The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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fewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 14
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 2.
1965
Three Sections Price ZQe
March
lacked
?ss U.S.
IK (JTA) Fresh
Ef Jewish support lor'
tittle [or voting rights.
bared to the historic
irch in Alabama, was
meek from many com-
i hi Massachusetts
by Rabbi II. Bruce
r' vlabama to join
lOrin Lehman, secre
tnii:n an Jewish Com
i legation of the
bib and stafl which
fctgon prj. They took
|nal k i)l the march to
capital.
a nephew of the late
tm : : and Sen, Her-
In who.se family orig
l in Montgomery. Near-
lets and members ol
In ,i q i ii Congress
lion-, "i the country re-
fa call from Dr. Mar-
Kin Jr.. to join the
frch
of Orthodox Jewish
>ns of America an-
reation of a special
Ion Human Rights with
pate aim of aiding Ne-
parts of the country,
t'ng the special com-
esident Moses Feur-
bree members went to
join in the Freedom
kmbc ol members of
bal Assembly of Greater
|il a i rons ol 2.500 Ne-
fhites who marched in
lianii in protest the at-
(ee mi marchers in Sol-
fined 0'- Pjqe 3-A
Ml 0N KHONISH
ponwiJc ri-cogn'fion
Approve Plan for First
National Study of Jews
lav INC KA.VE
fu-opc.-in discvss.'ons
Go Ida Tells
Parliament
About Ties
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli-
American relations are good, and
CC~Operation between Israel and the
United States is "very close." Mrs.
Golds Meir, the Foreign Minister.
Monday told the Knesset. The re-
cent mission here by W. Averel!
llarriman. President Johnson's
special emissary, "contributed
much to mutual understanding."
she declared. She made these state-
ments in the course of a wide-
ranging report to Parliament, to
which she presented her Ministry's
annual budget.
As to other governments aside
from the U.S.A. she said, there
are both understandings and dif-
ferences stemming perhaps from
divergent opinion on how to at-
tain the mutual purposes of Israel
and those states which desire peace
in this region. "Our views are not
always the same in assessing the
dangers." She stated. She added
that Israel feels that greater pres-
sures exerted against aggressive
ness would prevent more b gres
- on in this area
In the Middle East, she af-
firmed, Israel favors full disarm-
ament unc"er mutual controls. But
she urged the powers supplying
Egypt's President Nasser with
arms to consider the use to which
he would make of those military
resources. The Middle East re-
maning piit of the cold war zone
enables Nasser to resort to black-
mail, she charged. Nasser, she
said, is also responsible tor the
introduction of modern arms in-
to the area, and he is "gam-
bling" on conflicts in various
countries to bolster his position.
She warned against the "false
atmosphere of relaxation" the Ar-
Continued on Paqe 9-A
. NEW YOP.K-(JTA>-The Coun
cil of Jewish Federations and Wei-
fare Funds approved this week
ai a directors meeting a report of
its Special Committee on Popula-
tion Studies recommending the
first comprehensive national studs
of American Jewry. The board di-
rected that steps be taken to im-
plement a studv design prepared by
social scientists over a two-year
period. Local and regional studies
will be included.
Dr. Max w. Bay, ot Los Angeles,
a CJFWF \ice president and chair-
man of the board's committee on
the national toundation project, and
Dr. Fred Massarik, chairman of the
CJFWF Technical Committee on
Population Studies reported the
plan to the board
The CJFWF board also voted
for affiliation with the new non-
sectarian Citizens Crusade
Against Poverty, a broad nation-
al Citizen's group under the chair-
manship of Walter P. Reuther,
president of the United Automo-
bile Workers. The group was es-
tablished to mobilize widespread
and intensive support by develop-
ing "non-partisan programs of
education and activity designed
to eliminate poverty from the life
of this nation."
Philip Bernstein, executive di-
rector n| the CJFWF, reported that
American Jews are committed to a
poverty struggle which requires
total community planning. He in-
formed the board of a series of in-
ter faith consultations, involving
leaders of America's three major
religious groups, which was organ-
zed two years a 140 and now meets
four times a yea,- "to look at com-
mon problems."
Herbert II. Schiff, of Columbus,
().. chairman of the Council's
Campaign Services Committee, re-
ported that several Federation
Campaigns across the country were
now running IS to 20 percent ahead
Of I9G4. But he cautioned common.
itj leaders to make sure that later
sifts continue the pace set by lead-
ership contributions, which are rec-
ognized as "the best gilts."
Board members applauded the
report that B'nai B'rith and its
Anti-Defathation League have re-
joined the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council. Stress
ing the importance of fullest co-
operation in this sphere of activity
were Alan V. Lowenstein. of New-
ark, chairman of the Council's Com-
mittee on Cooperation in this field:
Dore Senary, of Los Angeles; and
Lewis H. Wcinstein, of Boston.
The group welcomed a report
Continued on Page 16-A
r-nii/r- BERNSTEIN
leadership meetings
British Mideast Views
Outlined for Eshkol
IN MEETINGS WITH WIISON
PAGE I2-A
LONDON (JTA) Prime Min-skiers it .mportant to,- the mam
ister Harold Wilson, in his meetings tcnance of peace in the area that
with Israel's Premier Levi Eshkol
since last Thursday, told the Is-
raeli leader that a military bal-
ance should be preserved between
forces coin,.'rued in the Arab-
Israeli disputes, a spokesman tor
the Foreign Office declared here.
Expressing oppositi n to the arms
race is: the Middle East, Mr Wil-
son also told Mr. Eshkol, according
lo the spokesman, that: l) Britain
opposes the use of force or the
threat of force by any government
in the Middle East area. 2) Opposes
interferences by any country in
the region with the internal affairs
en any other country: 3i Opposes
encouragement of subversion in
the region: -11 Reiterates the Brit-
ish Governments policy to the el
fect that all countries have a right
to arms for their defense, but con-
an Arab Israel military balance be
preserved,
A spokesman for the Govern-
ment, summarizing Mr. Eshkol's
Continued on Page 8-A
Erhard's
Envoy Maps
Final Talks
BONN (JTA' Dr Kurt Bir-
renbach, Chancellor Ludwig Er-
hard's personal emissary, was
scheduled to make his third, and
probably final visit, to Israel late
last week as Bonn's negotiator on
West German Israel diplomatic ties
Chancellor Erhard said that dip
lomritie relations between West
Germany and Israel would be es
tablished by the federal govern-
ment "neither with exaggerated
haste nor with anj unnecessarj
delay."
He made the statement at a
meeting cf his Christian Demo-
cratic faction in the Bundestag,
Continued on Page 10-A
Mixed Reaction jNoted
To Statute Extension
AT HELM OF ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION
bbi Kronish Heads Drive
'' n Kronish. who has
mil,ii |,.i
" behalf of Israel
chairman ol the
I Israel Bond Or-
louncement of
made this
J Schwartz.
' tad ol the
nization, and
Leonard Rl sen. incumbent Miami
'hairman
The appointment of Rabbi Kro-
nish whj has served for the past
four years as national Israel Bond
chairman for synagogues and
tomples, followed conferences
with local and national leaders
c'uri.ig the recent international
Israel Bond inaugural conference
i.i Miami.
In his capacltj as national chair-
man for synagogues and temples.
Rabbi Kronish has been one ol the
hief architects of the record-
break n. Israel Bend campaigns
11 the pasl several year- on a
national level, as well as in Great-
er Miami.
The Official installation Ol Kab.11
Kronish in his new post will take
Continued on Page 14-A
fOUR MORE YlAkS
BONN (JTA) Mixed reac-
tions to the Bundestag's vote to ex-
tend the statute of limitations tor
the prosecution of Nazi war crim-
inals by four and a half years only
came here last weekend from Jew-
ish leaders and from organized
German trade unions.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
of the World Jewish Congress, ar-
ecp ed the Parliament'*! action
"basically." but voiced a reserva-
tion Now. he said, "one must wait
1 see what further material on
Nazi climes will be found and used
DJ German prosecutors."
Dr. Hendrick van Dam, general
secretary of the Central Council
of Jev s in Germany, hailed the
"great majority" by which the
Rundestaq passed the prolonga-
tion of the statute beyond the old
tut-off date cf May 8, 1965. Rob-
PAGE 10-A
rl Kempnc, iormer American
prcsecutcr at the War Crimes
Tribunal conducted by the Allied
powers after the war, called the
step "a practical solution." But
the West German Confederation
of Labor labeled the Parliament
action *n "unsatisfactory com-
promise."
Rabbi Joachim Prinz, president
ol the American Jewish Congress
now visiting West Germany, called
'lie vole "a tragedy for Germany"
and told an audience of Berlin Jews
that public opinion would be
Ij critical of the decision. He said
the proposed extension was "not
sufficient." The image of thr
.' the orld is
id no storm but 1
slight bre :e 1- "ne< d 1
Continued on Page 2-A


rage 2-A
Dr. Milton Saslcrw. director of research in epidemiology for
he Dade County Department of Public Health, presents
nwards of bocks to winners of the Hebrew Academy of Great-
er Miami Science Fair. Left to right are Jane Post and Shari
Pollack, first prize winners in the eighth grade competition,
*rho had a project on genetics, and Robert Reinhard. seventh
grade first prize winner for his project on chemistry. Camera
shy was ninth grade winner Sheldon Weiss, who had a pro-
eel on blood pressure.
Mixed Reaction is Noted
To Extension of Statute
Continued from Pigc 1-A
he told a meeting of the Jew-
-h community of Berlin
.Meanwhile. Chancellor Ludwifj
Erhard appoint nil Max Weber, a
itian Democrat.
ic Party, to the post oi Minister
. Jllsl I by Dr. Ewal :
cher. The latter, who had in-i-'
i-I that no extension whatever be
resigned immediately afte.
-.ne Bundestag vote He led his
Democrats, in rat-
ing against nn the mild move
. tpproved bj I'arliament
Dr. John Slawson, executive
/ice president of the American
Jewish Committee, welcomed on
aehalf of the AJCommittee, the
exteniion of the deadline from
May 8, 1965 to December 31, 1969,
jut added the organization's "re-
gret and disappointment" that a
-ninimum 10-year extension had
not been approved.
The decision taken by the Bun
'e*taa. said Dr Slawson. "clearly
.-ecoenizes '.Vest Germany's contin-
: tag responsibilities to remove the
estiget 'it the Hitler period A' the
- :me time we note with regret and
isappointment that a minimum 10-
; ear exten.-ion vu not approved.
As recently stated by our board
of governors, the America Jewish
Committee hopes that West Ger-
many will continue to be vigilant
against all intimations of Nazi.
anti-Semitic and authoritarian ide-
- We repeat that hope to-
day."
The Jew ish Labor Committee, in
'mer.t by its executivi <
retary, Benjamin Tabachnik. also
expressed its "great disappoint-
ment" over the short, new cut-off
date voted by the Bundestag "As
long as the generation of the mur-
Meiers of the 6.000.000 victims of
Nazism is (till alive." the state-
ment adopted by the JLC's presid-
ium pledged. "Jewish workers and
the Jewish people as a whole will
not give up the search for the mur-
dertrs and the effort to'bring to
justice the Nazis guilty of the
mass murders.
Dr. Max N'tissbaum. chairman ot
the American Zionist Council, said
in a statement that the Bundestag
decision is a "great disappoint
n ent It is enough of a gesture
SO a> not to condemn it. but not
enough of statesmanship to rejoice
over It." he said. "What the world
expected from Bonn was not a
move of expedience but an act of
atonement. It is in the area of mor-
ality that Bonn has failed us again."
TOfficial'sPaper
Is Lead Article
In Service Journal
A professional paper by Emanuel
Tropp. associate director ot the
YM YWHA of Greater Miami, is
featured as the lead article in the
spring issue of the Journal of Jew-
ish Communal Service, which ap-
peared last week.
The article, entitled "Groat In-
tent and Group Structure: Essen-
tial Criteria for Group Work Prac-
tice. is an attempt to formulate a
new approach toward analyzing the
contribution of the social group
v ork method to modern society
In his paper, Tropp develops a
new system for classifying all
group types, which he follows
with a comparative study of the
ways in which the group woric
profession differs from others
that deal with groups. He utilizes
concepts from political science
and organization theory to cast
new light on the varieties of
"group structure."
Based upon the knowledge now
available in the social sciences.
Tropp states, the group work field
is on the threshhold of tapping
largely-untouched human potential.
He proposes that the established
group service agencies, such as
the Jewish Community Centers,
aim for an "optimum" in meet-
ing the needs of the forgotten
"normal person" so that the rela-
tions between human beings with-
in organized society can be raised
to a much higher level of meaning
and purpose than presently exists
The Journal is published quar-
terly by the National Conference of
ill Communal Service and is
circulated amon; professional and
lay leaders in all of th"1
cial services throughout the
try
Tropp h i has been with the lo-
cal "Y" for almost 13 years, ha-
atena! previousfj published
in EsqaiK The Group. The Family.
Camping Masazine. Recreation
Magazine, and in the group work
textbook entitled "Foundations and
Frontiers of Group Work "
Fnday. April 1
Beth David Yoga Classes
Mr-. Edward Goldberg is chair-
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dasses in A-oga conducted by Eve
Diskin. of the' American Institute
of Yoga, held Mondays at 8 p.m..
and Tuesdays at 10 a.m.. in the
Social Hall
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Friday, April 2. 1965
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Page &A
^
Florida Department JWV Cites Heller;
Offers Variety of Major Resolutions
Presentation of an Award of
Achievement to Daniel Nea] Hel-
ler was the highlight of the Council
of Administration meeting ol the
Florida Department ol the Jev ish
War V*i ti rani oi the U.S A. held
in Surfside last week.
voting rights. A telegraph copy
nt the resolution was dispatched
to Dr. King just as the march to
Selma commenced.
lEvening o:
theater for the Dan Crcvitts (left> and the Al Kahns
The Florida Department also ap-
propriated siootowatd the Depart-
ment Library Awareness Program.
Heller was named and cited by The money, to be supplemented by !
the Department of Florida tor his posts and individual contributions.
leadership as past national com- will be used for the purchase of
mander of the Jewish War Veter- books relating to American patri- ,
ans of the U.S.A. otic activities of persons of the
The award was made available 't'"'sl1 faith and to be presented
by The Jewish Floridian and the ,0 Publ'c and private school li-
Foundation for a Graphic History bn^es,
of Jewish Literature.
from Senior Vice Commander Jack:
Berman on the recent meeting
Tampa.
Other budgetary recommenda-
tions were made by a commit-
tee headed by Lou Deutsch. Alsc
established was an award for th>
outstanding post in the Depar-
iv.cr.f of Florida-
Appointed as department
pitaiizalion officer was Mon )
Golombeck, of Miami, and appoil
ed department deputy command*
crs were Arthur Skop. of Tampa,
and Col. Harold Roussman. o
lando.
lot Coconut Grove Playhouse is also occasion for birthday
Italk. Gloria Cravitt and Susan Kahn have the same birth
Idate Mar. 11, and their husbands share Dec. 2 as their birth
Idate' The Kahns live at 12921 SW 72nd Ave. The Cravitts
.at 9260 SW 59th St.
ilabama March
riven Backing
tcross Nation
Continued from Page 1-A
About one-third of the marchers
re white Rabbi Herbert Baum-
prd. president ol the Rabbinical
;>ociation. led the rabbinical par-
cipants. R a h b i Haumgard and
Leon Kronish took part in
acting the services at the Creator
IrthM AMI). Church where the
larch ended
iThe director of the Anti-Defa-
Jation League ol B'nai R'rith, who
tk part in the civil rights march
Alabama, announced that the
apie will "expand and strength-
its southern operation by es-
ihshins an area headquarters,
*ntng i new office and enlfirg-
Ig its southern staff. Benjamin R.
|l*tein also declared that five
)L officials would go to Ala-
i.iia to join the right marchers.
Agency Wins Twin Award
Cross/Greenman Advertising.
Inc., of Hollywood, midway be-
tween Miami and Fort Lauder-
dale, scored a double-header in
this year's annual advertising com-
petition staged by the Fourth Dis-
trict. Advertising Federation of
America, receiving awards from
the advertising clubs of both cities.
ROSE KATZ UNVEILING
T,'-n Monument
I tht hie
ROSE KATZ
M'f i' b Kara
Sunday, April 4, at 2 p.m.
-: Ml I littery until
Rd^ S .V officiating.
I Rel Itives arc
\ to Attend.
Arrangements in charge of
nmer Miami Monument Company
Academy Opens
Member Drive
Miami Beachite Oscar Mamber,
a vice president of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, has
been appointed membership chair-
man of the school.
Mamber, who lives at 1002 Merid-
1 inn Ave.. was appointed by Louis
Merwtter, Hebrew Academy presi-
dent.
A meeting of the Membership
Committee of the school, with
Mamber presiding, will be held
Sunday at the home of Hebrew
Academy Principal Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, 3512 Flamingo Dr.
"We need a grass roots member-
ship in order to broaden the base
ol the Academy for support and
maintenance," Mamber said, add-
in- that the goal would be for 500
members. Present membership of
'the Hebrew Academy is 300 mem-
bers.
Mamber has been active in the
[ Hebrew Academy since its incep-
! tion 18 years ago. He's also an of-
1 ficer in Temple Emanu El and a
1 member of the Board of Governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Ainslee R. Ferdie, comman-
der of the Department of Flor-
ida, presented Heller with the
citation "in recognition of Hel-
lar't service on a national, inter-
national, state and local level
in the interest of the two-fold
purposes of Americanism and
Judaism."
In accepting the award, Heller
declared that 'the honor bestowed
on me is symbolic of the outstand-
ing work done by the Jewish War
Veterans of Florida and the other
states, on the vital issues facing
the Jewish community in this day
and age."
Attending the meeting were Re-
gional Commander Albeit Sch-
wartz, of Atlanta. Ga.. who com-
A report was offered concern-
ing participation in the commun-
ity school programs of Dade
County by Daniel Abramowiti,
with particular emphasis on the
Miami Beach Post 330 program
of physical fitness headed by
Barry Felix.
A department award was estab-
lished presenting an outstanding
community activity or civic pro-
gram.
A report by Nat Brown on the
continued increase of service to
VA hospitals was heard.
A message was given by Assis-
tant State Service Officer of the
State of Florida Veterans Affairs
Commission. E. C. Kestler, on the
establishment of Jewish War Vet-
erans National Service Offices in
Pesach Program
Slated by WVCG
WVCG-FM will broadcast a B| -
cial Festival of" Passover program
on Thursday. Apr. 15. at 8 p.m.
The program will feature a ser-
vice composed and conducted by
Sholom Secunda and Richard Tuck.
er, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
Company. Music of the Seder will
be included.
The program will be broadcast m
FM and FM-stereo at 105.1 mg.
pyOB ''31D ftttDV 3"in
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mended the department on its out- the regional office at Pass-a-Grille,
standing membership program,
and lifetime memoer of the Na-
tional Executive Committee Mac
Frankel. also of Atlanta, who re-
ported on important matters per-
taining to personnel. Harry Har-
rison, of the National Shrine, also
attended.
enabling war veterans to give pow-
er of attorney to the Jewish War
Veterans in claim cases so that
JWV may handle claims both on
a department and national level.
Continued support was voiced of
the Ad Hoe Committee on Soviet
anti-Semitism, after receiving re-
Among actions taken by the 'ports from Arnold Fein and Ralph
Council of Administration was a Grossman. Continued support
resolution supporting President was also given to the department
Johnson and Rev Martin Luther commanders' conference and legis
King in the non-violent demonstra- lation for a veterans' home in the
tion of Negroes in Alabama tor State of Florida, after a report
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WARSAW
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Yarmulkes Among
Freedom Marchers
We are not quite sure of the sig-
nificance of Yarmulkes amonq the
freedom marchers from Selma to
Montgomery last week. On the one
hand, we are delighted to learn that
Negro participan's wore the Yar-
mulkes in respectful emulation of the
rabbinic marchers among them, in-
cluding no less a distinguished per-
sonality than Dr. Abraham Heschel,
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, who was asked by Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. to take a posi-
i of honor at the heed of the
group.
On the o'.her, it seems a strange
and even expedient use of a relig-
ious article. We can hardly disaaree
with the Negro explanation that
"wherever the freedom movement is,
God is to be found there," but the
apparent Jewish elation at the prag-
ma'.ic purpose to which the Yarmul-
kes were put suggests a strange dis-
regard of one's own spiritual sanct-
ity at any cost.
Clearly, as we have repeatedly
indicated in these columns, the civil riqhts
movement is one of the most profoundly signif-
icant in the history of our nation, not alone
because of the blood that has already been
shed in its name, but because it is basic to the
meaning of American principles of democracy.
In this context, Jews are as sensitive and
as willing to contribute as any of their fellow
citizens if not, indeed, more. But it does not
seem quite clear that the compromise of one's
religious esteem is the price to be paid.
*
The Selma Outrage
The wide variety of Jewish organizations
throughout the nation that have voiced their
indignation at the Selma, Ala., events are join-
ing hands with Americans of good-will every-
where who recognize that the restraint to the
guaranteed freedoms of our Negro citizenry is
a threat to the freedom of us all.
The American Jewish Committee, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Association
of Reform Rabbis of New York City, and the
National Community Relations Advisory Coun-
cil in the guise of seven of its affiliate agencies:
American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, Jewish War Veterans, National Council
of Jewish Women, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations and the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, are among the many major institutions
that have gone on record in voicing their re-
vulsion at the high-handed tactics of Gov. Wal-
lace, of Alabama, the City of Selma, and those
of its citizens who still seek to turn back time
in the advance of human affairs.
By the expression of their concern, our
Jewish institutions are in the mainstream of the
nation's progressive drive toward giving prac-
tical meaning to the American ideals that all
men are created egual and that, without regard
to race or creed, they are entitled to life, liberty,
the pursuit of happinessand the secret ballot.
Friday, April 2. 1965
29 Adar 5725
April 2, J
DIERRE SALINGER ,,
r Million Dollar LSI
meeting of ,hl CombmS^
uh Appeal or, St.nday at *"'
Fontainebleau Hotel that ni
is a meaning] effort no.u'
o the Jewish .on,^ H
to all Americans, as wall n
ticularly, he laid emjEL*
the viability of Iw2f s,;
ical. military and econS
affairs. The breast D ?<
ing previously heard optimistic reports by a variety of divi*
the success of the campaign thus far. To spur the effort f"i
Salinger noted that the mounting spiral of armaments in .u'0^!
during (he week
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affairs. The'bre'a'kf.^*"
5 by a variety of divi
the success of the campaign thus far. To spur the effort
Salinger noted that the mounting spiral of armaments jn th. i
East is ineluctably designed to destroy Israel. The form. i2*
idential press secretary noted quite simply: "The Commun't''*
giving weapons to the Arabs; while the great Western powers'* "*
to be failing to meet their commitment to Israel.'' ^
Added Salinger: "I believe the United States must make it i_
that if Nasser is going to pit East against West ft the escalatiaj
race, we intend cutting out our aid." 8al|
There was something in the phraseology and the deliver*
illiil Hip iimim*! WHIS, foVrrrer,'thief, the late President KU
it U- v,.l,.,.,....------------______J____*.il____ ""I
But. if Mr. Salinger underscored our failure to meet our commhiS
to Israel, he was certainly treading on dangerous ground fin. J?!
to israei. ne was certainly ireamng on dangerous ground. One
before his tragic assassination, Mr. Kennedy did a slow burn n I
action to a clause approved by both the House and Senate 4 "
then current Foreign Aid Bill, which aimed at refusing assijti I
viet Jews will have their own matzoh during
the Passover holiday.
We remember, however, similar "official"
statements in the past all of them denied
within weeks before the advent of Passover.
In fact, the pattern has been that the earlier the
announcement was made, the more vigorously
was it denied in the end.
to nations abroad guilty of aggression or aggressive intent
Among other things. Mr. Kennedy flatly declared that ui
of eighty percent of American aid to Egypt was in the form o-'J
plus food, an argument repeated only recently bj President John
for continuing to service Nasser despite his insult ommml
tion that we jump into the sea.
SKATING ON THIN ICE
t^jOWHERE IN Mr. Kennedy's argument on i
i!kI he confi thai surphi fi od r< li
ry needs to be translated into Made-in-the-So
marines and other wet; ol war
Hence, Mr i who was Presidei t K< ,
tary, and inter Mr. Johnson's, certainly seemed to
ice in his current! rtable as
Israel's rising militarj difficulties Nevertheless 3
ard in tin image of the New Frontier agaii
with .i second responsibility: this time forthright! .1
i ii government will not stand by and see the Aral I
security in another vital area the threat to di
In a continuing bird's eye view of issues that concern the Jeigl
community and. by implication, the Combined Jewish App I
Salinger reached out to examine the West German statute of kmiu-l
tions on the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. Then- can never hi
a limit to the ferreting out of those responsible for the worst ramil
in human history, he boldly declared, assessing the Bonn d::uioal
extend the statute through 1969 as meaningless.'
Turning to the question of Soviet anti-Semitism. Mr Salingsl
nostalgically noted that even though he had only been a mpmbel
of the United States Senate for five months, he wa- glad "I hadal
hand in voting for the resolution'" condemning Russian anti Jeia|
practices.
CJA's Million Dollar Breakfast m
The Combined Jewish Appeal Million Dol-
lar Breakfast on Sunday at the Fontainebleau
Hotel was a happy occasion for more reason
than that it served as the occasion for the 1965
CJA campaign to go over the million mark to-
ward the achievement of the drive's $1,435,080
goal.
The large capacity attendance, represent-
ing a significant cross-section of 'he Greater
Miami Jewish community's organizations and
leaders, exuded the warmth and enthusiasm,
the spirit of optimism and cooperation so neces-
sary to a successful drive.
This double-barreled achievement bodes
well not alone for the 1965 Combined Jewish
Appeal, but for the future of our Jewish com-
munity's welfare endeavor, which began to
brighten last year and which now seems hope-
ful once more.
Matzoh-Baking in Moscow
From Paris comes a report via the Soviet
Union Press Agency Novosti that matzoh is al-
ready being baked in the USSR in preparation
for the forthcoming Passover holiday.
Novotti declares that the board of the
Moscow Central Synagogue has organized the
matzoh-baking in a suburb of the city and that
1,000 pounds are being baked daily. Before
Passover, the news agency declares, some
thirty tons will be ready and available for use.
We would like to believe the report. For
whatever political reason the announcement is
being released, we would like to feel that So-
Judge Cypen Reelected
The reelection of Judge Irving Cypen to a
.ixth term as president of the Jewish Home for
the Aged is a tribute to one of our community's
distinguished and well-deserving leaders.
Judge Cypen has an enviable record of
con'^ibutions to a variety of civic, welfare and
religious organizations. On the Circuit Court
Bench, to which he was appointed by former
Gov. LeRoy Collins, and where he later won
reelection unopposed. Judge Cypen rapidly
achieved the respect of the legal profession for
his exemplary capability.
And, both before and since his tenure.
Judge Cypen has performed similar service of
repute in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Temple Emanu-El, United Fund, Kiwanis and
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
Throughout his presidency of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, the Home has made steady
progress toward the achievement of one of the
outstanding institutions for the elderly in the
nation.
Judge Cypen's reelection to a sixth term
indicates the Home's regard for his leadership,
no less than his own dedication to the com-
munity in which he lives and serves.
f AILING TO MllT MIS OWN COMMITMENT
R. SALINGER'S fifteen-minute address was climaxed by umuhI
Kennedy-ism, a call for moral outrage in our society. "We sl
wrong." he said. "We participate in movements to alleviate i!. nil
then we retreat. There is no constancy." Referring particularly ti|
hate and intolerance in Selma and Birmingham, Mr. Salinger del
dared that "it is not enough to be outraged only when someone |
killed ... We need constancy of outrage."
To make his point more meaningful, the former Presidential preal
secretary referred to his just-concluded eight-day stay in Europtl
where, he observed, U.S. race relations are a major concern. Cotl
pleting his presentation, Mr. Salinger deftly returned to his Kennrtfl
ism. The American Jewish community, he said, is a symbol of *l
constancy of effort needed in our nation as a whole the constutJ|
toward moral outrage.
Mr. Salinger's address proved disappointing from two points d|
view: first, that its brevity failed to meet his own commitment |
the importance of the occasion: second, and as a consequence, tbsj
t touched briefly on a variety of issues onlv tenuouslj relatd |
the purpose of the breakfast and. indeed, to the Combined Je*|
Appeal at large.
It remained for Dr. Irving Lehman, chairman of the 1965 CM
bined Jewish Appeal, to bring passion to both the occasion -*r i tj
purpose. Iii a roundup address, he offered a significant 1
of the meaning of CJA and precisely why so man) 'aJ
out on a Sunday morning to hear a million doll., repm
Tor his own part, Mr. Salinger seemed content to speak off-the-catj
such a way as to suggest he had done no think:; 'hand
Certainly, Mr. Salinger would have preferred that H ;: ;>-jr **1
wise; on the other hand, he did liitlc homework
lus content.
AN EXCITING BREAKEAST DESPITE HIM
A LL OF WHICH brings me back to a favorite to] I
the Jewish communal insistence upon glamorous pi
as a focus for their organization endeavor to insure a successful !
II ever there existed a need for what Mr. Salinger called n;'ir3'!|i|
rage, it is precisely in this regard. However exalted his '^'H
political associations, and however sophisticated his casual *W"~J
to preparing for Sunday's breakfast. Mr. Salinger failed bj any |
urc to approach Dr. Lehrman's effective presentation.
I do not here mean to suggest that Mr. Salinger failed A* I
of ability. On "Florida Forum" over Television Station I
Sunday evening. Mr. Salinger came into his own Field'"" 'VJ
of questions in the area of his expertise, journalism and Pr-*"ll
tions. he was both scintillating and stirring, a combination W 1
moved from his achievement earlier in the day. ^1
I'erhaps Mr. Salinger is new to the lecture trail linking theiA
communities in their philanthropic endeavor. In any ease, tn I
lion Dollar CIA Breakfast was a bright and exciting event, "^J
cant turn in the tide of all too manv previous years its d" I
participants, themselves, the force behind the success Mr *'.[J
was a gay and light between-the-acta feature, it would "!
unrealistic to say he was more than that. In the li'-ht ol m,> |
elusions, it would also be disenchanting to contemplate""
capacity audience had come mainly to hear him.


