly be won after the fact. %  OTA Harriman's Trip to Israel W. Averell Harriman's trip to Israel, among other nations in the Middle East and Asia, is a key one. As President Johnson's roving ambassador, he has the difficult task of "explaining" our government's dual policy toward Israel and Egypt. Of particular importance is the recent reversal of West Germany's decision to sell Israel some S80 million in arms, a move which Gamal Abdel Nasser charges with having been the motive behind his invitation to Walter Ulbricht, of East Germany, to visit Cairo. The confusion behind these seemingly interlaced issues is of clear concern to Washington and President Johnson. Like his predecessors in office, the President appears to have slipped into the custom of trying to be all things to everyone in the Middle East, with Israel the scapegoat whenever the political pressures become unbearable. Mr. Harriman's trip to Israel may be no more than Mr. Johnson's effort to sgueeze some soothing balm on a sore wound. We hope not. Israel wants, instead, to talk some real turkey. True Facts to Fore The United Nations Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, meeting in Geneva, has approved the establishment of a UN Conciliation Committee designed to hear charges of violation of religious rights. The Soviet Union, of course, cast a negative vote for the establishment of the committee. There are some three million Jews currently living in Russia who have become the overt target of cultural genocide. The Communists repeatedly deny this condi* ; on. Perhaps the new committee will help bring the true facts to the fore. Pacem in Terris Spotlight of Public Perusal The spotlight of public perusal is a bright one. indeed. Sometimes, it is too bright, as in the case of Stephen E. Smith, brother-in-law of New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. A staunch Kennedy backer. R. Peter Straus, last week accused Smith of staying at an upstate club which bars Jews as guests. Smith promptly denied all knowledge of the club's policy and promised promptly to seek accommodations elsewhere. Sadly, the guestion is less Smith and his staying at an anti-Semitic club than the club itself, from which, for example, the New York State Conference of Mayors moved in 1958, after Mayor Wagner refused to attend. Nevertheless, such is the nature of public scrutiny, that Sen. Kennedy's brother-in-law found the spotlight too bright on him last week and raced to less well-illuminated, more tranguil and incidentally non-discriminatory guarters instead. In the facp of all the international difficulties today, including those we are sufferina in Viet Nam and in our relationships with our allies in Europe, it was good to note the Pacem in Terris sessions held in New York in &f he spirit of the late Pope John XXIII. The sessions, attended bv leaders throughout the world, last week had the good fortune to hear Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban. Mr. Eban, in his usually mellifluous prose, suggested that the heads of all sovereign spates gather for a week's super-summit meeting to reevaluate the prospects for peace opened by man's newest achievements in science and technology. The Deputy Prime Minister was greeted with a standing ovation — and no wonder. Apart from his manner of speech, Mr. Eban was literally asking the Pacem in Terris conference to turn the tide of man's inhumanity &f o man toward more beneficent expressions of progress. But Mr. Eban, both an intellectual and a politician, is a rare figure in the circle of world diplomacy. When respect for the capabilities of man's mind for its own sake becomes less than unusual, the spirit of Pacem in Terris may yet triumph. the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN m Not All Working Hard The Germans may be working hard to forget their Nazi past — at least German officialdom. But police continued a hunt this week for vandals who smeared the words, "Jews Go Away," and swastikas on the doors of the office of the West Berlin Social Democratic chairman. It should be easy to remember that not all Germans are working hard to forget. % HE GERMAN stake Middle East is h. during the week y*~ scientists at work in arc providing techni for Bonn that would i bo unavailable to hi the terms of the l!4i ditional surrender, some ways is this ren of the Spanish Civil where both the Russians and the Germans tried their wings actual combat. The situation is. of course, particularly sad Nasser becomes an automatic beneficiary of German Kiel search, which in turn will undoubtedly be used in the next thi round against Israel. The Germans argue that, although they recognize the their activity is merely coincidental to the ultimate fate • Besides, they add, they have no control over the desire ol German citizens to travel abroad and to engage in whal deavor suits their fancy. This is patent nonsense. One ma> imagine how Bonn would react if the scientists decided to research in Moscow. In addition, the Federal Republic. Ilk nation, has the power to deny applications for passport t< who. in their view, may bring harm to the government .. quencc of their movements abroad. Ana, alter all is %  •aid ami done. Germany can also poii of her scientists in Israel, an embarrassing parallel which Israelis to replj that these scientists are merely doing search al the Wci/mann Institute, an explanation thai to be desired ii one is to be entirely honest about it i the it tary, %  "man %  i neon:• in '••cent War, '••cause %  %  c IP. itenod %  mger, :-rael r en• i TURGID MASONING TOWARD UARIflCATION %  NEVERTHELESS, THE BONN commitment in the Mid %  vast — one going far beyond the quest for foreign marKi • For. lrom the days of the Marshall Plan on down, "havi seem to be pouring their funds into underdeveloped count n Israel, herself, sees her role as a "have" nation in terms Ol emerging African republics, why not West German) in the East.' The extent of Bonn's commitment may he gauged bj thi mission of the Spanish Marquess de Ncrva, who went to o to mediate between the Federal Kepuohc and Gamal Abael ^ %  > Despite the destined failure of the mission, the German nev "Die Welt." published in Hamburg, explained on Feb. 10: "II liten overlooked that Bonn has good relations with Spain which %  supporting German reunification in the UN and refuses any reci of the Soviet Zone regime." I find it perfectly understandable that Bonn would loot indly upon any regime which, in turn, spurns East Germany rhis. laei. has been the substance of the Bonn-Cairo rift, particula i the Nasser invitation to Walter I'lbricht for a state \isit. But GTitian political and philosophical reasoning, often noted for its ti iidity, reaches a high point in "Die Welt." which praises Spanish el 5 al the UN in behalf of reunification, especially when Spain is not ber of the world peace organization. "Die Welt" goes a step further: "In addition. Spain is wi -nled for this role as it does not have any diplomatic relations with rael." In the name of decency, one may here deduce a deliberatof malice; except that the presence of German scientists al "k in Egypt finally does emerge to make putresccnt the innocent mis posmon. a feeling that "Die Welt." itself, apparently can n ike. for additional and clearly unrelated editorializing is append* the story to make it seem all the more credible. THE FACTS SEEN IN TERMS OF MONET COR EXAMPLE, THIS statement, which proves nothil %  1952. Gen. Franco was doing his best to achieve go with the Arab countries. At the same time. Mr. Artajo. thi minister, and Gen. Franco's daughter, accompanied by a si nation, traveled through several Islamitic countries for thi after the 'reconquista.' These visits were followed by N present foreign minister, Mr CastUlio, and the attempted in the Suez conflict in 1956, the intervention in favor of !' % %  SUlate affairs, and finally the meeting between Gen I i President Nasser at the Madrid airport Barajas in Septembel If this says little about Bonn's slake in the Middle Easl a story in "Der Tagesspiegel" i f Feb. 7. published m Berlin tells it all. There, one learns that the Ministry for E< operation of the Federal Republic has made available somi lion Marks to Nasser's Egypt While the Arab leader has ing East against West, Bonn allocated 46.2 million Markelectric transformer stations in Lower Egypt. The power Damanhour and Assiout are being extended at a cost ol million Marks, respectively In addition, the Federal Republic of West Germany has 20 million Marks to increase Nasser's river fleet, including struction of 26 motor cargo vessels, 20 lighters and a numbei I harbor installations. Other Bonn projects on the books includ > dr >' dock at Alexandria (15 million Marks), bridges over the Ni lay. Quena. Edfou and Cairo (37.1 million Marks), and di of new land for some 60.000 Nubians who have to be resi cause of the Aswan Dam construction (16.25 million Marks THE BITTER 1ESS0N OF DUPLICITY THESE ARE MERELY West German Government proje. German enterprise in Egypt is even more staggering, with Tagesspiegel" guessing that "a number of commercial banks hae granted Egypt short term credits amounting to 150 million Marts. while "German firms have participated to the extent of 300.000 Mar in a company founded to develop the Egyptian tourist trade Aow the newspaper coyly: "Egypt would like to obtain a credit of %  ; lion Marks from the Federal Government for the building o( One can go on and on. But these statistics seem suin. indicate the scope of West German activity in Egypt, her S ener stake in the Middle East, and hence the extent of the trauma ttf* 1 enced in Bonn as a consequence of the Ulbricht visit. And what of Israel? I recall standing at the United Nu, "; '\ .' peditionary Force gate in the Gaza Strip one hot afternoon. looK '"f into Egyptian fields where farmers, with their antiquated impl< listlessly worked the land. The peace, much firmer then, tenuous enough Today, the atmosphere there is more

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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;| sense ol anguish anil
appointment over re-
ii Bonn anil Cairo that
..rin.in Government has
,, terminate m.ilitary as
It had been extending to
accordance with Ger
lear commitments.
parenl that the Bonn re-
irrendered to President
blackmail threat to rec-
. -i Germany, in so doing,
rman Government aban
rat e burden it carries
[e and liberty of tbo.se
ho managed to outlive
and for the country of Is
h was established to give
en.
..ccisicn by West Germany
.tes a breach of interna-
morality which can not
have ever widening con-
. Reports from Cairo
indicate that the Egyp-
t c'ator has been encour-
t i Germany's capitula-
ersifv the blackmail
increase his belligerency
Israel. Thus, Germany's
has endangered Israel's
. ind liS ;eopa:dized the
ba'arcs that alone has
d Arab aggression in the
East.
il help but contrast
ignoble alacrity in ac
Nasser's dictates with
in-city m resisting demands
Iree world for the with
German scientists from
pin, weapons of de-
for Egypt's war machine.
disturbed by Germany's
tponsiveness to the compul-
ilackmail and her indiffer-
the dictates of morality,
re aware of the political
threat- Nasser ha.- applied to in-
duce Germany in abandon I rael
at this hour. But it is exactly this
displacement oi morality bj di
plomacy this yielding of i in
ciple tu pressure that condemns
the West German nation in th"
eyes (it those who believe that the
German people Owe a special and
,.s yet unredeemed obligation to
history and to the survivors of the
Nazi holocaust.
We have written to Secretary ol
State Dean Busk and talked to 1):
Karl Heinrich Knappstein, of the
German Embassy, urging those ele
incuts in Germany which have
striven for a genuine moral rebirth
of their country to reconsiner and
reject a dishonorable course which
is consonant neither with Ger-
many's professed new moral pos-
ture nor with, indeed, her own
lor:- range interests.
If enough of us make our po-
sition clear, both to the Ger-
man Embassy and to Secretary
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many s submission to blackmail
does not constitute a foreign pol-
icy, then, hcpefully, another
tragic lesson may not have to be
lcarr.?cl either at the expense of
Israel or at the expense of world
peace.
It is not too late lor West Ger-
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thai he can not catapult the Middle
Bast cr the lest of the world
into another holocaust.
RABBI LEON KRONISH, President
American Jewish Congress.
cial and other aid to Nasser, ruler
of Egypt and avowed enemy of
Israel. This action followed Nas-
ser's scornful explosion that the
U.S. coukl. in effect, jump in the
as he could get ample assist-
ance from other nations
Then, according to newspaper
reports. President Johnson enlisted
tiie support of Vice President
Humphrey, supposedly because he
was a friend ol the Jews, to help
get the Senate to knock out the
cancellation of aid to Nasser. And
this was done.
Why, then, should our Jewish
community specially honor the
man who was reportedly instru-
mental in removing the cancella-
tion of our aid to Egypt, a nation
at war with Israel.' Ol coursi
this action somehow helped the
U.S. m iis fl ,. ainst Commun-
ism, this would be understandable
and proper But I cannot undei
stand how humbly giving more
money and supplies to a ruler who
publicly insults tin' is. can do
other than lower our image and
iiiiiiience in tile world.
ROBERT H. THRONE
Ccral Gables
Sky Lake Plans Heart Night
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Vice President Humphrey, whom
I respect and admire, has been
honored by the local Jewish com
miiiity. and I am puzzled. Whj '
Recently the U.S. House of Rep-
esentativt ~ voted to cancel tinan-
Social evening, including guest
stars, buffet, dancing and prizes,
will feature the first annual Sky
Lake Heart Night, to be held by
the Sky Lake Community for the
benefit of the Heart Fund.
More than 500 are expected to
attend the e v e n t on Saturday,
starting 8:30 p.m.. at the new Of-
fice of the Heart Association oi
Greater Miami. 5080 Biscayne Blvd.
Honorary chairmen for the at
fair are Mayor and Mrs. Arthur
Snyder and Ralph Reniek and of-
ficers and members of the new
Sky Lake Heart Chapter.
Members of the Planning Com-
mittee for Sky Lake Heart Night
are Mr. and Mrs. S. Morton Koen
igsberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stern.
Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Fogel, and
Mr. and Mrs, Robert II. W'ollman.
Art Freeman and his orchestra
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,... March 5. 1965 +Jmlsi> fhridliar Paqe 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bon n-Ca iro Tie A ngu ish ing EDi" pi %  %  1%  l: \ i liu i i Jew raol Ihei T( %  :•• (., SCO.: ,1 if. • llCP and sec:. • I W. H-,i.:-. (•no v.. The Jewish Floridian: ;| sense ol anguish anil appointment over reii Bonn anil Cairo that ..rin.in Government has •,, terminate m.ilitary as It had been extending to accordance with Ger lear commitments. parenl that the Bonn reirrendered to President blackmail threat to rec. -i Germany, in so doing, rman Government aban rat e burden it carries [e and liberty of tbo.se ho managed to outlive — and for the country of Is h was established to give en. ..ccisicn by West Germany .tes a breach of internamorality which can not • have ever widening con. Reports from Cairo indicate that the Egypt c'ator has been encourt i Germany's capitula%  ersifv the blackmail increase his belligerency • Israel. Thus, Germany's has endangered Israel's ind li£S ;eopa:dized the • ba'arcs that alone has d Arab aggression in the • East. il help but contrast • ignoble alacrity in ac Nasser's dictates with in-city m resisting demands Iree world for the with German scientists from pin, weapons of defor Egypt's war machine. • disturbed by Germany's tponsiveness to the compulilackmail and her indifferthe dictates of morality, re aware of the political threatNasser ha.applied to induce Germany in abandon I rael at this hour. But it is exactly this displacement oi morality bj di plomacy — this yielding of i in ciple tu pressure that condemns the West German nation in th" eyes (it those who believe that the German people Owe a special and ,.s yet unredeemed obligation to history and to the survivors of the Nazi holocaust. We have written to Secretary ol State Dean Busk and talked to 1): Karl Heinrich Knappstein, of the German Embassy, urging those ele incuts in Germany which have striven for a genuine moral rebirth of their country to reconsiner and reject a dishonorable course which is consonant neither with Germany's professed new moral posture nor with, indeed, her own lor:range interests. If enough of us make our position clear, both to the German Embassy and to Secretary A Progressive Bank INVITES YOU... v cu're probably used to your Okl bank but Jefferson National It no longer a newcomer our succest hat been phenomenal and many of your tricndt and neighbor! are now moil enthusiastic clients because they like the friendly, personal treatment they de>> from iheir bank. 'oil enjoy full commercial bank services Our Installment loan Department offers the lowest rate in Dade on installr 'nt loant III windows open 8 AM. 4PM Banking hours, 9:20 to 2 P M Enjoy the friendliness and • ighborllneti at Jefferson T JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK W MIAMI BKACH "e ft 30141ft| STDCCT lAMIi.i Godlrt, o. i at p,„,i„, Dtnel "'"•'* '"• 'rinitintnr -o..,„, w CoawoearSSSJ HEARING AIDS WHILE YOU WAIT %  oftertei end Melds wpenal Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1 DM JUMS THAWS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky maHSr& ISL ma of State Rusk, that West Germany s submission to blackmail does not constitute a foreign policy, then, hcpefully, another tragic lesson may not have to be lcarr.?cl either at the expense of Israel or at the expense of world peace. It is not too late lor West Germany to pfUJlke clear to the amliitn aaggressive dictator of Egypt thai he can not catapult the Middle Bast — cr the lest of the world — into another holocaust. RABBI LEON KRONISH, President American Jewish Congress. cial and other aid to Nasser, ruler of Egypt and avowed enemy of Israel. This action followed Nasser's scornful explosion that the U.S. coukl. in effect, jump in the as he could get ample assistance from other nations Then, according to newspaper reports. President Johnson enlisted tiie support of Vice President Humphrey, supposedly because he was a friend ol the Jews, to help get the Senate to knock out the cancellation of aid to Nasser. And this was done. Why, then, should our Jewish community specially honor the man who was reportedly instrumental in removing the cancellation of our aid to Egypt, a nation at war with Israel.' Ol coursi this action somehow helped the U.S. m iis fl ,. ainst Communism, this would be understandable and proper But I cannot undei stand how humbly giving more money and supplies to a ruler who publicly insults tin' is. can do other than lower our image and iiiiiiience in tile world. ROBERT H. THRONE Ccral Gables Sky Lake Plans Heart Night EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Vice President Humphrey, whom I respect and admire, has been honored by the local Jewish com miiiity. and I am puzzled. Whj Recently the U.S. House of Repesentativt ~ voted to cancel tinanSocial evening, including guest stars, buffet, dancing and prizes, will feature the first annual Sky Lake Heart Night, to be held by the Sky Lake Community for the benefit of the Heart Fund. More than 500 are expected to attend the e v e n t on Saturday, starting 8:30 p.m.. at the new Office of the Heart Association oi Greater Miami. 5080 Biscayne Blvd. Honorary chairmen for the at fair are Mayor and Mrs. Arthur Snyder and Ralph Reniek and officers and members of the new Sky Lake Heart Chapter. Members of the Planning Committee for Sky Lake Heart Night are Mr. and Mrs. S. Morton Koen igsberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stern. Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Fogel, and Mr. and Mrs, Robert II. W'ollman. 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Page 6-A *•*#/> ikridtatr Friday. March 5, 196S Lorber Chapter Birthday Fete I/ rber Chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute and HotpHa.. pi .na :7ii -tl % %  >: %  celelrafJoi m in at the Beefite icstoui am A "Mad Hatter"*" luncheon, unlei ihc directi n ol Mrs. An hel Ra< koff, programming vice pr ISI ienl, .!! feature prizes for the no-t original ere i ns II gblijzhl ol the >•' cnl will he hand writing %  < % % %  % %  • % %  • b> vIr :.. %  •• Ltebi I I'.ii ; residents ol the ch will b<> honored goesU. said Sirs i Teller. mi mbershrp vice>rc nl -ill One ol fix South Florida volun ircr chapters, Lorber group rks Amonq leaders of 'he Crystal Hou=e who Dlaved an important part in achieving a 50 rer.snt increase ; n the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal crt the Crystal House CIA cocktail jerrty ere 'eft to right) Jac-^b Lowv. Charles Reskin and Aisiq Brener, Crystal House cochairmen; Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 CJA chairmen; Philip Lustine, Crystal Hou^e co-chairman; and Lou Harris. Crystal House chairman, lohn N. Serbin is chairman of Res-dents. Bonn Cabinet Mav Back Extension Continued from Page 1-A s ek ex1 %  : stal the C | JACOB C. COHEN' COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE i ... .. c. ,h:.i-.!on Avenjj PRESENTS TH£ WORLDS GREATEST LIVING CANTOR i Vr H*.-• id -'-Cab'ri hi h~s I • r~ar1 • • : fti*. i '?.; Dr. BuH Jo — -•' i" "*• ., • T ef •xitt'iig an I ->•. a--' trials c' o %  • • .' ...".. Cl li"M be rr May 1 i %  jg c.i Th-ji-y. i will Jeba'e a 5 II a FALM0DIC SMI WAR OF THt AIR CANTOR KOSHE KOUSSEV'TZKY IH A PUKIM COHCtKI Sunday, March 7 oi 8 M Fer C?S£fVT0"$ Coil 534-0271 or 534-1004 Da : Hishovus" For tli? ll'h ContacatKa Ycor Miami Jewry will have the opportunity of learning n pa?i o' the Talmud, trantlated and explained by Rzbbi Pinchas M. Teiti Scholjr pnl Fnno'is Aofhorifv on the Talmud Rabbi i*. Elirabe'h ond D ~n of lTl;ifta of ?J>w J;rsey STATION WEDR-FM W.I or, Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1 30 P.M. to 2 P M. NEW CAR FINANCING ($4'c per $100 for each year) CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI ''U>iru|K.liun Bank I E F!ST AVENUE n 7-T:*. %  %  : < %  ; round to support the sHarg; research proa :, • • NStitUt? .:••'! the free n Asthmatic Childi nrrently the home for n i Adult fencing Class An adult : -nc'ng <:.,Sae yourself money on either new or late model used car purchase — see our Installment Loan Dept, open 'til 3-30. Mon thru Fri. VUmct ''Mia. Rs*re S>ite~, Ftoeial Deooi : insurance Corpo-at*STOR£ FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture laps, Ctitlei .V.Vrors ond teiiltcr nj Oar Sp "VOP 'I <-n will bcain Tues la 10 j m il th • B( ai I V R v R I I lass v i ; %  direction ol ir-rma : ', :•• • o.i.ii fi ncin i insti Lass w 'I i e set up oi :n•;]. belna investigated ->:' thi :• 70.000 Germans tried i". ai • j VII i I %  .. : I t %  %  G %  at evi 0! %  %  | %  : SI ... In I on .: J '.",\ un ..'.O..I ii ,er i e found In the United Nations, Sccretjiy Sanaral U Thant called extensic i 'ccsirable." A mass meef.nj in London warned that failure o exrend the statute would fc.mg a revival of antiSemitism. } >ent ('.-.:-!..' Ma! chel. Murri( disrru I udge, to ash vreel to stud) ..i/ i .ii %  ior new iden< ii 9 ar cr m< The docum ,orr I t\. ih'Ann} in Get ,a.i> and stored in Washington ii response t the West I .,', lor i % %  i\< nee. thiState Dt i tme.il e I thai a '• %  \ man • VI .:-'•: ton L. & 6. GLASS m 136 S W 8th STREET Morris Or/in, founitr Phone PR 1-1363 ?e"?ry Contest Hit' lM*s Hf"*6 < • i • %  line* in lenfth %  will be bj rltic /ivian 1 %  cl FU in!.. Jordan D %  on ichairman ol the PoMrj I ; val of Gn ater Miami e ma> ho son! I .ii 11290 Wesl Baj Harbor Dr.. I y H_rb. r Island FARBAND, POALE ZION, PIONEER WOMEN ana the entire Labor Zionist Movement are proud to announce I LEO MINDUN Executive Ed oi of The Jewish Floiidian •'' fc; thi main speaker at the CotnlKRed Jewish Appeal; United Jewish Appeal Conference MORNING SESSION TOPIC: "Behind the Scene World Jewry Today DiUDO HOTEL Sundry, March 7th Morning Session 10 00 A.M. ADMISSION FREE AFTERNOON CONFERENCE SPEAKERS: Judge I'ving Cypen R*bbi Icon Kiori IIIA Chterhil Home of rV.r-Jh w;tk Fvery Cc*vt'"* ct Ir.c'udinq (levofor, feleviiion, ffc. ,_ SIONEV SIEGEL. Encutlv D.rector ,,. IPormerly *. s t o. eetor o< trie Rrooklyr Hrhrew Home Hotn"' tor the Aged, guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE": Ntm Profit Son Stttaria* % 



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IjTiday. Mdrch 5. 1965 MHMfc NMriPMvf) Page 7-A Argentine Jews Wary of Gov't. Patience Confirmed from Page 1-A Government when they were the apposition, Mr. Manrique s*ater* •hat the Government served now as acccmplices "in the terrorist acts.'' A Gnvcrnmonl thai does nol pro%  eel a?a i si th -go del'nmu its • an accomplice, he explained, Ho r'lH.' od thai if 1'ic iMiHior-l c ••'.•i!lv wanti i iii. they could i the terrorism "insta-itly." He d 'anatln Rica do M ri %  .%  •., %  >•; %  > !••'' thai th* Cow ... < %  •••i: •!>• liquid-tie such neo-Nazi or %  '• %  al •> %  .;iU c Tacuara instead >' • %  %  • "ii 'i \ i iini ,D •• he %  • %  • icio-ij ivordiiiq ol .1 %  %  "' >• Ar - SUP r*s rac'sni have be u taken ii '.r^entinn, \ d al I 11 n %  •<• -•' • '"' : i Co* frder it'on of Brazil i'' u i'l-, <':J> Ins An' II in'•' n i !>.... I,. .,, V'/ ; lerro 1st* w as found i laii lamina hea'lfiuartcrs containing inns ind a list HI leading Arge ^ Saving lives-still our Goal Don't look at the dollar figures at the bottom of the page. This year's real United Jewish Appeal goal is to save as many lives as possible. You see it pictured above* I It is the same goal the UJA has had since it was founded twenty-six years ago. p The scene above-the joy that occurs when a newcomer steps into the waiting arms of friends or relatives happens each time an immigrant arrives in Israel. It hat taken place 260JDO0 time* in the last four years alone. TJJA's goal-and we hope yours-is to make it happen many thousand times more in the days and weeks ahead. It can-with your help. Tes, your increased gift can make it possible to bring more immigrants to Israel ....to aid three-quarters of a million people throughout the world ... and to save lives. Give a greatly increased gift. Today. Underwrite Jewish Survival All Over the. World United Jewish Appeal $7l.ooo,ooo Regular Campaign and $38,400,000 Special Fund IK 1116, UJA MUST GIVE LIFESAVING AID TO 7,1,1ft IN MAR-Help immigrants-new and old. •tv* newcomeri initial aid ... and housing,, Abaetb immigrants of previous years including e Aged and handicapped immigrants yearninf for renewed ueefulneea. • Young people in need of training. e Farmere struggling for economic freedom. > • Unskilled newcomer* in development town* IN fUROK, OTHER LANDS-Surfam those in need. %  Wp with food, shelter, medical care, econoaaio assistance and training for young and old. AeaM those who can emigrate to free land* \ IN USA-Aid and resettle newcomers arriving hero* PARTNERS IN SAVING LIVES < .I\ and 1*1 A 1317 Biscayne Boulevard FR 3-0411 *iaal*lUHITU)ltAttAmAL-JDWSHAC£m^FMI6AAa.lHa • JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMiTTEE imMmg OUT) • MEW YORK ASSOCIATION fOfiHEw AMERICANS • UNITED HIAS SERVlCt



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Page 8-A Jen!** noridNan Friday, March S, 1965 Johnson Attends Frankfurter Rites Continued from Page 1-A Justice's wish not to be formally .lifted with Judaism as a religious creed. Prof. Paul Freund offered a moving eulogj Justice Frankfurter died earlier last week of a heart illness, the disease which caused his retirement from the Supreme Court in 1962. He was 82. The President, in paying tribute, said he was "grieved to learn of the passing of my friend. Justice Frankfurter, who did so much to preserve freedom through wise interpretation of the law. He was one of the great figures of legal history, a man who made many contributions to good government and who will be sorely missed." Other tributes were voiced by Chief Justice Earl Warren, other members of the Supreme Court, leaders of both houses of Congress, and Zionist and other Jewish leaders in this country and abroad. The son of a poor Jewish immigrant who descended Irom six gen. orations of rabbis and scholars, young Felix grew up on the Lower East Side, of New York While attending public school, he helped the family by selling newspapers and doing odd jobs. He later graduated with honors Irom City College of New York at 19. and worked as a clerk for the New York Tene ment House Commission, saving his income to be able to enroll in the Harvard Law School, from which he graduated in 1906 as an honor student and editor of the Law Review. In 1914. he was appointed a member ol the faculty of the Harvard Law School on the recommendation of Louis D. Brandeis. then an eminent attorney and later an Associate Justice of t h e Supreme Court. Frankfurters record as a i legal genius and later as a great teacher, attracted the attention of President Taft and later of President Wilson. He was sent on important missions abroad by Wili son's Secretary of State Robert Lansing. When the Versailles Peace Conference was held in 1913. Frank-i (urter was the legal adviser to the Zionist delegation there. He engaged In correspondence with Emir Feisal, who headed the Arab delegation ai that conference and later became ihe king of Iraq. This resulted in the writing By Feisal of an important letter to Frankfurter, on March 3. 1919. which became an historic document. The Arab I uler said in his letter to Mr Frankfurter: "We Arabs, especially the educated amors us, look with the deepest sympathy on the Zionist movement. Our deputation here in Paris is fully acquainted with the piopcsals submitted by the Zionist Orri nization to the Peace Conference, and we regard them as moderate and pioper. We will do our best, in so far as we are concerned, to help them through: we will wish the Jews a most hearty welcome home. "With the chiefs of your movement, especially with Dr. Weitinann. we have had and continue Id have the closest relations. He has been a great helper of our cause, and I hope ihe Arabs may oon be in a position to make the Jews some return for their kindness We are working togel „ a reformed and revivi d V .. and cur two movements omplet une another. The Jewish n 'vement I is national and not imperialist, oui movement is national and DCH imperialist. and there is oom m Syria tor ua both indeed [ think that neither can he a i without the other." For nearly 45 yeai s. th< luthenlicity of that statement Emir Feisal was disputed by Arab leaders. Two months ago, thi of that Feisal letter to Frankfurter was discovered in th.files of the Jewish Agency office.-. London. Frankfurter had been witji the Brandeis Mack leadership inside the Zionist Organization ol \meij. ca. although he resigned from that group later when he disagreed with some of the Brandeis-Mack policiet Torah Vodaath Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, of 1475 Collins Ave.. will be guests of honor at the annual dinner given by Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesivta on Sunday evening. 5:30 p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel. Rosen is a founder of the Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach, and is widely known for his active support of Jewish education in the I'nited States. More than 300 people are expected to attend the function. Chairman of the affair is Milton Kahn. and associate chairmen are 1-ouis Merwitzer and Herman Kisenberg Co-chairmen are Rabbi Abraham Weinschncider. Samuel Reinhard. Sam Kalb. Max Kaplan. Morris Fogel, Bernard A. Frank. Rev. Jacob D. Katz. Isidore Goldberg. Emil Mosccwitz. Rev. I Krantz. .' Miller, Dr. Irvin Makovsky. Phillip Weiss. Rabbi Harry Zaretsky. Jack and l-ouis Ciment, and Rabbi A. J. Safra. According to Rabbi Pinchas Briskman. director of activities for Torah Vodaath. located in Brooklyn. NY., the Theological Seminary has become "one of the world's foremost seats of Jewish learning Rabbi Briskman said that classes range from elementary to graduate school levels. Torah Vodaath also maintains a special Judaic research center in Spring Valley. NY., where advanced scholars may devote themselves exclusively to Jewish learn, ing. Its present registration of more than 2.000 students includes many from Central and South America. Stuzin Named To Committee Of Loan League David Stuzin, president of Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Association of Hialeah. has been ap pointed to Uie inited States Saringa and Loan League's 1965 In.estments and Mortgage Lending Committee. Appointment is announced by g et „ J 0V Masquerade John W Stadtler. of Washington. D.C.. president of the U. S. League. 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iday. March 5. 1965 +Jmisti ncridfon Patr 9-A larriman Talks Hush -Hush IjFRI SALEM (JTA) Ln, tar) of State W. Aver, ii [lev I1 Israel tor talks [jtii iop officials on the recent upal in [sraeli-Wcst German re Bions I iched off by Weal Ger any's cancellation of its arms liveries to the J wish State. iBoth \lx. Harriman and the Israeli officials maintained a tiyht lid oi secrecy on the talks but diplomatic sources discounted reports hat Harriman's mission was to act as a mediator In the Bonn-Jerusaem crisis. Kcferring to a report about United Stale"good offici purportedly emanating from State Department quarters, the sources said they were not aware of any such intentions in tie state Department Reports persisted that the Israelis pressed for some arrangement under which the United States would make up for the estimated S15.0OO.00O in arms which Bonn cancelled urder pressure from Egypt. Mr. Harriman said he was pleased to he in Israel again — he visited Israel in 1955, when he was New York Governor — and de clared he would like to sec at first hand the progress made in Israel since the 1955 visit. •There was profound respect in the United States for the accomplishments of the people of Israel." he stated. Mr. Harriman told the Israelis thai THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NHDS JOB ITS THRIFT SHOP AH rovr furniture, Clorhlne, tiaent, Dishes, Drapes, ftc. PIEASE CAlt US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 100 COPIES-$2 IPHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of LFTTERS BULLETINS i Reproduced on LISTS / Bond Paocr REPORTS [ WH 11 Y0U WAIT CONTRACTS C ,B t Carry Sprvinc Miami Since 19 5 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2U8 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work byExperienced Men" these were "trying limes" In the WOI ki and that the Middle East was not excluded from that. He expressed hope for cooperation with the Israel Government "Now as in i he past tfr. Harriman's visit was pre ceded by repeated statements in Washington that he had no authorzation to offer Israel arms to replace those cut olf by West Germany. Whether Cairo was on the list I capitals Air. Harriman planned 10 \isit before returning to the United states was not disclosed. Secretary of State Dean Husk told a press conference in Washington this week that it was the policy nf the United States not to be active in supplying arms to Israel, be cause this country uses its influence in attempts to "put a ceiling" en arms race in that area. Mr. Rusk declined to answer a question as to whether the United States would undertake to supply the arm which Israel lost because of the West German cancelation of its contract. Explaining the reasons of the United States not involving itself directly as a supplier of arms to Israel, Mr. Rusk said this country is interested in a reasonable balance of armed forces in the near East. Western Europe is the primary supplier for Israel, he saiat.He stressed that the United States tried not to be actively imrolved in furnishing arms to Israot, although there had beer, some exceptions in the past. The Secretary alo said the United States lias not looked with favor on the reception accorded East German Communist leader Walter L'l bricht by Egypt, because the United States considers Bonn the responsible German Government and the-U.S.A. does not favor any treatment of East Germany that enhances I lie position of the Communist regime to undermine Bonn. Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban of Israel said alter a 45-minute meeting with Undersecretary of State George Ball that a general conversation took place on matters of mutual interest. He declined to elaborate, stating it was a courtesy call. He would also not respond to questions on the visit of special envoy W. Averell Harriman to Israel. He was accompanpanied by Ambassador Avraham Harman. Surfside Marks 'Canada Week 1 A week-long festival elimaxeci I>v a parade Saturday, is being marked by the Town of Surfside in a Salute to Canada Week," eagnssing the Town's appreciation for the thousands of tourists who visit the area every year from Canada. The new Canadian Maple Leaf Flag is Hying over the Community Center all week, and all residents and commercial establishmentof Surfside have been urged to cooperate in the program. Details of the schedule have been finalized by Francis llolzheimer, director of activities for Surfside, and his assistant, Gloria Miller, working under the supervision "I Mayor Lee Howard and Town Manager Frederick M. Bowen. Jr. Officiating at the parade with Mayor Howard will be Hon. Joseph G. Bisson, consulate general of Canada, and Mary Loo Karrell. Miss Dominion of Canada. Other participants will include Bobbt Johnson. Miss U.S.A.: Gloria White Miss Surfside-Canada; Col John E. Connor, group commander of Homestead Air Force Base; local, state and national officials. MIIT0H SIRKIN teach Bark [leevs Sirkin I Real estate investor Milton SirIn has been elected to the Board Directors "I the Miami Beach Srsi National Bank Morn in Ma con. Ga Sirkin has ben ;i Miami Beach resident since y.W lie is a member of the Miini Beach Zoning Board, vice resident of the Miami Beach Kianis Club, president of Temple %  nanu-El Men's Club, and a mempr o| the Miami Beach Chamber Commerce Board oi Governors. Ille also serves on the Board oi Irectir.ol the Miami Beach Taxfvers Lssocialion, Dade Count} ptter Business Bureau. Miami pach Ch c l-cagae, Greater Mi mi Jewish Federation, and the b' • %  •' %  nl Council of Miami pach. lb' ;IIII! Ins wife, Miriam, an acP"%  vie worker, live at 2024 No. Itoad The> have two married tins. Joshua, a Miami attorney. nd Richard, who is associated nli thi Knight newspaper chain Charlotte, N.C. Somebody finally topped National Airlines (A competitor recently raised fares. National refuses to go along.) Flying to New Orleans, Mobile, Orlando, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Sarasota/Bradenton, West Palm Beach, Charleston or Richmond? 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Page 10A ===== -Jewisti fkrf/i t/ Friday. March 5, 1965 Judge Cypen Reelected to Sixth Term As President of Home for the Aged Officers and execu' ; ves of the Jewish Home of the Aged elected at a board meetinq Sunday aie seated (left to right) Mrs. Sol Silverman, corresponding -?cretary; Judge Irving Cypen, president; and Mrs. Lawrence Silverman recording secretary. Standinq (lef! to right) are Maurice Pearlstein, executive director S'Tnley M. Beckrrman. treasurer; Louis Bresler, vice president; Sam Resnick. financial secretary; Mrs. Gladys Israel, president. Junior Auxiliary; and Arthur Kalish, assistant director. Not shown are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder; Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary president; Col. Jacob M. Arvey, David B. Fleeman, Earon de Hirsch Meyer and Jock Popick, vice presidents. Restore Balance, Bonn Asked VORK \ > : nsoi Iratioi %  > mcc" i i i erios tu 1 %  • : %  at ; fen :. or Jew p i %  .. i ;<•. In Jew i-i: 11 r j • io l< d i bj 1'r Joachim Pri %  me ntere u %  Hi there \v a* unanin •r. among the Je\ i o gar. ations th it the Bonn regim< • action m cutting "it military a\ plies l Israel constituted a grave I I ] "We shall urge the United States to use its gooc* offices to persuade West Germany to remain faithful to its commitmenfs and to res.st Eivprian threats motivated by a pjblicly declared ntriio' to destroy Israel," he declared. "Neither as Americans nor as Jews do we intend to remain silent witnesse-t to the un•c din • of he i event ricai • li | manhol< caust and for \ safetj mam must feel forever reap ble "We hope the German government harbors no illusion that it has al ready provided sufficient proit of a new moral po.-ture. This would he a tragic misreading ol (ierman responsibility after World War II A leader of Chancellor Lurlwic, Erhard's Christian Democratic Party meanwhile said that the Har riman mission to help West Germany resolve its difficiflrtes with Israel has had a good effect on I'.I',though the I'M ted es ha> fail I to I sponsi I I i" the %  a of I pa it essmen's authori' %  I in im n ill succeed Israel to aeon "i <\ rman '.' %  • %  ced hope an will manage t" • lrael t ee to a substitute West Germany will sever all economic aid *o ?gyot because of the reception accorded by President Nasser, of Egypt, to the E.-st Germa.i leader, Walter Ulbricht, a spik-^man for Chancellor Ludwig Erhard officially announoed, The spokesman informed a news conference the Cabinet voted to carry out the action terminating the current aid programs. In W n Reiner Barsel, floor I the Christian Dem nion in the West German liscussed German relations with Israel and Egypt in a meeting with President Johnson at Lhe white House. Alter the 45-minute discussion, Mr Barzel told newsmen thai suspension >>t economic aid would not be the inly response to Cairo's hospitalit; to Bast German leader Walter L'lbricht. "Meanwhile," he said "we an interested iii clearing I our somewhat beclouded relaI'on.i with Israel, because of our • ward that country.'' Former Circuit Jud"c Irvine Cypen as reelected president of the Jewish Home for the Aged lor a sixth term by the Board of Directors on Sunday. Reelected also were Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Louis Bre-lcr. David B. Fleeman and Baron de lUrsch Meyer, vice presidents; Stanle;. M Beckerman, treasurer; Sam Ri nick, financial secretary; Mrs. S.il Silver y an. ^ c oixflg goading si crc tary; anaalrs Lawrence Silver man, recording secretary Judge Harold B. Spaet remains honorary president, and Jack Popick was elected to a vice presidency to fill a vacancy in that office. On Sunday. Mar. 28. a dinner for board members, their families and special guests will be held in the Home's dining room to install the officers and honor the Hollywood Jewish community with which the Home has had a cooperative relationship for ten years. In accepting reelection. Judge Cypen declared 1965 "as a year ol special dedication and celebration because "i th< Home's 20th anniversarj and 15 year al Dou a Gardens." A special %  nunittec is being i p •)• mtid to plan a scri il pecia events for next year in addition Judge Cypen said thai a top pri. o.ity lor 1965-66 ••will be velopment of a "I Im print >> foinl committei ol • s t a to thart the directions anti soa'u tluougb 1970 when the Home vrill celebrate its 25th at rsj its 20th year at Doucias (',.. The Home is a | ,,,.(„.<. ary agency ol rht Gn ater •• ami Jewish Federation rari the Kuntl Officers' BTffi Ntaru niq. hers ol the Hnim fives and olay leading roh s n I uth zations, Zionist Stated At Oneg Shabbat Jacob Fishman. Zionist le.,rir of Greater Miami, will hi^'hli;ht th Oneg ?habbat given bj th.David Pinski Folk School on Fr>':,\ p.m.. at the Ptrband Center, M2 Washington Awe. f 'simian is known foi ..m! Yiddish interpret songs, (>:• the sam" pn al P rsonalities. • .. in. and the i will be rei .i an TPaM".i*' ESPIONAGE is a si A v x i: T B: K st A r K 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "rVHf THt STARS AND MAVtN JOIN YOUR MSTIViTIH" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DICOIUTfD Sfi \ltlJ4>ll E IBAB.IJtOOVi SEATING UP TC 300 ic WEDDINGS CONFIRV-/ ONS + BANQUETS RECr : LUNCHEONS MEETINGS < A If: III M. Strictly Kosher Fac':li'i*i Available Under Supervision of RABBI TiCOR. H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Caterii ci Manager, FR 9-3792 Syrian Jew Under Fire As Agent for Israel KEW YOl %  .: %  %  n has 1 if vvi' the New eported t I li c pa h, w hich stated thai the trial in Damascus inducted secretlj and las n"t been reported in the Syr: an press. Cohen is a wealthy Syrian Jew who had left his country 'or Israel. alle'.'cdiv obtained training in espionage from ttie Israeli intelligence, then went to Egypt, and finaih reimmigrated to Syria, where he became one of the financial backers of the Baath Party. lie was presumably arrested recently when 'he accompanied Gen. Ali Ali Amer. the Egyptian chief • %  it of the 1 to I %  "spy" bj Egypti in inti II Previously, acci rdii the dispatch, he had accom] Syria's former Premier Salah el Bitar on a trip to Jordan. !!• was reportedly trusted so fully by the Baath leaders in Syria that somi of the members of the mitit.ti> court now trying him had been among his close associate*. 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Fridc>. March 5, 1965 ^JmtstiiBorHlari Pacre 11-A try 6** Sorf 125 Mercantile Industry leaders met for their annual Cor:;ned Jewish Appeal luncheon at he Dupont Plaza on Fer 15 and pledged a 34 percent increase in behalf of the 196: Combined Jewish Appeal. William S. Ruben and Joseph E. B::oks served as luncheon co-chairmen. Hiahliah' of the after oon was the presentation of the first Harold B. Bosworth Me:: :rial Award sponsored by the Mercantile Division and the Trreatei Miami Jewish Federation in honor of the late vice president of Jordan Marsh. John N. Serbin, communal and :y leader, was the first recipient. Shown (left to riqht) -erbin receiving the award from Robert Macht, president ;n Marsh, while Mrs. Harold B. Bosworth ana her two Martin 20, and Bradford 12, look on. Dr Russm WiU He MD Group i i \ i Vli.imi Hi a %  !>.'. is.on i i i v Pr Irvii %  %  : %  ') • tal ; .i long i i ombi l" I 1 high I I ational iii' leach physicians, di partmi at Mt hospital on Sun DR. IfSTEff M1SSIN with the fine coysicians attending uroatly expanding support ol Fed >ho\ved." Or. Russin eration and Combined Jewish Ap• this lime when our compeal, the cornerstone of our agendical needs, and its c> ni fork, is imperative." he exmd \ elfare needs arc plained, Lapidus Hosts CJA Affair it I |: i-:. ti rii• II ll Lapidus, chairman of struct ion Division of Comewish Appeal, has invited r of leaders of the IndusTerrace Towers home at Vve on Tuesday, 8 p.m •ted architect recently re"in ,. visit to Israel, where manj sketches of the nd places there. "1 came away from a most exciting country with the deep appreciation of its courage, energy and determination of its people." Lap.ilus stated. "1 want to share my enthusiasm and personal observation with others in the Construction industry because it shows the vital importance of our annual campaign." the chairman said dff You'll find complete Have that £ facilities to exactly satisfy Business Meeting, M your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade and Special Occasion Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I •t the sk fliers i § CJA Group Sets Brunch Mar. 14 Leaders of the Liquor. Wine and Be*.r Group ol Combined Jewish Appeal will meet for their annual Combined Jewish Appeal Brunch on Sunday. Mar. 14, 10:30 a.m.. at Wcstvicw Country Club, it was announced by Leo A. Chaikin and Jerome \v Halpern, Liquor Group co-chairmen. Chaikin and Dr. Milton .1. Feidel man are co-hosts tor I he event, at unich the guest speaker will he Cerchon Avner, Ambassador to Ssmsni Before his appointment to the Can.'dun Ambassadorship in 1*63, Avner was Minister to Sweden. Prior to that, from 19S8 to lofl, he was head of the American Division of the Israel Mir istry of Foreign Affairs. In addition to Ambassador Av ner, a special representative ol Victor A. Fischel and Co. will take part in the program. Members ol the committee I".the Liquor Wine and Beer Croup, include the following: GUS August, Harry Berney. Marvin Florman, Al Frank. Larry Frank. Jerome Frankcl. Ralph Fric I, Justin Gettis, Sam Cold. Seymour Howard. Also. Marvin Levin, Melvin Lew is, C. Fuller Nail, Stanley Rose. Berl Seliger. Murray Spill. Phil raus, Philip W a I d <• n, Frank Weinberger. Jay Weiss and Jefl Wershil. Generci Services r>ivss§cn Reveals Big increase V goal of $85 %  !, inci PI 1 % %  188 I wish Appeal l he many varie and services in our di\ i ion ha e all banded togetl i to meet this incn oal." thi chairman stated He announced that the follov i i ommunal li ad ei %  • had acce ited tant chairmanships m the Services Division: Arthur D W eiss nd Sheldon Weiss are serving .*> chairman co-chairman, respectively, of the Printing Industry Dri\ e Jerry Herskowitz and Irving Berlin, long-time leaders in the cleaning and laundry field, will serve as co-chairmen of the Cleaners and Laundries Group. Peter Moser will head the Vending Machine industry campaign, and Albert .1. Hirsch will continue as chairman of the Beauty Parlor and Beauty Supply Croup, which he has headed for a number of years Louis Wolfson and Van Myers are co-chairing the Amusement Industry drive. Radio Station Executive Jack I. Sandier will head up the Advertis ing. Radio and Television industry Campaign, assisted by Richard Buchbinder. who will serve as associate chairman. George Talianoff, co-chairman of Trades and Professions Council, called the number of business and industry leaders who have come to the fore in the Services Division, "a truly outstanding oroup "We are proud thai man> lead : %  MI ii bu "'i is< • and hai e lin • ui i %  i 'i • Mr Irving Lehman and General Services Dii,. on Ch irman I: < ing Wexler nr oar 1963 campaign on behall of 41 agencies serving 442.000 opie hi re in Miami .md around the world." Talianoff declared, for Information! HAZ6L ALLISON Catering Oirtclor, JE 1-6061 seeth Si. coiiina Ave. Temple Sinai Sisterhood On Wednesday noon. Temple Sinai Sisterhood will hold a lunch-, eon meeting at the Temple auditorium BUSiltess >o>sion to include nomination of the slate for 1985 1988, will be followed by cards. Leo A. Chaikin and Jerry Halpern, co-chairmen of the Liquor Group, are shown makinq plans for the annual industry brunch on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. The event will take place on Sunday. Mar. 14, at Westview Country Club. Guest speaker will be Gershnn Avner, Israel Ambassador to Canada. ^ 'o? ^ Q *4> -* % 



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Page 12-A 9-Jenist fk>ridliati Friday. March 5. 1965 Urge Upsurge in War on Poverty NKU YOKK-i.iTA)—The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds urged the Federal Government this week to take a major step in the War on Poverty by strengthening the nation's public welfare program Louis Stern and Philip Bernstein, CJFWF president ami executive director respectively, reported, ton a governmental a( visory group their deep concern •with the broad and basic nee I which arc beyond the capacity of voluntary agencies to meet, and which require the resources ol the entire nation, through govern ment." In a statement submitted to the Federal Advisory Council on Public Welfare, a statutory body M I up to advise Congress, Mr stern called for 'substantially improved'" public assistance pi end to restrictive "citizi -hip or residence requirements Mr. Bernstein descri u,„ present level oi incomi lopori as shockingly inadeq n„ aid that "the inadequai < level of payments under tin federally. aided assistance program is itseU a major source of poverty Tag Day for Biscayne Chapter of the American Medical Center was held last Friday in North Miami Beach. Shown (left to righO are Mrs. Adrienne Teigeles, vice president; Mayor Arthur Snyder, of North Miami Beach; Mrs. Bernice Diamond, chairman, and Mrs. Joan Leader, president. Statute of Limitations Battle Launches Anti-Semitic Outbreaks Continued from Page 1-A &f o West German authorities in support of those seeking the prolongation of the prosecution of Nazis. Meanwhile, speaking on behalf ol all Danish parties. Per Kfekkerup. i e Foreign Minister, declared In Parliament in (openhi jen tl al "deep concern" had been ex pn ssed to Wesl Germany over the inaction on extension "i the statute o] limitations effective dale He said that con) den< in Wesl Germany would be weakened if the Ma) B cutoff on prosecution of Nazi criminals was permitted to stand. Earlier a meeting on the issue t(x>k place attended by representatives Of the parties and former war prisoners and members of the anti-Nazi underground move ment. And a mass meeting called to protest Wesl Germany's inaction 00 extension of the statute of lim itations for the prosecution of Nazi war criminals adopted a resolution Monday night warning of the urgent need for such an extension. If no action is taken, the statute will KO into effect next May 8. The resolution said that, if that happerrd. "criminals will escape trial and responsibility for their crimes," and "inevitable consequence must be to encourage a revival of the growth of anti-Semitism and racialism not only in Germany but throughout the world, a gi ievous setback to Germar democracy." Speakers included several mem hei S Of Parliament and Sir Bar nett .tanner, all of whom casti ..led the West German Got ment on the issue. Sir Barner however, was the only speaker who also denounced West Germany for its action two weeks ago in halting armshipments to Israel other speakers attacked West German officialfor reluct., to prosecute Nazis, f: r permittin the existence of a Nazi under ground aiding fellow -Nazis to es capo arrest, the presence of former Nazis in government positions and for tolerating anti Jewish propaganda in right-wing newspapers. WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company 998 5.W. 1st St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 TWIN CITY ULASS CO. MAMJrTKD *l**OtS -CTOtf ftOMTS FMJUTUM TOM ANTIQUE MtttOtS 1 M-SH.VtMNfi 4 usl tun Pietmr* Framing \tn • lMfc Street, Cfcte. Set.rs.ys T.L Mll One good Seacoast Towers deserves another! Elegance. Luxury. Impeccable good taste. Every feature and convenience for gracious oceanfront living... at surprisingly moderate rentals. Beautiful sequel to Seacoast Towers North, most popular Miami Beach rental apartment building of the decade. Designed from foundation to "penthouse to offer a very warm and wonderful way of life. 1 Bedroom, ito Battit from $220 %  1 Bedroom, 1 Baths, (dining room er dtn convtrtibla ta second bedroom) trom $240 %  Da luie Corner 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, trom $340 %  Penthouse Suites available. Private terraces, central air conditioning-heating included ia rent. Guaranteed Occupancy: October, 1965 Foi good living's sake, see Miami Beach's lost beautiful decorator models open daily ••> fi in the F-'<'hition Hall at SeacoastTowers South S101 Collins Avenue...en the oce Miami Beech • Pfcona SC*-7eSl SOUTHWESTERN Life Insurance Co. SALUTES (RAVITT-KAHN Insurance Agency Inc. 335C S. Dixie Highway, Miami Ph. 448-2683 Albert Kohn Daniel Cravirt During 1964 this fine agency, under the leadership of Mr. Kahn and Mr. Cravitt, sold over 3 million dollars of coverage. Southwestern is proud of this accomplishment — and we take off our hats to this outstanding team. SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1492 Flogler St., Miami Phona FR 9-3449



