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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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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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38
Number 13
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 26, 1965
Three Sections Price 2G2
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Negro Marchers Wear
Yarmulkes for Rabbis
kuit Birenbcch. Chancellor Ludwia Erhard's special en-
I- Bh'-wn in Jp-ru^alem with an Israeli Foreiqn Ministry
Brt on his way for a private meetinq with Prime Minister
[*.im is- .~*ovti penning issues between Israel and
fwes't German Republic. (Photo by ITA.)
Irhard Envoy Ends
alks With Eshkol
H'S MTVRN DUAYtD
PAGf 9-4
tl'SALE.M ITA A iint
n miq io i.....(I here Monday
Guvernnieni ni Israel and
Kurt Birrenbach, West Ger-
I Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's
bi emissarv here, announced
lo governments have
to cxchai gc ambassadors
weeks."
as scheduled to
In i Bonn Tuesday, lie con
Mondav days of a sec-
Irmind oi talks with Prime
I Le i Eshkol and other
Inking Israeli leaders, includ-
Ihiinon Pen s, Deput) Minister
i put) Premier
! ban, who is now acting For-
Minister in the absence of
Mrs. Golda Melr. After asserting
tliat the conversation* about the
exchange ol ambassadors have re-
sulted ni a decision to implement
that step shortly, the communique
declared:
"Other matters of concern to
both governments were discussed
in spirit of mutual desire to er
rive at agreed solutions. It can
be expected that complete agree-
ment on the matters discussed
will be reached shortly."
The "Other matters'" are believed
to include the question oi West
Germany's aid to Israel's security,
Continued on Page 12-A
SKLMA. Ala i .ITA i Hun-
dreds oi Negro freedom marchers
.Monday wore yarmulkes i skull
caps) In respectful emulation ol
rabbis who participated in demon-
strations in Alabama as Jewish
participation in the inarch from
Selma to Montgomery.
The Alabama Ncvroes called the
yarmulkes "freedom caps" The
demand for yarmulkes was so
great that an order has been wireii
for delivery of 1,000 when the mar
Oners arrive in Montgomery later
this week for a meat demonstra-
tion at the state capitol.
The adoption of the yarmulke
as a symbol began sometime ago
when rabbis joining prayer ser-
vices in a Negro church were
asked the meaning of the yar-
mulke. An explanation was giv-
en by a rabbi that one's head
must be covered in the presence
of the Lord. The Negro response
was that "wherever the freedom
movement is, God is to be found
there." While not assuming the
Jewish faith, many Negroes
Continued on Paoe 7-A
prael and Germany
iew Details of Ties
Jl'l SALEM i.ITA i Wesi
f and Israel discussed this
ilic details of their
li'il diplomatic relations.
| acre conducted by Dr.
Birrenbach, Chancellor Er-
' "' emissary, who
r Israei lor ;, second round
I I German-Israel re-
- IIi lirM visit was followed
ppproval b> Israel's Cabinet
[Parliament ol Bonn's histor-
I liplomatic relations.
Premier Levi Eshkol, opening
Parliamentary debate on the of-
fer said he assumed that agree-
ment would be reached on out-
standing issues between the two
countries, although Israeli sourc-
es had stressed that Israel did
not make solution of these prob-
lems a pre-condition for approval
of diplomatic ties. These issues
included the completion by West
Germany of its multi-million dot-
Continued on Page 13-A
BACK JOHNSON PROPOSAl
Jewish Groups Take Part
In Selma Demonstration
Kennedy
Family Gift
To Einstein
NEW YORK ..ITAi The Jo-
seph P. Kennedy Jr.. Foundation
has given a grant of $1,450,000 to
Yeshiva University to help estab-
lish a center for the study of men
lal retardation and human devel
opment at the University's Albert
Einstein College of Medicine.
Plans for the Rose Fitzgerald
Kennedy Center for Research in
Maternal and Child Health and Hu-
man Development, the first ot its
kind in the I'nited State-, were an-
nounced by Sen Robert P. Ken
nedy, Sargent Shriver, director "i
the Peace Corps, and the Office
ni Economic opportunity and Ye-
shiva University officials at a press
conference at the College. Mrs
Rose Kennedy was guest of honor
at a luncheon
It was also announced that the
U.S. Public Health Service had
made a grant of $3,750,000 for the
project and New York City has
NEW YORK (.ITA) Repre
sentatives ;>f national and various
local Jewish organizations around
the country, both lay and rabbin-
ical, were participating Sunday
in the march irom Selma, Ala., to
Montgomery, supporting demands
lor equal voting rights for Negroes
a n d backing President Johnsons
pi posal for legislation guarantee-
ing such rights according to dis
patches received here today.
The American Jewish Commit
tee, in a call by its executive vice
president. Dr. John Slaw son. urged
all ils chapters and members
throughout the country "to partici.
pale to the fullest extent possible"
in the Selma-Montgomery march.
Dr. Slaws,in announced that the
AJC has designated two men to
n present the organization in the
march. Brant Cooper smith, AJC
area director tor the Upper South,
be said, headed the AJC delegation
on the first leg of the march Sun-
day, from Selma to the first over
night stopping place. 11 miles away.
Later ibis week. Harry rleischinan.
race relatii ns coordinator for the
AJC. will head the AJC"s delega-
tion on the final two legs of the
march into Montgomery.
Three national Jewish religious
v omen's groups sent a point tele-
gram to resident Johnson, support-
ing his demand that Congress act
promptly on the proposed voting,
rights bill. The organizations were
the women's Branch of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Organizations
ot America, the National Womei -
League oi the United Synagog io
oi America (Conservative and the
National Federation ol Temple Sis-
terhoods ( Relorm .
Similar wires to President
Johnson and to the Congression-
al delegations from New York
were sent by the Farband-Labor
Zionist Order and by the Brook-
lyn Jewish Community Council.
Previously, every major Jewish
national organization had sent
telegrams to the President, ta-
king the same stand.
A Selma Jew. Seymour Palmer,
who had told newsmen in an inter
view in the Alabama city that
northerners were at \< .i-st partly
responsible for the violence in \
bama bj coming there to help "defy
authority," was answered today
in a statement by Rabbi Seymour
Siegel, secretary "t the Rabbinical
Assembly, th.....ganization of Con-
servative rabbis. Dr. Siegel, who
i- associate professor ni theoloej
at ihe Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, and Rabbi S
Gershon Levi, treasurer of the As
sembly, led a group of Conserva-
tive rabbis who went to Selma last
week to participate ;n the civil
Continued on Page 3-A
UN Rights Commission
Opens Geneva Meeting
Continued on Page 9-A
CAMPAIGN FOR FEDERAl LEGISLATION
Vate Writing Ban Progress
:"!,,V|" <.ITA, A cam-
federal legislation to
^semination ol material in
- hatred ol racial and relig-
' ind ol members of
making concrete
|Mead) proaress, a Jewish lead-
V,;; "' campaign reported to
"numtj rallj here.
was made b\ Sidnev
. chairman of the Joint
muniJ Relations Committee
oi the Canadian Jewish Congress
end B'nai B'rith, In recent months,
mam major Canadian cities have
been flooded with such hatred lit-
i rature. Manj Christian religious
groups, as well as civic organize-
tk ns. have protested the material
and (lave asked authorities tor ac-
tion.
Mr. Harris told the rally that
the Canadian Jewish Congress
"intends to proceed fearlessly
and with full vigor" in its efforts
to obtain such legislation. He
said that, in addition to pressing
the Federal Government for such
laws, the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress was seeking to stimulate
public opinion on the issue. He
added that "the response from
municipal councils, national or-
ganizations, church groups, n.
Continued on Page 8-A
GENEVA iJTAi A memo-
randum appealing for worldwide
action to bring Nazi criminals to
,ustice regardless ol their present
Whereabouts, was presented by the
World Jewish Congress to the
United Nations Communion on Hu-
man Rights which began its session
here Monday
The memorandum, circulated
among the delegates, supports a
Polish proposal to add an Item
to the agenda entitled The Ques-
tion oi Punishment of War Crim-
inals." The Polish proposal would
call upon all government! "to un-
dertake necessary measures in or-
der to prevent the termination of
the legal prosecution" oi crimes
committed by war criminals, and
"accede ,i~ on as possible" to the
Genocide Convention of 1948.
The WJC submission takes note
of the action by European gov-
ernments of different political
and social ideologies to prevent
war criminals from escaping trial
under provisions of statutes of
limitation, but points out that
Continued on Page 7-A
MEETC WILSON
Israel Chief
In England
LONDON i.ITA i Israel -
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol flew
Wednesday to London, where be
will meet with Prime Minister
Harold Wilson. Foreign Secretary
Michael Stewart, and other leaders
oi the British Government, to dis-
cuss a number oi vital issues con
cerning Arab-Israeli affairs. Mr
Eshkol will be accompanied by Mrs.
Eshkol. After their visit here, they
are expected to take a few "lays'
icst in France, Monday, it was not
ruled OUt here that, while visiting
Europe, the Premier ni.iy also meet
with West Germany's Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard.
Mr Bshkol's trip to Britain has
Continued on Page 10-A


Page 2-A
Jewisttkrkljar
Arnold Forster to Keynote ADL Dinner
In Honor of Sidney Meyer on Wednesday
Arnold Forster will be keynote nesday evening at Westview Coun-
speaker at a testimonial dinner > try Club.
honoring Sidney Meyer next Wed-
AKMOID fOKTl*
Spinoza Lecture Series
A course of nine lectures on the
"Life and Philosophy of Spinoza"
will be given by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson at the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education, meeting every
Thursday from 10 to 12 noon in the
auditorium of Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave. First lecture
will be given Apr. 1.
The function is being tendered
by the Florida Regional Board of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai Brith. The black-tie func-
tion will begin with cocktails at1
7 p.m., followed-toy dinner at 7:J0.
Merer it being henor.d "for
his outstanding contribution to-
ward the aims and ideals of the
Anti-Defamation League in its
fight against bigotry, prejudice
and toward the realiiafion of
equal opportunity for all."
A lormer clj^irrnan of the. Flori-
da ADL Regional Board. Meyer has
been active locally as a member
of the Board of Trustees arid past
vice president of Variety Children's
Hospital. member of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
past member of the Board of Trus-
tees of Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal, member of the Citizens Ad-
visory Board of the University of
Miami, member of the U of M Ea-
ton Foundation, member of the Mi-
ami Rotary Club.
He is a past president and pres-
ent chairman of the board of West-
view Country Club, past president
of Bayshore Property Owners As-
sociation, member of the Miami
Club. Standard Club of Miami and
Standard Club of Chicago.
He presently serves as chair-
man of the board of MGS Invest-
ments and was a founder with
Mitchell Wolfson of Wometco En-
terprises.
SIDNEY MtYM
Forster, who is scheduled to de-
liver the principal address at the
Wednesday function, is general
counsel and civil rights director i
of the Anti-Defamation League, j
He is co-author of "Danger on '
the right," "The Trouble Ma- j
ker," "Cross Currents," and
"Some of My Best Friends."
An attorney. Forster organized a
group of lawyers to serve as the '
volunteer legal arm of the ADL in
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hatemonRers ffnaweed by the Hit-
ler hoardo abroad. Two jrears la-
ter, he established the League's
first law oVpartment arid, in Janu.
ary. 1946. he was appointed to his
present national position.
As general counsel of the League,
he leads a siaff of legal associates
in the preparation of briefs in-
volving fundamental issues of civil
rights. Included among these were
.friend-of-the-eotirt briefs submit-
ted to the Supreme Court of the
United States in the public school
segregation case.
In 1H1, in a brief amicus fifed
with the U.S. Court of Appeals,
he urged the District Court to de-
segregate a school in hit own
community of New Rochelle. He
was two years later appointed to
the New Rochelle Board of Edu-
eTCon*."
In 1961. Forster served as the
Anti-Defamation League observer
at the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem.
He has appeared frequently on ra-
dio and television.
Friday, March 25, |
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The Costly Crowd.-J
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Dr. John Sihultz of
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charter Member of then,
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Dr. Morris Schorr a
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Ma** 26,
1965
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setting up the State Division of
Corrections, the State Division oi
Mental Health and Child Train-
ing. County School Sales Tax Fund
for higher teachers' salaries, re-
organizing the State Department of
Agriculture, and the Suitable Home dressing Mr. Palmer directly,
Law governing welfare aid to de- bi Siegel stated:
pendent children.
Jewish Groups
Support Selma
Continued from Page 1-A
rights demonstrations there
Ad-,
Rab.
was elected Secretary
in 1960, carrying 65 of
..1
87
in
of
the
nd Mrs Murray M. Simon, Milton Miller and Rabbi Zevi
Invrald finalize arrangements for the testimonial dinner to
Mr and Mrs. Simon on Apr. 3, 7:30 p.m., at the Biscayne
ice Hotel Not shown is Mrs. Sarah Czech, one oi '
ted guests at the Temple Beth Tov function.
retary of State Tom Adams Will
kiest Speaker at Beth Tov Dinner
is were being finalized this
[for the Apr. 3 testimonial
to Mr. and Mrs. Murray M.
1 at the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
dinner. to be given by Tem-
bth Tov. will also honor Mrs.
, Czech, one o{ the Temple's
fttt- since it was estab-
[as Southwest Jewish Center,
fcrs to be honored at the func-
ire Mr and Mrs. Samuel
IColemam Mitlitsky.
In rid Allain, testimonial
nan, said that Tom Adams,
Secretary of State, will
est speaker. Rabbi Morton
bsky, spiritual leader of
Die Beth Sholem of Holly
| will represent the Greater
Rabbinical Association.
Arthur Brown will repre-
l national Sisterhoods.
ler representatives include
[ Tubin. City of Hope;!
old Star Mothers, Mrs. Helen '
n
orary chairman of the func-
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald.
bat leader of Both Tov. who
Peel that the Stars of David, a
of entertainers under the
lion ot Harol I Tokayer, will
atmed on the program.
Wtarj ol St le Adams was
He
State
counties, and assumed office
January, 1961. As a member
various Cabinet Boards, he active-
ly sought passage of a number of
major bills involving administra-
tion of these boards, including crea-
tion of the State Revenue Commis.
sion. reorganization of the State
Board of Conservation, enactment
of Florida's first sufficient water
control law. passage of the Florida
Public- Lands Act, and statutory es
tablisffrrWht W ItfHda'IrfSnTui'e fdV
Continuing University Studies,
among others.
Some of his honors include the
Allen Morris Award for "Most Out-
standing First-Term Senator," 1957;
Florida Agricultural Council's
Award to a Senator contributing
the most to agriculture, 1957; Al-
len
"We are both Jews whose an-
cestors taught the world the prin-
ciples of justice. We are both Jews
who have suffered too much for so
long. Let us both join in prayer and
action to turn the hearts of men
from hatred to love; from discrim-
ination to acceptance of all men
as brothers; and from passive in-
difference to constructive and cour-
ageous action on behalf of all who
suffer."
Forte Towers
Hadassoh Election
Forte Towers-Hadassah of Miami
Beach held its first elective meet-
ing at a luncheon In the home of
Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465 Adams
Ave., last week.
Mrs. Norman Myers, chapter
vice president of membership, an-
nounced t h e appointment of a
Morris Award for "Most Valu-1 complete slate of executive officers
able Member of the Legislature,"
1959; Florida Fruit and Vegetable
Association citation to "Legislator
Making the Most Outstanding
Contributions;" Gold Key, Florida
State University, 1961; and hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Space
Education, Brevard Engineering
College, 1962.
with Mrs. Herman Feller, presi-
dent of the group. 17th in the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick was
speaker of the affair.
TOM ADAMS
elected to the Florida Senate in
1956 from the 29th District, com-
posed of Clay and Bakvr Counties.
During the 1957 session, he was
chairman of the Agricultural Com-
mittee. From 1959 to 1961. he
served as chairman of the Joint
Interim Committee on Finance and
Taxation.
Mr. Adams was instrumental in
Art Exhibition
Slated Sunday
A luncheon and art exhibit is
i scheduled to take place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Rubin-1
stein, 4425 Prairie Ave., Miami1
Beach, on Sunday at noon.
The exhibition will be under the
direction of the artist. Eada
Blacker, and will be displayed
on the patios and lawn of the Ru-
binstein home.
Proceeds of the luncheon will be
'< given to the David Pinski Folk
School and to the Workmen's Circle
I School, for which Mrs. Rubinstein
i is a pioneer worker.
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Friday, March 26,
1965
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Volume 38
Number 13
Million Dollar Meet
For Human Welfare
The 1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal will hold a Million Dollar Break-
icst this Sunday morninq at the Fon-
ir-inebleau Hotel. To help the Great-
e. Miami Jewish community brinq
its annual humanitarian drive over
the magic million mark, Pierre Sal-
.. qer w;ll be guest of honor at the
event.
Mr. Salinger should certainly
a'iract a large contingent to the Sun-
cay breakfast. His distinguished
relationship both with Presidents
Jchnson and Kennedy is an almost
:tless source of in'eresting ma-
rial for Mr. Salinger's scheduled
address.
, But those present at the Million
Dollar cffair will be there for more
i.".an this. They will be gathering
ct the breakfast to assist CJA in the
achievement of a significant figure
tcward the 1965 goal of SI.435,080.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
helps our community's Federation-
c'filiated humanitarian and welfare
cgencies in their continuing en-
deavor on our behalf through a variety of im-
portant health, education and other philan-
thropic programs. CJA also renders assistance
to many national organizations, as well as
those abroad dedicated to similar causes.
Particularly, funds from the 1965 Combined
Jewish Appeal will help the State of Israel in
its ongoing immigration programs at a time
when the Jewish republic continues to reaffirm
its responsibility in this regard, while having
at the same time to spend increasing amounts
tor defense.
For these reasons mainly. Greater Miam-
ians will be attending the Combined Jewish
Appeal Million Dollar Breakfast on Sunday.
And they will have the added treat of hearing
Mr. Salinger as he offers his inside view of
life in the White House.
Miami Beach Anniversary
The City of Miami Beach will this week-
end launch its 50*h anniversary celebration.
Several functions have already been held in a
pre-festive manner to mark the noteworthy
occasion.
Miami Beach, a jewel between Biscayne
Bay and *he green Atlantic Ocean, is world-
renowned as a winter resort. But over the
years, the city has increasingly acguired a
sense of stability through its growing perma-
nent population and institutions, of which the
communi'y at large may well be proud.
Particularly, the Jewish community takes
pride in the development of the City of Miami
Beach on the occasion of its 50th anniversary,
for individual Jewish leaders in political, eco-
nomic and civic affairs, as well as a stunning
array of Jewish organizations, both religious
and secular, have had a key role in the devel-
opmen* and growth of the city.
We join Miami Beach on the occasion of
its joyous 50th anniversary celebration in offer-
ing many happy returns.
many, might have meant merely a temporary
break with the Arabs, which could possibly be
mended in the not too distant future.- on the
other hand, it did not have to mean immediate
recognition ot Israel.
Neither can this view be entirely ascribed
to anti-Semitism or to a latent if not redevelop-
ing Nazism in the country at large. Those who
share it simply feel that the two events, coming
simultaneously as they did. now hopelessly
cut West Germany off from the presumably
ultimate power structure in the Middle East: the
Arab peoples and Gamal Abdel Nasser.
All the negative feeling is not confined to
West Germany, alone. There are those in
Israel for whom anything German, indeed all
things German, must be anathema under any
circumstances.
Whatever the enemies of the new status
may feel, a profound change has taken place
as a conseguence of the cooler heads of Chan-
cellor Erhard and Prime Minister Levi Eshkol.
At least symbolically, the two peoples are try-
ing to move forward from a past that still re-
mains too horrible to contemplate. Despite the
long-hanging German decision, it seems al-
most fitting that during the year of the expir-
ation of the Reparations Agreement, more than
a decade after its promulgation, a new rela-
tionship be'ween Israel and West Germany is
taking place: diplomatic recognition on an
equal footing between sovereign nations, one
infinitely more healthy than the Reparations
Agreement, itself, where a people makinq
amends paid its debt annually to the remnants
oi a people reborn.
A Profound Phenomenon
Ludwig Erhard's offer to extend diplomatic
recognition to the State of Israel and Israel's
acceptance are a profound phenomenon in our
time. The exchange goes far beyond the im-
mediate political implications of the West Ger-
man invitation.
Certainly, not all Germans are happy
about Chancellor Erhard's decision. Even in
the face of the events in Egypt that motivated
it, many of the Chancellor's countrymen have
already expressed their sharp dissatisfaction.
In their view, President Nasser's red car-
pet treatment of Walter Ulbricht, of East Ger-
Tribute to Sidney Meyer
Florida Region of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith will be honoring Sidney
Meyer, former chairman of the region, at a
testimonial at Westview Country Club next
Wednesday.
A Miami pioneer, Mr. Meyer has seen the
phenomenal growth of our community since
his arrival here in 1925. His many civic affil-
iations, past and present, indicate the concern
he has shown to contribute to his community's
progress.
The ADL tribute to him next Wednesday
evening will symbolize the League's desire to
express i's gratitude.
Coming here as guest speaker for the oc-
casion is Arnold Forster, internationally-re-
nowned general counsel of the ADL. At a time
when civil rights constitute the leadinq domes-
tic issue in the no-ion. Mr. Forster's address
should prove particularly enliqhteninq.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Colo,
m
"THE CHR.ST.AN Anti^
munist Crusade of
Billy James Harris has
up With a study, ntitlrt-551
munism. Hypnotism >nd^J
Bcat.es." which ,- me^\
he serious, but hose tin ,
the balance in lavnr of hi.- I
The autho, is r,v DahJ
Noebel. associate j,
bh the organization, SL
Universty in Manitou &*'
olo. The substance of the work is designed to show how th r l
lunists hope to take over the United States by what it call,
cide." an inverted mental health program. The proci-. ,, i "**
as beginning with children, and Noebel sites a variet) "* "cnwU
in psychology, hypnotism and music to support his thesis
Among them, the author refers to A. R. Luria and h:s book nJ
Nature of Human Conflict." a work he apparently did not hi Ul
read but found as a secondary source in "Brainwashing.' to Ed I
Hunter, whom Noebel characterizes as "one of America'^'outsuil
ing authorities in the field of brainwashing." I do not know whrtk
or not Hunter is. Neither tun readers of "Communism Hypnotic
and the Beatles" be certain what, in fact. Luria is supposed to Si
written; for Noebel merely paraphrases and presents his own j| '
enccs without direct quotation, a technique hardh as 'cholarlv
he would like us to regard his booklet.
In any case, the Communist method purportodh aims at nem.|
jamming" children so that they "can be retarded mentallj and nal
animalized." In Nortel's view, tins is ccomplished b> puttinj cHI
dren under severe nervous tension, creating artificial degrettfl
neurosis, interfering with the normal maturation
system of the cortical portion of the brain, destl ,,0T^I
inhibitory mechanism of the cerebral cortex, and hypnotii induct.,I
THAT JIWISH SCItNCt STILL WITH US
all OF THIS sounds extremely professional: althi
** can not vouch either for the biology or psychi Noebcfil
inferences, and they certainly do seem more suspicion, than accunal
It is well to remember here that psychiati\ a- ;. medical
has long been called a "Jewish science" by the nation II appoint*1!
super-patriots. For them, psychiatry is a manipulativi I
to destroy the hunters of Communism, their own exi i dotnaaj
In this sense, their hostility toward mental health programs an||
ganizations acquires richer meaning, much in the sa that thttl
rejection of fluoridation does, which also supposedl> [
rank and file of America's citizenry through chemica I
poisoning their minds.
Myron Fagan. the West toast anti-Semite, about decade as|
published a tract Ultimate!) distributed b\ the Georgia state Deparvl
ment of Education, which proposed the following wild theorj tkl
existence of a mental institution for the insane in the macce>sibk,|
snow-bound center of Alaska, staffed by Jewish psychiatristi whoal
patients were far from insane who. in fact, had been committal
by other Jewish psychiatrists practicing in mainland ISA as trill
as by Jewish or Jewish-controlled politicians, in order lo gag cwl
ageous patriots. Clearly, the patriots were those exclusive, mil
intentioned hunters of Communism who needed silencing becai|
fluoridation had failed.
We have come a long way since those days and such theoriM -I
perhaps because Alaska subsequently became our 49tli state. .r:|
now seems less snow-bound and inaccessible. Rev. Noebel nsaji
theless sticks to the vocabulary of the allegedly Jewish science si
a means of rendering "American youth useless through mini Jaw
ming. mental deterioration and retardation. The plan." he ajll
"involves conditioned reflexes, hypnotism and certain kuids of mux I
. Little wonder the Kremlin maintains it will not raise the Bd|
flag over America the Americans will raise it themselves"
SOmt SALIVATING OVfff PAVLOV
UUITH REGARD TO music. Rev. Noebel declares: That cert* I
" kinds of music are very' destructive is not new I'ythagorsl
established that music was an exact science which exercised a Bl
found effect on the senses and emotions. Plato understood the *l
tractive qualities of certain kinds of music."
To these sources, he adds Aristotle and a more modern exponestl
Emil Neuman. Garnished into the mixture, like chicken lal si
chopped liver. Noebel races to Pavlov and his conditioned reflex fll
I>eriments on dogs. Here, we are not supposed to respond to tai
I'avlovian stimulus in the same sense that his dogs did. hut 10 >al.iatfI
over the scientist's name, itself: for Pavlov was a Russian and.*!
cording to Noebel. a personal houseguest of Nikolai Lenin Declaral
Noebel: "Remaining in Lenin's home lor three month- Pavkw P*l
ned a 400 page manuscript for the Communist dictator n .aiding 1*1
findings. I'pon reading the manuscript, Lenin exclaimi to Pavll
You have saved the Revolution'.
These observations are. in Noebal's view, believable evidence*!
his thesis in terms of music and psychology general!} ith thi'Cl
ditional reflex little more than a Communist weapon ot su I
Tinning to hypnotism, he cites Dr. William J. Bryan Jr.. 'I*M
calls "America's leading authority in the field." Here, he combujl
music and hypnotism, a link he forged at the outset : his hookKlf
Nov. up on lus chopping block is a "Communist recording compHM
the Children's Record Guild Co" and a disc entitli I
Puppet
THt BCATLIS AND SHAGGY PSYCHIATRISTS
ACCORDING TO NOEBEL. Dr. Bryan says of The Little PuPP*
m ". the thing that strikes me immediately is thai the tempti .
the same as the pulse rate ... 1 would be happy to take ten fn*""l
plaj that record for them, and show you that you can inow|
everyone oi mem into a state of hypnosis. w|
I hardly see the relationship here, but perhaps ihioi niation I
already taken its toll. In any case, to make it all very m'^r"!j|
Noebel lists the following as "recommending the Children"! Becol
ook of the Month Club. San Francisco Chronicle Nc< I
and 'art |
Guild: Boc.
Times. Music Teachers' Quarterly, Good Housekeeping
Magazine presumably. Communist outfits all.
And. finally, what about the Beatles" The American >outn' -,1
Noebel, is being groomed for "his own demoralization to creai i
him mental illness through artificial neurosis, and to prepare nim
riot." j.1
Explains Noebel: "In the grip of Beatle fever. <' are '"''''^J
- weep, wail and experience ecstacy-ridden hysteria Iha' ipf
be seen to be believed ... we are told teen-agers 'bite the ^J
until they bleed and they even get over-excited and lake "
Continued on Pag* 13-A


Friday. March 26. 1965
+Jewish fhrldfiar?
Page 5 A,
iala Affair at Douglas Gardens Will
Mature Installation of Officers Sunday
uoa than mi persons, deluding
L. H members, their wives and
f"j1;', ,ues will attend a dm-
as cardensoii Sunday
'"., to install .Hidfjo Irving
J -p,-,l-t. and other offi
Kiectcd recentls by the Board ,
I ;";";; was reeJect* tor
-Jxthterm He was chairman of
ird foi three years prior to
L prcsidencj A former member
dl the circuit court bench, Judye
Cypen is one oi the noted young
community leaders of Greater Mi
ami who has been repeatedly
tapped for high honors by such
organisations as the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. T e in p 1 e
Kmanulil, United Fund. Kiwanis
ind Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
A special feature of the occa-
sion will be the tribute paid to
MEYER
JUDGE CYPEN
lolly wood Jewish Community Scores Top
lecord of Support for Home of the Aged
EVW since Stanley M. Becker
janand Ben Saltcr. leaders ol th
I ish Welfare Federa-
Em. negotiated the agreement be-
been the Hollywood Federation
Ed the Jewish Home lor the Aged
?n March 20, 1955, facilitating the
Mmitlance ol the Jewish aged of
Hollywood to Douglas Gardens, the
Hollywood Jewish community lias
cored an outsanding record of fi-
hncial support and devotion to
Pip Home.
Since 1955, the Hollywood Jewish
immunity has contributed S170.000
f: operating and capital funds to
h, Homi The Hollywood Jewish
Welfare Federation, through it~
ludgel Committee, has allocated
total toward operating
come, thus insuring that there
Mil be no operating deficit on any
Hollywood aced h.....e residents
|i the Home
The Hollywood Women's Auxili
ry of the Home has contributed
l] NO in capital funds, Including
0.J00 i"i Ihi Hollywood Auxili-
ry Medii. I i mtei al Douglas Gar-
CDS
The center, with its x-ray and
I'luoroscopy equipment, electro-
cardiograph machine, laboratory,
[pharmacy, special examining
Irooms and offices, enables the
Fmedical staff of internists, eye
doctors, rheumatologists, cardiol-
ogists, psychiatrists and podia-
Irists to provide the finest pre-
ventive and therapeutic medical

W,' ^M

ff;
* *
MR. AND MRS. BtCKfRMAN
service to the 200 residents of the
Home.
In addition, Hollywood citizens
like Mr, and Mrs. Ben Biegelson.
Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Bloom. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman. Mrs
Henrietta Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Silverstein, Edwin Rosenthal and
S. Robert Cooper have contributed
a total of $45,000 in capital funds.
Former Circuit Court Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, president of the Home
has publicly acknowledged the
record Of the Hollywood Jewish
community In its financial support
of, and affiliation with, the Home.
We can not do enough."' Judge
Cypen said, "to honor the leaders
Of the Hollywood Jewish Welfare
I (deration and our own Hollywood
Women's Auxiliary or to repay
them for their amazing and unsel-
fish devotion and generosity to the
Home. They have given of them
selves and their material resources
far beyond our expectations and
their due."
the Hollywood Jewish community
through its Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and the Home's Holly-
wood Women's Auxiliary on the
occasion of the 10th anniversary
of the cooperative agreement be-
tween the Home and the Holly-
wood Federation whereby th*
floriywoocT elderly needing insti-
tutional care have been admitted
to Douglas Gardens.
Singled out for high honors are
Pen Sailer, president of the Holly
wood Federation, and Stanley M,
Beckerman. its past president for
17 years and now its honorary
president for life, both ol whom in-
-phed the negotiations which de-
veloped the agreement on March
20. 1955. For the past seven years.
Beckerman has been one of the
outstanding leaders of the Home,
serving as treasurer and chair
man of the Budget Committee.
Also selected for special honors
is Mrs. Stanley If. (Lilyan) Beck-
erman, founder and president ol
the Auxiliary since its inception
in 19.16. under whose leadership
the Auxiliary has raised almost
$100,000 in capital funds for the
Home.
Other officer to be installed arc
honorary president. Judge Harold
B. Spaet; vice presidents. Col. Ja-
cob M. Arvey. Louis Bresler. Da-
vid B. Fleeman. Baron tic Hirsch
Meyer and Jack S. Popick; treas-
urer, Stanley Beckerman; financial
secretary, Sam Resnick; corre-
sponding secretary, Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman; and recording secretary.
.Mrs. Lawrence Silvcinian Pounder
of the Home is Mrs. lsidor Cohen.
who still functions on the board.
In addition to the Beckermans
and Salters, other Hollywood
community leaders who will at-
tend are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bloom,
Federation trustees and Holly-
wood representatives on the
Home's board; Jesse J. Martin
fc and William D. Horvitz, federa-
tion vice presidents; Milton For
man. Federation treasurer and
president of Jewish Family Ser-
vice of Broward County; Edwin
Rosenthal and S. Robert Cooper.'
large contributors of capital func
to the Home; and Myron J. Br;
die, executive director of ths
Federation and Jewish Fami v
Service.
M J. fCopelowitz, long time Gr
er will chair the affair. Kapelow i
has served in major communi v
leadership roles since he helped
found the Greater Miami Jewi-i
l ederation in 1938. He was cha
man of the Home's board rom 1' >2
through 1956. when lie was suite
etl by Judge Cypen.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. T e m p
Emann-EI. chairman of the Horn -
Religious Committe. as well as y> i-
eral campaign chairman f i'te
1965 Combined Jewish Appeal ca >
paign. will install the otticers.
-The Home is a major beneficifa y
agency of the Greater Miami JV
ish Federation, the Hollywood Ji
ish Welfare Federation and I
tinted Fund of Dade County.

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Southern
View
By MAX LERMER
Houston
I have been spending a few days in Louisiana and Texas, mostly
in university circles. Louisiana, it will be recalled, went.heavily for
Gokiwatar. Texas comfortably for Johnson, iu the.late electoral battle
between the Union and the remnants, of the Confederacy. The differ-
eoce in atmosphere between the two states reveals itself in the reaction
to the Johnson stand on Negro voting rights.
In Louisiana the parish voting registrars arc declaiming against
the new voting bill as an tMMUt< state,.and -local rights, in a des-
perate effort to hold the bastions of personal power that will be over-
thrown by Negro voters some day. Sen. -Ellender's threat of a fill-
buster, which cannot be taken very seriously because he couldn't main-
tain it against a cloture vote, expresses the genuine fears of the nar-
row ruling group for the future of their power, and the troubled sense
of the lower-middle class whites that things are moving too fast for
them.
* *
Yet it is hard to discover .any real resistance movement to the
Jewish Educators
Hit LBJ Aid Bill
NJSW YOJtK (JTA) The Amer-1 tive plan under which public educa
^an Association for Jewish Educa- tion would he available to all m
Uon 4Muced this week the public facilities in t h e morning.
Morse Perkins Bill, the Administra-] When the required common cur-
tion's aid to education measure as
antagonistic to the best interests
of this country."
The AAJE made its criticism in
a letter to the Senate Education
Committee, criticizing provisions
--"which under the guise of alleviat-,
ing deprivation, would extend aid
to private and parochial schools."
The.AAJS also criticised Pr-
, .uiaiori* for, shared ..tiete use of
public and. atacechial..schools. It
called both provisions "less obvi-
ous violations of the separation ef
Church and state." The AAJi
said that it did not knew of any
school district where the shared
time idea had shown "meaninf
ful workability."
It said this provision would give
riculum was completed, parents of
all students would have several op
tions at their own expense.
One would be to enroll their
children In new public schools, re-
ligious or other. Another would
he to have their children attend
special classes in public school.
for gifted childeen or remedial
. purposes, er. ether needs.
This proposal would relieve the
religious school of the costs of sub-
jects other than religious educa-
tion. Parents who did not want re
ligiou* education for their children
would have the chance to give their
children any special training. Pub-
lic schools would not be involved
in sharing time with religious au-
thorities who in turn would not
determine content of the public
school curriculum. Finally, said the
bill, even in Louisiana. There is instead the despairing sense that it
is had but inevitable. Gov. Wallace of Alabama has many .adherents j private groups, religious and oth-
in the South outside of his state, but they won't martyr .themselves 1 ers, "an official and sanctioning.
for his cause. 1 role in determining what shall be] AAJE. children would attend class-
Oo the other side, among the Negroes in Louisiana, there is a quiet ^.taught in the public school." which, es as individuals,
expectation of victory as a consequence of what has bean happening in it called a requirement for in-
Selma. Montgomery and Washington. trusion" of religious groups into
One of the colleges at which I spoke was Southern University in ; public education.
Baton Rouge, with a long tradition as a Negro university. 1 found the : Tne AAJE said that shared time Temple Beth Am post-confirm-
students confident about the future, along with their realism about the -creates a sense of religious divi- ands n(nv in lne ,2th grade, will be
struggles that still lie ahead. I found militants and moderates among sjon because blocs of children from honored at special Friday evening
them, in pretty much the proportions one would find in a northern uni- parochial schools are sent for in-' servjccs this week and receive a
versity. Best of all. I found faculty members who while deeply struction in the public schools as gjft indicating that they have corn-
committed to the civil rights cause had managed to preserve an independent units." It said it was 1 p(eted 12 years in the Religious
objective attitude in studying the white supremacists as well as their "shocking" that the Congress g c n 0 Q | p0st-G
Temple Beth Am
own people.
If Houston is an index of Texas attitudes, one can be optimistic
about the state. The voting bill does not affect Texans. because the
state has no registration rituals or literacy tests, being one of the four
remaining poll tax states.
et *
There is a strong movement here to repeal the tax, or at least to
shift the poll tax month from January closer to the primary and elec-
tion dates, which would probably result in a larger number of Negro
voters. The Negro voter and the Latin (Mexican-American) voter are
already a force in the Texas elections. As they get better schooling :
and come to feel more confident, they will became a major force.
The great force for change in the South will, I am convinced, be
the growing number of young men and women clamoring for a college
training. In the last few years the South has moved far in industrial
ization. The skyline of the cities shows it, the industrial complexes on
the outskirts show it. Once you get a good job in these little corporate
domains you have a certain security for a long time to come. Both
white and Negro youngsters are trying to prepare themselves for such
jobs, and for that they need training in industrial high schools, in
colleges, in graduate schools.
In Texas a young Negro with any sort of talent at all can set out to
climb this ladder. He is moving into the universities, and as more
of the formerly private universities come into the state system they
must open their doors to him. Meanwhile his family is moving into
residential areas that formerly tried to keep them out. And in one
or two of those areas the white families, instead of fleeing, have deter-
mined to stay.
* *
One of the striking recent developments in Texas has been the
experience of the Texas liberals in trying to assess their native son,
Lyndon Johnson If one had forgotten that in his own state Johnson
has been a prophet without honor in the ranks of the liberals, one re-
calls it again on a Texas visit. The Texas liberals are Populists, and
they decided some time ago that Johnson was an opportunist who play-
ed the winning side.
Now they are having to revise their assessment of him, and the
thing has them a little bewildered and punchdrunk. On the Selma
crisis and the voting legislation he has taken a sharp, unqualified legal
and moral position. On his anti-poverty campaign, on educational sub-
sidies, on medicare, he has shown his earnestness.
They always knew he was a.good political tactician, but now he
surprises them by what seems like a commitment to the goals toward
which the tactics are directed. He has (even made a .pact with tus
former Texas enemy, Sen. Yarborough, whose Texas Populism has
always pleased-the liberals. Now they are wondering whether it is
Johnson who has grown and changed, or whether they were wrong
about him before.
I am speaking, of course, of a minority ef Te-xans and a minority
even of the Texas Democrats. For Texas is still a conservative state.
But it is changing, as the South as a whole is having to change.
The days when Lyndon Johnson had to wage a mortal battle
against Allan Shivers are past partly because Johnson triumphed,
despite the ability and resourcefulness of Shivers. There are still
Texas Democrats who axe conservative Republicans in disguise.
But the future does not belong to them, or to the Republican prim-
itives like Sen. lower.
It belongs to a generation coming out of the universities which
wants a chance for good work and the good life, and believes there is
enough of both for whites and Negroes alike to share.
. Jonfirmation Club,
would legislate so 'rashly." chaired by Jud Marcus, will have
The AAJE proposed an alterna- its next meeting on Apr. 12.
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Tha memories of Pissovtrs gone bythe search ami sale of the Chtitetr-Grandp*
poking acowd the kitchen, making the horseradish and HieOentaei tottim aw. Wo
new wit ef dDtnes and shoespockets full of hazel nuts-end almnnrts inikmsljr
waiting for thi Steer to startUncle lot and Awt Sadie wen always latethe whole
tarutry together-Grandpa looking likt a king proofing the pUlow en the task betide
htm-Crantme Mred after biking and cooking all day but "My Ma Ike" my Queen, he
called her-the Kietesh and then my turn for "Ha ttliitwW* tat; the answer give*
with Grandpa's voice ringing out over aftthe first half of the Hagadaa almost over-
even the bitter herbs tasted so goodhieit It was always "strong"-**! were tew
petted te eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg. and salt waterend
then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better thaa Grandmawe ate eel
ate and then the "ttedwT-tnd the rest of tht llagadW wlwaw earn cap* of
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-j the y*rmulke as a *ym-
(rtwir movement.
Abraham Hesctol, of the
,ThclosKai Seminary, was
,? Bev. Martin Luther
--ake a position of honor at
pi.d of 'he marchers. He
with Dr. Kalph Bunche.
LtreUrv ot the United Na-
'aad the 82 year-old grand-
a a Negro youth slain re-
5v Alabama police. The
[i.,mpleted the day's march
P -( distance
5. jailed by "ie Selma po-
l, ::_ the weekend for partici-
[?1<>iinm-t nil ions conducted
I evening services in the Sel.
i; ,1 was learned. Five rab-
Lkd Hebrew prayers behind
[tars. They have since been
,(l on bond. An estimated 10
Itoois took part in the march
ttgan yesterday.
.. Coopersmith. Washington.
Elector of the American Jew-
p -nittee. was in Selma with
Unit tnim his organization
is' the demonstrators in any
legible. An expert in com-
1 relations and human rights
Mr. Coopersmith is help-
acilitate the aims of the
kuation. Benjamin R. Ep-
fcauonal director ot the An-
riiiion League of B*nai
ieri a contingent of ADL of-
the man h
March in Yarmulkes
Paq* 7-HP
11 1 1
From various citios, Jewish
community loaders camo to Sol-
ma, among thorn Mr. and Mrs.
Don G. Lobby, representing the
Jewish Community Federation of
Cleveland, Ohio. A considerable
number of the white youths who
came to Alabama to join the
march, affiliated with such
groups as the Students Non-Vio-
lent Coordinating Committee and
the Congress of Racial Equality,
were of Jewish faith.
(Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath.
i president of the Union of American
I Hebrew Congregations, said in
1 New York today that he will join
[other Reform rabbis and laymen
1 from all parts of the country par-
' ticipating in the march from Selma
to Montgomery. At the same time
; he called upon the 660 member
synagogues of the UAIIC to 'launch
a vigorous educational program to
rally public sentiment for the
strongest and most effective vot-
ing registration bill")
UM Rights Commission
Opens GehevaTileeting
Continued from Page 1 A
this problem has long ceased to
be of exclusive European con-
cern. Reasons for refusing extra*
dition wore either "the political
nature of the deeds" or, more f re-
queotly, the existence of local
statutes of limitation.
WJC leaders have been assured
that a draft UN Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms of Relig-
ious Intolerance would, if ratified
by the higher organs of the UN
in its present form, fully meet the
needs of Jews who are suffering
I discrimination in the exercise of
their religious freedom in various 1
parts of the world.
Reporting to the WJC American
I Section on the draft convention
I formulated by the UN Sub-commis-
: sion on the Prevention of Discrim-
i ination and Protection of Minori-
ties, Dr. Maurice L. Perizweig. who
participated in the meeting on be-
half of the WJC, described the doc-
ment as "without doubt the most
important step taken in the United
Nations to ensure genuine relig-
ious freedom in all its member
states."
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Friday. March 26


Hate Writing Ban Progresi
left to right are Dr. Archibald K. Stewart, president, Inter-
American University of Puerto Rico; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
spiritual leader of Temple Israel; Archbishop Louis Aponte
Martinez, of San luan. Dr. Narot spent the week of Mar. 1
'ecturing on Judaism on behalf of the Jewish Chataugua So-
ciety in San Juan.___________________
Continued from Pao 1-A
rional trade movements nd
countless local service clubs,
congregations and associations
have played no small part in
arousing the favor with which
our approach to Parliament has
been met."
He said that present laws were
not sufficient and that amendments
were needed "to accomplish our
purpose" He said the approach
wa- fiat peddlers of hate should he
brought under "legal quarantine
ci control, even as the law of the
state recognizes its duty to protect
its citizens from contact with
plague, disease and crime. Hate is
all of these and more. Its epidemic
propensity for evil is all too well
known to us Jews."
In a related report, the Canadian
Jewish Congress summarized ef-
forts to cope with the problem,
which it said included the task ot
disabusing public opinion of the
idea that "the law upholds some
kind of inalienable right to convey
UN Hears Israel-Arab Complaints
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
t jmplaints and counter-complaints
the United Nations and armed
clashes on
heightened
this week.
the bi>rder
Israel Arab
marked
tensions
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Israel complained to the Securi-
ty Council that for two weeks
Syrian armed forces had "wanton-
ly and repeatedly" attacked Israeli
civilian activities in Israel terri-
tory.
Ambassador Michael Comiy,
Israel's permanent representa-
tive, made the charge in a letter
to the Council. He said that the
Syrian attacks had created "a
tense and dangerous situation"
near Almagor, a border area in-
cluding Korazim, target of much
of the recent shooting.
In one of the attacks, an Israel:
was killed and four were wounded.
The attacks were aimed at tractors
working land which Syria said was
Syrian and I>rael said was Israel.
Comay said that the Syrian chief
of stalf had promised the UN
Truce Supervisory head. Gen. Odd
Bull that the attack- would cease.
attacks. In the crossfire. Israel
said, tractors, bulldozers and other
heavy equipment assembled by
Syria for the water diversion proj-
ect were hit. Damascus said one
tractor driver was killed.
Jordan filed two complaints
against Israel, charging Israeli
"dangers" to the peace and se-
curity of the area. The letters
charged Israel with "aggression"
in the Latrun na and of en-
dangering peace with a military
parade in Jerusalem on May 4,
Israel's Independence Day.
The Latrun charge, which includ-
ed no specifics, involved Israel's
cultivation of farm lands in the
Latrun demilitarized zone near
Jerusalem which both countries
have been plowing for years with-
out objection. Jordan said it had
been assured by the UN thai Israel
would hold its main parade in Tel
Aviv, not Jerusalem, but com-
plained anyway that Israel planned
to hold a "symbolic" military pa-
rade in Jerusalem that day.
patent lies, incitement to violence
and the advocacy of forceable sup-
pression of the rights of others."
The CJC said that the legisla
tion it sought would give individu-
als "a completely free choice of
expressing themselves" but with
notification to them of "the legal
risks they run if their use of free-
dom of expression goes too far in
the circumstances."
Among advances cited by the
CJC was the suspension of mail
privileges of the National States
Rights Party of Birmingham, Al-
abama, and the sustaining of the
ban by a Board of Review in Ot-
tawa. Two private bills before
the Canadian Parliament on the
problem, introduced by David
Orlikow of Winnipeg, and Milton
Klein of Montreal, r before the
Parliamentary Committee on Ex-
ternal Affairs. The committee
has heard several witnesses.
In its decision to ban the hate
mailings by the National States
Rights Party of Birmingham, the
Board of Review had called that or-
ganization's materials "indecent."
"obscene" and "immoral." The
three-man board, headed by Jus-
tice Dalton Wells, of the Ontario
Supreme Court, compared some ol
the publications sent out here by
the Alabama racists as comparable
to the "obscene" anti-Semitic pub-
lications of the German Nazis un
der Hitler.
A committee of specialists in
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As he was submitting the letter.
r> new affray was reported, this one
involving Syrian machinery for a
pioject to divert the Banias River, Pr-USY Meet
a Jordan River tributary. The Da-
mascus Radio said that Israel had
deliberately invaded the area with
tanks and shot up equipment work
ing on the project Israel retorted
that, as in prior cases, it was the
Syrians who had opened fire The
attacks in the Dan area involved
Syrian rccoiles? guns and Israel had
to use tank guns to silence the

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the task ot working om anel>i
bill to deal with the problem
committee is responsible toll
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Leon D. Fisher, executive]
rector of Jewi>h Family and (
(iren's Service, was scheduled 1
serve as chairman of a
Service Association o[ ._
Executives Workshop this
Charleston. S.C.
Fisher is leading a disci
Friday on interpretations
Economic Opportunity Act
relates to family service age
Delegates to the Southea
Region Workshop of FSAA
also scheduled to report on t
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in their agencies.
Mrs. Dorothy Cason. ue
* director of Family Service!
was on the agenda for an
regarding per-onnel problen
social agencies
and girls of 11 and 12. will have a
membership meeting in the social
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Temporary officers of the group
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Cantor William W. Lipson is
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1965
"Jtnist fkvfdlian
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Erhard's Emissary Delayed
i.,
be ei the: 36 2 3 percent increase on behalf of the 1965
ted r -ish Appecl was registered by Biscayne Point
Lsictents 2! :r.eir CIA breakfast held at the home of Mr. and
li~ tarry 3 issmaili Bespondinq .o Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, 1965
I : who was the morninq's gueit speaker, they
Bedaed ;- ::.ding additional support to the 41 agencies of
CIA rot.-. : :ne and abroad. Shown (left to riqht) are Suss-
Vzi. Miitor 3uynor, Ben Giller and Dr. Lehrman.
mnedy Gift to Einstein
Connnt-j ''im Pag* 1* I provide an associate director of the :
Center and to support Kennedy;
lor.- ed Hw fi >" which lh |.t.n()tts or scholars in the Center.
Sen. Kennedy said the Center!
jicl that $1,000,000 would represent a major step for-1
l grant will be v ard in research in the field, add-
d the Center and tag that the key aspect would be
will be paid to the emphasis on "multi-disciplin
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JERUSALEM (JTAi Dr.
Kurt Birrenbach, VV e s t German
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's spe-
cial emissary, who w;is to return
to Bonn Sunday after a second
round ol conferences with Prime
Minister Levl Kshkol on issues
still outstanding in connection with
Bonn Jerusalem rapprochement.
postponed his departure until Mon-
day. ,
He was awaiting further instruc-
tions from Bonn regarding some
Important issues noi yet resolved
between the two governments. The
Issues include Israel's demand that
Bonn keep its agreement to aid
Israel armament by supplying the
lemainder of weapons not yet!
shipped: and the timing and other
details about establishment of full
diplomatic relations, to which both
governments have now agreed.
Regarding the arms deal, Dr.
Birrenbach hat reportedly of-
fered financial compensation for
the remainder of the weapons
agreed to under the old arrange-
ment, but Israel has thus far
refused to accept money in lieu
of arms, insisting on the princi-
ple involved. As to the envisaged
exchange o f ambassadors be-
tween the two governments. Dr.
Birrenbach appears to have been
authorized by Bonn to include
that agreement in a joint com-
munique which would state it has
been reached in principle. Bonn
apparently wants to delay im-
plementation of the diplomatic
agreement until a later date.
It is assumed here that Chancel-
lor Erhard wants leeway on both
issues, while he is still trying to
appease the Arab states. But Is-
rael insists she cannot view its
relations with West Germany in
the context of Bonn's relationship
with the Arab states. Unless agree-
ment between Mr. F.shkol and Dr.
Birrenbach was reached by the lat.
ter's departure Monday, the Er-
hard emissary may have to go
home, and return again with new
instructions at the end of this week.
In his latest series of talks here.
Dr. Birrenbach brough to Mr. Esh-
kol replies from Dr. Erhard con-
cerning a number of questions
posed by Israel earlier. Israel is
understood to have agreed to a
German proposal of aid reported
to be in the range of $50,000,000
annually for a number of years. Re-
garding the ambassadorial issue.
Bonn Is said to prefer to estab-
lish its Israeli embassy in Tel
Aviv, rather than in Jerusalem.
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and Mr. Eshkol is believed to be
ready not to press that matter.
The question of the German sci-
entists at work on sophisticated
weapons in Egypt had also been
brought into the Eshkol-Birren-
bach talks, with the German en-
voy insisting that only one ma-
jor German scientist, Wolfgang
Pilz, is still in Egypt. He said
that three ranking German sci-
entists recently left Egypt, and i
that his Government would "re-
main alive to the problem."
Israeli sources confirmed press
reports from Bonn to the effect thai
Dr. Erhard issued his proposal for
establishment ol diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel only after the
German leader had received an ul-
timatum on that issue from Kain-
or Barzel, chairman of Dr. Erhard's
own Christian Democratic Party.
Mr. Barzel had reportedly issued
that ultimatum to his Chancellor
. after returning from a visit to the
United States and emphasizing that
there had been sharp reactions
among non Jews against Bonn's
intended surrender to Egypt's
! President Nasser.
According to these reports, Mr.
Barzel had threatened to split the
; Christian Democratic Party and
bring down the Erhard Govern-
ment. It was only then, the report*
stated, that Dr. Erhard sent new
instructions to Dr. Birrenbach. wi
was already enn ute to Israel, re-
garding the offer of diplomatic
relations.
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| 59th PL, every Wednesday evening.
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%mm& Eshkol in London for Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
been labeled here and in Israel
as a 'private" visit, in conse-
quence of which no set agenda had
been fixed for his meetings with
the British Government leaders.
However, the Israeli chief of
Government will have at least
two formal talks with the top-
most memoers of the British
Government. He was to be Mr.
Wilson's guest at a dinner Thurs-
day at 10 Downing St., the Prime
Minister's official residence, and
will be honored at another din-
ner Friday at the Foreign Office.
Among the matters expected by
the British press to be discussed
are the Arab plans for diversion
of the headwaters of the Jordan,
Kiver. which Mr. Eshkol has called i
Israels lifeline." and possibly an
Israeli request for an Anglo-Israeli I
ami deal. The very absence of al
,-et agenda for the formal talks will
make it possible for both sides to;
bring up whatever subjects inter-
est them most urgently.
Press speculations here In -1
vance of the Eshkol visit expreJ
the opinion that a possible IsraeS 1
request for British arms may cau,l
a quandary for Britain becjJ
any increase in Britain's pre
'modest" scale of arms aid tok]
rael would elicit immediate stnZ]
reactions from Egypt. Bnuiljl
Minister of Defense. Denis Healer I
has reportedly been ordered A
stand by to join the talks with It]
Eshkol. especially after the lattefi
talk with Foreign Secretary Stei
art.
Mount Sinai Hospital's SI.500,000 construction began Monday
vith Maj. and Mrs. Albert Warner, donors of the Albert and
bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care, and Mrs. Basil
Heatter, donor with her mother, Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan,
or the expansion of the S. Harvey Greenspan Out-Patient
avilion and new Rehabilitation Center, participating in the
utvemonies. Twenty trustees were present to "cheer" both
Maj. Warner and Mrs. Heatter as they assisted in driving the
;rst pile for this new construction for Mount Sinai Hospital.
State Dep't. Fails To
Block Boycott Study
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
,s -He Department made a bold but
1 (successful attempt this week to
I event Senate action against the
Arab boycott by blocking hearings
1 1 the VVilliams-Javits Bill.
The anti-boycott bill's Sponsors.
S n. Harrison Williams. New .ler-
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sey Democrat, and Sen. Jacob K.
Javits. New York Republican, were
asked by high State Department
officials to abandon plans for hear-
ing because President Nasser of
Egypt might take oftense at testi-
mony on Arab boycott tactics. The
Senators rejected the appeal.
The officials were Douglas Mac-
Arthur 2nd. Assistant Secretary of
i State for Congressional Relations.
! and Phillips Talbot. Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs. They called in person on
the two Senators with an urgent
appeal that Egypt be spared criti-
cism by the Senate because the
American position in Cairo might
be weakened.
The Williams Javits measure
would protect American commerce
1 from the Arab boycott practices.
It has gained the support of 31
Senators and hearings are expected
to be held this spring by the Sen-
ate Committee on Banking and
Currency.
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Am will hold its annual interfaith
1 dinner on Wednesday, Apr. 7. at 7
p.m., in the Social Hall.
Appearing on a panel with Dr.
Herbert M. Bauragard will be Rev.
Neil Wyrick. of the Palmetto Pres-
byterian Church, and Msgr. John
, O'Dowd. of the Church of the
Epiphany
.Men's Club members of both
churches will be guests.
Jack Dulberg is in charge of ar- j
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- March 26, 1965
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Page 11-A
Women Stow Away on Shalom
Uy YORK (JTA) A 38-
tt4l\d oman, who claims she
I ber 12-year-old daughter are
Lsh was on a two-week Carlb-
L cruise this week on the Is-
Ui liner, the Shalom, which she
,fcer daughter boarded in Haiti
twavays.__________
Mrs. Evelyn Marigliano. who was
born in Hungary, and her daughter,
who was born in France, boarded
the liner in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
in the mistaken belief it was bound
for Israel where she seeks entry |
as a Jew.
New York, U. $. immigration of-
ficials refused to allow her to
land because the only document
she had was an expired French
passport. The officials described
the pair as persons "without a
country."
When the Shalom docked in Officials of the Zim Line, own-
ers of the Shalom, said that she.
and her daughter had been as-j
signed a cabin and that Mrs. Mar-
igliano had been given "housekeep-
log duties" for the duration of the]
cruise. The officials said that Is-
raeli authorities were investigat-
ing the woman's claims to entry
under the Law of the Return.
If the claim is accepted, they
added, the woman and her daughter
could leave the Shalom in Israel.
Red Cross Open Noose
Open House and coffee will be
held at Red Cross headquarh .
5020 Biscayne Blvd., from 11 a n.
to 2 p.m., next Tuesday. The turn-
tion will be the final highhgkt 4
National Red Cross Recruitmt it
Month observed in March. Mod i
will parade in uniforms depict! -
each of the community service
performed by Red Cross w>l -
teers.
On Sunday, March 28th, Combined Jewish Appeal will have
a Million Dollar Plus Campaign Leadership Breakfast
We invite you to join us at the Fontainebleau Hotel
at 10:30 A.M. to salute the dedicated men and women of the
community who helped to make this Million Dollar human-
itarian achievement possible
Dr Irving Lehrman, 1965 CJA Chairman, James Aberman, Leonard Abess. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Louis W. Adler, William Agranove, A. J.
Alexander Ellis Amdur, Sidney D. Ansin, Ralph Apple, R. Williams Apte, L. Jules Arkin, Lester Arkin. Harold Aronberg, Col. Jacob M.
Arvey S Ronald Barnette, J. William Baros, Jr., Mrs. Frances Beckerman, Albert J. Beer, Morris Berger, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Irving
Berlin Mrs William Binder, Joseph Birnbaum. David Blank, Jerry Blank, Sam Blank, Mrs. Philip Bloom, Robert D. Blum. Jr., Herbert
Blumberg William Bornstein. Samuel Botway. Marvin Bransdorf. Aisig Brener, Louis Bresler. Mrs. Richard Bnckman, Morns Broad
Shepard Broad, Joseph E. Brooks, Richard Buchbmder, Joseph Budowsky, Dr. Sol Center. Leo A. Cha.km. Edward Cohen, Joseph
Cohen. Dan Crav.tt, Ben Cutler. Joseph Denmark. Jack Diamond. Ed Dokson. Robert Eichenbaum, Leo E.senstem. Walter Falk. Mrs.
Aaron Farr. Paul Faske. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. Dr. Herbert Feinberg. M,chael Feld Miss Bea Feidmen. Robert MJjJLS"
F.ne Joseph Fleder Dav,d B. Fleeman. Irving Frankel, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mayshie Friedberg. Samuel N. Fnedland, Murray Friedman.
Sdne Cans. Samuel Gerson. A.ex G.nsbufg. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Dr Arthur Albert. George Go dberg, Sam
Goldman. Burton B. Goldstein. Edward Goldstein. Mrs. So. Goldstein. Dr. Elliot Gordon, Paul Gordon. Mrs M .ton.Green Dr. J A
Greenhouse A A Grunhut. Nathan Gumenick, Jerome Halpern. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Ernest E. Hams. Louis Harris. Marshall
S Ha nS Sam JHeman Daniel Neal Heller. Jerome Herskowitz. Albert Hirsch, Albert J. Hirsch, Lee Howard, Dr. Norman Jaffee.
Ern?st7anrD,ck?urmaa,nDIa;on M. Kanner', .rving Kap.an. Leon Kap.an. Mr. and Mrs. ^^^^^^'^\^
Irvmg Kern. Jay I. Kis.ak. Max Ko.ker. Mrs. Inez Krensky. George Kronengold. Mrs. F orence KuPPe.^ 'r^I
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Le.court. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Jerry M. Le.chuk. Dr. and Mrs Irving Leman Sam C- Levenson. Robe
Levin, Dave Levinson, Joseph M. Lipton. Ronald Upton. Hy L.pzin. HerbertLog.n Sam Luby. Jj-. E"geno Mann. Dave Mehn Robert
Merritt. Baron deHirsch Meyer. Morns M.nov. Harry M.zrach. Ira Mogul. H. J. Molasky. Emi1 ^"J^^^
Alex Muss, Kenneth M. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Van Myers Samue. Norkeen MkM ^^"ZK Jacob
E Albert Pallet. Norton Pallet. S. Rona.d Pallet. Nat Pollack. A. R.chard Pollock, Sam ^AS^^SSL^Si S Rub n
Rabmowitz, Morns Rabinowitz. Dr. Maurice Rich, Joseph M. Rose. Leonard Rosen. Herschel Rosenthal W.H.am S^"^'^^"
M,chae. Ruden. Dr. Lester A. Russ.n. Philip Saks. Jack L. Sand.er, Mr* MMMd^'"J'fJ'^^JE^ Mrs BeneS
Mrs. S.dney Schwartz, Ju.ius Seidman, Dame. Sep.er. John Serb.n. Mrs Robert Shap.ro Fred *****<** ^3^"s^nhoff Mr
Silverman. Pete Si.verman. Mr. and Mrs. Larry SHverman, Mrs. Sol S.lverman, Harry S.rk.n Lou, Snatm.n Mrs. Sam S.monhoM M
and Mrs. Milton S.rkin, Max Sockloff. George Sogg, Abe Solosko, ^MJ>ir^*^^i. MaW Spnntz, Herman Stem, Morton Stein. Jack Stein. Ben Steinmu.ler. Arnold Stern. E w.nlI Stern^ Fred ^^^JJJ;^6
Tal.anoff, Joseph Te.te.baum. Max Temch.n. Byron J. Topol, Mrs. ^ardJr^ ^Tl^ZJ^ .Wta,tWnm Louis
We.sbard, Maxw'el. H. We.sblatt. Arthur Weiss, She.dor, We.s. M.lton We.ss^ax Jg^J^ ZSSXSFS^lSL
Wolfson, Bernard Yaffe, Leonard Z.gman. Larry Zirn, Joseph P. Zuckerman, .rving senau .
Joseph Goodman. Charles Reskin. Joseph H. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sussman, Arthur Horewrtz.
Special Guest: Pierre Salinger, Presidential Press Secretary
to John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson
Campaign Chairman's Report:
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Reservations and information maybe obtained by phoning FR.3-QU1


Page 12-A
^JenisHtcricfiatv
Friday, Mmch ad
Hebrew Acad. Announces New Brar
Rabbis of Area Pledge Their Full St
Mount Sinai Hospital Founders Club announ-
ced at its annual dinner dance las* Sunday
evening the enrollment of three new founders,
in addition to the six who joined recently and
who were honored that evening. Membership
is a minimal contribution of $50,000 to the hos-
pital. Shown above are the three who announ-
ced 'heir membership Sunday evening. Left
to riqht are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rothenberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Rosenberq, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Reskin. Also honored were Abe
Gevirtz, Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Robert Z.
Greene, Samuel Kipnis, Nathan Manilow and
Maurice L. Marcus, bringing the Founders
Club membershp to a total of 90.
Miriam Weiss is all smiles over the good news advisinq her
that she is a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship. Shar-
ing 'he news with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss, is
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy. Miriam, now a senior at Miami Beach Senior High
School, attended the Hebrew Academy during her elemen-
tary and junior high years, graduating with the highest honors
in June, 1962.
Chancellor Erhord's Emissary
Ends Talks With Premier Eshkol
Play Scheduled
Here Saturday
A new play commissioned by the
Plays for Living Division of the
Family Service Association of
America will be presented Satur-
day. 9 a.m.. in the Bal Masque
Room of the Americana Hotel.
The production, To Temper the
Wind."' is directed In Gertrude
Marx. Cast includes Robert Segal.
Susan Taksier. Pearl Rubin, Bev-
erly and Gertrude Marx.
The play is being given for the
Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County, which is in the process of
establishing a Home-maker Ser-
vice, according to Ted Johnson,
chairman of the llomemaker Com-
mittee
Ner Tamid Sisterhood
Ner Tamid sisterhood, will hold
it- regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday noon, followed by card
games Mrs Eugene Schwarz is
i resident.
Continued from Page 1-A
I) ie< i ,i in : im i]
1 to he
i I out i; -liable Israeli sources
expressed satisfaction with the
talks with the German envoy n
is believed that on the major ques-
1 I West Get in.in supply of the
remainder of the arms it had prom-
ised to Israel and suddenly cut off
several weeks a^>. under pressure
by Egypt, a for m u 1 a has been
evolved and awaits only final ap-
proval by Dr. Erhard.
In regard to the German scien
rl. ill EgJ pi mi -. :
gainst Israel i' nn I
ed Israel thai
its utmost .n in:' area of contro-
Germany is said to has, e told
Israel that most of the German
missile and rocket scientists in
Egypt had already returned to
West Gefmany, and that no more
Cerman scientists are ^oing to
Egypt. In regard to the exchange
of ambassadors, the agreement is
said to include a clause t "o ,nt'
German- the riaht to open their
embassy in Tel Aviv, instead of in
Jerusalem.
DEAUVILLE
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Metropolitan Opera Star,
conducting
ft. PASSOVER
SEDERS
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Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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ON THE 0CAN AT 67th STREET. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Officials Of the Hebrew Academy
ol Create! Miami. 24(10 Pine Tree
Dr., this week announced plans for
a branch of the school in North
Dade County.
The branch will be located at the
forth Dade YMIIA. 14036 NE 6th
Aw and serve students of the pri-
mary grades, officials said The
branch of the Academy is planned
to start operation in September.
The Hebrew Academy, the only
Hebrew-English day school south
of Baltimore, with a complete el-
ementary, junior high and high
school department, now s.*rves_ j
more than 425 students in its Mi"
mi Beach campus. The school
was founded in 1948.
Plans for the branch in North
Dade include full study classes
and playground facilities It will
be designed to serve families in
the North Dade and South Broward
areas.
Hebrew Academy president, Louis
Merwitzer, said. "With the phe-
nomenal growth of the North Dade
area, there is a growing need for
a school offering an Academy type
Ol education. This Hebrew Acade-
my branch will help serve the Jew
ish educational needs of the North
Dade and South Broward commun-
ities."
Merwitzer said the branch school
would include students from Miami
Shores. North Miami and North
Miami Beach and all municipali-
ties in South Broward County. Bus
transportation will be provided for
the student body.
The action to operate a Hebrew-
Academy branch in North Dade im-
mediately received lull coopera-
tion from the North Dade rabbin-
ic group, who pledged "complete
assistance" in the endeavor.
Spiritual leaders include Rabbi
Jonah Caplan, Adath Yeshurun;
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz, Yehu-
dah Moshe; Rabbi Harold Rich-
ter, B'nai Raphael; Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber, Young israel; and Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah.
Hebrew Academy principal Rab-
bi \le\ander S. Gross, said the
branch will be fully accredited by
the Florida State Department of
Education, and offers a full day of
-todies, including Hebrew and re-
ligious classes in the morning and
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*Jmlsli ftrridfor
Paqe 13-A
P
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Robert Kennedy to Present NCJW Award
In Memory of JFK at Convention in N.Y.
rxert Cimmittee (left to right) standing
-; Sarah Nosh, Abraham Fraidlm, H.
- San-. Kopkind, Morris Yudewitz.
Fiiedberg. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs.
Mason. Mrs. Nathan Bookspah.
eldmar. and Harry Rosen. Seated (left
are Mrs. Max Affachiner. Simon Tet-
tcm
enbaum. Mordecai Yardeini. Mrs. Miriam
Press, Joseph Friedman. Morris Minov, Benja-
min Appel, Leon J. Ell. and vice president.
William Bornstein. Others on the committee
(not shown) are Max AffadiirfeT; Mrs. Martha
Heller. David M. Stein. Morris Berick. Mrs. Eva
Blum, and Mrs. Lillian Goodman.
Gather for Jewish National Fund Purim Seudah
. i rsons gathered last
Seudah spon
, j, ,. National Fund
. Greati i Miami in Ui'
,..-UU H '
iayer \ itz, spirit-
,i |, p. Uenorah and
the JXF Southeast
in | "the importance
. ,,.!, \ itional Fund to
eclamation and offoresta-
ell .,- i >: defense "
_ before the capacitj au-
\ iramowitz also
i (he !' im holiday.
. I birtl as pre-
l Berman, vice
: .i\i iere, on the oc-
I he Seudah
:,l i i eon .i Ell, presi-
. i,i Miami JNF
ni William B rnstein pre-
mm ie "D .i n ge r
..ll'illl
. Choir <: Beth Torah
".on presented a cantata.
; with the choir were
Gittelson. education di-l
rector of Both Torah. and Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. The can-
tata waa directed by Mrs, Abraham
Gittelson,
Program also included Launa and
Tania in their sister act. accompan-
ied .it Ihe piano by Aida Yaslo. In-
vocation and benediction were by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association oi Greater .Miami.
Dinner Committee included Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz, Diane Af-
fachiner, Max Affachiner, Benja-
min Appel. .lull,hi L. Berman. Eva
Blum, Mrs Nathan Bookspan, Wil-
liam Bornstein, Albert Broad, Mrs
Jacob I). Davis. Isaac Doneii. Ily-
nian fSisenbaum, Leon J. Ell, Har-
ry Feldman, Ezra Finegold, Jacob
Fishman, Abraham Kraidlin. May
stole Friedberg, Mrs Robert Gar-
ber. Miss Esther Goodman. Miss
t.iilian Goodman, Abraham Gross-
man.
Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht.
Martha Heller. Peter F. Heller,;
Sam Kayan. Bernard Katz. Zev W.
Kogan, Sam Kopkind. Dr. Irving
Lehrman, Pauline Levick, Mrs Lou-
is Lustig, Mrs. Abraham Mason.
Gcrshon Miller. Morris Minov. Mrs.
Miriam Press, Isidore Riffkin, Hai-
ry Rosen, Julius Rosenstein, Mrs.
Samuel Sack. Sam Schachno. Irv-
ing Schatzman, Mrs Woli,' Shklair.
Meyer Sieel, lien Silver. Joshua 7.
Stadlan. David Stein. Morris Yude-
wilz, and Dr. Baer Zuckei braun.
THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
" (presumablv quoted from the Daily Oklahoman of Sept. 19.
mother publication for which I can not vouch.)
Noebel concluaes that the Beatles and Communist records,
t'otist Bryan sees it, "are breeding a tremendous race of people
!" going to be mentally ill You can see when these
wpils grow up, we won't be able to defend America."
me what may, "Communism. Hypnotism and the Beatles" is
(hiking pay dirt for Rev. Hargis and his Christian Crusade.
work lull of possibility and missing mainly two: that the
tre shaggy psychiatrists in disguiseor else fully fluoridated.
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APRIL 16-17
Israel and Bonn
Study New Tie
Continued from Page 1-A
lar weapons aid program to Is-
rael, which Bonn halted under
Egyptian threats to recognize
Communist East Germany.
Talks had reached the stage
where names of possible appoint-
ees to the post of Israel Ambassa-
dor to Bonn were being mentioned.
The Parliamentary vote for ap-
proval, following somber debate,
was 66 to 29 with 10 abstentions.
Herut, Mapam and the Communist
parties voted against the motion.
Achdut Avodah and Agudat Israel
abstained. Premier Eshkol summed
up the majority view with the
statement that "in the struggle be-
tween emotion and reason, the
need to strengthen Israel" must tip
the scale toward approval.
In Bonn, meanwhile, the Er-
hard government struggled with a
rash of violent demonstrations by
Arabs against West German Em-
bassies in Arab capitals. Violent
mobs ransacked, looted and burned
the embassies in at least three
Arab capitals while Arab leaders
struggled over the issue of wheth-
er to follow Egyptian President
Nasser's demand that the Arab
states break relations with Bonn.
I recognize Communist East Ger-
i many and seize West German as-
[ sets.
West Germany insisted that
there was no reason why it could
not maintain relations with both
Israel and the Arab countries,
noting that 85 nations currently
were doing so.
Bonn sources also downgraded
the threat of an Arab boycott, as-
sertlng that Wesl German exports
1 to the Arab countries was a very
small pan of total West German
overseas sales.
By Special Report
One-thousand delegates from all
parts of the country are arriving
in New York this week for the na-
tional biennial convention of the
National Council of Jewish Women,
72-year-old educational and ser-
vice organization.
On Thursday evening, Apr. 1,
Sen. Robert Kennedy, of New York,
will present the John F. Kennedy
Memorial Award. The award is be.
ing given to Vice President Hubert
Humphrey and Miss Dorothy-
Height, president of the National
Council of Negro Women, for their
efforts on behalf of the ideals cher-
ished by ttt Nrtp President.
Topping the agenda of key issues
for decision by the Council leaders
are future plans in its work in the
war on poverty and program for
equal opportunity. Sargent Shriver,
director of the Office of Economic
Opportunity, Sen. Jacob Javits of
New York, and Whitney Young Jr..
director of the National Urban
League, are among speakers to
address the convention.
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg. of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. in Englewood. N.J..
will keynote a special convention
session on the challenges of Ameri-
can society today to Jewish com-
mitment. ;it a session on Wednes-
day morning. Mar. 31.
According to NCJW President
Mrs, Joseph Willen, Of New York.
the convention will launch a ma-
jor new NCJW program in Israel
to strengthen education of disad-
vantaged youth there. The women's
leader called the new program
"an outgrowth of the Council's con-
cern for building equal educational
opportunity for children in the U.S.
and abroad, and a natural exten-
sion of our 18-year effort to help
build Israel's educational system."
Dr. Dina Feitelson, an Israeli
woman educator who invented a
celebrated system for teaching He-
brew to disadvantaged North Af-
rican children, and Mrs. Michael
Comay, wife of the Israel Ambas-
sador to the United Nations, will
address a luncheon session on the
problems of underprivileged youth
in their country. Dr. Feitelson is
one of several prominent educa-
tors and social workers talcing
graduate study Iff trie "TJ.iT under
NC.IW's Fellowship Program who
will speak at the convention.
In a special tribute to the United
Nations International cooperation
Year. Ihe NCJW is holding a UN
dinner as part of its first conven-
tion to be held in New York in 25
years. NCJW delegates will meet
with representatives of some 50
member UN nations at the United
Nations headquarters and will hear
an address by U.S. Assistant Sec-
retary of State Harlan Cleveland.
Cantor Bornstein in Talk
Cantor Jacob C. Bornstein. of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
will represent the Jewish Chautau-
qua Society as lecturer at Florida
Presbyterian College in St. Peters-
burg on Wednesday. Apr. 7. The
Cantor will lecture on "The His-
torical Liturgy Of the Jewish Com-
munity."
The Biscayne
Terrace Hotel
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
Kosher Passover
Seder Services
APRIL 16th & 17th
TO BE HELD AT THE STARLIGHT BALLROOM
Under the Superym'en f
RABBI TIBOR H. STEIN
RABBI SIMON APRIL OFFICIATING
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Harriman Buys
An Israeli Suit
I'VE BEEN reading the Israeli pa-
pers, and they are full of poli-
ties about Mr. Harriman's visit
especially. Then 1 came across an
Item which really interested me. It
said that Harriman. accompanied
by the American ambassador,
drove to an Israeli shop, and short-
ly thereafter Mr. Harriman
_ emerged with a new suit of clothe.-.
Spring nas come I understand, rather premature
!y to Israel this year, and Mr. Harriman no doubt
ought a light suit.
I thought like my parents used to say when we
} ut on anything new. 'Wear it healthy."' but I had
-ome misgivings. Hebrew is a sacred tongue.
Showld such a trifling thing as a mans buying a
-uit of clothes be written about in a Hebrew news
paper?
I asked myself, would the Bible have done it;
and then I answered, why of course, the Bible did
.1 Tliere is the story of Jacobs buying a coat ot
:nan\ colors for his son. Joseph. The mistake he
made was in not. at the same time, buying the same
i-ind of coat for his other boys They would not
then have plotted against Joseph and sold him into
slavery, and the Israelites would never have gotten
into Egyptian bondage. The whole subsequent his-
tory of Israel came about from the purchase of this
coat, and it is all in the Bible.
Life is made up of such things as buying suits
i-nd twng shoe laces, and we tend to think too lightly
of them. Martin Buber tells the story of the Jew
uho was asked why he went to the Rebbe. Most
vent for inspiration, but this Jew said he went to
learn how the Rebbe tied his shoe laces This know-
how is important too.
The item in the Hebrew newspaper said the sale
of the suit was negotiated in a very short time. It
-peaks well for Israel's shops. In days of old. Israel
exported only spiritual merchandise: but in the
dispersion. Jews became the clothiers of the world.


UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Religious Bigotry
United Nations
tfJITHIN THE next couple of weeks.
some major developments in the
field of human rights are expected to be
taken by a UN body, the Commission on
Human Rights. Sitting at the UN's Euro-
pean headquarters in Geneva. Apr. IS.
the Commission will consider an 18-
point agenda including II a draft in-
ternational convention on the elinuna
ion ot all forms of religious intolerance.
2i an item headed "The Question 01 Punishment ot
Criminals."
The second item was added to the agenda at the elev-
1 hour, alter the Commission meetings had already
been scheduled, by Ambassador Bohdan Lewandowski. Po-
land's permanent representative to the United Nations.
An ardent anti-Nazi, the quiet but highly effective Polish
A nbassador was upset by the plans for terminating the
period for initiating prosecution of major war criminals
in West Germany after May 8. He rushed an addition to the
( mmission agenda dealing with this topic.
Mr. Lewandowski pointed out that, as far back as 1946.
the General Assembly had adopted a resolution calling
vpon all governments members of the UN or not to
tftke steps "to apprehend, extradite and punish war crim-
ir.ils." He called for a new resolution affecting, again.
all governments (since West Germany is not a member of
the l.Ni to continue to apprehend and punish all war
( minals without setting any cut-off date like the one
in West Germany's statute of limitations.
At that very time. West Germany s Parliament was still
discussing the matter of extending its statute of limita
t OnSi Mr. Lewandowski was taking no chances. He wanted
West Germany and all other countries to be on notice
that the UN would not stand for halting prosecutions of the
war criminals under any pretext, at any time, now or in
the future.
But the main item on the Commission's agenda this
year as acknowledged officially by the UN is the
draft convention on the elimination of all forms of relig-
ious intolerance. That item has been pending in the United
Nations for four or five years. Originally, the matter of
religious intolerance was part of a single proposal em-
bracing also racial intolerance. The USSR, eager always
to let Africans and'other people of color know that the
Soviet Union opposes racial discrimination in theory
succeeded in severing the twin items. A convention bann-
ing racial discrimination was put through promptly. The
religious section was made a separate issue, and sub-
jected to much maneuvering.
Without naming either the Soviet Union or the Jews
under Its jurisdiction, the draft convention is aimed
straight at Soviet persecution of Jewry banning all such
discriminations and persecutions in all countries in the
world. Under the draft convention, Soviet Jews would be
free to practice their faith openly, to form a national
organization representing the Jewish religious community,
to associate with similar organizations abroad.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Sir Jacob Drawn to Jewish Faces
THE LATE sculptor Jacob Ep'
stein in death was hailed as (j
great interpreter of Christian Mys?
tique with his Christ figures an<:
other works. But the "Prince c
Hester Street" as he was known
started oil his painting career as ij
"Jewish" artist it seems.
From the fascinating volume-_
"Jacob Epstein." by Richard Buckf
ley, published some months ago by tne World Pub-
lishing Company, it appears that Sir Jacob, as he was
later known, was drawn to Jewish themes. Among
his early drawings is one titled "Going to Syna-
gogue." another called "Friday Night Prayer'' and
still another called the "Morning Prayer
Epstein has been called the greatest recorder n(
human character since Rembrandt and. like the
Dutch master, he was drawn to Jewish faces.
The curtain over Russia keeps out a good deal of
the light, but every once in a while it manages to
percolate even in brilliance. The most recent instance
was publication of "Hah* Way to the Moon a c>i
lection of new writings from the Soviet Union edit-
ed by Patricia Blake and Max Haywarcl Published
by Holt. Rinehart and Winston, the stories and |x>em.
by young Russian writers prove that art will survive
the clouds ot dictation from Phillistines
.....
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
LBJ is Leaving it to the State Dep't.
Washington 1
THE JOHNSON Administration has now
' reverted to the philosophy of the Eis-I
enhower Administration by turning the
Arab Israel problem completely over to]
the State Department. President John
son teels that special intercession foil
Israel on a White House staff level is no
longer needed. He decided against desig-
nating a replacement for Myer Feldman,
White House special counsel, who re-'
signed recently. Mr. Feldman advised both President Ken-
nedy and Mr. Johnson on the Israeli side of issues sup-
plying information and aspects the State Department chose
to ignore.
The State Department is committed to pursuit of im-
proved relations with Egypt's Nasser if necessary, at
the expense of Israel. The Department is convinced that
Nasser represents the wave of the future in the Near East.
Egyptian-American relations are deemed more important
than the fate of Israel.
But American experts in other capacities in official
Washington are ready to write Nasser off as a Communist
satellite. Included are officials of the Defense Department.
Central Intelligence Agency, and members of Congress.
Nevertheless, the views advanced by Secretary of State
Dean Rusk and Presidential Advisor McGeorge Bundy cur-
rently prevail.
The State Department has sought to minimize the role
oi Nasser in support of the pro-Communist Congolese reb-
els and anti-American actions occurring in Cairo. No re-
sponse was made when Nasser backed the Viet Cong and
denounced the American position in Viet Nam.
When West Germany announced cancellation of arms
shipments to Israel, the State Department sought to evade
any direct action bj the United States. The Department
is fully aware of mounting Soviet arms shipment* to Egypt,
but feels Nasser might react negatively it the Uni
States supplies Israel with balancing arms The De
ment favors continued aid to Nasser despite his diversa
of funds to purchase new Soviet weapons for war |
tions
Secretary Rusk has not recently cautioned the An
against diversion of waters flowing into Israel. But 1
envoy Averell Harriman was specifically in>trocted 1
warn Israel against reacting to such Arab actions
Asked about the American view on diplomatic
tions between West Germany and Israel, the State
ment sought to avoid offending Nasser The Uepartma
would reply only that this was merely a matter concen
Bonn and Israel.
The Department ignored an intelligence evaluata
that the Sino-Soviet bloc feels Nasser is much more 1
to them as a collaborating "neutral." Even if Amw
suspended aid, Nasser would not be wanted in the
Egypt can help infiltrate Africa and Asia more eltectivH,
as a "neutral*' than could a country openly linked withl
world Communist front. Nasser actually does Mo
much more good in world penetration than any ol 1
satellites.
In his first public address after leaving the Wki
House. Mr Feldman predicted a growing Near Easts
crisis and grave danger to Israel.
Addressing a meeting in Cleveland, Mr, Feldrai
warned that the Arabs were preparing for war
Israel. He was deeply concerned about Israel's security
cautioned that, for the first time. Israels enemies Ian
"joined their military forces under a unified command-
the initial step toward war."
He pointed out that the Arabs "are building sophist
cated weapons like guided missiles" and are obtainu
ultra-modern tanks, submarines, and jet bombers In
the Soviet Union. "They have obtained financing ftr I
Italy equipment from oil-rich members of the unitied coa|
niand." he :>aid.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
PTA Count erf ire Against Birchites
BACK IN 1960. when only a few
* inquisitive and knowing news
papermen were starting to alert
the nation to the anti-democratic
practices of the John Birch Socie-
ty, the leader of the Birchers tele-
graphed one of his punches in these
words in the bulletin laying down
the Birch party line:
"Join your local PTA at the begin-
ning of this school year, get your conservative friends
to do likewise and go to work to take it over."
Four and a half years and many skirmishes later,
the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, with
a membership of 12,000.000, has opened counteriire
against this insidious assault upon our free way of
life. The PTA Congress has produced thousands of
copies of a formula for combatting the incursions
of the Birch Society.
The PTA publication points out that modern ex-
tremist groups try to stifle free expression of views
opposed to their own; try to purge school and public
libraries of publications objectionable to them; put
pressures on schools to adopt courses and textbooks
reflecting their views; make irresponsible, veno-
mous, and near libelous attacks on individuals, in-
stitutions, and organizations that disagree with
them; use coercion, intimidation, and even violence
to prevent or force change; project easy, simple,
fast solutions to complex problems; believe in rule
by their own minority; and label any opposition
as disloyal.
More particularly, it is now well known, as the
PTA leaders point out, that the new extremist
groups, including the Birch Society, often set up
front organizations with patriotic names to promote
their own views; specialize in sending out speakers
to promote their anti-democratic ideas; infiltrate
organizations, prolong meetings and hammer
through votes after the weary faithful have gone
home: blacklist educators, clergymen, and author?
not to their liking; and indulge in misrepresentation
at will.
PTA leaders are advised now to get out ahead of
the extremist attacks. Members are urged to name
committees to study extremist groups. PTA tM0
ings are devoted to open discussion of dangers from
this direction. The advice is to bring extremist
charges out into the open, to ask school boards and
library boards to hold public hearings, to seek lull
press, radio, and TV coverage of the proceed
And among the most practical of the suggestion!
is that of urging PTA members to call upon IbO*
who ask loaded, unanswerable questions to rephrM
them. Chances are the interrogators can't '"'cd"*J
they are dishing out prefabricated questions, pickec
up bodily from the extremist doomsday book
Let no one doubt that the John Birch SocWj
is convincing many people that the United Nations,
our greatest hope for keeping armed coin lift coiv
fined to the hot corners of the world, i< the wr*
of Satan. Do not underestimate the siicc ss oi the
Society in robbing the Supreme Court ol a s,zt'ab'J
measure of its stature. When the votes are counteo
against badly needed social reforms, including an"
poverty campaigns and sensible programs of as-
sistance for the aged and infirm, chalk up victories
on the side of retrogression for these tireless m_
anthropes. If Negroes are obliged to fight v*WW
every inch of their way to full citizenship, credit
John Birch Society with helping to convince m
naive that the drive for integration is a Communi
plot.
If the tide does turn, if this pessimism pro*
false, we shall need to thank folks like Mrs lennJ
Moorhead. president of the Congress of Parents
Teachers, who take pains to spell out the ewjj-
attack and summon the energy and will to place
the hands of the honorably indignant the pro^
strategy for frustrating adversaries of democra


Lay, March 26_1965_
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Camp Listings for Jewish Floridian Readers
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Is announced a special track pro-
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[Rabbi Stanley Weiss, local edu-
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T capacity enrollment this year.
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Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein,
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For Boys and GirlsLocated in
Hendersonville. Strict kashmth
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For information and brochures
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UJA Reports Figure of $25,334,000
DETROIT (JTA) Max II.
Fisher, general chairman of the
nationwide United Jewish Appeal,
stated here that early campaign
results reported from nearly 100
communities showed that they had
increased their 1965 results for
both UJA and local Jewish needs
by an average of 11 percent, as com
pared to 1964.
The L.JA general chairman told
members of the organization"* .'it-
man executive committee, meet-
ing at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel,
that 97 communities exclusive
of New York City had reported
$2.1.334.000 raised thus far, as com-
pared with $22,698,000 raised in a
similar period for 1964. The New
York City opening meeting was set
for later this week, he announced.
Mr. Fisher called tho results
thus far "most encouraging."
But he warned that "with only a
quarter of the campaign complet-
ed, American Jews must give
more and work longer and hard-
er" to assure that the total raised
this year exceed* last year's. "It
is urgent that the needs of nearly
three-quarters of a million poo-
pie in Israel and throughout the
world who look to UJA be an-
swered with increased generosity
and harder campaigning," he
said
The meeting also heard Louis A.
Pincus. treasurer of the Jewish
Agency, report that "immigration
to Israel is continuing at an ex- f
ceedingly high level." The last four
years saw 250.000 immigrants come
to Israel. Mr. Pincus declared add-
ing, "This was the longest sus-
tained period of heavy immigration
into Israel since the country's first
lew years.''
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, of
New York. UJA executive vice
chairman, was another >peaker at
the meeting which drew top Ameri-
can Jew ish leaders from more than
a dozen major communities
throughout the country. In other
business at the meeting, the UJA
leaders set plans for sending a
*dy mission of outstanding Jew-
ish communal leaders to Europe
and Israel, next October, to ascer-
tain the problems which will re-
quire American Jewish aid in 1966.
Other matters discussed included
plans for the organization's nation-
al annual conference in December
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
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THE OPENING OF A
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FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13
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Paqe 16-A
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Friday. ;; ...
Jews Urged to Speak Out for Beliefs
By Special Report
WASHINGTON American Jews
ere ur^ed here to "speak out for
what we believe" without fear of
antagonizing other groups or ag-
gravating "anti-Jewish feeling."
The biennial convention of the
American Jewish Congress Nation-
al Women's Division, meeting at
the Shorebam Hotel here, was told
in a keynote address by Aaron
Goldman of Washington:
"Substantial ditferences in opin-
ion between the Jewish community
and other groups are not injurious
to Jewish status or security
"On the contrary, the evidence
is that the hostility kindled by
conflict subsides with the issue,
while the respect that commit-
ment commands is enduring and
cumulative. So let us not be un-
duly concerned when our strong-
ly held views are opposed to
those of other groups."
Goldman, who is chairman of the
National Community Relations
Advisory Council, a coordinating
body of local and national Jewish
groups", noted that within recent
weeks leading Jewish organiza-
tions including the American
Jewish Congress had publicly op
posed provisions of the Administra-
tion's Federal aid-to-education bill
that woul d give aid to church
schools.
"Over the past 15 years." he
said, we have olten been in the
minority in our insistence that re-
ligion must be kept separate from
public education.
"Vet we have achieved not only
vindication in the courts but, in
time, a considerable measure of
support from other religious
groups."
Mr. Goldman said most Jewish
organizations were coonvinced that
"once the public purse is opened
to religiously-operated schools, the
result will be the slow erosion of
our public school system."
He conceded that this view was
unpopular in many Catholic and
! rotestanl circles.
"We may be lonely but we are
not deterred," he added. "Con-
flict is in the nature of society,
and in a free society to suppress
LBJ Mum On
Arms to Israel
WASHINGTON i JTA ) Pres.
ident Johnson declined at his press
conference last weekend to indi-
cate whether h e I'niled States
would provide arms to Israel. He
was asked by one of the correspon-
dents present at the conference the
following question:
"The West German arms sup-
ply to Israel instituted with
Unitel States support has been cut
off. In view of this would the
United States be willing to sup-
ply arms to Israel to maintain a
balance of power?"
President Johnson replied. "We
don't discuss iffy questions like
that. We will give consideration to
the problems and the needs of the
various nations and countries, and
while we have them under consid-
eration we'll try to evaluate them.
If a decision is reached in any area
with any country, why, we will car-
ry it out. But we don't think that
it's desirable to speculate or en-
gage in an) prophesies thai may
not work out."
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In his address to the 600 dele-
ga;c attending the American Jew-
i.-h Congress National Women's
Division (.(invention here. Goldman
emphasized that "all Americans
have a common stake in the pics
ervation of the democracy that
sanctions differences. Even in the
heat of controversy," he said, "we
must remember that conflict is the
indispensable prequisite of change.
"The heat generated by such dif.
(erences is balanced by the warmth
of inttrfaith cooperation lor \ allies
common to all religions: Justice,
mercy and compassion for the un
fortunate."
The American Jewish Congress
Women's i^roup. whose convention
theme was "Meeting the Challenge
of the Great Society." also heard
from two top officials of the Admin-
istration's arJi-poverty program.
Ilyman II. Bookbinder, assistant
director of the Office of Economic
Opportunity, and Dr. Bennetta B.
Washington, director of Women's
Training Centers of the Job Corps,
toid of new techniques and new
weapons in the war on poverty.
Bookbinder said the drive was
"not another welfare program"
but rather an effort that was "de-
termined to get people out of
poverty by breaking the cycle of
poverty from generation to gen-
eration."
Dr. Washington, who is on a
year's leave of absence Irom Car
dozo High School, in one of the Dis-
trict of Columbia's most sevcieh
depressed areas, described the Wo
men's Trainin- (enters of the Job
Corps as "a totally different ap-
proach to breaking the povert\
cycle.
The program takes some of our
most disadvantaged women and re.
moves them from their environ
ment in the hope that a radically
different atmosphere and approach
will help them to understand and
believe in themselves." she de
dared.
The American Jewish Congress
women marked the Jewish festival
il Purim at a banquet session that
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(tudy Group
Irs. Richard A I per, president.
IrrhiMxl i'! Temple lieih Am, has
ounced i !i .1 I a special study
up (or women is being held
(da; mornings from in ti) 11:30
in the Adult Education Room
the Temple.
|r Herbert M, Baumgard is pre-
linit a course in How to Make
br Home Jew sh. "Course covers
[practice ill rituals and holidays
practical problems related to
laim in the family and home.
|r Uillicent Rogers, vice preai
of education, i- chairman of
MRS. IARRY WIIDIAND
MRS. LAURENCE SIIVERMAN
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"World
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. March 26, 1965
Section
Women's Groups Unite for CJA
Women's organizations In t h e
community have banded together
to spur participation in the 1965
CJA l)i\ision campaign by reserv-
ing .i large number of tables in
advance for the 'Luncheon and
Matinee for CJA," it was an-
nounced bj Mrs. Jean c. Lehman
and Mrs. Sidnej M. Schwartz, pro-
duction chairmen.
The event, to which all women of
the community pledging a mini-
mum contribution of $18 to the
Women's Division compaign have
been invited, will take place on
Tuesday noon at the Kden Hoc
Hotel.
The production chairmen an-
nounced that the Jewish Home for
the Aged Auxiliary pledged ten
tables, and the OKT women have
pledged to cover all their board
members for participation in the
event.
MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN
Pioneer Women h a v e pledg
complete coverage <>i their mei
I en hip, and other leading women
organizations in the communi
have pledged their lull efforts to
make this the largest attendan
ever at the S18 minimum luncheo
Production coordinators inclui e
Mrs. Bernard Abel, who is chl
man <>i decorations, and Mrs Louis
n. Mrs Larry Friedland, Mi i.
Milton Green, Mrs, Trudy Hamer-
BCtllag, Mrs Florence Kuppcrm.
Mrs. Laurence Silvc rmau. .Mrs Sol
Silverman, Mrs. Irving Wexler and
Mrs. Paul Wilson, and Mrs Sally
Krone, chairman of prizes.
The matinee performance high-
lighting "Show Time '63" will be
the presentation of excerpts iron
Funny Girl." by Miss Sulie Har-
and. Chicago stage and television
Continued on Page 2-B
going strong!
BURDIN
' re cordial and the
Mc ay i the delightful cock
11 Satur lay night hosted
1 Mrs I *on Manheimer
the return to Miami
*ch "I Dr and Mrs. Jack
Neither; who have been gone
The former Marcia
'"' and Dr, Greenberg are
' two boys and two
Ml Sinai Hospital has
h to snare Dr,
' a lull-time cardiac
li
|Saturria> Mar. M. was a day
"- '" be remembered by teen-
f"' "' Itael S. Vclanev ... In
r morning, the son of Mr. and
I. n a',ei l: v u""'-v observed
1,1 the afternoon, he was
|I'""U",1 ;" reception and lunch-
f,n "eld at the Embers Tavern
Among the um guests were
L ''" "" ". Mr. and Mrs. Na-
osenblum and Benjamin
.."'"'' the Raymond sills, of
I Beach: the r.orU
" Eau GalUe; and it;.,
f \ -"iclow. v.h,, flew down
P "nassw, where he it on
, '' star) oi the Attorney
[,,,''"' ofce, to join h w f.
I
rlilim '?Calites. Mr. and Mrs.
LT'P Mamicl With .her three
Jerry ].,--
.....'"' 'heir three sons'. Mrs.
Maude! and Mrs Leventhal are
-i-t.rs ol Sheila, the celebrant's
mother For the occasion, the
attractive titan hare I Mrs. Vcl-
anev chose an aqua brocade
sheath with matching .jacket and
accessories That even n .
young Michael entertained 40 ol
tn> friends at a party in his home
. An outstanding athlete, as
well a- an excellent student. Mi-
chael is on the Principal's Honor
Roll at Kennedy Junior High.
Not n- the many changes in
the area since their last visit sev-
eral yean ago, New Yorkers Mr
hn ...,. t, ank Gootman, who
. 11 -brated her birthday during
th ir stay, and the Benjamin
Bonus, ol Philadelphia Mrs
Bonn is sister in law ol localite
Evelyn (Mrs. Phillip) Koppel-
man .
Faithful winier visitor Mrs.
Bessie Brodie, who divi les her
time between New York City and
Miami Beach, m a'in- the end of
this yeai 'a stay, to be feted at a
farewoll dinner part" at the Mi-
ami Slimes home ol Mr and Mrs.
,\.a\ iviaysler.
Mrs. Ann Jacobs and daughter
[rene i Mrs J Wm. > Baros host-
, ii si abbai B th
Shirah on Fridaj evening
For Mm. it's a farewell gesture-
Continued o Page 5-B
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*Jewlsti rturldlari
Friday. March 26
Pioneer -Women flw/oy Solomon
In sYariecTE vents
Pioneer
Murray Solomun Post
Diary, Jewish War v
QoUa titir Chapter Oi Pioneer wunecs their annual in.
Women held a regular meeting on offlc(,rj on SaJui(iav ns
m Mlimr -Mrs. Miriam Haipenn,, Minyonaires. 3737 Bird
president, conducted the business | m;i l0mmamler 1* n0uaW
session. Mrs. Nathaniel Sorolf. cul- jj^mjni. Auxiliary
tnral chairman, introduced Mrs. Ni|.s Sy Sua
Edith Jacobson, of the Bureau of |__________
Jewish Education Speakers Bureau, ,lj_|| u
who review the best seller. "Her- ITieiier CMG H
zog." by Saul Bellow.
pre*
holding a reg
ular meet a on Thursday. Apr. 1,
Aviva Chapter \-
r
Are Reelected
l p.m.. in the Community Room
Oi First Federal. 900 NK 125th St.
Dr Sigmund Vogler. past princi-
pal Ol a New York high school, will
otfer readings from ;-hcil<>ni Alei-
chem.
At Kadimah meeting on Tuesday
evening. Apr. 6. at Coral Cables
Federal, Mrs. Milton Green. Coun-
cil president, will show the latest
Pioneer Women film strip, and Mrs.
Veda C.ruber will present a pro
gram of Passover music and lead
a community sing.
Appejtl
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation will
hold a card party on Sunday, 7:30 p.m., at the
Lombardy Ho'el. Committee planing the func-
tion are (left to right) Mrs. Louis Schwartz, Mrs.
Hyman Kolko, chairman, Mrs. Sue Hermon
(seated), Mrs. Max Gutmann and Mrs. Maurice
Goldring. Not shown are Mesdames Harry
Rosenberg, Murray, Rosenberg, Gerald Green-
berg and Al Moskovitz. Proceeds will go to-
ward eguipping the kitchen in the new Beth
Israel Synagogue building.
Tiferelh Jacob Sisterhood
On Saturday, at 9 p.m.. Sisterhood
of Temple Tifereth Jacob is spon-
soring a "Nile Club Site"" at the
Beau Rivage Hotel.
Daniel Neal Heller anrji
S. Harris, hau been
the Young Leadership
the United Jcish
announced tin- eek bv
11 Ranter, ol Cincinnati,!)
man of the Young Leadenal
inet.
Heller, an >' rnej i>
tional cominander of tin
War Veterans and was awjrj
1963 President's Leaderd
a- outstanding young Mi*
the Greater Miami Comb
ish Appeal. Hi- holds top:
tee posts in both the CJA1
Greater Miami Jewish F*
Harris has been an En
Committee member ol F*
and on the Steering Conn
the Combined Jewish Ag
well as co-chairman of 11|
and Professional Count..
old favokit:
'Luncheon and Matinee' to Spur Women's
Participation in '65 Combined Appeal
Continued from Page 1-B
star. Miss Harand presented her
version of "Milk and Honey" before
the Women's Division during the
1PG3 campaign.
Background music and accom-
paniment for the program will be
provided by Martin Rubenstein. pi-
anist, appearing nightly at Chi-
cago's top night spot "Mr. Kel-
ly's." In addition, he is well known
for his appearances on many tele-
vision shows, including the cur-
rently popular "Playboy Pent-
house." His music for Steve Allen
won him an "Emmy" nomination.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1985 cam-
paign chairman and chairman of
the Million Dollar Breakfast which
i will take place prior to the lunch-
, eon, will be the afternoon's fea-
tured speaker.
Dr. Lehrman recently returned
I from a trip to Israel as guest of
former Prime Minister Moshe
1 Sharett. During the mission. Rab-
bi and Mrs. Lehrman, who accom-
1 panied him. visited transportation
sites in Europe from which men.
I women, and children are brought
to a new life in Israel. While on
the trip they also inspected tempor.
ary housing, vocational schools,
and the LTpanim, where Hebrew
is taught to newcomers to Israel.
Show Time '65" luncheon and
matinee is another important Wo-
men's Division project. Overall
Women's Division, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Inez Krensky. is
well on it> way toward meeting the
increased goal selected for the 1965
campaign.
"Participation by every women's
organization in the community can
make this the luncheon of the
year." Mrs. Krensky stated. "I
know that when there is so much
to be done through our Combined
Jewish Appeal that every Jewish
organization in the community
will support our centra! source of
fund-raising, budgeting, and com-
munity planning."
Other officers of the Women's
! Division include Mrs. A. L. Glick-
1 man, Miami Beach chairman; Mrs.
Sam C. Simonhoff. Miami chair-
man; Mrs. Frances Beckerman.
j Apartment House chairman; and
Mrs. Jack Katzman, Apartment
House chairman.
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New Art Show
At Beth Sholom
Mrs. David Drucker, chairman,
Beth Sholom Art Committee, an-
nounces a new exhibit to be opened
on Sunday with a reception in
honor of the artist, Helen De Sil-
aghi.
Helen De Silaghi, wintering here
from Canada, was born in Roma-
nia, m\i\ has developed what she
Calls "COSmiC arl She operated
and taught art in one of the earli-
j esl Toronto private gallaries, alter
'" had received an art degree in
Bucharest and studied in France
and Italy.
Miss DeSilaghi, who gave her
first show in Bucharest at the age
i it. is going to Israel to bring
Canadian arl to thai country and
is planning to bring back faces of
Israel to Canada.
Members of the I'.eth Sholom Fes-
tival of the Arts, under the chair-
man-hip of Mrs. Seymour Silver-
Robyn Tubin Chapter
A spring dance, "so others may-
walk." will be held by Robyn Tubin
Chapter. City of Hope, on Sun-
day evening, Apr. 4. at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Affair will feature
:.ime~. entertainment and refresh-
ments. President is Mrs. Lewis
Brooks.
B'nai Sholom Auction
Temple B'nai Sholom is spon-
soring an "Auction Night" al the
Dunes Motel on Sunday at 8 p.m.
New merchandise will be sold, and
the auction will feature clothes.
housewares, silver pieces and
many unusual item-.
Crystal Chapter
Luncheon Slated
Crystal Chapter. Children's Asth-
matic Foundation of Florida, is
planning to hold its first holiday
luncheon on Tuesday noon. Apr. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Professional entertainment will
be featured at the affair which is
under the direction "I Mrs Esther
Levitz and Mrs. Edward I. Cowen.
Mrs. Israel Friedman is In charge
of tickets. (
Members of the group work
throughout the year for Asthmatic
Children's foundation
man. have been invited to attend
the reception in honor of the artist.
The exhibit will run from Mar.
28 through Apr. 11 at Temple Beth
sholom Art Gallery, im Chase
Ave.

Irkinq on plans for the annual Florida Branch of National
Vena League Conference is (seated) Mrs. Harold Rein-
[c "iorida Branch president. Standinq (left to riqht) are
L. Seymour Mann, conference chairman, and Mrs. Law-
Ire Wulkan, conference vice chairman.
iders Map Jax Conference
,, Branch ol National Wo- national consultant lor the Florida
League United Synagogue Branch Conference in May will be
i, .... will hold its annual yrg- $>,| Rossman. national chair-
fa icier e on May 10 to 12 man 0f the Combined Campaign.
y Roosevelt Hotel in Jackson-
JNational Women's League is
|ar organization of conserv-
- throughout the
- tes, Canada, Puerto Rico,
Hi
Harol i Reinhard, Florida
th president. Mrs. Seymour
lerence chairman, and
nee Wulkan, conference
I man, left for Jackson
lei this week to meet with
Oil sisterhood to coordinate
|: rations for the three-day
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fc Staff sisterhood presi-
\ ice chairmen in
I a are Mrs.
1 Mrs. I.ewish Slott. i
r Honda Branch
Tuim Committee helping to
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lv Mm:.,-. Kay and Mrs.
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Friday. March 26,
1965
News Clippings on Display
H. H. Lewin. realtors, are dJ
playinp, in the window 0| th,,; '
offices, at 230 NE 3rd St.. a JJ
book of newspaper clipping, 3
pitting the growth ol Dade from the year 1900. Lewin has be
;.etive in real estate here for ova
44 years. His associate. LawrenJ
E. Solol. is an industrial en-inj
"NF Concert Committee (left to right) standing are Mrs. Sarah
Mash. Abraham Fraidlin. H. Lifschitz. Sam Kopkind. Morris
Vudewitz. Moshe Friedberg. Julius Rosenstein. Mrs. Abraham
4ason, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, Harry Feldman. and Harry
Rosen. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Max Affachiner, Simon
"etenbaum, Mordecai Yardeini. Mrs. Miriam Press, Josepn
JNF Schedules Spring Concert
ireater Miami residents were
jed to place early orders for the
ring Festival Concert sponsored
. the Jewish National Fund on
esday evening, Apr. 20. at the
:ni Beach Auditorium.
'Winter visitors are buying tie
!-' ts in large groups." said Leon J.
I. president of the Jewish \a-
Friedman, Morris Minov, Benjamin Appel, Leon J. Ell, and
vice president, William Bomstein. Others on the committee
(not ihown) are Max Affachiner, Mrs. Martha Heller. David M.
Stein, Morris Berick, Mrs. Eva Blum, and Mrs. Lillian Good-
man.
Univ. Women
In Apr. 2 Meet
On Friday morning. Apr. 2. at
a.m., the Greater Miami Wc-
n en's Division, American Friends
ol the Hebrew University, will
hold its spring cultural meeting
featuring a program discussing
>iudy in a foreign university. Mrs.
Leon Kronish is chairman for the
President of the Hebrew Univer-
sity group. Mrs. Samuel Simonhofl.
announced that the Apr. 2 gather-
ing, in the home of Mrs. Maurice]
Zimmerman. 2525 Pinetree Dr.,
v ill climax the year of activity
iu support of the Jewish National
ond University Library in Jerusa-
K m.
Among those attending the meet-
ing will be many of the more than
5o Women of the Society of the
Book, whose names are recorded in
the Jerusalem Library because of
their generous support.
' Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. chairman
oi the Nominating Committee, will
present the slate for the coming
year. Co-chairman of the Apr. 2
p ogram is Mrs. Barnett Fivedinan.
tional Fund Council oi Greater Ml
ami
"While we welcome everyone
who wishes to come, we also want
to make sure that our neighbors
have an opportunity to enjoy
themselves that evening," Ell
continued.
Eddie Schaffer, Television and
nightclub comedian, will be master
ceremonies during the entire pro-
gram, Harvey Bell and his son.
Jody, are preparing a special pro-
gram. Rose Byium. concert star:
Avrum, the Israeli musical genius;
Laura and Tania. and the RCA re-
cording star Mordecai Yardeini.
complete the program.
Temple lion Sisterhood
Bazaar sponsored by Temple /.ion
Sisterhood will start Saturdaj at
8 p.m.. and be held all day Sun-
d&] Merchandise, game booths,
ridos ami carnival refreshments
are planned to appeal to the entire
family.
Norton Tire Anniversary
Norton Tire Company is cele-
brating il> tlst anniversary of con-
tinued operation in the South Flor-
ida area, it was announced by
Norton Pallot. president. The com-
pany maintains 11 branches, from
Key West to West Palm Beach,
and is (he country's largest B. F
Goodrich Tire dealers
Seder Cooking
By Continental
"Enjoy your Seder, and let us
do the cooking," is the coming holi-
day motto for Continental Caterers
ol Miami. 8393 Bird Rd.
Continental Caterers is offering a
Choice of traditional takeout full
course Passover Setter menus, or
from a long list Ol prepared and
expertlv-cooked, ready to-eat Pass.
over foods.
All loods are strictly kosher for
Passover, and orders must be
placed no later than Friday. Apr.
9 Orders are to be picked up Fri-
day. Apr. 16 between 9 a.m. and 12
noon. S.T.
It's Busting The
SPORTS CAR
Market Wide Open!
Emanue-EI Sets
Book Review
Third Book Review oi the 1004
65 season sponsored jointlj by
mple Emanu-EI Sisterh lod and
l A is sei for Wednesday at the
North Branch Building. 77th St.
Dickens Ave starting with
brunch at 10 a.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will review
.Markings'" by Dag Hammer-
skjold. non-fiction be.-t seller.
I'ther books reviewed by Dr. Lehr-
man in the series, part of the Adult
Education Program of the Temple,
were "Henog," by Saul Bellow,
and 'The Man." by Irving Wal-
lace
Working on the committee with
Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Howard
Crumer. co-chairmen, are Mrs.
Harry Brick. Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs.
Henry Gewitz, Misses Esther and
Lillian Goodman. Mrs Norman
Gorson, Mrs. Ira Hader, Mrs. Ann
Hager, Mrs. Louis Hauser, Mrs.
Sol Irving. Mrs. Sylvia Kurland.
Mrs. Herman Laks. Mrs. Albert
Laufer, Mrs. Isidore Lorber. Mrs.
Harry Protzel, Mrs. Theodore
Struhl and Mrs. Sam Wiesen.
Reservations for brunch and the
book review may be made at the
Temple office
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OPEN SUNDAY & DAILY 'TILL 9 P.M.
OTI
about
gathered for you
Miriam Field
i cm we forget...
Jusi 22 years ago. on the eve of fa
Passover, a handful of virtuaO)
unarmed men and uotnen I
themselves against their must
lackers and brief l\ held the mur-
derous hordes at baj mat uavihc
Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto,;
death-defying commemoration a'
the I BStival of Freedom,
"This nocturnal festival," wnu
Hi inc. "i> melant hoi mm
character,grovel} pli"tillami
la ions u\ a fall
initial singsong chain m ninth tv
Haggadah h read
the house soumli
Intense, to tenderly
at ihe same rime >> wiil-summot
Ing, thai even those h hi h
forsaken the faith <
and pursued foreign,
are moved 10 ihi ..
being when the old '<
happen to tlrike their ears."
. '/iisl of us. ;ll lllis inriuiir>ljJrl
cam, laws >" to reeipmtsi
l|j*orol thosv uimkI old d .i* and It**
Hood old dishis. It'i ""I etsj.ferea
-.irandiiiotlu-rs did nol go l>> llH-r*.
Ihe> conked "li> heart." \i'mi
Hit soup mid the kugcl tad iIk ItLkt
nent hopes and JjfWUBS :ind llBM **
oflea heartache. Ah, rten iii!
find recipes like that, the* ttyS
Q3ubha believed in using the vej
verj best ingredients ia net memo-
rable mcichulim. Ma> lx' >he JiJc'i
know a poiyunsatuRUe irom l
pollywog but she did kno ilui
nantenOilmadefe^tivespecaaia
e\tra special... extra festive.
cCoday's food experts agree ith
grandma. Tests pro* e that Planicts
is the most delicate of the pohun-
saturated oils. In fact, it'ssolijp
it floats on other oils! it'i to**
IPcsach, under .the supervWoiid
Rabbis Hersch Kohn unJ BenurJ
Lew, and it's parse. So dm torn-
tov let Planters Oil help >ouco*
up dishes that are old-v.orfcl oo-
derful and right in I""-- llh "*
newest nutrition trends.
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V'3 cup Planters Peanut Oil
V2 cup nunced onion
2 eggs, separated
Vi cup cold water l teaspoeis"
'. a teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons chopped P"sl"
Vi Cl..
Boiling chicken sour salted w
In pan heal Planters Oil *
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Beaten yolks iih ckJ aw.J
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mixture. Ce.ee: refrwcra.e.
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Sent in hoi soup. Malei !_
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Sabbath ( amlle Ira)
HandcraftedbMlK-
Craftsmen, this ^m ^"^
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Friday. March 26. 1965
-.finis* nrridffar
Page 5-3
Cottage cheese is one of our food
, Ljn'J", When we are trying to
Lc weight or keep our figures
tVrfcct it is one of our stand-bys.
Ivhen vt make some traditional dairy uuuehcls such
kageJs ir blintzes, cottage
Fneesc is one "i the indispensable
,.,ils In li-'* weather, noth-
I. ." is morc rein shing than a salad
\ "iruit> in- vegetable with creamy
Cottage cheese Yet "hen we want
; |,; dairy nir.il mi a cold winter's
lay, cottage cheese blends so well
I,ith so manj other foods that it
,.' i. used hi dishes from appetiz-
i. t" ill -
shut cottage cheese is concen-j
|i ated milk food, it contains much
, valuable nutrition of the
ed milk from which it is
\!thui! Ji > ii m e cream is
mixed with the curd be-
fore it is marketed or consumed.
I | ,,n hat it with no added
k ream. ,i> m pot cheese nr farmer
When :t contains 4 percent
ji more ol Int. it is called Creamed
LOttage Cheese. Cottage cheese is
line source ol protein, calcium '
bid phosphorous, yet it is so low,
In calories ih.it even the creamed
Kyle contains only about 29 to the
t.ince.
Our recipes for today are two
toktd dishes. just right lor win-
ter eating, which contains not only |
^ottasc cheese, hut the extra pro-
i.r. goodness of American style
Ihrcse. The 1 ii"t is a noodle bake
sembling a meatless lasagna, but
ii i- somewhat less firm and more
.saucy." A good main dish for
lunch, supper, or a milchig dinner.
it should always be served with a
tossed salad lo which an Italian
Style dressing has been added. In
making the bake, cook the noodles
until they are lender, but still
Jiahlh Jinn, a .vj hey. will continue
to cook while the dish is in the
even. For a small family, make
half the recipe and bake it in a
t> x 8 x 1 inch dish.
The second recipe, Cottage
Cheese-Corn Pudding, i> also a fine
choice lor lunch or supper. Light
and delieate. it could be served by
itself or .i- a side dish with broiled
or sauteed fish When it is served
; lone, Devilled Eggs would add
rxtra heartiness A tossed salad
blends well with the pudding as
well as with the hake.
Two-Cheese Noodle Bake
1 cups cooked, broad or medium
noodles
2 cups home-made or commercial
spaghetti same (parve)
t teaspoon Italian seasoning
1 lb. creamed cottage cheese
'. o/s. sliced American style
cheese
Cook the noodles in boiling, salt-
ed water inly until tender-crisp.
and drain thoroughly before meas-
uring. Blend the spaghetti sauce
with the Italian seasoning and
spread one-third of it evenly over
the bottom of an 8 x 1 inch baking
dish. Cover evenlj with one-third
of the noodles. Press the cottage
cheese through a sieve. Arrange
half evenly over the noodles. Cut
each slice of the American style,
cheese into 3 strips, and arrange:
half of them over the cottage:
cheese. Repeat these layers, using
another one-third of the sauce, an-
other one third of the noodles, and
the remaining cheese. Top with
tlie remaining noodles and spread
the rest of the sauce over all. Bake
at 3">0 degs. p, for 35 minutes. This ,
amount makes i; portions
Cottage Cheee-Com Pudding
1/2 cup milk
3 tablespoons all purpose Hour
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons salt
1/4 cup grated American style
cheese
2 tablespoons grated onion
2 well-beaten eggs
2 cups creamed cottage cheese
2 cups cooked, well-drained whole
kernel corn
Gradually blend the milk into
the Hour, then strain into a mixi .-
bowl. Press any lumps thro Igh t
strainer. Add the salt, sugar, oni t,
and eggs, and beat until well-Met
ed. Blend in the cottage chee-*
and corn canned or cook- d Ire-1
or frozen corn may he use 1 I1'
the mixture into a buttered 1-1/2
quart baking dish. Spread I
grated cheese evenly over 'he si -
face, and bake at 32j deg P. f >r
about 40 minutes, until nit y
browned. This amount serves i t<
OeciYwfc am ^Jsaocl C_^l
Continued from Page 1-B
jshe's leaving soon on the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress 30-day tour
I Israel In a first" for her.
nd -his particularly delighted
tin the holidays in
i saleni .
For Irene it's 17 years of wed-
Ed \\ b 'in .1. Win.
: couple have four
8 es from 15
William III.
Grant, I ; y.,r c.,v
ther i- Mrs
Sr.
found s D,
Chiea when he
Neil "... partici-
I' : tin NCAA fene -
Hatches at the
D< troit Eager
'"Ht lo, the thrill
I as he witnessed
pee on the Cornell
' ''- lead the group to
USh hell cap
i next year, scholas
Neil is majoring in bio-
1 lemistn.
rove
A bit of news designed to em-
barrass all those father.-, who try
to avoid pta meetings Jaek
Birnbaum, daddy of a 10-year-old
son. has been nominated for
presidency ol Biscayne Elemen
tary PTA, .
Houseguesting for several weeks
with the Sam Schachnos, son-in-
law Shloimie Rothberg and
youngest daughter Leah The
former Juliet Schachno tending
tiv Rothberg home fires in
Brooklj n while ~-.n>'. r\ isin .
study schedules ol Esther 7. and
< r.\\ :\ 5. who ,i' tend Beth Jacol
School He
Surprise surprise, surpris
( onrad Allain hen he
lumsell the honored guest at the
: | :
,i !ro p at i
Beth To< W sang
"liappj Birthday" and |
him u ith a b< aul iful cake
ii o! p 'i. rd nata
. President ol the group is
Joseph Vanglish.
tobbi Lipschitz Slated by A JCong.
" William Brown, program
"airman o| h,
Bi caj ne and
Bade Chapter WomeiVs
f American Jewish Con
I that Dr. Max A.
1 I'iritual leader of Con-
] Torah and chair.
i.'. ommission on Jewish
S HI, Florida COUn-
\ i 'ewish Coi
"Jewish Values 1965"
eeting on Wednes-
' the home ot Mrs
Leonard Sidersky. 171JI NE llth
Ave., No Miami Beach
The Com ,n -ion i 'i Jewish Af-
fairs ol He American Jewish t'on-
gress sponsors a program ol Jew-
ish culi; ducation; sctiv-
itj aimed plorii the nature
.. .i i,i. i.lily
There will be ,' report en the
current Pederal aid to education
i-ill given by Mrs, Abraham Augen-
stein, chair nan ol I ilssion
on i :i,\ and Social \iturn.
TOM GREENAWAY
(Buy Scout leader)
DRINKS MILK.
(2gIftKues a day)
HOW ABOUT YOU?
IT S TOO GOOD TO BE cJUST FOR/THE lOUNG
y
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Pago 6-B
*Jenisl> tkridUar
Friday. Mcrch &
Plans Completed for Morton Towers
Purim-lsrael Ball and Dinner Apr. 3
Plans for the Morton Towers
Purim-lsrael Ball and Dinner were
completed by members of the corps
of hosts at a luncheon meeting last j
week.
Meyer L. Cherkas was named
grand marshal of the ball, and
Morris I. Minov will be chairman
of the Corps of Hosts. The ball will
take place Saturday evening. Apr.
3, at the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
The Purim-lsrael Ball will be
held under joint sponsorship with
the Israel Bond organization. Cher-.
kas pointed out that the "ball will
be a joyous event, as well as one
of significance on Israel's behalf."
He added: "The residents of Mor
ton Towers take pride in the fact
that the organizations which cen-
ter their activities among us and ,
their leaders have been singled out
for special honor in recognition of \
the fine social, cultural and civic
activities which have welded us;
together as neighbors, friends and
brothers."
The Purim-lsrael Ball will be
the occasion when the American
Israel Award will be presented to
Biscayne Chapter ORT. Mrs. Ira
Weiner. president; B'nai B'rith Ha-
tikvah Chapter. Mrs. Cecile G. Klu-
ger. president: B'nai B'rith Hank,
yah Lodge. Ellison Kosoff. presi-
dent; Fifteen Hundred Men's
Club. Meyer L. Cherkas. founder;
Fight for Sight. Mrs. Rhoda Levine,
president; Morton Towers Group.
Hadassah, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz.
president; Morton Towers Men's
Club, Karl M. Weiner. president.
and Morton Towers North Wo-
ment's Club. Mrs. Bennett Wexler.
president.
Members of the Morton Towers
Purim-lsrael Ball Corps of Hosts
include Mr. and Mrs.:
Jcuwph Amiito, Jennie Appelrouth,
Louis Batda, Samuel Beer, Harry D.
BerUtt, Jacob Banter, Huna Brln,
Norman Butler, Man s fohen, Maul
J Cooper, Pamuel Bavin, i: Unhln,
tax Plalkoff, Fay Finer, tamel Kin-
k.-l. Jack Kiii-.lii.ri.-. FYank Frotaman,
Ann Qarflnkeli Mlna Ullekman, Jk-
t-ph Hold, rannle Goldbent, Ham S.
Goldberg, Esihfr Ooodman, Lillian
oodman, Lillian Haut, Herman HUt-
jer, Jacob [aman, Ann Jeffrea, Ryl-
via Kanter. Peclle : Ktufft r, lotils
Kohn, Klllaon If Konoff, Joseph Ku-
luva. Rhoda I evlne, Ma Lldaky. Ben-
jamin LJepsbutl, Bernard Llflon,
Pearl Lbrhtman, Herman Lustgarten,
Irving Mailin. Morris Man.-. Rose
Marx. Bmanuel Menta, B< mice Mos-
cowlts.
Peter Paul, EHdne) Raymond, Ben-
jamin Rochwargj Cells Rosenblatt,
Mu-aliam Roth, Sam Ruban, Samuel
Rudenbera*. Jacob Uu**... Stella s.<.k-.
I.. M. Sakrala, Lena Scher, Samuel
Schilling, Nathan W. Scnnenhersr,
Isidore :--linii. Bdward Kehwalh, Max
Meyer L. Cherkas, grand marshal of the Morton Towers Purim-
krael Ball to be held Saturday evening, Apr. 3, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, discusses plans for the event with committee
members (from left) are Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of Mor-
ton Towers Group, Hadassah; Mrs. Ira Weiner, president of
Biscayne Chapter ORT; and Mrs. Bennett Wexler. president
of Morton Towers North Women's Club.
Singer, Harry Smolensk}-, Alexander Prances llUnn, Isaac l'nti>rman. s.-l-
Sohmer, Abe Soloako, Hair} i Son*,
Pearl Standi i. Jncoh Stein B< I
Steinberg, Bva Ktelnhardt. Noul. Trp-
per. Onenr I. Tnbey, Resale Tress,
ma W'ai-ha". Karl M Weiner, Ira
w n< H nn< it \\. \l. r. Marie wii-
K.m. Benjamin w.On. and Morris
Young.
Beth Sholom
Women's Lunch
'The Great Societj
theme of a Belli -
luncheon in th,
the Doral Beach Hotel u ',
day noon, according
nouncement by Mrs |
Sisterhood president.
Proceeds from the affa g|
toward beautify iiit the tJ
auditorium and banq
In charge of the IubaZ]
Mrs. Aaron M Reder ;--
Benjamin B. Goldstein,
men: and commute chtinBctf
Seymour Silvern;,.': M,. gu
Wolk. Mrs. Jack Shapiro. |
old Druker. Mrs J Beri
tor. Mrs. Saul Morgan, v-.
uel liirsch. Mrs Morris UmJ
Joseph Shaumut and Mr-
Sonnett.
Sponsors of the lunc
Mrs. Sam Etevenow, Mr-
l.ipp. Mrs. Tessie I.itt, M:
. Olinick. Mrs. Harry Plaigft]
-Sidney Rockwell. Mrs. iew
Rimer. Mrs. Eth( 1 Sha; i |
Jack Shapiro. Mrs, .1
Spector. Mrs Anna St-i.
Harold Granolf. Mrs. I., i
Miss Miriam Vernicli and '.rs.|
ing Westin
Unusual Bill
At the Cinema
Starting Friday
Dipping once again into the un-
usual in Yiddish-American enter-
tainment, impressario Leon Schach
ter has booked an all new bill for
Friday headlining the talents of
Korean-born singer. Johnny Yun.
at the Cinema Theatre.
Coming direct from the Cafe Ex-
odus in New York. Yun's extensive i
musical background includes voice
and music stud) at Seoul Univer-
sity and ;it Ohio Wesley an Univer-
sity in Delaware. O. Having worked
as an actor and director in Korean
films. Yun was also manager and
linger for UN soldiers under the
Auspices oi Korean Entertainment
Agencies Association.
Armed with a repertoire of songs i
in a dozen languages. Yun sings
Hebrew. Yiddish. French. Russian.
Italian, Spanish. Greek. Turkish
English, Japanese, Chinese and
Korean.
Rounding out the bill are song
end dance man. Jerry Newby,
comedy character sketches by Leon
Schachter and Gitel Stein, and the
Yiddish comedy film classic with
English subtitles. 'Motel. The
Operator."
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That's why Carmel
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from Israel.
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March 26. 1965
-Jenisti fkr/Jton
Paae 7-B
radish Bankers Propose Foundation |??!2^irS^|^,^f|^^l
KH0L M (JTA) Al tarian Foundation of unclaimed
edi5h banks proposed j property deposited in Swedish
ished. Miami Beach Hemophilia Auxil-
The assets amount to about 3.100.. The plan is to use the income is'T-v wi" hold a re8ular meeting,
000 Swedish kroner (620,000). The from the fund to help former vie- conducted by President Mrs. Delu
.. Swedish Govern- banks and believed to belong to bank ofticials said that, since the tims of Nazism now UviOfl in Swe- S. Delancev. on Thursday. 12:30
0f a Ilumani- victims of the Nazi period.______ ......- ;,n,l heirs had not sought den. p.m.. Apr. 1. at the Bel Aire Hotel.
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rage 8-B
-Jewls*fk>rkflar
Friday. March 26.
f-rances &L~en
We
the
Women
m a y*
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Irene (Mrs. I.ouis) Pilzer is the typical clubwoman-
housewife. A> ;i New York youngster, she went to llebrnv
school, was in an honor society in high school, where she
took a business course, and excelled in sports, especially
handball. She worked as a secretary bookkeeper and also
did income taxes. Coming down to Florida to visit her
mother, who spent the winters here, she met Lou. Four
months later, they were married.
The life of a hotelman and his family is somewhat dif-
ferent from the way married life generally goes. But one
thing particularly unusual is the
fun that their children get running
up and down on the hotel eleva-
tors. Douglas and Itobin Pilzer are
no exception to the rule. There
is also a Pilzer dog. a Boston ter-
rier named Mr. Duke, who has the
endearing habit of running away,
but someone always brings him
back.
Irene has run the gamut of the
PTA bit. a Cub Scout Den Mother,
a Brownie leader, on the board of
Deborah Hospital. Angel Chapter
of Hope School, vice prsident of
B'nai B'rith and Temple Menorah
Sisterhood, among others. Vitally
aware that the emotionally-disturb-
ed child can be helped, she accepted wnen she was asked
by the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach last May to step
up from vice president to president. Opti-Mrs. has a most
successful organization, helping to support twenty-six emo-
tionally-disturbed children. At last week's Opti-Mrs. dinner
dance. Irene wore a stunning white beaded long gown that
she knitted herself knitting is one of her hobbies. She
also is good at baking. That sour cream cake with nuts is
one ol her family's favorites.
The Pilzers live the life of tourists during the offseason
months when the head of the family can be with them.
They use their pool constantly. The name of their boat is
"The Drip." a remarkable name standing for Douglas.
Ifobin. Irene and Pilzer. Robin plays the flute and is doing
very well, but she best likes to go water-skiing when her
clad pilots the boat. Douglas at camp is known as the base
ball encyclopedia.
During the summers, Irene and I.ou visit their children
at camp in Hendersonville. and from there they like to go
on a travel spree to places they haven't been. Irene has
definite ideas both in regard to organizational work and
being a housewife. She manages to juggle the two with
the ri-^ht amount of fervor and aplomb
/RENE
NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL
FLORAL DECORATIONS
BLOSSOM SHOP
1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231
fREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI
Miss Hoberman
To Be Married
Surfside Councilman and Mrs
Louis Hoberman. 9065 Carlyle Ave..
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara Inez, to Richard
B. Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Solomon. 9016 Carlyle Ave.
Miss Hoberman is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High., where
she was a member of the A Cap-
pella Choir, and also studied piano.
She attended Dade Junior College
and is a graduate Of the Charron-
William Commercial College. Last
summer, she was issued a license
by the Florida Real Estate Com-
mission.
Her fiance is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High, and at-
tended the Universlt} Of Florida
and the University of Miami. He
is presently associated with an
architectural firm in Miami.
Blitt. Botwinik
Will be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ira Blitt.
1777 SW 12th St.. have announced
the engagement of their daughter.
Diane Joy. to Stuart Botwinik.
Grandparents of the future bride
are Mr. and Mrs. William White-
horn.
Parents of the prospective bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bot-
winik. 1011 SW 10th Ave. He is
the grandson of Mrs. Mary Bot-
winik.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the bride-elect is in her jun-
ior Jear at the University of Mi-
ami School of Education. She is
a member of Beta, Spanish Nation-
al Honor Society, National Honor
Society. Future Teachers of Amer-
ica, and Student Education Associ-
ation. She is a sunday School
teacher at Tifereth Jacob.
Currently employed by Metro
politan Dade County. Mr. Botwinik
is a graduate of Southwest High,
served in the Navy, and is working
toward a degree in mechanical en-
gineering at Miami Dade Junior
College.
The couple will be wed on June
26. 1966.
Univ. Leaders
Off to Israel
JaekS. l'opiek,IJ1)|sl
Mrs. Trudy Hamersthlag ,, $
51 St.. and *s. OldaC S3
1198 Venetian Way. are .31
Israel this week to atXtJ'
Board of Governors meiof:
the Hebrew Univi
salem.
They are part ol thedelegat;J
:'.(. American, who will take pan]
the annual session ol the
wh se partici] n ts iin-Meme,,
vomen from mosl ol the treet
tries of the world
The Americans In the group
leading members ol the Ame
Friends of the Hebrew L'nifot
The foremost institution of L
er learning in the Middle East!
Hebrew lnivei.su> will celel
its 40th anniversary thisyevj
campuses in Jerusalem, Tel M
Rehovoth and Kin Kiirem. thei
versity has an enrollment o: t
than 10.IHH) student-, ropre
Annual Las Vegas Night at Tern ,e'\fol pie Sinai on Saturday evening will| X.^J*3 facult> nul*
feature games, amusements, re-
freshments and an auction. Sched-
uled lor 8 p.m.. the affair will be
held in the Temple's main audi-
torium.
BARBARA HOBERMAN
Temple Sinai function
more than 1.200.
Gales Announce
Daughter's Troth
Announcement of the engage-
ment of William Gale, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Gale. 8842 Emerson
Ave.. to Judi Shar-jro, was made
this week.
The future bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Shapiro. 99 5 0
Broad View Ter.. is a senior at Mi-
ami Beach High. Her fiance is
Studying tot ;i career in mutual
funds sales.
Internationally known comedian
Alan Gala is owner of the Celebrity
Club. Mr. Shapiro is controller tor
Lee ftatner'S Lehigh Acres Devel-
opment Corp.
Flagler-Granada
Is Sweet Sixteen
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
will celebrate its 16th birthday with
a sweet sixteen anniversary party
on Saturday evening.
A band will play for dancing be-
ginning al 9 p.m.. and midnight
breakfast will be served.
Mrs. Syd Booth is chairman with
assistants. Mrs Berry Clein. Mrs.
Alfred Nadler, Mrs. Samuel Kowal
sky and Mrs. Hyman Coverman.
Shaloma Group
To Hear Kogan
Shaloma Group of Miami Reach
Chapter has slated its Youth All-
yah luncheon for Monday noon,
at the Deauville Hotel.
Zev Kogan will be guest speak-
er, and a musical program has
been arranged,
Mrs. Jennie Colub is chairman
ol the day. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is
president.
Youth Aliyah
Day Sunday
Gov. Haydon Burns has pro-
claimed Sunday. Mar. 28. as Child's
Day for the Youth Aliyah program
throughout the State of Florida.
Child's Day will be observed by
the 10.000 members who comprise
the Florida Region of Hadassah.
Gov. Burns urged all people of
good will "to join Hadassah in this
humane endeavor." This will be the
17th anniversary of the observance
Art Unlimited
Features Masters
Currently i view at Art Un-
limited School and Gallery. 8246
NE 2nd Ave.. Little River, is a
ytoup show exhibition featuring
French and German masters.
Director ol the gallery is Warren
Soned, who announced that now
on view at the Parkway Theater
through Apr. 3 is an exhibition ol
work by alumni ol Art Unlimited.
Artist Raskin
To be Speaker
A special program is being i
ranged by the David Pioskj 1
School for the next lines ShiM
scheduled to take place on Kndii
p.m., at Parband Center.84JII
ington Ave.
Saul Raskin, world-renowned
ist. will be guest
Louis Lasavin. princip
school, will lectu
Personalities.'
"Portion of the neck" vrilil
nad by Bernard l-'urman.
Yiddish and Hebrew selection*i
be presented b\ Ben Yemen.
conductor.
Institute Slates
Education Exec.
Louis Schwartzmun director,!
reau Of Jewish Education, wil
guest lecturer at a historj
of the Women's Institute ol M
' Studies at Temple EmanuJ
Tuesday in Sirkin Hall.
Classes begin at 10 a.m.. andi
elude beginner's Hebrew.
Mrs. Ida Porus'i. instructor;
gregation singing. Cantor Zti
ier. instructor: conversational 1
brew Mrs. Fa> Kein-lein. UHtfl
or. and a "Bird's Eye Vie
Joint History.' winch Sctii
man will instruct.
Temple Bmanu El's adojl
cation program, ol which lne'
men's Institute spo Ted |'
Sisterhood, is a part, im;lul
book review series with nil
session to be held on M
Committee working !'h
Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairmMJ
the Adult Institute include!
Leo Herman. Mrs Maurice
Mrs. Jerome Goodn
dore Lorber, Mrs larles M
garten, Mrs Israel Teitchai
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r.ong '^se planning for the Young Women's Division "No
r.imum Donation Luncheon" at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on
r. 6 are (left to right) Mrs. Howard Trinz, co-chairman with
c William Binder, Area Chairman Mrs. Leonard Haimes;
Mrs. Richard Brickman. chairman of the Young Women's
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ishions for Living and Giving' to Spark
lung Women's Division Luncheon Apr. 6
Living and Dlv-
: in- theme of the
,. Division ol Com-
v al "No Min-
luncheon, it was
Mi William Binder
il ;mi Trim, chairmen.
i will take place
Apr. t>. al the Du
. old.
[01 Giving" will be
Mrs Ir\ iii^i l.ehr-
nl hi the Federation
i ivomi n Mrs Lehrman
iand, Dr. Irving Lehr
\ campaign chair-
ilj returned from a
Ic Israel and Kur-
. ii -i. Hi lormer Israel
Moshe Sharett.
man :ll pre ^i-nt a
dun ni overseas needs
|- nd Europe, She will
how almost hall ol
''. ollar remains in the
mnity and supports the
igencies of the Greater
-ii Federation.
. casual and high-styled
in.: v.ill be present -
ncheon through the
il Mister Pants. The
include a large variety
M1 i at-home hostessing,
[ country club, tor
J taining, and for ev-
I n living.
r the "No Min-
luncheon veto
Binder and
They include lies-
Vyares. Aclolph
isberg, Eugene
r Bloom. Lawrence
1 'larvin Gillman, Marshall
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Harris. Leonard Haimes. Richard
llelfman. Howard Katzen.
Mesilames Robert Leibeskind.
Burton Levey, Lloyd Ruskin. Mar-
vin Sacknei. Alan Schecter, Myron
Sponder. Robert Sussman, David
Sommers, Robert Traurig and Ger-
ald Wernick.
Executive Committee of the
Young Women's Division includes
Mesdames R icha rd Brickman.
president: vice presidents. William
Binder, Philip Bloom. Howard
Scharlin. Robert Shapiro, Benedict
Silverman and Howard Trinz: Mar-
vin Tavel, secretary: Daniel Fran-
co, parliamentarian; Albert Wein
tiauh. past president; and Robert
Sussman, chairman of nominating.
Women's Group
Art Show Set
For Surf side
Second annual art show and cock-
tail party sponsored by the Wo-
men's Committee of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service will
be held Saturday. Apr. 10. from 6
to 8:30 p.m.. in the Neptune Room
of the Surfside Community Cen-
ter. 9301 Collins Ave.
Among prizes will be a trip to
Spain for two. and "Duty's Street
Scene." contributed by Mrs. Ber-
nard Kramarsky.
Mrs. Kramarsky will display
framed lithographs by Boyer, Dufy,
Orozco, Masson and Toulouse-
Lautrec Sadie Rosenblum will be
among artists participating.
Galleries having displays will in-
titule Galarie 99, Petite Galerie,
Marble Arch Gallery, the Gallery
ol Ft. Lauderdale, and Jerusalem
All Center.
All proceeds will benefit the
Jewish Family and Children Sri
vice Home. JFCS is affiliated with
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and United Fund of Dade County.
Parent Education
Confab Slated
At New Miami T
Second annual Parent Education
Conference sponsored by the Early
Childhood Development Program
ol the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
Will take place Thursday. Apr. 1.
; 8:30 p.m.. at the new "Y." 8500 SW
8th St
There will be a panel discussion
on the subject. "Conformity and
Your Child." moderated by Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. of Temple Israel.
Panelists include Mrs. Ben Ka-
zer. who will speak on "Conformi-
ty in Education;'' Stanley C. Mey-
ers, "Conformity and the Law;'"
and Dr. James T. Tedeschi, "Con-
tormity in a Changing Society."
This will be followed by a period
ol questions and discussions.
Mrs. Norman Sand, County ECD
program chairman, is assisted by
a committee including four area
chairmen. Mrs. Harry Zuckerman.
Mrs. Sheldon Wengel. Mrs. Roland
Ager and Mrs. Robert Siegel; Mrs.
Alvin Weinstein, hostess chairman;
Mrs. Sheldon Wengel. publicity
chairman; Mrs. Sheldon Zane and
Mrs. Robert Siegel. invitation chair
men; and the following room
mothers:
Mesdames Stanley Cannon. Ru-
dolph Garber, Jack Miller, Kelvin
Baker. Marvin Hertz, George
Brooks. Ben Harrison. Earl Lip-
nick, Burton Garr, Marvin Nockow,
Bernard Yedlin. Robert Perless.
Warren Jacobs. Sydney Levine.
Burton Levin, Nicolas Stern, Joseph
Leifer. Saul Miller. Ernest Neu-
man. Robert Bloomberg. Herbert
Krensky.
Mesdames Seymour Plager, Si-
mon Simkovic, Evan Olster. Lee
Adelson. Ronald Shellow. Donald
Greene. Louis Weschler. Samuel
Gold. Richard Rowen. Edward Lus-
tig, Moie Tendrich. Robert Siegel.
Norman Rutkin, Marshall Harris,
Marvin Gillman. Richard Alper and
Evan Katz.
The conference is the joint co-
operative effort of the four ECD
programs operated on a county-
wide basis by the "Y," which
serves children from three through
kindergarten age.
In charge of reservations and in-
formation are Mrs. Helen Wein
stock. Miami Beach "Y;" Mrs. Bev
erley Yelen. North County "Y:"
Mrs. Miriam Harris, the new "Y;"
and Jeannette B. Schwartz.
Burke Family
Singers Slated
The Burke Family Singers, wide
ly-praised choral ensemble, will
make their first South Florida ap-
pearance Friday. Apr. 2. at Miami
Dade Junior College under the aus-
pices of the Student Government
Association.
The Burke group is composed
of father, mother and ten children,
ranging in age from 8 to 21.
Specializing in unaccompanied
music in the Style of the Don Cos-
sack chorus, the Burkes sing in
eight languages and have a rep-
ertoire extending from sacred mu-
sic through classics, madrigals and
folk songs
"Conformity and Your Child" will be the subject of a panel
discussion at the second annual Parent Education Conference
sponsored by the Early Childhood Development Program of
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami on Thursday eveninq, Apr.
1, 8:30 p.m., at the new "Y," 8500 SW 8th St. Left to riqht are
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel; Mrs. Ben Kazer, prin-
cipal, Everglades Elementary School; and Dr. Jcmes T. Tedes-
chi, Psychology Department, University of Miami. Also par-
ticipating in the panel will be Stanley C. Myers. a"ornev an 1
past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and th
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Friday; March 28, ig^
TJSTERHOOO Patrons Commit
^ mittee of Temple Or Olom
-ponsored its ninth annual birth
i ay ball Saturday evening.jn tht
Temple Social Hall. The cocktau
(iiir was followed by dinner and
i anctnj to two orchestras. Mr?
Jvin Levenson. Sisterhood presi-
i ent. chose a black sih"t crepe
-heath with a chantilly lace bod
i The plunging V'-neckline and
>ng sleeves were also in the
French lace.
MM. Marvin Zalis wore a black
nported weave with a blouson
odice and sheath skirt. Black
ilk chiffon was the choice of
I La rei ce WuOun. Her neck.
.ne wai the draped bateau, and
er ski 1 t as the classic full soft-
ess of chiffon Mrs. Melvin Shif-
e's burgandy-colored cut velvet
,i featured an overskirt of a
latching colored reembroidered
than till} lace, and her high neck
. ne plunged almost to the waist
n the back Apple green chiffon
,th full-length floating panniers
i the back was worn by Mrs Joe
.'oihman.