Friday, April 2. 1965
^Jewisti fit radian
Paqe 5-A
Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Past
51,077,000 Mark Toward 1965 Goal
The 1965 Combined Jewish Ap- seas, and I now appeal to you to
peal campaign took a giant step tell your friends the CJA story and
forward when 600 leaders attend- cont'ne to obtain pledges, not only
ing the CJA Million Dollar Break- f ft* who have given to the
past, but also to receive pledges
ast proouced an additional $113,- from those who should be and have
uuu in pledges to put the 1965 cam- not as yet become part of our
paign well over the million mark
with SI.077.000.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1965 CJA
chairman, chaired the breakfast.
community's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, our central philanthropic
agency."
Former U.S. Senator and Pres-
Members of the 1965 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budqet
Corr.ni.:tee will be chaired by David B. Fleeman, a vice pres-
ider.t c: Federation. Standing (left, to right) are L. Jules Arkin,
chairman, Study Committee on Community Relations Agen-
cies: Marshall S. Harris, chairman, Study Committee on Leis-
ure Time and Health Services.; and Harry B. Smith, chairman.
Study Committee on Family and Individual Services. Seated
(left '.o right' are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman, Study Com-
mittee on Cultural and Educational Agencies; Fleeman; and
Nortot. Pallot. vice chairman of the Budget Committee.
deration Vice President Fleeman Will
Serve as 1965 Budget Committee Chief
chairman. Study Committee on
Leisure Time and Health Services;
and Harry B. Smith, chairman.
Study Committee on Family and
Individual Services.
A significant change in proced-
ure will be carried out by the new
Budget Committee, it was an-
nounced by Fleeman. "Instead of
categorizing the agencies as local,
national, or overseas in the respon-
sibilities, the 1965 committees have
been formed along functional lines
so that members can compare the
needs of agencies offering related
01 allied services," he explained.
which took place Sunday at the idential Press Secretary Pierre Sal-
I-ontainebleau Hotel at which in-; inger told the breakfast that the
creased support was announced by nation should be constantly "mor-
Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the i ally outraged over civil rights." He
Women's Division; John N. Serbin,, also said that American Jews must
chairman of Residents; and Nor^onLdevote their zeal to American
Pallot and George TalianoffTproblems. and in turn that the
Trades and Professions co-chair-1 United States of America must pro-
tect Israel from its Arab neigh-
bors.
Da\ (I I Fleeman, vice president
b Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
(ration, will serve m chairman of
1965 Budget Committee, it was
I need bj Sidney Lefcourt, pres
ht'nt of Federation.
The B u (I g i' t Committee is
barged with the responsibility of
fllocating funds received in "the
nmia! Combined Jewish Appeal
ampsigri to the local, national,
ln pon and the CJA.
Flct-it'dn will be serving his sc-
lond term as chairman of the
|Budo.{ Committee and will be
assisted by Norton Pallot, Bud-
let Committee vice chairman.
I" I9W, the Budget Committee
its voluntary leadership allo-
wed $: 649.206. including $267,571
fcceived from the 1964 United
4, to Federation and Combined
Wish Appeal agencies in the Mi-
nn community, nationally, and in
pel and 27 countries around the
lorld.
[Fleeman announced that the fol-
ljng communal leaders accepted
Tisiiions mi the 1965 Budget Com-
itlee: Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chair-
Jan, Study Committee on Cultur-
al Educational Agencies; L.
|Mi Arkin, chairman, Study Corn-
tee i Community Relations
"es; Marshall S. Harris.
men.
Excluding the additional
amounts brought by workers to
the breakfast, the Trades and
Professions prior to the breakfast
had raised $253,000; and the Wo-
men's Division $121,000, all out-
standing increases.
Dr. Lehrman thanked the gath-
ering on behall of CJA's 41 agencies
"and lor your work in putting the
campaign well on the road to this
increased goal of $1,435,080.
"We need everyone's help in the
final and vital cleanup phase of
the campaign. Helping others is
the highest form of charity.'' Dr.
Lehrman said, "and the cornerstone
of Jewish tradition. I know that
all of you here have hearts that
care for those less fnrtunat
both in our community and over-
"The U.S.," he said, "must join
in protesting against the cessa-
tion of armaments shipments to
Israel and also protest against
continued anti-Semitism in the
Soviet Union."
He also called for a continuation
ol the prosecution of German war
criminals, stating that "there
should be no statute of limitations
ugainst those who committee such
heinous crimes."
Speaking of the "moral constan-
cy" needed to make the drive for
civil and human rights effective, he
noted that "It is up to the Jewish
commuBtty to share its leadership
ability which has been proven
through the United Jewish Appeal
and t h rou,;iJi ,tlw.J"d,t'ft.io(ns
throughout the country with mem-
bers of other races and religions
for a successful civil and moral
rights struggle."

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Mideast Views Outlined for Eshkol
Continued from Page 1-A
other major series of talks here,
with Foreign Secretary Michael
Stewart, said:
"Mr. Eshkol's visit has provid-
ed a welcome opportunity for
the Prime Minister and Foreign
Secretary to discuss with him,
in accordance with the friendly
relations between the two coun-
tries, a wic'e range of subjects
of mutual interests and concern,
especially Anglo Israeli rela-
tions and the situation in the
Middle East. Both sides felt
that Mr. Eshkol's visit nau ad-
vanced Anglo-Israeli understand-
ing and had successfully demon-
strated the continuing friendly
relations between the two coun-
tries."
A source close to the Foreign
Office also said that the Jordan
River water issue had been dis-
cussed in the lengthy talk between
Mr. Eshkol and Mr. Stewart. The
li'tter was reported to have made
it clear that Britain would deplore
any action to interfere with the
water supplies of any country in the
Middle East. Although Britain is
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The extensive tropical landscap-
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water plan, worked out on behalf
, ot the United States in 1955, Mr.
Eshkol was reportedly told by the
British Foreign Secretary that
Britain would consider the cnter-
1 ia set up bv the Johnston plan as a
! sensible yardstick for interpreta-
tion of the water rights of any of
the parties concerned.
The same source declared that
the Eshkol visit had resulted in no
change in British policy, but pro-
vided an opportunity for clarifi-
cation and reiteration of mutual
Anglo Israeli friendship. The
source said that both Britain and
the United States had agreed in
last weeks visit to Washington by
Mr. Stewart to coordinate their
Middle East policies. Both the
U.S.A. and Britain, this source said,
have Israel's interests at heart.
Minister of Defense Denis Heal-
ev was present during the Eshkol-
Stewart talks which Mr. Eshkol de-
scribed later as having left him
"very satisfied." There may be
differences of views "here or
there," he said, but on the whole
the talks were "friendly and use-
ful." He said that "there will, no
doubt, be more talks on a lower
level." He did not find, the Is-
raeli leader declared, any basic
differences in the appraisal of the
Midle East situation by Britain
and Israel, adding that he took good
care to explain the Israeli position
"very, very clearly."
The Brifsh Government, it
was asserted here, believes that
there is no present reason for Is-
rael to be emphatic about the Ar-
ab threat to its Jordan River wa-
ter supplies. But Mr. Eshkol,
speaking in a television interview
here today, reiterated a state-
ment he had previously made in
Israel, asserting that the Jordan
waters were "Israel's lifeline."
At one time, he said, experts
though! that the Jordan water sour-
ces would furnish 2.500.000.000 cu-
bic meters, but it has been estab
lished more recently that the
amount would be only 1,500.000,000
cubic meters. For that reason, he
said, "the water is even more
precious."
On television and in other news
interviews. Mr. Eshkol asserted
that the danger oi war]
die East is not imminent "th
the Arabs threaten us a,
twice a month. [( ,ne .
thought Israel was weak," he'
"the danger would be much '
i er. But they know Israel v.ouW
be an easy nut to track." Herei!
ated his attitude toward the
an plans for diversion of the I
waters of the Jordan River
daring that it th.....plan, '
plemented, Israel mild i
"territorial aggression, and'
respond according
Adath Yeshurui
CJA Breakfast
Temple \dath Yeshurut
NE Miami G
ed it1- memlx
Combined Jewish Appeal "SJ
fi-st on Sundaj al 30 a.m.
Morris Brodi ,| ft| kh
are co-chairnv n I the
drive and of (hi reakfaD i
will be held in the eong
Social Hall.
Sponsored by the eongreah
this will officially launch Tet
Adath Yeshurun participati
the North Dade i umbined
ish Appeal campaign inaugur
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-Jenisti Meridiem
Page 9-A
olda Reports on U.S. Relations
are
Continued from Page 1 A
iryin. to emphasize, "pic-
,1Kh .i atmosphere instead
Mealing their real intentions
a Israel, i o s e extinction
0W hope lo achieve through
UTin plans."
,..ii" I!"' Arab decision to
Palestine Liberation Or-
n> be composed of
now living 't the
?t:-'-
lion,'

( the tinted Nations.
ded lhal each refugee
it to thai army be struck from
,., iu- .,1 the United Na-
Relief and RehabiUtation
he Israeli Foreign Minister
led nations to deter the Arab
rts from implementing their
tme to divert the headwaters
he Jordan River. That scheme
lid, is motivated only by the
||r "to hurt Israel. Israel,"
stressed, "will never allow
Isibotage of the Israel water
fcect."
gardinu the 'mr>mento*
ee" in relations between Is-
"and ft'csl Germany, she said
Ihopeil lhat all outstanding
Perns between the two coun-
would Ih' resolved. She re-
Kl the contention of some Is-
that establishment of dip-
itic relations between Jerusa-
ind Bonn may 'make Jews for-
deeds of the Nazis."
tniionina the decision by Ger-
many's Parliament to extend the
statute of limitations for the prose-
cution of war criminals by only
four and a half years, she said
she was "particularly perturbed"
by the German Parliament's pro
posal "to divide criminals into
varying categories."
In the general area of Israel's
relations with other governments,
she stressed this country's "grow
operation" with France, and
greeted Britain's Labor Govern
nient, recalling that government's
statements, promising to do
;.l! that is possible to preserve
Israel's independence and to les-
sen tensions in this region.
As for the Soviet Union, she
said that efforts to improve re-
lations are continuing. She said
that much progress has been
made in the area of cultural re-
lations between the USSR and Is-
rael, and expressed the hope
that this progress might be ex-
tended also to other spheres,
ihe told the Knesset that "the
supply of arms to those wishing
to destroy Israel does not tally
with the Soviet Union's declared
policy of liking peace."
The Foreign Minister said the
anti-Israel statement issued in
Cairo by Walter Ulbrccht. East Ger-
main s chief hi state, jointly with
Nasser, "denied Israel's very right
i i exist." She deplored "this ira-
nitlfal Kast German step."
Ecumenical Views To be Discussed
Rabbi Morris Kipper, chairman
of the Coin mission on Communit]
Interrelations, South Florida Conn
ell, American Jewish Congress, an-
nounces lhat the second half of
the program. "Agenda lor Action,"
.sponsored by the Council will be
aired Sunday over Station WMIE
at 5 p.m.
The program, "The Ecumenical
Council: Its Inlerrcligious Impli-
cations." will have as discussants
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath.
president of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations; Rev.
Dr. William R. Cannon. Dean
Candler School of Theology. Em-
ory University; and Rev. Joseph
J. Jurasko, professor. Barry Col-
lege for Women
Moderator will be Rabbi I.eon
Kronish, president of the Southeast
Region. American Jewish Con-
gress, and spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
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Friday, April |
Zionists to Hear Jacob Fishmon
Ben Giller. president of the Ml- j also be honored, n
ami Beach District of the Zionist | for many years
been m
'he M11J
Jl
nounci-u mm urn ....... ...........,> .....niously or,
the 19th annual Zionist Luncheon board and as iveeklj
Club will take place on Wcdnes- of the Luncheon
day. 12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza I years.
Hotel
ami Beach District of the Zionist I 'or many years ln ,he H
Organization of America, has an-1 Beach Zionist District,
nounccd that the final meeting of \ has served continuously M
.... _____i v..,;.! i ii.,,.ii,.,i.i board and as ui.i-i.. ..
According to Giller. Jacob C.
Fisbman. permanent chairman of
the Luncheon Club and a vice pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, will be honored.
MM
1 ,ub 'r *ib
''"' l! m the
munity as organu r of
oza Forum.
the
Rare Megilla'h Esther manuscript scrolls were
exhibited during recent Purim services at
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. Left
to riant are Jacob C. Cohen, Joseph Malek.
Julius Schwartz, Alfred Lieber, Joseph Kradin
(holding the grager), and Rabbi Tibor Stern,
spiritual leader of the congregation.
Extend Limitations Statute
Fishman, who has served a*
chairman of the Luncheon Club
for several years, was recently
cited for his 'outstanding work
as chairman of the weekly
event," which is open to all
members of the ZOA, visiting
Zionjjts. and friends of the^or^
ganization.
Fishman, a veteran Zionist
active inmem-nggzn
leader, has been active in all
phases of Israeli work and com-
munity affairs. Also to be honor-
ed at the luncheon will be George
Holtsberg. a member of the board
of the Miami-Gables Zionist Dis-
trict and a life member of the
ZOA.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. who will
Guest speaker at the final
nig of the Lunchi. n Cl
nesday will be D Max \
schitz, who recently ivlcbriy]
18th year in the rabbinate.
the limitation remains at 20 years.
, out the 20-year period is moved
forward.
The measure approved by the
Bundestag, which must now be
approved also by the Senate and
the President, differed substan-
tially from earlier proposals.
Chancellor Ludwig E r h a r d s
Christian Democrats joined with
the opposition Social Democrats
at the first reading in the Bun-
destag on Mar. 10 to abolish all
termination dates for prosecu-
tion of Nazi war criminals.
Another proposal was for the
Bundestag Legal Committee to ex-
tend the cut-off date for 10 years.
Both proposals were withdrawn be-
I fore the vote.
Immediately after the Bundea-
Ug vote. Minister of Justice Ewald
MqPS FinOI TOlkS Bucher, .submitted his resignation
from the Cabinet. Mr. Bucher had
insisted that the Cabinet reject ex-'
itension when the subject came up
West Germany's lower house of .several months ago, and afterward
Parliament. He declined com- '|Said he would resign if his stand
ment on reported West German were to be reversed by Parliament, j
talks with Arab countries "until lle opp0sed prolongation of the cut- '
the end of the talks." j0ff date beyond May 8 of this year
. He also said that the opposition i <> 'constitutional grounds."
Social Democratic party had no Meanwhile, in New York, a lead-
right to criticize the government ^ er o{ tne American Jewish C'on-
fccuau.se they had approved his ; grcss assailed West Germany's ex-
plan to offer diplomatic relations tension by four an(1 a naif years
to Israel He claimed that the f its statute of limitations on Nazi
party's declaration that not enough war crimes as "disappointing and
had been done for Israel was un-wy|y ,nadequate." Marcus Gins-
justified, burg, of Houston. Tex., chairman
The Chancellor and Foreign Min- of the Commission of International
ister Gerhard Schroeder reported Affairs of the Jewish Congress,
at the meeting on foreign affairs, termed the statute's extension
Concerning West German policy (rom May 8 of this year through
in the Middle East, the Chancellor mc end of 1969 "a scandalous af-
empha-ized that "the Strongest co- fr0nt to the millions of men. wom-
pperation" existed between him en an and the Foreign Minister. This .<- Hitler regime
an answer to press reports attack-
in- Dr. Schroeder and reporting "This minima! extension can-
differences between him and the not be reconciled with the tow-
Chancellor, ering moral obligation of the
Bonn i.iTA' The Bundestag,
lower house of West Germany's
Parliament, voted here to extend
tiie period for the prosecution of
Nazi war criminals for four and a
hail years. The present cut-off
date lor such prosecutions under
the West German statute of limi'.a
tions for prosecution of murder i.-
llay 8 this year. The Bundestag
would extend the date to Dec. 31.
1969. The vote was 344 to 96. with
four abstentions.
The formula used in the meas-
ure was to provide that the statute
base should be Dec. 31. 1949. in-
stead of May 8, 1945. the date of
the capitulation of Nazi Germany
to the Allies. Under that formula.
Ei-hard's Envoy
Final Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
German people to insure that
all those who took part in the
atrocities of the Nazi era are
apprehended and brought to jus-
tice," he said.
"The action today makes it tra-
gically clear that there is still no
propel recognition by the Gi iman
people of their responsibilities, it
represents merely a grudging and
reluctant yielding to world opin
ion. The extension of the statute
by four years does not assure the
prosecution of the many war crim-
inals still in hiding."
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2. 1965
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Paqe 11-A
4 RABBI OFFERS HIS OBSERVATIONS
Christian Becomes Bar Mitzvah
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
I evening I have chosen to
Lfv an incident which was
Ud in a daily newspaper
L several weeks ago A
hstuD Becomes Bar Mitzvah."
story ran across an entire
,e There was a picture of a
staring a lallis and a white
cap, standing before some-
which resembled the Holy
sinee ii bore a Mogen David
I Star of David; and a Chris-
bov became Bar Mitzvah.
kid immediately many queries
. nased I myself was ques-
>d by scores of people
i and non-Jews as well. Many
jMM were confused. "Rabbi.
I possible lor a Christian boy
*Lome Bar Mitzvah? Is he
a Bar Mitzvah? What is
iSeshua? It is called a syna
(t but it preaches Jesus. Is
.vwgoguc? Is it a church? Is
. combination synagogue/
Cc:" Is it Jewish/Christian''
- B?"
..nswer is *'no, it is not a
jogue although its n a m e
Ids like one: Beth Yeshua."
['Yeshua" is the Hebrew worl
Irws; hence, the words mean
pseof Jesus obviously then.
a missionary organization
fiii.ng Christianity.
Good Taste
I have no argument with
I xistence has nev
ken a i hity word in Juda-
ealing* v i'li other faiths.
Ii ira have a won-
( Ml relationship
n brethren, be-
e that we
cm. sive mi salvation.
cien bis say, '"The
nations have a
o come."
Y thai that, Judaism is
f istii nitj because
I ': tfee" the idea ot
I dark corners of
f "i1 and : Ipejd spread the
Christian ethical concept,
'and Justice and rigjtfeaue-
ive no argument
I iristianitj We even bc
!' iristianitj as a missioniz-
|;e-h. and we have no quar-
fi i thi-. provided it is done
" laste in the spirit of re-
ps fellowship and propriety.
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Critical reaction lo a House
of Worship in tht Greater Mi-
ami arta elicited a response from
hit pulpit by Dr. [ruing Lehr-
man. spiritual leader of Temple
Enuiiii-t'/ mi Friday evening
Mar. I ; Tlie /eui.li Flortdiati
hcreimifi reproduces excerpu
from Dr. Lehrmjns termotl .<>
a reflection of general |,u i./i
community reaction to this
Hotue e) Worship and its pur-
pose
What I want to do is to shed
some light on something that baa
been distorted, that has been a
source of coafusion and embar-
rassment to so man) people.
Can a Christian boy become
Bar Mitzvah? Can he became Bar
Mitzvah in a place which preach
is Christianitx'.'
An Illustration
And the answer is self-evident.
It is best illustrated by the story
of a Jewish peddler who was trav-
eling from town to town. He ar-
rived at an inn rather late at
night and requested lodging but
the inkeeper insisted that there
was no room He pleaded, "Can't
you give me a place to rest, at
least for a few hours?"
"There is only one empty bed
in the entire inn and that is in a
room occupied by a general."
"Ah," the peddler replied.
"That will be perfect. It's late
and the general is sleeping. If I
go in there now, and you awaken
me before daybreak, he will nev-
er know I was here." So it was
agreed.
Very early the next morning,
the peddler was awakened.
But in the dark he became con-
fused and instead of putting on
his own clothes, he put on the
general's uniform.
When he arrived at the rail-
road station, he noticed that pen
pie behaved strangely: They
bowed, they saluted, they made
way for him, and he was non-
plussed.
Finally, he looked into a mir-
or. "My goodness, that stupid!
innkeeper. I told him to wake me
lip and instead he awakened the '
general."
What the peddler did not un-
derstand is that one does not be-
come a general simply by putting
on a general's uniform. And one
does not become Bar Mitzvah
merely by putting on a Bar Mitz-
vah uniform.
Total Commitment
Becoming Bar Mitzvah is a ser-
ious and sacred undertaking.
BtfWSfiJtT spells total commit-
ment to the precepts of our faith,
to pure, authentic, unadulter-
ated Judaism, as prescribed by
our Torah and by our age-old
tradition. And Judaism with Je-
sus is as unauthentic and impos-
sible as is Christianity without
Jesus.
I am sorry I should have to em-
phasize this point when it should
not be necessary to do so. We are
living in an Ecumenical Age, the
most glorious period in the his-!
tory of religion. A pronouncement
was just issued hy the Vatican
which puts an end to centuries of
misunderstanding and mistrust
between Christian and Jew. An-,
other oue is expected soon on the
subject of freedom of conscience,
reaffirming the right of every in-
dividual to worship God in ac-
cordance with his own tradition,
without compromise.
The reason I speak of this Bar
Mitzvah as I do is that I fee
that this incident and the manner
in which it was handled is a jar-
ring note, contrary to the Ecu-
menical spirit, and embarrassing
to the Christian, as well as to the
Jew
If. for example, Beth Yeshua
the House of Jesus wishes to
preach Christianity, if it desires
to operate as a missionary jjroup.
let it do so. But let it speak open-
Is and frankly as ;i Christian
missionary community. There is
no reason for a Christian church
to encourage a tallis and a yar
mulke and Bar Mitzvah and mas
querade as a Jewish synagogue,
unless its object is deception.
I often appcar in Christian pul-
pits, and Christian ministers of-
ten appear in this pulpit. Yet no
one has ever had any mistaken
notion as to who I am or who
they are. We stand on solid
ground.
What I am pleading for is
truth. Stand lor what you are'
If you're a Christian, practice
Christianity, f you're a Jew live |
as a Jew. Whatever you are, in
the words of Shakespeare. "To
thine own self be true."
Seal of God
According to the ancient rab-
bis, the seal of God is represent-
ed by the word "Ernes" the
Hebrew word for truth. This
word consists of three letters of
the Hebrew alphabet the first
the middle and the last.
What a beautiful lesson, con-
clude the sages. Truth, if it is to
be genuine, cannot be incomplete.
It must be total truth from the
beginning to the very end.
1
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Friday, April 2, j
Officers and Buildinq CmmiVee review plans
of projected Knesefh Israel Congregation. The
synagogue has embarked upon a remodeling
program to rebuild the Social Hall, Talmud
Torah, and the main sanctuary. Left to right
are members of tho Building Committee Abe
Eisenstein, J. LisVitkinas, Benjamin Weinberg,
and Jacob Siegel. Standing (left to right) are
David Eisenstein, chairman of the board; Mil-
ton Kahn, treasurer of the synaqogue and
chairman of the Building Committee; Oscar
Schapiro and A. Shaffran. both members of
the Building Committe; and Joseph Nadler,
vice president of the synagogue.
Eshkol Talks With Wilson
Scopus Award
To Dr. Sabin
By Special Report
Dr. Albert B. Sabin, world re-
! nowned scientist who developed the
live virus anti-polio vaccine, will
j be the recipient of the Scopus
! Award, the highest distinction of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University, it was announced
by Samuel Rothberg, chairman of
the board. The decision to honor
! Dr. Sabin was taken unanimously
' at a national meeting of the board
in New York City.
A vice president of the American
Friends. Dr. Sabin heads the Na-
tional Physicians Committee,
which has undertaken to rlse
$3,$fl0.p^for.,ttaflj>e.w, .Hebrew Unj.
versity-Hadassah Medical School.
Proceeds of the Scopus Award Din
ner, which will be held later in the
year, will benefit the medical
school.
Distinguished Service Professor
of Pediatrics at the University of
Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr.
; Sabin has traveled throughout the
world, advising scientists and gov-
ernment authorities on the use of
his anti-polio vaccine. In recogni-
tion of his service to humanity, he
has received numerous prizes and
awards, most recently the Bavar-
ian Order of Merit.
Last year, in Rome, he was
awarded the International Prize
for Applied Medical Sciences. In
1945. he received the Legion of
Merit fur his services to the United
Slates Government
DR. AlBMT MM
Harmony Lot
Panel Discussii
Program vie president,
Knobel, announces thai It
Lodge of B'nai H'rith uill g
a panel discussion on
tion in Dado County, Factl
tion" at its regular monthlyJ
ing at Beth Torah Tenil
Monday evening.
Moderator will he Immj
' man, executive director.
Anti-Defamation Le a gut]
panel will include Howard 1
vice chairman Florida Chi
crties Union; T Wilard Fa
ecutive director, Greater
Urban League; and Donald!
er Jones, president, Dadel
NAACP.
LONDON(JTAiDiscussion on
a wide variety of subjects concern-
ing Israel was started here by Is-
rael's Premier Levi Eshkol in a
lalk with British Prime Minister
Harold Wilson which lasted more
than an hour. The talk continued
later when the two Prime Minis- !
ters were joined by their aides
It is understood that the topics
Know Your Child
Program Slated
At the Academy
The Parent-Teachers Association
>t the Hebrew Academy will spon-'
or a "'Know Your Child" evening i
.it the school on Tuesday.
Parents of nursery, kindergarten
ind first three grade students are
invited to attend the program at
* p.m.
Mrs. Samuel Rosner. president of
the Academy's PTA. announced
Dr David Rothenberg. school psy-
chologist, will lead a discussion
group on tests. Hebrew and Eng-
lish homework and helping the
Student with his homework.
Teachers of the Hebrew and Eng-
lish Departments will participate
in the program, which will include
liiestions and answers.
covered during the talk, which was
described as very frank and cor- !
dial, included the Israel Arab .For- j
dan River water diversion contro-
] versy. general security, the current j
Middle East situation with speci::!
[ reference to approaching West
| German-Israel diplomatic ties, and
Anglo-Israel economic operation.
At a luncheon tendered by
Prime Minister Wilson to the Is- j
reel Premier, the British Prime
Minister stressed in his speech
of welcome the friendship be-
tween Britain and Israel. He re- j
called his visit to Israel and wel-
comed the opportunity for a
"basic exchange of views." In
reply. Premier Eshkol said that <
Israel had absorbed much of the
British legal and political system
and had an abiding respect for
British culture and thought,
which was reflected In: Israel's
political institutions.
At a dinner given him by Israel
Ambassador Arthur Lourie. Eshkol
said that the lessons of the Euro-
; pean tragedy were indelibly en-
graved on the memory of the Jew-
| ish people and the citizens of Is-
1 rael. They were determined that
! never again would the Jewish peo-
ple be helpless and homeless, h-?
i added. He noted that in less than
17 years, more than 1.200.0110 im-
migrants had entered Israel, about
half of them survivors of the Nazi
death camps and the other half re-
fugees from the Arab countries.
"Our central problem," he con-
tinued, "is the lack of peace with
our neighbors. In defiance of the
United Nations decision of 1947
and of the United Nations charter,
our Arab neighbors continue to
threaten our destruction and to re-
ject our outstretched hand of,
peace. In these circumstances, we
are compelled to divert much of
our national resources to the task
of defense, though our aim is not
to win a war but to prevent it."
Prior to the meetings with Mr.
Wilson, the visiting Israeli Pre-
mier met with George Brown,
Deputy British Premier and Sec-
retary of State for Economic Af- j
fairs.
Mr. Eshkol reportedly told Mr.
Brown that, while Israel continues \
to be Britain's biggest customer in
! the Middle East trade, the trade
| balance between the two countries
wa> adverse against Israel. He
' called this an unsatisfactory sit-
uation even among friends. The
British leader said he understood
the problem and promised to seek
. ways to improve the situation.
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April 2. 1965
-Jewisfi fk>ridiar
Page 13-A
B-G for Friendship With Bonn
HAMBURG -(JTAi David
: Ben-Gurion, Israel's former Prime
11 Minister, greeted the forthcoming
I establishment of diplomatic rela-
, tions between Israel and West
i Germany, declaring "I am for rec-
i onciliation with Germany because
i one can not undo the past."
His statement on the new devel-
[ I opments in Bonn-Jerusalem rela-
' tions appeared in an interview in
Der Spiegel, the mass circulation,
: illustrated German weekly.
"I believe," he continued, "that
today there it a Germany differ-
ent from the one of the past. I
do not believe the Nazis could
return in Germany today. Of
course, I could never forget what
happened, because it happened
to my own family since all
Jews are one big family. Neither
I, nor anybody else, can forget
what happened to 6,000,000 Jews.
But that is past, and others are
living today, and they are not
Nazis but people like ourselves."
He emphasized that he favors not
only reconciliation between the
State of Israel and the German
Government but also rapproche-
ment between the Israeli people
and the German people.
Asked what Germany's best con-
tribution could be toward Israel's
security, he replied: "In my opin-
ion, arms deliveries." He noted
that the West German Govern-
ment is not inclined to accept that
opinion, but he reiterated his own
view on the subject, emphasizing
that he was speaking "as a pri-
vate citizen" and not as a repre-
sentative of the Israel Govern-
ment, of which he is not a member,
km .
Joseph Murphy, of the City of Coral'Gobies, recently
mayors of all leading Dade County municipalities in
ng last month as. "Combined Jewish Appeal
Accepting the proclamation from Mayor Murphy
at a Commission meeting on Mar. 9 were Mr. and
,scar Zeltzer, of Coral Gables, members of the Board
vernors oi *.he Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
Lna longtime community leaders in behalf of the drive
I agencies in the Greater Miami community, in Israel,
I other count!ies overseas.
Post Sets Joint Installation
L Posl and Miss Freda Feingold, of Miami
f h War Vet Beach, will be inst i president
hoi a :;: h i1''^' Auxiliary. .1Ia"d
Rosofsk) of Miami, will be
I ailed for his third term as
Wall. nmander.
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When opportunity first knocked with tha
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the same luxurious waterfront living...
the same moderate rentals for efficiencies,
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the same wonderful Treasure Island
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Paae 14-A
SUCCEEDS ROSEN
Rabbi Kronish Will
Head Israel Bond
Drive Organization
Continued from Page 1-A
place at the annual Israel Inde
pendence Day Dinner at the Fon-
;.ii obknu Hotel on May 2. Na-
tional Israel Bond leaders will join
with Israeli officials in the in-
stallation ceremonies.
Spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, Rabbi Kronish has been at
the fore of numerous civic, Israeli
and philanthropic causes. He has
served on the Executive Board ol
"file" Central Conference" "6T"ftTR eft -
can Rabbis and as member of the
National Commission on Education
of the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
He I* president of the South-
east Region of the American Jew-
ish Congress and has served on
?he Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. He has been an eloquent
spokesman on behalf of Israel,
which he visited in 1949, 1960, 1962
and 1964.
In announcing the appointment
of Rabbi Kronish to succeed Rosen.
Dr. Schwartz praised both men for
their exemplary leadership.'* He
pointed out that under Rosen's
chairmanship in the p a s t two
years. .Miami was the leading Is-
rael Bond city in the world on a
per capita basis.
In accepting the chairmanship
of the Greater .Miami Israel Bond
Organization. Rabbi Kronish said.
"I feel humble indeed that the
helm of this great organization has
been placed in my hands. I am
aware of the great responsibility
which this entails, but I am confi-
dent that with the continued co-
operation and assistance of our
community's leadership, we shall
continue to achieve greater results
on Israel's behalf through the Is-
rael Bond program."
+Je*ist> tier titan
Many prominent rabbis in the country, among
them members of the presidium of the Union
of Or'hidox Rabbis of the United States and
Canada and Yeshiva directors throughout the
country, gather in the Manischewitz Matzo
Eakery, Jersey City, N.J., to bake Schmura
Matzo. After the baking of the Schmura Matzo
was completed, the hos'. and guests attended
a luncheon in the company's diningroom.
where many Manischewitz products were
served. Among those who spoke were Rab-
bis I. Siegel, P. Teitz, M. Charlop. I. Bunin. M.
Cohen, Z. Reichman, I. Klavan. executive vice
president of the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica, C. Karlinsky, and E. Silver.
At Confab in Quito
Jack D Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, and Rep. Claude
Pepper (D.-Fla.). senior vice pres-
ident of Washington Federal, are
among U.S. delegates to the third
Inter-American Savings and Loan
Conference this week in Quito.
Ecuador.
Education Series
Ends Tuesday
At Brunch Here
Adult education series at Temple
Emanu-EI concludes on Tuesday
at a "Brunch with the Rabbi.''
according to an announcement by-
Mrs Ben Zion Ginsberg, Chair-
man.
Women's Institute of Jewish
Studies, sponsored by the Temple
Sisterhood, has been holding ses-
sions since Jan. 5. Courses were giv-
en in Beginners Hebrew. Congre-
gational Singing, Conversational
Hebrew and Jewish History. In-
-tructors were Mrs. Ida Porush.
Cantor Zvi Adler, Mrs. Fay Fein-
stein and Morris Tarasow. educa-
tional director.
At a monthly "Brunch with the
Rabbi." participants of all classes
gathered for a lecture discussion on
"Tools of Jewish Living.'' with
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
Serving with Mrs. Ginsburg on
the Women's Institute were Mrs
Leo Berman, Mrs. Maurice dans,
Mrs. Jerome Goodman. Mrs. Isa-
dore Lorber, Mrs. Charles Rosen-
garten, Mrs. Israel Teitch, and
Mrs. Thomas Trent.
The temple education program
also included a Book Review Series.
Sunday morning Breakfast Forums,
Home Study Circles, Torah Lunch-
eon Club and Bible Classes.
Jessel Hotel
Slated in Israel
A group of Miamians. headed by
showman-humanitarian George Jes-
sel. has announced plans to build
a million-dollar luxury hotel named
; ft11" the famous toastmaster on the
banks of the Mediterranean in Tel
Aviv.
The syndicate, American-Israeli
I Intel Corp., will finance the proj-
ect through the trading ol Israel
Bonds [or Stock in the hotel, the
first of several planned in that
country by the group.
Jessel is chairman of the board,
other officers are Prank freeman.;
attorney and president of Isla, Ltd.,
a hotel company, president and di-;
rector; Samuel Segal, real estate
and hotel owner, vice president;
Daniel Sepler, hotelman and attor-
ney, secretary and director; Mel
vin Grossman, architect, treasurer;
Yehuda Segal, real estate and ho-
tel management, director. Fxeeu-
tive offices are at 513 Ainsley
Building. Miami.
Jessel said construction of the
five story. 100-room hotel will begin
within Iwo months, it was designed
i by Grossman, who was the designer
of the Doral Country Club in Mi-
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Page 16-A
*. knitt ttorkMcup
Friday. April
X
OK First National Study of U.S. Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
from George Michelson, of Bos-
ton, chairman of the Large City
Budgeting Conference, on recent
discussions between LCBC and
the American Jewish Committee
and progress towards future par-
ticipation by the AJC in the
LCBC review process.
I t v i n g Kane. of. Cleveland,
CJFWF past president, reported
on recent European diacuaskmj In
which he and Louis D. Horwitz. ol
the Council staff, represented
CJFWF. Louis A. I'incus. treasur-
' er of the Jewish Agency. Jerusa-
lem, disci Vied recent envelop-
ments in his agency's activities in
Israel and in other countries.
Mr Bernstein outlined a series
Ol area leadership meetings, spon-
sored jointly by the CJFWF and
the United Jewish Appeal. The
most promising young people in
the country will attend regional
conferences, to consider Jewish
nods and concerns.
The CJFWF recent analysis of
fund-raising in women's divi-
sions showed that women's con-
tributions rose 5.4 percent in 1964,
and women are now supplying
11.8 percent of the monies re-
ceived by community Federa-
tions. Women are now 42.9 per-
cent of alt contributors.
Lows J.F il;al,
man ol the .1 v\\ y L .
Endowment Fund cm; '1
,hal ,:!0 i" have j2f
commitments to the fund
mated that the pr^..:
pledged at 'more than
toward our initial gna| ,"]
With its achievement. tjJ
will have an additional
$40,000 annually for
eta, research and other i
side the regular budget.
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n
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ANTE
by ISABEL GROVE
th
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ovnan s
CWorU
linner party lilM Thursday
[jii ,n the home 01 Rose and
Lin Bender for her cousin,
[ v, rij si!!-, who Fang the
.,. Countess in The Mar-
Lot Ficam" an.I h......w.....r,
i. Shirley Sills Mrs. SiUs,
(.(nimviims her daughter
."almost all i her irips. also
I.,., manj t h r lovely cos-
. We|| i- other thin.u- in
, ^rdrobe Hostess quite
I |oo, although in a dif-
Iwt area ol the arts her
, ; ,, ,,i filled with her sculp-
r, (i winch she's SO attached
never been able to bring
j-ii to part with any of it .
| K sts, Mr and Mrs. Mor-
Lapidus, Dr and Mrs. Alex
, it) an Ben Kaufman.
anil llarr> Schiff, Florence
joi Kra is, Florence and Hen
hd r
also during i er stay here, the
tra star. Mrs. Petar Green-
L in private li ?. entertain-
Mis. Jacqut coin n ol Sunset
I I 1
Spring vacationing from North
>ti ni I n u rsitj. Nelsa Gid-
brouyhl classmates Susie
zi r and -i i. t n Pass to enjoy
Imi Bcacli with her Sum-
plans .ill laid out in a most
tfacton fashion lor Nelsa .
animus urn! talented daughter
the Louis (Sidneys has been
accepted in the Sarah Lawrence
art studies program to be held
in Florence. Italy in July .
Then, what's left of the summer.
she'll spend touring the Scan Fl-
avian countries .. .
Top award in the Pallet Club
exhibition now being held at
Burdlne's won by Mn. liana Rob-
inson. 1321 Flamingo Way .
An abstract Minting entered
bj Mrs. Adrian Thai in an exhibit
at the .Miami Women's Club spoil
sored by Dade County Federation
ol Women's Clubs, won her ;i
first prize.
For the 17th time, former resi-
dents, as well as visitors, trom
Providence. It.I., and environs
gathered for their annual Purim
party at the North Miami Beach
home of the Nathan Ostrovs .
Begun when the State of Israel
was established, the custom con-
tinues for the group which shares
a common Interest in the welfare
I the S'nte Out-of-town con
tingent included Mrs. .1. Bisen-
berg. Fall River; Mr. and Mrs
David Robin, Brockton. Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. F.r n rucht. Prov-
idence, R.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Resnick, Pawtucket, R.I.; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Horowitz. Brans-
wick, N.J. LOCalites were Mr.
and Airs. Harry Chaet. Mrs. Louis
M. Hay man. Mrs. Sylvia New-
Continued on Pg 5 B
eJewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 2. 1965
Section S
TEMPLE LEADERS WILL BE HONORED
Menorah Banquet Sunday Eve
Temple Menorah will hold its an-
nual celebration banquet on Sun-
day evening at the Deauville Hotel.
Maurice Revitz, president, has an-
nounced. Chairman is Mrs. Law-
n-nee Weston.
The affair is the culmination of
the ad journal project which Sis-
terhood and congregation jointly
sponsor to raise funds for the Tem-
ple Religious School.
The event will also do honor to
the leadership and temple mem-
bers who have given devoted ser-
vice throughout the year. Special
tribute in the form ol a Kiddush
cup will be presented to Mrs. Elsie
fcelsky, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black,
Mr. and Mrs William Carmel, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Frankel, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Malow. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Revitz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Se-
g;.l. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sele-
coff, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Tow-
bin and Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Weston.
In a ceremony conducted by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz. with Cantor
Edward Klein ottering a medley
n; tribute, the following 10-year
members of the temple will be hon-
ored :
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alter, Mrs.
Maizie Barkin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Beckman. Mr. Sidney Croney. Mr.
Otto Diamond. Mr. and Mrs Max
Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gaby, Mrs.
Bertha Glazer, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goss, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal
Heller, Mr. Isaac Hirsch, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hoffman. Mr. Meyer
Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kauter. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney King.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korenblit. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Krauss, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Lazarus, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nankin.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Paulson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabiner, Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Rubel, Mrs. Sarah
Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sap-
irstein, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Schaefler. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sher-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sin;, i
Mr. Harry Slsselman, Mr. and Mrs.
David Snyderman, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Stamler. Mr. and Mrs Saul
1 Strachman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sussman, Mr. a n d Mrs. Morris
Crist. Mr and Mrs. William Wall-
er. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weinstein.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weston. Dr.
and Mrs. Wither Wishner. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Yoffee, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Zausner, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Zlotshewer.
Revitz will present the highest
tribute ol the evening to Sol Frank-
el and Mrs. Essie Wolf, chairmen
of the journal. Mrs. F.lsie Bclsky,
' Sisterhood president, will present
the group's trophy to Sisterhood
members "for participation in the
temple's major fund-raising proj-
ect."
The celebration will begin with a
cocktail at 6 p.m.. and will feature
entertainment and conlinuo u a
dancing to a live band.
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Fr;'~- April 2, |
North Beach PTA Accent On Youth
Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center dinner pro-
gram included the Danny Thomas show at the Deauville
Hotel on Mar. 19. Left to right are Mrs. Ann Klein, co-chair-
man, dinner program; Mrs. Florence Bennett, vice president.
Ways and Means Committee; and Mrs. Gertrude Blacker,
chairman, dinner program. Proceeds raised by the organiza-
tion are donated to the American Medical Center at Denver,
Colo.
Kinneret Chapter Annual Auction
Public is invited to the annual
auction sponsored by the Kinneret
Chapter of Mizrachi Women to be
held on Saturday 8:30 p.m., at
Congregation Beth El. Event is the
main fund-raising activity of the
group.
Auctioneer for the evening will
be Mrs. Roger Grant, profession-
al staff membership secretary of
the YM and YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, and Mrs. Arthur Roth is chair-
man of the auction.
Merchandise will include wearing
apparel, housewares, dinners at
restaurants, weekends at hotels,
boat rides, and a car paint job.
Pioneers Plan
Varied Events
Golda Meir Chapter, Pioneer
Women, has planned a card party
and luncheon to be held on Wed-
nesday noon in the Jordan Marsh
Auditorium.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer and Mrs. Jack
Colchman are co-chairmen. Pro-
ceeds will go to a children's home
in Israel. Mrs. Miriam Halperin is
president of Golda Melr Club.
* *
Kadimah Chapter has a card
party scheduled for Sunday, 8 p.m.,
Apr. 11. at the home of club presi-
dent. Mrs. Fred Sandier, 2720 SW
2nd Ave. Assisting are Mesdames
Elsa Kreutzer, Lilly Cohen, David
Meltzer. Fannie Strauss and Moses
Meyer. All proceeds are for Child
Rescue Fund in Israel.
Members of the Auction Commit-
tee are Misses Sara Mae Gcltner
and Esta Karpell and Mesdames
Irwin Block. Samuel Ersoff, Ber-
nard Gelbert, Max Nuhomovic, Leo
Oster, Theodore Sakowitz, Donald
Schrager. Morris Sokol, Nathan
Weissman, and Harold Zelkowitz.
All proceeds will be used to sup-
port institutions in Israel which
provide economic and spiritual se-
curity for children there.
In conjunction with the City of
Miami Beach's 50th anniversary
cedebration. North Beach PTA
died an extensive program
under the heading of "Accent on
Youth." On Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m..
at flamingo Memorial Field, pu-
pils, teachers and parents com-
peted in a soflball double-header.
There was a chicken box supper;
also celebrities and entertainment.
Flag-raising ceremonies were con-
ducted by Cub Scout Pack 6. There
was a farewell to Joe Mair-io. ath-
letic teacher at North Beach, a
Marine Corps officer, who is leav-
ing for Vietnam.
Coaches of the teams were Dr.
Don Michnoff and Lewis Singer,
physical education instructor.
Mrs. Joseph Pardo. vice presi-
dent, ways and means, headed a
committee consisting of Mrs. Paul
Warren, Mrs. Albert Rosenberg.
Mrs. Walter Lebowitz and Mrs.
1 Maurice Kramer.
Members of the faculty partici-
j pating were Aldo Simmons, prin-
I cipal. Robert Wollman, assistant
principal, Howard Wrubel, Richard
Carroll. Orville Barr, Samuel
Greenhut, Harry Jones, Joe Mag-
gio and Donald Biller. Women
teachers playing were Mrs. Victor
Floming, Mrs. Mildred Hillman,
Miss Irma Schwartz and Miss Bar-
bara Nadler.
Playing on the mothers' team
were Mesdames Paul Warren.
Stanley Brodsky. Irving Miller.
Phillip Mann. Sidney Bodzin, Her-
bert Levin, Myron Ivler. M. H.
Kanzler. Henry Rivers. Moe Raf-
lowitz. Stanley Clarke. Sam Pos-
nick. Don Michnoff. Marvin Marx.
Walter Lebowitz. Joseph Pardo.
David Miller, Alvin Malnick. Irwin
Rubin. James Furlong. Bernard
Fuller. Robert Jaffe, Norman Gil-
i ler, Samuel Berber. Mary Kurp-
1 nick, Pen Fleischman and Clifford
Russell.
The fathers' team included Vic-
tor Floming. George Simon, Mar-
vin Marx. Stanley Clarke. Sidney
; Bodzin. Don Michnoff. Sam Pos-
;nick. Henry Rivers. Earl Pertnoy,
Will.am Cohen, Ted Dortch. Rob-
ert Frank. Adolph Schwartz, Ellis
Rubin, Leonard Jacobs, Sid Feuer,
Jerome Fleeman. Eugene Wim
; mer, Maxwell Goldpin, Michael
Brumer, Arthur Siegel, Robert
i Townsend. Harold Moss. Arnold
Rubin. Samuel Berger. Martin
Kleiman. Stuart Jacobs. Stanley
Brodsky. Paul Warren and Judge
Jas.hi Bcrkman
Deborah Will
Install Officers
Greater Miami Chapter of Deb-
orah will hold its installation lunch-
eon on Tuesday noon, in the Barce-
lona Hotel.
Vice Mayor Bernard Frank will
install the'following officers:
President. Mrs. Mildred Aus-
lander; vice presidents, Mrs. Han- j
nah Levous, Mrs. Abe Schwartz,
Mrs. George Rapaport and Mrs.
Nathaniel Rubel; financial secre-'
tary. Mrs. Emanuel Blum; social di-
rector. Mrs. Carl Skwer; treasurer,
Mrs. Samuel Jacobs.
Program will feature a choral
group with Mrs. Michael Glazier,
Mrs. Nathaniel Rubel. Mrs. Aaron
Klein, Mrs. David Michaelson Mrs.
Jerry Garmel. and Mrs. Samuel
Goldsmith at the piano.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Da-
vid Michaelbon. President is Mrs.
Morris Weinberger.