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Friday. March 5. 1965 ^•Jfnist fh>r£afrain Paqe 13-A Arab Group Buys Huge Dade Tract %  Irving Schatzman has been Inamed chairman of Miami Beach Apartment House ownive for the 1965 CornJewish Appeal. Schat-sa long-time leader in Emanu-El and in the Beach Apartment | Owners Association. I the elloit of Beach I its ni support of the 41 I ies of Combined Jewlish Appeal locally, national[ly. and overseas supported [ e annual campaign. 'arochia! School kid to be Aired Bernard s. Mandler, cnairman ot Southeast Region Commission! Law and Social Action of the [ % %  i ,m Jewish Congress, an[ounces that a debate on the cur cm Federal Aid to Education b il will be broadcast over nation WMIE on Sunday at 5 | Participants in the debate will Howard M. Squadron, national I in ni the Commission on \. ;| Sofia 1 Action of American Wish Congress, who opposes fed\:\\ funds [or parochial schools; tol harles Rice, of the Fordam University Law School, who I fed) ral a i d to parochial i -. and Dr. .lohn .1. links, fcisti'iof the St Marks Methodist Ihun h in Manhattan, a former f nt of ihe St. Louis Board tion, who has adopted a piddle of the road position. 'he Commission of Law and SoJial Vetion i> the body in American |e\wsh Congress which takes test as • court and drafts legislator! in enforce legal guarantees equality and Ireedoni; fights li lination based on race, re%  gnm or national origin in em%  oyment, education, housing, imi '"ii and other areas; seeks protect religious liberty and Lengthen the separation of church nd state. Some 15.000 acres of farmland in South Dade County owned by Wil-1 Ham Sottilc, investment farmer, | have been purchased by a Middle | Eastern syndicate of sheiks and Arab hankers, it was revealed in Miami this week. Sottile said that the purchase! price is some $22 million. One of[ the largest transactions in South [ Florida in the last 15 years, it is expected to be completed by Apr. 15. The syndicate is headed by Jamil K. Boullos, chairman of the board of the Investment Bank of Lebanon. The ll-man combine reportedly fears the explosive political situation in the Middle East, and the purchase is expected to stabilize their multimillion-dollar holdings. The other ten members of the syndicate include investors from Lebanon. Kuwait and Saudi-Arabia. Details Of the land sale were announced in Miami Sunday by Sam Garrison, Miami investment counselor and public relations man, and Joseph Stroughan, a representative of Seaboard Continental Corp., of New York. According to Stroughan, his firm was approached by the syndicate about eight months ago. "Essentially, they were looking for American investments to balance and stabilize their holdings elsewhere," he said, commenting on the land deal. "We considered perhaps 60 investment sites in the United States before deciding on this property. Frankly, I think it was the weather that sold them.'" he said. Garrison explained that the syndicate's total investment kitty for South Florida now runs about $35 million. The remaining $13 million will be used to invest in apartment buildings, land, hotels and other interests. Garrison told The Jewish Floridian that Boulos will maintain a home here Six months out of the year. He intends living on Miami Beach. Strong Vet £afe-GiVe$ Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRmSMM Anacin& Rives hours of tontinuou* relief from arthritis' minor pains — •ven such chronic pain arising; from deep in the joints. Anacin also reduces swelling and inflammation. 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Pcqe 14-A • ff-n-i.stfftrldfiar Friday, March 1965 fief ween You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Book Sheds Light on Historic Sinai Campaign 5* HE INSIDE STORY ol Israel's his • %  laric Sinai campaign, and ol the eo animated toglo-Frencli attack on S n tM6, is t; !il in "Crisis," a book bj -renco Robertson, ju.-t pul bj stheneum The author, an english [vho became a Canadian eight yi n (go, dees nol display anj special sj m ithy for Israel, or France or i and. To liini. the real battlefield ..".:]. KTit'Vie United Nations headquarters IB Now York. The real warriors in the Sue? in cuiei.t, he believes ire not the soldiers, bu: the diplomats Ind his hero in this battle is Lester B Pearson, the Canadian statesman who played an important role at the United Nations during the Sues crisis in bringing •ii crisis to an end II was Mr, Pearson who, as Canada's ; ex refers tor External Affairs, conceived and brought it the creation of the United Nations Emergency Force whu'i WJ accepted by both Egypt and Israel and inow as a wall between them m the Gaia area and • -ban" el-Sheik near the Gulf of Akaba. He sees Ul Mr Pearson, who was awarded the Nobel Prise lor peace, the person who, by hiaffiftWe^'Stid"diplomatic eg nations daring the Suez crisis, contributed more than anyone el-e to save the world at that time from a possible world war. Capitol Spotlight: By WHTON FRIEDMAN LBJ Appeased Congress for Nasser Washington H BS a chain reaction Ol appeal ment ol Egypt's Nasser been ignited by the Johnson Admimson's %  s< Be "i Nasser from the wrath ol Congress on the aid • it is new evident fiat the i;. : ... Washington I illy to i h incellor E %  m the recen! Egyp %  > ,,-t.d that Ni • nd si tin • :': sidenl Johnson who %  ml nu ?ur| is 1 Egypt 1 he White H • ... | ti more i • %  %  sm rhe American surrender tal i in even I i Wesl lanj to I nceilation I l '" l-rael Our Film Fftlk: By HERBERT G. LUFT •Sailah* Winner (gPHRAIM KI£HON, %  • .opt U n Glol • from the ll .. pi .\... %  ation ai • ...1 Awards banquet in !-<> %  es early in February The w languagi a raen coated? ol being selected as "Oui standing" foreign tilm. Mr. Topol was named •Most Promising Newcomerot Star of Tomorrow In hi> acceptance speech that was carried by omhined NBC network throughout the IS and canada Mr. Kishon stressed the fact that Israel istill an infant in film-making and has produced hardh more than a dozen top features in her 1. searol statehood. The announcement that "Sal h.h was to be honored with a Golden Globe receiv ed a tremendous round of acclaim from the usuallv rattier blase audience assembled in the Cocoanut Grose of the Hotel Ambassador. Kishon. a sad-faced humorist, who came to Israel only in 1949 from his native Hungary, where bo experienced 'he horrors of Nazi oppression Got man} >ears in the most notorious of German con centration camps, tells me that he spoke no Hebrew when he arrived in the Holy Land and only through intense study became the new country's foremost playwright and man of letterToday, the comedies of Ephraim Kishon are being performed in almost every part of Europe and Broadway: and Hollywood will have a taste of it sooo. At the West Coast. thI'nivers.ty of Judaism plans a stage production ol Kishon'] '1110 License Kishon spent his first year in Israel in a ma" abara. temporary dwelling of Ihe homeless newcomer•Sailah." his current movie, is baed on his own earn experience in such a transit camp The hero of the turned}, however is Quite unlike the rather shy, unassuming pl*ywri*iht. Satiah Shabbali is a robust, flamboyant Oriental Jew who moves about hi new hr-adopted homeland with Ibe air of a king worshiped b* his,, wife and eight children. His adventures, seen lb the author in I hittagly sharp satirised light, are-not all to the liking of the American Jew >*h is kidded inmany ways, but aroused .real enthusiasm in Israel vrfcere the play is running lor several years, and I'm. lion people bought tickets to waleh the aaaankl version. Haim Topol. *"bo ereated Ihe character on the Tel Aviv stage :* an amaung young tbespun capa ble of portra-mg parts of men more than twice his ag< chancellor Erhard of West Germany, noting Hie Washington trend, capitulated to Nasserblackmail Mi Erhard acted on the belief that Germans were more concerned with preventing East German penetration of the Near East ihan in the pie-t rvation of Israel. The irresponsible German role in the Near Eaal inow the subject of world attention But : h e American commitments to preservation ol i ., c and stability in that region are losing mean n the new turn of evi nts The time has come to remind Washington I aeli securit) can not rest lelj upon a changing oynical German) Israel depends on a v .,-. ntees voice. 1 .a elect.on til I on otl uons b> various presidents Some jo. the United States provided Hawk anti.,lt missiles to Israel. • in in recent j. the Stal Depart h is i with avoiding A r a b crii i l rael was urged to seek ita ,ens\e needs fr Wei Germanj Washington urged the Germans to sell Israel used American equipment The >t..:e Department meanwhile encouraged continued Am economic aid to Nasser on grounds that this promoted peace in the Near Fa-t Nassei thus i ngthened, diverted more ot his own lunds to the parch sm of additional uXr modern Soi He -"';' %  i hire m re Gem %  %  nicians \ in I ... ngl n Bonn to Xas*< u kmail nscn he< the State D Na-si \ ihe Near 1 st's "Man on elback iashingtoi ity in G< : tudes .•erlooked The United States I i pur* did not concur in Bonn's cancelation ol German contracts • % %  nh Israel, Nor did America tell Bonn to ratusa to eatend the statute of Limit a lions coveting trial of Nazi war criminals And no Washington official urged Bonn to send German i cket scientists to work in Egyptian military industries The Un i te d Slates, however, in its obsession v th rehabilitating West Germany as the cornerstone of NATO, collaborated in -weeping the Nazi ra under the rug. The fiction of a totally "New Germany" has been written on both -ides ot the Atlantic The reparations agreement brought Bonn %  i'oak of immunity from criticism. Nazis returned to high posts. Nazi industrialists defied decartelization orders The State Department did not want to offend German sensibilities or remind Kurope of Nazi barbarism at a time when Europeans were a-ked to accept a new German army as their .-Meld and protector. He pictures the French Government al thai very strongly pro-Israel, while the ment emerges [r m his look as being anti-N'a • i, u not pro-Israel, although Britain participated .. Israel in the battle intended to overthrow the Nassei n m The person who emerges from Mr. Robertson one vho was far from being a statesman iL'.S eUrtl ol Mate John Foster Dulles. The author quotes naver-l .-ation between Dulles and the French Fore:. Pineau, which throwlight on Dulles' men tality of unriCT^Tnndins of Tertwin aspect's^nT intern;. lairs, especially in the part of the world whei and the Arab nations are located. Mr Roberts to have had access io confidential material pr unpublished and reveals a good part of this mate also held conversation-, with David Ben -(iurn : Meir, Shimon Feres and Abba Eban. as well French leaders who occupied the highest pos the French Government and were responsible : ing Israel in the Sinai campaign. His most int. chapters are those which contain revelations of tails of the "Treaty of Sevres," the treats betwei France and England on how to start the Sinai ca ?aiij This treats was concluded in a villa in Sevres, | £ Robertson reveals in great detail how Ben-Gun tin | in secretly to France for one day to outline Israi poji. lien to the French Premier and Foreign Minijrior | to having the agreement signed. -il ar I Bad [ -clems • HMISI; •I. Ht %  oifla with ini ig hflpj stng te de-1 :-ra f |.. Off th* Record: Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN Education I5il COLUMNISTS ARF SUPF %  •to h is %  :,: n i l roblems Th'>i i real eakness ;t.' ,i pa:t rn Ibi i cros section of s latio %  ral public mi. i. On ":•" %  b ll and itadmitted!) di %  io circumventing what otherwise would Ix .. • • LB nula foi help parochial retools As .• reader sh hi.-" i •: • M fienevei erical mfluei ce has ,f s.ate. Ji %  first victims Pos ll rc> : • tuns is such that reason t arochial s< I ire mental %  • %  i ; %  iks the ation i : ppi and it i u!d coi %  %  %  op< ning the do< % %  %  ••. And set there is merit to the Othei view. • ourse thei i ari : guard..gam-t breaching the wall church and state. The argument that parents ing to educate their children in parochial *( %  must be ready to make sacrilioe ol none) "king to government support is a polont one ml only if such parent.were exempted Iron Iributing through the tax structure to the -• school system. In addition, there can b saying the fact that the parochial school ->-' part and parcel of the American pattern and henc* it mil-! not be ignored by the central govern "' in its general school planning. The mere fact that there are wide As We Were Soyinf: By ROBMT I. SIGAl Bonn Exec Sees Shoe on Other Foot LJARCH MAY PROVE the make-OT %  break month for the West German Government insofar as living up to •gatioq ses to close out all avenue oi escape from legal proceedings tor N'ati war cnmin.ilOD ^lar 10. the Bynde>tag low housjB of P^rhameati at Boen will r sally %  • (Mxigram. subjecting e-a-c-h ununporta-^ akakabaa) to petty questioning instead ol i'really guilty" under the penal I „ to hnoa what (he other nations are doing Io I crime;ommiUed against Germans during the Herr liuiVi icotueniptuoiis also ol loi tempts •. softtrce an ajctension of the Statute %  wuslyi the Mini-tor of Justice is. nel pwtwti !i..-eii tn prgnaued Jewish cenunueitic out the world



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Fridcy. March 5, 1965 +Jew 1st fk rid Ian Page 15-A |ev< ID annual banquet of Temple Ner Tamid nor Isidore Deemar as Man of the Year liid Mrs. Sadie Trosky as Woman of the Year. [hey will be cited for their leadership in the r e's mortgage redemption campaign. Left to right are Solomon Siegel, Murray A. Shaw, president of Ner Tamid, Deemar, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader, and Mrs. Trosky. The function is slated for the Deauville Ho'.el on Mar. 14. Yivo Committee Banquet Slated Sunday; Dr. Gershon Weiner to Speak at Forum Yivo Committee of Greater Miami will hold a banquet on Sunday night at the Seville Hotel. The banquet will highlight the 1965 membership campaign of the organization. Guest speaker will be Dr Israel Steinbaum. educator and secretary of the Great Yiddish Dictionary project. (See Page 1-C). Subject Sunday will be "The Founders and Guiding Spirits of Yivo." Prof Mark Weinreich and t h e recently deceased Leibush Lehrer Yivo was founded in Vilna. Po. land, and moved to New York in 1940 to escape the Nazi holocaust and save its valuable collection of documentary material on Jewish life and culture. t Yivo, it he Yiddish Scientific Institute, today maintains a library of some 300,000 volumes in Yiddish, Hebrew and other languages. At the regular weekly Yivo meeting on Saturday evening ai 842 Washington Ave.. guest speaker will be Dr. Gershon Weiner. proDR. GERSHON WEhNERi i I lessor and dean of N*'.leu ish Teachers Seminary. II i s subject will be "Modern Jewish Approach to the Bible. ., Dr. Weiner is a gradualist the Veshiva University, Touchers College ol Columbia University, and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Harriman Visit May (Mean U.S. Arms to Israel Folk Dance Festival Names Directors Here Continued from Page 1-A rework within which furf, 'erences could be held in t on, with the possible par|i of both Mrs. Meir and c t -es. States i! A as learned lo teel that it is able the Arabs from enIsrael's Jordan | 'but the Israelis be• • %  .• > threat by the Arabs, and their promise of earlj moves toward Jordan River diversion, are in themselves issues that in u s i be hailed in their earlj ages. However, on a wide range <>i oth• r problems pertaining to the MidlaEast, and Israel's constructive r le in the area, there appeared to b< no divergence between the basi thinking of the American and the Israeli Governments, as revealed during the Harriman-Eshkol talks. cal Leaders on JWB Committee 1 111 9 n Sirkm, of Miami \ I Leon Kaplan of Miami, named to the commiting the 50th anniversary \ "I the National Jewish lar Board, it was announced f> York by Mrs. Florence G. resident of JWB. pi VI. Klutznick, Chicago, ner U.S. representative to the and Social Council of the P itions, i serving as chairman of the committee The year long celebration will btgin Apr. 27 to May !. 1966. at the biennial national convention Of JWB in New York and will con elude at JWB's Board of Directors : meeting in Apr.. 1967. JWB w is founded in New York on Apr. 9. 1917. JWB is the National Association ol Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast Regional office of the United Synapogues of America, announces the appointment of Regi and Joe Yanich as the dance coordinators for the second annual Israel Folk Dance Festival spun sored by the Greater Miami i • i led Synagogue Youth < ition Participating in the Festival, which will take place Sati May l. at Temple Menorah, .ill be over 200 members of Greati r I ami United Synagogue Youth tumps from Temple Emanu-El. Temple Menorah. Belli Toiali. Tern pie Zion. Adath VeskOMin, B'nai Raphael, Beth David. 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Presently, she teaches Israel [oik dance at Temple Beth Sholom on Miami Beach Mr. Yanich first learned the Israel folk dai'.ee from Fred Berk, pri sent!} with the 92nd Street YM1IA in New York, lie was a dance specialist at the Brandeis Camp Institute ani dance director at Camp Tevya Herzl Camp, and SEFTY Came Tickets and information for the Israel Dam e Festiv al can b< ob tained from participating synaand • o ii the i niied %  e of Amei 2355 S Ave Coral Gables HIL1 INTERNATIONAL CAMP BOYS GIRLS 5-16 8 WEEKS $565 ho E"i* -l.niud 4 week c-'cilmtnt g\t tbla LET YOUR CHILD SHARE IN OUR CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION Loeati In Livingaton Manor. 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Also 7-Day Israeli FouWDance Workshop by 1 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 Pull-time Winter Address. 1100 Crescent Ave, N.E., Atlanta, Ga 30309 or Call Area Code 404-872-4723 **ArW> I :#: CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A DtfURlNCl HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. OUR 12th SEASON BOYS & GIRLS 3rd 10th GRADES IN THE PICTURESQUE BlUl RIDGE MOUNTAINS $465 8 WEEKS $245 4 WEEKS iSL a. 05 "*. 1 CA *IN ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming InstrucHiiif'S! ~ brwwrtks Not*rt ShMry Con-Oit Etc. Z.SS&* PROGRAM MINCING THE SPIRIT Of ISRAEL TO OUR twTi "a ,ro,,i Folk Dwcinj and Singing Discussion Groups .w • ~ S ,M PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will SftlrW*. <0r lB,ire Seaso "%  r to th,. Many Outstanding Scenic Attractions of the Blue "'ge and Smoky Mountains. 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Page 16-A *,hmist> ncrkUar Friday. March 5. \%\ Israel Tells UN of Jordan Violations ur e J UNITOD NATIONS — (JTA) —. Israel feas filed with the Security! Council a sharp complaint against Jordan, efcarging the Arab Government with serious violations of the I .1,.Man-Israel armistice agreement and with endangering the peace of the area. Israel revealed at the same thne that saboteurs obvious1) being sheltered by Jordan have carried out three separate efforts at terrorism inside Israel in the last two months. The complaint was lodged by Is-: Kupot Holim Luncheon Club Bi-weekl\ Luncheon Club me." ing of the Greater Miami Council of Kupat Holim will be held Toes day noon at the DILido Hotel. RCcording to Jacob R if kin. chairmen of the council. Speaker will be Cap! Leo Gardner general manager of the El Al Israel Airlines office here His topic "ill be "Vital Hole of Tourism in the Kconomy of Israel Lubys Are Honored Guests Mr. sod Mrs. Samuel Lub) Sr., were honored [wests at a luncheon meeting of South Florida Children's Asthma Research institute and Hospital Council of Presidents on Tuesday at the Doral Country Club. Keynote speaker was Arthur B. Lorber. CARIH president Program for the pledge lunch eon U a fashion show presented by Hartleys, of Miami. rael's permanent representative here. Ambassador Michael S. Comay The Israel representative requested that his letter of protest be circulated to all members of the Security Council, but avoided ask ing that the Council convoke any sessions on the issue. According to the letter, an attack very •arly Sunday "morning at Kfer Hass, in Uriel's central araa, about five miles from the Jordanian border, was only one of a series of similar recent efforts. At Kfar Hess, two separate explosions damaged the small farm settlement's silo and blow up part of a bouse where members of the settlement were •sleep. No one was injured. Israeli border patrols and army units traced the tracks of three men back to the Jordanian frontier. On Jan. 7 Mr. Comay reported, a group of armed infiltrators was intercepted by an Israeli patrol near Nechushah. another village, remote from Kfar Hess and less than two miles from ihe Jordanian border. One of the infiltrators was ( wounded and captured, while the others escaped across the frontier. The man caught admitted under interrogation by United Nations military observers that he was a | member of a unit of anti-Israeli gabOturs at work inside Jordan. He had explosives hidden in his j gear when captured. On January 21. Mr. Comay continued, explosives were discovered in itl.'ce at the water dam in the new town of Arad. Both Arad, which is about 12 miles from Jordan >nd ov-|nok 'he Dead Sea. and Nechushah are in the Hebron All these acts and effortt, Mr Comay complained. are 9m .\ violations" of the Jordan-Uran armistice agreement of 1M int \ "endanger peace in the trt*/ The Government of Jordan, K, stated in his letter, "must accml fill responsibility" for the activi I ties of the sabotage groups in i h | area. It is believed here that the sabj Oteura from Jordan are number of a group called the Fataa, con| prised of so-called Arab refuted working under the domination *j •he Unilied Arab Command estu lished to carry out systematic J lacks asa'nst Israel. FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERAT.ONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, prsdeef AIR CONDITIONING aad ADEQUATE WIRING 22*4 W. 'LACIER ST. Ml 1-2*71 Night*. Sundiv* A Holiday* Dial HI 3-0*22 FOR ami! HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPY BOOT CONDITIONING GENERAL DIAGNOSIS I X-RAY COLON* IRRIGATIONS OLTRA SONIC THERAPY CABINETS and MASSAGE 7235 B.scayne Blvd. Phone PL 77234 This Emblem Identifies Your ?felcome Wagon Sponsors*f3\ rTrwfpT!srte!iTte>elMO PRIMS INTERESTS*) |$JUP. PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 NORTON TIRE CO Main Store: 5300 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 1700 N.E. 163rd Street Opmn Sundays *t Evenings Servihg South FiQrjda S-" B.EGoodrich QUALITY TIRE SALE! NEW Slim-Line WHITEWALL NYLON TUBELESS 760x15 18.95



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1V< ovnan s UJerU Local Delegates Off To BB Women's Meet — n Nation's Capital Ofe Wish Floridiail L jiies who will attend th nth Women's internalion ention in Washington. D.C., ,h,i 7 to 11 include Mrs. Morns Weiss and Mrs. Light, Treasure Island. Mrs. evy, Bal Harbour, and Mrs. Estht: Berman, Coral Gables. ,! States Attorney General deB. Katzenbach will be note speaker at the open ,„liu'i of the B'wi R' ,i s international convention Sheiatoii'i' ark lillel li ton, l) C, on Sunday eve I ||c will address the dele„ The Challenge ol theme of the five-day encc Mr Katzenbach heads a list of nking government officials m public affairs who i si rib.various espects oi Purim Party Slated Here On Mar. 14 •c\ en chapters oi the Mianv ncil B' if B Wo pi mn -d .i Purim p 14. 1 30 p.in In Hotel Ki i n, Council presiri thai Mrs. A ouncil adull n chairman, and her i i -. ii .i pi o [ram be I speaker i %  I.I. Com s ;s bj Jos>lalck attorney; original b> Mr. i eah Udell. lo al po Israili (oik dance; by the Girls and holidaj songs bj AliMorris Tamrcs and Mrs Sam i man 'i rent day economic, social and mtural changes during the sessions and discuss their implications for volunteer organizations. At the Four Freedoms Literal*} Award luncheon on Tuesday. Mar. 9. Dr. John F. Roche, chairman ot the Department ol Politics at Brandcis University and national chairman of American., f 0 t Democratic Action, will talk on The Challenge ol Idea" Dore Schary, playwright, proJucer and national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League o! B'nai B'rith, will speak on "The Challenge of Freedom" at a Ini nan Rights Luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 10. at which the work •I ADL will be presented in a live Iramatization. In an evening session, three an horities in the field oi Jewish ed'cation will participate in a panel iiscussion on "The Challenge o! fwo World;" They are Dr. Mar ill Weisberg, dean of the gradutc facultj of Brandeis Universii v ; Dr. Dav d Weinstein pres i dent of the College of Jewish Stud %  •in Chit ago; and I)r Norman K Primer, New York metropolitan area director ol llillel Found.'. ions \ unique feature i! the i 'ip w ill !. the Mondaj afternoon Mo %  Seminars to nine govern r.i HI ,i.' :.(I, hargi d w ith i ar nut key prn ; ii %  Si cietj Dele gates w II l>" rted t>> govi bu I %  he top policj makers and Hi. MIstaffs discuss problems carryinf oul Presi .: in Johnson's plan.for the w ir -i povi '•>• and cultural depi ivation The conference will conclude w ith the installation ol ne.'i\elected BBW officers at a luncheon Thursday. Mar. 11 Retiring president, Mrs. Leonard M. Sims, of Detroit, and 1 abel K.n/. international president ot B'nai B'rith, will participate. Miami. Florida. Friday, March 5. 1965 Section B n J bv ISABEL GRCVE IStant stream ol guests in out ot Ruth and Jack Pop magnificent Belle Plaza OUSe On Sunday alternooon Center of attention, young PW Howard, son of the forn i Ricki Popick and William 1 • r Dr. Irving I.ehrman ucted the Pidycn Ha" Ben lony. which was the reason |n the gathering ... \ cry difficult to apply the word ndmother" to chic Ruth in 1 wn created from a gold sari draped over one shoulder N( i mother attractive in a gold brocade sheath Many favor able comments en the attractive decor of the new apartment created Hetty Hair Several conversation pieces, one an art gallerj covered with the works of •' Simonhoff, fSlaine Bhrenkrani and Rosamond Hammond Another the wall in Jack's "tudy holding the many plaques and citations he has been honor li Guests glimpsed here and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, and Mayor Melvtn RichAnna Brenner and Ben Rabbi and Mrt Mayer mowitz, Rabbi and Mrs I GrOSS Also meat mother Dora Waldman coo over her LSth great-grand and relatives from WashD.C., Jack's brother Nat "" ll his wife, Mr and Mrs Oscai Stampler, Brand new and happily anticipated guest arriving on Saturday. Charles Scott, first child ol Dr. Leon and Beverly Termln, born Feb. 18 in .lax. where Dr. Termin is now stationed Accompanied by his mother and grandmother, Mrs. Edward Feldstein, who was on hand for his arrival, the young heir will divide his time between local grandparents. Mr. and Mis. Charles Terniin anil the F.dward Feldsteins A young lady who will also celebrate future birthdays on Feb. 18. Naomi Nechama. who joins sister Shit %  Alyssa 5. and brothere David Jonathan 2, in the home ot Rabbi Eugene and Annette l.abov it/. Celebrating a wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schulman will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night at Titereth Jacob, where they've been affiliated since 1057 Married Alar 8. 1944, in (ilendale. Lithe couple came here in 19-48 Mfld have one si n News making the Wilfred Roses verj proud, son Harvcj Martin Rose a graduate ol the Unh er sitj oi Miami, now h\ ing in Los Angeles, has been admitted as a (citified Public Accountant in the State Of California Pans) Flaum happilj getting pillows plumped and Hays read) for husband Larry, who.-'month itaj al the VA Hospital wlD soon be over This handsome table of young women offers a pieview of the lovely set' : ng that will enhance the Westview Country Club on Saturday evening for the Young Women's Division pace-setting event, the Old Fashioned Ball. Pictured at Fashionplate '65 are (left to right) Old Fashioned Ball Co-Chairmen Mrs. Howard Scharlin and Mrs. Benedict Silverman. Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Mrs. Sam Lubv Jr., Mrs. Perry Kaye, Mrs. J. Allen Siegel. and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris. now it's the jump suit Stir slumbvr! DORME' takes a long exhuberant view in sleepwear, and comes up with the jumping-est idea yet! 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Page 2-B +Je*1stncrkH3r Friday. March 5. 196s Plcns are discussed lor the Temple Ner Tamid seventh annual banquet to be held Mar. 14 at the Deauville Ho*?l. Meeting at Ner Tamid to discuss the hincticn which w.U honcr Isidore Deemar as Man cf the Year and Mrs. Sadie Troskv as Woman of the Yecr are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bake: Cantor and Mrs. Saul H Breeh Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bro Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Deemai. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eisenbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eig. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ersen^tein. Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Louis Golden Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Greenfield Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gold Mrs. Sonia Hirsh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Dcvid Krause. Rarbi end Mrs. Euaene Labovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Liberman. Mr*. Monya Leshin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liebermcn. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mayblum. Mr. and Mrs. Max Menschel. Mr. and Mrs. Era Rosenield. Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin, Mr. end Mrs. Alexander Rest. Alber' V. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Somer, Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener, Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Willard Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener. Mr. and Mrs. Euqene Schwarz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaw, Judge and Mrs. Louis H. Stallman. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Taubman. Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky. Cooking mni c orner G. Brllin The Of UK ttkl i.:' Be* part) far two M low M^Mit at the i • si For a larg e plan a will %  the tastes I ,. g -. -' \ l -• %  %  that guests Sil iv>rr ed whole, wfc most at re The recipe car. be •-. her.-. r not It in be assembled ad needs n final preparation Thar. tad th addil : be%  %  been With toe hens trpi are ic;d If you anr a see%  .. i :....• tot %  the recipe for the Rock Cornish heat*, that <>e tea he aJeaeat comThe :i the v tint, it cted Chicken with other Rock Corrish Hens With Rum Sauce teaspoon per fat 2 mediun finerj 2 ti ict 2 canned 1 pineapple •.'i :• up -ned (OBB and mice I. p dried currantu larfe brown tablespoons mm S cups hot cooked rice Drj the bens ttoouugM. 1 and the salt and pepper I a skillv T .t bp'n the he .JIK: the (htij Place -" • dish. i*~ tl • i tide a pen it i'-.-t the lime juice pineapple, tomatoeand juice, currant*, and brown sugar in the skillet, stir to !. and bring I a boil. Pour n and place on a hot platter Stir the rum into the sauce V'a-• u .e aaoee and rue in separate This amount serves 4 i be recii to serve two. bu: the cooking time is the -. me Chicken with Curried Pineapple Sauce irter< n ater ". hi %  salt tea*po %  '. tea-; am Place the quar: -. en in a large skillet eepan Add all n i [ag inrrecKents except the ;. ,.,„. -,.,._ ... %  %  ken tender, J the pieces i I chicken :m "he an : place them side by side ari sk:r up on %  broiler rack fceatprw f platter Add pineapple jam to 'he liquid in the skillet or saucepan, stir to blend, brm. :. boil. ttvn keep hot Bru>h a .-mall najoant of this sauce over 'ne sarface of each piece of chick M Brown ftfhtij the uroiTer. If broiled on rack, re move to a patter Pour the scot. -upposed to serve 4 tx.t it might be the pe to have p %  OLD FAVORITE coDbtnat t' > %  a pearrj .:: oi cooker. -. -:ed more and VAlUlUlie* \* KASHA RQMSTlDmWIl WOTItjlIAT GHATS Man, that's a dish! Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! Kasha So**? O **sBBOal : s~ s -: Ustes ~ -;. ~a*e ascoppMg: See ..... %  ec oes oNew | | -'ie FREE KASHA COOKBOOK-: J Cancer League Slates Election Womee's Cancer Leaeue of Miami Beach at itregular month ly meeting, will have election of officer* ur„; board member* for 1P55-19S6 Mrs. Jerome Rado. president, will preside .it the 10 a.m open meeting at the Rone> Plaza Hotel arl at the luncheon mewhk foil ..: nnon on Friday. Mar 12. \ I • | : : %  %  -• "la'am pan... how do you sy Portdlso?'* "E4en" i? oadeaibtedly :•> word that Chef Boy-Ar-Dea as search lag for to de-;:. the true btSaa- Ic : %  I that *oadcrl rich s^..^ CHEFICY-AR-OEE• SPAGHETTI SAUCE wtth Mushrooms So rood lth


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Friday, March 5. 1965 • Jenlst thrl1,-t, Paqe 3-B Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Wil! Mark Purim With Celebrations Monday Shown above are members of the Sisterhood b: Temple Emanu-El Luncheon Committee renewing plans fnr their Silver anniversary celebration on Wednesday. Mar. 17, at the BcV-:i Roc Hotel. S'anding (left to right) are Ii 5, Louis Baron, Decorations Committee; Mrs. Cypen, hoitess chairman; Mrs. Robert Frank, decorations chairman; Mrs. Jacob Katzman, proqram vice president. Seated are Mrs. Philip Neuwirth. ticket chairman; Mrs. Jacob Glassman, chairman of the day; Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, president. Committee members no' shown are Mrs. Harold Levy, fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Theodore Zalles, membership vice president; and Mrs. Reuben Levin, show director. ine Chapter To Hecr Speaker • Sylvia Kaplan, program Justine Chapter, anA illiam A W> nn Jr : en ices cooi di nomic Oppoi lunity Di le ounty ill b at the Tuesday • i ha ter, Worn Vmcrican Jewish • lie nl Mis S\ '. 1 I'sident, 6500 No "War n i will en pha lie Op • • Sanford, Fla is i nan luat %  work K&hrath^ for Quality Ha Perfect Salt for Koshering II your meat and fowl :it the Universitj an was a [raduati assistant at the I niversity ol Miami S il sequent ly, he taught in the Manatee and Dadi i ounty school systems. Prioi his a ociat ion • t ii the Eco nomic 0] Pro am, he was advisor to tl m eati r Miami irban Renew i \ •> %  Th re % %  HI a'so be ;< repoii on MiFederal Aid to R Bill hich ibeing opposi d bj Amer n Jewish i 'ong -•• cell as •i report on the i v est ( and So\ iel p I : uker. Wr-I'll M,, i s will Ii ofl icers pti r Mrs Sj l\ ,,i Silvers, pn Barbara Jonas and Ethel in I., vice presidents; Gertrude ueiner, treasurer; and Mollie Rudt, secretary. Miami EJeach Hadassi h ro • will meet Monday no • Israeli Croup W Festival Part; at I tel, with members i tfi ; a] \ p ,| ,,. p.. ( Henrietta Szo'd Groui will hold • i ular monthlj meeting at ih Algiers Hotel Refreshments will be si rved. and a Youth APyal 'inc. "Building a Future." will be oresented, Mrs. Jacob I) Davis will be giiesl spi aker Mrs Susan Feller is president. Emma l.ozarus Group will meel at Washington Federal on Nor mandy isle. Mrs, Muriel Joseph will give a book review of v rip pa's Daughter," by Howard Fast I'uriin refreshments will be served, Mrs .1. Wolfstein is president. Deborah Group will meet in the Mimosa Hotel Apartments Mrs Herbert Gutman is president. Bay Harbor Group regular lunch on meeting al 11:30 a.m. ai the lingapore Hotel will be followed >y a gam< > afternoon. .Mrs. George Meisel is president H;rrl Group meeting ,il Ihlonej Plaza v ill inclu !e Larry Blu ace lio ii:;. v II >rtain klr* Milton Wi inb is ire id< il c hafoma Group regular mi will feature Yo Ih i! i'ro is presideht. Stephtn S Wise Croup will hold ts meeting I Hot. ; i'h luncheo i •'• ill be marked with a pai \ %  ••' dancing, including an ; participation. Guest speaker will >• Mi Samuel /.. SakTais on "Is ael Today and Youth Aliyj h Mrs. Manning Mintus is president. 'slander's ORT Veets Tuesday To Hear Singers Joseph L. Flit will offer a taste TI a variety of wines from tin : 'aui Masson Vineyards at the •incheon meeting of the [slander's 'hapter, Women's American OUT m Tuesday noon at the Reno Plaza Hotel. Eighteen-year-old Launa and %  I t year-old Tanla. sister team, entertain with songs and comIj i", English and Yiddish. Mi-. Florence Kupperman, revice president, will give %  i i ail .-ketch ol the ORT story Jack Vi ian is in chargi %  nations, KOSHER MORRISON^SCHSFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" %  PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH und-Raising Affair Phone 531-6811 Diamond Crynial Sail Company •Vane-Tea' Set For Women Women's Committee ol Variety Children's Hospital has invited members to the new auditorium on .Monday, Mar. 15, lor its first %  -Vane-Tea." Mrs. Murray Friedman, president, said the 1 to 3 pm. meeting' will be under co-chairmanship of Mrs Fdward Melniker and Mrs. William Wisnesky. Board members and guests will lour the newly-constructed $2.5 million wings of the hospital, and hear a talk on the financial needs of Variet} by Harold Dunsky, director of the Development Fund, Kl Carim Ladies' first fund rais ing affair for the Children's Center will be a spaghetti dinner at th %  Coconut Grove Masonic Temple or Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. President of the group is Mrs. Henry S. Greenbaum. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Sidney Kichman and Mrs. Abe Wininger Perfect^ Kstver Pastrami? ,o>iJLoo kosbeR. 'SALAMI juicy OAAXL PURE BEEF ,n s "P*'..i(.n by O'-thodox Rabbi. Ben Z,on Rosenihal "y Mathgiehim 1 WlLNO KOSHER SALAMI FRANKFURTERS Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the .finest, tastiest tea should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solva that weighty problem nrvt plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sraad mad* From select spring wheat flour • • contains no shortening. • PUMPERNICKU • BOHEMIAN RYI • BAGELS • VIENNA • E6G TWIST • FRENCH BREAD EGG ROLLS • HARD ROLLS OENEnAL 8FFICH! CHICAGO. ILLINOIS iOIOT CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: •'81 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 K on the package means Koshe-. Certifies Kosher and Parvs by Rabbi Jacob Cohen



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Page 4-B iJeHi&fkvAMar Fridcv rAUIETY Jhildrens Hospital : a dedication cere:: Sunday afternoon tor the al addiand improvements ttee %  %  %  %  %  ... ired Mrs K a gold • 'Id. i-i. %  4 LIME .' %  With e r the led neck M I \ ; -ael Gil%  Id Lame and beige bk nble select M-\ N Kaplan Her threelined both co. r-ell over%  th a striking portn ne m white organza Ai%  '--. -. Mn ".•'• rgi Mac Lea Bette B^ raa in shell pink moygashel linen. Bcket was ban I Edward Memiker chose Wnte An aaricet md white silk swirled print was worn by Mrs. Ber. Weiner :%  'the dropfM and a pleate.-. .... ka l •ne classic she: %  i %  M RS. v. %  I • a ^ completed her en semt mult, c pnni ras in th neckline and th<. skirt of ruffled I Mrs A iky select ed navy and white in the class* pin stripe in a tailored suit Mrs Ben Le\ *as in the neutral eggsh r Br lai I Goya red in an Italian knit was William Shaver Her -heath -sir' % %  a< toppc a waial lemglli fitted jacket Hn Foreman chose a turquoise and white moire ensemble. Her ith had a lumcr A-x:„arv oi iM Mfh* Home for the Aged meets at Wellington Fecerz. Soring*: "i Loan Aatoaabon. Norj ; ie to bao on 3er 7 -r retell her par%  % %  : Europe Uft to nab i bra* n Aakmai I S .At a recent membership luncheon of Miami Beach Chcpter of Technion are left to right Mrs. lark Catalan rbakro ni ra I %  •: hostess. Mrs. Moms Lipp. Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Mrs. Milton Sira p: a and Mrs. ".als creating the collar • kin. president, end Mrs. Max Kern. Pioneers Plan Purim Events Kadixnah J on Wed I Mrs Mrs. Jacob Rat. 'ommumtj Eta S"E IbTth Marriage Topic Of Beach Forum •Wl • Srful Mar|( SO Mrs. Margaret Stubbs. s T. fei *as 'Of 'he M rs conn :•' i fesi : m.. lancing and entertain:: Mesivfa School Bazaar Dr Annual bazaar >f Worn i A.^ SchOO, Cot m BHB Alton Meir Club. Mrs. Mr PROTECTION FOR YOUR FAMILY <.-a J. 1*5 INCLUDING: lufmt While Hmsmitmlizaa C—im>' IIIIC iHmith "rafacfiaa Wcaticrt •• % %  U*e aaai Tarm la rx Ba amti H C—a—ry A AprvcA-nom arac ALL AS I % % %  FOU AS LOW AS 55c A WEB< ana IS aW > a — l ia a j am ammaiits torn tatmet. Im All Affa Lavait. imcial am* Cultural *cth-ifi CALL TCX)AY 538-5679, OR MAIL l^~wak%mwi~cmcU''vtiATi* mmm \\ 940 Liacate aaaak Mtaaai Umck. Fta. 331W t; ii He Spite. • • • • • • • • • i I i J • i %  • %  i ;•.*r'.ands at [Baadar, "r*. V*" '" ablla '.iltia m Mfclj saaaon. aaa au l-^aali-ad WaAl -na ?raaact Ham af JUT *."an'.so rcavaiaaoant ioaaa', -.-.at ana aiar.ad 'o %  -lar* yxia aapplaaaa wlta aU nir sood 3aopla, atMtaar taa* ara raliaoa r -.JU.— .!--• rsararipa. -XI laar. aii•a IJO TOO sJuia aialt SBa loaa -..ia : minoar if a* Mtlaota. 4t rais ariaa n t :um •> ara flllad to aaaaalty 41^11 Sota raaltanta aad uv'.iti — ta^aa aoa lan aTTirt and aljo tauaa aoa MOHI aTTard • ilacUal a aa*. la xHldlaa and tosa -J ia-a It aaaplatad >T %  aa na. •a vad -ia 'jnarvaa if all ood aaapla. aajaaa ru —• UP* IF arm am aaaattaa. TU lll M ipaatlj >anaf-.Md >y 1**r tal a nr Soaat. '.: '.iaaaraij jotra. laraa Utaar A 0I1S-PS makes M : 5 MMTaMiai ttaa • nwtaaaai "* "" %  i BM MN ha %  ka *M : I aal .'J • .-, >• Biacticw Skt ;imtO ia KM ant '--' : ***J puouca •*#"> !"• v Ik Mercantile National B*iM &f '..Hi! %  KH* 1 1



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March 5, 1965 +Jenisfi rtor/cf/ar Paqe 5-B 1,H ~"^:*. > Blvd. is now ORT Boulevard, just for one wee 1 ', to ORT Day, proclaimed Mar. 3 by the Miami City |c mission to provide impetus for the Women's American ing membership drive. Commissioner Sidney M. ovitz presents the official proclamation to Mrs. Florence tan, public relations vice president for *he Southeastrida Region. H Joseph H. Murphy, of Coral Gables, siqns. a proclamalc declaring Mar. 3 as ORT Day in the Gables. Left to riqht. I essing the siqninq are Mrs. Faye Klausner. ORT Day I man: Mrs. Benjamin Green, membership chairman; Mrs. n -ie*. Konefsky, publicity chairman; and Mrs. Max Schessident of Coral Gables Chapter. bbe^rofrters To Appear Here can Basketball League in ; All-A ca Bobl .> Joe : II : pitchin • best knov n Iv i ; M the : %  ters' n "Ti \" Hari i in basket %  hel" Paige, v ill Bea< h t onve I la; Harlem I etrol three-game • edians, now ii i world-wide barnplay the touring Generals on Frl laj nights ;n B:30. and n mi at 2:30. available at Miami ention Hall and al all k stores. 'in' Trotter troupe -•'i Lemon and a list ot Americans and profes • which includes Conwho once led tin Orthodox Women To Stage Confab Ml Max Perman, of New York i> chairman in charge oi l reg "ii II g mizatii n for the National Women's Branch of the Union ol Orthrxl x Jewish Congreations, will be guesl speaker ;.t : conference ol the Florida I • Branch scheduled for Wedni sdaj ., the Cn Hotel. Registration for the conference wiil begin at 10:30 a m n( i.i Jewish life, Mrs. PernrBfi MR traveled extensively hroughoul the i nited States and Canada in behalf of the Women's Branch, which is comprised ol more than 700 women's groups. Theme for the conference, "The Wisdom I.I Woman Buildeth the Home," will set the tone for a >anel discussion on "Building rhrough Sisterhood Participating in the panel will be: Vbraham Levitan; Mrs. Phineas Weberman, Ohev Shalom on n gat on; Mrs. Solomon .mi: Mrs Isaac Ever. Agudath Israel Coni %  ii Mrs Berel Wein, Beth 1st ai I; • iBernard Bas cl Max itappa rs. Sol Wegei and Mrs. ll.ii i > I.rner Mrs. Harry Personik, ol M the Florida Chapter, with affiliate* from Miami. Miami Beach, a:;:. Jacksom il Dpti-Mrs. Club Skates Luncheon Opti-Mrs Chili ol Miami Beach v-. ill hold a luncheon meeting on : uesday, ii t."i a m at the Barcelona Hotel. Program chairman, Mrs. Gene I rmip. will introduce Lee Vogel. radio commentator. Business agenda will include a report from Mi's. Leonard 1'latl. chairman of the club's annual tund-raising dinner dance, set for Sunday evening, Mar. 14. at the Deauville Hotel, featuring Danny Thomas. Mrs, Louis Pilzer is president. Daughters of Israel Kabin Alexander Gross and Rabbi Morris Hon witz v.,.! :. .uuest speakers at the annual luncheon of the Daughters of liael to lie he Mr.Josi pii .1. F( OS, MRS. MAX PERMAN Beach Chapter Schedules Quiz Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter. Women's American ORT. will hold its regular monthly luncheon meetmi; at 11:30 a.m.. Wednesday, at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Program oi the day will feature Sid Gelb, comedian, who >\ill conducl a game of "Quiz-o-Matic." Dr. Wolf son in Talk Sixth lecture on "The World We Live In" series will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolf son, before Hie Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning, 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 12;; 1 Wash ington Ave. NOW! A Greater Gulfstream FABULOUS TWIN DOUBLE ACTUAL PAYOFFS AT U.S. RACE TRACKS $172,726.80 $171,084.60 $132,232.80 FOR $2 Koussevitzky Set Here Sunday On Miami Beach Cantor Moshe KoUSSevitzky, ol Temple Beth El, Brooklyn, NY will appear at the Jacob C. Coh "• Community Synauomie. l.T!2 Wash ington Ave.. on Sunday. 8 p.m. Cantor Koussevitzky, who sin.s in many languages, is particularly noted for liturgical numbers from the prayerbook. Cantor Koussevitzky. who has given concerts all over the world, performed to capacity crowds in Jerusalem. From Miami, he leaves on the SS Shalom for another con. cert tour. POPULAR PRICE PLAN FIRST RACE 1:30 NEW! GRANDSTAND AND CAFETERIA $1 Grandstand Annex $2 Grandstand $4 Clubhouse Finest in Thoroughbred Racing RESERVATIONS: MIAMI 945-7511 FT. LAUD. I HOLLYWOOD 727-1711 %  GULFSTREAM 1 U.S. 1 AT HM.IMUMIE, FlOCIOk SEE THE J100,000 FLORIDA DERBY, APRIL I fcr R;s. Phone 532-5594 Teddv King's Orch. Cur Specialty': Banquets & Any Sort Of Function DINNER-ONE SHOW NITBLY AT 9:00 I Mfyfiue's 211 22nd STREET olf 22nd & Collins Ave.*^ FOR RES. Ph 532-5594 by a nose! the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nfght.'y8:30 TWIN DO UBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM.-$1.00 O SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse # Cafeteria 33 Mln North of Miami • Fin. Turnpike Exit No. 5 Miami Area Reservations Call Toll free 949-7141 • Direct Bus Service-Call Cray Lines fff 3-3127; Wylly's 11 7-7487 No Racing Sundays Sorry. No Minors



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Page 6-B • l>y*ist fUr/ // tr Friday, March 5, Physicist to Talk At Beth Sholom --. : !'.••! i am Kuraui member of the Departmenl Physics at the L r niversitj ol Milife of Albert Einstein .i> it relates t" the s.\ Who Changed the Dr Henrj E Kagan. • .:-. 9 p m at Tem] om. Kursui %  -in was born in Tin key He received hi< r. • Edinburgh, Scotland, and I'hD from Cambridge, E a %  siof research ell-u at Y tie 'niversitj tvisor to the Turkish General %  mic matters He also served as dean, of faciltj 01 Nuclear Sciences and Technology of Middle East Tech nical L'niversity in Ankara, as A ell as consultant to British At mic Energy Research Estab lishment and consultant to Mai Planck Institute for Physics in Munchen, Germany I |i cture is part of a series %  • Kagan book being \ a It E lucation Department ot Tempie Beth Snolorn chaired by Mrs Irving B. Kapli M 8 p n coui ses in Hebrew and n Jewish history' art Riven j n embers of the Beth Sholom lacult) and Rahbi Sanford Seltzer. tor, Southeast Federation. Union ol American Hebrew Conregations Massachusetts Club Meeting Massachusetts Club of Greater Miami will meet on Wednesday evening at the Sea Isle Hotel. Guest speaker will be Alexandei Brin. publisher of the Jewish Advocate of Boston. Sterling Plans Bar Mitzvah Celebration; *osners Now in Hotel Business 33 Years Getting a chuckle ou' of watchinq leading citizens of Greater Miami rehearsing for the March of Dimes special evert Gili Coast Capers of 1965" at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Mai. 1J are Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. 3030 Brickell Ave., and orchestic leader Sammy Spears, who conducts the Jackie Gleaso: band. Chairman of the local Mother's March for ten veers Mrs. Weintraub resigned in 1959, but remains a member oi the National Foundation Women's Advisory Committee. United Cerebral Palsy, of Miami, receives a surprise visit noted television and %  lm star. Gig Young, aid the .-.undreds of volunteers busily engaged in working or: CP's to-door campaign s'ated Mar. 23 and 24. Shewn Gig Young is Areo Chairman Mrs. E zi 8510 SW 29th St. Dade Outstanding Award Group to Meet Wednesday tys Out %  Mar. Woman for 1964 will I m '•> \lumni Association I ti iward is ShiLi % % %  %  of B'nai H'rith will I Wednesday noon at the Ev M&M Hotel to discuss arrange.•lit? fur the nomination* and aw rd Oi citations ph M. Lipton president of e Pastoral Savings and Loan Association, is patron of the Arrangements for the kick-off lun.heon are bein;; handled by %  vin Pearlman. president of lem Lodge Sanford M. >u.-rdlin is permanent secretary • •I "he Alumni Association Next year, the Sterling Hotel will be celebrating its Bar Mitsah, and plans are already being 'ormulated for special events to rark the occasion Mr and Mi> David Rosner. owners ol the hotel, are currently marking their 33rd year on M. imi Beach, during which they opa variety of resorts Until 1952, they divided their time between the Beach and Atlantic City, where they also ran hotels, and Mr. Rosner was a partner of his father-in-law. Rabbi Jonas Greenwa'd. Since thai time, the Rosners I themseh es excluml Beach, when they the St< rling Hotel at 6767 ollins S i \ ording t i the RosSterling was the first modern hotel building construct' for the sole purpose of oper e traditional orthodox "It was the first such hotel in I'nitcd States." they declared, •and we are proud that it served as a guiding force for the kosher hotel industry throughout the nation to adopt improvements and to enhance the kosher hotel oper ation in general." Now in its 12th year, the Ster-' ling is open for the summer and winter seasons. Dining is strictly kesher and boasts what the Rosners believe to be "the finest ir traditional orthodox cuisine" A steady mashgiach is on the premises The hotel has 200 feet of private, sandy beach, as well as a swimming pool, cabanas, and poolside snack bar. There is also a synagogue on the premises for daily and Sabbath services. The hotel's 150 rooms .'!1 have television and radio and are centrally air-conditioned and heated A social directress plans daily activities for guests at the hotel. winch range from yoga exercises t( com i rts .Hid recitals. The Ster ling also features solaria for mi'" and women, as well as a masseur ..nd masseuse MIAMI BEACH t O \\ I \ r i a \ II All PHONE JE 2-3329 -•JE 2-3320 *^ THREE BIG DAYS £ FRI. & SAT., MARCH 5 & 6-8:30 P.M. SUNDAY, MARCH 7 — 2:30 P.M. REV SOLOMON COOPER Outstanding Religious Leader, Scholar and Founder of YESHIVOTH IN U.S.A. AND ISRAEL Asks his friends to attend the ANNUAL BANQUET o' 'be YESHIVATH TORAK VODAATH THIS SUNDAY MAR. 7:h, 5:30 P.M. at the DEAUVILLE HOTEL for last Minute Reservations PLEASE CALL Milton Kahn, Dinner Chairman 538-4972 Plus...Firt Time In America! 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Friday. March 5. 1965 • 'Jewlsti /for Minn Paae 7-B %  : t" • '.i'i itt"liiii:iJrtPi.Lii "ii MM M • MM I i"" i M I "•" Mi I Mh MMMMMMM1 ...tz/rbout JTcopU and }rL %  mifinvuiiEiwn.imuw SHE SANG FOR HER SUPPER Sclma (Mrs. Julian) Rickles cousins Jerric Lew Kaufman accompanied .io.m Suther | a %  i |he opera star, on her Florida lour. Last Wednesday night, during the performance ol • Lucia." Jerrie whispered to Selma, "We're coming to your house tonight after the performance for .1 late supper Selma marie a quick exit and her own mad scene as she hurried to get Ihi table ready. When Miss Sutheiland and her husband, Richard Bonynge. and Richard Cross and the Kauliuan* arrived at UttRickles h Brotherhood program sponsored bj the Department of Florida Jewish Wat Veterans and the C'ultural Committee of the City of North Miami Beach on Sunday in North Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. The program uaopened by Joe Rosenthal. veteran of the Spanish American War. leading the pledge to the flag, and Mrs Beth Gopman, singing the Star Spangled Banner, accompanied by the North Miami Beach Concert Band under the direction of Sy Schulman. Ainslee R Ferdie. department commander of the Jewish War Veterans, acted as master of ceremonies. TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIL! box office open 10:30 to 9:30 jttiriiaiRxaiHr TECHNicoiM* uinnruuMititm* K mom wmm mo* < LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 21702 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI LEON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEViLLE ON STAGF IN PERSON COMPLETE NEW SHOW JACKIE WINSTON Yiddish %  American Comic BABE WALLACE International Singer CHET CLARK Harmonica Virtuoso Leon SchacMer t Gitel Stein Hilarious New Comedy • On Screen "lOStPH AND HIS BROTHERS" CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE. Matinee Evening 55' 1.25 Hebrew Academy Players present a musical. "An Afternoon with Al Jolson," at the recent mother and daughter luncheon at the Deauville Hotel in honor of Rose and Dolly Bienenfeld. Members of the cast are (left to right) Mrs. Charles Simon, author, producer and director of 'he presentation; Mrs. Morton Lieberman. Academy artist; Mrs. Murry Koretzky and Jimmy Rosenstrauch, guest artists. Other members of the Hebrew Academy Players (not shown) are Mesdames Saul Breeh, Morris Brody, Bernard Diener. Abe Hoffenberg, Murray Rosenberg, Donald Schrager, Sam Shapiro, and Harry Rosenberg, director of staging. fighi for Sight Tenth annual election meet in 1 ot Fight for Siyht is set for Tuesday. The noon luncheon will b* held at the Fontaincblcau Hotel President is Mrs. Rhoda M. Le i vine. TODAY AT WOMETCO THEATRES Ma*t/^t I Su^.^t I SURF I Open 6:45 Open 1 30 "1964's FINEST FILM! ANTHONY QUINN ALAN BATES-IRENE MS ZORBATHE GREEK' and his ROTAL CANADIANS Superb Continental Dining Nightly Full Course Dinners from $9.00 Dinner-Dancing 9 P. M. to I A.M. .tarring GUY LOMBARDO plus the JOAN ST. JAMES Trio cat RESERVATIONS REQUIRED STARLIGHT RESERVATIONS • JE 2-3600 i\ D0Ri\L"en the ocean at 48th Street. Miami Beach suicsted Niltl