BUSY at (be door during the
early part of the evening was
Irs Leonard Putterman. Muted
.old pcau de soie with a decollete
lodificri sweetheart neckline and
n A-lilte skirt was what she
i hose for the evening of enter-
tainment. Mrs Murray Manrtell
..as in black silk chiffon with
;n unpreRed pleated skirt and
cap sleeves on her fitted bodice.
Irs. Paul Berber's white Ba-
varian lace ovcrblou.se featured a
cowled neckline, and was worn
vet a black silk crepe sheath
r \ ith a wide white appliqued lac
< illar was seen on Mrs. Emory
Green.
Wile oi the Temple's president.
Irs. Sam Putterman, wore a
honey beige embossed boucle knit
ensemble. Her sheath featured a
ewel neckline, and her jacket had
: "Of closings. The emerald green
; nil i>old lame ensemble worn
by Mrs Jack Lubin was made
Jrom a silk Indian sari. Oriental
i design, her >heath was lopped
v. ith a seven-eighths coat. Mrs.
Henry Lippman's whit*.- mate-
lasse ensemble had a coachman-
type coat over a sheath. A black
-ilk crepe sheath with a modified
l-ared capelet flowing from V-
decolletage was worn by Mrs.
I.onald Levitt White silk and mo-
rair in a two-piece ensemble was
'ne choice of Mrs. Larry Aron-
in. Silver-lined caviar beads in
I rope effect around the neckline
and down the low-cut back high
lighted her short-sleeved over-
blouse.
f.
-WftS SanmeU April, the Rabbi's
''wife, chose a black silk crepe
sheath gown with an Empire
waistline and slightly draped bod-
ice. Pink and toast-colored flow-
ers on a background of white
silk organza was worn by Mr*
Jerry Schwartz. Mrs. Irwin Coo-
pers black silk crepe followed
the Aline silhouette, with silk
organza ruffled into an almost
portrait neckline. The wine-col-
ored silk brocade ensemble worn
bv Mrs. Isadore Fine was one
which she had made Her high-
necked sheath had a softly-tail-
ored jacket
Bone-colored silk alpaca was
chosen bv Mrs Mum) Rosen
berg. Her modified Aline dress
featured a full-lensth matching
coat which closed with a pair of
jeweled "fMgs." Black and
white ostrich feathers at the bod-
ice were the conversation piece
on Mrs Morris Draluck's black
silk sheath. The Cantor's wife.
Mrs Nico Feldman. wore a deep
red velvet stole over her black
pique and lace dress -ajTS"" Fr*
Kiniz. whose husband is president-
elect of the Temple, selected a
black silk brocade theatre ensem-
ble for this special occasion.
MISS BINAH BARNETT
Jewish Music
Concert Sunday
In honor of Jewish Music Month,
a concert of Jewish music will be
presented bv the Senior Citizens
Choral Groups of the YM YYVHA of
Greater Miami on Sunday 2 p.m .
at the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St. The
program is open to the public
Under the direction of the Sen
ior Citizens choral director. Miss
Binah Barnett. t h e four choral
groups will present a cantata of
Jewish history through song.
Miss Barnett has been in charge
of the YMHA Senior Citizens Mu-
sic Department for the past year.
with varied experience in the mu-
sic field Prior to her moving to
Miami, she was choral director
for the Jacksonville Jewish Cen-
ter for 15 years.
Taking part in Sundays program
will be the Choral Groups from the
new YMHA, North County and
Beach "Y.--
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Sponsoring 'he southern premiere of the film, "Nothinq bulc
Man," is the Women's Auxiliary of Alpha Omega, natioul
dental society, shown here touring Variety Children's Hr*
pital Dental Clinic. Far left, Nurse Margaret Nebreda can
little Linda Bell 9, to try out the kiddies' chair, "just for si"
Mrs. Hyman Levine and Mrs. Jack Mishkin (right) are a>
chairmen of the theater party to be held at Mayfair Theater
Apr. 14. with all proceeds earmarked for the clinic. Mrs. In
Rotheiield (center) is president of the Auxiliary.
Harmony Lodge Installation Set
Succeeding Michael I. Ross.
Municipal Judge Norman H. Gold
stein will head the slate of officers
and directors being installed at the
second annual installation dinner
dance of Harmony Lodge. B'nai
B'rlth to bo held at the Algiers
Hotel on Sunday. Chairman for
the dinner is Past President Ber-
nard Langbcrg.
Installing officer will be Samuel
Nieberg. president-elect. District
Grand Lodge 5. and Sidney H. Pal-
mer, president. Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will act as
master of ceremonies.
In addition to Judge Goldstein.
Norman Goldstein. Bernard Lang-
berg, Joseph Leidman. Samuel Le-
vine, Leroy Levy. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Morton Luxner, Martin
Bandell. Judge Samuel Morris, Dr.
Albert Rosman, Louis Sahn, Judge
Martin Schachat. Joseph Schnier,
New York Rabbi
To Speak At
Banquet Here
President of National Council of
Young Israel. Rabbi David Hill of
New York, will be guest speaker
at the Young Israel of Greater Mi-
ami dedication banquet on Sun-
day
Rabbi Hill, who serves on Pres-
ident Johnson's Council of Pres-
idents of National Jewish Organ-
izations, is author of a recent
series of articles on the plight of
Jews in Russia.
Rabbi Shrrwin Stauber, spirit-
ual leader of Young laraet, will
conduct the evening dedication
ceremony, with Canter Abraham
Saif and Cantor Mote* Waist
participating.
Evening' will also serve as a
farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
L'ngar who are leaving for Israel
after the affair. Mr. L'ngar will
chair the function.
Dr. Solomon Nussbaum. Young
Alan Gale is Star
Current show at Alai lale'sCal
lebrity Club is headed bj Alan Gaitl
Supporting line up .ingol
Emil) Yanc) Kennj BrookJ
. Teddy King and I
play for the show and dancinj
Rabbi Kipper to Speak
On Sunday, at 1" 30 a m..Tempkl
Judea will hold th.- Unal sessial
of "Religion Revisited Rabbi Moil
ris A. Kipper will be speaker, ail
bis subject will be -S\ nthesis asl|
Reflections Upon the Foregoii*
Gerald Schwartz, A. David Sha ,srae| president said ,ha, ..,he
piro, Morey Sklarov.
Adath Yeshurun
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During services last Friday eve-
t ing at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
dedication banquet will give rec-
ognition to all who have made
possible construction of the new
Young Israel building by contrib-
uting to the building fund."
Max Cohn, honorary chairman
of the banquet, will lead the guests
in grace following the dinner.
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the third memorial tablet pre-
sented to the congregation by Lou-
is Spector in memory of his wife.
Rose, and 38 memorial plaques do-
nated by other members of the con.
gregation.
Participating in the memorial ser-
vices in addition to Spector were:
Joseph Segal. Samuel Rosen-
baum. Marty Knobel, Simon Brill,
Harvey Baxter, Leo Berman. Har-
ry Chasnoff, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Schneider, Gilbert Miller.
Marvin Gross, Alexander Sharf-
stein, Charles Belin, James Jacoby,
Miriam Gersten, Charles Smook.
Bess Bernbaum, Sam
Mrs. Max Meyers. Mr. and
Philip Fine, Fred Morrison. Irv-
ing Tobias, Sheila Cohen. Florette
Diaz. Deborah Sachs. Daniel Sarles,
Julius Newman. David Moldan.
Lawrence Niditch, Sy Kaplan, \l
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Friday, March 26. 1965
Jenlsti fieriJian
Undersecretary of Labor to Take
irt in Histadrut Third Seder Affair
Louncenu-nl that John F-Hen-
L United states Under Secre
Kof Labor since 1962 and a fre-
L, visitor to the State of Is-
where he participated in la-
r .sturiv groups, will be guest
laker at the Third Seder celebra-
I of the Israel Ilistradiit Com-
|tee was made Wednesday by
L Keinstein. president of the
later Miami Histadrut.
|he Third Seder, eommemorat-
[ the l
Jte of Israel, will take place
|he Fontainehleau Hotel on^ Sun-
Apr. 18. p.m. The Greater Mi-
ll Coiincii for Medical Services
fi>rael Kupat Holim is co-
p>riiii: Hie event, which will
j to furnish and equip the Great-
fjliami Rehabilitation Medical
Iter in Heersheba. Israel.
"In Mr. Henning's two recent
Lits to the State of Israel, he
(died important Histadrut pro-
ims and conferred with top
vernmental leaders about Is-
(I's growing labor movement,"
instein said.
Sot only will he tell us first
! aboul Israel's greatly growing
br force, hut also of its contri-
|ini to the newly independent
ens ol the world through goM-
and vocational assistance,'
nstoin noted
kirinu his visit to Israel. Mr

Hennint; also saw a number of the
medical clinics and hospitals spon-
sored by Israel IliMadrut and Ku-
pat Holim which serve over 75 per-
cent of the population of the youny
democracy. At the Third Seder, he-
will report on the humanitarian
work of Israel's foremost medical
program, which brings life-saving
care and treatment to all parts of
Israel the Mg cities, the small
towns, the deserts and the kibbut-
zim.
He will also graphically detail
the rehabilitation and physiother-
apy services' ft TTe"provided to the
icsidents of Beersheha through the
successful completion and equip-
ping of the (Jreatcr Miami Medical
Center there in the Negev.
Jack S. Popick, chairman of
the Third Seder Celebration
Committee, announced that the
evening will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Rlfkin for whom the Harri-
et and Jacob Rlfkin Physiother-
apy Department has already been
established at the Greater Miami
Rehabilitation Medical Center in
Beersheba.
"It is fining that our Third Se-
der commemoraling Israel's 17tn
anniversary honor Mr. and Mrs.
liifkin's life-long devotion to the
growth of the Jewish homeland."
Popick stated.
Passover dietary laws will be
strictly observed at the Third Se-
der. Mosbe Herman is executive di-
rector of both the Israel Histadrut
Committee and the Greater Miami
Council lor Medical Sen ices in Is-
rael.
Paqe 11-3
Bnai Zion Shows Motion Picture
First showing in Miami Beach of
a motion picture on Israel entitled
"Bur Mitzvah Children's Journey
to Israel" was to be presented at
the next m.ctin- uf Greater Miami
Region of Bnai Zion.
Scheduled for 8 p.m., Thursday,
at Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., the evening was also
to feature an address by Attorn-y
Hynian J. FliegeL, former national
presidenl of Bnai Zion and mem-
ber of the Board ol Overseers ol
the Jewish Theological Seminai
Samuel A. Reiser is president ;
the organization. Dr. David Lei 11
serves as vice president.
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Seminar at Food Brokers
Prof. Joseph B. Gregg, head of
the Food Service Development
program at Miami Dade Junior
Colege, will conduct bi-weekly scm
inars under the sponsorship of F.r-
win li Stern, Associates, 3346 nw
84th St., food brokers, at the firm's
offices The seminars will he held
for all executives and purchas-
ing agents of both retail and insti
lutional organizations in Southeast
i; rida The firm will hold an open
House next Friday. Apr L'. from
1 to ti p.m., to introduce Prof.
Gregg.
Lebediker Branch
Party Saturday
Lebediker Branch of Farband
will hold a Purim champagne cock-
tail and dinner on Saturday 6 p.m..
at the DiLido Hotel.
Committee in charge has an-
nounced that guest artists partici-
pating will include Fannie and
Michl Gibson. Mordecai Yardeini
Eddy .Michaels. Cantor Herman
Gottlieb. Ben Yomen and Louis Dan-
lo. Music will be by Irving Pie-
track and his orchestra.
Committee members include Sol-
omon Parness, Oscar Shapiro. Eli
Malm, Sam Tetenbaum, Jacob
Fraydman, Dorothy Schwartz, Dr.
and Mrs. .1. Berk! Mr. and .Mi-
Hen Talmadge, Mrs Tania Shapiro.
.Mrs. Kay Malin. Mrs. Rachel Par
ness, Mr. and Mrs. Leon April. Mr.
and .Mrs. Jerome Ve.-:ier. and Mr.
and .Mrs. Meyer Goldstein.
According to Joseph P. Zuckcr-
man, president, in charge of the af-
fair are Solomon Parness. financial
secretary, and Oscar Shapiro, vice
president.
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Conductor: BEN YOMEN
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Of Brandess Univ.
Dore Schary w ill he guest of hon-
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Univereit} Associates dinner on
Tuesday, Apr. 6. at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
Sharing the spotlight with Schary
will be Dean Clarence Q. Berger,
dean of operations and planning
at Brandeis.
The dinner will commemorate
the second Ford Foundation Chal-
lenge Grant of S6 million.
Schary is a world-renowned play-
wright, author and motion picture
producer, lie is a trustee of Bran-
deis University and national chair
man of the Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai lirith.
/Moses Grundwerg Fleeted
Moses Grundwerg, Miami attor-
ney, has been elected vice presi-
dent for Florida of the Southeast
Kegion of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America.
Crundwerk was named to the post
at a recent convention in Savannah.
Ga.. of the regional unit of the
UOJCA, the national organization
serving 3.100 Jewish congregations
throughout the United States and
Canada.
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Friday, March 3
Temple Emanu-El started as Miami Beach
]ewish Center in February, 1940 at 1415 Euclid
Ave., site of Kneseth Israel Congregation to-
day. Temple Emanu-El is today housed in its
giant-domed ediiice at 1701 Washing'.on Ave..
with an annex at 727 77th St.. Miami Beach.
The congregation's name was changed in
1954. First services in the Washington Ave.
ediiice was on Rosh Hashona eve, 1948. It
is one of the leading religious centers of the
City of Miami Beach, now celebrating its
50th anniversary.
Music Month
At Beth David
The tenth annual observance of
Jewish Music Month will he held
at Beth David Synagogue at late
Friday evening services this week.
Cantor William W. Lipson and the
Beth David Choir, under the di-
rection of Albert Sussman. will
present five new liturgical compo-
sitions.
This will represent the premiere
performance of these selections at
Beth David.
During the past hall century.
! the American Jewish community
baa been enriched by the influx of
many talented and able cantors
and composers." Cantor Lipson
explained. 'These men came to us
from centuries-old European com-
munities and brought with them
the rich heritage of Hazzanic tra-
dition which has become, with mod-
ifications, the accepted pattern and
model of Hazzanic style in the
American synagogue of today."
Interim Rabbi Eliezcr A. Levi
will relinquish the pulpit to Cantor
Lipson. who will deliver the sermon
un "Prayer Yesterday and To-
day."
Members of the choir assisting
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CANTOR WILLIAM UrSN|
Cantor Lipson are Albert s*
director, soprar Mrs Jlu|
ner. Mrs. Celia & a
liott Gordon; alt is Mrs -;:J
stein. Mrs Rosi Si |
Leopold Gerhardt:
Neii.
Mrs. Jacob Morgi
rehearsal accompai
Miami Beach Golden Jubilee Celebration
To Feature Giant Parade This Weekend
Kitty years of sunshine bursts
forth this month to provide the
glitter lor Miami Beach's Golden
Jubilee cr-lebration as the resort
city becomes 50 years young on
Friday.
A gala array of special events
has been planned to salute the oc-
casion, u'li festivities ranging
from a society ball to an inter-
national surfboard competition.
To symbolize its determination
to do everything in the biggest
way imaginable, the world's
largest birthday cake has been
erected in front of Miami Beach
Convention Hall, a gift to Miami
Beach from Fleischmann's Mar-
gerines. The cake is covered en-
tirely with flowers a fitting
tribute to "the garden spot of the
globe."
Every one of Miami Beach's,
65.000-plus permanent residents I
has been caught up in the holiday |
mood, with hands extended to all
to join in the jubilee observance.
The city's 50th anniversary will
also be marked with a Grand Pa-
rade to be held Saturday.
Free Loan Group Installs Schwartz
For the 13th consecutive year.
Isidore Schwartz will be installed at
president of the Greater Miami
I irew Free Loan Association on
Sundaj p m., .i' a dinner ban-
quet .it the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel
Rabbi s Schiff, spiritual
leader ol Beth El Congregation,
and executive vice president ol
the Greater Miami Rabinlcal As
ition, w ill gi\ > the invocation.
Chuck Hall will be
ir stalling officer, and Judge Sam
I Silver, president of the Dade
C 0 u n \ iation, will be
master oi ceremo
Musical program will feature
Luci DiLucca, lyric soprano. The
North Dade String Ensemble,
'ireeled by Mrs. Marguerite An-
trim, will offer the dinner music.
are Irvine Miller, first vice presi-
dent; Morris Kckhaus. second vice
president'; Rose Siegel, third vice
president; Max Rappaport, treas-
urer; Zeida Kimst. recording sec-
retary; Ida Ochs, financial secre-
tary; Max Price, corresponding
secretary; Bernard Jaffe, parlia-
m ntarian.
On 1' 1 < Credit Committee are
Fred Ochs. Sam Sherman. Hyman
Chabner. Hyman Kami. Ben Sil-
verman and Sam Miller.
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
1 oan Association h..*- been in ex-
istence 15 years and offers inter-
est free l >ans to need) persons.
Pythian Sisters Meeting
Pythian Sisters ol Miami Beach
43 was to hold a meeting Thurs-
day evening at Veterans Legion
To be installed with Schwartz Hall. 1828 Alton Rd.
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Many of Dadc's municipalities
will be represented, as well as such
cities as St Petersburg. Melbourne,
Cocoa, Apopka. Jupiter and Okee-
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include Eastern and National Air
Lines. Planters' Peanuts, Copper-
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A surprise feature of the event
will be the appearance of giant
balloons direct from Phildelphia't
famed Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Reviewing stands erected in
front of Miami Beach Convention
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taries from all over Florida.
The 32-foot-high birthday cake
was designed i>\ City Manager O.
M. Pushkin and constructed under
the supervision Of Parks Superin-
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30.000 flowering plants of 50 va-
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Topping the cake are 50 giant
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topped by one foot incandescent
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Miami Beach's birthday cake is
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one mile of electrical cable con-
nect- its fluorescent and mercurj
vapor lights to a master switch
which U.S. Sen George Smathers
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Friday evening when its v.ooo-watt
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March 26. 1965
-Jenlsti Fkrldian
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Jfyar l Gary Schwartz
I. ,y morning, Mar. 27.
EL Beth Am. Gary Robert.
V and Mrs. Gerald Sch-
I- -u 123rd St., will be
m
|u(,[h grade sludenl al Pal-
jtoior High, ihe celebranl
L attending Beth Am K-
[School for the past five
Ltd previously studied He-
Omaha, Nebr. Gary to
fcdyuig the Piano.
|de activities include coin-
baseball, basketball,
log and fishing
Liht'i' i- president <>l Miami
Ji ,i B'nai B'rith and
I ,..,: at iw Ehmlst
ith Florida. Gary's
,.t president ol Ha-
sponsor the Friday
[>.-, Shabbat. the Saturday
bngi national Kiddush, and
\ their home Saturday
I is Mr and Mrs
: I- ol Santa Moni< a,
| .Irs. David Prcd, of
|]' Mill attend the cele-
Glen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller, on Saturday morning Mar
27.
Glen is a seventh grade student
at North Miami Junior High and
hai iH't'ii a student in the Temple
Sinai Religious School for the past
two years.
He is interested in sports, and
his hobby is coin-collecting.
Stuart Bell
On Saturday morning, Mar 27.
Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bell, will be Bar Mitzvah at Israel-
ite Center.
Stuart is a student at Israelite
Center Religious school and in the
seventh grade al Ponce de Leon
Junior High.
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following services and at a
reception to be held on Sunday
evening,
Stuart i> the grandson ol Mrs.
Tillie Pass and Mr and Mrs Her-
man Bader.
Andrew Varat
During services Saturday mom
ing, Mar. 27, in Beth David Syna-
gogue. Andrew Lloyd, son of Mr
and Mrs Morton Varat, 74 Baj
Heights Dr will be Bar Mitzvah
Andrew is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior Hiuh
and has attended Hetll David lie-
ligiou School for five years, out-
side recreation includes baseball,
football, basketball and horseback
riding
Stuart Serkin
IMirzvah ol Stuart David,
I id Mrs Manual Ser-
< Gables, will be on-
o di) morning, Mar.
ices I I'll,|;|e .1 li-
ft sevi acle stu-
ice Junior High and
in the school
11 in
' Center Offer Latin America Conference
Mr. and Mrs Varat are tender-
ing a Kiddush luncheon in Spector
Hall, a congregational Kiddush in
the Social Hall following services,
and a reception at the Doral Beach
Motel in the evening
Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Jack
Varat, Manhattan Beach. N.Y..
Mis. Anna Toback, ol Miami, and
Mrs [da Barscl, Hollywood, Fla..
will be annum guests attending the
celebration
Russell Bookbinder
Early morning services at Tem-
ple Beth Torah on Saturday, Mar
21. will include the Bar Mitzvah ol
Russell Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Arthur Bookbinder, LOSS NE
176th St.
In the seventh grade at John r
Kennedy Junior High, the cele-
brant's best subjects are science
and mathematics, and his hubbies
arc athletics and coin -collecting.
Russell will be honored at the
Kid lush following the ceremony
and at a reception and dinner Sat
urdaj evening at the Beau Rivage
in Bal Harbour.
Among out-of-town guest.-, who
will attend the ceremom are Bus
Histadrut and UM Advanced Studies
Norman Plotkin
sell's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
A. Haber. of Cape Kennedy
Bruce Mossmjn
Bruce, son of Mrs. Pauline Moss-
man. 5225 Collins Ave.. and the
late Dr. John Mossman, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
urday morning services, Mar. 27.
at Temple Beth Sholom. The cele-
brant Is a stutlelfflh the Beth Sho-
lom Confirmation Class of 5726.
Richard Gold
Richard, son of Mr and Mrs
Martin Gold, 7374 Gary Ave.. will
in Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Alar 27. al Temple Mcnorah.
Richard is a student in the Re-
ligious School of the Temple an I
also attends Nautilus Junior High.
His interests include the clarinet
and guitar.
A reception in Richard's honor
will be held in the Empire Room
Ol the Eden Hoc Hotel on Saturday
e\ ening.
Among out-of-town guests will
be bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
William Berken and Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Goldstein, ol New York.
Norman Plotkin
Bar Mitzvah of Norman, son of
Dr. and Mrs Paul Plotkin. will
be observed on Saturday morning,
Mar. 27. at Temple Kmanu-KI.
Andrew Varat
Paul Herman
I
School in May of
1 plans to continue
>us education.
liiil Mrs. Serkin will tender
P in Stuart's honor on
lowing the service.
Harvey Myers
M ) morning. Mar. 27.
I 'On el Mr. and Mrs.
br,i Myers. 1045 SW 62nd
H called to the Torah
Mitzvah at Temple Zion.
r> i- in the seventh grade
Miami Junior High, where
Honor Holt student.
Clen Miller
Nf Sinai of North Dade will
of the Bar Mitzvah of
A conference on Economic and
Social Development in Latin Amer-
ica will be presented by the Cen-
ter for Advanced studies ol the
University of Miami and the
American Histadrut Cultural Ex-
change Institute at the Duponl
Plaza Hotel on Apr. 6.
The conference will feature the
viewpoints and experiences of La-
tin America, the United States and
Israel.
An afternoon session, 4 to 6
p.m., will feature a welcome ad-
dress by Dr. Mose L. Harvey,
director of the Center for Ad-
vanced International Studies at
the University of Miami.
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Mul Malkm, musical maestro at
the Doral Beach Hotel since it
opened three years ago. returns to
the Starlight Roof alter a short
stint at the Country Club.
Mai Malkin and his orchestra
lent their bandstands temporarily
to Guy Lombardo and his Royal Ca-
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successful engagement.
The Starlight Roof is open night-
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Norman attends seventh grade
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plays cello in the school hand. He
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Books, a discussion group. Hob-
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Mr. and Mrs Harry Mankofsky
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MfrTiMft'l grandparents, of Miami
Beach, will attend the celebration.
The celebranl will be honored
at a Kiddush in Slrkin Hall fol-
lowing the service.
Benjie Lieberman
Benjie. son of Mr and Mrs Wil-
liam Lieberman, 19520 NE lOti
Ct., will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur;
day, Mar. 27. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Among the out-of-town guests
who will attend the ceremony are
Benjie s grandmother, Mrs Esthei
Lieberman, ol Brooklyn, N Y.
Paul Herman
Bar Mitzvah ol Paul, sun of Mr.
and Mrs. Earnest Herman, 1090
NE 196th Ter., will be observed
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Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of Sarnia,
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+Jewisti IkrMat)
At a recent meeting in the Forte Towers Apart-
ments, 1100 W. Ave., a Board of Directors was
elected. Installation was at a dinner dance in
he Algiers Hotel. Left to right (seated> are
David Taylor, Dr. Stallman, Joseph Goodman,
Cardiac Hospital
Chapter Cites
Richard Berenson
Miami Beach Chapter ol the Na
mil Children's cardiac Hospital
as to hold its annual pledge
incheon at the Starlight Root of
e Dora] Beach Hotel on Thurs-
ay noon.
Richard I. Berenson. trustee of
e hospital, was to receive the
chapter's Humanitarian Award
lor o\er 20 years of dedicated
service to the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital."
Also to be honored at the Mar.
23 function were all life members.
Bob Novak and nis continentals
were to entertain, along with Carol
Tarran, the international song-
: ad."
President of the Miami Beach
Chapter is Jean Raab. 951 Bay
Dr., Normandy Isle. Chairman of
ihe function is Henrietta Fine.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Nat Colin. 1321 15th St.
Joseph Mandres, Dave Edmonds, Sam Rosen-
berg, Samuel Skoll. Standing (left to right) are
Murray Freeman, Moe Fisher. Joseph Moore,
Irving Kerkur, Charles Weinstock, Max Zuck-
eiman.
Joseph Goodman
To Head Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge
K/CHAHD BMfNSON
David Brinkley
Due at Beth Am
To End Series
tempta Beth Am Forum will
present the third and final speaker
in its series on Sunday evening.
Apr. 4
(iuest speaker will be David
Brinkley. of NBC Nem !!< will be
irlroduced by Sidney Ansin. presi-
oent of WCKT-TV, Ch. 7.
Tickets are available at the Tern,
pie Beth Am office, 5980 No. Ken-
dal Dr.
Coral Chapter
Slates Luncheon
Mrs. George Edelson. of Spivak.
Col., director ot the American Med-
ical Center in Denver, will speak
to the Coral Chapter of American
Medical Center at its luncheon
meeting on Wednesday, ll;30 a.m..
at Hurricane Harbor Restaurant
on Biscayne Boulevard.
The luncheon is being given by
Mrs. Murra) Harrison, chairman ot
tl'.e project.
The Coral Chapter has endowed
? chemistry laboratory at the Cen-
ter in Denver in memory ol Dr.
Philip Hillkowitz, founder and
builder of the JYwi~h Consumptives
Relief Society in iti4 and president
ol the organization for 40 years.
The center is non-sectarian, and
there is no charge for patients In
the pa>t year, more than GO resi-
dents of South Florida have been
treated there.

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MSTMM/TfD BY:
Mortimer May
To be Speaker
Mortimer May. past national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion ol America, and honorary life
president of the ZOA Southeast
Ion, will be guest speaker at
BX( weekly meeting of the
cheon Club sponsored by the
Miami Beach Zionist District, BC
:ording to Jacob c. Fisbman,
chairman.
The luncheon will take place on
dnesday, 12:15 p.m.. at the Rita
Plaza Hotel.
Ma) will discuss "Let's Build a
Worthy Synagogue in Israel "
May has been in consultation
with Sir Isaac Wolfson, of London.
England, and several other world
Zionist leaders concerning the im-
portance of constructing an out-
Man Mug sjmagegue In i s r a el
"which will serve as an inspiration
not only to the religions life ot the
Jews in Israel but tO world .lew-
rj
Gil Rappaport, executive direc
tor of the Southeast Region of the
zoa for the past 12 years, win" be
honored at the luncheon.
Julius .1. Rosenstein, a \uc pres
idem ol the Miami Beach Zionist
District, will serve as toastmaster,
and Sidney Raymond, a member ot
the National Executive Council of
the ZOA, will oiler special greet
ings to Rappaport. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will review the news.
Joseph l. Goodman, vice presi-
dent of Franklin Federal Savings
and Loan Association, has been
elected president ut the Miami
Beach Lodge oi B'nai B'rith. He
moves up from the post.- of vice
president and president elect.
Goodman will succeed Gerald
Schwartz, president of the Gerald
Schwartz Public Relations Agency,
at a dinner at the DiLido Hotel on
May 2. Edward II. Levin, attorney. _
who served as vice president in EleCT JOV UermGr
the Schwartz administration, will
be installed as president-elect.
Jack August. Milton Kahn and
Samuel Pascoe will serve as vice
presidents under Goodman. Mal-
colm Fromberg was elected record
ing secretary, and Samuel Weiner
was voted in as financial secretary.
Ha/pert Designs Plaques
Trophy maker Buddy Hal-
has designed plaques tor prJ*
tion to Charles Lacunae anT?
art Newman, pas: iu. M,|ontsrt*
Public Relations Society of lll
ica. South Florida Chapter
distinguished leadership and,
standing communitj service'
Carriage Clobbers in Tow
Carriage Clubbers, w ho u
their headquarters at .\iu,
Springs Villas, are planning a
week tour of the Orient 1m,
Miami Apr. 27 and returnus]
17. Tour director At Bruns
the group will stop overnight!
Los Angeles and then fly to!
lulu. Tokyo. Taipei and Ilongi_
returning to San FrancisaJ
tour is open to business and i
sional men from the south!
area. ST.
RENOWNED CANTOR A V.MIAMI |
yearly position, will ,i-,fDt$2i|
ilso accept High -
ran pension. Great ttnor. f
class choir Bar m*
teacher. M i-i. p,^
health, fine pei sonj'it,. mimg
(' no children. Write C M P0
2973. Miami. FI-,
Beach Elks
Other officers include Louis
Goldman, corresponding secre-
tary; Irving Schatzmen, treasur-
er; Gerald Schwartx, monitor;
Leo Rutstein, assistant monitor;
Ben Levine, guardian; Abraham
Swartz, assistant guardian; Irv-
ing Schenker, warden; and Ben
Moskowitz, assistant warden.
Trustees elected include William
Agranove, William Bornstein, Jack
Fink. George Kronengold, Gershon
S. Miller, .lack S. Popick, Irving
Beh a t z m a n, Paul Seiderman,
George Talianoff, Michael Sossin.
Leo i;m-in and Samuel Weiner.
W i ekly luncheon meetings ot the
Miami Beach Lodge are held Tues-
day noons at the DiLido Hotel un
der the chairmanship ot Miller, as-
sisted by Schatzman.
Former Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka Will address Tuesday's lunch-
eon at the DiLido.
Jay Dermer. Miami Beach attor-
ney, and vice president of the Mi-
ami Beach Bar Association, was
unanimously elected exalted ruler
ol the Miami Beach Elks Lodge.
Dermer is a member of the Inter
national Academy of Law and Sci-
ence and Fellow of the Academy of
Florida Trial Lawyers. Dermer
lives with his wife, Yaffa. and son
at 2325 Flamingo PI.
Other officers unanimously
elected were Eugene J. Weiss, lead-
ing knight: Zev W. Kogan. loyal
knight; James D. Levenson. sec-
retary; Irving Weinstein, treasur-
er; Lee Goudiss, tiler; and Vincent
J. Toscano. five-year trustee.
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(Male
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tienal experience desirable.
salary & excellent opportunity I
advancement. Send complett i
ume of education, experience i
reference to P.H., P.O. Bo.
Miami, Florida 33101.
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Purim assembly of Beth David
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the Sisterhood annual Purim carni-
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the bean guessing contest, Richard,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Max-
well, was presented with a week-
end tor two at the Carillon Hotel.
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Beauty Program At the Lido Spa
AIM MISTKIKI TOKS. IXC.
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For the first time in historv. a
venture designed to fulfill beauty
through the practice of good
health will be undertaken by a
S2.500.00U resort. The 27-point plan
has been arranged for the aver-
age woman's pocketbook.
The Lido Spa announced Wed
nesday that a special "Adventure
in Beauty" program will be im-
plemented during the summer
months, starting May 1. The pro-'
gram has been planned and ere- ,
ated by international experts,
headed by the well-known Swed-
ish beauty consultant. Miss Thyra
Britt. who has joined the staff
of Lido Spa and will be in charge
of implementing the code of beau-.
ty at the Spa this summer.
Announcement of the program !
was made here by Samuel Edel-
stein, executive director of the'
Lido Spa. Present at the special
conference were Yoel Eisen,
managing director; Chuck Edel-
stein sales director; and Miss
Britt.
Attendance at "Adventures in
Beauty'' will be limited to en-
able Staff to give personal and in-
dividual attention to guests par-
ticipating Both Miss Britt and
I-'.dclstein expressed the convic-
tion that "there will be consid-
erable health benefits accrued, as
well as the cosmetic gain."
For a suggested stay of two
weeks, tone week minimum
there will be a busy, daily seven-
hour schedule at the Spa, con-
sisting of massage, exercise
classes, facial treatments, mani-
cures, pedicures, scalp treatments
and oil baths in the sun. In the
evening, there will be counsel
ing on poise, fashion coordina-
tion, hair-styling and care, and a
variety of subjects pertaining to
beauty and health.
Lido Spa has arranged for a
staff to supervise the program, in-
cluding their internationally-
famed chef, Mr. Jean, who will
place "good taste" in diets to fit
individual needs, medical staff,
trained dieticians, physical in-
structors and beauty counselors.
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March 26, 1965
+Jelsti fhrldHar
Paqe 15-B
Purim Party Saturday
Purim party will be held Satur-
day nigh! in the Social Hall of
Israelite Center at 8 p.m. Featured
will be dancing, entertainment
and refreshments. Affair is spon
BOred by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Ches-
ter Letter is president. Men's Club
president i- Nat Sanders.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
l/hen Holiday on Ice premieres Mar. 29 at Miami Beach Con-
[en'ion Hall, the opening night performance will benefit Sun-
nnd Traininq Center for Retarded Children, under sponsorship
North Dade B'nai B'rith Lodge. Co-chairmen for the benefit
te (right' Murray Hersh, 1270 NW 179th St., and John Reich
left!, 1211 NW 175th St. They're seen here toasting the star,
Alice Quessy, with glasses of milk at a luncheon held to intro-
luce the show's leading performers to press, radio and tele-
lision.
|r. King Aide
>eaks Tuesday
Rabbi Morris Kipper, chairman J
the Com mission on Community
trrelations, South Florida Coun- j
American Jewish Congress, an-1
faces thai Harry <;. Boyte, of j
lanta. Ga. special assistant to
Martin Luther King Jr.. will |
[guest speaker at a community
feting Tuesday evening. 8 p.m..
|the Everglades Hotel.
Boyte's subject will be "Your
lc in the Civil Rights Struggle."
Boyte has been closely associ-
led with Or. King in recant
ftrs and was one of the par-
cipants in the march and vo-
kr registration drive in Selma,
la. For 18 years, he was an
gecutive with the American
Cross, and received cita-
Dns from Presidents Roosevelt
I Truman.
1958. he resigned from the
I Cross to give his full time to
civil rights movement. He
kr became chairman of the
krd of the Greater Atlanta Coun-
|on Human Rights.
11962, he directed the commun-
I relations project in Prince Ed-
p-d County. Va.. for the Amer-
Friends Service Committee,
ere he undertook a dialogue
Negro and white leaders to
lormine attitudes which might
I responsive to the opening of
P'ic schools.
?iso participating in the evening
fgram as discussants will be
George A. Simpson, vice pres-
m of the Miami Chapter. Na-
tal Association for the Advance-
f I of Colored People; and Rabbi
T Kronish president, South-
' Region, American Jewish
hgress
Gordon is Speaker
Jack D. Gordon, member of the
Dade County School Board and
president of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association, led
a discussion on "Equal Education-
al Opportunity in Dade County"
on Monday night before a meet-
ing of the Young Democrats held
at Roosevelt Savings and Loan
Association.
V_/ bituarlcs
LYONS
S< n.i >.Ml i.N, ;.">, f 2262 -' IV 18th
Aw., .hid Mar IS. Hi a < here
from .Mount Vernon, N.V.. SO
yeara ugu and wa* memln-r .f
I., ill llavld SynagogU. .iriil Work-
man's Circle. He I* survived by
liis \x if.- Sophie: three sons, Nor-
iiiiui It. Lyons of Miami, Dr. Al-
bert k Lyona and Clarence Lyons
>r New rork City: b sister, Mrs.
Sophie Bcrea, of I..- Angeles,
Calif.: four Kiamleliil.lr.il Ser-
vices were held Mar. SI ui Cordon
Funeral Home with Interment In
Mt. Neb., Cemetery.
GINDY
>yal Hungarian
>d Available
It Hospitals Here
? and Mrs Philip Weiss, own
J of Royal Hungarian Kosher
prws at 731 Washington Ave..
pounce that their strictly kosher
f"'5 are now available at St.
tior'Si ,1IlosP',al- North Miami
rral HosP'lal. the Heart Insti-
F. and Clover Leaf Hospital of
rjn Miami Beach.
> Royal Hungarian has also
K, VEas,crn Air SK Pan
1 ncan Grace Line and the Swiss
liiu iT l8raeM Sh'P- ,he Bi,u-
third e at ,he University
Em u 'n Gain,sviUe also serves
rd' Hungarian food to students
P request kosher meals.
ivh?''11! cat"in to Bar
K?,sand weddings in the Roy-
T"""'^!,,,.,'., newly-decorated
I'iviVt Is al Temple Bmanu-
1 n l",r:' Beth K1- Y,,""S Is-
"aml Adath Veshuiun. has cre-
J increase,) demand (Or Roy.
, n,W"an Mrvice and food, not
It L "s- but at the restau-
lgo- according to Weiss.
ANNE, 88, of 850 SW -'ml Tec.,
died Mar. 15. she was active in
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Mi,' la survived bj her aon
I'.eiijuinln. two slaters, R----- Ool-
ni.in. of Detroit, Monica .Menli.it.
of Phoenix, Arlaona; and two
grandchildren Deborah and Dan-
iel. Services were held Mar. 18
.11 i loi don inii. nil Home.
* *
COHEN, Crace Small, 87, of 87 Col-
Una Ave died Mar. 22 Rivi rsiUe.
NEUHAUS. May Hiracb. 70, nf lb28
SW 'ith St. died Mar 22. River-
aide.
WOLF. Sidney, of ISSS SB 129th St..
died Mai II. Rlversld.
LIEBERMAN. Dora, 74, of 138 nth
St.. dh d Mar II. Uordon
SCHWARTZ. Alii.it. :>, ol 7811 73rd
S'l died Mai II. S. rvli In Forest
Hills, X N Rlvei Id.
SILVERSTEIN. Ri.ae, 77, of
Sheridan lid Wlln ill and
Miami Hi in h. Rli en I.
harr.son. s imui:. : 11
Una Ave died Mai IH Rivi I
WEISBERG. lei trllde W<
\i. H
AXELROD. Harry, '"' su
M.....
s,i\:. ii Mllwauki i RiM'i aldi
PASHKOFF. Lillian '" "'
.. |, ol SW -' il h Ti dli
19, Servk-ea In New Y' I '
WINSBERG. Helen M ol ".' SW
49th SI died Mai
COHEN. Minn.-. 75, ol SW 2 ith
Ave dli I Mar 18 I iordon
GOLD. Harry, ;.:. ol M.O SW -.'!l> hi.,
died Mar. I", Qordoi
MARQUIS, Martin. 58, of 831 SW 36th
Ct.. died Mar. IT. Oordon
SWISKO. Abraham, SO, of MO Weat
Ave .li.-l Mar. IT. Oordon.
wertheim. carl, m, ol i--"-. nm
lHth Ave., died Mar. IT. Riverside.
LU9TGARTEN. Dr. Abraham, So. of.
Newman.
1390 Colllna Ave., died Mar. 178
TUBIN, Mrs Anna, S2, of WO NK
17llh St.. died Mar. IT. Ulversi.le.
FWUE. Jns.-i.li I-. 80. Of; 171 W. I'th
- si. iiiai.-ah. .H.d Mar. it Beevlcea
in Pittsburgh, Pa. Uordon.
MANN, Mi-s l.ilv.in : ill 1335 IStB
St., died Mar. 16. Rlv. ralde.
kovner. Joseph i.. 63, im K19 Har-
ding Ave died Mar I.'. Rivi n kle.
KRAMER. II.-s I! 63, th Bt.,
died Mar II Kim.M,l.
WALKER. Mi- ini I ''
I...K, \i,u In died \l Sen ci
in i. Rlversldi
gindy. Vm ,61 151 SW 2nd
. died Mar, 15 ,;
KLEGER. Benjnmln, -i
B ij Hni'hour Hi dli 'i ^ ; -' '
n \. Hi ilford, Maw R ier
sieg'meister, Jenn \'-s-
NW 2nd Her died Ma gojdon.
SOMMER, Lillian, 63, ol 1076 NW .....
Bl died Mar 2. Riverside
GOLDBERG. Hereo. tt. of JM ETW
17th Ave., .Ii"l l-'h. IT. Oordon.
Carnival and Bazaar
Mrs. Paul Goodman and Mrs
Gene Essner are co-chairing the
carnival bazaar to be held on the
grounds of Temple Beth Am On
Mindav.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3177
Till: WILLIAMhHIKtlH SAVINOS
I :.\ N K.
Plaintiff,
i -
CH VRLKS WINriTtiN SMITH, .lit..
el ux, el al,
I I.n.lanls.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tt' hail. Wlnaton Smith, Jr am
N. I iarl) ne Smith, hia w If.
27775 Rlalto Str.-el
M.,.lis.,n Helahta, M i hlgnn
You are herein notified thai tin
above f-aptloued a.-tlim haa been Insti-
tuted agalnal \...i in the I'lretill Court
of i Kl. vi nth .1...... i..l 'ii-.-nit of
Kim i.la in ami for Dade Count) to
I'm.,ins,- a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real property:
Lot 21 111... h 64 |-Il:sr VDDI'I'll IN
Tn CAROL CITY, according to Ih.
I'lai thereof, recorded In Phil Book
611 at Page 19 of the Public Re......1
of Dade County, blorlda,
You air ri quired to file u ri sjionalve
pleading to plalntlffa complain) with
the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
.-.-i \. a copy thereof upon plalntlff'a
attorney MARTIN FINK. Hade Ked-
eral Building, Miami. Hoi Ida 331S1,
imt later I han April 27, 19*5, or a
Decree l'i<. Confesao will be entered
against you
U VTKD March 18, IMS
I-: Il LKATHRRMAN, Clerk,
i 'ii cult Court, I Nide 'otint). Kloi Ida
) : K. M LV.M VN
Heput) Clerk
MARTIN I'INi:
I...... Keilelal II
Miami. Kloridii 33131
I j.;. i i-g-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3161
MARILYN DKNISK FLEISHMAN
Plaintiff
vs.
8TRPHKN ALIJ-7N I l.i:iSII.MA\
I fell.lant I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T. >: STKPHEN ALLKN KLKISHMAN I
l'.'.iU'-; Lincoln Way
Anus. Iowa
You, STKPHKN AIJ.KN" KU5IHH-
MAN, are Iwreb) notified thai a com-
plaint for divorce has I.....n filed
against you and you are required 10
file your answer ..r other iileadlng
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I
ami m serve a cop) uiuiool upon
th Plaintiffs Attorney. Nat Relss,
me Linenln Road, Miami Bvacb,
i l-'lorlda. no later than the I7th day of
April. li'.".. If >"OU fail t" do s... a
i decree Pro Confwiao "ill taken
against you foi the relief prayed for
in tin........plaint.
UATKD tliis ISrd day of March,
lsi;:..
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
i-ii-.iiii Court, l>nde County, Klorlda
,MU|) By: K M. I.Y.MAN
|i.|.ni\ Clerk
:: 26, i 9-16
NOTICE BY PUBL.CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65 C 3212
JACK I lUAZEN,
Plaintiff,
\ a.
I"l.i IREXI i: l)R VZKX.
I.. i. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< I II.. iRKNCE IIRAZRN
110 li. ach "." li -
\i. rii, '._. Queena <'..ui.iy,
Sew York
You, H'IjORENCE DRAZEN are
hereb) notlflefl thai a Complalnl foi
Divorce has been filed against you,
ami you are required t<> aei-ve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading i. the
'nmplain! ..n the PlaIntlff'a .iI
HAUi'l.li .1 COHEN, K-i -,,..i Coral
Wn). Miami 15, Ha., and file Hi. oi -
iglnal Answei m I'l, ulina In tie offl.
ol h. 'i. ii, ni the Circuit t "oui i on
or In ton the l'THi da) ol April, 1965.
If \.ii fall to do so, judgmenl i-x de-
fault ^ ill be taken againsl you for
the relief .l.-maml.-.l in the Bill ..r
i'.....plaint
This nolle*, shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
III TIIK I KWISH I'l.i lllll 'I \ N
DONE AND tlRDERKD .n Miami.
Ploi i.la. ih,- .'iih da) ol March, A D.
1965
i: II LEATHERMAN, I I. rk.
. 'I in '..nil. I >ade i 'ount} Klorlda
I wall !' K. M I.V.MAN
I leput)' i *
il VRt >l.l i Ci IHEN
2761 Coral Wa)
Ml.....i 15, I-1..
:,. for Plaintiff I 26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 65C 3186
RICH \KI I-. IRIIES,
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66447
IN RE: Estate of
SAM I- RANK LIKW,
I i. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and All Pi rsous Hs
Ing 'lalms or i leman Igalnsl Sa
Estate:
You aie hereb) notified and I
quired i" preaenl anj lalmr and .1
manda which you ma) have again
the esti t. ol SAM PRANK LIEV
dei'esseil late of Dade I'mmi.. I-'I.,
i.la, to Hi. County Judges ol Da
County, and file thi *nme it dupllcn
and as pro) i.i.-.i in s,-. m 733 i
Florida Statutes, In theli
the l .unt) 'ourthouMe In I lade 'oui
I-'I. i Ida, w ii hln six en lendi.........II -
from the time .>r the flrai publk
her. of, or the aanie "III '' Ian ed
I ... 'I al Miami, I In Ida, 'lii.- -
da> "i March, A.D
I RVlNtl LIEW
MAL'RY II l IEW
\ C Adi..... in i
Flrai publ ..i Ion of this i
i in- '.'.iih da) of Mai i ii
SMITH & M AM ILER
B) Hair) It. Smith
All. i n, \ |,.i '..-A.lln
Itii I.in, ..in Road
I 26. 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
SOTICE is HEREBY DIVEN thai
ih. mderalgned, iteslring In engagi In
business under the fictitious name ol
I .Al IE KI.ITi ITRI 'NITS .11 ISIS N \\
:',.;ili sir.. 1. Miami Inten Is t 1
sold nani. nitfa the Clerk ol
cull Coin 1 of I 'M.I. 1 Ni mi) I-101 da
UCS I.IISIT/.
^. ivv 11.-I
M \>:\ r VBER
Atlorne) fr Appllcanl
1 Alnsley Bidg.
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE D SSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
T,, m.i. ri. w 111..M Tin.si:
KNTS SH Ml- ''' ME, tlREETINiSS:
\\ ,,, ,, ,- LEI i.N KAPLAN, MIAMI.
I i.nlill.A. LEDN A KI'.-I'KIN Ml-
\M| Pl.tlRIDA: ERNES 1 INK I
BlIERT, Ml \Ml. l'l...l:ll' \. did on
ih, mill day < June, A I' 1956, 1 auai
,,, i in, ..1,. ,,i, ,i undi r hi In oi
!he State of Klorlda BEST HOMES
CtlNSTRI'CTION CORP. s corpora-
\ s.
I.ILL1E I'. iltP.ES.
Defendnnt.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO; LII.I.IK POIUtKh
130 K. Iih Walk
Sew York, NY.
Y. il', I.II.I.IE VIIRBES, mi hi 1 b)
notified to file your defenslvi plead-
ings to tin- snii for dlvon-e with the
Clerk of this Court, and serve a cop)
mi Plalntlffa attorney, BI'UEaE
LEMLICH, ''II S,.il.nl,I Bldg., Miami
.;.'. I'lm i.1.1 ....... before the 27th day
of April, 1965, or a ,1. fault will be
. nlereil aga Insl > ou.
1 la led Mar. n 2 '.. 1965
E. D. LEATHERMAN, C
. 'ii.-nii 'ourt, 1 >ade Coiinl
laeal) By C P. COl'ELAND
I leput) Cli
:: 26, I 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 31P5
RAYCE1.E ROSENBLATT,
Plaintiff,
\ a.
I.K. in ROSENBLATT,
I..-1',-ml.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IJO 'N i:t .si:Ni:i.A'i"r
il'.". Taylor Streel
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY KUTIPIED thai
a Complalnl for Dlvon-e has been filed
againsl you and you are reoulred to
s, rve a copy of your answer on
Plalntlffa attorney, MORTIMER b.
COHEN, 513 Ainsley Building, Miami,
1 m, i.la. and flit th.....Iglnal thereof
with th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court on
,: about the 27th day of April. 1966,
otherwise th.....mplainl will be taken
a~ confessed by you.
BATED ai Miami. Florida, March
28, 1966.
B. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) B) : C. P. i'. iJ'ELANH
I lepnty t'l.-i k
3 26, I J-6-16.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66107-A
IN RE: Estate of
FBI i:i \ > KAPLAN.
1... eased.
NOI it-E TO CREDITORS
To All 'n dltoi and All Pi rsons Ha\ -
Ing Claims or Demands Vgalnsl Said
Estat. :
Vou are hi reby .....Ified and re-
., red [o pres. nl an; nd de-
in., nda w hlch | ou ma) have
H,i stai. of FRIEDA s K M'l.A.N
.1 used 1 le ol I tadi Count). F or-
.; .
I hi >...... In llupli. ate
o\ Id.'d In Seetion
Florida Statutes, in their offl.
ho 1-. 11 I lade 'oun-
1, 11.....la, ii Itliln six call ndai months
from th.
.., he inu >i ill In
1 .ai. il Miami. Plot da, Ihia i li !
.i.n ol .Mai.li. A.I......5.
Nl .|;\l \N K \ I'l.AN
\. idmlnistrator
Fii -1 publication "f this nol
,li, j. h da) March, 1965.
Goldman, tloldateln A Pacaler
\ for
of I- rleda S. Kaplan
I4n| W< -1 Flaglei Street
Miami, Florida
:: ::. 1 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREin tllVICN th
the underahtned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious nami
IIKJ DEE SI PERMARKET Hi 293
hllngman R.....I. Llesure City. l-u... li
tends to n glster as .1 name iih tl
1 "lerk of the Cli euil Court 1 1 1 is
1 '..,11111. Floi Id 1
MARtU'ERITE A HA1.LAXT1NE
Sole 1 m ii.-i
.1. DAVID LIEBMAN
\ 1 torni ) for Appllcanl
.:..". l/iii...lii Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3 26, I :-:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57869-C
. IN RE: Estate nf
JOEL ALEXANDER AHR.VHA) -
1.. i-easi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 To All CreUiloia and All IVraona II11
ing Claims or Hemanda Againsl Sa
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and 1
m 1 red in | 1,>. ni an) i-lalma and d
.nan',- ulii.li you in. 11 ham againsl
the estate nl JOEL VLEXANDE :
ABRAHAMS m 1 eas. .1 lati of I ai
. 'minii. I 101 Ida, m the 1 'ouni) Judgi -
1 I lad. ...inii. and file the same
duplicate and as provided in Sectl.
. Floihts Statut. -. In their ot
flees in the Count) Courthouse
1 >ade 'ount) I- I.n 1..... u li Inn six 111
.-ii.i.u months from the tin., of II
1 >, publli at "i. hei -1 >.. 01 I hi is
u .11 I..- Is.....1
Hated ..t Miami. Florida, UlU
,ia 1 of March, A.D. 1965
MAKI. I.N AllKAHAMS
As Admlnistrail l.x ".T.A.
First publiiatlon m iliis notlci
the 26th day ..r March, 1966.
Talianoff, Waller .v- Lit man
Attorneys for Administratrix i'.'I'.a
:i 26, i/i'-:i-n:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2979
1 i.N 1: I'll A .VL.Fl 'Kl 1,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ARCHIE Al.l"' 'Kl'.
I ', fell.la 111
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, ARCHIE Al.l I 'RI*. 120 Can
street. New Haven, Connecticut, .,
hereb) notified that .. BUI ..f Con -
plain! f."' Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a cop) of your Answer i 11
Pill of Complaint on the Plafntlfl -
Attorney, Oakley U. Smith. 1 l"l N.M
North River Drive, Miami. Florid
and file tin- original Answer in Hit
.ir, of the 'li rk of the Clrcu I
Court mi or befori the 28th day of
April, 1965. If you fall t.. do s... Judv
in,-in l.i default "ill '" taken again*
you for the relief demanded In n -
Bill of Complaint.
1 .. .NK ANI IR1 lERED at .
Florida, this 19th day nf March, 191
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
del k. 'ii-cull ""ni t
1 lade Count) Florida
By: .'. P. COPELANTJ
:-. 1 clerk
1IAKLEY .: SMITH
11.1] N.W Noi ih Rivi 1 11111.
M ami, Florida
Utornci 01 1 is li
:: 26, 1 2

tl

mill Us in in. Ipal placi ol l.iisi-
.,t MIAMI. HADE I 'I'NTI in
the state of Florida, and whereas the
proper offlcera ol such corporaUon
,11,1 on lherd day of SepteHther,
\ 11 1955, cause to be filed In '
office ol ih. s,, r, i.iim ni ia*te of
1 he State nf Florida, a CorUUC*ti
1 AtnmiiUnent changing its gfgPSff**-
..iuni...t.. CiUHiNKT C.iNSTItl <;i'tON
I'nltP. and wpareas such eacaorasHon
,li,l 0n ih. Wth da) of Match, A.O.
...... cause 1.. I..- filed In 1 ha o| flci ol
. ., iai 1 >' State of the siat.- ..1
.,. in. documentar) ami.....t)
1 required undei < '<......~ 2..
Statutes, showing ihe dissolution of
-.,, I, ,,i| ration.
therefore, the be. n la
State .I". hereli forc-
ed thnl the I
reqi...... Ihe law have be. n
.implied >'
NESS Will !RI '!' 1 ham
e, : im hand and I
..n s. al ol
plot Ida, al Tallahasse. the
, pitnl, this ihe r\v 1 :i.i-"i'ii da]
MARi II. 1965.
. 1 roM ADAMS
s,. 1. t.ui 1 ,f State
9 |6 .;:,
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Cha*ery.Nev6S C 3043
To Whom it May Concern:
. N..ii, is h.-iehy gjxen that the 1111-
1,1 n.,I |M-uiio|i. is. VICTOR l-A-
XV i'AK and KMHtENi'lC LAXVi'AK,
iihes,. residence address is-. u:':l Lenox
Avenue In the .City of :MI*ml li.-mh.
Dade County, Florida, intends to ap-
ple to the I Ini.i.ral.l. Marshall C
U,.-eh. ait. Judge "f th" I'.l.-ienih -In-
dioial 'n. nh, ill and for Jia.le Coun-
ty, ai his office In the County Court
Uouse, nl i"::'." o'clock a m.. on the
jisi da) of April. 1968, or as on
I >i. >. 111. i- .is iiiei may b. beard, foi
.. nrd. 1 changing their ....
\ 1.ni Florence 1.
to t'li ni 1 .../.ik and 1-......11 1 Laalk
i, he) h then
be known.
.Iai of m in 1, \ 1'.
\ ICTOB I.AX.V'AK
FLORENCE I.A/.M'AK
I vt.: li ,1. rs
II VERY /.IK i:i:\ II K
Ai in. 11. 1 for Pel il in||,-IS
il'ii 1.iii, oln Road
m......i Beaob, Florida I 26, ) 2-6-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH jUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3002
BERNARD V SMITH,
Plaintiff,
A.NNK SMITH,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'll: VNNB SMITH
Greenpolnt, Brooklyn, N.-iv Toti
Vnii. a.nm: smith, are herehy no
titled thai .1 JL-i 11 f Complaint ft-"
Divorce has been filed against you,
1 and you are 1. QUiri d to serve a eopy
of y.nir Ai.r OF PleadinK to the
Kill of .'nini'laint on th,. PleAiitiff'a
I aitoj-iiey, STANI.KY E, i:o(UIAN.
liiiis N \\". ]nd Kt., Miami, pion.la
anil file Ih.- oriuinal All.-ft, r , iiiK in- the "fie 1 ol the Clerk of th
Clrcuil Qourl on or before the 28tli
da\ ol April, 1965. If you fail to d*
so, tudgmi in by default in be take
agalnal you for the relief demand*
in ih. Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive weel
In THE JEW 1SII I .1 Mill HAN
DONE ANT' ORDERED al M
Florida, this im!i da) of March A 1
E. I- LE VTHERM \N. Clerk,
i- i
(seal) P COPEDAND
11 I. rk
STANLEY I-: ..." 'I'MAN
. SS N w ii-1'"] Str. .1
ml, Fla. 1IX 1 -0889
Attorney for Plalntll 1"
I 2-9-14


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LIQUOR, WINE, BUR DIVISIONS
JeWlSh FlOrldlian CJA Groups Host To
Speakers at Westview
Florida. Friday. March 26. 1965
Section C

V
In deft lo right) at the Liquor Industry CIA W. Halpern; guest speakers. LeRoy Glucks-
tch at Westview Country Club are Jerry berg, of Vic'or Fischel and Co.; and Gershon
t; lirman of the Food. Restaurant and Hotel chairman, Leo A. Chaikin; and Dr. Milton J.
|sion; Liquor Industry co-chairman, Jerome Feidelman.
PIERRE SALINGER TO TALK SUNDAY
illion Dollar Breakfast Set
1 Salmuci pi e >s set retarj
Residents John F. Kennedy
L ii.d a lor
I member ol I
^ --. n ti
|l'(' gUCSl ol
,lt .1 l '.I \
In Doll a r
liii^n break
|at the Fon
bleau Hotel
bnriay moi n
fin a.m., ii
announced
Ir Irving
pian. cam
chairman. s/u/NGfR
in response from every divi-
in Hie campaign, including
.md pn fessions, Residents,
i' and the N'orth Dado Syn-
igogues, has been an excellent one
(, date," Di" Lehrman stated. "On
ur.daj morning, we are asking
he leaders ol each oi these divi-
sions tn join us for breakfast with
. uric Salinger and to report to
he community additional pledges
that 1 am certain will put our
CJA campaign over the million dol-
ar figure.
Dr. Lehrman said that "the
UU figure, lar figure .frPgvclud
lar figure." As of late this week,
the campaign had reached well
over the $950,000 mark.
million dollars will be more than
a goal to shoot for. It iwill be a
target that tells us that we are
right on the beam toward meet-
ing our 1965 increased goal of
$1,435,080."
|. Prinz Flies To W. Germany
By Special Report many at the invitation ol the Sen-
, ,, ,, ate ol West Berlin.
I ['in/, president of
an Jewish Congress, de. Dr. Prinz, a former rabbi of Ber-
pl bj an Saturday tor Get- tin expelled by the Hitler regime
in 1937 for his anti-Nazi activities.
will meet with West German
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, West
Berlin .Mayer Willy Brandt and oth-
er German officials during a week-
long visit.
He will also meet with German
student and faculty groups, edi-
tors and religious leaders. This
Friday evening. Dr. Prim will
conduct Sabbath services at the
rebuilt Pestaloiiistrasse Syna-
gogue in West Berlin.
In his talks with government of
liciaK Dr. Prinz is expected to
discuss the proposed extension of
the statute of limitations on Nazi
war climes, continued West Ger-
man economic and other aid for Is-
rael and other issues
Dr. Prini assumed office last
month as chairman Of the Confer-
ace ol Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations. The
conference consists of 20 leading
\merican .Jewish agencies and is
considered the mosl representa-
tive and comprehensive grouping
of American Jewish organisations.
Salinger has had an outstanding
career and won national recogni-
tion for his effort, as a crusader,
journalist, a rackets investigator,
and as spokesman for two Presi-
dents.
After the assassination of Presi-
dent Kennedy on November 22.
1963, Salinger continued as press
secretary at the request of Presi-
dent Johnson. Salinger was present
at the historic conferences be-
tween the new American Presi-
dent and the new Chancellor of
Germany, Ludwig Erhard.
On March 19. 1964. Salinger re-
signed as press secretary, with the
Presidents approval, to return to
California, his native state, to enter
the race for U.S. Senator.
At the Million Dollar Plus Break-
fast. Dr. Lehrman will present a
campaign report which will be
brought right up to the minute
through the announcement of ad-
ditional campaign support to be
presented by division leaders.
"Our volunteer leadership this
year has come to the fore in
every important division," Dr.
Lehrman declared. "Because we
have chosen to meet an increased
goal, it is vital that the leaders
Continued on Pass 8-C
Leaders of the Liquor. Wine and
Beer Group met for their annual
CJA Brunch at Westview Country
Club on Sunday, under the chair-
manship of Leo A. Chaikin, of
Weinkles Liquor Stores, and Je-
rome W. Halpern, of Atlantic Liq-
ours.
Honored guests highlighting the
occasion included Gershon Avner,
Israel Ambassador to Canada, who
spoke of the needs of the United'
Jewish Appeal and Combined
Jewish Appeal, and called for "con-
Beth Torah Drive
For CJA Sunday
Leading members of Beth Torah
Congregation have been invited by-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein to at-
tend a meeting on behalf of the
North Dade Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign on Sunday evening.
8:15 p.m.
The event, one in a series of
meetings sponsored by leaders of
Beth Torah Congregation, will be
held at the Stein home. 2060 NK
198th Ter., in North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Stein is president of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of the
Congregation, and Mr. Stein is a
board member of the Congregation.
Co-chairmen Samuel Fox and Lou
Taylor, of the Beth Torah Congre-
gation CJA drive, stated that they
were extremely pleased" by Mr
and Mrs. Stein's generous action.
"Once again leaders of our com-
munity are coming to the fore for
Combined Jewish Appeal and help
ing to spur our campaign, just as
Mayor and Mrs. Arthur Snyder and
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Margulies have
done." they said.
Jewish Authors
Win Awards
For Their Books
NEW YORK (JTA' Three
Jewish authors were among those
who received the National Book
Awards last week, given the au-
thors of "the most distinguished
books written by Americans ami
published in the United States in
1964."
They are Saul Bellow lor his
novel, "Herzog," who won the
award in the field of fiction; Louis
Fischer, for his "The Life of Len-
in." in the field of history and bi
Ography; and the late Dr. Norbert
\\ iener, who was given the award
posthumously in the field of sci-
ence, philosophy and religion for
his book. "God and Golem. Inc."
Dr. Wiener died in August in 1963.
This was ihe second National Book
Award for Mr. Bellow, who also
wen it in 1954 for his novel. "The
Adventures of Augie March."
tinued intensive support to rescue
65.000 Jewish men. women, and
children during 1965."
Leroy Glueksberg, vice presi-
dent of Victor Fischel and Co..
discussed the need for a unified
organization to be formed by M
segments of the Liquor Industry.
"The retailer, the wholesaler, the
supplier, all members of our in
dustry. must band together to meet
mutual needs that greatly affect
the future of our operation in every
area of our country," he said.
Co-hosts for the brunch were Dr
Milton J. Feidelman and Chaikin
Members of the Committee for
the Liquor, Wine and Beer Group
include Gus August, Harry Berney,
Marvin Florman. Al Frank, Larry
Frank. Jerome Frankel, Ralph
Fried. Justin Gcttis, Sam Gold. Sey-
mour Howard.
Also Marvin Levin. Melvin Lewis,
C. Fuller Nail. Stanley Rose. Bert
Seliger, Murray Spill. Phil Straus.
Philip Walden, Frank Weinberger,
Jav Weiss and Jeff Wershil.
Montreal Teacher
Glorifies Hitler
MONTREAL (JTA) An in
vestigation was under way here by
the Montreal Catholic School Com
mission oi the practice by a sev-
enth grade teacher in a Catholic
school who has compared Hitler to
Christ as "a great leader." deeorat
ed his blackboard with a photo o:
Hitler and the swastika symbol,
and organized his class ol 11-year
old boys into Nazi-type military
cadres, including "SS-men."
However, while the probe was
still on, and the offending Hitlei
photos have been ordered removed.
Jean-Marie Mathieue. the Commis
sion's director of teaching, as well
as Brother Asselin. director of the
school, took no exception to the
teacher's practices.
The teacher is 22-year-old Bro-
ther Rene Lahaie, who is in his
first year on the faculty of the
elementary school, LaMannais
Catholique. In addition to com-
paring Hitler to Christ and dis-
playing the swastika, he had also
taught his children to say each
day: "Heil Christ."
M Mathieue said that the teach
er's "intentions were good, but
the procedure itself is certainly ex-
traordinary and open to criticism."
Brother Asselin expressed "surprise
at the sudden interest" of the
teacher's methods.
Saying that hundreds of parents
had \ Isited the school, he comment-
ed: It seems to me the teacher
could have chosen Satan and Oust,
and no cne would have asked any
questions."

CR. JOACHIM PRtHZ
'Durban League
*nily Picnic Set
' t ii e women will
, tamilj picnic on Apr. 11
I n Hammock, with all
r:"\' -" to Variety Chil-
f' Hospital, it was announced
treslenl m,s Arthur Pepper.
r lun [ allocated for the care of
" Patients at the hospi-
Hprf196i .Suburban League ex
fa,,,r S5'000 annual a total contribution of $7,000.
Mental Health League
Mental Health League for Chil-
t dron of the child Guidance Clinic
of Dade c o u n t y sponsored a
fashion show at Burdincs Miami
Hibiscus Dining Room on Thursday.
Mar. 18. at 3:30 p.m. The "Chic do
Paris" Champagne Hour fea-
tured the Celaneses Paris Couture
Collection.
Leaders of the building industry meet at the
home of Chairman Morris Lapidus to make
their own contributions to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Division drive prior to launching
the overall industry campaign. The gather-
ing heard Lapidus talk about his trip 0 Israel
and Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 CJA chairman,
discuss the campaign story. In response, the
group contributed 18 percent more than last
year for the drive. Left to right are Donald
Kaplan, Construction Division co-chairman,
George J. Taliunoff. Trades and Professions
Council co-chairman; Dr. Lehrman; Chairman
Lapidus; and David B. Fleeman. ConstrucMon
Division co-chairman.