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Mrs Nathan Sommer, acting
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synagogue.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader, will conduct the seminar
and answer questions concerning
the holiday.
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April 2. 1965
^Jewlstr fhrldlan.
wen's Cancer League Will Install
ficers at a Luncheon Here on Friday
. imd H. Manheimer will be
tdSne* president of Wo-
IJcwcei League of Miami
[h at luncheon on Friday,
o m:30 a.m.
I" Xf,,r, c Lehman, communi-
leader and columnist for The
fenoridian, will conduct the
Lony U be held at the Roney
twicers and members of
Iboard to be inducted are Mrs.
L't Z Greene, honorary chair-
V0( the board; Mrs. Joseph Se-
[honorary vice president; Mrs.
L Berl Howard Grove, Mrs. George
l,s and Mrs. Harold Soglovitz,
IWidenU; Mrs Irving Rubin.
Lurer Mrs. Robert Grossman
f Mrs. J les Stark, financial sec-
ries. ..
|rs Ardelle Levitt, recording
htary; Mrs. Lill Blasberg and
[ Sheila Markell. correspond-
I tecreuries; Mrs. Melvynne
Ler> and Mrs. Jerome Suger-
i social secretaries; Mrs.
iries Gtrtler. chaplain; Mrs.
key Kraus, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld,
Frances Linn, and Mrs. Je-
he Raao. past presidents, ad-
esdamts Sidney Band. Michael
W Rita B rod kin, Harold
loks, Abert Davis, Kay Daspin,
^h Errlich. Sara Englander.
Richard Fleming. Robert Frank,
Ethel Gerson, Morris Gidney, Da-
vid Gradman. Morris Green. Her-
bert Gutman. Robert Levy. Marvin
Meitus, Harold Oster. Lois Pollack,
Sidney Rosenberg. Ceil Ross, Don-
ald Rubin, Milton Saffir, Abe Sav-
itz. Eve Smithken, George Sogg,
Bernice Strauss. Harriet Taper, Is-
rael Teitch. Nat Waldman. Mar-
tin Wexler and Maury Young.
Board of Directors.
Out-going president. Mrs. Jerome
Rado. will present awards for "ef-
forts in supporting club projects"
to 22 members.
Chairman of the day, Mrs.
George Lewis, will introduce' 'Mrs.
I Henry L. Balaban, who will pre-
| sent musical selections accompan-
ied by Bert Duckman.
The League has supported can-
I cer research and treatment at Mt.
| Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami
since 1959. In conjunction with the
I Damon Runyon Fund, the League
. has installed vital pieces ol equip-
1 ment for cancer diagnosis, treat-
ment and research at Mt. Sinai
including a Cobalt Bomb, a Mag-
na Scanner, a Mammogram. and a
Superficial X-Ray Machine.
Pacre 3-B
Benefactors Club Adds Members
Three new members have been
added to Robert Pentlands exclu-
sive Benefactors' Club.
Named are Newell C. Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin, of Miami
Beach. Requirements are a $50.-
000 donation to Variety Children's
Hospital.
Pentland is honorarv life chair-
man of the board and has already
endowed the East Wing of Variety
Children's Hospital in honor of his
mother. Mrs. Annie Baron Pent-
land.
Olive and Ben Levin have given
a total of S125.000 to date, and the
second floor reception area is
named after them. Taylor is an
officer of the Miami Showmen's
i Association.
/-
.1
\
I
nm sura
ibbi Kronish
ie In Review
Jbbi Lion Kmnish. spiritual
Mi ol Temple Beth sholom,
review "The Spire," best-
.' 0J English author William
Ifling Wednesday evening in
i temple auditorium.
Kr> Seymour Silverman is chair-
t" of Um Beth Sholom Festi-
uf Artt, which sponsors the
Pk review -cries.
Grace Your
May Table
ASK FOR
t \
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UOVED WINE CO.
Tmkers, H.y.
MRS. (CON MUNHCIMR
It provides annually a $3,600 fel-
lowship for a first-year resident in
the Tumor Clinic, a S5.000 second-
year fellowship, and maintains two
beds for indigent and terminal
cancer patients at an annual cost of
$20,000.
Recently, the organization pur-
chased a Linear Accelerator Ma-
chine for the Tumor Clinic at the
hospital, bringing the total to over
$350,000 raised since 1959.
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r. Saf ra Will
Memorialized
Golotr. Book in memory of
| late Rabbi Dr. M. J. Safra will
be dedicated at I
a meeting of |
N'eshei Chabad.
the I.ubavitcher
Women's League,
un Wednesday,
1:30 p.m.. at the
h o m e <> f Mrs
Gerald Green'
berg
The presenta-
tion will be made
bj a member of
he Safra family,
book onated by Mrs.
ha Safr. in memory ot her hus-
H.
ie lab Rabbi Safra was known
rah scholar.

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+Jenlsti Flcridton
Friday, April 2.
1965

NCJW Announces Education Program
Dewey School, will attempt to cre-
a t e techniques to improve t h e
thinking abilities of elementary
Will Help Disadvantaged Toward Equality SSSHsS
the John Dewey School, will study
the teaching procedures used by
highly effective teachers of cul-
turally deprived children with a
view to imparting them to other
teachers and training colleges.
By Special Report
A new program to expand educa-
te nal opportunities for Israel's
culturally disadvantaged children
was announced Sunday by the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
advantaged children in the United \
States.
It is aimed, said NCJW National
President Mrs. Joseph Willen, at
MRS. JOSEPH WIUMM
h< ping Israel's educators provide
ers to the country's greatest
internal dilemma: how to enable
the Middle Eastern Immigrant
children who form 60 percent of
the school population to absorb
what is taught in Israel's European-
i iented schools
In announcing the program to
1 000 delegates at the opening ses-
sion of the Council's biennial con-
vention in Philharmonic Hall. Mrs.
Willen stressed that "In Israel, as
in tin- United States, education is
th.' main road to equality. If Israel
is to survive as a strong, unified
Country, it must narrow the gap
between the two separated popu-
lations of which it is now com-
posed "
The new program, she pointed
cut. is a natural outgrowth of the
NCJW's efforts for culturally dis-
Today only a small percentage of;
Israel's non-European elementary
school graduates go on to post-
elementary' education, Mrs. Wil-;
len explained. Of those who do, she
said, most go to vocational high
school Very few reach universi-
ties.
The new NCJW Israeli program I
will be composed of three research !
projects whose essential purpose is
to re-gear school curricula, as'
well as teacher-training programs,
to the special needs of these young-
sters. ..Thy; studies w ill be carried
on by the lleW^wunfvers'fly' Joltn [
Dewey School of Education, which
is supported by NCJW, and the He-
brew University High School, for
which the women's organization re-
cently built a half-million dollar
campus.
The first project will admit to
Hebrew University High School
two experimental groups of disad
vantaged children with Intellectual
potential who will be given special
programs aimed at qualifying them
for university admission. The John
Dewey School will cooperate m se-
lecting the students, in-service
teacher training and evaluating
progress
The second project, at the John
Hadassah Units
Slate Meetings
Regular monthly meeting Of the
.Morton Towers Group of Hadassah
will be held on Tuesday in the
Morton Towers Restaurant.
Program will be headed by Mrs
Leah Udell in a recital of original
Passover poetry. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will be guest speaker. Mrs. i
Emanuel Mentz is president.
*
Stephen S. Wise Group will have ;
an installation luncheon on Mon-
day at the Deauville Hotel. Instal-j
lation ofFieer '' De Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick. Musical medley of!
songs will be by Tania and Launa,
accompanied at the piano by Aida
Yaslo. Mrs. M. Mintus is president.

Hanna Senesch Group will meet
at the Algiers Hotel on Monday
for a noon brunch, which will high-
light new life members and fashion
| show. Mrs. Henrietta Lorber is
; president.
In her keynote address, Mrs. Wil-
len also called on private American
citizens to take an active part in
local anti-poverty campaigns. Un-
less they do so, she warned, these
programs "could become what has
been called a 'city hall operation'
at best, just another source of tax
funds, at worst a huge new pork
b;.rrel."
;"A-new kind of philanthropy is
ferowfng MP eloday," the women's
leader asserted. "It attempts to in-
volve all of the people of the com-
munity to close the gap be-
tween the doers' and those being
done for." She called on the mid-
dle class people to see to it that
the 'poverty community' itself is
involved in new programs.
"No one looking at the increas
ing self-awareness ol Negroes
who have more than their share ot
poverty can doubt that they are
read) for an increased role in de-
cision making," she declared. The
question is: what kind of cooper-
ation will be offered them''"
The Jewish tradition. Mrs. Wil-
len asserted, gives particular
strength to those who serve the gen-
eral community today. "Judaism
has survived because of Its strong,
traditional belief in the individu-
al's responsibility for the group
and tor the generations that come
after," she declared. 'This same
sense of moral responsibility to
the group which has sustained us
over the generations must be used
in the service of the larger society
and its future generations."
Mrs. Heiken
To be Speaker
A regular meeting of North
Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will be
held Monday. 8 p.m.. in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 113 3
Normandy Dr.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bar-
bara Heiken, past president, B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami, presently
a member of the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League.
Her topic will be "Rev. Billy
James Hargis and His Christian
Anti-Communist Crusade."
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Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables, vice president ol the
National Council of Jewish Women, with Whitney M. Younq
Jr., executive director, National Urban League, at a session
on civil rights at NCJW's biennial convention at the Waldon-
Astoria Hotel >n New York City. One-thousand deleqates
from all over the country ate attending the five-day conven-
tion of the world's oldest major Jewish women's organization.
Sas Mitzvah Celebration Set
I'.as Mitzvah celebration for Mi
ami Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women.
U ill be observed on Tuesday at
the tlglen Hotel. Mrs. Hilda Laza-
rus is chairing the group's 13th an
12 noon.
Afternoon will also include dis-
tribution f tund r; u rds
and the entertainment ol Guy Ret
nie and Vivian Lloyd, well know
nual donor luncheon, scheduled for song and comedy duo


Don't fiddle around...
When it comes to gefilte fish,
Mother's knows best.
Because we don't fiddle around
when we make gefilte fish! We use
only the plumpest, juiciest, young
fish fresh from icy Northern lakes.
We add just the right pinch of spices.
Thenjust like the mothers of old
we slow simmer our gefilte fish to
bring out all its tender, delicate
flavor. Result: Mother's gefilte fish
has that traditional taste and texture
that's just like homemade. So for a
glorious beginning to the Passover
Sederand for every festive occa-
sionserve Mother's, the fish for
compliments.
Kosher for PassoverPareve
From the spotless kitchens ol Mother $ foe* Preducm. In*. Ne**"1
..and
don't
(o'get
Mother's
Boischt