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Page 8-B JcwitfinrrtdFinr Friday, March 5, [m Temple Women's Executive Here Mrs. David Levitt. Great Neck, NY.. WM in Miami this week to address i conclave lor Sisterhoods n the Southeast area Mrs. Levitt is filth vice president ol the National Federation <>! Temple Sisterhoods. She and Mrs. Cecil Marks. Atlanta. Ga., lent of Greater MiamikYLm president of the Southeast Federation, shared the platform at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. The day's activities Wednesday included a luncheon at 11:90 a.fn. Mezuzah is affixed on the main entrance of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue by Jacob C. Cohen, president, who recites the bletsing. Behind him is Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, senior rabbi of the congregation. Scroll of the Mezuzah is a collector's item, according to Rabbi Tibor S'ern, spiritual leader of the congregation, which once hung on the door of the Bet Midrash of the Chazon Eish in Bnai Brak, Israel, "the universally-accepted authority in Israel until his death." Camp Judaea Socials Slated Wednesday Eve Wednesday evening, at 7:90 p.m.. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, president of the Florida Region of Hadassah. will host a social in her home. 6300 SW 33rd St.. for parents who are interested in learning ahout the %  rogram offered al ramp J The camp, located in Henderson i.:;, \ i i~ sponsored jointly by ZOA and is open to ~ters who will enter third through llth grades in September, 1965 Frank Farenbl IOI > tor %  > Camp J will show slides ol imp and answer i uestions. On Thursday •" ei ing. M l er, 17525 SE 8th Cf K. Miami Beach, will host a similar :cial in her home Miami Eyemcro 3ets Top Award A Miami professional man. Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. i^ the recipient of the "Best Scientific Paper" award of the Southern Journal of Optometry for 1965. Dr. Ziff. who wrote a paper on contact lenses, was honored at the annual Awards Banquet of the Southern Council of Optometrists in Atlanta this week. The Council publishes the Journal. More than 700 persons were on hand for the presentation. Dr. Ziff is a graduate of the Illi • is College ol Optometry lie is a fellow of the Association of Contact Lens Practitioners. London. England, and a member of \"ati 'ii.il Eye Research Pounlal • / / MRS. DAVID UVIIT /Marion Colby on Bead Marion Colbj w ; Club Gigi in the Hotel lor a one-week i n beginning Wednesda> has starred in all business. Her Bn ances include the ma Game In r n in her own AI show "Entertainmi appeared on num television shows, • i.. j | %  • Carsoi 1 %  : Km a • COOD FOOD FAST SERV CE R= AS0NA6L.: % Featuring "WNCHE0HS" for Business Men and % Across fron Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Aw Piano maestro Bill Jordan (left) takes a short break be'ween piano sessions, which highlight the musical entertainment at Bill Jordan's Restaurant and Bar of Music, to chat music publisher Sam Fox and his wife. Fox, 81, spent a lifetime in 'he music business, was the discoverer of America's :ig team cf Lerner and Lowe, of "My Fair Lady" fame. Essay-Art Contest Winners to be Cited on m., in the annual it sponsored by J ev ish Kihu a and the Zionist Organization ol ter Miami and Hollywood Five prizes are offered in each contest by the Zior,i>t Organization, including $100 and Sod scholarships to Camp Judaea and books mi Jewish life. Contest subjects are Chalm Weizmann" and "Israel and Zion ism." Meeting will be held in Spcctor Hal!, at Beth David Congn zation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., where art objects will be on display, and winning essays will be read. Judges include Reyna Younger man. Herman Higger, Samuel S. Goldberg, artists; Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian; Rabbi David Shapiro, of < Hollywood; and Louis Schwartz man. executive director of the Bureau On the same night, the Bureau will hold its annual Hebrew Vocabulary Bee. School champions will give a demonstration of Hebrew ability in a special program ar ranged by Schwartzman. A short meeting will precede the program, with Joseph Cchon. Bu reau president, conducting the -urn. Adult Education At Beth David Adult education courses con • nue at Beth David in conjunction v\ ith the Bureau i>t Jewish Education. Classes in Hebrew and Bible are held at 8 p.m. Rabbi Klie/er A. Levi delivers a lecture from :t to 10 p.m.. and leads a discus) based on his talk A social hour follow i in Tuesday evening, topic wil! be 'The Role of the S; Today in Israel" it MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT "** CJtin* J\tif SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40th St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS W> Also H> Complete T.i- Out Ml OPtN 3 lo 10 P.M. SUNDAY 1 o 9 P.M. fClostd T iooo AH-CONDITIONED NOW! 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[Friday, March 5, 1965 -Jewish th-rMtor* .ocal Leaders )n Committee tatives of local Jewish I,,' ,e national bodies last [ the Washington ConferI v iei iwry, have met I irmed an ad hoc committee rhead local activities calling |. n la the plight of the Jews %  et Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of ih Floi ids Council of Amerivish Congress, is acting m DI the group u hich mel id time recently in the ii American Jewish i | iv Marshall Harris, Al Mrs. ( harles II. Finkei Mrs Eleanor Lipton. of the i sh Committee; Mrs. |M K 'Ian Bernie Segal, J'oL; %  anich, "i the American Jewunm Mrs. Harriett Green, American Zionist Council: | ( Kink and [rwln Schulman, of Anti Defamation League; Ar pr ttosichan. of the Greater Mi li I, wish Federation. u Florence Barth, Mrs. Betty ia-t. ol the Miami Beach IlaMrs. Clara Burstein. of idassah; Arnold Fein, i Irossman of the Jewish War Mrs, Allied Stone. Miz'.':•• Theodore Berman, Mrs i) r 15; -kin, National Council of i \\ men; Rabbi David Sha nit al Association; Rob. i Rabbi Sanford Seltz American Hebrew -. K a b b i M .i j c i %  /. I'nited Synagogue oJ I'erry, ol the Zion\ erica, i Jewish Le in • near future a [irsl step an zation< I i to the SOT i Perer* 9-B JWV in Joint Installation Here Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary of West Miami, will hold a joint installation of officers on Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the Crosswa; Airport inn, 1850 .v,v LeJuene Rd. Serving for the 1965 66 term w.ll be An Rosen, commander ot the pest lor a second term, and Mrs. living Achtman, president of the Auxiliary, succeeding Mrs. Irving Koris. They will be installed by Jack Herman, senior vice commander, Department of Florida, and Mrs. Irving Cooperman, senior v c e president, Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary. Chairmen of the installation are Mrs. Stanley c o l d and Jai n Stern. Beta Torah Men's Club Men's Club ol Beth Torah will celebrate its sixth anniversary during services on Friday evening conducted by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz Julius Gordon, club president, will oiler greeti MORRIS & RUTH LERNER HARRY ZUCKERMAN National Community Service Awards were presented last week by Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left), chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. The Herbert H. Lehman Medal was conferred upon Briq. Gen. David Sarnoff (second from lef*\ and Joseph Coh^n (center! was among eight recipients of Community Service Awards. Cohen is president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and a vice president of Temple Emanu-El, a board member of the Greater Miami Jewkh Federation and an active leader in the Bonds for Israel campaign. Looking on (right) is Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, ol the Seminary. Function was at the Diplomat Hotel. •ess 1 PARKING FACILITIES IE" Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AYE. 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Paqe 10-B *. lewlsl) thrMilan Friday, Maich 5, 1965 % ranees J-c/imuM T We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Edith Arvey grew up in Chicago, little dreaming lhat one day she and her husband. Jack, would be as much a part of Chica^os history as Mrs. Murphy's cow. Dauijhtcr of a well-known rabbi, the atmosphere of Kdith's home was deeply religious Edith started hor own housckcepiri'-: when she was a vounu bride. Atage 17. she met her future husband He was 20 and president of the club where their meeting took place. It is a wonderful experience, never to be forgotten, to be inajueil with your very own father officiating at the ceremony. Already then, the handwriting was on the wall as to'wha* kind of a man Jack Arvey was going to be. He took the bar examination at 20 and passed even before he had finished law school. At 21. he was Assistant State Attorney. Looking back over the years, Edith recalled that it is a marvel ous iooling to start together and mow up together as she and .lack did They have three children. [rv'in, Howard and Hilen Sue. and six grandchildren. To share the life ol a politician is most exciting oughout their colerful years together, they have entertained and been entertained by man) famous people in the news Gov. Adlai Stevenson was one of their most interesting hOUSe quests. President Harry Truman and Mrs Truman. .He also two oi Edith'favorite people The ward in Chicago where the Arvcys lived was one espec.all) noted lor 'he way it took care of the needy Edith did her -hare in helping During World War II. when Col. Arvey spent two yean in the South Pacific, and both .-ons were also in the service. Edith gave unstintingly of h< i-ell. her lime and money Chicago's 24th ward claims Edith a member in most all of its community work and organizations. The Arveys belong to the "Stay Through May" group Miami Beach itheir second home Jack thinks nothing of jetting hack and forth between here and Chicago — he a Number One commuter. They enjoy everything that thej can do together — travel bridge and golf, which Edith plays a lot In .Miami, as well as Chicago, there are always so many community alfairs to attend at which the Arveyare the center ol an admirig group. To the world at 1 irgi %  .:• Arvey is a dedicated man who has made a lastie polities of Chicago and the world ol Judaism But to an adonnu wile, in Edith's own words. Jack's ronderful. understanding, tolerant, -oil nusual young man she married 48 years a EDITH European Zionists Welcome Eshkol Statement as a 'Positive Attitude' ANTWERP >>TA D gates to the European Conference General Zionists concluded their conclave here with a resolution welcoming Prime Minister Eshkol's declaration on Zion i-m as indicating a "new and positive attitude toward the Zionist movement" but asking also that 'thideclaration be translated into realities The resolution added that the t.i-k of the Government should not be limited to cooperation with the World Zionist Executive in education, culture and youth work. It stressed that th Government's task also was to holp The Zionist movement to renew its status, influence and leading role in Jewish life. In another resolution, the delegates said that the "great task" of the General Zionist movement was to strengthen and increase its unity. The conference appealed "to all sections and organizations of the Jev isfa people to mobilize their efforts and forces for systematic action for the rights of the Jewish community of Soviet Russia." The delegates also expressed "great concern" over the fact that the West German Government had not undertaken "necessary and effective steps" to halt rne work of West German scientists on advanced weapons sy.-terns in Egypt. Charming, Balser Exchange Vows Mi— Ellen Marcia Balser. daugh tor ol Mr and Mrs. Meyer Larry Balser. of Atlanta. Ga.. was marmo on Feb. 7 to Joel Baer I'han• r son of Mr and Mrs Jules .'. Cbanning, of Miami Beach. Dr Harrj II Epstein, oi Atlanta, and Dr livint Lehrman of Miami Beach, performed the cere mon> in the Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Atlanta. A reception and dinner followed. The bride, who \tern. Iler Ranee also received his legree at th.University of Miami and ipresently attending the University of Maryland School of Law An April wedding is planned Kaufmans Tell Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaufman s\v i>:;rcl Ave., have announced the engagement ol the:!da ht< i Ellyn Rita, to Fred Denis llirt The future bridegroom ithe son of Mrs Herman Sumars, of Bay Heights, and the late Samuel Hirt. The bride-elect is .i graduate ol Southwest Senior High School and attended Miami Dade Junior Colll ge She ipresently employed as a dental assistant, Her fiance is a graduate .it I i Gables High and will receive a degree in business administration from the University ol Miami in June. Miami Hadassoh Groups to Meet I Miami Chapter of Ha medley ol songs Lcssn* i '•aChai Group will i, .al j^ p.m. at the home ol Mrs .V"_ Stern, 2041 NE 196 j£ members and sponso, %  ored. Theme of I %  ..,_ ^ Dc "American and Coi ; : U fans.' Harold Greem on "Interama %  t-ak UK. tOtl CMANNIN6 and Paul Robinson. Ushers were Arnold Balser. Michael Ross. Joel Rotenstreich. and Robert Silverman. Mrs Channing attended the University of Pennsylvania and plans to complete her studies at the I'ni versity of Miami Mrs Channing graduated cum laude from the University of Florida School of Architecture, attend %  d the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Graduate School of Architecture, and is presently working towards a Master s de. gree in civil engineering at the University ot Miami He is associated with the firm Ol Jules P, (banning Associates, Architects and Engineers Forte Towers Hadassah Mrs Norman Meyers, membership vice president. Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah. announces the first open board meeting ot the new Forte Towers group will be held on Monday. 730 p.m.. in 1 the Forte Towers apartment of Mrs Susan Feller Temple Judea Annual Dinner Temple Judea Men's Club will be host to 125 fathers and sons on Sunday noon at the Temple Refreshments will be followed bj an exhibition of judo by Tom Dickenson, of the Etcki i School of Judo in Coral Gables Later in the allernon, tl tire group will a 11 < nd Miami Beach Convention Hall [or a bas ketball exhibition bj the Harlem %  i ottei 'Chai' Donors To be Honored uwitz will tribute to Torah Fund "Chai" l nors at a lun< I be hel w, dne la) 1230 p.m.. in 'l pie Menorah Social Hall. A musical program planned by MrMayer Abramowiti MrLillian Rothchild and Mrs Pauline Lew are sponsorMrs Sam Belsky is Sisterhood presi dent. Menorah Group will h< Id it -. I ular meeting Monday. 12:30 m\ at HUM House on tin ..:iip.(j the University of Miami _: U \ Schwartzman. executive direct*,! Bureau of Jewish Education *f( be guest speaker. Subnet u ,fc, "Reaction to Emancipation — Bi treat or Progress." Mount Scopus will niu; Mc : 3 j 12:30 p.m at Beth David < gation. Samuel Cairien vri btl guest speaker, and Israel will be presented Naomi Group will ; p.m. meeting Mondi -, Gables Federal on I de .an Blvo. Guest speaki Attorm > Richard > %  '-tern His I topic will be "Extn — lj8S.*j A question and answi follow. Torah Group will noon al Pythian li.... 460. W.l Flagler Si lor a I Lunch will be follower K| Mandolin Orchestra Heo-i Jewish Home for Ihi entertained on Wedne-..... evduij by the Greater Mia:; \Ur.iob Orchestra conducted bv loa Powesky. Made up o: retired sicians, the group ai>i- .• behat senior citizens in honuand he pitals. Ben Dickman pres :e LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING C0HTRAC1IHG • Klttim S*' mq O.dt Count C • %  '.i t1 1811 S.W. Uth ST. MI 6-9W DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & H0TEI HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. 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Friday. March 5. 1965 +Jewist fk>r£x ** eei members of Beth Israel Conqreqation ;roundbreaking ceremonies for the new igogue to be erected at 40th St. and Chase ., are (left to right) Morris Weinstein, first vice president, Jacob Kaufman, We qnbbni, Scmuel Reinhard, Albert Broad and Morris Sugarman, life trus'eee. Rabbi Berel Wein. Spiritual leader is :mp!eting plans for a testimonial dinner hon-g Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Simon given by -pie Beth Tov are (top row) Mr. and Mrs. r.rad Allain, co-chairmen of the event, Mrs. : ore Bolner, Nat Lurie, Mrs. Thomas Grug, Sid Shamis and Murray Simon. Seated i Rabbi Zevi Greenwald, spiritual leader, Mil'.on Miller, president, and Mrs. Murray Simon. Not shown are Hy Horowitz and Thomas Gruberg. Secretary of State Tom Adams will be principal speaker at the Apr. 3 event scheduled for the Starlight Roof of the Biscay ne Terrace Hotel. ith Tov Oneg Shabbat Friday Oi Shabbat on Friday eveto be held Apr. 3 at the Biscayne Bl Temple Beth Tov was Terrace Hotel e Building Fund Com% %  'he testimonial dinner Tov's Future Lies in Your Hands." Honored guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Simon. Formerly Southwest Jewish Cen. ter. Tempie Beth Tov, at 6435 SW Conrad Allain, chairman of the 8th St.. has Rabbi Zevi Green Temple Beth wald as spiritual leader. Sifted Pianist Wins Top Award Of Music Grosp Miss NaLalie Deich i:. gifted pi inisl who is a two-time winner ol he National Federation of Music "libs' young artists awards, has ecelved a meril award from the >airy Coun.il oi South Florida. I he (l.m.hi r of Mr. and Mrs | rving Deich. mi Ingraham Hwy., %  as ">loerl twice un'i the Miami Symphony Society.she has won the laticnal recording contest sponored h> the Composers' Press, and I nd has appeared on radio and ; ell-vision programs. She belongs to L'Allegro music onorary at Coral Gables Senior ligh School. National and Spanish Conor Societies. Coral Gables Junior Music Club and B'nai B'rith Girls ol Coral Gables. The Dairy Council has a continu ng program to honor meritorious OUng people in Dade County. Nominations may be sent to Agnes Edvards, tool NU 7th St.. Miami. Pacers Saturday At Pompano Park There'll be a top notch field ol hree and four-year-old pacers racing at Pompano Park Saturday night. The third round of the $40,000 Secretary's Series is up for grabs, and Pompano Park officials are looking for a crackerjack field to line up behind Paul Young's mobile starting gate, Expected to start in the headliner arc Philip Brian, DukeSon Meadi u Tarport, Russet Chip. Simple Simon, Paula Pence. Knight Ranger an i Proud Victor. The possibilitj exists that at many as in will clash in the top race on the 10-evenl program. Si. far through the scries, live %  ces ha\ e I een presented, and .here have been Eive different ,< inner-. In addition to the Secretary's Series Saturday night, a top notch trotting event Is slated, as well .is two pacing events for older rs Pompano Park races nightlj except Sundays, and will conclude i:s tirst full meeting Apr. 6. Post time nightly tor the first race is 3.30 p.m. — ST. MISS NATALIE OUCH Hollywood USY Chapters to Meet United Synagogue 1'outh chap leis of Temple Beth Sholem in | Holly wood will play host on Sun day morning t" a allegation of Beth Torah/'USY Both groups will participate in the regular service, an after • service breakfast, and then in a debate. Should the Bar Mitzvah Age be Raised to 15?" Temple Beth Sholem CSV is headed by Harold J. Goldstein, youth director, and Murray Co hen. Youth Commission chairman. under the supervision of Kabbi Morton Malavsky, The chapters plan and participate in meetings, vi-.ei %  • %  -. breakfasts, edui al ional, ci lu ral and social e\ ents Pies f • Si : '". I SY i.'tit and religious i hail man is Gladys Ma lavaky. Peter Hockman is presi • 'i the J'un'oi 21 1! ers v 111 attend the lUtl east regional conventhn to b-j held at the I'd.ion Hotel Pur'tm Alnsquerode Dance Purim masquerade supper dance will he held at Surfside Town Hall on Saturday, Mar 13, hy Hadar and Kinneret Chapters oi the < ung Mizrat Women 1 : America Fund-, will ,:.--.-; he maintenance of nur serj ho ils and fresh air camps for underprivileged children 1:1 Israel. dinner, spoke on • COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPAN'SH ipeci-fff „, ,'n Bar Mi/jynh -Vcrlding Invitations Union Shop Parness Press 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 Wilson Belongs to Club Barring Jews 542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (41st ST.) 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Page 12-B fVw/#i f/rridfi^tr Friday, March 5, 1965 Workmen's Circle Branches Launch 65th" Annual Membership Drive This Week Puiim is "pretty soon" for these youngs'ers in Temple Menorah's Kindergarten. Construction paper becomes kingly crowns, and milk caitons are magically converted into groggers. The festive spirit of Punm is an obviously serious concern fcr tne 21 youngsters in Mrs. Rita Honor'8 class consisting of Jill Paei Steven Baei. Howard Block, Gilda Brazlavsky, Susan Brenner, Jay Ginsberg, Robin Greenwa!d, Jaclyn Kasdin. Alex Kauffman, Nelson Kerbel, Daniel Lowinger, Lisa Mahl, Brenda Pundik, Sonia Sapoznik, Solomon Susi, Rose Trrner, George Volpe, Richard Weinstock, Maiio Werbin, Jaclyn Willig and Brian WilThe> children will prepare a special piayle'. for Temple Menorah' Purim Bazaar. A. C. f/Nf W£KJ7H.V MRS. KlISER Leading Beachites are Named Chairmen Of Jewish Convalescent Home Dinner Leonard Wemstem. constable ol Miami Beach, anil A C. Fine, nationally prominent philanthropist, have been named chairmen of th. "New Horizon.dinner fOI th. Jewish Convalescent Home of So ith Florida Mrs Joseph E Reiser, presl .t ol the kosh.-r convalescent ..r nursing home, announced the ointments this week, atat %  at the Hon i set nd an be held oi Ma Th community supported, \ profit institution, also knjwn as BiWur Cholim, "is now in its seventh >ear of operation as the only kosher convalescent ho.ne in the area serving welfare and indigent patients" |C co d.ng to Mrs. Keisr, New I as -• lected bj Dinner Committee mem bera aa reflecting the ground breaking for a new 15-bed facility to be built adjacent to the exist log building, which will take place early this spring. The ultra modern addition will bring the Hometo tal capacity to 130 beds The new I\ appointed chairmen will shortlj announce the name i well known theatrical person alitj who will serve ceren i %  I annual %  'Man I Y, at ill also • %  st s %  ses f iinner an ents Gulfstream Opens Meet This Week Gulfstream Park was to begii %  seas 'ii Thurs la> amid indi [or record meeting Two rks have been s, I ev< n berace ".is run, and ihi dients for the establishment of tl i records durum the 43-daj -. --. m were present The track's purse distribution ol $1,979,138 will be an all-time high, nd so will the S47O.O00 devoted I stakes and features Other important records Cultstrcam's manage ment will be shooting at are attendance and mutuels. This task may be difficult, since Gulfstream was up 20 9 per cent in attendance and 11.4 in mutuels last year. However. Gulfstream has completed a 1750,000 construction pro-ram in the grandstand, doubling the space and providing man) new facilities (or patrons, including a cafeteria ami additional windows for handling twin double play. This along with the SI admission to the Annex, and ;he completion of main high speed arteries leading to the track, is expected to attract and hold new fans Optimism is expressed by both James Donn Sr., chairman oi Gulfstream'.s Board James Donn Jr pn i The set Donn said. "I am h lul v. e v. ass st year's si %  %  %  •' • the handicap, it thai • stars as Gu last •., %  ind I965's i %  ilorse ol N will be it th Cand) Spots and tl first I r finishers in ihe recent Widener—Primordial II, Hot Dust. V and Ti baldo — s T Dade Dentists Assist Variety Workmen's Circle branches here this week launched their 65th an nual membership campaign. Each branch has set as a goal at least 00 new members in order to send an honorary delegate to the liHiu national convention in New York One of the country's oldest national Jewish fraternal and cultural organizations, the \Yo:kncn's Circle was bunded in 1890 by a roupol skilled worfcoYs who want ed to work together for their own cultural enrichment and to provide a means of mutual protection through insurance and other benc tits in personal and family emergencies The Workmen's Circle, known in Yiddish as the "Arbeiter Ring," constitutes a cross-section of the American Jewish Community. The last rational convention of the organization adopted resolutions calling for increased federal aid to education, for liberalizing U.S. immigration laws, and strengthening civil rights legislation. I'nder the supervision ol the United States Information A the Workmen's Circle initiated community project for Books from i a in a r iou s si throughout the countrj G Miami Branches were the first such project initiated under the aegis of the Greater Miami Bo< ks i Committee Among t h e national and lot a projects this year are "The War on Poverty" and 'Books l.S A." Miami branches v\ill sponsor a local Books U.S.A. project this spring and summer Currently there are six branches here, including English • speaking and Yiddish-speaking, i n Miami. Miami Beach and North Miami Beach. There are two I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circle Schools, and on the planning board is a third one in the North Dade area. The organization sponsors a choral group, directed by Ben Yomen. lectures and forums. The I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circli will host Jack I). Gordon, n of the Dade Count) Bo ird lie Education, as us ni XI on Tuesday, Mar n; 3rd St.. Miami. The Workmen's Circle er Miami office at 940 Mall has available for the the following A A short bibliograpl lie Jewish literature • A bibliography ol tl from Yiddish literature • "Who Need> Yiddish' ,\ study of Language and I Joseph c. Landis, asso< sor of English at Queen i ^SW > %  Registration Open At Or Olom Mrs Eli King president Board ol Education. Temple Or 01 m -or> Kindergarten School, ses that regi %  %  %  ncei • sci %  in all are..ol arts and 11 aft -. st rj • telling, tnusu rhyth BYRON TOPOt Normandy Isle Residents Meet For '65 Appeal Byron .1. Topol. a leader in both! the Trades and Residents Division.'! of the 1965 Combined J< ;-h A; i peal, has invited his Nnrmaitdjl Isle neighbors to be hibreakfast on behalf of CJA thu| Sunday at 10 a.m. The event will take place ai tn-'j Washington Eederal 5a' |M Loan Association Audii Normandy Dr.. and I all Normandy Islet join him in learnii 1965 Con ni %  utstan hn \ -• j %  Mayor Richard %  ': .%  est sp %  vice on Ft ject will be Wl n Maj T of Miami B< i Counts %  \ %  ty Chil I 1 %  %  Jroe Sis-ers Tog Day •ueviousK T r a ilv at Aqudath Israel. Th r currnnl 400 membeis. Clii le Or Olom N M< sdames D N ".lesdanv. Scui Penick. dir d GokUx a. Geois: and Mrs. Sol Cols-:



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!! % %  — % %  Page I4-B -Jenisfi ncridian Friday, March 5. ;Q\ at ^Aiitzva/t Kenneth Docks Woyi Omel Joseph Maer Murray Silverstein, wil be Wayne Omel On Saturday morning, Mar. 6. Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. DonOmel. will be Bar Mitzvah during North Dade. er ReUgAus School and la Wayne is a seventh grade rtunember oi ihc Youth Group. dent at North Miami Junior High Pal| | W|M bt honored at th and Temple Sinai's Religious 0ne „ Sn lbbuf 0 n Friday evening Teens to Hear Harry Simonhoff Miami attornev anil author. iwill be gue t speaki Temple Menor ikiasl on Sunday spe on Jewish ,... ;. and Jewish R i nple Men irah .. s] si • e breakfa i Hewing the meal, the V -. v. ho ill participate in he city-wide I -Y Dance fe o b • held in the temple social iali on May '.. will meet lor re earsal atllnm \ Wle uH>nroMhree Mka dealing with American Bar jews Uitzvah at the Israelite Center Paul is in the seventh grade .t shenandoah Junior High. 11 at Temple Sinai | s ; student at the Israelite Ona USY'ers will also meet on Sunlaj night to plan participation in he Southeast Region USY con ,c;\ion taking piaci in Miami h (.n Mar. 19 10 21. Greek Forum School. His lavorite game is loot||' i s '"*pa7ents will sponsor the Kid Al RAflrh "Y* ball, and bis hobbies are stamp Ush foliowinsj Saturday morning **" %  *^*"*" and coin collecting. A memj er "t the Science Club '.i-u.il Club, the cele! Is entering a proj ct in the |e i e Fair on the subject of ant er Joseph M*er \ K ill follow th. Bar ph Maer • rning, Mar 6, al Beth T "• i is %  %  Mr ..".i Wallace N 675 Tamil and is in the il Kmlnch Park services, and are also honoring A new cultural forum. The lim at a buffet supper at their Golden Age . i. • dr ....! Mrs Dan i 1051 St.. N Beat i. will be Bar Miteemi Vesl in irmg the • ;,n for Bar M er al „ K. Kenneth Dack* Martin Forster Martin, son et Mr. and Mrs I.e. horsier. 6316 SW 10th Si., will bl ailed t" (he TOYah as a Bat Hit! i ah on Saturdaj. Mar 6 al Tern lie /..on. The celebrant, ho prefers to be ailed '.Marly.'' im the -' %  venth ri de at West Miami Junior High, and his favoriti st I ieel i lath Be plaj the French hor •i the school h..n.I and has been ihe piano for six years kith u| ii his music stud) is in fh al field, he collects rock '1 records. Martin, wh ii 11; bet r bj Rabbi Alfred .'. of four lectures and discussions ill begin Wednesday evening. War IT. B:15 p.m al fte Miami leach YMfl \. 1586 r,..\ Rd. Mi Clayton Fein, chairman ot he series, announced that ^tiest rer wi I be Dr John F. Hall, %  soc ate | ii< % %  i. Departmen :uma i ie Unit ei sitj of Miami Dr. Hall is a specialist in Ii ...'. n. lie lived ir c i • in reece, where he 8id ex ch. Ei ch si ssi n" %  %  %  \ a hall hours on I ;i ( .•-;\ e W <• 1 imat%  Pcu! Silverstein Mrs Crowd Cheers Lombardo, BcsSe A turn-away cro I i eered Sun KAY KAKOL Miami City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz (riqht ues z official proclamation to Henry Oxell, chief barker of Va: .--• %  ; Club, designa ,; ng celebration of Variety Week in The service organization is sponsor of Variety Children's H.spital. the na'ionally known pediatric ceVter. UN Association to Install Officers; Dr. Stanford Slated as Guest Speaker During services Satur Ii Mi : 6 in Beth David S} na 1 h us sen ia : ,t sh • h Juni where he plays clat He iinti n c .n collecting and alhlt I it • Murray Packs. son ol pioneer members bl Beth David Congrcganight at the Starlight Roof tion was also Bar Mitzvah at • Dual Beach Hotel wen :he Beth David. Mrs Dacks ipresi"sweetest music this side ol heav (Jenl of Beth David si-terhood. en." Guy Lombardo and his orThe celebrant will be honore I chestra, blended with the mosl at the K'ddush following services explosive sound in jazz. Count Baand at a formal dinner in Spec sie and his group. ; tor Hall on Saturday evening. Yorajist Joe Williams, a former! Grandparents, Mrs. Jean Green long-time regular with Count I berg and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Basic, rejoined his old boss lor a Dacks. all of Miami, will he among set of vocals, including his those attending the celebration, famed rendition of •Everyday." and Dixieland Jazz great. Phil, Ira GUiberman .Napoleon, joined the Lombardo| 0n Satlirday morning. Mar. 6. Youth Camp Jamboree of Stars group tor a solo. %  a T( mp | e 0r 0 j om Ira ^ of at Midmi Beach Convention Hall The Jamboree was held in honM r am| Mfs A bi n Gleibt rman 0P Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. or of Count Basic s final night of .•„ ^ „ ;„„>, • ,, a two-week stand at the Doral. *'" *. Bar Ml,z \" h On^ally scheduled tor two Beach in a booking which had him i ,ra ls a seventh grade student tf&tts the show will be presentand Guv Lombardo plaving under a < w M,a, J,inior Hitsh. where ed only on Tuesday. Monday night ; the same roof. Lombardo and his h s bt st subject is science. He also tickets will be honored at the Royal Canadians continue playing| Participates in sports Tuesday evening performance. Attending the Bar Miztvah will Arnie Barnett and his orches be his great-grandmother from lra will back up the many ton Far Rockaway, NY., Mrs. Yetta stars making guest appearances. Eisenstein, his grandparent-. Mr. Acts to appear include Marsl ind Mrs. Max Gleiberman. Miami and Adams, comedy team; Jimim teach, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J Roma, musical act: Phyllis Aeinberger. Bayonne. N.J. Branch, novelty singer; Holly A reception in the celebrant's Warren, society songstress; K a honor will be held at the temple in Karol, comedy ventriloquist Pythian Camp Star Jamboree Tuesday Evening A variety show, providing three hours of entertainment starring 1 comedian E d d i e Schaffer as master of ceremonies, was announced this week for the Pythian Miami Beach Chapter ol the Nal ons \-M iatlon win a nual in1 %  • '" %  Si tin aj Mar 13 B p.m.. ct %  Al % %  Hoti 1 wii; K"i> i %  %  i Sen. 1 mast"! Nal II be iven bj Vli is A i rab i be fol %  lo t!n I n i 1 I : ano R. I I.ihi arj. Principal address will be deh\. re : by Dr Henrj Kii ford, piesi lent ..I the I ; %  i stt; o! Mia i n:icers to be > • •.. 1 r-otl R .. \ %  '; a' • %  p < %  < •' %  • H %  I A Iviso '• Beard SJ'fn v D. Ars.n Mrs. M.ir'c .. > y.-.trL! .!. Bernr, Ju^-c ,'•' ten Fel'cr, Hyman Galbot, Wa!ly Giuck, Jack D. Gordon, Mayor Charles F Hall, James I. Ke 1 le -, Larry Kinc;, lev Kp.ia.i, Rabbi Leon Kroniih, Doris Lee, Dr. Irving Lebrman. Dr. So'omon Lichter, Mrs. Anna Bren. nsr Meyers, Leo Mint"in, Hy Morris, Joel P. Newman, Kenneth Oka, Gen. Elliott Roosevelt, Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Burnett Roth, Parks Rusk, Rev. R. Wiley Scott, Irvin Schindler, Miss Laura J. Shepard, Judge Harold B. Spaet, George Wolpert. Entertainment will be provided iy Napoleon Reed Dr, .Stanford, the guest speaker, is a native of Atlanta. Ga He has arneil di grees from Emon I r versity, the Unlversit; and New Yi rk L'ni' did postgra lual • sti ve'sity ol Held Ih i He came to thi the Ul %  he was presid • I ft u I9g2 Dur n th he visit< d schoi %  n Leningrad, : 'More recently, he tensively in tht \r. and Israel V • %  '. V:RAM' T^AO'T.G CO^SElVATiVE OMG'.'-.. -'. 2"?5 '.-•'! i In n S-.J h-^t SIEXS V00H5 I CAWTOX TE'.CHER wit!; ... 1 I u -i • '-il %  • ro ii '. %  I .., Box 297.1, rV nr I i • • CtlARlES THE TAILOR .•.,.. .. lAOES'MdMEif S Alii I /..i^ ftin-! 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I .,,. t) ltl ,,, will be the cantata, "Esther Ha existing camps. ma *J" onsored by the Pasl Chancel Musical evening is sel for Sunlor's Vi a Iatlon. the program is Mar M, 8 p.m., at the Jewish supported b) all ten lodges ol ihel Cultural Center. 428 Lenox Ave Knight ol Pythias in the Mrs. Hose Leeds is president Miami area. iational AirHnes Business Up National Airlines carried 2.715. 112 ton miles ot cargo in .lanu.tiy. in increase of 20 percent over I 2.270,520 ton miles carried in the ;ame month last year, according lo o. M Foxworth. director ui oirr. o salt s and service Air freight eiup go peVcent. from 1.658.511 I in January, 1964 to l11.892 ton miles Air mail ine I 21 pen-cut. .\jlll the I na 1 carried up to (i()4,855 ton Young Israeli Girl (22 yrs. old) STUDENT, SEEKS J REASONABLE ROOM cr e Smoll >•lu., a cor and will ••" Tel: JE 2-5985 ___-"*l FOR SALE :Y 0-.YWER-CA.S.-3 Btdrrr.. 2 *•* .ovily Kitchen, W.W. Corpf. 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.: ay. March 5. 1965 + A l*ti Mr riot/sir vitt Elected President Florida Unit itt, head of a Coral based public relations been elected president Florida Chapter of the Pub,,i ma Society <>f America. installed on Mar. is Bay Yacht and Country \ outgoing president, Stuart ,n. o| Miami Beach. officers elected to serve roup tor 198546 are Har; a i 'I n e r, vice president; .i C nn. secretary; aiu uichetak, treasurer, .i iff is currently secretary : RSA. He forrred hi own \r in 1960, after serving as \~ correspondent with the •td Press and three years an advertising-public re•: -a firm. that, he >pent four in naval public relations ating from the I'niverM ,:!iii. He i> a member of Delia Chi. professional lisn fraternity; a directMade County Youni; Club; director of ,e Or Olom; and the State phelia Foundation. He i s in the YMHA and Yacht and Country Paqe 15-B OlttHU ries SHABSIS HI.Mll.V, IIKV of 211." Waahington Ave, Mliiml Reach, iraaaed auay Kfb. i'i HiH-IIH here _'-' V< >r dug from \, w y,,, u t'iiy. II.wan H member of ConKI .-.,ii,.n Kcth Tfllah, SSIonlai i ii gnnlitutlon ..r America, Jewish II..in, r..r the Aged, Clt> of Hope Survli Inn are his wife Marie, will %  bmeph. Servii were Peb _'.'. nl Rlvi vide Chnpel, Alton Rd, Intel in.in nu in Mi. SI mi I Cenieteri LEGAL NOTICE GREENBERG the era tic active Ba> II. iu~ wife. Geri, and two j;en live at 7890 S\V 17th St. 0N IfV/TT Iverman Will % licit CJA Area Bay Harbor %  S .1 lee" i p psted I, A I I | 1 |l .1 tl it i. ;. I erman, of Ba> Harbor volunteered hi >erv ir.e man "Clean-Up Consolicit all Bay Harbor io have not as yet parthe 19C5 Combined peal. "I • efforts are a follow. Harbor Residents al the home ol Mr. i Rosen Jewish Appeal's goal yeai," Silverman said. %  each of us. pernake sure that everj Rtribution will be made .n %  mr. A leading trio of residents of Mimosa Apartments who contributed to the success of their first Combined Jewish Appeal cocktail meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Molasky includes (left to right) Meyer Kronenberg, A. J. Molasky and Abe Kutath. Dr. Prinz Elected Chief of Conference of Major American Jewish Organizations By Special Report Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark. N.J.. national president of the American Jewish Congress, has been elected chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. The Conference, composed of the leaders of 20 national religious and lay organizations, is the most representative and comprehensive grouping of Jewish organizations in the country One of the ten founding chairmen of the 1963 March on Washington who addressed the throng at Lincoln Memorial and later met with President Kennedy, Dr, Prinz deepl) impressed the 200.000 demonstrators and the millions watchin.: and listening on TV and ra dio when he declared: "Bigotry and hatred are not the most urgent problem. The most urgent, the most disgraceI ful, the most shameful and the most tragic problem is silence America must not become a natirn of onlookers. America must not remain silent." Born in Germany in 1902. Dr. Prinz was a rabbi in the Jewish community of Berlin from 1925 to 1937. He was one of the first Jewish leaders in Germany to speak out against Nazism and to urge the immediate mass migratlon of Jews from Europe to Palestine. Hitler's rise in 1933 only intensified Dr. Prinz's warnings from the pulpit. Disregarding his own personal safety, he preached fearlessly against the Nazi regime, not only in the synagogue but throughout Germany and Europe. Because of his attacks on the government, Dr. Prinz suffered repealed arrests by the Gestapo Finally, at the end ol 1937. he was expelled from Germany At the suggestion of Rabbi Stephen S Wise foremost leader ol Amer ican Jewry, he settled in the U.S. In 1940. he was named rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham of Newark. the oldest Jewish congregation in New Jersey, which he still serves In his adopted country. Dr. Prinz has become equally known as a fighter against racism and bigotry. In 1954. he challenged the libel at tack made upon him by the notori; ous anti-Semitic hate sheet "'Comi mon Sense.'' and won a landmark court victory. In 1960. in support of the courageous young "sit-in" | lemonstrators seeking to end seg| rogation at lunch counters in the [ South, he led an AJCongress picket | line in front of Woolworth's on New York's Fifth Ave. JOSEPH, 71 leading member ..i Temple Emanii-EI Mini long-time Mln nil lleneh resident, • 11.-•) here I', h to. Horn in Poland, hi ram In thin iiren :: I year* ago and lived •" Hi nlllnh Ave, Mr. Oreenberg wan .i vice prealdeni ..i the F"ortj N'in. i> n( Temple Emanu-fil and a mentlier of H'nal R'l-lth, Mason* and Klka. He isurvived l>\ two daughter*, Mr*. Daniel Dubbin, ..t Miami lleach, ami Mr*, Jack Block, ..f Miami: five nutter*. Mr*, Midi) Riwnxwelg, Mr*. IN-lln •ireeiibaum and Mrs. Yetta flllckIIKIII. .Miiini, mid Mrs. Dora Kaplan ..ml Mrs Anna Schwartz, New Tork City: two brother*, Jacob Oreenberg, Miami Beach, and Hytniin rireunberg, New York Cltvi ll grnn'Mitlitren and one grea'tgrandnhjld. Services were al Riverside Mi..n ICIMIII Chapel, with burial In Mi. Ni bu Cemetci > RICHTER HERBERT. \:<. uf Stllli S\V I ...i I. Ml. lid died l-M. t%. He rame here si\ \..ii-> .-,,, fmm i,,„, K i-. land, N V.. :iinl wa naaoclated whli the Kood Kair stores for JO year*. Surviving nre li i~ wife Vlvle ; si.n. Mehardi daughter Diam brothei MUtvn, all .,f Miami: *t*r*r Mrs. Leaore Brenner. ni Philadelphia. Service* ware held Mar. i' In Riverside Douglas Itoad Chapel, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring tu engage In business undei tinNi-tithnis nami f MI'IMEI. I AHIth's al li',', %  llnj Road, Miami Reach, Klorida, ,in,mis tu % %  l*ti I paid name li li the 'l. rk i 'n cull i 'ui i i.i I Hide < ',"1111 I ROUEKT CKRINliKR HKNRY M. VVAITZKIN An-.riu-\ fur Rnberl iierlug*l WaiUkln Law lluild ITT" Suns Snucl Ulvd North Miami, Florida 3 :,-l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66127 IN RK: Entitle ,.; I K RAKI IKK 11.-.-a.-..I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All li rsons Having Claims .,i 11.-111:111.is JtBtilasi Kild listuti You nre hen b> notified and required io |iii-s. -II, nn,\ claim* and demands which you innv lla>Ma again*! thi state %  •! I\I 'K I:AI':I >>:K d< ceaseil I r I laile Coiinl Pin to the I-,.linn .iii.ii;,s of i>g. Count: and file the same In ilujuib'ate nun as provided In Section T:',:i.n.. vlnrida Statutes, iii their office* iaiiUt* County I'OIII tht.us.in Hade County, l-'luIdu, within six calendar ntntinis from the time of the lirst ptlbUduttuB hereof nl' tile salll.will INballfil. I in ted ai Miami. I io lint, ri, -_ %  t ,. t day of March, -\.l>. I96."i. MARTHA ln:. MAX As Bxecui 11\ Kirsl fllhlicit 11. .ii in llns IP, li. ,i the '.ih duj ..I iiari li. i". .. i'l"l'l.i:i: K EfltoNSON A 1 I. .111. > for Kx.-eiltliN ill.' Aiti.-I. %  > Uldg., Miami. I-1 i :: :.-l!-ltf-26 JAFFE PRANK, S5. of '..Km sw ^7th Ave., ear in RMJ0. Sm\ i\ inu ,n, his wife Mai |orle: "istei Mr* Harold Markowlu, ralr l a n. \ .1 nnil brother, Lai i \ l.n fee, i ilfton. N..I. >, %  > i. held Mai Tl' DR. JOACHIM PRINZ analysis of the impact on the American Jewish community of the creation of the State of Israel and the American democratic experience. His newest hook. "The Popes from the Ghettoes." will he published in the fall of 1965. In 1962. and again in 1964. Dr. I'rinz led an American Jewish delegation at the AJCongress-sponsored "Dialogue" in Israel, a unique cultural exchange bringing together leading American Jews and Israelis for discussions of major issues of mutual concern. In June, 1962, Dr. Prim was honored at a testimonial dinne, marking his 60th birthday and the 25th anniversary of his arrival in the U.S. Tributes to Dr. Prinz came from around the world. Prime Minister Ben Gurion of Israel sent a personal message The surviving Jewish community of Berlin recalled Dr I'rinz >. "courage in giving strength and faith at the beginning ol an epoch of doom." Dr. I'rinz lives in Orange. N I lie is married and the father ol five children, including a son Jonathan, who is associate rabbi to his father. Maxwell Galleries Features Finest Maxwell Galleries. 7321 NE 2nd •Ave.. Miami, features a colI lection of America's finest decorator and home furnishing lines to asuist the professional to present to his clients the very best in quality merchandise. i While the galleries will be a closed showroom, exclusively for the conveniece of those accredited %  in the trade and professions, con| iumeis may take advantage of the j displays when accompanied byi professionals. Richard I". Greenfield it vice | president, with Robert C. Beck, I sales manager; Ada Faber, coor! dinator; and Nancy Pope, NSID, show room designer. 4 W SIIVIRMAN In 1964, he led a group of American Jewish Congress leaders protesting a libelous anti-Israel mural in the Jordanian Pavilion at the World's Fair. The .gioup was arrested and later acquitted in a precedentsetting decision. Dr I'nn/ is the author of "Dilemma of the Modern Jev an Young Marrieds Plan Charades Temple Menorah Young Married Couples Association wiU meet Saturday night for a game program entitled "Chum Charades." Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glickman. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mishkin. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siegel will host the evening and arrange the entertainment. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOfl DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2364 W. .1. |I|:I\I:K. a> Administrator of Veteran.Allail>. all IHI1..1 ,.! Hi. L'nited States ..I America, and bin HUceesKorn In nucli ntflee, and bin "i their uralim*. Plain tiff, AXCKI. L-ris VI:I.I:Z. .1 ux, el al, I VI'.mlain-. NOTICE OF SUIT W'IKI. I.IIS VKI.KZ ami .MM-: VKI.KZ, hiwife, ii living, Including any unknown H| -• ., said 1 ii 1. ml.nn.If ih. > have n married, and ii dead, their unknown heir*, devisee*, foranteev, ^1IKIII • -. ft Iinra, In nor*, IIU-II..-. and all other pereoni • H ining li>. through, undi r oi lUtuinvl ih— 1'. nilaiiili,,-.I 1 > III > I lit,', T1, %  \V 11 Vi 'I AKK HKKKUV M 'TIKrEli thai .1 -..11 hue been brought agabun vou i.v VV. J. I'CIVKl:. .,Admhiiatrator • 1 Veterans Afinirw, an Officer of the L'nited Sta-tee ol Anierlia, ami hla 1 %  in .-neh office, anil Inor their aaaigne, to forecloae a mortgage n, amoei ing : n. fotlun lug dew rlbi d ii.,,.,.i>. to-ult: Lot Is, in Block -'-. "i I li:ST ADDITH..V TO MVKII.i: UUoVK, Being tu the I'lai ill, 11-,.I. a.r. I oriled in I 'Lit Book .. al Page S ol the Public Itecoruti ol Uade County, I'lmnla: ami you at, iiiuiit'eil I" file \11ur ;m5 .1 ii li E B. I., aih.Tin.111. 1 llei k ol ihe Circuit Court ol Daile County. |.'lori,i;i. at the Courthouae in Hlanil, l-l.n-iila. on IT before A,nil .".. 1965, and to serve a rony uf auch anawer ii|inii I'laimitt ".attorney, DAVID r i.'A 1>.MAN. win.-, addreati In 101 i:a-i 1 lau'lei Street, Miami, l-'lnii.la, on % %  • i..i' ri i-ani date, a.required by the laws of Florida. II you fail to >!' *... tincomplain! will l>, t.ik.'ii aei.iiie.--i il bO you .nni a Decree Pro Confeeao will be entered ug^ilnel you for the relief demanded in the complaint. i'ATKN al Miami, r'iurldn, thi3rd da) ol March, IH65. K. i:. I.KA'I'HI:I:MAN I .. rk of the Circuit i %  •nil l 'a.ii Count) I'lui hi.i i-ali By: C I'. i'i'I'l.l.AM' l leputy Clerk DAVID P I AT.-.M.\.\. l'..-i|llile 101 i: Plagler Sti eel Miami, Kim luu B ,-l-;-' Architect to be Speaker "Human Emotions and Religion as Manifested In Synagogue Architecture" will be the topic ol a talk bj Morris Lapidus during Discussion Sabbath ;ii Temple Judea on Fridaj evening RKMAM GSHHfltlD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NMTH'K IS HKRKBY I.IVKN that the uuderalgm d, desiring to i nj i %  l.ii-im -iiii.l.-i the I'iiiiiinns n.ini.nl l-'l l.'I'nN i'l.-ll MAHKKT al 516 Bei W.iy, Miami Beach Intende to reglatei -., i-i nami with i he Clerk of I 'ail. i 'ount) M VR INO \K'> 'NllKI.O A M.I \ iv. I v :: 3-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 2261 | PATRICIA M Ni:\\ i i i.Mi:i: SMI'I'I I I ialntiff. \ V'KUNl i.V WRK1HT SMITH, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE i'i i v.in-iti Wt ighl Smith 358 :: Avenue .\,w K< naingCOn, Pltteburgki Penna) Ivan i v,,.. v. non VVi Ighl smith, are liei-.-iii notified thai a Hill in Complalnt for Divorce has been filed aguinst you, and you are required to -i IV. a cop) ni' your Anawer or Pleadiin; I,, the Bill of Complaint on the nainiiir-. attorney, HKNRY M WAIT7.KIN. I77i> SamBouol Blvd., Nollli Miami. Florida ami file 111. original Anawer ••!* Pleading in the : the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on inbefore the r.th day of April. 1!"'..". tf you fail to do so. jtuK: m, in D) il. fault will intaken againat yon for the relief demanded In the BUI ot i 'omplaint. Tiiinotice -iiaii be publlahed once each week for four ronaeeutlve weeka in THE JEWISH l''l.iii:ilMA.N. in I\I: AM' ORDERED at Mian I rioriiia. tin1st da) of March, A.D. 17. Ii LEATHERS! \N. Clerk. 'ourl. I '.in, i '..inn v Kim Ida R) .1 I NELSON I'.-imn Clerk HENRY M VVAITZKIN VVaita I : .i ding



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"dfewjislh Floridian Micjr.i. Florida. Friday, March 5. 1965 Section C Yiddish Dictionary Finds Home at N. Y. City College In February, 1963. Dr. Israel JSteinbaum sat in the offices ol j'I'lii lewish Floridian and doIgcribi a vision: a monumental Mask being being undertaken by III;,. Yiddish Scientific Institute I Yivo n New York — the comIpilatu • Of the Great Dictionary |, ih< Yiddish Language. Fui • were, ol course, as great %  liment to the fulfillment |i thi vision as the scholars nee,.-.ii to bring the task to frui%  tii.ii he Yivo committee dediI, it, u had already broughi |, • me I ol the total project inroad into the "Al ph" lentrii reek, Di Steinbaum, a Beach winter visitor was li i,. and now with .i tar |l oul MO ,:istifu.e or Clddith i"xiv.liich will be responsible compilation of the dicr,,ib bi en established %  it City Co.'lege, Dr. Steinbajm reported. The project is b unde^aken, he laid, w th tne and most urderstaitding cooperation cf Dr. Bcell C. Gallagher, president of CCNtf rojeel i expel t. I 11 take and COS) some $1 Steinbaum declared m to providing the acideniii setting for work on the k the Institute is exi to establish weekly semi Bars ,n Yiddish lexicology and kl ati scholarly and cultural Interest in the Yiddish language |aml heritage. The study of the evolution of the language provides | means of tracing and underV the cultural history of the Lie wish people and their migrations Gallagher accepted the project with the deepest sympa |th\ and understanding," accord Dr Steinbaum, '"and we lare extremely happy about it. be1 the work needed some connection with a well-established institution ol higher learning." '•Work on the Yiddish language jdationarj dates hack to April. During World War II. the ***L... CR. 3U£tt G. CALinCHlR DR. GUST&VE KOSINBIRC Jewish Center ol Eastern Europe, heartland of the Yiddish language, was destroyed. "What we aim to do in the die tionary is to compile more than, an alphabetical listing of words. When complete, it should stand as a monument to 1,100 years of Jewish culture in the sociologic, psychohistoric.il and literary sense," Dr. Steinbaum declared Dr. Steinbaum said that a leading figure in laying the proposition before Dr. Gallagher was Dr. Gustave Rosenberg, chairman of the Board of Higher Education of the City of New York. In January, the board unanimously approved a draft resolution linking the dictionary project with the academic facilities ol CC'NY. Dr. Steinbaum explained •Incidentally." he added. "Dr. Rosenberg was the man instrumental HI having Ihe City c uncil ol New York pass a regulation i losing all schools on Rosh Hashon a and Yom Kippur so thai children no longer need parental ex such absences li li Yiddish lexicolo sts, Judah A J ffe and Yudel Mark, an net \ ing as editors in ih.t-i u| the project The first olume iexpected to be publed during the early part of 6 "In addition," he said, "we have a card file ol some 160 wcrds and ex| ressions collected from all parts ol the world tha i < mam to be processed Prcf, Nathan Susskind. of the City College Germanic and Slavic Languages Department, will rep resenl the college in the work of the Institute. Dr. Steinbaum serves as general secretary of the Dictionary Committee. "Because we have finally found an academic home doesn't mean that we no lorger bear the burden of financial responsibility for the project," Dr. Steinbaum cautioned. "Yivo and its Yiddish Dictionary Committee will continue to function as a fund-raising group to raise the money required by the Institute for the project." Thus far. the committee has raised approximately $230,000 to carry on the work up to the present time. Financial administration of the project will now be handled through the City College Research Foundation. Mrs. Max V. Coqen (left), president of the Women's Committee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, discusses plans for the Women's Committee Apr. 10 "Holiday in Spain" cocktail party and art thow with Leon Fisher (center), agency executive director, and Mrs. B. B. Goldstein, president of JFCS. Shulamit Aloni, Israel Lawyer and Radio Star, Here for College Campus Junket Temple Beth Shirah in South Dade recently woke ground and dedicated two acres of land adjacent to the present sanctuary for the TemP'es new Education Building. The building *JU be ready for the fall semester, and will av e 10 classrooms, a library and convertible chapel. Pictured with children of the school are (left to right) Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader of the Temple; Sherbert Weiss. Men's Club president; David Bendell, president of the Temple; Abe Smukler. treasurer; and Cantor Herman Gottleib. Turning the first shovel at the dedication is Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Shulamit Aloni. dark blonde Israel dynamo in her mid-thirties, will spend the next two months talking to American Jewish college students up and down the Eastern Seaboard under the aegis ol the IMA Bnai B'rith Hillcl Foundations In order to make ihe lecture tour. Mrs Aloni has tad to lc ave behind not onlj her husband and three young sons. I iw pri ctice. a teaching post and two flourishing radio pro grams on the Voice ol Israel She spoke here last week before [illel Foundation en the University ol Miami campus. The radio programs, dealing with legal interpretations of human rights, have become so popular that Shulamit Aloni is practically a one-woman civil liberties union in Israel. Or. as she says eheerfull>. "They come to me as to a rabbi Fifty letters a week, twice as many phone calls to her home and the radio station, personal visits, are all outgrowths of her programs. Guilt Feelings How will her family manage without her for two months. She says ruefully. "I have guilt feel Ings about leaving the children — I supose that makes me a modern woman." But she knows that her children have their father and grandmother to look after them. Whin Shulamit was a child during World War II and both her parents joined the British Army, she had to be sent to a children's village to be cared for. and nearly became a farmer. As for the multiple careers, they will be waiting for her when she jets back to Tel Aviv. For now "ier job is to interpret Israel to audiences ol B'nai B'rith Hillcl, he organization which provides a focal point for religious and cultural life to .lewish students and .'acuity members in colleges here Phis is her first visit to the United States It is being underwritten )>• the United Jewish Appeal, naionwide philanthropic organizaion, to intensity a deeper Involve .nent of American Jewish youth with the problems facing world lewry and a broader understandng of Israel's role in the creative mrvival of the Jewish people. She will lecture in English. %  1 have practiced my English very hard for this trip." she says confidently. Coordinated Sabra Everything about this native born Israeli is confident and coordinated. At no point in her bUSJ lile has she been limited to doing one thing at a time. She was barely 19. on her first teaching job and taking extra study courses besides at the Hebrew University, when Israel's War of lndcpendence broke out. She joined a Palmach (Commando) Unit and did her share of standing guard duty in the Old City of Jerusalem during the siege, but she also continued with her teaching. SHULAMIT ALONI When the war ended. Shulamit jumped in with both feet to help the new state grow and develop. She was one of the organizers of a primary school for new Immigrant children at Ramlah. then joined a kibbutz at Alimot and scon was both teaching and active as a youth guide and leader. Always open to suggestion, she now listened to one of her former teachers. Prof Ben Zion Dinur. who had become Minister of Education but had not forgotten his alert pupil's special gifts. He felt that Shulamit's keen interest in Israel's newcomers and their problems would benefit from a knowledge ol law, civics and political science The law would enable her to give old settlers and new immigrants alike instructions on their rights and privileges. All she had to do was go back to school. Studies Law Accordingly, she left the kibbutz to study at the Hebrew Universit) Law School in Tel Aviv, and at the same time took a job teaching in a Tel Aviv High School. She added a Master of Jurisprudence to her Bachelor ol Arts Now she could lecture on such social themes as "The Child and Family Welfare." Soon it was recognized that Shulamit was capable of reaching larger audiences via radio. Her lust spot was Women's Corner." a weekly program on which she gives legal advice to women. Highly popular, it Is in its eighth year on Kol Israel, the state radio. She still teaches citizenship and political science in the upper classes of high school, and lectures to adults In the outlying districts of Israel She is tne wife of Reuven Alo li, deputy director general of Israel's Land Administration, and the mother of Ehud 5. Nimrod 9. and Dror. (Hebrew for "Freedom"), born 12 years ago on the fifth anniversary of Israel's Day of Independence. She tries very hard to spend some part of each day with her children "even if it means dust in my home."