Page 2-C
Jewish Hcridiari
Friday, March 26,1
M. Murray Weisman (left), of Stamford, Conn., and Col.
Nathan Rood, 845 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables, are briefed
by U.S. State Department director of Near Eastern Affairs,
Roger P. Davies, before their departure as members of an
American Jewish Committee delegation for a trip to Israel,
Rome and Paris.
Former Miami AJCommittee President
Joins Exclusive Mission to Europe, Israel
an audience with Pope Paul at the
Vatican on Wednesday.
Roger P. Davies. director. Office
of Near Fnstern Affairs. U.S. De-
part menl of State, met with the
delegation for a briefing session
prior In its departure.
The mission has been organized
for two purposes: to provide a
group of younger community
leaders with direct experience of
the American Jewish Committee's
oversea's program, and to help
Col. Nathan B. Rood, of 845 Cata-
kinia Ave., Coral Gables, is a mem-
ber of a delegation of national
American Jewish Committee lead-
ers who have embarked on an In-
terreligiOUS and cultural exchange
mission to Europe and Israel. The
group left Kennedy International
Airport in New York on .Mar. 8.
The delegation, which will fly a
tc ti,I (it twelve-thousand miles on
.: three-week trip to include Rome
and Paris, was scheduled to have
STARTS MONDAY
MAR. 29 thru
SUNDAY, APR. 4
JUST 6 NITES
AND 3 MATINEES
MIAMI BEACH
Convention Hall
Prices SI.50; $2.25; $3.00; $3.75
Ail reserved, tax int.
Children under 16, Vi price
Sot. 2:30 pm-Sun. 5:30 pm only
MORRIS CHALFEN'S-
WORLD FAMOUS
develop human rotations projects
in the areas visited.
At the same time, delegation
members, who come from 23 cities
throughout the country, are ex-
pected to serve in their home cit-
ies as sources of interpretation and
information on the Committee's di-
verse programs abroad.
The mission has spent 13 days in
Israel, where the Committee's of-
fice in Tel Aviv arranged confer-
ences with top Israeli officials and
leaden in cultural and related
ficWs. In attrrition. n number of
workshops were set up to bring to-
gether members of the delegations
with prominent Israelis in similar
occupations to exchange views and
information.
In Rome, the AJC delegation will
visit main religious Institutions,
including the Vatican and Pro Deo
University. Of special concern to
the mission will be a new insti-
tute at Pro Deo. the Leonard M
Sperry Center for Intergroup Co-
operation, which is a joint Catho-
lic-Jewish Research Center estab-
lished to analyze and combat the
roots of prejudice in religious
teaching. The Center is named for
the late Los Angeles industrialist,
an American Jewish Committee of-
ficer who had long been active in
interreligious affairs.
In Paris, the delegation will
look into the American Jewish
Committee's European and North
African human relations pro-
grams especially the projects in-
volving the cultural rehabilita-
tion of close to 200,000 Jews who
have migrated from North Af-
rica to France. The Committee's
European headquarters are lo-
cated in Paris.
In October, 1961, the Committee
established an office in Israel to
develop a program t educational
and cultural exchange in order to
foster mutual understanding be-
tween Israel and Jews in the;
United States and other free coun-!
tries throughout the world. As part'
ol this program, the AJC is cur-
rently sponsoring at the Hebrew
University a pioneer study of the
attitudes of Israeli youth toward
their own Jewishness and toward;
Jews of other countries.
The American Jewish Con*
founded in 1906. ii ,he pion^
man relations agency i jj
try combating bigotry,
the Civil rights of Jews -!
advancing the cause of!
rights everywhere.
Col. Rood, a member of th.t,
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president of the local org;J
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said.
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tions throughout the country and
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ister David Ben-Gurion and other
leaders of Israel's political, eco-
nomic, social and cultural life.
Genocide Pact
OK Urged Again
WASHINGTON (JTA> Sen-
j ate ratification of the United Na-
i tions Convention on Genocide was
j sought this week by the Ad Hoc
I Committee on Human Rights and
I Genocide Treaties, which served
j notice at a meeting here that a na-
tional campaign will be waged to
i rally public opinion.
The committee will be formed in
j every state of the union to ad-
vance educational efforts pertain-
ing to the need for anti-genocide
ratification by the United States.
Members of the Ad Hoc group
told senators that 67 nations, in-
cluding Russia and West Germany,
have ratified the UN document, but
the Senate has failed nevertheless
to act. They charged that the mea-
sure has been pidgeonhoied by the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
tee for many years, and that the
Administration has taken little ini-
tiative to bring the treaty to a vote.
Many Jewish groups are active on
the ad hoc committee.
At a luncheon with Minister of
Social Welfare. Dr. Joseph Burg,
the delegation participated in a
frank exchange of views on the
question of religion and state in
Israel, and it expressed deep in-
terest in the further devlopment of
Israel's religious life in an atmos-
phere of tolerance and understand
ing.
The Study Mission also discussed
problems of immigratioon and in-
tegration with Moshe Rivlin. sec-
retary general of the Jewish Agen-
cy.
Hebrew University President
Eliahu Elath analyzed Israel's ed
ucational needs at a luncheon meet-
ing with the group. At the Uni-
versity, the delegation also met
with Prof. Moshe Davis, director of
the University's Institute of Con-
temporary Jewry, and Dr Shimon
Herman, of the Department of Psy-
chology, who briefed the del.
tion and presented a progress re-
port on the three-year research
study on the Jewish identity of Is-
raeli youth which they are conduct-
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loil" Merwitzer, treasurer; Israel Greenberq,
fev Joseph Krantz, Harry Belt, co-chairmen;
Ciment congregation president; Joseph
Ifodoff sssistant chairman; Rabbi Joseph E.
awovskv spiritual leader. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Jar-nb L. Hoenig, congregation
secretary; Mrs. Israel Greenberg, Sisterhood
president; Mrs. Carl Brandes, Sisterhood vice
president; Hyman Zaidman, Banguet Commit-
tee chairman. Beth Tfilah's 18th aniiversary
"Chai Banque'" on Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at the
Crcmwell Hotel will honor Isidor H. Kramer.
Braf. Heschel To'Visit' Union Seminary in N.Y.
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*Je*isfrncridHain
Friday, March
By EOYTHE SCHINDLER
Louie Bandel
26. 19
Florida9s Racing Commissioner

Most Miannans
b e s t remember
Louie Bandel as
the first Jew to
be elected to city
oft ice in Miami.
They also remem-
ber him as a
judge, a member of the city com-
mission, and an exponent of pri-
\ate enterprise who came out
against government participation
in slum clearance projects
But twenty years ago, Judge
Handel became a breeder 0/
I oroughbreds on a small ranch in
Ocala. He is knowledgeable in
racing, and Gov. Burns has re-
cently appointed him State Racing
Commissioner,
Governing Body
The Racing Commission is the
governing body for pari-mutuel
establishments in the state. It
supervises, tests and checks all
tracks and frontons, including the
employees and animals involved.
Judge Bandel said. "I'm flat
1 red to be the first Floridian on
;ii' Uniform Rules Committee ol
tbi National Association ol Rac-
g Commissioners
While Go* Burns is opposed to
ing the summer months to
. 1.....ludge Bandel said. "] can
-(e a lot ol discussion on sum-
er racing in the industry "
Both the Judgt and Gov. Burns
1 oppi sed I nil track betting
The shying from any extension
ol ra< ounded on a tradi
platform aimed at placal
g those elements in the state
who deem pari-mutuel establish
: el is as either unmoral or bad
business. Rather, according to the
Judge, it can be shown that gamb-
1. profits both state and some
en Florida takes in about S34
n a year as a result of rac-
ing, and each county gets its
hare Innumerable satellite indus-
tries tlourish To wit, the Judge
eflected happily on the fact that
LOUIt BANDEL
all good causes
the horse breeding business gets
better all the time.
Unpleasant Aspects
While the Judge is delighted
that Gov. Burns gave him his ap-
pointment and a free hand, along
with the admonition that the Com-
mission's function is solely to
protect and assist the industr]
in every respect," he does ad-
mit the position has some un-
pleasant aspects, From here on
OUt. Judge Bandel may well be
known as the Racing Commission
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For many years, Louie Bandel
was a hard worker for causes he
held dear, but more recently bus-
iness circumstances have forced
him to withdraw from active par-
ticipation.
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fined to Jewish affairs," he said.
"1 would work for any good cause
regardless of its religious associ-
ation. Humanity is my interest,
but naturally I have a particu-
larly warm feeling for Jewish
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causes. I was raised an Orthodox
Jew. and except for meeting the
diet regulations, I still consider
myself living the Orthodox way,
I believe religion should be clari-
fied with the times.''
Judge Bandel was a member of
the Board of Directors of Beth
David Congregation and sold
Bonds for Israel around the state
"to non-Jews," he emphasized.
But the Judge was excused from
his bond-sellin;' job. "You see,"
he explained, "some people ob-
jected to my stand that Israel
should take over the Suez Canal
and move Nasser into the Mediter-
ranean."
The Judge maintains that Israei
is a shining light, a bulwark of
Democracy in the entire world.
Capacity for Hate
In the still lithe, ever jaunty,
somewhat impish attitude that
Louie Bandel impresses on his
world, there does subsist a ca-
pacity for hate.
"1 despise Klu Kluxers." he
said. 'They're the worst elements
those who put hoods over then
heads and gang up on a man."
Even years ago. Judge Bandel
used to make speeches against the
Klan in Hialeah.
"I dislike the Birchites." he
said. "I've always been opposed
to bigotry, and I've played a part
in mitigating it in Miami."
Judge Bandel worked to create
a police precinct in the Negro
area, and it was during his term ,
that a municipal judgeship for a
Negro was brought about.
"I can not and will not tolerate
a man who drives while drunk,"
he said.
Law With Compassion
When Louie Bandel was a Judge
of Traffic Court, he was consider-
ed a one man terror against
drunk drivers. He set up Miami's
traffic school which has met with
universal approval and has been
copied throughout the country.
Judge Bandel is keenly con-
cerned with the problem of men-
tal health and has worked to es-
tablish three major institutions.
Four governors appointed him to
the State Tuberculosis Board, a
position he has just resigned af-
ter sixteen years of serving, and
which he considers one of the
most important in his life.
Judge Bandel. a born southern-
er, is opposed to bigotry and es-
pecially to brutality "A law en-
forcement officer should use the
law as a weapon against violators,
not a club And the law should
be wielded with compassion." he
feels
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>rael Has Plan for the Underprivileged
By
SAUL
CARSON
_ (JTA) -
iTFD NATIONS
X most .maginat.ve plans
, of the "*
id in a the
underprivileged
tilc orld the lands
.tries, ol i.....,_.lv contain.
majority,
of the globe's
are in >n,\
tfiiSKi Presented to
SS,s,-n,.lli:.al,xper,s
n ernational Bank for Recon-
leiJn and Development (the so-
made a
loan commitments) of $3,000,000-
000 in the next five veers, the
loans to be repayable in 30 years
at no more than 1 percent inter-
est. The purpose is to speed up
development at a much faster
rate and with much more gusto
than hitherto.
The plan was submitted by Mr.
Horowitz last summer to the United
Nations Conference on Trade and
Development, a three-month-long
series of sessions held at the UN's
European headquarters in Geneva.
By all accounts, it seemed to have
electrified the conference and was
one of the few new approaches to
World Bank) has
'.I ,tudy of the proposal. That
rftSrMat considered by
UwStalives here of aU 114
h of the United Nations, as the problem of aiding the underde-
hy the two governments veloped countries to come before
are most important in the the world body.
Id of finance but are not mem- Af(pr (liscussjng tne plan in com.
of the UN.. Switzerland ana mj(tec and jn plenary scssion, (he
H Germany. Horowitz Proposal seemed so ap-
hat particularly pleases trienns )eaUng lhat Jhe conJerence voted
Israel here, as WwU^W,,"', I to ask the World Bank to study the
matter thoroughly and report back
to the UN Secretary-General. That
vote was carried by a ballot of 97
in favor, not a single negative
and 12 abstentions. The Arabs, of
course, not daring to vote in favor
of an Israeli plan but seeing that
the rest of the world wanted it. ab-
stained.
Central to the Horowitz Proposal
is a very important idea. That in-
volves the rate of interest for those
themselves, is the fact that
dan is officially named after
(JEu. |, is called the "Horo-
Proposal." The man whose
, u given to the plan is David
owitz, Governor of the Bank
Israel.
jrieHy, this is what the plan
oposss: That the affluent na-
kns of the world undertake to
|id to the underdeveloped lands
ra amount (beyond present
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ence'.' That would be made up by
the affluent countries through con-
tributions to a special fund lor that
purpose.
Obviously, such a scheme
would require governmental
sanctions, agreement by the
world financial community be-
longing both to the World Bank
and to IDA, and the establishment
of many complicated, perhaps
complex, technical procedures.
(No one is handing out three bil-
lions that lightly at 1 percent
at that).
That is why the World Bank was
requested to make this study. Fur-
thermore. there were other propo-
sals designed, more or less, for
tackling the very problems envis-
aged b > Mr. Horowitz. Britain
came up with one plan. Sweden had
some ideas on the subject too.
It may take a lengthy span of
time before the plan is voted into
effect if ever. The fact is. how-
ever, that it is being considered
very seriously The World Bank
though! deeply enough about the
plan to invite Mr. Horowitz to vis-
it its headquarters in Washington.
where the Israeli discussed a mul-
tiplicity Of details with the experts
there It was only alter that per-
sonal conference that the study of
the -Horowitz Proposal" got under
v aj
Mr. Horowitz, who is 66. is a <".a
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Friday, March 26, ;
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J his (A/eekend
AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls Av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evr.
---- ----
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
son.
Krtda) "' i.". ami vir. p.m. Cantoi Lip-
hft\ and chilr will premier*1 five new
liturgical cnmpoaltlona in twvrvanev
-
?on will apeak "ii Prayer Featerday
and Today." Raturda) > a.m. Kcr-
mon: "The Revoll of youth." Bar
Mltsvah: Andrew Lloyd, son of Mr.
i.nd Mrs. Merlon Varat.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Prtday 6:1a p.m. Saturda) s :... a.m
Kabbath l\n-ah. Herman; "Ritual
I'l.'anlm. s>."
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rdbbi Berel Wein.
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Prloav) !* p.m. Laal late nervlcea
until aftai High Hoi) Day*. Sabbath
i.f Cleansing. Sermon: "The Lbrhl
that Never Kails.' -Mr. und -Mis.
I'hilip I.. Cook will hoal the One*
Hhabbat. Saturday *:45 a.m. Sermon;
"The Danger of the Red." '. p.m. dla-
cuaaion: "The Portion of Law." 3 IB
p.m. "Farah Adumah."
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ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes-
Hiday :15 p.in. Bermon: "Every
Rabbi's Dream." OneB Bhabbnl li".-t-
d bj Blaterbood. Saturday vi-"' a.m.
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ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thoaox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Krlday 3:30 and B:U p.m. Saturday
8:45 a.m. Car Mltsvah: Ruawell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bookbinder;
Paul, s.-n ut Mr. .-ml Mrs. Krnesi
Herman; BenJIe, win "f Mr. ami Mrs.
William l.i.-li.rmjiii. Mincha Vl". p.m.
NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack l.erner.
PVIday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mlli-atones
and Mii/.vahs.' Bar Mltsvah: Unry,
sun ir Mr. and Mr-. Richard Bern*:
Glenn, son of Mr. ami Mis. Itoberl
K.iiipai.it. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Rabbi
Richter "ill be called i" the ('rail
fur the traditional "I*frul" in honor
of liis forthcoming marriage.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1519 Washington Aye. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
Friday ">:30 p.m. Saturday's a.m. Ser-
| iiimiiiaamisnin.....atnsBT~iiiiri~^~*
CANDLEUGHJING TIM
22 Adar 6:15 p.m.
I
i>r(ion
,i the Week." Mlnchn
nion:
,; ''-" __.__
-LAG'-ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st '
I PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros- !
nteld Cantor George Goldberg.
r*ridaj 8:13 p.m. (3ueHt Hpeaker. Mr>.
i-M\ th flelger, i eglonal directoi. i
Vmerlcan mend* ..f Hebrew I'nlver-
ully, Ones Shabbal hosted by Mr.
and Mis. flyman Malakoff In honor
' >'1 their wedding anniversary: Ei
Rubinstein, in honor < day, S:SU a.m. Mincha 5:30 p.m.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
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SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Friday 0 ami 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Song
of tin- Valley." Uneg Shabbal in honor
..f Cantoi Cohen ami choir. Satur-
day 8:30 a.m. bermon: Tuition of the
Week." Bar Mltsvah: Stuart, s.m of
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Belt -Min.lia '
p.m.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday .":3i p.m. Saturday vily a.m.
I Sermon: "An We Color Blind?" Min-
.lia 5:45 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi L-avid Lehrficld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday i; p.m. Saturday 8:86 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Our Most Important Month."
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strasafeld.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Krlday ":::" pin. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Tin- sin of SUence."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
rrlday 5:13 and 8:13 pin Sermon:
"The Christian l..nt and tin- Pass-
over Prohibition Leaven Are tin-
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Two Related?" Saturday s i. a.m.
Sermon: Kituais Tin Ration i Bnd
th. Non-Rational." Bar Mltavah: lr-
win. -.11 ..f Mr and Mra. Jerome
Kati Mincha 1:1* p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumga.-d.
|- Ida s ::n p.m. s. mon: "xl- hal ls
..in rolleste Oenrratlon Thlnklntr?"
Snturdn; 11:13 a m Bar Mlt\-ah:
Han sol < Mr.....l Mrs. Herald
s. hwarti I'al- KOn "f Mr. and Mis.
II..ward S.liwaltz
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
':!.". p.m. S.inii.n: "Do W. >>>'
Want W* |.,s.i>..'" Satnniiis II *.....
Bar Mltavah: Roliert, son ol Mr and
Mr.-. Elliott I.I. lit. list, in
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Frldat p.m. Sermon by Cantor Gotl-
II.I.. "Jewish Musi. Today." tne
Shaidi.it hoated by Mra, Ann Jacobi.
in honi.i i.f her forthcoming trip i"
larael, and her daughter Mra. -I. Wm.
celebrating In r 17th weddlna
annlvi raary- Saturdaj I0:J0 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Conviser.
Plidas vl." p.m. Sermon: "larael'a
Declalon to Exchange AmbaaKadora."
Saturday 10:4.'. a.m. Bar .'.litxvali:
Bernal Robert, s..n of Mr. and Mrs.
David Baleen; Bruce, aon of Pauline
Moaaman and the late Dr. John Moaa-
inan.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Prldas v:;n p.m. Servlcea conducted
by Cantor Releeman. tmeg Shabbal
hoated by Slst.-ih.....I. Saturday :S0
a.m. Junior Congregation.
---------
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Creen-
wald.
rrlday j:30 and K: 15 p.m. Sermon:
"The L'nvanlahlng Youth." Saturday
'.' a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week." Min.lia 5:30 p.m.
----- ----
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Canter 2vi Adler.
Friday s::tn p.m. Sermon: "Happj
Birthday Miami Beach." Mayor Mel-
\in .1 Richard will extend greetlnga.
Saturdas 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Week-
ly Portion of the Bible." rloi Mlts-
vah: Kornian, mm of I >r. and Mr-.
I'aul llotkin.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Germans
and II. i I "in i i. .1 Naala."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
hi-lday ;::: p.m, Kamilj servlcee fol-
lowed bj ''a. i; Shabbat. SHturda) 11
a in. liar Mltsvah: Stuart UhvI
..t Mi ii.I Mr-. Manuel Serkln.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
1 'l ,|" 8:18 p in. s, i in..... "I'lirin in
Spirit." Saturday : a.m. Sermon:
"The I'ortlon ol Ihe Ijiw Bai Mlts-
vah: Richard, son uf Mi and Mr-
Martin (iold.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman.
TE.!?ZyE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
I'liday s;i;, ,, -,,.,.,Ii: ,.-.,.....,
J< ^^ i-h st> le." Saturdii) 11 a.m
>'.:' M,i,,z^11;- ,':i-- on uf Mr and
Mra, John Mill.-i
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Si", I, | I ,, S(| | 1 .;, ( i,,,_. .
Mi and Mr* i im-bi Mi -
. '.......' hl blrl
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temple zamora. 44 Camera Av
Conservative. Pabbi Hershel Brooks
C.intor Ben Dickson.
Alvin
mi. uipnr-
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TEMPLE Z.O\. 8000 Miller Ra
Conservative. R.ibh, A:fiea wa-
man.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. isoO N. Miami
WeCrnick0,,"'Va"Ve- Ra,,bl H"">
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SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK SHEMl "
Kosher and non-kosher animals arrayed opposiu each
"These shall ye no! eat ol them the camel n,.
badger ... the hare the swine they arc unclean"!!!H
you" (Lev. 1:4-8).
SHEMINI On the eighth day of their consecration
and his sons offered sacrifices for themselves an.l the peoole
Moses' command. Then Moses and Aaron came out m theV
of meeting, blessing the people. The glory of God appeare*"1
fire from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on Un altar \
the sight, the people cried out and fell on their faces, Nadab ?m
Abihu, Aaron's sons, offered "strange fire" on the altar; a
Issued forth and devoured them. Aaron held his \\ ,,
The priests arc commanded not to drink wine or strongdnjj
when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may put different
between the unclean and the clean" (Lev. 10:101.
The portion details the laws describing cleanliness and ,i
ui
cleanliness in regard to the eating of animals. fo!
and
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is .
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewi^
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher,,
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nt.
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volurri
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Sermon Must Havei
More Than a Title
By RABBI ZEVI GREENWALD
Do Catchy Sermon Titles Attract
Worshippers?
Whenever there is an under-
taking, its purpose is stated. A
public building is marked to in-
dicate what it stands for. A book
I is headed by a
title to give an
indication of its
content. In either
case, things must
| have a name. In
! the same manner,
a sermon or lec-
ture must have a
heading to in-
form the audi-
ence what topic
the speaker is go-
ing to d i s c u s s.
Whether, howev
er. a catchy ser-
mon title attract- gABBI GKttNWAlD
worshipers is an
other matter.
We live in a time when adver-
tisements and publicity play an ex-
ceedingly important role in our
lives Madison Avenue has spread
its influence to all our endeavors
and undertakings, so preachers
can not escape these impacts and
imitate its approaches of sensation-
alism and salesmanship,
People, however, will no"
to synagogues and tcrnplei ;:>
cause a catchy or unusual top*)
announced. That Bccomplisil
depends entirely on Ihe
one who has made a name I
sell and to whom audience!
attracted. A sermon bj anin::v
al of that caliber, i |
catchy and sensational topic. .iif
?dd greatly to the number of |
who would want lo listen to "..m. |
It is an inter. ng lac"
when Ihe Almighti intended'.oi'
liver the greatest sermon l]
t-mes, file Ten Comma"
Mount Sinai, then was a -Mi
advertisement applied: "Be
for against the third day, i Ex.
Hi. God appeared in the gn
spectacle that mankind ever I
held, amidst thunder aw
ning "
But in this case, it was n"
ly an advanced notice, it
as a preparation. VkidukM
both spiritually and phy-ical
What is lacking, and so i1"
noticeable today, is the deiicia
in Hebrew education and
awareness in our audiences,|
tli.it no sensational title an
manship can make up forttaesHj
vious delects
Beach
At Congregation Beth Moshe 1965 Combined Jewitb <'\
campaign breakfast on Mar. 14, Israel Ambassador to C
Gershon Avner was honored guest, and delivere- a "-
on Israel." Shown (left to right) are President Mer'.e M'cr^ |
Ambassador Avner, Rabbi Richard Marcov;tz ant Che-
David Dogoloff.


fc^ March 26. 1965
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Abramowitz
Of Temple Menorah
Lhbi Itoyer Abramowita, spirit-
Tieader of Temple Menorah,
L .0 Miami Beach via Montre-
JBc-lin and Rome. I'pon his
Luaiion from the Jewish Thco-
1...,! seminary, he served as
Lu.il leader in Montreal. Can-
+Jew 1st fkwidian
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Dominicans Vow Israel Relations
uherc re
eived experience
| \i inn .....
'his chaplaincy enlistment.
Commissioned as a chaplain in
hrS \iniv from 1945 lo 1948. he
Led mosl ol his entire tour of
k in Germany and Austria. In
Hition lo serving the religious
Lls of military personnel, Rabbi
hmowitz became intimately in.
Evil with the welfare of Jewish
(vivors in the displaced persons
|ips of Europe.
Mowing his demoblllxatlOB, he
Lined i>> Europe, serving as
Cfiiir ol emigration for the Joint
Itrihuiion Committee in Italy. It
: during these three years that
supervised the liquidation of the
5 camps through the many emi-
|tion schemes sponsored by the
labbi Abramowitz accepted the
pit ol Temple Menorah in 1951,
i known as North Shore Jewish
pier, and when it was the only
aio^iie in the northern area of
Lnu Beach. In the fourteen years
SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican
Republic (JTAi Assurances
that the Dominican Republic's tra-
ditional friendship with Israel
would continue in the future, and
that the Government of the republic
would continue to cooperate with
Israel and the United States, were
voiced here this week by the Pres-
ident and Foreign Minister of this
country when they conferred with
Israels Deputy Prime Minister
Abba Eban.
Mr. Eban, here on a four-day
state visit, was given these assur-
ances at a conference at the Presi-
dential palace with President Don.
old lieid Cabral and Foreign Min-
ister Ramon Caceres Troancoso.
The Dominican leaders also asked
that Israel continue its technical as-
sistance to the country's develop-
ment program.
After a luncheon in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Eban by Israel's Ambas-
sador Benjamin Varon, attended by ,
the President, the Foreign Minis-
ter and other high government of-
ficials, a state dinner reception was
held in the national palace for Mr. '
and Mrs. Eban. More than 1,000
guests attended the event.
niler Attends Conference
^rrtl A. Sandier, leading rcpre-
utive on the staff of Metro-
Han Life Insurance Company's
ral Gables office at 595 Bilt-
iWay, lia> been invited to par-
pale in a five-day business eon-
tiKv with President Gilbert W.
piusih and other officers of his
npam at the Riviera Hotel in
Im Springs. Calif., this week.
RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWITZ
since that time the Temple has
grown with the expanding com-
munity by adding a Social Hall and
building a beautiful Temple struc-
ture designed by Miami Beach Ar-
chitect Morris Lapidus.
Rabbi Abramowitz and his wife,
Rachel were married in Berlin.
They have three children: Dahlia
was born in Italy, and David and
Rcena in Miami Beach.
flower
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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PRINCIPAL TEACHER
WANTED
FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
25 Hour Week Salary $5,800
For Year Starting August 15, 1965
Write, Staling Qualifications, Background,
and Experience.
FVT., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
Pepper Unveiling
flit Dedication of a Motiunieiti
lo i/i<- Memory of tht late
CLARA PEPPER
tvill ul;e place
Sunday, March 21th at II a.m.
m the Jewish Section of
Woodlawn l'arl{ Cemetery
with Rabbi Solomon Schiff
ofjlCtUliHR.
Friends and relatives are
cordially invited to attend
ArruiiRfiiieiits bv Palmer
.Miami Monument Cmnpunv.
CANTORIAL
SOLOIST
WANTED
Modern Synagogue desires highly
trained musician with quality voice
to sing at religious services. Bari-
tone voice preferred but not man-
datory. Good timing and pitch
necessary. Ability to train choir
desired, but not essential.
Write C.S., Box 2973
Miami, Fla. 33101
Include complete biography, musi-
cal training, and synagogue experi-
ence, if any. State name, address,
and age, plus other details. In-
clude salary range, and whether
you would be available for Friday
nights and Saturday mornings, or
either.
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Supply House for Synagogues,
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Friday. March 26.
CM Million Dollar Campaign Breakfast
To Feature Pierre Salinger Sunday
Continued from Page 1-C
of the Trodois and Professions,
the Residents, the Women's Di-
vision, and the North Dade CJA
drive represent their areas and
and cover all outstanding pros-
pects before Sunday," the chair-
man added.
"I am certain that the leaders
of the Women's Division, chaired
by Mrs. Inez Krensky, the Resi-
dents Division chaired by John N.
Serbin. and the Trades and Profes-
sions Council, co-chaired by Norton
Pallot and George Talianoff. will
announce vital support for the cam
paign.
"We are proud and honored that
Pierre Salinger will join us for
this mid-campaign highlight, and I
am certain that all members of the
community will want to attend."
Leadership Sponsoring Commit-
tee for the Sunday breakfast are:
Jam. s Abermitn, Leonard Auewi,
Mrs. .lark A. Al'lin. I^mls \V A.ll.i.
William Vgrnnow, A. .1. Alexander,
Ma Amdur, Kidnr) l'. Anstn. It. Wil-
liam- Apt<. i.. Juli Ai kin, I.- Blei
Arkin, Harold A1..1.1.. :. Oil .1......h
M. Ai >. s Ftunuld Itai netie, J. Wil-
liam llanw Jr., Mr* .Kranei IV oker-
man. Albert .1 l'.. Morrln Hei'Rer,
Hi Ruth !' Ir> Ina 1 1 lln, Mi -
William lllndei. .lorn 1 11 I'-n iibauni,
David Blank, Jerrj Wank. Sam
HI nk, Mri 1 h li|i llloom, Robert 11
Blun 1.. llluml <-rs, w II
1:. .. ; Hoi ivhj. Man in
I : VInIr l.ivner, Loui* 111'*-*-
Eichmann Aide
Is Sentenced
VIENNA fJTA) A Vienna
jury sentenced Erich Rajakovic, a
former aide to Adolf Eichmann to
two and a half years in prison this
week on war crimes charges.
The jurors declined to rule on
whether Rajakovic, 60, had ordered
murders ol victims of the Nazi per-
iod hut affirmed his complicity in
the death of 83 Dutch Jews during
the Nazi occupation.
The former SS captain disap-
peared after the collapse of Nazi
Germany and was found in 1963 to
be living in Milan where he was op-
erating an import-export business.
He fled to Switzerland and was ex-
pelled by the Swiss police. He then
turned up in Vienna, having Aus-
trian citizenship and was arrested
*nd held for trial.
1. r. Mrs. Richard Brlekman, Mni-
lir.....I, Bheitard Brood, Jo*ei>h I'..
Brook*. Richard Buchblndcr. Joseph
lliirtowwky, 1... \. Chalkln, Edward
I nhi >i. Joaepli *..! 11. Dan Oi
Ben I'utl.i. JoHeph IVnmiirk. .lack
1 Damon I, i:.i 1 kikxim. !:'' K
liainn, !. .. 1 : 1 Wnltri lflk.
Varon Kbit, F>nul 1 ni>ki M r.
. 'ha 1 P 1 ini >-
lir. Herbert rVlnl Mich id F> Id
M -- lien 1 Iilman, Rol 1 l-1 Idman,
A, ('. Fim .!< Beph '"! '' ; '
1 11, Irving Prankel, Ma> nh
("rleilhi-rir, Samuel N l-'i .illaml. Mur-
i-ay Krlt'dman, Hyilne> (Sann, Samuel
;.]-- 'ii. Alex ainshurfr, \it* [.mils
(ilahhir, Mi- A 1.. CJIIckman, Oeorge
rioldberx, Sam Goldman, Burton II
llol --.in. Edward 1:..* I~ 1 .u. Mrs. Sol
c;,.1.1-1. in, i" Blllol Gordon, Paul
Gordon, Mi- Milton Oreen, 1T J. A.
Oreenhouae, A. A. Grunhut, Nathan
(lummlck, Jerome Halpern, Mrs.
Trad) Ham. 1-1 lilac. ErouM l" Har-
ris, Louis Hani-. Marshall s. Han-Is,
Sam .1. Il.-lnian. Daniel N.al Heller.
l.-i-iini. Herakowlts, Albert lliili
Albert I llir.-'li. Howard, Dr.
Norman Jafte, ESmeal Junta, Dick
.iiirmain. Aaron M. Kanner, Irving
Kaplan, Leon Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Katsman, Morris Kauffmaii,
Ixiulu Kenln, Irving Kern, Jay 1 Klu-
lak, Max Korkor.
\h- Inei Ki-nsky. Georiri Kronen-
Bold, Mr- Florence Kupperman, Abe
Kuia-h. Donald Lavlftne, Mr, and
Mr, Mdnej Lefcourt, Mr- Jean ('
1.. iiniaii. Jerrj- M. I.elrhuk, Dr, and
.Mr.-. Irving Lehrman, Sam C Leven-
Hon, Itoberi Levin, Joseph M. Llpton,
Ronald Mpton, ll> Upcin, Heriierl
1. Kin, Sam l.tiby Jr., Euaene Maim,
Dave Melln, Robert Merrltt, Baron
de llirs.h Meyer, Mnrrla Mlnov, Ira
Mogul, Harrj Mlaraoh, A .1 Molasky.
Emll Morton, Peter K Mower, Ra>
MufRim, Alex Mas-. Kenneth M
Myers, Mr and Mrs Btniibj >". Myers,
:. rs, Samuel Norke< n, Ma \
1 >i-..-. iu, AI 1 isslp, Herliei 1 I'aigi E
Albert I'allot, Norton I'allot, s Ron-
ald l>ii Hi 1 Nal \ Richard
- 1 1 .11. ek lavid r i In
Mi Anita Pr -;. Jai 1I1 Rahtnovt iiz.
-.1. 1 1- Itablnou Itz. Josi pit M Roue,
I Itoaen, Hel ehel R 1
.. s Ruben, Irving Rubin, Ml-
Rudi-n. I
. Mrs llou aid Si liai lln, Stan-
I r. B< 11 S< hu-artx S I Sell-
.\h-. SmIh. > Schwarts, Julius
1 ian s.-pi. 1. John Serbin, Mi -
Ft 1 -I K Shm bet,
Saul Sllberman, .Mrs. Benedict Sllbel
1111 11. Pete Sllverman, Mr and Mr*
Sllverman, Mrs Sol Sllvi man,
[In, 1."in- Snetman, Mrs
- n SI.....nhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sirkln, Max Sockloff, George Bog*
- :..si>... Robi 1 Son ersteli Her-
- aim Jr.. Mnx 11 Spit... San-
Spi Ini/.. 1 Nriii.ni Stein, Morton
Stein, Jack Stein, Ben Stelnmuller,
Vrnuld Stern, Erwln It. Stern, Fred
rtl 11..11A Bunaklnd, rjeorjte Tali-
anoff, Joaapn Teltetbaum, Max T-m-
. bin. Byron .1 Topol, Mi- Howard
Ji rome I'ffner, Ralph w.-i-
liarrl, Maxwi II II Wi Isbl itt, An hui
VVelsn, Sheldon tt'elax, Milton VWIaa,
.\l.,v Wi Hi, li \ ing W'e.llel. A. B.
VVIen*-r, '"- Win-.n. 1...mi- \\
l ^'.lff', Leonard Kigman,
Larrj Zlrn, Joseph P. Zuckerman,
s. in txman, < ar Ma mber,
Schwnrtx Joseph ISoodman
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New Shakespeare Society
The newly-formed shake*
Society will meet Apr 7 jnT
319 NE 23rd St., with Dr' ^
George Jacobson as hosts
sons interested in workina
the Summer Shakespeare fL
which opens July r, al Bm
Hall. University 01 Miami with
You Like it," may ,ontac n
Delmar E. Solem or Dr 'iy
Diers at the UM's Ring Thea'e1
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In the spirit of Purim. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner
Tamid. and Bruce Richman. education director, examine a
gift exchanged on Purim between Temple Ner Tamid
and Congregation Beth Torah. Bearer of the gift, one of the
students of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School, is Michael
Freeman.
Jews Mourn Lord Morrison Death
LONDON (JTA) Jews
throughout England joined the na.
tion in mourning the death of Lord
Morrison of Lambeth, better known
as Herbert Morrison until he was
knighted in 1955, who passed away
here at the age of 77. He was a
life long and ardent friend of Zion-
ism who had held many high of-
fices in Britain, ranging from
Home Secretary to Deputy Prime
Minister and Foreign Secretary.
A leading member of the Labor
Tarty, he fought tenaciously against
the British White Paper promul-
gated in 1939 in an effort to halt
Jewish immigration into Palestine,
and often acted a- one of the fore-
most British spokesmen on behalf
of Zionism.
He visited Palestine several
times and fought inside the post-
war Labor Government for a more
liberal policy regarding the Jewish
settlement in Palestine. When he
went to the House of Lords in 1955,
he continued openly to show his
friendship to Israel.

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, March 26. 1965
+Jm>isi) Ikradian
Page 9-C
[ithern Region
/B Conference
ited Apr. 2-4
By Special Report
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
foMc^JflMW
hroad rapid and allencom-
'.";, staking Place In
I da) ., revealing great
BriOUS issues which COniTO l Planters Oil some of the other juices from
(jean Jewrj I he South- Housewives who have conic to Duffy-Mott. These include Sun-
conference 01 We| i depend on Planters Peanut Oil for, sweet Apricot Nectar, Sunsweet
iMgion^a"""*' ^^ on+fS0. mutn of theu- C00Iuhh. mii bafc-
I ,!..... (h iwR ing can go right on enjoying this
product during Passover.
Planters Peanut Oil is certified
kosher and parve for Passover, so
you never have to be without this
deliciously light, polyunsaturated
olive product a favorite in their ju"ew Steak H0US6'
homes. N'ow the name Ajax appears
on an all purpose cleaner with "am- joe Berkan and Ted Weisberg,
monial" added. owners of the Robin Hood Restau
Ajax liquid will have your home 'ant, plan to build a steak house
sparkling clean for Passover quick- 'his year on property they own at
er than vou ever thought possible Coral Way and SW 8th Ave. Ber-
In fact, it cleans like a white tor- kan and Weisberg also have ret
nado, getting into corners and taurant holdings in Miami Beach
hard-to-clean areas, turning them and Ft. Lauderdale.______________
sparkling clean without scraping.
/'will be on how the JWB
lewish Community Centers are
Ugful forces 1
n dealing with
Bue8 racing Jewish life.
Cf0rd Solender, executive vice
bent of the National Jewish
f4 Board, will address Jew-! oil.
jers from 11 Southern States. Here is a tasty recipe for you to
banquet on Saturday night, j try during the Passover holidays:
al the Woodmont Country,
" Bake n Brown Potatoes
3 pound potatoes
2/3 cup Planters Peanut Oil
2 teaspoons salt
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
Pare potatoes and cut crosswise
Apricot Nectar, Sunsweet Apricot
Apple. Prune Juice and Mott's
A.M., a fruit juice which is actual
ly five "good health" juices in one
delicious drink.
The extra benefit of ammonia
makes Ajax ideal for cleaning
floors, walls, woodwork, and ev-
ery other washable thing in your
home.
Other Ajax products that can
make your Passover chores easier
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Cooked Prunes, plump, tender tergent with ultramarine-plus,
prunes in heavy syrup. All of these Ajax window cleaner with Hexam-
fine products are certified kosher monia, and Ajax Ammoniated
for Passover. Look for the rabbin- F'>or and wall Cleaner all certi-
ical seal on the package lied Kosher for Passover.
Use all of these fine products,
Tetley Tea and this Passover you'll have more
Smart housewives will be ready time to spend with your family
tor Passover entertaining just as and your guests.
they are every year. These are the---------------------------
into 1/4 inch slices. Pour 1/3 cup ones who serve and enjoy Tetley C-v.J^ic Pvpriltp
Planters Oil into each of two shal- Tea every season of the year. Tet- OOVICTb LXctUTc
low baking pans. Arrange layer ley Tea. like the enjoyment it _, _
of potato slices in each pan, turn- brings, knows no season. It's part flaTCC MOT6 JGWS
ing potatoes to coat both sides with
oil. Bake in very hot oven (450
cleg K 1 about 2.") minutes or until
of the scene no matter what the
v. cat her.
Nothing will take the chill off in
LONDON (JTA) Three
more Soviet Jews have been exe-
Lrtram H. Gold, execot.ve di-
cr of the Jewish Centers As-
lition of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Be the principal speaker at
jncheon on Sunday, Apr. 4.
,r addresses will also be de-
i bj Di Lou II Silberman.
sor, Vanderbill University,
[Alfred Dobrof, director, per-
. services, JVl V,
delegates will hear and dis-
[ ,im. as "Jewish Separt-
rj Acculturation," "The Jew-
mmunitj Centet in the Great
;,." "Who 1- in the Military.
;i j|, "The Sal)
and the 1 cuter. Social Ac-
,ilit> or Revolt." "National list lor Passover, do yoursell and and you get the same hearty taste
j Organiza- your family a favor bj including a cup after cup The article, written by a woman
r Youth," number ol Mott's and Sunsweet 1, ,, wonder thai Tetley Tea judge, named Eulaimanova, head
Jewish products is the tea drinker's tea, and the of the Uzbekistan Supreme Court.
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for many years.
Next on your list, put Mott's Ap
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1 md recommendations on
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It and the veteran in Veterans
prooucis is the tea driiiKer s tea. ana me <."..-..... -......
start with Mott's Apple Sauce favorite ol Jewish families every- reported that, having been.convicl
which 1- the perfect dish with any where. It you are not a tea drinker, ed ol embezzlement 0 large sums
pie Juice or
Juice With the
Sunsweet Prune
kid- home from
istration Hospitals, can best school for the holidays, cither one
ttved.
concluding plenary session
see the current president of
luthern Region, Mrs Milton
of Miami Beach, turn the
over In Mitchell Bush, ol
I a now president-
1 ideal for breakfast or late after,
noon energy boosts.
e more reason to try Tetley l monej from a textile-haberdash-
You'll find it a welcome change en factory, the following five per
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The first three are Jewish names.
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by
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Friday, March 28
Tradition of the 'Mikveh'
LEGAL NOTICE
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is a "Mikveh?"
The expression "Mikveh" liter-
ally refers to a "gathering." Our
current colloquial usage of this
term refers to an abbreviation or
a short form of the Biblical ex
prossion "Mikveh" Mayim" which
means a "gathering of water"' (Gen.
1:10. Lev. 11:36). In the Book of
Lev. (11:36'. the Bible tells us
that "a spring, cistern and a gath-
ering of water will be (remain)
pure This indicates to us that
a properly arranged gathering of
water retains its state of purity
even if an impure object falls into
it.
Furthermore, such gatherings of
water can be used to transform an
object or a person, at certain times
and under certain conditions, from
a stale of impurity to a state of
purity. So important was the neces-
sity of a "Mikveh" in community
that some llalachic authorities de-
clared it was permissible to sell
even a synagogue in order to have
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a proper "Mikveh" in the com-
munitv. (Meshiv Davur 2:45).
What is the basic nature of a "Mik-
veh" compared to other sources
or collections of water?
Besides maintaining a certain
minimum of water which is regard-
id as sufficient to contain an en-
tire pWfsbri, the Mikveh. in order
to be ritually proper must be such
o body of water that has been
drawn from some natural source,
e.g., a spring, rain. snow, ice or
hail. This natural base of water
must not have passed through a
vessel or any object which could be
classified as a container during
which process it could have been
considered as contained in some-
thing created by man and detached
from the original container of wa-
ter, i.e.. the earth.
Why does such a gathering of wa-
ter have the ritual effect of puri-
fication?
A number of reasons are offered.
Basically, it is maintained that the
Bible considered such water as a
purifying agent, because it brings
the object or the person back in
contact with natural origins. Im-
purity and imperfection is said to
be the result of man's artificiality
compared to the Almighty's basic
originality. In the process of crea
tion the world was originally either
all water or submerged in water.
Immersing man or an object in wa
ter brings one back to its original
nature thus wiping out all the im-
purities that influenced the object
through the process of its develop
ir.ent. Water is thus a means of
spiritual purification besides being
an instrument of physical cleanli-
ness. From a practical standpoint,
the therapeutic value of water ha.
long been recognized. Its physical
benafivts have been extensively
put to work in various forms of
hydro-therapy which bring physical
comfort and healing to a .host of
diseases and pains.
Its healing values in mental cases
have been realized during the
course of which many mental pa-
tients have been quieted from their
stress periods while being im-
mersed in water especially water
which circulates, thus emulating
natural flowing water. MosCevery-
one has enjoyed the relaxing ef-
fecta of bathing in water and the
stimulating results of swimming
. in fresh bodies of water. Jewish tra-
dition has only made the cycle
complete by adding to the picture
the spiritual values of natural bod-
ies of water which lend spiritual re-
newal and purification to the taint-
ed soul or essence of the human or
object. Some moralists have inter-
preted the source of the root of the
term "Mikveh" which also serves
as the basis for hope through re-
newal of one's faith.
LEGAL NOTICE
Ancient Temple
Found in Negev
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
remains of a temple dating back to
the sixth century before the open-
ing of the Christian era have been
found in archaeological diggings
near Arad, in the middle of the
Negev Desert, not far from the
Dead Sea. it was announced this
week
The excavations there have been
under way for several years. Also
discovered by this archaeological
expedition were Hebrew messages.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVKN lh.it
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name il
DISCOTBEN at 11"" N.W. ISSrd
Drive, in the > "f Miami, Florida,
Intend* <-. register said name with the
Clerk "I the Circuit Court of bade
County, Florida.
I.' >NPON DIRTRIBl'TIN'l
COMPANY, a Fla. Corporation
By: Perry London, President
Cnldln, llotht-nlierg .v.- Lelchuk
Attorneys for Applicant
:'.".". isisi'.-iyii,. linililiiiK
Miami, Florida 3S1S0
:: ::. I 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144.A
IN RE: Estl......<
FRANCES BENJAMIN
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you are hereby notified and re-
quired '" present any claims and de-
ad* which you mas have aga nsi
,,. estate of FRANCES BENJAMIN
deceased late of Dade County, BToi -
Ida, to the Count) Judges "f Dade
County, and file the same In dupllcat'
Land as % provided '.n Section {I
Fli rlda Statutes, In their ufflci In
the Counts Courthouse In Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
from Hi. time "i the flrsl publication
hi i. of, "i the same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 12th
das "i March, A.l>. 1965.
PHILIP .i. MILLER
ZENA MARTIN
As Executors
First publication of this 11. t i. on
the 26th 'ia\ ..f March, 1963
PHILIP l MILLER
Attorni v for I )xw utors
107 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai h, Fla.
:. _';. I 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144-A
IN RE Estate "f
FRANCES BENJAMIN
I.....
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Til ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN'
THE ESTATE 111 SAID DECEDENT.
Vcu aii hen If led thai a writ-
ten Instrument purportlnie to be the
Insl ill and testam< n( : sii Id di i
ii.ni has been admitted to iirobate In
i 'in i You .ii hel'eb) .....I-
mamled within h \ calendar month*
11 ..in the date of thi fli -i publication
h hi i.. to appeal in -a"! 'ourt
ami shov ans you can. wh>
| the action id -.il.l i "oui i In admit! Inn
said w ill i" |>robate should i
unrevoked
W F BLANTON
Count I
tseall Us MELHA C DICK
Clerk
PHILIP.I MILLER
Attornes
107 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai h, Fla.
Flrsl publication of tins notice on
the 86th das of Mai. h, 191
I .... I 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLirT^Tl
INTHECIRCUTC0URT'T'
ELEVENTH JLDIC,AL ra?
CSUST OF FLORiOA IN N,
DADE COUNn im CHANPB,
NO. i:C,>02i
PACUNE API'
Plaintiff
v S,
SOLOMON APPI.i:i:\i\i ,
SAM VPPEL
I >. I, ii.l.,
SUIT FOR DiVOFtrc
TO SOLOMON \i ,"."CJ
Apl
Montreal, .
You, K ilomoil \
by .- led
for Divorce lm
you, and yoi
ropj ..f your \
i H II ol I
Lincoln Road
and fib the nrit
Ins in the offli
Court i.i
das "I April. I-
luibti mem bs dei.iuii
attains! you i
in the Bill ..i .
This notlci
eai Ii "... I. I,.,
In Th. JEM ISII
DONE AND i| RKIi ,i
Florida, iin
:..'.'.
E. B. I.EATIIKKJIAN
Clerk, C
l lade i hi
ISeal I !
De|
1'AI'I. KHI I'M \
Attorm
WEDR-FM,
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,
it
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61761-B
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM SILVER,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is ii, i-.-i>> irlven that l have
filed mj Final Report and Petition
for Itlsttibutlon and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate ..f ABRA-
HAM SILVER deceased: and thai "
the Mth day >.f April. IMS, l ill
appls to the Honorable Count) Judge*
<-t* Dade County, Florida, for approval
of sai.i Final Report anil for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
..l the estate of the above-named de-
redent. This lTth day ..f March, 196J.
MILTON i: MANNHEIMER
As t-:.\. .UI..I
KOVNER t MANNHEIMER
Attorni )
::ii Dupont Plaxa Center
Miami. Florida
:; 26. I 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the indi rslitiu d, di -ii im to i an .-.. In
lii-m. ss under tl it ..... I
A-l EMPLOYMENT al \ K Ml.
Streel register said
I the Clerk ol the C i ill
Court
A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. INC.
S< S in -ir ..'vi S|d< :.' I, Pi
:i I2-19-2I, i ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2613
NELA NASSI,
Plaintiff.,
RALPH NASSI,
I lefendaiit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt I! R Al. I'll NASSI
Avenlda P, No, "17 But
Tijuana B. <' Ml Xico
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint foi Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required t.. serve a oopj ..i your an-
swer to ih. Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs attorney. LESTER ROOERS,
wh..se address ix 999 N.W. Mth Street,
Miami, Florida, and Me the original
of the Answer in ihe office of the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
In and for Dade County, Florida, on
..i before the 13th day ( April. IMS,
in default of which the Complaint will
be tak.n as i ..ni. sseil by you,
DATED ihis mil, day ,,f March,
I96S,
!:. B, LEATHERMAN
cu-ik of the Circuit Court
tseal) B] : '. I'. COPELAND
_______________________ 3/12-19 26 i .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
A .v 8. Bl'ILDINC] rn al 1051 N.W
195th street, North Miami. Florida In-
uinis to register s.ii.i name with the
i h-rk ..i Hi,. I'ii, nil i 'oun I '.i.i.
County, Florida.
SII i.\i:\ p IKM1DK
HILERY I' KILVERMAN
Attorni ) for Applii am
____________ :: '" '.: i '-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
ii. iimi. reigned, desiring to engag< In
business undei the fi. titous n ime ..r
rMI- H ^I'l'V LONO LIFE HOTEL
: 221 B.W ISth Avenue, Miami In-
tends to register said name wuh the
"' 'ii' Clroull Court ol Dad.
t ounty, Fli.i Ida.
isaac ehlman
'.-i:.'-i:i.26

i IN THE CIRCUIT COURTC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIA..
FLORIDA IN and FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHA\CH
NO. 65C 2026
Tin: IVILLI .
| BANK
I
\ i
EDWIN Rl 'P.K1!
VND ------- I!.\ 1 |
married,
I '. I. 11.I.i: '
NOTICE OF SUIT
Th Edwin Ri
i in. Corp* lb
IT.' Ni '* Fedei
t-tte Avi
im":.. and
wife, ii mat riei
if iivina ami
h,ii -, .i. \ i-., -
slgnees, li.i,..is.
other clalmanl n,
und.-i or steal
named defendat
1i.ii are hei.
aboi. capli.'ii.
siituied against in thr '.1
Court nf the Eli Ii Judicial
of Florida in ami I i Uade Coi
foreclose a mu upon
lowing desctila
l^.i '.' Block km AVI
r< Carol city........ims
Plat thereof, i. id in list I
at Pate 19 Of ill- I'
Dadi County, K
Yon are requln
pll a.liin; li. plaintilf'i*
the Clerk of th.
serve a copy tin
attorney MARTIN i INK, Dakl
eral Uldg.. Miami I
later than April
I'n. i'onfesso ivill
i ..ii.
DATED: Mar !
E. B Li:a rilKRMAN
Clerk of ihi i
I seal) 11} .
Deputs i
MARTIN FINE
I ...... I ..'.,. ||
ni.|]im i
IN THE COUNT V j.DGE'SCO
IN AND FOR DAOE C0LNT
FLORIDA I ->R0BATE
No. 66 6 B
i\ RE Ests
It.VYMOM
NOTICE TO sEDlT0R5
To All CrediK ',

iiuired ti uresei
which |
the estate id II
Count)'.
-.mi. i-'
-
nil m
.I.-. ea>ed late
Ida, to Hi. i
County, and fill
i ..I.- and a- ii
Florida btatutex,
the County < 'oui
i\. Florida,
m.mills from He ': '.',
publication hi reot
be barred.
Hated at Mlai I l"1-1' ,M,1
day of March, A I
\ l\ IAN MAKtls
.\v Adininisiratnl
First puhli.......ii : ll';; '
the mth da) ol March, l-
BYRON L. BPARBr.H
Attorney for Adnilnistratru
Address ISO Lincoln Raa
Miami Leach. Florhlii .u:t(j
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.T.OUS N*"BUMS
NOTICE IS IIKUI I*" U"ZJ
the underslgiied, ''v"'",, .">
buslm -- under in. fictW
SOI I'll DADE i '->" I
8.W. sith Aw.. Mi.""'. '"' ;,!
Intends to regtsiei -
, i, 11. ..i in. "'""
COUn,y'H*ARHY>! KKLDMAS
KES'SLLK si MA
AIL.I II.-NS I-I API
. .1 l.e.Jeillie Rl
NOTICE L.ND!R..W
FICTITIOUS NAMit*"
notice is iii:ri:i
the undersls..... -: '"-.''. w.
business iuli
al Bulti 2(1 ...rl,u
North Ml...... II' i ilh ,h(
i register aW
of ih. Clri
Florida. .- CHARLES......>''
FREED ''
Hi Blsi aym B
Miami. r'io


toy,
March 26, 1965
-JewlstifhrMian
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
! *..... '"""'>
|.\ X IIIIBEZK
n ,.V| r\ i \\\ OFF'KES
ityforJui '-'""',
, bur tiilfivj Rosa
12 i.:!. <=
f"ZfCiRCL'IT COURT OF THE
l JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Is DADE COL NT V. FLORIDA
| IN CHANCERY
N) iC 2-119
I U .......I
I KERN WOE/.
I t. SCHNEIDER
I'OTICE B> PUBLICATION
I 'N
. Illl
-. Alt MON-
| ..i ..i
, SCHNEIDER
;< \ |iai .i.i- .-in I
I .. .. .- 1.1.....I..1
Dmnv
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
idelitlnl
Street, in the
Dude i
th. II,.u-
llt, ... Hi,
In
R,
i
i:. '- "' '"
i. in
ii..... In
louse al II "'
\ jl l >.: Ma!
..- he may
inglng his
INEIDER l>i
i,.i in known.
in flip your
.-,,., ih,
CARI, EDWIN LIP-
llliiri 16499
.i \ \. i: ii v1 unil
9th

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1-26 I J
"After trying liquid hydrogen, solid propellants
and whatnot .we finally used horse radish!"
Cop. 1964, Davnu Product,o,.t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgni ,1, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
K K1 Hi i 1.1: l( E s t ,\ l It A N T A
LOUNGE at is:t, \y in, Avenue. ffla-
leah, Dnde County, Florida, Intenda
tn register said name with the Clerk
..i ih. I'lreull Court of Dud. County,
Florida.
ALLEN I. HIIAMTZ. President
..f I IRAN O >., INC
Kl'RT WELLISCH
Attorney for l'run c .. inc.
167 Almerla Ave., "oral Gables
:'. 19-26, I '2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi.- iii,.i.i simi. ,i. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Tin: powder room ai ii t Lin-
coln Road Building, Miami Heach,
|.'l..i Ida Intends to resist, r aald name
"i'ii ii,. I'lerk ..: the I'lreull Courl
"i Iiadi County, F'lorida
JACK V.\ i Kill:.
Owner H Soli I'ropi I
PAUL WARREN
Attorm s I..i .i.i.,. /. i, ker
:; 12-19 III, I 2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenisti Fkwidlian
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 1 It 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
Or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Eetul
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 66051-C
IN l:i: Estate of
1-1; i:I >A III 'ZINSKY.
Hen .1- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors mid All IN
. .i ins oi I lemandK Agu it Said
-E C0L\TY JLDGE'S COURT
I AND FOR BADE COUNTY.
I FL0ROA IN PROBATE
\) 66282A
- ROSE
.' X .1 :i k ll ISE
[kin
[NOt'iC : '3 CREDITORS
1 lliv-
. I iu.i in-'
-. IIW IRTZ
\ Htt m: i/..
.i late ol
Hi,, i
\ and fil,
I
- .! ;. ii.
{'' H house
r .. win,in .-in
{ time of the
I i Hi., .-.inie
I
I", rlda, this mi.
I tlai
IA 11: 11 a V N A14
R IIKIJKi iWITK
A- V.
, thla notice on
h, IOCS
H.o- v ii, nilwera
Mm H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREKV GIVEN lhal
the tin.I. i signed, desll Ins to el
business undei the fli litloua
MAR \\ T ENTERI'ltlSES
Nautilus I" ye, In I hi Cltj
Beach, Horlda, Intends to
said l. nil. n il ll Hi.. I 'I. r-k I if
cull Courl ol I lade i 'ount).
11,1111.' of
hi IL.I
f Miami
Ih, I'll
II.
rlda, till*
I>ated .,1 Miami lie
l"tit da! of Man h, I
\l \l:i I \ NT" INIOI -SI'KR
HARRY ZIKERNU'K
\' :! : '. for Vpp Ii
121) Mi In Road
Ml.urn II. mil. Kin

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ICE IS HEREIIY ,;i\ EN lhal
the undersigned, desli Inc. to en
the fl ll i.
. MI'RIEI. F'ABRICS .ii 16a liaj Roi
Mian Reach, Kioi Ida, Intel
Istt said name with tni I 'Ii
11 of I lade "mint). Hoi Ida.
Ri iRERT GBRINGER
HENRY \l WAITZKIN
\' for 1 lobert Gerln
Waiti Ii i..." Building
1770 Sans Souel Blvd.
N i ml, Horlda
:: .-12-19-26
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 65C 2174
To Wll III I \\,V i .|,,,i n;
Notii i- In .. i.\ ui en thnl the
linden- tni E |l\V A R II
PR Wiis REII), h> .,11.1 thro i-h his
in..ih. friend. I'HVI.I .is s
ERNST ,. Iios, ii. ii, ;,.|,|.... |,
I KAN.IO IIO.MI. MIAMI, DADE
! 'I H'NTI EI.ORIDA, In the Cltv
I .MIAMI, in.i,. Count), Hoi
to ,i|,n Honoiabl, |>h '
| I BleVl "ill .1
1 .i I hide i 'otmi i. at
lions,
ill 15 M.i "ii the 1.1th .1..

.. ...
hi-' Illi I i\V ,\RD KRAN
CIS REID. EDW VRD ERANCIS
E It N .- T '> ii hii '. iiaiiii I hal
'
Dati M
da) ol \ i. '......
I l>\\ VRD EH V XC1S REII I
I'elltlom
I'llVI,I.IS s ERNST
..^ inothi i .<..-! n. m friend
Kd aril Pi .i ni Reld. ;.>: Ith.ner
Mai l. R II ih ii, Tobln Rubin.
. r & .\ii.--.
I I HUH I'om de I....n Blvd.
i Coral Gables. Ploi l i
MARK II Itt'ltIN
S 12-
- 111,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2532
MILDRED Y CAI,D\\ i:i.l
I'laintirr,
I.' 'in-: g. cam '\vi:u..
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< I.i U'lK 'AM i\\ i:i.l.
I 1311 Wesl llouli lard
A|,.itiiii,rii 612
i 'leveland, i ihio
You nre hereh) notified thai ., Bill
i i 'omplalnl for I Hvorce ii is bi en
fib .i ami Insi > mi. and you .......-
inln .1 to -i-i irn op) of your Answer
liill of < .iiii.l.. ini
Attorney, I'RED
803 Dade Pederal
Hoi da ami
file the "ii- nal Answer -a I'leadinff
In ih. .a i. ..i ih. Clerk of the I'lr-
eull i'..in i ..n .a before the 18th day
of April, I963. If you fall i" do so,
JudKiiienl b) defaull ill be taken
iittuhisl you fr>r the n lief demanded
a. the bill of complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.... h iieek foi foul utlve ^eeka
in THE JEWISH I'l.i IRIDIAN.
DONE VND ORDERED al Miami,
i, this nth da) ,.i March, A 11
i: B I.EATHERMAN
... eh
Dade I 'ouni > Ploi Ida
I'leaillnv i.. Hi.
on the I'lainl in'.
AND NEWMAN,
lilllllllllK, Miami.
(seal) By: Mai tueriti
D. put) l
I'RED Wl' NEWMAN
Sn". 1 lade r, di nil Building
m hii I. r .' Ida 131 II
Attoi lie) for I'laintlfl

3 12-19-26, I 2
l*iyCn0cnVV JLIDGE'S COURT*
lfir?o'SR 0ADE COUNTY.
IfLOR 0A l\ PROBATE
I No 66282A
. i/k'n ROSR
Ie!.N HW UlTZ' o ROSE
bT,'CE Of PROBATE
I VV,."' J '"*:
l>'Tu'r"y IN|i:ki:sti:d in
L ned thai a wrlt-
f na ... be the
I lament ol aald .lee...
I "<"l lo probati
I r. Uerebj ......,-
I Ndti month.
.-. ,.ui.ii,.,
'ear In aald
anj you can,
"I 'it. in a,l-
| ''..... hould
RUANTON
,: idge
'" [*l !'. Paatorfleld
L';"- -v Orundwen
Vu"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiMiii: is 11i:iji:i:y GIVEN that
ih.. under*ta*ned, desiring ) engase In
bualneea under the rivlltloua name ,.i
PULTON I'lsll MARKET at 516 E-
plnola \\'.i>. Miami Beach Intends i"
resiater >ai.i nan,., with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
MARGIE BUTINGARO
A.VlIEI.i A A I.I. Ally.
Attorne) for Applicant
\>- Ain.-;.-. Bldg.
3 .-12-19-26
tuoicfA7TrSP"T^r-TH
raSWJMP
F^l..!"'B'Wl..h..rt)
llntlff. '-
ii \., '' Av--nue
T''M, \v,v Ylil.k
FPlnlnt V.!';",;!^ n,"l"ed that
Ea,ni >"u ,. ,v"roe h- '""
h1 to s,.,,,: :""1 WU are hereby
ih, ,., ,; <;py of yur an.
".""niv. '',,'J?i.?.n 'he Plain-
ii. ., ,.
I Aiu.^.' Jjw "U the origiimi
",'"rn,v i ;.'".' '.' "" Plaln-
" lr"" ;, v ,cR ROGERS.
."-a and fiiT' V"1 Bt-
LAaawar | ',hflw ."," rlglnal
' '< office of the
i, I,,,,,'';."1' Judicial arcull
My. Plorlda, on
,( '; of April MS,
! \:r^:r ""u
March. M
I2-19-J6, Ii J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 236J
W. .1 DRIVER, as Administrator of
Veterana Affairs, an Officer of
the United Statea of America, and
his auoceasora In such office, ami
his ,.r il,.-ii uaaUjna,
Plaintiff,
VS.
ANGEL Ll'IS VEL.EZ, et on. et al,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO \.\.;i-:i. i.ns vki.i:/. and JUNE
Vioi.i:/., his write, ii living. In-
cluding any unknown apouaea of
s.,1,1 Defendants if thoy have re*
married, and if dead, their un-
known heirs, ilevls.-.'s, grantees,
asslgneeea, credHor*. Ilenora,
truateee, and all other persons
claiming by, through, under or
iiKainsi these D.'iVmiants whoae
residences are iinknonn:
Yoi AUK HEREBY MOTIPIED thai
a sun has been brought against you
by w. .1. DRIVER, as Administrator
of Veterana Affairs, an Officer of the
United Suites of America, and his
successors in such office, anil his or
their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage
encumbering th,. following described
property, to-wit:
Lot IS. In Block IS, of FIRST ADDI-
TION To MYRTLE OROVE, ac-
cording to the 1'lat thereof, as re-
corded in I'lat Book 57, at Page 2.
of the Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida;
and you are required to file your an-
swer with B. H. Ix-athermun, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
Florida, at th,. Courthouse in Miami.
Horlda, on or before April .",, 1965.
and to serve a copy of such answer
upon Plaintiff's attorney, DAVID P.
CATKMAN, whose address Is 101 East
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, on or
before said date, as required by the
laws of Florida.
If you fall to do ao. the complaint
will be taken as confessed hy you
and a Decree Pro Confeaso will be
entered agalnal you for ii- relief de-
manded ill the eon,plaint.
DATED al Miami. Elm i,la. this 3rd
day of March, 1966.
B B LEATHERMAN
Clerk oi the Circuit Court
i >ade County, Ploi Ida
(seal) Bj '" r COPELAND
i,, put \ i 'I, rk
DAVID P CATBMAN, Eaq
Hugh r Street
Miami. Florida I
12-19- -'" i
I :'-!' 26, I 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I 11TH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2483
EDITH ALICE MURPHY,
I Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT vl
IN AND FOR DADfc COUNTY. EDWARD JOHN MURPHY,
FLORIDA in probate Defendant
No 66127 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Estate of Tou, EDWARD JOHN MURPHY,
JACK RAEDER 211 Walnut Street. Montelalr, N.
Deceased Jersey, nre required i" file your an-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS swer to the complaint for divorce
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav. with the Clerk of the above styled
Ing Claims oi Demand* Against Said Court and servi a copy thereof upon
Estate: I Herman Cohen, Esq., 1310-11 Congress
You are hereby notified and re-j Building, Miami, Plorlda, on or be-
quired to present an) claims anil de- ...... April 13, 1962.....I- romplail
in.hi,l- which von mav haw against Iwill be taken aa confessed, DATED,
the estate of JACK RAEDBH de- March Bth, I96.1
ceased late of Dade Count), Florida. I B. R I.EATHERMAN
to Hi- Count) Judges of Dadi '' Clerk of the Circuit Courl
ami file the same In dtipllcat. and laeali COPELAND
a- prol aleil ill
Statutes, in Hi.
tj Courthouse
Ida, within six
the time the
.-. a 733.16, Florida
ll offices In Ho i in
in I lade Count) Ploi -
calendar months from
first publication here-
the same ll ill be b
Dated ai Miami, Plorlda, this
da) ..I" March, A D 196."..
MARTHA IIORFMAN
Aa Executrix
Firs! publication of this mil ii i
th.- .'.Hi day of March, i
CUTLER .v l-:i- R) iNSI i.N
Attoi ne) for Bxecuti Ix
lii- Aiiisl.-. Bldg., Miami. Fin
:n,l
Deput) clerk
;: 12-19-26, I 2
'.-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 2261
PATRICIA M NBWCOMBE SMITH,
Plaintiff,
\s
VERNON WRICIIT SMITH,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
to: Vernon Wright smith
168 : Avenue
New Kensington, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania.
You, Vernon Wright Smith, are
herehv notified that a Bill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against yuu, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. HENRY M.
WAITZKIN, 1TTI) Skns Sonet Blvd..
North Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 5th day of April. 1GT>.
If vou fall to d" so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
ih. relief demanded In the Kill of
Complaint.
This notice -hail be published once
each nek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED ni -Miami,
Florida, thla lei day of March, A.D,
196S.
|. i: [.BATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcull Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: '. NELSON
Deput) Cli i k
HENRY M v* M PZK1N
Attorney for Plaintiff
w tskln La D
n Soui Blvd.
North Miami. Fl i '-UI--6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65806-B
IN RE Estate ol
MAN GERBER
1.. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estati
Vou are herein notified and re-
11iiir. 11 to pi..--, m an) claims and de-
man.i- which ...ii ma) have against
il,, estate of MAX GERBER deceased
(late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges ,-i Dade County, and
Ml, the same ill duplicate and as pro-
vided in S.-ctlon 7:13 11., Horlda Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
,.r the same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
da. of March, A.D. 1966
i'llll.l.ll' GERBER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 12th day of .March. 1966,
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorney for Executor
SSI Arthur (iodfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3/12-19-26, 4/2
You .,' hereby notified ni
quired to pn neni an) claims and de-
mands wiii.ii you may have
the estate ol FREDA RoZINSKl de-
tail i 'a,i. Count). Florida,
to ill,- Count) Judges of Dade County,
., :: pn.,, hi, ,1 in s.-.-u ai 733.16, I-
Statutes, in their < ffii In i hi
I) com ii,,,us. in Dade Count) ''
Ida, within six calendar month
I In mi ol i ii. i irsl publlcatloi hi .-
I*. ..r the slime will lie I.air. ,i
I luted ai Miami. Plorlda, Hii.- I '
da) of l-'.-l.i uai ... A.I '. li'lti
El HI AIM > A STF2RN
A- Exei utor
l-'n-i publication <.f this notlci on
the ii lay ol Man h, 196
Ballot, Silver, Pallol & Stern
Attoi ii- ) r u I '\- i-iii,r
:', s u 27th Avi
.',
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 65904-C
IN RE
I.Ki 'N I'l ill EN
I.....used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|V> All III IN
Demands Ag ll B I
Estati
You notified and r.*-
i enl an; claims ui
m..n,l- II hi, 1, \ > a ma) h is, |||
the estate ol I.la >\ I'l illEN di.....I
lati ol i ladi ii F'Uu aiii. i>. the
Judges a I lade i 'ouni I
file (he sain.- in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Seen,n 733.16, Florida -
n'e- In i hell off in the ''
Courthousi in Dade County, Plorlda,
i\ itlnn \ call ndar tnonl ha froi
tlmi ,. ih,- first publication I
or ih. same \\ ill be bai red.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, thla 26th
la. ol Fi h: nai.. A.D I'"
JOSEPH COHEN
.\B l'N,l"ltol
l-'ir.-i publication of 'his notice on
the "ih da! of March, 1965.
x \t i:i:i.-s
Attorney for Executor
i >ue Lincoln Road
8/3-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN COLLECTION AGENCY
at 7210 Hlscayne Blvd.. Miami in', mi-
ll, regiater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
JACK ROSS'MAN
3/12-19-26, 4/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltous name ,f
54th STREET LIQUORS at 1220 N.W.
54th Street, Miami Intend register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM ALTMAN
BEN TRUPK1N
LEON \ EPSTEIN
it torn, for Applli ant
(SO Lincoln I. 3/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65836 C
IN RE Estate of
JOAN SPER DEITELBAUM
1 'e.e......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Ing i :.,:m- oi Demands Against Sail
Estate
You ,i hen b) notified and re-
quire,! to pi sent iinj claims and di
Hiaini- ivhlch you ma. have .main-".
Hi, estute of Jl iAN SPER DEITEL-
BAUM deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Count) Judges ,.i Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and provided In Section v::: 16(
Florida Statutes, in their offli
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Plorlda, within six calendar
months in,in the time of the flral
puhil i-i. a hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 2-ith
da> of February, A, D, 1965,
FJDWARD A. SPER
-IIl.l.11: PEKBLNER
As Executors
Flrsi publication of this notice on
the "ih da) of March, 1965.
EPHRAIM COLLINS
Attorne) foi Co-Executore
i44u 7:qii St. Causeway
3/6-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC 2190
JOSE ANTONIO LAO COBA8,
Plaintiff,
rosa ISABEL DE LA CAR1DAD
OLMEDO RAMS de LAO,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSA ISABEL T>V. LA CARIDAD
OI.MFIDO RAMS de LAO
Culvario No. 907
Santiago de Cuba
Oriente, Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, anil you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs attorney. LF7STER ROGERS,
whose address is 99!) N.W. 14th Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of the Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in ami for Dade County, Horlda,
on or before the 9th day of April, 196.'.,
In defaull of vrhloh the Complaint
will di taken as confessed b) you
DATED this 16th day ,f February,
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clei i. of the Clrcull Court
(seal) B) J. J, NELSON
Deputy Clerk
3/5-12-19-26