Friday. April 2. 1965
-MnlstiihridKarf
Page SB
Mildred
G.
Brlliii
DgmpUngs, knodcls. kneidlach,
Indies or bolcbles no matter
hl, e call Ihcm. these little
rounded masses of cooked dough
have a special place in our affec-
tions. We may roll them, fill
them form them into balls, or use
spoonluls oi bitter. We may bake
them along "ith a tzimmas, sim-
mer them in water for soups, side
Utshes, or desserts: or cook them
in the soup or in sauces. In fact,
m may enjoy a large variety of
these maichulim, from our indis-
pensible matzo meal kneicllach to
such less well-known delicacies as
ihe Applesauce Kneidla.cn describ-
ed today Since dumplings are so
[varied, wc find that some are light
as a.r. others quite firm in texture.
But no dumpling worthy of the
name should be doughy, heavy, or
soggy With a proper blend of fo-
nts and the correct method
Iof cooking, all dumplings can be
| appetizing and digestible.
Potato Olchies were one of the
I joys of our childhood. On cold win-
in days, when the snow piles at
the sides ol Ihe streets were higher
than our heads, a lunch of hot milk
soup with Potato Olchies sent us
back to school so fortified that we
[felt capable of climbing over all
;he piles as it they were a challeng-
ing range of Alps. Potato Olchies
have a wonderful flavor which
[makes them among the most de-
I licious of all dumplings, but it
I must be admitted that all too often
[they are heavy. However, with the
I recipe printed below wc can gel
| olchies m> light and fluffy they
barely hold together. The secret
[is the use of breadcrumbs in place
of hour These Potato Olchies.
hen refrigerated overnight and
I reheated, are almost as good as
I when freshly made, but they can-
I not be frozen.
The Applesauce Kneidlach arc
delicious as a simple dessert or
side dish in place of a Kugel. These
must be eaten as soon as they are
ei : as Ihey do get heavy on
| standing.
*
Potato Olchies
l cup finely grated raw potatoes
' cup boiling water
I 2 cup fine, dry breadcrumbs
large saucepan, 2/3 full of lightly | into the water. Repeat with the move with a slotted spoon, dra'.a
salted water, over high heat, and Remaining batter. Do not crowd j thoroughly, and serve immediately
bring the water to a rapid boil, ithe kneidlach and if necessary use with additional warm applesauce
With a wet teaspoon drop a slight- 'two pans. Cover the pan, and cook This amount makes 22 to 24 damp-
ly rounded spoonful of the batter the dumplings for 15 minutes. Re- lings, enough for 5 to 6 servings
Which matzo for Passover?
3/4 teaspoon double-acting
baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 teaspoon grated onion
1 well-bcalen egg
Two to 2-1/2 medium-sized pota-
toes will give the correct amount
lecded. Place the grated potatoes
for e medium-line win gfJBJ pun
the boiling water through them.
Press out any excess liquid. In a
mixing bowl combine the bread
crumbs, baking powder, salt, and
nutmeg. Stir in the potatoes and
onion, and blend well. Blend in
the egg. Form into 1-inch halls
Drop into a large saucepan 2 3 full
of rapidly boiling salted water,
partly cover the pan, and cook
over medium-high heat for 30 min-
utes. Do not crowd the dumplings,
and if necessary use two pans of
water. Remove the olchies with a
slotted spoon, drain thoroughly in
a colander, and serve hot in milk
or meat soups, or as dumplings
with pot roasts or sauerbraten.
This amount makes 15 to 16 ol-
chies.
Applesauce Kneidlach
1 2 cup sifted all purpose flour
1 teaspoon double-acting
baking powder
1 3 cup quick-cooking farina
1, 2 cup canned applesauce
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon dark brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
14 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon grated orange peel
1-4 cup parve margarine
2 eggs
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peel, and margarine. Stir until
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Continued from Page 1-B
Reld, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Priteher.
I Mrs. Max .1. Richter. Mr.
Irs. flyman Weinberg, and
rom Hollywood, Fla.. Mr. and
n William D. Strong.
An Intimate dinner party at
the Crown Hotel given by'Bess
and Lou Glasser for cousins Ar-
ne and Louis Wefoer, of New
The double header cele
sralinn honoring the Werners'
-lb anniversary and Arlene's
WUida> railed for champagne
parate cake for each
Evening flew by on
as Lou Bernard offered
ntertainment ... Mr.
Tonj Napoll and Mr.
Sam Siegel were amonu
rSOl Ihe party
dded audience at the
week included Jack
1 '" Jackie Gleason show pro-
o-television star Larrj
his ife; Mr. and Mrs.
Iman, he's managing
: Sports Magazine; and
rd Membei Jack Gor
tes here for the
"U oration attendant
Bas Mitzvah of Sandra
I and Bar Mitzvah of
'' Robert Marshall
amdi
- oi the Norman Cabcls,
rove
the teen-agers center of attrac-
tion for visiting grandmother.
Mrs. Sophie Blumenfeld; Mrs
Cabel's brother and wife, the
Murray Blumenfelds: and her sis-
ter and husband. Lillian and Leo
Nadel The ceremonies on
Friday evening and Saturday
morning were held at Temple
Zion.
A contingent of Pallots turned
out for the gala opening night
of "The Man With the Perfect
Wife" at the Grove Playhouse .
Al and Honey Pallot joined by
Ron and Norton Pallot and
"spice" (plural of spoils''
Honeymooning here alter their
marriage on Mar 27 in Cleve-
land. 0., the former Lillian
Abrams and bridegroom Wax
Krause The bride's sister,
Bess, and husband, Howard Mil-
ler, will fete il"' newlyweds al
an open house on Saturdaj giv-
fog 100 friends and relatives a
chance to offer "best wishes and
con jratulations" to he couple
Foi theii first cruis i
Juan, st. Thomas an I Nassau, the
.i, i j Pulvcrs and Mr and Mrs.
Herman [sis made ever> moment
count with sightseeing, shopping,
sunning and dining The mid
March trip also coincided with
the Isis celebration ol their 20tn
wedding aimn er-ai..
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HAVE YOU HEARD?
The many friends of Marcella Hofmayer and
Charlie Werblow were delighted to hear that they
are now Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow.
ON THIS JOYOUS OCCASION
Jennie Gordon had Open House at her home
Sunday on So. Miami Ave. in honor of her
mother. Ida Hartz. It was a beautiful day. quite
in keeping with the celebration of such an im-
portant 90th birthday. Ida was in a gay silk
print with two of the largest white orchids ever
seen. Women of the family could easily be spot-
ted by the purple orchids thev were wearing. Mrs.
Russel Brant flew in with her grandson. Rusty
Browers. Rita Gordon, Sue Margolies and Mrs.
Dave Frank were all wearing flowers. Henrietta
and James Gordon had their two children: CraTa
wore an adorable red velvet suit with a scrap of
a red bow tie. Baby Helaine rooed a* she m<-vH
back and forth in her own little swing next to
the table where Sadye Rose was in charge of
the guest book. Rabbi Morris Skop and Rabbi
Max Shapiro, in a touching little service, gave
the blessing as Ida cut the pink and white rose
decorated birthday cake The backyard was
abloom with flowers, delicious goodies and peo-
ple. Included among guests who came in a
steady stream to pay homage to the 90-year-old
queen were Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver. Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Paul Sobel and her
mother. Reba Field. Esther and Carl Weinkle,
Harry (Pop) Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Shel-
don. Sylvia and Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Egert. Mrs. Herbert Scher, and Mr. and
Mrs. George Feller. Also Stacy and Shepard
Lesser came in from Palm Beach to say good-
bye to Stacy's parents who are leaving for Eur-
ope and to wish the happiest of birthdays to Ida.
ANY WEDNESDAY
The play at the Coconut Grove Thealre was
"Any Wednesday," but it really was a Saturday
nmht when Miami and Miami Beach were both
so well represented in the audience. It was a
delightful play, and the laughs came one right
alter another. Seen in the audience were Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ep-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Caddcn, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zeeman. Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Falick. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Rauzin. Mr and Mrs. Alvin Cassel. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Novak. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kornblum,
Mr and Mrs Harry B. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Mulson.
aces
DID YOU KNOW
Claire and Arthur Rosirhan "'! on *r.enk.
ing terms with their dog, Nippy. Their house was
robbed .
Trudy Hamerschlag is leaving for Israel next
week. She is a deputy governor for the Inter-
national Meeting of Governors for Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem .
The Jacob Bergs have joined the new grand-
parent list at the King Cole Apartments. They
are announcing the birth of a new grandchild.
David Michael, son of Lauretta and Gcrshon
Berg, of Chicago .
Sadie Kling Frenkil writes that the rains in
Spain are mostly in Madrid. However it didn't
affect the caviar that they served along with a
jillow for the feet. In Baltimore they aren't so
pillow loi
"fancy-~
ancy
Diane (Mrs. Daniel Neal) Heller and Lil (Mrs.
Henry) Rosenblatt went to New Orleans to open
an ORT chapter. No beach days there it was
damp and drizzly .
* *
HELLO MOLLY, HELLO SOLLY
Mrs. Ben Kosloff entertained at luncheon at
the Algiers Hotel in honor of Molly and Sol Sil-
verman's 43rd wedding anniversary and to fete
the Silvermans' anticipated trip to Israel with
the Charles Fruchtmans and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Zatz, of Toledo.
As the anniversary cake was cut. Molly sere-
naded her Sol with a touching nostalgic song.
Shari (Mrs. Lawrence) Silverman also sang, ac-
companied by Olga Bibor Stern. Among guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman. Fannie ten
dearingly called Faygclle ") Broad. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hammerman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aiduss. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Mach. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Uakovosky, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Marx Ihe's one
3f the writers of the Jackie Glcason show). Ida
AJtschuller and Frances Entine.
*
GEORGE WASHINGTON NEVER TOLD LIE
Neither did Lillian and Max Oris when they
celebrated with a red. white and blue party at
the King Cole, where they live. Men never mind
telling how old they are anyway it was a 70th
birthday for Max. Among guests attending be-
sides their children who flew in for the affair,
were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alper. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Weinfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Pollack, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Waller.
IDA HAKTZ
Beth David USY
Beth David USY will meet on
Sunday morning. The teenagers
will conduct services at 9:15 a.m.,
in Beth David Herbert E. Scher
Memorial Chapel and then have
breakfast in th Social Hall.
Men's Club Will
Hear Artist
Men's Club of Tempi, .
will feature Nehemia:-'j"
the speaker at the 3mS'
breakfast on Sunday ,.. *
Temple Social Hall v k"
and woodcraftsman 'wmZ .
"What Does Art Teach TJ^1
A display of Mr. Mark','-,
creations will be on exhih t th
out the day. and the *"
available for expianwZ^J
work.
Rabbi Mayer Abraaowto
has known the artist fa i
decade, will introduce ,.;m
Ben.Krovetz, president of
Men s Club, has appoir'*j ,L
! lowing committee to act as
'.for breakfast: Ben Afta.
Friedman, Lester GoHtorr a
bert Kaplan. Marshall Krtbtri
vid Milled. Ted Nelson, Ed U
man, Norman Shapiro. Morrbtk
ben and Norman Wllllnger,
Following the breafist X J
will adress the Temple usTb
who will have brunch intaelJ
I Y o u t h Lounge. A sp-:ja|h.
: pared talk which he i ., prfil
i to -the young men and nmeni
be entitled -Jewish Art is a
turing Influence."

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Israeli Violinist This Weekend With JM Orch.
The Tschaikovsky Violin Con-
certo will be performed by young
Israeli violinist Shmuel Ashkenasi
with the University of Miami Sym-
phony on Sunday and Monday
night at Miami Beach and Dacle
County Auditoriums.
The concerts, both of which be
gin at 8:30 p.m.. will be conducted
by Dr. Fabien Sevitzky. Orchestral
selections on the program will be
the "Carneval" Overture by
Dvorak and Symphony No. 5 by
Beethoven.
Ashkenasi was awarded a schol-
arship to study under Efrem
Zimbalist at the Curtis Institute
in Philadelphia in 1956.
Since then, the 24-ycar-old vio-
linist has won huh honors in three
of the world's major music- eon-
tests: the 1957 Merriweather Post
Contest in Washington (first prize),
the 1959 Queen Elisabeth Compe-
tition in Brussels (laureate), and
the 1962 Tschaikovsky Competition
in Moscow (second prize).
Ashkenasi. born in Tel Aviv, has
made extensive appearances in the
Soviet Union. Western Europe and
Israel. He is now on his debut
coast-to-coast tour of the United
States.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Tema (Mrs. Morris) Burks dark eyes sparkled and
glowed as she popped In and out of trouble when she was
a little girl in New York City where she was born. Her
eves still sparkle, and her heart shaped-face is just as vivid;
but now she is a dignified young matron, and probably
never remembers at all that she didn't like dragging her
younger sister, Monu. around with her when she was a
child as she calls out to her own youngsters to take the
next in line along. Tema's familv moved to Miami Beach
in 1938. Tema went to Ida M. Fisher, then Miami Beach
High School. Later, she went to the University of Mary-
land, where she was active and interested in student gov-
ernment. An Alpha Epsilon Phi in college, she was active
in forming the Greater Miami Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association.
After graduation, she returned to Miami Beach, where
she worked for the Florida Sun. now the Miami Beach Sun.
as a reporter covering everything
from social news to the police
blotter. It was at this time that
she met Morris. Soon, they were
married and moved to Bay Harbor
Islands, where they built a charm-
ing house. Since Morris is a build
er. Tema just left the building to
him. Presently, they are building
a home in Coral Gables that
sounds ideal for themselves and
their four children, each different,
each wonderful, according to Te-
ma. They are Michael. Patty. Tom-
my and Susan.
Tema has been most active in
community affairs. Right after
her marriage she was public rela-
tions director for two years at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She
was also involved in the work of National Council of Jew-
ish Women. It was much easier to participate in club work
when the children were small. Now active in PTA work,
Tema helped organize the Bav Harbor Islands Cooperative
Nursery and was also instrumental in starting an after-
school recreation program. She's also currently leading
a Great Books discussion group at high school and is active
in American Jewish Committee. Since she believes that
the Civil Rights movement is one of the most important
events in American affairs today, she has concerned her-
-elt with that aspect of the American Jewish Committee.
Tema and Morris have started an art collection, in-
cluding many different styles of painting and sculpture.
They like to play tennis together, water ski. enjoy opera,
conceits and ballet. They also enjoy traveling, packing
as much as possible into the smallest amount of time, as
Morris finds it difficult to take long vacations. Knitting
i> too quiet for Tema and takes too long. Just as soon
as she starts anything. Tema wants it finished right away.
That's why she has always been so good at volunteer work.
From the time Tema was first married, she adored
making fancy things and cooking exotic dishes. No recipe
was ever too complicated for her. However, if one hus-
band likes gourmet cooking, and lour children do not, the
happy compromise is no gourmet dinners when the chil-
dren are at home. As parents of the new generation, Tema
and Morris are not satisfied. They are always searching,
groping for what is best for their children. What should
they be taught? What are the values to be held above all
others in today's world'' Until they find the answers, the
Burks are doing fine, just fine.
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Miss Devera Dernis Becomes Bride
Of Rabbi Harold Richter in Rites Here
The former Miss Devera Dernis
became the bride of Rabbi Harold
Richte,- on Saturday, Mar. 28 at
B'nai Raphael. Rabbi Eugene Lab-
ovitz and Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz conducted the afternoon cer-
emony which was followed by a
reception.
For the nuptials, the bride chose
a formal length gown of silk or-
ganza and alencon lace styled with
scoop neck, short sleeves, and bell
skirt. The entire front of the gown
was appiiqued with alencon lace
Sandra Broad.
David Kayton
Exchange Vows
Sandra Broad became the bride of
David Kayton on Sunday. Mar. 21.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shep-
ard Broad. 9405 E. Broadview Dr.,
Bay Harbor Island. Rabbi Berel
Wein and Cantor Abraham Seif of-
ficiated at the afternoon ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Broad, of 4330
Nautilus Dr. She attended Miami
Beach High. University of Florida,
and received her degree in ele-
mentary education at the Universi-
ty of Miami. She has taught in the
Dade County public school system.
The groom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. K. Kayton. 3148 SW 16th
Ter. He is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida and is associated
with the Labor Relations Board in
the Baltimore. Md., office.
Mrs. Shepard Broad was matron
of honor for her niece, and Norman
Kayton served as best man for his
brother.
After their honeymoon, the cou-
ple will live in Baltimore.
and the chapel train cascaded from
the shoulders to the floor. A fab-
ric rose head piece trimmed with
lily of the valley held the multi-
tiered veil and she carried her con-
firmation bible with orchids.
Wearing floor length crepe
sheaths of cherry pink in the em-
pire style, bridal attendants were
Mrs. Judith Levine, matron of hon-
or. Mrs. Sandee Steinberger. Mrs.
Pamela Dernis and Mrs Marilyn
Dernis. bridesmaids.
Ring bearer was Bruce Stern.
Susan Stein served as flower girl,
and Helaine Stern and Karen
Stern were in charge of the guest
book.
Mrs. Bella Richter. 1040 Euclid
Ave. the bridegroom's rnthej,,wa:,
escorted down the aisle by Arnold
Richter. another son.
Serving as best man was San-
ford Dernis, and ushers included
David Dernis, Edward Levine, Jer-
ry Steinberger and Dr Alvin Stern. -
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Dernis. 650 86th St.. the bride at-
tended Hebrew Academy. St. Pe-
tersburg Junior College and Uni-
versity of Miami.
Rabbi Richter attended Hebrew
Theological College in Chicago. Em-
manuel College and University of
Miami, and was ordained at Mesiv-
ta Torah Vodath. Spiritual leader
of B'nai Raphael, he serves as sec-
retary of Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association.
Following a honeymoon in Ca-
racas. Venezuela, the newlywed*
will live at 1320 NW 183 St.

MKS. HAROLD PICHUI
Rosenbergs Tell
Daughter's Troth
To Alan Gardner
Mr. and Mrs AI Rosenberg. 5805
Leonardo St.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sona. to Alan Gardner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gard-
ner, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
j Miss Rosenberg is a Magna Cum
Laude graduate from fhe Univer-
. sity of Miami and recently received
her Master's degree in education
from Columbia University.
Mr. Gardner is a graduate of the
University of Georgia. He served
three years in the Navy as lieuten-
ant j.g. and is presently employed
as an operations analyst with the
Navy ships' store office in Brook-
lyn.
An August wedding is planned.
SONA ROSfNSfRC
E. All. ii B( >,,i
*1*S. DAVID KAYTON
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood will
hold its annual fashion show. "My
Fair Lady." on Thursday evening,
Apr. 8. at 1401 NW 183rd St. Fash-
ions will be by Young Sophisti-
cates.
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1965
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Paqe 9-1
Kss Schneider,
[chard Elwood
be Married
,.,| \|P> Herbert Schneider,
."-,;,'], si announce the en-
.;,' ol (heir ci;.uhter. Mari-
' Richard El wood, son of
I Mrs. Edward Elwood. of
fideolect is a graduate of
Uiami Sen or High, where
.. membei ol National Hon.
,\ and Thespians. She at-
Svracus t niversity and at
t jg a .!;; lent at New York
. Iwood received his degree
miii. : i Syracuse L'ni
,ml js m attending Brook-
He is a member
Epsilon P social fraternity.
Ess Blum Will
>d Gothamite
Mid Mrs Hubert D. Blum
o Bal Harbour, have an-
I ie >... ;ement of their
, \ May, to Robert
Meweiss, s i ol Mr and Mrs.
[u< Schneeueis. of New York
. Dride-tii-be is the grand-
]|hi- of Mr. and Mrs. Morti-
0l \ -hville. Tenn.
| i i- graduate of Har-
Junior Colli je. Byrn Mawr.
land i- pr I Hy attending the
lersit) ol V mi. Her fiance is
|,.a ate ol I niversity of Mi-
ami is n' doing graduate
tl ere.
[June wed ; : is planned.
Fine, Lencz
Plan July Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine. 712
Cremona Ave.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Renee,
to Leslie Lencz. son of Dr and Mrs.
Erwin Lencz. of Derby, Conn.
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High, the bride-elect is now
attending the University of Miami,
where she is majoring in elemen-
tary education.
The future bridegroom is a grad-
uate of the University of Connecti-
cut, and is now attending Univer-
sity of Miami School of Law.
The couple plan to be married on
July 11
MARflrN SCHNEIDER
richer, Kellner
[change Vows
former Phyllis R. Kellner
Raymond \ Wincher were
rieii on Uar. 6, with Rabbi
Shapn iciating.
ke briile is daughter of Mr.
lure. Ma Kellner, 2315 SW
Ave. The ri legroom is the
(of Mr. and Mrs, Martin Win-
V IN N'E 17; Ter.
pe couple ara now living in
In Miami
Miss Rubenstein
To Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubenstein.
1576.i NE loth Ave.. announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Cheryl Bea, to Leslie
Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Young. Brooklyn. NY.
The couple will be married June
12 at the Barcelona Hotel.
Michael Sossin, owner-manager ol the Blackstone Retirement
Hotel, celebrated the 73rd birthday of Samuel Rabin, a resi-
dent at the hotel, with a recen* party under the auspices of
the Jewish National Fund. Seated (left to riqht} are Mrs. Anne
Abram, Rabin, and Mrs. B. Lazovic. Standinq (left to riqht)
are Mordecai Yardeini and Aaron Blackman. A Jewish Na-
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musical offerings by Cantor Yardeini. In addition to Sossin,
Arrangements Committee included Simon Tetlenbaum. Aaron
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Leon J. Ell. president of the
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Mrs. Thomas Gerard, a member
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Edwin Ginsburg. Dave Sommer.
Bennett Lifter, Al Malnic, Henry
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PLAGLBR-Granada Jewish Cen-
tor celebrated its sixteenth
irthday with a "sweet sixteen"
>arty Saturday night. The dance
neted with a midnight breakiast.
and chairman was Mrs. Syd
r.ooth. She greeted guests drcss-
d in an emerald green chantilly
ace shift over black silk taffeta,
ler dress was high necked with
ong sleeves.
Mrs. Hyman Coverman chose
i royal blue silk chiffon sheath
vith a plunging V neckline and
oftly draped bodice. Dynasty
ilk brocade in a kelly green was
vorn by Mrs. Barney Landers.
Her sheath was scoop-necked,
sleeveless, and with a matching
ringed belt. Ice blue and silver
lame combined in the blouson
jodice and sheath skirt combin-
it ion which Mrs. Nat Weiss wore
A self-fabric asymetrically dra-
oed bow was at the waist.
B
LACK chiffon in the bodice
and black chantilly lace in
be sheath skirt was the choice
)f Mrs. Lou Lopatin. Her short
brmal featured the Empire
valstline and floating panniers in
?he back. Black was also the
olor choice of Mrs. Matthew
,'ohen. Her sheath featured white
ilk organza parasol sleeves with
imbre charcoal flowers appli-
ued in a circular pattern. Mrs.
Charles Adelman's three-piece
ocktail ensemble was in silk
rocade. Her sheath and modi-
ied chanel-type of waist-length
acket were in black, and her
hite overblousc had the popular
-owled neckline.
The Rabbi's wife, Mrs. David
tosenfeld. selected a black silk
jrepe sheath for the party. Black
atin was banded around the
waistline, with a satin flower
and satin floral appliques on the
front of the dress. Mrs. Sadie
Waranch. who is visiting from
Maryland, was dressed in a silk
sheath which combined charcoal
and black and white into a geo-
metric print with its own match-
ing jacket. A white moygashel
linen sheath with royal blue and
mint green silk appliques on the
bodice was worn by Mrs. Ida I.e-
vine.
IvJRS Arthur Deckelman select-
" ed a raspberry-colored linen
sheath with a full ruffled collar
in white with raspberry color-'d
polka clots. A short-sleeved, ma-
roon-colored sheath was worn by
Mrs. Berry Clein Mrs Harold
Strumpf's multi-colored silk print
featured a modified bateau neck-
line and flat bows on the should-
ers. Black illusion over a black
and white silk taffeta print was
chosen by Mrs. David Rosenthal.
Mrs. Tom Fritsch wore a two
piece sheath and overblousc in
sky blue and silver lame.
Mrs. Alfred Nadler. Sisterhood
president, selected a procelain
blue peau de soie sheath skirt
with an embossed bodice in a
deeper blue and silver brocade.
Wife of the Center's president.
Mrs. Ben Jonas, was in a royal
blue sheath with a scooped neck-
line and shirt sleeves. A royal
blue, sheer wool, two-piece en-
semble was worn by Mrs. Elmer
Rogers. Mrs. Sam Goldstein de-
signed and made the silk coin dot
print she wore. A white silk or-
ganza ruffled over blouse topped
the black and white striped
sheath skirt which Mrs. Leo Sing-
er chose for the dance.
The Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en at a recent Purim party in the DiLido Hotel.
ParticipaMnq were the seven chapters of the
Miami Beach CouncilChai. Freedom. Har-
mony, Hatikvah. Menorah. Miami Beach, and
North Shore. Mrs. Max S. Kern, president of
the Council, was crowned as Queen Esther
by Mrs. Elsie Belsky, founder president of the
Council. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. A. Wil-
liam Gerstman, adult Jewish education chair-
man and chairman of the day, Mrb. Kern; and
Mrs. Robert A. Lttt, vice president. Standiv
(left to right) are Mrs. Samuel Tannenrxnnn
treasurer; Mrs. Solomon Moses, sentinel; Mn
Belsky; Mrs. Sidney Teper, corresponding sec-
retary; and Mrs. George Ginsberg, recordinq
secretary.
National Council of Jewish Women
To Conclude Season Next Wednesday
in- at Kings Bay Yacht and Co*I
try Club will include an execuiml
Beard presentation of "The Couivl
cil Puppeteers" and lunch
Florida Derby At Gulf stream
A new name has been added to '
the list of prospects for Saturday's 1
3-th running of the $100,000 Flor- j
. Derby at Gulfstream Park.
Gummo will be in the lineup in !
this three year-old classic, and he
11 be carrying the colors of M.
V Silver. He's trained by E. A.
I eloy. who suffered disappoint-
ment last Saturday when Gun Bow
i wished third in the Gulfstream
.irk Handicap, and who hopes to
even the score in the Florida
Derby.
Arriving by plane from Laurel,
Gummo gained a spot in the Derby
field when he won the Senatorial
Stakes at the Maryland course Sat-
urday. Five nominees for such
races as the Kentucky Derby and
Preakness were in the field he de-
feated.
Earlier in the winter, Gummo
displayed good form at Santa Ani-
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Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women's eight
divisions will hold their last gen-
eral meetings of the season on
Ucdnesday. In addition to elec-
tion of officers for the coming
1 year and reports from returning
I delegates to the national conven-
i tion in New York City, a variety of
; programs have been arranged by
, division program chairmen, accord,
ing to Mrs. William I. Brenner,
; president of section.
New ly-eleeted officers will be in-
I stalled at a Joint ceremony on May
| 5 at the Carrillon Hotel.
*
> Biy Division will meet at Wash-
ington Federal. Normandy Isle, at!
12:30 p.m. Mrs. Richard Altschu-,
! ler, associate professor of human- J
; ities at Miaml-Dade Junior College,!
will speak on "Morality in the
i Movies."
* *
Coral Division will meet at
YMHA of Greater Miami, 8500 SW
8th St. "This is the year That Was," i
! an original musical presentation,
will be shown. Dessert and coffee
1 will be served.
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Evening Division meets at the
Skyways Motel, 2373 Le Jeune Rd.,
at 8 p.m., and will feature presen-
tation of awards to outstanding
' members.
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Indian Croak will meet for noon
1 lunch at the Caribbean Hotel. John
Serbin, executive member, board
of Federation, and past president of
Combined Jewish Appeal, and Ar-
thur Rosichan, executive director.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will speak on the United Jewish
Appeal.
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Islands Division i s having a
"Bonus" luncheon for paid-up mem-
bers in the gardens at the home of
Mrs. Rose Garth, 215 Coconut Ln.,
Miami Beach. A discussion group,
led by Doris Lee. on "Federal Aid
to Education." will precede the
meeting. Elections and awards will
follow.
* *
Lincoln Division meeting will be
held at the Sea Gull Hotel at 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Del Rubin, a Council lead
r. will speak on "Community Ser-
vice.'' Entertainment by Freder-
ika and accompanist Lillian Kirson
\ ill follow.
* *
Shores Division will be ad-
dressed by Rabbi Sanford Seltzer.
regional director. Southeast Coun-
cil, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, whose subject will
be "Is Your Decision Valuable?"
Luncheon meeting will be held at
Westview Country Club at 12 p.m.
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Trixie Levin will present "Fidd-
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is Added to Works Due for Exhibit
It JFCS Women's 'Holiday in Spain' Party
+Je*lst) Meridian
Paqe> 11-B
omen's Commute of J e w i s h
ily and Children's Service will
[.-Holiday in Spain" art show
icocktail parly at the Surfside
nmonity Center on Apr 10.
rs Max Cofien. president of the
nen's Committee, said that Mrs.
aid Le's recording secretary,
[now at work cataloging paint-
Is to be exhibited.
Among pictures to be exhibited
I painting donated by Miss Yu-
i Mann, director of the Jerusa-
r Art Center The painting is
[Melitta. the only woman artist
ihe collection, featuring a por-
L of a young Iraqi girl,
rs. Cogen added that other Is-
i artists will also be on exhibit.
In addition to the gift by Miss
Mann, others include works from
the Ann Jaffe Galcrie 93 in Bay
Harbor; Mrs. Sascha Robbins. of
the Marble Arch Gallery of New
York and Bal Harbour; Sascha
Tebo. of La Petite Galerie in Coral
Gables; as well as works by in-
dividual artists.
Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky has se-
lected a large group of lithographs,
all framed, which she will exhibit.
Ticket chairman is Mrs. Eugene
Katz. Proceeds are lor the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
Home for Emotionally-Disturbed
Children. -
A trip to Spain for two will be'the
prize of the party.
MKS. GFffAlD IfW/S
Miner Hebrew U
riident Featured
the Friday cultural morning
Ihe Greater Miami Women's
?ision. American Friends Of the
fcrcw University, In the home of
Maurice Zimmerman, 2525
le Tree Dr.. the program to be
Rented by Mrs, Leon Kronish
feature Mai Hcc-ht, former
denf of the Hebrew University
'Jerusalem, and Mrs. Meira Ro-
r. Israeli student in the United
Ites.
(n informal discussion will cm-
sue the importance of encour-
i. i student exchange between
M and the United States.
According to Mrs. Samuel Si-
nhoif, president of the Greater
bini Women's Division, there
currently four students trom
Southeastern Region attend-
ee Hebrew University under
[American Student Program, as
as students enrolled in the
|cral university courses.
summer course in English is
fig Offered this year on the Jem.
^m campus of the Hebrew Uni-
ity to elicit attendance of young
pie who do not know Hebrew or
cannot avail themselves of a
year program during under-
duate study
lemhers of the American
puds of ihe Hebrew University
sponsored scholarships to en-
deserving young people to
pue then college work in Jeru-
n.
the Apr j meeting, the 1965
of Officers for the Women's
Won Will be presented by Mrs.
mind Fogler, chairman of the
Bating Committee,
Mai Hecht (left) discusses with Mrs. Carrie Rosen (riqht) his
year of study at the Hebrew University oi Jerusalem under
the American Student Program. Mrs. Rosen has con'.ributed
a revolving student loan fund to the Hebrew University and
is chairman of scholarships oi the Greater Miami Women's
Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University. Hecht
will participate with Mrs. Meira Romer in a program Friday,
discussing the importance oi student exchanqe between the
universities in the United States and the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
rt Show Opens
Miami Beach
Iter colons) Re^i Klein is be-
IPresented in a one-man show
The main offices of Washington
f11 Savings and Loan Associ-
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I" won the Emily Lowe Compe-
>" m 1956.
N has had several one-man
jsin New York and exhibited '
rny. ai'"P Shows. The exhibi-
ts ui continue until May 3
ps Klein studied art at Ren
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award from Mrs. Louis Baron (right), president of the Southeast
Florida Region of Women's American ORT, las Friday in the
Eden Roc Hoiel. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (left) introduced the
movie star, who described the experiences of her father-in-
law, Pincus Karl, in an ORT school in Poland. Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt, national vice president, gave the invocation. Mrs.
Harold Schneider, chairman of the day, said that proceeds
will help complete the John F. Kennedy Apprenticeship Cen-
ter in Jerusalem for some 2,000 students. Margaret Newman
Stem was awards chairman, and Mrs. William Fishman as-
sisted with arrangements.
Emanu-EI Ladies Will Play Host
Paintings by Mrs, Mitchell Wolfson
On Exhibit in Show at Jordan Marsh
A one-man show of pictures by
Mrs. Mitchell (Frances) Wolfson is
n o w on exhibit at the Jordan
Marsh International Galleries.
Mrs. Wolfson, who has been paint-
ing less than three years, is rep-
resented by a variety of works in
styles designed to symbolize the
artist in search of a technique in-
dividually her own.
The many pictures are hence
reminiscent of several influences,
ranging from the abstract to im-
pressionist. In the latter category
is an oil entitled "Vase of Flowers"
reminiscent of Van Gogh. The ab-
stract influence is best exemplified
by "Fireworks," a sunburst of hot
colors in polymer.
Mrs. Wolfson's media, ranging
from tempera, oil and oil wash
through charcoal and polymer, also
call to mind Gaughin in a hori-
zontal entitled "Aruba Trees." as
well as American Jackson Pollack
in a vertical called "The Clown"
and a horizontal entitled "The
Dog."
Striking charcoals are represent-
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vary her surfaces. Mrs. Wolfson
ranges from canvas to fibreglass to
Chinese newspaper ("Small Kum-
quats," "Fruit in Copenhagen
Bowl," "Tea Caddy," and "Egg
Plant." among others).
The artist paints "eight hours a
day, and possibly more."
Proceeds of the Jordan Marsfe
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son scholarship program, which is
currently sponsoring 24 ninth and
tenth grade boys and girls in art
instruction. The program began in
September, 1964.
"This kind of sponsorship is need
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Wolfson. Her own program covers
seven schools. "So much remains to
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Proceeds will be channeled to tl
Religious School.
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ADIN TALBOT
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Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball Wi
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One-Day Conference on Latin America
At UM Center for Advanced Studies
Israeli diplomats, a renowned
troupe of Israeli dancers, and a cel-
ebrated American-Jewish humorist
will headline the program of the
Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball
on Saturday evening at the Fon-
taineblcau Hotel.
A d i n Talbar, emissary of the
State of Israel in the United States,
will be joined by Col. Chaim Domi,
deputy of ordinance of the Israel
Army, in the presentation of the
American-Israel Service Award to
heads of civic, social and philan-
thropic organizations centering
their activities at Morton Towers.
Prior to the ball Talbar will host
a reception, starting at 6:30 p.m.,
with recipients of the award as
guests of honor. The dinner will be-
gin at 7 p.m.
Heading the committee for the
ball, which is being held in con-
junction with the State of Israel
Bonds organization, are Meyer L.
Cherkas, grand marshal, and
Morris I. Minov, chairman of the
corps of hosts.
The entertainment program will
headline Emil Cohen, widely-
known folk humorist and vocalist.
The ball will also be the occasion
for the American premiere 01 tne
Hora Festival Dancers, who will
follow their local appearance with
a tour of major American cities.
Col. Domi, who has been associ-
ated with Israel's Defense Forces,
since 1946. was one of the founders
of t h e Palmach. t h e commando
striking force of the Haganah.
During the Israel War of Indepen-
dence in 1948, Col. Domi fought on
various fronts in all sectors of the
country, including North Galilee,
nnd the Negev.
After the war, he returned to
Haifa, where he tinished his studies
at the Israel Institute of Technolo-
gy. Returning to Israel's Defense
Forces, he became a leading expert
in ordinance research and develop-
ment.
Entertainer Emil Cohen, top
humorist, has appeared in major
nightclubs, hotels and theaters
throughout the country. He has
been seen on numerous television
programs.
Cohen will present a program of
both American and Yiddish ma-
terial. He brings to his perform-
ance a wealth of background in
Jewish music, tradition and humor.
He has recently returned from a
visit to Israel.
Music for dancing will be provid-
ed by Perry North and his society
orchestra.
Representatives of the United
States. Israel, the Organization ol
\inerkan Slates and UNESCO wil
ic key speakers Tuesday at a one-
lay conference on the economic
ind social development of Latin
Vmerica.
Co-sponsored by the University
>f Miami Center for Advanced In
crnational Studies and the Amcr-
can Histadrut Cultural Exchange
Institute, the conference will be
held in the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
More than 100 community
leaders in the field of law, gov-
i i^-yi'J-
educator, formerly attached to
Leopoldville School of Ijw and
Administration and Ethiopian
Teachers Training Seminar.
At the first session of the con-
ference, opening at 4 p.m., the
speakers will discuss viewpoints
and experiences of Latin Amer-
ica, the United States and Israel
in Latin America's economic de-
velopment. The second session,
starting at 7:30 p.m., will deal
with issues in ,4^,
clal welfare. *"1
Co-chairmen ol the m
are Dr. Most L. h, "J
of ihe Universitj s eJyJ
vanced International $
Dr. Edward j. \x .
;the UM's Marketing
and chairman ol Uaj i
ter, American H:s,adn?
; Exchange Institute.
! Jack Gordon, local finu-
' Dade County .School Bom]
iber. will be moderator^
; ternoon session, and Dr
| for the evening ><>jion
;tion of speakciv ,.,]] ^
Dr. Fox.
Testimonial Set
By Beth Tov
Saturday Night
Temple Beth Tov testimonial din-
ner will be held Saturday evening
a I the Biscay ne Terrace Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Simon
will be honored at the dinner, ac-
cording to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Allain. co chairmen. Also to be
honored is Mrs. Sarah Czech, one
of the Temple's supporters since
it was established as Southwest
Jewish Center.
Others to be honored are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel (Rose Coleman)
Mitlitsky.
of State, will be guest speaker.
Tom Adams, Florida Secretary
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritu-
al leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lem of Hollywood, will represent
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association.
Rabbi Zevi Grcenwald is spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Tov.
Stars of David, a group of enter-
tainers under the direction of Har-
old Tokayer. will be featured on
the program.
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
A night club show and dancing to
? live band are features of B'nai
B'rith Social Singles affair on Sat-
urday night at the Casablanca Ho-
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Marto Ballesteros. chief of the
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lori Stein Atore Steinberg Cheryl Torn
J3ctr , I Stndra Faye and Robert
Qjbel ill be Bas and
bvah this weekend at
.ion. The) are the children
Ed Mrs. Korman Cabel, 8020
iTer.
who will be Bas Mitzvah
j. evening, Apr. 2. is a
I i al West Mi
: r High, and her hobbies
, id -p "t.
ill obs rvi ins Bar Mitz-
(in Saturday
\pr He also is In the
[grade at IVesI Miami Jun-
b b i e s include
em-collet ling and playing
ndra and Robert will be
.. five years ol religious
Vla>
mi Xi Terse) for the
| maternal
. Sophie Blumen-
Craig Hershoff
,n oi \Ir. and Mrs. liar-
:i. 50 N'E 180th Dr., will
itzval Ti mple Adath
on Saturday, April 3,
|i morning service
< a seventh grader al
Kenned) Junior High
- favorite subject is math.
. recent ion will follow
Steven Baum
.'relay morning, Apr. 3,
n of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
859 Crespi Blvd.. will be
uh at Temple Ner Tamid.
is a student at Temple
"unior High,
c *. e
Sally Klinger
cay evening, Apr. 2. at
le Tifereth Jacob. Sally,
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
-"-ill be Bas Mitzvah.
fption will be held in the
Ball following services.
a student in the seventh
II Miami Springs Junior
Peter Resnick
V rday, Apr 3. Peter, son
I Mrs Jerome Resnick.
I Mitzvah at the Israel-
in the seventh grade
at Shenandoah Junior High, where
Re is an honor student. He also at-
tends the Israelite Center Relig-
ious ScMol." "
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following the services. Pres-
ent will be his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Tanner and Mrs.
Freida Resnick.
I his favorite sport is horseback-rid-
1 ing.
Kiddush reception followed the
service.
Herbert Smith
Saturday morning services on
Apr. 3 at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Smith. 2090 NE 197th Ter.
In the accelerated program at
John F. Kennedy Junior High,
Herbert is also interested in sports,
his favorite being golf.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception at the Doral Country
Club.
t *) A
Joyce Rosenberg
Bas Mitzvah oi Joyce Ann Rosen-
berg will be observed during late
Friday evening services. Apr. 2.
at Temple B'nai Sholom.
Born in Cleveland. O.. Joyce has
been a Miami resident tor nine
years. She is in the seventh grade
at Parkway Junior High and active
in 4-H Club.
Parents of the celebrant are Mr.
and .Mrs. Eugene Rosenberg, 1962
NW 185th Ter.. Opa-locka. Mr.
Rosenberg is gabbai at Beth Ko-
dcsh. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Herman, of Cleveland.
v
Cheryl Toth
Cheryl Pam. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Toth, 1182 NE
176th Ter.. will become Bas Mitz-
vah on Friday night. Apr. 2, at
Beth Torah Congregation. Cheryl
will be presented with a Bible by
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood.
Cheryl is a seventh grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High and plans to continue her
religious education at Beth Torah.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy, of
Miami Beach, are the celebrants
grandparents. m ""
A reception and dinner will be
held in Cheryl's honor at the Caril-
lon Hotel on Saturday evening.
Marc Steinberg
During services Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 3. at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Marc Henry, son of Mr and
Mrs, Aaron Steinberg, 1280 SW 2oth
St.. will become Bar Mitzvah,
Marc is a seventh grade student
al Shenandoah Junior H i g h, He
plays violin in the school orches-
tra, and has also studied piano
for several years. He has attend-
ed Beth David Religious School
for eight years and is planning to
continue in Hebrew High. The eel
ebranl has been chosen to serve as
legislative page al the opening
session ol the House of Repre-
sentatives in Tallahassee ii"1- year
Mr. and Mrs. Steinberg are giv-
ing a reception al the Barcelona
Hotel Saturday evening in honor
ol their son. Grandparents. Mrs.
Ida Steinberg. N e w York, and
Morris D.mdes. Miami, will be
among those attending the celebra-
tion.