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Page 2-C *V /*#• fk^ridHar Friday. March 5, 1965 By EPYTHE SCHINPLER Old Vienna Now but a Memory It is written that "'To every thin* there is a season. ." Yet i t sometimes happens that a man lives out of his time Fred 'i>Mhlrr. entertainer, is sueh a man. His time was yesteryear, vhen >ongs were mefcMfes that set the heart to yearning antf bodies to gracefully gririife! Hi?Lace was old Vienna where, in.lecd. he was horn. He should be sitting at a si.-ie%  .alk cafe. The music should he Strauss, the ladies discreet. His rogue's blue eyes ivou'd co*n)hni.-nt each one. Then h~ would wamdor inside where the piano waited fie would play, now .< song I his own making, now in aria Iron Puccini Now V :n Cfrman. in Yiddish. Voices roufd lift to ioin his and. trerwould be time for dreaming and a mis PKHUK the old syfe Acquiring her mother's affinity for show business. Dobbie Cowan celebrates her seventh birthday Jan. 31 with "Aunt Peggy" Lee at the Diplomat Hotel. QeHcal cAiW a cT/ojnca(? 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Dm Fred Pichler is in MM mi Beach, where be lives at 14fi-> utw N Ave.. and divides hi.time between playing club dates and giving benefit performances. Re cently, he entertained at a birthday party at the Jewish Home for the Aged He sans Yiddish folk • i igs. The OW People "The; sane along wii'i me," he -aid. -Still they seemed to enj-ay my piano -electionIrom cpera best of all One little old lad] told me she could have i tmced all night. There is no bet. •>r tun than entertaining old people." Mi Pileher intersperses livelj chatter between himusical selections Debonair, with J charming >vnl ol an accent in his speech he might be lulled as %  Vicnn -s ,KU i Borge C ei'ta nij. I u s as i ii \ ei i I .. nu >i \.. joun; ma i in Vii rn studie I the piano and trained as an actor with the famous comeilax -Ten'-: who also taught Yiddish n tur ed to • i n came %  cun : %  na "In Lor.< msi< %  aim .' ei iteh, an my style iid be tno con tinenti Noa I ichler has just completed a new composition, 1" blends bitier-sweel memories h rcmaoce. nendered by a dee throated chantrns.v the me!od> promises tn captivate, to haunt "When I entertain." raid Pich Icr. "my format is cultural and cducnt onal. I relate the story 0 the opera before I play and sonv of the history associated with the folk mush and old pic Toast of Town Pirfller paused IC remark thai the -ejection asked for most Ire Belle Plaia Social Club Social Club al Belle Plata Apt* 20 Island Ave.. Miami Death, ha; planned a dinner and show at \: Gale's Celebrity riuh on Sundn-nght in charge of party arrange ments ar. Arthur Bommerli Nal Wolfe and Mrs Francis Abra quently by Miami Beach audiences is "Hava Nageela." But to hear him play and sin* an old En|*4i tik sons, The flaggy Fofgy Dew"' or a Gerirum waltz. "Every Man Has His Quirk." Is to be transported back to a sweeter time when Fred I'iehler, a Contiirental entertainer would have been the toast ot uie L*n. to & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why be iw,l!Md fay rha elect' Liv.ne, dol in a >' %  <• ol KocV Tea* your carat inra the aeet. Re!a yoursall amid the fraai. Bif tarn* llthina, all day lane,. Reval al nifht with mint and i, A PARADISE? Yaw can fa. tare. Suaark dixm, la, the r(u t Accaaamadtatloxt? Th vary faa,. *i nativa cfaim tw yaw • rail. Wfaa.a il Ifll, alaca aharaal .a ...' Ju> 20 minurat I'aait rka u 5. coat' An I,land c.l tad Bahama Und Atura wr,. , and ba l.aa. Cam* back to tha B., Cama Cluk m Bimin,. s ANCHORS AWEIGH UaTITEl B,M|Ni %  nwisi FI N GCLue BIKINI IN THE BAHAMAS Rabbi Rosenberg At Beth Tcrah "The Bible and Psychiatry" au ttM topic of a talk b] Rabbi Stutn Kosenbera. a Cavalcade | Jgav i*m speaker, belore the \ haner Sisterhood ol i:. s Xotai L'onurecation naseting u Tuesrhj evening. Rabbi Rosenberg, oi Temple Bea Tzedec. Toronto, h.iColnmbia University, i> .-, gyaj, cated oewspaper column.>t. mj the author of nine books The idlest I igh-rise apcitment to plcn its iole in %  r-d'h .".. %  %  Hru.3. ?" ; %  •' lot Levin and Cc-c i %  A. R m I., al :' tin dui %  %  wl (ellow ] .. r Hcuse res on. or vmemmemx ,' ONLY AERONAVES OE MEXICO Offers nonstop DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to $ For only CITY 164 00 round trip In just 2 r-oyrs ?5 minutes yoj can be in gay ctt.ng MeiC0 City from Mian, vu Aeron.i.-. Mexico During your brief. GOfflfortaMe Highl eii|0y friendly 'rVelcorre. 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Friday, March 5, 1965 +Jeisti FkrHdHarj Page 3-C UN Jewish Center to be Organized By Special Report YORK—In the Immediate ol • ie United Nations, II be established the Jewthe United Nations. iiti itive for this project will im< i 5 tin' Sutton Place • %  earesl Housi ol Won the United Nau ich is currently celebra iOth anniversary, %  ncement was made by acob K .lavits. honorary ol the project, with Rab id B K ii %  spiritual leadMilton Freund, congrega • -uleni Wr,.r, completed, the Center will romplement the neighboring Church Center for the United Nations of the Protestant community and the Holy Family United Nations parish of the Catholic community. "The new edifice will serve as a bridge, fillint 'he needs of the local Jewi mmunity while ministering ;t the international family of the United Nations," Sen. Javits decli-red. I i liter will also make ties ivailable to all national .ii wish orhave consultative • thi I nited Nations lavits said that "it is sig that during i()o"5. desig International Cooperation N Jew ish Ci nter for the I'ni: is being established to Catholic and Protestant -. i\ ing the United Na>tablishment of the entei lor the United Na • xpression of faith it ire ni the United Nations and i' its vital endeaion for world pi ith justice and freedom." \ spiritual]} impressive sanctCOMf WITH ME TO NASSAUON T€ ,*.-> FLORIDA. / *fl SHALL ENJOY DANCING, | i' N N& 8-.'S";H)L COMFORT. K~-~""" MUSIC AMD TOGETHERNESS. TWO'S CHOOSE "HE S/S FLORIDA TO NASSAU Delicious meals, first class outside staterooms, dancing. tnirrlainment. recreation all aboard the gracious, newly "furbished and redecorated S/K Florida ... plus ihoppiag. ""•wry, nightlife, excitement > %  > beautiful Nassau! Swjtw Iri,l A|tnl lor full color folotf•' TMI HO STEAMSHIP CO. •V0Bo. l M -M >S m.. CI..MM1 3JI0I J** JIBS fl.lt. I lOWSIiMtl I****M Ft S MM ) search and study facilities, the Senator explained. Adjaceni co the library, a museum containing objects of art of Together with the Das Hammarhistorical significance to the Jewskjold Library at the United Na ish people will be housed. It is lions, and other religiously-related anticipated that member nations libraries in the United Nations JJK,'SL"!!! S, !"!" !" W\\ display the Jewish religious lifearea, it will offer excellent re-' of their country in the museum. JEWISH CENTER FOR THE UNITED NATIONS. nary, encased with •.tamed glass windows depicting the aspirations ol mankind's yearning for peace is being planned and will be designed bj .. world fami us artist. A significant section of the new Jewish Center will be its library, di voted to religion and international affairs it will provide a basic selection <>! reference work-. currently published books and pen odicals in the Held ot faith and world order. The library will serve as a study center for the relati ship ol Judaism and United Nations activities. It will serve as research quarters for clergy, scholars and students who are concerned with international affairs and particularly the contribution and role of Judaism in the area of concern. The library will seek to provide and distribute printed and audio-visual materials to other religiously related .groups and internationally oriented organizations. only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily flights and a special 17 hour excursion lare lo FREEP0RT22 special 17 hour excursion fare any flight after noon daily from miaml (regular lare $27.50 r/t-no time limit) 50 Joint Program At Beth David Some ISO members ol Beth David i ongregation lasl week attended the annual joint program ol Beth David Sisterhood and Men's Club. Featured was a panel discussion ol "Protestant, Jewish and Catho lie Approaches to Brotherhood." Participants included Harold Berke, co-chairman; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation and executive vice president. Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami; Fr. Donald Con nely, assistant pastor, St. Brendan's Catholic Chur c h; and Luther Pierce, executive secretary, Greater Miami Council of Churches. Mrs George Laskin, of Sisterhood, was co-chairman with Harold Berke. Phi Sig Alumnae March meeting o f Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami will be held on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Theodore Zalles. 4345 Post Ave. Plans for the spring social and the national convention will be discussed. You park free at any Sheraton anywhere in the whole, wide world -and that includes New York City. Who else gives you a bargain like this? Free parking at all Sheraton Hotels and Motor Inns. It's just one more extra value for travelers from Sheraton. 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Page 4 C *kni&ii ilcridf^-nr Friday, March 5. 1965 German Blunder By MAX LERNER Marc Chagall: Unique Artist 1 thought the Germans had a tradition of diplomacy, but I find 1 wrong. The behavior of the Erhard Government with Hast Ger: any, Israel and, Nasser's Egypt habeen clumsier and more bungling than anycne had "the right to expect. The West Germans BwellHW ed, almost overnight, in alienating liberal American opinion, making ITbrtcht ol East Grman* seem a more important figure than he is. giving Nasser one of his heady triumphs that he didn't deserve, and i mbHtering the Israelis for whom the post-Nazi Germans have, tried in the Last two decades to shape the image of a new and better German) \<> small achievement in blundering for any nation • • • What makes it worse is that it wit so unnecessary and that the West Germans got so little out of it. To start with, there was no reason tor Erhard to grow panicky when Nasser invited I'lbricht to Cairo. Either the HaJIstein Doctrine cthat West Germany would, cut relations with any government recog nizing East Germany) was tenable or it was not. If the Germans don't are maintain it any longer. In the face of the crumbling of the walls between East and West, then they should have announced its relaxa tion and let Nasser invite the Devil himself if he wished. On the other hand, if the Germans felt the Hall-stem Doctrine was Still viable, they should have warned Nasser they meant business, and trien — alter the I'lbricht trip — they >hould have done what they had ti do Instead the> panicked when Nasser threatened to go through with his move, and they did the unthinkable — they punished DOt Nasser but kui enemy. Israel. The backdrop of this tragi-farce was scarcely one the Germans should have wished to draw to the world's attention. The Germans had only recentl) announced the ending ol the statute ol limitations on the prosecution of the Nazi genocide criminals Nasser had for some years vowed to finish the extermination of the Jews who had escaped from Nazi Europe to Israel He hsd been employing former Nazis as scientists and technicians to help him with rocket develop i <-nl 111 order to achieve that von Now, against this backdrop, the German Government to ap ea Nasser, make him happ> and perhaps gel him to renege on Ins laed hospitality to i'lbricht — decided to stop immediately their I aid to Israel Ami. wonder of wonders. Nas-ser accepted this un Windfall And. again wonder <>f wanders, he decided alter an B through not only with bis invitation to I'lbricht but with a state recaption which could onh be a slap in the tace at Erhard aiul his gO> cut tad now Erhard gets up in the Bundestag and berates Nasser for .t having kepi his faith Thai Is to say, Ihe Germans thought that failure to keep faith either with Israel or their own prin• ie> had l* i Bat he wouldn't staj boug • • • No one pretends that national diplomacy can be conducted in a hOOl Since .iii the heads ol state have appeal! — the national interest as the overriding cons Jit> >till something rotten in it And when •wrnment to stop the shipment to Israel — arms which alone could balance what the Nai %  Lists are doii for Nasser then finally and foi tima there ,, .,, i i ••••..-on oi state • • • Every government has a right to its quota of blunders, even when nl them la S massive one But when you get a convergence of massive blunders, as in this case, then it begins to stagger credibility. The Jewish organizations in the US. are protesting, for whattheir voice ma) count Liberal church and trade union organizations are protesting. Sometimes the protest springs clearly trim deep feeling Onl) Sometimes, ain the case of the statement of MorI Abram. head of the American Jewish Committee, on the statute of limitations question, it is also a calmly but powerfully reasoned legal and political argument An aroused American opinion and an aroused world moral sense cm hurt the West Germans, just at the time when they seemed to be taking 'heir place with decency in the community of nations. But even if the) didn't care much about world opinion, they might reflect on the political iron) of their position. DeGaulle. whose considerable aid Egypt m. spurred Erhard to compete with him in being gracious t" Nasser, will now be in an even stronger position with the fptiana than he was before the episode And the East Germai Communist government, which has refused to give up its dossiers on ar criminals in West Germany, is very likely to start making them public as soon si the Weal German statute of limitations is declared to !..i\ e run out It will %  Nasaef, 'be Communists and le Gaulle — an inter triad — who will have the last laugh on the Germans By DAVID SCHWARTZ uix< has arrived n t!i i country to supervise the ui the windows he stain d rr ihe United Nations buildings, iunique among painters. He i.probably the only world famous .iewi-h painici especially known tor his painting ol Jewish subjects. Hcmbrandt painted manv types ol Jews, but he was ufii a Jew himself. Ltsualb %  ish content is supposed to inter fens with worid acceptance, but tins ;> certainly not the case with Kcmbrancit and Chagall Becoming an artist was not eas\ for one born in the Russian Jewish religious environment in which Chagall was raised. Jewish life was too uncertain tor parents to encourage their children to embrace so unsteady a calling as art. It's like the story of the Jewish boy in the Bronx who told his mother that he wanted to be a wrestler. "fine. said his mother, "but first be a dentist." It is told of Antokolski, a Jew who became accepted as Russia's greatest sculptor, that when his father caught him carving wood, the boy would get a good strapping. Yet one day young Antokolski Had the satisfaction of seeing the Cxar himself come to view his work. During the last three or four decades however. Jewish painters have become quite numerous, including some outstanding ones, such as Plsarro, Modigliani and Sotitine. Someone once described Pisarro as looking like the patriarch Abraham but actually he did not identify himself as a .lew until the Dreyfus trial. That brought out the Jew in him as it did in Ilerzl. (Leave it to the anti-Semites t0 make gOOd .lews of Us I Modigliani is said to have come from the Spinoza family, but he never identified himself particular!) as a le i In America. Max Weber and Ben Sbahn are o it ling painl \laik !....'; "as DIMM Baked ore the emerodern artwhal he ol a certain painter. He thai Ih painter seemod to be obe) ii\ • ins pictures bi re no resemblance to an) %  bin h a\ ens abot e or the earth below is esn -•> ; it Jews were kept from following art, because of this Pi'rlianl irjnnr'MM) aun-.t making representational images There are of course no difficulties about that • modern painting Modern ail prefers to merely sug gest resemblances, perhaps adner ing to the principle 'hat lUgget tion is more powerful than reality In the Talmud, as 1 recall, there is a statement to the effect that a little drop of water (ailing on the body is often more powerful than a whole bath tub. Kandinsky is said to have started his modernistic trend when he happened to turn his picture up side down and it looked better to him th*t way. In seems laughable, yet turning things up side down, contrary to their usual positions, may be a salutary practice for other things besides painting. It gives a fresh point of view. Ben-Gurion stands on his head every morning following the Yoga practice and finds it healthful. Some years ago, Ben Guiion said to Mane Ka'.z. the Israeli painter: "You know. I wanted to under stand the Greek philosophers, so 1 studied Greek and I now under r""'""''**"65 DODGE Other Fine C.irs $2*5 Per Day SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Mt.imi 17 Years Also A Complete Insurance Service Altmon Insurance & Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9*55 TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi lt %  %  r land %  u id i il i %  \ 1*1 oh ma! i hi i ma in the cas av


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Friday. March 5. 19tt ^JmMifhrtdiar Page 5-C {Jewish-Christian Ties Grow By Special Report si MARY'S, Kans.— A pioneer : Judaism -'• >ns< re i at Seminary, one of the maJ. ;,.. • %  ,.!.. i i' in we > • ., il i .;. re by a lei I ng on ChristianJewi ;h rei, ,„„ s "a breakthrough con, re sin | conun i r tai iding I Jew • M I .' 11 on Ihe part of a I up tJ Catii uc sem I i | ihe c u*',. ig se I. Iwo-daj i stitute, RabI, \i H. Tanenbaum, ol New Itor ol the fnterreltgioua I %  D 'parlmenl of the Amen |<..ii Jewish Committee, said that lilii' institute, thought to be the Lirst of its kind in America, has (-contributed significantly to the translation into reality of the Vat Iran Council declaration on CathBlic-Jewisn relations, which con. lains guidelines aimed at over-] roming anti-Semitism and advancing fraternal dialogue and mutual : i The institute, held Feb. 21 through 22, was sponsored by pay tone. Tempfe Holds Institute Institute on Juda I teal Minis %  i under the ausl pie Israel "I Daytona I | lesday, according to t menl by Rabbi U spiritual leader ol I n ii mei ly si r> ed i Za %  I • th Juda i and included disJe and his use n : \':^nu Becsch • hi en %  •n< il mana n % %  : MBM. eerelected include ,' Dorotl > C i %  inmuniti Sen iee *. OM and operato Ulan B Margolis, tl Dot I '!;, le S Kl< in Jr., and Attend services this week at your own place of wots/lip 4 RABBI MAffC TANtHBAUM the Jewish Community Relations Bureau of Kansas City in cooperation with the American Jewish Committee, ard St. Mary's College from two mid-west provinces of the Jesuit Order took part in the institute. Three areas "i common concern were explored by Rabin Tanenauni with ihe Jesuit seminarians: • First, the need tor Increased scholarly stud) and research in Christian-Jewish relations at the seminary level to help overcome onsiderable mutual ignorance and is, n. i mation • ; Ihe need to creati ne neans ol effective communication n l 'athol i seminarians a d .%  ii -.i c immtinirj thr IUI h i i ,-t contacts, seminars a id insti uti s, and specii ations; %  • Third, I lie r.ee \\ anci ommon w n ks i d jus ice in UK h •elatii -. rtj campai nd Intel nal ffain Weh omine t h e "remai lepth and i r-hni • >l understand id> Ichii %  • I %  •' this uni'i'K institute," Rabbi Tanenbaum pledged before the i ntire student 1 • % %  > %  an i facultj | iiv seminary i> cooperate with Ft. Joseph Fisher, Seminary pn side t, mid Pi ''' %  %  -I •' V'a i At keren, dean, ihe co'•ii. ration ol !he America i J %  i onmiittee lo implem nt th goals, As i first gesture ol cooperation, the An i rican Jew %  i ( ommittee c m milled itsell to make available a modest but select Ii • i'ui) "i bas c bo, !;~ i.n Judai .!.' .-Ii histor; c il i ogy, %  h ch SI Mar; '. Scmin ir; ol I cials agreed to accept Rev. Fisher opened the institute. Jesuit seminarians who participated in the program "ere li.\ John .Mitchell. Rev. Thomas Lay lev. Peter Morrell, Rev. Donald Getpi, and Rev. James McMullin. A number of Jewish participants took part. Jacob J. Pet uchowski, of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, spoke on "Revelation and the Modern Jew" ar-i "The Bible of the Synagogue." Rabbi Tanenbaum spoke on "A Survey of Jewish Christian Relations." "Education of the Clergy for a Pluralistic Society," and "Design for tho Future of Jewish-Christian Relations." Rabbi Morris Margolies, <>t Kanas City, Mo., spoke on "God and Man in the Tradition ol Judaism' and "Judaism's (' icept <>i Praj i Rabbi Uberl Sapinsley, ro Kan sp ike on "Wis lorn Post-Biblical Jew li Sources Sidney Law i ence, dire< lor ol i-. ...... I lit; Jewi ;h Communitj Re : utions Bureau, spoke on "' 'ot i munit; Rclatio 1 in le Jewish mit>," Da id Rabin >\ :t/. reel T of t h i I In ate K a .'. Jewish Fed rati in s] oke on Welfare Structure "t lh< Jewish Community" and "Seculat Aspects ol Jewish Community Ori nation Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are recipients of Israel's Award o: Honor at a Labor Zionist and Pioneer Women's dinner recently in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Presenting the award tc them is Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide executive head o: the Israel Bond Organization. More than 803 persons attend ing the dinner purchased S267.000 in Israel Bonds in hono: of Mr. and Mrs. Fox. Fterida Power Wins Award l i .ula I'ow er and Light om I nj became the first three-tun. 1 winner of ihe Freedoms Foundation's i |i national citation on Feb 22, when the utility was awarded Ihe i o\ %  ted < ieor W a >h Honor Medal tor il ries, il' Iping I i Po erful." The .i ai d inn n .; Is appi r in ihe fi -m ol salutes" to ba md pi fessions foi to A merica's stre Hi %  n d welfare through "individual nit'a 1 .. I er ei prise •• Florida .... i Light ad series won honor in 1955 and I9ff2 the ci use "I freedom The award was accepted by M. f '-'-,.-n-.i-t vice oresident in charge of advertising for Florida Powsr a;id Light, during ceremo iei on Washington's Birth c'ay at the Fieedrms Foundation headquarters at Va!:ey Forge "We are i xti me | i I ol th recognition ol Florida Power and : Company's efl r.to pr %  r %  : ihe \' idest i ble publ i under • anding ol th Vmi i i -i spii ; I %  i. %  ....-' ma dail) conti health happiness • \ Tv one "i n" com %  t< %  \l Di nald. The Fn edo its purpi .i undei standing ol i li spii an philos phj in the Constitution and Bill ol Rivhts and emphasizing "love "i freedom" and the inalienable rights ot man (T> ; ^sai : _JS k *" •• eccosien arises, ahant HI 8-4994 w Ma ".



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Page 6-C +Unist fhwAMwt Friday. March 5 '.365 WJi IQjlOUS S< GUO*TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. — • ANSMC EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipson. FYida) %  %  •' "i' 1 v 13 I' 1 Sermons Il .mil ili.Ed fi. .CompU x Satui da) '• %  '" : mn: "The Kiel nai Light." Bar Mitsvah: Kenneth M n of Mr and Mr.-. Muri :i> Hacks. —— • — BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Frida) I i-ni Saturday 8 10 a m. Bermon: "Proper Direction.*' Mlncha 6 p.in. %  ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. Prlday :io p m. Saturdaj %  • .\m. s. rmon: "The Knd of th. Becinnlns." %  ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. %  ETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mex Shapiro. Cantor Ben|amm Ben-Ari. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Ctpten People." Mr. and Mr*. bouM Bmmerman will h-M ih,Ones Sh;ilbat in honor ol her birthday Saturday sc, JI in. Sermon: "Chosen tor What?" 4:4". p m 'The Portion of LAW." s 10 p.m. "A Chooatm People. BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Diie Hw. Coneervative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Whj i"" w, PrayT" Sisterhood will boat the One* HubKit. Saturdaj 8 4.". m. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. ^ BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Coeieerv.itivt. Rabbi Max Liasceiitz. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenBIWl. niday •; and s IS p.m "lied. Dead or AllvoT Sabbath Saturday 8:43 : r p m B'NAI RAPHAEL. 101 NW 1i3rd St. Coneervative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. PrMaj 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Survival oi Revival Baa Mitsvah: Barbara, daaahter of Mr :.nd Mrs l..-..nar.l H..-1H Saturday 1:1* e.m Sermon: • -.....ii of >h. Wee*." Mini ha %  CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP MIAMI 1519 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. FLAOLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. • cvvices ^Jlxis lAJeekend SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION PEKUDE fj CANDLEUGHTING TIMf 1 Adar — 6:05 i S. niKm: ) Men's Plob ..in Mlncha host, il bj Mr and Mm David %  •olden, u i t in honor %  •! dauahtei l-o'a' i.irtii| rtav. Saturdaj 9 :i m Mini %  FT. LAUOERDALE EMANO-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Gross. Frlda) h p in Baturday 9 a.m. Mlncha •"•:•"" P-n. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER, tth St., Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. SRAELITE CENTER3175 SW th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swtrsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. '1-rldav :-.Z" and S.1". p.m. Sermon: "Taklnc Yourself Berloualy." Saturday van sum. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mitsvah: Paul Alan, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Murray Silverstein. Mlncha 5:10 p.m. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern. Friday ":ii" and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The-End of Exodus." All life seats will be dedicated, Saturday R:S0 a.m. Sermon: "l'urim Forever." Mlncha i:4.'p.m — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David LchrfieM. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 5:15 and B:10 P m ''leal speaker. Mayor alelvln .1 Richard. Saturday .:'.•• a.m. Sermon: "Bulldlna the Sanctuary." MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodo*. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 811 Normandy De. OrthodoxRabbi Ph.neas Weber, man. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4S Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi NahI l|s I i n IXI d II .. i". ,i m s. %  mi n svn HeaiI .1 Min.i Ba Mitsvah Rand. m ol Mi and Mr* I %  .. SurU M i-ha 8:10 p.m — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Refomi. Rabbi Herbert Ba.imgard. |iv i llii p.m I-' ii. Ilj %  rice Sixth „ -,,|, 0 | K< I -i. %  School 111 hi ... the month. Sermon Would N Rather be Haman or Mi rdei Children with March birthdays will i., bl Saturdaj 11:15 a.m. II Mitsvah i '.n'f..i .1. -..n of Mi and M Murray Dubbin TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLYj WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel JaftcM< P in. i rni.'ii What's Frlda> in II fi • TEMPLE BETH SHlRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. —— • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase AveLiberal. Rabbi Leen Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 1:15 p.m sermon: "Oermany, Israel, Karypt — What Role foi America?" Saturday l' J :C am Bar Mitsvah: Howard J BOO .f Sir. and sirs. Carl l.un.iy e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 18800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Raiseman. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Heallns Power of Faith." Once Shabhat hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 1:18 •• m. Junior Congregation. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Prlday 5:30 and IS p.m Bermon "A Call for ReaponslblUtj Baturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mitsvah: Joseph, son .-f Nfr and Mrs WallaO Ma.r Mlncha 5:30 p 111 • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington" Ave. Conservative. Pabbi Irvmtj 1 Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. Friday R:S0 p.nv Pulpit Ktsesit, KnM.1 I AlU-n Rutchlk, dirx-tor. Southeast i Rr/fion I'nitrd St'iiacuru. of America. ] Saturda> B a.m Rabbi Rulchlk's Question: nwn: "TinWeekly Portion of th Bible The cloud covers the completed tabernacle as the lies stand in the distance. Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, an glory of Ihe Lord filled the tabernacle" (Exod. 40.34 PEKL'DE — "These are the accounts of the Tabernacle n the Tabernacle of the testimony, as they were render) cording to the commandment of Moses, through the sen the I.evites, by the hand of Ithamar. the son of Aaron the | EX 38.2H. All the gold that was used for the work was twei I .nil nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty shekels, atti shekel of the sanctuary. And the silver of them that wen In nd oi the congregation was a hundred talents, and a seven-hundred and threescore and fifteen shekels" (Ex. 38 "And of the blue, and of purple, and scarlet, they plaited garments, for ministering in the holy place" I En With the conclusion *of"Tn"e'"Tabeniacle. Moses bios children of Israel. On the first day of the first month in the second year "ce the departure of the children of Israel from Egypt, the nacle was set up. A cloud covered it. and the glory ol i;.i : the Tabernacle. When the cloud rose, the children of Israel m tinued on their journey through the desert toward the Prop .,] Land. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law U extracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsemir, $15 Publisher it Shengotd, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. .... .aaa THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIP1I Political Leaders Turning to God By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY Hollywood Both Sholem ious teachings and value-. lb organization of our As human nature very ofl*a does mias. Frlda} S, rn>.-ii p.m. 8aturda> "The Pat< of th. • |Q ll.lv .i m Veesela ih.i-.ii.:. T. in s. mon ^ hal Does ,, t, i >•' i mi | SI abbal TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I". Ida) '.:i'' and 8:13 p m i mon during the course ol A TASTE OF HEBREW 17 A Weekly Column for Beginners •reseated by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE astd the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor DR. SHLOMO KODF.SH Hello halom Rivks, how are you? Who is there? Moshe? Shalom, Moshe. What's new? How is the family? Thank you. good! Chana asked me lo invite you to come to us and to eal supper with us. Thanks very much, bul I am sorry. Joseph went (travelled) to Jerusalem, and I am here with the children. This is perfectly all right. Please. Ito) come with your children. Our children play nicely with your children. Thanks very much. This is really very nice. I would like to see you already. Very good We expect you for lunch on Shabbat. Once more, many thanks. Remember me to Chana and see you again. Tys'fy no ,:-•"=" sr'rr' ;i rn .njffe ,&v ?rtrfe ?er *? Tnnirer: B*-qr no Tern no. •Vrit ne*? njn .= ; o ,nr l r tjr$g i^s? nsrit *'2!"^ .annx r.? m ,* •;:>'> VsitVi A m ,$$*a'*:* rsK !n|-, n-^r JBrtfiQ a? n'i *sr .nsoa n: BS m M're BnV'n ay jttw'nV !r*|Q rrjm nfn *:R .nxs ng .writ rrir.T -s? a-ene ssn:* .n'nr: ='s jyrt B'fn$ nijniijjj .rfirj mm B;;n nrj? jfmw^n nsrtfttfrf iH^rt vi : •* 1 Li TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1h St. Reform. Rabbi Josroh R. Nartt. Kridsy 1.", v.m Si iin.n by llahbl Morris W draff on "Itaatii: TinMan from Troves." TEMPLE JUOEA. 3J0 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Frlda.i :IS p m nii UKII n Sabbath Ouest speaker, Morris lapldua, architect. Topi. "Human Emotions and Rellarlon ..M.inif. -i,'i in Kynaaositii Archlt. .;.r. >.. I urda) 11 a.m a TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiii Cantor Edward Klein. l-li H< lo> • .1 ) .1 111 s. %  I .'II Thi I %  i lion ..( the l-.n Rai Mitsvah Mlrh... l Jacubaon a TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene LaDovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. o TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman. a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Retorm. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale PYldas 15 p.m, Sermon "Whal Has Happened to Ihe Added Soul?" Junior choir "ill present :i Habbarh Queei I'au.-ani Katurda) ll a.m. liar -Mila\.ih Wayne, son of Mr •• id Mrs Donald %  •m.-l. Why is t h • r e an .. craa.in, rofaranc. by political %  dnftinR away proces> \ZZr?rt th. import^c. ef re" ot alienation set liqious valoos today raturning to the spirit of our touriding fathers? It would be necessary first to alienation set in. causin scendants of the onj-nal lead the descendants of the leaders to wander in vantions. the proi'1-inj nginal %  :: % %  ;• ':? de ascertain whether there is an increasing reference to religious values, in all sincerity, the an swer is in the af firmative. Yes. there is a continual and stronger emphasis placet on the return U religious values made by man; political figurei of the day Reasons can be many and varied Let u> analyze the present day situ %  S compared to that ol several AUI AlAlAVSaT decades ago. wander in various direc Now. who are today>litical| leaders? They are indivi : %  : %  b have either lived through uf |* closely associated with the %  >! structive consequences %  •"* horrible conflagrations 1 >n \ ii less than a halt cent : Mill of them were in foxhole: only to prayer and God a% %  ^ans of reliance. They've families and have eom< "f r r l alization that unless lh< 11 ^ our (ounding fathers, n '•>' %  "I inculcation of religiositj hearts of all American: takes | place, we will flounder It is heart-warming an %  '^ %  % %  ing to learn that, percentage-w* political leaders in our Ii The political and governmental I are closely identified an TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 E. 4th Ave.. HialeaH. Conservative. Prlday .". p.m One* Shabbai li in Miand MiAbraham Schulman in honor ..f their %  I.HNL anniversary. Baturdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: The Weekly Portion <>t the i.i structure of the United States was with a respective religiot <**#• founded mainly because of reli Let us hope that this -V^ nious persecution prior to the es. permeate not alone the heirttjj tablishment of our country t on our fellow-American-, but -;'; 1 sequently. the political leaders of rub off so that leaders the day leaned heavily upon reliu nations may do and live I *£ TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avs. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickton. Prlday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Holiness -.( the Sanctuary." Saturda) s t". .1111 Bermon "Portion of the Week." TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was man. 0 TIFERETH ISRAEL. SSOO N. Miami Ave Conseivative. Rabbi Henry Wsrniek. Prlday v;:n p m Sermon tative i a." Ratui .1 IJ i -MitivMli Larry, son ..f Mr V Kelds Young Israel Plans Banquet i .. in Rsi .in.l \lrthey play lo vou(?) e expect Shabbat once more perfectly all rifht new really (in truth) YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY bow are you (f.) the asked D'?n'pa Us D'snn nJK. DJB.T TijT "?W to invite with US I am sorry (f.) he travelled with fso^sr nel unit VOUNG ISM.CL. 9*> NE Ortnerios. Rabbi Sherwin 10 i•in Saturdaj • mon: "Be Strom aud Steadfast 'in.-u Shabbai i..i chlldn n '7Ht St Stanber. .i m. s. r Thu fa S i, f'tr,.red in rooperttiuti wih the Grtaut Mi' ami RaNifmcel A.o CoordiiMror of fetturu ap( :s DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ tfXritual leader o/ Brth Torah C-wgregarioa 0 / .\orih Mami Beach. Max Cohen has been named honorary chairman of the Young Israel dedication banquet, accordinto an announcement by Kmanuel L'nsar, dinner chairman. Affair is planned for Sunday. Mar 28. 6 p.m.. at the new Youna Israel Synagogue building. Known throughout the United States and Israel at "a leading ber;factor of Torah Institutions," Cohen came to tha Miami area from Chicago, where he was an outstanding Jewish leader. He is ona of tha original benefactors of Young Israel. Members of the dinner commitlee include Dr. Solomon Nussbaum, Temple president, and: '• >mi Bli ni HI. Id, Mi n la Ilia neni hai ... i ha Ii Hi sndei I ...-•. I.ouls Ii KN.-nli.TK, Seymour hUsenbent, Irs'lna • Isen 1-". I*-, Km. -i Field, i i Ins i in. i„ ra, i-.. :, HIshlM In, M i rajKn.ii.i. n> in.in uaib n. M,.,. j wllant, il.u j i;. net, i I D nh %  loidl.l.ui. l..,uii] ini.ii. FYai i ioldl %  *=vl v .;.../.., i „ ii.,,,,,. i.. Mil. dm -. Ii |. Itonahl Irvlna hTi .. %  •. i Klein hi rs \ %  I 1.1, llll.l.lll. 11: ji| Hen Lerner. Harn % %  I rolls, William Mi I ultser, Kuill Uu -..iii.i.l It. I n ,i .. i I Sll llisel %  -' I [I ton .;..Mli.l, ,...,„„ ,,ree„ber,. Josv \, \l all.. •ii. Uropea. li.,,,, .;r.,u.i..ii. .M..-> Zayre s No. Miami Jack Safi... Klv i s. in. Iber. Mai n S.-hplosk>. \| s. hn ..,. Irvlnii I. I.l.v Turin..n R' \\..|.||ii..n. Mo* w-Temple Sinai Carnival Set Temple Sinai ol Sort* j hold a carnival fro"'M r J 1 Zayre's parking lot, 16601 w Ays A number ol amuse" be available for JrOUOa Special dlscounl available for ihe !" l ]t; &t\



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day. March 5. 1965 +Je*isti IkridTiar, Page 7-C OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS [Rabbi Max Lipschitz Of Beth Torah Posner's Art Goes on View A one-man ail exhibit by Miami tiful, moving and easily undi/rBeach painter, Charles "Chuck" stan dable. One doesn't need the Posner. will be featured at the %  „„„ %  „„„„„. T„~„I„ o„4u cu„i A ,11 services of a special explanatoix Temple Beth Sholom Art Gallery at 41st St. and Chase Ave., starting gulde t0 und e rs an. : uregation of North Mirecently celebrated his year 1:1 the rabbinate, being i;, .,. mi.' in the youngest |ii> :il Vtshiva University of \ ( City. He was a student I iwned Rabbi J. B, Solo rhik for lour years. He also Hided the Hebrew Theological 5ge HI Chicago and the Ycshijeth Yehuda in Detroit. Mich. %  bbi Lipschitz is a native of cl. Hi came to Detroit from \viv in 1932. His only former lit was in Madison, Wis.. where las spiritual leader of Beth Center for twelve years. Madison and in the State of onsin, he took an active part fcmiiy Jewish and non-Jewish es. and was appointed to the nission of Human Rights. He ivcd the distinction of being girst clergyman to receive the One Award for Interfaith fcities by the Wisconsin news|himbia University awarded the Master of Arts degree k43. and the University of Wis|n awarded him the degree of >r of Philosophy in June, 1964. isscrtation on the "Hassidic of Giir" will be published near future. Various chap[will also appear in national cations devoted to Jewish felit and life. Lipschitz has contributed to Upbuilding of the North Miami Jewish community and the %  or. ot a new school and sanction North Miami Beach Blvd.. %  Torah Congregation, with 750 families and 800 children in the school. He has been active in local communal affairs. He is former sec retary of the Rabbinical Association, on the Advisory Board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and coordinator ot tnc Rabbinical Page in The Jewish Floridian. He is also active in the Hebrew Academy, vice president of B'nai B'rith. Israel Bonds, member of the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress and its chairman of Commission on Jewish Affairs, a member of the Knights of Pythias, honorary chaplain of Jewish War Veterans, board member of the Florida Anti-Defamation League, and American Friends of Hebrew University. In addition, Dr. Lipschitz has been active in the Zionist Organi-; zation all his adult life and was president of the Madison Zionist District of Wisconsin Dr. Lipschitz is married to the former Miriam Lehrman. The j couple have three children, Sander, I Rochellc, and Fayanne. Off. MAX LIPSCHITZ gfe£ IN TIMES OF SORROW r TJHOWMS express what words cannotl V. F SI Ml S\MPATHr H.OWEHS ANYWHERE I MIAMI MIAMI BEACH |635-4516 532-3361 CORAL GABIES 665 5423 lOUYWOOD FT. UUDERDALEl ] 945 7051 FR 1-739B Torah Dedication At Young Israel Rabbi Shcrwin Staubcr will dc liver the main adress at Young Israel Torah dedication ceremonies to be held at the Temple on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. In memory of Jacob Becker, his wife. Mrs. Dorothy Becker, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gordon, and Dr. and Mrs. Adrian Becker, will present an imported Scfer Torah to the synagogue. Dr. Becker will place the silver ornaments on the Torah. Ceremonies will begin with a procession of Torahs and prayers welcoming the new Torah to Young Israel. Cantor Moses Weiss will chant the dedication liturgy. Rabbi Morris Fruchter will inscribe the concluding portion of the new Torah. Noted Organist Slated Mar. 8 Miami music lovers will have an opportunity to hear the organ interpretations of the international1 ly-famous Dick Leibcrt, chief organist of Radio City Music Hall, when he comes to the Dade County Auditorium, on Mar. 8, 8 p.m., under the auspices of the Binder-Baldwin Piano Co., of Miami. As a theatre organist Leibert was heard in movie palaces of Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Chicago before he finally became the perennial favorite at Radio City. Posner. who became a full-time painter the latter part of 1961 when he resigned his position as ;< participating director of the Algiers Hotel, will debut some 40 of his original land and seascapes at the premiere. As a builder and architect, with degrees from Columbia University and Carnegie Institute of Technology, Posner was an integral part of Miami Beach's growth. One of the outstanding landmarks he helped design, build and then operate, along with his associates, was the ocean front Algiers Hotel, in which he still retains a financial interest When Posner decided to build a career as an artist, he resumed his art studies, attending the University of Miami Art School and the Art Institute of Miami. Critics, previewing his paintings, wrote of Posner and his work, "He. is like a throwback to an old artistic era, when paintings were beauistic, cubist and abstract works.' B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Social Singles will hold a dance on Saturday evening at the Barcelona Hotel. ^>^-v^>^-^-^^-vrf'^^>*rf^ 'Gold Coast Capers' Set for Mar. 12 at the Fontainebleau Hotel with Bob Hope as mater of ceremonies is "The Gold Coast Capers ot 1965," which will be the gala annual fund-raising event for the National Foundation. March of Dimes, Dade County Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, of I Miami Beach, are co-chairmen. 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Page 8-C *. Jrw"#> nDrHimn Friday. March 5. 1965 Brotherhood Fete At Fisher High Hanna Senesch Players celebrated Youth Aliyah at the Algiers Hotel at a brunch on Moriaay. 11:30 a.m. Play featured was w ritten by Mrs. Rebecca Lipson and directed Eva Blum and is entitled "The Magic •of an Ima." Mrs. Henrietta Lorber is nt. Left to right are Mrs. Max GoldLeaders of the community of Surfside meet to launch their 1S65 Combined Jewish Appeal drive ct the home of Mayor and Mrs. Lee Howard. A thirty-three and one-lbird percent increcse was recorded in support of Combined Jewi-h Appeal ct the breakfasl u' which Daniel Neal Helto-i a member of '.he !?£5 CIA Campaign Cabinet and past national eemn der of the Jewish Wai Ve:eran< was gustl spoQk< Left to irs Area Co-Chair::ian Maxwell Spire, Mayor Hov end Surf?icie Chairmen Max Koiker. berg, chairman of Youth Aliyah, Mrs. Sima Swee, pianist and singer. Mrs. Samuel Feldman, president, Mrs. Henrietta Lorber. vice president. Mrs. Betty Feuer, Mrs. Eva M. Blum and Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. Not shown are Mrs. Jack Falk. Mrs. Arthur Applebaum and Laura Latuchie. Religion Revisited At Temple Judeo Lecture Series Louis Scbaeiderman, chairman, '•. ii h Education Sci i< -. announces the sixth session of "Religion lie sil •!" ;ii Tcmp'c .' %  lea of Coral on Sundaj ;.t 10:30 .> m, 1 '< turer was Di Edith .• r. !",•• %  rei in phi! osophj ;i' tin l'ii versity ol Miami 1947 Dr Scl ippei 's topic Thi Philoso hj ol \\\w -.II Di Pchipi i : -ia B \ degree Carleton College and PhD in hili ;oph; from Radcliffe College She i. the i iithor ol set ei al art! in ph losoptreal periodicals. rid ><. Forms in Plato's Later Dialogues." will be released in the (all Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, S. Lichter, in recognition and honor oi school. Brotherhood Week, sponsored a Brotherhood Assembly with the cooperation and assistance of the Booker T. Washington Senior High School Concert Chorus. The program was presented on Thursday in the auditorium ol Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. "Purpose of the program was to promote and further a better understanding, respect, and appreciation of the skills and competences 1 our fellow students in our community." declared Dr Solomon Dr. Baumgcsrd Honored Here Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard was honored by his congregation during Friday services, 8:30 p.m.. on the publication of his book. "Judaism and Prayer." The book is part of a series being published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, parent body of over 600 Reform congregation The series is entitled "Issues of Faith." Guest speaker for the service was Rabbi Erwin L. Herman. national director of regional activities. Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Seth Sftolcra Mea Hold Breakfast Dr Maxwell Si 1 v e r was speaker at the Beth Sholom Broth erhood breakfast on Sunday, at 10-30 a.m.. in the temple auditorium, according to an announcement by Jack B Shapiro, Brotherhood president, Aaron Farr, program chairman. said that Rabbi Silver spoki on "Retirement as a Career," the title of a hook he recently published. Brotherhood supports the youth activities program of Beth Sholom. principal of the Fishei Hal Herman (riqht), president^M of Hal Herman Associates, Inc.. of Miami, smiles as he is presented the 1964 advertising personality of the year award at a recent Advertising Club of Greater Miami dinner at the Everglade.; Hotel. Giving the award to Herman, honored for his leadership in establishing the new Russell E. Scofield Advertising and Marketing Laboratory at the University of Miami, is Ray P.ickles last year's winner. Also honored at the dinnei was Jack L Gieen, chairman cf the noard of Bishopric Green -Fielden, Inc., of Miami, Florida's largest advertising agency. Green was presented with the Advertising Federation of America Printer's Ink silver medal award for "a distinguished lifetime of achievement in '.he advertising industry." BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS STARTERS lii-vofl/r IIATTI:RY INC. SALES SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 KIMs i'SMSH ri.ASIBI* 4 O. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. WEDR-FM, • it 77 A %  *..-II % %  in mumwrnm OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs snd furnishings direct from manufacturer ^.fiu Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything for ths Office of Distinction Interior dedgn and space planning. Open Saturday Morning PAU.0W CFflCE FURNITURE. Inc. BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 1C A.M.-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY, SUNDAY 12:30 P.M. JACOB SCHACTER 11 A.M.-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY, SUNDAY, 3:15 P.M. T0RAH HOUR RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY, 12 Noon Tatmudic Seminar of the Air RABBi PINCHAS TIETZ, SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION tth %  OKI %  ns pi spic WEDR-FM, • • 7 £1



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5, 1965. kyist fhrUdliftr Page 9-C nedy Forest: le Memorial ;HREIBER On l!i!' hallowKoi hba wagbattle for .11 t KQ ;!: u.sand F. Kennedy ifi ViitiUE "" • the American Forest, planted fcsationa] Fund and ,CC and the bonds I link the two naof America, no martyred President titling and endurlh ing symbol of his champion of peace world. jy Forest, when ill comprise mileach to be a livrinbol of the freshand the inspiraPresident brought [ House. The lofty hich will be erecti' onal competition |el's leading archi>mit designs, will a broad natural poking the city of till the blue Mediae on a clear day. \ ting wall, enmument, will pro•work for fifty tall sen ting a state [or a subterranbe built into the mi will contain a President illumi-' r.iinid i Eternal i (if the bust, II a Memorial • will inscribe walls ol the rved some ol • inmost memor\ isitors will place through ch v II s) m. nal na al. to be known %  Memorial II bj the islo make the %  -' r< adilj ac' isands of f< tone-laying of the be held with apI ceremony this Nov. 22, Ithe fust anniversary of Issmation of the Preside unveiling of the memJschedu'ed to take place iFou'th of July, 1965, in Hence cf two thousand VM "lio are expected to Pilgrimage to Israel for |spicioui event, and outAmerican and Israeli impressive tribute were formulated pn -er, President of the Fund Of Amen 1 *hkol, Prime Minduring a recent Mr. Bresaler minister had issued a Kiipporl and particiIhc Kennedy memorial. shkol; John F Kennedy Israel's Freedom .1a notable trifj Of a great Amei li an and s u; rid statesman With (his project you are forging still another link in the chain ol projects symbolizing the frii ndhip between the peoples ol the I nlted States and Israel "As a valiant eeker for peace and the rights of men. your late I resident was an outstanding example of this enduring friendship. The people and the government of Israel will be singuarly honored to be associated with this tribute to his everlasting memory." Mr. F.shkol pledged that the Govern* ment would utilize its fullest resources to erect a monument worthy of the fallen leader, for whom he expressed a deep and abiding affection. It seems highly appropriate that the Jewish National Fund along with great multitudes of Americans should honor the late President in this tangible, yet symbolic, manner, for John F Ken nedy had long been a champion of the Fund. While president, he had declared 'that the Jewish National Fund represents one of Zionism' s most constructive achievements in human welfare and social development.'' Just three short weeks before his cruel and untimely end, the President had expressed his support of the American Freedom Forest in Israel, which, he declared "both cements the bond between Israel and the United States and serves as an important reclamation effort." The pioneering role of the Jewish National Fund in reclaiming a ravaged land and III afforesting the gaunt lulls of the Jewish Homeland was of deep significance to our great President. It recalled to him the great westward movement of reclamation and -.•Clement in the United States m the middle of the last century. Hi -1.', in Israel and the United States many parallels, and the youthful spuit in him responded v itti deep understanding to the burgeoning problems ol the lustj infant State ol Israel In an addresdelivered in New York Citj in September, l%o. the President stated: "There have always been skeptics scoffing at the possibility of making deserts bloom and rocky soil productive In this regard, our own country as a nation and Israel have many parallels — in the diversity of their origins, in their capacity to reach the unat tainalite. in the receptivity 10 new ideas and social experimentation. "The Jewish National Fund, which for forty seven years foreshadowed the existence of an independent Jewish state and assembled long in advance a perpatual trust in land for the Jewish people, symbolizes this magnificent achievement. Jtisl as our own West has sustained progress against the impacts of serious farm depressions, crop failures, credit crises and droughts, so. too. Israel has had to exist on narrow margins of survival, on a constant climate of hostility and outside danger, Yet it has endured and its integrit) remainiinmi pawed, and this siiecescan be in a large measure attributed 10 the Jewish National Fund ANSWERITE IEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE IFR 3-2*66 — JE 8-0721 'U GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MO0ERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON Morris Lapidus (seated a', desk), noted architect, and Ernest Janis, of Janis Construction Company, a past chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, have been named as chairman and honorarv chairman, respectively, of the Construction Division campaign for the 1965 CIA. Behind Lapidus Heft to right) are Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Janis; George Talianoff, co-chairman of the Trades and Professions Council of CJA; and Jack Silverman and David B. 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March 5. 1965 lenist FhrtdHatn Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICE NOT"~r UNDER -TIT'OOS NAME LAW • is IIKKKIIY OIVBN thai r ,,.,l -ii Inn in engage in n ii,.r tlif rictitoiia nnnte ol ,;|.;T I '. Mi >RH ill 13" VA V Miami intend to rosUitwc with ihi' Clerk of lite Clr,.r I MI '%  • ""uniy. Florida. SAM M.T.M \N HKV l!FI"KIN I'STIMN .v.. Irani p...i. i :; r.-ij-is-rn IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT l.'.D FOR OADE COUNTY, U-ORIDA N PROBATE Nc ui-0'5-8 lil'lRISSnN NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,||tlll • I All I'll *•!!.I lll% ',.. i ..nils Aftalnst Said l„ t %  %  -11: i • i MI. I r>, 1.1.tn— and lie .. i li.r. %  nitnin.-t %  K< 'HI SSI Hi ili County, Florida. ... ..l i ... %  I 'uuiu i. '-., II dupllcute ant] .,S •• %  I' I'Hi.... tn 111. I ...in .1. iiuni) I lorlai month* Iiuni It ..II hel >-. I .. hi.i. i lii. ITili \ | i |!M ". \ I:.-I COMIH ilur ... tinnot !< %  • on • | ,v I Miami, PI i .• In .'•.. i i-12 \0T : UNDER 5 NAME LAW \ SIVKN Hi.11 MII'J I.. ItJ., %  Ill mi n sum 1 T< u I:L s.\ • I ii Hi., i ii II, ,.i i i Al. %  iw DAyenu BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "Manny! What a spot for a gambling casino!" Cop' 1964. Doytnw P-od-.t o", LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICF UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi iTICK is 11 Kit l-:i 5 Y IIIVK.N ih.il I he undei ... in ,iiII— floi i. II ni lil il.HRKIt' ; ,v I.KVINK RKAI TV I COMPANY i if• %  In. %  % % % % %  : \ I l:>... h in • I i. Ith tii. • :!.,"..' %  AN. .......KII.1 NOTICE: OF SUIT I %  MI IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE F.LEVFNTH JUD C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLOP D\ IN AND FOf! DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. S5C 1915 S I '. \ V Is i i K T 111 : CITY %  i|.' \K\\ '. %  iltK I" i DAXIKI. I.KVINK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELFVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C-794 (King) IV. i DRIVER. .1.Aiunlnihirntar of V.i.ttiiiN Affairs, on Officer HI" the Fulled State* of America, ami hi* BUCcevaot iin such office, and his or thelt nsslima, Plaintiff, \ -. 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I'll. ill Ic .I 1 I'll I for I ,nl.i "..uii n %  -•-• ni Hi. • al |.r. ii.i'ly : • i i II.I:I: HI i •;i: 1111 ol ilillLI |I, thC .i III I'In I Hook i' ... i:,, nnl da, toitether ">\eii ,v lln line i I ,.>|„.|lsi\ .. ••nipl.iinf with %  -aid I 'oui 1 .1 i|ion oinln i M: Hade Fed' KIOIMII S3I31, ""',. ..i a n.i I IN THE COUMS JiJOGFS COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6340-j-C \ l: KAVIH SUN %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS un,I Ml I'erw.li ,i It. AKI '." %  '.ii. 1 ,. • .i i in.illtl-. M In. .. It.' 1 • IAVIH JAI'KMIN, d. .., -. i lati ,.r ii.,,!.• i 'ount). I In the i "..iitiT> .liiil-^.,,l li.nl. ("oiini, and flh t ii." -.iin.In duill< .. '• %  :i nd an provided In Sei-tlon t.13.16, Florida Statute*, in their ..ni,.in Ihe t'ouni>* I'liiiriiinii-.In l'a,i. County, Kloi Ida, %  iihin >i^ ca'i mhir nionlhi Hotime of the flrat publication lien ,.r. ..r the sain,will be barred, hated ai Miami, Florida, in I.I v ..i i". i.i uary, A.I. %  MA.Mli: JAfKStlN AilininiMiaU i\ I .H N I:SSI:N A. I:SSI:.\ Attorne) n for Ifatute 13ns Ainalej Hlds Miami. Plorlda in-:.;, li ".-12 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA No. 65C 1569 HI.NRY POSFICHA!., I Ma ii, l in'. \ J< -SKFIX Pl (SPICHAU I lefenibi nl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'i • .li I8KK4N Pi ISI'|I"H.M. :IM • North Boule\ard, Route -' rhttKi'" I"'all-. "hi" Yi'i AKK HKIIKIIY MiTII-ll nerve a eopj ol youi Anawei to il" t'ompluint for divorce filed BCII uai vou mi |.iainin":'s attiirneyii RKIt.N STKIS A Ml I.U-'.U, I2U."I lllHcayiu HuildlitK, IH Weal Klagler Street. MiI Ida i I" llle 'I" in In na i.. reof rli III" i lerk nl I i 'ourt, ..n or In fore : l" 22nd M, n ii. in.;.'., otli ttl-i i i .: i : 11M. \ N -t \. : m; pin. 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I-". il< ml liuildlng i Miami, Klorhlu -i2-IS li. tin i 'i.uipl i on the Plali I.KSTI :i! lii ; i:i'>. who ilrea* i: X IV. Mill Street, Miami |-|,.i Ida I > v mil fill ihe oi IKIIIIII of tin An-u. r in the office "f III, ri. i', ..• iii, Klevi nth Judicial Fir, mi in and ISv > -.-'. I '-• ntv, Flo Ida I" S. \.. .HI ..r iH-fnn the 13th diiy %  • March, IM.1 in defnull • %  '' wh'ch I hi t'oniplnini will be taken .,> confi'nae.1 \\\ you ii VTI:I Uii"nil .i.iv ol Ki hi i rj | SUM. R I! I.KATHRRM VX, Clerk, _l Circuit Court. Hide Foil Florida -..,' i [li C. P %  • 'lin.AM' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Deputy Fler't IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. •_• : %  .•. i •.-•_•.;. :: :. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE — No b&866-B IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN RKl-'-l .1. 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, l'i'., I|':I:'.N, i: IIANHKI.I. FLORIDA -N PROBATE ,...,.-,,1 No. 64672-B NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX RK: Katate of To All CreUllor and All IVraotm Hal I...IIS SIUI.MAN .us Flalnit, or I nnl.Aautuvi said I •• %  • • -.-..' .,,,, NOTICE TO CREDITORS \, h. r.-i.i notified and leTo \ll I'redltora and All Prrwnui lluviiuired in pr. in an} claim* and ... Claim* .• %  Hemanu* Aunlin-l Said iiiatid* % %  ii-n >oii ilia) huie aKuinat | Katate %  „,.,„.. ol i ..ni;...M'K Al \.NI.I:I.I. > ^ • herein notified and r-n.,-,1 lai. ol I :ade Count.i, Ho n i I %  ins %  •"• %  I %  %  i,l ; I.I iIn Pi.uniJ .ludaen oi IMI land* uhlel • %  mm have asain*i „, i HI,, HII in.' iii dupilIhe .-; %  '. • I "IIS HHi I.MAN deI in Section .,,.,',-.. I nle Counti Fhr da :-..-.. i., In iheii otfii iii to the <•'Miniv .In IKI i I leiyli ni, -i %  %  I '"• '",'l"" I"' %  i %  • %  Ida oiilhs n Section i.W.I. I ri-.'.m tnc in I the iii. -i publication .-"' %  %  • %  Pi : office* 111 I'e C-til ,.,... iCap II II ". di Connii r tn IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 86051 -C IN UK: I'Miiti ..'' KRKHA RllZIXSKV. I u*etl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IVd %  I A Peri'Hmtna ).. in,.i % %  iniii \ J n -. Sal K*tati \ %  %  ,. • I.. .i.\ notlfltd : %  n i --. • lllii .-,1 to | t .-, II: llll.l < I.imiall mand* ivhlcl I hi .. • of i llKU V IH iZI '-%  Ill I Mule I '..nun. I : i he i .i.n. > .i u.lui I .... i nail I'ili : l -. in in ii pi r.tll.lnl III S,-i i %  ill Ill their < • %  %  I on, i %  .-. II, Pad. i • \ .%  i i intin... ol tii, -...ni lieie. of, or 111 <-me w-i'l I., ha • -I I • ill IMl) ', I IV.Xltli v .' URN AK\ i I li. • M ,.... Pallot A St. rn h %  IN T H E i C C O U R T IN A\r; FOT DAOE JollNTY, FLOR D 'N PROB \0. fi5 04-C 'li I .. NOTiCF. TO CRED TORS ill I i • %  i 1.1'.i iX I'ollKX ili i i .mi \ IIIIIK. .. tin nd :, 'I tl In tholr of fin : • • iou*e in I' • v\ ill, H .\ cull ndar mouth I line ill the p:-i M blli on • r ili. >ani.will I..I1.1, re'l. I ..,, ,1 nl .Miami. Florl ...i\ ..i hebruat >. A.H IM .u.SKPii II dlKX A* I.N. ciito lir.-i publication oi I* notii i In .i h ,'.,, f Mnr, : ill NAT RKISS \ II, ,rn. %  > for Kxecutoi i MI, Lincoln Ito ..l :: '.: IP-Stl ... 'x\ .... Iml i.I.i liPKI-AXH I lNOBJ JUO,it s COURT f, "/? OAOE COUNTY. F -ORIO* IN PROBATE N> u3?84-B ti. son • -i [OTICE TO CREDITORS •""" "; %  in I'-i---,.„nv. ,. %  tAnalnat Said h-r.ln notified and re(•:•> : ^ !" -^?.,!: Iliiide V so,lK '• deceased : %  !•->. I'm, ,.,;,, i„ llr -.,,.';. "I ':"'''nanty. and %  leandaaprof i' air ,', f % %  : '" i y r a "< %  in the Coi.nly |x .. ,' '..unty, n.'.i.ia. | '" i i.i from the ,WSd. t htalsth '•' •'.'•Ktinjch X '' %  MUX notice on .M'l.. '• IS. Confe^owli. %  I ,' %  I Ie -A. Il HMt. .. .' ,' •" ,da.th,.,.thda> A Of .' ., • %  •'^''•YT.,,,',:;;^ -, v.,;.;;: %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65044B IN RK: IM.II. ol KM 11SI il TKSZ a k a KMII. SHI ll.'I'CS I KfOeaaefi. NOTICE TO CREDITORS to All Creditor* and Ail Person* lluvinj; Claims or Demand* Aguinal Said Katate: Yon ate hereby notified anfl required to preaent any claim* and demand* which you may have affatnal th.. .Male of KMIL SOI.TKS/. a k/n KMII. 8IIU1.TKS deoeeeed atte ol I lad.County. Florida, to the County .liidsei. of Dad.County, and file th. 1 An,., a, > for i. %  • Ixi u I si ..I lailll, I I", i-ia %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 61974-C IN RE! lCMl.le of !•• ISK sMiiKi.i :i: DMMeed „w. .o£ TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Feraon* tlai .1,^ iialii'.or li.Hiaiid.Agulnat Said Uatate: Y'mi are hereby notified and required in preaent any ulaim* and d manda which you may huvu againoi ihe .-.-late ni Ki'SI-; S.lll 1'KI.Kll il.Florida, ; h .In il I', hruari I %  •• t. in .x I'., Ell Mtoiii • • % %  Kxei iitor i u %  hlattlei Street, ;• i.. •>. %  -. : -, iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S "feOU RT IN ANO FOR DADF COUNTY. FLOR'OA IN PROBATE NO. 65957-C IX RK ''-tale nf I'lui.ii' r \TSM.vx. I tree iftod NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creilltor* and All Pen-on.HnVIng .lain..! Demand! Amtlnat Said Katate: Yon ,. .• hereby notified and required lo present any claims and demand* which ^on nin\ have avulnsi the e-tale ol Ptlll.IP I'AI'SilAN. lie, d I lad.Courtly, World*. Kapla I i-a, :: 5-1S will be 1...I i • 'I n.u-,1 HI Miami, Florida, this Knd ,:.i. ,,r January. A.D IMS M\l('ol..\l II I KIED.M \N Mti for ATT1I, \ HOI TKH/ \ ~ Admlnlatr itoi Firsl puldl 'atl HI "i tin : Mi ,l-i • %  ; I %  %  bt uar> MAl.. ,|..M II l-'P.IKI i.M.V.N iratoi da Ida ihe time ..t Ihe firal publ cation licfe.n'. ,,ith* -an.will I"barred |. .i ,.i Miami, Florida, thb 18th i %  ). A I • 1X63 Hi |.I x .--'-i i 'KI.KR \ Exei utor ti., tin,, ol the firsl publication herer th. -aine will be liarred. Dated ..• Miami, Florl'la, iln>11. .1 ,,,.•• -i • i A I < 1963 DAVID I' •'ATSMAX Al-;x.'.n|..r First ce oi M ; • Fi bruary, KIN !• M I' i %  .1 i'-. I i .ii,Vlli.ll I i: I..-., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 65836 C IN RK: Kstate ••! JUAN SPKR DEITKI.I'.AFM [leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All l'i.lltors and All Person* II.•• im I'luim* or Demand* Against Said Kstati Vou are li. i-.-l..-. notified and re1'iir. ,1 to or.-s. tit am claim* and inand* which you mio have tiKainsI tin -'.:tof JOAN SPKR DK TKl.11 \i M ,i. ceased late ol lade t'ounty, I lorldn, to tin Count.' ; -' I Ntile I'.HHII the name In duplicate and .-provide.! In --.33.16, l'i. rldn Stal uti-s, in theli In hi i'.. in i i'-.. thoitsi in l '.nl. '..iiiir. Kit rid .. v iii .|\ i .... ... r the |i-t I j m hi "i %  • ^T" i : ,i, I ml. K'nrld'i. il I • !•' %  '. %  wry, D. I %  i: |. i. %  ': TII. I 'k PKKKI N I:K V. |'i. |i hlli [In i i" :!i. :.th ,i.i. %  Mn ,'|-lll: VIM t'lll.l 'NS Iii-.tt..fo t'o-K' 1 I 11• 7 ; Pllll* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN ANQ FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No.5C2!90 .IUSK AXTI 'Nil i I.Ai %  l'i IDAS, Plain) Iff, ROSA 1SAKK1. DK IV CARIDAD i .I.MKI" • RAMS tie I.Ai >. li. '.11 Innt. NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON TO: ROBA ISABKI. DK I.A CARIDAD ui..vii:i'i • i: v.vis .I.LAO I'alvitrin No. RfrJ .-.miiai;,. de Cuba 1 Hi.•>,(.-. t 111.., VOP AKK li:.i:K.i:V notified th,.t"a Complaint for Hivot,,hit* been tilc.l aMilnal you, and you are hereby r. quired to serve n .%  •;.. of your ajjMII-Ito tn.t'otnplalni on the Pinintiff.attorney, I.I:STI:I: RiKiKRO. lii,-f iiddresa I* :':•:• N vv. utli HtreM, Mhjnd, llorida, and 'i:.i the ,,ri;iiial of th.Answer In thi office ol ili. Clark in tinKieventh Judicial Cjl, nil ii and for i'.,.-• County, l-'lniiojn. ..n ,.r hefon the :'!h ita} ol Api II, I9, II di fault of w h'icli Ihe i 'omputlll will in %  hi youi DATI I tbli :'ii:1 a> of Februalr. r v I i'-'l l;',l VX if t he i i -,..il



