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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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'Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.,, 38 Number 11
Miami. Florida, Friday. March 12. 1965
Three Sections Price 2Ct
^
Germany Offers Diplomatic
Recognition to State of Israel

i*

Beher Mahmad
mber of Fateh,
Arab pabot-ine and
ror organization, which has
ling Israel, was
- a mnninq fiqht
| >order police and
ptured. Foteh is cred'ted
I] number ol recent sab-
^ge o"empts, including the
of a house in Kfar
ss la-t month. The unit is
It ct trie so-called "Pales-
ti ,n Army." (Photo
| JTA .
\rop Noted
Reports
)f Bigotry
)\\ \ The Ministry
reported this
i.l been a steady
. number >t anti-Sem-
SVcsl Germanj
208 cases in 19W

-n.hi presented
ral survej ol
i mi Semitic ac-
1 iii' said, included
swastika
imilar activities.
ons w ere ai rested
. I'tivities
le said that foreign and inter-
Ficnjl 'ascisf groups in the
pled Stales, Britain, Belgium
Switzerland were trying to
lutnce extreme right-wing
>ups in West Germany He re-
nted that 64 fascist and anti-
Wic papers were sent into
M Germany from abroad
"Pared with 45 such periodic-
printed in West Germany.
ii e reported ts
ti-Semitic leaflets
Continued on Paqe 16-A
StCRtT TALKS PAGl 6-A
BONN (JTA) Chancellor
I. u d w i ; Erliard, in an i ilit ial
statement issued to the press an-
nounced Monday, that the V
German Government is read) t''
ti I ii-h diplomatic relations
Israel and t i compensate Israel for
the rest of the promised arms aid
which was cut ofl after a protes
(nun Egypt. The statement also
sa'd that the Bonn Government
will stop all economic aid .mil fur-
ther credits to Egypt.
The statement emphasized that
Ihc West German Government re
jects any kind <>t intervention in
her affairs, and particular!) in her
relationship with Israel. At the
same time, it posnted ut that the
granting of diplomatic recognition
to liael is not directed against an)
of the Arah states The Chancel-
lor's statement stressed that Presi
dent Nasser of Egypt has jeopar-
dize;! the traditional German-Arab
friendship and that the state visit
made by Premier I Ibrechl ol Com-
munist East Germany to Egypt, at
Nasser's invitation, is hound to in-
fluence this friendship.
The chancellor's statement was
read at an extraordinary press
Terence -toyState Secretary
Karl-Gunther von Hase who de-
clared that the Chancellor, em-
powered by the Federal Repub-
lic's constitution has spelled out
his Government's foreign policy,
as well as his own position. The
statement made it clear that the
COmiNGlKT OK
Ey Special Report
M IALEM The
ent Wednesday an-
ni nnced it was read) In e.
i immi Mate iplo natic
anh ibe :>
.: ;i" >! West German).
I he oti.'r w as in.i I'.....lt.ii
.1' t on the Bonn Govern-
ment 's resumption ol its pre-
v'ousl) withdrawn agreemen!
to provide Israel with some
$80 million in military equip,
ment.
policy has been formulated after
consultation with Germany's
principal allies the United
States, Frarte and Britain. It
noted that all of Germany's po-
litical parties represented in the
Bonn Parliament have been in-
formed of the policy statement
(Official circles in Jerusalem
.old the Jewish Telegraphic Agenc)
that the statement by Chancellor
Erhard is a "surprise," in view
of the Bonn Government's position
ol the last week. Observers in Je-
rusalem wondered today whether
Dr. Erhard's mention ot fulfilling
his Government's arms aid agree
ment with Israel meant that he
was now ready t'> carry out the
Continued on Page 8-A
ALL RETURN SAFELY
Jets Battle Egypt Planes:
Parade Set for Tel Aviv
| EL AVIV -- JTAi Isra .1
Mirage fighter jets drove off a
group ol Egyptian Migs which
penetrated Israeli airspace ovet
he Nitzana area in the Negev. a:'
Israel spokesman announced.
The air clash developed, the
spokesman said, alter the Israeli
iels took oil to meet the Egyptian
planes, when 11 was learned that
he latter entered Israeli air-
space. The Egyptian planes re-
turned to their own territory alter
the Israeli jets tired a number of
shots, All ol the Israeli planes
returned safely.
In an incident along the Syri-
an border, the secord in two
days at the same spot, Syrian
gun positions attacked an Israeii
tractor working at Korazim.
north of Lake Tiberias, damag
irj the vehicle slightly. The
fire, which was directed from
three Syrian positions utilizing
recoilless guns and automatic
weapons, was silenced by return
fire from the Israeli side before
United Nations observers ar-
ranged a cease fire.
The exchange of fire began only
a short time alter the IN 0 >
-ervcrs concluded their investiy i-
lion ill a similar attack the previ-
Continued on Page 12-A
Cooperate With Jews.
Tunisia Prexy Lrges
RfPRtSAI FOR MURDER
Synagogue Bombed
In Montevideo Terror
MONTEVIDEO. Uruguaj tJTAi
- a synagogue in the central part
ol 1 h 1 s capital ol Uruguay was
damaged Sunda) l>> ;> bomb blast,
and police authorities said they
believe Ihe desecration was .1 re
prisal for the murder ot a Latvian
Nazi, Herbert Cukurs, wh se bod)
was found beaten and shot in a
cottage in a fashionable part ol
Montevideo. The damage to th
synagogue was not heavy, and no
one was injured
Meanwhile, with one man under
arrest in connection with tbe mur-
der ot the war criminals, police
toda) sought two other suspects.
ihe man arrested is Dionisio Ma
bridies. 32, a Greek national living
n South America since childhood
Police say he worked as an in-
terpreter for Waldo Helm Taus-
ing, an Austrian who had rented
the cottage where cukurs bod)
was discovered. Taussing is one of
Ihe hunted suspects.
Cukurs, according to police, was
believed to have been killed b)
agents ol an organization calling
its ll -Those Who Can Never For
LONDON (JTA1 President
Habib Bourghiba, of Tunisia, made
.1 statement in the old city of Je-
rusalem, on the Jordanian side.
Sunday, interpreted by some Arab
circles as asking for "moderation
md reason in dealing with the
1, according to a Beirut dis
patch received here. Mr. l'.our
Irba came to Beirut t.>r a visit to
Lebanon, after touring Egypt, Sa-
udi Arabia and Jordan, and is
!*oing from Lebanon to Iran and
Iraq
"We have not persecuted the
Jews, anc* we can still cooperate
with them on the basis of
mutual respect," the Arab press
reported President Bourghiba
as saying. Some of the
Arab newspapermen attending
the Jerusalem press conference
where he made that statement in-
terpreted his remarks as applyir.g
to Israel politically.
The pro Nasser Beirut newspa-
per, declared toda) "We know his
?redo is moderation and the prin-
i iple of take what w offered y iu
and ak for more later it would
.-eem that his statement yesterda)
derived from this principle, which
can apply to all questions except
Palestine."
Catholic Looks at Anti-Semitism
BV ROBERT E. SEGAL
,;" me in ber ol the
tak ng a long,
proceedings at the
lias made a
- atemenl on
lhan .Km.es O'Gara
I 1 ol "Common
"I Merc) College
, League minar
, 'Gara stated that
ihe fact that many
Christian commentators over the
centuries h a v e promoted anti-
Semitism." Then observing thai
the notion thai a divine curse
rests on the Jewish people, he
went on to say that "we must ad-
mit thai tin- is found in many re
tpectable manuals, commentaries
on the Scriptures and popular in
terpretations ol Ihe Bible." He
I lamed ihe perversion ovi r the
centuries ol true Christian
[or producing the poison ol
anti-Semitism, partially responsi
hie for the Jewish tragedy in Ger-
many and other parts of Middli
Europe
Bumbling Effort
With Mr O'Gara's honesl and
incisive observation in mind, we
are pleased to note thai Msgr
George G. liiggins, director ol
he Social Action Department ol
he National Catholic Welfare
Conference, has reiused to let a
leading spokesman for Catholics
in the Near East gel away with
a recent bumbling effort to
%rab leaders who were upset b)
recent pronouncements in Rome
regarding responsibility tor the
i 1 ueilixon.
Patriarch Maximos iv Saigh ol
Anltoch, des< ribed b) Msgr. Hig-
ni- as one 1 the most imposing
figures in the Council, bad begun
h statement by asserting thai
Continued on Page 11-A
Philip fs
Threatened
With Boycott
LONDON (JTA) The Arab
Boycotl Council against Israel is
threatening to boycotl Prince
Philip, husband ol Queen Eliza-
beth 11. for accepting an invita-
tion to a parly lo he run jointly
by the Women's International Zi-
onist Organization a n d Prince
Philip's pel children's aid charity
1 hoard a ship being completed
in a Glasgow shipyard now for
the Israeli merchant marine, the
Sunday Express reported here
The \i ssel is the Nili. a S5.6 10.000
6.000-1 n ferry being finished now
, i the yards of the I-'airrield
Upbuilding and Engineering
i 0., in Glasgow. i d Somerfin Company, and is
to be dedicated officiall) -non on
the Thames, wi/.o and Prince
Philip's children's aid charlt)
have scheduled a gala party to
be held aboard the Nih when it
arrives here, under the sponsor-
ship of a number 1 noted per-
sonalities, including Mrs Elaine
Blond, sister of Ihe late Lord
Marks, and Mrs Michael Siell
\ spokesman for Buckingham
Palace refused to comment on the
Arab Boycotl Council's announce-
ment, declaring thai Prince Phil-
Continued on Page 3-A


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Friday. March W
65
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Faircloth Will Speck Mar. 26
Proclamations designating March as "CIA
Mon'h" bring together many of Dade County's
28 mayors at the offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Looking over some of the
proclamations are seated ileft to right) Miami
Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz, El Al Israel
Airlines General Manager Hayim Sanderson,
and Hialeah Council President Bill Lockwi
Standing (left to right; are Hialeah Coucilman
Roger Shaw, North Bay Village Mayor Clem-
en J. Ehrlich, Nor*h Miami Beach Vice Mayor
William McDonald, Surfside Councilman
Louis Hoberman, and Miami Beach Mayor
Melvin J. Richard.
Attorney General Far! I iir
ctotn "ill be Bae1 speaker al the
awards banquet ol the I
mtj Young Demi Club
scheduled for Friday Mar 26, al
Miami Sprii i\ illas.
Tin c 1 u l) will presi nl -
lea Including one to
the "Outstanding 1 d e I ounty
Democrat," and ipi i ial awards
r outstanding -i n ice d iring
the Presidential campaign ol ikc-1"
In addition, dub president. An
brej Kendall, "ill present several
intra-club < ital
Chairman for the 1965 dinner
is Hen Levitt Associate chairman
.- Bernard Balsam. Members "i
Dinner Committee are Kendall,
Larry Vfisrach, Jack Taffer, Loret-
Temple Sinai Carnival
Children oi Temple Sinai Relig-
- School will be holding their
annual P u r i m carnival at the
Temple on Sunday. Parting at 10
a.m.
' ''' 'Mh J
Paul Stei !]
Members .'(
tee an E( Vr,3
lerald l.
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JULES PEARLMAN. ASA
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal Soars
Past Half-Way Mark as Mayors Meet
CANADIAN AMBASSADOR HlRt SUNDAY PACt 7 &
PROFESSIONALS GIRD fOR DRIVt PAGE 8 A
iter Miami's 1965 Combined
Jen -
1.080 fo i in Miami.
In out the world
st | hall t ay mark
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A GIFT TO
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN ISRAEL
Mayshie friedberj
itive di-
re< ti r as they mel to proclaim
- CJA V nth" in their re-
ve rommunil
At a proclamation rr.ceting held
of the offices of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, 1317 Bis-
cayne Blvd.. Rosichan announced
lha* $719,015 has been raised to
date by the cen'ral planning ard
fund-raisirg agercy of the Jew-
ish community.
Hayim Sanderson, managing di-
rector of EL AL Israel Airline-
met with the mayors and their rep.
resentatives, who pledged support
of their respective communities to
help meet the 1965 goal on behalf of
the United Jewish Appeal over*
and the member agencies of Fed-
eration in the Greater Miami com-
munity.
It was announced that Dr Irving
Lehrman, chairman of the I I \
drive, will chair a Million Dollar
akfasl on Sui n ii Mar
ntainebleau Hotel.
Is nd offic rs of ever}
lewis on in Dade Coun-
1} ell as leaders in the Tra
Residi nd Wo
- n, are tx ing aske
I effort I
; .liar
thai dal Lehrman
sta'i
v itstanding national -i
will appear at the breakfast
which is calculated to bring the
drive well over the two-thirds mark.
..e declared.
Leaders of the respective divi-
sions will report their progress to-
ward the goal on that occasion.
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Donor Dinner
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
of West Miami will hold its animal
donor dinner at the Carillon Hotel
Tuesday. 7 p.m.
Mrs. Betty Koris is president.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Jo-
seph Achtman.
Guest of the Auxiliary' will be
Mrs Louis Deutsch. Department
of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary pres-
ident.
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Ljdcy. March 12, 1965
* Jewish Her id/fan
Paqe 3-A
Pepper Bill Will '"age Swann Sworn In
Ease Restrictions
Richard H. M. Swann. Miami
lawyer, was to be sworn In as
Congressman Claude Popper has Judge of the District Court of Ap-

brew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami
; its annual banquet Apr. 3 at the Sterlinq
Left to right are Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
of th* organization and guest of
Mrs. Gladys Diamond, member of the
re Committee; Mrs. Shoshana Spec-
elary; Ellis Robbins, vice president
hairman of 'he function; David Freed-
man, honorary life president; Mrs. Julius Su-
kenik, treasurer; and Mrs. Ellis Robbins. A
member of the faculty of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, Rabbi Azulay is founder of the Hebrew
Educators Alliance and widely known for his
work in the field of Jewish education. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
Purim Seudah
At Beth El
ual Purim Seudah or Sister
I od and Congregation Beth El
.' ill be held S indaj in Dora August
Memorial Hall
The 6 p in dinner will be followed
by entertainment,
Ho.!- [or the evening are Mr.
and Mis Ben l'.oskin and Mr. ;nnl
Mrs. \ nberg, in honor of
their anniversaries.
All proceeds will go to the Beth-
El Religious School.
Mis Jack Shapiro is president
of the Sisterhood, and Joe Zalis,
president of the congregation.
reintroduced a bill liberalizing the
restriction on the amount of in-
come retired persons can earn
while collecting Social Securitj
benefits.
"An? senior citizen ready, will-
ling and able to work should have
he right to work." Pepper said.
'We need the productivity of such
Citizens, and (hey should not be
precluded from earning all they can
without bavins; any amount taken
away from Social Security bene-
fits.-
Peppers bill died in the 88th
Congress for hick of time, alone
with a number of other administra-
tion programs. Present law pro-
vides that anyone making more
than $1,200 yearly is not eligible
for Social Security benefits.
Pepper's bill is supported by nil-
merous senior citizen groups and
individual constituents ill bis Third
< ongressional District, who have
written him that the\ strongly fa-
voi passage of this liberalizing leg-
islation.
peal. Third District, at 11 a.m .
mi Thursday, bj Chiei Justice E.
Harris Drew, of the Florid
preme court. Induction ceremony
was to be held in the Court i; n
of the District Court ol Appi
tin' fifth H..... oi Hir state Ofl i e
Building.
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:z i:ght are U.S. Sen. George Smothers, of Florida, and
ses Feuerstein, active leader of the Jewish community of
ton, Mass., and president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
pciegations in the U.S., greeted by Deputy Mayor Mou-
sed Hubeishi, of Acre, at recent groundbreaking cere-
pies for the first vocational school in a network of 30 to
:ailt by the Israel Education Fund, a program of the Uni-
sh Appeal. Sen. Smothers, Feuerstein and Sen. Rich-
Russell, of Georgia, journeyed to Israel from the U.S. es-
[ to attend the Acre school groundbreaking ceremonies
ch Smothers was a featured speaker.
Arabs Threaten
To Boycott
Prince Philip
Continued from Page 1 A
ip was interested primarily in the
fact that the ship was beins built
ir Scotland and saying that the
Palace was under the impression
that the party was being held sole-
ly for the benefit of the Prince's
own charity organization. The
Boycott Council at Cairo has is-
BUCd a statement, the Sunday Ex-
press reported, declaring: "We
aii' extremely upset that Prince
Philip should appear to align him-
self so closely with the cause ol
Zionism, our bitterest enemies."
Judge Balaban
At Y' Party
.Indue and Mrs. Henry Balaban
will be the featured attraction at
the North Count) VM YWHA Senior
Citizen Friendship Club's celebra
tion of Purim on Tuesday. 8 p.m.,
at 140.16 XE 6th Ave.
The program will also include a
playlet. "You are There." and
songs by the Senior Citizen Choral
Croup. In charge of information is
Airs. Beatrice Stone.
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can obtain information through the representative
of THE JEWISH AGENCY,
1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach, Room 206
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Friday. March 12. 1965
8 Adar 5725
Cardinal Spellman
To Receive Award
The Reform Jewish Appeal of the
Union of American Hebrew Conqre-
itions and the Hebiew Union Col-
ge Jewish Institute of Religion will
esent Francis Cardinal Spellman
.th their Humanitarian Award at
function
The av the re-
wed Catholic prelate for
- icu ing a d< >n at the
nenical Council absolvinq the
ieicide charge
sm.
have been to'.d often en<
cal Coun<
: a Jewish matler and that
......^ on the business of
I are he;: aneous.
Perhaps this is also prel
e ase in the decision of the Re-
rr Jewish Appeal to single out
retinal Spellman. But since the
[ hurch warning relating to the Ecu-
- enical, itself, has largely if not en-
eiy been ignored by Jewish lead-
- and organizations, we fail *o feel
constrained and are throwing cau-
tion to the winds in the matter of the UAHC
. .tation at least to this exten':
There are many Catholic prelates, both
in America and abroad, who have played an
important and even impassioned role in the
ceclaralion on absolution. We mean to de-
tract neither from the Union award nor from
Cardinal Spellman, himself, when we suggest
that some were even more pivotal.
For so distinguished a Jewish organization
cs the UAHC to cite a single prelate at this
point seems premature. It performs a dis-
service to the declaration, which has not yet
in feet passed, and to the many other Church
fathers whose purpose deserves at least equal
recognition.
The Triumph of Purim
Purim, the celebration of the triumph of
:od over evil, is told in the ancient book
>wn as the Megillah.
The Megillah will be read Wednesday
ght and Thursday morning, recountinq the
effort by Herman, the Persian tyrant, to destroy
8 Jews. It is Queen Esther, the wife of Kinc
.-.hasuerus, who battles valiantly to save he:
people and brings Haman to his ugly end.
The word, 'Purim." means "lots.'' which
reflec's the way in which Haman selected the
ay on which the Jews would be destroyed.
The holiday is marked in a festive atmos-
phere, with both children and adults reading
iiom the Megillah and sounding their "grag-
gers" (noise-makers) at the recitation of the
tyrannical Hainan's name.
It is clear tha*. throughout our history, evil
men have appeared and attempted to destroy
ihe Jews. But the larger lesson to be learned
from the holiday is that tyran's are always
plotting to destroy the freedom and dignity of
men at large and that their efforts are doomed
to failure in the end.
Men may pay a errible price for their
precious right to self-determination, and the
reign of tyranny is often longer than seems
bearable, but, as in the Megillah of Purim.
right emerges the ultima'e victor.
rTMaTAWT l7VfAr>?
TO COMPLETE THIS MONUMCNT*!.
*x$< at -me cosr of ? 1,275.000
editor of "Dagbreek," suggests that the new-
procedure "could only give grounds of indul-
gence in racialism."
We agree.
The Jews of South Africa have for some-
time now had increasing difficulties. Charges
against them have been voiced on the floor of
Parliament. The nation's apartheid policy has
put the Jews at odds 'here with the decision of
the State of Israel to condemn the policy and
its practitioners, as a consequence of which
Zionism today seems to be one of the worst in-
sults in the horrifying gamut of South Africa's
racial strife.
This does not mean to say that all of South
Africa's Jews have lined up against apartheid.
Quite the contrary: Sadly, many are as ar-
dently segregationist as some of their non-Jew-
ish neighbors.
Bu' the guestion of white supremacy apart,
Jews there find themselves in an unenviable
position today- The latest practice of identify-
ing candidates for office by their race, religion
or extraction is one more step in the direction
of exploding the Sou'h African tinderbox.
South African Tinderbox
Sou'h African newspapers last week list-
ed the "racial origin" of candidates running
: a the forthcoming elections to the Provincial
Council of Johannesburg. Included were "Jew-
ish," "Greek-English "English" and "Afri-
haans."
A spokesman for the United Party has al-
ready attacked the practice as "an attempt at
isolating Jewish alee." Dirk Richard,
Art Commission Decision
More Jews live in New York Citv than in
any other city in the world. New York, in fact,
is symbolic of the melting pot society that has
made America. To list the varie'y and number
of cultures, tongues and national extractions
that make up New York would be to present
a fair-sized catalogue of the world's represen-
tative civilizations.
The recently-proposed memorial to the
six million Jews who perished during the Hitler
era does not therefore seem out of keeping with
the city's spirit and make-up.
Nevertheless, the New York Art Commis-
sion rejected the proposed memorial on the
ground that it would be too "distressing" a
tableau, particularly for the sensitivities of
young children.
We find the commission's reaction a sheer
absurdity. In a world filled these days with
human tension, such a memorial might well
remind both young and old of man's capacity
for inhumanity. It is, indeed, precisely this
capacity that best characterizes the commis-
sion's decision.
The outrage of the Hitler era was not alone
an attack upon the integrity of Jews bu* of all
people who tolerated it because, at the mo-
ment, it failed to touch them. The Art Commis-
sion hence slights no' only the world's laraest
Jewish population but one of the world's larg-
est cities, v.: benefit from the
meaning of such a memorial.
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JHE DADE County School
Board is a big busiw,,
1 lirillO ihP WeeK operation, and it K.-.MHM0 m UUlllKg IIIC WCCA that the dey should be goS
when little more than -well
Intentioned" people offet
themselves as candidates to
serve. By big business, 1
mean not alone the rapidly.
burgeoning b u d g e 1 ol the
hoard: I also mean the |g.
creasing amount of knowledge
required of those of its members who presume to be effective Sadly,
the hold-over of incompetence from the past remains a major slunibl
ing block despite the forward look adopted by some ot its members
who do their homework if only to the extent that they stud} educ.
til nal need- of today and tomorrow.
But the forward look suggests more than the willingness If not
the ability to do homework. It suggests, as well, a Don-prejudiced
\ iew at best or. at least, a prejudiced view that has been tethered
Particularly since the May, 1954 Supreme Court ruling on turn of public facilities, thi.- has been a primary requiren 1
qualit} ol an; school board worth talking about Certain!; Dade'j
i- one Hi these in spirit and. increasingly, in fact. But la>i week's
school board meeting shakes my own faith to the extent I ,1 1 ara
forced to regard less covertlj the bigotry that most ol us
pretend lias [led in the changing times.
What the meeting did was clearly to spell out the frei
peated and jusl as frequently denied view thai many Ne I
ation in our schools a view directly contrarj to the
Segro leader- in the civil rights movement This m
, IUT| the middle between tin professionals and the Ni '
ity the> presumabl} represent Consequently, it also 1 1
argel} absent Ni gro leadershi
THE UNKIHG Of 'RIGHT-WINS' VAlUli
LAST WEEK'S SCHOOL board meeting wenl a step
nembers \vl fail r
tudes from the pa*t. square!} on the firin;
uwn 1 lassie waj where, one wi uld
.1 could not possil
.. in more current and vogue terms, "right wii
s lcn a manm t,, place gregatlon and anti Sen
same s.de ol the scale
The facts are simple. The Dade Count} School B
plans for Colonial Drive Elementar} School to rein-,.
tacilit Frank C. Martin Elementary in Richmond Height- ., n-ea-l
Negro section here The Colonial Drive School woum [
- as well Whereupon. Edward Hanna. president 1 Via
at the Martin School, joined by William Redding, pres I
Citizens Committee of Richmond Heights, appeared before tl I
111 a plea to set aside these plans and 10 luiild a new 1 J
school in Richmond Heights, instead
Both Hanna and Redding, representing the Negro pi j
they wanted their children to attend BCDOOl eloser to hoiiu I
between the professionals and the rank and file emerged at tht nicd-l
ing when Dr John Brown, project coordinator for the Congress on
Racial Equality, opposed Hanna and Redding on the ground that tWl
school they suggested would without doubt be segregated. Di Browtl
proposed an alternate site at Coral Reel Dr. and SV\ l'.v \it I
which he apparently foresees will one day be a high rent district wt-l
tain to attract white residents and therefore assure the ulti lateOfl
tablishment of an integrated school there.
PTA President Hanna rejected the CORF, official's proposal m|
the ground that Dr. Brown has no knowledge of the area and ivuldtitl
under any circumstances, "lind his way in and out ol Ricbmo
Heights," a genteel euphemism lor "carpetbagger."'
GOING BACK A HUNDRED 11A% AGO
THOSE SCHOOL BOARD members with the forward vii -itrirB
' Involved themselves immediately or were Involved a- a *|
quence ot the debate that followed. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.!
clearly aware of the strange Negro paradox, told bcth Hanna a|
Redding that they were trying to force the board to en "-I
legated school This is. ot course, obviously true Theil I
that the Negro parents they represent want their children 1 -
heme clearly smacks ol the kind of fear characteristic ol any I
their plea was. in fact, a move to maintain the sanctity of I
Her charge ol Negro self-segregation seemed therefon 1" ,'lil
Instance not only accurate: it was also a perfect prelude 1 ",'1'*l
uent question posed to Redding "Do you want us to -
iine-hundred year- agi 1> that what you want?
In support of this very crucial view was .lack D. G I
Hi 1 that "you personally are doing a great
the children ol Richmond Heights and to the children ol I
ty." explaining thai education is less effective in segr<
I::: 1
Whereupon, Mrs, Helene J. Vosloh, in support ol no 011 nd nom
ol the issues presented before the board, shot back
cculdn'l be right in his assumption, particularly since thi
integrated schools in Miami Beach, where he lives .
l have a fairl} sober evaluation of Mrs V'oasoh'i tei
Bid ovei the year-, which began with my first meeting hei
Ol those terribly cynical Jewish Theological seminary "ethical^
lies' meeting.- here back before the mid-50 s. when I argued IB*!
floor clash against both her and James Noel, former school WJ. I
member, on then positive feelings about religious practices i
Dade County school system.
THE VARIETY Of UNDERHANDED CHARGES
DO NOT believe Mrs Vosloh lias grown much since then >>'r!-,'*|
not enough to match the equivalent growth of the b
Her retert to Cordon il
a case in point, which reflects her la^*l
knowledge that there indeed are integrated school- on Miami !'" I
But worse, it reflects a social attitude which Cordon. In :'
capably characterized as -racist and bigoted."
I would call it worse than that It in fact speaks fci lM'" J
brings to mind the horrifying variety of underhanded chat jes i> I
against school board members like Gordon and lira Meyers ounj
their renr
then campaigns for the office simply on the ground of
For "
ion This is. as I suggested at the outset, particularly I
a retrograde view ol the world In which we live a view which ^
fear for the United Nations with fluoridation, tor int.-; ltl0n Jl
anti-Semitism, for "big government" paradoxically with "'"' u|
- tend, to diminish the energy some board members
outlook and their homework
Tiler, is ni long) r any room ir
nd prejudici s Mrs Meyers suggested it mai 1
m their ghetto in accordance |
n leaving them spht from their profess 'L^
-- and alone \- jack Gordon observe
11 ..y educative processes themselves
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= I Friday, March 12, 1965
+Je*ist fkriclian
Paqe 5-A
AJComm.
Appoints
Chief Here
, Walter I' Zand has
,,,. appoii ted new director
i 1,1,',' "i ihe
' ttee
, n\ Sorth
or ol \3C,
Chicago, 111.
Iie -, j mour Sam-
i late lasl
Ci > Collins
n mi ision in
II assume his
hi sometime
-!I!I'"HT.
Temple Zion Luncheon Discussions
Fill Need of Young College Students
iNoted Sculptor
"obeSpecker
- ationally-fam-
, will address the
\ Seminar for
Jewish teachers
ly. Mar.
M Mark
- "Art
Bible."
, as born '
itl uania and
: ,i .it the
Yeshiva
- >' Ika He
to ih urn
I statt over
, ears agi
mark i-ulpls ideas,
ncl Bible
I > .1 popular speak
and ci nters
I ates and
I
u of the an-
Bun .hi ol
i'w.-ii i o Ji ish teach-
I Hi Nathaniel
f r the six Bern-
lai --ion- huh ill conclude
Mar I!)
lospiral Opening
lew Addition
ion "I the North
Hospital's fourth
to take place
i i noon, accord-
emenl by the
includes the new
Sasso VIemorial
and other pa-
r
-i. n, the ad
> the hospital's
212 to 375 beds.
i'tl administrator,
- reek thai Dr.
irector of Inter-
laid,, the 160-bed
I i mon> scheduled
1
te+h Am Slates
urim Carnival
1 I'unm carnival spon-
Lh i rh00d '" Temple
[ held on Sunday,
; noon until 6 p.m.
J Richard Alpcr, president. an-
["" 'hal the carnival bazaar
l,h '' rides, white
1 I inch and supper.
!,",. '.......man and Mrs.
y ""cr are in charge of work-
Jewish People
r be Viewed
l,rk"!'!':',""M engineer s. E.
' 'Peak on "The Stat
b People Between
f before the Miami
[ 'meeting on Saturday,
MnSon'A*;,gt0 Federal. 12M
nS* >"'......sor in Val-Hen-
,i, '.....Ihicago Berkenblil
piiim" '"s"' RuMi eon-
In'i wit. er' an pWems "" S0Cial and t'fonomic
Rabbi Allied Waxman has begun
a regular monthly luncheon and
discussion group for students of
the University ol Miami and Dadi
County Junior Collej e
The meetings, to take, place al
Temple Zion, are designed i over
Kiine whal i~ frequentl> the nor-
mal congregational program, which
includes a variety of activity
ranging from kindergarten to sen
lor citizens' groups.
According to Rabbi Waxman,
"teen-age programs n.-tu'allv re-
ceive a great deal of attention,
and it is considered that much of
our so-called juvenile delinqucp-
sociological and religious ideas.
cy may be avoided by the en-
religious, cultural and athletic
teen-age program.
"But we often lose sight of the
fact that late teen-age and post-
teen-age is a must sensitive and
critical period in the life of the
> iting adult," Rabbi Waxman de-
clared, and religious guidance at
'.his time is so often needed and
lound wanting.
"Religious programs in the vari-
is colleges are provided on a
or or ss intensive scale, but
a dose identification with a tern-
p!i is missing among college stu-
dents. Ttietr attendance or par-
lion is limited to one or two
Homecoming Services during the
year,
"Since the college student comes
contact with new philosophical,
socialogical and religious ideas
-erne of which are in direct con-
Hiei with Ins previous religious
training, he becomes confused and
now. more t h a n ever, requires
authoritative reassurance and the
opportunity to air his doubts and
discuss his misapprehensions and
the many new questions thai oc-
cupy his mind
Taking these problems into ac-
count, Rabbi Waxman has Insti-
tuted the new college discussion
group at Temple Zion.
The next luncheon meeting will
take place on Sunday, 14th at 1
p.m. in the Temple's Youth Hall,
and the topic of discussion will be
"Morals 1965."
|
Leaders of the discussion will he
'Howard Rosenberg, Bennett Stern,
Michael Stcphans. Sheila Levine
and Faith Waxman, all pasl mem
bers "i i h e Temple's Religious
Schools,
AJCong. Head
Speaks To Council
Joseph I. Yanlch, regional
-ector of American Jewish C(
gress, addressed the Bay Divisii
National Council <>l Jewish w
men. discussing the problei
faced by .lews <.i the Soviet Unio
The film, "The Price ol Silenci
which documents the deterioi
tion ol the Jewish communitj
: he iviet Union, was show n
statements by Sen Jacob In'.*'

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Ly. March 12. 1965
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Paqe 7-A
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Sam Luby Sr. Nominated to Succeed
Thurman as President of Temple Israel
scph Rul'fner, Jack Schillinger and
Judge Harold Spaet.

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laden of ihe Food, Restaurant and Allied Trades Division
ined Jewish Appeal are shown at their annual lunch-
,.. jt Gallcqher's Restaurant as guests of Joseph Lipsky. Left
:re Lipsky. Vice Chairman Joseph Cohen, and Food
fcJp CoChairmen Jack Stein and Herman Stein.
lassador Avner to Appear for CJA
Three Important Functions on Sunday
Will VISIT NCW YMHA
\r non Avner, Israel's Ambassa-
\i Canada, "ill make three im-
a:ii appearances on behalf <>i
ed Jewish Appeal
( twas announced by
1 Lehrman, campaign
an
are proud that Ambassador
has generouslj offered his
lies l r i mmunity and lo
Combined Jewish Appeal for
rbei ranees in behall
I e cai n." Dr Lehrman
bi ing to us the
ssible of the
' place on the

'Oassador Avner will make
'St appearance at a break-
at Beth Moshe Congregation
'30 a.m., in the Social Hall,
West Dixie Hwy., Chairman
d Dogoloff annourced. This
launch Beth Moshe'* par-
potion in the North Dade
fined Jewish Appeal cam-
I which has been undertaken
rear.
1 : vner will then go
'e Wetview Country Club.
' he will speak before the an-
brunch ol the Liquor. Wine
Group.
:hairmen ol the group, Leo
Jikm and Jerome W. Halpern,
aal We are honored to have
ssador Avner as Uie j>"est
annual CJA industry event"
on, Ambassador Av-
"*o before bis appointment
e Canadian Ambassadorship in
*as Minister to Sweden, will
|W report on Israel to lead-
"munitj organizations
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Sam Liil>\ Sr. has been nomin-
ated to succeed Harold Thurman
as president Ol Temple Israel of
ireater Miami.
The Slate was reported here by
l> Singer, chairman of
he Nomim th Committee.
El i tion ill officers and mem-
bers ol the Board of Trustee, will
the 13rd annual meet
ng ol Temple Israel on Apr. 7.
Installation >>f congregational
and auxiliarj officers and board
members will take place at a din-
ner dame also scheduled to cele-
brate the 25th anniversary of Dr.
Joseph I! Narot, spiritual leader
of Temple Israel, in the rabbinate.
In addition to Luby, other of-
ficers are Myron M. Behrman,
Elliott D Blumenth.il, Nathan
S. Gumenick ard David R. Hoch-
berg, vice presidents; Lawrence
E. Singer, secretary; Joseph A.
Garfield, treasurer; Arnold P.
Rosen, financial secretary.
Board of Trustees for one year.
Morris E. Greene.
Board <>f Trustees for two years
Abe C. Fine. Richard (lerstein. B.
B. Goldstein, Herbert (;. Paige,
David Rifas, Robert L. Turchin.
Henrj E. Wolff, Louis Wolfson II.
SAM lUBr
Myron Zeientz. Jesse Casselholf.
Maurice Cromer. Dr. Paul J. Fur-
long, Lewis W. Gorfine, Mrs.
George Graham. Melvln Green. A
.1. Harris and Robert B. Roesing.
In addition to Singer, member.,
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Erhard Offers Diplomatic Recognition
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Continued from Pag* 1-A
1- ji-j-Ciorman pact and will re-
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which I-
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v<>!.-. the Middle Ea.-t >tua
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fail r. and France
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biund to disturb or even to de-
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friendly policy existing be
tweea Germany ar.d the Arab world
as i whole The Federal Govern-
ment deplored this development
Nasser, which
opens an il "ee path to
Caaununisi Arab
tone
"The Gorman pceple on both
side* of the demarcation lir ex-
pect* mot it* vital interests
should be safeguarded, and Ul-
brieht is the representative of a
Communist minority which is
able to keep millions of Ger-
mans behind walls and barbed
wire, only dve to the ir*ervention
of a foreign power. This fact is
not unknown to Egypt, yet she
has accepted this injustice in the
face of all peoples who have ar-
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pecple living in the Soviet Zone
has been deprived of the **tf-evi-
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Federal Government of Germany
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peace and quiet in the Middle
East, the Federal Republic will
endeavor through its presence to
dimir:sh tension*."
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Egyptians Charge Germans as Spies
LOXI >X (JTA) Egyptian activities of the nationals were di- Embassy in Cairo said j
::; ilStnSZ *"!* aHainsl w" G"" -~ We., German. h;,
lull
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ged with being enttal* u"rkma on & Pl* and arn.sil.(L
at least, for Israel." Al Ah ram said that
id been i Lotz confessed he was the person
responsible for mailing a parcel
lationi :.ii-'' "- -....... icapunsioie ior mailing a parcel
'' '"rt r!LrePOr,ed gZSLST^ m KSVP"an Al Ahram ,haI Wolf- to Wolfgang Pilz. one of .he West
,,,. ,|r- eek irom Cairo fMg U(f/ onp (|f y^ arrerted I Cerman scientists, which cxptod.
, ; k. the seml-ofiicial The officials confirmed only had "confessed" that he and oth- ed and blinded one of Dr. Pilz's
..r.., ... per. Al Ahram. the rur arrests, but the West German <-r- won- "spying against Egypl secretaries.
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chairman.
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Friday, March 12, 1965
Orthodox Region Slates Confab
The 20tQ anniversary Southeast
ention of the Union
... orthodox Jewish l ngri gationa
. x ill take place this
week : Savannal
The ,|'-n"
B rith Ja<
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guest speaki
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Florid the Soul
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the Torah Waj
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rael will be Dr. and Mrs Matthea
M Zuckerman. Mr \|r,
Barry Eisenberg
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Sur.o.-.y .-.-, :h? DiLido Hotel ::i behcii of
me '. re r Combined lewish Appeal. Lett to
core Zev Baumgold, national United Jew-
Appeal Laboi Zionist :ej::ese::tative' Hay-
Scmdnrnon q direc'sr ol El A". Is-
.~.e'. Airlines who were guesl apeakni al the
luncheon session; Joseph P. Zuckerman
conference chaunjan; Rabbi Leon Kronish
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. who
caiied for pledges in a record number- Arthur
S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater
ai lewish Federation; and Judge Irvina Cv-
per. pre- :der.t Jewish Home for the Aaed. At
a morning session Leo Mindlin executive ed:-
" .-: rhe lev m was main speaker.
Harriman Talks Resume in Capitol
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Secretary of State Dear Rusk
as the prevailing American poli-
cy on Israel's arms supply sit-
uation. Mr. Rusk then said the
United States favored a regional
balance ol power but feJt the
United States should avoid di-
rect involvement and that Is-
toei s arms should come from
its past sources in Western Eu-
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general terms, it is understood
tbat the major matters covered in
the arnglBJ conversations here
included the balance of arms in
the region and the Arab plans for
diversion of the Jordan R;\er
- well as I-r.:-;
curi"
The possibility was seen in
Jerusalem that Mrs- Meir would
go to Washmgtor soon Her trip
it is believed will include also a
visit to Paris to see France's
Foreign Minister Maurice Couve
de Murville and also, possibly,
President Charles de Gaulle.
Mr. Hi s visit 1
tr.e ael
the West German Government.
- ago. of announcing it
arms deliveries to
:er the pressure of
- k nt Gamal Abdel
A Foreign Ministrj
>alem that
Israel has taken no initiative in
sins the Bonn-Je-
" West Ger-
man menl beyond the
statement right
Bonn offer to compensate
none} to mal
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EXECUTIVE EDITOR OF THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
MR. LEO MINDLIN
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+Jeni$ti n-orudiain
Paqe 11-A
Catholic Looks at Anti Semitism

jmi Beach Mayor Melvin Richard (riqht) proclaims the
|week of Mai. 15 as American Legion Birthday Week and is
shown presenting the proclamation to Past Commander of
Post 85 Maurice "Doc" Klein, iormer Beach vice mayor. The
post will observe a triple celebration Tuesday evening: the
l anniversary of the founding of the American Legion in
'cris on Mar. 15, 1919, the 37th birthday ot Post 85, which
Received its charter in 1928, and past communders. Guest
speakers will include Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, a member
bf Post 85.
Continued from Page 1 A
the Vatican Council declaration
was a purely religious statement
The burden ol lu> message was
thai World Zionism and the State
>i Israel would not really benefit
bj (tome's gesture,
The prelate reminded the faith-
ful that the Arab countries, "since
Zionism became a state in Pales
tine, knew how to differentiate in
their ju-t struggle between Ju-
daism as ;i religion and Zionist
Judaism as a political movement."
Arabs, be pointed out, "have a
feeling of deep repulsion, not
against the Jewish rebgion, but
against Zionism with its unlimit-
ed colonialist purposes it is ene
my No. l "i Aral) nationalism."
Arsenal of Bigotry
having thus disposed of the
monster, Zionism, he fired his un-
fortunate salvos against Jews In
general. Here are a rew choice
samples from his arsenal ol big
otry.
"There certliinly remains on
the forehead of the Jewish people
as long .i- it i- far from Christ
the Redeemer what the prophets
oi the old Testament prophesized
a slain of shame."
Maximos IV indicates he is deep
iev I by what he calls the
biggest massacre hisl o r j ever
knew the Nazi extermination ot
,i people in Germany and much
I irope, l! u i those Zionists!
tad all those J'ews behind Ihe Z:
onists These try always and by
all devices," he says, "not to dif-
ferentiate between the heaven I j
Jewish religion which gave th
prophets, and criminal Zionism in
order to a tt r acl the worlds
-v mpathj."
And how do they do this? The
ch ire iman, unconscious!) bor
rowing a recipe from the Nazis
he has earlier excoriated, ex-
plains it this way: '.,,e:iuse ol
their propaganda skill, the media
:l which is in their hands and
under their influence, the Jews
can clothe reality ;is they wish
I hey exploit the least word I ha'
is >aid to serve their political in-
ti rests."
He's not quite finished He wants
to explain the heavy vote in the
Vatican Council favoring Ihe dee
1 laration ol Jev ish innocence in
the crucifixion drama. Here's hov
he handles that too.hie: If the
great majority of the (Vatican)
Council, and namely the American
prelates voted for the declaration
it is for personal reasons and in-
'i rests The personal reasons are
dictated bj a sentiment of pity
due to the massai re i I millions ol
jew s bj Nazism, and the intei -*
is due to the tacl that a gn
.umber oi Amerii .ins have i
mercial interests win, Jews."
Self Restrained
when Msgr Higgins res
i, was understandably, up-
set. With a bow in the direel
ol Maximo.- effort to ivhip i
1 on the Vatican Co
oil :oi- Arab consumption. Chut
man Higgins took sue ith M
- for scolding Jew and plai
on the record his belief that Je -
all over the world will legitim
Ij resent accusations about con-
trolling the mass media, lb goes
further, As to using the Vati<
Council declaration for political
purposes, Msgr Higgins point- out
that it there are any Jews in the
.Middle K.i.st doing so, their pi -
tion is absolutely indefensible, but
"the record will ,-hou that C(
pared t" the Arabs, the Jews in
the Middle East have been
markably self-restrained in their
comments on the declaration
When warnings were sounded
in 1963 about Arab opposition
the commendable proposal in I
Vatican Council, some Jew ish p
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Friday. March 12, \%t\
Jets Battle Egyptian Planes;
Parade Scheduled for Tel Aviv
Newly-organixed Men's Club cf Forte Towers
Apartments HOC West Ave.. elected officers
meeting last week. Standing lef1 to riqht
ere Arthur OmMeii tl secretary Mur-
ray Freeman vie* president; Joe Moore ser-
arms Sam Rcsenbcum, vice presi-
5 j eft to : jhl ^:e .'rsepr. G
sech Modres ---resident: and
>nd secretary. Firs* inauc
cccktail oartv of the 171-member organization
be Sunday. Mar. 21. with Miami Beach
Mayor Melvin Richard as installing officer.
Judae Mii-rr. Friedman will be master of cere-
monies. Shew will feature Viv:an Llovd and
Guv Renee, among other acts, with Bob Novak
and his orchestra providing dance music.
Che. the affair are Irving Merkur and
Joseph L. Goodman.
Continued from Page 1-A
ous day in which the Syrian po-
sit,, ;- c ntinued firing at an u*
,ractor in the same area
until .. cease fire was arrai
The Israelis returned the fire
Syrian posit inten-
- attack jd two S
used ncTr?ne gun*
. ere no casualti' m "'< Israeli
side. __ .._,
annual irn^rwrwcrtn'
lilitan parade will el
Vvh this
.....is reek. lnd
D
:',! be
through
- ce this year will ma k
th anniversary ol World War
11. the parade will recall the
rewar and
ttlei nts in
Palestine I I allied victory in
the war against the N'azis
Fascists Special emphasis will
d on the aid to vie!
by the Jewish units in the Allied
- including the Jewish Bri-
A motiop. for a cers-e in Ik]
Kneset of the Goverr -- s UA
celation of plans : -o a >[
parade in Jerusa e-v )Sr
filed by the opp;s ;-i Herutl
Party At the same --.. a c0,J
eign Ministry spokc-'.-^n ItrnwB
"completely groove : a rt.1
port that there has :?t A-ierjJ
can pressure on lsra thiil
matter.
i Nations S
in Israeli milit.
I alem would b<
lici
srael
An i lit
e veni ng n ws| .
against the Govei nte
lo shift the parai e i .voj
The new spapei -
-i ns given for t lit -_ n
: ing The-
j to Maarr
Jerusa i
strict the army's
certain heav>
L'.S-ma
Hawk missiles
Temple Menorah Ccuc.es Cub makes cr- Schuman -!::. Norman Shapiro, Mrs. Mc
3 Purim dance on Saturday Behmoiras. Mrs. Ed Schuman. Spiritual
e-.e pk Social Hell. Shewn leader oi Temple Menorah is Rabbi Mayer
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1965
-Jenlst Fkridinn
Paqe 13-A
Si Mm ** *_ Ml'* \-^ Vv^

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Purim Carnival At Beth David
Beth David Religious School an-
nual Purim Carnival on Sundaj
noon will Ik- preceded by a 10:30
a.m. special School Assembly in
Spector Hall, featuring "Ahamad
the Magician" and two Purim plays
Proceeds will be used to help de-
fray the cost of school activities.
A Purim musical comedy will be
directed bj Mrs. Alex Stiebel, re-
Ugious school teacher, assisted by
Mrs Lilyan Brotman and Mrs. Mey-
er Foier. synagogue members.
Cast members are Leah Berman.
Ross Cohl. Howard Feinbcrg. Alan
(iiilbut. Barry Kulscher. Roni Las-
kin. Cynthia Lubel, Steven Lundy,
Daniel Najjar. Gail Rosenthal
Mikki Shilf, Julie Taffin, Leslie
Tallin. Robert Tanenhaum. Wendy
Traurig, Martin Waas and Susan
Waas.
Sharing the program will be a
Purim play in Hebrew enacted by
students ol Class Aleph 2 and direct-
ed by Hebrew
Gerchakov.
The
teacher. Mrs. Sol
The carnival, held on Beth Davirit
grounds, will feature fun booths,!
rides, games, prizes, and a Coun-j
1 try Store.
Chairman of the carnival is Mrs.
Seymour Friend. Co chairmen are
Mrs. Leonard Wolf and Mrs Mur-
ray Marcus. William Lish i> CO-
iiuinator and advisor.
Robert Levin To be Honored
Robert Levin, president of Tri Children's Hospital.
pure Water Company, will be hon Recently nnmed a trustee to the
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vjeH'ist' noridHnr
Friday. March 12,
1965
Beftveen You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
How American Jews Perceive Themselves as Jews
HOW di
.1 e i
t h i countrv]
P c r c e
the:,
.1 i' V ? II"
ce r 1
pects
ish 11 i i ir.j
America todaj iu ..... it. n
ei questions, an Im-
portant American Jewish or-
:ation conducted a study in
a city with a Jewish population
bout 100,000 Questioned were
.1 u- iii (ween 20 and 70 yi ars
of age with the me lian aj
18 1 hej includi d professu
i is en workei -. e>
- and sale pei sonnel.
A b ? 111 76 perci nl ol thoni
were American horn, and .">"
percent of the persons inter-
viewed lived in the city all
their lives, Thej were ;i -kcd:
What must a Jew do to be con
red a "good Jew?" Till-
answers given to this question
throw perhaps mure light on
the relation of the average
American Jew to his Jewishne s
than .my of previous studies
ever conducted. A lot ol things
are essential to being .1
tlio
answ ers iven is that,
to be .1 ew. one n
'load an ethic al a n d n
life." This repl> cami
percent ol those interviewed.
N'ext answer was that .> 40.11
.! e u must "belies e in God.
This reply v as given bj B8
percent ol those questions, but
60 percent stipul
a good Jew must belong to a
sj nagogue or a temple, a n d
only 58 percent required his I
tendance al service on Huh
Holidays, while no more lhan
16 percent thought that, in or-
cons lered a
one musl tend weekly
. < [our percent
oi those pressed the
1 pinion that a Jew must
accept his Jew and not
try to hide it.
only in percent thought that,
in order to be a good Jew, .t
1- essential to know the funda-
mentals of Judaism, while an
equal percentage oi answers
indicated that a "good Jew" is
one who gains the respect ol
' !n is tian neighl 01 As to in-
termarriage, only 55 percent ol
those polled said thai 1
Jew must marry v
Ji ish faith. Forty foi
said that a Rood Jew must
tribute to Jewish phi
ies; 58 percent declan
Jew im.st support all hu-
manitarian causes 1 (nl;
cent regarded suppoi
as an essential oblig :': >n
American Jew the
Of them were Ion,
children whose both parents
were foreign-born. And only is
percent considered tl
ance of dietary laws
tial to being .1 li
Capitol Spotlight: By Mil TON FRIEDMAN
LBJDollar-Curtailment Program Ignored
\\ ashin
ctate department officials were so eager to
** shield West G from coi :< s ol
German policies which angered many A
that they ignored the Johnson Admini
p 0 r. tn 1 ur il the flow ol dollars to Europ
The Bonn I enfs appei f Egypt
l\v the abrupt cancelation ol arms sales to I
public op nion So did Bonn's attitude on
ending trials ol \'azi var criminal-. Consequently*.
: few Americai ssmen considered redu
ol the huge sum- spent in West Germany for g 0 Is
.i:l machinery. In some cities, orders for Volks
en and Mercedes-Benz automobiles were can
hi American cars instea I
Stat< Dei t was fully aw are that Pres
Johnson has been urging Americans to reduce
I 1: foi 1 .'ii product- because of the pay
nts deficit and gold dram Yet the Department
..'- infuriated when American- responded to Bonn's
cious behavior by doing exactly what the Pres
ident wanted
Diplomats '.'.ere hypersensitive because they
knew America's moral responsibility to pr
/ Write as I Please
Bv CARL ALPERT
B G Minority Scores Big Victory
Tel Aviv
THE MOST DRAMATIC show in
the country 10 r sonic time
v as the tenth conventii n ol Ma-
pai, the Israel Labor Party. This
party, which polled 34.7 per cent
ol the vote in the last national
elections in 1961, is the largest
single political party in the coun-
try, and -nice 'he creation ol the
state it has been the dominant
group in every coalition government
The issues and the conflicts took main forms,
but He 1 e .. no question as to the line
ups. On Gurion, with the support oi Dayan, Peres, Almogi
Abba Khoushi, and m general the younger ele-
ments of the party. On the other side, was the
group beaded by Eshkol, with the support of 9har
ett, Golda Meir, Sapir and the veteran party lead-
er-, joined by Abba Eban.
There were two major issues on which tin-
convention delegates were asked to vote, one was
"The Affair." the security mishap of ten years ago
Ben-Gurion has been campaigning tor a full-scale
investigation to determine who was responsible,
and perhaps for arranging that the blame should
fall on the shoulders of others lie appealed for
justice, morality, ethics in high places. Eshkol op
posed such an investigation on the grounds that
previous probes though not judicial in nature, had
settled the problem. Furthermore, the only results
ol such a raking over ol old coal- would be to ex
acerbate divisions within the already badly-split
party.
The second issue was the proposed alignment
with the Achduth Ha-Avoda, a party to the left of
Mapal Ben-Gurion, while favoring labor unity 111
principle. Objected to the price demanded by Ach-
duth Ha-Avoda: dropping of the Mapai plank call
in-, for an electoral reform which would discourage
the proliferation ol small parties Eshkol was pre-
pared to sacrifice the electoral reform on the
grounds that it wouldn't work anyhow and it was
far better tor the two parties to get together, even
at tin- price.
In the weeks preceeding the convention, the
nation witnessed an unbridled campaign ol personal
attack on Ben-Gurion. The denigration reached
a certain peak oi intensity and then a public
reaction set in. It was as ii the man in the street
began to ask himself: what are we doing? The
greatest political achievements ol the "state were
attained by lit,. He dared to persist in unpopular
programs, and in the end usually proved to be
right. I- tin- the man we are now seeking to de-
stroy Friends and well-wisher- began to speak
up in his defense, but Ben-Gurion and his little
group of personal followers went into the party
convention a small minority, pitted against the
whole apparatus ol the party machine
The speakers lore into each other without
mercy. The party line spokesmen each pr<
his assault on Ben-Gurion with lavish tribute to
the man who had created the Stale of Israel, but
v. ho had now gone astray. The lion gave back as
good as he got. No one man created the Slate Of
Israel, he roared back, it was the achievement of
an entire people. Don't credit any one man and
don't besmirch him. either1
Foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Nothing is Ever Learned from History
Jerusalem
IT HAS BEEN said that, what experi-
ence and history teach, is thai people
and governments never have learned
anything from history or acted on prin-
ciples deduced from it. Yet, true and
proven as this statement is, one still
cannot help feeling baffled at thi-
strange phenomenon: For it would
seem that the generation that went
through the experience of the Chamber-
lain-Hitler period, culminating in Munich, would at least
have learned something of the elementary truth about
the nature of blackmail.
Yet, again and again, in our days, appeasement and
submission to blackmail are being proclaimed as acts
of statesmanship and. as so often in the tortured past,
those who dare call a spade a spade are denounced as
being short-sighted and lacking in "balanced moderation."
Britain's former Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
In his memoirs, discussing the Nasserist threat in con-
nection with the suez Canal crisis, points to the differ-
ence between appeasement and peace The democracies
he writes should consider in any step they take in world
affairs whether what they do will serve only to re|-v
Sng *. Wh'U'' WhtthW ta > "'" of
The difference between appeasement and peace now
stands out as sharply as ever before, and Eden s
warning that "the insidious appeal of appeasemeni"leads
wasasodundded.,'eek0n,n8' h ** ^a, as *%
measure how meaningful the term "new Germ^'Aa.l.v
to Israel had been evaded and p.
This was done because the State 1
wished to avoid offending Egyptian Pre*
-< '.
Soviet arms of ultra-modern design
ing into Egypt, New orders have been placi
Yel the United state.- has evaded any syste-
matic committment to sell balancing arm
on a continuing basis. Since the United St ites put
this burden on Bonn, American diplomats
have to defend the Germans ami extricati
from difficulties with "emotional element- 111 th-
United States.
This explained the unprecedented Stale Depart
meiit pro-German announcement that this Goven
meiil deplores "private boycotts" because thej an
"a form of retaliation." The Department had nc\et
so dramatically denounced Arab boycotts affectlSJ
Americans.
The Department was infuriated by full-page
advertisements inserted in leading newspapers by
the Jewish War Veterans. The ads raised an l-sue
about American support for German renunciation
at a time when Germany was shirking moral re-
sponsibUitiea and betraying its pledges. Ann-man
diplomats were vexed with Jewish criticism because
Bonn has been sponsored as the leading European
power of NATO They desire to equip German
forces with nuclear weapons.
Instead oi commending citizens for then
otism in reducing foreign spending, the State Di
partment has taken .lews to ta-k for daring to buj
American products instead ol German goods
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Statue of Libert
v
I'moitl
IT IS HARD lo believe what you see in
the papers sometimes \vb> should
anyone wish to destroy the statue ol
Liberty? How proud Pulitzer was that
the poor, ordinary, plain people had
made it possible.
Everybody knows about the Pulitzer
prizes in journalism, the Pulitzer prize
lor the best American novel, the best
American history, the best newspapei
reporting. Pulitzer, publisher of the \~
Bl 10 make the press a power tor good.
He had come from Hungary enlisted in tli
army during the Civil War and went Into m
wort in- lather was a Jew, In- mother a Cath
he himself never identified himself as Jew but hisea
mies never let him forget it. Charles A. Dana, ol theNe
York Sun, never called him Joe Pulitzer, bill "Jew P*
Inzer or "Judas Pulitzer" or "the renegade Jew."
The French had given the Statue of Liberty to In"1*
ca, bul {300,000 was needed to build a pedestal on which
to place it. After raising Sloo.ooo. collections lagged, -'r:
the project was almost forgotten. Then Pulil
busy. ii,,. New York World called on the poor people -
Pulitzer liked to identify himself with them to come
forward and raise the money.
I think it was the Jew in him speaking. The Jew knot!
that a poor man likes to give. It makes him feel that
Is rich.
Be this as it may, Pulitzer's plea was effective. The
S300.000 was raised. The statue was put on a boat. and
in 1886. brought from France to the United Slates ant
placed on its pedestal in the New York harbor to greet
the millions of immigrants coming into the country.
Today, we have advanced. We have a Jewish State
and even the Vice President of the United Stales W*
down to Miami to speak at the opening of the nation*1
Israel Bond campaign for 1965. They hope to sell l< J*
ion dollars worth of Israel Bonds for the Jewish pew
tal to liberty.
So we have advanced, but I wonder if we have a*
vanced as much as we think. In Argentina, the NaJ
nave become lively again, m Russia, being a Jew is
most illegal.