Lori Stein
Bas Mitzvah of Lori. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stein, will be,
included in Saturday morning ser-
vices. Apr. 3. at Temple Emanu-
El.
Lori attends the seventh grade at
Nautilus Junior High School. She
is a student of the piano, and her
hobbies include swimming and wa.
ter-skiing.
Mrs. Leah Wilner. of Miami
Beach, Lori's grandmother, and
her grandfather, Abraham Stein,
of Brooklyn, N.Y.. will attend the
celebration.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
ing file service and at a reception
Saturday evening at her home.
r H
Irving Kati
Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome Katz. 1970 NE 188th St.. was
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Adath
Yeshurun on Saturday, Mar. 27.
Irving is a seventh grader at
John I'. Kennedy Junior High, and
Hebrew Educators Alliance to Honor
Rabbi Azulay at Dinner Saturday Night
Hebrew Educators Alliance of
Greater Miami will hold a dinner
Saturday. 8:30 p.m., at the Sterling
Hotel. The dinner will honor the
organization's president. Rabbi Shi-
mon Azulay.
The function will also serve as
the launching pad for the estanlish-
Rabbi Azulay is on the staff of
the Hebrew Acedemy and Hebrew
High School of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. Currently, he is pres-
ident oi Moadon Hebrew-speaking
society of dealer Miami. He has
served on the Executive Board of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
and on its placement and License
Committees
He is also active in Federation
and has served in the cabinet oi the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Chairman of the function is El-
lis Robins, administrative director
ot Temple Beth Am.
Educators Meet
On Beach Jointly
Representatives of the Hebrew
Educators Alliance. Hebrew Teach-
ers Association. Jewish Educators
Alliance and Bureau of Jewish
Education met for joint discussion
last week at Temple Menorah.
The joint groups were addressed
by Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president
of the Hebrew Educators Alliance;
Louis Gadon, president of the He-
brew Teachers Association; Saul
Rabin, representative of the Jew-
ish Educators Council of School
Directors; and Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
The meeting was called to deter-
mine steps to be taken by profes-
sional-,,Jewish educators., to raise
the standards of Jewish education
within the community.
Resolution was passed to form
a joint committee of representa-
tives of the lour agencies to meet
regularly to discuss internal prob-
lems and to develop a plan of or-
ganization which could actively
meet the issues of Jewish educa-
tion in the community.
Committee includes Rabbi Azui
lay, Ellis Robins. Gadon. Mrs.
Florence Birchansky, Abraham
Gittelson, Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
and Schwartzman
BB Women's Council
Entertainment, refreshments and
mils will be included in the annual
affair being held Monday evening;
by Miami Beach Council. B'nai
B'rith Women, according to pub-
licity chairman. Mrs. Flora H. Sin.
iek. Event will be held at the
Deauville Hotel. .Mrs. Max Keru
is president.
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The Hebrew Educators Alliance
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the National Federation of Hebrew
Teachers and Principals "and is
recognized as the local voice of
the majority of professional edu-
cators of the area." according to
Rabbi Azulay.
Guest speaker at the Saturday
dinner will be Rabbi Alexander
Gross, principal of the Hebrew
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13 the dav on which Brandeis
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commencement exercises on its 200
acre campus in Waltham. Mass.
Miami Beach Chapter contribution
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Sam Goldman. Sidney M. Schwartz,
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Friday. April ft

Great Society Beth Sholom Luncheon
Names Mrs. Kaplan for Annual Award
Beth Shirah Presentation MlZrachi Women Beth David Yoga Class*,
High point of the Temple Beth
S totem luncheon Wednesday was
:csentation to Mrs. Irving B.
] apian of the groups a n n u a 1
8-vard.
Singled out as "the woman who
h'.s been of outstanding service to
t .e community and the congrega-
tion."" Mrs. Kaplan accepted the
1 >nor at the "Great Society" af-
:. ir held at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Mrs. Kaplan was active in relig-
us and community affairs in New
York before coming to Miami
aeh with her family in 1949 and
unediately plunged into the same
kind of activity here. She has
r v e d as president of North
Everglades Has
Bar Mitzvah,
Wedding Facilities
Bar Mitzvahs and Jewish wed-
( ngs now are a specialty of the
New Everglades Hotel. .
ln recognition of various special-
-d needs of the Miami and Mi-
mi Beach communities, the New
Fverglades has launched an ex-
..nded program to facilitate the
i. ;ndling of all size groups for these
bi ppy occasions.
The hotel has always handled
such affairs, but the new program.
under supervision of catering
r anager. Fred Schlafly. will offer
a complete and interchangeable
r enu. which includes various food*
01 ten demanded for these occa-
t'.oni.
In addition, the New Everglades
v ill make available such needs as
r. usical arrangements and super-
vision of the candle-light ceremony
for the Bar Mitzvah. The hotel also
\ ill provide the large challah for
< head table and individual chal-
1. hs for the guest tables.
For larger groups of 100 or more,
the hotei offers the facilities of the
! aciflUS l~tli lloor glass-enclosed,
l oof-top room. The roof, which
v ii handle 250 to 300 guests, has
breathtaking panoramic view of
Greater Miami. Biscayne Bay and
> front Park.
Scalafly's long experience in-
cludes running his own hotel in
Switzerland and serving as eater-
manager of the Martinique in
Sew York and luxury oceanfront
uls in Miami Beach. He has
in associated with the St. Mor-
/. Hotel on Central Park South and
itel Plaza in New York.
Schlafly is well experienced in
e "old world" tradition of tine
cooking, having worked in St. Mor.
itz, Paris, London and Baden
. aden.
Beach PTA. president of Temple
Beth Sholom PTA and Sisterhood,
and president of American Jewish
Congress. At present, she serves as
chairman of the Board of Educa-
tion at Beth Sholom.
Afternoon also featured Israeli
folk singer Abraham Grobard.
known as "A v r a m," and "The
Sound of Musings," presented y
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor David
Conviser and soloist Salwa Merrige.
Mrs. Aaron M. Reder and Mrs.
Benjamin B. Goldstein co-chaired
the affair planned to help beautify
the temple auditorium.
Committee members were Mrs.
Seymour Silverman. Mrs. Joseph
"Snawmut. MTS. "S9ul Morgan. Mrs.
1 J. B. Spector, Mrs. Samuel Hirsch
1 and Mrs. D. Murray Sonnett. Mrs.
Leo Levin is Sisterhood president.
The World of Sholom Aleichem" Wj|| See Movie
will he presented on the stage of the
Beth Shirah Auditorium on Satur-
day at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will be
used for the establishment of the
library and classroom.
April Showers
Menorah Theme
"April Showers" will be the
theme of the Temple Menorah Sis-
terhood annual donor luncheon to
be held Wednesday noon in the Na-
poleon Room of the Deauville Ho-
tel.
Serving on the committee with
Mrs. Harold Dorfman and Mrs. Ar-
thur Jurkowitz. co-chairmen, are
Mrs. Margaret Blistein, Mr*. 3WlT-Jto-fl spertnl lJf Segal and Mrs. Herbert Kaplan. fund for poor families.
Mrs. Sam Belsky, Sisterhood Mrs. Hyman Kurtz is chairman
president, will present awards. of the affair, and Mrs. Joseph Gro-
Batya Chapter of Mizrachi Wo-
men has announced, through its
president, Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan,
that a movie on Russia, "Price of
Silence," will be shown at the
next meeting of the chapter on
Sunday, 8 p.m., at the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan,
1120 Miami Gardens Dr.
Joseph Yanich. executive direct-
or of the Florida Council of the
American Jewish Congress, will
speak.
A local Israeli dance group will
feature Allan Cordish. Joan and
Raphael Levi, Roberta and Norman
Lieberman. Carol and Leonard
Stein, and Mrs. Ira Stein.
Proceeds of the meeting will go
Mr.-.. Edward Goldberg u
BUD of Beth David SisU
classes in yoga conducted b
Diskin, of the American inn
of Yoga, held Mondays at g
and Tuesdays at iu a m j..
Social Hall.
Beautification Group itU
E. Albert Pallot. genera
man. City of Miami Beautify
Committee, presided at a
lar monthly meeting on
Mar. 26. 2 p.m.. at the MiJn
Chamber of Commerce
pen is co-chairman. On the con
tee are Mrs. Harry Lu
David Litman. and Mr?
ler. Mrs. Ira Stein is ihamW
the evening.
Dade Outstanding
Award Deadline
Set at Apr. 17
Deadline for nomination of can-
' .dates for the 18th annual Dade
County Outstanding Citizens
Award ha- been moved forward to
Apr. 17, according to an announce-:
'nt Wednesday by Sanford M
a erdlin, permanent secretary of
the Award Alumni Association.
Presentation of the award to Dade
( ounty's Outstanding Citizen, one
act) to a man and woman who
have performed the most outstand-
ing single function for the good and
elfare of the county in 1964, will
be made at a luncheon on Apr. 28
. i the Everglades Hotel.
Permanent judges of nomina-
tions Mrt George Bee be manag-
ing editor, Miami Herald; Ralph
Renick, vice president in charge
of news, WTVJ; and Fred K.
Shochet, publisher, The Jewish
Floridian.
Florida Secretary of State Tom
Adams will be guest speaker.
Patron since the inception of the
award is Dade Federal Savings and
Loan, Association, Joseph M. Lip-
ton, president. The award is pre-
sented annually by Sholem Lodge j
of B"nai B'rith.
Nominations may be sent to
Outstanding Citizens Award. 1964,
742 Seybold Building, Miami.
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Ly, April 2. 1965
-Jmlsl ncridUnn
Page 15-B
jfes Held For
Irs. Ethel Ween,
9ted Clubwoman
bent Miami Beach club-
Mls. Ethel P. Wien, of
I Alton Bd.. died here Mar. 25.
I was 63.
L uicii came here from Pat-
l|n.I.. 27 >'':"'s a wd was
Lnber of Temple Beth Sholom.
khf was a member of the Harzl
Up of Kadassah, and chair-
Li of the Remembrance Fund,
Mmo'her ant" life member of
Sinai Hospital. In addition,
, Was a life member of Jew-
(Honie for the Aged and was
I Hie Women's Committee of
Lndeis University.
he is survived by her husband,
(timer E.: a son, Sidney Arnold
i of New York: a daughter.
Lois w Pollack, of Miami
|ch; and five grandchildren,
fcrvices were held Mar. 26 at
ferside, Alton Rd., with inter-
in tit. Nebo Cemetery.
ibbi's Mother
isses at Age 65
Bbbi Morris llorovitz, principal i
Mcsivta Senior Hich School of |
pter Miami, has just returned I
Chicago, where he attended ,
ces for his mother, Sarah i
pvitz, who died there on Mar. j
It the age of 65.
|rs. Horovitz is also survived j
husband. Rabbi Bernard !
bvitz, who recently retired
1 serving as spiritual leader of ]
nple in Manitowoc, Wis., for
ears; another son. three (laugh-
ami 14 grandchildren.
Some 600 community leaders who attended
.he Million Dollar Breakfast of Combined Jew-
the 1965 campaign well over the million mark
ish Appeal on Sunday added SI 13.000 to put
with $1,077,000. Speaking on their behalf were
(left to right) Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving
Lehrman, Trades and Professions Co-Chair-
man George Talianoff, Residents Chairman
John N. Serbin, Trades and Professions Co-
Chairman Norton Pallot, Women's Division
Chairman Mrs. Inez Krensky, and special
guest, former Presidential Press Secretary
Pierre Salinger. (See story. Page 5-A.)
Cameiot Hall
Plans Breakfast
One of the newest high-ris-
apartments on Miami Beach. Cam-
eiot Hall, will hold a Resident;
Breakfast on behalf of the 196 i
Combined .Jewish Appeal, it wa
announced by Albert J. Hirsch an.
Joseph H. Lang, co-chairmen o.
the Residents Committee.
Guest speaker at the Carnelc.
Hall Breakfast on Sunday, 10 am
in the Card Room, will be Dr. Ir\
ing Lehrman, CJA campaign
! chairman.
Members of the Cameiot Ha
I Committee include Harry Ben
1 stock, Jack B. Blatt, Benjamin B.
Bresler, Dr. Samuel Glassmar.
I William Gross. Jacob M. Jacobs.
; Albert Selden. Charles Somme
: and Charles A. Steinberg.
LEGAL NOTICE
t'G. ki......i. mi, ..I it::. Blar-
It.. illnl Mai -' Rlvi raids.
kond. Mrs, Jennie, to. of 751
rldlan .\\. dli d Mar, 29. New-
BZ. Jnsi |ihl --'. of 110 Collins
i. dleil Mar 39. Gordon,
LER. All uham, Brt. i.l 711 Lake
IN ilieil Mar, .'7. Riverside-
RIN. Mr* m ie.v, .".7. of :. ::..-. Col-
: .....I Mi i n. s. rvlces in
.-ap. I: \. rsldi
BLAW, Alfred Swire, 54, of 9901
[Broadview lr., died Mar. 35,
[i rsiii.-
EOMAN. Ileol'ge, 80, of 7.". S\V
Rd., died Mar :''.. Gordon.
BLER, .r. -, >, so, ,.f 1123 Baj
i. died Mm S3 Riverside.
J.ER, I -.i.l. .r. Jack, IS, of 4S0U
Bjtoblgaii Avi d ed Mar. 36. Illv-
b. Pauline, 7:', ..f ir.i xe Mad
. died Mar. 25. i iordon
CSAM, Marvin I., :,:i, of 63.', No.
re Dr., died Mar. ::i. Riverside.
T-MAN. Philip, 77, ,,f ii.iii ,,,(_
AVe., died Mar, 24. Riverside.
HEBREW LESSONS
FOR ADULTS
AND CHILDREN
JE 10957
0WNED~CANTOR"AVAiuBl[ iTrl*
fly posit.on. will accept $2,000. I
(accept N,gh Holidays. Has vet- I
I" P"scn. Grtat tenor, first I
fch.r 'e,lder' Bir MKgVS I
flih M,ddle 1qed- Pei-'ectI
Vblitfll? l,B;rsonl'y. married. I
,enilartn write CM., P O. Box .
. Miami, Fla. 33101. I
Sholem Lodge
Installs Hahn
As President
Milton K. Hahn was installed
president of Sholem Lodge of
B'nai B'rith at a meeting at the
Carillon Hotel on Mar. 21.
Other officers installed were
vice presidents, Jack Kirschbaum.
William G. Thompson and Claude
Eichel; treasurer. Benjamin G.
Schwartz; financial secretary. Ar-
nold D. Schatzman: recording sec
rotary, Saul I. Blake: correspond
ing secretary'. Melvin Haber: mon-
itor, Marvin Pearlman; assistant
monitor, Dan Weiner: warden. Moe
Schatzman: assistant warden. How-
ard Learner; guardian, Chester
Leitcr.
Trustees are Leo Axlrod, Is-
rael Belinkoff, Phillip Berkowiti,
Herman Binder, Arthur Deutch,
Louis Friedman, Sam Fried-
man, William Friedman, Ber-
nard Liberman, Joseph Lipton,
Martin Parries, Louis Rabino-
witi, Sam Schindler, Fred K.
Shochet, Joseph Weishaus, and
Arthur Zweigenthal.
Installing officer was Eli Hur-
witz, past president, and outgoing
president of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Sidney H. Palmer, past president,
and outgoing president of the Flor-
ida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, was master of cere-
monies.
Sanford M. Swerdlin. past pres-
ident, Florida ADL chairman, and
permanent chairman of the Out-
standing Citizens Award Commit
tee, presided in awarding outgoing
president. Marvin Pearlman. a
plaque from the lodge and certifi-
cate from the district "in recog-
nition of his outstanding service.
Zionists Plan
Spring Cruise
April 9 to 12
CANTOR DAVIO GOID
50th Anniversary
Concert Sunday
The Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue will join in celebrating
the Golden Anniversary of Miami
Beach on Sunday at 8 p.m.
The celebration will be in the
-form of a musical concert by the
world-famous cantor and record-
' ing artist, David Gold, of New
: York.
Members of the Beach City
Council will bo present to re-
ceive the Charter Day Founder's
Award from the president and
founder of the synagogue, Jacob
C. Cohen.
One of the highlights of the
evening will take place during the
intermission, when the coveted
Charter Day prize will be present-
1 ed. The prize consists of a free
vacation tor two for the entire
lover holiday at th>> Coronet
Hotel
Special entertainment has been
| planned for the annual spring
cruise of the Greater Miami Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of America from Apr. 9 to 12. ac-
cording to Abraham Grunhut. toui-
ism chairman.
The ZOA Districts will sponsor
the three-day Nassau and Freeport
cruise scheduled to leave on Fri-
day afternoon. Apr. 9. and return
on Monday morning, Apr. 12.
Included in the activities will
be an evening at the world-famous
Lucaya Beach Hotel and Casino in
Freeport.
This will be the fifth annual
spring cruise sponsored by the
ZOA Districts of Greater Miami,
and it is open to the general pub
lie. "In the past the cruises have
sold out early." Grunhut declared,
adding that "those interested
are urged to book as soon as pos-
sible so as to avoid disappoint-
ment." ________________
LEGAL NOTICE
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 2261
PATRICIA M. NEWCOMBE SMI
Plaintiff,
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 5C 3437
THOMAS OR I'BERG and ROSE
OR'TIERO. bla wife,
l 'lalntlffs.
vs.
E. C. 8TEELE and JUNE ANN
STKKI.K. his wife, et als.
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: H. C. STKKI.E and JIWE AN
BTEEI.E, his wife
3920 ,loa*bei Atloniu. Georgia SOSIS
and all parties olalmliiE intercs-
by, ilirniiKli. miller or iiK.ilnst E. <
bTEEI.E and JUNE ANN STEEL!
and all parties having or olalmtag- i
liav.- any right, title or interest hi tl -
propert) herein described as:
The Weal 71.67" of the East 411.6*'
of the Ni of Tracl I. WEST l.n
Tl.i: RIVER, according to ihe pis
thereof, recorded in I'lnt Hook 3'
page I'1 of the Public Records '
i lade County, Florida.
v i > i" AM' i:\im OP Yur are hen
by notified linn a C.....plaint to li.
form I >' I has I" -n filed by the ajbo\.
nam.'il plaintiffs agalnsl you and eac
of you on ih.. above described prop
ertj in the above styled cauaOi ai
you and each of you are hereby n
tinlred in file an Answer or nth.
pleading responalve thereto with tl
i 'i. i ol i lie above m it I. .1 Clrcu
Courl and to serve a copy of such Ai
swer oi uther responsive pleading U]
on the plaintiff*' attorneys, BERN
8TEIN ft MILLER, IS Weal Html.
Street, Miami. Florida, on or aefoi
the 3rd day of May, 1943, otherwl*
the allegations oi siii.i Complaint wl
he taken as uoafueaed bj you.
DON'S AND ORDERED at the Dm'
County Court hoii.se. Miami. I-Ioriil.
tin.- :;oili day of March, 1965,
K B. l.KATHKK.M.W. Clerk,
I'irouii COUIt, I'ade I'onnly. l'-|ori.la
is. all
l:>: K. M. I.VMAN
11. puty I'lerk
I 8-t-16-i
ITII.
\s
$
'65 DODGE""
Oth-r Fine Can
O 95
^1 dIu
Day
plus Wile.-.ye
BENS RENTALS
11 HAGIER FR 3-0326
J^SAIE HOME
ro'l !,,olM- Attractive 2
I1" tat ot $.W. 29th Rood and
IgMi.*.* Phone 63S-084*.
|IMM mm. miS
-
Htry Schochet Wanted
PJW and live j GiaevilU, fU
T>' ivin9 ige ,nd backgroimd.
X01MAN, G.. O.liv.ry
Miami Beach, rl.
VERNON WRIOHT SMITH.
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< >: v. rnoii Wright Smith
.v.*. 3 A \ .iiii.-
\". Kensington, Pittsburgh,
i Vniisylvanla
Vou, V.-1 mm Wright Smith, lire
notified that a Rill of I'om-
,.i ,i,n for n urn hop bei n filed
.il'.i nsl you, and you are required i"
s. rve a ropy nf your Answer or I'l-ad-
Inn in the Bill of Comolalnl n Ihe
l>liiintlff's Attorney, HENRY M
WAIT2KIN, I"*" s-.tis Snttfl Blvd.,
V..- ill Miami. I" i I I "'I I I" the
orlnlnal Arnnrer f Pleadlna In th
. nf |he Clerk "f Ih* i i
:' dav 'I
h;-. it vou fall in do so. judgment
'.. ih fn nil will hi
for ih.- relief demandi .1 In the Rill of
I 'o'llll1 i
Thl notice shall be .min-'..-,i ,..>.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In this jp*WI8M .i-i ii \ v
DONE VN'I' ORT>ERED Bl Miami.
this Slat day of March A.D.
" i: B USATHERM W. Clerk,
Cb-cull Court Had- '*......... Plorlda
is,i|) llv: I.. 8NEEDEN
henufy Cleric
II i\l:V M. WAIT7KIN
Wnltakln l.iw lliilldlni!
ITT" Sans Bbticl Blvd.
North Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plnlntiff
I S-9-18-21
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 65C 3495
MYRi i\ HKltsil
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAISII.VN 8, 1IERSII,
i iefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl l M AKII.YN S. HliRSH
69 Goodu In Avenue
Newark, New Ji rat !
Yon MARfl.YN S. MKIISIl are hf-i
by notified thai a Hill of t'nmplaii
for Divorce naa been filed acalnt
you, and you are reQuired to ser\. i
copy "f your Answer or PleadlOB I
the Bill of Complaint on the Plain!
iffs Attorney, PAUL KW1TKE1
l-si.i.. ISn Lincoln Road, Miami Beacl
.mil i:. ih. original Answ.
or Pleading In the office of tha Clerl
of the I'lrcult Courl i.....r before ih
.Ml. da> of May, 1965. If you fall to d -
so. Judgment by default will be take
against you for tha relief demande
Bill of Complaint.
This noli.-, shall be published .....
each week for four consecutive w.-.-k
in THE .1 i:\yisii Fiji IRI1 HAN.
I ii >\i: AND i IR1 >EREI .1 Mlam
Floi ii.i. this :i>i dav of March, A I .
1965
!." \'rin-:i:.\iA\. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is...Ii li : I.. SNEEDEN
11 pul\ l 'lerk
I'AII. KWITNEY
u'ii Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
JE I-S5S6
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/-. I
REN1 -OPTION TO BUY
h00m P in Duplex. Coiy and
u'" No down p,ynnt to right
"," J *d""* ,,n, *>5 Wk.
NW MS- St. ph. 75M950
Staff of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council are
busy answering inquiries for the JNF Spring Festival Concert
at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Apr. 20. Left to riqht are
Mesdames Roslyn Unger. Pauline Scher and Dorothy Kam n-
etzky. Leon J. Ell. president, said that 'he program will feature
Eddie Schaffer, Rose Byrum. Harvey Bell. Avrum. and many
others.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS AND CLOSING
OF REGISTRATION BOOKS
The annual meeting of Stockholders
of AI.IV OF MIAMI. INf. will be
held at the rompany'a showroom at
8700 N.W. 5th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, on Friday, May 81, 1665, at 10:00
a.m., for the purpoae of electing dl-
rectora for the enaulng year and for
the transaction of such other busl-
iH-ss as may properly come before the
meeting or am idtrnn......
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ih.it
ih. .lose of bualneaa on April -'. '..< >.
has been fixed b> the Roard of Direc-
tors of \l.l.\" OF \iia\ii. INC., as
iii. record date for the determination
of stockholders entitled to vote al
aald annual meeting and any adjourn-
ment in* i'. ii
i:y Order of the Board of Directors.
A1.IX i IF MIAMI. INI'
By; Alex Schneldman, President
i I I.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66406 A
in i:k. Estate nf
I.OIIS NEWMAN
I '. as.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing CBalma or Demands Against Sal.
Estate:
You ara hers by notified and re
I quired to preaant any claims and de
niaiids which vou may have ajaalns
the .-.si.......f l.oris NEWMAN de
eeaaed late "f Dade County, Psm IiIii
... Hi, Connty fudges of Dade fjocn
ty, and file the .same in duplicate inn
.is provided in Section "3S.16, Fteriih-
Stalules. In their Offices in the t'onn
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the tlm. or the first publication h. i.
of, i r he same will be ban ad.
I .1 ai Miami. Florida, this 301K
\;.iv. Ii. A.D. 1965,
IBROME RUBIN
Kb Executor
First publication of this notlcd on
the -mi !..> "i April. I96S,
MISS DIANA iih.ii.I'.smith
for Ehcecutor
135 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
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Rabbi Kronish to Serve as Honorary
feWlSh Floridian Chairman of Third Seder Celebration
Florida, Friday, April 2, 1965
Section C