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 5, 1965

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 5, 1965

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01883

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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Oewish Florodian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ami THi JEWISH WEEKLY
Three Sections Price 20c
Limitations
Fray Opens
Smut Drive
rael Foreiqn Minister Golda Meir qreets Pres- .liqn-ievel talk- followinq the West German
jr.* "ohnson's social envoy. Ambassador cancellation ct aims shipments to the Jewish
.-* erell Harriman. in Jerusalem durinq Stale. (Pnoto by JTA>.
.S. Arms to Israel Seen
*ossible After Envoy's Visit
TALKS WITH HARRIMAN HUSH-HUSH PACE 9 A
RtSTORt FAVORABLE BALANCE ME 10 A
CI. -ALEM I.ITA) The
i y Hint the liiiteil State*
Openly provide amis > H
to make up tor West Got-
I) ancelation >i such ship
UK U seen here .in W. Avor
lUr.man. I'.S. I iwLt Secre-
o state and Washington'*
pi., envoy, leit h'n1 lat* Mon
completing live day- of
highly secret conferences with Is-
rael's tflnmn't jjovrrnmontal lend
or-, headed b> Prime Minister l.evi
Eshkol. He flew to Kabul, Ai-
rhanistan. and will then go tn
India
While the black-out announeements about the talks
continued in effect -- as it has
sin re Mr Harriman opened his
rgentine Jews Study
deration of Nazis
IDS NOTABLES
\BJ Attends
\ites For
frankfurter
\- \C.TON (JTA) IT,
end services were held
Justice Pails Frankfurter .it
Frankfurter apartment here
ns" -n mourned the passing
the ii migrant from Vienna hi
tanu great exponent ol con-
t law
I'le- ,t Johnson attended the
lid Ablia Eban, Israels
tputj rime Minister in accord
fce with a lasi request of the
it, i. Louis Henkin, ol Co
mbia niversitj Law School, re
I' .1 i: Kaddish .ii the service I'
- uni stood that the prayer had
:i not iii' reite'ous i' i
to symbolite die tradi
?nal Lit s the Justice (ell lor h;.
Isl Itage No rabbi ii"!> p i '
iit> because "f the late
Crntinued on Page I A
BUENOS AIRES (JTAI The
DAIA, the central body ol Arn-
line Jewry, called an extraordin-
ary session this week to dtsCUSS
recent anti-Semitic attack--. At the
-ame time, it decided to warn pub-
lic opinion that thf attacks coul l
ipread out in cbaoi which mighl
b, ci ne uncontrollable
The organizat'on also decided t->
notif) Ihe authoiltiea ol the "pro
found uneasiness" nong .lews be-
cause oi the impunity from arrest
and prosecutivfl which was appar-
ent!) enjoyed by terrorist bands In
Argentina DAIA leaders indicated
thai Ihey were prepared to pose
icfore national authorities, polit-
ical parties and the peoph ot \i
gentina generally the Issue ol hov
,on the nation was prepared to
accept Ihe presence and activities
ol Ni i\ gn up* ol rg< ntina as in
\ itable,
Francisco Manrique, candi-
date for Parliament for the
Union del Pueblo Argentina par-
ty in the Mar. 14 elections here,
sharply criticized the Govern-
ment for failing to take action
gainst the anti-Semitic terror-
ists who eKchenged shots with
police at Ezelza Airport several
weeks ago. Recalling the com-
plaints terrorists voiced by the
Continued on Pag* '*
conversations here and at Tel Avi.
la-t Thursday informed circles
slated that progress seems to have
been achieved concerning Israel's
request for "non-Secret" supplies of
arms from the I'.S A
(Reports from Cairo said Egypt
has been mobilizing troops and
corioctinq military maneuvers in
the Gaza Strip an* bordering
Israel, and has called into active
service several thousand army
reservists. The report stated that
the Gaza Strip has been sealed
off against any visits by foreign-
ers.)
The conferences with Harriman
continued Monday right up to his
departure, and a joint communi-
que was being drafted by both
-ides it was predicted that the
communique would not go beyond
generalities, since Harriman had
come here without a clear mandate
from the Johnson Administration
for entering into hard commit
incuts.
Durinq his talks, not only with
Premier Eshkol but also with For-
eign Minister Golda Meir and Dep-
uty Defense Minister Shimon Pe-
p's. Mr Harriman is known to have
shown understanding of Israel's
|mi> lion on most o| the major is-
sues under consideration.
Regarding open American
arms supplies to Israel, the talks
are believed to have built a posi-
Continued on Page ISA
BONN (JTA A campaign to
prevent the extension ol the Stal
ute ni Limitations, which limits
the prosecution of Nazi war crimin-
als after May 8 was started by the
right-wing Deutsch National Zei-
tung and Soldaten-Zeitung which
has a large circulation annum
Germans who formerly served in
the German armed forces,
In an outspoken anti-Semitic
front-page article, carrying the
headline "Capitulation Before
World Judaism." the newspaper
dealt with the debate now going
on in West Germany over exten-
sion of the statute of limitations.
"German politicians.' the paper
wrole. "have given in to Jewish
blackmail and pressure to prolong
the statute of limitations "
Meanwhile, it was reported
from Prague that the Czechoslo-
vak Justice Ministry transmitted
to Bonn recently-discovered Nazi
documents on killings of Euro-
pean resistance fighters and of
miry thousands of Jews. The re-
port said that documents on 400
cases which required immediate
attention had been transmitted
Continued on Pag* 12 A
JUSTICE DONE
W. Germans
May Back-
Extension
BONN (JTA) The West Ger-
man Government indicated this
week thai It Will hack a'l extcn
sion of the statute of limitation-
lor murder and thus permit new
prosecutions of Nazi war criminals
after next May 8 the effective
date ot the statute
Gunther von Hase, the Govern
ment spokesman, said the Govern-
ment would assist the Bundestag,
West Germany's lower house ol
Parliament in its efforts to let
justice be done in accordance with
the principles of law."
Previously, the Cabinet had vo-
Continued on Petje *-A
Tempers Flare At
Immigration Hearing
WASHINGTON (JTAi An
assertion by a North Carolina
Senator that immigrants from
Anglo-Saxon nations desei \ ad
preference caused a heated erup-
tion at a hearing of a Senate 1m
migration Subcommittee this week.
Sen. Sam J. Krvin Jr.. North
Carolina Democrat, said he op-
posed l'resident Johnson's bill to
end the discriminatory national
origin quota system He told t.hi-
Committee the bill "discriminates
against the people who have made
the greatest contribution to build-
ing up our country."
He said persons from nations
like Germany, England, Holland,
Sweden, and Norway deserved
preferential treatment. This in-
furiated Sen. Jacob K Javits,
New York Republican, who took
exception to these views, speak-
ing "as the son of immigrant
parents." He defended immi-
grants from Eastern Europe.
Italy, and other areas, stating
they had contributed as much as
those from the "Nordic" nations.
Sen. Edward M Kennedy. Mas
sacbuseltS Democrat who served as
acting chairman of the Subcom-
mittee, ruled Sen Javits out ot
order He said Sen. Javits was only-
entitled to ask a question pertain
ing to testimony given h> Secretary
of State Dean Rusk Mr. Rusk, in
reply to Sen. Javits question, said
he would agree that "we should not
attempt to judge the value of con
tribntions to our society baaed on
race and national on,in." He said
valuable contributions were made
by individuals trom all parts ot
the world
Mr Rusk stressed I hat the Ad
Continued on Page 3-A
ISSUt FOUGHT OUT IH PARLIAMENT
Drop Eitani Passport Recall
JERl SAI EM JTA. The in-
terior Ministry withdrew this week
ti i mand that Mrs Blna Eitani
a member ol the Upper Nazareth
City Count U, shield hand in hoi
passport pending clarification of
her nationally s .itiis. The lines
tigation has sparked a controversy
in Israel
The Ministry contended that
since she had a non-Jewish mo
thci. she was not entitled to auto-
matic Israeli citizenship under the
Law of Return. Mrs Eitani was
recorded in the 15148 census as lie
ing oi Jew ish nationality
She received Israeli citizenship
in 1952 under the I aw ol Return
and in littii she received a pass
port which was renewed In 1964
Last December, the Interior Mm
Istry asked her to hand in her pas-
port and the issue was raised in
Israel's Parliament.


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Fage 2-A
+Jewlst nerid&r_
Farband Conference This Sunday Slates
Editor and El Al Managing Director
KtLAUO CIA SJOftltS PACt IM
Labor Zionist confer member ol the Bar in Mnssachu
".r.banil ~-. ------------
.d luncheon on behalf of the setts and practiced la* there f
' where he settled in Kibbutz "
United Jewish Appeal will take
p ace thia Sunday, 10 a.m., al the
Lido Hotel.
Guest speaker at the morning
... gston will be Leo Mindlin, exec
-,m editor oi The Jewish Florid
n
Mindlin has tpured Israel ex-
tensively, and will present a re-
port on the plight of worldwide
Jewry.
Featured speaker al a luncheon
- ssjon al noon will be Ilaymi
S nderson, North and South Ameri-
. ii managing director of Kl Al
ael Airlines
Born in Boston, Sanderson is a
Beachite to Get
Air Training
At Alabama Base
Airman Third Class Ronald G.
Fuchs, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
I chs. of 315 Ocean Dr.. Mi
a ni Beach, has graduated from the
technical training course for ne\v
: ers ol the I S Air Force
. Service at Gunter AFB
. m ho stud i basii hospi-
ii ocedures and mei encj mod
been selected
ier trai i I i inter
nded
iri New
Y
-i Hills

Insurance Men at Confab
top executivi -i the
avitt K ihn Insui \ ency.
\:, ,i. returned
. h -re thej at
tended I annual insurant i
Plannii e al
i ;!-. ersitj ol Floi i
-i : ce men from through) ul the
state were present, including Dan
i.l Cravitt, Albert Kahn and Mel-
\ in Shifke
Ki.
Blum Subsequently, he was ap
pointed Deputy Commissioner Ol
Customs and Excise for th Stat'
ot Israel.
He t h e n joined t he manage
ii< i,t ot Alliance Tire and Rul
;or Co. until 1958. "hen he be-
ame deputy managing director for
nance and administration for, El
\I. a post he held until assuming
his present position
Joseph P. Zoekerman, Sooth
em regional representa'iv" 'or
Farband, said that a oeeil fish
luncheon will be highlighted by
the appearance of Joyce Farber,
soprano, and Michl Gibson, for
merly of the Yiddish Art Thea-
tre, in a performance of "The
Jmtggled Maftir."
Discussants will include Vssoci
ate Chairman Dr, Nathaniel Sorof;
\lis Milton Green, president ol
Pioneer Women. Morris Honig
baum ol YIVO; Dr Simon Wilen
sky, president Ol I'oalc Zicti: Dl
Isaac Unterman, honorarj chair
man; '/.<' Baumgold, national La-
bor Zionist director ol United Jew
ish Appeal. Manui I Bui -ii
ident, Ben-Gurion Branch: Moe
l.c\ ine, president, I h We .
iiKinn Branch; Abraham Ravinsk
sender Wolson: and -
e Da '
':. ncli r'arbii
after
sail

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Beth Sholom
(en m i ai d Zuckei ma
Baumi
A GIFT TO
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
SAVES UVS HIRE AND IN ISSAM
Moyshfe Friedbof
SA.VOIRSON
MIHDUN
-rceaem Lodge
Ifection Slated
\ ... ,. |(e ,,i ol icers "i Fn
B'nai B'rith will be elected
,1 a meeting Mar 22 al SorfsWi
'ommnnity Centei
i
is Herman Nudelman Oi
and honorarj presidei I
lodge he has recommended tm
fettov ing roster to serve lor 1968
M
s. -I
president. Judge Louis Sa
Vice presidents. Morns B
Charles Berlin. Meyer Glads!
Dr Sidney I'avilack. treasurer
.lohn Diamond; financial ......
tary Aaron M Orkin: ret
secretary. Lester Aikii,: correj
pending secretary l-Mv ard -
warden. I'.urt Berson chaplain
Rinanuel Tepper
Board ol Dlrectoi i v ^
Axelrod Dr Jerome Bmck "'
ton Brown, Paul Brown R
Buckb n l< r. Di I i
: im. Si i :
i aj Herland Dai id l\
Lan Ul
Rosi I lip Sa>
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Summer Study
At Hebrew Univ.
An unusual opportunity for sum
mer Btudy in English on the cam
pus 0| the Hebrew rnivcrsity in
Jerusalem >* being offered through
the American Friends ol the He
brew University, according to
.lack S Popick president ol the
South Florida Division
Courses will be ottered in Hibli
cal niator) and ardiaeologj hi*
lorical geographj ol bract wei
otogy. government and poMlicso
Iscnei. eoumaaa Je*J r*"
cation and i the Hebrew I
x ,n with II*
. credit w I be
f,.,.,.,! tii win be include
the un
Xl.,,,.e:. Popick, students wil
Ine In regu ar dormilwie <>
the university, which offer the
mosi facilities
TERMITES
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Volume 38
NumbeT 10
Lavon Affair Still
Bothers Ben-Gurion
Former Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion is still tryinq. The Lavon af-
fair remains a bone in his throat,
particularly now, when it seems al-
most a foregone conclusion that he
will never regain his role at the helm
of Israel.
In his mos*. recent tilt with Levi
Eshkol. which saw the Mapai Party
split 60-40, Mr. Ben-Gurion was ap-
parently willing to risk the political
stability of the country in order to
prove a point.
By now, we can no longer be
certain what the Lavon affair means
to Israel, except '.hat in the hands of
the former Prime Minister, it poses a
repeated threat. What we can be
certain of is that Mr. Ben-Gurion
wants his name cleared in the eyes
of history.
Since the substance of the case
is a presumably state secret. B-G
seems to be doing more than boxing
with shadows. As a conseguence,
he has aroused the enmity of For-
eign Minister Golda Meir and former
Prime Minister Moshe S h a r e 11,
among others.
It would appear that Mr. Ben-Gurion should
recognize the time has come for him to lay his
pistol down. The battle, long since over, can
hardly be won after the fact.
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Harriman's Trip to Israel
W. Averell Harriman's trip to Israel, among
other nations in the Middle East and Asia, is
a key one. As President Johnson's roving am-
bassador, he has the difficult task of "explain-
ing" our government's dual policy toward Is-
rael and Egypt.
Of particular importance is the recent re-
versal of West Germany's decision to sell Is-
rael some S80 million in arms, a move which
Gamal Abdel Nasser charges with having been
the motive behind his invitation to Walter Ul-
bricht, of East Germany, to visit Cairo.
The confusion behind these seemingly in-
terlaced issues is of clear concern to Washing-
ton and President Johnson. Like his predeces-
sors in office, the President appears to have
slipped into the custom of trying to be all thinqs
to everyone in the Middle East, with Israel the
scapegoat whenever the political pressures
become unbearable.
Mr. Harriman's trip to Israel may be no
more than Mr. Johnson's effort to sgueeze some
soothing balm on a sore wound. We hope
not. Israel wants, instead, to talk some real
turkey.
True Facts to Fore
The United Nations Subcommission on Pre-
vention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, meeting in Geneva, has approved
the establishment of a UN Conciliation Commit-
tee designed to hear charges of violation of
religious rights.
The Soviet Union, of course, cast a nega-
tive vote for the establishment of the commi'-
tee. There are some three million Jews cur-
rently living in Rusiia who have become the
overt target of cultural genocide.
The Communists repeatedly deny this con-
di,;on. Perhaps the new committee will help
bring the true facts to the fore.
ii both economic and
i o tome extei t. the
m entists at work ii
ire providing techi
for Bonn II at would i
be unavailable in hi
the term of the 1942
- ditional surrender
m -* some way-- is this r.
* of the Spanish Ci
where both the Russian! and the Germans tried their vim
actual combat The situation is. of course, particular!) ud
Nasser becomes an automatic beneficiary of German aciei
search which in turn will undoubtedly be used in the next ||
round against Israel
The Germans argtte that, although they recoym/e th.
their activity IS merely coincidental to the ultimate fate
Besides, the) add, thej have no control over the desire
broad and to engage in what
% ih- is patent nonaenae One n
read II the scientists decided to i
a in addition, the Federal Republic, like
to denj applications for paaaporl t<
bring harm to tl nment ..-
I thi
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tin h
Lists an mi rel)

I) honest about it
TURG/D RtASOSING TOWARD UAMUCATION
NEVERTHELESS, THE BONN
:i :i,.iI r
i an on down, havi
into undei det > opi d .
i- as a have nation in tern,- ol I
, uh> not West German) In l
I h, extent of Bom Iment maj be gauged bj
misst [ the Spanisl M ess de Nerva, who went I
and Gamal Abai
Di spite the won, the German
Die Welt." | explaii ed on Fi b 10 ll
overlooked thai Bonn has g.....I relations Spain whu
pin' ..ii rcuml tioi N and refuses anj
ill the So\ let / :. : e. in I
I find it perfectl> understandable thai Bonn would I
upon Bimc which, in turn spurns East German)
f th< Bonn < airo rift, partii
\.....: invitation to Walter I'lhrichl lor a state visit Bui
polit philosophical reasoning "(ten noted for it- I
reaches .i high point in "Die Welt which praises spams:. ..
the IN in behalf of reunification, especiall) when Spain i-
ber ol the world peace oi sanitation
Dit Welt" goes step furthei In addition spam i~
for this rule as it does not have an) di] relations w "
in thi name of decenc) aj hen
ol main i except I hat the scientists
final!) does emerge | the inn
p i": led editorializing ii ippi -
story t
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Pacem in Terris
Spotlight of Public Perusal
The spotlight of public perusal is a bright
one. indeed. Sometimes, it is too bright, as in
the case of St.eph.en E. Smith, brother-in-law of
New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.
A staunch Kennedy backer, R. Peter Straus,
last week accused Smith of staying at an up-
state club which bars Jews as guests.
Smith promptly denied all knowledge of
the club's policy and promised promptly to
seek accommodations elsewhere.
Sadly, the guestion is less Smith and his
staying at an anti-Semitic club than the club
itself, from which, for example, the New York
State Conference of Mayors moved in 1958,
after Mayor Wagner refused to attend.
Nevertheless, such is the nature of public
scrutiny, that Sen. Kennedy's brother-in-law
found the spotlight too bright, on him last week
and raced to less well-illuminated, more tran-
guil and incidentally non-discriminatory guar-
ters instead.
In the facp of all the international difficul-
ties today, including those we are suffering in
Viet Nam and in our relationships with our
allies in Europe, it was good to note the Pacem
in Terris sessions held in New York m the
spirit of the late Pope John XXIII.
The sessions, attended bv leaders through-
out the world, last week had the good fortune
to hear Israel Deputy Prime Minister Abba
Eban.
Mr. Eban, in his usually mellifluous prose,
suggested that the heads of all sovereign states
gather for a week's super-summit meeting to
reevaluate the prospects for peace opened by
man's newest achievements in science and
technology.
The Deputy Prime Minister was greeted
with a standing ovation and no wonder
Apart from his manner of speech. Mr Eban
was literally asking the Pacem in Terris con-
ference to turn the tide of man's inhumanity
'o man toward more beneficent expressions of
progress.
But Mr. Eban, both an intellectual and a
politician, is a rare figure in the circle of world
diplomacy. When respect for the capabilities
of man s mind for its own sake becomes less
than unusual, the spirit of Pacem in Terris may
yet triumph. '
Not All Working Hard
dom. But police continued a hunt this week
for vandals who smeared the words. "Jews
Co Away, and swastikas on the door*
office of the West Berlin ScJ inl n
chairman. I, should be eas?Dtrne7rT<
no, all Germans are working' har^trget

THE FACTS SUN IN JIKUS Of MONIY
COR EXAMPLE. THIS slal
1952 Ken. Pram ;.;, ..,
W1,l Mi Alia i
tic countries foi Ihi
aft< followed b) i
'' I lio and the atti n I
ntenention in favoi ol I
''resident N I the M Barajai in Septei
the Middli l
blished in Berlin
tell nv learns that the M. tor 1
"on of the I available mm
i While thi Arab leader has
ted 46.2 million M.,.k-
' n I ouer E| ypt The p, ..,
' e being extei i cost ol I
million Marks
' R n Marks t Sastn river fleet, Inclu I
?\rU(' 20 lighten and numbei
or installations othei Bonn projects on the books taclud
"dna 15 million Marks), bridges over the Ni i
iro 37 l million Marks), and devi
for somi 60.000 Nubians who have to be resei
caus< ": lhl As*'n Dam construction (10.28 milUoo Haiti
THI BITJIH USSON Of DUPlllliy
Jhese are merely Weal German Government projects
'" : -" enterprise in Egypt is even more staggenm:. *
spiegel guessing thai ,, number of commercial bai
ratedI Egypi short-term credits amounting to 15<) miUioi
niie cerman firms have participated to the extent of MM
n a company founded to develop the Egyptian tourist trade '
ne newspaper coyl) 'Egypi would like to obtain a credit .-
won Marks rrom the Pederal Government for the buikting ol
,"' ,';'" ~" "" i""1 '"> 't these sUhst.cs M-em Wfl
nmcate the scope of Wesl German activity in Egypt, hei
stake i the Middle East, and hence the extent of the traun
fncedin Bonn as ., consequence of the Llbrichl viail
And what of Israel? I recall Bunding al the tinted Nal
' in (he Gate Strip one hot afternoon
,s u' '", ': ""'" farmera. with their antiquated in
, v> u'"'k'"' Lhe ,and Th'' Pee. much firmer then
h Toda) the atmosphere there is mor i
" i< have been substantial it does
ltrd to talk about thi ation ..f his
x.aiis -understand- it ml
"n:'- m feeds Nassei with the wherewithal toward wi
jn ,,' ':0,1a tmwe
",," Ulbricht'a v,s. fhe fi
puD,,csl nofduplktt,
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Bonn-Cairo Tie Anguishing
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
w. ;i sense "i anguish and
bittei disappointment over re
i 11 n Bonn and Cairo thai
the German Government has
decided to terminate military as
sistan it haft heen extendhn
Israi accordance w i t h Ger
manj tear commitment!
ii ; pparent that the Bonn re
gim urrendered i" President
v. blackmail threat t<> ret
as! Geimany, in so doing,
the rman Government aban
done the ui \ e burden it i arries
for life and liberty .if thus.
Jews ho managed to outlive
Ihtli and for the country ol Is
rael which was established to give
them en
T> l decision by West Germany
cori- 'jtes a breach of interna-
tion, morality which can not
fail :, have ever widening con-
serve r. already indicate that the Egyp-
tian dictator has been enccur-
g0 by Germary's capitula-
tion it, irensify the blackmail
and ( increase his belligerency
gainst Israel. Thus, Germany's
actioi has endangered Israel's
security and has eopardixed the
frag i balance that alone has
deterred Arab aggression in the
Mid- t East.
We cannot help but contrast
Kern ai ignoble alacrity in ai
reding <> Nasser's dictates with
her tenacity in resisting demands
i he free world for the with
Idrawal .f Gorman scientists from
i .tire developing weapons of de
structtan for Egypt's war machine.
We am disturbed by Germany's
read] n iponsivcnesi to the compul-
sion ol blackmail and her indiffer
ence .1 the dictates of morality.
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tragic lesson may not have to be
leerrad either at the expense of
Israel or at the expense of world
peace.
It i- not too late for West Ger-
man) to make clear to the ambi-
tious aggressive dictator <>t Egypt
tha he can not catapult the Middle
K.ist or the rest of the world
it to another holocaust.
RABBI LEON KRONISH, President
American Jewish Congress.
cial and other aid to Nasser, ruler
of Egypt and avowed enemy ol
Israel ITiis action followed Nas
ser's scornful explosion that the
I S COUld, in efleet. jump in the
ould gel ample assist
a nee from oilier nations
Then, according to newspapi 1
reports President Johnson enliste
the support <>t Vice President
Humphrey, supposedly because he
was a friend ol the .lews to
Hit the Senate to knock out the
cancellation of aid to Nasser And
this W as done.
Why, then, should our Jewish
community specially honor the
man who was reportedly instru-
mental in removing the cancella
Won of oui aid to Egypt, a nation
at war with Israel? 0! com si
this action somehow helped the
l s. in its Ii. against Commuru
this would be understandable
and proper But I cannot undei
1 how humbl) givin
money and supplies to a ruler who
publicl) insults the 1 S can do
other than lower our image and
iniiuence in tne world.
ROBERT H. THRONE
Ccral Gables
Sky Lake Plans Heart Night
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Vice President Humphrey horn
I 1 .....cl and admire, has been
honored b) the local Jewish com
nuiiity and I am puzzled Why?
Recently the I S Ho isc 1 I
itivi 11 ted to cancel finan-
Social evening, including guest
stars, buffet, dancing and prizes,
will feature the first annual Sky
Lake iieart Night, to be held bj
the Sky Lake Community for the
benefit of the Heart Fund.
More than 500 arc expected t >
attend the event on Saturday,
starting h 30 p.m.. at the new of-
fice of the Heart Association ol
Gn ater Miami. 5080 Biscayne Blvd.
Honorary chairmen for the af-
fair are Mayor and Mrs Arthur
Snyder and Ralph Renick and of-
ficers and members of the new
Sky Lake Iieart Chapter.
Members of the Planning Com-
mittee for Skj Lake Heart Night
are Mr. and Mrs. s. Morton Koen
igsberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stern.
Di and Mrs. .Norman A Fogel, and
Mr ami Mrs Robert il Wollman.
Arl Freeman and his orchestra
will proi 1 le the music for danc-



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Lorber Chapter Birthday Fete
I/ rber Chapter, Children's Asth-
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m in at the Beefite
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A "Mad Hatter"*" luncheon, un-
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Ra< koff, programming vice pr isi
ienl, .!! feature prizes for the
no-t original ere i ns
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jerrty ere 'eft to right) Jac-^b Lowv. Charles
Reskin and Aisiq Brener, Crystal House co-
chairmen; Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 CJA chair-
men; Philip Lustine, Crystal Hou^e co-chair-
man; and Lou Harris. Crystal House chairman,
lohn N. Serbin is chairman of Res-dents.
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Argentine Jews Wary of Gov't. Patience
Confirmed from Page 1-A
Government when they were the
apposition, Mr. Manrique s*ater*
hat the Government served now
as acccmplices "in the terrorist
acts.''
A Gnvcrnmonl thai does nol pro-
eel a?a i si th -go del'nmu its
an accomplice, he explained, Ho
r'lH.' od thai if 1'ic iMiHior-l c
'.i!lv wanti i iii. they could i
the terrorism "insta-itly." He d 'anatln Rica do m ri .- .,
>;> !'' thai th* Cow ... < -
i: !> liquid-tie such neo-Nazi or
' al > .- ;i- U c Tacuara instead
>' "ii 'i \ i.....iini ,D
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turo V Win. nor the political par ,:,,. reauMnoe of anti-Semit,
..'.'! h,,.' ,'"ts:flon!..,'.s i: groupings in Argentina. The di i
atlon noted 'aficularly that th
Vrgent'n? authorities have as yi -
arrested no one after disclosing
three wed b a*o that a growi i
nember, would lolerntu anti-Sen'
I Si i "II I lllit al! steps l<> SUP
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* Jen!** noridNan
Friday, March S,
1965
Johnson Attends Frankfurter Rites
Continued from Page 1-A
Justice's wish not to be formally
.lifted with Judaism as a re-
ligious creed. Prof. Paul Freund
offered a moving eulogj
Justice Frankfurter died earlier
last week of a heart illness, the
disease which caused his retire-
ment from the Supreme Court in
1962. He was 82.
The President, in paying trib-
ute, said he was "grieved to
learn of the passing of my friend.
Justice Frankfurter, who did so
much to preserve freedom
through wise interpretation of
the law. He was one of the great
figures of legal history, a man
who made many contributions to
good government and who will
be sorely missed."
Other tributes were voiced by
Chief Justice Earl Warren, other
members of the Supreme Court,
leaders of both houses of Congress,
and Zionist and other Jewish lead-
ers in this country and abroad.
The son of a poor Jewish immi-
grant who descended Irom six gen.
orations of rabbis and scholars,
young Felix grew up on the Low-
er East Side, of New York While
attending public school, he helped
the family by selling newspapers
and doing odd jobs. He later gradu-
ated with honors Irom City College
of New York at 19. and worked
as a clerk for the New York Tene
ment House Commission, saving
his income to be able to enroll in
the Harvard Law School, from
which he graduated in 1906 as an
honor student and editor of the
Law Review.
In 1914. he was appointed a mem-
ber ol the faculty of the Harvard
Law School on the recommenda-
tion of Louis D. Brandeis. then an
eminent attorney and later an As-
sociate Justice of t h e Supreme
Court. Frankfurters record as a
i legal genius and later as a great
teacher, attracted the attention of
President Taft and later of Presi-
dent Wilson. He was sent on im-
portant missions abroad by Wil-
i son's Secretary of State Robert
Lansing.
When the Versailles Peace Con-
ference was held in 1913. Frank-i
(urter was the legal adviser to the
Zionist delegation there. He en-
gaged In correspondence with Emir
Feisal, who headed the Arab dele-
gation ai that conference and later
became ihe king of Iraq. This re-
sulted in the writing By Feisal of
an important letter to Frankfurter,
on March 3. 1919. which became
an historic document. The Arab
i uler said in his letter to Mr
Frankfurter:
"We Arabs, especially the edu-
cated amors us, look with the
deepest sympathy on the Zionist
movement. Our deputation here
in Paris is fully acquainted with
the piopcsals submitted by the
Zionist Orri nization to the
Peace Conference, and we re-
gard them as moderate and
pioper. We will do our best, in
so far as we are concerned, to
help them through: we will wish
the Jews a most hearty welcome
home.
"With the chiefs of your move-
ment, especially with Dr. Weit-
inann. we have had and continue
Id have the closest relations. He
has been a great helper of our
cause, and I hope ihe Arabs may
oon be in a position to make the
Jews some return for their kind-
ness We are working togel
a reformed and revivi d V ..
and cur two movements omplet
une another. The Jewish n 'vement
I is national and not imperialist, oui
movement is national and dch im-
perialist. and there is oom m
Syria tor ua both indeed [ think
that neither can he a i
without the other."
For nearly 45 yeai s. th< luthen-
licity of that statement Emir
Feisal was disputed by Arab lead-
ers. Two months ago, thi
of that Feisal letter to Frankfur-
ter was discovered in th.- files of
the Jewish Agency office- .-. Lon-
don. Frankfurter had been witji the
Brandeis Mack leadership inside
the Zionist Organization ol \meij.
ca. although he resigned from that
group later when he disagreed with
some of the Brandeis-Mack policiet
Torah Vodaath Dinner Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, of
1475 Collins Ave.. will be guests of
honor at the annual dinner given
by Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and
Mesivta on Sunday evening. 5:30
p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel.
Rosen is a founder of the He-
brew Academy of Miami Beach,
and is widely known for his active
support of Jewish education in the
I'nited States.
More than 300 people are ex-
pected to attend the function.
Chairman of the affair is Milton
Kahn. and associate chairmen are
1-ouis Merwitzer and Herman
Kisenberg
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Weinschncider. Samuel Reinhard.
Sam Kalb. Max Kaplan. Morris
Fogel, Bernard A. Frank. Rev.
Jacob D. Katz. Isidore Goldberg.
Emil Mosccwitz. Rev. I Krantz.
.' Miller, Dr. Irvin Makovsky.
Phillip Weiss. Rabbi Harry Zaret-
sky. Jack and l-ouis Ciment, and
Rabbi A. J. Safra.
According to Rabbi Pinchas
Briskman. director of activities
for Torah Vodaath. located in
Brooklyn. NY., the Theological
Seminary has become "one of the
world's foremost seats of Jewish
learning Rabbi Briskman said
that classes range from elemen-
tary to graduate school levels.
Torah Vodaath also maintains a
special Judaic research center in
Spring Valley. NY., where advan-
ced scholars may devote them-
selves exclusively to Jewish learn,
ing. Its present registration of
more than 2.000 students includes
many from Central and South
America.
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iday. March 5. 1965
+Jmisti ncridfon
Patr 9-A
larriman Talks Hush -Hush
IjFRI SALEM (JTA) Ln-
, tar) of State W. Aver, ii
[lev I1 Israel tor talks
[jtii iop officials on the recent up-
al in [sraeli-Wcst German re
Bions I iched off by Weal Ger
any's cancellation of its arms
liveries to the J wish State.
iBoth \lx. Harriman and the Is-
raeli officials maintained a tiyht
lid oi secrecy on the talks but dip-
lomatic sources discounted reports
hat Harriman's mission was to act
as a mediator In the Bonn-Jerusa-
em crisis. Kcferring to a report
about United Stale- "good offici -
purportedly emanating from State
Department quarters, the sources
said they were not aware of any
such intentions in tie state De-
partment
Reports persisted that the Is-
raelis pressed for some arrange-
ment under which the United
States would make up for the
estimated S15.0OO.00O in arms
which Bonn cancelled urder pres-
sure from Egypt.
Mr. Harriman said he was
pleased to he in Israel again he
visited Israel in 1955, when he was
New York Governor and de
clared he would like to sec at first
hand the progress made in Israel
since the 1955 visit. There was
profound respect in the United
States for the accomplishments of
the people of Israel." he stated.
Mr. Harriman told the Israelis thai
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these were "trying limes" In the
WOI ki and that the Middle East was
not excluded from that. He ex-
pressed hope for cooperation with
the Israel Government "Now as in
i he past "
tfr. Harriman's visit was pre
ceded by repeated statements in
Washington that he had no author-
zation to offer Israel arms to re-
place those cut olf by West Ger-
many. Whether Cairo was on the
list I capitals Air. Harriman plan-
ned 10 \isit before returning to the
United states was not disclosed.
Secretary of State Dean Husk told
a press conference in Washington
this week that it was the policy
nf the United States not to be act-
ive in supplying arms to Israel, be
cause this country uses its influ-
ence in attempts to "put a ceiling"
en arms race in that area. Mr.
Rusk declined to answer a question
as to whether the United States
would undertake to supply the arm
which Israel lost because of the
West German cancelation of its
contract.
Explaining the reasons of the
United States not involving itself
directly as a supplier of arms to
Israel, Mr. Rusk said this coun-
try is interested in a reasonable
balance of armed forces in the
near East. Western Europe is
the primary supplier for Israel,
he saiat.- He stressed that the
United States tried not to be act-
ively imrolved in furnishing arms
to Israot, although there had beer,
some exceptions in the past.
The Secretary alo said the United
States lias not looked with favor on
the reception accorded East Ger-
man Communist leader Walter L'l
bricht by Egypt, because the
United States considers Bonn the
responsible German Government
and the-U.S.A. does not favor any
treatment of East Germany that
enhances I lie position of the Com-
munist regime to undermine Bonn.
Deputy Prime Minister Abba
Eban of Israel said alter a 45-min-
ute meeting with Undersecretary
of State George Ball that a gen-
eral conversation took place on
matters of mutual interest. He de-
clined to elaborate, stating it was
a courtesy call. He would also not
respond to questions on the visit
of special envoy W. Averell Harri-
man to Israel. He was accompan-
panied by Ambassador Avraham
Harman.
Surfside Marks
'Canada Week1
A week-long festival elimaxeci I>v -
a parade Saturday, is being marked
by the Town of Surfside in a Sa-
lute to Canada Week," eagnssing
the Town's appreciation for the
thousands of tourists who visit the
area every year from Canada.
The new Canadian Maple Leaf
Flag is Hying over the Community
Center all week, and all residents
and commercial establishment- of
Surfside have been urged to co-
operate in the program.
Details of the schedule have been
finalized by Francis llolzheimer,
director of activities for Surfside,
and his assistant, Gloria Miller,
working under the supervision "I
Mayor Lee Howard and Town
Manager Frederick M. Bowen. Jr.
Officiating at the parade with
Mayor Howard will be Hon. Joseph
G. Bisson, consulate general of
! Canada, and Mary Loo Karrell.
Miss Dominion of Canada. Other
participants will include Bobbt
Johnson. Miss U.S.A.: Gloria White
Miss Surfside-Canada; Col John E.
Connor, group commander of
Homestead Air Force Base; local,
state and national officials.
MIIT0H SIRKIN
teach Bark
[leevs Sirkin
I Real estate investor Milton Sir-
In has been elected to the Board
Directors "I the Miami Beach
Srsi National Bank
Morn in Ma con. Ga Sirkin has
ben ;i Miami Beach resident since
y.W lie is a member of the Mi-
ini Beach Zoning Board, vice
resident of the Miami Beach Ki-
anis Club, president of Temple
nanu-El Men's Club, and a mem-
pr o| the Miami Beach Chamber
Commerce Board oi Governors.
Ille also serves on the Board oi
Irectir.- ol the Miami Beach Tax-
fvers Lssocialion, Dade Count}
ptter Business Bureau. Miami
pach Ch c l-cagae, Greater Mi
mi Jewish Federation, and the
b' nl Council of Miami
pach.
lb' ;iiii! Ins wife, Miriam, an ac-
P"- vie worker, live at 2024 No.
Itoad The> have two married
tins. Joshua, a Miami attorney.
nd Richard, who is associated
nli thi Knight newspaper chain
Charlotte, N.C.
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-Jewisti fkrf/i t/
Friday. March 5, 1965

Judge Cypen Reelected to Sixth Term
As President of Home for the Aged
Officers and execu';ves of the Jewish Home
of the Aged elected at a board meetinq Sun-
day aie seated (left to right) Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, corresponding -?cretary; Judge Irving
Cypen, president; and Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man recording secretary. Standinq (lef! to
right) are Maurice Pearlstein, executive direc-
tor S'Tnley M. Beckrrman. treasurer; Louis
Bresler, vice president; Sam Resnick. financial
secretary; Mrs. Gladys Israel, president. Jun-
ior Auxiliary; and Arthur Kalish, assistant di-
rector. Not shown are Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
founder; Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary pres-
ident; Col. Jacob M. Arvey, David B. Fleeman,
Earon de Hirsch Meyer and Jock Popick, vice
presidents.
Restore Balance, Bonn Asked
VORK \ >:
nsoi
Iratioi '
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at ; fen
:. or Jew
. p i
. .. i ;<. In Jew i-i:
11 r j
io l<
. d i bj 1'r Joachim
Pri me ntere u
Hi there \v a* unanin
r. among the Je\ i o
gar. ations th it the Bonn regim<
action m cutting "it military a\
plies l Israel constituted a grave
I I ]
"We shall urge the United
States to use its gooc* offices to
persuade West Germany to re-
main faithful to its commitmenfs
and to res.st Eivprian threats
motivated by a pjblicly declared
ntriio' to destroy Israel," he
declared. "Neither as Americans
nor as Jews do we intend to re-
main silent witnesse-t to the un-
c din of he i event
ricai li
|
man-
hol<
caust and for \ safetj
mam must feel forever reap
ble
"We hope the German government
harbors no illusion that it has al
ready provided sufficient proit of
a new moral po.-ture. This would he
a tragic misreading ol (ierman re-
sponsibility after World War II
A leader of Chancellor Lurlwic,
Erhard's Christian Democratic
Party meanwhile said that the Har
riman mission to help West Ger-
many resolve its difficiflrtes with
Israel has had a good effect on
i'.i',- though the I'm ted
es ha> fail I to I sponsi
I
I i" the
. a
of I pa
it essmen's
authori-
' I in im n ill
succeed Israel to ae-
on "i <\ rman
'.' ced hope
an will manage t"
lrael t ee to a substitute
West Germany will sever all
economic aid *o ?gyot because of
the reception accorded by Presi-
dent Nasser, of Egypt, to the
E.-st Germa.i leader, Walter Ul-
bricht, a spik-^man for Chancel-
lor Ludwig Erhard officially an-
nounoed, The spokesman inform-
ed a news conference the Cabinet
voted to carry out the action ter-
minating the current aid pro-
grams.
In W n Reiner Barsel,
floor I the Christian Dem
nion in the West German
liscussed German re-
lations with Israel and Egypt in a
meeting with President Johnson at
Lhe white House.
Alter the 45-minute discussion,
Mr Barzel told newsmen thai sus-
pension >>t economic aid would not
be the inly response to Cairo's
hospitalit; to Bast German leader
Walter L'lbricht. "Meanwhile," he
said "we an interested iii clearing
I our somewhat beclouded rela-
I'on.i with Israel, because of our
ward that country.''
Former Circuit Jud"c Irvine
Cypen as reelected president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged lor
a sixth term by the Board of Di-
rectors on Sunday.
Reelected also were Col. Jacob
M. Arvey. Louis Bre-lcr. David
B. Fleeman and Baron de lUrsch
Meyer, vice presidents; Stanle;. M
Beckerman, treasurer; Sam Ri
nick, financial secretary; Mrs. S.il
Silvery an. ^coixflg goading si crc
tary; anaalrs Lawrence Silver
man, recording secretary
Judge Harold B. Spaet re-
mains honorary president, and
Jack Popick was elected to a
vice presidency to fill a vacancy
in that office.
On Sunday. Mar. 28. a dinner for
board members, their families and
special guests will be held in the
Home's dining room to install the
officers and honor the Hollywood
Jewish community with which the
Home has had a cooperative rela-
tionship for ten years.
In accepting reelection. Judge
Cypen declared 1965 "as a year ol
special dedication and celebration
because "i th< Home's 20th anni-
versarj and 15 year al Dou a
Gardens."
A special nunittec is being i p
) mtid to plan a scri il pecia
events for next year in addition
Judge Cypen said thai a top pri.
o.ity lor 1965-66 will be
velopment of a "I Im print >> ,
foinl committei ol sta
to thart the directions anti soa'u
tluougb 1970 when the Home vrill
celebrate its 25th at rsj
its 20th year at Doucias (',..
The Home is a | ,,,.(.<.
ary agency ol rht Gn ater ami
Jewish Federation rari the
Kuntl Officers' BTffi Ntaru niq.
hers ol the Hnim fives and
olay leading roh s n I uth
zations,
Zionist Stated
At Oneg Shabbat
Jacob Fishman. Zionist le.,rir of
Greater Miami, will hi^'hli;ht th
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las n"t been reported in the Syr-
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intelligence, then went to Egypt,
and finaih reimmigrated to Syria,
where he became one of the finan-
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Sorf 125 Mercantile Industry leaders met for their annual
Cor:;ned Jewish Appeal luncheon at he Dupont Plaza on
Fer 15 and pledged a 34 percent increase in behalf of the
196: Combined Jewish Appeal. William S. Ruben and Joseph
E. B::oks served as luncheon co-chairmen. Hiahliah' of the
after oon was the presentation of the first Harold B. Bosworth
Me:: :rial Award sponsored by the Mercantile Division and
the Trreatei Miami Jewish Federation in honor of the late vice
president of Jordan Marsh. John N. Serbin, communal and
:y leader, was the first recipient. Shown (left to riqht)
-erbin receiving the award from Robert Macht, president
;n Marsh, while Mrs. Harold B. Bosworth ana her two
Martin 20, and Bradford 12, look on.
Dr Russm WiU
He MD Group
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leach physicians,
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DR. IfSTEff M1SSIN
with the fine co-
ysicians attending uroatly expanding support ol Fed
>ho\ved." Or. Russin eration and Combined Jewish Ap-
this lime when our com- peal, the cornerstone of our agen-
dical needs, and its c> ni fork, is imperative." he ex-
md \ elfare needs arc plained,
Lapidus Hosts CJA Affair
it
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- Lapidus, chairman of
struct ion Division of Com-
ewish Appeal, has invited
r of leaders of the Indus-
Terrace Towers home at
Vve on Tuesday, 8 p.m
ted architect recently re-
"in ,. visit to Israel, where
manj sketches of the
nd places there.
"1 came away from a most ex-
citing country with the deep appre-
ciation of its courage, energy and
determination of its people." Lap-
.ilus stated.
"1 want to share my enthusiasm
and personal observation with
others in the Construction industry
because it shows the vital impor-
tance of our annual campaign."
the chairman said
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Brunch Mar. 14
Leaders of the Liquor. Wine and
Be*.r Group ol Combined Jewish
Appeal will meet for their annual
Combined Jewish Appeal Brunch
on Sunday. Mar. 14, 10:30 a.m.. at
Wcstvicw Country Club, it was an-
nounced by Leo A. Chaikin and
Jerome \v Halpern, Liquor Group
co-chairmen.
Chaikin and Dr. Milton .1. Feidel
man are co-hosts tor I he event, at
unich the guest speaker will he
Cerchon Avner, Ambassador to
Ssmsni
Before his appointment to the
Can.'dun Ambassadorship in
1*63, Avner was Minister to
Sweden. Prior to that, from 19S8
to lofl, he was head of the Amer-
ican Division of the Israel Mir
istry of Foreign Affairs.
In addition to Ambassador Av
ner, a special representative ol
Victor A. Fischel and Co. will take
part in the program.
Members ol the committee I".-
the Liquor Wine and Beer Croup,
include the following:
GUS August, Harry Berney. Mar-
vin Florman, Al Frank. Larry
Frank. Jerome Frankcl. Ralph
Fric I, Justin Gettis, Sam Cold.
Seymour Howard.
Also. Marvin Levin, Melvin Lew
is, C. Fuller Nail, Stanley Rose.
Berl Seliger. Murray Spill. Phil
- raus, Philip W a I d < n, Frank
Weinberger. Jay Weiss and Jefl
Wershil.
Generci Services
r>ivsscn Reveals
Big increase
V goal of $85 !,
inci pi
1
. 188 I wish
Appeal
" l he many varie
and services in our di\ i -
ion ha e all banded togetl i to
meet this incn oal." thi
chairman stated He announced
that the follov i i ommunal li ad
ei had acce ited tant chair-
manships m the Services Division:
Arthur D W eiss nd Sheldon
Weiss are serving .*> chairman
co-chairman, respectively, of the
Printing Industry Dri\ e
Jerry Herskowitz and Irving
Berlin, long-time leaders in the
cleaning and laundry field, will
serve as co-chairmen of the
Cleaners and Laundries Group.
Peter Moser will head the Vend-
ing Machine industry campaign,
and Albert .1. Hirsch will continue
as chairman of the Beauty Parlor
and Beauty Supply Croup, which
he has headed for a number of
years
Louis Wolfson and Van Myers
are co-chairing the Amusement In-
dustry drive.
Radio Station Executive Jack I.
Sandier will head up the Advertis
ing. Radio and Television industry
Campaign, assisted by Richard
Buchbinder. who will serve as
associate chairman.
George Talianoff, co-chairman
of Trades and Professions Coun-
cil, called the number of busi-
ness and industry leaders who
have come to the fore in the
Services Division, "a truly out-
standing oroup "
"We are proud thai man> lead
:, mi ii bu "'i is< and
hai e lin ui
i i 'i Mr Irving
Lehman and General Services
Dii,. on Ch irman I: < ing Wexler
nr oar 1963 campaign on behall
of 41 agencies serving 442.000
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the world." Talianoff declared,
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On Wednesday noon. Temple Si-
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torium BUSiltess >o>sion to include
nomination of the slate for 1985
1988, will be followed by cards.
Leo A. Chaikin and Jerry Halpern, co-chairmen of the Liquor
Group, are shown makinq plans for the annual industry
brunch on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. The event will
take place on Sunday. Mar. 14, at Westview Country Club.
Guest speaker will be Gershnn Avner, Israel Ambassador
to Canada.