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Page 2-C ••Jewish Hcridiari Friday, March 26,1 M. Murray Weisman (left), of Stamford, Conn., and Col. Nathan Rood, 845 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables, are briefed by U.S. State Department director of Near Eastern Affairs, Roger P. Davies, before their departure as members of an American Jewish Committee delegation for a trip to Israel, Rome and Paris. Former Miami AJCommittee President Joins Exclusive Mission to Europe, Israel an audience with Pope Paul at the Vatican on Wednesday. Roger P. Davies. director. Office of Near Fnstern Affairs. U.S. Depart menl of State, met with the delegation for a briefing session prior In its departure. The mission has been organized for two purposes: to provide a group of younger community leaders with direct experience of the American Jewish Committee's oversea's program, and to help Col. Nathan B. Rood, of 845 Catakinia Ave., Coral Gables, is a member of a delegation of national American Jewish Committee leaders who have embarked on an InterreligiOUS and cultural exchange mission to Europe and Israel. The group left Kennedy International Airport in New York on .Mar. 8. The delegation, which will fly a T c ti,I (it twelve-thousand miles on .: three-week trip to include Rome and Paris, was scheduled to have STARTS MONDAY MAR. 29 thru SUNDAY, APR. 4 JUST 6 NITES AND 3 MATINEES MIAMI BEACH Convention Hall Prices SI.50; $2.25; $3.00; $3.75 Ail reserved, tax int. Children under 16, Vi price Sot. 2:30 pm-Sun. 5:30 pm only MORRIS CHALFEN'SWORLD FAMOUS develop human rotations projects in the areas visited. At the same time, delegation members, who come from 23 cities throughout the country, are expected to serve in their home cities as sources of interpretation and information on the Committee's diverse programs abroad. The mission has spent 13 days in Israel, where the Committee's office in Tel Aviv arranged conferences with top Israeli officials and leade n in cultural and rela ted ficWs. In attrrition. n number of workshops were set up to bring together members of the delegations with prominent Israelis in similar occupations to exchange views and information. In Rome, the AJC delegation will visit main religious Institutions, including the Vatican and Pro Deo University. Of special concern to the mission will be a new institute at Pro Deo. the Leonard M Sperry Center for Intergroup Cooperation, which is a joint Catholic-Jewish Research Center established to analyze and combat the roots of prejudice in religious teaching. The Center is named for the late Los Angeles industrialist, an American Jewish Committee officer who had long been active in interreligious affairs. In Paris, the delegation will look into the American Jewish Committee's European and North African human relations programs especially the projects involving the cultural rehabilitation of close to 200,000 Jews who have migrated from North Africa to France. The Committee's European headquarters are located in Paris. In October, 1961, the Committee established an office in Israel to develop a program t educational and cultural exchange in order to foster mutual understanding between Israel and Jews in the; United States and other free coun-! tries throughout the world. As part' ol this program, the AJC is currently sponsoring at the Hebrew University a pioneer study of the attitudes of Israeli youth toward their own Jewishness and toward; Jews of other countries. The American Jewish Con* founded in 1906. ii he pion ^ man relations agency i„ jj try combating bigotry, the Civil rights of Jews •£-! advancing the cause of! rights everywhere. Col. Rood, a member of th.t, er Miami Chapter. i s aiso president of the local or g ;J STIBIJIJIIT HOOF Dinner-Dai i Nightly to tht MAL MALM'. Superb Continental Dining D0K\L on the ocean at 48th Street. M ~Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 Key to Israel Security in American Hands, President Shazar Tells Delegation Our Specialty: Banquets & Any Sort 01 Function DINNER-ONE SHOW NITELY AT 9:00 Minor' i t BUY TICKtTS NOW CONVENTION HALL BOX OFFICE All Sears, Roebuck & Co. Stores PERFORMANCES MON. thru SAT. 8:30 p.m. SAT., MAT. 2:30 p.m. SUN. 1:30 & 5:30 p.m. ORDER BY PHONE~ 531-6721 ORDER BY MAIL: Write Holiday •a Ice c • Convention Hall, Miami Beach, Ha. 3313*. State wait e r of tickets, price anal performance desire*'. Enclose check er money order, together with self addressed, stamped envelope for prompt return. OPENING PERFORMANCE, MONDAY, MAR. 29 For Benefit of SUNLAND TRAINING CENTER FOR RETARDED CHILDREN Sponsored By NO. DADE LODGE B'NAI B'RITH By Special Report JERUSALEM — 'The key to Israel's security is in the hands of the American Government." President Zalman Shazar of Israel told ( a visiting American Jewish Committee delegation here. "And one of the keys to that key." Mr. Shazar said, "lies in the 1 political weight of Jewish public opinion in the United States and in the aid it receives from understanding non-Jewish circles. "It is a most significant role that you can play in the maintenance of Middle East peace."' he said. The group, which is in Israel from Mar. 9 to 22, is composed of 50 community leaders from over 20 cities throughout the United States. The delegation's program included visits to various institutions throughout the country and meetings with Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and other leaders of Israel's political, economic, social and cultural life. Genocide Pact OK Urged Again WASHINGTON — (JTA> — Senj ate ratification of the United Nai tions Convention on Genocide was j sought this week by the Ad Hoc I Committee on Human Rights and I Genocide Treaties, which served j notice at a meeting here that a na%  tional campaign will be waged to i rally public opinion. The committee will be formed in j every state of the union to advance educational efforts pertaining to the need for anti-genocide ratification by the United States. Members of the Ad Hoc group told senators that 67 nations, including Russia and West Germany, have ratified the UN document, but the Senate has failed nevertheless to act. They charged that the measure has been pidgeonhoied by the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee for many years, and that the Administration has taken little initiative to bring the treaty to a vote. Many Jewish groups are active on the ad hoc committee. At a luncheon with Minister of Social Welfare. Dr. Joseph Burg, the delegation participated in a frank exchange of views on the question of religion and state in Israel, and it expressed deep interest in the further devlopment of Israel's religious life in an atmosphere of tolerance and understand ing. The Study Mission also discussed problems of immigratioon and integration with Moshe Rivlin. secretary general of the Jewish Agency. Hebrew University President Eliahu Elath analyzed Israel's ed ucational needs at a luncheon meeting with the group. At the University, the delegation also met with Prof. Moshe Davis, director of the University's Institute of Contemporary Jewry, and Dr Shimon Herman, of the Department of Psychology, who briefed the del. tion and presented a progress report on the three-year research study on the Jewish identity of Israeli youth which they are conducting under the sponsorship of the American Jewish Committee. 532-5594 Teddy King's Orch. f£A/tf&UE'S C^e&ulij GU 211 22nd STREET oil 22nd 4 Collins AveW fOP RES. Ph. 532.W DOG RACING Frs. Race 3.15 PM |" Q ^| | Q |"| lt-f &*, Res. JE 1-0348 SOUTH END COLLINS AVE. orld Famous, Terraced ^ Tj „Op."" ning Room r^U&t f^064Z 6 30" by a nose! the MOST act/on! 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fc^ March 26. 1965 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Abramowitz Of Temple Menorah Lhbi Itoyer Abramowita, spiritTieader of Temple Menorah, L .0 Miami Beach via MontreJBc-lin and Rome. I'pon his Luaiion from the Jewish Thco1...,! seminary, he served as Lu.il leader in Montreal. Can+Jew 1st fkwidian Page 7-C Dominicans Vow Israel Relations uherc '• re eived experience | \i inn 'his chaplaincy enlistment. Commissioned as a chaplain in hrS \iniv from 1945 lo 1948. he Led mosl ol his entire tour of k in Germany and Austria. In Hition lo serving the religious Lls of military personnel, Rabbi hmowitz became intimately in. Evil with the welfare of Jewish (vivors in the displaced persons |ips of Europe. Mowing his demoblllxatlOB, he Lined i>> Europe, serving as Cfiiir ol emigration for the Joint Itrihuiion Committee in Italy. It : during these three years that %  supervised the liquidation of the 5 camps through the many emi|tion schemes sponsored by the labbi Abramowitz accepted the pit ol Temple Menorah in 1951, i known as North Shore Jewish pier, and when it was the only aio^iie in the northern area of Lnu Beach. In the fourteen years SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican Republic (JTAi — Assurances that the Dominican Republic's traditional friendship with Israel would continue in the future, and that the Government of the republic would continue to cooperate with Israel and the United States, were voiced here this week by the President and Foreign Minister of this country when they conferred with Israels Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban. Mr. Eban, here on a four-day state visit, was given these assurances at a conference at the Presidential palace with President Don. old lieid Cabral and Foreign Minister Ramon Caceres Troancoso. The Dominican leaders also asked that Israel continue its technical assistance to the country's development program. After a luncheon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eban by Israel's Ambassador Benjamin Varon, attended by the President, the Foreign Minister and other high government officials, a state dinner reception was held in the national palace for Mr. %  and Mrs. Eban. More than 1,000 guests attended the event. niler Attends Conference ^rrtl A. Sandier, leading rcpreutive on the staff of MetroHan Life Insurance Company's ral Gables office at 595 BiltiWay, lia> been invited to parpale in a five-day business eontiKv with President Gilbert W. piusih and other officers of his npam at the Riviera Hotel in Im Springs. Calif., this week. RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWITZ since that time the Temple has grown with the expanding community by adding a Social Hall and building a beautiful Temple structure designed by Miami Beach Architect Morris Lapidus. Rabbi Abramowitz and his wife, Rachel were married in Berlin. They have three children: Dahlia was born in Italy, and David and Rcena in Miami Beach. flower Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL %  •"IS EXCLUSIVE JEWISH Cl Ml II 1*^/7^ *"0COWaUNlTYMAl)vuU.ir."lo'fTWm.i MO 1-7693 SfejSje ,N TIMES .5 OF SORROW 9^0U/G/t2 > 9 express what words cannotl \\ F SF\D SY MPATHT FLOWERS ANYWHERE tMcGanW MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 6354516 532-3361 CORAl GABLES 665-5423 HOLLYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE 945-7051 FR 1-7398 • COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET ENGLISH 'YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specializing in Bar Mitivah & Wedding Invitations (Union Shop! Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 PRINCIPAL TEACHER WANTED FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 25 Hour Week • Salary $5,800 F or Year Starting August 15, 1965 Write, Staling Qualifications, Background, and Experience. FVT., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 Pepper Unveiling flit Dedication of a Motiunieiti lo I/I RELIGIOUS STORE £ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwarti WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 7 ^ 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 ISS* OAOS PJOULBVAR* MIAMI % %  ACM. FLORID* JIIMMON ••• UH • %  1LAMI %  IOTO* JL 9UHIIU4. %  %  A GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Ooy • Closed Sobbofh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish •lonumeof IsiMeri" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE I Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1965 Jewish Section Woodlawn Park CLARA PEPPER, 11 a.m. Rdbbi Solomon Schiff Ml. Sinai Cemetery ESTHER ZEILINGER, 11 a.m. Rev. M. Moskountt JACOB CHAIKEN, 2 p.m. Rev. M. Mosfc.cwiti Ml. Nebo Cemetery PEARL LEVY, 3 p.m. Ktibbi Herbert fiju inward SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY) Buy Direct front the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 44921 Phones HI 4-0921 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 C^orooM 'j-imcraf


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Page 12-A ^JenisHtcricfiatv Friday, Mmch ad Hebrew Acad. Announces New Brar Rabbis of Area Pledge Their Full St Mount Sinai Hospital Founders Club announced at its annual dinner dance las* Sunday evening the enrollment of three new founders, in addition to the six who joined recently and who were honored that evening. Membership is a minimal contribution of $50,000 to the hospital. Shown above are the three who announced 'heir membership Sunday evening. Left to riqht are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rothenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberq, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reskin. Also honored were Abe Gevirtz, Sam A. Goldstein, Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, Samuel Kipnis, Nathan Manilow and Maurice L. Marcus, bringing the Founders Club membershp to a total of 90. Miriam Weiss is all smiles over the good news advisinq her that she is a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship. Sharing 'he news with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss, is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Miriam, now a senior at Miami Beach Senior High School, attended the Hebrew Academy during her elementary and junior high years, graduating with the highest honors in June, 1962. Chancellor Erhord's Emissary Ends Talks With Premier Eshkol Play Scheduled Here Saturday A new play commissioned by the Plays for Living Division of the Family Service Association of America will be presented Saturday. 9 a.m.. in the Bal Masque Room of the Americana Hotel. The production, To Temper the Wind."' is directed In Gertrude Marx. Cast includes Robert Segal. Susan Taksier. Pearl Rubin, Beverly and Gertrude Marx. The play is being given for the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County, which is in the process of establishing a Home-maker Service, according to Ted Johnson, chairman of the llomemaker Committee Ner Tamid Sisterhood Ner Tamid sisterhood, will hold itregular monthly meeting on Wednesday noon, followed by card games Mrs Eugene Schwarz is i resident. Continued from Page 1-A . under pressure by Egypt, a for m u 1 a has been evolved and awaits only final approval by Dr. Erhard. In regard to the German scien %  rl. ill EgJ pi mi -. : gainst Israel i' nn I ed Israel thai •• its utmost .n in•:' area of controGermany is said to has, e told Israel that most of the German missile and rocket scientists in Egypt had already returned to West Gefmany, and that no more Cerman scientists are ^oing to Egypt. In regard to the exchange of ambassadors, the agreement is said to include a clause t "o ,nt Germanthe riaht to open their embassy in Tel Aviv, instead of in Jerusalem. DEAUVILLE presents JAN peeRce Metropolitan Opera Star, conducting ft. PASSOVER SEDERS .£.$17 SECOND SEDER Sat.. April 17H I'M 50 ti|' '"id tax incl Children under 8 — $10 for each Seder DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED. UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Call UN 5-8511, Caterin? Dept ON THE 0C£AN AT 67th STREET. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Officials Of the Hebrew Academy ol Create! Miami. 24(10 Pine Tree Dr., this week announced plans for a branch of the school in North Dade County. The branch will be located at the •forth Dade YMIIA. 14036 NE 6th Aw and serve students of the primary grades, officials said The branch of the Academy is planned to start operation in September. The Hebrew Academy, the only Hebrew-English day school south of Baltimore, with a complete elementary, junior high and high school department, now s .* rves j more than 425 students in its Mi" •mi Beach campus. The school was founded in 1948. Plans for the branch in North Dade include full study classes and playground facilities It will be designed to serve families in the North Dade and South Broward areas. Hebrew Academy president, Louis Merwitzer, said. "With the phenomenal growth of the North Dade area, there is a growing need for a school offering an Academy type Ol education. This Hebrew Academy branch will help serve the Jew ish educational needs of the North Dade and South Broward communities." Merwitzer said the branch school would include students from Miami Shores. North Miami and North Miami Beach and all municipalities in South Broward County. Bus transportation will be provided for the student body. The action to operate a HebrewAcademy branch in North Dade immediately received lull cooperation from the North Dade rabbinic group, who pledged "complete assistance" in the endeavor. Spiritual leaders include Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Adath Yeshurun; Rabbi Richard Marcovitz, Yehudah Moshe; Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Young israel; and Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah. Hebrew Academy principal Rabbi \le\ande r S. Gross, said the branch will be fully accredited by the Florida State Department of Education, and offers a full day of -todies, including Hebrew and religious classes in the morning and Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue — Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Gav.iitz are happ; to announce that the Hotel wiil be OPEN FOR PASSOVER. Our Hotel is well known for its Kashruth which is under the suaervision of a well known Rabbi. s 50 F ENTIRE 8 DAYS TWO MEALS DAILY s 65 PER PERSON INCLUDING ROOM For Reservations Call JE 8-0266 Our kitchen under personal supervision of Mrs. B. Gewitrz BERKOWITZ'S Fully A r Conditions 1 Heated "'Or %  CSTM PASSOVER. HOLIDAYS MOTEL ON THE OCEAN, 2Cth TO 21t STS.. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH'S LARGEST OCEANFRONT KOSHER HOTEL daily per person, double occupancy March 14 to April 14 *50 ol 200 rooms One of America's Outstanding Young Canters M.GANCHEROW will conduct Sedunm i Services assisted by the BERKOWITZ FAMILY ALL THIS INCLUDED IN THE RATE! 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Page 4-C *Je*isfrncridHain Friday, March By EOYTHE SCHINDLER Louie Bandel 26. 19 Florida 9 s Racing Commissioner Most Miannans b e s t remember Louie Bandel as the first Jew to be elected to city oft ice in Miami. They also remember him as a judge, a member of the city commission, and an exponent of pri\ate enterprise who came out against government participation in slum clearance projects But twenty years ago, Judge Handel became a breeder 0/ I oroughbreds on a small ranch in Ocala. He is knowledgeable in racing, and Gov. Burns has recently appointed him State Racing Commissioner, Governing Body The Racing Commission is the governing body for pari-mutuel establishments in the state. It supervises, tests and checks all tracks and frontons, including the employees and animals involved. Judge Bandel said. "I'm flat 1 red to be the first Floridian on ;ii' Uniform Rules Committee ol tbi National Association ol Rac%  g Commissioners While Go* Burns is opposed to ing the summer months to 1 ludge Bandel said. "] can -(e a lot ol discussion on sumer racing in the industry Both the Judgt and Gov. Burns 1 oppi sed I nil track betting The shying from any extension ol ra< ounded on a tradi platform aimed at placal %  g those elements in the state who deem pari-mutuel establish •: el is as either unmoral or bad business. Rather, according to the Judge, it can be shown that gamb1. profits both state and some en Florida takes in about S34 n a year as a result of racing, and each county gets its •hare Innumerable satellite industries tlourish To wit, the Judge eflected happily on the fact that LOUIt BANDEL all good causes the horse breeding business gets better all the time. Unpleasant Aspects While the Judge is delighted that Gov. Burns gave him his appointment and a free hand, along with the admonition that the Commission's function is solely to •protect and assist the industr] in every respect," he does admit the position has some unpleasant aspects, From here on OUt. Judge Bandel may well be known as the Racing Commission er who issued no passes to the Hack For many years, Louie Bandel was a hard worker for causes he held dear, but more recently business circumstances have forced him to withdraw from active participation. "My efforts were never confined to Jewish affairs," he said. "1 would work for any good cause regardless of its religious association. Humanity is my interest, but naturally I have a particularly warm feeling for Jewish CiWofcCcloj^easune... <3(biLida RIGHT ON THE I OCEAN ... A Private Beach graced with palm trees and the light caress *d tropical seas ... a large, modern •^Mi.wimg Pool, with poolside food and l e ve ra ge service ... 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Judge Bandel was a member of the Board of Directors of Beth David Congregation and sold Bonds for Israel around the state — "to non-Jews," he emphasized. But the Judge was excused from his bond-sellin;' job. "You see," he explained, "some people objected to my stand that Israel should take over the Suez Canal and move Nasser into the Mediterranean." The Judge maintains that Israei is a shining light, a bulwark of Democracy in the entire world. Capacity for Hate In the still lithe, ever jaunty, somewhat impish attitude that Louie Bandel impresses on his world, there does subsist a capacity for hate. "1 despise Klu Kluxers." he said. 'They're the worst elements those who put hoods over then heads and gang up on a man." Even years ago. Judge Bandel used to make speeches against the Klan in Hialeah. "I dislike the Birchites." he said. "I've always been opposed to bigotry, and I've played a part in mitigating it in Miami." Judge Bandel worked to create a police precinct in the Negro area, and it was during his term that a municipal judgeship for a Negro was brought about. "I can not and will not tolerate a man who drives while drunk," he said. Law With Compassion When Louie Bandel was a Judge of Traffic Court, he was considered a one man terror against drunk drivers. He set up Miami's traffic school which has met with universal approval and has been copied throughout the country. Judge Bandel is keenly concerned with the problem of mental health and has worked to establish three major institutions. Four governors appointed him to the State Tuberculosis Board, a position he has just resigned after sixteen years of serving, and which he considers one of the most important in his life. Judge Bandel. a born southerner, is opposed to bigotry and especially to brutality "A law enforcement officer should use the law as a weapon against violators, not a club And the law should be wielded with compassion." he feels liberty and he tck£5H jurisdiction of the (;„ dd Chance. That men will ever. to propitiate her is a f acl as evident as that Louie D will see to it that she uj, properly and not for the' of the special feu GET AWAY FROM IT AIL Why b. ,wall~.d b, .1,, c | Kk Living daily In a n 0 i. 0 i ,hoA To.i your com into th, „„ Rlo yours.II om.d th. ,,„, Bio goma l„h,ng oil do, |„, 9 I longi Rv#l ot nighl with W|AS A PARADISE' r, c „|, w Suprb dining for th. ,p 1Cu r,. Accommodotiont' Th. ...,,„ in native charm lor you i 0 .,„, Wh.,. ,, rhli plot. -S.i.ol., kwi ,,| Jut 20 minutat Iron, ih, n 5 C-(I An It land called Bah^molorid Aiura watori. cl*a> SHy and to*.. Livo hba a K ing on,) o. ,,„ Com* bach to th. 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March 26, 1965 +J(nl. ncridrim Page 11-A Women Stow Away on Shalom Uy YORK (JTA) A 38tt4l \d oman, who claims she I ber 12-year-old daughter are L sh was on a two-week CarlbL cruise this week on the IsUi liner, the Shalom, which she ,fcer daughter boarded in Haiti twavays. Mrs. Evelyn Marigliano. who was born in Hungary, and her daughter, who was born in France, boarded the liner in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in the mistaken belief it was bound for Israel where she seeks entry | as a Jew. New York, U. $. immigration officials refused to allow her to land because the only document she had was an expired French passport. The officials described the pair as persons "without a country." When the Shalom docked in Officials of the Zim Line, owners of the Shalom, said that she. and her daughter had been as-j signed a cabin and that Mrs. Marigliano had been given "housekeeplog duties" for the duration of the] cruise. The officials said that Israeli authorities were investigating the woman's claims to entry under the Law of the Return. If the claim is accepted, they added, the woman and her daughter could leave the Shalom in Israel. Red Cross Open Noose Open House and coffee will be held at Red Cross headquarh •. 5020 Biscayne Blvd., from 11 a n. to 2 p.m., next Tuesday. The turntion will be the final highhgkt 4 National Red Cross Recruitmt it Month observed in March. Mod i will parade in uniforms depict! each of the community service performed by Red Cross w>l teers. On Sunday, March 28th, Combined Jewish Appeal will have a Million Dollar Plus Campaign Leadership Breakfast We invite you to join us at the Fontainebleau Hotel at 10:30 A.M. to salute the dedicated men and women of the community who helped to make this Million Dollar humanitarian achievement possible— Dr Irving Lehrman, 1965 CJA Chairman, James Aberman, Leonard Abess. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Louis W. Adler, William Agranove, A. J. Alexander Ellis Amdur, Sidney D. Ansin, Ralph Apple, R. Williams Apte, L. Jules Arkin, Lester Arkin. Harold Aronberg, Col. Jacob M. Arvey S Ronald Barnette, J. William Baros, Jr., Mrs. Frances Beckerman, Albert J. Beer, Morris Berger, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Irving Berlin Mrs William Binder, Joseph Birnbaum. David Blank, Jerry Blank, Sam Blank, Mrs. Philip Bloom, Robert D. Blum. Jr., Herbert Blumberg William Bornstein. Samuel Botway. Marvin Bransdorf. Aisig Brener, Louis Bresler. Mrs. Richard Bnckman, Morns Broad Shepard Broad, Joseph E. Brooks, Richard Buchbmder, Joseph Budowsky, Dr. Sol Center. Leo A. Cha.km. Edward Cohen, Joseph Cohen. Dan Crav.tt, Ben Cutler. Joseph Denmark. Jack Diamond. Ed Dokson. Robert Eichenbaum, Leo E.senstem. Walter Falk. Mrs. Aaron Farr. Paul Faske. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. Dr. Herbert Feinberg. M,chael Feld Miss Bea Feidmen. Robert MJjJLS" F.ne Joseph Fleder Dav,d B. Fleeman. Irving Frankel, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mayshie Friedberg. Samuel N. Fnedland, Murray Friedman. Sdne Cans. Samuel Gerson. A.ex G.nsbufg. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Dr Arthur Albert. George Go dber g, Sam Goldman. Burton B. Goldstein. Edward Goldstein. Mrs. So. Goldstein. Dr. Elliot Gordon, Paul Gordon. Mrs M .ton .Green Dr. J A Greenhouse A A Grunhut. Nathan Gumenick, Jerome Halpern. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Ernest E. Hams. Louis Harris. Marshall S Ha n S Sam JHeman Daniel Neal Heller. Jerome Herskowitz. Albert Hirsch, Albert J. Hirsch, Lee Howard, Dr. Norman Jaffee. Ern?st7anrD,ck?urm a a,n D Ia;on M. Kanner', .rving Kap.an. Leon Kap.an. Mr. and Mrs. ^^^^^^'^\^ Irvmg Kern. Jay I. Kis.ak. Max Ko.ker. Mrs. Inez Krensky. George Kronengold. Mrs. F orence Ku PP e .^ 'R^I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Le.court. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Jerry M. Le.chuk. Dr. and Mrs Irving Leman Sam C Levenson. Robe Levin, Dave Levinson, Joseph M. Lipton. Ronald Upton. Hy L.pzin. HerbertLog.n Sam Luby. Jj-. E"geno Mann. Dave Mehn Robert Merritt. Baron deHirsch Meyer. Morns M.nov. Harry M.zrach. Ira Mogul. H. J. Molasky. Emi1 ^"J^^^ Alex Muss, Kenneth M. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Van Myers Samue. Norkeen MKM ^^"ZK Jacob E Albert Pallet. Norton Pallet. S. Rona.d Pallet. Nat Pollack. A. R.chard Pollock, Sam ^AS^^SSL^£Si S Rub n Rabmowitz, Morns Rabinowitz. Dr. Maurice Rich, Joseph M. Rose. Leonard Rosen. Herschel Rosenthal W.H.am S^"^'^^" M,chae. Ruden. Dr. Lester A. Russ.n. Philip Saks. Jack L. Sand.er, Mr* MMMd^'"J'fJ'^^JE^ Mrs BeneS Mrs. S.dney Schwartz, Ju.ius Seidman, Dame. Sep.er. John Serb.n. Mrs Robert Shap.ro Fred *****<** ^3^"s^nhoff Mr Silverman. Pete Si.verman. Mr. and Mrs. Larry SHverman, Mrs. Sol S.lverman, Harry S.rk.n Lou, Snatm.n Mrs. Sam S.monhoM M and Mrs. Milton S.rkin, Max Sockloff. George Sogg, Abe Solosko, ^ M J >ir ^*^^ i £. MaW


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Pcge M-A JUfeftM! ncrkttan Friday, March 26. 19J Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Harriman Buys An Israeli Suit I 'VE BEEN reading the Israeli papers, and they are full of polities — about Mr. Harriman's visit especially. Then 1 came across an Item which really interested me. It said that Harriman. accompanied by the American ambassador, drove to an Israeli shop, and shortly thereafter Mr. Harriman emerged with a new suit of clothe.-. Spring nas come I understand, rather premature !y to Israel this year, and Mr. Harriman no doubt ought a light suit. I thought like my parents used to say when we } ut on anything new. 'Wear it healthy."' but I had -ome misgivings. Hebrew is a sacred tongue. Showld such a trifling thing as a mans buying a -uit of clothes be written about in a Hebrew news paper? I asked myself, would the Bible have done it; and then I answered, why of course, the Bible did .1 Tliere is the story of Jacobs buying a coat ot :nan\ colors for his son. Joseph. The mistake he made was in not. at the same time, buying the same i-ind of coat for his other boys They would not then have plotted against Joseph and sold him into slavery, and the Israelites would never have gotten into Egyptian bondage. The whole subsequent history of Israel came about from the purchase of this coat, and it is all in the Bible. Life is made up of such things as buying suits i-nd twng shoe laces, and we tend to think too lightly of them. Martin Buber tells the story of the Jew uho was asked why he went to the Rebbe. Most vent for inspiration, but this Jew said he went to learn how the Rebbe tied his shoe laces This knowhow is important too. The item in the Hebrew newspaper said the sale of the suit was negotiated in a very short time. It -peaks well for Israel's shops. In days of old. Israel exported only spiritual merchandise: but in the dispersion. Jews became the clothiers of the world. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Religious Bigotry United Nations tfJITHIN THE next couple of weeks. •• some major developments in the field of human rights are expected to be taken by a UN body, the Commission on Human Rights. Sitting at the UN's European headquarters in Geneva. Apr. IS. the Commission will consider an 18point agenda including II a draft international convention on the elinuna • ion ot all forms of religious intolerance. 2i an item headed "The Question 01 Punishment ot Criminals." The second item was added to the agenda at the elev1 hour, alter the Commission meetings had already been scheduled, by Ambassador Bohdan Lewandowski. Poland's permanent representative to the United Nations. An ardent anti-Nazi, the quiet but highly effective Polish A nbassador was upset by the plans for terminating the period for initiating prosecution of major war criminals in West Germany after May 8. He rushed an addition to the ( mmission agenda dealing with this topic. Mr. Lewandowski pointed out that, as far back as 1946. the General Assembly had adopted a resolution calling vpon all governments — members of the UN or not — to tftke steps "to apprehend, extradite and punish war crimir.ils." He called for a new resolution — affecting, again. all governments (since West Germany is not a member of the l.Ni to continue to apprehend and punish all war ( minals — without setting any cut-off date like the one in West Germany's statute of limitations. At that very time. West Germany s Parliament was still discussing the matter of extending its statute of limita t OnSi Mr. Lewandowski was taking no chances. He wanted West Germany — and all other countries— to be on notice that the UN would not stand for halting prosecutions of the war criminals under any pretext, at any time, now or in the future. But the main item on the Commission's agenda this year — as acknowledged officially by the UN — is the draft convention on the elimination of all forms of religious intolerance. That item has been pending in the United Nations for four or five years. Originally, the matter of religious intolerance was part of a single proposal embracing also racial intolerance. The USSR, eager always to let Africans and'other people of color know that the Soviet Union opposes racial discrimination — in theory — succeeded in severing the twin items. A convention banning racial discrimination was put through promptly. The religious section was made a separate issue, and subjected to much maneuvering. Without naming either the Soviet Union or the Jews under Its jurisdiction, the draft convention is aimed straight at Soviet persecution of Jewry — banning all such discriminations and persecutions in all countries in the world. Under the draft convention, Soviet Jews would be free to practice their faith openly, to form a national organization repr e senting the Jewish religious community, to associate with similar organizations abroad. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Sir Jacob Drawn to Jewish Faces T HE LATE sculptor Jacob Ep' stein in death was hailed as (j great interpreter of Christian Mys? tique with his Christ figures an< : other works. But the "Prince c Hester Street" as he was known started oil his painting career as ij "Jewish" artist it seems. From the fascinating volume-_ "Jacob Epstein." by Richard Buckf ley, published some months ago by tne World Publishing Company, it appears that Sir Jacob, as he was later known, was drawn to Jewish themes. Among his early drawings is one titled "Going to Synagogue." another called "Friday Night Prayer'' and still another called the "Morning Prayer Epstein has been called the greatest recorder n( human character since Rembrandt and. like the Dutch master, he was drawn to Jewish faces. The curtain over Russia keeps out a good deal of the light, but every once in a while it manages to percolate even in brilliance. The most recent instance was publication of "Hah* Way to the Moon a c>i lection of new writings from the Soviet Union edited by Patricia Blake and Max Haywarcl Published by Holt. Rinehart and Winston, the stories and |x>em. by young Russian writers prove that art will survive the clouds ot dictation from Phillistines Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN LBJ is Leaving it to the State Dep't. Washington 1 %  THE JOHNSON Administration has now reverted to the philosophy of the Eis-I enhower Administration by turning the Arab Israel problem completely over to] the State Department. President John son teels that special intercession foil Israel on a White House staff level is no longer needed. He decided against designating a replacement for Myer Feldman, White House special counsel, who re-' signed recently. Mr. Feldman advised both President Kennedy and Mr. Johnson on the Israeli side of issues — supplying information and aspects the State Department chose to ignore. The State Department is committed to pursuit of improved relations with Egypt's Nasser — if necessary, at the expense of Israel. The Department is convinced that Nasser represents the wave of the future in the Near East. Egyptian-American relations are deemed more important than the fate of Israel. But American experts in other capacities in official Washington are ready to write Nasser off as a Communist satellite. Included are officials of the Defense Department. Central Intelligence Agency, and members of Congress. Nevertheless, the views advanced by Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Presidential Advisor McGeorge Bundy currently prevail. The State Department has sought to minimize the role oi Nasser in support of the pro-Communist Congolese rebels and anti-American actions occurring in Cairo. No response was made when Nasser backed the Viet Cong and denounced the American position in Viet Nam. When West Germany announced cancellation of arms shipments to Israel, the State Department sought to evade any direct action bj the United States. The Department is fully aware of mounting Soviet arms shipment* to Egypt, but feels Nasser might react negatively it the Uni States supplies Israel with balancing arms The De ment favors continued aid to Nasser despite his diversa of funds to purchase new Soviet weapons for war | tions Secretary Rusk has not recently cautioned the An against diversion of waters flowing into Israel. But 1 envoy Averell Harriman was specifically in>trocted 1 warn Israel against reacting to such Arab actions Asked about the American view on diplomatic tions between West Germany and Israel, the State ment sought to avoid offending Nasser The Uepartma would reply only that this was merely a matter concen Bonn and Israel. The Department ignored an intelligence evaluata that the Sino-Soviet bloc feels Nasser is much more 1 to them as a collaborating "neutral." Even if Amw suspended aid, Nasser would not be wanted in the Egypt can help infiltrate Africa and Asia more eltectivH, as a "neutral*' than could a country openly linked withl world Communist front. Nasser actually does Mo much more good in world penetration than any ol 1 satellites. In his first public address after leaving the Wki House. Mr Feldman predicted a growing Near Easts crisis and grave danger to Israel. Addressing a meeting in Cleveland, Mr, Feldrai warned that the Arabs were preparing for war Israel. He was deeply concerned about Israel's security cautioned that, for the first time. Israels enemies Ian "joined their military forces under a unified commandthe initial step toward war." He pointed out that the Arabs "are building sophist cated weapons like guided missiles" and are obtainu ultra-modern tanks, submarines, and jet bombers In the Soviet Union. "They have obtained financing ftr I Italy equipment from oil-rich members of the unitied coa| niand." he :>aid. As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL PTA Count erf ire Against Birchites BACK IN 1960. when only a few %  inquisitive and knowing news papermen were starting to alert the nation to the anti-democratic practices of the John Birch Society, the leader of the Birchers telegraphed one of his punches in these words in the bulletin laying down the Birch party line: "Join your local PTA at the beginning of this school year, get your conservative friends to do likewise and go to work to take it over." Four and a half years and many skirmishes later, the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, with a membership of 12,000.000, has opened counteriire against this insidious assault upon our free way of life. The PTA Congress has produced thousands of copies of a formula for combatting the incursions of the Birch Society. The PTA publication points out that modern extremist groups try to stifle free expression of views opposed to their own; try to purge school and public libraries of publications objectionable to them; put pressures on schools to adopt courses and textbooks reflecting their views; make irresponsible, venomous, and near libelous attacks on individuals, institutions, and organizations that disagree with them; use coercion, intimidation, and even violence to prevent or force change; project easy, simple, fast solutions to complex problems; believe in rule by their own minority; and label any opposition as disloyal. More particularly, it is now well known, as the PTA leaders point out, that the new extremist groups, including the Birch Society, often set up front organizations with patriotic names to promote their own views; specialize in sending out speakers to promote their anti-democratic ideas; infiltrate organizations, prolong meetings and hammer through votes after the weary faithful have gone home: blacklist educators, clergymen, and author? not to their liking; and indulge in misrepresentation at will. PTA leaders are advised now to get out ahead of the extremist attacks. Members are urged to name committees to study extremist groups. PTA tM0 ings are devoted to open discussion of dangers from this direction. The advice is to bring extremist charges out into the open, to ask school boards and library boards to hold public hearings, to seek lull press, radio, and TV coverage of the proceed And among the most practical of the suggestion! is that of urging PTA members to call upon IbO* who ask loaded, unanswerable questions to rephrM them. Chances are the interrogators can't '"' cd "*J they are dishing out prefabricated questions, pickec up bodily from the extremist doomsday book Let no one doubt that the John Birch SocWj is convincing many people that the United Nations, our greatest hope for keeping armed coin lift coiv fined to the hot corners of the world, i< the wr* of Satan. Do not underestimate the siicc ss oi the Society in robbing the Supreme Court ol a s,zt ab 'J measure of its stature. When the votes are counteo against badly needed social reforms, including an" poverty campaigns and sensible programs of assistance for the aged and infirm, chalk up victories on the side of retrogression for these tireless m_ anthropes. If Negroes are obliged to fight v*WW every inch of their way to full citizenship, credit John Birch Society with helping to convince m naive that the drive for integration is a Communi plot. If the tide does turn, if this pessimism pro* false, we shall need to thank folks like Mrs • lenn !" J Moorhead. president of the Congress of Parents Teachers, who take pains to spell out the ewjjattack and summon the energy and will to place the hands of the honorably indignant the pro^ strategy for frustrating adversaries of democra


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*J*n4sti fhfHttr igroes <*0* from Pa9# ** -j the y*rmulke as a *ym( rtwir movement. Abraham Hesctol, of the ,ThclosKai Seminary, was ,?£ %  Bev. Martin Luther --ake a position of honor at pi.d of 'he marchers. He with Dr. Kalph Bunche. LtreUrv ot the United Na'aad the 82 year-old granda a Negro youth slain re5v Alabama police. The [i.,mpleted the day's march P •-(• distance 5. jailed by ie Selma poL, :: the weekend for partici[?1<>iinm-t nil ions conducted I evening services in the Sel. i; ,1 was learned. Five rabLkd Hebrew prayers behind [tars. They have since been (l on bond. An estimated 10 Itoois took part in the march ttgan yesterday. .. Coopersmith. Washington. Elector of the American Jewp -nittee. was in Selma with Unit tnim his organization is' the demonstrators in any legible. An expert in com1 relations and human rights Mr. Coopersmith is helpacilitate the aims of the kuation. Benjamin R. Epfcauonal director ot the Anr iiiion League of B*nai ieri a contingent of ADL ofthe man h March in Yarmulkes Paq* 7-HP 11 1 1 From various citios, Jewish community loaders camo to Solma, among thorn Mr. and Mrs. Don G. Lobby, representing the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, Ohio. A considerable number of the white youths who came to Alabama to join the march, affiliated with such groups as the Students Non-Violent Coordinating Committee and the Congress of Racial Equality, were of Jewish faith. (Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath. i president of the Union of American I Hebrew Congregations, said in 1 New York today that he will join [other Reform rabbis and laymen 1 from all parts of the country par' ticipating in the march from Selma to Montgomery. At the same time ; he called upon the 660 member synagogues of the UAIIC to 'launch a vigorous educational program to rally public sentiment for the strongest and most effective voting registration bill") UM Rights Commission Opens GehevaTileeting Continued from Page 1 A this problem has long ceased to be of exclusive European concern. Reasons for refusing extra* dition wore either "the political nature of the deeds" or, more f requeotly, the existence of local statutes of limitation. WJC leaders have been assured that a draft UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Religious Intolerance would, if ratified by the higher organs of the UN in its present form, fully meet the needs of Jews who are suffering I discrimination in the exercise of their religious freedom in various 1 parts of the world. Reporting to the WJC American I Section on the draft convention I formulated by the UN Sub-commis: sion on the Prevention of Discrimi ination and Protection of Minorities, Dr. Maurice L. Perizweig. who participated in the meeting on behalf of the WJC, described the docment as "without doubt the most important step taken in the United Nations to ensure genuine religious freedom in all its member states." M THE STO WlTM THE LOR'DA L*l thin pannover — give a gift of citruH fruit* from fiorjda li.51.1 half bushel, delivered lO.eDejf foil bushel, delivered A treat all year round and an especially gracious gift at Passoyer, JAA's ddicious seedless Valencia oranges, and seedless pink or white grapefruits are tree-ripened and so full of juicy gopdnessl Sample them yourself Monday thru Saturday. Order them straight or combined. Delivery guaranteed for Passover if ordered before April 5th. Sorry, no C.O.D.'S. JM CITRUS FRUITS, first floor, miami first floor, fort lauderdale PARK FREE! SHOP JM TONIGHT 'TIL 930 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY (dorttlruiXok *£ StO* A'TH TMC LO'0 *LAIW MINIATU RE CHOC OLATE lanoi BARToh/s 1 HARTOX'S PASSOVKR SWEETS From top to bottom: Passover Wine Cup, foiled miniature chocolates form a wine cup inside the bo*, 14 oz., each 2-i!l Miniature Chocolate Matzos, chocolate blended with chopped nuts, shaped into bite-size matzos, wrapped in bronze and coffee colored foil, box of 30, |.20 Chocolate Seder Symbols, four large milk chocolate medallions, one for each of the Four Sons. And a giant chocolate medallion of the Seder Plate, box of 5, j£J/ Seven Layer Cake, with chocolate nut filling and icing, I lb., £.§0 JM BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, first floor Jji miami and fort lauderdale Sorry, no C.OD.'s PAkHF MWYO* • LUGANO, SIWZERLANO



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March 26. 1965 -Jenlsti Fkrldian Page 13-B Jfyar l Miami Ji ,i B'nai B'rith and I ,..,: at iw Ehmlst ith Florida. Gary's ,.t president ol Hasponsor the Friday [>.-, Shabbat. the Saturday bngi national Kiddush, and \ their home Saturday I is Mr and Mrs : Iol Santa Moni< a, | .Irs. David Prcd, of |]' Mill attend the celeGlen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, on Saturday morning Mar 27. Glen is a seventh grade student at North Miami Junior High and hai iH't'ii a student in the Temple Sinai Religious School for the past two years. He is interested in sports, and his hobby is coin-collecting. Stuart Bell On Saturday morning, Mar 27. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, will be Bar Mitzvah at Israelite Center. Stuart is a student at Israelite Center Religious school and in the seventh grade al Ponce de Leon Junior High. He will be honored at the Kiddush following services and at a reception to be held on Sunday evening, Stuart i> the grandson ol Mrs. Tillie Pass and Mr and Mrs Herman Bader. Andrew Varat During services Saturday mom ing, Mar. 27, in Beth David Synagogue. Andrew Lloyd, son of Mr and Mrs Morton Varat, 74 Baj Heights Dr will be Bar Mitzvah Andrew is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior Hiuh and has attended Hetll David lieligiou School for five years, outside recreation includes baseball, football, basketball and horseback riding Stuart Serkin IMirzvah ol Stuart David, I id Mrs Manual Ser< Gables, will be ono • di) morning, Mar. ices I I'll, |;|e .1 lift sevi acle stuice Junior High and in the school 11 in Center Offer Latin America Conference Mr. and Mrs Varat are tendering a Kiddush luncheon in Spector Hall, a congregational Kiddush in the Social Hall following services, and a reception at the Doral Beach Motel in the evening Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Varat, Manhattan Beach. N.Y.. Mis. Anna Toback, ol Miami, and Mrs [da Barscl, Hollywood, Fla.. will be annum guests attending the celebration Russell Bookbinder Early morning services at Temple Beth Torah on Saturday, Mar 21. will include the Bar Mitzvah ol Russell Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Bookbinder, LOSS NE 176th St. In the seventh grade at John r Kennedy Junior High, the celebrant's best subjects are science and mathematics, and his hubbies arc athletics and coin -collecting. Russell will be honored at the Kid lush following the ceremony and at a reception and dinner Sat urdaj evening at the Beau Rivage in Bal Harbour. Among out-of-town guest.-, who will attend the ceremom are Bus Histadrut and UM Advanced Studies Norman Plotkin sell's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs A. Haber. of Cape Kennedy Bruce Mossmjn Bruce, son of Mrs. Pauline Mossman. 5225 Collins Ave.. and the late Dr. John Mossman, will observe his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Mar. 27. at Temple Beth Sholom. The celebrant Is a stutlelfflh the Beth Sholom Confirmation Class of 5726. Richard Gold Richard, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Gold, 7374 Gary Ave.. will in Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Alar 27. al Temple Mcnorah. Richard is a student in the Religious School of the Temple an I also attends Nautilus Junior High. His interests include the clarinet and guitar. A reception in Richard's honor will be held in the Empire Room Ol the Eden Hoc Hotel on Saturday e\ ening. Among out-of-town guests will be bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs William Berken and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, ol New York. Norman Plotkin Bar Mitzvah of Norman, son of Dr. and Mrs Paul Plotkin. will be observed on Saturday morning, Mar. 27. at Temple Kmanu-KI. Andrew Varat Paul Herman I School in May of 1 plans to continue >us education. liiil Mrs. Serkin will tender P in Stuart's honor on lowing the service. Harvey Myers M ) morning. Mar. 27. I • 'On el Mr. and Mrs. br,i Myers. 1045 SW 62nd H called to the Torah Mitzvah at Temple Zion. r> iin the seventh grade Miami Junior High, where Honor Holt student. Clen Miller Nf Sinai of North Dade will of the Bar Mitzvah of A conference on Economic and Social Development in Latin America will be presented by the Center for Advanced studies ol the University of Miami and the American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute at the Duponl Plaza Hotel on Apr. 6. The conference will feature the viewpoints and experiences of Latin America, the United States and Israel. An afternoon session, 4 to 6 p.m., will feature a welcome address by Dr. Mose L. 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L j" ~ WtPDimcS IAI MIUVAHS RECEPTIONS Mft PARADISE RESTAURANT L C p ; UNS AVENUE Phone JE 2-1671 LACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES FISH e STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR AIL OCCASIONS Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor Ma.kin Returns To Doral Roof Mul Malkm, musical maestro at the Doral Beach Hotel since it opened three years ago. returns to the Starlight Roof alter a short stint at the Country Club. Mai Malkin and his orchestra lent their bandstands temporarily to Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, who have just finished a successful engagement. The Starlight Roof is open nightly to dancing amidst stars, sky and a panoramic view of Miami Beach. %  %  Norman attends seventh grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and plays cello in the school hand. He is a member of Junior Great. Books, a discussion group. Hobbies include study ol the piaiu ami fishing. Mr. and Mrs Harry Mankofsky and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, M frTiMft'l grandparents, of Miami Beach, will attend the celebration. The celebranl will be honored at a Kiddush in Slrkin Hall following the service. Benjie Lieberman Benjie. son of Mr and Mrs William Lieberman, 19520 NE lOti Ct., will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur ; day, Mar. 27. at Beth Torah Congregation. Among the out-of-town guests who will attend the ceremony are Benjie s grandmother, Mrs Esthei Lieberman, ol Brooklyn, N Y. Paul Herman Bar Mitzvah ol Paul, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Herman, 1090 NE 196th Ter., will be observed on Saturday morning. Mar. 27. afc Beth Torah Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of Sarnia, Ontario, grandparents <>i the celebrant, will be here for the occasion. MORRIS 4 RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions A session on Economic Development in Latin America will be led by Dr Edward J. Fox as moderator. Dr. Fox is chairman of the Department of Marketing at the University of Miami and chairman jof the Miami Chapter ol the American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute. The session will also feature Mario Ballesteros. chief of the Public Finance I'nit of the Pan American Union, Organization of American States; Robert Bonham, chief of the Private Sector. Development for Latin America. U.S. Department of State: I'val Elizur, Israel Economic Mission in the L'.S.; and Dr. Joel Barromi, deputy permanent representative of Israel to the United Nations, who will serve as guest consultant for both the afternoon and evening sessions. Dinner will follow at 6 p.m., with the benediction by Rabbi Leon Kronish, member of the Board of Governors of the American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute. The evening session, from 7:30 to it p.m., will feature issues in Education and Social Welfare. Moderator will be Dr. Harvey Speakers will include Miss Tamar Golan, Israeli educator, formerly attached to the Leopoldville School of Law and Administration and the Ethiopian Teacher.Training Seminar: Dr. Seymour Halperin, director. Legislative Services Branch, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and Asdrubal Salsamendi, deputy chief, UNESCO. New York. HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established in 1945 FAMOUS •71 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES JE 1-398 7 MIAMI BEACH 'ftesfauranl DINNERS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. I U1SCXYAE TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department • STARLIGHT BALLROOM -*• WEDDINGS e BAR ITZVAHS • BANQUETS STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN. 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Fag* 10-B *A*#S*/****" Friday; March 28, ig^ •TJSTERHOOO Patrons Commit •^ mittee of Temple Or Olom -ponsored its ninth annual birth i ay ball Saturday evening.jn tht Temple Social Hall. The cocktau (iiir was followed by dinner and i anctnj to two orchestras. Mr? Jvin Levenson. Sisterhood presii ent. chose a black sih"t crepe -heath with a chantilly lace bod i The plunging V'-neckline and >ng sleeves were also in the French lace. MM. Marvin Zalis wore a black nported weave with a blouson odice and sheath skirt. Black • ilk chiffon was the choice of I La rei ce WuOun. Her neck. .ne wai the draped bateau, and er ski 1 t as the classic full softess of chiffon Mrs. Melvin Shife's burgandy-colored cut velvet ,i featured an overskirt of a latching colored reembroidered than till} lace, and her high neck ne plunged almost to the waist n the back Apple green chiffon ,th full-length floating panniers i the back was worn by Mrs Joe .•'oihman. • • B USY at (be door during the early part of the evening was Irs Leonard Putterman. Muted .old pcau de soie with a decollete lodificri sweetheart neckline and n A-lilte skirt was what she i hose for the evening of entertainment. Mrs Murray Manrtell ..as in black silk chiffon with ;n unpreRed pleated skirt and cap sleeves on her fitted bodice. •Irs. Paul Berber's white Bavarian lace ovcrblou.se featured a cowled neckline, and was worn vet a black silk crepe sheath rold lame ensemble worn by Mrs Jack Lubin was made Jrom a silk Indian sari. Oriental i design, her >heath was lopped v. ith a seven-eighths coat. Mrs. Henry Lippman's whit*.matelasse ensemble had a coachmantype coat over a sheath. A black -ilk crepe sheath with a modified l-ared capelet flowing from Vdecolletage was worn by Mrs. I.onald Levitt White silk and morair in a two-piece ensemble was 'ne choice of Mrs. Larry Aron• in. Silver-lined caviar beads in I rope effect around the neckline and down the low-cut back high lighted her short-sleeved overblouse. f. • • -WftS SanmeU April, the Rabbi's •'' %  w ife, chose a black silk crepe sheath gown with an Empire waistline and slightly draped bodice. Pink and toast-colored flowers on a background of white silk organza was worn by Mr* Jerry Schwartz. Mrs. Irwin Coopers black silk crepe followed the Aline silhouette, with silk organza ruffled into an almost portrait neckline. The wine-colored silk brocade ensemble worn bv Mrs. Isadore Fine was one which she had made Her highnecked sheath had a softly-tailored jacket Bone-colored silk alpaca was chosen bv Mrs Mum) Rosen berg. Her modified Aline dress featured a full-lensth matching coat which closed with a pair of jeweled "fMgs." Black and white ostrich feathers at the bodice were the conversation piece on Mrs Morris Draluck's black silk sheath. The Cantor's wife. Mrs Nico Feldman. wore a deep red velvet stole over h er black pique and lace dress -ajTS"" Fr* Kiniz. whose husband is presidentelect of the Temple, selected a black silk brocade theatre ensemble fo r this special occasion. MISS BINAH BARNETT Jewish Music Concert Sunday In honor of Jewish Music Month, a concert of Jewish music will be presented bv the Senior Citizens Choral Groups of the YM YYVHA of Greater Miami on Sunday 2 p.m at the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St. The program is open to the public Under the direction of the Sen ior Citizens choral director. Miss Binah Barnett. t h e four choral groups will present a cantata of Jewish history through song. Miss Barnett has been in charge of the YMHA Senior Citizens Music Department for the past year. with varied experience in the music field Prior to her moving to Miami, she was choral director for the Jacksonville Jewish Center for 15 years. Taking part in Sundays program will be the Choral Groups from the new YMHA, North County and Beach "Y. -rt4*& &*" MtfW?.*' Sponsoring 'he southern premiere of the film, "Nothinq bulc Man," is the Women's Auxiliary of Alpha Omega, natioul dental society, shown here touring Variety Children's Hr* pital Dental Clinic. Far left, Nurse Margaret Nebreda can little Linda Bell 9, to try out the kiddies' chair, "just for si" Mrs. Hyman Levine and Mrs. Jack Mishkin (right) are a> chairmen of the theater party to be held at Mayfair Theater Apr. 14. with all proceeds earmarked for the clinic. Mrs. In Rotheiield (center) is president of the Auxiliary. Harmony Lodge Installation Set Succeeding Michael I. Ross. Municipal Judge Norman H. Gold stein will head the slate of officers and directors being installed at the second annual installation dinner dance of Harmony Lodge. B'nai B'rlth to bo held at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday. Chairman for the dinner is Past President Bernard Langbcrg. Installing officer will be Samuel Nieberg. president-elect. District Grand Lodge 5. and Sidney H. Palmer, president. Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will act as master of ceremonies. In addition to Judge Goldstein. Norman Goldstein. Bernard Langberg, Joseph Leidman. Samuel Levine, Leroy Levy. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Morton Luxner, Martin Bandell. Judge Samuel Morris, Dr. Albert Rosman, Louis Sahn, Judge Martin Schachat. Joseph Schnier, New York Rabbi To Speak At Banquet Here President of National Council of Young Israel. Rabbi David Hill of New York, will be guest speaker at the Young Israel of Greater Miami dedication banquet on Sunday Rabbi Hill, who serves on President Johnson's Council of Presidents of National Jewish Organizations, is author of a recent series of articles on the plight of Jews in Russia. Rabbi Shrrwin Stauber, spiritual leader of Young laraet, will conduct the evening dedication ceremony, with Canter Abraham Saif and Cantor Mote* Waist participating. Evening' will also serve as a farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel L'ngar who are leaving for Israel after the affair. Mr. L'ngar will chair the function. Dr. Solomon Nussbaum. Young Alan Gale is Star Current show at Alai lale'sCal lebrity Club is headed bj Alan Gaitl Supporting line up .ingol Emil) Yanc) Kennj BrookJ Teddy King and I play for the show and dancinj Rabbi Kipper to Speak On Sunday, at 1" 30 a m..Tempkl Judea will hold th.Unal sessial of "Religion Revisited Rabbi Moil ris A. Kipper will be speaker, ail bis subject will be -S\ nthesis asl| Reflections Upon the Foregoii* Gerald Schwartz, A. David Sha srae| president said ha .., he piro, Morey Sklarov. Adath Yeshurun Memorial Tablet Dedication Held During services last Friday evet ing at Temple Adath Yeshurun. dedication banquet will give recognition to all who have made possible construction of the new Young Israel building by contributing to the building fund." Max Cohn, honorary chairman of the banquet, will lead the guests in grace following the dinner. Le Lian's, k Specializing in CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES for GENTLEMEN i ) ', OUR MR. HUBERT i i • invites your Inquiry. J 215 SEYBOLD BLDG. Telephone FR 9-1506 slate includes Irving Kaye. Martin ",; a bbi Jonah E. Caplan dedicated Knobil. Mel Marcus, vice presidents: lister Sher, treasurer; William Gerstein. financial secretary; Philip Friedman, recording secretary; Hyman Astor. corresponding secretary: Michael I. Ross, chap lain; Bernard Gold, warden Board ot Directors are Bernard Berman. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Gerald Franklin. Stanley Goldberg. SECRET OF FOOT COMFORT To enjoy your stay in Sunny Florida walk in comfort and be happy in a pair of shoes from — CHARLES R. REEVES 'Owner HARRIS SHOES; CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR For The Family 838 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach "* D *' L 538-8589 the third memorial tablet presented to the congregation by Louis Spector in memory of his wife. Rose, and 38 memorial plaques donated by other members of the con. gregation. Participating in the memorial services in addition to Spector were: Joseph Segal. Samuel Rosenbaum. Marty Knobel, Simon Brill, Harvey Baxter, Leo Berman. Harry Chasnoff, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schneider, Gilbert Miller. Marvin Gross, Alexander Sharfstein, Charles Belin, James Jacoby, Miriam Gersten, Charles Smook. Bess Bernbaum, Sam Mrs. Max Meyers. Mr. and Philip Fine, Fred Morrison. Irving Tobias, Sheila Cohen. Florette Diaz. Deborah Sachs. Daniel Sarles, Julius Newman. David Moldan. Lawrence Niditch, Sy Kaplan, \l Kaplan. THE PHSIDCNT AND BOARD Of DIRECTORS OF n:>iriM iti i II TOV KtQUtST THE PLEASURE 0E rOUR COMPANY AT A REDEDICATION AND TESTIMONIAL DINNER ON SATURDAY, THE THIRD Of APRIL AT 730 P.M. HONORING MR. AND MRS. MURRAY M. 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26, 1965 -Jenis*rhrldtar, Page 3- f \ New Art Show At Beth Sholom Mrs. David Drucker, chairman, Beth Sholom Art Committee, announces a new exhibit to be opened on Sunday with a reception in honor of the artist, Helen De Silaghi. Helen De Silaghi, wintering here from Canada, was born in Romania, M\I\ has developed what she Calls "COSmiC arl She operated and taught art in one of the earlij esl Toronto private gallaries, alter %  '" %  had received an art degree in Bucharest and studied in France and Italy. Miss DeSilaghi, who gave her first show in Bucharest at the age %  i it. is going to Israel to bring Canadian arl to thai country and is planning to bring back faces of Israel to Canada. Members of the I'.eth Sholom Festival of the Arts, under the chairman-hip of Mrs. Seymour SilverRobyn Tubin Chapter A spring dance, "so others maywalk." will be held by Robyn Tubin Chapter. City of Hope, on Sunday evening, Apr. 4. at the Deauville Hotel. Affair will feature :.ime~. entertainment and refreshments. President is Mrs. Lewis Brooks. B'nai Sholom Auction Temple B'nai Sholom is sponsoring an "Auction Night" al the Dunes Motel on Sunday at 8 p.m. New merchandise will be sold, and the auction will feature clothes. housewares, silver pieces and many unusual item-. Crystal Chapter Luncheon Slated Crystal Chapter. Children's Asthmatic Foundation of Florida, is planning to hold its first holiday luncheon on Tuesday noon. Apr. ,| Rossman. national chairfa icier e on May 10 to 12 man 0 f the Combined Campaign. y Roosevelt Hotel in Jackson— JNational Women's League is |ar organization of conservthroughout the tes, Canada, Puerto Rico, Hi Harol i Reinhard, Florida th president. Mrs. Seymour lerence chairman, and nee Wulkan, conference I man, left for Jackson lei this week to meet with %  Oil sisterhood to coordinate |: rations for the three-day ri Jewish Center i I -:-• rhood. Rabbi Artual leader of ville congregation, Mrs. fc Staff sisterhood presi\ ice chairmen in I a are Mrs. 1 Mrs. I.ewish Slott. i r Honda Branch Tuim Committee helping to I are Mrs. Irvin, Mrs Max Jacobson, l v Mm:.,-. Kay and Mrs. fa:Kaye. "•i*.nn announced that the KOSHER MORRISON^SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIAAER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 MAR-PARV THE KOSHER & PARVE MARGARINE o (irare Your May Ta ASK FOR Contains no milk or animal fat. %  Made from pure, highly unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils. %  Vitamins A and D added for extra nutrition. %  Delicious, golden pure all-purpose Margarine. A tasty table spread, flavorful booking help, and baking "must". Mar-Parv is the perfect Margarine for every Jewish home. '•** Md B*t1hi By WQVIO WINE CO. __—fcws, M.Y. Another fine product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES ONLY GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS HAS REAL TA'AM OF SWITZERLAND Look for "Switzerland'* on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nut-like ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese—produced in Switzerland and nowhere else! Switzerland StriSS.flMM*



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY me 38 Number 13 Miami, Florida. Friday, March 26, 1965 Three Sections Price 2G2 |k v: 1 ; Hpe§P 1 ^M •iL M Si K B Negro Marchers Wear Yarmulkes for Rabbis kuit Birenbcch. Chancellor Ludwia Erhard's special enIBh'-wn in Jp-ru^alem with an Israeli Foreiqn Ministry Brt on his way for a private meetinq with Prime Minister [*.IM is.~*ovti penning issues between Israel and fwes't German Republic. (Photo by ITA.) Irhard Envoy Ends alks With Eshkol H'S MTVRN DUAYtD PAGf 9-4 tl'SALE.M ITA — A iint n miq IO i ( I here Monday Guvernnieni ni Israel and Kurt Birrenbach, West GerI Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's bi emissarv here, announced lo governments have to cxchai gc ambassadors weeks." as scheduled to In i Bonn Tuesday, lie con Mondav • days of a secIrmind oi talks with Prime I Le i Eshkol and other Inking Israeli leaders, includIhiinon Pen s, Deput) Minister i put) Premier ban, who is now acting ForMinister in the absence of Mrs. Golda Melr. After asserting tliat the conversation* about the exchange ol ambassadors have resulted ni a decision to implement that step shortly, the communique declared: "Other matters of concern to both governments were discussed in • spirit of mutual desire to er rive at agreed solutions. It can be expected that complete agreement on the matters discussed will be reached shortly." The "Other matters'" are believed to include the question oi West Germany's aid to Israel's security, Continued on Page 12-A SKLMA. Ala i .ITA i Hundreds oi Negro freedom marchers .Monday wore yarmulkes i skull caps) In respectful emulation ol rabbis who participated in demonstrations in Alabama as Jewish participation in the inarch from Selma to Montgomery. The Alabama Ncvroes called the yarmulkes "freedom caps" The demand for yarmulkes was so great that an order has been wireii for delivery of 1,000 when the mar Oners arrive in Montgomery later this week for a meat demonstration at the state capitol. The adoption of the yarmulke as a symbol began sometime ago when rabbis joining prayer services in a Negro church were asked the meaning of the yarmulke. An explanation was given by a rabbi that one's head must be covered in the presence of the Lord. The Negro response was that "wherever the freedom movement is, God is to be found there." While not assuming the Jewish faith, many Negroes Continued on Paoe 7-A prael and Germany iew Details of Ties Jl'l SALEM i.ITA i — Wesi f and Israel discussed this ilic details of their li'il diplomatic relations. | • acre conducted by Dr. Birrenbach, Chancellor Er' "' emissary, who r Israei lor ; second round I I German-Israel reIIi lirM visit was followed ppproval b> Israel's Cabinet [Parliament ol Bonn's historI liplomatic relations. Premier Levi Eshkol, opening Parliamentary debate on the offer said he assumed that agreement would be reached on outstanding issues between the two countries, although Israeli sources had stressed that Israel did not make solution of these problems a pre-condition for approval of diplomatic ties. These issues included the completion by West Germany of its multi-million dotContinued on Page 13-A BACK JOHNSON PROPOSAl Jewish Groups Take Part In Selma Demonstration Kennedy Family Gift To Einstein NEW YORK — ..ITAi — The Joseph P. Kennedy Jr.. Foundation has given a grant of $1,450,000 to Yeshiva University to help establish a center for the study of men lal retardation and human devel opment at the University's Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Plans for the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Center for Research in Maternal and Child Health and Human Development, the first ot its kind in the I'nited State-, were announced by Sen Robert P. Ken nedy, Sargent Shriver, director "i the Peace Corps, and the Office ni Economic opportunity and Yeshiva University officials at a press conference at the College. Mrs Rose Kennedy was guest of honor at a luncheon It was also announced that the U.S. Public Health Service had made a grant of $3,750,000 for the project and New York City has NEW YORK (.ITA) Repre sentatives ;>f national and various local Jewish organizations around the country, both lay and rabbinical, were participating Sunday in the march irom Selma, Ala., to Montgomery, supporting demands lor equal voting rights for Negroes a n d backing President Johnsons pi posal for legislation guaranteeing such rights according to dis patches received here today. The American Jewish Commit tee, in a call by its executive vice president. Dr. John Slaw son. urged all ils chapters and members throughout the country "to partici. pale to the fullest extent possible" in the Selma-Montgomery march. Dr. Slaws,in announced that the AJC has designated two men to n present the organization in the march. Brant Cooper smith, AJC area director tor the Upper South, be said, headed the AJC delegation on the first leg of the march Sunday, from Selma to the first over night stopping place. 11 miles away. Later ibis week. Harry rleischinan. race relatii ns coordinator for the AJC. will head the AJC "s delegation on the final two legs of the march into Montgomery. Three national Jewish religious v omen's groups sent a point telegram to resident Johnson, supporting his demand that Congress act promptly on the proposed voting, rights bill. The organizations were the women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Organizations ot America, the National Womei League oi the United Synagog io oi America (Conservative and the National Federation ol Temple Sisterhoods ( Relorm Similar wires to President Johnson and to the Congressional delegations from New York were sent by the Farband-Labor Zionist Order and by the Brooklyn Jewish Community Council. Previously, every major Jewish national organization had sent telegrams to the President, taking the same stand. A Selma Jew. Seymour Palmer, who had told newsmen in an inter view in the Alabama city that northerners were at \< .i-st partly responsible for the violence in \ bama bj coming there to help "defy authority," was answered today in a statement by Rabbi Seymour Siegel, secretary "t the Rabbinical Assembly, th ganization of Conservative rabbis. Dr. Siegel, who iassociate professor ni theoloej at ihe Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and Rabbi S Gershon Levi, treasurer of the As sembly, led a group of Conservative rabbis who went to Selma last week to participate ;n the civil Continued on Page 3-A UN Rights Commission Opens Geneva Meeting Continued on Page 9-A CAMPAIGN FOR FEDERAl LEGISLATION Vate Writing Ban Progress : !,,V| <.ITA, A camfederal legislation to ^semination ol material in hatred ol racial and relig' ind ol members of %  making concrete | M ead) proaress, a Jewish leadV,; ; "' campaign reported to "numtj rallj here. was made b\ Sidnev chairman of the Joint muni J Relations Committee oi the Canadian Jewish Congress end B'nai B'rith, In recent months, mam major Canadian cities have been flooded with such hatred liti rature. Manj Christian religious groups, as well as civic organizetk ns. have protested the material and (lave asked authorities tor action. Mr. Harris told the rally that the Canadian Jewish Congress "intends to proceed fearlessly and with full vigor" in its efforts to obtain such legislation. He said that, in addition to pressing the Federal Government for such laws, the Canadian Jewish Congress was seeking to stimulate public opinion on the issue. He added that "the response from municipal councils, national organizations, church groups, n. Continued on Page 8-A GENEVA — IJTAI — A memorandum appealing for worldwide action to bring Nazi criminals to ,ustice regardless ol their present Whereabouts, was presented by the World Jewish Congress to the United Nations Communion on Human Rights which began its session here Monday The memorandum, circulated among the delegates, supports a Polish proposal to add an Item to the agenda entitled The Question oi Punishment of War Criminals." The Polish proposal would call upon all government! "to undertake necessary measures in order to prevent the termination of the legal prosecution" oi crimes committed by war criminals, and "accede ,i~ on as possible" to the Genocide Convention of 1948. The WJC submission takes note of the action by European governments of different political and social ideologies to prevent war criminals from escaping trial under provisions of statutes of limitation, but points out that Continued on Page 7-A MEET C WILSON Israel Chief In England LONDON — i.ITA i Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol flew Wednesday to London, where be will meet with Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart, and other leaders oi the British Government, to discuss a number oi vital issues con cerning Arab I sraeli affairs. Mr Eshkol will be accompanied by Mrs. Eshkol. After their visit here, they are expected to take a few "lays' icst in France, Monday, it was not ruled OUt here that, while visiting Europe, the Premier ni.iy also meet with West Germany's Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. Mr Bshkol's trip to Britain has Continued on Page 10-A