jy
he installation dinner of the Gilber'. J. Bal-
odce of B'nai B'rith are (left to right) in-
linq president, Bernard B. Weintraub, and
Hollowing past presidents: Robsrt I. Fried-
Ainslee h\ Ferdie, Walter Apfelbaum,
L Robbins, Raymond Boniske. Edward A.
Stern end Charles Seiavitch. Fea'.ured speaker
at the event, held in the Beefster Restaurant,
was Judge Milton Friedman, past president
of District 5. B'nai B'rith. and incoming Nation-
al Anti-Defamaticn League Commissioner.
order watchtower is manned in a scene of Arab-kraeli
lion in the Xerox examination of the Jews' struggle for a
leland, "Let My People Go." to be seen on Ch. 4 at 10 p.m..
6.
'vision Documentary to Examine
fish Struggle for Creating Homeland
hour-Ions television documen
n depth, for the
jtinu'. the ages long struggle
t h wish people for a home-
Ml be presented over Telcvi
ftation WTVJ Ch. I mi Apr. 6.
i. >i> the Xerox Corp.
special, entitled "Let It)
f Go,-' is produced l>\ Wolpe;
Jettons, which created "The
ol the President i960"
joiher award-winning docu-
pries
ucer-writer is Marshall
P'. who lists "Berlin: Kaiser
Pjev" and Day of Infamv"
U his man; credits, Richard
will be narrator.
|" production will utiliie
Is never before seen publicly.
>" re rare footage and
V'".....Rfaphs ol the pre-WorkJ
'era and captured German
*rb film. Materials have
1 fawn irom such far flung
1" as the British Imperial
[Museum, the U.S. Library of
J?.reSi' ,h? Jewish Agency, and
Government of Israel.
|asm Weizmann
"tth Meeting
Kluum estimates thai he person
ally screened more than three and
;i quarter el a million feet of lilm in
his effort to assemble the documen-
tary, in Jerusalem, he obtained film
Of early settlers taken in 1910. lie
also discovered film ol Gen. Alcn-
by entering Jerusalem on foot after
capturing it in 15)17 from the Turks,
and footage or the Grand Mufti re-
viewing the Arab Legion.
National United Jewish Appeal
is urging its local affiliates and
leaders to see the lilm. Individual
showings will be arranged througn-
ml the nation by the Xerox Corp.
Choir of Month
At Beth Am
Choir of the month at Temple
fttth Am services on Friday eve-
ning will be the following students
oi the Religious School third grade:
Sandra Chaykin. Kobin Kaber. Kar-
en Franco. Heidi Green, Susan
Krehs. .Margery Kates. Debbie Lew-
is, Fatty Lewis. Nancy Lipm.in.
Irene Richard, Rhonda Rose, Janet
Sallman. Leslie Ann Sedler. Tamara
Segal, Emily Segel, Susan Wein-
stein, Lonnie WeinstOCk, Karen
Woolfstead, Laura Bodes, Stephen
Blttel, Kei.ieth Dobkin. Daniel
Druckman, Scott Friedman, Ben-
jamin Greenberg, Mark Harrison,
Scott Kaplan. David Rngel. Sandy
Stein. Miiuly Bender, Jaclyn Ben-
jamin. Bonnie Berg. Bonnie Lee
Blrchansky, Bonnie Blumenthal,
Donna Brown. Julie Fink. Deborah
Friedman, Debbie Glasser, Mar-
garet Grossman.
Mindy Havel, Louis.' Ann JaCO-
wit/.. Susan Kessler, Terri Leldner,
Nancy Luna. Ifobyn Mann, Cyn-
thia Markovitch. Larie Newman,
Karen Rosen, Flo Weiner. Bruce
Bernstein, Samuel Faber, Larry
Gnat, Stephen Goodman, David
Katims, Gregg Schwartz, Jimmy
Segal, Matthew Snow. Howard Trae-
' ,er, Todd Tragash, Bryan Wein-
stein, Morris Weiss. Karen Bell.
Nancy Branison. Vicki Carner,
Lori Hodges
Amy Jeruss, Lynn Ratzen, Ito-
;; nna Liebman. Staeey Litman.
Dcbra London, Naiiev Steinhardt.
Dawne Weiner, Sherri Weinstein,
Amee Zucker, Wa) ne Fried. Joel
Geffen, Matthew Geller, Douglas
Lmie, Kerry Nash. Neil Odessky,
Joseph r imerantz, Russel Tar-
sches, Warren Trazcnleld. David
I dell.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom, |
and honorary chairman of the |
Greater Miami Council for Medieal
Services in Israel Kupat Holim.
v ill serve as honorary chairman ol
the Third Seder Celebration at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday
evening, Apr. 18. it was announced
by Jack S. Popick, dinner chair-
man.
Rabbi Kronish and Mrs. Anna
Brenner M e y e r s are honorary
chairmen for the Greater Miami
Council, w h i C h is building and
equipping the Greater Miami Re-
habilitation Medical Center in
Beersheba, Israel. During Rabbi
Kron'sh'S visit to Israel last year.
he participated in the dedication
ceremonies lor the clinic.
"The health care, rehabilitation
and physiotherapy that the Great-
er Miami Center will provide for
the people of the Negev town of
Beersheba and surrounding vil-
lages is a key to one of Israel's
fastest growing areas," Rabbi
Kronish said.
"We, of the Greater Miami com-
munity, were privileged to have the
mayor ol Beersheba as our guest at
a reception in his honor, and we
now have the opportunity to pro-
vide medical facilities of the fin-
est quality for the valiant men and
women who are helping to build
Israel and to reclaim the Negev
desert for agriculture and for the
resettlement of newcomers.
"It is our opportunity to protect
Israel's first line of defense the
health ol her people." the honorary
chairman added. "Through our sup-
port of Kupat Holim, Israel's fore-
most medical service, we have es-
tablished 18 hospitals. 1.000 dis-
pensaries. 212 intanl welfare cen-
ters and provided 2.600 physicians,
nurses, technicians, therapists and
pharmacists to guard the health ol
the people of Israel."
Third Seder Celebration Chair-
man Jack S. Popick announced
that the event will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin To,- their life-
Jackson-Reeb
Memorial Formed
By Special Report
WALTHAM, Mass. Brandeis
University will create a medal and
a trust fund to underwrite a schol-
arship in memory of a white nun
ister and a Ncuro civil rights work
er who lost their lives in Alabama.
T h e Jackson Reel) Memorial
Scholarship will honor the mem-
ay ol the Rev. James Reel), ol
Boston, who died in Selma. Ala..
as a result ol a beating, and James
Lee Jackson, who was shot to
death in Marion. Ala.
A second award, to be called the
Jackson-Reeb Medal, will be cre-
ated by the university lo be given
annually to a student at Brandeis
whose activities in the area of civil
rights exemplify responsible lead-
ership in that field.
long devotion to the State of Is-
rae] and lor their great toresig:it
in establishing the Harriet and Jj-
cob Rifkin Physiotherapy Depart-
ment at the Greater Miami Medi-
cal Center in Beersheba."
John F. Henning, United
States Under-Secretary of Labor,
will be guest speaker at the Third
Seder. A long-time friend of Is-
rael, Mr. Henning recently vis-
ited Israel, where he studied th*
Histadrut labor program and
served as a labo r consultant
there.
He also .studied the Kupat Hol-
im medical service program and
visited hospitals and clinics during
his visit,
Moshe Berman is executive di-
icctor of both the Israel Histadrut
Committee and the Greater Miami
Council for Medical Services in
Israel, co-sponsors of the Third
Seder. The evening will also com-
memorate the 17th anniversary of
the Stale of Israel.
Jewish Schools
In Meeting Here
Education Committees of all
Jewish schools met on Wed-
nesday to implement the accredita-
tion program of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, according to Jo-
seph Cohen. Bureau president. The
accreditation program emphasizes
quality instruction in Jew ish
schools.
Meeting was held at Temple
Emanu-EI. 1701 Washington Ave.,
in the school assembly hall at 8:15
p.m. An evaluation ol outlined
standards lor accreditation was
the subject of a report.
The Bureau's suggested stand-
ards for accreditation and check
lists of requirements for accredi-
tation of all sc.'iools have been dis-
tributed to members of all Educa-
tional Committees of Jewish
schools. The lists of schools have
been the subject of discussion
for the past two years between
the Bureau and education direct-
ors of schools.
"A tentative evaluation b) the
Bureau indicates that deficiencies
are appearing in many Jewish
schools, particularly in the areas
ol insufficient number oi qualified
licensed teachers, lack of sufficient
classroom time, and non-accepl
ame of code ol practices tor teach-
ers," according to Cohen.
The evaluation was presented
by Louis Schwarttman. executive
director ol the Bureau, in collabor-
ation with Herbert Z\ i Bergcr. as-
sistant director, and Dr. Nathaniel
soioil. Bureau consultant.
li is expected that formal accred-
itation Of schools will begin in Sep.
I (in her. 196.").
Dunsky Head's Variety Drive
Harold Dunsky a n d Associates.
local fund-raising counsel, is con-
ducting the multi-million dollar de-
velopment fund program for Va-
riety Children's Hospital.
aim Weii
HI h
' :> Branch of Far
its regular meeting
n ai the Washing
ri>l Auditorium Nor-
p.' isle
' 85-66 will be elect-
chairman, Aaron
Hl" discuss
(linn
'"n Ma
plans for the
the Shelborne
Pnnan ,,. 1)niIu.h js M()e
Ihos ,.' 8ether wi,n his wK
P "w social hour alter the
of the
Perke!.
Leit to riqht at the recent annual installation dinner
Miami Beach Chapter of United Nat.ons are Harry
vice pres.dent; H. F. Forrest, treasurer; Hendnk I Betns, re-
tina president: Abraham Grunhut. vice president; Dr Zev
Ko^an. director; Jerome Ho.chkiss. secretary; Irv.r'Swindle .
county coordinator; Mrs. Toby Emanuel. vice president. Dr.
Henry King Standford, president, University of Miami; Mrs.
Zelda Thau, vice president; Bayard Strell, presiden'.; Wally
Gluck, director; Hy Morris, director; Dr. Andre Bialolenki. vice
president. Dr. Stanford was quest speaker at the function
held in the Algiers Hotel.


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Behind the Important Bonn Decision
Nasser told a .
bs would win
down"
JERUSALEM (JTA) Talks
between West German and Israeli
officials on West Germany's offer
to recognize Israel proceeded last
week under a virtual total news
blackout.
Dr. Kurt Birrenbach, a West Ger-
man Parliamentarian, was rushed
to Israel by Chancellor Luuwig Er-
hard to sound out Israeli leaders
on the Chancellor's surprise de-
cision. After three days of talks.
Dr. Birrenbach returned to Bonn
reportedly with Israels acceptance
in principle of the recognition of-
fer.
It wit If* reported that agree-
ment hd been reached on Is-
rael's insistence that West Ger-
many complete the shipments of
arms which Erhard abruptly
lotpereed last month under
Egyptian threats to recognise
Communist East Germany.
The information on the talks Ml
all unofficial because Israel im-
posed a news blackout on Birren-
DR. KUK1 BllllilNBACH
;iry majority was in the making
for approval of the Bonn offer.
Then news emerged that West
Germany had rejected Israel's de-
bach's visit. Israeli officials did mand for completion of the $80,000.-; lations and to try to solve the Bonn-
let it be known that a Parliament- 000 arms agreement. Shortly after, Jerusalem crisis over the arms aid
suspension. Reportedly, Dr. Bir-
renbach learned about the Chancel-
lor's decision only while he was
enroute to Israel and, on his ar-
rival, he had not yet been informed
about the complete text of the
Chancellor's statement.
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Dr Birrenbach returned to Bonn .West Germany, establishment of re-I ried through u- *'
pnd reported to Chancellor Er- lations with East Germany and an' onomic aid. ho *,"* IjM
hard, the government spokesman,: Arab boycott of West Germany. I West German pri,.,,*
Gunther von Hase. said West Ger-|-
many had decided to stick to its
decision against completing the
arms shipments.
The reports of problems were I
climaxed by the disclosure that i
Dr. Birrer.bach had been instruct-
ed to make a second visit to Jeru- j
salem to discuss Dr. Erhard's
view's on Israel's conditions.
West Germany formally denied
reports that Israel had asked |
as a precondition for acceptance of
diplomatic recognition1 that West
Germany adhere to the 1950 Tri
partite Pact guaranteeing its bor-
ders.
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meanwhile asserted that Chancel-
lor Erhard's decision to propose
establishment of diplomatic ties
with Israel caught many Germans
by surprise. Among the latter was
Dr. Birrenbach, who originally was
sent to Israel to discuss the entire
! range of West German-Israeli re-
Arab Spokesman in U.S. a Suicide
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dr.
Garland Evans Hopkins, a Metho-
dist minister who was a leading
spokesman for the Arab cause in
the United States and active in
anti-Zionist groups, died here in
what police called a suicide. He
was 51.
He was secretary general of the
World Fellowship of Muslims and
Christfans. He had been executive
vice president of the American
Friends of the Middle East and a
leader of the "Citizens Committee
on American Policy in the Near
East." an anti-Zionist group.
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causes since the late 1940's when
he opposed the partition of Pal-
estine and advocated Arab state-
hood in opposition to Jewish na-
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cided on in retaliation for Bonn's
recognition offer to Israel.
The Kuwait National Assembly
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Giving is May Hartman's Way

The Israel Or-
phan Asylum was
established in
1917 at East 2nd
\ St., New York
l 11 y, by Judge
G u s t a v e Hart-
man, an Eastside
f|, .,as founded to meet the
Lraic need lor care for or-
|K,st. parents were the
U of World War I, post-war
iniics and childbirth fatali-
Iwhen the Judge died at the
|c: fifty-six. his wife, May.
in Eastside girl and the
k q| (wo small children, as-
his responsibility to the
t. iniscing about the past in
fcaeoasl Towers apartment
Bami Beach, where she now
and will entertain for some
|, it a cocktail party
(^ nday, May llartman re-
said at that time:
(have reached another mile-
;n the career which corn-
when I was a little girl
tent to work as a volunteer
Hebrew National Orphan
j. Evidently, my life and the
i of orphans are bound to-
, Devoted Endeavor
I commenced a lifetime of
devoted to the needy child.
Hartman proved not only
itremely able administrator
1 wizard ol a lund-raiser and
novator in the field of child
udies showed that small
i residences in a family like
L served children more ap-
nately than the large con-
|te institution So we planned
developed attractive small
knee units for children,
he children we accept today
p! necessarily orphans," said
Hartman. "Now we get chil-
Ifiom broken homes, those
|out of wedlock or those
parents are in mental in-
ons. Today, we see many
emotionally-disturbed chil-
[with shocking backgrounds.
herself on vacation, even though
her desk is piled high with pa-
pers and work involving her with
the establishment and dedication
next month of the Gustave Hart-
man YMHA and YWHA in Far
Rockaway, New York.
"For me," she said, "living in
Miami, in the sun, is a vacation.
Just having the time to sit on my
balcony and read the morning
newspaper is a vacation."
She glanced at the citation from
Mayor Robert Wagner, of New-
York, tendered her for dedication
to humanity and for service to
orphans. "Yes," she said, "My
whole life, I've spent doing yes-
terday what I fearwf ttflWrwfor
today. For who knew what tasks
would come my way today?"
Next on the agenda for May
Hartman is the trip to New York
where she'll be honored at a
dinner, then a trip to Europe
and Israel. "Then," she said,
"When I get back home home
to Miami Beach I will think
about what I'll do next. I will say
this: no more fund-raising, nt>
more terrible responsibilities
perhaps some speech-making to
help out a good cause."
No Other Way
The cocktail party Sunday will
be a prelude to the trip to New
York.
Any good cause lucky enough
to ensnare the devotion and en-
ergy of May Hartman will most
certainly skyrocket to success.
The lady doesn't know any other
way.
MRS. HARTMAN AND NEW YORK MAYOR ROBERT WAGNER
These children are more to be
pitied than the orphans."
Many New Yorkers remember
the Israel Orphan Asylum because
of its annual Madison Square Gar-
den fund-raising benefits which
for thirty-five years featured per-
sonalities of the entertainment
world from Rudolf Valentino to
Jackie Coogan. Initiated by Judge
Hartman, this annual benefit pro-
vided the Home's major support
for years.
Leafing through a thick album,
sitting in her charming Miami
Beach apartment. May Hartman
smiled fondly at the pictures of
stars of yesteryear. And she re-
membered Gustave Hartman, an
Eastside boy who became first a
teacher and then an attorney
and then a Judge and. above all,
a man ever concerned with the
welfare of children.
An Autobiography
The complete story of May Hart-
man and a touching portrait of
In-, late husband may be read in
the autobiography published by-
Mrs. Hartman in 1960. Entitled "I
Gave My Heart." it is a warm
story of her early days on New
York's Eastside, her marriage
to the Judge and their work to-
gether for orphan children. In
it. she describes her friendship'
with famous figures from public |
life, the stage and screen and
the world of fashion.
Today, May Hartman considers
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Fridy. April 2.
leaders of the Miami Beach Zionist -District
luncheon Club discuss the Apr. 9 to 12 cruise
:f the Grea'er Miami Districts of the Zionist
Organization of America to Nassau and Free-
:ort, which is open to the public. The Lunch-
eon Club, under the chairmanship of Jacob C.
Fishman, meets each Wednesday. 12:15 p.m..
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Left to right are Wil-
liam Agranove. Herman Weintraub. Fishman.
Herman Wilson and Joseph Alter.
Brandeis Zionists Name Siegel 'Man of Year'
ileycr Siegel wa presented
i ih< Brandeis Zionist District
[an al 'in V< ai Award on
Cer e ::i i a j ..~ held in
| iction with the district's an
al kosher d Sklar A
ium "t Temple Nor Tamid.
Invocation was delivered bj
!)hi Eugene I abovitz. >. rein
with thi' Temple's
nti i- Saul Breeh offering a
.-] .ii program,
evening keynote speaker was
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Siegel and his wife. Kati havi
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Members ol the Arran iement
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MfVfR SIEGEl
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. whose
topic was "Zionism. Arabs. Is-
rael." Spiritual loader of Temple
Adath Yeshurun for the past three
years. Rabbi Caplan serves as vice
president of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of Greater Miami and of the
South Florida Council of American
Jewish Congress.
Honoree Siegel has divided his
energies between Zionist and vet-
erans affairs since returning from
France, where he served in the
President Isaac Donen and Mrs
Donen. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Siegel,
Dr. and Mrs Herman Ausubel
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ZarHsky
master of ceremonies. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Raskin, dinner chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Rlfkin. Mr.
and Mrs. Ezra Finegold. Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Bergman. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Minnow Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Kahn. Dr. and Mrs. Ben
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Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
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Germans Urged
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BONN (JTA) The confer-
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Against Germany urged the Ger-
man Government and Parliament to
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tion of indemnification claims by
Nazi victims who left Eastern Eu-
rope in recent years. The claims
conference also called for a satis-
factory solution of the major de-
mands advanced on behalf of aged,
widowed, ill. and incapacitaled vic-
tims of Nazi persecution.
A delegation of the claims con-
ference met here with Chancellor
Erhard, Vice Chancellor Mende,
Foreign Minister Schroeder and
Finance Minister Dahlgrun. The
delegation also conferred with the
chairman of the Bundestag Indem-
nification Committee. Dr. Hirsch,
and vice-chairman. Prof Boehm.
The delegation also called on
the leaders of the political par-
ties in the Bundestag, Dr. Kon-
rad Adenauer, and leaders of
the Christian Democratic and So-
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Delegat on consisted "i Dr Na-
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,S. Arms Assistance to Israel?
By BORIS SMOLAR
1. question of whether the
Ed States should openly pro-
Israel with arms will come
and more l<> 'he forefront
American public opinion, now
hi baa been raised by the is-
covernmenl during the talks
[h imbassador-at-large Averell
bn'an in Jerusalem. It Is no
a secret that the United
m has been stimulating not
, vest Germany but also other
Ljtries ;,t different times
Imply Israel with arms. It all
Ld way back when John Foster
IfswasSuMtiary oj State under
lident Eisenhower.
Itteugh Dulles was no great
Id of'Israel, he quietly suggest-
L Canada thai it sell jets to
jol when llu- Jewish Slate was
Ere need I" counteract Egypt's
Lisition ol jets from Moscow,
[r. the United Stales had given
ement to Britain to sell Cen-
i tanks l Israel, when Israel
tc.l such modern tanks to offset
[tank power provided by Mos-
|to Nasser Washington also had
Wbing U< do \ut'i the sale by
(ice ol Mystere jel fighters to
tl. which bolstered Israel's air
kr
bu il came out that the Bonn
jernment has given arms to Is-
I with Washing) in's blessings. In
Liu ol all these facts, the ques-
1 in the mind- of many Ameri-
is: Why hide behind other
[tries in helping Israel to main-
I its balance "i aims vis-a-vis
W? Why cannot the United
it-ell provide arms to Is-
every lime Moscow provides
to Egypt and other Arab
S? The fear that this may an-
nize the Arab rulers has turned
to be exaggerated, since it is
known thai the Arabs knew
Ithe time thai Washington is
nng Israel indirectly with de-
le arms.
he Arab ruler- had j;ood reason
[to protest against such action.
did little to protest even
i-t England and France when
hold arms tn Israel openly. Nor
Ithex protest when the late
lident Kennedy openly an-
peed that the United States dc-
1 lo sell Hawk missiles to Is-
Their protests started with
Germany a year after they
knew of Bonn's arms deal with Is-
rael, and only because Nasser
SOUgbl an excuse to justify his in-
viting Premier Ulbricht of Com-
munist East Germany on a state
visit to Egypt. The considered opin-
ion of some in Washington now is.
that open sale of American arms
lo Israel would only convince
Nasser that running to Moscow for
arms will not bring his military
strength visa-vis Israel anv fur-
ther .
This may lead eventually to an
end in the arms race between Nas-
ser and Israel. Incidentally, the
United States provides Jordan
with arms' openly; why can the
same not be done with regard to
Israel?
Communal Currents: To what ex-
tent do Jewish parents in this coun-
try demonstrate a desire for their
children to acquire knowledge of
Jewish matters? To what extent do
they want their children to re
main Jewish and understand its
meaning? A sample survey con-
ducted among parents in an East-
ern City with an estimated Jewish
population of 80.000 established that
96 percent of the children there be-
tween ihe ages ol 6 and 14, receive
some kind ol formal Jewish educa-
tion. This hiith proportion is con-
sistent wilh national trends. The
parents, who included Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform Jews, al-
so indicated the kind of Jewish
education their children were re-
ceiving.
About SI percent ai'/md schools
requiring attendance on both week-
day afternoons a n d a weekend
morning: 27 percent attend Sunday
schools only; 16 percent attend an
all-day Jewish school; 4 percent
weekday afternoons only; and 2
percent have private tutors at
home. This is an exceptionally good
picture. The parents interviewed
were then asked: "How many years
of Jewish Schooling would you
like your child to have? Two-thirds
of them gave figures above five
years: 23 percent said "through
Bar Milzvah" or "through confirm.
ation;" and 6 percent gave figures
ranging between one and five years.
This throws light on the aspira-
tions of the parents for the Jewish
education of their children. Howev-
er, it is questionable whether many.
or most, of these children will be
exposed to this much Jewish edu-
cation. It is considered possible,
perhaps even probable, that for a
variety of reasons the children will
not receive as much Jewish edu-
cation as their parents would wish
ihem lo get. One of the reasons is
the yielding by parents and chil-
dren alike the value of Jewish edu-
cation lor other values.
Russian Echoes: Interest of
American Jewry in the late of Jews
in Russia has always been great be-
cause of the fact that many Jews
in th's country have their relatives ]
in Russia. This has been the case
when Russia was ruled by the Czar-
isl regime which was outspokenly
anti-Semitic; this is the case now
when Jews in Russia arc being dis-
criminated against by the Soviet
regime. To understand the Rus-
sians of yesterday and today one
must read "A Short History of the
Russian Revolution" by Joel Car-
michael, just published by Basic
Books, Inc.
Mr. Carmichael is one of the out-
standing American experts on Rus-
sian history. He is also the author
of "An Illustrated History of Rus-
ila" which is considered one of the
best books dealing with Russia's
past and present. His new book.
written against the immediate
background of the events that
brought about the Russian Revo-
lution in 1917. refers, among other
things, to the pogrom on Jews in
Russia in the pie-Revolution years
and notes that "even more recent-
ly the Jews are suffering from
anti-Semitism in Russia. In pre-
senting 'he ideals, forces and cir-
cumstances which led the Russian
Revolution, Mr. Carmichael points
out that the consequences of this
r- volution are being felt today in
our daily life.
He brings out vividly the evap-
oration of the Czaris! regime, the
emergence of the Kerensky regime
which existed for a short lime, and
the birth of the Bolshevik regime.
The book is extremely well written
iiid should be road by everyone.
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AGUDATH ACHtM. *306 Collins Ave.
Orthodox.
Friday 5:li p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Min-
sk* 3:4.". p.m.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlylt Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONOREGA.
TION 985 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
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BETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
son.
Vrlday S:S0 and I:1S p.m. Sermon
"The Dietary Laws." Saturda; : a.m. cLAG'.(i
s. "in "Thin 1hi I- r-i Monl h,
Biir Mlttvah: Marc Henry, win "f Mi
and" Mrs. Aaron stUnliewr. "* o>.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
29 Adar 6:18 p.m.
. f -m
AMI. '5 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.
(ervative. 1035 NE 113rd St.. Miami j
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday vr. p.m. Btndnita In flrat I
three rradtw of Kabrow Beimel will
participate In n.....a Berrnon:, JHjr
ilillilrrn and the Great Society. ,"
i,,,i,v v U :, i Bar MItsvah; raw.
on ot Mr and Mrs. Harold Heraboff.
Mlncha S:S0 p.m.
TEMPLE tJETM AM. 9950 N. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
Prlda) 7::'." p.m. Sermon: "Thi Pro
pfaet Elijah ami Paaaover." Third
! grade of Relbjioua School will be cliolr
I ..f th.- nmnih. riillilr.n with Apnl
birthday* trill i ulewaed, Saturday
1.11:13 in
granada 50 nw sist j j\;;-; ., ,.,.,,. Mltavah: Barry, aon
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot- ,,, j,r .,,( Jin, ,\*her Mirks.
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frid.is '':'" p.m. SatunLo J" n.m.
s. -m.m I ii iz na Tim.- Kffrctlvety,"
on the Ihenio "Sabbath Hactso-
desh." Minolta 6 p ni
BETH ISRAEL. 711 *0h St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friday MS p.m. Satorda) a.m. Bar
llltivah: Steven, non .f Mr and Mm
.Herbert \U ------a------
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mantchei.
BETH KODESH. "01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamm Ben-Ari.
Saturday ttlS a.m Sermon: An Km
Prae Men?"
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Owie Mwy. Conservative.
Rabbi R'Ch.ird Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 1:1* p.m. Sermon: "The r*u-
tur.- Mei Ahead.' ICelUrioua School
Modems will participate In aervlcei
tine- Shahbat homed l>j Siaterh.....I.
Saturday 8:46 a.in
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.
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BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rsckovsky.
TEM9M-E BETH s?L OF">40t.LV.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Twin children >! Mr
and Sirs Spencer <".....Iman, will l
named. "AaK the Rabbi" session dur-
I inc OCM al hour.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
i TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
"?oLh-n^:0?,D ^rfatfve""^^ | TEMPLE BET^ SHC-ToM 4144 Chase
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Heilbraun. Cantor David Conviser.
lOMESTEA- KriU'-V B!,S "", S,""":
St., Homes
tor Pincus Aloof. ; ,,t \ir Bm| .\i,. Harold Oranoff.
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6RAELITE CENTER. 3175 tW 25th!TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shniaryahu 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
* -via. : :. pjnj "5ui st up' afci W
toraey Meyer llaskin, member lioard
'stove ii'-n- Jewish l-'edoratlan ttneg
Shabbal boated li> Mi ind Mr- l>-
.i,1 i;..l.',:il ol tl>ii wed-
.Iin :>im i...... and hi- Mrth
s.ii'.ii.i :3M .i 'i. Moncha 8 p.m.
a
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1801
E. Andrews Aj. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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-fEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetieo
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Friday 6:10 p.m. Saturday a.m. Min-
olta 6tl6 p.m.
------ ------'_________ ... I Kridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Artistic
iDJEWiSHCENTER^tV,...,,^., judatom." saturdaj
stead. Conservative. Can-,,,,.,- ,n ,..,, Mltzvah. Jeffrey, -""
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frlda} 6 and 8:13 p.m Bertnoti: The
Malii.-i>: ii-s Human Motlre." Sat-
urdiiy s:3f a m. Sermon: "Porl ......f
thi \\". eh Bar MItsvah: Pater, s..n
..( Mi. and Mrs. Jerome Reanstk. Min-
olta fi p.m.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday 8 p.m. salurdas v;:ii a.m. Ser-
mon: "The First Fifty years." Min-
olta ".l' p.m
BETH TORAH 164th M.*I NE 11th KNESETH ,8RAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Ave. Conservative. Rabb, Max Lip- rthortox. Robbi David Lehrfield.
schitz. Cantor Ben-Z'on Kirschen-
baum.
i-id.i\ SKI" and 8:13 p.m. Has MIts-
vah: RharO. daiiahter of Mr. and Mm
Michael Toth Baturday tr4.". a.m. Bar
Mitttrah: Arihiu. son Mr. and Mrs.
N'irman Kirshnaali; Herbort, win "f
Mr. and Mrs. IwvlH Fsalth: llenjie,
fi:a of Mr. and Mi- MlllTBJ Spirliiin
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B VAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conse-vative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack I erner
r id.n ::. |..in Set inon "< Mr Pro-
...ai- Pedbjrri Haturda? 8:58 a.m.
Orthodox.
Cantor Abraham Self.
FVIilny C p.BI. Saturdin 8:JO a.n
inon: "The Pant < Cieallon."
MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
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&EPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collms An. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Relseman.
I'reia. R:30 i".m. Sermon: "Maya --
it's All an Illusion lias MItsvah:
Janlee, daua;hter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
sjatte Itosenberg .-aturd... :J0
Junior Congregation.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
| Prlfht} "::'." and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
I what is our h'.itnrt Saturday v
I a.m. Sermon: "Portion of ii- Woek."
.Min. h.i 3:30 p.m,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
rrida) W0 i .ii. Sermon: "The l>i-
i- Him., ,.i Intermarriage." Saturdai I
i.ni. Sermon: "The. W"ekls Portion of
the Itild.-." Baa MItsvah: Lorl, da uth-
l.i ol Mi and Mrs BMhsey St,in
Mlncha 5:43 p.m.
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SYMO?$t$ OF TOAM PORTION O* THE WEEK TgaJ
A woman with new-born child offers a sacrifice
"And if her means suffice not for a lamb, then she shall
two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons" (Lev. 12:8
TAZRIA Cleanliness and unclcanliness ar, further n>s
here in relation to childbirth and leprosy, "if a wom,n *
livered, and bear a man-child, then she shall bt unclean i
days .; And she shall continue in the Wood of purification
and thirty days But if she bear a maid-child, then she,
be unclean two weeks and she shall continue in the !_,
purification threescore and six days.
And when the days of her purification are fulfilled .
shall bring a lamb of the first year for a burnt offering, gj
young pigeon, or a turtle-dove, for a sin-offerina. unto the
of the tent of meeting, unto the priest" (Lev 12:2-6). Sus|
lepers are to be brought to the priest, who quarantines t^ J
for seven days.
A careful description of the varities of leprosy is ft|i,
by rules for the leper's identification and isolation "AbM
leper in whom the plague is. his clothes shall be rent, aril
hair of his head shall go loose, and he shall cover his upprl
and shall cry: "Unclean, unclean." All the days whemr.
plague is in him he shall be unclean: he is unclean; he shall -
alone; without the camp shall his dwelling be"" (Lev 13 45*.
This raeounting of tha Weekly Portion of the La* it |
I tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of tht jgeagl
Heritage" edited by P. WollmarvTaamir, $15 Publiiaar gl
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., Nnl
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the ve4.;-,|
is Joseph Schlang.
m m a watas sn
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Synagogue Schools
Want Independence
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Hth St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
lion. It would not be m
by budgetary limitations ft]
gue the synagogues.
No synagogue no maflffj
large a budget, is able to:
the kind of funds necessary I
superior educational prognil
for an adequate staff to mni|
If this were a yes or no question, program. It is also a fact5a"
my answer would be an unequi synagogue school takes I
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Tempi* Adath Yashurun
Should Miami adopt a system of a
Community United Hebrew
Schools rather than individual
synagogue schools?
Kar Mltavah: Paul. ......I Mr. ami IfY-iiko &:0 pun Saturday 8:30 a.ni
Mr- Arinni Porg i Mermnf: "The DllllrH '.f :. I'm -
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml- TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
A TASTE OF HEBREW
21
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEAAENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
and the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH
Is'the place nc\l lo you (at your
side) free?
No. the place next to me is taken.
Is the place neu to >ou taken?
Yev I told >oti that it is taken.
But nobody sits in this place!
Yes. no man sits in this place.
In this place (there) sits a woman.
M) wife siu next to me.
PacUon imci. I understand.
What to do?
You must Mail for another car.
I cannot wait for another car.
mm ,
-
a eg
.Dtcr ":'rj ar^on ,
Te-iefl jt H^ mpen
.Dwr. inns',-? "r"8K ]'t
srrfQ ratf^* mg a-^'ts
Tr.wj,*: r.c .^ac v* ,r.n*io
Jfivm '-"=-' iforM -,sm.t r,n*
vocal "yes."" However, it la Dot
Friday s:is g.m Sfrmon: it\ Chau- as simple as all this.
lauqua \'itt t.i ru.ru. Rico In ISehall i
It goes without saying that a
United Community Hebrew Schools
System for the
Greater .Miami
Jewish commun-
ity would save
this community
many thousands
of dollars. A
community
school system
will cost far lesa
than the total
amount spent by
all the syna-
gogues in this
area on Jewish
education.
What is more
TEMPLE 8INA! OF NORTH Ml AMI. I imnnrtant hnw-
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi lmPorlanl- *
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale ever, IS that a
tuqu
f Judalmi."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Friday s:16 p.m, brmon: "Religion us
,11 Obatacla to Social Proareaa." Bat-
urday 11 u m
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Canearvativo. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
l-'i i'in> R:13 i" in Bermon: "Tlu- n,-\k
and tli.. i ii'i Saturday 9 a m. Ser-
mon: "The Portion ..f the l-i." Bar
\i ;/.\..ii Barton, son of Mr. and Un
KiIiihiiI Oreenbera.
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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.
Why can*t you wait? r ri-------v s 1/iartl r: m "508
Because I am in a hurry to travel to Jerusalem. .* r St-T'- ; = .a*?s**~*"
M child is \i't> lick. .-.. as an >iVa tii n "rr :'?*r,
Ik- if ilaid upl in a hospital -..._.-.. x aa'r tr-.
I urn sorry to hear this. r is i ,_.... lyttefl? ;
Please, e can sit togciher. But I am disturbing you. .* rar? s%r.:-. : s. *;k ran
You are not disturbing 118. cs K-'rrK
the illness of the child disturbs us. .._- ...... rr r,*r.z-,
YOl'K U tenant iRY FOR TODAY
ftee HS|
he, < laid up) hospital B' Wn iva taken sit im. A f ) 1 understand rat1""-;-.;-'1*35 *:k
disturbs to >ou (pi) illness 5 to uail car becausa 1 am in a hurry nth
parochial character '
gogue. Jewish irltuatior
meaningful, must be free
restriction
If this is SO, then .thy ;i
have ;i United School Syaeaf
answer is that the -
deeprooted vested internal
Hebuw school it ii
source of its existence,
brew school provides the aj
ship, and without memb
synagogue could not suniK-l
At one time, not so iMi]
Jews needed syMwl
for his children, today, m
Jews pray or v.ant to pnjj
one time, a Jew wanted"
mum program ol Jewish i
for his children. Today. Wl
a minimal program, TJf
gogue which depends on iHl
will of these people torBj
United Hebrew I ence has learned to corf
*ABBI C API AH
Pri .luui.ir oli"ir ill i>:i!ti.-ii.:it.. n a Sab- m.: ;r th.. truth as I "1
Lath Queen Service maeaat in trib- i penor program of Jewish educa- This is the tiuin
utf to I-;...'' I.i-ll. IVrt-tz.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 991
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rrhtaj B:li p.m. ita^ MItsvah: BaH)
Kllncer. Saturday : a.m,
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dlckson.
Friday s:ll p.m Sermon "Hiatory of
ili,. Machaor Salurtlaj i". a.m.
Sermon: "The Portion >.f the Week."
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
' P '' Sermot I i 11 Naw
Vear. Oneg Bhabbal honied bj si--
rdiij 9 .i in Sei mon:
"The Portion th, Week." Kldduah
hosted !' Mr and Mm Hui i. Koaen-
bora.
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VOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. |
I Ida) .', i". i. ;l m
S. rmon: The M mth ..i N'laa i Min
in
h
V
Thi( puae is prepared in co-
operaii.in until the Greater Mi-
ami RjHnnicdl Asiociatiott.
Coo'iiiiutor of features ap-
pearing \.ere u
DR MAX L1PSCH!TZ
SjlMSMal lrilrr of Beth Torah
C->igregrtfioti of North Miami
Beach.
Over 50 residents of Normandy Isle accepted cnbi0.;l
Topol's invitation to attend the Normandy Isle <- ^ j,
ih Appeal Breakfast recently at Washington r j
itorium. Following presentation of the CombinT 1965 ^ peal story by Daniel Neal Heller, member ot m ^l
paign Cabinet, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spin -^
Temple Beth Sholom, residents of Normandy l^^^
40 percent increase for the current campaign-
right) are Heller. Rabbi Kronish and Topol.