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Friday. March 5. 1965


Urge Upsurge in War on Poverty
nku YOKK-i.iTA)The Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds urged the Federal Gov-
ernment this week to take a major
step in the War on Poverty by
strengthening the nation's public
welfare program Louis Stern and
Philip Bernstein, CJFWF president
ami executive director respective-
ly, reported, ton a governmental a('_
visory group their deep concern
with the broad and basic nee I
which arc beyond the capacity of
voluntary agencies to meet, and
which require the resources ol the
entire nation, through govern
ment."
In a statement submitted to the
Federal Advisory Council on Pub-
lic Welfare, a statutory body M I
up to advise Congress, Mr stern
called for 'substantially improv-
ed'" public assistance pi
end to restrictive "citizi -hip or
residence requirements
Mr. Bernstein descri u,
present level oi incomi lopori
as shockingly inadeq n
aid that "the inadequai < level
of payments under tin federally.
aided assistance program is itseU
a major source of poverty "
Tag Day for Biscayne Chapter of the American Medical Cen-
ter was held last Friday in North Miami Beach. Shown (left
to righO are Mrs. Adrienne Teigeles, vice president; Mayor
Arthur Snyder, of North Miami Beach; Mrs. Bernice Diamond,
chairman, and Mrs. Joan Leader, president.
-
Statute of Limitations Battle
Launches Anti-Semitic Outbreaks
Continued from Page 1-A
?o West German authorities in
support of those seeking the
prolongation of the prosecution
of Nazis.
Meanwhile, speaking on behalf ol
all Danish parties. Per Kfekkerup.
i e Foreign Minister, declared In
Parliament in (openhi jen tl al
"deep concern" had been ex
pn ssed to Wesl Germany over the
inaction on extension "i the statute
o] limitations effective dale
He said that con) den< in Wesl
Germany would be weakened if the
Ma) B cutoff on prosecution of
Nazi criminals was permitted to
stand. Earlier a meeting on the
issue t(x>k place attended by repre-
sentatives Of the parties and for-
mer war prisoners and members
of the anti-Nazi underground move
ment.
And a mass meeting called to
protest Wesl Germany's inaction
00 extension of the statute of lim
itations for the prosecution of Nazi
war criminals adopted a resolution
Monday night warning of the ur-
gent need for such an extension. If
no action is taken, the statute will
KO into effect next May 8.
The resolution said that, if
that happerrd. "criminals will
escape trial and responsibility
for their crimes," and "inevitable
consequence must be to encour-
age a revival of the growth of
anti-Semitism and racialism not
only in Germany but throughout
the world, a gi ievous setback to
Germar democracy."
Speakers included several mem
hei S Of Parliament and Sir Bar
nett .tanner, all of whom casti
..led the West German Got
ment on the issue. Sir Barner
however, was the only speaker who
also denounced West Germany for
its action two weeks ago in halt-
ing arm- shipments to Israel
other speakers attacked West
German official- for reluct.,
to prosecute Nazis, f: r permittin
the existence of a Nazi under
ground aiding fellow-Nazis to es
capo arrest, the presence of former
Nazis in government positions and
for tolerating anti Jewish propa-
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^Jfnist fh>rafrain
Paqe 13-A
Arab Group Buys Huge Dade Tract

Irving Schatzman has been
Inamed chairman of Miami
Beach Apartment House own-
ive for the 1965 Corn-
Jewish Appeal. Schat-s-
a long-time leader in
Emanu-El and in the
Beach Apartment
| Owners Association.
I the elloit of Beach
I its ni support of the 41
I ies of Combined Jew-
lish Appeal locally, national-
[ly. and overseas supported
[ e annual campaign.____
'arochia! School
kid to be Aired
Bernard s. Mandler, cnairman ot
Southeast Region Commission!
Law and Social Action of the
[ i ,m Jewish Congress, an-
[ounces that a debate on the cur
cm Federal Aid to Education
b il will be broadcast over
nation WMIE on Sunday at 5
| Participants in the debate will
Howard M. Squadron, national
I in ni the Commission on
\. ;| Sofia 1 Action of American
Wish Congress, who opposes fed-
\:\\ funds [or parochial schools;
tol harles Rice, of the Ford-
am University Law School, who
I fed) ral a i d to parochial
i -. and Dr. .lohn .1. links,
fcisti'i- of the St Marks Methodist
Ihun h in Manhattan, a former
f nt of ihe St. Louis Board
tion, who has adopted a
piddle of the road position.
'he Commission of Law and So-
Jial Vetion i> the body in American
|e\wsh Congress which takes test
as court and drafts legisla-
tor! in enforce legal guarantees
equality and Ireedoni; fights
li lination based on race, re-
gnm or national origin in em-
oyment, education, housing, im-
i '"ii and other areas; seeks
protect religious liberty and
Lengthen the separation of church
nd state.
Some 15.000 acres of farmland in
South Dade County owned by Wil-1
Ham Sottilc, investment farmer, |
have been purchased by a Middle |
Eastern syndicate of sheiks and
Arab hankers, it was revealed in
Miami this week.
Sottile said that the purchase!
price is some $22 million. One of[
the largest transactions in South [
Florida in the last 15 years, it is
expected to be completed by Apr.
15.
The syndicate is headed by Ja-
mil K. Boullos, chairman of the
board of the Investment Bank
of Lebanon. The ll-man combine
reportedly fears the explosive po-
litical situation in the Middle
East, and the purchase is ex-
pected to stabilize their multi-
million-dollar holdings.
The other ten members of the
syndicate include investors from
Lebanon. Kuwait and Saudi-Arabia.
Details Of the land sale were an-
nounced in Miami Sunday by Sam
Garrison, Miami investment coun-
selor and public relations man,
and Joseph Stroughan, a repre-
sentative of Seaboard Continental
Corp., of New York.
According to Stroughan, his firm
was approached by the syndicate
about eight months ago. "Essential-
ly, they were looking for American
investments to balance and stabil-
ize their holdings elsewhere," he
said, commenting on the land deal.
"We considered perhaps 60 invest-
ment sites in the United States be-
fore deciding on this property.
Frankly, I think it was the weather
that sold them.'" he said.
Garrison explained that the syn-
dicate's total investment kitty for
South Florida now runs about $35
million. The remaining $13 million
will be used to invest in apart-
ment buildings, land, hotels and
other interests.
Garrison told The Jewish Florid-
ian that Boulos will maintain a
home here Six months out of the
year. He intends living on Miami
Beach.
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Friedman. 13201 NE 20th Ct.
The application of both Biblical
and Talmudic values and ethics
to modern living, is discussed by
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
Attendance is by reservation only.
Students Will
Meet for Lunch
Junior high school students of
Temple Emanu-El will hold their
monthly luncheon meeting on Sun-
day. 12:30 p.m.. at the North
Branch Building. 77th St. and
Dickens Ave.
Mrs Hurry Maisel is chairman
of the Youth Commission, and the
project will be under the direc-
tion of O. J. Rosenstrauch. Temple
Youth Commission member.
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Friday, March
1965
, fief ween You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Book Sheds Light on Historic Sinai Campaign
5*HE inside story ol Israel's his
laric Sinai campaign, and ol the eo
animated toglo-Frencli attack on S
n tM6, is t; !il in "Crisis," a book bj
-renco Robertson, ju.-t pul bj
stheneum The author, an english
[vho became a Canadian eight yi n
(go, dees nol display anj special sj m
ithy for Israel, or France or i
and. To liini. the real battlefield
..".:]. KTit'Vie United Nations head-
quarters IB Now York. The real warriors in the Sue? in
cuiei.t, he believes ire not the soldiers, bu: the diplo-
mats
Ind his hero in this battle is Lester B Pearson, the
Canadian statesman who played an important role at
the United Nations during the Sues crisis in bringing
ii crisis to an end II was Mr, Pearson who, as Canada's
; ex refers tor External Affairs, conceived and brought
it the creation of the United Nations Emergency
Force whu'i wj accepted by both Egypt and Israel and
i- now as a wall between them m the Gaia area and
-ban" el-Sheik near the Gulf of Akaba. He sees Ul
Mr Pearson, who was awarded the Nobel Prise lor
peace, the person who, by hi- affiftWe^'Stid"diplomatic
eg nations daring the Suez crisis, contributed more
than anyone el-e to save the world at that time from a
possible world war.
Capitol Spotlight: By WHTON FRIEDMAN
LBJ Appeased Congress for Nasser
Washington
HBS a chain reaction Ol appeal
ment ol Egypt's Nasser been
ignited by the Johnson Admims-
on's s< Be "i Nasser from
the wrath ol Congress on the aid
it is new evident fiat the
i;.: ... Washington
I illy to i h incellor E
m the recen! Egyp
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,,-t.d that Ni
nd si
tin :': sidenl Johnson who
. ml nu ?ur|
is 1 Egypt 1 he White H
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tal i in even I i
Wesl lanj to I nceilation I l
'" l-rael
Our Film Fftlk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Sailah* Winner

(gPHRAIM KIHON,

.opt
U n Glol from the ll
.. pi .- \.- .. ation ai
...1 Awards banquet in !-<>
es early in February The
w languagi a raen coated?
ol being selected as "Oui
standing" foreign tilm. Mr. Topol was named
Most Promising Newcomer- ot Star of Tomorrow
In hi> acceptance speech that was carried by
omhined NBC network throughout the IS and
canada Mr. Kishon stressed the fact that Israel i-
still an infant in film-making and has produced
hardh more than a dozen top features in her 1.
sear- ol statehood. The announcement that "Sal
h.h was to be honored with a Golden Globe receiv
ed a tremendous round of acclaim from the usuallv
rattier blase audience assembled in the Cocoanut
Grose of the Hotel Ambassador.
Kishon. a sad-faced humorist, who came to
Israel only in 1949 from his native Hungary, where
bo experienced 'he horrors of Nazi oppression Got
man} >ears in the most notorious of German con
centration camps, tells me that he spoke no Hebrew
when he arrived in the Holy Land and only through
intense study became the new country's foremost
playwright and man of letter- Today, the comedies
of Ephraim Kishon are being performed in almost
every part of Europe and Broadway: and Hollywood
will have a taste of it sooo. At the West Coast. th-
I'nivers.ty of Judaism plans a stage production ol
Kishon'] '1110 License "
Kishon spent his first year in Israel in a ma"
abara. temporary dwelling of Ihe homeless new-
comer- Sailah." his current movie, is baed on
his own earn experience in such a transit camp
The hero of the turned}, however is Quite un-
like the rather shy, unassuming pl*ywri*iht. Satiah
Shabbali is a robust, flamboyant Oriental Jew who
moves about hi new hr-adopted homeland with Ibe
air of a king worshiped b* his,, wife and eight chil-
dren. His adventures, seen lb the author in I
hittagly sharp satirised light, are-not all to the
liking of the American Jew >*h is kidded in- many
ways, but aroused .real enthusiasm in Israel vrfcere
the play is running lor several years, and I'm.
lion people bought tickets to waleh the aaaankl
version.
Haim Topol. *"bo ereated Ihe character on the
Tel Aviv stage :* an amaung young tbespun capa
ble of portra-mg parts of men more than twice
his ag<
chancellor Erhard of West Germany, noting
Hie Washington trend, capitulated to Nasser- black-
mail Mi Erhard acted on the belief that Germans
were more concerned with preventing East Ger-
man penetration of the Near East ihan in the
pie-t rvation of Israel.
The irresponsible German role in the Near
Eaal i- now the subject of world attention But
: h e American commitments to preservation ol
i ., c and stability in that region are losing mean
n the new turn of evi nts
The time has come to remind Washington I
aeli securit) can not rest lelj upon a changing
oynical German) Israel depends on a v
.,-. ntees voice.1 .a elect.on til I
on otl uons b> various presidents Some
jo. the United States provided Hawk anti-
.,lt missiles to Israel.
in in recent j. the Stal Depart h is
i with avoiding A r a b crii i
l rael was urged to seek it- a ,ens\e needs fr
Wei Germanj Washington urged the Germans to
sell Israel used American equipment The >t..:e De-
partment meanwhile encouraged continued Am
economic aid to Nasser on grounds that this
promoted peace in the Near Fa-t Nassei thus
i ngthened, diverted more ot his own lunds to
the parch sm of additional uXr modern Soi
- He -"';- i hire m re Gem -
nicians
\ in I
... .
ngl n Bonn to Xas*< u kmail
nscn he<
the State D Na-si
\ ihe Near 1 st's "Man on
elback
iashingtoi ity in G< ': tudes
.erlooked The United States I i pur*
did not concur in Bonn's cancelation ol German
- contracts nh Israel, Nor did America tell
Bonn to ratusa to eatend the statute of Limit a
lions coveting trial of Nazi war criminals And no
Washington official urged Bonn to send German
i cket scientists to work in Egyptian military in-
dustries
The United Slates, however, in its obsession
v th rehabilitating West Germany as the corner-
stone of NATO, collaborated in -weeping the Nazi
* ra under the rug. The fiction of a totally "New
Germany" has been written on both -ides ot the
Atlantic
The reparations agreement brought Bonn
i'oak of immunity from criticism. Nazis returned
to high posts. Nazi industrialists defied decartel-
ization orders The State Department did not
want to offend German sensibilities or remind Ku-
rope of Nazi barbarism at a time when Europeans
were a-ked to accept a new German army as their
.-Meld and protector.
He pictures the French Government al thai
very strongly pro-Israel, while the
ment emerges [r m his look as being anti-N'a i,u,
not pro-Israel, although Britain participated .. Israel
in the battle intended to overthrow the Nassei nm.
The person who emerges from Mr. Robertson
one vho was far from being a statesman i- L'.S eUrtl
ol Mate John Foster Dulles. The author quotes naver-l
.-ation between Dulles and the French Fore:.
Pineau, which throw- light on Dulles' mentality
of unriCT^Tnndins of Tertwin aspect's^nT intern;.
lairs, especially in the part of the world whei
and the Arab nations are located. Mr Roberts
to have had access io confidential material pr
unpublished and reveals a good part of this mate
also held conversation-, with David Ben-(iurn :
Meir, Shimon Feres and Abba Eban. as well
French leaders who occupied the highest pos
the French Government and were responsible :
ing Israel in the Sinai campaign. His most int.
chapters are those which contain revelations of
tails of the "Treaty of Sevres," the treats betwei
France and England on how to start the Sinai ca ?aiij
This treats was concluded in a villa in Sevres, |
Robertson reveals in great detail how Ben-Gun tin |
in secretly to France for one day to outline Israi poji.
lien to the French Premier and Foreign Mini-- jrior |
to having the agreement signed.
-il ar
I Bad [
-clems
hmisI;
I. Ht
oifla
with
ini ig
' hflp-
jstng
te de-1
:-raf|..
Off th* Record:
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN

Education I5il
COLUMNISTS ARF SUPF
to h is :,: n i
l
roblems Th'- >i i
real eakness
;t.' ,i pa:t rn Ibi
i cros section of s
latio
ral public mi. i. -
On ":"
b ll and it- admitted!) di io -
circumventing what otherwise would Ix
. .. LB nula foi help
parochial retools As reader sh hi.-"
i : m fienevei erical mfluei ce has
,f s.ate. Ji
. first victims Pos ll rc>
: tuns is such that
reason t
arochial s< I ire
mental

'
i ; iks the
ation i : ppi and it i u!d coi
op< ning the do<
..
And set there is merit to the Othei
view. ourse thei i ari -:
guard- ..gam-t breaching the wall
church and state. The argument that parents
ing to educate their children in parochial *(
must be ready to make sacrilioe ol none)
"king to government support is a polont one ml
only if such parent.- were exempted Iron
Iributing through the tax structure to the -
school system. In addition, there can b
saying the fact that the parochial school ->-'
part and parcel of the American pattern and henc*
it mil-! not be ignored by the central govern "'
in its general school planning.
The mere fact that there are wide ol opinion in our community on the educati
demon-irates anew thai American Jewish W ''
not the- moaoiithic -iructure our enemies sa>
As We Were Soyinf: By ROBMT I. SIGAl
Bonn Exec Sees Shoe on Other Foot
LJARCH MAY PROVE the make-OT
" break month for the West German
Government insofar as living up to -
gatioq ses to close out all avenue
oi escape from legal proceedings tor
N'ati war cnmin.il-
Od ^lar 10. the Bynde>tag low
housjB of P^rhameati at Boen will baSat a Germar. motioa to extend to 3i
years the Statute of Limitations now
. pplied to individual suspects of complicity in the Hitler
inspired excesses. In March, also, there should be forth
coaims from Lintwigntxirg a final report on sjispe
The German judiciary prides uself on having established
al Ludwiajahtirg a ceiMcr excliisiselv charged nub exam
mine and uncovering crimes committed in concentration
camps and so-eailed Special Ac-lions" ouUide the Fed
era! Be pub :
Meanwhile, the angry tone of Bonn Minist.-r of J
otHf
burr I
BwaM Bucher is not very encouraging to '-
into est. ,,ntiN.,zis Herr Bucher is sticking '
to "ha- he regards the legalistic imperative ol :'H
; Ul .ini Ihe Statute of Limitation-, due t
Maj InsofM aa war criminal.- an :" "^
s rl rndsjananf if not sanaaaahai (
the matter In a recent publication, he said "is*-
mans but the Allies who hear the
biiity The Alliu who earned out th> r sally *
(Mxigram. subjecting e-a-c-h ununporta-^
akakabaa) to petty questioning instead ol i'-
really guilty" under the penal I
to hnoa what (he other nations are doing Io I
crime- ;ommiUed against Germans during the
Herr liuiVi i- cotueniptuoiis also ol loi
tempts softtrce an ajctension of the Statute
*
wuslyi the Mini-tor of Justice is. nel
pwtwti !i..-eii tn prgnaued Jewish cenunueitic
out the world


Fridcy. March 5, 1965
+Jew 1st fk rid Ian
Page 15-A
|ev< ID annual banquet of Temple Ner Tamid
nor Isidore Deemar as Man of the Year
liid Mrs. Sadie Trosky as Woman of the Year.
[hey will be cited for their leadership in the
r e's mortgage redemption campaign.
Left to right are Solomon Siegel, Murray A.
Shaw, president of Ner Tamid, Deemar, Mrs.
Fannie Sklar, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spirit-
ual leader, and Mrs. Trosky. The function is
slated for the Deauville Ho'.el on Mar. 14.
Yivo Committee Banquet Slated Sunday;
Dr. Gershon Weiner to Speak at Forum
Yivo Committee of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a banquet on Sun-
day night at the Seville Hotel. The
banquet will highlight the 1965
membership campaign of the or-
ganization.
Guest speaker will be Dr Is-
rael Steinbaum. educator and sec-
retary of the Great Yiddish Dic-
tionary project. (See Page 1-C).
Subject Sunday will be "The
Founders and Guiding Spirits of
Yivo." Prof Mark Weinreich and
t h e recently deceased Leibush
Lehrer "
Yivo was founded in Vilna. Po.
land, and moved to New York in
1940 to escape the Nazi holocaust
and save its valuable collection
of documentary material on Jew-
ish life and culture.
t
Yivo, it he Yiddish Scientific
Institute, today maintains a li-
brary of some 300,000 volumes in
Yiddish, Hebrew and other lan-
guages.
At the regular weekly Yivo meet-
ing on Saturday evening ai 842
Washington Ave.. guest speaker
will be Dr. Gershon Weiner. pro-
DR. GERSHON WEhNERi
i
I
lessor and dean of N*- '.leu ish
Teachers Seminary. II i s subject
will be "Modern Jewish Approach
to the Bible.-" .,
Dr. Weiner is a gradualist the
Veshiva University, Touchers Col-
lege ol Columbia University, and
was ordained at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
Harriman Visit May
(Mean U.S. Arms to Israel
Folk Dance Festival Names Directors Here
Continued from Page 1-A
rework within which fur-
f, 'erences could be held in
t on, with the possible par-
|i of both Mrs. Meir and
ct-es.
States i! a as learned
- lo teel that it is able
the Arabs from en-
Israel's Jordan
| '- but the Israelis be-
> threat by the
Arabs, and their promise of earlj
moves toward Jordan River diver-
sion, are in themselves issues that
in u s i be hailed in their earlj
ages.
However, on a wide range <>i oth-
r problems pertaining to the Mid-
la- East, and Israel's constructive
r le in the area, there appeared to
b< no divergence between the basi
thinking of the American and the
Israeli Governments, as revealed
during the Harriman-Eshkol talks.
cal Leaders on JWB Committee
1 1119 n Sirkm, of Miami
\ I Leon Kaplan of Miami,
named to the commit-
ing the 50th anniversary
\ "I the National Jewish
lar Board, it was announced
f> York by Mrs. Florence G.
resident of JWB.
pi VI. Klutznick, Chicago,
ner U.S. representative to the
' and Social Council of the
P itions, i serving as chair-
man of the committee
The year long celebration will
btgin Apr. 27 to May !. 1966. at
the biennial national convention
Of JWB in New York and will con
elude at JWB's Board of Directors
: meeting in Apr.. 1967. JWB w is
founded in New York on Apr. 9.
1917.
JWB is the National Association
ol Jewish Community Centers and
YM-YWHAs
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of
the Southeast Regional office of
the United Synapogues of Amer-
ica, announces the appointment of
Regi and Joe Yanich as the dance
coordinators for the second annual
Israel Folk Dance Festival spun
sored by the Greater Miami i i
led Synagogue Youth < ition
Participating in the Festival,
which will take place Sati
May l. at Temple Menorah, .ill be
over 200 members of Greati r I
ami United Synagogue Youth
tumps from Temple Emanu-El.
Temple Menorah. Belli Toiali. Tern
pie Zion. Adath VeskOMin, B'nai
Raphael, Beth David. Temple Za-
mora and Temple Sinai, and Tem-
ple Beth Sholem of Hollywood.
Mrs. Yanich learned Israel folk
dances from Ayala Gonnstein.
one of the foremost dance instruc-
tors of Israel, and she has taught
the Israel folk dance at the Hillel
Foundations of the University of
Michigan and University of Chica
go. summer camp institutes, and
the Southeast Federation of Tem-
ple Youth summer camp institutes.
Presently, she teaches Israel
[oik dance at Temple Beth Sholom
on Miami Beach
Mr. Yanich first learned the Is-
rael folk dai'.ee from Fred Berk,
pri sent!} with the 92nd Street
YM1IA in New York, lie was a
dance specialist at the Brandeis
Camp Institute ani dance director
at Camp Tevya Herzl Camp, and
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*,hmist> ncrkUar
Friday. March 5. \%\
Israel Tells UN of Jordan Violations
ureJ
UNITOD NATIONS (JTA) .
Israel feas filed with the Security!
Council a sharp complaint against
Jordan, efcarging the Arab Govern-
ment with serious violations of the I
.1,.Man-Israel armistice agreement
and with endangering the peace of
the area. Israel revealed at the
same thne that saboteurs obvious-
1) being sheltered by Jordan have
carried out three separate efforts
at terrorism inside Israel in the
last two months.
The complaint was lodged by Is-:
Kupot Holim
Luncheon Club
Bi-weekl\ Luncheon Club me."
ing of the Greater Miami Council
of Kupat Holim will be held Toes
day noon at the DILido Hotel. RC-
cording to Jacob R if kin. chairmen
of the council.
Speaker will be Cap! Leo Gard-
ner general manager of the El Al
Israel Airlines office here His
topic "ill be "Vital Hole of Tour-
ism in the Kconomy of Israel
Lubys Are
Honored Guests
Mr. sod Mrs. Samuel Lub) Sr.,
were honored [wests at a luncheon
meeting of South Florida Chil-
dren's Asthma Research institute
and Hospital Council of Presidents
on Tuesday at the Doral Country
Club.
Keynote speaker was Arthur B.
Lorber. CARIH president
Program for the pledge lunch
eon U a fashion show presented
by Hartleys, of Miami.
rael's permanent representative
here. Ambassador Michael S. Co-
may The Israel representative re-
quested that his letter of protest
be circulated to all members of the
Security Council, but avoided ask
ing that the Council convoke any
sessions on the issue.
According to the letter, an at-
tack very arly Sunday "morning
at Kfer Hass, in Uriel's central
araa, about five miles from the
Jordanian border, was only one
of a series of similar recent ef-
forts. At Kfar Hess, two sepa-
rate explosions damaged the
small farm settlement's silo and
blow up part of a bouse where
members of the settlement were
sleep. No one was injured. Is-
raeli border patrols and army
units traced the tracks of three
men back to the Jordanian fron-
tier.
On Jan. 7 Mr. Comay reported,
a group of armed infiltrators was
intercepted by an Israeli patrol
near Nechushah. another village,
remote from Kfar Hess and less
than two miles from ihe Jordanian
border. One of the infiltrators was (
wounded and captured, while the
others escaped across the frontier.
The man caught admitted under in-
terrogation by United Nations mil-
itary observers that he was a |
member of a unit of anti-Israeli
gabOturs at work inside Jordan.
He had explosives hidden in his j
gear when captured.
On January 21. Mr. Comay con-
tinued, explosives were discovered
in itl.'ce at the water dam in the
new town of Arad. Both Arad,
which is about 12 miles from Jordan
>nd ov-|nok 'he Dead Sea. and
Nechushah are in the Hebron
All these acts and effortt, Mr
Comay complained. are "9m.\
violations" of the Jordan-Uran
armistice agreement of 1M int\
"endanger peace in the trt*/
The Government of Jordan, K,
stated in his letter, "must accml
fill responsibility" for the activi I
ties of the sabotage groups in ih|
area.
It is believed here that the sabj
Oteura from Jordan are number
of a group called the Fataa, con|
prised of so-called Arab refuted
working under the domination *j
he Unilied Arab Command estu
lished to carry out systematic J
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Local Delegates Off
To BB Women's Meet
n Nation's Capital Ofe Wish Floridiail
L, jiies who will attend th
nth Women's internalion
ention in Washington. D.C.,
,h,i 7 to 11 include Mrs.
Morns Weiss and Mrs.
Light, Treasure Island. Mrs.
evy, Bal Harbour, and Mrs.
Estht: Berman, Coral Gables.
,! States Attorney General
. deB. Katzenbach will be
note speaker at the open
,liu'i of the B'wi R',i'
s international convention
Sheiatoii'i' ark lillel li
ton, l) C, on Sunday eve
I ||c will address the dele-
The Challenge ol
theme of the five-day
encc
Mr Katzenbach heads a list of
nking government officials
- m public affairs who
i si rib.- various espects oi
Purim Party
Slated Here
On Mar. 14
c\en chapters oi the Mianv
ncil B' if B Wo
pi mn -d .i Purim p
14. 1 30 p.in .
In Hotel
Ki i n, Council presi-
ri thai Mrs. A
* ouncil adull
n chairman, and her i
i -. ii .i pi o [ram
be I speaker
i
i.i. Com
s ;s bj Jos-
>lalck attorney; original
- b> Mr. i eah Udell. lo al
po Israili (oik dance; by the
Girls and holidaj songs bj
Ali- Morris Tamrcs and Mrs Sam
i man
'i rent day economic, social and
mtural changes during the ses-
sions and discuss their implica-
tions for volunteer organizations.
At the Four Freedoms Literal*}
Award luncheon on Tuesday.
Mar. 9. Dr. John F. Roche, chair-
man ot the Department ol Politics
at Brandcis University and nation-
al chairman of American., f 0 t
Democratic Action, will talk on
The Challenge ol Idea- "
Dore Schary, playwright, pro-
Jucer and national chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League o!
B'nai B'rith, will speak on "The
Challenge of Freedom" at a Ini
nan Rights Luncheon on Wednes-
day, Mar. 10. at which the work
I ADL will be presented in a live
Iramatization.
In an evening session, three an
horities in the field oi Jewish ed-
'cation will participate in a panel
iiscussion on "The Challenge o!
fwo World;" They are Dr. Mar
ill Weisberg, dean of the gradu-
tc facultj of Brandeis Universi-
i v ; Dr. Dav d Weinstein pres i
dent of the College of Jewish Stud
- in Chit ago; and I)r Norman K
Primer, New York metropolitan
area director ol llillel Found.'.
ions
\ unique feature i! the i
'ip w ill !. the Mondaj afternoon
Mo Seminars to nine govern
r.i hi ,i.' :.(I, hargi d w ith i ar
nut key prn ; ii
Si cietj Dele gates w II l>"
rted t>> govi bu I
he top policj makers
and Hi.mi- staffs discuss problems
carryinf oul Presi
.: in Johnson's plan.- for the w ir
-i povi '> and cultural dep-
i ivation
The conference will conclude
w ith the installation ol ne.'i\-
elected BBW officers at a lunch-
eon Thursday. Mar. 11 Retiring
president, Mrs. Leonard M. Sims,
of Detroit, and 1 abel K.n/. in-
ternational president ot B'nai
B'rith, will participate.
Miami. Florida. Friday, March 5. 1965
Section B
n
_ j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
IStant stream ol guests in
out ot Ruth and Jack Pop
magnificent Belle Plaza
OUSe On Sunday alternooon
Center of attention, young
PW Howard, son of the for-
n i Ricki Popick and William
1 r Dr. Irving I.ehrman
ucted the Pidycn Ha" Ben
lony. which was the reason
|n' the gathering ...
\ cry difficult to apply the word
ndmother" to chic Ruth in
1 wn created from a gold sari
draped over one shoulder .
N( i mother attractive in a gold
brocade sheath Many favor
able comments en the attractive
decor of the new apartment cre-
ated Hetty Hair Several
conversation pieces, one an art
gallerj covered with the works of
' Simonhoff, fSlaine Bhren-
krani and Rosamond Hammond
Another the wall in Jack's
"tudy holding the many plaques
and citations he has been honor
li .
Guests glimpsed here and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
' and Mayor Melvtn Rich-
Anna Brenner and Ben
Rabbi and Mrt Mayer
mowitz, Rabbi and Mrs
I GrOSS Also meat
mother Dora Waldman coo
over her LSth great-grand
and relatives from Wash-
D.C., Jack's brother Nat
""ll his wife, Mr and Mrs Oscai
Stampler,
Brand new and happily antici-
pated guest arriving on Saturday.
Charles Scott, first child ol Dr.
Leon and Beverly Termln, born
Feb. 18 in .lax. where Dr. Ter-
min is now stationed Accom-
panied by his mother and grand-
mother, Mrs. Edward Feldstein,
who was on hand for his arrival,
the young heir will divide his
time between local grandparents.
Mr. and Mis. Charles Terniin anil
the F.dward Feldsteins .
A young lady who will also cele-
brate future birthdays on Feb.
18. Naomi Nechama. who joins
sister Shit Alyssa 5. and bro-
there David Jonathan 2, in the
home ot Rabbi Eugene and An-
nette l.abov it/.
Celebrating a wedding anni-
versary, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Schulman will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday night at Tit-
ereth Jacob, where they've been
affiliated since 1057 Married
Alar 8. 1944, in (ilendale. Li-
the couple came here in 19-48 Mfld
have one si n ,
News making the Wilfred Roses
verj proud, son Harvcj Martin
Rose a graduate ol the Unh er
sitj oi Miami, now h\ ing in Los
Angeles, has been admitted as a
(citified Public Accountant in
the State Of California .
Pans) Flaum happilj getting
pillows plumped and Hays read)
for husband Larry, who.-'- month
itaj al the VA Hospital wlD
soon be over
This handsome table of young women offers
a pieview of the lovely set':ng that will en-
hance the Westview Country Club on Satur-
day evening for the Young Women's Division
pace-setting event, the Old Fashioned Ball.
Pictured at Fashionplate '65 are (left to right)
Old Fashioned Ball Co-Chairmen Mrs. Howard
Scharlin and Mrs. Benedict Silverman. Mrs.
Thomas Gerard. Mrs. Sam Lubv Jr., Mrs. Perry
Kaye, Mrs. J. Allen Siegel. and Mrs. Marshall
S. Harris.
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+Je*1stncrkH3r
Friday. March 5. 196s
Plcns are discussed lor the Temple Ner Tamid seventh an-
nual banquet to be held Mar. 14 at the Deauville Ho*?l. Meet-
ing at Ner Tamid to discuss the hincticn which w.U honcr
Isidore Deemar as Man cf the Year and Mrs. Sadie Troskv
as Woman of the Yecr are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bake: Can-
tor and Mrs. Saul H Breeh Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bro Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Deemai. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eisenbaum. Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Eig. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ersen^tein. Mr. end
Mrs. Samuel Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Louis Golden Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Greenfield Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gold Mrs. Sonia
Hirsh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Dcvid Krause.
Rarbi end Mrs. Euaene Labovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Liberman.
Mr*. Monya Leshin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liebermcn. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Mayblum. Mr. and Mrs. Max Menschel. Mr. and
Mrs. Era Rosenield. Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin, Mr. end Mrs.
Alexander Rest. Alber' V. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Somer,
Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener, Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw,
Willard Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoener. Mr. and
Mrs. Euqene Schwarz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaw, Judge and
Mrs. Louis H. Stallman. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel. Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Taubman. Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Zaretsky.
Cooking mni
c
orner
G.
Brllin
The Of UK ttkl i.:'
Be* part) far two m low m^m-
it at the i

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' For a larg
e plan a will
the tastes I -
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that -
guests
Sil iv>r-
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most at
re The recipe car. be -.
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It in be assembled
ad needs n
final preparation Thar.
. tad th addil :
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With toe hens trpi
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ic;d If you anr a see-
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the recipe for the Rock Cornish
heat*, that <>e tea he aJeaeat com-
The
:i the
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other
Rock Corrish Hens With
Rum Sauce
-
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teaspoon
. per
fat
2 mediun finerj
2 ti ict
2 canned
1 pineapple
.'- i : up -ned (OBB
and mice
I. p dried currant-
- u larfe brown -
. tablespoons mm
S cups hot cooked rice
Drj the bens ttoouugM.1. and
the salt and pep-
per I a skillv
t .t bp'n the
he-.- jik: the (htij Place
-" dish. i*~ tl
i tide a pen it
i'-.-t the lime juice pineapple,
tomatoe- and juice, currant*, and
brown sugar in the skillet, stir to
!. and bring I a boil. Pour
. tightly, and bake at 350 (legs. F.
about 1 hour, until the birds are
tender Remove them from the
p>n and place on a hot platter
Stir the rum into the sauce V'a--
u.e aaoee and rue in separate
This amount serves 4
i be recii to serve
two. bu: the cooking time is the
-. me
Chicken with Curried
Pineapple Sauce
irter<
n ater
". hi salt
! tea*po

'. tea-; .
am
Place the quar: -.
en in a large skillet
eepan Add all n i [ag in-
rrecKents except the ;.
,.,. -,.,._ ...
ken .
tender, j.....
the pieces i I chicken :- m "he
an : place them side by side
ari sk:r up on broiler rack
fceatprw f platter Add pineapple
jam to 'he liquid in the skillet or
saucepan, stir to blend, brm.
:. boil. ttvn keep hot Bru>h a
.-mall najoant of this sauce over
'ne sarface of each piece of chick
M Brown ftfhtij the
uroiTer. If broiled on rack, re
move to a patter Pour the
scot.
- -upposed to serve 4 tx.t
it might be the
pe to have p


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arl at the luncheon me-
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Friday, March 5. 1965
Jenlst thrl1,-t,
Paqe 3-B
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Wil!
Mark Purim With Celebrations Monday
Shown above are members of the Sisterhood
b: Temple Emanu-El Luncheon Committee re-
newing plans fnr their Silver anniversary
celebration on Wednesday. Mar. 17, at the
BcV-:i Roc Hotel. S'anding (left to right) are
Ii 5, Louis Baron, Decorations Committee; Mrs.
Cypen, hoitess chairman; Mrs. Robert
Frank, decorations chairman; Mrs. Jacob
Katzman, proqram vice president. Seated are
Mrs. Philip Neuwirth. ticket chairman; Mrs.
Jacob Glassman, chairman of the day; Mrs.
Herbert S. Shapiro, president. Committee
members no' shown are Mrs. Harold Levy,
fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Theodore
Zalles, membership vice president; and Mrs.
Reuben Levin, show director.
ine Chapter To Hecr Speaker
Sylvia Kaplan, program
Justine Chapter, an-
A illiam A W> nn Jr .
: en ices cooi di
nomic Oppoi lunity
Di le ounty ill b
at the Tuesday
i ha ter, Worn
Vmcrican Jewish
lie nl Mis S\ '.
1 I'sident, 6500 No
"War n
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Sanford, Fla is
' i nan
luat work
K&hrath^
for Quality
Ha Perfect Salt
for Koshering
II your meat and fowl
:it the Universitj an !
was a [raduati assistant at the
I niversity ol Miami S il sequent
ly, he taught in the Manatee and
Dadi i ounty school systems. Prioi
his a ociat ion t ii the Eco
nomic 0] Pro am, he
was advisor to tl m eati r Miami
' irban Renew i \ >
Th re HI a'so be ;< repoii on
Mi- Federal Aid to R Bill
' hich i- being opposi d bj Amer
n Jewish i 'ong cell as
i report on the i
v est ( and So\ iel
-
p
I
: uker.
Wr-I'll
M,,
i s will Ii ofl icers
pti r Mrs Sj l\ ,,i Silvers, pn -
Barbara Jonas and Ethel
in I., vice presidents; Gertrude
ueiner, treasurer; and Mollie Rudt,
secretary.
Miami EJeach Hadassi h ro
will meet Monday no
Israeli Croup W
Festival Part; at I
tel, with members i
tfi ;a] \ p ,| ,,. p..(
Henrietta Szo'd Groui will hold
i ular monthlj meeting at ih
Algiers Hotel Refreshments will
be si rved. and a Youth APyal
'inc. "Building a Future." will be
oresented, Mrs. Jacob I) Davis
will be giiesl spi aker Mrs Susan
Feller is president.
Emma l.ozarus Group will meel
at Washington Federal on Nor
mandy isle. Mrs, Muriel Joseph
will give a book review of v rip
pa's Daughter," by Howard Fast
I'uriin refreshments will be ser-
ved, Mrs .1. Wolfstein is president.
Deborah Group will meet in the
Mimosa Hotel Apartments Mrs
Herbert Gutman is president.
Bay Harbor Group regular lunch
on meeting al 11:30 a.m. ai the
lingapore Hotel will be followed
>y a gam< > afternoon.
.Mrs. George Meisel is president
H;rrl Group meeting ,il Ih-
lonej Plaza v ill inclu !e
Larry Blu ace lio ii:;. v II
>rtain klr* Milton Wi inb is
ire id< il
chafoma Group regular mi
will feature Yo Ih i!
i'ro is presideht.
Stephtn S Wise Croup will hold
ts meeting I Hot. ;
i'h luncheo i
' ill be marked with a pai \
' dancing, including an ;
participation. Guest speaker will
> Mi Samuel /.. SakTais on "Is
ael Today and Youth Aliyj h
Mrs. Manning Mintus is president.
'slander's ORT
Veets Tuesday
To Hear Singers
Joseph L. Flit will offer a taste
tI a variety of wines from tin
:'aui Masson Vineyards at the
incheon meeting of the [slander's
'hapter, Women's American out
m Tuesday noon at the Reno
Plaza Hotel.
Eighteen-year-old Launa and
It year-old Tanla. sister team,
entertain with songs and com-
Ij i", English and Yiddish.
Mi-. Florence Kupperman, re-
vice president, will give
i i ail .-ketch ol the ORT story
Jack Vi ian is in chargi
nations,
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Phone 531-6811
Diamond Crynial Sail Company
Vane-Tea' Set
For Women
Women's Committee ol Variety
Children's Hospital has invited
members to the new auditorium
on .Monday, Mar. 15, lor its first
-Vane-Tea."
Mrs. Murray Friedman, presi-
dent, said the 1 to 3 pm. meeting'
will be under co-chairmanship of
Mrs Fdward Melniker and Mrs.
William Wisnesky.
Board members and guests will
lour the newly-constructed $2.5
million wings of the hospital, and
hear a talk on the financial needs
of Variet} by Harold Dunsky, di-
rector of the Development Fund,
Kl Carim Ladies' first fund rais
ing affair for the Children's Center
will be a spaghetti dinner at th
Coconut Grove Masonic Temple or
Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. President
of the group is Mrs. Henry S.
Greenbaum. Ticket chairmen are
Mrs. Sidney Kichman and Mrs.
Abe Wininger
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iJeHi&fkvAMar
Fridcv
rAUIETY Jhildrens Hospital
: a dedication cere::
Sunday afternoon tor the
al addi-
- and improvements
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Mrs
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M I \; -ael Gil-
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nble select
M-- \ N Kaplan Her three-
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th a striking por-
tn ne m white organza
Ai- '--. -. Mn ".' rgi Mac
Lea Bette B^ raa
in shell pink moygashel linen.
Bcket was ban I
Edward Memiker chose Wnte
An aaricet md white silk swirled
print was worn by Mrs. Ber.
Weiner :- '- the
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pnni ras in th
neckline and th<.
skirt of ruffled I
Mrs a iky select
ed navy and white in the class*
pin stripe in a tailored suit Mrs
Ben Le\ *as in the
neutral eggsh r Br lai I
Goya red in an Italian knit was
William Shaver
Her -heath -sir' a< toppc
a waial lemglli fitted jacket Hn
Foreman chose a turquoise
and white moire ensemble. Her
ith had a
lumcr A-x:arv oi iM Mfh* Home for the Aged meets at
Wellington Fecerz. Soring*: "i Loan Aatoaabon. Nor-
j ;ie to bao on 3er7-r retell her par-
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i bra* n Aakmai I S .- -
At a recent membership luncheon of Miami Beach Chcpter
of Technion are left to right Mrs. lark Catalan rbakro ni ra I
: hostess. Mrs. Moms Lipp. Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Mrs. Milton Sir-
a p: a and Mrs.
".als creating the collar
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kin. president, end Mrs. Max Kern.
Pioneers Plan Purim Events
Kadixnah J on Wed
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Marriage Topic Of Beach Forum
Wl Srful Mar- |( SO !
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Mesivfa School Bazaar
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- March 5, 1965
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Blvd. is now ORT Boulevard, just for one wee1', to
ORT Day, proclaimed Mar. 3 by the Miami City
|c mission to provide impetus for the Women's American
ing membership drive. Commissioner Sidney M.
ovitz presents the official proclamation to Mrs. Florence
tan, public relations vice president for *he Southeast-
rida Region.
H Joseph H. Murphy, of Coral Gables, siqns. a proclama-
lc declaring Mar. 3 as ORT Day in the Gables. Left to riqht.
I essing the siqninq are Mrs. Faye Klausner. ORT Day
I man: Mrs. Benjamin Green, membership chairman; Mrs.
n -ie*. Konefsky, publicity chairman; and Mrs. Max Sche-
ssident of Coral Gables Chapter.
bbe^rofrters To Appear Here
can Basketball League in
; All-A
ca Bobl .> Joe
: II :
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pitchin best
knov n Iv
i ; m the ': ters'
n "Ti \" Har-
i i in basket
hel" Paige, v ill
Bea< h t onve
I la;
Harlem I etrol
three-game
edians, now ii
i world-wide barn-
play the touring
Generals on Frl laj
nights ;n B:30. and
n mi at 2:30.
available at Miami
ention Hall and al all
k stores.
'in' Trotter troupe
-'i Lemon and a list ot
Americans and profes
which includes Con-
who once led tin
Orthodox Women
To Stage Confab
Ml Max Perman, of New York
i> chairman in charge oi
l reg "ii ii g mizatii n for the
National Women's Branch of the
Union ol Orthrxl x Jewish Congre-
ations, will be guesl speaker ;.t
: conference ol the Florida I
Branch scheduled
for Wedni sdaj ., the Cn
Hotel. Registration for the con-
ference wiil begin at 10:30 a m
n( i.i Jewish life, Mrs.
PernrBfi MR traveled extensively
hroughoul the i nited States and
Canada in behalf of the Women's
Branch, which is comprised ol
more than 700 women's groups.
Theme for the conference, "The
Wisdom i.i Woman Buildeth the
Home," will set the tone for a
>anel discussion on "Building
rhrough Sisterhood Participating
in the panel will be:
Vbraham Levitan; Mrs.
Phineas Weberman, Ohev Shalom
on n gat on; Mrs. Solomon -
.mi: Mrs Isaac
Ever. Agudath Israel Coni
ii Mrs Berel Wein, Beth 1st ai I;
i- Bernard Bas cl Max
itappa rs. Sol Wegei and
Mrs. ll.ii i > I.- rner
Mrs. Harry Personik, ol M
the Florida
Chapter, with affiliate*
from Miami. Miami Beach, a:;:.
Jacksom il
Dpti-Mrs. Club
Skates Luncheon
Opti-Mrs Chili ol Miami Beach
v-. ill hold a luncheon meeting on
: uesday, ii t."i a m at the Barce-
lona Hotel.
Program chairman, Mrs. Gene
I rmip. will introduce Lee Vogel.
radio commentator.
Business agenda will include a
report from Mi's. Leonard 1'latl.
chairman of the club's annual
tund-raising dinner dance, set for
Sunday evening, Mar. 14. at the
Deauville Hotel, featuring Danny
Thomas.
Mrs, Louis Pilzer is president.
Daughters of Israel
Kabin Alexander Gross and
Rabbi Morris Hon witz v.,.! :.
.uuest speakers at the annual
luncheon of the Daughters of l-
iael to lie he Cromwell Hotel in honor of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schech-
ter. founders ol the organization.
Beth Moshe
Cantata Monday
Beth Moshe Sisterhood will pre
sent an original cantata, "Music
that Delighteth the Heart.'' writ
ten by Samuel Gray son, on M in
day at p.m.
Musical \ull fi
Ci ntoi i i llinkes
' ; Ci ntors
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aye Lambert, Ann Lampert,
Anne Martin. Debbie Thomas,
Rhcda Willis, and David, son oi
Cantor Hinkes Narration is h>
Mr.- Josi pii .1. F( OS,
MRS. MAX PERMAN
Beach Chapter
Schedules Quiz
Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter.
Women's American ORT. will hold
its regular monthly luncheon meet-
mi; at 11:30 a.m.. Wednesday, at
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Program oi the day will feature
Sid Gelb, comedian, who >\ill con-
ducl a game of "Quiz-o-Matic."
Dr. Wolf son in Talk
Sixth lecture on "The World We
Live In" series will be given by
Dr. Abraham Wolf son, before Hie
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday morning, 10 to
12 noon, in the auditorium of
Washington Federal. 12;; 1 Wash
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Cantor Koussevitzky, who sin.s
in many languages, is particularly
noted for liturgical numbers from
the prayerbook.
Cantor Koussevitzky. who has
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Friday, March 5,


Physicist to Talk At Beth Sholom
. --. : !'.! i am Kuraui
member of the Departmenl
Physics at the Lrniversitj ol Mi-
life of Al-
bert Einstein .i> it relates t" the
s.\ Who Changed the
Dr Henrj E Kagan.
.:-. 9 p m at Tem]
om.
Kursui -in was born in
Tin key He received hi< r.
Edinburgh, Scotland, and
I'hD from Cambridge, E
- a siof research
ell-u at Y tie 'niversitj
tvisor to the Turkish General
mic matters
He also served as dean, of fac-
iltj 01 Nuclear Sciences and
Technology of Middle East Tech
nical L'niversity in Ankara, as
a ell as consultant to British At
mic Energy Research Estab
lishment and consultant to Mai
Planck Institute for Physics in
Munchen, Germany
I |i cture is part of a series
Kagan book being
\ a It E lucation De-
partment ot Tempie Beth Sno-
lorn chaired by Mrs Irving B.
Kapli
M 8 p n coui ses in Hebrew and
n Jewish history' art' Riven
j n embers of the Beth Sholom
lacult) and Rahbi Sanford Seltzer.
tor, Southeast Federation.
Union ol American Hebrew Con-
regations
Massachusetts Club Meeting
Massachusetts Club of Greater
Miami will meet on Wednesday
evening at the Sea Isle Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Alexandei
Brin. publisher of the Jewish Ad-
vocate of Boston.
Sterling Plans Bar Mitzvah Celebration;
*osners Now in Hotel Business 33 Years
Getting a chuckle ou' of watchinq leading citizens of Greater
Miami rehearsing for the March of Dimes special evert Gili
Coast Capers of 1965" at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Mai. 1J
are Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. 3030 Brickell Ave., and orchestic
leader Sammy Spears, who conducts the Jackie Gleaso:
band. Chairman of the local Mother's March for ten veers
Mrs. Weintraub resigned in 1959, but remains a member oi
the National Foundation Women's Advisory Committee.
United Cerebral Palsy, of Mi-
ami, receives a surprise visit
noted television and
lm star. Gig Young, aid the
.-.undreds of volunteers busily
engaged in working or: CP's
to-door campaign s'ated
Mar. 23 and 24. Shewn
Gig Young is Areo
Chairman Mrs. E
zi 8510 SW 29th St.
Dade Outstanding
Award Group to
Meet Wednesday
tys Out Mar.
Woman for 1964 will I m
'>
\lumni Association I ti
iward is Shi-
Li of B'nai H'rith will
I Wednesday noon at the Ev
. m&m Hotel to discuss arrange-
.lit? fur the nomination* and
aw rd Oi citations
ph M. Lipton president of
e Pastoral Savings and Loan
Association, is patron of the
Arrangements for the kick-off
lun.heon are bein;; handled by
vin Pearlman. president of
- lem Lodge Sanford M.
>u.-rdlin is permanent secretary
I "he Alumni Association
Next year, the Sterling Hotel
will be celebrating its Bar Mits-
ah, and plans are already being
'ormulated for special events to
rark the occasion
Mr and Mi> David Rosner.
owners ol the hotel, are currently
marking their 33rd year on M.
imi Beach, during which they op-
a variety of resorts
Until 1952, they divided their
time between the Beach and At-
lantic City, where they also ran
hotels, and Mr. Rosner was a
partner of his father-in-law.
Rabbi Jonas Greenwa'd.
Since thai time, the Rosners
I themseh es exclu-
ml Beach, when they
the St< rling Hotel at 6767
. ollins S i \ ording t i the Ros-
Sterling was the first
modern hotel building construct-
' for the sole purpose of oper
e traditional orthodox
"It was the first such hotel in
I'nitcd States." they declared,
and we are proud that it served
as a guiding force for the kosher
hotel industry throughout the
nation to adopt improvements and '
to enhance the kosher hotel oper
ation in general."
Now in its 12th year, the Ster-'
ling is open for the summer and
winter seasons. Dining is strictly
kesher and boasts what the Ros-
ners believe to be "the finest ir
traditional orthodox cuisine" A
steady mashgiach is on the prem-
ises
The hotel has 200 feet of pri-
vate, sandy beach, as well as a
swimming pool, cabanas, and
poolside snack bar. There is
also a synagogue on the premis-
es for daily and Sabbath ser-
vices.
The hotel's 150 rooms .'!1 have
television and radio and are cen-
trally air-conditioned and heated
A social directress plans daily ac-
tivities for guests at the hotel.
winch range from yoga exercises
t( com i rts .Hid recitals. The Ster
ling also features solaria for mi'"
and women, as well as a masseur
..nd masseuse
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Friday. March 5. 1965
'Jewlsti/forMinn
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SHE SANG FOR HER SUPPER
Sclma (Mrs. Julian) Rickles cousins Jerric
Lew Kaufman accompanied .io.m Suther
|a i |he opera star, on her Florida lour. Last
Wednesday night, during the performance ol
Lucia." Jerrie whispered to Selma, "We're com-
ing to your house tonight after the performance
for .1 late supper Selma marie a quick exit and
her own mad scene as she hurried to get
Ihi table ready. When Miss Sutheiland and her
husband, Richard Bonynge. and Richard Cross
and the Kauliuan* arrived at Utt- Rickles h llu lahlc was laden. After supper. Miss Suther-
land discovered Selma 'a antique music box which
appropriately enough played the music from
I ucia," and Miss Sutherland sang along with
it How lucky can two people be. having a pri-
vate performance by the charming Joan Suther-
land just lor Selma and Julian. She truly sang
for her supper.
ONE BLACK TIE BALL, COMING UP
Carol Ccurshon is chief cook and bottle
washer, figuratively speaking, for the affair her
husband. Arthur, as state chairman of the Ken-
Library Fund, is planning. The culmination
I (he hard summer's work will be the first
John F. Kennedy Memorial Library Ball on Sun
il. j at the Diplomat. Dinner time in the Cour-
shon house has undergone a change. As a typical
ii 's wife. Carol never discussed business.
\ Arthur looks and listens in astonishment as
Carol bubbles over with questions and infor-
mation about the ball. Arthur shakes his head
queries. "Have I created another Franken-
When the phone rings it's often his
Bea 'Mrs. Aaron) Courshon. to Inquire
about details ol the ball.
TWO HEARTS, LOUISE AND MARTY
llie Stubiiis gave the cutest Valentine party,
Itle late, because it was to celebrate their
15th anniversary, too. Louise, who has been
Mrs Raymond Rubin's gourmet cooking
class, outdid herself in preparing the menu. But
iirandmothers are the best for chicken liver, and
hi i mother. Mrs. Birdie Mazo. is an expert.
Everyone brought a Valentine, and some of
thini were dillies. Marsha and David Rabino-
witz had a box with a live chicken and a newly
laid egg with a Valentine greeting inside Molly
William Altman had a scrapbook with the
historj ol Valentine's Day. while Dr. William
Schifl and his Trudy had a cardboard montage
w Ih .i chicken barn and rooster, and Liz Taylor
Richard Burton kissing in the barn. A Ian
lastic Valentine cheesecake was much more at-
tractive to look at than the mason jar with a
aces ...
Valentine surprise in it that the Lester Ettmans
brought, other guests included Lets and Rob
ert Garvett. Debi and Larry Hoffman, Una and
iro.d Ullman, Zola and Oscar White, i.i. and
Jack Hollender, Dr. and Mis. Benton Perry, Dr
and Mrs. Robert Talmack, and Harriette and
Joseph Bulbin.
IT NEVER RAINS ON YOUR ANNIVERSARY
Florence and Ueyei Baskin have been cele-
brating their anniversary tor 28 years, in the
20 years the* have lived in Miami, all their
Friends have been saying. "It never rains on
your party day This year, hew ever, it did rain,
but stopped in time for the guests to arrive for
the annual cocktail buffet. Among those attend-
ing were Lilly and Al Stone. Ann and Ted Ber-
man, Roz and Hi Forrest. Mrs. Irene Sands, Vir-
ginia and Al Gerd. Lucie and Jack Kligcrman.
Dot and Sid Mank. Ida and Bill Singer, Melanic
and Harold Thurman, Mitzie and Morry Spiegel,
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Barancik. Mrs. Roddy Rood!
Judge and Mrs. Sam Silver. Judge Fred Barad.
Mildred and Mac Billig, Katherine and Hy Fried
man. Henry and Dave Ewen. and Irene and Ed
Cohen.
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JUST FAMILY
The family even Irom as far away as Lake
wood, N.i. gathered to help Rob Breeskin cele-
brate his birthday. He did the cooking outside,
steak ol course, while Annette made her hus-
band's favonte strawberry short cake, with the
place for the candle right in the hole of the
angel food cake. Lots of cousins and in-laws
also included Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis. Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Beskind. and Mr and Mis.
Melvin Kartzmer.
FAIR HARVARD
It was a Harvard dinner al the Dupont Plaza
Hotel with Josea Sert. dean of the School of
Architecture, as guest speaker. Among the Har-
vard boys attending with their wives were Don-
ald Rubin. Meyer Baskin. Spencer Rudnick, Jack
Levkoff, David Blumbcre. and Dr Henry Ring.
JUST LIKE A HUSBAND
Sadie Rosenblum, the artist, doodles when
she talks on the phone Every once in a while
the picture she draws catches her fancy, and
she files it away. But last Monday, she just hap-
pened to use an addressed envelope her husband
bad ready for mailing. He wouldn't let her keep
it because he already had put the stamp on.
Hope someone appreciated the envelope with the
famous Sadie Rosenblum doodling.
Frances Lthman.
The 22nd Annual Concert o\ the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
PRESENTS THE Wlll-KNOWN CANTATA
if
ESTHER HAMALKE"
with the famous Tenor LOUIS D0NT0 as Soloist
BARNETT BREESKIN conducting
SUNDAY, MARCH 14th, at 8 P.M.
JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER, 429 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
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Veterans Stage
Brotherhood Fete
"Brothers in Arms Citizens
Together" was the theme of :>
Brotherhood program sponsored
bj the Department of Florida
Jewish Wat Veterans and the C'ul-
tural Committee of the City of
North Miami Beach on Sunday
in North Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium.
The program ua- opened by
Joe Rosenthal. veteran of the
Spanish American War. leading
the pledge to the flag, and Mrs
Beth Gopman, singing the Star
Spangled Banner, accompanied by
the North Miami Beach Concert
Band under the direction of Sy
Schulman.
Ainslee R Ferdie. department
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, acted as master of cer-
emonies.
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CINEMA
1235 WASHINGTON AVE.
Matinee Evening
55'
1.25
Hebrew Academy Players present a musical. "An Afternoon
with Al Jolson," at the recent mother and daughter luncheon
at the Deauville Hotel in honor of Rose and Dolly Bienenfeld.
Members of the cast are (left to right) Mrs. Charles Simon,
author, producer and director of 'he presentation; Mrs. Mor-
ton Lieberman. Academy artist; Mrs. Murry Koretzky and
Jimmy Rosenstrauch, guest artists. Other members of the
Hebrew Academy Players (not shown) are Mesdames Saul
Breeh, Morris Brody, Bernard Diener. Abe Hoffenberg, Mur-
ray Rosenberg, Donald Schrager, Sam Shapiro, and Harry
Rosenberg, director of staging.
fighi for Sight
Tenth annual election meet in1
ot Fight for Siyht is set for Tues-
day. The noon luncheon will b*
held at the Fontaincblcau Hotel
President is Mrs. Rhoda M. Le
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Friday, March 5, [m
Temple Women's
Executive Here
Mrs. David Levitt. Great Neck,
NY.. WM in Miami this week to
address i conclave lor Sisterhoods
n the Southeast area
Mrs. Levitt is filth vice presi-
dent ol the National Federation
<>! Temple Sisterhoods. She and
Mrs. Cecil Marks. Atlanta. Ga.,
lent of Greater MiamikYLm
president of the Southeast Federa-
tion, shared the platform at Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami. The
day's activities Wednesday in-
cluded a luncheon at 11:90 a.fn. -
Mezuzah is affixed on the main entrance of the Jacob C. Co-
hen Community Synagogue by Jacob C. Cohen, president,
who recites the bletsing. Behind him is Rabbi Abraham Wein-
schneider, senior rabbi of the congregation. Scroll of the
Mezuzah is a collector's item, according to Rabbi Tibor S'ern,
spiritual leader of the congregation, which once hung on the
door of the Bet Midrash of the Chazon Eish in Bnai Brak, Is-
rael, "the universally-accepted authority in Israel until his
death."
Camp Judaea
Socials Slated
Wednesday Eve
Wednesday evening, at 7:90 p.m..
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, president of the
Florida Region of Hadassah. will
host a social in her home. 6300
SW 33rd St.. for parents who are
interested in learning ahout the
rogram offered al ramp J
The camp, located in Henderson
i.:;, \ i i~ sponsored jointly by
ZOA and is open to
~ters who will enter third
through llth grades in September,
1965
Frank Farenbl ioi > tor >
Camp J will show slides ol
imp and answer i uestions.
On Thursday ei ing. M
l er, 17525 SE 8th Cf K.
Miami Beach, will host a similar
:cial in her home
Miami Eyemcro
3ets Top Award
A Miami professional man. Dr.
Sanford L. Ziff. i^ the recipient
of the "Best Scientific Paper"
award of the Southern Journal of
Optometry for 1965.
Dr. Ziff. who wrote a paper on
contact lenses, was honored at the
annual Awards Banquet of the
Southern Council of Optometrists
in Atlanta this week. The Coun-
cil publishes the Journal. More
than 700 persons were on hand for
the presentation.
Dr. Ziff is a graduate of the Illi
is College ol Optometry lie is
a fellow of the Association of
Contact Lens Practitioners. Lon-
don. England, and a member of
\"ati 'ii.il Eye Research Poun-
lal
/
/
MRS. DAVID UVIIT
/Marion Colby on Bead
Marion Colbj. w;
Club Gigi in the
Hotel lor a one-week i n
beginning Wednesda>
has starred in all
business. Her Bn
ances include the
ma Game In
r n in her own AI
show "Entertainmi
appeared on num
television shows,
i.. j | Carsoi