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March 26. 1965 *Jmlsli ftrridfor Paqe 13-A P Robert Kennedy to Present NCJW Award In Memory of JFK at Convention in N.Y. rxert Cimmittee (left to right) standing ; Sarah Nosh, Abraham Fraidlm, H. San-. Kopkind, Morris Yudewitz. Fiiedberg. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Mason. Mrs. Nathan Bookspah. eldmar. and Harry Rosen. Seated (left are Mrs. Max Affachiner. Simon Tettcm enbaum. Mordecai Yardeini. Mrs. Miriam Press, Joseph Friedman. Morris Minov, Benjamin Appel, Leon J. Ell. and vice president. William Bornstein. Others on the committee (not shown) are Max AffadiirfeT; Mrs. Martha Heller. David M. Stein. Morris Berick. Mrs. Eva Blum, and Mrs. Lillian Goodman. Gather for Jewish National Fund Purim Seudah i„ rsons gathered last Seudah spon j, ,. National Fund %  Greati i Miami in Ui' ,..-UU H i a y er \ %  itz, spirit,i |, p. Uenorah and the JXF Southeast in— | "the importance ,,•.!, \ itional Fund to eclamation and offorestaell .,• i >•• %  : defense •_ before the capacitj au\ iramowitz also i (he !' im holiday. I birtl as prel Berman, vice : .i\i iere, on the ocI he Seudah :,l i i eon .i Ell, presi. i,i Miami JNF ni William B rnstein premm ie "D .i n ge r — %  ..ll'illl Choir < %  : Beth Torah ".on presented a cantata. ; with the choir were Gittelson. education di-l rector of Both Torah. and Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. The cantata waa directed by Mrs, Abraham Gittelson, Program also included Launa and Tania in their sister act. accompanied .it Ihe piano by Aida Yaslo. Invocation and benediction were by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association oi Greater .Miami. Dinner Committee included Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Diane Affachiner, Max Affachiner, Benjamin Appel. .lull, HI L. Berman. Eva Blum, Mrs Nathan Bookspan, William Bornstein, Albert Broad, Mrs Jacob I). Davis. Isaac Doneii. Ilynian fSisenbaum, Leon J. Ell, Harry Feldman, Ezra Finegold, Jacob Fishman, Abraham Kraidlin. May stole Friedberg, Mrs Robert Garber. Miss Esther Goodman. Miss t.iilian Goodman, Abraham Grossman. Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht. Martha Heller. Peter F. Heller,; Sam Kayan. Bernard Katz. Zev W. Kogan, Sam Kopkind. Dr. Irving Lehrman, Pauline Levick, Mrs Louis Lustig, Mrs. Abraham Mason. Gcrshon Miller. Morris Minov. Mrs. Miriam Press, Isidore Riffkin, Hairy Rosen, Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Samuel Sack. Sam Schachno. Irving Schatzman, Mrs Woli,' Shklair. Meyer Sieel, lien Silver. Joshua 7. Stadlan. David Stein. Morris Yudewilz, and Dr. Baer Zuckei braun. THE WEEK... AS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A (presumablv quoted from the Daily Oklahoman of Sept. 19. mother publication for which I can not vouch.) • Noebel concluaes that the Beatles and Communist records, t'otist Bryan sees it, "are breeding a tremendous race of people !"•• going to be mentally ill You can see when these wpils grow up, we won't be able to defend America." me what may, "Communism. Hypnotism and the Beatles" is (hiking pay dirt for Rev. Hargis and his Christian Crusade. work lull of possibility and missing mainly two: that the tre shaggy psychiatrists in disguise—or else fully fluoridated. ihr ^^Vontainebleau ^51 M 1 VI. AM ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET \l, HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 44lh STREET THAI) III o SAL 1 setjeR s E RVIC i:s conducted by t)R. iRVlNQ LebRMAN and CANTOR hlRSh ADLCR under the auspices of reMpLe eMANU-eL sisTeubooO BALLROOM APRIL 16-17 Israel and Bonn Study New Tie Continued from Page 1-A lar weapons aid program to Israel, which Bonn halted under Egyptian threats to recognize Communist East Germany. Talks had reached the stage where names of possible appointees to the post of Israel Ambassador to Bonn were being mentioned. The Parliamentary vote for approval, following somber debate, was 66 to 29 with 10 abstentions. Herut, Mapam and the Communist parties voted against the motion. Achdut Avodah and Agudat Israel abstained. Premier Eshkol summed up the majority view with the statement that "in the struggle between emotion and reason, the need to strengthen Israel" must tip the scale toward approval. In Bonn, meanwhile, the Erhard government struggled with a rash of violent demonstrations by Arabs against West German Embassies in Arab capitals. Violent mobs ransacked, looted and burned the embassies in at least three Arab capitals while Arab leaders struggled over the issue of whether to follow Egyptian President Nasser's demand that the Arab states break relations with Bonn. I recognize Communist East Geri many and seize West German as[ sets. West Germany insisted that there was no reason why it could not maintain relations with both Israel and the Arab countries, noting that 85 nations currently were doing so. Bonn sources also downgraded the threat of an Arab boycott, assertlng that Wesl German exports 1 to the Arab countries was a very small pan of total West German overseas sales. By Special Report One-thousand delegates from all parts of the country are arriving in New York this week for the national biennial convention of the National Council of Jewish Women, 72-year-old educational and service organization. On Thursday evening, Apr. 1, Sen. Robert Kennedy, of New York, will present the John F. Kennedy Memorial Award. The award is be. ing given to Vice President Hubert Humphrey and Miss DorothyHeight, president of the National Council of Negro Women, for their efforts on behalf of the ideals cherished by ttt Nrtp President. Topping the agenda of key issues for decision by the Council leaders are future plans in its work in the war on poverty and program for equal opportunity. Sargent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, Sen. Jacob Javits of New York, and Whitney Young Jr.. director of the National Urban League, are among speakers to address the convention. Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg. of Temple Emanu-EI. in Englewood. N.J.. will keynote a special convention session on the challenges of American society today to Jewish commitment. ;it a session on Wednesday morning. Mar. 31. According to NCJW President Mrs, Joseph Willen, Of New York. the convention will launch a major new NCJW program in Israel to strengthen education of disadvantaged youth there. The women's leader called the new program "an outgrowth of the Council's concern for building equal educational opportunity for children in the U.S. and abroad, and a natural extension of our 18-year effort to help build Israel's educational system." Dr. Dina Feitelson, an Israeli woman educator who invented a celebrated system for teaching Hebrew to disadvantaged North African children, and Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of the Israel Ambassador to the United Nations, will address a luncheon session on the problems of underprivileged youth in their country. Dr. Feitelson is one of several prominent educators and social wor ke rs talcing graduate study Iff trie "TJ.iT under NC.IW's Fellowship Program who will speak at the convention. In a special tribute to the United Nations International cooperation Year. Ihe NCJW is holding a UN dinner as part of its first convention to be held in New York in 25 years. NCJW delegates will meet with representatives of some 50 member UN nations at the United Nations headquarters and will hear an address by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland. Cantor Bornstein in Talk Cantor Jacob C. Bornstein. of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua Society as lecturer at Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg on Wednesday. Apr. 7. The Cantor will lecture on "The Historical Liturgy Of the Jewish Community." 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Friday. March 26. 1965 +Jewish fhrldfiar? Page 5 A, iala Affair at Douglas Gardens Will Mature Installation of Officers Sunday uoa than MI persons, deluding L. H members, their wives and f" j1 ;', ues will attend a dmas cardensoii Sunday '"., to install .Hidfjo Irving J p -,l-t. and other offi Kiectcd recentls by the Board I ;";";;„ wa s reeJect* tor -Jxthterm He was chairman of ird foi three years prior to %  L prcsidencj A former member dl the circuit court bench, Judye Cypen is one oi the noted young community leaders of Greater Mi ami who has been repeatedly tapped for high honors by such organisations as the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. T e in p 1 e Kmanulil, United Fund. Kiwanis ind Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. A special feature of the occasion will be the tribute paid to MEYER JUDGE CYPEN lolly wood Jewish Community Scores Top lecord of Support for Home of the Aged E VW since Stanley M. Becker janand Ben Saltcr. leaders ol th I ish Welfare FederaEm. negotiated the agreement bebeen the Hollywood Federation Ed the Jewish Home lor the Aged % n March 20, 1955, facilitating the Mmitlance ol the Jewish aged of Hollywood to Douglas Gardens, the Hollywood Jewish community lias %  cored an outsanding record of fihncial support and devotion to Pip Home. Since 1955, the Hollywood Jewish immunity has contributed S170.000 f : operating and capital funds to h, Homi The Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation, through it~ ludgel Committee, has allocated total toward operating %  come, thus insuring that there Mil be no operating deficit on any Hollywood aced h e residents |i the Home The Hollywood Women's Auxili ry of the Home has contributed l] NO in capital funds, Including 0.J00 i"i Ihi Hollywood Auxiliry Medii. I i mtei al Douglas Gar%  CDS The center, with its x-ray and I'luoroscopy equipment, electrocardiograph machine, laboratory, [pharmacy, special examining Irooms and offices, enables the Fmedical staff of internists, eye %  doctors, rheumatologists, cardiologists, psychiatrists and podiaIrists to provide the finest preventive and therapeutic medical W,' ^M %  ff; MR. AND MRS. BtCKfRMAN service to the 200 residents of the Home. In addition, Hollywood citizens like Mr, and Mrs. Ben Biegelson. Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman. Mrs Henrietta Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Silverstein, Edwin Rosenthal and S. Robert Cooper have contributed a total of $45,000 in capital funds. Former Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home has publicly acknowledged the record Of the Hollywood Jewish community In its financial support of, and affiliation with, the Home. We can not do enough."' Judge Cypen said, "to honor the leaders Of the Hollywood Jewish Welfare I (deration and our own Hollywood Women's Auxiliary or to repay them for their amazing and unselfish devotion and generosity to the Home. They have given of them selves and their material resources far beyond our expectations and their due." the Hollywood Jewish community through its Jewish Welfare Federation and the Home's Hollywood Women's Auxiliary on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the cooperative agreement between the Home and the Hollywood Federation whereby th* floriywoocT elderly needing institutional care have been admitted to Douglas Gardens. Singled out for high honors are Pen Sailer, president of the Holly wood Federation, and Stanley M, Beckerman. its past president for 17 years and now its honorary president for life, both ol whom in-phed the negotiations which developed the agreement on March 20. 1955. For the past seven years. Beckerman has been one of the outstanding leaders of the Home, serving as treasurer and chair man of the Budget Committee. Also selected for special honors is Mrs. Stanley If. (Lilyan) Beckerman, founder and president ol the Auxiliary since its inception in 19.16. under whose leadership the Auxiliary has raised almost $100,000 in capital funds for the Home. Other officer to be installed arc honorary president. Judge Harold B. Spaet; vice presidents. Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Louis Bresler. David B. Fleeman. Baron tic Hirsch Meyer and Jack S. Popick; treasurer, Stanley Beckerman; financial secretary, Sam Resnick; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sol Silverman; and recording secretary. .Mrs. Lawrence Silvcinian Pounder of the Home is Mrs. lsidor Cohen. who still functions on the board. In addition to the Beckermans and Salters, other Hollywood community leaders who will attend are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bloom, Federation trustees and Hollywood representatives on the Home's board; Jesse J. Martin fc and William D. Horvitz, federation vice presidents; Milton For man. Federation treasurer and president of Jewish Family Service of Broward County; Edwin Rosenthal and S. Robert Cooper.' large contributors of capital func to the Home; and Myron J. Br; die, executive director of ths Federation and Jewish Fami v Service. M J. fCopelowitz, long time Gr er will chair the affair. Kapelow i has served in major communi v leadership roles since he helped found the Greater Miami Jewi-i l ederation in 1938. He was cha man of the Home's board rom 1' >2 through 1956. when lie was suite etl by Judge Cypen. Dr. Irving Lehrman. T e m p Emann-EI. chairman of the Horn • Religious Committe. as well as y> ieral campaign chairman f i'te 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal ca %  > %  paign. will install the otticers. -The Home is a major beneficifa y agency of the Greater Miami JV ish Federation, the Hollywood Ji ish Welfare Federation and I tinted Fund of Dade County. 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March 26, 1965 +Jelsti fhrldHar Paqe 15-B Purim Party Saturday Purim party will be held Saturday nigh! in the Social Hall of Israelite Center at 8 p.m. Featured will be dancing, entertainment and refreshments. Affair is spon BOred by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Chester Letter is president. Men's Club president iNat Sanders. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE l/hen Holiday on Ice premieres Mar. 29 at Miami Beach Con[en'ion Hall, the opening night performance will benefit Sunnnd Traininq Center for Retarded Children, under sponsorship North Dade B'nai B'rith Lodge. Co-chairmen for the benefit te (right' Murray Hersh, 1270 NW 179th St., and John Reich left!, 1211 NW 175th St. They're seen here toasting the star, Alice Quessy, with glasses of milk at a luncheon held to introluce the show's leading performers to press, radio and telelision. |r. King Aide >eaks Tuesday Rabbi Morris Kipper, chairman J %  the Com mission on Community trrelations, South Florida Counj American Jewish Congress, an-1 faces thai Harry <;. Boyte, of j lanta. Ga. special assistant to Martin Luther King Jr.. will | [guest speaker at a community feting Tuesday evening. 8 p.m.. |the Everglades Hotel. Boyte's subject will be "Your lc in the Civil Rights Struggle." Boyte has been closely associled with Or. King in recant ftrs and was one of the parcipants in the march and vokr registration drive in Selma, la. For 18 years, he was an gecutive with the American Cross, and received citaDns from Presidents Roosevelt I Truman. 1958. he resigned from the I Cross to give his full time to civil rights movement. He kr became chairman of the krd of the Greater Atlanta Coun|on Human Rights. 11962, he directed the communI relations project in Prince Edp-d County. Va.. for the AmerFriends Service Committee, ere he undertook a dialogue Negro and white leaders to lormine attitudes which might I responsive to the opening of P'ic schools. % iso participating in the evening fgram as discussants will be George A. Simpson, vice presm of the Miami Chapter. Natal Association for the Advancef I of Colored People; and Rabbi T Kronish president, South' Region, American Jewish hgress Gordon is Speaker Jack D. Gordon, member of the Dade County School Board and president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, led a discussion on "Equal Educational Opportunity in Dade County" on Monday night before a meeting of the Young Democrats held at Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association. V_/ bituarlcs LYONS S< n.i >.Ml i.N, ;.">, f 2262 %  -' IV 18th Aw., .hid Mar IS. Hi • a %  •<• %  here from .Mount Vernon, N.V.. SO yeara ugu and wa* memln-r .f I., ill llavld SynagogU. .iriil Workman's Circle. He I* survived by liis \x if.Sophie: three sons, Noriiiiui It. Lyons of Miami, Dr. Albert K Lyona and Clarence Lyons • >r New rork City: B sister, Mrs. Sophie Bcrea, of I..Angeles, Calif.: four Kiamleliil.lr.il Services were held Mar. SI ui Cordon Funeral Home with Interment In Mt. Neb., Cemetery. GINDY >yal Hungarian >d Available It Hospitals Here ? % %  • and Mrs Philip Weiss, own J of Royal Hungarian Kosher prws at 731 Washington Ave.. pounce that their strictly kosher f"' 5 are now available at St. tior' S i 1 I los P' ,al North Miami r ral Ho sP'lal. the Heart InstiF. and Clover Leaf Hospital of rjn Miami Beach. !" > Royal Hungarian has also K, V Eas,crn Air SK Pan 1 ncan Grace Line and the Swiss liiu iT l8raeM Sh 'P,he Bi,u third e at ,he University EM u n Gain sviUe also serves r d Hungarian food to students P request kosher meals. ivh?'' 11 ca t"in to Bar K?,„ s „ and weddings in the RoyT"""'^!,,,.,'., newly-decorated I'IVIVT I S al Temple Bmanu1 n l", r: %  Beth K1 Y,, ""S Is "aml Adath Veshuiun. has creJ increase,) demand (Or Roy. n W an Mrvice and food, not It L •• s but at the restau• lgo according to Weiss. ANNE, 88, of 850 SW -'ml Tec., died Mar. 15. she was active in National Council of Jewish Women. Mi,' la survived bj her aon I'.eiijuinln. two slaters, R Oolni.in. of Detroit, Monica .Menli.it. of Phoenix, Arlaona; and two grandchildren Deborah and Daniel. Services were held Mar. 18 .11 i loi don inii. nil Home. COHEN, Crace Small, 87, of 87 ColUna Ave died Mar. 22 Rivi rsiUe. NEUHAUS. May Hiracb. 70, nf lb28 SW 'ith St. died Mar 22. Riveraide. WOLF. Sidney, of ISSS SB 129th St.. died Mai II. Rlversld. LIEBERMAN. Dora, 74, of 138 nth St.. dh d Mar II. Uordon SCHWARTZ. Alii.it. :>, ol 7811 73rd S'l died Mai II. S. rvli • In Forest Hills, X N Rlvei Id. SILVERSTEIN. Ri.ae, 77, of Sheridan lid Wlln • '• ill and Miami Hi in h. Rli en I. HARR.SON. s imui:. : %  11 Una Ave died Mai IH Rivi I WEISBERG. lei trllde • %  • W< \i. H AXELROD. Harry, %  su M s,i\:. ii Mllwauki i RiM'i aldi PASHKOFF. Lillian %  %  %  %  '" "' %  .. |, ol % %  • SW -' il h Ti dli 19, Servk-ea In New Y' I WINSBERG. Helen M ol • %  .' SW 49th SI died Mai COHEN. Minn.-. 75, ol %  %  %  SW 2 ith Ave dli I Mar 18 I iordon GOLD. Harry, ;.:. ol M.O SW -.'• %  !l> hi., died Mar. I", Qordoi MARQUIS, Martin. 58, of 831 SW 36th Ct.. died Mar. IT. Oordon SWISKO. Abraham, SO, of MO Weat Ave .li.-l Mar. IT. Oordon. WERTHEIM. carl, m, ol i--"-. NM lHth Ave., died Mar. IT. Riverside. LU9TGARTEN. Dr. Abraham, So. of. Newman. 1390 Colllna Ave., died Mar. 178 TUBIN, Mrs Anna, S2, of WO NK 17llh St.. died Mar. IT. Ulversi.le. FWUE. Jns.-i.li I-. 80. Of; 171 W. I'th si. iiiai.-ah. .H.d Mar. IT Beevlcea in Pittsburgh, Pa. Uordon. MANN, Mi-s l.ilv.in %  : ill 1335 IStB St., died Mar. 16. Rlv. ralde. KOVNER. Joseph i.. 63, IM K19 Harding Ave died Mar I.'. Rivi n kle. KRAMER. II.-s I! 63, th Bt., died Mar II KIM. M,l. WALKER. Miini I '' I...K, \i,u In died \l Sen ci in i. • Rlversldi GINDY. Vm ,61 151 SW 2nd died Mar, 15 ,; KLEGER. Benjnmln, -i B ij Hni'hour Hi dli 'i ^ ; •-' n \. Hi ilford, Maw R ier SIEG'MEISTER, Jenn \'s NW 2nd Her died Ma • gojdon. SOMMER, Lillian, 63, ol 1076 NW Bl died Mar 2. Riverside GOLDBERG. Hereo. TT. of JM ETW 17th Ave., .Ii"l l-'h. IT. Oordon. Carnival and Bazaar Mrs. Paul Goodman and Mrs Gene Essner are co-chairing the carnival bazaar to be held on the grounds of Temple Beth Am On Mindav. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3177 Till: WILLIAMhHIKtlH SAVINOS I :.\ N K Plaintiff, i CH VRLKS WINriTtiN SMITH, .lit.. el ux, el al, I • I.n.lanls. NOTICE OF SUIT Tt hail. Wlnaton Smith, Jr am N. I iarl) ne Smith, hia w If. 27775 Rlalto Str.-el M.,.lis.,n Helahta, M i hlgnn You are herein notified thai tin above f-aptloued a.-tlim haa been Instituted agalnal \...i in the I'lretill Court of i '• Kl. vi nth .1. i..l '•ii-.-nit of Kim i.la in ami for Dade Count) to I'm., i ns,a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 21 111... h 64 |-Il:sr VDDI'I'll IN Tn CAROL CITY, according to Ih. I'lai thereof, recorded In Phil Book 611 at Page 19 of the Public Re .1 of Dade County, blorlda, You air ri quired to file u ri sjionalve pleading to plalntlffa complain) with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and .-.-i \. a copy thereof upon plalntlff'a attorney MARTIN FINK. Hade Kederal Building, Miami. Hoi Ida 331S1, imt later I han April 27, 19*5, or a Decree l'i<. Confesao will be entered against you U VTKD March 18, IMS I-: Il LKATHRRMAN, Clerk, i 'ii cult Court, I Nide 'otint). Kloi Ida ) : K. M LV.M VN Heput) Clerk MARTIN I'INi: I Keilelal II Miami. Kloridii 33131 I J.;. i i-g-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3161 MARILYN DKNISK FLEISHMAN Plaintiff vs. 8TRPHKN ALIJ-7N I l.i:iSII.MA\ I %  fell.lant I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T. >: STKPHEN ALLKN KLKISHMAN I L'.'.IU'-; Lincoln Way Anus. Iowa You, STKPHKN AIJ.KN" KU5IHHMAN, are Iwreb) notified thai a complaint for divorce has I n filed against you and you are required 10 file your answer ..r other iileadlng with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I ami m serve a cop) uiuiool upon th Plaintiffs Attorney. Nat Relss, %  me Linenln Road, Miami Bvacb, i l-'lorlda. no later than the I7th day of April. li'.".. If >"OU fail t" do s... a i decree Pro Confwiao "ill '• taken against you foi the relief prayed for in tin plaint. UATKD tliis ISrd day of March, lsi;:.. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. i-ii-.iiii Court, l>nde County, Klorlda MU |) By: K M. I.Y.MAN |i.|.ni\ Clerk :: 26, i 9-16 NOTICE BY PUBL.CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65 C 3212 JACK I lUAZEN, Plaintiff, \ a. I"l.i IREXI i: l)R VZKX. I.. i. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< I II.. iRKNCE I IRAZRN 110 li. ach "." li \i. rii, '._ %  Queena < '..ui.i y, Sew York You, H'IJORENCE DRAZEN are hereb) notlflefl thai a Complalnl foi Divorce has been filed against you, ami you are required t<> aei-ve a copy of your Answer or Pleading i. the 'nm plain! ..n the PlaIntlff'a .iI HAUi'l.li .1 COHEN, K-i ,..i Coral Wn) Miami 15, Ha., and file Hi. oi iglnal Answei m I'l, ulina In tie offl. ol h. • 'i. ii, ni the Circuit t "oui i on or In ton the L'THI da) ol April, 1965. If \.ii fall to do so, judgmenl i-x default ^ ill be taken againsl you for the relief .l.-maml.-.l in the Bill ..r i' plaint This nolle*, shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks III TIIK I KWISH I'l. i lllll 'I \ N DONE AND tlRDERKD .n Miami. Ploi i.la. ih,.'iih da) ol March, A D. 1965 i: II LEATHERMAN, I I. rk. 'I in '..nil. I >ade i 'ount} Klorlda I wall !' %  K. M I.V.MAN I leput)' i il VRt >l.l • i Ci IHEN 2761 Coral Wa) Ml i 15, I1 .. :,. for Plai ntiff I 26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 65C 3186 RICH \KI I-. IRIIES, Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR~ IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66447 IN RE: Estate of SAM IRANK LIKW, I i. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi and All Pi rsous Hs Ing 'lalms or i leman Igalnsl Sa Estate: You aie hereb) notified and I quired i" preaenl anj %  lalmr and .1 manda which you ma) have again the esti T. ol SAM PRANK LIEV dei'esseil late of Dade I'mmi.. I-'I., i.la, to Hi. County Judges ol Da County, and file thi *nme it dupllcn and as pro) i.i.-.i in s,-. m 733 i Florida Statutes, In theli the l %  .unt) 'ourthouMe In I lade 'oui I-'I. i Ida, w II hln six en lendi II from the time .>r the flrai publk her. of, or the aanie "III '' % %  Ian ed I ... • 'I al Miami, I In Ida, 'lii.%  • da> "i March, A.D I RVlNtl LIEW MAL'RY II l IEW \ C Adi in i •< %  !> Flrai publ %  ..i Ion of this i i in'.'.iih da) of Mai i ii SMITH & M AM ILER B) Hair) It. Smith All. i n, \ |,.i '..-A.lln Itii I. in, ..in Road I 26. 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW SOTICE is HEREBY DIVEN thai ih. mderalgned, iteslring In engagi In business under the fictitious name ol I .Al IE KI.ITi ITRI 'NITS .11 ISIS N \\ :',.;ili sir.. 1. Miami Inten Is t 1 sold nani. nitfa the Clerk ol cull Coin 1 of I 'M.I. 1 Ni mi) I-101 da UCS I.IISIT/. ^. ivv 11.-I M \>:\ r VBER Atlorne) fr Appllcanl 1 Alnsley Bidg. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T,, M.I. ri. w 111..M Tin.si: KNTS SH Ml''' ME, tlREETINiSS: \\ ,,, ,, ,LEI i.N KAPLAN, MIAMI. I i.nlill.A. LEDN A KI'.-I'KIN Ml\M| Pl.tlRIDA: ERNES 1 INK I BlIERT, Ml \Ml. l'l...l:ll' \. did on ih, mill day % %  < June, A I' 1956, 1 auai ,,, i„ in, ..1,. ,,i, ,i undi r hi In oi !he State of Klorlda BEST HOMES CtlNSTRI'CTION CORP. s corpora\ s. I.ILL1E I'. iltP.ES. Defendnnt. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO; LII.I.IK POIUtKh 130 K. Iih Walk Sew York, NY. Y. il', I.II.I.IE VI I RBES, mi hi 1 • b) notified to file your defenslvi pleadings to tinsnii for dlvon-e with the Clerk of this Court, and serve a cop) mi Plalntlffa attorney, BI'UEAE LEMLICH, ''II S,.il.nl,I Bldg., Miami .;•.'. I'lm i.1.1 before the 27th day of April, 1965, or a ,1. fault will be nlereil aga Insl > ou. 1 la led Mar. n 2 '.. 1965 E. D. LEATHERMAN, C 'ii.-nii 'ourt, 1 >ade Coiinl laeal) By C P. COl'ELAND I leput) Cli :: 26, I %  1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 31P5 RAYCE1.E ROSENBLATT, Plaintiff, \ a. I.K. IN ROSENBLATT, I..-1',-ml.int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IJO 'N i:t .si:Ni:i.A'i"r IL'.". Taylor Streel Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY KUTIPIED thai a Complalnl for Dlvon-e has been filed againsl you and you are reoulred to s, rve a copy of your answer on Plalntlffa attorney, MORTIMER b. COHEN, 513 Ainsley Building, Miami, 1 m, i.la. and flit th Iglnal thereof with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,:• about the 27th day of April. 1966, otherwise th mplainl will be taken a~ confessed by you. BATED ai Miami. Florida, March 28, 1966. B. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) B) : C. P. i'. IJ'ELANH I lepnty t'l.-i k 3 26, I J-6-16. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66107-A IN RE: Estate of FBI i:i %  \ > KAPLAN. 1... eased. NOI it-E TO CREDITORS To All 'n dltoi and All Pi rsons Ha\ Ing Claims or Demands Vgalnsl Said Estat. : Vou are hi reby Ified and re.,„ red [o pres. nl an; nd dein., nda w hlch | ou ma) have H,i stai. of FRIEDA s K M'l.A.N .1 used 1 %  le ol I tadi Count). F or.; I hi >. In llupli. ate o\ Id.'d In Seetion Florida Statutes, in their offl. ho 1-. 11 I lade 'oun1, 11 la, ii Itliln six call ndai months from th. • .., he inu >i ill In 1 .ai. il Miami. Plot da, Ihia i li %  .i.n ol .Mai.li. A.I 5. Nl .|;\l \N K \ I'l. AN \. idmlnistrator Fii -1 publication "f this nol ,li, j. • h da) ••! March, 1965. Goldman, tloldateln A Pacaler \ for of Irleda S. Kaplan I4n| W< -1 Flaglei Street Miami, Florida :: : %  :. 1 2-9-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREin tllVICN th the underahtned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious nami IIKJ DEE SI PERMARKET Hi 293 hllngman R I. Llesure City. l-u... li tends to n glster as .1 name iih tl 1 "lerk of the Cli euil Court 1 1 1 is 1 '..,11111. Floi Id 1 MARtU'ERITE A HA1.LAXT1NE Sole 1 m II.-I .1. DAVID LIEBMAN \ 1 torni ) for Appllcanl .:. %  .". l/iii...lii Road Miami Beach, Florida 3 26, I :-:• %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57869-C IN RE: Estate nf JOEL ALEXANDER AHR.VHA) 1.. i-easi d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 To All CreUiloia and All IVraona II11 ing Claims or Hemanda Againsl Sa Estate: You are hereb) notified and 1 M 1 red in | 1,>. ni an) i-lalma and d .nan',ulii.li you in. 11 ham againsl the estate nl JOEL VLEXANDE : ABRAHAMS m 1 eas. .1 lati of I ai • 'minii I 101 Ida, m the 1 'ouni) Judgi • %  1 I lad. ...inii. and file the same %  duplicate and as provided in Sectl. Floihts Statut. -. In their ot flees in the Count) Courthouse 1 >ade 'ount) II.n 1 u li Inn six 111 .-ii.i.u months from the tin., of II 1 >, publli at "i. hei -1 >.. 01 I hi is u .11 I..Is 1 Hated ..t Miami. Florida, UlU ,ia 1 of March, A.D. 1965 MAKI. I.N AllKAHAMS As Admlnistrail l.x ".T.A. First publiiatlon m iliis notlci the 26th day ..r March, 1966. Talianoff, Waller .vLit man Attorneys for Administratrix I'.'I'.A :i 26, i/i'-:i-n: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2979 1 i.N 1: I'll A .VL.Fl 'Kl 1, Plaintiff, Vs. ARCHIE Al.l"' 'Kl'. I ', fell.la 111 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, ARCHIE Al.l I 'RI*. 120 Can street. New Haven, Connecticut, ., hereb) notified that .. BUI ..f Con plain! f."' Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop) of your Answer i 11 Pill of Complaint on the Plafntlfl Attorney, Oakley U. Smith. 1 l"l N.M North River Drive, Miami. Florid and file tinoriginal Answer in Hit .ir, %  of the 'li rk of the Clrcu I Court mi or befori the 28th day of April, 1965. If you fall t.. do s... Judv in,-in l.i default "ill '"• taken again* you for the relief demanded In n Bill of Complaint. 1 .. .NK ANI IR1 lERED at Florida, this 19th day nf March, 191 K. II. LEATHERMAN, del k. 'ii-cull ""ni t 1 lade Count) Florida By: .'. P. COPELANTJ :-. 1 clerk 1IAKLEY .: SMITH 1 1 .1] N.W Noi ih Rivi 1 1 1111. M ami, Florida Utornci 01 1 is li :: 26, 1 2 %  • tl mill Us in in. Ipal placi ol l.iisi.,t MIAMI. HADE I 'I'NTI in the state of Florida, and whereas the proper offlcera ol such corporaUon ,11,1 on lhe—rd day of SepteHther, \ 11 1955, cause to be filed • In •' %  office ol ih. s,, r, I.IIM ni ia*te of 1 he State nf Florida, a CorUUC*ti 1 AtnmiiUnent changing its gfgPSff**..iuni...t.. CiUHiNKT C.iNSTItl <;i'tON I'nltP. and wpareas such eacaorasHon ,li,l 0 n ih. Wth da) of Match, A.O. cause 1.. I..filed In 1 ha o| flci ol ., iai 1 % %  >' State of the siat...1 .,. in. documentar) ami t) 1 required undei %  -• %  < '< ~ 2.. Statutes, showing ihe dissolution of -.,, I, ,,i|„ ration. therefore, the be. n la State .I". hereli forced thnl the I reqi Ihe law have be. n % %  implied >' NESS Will !RI % %  '!•' 1 ham e : im hand and I ..n s. al ol plot Ida, al Tallahasse. the „pitnl, this ihe r\v 1 :i.i-"i'ii da] MARi II. 1965. 1 roM ADAMS s,. 1. t.ui 1 ,f State 9 |6 .;:, NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME Cha*ery.Nev6S C 3043 To Whom it May Concern: N..ii, is h.-iehy gjxen that the 11111,1 n., I |M-uiio|i. is. VICTOR l-A%  XV I'AK and KMHtENi'lC LAXVi'AK, iihes,. residence address is-. u:':l Lenox Avenue In the .City of :MI*ml li.-mh. Dade County, Florida, intends to apple to the I Ini.i.ral.l. %  Marshall C U,. -eh. ait. Judge "f th" I'.l.-ienih -Indioial 'n. nh, ill and for Jia.le County, ai his office In the County Court Uouse, nl i"::'." o'clock A M.. on the •jisi da) of April. 1968, or as -• on I >i. >. 111. i.is iiiei may b. beard, foi .. nrd. 1 changing their .... \ 1. ni Florence 1. to t'li ni 1 .../.ik and 111 1 Laalk i, he) h then be known. .Iai of M in 1, \ 1'. \ ICTOB I.AX.V'AK FLORENCE I.A/.M'AK I vt.: li ,1. rs II VERY /.IK I:I:\ II K Ai in. 11. 1 for Pel il in||,-IS IL'II 1.iii, oln Road M i Beaob, Florida I 26, ) 2-6-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH jUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3002 BERNARD V SMITH, Plaintiff, A.NNK SMITH, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'll: VNNB SMITH Greenpolnt, Brooklyn, N.-iv Toti Vnii. A.NM: SMITH, are herehy no titled thai .1 JL-i 11 f Complaint ft-" Divorce has been filed against you, 1 and you are 1. QUiri d to serve a eopy of y.nir Ai.r OF PleadinK to the Kill of .'nini'laint on th,. PleAiitiff'a I aitoj-iiey, STANI.KY E, I:O(UIAN. liiiis N \\". ]nd Kt., Miami, pion.la anil file Ih.oriuinal All.-ft, r


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Page 12-B • •Jtntst)fkrldnnn Friday, March 3 Temple Emanu-El started as Miami Beach ]ewish Center in February, 1940 at 1415 Euclid Ave., site of Kneseth Israel Congregation today. Temple Emanu-El is today housed in its giant-domed ediiice at 1701 Washing'.on Ave.. with an annex at 727 77th St.. Miami Beach. The congregation's name was changed in 1954. First services in the Washington Ave. ediiice was on Rosh Hashona eve, 1948. It is one of the leading religious centers of the City of Miami Beach, now celebrating its 50th anniversary. Music Month At Beth David The tenth annual observance of Jewish Music Month will he held at Beth David Synagogue at late Friday evening services this week. Cantor William W. Lipson and the Beth David Choir, under the direction of Albert Sussman. will present five new liturgical compositions. This will represent the premiere performance of these selections at Beth David. •During the past hall century. the American Jewish community baa been enriched by the influx of many talented and able cantors and composers." Cantor Lipson explained. 'These men came to us from centuries-old European communities and brought with them the rich heritage of Hazzanic tradition which has become, with modifications, the accepted pattern and model of Hazzanic style in the American synagogue of today." Interim Rabbi Eliezcr A. Levi will relinquish the pulpit to Cantor Lipson. who will deliver the sermon un "Prayer — Yesterday and Today." Members of the choir assisting -<~5- CANTOR WILLIAM UrS N | Cantor Lipson are Albert s* director, soprar Mrs Jlu| ner. Mrs. Celia & a liott Gordon; alt is Mrs -;:J stein. Mrs Rosi Si | Leopold Gerhardt: Neii. Mrs. Jacob Morgi rehearsal accompai Miami Beach Golden Jubilee Celebration To Feature Giant Parade This Weekend Kitty years of sunshine bursts forth this month to provide the glitter lor Miami Beach's Golden Jubilee cr-lebration as the resort city becomes 50 years young on Friday. A gala array of special events has been planned to salute the occasion, u'li festivities ranging from a society ball to an international surfboard competition. To symbolize its determination to do everything in the biggest way imaginable, the world's largest birthday cake has been erected in front of Miami Beach Convention Hall, a gift to Miami Beach from Fleischmann's Margerines. The cake is covered entirely with flowers — a fitting tribute to "the garden spot of the globe." Every one of Miami Beach's, 65.000-plus permanent residents I has been caught up in the holiday | mood, with hands extended to all to join in the jubilee observance. The city's 50th anniversary will also be marked with a Grand Parade to be held Saturday. Free Loan Group Installs Schwartz For the 13th consecutive year. Isidore Schwartz will be installed at president of the Greater Miami I irew Free Loan Association on Sundaj •• p m., .i' a dinner banquet .it the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Rabbi s Schiff, spiritual leade r ol Beth El Congregation, and executive vice president ol the Greater Miami Rabinlcal As ition, w ill gi\ > %  the invocation. Chuck Hall will be ir stalling officer, and Judge Sam I Silver, president of the Dade C 0 u n \ %  • iation, will be master oi ceremo Musical program will feature Luci DiLucca, lyric soprano. The North Dade String Ensemble, 'ireeled by Mrs. Marguerite Antrim, will offer the dinner music. are Irvine Miller, first vice president; Morris Kckhaus. second vice president'; Rose Siegel, third vice president; Max Rappaport, treasurer; Zeida Kimst. recording secretary; Ida Ochs, financial secretary; Max Price, corresponding secretary; Bernard Jaffe, parliam ntarian. On 1' 1 < Credit Committee are Fred Ochs. Sam Sherman. Hyman Chabner. Hyman Kami. Ben Silverman and Sam Miller. The Greate r Miami Hebrew Free 1 oan Association h..*been in existence 15 years and offers interest free l >ans to need) persons. Pythian Sisters Meeting Pythian Sisters ol Miami Beach 43 was to hold a meeting Thursday evening at Veterans Legion To be installed with Schwartz Hall. 1828 Alton Rd. GERMAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT Gasthaus Edelweiss Specializing in German-American Cuisine DINNER SERVED DAILY 4-9 P.M. SATURDAY T'L 1 A.M 1701 Delaware Parkway Reservation Call NE 4-6373 <27th Ave. at N.W. 171li St..CLOSED """"v The march steps off at 1 p.m., with the largest array of floats, bands and marching units ever as sembled on the Beach The entire parade is expected to last two hours, along Washington Ave., Horn First St.. north to Dade Blvd. Many of Dadc's municipalities will be represented, as well as such cities as St Petersburg. Melbourne, Cocoa, Apopka. Jupiter and Okeechobee. Commercial participants include Eastern and National Air Lines. Planters' Peanuts, Coppertone and Pompano Park. A surprise feature of the event will be the appearance of giant balloons direct from Phildelphia't famed Thanksgiving Day Parade. Reviewing stands erected in front of Miami Beach Convention Hall will be crowded with dignitaries from all over Florida. The 32-foot-high birthday cake was designed i>\ City Manager O. M. Pushkin and constructed under the supervision Of Parks Superintendent John P. PoulOS. More than 30.000 flowering plants of 50 varieties cover itsteel, hoard and glased wire frame. Topping the cake are 50 giant candles, each eight feet tall and topped by one foot incandescent flames, it is flanked b> ten anniversary penants flying from 35foot poles, and sut ro ind< I by a "doilie" effect ol white flowers. Miami Beach's birthday cake is 7.") feel in diameter and weighs 20 tons — and thaf> big eating. one mile of electrical cable connectits fluorescent and mercurj vapor lights to a master switch which U.S. Sen George Smathers will throw for the first tune on Friday evening when its v.ooo-watt candlepower will shine nightly for an entire year. DADE CAFETERIA GOOD FOOD FAST SERVICE — REASONABLE PRICES Featuring "LUNCHEONS'' for Business Men and Women < Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 N.E. Third Avenue 1 MIAMI'S NEWEST CHINESE RESTAURANT ^e (Z/una JMaif SERV'NG AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird (S.W. 40rh St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS We Also Have A Complete Take-Out Menu OPtN 3 to TO P.M. SUNDAY J fo 9 P.M. (Closed Tuesday) 100 0 o AIR-CONDITIONED KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this coming week are Voisin of New La Rue of California, Brennan's of New Orlea^-: other equally popular and noted dining spots : :' evening of the week you may enjoy a d I gourmet menu featuring the foods of these rest; who have entrusted to us their priceless recipes THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Also a la carle menu. Serv.cc 6 lo 11 p.m. Dmner danemq. •> Reservations: < TOJyM TMIU TO DINING PlMSUM AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES OPEN DAUT 4 SUNDAYS 12 Noon to 10 P-tMfJH.VfWW HALLANDALE, FLORIDA On U.S. 1. one hall nv'e so.


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Pago 6-B *Jenisl> tkridUar Friday. Mcrch & Plans Completed for Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball and Dinner Apr. 3 Plans for the Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball and Dinner were completed by members of the corps of hosts at a luncheon meeting last j week. Meyer L. Cherkas was named grand marshal of the ball, and Morris I. Minov will be chairman of the Corps of Hosts. The ball will take place Saturday evening. Apr. 3, at the Fontaincbleau Hotel. The Purim-lsrael Ball will be held under joint sponsorship with the Israel Bond organization. Cher-. kas pointed out that the "ball will be a joyous event, as well as one of significance on Israel's behalf." He added: "The residents of Mor ton Towers take pride in the fact %  that the organizations which center their activities among us and their leaders have been singled out for special honor in recognition of \ the fine social, cultural and civic activities which have welded us; together as neighbors, friends and brothers." The Purim-lsrael Ball will be the occasion when the American Israel Award will be presented to Biscayne Chapter ORT. Mrs. Ira Weiner. president; B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Chapter. Mrs. Cecile G. Kluger. president: B'nai B'rith Hank, yah Lodge. Ellison Kosoff. president; Fifteen Hundred Men's Club. Meyer L. Cherkas. founder; Fight for Sight. Mrs. Rhoda Levine, president; Morton Towers Group. Hadassah, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. president; Morton Towers Men's Club, Karl M. Weiner. president. and Morton Towers North Woment's Club. Mrs. Bennett Wexler. president. Members of the Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball Corps of Hosts include Mr. and Mrs.: Jcuwph Amiito, Jennie Appelrouth, Louis Batda, Samuel Beer, Harry D. BerUtt, Jacob Banter, Huna Brln, Norman Butler, Man s fohen, Maul J Cooper, Pamuel Bavin, i: — Unhln, %  tax Plalkoff, Fay Finer, tamel Kink.-l. Jack Kiii-.lii.ri.-. FYank Frotaman, Ann Qarflnkeli Mlna Ullekman, JKt-ph Hold, rannle Goldbent, Ham S. Goldberg, Esihfr Ooodman, Lillian oodman, Lillian Haut, Herman HUtjer, Jacob [aman, Ann Jeffrea, Rylvia Kanter. Peclle •: Ktufft r, lotils Kohn, Klllaon If Konoff, Joseph Kuluva. Rhoda I evlne, Ma Lldaky. Benjamin LJepsbutl, Bernard Llflon, Pearl Lbrhtman, Herman Lustgarten, Irving Mailin. Morris Man.-. Rose Marx. Bmanuel Menta, B< mice Moscowlts. Peter Paul, EHdne) Raymond, Benjamin Rochwargj Cells Rosenblatt, Mu-aliam Roth, Sam Ruban, Samuel Rudenbera*. Jacob Uu**... Stella s.<.k-. I.. M. Sakrala, Lena Scher, Samuel Schilling, Nathan W. Scnnenhersr, Isidore :--linii. Bdward Kehwalh, Max Meyer L. Cherkas, grand marshal of the Morton Towers Purimkrael Ball to be held Saturday evening, Apr. 3, at the Fontainebleau Hotel, discusses plans for the event with committee members (from left) are Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of Morton Towers Group, Hadassah; Mrs. Ira Weiner, president of Biscayne Chapter ORT; and Mrs. Bennett Wexler. president of Morton Towers North Women's Club. Singer, Harry Smolensk}-, Alexander Prances llUnn, Isaac l'nti>rman. s.-lSohmer, Abe Soloako, Hair} i Son*, Pearl Standi i. Jncoh Stein B< I Steinberg, Bva Ktelnhardt. Noul. Trpper. Onenr I. Tnbey, Resale Tress, ma W'ai-ha". Karl M Weiner, Ira w n< H nn< it \\. \l. r. Marie wiiK.m. Benjamin w.On. and Morris Young. Beth Sholom Women's Lunch 'The Great Societj theme of a Belli luncheon in th, the Doral Beach Hotel u ', day noon, according nouncement by Mrs | Sisterhood president. Proceeds from the affa g| toward beautify iiit the TJ auditorium and banq In charge of the I UBAZ ] Mrs. Aaron M Reder ;-Benjamin B. Goldstein, men: and commute chtinBctf Seymour Silvern;,.': M,. gu Wolk. Mrs. Jack Shapiro. | old Druker. Mrs J Beri tor. Mrs. Saul Morgan, v-. uel liirsch. Mrs Morris UMJ Joseph Shaumut and Mr• Sonnett. Sponsors of the lunc Mrs. Sam Etevenow, Mrl.ipp. Mrs. Tessie I.itt, M: Olinick. Mrs. Harry Plaigft] -Sidney Rockwell. Mrs. iew Rimer. Mrs. Eth( 1 Sha; i | Jack Shapiro. Mrs, .1 Spector. Mrs Anna St-i. Harold Granolf. Mrs. I., i Miss Miriam Vernicli and '.rs.| ing Westin Unusual Bill At the Cinema Starting Friday Dipping once again into the unusual in Yiddish-American entertainment, impressario Leon Schach ter has booked an all new bill for Friday headlining the talents of Korean-born singer. Johnny Yun. at the Cinema Theatre. Coming direct from the Cafe Exodus in New York. Yun's extensive i musical background includes voice and music stud) at Seoul University and ;it Ohio Wesley an University in Delaware. O. Having worked as an actor and director in Korean films. Yun was also manager and linger for UN soldiers under the Auspices oi Korean Entertainment Agencies Association. Armed with a repertoire of songs i in a dozen languages. Yun sings Hebrew. Yiddish. French. Russian. Italian, Spanish. Greek. Turkish English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean. Rounding out the bill are song end dance man. 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, March 26. 1965 +Jm>isi) Ikradian Page 9-C [ithern Region /B Conference ited Apr. 2-4 By Special Report SHOPPING AROUND WITH fo Mc^JflMW hroad rapid and allencom'." %  „;, staking Place In I da) .„ %  revealing great BriOUS issues which COniTO l Planters Oil some of the other juices from (jean Jewrj I he Sout hHousewives who have conic to Duffy-Mott. These include Sunconference 01 We | i depend on Planters Peanut Oil for, sweet Apricot Nectar, Sunsweet iMgion^a"""*' ^^ on+fS0 mutn of theu C00 IUHH. mii bafcI ,!..... ( h iwR ing can go right on enjoying this product during Passover. Planters Peanut Oil is certified kosher and parve for Passover, so you never have to be without this deliciously light, polyunsaturated olive product a favorite in their ju" ew Steak H0US6 homes. N'ow the name Ajax appears on an all purpose cleaner with "amj oe Berkan and Ted Weisberg, monial" added. owners of the Robin Hood Restau Ajax liquid will have your home 'ant, plan to build a steak house sparkling clean for Passover quick' hi s year on property they own at er than vou ever thought possible Coral Way and SW 8th Ave. BerIn fact, it cleans like a white torkan and Weisberg also have ret nado, getting into corners and taurant holdings in Miami Beach hard-to-clean areas, turning them and Ft. Lauderdale sparkling clean without scraping. /'will be on how the JWB lewish Community Centers are Ugful forces 1 n dealing with Bue8 racing Jewish life. Cf 0r d Solender, executive vice bent of the National Jewish f4 Board, will address Jew-! oil. jers from 11 Southern States. Here is a tasty recipe for you to banquet on Saturday night, j try during the Passover holidays: al t he Woodmont Country, Bake n Brown Potatoes 3 pound potatoes 2/3 cup Planters Peanut Oil 2 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoon white pepper Pare potatoes and cut crosswise Apricot Nectar, Sunsweet Apricot Apple. Prune Juice and Mott's A.M., a fruit juice which is actual ly five "good health" juices in one delicious drink. The extra benefit of ammonia makes Ajax ideal for cleaning floors, walls, woodwork, and every other washable thing in your home. Other Ajax products that can make your Passover chores easier SPECIALIZING IN FHA & VA BEST BUYS IN TOWN Serving Miami 1^ Years Also A Complete Insurance Service Altmun Insurance & Real Estate Inc. 769 NW 3rd ST. FR 7-9655 As long as you are making up are new blue formula Ajax cleansyour list, don't forget Sunsweet er with bluclorin, Ajax laundry deCooked Prunes, plump, tender tergent with ultramarine-plus, prunes in heavy syrup. All of these Ajax window cleaner with Hexamfine products are certified kosher monia, and Ajax Ammoniated for Passover. Look for the rabbinF'>or and wall Cleaner — all certiical seal on the package lied Kosher for Passover. Use all of these fine products, Tetley Tea an d this Passover you'll have more Smart housewives will be ready time to spend with your family tor Passover entertaining just as and your guests. they are every year. These are the into 1/4 inch slices. Pour 1/3 cup ones who serve and enjoy Tetley C-v.J^i c Pvpriltp Planters Oil into each of two shalTea every season of the year. TetOOVICTb LXctUTc low baking pans. Arrange layer ley Tea. like the enjoyment it _, of potato slices in each pan, turnbrings, knows no season. It's part flaTCC MOT6 JGWS ing potatoes to coat both sides with oil. Bake in very hot oven (450 cleg K 1 about 2.") minutes or until of the scene no matter what the v. cat her. Nothing will take the chill off in LONDON — (JTA) — Three more Soviet Jews have been exeLrtram H. Gold, execot.ve dicr of the Jewish Centers Aslition of Los Angeles, Calif., Be the principal speaker at jncheon on Sunday, Apr. 4. ,r addresses will also be dei bj Di Lou II Silberman. sor, Vanderbill University, [Alfred Dobrof, director, per. services, JVl V, delegates will hear and dis[ ,im. as "Jewish Separtrj Acculturation," "The Jewmmunitj Centet in the Great •;,." "Who 1in the Military. ; i j|, "The Sal) and the 1 cuter. Social Ac,ilit> or Revolt." "National list lor Passover, do yoursell and and you get the same hearty taste j Organizayour family a favor bj including a cup after cup The article, written by a woman • r Youth," number ol Mott's and Sunsweet 1, „ ,,„ wonder thai Tetley Tea judge, named Eulaimanova, head Jewish products is the tea drinker's tea, and the of the Uzbekistan Supreme Court. 1 vi Cultural Arts I '..ril..i111. 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It you are not a tea drinker, ed ol embezzlement 0 large sums pie Juice or Juice With the Sunsweet Prune kidhome from istration Hospitals, can best school for the holidays, cither one ttved. concluding plenary session see the current president of luthern Region, Mrs Milton of Miami Beach, turn the over In Mitchell Bush, ol I a now president1 ideal for breakfast or late after, noon energy boosts. e more reason to try Tetley l monej from a textile-haberdashYou'll find it a welcome change en factory, the following five per from your regular drink and you'll sons haw been executed G. Lvovknow you arc drinking th( tea monej can buj The first three are Jewish names. Colgate's Ajax | n addition, the report stated. YoHousewivea have known for years sei Medeleleyev was sentenced to that Ajax means "clean." and 15 years imprisonment. That name best sky, ('.. Lemeshev, B. Krentsel, A. Stolin and a man named MuratOV. 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March 26. 1965 -Jenisti fkr/Jton Paae 7-B radish Bankers Propose Foundation |??!2^irS^|^ ^f|^^l KH 0L M — (JTA) — Al tarian Foundation of unclaimed edi5h banks proposed j property deposited in Swedish ished. Miami Beach Hemophilia AuxilThe assets amount to about 3.100.. The plan is to use the income is T v wi hold a re 8 ular meeting, 000 Swedish kroner (620,000). The from the fund to help former vieconducted by President Mrs. Delu .. Swedish Governbanks and believed to belong to bank ofticials said that, since the tims of Nazism now UviOfl in SweS. Delancev. on Thursday. 12:30 0 f a Ilumanivictims of the Nazi p eriod. „ ; ,n,l heirs had not sought den. p.m.. Apr. 1. at the Bel Aire Hotel. At last! A margarine with all three. 1.100% DAIRY-FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA 1. New Mazola is truly unique among margarines. It's now 100% free of dairy ingredients •.. certified Kosher by The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. 2e The major ingredient in new Mazola Margarine is pure, liquid Mazola Corn Oil, low in saturated fat, specially recommended for people on fat-controlled diets. 3* New Mazola tasteslighter, more delicate. Makes everything you serve downright delicious, because of a special no-burn formula. Other margarines bum, blacken and smoke in the frying pan,but newMazola Margarine does not burn at normal frying temperatures. It fries clean-just browns foods deliciously. Mazola tastes great at the table, too., NEW! SEE THE DIFFERENCE I VISIBLY BETTER Definitely Mo/e Delicious! %  S I f. BACH 7 Mazola Margarine Available on West Coast in cube turn] MAZOLA MAKES GOOD EATING GOOD SENSE!



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Esv, March 26. 1965 +Jenlsfi Her Id/fan Paqe 9-B ij: .. I V, r.ong '^ se planning for the Young Women's Division "No r.imum Donation Luncheon" at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on r. 6 are (left to right) Mrs. Howard Trinz, co-chairman with c William Binder, Area Chairman Mrs. Leonard Haimes; Mrs. Richard Brickman. chairman of the Young Women's I ; :~.. ishions for Living and Giving' to Spark lung Women's Division Luncheon Apr. 6 Living and Dlv: intheme of the ,. • Division ol Comv al "No Minluncheon, it was Mi William Binder il ;mi Trim, chairmen. i will take place Apr. t>. al the Du old. %  [01 Giving" will be Mrs Ir\ iii^i l.ehrnl HI the Federation i ivomi n Mrs Lehrman iand, Dr. Irving Lehr \ campaign chairilj returned from a Ic Israel and Kur. ii -i. Hi lormer Israel Moshe Sharett. man :ll pre ^i-nt a dun ni overseas needs |nd Europe, She will • how almost hall ol ''. ollar remains in the mnity and supports the igencies of the Greater -ii Federation. • casual and high-styled in.: v.ill be present ncheon through the • il Mister Pants. The include a large variety M 1 %  '• i %  at-home hostessing, [ country club, tor J taining, and for evI n living. r the "No Minluncheon veto • Binder and They include liesVyares. Aclolph isberg, Eugene r Bloom. Lawrence 1 'larvin Gillman, Marshall ^DISCOUNT UPHOLSTERY Foam, Chak $ 1,9 Sofa f <**•* Work, (,,, i,i lmlt „, *'";' "••*. JOS Samples' HS! .Experience. Harris. Leonard Haimes. Richard llelfman. Howard Katzen. Mesilames Robert Leibeskind. Burton Levey, Lloyd Ruskin. Marvin Sacknei. Alan Schecter, Myron Sponder. Robert Sussman, David Sommers, Robert Traurig and Gerald Wernick. Executive Committee of the Young Women's Division includes Mesdames R icha rd Brickman. president: vice presidents. William Binder, Philip Bloom. Howard Scharlin. Robert Shapiro, Benedict Silverman and Howard Trinz: Marvin Tavel, secretary: Daniel Franco, parliamentarian; Albert Wein tiauh. past president; and Robert Sussman, chairman of nominating. Women's Group Art Show Set For Surf side Second annual art show and cocktail party sponsored by the Women's Committee of the Jewish Family and Children's Service will be held Saturday. Apr. 10. from 6 to 8:30 p.m.. in the Neptune Room of the Surfside Community Center. 9301 Collins Ave. Among prizes will be a trip to Spain for two. and "Duty's Street Scene." contributed by Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky. Mrs. Kramarsky will display framed lithographs by Boyer, Dufy, Orozco, Masson and ToulouseLautrec Sadie Rosenblum will be among artists participating. Galleries having displays will intitule Galarie 99, Petite Galerie, Marble Arch Gallery, the Gallery ol Ft. Lauderdale, and Jerusalem All Center. All proceeds will benefit the Jewish Family and Children Sri vice Home. JFCS is affiliated with Greater Miami Jewish Federation and United Fund of Dade County. Parent Education Confab Slated At New Miami T Second annual Parent Education Conference sponsored by the Early Childhood Development Program ol the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami Will take place Thursday. Apr. 1. ; 8:30 p.m.. at the new "Y." 8500 SW 8th St There will be a panel discussion on the subject. "Conformity and Your Child." moderated by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. of Temple Israel. Panelists include Mrs. Ben Kazer. who will speak on "Conformity in Education;'' Stanley C. Meyers, "Conformity and the Law;'" and Dr. James T. Tedeschi, "Contormity in a Changing Society." This will be followed by a period ol questions and discussions. Mrs. Norman Sand, County ECD program chairman, is assisted by a committee including four area chairmen. Mrs. Harry Zuckerman. Mrs. Sheldon Wengel. Mrs. Roland Ager and Mrs. Robert Siegel; Mrs. Alvin Weinstein, hostess chairman; Mrs. Sheldon Wengel. publicity chairman; Mrs. Sheldon Zane and Mrs. Robert Siegel. invitation chair men; and the following room mothers: Mesdames Stanley Cannon. Rudolph Garber, Jack Miller, Kelvin Baker. Marvin Hertz, George Brooks. Ben Harrison. Earl Lipnick, Burton Garr, Marvin Nockow, Bernard Yedlin. Robert Perless. Warren Jacobs. Sydney Levine. Burton Levin, Nicolas Stern, Joseph Leifer. Saul Miller. Ernest Neuman. Robert Bloomberg. Herbert Krensky. Mesdames Seymour Plager, Simon Simkovic, Evan Olster. Lee Adelson. Ronald Shellow. Donald Greene. Louis Weschler. Samuel Gold. Richard Rowen. Edward Lustig, Moie Tendrich. Robert Siegel. Norman Rutkin, Marshall Harris, Marvin Gillman. Richard Alper and Evan Katz. The conference is the joint cooperative effort of the four ECD programs operated on a countywide basis by the "Y," which serves children from three through kindergarten age. In charge of reservations and information are Mrs. Helen Wein stock. Miami Beach "Y;" Mrs. Bev erley Yelen. North County "Y:" Mrs. Miriam Harris, the new "Y;" and Jeannette B. Schwartz. Burke Family Singers Slated The Burke Family Singers, wide ly-praised choral ensemble, will make their first South Florida appearance Friday. Apr. 2. at Miami Dade Junior College unde r the auspices of the Student Government Association. The Burke group is composed of father, mother and ten children, ranging in age from 8 to 21. Specializing in unaccompanied music in the Style of the Don Cossack chorus, the Burkes sing in eight languages and have a repertoire extending from sacred music through classics, madrigals and folk songs "Conformity and Your Child" will be the subject of a panel discussion at the second annual Parent Education Conference sponsored by the Early Childhood Development Program of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami on Thursday eveninq, Apr. 1, 8:30 p.m., at the new "Y," 8500 SW 8th St. Left to riqht are Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel; Mrs. Ben Kazer, principal, Everglades Elementary School; and Dr. Jcmes T. Tedeschi, Psychology Department, University of Miami. Also participating in the panel will be Stanley C. Myers. a"ornev an 1 past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and th YMHA. 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Page 8-A +Jewlst ncrk/iar Friday. March 26 Hate Writing Ban Progresi left to right are Dr. Archibald K. Stewart, president, InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel; Archbishop Louis Aponte Martinez, of San luan. Dr. Narot spent the week of Mar. 1 'ecturing on Judaism on behalf of the Jewish Chataugua Society in San Juan. Continued from Pao 1-A rional trade movements nd countless local service clubs, congregations and associations have played no small part in arousing the favor with which our approach to Parliament has been met." He said that present laws were not sufficient and that amendments were needed "to accomplish our purpose" He said the approach wafiat peddlers of hate should he brought under "legal quarantine ci control, even as the law of the state recognizes its duty to protect its citizens from contact with plague, disease and crime. Hate is all of these and more. Its epidemic propensity for evil is all too well known to us Jews." In a related report, the Canadian Jewish Congress summarized efforts to cope with the problem, which it said included the task ot disabusing public opinion of the idea that "the law upholds some kind of inalienable right to convey UN Hears Israel-Arab Complaints UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — t jmplaints and counter-complaints the United Nations and armed clashes on heightened this week. the bi>rder Israel Arab marked tensions I COME IN AND SEE RARE COINS OF THE WORLD NOW ON EXHIBITION! Interesting! Historical! Coins from every country, in a spectacular collection! 9 30 to 2 P.M. Daily. JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON Israel complained to the Security Council that for two weeks Syrian armed forces had "wantonly and repeatedly" attacked Israeli civilian activities in Israel territory. Ambassador Michael Comiy, Israel's permanent representative, made the charge in a letter to the Council. He said that the Syrian attacks had created "a tense and dangerous situation" near Almagor, a border area including Korazim, target of much of the recent shooting. In one of the attacks, an Israel: was killed and four were wounded. The attacks were aimed at tractors working land which Syria said was Syrian and I>rael said was Israel. Comay said that the Syrian chief of stalf had promised the UN Truce Supervisory head. Gen. Odd Bull that the attackwould cease. attacks. In the crossfire. Israel said, tractors, bulldozers and other heavy equipment assembled by Syria for the water diversion project were hit. Damascus said one tractor driver was killed. Jordan filed two complaints against Israel, charging Israeli "dangers" to the peace and security of the area. The letters charged Israel with "aggression" in the Latrun na and of endangering peace with a military parade in Jerusalem on May 4, Israel's Independence Day. The Latrun charge, which included no specifics, involved Israel's cultivation of farm lands in the Latrun demilitarized zone near Jerusalem which both countries have been plowing for years without objection. Jordan said it had been assured by the UN thai Israel would hold its main parade in Tel Aviv, not Jerusalem, but complained anyway that Israel planned to hold a "symbolic" military parade in Jerusalem that day. patent lies, incitement to violence and the advocacy of forceable suppression of the rights of others." The CJC said that the legisla tion it sought would give individuals "a completely free choice of expressing themselves" but with notification to them of "the legal risks they run if their use of freedom of expression goes too far in the circumstances." Among advances cited by the CJC was the suspension of mail privileges of the National States Rights Party of Birmingham, Alabama, and the sustaining of the ban by a Board of Review in Ottawa. Two private bills before the Canadian Parliament on the problem, introduced by David Orlikow of Winnipeg, and Milton Klein of Montreal, r before the Parliamentary Committee on External Affairs. The committee has heard several witnesses. In its decision to ban the hate mailings by the National States Rights Party of Birmingham, the Board of Review had called that organization's materials "indecent." "obscene" and "immoral." The three-man board, headed by Justice Dalton Wells, of the Ontario Supreme Court, compared some ol the publications sent out here by the Alabama racists as comparable to the "obscene" anti-Semitic publications of the German Nazis un der Hitler. A committee of specialists in Beth David NATIONAL BANK :;V V ; Ol' V I \Ml BEACH • • • 30' 1st bmtET II Boftrey Roid i: P'itr Dn*) As he was submitting the letter. r> new affray was reported, this one involving Syrian machinery for a pioject to divert the Banias River, Pr-USY Meet a Jordan River tributary. The Damascus Radio said that Israel had deliberately invaded the area with tanks and shot up equipment work ing on the project Israel retorted that, as in prior cases, it was the Syrians who had opened fire The attacks in the Dan area involved Syrian rccoiles? guns and Israel had to use tank guns to silence the E !" SIJ Seacoast Towers """ ** "deserves another! Elegance. Luxury. Impeccable good taete. Every feature and convenience for gracious oceanfront Irving... at turpriaingly moderate rentals. Beautiful sequel to Seacoaat Towers North, most popular Miami Beach rental apartment building of th* decade. Designed from foundation to penthouse to offer a very warm and wonderful way of life. 1 BedreeM. Itt Baths free* $220 • 1 ledreeM. 2 Baths, (4iamg room or den convertible to second bedreeMi from $240 • De MI* C*rr 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, from $340 • Penth.use Suites mail able • 6.1. Appliances • Privet* terraces, central air conditioning heating included in rent. Guaranteed Occupancy: OcUber, If65 For good living's sake, see Miami Beach's most beautiful decorator models open daily 10 to 6 in the Exhibition Hail at Seacoast Towers South •101 0SB>*S Avenue... en the ecsaa Miami Beach • "hone SS5-74S1 law and social -ciences k, set up under the eh.,ir.nanshfc1 Prof. Maxwell Cohen ,|^„ ?/ McGill University Law School the task ot working om anel>i bill to deal with the problem committee is responsible toll ter of Justice Guy Kavreau CJC meanwhile has hoen representationt., provinjhjh torneys general on >'nforcemtJ existing laws. an. !-., s pre ^ evidence to Attorney Ge hart on 16 personkn W r"„"] distributing neo-Nazi material) JFCS Executive In Charleston Leon D. Fisher, executive] rector of Jewi>h Family and ( (iren's Service, was scheduled 1 serve as chairman of a Service Association o[ ._ Executives Workshop this Charleston. S.C. Fisher is leading a disci Friday on interpretations Economic Opportunity Act relates to family service age Delegates to the Southea • Region Workshop of FSAA also scheduled to report on t study and cost analysis, experia in their agencies. Mrs. Dorothy Cason. ue director of Family Service! was on the agenda for an regarding per-onnel problen social agencies and girls of 11 and 12. will have a membership meeting in the social hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. Temporary officers of the group are Henry Rosenkranz. acting pres ider.t. and Denise Lipson. acting secretary. Cantor William W. Lipson is youth director. opportunity does knock twice! When opportunity first knocked with the announcement Treasure House North near completion, the response was overwhelming! Practically overnight, all the apartments were rented and we had to turn many of you away. 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Friday, March 26. 1965 Jenlsti fieriJian Undersecretary of Labor to Take irt in Histadrut Third Seder Affair Louncenu-nl that John F-HenL United states Under Secre Kof Labor since 1962 and a freL, visitor to the State of Iswhere he participated in lar .sturiv groups, will be guest laker at the Third Seder celebraI of the Israel Ilistradiit Com|tee was made Wednesday by L Keinstein. president of the later Miami Histadrut. |he Third Seder, eommemorat[ the l
rael — Kupat Holim is cop>riiii: Hie event, which will j to furnish and equip the Greatfjliami Rehabilitation Medical Iter in Heersheba. Israel. "In Mr. Henning's two recent Lits to the State of Israel, he (died important Histadrut proims and conferred with top vernmental leaders about Is(I's growing labor movement," %  instein said. Sot only will he tell us first aboul Israel's greatly growing br force, hut also of its contri|ini to the newly independent ens ol the world through goMand vocational assistance,' nstoin noted kirinu his visit to Israel. Mr Hennint; also saw a number of the medical clinics and hospitals sponsored by Israel IliMadrut and Kupat Holim which serve over 75 percent of the population of the youny democracy. At the Third Seder, hewill report on the humanitarian work of Israel's foremost medical program, which brings life-saving care and treatment to all parts of Israel the Mg cities, the small towns, the deserts and the kibbutzim. He will also graphically detail the rehabilitation and physiotherapy services' ft TTe"provided to the icsidents of Beersheha through the successful completion and equipping of the (Jreatcr Miami Medical Center there in the Negev. Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Third Seder Celebration Committee, announced that the evening will honor Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rlfkin for whom the Harriet and Jacob Rlfkin Physiotherapy Department has already been established at the Greater Miami Rehabilitation Medical Center in Beersheba. "It is fining that our Third Seder commemoraling Israel's 17tn a nnive rsary honor Mr. and Mrs. liifkin's life-long devotion to the growth of the Jewish homeland." Popick stated. Passover dietary laws will be strictly observed at the Third Seder. Mosbe Herman is executive director of both the Israel Histadrut Committee and the Greater Miami Council lor Medical Sen ices in Israel. Paqe 11-3 Bnai Zion Shows Motion Picture First showing in Miami Beach of a motion picture on Israel entitled "Bur Mitzvah Children's Journey to Israel" was to be presented at the next m.ctinu f Greater Miami Region of Bnai Zion. Scheduled for 8 p.m., Thursday, at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave., the evening was also to feature an address by Attorn-y Hynian J. FliegeL, former national presidenl of Bnai Zion and member of the Board ol Overseers ol the Jewish Theological Seminai Samuel A. Reiser is president • ; the organization. Dr. David Lei 11 serves as vice president. Mnu£a>'l I S**n&*X' SURF Open \,Wim* SUHF M> MIAH-Ul M* SUKF I 1 NOMINATED 7 ACADEMY AWARDS %  ist nciwm, isi co, HIT HKCIO". MSI UMtKTUr, ANTHONY QUINN ZORBATHF. GREEK' IOHN [. NfNNfNG SAM ftlNSTtlN Seminar at Food Brokers Prof. Joseph B. Gregg, head of the Food Service Development program at Miami Dade Junior Colege, will conduct bi-weekly scm inars under the sponsorship of F.rwin li Stern, Associates, 3346 NW 84th St., food brokers, at the firm's offices The seminars will he held for all executives and purchasing agents of both retail and insti lutional organizations in Southeast i•; %  rida The firm will hold an open House next Friday. Apr L'. from 1 to ti p.m., to introduce Prof. Gregg. Lebediker Branch Party Saturday Lebediker Branch of Farband will hold a Purim champagne cocktail and dinner on Saturday 6 p.m.. at the DiLido Hotel. Committee in charge has announced that guest artists participating will include Fannie and Michl Gibson. Mordecai Yardeini Eddy .Michaels. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Ben Yomen and Louis Danlo. Music will be by Irving Pietrack and his orchestra. Committee members include Solomon Parness, Oscar Shapiro. Eli Malm, Sam Tetenbaum, Jacob Fraydman, Dorothy Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. .1. Berk! Mr. and .MiHen Talmadge, Mrs Tania Shapiro. .Mrs. Kay Malin. Mrs. Rachel Par ness, Mr. and Mrs. Leon April. Mr. and .Mrs. Jerome Ve.-:ier. and Mr. and .Mrs. Meyer Goldstein. According to Joseph P. Zuckcrman, president, in charge of the affair are Solomon Parness. financial secretary, and Oscar Shapiro, vice president. MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY SINGERS Proudly Present w SONG of the GOLDEN PEACOCK" A Musical Fantasy SOMPT: L. LASAVIN MUSIC: BEN YOMEN Including "My Glorious Brothers" (The Heroic Fight of the Maccabees) From the Novel by HOWARD FAST Music: SONNY VALE KAY SESTOK, Pianist )U,S D ANTO, Tenor JOY DAVIDSON, Moiio-Soprano WIEL GREEN, Baritone PAULINE NORCROSS, Soprano forrofors. ADA GORDON, DR. MORTON ROSHMLUTH Conductor: BEN YOMEN Sunday, March 28th, 8:15 p.m. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM l7t h Si. & Washington Ave. Ph. JE 1-0477 Dore Schary Is Honor Guest Of Brandess Univ. Dore Schary w ill he guest of honor at the Greater Miami Brandeis Univereit} Associates dinner on Tuesday, Apr. 6. at the Eden Roc Hotel. Sharing the spotlight with Schary will be Dean Clarence Q. Berger, dean of operations and planning at Brandeis. The dinner will commemorate the second Ford Foundation Challenge Grant of S6 million. Schary is a world-renowned playwright, author and motion picture producer, lie is a trustee of Brandeis University and national chair man of the Anti-Defamation League of Bnai lirith. /Moses Grundwerg Fleeted Moses Grundwerg, Miami attorney, has been elected vice president for Florida of the Southeast Kegion of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Crundwerk was named to the post at a recent convention in Savannah. Ga.. of the regional unit of the UOJCA, the national organization serving 3.100 Jewish congregations throughout the United States and Canada. Wednesday, March 31,8 p.m. %  %  TOBIN AUDITORIUM OF TEMPLE BETH EL 1351 South 14th Ave., Hollywood, Fla. LFON SCHAOHT^R'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VATUKVIIXE ON STAGE IN PERSON FEATURING JOHNNY YUN International Snginp Sensation Direct from Korea PAUL VERNON JERRY NEWBY Famous Novelty Singing and Dancing St.ir LEON SCHACHTER OITEl STEIN and Others • On Screen •MOTEL THE OPERATOR" CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE. Matinee Evening 55* 1.2a 12 WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE AND BfST ACTOR REX HARRISON 12 inYFamiaDr K rum nctwicoio** surf m MU,miwt*7* nwm mntttn sitos.1 + LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD M.AMI BEACH JI 2-1702 PRICE SCALE EVENING PERFORMANCES MATINEE PERFORMANCES (including tax.sl Monday thru Pri.. Sat., Sun. All Matme %  > Thursday 8, Hoi. ORCHESTRA $2.75 S3 50 $2.50 LOGE 300 3.75 2 50 PERFORMANCES AT 2 P.M. MATINEES • 830 PM EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPEN 10:30 to 9.30 3 1A5T SOME OOOO SEATS STILL AVAILABLEI DAYS GISELLE MACKENZIE m "GYPSY" OPENING TUESDAY RESERVE NOW! 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Page 14B +Jewisti IkrMat) At a recent meeting in the Forte Towers Apartments, 1100 W. Ave., a Board of Directors was elected. Installation was at a dinner dance in he Algiers Hotel. Left to right (seated> are David Taylor, Dr. Stallman, Joseph Goodman, Cardiac Hospital Chapter Cites Richard Berenson Miami Beach Chapter ol the Na %  mil Children's cardiac Hospital as to hold its annual pledge incheon at the Starlight Root of %  e Dora] Beach Hotel on Thursay noon. Richard I. Berenson. trustee of e hospital, was to receive the chapter's Humanitarian Award lor o\er 20 years of dedicated service to the National Children's Cardiac Hospital." Also to be honored at the Mar. 23 function were all life members. Bob Novak and nis continentals were to entertain, along with Carol Tarran, the ••international song: ad." President of the Miami Beach Chapter is Jean Raab. 951 Bay Dr., Normandy Isle. Chairman of ihe function is Henrietta Fine. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Nat Colin. 1321 15th St. Joseph Mandres, Dave Edmonds, Sam Rosenberg, Samuel Skoll. Standing (left to right) are Murray Freeman, Moe Fisher. Joseph Moore, Irving Kerkur, Charles Weinstock, Max Zuckeiman. Joseph Goodman To Head Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge K/CHAHD BMfNSON David Brinkley Due at Beth Am To End Series tempta Beth Am Forum will present the third and final speaker in its series on Sunday evening. Apr. 4 (iuest speaker will be David Brinkley. of NBC Nem !!<• will be irlroduced by Sidney Ansin. presioent of WCKT-TV, Ch. 7. Tickets are available at the Tern, pie Beth Am office, 5980 No. Kendal Dr. Coral Chapter Slates Luncheon Mrs. George Edelson. of Spivak. Col., director ot the American Medical Center in Denver, will speak to the Coral Chapter of American Medical Center at its luncheon meeting on Wednesday, ll;30 a.m.. at Hurricane Harbor Restaurant on Biscayne Boulevard. The luncheon is being given by Mrs. Murra) Harrison, chairman ot tl'.e project. The Coral Chapter has endowed ? chemistry laboratory at the Center in Denver in memory ol Dr. Philip Hillkowitz, founder and builder of the JYwi~h Consumptives Relief Society in iti4 and president ol the organization for 40 years. The center is non-sectarian, and there is no charge for patients In the pa>t year, more than GO residents of South Florida have been treated there. 0t C\S\0HS\ V You're right either way with H0R0WITZ-MARGARETEN They're both delicious... jar or can... Horowitz-i Margareten Gefilte Fish...always tops-in-taste quality. REGULAR...and DeLuxe PIKE-andS WHITE FISH. AH varieties KOSHER FOR PASSOVER. MSTMM/TfD BY: Mortimer May To be Speaker Mortimer May. past national president of the Zionist Organization ol America, and honorary life president of the ZOA Southeast Ion, will be guest speaker at BX( weekly meeting of the cheon Club sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist District, BC :ording to Jacob c. Fisbman, chairman. The luncheon will take place on dnesday, 12:15 p.m.. at the Rita Plaza Hotel. Ma) will discuss "Let's Build a Worthy Synagogue in Israel May has been in consultation with Sir Isaac Wolfson, of London. England, and several other world Zionist leaders concerning the importance of constructing an outMan Mug sjmagegue In i s r a el "which will serve as an inspiration not only to the religions life ot the Jews in Israel but tO world .lewrj Gil Rappaport, executive direc tor of the Southeast Region of the ZOA for the past 12 years, win" be honored at the luncheon. Julius .1. Rosenstein, a \uc pres idem ol the Miami Beach Zionist District, will serve as toastmaster, and Sidney Raymond, a member ot the National Executive Council of the ZOA, will oiler special greet ings to Rappaport. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review the news. Joseph l. Goodman, vice president of Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, has been elected president ut the Miami Beach Lodge oi B'nai B'rith. He moves up from the post.of vice president and president elect. Goodman will succeed Gerald Schwartz, president of the Gerald Schwartz Public Relations Agency, at a dinner at the DiLido Hotel on May 2. Edward II. Levin, attorney. who served as vice president in EleCT JOV UermGr the Schwartz administration, will be installed as president-elect. Jack August. Milton Kahn and Samuel Pascoe will serve as vice presidents under Goodman. Malcolm Fromberg was elected record ing secretary, and Samuel Weiner was voted in as financial secretary. Ha/pert Designs Plaques Trophy maker Buddy Halhas designed plaques tor pr J* tion to Charles Lacunae an T? art Newman, pas: iu. M,| ontsrt Public Relations Society of lll ica. South Florida Chapter distinguished leadership and, standing communitj service' Carriage Clobbers in Tow Carriage Clubbers, w ho u their headquarters at .\iu, Springs Villas, are planning a week tour of the Orient 1M, Miami Apr. 27 and returnus] 17. Tour director At Bruns %  the group will stop overnight! Los Angeles and then fly to! lulu. Tokyo. Taipei and Ilongi_ returning to San FrancisaJ tour is open to business and i sional men from the south! area. — ST. RENOWNED CANTOR A V.MIAMI | yearly position, will ,i-,fDt$2i| ilso accept High •ran pension. Great ttnor. f class choir Bar M* teacher. M i-i. p,^ health, fine pei sonj'it,. mimg ( no children. Write C M P0 2973. Miami. FI-, Beach Elks Other officers include Louis Goldman, corresponding secretary; Irving Schatzmen, treasurer; Gerald Schwartx, monitor; Leo Rutstein, assistant monitor; Ben Levine, guardian; Abraham Swartz, assistant guardian; Irving Schenker, warden; and Ben Moskowitz, assistant warden. Trustees elected include William Agranove, William Bornstein, Jack Fink. George Kronengold, Gershon S. Miller, .lack S. Popick, Irving Beh a t z m a n, Paul Seiderman, George Talianoff, Michael Sossin. Leo i;m-• % %  in and Samuel Weiner. W i ekly luncheon meetings ot the Miami Beach Lodge are held Tuesday noons at the DiLido Hotel un der the chairmanship ot Miller, assisted by Schatzman. Former Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka Will address Tuesday's luncheon at the DiLido. Jay Dermer. Miami Beach attorney, and vice president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, was unanimously elected exalted ruler ol the Miami Beach Elks Lodge. Dermer is a member of the Inter national Academy of Law and Science and Fellow of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers. Dermer lives with his wife, Yaffa. and son at 2325 Flamingo PI. Other officers unanimously elected were Eugene J. Weiss, leading knight: Zev W. Kogan. loyal knight; James D. Levenson. secretary; Irving Weinstein, treasurer; Lee Goudiss, tiler; and Vincent J. Toscano. five-year trustee. FIELD REPRESENTATIVi (Male ISRAELI FUND-RAISING ORGANIZATION HAS OPENING IN ATLANTA Must be willing to travel. h>| motion and community or;nb| tienal experience desirable. salary & excellent opportunity I advancement. Send complett i ume of education, experience i reference to P.H., P.O. Bo. Miami, Florida 33101. f*"" •••"|| DODO!"*" Other Fine C.ii k | BEN'S RENTALS Fl 34 $2 5 Per Day plus Wiieaqt i 1451 W. FIAGIER Weekend for Two Purim assembly of Beth David Religious School was followed by the Sisterhood annual Purim carnival on Sunday, Mar 14. Winner of I the bean guessing contest, Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Maxwell, was presented with a weekend tor two at the Carillon Hotel. REFINED LADY 35 Years in U.S. Speaks Hunetii Roumanian. Have nico home. Wi*4J meet refined gentleman. P. 0. Box 873, Riverside Staliot. | Miami, Fla. 33135 FOR SALE HOME in Bricked Estates. Attractive | bedroom, 2 bath home o | corner lot at S.W. 29th Rood I I 2nd Ave. Below market. Phone 635 0S| I STUART RSAITY, REAITOI RWnvetfl JAY DtBMEB Beauty Program At the Lido Spa %  AIM MISTKIKI TOKS. IXC. 373 N.E. 61st ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA For the first time in historv. a venture designed to fulfill beauty through the practice of good health will be undertaken by a S2.500.00U resort. The 27-point plan has been arranged for the average woman's pocketbook. The Lido Spa announced Wed nesday that a special "Adventure in Beauty" program will be implemented during the summer months, starting May 1. The pro-' gram has been planned and ere, ated by international experts, headed by the well-known Swedish beauty consultant. Miss Thyra Britt. who has joined the staff of Lido Spa and will be in charge of implementing the code of beau-. ty at the Spa this summer. Announcement of the program was made here by Samuel Edelstein, executive director of the' Lido Spa. Present at the special conference were Yoel Eisen, managing director; Chuck Edelstein sales director; and Miss Britt. Attendance at "Adventures in Beauty'' will be limited to enable Staff to give personal and individual attention to guests participating Both Miss Britt and I-'.dclstein expressed the conviction that "there will be considerable health benefits accrued, as well as the cosmetic gain." 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bdry. March 26. 1965 rjenisti fhrMUam PT* 1 ^f" ; Wf i w\. ni i C^\ jfi Special Report A I I In L Dl i. Joshua Heschel, M ethics and mysJewish Theological America, has been n Fosdick v isiting Professor at Union Theological Seminary for the academic year of 1965-66, according to an announcement by President John C. Bennett. In announcing Dr Heschei's apHave trial | Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I at the A # lor Inlormallam HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 oteth St. a Collins Ave>. ^ point ment Dr. Bennett said: "We are very eager to have our students and our Protestant eonstitueney exposed to Prof. Heschei's own const ruetive theological thought and to his interpretation of the deeper issues that affect the relations between Christians and Jews Prof. Heschel is an internationally-known scholar, author, and theologian. He was born in Warsaw of a long line of Hassidic scholars. He received his PhD degree from the University of Berlin in 1933, and then taught in Berlin and Warsaw. In 1939, Dr. Heschel went to London, where he established the Institute for Jewish Learning, a center for prominent Jewish scholars. He came to the United States in 1940. and for five years was associate professor of Philosophy and rabbinics at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, O. He joined the faculty of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1945. Prof. Heschel is the author of many studies on Jewish philosophy ;md mysticism published in English. German. French, Hebrew. Yiddish. Spanish and Polish. His major work in two volumes. "Man is Not Alone" and "God in Search of Man," has been acclaimed throughout the country for its profound and creative approach to religious philosophy The Fosdick Professorship brings to the Seminary each year an outstanding religious leader from overseas or the United states to share in the teaching oi Union students and to servo as a visiting lecturer in other seminaries and institutions throughout the United States Norton Tire Appointment Ronald Pallot, vice president of Norton Tire Company, has an nounced the appointment of Warner Doles III as a salesman in the company's commercial wholesale division of its Ft. Lauderdale store. ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR cSfh a miami country club setting Spaciousness is (ho keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 ^1. i n>*^lrt irw %  > % %  % % %  I Charles Miller, Executive Food Director PHON1 ON THE OCEAN AT • • Congratulations • in order? Then go no further! Our expert catering staff will arrange your party right down to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays — rve our very special handling. Parties from 25 to 500 Call Morris Waldman JE 8-5731 for an appointment. He'll be happy to discuss your plans. No obligation, of course. Waldman DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED (Q) MIAMI BEACH ,.:-K'....- %  For Vary Special Occasions... DIPLOMAT CALCUTTA ROOM (KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE) Just imagine having the entire TV^Wnet Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300.. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or \VA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THI.SE A .v..~..-.>S..':....v.'..