1965____________________
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Morris Skop
Of Beth Shirah
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ki Morris A >k"l>- Tc,mP'e
Lh was born in Cleveland,
K7graduate of Ohio State
It'aS the Jewish Inrtltute
Lop which was then headed
L Dr Stephen S. Wise. Rab
.has majored in psychology
[cation and has been work-
l,rd hi.- Matter', degree in
ogv at Harvard Unlversit}
lUniversitj ol Miami.
Lserved puipiU in Orlando,
tables and South Miami,
fee and Cantor Herman K.
; founded and pioneered a
Jxuctionist toiwregation. He
Jember ol the Central Con-
of American Rabbis and
tr president of the Florida
leal Association and the
Miami Rabbinical Associa-
l been president of the Cen-
lorida B'nai Brith Lodge,
Florida Zionist Organiza-
L is no serving on the
[. the Dade County Mental
ociety For many years, he
(n a chaplain at the Coral
Tvetcrun- Hospital and is
p-vini: .1- auxiliary Jewish
at the Homestead Air
Base
Rabbi Skop has published articles
with the following titles: "My First
Year in the Rabbinate." 'The Hu-
man Right to be Different." "Broth-
erhood and Tolerance," "Footnotes
to Florida Jewish History" "The
Jewish Soldier" and "Jew and
Christian During December."
He is married to the former Ra-
chel Rubenstein. of New York, grad.
uate of the National Academy of
Design and now an art instruct-
or in the Dade County school sys-
tem. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop are the
parents of Shirah Rinnah (Mrs. Lou-
is Ueilber^), Raphael Stephen, now
'.caching at Southwest High School
in the Science Department and who,
in Stptcmber. will enter the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Medi-
cine. Raphael is married to Alva
I I'vvy. of Miami. Their other chil-
dren are Eli Tobin, a junior at
the University of Miami; and Ad-
ena Joy. graduating from Coral
Cables High School, who hopes to
enter the University of Miami and
become an elementary school teach-
er.
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop live at
3511 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables, and
are the grandparents of Meryl Lisa
and Neil Franklin, both age 2.
Rabbi Baumgard Scheduled
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard,
of Temple Beth Am, will appear on
the Ch. 2 "Man-to-Man" program
on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Appearing
v ith the Rabbi will be a local min-
ister and priest.
Program will be narrated by
Luther Pierce, director. Council of
Churches in Miami.
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lie schools for those who study
there, thereby saving many mil-
lions of dolars to the general pub-
lic, who would have to build and
maintain many more schools if
the religious schools were unavail-
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Dayan Urges
Israel Initiative
TEL AVIV (JTA) Moshe
Davan, former Minister of Agri-
culture and Chief of Staff of the
Israeli armed forces during the Si-
nai campaign, warned here that
Israel would have to take the "ini-
tiative" to prevent Arab diversion
of the headwaters of the Jordan
River.
Israel, he said, "can not and
should not expect foreign powers
like the United States. Britain or
France to intervene in Israel's fa-
vor"' in the Jordan River water
dispute, since "their actual influ-
ence in the region is negligible."
"If diversion is to be prevented."
he declared, "it will come about as
a result of our force."
freedom from religion, because
their parents can not afford to
pay twice for what they are get-
ting only once that is, for the
education of all the subjects
which the children learn in the
public schools without extra pay.
I believe it would be fair and
just if the religious schools re-
ceived from the government
enough money to cover the cost of
paying for the teachers and books
needed for the same subjects in
the public schools, and which have
nothing to do with religion.
We proudly state on our cur-
rency, "In God We Trust." but
we mistreat those of our neighbors
who really practice the principle
behind this aphorism by spending
so much more of that same money
in order that their children ac-
quire the religious education real-
ly to trust in God.
EPHRAIM YAFFE
Miami Beach
jJCiev Jews Can't
Bake MatzeJts
NEW YORK (JTA) Leaders'
of the Jewish Community in Kie* j
have confirmed reports that the'
synagogue in that Soviet city was
lefused permission to bake matzoh
for Passover, it was reported here '
according to a cable from Mos-
cow to the New York Times.
The confirmation of the reports
by the Kiev Jews contradicted a
claim made earlier this week by
Dimitri Chavakhin. Soviet Ambas-
sador to Israel, who denied that
there was any matzoh ban in Kiev.
. The Soviet envoy made this claim
during a conversation with Chief
Rabbi Isser Yehuda I'nterman.
I
According to the Times, the
Kiev Jewish leaders said that
they had requested permission
to bake Matzoh in January and
that it had been refused. The
Times report added, however,
that "semi-official" sources said
that some matzoh baking was go-
ing on under the auspices of
the only synagogue in Kiev, which
has a Jewish population of 300,-
000.
The Moscow correspondent of
the British Broadcasting Corpora-
tion reported that while Jews in
Moscow and Leningrad apparent-
ly would be able to get matzoh
this year, other scattered communi-
ties were unlikely to get enough
matzoh for Passover "if indeed they
get them at all." In the communi-
ties, where there may be no mat-
zoh at all. Jews there will face
the same difficulty as last year
when no matzoh was available for
Passover.
The envoy and the Chief Rabbi
met during the ambassador's visit
to the Heichal Shlomo, the relig-
ious center in Jerusalem.
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Friday. April 2.

Soviet Anti-Semites Handicapped
lliat Bilkun and
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
LONDON (JTA i Let us make
ii clear, in fairness to the Soviet
authorities, that Soviet anti-Sem-
ites are handicapped. They cannot
come out and attack the Jews open-
lj, as British, American or French
nti-Semites do. This is not the way
: ings happen in Soviet Hussia. The
Soviet anti-Semites arc reduced to
- ibterfuge; to using names which
- mnd Jewish in order to make in-
- nuations agains Jews as a group.
They run grave risks, too. For
mi's arc sometimes a 'cry un-
rt liable guide.
Only the other day, a chap called
> then, a world-famous footballer,
the It 11 back of the current Eng-
lish national soccer team, told re
I irters that he was riot Jewish.
A man called Lev) is a congrega-
i.mal minister ana does not know
< any Jewish ancestors. On the
i her hand, a devout Christian with
. non-Jewish name, tor half a cen-
tury a member of the Orthodox
<_ lurch, once said it was not at all
ul to be a Gey; the only trouble
,, he cannot overcome his child-
i iud habit ot spitting three times
vhencver he passes
j >u see how difficult it is to op-
? ate b\ names alone.
1>' like are
|ly encouraged by the autho,
j But they are tolerated. Tw
free press in Ku^ia and
nicipal council examine the house crook'in the first paragraph, while prosecution in Kiev took over from ^.ff is prfj,^,. i? ^ fc
and the situation. The story is bad-
ly written. The author's attempts
to be funny, fail. All this would not
matter. There are clumsy stories
in Western papers every day of the
week and on Sundays too. What
matters is that the original occu-
pier of the house it seems more
like a shack Horn the description
is named Vakuix)\ska> a. The nex;
occupier is named Yakov Davido-
vich Shutzky. The ultimate occupier
is named Fania Grigorievna Sudnik.
These are all Jewish names.
They stand out like a pikestaff.
It might have happened that
three Jews had been involved in
this kind of musical chairs affair,
not unknown In Soviet Russia, but
there are two especially nasty as-
pects to the story, apart from its
general tastelessness. In the first
place, it is unlikely that this is a
unique case of houses being trans-
ferred from one occupier to an-
other.
There must be non-Jews doin.; the
same in a large place like Minsk.
In the second place, there seems
to be nothing particularly repre-
in the last paragraph you find that
there was not even a charge lev
eled against him by the authorities.
There it transpires from the in-
tervening paragraphs that Shein
changed his job a few times
having been given a new job every
time and that he did not always are SUSpect. to say the least
workmates.
(be press and the sentences were ity has said that this sort t
secured. Then came the sensational j "*i-social. They put LvS(
fernery ot the literary magazine. Kfnpta b,,t n'" Ki"hko
Literaturnaya Gazetta in Russia
kun.
al. journals write I t every-, ^Jfi***? ***
thing that Frachtman was
framed. This monstrous case shows
once more that all economic trials
anti-Semitism
of
the
This is, of course, offset by the
- andicap under which Jews labor
i Soviet Russia. They cannot
.-ounter-attack the anti-Semites,
ra British, American and French
. ews do, since the anti-Semites
are not supposed to exist. Colin
.ordan was nearly lynched in
.ondon's Trafalgar Square by
.ews and Negroes but Kitchko
: oes not fry to address meetings
1 Red Square in Moscow. Nor
does he try to visit Argentina
ind contact local fascists, as Lin-
:oln Rockwell did.
a church. So hensible in the .deals no exploi ^. - tation of the housing shortage for ^ thor Mieve"
profit and the authorities must
be aware of it. You don't keep a
house in your pocket. In other
words, it is a cheap, nasty piece
ot anti-Semitism.
Vecherniy Kiev: This Ukranian
paper tells of a fraud in a factory
manufacturing head scarfs for la-
dies. It seems that 38 people were
involved. But the author, one O.
Sablin names onlv a few .Mik-
hail Shcr. M. R. Gleizer. Mr. R.
Katznelson. Y. L. Goldreitz. S. D.
Mitnik. The story does mention a
couple of non-Jewish names, but
the general impression is that it
was all a Jewish plot to under-
Ail you could possibly do in Rus- nijno |nc Ukranian economy.
I ,i against Kitchko is to try and
set on well with his
This is about the crudest piece
anti-Semitic propaganda
present series.
Then there is the story about
the divorce of Yosif Yosifovich
Shimshon in Sovetskaya Litva. a
Lithuanian-Soviet paper, published
in Vilna. They have no salacious
magazines in Soviet Russia: divorce
cases are reported in the general
press. There must be thousands of
them every week, and selection is
difficult. But this citizen, a Jew
from the name, has hit the head-
lines. Shimshon, it seems married
a woman called Jadwiga a pop-
ular Lithuanian nameand treated
her badly. What is more, he ac-
cused her of infidelity and brought
as a witness one F. Greener an-
But
reener
has helped Shimshon to slander and
defame a Lithuanion woman so as
to obtain a divorce.
We know how readers react to
this kind of stuff. There is no re-
port of proceedings for slander
against Greener or Shimshon. Ja-
dwiga does not seem to have been
able to fight the divorce. No stric-
tures intended here on Jadwiga,
by the way. Such things happen
in the best capitalistic circles.
The Ukranian journalist Mikhaila
Bilkun. is by the way of being an
expert on Jewish economic crimes,
on economic Kitchko. as it were.
who is out to reveal the economic
iniquities ot the Jews. All his sub-
jects are people with Jewish names
% and all are criminals, thieves,
mone) grabbers. Soviet Feigins.
though they do not operate from
thieves' kitchens, as such things
are unknown in Russia where ev-
erybody is well looked after.
They operate from factories,
warehouses, supply centers.
Lately, the authorities are a lit-
tle more careful with prosecu-
tions arising out of pieces by
hack anti-Semites in provincial
newspapers. But such articles
create an image of the Jew as
the enemy of the economy and
thus of the nation.
It would be ridiculous to claim
and sub
in Soviet
that the Revolution was n
\ersal cure for racial and,
prejudice
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-but his idiotic, psuedo-scientifit
ories about the Jews and ridi
ile his Streicher type publica-
ins il you had the paper and
- e printer." ink and the rest of the
I iraphernalia required tor written
lemics, which the Jews have not.
'J i be sure and fair he was ad-
onished by non-Jew>. The Jews
aained silent spectators, as if the
hole thing went on in Ruritania.
How do the Soviet anti-Semites
.. icrate b> names? Here are some
i camples, which require little com
ent. First one or two points to
etch in the background.
Sovietskaya Byelorussia: All Sov
.i i papers are official, of course
'I nis one tells a story about a de-
I cheil house in Minsk which used
ti be inhabited by a woman who
mi" because the house was due
ir demolition. She was given an
Kirtment. but sold the house to a
in v in v as also in turn given an
lartmenl But the house still
-ands and provides a comfortable
mi r a woman sad to be the
ice ol the previous occupier, who
- not really his niece
Tin' paper demands that the mu-
Much was already written about
the case of Frachtman and 20 other
people, all found guilty of econom-
ic crimes and sentenced to long
terms of imprisonment. Frachtman
had been sentenced to 15 years. In
Zviazda: In Homel. this paper the Ikranian press, Frachtman was
tells a story about one Zinovy Is- described as "the boss." leading
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j the middle of it is Mrs. Lona Wer-hcw, of New York.
em: congratulated for "generous suppor* of the Department
f iology at Miami Heart Insli'.vte." Left to right are
/il!:...-i Atwill Jr., vice president of the Institute. Mrs. Arnold
bvv Dr. Alfred Levin, chief of the Department of Radioloqy,
nd I :vid Davidson, newly-elected to the Board of Directors.
fro. was attending a dinner party at the Institute sponsored
ky iiOiqe 3. Storer and featuring Dr. Paul Dudley White,
tor.: ramous cardiologist.
ofed Cantor Will Officiate
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p.nri
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only bins" high school of its kind
call at Piraeus, port of Athens.
Greece, Oubrovnik on Yugoslavia's
LMmaiion Coast. Venico. Istan-
bul and Rhodes.
Hungarian-born Cantor Ilersko-
vits. who is taking a holiday leave
from the Ocean Parkway Jewish j80uth BMn*. Md
Center in Brooklyn to participate
in the unique religious observance Adult Education Seminar
at *ea. is not a stranger to travel.
He has sung throughout the On Monday, 8:30 p.m.. Rabbi
world, and before World War II was Daniel M. Lowy will resume the
the youngest chief cantor in the adult education seminar at Temple
history of Budapest's Jewish com- Sinai with a study of the biblical
rmmit.v. book, "Exodus."
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Mesivta Student
A Merit Finalist
William Leff. senior student at
he Mesivta Senior High School of
Greater Miami, has been selected
>y the National Merit Scholarship
Society as one of its national fi-
nalists, it was announced by Rabbi
Moshe Horovitz. principal.
William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Leff. of 710 NE 168th St.. N. Miami
Jeach, has been an honor student
ind member of the National Honor
society throughout his high school
areer. A native of Miami, he be-
(an his religious and academic
itudies in Temple Beth Torah and
lublic school.
From there, he transferred to
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, graduating with honors.
Continuing at Mesivta High, he
achieved high praise and honor
In both his Hebraic and academic
studies.
He was elected last year to the
presidency of the local National
Conference of Synagogue Youth. ..showboat, Fla.," an original
"We of Mesivta are proud of Wil- two-act musical comedy, will
ham's achievements." said Rabbi pnxnivd at Temple Adath Yesh-
Horovitz. "and we are sure that j j .
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Beach Students
Win Awards
Miami Beach Civitan Club last
week presented awards to the win
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Citizenship essay contest.
Paul Grand, president of the
club, made the presentation at a
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
Grand award of a S100 U.S. Sav-
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17. Also cited were Bruce Hill-
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Stewart Feldman 17. S25 bond. All
three are students at Miami Beach
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Subject was "Think Speak
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Jerry Schechter has been ap-
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chairmen.
Election Meeting
Saturday Evening
Joseph M. Lipton, president ol
Temple Fm.inu-KI announces thai
the annual election meeting and
dance will be held on Saturday
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Musical program, to be present-
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Y' Plans New Programs Here For All Levels
A variety of new activities for
both children and adults is being
offered by the new YMHA at 8500
SW 81 h St.. beginning this week.
it was announced by A. Budd Cut-
er, program committee chairman.
The following schedule has been
set up for the children's programs:
Art Class, Mondays. 3:30 to 5
p.m.. boys and girls. 3rd to 6th
grades: instruction by Ruth Sherad-
sky in sketching, pastels and wa-
tercolort.
Girls Tennis instruction. Tues-
days, 3:30 to 5 p.m., 3rd to 6th
grades, instructor. Elsa Shenkman.
Handicrafts, Fridays. 2:30 to 4
p.m., boys and girls. 1st to 2nd
grades, instructor. Mrs. Sheradsky
Modern Ballet, Thursdays. 2:30
to 3:30 p.m.. for 1st and 2nd grades.
3:30 to 4:30 p.m., for 3rd to 6th
grades, instructor. Judith Younger-
man Gindy.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
and Miss Nettie Goldstein, head of the Temple's Educational j(ay fahringer Appointed
Department, display the Degel Yerushalayim awarded to the
Religious School of Beth Sholom for its outstandinq achieve-
ment during the INF Tu B'Shevat drive of 1964.
Jerusalem Flag To Beth Sholem
The Jewish National Fund Degel
^ rushalayim (Flag of Jerusalem >
v- is presented to Temple Beth Sho-
. n for "the outstanding effort of
its Religious School children on be-
r.ilf of Jewish National Fund dur-
g the annual Tu B'Shevat cam-
; ign for the Hebrew Year 5724."
Itabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, has
] lg been identified with a variety
i, causes in behalf of the State of
I ael.
by Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, of which Joseph Cohen
is president, six other religious
schools also received JNF citations.
These were presented by Al
Sherman, a member of the JNF Ex-
ecutive Board here. Receiving the
citations were Beth Torah. Beth
David. Temple Emanu-EI. Temple
Me no rah. Adath Yeshurun. and
B'nai Raphael
Kay Fahringer. assistant vice
president of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami,
has been appointed national chair-
man of the Chapter Administra-
tion Committee of the American Sa-
vings and Loan League, the Edu-
cational Division of the United
States Savings and Loan League, in
an announcement made by Robert
E. Day, Institute president. Mrs.
Fahringer was scheduled to pre-
side at this special committee meet-
ing at the 40th annual conference of
the United States Savings and
Loan League in New Orleans this
week.
Boys Tennis instruction, Fridays,
3:30 to 5 p.m., 3rd to 6th grades,
instructor. Mrs. Shenkman.
For adults, t h e activities have
been arranged as follows:
Tennis Class for beginners. Sun-
days. 10 a.m. to 12 noon, instructor.
Bailey Stewart.
Basic Bridge Class, Mondays, 8
to 10 p.m., instructor. Irwin Block-
er.
Women's Slimnastics, Tuesdays,
9:30 to 10:30 a.m., and 10:30 to 11:30
a.m.. instructor. Jan Cameron.
Latin American Dance Class,'
Tuesdays. 8 to 9 p.m.. instructor.
Bob Mandel.
Art Class for beginners. Wednes-
day. 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.. instructor,
Mrs. Sheradsky.
Gojf Class, TliursdajaJU0 9 p.m.,
beginners, ancf "9 to 10 p.m.. acT
vanced instructor. George Astor.
A Women's Auxiliary is also in
formation. In adition handball,
paddleball and tennis schedules for
adults have been set up Tuesday
and Thursday evenings. 6 to 10
p.m.. and Sundays. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Miriam Scheinberg is supervisor
of adult activities and Sylvia R
kin is in charge of chlldrw, J
grams. "*
Heading the Education Depart
nt at B. ih Sholom is Mi-- Nettie Canadian GOV't.
( Jdsteia who. together with her
- iff. furthered the effort of the
pupils in winning the Jewish Na-
u nal Fund Award.
At a recent award night arranged
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Leaders Meet With Rusk on Middle East Problems


lational B'nai B'rith meeting for State of Israel Bonds held
cently in Miami Beach brought toaether (left to right) Ger-
Schwartz, William Brown, Mrs. Max Kern and Lewis Nor-
ton. Brown, a winter resident of the Oliver House in Miami
ach and B'nai B'rith chairman for Israel Bonds in West-
tester County, presented Schwartz, president of the Miami
ach Lodge and vice chairman of the District 5 Israel Com-
|ittee. and Mrs. Kern, president of the Miami Beach Council
| B'nai B'rith Chapters, with national certificates of honor for
leir leadership in the B'nai B'rith Israel program. Norman
|as the principal speaker at the gathering, attended by more
(an 350 B'nai B'rith leaders from the United States and
anada.
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that "France supports Israels
stand on the Arab threats to divert
the Jordan River waters."
However, on the issue of Israel's
urgent concern for changes in its
pact with the European Common
Market, she reported only that the
French diplomat "showed under-
standing for Israel's problems."
Mrs. Meir called the views of
the two countries on the Middle
East "very close" and said that
France "certainly does not agree
with a plan which aims at de-
priving a country of its natural
water s u p p I y." The views of
France on the Common Market
problem were considered to be
more reserved.
Since Israel signed its agreement
with EEC last June, the Ministers
Council of the EEC approved di-
rectives to protect the farm prod-
ucts of member states which have
virtually canceled the few advan-
tages Israel achieved in its EEC
agreement.
Israel now reportedly feels that
its substantial export trade with
the six nation Common Market
could be adequately protected only
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EEC.
retary of State Dean Rusk was told
last week at an hour-long meeting
with American Jewish leaders on
lecent Middle Eastern develop-
ments that "a firm and clear state-
ment by the United States Govern-
ment and firm and clear action
would be the most effective deter-
rent to aggression."
This was made known after the
meeting in which the Jewish dele-
gation voiced concern over events
in the Middle East, especially Arab
plans to block Israel's water sourc-
es and the military imbalance
caused by the continued flow of
Soviet arms to Egypt.
The group was headed by Dr.
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America Israel Public Affairs
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the National Council of Jewish
Women; and Yehuda Hellman,
executive director of the Con-
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Rabbi Prinz said his group was
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Husk's response but felt the Secre-
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the point raised. Among the sub-
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; rising from Nasser's blackmail"'
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the United States merely to con-
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Southern
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By MAX LERNER
I have been spending a few days in Louisiana and Texas, most!)
in university circles. Louisiana, it will be recalled, went heavily lor
Goldwatcr, Texas comfortably for Johnson, in the late electoral battle
between the Union and the remnants of the Confederacy. The difference
in atmosphere between the two states reveals itself in the reaction to
Johnson on Nej,ro voting rights.
In Louisiana the parish-voting registrars are declaiming against the
new voting.bill -as an- invasion .of state and local rights, in a deifpei ate
effort to hold the bastions of personal power that will be overthrown by
Negro voters some day. Sen. Ellender's threat of a filibuster, which can-
.not 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.