Friday, March 12, 1965
Jenlstt noridfiar
Page 15-A
George Jessel Will Dedicate Mental
Health Clinic at Convalescent Home
JACK STEIN -MAN Of YEAR1 PAGE 73-C
Ceremonies were held at the Jewish Home for
the Aqed recently tn jiutall 20 elec'sd Resi-
dent Council members and their officers
e ages averaqe 84. Standinq are Judqe
a Cypen, president of the Home and in-
stalling oiiicer. and Mrs. Sarah Cossik, pres-
ident of the Residents' Council. Seated front
row (left to right) are Norman Lifshi'i, treas-
urer: Max Mendelson, vice president; Mrs.
Henrietta Grossman, secretary. Second row



"'"V, i
ore Mrt. Pauline MordeJl. Eugene Stone, Mrs.
Gussie Tonioold, Mrs. Mary Rifkin. Third row
c: Preuss, Mrs. Harriet Palen, Mrs. Sarah Banks.
Fourth row are Mrs. Nadja Perchikoff, Mrs.
Rose Krisburq, Mrs. Lena Ratiner, Mrs. Esther
Maisel. Miss Jeanne Adaire. Not shown are
Mrs. Matilda Johnson and Mrs. Minnie Ber-
liner.
'Rumpelstilskin' Sunday
m.
tttfj

Rumpelstilskin will be presented
on Sunday, 2:30 p.m., ;ii the now
YMIIA. 8500 s\v 8 St., as the closing
performance of this season's Sun
day Celebrity Series for children
over six and their parents. The per-
formance will be by the Merry-Go
Round Playhouse Children's The-
ater under the direction of Ivan
Kivitt.
George Jessel will fly to Miami
Beach from Israel to dedicate the
Ida ami Eddie Cantor
Menial Health Clinic at the Jew
ish Convalescent Home's "New
Horizons' Dinner on Mai 20,
Jessel. who's legendary friend-
ship with Cantor began in 1910
when they both appeared at the
Sew Brighton Theatre in Long Is-
land, will make the dedication
with the support o| the banjo eyed
Or Otom USY
Plans Car Wash
This Sunday
USY Groups of Temple Or Oloni
are planning the third car wash "1
the year on Sunday from 9 to 12:15
p.m.
Lorraine Luftig and Leon Pollack
are presidents of the Junior and
Senior Groups. Jack Rabin is ad-
visor.
Groups which meet every other
Siinda> at the synagogue plan to
Send six delegates and alternates
to the upcoming USY convention
on Miami Beach set lor Mar. 19 to
21 at the DiLido Hotel
.tamer's daughter, Mali
now living in California.
Groundbreaking ceremi ni< a
the Jewish Com Ho
new 100-bed modern facility v h
will house the Cantor Clinic,
be held on the site this we >k. 1
irizons tinner in the
poleon Room ol the D< au\ illi .
tel ,11 honoi the groundbreal
for the non-pro) it, communit) -
ported kosher convalescent .
nursing borne
Announcemi nl ol the < i
Clinic will mark the first tune I
any such memorial has been d<
cated to the famous couple since
their death. A special cocktail
party, honoring Jessel himself, will
be held prior to the dinner at the
home of Miami Beach busine--
man, .lack Stein. Stein is sched-
uled to receive the Home's "M
of the Year'' Award at the dinner.
'Exodus' to be Discussed
Temple Sinai adult education
program on "Bi ok- ol the Bible."
conducted by Rabin Daniel Lous.
is being extended, Next session
will be held on Monday cvenu
i 30 p.m. at the Temple Auditori-
um. "Book oi Exodus" will be
cussed.
Leadership of the Miami Physicians Division is accepted by
three prominent physicians who have given active and dedi-
cated leadership to Combined Jewish Appeal in the past.
Dr. Maurice Rich, chairman, announced that Dr. Sol Center
and Dr. Arthur Gilbert will serve as co-chairmen of the Miami
Physicians program. Shown (left to right) are Drs. Center,
Gilbert and Rich planning their 1965 campaign.
Sokol Agency Garners Honors
The Sokol Agency of Protective
Lite Insurance Company was third
pn the I nited States in life volume
pr the month of January, the com-
announced this week.
irles s kol, general agent.
I d in life sales for the
I l*riod according to the an
I d served as pres-
I in. Protective club, the
n '.,. the month
of January.
Meanwhile, the local agency an-
nounced that Nathan Shusterman
and Alan Chassner have joined the
Sokol lirm as full-time represen-
tatives.
Also announced was that Ronald
II. Stuff was fourth in life sales for
January throughout the nation,
and Leonard .1 Yesner i- the 18th
leader in sales for the same period.
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* leniftfkriUftr
Friday. M
PA3BI SO'. LANDAU
Germans Note
Drop in Reports
Of Prejudice
Continued from Page 1-A
were sen! into Wesl German] He
emphasized that none Oi the right-
king groups had a daily news-
pa p-
At ihe em of 19C3. there were in
West Germany 123 rightwing ra-
cial oraiinizatinn.s. youth groups
and politieal parties, with a total
membership oi 24.600. the report
of the ministry stated. At the end
of 1964. there v. ere 119 such groups
vMih a membership 01 22.500 In
1950, membership in such groups
totaled 78.000. In recent years, the
report said. 16 new groups were
formed .md 20 dissolved them-
selves.
It added that currently there
were eight such groups with more
than 500 members each and n
small groups with an average
membership oi 42 each.
Rabbi Sol Landau Elected New Spiritual
Leader of Beth David Congregation
Rabbi Sol I an lau was 1
spiritual leader oi Bct'i David C< n
tresatinn at a meet in a Monday,
.t was announced b) Max R S'lver.
president
Rabbi Landau i- co-t Park
Synagogue. Cleveland <>. the- larg-
est Conservative congregation in
the United States He formerly led
pulpits in Wilmette. PI and t
Am \ v Mr is Me auHIW of
"Christian-Jewish Relations
"Juda'sm and th< Personal I
H ai d book reviev p
-. in man"
icals Fnr s < :ri I years, hi
1 lectun r on tl vative
Judaism Cavaka le
His education combines th
formol early rraeeVekQ of sehoo's
in Berlin and London, with grad-
uate an'1 post oraduat* Tod's
in American universities. He
ws ordained by the Jewish
Theo'ogieal Seminary in 1951,
and won the homiletics oriz of
his class. He holds a BA from
Brcok'yn Co'leoe. an MA froti
New York University, and MHL
degree from the Seminary. He
served in the United States
Army for four years.
Rabbi Landau has special train-
ing in pastoral counseling. Other
areas ol special concern include
adult education, where he initiated
pilot projects in parent child rela

lie is a member m the Board t
Governors National Academy for
Adult Jewish Studies; member
Committee ol JfcwIM Affairs <>
the American Jewish. Conares*
and has been nominated to serve
three-year term on the BXec
mi cil ol the Rabbinical As
\ res formerly, he
ilt-man ol the Com-
mittee m R
Chicago Board
a ni''.liber ol thi
JOgue "i Ameru .1
Rab'ii Landau .-
of a famous rabbi
an unbroken 20(1 j.,
rabbis. He is mai
two children.


Lebediker Branch!
Ptrim Festival
Lebediker Bram ; p,^
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hold a sala Puritn 1
DiLido Hotel on Sat
lar 27. at ti p m
p b am 'vli
SIMIY MEYIR
ADL to Honor
Sidney Meyer
A dinner in honor of Sid n e j
Meyer will be held at Weatview
Country Club on Wednesdaj 1
Ding, Mar. 31
black-tie affair is being ten-
dered by the Klo: "a Reg I a I
Board of the Anl. Defamation
League.
Meyer is being honored lor his
Outstanding contribution toward
the aims and ideals if the Anti-
Defamation League in it> fight
against bigotry, prejudice and to-
ward the realization <>i equal op-
portunity lor all."
Father and Son Banquet
Touchdown Club and the Villas'
Carriage Club will be eo-bosts Sun-
day lor .. lather and -on banquet
rings Villa- m n y
sport! celebrities in the area
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olden Scroll Signing
ill Highlight Torah
und Luncheon Here
fh,
(/l/oma/i s LXJorlci
'eJewish Floridiaxi
Scroll will | ish Theological Seminary of Ameri.
. o[ a Golden
, Ihe Torah Fund Lunch-1 ca in New York City. The Fund also Miami. Florida, Friaay. March 12. 1965
.ug Mollic Kahaner Sister- helps to maintain nationwide in ------
oethTorah Congregation atIterfaiih programs with its Weil
a| Hall on Thursday, Mar. I Coast branch, the University of
Judaism.
( hair.ii:: the fund-raiaing lunch-
eon for the local Sisterhood will
.e Mrs, Kwald Ziffer. Committee
members are Mrs. Stanley Stein,
Sisterhood president. Mrs. Max A.
Lipschitz. Mrs. Ben /.ion Kirachen-
HilM), Mrs. Abraham Gittleson.
Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Mrs. .lames
daruch, Mrs. Joseph W. Solomon.
Mrs Sidney Deutsch. Mrs. Mitchell
dVeisser, Mrs. Robert Avins, Mrs.
kjorton Reiss, Mrs. Stanley Fried
nan. Mrs .1 iseph Golden and Mrs
David Schwartz.
Section B
;.areiK-.-Wulkan. vice pres
, ihe Florida Branch of the
... women's League, will be
.peakei v musical program
Gr.....rg, accompanied
, s -ill also be pre
porah I is sponsored by
uonal H unen's League ol
.til S; I aso.ues ol America.
-.,h Ma i Kahaner Sister
affiliate
irainir.i;
;,n Funds are used
: rabbis, cantors.
leaders at the Jew
iuburban League Dance
b be Held Sunday Eve
ii
h Gordon and
will l-i' the theme ol the
i ei dance spon
ban i i ague a:
iet\ Children's
:. I.
at tin Diplomat
j Mrs Jaj Mil
XI Uberl
[eature Gor
Ion and Sheila Macliac. lamed bus
land and wile team.
The Suburban League, which
raises funds for the care ol two
cancer patients at Variety Ch'l-
ren- Hospital, raised over $7,000
last year. President is Mrs Ar
iliur Pepper
Reservations may ae made with
Mrs Alan llert/ and Mrs Henry
Weiss Mrs Barry liaison is pub-
licity chairman
Preparina to sign the Golden Scroll are (left
to right) Mrs. Lewis Lane, Mrs. Max A. Lip-
schitz, Mrs. Ben Zion Kirschenbaum, Mrs.
Rhoda Stein, president of Mollie Kahanor Sis-
terhood, Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Mrs. Ewald Zif-
fer, chairman of Torah Fund Luncheon, Mrs.
James Baruch. Richard Snider, president of
Beth Torah Congregation, Mrs. Abraham Git-
tleson, and Mrs. Joseph W. Solomon.
|ne '.: the major events of the Westview Countrv Club social
fason was the President's Ball honoring Ferd S. Meyer, serv-
1/= sixlh term as Westview president. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Pc soard Chairman of Westview Sidney Meyer and Mrs.
iyer are shown at the dinner dance which took place re-
**'; a' ihe club.
If #'.'
. u
n
j
sun-fun collection from Italy!
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late
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1 County's nationally-known
VHorne> Richard Gerateln
1 Jle Levinson, daughter of
''' Mrs David Levinson ol
Hotel, plan ti> be mar
1 M ir. 27
' "" business and pleas
Harry Augusts
n who Hew to
Saturday
' I .h..'.sh" In
seme Broadw v
'i with the Miller
a Winmi
a 'nio at NYU
|
"''' Pallet, a leader ,
" nth for
' quarter ol .
IJ t;tia,ll,a n-.l
planning their
ISABEL GRCVE
trip to Israel where Al will be In-
stalled as first vice president ol
the international service Organ!
zation Accompanying the
Pallots Will be William Shore...
stem and Mr and Mrs I.ouis Pal
lot
I'nk s u : a r flower cor
w in by the (0 girls at a Kin:;
Cl ie l.ii'u heon On Saturday set
the theme I >r the sweet sixl -en
birthdaj celebration tend td Adri
enne Greene Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Jerome Greene, and
granddaughter t Mr and Mrs
Victor Marshall ol Wilminj tor
I,,.I prett) guest i honor and
equallj pretty mother Isabel both
Continued on Pago 4-B
Dozens of new styles! All color-drenched stunners! Casuals
and beach hats, soft, airtight packables! White, ballet pink,
bahama blue, parrot green, orange fiz. sand beige, black,
shocking pink, yellow.
hal bjr. street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
(at all 6 Burdme's stores1
com* in. call 373 11*1


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rjewtstncridltor
Friday, March 12, 1955
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women Plan
Variety of Functions Through Month
Mr. and Mrs. Harry August (far right in photo right) Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stein at a q
right! played host recently to 'left to right Valentine dinner dance at the Kmq s
.n photo at left) Mr. and Mrs. Max Handshu. Yacht and Country Club.
Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Miller and (photo at
Confab Delegates Are Back From Hadassah Meet
Mrs Irwin Li-s. member of the
National Service Committee, and
*drs. Gerald Soltz. president of the
Florida Region, just returned with
.- report from HadassarTs annual
mid-winter conference at the Sher-
.ton-East Hotel in New York City.
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, this
spring will launch a five-year Jew-
ish research and publication pro
.ram to help strengthen identity
..iiionL: Jews in the 1'nited States.
This will b out in coopera-
tion with tin N'ational Founda-
tion (or Jewish Culture.
Mrs. S irted thai "through
:- program, we
pe l reatei
lj among Ha-
dassah members but among ..11
jews ot Jewish life and its heri.
tage and the need to preserve it."
Mrs Liss said that more than
$600,000 was voted for special proj-
ects by the leaders of Hadassah.
This sum is over and above the
regular annual Hadassah budget
and will advance its work in Israel
in medical research, nursing and
vocational education.
The conference delegates ap-
proved a series of resolutions deal-
ing with American domestic and
foreign affais and also called upon
the Government of West Germany
;. -find a way to extend" the SI '
ute "I Limitations affecting the
pn secution of Nazi war criminals
1 the present expiration date
Parl .'i the special projects mon-
ey is lor the establishment of a
Kidney Transplant Research Pro-
gram headed by Di Marco Caine.
of Hadassah's Department ot Urol-
ogy.
Speaking about another session
Mr- Soltz reported that "within
the next five years. \>uth Aliyah
expect- to absorb an additional
30,000 young people in its collective
settlement-, youth villages, schools.
day youth center-, and in ll- other
institutions."
Miami Beach Council. Bnai
Ifrith Women, has scheduled
March meetings President is
Mrs Max Kern
Chai Chapter meets Tuesday. 8
p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. Pro-
gram vice president, Mr- Elsie
i,.1. an anged a skit 1 ele
. Purim, performed by the
1 ireel
,,:- \;,,.. K 1 incil president
-
I
at the
Pres-
1- Mrs '
Freedom Chapter eels
18. I pin al the
nuinity Center Pi
lent \ii> Bernard \ is
announces lr
tor ol the Florida Office
Anti-Di I II he
1 speaker Mrs, Max Kern,
president. Miami Beach Council,
will attend the meeting a- chair-
man 'ii the District 5 convention
President 1- Mrs Howard Dutkin,
Harmony Chapter meet- Tues-
day, Mar. 23. 8 p.m.. at Chase Fed
eral. 41st St. and Sheridian Ave
A Passover program, provided by
Manischeuitz matzohs, will be pre-
sented President i- Mr- Jack
Dernis,
Hatikvah Chapter meet]
day. 1 p.m. al the Morton To*
Restaurant. Program vice
dent, Mr- Gertn 1 s\mm
introduce Barn. \ Gorinstein, 1
tant direct, r FI01 Region
Defamation Leas 1
er Nominating mitt?/
present the si ti ">5-66 1
ideiit is Mr- I Kluaw."
e
Menorah Chap<-
lay Mai :!. .,' '.
eral. Lincoln 1:
iirjton \\ ..' n m.
will 1. pi
bj 'he \. mittetI
1968 66 Presidi 1
Benjamin
Miami Beach Chntr |
Tuesdaj noon a'
;. I Purim pan-.
President is Mrs
North Shore Chapter meets!
day. 1 p.m.. at the Deauvilk|
tel. Alter the bli-
the meeting, Mrs. SanfonJ ,'a
son will give a review on 11
written by Saul Bellow.
Donor dinner will lie held'
nesday night at the Carillon I
Highlighting the entertain
will be Danny Kaye
vision and films Preside:.:
Mrs Bettj Teitelba
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Naturally good!
Tastiest snack with any dish...
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friday. March 12, 1965
-Jewlstnvrldriar
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Pioneer Women's Donor Luncheon

All nine chapters of Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pioneer Women are
actively engaged in planning the
final phases of the annual donor
luncheon on Mar. 21 at the Doral
Beach Hotel. The event marks the
culmination of the year's major af-
fairs, and draws national reprcsen.
tatives.
Beba Idelson Chapter is marking
the I'urim Festival on Wednesday.
8 p.m., at 840 Washington Ave.
Mrs. Frances Packer, guest-soloist,
will present a musical program to
include Oscar Shapiro, violinist,
and Ida Yaslo. piano accompanist.
Philip Nashkin. monologist, will be
guest artist, and Mrs. Esther Wein-
stein will recite the Megilla.
Mrs. Fannie Gibson, acting pres-
ident, is chairman of the festival
being sponsored by Mrs. Rae Weis-
berg. All proceeds go to the Child
Rescue Fund in Israel. Traditional
Purim refreshments will be served.
Picasso's Life
To Be Reviewed
"Life with Picasso," by Franci is
Gilot, will be reviewed by Mrs
M. Welnstein on Thursday, Ma
18. 1:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hote .
Event is sponsored bj the Bo< :
Review Group chaired bj Mrs
L. Cassett.
At the conclusion of the review
Mrs. Weinstein and Miami artist
Keyna Youngerman will discuss
the presentation. Some of Mrs.
Youngerman's work- may be seen
until Sunday at the Coconut Grove
Theatre.
Srandeis Group of Miami Beach Hadassah an-
nounces a special luncheon for women who
lave contributed to the Youth Aliyah project.
[is "child-savers." Function will be held at
ne Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday noon. Mar.
19. Sponsors (seated left to right) are Mes-
dames Ben Blum, Ella Grossman, Sam Lich-
tenstein. Standing (left to right) is the Presi-
dium of Presidents, including Mesdames Bir-
die Curtis, Elizabeth Steinbach and Bernard
Lipson.
imanu-EI Ladies Planning 25th Anniversary Fete
L\ .pecial highlight of the 25th
Iniversary luncheon of the Sis-
fhood of Temple Emanu-Kl will
the honoring of all Sisterhood
-i presidents, Mrs. Herbert S.
k president, announced.
its inception in 1940. Sis-
i has 14 past presidents, with
Mill active Ixiard members, car.
Ii".. major chairmanships.
|l'.-> presidents to be honored in-
i- i: Allen Becker. Mrs.
.'pen. Mrs. .lack Falk. Mrs.
i Goldberg, Mrs. Sol Gold-
em. Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs.
der Kogan, Mrs. Isadore
ah Kodesh Congregation
I Kodesh Congregation stu-
ill present a Purim play
following servile.-. Wed
m.
Newman. Mrs. Harry G. Rogers.
Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Milton
Smith Mrs. Arthur Klein and Mrs.
Ira Walsey no longer live in Mi-
ami.
Mrs. Jacob Glassman Is luncheon
chairman and chairman of the day.
Committee includes Mrs. Irving
Cypen, hostesses; Mrs. Robert R.
Frank and Mrs. Louis Baron, dec
orations: Mrs. Jacob Katzman. pro-
gram; Mrs. Philip Neuwirth, tic-
kets; Mrs. Harold Levey, fund-
raising: Mrs. Theodore Zalles,
membership coordinator; Mrs.
, Reubin Levin, show director; Mrs.
Charles Rosengarten. door; and
Mrs. Sol Silverman. prizes.
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decor color pink Adri
enne s frock a
. Isabels, a shock
L ..-. shaped
b-rthday cake rated
with cher
tainmerit for the afternoon of
t'ered by a folk finger witfe
tar A sophomore at Beach
tUS. IDYTH 6/Cf
Mrs. Geiger Will
Speak Sunday
0a Sunaay. at 11 a.m.. Mrs
Edyth Geiger, regional director of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University. uil] address the
Hillel Student Council at Hillel
House Subject of Mrs Geiger s
remarks will be the Foreign Stu-
tl the Hebrew University "
More than 50 countries are cur-
rently represented in the student
body at the Hebrew University, in-
cluding many Americans In addi-
tion to the one-year special study
program previously offered to col-
lege juniors. Hebrew University is
this year sponsoring a summer
course in English, with housing in
the dormitories and special tours
through Israel.
Mrs Geiger attended Hebrew
University, and her daughter. Mir-
iam, a graduate of Miami Beach
High School, is currently enrolled
- a freshman in the Faculty of
the Humam::-. at the Jerusalem
eh
Attorney and teacher, the direc-
the American Friends is fre-
quently called upon to lecture on
Israel becam ataaj years
residence ill Haifa and Jerosa-
-
.-. Is-
_ ...
- a member
e Club a:
A'
Jan Nibauer.
Freidia, Shelly Freid
in. Ellen Popper.
Deu:schman. Landa Kaui-
man. Elh e J>-
-on and E. ntor.

Who- M I S *>' of
5 named of the
theTeinDteJS
:- iKeD. -
son J
ters and
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Lynx Mrs
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Twenty nine young voices sang
Happy Birthday' to pert Diane
Glickman at her sweet sixtet-n
party Saturday at the Biltmore
Terrace Luncheon motif of
blue and white centered in the
beautiful birthday cake holding
the right number of candles "and
one to grow on" Charming
guest of honor is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glick-
Moess Chitim
Luncheon Slated
active in
.ork both here
and in Israel, and pa-: p: ;
th, Hatikvah Chapter of Mb
h ss of the an-
-- Chitim iuncheon of the
her home. 3606 Flamm
: on Tuesday noon. Mar. 23.
Mrs Morris Bienenfeld. Moess
an. explained that
a Chitim is a traditional cus-
tom which Jews throughout the
have observed, and means
mone> for wheat "
money is ja4ha*el
the 1 -
r s

'
-
tein is
roup.
lhe past IJ years
-
junior at Beach
s 5 pn .. ent of the Senior
: Temple Menorah I'STI
. -rends much of her
aj from school studying
and piano.

Over 3,000 miles but only one
:he birth of cousins
r. who made
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Y o u n g mothers
ters
Stephen's pal
M
- son
Mrs Mildred Werner and the lal
Harry Werner, of (
Two residents of the BlacK-'
Retirement Hotel in Miami Beach
will share their birthday celebra-
tion on Sunday afternoon with
their fello*-residents Mrs
Molly Koppel. marking a century
of living earlier in the week, the
last ten at the Blackstone. and
Harris S Borenstein are looking
forward to the huge birthday cake
they will have presented to them.
Annual Purim Bazaar
Annual Puri jn(| ,
lval will begin at Beth Tor,,
on -
a teen-age dar
oand. On Sunday
ral boot!.- for the J
tire daj uh a
supper to be rom itji
p m.
Dance Group
At Beth El
A new Israeli ng daB!
group will give n-
ance on Sur.'L mm
igregatien pUCM [:ym
per.
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j
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LARRY THOMPSON
toaiiami
DRINKS MILK.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
rT8irx) WOOD to MU* roitTHE>OuN*
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Raphael Religious -
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II your meat and fowl
I
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So when you give your family this feast of tender Nova
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LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese.
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ner
I ,, ,|,n. Purim has been des
i .,,. i ... a legorj of the in
etibilit] ; the Jewish peo
I .,. > ,,i Israel every-
Inhere, and I r us its cetebra-
l,on has ll esl significance.
Ilii'i Purim festival fre ol
V,i_h solemi holiday on which
ij to full, free fun.
jusl ho h'i ress our mood of
, end on where we
|n,. Here, of the delightful
mitj toms is the Quern
father Ball, frequently a masque-
fade at which Hainan* and Morde
tais cheerl il participate to-
ether.
After the ball is over we can
I botl e fun and thr
puriBi celebrai n with a break*
l.i-i it which feature tradition-
i rim food- This i.- a perfect
i the large Hainan
| th yeast, and nat-
m|ij fnr 50 -,> an occasion we
Hiili want extra-rich and extra
| aki i as the flaky ones
hicl an > d today.
mantaschen could
the crow n rta glory of your
b past, no P rim would be com
k ithout N ':it in some form.
Icrc tie ba\ uggested a tradi-
|m:;i! recipe in which the Nahil
ft ked with honey and cinna-
mon, the spice so beloved in ori-
ntal cookery I: you prefer, the
[anil rnaj be prepared with pow-
ered ginger to taste instead of the
p> cinnamon Nahit is the name
l< jive to the dried legumes which
f<- alto called chick peas. coci. or
IrbSBXOS. and they represent the
pshtr food.- which were thr only
a Queen Esther would eat in
parace of Ahasuerus. Honry
pned Nahit may be served hot
a Ede dish or cold as a tidbit,
or your breakfast, either way is
suable. It you wish, you may
|>'i prepare hone) spiced Nahit
I" a meat meal by using parvr
|,ii -.irine.
[Since appetites have brrn stim-
latwl by an evening of fun and
fining, the after-the-ball break
>1 -hould be a hearty meal, com
pte with bagi Is, cream cheese.
I"1 lux- sci mbled eggs, and
ptes oi smoked fish
Menu for an After-the-Ball
Purim Breakfast
lulce
-,:' leese and Lox
E s
oked Fish
Assorted l: .i.,m Butter
Pot Roast?
Honey Spiced Nahit
FTamantaschen Coffee
Honey Spiced Nahit
(Traditional Recipe)
1 1 II). 4-o/. can chick peas
(garbanzos or coci)
1 tablespoon butter
1 3 cup honey
1 4 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoon around cinnamon
Drain the chick peas thoroughly
the liquid may be used in soup.
In an 8 inch skillet bring the but-
ter, honey, salt, and cinnamon to
a boil, then simmer for 5 minutes.
Add the chick peas, bring to a
boil once more, then simmer for
10 minutes. From time to time
Stir gently. These may be served
hot as a side dish or cold as a tid-
bit. The recipe makes about l'j
cups.
For a meat meal substitute
pane margarine tor the butter
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Ha mantaschen
I cake yeast
1 4 cup lukewarm milk
2 cups silted all-purpose flour
1 4 pound butler or margarine
2 tablespoon* sugar
1 2 cup dairy sour cream
2 eggs, well-beaten.
1 4 teaspoon salt
Prone, Poppy Seed, or Honey
Walnut Filling
2 teaspoons honey
Dissolve the yeast in the milk.
Sift the Hour into a bowl. With ,i
pastry blender or two knives cut
the butter or margarine into the
flour until the particles are the
size of split peas Add the yeast
mixture, sugar, sour cream, eggs.
and salt. Mix thoroughly to make
j smooth dough, if necessary,
add a little more tlour. as the
dough should be just stiff enough
to handle. Cover the bowl, and
chill in the refrigerator overnight
Next day. roll out 1/4 inch thick
on a lightly tloured board. Fold
into thirds and roll out again Fold
and roll twice more. The last time
the dough is rolled form it into
a rectangle one fourth longer than
il is wide. Cut into 12 equal
squares Place a spoonful of fill
ing near the center of each, and
loid over to form a triangle Pr< ss
the edges firmly together, then
luck them neatly under the dough,
-tin keeping the shape ol a tri-
angle. Place 2 inches apart on a
greased cookie sheet, and lei rise
at 85 degrees F. until double in
hulk. Brush with the honey Hake
at 350 degrees F. about 20 min-
utes, until a rich, deep brown. If
desired, some of the cakes may be
filled with one type of filling, and
the rest with the others.
Poppy Seed (Mohn) Filling
1 2 cup finely ground poppy
seeds
1 2 cup milk
1 tablespoon butter or
margarine
1 4 cup seedless raisins
l 4 cup chopped walnut meats
Or almonds
1 2 tablespoon chopped citron
I tablespoon light corn syrup
1 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Place all ingredients except the
vanilla extract in a small sauce-
pan. Bring to a boil, then stir
over medium low heat until the
milk is absorbed and the mixture
becomes thick Cool and stir in
(he vanilla. This amount will fill
12 Hamantaschen
Prune Filling
3 4 cup prepared prunes
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Grated rind of 1 2 lemon
To prepare the prunes, cook
them until tender, then drain
thoroughly. Remove the pits and
cut the prunes into small pieces.
Add the remaining ingredients.
This amount will fill 12 Haman-
taschen. A commerical I.ekvar
may also be used in place of this
filling.
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Honey-Walnut Filling
3 4 cup honey
1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts
1 3 cup fine, dry bread crumbs
1 2 teaspoon grated orange
rind
Place the honey, walnuts, and
bread crumbs in a saucepan. Stir
constantly over low heat until the
mixture becomes thick. Scrape
the bottom as you stir to prevent
sticking. Remove from the heat,
and stir in the grated orange rind.
Cool before using. This amount
will fill 12 Hamantaschen.
Mrs. Max Cogen (left), president of the Women's Committee
of Jewish Family and Children's Service, and Mrs. Eugene
Katz (right), ticket chairman, discuss the committee's "Holiday
in Spain" cocktail party and art show.
'Holiday in Spain* Plans Completed
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Purim Dinner
At Beth Sholom
Wednesday Eve
A congregation Purim dinner will
follow services conducted by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth
Sholom on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Evening will include games and
dancing under the direction of
dancing teacher Sid Schneider
The committee, chaired by Mrs
Isaac Fleischman, includes Mrs
Martin Steiner. Mrs Leon linger
and Mrs. Michael Brumer.
Confirmation class- ol 5725 will
decorate and supervise the activi-
ties Bl the various booths, and the
members <>f Beth sholom Senior
remple Youth will help serve the
Purim dinner
Program is coordinated by Miss
Nettie Goldstein director, Beth
Sholom Ri School.
Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service has
announced completion of its plans
for a '"Holiday in Spain" cocktail
part) and art show in the Nep-
tune lioom of Surfside Community
Center on Apr. 10.
According to Mrs Max Cogen.
ores'denl o' the committee, an oil
pa'nting has been donated to the
committee by El Al Airlines
through Miss Yurika Mann, direc-
tor of the Jerusalem Art Center.
The painting will De one of the
prizes awarded at the Apr. 10
party, explained Mrs. Eugene
Katz. ticket chairman.
First prize will be a trip to Ma-
drid. Spain, for two.
Proceeds will be used for the
operation of the JFCS Children's
Home.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and United Fund of Dade County.
Thrift House Moves
Thrift House, run by the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah
Congregation, has moved to a new
and larger location at 364 NE 167th
St. N. Miami Beach.
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Mrs Jo Kronikin also
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March 12. 1965
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... g/fhout jjcoplc and r laces ...
rHE SAME PRESIDENT-ANOTHER BALL
Thjj lime. VVestview Country Club honored
L president. Ferd S. Meyer, and his wife as Perd
became president for the seventh time. A clei i r
bit was sung bj the Andrea Sisters represented
Muriel (Mrs. Sidney) Rudolph, Mrs Judy
Iderman and Doris (Mrs. Stanley) Weinkle. Dr.
hard Detltch and Sidney Rudolph made a
hit as Huntley and Brinkley. Among guests
,.r, the three Weintraub familiesthey're not
relatedthe Joseph, the Sydney and the Wil-
Wehltfaubs, the Dan Ruskins. William
tin- Feuers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard B.
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lingers.
kyares, Mr and Mrs Julius Rosenberg, Mr. and
Mrs Samuel Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daner, Mr.
hid Mrs. Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bar-
pett. Joni and Stanley Tate, Caryl and Ben
Koven, Alice and Donald Koren, Lucille and Alex
Miller, Shirley and Irving Miller, and Sue and
mard Miller. Lighted candelabras. lots of
powers and long gowns made a delightfully for-
nal setting for Westview's favorite president's
party
HOW SWEET IT IS .
The formal dinner dance honoring Jackie
Reason's birthday was a knockout It was jam-
nrd From good authority, it was discovered
hat Kd Sullivan actually smiles. Sitting with
lylvia and Ed Sullivan were Mr. and Mrs. Alex
lanson, Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs.
fay Ablin. Joe Undsey, of Boston, Mr. and Mrs.
ten Gaines, and Mr, and Mrs. Harry Yagle.
Ipotted at other tables wire Mary a"'1 J*k*
her, Myra and A.nun Farr, Mickey and Harold
franoH. Miriam and Milton Sirkin. Lil and Jules
[lickstein and the Hank Meyers. Mr. and Mrs.
litchell Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Daniels,
Inn Mr and Mrs Sidney Raffel.
THEY WALTZED TOGETHER
Joyce and Burton Goldberg had a bullet
Upper part} in honor ol their folks, the Solomon
Goldbergs. It was their 40th wedding anniver-
sary. Abbey and Carol were the junior hostesses
at their grandparents' party, a bird ol paradise
centerpiece look the place ol the Goldbergs'
daughter. Janet (Mrs. Charles) Light, who wasn't
able to come. Rudy Baum played the Anniver-
sary Waltz, and the Goldbergs danced amid the
good wishes ol their friends Among guests were
Mr. and Mrs Sam Meiselman, Mr and Mrs Irv-
ing Gandel. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leitner. Mr.
and Mrs Morrj Click, and Mr and Mrs. Morris
Fox.
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BIRTHDAY BRUNCH TIME
It was a brunch at Barbara and Irving Ru-
bin's in honor of Barbaras mother's birthday.
Barbara's mother and dad. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hyman. of Detroit, are here for the winter Irv-
ing just brought those cute loaves of bread and
the birthday cake from his restaurant, the Pub,
while Barbara did the rest of the fixing. Mostly
family sat on the dock after brunch and watched
the boats go by. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Fineberg
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owitz were there too.
THE YOUNG HOPEFULS
At the matinee of the 'Ballet Spectacular."
little girls with white gloves were much in evi-
dence. Mrs David Kramer was there with her
Janice, and Mrs. Marvin Haven with Kathy and
Debby. Linda Tate went with Mrs. Donald Bar-
mack, and her daughter. Ruth, and Arnold
Greenfield had all of theirs. Alice. Charlie. Tim-
my and Frank, but it was a lost cause; they kept
inquiring why their parents didn't do the athletic
bit the week before they had taken them to the
theater. Mrs Murray Koretsk) was there with
Stephanie and Alicia, and Mrs Jack Bushkin
with Rachel. Perhaps it encouraged the young
hopefuls to practice their ballet, but according
to what went on at intermission, watching even
Jacques d' Ambroise just made them mighty
hungry and thirsty. Frances Lehman.
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach will feature Danny Thomas at
the organization's annual dinner dance Sunday eveninq at
the Deauville Hotel. Funds raised will go toward the care
and rehabilitation of emotionally-disturbed children. Plan-
ning the even*, (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Pilzer, presiden;
of the club; Mrs. Ralph Hall, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Leon-
ard Platt, chairman of the evening. Not shown is Mrs. Bill
Glick. favors chairman.
Big Weekend Set At Pompano Park
fA Planning Fashion Show
emple Eiiuiini-KI ITA is hav-
ja luncheon and fashion show
fony's Fish Market on Friday
Mar. 19.
m Luby. Jr. president
and Mrs. Donald Arthur, chairman,
will introduce a Pied Piper play
entitled -Daddy Long Legs."
Following lunch, the children ol
PTA members will model fashions
from Melony's. featuring a com
plele line ol fashions for Honda
Committee members include Mrs
Alan Zilfer. arrangements; Mrs
Richard Masington. table rc-erva
tions. Mrs Gerald Miller and Mrs.
Stuart Coldman, ticket reserva-
tions.
A big weekend is in store tor
Pompano Park harness fans.
Friday night, the second heats of
the $25,000 Secretary".- Series Trot
v ill be presented.
Saturday night, the fourth heats
it the $40,000 Secretary's Series
Pace highlight the 10-race program.
A C.'S Nancy looks like the
horse to beat in the stakes Friday
night.
I'ndefeated in five starts at the
Pompano Park winter meeting, A
C.'S Nancy was especially impres-
sive last Friday when she boiled
under the wire in 2:03, the fastest
mile she has ever done.
Bill Haughion. one of America's
all-time great drivers, will be dri-
ving A. C.'s Nancy in quest of vic-
tory number six at the session.
Saturday night, it's Duke's Son
. gainst the field.
Duke's Son. a brilliant 3 year ol
pacer, came from last place this
past Saturday to win in a phol
Irish over four other rivals on the
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*Jelslincrkt**r
Friday. March 12
Camps are Now Registering
For Coming Summer Season
Pine Forest
cated in the beautiful mountain The selective wmptog institution,
area of Horseshoe. N.C. which limits enrollment... 100 boys
Forest Camp aims to offer offering a well rounded program and loo girls between .-> and it. u
oj I and girls from 5 to 16 a health {cr boys an.; {iris from 6 through under the direction oi Martin Le-
fa] experieace in gnup Ihring. Lo- \. the camp season starts June L'T vine, executive director.
cated in Greelejr. Pike County. Pa., Bnd extends to Aug. 20. Winter address is PO Box 4450
Further information is available Normandy Branch. Miami Beach,
t 111 33585. Fla. Phones are 866-3045 and 866-
1721.
the camp site combines the beauty
of the Pocono Mountains with
-'- .:...i. quiet camping trails.
Edwin K. "Hignie" Black, ex-
perienced recreational director and
physical educator, started Pine For
< Camp in 193! and continues 11
supervise and maintain the camp's
standards through his son.
Marvin Black, and his son-in-law.
Ted Halpern.
u.xp program covers complete
and varied summer activities plus
masquerades, tournaments, over-
night camping, weight training and
body building, all supervised by
competent staff personnel.
Further information is available
Hili International
Camp Gan Israel
at Pine Forest Camp. Elkins Park. Nislick executive director.
Pa.. 19117. or by calling CA 4-2100. camp is staffed bv professi.
Camp Osceola
Owner-operated Camp Osceola.
Enrin B. Marshall, principal, is lo-
Civic Leaders
On Committee
A group of civic leaders have
been named to head a steering
committee for the testimonial ban-
quet honoring Judge Ben .1 Shep-
pard en Mar. 28
Dinner chairman. Metro Mayor
Chuch Hall, has announced that
the following have accepted the
- ':011s with the committee:
Kobt Jr., William
Burke. Bin Bagas. Clyde C Atkins.
T. A. Buchanan. Andrew Capellet-
ti. Walter Headley George I. Hoi-
Sidney Meyer. Robert
S Art Brim.-. George Coury.
Richard F Wolfson. Moke T Ma-
rl, Let Ruwitch. Sam Silver.
Dr. Weslej S Nock, and Milton A
Friedman.
The banquet is being sponsored
by friends of Variety Children's
Hospital in recognitii n of Judge
Sheppard's many years of service
to the hospital and to the Greater
Miami communitv.
Located in Livings) n Manor well over 100 campers are ex-
NY.. Hili International Camp for petted to participate on Sunday
boys and erls 5 to 16 is now open hen Camp Gan Israel holds its
for enrollment in i:s eight-week annual camp reunion a: Waldman*
season, with limited four-week ses- Hotel. Miami Beach,
sions available. Program will include cartoon-.
Equipped for every kind of land tamp movies and refreshments.
and aquatie sport, the tamp fea- Camp Can Israel invites all in-
tures a nine-hole PGA golf course, terested parties to be guests at
sailing, water-skiing, and motor the gathering, and get acquainted
boating. with the camp program.
Owned by the Hebrew Institute of Further information is availahle
Long Island, with Rabbi Jacob !. from Rabbi Stanley Weiss at JE
the 1-7919.
camp is stalled by professionals,
has a religious and educational
program and a strict Kashruth
schedule.
For information write Hili In-
ternational Camp. 1742 Seagirt
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Camp Judea. located in the heart
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rallege men and women, educators
and group workers are chosen bt
cause ot skills in camping, educa-
tion and group work. In addition,
the majority of the staff are gradu-
. year round Young j'.i
daea program Man) have >pen* a
summer or > < ar in Israel.
For more information writ*"
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St.. S\V Atlanta. Ga or call 945-
9665 in Miami.
LaKe
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With emphasis on small groups
boating, skiing, arts and crafts
camps
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A small select camp to better
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1.000 acres of beautiful scenery
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horseback riding, folk-singing and
other supervised activities are de-
signed to contribute fun and learn-
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Camp directors Ira Steinmetz and
Sid Greenspan span over 25 years
of combined experience in camp-
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Extensive eight week or four-
week programs feature separate
camp facilities for boys and girls.
with a registered nurse and a doc-
tor on premises at all times.
Information is available at Sky
Lake Camps. PO Box 3355. Nor-
land Branch. Miami. Fla.. or in
Miami. Ira Steinmetz, 624-0692. and
n Broward. S;d Greenspan. 989-21-7
Comp Ge-Wah-Na
Camp Ge-Wah-Na, located on 3
ver Lake. Libertj, \ Y is a broth.
-;>:er camp. 500 feet above
level of:. iher food, mat
staff, and a i tmplete program t"r
boys and giri> between 5 and 16.
Under the exclusive direel
of the Pollack family since 1932. re
JWV Council
To Meet Sunday
A Council of Administration of
the Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans, will meet Sunday.
Mar. 21. at Surfside Town Hall,
according to Department Comman-
der Air.slee R Ferdie.
The Harry Cohen Post 723. of
Surfside Bal Harbour, will be host
Following the council meeting, a
regional meeting will be convened
by Regional Commander Alfred
Schwartz, of Atlanta. Ga Dele-
gates and officers will hear re-
ports concerning the program for
the adoption of the Geneva Geno-
cide Convention, the respoi -
the organization's protest to the
an Federal RepubJ
n of av- _:ird to
S let anti-Semitu
National Ex rnittee-
Steii will pr<-
report on the proposed closing of
certain VAll cen;!> "apr^med'Miami area rep-
* Ralph Gros mold r..,.vamr. m ,,h,:1 Ml d
rent U present rei w\ tac tC|tner
local Ad Hoc Committee on Soviet
ar.ti Serr st National Com
mander Daniel NeeJ Heller will
also speak
Daniel Abramowitz will repcrt
on the cooperation with the Dade
> : CMbbmu ~ X>1 Pro-
. xjiary President
Rhoda Denti address the
delegate-
The annual Memorial Day obser-
% ar.ee at Mount Nebo Cemetery
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Drama & Art. Also 7-Dav Israeli Folk-Dance Workshop o?
hied Berk Dietarv Laws Obscned
CALL LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT OR
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For NEW 50-Page CATALOGUE:
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'ted on private
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The camp offers facilities for ev-
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eluding swimming pools, boats and
will be presented b* Chaplain Ed boating equipment, ba
w n Feibelman. and Jack Berman ms and ball court- play
will report on the department con- grounds, stables and riding
ler.tion Emanuel Mandel. Ining Indoor facilities include gymr.a-
Cooperman. Jar S rn. Noah -mm. parent*- cottage, dinint
I. Benjamin Haberman and recreation re
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Separate Facilities tor Boys t Girrs, 6 to U
Sailina Caaae.nq Skiing
Emphosis on Athletics {specially Boskftic
ExptraMNfld Matur- Staff
New York Werfcra Fair Trip
Acorn Vllloc lar 4 to 6 Ye<
c*l.- e fr lnfrma,ion and Brochures Contact Our Local Representatives
F.rh,an Studior o\ Dancing & Drama 323 W. 47th S.., M.B., JE l^
Theda Shapiro 8391 S.W. 142nd St., Miami 238-0864
Resident Doctor and Nurses
Sabbath Services


rriday. March 12. 1965
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\JCongress Women Off to Convention
Kaplan. Also attending will be Jo-I Meeting the Challenge of t hf)
siph I. Yanich. regional director. Jreat Society," with numem-m
They will participate in programs | eade.s ot public and commit***.
related to the security of the Jews I ilfairs addressing t h c sessiTr**,
Florida Women's Division mem conven-.on of the National Women's Tuesday through Thursday. Mar Hi, abroad and public issues affecting ihese include Dr. Joachim Pri-i,
hp Of the American Jewish ton Division of American Jewish Con- lo 18. include. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, minority groups at home. f Newark. N.J.. national president
li attend the biennial sres, m Washington. DC. next Mrs. Ruth Druker and Mrs. Sylvia Theme of the convention will b, 1 if the American Jewish Congre*.
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Friday. March 12. 1935
SADIE
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sadie (Mrs. Sam) Goldman was glad when her family
mover from Portland. Me where she was born, to Wor-
cester. Mass.. so she could go ice skating in Elm Park. But
she has never ice skated since then. One of four children,
she was brought up in an orthodox home, where the advent
of the Sabbath brought a warm, glowing feeling. Her
mother would take wine and cake to the needy so that they
not only had the necessities of life, but a little extra some-
thing so that they. too. could rejoice. Nowadays, whenever
Sadie sits quietly in temple, the memories of her mother
fill her heart with love and the
feeling that she. like her mother,
wants to help others.
Sadie took a business course
so she could be of service to her
father in his Detroit store. Not
knowing Polish, she was proud
that in such a short time she could
negotiate business in Polish. It
was at a Sunday party, where she
went u ith her mother, while her
father used his prerogative as the
head of the house to rest, that she
met her future husband and his
whole family Sam told the hos-
tess that Sadie was the sweett Si
girl he had ever met. but it wasn't
until two years later that he told
Sadie herself.
The Goldmans have lived in Detroit. Chicago and Bos-
ton, and art now in Miami to stay. They never miss an
opportunity to hear Dr. Abram L. Sachar speak: so it fol-
lows that when they moved to Boston, they joined a history
class conducted by Dr. Sachar at Brandeis University, of
which he is president. This started Sadie's participation
in Brandeis University National Women's Committee. She
is presently finishing her second year as president of the
Miami Beach Chapter.
Active in many organizations up north, on arriving in
Miami, she has devoted all of her time to Brandeis. being
only a dues paying-member in others. A son and a daugh-
ter, Beatrice and Bertram Goldman, of Skokie. 11.. and
Dorothy and George Krakow, of North Miami, have pre-
sented the Goldmans with six grandchildren.
Sam has taught Sadie the fine art of walking, and
today they take long walks, during which they plan where
they would like to travel. Two years ago. they went to
Israel and and found it everything they dreamed it would
be. In their Venetian Way apartment, they swim and play
shuffle board. They're not opera-goers and only watch
special programs on television, which gives them time to
; all of the periodicals and weeklies that keep them up
to date on world news. They also find time to spend with
.ill of their out-of-town friends, as well as with the ones
they have made since coming to Miami.
"My husband always has had such a wonderful dis-
position." confides Sadie with a glowing smile. "We just
celebrated our 45th wedding anniversary, and he still is
the same" Sadie's friends think that her disposition is
just as wondefuL
Family Dinner
Follows Marriage
Of the Steirns
A family dinner at King Arthur's
Court followed the marriage of
Susan Barbara Getelman and Mar-
shall Lee Steirn on Thursday.
Mar 4. The early evening cere-
mony, with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiating, was held at Tem-
ple Menorah.
Daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Ilyman Getelman. Of Miami
Beach and New York, the bride is
majoring in elementary education
at the University of Miami.
For the nuptials, she chose a
fioor-length gown of imported
Skinner satin reembroidercd with
alencon lace and seed pearls. The
bridal bouquet was made up of
white orchids and stephanotis.
Vice president and sales man-
ager of Hillman Garment, the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Steirn. 4456 Nautilus
Dr
Attending the couple were Linda
Getelman and the groom's father.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the couple will live at 8020
East Dr
CONTINUING A WONDERFUL SALE
OF BEADED SHELLS.
COCKTAIL AND FORMAL GOWNS
KNITS-LINENS-COSTUMES SPORTSWEAR
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Jean Berry
Franks to Live
In Coral Gables
Doral Country Club was the set-
ting for the afternoon wedding unit-
ing Irwina Gwen Roberts and Kurl
Frank on Sunday. Mar. 7. Rabbi
Morris Skop officiated, and the
ceremony was followed by a re-
' ception.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts. 8
Pinta Rd.. and Mrs. Else Frank.
2442 SW 18th St.
Wearing a gown of candlelight
; peau de soie trimmed with im-
ported alencon lace and seed
pearls, and carrying white orchids,
the bride had Mrs. Toni Fender as
I matron of honor. Elaine Sher and
Emily Creque as bridesmaids.
Best man was Theodore Berman.
! with Bil Berman and Stephen Rob-
erts serving as ushers.
Part owner of Federal Packing,
the bridegroom attended schools
in Germany. His bride attended the
Universities of Florida and Miami
and is a member of Alpha Epsilon
; Phi Sorority.
On their return from a trip to
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Isles,
the couple will live in Coral Gables.
Dov Chapter Party
All proceeds from the Dov Chap
tn, Mizrachi Women. Purim party
to be held at 1 p.m.. Tuesday, in
the home of Mrs. Israel Slotsky.
are earmarked for children in Is-
rael. President of the group is
Mrs. Louis Tokayer.
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Dr. and Mrs. Harold Miller 903?
Dickens Ave., announce t h ,.n"
gagement of their daughtei Boq.
nie Lee. to Charles Mai-in Koch
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Koch,
of Miami Beach.
Miss Milieu, a graduate Mi.
ami Beach High School,
Miami Dade Junior College .
now ;i student at Mount Sil
pital School ot Practical N
and will graduate in Augusl
Her fiance, also a graduate >f Mi-
ami Beach Senior High, attended
:he University of Florida
currently enrolled at the Univer-
sity of Miami School ot Industrial
engineering. He is a member of Phi
Mu Alpha, professional music fra.
ternity.
The wedding is plannel io; Dec.
26, at the Diplomat COufltr) Jlub.
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MRS. MARSHALL STEIRN
Miss Philipson
Eyes July Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Irving S Phi
announce the engagement ol their
daughter. Judith Ten;, to Stepbei
Alan Fromm.
NOW teaching in Bedford Mas..
the future bride is a graduate of
Coral Gables High and Boston Uni-
versity, where she was Winter Car-
nival Queen. She also receivi i the
Judson Rae Butler Award
named Woman Of the Yeai
Son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Fromm,
Brooklyn, NY. the bridegroom-
elect is a 1963 graduate
University, where he maj
business administration Hi
is Yearbook manager and r<
ihe Star Market Scholastic i
Award. He is currently uit
fus Co., of New York.
A July wedding i< plan
the betrothed couple.
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March 12. 1965
+Jewish rhridlian
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U(ins Reveal
Lndra's Troth
Sidne) Raskin. 535
announced the
Ulr M Mrs
S'ofSir daughter, San-
, William S. Shaw.
h- future bridegroom is the son
lirandMrs Maxwell H. Shaw,
.-a yy 51
randeis Life
lember Tea
mem 'rsliip lea oi Miami
Brandeis Univer-
tea f
BCh chapter.
National Women s Committee.
Ill i,. held on Friday, l p.m.. at
home of Mrs. Arnold Seeder,
Jefferson Ave.
r> Ben-Zion Ginsburg, program
Bill present Brandeis
Boers, Mrs. Howard Dorfman
rs Rose Trucker, in a pro-
hm of classical piano duels.
|ilr>. Ginsburg and Mrs. Arthur
rki it/ will entertain with a
h tied : Figured it Out."
ifereth Israel
(omen's Dinner
hfereth Israel Sisterhood will
!s annu.il donor affair on
hda.. 6:30 p.m., at the Carillon
lei.
(luring dinner, awards will he
<"! ports given mi the
it year. Vft< linner, guests will
i i 'an Can for tin
I VIrs 11> v ii r
i Mrs, liiiiim
p. Mi '. First and Mrs
Beach Student
On Dean's List
A talented M i a m i Beachile.
Sheryl F. Gold, made the Dean's
List at the University of Florida.
Sheryl is active in many of the
university's dramatic and scholas-
ic activities.
She lives with her mother. Mrs.
Ethel Gold, at 10185 Collins Ave.
Sheryl Is majoring in journalism,
and is a sophomore.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its annual donor luncheon
next Wednesday noon in the Cafe Le Can Can Room of the
Carillon Hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Sidney Raffel, chairman
of *.he luncheon, and Barbara Rado, in charqe of publicity.
Hadassah Units
Plan Functions
Over the Week
A breakfast musicale will be
held by the Chai Group of Hadas-
sah at the home of Mrs. Maxwell
Weisberg, 870 NE 178th Ter.. Mon-
day at 9:30 a.m.
Featured entertainment will be
piano selections by Mrs. Pearl
Smith Bassett.
The project will benefit the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization, which
is expanding its work to include
a Kidney Transplant Research
Program.
On Saturday night. 9 p.m.. the
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
host a 'Wild West Night." at the
Amstock Ranch. SW 117th Ave.
and 94th St.
Mrs. Robert Roseman i.s chair-
man.
SHEim GOLD
Purim Assembly
At Young Israel
Rabbi Arnold Richter, education-
al director, has announced that a
special pre Purim assembly will
take place at Young Israel of
Greater Miami on Sunday at 9 a.m.
Participating will be pre-school.
Hebrew and Sunday School chil-
dren.
A play will be performed by
members of the Religious School,
along with a Purim cantata.
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Temple Judea Sisterho id, "ill pre
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I.c.n!er- of t ii e Southeastern
l-l >rida Regii n ol W men's Amen
can <>Ki leaving lo attend a na-
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Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. Detroit,
Mich., from Mar. 14 to 16 are:
Mrs Louis Karon, president:
Mrs Harry Rosenblatt. National
vice president and chairman of the
Natl n.ii Field Expansion Commit
tee lor the Southern area: Mrs
Florence Kupperman, \ice presi-
dent and o member ol the Nation
al Field Kxpansion Committee:
Mrs. George Linden, Maintenance
ORT Training chairman; and Mar-
garet Newman Steam, promotions
chairman and a member of the Na-
tional Field Expansion Committee
Temple Israel
Women's Donor
Temple Israel Sisterhood annual
i1 o n o r n i> slated for
Wednesday noon al the Carillon
;. Mrs, Sidney Raffel is chair-
man.
. lainmem in feature J hn
Glade, tenor Elsa and Waldo, dance
team, and the music of Jacques
Do-net and his orchestra.
Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, gifts chair
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Jei*t> fkrMtor
Friday. March 12
Israel Envoy
To Canada Will
Speak Sunday
Israel's Ambai idor 11 Canada,
Gershon Avner. will be guest speak-
er at a reception in his honor Sun
day, p.m.. at the new YM-YWHA,
SW 8th St.
The Ambassador will speak on
Israel's New Problems." Hersche!
nthal. president of the Greatei
.Miami Y. said that chairman ol the
meeting will be Paul Faske
Mr and Mrs. Faske. alone with
er members and their wives.
will act as hosts and hostesses. Pri-
or to the Ambassador's reception.
there "ill be a tour of the new
grounds and buildings beginning at
2.30 p.m.
Ambassador Avner was born in
1919, and came fo what was ther
Palestine in 1930 at the age of 16.
He had had a long and disting-
uished diplomatic career in the
service of his country. Prior to
his present post, to which he was
appointed in 1963, he was Min-
ister to Sweden
From 1358 to 1960. he was head of
tin American Division in the Is-
rael Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He was also active in 1952 as
chi rge d'affaires in negotiations
]< ading to the release of Jewish im-
migrants to Israel from Hungary
and Bulgaria, and also political
counselor to the Israel Embassy in
ilon.
CANTOR CAUL BfNDfR
W.MIE Moves
Beach Studio
The Miami Beach studios of radio
stations W.MIE and WEDR-FM are
now located on the penthouse floor
of the Blackstone Retirement Ho
tel.
Jacob Schachter. veteran broad-
caster, will use the new Blackstone
studios for his daily. 11 a.m. to
noon, stint over WEDR-FM. and
tor his new Sunday show. "Raisins
Almonds."" over W.MIE from 11:30
a.m. until noon.
Cantor Bender
Due at DiLido
For Passover
Hungarian-born Cantor Carl Ben-
der, who has performed thn
out Europe as both a religious and
concert singer, will officiate at
iver Seder services Friday,
Apr 16. and Saturday. Apr IT. at
the DiLido Hotel, it was announ-
j DiLido President Milton
Sirkin.
A graduate of the Conservatory
ol Music of Budapest, Cantor Hen
dor also studied under the tutelage
ol Ernesto Tempele. of the Vienna
Conservatory of Music, as a re-
cipient of a I'nited Nations Schol-
arship.
When Hungary fell under Nazi
control, he was conscripted for
forced labor in Leningrad. Stalin-
grad and other cities in Russia
and Poland After the war he re-
turned to Budapest and served as
cantor.
He fled to Vienna when Hun-
gary was seized by the Soviet
Union in 1956. After giving sev-
eral concerts throughout Austria,
he arrived in America in 1958
Now an American citizen. Can-
tor Bender has served at Temple
Beth El in Lowell. Mass.. Temple
Israel, of Philadelphia, and Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom. New York.
Currently. Cantor Bender lives
in Miami Beach, where he is in-
structing in voice.
Members of Belles and Buoys aboard the 63-h. ends and all-day cruises to the Keys every
ketch, the Cyanus, at 'he beginning of a cruise Thursday. Open to men and women inter-
on Biscayne Bay. The Miami Beach Sailing ested in sailing, club members may assist in
Club, recently organized with Clara S. Bell as crewing and take sailing lessons from the
s director, plan<: four-hour cruises for week- captain.
LUNCHEONS
WEDDINGS
BANQUETS
FASHION SHOWS
MEETINGS
RECEPTIONS
Call Bob Germain*
for information
Plan yourSext Event at ,J/.
ON THE TRAIL (S.W. 8th ST.) AT DOUGLAS ROAD
Phone 444-5769
and the food is great!
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SERVING AUTHENTIC CH.NESE FOOD!
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Louis Dublin, president of Kneseth Israel Conqreqa*'OE J
sents a check for the Jewish National Fund to Max HecfctJ
Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israeli.
on. Not shown is Milton Kahn. treasurer. Kneseth Israeli
established an annual Jewish National Fund evening,
the JNF programs in Israel are discussed with conqiego
Harry Rosen, member of 'he Jewish National Fund BoaidJ
also active in Kneseth Israel on behalf of JNF. Rabbi \
field recently returned from a tour through Israel wru.
witnessed first-hand the work of JNF.
famlttiBS
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AND
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SPECIALTIES
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Included this week are Grossinger s of ,t,e
Catskills. Luchow's of New York, Chicago's
Pump Room, and other egually popula' and
noted dining spots. Each evening of the *.
you may enjoy a different gourmet
featuring the foods of these restauran-
have entrusted to us their priceless n
less recipes.
THE BAYVIEW ROOM
DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL
""nil ta-te menu.
Serv.ee 6 'o II p.m.