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Page 4-B +Jmist>florMbn Friday. March 26, 1965 News Clippings on Display H. H. Lewin. realtors, are dJ playinp, in the window 0 | th,,; offices, at 230 NE 3rd St.. a JJ book of newspaper clipping, 3 pitting the growth ol Dade iudy in a foreign university. Mrs. Leon Kronish is chairman for the President of the Hebrew University group. Mrs. Samuel Simonhofl. announced that the Apr. 2 gathering, in the home of Mrs. Maurice] Zimmerman. 2525 Pinetree Dr., v ill climax the year of activity iu support of the Jewish National ond University Library in JerusaK m. Among those attending the meeting will be many of the more than 5o Women of the Society of the Book, whose names are recorded in the Jerusalem Library because of their generous support. Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. chairman oi the Nominating Committee, will present the slate for the coming year. Co-chairman of the Apr. 2 p ogram is Mrs. Barnett Fivedinan. tional Fund Council oi Greater Ml ami "While we welcome everyone who wishes to come, we also want to make sure that our neighbors have an opportunity to enjoy themselves that evening," Ell continued. Eddie Schaffer, Television and nightclub comedian, will be master ceremonies during the entire program, Harvey Bell and his son. Jody, are preparing a special program. Rose Byium. concert star: Avrum, the Israeli musical genius; Laura and Tania. and the RCA recording star Mordecai Yardeini. complete the program. Temple lion Sisterhood Bazaar sponsored by Temple /.ion Sisterhood will start Saturdaj at 8 p.m.. and be held all day Sund&] Merchandise, game booths, ridos ami carnival refreshments are planned to appeal to the entire family. Norton Tire Anniversary Norton Tire Company is celebrating il> tlst anniversary of continued operation in the South Florida area, it was announced by Norton Pallot. president. The company maintains 11 branches, from Key West to West Palm Beach, and is (he country's largest B. F Goodrich Tire dealers Seder Cooking By Continental "Enjoy your Seder, and let us do the cooking," is the coming holiday motto for Continental Caterers ol Miami. 8393 Bird Rd. Continental Caterers is offering a Choice of traditional takeout full course Passover Setter menus, or from a long list Ol prepared and expertlv-cooked, ready to-eat Pass. over foods. All loods are strictly kosher for Passover, and orders must be placed no later than Friday. Apr. 9 Orders are to be picked up Friday. Apr. 16 between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. — S.T. It's Busting The SPORTS CAR Market Wide Open! Emanue-EI Sets Book Review Third Book Review oi the 1004 65 season sponsored jointlj by mple Emanu-EI Sisterh lod and l A is sei for Wednesday at the North Branch Building. 77th St. Dickens Ave starting with brunch at 10 a.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman will review .Markings'" by Dag Hammerskjold. non-fiction be.-t seller. I'ther books reviewed by Dr. Lehrman in the series, part of the Adult Education Program of the Temple, were "Henog," by Saul Bellow, and 'The Man." by Irving Wallace Working on the committee with Mrs. Philip Thau and Mrs. Howard Crumer. co-chairmen, are Mrs. Harry Brick. Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs. Henry Gewitz, Misses Esther and Lillian Goodman. Mrs Norman Gorson, Mrs. Ira Hader, Mrs. Ann Hager, Mrs. Louis Hauser, Mrs. Sol Irving. Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. Mrs. Herman Laks. Mrs. Albert Laufer, Mrs. Isidore Lorber. Mrs. Harry Protzel, Mrs. Theodore Struhl and Mrs. Sam Wiesen. Reservations for brunch and the book review may be made at the Temple office THE MARLIN NOW SHOWING AT VENETIAN RAM LER JOE NEVEL — SOL FRANKEL 545 N.E. 15th Street (MIAMI END VENETIAN CAUSEWAY) OPEN SUNDAY & DAILY 'TILL 9 P.M. OTI about gathered for you Miriam Field i CM we forget... Jusi 22 years ago. on the eve of fa Passover, a handful of virtuaO) unarmed men and uotnen I themselves against their must lackers and brief l\ held the murderous hordes at baj mat uavihc Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto, ; death-defying commemoration a' the I BStival of Freedom, "This nocturnal festival," wnu Hi inc. "i> melant hoi mm character,grovel} pli"tillami la ions u\ a fall initial singsong chain m ninth tv Haggadah h read the house soumli Intense, to tenderly at ihe same rime > %  > wiil-summot Ing, thai even those H hi h %  forsaken the faith < and pursued foreign, are moved 10 ihi .. being when the old '< happen to tlrike their ears." 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Page 4-A ••Jmislifkrkttar Friday, March 26, 1965 "ejewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher IEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish HorMi in iloes not euari>nt.-e itw Kj-hnih of the mrf-handi** advertised in Its columns Published every Friday since W< hy The Jewish FJortdlM at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Fl"<1Second-CIasa Postage Paid at Miami. FlorUla Englith-Jewish Newspapeia. and the Florida Press Ann SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..-_ On* Year $5 00 Three Yean 11200 Out of Town Upon Request Friday, March 26, 1965 22 Adar 5725 Volume 38 Number 13 Million Dollar Meet For Human Welfare The 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal will hold a Million Dollar Breakicst this Sunday morninq at the Fonir-inebleau Hotel. To help the Greate. Miami Jewish community brinq its annual humanitarian drive over the magic million mark, Pierre Sal.. qer w;ll be guest of honor at the event. Mr. Salinger should certainly a'iract a large contingent to the Suncay breakfast. His distinguished relationship both with Presidents Jchnson and Kennedy is an almost :tless source of in'eresting marial for Mr. Salinger's scheduled address. But those present at the Million Dollar cffair will be there for more i.".an this. They will be gathering ct the breakfast to assist CJA in the achievement of a significant figure tcward the 1965 goal of SI.435,080. The Combined Jewish Appeal helps our community's Federationc'filiated humanitarian and welfare cgencies in their continuing endeavor on our behalf through a variety of important health, education and other philanthropic programs. CJA also renders assistance to many national organizations, as well as those abroad dedicated to similar causes. Particularly, funds from the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal will help the State of Israel in its ongoing immigration programs at a time when the Jewish republic continues to reaffirm its responsibility in this regard, while having at the same time to spend increasing amounts tor defense. For these reasons mainly. Greater Miamians will be attending the Combined Jewish Appeal Million Dollar Breakfast on Sunday. And they will have the added treat of hearing Mr. Salinger as he offers his inside view of life in the White House. Miami Beach Anniversary The City of Miami Beach will this weekend launch its 50*h anniversary celebration. Several functions have already been held in a pre-festive manner to mark the noteworthy occasion. Miami Beach, a jewel between Biscayne Bay and *he green Atlantic Ocean, is worldrenowned as a winter resort. But over the years, the city has increasingly acguired a sense of stability through its growing permanent population and institutions, of which the communi'y at large may well be proud. Particularly, the Jewish community takes pride in the development of the City of Miami Beach on the occasion of its 50th anniversary, for individual Jewish leaders in political, economic and civic affairs, as well as a stunning array of Jewish organizations, both religious and secular, have had a key role in the developmen* and growth of the city. We join Miami Beach on the occasion of its joyous 50th anniversary celebration in offering many happy returns. many, might have meant merely a temporary break with the Arabs, which could possibly be mended in the not too distant future.on the other hand, it did not have to mean immediate recognition ot Israel. Neither can this view be entirely ascribed to anti-Semitism or to a latent if not redeveloping Nazism in the country at large. Those who share it simply feel that the two events, coming simultaneously as they did. now hopelessly cut West Germany off from the presumably ultimate power structure in the Middle East: the Arab peoples and Gamal Abdel Nasser. All the negative feeling is not confined to West Germany, alone. There are those in Israel for whom anything German, indeed all things German, must be anathema under any circumstances. Whatever the enemies of the new status may feel, a profound change has taken place as a conseguence of the cooler heads of Chancellor Erhard and Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. At least symbolically, the two peoples are trying to move forward from a past that still remains too horrible to contemplate. Despite the long-hanging German decision, it seems almost fitting that during the year of the expiration of the Reparations Agreement, more than a decade after its promulgation, a new relationship be'ween Israel and West Germany is taking place: diplomatic recognition on an equal footing between sovereign nations, one infinitely more healthy than the Reparations Agreement, itself, where a people makinq amends paid its debt annually to the remnants oi a people reborn. A Profound Phenomenon Ludwig Erhard's offer to extend diplomatic recognition to the State of Israel and Israel's acceptance are a profound phenomenon in our time. The exchange goes far beyond the immediate political implications of the West German invitation. Certainly, not all Germans are happy about Chancellor Erhard's decision. Even in the face of the events in Egypt that motivated it, many of the Chancellor's countrymen have already expressed their sharp dissatisfaction. In their view, President Nasser's red carpet treatment of Walter Ulbricht, of East GerTribute to Sidney Meyer Florida Region of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith will be honoring Sidney Meyer, former chairman of the region, at a testimonial at Westview Country Club next Wednesday. A Miami pioneer, Mr. Meyer has seen the phenomenal growth of our community since his arrival here in 1925. His many civic affiliations, past and present, indicate the concern he has shown to contribute to his community's progress. The ADL tribute to him next Wednesday evening will symbolize the League's desire to express i's gratitude. Coming here as guest speaker for the occasion is Arnold Forster, internationally-renowned general counsel of the ADL. At a time when civil rights constitute the leadinq domestic issue in the no-ion. Mr. Forster's address should prove particularly enliqhteninq. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Colo, m "THE CHR.ST.AN Anti ^ munist Crusade of Billy James Harris has „ up With a study, ntitlrt-551 munism. Hypnotism >nd ^J Bcat.es." which ,me ^\ he serious, but hose tin the balance in lavnr of hi.I The autho, is R, V Da h J Noebel. associate ,„ j, BH the organization, S L Universty in Manitou &£*' olo. The substance of the work is designed to show how th r l lunists hope to take over the United States by what it call, • cide." an inverted mental health program. The proci•-. ,, i "** as beginning with children, and Noebel sites a variet) "* "cnwU in psychology, hypnotism and music to support his thesis Among them, the author refers to A. R. Luria and h:s book nJ Nature of Human Conflict." a work he apparently did not hi Ul read but found as a secondary source in "Brainwashing.' to Ed I Hunter, whom Noebel characterizes as "one of America'^'outsuil ing authorities in the field of brainwashing." I do not know whrtk or not Hunter is. Neither tun readers of "Communism Hypnotic and the Beatles" be certain what, in fact. Luria is supposed to Si written; for Noebel merely paraphrases and presents his own j„| enccs without direct quotation, a technique hardh as 'cholarlv he would like us to regard his booklet. In any case, the Communist method purportodh aims at nem.| jamming" children so that they "can be retarded mentallj and nal animalized." In Nortel's view, tins is •ccomplished b> puttinj cHI dren under severe nervous tension, creating artificial degrettfl neurosis, interfering with the normal maturation system of the cortical portion of the brain, destl ,, 0T ^I inhibitory mechanism of the cerebral cortex, and hypnotii induct. !" ,I THAT JIWISH SCItNCt STILL WITH US ALL OF THIS sounds extremely professional: althi ** can not vouch either for the biology or psychi Noebcfil inferences, and they certainly do seem more suspicion, than accunal It is well to remember here that psychiati\ a;. medical has long been called a "Jewish science" by the nation • II appoint* 1 super-patriots. For them, psychiatry is a manipulativi I to destroy the hunters of Communism, their own exi i dotnaaj In this sense, their hostility toward mental health programs an|| ganizations acquires richer meaning, much in the sa that thttl rejection of fluoridation does, which also supposedl> [ rank and file of America's citizenry through chemica I poisoning their minds. Myron Fagan. the West toast anti-Semite, about decade as| published a tract Ultimate!) distributed b\ the Georgia state Deparvl ment of Education, which proposed the following wild theorj tkl existence of a mental institution for the insane in the macce>sibk,| snow-bound center of Alaska, staffed by Jewish psychiatristi whoal patients were far from insane — who. in fact, had been committal by other Jewish psychiatrists practicing in mainland ISA as trill as by Jewish or Jewish-controlled politicians, in order lo gag cwl ageous patriots. Clearly, the patriots were those exclusive, mil intentioned hunters of Communism who needed silencing becai| fluoridation had failed. We have come a long way since those days and such theoriM -I perhaps because Alaska subsequently became our 49tli state. .r:| now seems less snow-bound and inaccessible. Rev. Noebel nsaji theless sticks to the vocabulary of the allegedly Jewish science si a means of rendering "American youth useless through mini Jaw ming. mental deterioration and retardation. The plan." he ajll "involves conditioned reflexes, hypnotism and certain kuids of mux I Little wonder the Kremlin maintains it will not raise the Bd| flag over America — the Americans will raise it themselves" SOmt SALIVATING OVfff PAVLOV UUITH REGARD TO music. Rev. Noebel declares: That cert* I kinds of music are very' destructive is not new I'ythagorsl established that music was an exact science which exercised a Bl found effect on the senses and emotions. Plato understood the *l •tractive qualities of certain kinds of music." To these sources, he adds Aristotle and a more modern exponestl Emil Neuman. Garnished into the mixture, like chicken lal si chopped liver. Noebel races to Pavlov and his conditioned reflex fll I>eriments on dogs. Here, we are not supposed to respond to tai I'avlovian stimulus in the same sense that his dogs did. hut 10 >al.iatf I over the scientist's name, itself: for Pavlov was a Russian and.*! cording to Noebel. a personal houseguest of Nikolai Lenin Declaral Noebel: "Remaining in Lenin's home lor three monthPavkw P*l ned a 400 page manuscript for the Communist dictator n .aiding 1*1 findings. I'pon reading the manuscript, Lenin exclaimi to Pavll You have saved the Revolution'. These observations are. in Noebal's view, believable evidence*! his thesis in terms of music and psychology general!} ith thi'Cl ditional reflex little more than a Communist weapon ot su I Tinning to hypnotism, he cites Dr. William J. Bryan Jr.. 'I*M calls "America's leading authority in the field." Here, he combujl music and hypnotism, a link he forged at the outset : his hookKlf Nov. up on lus chopping block is a "Communist recording compHM the Children's Record Guild Co" and a disc entitli I Puppet THt BCATLIS AND SHAGGY PSYCHIATRISTS ACCORDING TO NOEBEL. Dr. Bryan says of The Little PuPP* m ". the thing that strikes me immediately is thai the tempti the same as the pulse rate ... 1 would be happy to take ten fn *""l plaj that record for them, and show you that you can inow| everyone oi mem into a state of hypnosis. w | I hardly see the relationship here, but perhaps ihioi niation I already taken its toll. In any case, to make it all very m '^ r "!j| Noebel lists the following as "recommending the Children"! Becol ook of the Month Club. San Francisco Chronicle Nc < I and art | Guild: Boc. Times. Music Teachers' Quarterly, Good Housekeeping Magazine — presumably. Communist outfits all. And. finally, what about the Beatles" The American > outn -,1 Noebel, is being groomed for "his own demoralization to creai i him mental illness through artificial neurosis, and to prepare nim riot." j.1 Explains Noebel: "In the grip of Beatle fever. <' are '"''''^J weep, wail and experience ecstacy-ridden hysteria Iha '• ipf be seen to be believed ... we are told teen-agers 'bite the ^J until they bleed and they even get over-excited and lake Continued on Pag* 13-A



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Page 2-A Jewisttkrkljar Arnold Forster to Keynote ADL Dinner In Honor of Sidney Meyer on Wednesday Arnold Forster will be keynote nesday evening at Westview Counspeaker at a testimonial dinner > try Club. honoring Sidney Meyer next WedAKMOID fOKTl* Spinoza Lecture Series A course of nine lectures on the "Life and Philosophy of Spinoza" will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education, meeting every Thursday from 10 to 12 noon in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. First lecture will be given Apr. 1. The function is being tendered by the Florida Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith. The black-tie function will begin with cocktails at 1 7 p.m., followed-toy dinner at 7:J0. Merer it being henor.d "for his outstanding contribution toward the aims and ideals of the Anti-Defamation League in its fight against bigotry, prejudice and toward the realiiafion of equal opportunity for all." A lormer clj^irrnan of the. Florida ADL Regional Board. Meyer has been active locally as a member of the Board of Trustees arid past vice president of Variety Children's Hospital. membe r of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, past member of the Board of Trustees of Jackson Memorial Hospital, member of the Citizens Advisory Board of the University of Miami, member of the U of M Eaton Foundation, member of the Miami Rotary Club. He is a past president and present chairman of the board of Westview Country Club, past president of Bayshore Property Owners Association, member of the Miami Club. Standard Club of Miami and Standard Club of Chicago. He presently serves as chairman of the board of MGS Investments and was a founder with Mitchell Wolfson of Wometco Enterprises. SIDNEY MtYM Forster, who is scheduled to deliver the principal address at the Wednesday function, is general counsel and civil rights director i of the Anti-Defamation League, j He is co-author of "Danger on the right," "The Trouble Maj ker," "Cross Currents," and "Some of My Best Friends." An attorney. Forster organized a group of lawyers to serve as the volunteer legal arm of the ADL in HERB RAU (columnist) DRINKS MILK. (2 glasses a day) HOW ABOUT YOU? rrSTCo GOOD TO BE ctusr FOR,THE KOUNO yeg&Se eWiCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Stylet for Men and Women FREE PARK.NG SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 80749 Oculists' Prescriptions Filled CONTACT LENSES Af*C EMPLOYMENT ****** SERVICE Fit <)-:i<;07 DAT WORKERS 56 FARE HIGH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HPLF DISTRIBUTED BY: PALM IMSI IUIM lOlts IXC. 373 N.E. 61st ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1938 in order to combat American hatemonRers ffnaweed by the Hitler hoardo abroad. Two jrears later, he established the League's first law oVpartment arid, in Janu. ary. 1946. he was appointed to his present national position. As general counsel of the League, he leads a siaff of legal associates in the preparation of briefs involving fundamental issues of civil rights. Included among these were .friend-of-the-eotirt briefs submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States in the public school segregation case. In 1H1, in a brief amicus fifed with the U.S. Court of Appeals, he urged the District Court to desegregate a school in hit own community of New Rochelle. He was two years later appointed to the New Rochelle Board of EdueTCon*." In 1961. Forster served as the Anti-Defamation League observer at the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem. He has appeared frequently on radio and television. Friday March 25, | -Beadh Forum Slates Lecture! 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Friday. March 26. 1965 -.finis* nrridffar Page 5-3 Cottage cheese is one of our food Ljn'J", When we are trying to Lc weight or keep our figures tVrfcct it is one of our stand-bys. Ivhen vt make some invegetable with creamy Cottage cheese Yet "hen we want ; |„,; dairy nir.il mi a cold winter's lay, cottage cheese blends so well I,ith so manj other foods that it ,.'„ i„. used HI dishes from appetizi. t" ill SHUT cottage cheese is concen-j |i ated milk food, it contains much valuable nutrition of the ed milk from which it is \!thui! Ji •> ii m e cream is mixed with the curd before it is marketed or consumed. I | ,,n hat %  it with no added k ream ,i> m pot cheese nr farmer When :t contains 4 percent ji more ol Int. it is called Creamed LOttage Cheese. Cottage cheese is line source ol protein, calcium bid phosphorous, yet it is so low, In calories ih.it even the creamed Kyle contains only about 29 to the t.ince. Our recipes for today are two toktd dishes. just right lor winter eating, which contains not only | ^ottasc cheese, hut the extra proi.r. goodness of American style Ihrcse. The 1 i i"—t is a noodle bake sembling a meatless lasagna, but ii isomewhat less firm and more %  •.saucy." A good main dish for lunch, supper, or a milchig dinner. it should always be served with a tossed salad lo which an Italian Style dressing has been added. In making the bake, cook the noodles until they are lender, but still Jiahlh Jinn, a .vj hey. will continue to cook while the dish is in the even. For a small family, make half the recipe and bake it in a t> x 8 x 1 inch dish. The second recipe, Cottage Cheese-Corn Pudding, i> also a fine choice lor lunch or supper. Light and delieate. it could be served by itself or .ia side dish with broiled or sauteed fish When it is served ; lone, Devilled Eggs would add rxtra heartiness A tossed salad blends well with the pudding as well as with the hake. Two-Cheese Noodle Bake 1 cups cooked, broad or medium noodles 2 cups home-made or commercial spaghetti same (parve) t teaspoon Italian seasoning 1 lb. creamed cottage cheese •'. o/s. sliced American style cheese Cook the noodles in boiling, salted water inly until tender-crisp. and drain thoroughly before measuring. Blend the spaghetti sauce with the Italian seasoning and spread one-third of it evenly over the bottom of an 8 x 1 inch baking dish. Cover evenlj with one-third of the noodles. Press the cottage cheese through a sieve. Arrange half evenly over the noodles. Cut each slice of the American style, cheese into 3 strips, and arrange: half of them over the cottage : cheese. Repeat these layers, using another one-third of the sauce, another one third of the noodles, and the remaining cheese. Top with tlie remaining noodles and spread the rest of the sauce over all. Bake at 3">0 degs. p, for 35 minutes. This amount makes i; portions Cottage Cheee-Com Pudding 1/2 cup milk 3 tablespoons all purpose Hour 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons salt 1/4 cup grated American style cheese 2 tablespoons grated onion 2 well-beaten eggs 2 cups creamed cottage cheese 2 cups cooked, well-drained whole kernel corn Gradually blend the milk into the Hour, then strain into a mixi .bowl. Press any lumps thro Igh t strainer. Add the salt, sugar, oni t, and eggs, and beat until well-Met ed. Blend in the cottage chee-* and corn — canned or cookd Ire-1 or frozen corn may he use 1 I 1 the mixture into a buttered 1-1/2 quart baking dish. Spread I grated cheese evenly over 'he si face, and bake at 32J deg P. f >r about 40 minutes, until nit • y browned. This amount serves i t< OeciYwfc AM ^Jsaocl C_^l Continued from Page 1-B jshe's leaving soon on the American Jewish Congress 30-day tour I Israel IN a first" for her. nd -his particularly delighted • tin the holidays in i saleni For Irene it's 17 years of wedEd \\ % %  b 'in .1. Win. : couple have four 8 es from 15 • William III. Grant, I ; y., r c ., v ther iMrs • Sr. found s D, Chiea when he Neil "... particiI' %  : tin NCAA fene Hatches at the D< troit Eager '"Ht lo, the thrill I as he witnessed pee on the Cornell ''•' lead the group to %  USh hell cap i next year, scholas • %  Neil is majoring in bio1 lemistn. rove A bit of news designed to embarrass all those father.-, who try to avoid PTA meetings — Jaek Birnbaum, daddy of a 10-year-old son. has been nominated for presidency ol Biscayne Elemen tary PTA, Houseguesting for several weeks with the Sam Schachnos, son-inlaw Shloimie Rothberg and youngest daughter Leah The former Juliet Schachno tending tiv Rothberg home fires in Brooklj n while ~ .n>'. r\ isin study schedules ol Esther 7. and < r.\\ :\ 5. who ,i' tend Beth Jacol School He Surprise surprise, surpris ( onrad Allain hen he lumsell the honored guest at the : | : ,i !ro p at i %  %  %  %  • Beth To< W sang "liappj Birthday" and | him u ith a b< aul iful cake %  II o! 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Page 2-B *Jewlsti rturldlari Friday. March 26 Pioneer -Women flw/oy Solomon In sYariecTE vents Pioneer Murray Solomun Post Diary, Jewish War v QoUa titir Chapter Oi Pioneer wunecs their annual in. Women held a regular meeting on offlc( rj on SaJui(iav ns m Mlimr -Mrs. Miriam Haipenn,, Minyonaires. 3737 Bird president, conducted the business | m;i l0 mmamler 1* n 0 u aW session. Mrs. Nathaniel Sorolf. culjj^mjni. Auxiliary tnral chairman, introduced Mrs. Ni| s Sy Su „ a Edith Jacobson, of the Bureau of | Jewish Education Speakers Bureau, ,lj_|| u who review the best seller. "HerITieiier CMG H zog." by Saul Bellow. pre* holding a reg ular meet a on Thursday. Apr. 1, Aviva Chapter \r Are Reelected l p.m.. in the Community Room Oi First Federal. 900 NK 125th St. Dr Sigmund Vogler. past principal Ol a New York high school, will otfer readings from ;-hcil<>ni Aleichem. At Kadimah meeting on Tuesday evening. Apr. 6. at Coral Cables Federal, Mrs. Milton Green. Council president, will show the latest Pioneer Women film strip, and Mrs. Veda C.ruber will present a pro gram of Passover music and lead a community sing. Appejtl Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation will hold a card party on Sunday, 7:30 p.m., at the Lombardy Ho'el. Committee planing the function are (left to right) Mrs. Louis Schwartz, Mrs. Hyman Kolko, chairman, Mrs. Sue Hermon (seated), Mrs. Max Gutmann and Mrs. Maurice Goldring. Not shown are Mesdames Harry Rosenberg, Murray, Rosenberg, Gerald Greenberg and Al Moskovitz. Proceeds will go toward eguipping the kitchen in the new Beth Israel Synagogue building. Tiferelh Jacob Sisterhood On Saturday, at 9 p.m.. Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth Jacob is sponsoring a "Nile Club Site"" at the Beau Rivage Hotel. Daniel Neal Heller anrji S. Harris, hau been the Young Leadership the United Jcish announced tineek bv 11 Ranter, ol Cincinnati,!) man of the Young Leadenal inet. Heller, an >' rnej i> tional cominande r of tin War Veterans and was awjrj 1963 President's Leaderd aoutstanding young Mi* the Greater Miami Comb ish Appeal. Hiholds top: tee posts in both the CJA1 Greater Miami Jewish F* Harris has been an En Committee member ol F* and on the Steering Conn the Combined Jewish Ag well as co-chairman of 11| and Professional Count.. OLD FAVOKIT: 'Luncheon and Matinee' to Spur Women's Participation in '65 Combined Appeal Continued from Page 1-B star. Miss Harand presented her version of "Milk and Honey" before the Women's Division during the 1PG3 campaign. Background music and accompaniment fo r the program will be provided by Martin Rubenstein. pianist, appearing nightly at Chicago's top night spot "Mr. Kelly's." In addition, he is well known %  for his appearances on many television shows, including the currently popular "Playboy Penthouse." His music for Steve Allen won him an "Emmy" nomination. Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1985 campaign chairman and chairman of the Million Dollar Breakfast which i will take place prior to the lunch, eon, will be the afternoon's featured speaker. Dr. Lehrman recently returned I from a trip to Israel as guest of former Prime Minister Moshe 1 Sharett. During the mission. Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman, who accom1 panied him. visited transportation sites in Europe from which men. I women, and children are brought to a new life in Israel. While on the trip they also inspected tempor. ary housing, vocational schools, and the LTpanim, where Hebrew is taught to newcomers to Israel. •Show Time '65" luncheon and matinee is another important Women's Division project. Overall Women's Division, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Inez Krensky. is well on it> way toward meeting the increased goal selected for the 1965 campaign. "Participation by every women's organization in the community can make this the luncheon of the year." Mrs. Krensky stated. "I know that when there is so much to be done through our Combined Jewish Appeal that every Jewish organization in the community will support our centra! source of fund-raising, budgeting, and community planning." Other officers of the Women's Division include Mrs. A. L. Glick1 man, Miami Beach chairman; Mrs. Sam C. Simonhoff. Miami chairman; Mrs. Frances Beckerman. j Apartment House chairman; and Mrs. Jack Katzman, Apartment House chairman. A : AMtM'^ Treat your family to a good Jewish mi Kasha makes the difference—real traditional ta'am. Hearty Kasha Soup. Or Kasha instead of potatoes or nee. How good it smells and tastes with pot roast, chicken or fish! And as easy to make as chopping an onion and beating an egg. So nutritious and economical, too. St# FREE KASHA COOKBOOK—26 recces n


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Fat* 10-A^ +-ttiUfh*i*,r Friday. Rnktft %mm& Eshkol in London for Talks Continued from Page 1-A been labeled here and in Israel as a 'private" visit, in consequence of which no set agenda had been fixed for his meetings with the British Government leaders. However, the Israeli chief of Government will have at least two formal talks with the topmost memoers of the British Government. He was to be Mr. Wilson's guest at a dinner Thursday at 10 Downing St., the Prime Minister's official residence, and will be honored at another dinner Friday at the Foreign Office. Among the matters expected by the British press to be discussed are the Arab plans for diversion of the headwaters of the Jordan, Kiver. which Mr. Eshkol has called i •Israels lifeline." and possibly an Israeli request for an Anglo-Israeli I ami deal. The very absence of al ,-et agenda for the formal talks will make it possible for both sides to; bring up whatever subjects interest them most urgently. Press speculations here In -1 vance of the Eshkol visit exp re J the opinion that a possible IsraeS 1 request for British arms may ca u ,l a quandary for Britain becjJ any increase in Britain's pre !" 'modest" scale of arms aid tok] rael would elicit immediate stnZ] reactions from Egypt. Bnuiljl Minister of Defense. Denis Healer I has reportedly been ordered A stand by to join the talks with It] Eshkol. especially after the lattefi talk with Foreign Secretary Stei art. Mount Sinai Hospital's SI.500,000 construction began Monday vith Maj. and Mrs. Albert Warner, donors of the Albert and bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care, and Mrs. Basil Heatter, donor with her mother, Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan, or the expansion of the S. Harvey Greenspan Out-Patient •avilion and new Rehabilitation Center, participating in the utvemonies. Twenty trustees were present to "cheer" both Maj. Warner and Mrs. Heatter as they assisted in driving the ;rst pile for this new construction for Mount Sinai Hospital. State Dep't. Fails To Block Boycott Study WASHINGTON — (JTA) The ,s -He Department made a bold but 1 (successful attempt this week to I event Senate action against the Arab boycott by blocking hearings 1 1 the VVilliams-Javits Bill. The anti-boycott bill's Sponsors. S n. Harrison Williams. New .lerNO OTHER HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR LIKE THIS ONE! FREE TO OUR READERS! sey Democrat, and Sen. Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican, were asked by high State Department officials to abandon plans for hearing because President Nasser of Egypt might take oftense at testimony on Arab boycott tactics. The Senators rejected the appeal. The officials were Douglas MacArthur 2nd. Assistant Secretary of i State for Congressional Relations. and Phillips Talbot. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. They called in person on the two Senators with an urgent appeal that Egypt be spared criticism by the Senate because the American position in Cairo might be weakened. The Williams Javits measure would protect American commerce 1 from the Arab boycott practices. %  It has gained the support of 31 Senators and hearings are expected to be held this spring by the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency. AU Hebrew dale*-day* of tkt wttk—tqui*aUnt Eitfiuh dale* — I9i3 to 1967—Jtwitk koU4ayi to Itft. This Calendar absolutely free to our readers. Mention name of publication when writing Send post-card or letter to: — H. J. Heinz Co.. Dept. J2. Box M. Pittsburgh. Pa. 1523*. ^ Interfaith Dinner At Beth Am Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am will hold its annual interfaith 1 dinner on Wednesday, Apr. 7. at 7 p.m., in the Social Hall. Appearing on a panel with Dr. Herbert M. Bauragard will be Rev. Neil Wyrick. of the Palmetto Presbyterian Church, and Msgr. John O'Dowd. of the Church of the Epiphany .Men's Club members of both churches will be guests. Jack Dulberg is in charge of arj rangements. Bank of Dade County Yon Payiny % 4 per annum HIGHEST BANK INTEREST RATE COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY funds deposited on the 10th earn interest from the 1st of the month on regular insured savings accounts. • NORTH DADE'S LARGEST MOST RECOMMENDED BANK Member, federal Dtpotil Insurance Corporation LOCATED IN THE 163rd STREET SHOPPING CENTER Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments free central air conditioning and heating large private terraces all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. 4 When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th Sr. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 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! 175 only I J tj 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! ON blSCAim SAY AI M.L33 d SI MIAMI. HORIUA • PH. fR 3 3103



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M;.-iy K" MRS. SOI SIIVERMAN MRS. SlbhEl SCHWARTZ •"" %  > —-* A / AIRS. BERNARD ABU eth Am Has (tudy Group Irs. Richard A I per, president. IrrhiMxl i'! Temple lieih Am, has ounced i !i .1 I a special study up (or women is being held (da; mornings from in ti) 11:30 in the Adult Education Room the Temple. |r Herbert M, Baumgard is prelinit a course in How to Make br Home Jew sh. "Course covers [practice ill rituals and holidays practical problems related to laim in the family and home. |r Uillicent Rogers, vice preai of education, ichairman of MRS. IARRY WIIDIAND MRS. LAURENCE SIIVERMAN J bv ISABEL GRCVB ik, 'Wo man s "World Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday. March 26, 1965 Section £ Women's Groups Unite for CJA Women's organizations In t h e community have banded together to spur participation in the 1965 CJA l)i\ision campaign by reserving .i large number of tables in advance for the •'Luncheon and Matinee for CJA," it was announced bj Mrs. Jean c. Lehman and Mrs. Sidnej M. Schwartz, production chairmen. The event, to which all women of the community pledging a minimum contribution of $18 to the Women's Division compaign have been invited, will take place on Tuesday noon at the Kden Hoc Hotel. The production chairmen announced that the Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary pledged ten tables, and the OKT women have pledged to cover all their board members for participation in the event. MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN Pioneer Women h a v e pledg complete coverage <>i their mei I en hip, and other leading women organizations in the communi have pledged their lull efforts to make this the largest attendan •• ever at the S18 minimum luncheo Production coordinators inclui e Mrs. Bernard Abel, who is chl man <>i decorations, and Mrs Louis n. Mrs Larry Friedland, Mi i. Milton Green, Mrs, Trudy HamerBCtllag, Mrs Florence Kuppcrm. Mrs. Laurence Silvc rmau. .Mrs Sol Silverman, Mrs. Irving Wexler and Mrs. Paul Wilson, and Mrs Sally Krone, chairman of prizes. The matinee performance highlighting "Show Time '63" will be the presentation of excerpts iron ••Funny Girl." by Miss Sulie Harand. Chicago stage and television Continued on Page 2-B going strong! BURDIN % %  re cordial and the Mc ay „i the delightful cock 11 Satur lay night hosted 1 Mrs I *on Manheimer the return to Miami ch "I Dr and Mrs. Jack Neither; who have been gone The former Marcia '"' and Dr, Greenberg are two boys and two Ml Sinai Hospital has h to snare Dr, •'• a lull-time cardiac li |Saturria> M ar M. was a day %  "'" be remembered by teenf"' "' Itael S. Vclanev ... In r morning, the son of Mr. and I. n a ,ei l: v u ""'v observed 1,1 the afternoon, he was |I '"" U ", 1 ; •' reception and lunchf ,n "eld at the Embers Tavern Among the um guests were L ''" "" ". Mr. and Mrs. Naosenblum and Benjamin ..„"'"''• the Raymond sills, of I Beach: the r.orU Eau GalUe; and it;., f \ -"iclow. v.h,, flew down P "nassw, where he it on '' star) oi the Attorney [,,,''"' ofce, to join h w f. I rlilim '? Calites Mr. and Mrs. LT'P Mamicl With .her three Jerry ].,--„ '"' 'heir three sons'. Mrs. Maude! and Mrs Leventhal are -i-t.rs ol Sheila, the celebrant's mother For the occasion, the attractive titan hare I Mrs. Vclanev chose an aqua brocade sheath with matching .jacket and accessories That even n young Michael entertained 40 ol tn> friends at a party in his home An outstanding athlete, as well aan excellent student. Michael is on the Principal's Honor Roll at Kennedy Junior High. Not nthe many changes in the area since their last visit several yean ago, New Yorkers Mr hn ...,. t ank Gootman, who 11 -brated her birthday during th ir stay, and the Benjamin Bonus, ol Philadelphia Mrs Bonn is sister in law ol localite Evelyn (Mrs. Phillip) Koppelman Faithful winier visitor Mrs. Bessie Brodie, who divi les her time between New York City and Miami Beach, m a'inthe end of this yeai 'a stay, to be feted at a farewoll dinner part" at the Miami Slimes home ol Mr and Mrs. ,\.a\ iviaysler. Mrs. Ann Jacobs and daughter [rene i Mrs J Wm. > Baros host, ii si abbai % %  B th Shirah on Fridaj evening For Mm. it's a farewell gestureContinued o Page 5-B Burdme's biggest money-saving event of the season! Aisles-full, Moors-full, 6 stores full of savings! Everything you need, from accessories lo color TVs! Sale-priced! Be here when the doors open, Burdine charge-plate' in hand! Fill your arms with Holiday -mery, and timely savings for yourself, your home! Shop late tonight, save big! one. slop by any Bunimc cred i officel slmn lutv Untitjht!



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Page 10-C vJenisi' ftcridliain Friday, March 28 Tradition of the 'Mikveh' LEGAL NOTICE By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is a "Mikveh?" The expression "Mikveh" literally refers to a "gathering." Our current colloquial usage of this term refers to an abbreviation or a short form of the Biblical ex prossion "Mikveh" Mayim" which means a "gathering of water"' (Gen. 1:10. Lev. 11:36). In the Book of Lev. (11:36'. the Bible tells us that "a spring, cistern and a gathering of water will be (remain) pure This indicates to us that a properly arranged gathering of water retains its state of purity even if an impure object falls into it. Furthermore, such gatherings of water can be used to transform an object or a person, at certain times and under certain conditions, from a stale of impurity to a state of purity. So important was the necessity of a "Mikveh" in community that some llalachic authorities declared it was permissible to sell even a synagogue in order to have ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONEPROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET a proper "Mikveh" in the communitv. (Meshiv Davur 2:45). What is the basic nature of a "Mikveh" compared to other sources or collections of water? Besides maintaining a certain minimum of water which is regardid as sufficient to contain an entire pWfsbri, the Mikveh. in order to be ritually proper must be such o body of water that has been drawn from some natural source, e.g., a spring, rain. snow, ice or hail. This natural base of water must not have passed through a vessel or any object which could be classified as a container during which process it could have been considered as contained in something created by man and detached from the original container of water, i.e.. the earth. Why does such a gathering of water have the ritual effect of purification? A number of reasons are offered. Basically, it is maintained that the Bible considered such water as a purifying agent, because it brings the object or the person back in contact with natural origins. Impurity and imperfection is said to be the result of man's artificiality compared to the Almighty's basic originality. In the process of crea tion the world was originally either all water or submerged in water. Immersing man or an object in wa ter brings one back to its original nature thus wiping out all the impurities that influenced the object through the process of its develop ir.ent. Water is thus a means of spiritual purification besides being an instrument of physical cleanliness. From a practical standpoint, the therapeutic value of water ha. long been recognized. Its physical benafivts have been extensively put to work in various forms of hydro-therapy which bring physical comfort and healing to a .host of diseases and pains. Its healing values in mental cases have been realized during the course of which many mental patients have been quieted from their stress periods while being immersed in water — especially water which circulates, thus emulating natural flowing water. MosCeveryone has enjoyed the relaxing effecta of bathing in water and the stimulating results of swimming in fresh bodies of water. Jewish tradition has only made the cycle complete by adding to the picture the spiritual values of natural bodies of water which lend spiritual renewal and purification to the tainted soul or essence of the human or object. Some moralists have interpreted the source of the root of the term "Mikveh" which also serves as the basis for hope through renewal of one's faith. LEGAL NOTICE Ancient Temple Found in Negev JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The remains of a temple dating back to the sixth century before the opening of the Christian era have been found in archaeological diggings near Arad, in the middle of the Negev Desert, not far from the Dead Sea. it was announced this week The excavations there have been under way for several years. Also discovered by this archaeological expedition were Hebrew messages. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY niVKN lh.it the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name il DISCOTBEN at 11"" N.W. ISSrd Drive, in the %  > "f Miami, Florida, Intend* <-. register said name with the Clerk "I the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. I.' >NPON DIRTRIBl'TIN'l COMPANY, a Fla. Corporation By: Perry London, President Cnldln, llotht-nlierg .v.Lelchuk Attorneys for Applicant :'.".". isisi'.-iyii,. linililiiiK Miami, Florida 3S1S0 :: ::. I 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144.A IN RE: Estl < FRANCES BENJAMIN i.,. • -.. t NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: you are hereby notified and required '" present any claims and dead* which you mas have aga nsi ,,„. estate of FRANCES BENJAMIN deceased late of Dade County, BToi Ida, to the Count) Judges "f Dade County, and file the same In dupllcat' Land as % provide d '.n Section {I Fli rlda Statutes, In their ufflci In the Counts Courthouse In Dadi County, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months from Hi. time "i the flrsl publication hi i. of, "i the same will be barred Dated al Miami. Florida, this 12th das "i March, A.l>. 1965. PHILIP .i. MILLER ZENA MARTIN As Executors First publication of this 11. • t i. on the 26th 'ia\ ..f March, 1963 PHILIP l MILLER Attorni v for I )xw utors 107 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai h, Fla. :. •_'•;. I 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144-A IN RE Estate "f FRANCES BENJAMIN I NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Til ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN' THE ESTATE 111 SAID DECEDENT. Vcu aii hen If led thai a written Instrument purportlnie to be the Insl ill and testam< n( %  •: SII Id di i %  ii.ni has been admitted to iirobate In %  i '••in i You .ii •• hel'eb) • Imamled within H \ calendar month* 11 ..in the date of thi fli -i publication h HI i.. to appeal in -a"! 'ourt ami shov ans you can. wh> | the action id -.il.l i "oui i In admit! Inn said w ill i" |>robate should i unrevoked W F BLANTON Count I tseall Us MELHA C DICK Clerk PHILIP.I MILLER Attornes 107 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai h, Fla. Flrsl publication of tins notice on the 86th das of Mai. h, 191 I .... I 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLirT^Tl INTHECIRCUT C 0U R T T ELEVENTH JLDIC,AL ra? !" C S U S T OF F LORiOA IN N, DADE COUNn IM CHANPB, NO. i : C,>02i PACUNE API' Plaintiff v S, SOLOMON APPI.i:i:\i\i SAM VPPEL I >. I, ii.l., %  • SUIT FOR DiVOFtrc TO SOLOMON \i ,"." C J Apl Montreal, You, K ilomoil \ by .% %  led for Divorce lm you, and yoi ropj ..f your \ •i H II ol I Lincoln Road and fib the nrit Ins in the offli %  Court I.I das "I April. Iluibti mem bs dei.iuii attains! you i in the Bill ..i This notlci eai Ii "... I. I,., • In Th. JEM ISII DONE AND i| RKIi ,i Florida, iin : %  ..'.'. E. B. I.EATIIKKJIAN Clerk, C l lade i HI ISeal I De| 1'AI'I. KHI I'M \ Attorm WEDR-FM, 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, • it 7 .1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61761-B IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM SILVER, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is ii, I-.-I>> irlven that l have filed mj Final Report and Petition for Itlsttibutlon and Final Discharge as Executor of the estate ..f ABRAHAM SILVER deceased: and thai %  •" the Mth day >.f April. IMS, l ill appls to the Honorable Count) Judge* <-t* Dade County, Florida, for approval of sai.i Final Report anil for distribution and final discharge as Executor ..l the estate of the above-named deredent. This lTth day ..f March, 196J. MILTON i: MANNHEIMER As t-:.\. .UI..I KOVNER t MANNHEIMER Attorni ) %  ::II Dupont Plaxa Center Miami. Florida :; 26. I 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the indi rslitiu d, di -ii im to i an .-.. In lii-m. ss under tl it I A-l EMPLOYMENT al \ K Ml. Streel register said %  I the Clerk ol the C i ill Court A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. INC. S< S in -ir ..'vi S|d< :.'• I, Pi :I I2-19-2I, i .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2613 NELA NASSI, Plaintiff., RALPH NASSI, I lefendaiit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt I! R Al. I'll NASSI Avenlda P, No, "17 But Tijuana B. <' Ml Xico YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint foi Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required t.. serve a oopj ..i your answer to ih. Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. LESTER ROOERS, wh..se address ix 999 N.W. Mth Street, Miami, Florida, and Me the original of the Answer in ihe office of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, Florida, on ..i before the 13th day % %  ( April. IMS, in default of which the Complaint will be tak.n as i ..ni. sseil by you, DATED ihis mil, day ,,f March, I96S, %  :. B, LEATHERMAN cu-ik of the Circuit Court tseal) B] : '. I'. COPELAND 3/12-19 26 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol A .v 8. Bl'ILDINC] rn al 1051 N.W 195th street, North Miami. Florida Inuinis to register s.ii.i name with the i h-rk ..i Hi,. I'ii, nil i 'oun ••! I '.i.i. County, Florida. SII i.\i:\ p IKM1DK HILERY I' KILVERMAN Attorni ) for Applii am :: '" '.: i '-:• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai ii. iimi. reigned, desiring to engag< In business undei the fi. titous n ime ..r rMI H ^I'l'V LONO LIFE HOTEL : 221 B.W ISth Avenue, Miami Intends to register said name wuh the "' 'ii' Clroull Court ol Dad. t ounty, Fli.i Ida. ISAAC EHLMAN '.-I:.'-I:I.26 i IN THE CIRCUIT COURTC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIA.. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHA\CH NO. 65C 2026 Tin: IVILLI | BANK I \ i EDWIN Rl 'P.K1! VND I!.\ 1 | married, I '. I. 11. I.i: NOTICE OF SUIT TH Edwin Ri i in. Corp* lb IT.' Ni '•* Fedei t-tte Avi IM":.. and wife, II mat riei if iivina ami h,ii -, .i. \ i-., slgnees, li.i, ..is. other clalmanl n, und.-i or steal named defendat 1I.II are hei. aboi. capli.'ii. %  siituied against in thr '.1 Court nf the Eli %  Ii Judicial of Florida in ami I i Uade Coi foreclose a mu upon lowing desctila l^.i '.' Block KM AVI r< • CAROL CITY ims Plat thereof, i. id in list I at Pate 19 Of illI' Dadi County, K Yon are requln pll a.liin; li. plaintilf'i* the Clerk of th. serve a copy tin attorney MARTIN i INK, Dakl eral Uldg.. Miami I later than April I'n. i'onfesso iv ill i ..II. DATED: Mar !• %  E. B Li: A rilKRMAN Clerk of ihi i I seal) 11} Deputs i MARTIN FINE I ...... I ..'.,. || ni.|]im i IN THE COUNT V j.DGE'SCO IN AND FOR DAOE C0LN T FLORIDA I ->R0BATE No. 66 6 B i\ RE Ests %  It.VYMOM NOTICE TO sEDlT0R5 To All CrediK ', %  iiuired ti uresei which | the estate id II Count)'. -.mi. i-' %  nil m .I.-. ea>ed late Ida, to Hi. i County, and fill i ..I.and aII Florida btatutex, the County < 'oui i\. Florida, m.mills from He • : '.', publication hi reot be barred. Hated at Mlai %  I l 1 1 ,M, 1 day of March, A I \ l\ IAN MAKtls .\v Adininisiratnl First puhli. ii %  : ll ';; the mth da) ol March, lBYRON L. BPARBr.H Attorney for Adnilnistratru Address ISO Lincoln Raa Miami Leach. Florhlii u:t (j NOTICE UNDER FICT.T.OUS N*" B U MS NOTICE IS IIKUI I*" U "ZJ the underslgiied, ''•v"'", ." %  > buslm -under in. fictW SOI I'll DADE i '->" I 8.W. sith Aw.. Mi.""'. %  "' ;,! Intends to regtsiei i, 11. ..i in. %  "'"" COUn,y 'H*ARHY>! KKLDMAS KES'SLLK si MA AIL. I II. -NS I-I API .1 l.e.Jeillie Rl NOTICE L. ND R .. 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Page 8-C -Jpwiit norictiar Friday, March 26, ; 7&A l 9 IOUS s* ervices J his (A/eekend AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls Av. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evr. • %  ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipson. Krtda) %  "' i.". ami vir. p.m. Cantoi Liphft\ and chilr will premier* 1 five new liturgical cnmpoaltlona in % %  twvrvanev % on will apeak "ii Prayer Featerday and Today." Raturda) > a.m. Kcrmon: "The Revoll of youth." Bar Mltsvah: Andrew Lloyd, son of Mr. i.nd Mrs. Merlon Varat. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho. dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Prtday 6:1a p.m. Saturda) s : ... a.m Kabbath l\n-ah. Herman; "Ritual I'l.'anlm. s>." BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rdbbi Berel Wein. • %  ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. Prloav) • !•* %  p.m. Laal late nervlcea until aftai High Hoi) Day*. Sabbath i.f Cleansing. Sermon: "The Lbrhl that Never Kails.' -Mr. und -Mis. I'hilip I.. Cook will hoal the One* Hhabbat. Saturday *:45 a.m. Sermon; "The Danger of the Red." •'. p.m. dlacuaaion: "The Portion of Law." 3 IB p.m. "Farah Adumah." • %  ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour HinkesHiday :15 p.in. Bermon: "Every Rabbi's Dream." OneB Bhabbnl li".-t%  d bj Blaterbood. Saturday vi-"' a.m. a • ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Orthoaox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip%  chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Krlday 3:30 and B:U p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Car Mltsvah: Ruawell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bookbinder; Paul, s.-n ut Mr. .-ml Mrs. Krnesi Herman; BenJIe, win "f Mr. ami Mrs. William l.i.-li. %  rmjiii. Mincha Vl". p.m. %  NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack l.erner. PVIday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Mlli-atones and Mii/.vahs.' Bar Mltsvah: Unry, sun ir Mr. and Mr-. Richard Bern*: Glenn, son of Mr. ami Mis. Itoberl K.iiipai.it. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Rabbi Richter "ill be called i" the ('•rail fur the traditional "I*frul" in honor of liis forthcoming marriage. • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1519 Washington Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. Friday ">:30 p.m. Saturday's a.m. Ser| iiimiiia—am—isnin atnsBT~iiiiri—~^~* CANDLEUGHJING TIM 22 Adar —6:15 p.m. I i>r(ion ,i the Week." Mlnchn nion: • ; ''-"• -LAG'-ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st I PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros! nteld Cantor George Goldberg. r*ridaj 8:13 p.m. (3ueHt Hpeaker. Mr>. i-M\ th flelger, i eglonal directoi. i Vmerlcan mend* ..f Hebrew I'nlverully, Ones Shabbal hosted by Mr. and Mis. flyman Malakoff In honor %  >'1 their wedding anniversary: Ei Rubinstein, in honor <•••• % %  %  %  *• .. -r: 1 1 '• '*.'TU' !" r*j*r 0 mm """^ *vs .-.,. -" M .%, mm -.s..../*• %  ; •' w Jf,L. "T : 1 r. %  She: I here is nothing I can do. Shalom Joseph. VOL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODA1 perhaps surely dentist lives floor the third (f.) I have been (I was) *5n -eeks address trouble P 1 forgot no1p suddenly to help to find if rz : rh riRn Two Related?" Saturday s i. a.m. Sermon: Kituais Tin Ration i Bnd th. Non-Rational." Bar Mltavah: lrwin. -.11 ..f Mr and Mra. Jerome Kati Mincha 1:1* p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumga.-d. |Ida s ::n p.m. s.•• mon: xl hal ls ..in rolleste Oenrratlon Thlnklntr?" Snturdn; 11:13 a m Bar Mlt\-ah: Han sol % %  < Mr l Mrs. Herald s. hwarti I'al. KOn "f Mr. and Mis. II. .ward S.liwaltz TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. ':!.". p.m. S.inii.n: "Do W. >>>' Want W* |.,s.i>..'" Satnniiis II *..... Bar Mltavah: Roliert, son ol Mr and Mr.-. Elliott I.I. lit. list, in • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Frldat p.m. Sermon by Cantor GotlII.I.. "Jewish Musi. Today." tne Shaidi.it hoated by Mra, Ann Jacobi. in honi.i i.f her forthcoming trip i" larael, and her daughter Mra. -I. Wm. celebrating In r 17th weddlna annlvi raarySaturdaj I0:J0 a.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor David Conviser. Plidas vl." p.m. Sermon: "larael'a Declalon to Exchange AmbaaKadora." Saturday 10:4.'. a.m. Bar .'.litxvali: Bernal Robert, s..n of Mr. and Mrs. David Baleen; Bruce, aon of Pauline Moaaman and the late Dr. John Moaainan. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Prldas v:;n p.m. Servlcea conducted by Cantor Releeman. tmeg Shabbal hoated by Slst.-ih I. Saturday :S0 a.m. Junior Congregation. • TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Creenwald. rrlday j:30 and K: 15 p.m. Sermon: "The L'nvanlahlng Youth." Saturday '.' a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Min.lia 5:30 p.m. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canter 2vi Adler. Friday s::tn p.m. Se rm on: "Happj Birthday Miami Beach." Mayor Mel\in .1 Richard will extend greetlnga. Saturdas 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Weekly Portion of the Bible." rloi Mltsvah: Kornian, mm of I >r. and Mr-. I'aul llotkin. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Germans and II. i I "in i i. .1 Naala." —— • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. hi-lday ;::: p.m, Kamilj servlcee followed bj ''a. i; Shabbat. SHturda) 11 a in. liar Mltsvah: Stuart UHVI ..t Mi %  ii I Mr-. Manuel Serkln. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. 1 'l ,| 8:18 p in. s, i in "I'lirin in Spirit." Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "The I'ortlon ol Ihe IJIW Bai Mltsvah: Richard, son uf Mi and MrMartin (iold. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman. TE .!?Zy E SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. I'liday s;i;, ,, ,„ -,,.,.„„, Ii: ,.-., • %  '• J< ^^ i-h st> le." Saturdii) 11 a.m >'.:' M i, z ^ 11 ;,':i-on uf Mr and Mra, John Mill.-i — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Si", I, |„ I „,, .„ S(| | 1 .;, ( i,,,_. Mi and Mr* i IM-BI MI hl blrl I. e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Camera Av Conservative. Pabbi Hershel Brooks C.intor Ben Dickson. Alvin mi. uipnri "Unt; i". : I TEMPLE Z.O\. 8000 Miller Ra Conservative. R.ibh, A:fi e a waman. TIFERETH ISRAEL. isoO N. Miami We C rnick 0,, "' Va Ve Ra,,bl H ""> y nl'.H G I SH tL '" M NE '" St OithodOH. Rabhi Sherwm St I ,.-. .'•'" %  P-m s turdas • ., n .-. mon Hi. Red Helf. hi i r %  '"• itnin „„ Tint pace it prepared in cooperation with tht On Mi; ami Ral-I. r., u .. Coorrfinalor of features appearing l,ert :> L>R.. MAX LIPSCHITZ (pfrifuol leader of Beth Tore* | C-TiKregafum 0 f Nor{h Miamj | If ,.... %  -.. in. %  .• %  %  : -i n SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK SHEMl Kosher and non-kosher animals arrayed opposiu each "These shall ye no! eat ol them the camel n,. badger ... the hare the swine they arc unclean"!!!H you" (Lev. 1:4-8). SHEMINI — On the eighth day of their consecration and his sons offered sacrifices for themselves an.l the peoole Moses' command. Then Moses and Aaron came out m theV of meeting, blessing the people. The glory of God appeare*" 1 fire from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on Un altar \ the sight, the people cried out and fell on their faces, Nadab ?M Abihu, Aaron's sons, offered "strange fire" on the altar; a Issued forth and devoured them. Aaron held his \\ ,, The priests arc commanded not to drink wine or strongdnjj when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may put different between the unclean and the clean" (Lev. 10:101. The portion details the laws describing cleanliness and ,i ui cleanliness in regard to the eating of animals. fo! and This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law i s „. traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewi^ Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher,, Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nt. York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volurri is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT A Sermon Must Havei More Than a Title By RABBI ZEVI GREENWALD Do Catchy Sermon Titles Attract Worshippers? Whenever there is an undertaking, its purpose is stated. A public building is marked to indicate what it stands for. A book I is headed by a title to give an indication of its content. In either case, things must | have a name. In the same manner, a sermon or lecture must have a heading to inform the audience what topic the speaker is going to d i s c u s s. Whether, howev er. a catchy sermon title attractgABBI GKttNWAlD worshipers is an other matter. We live in a time when advertisements and publicity play an exceedingly important role in our lives Madison Avenue has spread its influence to all our endeavors and undertakings, so preachers can not escape these impacts and imitate its approaches of sensationalism and salesmanship, People, however, will no" to synagogues and tcrnplei ;•:> cause a catchy or unusual top*) announced. That Bccomplisil depends entirely on Ihe one who has made a name I sell and to whom audience! attracted. A sermon bj anin::v al of that caliber, i | catchy and sensational topic. .iif ?dd greatly to the number of | who would want lo listen to "..m. | It is an inter. -• ng lac" when Ihe Almighti intended'.oi' liver the greatest sermon l] t-mes, file Ten Comma" Mount Sinai, then was a -Mi advertisement applied: "Be for against the third day, i Ex. Hi. God appeared in the gn spectacle that mankind ever I held, amidst thunder aw ning But in this case, it was n" ly an advanced notice, it as a preparation. VkidukM both spiritually and phy-ical What is lacking, and so i 1 noticeable today, is the deiicia in Hebrew education and awareness in our audiences,| tli.it no sensational title an manship can make up forttaesHj vious delects Beach At Congregation Beth Moshe 1965 Combined Jewitb <'\ campaign breakfast on Mar. 14, Israel Ambassador to C Gershon Avner was honored guest, and deliverea "-• on Israel." Shown (left to right) are President Mer'.e M' cr ^ | Ambassador Avner, Rabbi Richard Marcov;tz ant CheDavid Dogoloff.