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* COOD FOOD FAST SERV CE R= AS0NA6L.:
? Featuring "WNCHE0HS" for Business Men and
? Across fron Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Aw
Piano maestro Bill Jordan (left) takes a short break be'ween
piano sessions, which highlight the musical entertain-
ment at Bill Jordan's Restaurant and Bar of Music, to chat
music publisher Sam Fox and his wife. Fox, 81, spent a
lifetime in 'he music business, was the discoverer of America's
:ig team cf Lerner and Lowe, of "My Fair Lady" fame.
Essay-Art Contest Winners to be Cited
on
m., in the annual
it sponsored by
J ev ish Kihu a
and the Zionist Organization ol
ter Miami and Hollywood
Five prizes are offered in each
contest by the Zior,i>t Organiza-
tion, including $100 and Sod schol-
arships to Camp Judaea and books
mi Jewish life.
Contest subjects are Chalm
Weizmann" and "Israel and Zion
ism." Meeting will be held in
Spcctor Hal!, at Beth David Con-
gn zation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., where
art objects will be on display, and
winning essays will be read.
Judges include Reyna Younger
man. Herman Higger, Samuel S.
Goldberg, artists; Leo Mindlin, ex-
ecutive editor of The Jewish Flor-
idian; Rabbi David Shapiro, of <
Hollywood; and Louis Schwartz
man. executive director of the Bu-
reau
On the same night, the Bureau
will hold its annual Hebrew Vocab-
ulary Bee. School champions will
give a demonstration of Hebrew
ability in a special program ar
ranged by Schwartzman.
A short meeting will precede the
program, with Joseph Cchon. Bu
reau president, conducting the
-urn.
Adult Education
At Beth David
Adult education courses con
nue at Beth David in conjunc-
tion v\ ith the Bureau i>t Jewish
Education.
Classes in Hebrew and Bible are
held at 8 p.m. Rabbi Klie/er A.
Levi delivers a lecture from :t to
10 p.m.. and leads a discus)
based on his talk A social hour
follow -
i in Tuesday evening, topic wil!
be 'The Role of the S;
Today in Israel"
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[Friday, March 5, 1965
-Jewish th-rMtor*
.ocal Leaders
)n Committee
tatives of local Jewish
I,,' ,e national bodies last
[ the Washington Confer-
I viei i- wry, have met
I irmed an ad hoc committee
rhead local activities calling
|. n la the plight of the Jews
- et
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of
. ih Floi ids Council of Amer-
ivish Congress, is acting
m dI the group u hich mel
id time recently in the
' ii American Jewish
i
| iv Marshall Harris, Al
Mrs. ( harles II. Finkei
Mrs Eleanor Lipton. of the
i sh Committee; Mrs.
|m k 'Ian Bernie Segal, J'o-
L; anich, "i the American Jew-
unm Mrs. Harriett Green,
. American Zionist Council:
|( Kink and [rwln Schulman, of
Anti Defamation League; Ar
pr ttosichan. of the Greater Mi
li I, wish Federation.
u Florence Barth, Mrs. Betty
ia-t. ol the Miami Beach Ila-
Mrs. Clara Burstein. of
idassah; Arnold Fein,
i Irossman of the Jewish War
Mrs, Allied Stone. Miz-
'.': Theodore Berman, Mrs
i) r 15; -kin, National Council of
i \\ men; Rabbi David Sha
nit al Association; Rob-
. i Rabbi Sanford Seltz
American Hebrew
-. K a b b i M .i j c i
. /. I'nited Synagogue oJ
I'erry, ol the Zion-
\ erica,
i Jewish Le
in near future
a [irsl step
an zation<
I i to the Sot i
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JWV in Joint Installation Here
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary of West Miami, will hold
a joint installation of officers on
Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the Crosswa;
Airport inn, 1850 .v,v LeJuene Rd.
Serving for the 1965 66 term w.ll
be An Rosen, commander ot the
pest lor a second term, and Mrs.
living Achtman, president of the
Auxiliary, succeeding Mrs. Irv-
ing Koris.
They will be installed by Jack
Herman, senior vice commander,
Department of Florida, and Mrs.
Irving Cooperman, senior v c e
president, Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary.
Chairmen of the installation are
Mrs. Stanley c o l d and Jai n
Stern.
Beta Torah Men's Club
Men's Club ol Beth Torah will
celebrate its sixth anniversary du-
ring services on Friday evening
conducted by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz
Julius Gordon, club president, will
oiler greeti
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
National Community Service Awards were presented last
week by Dr. Louis Finkelstein (left), chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America. The Herbert H. Lehman
Medal was conferred upon Briq. Gen. David Sarnoff (second
from lef*\ and Joseph Coh^n (center! was among eight re-
cipients of Community Service Awards. Cohen is president
of the Bureau of Jewish Education and a vice president of
Temple Emanu-El, a board member of the Greater Miami
Jewkh Federation and an active leader in the Bonds for Israel
campaign. Looking on (right) is Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum,
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Sol Furst and Abraham Borman. Etra is chairman of the
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under Jewish auspices, and Furst and Borman are trustees.
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Friday, Maich 5,
1965
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Edith Arvey grew up in Chicago, little dreaming lhat
one day she and her husband. Jack, would be as much a
part of Chica^os history as Mrs. Murphy's cow. Dauijhtcr
of a well-known rabbi, the atmosphere of Kdith's home was
deeply religious Edith started hor own housckcepiri'-:
when she was a vounu bride.
At- age 17. she met her future husband He was 20
and president of the club where their meeting took place.
It is a wonderful experience, never to be forgotten, to be
inajueil with your very own father officiating at the cere-
mony. Already then, the handwriting was on the wall as
to'wha* kind of a man Jack Arvey was going to be. He
took the bar examination at 20 and passed even before he
had finished law school. At 21.
he was Assistant State Attorney.
Looking back over the years,
Edith recalled that it is a marvel
ous iooling to start together and
mow up together as she and .lack
did They have three children.
[rv'in, Howard and Hilen Sue. and
six grandchildren. To share the
life ol a politician is most exciting
oughout their colerful years to-
gether, they have entertained and
been entertained by man) famous
people in the news Gov. Adlai
Stevenson was one of their most
interesting hOUSe quests. President
Harry Truman and Mrs Truman.
.He also two oi Edith'- favorite
people
The ward in Chicago where the Arvcys lived was one
espec.all) noted lor 'he way it took care of the needy
Edith did her -hare in helping During World War II. when
Col. Arvey spent two yean in the South Pacific, and both
.-ons were also in the service. Edith gave unstintingly of
h< i-ell. her lime and money Chicago's 24th ward claims
Edith a member in most all of its community work and
organizations.
The Arveys belong to the "Stay Through May" group
Miami Beach i- their second home Jack thinks nothing
of jetting hack and forth between here and Chicago he -
a Number One commuter. They enjoy everything that thej
can do together travel bridge and golf, which Edith
plays a lot
In .Miami, as well as Chicago, there are always so
many community alfairs to attend at which the Arvey- are
the center ol an admirig group. To the world at 1 irgi
.: Arvey is a dedicated man who has made a last-
ie polities of Chicago and the world ol Ju-
daism But to an adonnu wile, in Edith's own words. Jack's
ronderful. understanding, tolerant, -oil
nusual young man she married 48 years a



EDITH
European Zionists Welcome Eshkol
Statement as a 'Positive Attitude'
ANTWERP >>TA D
gates to the European Conference
General Zionists concluded
their conclave here with a re-
solution welcoming Prime Minis-
ter Eshkol's declaration on Zion
i-m as indicating a "new and
positive attitude toward the
Zionist movement" but asking
also that 'thi- declaration be
translated into realities
The resolution added that the
t.i-k of the Government should not
be limited to cooperation with
the World Zionist Executive in
education, culture and youth work.
It stressed that th Govern-
ment's task also was to holp
The Zionist movement to renew
its status, influence and leading
role in Jewish life. In another
resolution, the delegates said
that the "great task" of the
General Zionist movement was
to strengthen and increase its
unity.
The conference appealed "to all
sections and organizations of the
Jev isfa people to mobilize their
efforts and forces for systematic
action for the rights of the Jewish
community of Soviet Russia."
The delegates also expressed
"great concern" over the fact
that the West German Govern-
ment had not undertaken "neces-
sary and effective steps" to halt
rne work of West German
scientists on advanced weapons
sy.-terns in Egypt.
Charming, Balser
Exchange Vows
Mi Ellen Marcia Balser. daugh
tor ol Mr and Mrs. Meyer Larry
Balser. of Atlanta. Ga.. was mar-
mo on Feb. 7 to Joel Baer I'han-
r son of Mr and Mrs Jules
.'. Cbanning, of Miami Beach.
Dr Harrj II Epstein, oi Atlan-
ta, and Dr livint Lehrman of
Miami Beach, performed the cere
mon> in the Ahavath Achim Syna-
gogue. Atlanta. A reception and
dinner followed.
The bride, who \ her father, wore a Bianchi original
moor cd rhajJti'lv^ 'ace encrust
ed in seed pearls. The fitted bodice
lad a .stoop neckline linished with
scallops, and the slim skirt of lace
was fashioned with a bias fold of
peau de sole appliqucd on finished
scallops The train of matching
lace was attached to lorm a vvat-
teau back.
Imported illusion was held by
a small pill box of matching lace
with tiny seed pearls, and she car- '
ried phalaenopsis orchids and
stock forettes.
Miss Ellen Ackerman was maid
of honor. Other attendants were
Miss Connie Abrams. Mrs Jack
Balser. Mrs. Ronald Balser. Miss
Eteglna Brown. Mrs. Harold Gaf-
hii. and Miss Linda Stone.
Bride's book was kept by Mrs
Albert .1. Hutzler III and Mrs Wil-
liam Buchman.
Harold Gaftin was best man and
Jon Cbanning junior best man.
Groomsmen included Jack Balser.
Harvey Abramson, Ronald Balser,
Robert cnaikin. Hartley Natowitz
Lola Nadler
Is Engaged
Mrs Robert Laurel ha- an-
nounced the engagement of her
sifter, Miss Lola Nadler. to Shel
don London, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert London, of Baltimore. Md.
Miss Nadler is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs Harry Nad
ler. of New Y*rk and Miami
Beach.
The future bride graduated from
MJami Beach High School and the
University of Miami and taught
in thi New York City school ->-
tern.
Iler Ranee also received his
legree at th.- University of Miami
and i- presently attending the
University of Maryland School of
Law
An April wedding is planned
Kaufmans Tell
Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaufman
s\v i>:;rcl Ave., have announced
the engagement ol the:!- da ht< i
Ellyn Rita, to Fred Denis llirt The
future bridegroom i- the son of
Mrs Herman Sumars, of Bay
Heights, and the late Samuel Hirt.
The bride-elect is .i graduate ol
Southwest Senior High School and
attended Miami Dade Junior Col-
ll ge She i- presently employed as
a dental assistant,
Her fiance is a graduate .it I i
Gables High and will receive a de-
gree in business administration
from the University ol Miami in
June.
Miami Hadassoh
Groups to Meet I
Miami Chapter of Ha croups have plann
ings for Monday
Aviva Group meet H, ,,
in the home oi Mrs ;
mar. MS SW 135th -
ture -> medley ol songs
Lcssn* i
'a-
Chai Group will i, .- al j^
p.m. at the home ol Mrs .V"_
Stern, 2041 NE 196 j
members and sponso,
ored. Theme of I ..,_ ^
Dc "American and Coi ;:, U
fans.' Harold Greem
on "Interama "
t-ak
UK. tOtl CMANNIN6
and Paul Robinson. Ushers were
Arnold Balser. Michael Ross. Joel
Rotenstreich. and Robert Silver-
man.
Mrs Channing attended the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and plans
to complete her studies at the I'ni
versity of Miami
Mrs Channing graduated cum
laude from the University of Flor-
ida School of Architecture, attend
d the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology Graduate School of
Architecture, and is presently
working towards a Master s de.
gree in civil engineering at the
University ot Miami He is associ-
ated with the firm Ol Jules P,
(banning Associates, Architects
and Engineers
Forte Towers Hadassah
Mrs Norman Meyers, member-
ship vice president. Miami Beach
Chapter Hadassah. announces the
first open board meeting ot the
new Forte Towers group will be
held on Monday. 730 p.m.. in
1 the Forte Towers apartment of
Mrs Susan Feller
Temple Judea
Annual Dinner
Temple Judea Men's Club will
be host to 125 fathers and sons on
Sunday noon at the Temple
Refreshments will be followed
bj an exhibition of judo by Tom
Dickenson, of the Etcki i
School of Judo in Coral Gables
Later in the allern- on, tl
tire group will a 11 < nd Miami
Beach Convention Hall [or a bas
ketball exhibition bj the Harlem
i ottei -
'Chai' Donors
To be Honored
uwitz will
tribute to Torah Fund "Chai"
l nors at a lun< I be hel '
w, dne la) 1230 p.m.. in 'l
pie Menorah Social Hall.
A musical program planned
by Mr- Mayer Abramowiti
Mr- Lillian Rothchild and Mrs
Pauline Lew are sponsor- Mrs
Sam Belsky is Sisterhood presi
dent.
Menorah Group will h< Id it -. I
ular meeting Monday. 12:30 m\
at HUM House on tin ..:iip.(j
the University of Miami _:U\
Schwartzman. executive direct*,!
Bureau of Jewish Education *f(
be guest speaker. Subnet u ,fc,
"Reaction to Emancipation Bi
treat or Progress."
Mount Scopus will niu; Mc :3j
12:30 p.m at Beth David <
gation. Samuel Cairien vri btl
guest speaker, and .
Israel will be presented
Naomi Group will ;
p.m. meeting Mondi -,
Gables Federal on I de .an
Blvo. Guest speaki
Attorm > Richard > '-tern His I
topic will be "Extn lj8S.*j
A question and answi
follow.
Torah Group will
noon al Pythian li.... 460. W.l
Flagler Si lor a I
Lunch will be follower k|
Mandolin Orchestra Heo-i
Jewish Home for Ihi
entertained on Wedne-..... evduij
by the Greater Mia:; \Ur.iob
Orchestra conducted bv loa
Powesky. Made up o: retired
sicians, the group ai>i- behat
senior citizens in honu- and he
pitals. Ben Dickman pres :e
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Joseph Krefetz. Temple Judea
president, has announced that the
annual dinner dance will be held
at the Temple on Saturday, start
tag with a reception at 7 p.m
Dinner will be served at 8 p m
Over iw guests are expected
at the affair which will feature
professional entertainment a n d
music by Johnny Ma-
Committee members are Me-
dames Melvin Harrison, Leonard
Kalish, Joseph Krefetz, Marvin
Levin and Bernard Yesner
Roosevelt in Race
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Beach race I- ,,: nouncing, Roose
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Friday. March 5. 1965
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eei members of Beth Israel Conqreqation
;roundbreaking ceremonies for the new
igogue to be erected at 40th St. and Chase
., are (left to right) Morris Weinstein, first
vice president, Jacob Kaufman, We qnbbni,
Scmuel Reinhard, Albert Broad and Morris
Sugarman, life trus'eee.
Rabbi Berel Wein.
Spiritual leader is
:mp!eting plans for a testimonial dinner hon-
-g Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Simon given by
" -pie Beth Tov are (top row) Mr. and Mrs.
r.rad Allain, co-chairmen of the event, Mrs.
: ore Bolner, Nat Lurie, Mrs. Thomas Gru-
g, Sid Shamis and Murray Simon. Seated
i Rabbi Zevi Greenwald, spiritual leader,
Mil'.on Miller, president, and Mrs. Murray
Simon. Not shown are Hy Horowitz and Thom-
as Gruberg. Secretary of State Tom Adams
will be principal speaker at the Apr. 3 event
scheduled for the Starlight Roof of the Bis-
cay ne Terrace Hotel.
ith Tov Oneg Shabbat Friday
Oi Shabbat on Friday eve- to be held Apr. 3 at the Biscayne
Bl Temple Beth Tov was Terrace Hotel
e Building Fund Com-
" 'he testimonial dinner
Tov's Future Lies in Your Hands."
Honored guests at the dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Simon.
Formerly Southwest Jewish Cen.
ter. Tempie Beth Tov, at 6435 SW
Conrad Allain, chairman of the 8th St.. has Rabbi Zevi Green
Temple Beth wald as spiritual leader.
Sifted Pianist
Wins Top Award
! Of Music Grosp
Miss NaLalie Deich i:. gifted pi
inisl who is a two-time winner ol
he National Federation of Music
"libs' young artists awards, has
ecelved a meril award from the
>airy Coun.il oi South Florida.
I he (l.m.hi r of Mr. and Mrs
| rving Deich. mi Ingraham Hwy.,
as ">loerl twice un'i the Miami
Symphony Society.she has won the
laticnal recording contest spon-
ored h> the Composers' Press, and
I nd has appeared on radio and
; ell-vision programs.
She belongs to L'Allegro music
onorary at Coral Gables Senior
ligh School. National and Spanish
Conor Societies. Coral Gables Jun-
ior Music Club and B'nai B'rith
Girls ol Coral Gables.
The Dairy Council has a continu
ng program to honor meritorious
OUng people in Dade County. Nomi-
nations may be sent to Agnes Ed-
vards, tool NU 7th St.. Miami.
Pacers Saturday
At Pompano Park
There'll be a top notch field ol
hree and four-year-old pacers
racing at Pompano Park Saturday
night.
The third round of the $40,000
Secretary's Series is up for grabs,
and Pompano Park officials are
looking for a crackerjack field to
line up behind Paul Young's mo-
bile starting gate,
Expected to start in the head-
liner arc Philip Brian, Duke- Son
Meadi u Tarport, Russet Chip.
Simple Simon, Paula Pence.
Knight Ranger an i Proud Victor.
The possibilitj exists that at
many as in will clash in the top
race on the 10-evenl program.
Si. far through the scries, live
ces ha\ e I een presented, and
.here have been Eive different
,< inner-.
In addition to the Secretary's
Series Saturday night, a top notch
trotting event Is slated, as well
.is two pacing events for older
. rs -
Pompano Park races nightlj ex-
cept Sundays, and will conclude
i:s tirst full meeting Apr. 6. Post
time nightly tor the first race is
3.30 p.m. ST.
MISS NATALIE OUCH
Hollywood USY
Chapters to Meet
United Synagogue 1'outh chap
leis of Temple Beth Sholem in
| Holly wood will play host on Sun
day morning t" a allegation of
Beth Torah/'USY Both groups will
participate in the regular service,
an after service breakfast, and
then in a debate. Should the Bar
Mitzvah Age be Raised to 15?"
Temple Beth Sholem CSV is
headed by Harold J. Goldstein,
youth director, and Murray Co
hen. Youth Commission chairman.
under the supervision of Kabbi
Morton Malavsky, The chapters
plan and participate in meetings,
vi-.ei -. breakfasts, edu-
i al ional, ci lu ral and social e\ ents
Pies f Si : '". I SY !
' i.'tit and
religious i hail man is Gladys Ma
lavaky. Peter Hockman is presi
'i the J'un'oi 21
1! ers v 111 attend the lUtl
east regional conventhn to b-j
held at the I'd.ion Hotel
Pur'tm Alnsquerode Dance
Purim masquerade supper dance
will he held at Surfside Town Hall
on Saturday, Mar 13, hy Hadar and
Kinneret Chapters oi the < ung
Mizrat Women 1 : America Fund-,
will ,:.--.-; he maintenance of nur
serj ho ils and fresh air camps
for underprivileged children 1:1
Israel.
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Friday, March 5, 1965
Workmen's Circle Branches Launch 65th"
Annual Membership Drive This Week
Puiim is "pretty soon" for these youngs'ers in
Temple Menorah's Kindergarten. Construc-
tion paper becomes kingly crowns, and milk
caitons are magically converted into groggers.
The festive spirit of Punm is an obviously
serious concern fcr tne 21 youngsters in Mrs.
Rita Honor'8 class consisting of Jill Paei
Steven Baei. Howard Block, Gilda Brazlavsky,
Susan Brenner, Jay Ginsberg, Robin Green-
wa!d, Jaclyn Kasdin. Alex Kauffman, Nelson
Kerbel, Daniel Lowinger, Lisa Mahl, Brenda
Pundik, Sonia Sapoznik, Solomon Susi, Rose
Trrner, George Volpe, Richard Weinstock,
Maiio Werbin, Jaclyn Willig and Brian Wil-
The> children will prepare a special
piayle'. for Temple Menorah' Purim Bazaar.
A. C. f/Nf
WKJ7H.V
MRS. KlISER
Leading Beachites are Named Chairmen
Of Jewish Convalescent Home Dinner
Leonard Wemstem. constable
ol Miami Beach, anil A C. Fine,
nationally prominent philanthrop-
ist, have been named chairmen of
th. "New Horizon.- dinner fOI
th. Jewish Convalescent Home of
So ith Florida
Mrs Joseph E Reiser, presl
.t ol the kosh.-r convalescent
..r nursing home, announced the
ointments this week, atat
at the Hon i set nd an
be held oi Ma
'
Th community supported,
\ profit institution, also
knjwn as BiWur Cholim, "is now
in its seventh >ear of operation
as the only kosher convalescent
ho.ne in the area serving wel-
fare and indigent patients" |C
co d.ng to Mrs. Keisr,
New I as -
lected bj Dinner Committee mem
bera aa reflecting the ground
breaking for a new 15-bed facility
to be built adjacent to the exist
log building, which will take place
early this spring. The ultra modern
addition will bring the Home- to
tal capacity to 130 beds
The new I\ appointed chairmen
will shortlj announce the name
i well known theatrical person
alitj who will serve .
ceren i '
I annual 'Man I
Y, at ill also


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ses f
iinner an ents
Gulfstream Opens
Meet This Week
Gulfstream Park was to begii
- seas 'ii Thurs la> amid indi
[or record meeting Two
rks have been s, i ev< n be-
race ".is run, and ihi
dients for the establishment of
tl i records durum the 43-daj
-. --. m were present
The track's purse distribution ol
$1,979,138 will be an all-time high,
, nd so will the S47O.O00 devoted I
stakes and features Other impor-
tant records Cultstrcam's manage
ment will be shooting at are at-
tendance and mutuels. This task
may be difficult, since Gulfstream
was up 20 9 per cent in attend-
ance and 11.4 in mutuels last year.
However. Gulfstream has com-
pleted a 1750,000 construction pro-
-ram in the grandstand, doubling
the space and providing man) new
facilities (or patrons, including a
cafeteria ami additional windows
for handling twin double play. This
along with the SI admission to the
Annex, and ;he completion of main
high speed arteries leading to the
track, is expected to attract and
hold new fans
Optimism is expressed by both
James Donn Sr., chairman oi
Gulfstream'.s Board
James Donn Jr pn i
The set Donn said. "I am h
lul v. e v. ass st year's si

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the handicap, it -
thai stars as Gu last
., ind I965's i
ilorse ol N
will be it th Cand)
Spots and tl first I r finishers
in ihe recent WidenerPrimordial
II, Hot Dust. V and Ti
baldo s T
Dade Dentists
Assist Variety
Workmen's Circle branches here
this week launched their 65th an
nual membership campaign. Each
branch has set as a goal at least
00 new members in order to send an
honorary delegate to the liHiu na-
tional convention in New York
One of the country's oldest na-
tional Jewish fraternal and cul-
tural organizations, the \Yo:kncn's
Circle was bunded in 1890 by a
roupol skilled worfcoYs who want
ed to work together for their own
cultural enrichment and to provide
a means of mutual protection
through insurance and other benc
tits in personal and family emer-
gencies
The Workmen's Circle, known
in Yiddish as the "Arbeiter
Ring," constitutes a cross-section
of the American Jewish Com-
munity. The last rational con-
vention of the organization
adopted resolutions calling for
increased federal aid to educa-
tion, for liberalizing U.S. immi-
gration laws, and strengthening
civil rights legislation.
I'nder the supervision ol the
United States Information A
the Workmen's Circle initiated
community project for Books from
i a in a r iou s si
throughout the countrj G
Miami Branches were the first
such project initiated under the
aegis of the Greater Miami Bo< ks
i Committee
Among t h e national and lot a
projects this year are "The War
on Poverty" and 'Books l.S A."
Miami branches v\ill sponsor a lo-
cal Books U.S.A. project this spring
and summer
Currently there are six branches
here, including English speaking
and Yiddish-speaking, i n Miami.
Miami Beach and North Miami
Beach. There are two I. L. Peretz
Workmen's Circle Schools, and on
the planning board is a third one
in the North Dade area.
The organization sponsors a
choral group, directed by Ben Yo-
men. lectures and forums. The I.
L. Peretz Workmen's Circli
will host Jack I). Gordon, n
of the Dade Count) Bo ird
lie Education, as us ni XI -
on Tuesday, Mar n; .
3rd St.. Miami.
The Workmen's Circle
er Miami office at 940
Mall has available for the
the following
, a A short bibliograpl
lie Jewish literature
A bibliography ol tl
from Yiddish literature
"Who Need> Yiddish' ,\
study of Language and I
Joseph c. Landis, asso<
sor of English at Queen i
^SW
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Registration Open
At Or Olom
Mrs Eli King president Board
ol Education. Temple Or 01 m
! -or> Kindergarten School,
ses that regi
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11 aft -. st rj telling, tnusu
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BYRON TOPOt
Normandy Isle
Residents Meet
For '65 Appeal
Byron .1. Topol. a leader in both!
the Trades and Residents Division.'!
of the 1965 Combined J< ;-h A; i
peal, has invited his Nnrmaitdjl
Isle neighbors to be hi- -
breakfast on behalf of CJA thu|
Sunday at 10 a.m.
The event will take place ai tn-'j
Washington Eederal 5a' |M
Loan Association Audii
Normandy Dr.. and I
all Normandy Islet ,
join him in learnii
1965 Con ni '
utstan hn
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Maj T of Miami B< i
Counts

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Clii
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Scui Penick. dir d GokUx
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thought it was
part of my
religious obligation."
...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."
"...well,
my wife
is sort of
helpless about
something
like that."
"...because
I didn't
want my
wife to
have the
burden."
"I handle the business
in my family."
".. because I
wouldn't want
my wife to
overspend,
just because
she wanted
to do right
by me."
ffWe
always make
our decisions as
a family."
...because
saw
what Sarah
went
through/7
"This may
sound funny
but I found
it was a good
investment."
There are many ways of looking at it.
Some see it one way. Some another. But at many ceme-
teries, a majority of people are now making the neces-
sary arrangements in advance. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of emotional
strain. Prices and services can be compared in a calm,
rational manner. And many difficult decisions will not be
left for the family to make when they are least prepared.
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-Jenisfi ncridian
Friday, March 5. ;q\
at
^Aiitzva/t
Kenneth Docks
Woyi Omel
Joseph Maer
Murray Silverstein, wil
be
Wayne Omel
On Saturday morning, Mar. 6.
Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don-
Omel. will be Bar Mitzvah
during
North Dade. er ReUgAus School and la
Wayne is a seventh grade rtu- nember oi ihc Youth Group.
dent at North Miami Junior High Pal|| W|M bt, honored at th
and Temple Sinai's Religious 0ne Sn.lbbuf 0n Friday evening
Teens to Hear
Harry Simonhoff
Miami attornev anil author.
iwill be gue t
speaki Temple Menor
ikiasl on Sunday
spe on Jewish
,... ;. and Jewish R
i nple Men irah
.. s] si e breakfa
i Hewing the meal, the
V -. v. ho ill participate in
he city-wide I -Y Dance fe
o b held in the temple social
iali on May '.. will meet lor re
earsal
atllnm\ Wle uH>nroMhree
Mka dealing with American
Bar jews
Uitzvah at the Israelite Center
Paul is in the seventh grade
.t shenandoah Junior High. 11
. at Temple Sinai |s ;, student at the Israelite On-
a
USY'ers will also meet on Sun-
laj night to plan participation in
he Southeast Region USY con
,c;\ion taking piaci in Miami
h (.n Mar. 19 10 21.
Greek Forum
School. His lavorite game is loot- ||'i's'"*pa7ents will sponsor the Kid Al RAflrh "Y*
ball, and bis hobbies are stamp ,Ush foliowinsj Saturday morning **" *^*"*"
and coin collecting.
A memj er "t the Science Club
'.i-u.il Club, the cele-
! Is entering a proj ct in the
- |e i e Fair on the subject of
, ant er
Joseph M*er
\ k ill follow th. Bar
ph Maer
rning, Mar 6, al
Beth T "
i is Mr ..".i
Wallace N 675 Tam-
il and is in the
il Kmlnch Park
services, and are also honoring A new cultural forum. The
lim at a buffet supper at their Golden Age home on Saturdaj evening
Randy Sarles
R in. >. i. dr ....! Mrs Dan
i 1051 St.. N
Beat i. will be Bar Mite-
emi Vesl in
irmg the ;,n for Bar M''
er al ,
K. Kenneth Dack*
Martin Forster
Martin, son et Mr. and Mrs I.e.
horsier. 6316 SW 10th Si., will bl
. ailed t" (he TOYah as a Bat Hit!
i ah on Saturdaj. Mar 6 al Tern
lie /..on.
The celebrant, ho prefers to be
. ailed '.Marly.'' i- m the -' venth
ri de at West Miami Junior High,
and his favoriti st I ieel i
lath Be plaj the French hor
i the school h..n.I and has been
. ihe piano for six years
kith u| ii his music stud) is in fh
al field, he collects rock
'1 records.
Martin, wh ii 11; bet r
. bj Rabbi Alfred .'.
of four lectures and discussions
ill begin Wednesday evening.
War it. B:15 p.m al fte Miami
leach YMfl \. 1586 r,..\ Rd.
Mi Clayton Fein, chairman ot
he series, announced that ^tiest
rer wi I be Dr John F. Hall,
soc ate | ii< i. Departmen
:uma i ie Unit ei sitj of Miami
Dr. Hall is a specialist in
Ii ...'. n. lie lived ir
c i in reece, where he 8id ex
ch.
Ei ch si ssi n" \-
a hall hours on I
;i ( .- -;\ e W <
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Pcu! Silverstein
Mrs
Crowd Cheers
Lombardo, BcsSe
A turn-away cro I i eered Sun
KAY KAKOL
Miami City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz (riqht ues z
official proclamation to Henry Oxell, chief barker of Va:.--;
Club, designa,;ng celebration of Variety Week in
The service organization is sponsor of Variety Children's H.s-
pital. the na'ionally known pediatric ceVter.
UN Association to Install Officers;
Dr. Stanford Slated as Guest Speaker
During services Satur Ii
Mi : 6 in Beth David S} na
1
h
us sen
i- a -
. :,t sh h Juni .
where he plays clat
He i- inti
n c .n collecting and alhlt I it
Murray Packs. son ol pioneer
members bl Beth David Congrcga-
night at the Starlight Roof tion was also Bar Mitzvah at
Dual Beach Hotel wen :he Beth David. Mrs Dacks i- presi-
"sweetest music this side ol heav (Jenl of Beth David si-terhood.
en." Guy Lombardo and his or- The celebrant will be honore I
chestra, blended with the mosl at the K'ddush following services
explosive sound in jazz. Count Ba- and at a formal dinner in Spec
sie and his group. ; tor Hall on Saturday evening.
Yorajist Joe Williams, a former! Grandparents, Mrs. Jean Green
long-time regular with Count I berg and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Basic, rejoined his old boss lor a Dacks. all of Miami, will he among
set of vocals, including his those attending the celebration,
famed rendition of Everyday."
and Dixieland Jazz great. Phil, Ira GUiberman
.Napoleon, joined the Lombardo| 0n Satlirday morning. Mar. 6. Youth Camp Jamboree of Stars
group tor a solo. a, T(.mp|e 0r 0jom Ira ^ of at Midmi Beach Convention Hall
The Jamboree was held in hon-Mr am| Mfs A,bi.n Gleibt.rman 0P Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
or of Count Basic s final night of ^ ;>, ,, ,
a two-week stand at the Doral. *'" *. Bar Ml,z\"h- On^ally scheduled tor two
Beach in a booking which had him i ,ra ls a seventh grade student tf&tts the show will be present-
and Guv Lombardo plaving under !a< w' M,a,' J,inior Hitsh. where ed only on Tuesday. Monday night;
the same roof. Lombardo and his h's bt'st subject is science. He also tickets will be honored at the
Royal Canadians continue playing| Participates in sports Tuesday evening performance.
Attending the Bar Miztvah will Arnie Barnett and his orches
be his great-grandmother from lra will back up the many ton
Far Rockaway, NY., Mrs. Yetta stars making guest appearances.
Eisenstein, his grandparent-. Mr. Acts to appear include Marsl
ind Mrs. Max Gleiberman. Miami and Adams, comedy team; Jimim
teach, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J Roma, musical act: Phyllis
Aeinberger. Bayonne. N.J. Branch, novelty singer; Holly
A reception in the celebrant's Warren, society songstress; K a .
honor will be held at the temple in Karol, comedy ventriloquist
Pythian Camp
Star Jamboree
Tuesday Evening
A variety show, providing three
hours of entertainment starring1
comedian E d d i e Schaffer as
master of ceremonies, was an-
nounced this week for the Pythian
Miami Beach Chapter ol the
Nal ons \-- m iatlon win
- a nual in1 '" '
Si tin aj Mar 13 B p.m.. ct
Al Hoti 1
wii; K"i>
i i Sen. 1
mast"!
Nal '
II be iven bj Vli is A i rab
i be fol '
lo t!n I n i1 I: ano R.
I I.ihi arj.
Principal address will be de-
h\. re : by Dr Henrj Kii
ford, piesi lent ..I the I ; i stt;
o! Mia
i n:icers to be > ..
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a Iviso Beard SJ'fn v D.
Ars.n Mrs. M.ir'c .. >
y.-.trL! .!. Bernr, Ju^-c ,''
ten Fel'cr, Hyman Galbot, Wa!-
ly Giuck, Jack D. Gordon, May-
or Charles F Hall, James I. Ke1-
le -, Larry Kinc;, lev Kp.ia.i,
Rabbi Leon Kroniih, Doris Lee,
Dr. Irving Lebrman. Dr. So'o-
mon Lichter, Mrs. Anna Bren.
nsr Meyers, Leo Mint"in, Hy
Morris, Joel P. Newman, Ken-
neth Oka, Gen. Elliott Roose-
velt, Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Bur-
nett Roth, Parks Rusk, Rev. R.
Wiley Scott, Irvin Schindler,
Miss Laura J. Shepard, Judge
Harold B. Spaet, George Wol-
pert.
Entertainment will be provided
iy Napoleon Reed
Dr, .Stanford, the guest speaker,
is a native of Atlanta. Ga He has
arneil di grees from Emon I r
versity, the Unlversit;
and New Yi rk L'ni'
did postgra lual sti
ve'sity ol Held Ih i
He came to thi
the Ul

he was presid I ft u
I9g2 Dur n th
he visit< d schoi
n Leningrad, ':'-
More recently, he
tensively in tht \r.
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he evening.
Cantata Slated
On Miami Beach
Tenor Louis Donto will be fea-
tured soloist and Barnett Breeskin
...ih ('.induct the 22nd annual con
Jimmy Holmes, novelty singer
Vivian Lloyd, comedy and novel
ly singer.
Wall) Wanger and Burton F
\'an Deusen are co-producci -
Proceeds go to the bufliHhg fund
ol 'he Pylhian Youth Camp
; in pro* ide Character build
"" -''- .--"'' ......'" l'"' campit experiences For de
certoftheGr. rl.ami Jewish
^ L1,or,ls' ..I s and 14 rl...... parents are
Principal work to be present! I .,,. t), ltl ,,,
will be the cantata, "Esther Ha existing camps.
ma*J" onsored by the Pasl Chancel
Musical evening is sel for Sun- lor's Vi a Iatlon. the program is
Mar M, 8 p.m., at the Jewish supported b) all ten lodges ol ihel
Cultural Center. 428 Lenox Ave Knight ol Pythias in the
Mrs. Hose Leeds is president Miami area.
iational AirHnes Business Up
National Airlines carried 2.715.
112 ton miles ot cargo in .lanu.tiy.
in increase of 20 percent over I
2.270,520 ton miles carried in the
;ame month last year, according
lo o. M Foxworth. director ui oirr.
o salt s and service Air freight
ei- up go peVcent. from 1.658.511
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March 5. 1965
+ A l*ti Mr riot/sir
vitt Elected
President
Florida Unit
itt, head of a Coral
. based public relations
been elected president
Florida Chapter of the Pub-
,,i ma Society <>f America.
. installed on Mar. is
Bay Yacht and Country
\ outgoing president, Stuart
,n. o| Miami Beach.
officers elected to serve
. roup tor 198546 are Har-
; a i 'I n e r, vice president;
.i C nn. secretary; aiu
uichetak, treasurer,
.i iff is currently secretary
: RSA. He forrred hi own
\r in 1960, after serving as
\~ correspondent with the
td Press and three years
an advertising-public re-
: -a firm.
that, he >pent four
in naval public relations
ating from the I'niver-
M ,:!iii. He i> a member of
Delia Chi. professional
lisn fraternity; a direct-
Made County Youni;
Club; director of
,e Or Olom; and the State
phelia Foundation. He i s
in the YMHA and
Yacht and Country
Paqe 15-B
OlttHU
ries
SHABSIS
HI.Mll.V, iikv of 211." Waahing-
ton Ave, Mliiml Reach, iraaaed
auay Kfb. i'i Hi- h-iih here _'-'
V< >r .....dug from \, w y,,, u
t'iiy. II.- wan h member of Con-
ki .-.,ii,.n Kcth Tfllah, SSIonlai i ii -
gnnlitutlon ..r America, Jewish
II..in, r..r the Aged, Clt> of Hope
Survli Inn are his wife Marie, will
bmeph. Servii were Peb _'.'. nl
Rlvi vide Chnpel, Alton Rd, Intel -
in.in nu in Mi. SI mi I Cenieteri
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LEGAL NOTICE
GREENBERG
the
era tic
active
Ba>
II. iu~ wife. Geri, and two
j;en live at 7890 S\V 17th St.
0N IfV/TT
Iverman Will
?licit CJA Area
Bay Harbor
S .1
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p
psted
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erman, of Ba> Harbor
volunteered hi >erv
ir.e man "Clean-Up Con-
solicit all Bay Harbor
io have not as yet par-
the 19C5 Combined
peal.
"I efforts are a follow.
Harbor Residents
al the home ol Mr.
i Rosen
Jewish Appeal's goal
yeai," Silverman said.
each of us. per-
nake sure that everj
Rtribution will be made
.n "
mr.
A leading trio of residents of Mimosa Apartments who con-
tributed to the success of their first Combined Jewish Appeal
cocktail meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mo-
lasky includes (left to right) Meyer Kronenberg, A. J. Molas-
ky and Abe Kutath.
Dr. Prinz Elected Chief of Conference of
Major American Jewish Organizations
By Special Report
Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark.
N.J.. national president of the
American Jewish Congress, has
been elected chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
The Conference, composed of the
leaders of 20 national religious
and lay organizations, is the most
representative and comprehensive
grouping of Jewish organizations
in the country
One of the ten founding chair-
men of the 1963 March on Wash-
ington who addressed the throng
at Lincoln Memorial and later met
with President Kennedy, Dr, Prinz
deepl) impressed the 200.000 dem-
onstrators and the millions watch-
in.: and listening on TV and ra
dio when he declared:
"Bigotry and hatred are not
the most urgent problem. The
most urgent, the most disgrace- I
ful, the most shameful and the
most tragic problem is silence
. America must not become
a natirn of onlookers. America
must not remain silent."
Born in Germany in 1902. Dr.
Prinz was a rabbi in the Jewish
community of Berlin from 1925
to 1937. He was one of the first '
Jewish leaders in Germany to
speak out against Nazism and to
urge the immediate mass migra-
tlon of Jews from Europe to Pal-
estine. Hitler's rise in 1933 only
intensified Dr. Prinz's warnings
from the pulpit. Disregarding his
own personal safety, he preached
fearlessly against the Nazi regime,
not only in the synagogue but
throughout Germany and Europe.
Because of his attacks on the
government, Dr. Prinz suffered re-
pealed arrests by the Gestapo
Finally, at the end ol 1937. he was
expelled from Germany At the
suggestion of Rabbi Stephen S
Wise foremost leader ol Amer
ican Jewry, he settled in the U.S.
In 1940. he was named rabbi of
Temple B'nai Abraham of Newark.
the oldest Jewish congregation in !
New Jersey, which he still serves
In his adopted country. Dr. Prinz
has become equally known as a
fighter against racism and bigotry.
In 1954. he challenged the libel at
tack made upon him by the notori- ;
ous anti-Semitic hate sheet "'Com- i
mon Sense.'' and won a landmark
court victory. In 1960. in support !
of the courageous young "sit-in" |
lemonstrators seeking to end seg- |
rogation at lunch counters in the [
South, he led an AJCongress picket |
line in front of Woolworth's on
New York's Fifth Ave.
JOSEPH, 71 leading member ..i
Temple Emanii-EI Mini long-time
Mln nil lleneh resident, 11.-) here
I', h to. Horn in Poland, hi ram
In thin iiren :: I year* ago and lived
" Hi.....nlllnh Ave, Mr. Oreenberg
wan .i vice prealdeni ..i the F"ortj -
N'in. i> n( Temple Emanu-fil and
a mentlier of H'nal R'l-lth, Mason*
and Klka. He i- survived l>\ two
daughter*, Mr*. Daniel Dubbin, ..t
Miami lleach, ami Mr*, Jack
Block, ..f Miami: five nutter*. Mr*,
Midi) Riwnxwelg, Mr*. IN-lln
ireeiibaum and Mrs. Yetta flllck-
iikiii. .Miiini, mid Mrs. Dora Kap-
lan ..ml Mrs Anna Schwartz, New
Tork City: two brother*, Jacob
Oreenberg, Miami Beach, and Hy-
tniin rireunberg, New York Cltvi
ll grnn'Mitlitren and one grea't-
grandnhjld. Services were al Riv-
erside Mi..n ICimiiI Chapel, with
burial In Mi. Ni bu Cemetci >
RICHTER
HERBERT. \:<. uf Stllli S\V I ...i I.
Ml. lid died l-M. t%. He rame
here si\ \..ii-> .-,,, fmm i,,,K i-.
land, N V.. :iinl wa naaoclated
whli the Kood Kair stores for JO
year*. Surviving nre li i~ wife
Vlvle......; si.n. Mehardi daughter
Diam brothei MUtvn, all .,f Mi-
ami: *t*r*r Mrs. Leaore Brenner.
ni Philadelphia. Service* ware
held Mar. i' In Riverside Douglas
Itoad Chapel,

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY uivkn that
the undersigned, desiring tu engage In
business undei tin- Ni-tithnis nami f
MI'IMEI. I AHIth's al li',', llnj Road,
Miami Reach, Klorida, ,in,mis tu -
l*ti i paid name li li the 'l. rk
i 'n cull i 'ui i i.i I Hide < ',"1111 I .
ROUEKT CKRINliKR
HKNRY M. VVAITZKIN
An-.riu-\ fur Rnberl iierlug*l
WaiUkln Law lluild
ITT" Suns Snucl Ulvd
North Miami, Florida
3 :,-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66127
IN RK: Entitle ,.;
I K RAKI IKK
11.-.-a.-..I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All li rsons Hav-
ing Claims .,i 11.-111:111.is JtBtilasi Kild
listuti
You nre hen b> notified and re-
quired io |iii-s.-ii, nn,\ claim* and de-
mands which you innv lla>Ma again*!
thi state i\i 'K i:ai':i >>:k d<
ceaseil I......r I laile Coiinl. Pin......
to the I-,.linn .iii.ii;,s of i>g. Count:
and file the same In ilujuib'ate nun
as provided In Section T:',:i.n.. vlnrida
Statutes, iii their office* iaiiUt* Coun-
ty i'oiii tht.us.- in Hade County, l-'lu-
Idu, within six calendar ntntinis from
the time of the lirst ptlbUduttuB here-
of nl' tile salll.- will In- ballfil.
I in ted ai Miami. I io lint, ri, -_ t,. t
day of March, -\.l>. I96."i.
MARTHA ln:. MAX
As Bxecui 11\
Kirsl fllhlicit 11. .ii in llns Ip,li. ,i
the '.ih duj ..I iiari li. i". ..
i'l"l'l.i:i: K EfltoNSON
A 1 I. .111. > for Kx.-eiltliN
ill.' Aiti.-I.> Uldg., Miami. I-1 i
:: :.-l!-ltf-26
JAFFE
PRANK, S5. of '..Km sw ^7th Ave.,
years ago from Pnterson, N.J.,
and u.i- a graduate ..r L'nlveri li)
nl Miami Law School. He was a
pawl president of tireater Miami
Advcrliidiig Club, a member ol
Vdvel Ising federation of Amer-
ica, ami honored ,,s advertising
man .,| Hi. > ear in RMJ0. Sm\ i\ -
inu ,n, his wife Mai |orle: "istei
Mr* Harold Markowlu, ralr
l a n. \ .1 nnil brother, Lai i \
l.n fee, i ilfton. N..I. >,>.,- i.
held Mai
Tl'
DR. JOACHIM PRINZ
analysis of the impact on the
American Jewish community of
the creation of the State of Israel
and the American democratic ex-
perience. His newest hook. "The
Popes from the Ghettoes." will he
published in the fall of 1965.
In 1962. and again in 1964. Dr.
I'rinz led an American Jewish
delegation at the AJCongress-spon-
sored "Dialogue" in Israel, a uni-
que cultural exchange bringing to-
gether leading American Jews and
Israelis for discussions of major
issues of mutual concern.
In June, 1962, Dr. Prim was
honored at a testimonial dinne,
marking his 60th birthday and
the 25th anniversary of his ar-
rival in the U.S. Tributes to Dr.
Prinz came from around the
world.
Prime Minister Ben Gurion of
Israel sent a personal message
The surviving Jewish community
of Berlin recalled Dr I'rinz >.
"courage in giving strength and
faith at the beginning ol an epoch
of doom."
Dr. I'rinz lives in Orange. N I
lie is married and the father ol
five children, including a son
Jonathan, who is associate rabbi
to his father.
Maxwell Galleries
Features Finest
Maxwell Galleries. 7321 NE 2nd
Ave.. Miami, features a col-
I lection of America's finest deco-
rator and home furnishing lines
to asuist the professional to pre-
sent to his clients the very best
in quality merchandise.
i While the galleries will be a
closed showroom, exclusively for
' the conveniece of those accredited
in the trade and professions, con-
| iumeis may take advantage of the
j displays when accompanied byi
professionals.
Richard I". Greenfield it vice
| president, with Robert C. Beck,
I sales manager; Ada Faber, coor-
! dinator; and Nancy Pope, NSID,
! show room designer.
4W SIIVIRMAN
In 1964, he led a group of
American Jewish Congress lead-
ers protesting a libelous anti-Is-
rael mural in the Jordanian
Pavilion at the World's Fair.
The .gioup was arrested and
later acquitted in a precedent-
setting decision.
Dr I'nn/ is the author of "Di-
lemma of the Modern Jev an
Young Marrieds
Plan Charades
Temple Menorah Young Married
Couples Association wiU meet Sat-
urday night for a game program
entitled "Chum Charades."
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glick-
man. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mishkin.
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siegel
will host the evening and arrange
the entertainment.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOfl DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2364
W. .1. |i|:i\i:k. a> Administrator of
Veteran.- Allail>. all IHI1..1 ,.!
Hi. L'nited States ..I America, and
bin HUceesKorn In nucli ntflee, and
bin "i their uralim*.
Plain tiff,
axcki. L-ris vi:i.i:z. .1 ux, el al,
I VI'.mlain-.
NOTICE OF SUIT
W'IKI. I.IIS VKI.KZ ami .mm-:
VKI.KZ, hi- wife, ii living, In-
cluding any unknown h|.....- .,
said 1 ii 1. ml.nn.- If ih. > have n -
married, and ii dead, their un-
known heir*, devisee*, foranteev,
^1- Ikiii -. ft Iinra, In nor*,
iiu-ii..-. and all other pereoni
h ining li>. through, undi r oi
lUtuinvl ih 1'. nilaiii- li,,-.-
I 1 > III > I lit,', T1, \V 11
Vi 'I AKK HKKKUV M 'TIKrEli thai
.1 -..11 hue been brought agabun vou
i.v VV. J. I'CIVKl:. .,- Admhiiatrator
1 Veterans Afinirw, an Officer of the
L'nited Sta-tee ol Anierlia, ami hla
-1" ......- in .-neh office, anil In- or
their aaaigne, to forecloae a mortgage
. n, amoei ing : n. fotlun lug dew rlbi d
ii.,,.,.i>. to-ult:
Lot Is, in Block -'-. "i I li:ST ADDI-
TH..V TO MVKII.i: UUoVK, Be-
ing tu the I'lai ill, 11-,.I. a.- r. -
I oriled in I 'Lit Book .. al Page S
ol the Public Itecoruti ol Uade Coun-
ty, I'lmnla:
ami you at, iiiuiit'eil I" file \11ur ;m-
5 .1 ii li E B. I., aih.Tin.111. 1 llei k ol
ihe Circuit Court ol Daile County.
|.'lori,i;i. at the Courthouae in Hlanil,
l-l.n-iila. on it before A,nil .".. 1965,
and to serve a rony uf auch anawer
ii|inii I'laimitt".- attorney, DAVID r
i.'A 1>.MAN. win.-, addreati In 101 i:a-i
1 lau'lei Street, Miami, l-'lnii.la, on
i..i' ri i-ani date, a.- required by the
laws of Florida.
II you fail to >!' *... tin- complain!
will l>, t.ik.'ii a- ei.iiie.--i il bO you
.nni a Decree Pro Confeeao will be
entered ug^ilnel you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint.
i'ATKN al Miami, r'iurldn, thi- 3rd
da) ol March, IH65.
k. i:. i.ka'I'hi:i:man
i .. rk of the Circuit i 'nil
l 'a.ii Count) I'lui hi.i
i-ali By: C I'. i'i'I'l.l.AM'
l leputy Clerk
DAVID P I AT.-.M.\.\. l'..-i|llile
101 i: Plagler Sti eel
Miami, Kim luu
B ,-l-;-'
Architect to be Speaker
"Human Emotions and Religion
as Manifested In Synagogue Archi-
tecture" will be the topic ol a talk
bj Morris Lapidus during Discus-
sion Sabbath ;ii Temple Judea on
Fridaj evening
RKMAM GSHHfltlD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NmTH'K IS HKRKBY i.IVKN that
the uuderalgm d, desiring to i nj i
l.ii-im -- iiii.l.-i the I'iiiiiinns n.ini.- nl
l-'l l.'I'nN i'l.-ll MAHKKT al 516 Be-
i W.iy, Miami Beach Intende to
reglatei -., i-i nami with i he Clerk of
, I 'ail. i 'ount) .
M VR INO \K'>
'NllKI.O A M.I \ iv.
I
, v
:: 3-1
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial c.rcuit of
florida in and for dade
county in chancery.
No. 65C 2261
| PATRICIA M Ni:\\ i i i.Mi:i: SMI'I'I I
I ialntiff.
\ -
V'KUNl i.V WRK1HT SMITH,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i'i i v.in-iti Wt ighl Smith
358 :: Avenue
. .\,w K< naingCOn, Pltteburgki
Penna) Ivan i
v,,.. v. non VVi Ighl smith, are
liei-.-iii notified thai a Hill in Com-
plalnt for Divorce has been filed
aguinst you, and you are required to
-i IV. a cop) ni' your Anawer or Plead-
iin; I,, the Bill of Complaint on the
nainiiir-. attorney, HKNRY M
WAIT7.KIN. I77i> Sam- Bouol Blvd.,
Nollli Miami. Florida ami file 111.
original Anawer !* Pleading in the
: the Clerk ot the Circuit Court
on in- before the r.th day of April. 1!"'..".
tf you fail to do so. jtuK: m, in D) il. -
fault will in- taken againat yon for
the relief demanded In the BUI ot
i 'omplaint.
Tiii- notice -iiaii be publlahed once
each week for four ronaeeutlve weeka
in THE JEWISH l''l.iii:ilMA.N.
in i\i: AM' ORDERED at Mian I
rioriiia. tin- 1st da) of March, A.D.
-
17. Ii LEATHERS! \N. Clerk.
* 'ourl. I '.in, i '..inn v Kim Ida
R) .1 I NELSON
I'.-imn Clerk
HENRY M VVAITZKIN
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"dfewjislh Floridian
Micjr.i. Florida. Friday, March 5. 1965
Section C
Yiddish Dictionary Finds
Home at N. Y. City College
In February, 1963. Dr. Israel
JSteinbaum sat in the offices ol
j'I'lii lewish Floridian and do-
Igcribi a vision: a monumental
Mask being being undertaken by
III;,. Yiddish Scientific Institute
I Yivo n New York the com-
Ipilatu Of the Great Dictionary
|, ih< Yiddish Language.
Fui were, ol course, as great
liment to the fulfillment
|i thi vision as the scholars nee-
,.-.ii to bring the task to frui-
tii.ii he Yivo committee dedi-
I, it, u had already broughi
|, me I ol the total project
inroad into the "Al ph"
lentrii
reek, Di Steinbaum, a
Beach winter visitor was
li i,. and now with .i tar
|l oul
mo ,:istifu.e or Clddith i"xi-
v.liich will be responsible
compilation of the dic-
r,,ib bi en established
it City Co.'lege, Dr. Steinbajm
reported. The project is b
unde^aken, he laid, w th tne
and most urderstaitding
cooperation cf Dr. Bcell C.
Gallagher, president of CCNtf
rojeel i expel t. I 11 take
- and COS) some $1
Steinbaum declared
m to providing the ac-
ideniii setting for work on the
k the Institute is ex-
i to establish weekly semi
Bars ,n Yiddish lexicology and
kl ati scholarly and cultural
Interest in the Yiddish language
|aml heritage. The study of the
evolution of the language provides
| means of tracing and under-
V the cultural history of the
Lie wish people and their migra-
tions
Gallagher accepted the
project with the deepest sympa
|th\ and understanding," accord
Dr Steinbaum, '"and we
lare extremely happy about it. be-
1 the work needed some con-
nection with a well-established in-
stitution ol higher learning."
'Work on the Yiddish language
jdationarj dates hack to April.
During World War II. the
***L... *
CR. 3Utt G. CALinCHlR
DR. GUST&VE KOSINBIRC
Jewish Center ol Eastern Europe,
heartland of the Yiddish lan-
guage, was destroyed.
"What we aim to do in the die
tionary is to compile more than,
an alphabetical listing of words.
When complete, it should stand
as a monument to 1,100 years
of Jewish culture in the socio-
logic, psychohistoric.il and lit-
erary sense," Dr. Steinbaum
declared
Dr. Steinbaum said that a lead-
ing figure in laying the proposi-
tion before Dr. Gallagher was Dr.
Gustave Rosenberg, chairman of
the Board of Higher Education of
the City of New York. In Janu-
ary, the board unanimously ap-
proved a draft resolution linking
the dictionary project with the
academic facilities ol CC'NY. Dr.
Steinbaum explained
Incidentally." he added. "Dr.
Rosenberg was the man instru-
mental hi having Ihe City c uncil
ol New York pass a regulation
i losing all schools on Rosh Hash-
on a and Yom Kippur so thai chil-
dren no longer need parental ex
. such absences
li li Yiddish lexicolo
sts, Judah A J ffe and Yudel
Mark, an net \ ing as editors in
ih.t-i u| the project The first
olume i- expected to be pub-
led during the early part of
' 6 "In addition," he said, "we
have a card file ol some 160
wcrds and ex| ressions collected
from all parts ol the world tha
i < mam to be processed "
Prcf, Nathan Susskind. of the
City College Germanic and Slavic
Languages Department, will rep
resenl the college in the work of
the Institute. Dr. Steinbaum serves
as general secretary of the Dic-
tionary Committee.
"Because we have finally
found an academic home doesn't
mean that we no lorger bear
the burden of financial respon-
sibility for the project," Dr.
Steinbaum cautioned. "Yivo
and its Yiddish Dictionary Com-
mittee will continue to function
as a fund-raising group to raise
the money required by the Insti-
tute for the project."
Thus far. the committee has
raised approximately $230,000 to
carry on the work up to the pres-
ent time. Financial administration
of the project will now be handled
through the City College Research
Foundation.
Mrs. Max V. Coqen (left), president of the Women's Commit-
tee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, discusses plans
for the Women's Committee Apr. 10 "Holiday in Spain" cock-
tail party and art thow with Leon Fisher (center), agency exec-
utive director, and Mrs. B. B. Goldstein, president of JFCS.
Shulamit Aloni, Israel Lawyer and Radio
Star, Here for College Campus Junket
Temple Beth Shirah in South Dade recently
woke ground and dedicated two acres of land
adjacent to the present sanctuary for the Tem-
P'es new Education Building. The building
*JU be ready for the fall semester, and will
ave 10 classrooms, a library and convertible
chapel. Pictured with children of the school
are (left to right) Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual
leader of the Temple; Sherbert Weiss. Men's
Club president; David Bendell, president of
the Temple; Abe Smukler. treasurer; and Can-
tor Herman Gottleib. Turning the first shovel
at the dedication is Louis Schwartzman, direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Shulamit Aloni. dark blonde Is-
rael dynamo in her mid-thirties,
will spend the next two months
talking to American Jewish col-
lege students up and down the
Eastern Seaboard under the aegis
ol the IMA Bnai B'rith Hillcl
Foundations In order to make
ihe lecture tour. Mrs Aloni has
tad to lc ave behind not onlj her
husband and three young sons.
I iw pri ctice. a teaching post
and two flourishing radio pro
grams on the Voice ol Israel
She spoke here last week before
[illel Foundation en the Uni-
versity ol Miami campus.
The radio programs, dealing with
legal interpretations of human
rights, have become so popular
that Shulamit Aloni is practically
a one-woman civil liberties union
in Israel. Or. as she says eheer-
full>. "They come to me as to a
rabbi Fifty letters a week, twice
as many phone calls to her home
and the radio station, personal vis-
its, are all outgrowths of her pro-
grams.
Guilt Feelings
How will her family manage
without her for two months. She
says ruefully. "I have guilt feel
Ings about leaving the children
I supose that makes me a modern
woman." But she knows that her
children have their father and
grandmother to look after them.
Whin Shulamit was a child during
World War II and both her parents
joined the British Army, she had
to be sent to a children's village
to be cared for. and nearly be-
came a farmer.
As for the multiple careers, they
will be waiting for her when she
jets back to Tel Aviv. For now
"ier job is to interpret Israel to
audiences ol B'nai B'rith Hillcl,
he organization which provides a
focal point for religious and cul-
tural life to .lewish students and
.'acuity members in colleges here
Phis is her first visit to the United
States It is being underwritten
)> the United Jewish Appeal, na-
ionwide philanthropic organiza-
ion, to intensity a deeper Involve
.nent of American Jewish youth
with the problems facing world
lewry and a broader understand-
ng of Israel's role in the creative
mrvival of the Jewish people. She
will lecture in English.
1 have practiced my English
very hard for this trip." she says
confidently.
Coordinated Sabra
Everything about this native
born Israeli is confident and co-
ordinated. At no point in her
bUSJ lile has she been limited to
doing one thing at a time. She
was barely 19. on her first teach-
ing job and taking extra study
courses besides at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, when Israel's War of lndc-
pendence broke out. She joined a
Palmach (Commando) Unit and did
her share of standing guard duty
in the Old City of Jerusalem dur-
ing the siege, but she also contin-
ued with her teaching.
SHULAMIT ALONI
When the war ended. Shulamit
jumped in with both feet to help
the new state grow and develop.
She was one of the organizers of
a primary school for new Immi-
grant children at Ramlah. then
joined a kibbutz at Alimot and
scon was both teaching and active
as a youth guide and leader.
Always open to suggestion, she
now listened to one of her former
teachers. Prof Ben Zion Dinur.
who had become Minister of Edu-
cation but had not forgotten his
alert pupil's special gifts. He felt
that Shulamit's keen interest in
Israel's newcomers and their prob-
lems would benefit from a knowl-
edge ol law, civics and political
science The law would enable
her to give old settlers and new
immigrants alike instructions on
their rights and privileges. All
she had to do was go back to
school.
Studies Law
Accordingly, she left the kibbutz
to study at the Hebrew Universit)
Law School in Tel Aviv, and at the
same time took a job teaching in
a Tel Aviv High School. She add-
ed a Master of Jurisprudence to
her Bachelor ol Arts
Now she could lecture on such
social themes as "The Child and
Family Welfare." Soon it was rec-
ognized that Shulamit was capable
of reaching larger audiences via
radio. Her lust spot was Wom-
en's Corner." a weekly program on
which she gives legal advice to
women. Highly popular, it Is in
its eighth year on Kol Israel, the
state radio.
She still teaches citizenship and
political science in the upper
classes of high school, and lec-
tures to adults In the outlying dis-
tricts of Israel
She is tne wife of Reuven Alo li,
deputy director general of Israel's
Land Administration, and the
mother of Ehud 5. Nimrod 9. and
Dror. (Hebrew for "Freedom"),
born 12 years ago on the fifth an-
niversary of Israel's Day of Inde-
pendence. She tries very hard to
spend some part of each day with
her children "even if it means dust
in my home."