Reservations: F


March 12, 1965
+Jenisii norkUain
Page 13-B
idemy Science
ir Tuesday
[.. n Academy Junior High
F vviH hold its annual
I pair i Tuesday in the
| buildii t 2400 I'ine Tree Dr.
L than i students will have
In chemistry, geology, as-
hy electricity, /oology and
Ina'tics. Rabbi Alexander S.
principal, announced.
fining participants will be
i:e to enter the South Flori-
fcience Fair to b held Mar.
ough 26 at the Dinner Key
lorium. __
:. will be awarded
Hebrew Acad
IT.A
director of
log] al the
,.: i irdiac Hospi-
i
Students Will
Read MegilSah
During Purim services at Beth
David on Wednesday al 7:15 p.m.,
the following students will chant
portions of the Megillah:
Richard Waas, Stanley Gross-
man, Marcia Cypen, Shelley Beer.
Mark Sirull. (harks Silverman.
Elyse Berkowitz, Sonia Miller. Da-
vid Stone. Cynthia Blitt.
introducing the chapters in Eng-
lish will be Barbara Cohen, Linda
Gilbert, Janet Gordon, Deborah
1.ubel. Deborah Nevel. Beverly
Reingold. Gail Rosoff. Riva Sniff,
and Lynn Weinkle,
iudy Garland at Fontainebleau
Judy Garland unexpectedly ar-
rived at the Ft ntainebleau last
Wednesday for a couple of days of
relaxation under the sunshine be-
fore starting rehearsals for her
appearance in the hotel's big La
Ronde on Thursday. The famous
songstress was accompanied by her
fiance.
South Dade Singles
South Dade Singles of Temple
Beth Am will sponsor a party Fri-
day, 8:30 p.m., at 8410 SW 28th St.
Hadassah Group
Celebrates Purim
Morten Tower- Chapter ot II,.-
dassah celebrated the holidays last
week with a Purim festival headed
by Mrs. Leah L'dell in a special
recital of original poetry.
On Monday noon, a Youth Aliyah
luncheon will be held at the Al-
giers Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehman,
of Temple Emanu-El. will be gu-.'-t
speaker. Entertainment will be
headed by the Jensen Children's
Dramatic Group, in addition to Lar-
ry Blue, accordionist and singer.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is president.
MR. ..:> MRS. S.ft.ON
j he; '. the Sci-
ilty ad itfii
irticipating OJffflOLlS Wlil

ROMWELL
{ rOOl MIM1I IUCH- (IWS
Let '' riant' c" I wptfyWon
**# y*SS~***' "'
ES*^^ tanaa
f daily per person INCLUDfS
lenMtocc. $TaiCTlY
116 ot 105 roomj
I to Apr. 15
KOSHft MiALS
An, 3 *. I* Apl.ll, $11*
Any 2 wHtl ) Apr.lS, fIJt*
CANTOR
THEODORE WOLF
Will Cendwct 2 Sederi
And Ot* fer PASSOVfl
[Oioiie lovnoet Mot, 21* TV k
[ room, wlf-porkinfl odjolni Ketil
**J Phon Miami Beach:
Zt 534-2141
0cearat2CthSt .Miami.Beach,fls.
ah cons & mcatio imr. cant i
c
Be Honored Here
Mr and Mrs. Murray Simon will
be honored at a testimonial din-
ner at the Biscayne Terrace Motel
on Apr. 3 by Temple Beth Tov.
The Temple will honor the couple
"for their many contributions to
Beth Tov."
Mr. and Mrs. Simon recently
contributed $7,500 to the Temple.!
Other contributions have included
a memorial plaque dedicated to the i
memory of their departed parents
and son. Tobias, who made the su-'
preme sacrifice during World War j
II. as well as a second memorial I
plaque.
Originally from Atlanta. Ga.. Mr. j
and Mrs. Simon were life members
of the congregation there.
Among their other other chari-
table interests is the City of Hope
at Duarte. Calif.
Temple Beth Tov is formerly
Southwest Jewish Center. Spiritu-
al leader is Rabbi Zevi Greenwald.
Beefster Opens
Catering Dep't.
The staurant, which
le are i al
is Rd. and the Trail, has
opened a complete catering de-
; artmenl I ir | a e partii meet-
ings and other events.
B ib Gei main* Beefster general
manager, will personally head the
lood and catering department al
the Beefster. Germanic has had
some 16 years of experience in the
field, including Wolfie's Restau-
rant, the Carillon Hotel. Parklane
Cafeteria, Castaways Motel and
other local establishments.
Germaine said the Beefster will
set aside three rooms in the two-
story restaurant for private func-
tions. The three rooms will allow
for meetings and parties of various
sizes.
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasion!;
Established in 19AS ,
Famous
PARKING
FACILITIES
1E.I..3M1
MIAMI
BEACH
WASHINGTON AVE.
JZesfeurant
DINNERS SERVED DAILY
4 P.M. to 10 P.M.
I
rnc GEFTER'S
ORAL REEF
Oct.nlr.nl el Mrfc SI.
Miami
KOSHCt
MEALS
IHCIUDCB
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9
CAUMl Alt
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fell) ptr ptUM
Mai. 14. Ast- IS
CO ol 105 rosm)
Ot*. Rim AMkX
S*ll. S|W. Fit-lrte Diets.
No (itn CH*r|t for Sttaks,
ROAits (net Chops.
IRJt 21" TV Sell-Parkini
rl1" iRttrtAinmtnt CttUst
Icunies Orange luitA
Daily PrUrte tseach Pool
MM Inch: SMM3I
Ml PALH1
s HOTEL
RESERVE FOR
PASSOVER
KOSHER
CUISINE
Conducted by
V. NATHAN ROSE
*Mrvji,on: Call JE 1-7381
["he Oc Collins Av..
I" Utoln Rd., Miami Botch
Bernsteins Mark
65th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bendell and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burns honored
their parents. Jane and Samuel
i Bernstein, on the occasion of their
65th wedding anniversary. The
: Bernsteins are visiting from Lon-
don. England, and their daughter.
1 Mrs. Maurice Epstein, came to
Miami from Toronto for the cele-
bration last Sunday at Beth Ko-
desh Congregation.
Their son-in-law. Ben Berloff.
| was also here from London.
The Bernsteins have four more
children living in England, and
they have 20 grandchildren and
live great-grandchildren. Over
fifty of their friends and family
gathered at the celebration.
The Bernsteins have been visit-
ing Miami since October, and are
staving at the home of the Ben
delis. 2603 SW 25th St.
Shoemaker Due
At Gulf stream
Bill Shoemaker, who might
easily be called the "Golden Boy"
of racing, will be at Gulfstream
Park Saturday to ride Rex Ells-
worth's Candy Spots in the S50.000
Donn Handicap. "Shoe" also has
numerous other mounts in rich
stakes later in the meeting, so he'll
be a regular for most of the Ilal-
landale session.
Shoemaker needs no introduction
to Gulfstream patrons, for he has
been highly successful in the past.
He has won three runnings of the
$100,000 Florida Derby (with Cor-
relation, Candy Spots and North-
ern Dancer), two Gulfstream Park
Handicaps (with Round Table and
Gun Bow), and he also won a pre-
vious running of the Donn when
it was a grass stakes, with Tutank-
hamen.
"The Golden Boy" applies to
Shoemaker because of his records
as the jockey with the highest
earnings in the history of the
sport.
BiSCAYNE TERRACE HOTEL
Catering Department
STARLIGHT BALLROOM *
WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS
BANQUETS
STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE
UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN.
CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792
Continental -r. Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
Miami's Only "Shemer Shabbei" Restaurant Quality Par Excellent*
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744
SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS
? Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle!
? Hors d"Oo* BAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen
ROYAL HUNGARIAN 1Ett RESTAURANT
731 Washington Ave. open JE 8-5401
Elegant Catering for Bar Milivahs, Weddings, and all Social Function!
'Holiday on Ice'
Opening night performance Mon-
day. Mar. 29. of "Holiday On Ice"
at Miami Reach Convention Hall.
has been taken over by North Dade
' B'nai B'rith Lodge. Funds raised
will benefit the Sunland Training
Center for Retarded Children.
d;T;a<
TRADITIONAL KOSHER
PASSOVER SEDERS
... under the direction of the Sirkin Family
EVENINGS OF APRIL 16 & 17
*25 per person for both evenings Incl. tax & gratuity
Seder conducted under the auspices of
CANTOR CARL BENDER
' k"b""d Radio Star, Concert Singer and World Famous Cantor
Oie.,y liw, $,rit,|y ob,y.j a Mhgih on Premises
for Reservations: Mr. Teicher Phone: JEflerson 1-5815
The ONLY Oceanfront Hotel on Lincoln Road Mall
and CATERERS
940 71st ST. UN 6-6043
Specialists for Weddings,
Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions
TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER $3.25
ltal Under supervision of Pearl & LouServing the Ultimate in Fine food
18th and Collins JE 8-2040
All New Bill
At the Cinema
Continuing its pattern of offer-
ing fine Yiddish-American enter-
tainment in South Florida, an all
new bill, featuring musical com-
edy star. Jerry Holland, cantorial
and Hebrew-Jewish singer. Cordon
Watkins and novelty instrumental-
ist. Selma Rrower. will open Fri-
day at the Cinema Theatre on
Washington Ave.
Sparked by the talents of im-
pressario, Leon Schacter, and his
actress-wife. Gitel Stein, the seas-
on thus far has brought in a wide
variety of acts, including such re-
cent successes as Japanese Jewish
songstress. Marie Misakura. and
the brilliant Israeli duo, Daniel
and Dimitri.
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
EST. 1943 Under Same Management
SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER
NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
Tin: OLDEST AND ONLY DAIRY RESTAURANT IN DADE COUNTY
^ 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 if
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
<.OIEIH>\ and l0\ I
MiM KOSHER CATERERS
I \W4W from hors d'oeuvrea to a complete buffet
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Safra.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
nxoa
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNlSHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor


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Friday, March 12
J^ar ^Aiitzva/t
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years He :' Be-h
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and in '.963 h-1

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Mrs. Bertha
....
on.
Paul Thomas
evening, .. Paul.
be Bar during
: '. rth
. ll
testi

zen-
Elliot Bigman
Mar. 13.
Elliol f Mr Ira
Eigmar. j2nd Ter will be
Ear Mitzvah at Temple Zion.

Pec.irw GrenwaW
-
_
: n in Mail n
-
ptaia Pa
ttk grade si
Rabbi a- I Mr- Greew i
spor.v ring --.abbat fol-
ice.
Pemr.i the grandda ...hi M
Irs Barw -
*
Frank Tamen

-
it Temple "
eigtal
:
K
will be held at
Park 1
ill bi
an's Hote.
v.y
Iturbi Will Play With UM Orches
Blood Bank
Drive Scheduled
pie Beth Am Brotherhood i-
planning a Blood Bank drive for
S u n d a j. Mar. 21. from 9 am.
Breakfast ill be served
n Ben Clein stat
blood -.vhich is acquit ;.\,.il-
;'ble to all temple member- and
(hairnr-n are Leonard K
Free!

.
and Hot it
herhood.
Brotherhood president Max
Raskin.
DAVID GOtflM
Beach Student
Receives Award
. -: is Miami
Beach Senior High School's dele-
-
the I' 5 Naval Academy, has
ward fr
> Council f South Floi ida.
The n I Mr. and Mrs U .-
rfine \ shore Dr..

- u den t Tra::. S
s taki '
stand getting
. "
He was voted his school's "un-
. K and --udent
Mat
Honor Society He is f
chairman ot the Association ot
(ent Council' Transportation
Committee and a board member of
Temple V up of Greater
Miami.
. rofram dedicated to Finnish
,he ,1l*h
ill be
-
Edvard
r.inor.
With Dr. Fabien Sevitxky con-
ducting, the orchestra will P'*-
rniere a work written especially
for the concerts by American
composer William Grant Still, en-
titled In Memory of Jear Sibeli-
us."
The orchestra al-o will play the
Overture and S>mphony
. .... I : in 195"
at the aze of 91
... irt It nrbi is re-
a comp' : victor.
per^onah-
,.;; as | n ances
anisl
nducti '
foremost traa ar.d
ison perfor-
erts in va i parts

the Ro-
rmiinic. and now is
unent director ol
spain.
born.
si ,
the ne Philhar-
\
meti
- for ar
American
-imultaneou-'.
a*1 four
orcbe
'Figaro' Slated
Here in English
For its t prodadj
the l>w-ij toe OpenJ
of Greater M mi ii)
open,1
Marriage of 1 ^
and Satur- ijr i ... j|Bj
27. at Dade
and Wedr.'--
at Miami Beair. -. :ditonBJ
The Mozart buffa aj|
will be p< rl Tied in I
" !e of 1,
v. ill be the po| Me
Opera Compan;. 'antone.j
Cramm In su| I
Beverly Sills rano;
' n< Franca]
-oprano: Lorenzo V vary. I
Beverly C1 .npra
-.an Ke!!-
Women's league for
. ;
Beach 0<
Punm on Til
p.m tea ar.d
Roney Plaza
Mr- R0S4 L
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University of Miami Symphony Orchestra
FABIEN SEVITZKY
Dirtttor and Conductor
SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 8:30 P.M., MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
MONDAY, MARCH 15, 8:30 P.M., DADf COUNTY AUDITORIUM
Jose ITURBI
HANIS7
TICKETS $2 25 to $5.50 SYM. OFC. MO 1-4960
Players to Repeat
Jolsen Afternoon
"An Afternoon with A] Jo.
a musical drama recently perform-
ed by I Play-
-
the

Mrs
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ning. announced that a special pa-
trons and -pon- -
formed to further enable t!
brew Academy Players in their
dramatic activitie-.
"it it <
The Hottest Comedy of the Yiar Currently on B^eao-aj.
ZACHARY SCOTT RUTH FORD [^
MARTIN MILNER ^-#
*
z-i :-.:>g MARION HAILEY
MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC!
Si^Sr BBELE MACKENZIE
In t*-e GE*T,
Bourcn
MUSICAL
chaioi nexm at umni, Ma*i*r *. a &...
All JOIOAM WAItM ITOIIS
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE
Restaurant* A Art Gallary
3SOC Ma>n H ghwiy, Miami HI B-2581
National Airlines
igns Agreements
%*&
Your OPERA GUILD presents
MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
by r/ozart(Sungin Eng =-)
DONALD GRAMM
Weirspoeti/i Sar ::na
BEVERLY SILLS FRANCES BIBLE
Dad* County Aud. Moo. a Sat.,Mar.22. 27
Miami Beach Aud. Wad., Mar.2*(all at 8:15 pm)
TICKETS: Dad* CountyAud.. Miami Beach Aud.,
AMagro Music House, C.G.. Opara Gjild Off.e*
In a further expansion of in
creased support to the travel in-
dustry". National Airlines has sign-
ed agreements with the Diners
Club and Carte Blanche Credit
Plan. The two new plans boost
National's total travel credit pro-
grams to six
National has also renegotiated
a contract with American Express
to include current or thirty dav
charges.
Charge privileges with National
have been available through Na-
tional's own personal credit, the
Universal Air Travel Plan. Bank
Americard and American Express
The 22nd Annual Concert of the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Choral

PRESENTS THE rVEU-RNOrVN CANT4TA
ESTHER HAMALKE
ti
with (he famous Ttaer LOUIS DONTO as So/o.sf
BARNETT BREESKIN conducting
SUNDAY, rVUXRCH I4th, at 8 P.M.
JEWISH CULTURAL CENTO. 42 L*a*x At., Miomi Bk
KiMf/Wt I St**t4*%~
normandie I parkway
Open I-30 lOoeo 6 45
FOLK DANCERS
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
FOR FUTURE PERFORMANCES
Please Call 532-2337
LEON SCMAChTEB S
YIDDISH-AMERICAN
VArDBViLLE
ON STAGE IN PERSON
FEATURING
JERRY HOLLAND
Internat.ona Sing ng Sta'
JANET BROWER
GORDON WATKINS
Oot'itc Star
lean Schochter 1 Gitel Stein
m Coined,
AND OTHERS

O" Screen
ROSALIND ROSSELL in
"GYPSEY"
CINEMA
12JS WASHINGTON AVE
Matinee Evening"
W 1.25
Cheered orwi honored ot the Cannes
bNEpowa
TKKETS NOW AT BOX OffKI Ot BY MAH!
box office open 10:30 to 9:30
TRtaicoiot* suPctMMvisiON** raoa iratiioi mm m
LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD miami beach ji^
2 performances daily 2:00 I 8:30 tM>
TKKETS ON "SALE AT JORDAN KARSH, MIAMI


lev,
March 12, 1965
-Jet*lsti fhrldlnn
Paqe 15-B
o right are Charles H. Finkelstein, Col. Barton Udell, Mor'on Stubins, James R. Katz-
Ihan B. Rood, Mrs. Eleanor Lipton, actinq man. Sected are Alfred Boas and Mrs. Rob-
-.ra regional director, Mrs. Nathan Gaines, ert Kaplan.
Members of AJCommittee are
wed at Special Reception Here
- dI the American
tte< .' ere honored
\ eption ;it the home
t Hofmayer on
Feb. 28.
Miami Chapter has
is;! ru ;'nits in the past
B i- leeman, chair-
bip, indicated
' is i 'ption was not only
new members to
cal gro ip, hut to give a brief
the program of
amittee'
Dwlng a welcome by Mrs
K Katzman, chairman of
ts and FTeerian, those
png hi ir cports from Mrs.
II Finkelstein, president
| Greater Miami Chapter, who
Bed the Institute of Human
unary Head
liami Visitor
Samuel J. Berman. exec-
director of Beth Jacob;
ers Seminary of America, is
liami con-
tt a drive
ppand the
program,
|tn .1 a c o b
i^ry is ;,
w h e i e
trained
Jcome
!'< a i he rs
traditionally
>ant mo
Rabbi
r,n explain-
RABBI BCRMAN
I Seminary, located in Brook-
ItLi**8 ,s,ablished 26 years
roday, an enrollment of
istudents and a staff of 80
fre occupy three buildings.
hrth branch wiTJ be opened
P*Ptember in the building of
|ung Israel of West Bronx.
Herman said the drive has
of $20,000.
Relations and iis relationship to
the 18 chapters and over i
members oi AJCommitti R
i ipiro, secretary of the I
er Miami Chapter, on "( I
ind Exti emism:" Nathan B.
Hood, past president of the Great-
er Miami Chapter, on Cha
Patterns in Jewish Christian Rela
lion--, resulting from AJCommit-
tee's various textbook studies and
from the Ecumenical Council; Ger-
ald Katcher, member of the Great-
er Miami Chapter Executive
Board, on Social and Executive
Suite Discrimination;" and Alfred
Boas, chapter vice president, who
discussed -Overseas Program of
Committee."
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Ifelvyn B. Frumkes, Dr. and
Mrs. Marvin L. Ilimmel, Robert f.
Shapiro. Mrs Eleanor Lipton, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Kaplan. Mr. and
Mrs. Barton Udell, Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Haber. Dr. J. A. Green-
house, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte.
Col. Nathan B. Rood, Dr. and Mrs.
Morton Hammond, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Stubins. Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Sumberg. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth
New Programs
Set on WVCG
WVCG announces the premieres
of two new programs which join
its growing list of unique radio
shows: "Musicians Off-Stage" at
8 p.m., Sundays, and "Composer's
Birthday Party," at 7 p.m.. Tues-
days. Both programs are 55 min-
uets and in Stereo on FM.
"Musicians Off-Stage" features
a discussion each week with one
of the world's outstanding musical
personalities and stereophonic re-
cordings.
"Composer's Birthday Party" is
a musical salute to composers
whose birthdates are observed in
the current month.
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LARRY'S GARAGE. Inc.
7801 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Treister, Mrs. Rhoda Glasser, Ger-
| aid Katcher. Herbert L. Markow.
Mrs, Nathan Gaines. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Spero
Mr and Mrs Robert Sussman,
Mrs. Anita Treister. Mr and Mrs
Herman VV'epman, Mrs. Hortense
LaGuette. Mr and Mrs. Petet
Wolf, Dr. and Mrs Ed Fox, Mr.
and Mrs Max J Bennett, Mr. and
Mrs Barl Cohen. Vlfred Boas, I>>-
and Mr> Nathan Glover, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert F. King, Mr and
Mrs Arthui En ;land Jr. Dr and
Mrs. Leonard Silvcrman. Dr. and
Mrs Philip Weinstein Jr., Mr. and
Mrs Robert B Levin, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein. Mrs
B. F. Finkelstein. Mr and Mrs. Da-
vid B. Flecman.
Beach Rabbis
At Conference
I Two Miami Beach rabbis will be
among the guest speakers at the
20th anniversary convention of the
Southeast Region of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America to be held this weekend
in Savannah. Ga.
Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual
' leader of Congregation Knesseth
Israel, will address the convention
on Saturday.
Rabbi Berel W'ein, of Beth Is
rael Congregation, will speak on
Friday.
Some 400 delegates represent
ing synagogues in Alabama. Ar-
kansas. Florida, Georgia. Mississip-
pi, North Carolina. Louisiana and
Tennessee, will take part in the
three-day regional conclave of the
UOJCA. the national organization
serving 3.100 Jewish congregations
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Featured among the nationally
prominent personalities who will
address the convention is Moses 1.
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gregations.
Jack Gordon
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Ben Swire, chairman of the I.
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Jack D. Gordon will lecture on
Tuesday. 8 p.m., at 1545 SW 3rd St.
Gordon is a member of the Dade
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Hosts for the evening will be
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Miami Beach Workmen's Circle
Branch 1059. celebrating their 35th
wedding anniversary.
The Golds moved to Miami
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yean ago.
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Ala. Police
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By Special Report
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith Wednesday called upon
President Johnson, Attorney Gen
eral Nicholas dcB. Katzenbach, and
Leroy Collins, director of ihe Com-
munity Relations Service of the
Department of Commerce, to "in
yoke federal power" to insure the
I rotection of Negro American cit-
izens in Alabama.
In telegrams to the three men.
signed by Dore Senary, ADL na-
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"The shocking spectacle of hel-
mets and gas masked troopers
attacking defensless Negro Amer-
ican citizens gathered for a
peaceable demonstration is a blot
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they cannot and will not imple-
ment federal constitutional
guarantees.
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the rights they are sworn to pro-i
tect. They have demonstrated that
there is an immediate need for in-
voking the federal power to insure
the protection of the right of all
citizens guaranteed in our Consti-
tution to assemble peaceably to
petition the government for redress
of grievances. Your record in de-
fense oi freedom and equal rights
persuades us thai the federal gov
ernmenl will nol stand by while
Americans engaged in peaceful pro-
test j. linsl denial of their right W
\ ite, ;; righl guaranteed by the Civil
i> Vets in the enactment of
which you played so \ ilal a role,
is flouted."
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wiseheart)
KMKRITA FELIPE,
Plaintiff,
v.\rn\i>' MARIA FELIPE.
11, i.ii,i..iii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE
III". I.iil.i* ette \\ eiiuc
Apt. So. ::
Bronx, New York
Vof aim: HKREBY notified that
ii f, iin i>Li in i for Divorce lui- li,'eii
filed ,iu.,i"--i you, and you are herabj
rei|iiii-ed i" wrve u copy of n>ur an-
Bwer i" tii.- Complaint "ii the Plain-
tlfff attorney, i.kstkii RtMiURS.
nhoxe nddreHM is '.:: N.W llili SI I,
Mian I, i'l"' Ida, and file the orhtinul
[of Hi.- Anawer In il.....rflce of the
i i, rk ol the Kleventli Judicial Cin ull
In mid for Bade County, Pkirlda, "ii
or I., fon i he 13th da) of April. IM,*i,
in defaiill of iii.li ili>- "omplalnl win
;.. in i.. ii .i- ..in. ~s.-.l b) you.
I \ (-1:i > iiiis Dth ,l:tv of March, 1983.
i: b, l.i: \i'iii:i:.M.\.\
i i, i k of the Circuit Court
laeal) By: C P, COPBUAND
3 li-lv-36, I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2613
MELA NA88I,
Plaintiff,.
\ >.
RALPH NA88I,
Iiefi-ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RALPH NAB8I
Avenlda I', Ko. "<7 Sur
TUuana II. C, Mexico
TOD ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce ims been
filed against you, and you are hereby ,
required to ierv a oopy of your an-
wer i" lh Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs attorney, L.B8TER ROGERS,
whose addresa is IDS N.W. Ilih Btreet,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of tin- \i.-wi-r in the office of the I
Clerk ol Mi. Eleventh Judicial Circuit
in and for Dade County, Florida. ""
or before the 13th daj of v i i II, 1965,
In default of which the Complaint "ill
i b) you
i a it:; thin i> 111 daj of
191
E B LEATHERMAN
Clei k i,t the Circuit Oourl
(seal) B) : C. P. COPBLAND
:; 12-19-36, I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC 2419
IN RE: i 'nance ..f Same of
OSCAR MO.NZoX V FERNANDEZ
Minor Child of
i'AK.mi-v PKRNAN'DEZ SCHNEIDER
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Jl'1.11' Ml > W.i i\
Address t'nknown and
I., others whom ii may concern;
Xmi iii- i- hereb) given by the un-
dei-signed Petitioner, OSCAR MON-
Zi IX Y I KRXAXDEZ, minor I
CARMEN hKRNANDEZ SCHNEIDER
and ll' l.li i Mi iXZi iX, |i
i. -i.l. nii.il
-1 a sir.. i. in Ih-
fit> of Miami l leach, Badi O
Florida, Inti nds to apply to tin
arable Raj Judge ol

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he hall thereafi
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abovi date, ivith CARI. EDWIN l.ir-
Ti '\. Ittoinej Petitioner, I4'i9
N.I-: I9th Avenue, Xorth
Bench, Florida.
Dated al Miami, Florida. It
daj ol Man h A I. I.....
CARL KI'WIN" LIPTON
A' lorne) for Petitioner
18499 N 17 19th Ivenui
Xorth Miami Beach, Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66282A
IN RE! Estate -f
ROBE SCHWARTZ, a k a ROSE
KLEIN SCHWARTZ, u k i ROSE
KLEIN.
I. i'i-.-i sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Alt Persona Hav-
ing fiainis or Demands Against Said
Sal iti
you are hereby notified and re-
Muiri-il ti> present nnj claims and de-
mands Which you may have a(
the estate of ROBE SCHWARTZ,
ii k .i ROBE KI.KIN Sl'HWARTZ,
a k a ROBE KLEIN deceased lati of
i hi,i>- County, I'lmi.ia. to the County
Judges of Had.- County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes. In
their offices In the Count} Courthouse
in Bade County, Florida, within .-i\
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, oi the same
will be hatred,
Dated at Miami, Klorlda, this Mb
,la\ ni March, A.D. 1965,
JACOB IIAVNAI.
ROBE BERKOWITZ
Ai- Executors
First publication of iliis notli n
Hi,. I Jili da) of March, 198
Simon, Hays C (Irundwerg
Attorne} s foi ICstate
mil Alnsli j Building
Miami. Florida 33182
FR 1-651 -
:: 12-19-16, 4 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66282A
IX RE: Estate of
RUSE SCHWARTZ, a k a ROSE
KI.KIN BCHWARTZ, B k a ROBE
KLEIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF KlXUllUA:
TO AM. PERSONS INTERESTED IN"
TDK ESTATE OF s.\ll> DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a Writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said deca-
dent ha.- been admitted to probate
In said Court, You are hereby Com-
manded within six calendar months
from the flute of the first publica-
tion of this notice to appear In said
CoUfl and show cause, if an> yOU call.
why the action of said Court In ad-
mitting said will to probate should
nol siand unrevoked.
W K 111.AN'I'i IN
l 'mint v Judge
(seal) By: Lois P. Pastorfleld
Clerk
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the 12th da) ol March, I
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PERSECUTION DOESN'T HURT
[Jewish Floridian Haman Was More
Than Wicked: He
Was Quite Stupid
) [^Florida. Friaay. March 12, 1965
Section C
**mt
i i i c i brated with
des an: Ph -to shows a iloct
.ui
Shushan."
VAR'ATHW.S ( i POPUIAR HOLIDAY
joy reigns in the C. / oi
niversal Lesson of Purim
fas International Flavor
By SAUL CARSON
h will he mark-
a id Thurs-
the reading of
: i. to the
blieed" to
' lint hi nan no
m b-
and
.," V.tr
esec
ntocol. Hero.
v ith great
la-i all
' I lie [re-
rl
' 'tdka and
- ovilz and
False Charges

f

ui ib ason,
II HI Pur m
ir i ho!i-
ii ternational
There is a
a \l roc< n
i-i '
i.t. There
Purim we know
12th mouth
nclar. eorres-
all) to February or
ui us ol an older
o about Shu-
ll"""- "hen the Jews of
capital, Susa, still
' nefen I tin
nitc
I !
I

Ives
mi
and had
ses against
lev-
his
...... .>i.-. a I
;' ,a"'te aggressors. Bui
^minders of other fasti-
''"I Purim "
"t: That's the name ol a
*""''rated b) Persian
.''' '-''van 2. 4t seemed
'';"" Abu al-Hasam, had
'',,',l lo Islam
rharg
. mity He had
. ha : Iv.mi eonv'eteil
Jsrabbmical court ol
:'" i eat Finally.
ft a confession, ad
I were
''""" Shiraz celebrates
*nt deliverance.
Wthat'ihgr,eed! p*8ha h;"'
L .''" lhe Jew deUver an
" '" mono with,,,
three day.- or face slavery or
death by tire. The Jews simply
could not raise the sum and were
reconciled to their fate. But just
before the expiration ol Ihe dead-
line, a Jewish watchman al the
town gate found the entire --inn
in a window. The (a h was turn-
ed over i" the pasha, and the
commun'ty was saved What had
hi | pened? The pasha himself
confessed later that he had
placed the money at the gale, lie
had been visited in a dream by
Hi- Hebrew patriarchs Abra-
ham, Isaac and .latch who
wai nod him "i dire \ en sea nee il
he did nol rci okc his decn
Al Nirbonne, Pui im is Cel '
brated as the da) (Adar 21)
v hen the J w w re saved fro-n
an att lek bj the Chrisi a is \\
ossa, Shebal 17 and 18 c I
the lifting ol another
threat Here, m.o her J i
re i i le hi I told the k>ng thai.
the .' vs ca rie I the Holy
s rolls in '> pai ade honoring the
eh II :" i m o \ d the
i archmenls. Evidently, thai was
i -I pi ol ablj "' c.i the .lews
did not want to des -crate the
parchments b< taking them oul
ol the house ol wi rship
The king set a trap he wo 'I I
have his nun examine the scrolls
carried in the next Jewish pa-
ra le. That was done The Jews
trembled. But, behold, the parch
meets really were inside the
ca.vings. How did that happen"
The prophet Elijah himsell had
put the parchments there.
Purim of Ec'om
ian inquisitory powers. Portugal,
is celebrated in Morocco Hi re.
a Pprtuguesc expedition which,
il successful, would have en-
dangered il lives of the J
was defeated in 1578.
CIc'Fashionad Purim
There are Purim eclchrati ns
commemorating similar Jewish
from potential h ilo
eausts in Frankfurt, Germany,
and in Buda. where the Je -
helped Tie Turks defeat Chris-
tians in i()84. 'I': i- a Purim
in Florence. Italy, celebrating
the deliveiancc ol Ihe Jos iron
mob attack a bishop helped
that tine. Ann there is a Purim
named alter a pirate a dead
o c l Ii lellow, r.amed Borghel,
ti.i ., o annlhilal tit
Oi !': poll, ba< k ii. I : ul
I ,i !., to a bad end.
I here are even "fa nib Pur-
;. i ,, le alii is iuiiik d aftei'
. |, oinuicnt Judeo G rman
. s
mi si
old-
can
on a
But the I i because
familial' ol Purims is the
ioned one. Here, one
drink to the fact
that -
e,e< k when there is nothing more
il I,, oi) one can write
aboul Purim L'chayim.

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
We say how wicked Hainan
"as. but really he was worse
he was stupid. He had become
Prime Minister. So why should
a Prime Minister make a whole
Mcglllah ol it because one poor
Jew, Mordecai, refused to bow
" ore him? why seek to des-
troy a whole people on that ac-
count' is that the act of a smart
p< r-on'.'
The Talmud says that before
becoming Prime Minister. Hi
man had been a barber. It may
be that in his barber days, Mor-
decai patronized the shop across
the street lor his haircut and 11a
man couldn't forget it
Anti-Semitism is a bad lWn,
ol course, but sometimes a little
persecution doesn't hurt lake
the Chinese Years ago. it was
hard for a Chinese to gel a job.
So what did the Chinese in Amer-
ica do? The) opened laundries
and (leaned up.
All Those Poppy Seeds
,: :!< how much we Jews owe
to Haman, We could not have
this delightful holiday of Purim
without him We wouldn't have
the appetizing Hamentashen. in
e.uli Hamentash, I have read.
there are 6.500 or maybe it was
16.500 popp) seeds, I don't re-
member exactly which Think ol
that in a single Hamentash.
I here is all of this delight, and
I estimate thai when 1 was a
child. 1 must have put away at
least a dozen On the one day of
Purim, so that alone I must have
consumed between a hundred
thousand and half million poppy
se ids as the cro flies.
And besides the Hamentash.
there is the "shalach mones,"
the practice of sending gifts oi
fruits and dainties to one an-
other on Purim. My lather told
mo that the onl) time he ate an
orange was on Purim, when the
Family got a whole orange for
"shalach mones
And consider all the joy that
Purim brings to children. They
are even given special noise
:- akers and encouraged lo make
noise. And the children knock
on every door and sing:
Today is Purim, tomorrow il
will be xone
Give me a p< nny and I will
leave > ou alone
Needing Change
The only ones w ho lose out on
Purim are the prohibitionists
Their fate is indeed sad, for the
'Talmud tells us that on Purim.
n is deemed a Mitzvah, a virtu-
ous act. to drink and not onl)
to drink, but to gel drunk. One
should drink, the rabbis tell us.
until one cannot distinguish be-
tween the sentence Cursed be
Hainan" and the sentence "Hies
sed by Mordecai it requires
A form for baking Hame i-
tashen. Poland. 19th cen-
tury.
.. good deal ol drinking to i e ich
tl at point.
A Jewish proverb has it that
on Purim. no cue i- sober except
the town drunkard. When every-
one is drinking, he of course .. -
no joy out of it. so he lays of I ol
it. which show, that Purim i a
ood thing for him too He n
the change.
On Purim. there ar i the Pill 111
spiels. There are the masquer-
ades. It is carnh al time in
Jewry Its slogan is, Let jo) be
unbounded."
And to think, we owe il all to
one little*anti-Semite, one stupid
fellow who should have stuck to
barbering.
Purim Minstrels
At Emanu-El
Junior Players oi Temple Emanu-
El will present a musical entitled
"The Punm Minstrels" al Temple
Emanu-El's annual Purim assem-
bly on Sunday. 10 a.m.. in the
Main Sanctuary.
Youngsters of t h e Religious
School will join the traditional
costume parade All participants
will receive prizes, with special
awards for besl costumes. The
Purim Minstrels was written and
directed by Trixie l.cvm, with urn-
i al accompaniment by Millie Drat-
zar.
Nursery Department, at :7th St.,
wiil hold its Purim part) during
classes on Wednesda) al 9:30 a.m.
Nursery-Kindergarten Departmcnl
of t li e Solomon Schechter D a ;
School will mark the da) ith oul
i r games and activities folio ed
by a Purim Seudah lunch
Oratory Contest
Sided for Boys
Coral Gables Optimist Ciun will
sponsor its annual oratorical con-
i. -i for boys under 16 on Apr, l at
Ihe lirlinei Motel, 1155 \\\ 24 St,
Winner of the contest will ad-
\anec to Ihe zone pOSSibl) On to Ihe national C i!
test.
Applications may be obtained
from Ainslee ii. Ferdie. 2315 >w
LeJeune Rd., Coral Cables.
-
-
We go on and on and on.
Purim of Cairo marks the
when an Egyptian army ofl
charged with carrying oul
mini
Tin-
day
cer,
a
massacre i t Jews, had been
Inated The Purim ol E lorn
commemoi ates th sinking ol a
Spanish im asi n fleet which was
to attack Algiers, with its lare
Jewish population, in 1541 What
happened there? The fleel was
sunk, due to a storm thai look
place in resnons to pr.ivc* hv
Solomon hen Simeon Duran. A
.similar defeat for one of the Iber
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stem ioda> and lv- wender
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good, good people
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North to Miami Weinstein at
xeoded a combuiatior. grade and
high school on the spot where
loday the mair. pos' office build-
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another .\fter eraduation Sfce:.'
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he aier through the fores;,
a young fnead who kne* a nice
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SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
Wol's Kasha
BmdcM art' that for the Purim
[day vou will '* ,0 serve a
-I hoi bowl ol soup to your fam-
[For a special treat, you might
[chicken soup with Kasha, and
to use Wolff's Kasha, a
itioij to Jewish homes for gen-
QBi The basic kasha recipe
i follows:
I csf beaten
I cup Wolff's Brown
! Buckwheat Groats
14 cup shortening
[teaspoon salt
ps water
eggs, (in>ats and salt,
dium-size frying pan, melt
Sin in Groat mixture
water; bring to boil. Cook,
lb covered, over low heat 13
Makes 4 servings
?m a> a vegi table, with
I nto hot soup
1 di d aboi e.
. lokbook filled
1 rn meals
1 your name
I ess to Phyll Wolff, Penn
I
Jraei Tray froii Planter's Oil
sen e <>n the
I ible linen, the
r\ice, the heirloom
I i [he rabbis tell us.
the Sab-
. beautiful
1
Oil a making ;i
Shabbos"
n e
I tivi Ij inscrib-
over the
) lights
Guild
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\ mi, Tov
it on your
s ;
., d< ..
in-law,
a special hostess. For at this price. 1
it really is a gift If you were to '
buy this Israeli import in a store. |
it would cost approximately!
double. But by a very special ar- j
rangement. the makers of Planters 1
Oil are able to offer it to you for
only S4.50. plus the label or part
of the label from any size bottle |
of Planters Oil.
So next time you are shopping '
or making a grocery order, get a
bottle of Planters Oil Send the
label or part of the label together
with $4.50 in check or money or-!
der and your name and address, to
Planters Oil, P.O. Box 724, Tren-1
ton, N.J. The offer is such an at-
tractive one that the response from
' Jewish homemakers has already
1 been very enthusiastic. Since the
' supply is limited, you're wise to
i act as soon as possible. You'll be
very pleased with this handsome,
handcrafted Sabbath Candle Tray,
yours with the compliments and
good wishes of the makers ol Plan-
ters oil.
Yuban Coffee
Purim i> ;i merry holiday mid a
id time t<> offer your familj and
guests an extra measure ol pleas
ure bj si them Yuban Coffee,
the premium coffee of General
Foods.
As you might expeet, Yuban
costs a little more than regular
coffee, ixit the difference in taste
is more than worth the difference
in cost The taste tells you that
in re is a coffee made from the
pick cif the coffee beans, aged
carefully, deep-roast( d, and blend
ed artfull) to -\\<- you a flavor
that can't be matched. Yuban Is
100 percent Colombian Coffee,
Your com pan) will ask you for
second and third cups when you
serve Yuban Coffee, so be sure to
make enough toi all those coffee
lot 11> in the crowd.
Yuban Is available in regular
and instanl 11 > both, and you'll
quickly realize that you can't mi
or serve a bettei 1 ip ol coffee,
holida) tune or an) ti
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
The name ol Kraft stands tor
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one product that has no trouble
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delphia Brand Cream Cheese. This
taste treat is delicious on its own
and also lends itself to a variety of
serving ideas.
This Purim. make the whole day
! a festive one by catering to the
holiday appetites of your family.
What better way to start the holi-
| day than with a hearty combin-
, ation like cream cheese and lox on
I a fresh bagel'.'
For lunch, let the kids and Dad
, make their own favorite sandwich,
starting with Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, of course. It's great with
| jelly or olives or tomato slices or
; any one of a dozen ways.
For dinner, Mother can use cream
cheese in a variety of canapes or
for a special occasion, such as
Purim. she can make a rieh
creamy cheese cake. For these
and other recipes, look on the back
of the Philadelphia Cream Cheese
package. Naturally, you should
look on the front of the package
first and make sure you see the
red circle. That tells vou it's from
Kraft
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Seagram's V.O.
Life is filled with many line
hours, both in the course ol an
average day. and on special occa-
sions such as weddings, Bar Mitz-
rahs, Briths, and the many joyous
holidays such as Purim. These
"finest hours" call for something
I to otter your friends and
family, and Seagram's \ 0. is the
perfect answer
Seagram's V.O., Canadian whis-
ky at it's very finest, has just the
right combination ol flavor and
aroma with a color and clarity
that are most pleasing to the eye.
It is these qualities that have made
am's V o. cherished by
"mayvinim" all over the world.
For Purim gift-giving, nothing
will give more pleasure to the re-
cipient than a liottle oi Seagram's
V.O. Your giving it marks you
as someone who appreciates the
finer things in life. You're in good
company with Seagram's V.O.,
which is known by the company
it keeps
Switzerland Swiss
Often imitated but never i
cated is Switzerland Swiss cheese.
There are many Sv iss i *i pses on
the market, but it yen know qual-
ity, then you surely know that
nothing equals the true flavor and
taste ol Swiss cheese from Switzer-
land. A product of centuries of
Man-hip and the most strict
qualit) controls, Switzerland Swiss
is KM) percent natural. It con-
tains no chemicals or ioocl colon
If you have special company
coming for Purim. your evening
will get off to a fine start if you
serve the following Swiss Dip:
Swiss Dip
Add Switzerland Swiss cheese.
finel) grated, to sour cream. Add
finely chopped olives, onions, and
pimento. Salt and pepper to taste,
dust with paprika. Serve with
crackers and melba toast.
Remember that when it comes
to Swiss cheese, anybody can
make the holes, but only the Swiss
make the flavor.
Mild Vel Liquid
The Purim holiday, with all the
testive entertaining, is sure to cre-
ate a great deal of activity in Jew-
ish kitchens around the world. All
this activity will lead to a heap of
pots, pans and dishes that must be
, cleaned.
Vel Liquid from Colgate-Palm-
j olive is. the best bet to do this ,
chore for many reasons. Vel cuts I
grease fast and shortens the time .
you have to spend at the sink.. Vel ;
is certified Kosher and Parve, so i
'you can use it for both meat and i
' dairy dishes. AJso important, Vel
is- mild on the hands, so your t
f guests will never be able to tell;
I that your hands were deep in dish-1
water all day.
For your dishwashing machine,
try Vel-o Matic. It washes every-
thing party clean, and even glass-
ware needs no extra polishing.
To get your house ready for the
holidays, you can rely on Ajax i
Powder with instant chlorine
bleach to help get those tough .
cleaning jobs done. All of these
products come from the Colgate-
Palmolive Company, a name you
know you can trust
Tetley Te*
Smart housewives will be ready
lor Purim entertaining just as they
are every year. These are the oih -
who serve and enjoy Tetley Tea
every season of the year. Tetley
Tea. like the enjoyment it brings,
knows no season n s part of the
-line no matter what the weather.
For many folks, wintertime is
the favorite time to enjoy Tetley
Tea. and their reasons are mighty
sound. Nothing will take the chill
off taster and more pleasantly
than a cup of piping hoi Tetle)
Tea Tetley Tea is the only tea
with the famous "tiny little tea
leaf" flavor, and you get the same
hearty taste cup alter cup.
It's no wonder that Tetley Tea
is the tea drinker's tea. and the
favorite of Jewish families every
where. If you are not a tea-drink-
er, all the more reason to try Tet-
ley. You'll find it a welcome
change from your regular drink,
and you'll know you are drinking
the best tea money can buy.
Domino Sugar Tops
Domino Sugar needs no intro-
duction to Jewish housewives be-
cause it has been a tradition in
Jewish homes for generations.
With Purim approaching, it
would be a good idea to take a
quick check of all the Domino pro-
ducts to make sure your home is
well-stocked with these fine items
that are invaluable in your kitchen
and on your table.
Heading the list is Domino granu-
lated sugar, a "must" for your hot
coffee and tea. Confectioners 10X
Powdered makes good baking even
better. Take your choice of Dom-
ino Light Brown or Dark Brown
Sugar, but don't try to make can-
died sweet potatoes without one or
the other.
Finally, for your Purim holiday
table, take your pick of Crystal
Domino Tables or the Hostess Tab-
lets that add a party look to all
hot beverages. When it's Domino
Sugar, you're sure it's pure.
Maxwell House
Maxwell House Coffee, long a
favorite in Jewish homes, is the
perfect beverage to top off your
Purim holida y dinners. The
makers ol Maxwell House are old
hards ii, the art ol blendin|
fee, and tin results ,,i man) years
oi perfecting the best possible
blend is apparent with your first
sip.
Mother will want to keep a fresh
pot on the stove so that when the
holiday cooking is done and the
Hamentascben are cooling by the
window, she can relax with a good
cup of col lee
Then late at night, when the last
guest is gone, and the children are
all tucked iii bed. mother and fa-
ther can keep the holiday glow
alive by chatting over their tinal
cup Of Maxwell House Collee.
So at Purim. and all year
through, make your guests feel
truly "al home" by serving them
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Doral Invitational Features Stars
: IliOl
exercises of the Bureau of Jewish
show (left Ic right) Harold Thuiman,
ceremonies; Louis Schwartzman, ex-
.rector; Joseph Cohen, president ol
the Bureau; Rabbi Jonah Caplan. representing
the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association;
and Arthur S. Rosichan, representing the
Greater Miami Jewkh Federation.
PGA Champion Bobby Nichols
has added new lustre to the grow-
ing list ol goll greats scheduled
to tee >>if this week in the fourth
annual Doral Invitational al the
Doral Countrj Club Hotel in Mi-
ami.
In addition, Sam Snead, fresh
from hi secoi d consecutive victory
PGA Seniors, also signed for
; return go al the $12,000 to]
Nil hols and S ne u in Jack
Nicklau j I Lgljnai it already
' n I in the tourn iment
M o hi i' n i a i y ac< eptances are
awaited from Gary Player and Bil-
ly Ca iper, two oul ol three time
Doral winner.
Also entered in a star-studded
field aie Bert Yancey, Douj; San
ders, Phil Rodgers, Gary Bauer,
Tommy Aaron. Rex Baxter, George
Archer. Rutch Bainl. Ron Punseth,
Hob Goalby. Lionel and .lav lle-
bert, Bob Rosburg, Dick Sikes,
Sikes, l-'rank Bean!. .lack Rule
Tom Nieporte.
Ac or Frai k Strafaci, "II look-.-
ill ;r ain 1)'' favored
he I i r to tee ofl
; loi ida loi n iment."
Rabbi Levi Will
Speak Tuesday
'i he R : the Syna
day in Israi I" will be the topi
Rabbi Eliezer A Levi's lecturi
Tin sday evenii .:i B e t h I
Congregation
The '.) p.m. lecture follows clashes
ii. n 'iin .-. and Bible held at 8 |
The adult education courses
held in conjunction with the
reau of Jewish Kdncation.
Shriver Praises Jewish
Role in the Peace Corps
riin S. Saxon, Miami
each attorney, was recently
?iectd chairman of the Met-
ropolitan Darie County Per-
f I tel Advisory Board.
jScxcn is a former Miami
Beach Pence detective and
ormer city prosecutor for
(forth Miami Beach.
ksvid Pimki Folk
fchoo! Party
h'lirim i, lebrated by the
Folk School on Tues-
i Farband Center,
f Ion Ave
I si hool will sing
1 I'urim, accom-
I at the j ian i in Aida Yaslo
principal of t he
-' in the program.
I Hebrew folk songs
stein. Trad lion
then will be served
WASHINGTON i.ITAi I!
Sargent Shriver, director of the
Office of Economic Opportunit>
ar.d founder ol the Peace Corps.
I old a national conference on
Judaism in pursuit of economic
|ustice" this week that Jews have
performed an outstanding role in
both the war on poverty in the
United states and the Peace Corps
abroad
He commended the conference,
conducted by the Religious Ac
iions Center of the-Union ol Amer
lean Hebrew Congregations, He
cited the words of Maimonides
pertaining to the highest degree
of charity the sth degree the
anticipation of poverty by creat
ing jobs am! opportunity.
Mr. Shriver said Jews are now
active as Peace Corps volunteers
in lour Arab nations despite pre
didioi s in uashington that the
i ips anti-bias policy would keep
I out ol Moslem lands. In Soma
a, he said, he met an orthodox
Jewish l'i a c c Corpsman who
voi > a yarmalka among ihe Arabs
He said the man and his wile:
';. i''! a house with Egyptians and
lui a valuable job for the Peace
Corp< while openly practicing liis
ludaism. In another Arab country,
said Mr. Shriver, two Jewish vol-
unteers were among the most ef-
fective workers, although the
corps generally had experienced
roubie u ith the Arabs on other
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AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
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Cantor Israel KersHner.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con-
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PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfold. Cantor George Goldberg.
K'l'i.r. '". p.m. Sermon: ''Purim s-t-
.;. Onc-e shabbat hosted by Mis.
rlarvnina RoaenhpFsj in honor of her
blrthda; Saturday 9 a.m MincM
B:30 j in.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabb
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday 7:43 pi" I'n in *e ^ .-'
im.ii "Purim for our Ma>rm
--------
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Roconstroctionist. Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
llob.
PrMay s pin. Harmon "AfcbltAotn ol
C.ns-i vmUv, Jodaiam." Saturday
l"::ln am Sermon; "Th. s.-il.i-atli ,'f
j I K. in- nibra
^_ a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
dross
i"-i.ln\ i>n Siinini.'t'. a.m. Mm, ha
i li.lll.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor' Beniamin Ben-Ari.
Friday > r. p.m. Srrmon: '"rii- l' r t<< U.-nii'Tnl.-.r Mr. Klya l.nc-
fur arlll rjnveil the Ijnafdr Meinorlal SPAELITE center. 3175 SW 25th
""",:- :' '" ;"'l: '! *"*> "" St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
' w nnaresratlon :! M.-ni Sun T Sw;rs|tv Cantor Louis Cohen
a-olf and l Si-hato-olf will "*'"" ---------- *-ou'* *-onen
hnst th. (meg Shaliliat in innor of Frroaj :"" ami s:i n.iii. S.-inum:
hla bh-thda 13 am Bab- Impromptu Anawla. Onea Shabbat
I i.l It. membrane. Si-rmun boated bj Uoni Stein Slaterh.....I Sat-
Shnll We n-m-ni'.r unlay :4j a.m. Sermon: portion ol
the Week." Mineila J:S0 p.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1SB0O NW
ETHMOSHE CONGREGATION.------------ | 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
13630 W. Dune Hwy. Conservative. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Rabbi Richird Marcoviti. Cantor SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. \fi i,ia\ s:3h p.m Si-rmon: "Hainan.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Hitler, Xaaw-i !>.:-. i... in iln- t;.-ii-
.iii.l % ::.i p.m I'loalim H*i "'' BMaalj l!\. Conioim I'L
day nlsrhi foi
Kerninn "Man and Hi- Sui liifi
Mil a 3:4.3 p m.
Seymour Hinkes.
i: 13 p.i Purim
>ni -- Shabl in -. d by
i in.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
OrthoJox. Ralph Kneger, secre-
tary.
e
BETH TFILAH 93; Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
o------
ETH TORAH '64111 St .ind NE 11th
Ave. Co-serv n,ve Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
. : m
K 4." -ii of
I : i nil Ine>.
?ii of M
lb: Car}-,
aon !' Mr and U Fred I
.. non of Mi hi Mi- Koberi
Germ
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi L-avid Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Krlday 3:Sn and t:Sii p m Satui day
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Krlday S:IB p.m. Sermon: What Does
Separation of Churvh and Htate Mean
to Vou." Kactirdny |n:43 : in rial
Mltxvah: Alan, non of Mr and Mi-
Muurii Pull n k; William, >..n o( Mr,
ami Ah-. Juek I'utii'Hhon,
i-li 111.....I. i im i hoi by
nod Sal rday a.m. Jun-
.i i i.'ii.
TEMPLE BETH TOV 64J8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
' 11.111. .-Ml
II in -. "Whal l< ml of i "IMetal Had
I.....,;..,I Vnk ol I'n?" Mltxval I I _.
m ------ I .,n,l Mi> /.. | ,;,. .
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Saturil .,, ,,|
Washington A\e. Orthodox. Rabbi ''Ii' u
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conse vativr. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
1 "l'l.i\ -
i i .. Ml'7 i: m iluuah-
' I I May '. 1". an.l
I'm tlon o N
Hi. u ;, Mim ha 3:43 | Ka
Abraham Strissfeld.

DHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man
------a------
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
i'i iiiny :, p.m. Saturday R:S0 .i m Ser-
mon: "The Lord i"alli ,i to Mom "
---- -
TEMPLE EMANL-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave Conservative Ranbi Irving
Lehrman. Can-o- Zvi Adler.
I mi : \
VAYR1KA God called to Moses from th.
and revealed the sacrificial laws The burnt-off,
-i-t of a male animal without blemish: if it h. ,
to be a turtle dove or a young pigeon. The purpose of ftj,,
int. which was to be completely burned, was to make atorm
for evil thoughts.
The meal offering was to consist of fine Hour raw
or stewed, generally intended as a free-will offering The i
offering, of cattle or sheep, either male or ferni i wn n
free-will offering, or vow. offered in the name ol a familv
sin-offering was intended to make amend-, foi sins cornrs1*
by error.
Different categories of individuals and groups werettaji
rifice different animals lor sin-offerings Th, ..noinied uwl
and the congregation offered a young bullock, the prince )J
goat, a common person a she-goat. The person who touchecal
unclean object, or failed to keep a vow. must bring a
Iamb or a female goat for a sin-offering; and if he could [
afford either, he must bring two young pigeons or turtle rin
the first as a burnt offering, the second as a sin-ofl
A ram served as a guilt-offering in the ease nf a viola
of a negative c Thou shalt not") commandment, or in casesj
theft of articles set aside as holy.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Lawn|
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Js*ia|
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publither nl
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Neil
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing thev*kmi|
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Chassidism Can Meai
Bright Future for I si
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con- Prlila} 1:13 |..lll Sel ilioli 'The \
servative. iO?5 NE :83rd St.. Miami I lean Student In Revolt
Gardens Ril Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
, in Sermon
in?" II.im Mlntvnh
. :.

mtl Mi-.
i .-., i irdaj H-43 n.m
CUBAN HEBREW CRCLE OF Ml- Sermon: "Furini.''Holldaj ..I M K.
A TASTE OF HEBREW
18
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH
Shalom, Miriam, v.her* arc vou
going?
I am going horn*.
I have finished my work.
Where do you work?
I have worked up to now
in an office, but I left
the work I job) a month ago. '
Where do you work now?
I began to work in a kindergarten. )
I did not know you are a
kindeigarten teacher.
I is not exactly so. I am no
kindergarten teacher. I only help
the kindergarten teacher in her
work.
Is the work in kindergarten better
than 'the work) in the office? '
Ever) kind of work is good, but
I love small children very much,
I love very much to see small
children enjo>ing themselves
and laughing.
All good people love children.
?:;n kh ]tf ,ayv} Bite*1
."Vw rnjagr? nit'r,-,aa
jrtayn rmwfn \:c^
,bv"^s ~'2>ii "rtnrr.
.r::; nmf >mw k?
.;. I** "; -_' Hrg
T'Tix "b'ks -.", rB*B
teM .-:t }z'; tj
B'.'jniaH wrfcb fcTOijs e'-t
b*b";k B'^ar :":'':itr rs
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
per.
I-"i- 1..> s:i.-, |, m Si rmnn: "Presldi
l." i>ri .mi to lni|i,,\ rlah I'uli-
lie Si I.....I Sutortla) 11 ., in

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
ow.tz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Ivi.i.m vr. p.m. s.-inir.i.i. si
mom "The Portion ol the Law II
Mltsvah: Prank, son ol Mr. and Mr*
HBUl Tain. n.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. Mth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. RabDi Eugene Laoovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TlfLE OR OLOM- Conservative
J2 sw 16th St., Miami. Rao"
Samuel Apr,I Cantor Nico Feldman.
rn.lay |ID i,.m, I'ul,,,, BUWI| ,;.,,.,
Minon April Topi. iHrael \. i
Wee n Wtiurdaj IS ., ,. i:.,, Mlu.
vah: l.lovii, ion of Mr. ami u
Na Han Shenfleld. :,::< ,. ,,,r MM:
;;:"j.:::;::r......'Mr "''M-
TE2NJS.LNP8,JlfH 0F^0RTH M,AM'-
nJS?.i u ,5th Ave- R'oi-m- Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
I-i I.lay VI, n ,. .<,.,, "s,.,,,. _,
an.l Mr* EMward Thomaa.
T|M4tLhEAvI'^Rrir JAC0B- M'
l>l.i> v H,,lh- Conaervative.
s,n i I,' '"" "u^ Wmbbat anon.
" in i late huaband SaiuMay
TEr^PLE %MO"*"5* Zamora Ave
vni'D ntrrinvAuv m\a i,in
precisely I help fjf.) than they are laughing I love (f.) pvn ItjiJji J5 (to the house) home I finished you work (f.) I left mron
kindergarten kindergarten leather before month I began fn'n 'fl-Tjin,'

":;.^,""7: -
TEMPLE
Con.ervat,ve. Rabb. Aifr(d Wm_
2I0N. 8000 Miner R,,.
TS3"=ft "&& KSi
By RABBI PHINEAS
WEBERMAN
Oliev Sholom Congregation
'. Can there be a renaissance of
Chassidism?
Chassidism. at ihe time of its i
ception, fulfilled a greal need It
has proven lo be the mosl con-
sistent solution
in the serious
problems which
besel Jewrj at
that time.
War ami rev-
olution shattered
the established
Jewish commun-
ities and t'.hu.i
, tional centers of
Eastern Europe,
The result was
a s c a r c i I y ol
Torah scholars.
This was a
threat to the fu-
ture of Judaism.""
The now era of emancipation in
Western Europe posed still an-
other danger to our people that
"i assimilation.
Chassidism is a means of ac-
quiring a vivid intellectual and
emotional response in the study
ol the Torah and in its observance.
Chassidism's methods are such
that they make available this feel-
ing to all scholar and layman
alike.
An understanding oi the purpose
"i the Mitzvahs and the Joy of
bringing them Into action evoked
a devotion ami adherance to Juda
ism to those who otherwise would
hove compli t< Ij .,nandoned 1
In the rapid i ourse of
' hich our world has undera
recent years, Ju laism has *
many afflictions, and j
it~ modern-dai ills is betnjl
by all secti ry.
The destrucl i i I i<'.-j!
munities and n nters of M
by the bestial hordes o[
Europe v eakei d the very I
dations ol J ism aid le"'
mis doubts .. its future. I
some beneficial occurrenceitj
cent times may carrj with Sr
threat to Judaism.
American Jewrj enJOfl "J
ino-i unheai I ifflue*
wide acceptance b) the n
Blh American community.
these benefits, comes al?r
terrible prospect of assiim*
The establishment of a *
State has prompted some oil
people to abandon religion an
replace it with nationalism
The young men and 'Wj|
our generation who strong!)
for a purpose in life a in this world ol ours eanj
what they seek :hrougn ls-
ism's soul-penetrating pw*
When they becomi
intense joy of a ChaSSBW
of Festival Day, rorsh
ism become paramount 1
terial pursuit fad'1- into"1"
ground.
The ever-increasing ^
following in the I'nltM
Ms mainly of A""^
young men and om j
becoming a
will insure I
American Jewrj
' ii 1'
-
M: :
Ui, m
ThU **< :- Prepared in
t" the Grra,r, Ml.
: am, Ral
"r "/ features ap-
DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
Vtomi leaaVr ./ H(,h Trah
C-Bgregacfon o/ ^orth Ml4n| ,
Beach.
Auxiliary Posts New Officers
West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, held its m.
stallation oj officers at the Cross
waj Airport Inn.
Mrs. Irving Cooperman senior
vice president, Department of Flor-
ida Ladies' Auxiliary, JWV, was
installing officer.
Others on the staff included Mrs.
Arthur Lee, m,- Mike Cohen, Mrs
Jennie Golub and Mrs Max Rubin.
Officers for 1965-66 include: pres-
l<'"'. Mis. ,l0^|)h Achtman; sen-
wr vice president, Mrs, Norman,
Burma n; junior vice president,
^irs. Sar,, l^mdon; treasurer, Mrs
Uave Burrows; conductress, Mrs.
Henrv Moretaky; chaplain, Mrs.
TUlie Komgsburg; patriotic in!
structor. Mrs 3
guard, Mrs Fannie '.",-(
an, Mrs Ben Shapiro.
Trustees, Mrs sj
Stanley (iol.l. M *W
Recordini '",'-,
Glatter; corresp
Mrs. Michael M
Cftog Ivn Discussion
Open disciissien *,I"*'^J
on Separatum ol l'hU.|
State in Israel d.-Uvereu^,
Rosen before the Lia*^
brew-speaking Ki"l|P L 11
Tuesday-
ami Beach, on T-
at Temple Ner lamlfl


March 12. 1965
+Jewist Fhridiain
Page 7-C
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Malavsky
Of Beth Sholcm
. j ji|< rton Malavsky was
|y, and stems from a
[,,'. o bis .in.i cantors.
est training from
,.. | Isaac Malavsky,
bbis in Mexico.
... was graduated
, klishkan Israel anil
I, studies at the Me-
Academy and
ka| -, ninarj ; ml New
L'nivi lj. and was or-
L
k| was in Mahanoy
j (i 17 to 1953. when
the Israelite Center,
and Tved :i> spiritual
until September, 1963.
Maun >ky served as sec-
executive vice president
(.mi!,: ol the Rabbinical
limi of Greater Miami. He
Led on many local and na-
loards, is the originator of
c\;-; m program, "Jewish
Ho : on eh. to and
fa- TV chairman for "The
(all Voice" for three years.
Malavskj was Jewish Na-
K ii iid chairman of the
Miami Council, a mem
[he Rabbinical Advisory oil
Bureau of Jewish Education, Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jew.-. Hard of Hearing Asso
iation, Multiple Sclerosis, Na-
tional Hoard ot Rabbinical Semin
aries, M e n t a I Health Society,
Heart Association and numerous
others.
He has lectured at the Univer-
sity "i Miami, was member of the
facult) "i the College of Jewish
btucliea ol Hi. B u r e a u, and
loured the state of Pennsylvania
as a lecturer for Zionist Organi-
sation ui America Rabbi Malav-
sky was chaplain at the VA Hos-
pital in Coral Cables
He served as Civil Defense
:haplain at the Dade County Jail
in Miami and Civil Defense chap-
lain in Miami, helped inaugurate
a liaison between the Rabbinical
Association of Creator Miami
and the Ministerial Alliance du-
ring his administration as presi-
dent "I the Rabbinical Associa-
tion. He has written for national
magazines, participated in local
and national conventions, relig-
ious and secular,
Rabbi Malavsky has been serv
ing as spiritual leader of Temple
Students Take Part in Service
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Beth Sholem in Hollywood, since
September 1, 1963. and was re-
cently awarded a new and extend-
ed contract to continue serving
Beth Sholem. Since his ascending
this pulpit. 75 new families have
affiliated, and he was responsible
tor the organization ol an annex of
t h e Temple Religious School in
Hollywood Hills He is presently
president of the Broward Board ol
Rabbis, Jewish National Fund
chairman for Broward County and
is on the advisory of the Broward
Zionist District, vice president of
B'nai B'rith Sunshine Lodge in
Hollywood and was recently elect-
ed to the board of the regional
Anti Defamation League. He is
vice president Of the Hollywood
Clergy Fellowship, serving with
Rev. Robert Grefe and Msgr. Wil-
liam McKeever. He is a member of
the revolving chaplaincy for the
South Florida Mental Hospital.
Rabbi and Mrs. Malavsky are
the parents of three (laughters,
Gladys, a junior at South Brow-
ard High School in Hollywood;
Irene, an honor graduate of the
Hebrew Academy and presently
a sophomore at Nova High School;
and Judith, an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy.
Sixth grade students of Temple
Beth Am Religious School who par-
ticipated as choir of the month
during services held at the temple
last Friday include:
Laura Aibel. Shira Baumgard.
Cathy Birshtein. Amy Joe Brenner.
Leslie Chaykin, Lisa Dulberg,
Kathy Glaaser, Joan Lipinsky, Don.
n;i Michelson, Lorraine Mint/. El
len Neuwlrth, Michael Hillary
Schenkman, Laurie Segel, Joan
Steinberg, Laurie Tanner, Carol
Beth Tragash, Jeffrey Alper, Nolan
Altman, Mai k Baum, I) o u glas
Brown. Kent Goodman. Richard
Heydemann, Andrew Kaplan. Mark
D. Klein. Steven Klein, Richard
Leidner, Jay Levine, Bruce Levin-
son, Steven Naar, Jeffrej Segal
Ted Witus.
Also Ann Asher, Pauletter Fried,
Lisa Gibbs, Wendy Green, Janice
Greenfield, Lisa Hopkins, Terry
Barker. Stacey Jaltee, Shirley
Wave. Vicky LaGuette, Ann Laurie
Pallet, Linda Robinson, Faythi
Rubin, Laurie Shamis. Carol Sil-
verbJatt. David Auerbach, Neil
Cannier, Glenn Dobkin, Mark
Flaum. Ira Fox. Richard Green.
Brute Gusman, Michael Jordan,
Neil Katims. Gerald Klein, Charles
Steinberg. Clifford Tall. Mitchell
Weinman. Barry Weinstem. Steven
Wise. Jay Woolistead and Alan Wy-
Sl cki.
Participating in the Hebrew por-
tion of the service were James
Benjamin. Steven Cherkas, Beth
Efronson, Jay Eingold. Richard
Fink. Jeffrey Furman. Rand]
Furshman, Larry Gardner. Neil
Jacobstein, Gail Keller. Pamela
Kessler, Ronald Klein, Robert Lip-
man. Larry Mack, Hunter Miller.
David Rayne. Jed Rosen, Lori Ro-
sen. Carrie Rubin, James Rubin.
Lome Salem. Steven Seltzer.
Charles Silliernian, Mathew Snow.
Karol Solomon. Randy Stubins,
Lisa Tumarkin. Steven Weinstock,
Keith Bader.
And Dennis Rutkin. Jeffrey Sil-
ver. Jay Levine. Wayne Sherman,
Mark Flaum. Mitchel Weinman,
David Auerbach. Mark Probinsgy,
Randy Rinz. Andrew Kaplan Ted
Witus. Fred Halpert. Nolan Altman,
lerry Simon. Jay Potluck, Jody
Corenblum, Mike Garvetl Ro '
Blum. Michael Bader. Aaron S
and Neil Camner.
H
y
, ochneiderman (left) and I. J. Carmin Karpman are co-
is of 'he new edition of "Who's Who in World Jewry."
Intains the biographies of 11.000 Jews throughout the
y. including sketches of some 8,000 Americans and 1,600
^
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M OAOI iOUHVAH*
MIAMI 1IACH. FLORIDA
JfPPIRION l-0Bt4
HARRIS ILAMIR*
PUNINAL OlMVOTOn
A
i..-.
American For CJAppeal
American Land Corporation,
established the first corpor-
TOloyee payroll deduction
>'i 'in behalf of Combined
lAppeal lasl year, will launch
| drive with a series of meet-
company headquarters, it
announced by Nat Pollack.
Ian ot the drive.
fcrd Rosen, chairman of the
" "f Gull American, and a
lN TIMES
OF SORROW
31
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txpress what word*
cannotl
WE 5F.ND SYMPATHY
rLOWBRS ANYWHSRB
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665-5423
KZT FT' "UDERDALE
M 1-7398
leader in the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and communal activi-
ties, will again participate in the
drive,
Rosen has urged his employees
again to establish 10 percent par-
ticipation on behalf of CJA and
its 41 agencies at home and over-
seas.
Assisting Pollack in the unique
employees program in which Gulf
American pioneered are Morris
Bark, Ed Chayt, Lester Kngel. Abe
Iriedwald. Mel Click. Al Materson
and Marv Sager.
"I am proud of last year's record
of 10 percent participation, and I
know that I can count upon ever)
employee again to join in support
ot our community's second leading
philanthropy," Rosen said.
BEZALEISS
ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE
CompUte Line of Religious Articles
and Israeli Art Products
LARGE SUtCTION Of TALiSIM,
Tflt/M AND VAMULKAS
Special Attention to
Bar Mitzvah Outfits
B. O. COHEN
949 Washington Ave. JE 2-2210
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
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"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY''
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GELB
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140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miomi's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
REPHUN'S HEBREW
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Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest
Supply House for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sunday Schools.
Wholesale t Retail
ISRAHI ClfTS AND NOVtlTltS
417 Washington Ave. Jl 1-9017
COMMERCIAL
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PRINTING
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in
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i Wedding Invitations
(Union Shop
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437 SW. 17th Avenue, Miami
FR 9-8235
Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI 3. DOMESTIC GIFTS
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Synagogues. Schools A Private Ute
1585 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach JE 8-SMO
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
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MO 1-7693
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LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE!
Scheduled Unveilings
SUNDAY, MARCH 14
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
IRVING H. STERN, 2 p.m.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 16
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
LENA GULAR, 3 p.m.
Rdbbi Max Shapiro
SEE WHAT YOU BUY!
DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL
ORDER FIRMS AND BE
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Buy Direct horn the manu-
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save many dollars.
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
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3279 S.W. 8th Street
Hi 4-0921 Phones HI 4-092*
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Friday, March 12
UN Chapter Installation Saturday Will
Honor Memory Of Franklin D. Roosevelt
.Annual installation of the Miami
Beach Chipter ol toe United Na-
lions Association will be held Sat-
urt ay at a rUnnor at 7 p.m. in the
Algiers Hotel.
The dinner will be preceded b>
i cktail | art} ai 6 30 p.m.
The function will also honor
the late Presider-t Franklin
Delano Roosevelt for his contri-
bution toward the establishment
t the United Nations on the
occasion of its 20th anniversa-
ry
i rincipal speaker will be Dr.
Htnrv Km^ Stanford, president
oi the University Ol Miami.
Welcome will be jiiven by Ken
net! Oka Sen. Harry Cain will
serve a< master of ceremonies
I: itcd Nations contest awards
will be given by Miss Agnes Crab-
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lie Baffling Bible Contest in New York City
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By HENRY W. LEVY
ite Sunday afternoon in the auditorium
wish Agency, al 515 Park Ave.. .New-
Dusk was descending, and S3 tired
111 young Biblical scholars, their rela
Irlends were on edge as the time Was
i when the judges would announce
IS, naming the winners of the fifth
mal Bible contest, sponsored by the
1 ut Education and Culture of the Jew-
tor Israel. A trip to Israel was the
I rstplace winners in three groups
Hebrew, intermediate Hebrew and
i.-ive English
nprehensive English competition was
-lanes, the most dramatic because it
.". oral quiz as its finale. It was the
: ol the oral questioning (the two He-
I divisions were completely written
His). Stewart Einstein, of Skokie. III.;
dperin, of Levittown, Pa.; and David
Waterbury, Conn., were the finalists
nidges knew exactly how they stood.
stewart Einstein and David Smith were
5 points, and David Helperin was lead
19 points.
question was lrom Exodus The con-
testants were told that the Israelites had com-
plained to Moses in the wilderness a number of
times. They were asked to name three places
where such complaints were made, and to specify
v hat had been complained about in each place
Two points would so to the contestants for each
nl the three place- they named, and an additional
two points would go i them if the contestants
lamed what had been complained about.
In Gcod Company
If you don't know the answers, you are in
geod company, Most people don't, but our well-
I rained young contestants, our Bible Quiz Kid-.
were well prepared lor the questions, not one
ol them getting less than 10 of the 12 points
possible.
It you turn to Verse 15 of Exodus, lines 23
and 24, you will find that the Israelites com-
plained to Moses at Marah about the lack of
drinking water; in Verse 6. lines 1 and 12 of
Exodus, they complained about the lack of lood
in the wilderness of Sinai and finally, in Verse 17
of Exodus, lines 1, 2 and 7. the Israelites com-
plained again about the lack of water, at no less
than three places Rephidim. Massah and Mua-
bah.
When the totals were compiled, it was re-
vealed that the comprehensive English winner
was 16-year-old David Halperin. of Leavittown.
Pa., with 131 points; Stewart Einstein, of Skokie.
111., was -econd with 128 points; and David Smith
of Waterbury, Conn., was third with 115 points
In the intermediate Hebrew competition, lor stu-
dents enrolled in afternoon Hebrew classes, there
was a tie for first place shared by two fifteen
year old girls, Shoshana Bacon, of Springfield,
Mass., and Miriam Friedman, of Minneapolis.
Minn., both of whom won trips to Israel. In the
advanced Hebrew competition, lor students en
rolled in Hebrew Day Schools, the most difficult
of all three competitions, the winner was Esther
Frcilich, iii. of Far Iiockaway. N.Y.. with Barbara
Klein. 14, of Los Angeles. Calif, second.
The 0.1 children between the ages of 13 and
16, from 29 states and Canadian communities,
competing in the Bible contest finals were the
winners of district and regional contests from
all type> of religious schoolsOrthodox, Conser-
vative and Reformin which over 15,000 young
Sters had participated. This large turnout justi-
fied the avowed purpose ol the contest, as ex
pressed by Dr. Samuel Blumenfield. director ot
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vjewis* ncrk/iar
Friday. March 12,
1965
must be melted ." Toward this 5tay but also became the to
mormon- task ">1 a" ,;s rami-i runner of the Jewi-h day s^
,,,,., he vowed to dedicate, system with schools ln TCath
hiiii-''H
all sizeable Jewish
.
as .: tj pically brisk wind
I March morninc. that Tues- him ;:- the
Or the very fir-t 'lav ol his ar throughout the COUI
he founded his firsl school The Reooe so<,r. Jrmj,
in the United States A number of also founded a nui v,eror
senior Y< idents registered .amzations to ,;h milIer.
lis guidanci and of Jewish ".ncem His Mcrkosi.-.
en immedi- [nyonei Chinuch
.1 ihi- oup zation lor Jewish I
the mi- become one ol thi
... arge s ho >l network international edu
Amerii.: its kind in ;h>
Th( ; not contented!) His Mat
mtj problems of Ji ..:,.. arKj
...... Kebol Publicatii i Sociel
ne. Witi i kec world"* largi st pu
he sidle literature I
... a of h:- mon
,: je : tmei i
li Was I '' 'he children, Kabhi Jon
which can and must ned a uniquely
tbeii ality For despi
...i> ol lil communal activil
: t u -i 1 leader of countli Kwsaife
Opposition Gives Way from aj, ua,k, ::omaj
He sent forth capable and de over the world ntuuulj
termined young men to found sought his counsel
His mind and heart were to*1
and devotedlj ..ttuned to
of the Jewish mast
children" regardless of his sincere concern fur the iaft
background or previous orienta vidual was fatherly
tion. Characteristically, the young ftmalan Experience
>saries encountered strong op-
in The schools were refuted in the tradition of < habad- Lu-
b) those who considered them un- bavitch leaden "f which he ui
i special boat to greet in America sorely needed to be fashionable and the whole idea t>.o sixth in succession, be cob-
Drottingholm ap revitalized. preposterous But the stubbornly- tributed his profound and articn-
.ubavitcher Rebbe .left, Rabbi Rabbi Joseph Isaac Schneersohn. the late Jewish day sch ool. J*g+ J^
. Schneerson, world leader of Lubavitehnr Rebbe. the day he arnved m the g'JS? eduoate all the call
The present Lu
! ienackem M.
re Chabcd Lubavitch movement. Right is United States in 1940
Arrival of the Lubavitcher
American Jewry was by and
dedicated young men. most of late teachings to thi
whom were American-born, held chabad philosophy. The recent
fore long op gradual publication of hi I
The Rebbe's courses and writings attest total
Continued on Page U-C
Qoocf uUusic
is
da buck in 194 hi h saw a preached the harbor.
;: ""-: ]' X" A- !! :' his :i>,'" *" large frozen in complacency, and lhcir ground, and before long oP ,iadual publication of his fe
1 ~ .'I, !r fi he realized tna. a, he phrased posithm gave way Th, Rebbe",
the pier
bark New York eptton The
suggest that the distil acious
, ssengei thi assembled crowd and acknowledged the
I me to greet, tl iresence of the various dignitar-
iitcher Rebbe. 1 s. repn sent; lives from all lev-
. e.-nment and nearly all
... aped the J -. and all who
ilaughl be the firsl !... I come 1 ime him.
t" ... ashore, to avo Your warm and cordial recep-
ion on the part ol the surg eply moving." the Reb-
Ids crowd. he sald. -but the joy in my heart
Even the transatlantic- voyage
i. lebrated i leadei
v. ,.- his lifi -I": stormy and
i iti I North v
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i rtain that

. -- than :
. i the Drottii
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in i w anted to as.
. themselves f its ni
h for military cai
I was the la-'
ross the At-
ban of
V. d Wi : 1!
Brief Reception
P. e b be had tinallv
ri ted ar
the res America had
i- he stood
0 ;nded by the official recep-
I ['arty which had ">" nui In
caused by this meeting is over-
whelmed with pain and concern
the plight of our bretheren on
the other -. le Their cry for help
I
not coi seek my own
je." the Rebbe exclaimed.
Life-Saving Mission
"Europe is aflare. countries are
eing savage >vei an. .lews are
n g men ilessl; n assacred,
then -- in Europe a holocaust
whi< efies description. Ameri-
ca's conscience must be awak-
ened, and a hove all. American
Jewry must alert itself to the life
n now on its bands
r belore in the history of
ind "
As it turned out. the Rebb. -
actually two-fold.
While he ha tern on
what was happening in Europe,
i... irnaw that religious Jewish life
powerfully
influential
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^Jenis/} fhiridHari
Page 1 i -
\Eban Talks With U Thant
By SAUL CARSON
,NITED NATIONS (JTA) -'
JcenUy. Israel's Deputy Prime
Inister Abba Bban was given a
hour by Secretary-General L
Lant for a conference which re-
filed in no public announcement
Li the topics discussed. It was
vealed only that they talked
iout Issues of "mutual interest'-
the United Nations and Israel.
well as "general issues" con-
tains the United Nations.
,li was easy enough to estimate
[me of the issues affecting Israel
fcectly. Mr. Thant had sent a
ccial two-man mission of high-
Jikiog aides to look into a spate
Jordanian border attacks against
facl The Mission's report has not
_M made public nor is it likely
I be revealed. The fact is. however,
Lii from the very day Mr. Thant
knounced he was sending the
[gsion the Jordanians seemed
have muzzled the guns of Am-
is n soldiers,
Then there is the water issue.
Uasser is still itching to use
Lebanor as a stooge in the Arab
League's move to divert the
Leadwaters of the Jordan River,
Fhus robbing Israel's National
Water Carrier of the waters it
eeds for irrigation of the Negev.
Israel had made it clear that
Urab work as distinguished
from talks on Jordan water
liversion would be considered an
let of aggression, and Israel's de-
fense leaders have been quite
Outspoken about their readiness
deal with such projects mili-
tarily. Certainly that topic could
veil have been on the Eban-
Thant agenda.
there were the "general is-
i deep concern to the United
[Btions as a whole. Most of these
I known. The principal issue
Hi the refusal by Russia,
and almost a dozen other
luntries to pay their just dues for
aintenance of the UN's peace-
operations. As the Gener-
\ssembly took its long recess
is year, until September l. a
cision had been taken, on a sug-
\alions undertake a "com-
pi iew of all phases"
Is peaci keeping efforts. That
Meet, as lar as Israel is con-
irned, brings up many questions.
First of all Who will he on that
bmmittee? That matter was left
bulging in mid air because no
nsensus could be achieved
id, ail will recall issues had to be
Tided by the Assembly by eon-
nsus, without voting. The ap-
intment of the committee was
to the Assembly's president.
x Quaison-Sackey, who is now
igotiating about the composition
the group. For the personnel of
ie committee will determine the
Dmprehensiveness of the peace-
leeping study. That point reaches
rael directly, due to the existence
I the United Nations Emergency
rce the UN's most successful
"an-keeping group today.
The UNEF, as it is known.
Islands on guard against Egyptian
I aggressions versus Israel, on the
Egyptian-controlled G a x a strip
border and at Sharm el-Shekh,
overlooking the Gulf of Akaba
and the freedom for Israel ship-
oing to and from its burgeoning
southern port of Eilat. Take away
[UNEF and Nasser is giver a
'obin Hood
lames English
Vrthur English, mo ieth St.. Mi-
mi Beach, has been named gen-
ral manager of the Robin Hood
jMtauranl on Biscayne Blvd. and
[Julia Tuttle Causeway. He was
Jiosl recently food and beverage
[rector at Alan dale's Celebrity
" English is Gale's nephew.
He was with the Shelborne Ho
r*'1 "i an executive capacity for'
"llr years and also general man-
gKer of Wollie's on Lincoln Rd.
P"g"sh was appointed to his new
1 at the Robin Hood by co-
wers Teddy Weisberg and Joe
free hand to resume the aggres-
sions which, in 19S6, brought
about Israel's invasion of the
Sinai.
UNEF works entirely in areas
under Egyptian control. It is there
under a special treaty between
Egypt and the United Nations. Un-
der the pact. Egypt can. at almost
any time, request UNEF to pack
its dufflebags and get out and
the U.N. must, at least officially,
accede to such a demand. If a
"comprehensive" peace-keeping re
view should recommend that the
1 U.N. cease or curtail its operations
i oi such a nature whether be
, cause of lack of funds, or for any
1 other reason I'NEF's continued
J existence could really be ques-
tioned, even if Nasser decides that
he still wants UNEF stationed on
"his" territory.
Is Nasser ready to let UNEF go
home'' Will the Soviet Union press
for the dissolution of "all" U.N.
peace-keeping operations, including
UNEF? Would such a recommen-
dation by the study group he heed-
ed'.' Is it possible that the entire
matter of peace-keeping may be
taken out of the hands of the As-
sembly, and placed under the wings
ol the Security Council, where the
USSR enjoys its veto power?
It takes little imagination to
see that the answers to all these,
and related, questions are of
vital interest to Israel. If the en-
tire Eban-Thant conference had
been devoted to this issue and
it wasn't an hour is hardly
sufficient time. In any event, Is-
rael could only, at this time, un-
derscore its concern and must
wait for further developments,
I including the personnel of the
, study group and its decision on
how broad or how narrow it
chooses to view the mandate of
"comprehensiveness."
These are some of the questions
of "general" interest to Israel, as
an entity in itself and as a mem-
' her of the United Nations. It is
hardly likely that Mr. Ehan would
have overlooked this issue. Nor is
1 it possible that Mr. Thant is un-
aware of Israel's concern. What
will happen ultimately that re-
mains to he seen.
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer (left), former New York State Su-
preme Court Justice and honorary president of the America."
Jewish Committee, receives the Judge Learned Hand Hum"
Relations Award at a recent dinner in New York. Shown
making the presentation is Whitney North Seymour, former
president of the American Bar Association, at the annual din-
ner of the Lawyers Division of the American Jewish Commit-
tee Appeal for Human Relations, of which Milton Pollac.-.
noted New York at'orney, is chairman. The Award is giver,
each year to a distinquithed member of the legal professicr.
whose career exemplifies the principle enunciated by Jud're
Hand: "Right knows no boundaries and justice no frontiers "
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Friday. March 12,

L
The Talent
Hunt
6, MAX LERNER
Arrival of the Lubavitclier]
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the expected cretar> oi the I
few new nam< have been spotl
Instead then considerable < sweating and strain-
ing to persuad) nghl men th<) in the right niches, thus
percept result.
The danger al President Johnson runs is ihat he will be con-
x cted b> hist th< futik attempt to usher in the Great Society
, [real Elite oi governing talent.
* *
If you think in terms of the nation as a whole, the talent is there.
It was t! ; seven" gathered a i nstellation of lu-
minaries White House, when Woodrow Wilson levied or.
assorted friends, when Franklin Roose-
,, at Law s :";>' a Bn -- when John Ken-
i the university campuses ol the eountrj in
} t. It is still ier< n th< ation The
probl. get it to to W ashing) n i du-
i. '
thai th< re is to i little in i
, ..... s too n ich every' ln m)
her trying to at p sts in the gover
i aus at monej legal and illegal] aim thi
can society is power-saturated, not just
, .... trade-unionism i immunications; and
saturati ;oo. For r oi a hi^h corporate
i anagei > I si means taking a cut
: bis securities, and sacrificing stock
.. ssor the choice is not as clear as it
used to be. Thi for him, offering him higher
salaries mor noney, less teaching hours. He is the bene-
I leis theorj class ;:. is less likely to change than
1
From John>on's view point this must be ironie. He pride- him sell
c the mounting pro>perit> oi the nation, yet it is this very prosperity
balks him in Ins hunt for first-rate personnel.
+ *
There is another part of the story that hurts the President. It is
the beliei largely legend doubtless, yet with a base oi fact I
t is bard on the men who work for and with him. He drives bimseh
harder than There is a
ion.e within the Pre-. Irives him in turn and h.-
is it l [ten he comra anicates the sens
i tional need to I i nit bul
- hardenir..
I write this cause I for top t; as ne\er
i at this .-.--.:.'. reign polic;
to broaden the base oi the
' % ; ic-minded. s
j ----- :ias he been able
i ecruit thi the Roos<
mlitary men As
result one gets the s I talent ng it-
.
* *
At bottom the problem is or* of investing the whole governmental
.'.".. icence
nd take pos
w exacting I fear t
5m. has no)
I l bing to th the I
-
i 5. or per aps ever. seveh's He s
the stature o: the na-
led to communicate it and make it
I
stalgii Keni ad. and R
I Mm L.. bis our. |

ss. But t u) trie natior I
' ? service the problem of first pn>
I even the Vietnam problem because it will outlast Vietnam.
1 bere are man) reasons for our good men to go to Washingi
bat because they will ha\t
excitement of nd will exper.
i ake the rest -.-em pale The problem i- I .- t.nem
I el H and
Tti;- He cannot achieve a G
i tout great elite; yet he cannot lure it to Was
less ben that only then .! they be part of
I < en time.
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I stature ol this man so
lentlj -" '' in 'he in
1
.
It is unfi
be's i
in the v'.-> iel Union has not
-
pnnt During his
years i n Russia, despite
enl -- "
j Judaism, the Rebl
ing genera-
loyal Torah-true J ws
T!ie persecution, imprisonment
mi physical torture suffered as a
result of his efforts there left its
mark on his bod} Those who had
seen him during his visit to the
United States in 1930. saw a
i difference in seeing him
upon In- arrival in 1940 His voice
Has noi nearlj as audible, his
beard turned sil-
ver, h weakei
Yel the temptation t abund-
im can be
- icle to sur-
As tar as the Kehbc was
though, hi- undi
and dctermina-
. ere W Saj the lm9tP>wn
rorld
years in the
States until is ] sing i
in transplant-
ie Israi ol 01 I" in this
country In the land once though!
t be I never to a a Ti i
ah-truc future, he sanl p and
fruitful roots
That dei adi -
to thi i
law, thi
chcr Rebbe, Ra
--ciiiii fl in '
ence has sinci
v hose influi i
try, tod
.
tin.
In marking I
of the lati R"
- ol i
rica on II
sti, ni, tiii j i
L3 it is
few r> but indi
which has
give in c Bin i
picious milesti i
i .
'nt Lube,
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Israel Cabinet Views Secret Talks
I JERUSALEM iJTA The
Israel Cabinet held a special
meeting this week to discuss the
five days of talks between Israeli
Government leaders and Under-
i.:.1.,.: oi State W Averell Har
riman No joint communique was
-:ed by Premier Levi Eshkol
and Mr. Harriman following the
talks, as originally anticipated.
However. Mr. Harriman issued a
personal statement before his de-
parture. He said:
"My discussions v ith Israeli of-
ficial have been friendly, (rank
and useful. They confirmed not
only the points of tension which
have recently arisen in the area
with new intensity, but also Is-
relation- with friendly coun-
tries As a result of our talks.
I believe the Israeli Government
s fully aware of the United States
Government views and 1 am now
able to report clearly to Presi-
dent Johnson the views of the Is-
raeli Government
"This exchange of views will
be continued through diplomatic
channels" the statement con-
firmed. "It is a cardinal tenet of
United States policy to e"o what-
ever is possible to help promote
stability and peace In the Near
East. I am confident our talks
have been useful and I leave
tremendously impressed with
the vigor and determination of
this country and its progress
sirce my visit a decade ago."
Authoritative sources here said
the talks marki I certain
n -- in the United States atti-
tudes about supplying Israel with
direct military aid The) -aid the
issue was not settled because the
United State- views it as part .>t
a wider situation ami wishes *
tie it to reaching ai agreed form-
ula on Israel's tap of the i
Rher waters for its national ir-
rigation project.
The i'nited States, it was
ported. feel that even if the
try to divert a small part of the
comaj
l-i.iel has wan
In the cours talks

ra< I c< uld n I
m HI
nt,
The talk' were considered I
represent the most co-nprel
sive exchange of views ber*
Israel and the United State
ever helc1. Israeli officials *
not ready to go be /end gull
ed optimism" about the fa*
However, they said the talks I
made the Israeli position <
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French Put Israel on Own
IIIII
rman of the Overseas Services Committee
h Federations and Welfare Funds (left>,
s Stem, CJFWF president, on major problems
ocean Jewry after attending a recent series of meetings
I : in London, Paris and Geneva.
ick Stein Named 'Man of the Year'
Convalescent Home of So. Fla.
PARIS i.lTAi The French
I abinet decided ;it .1 m eet in g
here, under the chairmanship of
President de Gaulle, to end "the
policy ni active aid i" Israel," the
i nl lu en tia I daily, L'Aurore,
claimed,
Attributing its report ti> "usual-
ly well-informed sources," the
newspaper stated "Israel no:
longer enjoys the good graces!
of the Government The long-term
nolicj "I active help is finished,
L'Aurore asserted that the gen-
eral tone oi the Cabinet meeting.
which discussed In detail reports
received last week from Cairo.
B inn and Tel A\ iv, was one in-
clined in "let Israel find its own
modus vivendi with her neighbors,
or no I""-. 11 count on us." There
- m ither confirmation nor de-
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nial ol the report from official
lo\ eminent sources.
But three key French Cabinet
Mir'sters, including Vice Pre-
meir Louis Joxe, reaffirmed
this week that France's policy
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friendly and close as ever be-
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Vice Premier Joxe, Interior
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Walter K>ian. Israel's Ambas-
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the Vice Premier, reportedly on
the Wesl German-Egyptian dip-
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West German cancellation ol arms
shipment- to Israel and the V
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The Baffling Bible Contest
Continued from Page 9-C
the Department of Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency: To promote a greater inter-
est in the Bible among students of Jewish schools
with a view towards encouraging more extensn e
reading and studying of the Bible and to strength-
en the place of Bible studies in the curricula ot
Jewish schools."
Sampling of Flavor
Though- it- doubtful that Bible contests in
the United States will ever be the national sport
that they are in Israel, there is growing accept-
ance and popularity for this type of contest
Some day, its sponsors hope, it will develop from
Jewish contest to an inter-faith competition
The success of a national spelling bee conducted
by newspapers throughout the country, is an ex-
ample that might be emulated.
To one who hasn't had the pleasure of at-
tending a Bible contest, a sampling ol its flavor
can best be appreciated by an examination ot
luestiens and answers at this year's
competition. You can also check your own Bible
knowledge bj seeing how you score on live typi-
cal questions and answers, chosen at randon.
1. Q. In answer to the question. "Who shall
ascend into the mountain of the Lord, and who
shall stand in His holy place'" the Psalmist men-
tions four qualities that a person mu>t have.
What are they?
A He that hath -clean hands, and a pure
heart, who bath not taken My name in vain, and
hath not sworn deceitfully, (Psalms 24:4.i
2. Q. We read in the Bible: "And Saul eyed
David from that day forward." From which day?
A The day the women sang "Saul hath slain
his thousands, and David his ten thousands."
Samuel I 18 9
3. Q. About whom does the prophet say that
they shall renew their strength: they shall mount
up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not
be weary they shall walk and not faint?
A. They that wait for the Lord. (Isaiah 40:31.1
4 Q, We read in the Bible of a covenant union
was scaled by sprinkling blood, a. Who sprinkled
the blood.' A. Moses, b. Where was the coy*.
nant made. A. At the foot of Mt. Sinai i Exodus
24:8.)
5. Q Identify the following nations or cities
mentioned by the prophet Amos:
a. They threshed Gilead with sledges of iron."
A. Damascus (Amos 1:3.)
b. "He did pursue his brother with the sword."
A. Edom (Amos 1:11.)
c. "He burned the bones of the kind ol Edom
into lime" A. Moab (Amw 2:1.)
d. "They sell the righteous for silver. A. Is.
racl (Amos 2:6.)
Knowing Mere Bible
Maybe I'm wrong, but I doubt that you scored
very high on these questions. But I'm sure you'll
agree that I'm not wrong in believing that you
should know more about the Bible, and that such
Bible competitions as that of the Jewish A
will help raise our Jewish literacy
- Louis ocelloi of the Jewish Thee
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acquired in mid-M
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ("red!tin and All !' i.11-. 11: \ -
ing ''l;iiin> hi Demands Against Said i

i in in i.\ it,>iiii.-.i and re -
quired i" preseni an) claims anil -
miinds which you may huv<> ii
ili- i-.-i.i i. of JAI K i:.\ El 'Kit di -
. ..-.-.I iiti n| lade Count
t<> i in- Count) Judgi "i l...... County, i
and file i he .-.I me In duidli ati and
;i- provided In Section 733.111, Fl.....luj
Siai utes, In 11.....ffli in i hi i '"iii-
i house in i i.ni. County, l- "i -
I'll, within alx call inths frimi
iti.- iii.. "i Hi, first puhllcal Ion hi i'
of or iln iw..... will be barred,
I ated iii M Ian i lorlila, i liix 2nd
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MARTHA l >l:l- MAN
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ATTENTION
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2364
IV. .1 DRIVER, .is Administrator of
NOTICE UNDER
FlCTiTIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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| ELEVENTH JL.DIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORID^ IN -NO FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63494-C
IN Ki: Estate of
I > IVII > JACK Si IN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 1915
dollar s IVINHS Ii INK >K Tin-:
CITY OF NEW YORK
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l\LK..C0UNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 66045-B
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R"MS IMMilNHON
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK 18 HEREBY rjIVKN that
the mi.! i-iuii.!. dealrlnii to .im.... n
Iiiimiii'.-s iiinl.i the fl.mi..n name of
Mlltli:i. PAMR1CS ni l*3S Ha> Road,
Miami Beach, FlorRta, Intends to reg-
.i.i name wiih the Clech ol the
till Court of IJade County, Horloa.
RiiBKRT OKRINOER
HENRY M WAIT5SKIN
Attorney for Robert Oerlnger
Waltikln Law Building
1 TT" S;in- S..H.I Blvd.
North Miami, Florida
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NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti Mi/. I MNNIK
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i .in.l nerve.....|i) thereof u|Htn plaint-
iff, uttorni ) M IRT1N FINE, Uade
Federal Building, Miami, Florida
33181.....i later nan March 89, IMS,
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tered aii.i"i-i >"I'-
DATE 11 F< I) 19. I9B3.
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Clerk ol the I 'ircull Court
laeal) bj C. P i'i il'Kl.ANU
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MARTIN FINE
l lade Federal Building
i Miami, Florida 33131
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65837-A
in RE Estate of
FI,< IRENCE LEWENAt'ER
I.....laed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To III Oredltoi and .ill !' rwmn Hav-
ing Claln "i i mandi l|
re hereb) notlfli 'I at
quired to pi nl any clal
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ti Lincoln Rd Miami Bi u l,
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NOTICE OF SUIT
T(l ,-INGEI. l.l'IS VELEZ and Jl'NE
VELEZ, In- In ii Hi n-.
eluding iin> unknown npou*en
-.li.i 11. i. n.I.mis if they have re- da)
married, and n dead, their un-
iii-visi. s. granteea,
i t'lliioi s. Ilenoi s.
nil other i" i -in-
Lhrough, mi.1.1 or
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Viil' ARE HKREKY NOTIFIEP thai
.i Hull li.is been brought against v..n
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imii .1 Stati '"" rli i. and hl
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their assigns, to foreeloHc
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Florida, "ii "i before Apt
and '.. I've ,i op) ol such answi r
upon Plalnl Ift attorni ). UAVID P
i'A'1-MAN. v. I."- East
I lagli i Sin i. Miami, Floi Ida, "i. "i
hi-fi said datel ..- required Ii) the
laws of Florida
If you fail to .1" -... Hi.....mplalnt I
will be taken an confessed b) you |
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. ni.-i. .1 im.iiiisi you for tin n Hi i di
ilia lull.I ill th......mplalnt.
DATED .ii Miami, Florida, ilii- 3rd
day "i Mini Ii. I9H3.
i: it, i.ka iiii:i:.MAN
Clerk of the circuit C.....l
I lade Count). Floi Ida
(seal) It) '" I*. ri'l'i:i.ANI'
l leput) Clerk
DAVID P. I ATS.MAN. Esquire
I nl B. FUlgler Street
Miami, Florida
:: 3-12-19 26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL = .
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 66051 -C
IN RE: Estate of
FREDA ROZINSKY,
Dei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per..... I
Ing Claims or Demands Against -
Estate:
You in Im hs notified and
quired i" presi ill Qtii) claims and
ni.hi.is which you ma) have ugu
ih.- state of I l:i:i'.\ IH iZlNSKY
.'.:i-.-.| late ..f I'.nl. County. Fli
I., l h. i 'oiiiii \ .1 h.Il: s ,.l I 'nil.- '" .
mid ilie the s.iin.' iii duplic n. -ii
i,i,,\ i,|, .1 in Sei i I. 16, I- loi i i i
Statutes, in Iheli olliii'ii In the I'
i) Courthouse in l'.ni. County, i"
Ida, u Ithin six ndar month i '
tIn- time of the fit si publication I
,,i or iin -.'in- will '" bat red
I i lated ni Minn I, Florida, thi*
Fi i.i i.n y. A.D
BDIVAItl A STERN
As Executor
First publirull......I Ibis nolii :
the 5th .!.> "i March, 1933.
Piillot, Sliver, I'.ili'i .\ si.in
Attorni > ("I Executor
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T' AIl'SllS1 TO CREDITORS
"IS or D..m;nds Agalnnt Said
You '-state:
l*l"ired uf',.-j!""r"by no''led and rc-
whl.T "l ""y claims and de-
."""iit. ,t\Vs\'-'"ny h"v" asalnst
I ,., ,' Al"'- SOBK1. deceased
. Jni" '-"""V Mi'iidii. to the
|xl"d In v',"i, "i"""'1"'- a, pro-
1 ""th.iuH," yft*" '" ,h- f:'"""y
J ..ilcndar months from the
,,,"" ''rst publication heraof.
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"r th.
i>iii..,i ... T, "in i. barred.
";"'."a r'"'!"^ ,hls ,2,h
Lll.YAN Si,|'.i;i,''
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! d thi. notice on
teKAM3**"* ".
All""iev f.!r"l'' ""' KP*n
mix
wi-ited^......
2/19-26, 3/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
No. 65866-B
IN RE: Estate of
I- I.i IRENCE .MANI'KI.I.
I......-.-I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I md Ml Persons Hav-
ing Clalmt i i ii .imI- l i Insl Said
i: tad
., fled and
ignlnsl
M INDE1.1.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nii I'H'i: is HEREBY I1IVEN 'I''1'
tile undersigned, desiring i" engage In
bus.....-s nuclei the fictitious name "i
I'll/l'iiN FISH MARKET at 518 Ba-
1'ini.i.i Way, Miami Beach intends lo
I-. Klstci said name Ith the Clerk of
ii,. i Mi cull '"in i "i" l >ade i '..iiiii>.
Ida.
VIA Rli IK BI'TINUARO
,\ Ni SEI." \ II.I. Atty.
VI r A i t .
I:- Iiti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
NO. 65904-C
Eslati "i
I.K" IN I llll'.N

NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
-.I,. I
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I -
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ni.ilnls u hi '
He of LEON CiiH EN di
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Kami md ai
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;., -. Ill II......ffiCcH III III. I'.
Courthouse In Ihidi I'otiBt) Fl
n Ithin six call ndai months fn m
inn. ol ih. first publication hi
or the same lll l" Imrred.
I ..i i. ii .ii .Mi.in I, Florida, thu
.lav of Kebruary, .1 D. 191
.n isi;i-ii i Ml EN
Ah Exi ni"''
First publication "i Ihla notl
Hi. 5th da) "I Mn rli.
NAT RE1SS
Ati... in > for Exi ntoi
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C RCUIT COURT. I'TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 65C 2072

P
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IS. ii
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\\IV 12th Avi
, rls..... irk ol ibis Court on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU'T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65836 C
IN RE: Estate of .
.MAN SPER DE1TELBAI M
I it-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons I
ing Claims .n Demand* Against s
Eatati
\. an hereb) notified and
quired to present an) claims and
in i mi- which you ma) have aga
,i. estate ol J( I IN SI'BR DBITE
BAl'M deceased late ..i I'.nl.- Com
Count) l idges ol I'
i '..'.iiii ( and file thi in n d
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 66C 1M9
HENRY I'osrU'llAl..
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHSrtN Pi'Sl'ICHAU
1'i'fcll'l ml m ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOSKFIN P08PICHAL
9><1" North Boulevard. Rout. I
CluiKiin Falls, Ohio ,.,
YOl' IRE HBRRBY NOTIFIED a
serve a copy of your Anawer to the
Complaint for divorce filed M*1,""1
v......n plaintiffs attorneya i.ii.n
STEIN S Ml I.I.I7K. IK* His...mi.
Kuilding. 19 W.st Flagler Street, Mi-
ami, Morl.lii. and to file the oWnai
thereof with the ClarH of the afcowa
on or before the tflM '
Man h, i'."i"'. othei wise De..... i '"
iso will be entered against you
Dated a I Miami, Dade County. Kior-
Ida, tills mil da) of February,
i: B LEATHERMAN
ci, 11, of the Clreull Couri
(aeal) r C P COPBLAND
Deputy
I, in -''.. .: 5-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63974-C
in Ki-: Batata of
Rl iSK SMCCKLER
i)eee.i?.Hil. ____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* "i Demanda Against Baw
You are hereby notified and re-
aulred to preaeht any clalme nd de-
mands which you '"i'.v ,'.''.; i'*;'['Fl
the estate of R)SE SMI l KLER de-
ceased late "f I'nl. >'"'i'"V Horii'i.
to ,i. County Judges of Dade I ounty.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 13...... Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
I, courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
Id within six calendar months from
ih,- time ol the first publication lun-
.,r or the same will be barred,
"'bated M...... Florida, thi* 18th
iliv i.f Febl uar) A.D 1965,
IU KIN S.Ml'.'K I.Kit
\ Exi. utor
publication ..f thi* notl.....n
the 26th .1 D of February, I96.
I.i:, .n \ EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
HO Lincoln Road, Miami JJfJ^S-lJ-W
or I
, ..nil.h.iul
1) ITED
E. Ii
(seal)
win i you.
Fell
i.i: ITHERMAN, I' '
.1 NELSON,
I ny I 'lei U
2 :-. :: 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business miller the fictitious name of
IlLINK OFFICE n KMTl'Ki: at 156
w Flagler St., Miami, Florida Intend*
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
BLANK, inc. mi'' >R ITED
By: Lawrence Blank, President
AINHLEE I! FERDIE
Attorney for Blank, Incorporated
suite .ni1, 2315 s\v LeJeune ltd.
i !oral i labli s, Floi Ida S813t
I 26, 3 S-IS-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CJ1VEN tlint
the undersigned, desiring i" i ngage
in business under the flctltlou* name
of NORTH DADE EMPLOYMENT at
3C3 N.E. H7th St. Miami Intends to
register said name "ith the Clerk of
th.. circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida
DOROTHY r.lMHKItc, OILMAN
3/19-36, 3/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-7
11TH JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2190
I. iSE INT IN ii' LAl' CI IBAS,
I'laintlff,
Rosa ISABEL DE 1.A CARIDAD
iil.MIMni RAMS de LAO,
I '. l.ml.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ROSA ISABEL DE I.A CAIUL'AO
OLMEDt i rams de LAO
Calvarlo No. 901
Santiago de i "uba
i uientCi < 'uba
YOB ARE HEREBY notified that 1
Complalnl for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
qulred to sen.- .i i opy ol your a
swer to the c,.niilaiiit .n the I'laii.'
iffs attorney, LE8TER ROGERS
win.se address is 999 N \v. lltli Btree
Miami, Florida, and file the original
..I" the Answer In the office of
Clark of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in mid for I'nile County, Florida.
on or before the 9th da) of April, 196
In di fault of hlch the I 'ompl* i
will be taken as confessed by yov
DATED iiii- !6th da) of February.
B I! LEATHERMAN
. !li 11> of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: J. -I NELSON
Deputy Clerk
3/5-12-19-26


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icy, March 12. 1965 -Jenlst Fkridinn Paqe 13-A Si „ Mm ** %  *_ Ml'* \-^ Vv^ fj mr^X Purim Carnival At Beth David Beth David Religious School annual Purim Carnival on Sundaj noon will IKpreceded by a 10:30 a.m. special School Assembly in Spector Hall, featuring "Ahamad the Magician" and two Purim plays Proceeds will be used to help defray the cost of school activities. A Purim musical comedy will be directed bj Mrs. Alex Stiebel, reUgious school teacher, assisted by Mrs Lilyan Brotman and Mrs. Meyer Foier. synagogue members. Cast members are Leah Berman. Ross Cohl. Howard Feinbcrg. Alan (iiilbut. Barry Kulscher. Roni Laskin. Cynthia Lubel, Steven Lundy, Daniel Najjar. Gail Rosenthal Mikki Shilf, Julie Taffin, Leslie Tallin. Robert Tanenhaum. Wendy Traurig, Martin Waas and Susan Waas. Sharing the program will be a Purim play in Hebrew enacted by students ol Class Aleph 2 and directed by Hebrew Gerchakov. The teacher. Mrs. Sol The carnival, held on Beth Davirit • grounds, will feature fun booths,! rides, games, prizes, and a Coun-j 1 try Store. Chairman of the carnival is Mrs. Seymour Friend. Co chairmen are Mrs. Leonard Wolf and Mrs Murray Marcus. William Lish i> COiiuinator and advisor. Robert Levin To be Honored Robert Levin, president of Tri Children's Hospital. pure Water Company, will be hon Recently nnmed a trustee to the '•red by triends and business as hospital board. Levin has also been son) a tag at a testimonial break -, active in a number ui local frat;.st Sunday. 10 am., at Yarietv ernal and welfare projects. r rr*" enard Rosenblatt, worshipful master of Hibiscus Masonic Ddqe, congratulates Brother Mayor "Chuck" Hall on r*>[ ack thorn shillelagh stick presented by Dr. Fred ile left Presen'ation was made at Q recent past masters ield al the Deauville Hotel, honorinq immediate J! Hibiscus Lodge, Howard M. Katzen. Jesen'inq New York's Mayor Wagner at City Hall with a >y cf the new Koren-Jerusalem Bible in the name of Tel r.\Mayoi Mordechai Namir is Te! Aviv Town Councillor BV F. Es::e:cher (center), and Joseph M. Snyder (right), manrectoi of Rassco Israel Corporation, of New York. The ^ren Bible is the first Hebrew Bible edition with a distinct '•'.y-de; : :\ed typeface set and printed by Jews in Israel. FOR SALE "SO FT. ON DOUGLAS ROAD "CORNER" LD ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT; 16 Years Same Owner ir.udir >:-tn er with Option fo Buy-! 10' Depth I ttlra lot lor Parking For Further Details Call HI 6-6480 FOR SALE SUPER MARKET BRADLEY BEACH, NEW JERSEY WITH KOSHER MEAT DEPT. ISTABUSHtD OVER 25 YEARS ORNER 8UIIDING • MODERN FIXTURES PARKING LOT • WITH INCOME PROPERTY RETIRING WRIT! F.S., BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLA 33101 SPECIALIZING IN PERSONAL INCOME TAX FOR PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEN O 1 j ( ] 1^1 £\ H 903 CONGRESS BLDG T ^ ,\ '2~JZ-ZSl MIAMI, FLORIDA J. HOSES %  —"'• iBin m Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COM PARK: King ... free central s on%  .. ultra and I When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just c c f i e Boulevard right on Biscayne Bav only 3 minutes from Miami Beach Ten minutes takes yon west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest c 1 t 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — valet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-hole putting green — boat dock and fishing pier — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! only | # J monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! ""-• % %  d V. TOWERS Rental Apartments ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N. E. 33rd ST MIAMI. FLORIOA • PH. FR 3-3103



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Pent 10-C vjewis* ncrk/iar Friday. March 12, 1965 must be melted ." Toward this 5t ay but also became the to mormontask >1 a ,;s rami-i runner of the Jewi-h day s^ ,,,,„.„, he vowed to dedicate, system with schools ln TCath hiiii-''H all sizeable Jewish %  as .: tj pically brisk wind I March morninc. that Tueshim ;:the Or the very fir-t 'lav ol his ar throughout the COUI he founded his firsl school The Reooe so<, r %  Jrmj in the United States A number of a lso founded a nui v, eror senior Y< idents registered .amzations to ,;h milIer lis guidanci and of Jewish ".ncem His Mcrkosi.-. en immedi[nyonei Chinuch .1 ihioup zation lor Jewish I the mibecome one ol thi ... arge s ho >l network international edu • Amerii.: its kind in ;h> Th( ; not contented!) His Mat • • %  mtj problems of Ji ..:,.. arK j %  Kebol Publicatii i Sociel ne. Witi i kec world"* largi st pu he sidle literature I ... A of h:mon : j e :• tmei i %  %  %  li W as I %  '•• 'he children, Kabhi Jon • which can and must ned a uniquely %  tbeii ality For despi %  • %  ...i> ol lil communal activil : t u -i 1 leader of countli • Kwsaife Opposition Gives Way from a j, ua k ::oma j He sent forth capable and de over the world ntuuulj termined young men to found sought his counsel His mind and heart were to* 1 and devotedlj ..ttuned to of the Jewish mast children" regardless of his sincere concern fur the iaft background or previous orienta vidual was fatherly tion. Characteristically, the young ftmalan Experience >saries encountered strong op• in The schools were refuted in the tradition of < habadLub) those who considered them unbavitch leaden "f which he ui i special boat to greet in America sorely needed to be fashionable and the whole idea t>.o sixth in succession, be COBDrottingholm ap revitalized. preposterous But the stubbornlytributed his profound and articn.ubavitcher Rebbe .left, Rabbi Rabbi Joseph Isaac Schneersohn. the late Jewish day sch ool. J*g+ J^ !" Schneerson, world leader of Lubavitehnr Rebbe. the day he arnved m the !" g'JS? eduoate all the call The present Lu ienackem M. %  re Chabcd Lubavitch movement. Right is United States in 1940 Arrival of the Lubavitcher American Jewry was by and dedicated young men. most of late teachings to thi whom were American-born, held chabad philosophy. The recent fore long op gradual publication of hi I The Rebbe's courses and writings attest total Continued on Page U-C Qoocf uUusic is da buck in 194 hi h saw a preached the harbor. ; : ""-: %  %  ] X A !! : his :i >,'" *"£ large frozen in complacency, and lhcir ground, and before long o P i a dual publication of his fe 1 ~ .'I, r fi he realized tna. a, he phrased posithm gave way Th, Rebbe", the pier bark New York eptton The suggest that the distil • acious ssengei thi assembled crowd and acknowledged the I me to greet, tl iresence of the various dignitariitcher Rebbe. 1 s. repn sent; lives from all lev%  e.-nment and nearly all ... aped the J -. and all who ilaughl be the firsl !... I come 1 ime him. t" ... ashore, to avo Your warm and cordial recepion on the part ol the surg • e ply moving." the RebIDS crowd. he sal d. -but the joy in my heart Even the transatlanticvoyage i. %  %  lebrated i leadei v ,.his lifi -I": %  stormy and i • iti I North v %  %  .... •. L' boats: i i rtain that %  -than : i the Drottii gh seas I: wai sh ps ol variin i w anted to as. themselves f its ni h for military cai I was the la-' ross the Atban of V. d Wi : 1! Brief Reception P. e b be had tinallv ri • ted ar the res America had ihe stood 0 ;nded by the official recepI %  ['arty which had ">"•• nui In caused by this meeting is overwhelmed with pain and concern the plight of our bretheren on the other -. le Their cry for help I not coi seek my own je." the Rebbe exclaimed. Life-Saving Mission "Europe is aflare. countries are eing savage >vei an. .lews are • n g men ilessl; n assacred, then % % % %  -in Europe a holocaust whi< efies description. America's conscience must be awakened, and a hove all. American Jewry must alert itself to the life n now on its bands r belore in the history of ind As it turned out. the Rebb. actually two-fold. While he ha tern on what was happening in Europe, i... irnaw that religious Jewish life powerfully influential OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW on SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAugic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS PM_L?OS-1 MC 16Q.OOO WATTS