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Page 8-C +JeMnarktian Friday. March 26. CM Million Dollar Campaign Breakfast To Feature Pierre Salinger Sunday Continued from Page 1-C of the Trodois and Professions, the Residents, the Women's Division, and the North Dade CJA drive represent their areas and and cover all outstanding prospects before Sunday," the chairman added. "I am certain that the leaders of the Women's Division, chaired by Mrs. Inez Krensky, the Residents Division chaired by John N. Serbin. and the Trades and Professions Council, co-chaired by Norton Pallot and George Talianoff. will announce vital support for the cam paign. "We are proud and honored that Pierre Salinger will join us for this mid-campaign highlight, and I am certain that all members of the community will want to attend." Leadership Sponsoring Committee for the Sunday breakfast are: Jam. s Abermitn, Leonard Auewi, Mrs. .lark A. Al'lin. I^mls \V A.ll.i. William Vgrnnow, A. .1. Alexander, %  Ma Amdur, Kidnr) l'. Anstn. It. WilliamApt< i.. Juli Ai kin, I.Blei Arkin, Harold A1..1.1.. •:. Oil .1 h M. Ai >. s Ftunuld Itai netie, J. William llanw Jr., Mr* .Kranei IV okerman. Albert .1 l'.. • •. Morrln Hei'Rer, Hi Ruth !' % %  •% %  Ir> Ina 1 '•• 1 lln, Mi William lllndei .lorn 1 • 11 I'-n iibauni, David Blank, Jerrj Wank. Sam HI nk, Mri 1 h li|i llloom, Robert 11 Blun 1.. %  %  • • llluml <-rs, w II 1:. .. ; Hoi IVHJ Man in I : VINIR l.ivner, Loui* 111'*-*Eichmann Aide Is Sentenced VIENNA — fJTA) — A Vienna jury sentenced Erich Rajakovic, a former aide to Adolf Eichmann to two and a half years in prison this week on war crimes charges. The jurors declined to rule on whether Rajakovic, 60, had ordered murders ol victims of the Nazi period hut affirmed his complicity in the death of 83 Dutch Jews during the Nazi occupation. The former SS captain disappeared after the collapse of Nazi Germany and was found in 1963 to be living in Milan where he was operating an import-export business. He fled to Switzerland and was expelled by the Swiss police. He then turned up in Vienna, having Austrian citizenship and was arrested *nd held for trial. 1. r. Mrs. Richard Brlekman, Mnilir I, Bheitard Brood, Jo*ei>h I'.. Brook*. Richard Buchblndcr. Joseph lliirtowwky, 1... \. Chalkln, Edward I %  nhi >i. Joaepli *..! %  • 11. Dan Oi Ben I'utl.i. JoHeph IVnmiirk. .lack 1 Damon I, I:.I 1 kikxim. !:'•' %  K liainn, !.• %  .. 1 %  : • 1 Wnltri l f lk. Varon KBIT, F>nul 1 ni>ki M r. 'ha 1 P 1 %  %  ini %  • > %  lir. Herbert rVlnl %  Mich id F> Id M -lien 1 %  Iilman, Rol 1 l-1 Idman, A, ('. Fim .!< Beph '•"!• '' • ; 1 11, Irving Prankel, Ma> nh •• (•"rleilhi-rir, Samuel N l-'i .illaml. Muri-ay Krlt'dman, Hyilne> (Sann, Samuel %  ;.]--• 'ii. Alex ainshurfr, \it* [.mils (ilahhir, MiA 1.. CJIIckman, Oeorge rioldberx, Sam Goldman, Burton II llol --.in. Edward 1:..* %  I~ 1 • .u. Mrs. Sol c;,.1.1-1. in, i" Blllol Gordon, Paul Gordon, MiMilton Oreen, 1 T J. A. Oreenhouae, A. A. Grunhut, Nathan (lummlck, Jerome Halpern, Mrs. Trad) Ham. 1-1 lilac. ErouM l" Harris, Louis Hani-. Marshall s. Han-Is, Sam .1. Il.-lnian. Daniel N.al Heller. l.-i-iini. Herakowlts, Albert llii—li Albert I llir.-'li. !••• Howard, Dr. Norman Jafte, ESmeal Junta, Dick .iiirmain. Aaron M. Kanner, Irving Kaplan, Leon Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katsman, Morris Kauffmaii, Ixiulu Kenln, Irving Kern, Jay 1 Klulak, Max Korkor. \hInei Ki-nsky. Georiri KronenBold, MrFlorence Kupperman, Abe Kuia-h. Donald Lavlftne, Mr, and Mr, Mdnej Lefcourt, MrJean (' 1.. iiniaii. JerrjM. I.elrhuk, Dr, and .Mr.-. Irving Lehrman, Sam C LevenHon, Itoberi Levin, Joseph M. Llpton, Ronald Mpton, ll> Upcin, Heriierl 1. Kin, Sam l.tiby Jr., Euaene Maim, Dave Melln, Robert Merrltt, Baron de llirs.h Meyer, Mnrrla Mlnov, Ira Mogul, Harrj Mlaraoh, A .1 Molasky. Emll Morton, Peter K Mower, Ra> MufRim, Alex Mas-. Kenneth M Myers, Mr and Mrs Btniibj >". Myers, •:. %  rs, Samuel Norke< n, Ma \ 1 >i-..-. iu, AI 1 isslp, Herliei 1 I'aigi E Albert I'allot, Norton I'allot, s Ronald l>ii Hi 1 Nal \ Richard 1 1 .11. ek lavid r i In Mi Anita Pr • -;. Jai 1I1 Rahtnovt iiz. -.1. 1 1Itablnou Itz. Josi pit M Roue, %  I Itoaen, Hel ehel R 1 .. s Ruben, Irving Rubin, MlRudi-n. I Mrs llou aid Si liai lln, StanI • r. B< 11 S< hu-artx S I Sell.\h-. SMIH. > Schwarts, Julius 1 ian %  s.-pi. 1. John Serbin, Mi Ft 1 -I K Shm bet, Saul Sllberman, .Mrs. Benedict Sllbel 1111 11. Pete Sllverman, Mr and Mr* Sllverman, Mrs Sol Sllvi man, [In, 1. "inSnetman, Mrs n SI nhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkln, Max Sockloff, George Bog* :..si>... Robi • 1 Son ersteli Heraim Jr.. Mnx • 11 Spit... SanSpi Ini/.. 1 Nriii.ni Stein, Morton Stein, Jack Stein, Ben Stelnmuller, Vrnuld Stern, Erwln It. Stern, Fred rtl 11..11A Bunaklnd, rjeorjte Talianoff, Joaapn Teltetbaum, Max T-m. bin. Byron .1 Topol, MiHoward Ji rome I'ffner, Ralph w.-i%  liarrl, Maxwi II II Wi Isbl itt, An hui VVelsn, Sheldon tt'elax, Milton VWIaa, .\l.,v Wi Hi, li \ ing W'e.llel A. B. VVIen*-r, '"-• Win-. n 1. ..MI\\ %  l ^'.lff•', Leonard Kigman, Larrj Zlrn, Joseph P. Zuckerman, s. in txman, < ar Ma mber, Schwnrtx Joseph ISoodman i^sl New Shakespeare Society The newly-formed shake* Society will meet Apr 7 jnT 319 NE 23rd St., with Dr' ^ George Jacobson as hosts sons interested in workina the Summer Shakespeare FL which opens July r, al BM Hall. University 01 Miami with You Like it," may ,ontac n Delmar E. Solem or Dr 'iy Diers at the UM's Ring Thea'e1 sjfj ,r m OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION In the spirit of Purim. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. and Bruce Richman. education director, examine a gift exchanged on Purim between Temple Ner Tamid and Congregation Beth Torah. Bearer of the gift, one of the students of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School, is Michael Freeman. Jews Mourn Lord Morrison Death LONDON — (JTA) Jews throughout England joined the na. tion in mourning the death of Lord Morrison of Lambeth, better known as Herbert Morrison until he was knighted in 1955, who passed away here at the age of 77. He was a life long and ardent friend of Zionism who had held many high offices in Britain, ranging from Home Secretary to Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary. A leading member of the Labor Tarty, he fought tenaciously against the British White Paper promulgated in 1939 in an effort to halt Jewish immigration into Palestine, and often acted aone of the foremost British spokesmen on behalf of Zionism. 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Page 8-A tJewisiiftarMton /"day. March 25, PWMS kW Mp ; % %  .:: I MM I !- % %  11 .*. I _*..J"** Southern View By MAX LERMER Houston I have been spending a few days in Louisiana and Texas, mostly in university circles. Louisiana, it will be recalled, went.heavily for Gokiwatar. Texas comfortably for Johnson, iu the.late electoral battle between the Union and the remnants, of the Confederacy. The differeoce in atmosphere between the two states reveals itself in the reaction to the Johnson stand on Negro voting rights. In Louisiana the parish voting registrars arc declaiming against the new voting bill as an tMMUt< state,.and -local rights, in a desperate effort to hold the bastions of personal power that will be overthrown by Negro voters some day. Sen. -Ellender's threat of a fillbuster, which cannot be taken very seriously because he couldn't maintain it against a cloture vote, expresses the genuine fears of the narrow ruling group for the future of their power, and the troubled sense of the lower-middle class whites that things are moving too fast for them. Yet it is hard to discover .any real resistance movement to the Jewish Educators Hit LBJ Aid Bill NJSW YOJtK (JTA) The Amer-1 tive plan under which public educa ^an Association for Jewish Education would he available to all m Uon 4Muced this week the public facilities in t h e morning. Morse Perkins Bill, the Administra-] When the required common curtion's aid to education measure as •antagonistic to the best interests of this country." The AAJE made its criticism in a letter to the Senate Education Committee, criticizing provisions --"which under the guise of alleviat-, ing deprivation, would extend aid to private and parochial schools." The.AAJS also criticised P r .uiaiori* for, shared ..tiete use of public and. atacechial..schools. It called both provisions "less obvious violations of the separation ef Church and state." The AAJi said that it did not knew of any school district where the shared time idea had shown "meaninf ful workability." It said this provision would give riculum was completed, parents of all students would have several op tions at their own expense. One would be to enroll their children In new public schools, religious or other. Another would he to have their children attend special classes in public school. for gifted childeen or remedial purposes, er. ether needs. This proposal would relieve the religious school of the costs of subjects other than religious education. Parents who did not want re ligiou* education for their children would have the chance to give their children any special training. Public schools would not be involved in sharing time with religious authorities who in turn would not determine content of the public school curriculum. Finally, said the bill, even in Louisiana. There is instead the despairing sense that it is had but inevitable. Gov. Wallace of Alabama has many .adherents j private groups, religious and othin the South outside of his state, but they won't martyr .themselves 1 ers, "an official and sanctioning. for his cause. 1 role in determining what shall be] AAJE. children would attend classOo the other side, among the Negroes in Louisiana, there is a quiet ^.taught in the public school." which, es as individuals, expectation of victory as a consequence of what has bean happening in it called a requirement for inSelma. Montgomery and Washington. trusion" of religious groups into One of the colleges at which I spoke was Southern University in ; public education. Baton Rouge, with a long tradition as a Negro university. 1 found the : Tne AAJE said that shared time Temple Beth Am post-confirmstudents confident about the future, along with their realism about the -creates a sense of religious diviands n(nv in lne 2 th grade, will be struggles that still lie ahead. I found militants and moderates among s j on because blocs of children from honored at special Friday evening them, in pretty much the proportions one would find in a northern uni' parochial schools are sent for in-' serv j ccs this week and receive a versity. Best of all. I found faculty members who — while deeply struction in the public schools as g jft indicating that they have corncommitted to the civil rights cause — had managed to preserve an independent units." It said it was 1 p ( e ted 12 years in the Religious objective attitude in studying the white supremacists as well as their "shocking" that the Congress g c n 0 Q | p 0 st-G Temple Beth Am own people. If Houston is an index of Texas attitudes, one can be optimistic about the state. The voting bill does not affect Texans. because the state has no registration rituals or literacy tests, being one of the four remaining poll tax states. •et There is a strong movement here to repeal the tax, or at least to shift the poll tax month from January closer to the primary and election dates, which would probably result in a larger number of Negro voters. The Negro voter and the Latin (Mexican-American) voter are already a force in the Texas elections. As they get better schooling : and come to feel more confident, they will became a major force. The great force for change in the South will, I am convinced, be the growing number of young men and women clamoring for a college training. In the last few years the South has moved far in industrial ization. The skyline of the cities shows it, the industrial complexes on the outskirts show it. Once you get a good job in these little corporate domains you have a certain security for a long time to come. Both white and Negro youngsters are trying to prepare themselves for such jobs, and for that they need training — in industrial high schools, in colleges, in graduate schools. In Texas a young Negro with any sort of talent at all can set out to climb this ladder. He is moving into the universities, and as more of the formerly private universities come into the state system they must open their doors to him. Meanwhile his family is moving into residential areas that formerly tried to keep them out. And in one or two of those areas the white families, instead of fleeing, have determined to stay. One of the striking recent developments in Texas has been the experience of the Texas liberals in trying to assess their native son, Lyndon Johnson If one had forgotten that in his own state Johnson has been a prophet without honor in the ranks of the liberals, one recalls it again on a Texas visit. The Texas liberals are Populists, and they decided some time ago that Johnson was an opportunist who played the winning side. Now they are having to revise their assessment of him, and the thing has them a little bewildered and punchdrunk. On the Selma crisis and the voting legislation he has taken a sharp, unqualified legal and moral position. On his anti-poverty campaign, on educational subsidies, on medicare, he has shown his earnestness. They always knew he was a.good political tactician, but now he surprises them by what seems like a commitment to the goals toward which the tactics are directed. He has (even made a .pact with tus former Texas enemy, Sen. Yarborough, whose Texas Populism has always pleased-the liberals. Now they are wondering whether it is Johnson who has grown and changed, or whether they were wrong about him before. I am speaking, of course, of a minority ef Te-xans and a minority even of the Texas Democrats. For Texas is still a conservative state. But it is changing, as the South as a whole is having to change. The days when Lyndon Johnson had to wage a mortal battle against Allan Shivers are past — partly because Johnson triumphed, despite the ability and resourcefulness of Shivers. There are still Texas Democrats who axe conservative Republicans in disguise. But the future does not belong to them, or to the Republican primitives like Sen. lower. It belongs to a generation coming out of the universities which wants a chance for good work and the good life, and believes there is enough of both for whites and Negroes alike to share. Jonfirmation Club, would legislate so 'rashly." chaired by Jud Marcus, will have The AAJE proposed an alternaits next meeting on Apr. 12. FOR SALE 160 FT. ON DOUGLAS ROAD "CORNER" OLD ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT j 16 Years Sense Owner Consider fVbMr.|# Orfiee-t* stay—1.10' fey ta *ir. Lt for to/Meg 1 For Fortfaer Otrfatl s CaII HI 6-6480 j REMEMBER Tha memories of Pissovtrs gone by—the search ami sale of the Chtitetr-Grandp* poking acowd the kitchen, making the horseradish and HieOentae i tottim aw. Wo new wit ef dDtnes and shoes—pockets full of hazel nuts-end almnnrts %  inikmsljr waiting for thi Steer to start—Uncle lot and Awt Sadie wen always late—the whole tarutry together-Grandpa looking likt a king proofing the pUlow en the task betide htm-Crantme Mred after biking and cooking all day but "My Ma Ike" my Queen, he called her-the Kietesh and then my turn for "Ha ttliitwW* tat; the answer give* with Grandpa's voice ringing out over aft—the first half of the Hagadaa almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good—hieit It was always "strong"-**! we r e tew petted te eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg. and salt water—end then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better thaa Grandma—we ate eel ate and then the "ttedwT-tnd the rest of tht llagadW wlwaw earn cap* of WIMand tht opening of the door—and the stories oltow in the eta cttwtry epswone frhUned the whole family by appearing at that door-but best of all tne soap wtt which the second half ol the Hagadah etouad-*nd thofettat, e< dwwatMsa contentment-and tht thought that tomorrow the same thing once store MANISCHEWrTZ WlftC COwtfAJff, N. 1 Producers of Trtditieeel Passover Wmee "Progressing witf,' Our'MtMty SatisfiedI'^eto^sew?^^^ ANOTHM tOCATION H> yotr* CO* VIMtHCt "*AUtr N i*My you* rtxAco tors Coral Way ft S.W. 27th Awe. 840 S.W gtt\ St. —*--* 1 -^ iirl wTi 1 It COULTON BROS. l •* 0 t • # *V':'. 1 ^h.-.:. .' • VI • ''ft*. %  •• • • <* $50,(100 a day tor shiny wtiite sand! Carl Fisher came ard change! *• lace tf "that twfmj c* m sw ever, He saw visions ol enact* front paradise that he deternsWl build "now, not tomorrow". f* defeated the stubborn mangrotfi* by importing a powerful W** plow. Then he coveted the "Bee* swamp" with shiny whitt-St^ toes, aver a year to putiotsjnH bottom of the bay at costs sw*" W high is $50,000 a day! FIMM that [tmiud wait a lew Utes and tne shin) white mi w Mppued the first £litle" n l <#**\. glamorous city to come...I* letch, now SO-jiNisycunf. run abend if y Mercani NationalBf\ qfMtam Beach aUn.Mr cf'WC wi'-'NIiiONtif LIMCOf



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LIQUOR, WINE, BUR DIVISIONS JeWlSh FlOrldlian CJA Groups Host To Speakers at Westview Florida. Friday. March 26. 1965 Section C V In deft lo right) at the Liquor Industry CIA W. Halpern; guest speakers. LeRoy Gluckstch at Westview Country Club are Jerry berg, of Vic'or Fischel and Co.; and Gershon t;s set retarj Residents John F. Kennedy L ii.d a lor I member ol I ^ --. n ti |l'(' gUCSl ol ,lt .1 l '.I \ In Doll a r liii^n break |at the Fon bleau Hotel bnriay moi n fin a.m., ii announced Ir Irving pian. cam chairman. s/u/NGfR in response from every diviin Hie campaign, including .md pn fessions, Residents, i' and the N'orth Dado Synigogues, has been an excellent one (, date," Di" Lehrman stated. "On ur.daj morning, we are asking he leaders ol each oi these divisions tn join us for breakfast with uric Salinger and to report to he community additional pledges that 1 am certain will put our CJA campaign over the million dolar figure. Dr. Lehrman said that "the UU figure, lar figure .frPgvclud lar figure." As of late this week, the campaign had reached well over the $950,000 mark. million dollars will be more than a goal to shoot for. It iwill be a target that tells us that we are right on the beam toward meeting our 1965 increased goal of $1,435,080." |. Prinz Flies To W. Germany By Special Report many at the invitation ol the Sen, ,, ,, ate ol West Berlin. I ['in/, president of an Jewish Congress, de. Dr. Prinz, a former rabbi of Berpl bj an Saturday tor Gettin expelled by the Hitler regime in 1937 for his anti-Nazi activities. will meet with West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, West Berlin .Mayer Willy Brandt and other German officials during a weeklong visit. He will also meet with German student and faculty groups, editors and religious leaders. This Friday evening. Dr. Prim will conduct Sabbath services at the rebuilt Pestaloiiistrasse Synagogue in West Berlin. In his talks with government of liciaK Dr. Prinz is expected to discuss the proposed extension of the statute of limitations on Nazi war climes, continued West German economic and other aid for Israel and other issues Dr. Prini assumed office last month as chairman Of the Confer• ace ol Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. The conference consists of 20 leading \merican .Jewish agencies and is considered the mosl representative and comprehensive grouping of American Jewish organisations. Salinger has had an outstanding career and won national recognition for his effort, as a crusader, journalist, a rackets investigator, and as spokesman for two Presidents. After the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22. 1963, Salinger continued as press secretary at the request of President Johnson. Salinger was present at the historic conferences between the new American President and the new Chancellor of Germany, Ludwig Erhard. On March 19. 1964. Salinger resigned as press secretary, with the Presidents approval, to return to California, his native state, to enter the race for U.S. Senator. At the Million Dollar Plus Breakfast. Dr. Lehrman will present a campaign report which will be brought right up to the minute through the announcement of additional campaign support to be presented by division leaders. "Our volunteer leadership this year has come to the fore in every important division," Dr. Lehrman declared. "Because we have chosen to meet an increased goal, it is vital that the leaders Continued on Pass 8-C Leaders of the Liquor. Wine and Beer Group met for their annual CJA Brunch at Westview Country Club on Sunday, under the chairmanship of Leo A. Chaikin, of Weinkles Liquor Stores, and Jerome W. Halpern, of Atlantic Liqours. Honored guests highlighting the occasion included Gershon Avner, Israel Ambassador to Canada, who spoke of the needs of the United' Jewish Appeal and Combined Jewish Appeal, and called for "conBeth Torah Drive For CJA Sunday Leading members of Beth Torah Congregation have been invited byMr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein to attend a meeting on behalf of the North Dade Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign on Sunday evening. 8:15 p.m. The event, one in a series of meetings sponsored by leaders of Beth Torah Congregation, will be held at the Stein home. 2060 NK 198th Ter., in North Miami Beach. Mrs. Stein is president of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of the Congregation, and Mr. Stein is a board member of the Congregation. Co-chairmen Samuel Fox and Lou Taylor, of the Beth Torah Congregation CJA drive, stated that they were %  extremely pleased" by Mr and Mrs. Stein's generous action. "Once again leaders of our community are coming to the fore for Combined Jewish Appeal and help ing to spur our campaign, just as Mayor and Mrs. Arthur Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Margulies have done." they said. Jewish Authors Win Awards For Their Books NEW YORK (JTA' Three Jewish authors were among those who received the National Book Awards last week, given the authors of "the most distinguished books written by Americans ami published in the United States in 1964." They are Saul Bellow lor his novel, "Herzog," who won the award in the field of fiction; Louis Fischer, for his "The Life of Lenin." in the field of history and bi Ography; and the late Dr. Norbert \\ iener, who was given the award posthumously in the field of science, philosophy and religion for his book. "God and Golem. Inc." Dr. Wiener died in August in 1963. This was ihe second National Book Award for Mr. Bellow, who also wen it in 1954 for his novel. "The Adventures of Augie March." tinued intensive support to rescue 65.000 Jewish men. women, and children during 1965." Leroy Glueksberg, vice president of Victor Fischel and Co.. discussed the need for a unified organization to be formed by M segments of the Liquor Industry. "The retailer, the wholesaler, the supplier, all members of our in dustry. must band together to meet mutual needs that greatly affect the future of our operation in every area of our country," he said. Co-hosts for the brunch were Dr Milton J. Feidelman and Chaikin Members of the Committee for the Liquor, Wine and Beer Group include Gus August, Harry Berney, Marvin Florman. Al Frank, Larry Frank. Jerome Frankel, Ralph Fried. Justin Gcttis, Sam Gold. Seymour Howard. Also Marvin Levin. Melvin Lewis, C. Fuller Nail. Stanley Rose. Bert Seliger, Murray Spill. Phil Straus. Philip Walden, Frank Weinberger, Jav Weiss and Jeff Wershil. Montreal Teacher Glorifies Hitler MONTREAL — (JTA) — An in vestigation was under way here by the Montreal Catholic School Com mission oi the practice by a seventh grade teacher in a Catholic school who has compared Hitler to Christ as "a great leader." deeorat ed his blackboard with a photo o: Hitler and the swastika symbol, and organized his class ol 11-year old boys into Nazi-type military cadres, including "SS-men." However, while the probe was still on, and the offending Hitlei photos have been ordered removed. Jean-Marie Mathieue. the Commis sion's director of teaching, as well as Brother Asselin. director of the school, took no exception to the teacher's practices. The teacher is 22-year-old Brother Rene Lahaie, who is in his first year on the faculty of the elementary school, LaMannais Catholique. In addition to comparing Hitler to Christ and displaying the swastika, he had also taught his children to say each day: "Heil Christ." M Mathieue said that the teach er's "intentions were good, but the procedure itself is certainly extraordinary and open to criticism." Brother Asselin expressed "surprise at the sudden interest" of the teacher's methods. Saying that hundreds of parents had \ Isited the school, he commented: It seems to me the teacher could have chosen Satan and Oust, and no cne would have asked any questions." CR. JOACHIM PRtHZ 'Durban League *nily Picnic Set '• • %  t ii e women will %  ta milj picnic on Apr. 11 I n Hammock, with all r:"\' -• % % %  % %  to Variety Chilf' Hospital, it was announced t res lenl M,S Arthur Pepper. r lu n


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Ma** 26, 1965 +Jmlstr ilcrId/fan Paqe 3-A setting up the State Division of Corrections, the State Division oi Mental Health and Child Training. County School Sales Tax Fund for higher teachers' salaries, reorganizing the State Department of Agriculture, and the Suitable Home dressing Mr. Palmer directly, Law governing welfare aid to debi Siegel stated: pendent children. Jewish Groups Support Selma Continued from Page 1-A rights demonstrations there Ad-, Rab. was elected Secretary in 1960, carrying 65 of ..1 87 in of the nd Mrs Murray M. Simon, Milton Miller and Rabbi Zevi Invrald finalize arrangements for the testimonial dinner to Mr an d Mrs. Simon on Apr. 3, 7:30 p.m., at the Biscayne ice Hotel Not shown is Mrs. Sarah Czech, one oi ted guests at the Temple Beth Tov function. retary of State Tom Adams Will kiest Speaker at Beth Tov Dinner is were being finalized this [for the Apr. 3 testimonial • to Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. 1 at the Biscayne Terrace Hodinner. to be given by Tembth Tov. will also honor Mrs. Czech, one o{ the Temple's ftttsince it was estab[as Southwest Jewish Center, fcrs to be honored at the funcire Mr and Mrs. Samuel IColemam Mitlitsky. In rid Allain, testimonial nan, said that Tom Adams, Secretary of State, will est speaker. Rabbi Morton bsky, spiritual leader of Die Beth Sholem of Holly | will represent the Greater Rabbinical Association. Arthur Brown will reprel national Sisterhoods. ler representatives include [ Tubin. City of Hope;! old Star Mothers, Mrs. Helen %  n orary chairman of the funcRabbi Zevi Greenwald. bat leader of Both Tov. who Peel that the Stars of David, a of entertainers under the lion ot Harol I Tokayer, will atmed on the program. Wtarj ol St le Adams was He State counties, and assumed office January, 1961. As a member various Cabinet Boards, he actively sought passage of a number of major bills involving administration of these boards, including creation of the State Revenue Commis. sion. reorganization of the State Board of Conservation, enactment of Florida's first sufficient water control law. passage of the Florida PublicLand s Act and statutory es tablisffrrWht W %  ItfHda'IrfSnTui'e fdV Continuing University Studies, among others. Some of his honors include the Allen Morris Award for "Most Outstanding First-Term Senator," 1957; Florida Agricultural Council's Award to a Senator contributing the most to agriculture, 1957; Allen "We are both Jews whose ancestors taught the world the principles of justice. We are both Jews who have suffered too much for so long. Let us both join in prayer and action to turn the hearts of men from hatred to love; from discrimination to acceptance of all men as brothers; and from passive indifference to constructive and courageous action on behalf of all who suffer." Forte Towers Hadassoh Election Forte Towers-Hadassah of Miami Beach held its first elective meeting at a luncheon In the home of Mrs. Morris Kogan, 4465 Adams Ave., last week. Mrs. Norman Myers, chapter vice president of membership, announced t h e appointment of a Morris Award for "Most Valu-1 complete slate of executive officers able Member of the Legislature," 1959; Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association citation to "Legislator Making the Most Outstanding Contributions;" Gold Key, Florida State University, 1961; and honorary degree of Doctor of Space Education, Brevard Engineering College, 1962. with Mrs. Herman Feller, president of the group. 17th in the Miami Beach Chapter. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick was speaker of the affair. TOM ADAMS elected to the Florida Senate in 1956 from the 29th District, composed of Clay and Bakvr Counties. During the 1957 session, he was chairman of the Agricultural Committee. From 1959 to 1961. he served as chairman of the Joint Interim Committee on Finance and Taxation. Mr. Adams was instrumental in Art Exhibition Slated Sunday A luncheon and art exhibit is i scheduled to take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. 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Paqe 16-A *, kniit tkridHar Friday. ;; ... Jews Urged to Speak Out for Beliefs By Special Report WASHINGTON — American Jews ere ur^ed here to "speak out for what we believe" without fear of antagonizing other groups or aggravating "anti-Jewish feeling." The biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress National Women's Division, meeting at the Shorebam Hotel here, was told in a keynote address by Aaron Goldman of Washington: "Substantial ditferences in opinion between the Jewish community and other groups are not injurious to Jewish status or security "On the contrary, the evidence is that the hostility kindled by conflict subsides with the issue, while the respect that commitment commands is enduring and cumulative. So let us not be unduly concerned when our strongly held views are opposed to those of other groups." Goldman, who is chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, a coordinating body of local and national Jewish groups", noted that within recent weeks leading Jewish organizations — including the American Jewish Congress — had publicly op posed provisions of the Administration's Federal aid-to-education bill that woul d give aid to church schools. "Over the past 15 years." he said, we have olten been in the minority in our insistence that religion must be kept separate from public education. "Vet we have achieved not only vindication in the courts but, in time, a considerable measure of support from other religious groups." Mr. Goldman said most Jewish organizations were coonvinced that "once the public purse is opened to religiously-operated schools, the result will be the slow erosion of our public school system." He conceded that this view was unpopular in many Catholic and rotestanl circles. "We may be lonely but we are not deterred," he added. "Conflict is in the nature of society, and in a free society to suppress LBJ Mum On Arms to Israel WASHINGTON i JTA ) Pres. ident Johnson declined at his press conference last weekend to indicate whether h e I'niled States would provide arms to Israel. He was asked by one of the correspondents present at the conference the following question: "The West German arms supply to Israel instituted with Unitel States support has been cut off. In view of this would the United States be willing to supply arms to Israel to maintain a balance of power?" President Johnson replied. "We don't discuss iffy questions like that. We will give consideration to the problems and the needs of the various nations and countries, and while we have them under consideration we'll try to evaluate them. If a decision is reached in any area with any country, why, we will carry it out. But we don't think that it's desirable to speculate or engage in an) prophesies thai may not work out." for hours SORE ACHING MUSCLES •"•nor poms of RHEUt*? V HNI-Misj V UNI. -nnl PAIN AWtf I iiconditionally Guaranteed! \f|^ MEAD-BAYMOND |^ Jfl CORPORATION .// Drug Counters Everywhere conflict and dissent is to place our freedom in peril." In his address to the 600 delega;c attending the American Jewi.-h Congress National Women's Division (.(invention here. Goldman emphasized that "all Americans have a common stake in the pics ervation of the democracy that sanctions differences. Even in the heat of controversy," he said, "we must remember that conflict is the indispensable prequisite of change. "The heat generated by such dif. (erences is balanced by the warmth of inttrfaith cooperation lor \ allies common to all religions: Justice, mercy and compassion for the un fortunate." The American Jewish Congress Women's i^roup. whose convention theme was "Meeting the Challenge of the Great Society." also heard from two top officials of the Administration's arJi-poverty program. Ilyman II. Bookbinder, assistant director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, and Dr. Bennetta B. Washington, director of Women's Training Centers of the Job Corps, toid of new techniques and new weapons in the war on poverty. Bookbinder said the drive was "not another welfare program" but rather an effort that was "determined to get people out of poverty by breaking the cycle of poverty from generation to generation." Dr. Washington, who is on a year's leave of absence Irom Car dozo High School, in one of the District of Columbia's most sevcieh depressed areas, described the Wo men's Trainin(enters of the Job Corps as "a totally different approach to breaking the povert\ cycle. •The program takes some of our most disadvantaged women and re. moves them from their environ ment in the hope that a radically different atmosphere and approach will help them to understand and believe in themselves." she de dared. The American Jewish Congress women marked the Jewish festival il Purim at a banquet session that %  <\ird from Dr. Joachim Prim, ot '• %  '•' :; r k. S > .1:1 Jew.. Mrs. svrahan I '.'.! I'Mll an., wife of |-.. 'he I'.S. At the banq i honored no\, who received i -ion flrst a nn i iward "for co meni in ad\ ;: %  %  lorn." --: 'Cllti' Ami). )< Lillian Quea • • and bui A HEARING AIDS WHILE TOO WAfl Setfarlti arc Mag, wpenal faring M\ %  N.K ">"H *.. 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Uv M* 26 1965 •"Jtnist fkvfdlian Paqe 9-A Erhard's Emissary Delayed i be ei the: 36 2 3 percent increase on behalf of the 1965 %  ted r -ish Appecl was registered by Biscayne Point Lsictents 2! :r.eir CIA breakfast held at the home of Mr. and li~ tarry 3 issmaili Bespondinq .o Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, 1965 I : who was the morninq's gueit speaker, they Bedaed ;::.ding additional support to the 41 agencies of CIA rot.-. : :ne and abroad. Shown (left to riqht) are SussVzi. Miitor 3uynor, Ben Giller and Dr. Lehrman. mnedy Gift to Einstein Connnt-j ''im Pag* 1* I provide an associate director of the : Center and to support Kennedy; lor.ed Hw fi •>" which lh |. t .n ()tts or scholars in the Center. Sen. Kennedy said the Center! •jicl that $1,000,000 would represent a major step for1 •l grant will be v ard in research in the field, addd the Center and tag that the key aspect would be will be paid to the emphasis on "multi-disciplin ••-> rate of S90.000 ary research training which has e-year period to heon largely missing up till now." Bl % %  %  %  th< Fo ^l i • he!? other W Untver> IM. OK ON THE OCEAN THE BEST VALUE OF ALL IS CAMELOT JERUSALEM (JTAi Dr. Kurt Birrenbach, VV e s t German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's special emissary, who w;is to return to Bonn Sunday after a second round ol conferences with Prime Minister Levl Kshkol on issues still outstanding in connection with Bonn Jerusalem rapprochement. postponed his departure until Monday. He was awaiting further instructions from Bonn regarding some Important issues noi yet resolved between the two governments. The Issues include Israel's demand that Bonn keep its agreement to aid Israel armament by supplying the lemainder of weapons not yet! shipped: and the timing and other details about establishment of full diplomatic relations, to which both governments have now agreed. Regarding the arms deal, Dr. Birrenbach hat reportedly offered financial compensation for the remainder of the weapons agreed to under the old arrangement, but Israel has thus far refused to accept money in lieu of arms, insisting on the principle involved. As to the envisaged exchange o f ambassadors between the two governments. Dr. Birrenbach appears to have been authorized by Bonn to include that agreement in a joint communique which would state it has been reached in principle. Bonn apparently wants to delay implementation of the diplomatic agreement until a later date. It is assumed here that Chancellor Erhard wants leeway on both issues, while he is still trying to appease the Arab states. But Israel insists she cannot view its relations with West Germany in the context of Bonn's relationship with the Arab states. Unless agreement between Mr. F.shkol and Dr. Birrenbach was reached by the lat. ter's departure Monday, the Erhard emissary may have to go home, and return again with new instructions at the end of this week. In his latest series of talks here. Dr. Birrenbach brough to Mr. Eshkol replies from Dr. Erhard concerning a number of questions posed by Israel earlier. Israel is understood to have agreed to a German proposal of aid reported to be in the range of $50,000,000 annually for a number of years. Regarding the ambassadorial issue. Bonn Is said to prefer to establish its Israeli embassy in Tel Aviv, rather than in Jerusalem. -elot Hall, we give our residents the very maxin value fo' every rental dollar. The fact that ? e the most successful hi-rise apartment buildthe Gold Coast is strong evidence of the fullre of ocean front living that we offer. Newly > eted Camelot Hall is practically at full ca.. (further proof of desirability), however, there a i several choice apartments ready for immediate occupancy at moderate rentals. 1 and 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS from $200 a month CAMELOT HALL RENTAL APARTMENTS 10185 COLLINS AVENUE BAL HARBOUR. FLORIDA PHONE UN 5-0535 and Mr. Eshkol is believed to be ready not to press that matter. The question of the German scientists at work on sophisticated weapons in Egypt had also been brought into the Eshkol-Birrenbach talks, with the German envoy insisting that only one major German scientist, Wolfgang Pilz, is still in Egypt. He said that three ranking German scientists recently left Egypt, and i that his Government would "remain alive to the problem." Israeli sources confirmed press reports from Bonn to the effect thai Dr. Erhard issued his proposal for establishment ol diplomatic relations with Israel only after the German leader had received an ultimatum on that issue from Kainor Barzel, chairman of Dr. Erhard's own Christian Democratic Party. Mr. Barzel had reportedly issued that ultimatum to his Chancellor after returning from a visit to the United States and emphasizing that there had been sharp reactions among non • Jews against Bonn's %  intended surrender to Egypt's President Nasser. According to these reports, Mr. Barzel had threatened to split the ; Christian Democratic Party and %  bring down the Erhard Government. It was only then, the report* stated, that Dr. Erhard sent new instructions to Dr. Birrenbach. wi was already enn ute to Israel, regarding the offer of diplomatic relations. Beth David Men's Bowling League Beth David Men's Club Bowling | League is going lull swing at the University Bo ling Lanes, 7101 SW | 59th PL, every Wednesday evening. Winning team tor the first third of the bowling season was August BIOS. Bakery, with members Dr. Morris Merlin, Edward Rubin, I'hilip Rosen, Arthur Rosinek. and Sol Dresnick, captain. Winning team for second third of the bowling season was the Grant-.Sholk construction C*.,. members. Henry Rosengarten, E* ward Syrop. L on Holfnian, Norman Sholk. and f'.ert Saul. captata. Charles Spin^arn has so far taken all individual awards. Leading high averages for the league, are Louis Seitlin, Manny LubeL. George Rachlin. and Max Schwartz. Registrat'on for the Summer 'Mixed Bowline League is no* open, with George Rachlin utcharge. 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March 26. 1965 -Jenistirkridrtor? Page 5-C > ra el Has Plan for the Underprivileged By SAUL CARSON (JTA) %  iTFD NATIONS X most .maginat.ve plans of the %  "* id in a the underprivileged ti lc orld the lands .tries, ol i _. lv contain majority, of the globe's are in > n, \ tfiiSKi Presented to SS s,-n,. lli :.al,xper,s n ernational Bank for ReconleiJn and Development (the somade a loan commitments) of $3,000,000000 in the next five veers, the loans to be repayable in 30 years at no more than 1 percent interest. The purpose is to speed up development at a much faster rate and with much more gusto than hitherto. The plan was submitted by Mr. Horowitz last summer to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, a three-month-long series of sessions held at the UN's European headquarters in Geneva. By all accounts, it seemed to have electrified the conference and was one of the few new approaches to World Bank) has '.I ,tudy of the proposal. That rftSrMat considered by UwStalives here of aU 114 h of the United Nations, as the problem of aiding the underdehy the two governments veloped countries to come before are most important in the the world body. Id of finance but are not memAf(pr (liscuss j ng tne plan in com of the UN.. Switzerland ana mj(tec and jn plenary scssion (he H Germany. Horowitz Proposal seemed so aphat particularly pleases trienns )eaUng lhat Jhe conJerence voted Israel here, as WwU^W ,,"', I to ask the World Bank to study the matter thoroughly and report back to the UN Secretary-General. That vote was carried by a ballot of 97 in favor, not a single negative — and 12 abstentions. The Arabs, of course, not daring to vote in favor of an Israeli plan but seeing that the rest of the world wanted it. abstained. Central to the Horowitz Proposal is a very important idea. That involves the rate of interest for those themselves, is the fact that dan is officially named after (JEu. |, is called the "HoroProposal." The man whose u given to the plan is David owitz, Governor of the Bank Israel. jrieHy, this is what the plan oposss: That the affluent nakns of the world undertake to |id to the underdeveloped lands ra amount (beyond present Town, and Co&Wiif NEW YORK VACATION Unmatched locafion for VACATION-COMFORT, SIGHTSEEING-FUN and BUSINESS-ACCESSIBILITY. • Luxurious, air-conditioned rooms and suites with TV and telephone • Filtered Swimming Pool — Patio Dining Room—Cocktail Lounge Meeting and Banquet Facilities for up to 300 persons $3,000,000,000 loans. Commercial hanks could not afford to lend such huge sums Jor 30 years at 1 percent. Mr. Horowitz proposed, therefore, that the monies be borrowed from commercial banks by the bank of the International Development Association, The IDA would, in turn, lend to the underdeveloped nations at 1 percent. The difference'.' That would be made up by the affluent countries through contributions to a special fund lor that purpose. Obviously, such a scheme would require governmental sanctions, agreement by the world financial community belonging both to the World Bank and to IDA, and the establishment of many complicated, perhaps complex, technical procedures. (No one is handing out three billions that lightly — at 1 percent at that). That is why the World Bank was requested to make this study. Furthermore. there were other proposals designed, more or less, for tackling the very problems envisaged b > Mr. Horowitz. Britain came up with one plan. Sweden had some ideas on the subject too. It may take a lengthy span of time before the plan is voted into effect — if ever. The fact is. however, that it is being considered very seriously The World Bank though! deeply enough about the plan to invite Mr. Horowitz to visit its headquarters in Washington. where the Israeli discussed a multiplicity Of details with the experts there It was only alter that personal conference that the study of the -Horowitz Proposal" got under v aj Mr. Horowitz, who is 66. is a <".a In Kin Jew. educated in Lemberg and Vienna, who has been recog-, nized as an expert in high finance Easy driving distance to all of New York City's attractions and business areas WRITE FOR BROCHURE and for RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE: (212) 994-9000 TOWN t COUNTRY MOTOR LODGE On the New England Thruway at Conner Street, Exit 5 2244 Tillotson Avenue, Bronx, New York 10469 WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? "BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open To The Public Sundays From 1:00 P.M..4:00 P.M.) 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toy, March 26, 1965 -JewlstifhrMian Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICE '•"""'> %  • |.\ X IIIIBEZK n ,. V | r\ i \\\ OFF'KES ityforJui •'-'""', bur tiilfivj Rosa 12 i %  %  : % %  !. < %  •= F"ZFCIRCL'IT COURT OF THE l JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Is DADE COL NT V. FLORIDA | IN CHANCERY N) iC 2-119 I U I I KERN WOE/. I t. SCHNEIDER I'OTICE B> PUBLICATION I N Illl %  -. Alt MON| %  ..i ..i SCHNEIDER ;< %  \ |iai %  i.i.-in I I .. .. .. 1.1 I..1 Dmnv LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD %  idelitlnl Street, in the Dude i th. II, .ullt, ... Hi, In R, i i:. % %  '-•• "' '"• • %  %  i. in ii In louse al II %  "' \ jl l >.: Ma! ..he may inglng his INEIDER l>i i,.i in known. in flip your .-,,., ih, CARI, EDWIN LIPllliiri • %  16499 .•i \ %  %  \. i: ii v 1 unil 9th %  %  • l'i,\ %  n. : L | 1-26 I J "After trying liquid hydrogen, solid propellants and whatnot .we finally used horse radish!" Cop. 1964, Davnu Product,o,.t NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslgni ,1, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of K K1 Hi I 1.1: l( E s T ,\ l %  It A N T A LOUNGE at IS:T, \Y in, Avenue. fflaleah, Dnde County, Florida, Intenda tn register said name with the Clerk ..i ih. I'lreull Court of Dud. County, Florida. ALLEN I. HIIAMTZ. President ..f I IRAN O >., INC Kl'RT WELLISCH Attorney for l'run c .. inc. 167 Almerla Ave., "oral Gables :'. 19-26, I '2-9 LEGAL NOTICE i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi.III,.I.I simi. ,i. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Tin: POWDER ROOM ai I i•• t Lincoln Road Building, Miami Heach, |.'l..i Ida Intends to resist, r aald name "i'ii ii,. I'lerk ..: the I'lreull Courl "i Iiadi County, F'lorida JACK V.\ i %  Kill:. Owner H Soli I'ropi I PAUL WARREN Attorm s I..i .i.i.,. /. i, ker :; 12-19 III, I 2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti Fkwidlian solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 1 It 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT Or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Eetul IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 66051-C IN l:i: Estate of 1-1; i:I >A III 'ZINSKY. Hen .1.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors mid All IN .i ins oi I lemandK Agu IT Said -E C0L\TY JLDGE'S COURT I AND FOR BADE COUNTY. I FL0ROA IN PROBATE \) 66282A ROSE .' X .1 :i k ll ISE [KIN [NOT'IC : '3 CREDITORS 1 lliv. I • IU.I in-' -. IIW IRTZ \ Htt M: I %  /.. %  • .i late ol %  Hi,, i \ and fil, I %  .! ;. II. {' H house r .. win, in .-IN { time of the I i Hi., .-.inie I I", rlda, this MI. I tlai IA 11: 11 A V N A1 4 R IIKIJKi iWITK AV. %  thla notice on %  h, IOCS H.ov ii, nilwera MM H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREKV GIVEN lhal the tin.I. i signed, desll Ins to el business undei the fli litloua MAR \\ T ENTERI'ltlSES Nautilus I ye, In I hi Cltj Beach, Horlda, Intends to said l. nil. n il ll Hi.. I 'I. r-k I if cull Courl ol I lade i 'ount). 11,1111.' of HI IL.I f Miami Ih, I'll II. • %  %  rlda, till* I>ated .,1 Miami lie l"tit da! of Man h, I \l \l:i I \ NT" INIOI -SI'KR HARRY ZIKERNU'K \' : %  •! : %  '. for Vpp Ii 121) Mi %  In Road Ml.urn II. mil. Kin NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. ICE IS HEREIIY ,;i\ EN lhal the undersigned, desli Inc. to en the fl ll %  %  • i. %  • %  • MI'RIEI. F'ABRICS .ii 16a liaj Roi Mian Reach, Kioi Ida, Intel Istt said name with tni I 'Ii %  11 of I lade "mint). Hoi Ida. Ri iRERT GBRINGER HENRY \l WAITZKIN \' %  %  for 1 lobert Gerln Waiti Ii i..." Building 1770 Sans Souel Blvd. N i ml, Horlda :: •.-12-19-26 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 65C 2174 To Wll III I \\,V i .|,,,i n; Notii iIn .. i.\ u i en thnl the lindentni E |l\V A R II PR Wiis REII), h> .,11. 1 thro i-h his in..ih. %  friend. I'HVI.I .is s ERNST %  ,. Iios, ii. ii, ;,.|,|.... |, I KAN.IO IIO.MI. MIAMI, DADE 'I H'NTI EI.ORIDA, In the Cltv I .MIAMI, in.i,. Count), Hoi to ,i|, n Honoiabl, |>H | I BleVl "ill .1 1 .i I hide i 'otmi i. at lions, ill 15 M.i "ii the 1.1th .1.. • %  %  .. ... HI-' Illi I i\V ,\RD KRAN CIS REID. EDW VRD ERANCIS E It N .T '•> ii hii '. iiaiiii I hal Dati %  M da) ol \ i. '. I l>\\ VRD EH V XC1S REII I I'elltlom %  I'll VI,I.IS s ERNST ..^ inothi i .<..-! n. M friend %  Kd aril Pi .i ni Reld. ;.>•: Ith.ner Mai l. R II ih ii, Tobln Rubin. r & .\ii.--. %  I I HUH I'om %  de I....n Blvd. i Coral Gables. Ploi l i MARK II Itt'ltIN S 12%  111, FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2532 MILDRED Y CAI,D\\ i:i.l„ I'laintirr, I.' 'in-: G. CAM '\vi:u.. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< I.i U'lK %  • 'AM i\\ i:i.l. I 1311 Wesl llouli lard A|,.itiiii,rii 612 i 'leveland, i ihio You nre hereh) notified thai ., Bill %  i i 'omplalnl for I Hvorce ii is bi en fib .i ami Insi > mi. and you inln .1 to -i-i irn op) of your Answer liill of < %  .iiii.l.. in i Attorney, I'RED 803 Dade Pederal Hoi da ami file the "iinal Answer -a I'leadinff In ih. .a i. •• ..i ih. Clerk of the I'lreull i'..in i ..n .a before the 18th day of April, I963. If you fall i" do so, JudKiiienl b) defaull ill be taken iittuhisl you fr>r the n lief demanded a. the bill of complaint. This notice shall be published once .... h II eek foi foul %  • utlve ^eeka in THE JEWISH I'l.i IRIDIAN. DONE VND ORDERED al Miami, i, this nth da) ,.i March, A 11 i: B I.EATHERMAN ... eh %  %  %  Dade I 'ouni > Ploi Ida I'leaillnv i.. Hi. on the I'lainl in'. AND NEWMAN, lilllllllllK, Miami. (seal) By: Mai tueriti D. put) l %  I'RED Wl' NEWMAN Sn". 1 lade r, di nil Building M HII I. r ••.' Ida 131 II Attoi lie) for I'laintlfl 3 12-19-26, I 2 l*iy C n 0 c n V V JLIDGE'S COURT* lfir?o'S R 0ADE COUNTY. IfLOR 0A l\ PROBATE I No 66282A i/k'n ROSR IE!.N HW UlTZ o ROSE bT,' CE Of PROBATE I VV,."' J '•"*: l>'Tu'r"y IN| I :KI:STI:D IN L ned thai a wrltf na ... be the I lament ol aald .lee... I "<"l lo probati I %  r. Uerebj ,I Ndti month. .-. ,. ui.ii,., 'ear In aald anj you can, "I ••••'IT. in a,l| —'' %  hould RUANTON ,: idge '" [*l !•'. Paatorfleld L';"-v Orundwen Vu" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiMiii: is 11 I:IJI :i: Y GIVEN that ih.. under*ta*ned, desiring ) % %  engase In bualneea under the rivlltloua name ,.i PULTON I'lsll MARKET at 516 Eplnola \\'.i>. Miami Beach Intends i" resiater >ai.i nan,., with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MARGIE BUTINGARO A.VlIEI.i • A A I.I. Ally. Attorne) for Applicant \>Ain.-;.-. Bldg. 3 •.-12-19-26 tuoicfA7 T rSP"T^r-TH raSW JMP F^ l !"'B'Wl.. h .. rt) llntlff. 'ii \., '' Av --nue T''M, \v, v Ylil k FPlnlnt V.!';",;!^ n, "l"ed that E a,n i >"u ,. v roe h '"•" h 1 to s,.,,,: :"" 1 WU are hereby ih, ,.,„ ,; <;py of y „ ur an "."" %  niv. '',,'J?i.?. n 'he PlainII. ., ,. I Aiu.^.' Jjw "U th e origiimi ",'"rn,v i ;.'".' '.' ""• Plaln" lr "" ••;, v ,c R ROGERS. %  %  "%  a and fiiT' V" 1 Bt !" LAaawar | ', h flw ."," %  ••rlglnal '<• office of the i,„ I,,,,,'';." 1 Judicial arcull My. Plorlda, on ,( '; %  of April MS, \:r^:r "" u March. M • %  I2-19-J6, Ii J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 236J W. .1 DRIVER, as Administrator of Veterana Affairs, an Officer of the United Statea of America, and his auoceasora In such office, ami his ,.r il,.-ii uaaUjna, Plaintiff, VS. ANGEL Ll'IS VEL.EZ, et ON. et al, Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT TO \.\.;i-:i. i.ns VKI.I:/. and JUNE Vioi.i:/., his write, ii living. Including any unknown apouaea of s.,1,1 Defendants if thoy have re* married, and if dead, their unknown heirs, ilevls.-.'s, grantees, asslgneeea, credHor*. Ilenora, truateee, and all other persons claiming by, through, under or iiKainsi these D.'iVmiants whoae residences are iinknonn: Yoi AUK HEREBY MOTIPIED thai a sun has been brought against you by w. .1. DRIVER, as Administrator of Veterana Affairs, an Officer of the United Suites of America, and his successors in such office, anil his or their assigns, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering th,. following described property, to-wit: Lot IS. In Block IS, of FIRST ADDITION To MYRTLE OROVE, according to the 1'lat thereof, as recorded in I'lat Book 57, at Page 2. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; and you are required to file your answer with B. H. Ix-athermun, Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida, at th,. Courthouse in Miami. Horlda, on or before April .",, 1965. and to serve a copy of such answer upon Plaintiff's attorney, DAVID P. CATKMAN, whose address Is 101 East Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, on or before said date, as required by the laws of Florida. If you fall to do ao. the complaint will be taken as confessed hy you and a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered agalnal you for iirelief demanded ill the eon, plaint. DATED al Miami. Elm i,la. this 3rd day of March, 1966. B B LEATHERMAN Clerk oi the Circuit Court i >ade County, Ploi Ida (seal) Bj '" r COPELAND i,, put \ i 'I, rk DAVID P CATBMAN, Eaq Hugh r Street Miami. Florida I 12-19-'" i I :'-!' %  26, I 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I 11TH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2483 EDITH ALICE MURPHY, I Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT vl IN AND FOR DADfc COUNTY. EDWARD JOHN MURPHY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Defendant No 66127 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: Estate of Tou, EDWARD JOHN MURPHY, JACK RAEDER 211 Walnut Street. Montelalr, N.• Deceased Jersey, nre required i" file your anNOTICE TO CREDITORS swer to the complaint for divorce To All Creditors and All Persons Hav. with the Clerk of the above styled Ing Claims oi Demand* Against Said Court and servi a copy thereof upon Estate: I Herman Cohen, Esq., 1310-11 Congress You are hereby notified and re-j Building, Miami, Plorlda, on or bequired to present an) claims anil deApril 13, 1962 I romplail in. HI, lwhich von mav haw against Iwill be taken aa confessed, DATED, the estate of JACK RAEDBH deMarch Bth, I96.1 ceased late of Dade Count), Florida. I B. R I.EATHERMAN to HiCount) Judges of Dadi '' Clerk of the Circuit Courl ami file the same In dtipllcat. and laeali COPELAND aprol aleil ill Statutes, in Hi. tj Courthouse Ida, within six the time ••' the .-. %  a 733.16, Florida ll offices In Ho i in in I lade Count) Ploi calendar months from first publication herethe same ll ill be b Dated ai Miami, Plorlda, this da) ..I" March, A D 196.".. MARTHA I I ORFMAN Aa Executrix Firs! publication of this mil ii i th..'.Hi day of March, i %  •• %  CUTLER .v l-:iR) iNSI i.N Attoi ne) for Bxecuti Ix liiAiiisl.-. Bldg., Miami. Fin :n,l Deput) clerk ;: 12-19-26, I 2 '.-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 2261 PATRICIA M NBWCOMBE SMITH, Plaintiff, \s VERNON WRICIIT SMITH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Vernon Wright smith 168 : %  Avenue New Kensington, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You, Vernon Wright Smith, are herehv notified that a Bill ol Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yuu, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. HENRY M. WAITZKIN, 1TTI) Skns Sonet Blvd.. North Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 5th day of April. 1GT>. If vou fall to d" so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for ih. relief demanded In the Kill of Complaint. This notice -hail be published once each nek for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED ni -Miami, Florida, thla lei day of March, A.D, 196S. |. i: [.BATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: %  '. %  NELSON Deput) Cli i k HENRY M v* M PZK1N Attorney for Plaintiff w tskln La D n Soui Blvd. North Miami. Fl i '-UI--6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65806-B IN RE Estate ol MAN GERBER 1.. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having claims or Demands Against Said Estati Vou are herein notified and re11 III r. 11 to pi..--, m an) claims and deman.iwhich ...II ma) have against il,, estate of MAX GERBER deceased (late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges ,-i Dade County, and Ml, the same ill duplicate and as provided in S.-ctlon 7:13 11., Horlda Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof. ,.r the same Will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th da. of March, A.D. 1966 i'llll.l.ll' GERBER As Executor First publication of this notice on the 12th day of .March. 1966, IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES Attorney for Executor SSI Arthur (iodfrey Road Miami Beach. Florida 3/12-19-26, 4/2 You .,' %  hereby notified ni quired to pn neni an) claims and demands wiii.ii you may have the estate ol FREDA RoZINSKl detail %  • i 'a,i. Count). Florida, to ill,Count) Judges of Dade County, ., :: A STF2RN AExei utor l-'n-i publication <.f this notlci on the ii lay ol Man h, 196 Ballot, Silver, Pallol & Stern Attoi II) r u I '\i-iii, %  r • %  :', s u 27th Avi .', IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 65904-C IN RE I.Ki 'N I'l ill EN I u sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS |V> All III IN Demands Ag ll B I Estati %  You notified and r.*%  i • %  enl an; claims ui m..n,lII hi, 1, \ > %  a ma) h is, ||| the estate ol I.la >\ I'l illEN di I lati ol i ladi • %  ii F'Uu aiii. i>. the Judges a I lade i 'ouni %  I file (he sain.in duplicate and as provided In Seen,n 733.16, Florida n'eIn i hell off %  in the '' Courthousi in Dade County, Plorlda, i\ itlnn \ call ndar tnonl ha froi tlmi ,. ih,first publication I or ih. same \\ ill be bai red. Dated ai Miami. Florida, thla 26th • la. ol Fi h: nai.. A.D I'" JOSEPH COHEN .\B l'N,l"ltol l-'ir.-i publication of 'his notice on the "ih da! of March, 1965. x \T I:I:I.-S Attorney for Executor i >ue Lincoln Road 8/3-12-19-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN COLLECTION AGENCY at 7210 Hlscayne Blvd.. Miami in', mill, regiater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. JACK ROSS'MAN 3/12-19-26, 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltous name ,f 54th STREET LIQUORS at 1220 N.W. 54th Street, Miami Intend !•• register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM ALTMAN BEN TRUPK1N LEON \ EPSTEIN it torn, for Applli ant (SO Lincoln I. 3/5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65836 C IN RE Estate of JOAN SPER DEITELBAUM 1 'e.e. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona HavIng i :.,:moi Demands Against Sail Estate You ,i • hen b) notified and require,! to pi • sent iinj claims and di Hiainiivhlch you ma. have .main-". Hi, estute of Jl iAN SPER DEITELBAUM deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges ,.i Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and provided In Section v::: 16 ( Florida Statutes, in their offli the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Plorlda, within six calendar months in,in the time of the flral puhil I-I. a hereof, or the same will be barred Dated al Miami. Florida, this 2-ith da> of February, A, D, 1965, FJDWARD A. SPER -IIl.l.11: PEKBLNER As Executors Flrsi publication of this notice on the "ih da) of March, 1965. EPHRAIM COLLINS Attorne) foi Co-Executore i44u 7:qii St. Causeway 3/6-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6SC 2190 JOSE ANTONIO LAO COBA8, Plaintiff, ROSA ISABEL DE LA CAR1DAD OLMEDO RAMS de LAO, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSA ISABEL T>V. LA CARIDAD OI.MFIDO RAMS de LAO Culvario No. 907 Santiago de Cuba Oriente, Cuba YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, anil you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. LF7STER ROGERS, whose address is 99!) N.W. 14th Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original of the Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in ami for Dade County, Horlda, on or before the 9th day of April, 196.'., In defaull of vrhloh the Complaint will DI taken as confessed b) you DATED this 16th day ,f February, E B. LEATHERMAN Clei i. of the Clrcull Court (seal) B) J. J, NELSON Deputy Clerk 3/5-12-19-26



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rage 8-B -Jewls*fk>rkflar Friday. March 26. %  f-rances &L~en We the Women m a y* WOMAN OF THE WEEK Irene (Mrs. I.ouis) Pilzer is the typical clubwomanhousewife. A> ;i New York youngster, she went to llebrnv school, was in an honor society in high school, where she took a business course, and excelled in sports, especially handball. She worked as a secretary bookkeeper and also did income taxes. Coming down to Florida to visit her mother, who spent the winters here, she met Lou. Four months later, they were married. The life of a hotelman and his family is somewhat different from the way married life generally goes. But one thing particularly unusual is the fun that their children get running up and down on the hotel elevators. Douglas and Itobin Pilzer are no exception to the rule. There is also a Pilzer dog. a Boston terrier named Mr. Duke, who has the endearing habit of running away, but someone always brings him back. Irene has run the gamut of the PTA bit. a Cub Scout Den Mother, a Brownie leader, on the board of Deborah Hospital. Angel Chapter of Hope School, vice prsident of B'nai B'rith and Temple Menorah Sisterhood, among others. Vitally aware that the emotionally-disturbed child can be helped, she accepted wnen she was asked by the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach last May to step up from vice president to president. Opti-Mrs. has a most successful organization, helping to support twenty-six emotionally-disturbed children. At last week's Opti-Mrs. dinner dance. Irene wore a stunning white beaded long gown that she knitted herself — knitting is one of her hobbies. She also is good at baking. That sour cream cake with nuts is one ol her family's favorites. The Pilzers live the life of tourists during the offseason months when the head of the family can be with them. They use their pool constantly. The name of their boat is "The Drip." a remarkable name standing for Douglas. Ifobin. Irene and Pilzer. Robin plays the flute and is doing very well, but she best likes to go water-skiing when her clad pilots the boat. Douglas at camp is known as the base ball encyclopedia. During the summers, Irene and I.ou visit their children at camp in Hendersonville. and from there they like to go on a travel spree to places they haven't been. Irene has definite ideas both in regard to organizational work and being a housewife. She manages to juggle the two with the ri-^ht amount of fervor and aplomb /RENE NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 fREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Miss Hoberman To Be Married Surfside Councilman and Mrs Louis Hoberman. 9065 Carlyle Ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara Inez, to Richard B. Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Solomon. 9016 Carlyle Ave. Miss Hoberman is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High., where she was a member of the A Cappella Choir, and also studied piano. She attended Dade Junior College and is a graduate Of the CharronWilliam Commercial College. Last summer, she was issued a license by the Florida Real Estate Commission. Her fiance is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High, and attended the Universlt} Of Florida and the University of Miami. He is presently associated with an architectural firm in Miami. Blitt. Botwinik Will be Married Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ira Blitt. 1777 SW 12th St.. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Diane Joy. to Stuart Botwinik. Grandparents of the future bride are Mr. and Mrs. William Whitehorn. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Botwinik. 1011 SW 10th Ave. He is the grandson of Mrs. Mary Botwinik. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the bride-elect is in her junior Jear at the University of Miami School of Education. She is a member of Beta, Spanish National Honor Society, National Honor Society. Future Teachers of America, and Student Education Association. She is a sunday School teacher at Tifereth Jacob. Currently employed by Metro politan Dade County. Mr. Botwinik is a graduate of Southwest High, served in the Navy, and is working toward a degree in mechanical engineering at Miami Dade Junior College. The couple will be wed on June 26. 1966. Univ. Leaders Off to Israel JaekS. l'opiek, IJ1)|sl Mrs. Trudy Hamersthlag ,, $ 51 St.. and *s. OldaC S3 1198 Venetian Way. are .31 Israel this week to atXt J' Board of Governors mei of : the Hebrew Univi salem. They are part ol thedelegat;J :'.(. American, who will take pan] the annual session ol the wh se partici] n ts iin-Meme,, vomen from mosl ol the treet tries of the world The Americans In the group leading members ol the Ame Friends of the Hebrew L'nifot The foremost institution of L er learning in the Middle East! Hebrew lnivei.su> will celel its 40th anniversary thisyevj campuses in Jerusalem, Tel M Rehovoth and Kin Kiirem. thei versity has an enrollment o: t than 10.IHH) student-, ropre Annual Las Vegas Night at Tern %  ,e '\ fol nul feature games, amusements, refreshments and an auction. Scheduled lor 8 p.m.. the affair will be held in the Temple's main auditorium. BARBARA HOBERMAN Temple Sinai function more than 1.200. Gales Announce Daughter's Troth Announcement of the engagement of William Gale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gale. 8842 Emerson Ave.. to Judi Shar-jro, was made this week. The future bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shapiro. 99 5 0 Broad View Ter.. is a senior at Miami Beach High. Her fiance is Studying tot ;i career in mutual funds sales. Internationally known comedian Alan Gala is owner of the Celebrity Club. Mr. Shapiro is controller tor Lee ftatner'S Lehigh Acres Development Corp. Flagler-Granada Is Sweet Sixteen Flagler-Granada Jewish Center will celebrate its 16th birthday with a sweet sixteen anniversary party on Saturday evening. A band will play for dancing beginning al 9 p.m.. and midnight breakfast will be served. Mrs. Syd Booth is chairman with assistants. Mrs Berry Clein. Mrs. Alfred Nadler, Mrs. Samuel Kowal sky and Mrs. Hyman Coverman. Shaloma Group To Hear Kogan Shaloma Group of Miami Reach Chapter has slated its Youth Allyah luncheon for Monday noon, at the Deauville Hotel. Zev Kogan will be guest speaker, and a musical program has been arranged, Mrs. Jennie Colub is chairman ol the day. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is president. Youth Aliyah Day Sunday Gov. Haydon Burns has proclaimed Sunday. Mar. 28. as Child's Day for the Youth Aliyah program throughout the State of Florida. Child's Day will be observed by the 10.000 members who comprise the Florida Region of Hadassah. Gov. Burns urged all people of good will "to join Hadassah in this humane endeavor." This will be the 17th anniversary of the observance Art Unlimited Features Masters Currently i view at Art Unlimited School and Gallery. 8246 NE 2nd Ave.. Little River, is a ytoup show exhibition featuring French and German masters. Director ol the gallery is Warren Soned, who announced that now on view at the Parkway Theater through Apr. 3 is an exhibition ol work by alumni ol Art Unlimited. Artist Raskin To be Speaker A special program is being i ranged by the David Pioskj 1 School for the next lines ShiM scheduled to take place on Kndii p.m., at Parband Center.84JII ington Ave. Saul Raskin, world-renowned ist. will be guest Louis Lasavin. princip school, will lectu Personalities.' "Portion of the neck" vrilil nad by Bernard l-'urman. Yiddish and Hebrew selection*i be presented b\ Ben Yemen. conductor. Institute Slates Education Exec. Louis Schwartzmun director,! reau Of Jewish Education, wil guest lecturer at a historj of the Women's Institute ol M Studies at Temple EmanuJ Tuesday in Sirkin Hall. Classes begin at 10 a.m.. andi elude beginner's Hebrew. Mrs. Ida Porus'i. instructor; gregation singing. Cantor Zti ier. instructor: conversational 1 brew Mrs. Fa> Kein-lein. UHtfl or. and a "Bird's Eye Vie Joint History.' winch Sctii man will instruct. Temple Bmanu El's adojl cation program, ol which lne' men's Institute spo Ted |' Sisterhood, is a part, im;lul book review series with nil session to be held on M Committee working !' h Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairmMJ the Adult Institute include! Leo Herman. Mrs Maurice Mrs. Jerome Goodn dore Lorber, Mrs larles M garten, Mrs Israel Teitchai Thomas Trent FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! 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Lay, March 26_1965_ + XnUHFfrrtrifon Page ISA Camp Listings for Jewish Floridian Readers FLORIDA C.mp Con '"*' %  •ri Camp Ocalo Bov S and Girls 5 to 16-Located I ocala National Forest. Camp Gan Israel •amp Can Israel is situated in Land Heights In the middle of Jentral Florida I member of International Gan Irael Camps, it is a non-profit Imp. affording a maximum of Cmpine experience at a minimum Cue. "it is the only kosher all bys camp in the southeastern part the United States. I irvin Montgomery, athletic di%  ctor. is former basketball and lack team coach at UCLA, and Is announced a special track profam. which will be open to 20 jen-ase boys who can qualify. [Rabbi Stanley Weiss, local eduLtor and camp director, predicts T capacity enrollment this year. lor lurther inlormation he can bo [mailed al JE 1 7919. Pine Forest Camp |Pine Forest tamp organization crates four camps within a rau.< nf three miles <>l each other Greeley, Pike County, in the pcono Mountains of Pcnnsyl}ma. lour and one-half hours by anc and car from Miami Airport. |Thi camps include co educationPine Foresl Camp, limited to campers, 6 to lti; Lake Owego kmp. limited io 100 boys only, Dm 8 to 15; Timber Tops, limited 1 loo girls, from 8 to 15: and fcorn Village for preschool and Irsery school boys and Kills, limI to 40. The camps feature personal atntion to each camper and an allelusive program of water sports, nletics. scouting, music, dancing, pps, plus Friday night and Satday services. purses and doctors live on the bunds in a fully-equipped infirm%  Owner-directors since 1931, EdF 1 Black. Marvin E. Black, Id S. Halpcrn and their wives frefully observe the progress, Jnwth and development of each Imper. Write 1541 N. Bayshore Dr.. MiON 6 3244: Mam Kaplan WA 2ami or call FR 1 7858. FR 9 8601. 1162 or WA 3-1577. Hebrew Academy Summer Day Camp Children 4 through 13—2400 Pinetree Dr. (Air conditioned). For information call 532-6421 GEORGIA Sky lake Camps Boys and Girls 6 to 17—Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Local representatives: Ira Steinmetz and Sid Greenspan, directors. Write P.O. Box 3355. Miami or phone Dade, 624-0692 or Broward. 9892137. NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Camp Girls and Boys 7 to 17—Located in Hendersonville. Write to Herman M. and Harry G. Popkin, 1100 Crescent Ave. N.E., Atlanta. Ga. In Greater Miami area contact Mrs. Li I Rosen. FR 1-8205: Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 or HI 6-0817; Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, Camp Judaea For Boys and Girls—Located in Hendersonville. Strict kashmth : observed. For local information. Director Frank Farbenbloom. 945-9665 Miami: or Don Prichason. UN 60673 or 759-4369; or write 50 Whitehall St.. Atlanta. Ga. > Camp Osctola Boys and Girls 6 through 15— Located in Horseshoe. Strict supervision Owned and operated by Irwin B. Marshall, principal. For information call HI 5-3585. PENNSYLVANIA Pine forest Coma. In the Pocono Mountains — 4M hours from Miami Airport to camp by plane and car. Separate facilities for Boys and Girls 6 to 16. For information and brochures contact Fithian Studio of Dancing and Drama. JE 1-7883. or Theda Shapiro, 238-0864. UJA Reports Figure of $25,334,000 DETROIT — (JTA) — Max II. Fisher, general chairman of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, stated here that early campaign results reported from nearly 100 communities showed that they had increased their 1965 results for both UJA and local Jewish needs by an average of 11 percent, as com pared to 1964. The L.JA general chairman told members of the organization"* .'itman executive committee, meeting at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, that 97 communities — exclusive of New York City — had reported $2.1.334.000 raised thus far, as compared with $22,698,000 raised in a similar period for 1964. The New York City opening meeting was set for later this week, he announced. Mr. Fisher called tho results thus far "most encouraging." But he warned that "with only a quarter of the campaign completed, American Jews must give more and work longer and harder" to assure that the total raised this year exceed* last year's. "It is urgent that the needs of nearly three-quarters of a million poopie in Israel and throughout the world who look to UJA be answered with increased generosity and harder campaigning," he said The meeting also heard Louis A. Pincus. treasurer of the Jewish Agency, report that "immigration to Israel is continuing at an exf ceedingly high level." The last four years saw 250.000 immigrants come to Israel. Mr. Pincus declared adding, "This was the longest sustained period of heavy immigration into Israel since the country's first lew years.'' Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, of New York. UJA executive vice chairman, was another >peaker at the meeting which drew top American Jew ish leaders from more than a dozen major communities throughout the country. In other business at the meeting, the UJA leaders set plans for sending a •*dy mission of outstanding Jewish communal leaders to Europe and Israel, next October, to ascertain the problems which will require American Jewish aid in 1966. Other matters discussed included plans for the organization's national annual conference in December THE HEBREW ACADEMY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES! THE OPENING OF A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 through 13 of Entire Greater Miami Area IN OUR OWN FULLY AIR CONDITIONED SCHOOL BUILDING 8-WEEK SESSION JUNE 14 through AUG. 13 $200.00 for the entire 8-week session FEE INCLUDES: Free Bus Transportation and Hot Lunches in Our Beautifully Equipped Dining Hall — Snacks PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING instructions for beginners and intermediates SPORTS and ATHLETICS baseball, basketball, ARTS and CRAFTS volleyball, etc. DRAMATICS MUSIC PRIVATE TUTORING IN HEBREW AND ALL ACADEMIC SUBJECTS ALL ACTIVITIES UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED, WELL-TRAINED SPECIALISTS We promise eight weeks of fun and pleasure Activities galore for a child to treasure FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 532-6421 HIGH IN THE BLUE RID6E MOUNTAINS LaKS 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 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE SKY LAKE CAMPS P O BOX 335S. MIAMI. FLORIDA TEL DADl 624. 0617 • BROWAT) <*'J?I3I I. A STEINMETZ SID GREENSPAN Director ryVVvV/VVvVVVvVVVVVVVV/VV'AVvV CAMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE, NORTH CAROUNA-ln Beautiful NX. Mountain Area STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 PLAN NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM Strict Supervision — Owned & Operated By MR. ERWIN B. MARSHALL Principal For Information now, call HI 5-3585 An Outstanding Mountain Camp in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania 4Vi HOURS From Miami Airport to Camp by Plane I Cor. Greeley-Pike Co., Pa. PINE FOREST CAMP 34 YEARS WITH THE SAMt IAMIIY LEADERSHIP -UNCll HUGHIf BLACK "None So Wise As The Experienced," Ben Sira, Chap. 34. • Separate Facilities for Boys & Girls, 6 to 16 • Sailing — Canoeing Skiing • Emphasis on Athletics Especially Basketball Clinics • Experienced Mature Staff • New York World's Fair Trip • Acorn Village for 4 to 6 Years Old For Information and Brochures Contact Our Local Representatives Fithian Studior of Dancing & Drama 323 W. 47th St., M.B., JE 1-7883 Theda Shapiro 8391 S.W. 142nd St., Miami 238-0864 • Resident Doctor and Nurses • Sabbath Services CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A DIFFERENCE HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. OUR 12th SEASON BOYS & GIRLS 3rd lOtti GRADES IN THE PICTURESQUE BLUE KIDdt MOUNTAINS alI 465 8 WEEKS $245 4 WEEKS tin T ? E r USUAl CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming Instrue• & iiif..Il" 0 ,, ~ Dramatics Nature Study Comp-Ou* Etc. uffiH! 1 PR0CR AM BRINGING THI SPIRIT OF ISRAEL TO OUR b* • I I ~ l ro,li Fo,k Dancing and Singing Discussion Groups P„-* L ~ AS IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Scouts Will • nEnta&Lft! in,,re Se "• ttHK T KA l HRUTH 0 BSVED. Bii ,he Mon Y Outstanding Scenic Attractions of the Blue ""J and Smoky Mountains. La FRANK FARBENBLOOM, Director, 945-9665, Miami or DON PRICHASON, UN 6-0673 or 759-4369 or Write SO Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. S.. *]* %  OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION PonsoredBy Hadauah end Zionist Orgoniratron of America 'A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose" BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (tO mffes from ArteWHe m ffte Bhfe Rfsfge Moonfbirts) GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS 18 th SEASON Campers meet at nearby NEW 24-Hour resort Airport IN GRIATtR MIAMI AREA PlEASt CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 1-8205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 or HI 6-0817 DR. 4 MRS. IRVING BERNSTEIN UN 6-3244 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 5O0-acre Private Estate With two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason BASKETBALL CAMP. Special Creative Arts (enter for Dance. Drama & Art. Also 7-Day Israeli Folk-Dance Workshop by Fred Berk. Dietarv Laws Observed. CALL LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT OR Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS For NEW 50-Page CATALOGUE: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin Full-time Winter Address: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309 or Call Area Code 404-872-4723