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Friday. March 5, 1965
By EPYTHE SCHINPLER
Old Vienna Now but a Memory
It is written
that "'To every
thin* there is a
season. ." Yet
i t sometimes
happens that a
man lives out of
his time Fred
'i>Mhlrr. entertainer, is sueh a
man. His time was yesteryear,
vhen >ongs were mefcMfes that
set the heart to yearning antf
bodies to gracefully gririife! Hi-
?Lace was old Vienna where, in-
.lecd. he was horn.
He should be sitting at a si.-ie-
.alk cafe. The music should he
Strauss, the ladies discreet. His
rogue's blue eyes ivou'd co*n-
)hni.-nt each one. Then h~ would
wamdor inside where the piano
waited fie would play, now .< song
I his own making, now in aria
Iron Puccini Now V
:n Cfrman. in Yiddish. Voices
roufd lift to ioin his and. trer-
would be time for dreaming and a
mis PKHUK
the old syfe
Acquiring her mother's affinity for show business. Dobbie
Cowan celebrates her seventh birthday Jan. 31 with "Aunt
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The OW People
"The; sane along wii'i me,"
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lad] told me she could have
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Mi Pileher intersperses livelj
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tions Debonair, with j charming
>vnl ol an accent in his speech
he might be lulled as Vicnn -s
,ku i Borge C ei'ta nij. I u s as
i ii \ ei i I .. nu >i
\- .. joun; ma i in Vii rn
studie I the piano and trained as
an actor with the famous come-
ilax -Ten'-: who also taught
Yiddish n -
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cun
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my style i- id be tno con
tinenti Noa I ichler has just
completed a new composition, 1"
blends bitier-sweel memories h
rcmaoce. nendered by a dee
throated chantrns.v the me!od>
promises tn captivate, to haunt
"When I entertain." raid Pich
Icr. "my format is cultural and
cducnt onal. I relate the story 0
the opera before I play and sonv
of the history associated with the
folk mush and old pic -
Toast of Town
Pirfller paused IC remark thai
the -ejection asked for most Ire
Belle Plaia Social Club
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20 Island Ave.. Miami Death, ha;
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Friday, March 5.
1965


.
German
Blunder
By MAX LERNER
Marc Chagall: Unique Artist
1 thought the Germans had a tradition of diplomacy, but I find 1
- wrong. The behavior of the Erhard Government with Hast Ger-
: any, Israel and, Nasser's Egypt ha- been clumsier and more bungling
than anycne had "the right to expect. The West Germans BwellHW
ed, almost overnight, in alienating liberal American opinion, making
ITbrtcht ol East Grman* seem a more important figure than he is.
giving Nasser one of his heady triumphs that he didn't deserve, and
i mbHtering the Israelis for whom the post-Nazi Germans have, tried
in the Last two decades to shape the image of a new and better Ger-
man) .
\<> small achievement in blundering for any nation

What makes it worse is that it wit so unnecessary and that the
West Germans got so little out of it.
To start with, there was no reason tor Erhard to grow panicky
when Nasser invited I'lbricht to Cairo. Either the HaJIstein Doctrine
cthat West Germany would, cut relations with any government recog
nizing East Germany) was tenable or it was not. If the Germans don't
are maintain it any longer. In the face of the crumbling of the walls
between East and West, then they should have announced its relaxa
tion and let Nasser invite the Devil himself if he wished.
On the other hand, if the Germans felt the Hall-stem Doctrine was
Still viable, they should have warned Nasser they meant business, and
trien alter the I'lbricht trip they >hould have done what they had
ti do
Instead the> panicked when Nasser threatened to go through with
his move, and they did the unthinkable they punished DOt Nasser but
kui enemy. Israel. The backdrop of this tragi-farce was scarcely one
the Germans should have wished to draw to the world's attention. The
Germans had only recentl) announced the ending ol the statute ol lim-
itations on the prosecution of the Nazi genocide criminals Nasser had
for some years vowed to finish the extermination of the Jews who had
escaped from Nazi Europe to Israel He hsd been employing former
Nazis as scientists and technicians to help him with rocket develop
i <-nl 111 order to achieve that von
Now, against this backdrop, the German Government to ap
ea Nasser, make him happ> and perhaps gel him to renege on Ins
laed hospitality to i'lbricht decided to stop immediately their
I aid to Israel Ami. wonder of wonders. Nas-ser accepted this un
Windfall And. again wonder <>f wanders, he decided alter an
B through not only with bis invitation to I'lbricht but with a state
recaption which could onh be a slap in the tace at Erhard aiul his gO>
cut
tad now Erhard gets up in the Bundestag and berates Nasser for
.t having kepi his faith Thai Is to say, Ihe Germans thought that
failure to keep faith either with Israel or their own prin-
ie> had l* i Bat he wouldn't staj boug

No one pretends that national diplomacy can be conducted in a
hOOl Since .iii the heads ol state have appeal!
the national interest as the overriding cons
Jit> when reason of state dictate- the abandonment ol the prose
n .,i erimini -t humanity, on legal and constitutional
which even the German ambassador to Washington does not
apt. and man) well, something is rotten in reason
:,!, Whei -'ate dictates German governmental inaction
. gainst the fo nei v.. i enlists wh pick up big pay for their
talent there i> >till something rotten in it And when
wrnment to stop the shipment
......- to Israel arms which alone could balance what the Nai
Lists are doii for Nasser then finally and foi tima there
. ,, .,, i i ..-on oi state

Every government has a right to its quota of blunders, even when
nl them la S massive one But when you get a convergence of mass-
ive blunders, as in this case, then it begins to stagger credibility.
The Jewish organizations in the US. are protesting, for what-
their voice ma) count Liberal church and trade union organiza-
tions are protesting. Sometimes the protest springs clearly trim
deep feeling Onl) Sometimes, a- in the case of the statement of Mor-
I Abram. head of the American Jewish Committee, on the statute of
limitations question, it is also a calmly but powerfully reasoned legal
and political argument
An aroused American opinion and an aroused world moral sense
cm hurt the West Germans, just at the time when they seemed to be
taking 'heir place with decency in the community of nations. But even
if the) didn't care much about world opinion, they might reflect on
the political iron) of their position. DeGaulle. whose considerable aid
Egypt m. spurred Erhard to compete with him in being gra-
cious t" Nasser, will now be in an even stronger position with the
fptiana than he was before the episode And the East Germai
Communist government, which has refused to give up its dossiers on
ar criminals in West Germany, is very likely to start making them
public as soon si the Weal German statute of limitations is declared to
!..i\ e run out
It will Nasaef, 'be Communists and le Gaulle an inter
triad who will have the last laugh on the Germans
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
uix< has arrived
n t!i i country to supervise the
ui the windows he
stain d rr ihe United Nations
buildings, i- unique among paint-
ers. He i.- probably the only world
famous .iewi-h painici especially
known tor his painting ol Jewish
subjects. Hcmbrandt painted
manv types ol Jews, but he was
ufii a Jew himself. Ltsualb '
ish content is supposed to inter
fens with worid acceptance, but
tins ;> certainly not the case with
Kcmbrancit and Chagall
Becoming an artist was not
eas\ for one born in the Russian
Jewish religious environment in
which Chagall was raised. Jewish
life was too uncertain tor parents
to encourage their children to em-
brace so unsteady a calling as
art. It's like the story of the Jew-
ish boy in the Bronx who told his
mother that he wanted to be a
wrestler.
"fine. said his mother, "but
first be a dentist."
It is told of Antokolski, a Jew
who became accepted as Rus-
sia's greatest sculptor, that when
his father caught him carving
wood, the boy would get a good
strapping. Yet one day young
Antokolski Had the satisfaction
of seeing the Cxar himself come
to view his work.
During the last three or four
decades however. Jewish painters
have become quite numerous, in-
cluding some outstanding ones,
such as Plsarro, Modigliani and
Sotitine. Someone once described
Pisarro as looking like the patri-
arch Abraham but actually he did
not identify himself as a .lew un-
til the Dreyfus trial. That brought
out the Jew in him as it did in
Ilerzl. (Leave it to the anti-Sem-
ites t0 make gOOd .lews of Us I
Modigliani is said to have come
from the Spinoza family, but he
never identified himself particul-
ar!) as a le i In America. Max
Weber and Ben Sbahn are o it
ling painl
\laik !....'; "as DIMM Baked
ore the emer-
odern art- whal he
ol a certain painter. He
thai Ih painter seemod to
be obe) "
ii\ ins pictures bi re no resem-
blance to an) bin h a\ ens
abot e or the earth below
is esn -> ; it Jews were
kept from following art, because
of this Pi'rlianl irjnnr'MM) aun-.t
making representational images
There are of course no difficulties
about that modern painting
Modern ail prefers to merely sug
gest resemblances, perhaps adner
ing to the principle 'hat lUgget
tion is more powerful than reality
In the Talmud, as 1 recall, there
is a statement to the effect that
a little drop of water (ailing on
the body is often more powerful
than a whole bath tub.
Kandinsky is said to have
started his modernistic trend
when he happened to turn his
picture up side down and it
looked better to him th*t way.
In seems laughable, yet turning
things up side down, contrary to
their usual positions, may be a
salutary practice for other things
besides painting. It gives a
fresh point of view. Ben-Gurion
stands on his head every morn-
ing following the Yoga practice
and finds it healthful.
Some years ago, Ben Guiion said
to Mane Ka'.z. the Israeli painter:
"You know. I wanted to under
stand the Greek philosophers, so
1 studied Greek and I now under
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J. ;,.. ,.!.. i i' in we > .,
il i .;. re by a lei I ng
on ChristianJewi ;h re-
i, s "a breakthrough con-
, re sin | con-
un i r tai iding I Jew
M,I .' 11 on Ihe part of a
I up tJ Catii uc sem
I
. i | ihe c u*',. ig se
I. Iwo-daj i stitute, Rab-
I, \i h. Tanenbaum, ol New
I- tor ol the fnterreltgioua
I d 'parlmenl of the Amen
|<..ii Jewish Committee, said that
lilii' institute, thought to be the
Lirst of its kind in America, has
(-contributed significantly to the
translation into reality of the Vat
Iran Council declaration on Cath-
Blic-Jewisn relations, which con.
lains guidelines aimed at over-]
roming anti-Semitism and advanc-
ing fraternal dialogue and mutual
: i
The institute, held Feb. 21
through 22, was sponsored by
pay tone. Tempfe
Holds Institute
Institute on Juda
I teal Minis
i under the aus-
l pie Israel "I Daytona
I | lesday, according to
t menl by Rabbi U
spiritual leader ol
I n
ii mei ly si r> ed
. i Za
. I
th Juda
i and included dis-
Je and his use ol I'll
.i ill his use "i
and ll ,!i .. and n -
todio Station
lee Officers
>n : \':^nu Becsch
hi en '
n< il mana
n : MBM.
eer- elected include
ir> ,' Dorotl > C
i inmuniti Sen iee
*. om..... and operato
Ulan B Margolis,
tl Dot I '!;,
le S Kl< in Jr., and
Attend
services
this week
at your own
place of
wots/lip
4
RABBI MAffC TANtHBAUM
the Jewish Community Relations
Bureau of Kansas City in coop-
eration with the American Jew-
ish Committee, ard St. Mary's
College from two mid-west prov-
inces of the Jesuit Order took
part in the institute.
Three areas "i common concern
were explored by Rabin Tanen-
auni with ihe Jesuit seminarians:
First, the need tor Increased
scholarly stud) and research in
Christian-Jewish relations at the
seminary level to help overcome
onsiderable mutual ignorance and
is,n.i mation
';. Ihe need to creati ne
neans ol effective communication
n l 'athol i seminarians a d
.- ii -.i c immtinirj thr iui h i i
,-t contacts, seminars a id insti
uti s, and specii ations;
'
Third, I lie r.ee \\ anci
ommon w n ks -
i d jus ice in uk h
elatii -. rtj campai
nd Intel nal ffain
Weh omine t h e "remai
lepth and i r-hni >l understand
id> Ichii I this uni'i'K
institute," Rabbi Tanenbaum
pledged before the i ntire student
1 > an i facultj | iiv seminary
i> cooperate with Ft. Joseph Fish-
er, Seminary pn side t, mid Pi
'''" -I V'a i At keren, dean, ihe co-
'ii. ration ol !he America i J
i onmiittee lo implem nt th
goals, As i first gesture ol cooper-
ation, the An i rican Jew i ( om-
mittee c m milled itsell to make
available a modest but select Ii
i'ui) "i bas c bo, !;~ i.n Judai
.!.' .-Ii histor; c il i .
ogy, h ch SI Mar; '. Scmin ir; ol
I cials agreed to accept
Rev. Fisher opened the institute.
Jesuit seminarians who partici-
pated in the program "ere li.\
John .Mitchell. Rev. Thomas Lay
lev. Peter Morrell, Rev. Donald
Getpi, and Rev. James McMullin.
A number of Jewish partici-
pants took part. Jacob J. Pet
uchowski, of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion,
spoke on "Revelation and the
Modern Jew" ar-i "The Bible of
the Synagogue." Rabbi Tanen-
baum spoke on "A Survey of
Jewish Christian Relations."
"Education of the Clergy for a
Pluralistic Society," and "Design
for tho Future of Jewish-Chris-
tian Relations."
Rabbi Morris Margolies, <>t Kan-
as City, Mo., spoke on "God and
Man in the Tradition ol Judaism'
and "Judaism's (' icept <>i Praj
i Rabbi Uberl Sapinsley, ro
Kan sp ike on "Wis lorn
Post-Biblical Jew
li Sources
Sidney Law i ence, dire< lor ol
i-. ...... I lit; Jewi ;h Communitj Re
:utions Bureau, spoke on "' 'ot i
munit; Rclatio1 in le Jewish
mit>," Da id Rabin >\ :t/.
reel t of t h i I In ate K a
.'. Jewish Fed rati in s] oke on
Welfare Structure "t lh<
Jewish Community" and "Seculat
Aspects ol Jewish Community Or-
i nation
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox are recipients of Israel's Award o:
Honor at a Labor Zionist and Pioneer Women's dinner re-
cently in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Presenting the award tc
them is Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide executive head o:
the Israel Bond Organization. More than 803 persons attend
ing the dinner purchased S267.000 in Israel Bonds in hono:
of Mr. and Mrs. Fox.
Fterida Power Wins Award
l i .ula I'ow er and Light om
I nj became the first three-tun.1
winner of ihe Freedoms Founda-
tion's i |i national citation on
Feb 22, when the utility was
awarded Ihe i o\ ted < ieor W a >h
Honor Medal tor il
ries, il' Iping I
i Po ,-erful."
The .i ai d inn n .; Is appi r
in ihe fi -m ol salutes" to ba
md pi fessions foi
to A merica's stre Hi
nd welfare through "individual
nit'a1 .. I er ei prise Florida
.... i Light ad series won
honor in 1955 and I9ff2
the ci use "I freedom
The award was accepted by M.
f '-'-,.-n-.i-t vice oresident in
charge of advertising for Flor-
ida Powsr a;id Light, during cer-
emo iei on Washington's Birth
c'ay at the Fieedrms Foundation
headquarters at Va!:ey Forge
"We are i xti me | i I ol th
recognition ol Florida Power and
: Company's efl r.- to pr
r : ihe \' idest i ble publ i
under anding ol th Vmi
i i -i spii ; I i. ....-' ma
dail) conti
health happiness
\ Tv one "i n- com t< \l
Di nald.
The Fn edo
its purpi .i undei
standing ol i li spii an philos
phj in the Constitution and Bill ol
Rivhts and emphasizing "love "i
freedom" and the inalienable rights
ot man
(T>;^sai
:__. _JS
"k*" eccosien
arises, ahant
HI 8-4994
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WJi
IQjlOUS
S<
GUO*TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
---- ----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
----
ANSMC EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
son.
FYida) '' "i'1 v 13 I'1" Sermons
.....Il .mil ili.- Ed fi. .- CompU x
Satui da) '" : mn: "The Kiel -
nai Light." Bar Mitsvah: Kenneth
M n of Mr and Mr.-. Muri :i>
Hacks.

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frida) I i-ni Saturday 8 10 a m. Ber-
mon: "Proper Direction.*' Mlncha 6
p.in.
ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Prlday :io p m. Saturdaj .\m. s. r-
mon: "The Knd of th. Becinnlns."
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
ETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mex
Shapiro. Cantor Ben|amm Ben-Ari.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Ctpt-
en People." Mr. and Mr*. bouM Bm-
merman will h-M ih,- Ones Sh;ilbat
in honor ol her birthday Saturday
sc, ji in. Sermon: "Chosen tor
What?" 4:4". p m 'The Portion of
Law." s 10 p.m. "A Chooatm People.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Diie Hw. Coneervative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Whj i""
w, PrayT" Sisterhood will boat the
One* HubKit. Saturdaj 8 4.". m.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary. ^ ____
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Coeieerv.itivt. Rabbi Max Lia-
sceiitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
BIWl.
niday ; and s IS p.m
"lied. Dead or AllvoT
Sabbath Saturday 8:43
: r p m
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 101 NW 1i3rd St.
Coneervative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
PrMaj 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Survival oi
Revival Baa Mitsvah: Barbara,
daaahter of Mr :.nd Mrs l..-..nar.l
H..-1H Saturday 1:1* e.m Sermon:
-.....ii of >h. Wee*." Mini ha
. _
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OP MI-
AMI 1519 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
FLAOLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.

cvvices
*
^Jlxis lAJeekend
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION PEKUDE
- fj

CANDLEUGHTING TIMf
1 Adar 6:05
i
S. niKm: )
Men's Plob
..in Mlncha
host, il bj Mr and Mm David olden- ,
u it- in honor dauahtei l-o'a' i.irtii- |
rtav. Saturdaj 9 :i m Mini
FT. LAUOERDALE EMANO-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
---- ----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
Frlda) h p in Baturday 9 a.m. Mln-
cha ":"" P-n.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER, tth
St., Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
SRAELITE CENTER- 3175 SW th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swtrsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
'1-rldav :-.Z" and S.1". p.m. Sermon:
"Taklnc Yourself Berloualy." Satur-
day van sum. Sermon: "Portion of
the Week." Bar Mitsvah: Paul Alan,
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Murray Silver-
stein. Mlncha 5:10 p.m.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avs.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern.
Friday ":ii" and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"The-End of Exodus." All life seats
will be dedicated, Saturday R:S0 a.m.
Sermon: "l'urim Forever." Mlncha
i:4.'- p.m

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David LchrfieM.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5:15 and B:10 P m ''- leal
speaker. Mayor alelvln .1 Richard.
Saturday .:'. a.m. Sermon: "Bulldlna
the Sanctuary."
MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodo*. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 811 Normandy De.
Orthodox- Rabbi Ph.neas Weber-
, man.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4S
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
I l|s I i n IXI d II
.. i". ,i m s. mi n svn
. HeaiI .1 Min.i Ba Mitsvah
Rand. m ol Mi and Mr* I ..
SurU M i-ha 8:10 p.m

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Refomi. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.imgard.
|- iv i llii p.m I-' ii. Ilj rice Sixth '
-,,|, 0| K< I -i. School 111 hi
... the month. Sermon Would N
Rather be Haman or Mi rdei
Children with March birthdays will
i., bl.....' Saturdaj 11:15 a.m. II
Mitsvah i '.n'f..i .1. -..n of Mi and M -
Murray Dubbin
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY- j
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaftc-
M<
P in.
i rni.'ii
What's
Frlda>
in II fi
----------
TEMPLE BETH SHlRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave- Liberal. Rabbi Leen Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 1:15 p.m sermon: "Oermany,
Israel, Karypt What Role foi Amer-
ica?" Saturday l'j:C am Bar Mits-
vah: Howard J BOO .f Sir. and sirs.
Carl l.un.iy
------e------
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 18800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Raiseman.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Heallns
Power of Faith." Once Shabhat host-
ed by Sisterhood. Saturday 1:18 m.
Junior Congregation.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Prlday 5:30 and IS p.m Bermon
"A Call for ReaponslblUtj Baturday
9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week." Bar Mitsvah: Joseph, son .-f
Nfr and Mrs WallaO Ma.r Mlncha
5:30 p 111
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton" Ave. Conservative. Pabbi Irvmtj 1
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday R:S0 p.nv Pulpit Ktsesit, KnM.1 I
AlU-n Rutchlk, dirx-tor. Southeast i
Rr/fion I'nitrd St'iiacuru. of America. ]
Saturda> B a.m Rabbi Rulchlk's ..... Question:
nwn: "Tin- Weekly Portion of th
Bible "
The cloud covers the completed tabernacle as the
lies stand in the distance.
Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, an
glory of Ihe Lord filled the tabernacle" (Exod. 40.34
PEKL'DE "These are the accounts of the Tabernacle n
the Tabernacle of the testimony, as they were render)
cording to the commandment of Moses, through the sen
the I.evites, by the hand of Ithamar. the son of Aaron the |
EX 38.2H.
All the gold that was used for the work was twei I .nil
nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty shekels, atti
shekel of the sanctuary. And the silver of them that wen
In nd oi the congregation was a hundred talents, and a '
seven-hundred and threescore and fifteen shekels" (Ex. 38
"And of the blue, and of purple, and scarlet, they
plaited garments, for ministering in the holy place" I En
With the conclusion *of"Tn"e'"Tabeniacle. Moses bios
children of Israel.
On the first day of the first month in the second year "ce
the departure of the children of Israel from Egypt, the
nacle was set up. A cloud covered it. and the glory ol i;.i :
the Tabernacle. When the cloud rose, the children of Israel m
tinued on their journey through the desert toward the Prop .,]
Land.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law U ex-
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsemir, $15 Publisher it
Shengotd, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
. .... .aaa
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIP1I
Political Leaders
Turning to God
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Hollywood Both Sholem
ious teachings and value- -. lb
organization of our
As human nature very ofl*a does
mias. Frlda} S, rn>.-ii p.m. 8aturda> "The Pat< of th. |Q ll.lv .i m Vee-
sela
ih.- i-.ii.:. t.
in s. mon ^ hal Does
,, t, i >' i mi | SI abbal
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I". Ida) '.:i'' and 8:13 p m i mon
during the course ol
A TASTE OF HEBREW
17
A Weekly Column for Beginners
reseated by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
astd the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor DR. SHLOMO KODF.SH
Hello halom Rivks, how are you?
Who is there? Moshe? Shalom,
Moshe.
What's new? How is the family?
Thank you. good! Chana asked me
lo invite you to come to us and
to eal supper with us.
Thanks very much, bul I am sorry.
Joseph went (travelled) to Jerusalem,
and I am here with the children.
This is perfectly all right.
Please. Ito) come with your children.
Our children play nicely
with your children.
Thanks very much. This is really
very nice. I would like
to see you already.
Very good We expect you
for lunch on Shabbat.
Once more, many thanks. Remember
me to Chana and see you again.
Tys'fy no ,:-"=" sr'rr' ,;irn
.njffe ,&v ?rtrfe ?er *?
Tnnirer: B*-qr no Tern no.
Vrit ne*? njn .=;o ,nrlr
tjr$g i^s? nsrit *'2!"^
.annx r.?m,* ;:>'> VsitVi
Am,$$*a'*:* rsK !n|-, n-^r
JBrtfiQ a? n'i *sr
', .nsoa n-:BS m
M're BnV'n ay
jttw'nV !r*|Q rrjm
nfn *:r .nxs ng
.writ rrir.T -s?
a-ene ssn:* .n'nr: ='s
jyrt B'fn$ nijniijjj
.rfirj mm B;;n nrj?
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1h St.
Reform. Rabbi Josroh R. Nartt.
Kridsy 1.", v.m S-iiin.n by llahbl
Morris W draff on "Itaatii: Tin- Man
from Troves."
----.-----
TEMPLE JUOEA. 3J0 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Frlda.i :IS p m nii ukIi n Sabbath
Ouest speaker, Morris lapldua, arch-
itect. Topi. "Human Emotions and
Rellarlon ..- M.inif. -i,'i in Kynaaositii
Archlt. .;.r. >.. I urda) 11 a.m
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiii Cantor Edward Klein.
l-li Sermon \ Son i M> H< lo> .1
. ) .1 111 s. I .'II Thi I i .
lion ..( the l-.n Rai Mitsvah Mlrh-
... l Jacubaon
------a------
TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene LaDovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
------o------
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman.
------a------
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Retorm. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
PYldas 15 p.m, Sermon "Whal Has
Happened to Ihe Added Soul?" Junior
choir "ill present :i Habbarh Queei
I'au.-ani Katurda) ll a.m. liar -Mila-
\.ih Wayne, son of Mr id Mrs
Donald m.-l.
Why is t h r e an ..
craa.in, rofaranc. by political dnftinR away proces> ,
\ZZr?rt th. import^c. ef re- ot alienation set
liqious valoos today raturning
to the spirit of our touriding
fathers?
It would be necessary first to alienation set in. causin
scendants of the onj-nal lead
the descendants of the
leaders to wander in van-
tions.
the
, pro-
i'1-inj
. nginal
::;

':? de
ascertain whether there is an in-
creasing reference to religious
values, in all sin-
cerity, the an
swer is in the af
firmative. Yes.
there is a contin-
ual and stronger
emphasis placet
on the return U
religious values
made by man;
political figurei
of the day Reas-
ons can be many
and varied Let
u> analyze the
present day situ
S compared to
that ol several *AUI AlAlAVSaT
decades ago.
wander in various direc
Now. who are today- >litical|
leaders? They are indivi::! b
have either lived through uf|*
closely associated with the >!
structive consequences "*
horrible conflagrations 1 *>n\
ii less than a halt cent : Mill
of them were in foxhole:
only to prayer and God a- ^ans
of reliance. They've
families and have eom< "frrl
alization that unless lh< 11 ^
our (ounding fathers, n '>' '"I
inculcation of religiositj
hearts of all American: takes |
place, we will flounder
It is heart-warming an '^''
ing to learn that, percentage-w*
political leaders in our Ii
The political and governmental I are closely identified an

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851
E. 4th Ave.. HialeaH. Conservative.
Prlday .". p.m One* Shabbai li
in Mi- and Mi- Abraham Schulman
in honor ..f their i.Hnl anniver-
sary. Baturdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: The
Weekly Portion <>t the i.i
structure of the United States was with a respective religiot <**#
founded mainly because of reli Let us hope that this -V^
nious persecution prior to the es. permeate not alone the heirttjj
tablishment of our country t on our fellow-American-, but
-;';1 sequently. the political leaders of rub off so that leaders
the day leaned heavily upon reliu nations may do and live
.
I
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickton.
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Holi-
ness -.( the Sanctuary." Saturda) s t".
.1111 Bermon "Portion of the Week."
TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was
man.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. SSOO N. Miami
Ave Conseivative. Rabbi Henry
Wsrniek. *
Prlday v;:n p m Sermon
tative i- a." Ratui .1 ij i
-MitivMli Larry, son ..f Mr
V Kelds
Young Israel Plans Banquet
i
.. in Rsi
.in.l \lr-
they play
lo vou(?)
e expect
Shabbat
once more
perfectly all rifht
new
really (in truth)
YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
bow are you (f.)
the asked
D'?n'pa
Us
D'snn nJK.
DJB.T TijT
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to invite
with US
I am sorry (f.)
he travelled
with
fso^sr nel
unit
VOUNG ISM.cl. 9*> NE
Ortnerios. Rabbi Sherwin
10 i- in Saturdaj
mon: "Be Strom aud Steadfast
'in.-u Shabbai i..i chlldn n
'7Ht St
Stanber.
.i m. s. r
Thu faS. i, f'tr,.red in ro-
operttiuti wih the Grtaut Mi'
ami RaNifmcel A.o -
CoordiiMror of fetturu ap-
( :s
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
tfXritual leader o/ Brth Torah
C-wgregarioa 0/ .\orih Mami
Beach.
Max Cohen has been named hon-
orary chairman of the Young Is-
rael dedication banquet, accord-
in- to an announcement by Kmanu-
el L'nsar, dinner chairman.
Affair is planned for Sunday.
Mar 28. 6 p.m.. at the new Youna
Israel Synagogue building.
Known throughout the United
States and Israel at "a leading
ber;factor of Torah Institutions,"
Cohen came to tha Miami area
from Chicago, where he was an
outstanding Jewish leader. He is
ona of tha original benefactors of
Young Israel.
Members of the dinner commit-
lee include Dr. Solomon Nussbaum,
Temple president, and:
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i hai ... i
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Isen 1-". I*-, Km. -i Field,
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OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
[Rabbi Max Lipschitz
Of Beth Torah
Posner's Art Goes on View
A one-man ail exhibit by Miamitiful, moving and easily undi/r-
Beach painter, Charles "Chuck" ,standable. One doesn't need the
Posner. will be featured at the .
t~i o4u cui a ,- 11 services of a special explanatoix
Temple Beth Sholom Art Gallery
at 41st St. and Chase Ave., starting gulde t0 unders'an Mar. 7 for a three-week period. I art- as ls necessary with surreal
Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth
>.: uregation of North Mi-
recently celebrated his
year 1:1 the rabbinate, being
i;, .,. mi.' in the youngest
|ii> :il Vtshiva University of
\ ( City. He was a student
I iwned Rabbi J. B, Solo
rhik for lour years. He also
Hided the Hebrew Theological
5ge hi Chicago and the Ycshi-
jeth Yehuda in Detroit. Mich.
bbi Lipschitz is a native of
cl. Hi came to Detroit from
\viv in 1932. His only former
lit was in Madison, Wis.. where
las spiritual leader of Beth
Center for twelve years.
Madison and in the State of
onsin, he took an active part
fcmiiy Jewish and non-Jewish
es. and was appointed to the
nission of Human Rights. He
ivcd the distinction of being
girst clergyman to receive the
One Award for Interfaith
fcities by the Wisconsin news-
|himbia University awarded
the Master of Arts degree
k43. and the University of Wis-
|n awarded him the degree of
>r of Philosophy in June, 1964.
isscrtation on the "Hassidic
of Giir" will be published
near future. Various chap-
[will also appear in national
cations devoted to Jewish
felit and life.
Lipschitz has contributed to
Upbuilding of the North Miami
Jewish community and the
or. ot a new school and sanct-
ion North Miami Beach Blvd..
Torah Congregation, with 750
families and 800 children in the
school.
He has been active in local com-
munal affairs. He is former sec
retary of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation, on the Advisory Board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
and coordinator ot tnc Rabbinical
Page in The Jewish Floridian. He
is also active in the Hebrew Acad-
emy, vice president of B'nai B'rith.
Israel Bonds, member of the South
Florida Council of American Jew-
ish Congress and its chairman of
Commission on Jewish Affairs, a
member of the Knights of Pythias,
honorary chaplain of Jewish War
Veterans, board member of the ,
Florida Anti-Defamation League,
and American Friends of Hebrew
University.
In addition, Dr. Lipschitz has
been active in the Zionist Organi-;
zation all his adult life and was
president of the Madison Zionist
District of Wisconsin
Dr. Lipschitz is married to the
former Miriam Lehrman. The j
couple have three children, Sander, I
Rochellc, and Fayanne.
Off. MAX LIPSCHITZ
gfe IN TIMES
OF SORROW
r tJHowms
express what words
cannotl
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At Young Israel
Rabbi Shcrwin Staubcr will dc
liver the main adress at Young Is-
rael Torah dedication ceremonies
to be held at the Temple on Sun-
day at 10:30 a.m.
In memory of Jacob Becker, his
wife. Mrs. Dorothy Becker, and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beck-
er. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gordon,
and Dr. and Mrs. Adrian Becker,
will present an imported Scfer Tor-
ah to the synagogue. Dr. Becker
will place the silver ornaments on
the Torah.
Ceremonies will begin with a pro-
cession of Torahs and prayers wel-
coming the new Torah to Young
Israel.
Cantor Moses Weiss will chant
the dedication liturgy. Rabbi Mor-
ris Fruchter will inscribe the con-
cluding portion of the new Torah.
Noted Organist
Slated Mar. 8
Miami music lovers will have an
opportunity to hear the organ in-
terpretations of the international-1
ly-famous Dick Leibcrt, chief or-
ganist of Radio City Music Hall,
when he comes to the Dade County
Auditorium, on Mar. 8, 8 p.m., un-
der the auspices of the Binder-Bald-
win Piano Co., of Miami.
As a theatre organist Leibert was
heard in movie palaces of Pitts-
burgh, Cleveland, and Chicago be-
fore he finally became the peren-
nial favorite at Radio City.
Posner. who became a full-time
painter the latter part of 1961
when he resigned his position as
;< participating director of the Al-
giers Hotel, will debut some 40 of
his original land and seascapes at
the premiere.
As a builder and architect, with
degrees from Columbia University
and Carnegie Institute of Tech-
nology, Posner was an integral
part of Miami Beach's growth.
One of the outstanding landmarks
he helped design, build and then
operate, along with his associates,
was the ocean front Algiers Hotel,
in which he still retains a financial
interest
When Posner decided to build a
career as an artist, he resumed
his art studies, attending the Uni-
versity of Miami Art School and
the Art Institute of Miami.
Critics, previewing his paintings,
wrote of Posner and his work, "He.
is like a throwback to an old artis-
tic era, when paintings were beau-
istic, cubist and abstract works.'
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
hold a dance on Saturday evening
at the Barcelona Hotel.
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Set for Mar. 12 at the Fontaine-
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Coast Capers ot 1965," which will be
the gala annual fund-raising event
for the National Foundation. March
of Dimes, Dade County Chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, of
I Miami Beach, are co-chairmen.
! Two bands, Guy Lombardo and
j Peter Duchin. and a great talent
j line-up will be among the show fea-
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Sunday, March 7th at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery tctth
Rabbi Alfred Wuxmuu o/ficiating.
Mrs. Portman it survived by two
daughter*. Mr.-. Fayc Tupler and
Mrs. Irvine GrccnhcTg; five
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Friday. March 5. 1965
,
Brotherhood Fete At Fisher High
Hanna Senesch Players celebrated Youth
Aliyah at the Algiers Hotel at a brunch on
Moriaay. 11:30 a.m. Play featured was
written by Mrs. Rebecca Lipson and directed
Eva Blum and is entitled "The Magic
of an Ima." Mrs. Henrietta Lorber is
nt. Left to right are Mrs. Max Gold-
Leaders of the community of Surfside meet to launch their
1S65 Combined Jewish Appeal drive ct the home of Mayor
and Mrs. Lee Howard. A thirty-three and one-lbird percent
increcse was recorded in support of Combined Jewi-h Appeal
ct the breakfasl u' which Daniel Neal Helto-i a member of
'.he !?5 CIA Campaign Cabinet and past national eemn
der of the Jewish Wai Ve:eran< was gustl spoQk< Left to
irs Area Co-Chair::ian Maxwell Spire, Mayor Hov
end Surf?icie Chairmen Max Koiker.
berg, chairman of Youth Aliyah, Mrs. Sima
Swee, pianist and singer. Mrs. Samuel Feld-
man, president, Mrs. Henrietta Lorber. vice
president. Mrs. Betty Feuer, Mrs. Eva M. Blum
and Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. Not shown are
Mrs. Jack Falk. Mrs. Arthur Applebaum and
Laura Latuchie.
Religion Revisited
At Temple Judeo
Lecture Series
Louis Scbaeiderman, chairman,
'. ii h Education Sci i< -. announces
the sixth session of "Religion lie
sil !" ;ii Tcmp'c .' lea of Coral
- on Sundaj ;.t 10:30 .> m,
1 '< turer was Di Edith
. r. !", rei in phi!
osophj ;i' tin l'ii versity ol Miami
1947 Dr Scl ippei 's topic
Thi Philoso hj ol \\\w
-.ii
Di Pchipi i : -i- a B \ degree
Carleton College and PhD in
hili ;oph; from Radcliffe College
She i. the i iithor ol set ei al art!
- in ph losoptreal periodicals.
rid ><. Forms in Plato's
Later Dialogues." will be released
in the (all
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, S. Lichter,
in recognition and honor oi school.
Brotherhood Week, sponsored a
Brotherhood Assembly with the
cooperation and assistance of the
Booker T. Washington Senior High
School Concert Chorus.
The program was presented
on Thursday in the auditorium ol
Ida M. Fisher Junior High School.
"Purpose of the program was to
promote and further a better un-
derstanding, respect, and appreci-
ation of the skills and competen-
ces 1 our fellow students in our
community." declared Dr Solomon
Dr. Baumgcsrd
Honored Here
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard was
honored by his congregation
during Friday services, 8:30 p.m..
on the publication of his book.
"Judaism and Prayer."
The book is part of a series be-
ing published by the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
parent body of over 600 Reform
congregation The series is entitled
"Issues of Faith."
Guest speaker for the service
was Rabbi Erwin L. Herman.
national director of regional activ-
ities. Union of American Hebrew
Congregations,
Seth Sftolcra Mea
Hold Breakfast
Dr Maxwell Si 1 v e r was
speaker at the Beth Sholom Broth
erhood breakfast on Sunday, at
10-30 a.m.. in the temple auditori-
um, according to an announcement
by Jack B Shapiro, Brotherhood
president,
Aaron Farr, program chairman.
said that Rabbi Silver spoki
on "Retirement as a Career," the
title of a hook he recently pub-
lished. Brotherhood supports the
youth activities program of Beth
Sholom.
principal of the Fishei
Hal Herman (riqht), president^M
of Hal Herman Associates,
Inc.. of Miami, smiles as he
is presented the 1964 adver-
tising personality of the year
award at a recent Advertis-
ing Club of Greater Miami
dinner at the Everglade.; Ho-
tel. Giving the award to Her-
man, honored for his leader-
ship in establishing the new
Russell E. Scofield Advertis-
ing and Marketing Labora-
tory at the University of Mi-
ami, is Ray P.ickles last
year's winner. Also honored
at the dinnei was Jack L
Gieen, chairman cf the noard
of Bishopric Green -Fielden,
Inc., of Miami, Florida's larg-
est advertising agency.
Green was presented with
the Advertising Federation of
America Printer's Ink silver
medal award for "a distin-
guished lifetime of achieve-
ment in '.he advertising in-
dustry."
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5, 1965.
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nedy Forest:
le Memorial
;HREIBER
On l!i!' hallow-
Koi hba wag-
battle for
.11 t kq ;!: u.sand
F. Kennedy
ifi ViitiUE "",.
. the American
Forest, planted
fcsationa] Fund and
,CC and the bonds
I link the two na-
of America, no
martyred President
titling and endur-
lh ing symbol of his
, champion of peace
world.
jy Forest, when
ill comprise mil-
each to be a liv-
rinbol of the fresh-
and the inspira-
President brought
[ House. The lofty
hich will be erect-
i' onal competition
|el's leading archi-
>mit designs, will
a broad natural
poking the city of
till the blue Medi-
ae on a clear day.
\ ting wall, en-
mument, will pro-
work for fifty tall
sen ting a state
[or a subterran-
be built into the
mi will contain a
President illumi-'
r.iinid i Eternal
i (if the bust,
II a Memorial
will inscribe
walls ol the
rved some ol
in- most memor-
\ isitors will
place through
ch v II s) m-
. nal na
al.
to be known
Memorial
II bj the is-
lo make the
-' r< adilj ac-
' isands of
f< tone-laying of the
be held with ap-
I ceremony this Nov. 22,
Ithe fust anniversary of
Issmation of the Presi-
de unveiling of the mem-
Jschedu'ed to take place
iFou'th of July, 1965, in
Hence cf two thousand
VM "lio are expected to
Pilgrimage to Israel for
|spicioui event, and out-
American and Israeli
impressive tribute
were formulated
pn -- er, President of the
Fund Of Amen
1 *hkol, Prime Min-
during a recent
Mr. Bresaler
minister had issued a
"! Kiipporl and partici-
Ihc Kennedy memorial.
shkol;
' John F Kennedy
Israel's Freedom
.1- a notable tri-
fj Of a great
Amei li an and s u; rid statesman
With (his project you are forging
still another link in the chain ol
projects symbolizing the frii nd-
hip between the peoples ol the
I nlted States and Israel
"As a valiant eeker for peace
and the rights of men. your late
I resident was an outstanding ex-
ample of this enduring friendship.
The people and the government of
Israel will be singuarly honored
to be associated with this tribute
to his everlasting memory." Mr.
F.shkol pledged that the Govern*
ment would utilize its fullest re-
sources to erect a monument
worthy of the fallen leader, for
whom he expressed a deep and
abiding affection.
It seems highly appropriate that
the Jewish National Fund along
with great multitudes of Ameri-
cans should honor the late Presi-
dent in this tangible, yet sym-
bolic, manner, for John F Ken
nedy had long been a champion
of the Fund. While president, he
had declared 'that the Jewish
National Fund represents one of
Zionism' s most constructive
achievements in human welfare
and social development.''
Just three short weeks before
his cruel and untimely end, the
President had expressed his sup-
port of the American Freedom
Forest in Israel, which, he de-
clared "both cements the bond
between Israel and the United
States and serves as an impor-
tant reclamation effort."
The pioneering role of the Jew-
ish National Fund in reclaiming
a ravaged land and iii afforesting
the gaunt lulls of the Jewish
Homeland was of deep significance
to our great President. It re-
called to him the great westward
movement of reclamation and
-.Clement in the United States m
the middle of the last century.
Hi -1.', in Israel and the United
States many parallels, and the
youthful spuit in him responded
v itti deep understanding to the
burgeoning problems ol the lustj
infant State ol Israel
In an addres- delivered in New
York Citj in September, l%o. the
President stated:
"There have always been skep-
tics scoffing at the possibility of
making deserts bloom and rocky
soil productive In this regard,
our own country as a nation and
Israel have many parallels in
the diversity of their origins, in
their capacity to reach the unat
tainalite. in the receptivity 10
new ideas and social experimenta-
tion.
"The Jewish National Fund,
which for forty seven years fore-
shadowed the existence of an in-
dependent Jewish state and as-
sembled long in advance a per-
patual trust in land for the Jew-
ish people, symbolizes this mag-
nificent achievement. Jtisl as our
own West has sustained progress
against the impacts of serious
farm depressions, crop failures,
credit crises and droughts, so. too.
Israel has had to exist on narrow
margins of survival, on a con-
stant climate of hostility and out-
side danger, Yet it has endured
and its integrit) remain- iinmi
pawed, and this siieces- can be
in a large measure attributed 10
the Jewish National Fund "
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BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"Manny! What a spot for a gambling casino!"
Cop' 1964. Doytnw P-od-.t o",
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICF UNOFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
F.LEVFNTH JUD C'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOP D\ IN AND FOf! DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. S5C 1915
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CITY i|.' \K\\ '. iltK
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DAXIKI. I.KVINK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
ELFVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF .
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C-794 (King)
IV. i DRIVER. .1.- Aiunlnihirntar of
V.i.ttiiiN Affairs, on Officer hi" the
Fulled State* of America, ami hi*
BUCcevaot i- in such office, and his or
thelt nsslima,
Plaintiff,
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Kl'llll'll'KSrAS.VXAS, n in,
I Mf< ndante.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Kl "i:il'll>KS f.VSV.NAS ami
Kl.is.v CASANAK hit) wife, ii
llvlnic, Including any unknown
*puii*e* of nal ilny have temarrted, ami If dead,
their unknown helm, devbu.es,
ui.,n'i-.s, ;ts-imi,-r-, rredltora,
MctMSW* trustee*. :mrl nH other
person* olalndns hy, through, un-
,i.-i ,.i aggiltsl the.-.- I lefen.lants I
i\ho*e residence* are unknown:
YiU ARK hereby NOTIFIED thai
ii kuIi haii I., .ii brought ngalni1 you
ii> VV i. DRIVER, a* Admlnlxtratoi
,.f \". i. run* Affair*, ,ui Offlcel ..f ili,.
I nil,.i state* of America, ami hi*
*ucce**or* in hucIi office, and hi" or
th* .aigns, to foreclose a mortgage
encumbering the following tlcsci i" .1
[iropeiiy, l.i-wll:
l.i.i I. in I'.liM-k "'. .a ItlVKRI \l I".
KXTATKH M>HITI<>.\ HKCTIo.N I-
A, iiciiirilinu tn ila- nlal lln n ol n
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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olicits your legal notic*>,
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate sendee at legal
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IE CIRCL vOURT OF THE"
|NTH JL.OX AL CIRCUIT OF
IR'DA l\ AND FOR DADE
|C -NTV I N CHANCERY
No C 1272-1
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IN THE COUMS JiJOGFS COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6340-j-C
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KAVIH SUN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
un,I Ml I'erw.li '
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In the i "..iitiT> .liiil-^.- ,,l li.nl. ("oiin-
i, and flh t ii." -.iin.- In duill< .. :i nd
an provided In Sei-tlon t.13.16, Florida
Statute*, in their ..ni,.- in Ihe t'oun-
i>* I'liiiriiinii-.- In l'a,i. County, Kloi
Ida, iihin >i^ ca'i mhir nionlhi
Ho- time of the flrat publication lien -
,.r. ..r the sain,- will be barred,
hated ai Miami, Florida, in -
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MA.Mli: JAfKStlN
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Attorne) n for Ifatute
13ns Ainalej Hlds
Miami. Plorlda
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IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORiDA
No. 65C 1569
HI.NRY POSFICHA!.,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l'i .li I8KK4N Pi iSI'|i"H.M.
:im North Boule\ard, Route -'
rhttKi'" I"'all-. "hi"
Yi'i AKK HKIIKIIY MiTII-ll '
nerve a eopj ol youi Anawei to il"
t'ompluint for divorce filed bcii uai
vou mi |.iainin":'s attiirneyii RKIt.N
STKIS A Ml I.U-'.U, I2U."i lllHcayiu
HuildlitK, IH Weal Klagler Street. Mi-
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i.. reof rli III" i lerk nl I
i 'ourt, ..n or In fore : l" 22nd
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BY P' ELICATION
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ma in .1 to ni. ., : ;. II!': HKRKIIT i llfled lhal a
elve pleadlna to |iUilntill ilnl I '...... I m n fll d
iiii in........ .......;.-.hi ii .- and >..n are hereto re
nein ........ thereof upon plaint- ottln-il to w > i eo;.y of i.....tt-wei
. T V C RC U T COURT OF THE
ELrV DIC ALC'RCUITOF
FLOn 3 IN A^ln FC-f DAOE
COUNTY IN CH'AJC~RY
NO C
IIAIIIA KJIM.i ritKAS
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MAKTIN I'IM.
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i Miami, Klorhlu
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li. tin i 'i.uipl i on the Plali
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ilrea* i- :..... X IV. Mill Street, Miami
|-|,.i Ida I > v mil fill ihe oi IkIiiiiI
of tin An-u. r in the office "f III,
ri. i', .. iii, Klevi nth Judicial Fir-
, mi in and ISv >-.-'. I '- ntv, Flo Ida
I" S. \.. .hi ..r iH-fnn the 13th diiy
March, IM.1 in defnull '' wh'ch I hi
t'oniplnini will be taken .,> confi'nae.1
\\\ you
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' | sum.
R I! I.KATHRRM VX, Clerk,
_l Circuit Court. Hide Foil Florida
. -..,' i [li C. P 'lin.AM'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Deputy Fler't
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. :.. i .-_.;. :: :.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No b&866-B IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN RK- l-'-l .1. 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
l'i'., i|':i:'.n, i: iianhki.i. Florida -n probate
,...,.-,,1 No. 64672-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX RK: Katate of
To All CreUllor and All IVraotm Hal I...IIS SIUI.MAN
.us Flalnit, or I......nnl.- Aautuvi said I -.-..'
.,,,, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' \,....... h. r.-i.i notified and le- To \ll I'redltora and All Prrwnui lluv-
iiuired in pr. in an} claim* and ... Claim* Hemanu* Aunlin-l Said
iiiatid* ii-n >oii ilia) huie aKuinat | Katate
,.,.. ol i ..ni;...M'K Al \.ni.i:i.i. > ^ herein notified and r--
.....n.,-,1 lai. ol I :ade Count.i, Ho n i I .....' ins "- .....I -
i,l;, i.i iIn Pi.uniJ .ludaen oi imi.....land* uhlel mm have asain*i
,.....i hi,, hii in.' iii dupil- Ihe .-;'. I "IIS HHi I.MAN de-
I in Section .,,.,',-.. I nle Counti Fhr da
:-..-.. i., In iheii otfii iii to the <'Miniv .In Iki i I leiyli .....n-
i, .....-i I.......... '" '",'l"" I"' i
Ida oiilhs n Section i.W.I. I
ri-.'.m tnc in.....I the iii.-i publication .-"' Pi : office* 111 I'e C-til
,.,... i- Cap II II ". di Connii r tn
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 86051 -C
IN UK: I'Miiti ..''
KRKHA RllZIXSKV.
I.....u*etl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IVd I A Per- i'Hm-
tna ).. in- ,.- i iniii \ j n -. Sal *
K*tati
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lllii .-,1 to | t .-, ii: llll.l < I.imi- all
mand* ivhlcl
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r.tll.lnl III S,-i i ill
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of, or 111 <-me w-i'l I., ha -I
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IN t H E i C C O U R T
IN A\r; FOT DAOE JollNTY,
FLOR D 'N PROB
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NOTiCF. TO CRED TORS
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In tholr of fin :
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v\ ill, H .- \ cull ndar mouth
I line ill the p:-i M blli on
. r ili. >ani.- will I..- I1.1, re'l.
I ..,, ,1 nl .Miami. Florl
...i\ ..i hebruat >. A.H IM
.u.SKPii ii dlKX
A* i.n. ciito
lir.-i publication oi I* notii i
In .i h ,'.,, f Mnr, : ill
NAT RKISS
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lNOBJ ,JUO,it's COURT
f, "/? OAOE COUNTY.
F-ORIO* IN PROBATE
N> u3?84-B
ti. son
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[OTICE TO CREDITORS
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,. .....'" t- Analnat Said
h-r.ln notified and re-
(:> : ^-^?.,!:
Iliiide V so,lK' deceased
, : !->. I'm, ,.,;,, i ,llr
-.,,.';. "I ':"'- ''nanty. and
leandaapro-
f i'air ,,',f':'"i- y"r*a "<"
in the Coi.nly
|x .. ,' '..unty, n.'.i.ia.
| '" i......i.i from the
' ,WSd.thtalsth
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X '' MUX
' ..... notice on
.M'l.. IS.
Confe^owli. -
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65044- B
in RK: im.ii. ol
KM 11- SI il TKSZ a k a
KMII. SHI ll.'I'CS
I KfOeaaefi.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to All Creditor* and Ail Person* lluv-
inj; Claims or Demand* Aguinal Said
Katate:
Yon ate hereby notified anfl re-
quired to preaent any claim* and de-
mand* which you may have affatnal
th.. .Male of KMIL SOI.TKS/. a k/n
KMII. 8IIU1.TKS deoeeeed atte ol
I lad.- County. Florida, to the County
.liidsei. of Dad.- County, and file th.1
An,., a, > for i. Ixi
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA IN PROBATE
No. 61974-C
IN RE! lCMl.le of
! isk sMiiKi.i :i:
DMMeed
w. .o TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Feraon* tlai
.1,^ iialii'.- or li.Hiaiid.- Agulnat Said
Uatate:
Y'mi are hereby notified and re-
quired in preaent any ulaim* and d
manda which you may huvu againoi
ihe .-.-late ni Ki'SI-; S.lll 1'KI.Kll il.-
Florida,
; h .In il I', hruari I
t. in .x I'., Ell
Mtoiii Kxei iitor
i u hlattlei Street,
; i.. >. .-. : -,
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S "feOU RT
IN ANO FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLOR'OA IN PROBATE
NO. 65957-C
IX RK ''-tale nf
I'lui.ii' r \TSM.vx.
I tree iftod
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creilltor* and All Pen-on.- HnV-
Ing .lain- ..! Demand! Amtlnat Said
Katate:
Yon ,. hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mand* which ^on nin\ have avulnsi
the e-tale ol Ptlll.IP I'AI'SilAN. lie,
d I lad.- Courtly, World*.
' Kapla
I
i-a, :: 5-1S
will be 1...I i 'I
n.u-,1 hi Miami, Florida, this Knd
,:.i. ,,r January. A.D IMS
M\l('ol..\l II I KIED.M \N
Mti for ATT1I, \ HOI TKH/
\ ~ Admlnlatr itoi
Firsl puldl 'atl hi "i tin :
Mi ,l-i ; I' bt uar>
MAl.. ,|..M II l-'P.IKI i.M.V.N
iratoi
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Ida
ihe time ..t Ihe firal publ cation licfe-
.n'. ,,i- th* -an.- will I"- barred
|.......i ,.i Miami, Florida, thb 18th
i ). A I 1X63
Hi |.i x .--'-i i 'KI.KR
\ Exei utor
ti., tin,, ol the firsl publication here-
r th. -aine will be liarred.
Dated .. Miami, Florl'la, iln- >11.
.1 ,,,. -i i A I < 1963
DAVID I' 'ATSMAX
A- l-;x.'.n|..r
First ce oi M -
; Fi bruary,
KIN m I' i .1 i'-. I i .ii,-
Vlli.ll
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 65836 C
IN RK: Kstate !
JUAN SPKR DEITKI.I'.AFM
[leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All l'i.- lltors and All Person* II. -
im I'luim* or Demand* Against Said
Kstati
Vou are li. i-.-l..-. notified and re-
1'iir. ,1 to or.-s. tit am claim* and
inand* which you mio have tiKainsI
tin -'.:t- of JOAN SPKR DK TKl.-
11 \i m ,i. ceased late ol lade t'ounty,
I lorldn, to tin Count.' ; -'! I Ntile
i'.hhii the name In dupli-
cate and .-- provide.! In --- .33.16,
l'i. rldn Stal uti-s, in theli In
. hi i'.. in i i'-.. thoitsi in l '.nl. '..iiii-
r. Kit rid .. v iii .|\ i
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I j m hi "i ^t"
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TII.I 'k PKKKI N i:k
V. .
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Iii-.tt..- fo t'o-K'
1 I 11 7 ; Pllll*
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT IN ANQ
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No.5C2!90
.IUSK AXTI 'Nil i I.Ai l'i IDAS,
Plain) Iff,
ROSA 1SAKK1. DK IV CARIDAD
i .I.MKI" RAMS tie I.Ai >.
li. '.11 Innt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON
TO: ROBA ISABKI. DK I.A CARIDAD
ui..vii:i'i i: v.vis .I.- LAO
I'alvitrin No. RfrJ
.-.miiai;,. de Cuba
1 Hi.>,(.-. t 111..,
VOP AKK li:.i:K.i:V notified th,.t"a
Complaint for Hivot,,- hit* been tilc.l
aMilnal you, and you are hereby r. -
quired to serve n .-;.. of your ajj-
mii-i- to tn.- t'otnplalni on the Pinint-
iff.- attorney, i.i:sti:i: RiKiKRO.
lii,-f iiddresa I* :':: N vv. utli HtreM,
Mhjnd, llorida, and 'i:.i the ,,ri;iiial
of th.- Answer In thi office ol ili.
Clark in tin- Kieventh Judicial Cjl-
, nil ii and for i'.,.- County, l-'lniiojn.
..n ,.r hefon the :'!h ita} ol Api II, I9,
ii di fault of w h'icli Ihe i 'omputlll
will in hi youi
DATI I tbli :'ii:1 a> of Februalr.
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