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rage 2-B rjewtstncridltor Friday, March 12, 1955 Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women Plan Variety of Functions Through Month Mr. and Mrs. Harry August (far right in photo right) Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stein at a q right! played host recently to 'left to right Valentine dinner dance at the Kmq s .n photo at left) Mr. and Mrs. Max Handshu. Yacht and Country Club. Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Miller and (photo at Confab Delegates Are Back From Hadassah Meet Mrs Irwin Li-s. member of the National Service Committee, and *drs. Gerald Soltz. president of the Florida Region, just returned with .report from HadassarTs annual mid-winter conference at the Sher.ton-East Hotel in New York City. Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, this spring will launch a five-year Jewish research and publication pro .ram to help strengthen identity ..iiionL: Jews in the 1'nited States. This will b out in cooperation with tin N'ational Foundation (or Jewish Culture. Mrs. S irted thai "through :%  program, we pe l reatei • lj among Hadassah members but among ..11 jews — ot Jewish life and its heri. tage and the need to preserve it." Mrs Liss said that more than $600,000 was voted for special projects by the leaders of Hadassah. This sum is over and above the regular annual Hadassah budget and will advance its work in Israel in medical research, nursing and vocational education. The conference delegates approved a series of resolutions dealing with American domestic and foreign affais and also called upon the Government of West Germany ;. -find a way to extend" the SI ute "I Limitations affecting the pn secution of Nazi war criminals 1 the present expiration date Parl .'i the special projects money is lor the establishment of a Kidney Transplant Research Program headed by Di Marco Caine. of Hadassah's Department ot Urology. Speaking about another session MrSoltz reported that "within the next five years. \>uth Aliyah expectto absorb an additional 30,000 young people in its collective settlement-, youth villages, schools. day youth center-, and in llother institutions." Miami Beach Council. Bnai Ifrith Women, has scheduled March meetings President is Mrs Max Kern Chai Chapter meets Tuesday. 8 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. Program vice president, MrElsie %  i,.1. an anged a skit 1 ele Purim, performed by the 1 ireel %  ,,:\;,, K • %  1 incil president I at the Pres%  1Mrs Freedom Chapter eels 18. I pin al the nuinity Center Pi lent \ii> Bernard \ is announces lr tor ol the Florida Office Anti-Di I • II he 1 -• speaker Mrs, Max Kern, president. Miami Beach Council, will attend the meeting achairman 'ii the District 5 convention President 1Mrs Howard Dutkin, Harmony Chapter meetTuesday, Mar. 23. 8 p.m.. at Chase Fed eral. 41st St. and Sheridian Ave A Passover program, provided by Manischeuitz matzohs, will be presented President iMrJack Dernis, Hatikvah Chapter meet] day. 1 p.m. al the Morton To* Restaurant. Program vice dent, MrGertn 1 s„\ mm introduce Barn. \ Gorinstein, 1 tant direct, r FI01 Region Defamation Leas 1 er Nominating mitt?/ present the si ti ">5-66 1 ideiit is MrI Kluaw." e Menorah Chap<• lay Mai •:•!. .,' '. eral. Lincoln 1: iirjton \\ ..' n m. will 1. %  pi bj 'he \. •• mittetI 1968 66 Presidi 1 Benjamin Miami Beach Chntr | Tuesdaj noon a' • ;. I Purim pan-. President is Mrs North Shore Chapter meets! day. 1 p.m.. at the Deauvilk| tel. Alter the blithe meeting, Mrs. SanfonJ ,'a son will give a review on 11 written by Saul Bellow. Donor dinner will lie held' nesday night at the Carillon I Highlighting the entertain will be Danny Kaye vision and films Preside:.: Mrs Bettj Teitelba TASTE VJHi! SWISS KNIGHT is Amei ica's must popular Swiss Grvyeve suiss KNIGHT puts the flavor of Switzerland's ll 1 uyere I heese into handy foil-wrapped slices ami wedges. Wonderful for lunch, snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick up SWISS KNIGHT at your store today I Naturally good! Tastiest snack with any dish... prand for canapes, dips, and munching I Two wholesome "naturals" in a delicious combination... the sensational Egg-Onion Crackers... naturally from Horowitz-Margareten! • .W _^7,' ; *-<. Horowite-Margareten! Grand opening tonight Or any night. With anything. Meat, fish, dairy, it there s another vegetable dish as delicious.* nutritiouslysatisfyingasHeinz(strictly) v ^ 7 Vegetarian Beans-well, we'll eat \t\\p 7 J ,...„ v Kvtrv UW carries %  seal of approval of the ONION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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Paqe 16-A leniftfk riUftr Friday. M PA3BI SO'. LANDAU Germans Note Drop in Reports Of Prejudice Continued from Page 1-A were sen! into Wesl German] He emphasized that none Oi the rightking groups had a daily newspa pAt ihe em of 19C3. there were in West Germany 123 rightwing racial oraiinizatinn.s. youth groups and politieal parties, with a total membership oi 24.600. the report of the ministry stated. At the end of 1964. there v. ere 119 such groups vMih a membership 01 22.500 In 1950, membership in such groups totaled 78.000. In recent years, the report said. 16 new groups were formed .md 20 dissolved themselves. It added that currently there were eight such groups with more than 500 members each and n small groups with an average membership oi 42 each. Rabbi Sol Landau Elected New Spiritual Leader of Beth David Congregation Rabbi Sol I an lau was 1 spiritual leader oi Bct'i David C< n tresatinn at a meet in a Monday, .t was announced b) Max R S'lver. president Rabbi Landau ico-t Park Synagogue. Cleveland <>. thelargest Conservative congregation in the United States He formerly led pulpits in Wilmette. PI and t Am \ v Mr is Me auHIW of "Christian-Jewish Relations "Juda'sm and th< Personal I H • • • ai d book reviev p % %  -. in man" icals Fnr s < :ri I years, hi • 1 lectun r on tl vative Judaism Cavaka le His education combines th formol early rraeeVekQ of sehoo's in Berlin and London, with graduate an' 1 post oraduat* Tod's in American universities. He ws ordained by the Jewish Theo'ogieal Seminary in 1951, and won the homiletics oriz of his class. He holds a BA from Brcok'yn Co'leoe. an MA froti New York University, and MHL degree from the Seminary. He served in the United States Army for four years. Rabbi Landau has special training in pastoral counseling. Other areas ol special concern include adult education, where he initiated pilot projects in parent child rela %  lie is a member m the Board t Governors National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies; member Committee ol JfcwIM Affairs <> the American Jewish. Conares* and has been nominated to serve three-year term on the BXec mi cil ol the Rabbinical As • \ % %  res formerly, he ilt-man ol the Committee m R Chicago Board a ni''.liber ol thi JOgue "i Ameru .1 Rab'ii Landau .of a famous rabbi an unbroken 20(1 j., rabbis. He is mai two children. • Lebediker Branch! Ptrim Festival Lebediker Bram ; p,^ Labor Zioni-t 111 hold a sala Puritn 1 DiLido Hotel on Sat lar 27. at ti p m p B • am 'vli SIMIY MEYIR ADL to Honor Sidney Meyer A dinner in honor of Sid n e j Meyer will be held at Weatview Country Club on Wednesdaj 1 Ding, Mar. 31 black-tie affair is being tendered by the Klo: "a Reg I a I Board of the Anl. Defamation League. Meyer is being honored lor his Outstanding contribution toward the aims and ideals if the AntiDefamation League in it> fight against bigotry, prejudice and toward the realization <>i equal opportunity lor all." Father and Son Banquet Touchdown Club and the Villas' Carriage Club will be eo-bosts Sunday lor .. lather and -on banquet rings VillaM %  n y sport! celebrities in the area planning to attend the affair, led by the Vaiil.es' Mickej Mantle All tickets ire being sold in advance, according to the Villas' Art Brunt NORTON TIRE Main Store: 5300 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami -< Open 24 Hours A All Day Sunday 1700 N.E. 163rd Street Open Sundays Evenings • ServO'q South F'onda St|ost Steennf Repack Front Wheel Mother Bearm{s Tail Pipe v' EXPERT FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS ALL WORK DONE TO FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED YOU HAVE INSTANT CREDIT IN OUR STORES BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE WQRLD S LARGEST B. F. GOODRICH DEALER MIAMI 5300 N W. 27th Avt. *77 S W. tin Sn.tf MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Ro*d NORTH MIAMI 133*0 N w 7th Av.nu. W HOUYWOOO 6017 Hollywood Bl.d .1 SUI. Bed -7 HO'fSTBAD 30100 South F.d.rtl M__ SOUTH DAUt 9001 South Dill* H„. Open t,l 8 P w WfST rt. hi'-6?7 '. n lAUDIROAll 1830 W trowjrd Blvd 7t33 W B.C....I BUd NO'H • %  BEAC 1700N 163rd %  Op. 1 '" f f



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Page 12-A +Jeist ncrklian Friday. March 12, \%t\ Jets Battle Egyptian Planes; Parade Scheduled for Tel Aviv Newly-organixed Men's Club cf Forte Towers Apartments HOC West Ave.. elected officers meeting last week. Standing lef 1 to riqht ere Arthur OmMeii tl secretary Murray Freeman vie* president; Joe Moore ser• arms Sam Rcsenbcum, vice presi5 j eft to : jhl ^:e .'rsepr. G sech Modres ---resident: and >nd secretary. Firs* inauc cccktail oartv of the 171-member organization be Sunday. Mar. 21. with Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard as installing officer. Judae Mii-rr. Friedman will be master of ceremonies. Shew will feature Viv:an Llovd and Guv Renee, among other acts, with Bob Novak and his orchestra providing dance music. Che. the affair are Irving Merkur and Joseph L. Goodman. Continued from Page 1-A ous day in which the Syrian posit,, ; %  c ntinued firing at an u* rac tor in the same area until .. cease fire was arrai The Israelis returned the fire Syrian posit intenattack jd two S %  used ncTr?ne gun* ere no casualti' m %  '< Israeli side. __ .._, annual irn^rwrwcrtn' lilitan parade will el Vvh this • is reek. lnd D :',! be through • ce this year will ma k • th anniversary ol World War 11. the parade will recall the rewar and ttlei nts in Palestine I I %  allied victory in the war against the N'azis Fascists Special emphasis will d on the aid to vie! by the Jewish units in the Allied including the Jewish BriA motiop. for a cers-e in Ik] Kneset of the Goverr -•-• s U A celation of plans •: -o a •>[ parade in Jerusa e-v ) S r filed by the opp;s • ;-i Herutl Party At the same • --.. a c 0 ,J eign Ministry spokc-'.-^n ItrnwB "completely groove •: a rt.1 port that there has :?T A-ierjJ can pressure on lsra thiil matter. i %  %  • Nations S in Israeli milit. I alem would b< lici srael An i lit e veni ng n w s | against the Govei • nte lo shift the parai e i .voj The new spapei -i ns given for t lit %  -_ N : • ing Thej to Maarr Jerusa i strict the army's certain heav> L'.S-ma Hawk missiles Temple Menorah Ccuc.es Cub makes crSchuman -!: : Norman Shapiro, Mrs. Mc 3 Purim dance on Saturday Behmoiras. Mrs. Ed Schuman. Spiritual e-.e pk Social Hell. Shewn leader oi Temple Menorah is Rabbi Mayer me Mo Normorn Shaoiro. Ed Abrc Maurice Revitz is president. LIVE AT ]\fariborough Jouse Miami Beach's 0-'y \^. jmt* OCEAHFROHT COHDOMIHIW IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom. 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Prrvata terraces • Maid service available • Private card room MARLBOROUGH HOUSE is located on the 0 :-ont m fe fash.onac e fifties... within mop-.er-.s ot Ires. Condom niuai financing pra.'.des individual o* ef youi feu assume no financial respons I • f< -. M or *3ie as gou -a n BUY! DON'T RENT rout MARLBOROUGH HOUSE asa-t-e-t costs as little as M8 fo ma %  %  % %  I i %  %  c P. rs South Dads Deborah genei Wednes s Fi DOWN PAYMENTS ARE LOW f • t-\ motfeaje rujnciaaj by WASHINGTON FEDERAL Merifaai: %  • % %  ., c MM ."• S2 Pea'estate! I -.-?- legi : M In i tqMnsee tvi MARLBOROUGH HOUSE "VSXSX* Leaders of the Miami Stockbrokers Division meet to arranqe for coverage by 'heir division of all area stockbrokers on behclf of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to riqht ere A S .: rton and Company; Euaene L. Mann, Merri ll Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Smith; Herbert Blumberg, and Company: and Stanley Scher Goodbody and Compcny. School Dean Guest of Honor be held at Kings Bay nap Vac-tit Club, trill be channeled to ,."_ :.ac UK care o: children at the h Dr Hay don C. al. Ike L'niverafj TtefcetJ to the event, chaired by o: M~. l MrLena Schild. may be purAl proceeds i the Tuesday noon chased at the door <^ One good Seacoast Towers deserves another! Elegance. Luxury. Impeccable good ta6te. Every feature and convenience for gracioua oceanfront lfvinf ... at surprisingly moderate rentals. Beautiful sequel to Seacoast Towers North, moat 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, IVi Baths tram S520 %  1 %  edreem, Baths, (d-ninf room or dtn convertible lo second bedroom) from 1340 • Do lue Corner 1 Bedrooms, a Baths, from S340 %  Penthouse Suites available. Private terraces, central air conditioning heating in* eluded ia rent. Guoronteed Occupancy: October, 19*5 Miami Beach's o leli open daily "ion Hall at Seacoast Towers South Slot Collins Avenue... en thai Miami Beach • Phone 8SS-74S.



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March 12, 1965 +Jenisii norkUain Page 13-B idemy Science i r Tuesday [.. n Academy Junior High F vv iH hold its annual I p a i r i Tuesday in the | buildii t 2400 I'ine Tree Dr. L than i students will have In chemistry, geology, ashy electricity, /oology and Ina'tics. Rabbi Alexander S. principal, announced. fining participants will be i:e to enter the South Florifcience Fair to b held Mar. ough 26 at the Dinner Key lorium. __ :. will be awarded Hebrew Acad IT.A director of log] al the ,.: i irdiac Hospii Students Will Read MegilSah During Purim services at Beth David on Wednesday al 7:15 p.m., the following students will chant portions of the Megillah: Richard Waas, Stanley Grossman, Marcia Cypen, Shelley Beer. Mark Sirull. (harks Silverman. Elyse Berkowitz, Sonia Miller. David Stone. Cynthia Blitt. introducing the chapters in English will be Barbara Cohen, Linda Gilbert, Janet Gordon, Deborah 1.ubel. Deborah Nevel. Beverly Reingold. Gail Rosoff. Riva Sniff, and Lynn Weinkle, iudy Garland at Fontainebleau Judy Garland unexpectedly arrived at the Ft ntainebleau last Wednesday for a couple of days of relaxation under the sunshine before starting rehearsals for her appearance in the hotel's big La Ronde on Thursday. The famous songstress was accompanied by her fiance. South Dade Singles South Dade Singles of Temple Beth Am will sponsor a party Friday, 8:30 p.m., at 8410 SW 28th St. Hadassah Group Celebrates Purim Morten TowerChapter ot II,.dassah celebrated the holidays last week with a Purim festival headed by Mrs. Leah L'dell in a special recital of original poetry. On Monday noon, a Youth Aliyah luncheon will be held at the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehman, of Temple Emanu-El. will be gu-.'-t speaker. Entertainment will be headed by the Jensen Children's Dramatic Group, in addition to Larry Blue, accordionist and singer. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is president. MR. ..: %  > MRS. S.ft.ON j he; % %  '. the Sciilty ad _„ itfii irticipating OJffflOLlS Wlil ROMWELL % %  { • rOOl • MIM1I IUCH(IWS Let '' riant' c I wptfyWon **# y*SS~ — **•' "••'• ES*^^ tanaa f daily per person INCLUDfS lenMtocc. $TaiCTlY 116 ot 105 roomj I to Apr. 15 KOSHft MiALS An, 3 •*.• I* Apl.ll, $11* Any 2 wHtl )• Apr.lS, fIJt* CANTOR THEODORE WOLF Will Cendwct 2 Sederi And Ot*\ and l0\ I MiM KOSHER CATERERS I \W4W from hors d'oeuvrea to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami—Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Safra. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS nxoa KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1671 • KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNlSHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor



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Page 6-C 9-Jmistnrrk/i^r Friday, March J Wed 'd ions & AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avt. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION M5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel KersHner. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Cons-rvative. Cantor William W. Lipson. • >. n ~ : % %  \U Han aa I I M tsn h Jam, -. %  n -: Mr ... d Mm. Phi P biff. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schitf. Friday (5:13 p.in Saturday • ''Evil Has Ita Ueewon* Mln*ha n p.fn. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. Friday 8:20 p.m. Satu da} 9 a.m. • %  ETH JACOB 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maanee Mamches. ervices C7Z/5 ^UJccLcnd Pi an -. %  %  M SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION VAYIKRA Two lambs offered as a sacrifice in atonement for a •And he shall brintz forfeit unto the Lord for his si n he hath sinned" (Lev. 5:6). 'TEMPLE BETH AM. S50 N. Kendall Dr.. Sr. Miami. Reform. Rabb. Herbert Baamoard. ..„•. ;• % %  .. n Stid< ntt •: %  ,., Soli .->• %  .-: ad< ...... n Mnrdvoni. M rch Mrthfla: %  hlldr< will In bl s ii'.ir.i.-n 11:13 a.m Hni MM*CHffor.l, M>n oi Mi and Mr* %  Murray \">' I TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYAMI. 15"> Washington Ave. OrthoWOOD. 1361 S. 14th Ave Reform, dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. CANDLEUGHTING T/AU 8 Aden— 6:08 p.m. 'em of '•as to, measji =-LAOLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfold. Cantor George Goldberg. K'l'i.r. '". p.m. Sermon: ''Purim S-T.;. Onc-e shabbat hosted by Mis. rlarvnina RoaenhpFsj in honor of her blrthda; Saturday 9 a.m MincM B:30 j in. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabb Richard M. Leviton. Friday 7:43 pi" I'n in *e ^ % %  • • .-'• %  %  im.ii "Purim for our Ma>rm • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Roconstroctionist. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottllob. PrMay s pin. Harm o n "AfcbltAotn ol C.ns-i VMUV, Jodaiam." Saturday l"::ln am Sermon; "Th. s.-il.i-atli ,'f j I K. innibra ^_ a HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. dross i"-i.ln\ • i>n Siinini.'t'. % %  a.m. Mm, ha •i li.lll. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. • ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. •Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor' Beniamin Ben-Ari. Friday > r. p.m. Srrmon: '"riil' "£"• St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu w nnaresratlon : %  %  • M.-ni Sun T Sw ; rs | tv Cantor Louis Cohen a-olf and l %  Si-hato-olf will "*'"" *ou '* *onen hnst th. (meg Shaliliat in innor of Frroaj • :"" ami s : i n.iii. S.-inum: hla bh-thda • 13 am Bab•Impromptu Anawla. Onea Shabbat I • i.l It. membrane. Si-rmun boated bj Uoni Stein Slaterh I SatShnll We n-m-ni'.r • unlay :4J a.m. Sermon: %  •portion ol — • the Week." Mineila J:S0 p.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1SB0O NW %  ETHMOSHE CONGREGATION. • | 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. 13630 W. Dune Hwy. Conservative. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Rabbi Richird Marcoviti. Cantor SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. \fi i,ia\ S:3H p.m Si-rmon: "Hainan. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Hitler, Xaaw-i !>.:-. i... in ilnt;.-ii.iii.l % ::.i p.m I'loalim H*i "'' BMaalj l!\. Conioim I'L day nlsrhi foi Kerninn "Man and HiSui liifi %  Mil a 3:4.3 p m. Seymour Hinkes. i: 13 p.i Purim %  >ni •-Shabl in % %  -•. d by i in. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. OrthoJox. Ralph Kneger, secretary. e BETH TFILAH 93 ; Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. — o %  ETH TORAH '64111 St .ind NE 11th Ave. Co-serv n,ve Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. : m K 4." -ii of I %  • %  : %  i nil Ine>. % ••II of M lb: Car}-, aon %  •!' Mr and U Fred I .. non of Mi HI MiKoberi Germ KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi L-avid Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Krlday 3:Sn and t:Sii p m Satui day TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Krlday S:IB p.m. Sermon: What Does Separation of Churvh and Htate Mean to Vou." Kactirdny |n:43 :• in rial Mltxvah: Alan, non of Mr and MiMuurii • Pull n k; William, >..n o( Mr, ami Ah-. Juek I'utii'Hhon, i-li 111 I. i im i hoi •• % %  by nod Sal rday • a.m. Jun%  .i i i.'ii. TEMPLE BETH TOV 64J8 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. 11.111. .-Ml II in -. "Whal l< ml of i "IMetal Had I.....,;..,I Vnk ol I'n?" Mltxval I %  %  • I • _. • — m I .,n,l Mi> %  /.. %  | ,;,. MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Saturil .,, ,,| Washington A\e. Orthodox. Rabbi ''Ii' u •• %  B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conse vativr. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. 1 "l'„l.i\ i i .. Ml'7 i: m • iluuah' %  I %  I May '. 1". an.l • I'm tlon o N Hi. u %  ;, Mim ha 3:43 | Ka • Abraham Strissfeld. — • — DHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman a SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah mias. i'i iiiny :, p.m. Saturday R:S0 .i m Sermon: "The Lord i"alli ,i to Mom %  • —TEMPLE EMANL-EL 1701 Washington Ave Conservative Ranbi Irving Lehrman. Can-oZvi Adler. I %  -• mi : \ • VAYR1KA — God called to Moses from th. and revealed the sacrificial laws The burnt-off, -i-t of a male animal without blemish: if it h. to be a turtle dove or a young pigeon. The purpose of ftj,, int. which was to be completely burned, was to make atorm for evil thoughts. The meal offering was to consist of fine Hour raw or stewed, generally intended as a free-will offering The i offering, of cattle or sheep, either male or ferni i wn n free-will offering, or vow. offered in the name ol a familv sin-offering was intended to make amend-, foi sins cornrs 1 by error. Different categories of individuals and groups werettaji rifice different animals lor sin-offerings Th, ..noinied uwl and the congregation offered a young bullock, the prince )J goat, a common person a she-goat. The person who touchecal unclean object, or failed to keep a vow. must bring a Iamb or a female goat for a sin-offering; and if he could [ afford either, he must bring two young pigeons or turtle rin — the first as a burnt offering, the second as a sin-ofl A ram served as a guilt-offering in the ease nf a viola of a negative c Thou shalt not") commandment, or in casesj theft of articles set aside as holy. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Lawn| tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Js*ia| Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publither nl Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Neil York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing thev*kmi| is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Chassidism Can Meai Bright Future for I si TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. ConPrlila} 1:13 |..lll Sel ilioli 'The \ servative. iO?5 NE :83rd St.. Miami I lean Student In Revolt Gardens Ril Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. — • %  — Cantor Maurice Neu. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. in Sermon in?" II.IM Mlntvnh :•. %  mtl Mi-. i .-., i irdaj H-43 n.m CUBAN HEBREW CRCLE OF MlSermon: "Furini.''Holldaj ..I M K. A TASTE OF HEBREW 18 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH Shalom, Miriam, v.her* arc vou going? I am going horn*. I have finished my work. Where do you work? I have worked up to now in an office, but I left the work I job) a month ago. Where do you work now? I began to work in a kindergarten. ) I did not know you are a kindeigarten teacher. I is not exactly so. I am no kindergarten teacher. I only help the kindergarten teacher in her work. Is the work in kindergarten better than 'the work) in the office? Ever) kind of work is good, but I love small children very much, I love very much to see small children enjo>ing themselves and laughing. All good people love children. ?:;n KH ]tf ,ayv} Bite* 1 ."Vw rnjagr? nit' r,-,aa jrtayn rmwfn \:c^ ,BV"^S ~'2>ii "rtnrr. .r::; nmf >MW k? .;. I** "; -_„' Hrg T'Tix "B'KS -." %  • rB*B teM .-:T —}Z'; TJ •B'.'jniaH wrfcb fcTOijs E'-T B*B" ; K B'^ar :":'':itr rs Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip. per. I-"i%  • 1..> s:i.-, |, m Si rmnn: "Presldi • %  l." I>RI .mi to lni|i,,\ • rlah I'ulilie Si I I Sutortla) 11 ., in — • • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. ow.tz. Cantor Edward Klein. IVI.I.M vr. p.m. s.-inir.i.i si mom "The Portion ol the Law II • Mltsvah: Prank, son ol Mr. and Mr* HBUl Tain. n. TEMPLE NER TAMID. M th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. RabDi Eugene Laoovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. T lf LE OR OLOM Conservative J2 sw 16th St., Miami. Rao" Samuel Apr,I Cantor Nico Feldman. rn.lay |ID i,.m, I'ul,,,, BUWI| ,;.,,.,„ Minon April Topi. iHrael — \. i Wee n Wtiurdaj IS ., ,„. i:.,, Mlu vah: l.lovii, ion of Mr. ami u„ Na Han Shenfleld. :,::<„ ,„„. ,,, r M M !" : ;;:"j.:::;::r M r "'•' M TE 2 N JS. L NP 8, JlfH 0 F ^ 0RTH M,A M'nJS?.i u 5th Ave R 'oi-mRabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale I-i I.lay VI, n ,„. .<,.,„„„, "s,.,,,. _, an.l Mr* EMward Thomaa. T | M 4t L h E AvI'^ R ri r JAC0B M' l>l.i„> v • H,,l h Conaervative. s,n i I,' '"" u ^ Wmbbat anon. in i late huaband SaiuMay TE r^ PLE % MO "*"5* Zamora Ave vni'D ntrrinvAuv m\a i,in precisely I help fjf.) than they are laughing I love (f.) pvn ITJIJJI J5 (to the house) home I finished you work (f.) I left mron kindergarten kindergarten leather before month I began fn'n 'fl-Tjin,' ":;.^,""7: %  TEMPLE Con.e rvat ve Rabb Aifr(d WM 2I0N. 8000 Miner R,,. TS3"=ft "&& KSi By RABBI PHINEAS WEBERMAN Oliev Sholom Congregation '. Can there be a renaissance of Chassidism? Chassidism. at ihe time of its i ception, fulfilled a greal need It has proven lo be the mosl consistent solution in the serious problems which besel Jewrj at that time. War ami revolution shattered the established Jewish communities and t'.hu.i tional centers of Eastern Europe, The result was a s c a r c i I y ol Torah scholars. This was a threat to the future of Judaism."" — — The now era of emancipation in Western Europe posed still another danger to our people — that "i assimilation. Chassidism is a means of acquiring a vivid intellectual and emotional response in the study ol the Torah and in its observance. Chassidism's methods are such that they make available this feeling to all scholar and layman alike. An understanding oi the purpose "i the Mitzvahs and the Joy of bringing them Into action evoked a devotion ami adherance to Juda ism to those who otherwise would hove compli t< Ij .,nandoned 1 In the rapid i ourse of hich our world has undera recent years, Ju laism has many afflictions, and j it~ modern-dai ills is betnjl by all secti ry. The destrucl i i I I<'.-J! munities and n nters of M by the bestial hordes o[ Europe v eakei d the very I dations ol J %  ism aid le "' mis doubts .. its future. I some beneficial occurrenceitj cent times may carrj with Sr threat to Judaism. American Jewrj enJOfl "J ino-i unheai I ifflue* wide acceptance b) the n Blh American community. these benefits, comes al?r terrible prospect of assiim* The establishment of a *• State has prompted some oil people to abandon religion an replace it with nationalism The young men and 'Wj| our generation who strong!) for a purpose in life a


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rriday March 12. 1965 +Jentsti ncrldrinn Paqe 9* \JCongress Women Off to Convention Kaplan. Also attending will be Jo-I Meeting the Challenge of t hf) siph I. Yanich. regional director. Jreat Society," with numem-m They will participate in programs | eade.s ot public and commit***. related to the security of the Jews I ilfairs addressing t h c sessiTr**, Florida Women's Division mem conven-.on of the National Women's Tuesday through Thursday. Mar Hi, abroad and public issues affecting ihese include Dr. Joachim Pri-i, hp Of the American Jewish ton Division of American Jewish Conlo 18. include. Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, minority groups at home. f Newark. N.J.. national president li attend the biennial sres, m Washington. DC. next Mrs. Ruth Druker and Mrs. Sylvia Theme of the convention will b, 1 if the American Jewish Congre*. ITS PURIM TIME! I Have some Maxwell House...and Hamentashen! mr*w*} G F 0EN l FOODS Instant or Regular. Maxwell House truly belongs with holidav fun and feasting. For this matchless eoffee is a tradition in its own right— urn-hanging in superior quality, constant in the joy it gives. By far and away the favorite coffee in Jewish homes! Why not have a cheering cup right now? Good to the last drop! MAXWELL Iff HOUSE THOUSE K COFFEJ t "0-KEY en flic label meant Kosher. Certified Kosher and Parve %  Ratbii Hersch Kohn an* Bernarf) Levy. r ine products of General Foods



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'Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY .,, 38 Number 11 Miami. Florida, Friday. March 12. 1965 Three Sections Price 2CT €£^ order police and ptured. Foteh is cred'ted I] number ol recent sab^ge o"empts, including the of a house in Kfar ss la-t month. The unit is It ct trie so-called "Palesti ,n Army." (Photo | JTA \rop Noted Reports )f Bigotry )\\ \ The Ministry reported this i.l been a steady %  number • >t anti-SemSVcsl Germanj 208 cases in 19W • -n. HI presented ral survej ol i mi Semitic ac1 ups in West Germany He rented that 64 fascist and antiWic papers were sent into M Germany from abroad "Pared with 45 such periodicprinted in West Germany. ii e reported TS ti-Semitic leaflets Continued on Paqe 16-A StCRtT TALKS PAGl 6-A BONN (JTA) Chancellor I. u d w i ; Erliard, in an i ilit ial statement issued to the press announced Monday, that the V German Government is read) t'' ti I ii-h diplomatic relations Israel and t i compensate Israel for the rest of the promised arms aid which was cut ofl after a protes (nun Egypt. The statement also sa'd that the Bonn Government will stop all economic aid .mil further credits to Egypt. The statement emphasized that Ihc West German Government re jects any kind <>t intervention in her affairs, and particular!) in her relationship with Israel. At the same time, it po s nted ut that the granting of diplomatic recognition to liael is not directed against an) of the Arah states The Chancellor's statement stressed that Presi dent Nasser of Egypt has jeopardize;! the traditional German-Arab friendship and that the state visit made by Premier I Ibrechl ol Communist East Germany to Egypt, at Nasser's invitation, is hound to influence this friendship. The chancellor's statement was read at an extraordinary press Terence -toy—State Secretary Karl-Gunther von Hase who declared that the Chancellor, empowered by the Federal Republic's constitution has spelled out his Government's foreign policy, as well as his own position. The statement made it clear that the COmiNGlKT OK Ey Special Report M IALEM The ent Wednesday anni nnced it was read) In e. i immi Mate iplo natic A nh ibe :•> .: %  ; i" •>! West German). I he oti.'r w as in.i I' lt.ii .1' t on the Bonn Government 's resumption ol its prev'ousl) withdrawn agreemen! to provide Israel with some $80 million in military equip, ment. policy has been formulated after consultation with Germany's principal allies — the United States, Frarte and Britain. It noted that all of Germany's political parties represented in the Bonn Parliament have been informed of the policy statement (Official circles in Jerusalem •.old the Jewish Telegraphic Agenc) that the statement by Chancellor Erhard is a "surprise," in view of the Bonn Government's position ol the last week. Observers in Jerusalem wondered today whether Dr. Erhard's mention ot fulfilling his Government's arms aid agree ment with Israel meant that he was now ready t'> carry out the Continued on Page 8-A ALL RETURN SAFELY Jets Battle Egypt Planes: Parade Set for Tel Aviv %  | EL AVIV -JTAi — Isra .1 Mirage fighter jets drove off a group ol Egyptian Migs which penetrated Israeli airspace ovet he Nitzana area in the Negev. a:' Israel spokesman announced. The air clash developed, the spokesman said, alter the Israeli iels took oil to meet the Egyptian planes, when 11 was learned that he latter entered Israeli airspace. The Egyptian planes returned to their own territory alter the Israeli jets tired a number of shots, All ol the Israeli planes returned safely. In an incident along the Syrian border, the secord in two days at the same spot, Syrian gun positions attacked an Israeii tractor working at Korazim. north of Lake Tiberias, damag irj the vehicle slightly. The fire, which was directed from three Syrian positions utilizing recoilless guns and automatic weapons, was silenced by return fire from the Israeli side before United Nations observers arranged a cease fire. The exchange of fire began only a short time alter the IN 0 >• -ervcrs concluded their investiy ilion ill a similar attack the previContinued on Page 12-A Cooperate With Jews. Tunisia Prexy Lrges RfPRtSAI FOR MURDER Synagogue Bombed In Montevideo Terror MONTEVIDEO. Uruguaj tJTAi A synagogue in the central part ol 1 h 1 s capital ol Uruguay was damaged Sunda) l>> ;> bomb blast, and police authorities said they believe Ihe desecration was .1 re prisal for the murder ot a Latvian Nazi, Herbert Cukurs, wh se bod) was found beaten and shot in a cottage in a fashionable part ol Montevideo. The damage to th synagogue was not heavy, and no one was injured Meanwhile, with one man under arrest in connection with t b e murder ot the war criminals, police toda) sought two other suspects. ihe man arrested is Dionisio Ma bridies. 32, a Greek national living n South America since childhood Police say he worked as an interpreter for Waldo Helm Tausing, an Austrian who had rented the cottage where cukurs bod) was discovered. Taussing is one of Ihe hunted suspects. Cukurs, according to police, was believed to have been killed b) agents ol an organization calling its ll -Those Who Can Never For LONDON (JTA 1 — President Habib Bourghiba, of Tunisia, made .1 statement in the old city of Jerusalem, on the Jordanian side. Sunday, interpreted by some Arab circles as asking for "moderation md reason in dealing with the 1, according to a Beirut dis patch received here. Mr. l'.our Irba came to Beirut t.>r a visit to Lebanon, after touring Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and is !*oing from Lebanon to Iran and Iraq "We have not persecuted the Jews, anc* we can still cooperate with them on the basis of mutual respect," the Arab press reported President Bourghiba as saying. Some of the Arab newspapermen attending the Jerusalem press conference where he made that statement interpreted his remarks as applyir.g to Israel politically. The pro Nasser Beirut newspaper, declared toda) "We know his ?redo is moderation and the prini iple of take what w offered y IU and ak for more later it would .-eem that his statement yesterda) derived from this principle, which can apply to all questions except Palestine." Catholic Looks at Anti-Semitism B V ROBERT E. SEGAL ,; me in ber ol the tak ng a long, proceedings at the lias made a atemenl on lhan .Km.es O'Gara I 1 ol "Common "I Merc) College League minar 'Gara stated that ihe fact that many Christian commentators over the centuries h a v e promoted antiSemitism." Then observing thai the notion thai a divine curse rests on the Jewish people, he went on to say that "we must admit thai tinis found in many re tpectable manuals, commentaries on the Scriptures and popular in terpretations ol Ihe Bible." He I lamed ihe perversion ovi r the centuries ol true Christian [or producing the poison ol anti-Semitism, partially responsi hie for the Jewish tragedy in Germany and other parts of Middli Europe Bumbling Effort With Mr O'Gara's honesl and incisive observation in mind, we are pleased to note thai Msgr George G. liiggins, director ol %  he Social Action Department ol •he National Catholic Welfare Conference, has reiused to let a leading spokesman for Catholics in the Near East gel away with a recent bumbling effort to %rab leaders who were upset b) recent pronouncements in Rome regarding responsibility tor the i 1 ueilixon. Patriarch Maximos iv Saigh ol Anltoch, des< ribed b) Msgr. Hignias one 1 the most imposing figures in the Council, bad begun h statement by asserting thai Continued on Page 11-A Philip fs Threatened With Boycott LONDON — (JTA) — The Arab Boycotl Council against Israel is threatening to boycotl Prince Philip, husband ol Queen Elizabeth 11. for accepting an invitation to a parly lo he run jointly by the Women's International Zionist Organization a n d Prince Philip's pel children's aid charity 1 hoard a ship being completed in a Glasgow shipyard now for the Israeli merchant marine, the Sunday Express reported here The \i ssel is the Nili. a S5.6 10.000 6.000-1 n ferry being finished now i the yards of the I-'airrield Upbuilding and Engineering i 0., in Glasgow. i

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Ly Mar ch 12, 1965 +Jewisti fh>ric/itr Page 3-C SHOPPING AROUND WITH Wol's Kasha BMDCM art' that for the Purim [day vou will '* ,0 serve a -I hoi bowl ol soup to your fam[For a special treat, you might [chicken soup with Kasha, and to use Wolff's Kasha, a itioij to Jewish homes for genQBi The basic kasha recipe i follows: I csf beaten I cup Wolff's Brown Buckwheat Groats 14 cup shortening [teaspoon salt ps water eggs, (in>ats and salt, •dium-size frying pan, melt Sin in Groat mixture water; bring to boil. Cook, lb covered, over low heat 13 Makes 4 servings % m a> a vegi table, with I nto hot soup 1 DI d aboi e. lokbook filled 1 rn meals 1 your name I ess to Phyll Wolff, Penn I Jraei Tray froii Planter's Oil sen e <>n the I ible linen, the r\ice, the heirloom I i [he rabbis tell us. the Sab. beautiful 1 Oil a making ;i %  Shabbos" n e I tivi Ij inscribover the ) %  lights Guild '" %  > is I %  : ed \ MI, Tov it on your s ; %  ., d< .. in-law, a special hostess. For at this price. 1 it really is a gift If you were to buy this Israeli import in a store. | it would cost approximately! double. But by a very special arj rangement. the makers of Planters 1 Oil are able to offer it to you for only S4.50. plus the label or part of the label from any size bottle | of Planters Oil. So next time you are shopping or making a grocery order, get a bottle of Planters Oil Send the label or part of the label together with $4.50 in check or money or-! der and your name and address, to Planters Oil, P.O. Box 724, Tren-1 ton, N.J. The offer is such an attractive one that the response from Jewish homemakers has already 1 been very enthusiastic. Since the supply is limited, you're wise to i act as soon as possible. You'll be very pleased with this handsome, handcrafted Sabbath Candle Tray, yours with the compliments and good wishes of the makers ol Planters oil. Yuban Coffee Purim i> ;i merry holiday mid a id time t<> offer your familj and guests an extra measure ol pleas ure bj si %  them Yuban Coffee, the premium coffee of General Foods. As you might expeet, Yuban costs a little more than regular coffee, ixit the difference in taste is more than worth the difference in cost The taste tells you that in re is a coffee made from the pick cif the coffee beans, aged carefully, deep-roast( d, and blend ed artfull) to -\\ in the crowd. Yuban Is available in regular and instanl 11 > both, and you'll quickly realize that you can't mi or serve a bettei 1 ip ol coffee, holida) tune or an) ti Philadelphia Cream Cheese The name ol Kraft stands tor THE B1S C A Y If E T I • It II AC E 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHHf THf STARS AND HfAVfN JOIN YOUR ftSmiTHS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NIWIY DECORATED VI \ltl M.|| r IIALLKOOM SEATING UP TO 300 • WEDDINGS • BANQUETS • LUNCHEONS CALL CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS + MEETINGS CATERING Kosher Facilirie, Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 good food and good food ideas, and one product that has no trouble i living up to this promise is Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese. This taste treat is delicious on its own and also lends itself to a variety of serving ideas. This Purim. make the whole day a festive one by catering to the holiday appetites of your family. • What better way to start the holi| day than with a hearty combin, ation like cream cheese and lox on I a fresh bagel'.' For lunch, let the kids and Dad make their own favorite sandwich, starting with Philadelphia Cream Cheese, of course. It's great with | jelly or olives or tomato slices or ; any one of a dozen ways. For dinner, Mother can use cream cheese in a variety of canapes or for a special occasion, such as Purim. she can make a rieh creamy cheese cake. For these and other recipes, look on the back of the Philadelphia Cream Cheese package. Naturally, you should look on the front of the package first and make sure you see the red circle. That tells vou it's from Kraft Seagram's V.O. Life is filled with many line hours, both in the course ol an average day. and on special occasions such as weddings, Bar Mitzrahs, Briths, and the many joyous holidays such as Purim. These "finest hours" call for something I to otter your friends and family, and Seagram's \ 0. is the perfect answer Seagram's V.O., Canadian whisky at it's very finest, has just the right combination ol flavor and aroma with a color and clarity that are most pleasing to the eye. It is these qualities that have made am's V o. cherished by "mayvinim" all over the world. For Purim gift-giving, nothing will give more pleasure to the recipient than a liottle oi Seagram's V.O. Your giving it marks you as someone who appreciates the finer things in life. You're in good company with Seagram's V.O., which is known by the company it keeps Switzerland Swiss Often imitated but never i cated is Switzerland Swiss cheese. There are many Sv iss i *i %  pses on the market, but it yen know quality, then you surely know that nothing equals the true flavor and taste ol Swiss cheese from Switzerland. A product of centuries of Man-hip and the most strict qualit) controls, Switzerland Swiss is KM) percent natural. It contains no chemicals or ioocl colon If you have special company coming for Purim. your evening will get off to a fine start if you serve the following Swiss Dip: Swiss Dip Add Switzerland Swiss cheese. finel) grated, to sour cream. Add finely chopped olives, onions, and pimento. Salt and pepper to taste, dust with paprika. Serve with crackers and melba toast. Remember that when it comes to Swiss cheese, anybody can make the holes, but only the Swiss make the flavor. Mild Vel Liquid The Purim holiday, with all the testive entertaining, is sure to create a great deal of activity in Jewish kitchens around the world. All this activity will lead to a heap of pots, pans and dishes that must be cleaned. Vel Liquid from Colgate-Palmj olive is. the best bet to do this chore for many reasons. Vel cuts I grease fast and shortens the time you have to spend at the sink.. Vel ; is certified Kosher and Parve, so i 'you can use it for both meat and i dairy dishes. AJso important, Vel ismild on the hands, so your t f guests will never be able to tell; I that your hands were deep in dish-1 water all day. For your dishwashing machine, try Vel-o Matic. It washes everything party clean, and even glassware needs no extra polishing. To get your house ready for the holidays, you can rely on Ajax i Powder with instant chlorine bleach to help get those tough cleaning jobs done. All of these products come from the ColgatePalmolive Company, a name you know you can trust Tetley Te* Smart housewives will be ready lor Purim entertaining just as they are every year. These are the OIH who serve and enjoy Tetley Tea every season of the year. Tetley Tea. like the enjoyment it brings, knows no season n s part of the -line no matter what the weather. For many folks, wintertime is the favorite time to enjoy Tetley Tea. and their reasons are mighty sound. 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March 12. 1965 +Jewish rhridlian Page 11-B U(ins Reveal Lndra's Troth Sidne) Raskin. 535 announced the Ulr M Mrs S'ofSir daughter, San, William S. Shaw. hfuture bridegroom is the son lirandMrs Maxwell H. Shaw, .-A yy 51 randeis Life lember Tea mem 'rsliip lea oi Miami Brandeis Univertea f BC h chapter. National Women s Committee. Ill i,. held on Friday, l p.m.. at home of Mrs. Arnold Seeder, Jefferson Ave. r> Ben-Zion Ginsburg, program Bill present Brandeis Boers, Mrs. Howard Dorfman rs Rose Trucker, in a prohm of classical piano duels. |ilr>. Ginsburg and Mrs. Arthur rki it/ will entertain with a h tied : Figured it Out." ifereth Israel (omen's Dinner hfereth Israel Sisterhood will !s annu.il donor affair on hda.. 6:30 p.m., at the Carillon lei. (luring dinner, awards will he ••<"! ports given mi the it year. Vft< linner, guests will i • %  i 'an Can for tin I %  VIrs 11> v • ii r i Mrs, liiiiim p. Mi • '. First and Mrs Beach Student On Dean's List A talented M i a m i Beachile. Sheryl F. Gold, made the Dean's List at the University of Florida. Sheryl is active in many of the university's dramatic and scholasic activities. She lives with her mother. Mrs. Ethel Gold, at 10185 Collins Ave. Sheryl Is majoring in journalism, and is a sophomore. Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its annual donor luncheon next Wednesday noon in the Cafe Le Can Can Room of the Carillon Hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Sidney Raffel, chairman of *.he luncheon, and Barbara Rado, in charqe of publicity. Hadassah Units Plan Functions Over the Week A breakfast musicale will be held by the Chai Group of Hadassah at the home of Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg, 870 NE 178th Ter.. Monday at 9:30 a.m. Featured entertainment will be piano selections by Mrs. Pearl Smith Bassett. The project will benefit the Hadassah Medical Organization, which is expanding its work to include a Kidney Transplant Research Program. On Saturday night. 9 p.m.. the Naomi Group of Hadassah will host a 'Wild West Night." at the Amstock Ranch. SW 117th Ave. and 94th St. Mrs. Robert Roseman i.s chairman. SHEim GOLD Purim Assembly At Young Israel Rabbi Arnold Richter, educational director, has announced that a special pre Purim assembly will take place at Young Israel of Greater Miami on Sunday at 9 a.m. Participating will be pre-school. Hebrew and Sunday School children. A play will be performed by members of the Religious School, along with a Purim cantata. ,e lian's, Inc. Specializing in CUSTOM MADE [HAIR PIECES for GENTLEMEN OL AH HUBERT invites > ;ji inquiry. 215 SEYBOLD BLDG. Telephone FR 9-1506 Temple Judea Dinner A Purim dinni r sponsored bj Temple Judea Sisterho id, "ill pre c< de We I esd ty, 7:30 p.m. Purim t rvici al he ti mpl< ORT Ladies Off To Board Meeting I. c.n!erof t ii e Southeastern l-l >rida Regii n ol W men's Amen can <>Ki leaving lo attend a national sector hoard meeting at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. Detroit, Mich., from Mar. 14 to 16 are: Mrs Louis Karon, president: Mrs Harry Rosenblatt. National vice president and chairman of the Natl n.ii Field Expansion Commit tee lor the Southern area: Mrs Florence Kupperman, \ice president and o member ol the Nation al Field Kxpansion Committee: Mrs. George Linden, Maintenance ORT Training chairman; and Margaret Newman Steam, promotions chairman and a member of the National Field Expansion Committee Temple Israel Women's Donor Temple Israel Sisterhood annual i 1 o n o r n i> slated for Wednesday noon al the Carillon %  ;. Mrs, Sidney Raffel is chairman. lainmem in feature J hn Glade, tenor Elsa and Waldo, dance team, and the music of Jacques Do-net and his orchestra. Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, gifts chair man, will present a round trip to Lucaya, beauty treatments and a weekend for tuo at the Carillon. Photographic Portraits by *0*^ A valued gift... A priceless treasure 2511 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach • 531-1872 • 534-4230 FOREIGN MAIDS FOREIGN COUPLES ENGLISH-SPEAKING. FRENCH. SPANISH $100-5125 Per Month $2OO-$250 Per Month NO LEGAL OBLIGATIONS SHORT WAITING PERIOD DREXEL AGENCY JE 8-6533 FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COlORFUl. FASHIONABLY KMBHED. ASSORTEO SUES Ckoin. Tablet Tablt Lineni China Silver Glaiiwore Troyi Cottee Umi-Bart Dance Floors ^_^^ Personalized Service 3%oma* AA / -M" '•*• Some Day Service New Am Ittrm Charge. AN EVENING YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER! ^ ^ ^ YOU ARE INVITED! 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= I Friday, March 12, 1965 +Je*ist fkriclian Paqe 5-A AJComm. Appoints Chief Here ,„ %  Walter I' Zand has ,„,,.„ a ppoii ted new director i 1,1,',' "i ihe ttee n\ Sorth or ol \3C, Chicago, 111. Ii e -, j mour Sami late lasl Ci > Collins n mi ision in II assume his HI sometime -!I!I'"HT. Temple Zion Luncheon Discussions Fill Need of Young College Students iNoted Sculptor "obeSpecker ationally-fam, will address the \ Seminar for Jewish teachers ly. Mar. M Mark "Art Bible." %  as born itl uania and : ,i .it the Yeshiva >' Ika He to ih urn I statt over ears agi MARK i-ulpls ideas, ncl Bible I > .1 popular speak and ci nters I • ates and I u of the anBun .HI ol i'w.-ii i o Ji ish teachI Hi Nathaniel f • r the six Bernlai --ionhuh i ll conclude Mar I!) lospiral Opening lew Addition ion "I the North Hospital's fourth • to take place i i noon, accordemenl by the includes the new Sasso VIemorial and other par -i. n, the ad > %  the hospital's 212 to 375 beds. i'tl administrator, reek thai Dr. irector of Interlaid,, the 160-bed I i mon> scheduled 1 te+h Am Slates urim Carnival 1 I'unm carnival sponL h i rh00d '" Temple [ held on Sunday, ; noon until 6 p.m. J Richard Alpcr, president. an["" %  'hal the carnival bazaar l, h ''•• rides, white 1 I inch and supper. !,„",. man and Mrs. y ""cr are in charge of workJewish People r be Viewed l,rk"!'!':' "" M engineer s. E 'Peak on "The Stat b People Between f before the Miami [ 'meeting on Saturday, MnSon' A *; ,gt0 Federal. 12M nS* >"' sor in Val-Hen,„i, Ihicago Berkenblil piiim" '• '" s RuMi % %  • e onI n 'i wit !" er an the normal congregational program, which includes a variety of activity ranging from kindergarten to sen lor citizens' groups. According to Rabbi Waxman, "teen-age programs n.-tu'allv receive a great deal of attention, and it is considered that much of our so-called juvenile delinqucpsociological and religious ideas. cy may be avoided by the enreligious, cultural and athletic teen-age program. "But we often lose sight of the fact that late teen-age and postteen-age is a must sensitive and critical period in the life of the > iting adult," Rabbi Waxman declared, and religious guidance at '.his time is so often needed and lound wanting. "Religious programs in the variis colleges are provided on a or or ss intensive scale, but a dose identification with a ternp!i is missing among college students. Ttietr attendance or parlion is limited to one or two Homecoming Services during the year, "Since the college student comes • contact with new philosophical, socialogical and religious ideas -erne of which are in direct conHiei with Ins previous religious training, he becomes confused and now. more t h a n ever, requires authoritative reassurance and the opportunity to air his doubts and discuss his misapprehensions and the many new questions thai occupy his mind Taking these problems into account, Rabbi Waxman has Instituted the new college discussion group at Temple Zion. The next luncheon meeting will take place on Sunday, 14th at 1 p.m. in the Temple's Youth Hall, and the topic of discussion will be "Morals — 1965." | Leaders of the discussion will he 'Howard Rosenberg, Bennett Stern, Michael Stcphans. Sheila Levine and Faith Waxman, all pasl mem bers "i i h e Temple's Religious Schools, AJCong. Head Speaks To Council Joseph I. Yanlch, regional -ector of American Jewish C( gress, addressed the Bay Divisii National Council <>l Jewish w men. discussing the problei faced by .lews <.i the Soviet Unio The film, "The Price ol Silenci which documents the deterioi tion ol the Jewish communitj : he iviet Union, was show n statements by Sen Jacob In'.*' MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISION OF TITLE I "Dctdc Federal Savings is One of the Xalion's Oldest and Largest ...so what does that mean to me? Age and size isn't everything, of course. But, along with it goes experience, knowledge of the area it serves including its business and its people, and... customer concern. So, when it comes to insured, profitable savings programs or low cost home financing... you can depend on Dade Federal. Savings accounts opened or funds added to accounts"on or before March 22nd ivill ,rom the firsl al the current rate Ol 4 per annum 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County Main office: 101 East Flagler St. / Allapattah Branch: 1400 N.W. 36th St. / North Miami Branch: 12600 N.W. 7th Ava. Tamiimi Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th SI. / Kendall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. / Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Ava.



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%  H^H— Page 10-A +Jmisi> HvrkUar Friday, March 12, 1965 Orthodox Region Slates Confab The 20tQ anniversary Southeast ention of the Union ... orthodox Jewish l ngri gationa x ill take place this week : Savannal The ,| 'n B rith Ja< .. Ra Abra%  %  "The %  r ah Apach." „ • iritual Miai i. will bi guest speaki ores % %  • for Florid the Soul %  H Can ation Kind the Torah Waj Other delegates from Beth Israel will be Dr. and Mrs Matthea M Zuckerman. Mr \| r Barry Eisenberg R i ; • TAX EXPERT SERVICE PERSONAL OR BUSINESS At Vcir Conven *nc* MOVE or OFFICE 3. E. BASK N m 5-4393 ; conference ol the Labot Zionis*farbaiK) Pior.ee: \\'c :•.. — The i u i St %  % %  %  %  • y with Htou or> ...--. : ej %  %  k anooui It t Tin Department spokesman cvted last wee s statement by Secretary of State Dear Rusk as the prevailing American policy on Israel's arms supply situation. Mr. Rusk then said the United States favored a regional balance ol power but feJt the United States should avoid direct involvement and that Istoei s arms should come from its past sources in Western Eulid not : %  •: • -:;h the Is Prej another, were %  Minis staff (Is i Th< postI Mi Harriinan's deudes wished • communique posi Menu United States tne communique expected to be couch general terms, it is understood tbat the major matters covered in the arnglBJ conversations here included the balance of arms in the region and the Arab plans for diversion of the Jordan R;\er well as I-r. : -; curi" The possibility was seen in Jerusalem that MrsMeir would go to Washmgtor soon Her trip it is believed will include also a visit to Paris to see France's Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville and also, possibly, President Charles de Gaulle. Mr. Hi s visit 1 %  tr.e ael the West German Government. ago. of announcing it arms deliveries to :er the pressure of k nt Gamal Abdel A Foreign Ministrj >alem that Israel has taken no initiative in sins the Bonn-Je" West German menl beyond the statement right Bonn offer to compensate none} to mal undelivered armamen Former American To Head Court JERUSALEM (JTA Justice Shim or. Agranat 5*. the nom• eek to be pr< ot th. S ipreme Court He lustice 1 Justi Igranat. : the I ago %  nember of the rt sino id in ---^, A ~ • anw : p rmai I Depu: •' % %  -• He is a ... ; CHARLES THE JAILOR • under New Management I IAD ES' and MEN S ALTERATIONS t of Any Kind Our Specially } H?ro*r f Arnet 123 Giralda At, % Corol Gobies Ph. 445 -5177, ^aaAaAaaMMu. j EXPERIENCED STRAW HAT MACHINE OPERATORS WANTED TO MAKE STRAW HATS Call 758-5781 LOW RATES A-l PAINTER ROOfER-CARPESUB A'l Types Satisfaction Guo'anltri PHONE 496 2600 EXPERT DRESSMAKING and Alterations HI 4-5436 Single Parents to Meet Dr David Bothenberg will speak about "Thi -. Around" %  •" : inesday at KormanDr A VOTE OF THANKS! The Farband Labor Zionist Movement Expresses *s Deep Appreoa' to rhe EXECUTIVE EDITOR OF THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN MR. LEO MINDLIN for h s ana •* :a and :. '~ra ?a k a rhe Morning Session of the Combined and United Jewish Appeal Sunday, March 7th Hie" e—g "a .-. JJ :• the very highest ca Far the Ceaotittee JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN CHAIRMAN The aeerel "a.ks held :r. Israel : %  as* t > --^retary Harnraan and Prime Minister • -ter Uuida Me.r ere cocunued long ei than previous) expected The ASM ih* special envoj o the Sate De partsaetn. postpv the iturd time Ori| he was arheduied In leave the F ik* ee*. of Then he > ... %  ..v -r-ay \ al th Mr E-hkvv and Mrs Me: Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itda-ReKfTes Pail Ne-YorVN V • {akricXxrt> rook f **. Most ajaatBBC oi : r ?• a* than in* :.-*: puts.'' -P:>a tare ceed ta be • tWs*cret : -sa—w-.a -r-^ntmace %  F %  -~ *rj a>f m ^orl-JTat*-ia r*rh ana tit.T aIftMaaakatHM -.-IT ^ • !• or — -Jlr %  a". -.k : I • .>r-. L-: H %  Ant tfrlCC Liacehi Inan Mal at sstoag%M reaa IMM ttjuata ofTtcts m W nb n gta a aw, Maah leaca IE 155" Ml 71st Street aftaah grata K -" 2M Saaav tsats g mt afiaaa m 7 MIS IgJM H m 7* Arrea* htaaa M 1-Mt



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Faqe 6-A +JcistFkrkl&r Friday, March 12, 1955 • Eshkol. Bonn Envoy in Secret Talks IERUSALSM ITA i.,.vwn hag) ,: Vnmo Mimsttr I \'\ i>: Gel S i ...... S M 1. • %  ... m 50 Attain %  %  A IHNM tt %  *• S P and BirVr Canals Bin* • ... %  vntn h., -" -v v..\ ,. l: : v r b %  Whiie P-.-nt Minisle' Eshc i r*t h**e ^eciinad eitfce* orwirm o* sen* he m ** >ron • -,• Mr Eshko Fore.jn A4ntfl C-C-OJ M*.r ma OMWc— c > i •' '"( s '* C-.-. %  cawr-ec at night an Dr. E -auncMMMl .n Sann 5. -cj, .--•*• -; t jt>oni fc lsrae> ano CM • -vc Ej.p^t -es• --13 continuance of S.-Jis dtpiomatic ritifom witn ARAB SUMMIT LONDON — JTA Tae %  ". eagl is •-West with lsri ptian 1 tried] eaai ran that "the Arab world" v. rela%  -> be. .... •• %  1 --. ar 10 the Er %  and as i tuM he useful to link Oer%  i then %  pt on ... at • Abba Eban, Israels Deputy Pnm Minister said an a telews*an interview broadcast from Wasiungton Sunday night by the National Broadcasting Company that it has always been his gov e mm a n t's position that establishment of full diplomatic relations with Israel should be considered only after Germany had taken the initiative toward such a mvt. Maw that Bann has acted he said Israel shauld respond Hewever he declined to say whether Israel would lay down any conditions prior to accepting the diplomatic offer made by Dr. Erhard. -I ports Buran 1 bee Braird .. -us as a • emphasiied that the most important issue was still Israel's security and Bonn's delivery of arms to Israel, noting that "apparently, Bonn has not changed its mind on that issue." A spokesman for Mapara cated that his party would ci tinue to oppose Israeli diplomtX relations with Germany Aofrj cial of another labor party, Ahdd Avodah, declined to comment full, on Germany's new stand I that "surely, diplomatic r< cannot be a substituti deliveries from Germany." Who says money ipn't buy \ happiness? Rabbi Kronish Will End Series -. %  s %  ... %  > 1 Her-wf ergan of the right-wing party by that name said Monday that Israel aught te r*iect Germany s offer of diplomatic -e.at.ens or at ieast set a cono.ticn that the German scientists • be recalled from Egypt Hati*eh Orthodox newspaper :: T-. -:.. -:-; :.-::e on a mOC m E -: \ 707 jeM %  : %  • %  'edoa l :• you ra riso bv :ol %  %  :: : ;:: : independVce. : • S yew to! ::::.be; Evary r> you protfdty fly I A to A' :, C:rs--::-:-, F-c--'.". kJ .: -.;'.'.:'-: :: • :os : P:_5, T :-: 5: : :,~e:-z-. i--..Z.: z -z~i\ A. s doufc 3 c • ::-:: — : :roc =" : :' S--' .z.r %  :::%  by c= -3 c-. c ; cc.-: z=z : ;.e c:: :': T-eyknowc =::-C.-cse-s. r^"B m ti-!2V.c:-'--c*rK.t.. V : l.z:\ F-:r= if 24441 .3 %  IEBEDICKER BRANCH F.L.ZO. Anrvoonces A Gala Purim Festival at the Dl LIDO HOTEL, MARCH 27th 6 P.M. SHARP :-: :-:::; %  : %  ** Make Yovr Reservations Now! at HI 4-3357 C—i > i f i 5 i ; w e-*e-s SIX Gwes-3 S4 X Way out front— SEABOARD'S SILVER STREAMLINERS! %  i Seaboardii I SILVER METEOR SILVER STAR :i>.s; is; !:;:>;> DCTaaTUBtl ;; it. ta.s. iCHS anwiaii %  %  '--%  • -: :-: car c o c O V T I O U S



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tiday V-.-.-. 12. 1965 +Jewlsii fhirSdlia,n Page 9-C lie Baffling Bible Contest in New York City p live I DPI ir" u — ;i I • 'I %  III I'> in( • fifth %  re i \j" la' Smith H Acti i : %  lied • : • %  The IJ By HENRY W. LEVY ite Sunday afternoon in the auditorium wish Agency, al 515 Park Ave.. .NewDusk was descending, and S3 tired 111 young Biblical scholars, their rela Irlends were on edge as the time Was i when the judges would announce IS, naming the winners of the fifth %  mal Bible contest, sponsored by the •1 ut Education and Culture of the Jewtor Israel. A trip to Israel was the I rstplace winners in three groups Hebrew, intermediate Hebrew and i.-ive English nprehensive English competition was -lanes, the most dramatic because it .". oral quiz as its finale. It was the : ol the oral questioning (the two He%  I divisions were completely written His). Stewart Einstein, of Skokie. III.; dperin, of Levittown, Pa.; and David Waterbury, Conn., were the finalists nidges knew exactly how they stood. stewart Einstein and David Smith were 5 points, and David Helperin was lead 19 points. • question was lrom Exodus The contestants were told that the Israelites had complained to Moses in the wilderness a number of times. They were asked to name three places where such complaints were made, and to specify v hat had been complained about in each place Two points would so to the contestants for each nl the three placethey named, and an additional two points would go i„ them if the contestants lamed what had been complained about. In Gcod Company If you don't know the answers, you are in geod company, Most people don't, but our wellI rained young contestants, our Bible Quiz Kid-. were well prepared lor the questions, not one ol them getting less than 10 of the 12 points possible. It you turn to Verse 15 of Exodus, lines 23 and 24, you will find that the Israelites complained to Moses at Marah about the lack of drinking water; in Verse 6. lines 1 and 12 of Exodus, they complained about the lack of lood in the wilderness of Sinai and finally, in Verse 17 of Exodus, lines 1, 2 and 7. the Israelites complained again about the lack of water, at no less than three places— Rephidim. Massah and Muabah. When the totals were compiled, it was revealed that the comprehensive English winner was 16-year-old David Halperin. of Leavittown. Pa., with 131 points; Stewart Einstein, of Skokie. 111., was -econd with 128 points; and David Smith of Waterbury, Conn., was third with 115 points In the intermediate Hebrew competition, lor students enrolled in afternoon Hebrew classes, there was a tie for first place shared by two fifteen year old girls, Shoshana Bacon, of Springfield, Mass., and Miriam Friedman, of Minneapolis. Minn., both of whom won trips to Israel. In the advanced Hebrew competition, lor students en rolled in Hebrew Day Schools, the most difficult of all three competitions, the winner was Esther Frcilich, iii. of Far Iiockaway. N.Y.. with Barbara Klein. 14, of Los Angeles. Calif, second. The 0.1 children between the ages of 13 and 16, from 29 states and Canadian communities, competing in the Bible contest finals were the winners of district and regional contests from all type> of religious schools—Orthodox, Conservative and Reform—in which over 15,000 young Sters had participated. This large turnout justified the avowed purpose ol the contest, as ex pressed by Dr. Samuel Blumenfield. director ot Continued on Pi 14-C "rue Sisters love Offices I nit< I orde I True Sisters has noved I rkihop and offices to llie IM, .. 245 SE 1st SI |t J this week by Mrs. ^iniri A i :, president. :: in the Greater Miami Chapter .IIK Lo .\ J:; will work out liters." she said. 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rider. March 12, 1965 +Jewist fhridinr Page 13-C French Put Israel on Own IIIII rman of the Overseas Services Committee h Federations and Welfare Funds (left>, s Stem, CJFWF president, on major problems ocean Jewry after attending a recent series of meetings I : in London, Paris and Geneva. ick Stein Named 'Man of the Year' Convalescent Home of So. Fla. PARIS i.lTAi The French I abinet decided ;it .1 m eet in g here, under the chairmanship of President de Gaulle, to end "the policy ni active aid i" Israel," the i nl lu en tia I daily, L'Aurore, claimed, Attributing its report ti> "usually well-informed sources," the newspaper stated "Israel no: longer enjoys the good graces! of the Government The long-term nolicj "I active help is finished, L'Aurore asserted that the general tone oi the Cabinet meeting. which discussed In detail reports received last week from Cairo. B inn and Tel A\ iv, was one inclined in "let Israel find its own modus vivendi with her neighbors, or no I""-. 11 count on us." There m ither confirmation nor deii Beach b is ihi 1 '". all %  • %  iida \ t the Horizon Din I ni ol v I was ( and A. C the affair Stein is owner ic Thrift) su thington Ave., .Miciated with thai pa si 20 years k Florida from Y 1 %  lein has been an active brker and participant in many "65 DODGE' C.ns $*>95 2 D.iy Milq BEN'S RENTALS •51 W. FIACIER < FR 3-0326 A. Z\G IN FHA & VA Ci. N IN TOWN I s Ve.irs I net Service lltmon Insurance i Real Estate Inc. >9 N.V 3rd ST FR 7-965S UIMUDIC SEMINAR Of THE AIR Daf Hashovua" For '" I l'li Consecutive Year %  %  will huve the opporI 0 page ot the | T lmjd t'oniloted and explained by Rabbi Pi nc has M. Teif 2 ous Authority on the to/mud ">'' E :obe;hand u n of Mesifia 0 f N CW Jcr$ey STATION WEDR-FM I !" -1 on Your FM Radio Dial PDAY. 1.30 P.M. to 2 P.M. IANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE „ ~ Serving — SS? D "i !" NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR BBn TELEPHONE K v" lY ANSWERED %  ? UR GR EATEST BUSINESS ASSET major civic and charitable organizations in the Greater Miami area. Among the list of organizations w!'h which his nme has been prominently associated are (he Knights of Pythias, Police Athletic League, B'nai B'rith, Elks and the Combinsd Jewish Appeal I1 .1 \ Stein is a member of iard of Governors and cur rently serves as co-chairman ol the Food Division, \ resident ol C 0 r a I Gables, Stein, his wife, Anne, and throe sons, Larrj. Mark and Stephen, are members oi Beth David Stein's designation by the Jewish Convalescent Home as -Man nl the Year" was based "on his active and continuous support of such worthwhile causes, including t he non-profit, community supported kosher convalescent and nursing home for welfare and indigent patients." Sidne) Siegel, executive director ol the institution, also known as Bikur Cholim, said that "the awardee has contributed much time and effort to the Home since its inception seven years ago, and has been a leading force in the building drive for new and larger quarters." The New Horizons Dinner will herald the culmination of two years ol planning for a new 75-bed facilit} to r t h e institution. Groundbreaking on the ultramodern addition will take place earlj this spring "At present thp .1. w h Convalescent Home is the only kosher convalescent and nursing service ol its kind in the south Florida area." Siegel de clared TELL THEM ABOUT WELCOME WAGON .. you know of a family who has just arrived in your community, be sure to tell them about Welcome Wagon. They will be delighted with the basket of gifts and helpful information they will receive from our hostess, a symbol of the community's traditional hospitality. Or you may call \\elcomej^\aj*on Phone CE 8-1788 WELCOME NEWCOMERS! UM lhi coupon to '•< u n0 ou '* htio. Nime. %  Addieit City. **HJ %  Please have Hie Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me. I would like to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., M.P.O. Bo 2973, Miami, Fla. I nial ol the report from official LO\ eminent sources. But three key French Cabinet Mir'sters, including Vice Premeir Louis Joxe, reaffirmed this week that France's policy toward Israel remained "as friendly and close as ever before." The assurances were given in rebuttal to the report in L'Aurore. Vice Premier Joxe, Interior Minister Roger Frey and .lean Sainteny, Minister for War Veterans, made their statements at a meeting with Salomon Friederich, secretary general ol the Alliance France-Israel, The l.'Aun re reporl they rebutted also said that the atmosphert al the Cabinet meeting was "unfricndlj to Israel." which Cab inet menib 1 portedly bl : 1 1 tensi ins n the Midfhe Ihi Uinisl rs as ch thai the report foundatii [act The newssiper itself meanwhile retreated slightly from report The newspaper asserted this week that President de Gaulle had "clarified his policy toward Israel." addirg that the policy would probably be unchanged "ai far as fundamentals are concerned but surely will be less showy." Walter K>ian. Israel's Ambasto France, conferred with the Vice Premier, reportedly on the Wesl German-Egyptian diplomatic crisis stemming from the West German cancellation ol arms shipmentto Israel and the V sening relations between west Germany and Egypt develop j from Egypt's invitation to East German Communist chiel Walter rihricht to visit Cairo ROOF r 11.i, VICTOR < 0 Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: _. ACME T? ROOFING CO. 605-1952 it THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your Furniture, ClotMna, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR ) \ \ THE AGED THRIFT SHOP ) 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE \ Ph. 696-2101 JACK STUN Beth Torah Opens Drive for CJA Two leaders ot Beth lota Conegation, North Miami Beach MayOl Arthur I. Snyder and Dave Margillies, helped to launch their congregation's participation in the 1 North Dade Combined Jewish Appeal by inviting leaders of the congregation to their homes. Samuel FOX and Lou Taylor are serving as co-chairmen ot Beth Torah Congregation'.-participation in the North Dade CJA drive, which has set a goal of S50.000 for the area Mayor and Mrs. Snyder were hosts to a large group of congregation leaders at their home, 2071 NE 194th Ter, on Monday evening, Mar. 1st. Mr and .Mrs Mar.uhewere host t" a group ol Beth Torah members .it their home 1991 Nl-; dr on Wednesda; evening, Mayor Snyder. a pasl president ol the congregation, and Margulies 1 itinj the pace for a nu o| other t m -. ol Beth Torah and b> leadinmembers ol other N'orth Dade congregations in support ol the area CJA drive Goldberg, Levine Form Firm Here Allen Goldbei g, acreage a n d land developer, announced this week thai he has joined forces with Dan Levine, specialist In sale and lease back properties. in of 1 iceat 1674 Meridian Ave Miami Beach The new firm will lie known as Goldberg and Levine, Realtj Co Goldberg, a 1 0 r me r chemical manufacturer In New England about 20 yearago. i> past president of the Miami Beach Civic League, past exalted ruler of the Elks, member of the Mahi Shrine. Knights of Pythias, and former president of the Men's Club of Temple Eniaitu -El Also a former operator of hotels. 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mmjmm %  m Page 2-A +.knist> fkrkfian Friday. March W 65 HNED EAI Faircloth Will Speck Mar. 26 Proclamations designating March as "CIA Mon'h" bring together many of Dade County's 28 mayors at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Looking over some of the proclamations are seated ileft to right) Miami Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz, El Al Israel Airlines General Manager Hayim Sanderson, and Hialeah Council President Bill Lockwi Standing (left to right; are Hialeah Coucilman Roger Shaw, North Bay Village Mayor Clemen J. Ehrlich, Nor*h Miami Beach Vice Mayor William McDonald, Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman, and Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard. Attorney General Far! I iir ctotn "ill be Bae1 speaker al the awards banquet ol the I mtj Young Demi Club scheduled for Friday Mar 26, al Miami Sprii i\ illas. Tin c 1 u l) will presi nl lea Including one to the "Outstanding 1 •• d e I ounty Democrat," and ipi i ial awards r outstanding -i n ice d iring the Presidential campaign ol IKC-1" In addition, dub president. An brej Kendall, "ill present several intra-club < ital Chairman for the 1965 dinner is Hen Levitt Associate chairman .Bernard Balsam. Members "i Dinner Committee are Kendall, Larry Vfisrach, Jack Taffer, LoretTemple Sinai Carnival Children oi Temple Sinai ReligSchool will be holding their annual P u r i m carnival at the Temple on Sunday. Parting at 10 a.m. ''' 'Mh J Paul Stei !] Members .' ( tee an E( Vr ,3 lerald l. !" %  I JULES PEARLMAN. ASA 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal Soars Past Half-Way Mark as Mayors Meet CANADIAN AMBASSADOR HlRt SUNDAY PACt 7 & PROFESSIONALS GIRD fOR DRIVt PAGE 8 A iter Miami's 1965 Combined Jen 1.080 fo i in Miami. In out the world st | hall t ay mark i %  %  I thi A GIFT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN ISRAEL Mayshie friedberj itive dire< ti r as they mel to proclaim CJA V nth" in their reve rommunil At a proclamation rr.ceting held of the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 1317 Biscayne Blvd.. Rosichan announced lha* $719,015 has been raised to date by the cen'ral planning ard fund-raisirg agercy of the Jewish community. Hayim Sanderson, managing director of EL AL Israel Airlinemet with the mayors and their rep. resentatives, who pledged support of their respective communities to help meet the 1965 goal on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal over* and the member agencies of Federation in the Greater Miami community. It was announced that Dr Irving Lehrman, chairman of the I I \ drive, will chair a Million Dollar akfasl on Sui n ii Mar ntainebleau Hotel. Is nd offic rs of ever} lewis %  on in Dade Coun1} ell as leaders in the Tra Residi nd Wo n, are tx ing aske I effort I ; .liar thai dal Lehrman sta'i v itstanding national -i will appear at the breakfast which is calculated to bring the drive well over the two-thirds mark. ..e declared. Leaders of the respective divisions will report their progress toward the goal on that occasion. J* SOOTHING Rf ^ for hours SORE ACHING MUSCLES minor pains of ?'T|S RHEtt ^tflUSS STAW,^ I LINI-MIST W PAIN AVW !*BING NEC* Unconditionally Guaranteed! MEAD RAYMOND Allv At Drug Coun' CORPORATION ryiihere r> > i t ESTATES—CONDEMNATION—PARTITION—FINANCING I 5 .S bod REAL APPRAISALS ES S*nior Member American Society of Appra ?-i Member Miami and Miami Beach Bo.ird o* R< WE CAN PLAN IN5URANC TO SUIT YOW'^.A 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. i<£ 1 i ML/ 99 sw u t *• M j0 & company / Phone 379-755J "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customer!" ANOTHfR LOCATION 10* YOU* COMVfNffNCf COULTON BROS. Al T" "AMUr* "MM" fOm TtlACO BOYS tar • • nil if A -MMT" • -mikuwT" ~r~ rwwr t*iv BOH West Miami JWVA { unt way sw 27th AV. jm iw. m Donor Dinner Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary of West Miami will hold its animal donor dinner at the Carillon Hotel Tuesday. 7 p.m. Mrs. Betty Koris is president. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Joseph Achtman. Guest of the Auxiliary' will be Mrs Louis Deutsch. Department of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary president. Judea Youth Purim Fete On Sunday, %  •> a m iple Judea Youth ip mil Mr the will he • tiona!'\ -disturbed ( funeral % % i % ACE AGENCY Fit !-:l<>07 DAY WORKERS S6 -FARE HIGH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT 4 HOTEL HELP 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS WH.IT YOU WAIT •*•* m* Una, %  perial Hearing Aid Ca. 84 N.E 2nd Av 177-1022 TERMS TRADES .. II I and fitti : y. Ri> I i l...makii Here, in Fl autifulcl passed, en of i bUity an I rpeisei a cost DO | le Chapels...con VI in Coral Gal Ii and North] serve all fifty states. I That is why so many families ask Riverside to taie jn times of stress. i 10 Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky HWM JE 1-3595 MS MICHIGAN AVI., MIAMI REACH riverside memorial chapel,*** -• i FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami Beach: 1250 Xormandy Drive • I UloB JE 1-1151 [ Miami: Pouplas Road at S.W. 17th Street • HI| North Miami Beach: 1GGC0 N.E. 19th Avenue • ^ ''l



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?•: e 8-C lenislifkrMbf) Friday, March 12 UN Chapter Installation Saturday Will Honor Memory Of Franklin D. Roosevelt .Annual installation of the Miami Beach Chipter ol toe United Nalions Association will be held Saturt ay at a rUnnor at 7 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel. The dinner will be preceded b> i cktail | art} ai 6 30 p.m. The function will also honor the late Presider-t Franklin Delano Roosevelt for his contribution toward the establishment t the United Nations on the occasion of its 20th anniversary i rincipal speaker will be Dr. Htnrv Km^ Stanford, president oi the University Ol Miami. Welcome will be jiiven by Ken net! Oka Sen. Harry Cain will serve a< master of ceremonies I: itcd Nations contest awards will be given by Miss Agnes Crabtree, ;o be followed by a presentation to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library. i Cficers to be installed by Gen. E : tt Roosevelt are president, B. } ard Strell: vice presidents Andre Bialolenki. Mrs Toby Eman ue!. Abraham Grunhut, Harry Perkel, Mrs. Philip P. Than: treasurer, H. P. Forrest; secetary, James Hotchkiss; parliamentarian, Judge llenrj L. Balaban. Advisory Board. Sidney D. Ansin. Mis. Marie Balaban. licnclrick J. Berns, Judge Milton Feller Hyman Gaibut, Wally Cluck. Jack D. Gordon. Mayor Charles F. Hall. James I. Keller. Larry K:nu. Zev Kogan. Kabbi Leon Kronish. Doris Lee. Dr. In'ing Lehrman. Dr. Solomon Lichter. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Leo Mindlin. Hy Morris, Joel P. Newman, Kenneth Oka, Gen. Elliott Roosevelt. Mrs. Eliott Roo sevelt. Burnett Roth. Parks Rusk. Rev. R. Wiley Scott. Irvin Schindler. Miss Laura J. Shepard. Judge Harold B Spaet. George Wolpert. Eentertainment will be provided bj Napoleon Reed. 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Friday March 12. 1965 -Jen 1st fhridHcur Paqe S-ft Egyptians Charge Germans as Spies LOXI >X (JTA) Egyptian activities of the nationals were diEmbassy in Cairo said j ::; ilStnSZ *"!* aHainsl w G "" -~ We., German. h; lull Brrc.'i nation i a I%  i man .. ged with being enttal u rkma on & Pl !" and arn sil (L at least, for Israel." Al Ah ram said that id been i Lotz confessed he was the person responsible for mailing a parcel lationi • :.ii-'' • %  %  %  %  •• % %  icapunsioie ior mailing a parcel '' '"rt r!L rePOr,ed GZSLST^ m KSVP an Al Ahram %  ,haI Wolfto Wolfgang Pilz. one of .he West „,,,. ,|reek irom Cairo fMg U(f/ onp (|f y^ arrerted I Cerman scientists, which cxptod ,„ ; K. the seml-ofiicial The officials confirmed only had "confessed" that he and othed and blinded one of Dr. Pilz's .. r .., ... per. Al Ahram. the r ur arrests, but the West German <-rwon"spying against Egypl secretaries. If someone asked you why you give to C JA, what would you tell them? Final Judging Monday Following a regular business meeting by the George Gershwui Knights of Pythias Lodge at Surfside Community Center on Mooday night, final judging of poster* entered by the Miami Beach Junior and Senior High Schools will take place under the direction of Maurice Bernard, youth activities) chairman. We don't want to just ask you to give to Combined Jewish Appeal. We want you to think about why you give. Is it that your gift helps 442.000 people each year? Is it that it helps 60.000 persecuted Jews get into Israel every year? Not that we lack pride in those startling statistics but, alter all. it's just statistics. Even more iniporant than the massive number is the single individual who is one of 442.000. That one person is a human being in which lives hope, aspirations, frustrations, compassion, temper —all ol the things that go to make up a lite. The old man sitting and soaking up the sunlight is not just a slice in a statistical pie — he's an old man. He is alone. In the process of age and poor health and lack of family ties to strengthen his weakening ability to make decisions, he has lost the small security he once had. Through CJA. you help him to do something he cannot do for himself — you help him to live without feeling himself a burden. Your CJA gift does a big job. So don't just give to CJA. Think about why you give. Then give. 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, help for 442,000 human problems 1317 Biscayne Boulevard, FR 3-0411



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friday. March 12, 1965 -Jewlstnvrldriar Page 3-B Pioneer Women's Donor Luncheon All nine chapters of Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women are actively engaged in planning the final phases of the annual donor luncheon on Mar. 21 at the Doral Beach Hotel. The event marks the culmination of the year's major affairs, and draws national reprcsen. tatives. Beba Idelson Chapter is marking the I'urim Festival on Wednesday. 8 p.m., at 840 Washington Ave. Mrs. Frances Packer, guest-soloist, will present a musical program to include Oscar Shapiro, violinist, and Ida Yaslo. piano accompanist. Philip Nashkin. monologist, will be guest artist, and Mrs. Esther Weinstein will recite the Megilla. Mrs. Fannie Gibson, acting president, is chairman of the festival being sponsored by Mrs. Rae Weisberg. All proceeds go to the Child Rescue Fund in Israel. Traditional Purim refreshments will be served. Picasso's Life To Be Reviewed "Life with Picasso," by Franci is Gilot, will be reviewed by Mrs M. Welnstein on Thursday, Ma 18. 1:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hote Event is sponsored bj the Bo< : Review Group chaired bj Mrs L. Cassett. At the conclusion of the review Mrs. Weinstein and Miami artist Keyna Youngerman will discuss the presentation. Some of Mrs. Youngerman's workmay be seen until Sunday at the Coconut Grove Theatre. Srandeis Group of Miami Beach Hadassah announces a special luncheon for women who lave contributed to the Youth Aliyah project. [is "child-savers." Function will be held at ne Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday noon. Mar. 19. Sponsors (seated left to right) are Mesdames Ben Blum, Ella Grossman, Sam Lichtenstein. Standing (left to right) is the Presidium of Presidents, including Mesdames Birdie Curtis, Elizabeth Steinbach and Bernard Lipson. imanu-EI Ladies Planning 25th Anniversary Fete L\ .pecial highlight of the 25th Iniversary luncheon of the Sisfhood of Temple Emanu-Kl will the honoring of all Sisterhood -i presidents, Mrs. Herbert S. k president, announced. its inception in 1940. Sisi has 14 past presidents, with Mill active Ixiard members, car. Ii".. major chairmanships. |l'.-> presidents to be honored inii: Allen Becker. Mrs. .'•pen. Mrs. .lack Falk. Mrs. i Goldberg, Mrs. Sol Goldem. Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. der Kogan, Mrs. Isadore ah Kodesh Congregation I Kodesh Congregation stuill present a Purim play following servile.-. Wed m. Newman. Mrs. Harry G. Rogers. Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Milton Smith Mrs. Arthur Klein and Mrs. Ira Walsey no longer live in Miami. Mrs. Jacob Glassman Is luncheon chairman and chairman of the day. Committee includes Mrs. Irving Cypen, hostesses; Mrs. Robert R. Frank and Mrs. Louis Baron, dec orations: Mrs. Jacob Katzman. program; Mrs. Philip Neuwirth, tickets; Mrs. Harold Levey, fundraising: Mrs. Theodore Zalles, membership coordinator; Mrs. Reubin Levin, show director; Mrs. Charles Rosengarten. door; and Mrs. Sol Silverman. prizes. KOSHER MORRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 OMPLETELY NEW AND SUPERIOR iHfl~"aW 50VAROli MARINARA Buono?...lt v s Geshmakste! I'Mielher you describe it in Italian |cr Jewish, this great sauce is the I tastiest—tho recipe of seafaring I Italian folk. Now, Chef-Boy-ArDee gives you an authentic version of Sauce Marinara-with big pieces of Italian-style plum tomatoes, rich and /esty with onions, herbs, spices and olive oil. For •Pagn'etti; noodles and rice, meats, fish "and egg dishes-it's geshmakste...and meatless! NEW 1 LB. GLASS JAR save save on one pound FLEISCHMANN'S Lightly Salted or Unsaited MARGARINE IIBjSrijTiif'jpq jfili^ n ;,..%  • CERTIFIED KUlUlUtJlllS KOSHER Ti The Dealer: For each coupon you iccept as our authorized agent, we will My you the face value plus handling charges, provided you and your customer have complied with the terms of this offer; any other application constitutes fraud. Invoices showing your purchase of sufficient stock to cover III coupons redeemed must be shown upon request. Void if prohibited, taied or restricted. Your customer must pay any sales tan. Cash value 1 20th of 1 cent. Redeem only through our representative or by mailing to Standard Brands Incorporated at: P.O. Bon 2062, Birmingham. Alabama 35201. Offer good only in U.S.A. This coupon expires on June 30. 1965. Offer limited to one coupon per pound. Both Fine Products of .STANDARD BRANDS INC.. iSTORE COUPONl Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines Here's why Fleischmann's belongs in every Jewish home... e Made from 100 o corn oil-not a mixture of oils • Every pound contains almost a cup of liquid corn oil • Ideal for low saturated fat diets many doctors recommend e Available either Lightly Salted in the refrigerated section... or Unsaited (Sweet) in the frozen food section • Fleischmann's Unsaited (Sweet) Margarine also ideal for low-sodium, diets CERTIFIED KOSHER by Rabbis Chartop and Reichman FLEISCHMANN'S CONTAINS ALMOST A CUP OF LIQUID CORN OIL.



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Ljdcy. March 12, 1965 Jewish Her id/fan Paqe 3-A Pepper Bill Will '"age Swann Sworn In Ease Restrictions Richard H. M. Swann. Miami lawyer, was to be sworn In as Congressman Claude Popper has Judge of the District Court of Apbrew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami ; its annual banquet Apr. 3 at the Sterlinq Left to right are Rabbi Shimon Azulay, of th* organization and guest of Mrs. Gladys Diamond, member of the re Committee; Mrs. Shoshana Specelary; Ellis Robbins, vice president hairman of 'he function; David Freedman, honorary life president; Mrs. Julius Sukenik, treasurer; and Mrs. Ellis Robbins. A member of the faculty of the Hebrew Academy, Rabbi Azulay is founder of the Hebrew Educators Alliance and widely known for his work in the field of Jewish education. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Purim Seudah At Beth El ual Purim Seudah or Sister I od and Congregation Beth El .' ill be held S indaj in Dora August Memorial Hall The 6 p in dinner will be followed by entertainment, Ho.![or the evening are Mr. and Mis Ben l'.oskin and Mr. ;nnl Mrs. \ %  nberg, in honor of their anniversaries. All proceeds will go to the BethEl Religious School. Mis Jack Shapiro is president of the Sisterhood, and Joe Zalis, president of the congregation. reintroduced a bill liberalizing the restriction on the amount of income retired persons can earn while collecting Social Securitj benefits. "An? senior citizen ready, willling and able to work should have he right to work." Pepper said. 'We need the productivity of such Citizens, and (hey should not be precluded from earning all they can without bavins; any amount taken away from Social Security benefits.Peppers bill died in the 88th Congress for hick of time, alone with a number of other administration programs. Present law provides that anyone making more than $1,200 yearly is not eligible for Social Security benefits. Pepper's bill is supported by nilmerous senior citizen groups and individual constituents ill bis Third < ongressional District, who have written him that the\ strongly favoi passage of this liberalizing legislation. peal. Third District, at 11 a.m mi Thursday, bj Chiei Justice E. Harris Drew, of the Florid preme court. Induction ceremony was to be held in the Court i; n of the District Court ol Appi tin' fifth H • oi Hir state Ofl i e Building. AUTHORIZED 0£AIE mZi 'CNITH Ouol.ty HEARING AIDS $S0 to $285 Service All Moke* j laHtrid — Mo'dj STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i> ">. M.I Tttfi-rrst'M-TrUlt-Ttfmi PHONE JE >-7tK :z i:ght are U.S. Sen. George Smothers, of Florida, and ses Feuerstein, active leader of the Jewish community of ton, Mass., and president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish pciegations in the U.S., greeted by Deputy Mayor Moused Hubeishi, of Acre, at recent groundbreaking cerepies for the first vocational school in a network of 30 to :ailt by the Israel Education Fund, a program of the Unish Appeal. Sen. Smothers, Feuerstein and Sen. RichRussell, of Georgia, journeyed to Israel from the U.S. es[ to attend the Acre school groundbreaking ceremonies ch Smothers was a featured speaker. Arabs Threaten To Boycott Prince Philip Continued from Page 1 A ip was interested primarily in the fact that the ship was beins built ir Scotland and saying that the Palace was under the impression that the party was being held solely for the benefit of the Prince's own charity organization. The Boycott Council at Cairo has isBUCd a statement, the Sunday Express reported, declaring: "We aii' extremely upset that Prince Philip should appear to align himself so closely with the cause ol Zionism, our bitterest enemies." Judge Balaban At Y' Party .Indue and Mrs. Henry Balaban will be the featured attraction at the North Count) VM YWHA Senior Citizen Friendship Club's celebra tion of Purim on Tuesday. 8 p.m., at 140.16 XE 6th Ave. The program will also include a playlet. "You are There." and songs by the Senior Citizen Choral Croup. In charge of information is Airs. Beatrice Stone. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1532 Washinqton Awe., Miami Bch, JE 1-1969 534-0271 RAT PROOFING A Specialty REGULAR PEST CONTJHH FOR THE HOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. 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Paoe 4-B >Jeistfkrkfi>ir Friday. Mcrch 12, 1%$ .Socialite ... lu SsaLcl Cf Continued from Page IB decor color pink — Adri enne s frock a % %  •. Isabels, a shock L %  ..-. shaped b-rthday cake rated with cher tainmerit for the afternoon of t'ered by a folk finger witfe tar A sophomore at Beach tUS. IDYTH 6£/C£f Mrs. Geiger Will Speak Sunday 0a Sunaay. at 11 a.m.. Mrs Edyth Geiger, regional director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. uil] address the Hillel Student Council at Hillel House Subject of Mrs Geiger s remarks will be the Foreign Stutl the Hebrew University More than 50 countries are currently represented in the student body at the Hebrew University, including many Americans In addition to the one-year special study program previously offered to college juniors. Hebrew University is this year sponsoring a summer course in English, with housing in the dormitories and special tours through Israel. Mrs Geiger attended Hebrew University, and her daughter. Miriam, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, is currently enrolled a freshman in the Faculty of the Humam::-. at the Jerusalem %  eh Attorney and teacher, the direc• the American Friends is frequently called upon to lecture on Israel becam ataaj years residence ill Haifa and Jerosa.-. Is_ %  ... a member e Club a: A' Jan Nibauer. Freidia, Shelly Freid in. Ellen Popper. Deu:schman. Landa Kauiman. Elh e J>-on and E. ntor. • WhoM I S *>'• of 5 named •'• of the theTeinDteJS :iKeD. son J ters and S V R I Bazelor Lynx Mrs Le • • Twenty nine young voices sang •Happy Birthday' to pert Diane Glickman at her sweet sixtet-n party Saturday at the Biltmore Terrace Luncheon motif of blue and white centered in the beautiful birthday cake holding the right number of candles "and one to grow on" Charming guest of honor is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel GlickMoess Chitim Luncheon Slated active in .ork both here and in Israel, and pa-: p:• • ; th, Hatikvah Chapter of Mb h -•• ss of the an-Chitim iuncheon of the her home. 3606 Flamm : on Tuesday noon. Mar. 23. Mrs Morris Bienenfeld. Moess an. explained that a Chitim is a traditional custom which Jews throughout the have observed, and means % %  mone> for wheat money is ja4ha*el the 1 -• r s • • %  %  %  tein is roup. lhe past IJ years junior at Beach s 5 pn .. ent of the Senior : Temple Menorah I'STI -rends much of her aj from school studying and piano. • Over 3,000 miles but only one :he birth of cousins r. who made :-. ai IH is A Vser %  5 SI: 51 Y o u n g mothers %  ters Stephen's pal %  M %  son Mrs Mildred Werner and the lal Harry Werner, of ( Two residents of the BlacK-' Retirement Hotel in Miami Beach will share their birthday celebration on Sunday afternoon with their fello*-residents Mrs Molly Koppel. marking a century of living earlier in the week, the last ten at the Blackstone. and Harris S Borenstein are looking forward to the huge birthday cake they will have presented to them. Annual Purim Bazaar Annual Puri jn( | lval will begin at Beth Tor,, on a teen-age dar • oand. On Sunday ral boot!.• for the J tire daj uh a • supper to be rom itji p m. Dance Group At Beth El A new Israeli ng da B „! group will give nance on Sur.'L mm • %  igregatien • p UCM [ :y m per. j %  h LARRY THOMPSON to ai — ia m i DRINKS MILK. HOW ABOUT YOU? rT8irx) WOOD TO MU* roitTHE>OuN* B'nai Raphael Masquerade Raphael Religious bazaar spoosored by the :-. %  : for HOUDAT ^aad Everyday for Koshering %  II your meat and fowl I That's Philadelphia Brand of course—the tastiest cream cheese of alL And freshest too-because it's the fastest selling brand in your grocer's dairy case! So when you give your family this feast of tender Nova Scotia and bakery fresh bagels-make it pure LOXury with Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese. KnA oo tse. paefcas* *>s_r a-ann:** of t- f>*t f C c f-„KtM K a p _. t/ [KRAFT IERTIFIED KOS HER



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lev, March 12, 1965 -Jet*lsti fhrldlnn Paqe 15-B •o right are Charles H. Finkelstein, Col. Barton Udell, Mor'on Stubins, James R. KatzIhan B. Rood, Mrs. Eleanor Lipton, actinq man. Sected are Alfred Boas and Mrs. Rob-.ra regional director, Mrs. Nathan Gaines, ert Kaplan. Members of AJCommittee are wed at Special Reception Here DI the American tte< .' ere honored \ eption ;it the home t Hofmayer on Feb. 28. Miami Chapter has is;! ru ;'nits in the past B ileeman, chair%  bip, indicated is i 'ption was not only new members to cal gro ip, hut to give a brief the program of amittee Dwlng a welcome by Mrs K Katzman, chairman of ts and FTeerian, those png hi ir cports from Mrs. II Finkelstein, president | Greater Miami Chapter, who Bed the Institute of Human unary Head liami Visitor Samuel J. Berman. execdirector of Beth Jacob; ers Seminary of America, is liami contt a drive ppand the program, |tn .1 a c o b i^ry is ; w h e I e trained Jcome !'< %  a i he rs traditionally >ant mo Rabbi r,n explainRABBI BCRMAN I Seminary, located in BrookItLi** 8 ,s,abli shed 26 years roday, an enrollment of istudents and a staff of 80 fre occupy three buildings. h rth branch wiTJ be opened P*Ptember in the building of |ung Israel of West Bronx. Herman said the drive has of $20,000. Relations and iis relationship to the 18 chapters and over i members oi AJCommitti R i ipiro, secretary of the I er Miami Chapter, on "( I ind Exti emism:" Nathan B. Hood, past president of the Greater Miami Chapter, on Cha Patterns in Jewish Christian Rela lion--, resulting from AJCommittee's various textbook studies and from the Ecumenical Council; Gerald Katcher, member of the Greater Miami Chapter Executive Board, on Social and Executive Suite Discrimination;" and Alfred Boas, chapter vice president, who discussed -Overseas Program of Committee." Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ifelvyn B. Frumkes, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Ilimmel, Robert f. Shapiro. Mrs Eleanor Lipton, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Udell, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haber. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte. Col. Nathan B. Rood, Dr. and Mrs. Morton Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stubins. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sumberg. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth New Programs Set on WVCG WVCG announces the premieres of two new programs which join its growing list of unique radio shows: "Musicians Off-Stage" at 8 p.m., Sundays, and "Composer's Birthday Party," at 7 p.m.. Tuesdays. Both programs are 55 minuets and in Stereo on FM. "Musicians Off-Stage" features a discussion each week with one of the world's outstanding musical personalities and stereophonic recordings. "Composer's Birthday Party" is a musical salute to composers whose birthdates are observed in the current month. MOTORS TRANSMISSIONS OVERHAULED 50 Plus Part* No Money Down i TOWING OVERHAULED 49 29 50 Plus Parts All WorV Unconditionally Guaranteed 751-9759 FREE TOWING LARRY'S GARAGE. Inc. 7801 N.W. 7th AVENUE Treister, Mrs. Rhoda Glasser, Ger| aid Katcher. Herbert L. Markow. Mrs, Nathan Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spero Mr and Mrs Robert Sussman, Mrs. Anita Treister. Mr and Mrs Herman VV'epman, Mrs. Hortense LaGuette. Mr and Mrs. Petet Wolf, Dr. and Mrs Ed Fox, Mr. and Mrs Max J Bennett, Mr. and Mrs Barl Cohen. Vlfred Boas, I>>and Mr> Nathan Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. King, Mr and Mrs Arthui En ;land Jr. Dr and Mrs. Leonard Silvcrman. Dr. and Mrs Philip Weinstein Jr., Mr. and Mrs Robert B Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein. Mrs B. F. Finkelstein. Mr and Mrs. David B. Flecman. Beach Rabbis At Conference I Two Miami Beach rabbis will be among the guest speakers at the 20th anniversary convention of the Southeast Region of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America to be held this weekend in Savannah. Ga. Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Congregation Knesseth Israel, will address the convention on Saturday. Rabbi Berel W'ein, of Beth Is rael Congregation, will speak on Friday. Some 400 delegates represent ing synagogues in Alabama. Arkansas. Florida, Georgia. Mississippi, North Carolina. Louisiana and Tennessee, will take part in the three-day regional conclave of the UOJCA. the national organization serving 3.100 Jewish congregations throughout the United States and Canada. Featured among the nationally prominent personalities who will address the convention is Moses 1. Feuerstein, national president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. Jack Gordon To be Speaker Ben Swire, chairman of the I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circle Schools in Greater Miami, announces that Jack D. Gordon will lecture on Tuesday. 8 p.m., at 1545 SW 3rd St. Gordon is a member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Murray Cold, of Miami Beach Workmen's Circle Branch 1059. celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary. The Golds moved to Miami Beach from Patterson, N.J., six yean ago. ADL Raps Ala. Police Brutality By Special Report The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Wednesday called upon President Johnson, Attorney Gen eral Nicholas dcB. Katzenbach, and Leroy Collins, director of ihe Community Relations Service of the Department of Commerce, to "in yoke federal power" to insure the I rotection of Negro American citizens in Alabama. In telegrams to the three men. signed by Dore Senary, ADL nalonal chairman, the League said: "The shocking spectacle of helmets and gas masked troopers attacking defensless Negro American citizens gathered for a peaceable demonstration is a blot OP our country's record. Alabama authorities have shown that they cannot and will not implement federal constitutional guarantees. "Rather they ride roughshod over the rights they are sworn to pro-i tect. They have demonstrated that there is an immediate need for invoking the federal power to insure the protection of the right of all citizens guaranteed in our Constitution to assemble peaceably to petition the government for redress of grievances. Your record in defense oi freedom and equal rights persuades us thai the federal gov ernmenl will nol stand by while Americans engaged in peaceful protest J. linsl denial of their right W \ ite, ;; righl guaranteed by the Civil i> Vets in the enactment of which you played so \ ilal a role, is flouted." LEGAL NOTICE \~J b i I u a r i c MASS. Max David, 7T. of IBs." MlrhiKim Ave., dli ,1 Mar. 7. Hl\ i WEISSMAN. i,, — i. 6S, "I 642 it.ir, Av< died Mai • I FOX, Margaret, ol nil Ocean Dr., died Mai. 7. Rlvei-aide. KATZ. Ira ll., 7i. ol 2U l.-l ind tve., an a Mai. %  Si !''.in Xi A v „ City. Rlversldi MARCUS. K.i.i d, II, ,.f >:i S : %  172nd Si., an-. I Mar Ii. Itiversldi COTLER, |i;i I l>. <::. of 221 SW .'..".iii AvI:,I iii.-ii Mar. 5. Riverrdde. FEDDERMAN, Nathan I.. '.7. Ol 1.160 Monad Tei died Mai 6 Rivers di FRIEDMAN. Jill lib, 7". of 2IKI2 I ll.I died Mai 6. Si i \ lei .In K< w ^ "ik Rlvi ft ale KREEGER. \l ham, 71, of K.\01 Collins Avi •' .I Mai I Rivi ROSENBAUM. Mm ICUli i. '.J. | Mars* ill, I ir ill. a Mar. 3. I: Hide. WOLLMAN, .Mi.in-. 73, of BK31 NW H I. died Mi 1 %  ZOLUN. Ml \li, 'hlgan .\\. died Mai Bide. GORDON. \: i Mai I H STRAUSb. > \\ • Ht \vi i Mai :l R \. rsld, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XI ITII I IS IIKKKI'.Y ''. I \ LN I ; he mull rsin 'i a. .i_business undei the fictitious liana "i AMERIC \ N I'OI LECTION AC1BX V I:,-,., inl:!\ .1.. M i;t TII i Inl in reglstei -itill n.ime with Ihi C'.cri of the i 'mint i 'oun ol Hadi l louiu.v. Hoi Ida. JACK Itl ISKMAX .: !2-l!i-2i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi %  !•: IS lll-:i:i:i:\ tllVKN 111 ll Hi,iin,;, i-itin ,i. a. ,|I-IIIR in nu.it. in lill-in, -mil. i III. II. in ii. :ii,mi, of CONTIN l.'XTAI, INVESTIGATIONS .it Suite 218, IC4M N.E. I'lli Avenue, Xortli Milfoil Beach, Plot-Ida Intends, 1.1 — -1 > a I ll.. I1IC tV IC ll III-I "ll I '•• ,.i iii, or, mi i '..in i ol l lade • 'ounty, Florida. CIIARI.KS' C'l %  Sou < iw nei ii!i-:j-:ii *. w lill.L il s r.i-. :,\ II. Building Miami, I lorldu Altai ii' --'"' %  Owner :: 12-10-26, i t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wiseheart) KMKRITA FELIPE, Plaintiff, v.\rn\i>' MARIA FELIPE. 11, i.ii,i..iii NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE III". I.iil.i* ette \\ eiiuc Apt. So. :: Bronx, New York Vof AIM: HKREBY notified that II f iin I>LI in i for Divorce luili,'eii filed ,iu.,i"--i you, and you are herabj rei|iiii-ed i" wrve u copy of n>ur anBwer i" tii.Complaint "ii the Plaintlfff attorney, I.KSTKII RtMiURS. nhoxe nddreHM is '.•:•: %  N.W llili SI %  • I, Mian I, i'l"' Ida, and file the orhtinul [of Hi.Anawer In il rflce of the i i, r k ol the Kleventli Judicial Cin ull In mid for Bade County, Pkirlda, "ii or I., fon i he 13th da) of April. IM,*i, in defaiill of iii.li ili>' "omplalnl win ;.. in i.. II .i. ..in. ~s.-.l b) you. I • \ (-1:i > iiiis Dth ,l:tv of March, 1983. i: B, l.i: \i'iii:i:.M.\.\ i i, i k of the Circuit Court laeal) By: C P, COPBUAND 3 li-lv-36, I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2613 MELA NA88I, Plaintiff,. \ >. RALPH NA88I, Iiefi-ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RALPH NAB8I Avenlda I', Ko. "<7 Sur TUuana II. C, Mexico TOD ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce ims been filed against you, and you are hereby required to ierv a oopy of your an%  wer i" lh Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, L.B8TER ROGERS, whose addresa is IDS N.W. Ilih Btreet, Miami. Florida, and file the original of tin\i.-wi-r in the office of the I Clerk ol Mi. Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County, Florida. "" or before the 13th daj of v i %  i II, 1965, In default of which the Complaint "ill %  i b) you i A IT:; %  thin i>• 111 daj of 191 E B LEATHERMAN Clei k i,t the Circuit Oourl (seal) B) : C. P. COPBLAND :; 12-19-36, I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6SC 2419 IN RE: i 'nance ..f Same of OSCAR MO.NZoX V FERNANDEZ Minor Child of I'AK.MI-V PKRNAN'DEZ SCHNEIDER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Jl'1.11' Ml > W.i i\ Address t'nknown and I., others whom ii may concern; XMI iiiihereb) given by the undei-signed Petitioner, OSCAR MONZi IX Y I KRXAXDEZ, minor I CARMEN hKRNANDEZ SCHNEIDER and ll' l.li i Mi IXZI iX, |i %  i. -i.l. nii.il -1 a sir.. i. in Ihfit> of Miami l leach, Badi O Florida, Inti nds to apply to tin arable Raj Judge ol %  Dade C %  11 ,1 In Ii. .,1 a. for mi %  .. use All SCHNKII >E1 he hall thereafi ^ • are hi ,.i.i. n. .II-. • any, on oi bel abovi date, ivith CARI. EDWIN l.irTi '\. Ittoinej • %  Petitioner, I4'i9 N.I-: I9th Avenue, Xorth Bench, Florida. Dated al Miami, Florida. It daj ol Man h A I. I CARL KI'WIN" LIPTON A' lorne) for Petitioner 18499 N 17 19th Ivenui Xorth Miami Beach, Florida .: r.'-m-:i: %  3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66282A IN RE! Estate -f ROBE SCHWARTZ, a k a ROSE KLEIN SCHWARTZ, u k i ROSE KLEIN. I. I'I-.-I sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Alt Persona Having fiainis or Demands Against Said Sal iti you are hereby notified and reMuiri-il ti> present nnj claims and demands Which you may have a( the estate of ROBE SCHWARTZ, II k .i ROBE KI.KIN Sl'HWARTZ, a k a ROBE KLEIN deceased lati of i HI, i>County, I'lmi.ia. to the County Judges of Had.County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes. In their offices In the Count} Courthouse in Bade County, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, oi the same will be hatred, Dated at Miami, Klorlda, this Mb ,la\ ni March, A.D. 1965, JACOB IIAVNAI. ROBE BERKOWITZ AiExecutors First publication of iliis notli n Hi,. I Jili da) of March, 198 Simon, Hays C (Irundwerg Attorne} s foi ICstate mil Alnsli j Building Miami. Florida 33182 FR 1-651 :: 12-19-16, 4 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66282A IX RE: Estate of RUSE SCHWARTZ, a k a ROSE KI.KIN BCHWARTZ, B k a ROBE KLEIN, Deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF KlXUllUA: TO AM. PERSONS INTERESTED IN" TDK ESTATE OF s.\ll> DECEDENT. You are hereby notified that a Written instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said decadent ha.been admitted to probate In said Court, You are hereby Commanded within six calendar months from the flute of the first publication of this notice to appear In said CoUfl and show cause, if an> yOU call. why the action of said Court In admitting said will to probate should nol siand unrevoked. W K 111. AN'I'i IN l 'mint v Judge (seal) By: Lois P. Pastorfleld Clerk First publication of this notloi oa the 12th da) ol March, I Simon. Hays B Qrundwerg M, V .. "ol Alnsle) Building i Ida S31S2 PR I-Hil3 :: 12-19 16, i J



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fiday. March 12, 1965 ^Jenis/} fhiridHari Page 1 i \Eban Talks With U Thant By SAUL CARSON NI TED NATIONS (JTA) -' JcenUy. Israel's Deputy Prime Inister Abba Bban was given a hour by Secretary-General L L a nt for a conference which refiled in no public announcement Li the topics discussed. It was vealed only that they talked iout Issues of "mutual interest' the United Nations and Israel. well as "general issues" contains the United Nations. ,li was easy enough to estimate [me of the issues affecting Israel fcectly. Mr. Thant had sent a ccial two-man mission of highJikiog aides to look into a spate Jordanian border attacks against facl The Mission's report has not _M made public — nor is it likely I be revealed. The fact is. however, Lii from the very day Mr. Thant knounced he was sending the [gsion — the Jordanians seemed have muzzled the guns of Amis n soldiers, Then there is the water issue. Uasser is still itching to use Lebanor as a stooge in the Arab League's move to divert the Leadwaters of the Jordan River, Fhus robbing Israel's National Water Carrier of the waters it eeds for irrigation of the Negev. Israel had made it clear that Urab work — as distinguished from talks — on Jordan water liversion would be considered an let of aggression, and Israel's defense leaders have been quite Outspoken about their readiness deal with such projects militarily. Certainly that topic could veil have been on the EbanThant agenda. there were the "general is%  i deep concern to the United [Btions as a whole. Most of these I known. The principal issue Hi the refusal by Russia, and almost a dozen other luntries to pay their just dues for aintenance of the UN's peaceoperations. As the Gener\ssembly took its long recess is year, until September l. a cision had been taken, on a sug


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I age 4-A Jewish fk>ridiar Friday, March 12. 1965 X ^Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 irriMi rtncWSTb, Th*JewUhPlortdlM Th. J.w.sh F,or,d,,n h,. .b.or.d tht S**Jj££J!& Engl.sh-Jev.ish Newspaper s. nd the Florida Kress "> the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher IEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher ""lie Jti h PSnrl li-in rto<* not nimrnnt.-* ih* Kuilirutb of the ni.T. h.iii.l — ilv • % %  i % -.! In ii~ '••! SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On. Ye.r$*00 ThrV..u.l2 00 Out o' Town Upon Reqi est Friday. March 12. 1965 8 Adar 5725 Cardinal Spellman To Receive Award The Reform Jewish Appeal of the Union of American Hebrew Conqreitions and the Hebiew Union Colge Jewish Institute of Religion will esent Francis Cardinal Spellman • .th their Humanitarian Award at function The av the rewed Catholic prelate for icu ing a d< >n at the nenical Council absolvinq the ieicide charge sm. have been to'.d often en< cal Coun< : a Jewish matler and that ^ on the business of I are he;: aneous. Perhaps this is also prel e ase in the decision of the Rerr Jewish Appeal to single out retinal Spellman. But since the [ hurch warning relating to the Ecuenical, itself, has largely if not en• eiy been ignored by Jewish leadand organizations, we fail *o feel constrained and are throwing caution to the winds in the matter of the UAHC .tation at least to this exten': There are many Catholic prelates, both in America and abroad, who have played an important and even impassioned role in the ceclaralion on absolution. We mean to detract neither from the Union award nor from Cardinal Spellman, himself, when we suggest that some were even more pivotal. For so distinguished a Jewish organization cs the UAHC to cite a single prelate at this point seems premature. It performs a disservice to the declaration, which has not yet in feet passed, and to the many other Church fathers whose purpose deserves at least equal recognition. The Triumph of Purim Purim, the celebration of the triumph of :od over evil, is told in the ancient book >wn as the Megillah. The Megillah will be read Wednesday ght and Thursday morning, recountinq the effort by Herman, the Persian tyrant, to destroy 8 Jews. It is Queen Esther, the wife of Kinc .-.hasuerus, who battles valiantly to save he: people and brings Haman to his ugly end. The word, 'Purim." means "lots.'' which reflec's the way in which Haman selected the ay on which the Jews would be destroyed. The holiday is marked in a festive atmosphere, with both children and adults reading iiom the Megillah and sounding their "graggers" (noise-makers) at the recitation of the tyrannical Hainan's name. It is clear tha*. throughout our history, evil men have appeared and attempted to destroy ihe Jews. But the larger lesson to be learned from the holiday is that tyran's are always plotting to destroy the freedom and dignity of men at large and that their efforts are doomed to failure in the end. Men may pay a •errible price for their precious right to self-determination, and the reign of tyranny is often longer than seems bearable, but, as in the Megillah of Purim. right emerges the ultima'e victor. rTMaTAWT l7VfAr>? TO COMPLETE THIS MONUMCNT*!. *x$< AT -me cosr OF &f 1,275.000 editor of "Dagbreek," suggests that the newprocedure "could only give grounds of indulgence in racialism." We agree. The Jews of South Africa have for sometime now had increasing difficulties. Charges against them have been voiced on the floor of Parliament. The nation's apartheid policy has put the Jews at odds 'here with the decision of the State of Israel to condemn the policy and its practitioners, as a consequence of which Zionism today seems to be one of the worst insults in the horrifying gamut of South Africa's racial strife. This does not mean to say that all of South Africa's Jews have lined up against apartheid. Quite the contrary: Sadly, many are as ardently segregationist as some of their non-Jewish neighbors. Bu' the guestion of white supremacy apart, Jews there find themselves in an unenviable position todayThe latest practice of identifying candidates for office by their race, religion or extraction is one more step in the direction of exploding the Sou'h African tinderbox. South African Tinderbox Sou'h African newspapers last week listed the "racial origin" of candidates running : a the forthcoming elections to the Provincial Council of Johannesburg. Included were "Jewish," "Greek-English "English" and "Afrihaans." A spokesman for the United Party has already attacked the practice as "an attempt at isolating Jewish alee." Dirk Richard, Art Commission Decision More Jews live in New York Citv than in any other city in the world. New York, in fact, is symbolic of the melting pot society that has made America. To list the varie'y and number of cultures, tongues and national extractions that make up New York would be to present a fair-sized catalogue of the world's representative civilizations. The recently-proposed memorial to the six million Jews who perished during the Hitler era does not therefore seem out of keeping with the city's spirit and make-up. Nevertheless, the New York Art Commission rejected the proposed memorial on the ground that it would be too "distressing" a tableau, particularly for the sensitivities of young children. We find the commission's reaction a sheer absurdity. In a world filled these days with human tension, such a memorial might well remind both young and old of man's capacity for inhumanity. It is, indeed, precisely this capacity that best characterizes the commission's decision. The outrage of the Hitler era was not alone an attack upon the integrity of Jews bu* of all people who tolerated it because, at the moment, it failed to touch them. The Art Commission hence slights no' only the world's laraest Jewish population but one of the world's largest cities, v.: benefit from the meaning of such a memorial. I I I : I JHE DADE County School Board is a big busiw,, 1 lirillO ihP WeeK operation, and it K.-.MHM0 mi week's school board meeting shakes my own faith to the extent I ,1 1 ara forced to regard less covertlj the bigotry that most ol us pretend lias [led in the changing times. What the meeting did was clearly to spell out the frei peated and jusl as frequently denied view thai many Ne I ation in our schools — a view directly contrarj to the Segro leaderin the civil rights movement This m IUT| the middle between tin professionals and the Ni • ity the> presumabl} represent Consequently, it also 1 1 argel} absent Ni gro leadershi THE UNKIHG Of 'RIGHT-WINS' VAlUli L AST WEEK'S SCHOOL board meeting wenl a step nembers \vl fail r %  tudes from the pa*t. square!} on the firin; uwn 1 lassie waj where, one wi uld %  1 could not possil .. • in more current and vogue terms, "right wii s lcn a manm t,, place gregatlon and anti Sen same s.de ol the scale The facts are simple. The Dade Count} School B plans for Colonial Drive Elementar} School to rein-,. tacilit Frank C. Martin Elementary in Richmond Height., n-ea-l Negro section here The Colonial Drive School woum [ as well Whereupon. Edward Hanna. president 1 Via at the Martin School, joined by William Redding, pres I Citizens Committee of Richmond Heights, appeared before tl I 111 a plea to set aside these plans and 10 luiild a new 1 J school in Richmond Heights, instead Both Hanna and Redding, representing the Negro pi j they wanted their children to attend BCDOOl eloser to hoiiu • I between the professionals and the rank and file emerged at tht nicd-l ing when Dr John Brown, project coordinator for the Congress on Racial Equality, opposed Hanna and Redding on the ground that tWl school they suggested would without doubt be segregated. Di Browtl proposed an alternate site at Coral Reel Dr. and SV\ l'.v \it I which he apparently foresees will one day be a high rent district wt-l tain to attract white residents and therefore assure the ulti lateOfl tablishment of an integrated school there. PTA President Hanna rejected the CORF, official's proposal M| the ground that Dr. Brown has no knowledge of the area and ivuldtitl under any circumstances, "lind his way in and out ol Ricbmo Heights," a genteel euphemism lor "carpetbagger."' GOING BACK A HUNDRED 11A% AGO THOSE SCHOOL BOARD members with the forward vii -itrirB Involved themselves immediately or were Involved aa *| quence ot the debate that followed. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.! clearly aware of the strange Negro paradox, told bcth Hanna a| Redding that they were trying to force the board to en "-I legated school This is. ot course, obviously true Theil I that the Negro parents they represent want their children 1 heme clearly smacks ol the kind of fear characteristic ol any I their plea was. in fact, a move to maintain the sanctity of I Her charge ol Negro self-segregation seemed therefon 1" li l Instance not only accurate: it was also a perfect prelude 1 %  1 '*l • uent question posed to Redding "Do you want us to iine-hundred yearagi 1> that what you want? In support of this very crucial view was .lack D. G I Hi 1 that "you personally are doing a great the children ol Richmond Heights and to the children ol %  I ty." explaining thai education is less effective in segr< I::: 1 Whereupon, Mrs, Helene J. Vosloh, in support ol no 011 nd nom ol the issues presented before the board, shot back cculdn'l be right in his assumption, particularly since thi integrated schools in Miami Beach, where he lives l have a fairl} sober evaluation of Mrs V'oasoh'i tei Bid ovei the year-, which began with my first meeting hei Ol those terribly cynical Jewish Theological seminary "ethical^ lies' meeting.here back before the mid-50 s. when I argued IB*! floor clash against both her and James Noel, former school WJ. I member, on then positive feelings about religious practices i Dade County school system. THE VARIETY Of UNDERHANDED CHARGES %  DO NOT believe Mrs Vosloh lias grown much since then >>' r! '*| not enough to match the equivalent growth of the b Her retert to Cordon il a case in point, which reflects her la^*l knowledge that there indeed are integrated schoolon Miami !'•" I But worse, it reflects a social attitude which Cordon. In : capably characterized as -racist and bigoted." I would call it worse than that It in fact speaks fci lM '" J brings to mind the horrifying variety of underhanded chat jes i> I against school board members like Gordon and lira Meyers ounj their renr then campaigns for the office simply on the ground of For ion This is. as I suggested at the outset, particularly I a retrograde view ol the world In which we live — a view which ^ fear for the United Nations with fluoridation, tor int. %  -; ltl0n Jl anti-Semitism, for "big government" paradoxically with "'"' u | tend, to diminish the energy some board members outlook and their homework Tiler, is ni long) r any room ir nd prejudici s Mrs Meyers suggested it mai 1 m their ghetto in accordance | n leaving them spht from their profess %  'L^ -and alone \jack Gordon observe 11 ..y educative processes themselves I



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olden Scroll Signing ill Highlight Torah und Luncheon Here fh, (/l/oma/i s LXJorlci 'eJewish Floridiaxi Scroll will | ish Theological Seminary of Ameri. o[ a Golden Ihe Torah Fund Lunch-1 ca in New York City. The Fund also Miami. Florida, Friaay. March 12. 1965 .ug Mollic Kahaner Sisterhelps to maintain nationwide in o e th Torah Congregation atIterfaiih programs with its Weil a | Hall on Thursday, Mar. I Coast branch, the University of Judaism. ( hair. ii:: the fund-raiaing luncheon for the local Sisterhood will .e Mrs, Kwald Ziffer. Committee members are Mrs. Stanley Stein, Sisterhood president. Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz. Mrs. Ben /.ion KirachenHilM), Mrs. Abraham Gittleson. Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Mrs. .lames daruch, Mrs. Joseph W. Solomon. Mrs Sidney Deutsch. Mrs. Mitchell dVeisser, Mrs. Robert Avins, Mrs. kjorton Reiss, Mrs. Stanley Fried nan. Mrs .1 iseph Golden and Mrs David Schwartz. Section B ;. a reiK-.-Wulkan. vice pres ihe Florida Branch of the ... women's League, will be .peakei v musical program Gr r g, accompanied s„ -ill also be pre porah I %  is sponsored by uonal H unen's League ol .til S; I aso.ues ol America. -.,h Ma i Kahaner Sister %  affiliate irainir.i; %  ;,n Richard Gerateln 1 Jle Levinson, daughter of ''' Mrs David Levinson ol Hotel, plan ti> be mar 1 M ir. 27 "" business and pleas Harry Augusts n who Hew to Saturday I .h..'.sh" In seme Broadw v 'i with the Miller a Winmi a 'nio at NYU | „ %  "''•' Pallet, a leader ,„ nth for •' quarter ol IJ t ; tia,ll,a n-.l planning their ISABEL GRCVE trip to Israel where Al will be Installed as first vice president ol the international service Organ! zation Accompanying the Pallots Will be William Shore... stem and Mr and Mrs I.ouis Pal lot I'nk s u •: a r flower cor w in by the (0 girls at a Kin:; Cl ie l.ii'u heon On Saturday set the theme I >r the sweet sixl -en birthdaj celebration tend td Adri enne Greene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Greene, and granddaughter t Mr and Mrs Victor Marshall ol Wilminj tor I,,.I prett) guest i honor and equallj pretty mother Isabel both Continued on Pago 4-B Dozens of new styles! All color-drenched stunners! Casuals and beach hats, soft, airtight packables! White, ballet pink, bahama blue, parrot green, orange fiz. sand beige, black, shocking pink, yellow. hal bjr. street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Burdme's stores 1 com* in. call 373 11*1



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March 12, 1965 Je M /$#? ftoridfiair Page 1 C .-C LEGAL NOTICI ,Vv H 6 E N TH R .AL aRCUIT OP FLORIDA AND FOR DADE V r/^TV IN CHANCERY. C0U No. 65C 2261 |V M sKWVOMHtl HMl'l H, I'lali !X „s'\VKI( ; iKitunl > ilnst you ,1 in .nBill of dmII >"' published in cutlve i -HI: .IK" ISM KI.KII>IA.\ I M: AM' ORDERED ai Miami, .1. I..> \\ .'I'l.H DAYENU BY HENRY LEONARD ; lu> id March, A.D. i: i: %  .iii I IIKKM \N". • 'I. vk. %  %  ., %  i '• %  ml v I" 11, .1 .1 NELSON %  l.rk lllKXUY M II UTZKIN I'i.ilnt Iff | n Law II illdlim lllvd I \ | Mia Hot da r, :.-i• i "Here's an odd one, Rcbbi, ... a couple for marriage, and they're both Jewish 1964. Doynu FrWuclUlt LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66127 IN UK Km ti %  ..i .i M'K RAEDEI: It. -eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ("red!tin and All !'• i—.11-. 11:• \ ing ''l;iiin> HI Demands Against Said i %  i in in %  i.\ it,>iiii.-.i and re quired i" preseni an) claims anil !• %  miinds which you may huv<> ii ilii-.-i.i i. of JAI K i:.\ El 'Kit di ..-.-.I iiti n| lade Count t<> i inCount) Judgi "i l County, i and file i he .-.I me In duidli ati and ;iprovided In Section 733.111, Fl luj Siai utes, In 11 ffli %  in i hi i '"iiii house in i i.ni. County, l"i I'll, within alx call inths frimi iti.%  III.. "i Hi, first puhllcal Ion hi i' of or iln iw will be barred, I ated iii M Ian i lorlila, i liix 2nd %  Iii) of Man Ii. \ 1). 19*5. MARTHA l >l:lMAN A H K\ei n i i\ I'n -i publication "i i innoi Ii "ii ill. '.in da) •'! March, "i TI.KI: .* BFRONSON .Mim in \ fur Exei utrlx Li.' Am.-ii> Uldg Miami, f i :l 5-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^•Jenisti TktHttCttl •ollcits your legal notice*. W appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legaJ rates Dial Fit 3-4 IIVHI Hauler Htn • ". I • the orudnal I -ii. office "f I "HI I nil niI I % %  ihi -I April, IMS, if ti ,H.km.in in default n-i Mm for the ILLEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63494-C IN Ki: Estate of I > I VII > JACK Si IN, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \il i "i • dltom and 111 Peri I 'l.illllOr I li'llMTl'lAu.i HI-' Ss 'I I i in '.. • %  i) %  tilled 'Hi required I '"i""' ''' I III. 'II. I II ,| |.\VI|. .1 U'KKON, di ,.,,-, i .,•• nf I i.ni. Coiinl %  Floi Idii i 1 lie I In -. %  % %  t, n ihi Ii the i '..iiii, In i Floi 'In IV III". luted ... l.|i MAMIK l Ii "KSi IN v, i. i U.II.X. I 'SSI's ,v ESSEN \ % %  i I \ n-i. \ Bldg. i Florida 2'19 %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 1915 DOLLAR s IVINHS Ii INK >K Tin-: CITY OF NEW YORK Plalnlirr. \H UlTY I RBBDMAN ii I u Mi ii: i IN ''H IBLES FRBBDM.IN, ilnI'.iil i.f Com. not Ui I In published one* I k i %  -:.• 111.111.IY II' H'SE, Hi. I'l.n oh '... .ii i.f ii.iii.' < in %  nneecutlve weeki I HIK JKII l.-ll Fl.iiltllil IN i -K AND IIRHKRBD at Miami, I ith das of February, lA.l). II I MI:I;\I A N. Clark, "I l"i Hade County, rlorida '" %  •>' I!) I l VBLON !'• puty Clerk -' %  3/.--12-19 l \L K .. C0UNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 66045-B '•*'I'.'| |f R"MS IMMilNHON I"":,.. .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 111 I'eraoni Hav[ Aaalnal Raid I I %  a K a nal '. IN .!. %  '"Ulil) i in il„ Ci ... Hi %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK 18 HEREBY rjIVKN that the mi.!• I-IUII. %  •!. dealrlnii to .im.... n IIIIMIII'.-S iiinl.i the fl.mi..n name of Mlltli:i. PAMR1CS ni l*3S Ha> Road, Miami Beach, FlorRta, Intends to reg.I.I name wiih the Clech ol the till Court of IJade County, Horloa. RiiBKRT OKRINOER HENRY M WAIT5SKIN Attorney for Robert Oerlnger Waltikln Law Building 1 TT" S;inS..H.I Blvd. North Miami, Florida M9N i u\. • %  al. I • %  % %  i NOTICE OF SUIT Ti Mi/. I MNNIK hltKEI 'MAN. a nil n .Ml.. Ilex II : I 17 '"i.. lot I I .. i nl VnU ill. %  n lain the Circuit 'ii.uii %  al i' I., I _Bin i. .. II -. • urn .i in I-at i .1 "' County, ri"' \ i. quired to nl. ii %  • -i" n Hive pleadlna to plalntlff'H complalnl %  ,v ith i he i. I. ..I tin a Ion suid Com t, i .in.l nerve |i) thereof u|Htn plaintiff, uttorni ) M IRT1N FINE, Uade Federal Building, Miami, Florida 33181 i later nan March 89, IMS, ,.i ., 11.. : i •: ,i '..ni. -.-.. ;ii n. entered aii.i"i-i >"I'DATE 11 F< I) 19. I9B3. i: i; I.K \i III:I:M.\N Clerk ol the I 'ircull Court laeal) bj C. P I'I il'Kl.ANU i s put) i 'I. i k MARTIN FINE l lade Federal Building i Miami, Florida 33131 I 2 28, : 5-12-19 known hell IIKHlfN 1 1 iiHteea, and claiming by. iiR-alnxt Hi.-.' snl. 1 and i: .111. I'll.'. I MIS I Miami, i '" wS&YSSX i 52ra COURT' : FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65837-A IN RE Estate of FI,< IRENCE LEWENAt'ER I l aed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To III Oredltoi %  and .ill !' %  rwmn Having Claln %  "i i '• mandi l| %  re hereb) notlfli 'I at quired to pi •%  nl any clal whli h you ..i'i...i:i:\. B 1.1 ACER %  \ s I \ i I %  i Count; ,. %  • will bi I',-. P %  RD1IKRT LEW IN ICER I'K IRI. IVK1IAAnclllur) Exi i .'" : r i publication of this ni I I • : %  mil ) 196 HARI 'II' SHAPIRO Attoine) for Anclllar) Ex. %  ti Lincoln Rd Miami Bi u l, Ih 17th • \'i i. r.iii\ iln II -. .HI i ifflcel ..i the I'nlted Htati ••; Ami I lei md I Ins -III-I .--..I s in Hitch ..III.'. and I his "i ih< n < -siuii-. I I'laintlff, \ x, ANtiEI. I.ris IEI.EZ, i ux, • i al, Uefendnntr NOTICE OF SUIT T(l ,-INGEI. l.l'IS VELEZ and Jl'NE VELEZ, In" In ii Hi n-. eluding iin> unknown npou*en -.li.i 11. i. n.I.mis if they have reda) married, and n dead, their uniii-visi s. granteea, %  i t'lliioi s. Ilenoi s. nil other i" i -inLhrough, mi.1.1 or I fendanl \\ h<.s. unknoun Viil' ARE HKREKY NOTIFIEP thai .i Hull li.is been brought against v..n \\ I l>RIVER, .'v.l Istralm I an I nil' %  imii .1 Stati '•"" rli i. and hl .i 'i.i in"i their assigns, to foreeloHc II MI n^ ih.follow Ing di I,.. ,• In of I IRST M'l'lilii.N Til MYRTLE tlROV I 'laI Hi. II if, i %  : ., I I .1 |{i '"I .Is ill I ty. 1 %  %  and > on are %  • quli • %  IhK.lt.l Ihi Circuit I Wdi %  i. .ii i hi 'oiirthn ise in M Florida, "ii "i before Apt and '.. I've ,i op) ol such answi r upon Plalnl Ift attorni ). UAVID P i'A'1-MAN. v. I."' East I lagli i Sin i. Miami, Floi Ida, "i. "i hi-fi !••• said datel ..required Ii) the laws of Florida If you fail to .1" -... Hi mplalnt I will be taken an confessed b) you | .,,,,1 ; 11,-, .... ri.. Confessn will I"| ni.-i. .1 im.iiiisi you for tin n Hi i di ilia lull. I ill th mplalnt. DATED .ii Miami, Florida, ilii3rd day "i Mini Ii. I9H3. i: it, I.KA iiii:i:.MAN Clerk of the circuit C l I lade Count). Floi Ida (seal) It) '" I*. ri'l'i:i.ANI' l leput) Clerk DAVID P. I ATS.MAN. Esquire I nl B. FUlgler Street Miami, Florida :: 3-12-19 26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL = IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 66051 -C IN RE: Estate of FREDA ROZINSKY, Dei eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Per I Ing Claims or Demands Against Estate: You in .• Im %  hs notified and quired i" presi ill Qtii) claims and ni. HI. is which you ma) have ugu ih.. state of I l:i:i'.\ IH iZlNSKY .'.:i-.-.| late ..f I'.nl. County. Fli I., l h. i 'oiiiii \ .1 H.IL: • s ,.l I 'nil.' '" mid ilie the s.iin.' III duplic n. -II I,I,,\ i,|, .1 in Sei i I. %  16, Iloi i i i Statutes, in Iheli olliii'ii In the I' i) Courthouse in l'.ni. County, i" Ida, u Ithin six • %  •' % %  ndar month i tIntime of the fit si publication I ,,i or iin -.'inwill '" bat red I i lated ni Minn I, Florida, thi* %  Fi i.i i.n y. A.D BDIVAItl • A STERN As Executor First publirull I Ibis nolii : the 5th .!.> "i March, 1933. Piillot, Sliver, I'.ili'i .\ si.in Attorni > ("I Executor '..'7 .~.\\ -'.: Il An IN T re.1. |Wg: R-tate?," • MM *" T AIl'SllS 1 TO CREDITORS IS or D..m;nds Agalnnt Said You '-state: l*l"ired uf',.-j!"" r by no ''led and rc• whl.T l "" y claims and de."""•iit. ,t\Vs\'-'" ny h v asalnst I ,., ,' Al "'SOBK1. deceased Jni" '-"""V • Mi'iidii. to the | xl "d In v',"i, "i"""' 1 "'" %  a, pro1 "•" %  th.iuH," ,„ yft*" '" ,h f : '"""y J ..ilcndar months from the ,„,,"" ''rst publication heraof. I)! "r th. i>iii..,i ... T, !" "in i„. barred. • %  ";"'."A r'"'!"^ ,hls ,2,h Lll.YAN Si,|'.i;i,'' i I '"' uliix d thi. notice on teKAM3**"* ". A ll ""iev f.!r"l'' ""' K P*n mix wi-ited^ • 2/19-26, 3/5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA IN PROBATE No. 65866-B IN RE: Estate of II.i IRENCE .MANI'KI.I. I .-.-I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I md Ml Persons Having Clalmt i i '• ii .imIl i Insl Said i: tad ., fled and ignlnsl M INDE1.1. l-li'i%  \ %  f this notice on NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NII I'H'i: IS HEREBY I1IVEN 'I'' 1 tile undersigned, desiring i" engage In bus -s nuclei the fictitious name "i I'll/l'iiN FISH MARKET at 518 Ba1'ini.i.i Way, Miami Beach intends lo I-. Klstci said name Ith the Clerk of ii,. i Mi cull '"in i "i" l >ade i '..iiiii> Ida. VIA Rli IK BI'TINUARO ,\ Ni SEI." \ II.I. Atty. VI r A i t I :Iiti IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLOR.DA IN PROBATE NO. 65904-C Eslati "i I.K" IN I %  llll'.N % %  NOTiCE TO CREDITORS -. %  I,. I ng Claln Ii Insl I You ,1 ni.ilnls u hi %  He of LEON CiiH EN di lali ii i % %  %  i Kami md ai ni. .i In Section I i da %  %  ;., -. Ill II ffiCcH III III. I'. Courthouse In Ihidi I'otiBt) Fl n Ithin six call ndai months fn m inn. ol ih. first publication hi or the same lll l" Imrred. I ..i i. ii .ii .Mi. in I, Florida, thu .lav of Kebruary, .1 D. 191 .n ISI;I-II i Ml EN AH EXI %  ni"'' First publication "i Ihla notl Hi. 5th da) "I Mn rli. NAT RE1SS Ati... in > for EXI ntoi i in.I.in. ..In [toad 8 5-U-1 %  C RCUIT COURT. I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 65C 2072 %  P IS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IS. ii i I Mi VS, % %  :: \\IV 12th Avi rls irk ol ibis Court on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65836 C IN RE: Estate of .MAN SPER DE1TELBAI M I it-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons I ing Claims .n Demand* Against s Eatati \. an hereb) notified and quired to present an) claims and • in i miwhich you ma) have aga ,i„. estate ol J( I IN SI'BR DBITE BAl'M deceased late ..i I'.nl.Com Count) l idges ol I' i '..'.iiii ( and file thi in n d %  i .%  %  Ice* I D %  '!..ml.i. I montl '•' the BDIV.IRD \ srr.i: •ni. MI: As K U MM I'I il.l.lN:\ %  101 I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 66C 1M9 HENRY I'osrU'llAl.. Plaintiff, vs. JOHSrtN Pi'Sl'ICHAU 1'i'fcll'l ml m NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOSKFIN P08PICHAL 9><1" North Boulevard. Rout. I CluiKiin Falls, Ohio ,., YOl' IRE HBRRBY NOTIFIED a serve a copy of your Anawer to the Complaint for divorce filed M* 1 ,"" 1 v n plaintiffs attorneya I.II.N STEIN S Ml I.I.I7K. IK* His... MI. Kuilding. 19 W.st Flagler Street, Miami, Morl.lii. and to file the oWnai thereof with the ClarH of the afcowa on or before the tflM '• Man h, i'."i"'. othei wise %  De i '" iso will be entered against you Dated a I Miami, Dade County. KiorIda, tills mil da) of February, i: B LEATHERMAN ci, 11, of the Clreull Couri (aeal) r C P COPBLAND Deputy I, in -'•'.. .: 5-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63974-C IN Ki-: Batata of Rl iSK SMCCKLER i)eee.i?.Hil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persona Having Claim* "i Demanda Against Baw You are hereby notified and reaulred to preaeht any clalme nd demands which you '"i'.v ,'.'•'.;• %  i'*;' [ 'F l the estate of R)SE SMI l KLER deceased late "f I'nl. >'"'i'"V Horii'i. to ,i„. County Judges of Dade I ounty. and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 13 Florida Statutes, in their office* in the CounI, courthouse In Dade County, FlorId within six calendar months from ih,time ol the first publication lun.,r or the same will be barred, "'bated •' M %  Florida, thi* 18th iliv i.f Febl uar) A.D 1965, IU KIN S.Ml'.'K I.Kit \ Exi utor publication ..f thi* notl n the 26th .1 D of February, I96. I.i:, .N \ EPSTEIN Attorney for Estate HO Lincoln Road, Miami JJfJ^S-lJ-W or I %  ..nil. h. iul 1) ITED E. Ii (seal) win i you. Fell I.I: ITHERMAN, I' .1 NELSON, I ny I 'lei U 2 %  : %  -. :: 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business miller the fictitious name of IlLINK OFFICE n KMTl'Ki: at 156 w Flagler St., Miami, Florida Intend* to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, BLANK, INC. mi'' >R ITED By: Lawrence Blank, President AINHLEE I! FERDIE Attorney for Blank, Incorporated suite .ni 1 2315 s\v LeJeune ltd. i !oral i labli s, Floi Ida S813t I 26, 3 S-IS-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CJ1VEN tlint the undersigned, desiring i" i ngage in business under the flctltlou* name of NORTH DADE EMPLOYMENT at 3C3 N.E. H7th St. Miami Intends to register said name "ith the Clerk of th.. circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida DOROTHY r.lMHKItc, OILMAN 3/19-36, 3/5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-7 11TH JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2190 I. iSE INT IN ii' LAl' CI IBAS, I'laintlff, ROSA ISABEL DE 1.A CARIDAD iil.MIMni RAMS de LAO, I '. l.ml.int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ROSA ISABEL DE I.A CAIUL'AO OLMEDt i RAMS de LAO Calvarlo No. 901 Santiago de i "uba i uientCi < 'uba YOB ARE HEREBY notified that 1 Complalnl for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby requlred to sen..i i opy ol your a swer to the c,.niilaiiit .n the I'laii.'• iffs attorney, LE8TER ROGERS win.se address is 999 N \v. lltli Btree Miami, Florida, and file the original ..I" the Answer In the office of Clark of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in mid for I'nile County, Florida. on or before the 9th da) of April, 196 In di fault of hlch the I 'ompl* i will be taken as confessed by yov DATED iiii!6th da) of February. B I! LEATHERMAN !li 11> of the Circuit Court (seal) By: J. -I NELSON Deputy Clerk 3/5-12-19-26



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March 12. 1965 +Jewist Fhridiain Page 7-C OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Malavsky Of Beth Sholcm j ji|< rton Malavsky was |y, and stems from a [,,'. o bis .in.i cantors. „ est training from ,.. | Isaac Malavsky, bbis in Mexico. ... was graduated klishkan Israel anil I, studies at the MeAcademy and k a | -, ninarj ; %  ml New L'nivi lj. and was orL k| was in Mahanoy j (i 17 to 1953. when • the Israelite Center, and Tved :i> spiritual until September, 1963. Maun >ky served as secexecutive vice president (.MI!,: ol the Rabbinical limi of Greater Miami. He Led on many local and naloards, is the originator of c\;-; m program, %  Jewish Ho : on eh. to and faTV chairman for "The (all Voice" for three years. Malavskj was Jewish NaK II iid chairman of the Miami Council, a mem [he Rabbinical Advisory oil Bureau of Jewish Education, National Conference of Christians and Jew.-. Hard of Hearing Asso iation, Multiple Sclerosis, National Hoard ot Rabbinical Semin aries, M e n t a I Health Society, Heart Association and numerous others. He has lectured at the University "i Miami, was member of the facult) "i the College of Jewish btucliea ol Hi. B u r e a u, and loured the state of Pennsylvania as a lecturer for Zionist Organisation ui America Rabbi Malavsky was chaplain at the VA Hospital in Coral Cables He served as Civil Defense :haplain at the Dade County Jail in Miami and Civil Defense chaplain in Miami, helped inaugurate a liaison between the Rabbinical Association of Creator Miami and the Ministerial Alliance during his administration as president "I the Rabbinical Association. He has written for national magazines, participated in local and national conventions, religious and secular, Rabbi Malavsky has been serv ing as spiritual leader of Temple Students Take Part in Service RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY Beth Sholem in Hollywood, since September 1, 1963. and was recently awarded a new and extended contract to continue serving Beth Sholem. Since his ascending this pulpit. 75 new families have affiliated, and he was responsible tor the organization ol an annex of t h e Temple Religious School in Hollywood Hills He is presently president of the Broward Board ol Rabbis, Jewish National Fund chairman for Broward County and is on the advisory of the Broward Zionist District, vice president of B'nai B'rith Sunshine Lodge in Hollywood and was recently elected to the board of the regional Anti Defamation League. He is vice president Of the Hollywood Clergy Fellowship, serving with Rev. Robert Grefe and Msgr. William McKeever. He is a member of the revolving chaplaincy for the South Florida Mental Hospital. Rabbi and Mrs. Malavsky are the parents of three (laughters, Gladys, a junior at South Broward High School in Hollywood; Irene, an honor graduate of the Hebrew Academy and presently a sophomore at Nova High School; and Judith, an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy. Sixth grade students of Temple Beth Am Religious School who participated as choir of the month during services held at the temple last Friday include: Laura Aibel. Shira Baumgard. Cathy Birshtein. Amy Joe Brenner. Leslie Chaykin, Lisa Dulberg, Kathy Glaaser, Joan Lipinsky, Don. n;i Michelson, Lorraine Mint/. El len Neuwlrth, Michael Hillary Schenkman, Laurie Segel, Joan Steinberg, Laurie Tanner, Carol Beth Tragash, Jeffrey Alper, Nolan Altman, Mai k Baum, I) o u glas Brown. Kent Goodman. Richard Heydemann, Andrew Kaplan. Mark D. Klein. Steven Klein, Richard Leidner, Jay Levine, Bruce Levinson, Steven Naar, Jeffrej Segal Ted Witus. Also Ann Asher, Pauletter Fried, Lisa Gibbs, Wendy Green, Janice Greenfield, Lisa Hopkins, Terry Barker. Stacey Jaltee, Shirley Wave. Vicky LaGuette, Ann Laurie Pallet, Linda Robinson, Faythi Rubin, Laurie Shamis. Carol SilverbJatt. David Auerbach, Neil Cannier, Glenn Dobkin, Mark Flaum. Ira Fox. Richard Green. Brute Gusman, Michael Jordan, Neil Katims. Gerald Klein, Charles Steinberg. Clifford Tall. Mitchell Weinman. Barry Weinstem. Steven Wise. Jay Woolistead and Alan WySl cki. Participating in the Hebrew portion of the service were James Benjamin. Steven Cherkas, Beth Efronson, Jay Eingold. Richard Fink. Jeffrey Furman. Rand] Furshman, Larry Gardner. Neil Jacobstein, Gail Keller. Pamela Kessler, Ronald Klein, Robert Lipman. Larry Mack, Hunter Miller. David Rayne. Jed Rosen, Lori Rosen. Carrie Rubin, James Rubin. Lome Salem. Steven Seltzer. Charles Silliernian, Mathew Snow. Karol Solomon. Randy Stubins, Lisa Tumarkin. Steven Weinstock, Keith Bader. And Dennis Rutkin. Jeffrey Silver. Jay Levine. Wayne Sherman, Mark Flaum. Mitchel Weinman, David Auerbach. Mark Probinsgy, Randy Rinz. Andrew Kaplan Ted Witus. Fred Halpert. Nolan Altman, lerry Simon. Jay Potluck, Jody Corenblum, Mike Garvetl Ro Blum. Michael Bader. Aaron S and Neil Camner. H y ochneiderman (left) and I. J. Carmin Karpman are cois of 'he new edition of "Who's Who in World Jewry." Intains the biographies of 11.000 Jews throughout the y. including sketches of some 8,000 Americans and 1,600 ^ X M OAOI iOUHVAH* MIAMI 1IACH. FLORIDA JfPPIRION l-0Bt4 HARRIS • ILAMIR* PUNINAL OlMVOTOn A i ..-. American For CJAppeal %  American Land Corporation, %  established the first corporTOloyee payroll deduction >'i 'in behalf of Combined lAppeal lasl year, will launch | drive with a series of meetcompany headquarters, it announced by Nat Pollack. Ian ot the drive. fcrd Rosen, chairman of the "f Gull American, and a £lN TIMES OF SORROW 31 OWBftS txpress what word* cannotl WE 5F.ND SYMPATHY rLOWBRS ANYWHSRB .iXDtitfifttuW MJ 516 532-3361


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Lay, March 12, 1965 *j€nisti Meridian Page 5-C %  Doral Invitational Features Stars : IliOl exercises of the Bureau of Jewish show (left Ic right) Harold Thuiman, ceremonies; Louis Schwartzman, ex.rector; Joseph Cohen, president ol the Bureau; Rabbi Jonah Caplan. representing the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association; and Arthur S. Rosichan, representing the Greater Miami Jewkh Federation. PGA Champion Bobby Nichols has added new lustre to the growing list ol goll greats scheduled to tee >>if this week in the fourth annual Doral Invitational al the Doral Countrj Club Hotel in Miami. In addition, Sam Snead, fresh from hi secoi d consecutive victory PGA Seniors, al s o signed for ; return go al the $12,000 to] Nil hols and S ne u in Jack Nicklau j I Lgljnai it already n I in the tourn iment M o hi i' n i a i y ac< eptances are awaited from Gary Player and Billy Ca iper, two oul ol three time Doral winner. Also entered in a star-studded field aie Bert Yancey, Douj; San ders, Phil Rodgers, Gary Bauer, Tommy Aaron. Rex Baxter, George Archer. Rutch Bainl. Ron Punseth, Hob Goalby. Lionel and .lav llebert, Bob Rosburg, Dick Sikes, Sikes, l-'rank Bean!. .lack Rule Tom Nieporte. Ac ar.d founder ol the Peace Corps. I old a national conference on •Judaism in pursuit of economic |ustice" this week that Jews have performed an outstanding role in both the war on poverty in the United states and the Peace Corps abroad He commended the conference, conducted by the Religious Ac iions Center of the-Union ol Amer lean Hebrew Congregations, He cited the words of Maimonides pertaining to the highest degree of charity — the sth degree — the anticipation of poverty by creat ing jobs am! opportunity. Mr. Shriver said Jews are now active as Peace Corps volunteers in lour Arab nations despite pre didioi s in u ashington that the i ips anti-bias policy would keep • I out ol Moslem lands. In Soma a, he said, he met an orthodox Jewish l'i a c c Corpsman who voi > a yarmalka among ihe Arabs He said the man and his wile: %  ';.• i ••''! a house with Egyptians and lui a valuable job for the Peace Corp< while openly practicing liis ludaism. In another Arab country, said Mr. Shriver, two Jewish volunteers were among the most effective workers, although the corps generally had experienced roubie u ith the Arabs on other HPS I For Res. Phone 532-5594 Teddy King's Oreh. Our SpccisUy: Banquets C. Any Soil Ot function DINNER-ONE SHOW NITELY AT 9:00 I 211 22nd STREET ofl 22nd 4 Collinj AveW fOf) RES Ph. 532 5594 Welcome Wagon International, with or 5 000 hostesses, has more "an thirty y M rs experience in ostenng good will in business and community hfe. F 0r more information about Phone CE 8-1788 %  JWjHIt NtWCOMWS! Ni_ Mdrui e> zzz~ mi *" Flor '^'on. "" out coupon and mail to W %  0. Bo, 2973. Miami, Fla.



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rag* 8-A Jeiftrkr*#3r Friday. March 12, lj Erhard Offers Diplomatic Recognition .. I. _.;.< :• .v.. n>ntthat it rete Continued from Pag* 1-A 1ji-j-Ciorman pact and will re.-. BM Germaay's arm* deli varies • which I\ svaaaaarj f Chancellor Eri rd statement. a> issued, fo.I The Federal Republic ha* :nv<>!.-. the Middle Ea.-t >tua ti.ir. thoroughly in several conferences dedicated to this subject. The htadof ali parties represented in '•-•.._ ere informed. The fail r. and France rt' consulted because :' their parti<... respc nsihilit: I % %  • • % %  a r d The Fe states gh the Ulbricht invita: V • •. and hiit cr.:. >n. which is the political Fed -i Republic have been put A. 8. WIENER Professionals Work for CJA A • %  I %  %  %  %  %  \i>it. all Arab stales must knuu that President Nasser > policy is biund to disturb or even to deI the long proven and tradifriendly policy existing be tweea Germany ar.d the Arab world as i whole The Federal Government deplored this development Nasser, which opens an il "ee path to Caaununisi Arab tone "The Gorman pceple on both side* of the demarcation lir expect* mot it* vital interests should be safeguarded, and Ulbrieht is the representative of a Communist minority which is able to keep millions of Germans behind walls and barbed wire, only dve to the ir*ervention of a foreign power. This fact is not unknown to Egypt, yet she has accepted this injustice in the face of all peoples who have arrived at their independence due &f o the right of seK-determination. peoFedsthes I :.: %  < SUDD I do not S eonrVf" .: n d Ger%  rided at by i:. ten >• the s -rant %  %  bligations will be reconsid., ;c ,i in accordance with iDternatioaal law. "2) That part of the German pecple living in the Soviet Zone has been deprived of the **tf-evident right to jelf-determination. The justification of this rule by force will be considered by the Federal Government of Germany an unfriendly act and countered n each case by appropriate meas ures. •3P The Federal Republic of Ger i • %  Thicondi%  -.;-.Arab count : %  non to inns I -nd by I • :or the rest -'• h al G %  %  it policy • I r •--.:; % %  in this context that it rejects endeavors to influence its policy in this area particularly areeards its relations with Israel, be it the •contact partner who tries to do so or %  hoever he may be "51 Together with its allies, who have repeatedly asked Germ a n y to be responsible for peace and quiet in the Middle East, the Federal Republic will endeavor through its presence to dimir : sh tension*." The I 'eminent and West %  • %  I -• ial circles, meanstarted a % %  roui campaign le German teehnie:..I 5 in the Egyptian air. ndustry In let matter circulated : '. it Ger%  ans • rking ii Eg I the tech%  e beer, warned a.ainst ith your life The cambeen • iggen I by the : -• 11 ral •• • -' l merman %  Temple Ner Tamid to Honor Noted Actor At Seventh Annual Banquet Sunday Eve '• .".onor I ith the Ten %  banqu %  • D %  r> %  • and • 0 Mur: Thorras is especially identified with St. Jude Hospital Memphis. THOMAS Tenn., the fulfillment of a vow he made many years ago. which provides free care to underprivileged children who suffer from catastrophic diseases particularly blood maladies like leukemia. "Temple Ner Tami this th -.ial award in the ty of I I n re I as Mar. of the Year:*' and T .•• '. Th--ha\ e about a dollar off the price of e\ er\ tilth. (Good Canadian whisky %  rill never he cheap. But at least iwcVe found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it Ju-r the important new Canadian. In the handsome square bottle. Without those extra words. Canadian Lord CaKert cssuatw-*-_. %  — a i awa ass uu causaohriuit:co.si c fc ^^-^ nl~ ZT ;r f^£-^ —^> II wooden Driupe that Mads Iront here to nowhere ; S*s"Hd :: %  -.:• r:-i-:: ~ %  '* .• -,r orl s-: i::ss I ^ itSassfl:'$-• : M -i:i* p e-ttni mat uui • |Sm*1' nwck ytwr^er men. C: •"• 'ustwid>n|a hridfeie "sw"* Itiin he aastite-: <*** %  Ul*fl t t tOM'OtS BtH eoni* •"" cone m tke hsnfl-eils ** ** Mai i* hn3'etb e* lhw"* sure M *aai" actsss t* *• %  •asflt <*i bttit "BJBIHI* • &f csiw te^exHe'e o'** •• %  *Ma. Bescf •<)• M I"* 1 '* g,r K Mat HtWstH' %  %  % %  Mercantile National Bank tfMiami B***



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Friday, March 12, 1965 ••Jeff 1st ffrr/dTirtr Paqe 5-B id. N • § 3 W'*$ **"fj "' (ookin Cor G. ner I ,, ,|,n. %  Purim has been des i .,,. i ... a legorj of the in etibilit] ; the Jewish peo I .,. %  %  > %  ,,i Israel everyInhere, and • I r us its cetebral,on has ll esl significance. Ilii'i Purim %  %  % %  festival fre ol V,i_h solemi holiday on which IJ to full, free fun. j usl ho H'I ress our mood of end on where we |n,. Here, •' of the delightful mitj toms is the Quern father Ball, frequently a masquefade at which Hainan* and Morde tais cheerl il participate toether. After the ball is over we can I botl e fun and thr puriBi celebrai n with a break* l.i-i it which • feature traditioni rim foodThis i.a perfect i the large Hainan | th yeast, and natM|IJ fnr 50 -,> an occasion we Hiili want extra-rich and extra | aki i as the flaky ones hicl an >• d today. mantaschen could •the crow n rta glory of your b past, no P rim would be com k ithout N ':it in some form. Icrc tie ba\ •uggested a tradi|m:;i! recipe in which the Nahil ft ked with honey and cinnamon, the spice so beloved in orintal cookery I: you prefer, the [anil rnaj be prepared with powered ginger to taste instead of the p> cinnamon Nahit is the name l< jive to the dried legumes which f'i prepare hone) spiced Nahit I" a meat meal by using parvr |,II -.irine. [Since appetites have brrn stimlatwl by an evening of fun and fining, the after-the-ball break >1 -hould be a hearty meal, com pte with bagi Is, cream cheese. I" 1 lux sci mbled eggs, and ptes oi smoked fish Menu for an After-the-Ball Purim Breakfast lulce ,: %  %  %  %  leese and Lox E s oked Fish Assorted l: .i., m Butter Pot Roast? Honey Spiced Nahit FTamantaschen Coffee Honey Spiced Nahit (Traditional Recipe) 1 1 II). 4-o/. can chick peas (garbanzos or coci) 1 tablespoon butter 1 3 cup honey 1 4 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoon around cinnamon Drain the chick peas thoroughly —the liquid may be used in soup. In an 8 inch skillet bring the butter, honey, salt, and cinnamon to a boil, then simmer for 5 minutes. Add the chick peas, bring to a boil once more, then simmer for 10 minutes. From time to time Stir gently. These may be served hot as a side dish or cold as a tidbit. The recipe makes about l'j cups. For a meat meal substitute pane margarine tor the butter V f Ha mantaschen I cake yeast 1 4 cup lukewarm milk 2 cups silted all-purpose flour 1 4 pound butler or margarine 2 tablespoon* sugar 1 2 cup dairy sour cream 2 eggs, well-beaten. 1 4 teaspoon salt Prone, Poppy Seed, or Honey Walnut Filling 2 teaspoons honey Dissolve the yeast in the milk. Sift the Hour into a bowl. With ,i pastry blender or two knives cut the butter or margarine into the flour until the particles are the size of split peas Add the yeast mixture, sugar, sour cream, eggs. and salt. Mix thoroughly to make J smooth dough, if necessary, add a little more tlour. as the dough should be just stiff enough to handle. Cover the bowl, and chill in the refrigerator overnight Next day. roll out 1/4 inch thick on a lightly tloured board. Fold into thirds and roll out again Fold and roll twice more. The last time the dough is rolled form it into a rectangle one fourth longer than il is wide. Cut into 12 equal squares Place a spoonful of fill ing near the center of each, and loid over to form a triangle Pr< ss the edges firmly together, then luck them neatly under the dough, -tin keeping the shape ol a triangle. Place 2 inches apart on a greased cookie sheet, and lei rise at 85 degrees F. until double in hulk. Brush with the honey Hake at 350 degrees F. about 20 minutes, until a rich, deep brown. If desired, some of the cakes may be filled with one type of filling, and the rest with the others. Poppy Seed (Mohn) Filling 1 2 cup finely ground poppy seeds 1 2 cup milk 1 tablespoon butter or margarine 1 4 cup seedless raisins l 4 cup chopped walnut meats Or almonds 1 2 tablespoon chopped citron I tablespoon light corn syrup 1 2 teaspoon vanilla extract Place all ingredients except the vanilla extract in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil, then stir over medium low heat until the milk is absorbed and the mixture becomes thick Cool and stir in (he vanilla. This amount will fill 12 Hamantaschen Prune Filling 3 4 cup prepared prunes 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon lemon juice Grated rind of 1 2 lemon To prepare the prunes, cook them until tender, then drain thoroughly. Remove the pits and cut the prunes into small pieces. Add the remaining ingredients. This amount will fill 12 Hamantaschen. A commerical I.ekvar may also be used in place of this filling. • Honey-Walnut Filling 3 4 cup honey 1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts 1 3 cup fine, dry bread crumbs 1 2 teaspoon grated orange rind Place the honey, walnuts, and bread crumbs in a saucepan. Stir constantly over low heat until the mixture becomes thick. Scrape the bottom as you stir to prevent sticking. Remove from the heat, and stir in the grated orange rind. Cool before using. This amount will fill 12 Hamantaschen. Mrs. Max Cogen (left), president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service, and Mrs. Eugene Katz (right), ticket chairman, discuss the committee's "Holiday in Spain" cocktail party and art show. 'Holiday in Spain* Plans Completed wiring goes with ^ good meal like Tetley Tea! hom e d sinc"; a ,& 7 ? riteinJew i^ BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT to ftd a & h me D ans Kosher Certified Paf,e Rabbi Jacob Cohen Purim Dinner At Beth Sholom Wednesday Eve A congregation Purim dinner will follow services conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Evening will include games and dancing under the direction of dancing teacher Sid Schneider The committee, chaired by Mrs Isaac Fleischman, includes Mrs Martin Steiner. Mrs Leon linger and Mrs. Michael Brumer. Confirmation class ol 5725 will decorate and supervise the activities Bl the various booths, and the members <>f Beth sholom Senior remple Youth will help serve the Purim dinner Program is coordinated by Miss Nettie Goldstein director, Beth Sholom Ri School. Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service has announced completion of its plans for a '"Holiday in Spain" cocktail part) and art show in the Neptune lioom of Surfside Community Center on Apr. 10. According to Mrs Max Cogen. ores'denl o' the committee, an oil pa'nting has been donated to the committee by El Al Airlines through Miss Yurika Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center. The painting will De one of the prizes awarded at the Apr. 10 party, explained Mrs. Eugene Katz. ticket chairman. First prize will be a trip to Madrid. Spain, for two. Proceeds will be used for the operation of the JFCS Children's Home. Jewish Family and Children's Service is a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and United Fund of Dade County. Thrift House Moves Thrift House, run by the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation, has moved to a new and larger location at 364 NE 167th St. N. Miami Beach. 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PERSECUTION DOESN'T HURT [Jewish Floridian Haman Was More Than Wicked: He Was Quite Stupid ) [^Florida. Friaay. March 12, 1965 Section C **mt %  %  %  %  • i i i c i brated with des an: Ph -to shows a iloct .ui Shushan." VAR'ATHW.S ( i POPUIAR HOLIDAY joy reigns in the C. / oi niversal Lesson of Purim f as International Flavor By SAUL CARSON h will he mark• a id Thursthe reading of • : i. to the blieed" to lint hi nan no %  m band • %  %  %  ," V.tr %  esec ntocol. Hero. v ith great la-i all • I lie [rerl 'tdka and ovilz and False Charges • f ui ib %  ason, II HI Pur m ir i ho!iii ternational There is a %  a \l roc< n I-I i.t. There Purim we know 12th mouth nclar. eorresall) to February or ui us ol an older o about Shull """"hen the Jews of capital, Susa, still '• nefen I tin nitc I I Ives mi and had ses against levhis •• .>i.-. a I ; ,a "'te aggressors. Bui ^minders of other fasti''"I Purim !" t: That's the name ol a ""''rated b) Persian .''' '-''van 2. 4t seemed %  ';""• %  Abu al-Hasam, had '' ,, ,l lo Islam • rharg mity He had ha : IV.MI eonv'eteil Jsrabbmical court ol :'" i eat Finally. ft a confession, ad I were „''""" %  Shiraz celebrates •*nt deliverance. Wthat'ih gr eed! p 8ha h; "' L„ „.''" lhe Jew deUver an '" mono with,,, three day.or face slavery or death by tire. The Jews simply could not raise the sum and were reconciled to their fate. But just before the expiration ol Ihe deadline, a Jewish watchman al the town gate found the entire --inn in a window. The (a h was turned over i" the pasha, and the commun'ty was saved What had hi | pened? The pasha himself confessed later that he had placed the money at the gale, lie had been visited in a dream by HiHebrew patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and .latch who wai nod him "i dire \ en sea nee il he did nol rci okc his decn % %  Al Nirbonne, Pui im is Cel brated as the da) (Adar 21) v hen the J w w re saved fro-n an att lek bj the Chrisi a is \\ ossa, Shebal 17 and 18 c I • %  the lifting ol another threat Here, m.o her J i re i i le hi I told the k>ng thai. the .' vs ca rie I the Holy s rolls in %  > pai ade honoring the eh II :"• i %  • m o \ • d the i archmenls. Evidently, thai was i -I • pi ol ablj "' c.i • the .lews did not want to des -crate the parchments b< taking them oul ol the house ol wi rship The king set a trap — he wo 'I I have his nun examine the scrolls carried in the next Jewish para le. That was done The Jews trembled. But, behold, the parch meets really were inside the ca.vings. How did that happen" The prophet Elijah himsell had put the parchments there. Purim of Ec'om ian inquisitory powers. Portugal, is celebrated in Morocco Hi re. a Pprtuguesc expedition which, il successful, would have endangered il •• lives of the J was defeated in 1578. CIc'Fashionad Purim There are Purim eclchrati ns commemorating similar Jewish from potential h ilo eausts in Frankfurt, Germany, and in Buda. where the Je helped Tie Turks defeat Christians in i()84. 'I': % % %  ia Purim in Florence. Italy, celebrating the delivei ancc ol Ihe Jo s iron mob attack — a bishop helped that tine. Ann there is a Purim named alter a pirate a dead o c l Ii %  lellow, r.amed Borghel, ti.i ., o annlhilal tit Oi !': poll, ba< k ii. I %  : ul I ,i !., to a bad end. I here are even "fa nib Pur;. i ,, le alii is IUIIIK d aftei' |, oinuicnt Judeo G rman s mi si oldcan on a But the I i — because familial' ol Purims is the ioned one. Here, one drink to the fact that e,e< k when there is nothing more il I,, oi) one can write aboul Purim L'chayim. By DAVID SCHWARTZ We say how wicked Hainan "as. but really he was worse — he was stupid. He had become Prime Minister. So why should a Prime Minister make a whole Mcglllah ol it because one poor Jew, Mordecai, refused to bow %  ore him? why seek to destroy a whole people on that account' is that the act of a smart p< r-on'.' The Talmud says that before becoming Prime Minister. Hi man had been a barber. It may be that in his barber days, Mordecai patronized the shop across the street lor his haircut and 11a man couldn't forget it Anti-Semitism is a bad lWn, ol course, but sometimes a little persecution doesn't hurt lake the Chinese Years ago. it was hard for a Chinese to gel a job. So what did the Chinese in America do? The) opened laundries and (leaned up. All Those Poppy Seeds ,: •:!< how much we Jews owe to Haman, We could not have this delightful holiday of Purim without him We wouldn't have the appetizing Hamentashen. in e.uli Hamentash, I have read. there are 6.500 or maybe it was 16.500 popp) seeds, I don't remember exactly which Think ol that — in a single Hamentash. I here is all of this delight, and I estimate thai when 1 was a child. 1 must have put away at least a dozen On the one day of Purim, so that alone I must have consumed between a hundred thousand and half million poppy se ids as the cro flies. And besides the Hamentash. there is the "shalach mones," the practice of sending gifts oi fruits and dainties to one another on Purim. My lather told mo that the onl) time he ate an orange was on Purim, when the Family got a whole orange for "shalach mones And consider all the joy that Purim brings to children. They are even given special noise :akers and encouraged lo make noise. And the children knock on every door and sing: Today is Purim, tomorrow il will be xone Give me a p< nny and I will leave > ou alone Needing Change The only ones w ho lose out on Purim are the prohibitionists Their fate is indeed sad, for the 'Talmud tells us that on Purim. n is deemed a Mitzvah, a virtuous act. to drink and not onl) to drink, but to gel drunk. One should drink, the rabbis tell us. until one cannot distinguish between the sentence Cursed be Hainan" and the sentence "Hies sed by Mordecai it requires A form for baking Hame itashen. Poland. 19th century. .. good deal ol drinking to i e ich tl at point. A Jewish proverb has it that on Purim. no cue isober except the town drunkard. When everyone is drinking, he of course .. no joy out of it. so he lays of I ol it. which show, that Purim i a ood thing for him too He n the change. On Purim. there ar i the Pill %  111 spiels. There are the masquerades. It is carnh al time in Jewry Its slogan is, Let jo) be unbounded." And to think, we owe il all to one little*anti-Semite, one stupid fellow who should have stuck to barbering. Purim Minstrels At Emanu-El Junior Players oi Temple EmanuEl will present a musical entitled "The Punm Minstrels" al Temple Emanu-El's annual Purim assembly on Sunday. 10 a.m.. in the Main Sanctuary. Youngsters of t h e Religious School will join the traditional costume parade All participants will receive prizes, with special awards for besl costumes. The Purim Minstrels was written and directed by Trixie l.cvm, with urni al accompaniment by Millie Dratzar. Nursery Department, at :7th St., wiil hold its Purim part) during classes on Wednesda) al 9:30 a.m. Nursery-Kindergarten Departmcnl of t li e Solomon Schechter D a ; School will mark the da) ith oul i r games and activities folio ed by a Purim Seudah lunch Oratory Contest Sided for Boys Coral Gables Optimist Ciun will sponsor its annual oratorical coni. -i for boys under 16 on Apr, l at Ihe lirlinei Motel, 1155 \\\ 24 St, Winner of the contest will ad\anec to Ihe zone w LeJeune Rd., Coral Cables. We go on and on and on. Purim of Cairo marks the when an Egyptian army ofl charged with carrying oul MINI Tinday cer, a massacre i t Jews, had been Inated The Purim ol E lorn commemoi ates th • sinking ol a Spanish im asi n fleet which was to attack Algiers, with its lare Jewish population, in 1541 What happened there? The fleel was sunk, due to a storm thai look place in resnons • to pr.ivc %  hv Solomon hen Simeon Duran. A .similar defeat for one of the Iber w. 9 Jm 1aW ""*"' J "* % ,. %  *r-^ %  -ti''V V'''M r i *' i•'*•-* %  *) "*&r ••• f '. r • —* ~m •£#*** — !" t*t*m*-wrym' •*-., %  T**** i"^**' I" %  *•***" f**T% -' •f-t tia aw %  • %  *•! %  (• >--^-PI*i7 ***• •***** *"**••**+ w*>rf ac;s- %  *"it,iT\ v^tr\ %  •H' %  —**n-w %  'PUT* -t i w f" '-i "-:; ^* art -. -. %  '-m >- •-.-—. ~--lj-fcj--*-..-v -c--*-. f^P IWlWM)Haaij| •-. %  jgyN %  • i WT-9—\& -l*JvBeautiiully-illurrinated Esther Purim Megillah made of parchment. France. 17th centur



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F"1 ~ kmiUHorkMar Friday. March 12 By EDYTHE SCHtNDLER Juror Commissioner: His Roots mm %  %  •• hark of Isidore We.estetn • %  <%  %  7 ... -' ::-:-: %  ee the H a p hi i i p-iM *= c. .,-.-..,-;:. --.-• esiaataaj paper? JI •--. -" Key We some mi?w Respect for Law ':. %  • :• -: :>£.; great i f. r A : ;;'%  %  it I £--;• • get — %  Thir*y public and pr.vzte rugh schoc. •ec:.-.e:s ~z~ ~'_ :ve: the (faked Steves w~.ll mend "fes'-.vV-.ve:;.-•= Hebrew Lrr.rurce ti=:.-_:e -"-= s;—.rrier ir. lsr~e! ::r. ducted :r. :> Operation •*-_•--e ".'5. Office cf Ecuccricr. _r.de: BM Na t io n al De:er.se Ed-:".:A:: The Hebrew Langaaga bMBtala diked by Pfeaf David Mksky upper, to* associcte -:::'es-s;: c: Hebrew and I^;l_sr. _s ze-s.rr.eto place particular 5_e;; c Be r.ev.-.y-e — =:r;r/r ::r—.= ::.: pcrtterui :: %  p ok e a Hebrew New ~s"_-.^z= :: *^c?r'.r.~ Herrew deve.coe-d .:. Isr~e! ram. (HOOtf WUHSTV* ft* kistmrk fiew %  :•--%  I art? %  r:-%**JeraUoc as TV Nket Be'< err shwaM t* a*o>aia!ec with the prospective juror This %  i pn:tKi. ispa**: • S eissaeta uaru-l : Miaou a*. ptevatei ii=-. with spe.-: far the jac ..-: w wuaOf the kf hours aac tee at teau: pp ec to teas chore. Wem>ay Evar* ean • sake a cootnbataan to tee system uader wnaeh we Bw. a plain ordinary citizen but abiding by ihe law %  aot coo-gn M do wethia more Aac •kni mac it asked to be a juror eves if it s lacoavaaaeet. ce tuae to u A Poi/te Tottfe AD:pert tais has appearing a*. aaiuraipresect tae Emonu-EI Jr. Youth Social Saturday Evening %  ': : : • %  %  North Brei %  run : Trrue Le% il % %  glad i eme there iitaorWeiacteir. saac Isaoorv Wein-teir. "*abom in VOTI *ner hiltaer operaxe^ '*' H % %  %  othe' enroUer hir ill a I ohe sehoo; aiter jir^t instructiBf tae lo ber There the Mopped, freckled %  : Jewish bo;%  < %  the pet o< the %  aheel I came oit from that school ooe pohte btile bo> leyi Wein stem ioda> and lvwender ful Ktaoneof zentic women good, good people Ther. *ber. the family moved North to Miami Weinstein at xeoded a combuiatior. grade and high school on the spot where loday the mair. pos' office buildiMt stands The Jeish eommunay wa? small and ail knev one another .\fter eraduation Sfce:.' Mae went into the men e*r buBoes> with Ma father Hi'lie he aier through the fores;, a young fnead who kne* a nice Jewish arl fresh froir. Nas*-.i:.e Thiyouag lad> no* MrWein Temple Zamora Has Purim Week T~:> Zaaeari -keek of I • %  :.. .ir :• i S^terhocd rr.ai-^ •%  ade t-i.'. featai -me con.. and refi i: I %  : iis'ert ste.r ... | -;.-UT feda MrVehMi win %  • the Brsl reel but ted lated %  Appeal to Benefit From Carnival famineMl iw eaegregai -el WPei : %  the Raor. s;.. i face oat wh itgiui Menofidl WOO-< lliir ^'•And I giad }-:• wa;. He want< | father t beaiaes to raise feu Miami Ren •. tbe %  w*. *• : > J oaly to leavi niuai memories U father lefKwitMy to be Spedcer Paul K~+ %  %  %  mstTw -: of Eaianu-El's B :' Ed* will be gu*Hig*i School %  ; Sunday Ser. x 10 an I precede the r -. .\ll| schoc. U f^v. ^ <" M m%s .•v. THERE IS ONLY ^ ^* s& v; •x. e; <2 ^ u ONE bntaineDieau >C'lL • MAM tC^ 1fl0 ef w* tnrei *.rr ON THE OCEAN AT *Ath STRMT MIAMI BciCH r. lochade | ..-jd rides. Ail booths hare bees baih by the students of the Academy who aaan then during the festi-.. A King and Queen will be elected, drao&ag P~Jsueros and Qoeen Esther An aaaaal even: for Hebrew Academy students carnival funds ; fa to the United Jewish Appeal *# Yc' Have that ^ foc es e wtf| Business Meeting, # your neecs -•%  '"**' Banquet, or J Alcddin, Sche k < Specia Occasion ^ Ruboiyot Rooms, be it J wedding or o P'* ,e ** forty-kmers Slate Bonquef Irving Schauxar.. president. anaooDced that the aaaaal Purim baaqoe: of the organization will be held or. Thursday j|ar 18. 6 30 pm. in Sirfcan HaJL The will feature a —m i ni program presented by Cantor Zvi Adler. Reser rations are being accepted by Sirr.;r %  hatBa it the for InlormaM"" HAZEl ALLISON C-f Hnfl D.r.6'"" JE 1-4061 t colH"* **



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Pag* 14-C Imitt fkridiair Friday, Mcrrch 12, 1%5 The Baffling Bible Contest Continued from Page 9-C the Department of Education and Culture of the Jewish Agency: To promote a greater interest in the Bible among students of Jewish schools with a view towards encouraging more extensn e reading and studying of the Bible and to strengthen the place of Bible studies in the curricula ot Jewish schools." Sampling of Flavor Thoughit- doubtful that Bible contests in the United States will ever be the national sport that they are in Israel, there is growing acceptance and popularity for this type of contest Some day, its sponsors hope, it will develop from %  Jewish contest to an inter-faith competition The success of a national spelling bee conducted by newspapers throughout the country, is an example that might be emulated. To one who hasn't had the pleasure of attending a Bible contest, a sampling ol its flavor can best be appreciated by an examination ot luestiens and answers at this year's competition. You can also check your own Bible knowledge bj seeing how you score on live typical questions and answers, chosen at randon. 1. Q. In answer to the question. "Who shall ascend into the mountain of the Lord, and who shall stand in His holy place'" the Psalmist mentions four qualities that a person mu>t have. What are they? A He that hath -clean hands, and a pure heart, who bath not taken My name in vain, and hath not sworn deceitfully, (Psalms 24:4.i 2. Q. We read in the Bible: "And Saul eyed David from that day forward." From which day? A The day the women sang "Saul hath slain his thousands, and David his ten thousands." Samuel I 18 9 3. Q. About whom does the prophet say that they shall renew their strength: they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary they shall walk and not faint? A. They that wait for the Lord. (Isaiah 40:31.1 4 Q, We read in the Bible of a covenant union was scaled by sprinkling blood, a. Who sprinkled the blood.' A. Moses, b. Where was the coy*. nant made. A. At the foot of Mt. Sinai i Exodus 24:8.) 5. Q Identify the following nations or cities mentioned by the prophet Amos: a. They threshed Gilead with sledges of iron." A. Damascus (Amos 1:3.) b. "He did pursue his brother with the sword." A. Edom (Amos 1:11.) c. "He burned the bones of the kind ol Edom into lime" A. Moab (Amw 2:1.) d. "They sell the righteous for silver. A. Is. racl (Amos 2:6.) Knowing Mere Bible Maybe I'm wrong, but I doubt that you scored very high on these questions. But I'm sure you'll agree that I'm not wrong in believing that you should know more about the Bible, and that such Bible competitions as that of the Jewish A will help raise our Jewish literacy -• Louis ocelloi of the Jewish Thee ry :: Am ffixes a r.ezuzuh at the dedication %  acquired in mid-M S Among these watching • Gee:.:-rn left Mrs. ] and past r. %  I W K AT -FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K AT -FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concprtsl WK AT -FM Reform Jews Worried About Education Bill LEGAL NOTICE •GTON f JTA from meern : the ocept, this Ira nistraI at the coiince on ; ertj the I'nion fiebri ngi • ... enlevrisb. su| • hind I i a pro. 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Page 8-B *Jelslincrkt**r Friday. March 12 Camps are Now Registering For Coming Summer Season Pine Forest cated in the beautiful mountain The selective wmptog institution, area of Horseshoe. N.C. which limits enrollment... 100 boys Forest Camp aims to offer offering a well rounded program and loo girls between .-> and it. u oj I and girls from 5 to 16 a health {cr boys an .; {iris from 6 through under the direction oi Martin Lefa] experieace in gnup Ihring. Lo\. the camp season starts June L'T vine, executive director. cated in Greelejr. Pike County. Pa., Bn d extends to Aug. 20. Winter address is PO Box 4450 Further information is available Normandy Branch. Miami Beach, t 111 33585. Fla. Phones are 866-3045 and 8661721. the camp site combines the beauty of the Pocono Mountains with -'. : ...i. quiet camping trails. Edwin K. "Hignie" Black, experienced recreational director and physical educator, started Pine For < -• Camp in 193! and continues 11 supervise and maintain the camp's standards through his son. Marvin Black, and his son-in-law. Ted Halpern. u.xp program covers complete and varied summer activities plus masquerades, tournaments, overnight camping, weight training and body building, all supervised by competent staff personnel. Further information is available Hili International Camp Gan Israel at Pine Forest Camp. Elkins Park. Nislick executive director. Pa.. 19117. or by calling CA 4-2100. camp is staffed bv pro fessi. Camp Osceola Owner-operated Camp Osceola. Enrin B. Marshall, principal, is loCivic Leaders On Committee A group of civic leaders have been named to head a steering committee for the testimonial banquet honoring Judge Ben .1 Sheppard en Mar. 28 Dinner chairman. Metro Mayor Chuch Hall, has announced that the following have accepted the ':011s with the committee: Kobt Jr., William Burke. Bin Bagas. Clyde C Atkins. T. A. Buchanan. Andrew Capelletti. Walter Headley George I. HoiSidney Meyer. Robert S Art Brim.-. George Coury. Richard F Wolfson. Moke T Marl, Let Ruwitch. Sam Silver. Dr. Weslej S Nock, and Milton A Friedman. The banquet is being sponsored by friends of Variety Children's Hospital in recognitii n of Judge Sheppard's many years of service to the hospital and to the Greater Miami communitv. Located in Livings) n Manor well over 100 campers are exNY.. Hili International Camp for petted to participate on Sunday boys and erls 5 to 16 is now open „ hen Camp Gan Israel holds its for enrollment in i:s eight-week annual camp reunion a: Waldman* season, with limited four-week sesHotel. Miami Beach, sions available. Program will include cartoon-. Equipped for every kind of land tamp movies and refreshments. and aquatie sport, the tamp feaCamp Can Israel invites all intures a nine-hole PGA golf course, terested parties to be guests at sailing, water-skiing, and motor the gathering, and get acquainted boating. with the camp program. Owned by the Hebrew Institute of Further information is availahle Long Island, with Rabbi Jacob !. from Rabbi Stanley Weiss at JE the 1-7919. camp is stalled by professionals, has a religious and educational program and a strict Kashruth schedule. For information write Hili International Camp. 1742 Seagirt CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A DiFFrRcVCf HENOERSONVILIE, NC OUR 12th SEASON BOYS A GIRLS 3rd .10th GRABS; IN THI MCTI/MKMK BLUt ffDGE VCUNTm $465 8 WEEKS $245 4 WEEKS • All THE USUAL CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete S* m-i ng | nstnjt tion & Conoeing Dromotics Nature Study Com t Outs fw • A UNIQUE PROGRAM BRINGING THI SPIRIT Of ISRAEL TO Out CAMPERS Israeli Folk Dancing and Singing Discuss. en Groups. Special Projects. • SPECIAL AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and G %  Scoyri Will Participate for Entire Season. • STRICT KASHRUTH OBSERVED. • TRIPS to the Many Outstanding Scenic Attractions | the 3lt Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Call FRANK FARBENBLOOM, Director, 945-9665 Mijor DON PRICHASON, UN 64)673 or 759-4369 or Write 50 WIT eholl Strett, Atlanta. Go. MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION Sponsored By Nodossah and Zionist Organization of Americe A/IArW *i i *'*N''''Vvv**-'*' > **** l> -'^^ representative is Ben Zion Gins Regions of Hadassah together with burg. JE 8-8600 the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America. As in the past 11 years. Camp Sky Lake Camp Judea will offer campers the opportunity to live a creative Jewish Sky -Lake Camps, encompassing lifo. as well as a chance to develop ever 1.000 acres of trail-laden fortalents in many areas of campim.. cst. lakes and mountains high In Thosi include swimming, archery, the Blue Ridge Mountains just landsports. arts and crafts, drabelow the North Carolina border, matics and field trips The staff of mature counselors, rallege men and women, educators and group workers are chosen bt cause ot skills in camping, education and group work. In addition, the majority of the staff are gradu. • %  year round Young j'.i daea program Man) have >pen* a summer or > < ar in Israel. For more information writ*" Frank Farbenbloom. 50 Whitehall St.. S\V Atlanta. Ga or call 9459665 in Miami. LaKe caters to campers from 6 to 17 With emphasis on small groups boating, skiing, arts and crafts camps FOR BOYS and GIRLS 6-17 A small select camp to better serve your child's every need • 1.000 acres of beautiful scenery • Two large sheltered lakes • Ideal summer climate, cool nights • Professionally directed TOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE SKY LAKE CAMPS P O BOX 3355 MIAMI FLORIDA TEL. DADE SM-0699 • OROWARD 9M-711T Sid Greenspan Iro Sfeinmefr horseback riding, folk-singing and other supervised activities are designed to contribute fun and learning experience to every child. Camp directors Ira Steinmetz and Sid Greenspan span over 25 years of combined experience in camping and youth work. Extensive eight week or fourweek programs feature separate camp facilities for boys and girls. with a registered nurse and a doctor on premises at all times. Information is available at Sky Lake Camps. PO Box 3355. Norland Branch. Miami. Fla.. or in Miami. Ira Steinmetz, 624-0692. and n Broward. S;d Greenspan. 989-21-7 Comp Ge-Wah-Na Camp Ge-Wah-Na, located on 3 ver Lake. Libertj, \ Y is a broth. -;>:er camp. 500 feet above level of:. iher food, mat staff, and a i tmplete program t"r boys and giri> between 5 and 16. Under the exclusive direel of the Pollack family since 1932. re JWV Council To Meet Sunday A Council of Administration of the Department of Florida. Jewish War Veterans, will meet Sunday. Mar. 21. at Surfside Town Hall, according to Department Commander Air.slee R Ferdie. The Harry Cohen Post 723. of Surfside Bal Harbour, will be host Following the council meeting, a regional meeting will be convened by Regional Commander Alfred Schwartz, of Atlanta. Ga Delegates and officers will hear reports concerning the program for the adoption of the Geneva Genocide Convention, the respoi the organization's protest to the an Federal RepubJ n of av _:ird to S let anti-Semitu National Ex rnitteeSteii will pr "apr^med'Miami area rep* Ralph Gros mold r ..,. vamr m ,, h :1 Ml d rent U present rei w\ tac %  tC | tner local Ad Hoc Committee on Soviet ar.ti Serr st National Com mander Daniel NeeJ Heller will also speak Daniel Abramowitz will repcrt on the cooperation with the Dade > :• %  • %  CMBBMU ~ X>1 Pro. xjiary President Rhoda Denti address the delegateThe annual Memorial Day obser% ar.ee at Mount Nebo Cemetery "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVIUE NORTH CAROLINA (20 miles from Asheville in the Blue tidge Mountains; GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS 18 SEASON Camoer; meet at nr.im, NEW 24. Hour resort Airport IN GKIA7EK MIAMI AtlA PtlASt CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 14205 MRS. ROZ 5UTTA HI 6 1846 or HI 60817 DR 4 MRS. IRV.NG BERNSTEIN UN 6-3244 MR MARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500..-"' 1'nvate Estate with two lakes Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pro gram plu ALL usual camping activities. Six separati I rograms for different age groups. Hes dent physician. Tatarinf ...aiUble. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smokv Mountains Special I re-seaws BASKETBALL CAMP. Special Creative Aits Center fi r Pance. Drama & Art. Also 7-Dav Israeli Folk-Dance Workshop o? hied Berk Dietarv Laws Obscned CALL LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT OR Writ* to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS For NEW 50-Page CATALOGUE: Harry G and Herman M. Popkin %  .'t t n.e W,ntr AddreSt' 1100 Crescent Ave.. N.I., Atlanta. Ga. 30309 or Call Arc* Codo 404472-4723 Afotfftfa.fl lake Hoatain Lake Camp tor i>;. 'ted on private Lake Osceola -tirrour.ded by the Smokies and Blue Ridge Mono ta.ns. Hendersom i'le. N C The camp offers facilities for even kind of outdoor recreat'on. in eluding swimming pools, boats and will be presented b* Chaplain Ed boating equipment, ba w n Feibelman. and Jack Berman ms and ball courtplay will report on the department congrounds, stables and riding ler.tion Emanuel Mandel. Ining Indoor facilities include gymr.aCooperman. Jar S rn. Noah -mm. parent* cottage, dinint I. Benjamin Haberman and recreation re Lou Deutsch will aLso give reports, lodge and I 4": HOURS From Miami Airport to Camp by •lone I Car. An Outstanding Mountain Camp in the Pecono Mountains of PennsyNir PINE FOREST CAMP YUtS WITH THI SAMl fAMUY If ADt*SHIP-UNCU HUGHIt HACK G'ee;ey-Pi* Co P 34 Clini" None So Wise As The Experienced Ben Sira, Char • Separate Facilities tor Boys t Girrs, 6 to U • Sailina Caaae.nq Skiing • Emphosis ON Athletics {specially Boskftic • ExptraMNfld MaturStaff • New York Werfcra Fair Trip • Acorn Vllloc lar 4 to 6 Ye< • c*l.e f r lnf rma,ion and Brochures Contact Our Local Representatives F.rh,an Studior o\ Dancing & Drama 323 W. 47th S.., M.B., JE l^ Theda Shapiro 8391 S.W. 142nd St., Miami 238-0864 • Resident Doctor and Nurses • Sabbath Services



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Page 14-A vjeH'ist' noridHnr Friday. March 12, 1965 Beftveen You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR How American Jews Perceive Themselves as Jews H OW di .1 e i t h i countrv] P c r c e the:, .1 i' V ? II" and sale • pei sonnel. A b %¡ 11 1 76 perci nl ol thoni were American %  horn, and .">•" percent of the persons interviewed lived in the city all their lives, Thej were ;i -kcd: What must a Jew do to be con red a "good Jew?" Tillanswers given to this question throw perhaps mure light on the relation of the average American Jew to his Jewishne s than .my of previous studies ever conducted. A lot ol things are essential to being .1 tlio answ ers iven is that, to be .1 ew. one n •'load an ethic al a n d n %  life." This repl> cami percent ol those interviewed. N'ext answer was that .> 40.11 .! e u must "belies e in God. This reply v as given bj B8 percent ol those questions, but 60 percent stipul a good Jew must belong to a sj nagogue or a temple, a n d only 58 percent required his I tendance al service on Huh Holidays, while no more lhan 16 percent thought that, in orcons lered a one musl tend weekly < %  [our percent oi those pressed the 1 pinion that a Jew must accept his Jew and not try to hide it. only in percent thought that, in order to be a good Jew, .t 1essential to know the fundamentals of Judaism, while an equal percentage oi answers indicated that a "good Jew" is one who gains the respect ol !n is tian neighl 01 As to intermarriage, only 55 percent ol those polled said thai 1 Jew must marry v Ji ish faith. Forty foi said that a Rood Jew must tribute to Jewish phi ies; 58 percent declan %  Jew im.st support all humanitarian causes 1 (nl; cent regarded suppoi as an essential oblig :' : >n American Jew — the Of them were Ion, children whose both parents were foreign-born. And only is percent considered tl ance of dietary laws tial to being .1 li Capitol Spotlight: By Mil TON FRIEDMAN LBJDollar-Curtailment Program Ignored \\ ashin CTATE DEPARTMENT officials were so eager to ** shield West G from coi :< s ol German policies which angered many A that they ignored the Johnson Admini p 0 r. % %  tn 1 ur il the flow ol dollars to Europ The Bonn I enfs appei f Egypt l\v the abrupt cancelation ol arms sales to I public op nion So did Bonn's attitude on ending trials ol \'azi var criminal-. Consequently*. : % %  few Americai ssmen considered redu ol the huge sumspent in West Germany for g 0 Is .i:l machinery. In some cities, orders for Volks en and Mercedes-Benz automobiles were can hi American cars instea I Stat< Dei t was fully aw are that Pres Johnson has been urging Americans to reduce I 1: foi 1 .'ii productbecause of the pay nts deficit and gold dram Yet the Department ..'infuriated when Americanresponded to Bonn's cious behavior by doing exactly what the Pres ident wanted Diplomats '.'.ere hypersensitive because they knew America's moral responsibility to pr / Write as I Please Bv CARL ALPERT B G Minority Scores Big Victory Tel Aviv THE MOST DRAMATIC show in the country 10 r sonic time v as the tenth conventii n ol Mapai, the Israel Labor Party. This party, which polled 34.7 per cent ol the vote in the last national elections in 1961, is the largest single political party in the country, and -nice 'he creation ol the state it has been the dominant group in every coalition government The issues and the conflicts took main forms, but He 1 e • .. no question as to the %  line ups. On "'" —* of The difference between appeasement and peace now stands out as sharply as ever before, and £ Eden s warning that "the insidious appeal of appeasemeni"leads was a so d und d ed. eek0n,n8 '• h %  ^a, as *££% measure how meaningful the term "new Germ^'Aa.l.v to Israel had been evaded and p. This was done because the State 1 wished to avoid offending Egyptian Pre* -< '. Soviet arms of ultra-modern design ing into Egypt, New orders have been placi Yel the United state.has evaded any systematic committment to sell balancing arm on a continuing basis. Since the United St ites put this burden on Bonn, American diplomats have to defend the Germans ami extricati from difficulties with "emotional element111 thUnited States. This explained the unprecedented Stale Depart meiit pro-German announcement that this Goven meiil deplores "private boycotts" because thej an "a form of retaliation." The Department had nc\et so dramatically denounced Arab boycotts affectlSJ Americans. The Department was infuriated by full-page advertisements inserted in leading newspapers by the Jewish War Veterans. The ads raised an l-sue about American support for German renunciation at a time when Germany was shirking moral responsibUitiea and betraying its pledges. Ann-man diplomats were vexed with Jewish criticism because Bonn has been sponsored as the leading European power of NATO They desire to equip German forces with nuclear weapons. Instead oi commending citizens for then otism in reducing foreign spending, the State Di partment has taken .lews to ta-k for daring to buj American products instead ol German goods Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Statue of Libert v I'moitl IT IS HARD lo believe what you see in the papers sometimes \vb> should anyone wish to destroy the statue ol Liberty? How proud Pulitzer was that the poor, ordinary, plain people had made it possible. Everybody knows about the Pulitzer prizes in journalism, the Pulitzer prize lor the best American novel, the best American history, the best newspapei reporting. Pulitzer, publisher of the \~ Bl 10 make the press a power tor good. He had come from Hungary enlisted in tli army during the Civil War and went Into m wort inlather was a Jew, Inmother a Cath he himself never identified himself as %  Jew but hisea mies never let him forget it. Charles A. Dana, ol theNe York Sun, never called him Joe Pulitzer, bill "Jew P* Inzer or "Judas Pulitzer" or "the renegade Jew." The French had given the Statue of Liberty to In" 1 ca, bul {300,000 was needed to build a pedestal on which to place it. After raising Sloo.ooo. collections lagged, -' r: the project was almost forgotten. Then Pulil busy. ii,,. N ew Y ork World called on the poor people Pulitzer liked to identify himself with them to come forward and raise the money. I think it was the Jew in him speaking. The Jew knot! that a poor man likes to give. It makes him feel that Is rich. Be this as it may, Pulitzer's plea was effective. The S300.000 was raised. The statue was put on a boat. and in 1886. brought from France to the United Slates ant placed on its pedestal in the New York harbor to greet the millions of immigrants coming into the country. Today, we have advanced. We have a Jewish State and even the Vice President of the United Stales W* down to Miami to speak at the opening of the nation* 1 Israel Bond campaign for 1965. They hope to sell l< J* ion dollars worth of Israel Bonds for the Jewish pew tal to liberty. So we have advanced, but I wonder if we have a* vanced as much as we think. In Argentina, the NaJ nave become lively again, m Russia, being a Jew is most illegal.



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Friday, March 12, 1965 —Jenlstt noridfiar Page 15-A George Jessel Will Dedicate Mental Health Clinic at Convalescent Home JACK STEIN -MAN Of YEAR 1 PAGE 73-C Ceremonies were held at the Jewish Home for the Aqed recently tn jiutall 20 elec'sd Resident Council members and their officers e ages averaqe 84. Standinq are Judqe a Cypen, president of the Home and installing oiiicer. and Mrs. Sarah Cossik, president of the Residents' Council. Seated front row (left to right) are Norman Lifshi'i, treasurer: Max Mendelson, vice president; Mrs. Henrietta Grossman, secretary. Second row "'"V, %  i ore Mrt. Pauline MordeJl. Eugene Stone, Mrs. Gussie Tonioold, Mrs. Mary Rifkin. Third row c: at the synagogue plan to Send six delegates and alternates to the upcoming USY convention on Miami Beach set lor Mar. 19 to 21 at the DiLido Hotel .tamer's daughter, Mali now living in California. Groundbreaking ceremi ni< a the Jewish Com Ho new 100-bed modern facility v h will house the Cantor Clinic, be held on the site this we >k. 1 irizons tinner in the poleon Room ol the D< au\ illi tel ,11 honoi the groundbreal for the non-pro) it, communit) ported kosher convalescent nursing borne Announcemi nl ol the < i Clinic will mark the first tune I any such memorial has been d< cated to the famous couple since their death. A special cocktail party, honoring Jessel himself, will be held prior to the dinner at the home of Miami Beach busine-man, .lack Stein. Stein is scheduled to receive the Home's "M of the Year'' Award at the dinner. 'Exodus' to be Discussed Temple Sinai adult education program on "Bi okol the Bible." conducted by Rabin Daniel Lous. is being extended, Next session will be held on Monday cvenu i 30 p.m. at the Temple Auditorium. "Book oi Exodus" will be cussed. Leadership of the Miami Physicians Division is accepted by three prominent physicians who have given active and dedicated leadership to Combined Jewish Appeal in the past. Dr. Maurice Rich, chairman, announced that Dr. Sol Center and Dr. Arthur Gilbert will serve as co-chairmen of the Miami Physicians program. Shown (left to right) are Drs. Center, Gilbert and Rich planning their 1965 campaign. Sokol Agency Garners Honors The Sokol Agency of Protective Lite Insurance Company was third pn the I nited States in life volume pr the month of January, the comannounced this week. irles • %  s kol, general agent. I d in life sales for the I l*riod according to the an I d served as presI in. Protective club, the n '.,. the month of January. Meanwhile, the local agency announced that Nathan Shusterman and Alan Chassner have joined the Sokol lirm as full-time representatives. Also announced was that Ronald II. Stuff was fourth in life sales for January throughout the nation, and Leonard .1 Yesner ithe 18th leader in sales for the same period. Add a touch of color to your bedroom. Subtract: running, 1 'walking,! climbing,; I rushing, )and 'getting up at night. v (What else that costs so little saves you so many steps?) Announce Way To Help Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure A n 'J' !" n York NY. (Special) shrinks the swollen doors to the of a n,. t this is accomplished name, Dristan* Tablets. Dristan I "traordinary sJeed and Tablets can uscd with aSS V r ThU d,sc mfort of any kind •"<* %  They will drain away painabU new ub let does its remarkcausing pressure and congestion the KT 0 J inte rnally, through ot all the sinus cavities, relieve Into i stream. It deposita pain and distress. Remember, new Z y A rop ot blood Plasma the exclusive Dristan formula i„j to m h atl0n wh 'ch is carcannot be duplicated. Accept no w wa ainua area, where it substitute*. Southern Bell ...Serving You



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Page 10-B • %  .kmltttkridHnn Friday. March 12. 1935 SADIE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Sadie (Mrs. Sam) Goldman was glad when her family mover from Portland. Me where she was born, to Worcester. Mass.. so she could go ice skating in Elm Park. But she has never ice skated since then. One of four children, she was brought up in an orthodox home, where the advent of the Sabbath brought a warm, glowing feeling. Her mother would take wine and cake to the needy so that they not only had the necessities of life, but a little extra something so that they. too. could rejoice. Nowadays, whenever Sadie sits quietly in temple, the memories of her mother fill her heart with love and the feeling that she. like her mother, wants to help others. Sadie took a business course so she could be of service to her father in his Detroit store. Not knowing Polish, she was proud that in such a short time she could negotiate business in Polish. It was at a Sunday party, where she went u ith her mother, while her father used his prerogative as the head of the house to rest, that she met her future husband and his whole family Sam told the hostess that Sadie was the sweett Si girl he had ever met. but it wasn't until two years later that he told Sadie herself. The Goldmans have lived in Detroit. Chicago and Boston, and art now in Miami to stay. They never miss an opportunity to hear Dr. Abram L. Sachar speak: so it follows that when they moved to Boston, they joined a history class conducted by Dr. Sachar at Brandeis University, of which he is president. This started Sadie's participation in Brandeis University National Women's Committee. She is presently finishing her second year as president of the Miami Beach Chapter. Active in many organizations up north, on arriving in Miami, she has devoted all of her time to Brandeis. being only a dues paying-member in others. A son and a daughter, Beatrice and Bertram Goldman, of Skokie. 11.. and Dorothy and George Krakow, of North Miami, have presented the Goldmans with six grandchildren. Sam has taught Sadie the fine art of walking, and today they take long walks, during which they plan where they would like to travel. Two years ago. they went to Israel and and found it everything they dreamed it would be. In their Venetian Way apartment, they swim and play shuffle board. They're not opera-goers and only watch special programs on television, which gives them time to ; all of the periodicals and weeklies that keep them up to date on world news. They also find time to spend with .ill of their out-of-town friends, as well as with the ones they have made since coming to Miami. "My husband always has had such a wonderful disposition." confides Sadie with a glowing smile. "We just celebrated our 45th wedding anniversary, and he still is the same" Sadie's friends think that her disposition is just as wondefuL Family Dinner Follows Marriage Of the Steirns A family dinner at King Arthur's Court followed the marriage of Susan Barbara Getelman and Marshall Lee Steirn on Thursday. Mar 4. The early evening ceremony, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating, was held at Temple Menorah. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman Getelman. Of Miami Beach and New York, the bride is majoring in elementary education at the University of Miami. For the nuptials, she chose a fioor-length gown of imported Skinner satin reembroidercd with alencon lace and seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was made up of white orchids and stephanotis. Vice president and sales manager of Hillman Garment, the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steirn. 4456 Nautilus Dr Attending the couple were Linda Getelman and the groom's father. Following a honeymoon in Nassau, the couple will live at 8020 East Dr CONTINUING A WONDERFUL SALE OF BEADED SHELLS. COCKTAIL AND FORMAL GOWNS KNITS-LINENS-COSTUMES SPORTSWEAR Sizes 3 to 13 Jean Berry Franks to Live In Coral Gables Doral Country Club was the setting for the afternoon wedding uniting Irwina Gwen Roberts and Kurl Frank on Sunday. Mar. 7. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated, and the ceremony was followed by a re' ception. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts. 8 Pinta Rd.. and Mrs. Else Frank. 2442 SW 18th St. Wearing a gown of candlelight ; peau de soie trimmed with imported alencon lace and seed pearls, and carrying white orchids, the bride had Mrs. Toni Fender as I matron of honor. Elaine Sher and Emily Creque as bridesmaids. Best man was Theodore Berman. with Bil Berman and Stephen Roberts serving as ushers. Part owner of Federal Packing, the bridegroom attended schools in Germany. His bride attended the Universities of Florida and Miami and is a member of Alpha Epsilon ; Phi Sorority. On their return from a trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Isles, the couple will live in Coral Gables. Dov Chapter Party All proceeds from the Dov Chap tn, Mizrachi Women. Purim party to be held at 1 p.m.. Tuesday, in the home of Mrs. Israel Slotsky. are earmarked for children in Israel. President of the group is Mrs. Louis Tokayer. I I! VIBRANT TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE CON6RECATI0N of 225 fomiles in university city in Southeast SEEKS YOUNG, MARRIED CANTOR TEACHER with ability to teach Hebrew School, guide youth ond train choir. Solenoid opportunity for right person. Write V.T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla., 33101, stating qualifications, experience and salary desired. > 'i it. : 369 Miracle Mile 444-3667 Open Mon. & Fri nights until 9 for sophisticated Juniors <&04axd INTERNATIONAL COIFFEURS CARACAS • ROME • LONDON PARIS • AMSTERDAM 542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (41st ST.) Tel. 532 7630 Open Wed. ond Fri. till 9 p.m. ^Open Sundoy. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* County Ovn 2$ Voara 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 CONSTIPATED? FREE SAMPLE I Or at your d"uggist. 40 tablets 71c i I Over a million sold each year Bv I 1 •"•""• r "' Dorma.R,st Sleep Caps. J Miller. Koch Engagement Told Dr. and Mrs. Harold Miller 903? Dickens Ave., announce t h ,. n gagement of their daughtei BOQ. nie Lee. to Charles Mai-in Koch son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Koch, of Miami Beach. Miss Milieu, a graduate Mi. ami Beach High School, Miami Dade Junior College now ;i student at Mount Sil pital School ot Practical N and will graduate in Augusl Her fiance, also a graduate >f Miami Beach Senior High, attended :he University of Florida currently enrolled at the University of Miami School ot Industrial engineering. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha, professional music fra. ternity. The wedding is plannel io; Dec. 26, at the Diplomat COufltr) Jlub. •* w> 1 r -K.i In MRS. MARSHALL STEIRN Miss Philipson Eyes July Rites Mr. and Mrs. Irving S Phi announce the engagement ol their daughter. Judith Ten;, to Stepbei Alan Fromm. NOW teaching in Bedford Mas.. the future bride is a graduate of Coral Gables High and Boston University, where she was Winter Carnival Queen. She also receivi i the Judson Rae Butler Award named Woman Of the Yeai Son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Fromm, Brooklyn, NY. the bridegroomelect is a 1963 graduate University, where he maj business administration Hi is Yearbook manager and r< ihe Star Market Scholastic i Award. He is currently uit fus Co., of New York. A July wedding i< plan the betrothed couple. Wi 1 ii. r Kabti MRS. 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Page 12-B Jei*t> fkrMtor Friday. March 12 Israel Envoy To Canada Will Speak Sunday Israel's Ambai idor 11 Canada, Gershon Avner. will be guest speaker at a reception in his honor Sun day, • p.m.. at the new YM-YWHA, • SW 8th St. The Ambassador will speak on Israel's New Problems." Hersche! %  •nthal. president of the Greatei .Miami Y. said that chairman ol the meeting will be Paul Faske Mr and Mrs. Faske. alone with • er members and their wives. will act as hosts and hostesses. Prior to the Ambassador's reception. there "ill be a tour of the new grounds and buildings beginning at 2.30 p.m. Ambassador Avner was born in 1919, and came fo what was ther Palestine in 1930 at the age of 16. He had had a long and distinguished diplomatic career in the service of his country. Prior to his present post, to which he was appointed in 1963, he was Minister to Sweden From 1358 to 1960. he was head of tin American Division in the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was also active in 1952 as chi rge d'affaires in negotiations ]< ading to the release of Jewish immigrants to Israel from Hungary and Bulgaria, and also political counselor to the Israel Embassy in ilon. CANTOR CAUL BfNDfR W.MIE Moves Beach Studio The Miami Beach studios of radio stations W.MIE and WEDR-FM are now located on the penthouse floor of the Blackstone Retirement Ho tel. Jacob Schachter. veteran broadcaster, will use the new Blackstone studios for his daily. 11 a.m. to noon, stint over WEDR-FM. and tor his new Sunday show. "Raisins Almonds."" over W.MIE from 11:30 a.m. until noon. Cantor Bender Due at DiLido For Passover Hungarian-born Cantor Carl Bender, who has performed thn out Europe as both a religious and concert singer, will officiate at iver Seder services Friday, Apr 16. and Saturday. Apr IT. at the DiLido Hotel, it was announj DiLido President Milton Sirkin. A graduate of the Conservatory ol Music of Budapest, Cantor Hen dor also studied under the tutelage ol Ernesto Tempele. of the Vienna Conservatory of Music, as a recipient of a I'nited Nations Scholarship. When Hungary fell under Nazi control, he was conscripted for forced labor in Leningrad. Stalingrad and other cities in Russia and Poland After the war he returned to Budapest and served as cantor. He fled to Vienna when Hungary was seized by the Soviet Union in 1956. After giving several concerts throughout Austria, he arrived in America in 1958 Now an American citizen. Cantor Bender has served at Temple Beth El in Lowell. Mass.. Temple Israel, of Philadelphia, and Temple B'nai Sholom. New York. Currently. Cantor Bender lives in Miami Beach, where he is instructing in voice. Members of Belles and Buoys aboard the 63-h. ends and all-day cruises to the Keys every ketch, the Cyanus, at 'he beginning of a cruise Thursday. Open to men and women interon Biscayne Bay. The Miami Beach Sailing ested in sailing, club members may assist in Club, recently organized with Clara S. Bell as crewing and take sailing lessons from the s director, plan<: four-hour cruises for weekcaptain. LUNCHEONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS FASHION SHOWS MEETINGS RECEPTIONS Call Bob Germain* for information Plan yourSext Event at ,J/. ON THE TRAIL (S.W. 8th ST.) AT DOUGLAS ROAD Phone 444-5769 and the food is great! I DADE CAFETERIA COOD FOOD FAST SERVICE — REASONABLE PRICES < featuring "LUNCHEONS" for Business men ana" Women J Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Avenue d\ \\ MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT The CM* JMaiJSERVING AUTHENTIC CH.NESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40rh St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS We A'*o Have A Comnlele Take-Out Menu 0PIN 3 to 10 P.M. SUHDAY ? fo 9 P.M. (Closed Tuesday) 100". AIU-COKDITIONID KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BtUNS, Co-Owner J^ittlc Jjavaria GERMAN — AMERICAN CUISINE BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS 11:30 A.M.-2:30 P.M. DINNERS 4:30 P.M. -9 P.M. Reasonable Pnees-Closed Mono-,,, 685-3942 1595 N.W. 119 St. I I .*-. Louis Dublin, president of Kneseth Israel Conqreqa*'OE J sents a check for the Jewish National Fund to Max HecfctJ Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israeli. on. Not shown is Milton Kahn. treasurer. Kneseth Israeli established an annual Jewish National Fund evening, • the JNF programs in Israel are discussed with conqiego Harry Rosen, member of 'he Jewish National Fund BoaidJ also active in Kneseth Israel on behalf of JNF. Rabbi \ field recently returned from a tour through Israel wru. witnessed first-hand the work of JNF. famlttiBS retiu T 0 DINING rilaSf AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES OPM OAIU t SUN"*" U NOOK fo 10 PMHALLANDALE, FLORIDA On US I one-Half mile south of Gulfs'ream Race Track Ph. HOLLYWOOD WA 2-7223 NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this week are Grossinger s of ,t,e Catskills. Luchow's of New York, Chicago's Pump Room, and other egually popula' and noted dining spots. Each evening of the *. you may enjoy a different gourmet • featuring the foods of these restauranhave entrusted to us their priceless n less recipes. THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL ""nil ta-te menu. Serv.ee 6 'o II p.m. %  Reservations: F



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Pcge 14-B +Jeistncrid&r Friday, March 12 J^ar ^Aiitzva/t %  %  _---it PalP % %  Thwaas lam Scfciff years He %  :' Be-h : and in '.963 h1 %  I %  fool %  • • %  --.* in %  Mrs. Bertha .... on. Paul Thomas evening, .. Paul. be Bar during : '. rth ll testi %  zenElliot Bigman Mar. 13. Elliol "• f Mr Ira Eigmar. j2nd Ter will be Ear Mitzvah at Temple Zion. %  Pec.irw GrenwaW : %  n in Mail %  n ptaia Pa ttk grade si Rabbi aI MrGreew i spor.v ring --.abbat fol%  ice. Pemr.i the grandda ...hi M Irs Barw • Frank Tamen %  it Temple eigtal • : K will be held at Park 1 ill bi %  an's Hote. v.y Iturbi Will Play With UM Orches Blood Bank Drive Scheduled pie Beth Am Brotherhood iplanning a Blood Bank drive for S u n d a j. Mar. 21. from 9 am. Breakfast ill be served n Ben Clein stat •blood -.vhich is acquit ;.\,.il;'ble to all temple memberand (hairnr-n are Leonard K Free! %  %  and HOT it herhood. Brotherhood president • Max Raskin. DAVID GOtflM Beach Student Receives Award : • is Miami Beach Senior High School's dele%  the I' 5 Naval Academy, has %  ward fr > Council f South Floi ida. The n I Mr. and Mrs U .• rfine \ shore Dr.. %  • u den t Tra::. S s taki stand getting .•• He was voted his school's "un. K and udent Mat Honor Society He is f chairman ot the Association ot (ent Council' Transportation Committee and a board member of Temple V up of Greater Miami. rofram dedicated to Finnish %  ,he 1 l h • ill be Edvard r.inor. With Dr. Fabien Sevitxky conducting, the orchestra will P'*rniere a work written especially for the concerts by American composer William Grant Still, entitled In Memory of Jear Sibelius." The orchestra al-o will play the Overture and S>mphony .... I • : in 195" at the aze of 91 ... ir t -• It nrbi is rea comp' : victor. per^onah,.;; as | n ances • anisl nducti •' foremost traa ar.d ison perforerts in va i parts %  the Rormiinic. and now is unent director ol spain. born. si the ne Philhar\ %  %  meti for ar American -imultaneou-'. a* 1 four orcbe 'Figaro' Slated Here in English For its t %  prodadj the l>w-ij toe OpenJ of Greater M mi ii) open, 1 Marriage of 1 ^ and Saturijr i ... j| B j 27. at Dade and Wedr.'-at Miami Beair. -. :ditonBJ The Mozart buffa aj| • will be p< rl Tied in I !e of 1, v. ill be the po| Me Opera Compan;. 'antone.j Cramm In su| • I Beverly Sills rano; n< Franca] -oprano: Lorenzo V vary. I Beverly C1 .npra -.an Ke!!Women's league for ; Beach 0< Punm on Til p.m tea ar.d Roney Plaza MrR0S4 L %  r is in ch nl University of Miami Symphony Orchestra FABIEN SEVITZKY Dirtttor and Conductor SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 8:30 P.M., MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MARCH 15, 8:30 P.M., DADf COUNTY AUDITORIUM Jose ITURBI HANIS7 TICKETS $2 25 to $5.50 SYM. OFC. MO 1-4960 Players to Repeat Jolsen Afternoon "An Afternoon with A] Jo. a musical drama recently performed by I %  Play' %  the %  %  Mrs • %  %  id. chair%  ning. announced that a special patrons and -ponformed to further enable t! brew Academy Players in their dramatic activitie-. "it %  it < The Hottest Comedy of the Yiar Currently on B^eao-aj. ZACHARY SCOTT RUTH FORD [^ MARTIN MILNER ^-# •* z-i —:-.:>g MARION HAILEY MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! •Si^Sr BBELE MACKENZIE In t*-e GE*T, Bou r cn MUSICAL CHAIOI nexm AT %  UMNI Ma*i*r •*. a &...• All JOIOAM WAItM ITOIIS COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant* A Art Gallary 3SOC Ma>n H ghwiy, Miami HI B-2581 National Airlines •igns Agreements %*& Your OPERA GUILD presents MARRIAGE OF FIGARO by r/ozart(Sungin Eng =-) DONALD GRAMM Weirspoeti/i Sar ::na BEVERLY SILLS • FRANCES BIBLE Dad* County Aud. —Moo. a Sat.,Mar.22. 27 Miami Beach Aud. —Wad., Mar.2*(all at 8:15 pm) TICKETS: Dad* CountyAud.. Miami Beach Aud., AMagro Music House, C.G.. Opara Gjild Off.e* In a further expansion of in creased support to the travel industry". National Airlines has signed agreements with the Diners Club and Carte Blanche Credit Plan. The two new plans boost National's total travel credit programs to six National has also renegotiated a contract with American Express to include current or thirty dav charges. Charge privileges with National have been available through National's own personal credit, the Universal Air Travel Plan. Bank Americard and American Express The 22nd Annual Concert of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Choral %  • PRESENTS THE rVEU-RNOrVN CANT4TA ESTHER HAMALKE ti with (he famous Ttaer LOUIS DONTO as So/o.sf BARNETT BREESKIN conducting SUNDAY, rVUXRCH I4th, at 8 P.M. JEWISH CULTURAL CENTO. 42 L*a*x At., Miomi Bk •KiMf/Wt I St**t4*%~ normandie I parkway Open I-30 lOoeo 6 45 FOLK DANCERS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY FOR FUTURE PERFORMANCES Please Call 532-2337 LEON SCMACHTEB S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VArDBViLLE ON STAGE IN PERSON FEATURING JERRY HOLLAND Internat.ona Sing ng Sta' JANET BROWER GORDON WATKINS Oot'itc Star lean Schochter 1 Gitel Stein m Coined, AND OTHERS • O" Screen ROSALIND ROSSELL in "GYPSEY" CINEMA 12JS WASHINGTON AVE Matinee Evening" W 1.25 Cheered orwi honored ot the Cannes bNEpowa TKKETS NOW AT BOX OffKI Ot BY MAH! box office open 10:30 to 9:30 TRtaicoiot* suPctMMvisiON** raoa iratiioi mm m LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JI^ 2 performances daily 2:00 I 8:30 tM> TKKETS ON "SALE AT JORDAN KARSH, MIAMI



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?aqe 6-B fJenist fkridliar Friday, March 12, 1965 larnit n 9 h yours, h Jit ft —ipp TEMPLE i. held its ., n the Vo. \ v, ir dull! ltd Mrs .'. Krcfe sti Hi > Kre 11.. ..•-, kuaband is pre: if the Tempi* won ck Mex i,i:i • .mu type iress \ line ^ibouotuDNIM a squared neck irrow j atitchj cngth parasol sleeves Her Mr> -. Ik i ci :.::<•:.. Her lh had sheer organza lantern sleevt ... %  i V-ne* kliw Mrs Melvin Harrison chose I black silk with a decollete back crepe embossed ::•. %  rose pattern was worn bj Mrs Louis Rudnick Mrs Jo Kronikin also Mack for the evening Silk alpaca was the fabric, and the neckline was hi.ch in (root and phin K back S ISTERHOOD president Mrs Mrs Marvin Levin, wore a i cocktail suit in %  cotton and silk weave The bodice was an :..e chiffon i letage. and white satin trim Mr. and Mrs. Silverraan, Mrs. Waxenberg To be Honored at Aged Home Sunday .. %  • prs. ml i the '•' ... • as its %  i %  •. Put • • .... ••" %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  .-. mi. AhD mis. s/m#au* .. j. her waist. The Oriental influence was soon on Mrs. Art Apples black satin sheath slit on both side seams and jeweled with jet !.,•. ds which cascaded from the neckline to the hemline Mrs Sal Winokur's black crejv featu nd of rcuu at the hemline Iced bin s w i) Mrs \ ti r Her costume i • was .. sheath with a hip i-1 -' the inten lar A turquoise rn by Mrs. Mrs !". rna Y< sni croon silk chiffon sheath h le-tiered ruffled flounci ine. A white silk skir: topped aril a black jewel -•< : overblouse. and the matching white silk coal with the white jasmine mink collar were worn b> Mrs Leonard Kalish Mrs Henrj So,low ay selected a skv blue silk crepe -heath with silver-lined bugle beads embroidjn the bo Mrs Ralph Rosen seemed to be enveloped in diaphanous clouds o: emerald green chitton Her dress had a match. coat with a high ruffled neckline and was created of attached iers A black silk sheath with an illusion neckline and big neck effeel ol the silk was by Mrs Al Jacobson. Mrs Irv.: S< -o an embossed t over a penci i skirl '. silk i skirl • THE .... .. S rk silk had I ..:'< %  i %  '. %  %  m on her b OLD FAVORITE i M ^\\\V KASHA WCnWtATOOMs Man, that's a dish! •*— < ^j~. \ ^*' 3*zm~L Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! •-: %  • I | "0~ Ctf •">" fesfcap FREE %  ROBERT ROEDING DRINKS MILK. HOW ABOUT YOU? i JJ9000 IDBS&USr FCiltTWvfXim A black satin Aline with an alencon lace bodice was the choice ,,i Mrs. Roy Weissel Her motherin-law, Mrs. Sam Weissel. was in black Silk alpaca was her fabric choice in the Aline silhouette with the slashed bateau neckline. Mrs. Jess Spirer's turquoise chiffon sheath featured the ed drapmu on the bodice. Kelly green satin with a white worn bj Mrs Barbara Singer Mrs .. Toback chose a buttercupyellow silk crepe sheath with ,,nd iridescent seon her bi %  %  Mrs Ralph Turner's black sheath wa.fringed from top to ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES ONLY GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS HAS REAL TA'AM OF SWITZERLAND I Switzc land" ,. slices] or chi %  .;. Then yo esi rM gen i e %  • ... ) and .... nine v -• ( no\ ere eh* Svul/oiiiihi S>USNOHMV I bottom. The white straw l ace „. semble worn by Mrs. Sol R OV „ was hand-made in Italy, A i th h( sheath featurinj a weetkea, neckline over white silk taffeu Her full-length coat hart bracel length sleeves which wen with white mink 1IMSB about gathered for you Miriam Fiel d Sending gifts to the poor ior the elderly couple n lhe lonely widow round '.hecoroerii a rich warm Purim tradition jinn "the best wa> :e-:keaiHsma,* a> the Korhri n et Rebbe once aid, Children love to pU) mailnui. proudlv bearing homebaked goodie>totheir -jtiom. L 'Wi (an,: mo" T. %  .' ton < it thenLex \ -. the %  i • %  • %  5 \ • So rv ... PUm PARTY PECES •.•%  : :.: ;-•: % %  ;.: • •;: I m • -: la kol nil it fltw. K >al BJUJ Po-*r m* sH. [>:%  '- > —t tn kxuw Caflei •• %  %  airr. M >.. oa u* etx io edict, keataci uwil •* M*f4 \aiOr> aicn-d^wvPtavm Prcaa> ami \ am Mi S M S *" •** Ivlv 2-iat* pam. BU< M Ml I S nwr>. at ani • %  •> < JI m* %  I'ifcts. \\ .V I %  fcaacj DIS4 SK*B I ; -. .. • % %  : OI.*I IVi it—iw i %  tary rw .: ..••" aak, Z oasw taaai BTJ : '""Tj •.."•< %  aaaavaatl i kaai raaor.xis R .ttaHK^jf (S I ST



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Friday, March 12, 1965 +Jeni$ti n-orudiain Paqe 11-A Catholic Looks at Anti Semitism jmi Beach Mayor Melvin Richard (riqht) proclaims the |week of Mai. 15 as American Legion Birthday Week and is shown presenting the proclamation to Past Commander of Post 85 Maurice "Doc" Klein, iormer Beach vice mayor. The post will observe a triple celebration Tuesday evening: the l anniversary of the founding of the American Legion in 'cris on Mar. 15, 1919, the 37th birthday ot Post 85, which Received its charter in 1928, and past communders. Guest speakers will include Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, a member bf Post 85. Continued from Page 1 A the Vatican Council declaration was a purely religious statement The burden ol lu> message was thai World Zionism and the State • >i Israel would not really benefit bj (tome's gesture, The prelate reminded the faithful that the Arab countries, "since Zionism became a state in Pales tine, knew how to differentiate in their ju-t struggle between Judaism as ;i religion and Zionist Judaism as a political movement." Arabs, be pointed out, "have a feeling of deep repulsion, not against the Jewish rebgion, but against Zionism with its unlimited colonialist purposes it is ene my No. l "i Aral) nationalism." Arsenal of Bigotry HAVING thus disposed of the monster, Zionism, he fired his unfortunate salvos against Jews In general. Here are a rew choice samples from his arsenal ol big otry. "There certliinly remains on the forehead of the Jewish people as long .iit ifar from Christ the Redeemer what the prophets oi the old Testament prophesized — a slain of shame." Maximos IV indicates he is deep iev I by what he calls the biggest massacre hisl o r j ever knew — the Nazi extermination ot ,i people in Germany and much I irope, l! u i those Zionists! tad all those J'ews behind Ihe Z: onists These try always and by all devices," he says, "not to differentiate between the heaven I j Jewish religion which gave th prophets, and criminal Zionism in order to a tt r acl the worlds -v mpathj." And how do they do this? The ch ire iman, unconscious!) bor rowing a recipe from the Nazis he has earlier excoriated, explains it this way: '.,,e:iuse ol their propaganda skill, the media :l which is in their hands and under their influence, the Jews can clothe reality ;is they wish I hey exploit the least word I ha' is >aid to serve their political inti rests." He's not quite finished He wants to explain the heavy vote in the Vatican Council favoring Ihe dee 1 laration ol Jev ish innocence in the crucifixion drama. Here's hov he handles that too.hie: If the great majority of the (Vatican) Council, and namely the American prelates voted for the declaration it is for personal reasons and in'i rests The personal reasons are dictated bj a sentiment of pity due to the massai re i I millions ol jew s bj Nazism, and the intei %  -* is due to the tacl that a gn .••umber oi Amerii .ins have i mercial interests win, Jews." Self Restrained WHEN Msgr Higgins res i, • was understandably, upset. With a bow in the direel ol Maximo.effort to ivhip i 1 on the Vatican Co oil :oiArab consumption. Chut man Higgins took sue ith M %  for scolding Jew and plai on the record his belief that Je all over the world will legitim Ij resent accusations about controlling the mass media, lb goes further, As to using the Vati< Council declaration for political purposes, Msgr Higgins pointout that it there are any Jews in the .Middle K.i.st doing so, their pi tion is absolutely indefensible, but "the record will ,-hou that C( pared t" the Arabs, the Jews in the Middle East have been markably self-restrained in their comments on the declaration When warnings were sounded in 1963 about Arab opposition the commendable proposal in I Vatican Council, some Jew ish p lie relations technicians jum] Into the fight to say that asn'l so. Thej wenpro>e


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Ly. March 12. 1965 **/#? ntridHtun Paqe 7-A \ %  1 ii mir 1 T • 1 Sam Luby Sr. Nominated to Succeed Thurman as President of Temple Israel scph Rul'fner, Jack Schillinger and Judge Harold Spaet. i •*i laden of ihe Food, Restaurant and Allied Trades Division ined Jewish Appeal are shown at their annual lunch,.. jt Gallcqher's Restaurant as guests of Joseph Lipsky. Left :re Lipsky. Vice Chairman Joseph Cohen, and Food fcJp CoChairmen Jack Stein and Herman Stein. lassador Avner to Appear for CJA Three Important Functions on Sunday Will VISIT NCW YMHA \r non Avner, Israel's Ambassa\i Canada, "ill make three ima:ii appearances on behalf <>i ed Jewish Appeal ( twas announced by 1 Lehrman, campaign an are proud that Ambassador has generouslj offered his lies l r i mmunity and lo %  Combined Jewish Appeal for rbei ranees in behall I e cai n." Dr Lehrman bi ing to us the ssible of the '• place on the • 'Oassador Avner will make 'St appearance at a breakat Beth Moshe Congregation '30 a.m., in the Social Hall, West Dixie Hwy., Chairman •d Dogoloff annourced. This launch Beth Moshe'* parpotion in the North Dade fined Jewish Appeal camI which has been undertaken rear. 1 : vner will then go %  e Wetview Country Club. he will speak before the anbrunch ol the Liquor. Wine Group. :hairmen ol the group, Leo Jikm and Jerome W. Halpern, aal We are honored to have ssador Avner as Uie j>"est •annual CJA industry event" on, Ambassador Av"*o before bis appointment %  e Canadian Ambassadorship in *as Minister to Sweden, will |W %  report on Israel to lead%  "munitj organizations "£atthenett V.\l and YWHA. SK. B AJf ogressive Bunk INVITES YOU ... probably used lo your •" h* b„, J.,..r,„„ N.h l '• n. lo.,., now. !" ., ouc.„ ha, b..n nheT. n '9hbor, .,. n-w "*' •Mhu.„,, c di n „ fc# '""" th. y | ike he fri#nd| f ,,om "•• bank. b!„"l IOy '"" *m.'i.l "•; 0.r Inuallm.n, J* burner,, of ,. r mr <" lojn tl" v ;; n M wm R do r o p,n 8 MI ""king hours, 9:20 [AM. 0 En nk„ P.M. fJE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH '•r^.3C.1.4,,, STREET Sam Liil>\ Sr. has been nominated to succeed Harold Thurman as president Ol Temple Israel of ireater Miami. The Slate was reported here by l> Singer, chairman of he Nomim th Committee. El i tion ill officers and members ol the Board of Trustee, will • the 13rd annual meet ng ol Temple Israel on Apr. 7. Installation >>f congregational and auxiliarj officers and board members will take place at a dinner dame also scheduled to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Dr. Joseph I! Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, in the rabbinate. In addition to Luby, other officers are Myron M. Behrman, Elliott D Blumenth.il, Nathan S. Gumenick ard David R. Hochberg, vice presidents; Lawrence E. Singer, secretary; Joseph A. Garfield, treasurer; Arnold P. Rosen, financial secretary. Board of Trustees for one year. Morris E. Greene. Board <>f Trustees for two years Abe C. Fine. Richard (lerstein. B. B. Goldstein, Herbert (;. Paige, David Rifas, Robert L. Turchin. Henrj E. Wolff, Louis Wolfson II. SAM lUBr Myron Zeientz. Jesse Casselholf. Maurice Cromer. Dr. Paul J. Furlong, Lewis W. Gorfine, Mrs. George Graham. Melvln Green. A .1. Harris and Robert B. Roesing. In addition to Singer, member., of the Nominating Committee were Alvin Cassel, Bart L. Cohen, Irving Gladstone, Max II. Goldhoff. Sam Ii. Goldman, Max Meisel. 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Page 12-C Jewid) ftf*AM&n Friday. March 12, L The Talent Hunt 6, MAX LERNER Arrival of the Lubavitclier] v. thi si 5 from Washington s • • ,. it in filling crucii sts and g< %  stratum. V M i s talk oi the r th, Kenn< and oi how dillerei l es se to sixteen months. Commerce S< some m the expected %  cretar> oi the I few new nam< have been spotl Instead then • considerable < sweating and straining to persuad) nghl men th<) in the right niches, thus percept result. The danger al President Johnson runs is ihat he will be conx c ted b> hist • th< futik attempt to usher in the Great Society [real Elite oi governing talent. If you think in terms of the nation as a whole, the talent is there. It was t! • ; seven" gathered a i nstellation of luminaries White House, when Woodrow Wilson levied or. assorted friends, when Franklin Roose,, at Law s • :" ; >' a Bn %  when John Keni the university campuses ol the eountrj in } t. It is still ier< n th< ation The probl. • get it to to W ashing) n i duI. %  thai th< re is to i little in i • s too n ich every' •'• ln m) •her trying to at p sts in the gover i aus • at monej legal and illegal] aim thi can society is power-saturated, not just .... trade-unionism i immunications; and saturati ;oo. For r oi a hi^h corporate i anagei > I si means taking a cut %  : bis securities, and sacrificing stock .. ssor the choice is not as clear as it used to be. Thi • for him, offering him higher salaries mor noney, less teaching hours. He is the beneI leis theorj class ;•:. is less likely to change than 1 From John>on's view point this must be ironie. He pridehim sell c the mounting pro>perit> oi the nation, yet it is this very prosperity balks him in Ins hunt for first-rate personnel. + •* There is another part of the story that hurts the President. It is the beliei — largely legend doubtless, yet with a base oi fact — I t is bard on the men who work for and with him. He drives bimseh harder than There is a ion.e within the Pre-. Irives him in turn and h.is it l %  [ten he com ra anicates the sens i tional need to I i nit bul hardenir.. I write this cause I for top t; as ne\er i %  • at this .-.--.:.'. reign polic; • to broaden the base oi the % ; ic-minded. s j ----. :ias he been able i ecruit thi the Roos< mlitary men As • result one gets the s I talent ng it. • At bottom the problem is or* of investing the whole governmental .'.• %  "•.. icence nd take pos w exacting I fear t 5m. has no) I l bing to % % % %  th the I i 5. or per aps ever. seveh's He s • the stature o: the naled to communicate it and make it • I • stalgii Keni ad. and R I Mm L.. bis our. | • ss. But t u) trie natior I ? service the problem of first pn> I even the Vietnam problem because it will outlast Vietnam. 1 bere are man) reasons for our good men to go to Washingi bat because they will ha\t excitement of nd will exper. i ake the rest -.-em pale The problem II .• t.nem I el H and Tti;He cannot achieve a G i tout great elite; yet he cannot lure it to Was less ben that only then .! they be part of I < en time. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFEIrSON M'GHIAHD MUtf AT UNION FIANKIM PUZA NCWTON Continued from Page IOC I stature ol this man so lentlj -"• • '' • in 'he in 1 It is unfi be's i in the v '.-> iel Union has not pnnt During his years i n Russia, despite enl -" %  j Judaism, the Rebl ing generaloyal Torah-true J ws T!ie persecution, imprisonment •mi physical torture suffered as a result of his efforts there left its mark on his bod} Those who had seen him during his visit to the United States in 1930. saw a %  i difference in seeing him upon Inarrival in 1940 His voice Ha s noi nearlj as audible, his beard turned silver, h weakei Yel the temptation t abundim can be %  icle to surAs tar as the Kehbc was though, hiundi and dctermina. ere W Saj the lm9tP>wn rorld years in the States until is ] sing i %  in transplantie Israi ol 01 I" in this country In the land once though! t„ be I never to a a Ti i ah-truc future, he sanl p and fruitful roots That dei adi to thi i law, thi chcr Rebbe, Ra --ciiiii fl in ence has sinci v hose influi i %  try, tod %  tin. In marking I of the lati R" ol i • rica on II sti, ni, tiii j i L3 it is few r> but indi • which has give in c Bin i picious milesti i • i •'•nt Lube, aj %  the wo4 annivej • • I %  Israel Cabinet Views Secret Talks I JERUSALEM iJTA The Israel Cabinet held a special meeting this week to discuss the five days of talks between Israeli Government leaders and Under•i.:. 1 .,.: oi State W Averell Har riman No joint communique was -:ed by Premier Levi Eshkol and Mr. Harriman following the talks, as originally anticipated. However. Mr. Harriman issued a personal statement before his departure. He said: "My discussions v ith Israeli official have been friendly, (rank and useful. They confirmed not only the points of tension which have recently arisen in the area with new intensity, but also Isrelationwith friendly countries As a result of our talks. I believe the Israeli Government s fully aware of the United States Government views and 1 am now able to report clearly to President Johnson the views of the Israeli Government "This exchange of views will be continued through diplomatic channels" the statement confirmed. "It is a cardinal tenet of United States policy to e"o whatever is possible to help promote stability and peace In the Near East. I am confident our talks have been useful and I leave tremendously impressed with the vigor and determination of this country and its progress sirce my visit a decade ago." Authoritative sources here said the talks marki I certain n -in the United States attitudes about supplying Israel with direct military aid The) -aid the issue was not settled because the United Stateviews it as part .>t a wider situation ami wishes tie it to reaching ai agreed formula on Israel's tap of the i Rher waters for its national irrigation project. The i'nited States, it was ported. feel that even if the try to divert a small part of the • comaj l-i.iel has wan In the cours talks %  ra< I c< uld n I • m HI nt, The talk' were considered I represent the most co-nprel sive exchange of views ber* Israel and the United State ever helc 1 Israeli officials not ready to go be /end gull ed optimism" about the fa* However, they said the talks I made the Israeli position < In Moscow, l 1 I %  • •io\ e Prai ... celed Wi Is to Is should be no • -. • i'p it rntUtar i WEDR-FM, • • .1 BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 10 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. TORAH HOUR RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY, 12 Noon Talmudic Seminar of the Air RABBI PINCHAS TIETZ, SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION WEDR-FM,



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day. March 12. 1965 *Jenisti thiULtr Paqe 7-E %  ... g/fhout jjcoplc and r laces ... r H E SAME PRESIDENT-ANOTHER BALL Thjj lime. VVestview Country Club honored L president. Ferd S. Meyer, and his wife as Perd became president for the seventh time. A clei i r bit was sung bj the Andrea Sisters represented Muriel (Mrs. Sidney) Rudolph, Mrs Judy Iderman and Doris (Mrs. Stanley) Weinkle. Dr. hard Detltch and Sidney Rudolph made a hit as Huntley and Brinkley. Among guests ,. r the three Weintraub families—they're not related—the Joseph, the Sydney and the WilWehltfaubs, the Dan Ruskins. William tinFeuers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. I! I I lingers. kyares, Mr and Mrs Julius Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daner, Mr. hid Mrs. Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barpe tt. Joni and Stanley Tate, Caryl and Ben Koven, Alice and Donald Koren, Lucille and Alex Miller, Shirley and Irving Miller, and Sue and mard Miller. Lighted candelabras. lots of powers and long gowns made a delightfully fornal setting for Westview's favorite president's party HOW SWEET IT IS The formal dinner dance honoring Jackie Reason's birthday was a knockout It was jamnrd From good authority, it was discovered hat Kd Sullivan actually smiles. Sitting with lylvia and Ed Sullivan were Mr. and Mrs. Alex lanson, Baron and Polly de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. fay Ablin. Joe Undsey, of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. ten Gaines, and Mr, and Mrs. Harry Yagle. Ipotted at other tables wire Mary a"' 1 J*k* her, Myra and A.nun Farr, Mickey and Harold franoH. Miriam and Milton Sirkin. Lil and Jules [lickstein and the Hank Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. litchell Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Daniels, Inn Mr and Mrs Sidney Raffel. THEY WALTZED TOGETHER Joyce and Burton Goldberg had a bullet Upper part} in honor ol their folks, the Solomon Goldbergs. It was their 40th wedding anniversary. Abbey and Carol were the junior hostesses at their grandparents' party, A bird ol paradise centerpiece look the place ol the Goldbergs' daughter. Janet (Mrs. Charles) Light, who wasn't able to come. Rudy Baum played the Anniversary Waltz, and the Goldbergs danced amid the good wishes ol their friends Among guests were Mr. and Mrs Sam Meiselman, Mr and Mrs Irving Gandel. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leitner. Mr. and Mrs Morrj Click, and Mr and Mrs. Morris Fox. %  'r BIRTHDAY BRUNCH TIME It was a brunch at Barbara and Irving Rubin's in honor of Barbaras mother's birthday. Barbara's mother and dad. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hyman. of Detroit, are here for the winter Irving just brought those cute loaves of bread and the birthday cake from his restaurant, the Pub, while Barbara did the rest of the fixing. Mostly family sat on the dock after brunch and watched the boats go by. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Fineberg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owitz were there too. THE YOUNG HOPEFULS At the matinee of the 'Ballet Spectacular." little girls with white gloves were much in evidence. Mrs David Kramer was there with her Janice, and Mrs. Marvin Haven with Kathy and Debby. Linda Tate went with Mrs. Donald Barmack, and her daughter. Ruth, and Arnold Greenfield had all of theirs. Alice. Charlie. Timmy and Frank, but it was a lost cause; they kept inquiring why their parents didn't do the athletic bit the week before they had taken them to the theater. Mrs Murray Koretsk) was there with Stephanie and Alicia, and Mrs Jack Bushkin with Rachel. Perhaps it encouraged the young hopefuls to practice their ballet, but according to what went on at intermission, watching even Jacques d' Ambroise just made them mighty hungry and thirsty. — Frances Lehman. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach will feature Danny Thomas at the organization's annual dinner dance Sunday eveninq at the Deauville Hotel. Funds raised will go toward the care and rehabilitation of emotionally-disturbed children. Planning the even*, (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Pilzer, presiden; of the club; Mrs. Ralph Hall, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Leonard Platt, chairman of the evening. Not shown is Mrs. Bill Glick. favors chairman. Big Weekend Set At Pompano Park fA Planning Fashion Show emple Eiiuiini-KI ITA is havja luncheon and fashion show fony's Fish Market on Friday Mar. 19. m Luby. Jr. president and Mrs. Donald Arthur, chairman, will introduce a Pied Piper play entitled -Daddy Long Legs." Following lunch, the children ol PTA members will model fashions from Melony's. featuring a com plele line ol fashions for Honda Committee members include Mrs Alan Zilfer. arrangements; Mrs Richard Masington. table rc-erva tions. Mrs Gerald Miller and Mrs. Stuart Coldman, ticket reservations. A big weekend is in store tor Pompano Park harness fans. 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