Yef it it hard to discover any roil resistance movement to the bill,
even in Louisiana. There is instead the despairing sense that it is bad
but inevitable. Gov. Wallace of Alabama has many udherants in the
south outside of his state, but they won't martyr themselves for his
cause.
On the other side, among the Negroes in Louisiana, there is a quiet
expectation of victory as a consequence of what has been happening in
Selma. Montgomery and Washington.
One of the colleges at which I spoke was Southern University in
Saton Rouge, with a long tradition as a Negro university. I found the
Mudents confident about the future, along with their realism about the
struggles that still lie ahead. I found militants and moderates amoii
them, in pretty much the proportions one would lind in a northern uni-
versity. Best of all, 1 found (acuity members who while deeply com-
mitted to the civil rights cause had managed to preserve an objec-
tive attitude in studying the white supremacists as well as their own
people.
If Houston is an index of Texas attitudes, one can be optimistic
shout the state. The voting bill does not affect Texans, because the state
has no registration rituals or literacy tests, being one of the four re-
maining poll tax states.
There is a strong movement here to repeal the tax, or at least to
bilt 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 al-
ready a force in the Texas elections. As they get better schooling ana
come to feel more confident, they will become 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 ol the cities shows it, the industrial complexes on the
cities 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 j
open their doors to him. Meanwhile his family is moving into residen-
tial areas that formerly tried to keep them out. And in one or two ot ;
these areas the white families, instead of fleeing, have determined to
remain.
One of the striking recent developments in Texas has been the
experience of the Texas liberals in trying to asses 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. Texas liberals are populists, and they decidi d
seme time ago that Johnson was an opportunist who played the winning
ude
Now they are having to revise their assessment of him. and the
Ihing has them a little bewildered and punchilrimk. 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 BOW lit sur-
prises them by what seems like a commitment to the goals toward which
the tactics are directed. He has even made a pact with his lormer Texas
enemy, Senator Varborough, whose Texas Populism has always nlrased
the liberals. Now they arc 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 of Texans and 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 Demo
crats who are conservative Republicans in disguise.
But the future does not belong to them, or to the Republican primi-
tives like Sen. Tower.
It belongs to a generation coming out of the universities which
wants a chance lor good work and the good life, and believes there is
enough of both lor whites and Negroes alike to share.
Hope Held For
Indemnification
LONDON (JTA) Dr. Nahum
Goldmann expressed the hope here |
last week that West Germany j
would approve soon a measure to
provide indemnification to an es-
timated 150.000 Jewish victims of
the Nazi holocaust who were un-
able to file claims before the Oc-'
tober 1953 deadline of West Ger-
man indemnification laws. They,
were unable to file because they
ere in Iron Curtain countries at i
the time.
Dr. Goldmann spoke at a dinner
honoring Israel Sieff, British Zion.:
ist and communal leader on 50
years of public service. He fold the
gathering that "normalization of
relations" between West Germany
.:nd Israel was "both inevitable
and necessary for both sides "
Touching on Soviet discrimina-
tion against Russian Jewry, Dr.
GolCmann said this was "not a
matter of simple anti-Semitism
or of particular attitudes such
as keeping Jews out of the Sovi-
et diplomatic service."
The point, he said, was that Jews
had no facilities for cultural de-
velopment, such as other ethnic
groups in the Soviet Union had. It
this continued, he asserted, Soviet
Jews 'would disappear in due
time.'" Jews and non-Jews, he de-
clared, were trying to persuade
Soviet authorities that it was to
their interest, as well as a matter
of justice and fairness, that they
aesist from this policy.
Fridc.
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At Belvedere
Rabbi Nathan Sfard will officiate
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over holidays.
Rabbi Sfard is a direct descend-
ant of the Rcbeynu Yovah of Os-
trog- Volyn and the Chernobiler rab-
binical dynasty. He is also a de-
scendant of the Baal -Ashcm.
The Seders will be held in the air-1
conditioned dining room of the Bel
vedcre.
REMEMBER
The memories of Passovers gone by-the search and salsijMfclMM-Mi
Mking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and the ChorachesputBig I||
new suit ot dothes and shoes-pockets lull ot nl*tt-d W*
waiting lor the Seder to start-uncle Joe and Aunt Sad,, wer !.ay! latt-fci
family togethar-Cfindpi looking like a king proppingit rttPftwonl**M
him-Srandma tired after baking and cooking gjj jjgfjijt "aft Malka m>wal
called her-the KKMwa and then my turn tor "Ma Nishtanah lad M MM
een the bitter herbs tasted so gcod-PMsewr It was always strong jML
celled to eat it otherwise we could not get mMJMmS*t
Sm the meaJ-flobody, but nobody could **" MS'SkI
ate and then the "lutri" i the rest of the Magatah-a'd seme roaoj"
1 ne^ndTn. opening ol the doer-and the stonesof how in the MM
frightened the whole lamily by appearing at that door-but best ot all \Hm*j
which the second hall of the Hagadah sbound-and the feeling of drowsm-s-
awit-*nd tat thought that tomwriw same Bung once moia......
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We're bringing our great Canadian whisky across the
border in barrels and bottling it in the I..S.A. *
This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave
about a dollar off the price of every fifth.
(Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at
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In the handsome square bottle.
Without those extra words.
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fl 2. 1965
Apr
Robins
Certified
Administrator
f Certification for Temple
. ,.. ., joint agency ot
n'" : f American Hebrew
Son" U NtttoMl ,As"
[ Tempi* Administrators
t' i r a I Conference of
Rabbis, has announced
ri". Robins, administrative
feef Temple lieth Am to
\ te title of Fellow in Tem-
I rtratio"
. has successfully com-
. I requirements f<>r certi-
"wbicb include the passing
L. of examinations and the
,,, oi a graduate level
+JeistnrricJ,tr
Page 13-C
U. S. Gives Up on Deportation Try
NEW YORK (JTA| The
United States Immigration and Nat-
uralization Service has dropped its
deportation proceedings against
Halm Menachem Krenkel. the 25-
year-old Israeli who was arrested
last November on charges of work-
ing in violation of his student visa.
The arrest followed an anony-
mous telephone tip to the Service
that he had dropped out of school
and was working, after it became
known that he was planning to
marry a non-Jewish girl. His moth-
er had come here from Israel in a
vain effort to dissuade him from
i lie marriage.
Frenkel and the girl, Dianne
Brandon, from England, wr
married after the Israeli was re-
leased from jail four days fol-
lowing his arrest when a New Jer-
sey manufacturer posted a $1,000
bond. They were married by a
rabbi and Miss Brandon pledged
that she would embrace Judaism
and raise any children in the
Jewish faith.
The Naturalization Service an-
nounced that it was adjusting Fren-
kels status to the British quota as
the husband of a British subject
and opening the way for him to
become an American citizen.


:d b) the
jjrogrtm
(facets o
to stim
iriques, i
appreci.
Dil the !

fen

1
NATA. the cer
tms alnu-Tf"^
., knowledge in
; temple admin-
ulate study of
. well as to as-
,n nt Jewish
radical domain.
iking him as a
Administration
i Robins at a
i bj Rabbi
; director
Miami Beach Constable Leonard O. Weinstein (left) offers con-
gratulations toariist (Shades "Chuck" Posner on the turn-
out for his'iffsYc^ttftrri stlow at Temple Befh Sh'oldm" Art Gal-
lery. The exhibit, featuring original land and seascapes, re-
ceived unusually high acclaim from local art critics and con-
noisseurs and attracted 425 art-lovers to the recent opening.
OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAYLOW
Reported
fhicdephia
IT A -
,r ot the
i..- i ommittee re-
as till "a
- from po-
sponsibility
Ijc: iu.il.- i porations,
I in-l it u-
i the Di allej area,
bfchtdes this it>
f,i j. Shestack and Robert
.-.. eo-eha men ol the chap-
Communit\ Relations Com-
. v ... |ss. the report, said
j examination ol the 16 larg-
pu-irial cot p irations in the
|i an showed that less
[percent ui the 353 officers
Pi,n level executives were
while less than 4 percent
embers ol the board of
mi of the t:r!ii> were Jewish.
Ili'pHrcer.: ot the area's pop-
Jew '
Office designs
nd furnishings
tlrect from manufacturer
"fc*~Ti
Miami Beach businessman and civic leader, lack Stein, re-
ceives the Jewish Convalescent Home's "Man of the Year"
Award at the institution's "New Horizons" Dinner last
week. Presenting the award on behalf of the Home
is Mrs. Joseph Keiser, president, as Sidney Siegel, executive
director, looks on. More than 500 guests attended the affair
at the Deauville Hotel, which was MC'd by Georgie Jessel.
Desks, Chairs,
Sofas, Credenzas,
Lamps, Everything
for the Office of Distinction
Interior design and
pace planning.
Open Saturday Morning
PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc.
?80I Southwest 31st Avenue
Miami. Florida
Telephone Highland 4-8221
TO SERVE YOU
IS OUR PLEASURE
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Phone PL 4-4661
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Arthur Desser
Gets Top Award
Casanova Room of the Deauville
Hotel was filled to capacity recent-!
ly to pay tribute to Arthur Desser
at the Torch of Hope Award ban-
quet sponsored by Miami Beach
1 Chapter of the City of Hope.
Proceeds will be used to estab-
i lish an Arthur Desser Research
Fellowship at the City of Hope in
Duarte, Calif.
Desser. born and raised in Los
Angeles, was nurtured in the City
ot Hope tradition. His mother and
family organized "The Pioneers.''
one of the founding chapters ol Ihe
Medical Center
The Torch ot Hope Award was
presented by Larry J. Paskow.
City ui Hope chairman for the
State ui Florid.. Entertainment
was by Danny Thomas, star of
stage, screen and television.
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Fage. 14-C.
fienUst thrkUar
Fric
IT. C01. WIUAftD ItVIN
Beachite Helping
Build Powerful
Rocket Boosters
..I Col Willard Levin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin, of 619
Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, is
helping build one of the biggest and
most powerful rocket boosters in
the U. S Space program.
Col. Levin is a member oi the
I S Air Force team responsible
for the Titan HI program at the
Air Force Systems Command's
Space Systems Division at Los An-
geles.
The Col., who sorvos at chiof of
the requirements branch, is help-
ing develop rocket boosters for
use in both manned and un-
manned U. S. space flights.
\a part of the Air Force Systems
Command capability for research
ing, developing and testing Air
Force planes and missile systems.
The Colonel was commissioned in
V,40 upon completion of the Re-
serve Officer Training Corps pro-
sram at Ohio State Lniversity.
where he graduated with a BME
degree.
His wife is the former Anne fc..
Flkowitz. of San Antonio. Tex.
LEGAL NOTICE
Tifereth Israel
Installation Set
New officers of Tifereth Israel
Sisterhood will be installed on Sun-
day. 7 p.m.. in the Social Hall.
Slate for 1965-6G includes Mrs
Morris Eisenborg. president; Mrs
James Harris. Mrs. Joseph Saul.
Mrs B. P. Weinstock. vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Lily Laster. Mrs. Hy
Astor. Mrs. Lea Patnick. secretar-
ies; Mrs. Murray Weinthal, treas-
urer.
Outgoing president is Mrs. Ruby
Kutun. A reception and refresh-
ments will follow the installation
ceremony, _____
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE OOONTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66092-C
iv i:k FSMa.....f
\\ II.1.1 AM I BOHLFELD
DwmuknI _.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor! and -Ml Person* Hav-
ing claim, or I '< n nndi Again*!
N..11 are hereb> notified an
,iulr.^l to present an) ohalaa* nd d<
man hleh you ma) have rhuiiikI
,l, .. M. of WILLIAM .1 ll"HL-
KKI.H .1.....iael Int. nf Dade
Florida, t.. the Count) Judgi '
County, and file the name In rtui
.n.l a, pro\ Lied '" Bw tlon
Florida statutes. In their offlci -
ih.- County Courthouse In Dude Coen-
i\. Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
from the lime ot the Hrat publication
hi n of, or il>'' aa..... "ill be liorre I
Dated ii Miami. Plot Ida, thin St h
da) of March, A.D INS
l.i:o.\'Ai:i' Ii. I.' iKRT
Ai Admlnlati ator, Cum
Teatamento Annexo
First publication of thi* notk-i on
the 2nd da) Df April. IS*.".
MYERS, HKI.MAN.v KAPLAN
Attorney* for Admlnlairator, C.T.A
ll.-.n 8.W. 1*1 Sum i
Miami, Florida I81S0
i !--l-2:i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lllVEN that
il,.. undersigned, dealring to engage in
bualnoei under the petljloua hame ol
HADRLAND VI I I. a -; I AI \l.
MKNTS at Dade Counts Intern
,. glater ald name with the
il,, Circuit i'"in i of Dadi
Florida .......
EVAS I 'l.s PER
Clerk of
Count) .
LEGAL NOTICE
I 2-8-1S-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, (TICK IS HEREBY fid EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i,n,ii..-: under the flctltloua hame of
COR A I. R i: i: F CON\ALKM -N I
HOME al 13.....'oral Way, Miami In-
.. ,,,;, lo resist., n I name with the
,-i.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
SVI.VIA I FOX
4 .-'.-16-2.:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ih,. underaiitned, deelring i" engagi In
huainem and, th. I t i i i i ham*ol
I.AI'Kl.AM' VILLAS AI'AU 1 MI-.NT .
,i [lade Countj Intend* t" rcgltei
- i a i, .in., with ili. 'lei i. of Ih. '"it -
. ila ceirt of -i >ad. tOovnt) Florida
EVAN ulstki:
I 8-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61761-B
IN' I'.K: Batate of
ABRAHAM SILVBR,
I i,..e.,s. 'I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\, >TICE i- herebj gh en thai
riled m- Final Report and Petition
for Dtetrlbutlon and Final Dlacharae
as Bxecutoi ,' the eatate ol ABRA-
HAM MLVER. deceased: and thai on
Hi., nth da) "f April. IHS. i 'ii
applj i" the Honorable Count) Judge*
oi Dade County, Florida, foi approval
,.r *ald Final Boporl and for dletrlbu-
tlon and final discharge as Executor
of the eatate of the above-named de-
cedent. This lTth .lay ,.f March, 11.....
MILTON It MANNHEIMBR
A* Executor
KOVNBR ft MANNHEIM Kit
An, rneya
too l >uponl Plata Center
Miami, Florida
I M. i l-l-U
NOTICE BV PUBLICST^T'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT n?l 1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cParN
COURT OF FLORIDA IN A^" '
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCE
NO 65C2925 "
PAULINE APPLERATM
Plaintiff
Vs.
SOLOMON APPl.KllAfM k
I have I SAM APPEI. a
lefenda i I
suit for divorce
I.
that
In
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
the uaderalgned, deairina t" enaaae in
.- under the fi' iiii"ii^ hame ,.f
DAOBLAND 11 E l <: H T s AP \RT-
XIKNTS al Dade County Intend! to
reftlater *ald name with the Clerk ol
ih* Circuit i'"nrt "f Hade County,
Florida.
BSVAN ih.sti:i:
l 1-1-16-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKREB\ lilVKN
the underabjrned, deajrlna ijyiiaia:.- In
tiufinteee nndee^W rWrrtioui lurme "I
\ .^ s Bl'ILHINfl CU at 1051 N.W.
:.'ili Street, North Miami, Florida In-
:. nda to r, fdstei said oanx with the
. rh of the Clrcull I 'oort ol I "adi
County, Florida.
SIKNEY P. OOOOE
HILBRY I-'. S1LVERMAN
\u..i ne) for Applicant
;: i"--.'K, .-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underabrned, deslrina to enaaae In
biialne** iiniler the flctltloua name*
of KENNEDY HOt*8E; KENNEDY
PLAZA at lB Tvtli Cauaeway ln-
lenda i" reaiater tald name* with the
Clerk "i the Clrcull Oouti ( Dadi
, 'ount). i- lorlda.
FINLET P. Moss
l l-*-l(-IJ
.
CERTIFICATE OF_____
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLOR M
v, v| I, T'l \\" IK >-! TIIKSI-. ILI >-
; CTM SIIM-I. COMB, OBEBTTNtlS
J',VI,.r,,-. MARX M. gEINBERO.
ami RU>RIDA: ESTHER A POl -
p I.I.. MIAMI. Kl.i'Kll'A: LI/
V\BINTRAIIS. MIAMI FLORIDA;
,1; i on the 12nd daf of October. A.D.
p-ii cause i" I" Incoi'poraieo unu* i
the law* ol the Mate "i Florida r A-
M..IS KVSI'XCr.ANTS. INC a
poratlon, with it* prln. Ipal puji ot
buatneaa al MIAMI BEACH. DADh
, ,i n rv. In Hi. State ,,i Florida, and
whereat, such corporation on the
Ittlh da> if March, A.D. I'"'". cau*<
t0 i riled in the offke "i ibe th-or*-
. v ol State ol Hi. State ol Florida,
.. documentor) autaortt) regu*red
i......ii M ''. Florida Statute*.
Bhowlng the dlaaolutlon "f aucn cor-
poration ,
Now, therefore., the Becretary "f
Btate doe* hereb) certlfl) to th< r. : -
s, lag and thai b* la aaUalied that the
. ,u,r. in. ins ,.f the law have bi it
^. nplied with. .
IN WITNESS WHEREOT. I have
hi i.mil., eel m) hand and ba\
affixed th.- Great Beal "i tin*
State "f 1 lorlila, at Tallahaae*,
"- '""i,:"' f m.mV.,N'a'V
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT,ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3346
ARTHfR LACKNER,
Plaintiff,
\ -.
cll.AI'YS i.ack'ni:i:
I lefendant
TO: i.l.AI'VS LACKNER
i:. si.l. nt Addreei I'nknoa n
Ton, OLADTS LACKNER. are here-
by notified thai a Complaint f.-r Di-
vorce baa i.een filed agalnal you, an.i
vim are roqolred to aerve i.....p\ of
your Answ.-r or Pleading t" the Com-
plalnl on the ptalntlff'a Attorney.
JACK OOLD, IIS4 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office "f the Clerk ( the Clrcull
Court ..ii "i" befon Ihe *ih da) of
\i;i,. i'"'.." If you fjil t" 'I" -'
m. in by default trill be taken arala*l
you i' r th.- relief demanded In the
Bill ..f Complaint
This notJoe shall I., pubUahed ,.n.-.-
.nli week for four in THE JEWISH Fl.oltlOIVN,
DvtNE \M> ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this jGth day ,.f March, \.l>
R B LBATHBRMAN, '! rk
Clrcull Court, Dad* County, Florida
..-. al l C. P. C< iPEl.ANl i
l,. i.iii % Clerk
i ;--16-2.i
th.
TEENTH da|
.....I,"' ToM ADAMS
Seel elan 'i State
i '."
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLOR.DA
., ALL TO WHi >M THESE PRES-
ENTS SUM.I. i-oMi;. URBETINtJS
Whereas, ELIZABETH HANSEN
;i;., BBACU, bLOKIDA; BAR-
BARA BECTON, VERO BEACH,
Fl-OKIDA; l.il.l.n: M. OAL1ANO,
V HfK BEACH, FLORIDA ili'l the
^-ih day "( February, A.D, [VM, cauae
. i- incorporated under ti" bw !
,,, ,,i Florida M-M-C, IM
corDoratlon, with its principal place
.., bualneas al CORAL tlABLES.
DADE COl'NTT, In the Slate 'it
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 65C 3273
ELSIE BARBBITK MJLANES,
PI lintlff,
-. i
iom: KAMYVX MII.AN'RS.
l lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO .1' WE RAMON MII.ANCS
I'll Sh-i. ,1a A\. nue
Apt. No. A-1S
Rronx ':. New Yoi U
Viil- ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Complauit for Divorce has beer.
filed attain*! you, and ) >u are hereb)
I'etiuired to serve ., i .i>> ol youl an-
HWer t" the Complaint on the Plaint-
iif, attorney, LESTER ROGERS,
who** addreaa I* .': N W. liili SI eel
Miami, Florida, and rile th. orbtlnal
of the Anewei In the ofllce "f ih.
Clerk >.f the Eleventh Judicial
for l '.,!< County, l lorlda. on
.r before the ith da) ,.f Mas IM*
,,. ,i.i.i ,,i of which tbe Complalni will
be taken as on)-----.1 i.y you
DATED this :''.th das of March,
IMS,
i; B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
i. nil Court, Dad< County, Florida
- al, C. P. COPELAND
Deput) ("l.rk
4.2-'. II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 65C 3177
THE WILLIAM8BURGH SAVINGS
BANK,
Plaintiff,
CHARLES WINSTON SMITH. JR..
.-I ll\, >-t 1.1.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Charlea Wlnaton Smith. Jr.. anc
N. L>arlyna smith, his arlfe,
L'TTT". Rlalto Street
MadisMii H.iKhls. Mi.hiuali
>"i.11 are hereb) notlflad that
:.l..i.. a|.ii..n. ,1 ,i.ti..n has been Inatl-
i hi..I aaalnai you in th.- CJJrcull Court
ol the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Florida In and for Dado County t..
forootoee a iniiillMti upon the fol-
lowlna described real property:
l.-.i tS i:|...l, *t FIRST ADDITION
Ti CARt 'I. CITY, a<. ordlnj to th<
1 *i.i i thereof, recorded In Piai Book
Hi ..t Pace i" of the Public Reoordi
of Dade County, Florida,
Ton ar* required t" file .. reaponalve
pleadlni t.. plaintiff* complaint with
ii,.- Clerk ,.i the afi reaald Court. .
.., >. a topi thereof upon pktlntlfi -
attorn*) MARTIN FINE, [>ado red
rrnl r.uihliiiK. Miami. Florldi
nol Lit, i than April 87, IMS, "r ..
Decrei Pro Confeaao will he entered
asalnal you.
DATED March -':'.. IMS.
E U LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
is.all B) K M. I.YMAN
i ,.|iiit\ Clork
MARTIN KINK
I. id* Federal Building
Miami, Florida ::;l"l
?, N, i 8-9-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66316-B
IN RE: Eatate <
i:\VMi ND MARCUS
I... eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors and All Paraona Has
Ins Clauna Aaalnat Said Estate:
sTou are hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present any i-lalm* and de-
mands which you may ha\e aaalnai
tbe eatate of RAYMOND MARCl'S
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" the fi unity .ludae* <>f Dade
County, an.i file th.- aaroe in duidl-
cata an.i as provided In Section TSS.1C
Florida Statute*. In their offlceO in
the County Courthouae in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time ,.f the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be I. irred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 11th
da) ol March. AH. 1MB.
VIVIAN MARCl'S
Af Administratrix
First pubUcatlon ,,f this notlca on
the lth da) "f March, IMS
BYRON L. SPARHKR
Attorney f.r Admlnlatratrlx
Addraai ISO Unooln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
S/19-26, t'2-f
Ti Si il.l >M< IN
T'.M.". Ctit* Si
Apt "."
Montreal, ...
You, Solon..... A|i|, rhaura
b) notified thai r.
for Divorce has !.... n^^
you, and \..,i a ,
i opy ..f your An*..... ol
ih- BUI of Con ,.., ,, ,,,, u!
Htfs attorney, PAll. kwitvi
Lincoln Road, M
and file the ..i iKlnu
inu in the offli
Clrcull Court i
das of April, ism
111,I::, in.-in I.;. ...
again*! you I
in the Bill of ,
This notli Khali i.. uubiaj
each week r.r I ,i
, The JEW ISH I i|:ii,u\
DONE AND IIUCKKD i
I-1, rid.i. this 17th a; ... M.,..k
I'.':..
B B LBATHKRMAS,
i "I. ik. *
|,,,i. ,
I Seal) il)
Deput) I'
PAUL KWITNKY
Alt..I 11. > I.., Pl
" IJ-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the tind.-rslicneil, .lesirlnK t., envuxe in
Florida, and whereas the proper ,.r.i- L>v*.iia >* under the flctltloua name ,,f
era of auch cor].....itlon did on the DADE ELECTRDNICS -,t 1619 N.W.
Slat das of October. A.D IM1. cauae Mth Street, Miami Intend! to reglater
to be filed in th.- offiee ( the ;-- ..,1,1 nami with the Clerk ,,f the Clr-
ry ,,f State ,.f the Btate ol Florida, cu|| Court of Dade County, Florida.
., rjertiflcate ol a.....ndment chancing GUS UPPIT2
corporate name to M6 BBV1LLA. Sole Owner
INC., ami whereai ten corporation mahx PABBR
lid ,,n th. Mth da) of March, A.l>. Attorney f,,r ApplloaM
IN THS CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA-IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3161
MARILYN HK.nisk FLEISHMAN
Plaintiff
STEPHEN ALLBN I'l.l ;isll.\IAN
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO STKI'Hf-N AI.I.KN FLEISHMAN
I'.'.r-. Lincoln Way
Am.--., low..
You, STEPHEN AIJLEN FLEISH-
MAN, are hereb) notified thai a com-
plaint f"i divorce ha- been filed
against you and you are required t.>
file v -iir anawei or other pleadlnp
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
ami to aerve a copy thereof upon
the Plaintiff* Attorney, Nal Rel**,
i in.- Lincoln Road, Miami i n
Florida, no later than the Wth .-.,> ol
April, IMS. it you fall lo do bo, a
Pro Confeaao will be taken
agalnal you foi the relief prayed for
in the complaint.
DATED this 23rd day ,.i March,
196',
i: B LBATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(anal) By: K M i.yma.n
1,, put) Clerk
-!. '2--16
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 6C 2174
To Wh,.ni it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
underalgned petitioner, BDWABD
PHANCIS RJJaUA by and ihroiush his
I moth, r and n,-\l friend, PHYLLIS s
I ERNST ulm... reeldenci addi.-s It
IM40 ItiAN.Io ROAD, MIAMI HAMi:
COCNTY. FLORIDA, In the City of
MIAMI. Dade County, Florida, Intend!
.. appl) t.. the Hoaorable Pat Can-
the Eleventh Judicial
and t-.r Dade County, at
in the Cn int) Co,ii t ii,. in
al 8:41...... ,. a M on the i '.th da)
SS131, "f April, r..-.'.. .., a* so..n thereaflea .,-
.,:- ., ha may be heard, for an order chang-
ing hi.- name from EDWARD FRAN-
CIS RRID, to EDWARD FRANCIS
i: i: N ST b) win. h name he shall
Iher. ; ter be know n
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihla Mth
,ln> of Februai y, A.D 1968
EDWARD FRANCIS RE1D
c. titlonei
PHYLLIS S ERNST
a* mother ..nd next friend of
iMuai.i Franc!* Reld, petitioner
Maik II Rubin, Tobtn Rubin.
Salmon Drucker & Sou, Attorney!
10*9 Pom d. Leon Blvd.
Cral (Jablea, Florida JS13I
B) MARK ll RUBIN
______________________3/lt-lt-tC, 4/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT)
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCEftl
NO. 65C 2024 f
THE WILLIAMSIH l'.i;i| SAMSUH
BANK
Plaintiff,
\ s
EDM IN It) iRERT l:AVI,K8.*tt|
AND HAVI.KSS. hi-u..i|
married,
1 lefendnnt*
NOTICE OF SUIT
T'' Edwin Rob, i Karl*M m
t-ltie 'orpa Reel all Inn Stalka I
171 N.w Federal I Hdlni
I i,,i.,.v ette Avi nui I trolt, Mkk
|2M an.I-------- ItirlM
rife. If mat rled, Re*l ci
if Urlni ,.n.l it dead, lie
hi ii --. dev i. -. leisat. -. -
slunr.-e. Honor*, creditor*, U
oth.-r cbUmunt*. claiming by.tk
iiiid.i or agalnsi n
nam.-'l defendant* who :,re ,ih
Voii are hi i >-li> IKitlfM Hot I
above captloned uctiei ha* i-ni
-litiite.l again*! >..u in Hit
Curt ..f tlie Eleventh Judicial I
.,r Florida in and foi l'.l.- I'minaJ
foreclose a rnortc pen the I
i lowing described real property:
I...I 2 Block "i FIRST AJJUO
I Ti > CAR! 'I. 'IT> '.line to I
; Plat thereof, i. .....I in 11*1 K*l
at Pane l* of thi Public i;di4
I lade C.....it) Fk i ida
Von are requ file lea
pleading, to iilalntu I cm II
i the Clerk of 111* ifi-reaW CoNtl
i s. r\.- a COD) Iher,
attorney MAR'I in FlNB, !'* I
, eral Bids;., U
i than Apl <* I
Pro Collf.-sso W ill Mil
DA I" : 1: Mat
K. I: I.KATliKKMAS
Clerk ol thi
lseal) II): i
I teput)
MARTIN FINE
I lade I ederal
Miami. Floi Ida, M
K '-I
!:*, oauae to be filed in the office "'
the Secroutr) of state of the State
of Florida, the documentar) authcrlty
required under Section fiiii.27. Florida
siatut.s. ahowlna the dissolution of
- ...|, corporation.
N,,w. th.-i.for.. th.- Becretary of
Siate d,,.s hereb) certlfl) to tlw fi re-
doing and that lie la satisfied thai the
inn, inetit* of the law liiiiv been
. otntilit-d with.
IN WITNESS U'llKltKoK, 1 have
hereunto eel > hand anil barn
affixed th. Creat Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahi
the Capital, thi* tin I'll KN n
FOURTH day of MARCH, A.I-
I aid
(seal) toM ADAMS
S.-. n-tar> ol State
I .
mil' Alnaley Ridg.
I U, 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
the underalgned, dealrlng t,> engaca In
bualneaa under the flctitloui name ..f
MARANT BNTBRPRISES at 44(4
Nautilus Drive, in the City of Miami
Florida, intend- t,. register
said name with the Clerk of thi Cn-
iiiit Court of Dade County, Florida.
1 lated at Miami I tea. Ii.
l"th da) Of March. !;".
MARIA ANTONIOI
II VRRI /.IKi:i!MI'K
AttomS) for Applll ant
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Florida, this
SPKIt
S/19-21. 4/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2483
EDITH ALICE MURPHY,
Plaintiff,
v.
EDWARD JOHN MI'RPHY,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yon, EDWARD John MURPHY,
244 Walnut Street. Montclalr, New
Jeraey, ara retiulred to file your an-
swer to th* complaint for divorce
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
II.-Milan Cohen, Ks,|.. Kl'.ll-ll CnRrt-ss
Mullding. Alii. mi. Florida, on or be-
ore April 13. 196.1 or else complaint
will be taken as confessed DATED,
Mar, h 8th. r.6f..
E B. LBATHBRMAN
Clark "f the circuit Court
i s.a I, B) c 1' COPBLAND
Deputy Clark
8/1Z-1I-M. 4/t
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65806 B
IN RE: Batate !
MAX tSERBKR
1.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and am I'eraoni Hav-
ing claim.- oi Demands Agalnal Bald
Vou ara hereby notified and re-
lulred t.. preaeni an) cbtlma and de-
mands which you may have aealnst
.i. ol MAX IIERBBR di
i.u. of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judge! of Dade County, ami
ii, the .-.a,,,., in duplicate and aa pro-
vided In Section 7::::.I6. Florida Btat-
iis. In Hair offi.es in the County
Courthouae In l>ade County, Florida.
wuhiii s,\ calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof.
..r the same will he haired
lilted at Miami, Florida, this 5th
day ,.f March, A D. INC
PHILLIP OBRBBR
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
'h. 12th day of March. 1945.
IRVING CYPEN I.AW OFFICES
Attorney fur Executor
SCfi Arthur Godfrey Huad
Miami Beach. Florida S/IJ-19-M. 4/J
NOTICE OF SUIT
ORDER OF pLbUCATIO*
IN THE CIRCUIT C0URJ OF
ELEVENTH JDDlCALCIRCUhl
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAK |
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2532
MILDRED V c u.l'Ur.'l-l-
Plaintiff.
\ s
LOUIE ii. CALDWBLU
I lelemlnn: -c
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO I.Ul.'lK Q. AIJ'AKi.l.
IS JO H'e*1
A|,.,i tujel
i -\. \ aland, i
You ara hi n I
,,f Complaint foi i-a:'"*_1
filed again*! s "ld,vuSrMl
r Pleading lu hi '.
on Ihe PI
AND NEWMAN,
"B
,,f tw
a
fail '""J
will
-lief *
Yaiand, i ,..,1
re her. 1 1 '\"'l
""U:.,S
BuHdiittT. M an
file the orla nal An*
in the "ii..... "'
cult Courl on 'i
..f April. 1!";''
Judgment b) defau
aaainst you for '
the bill "i ",;":-""t, li.Kad!
Th,s notice ahail b. iyr
escb week for J?"VmnmU
Florida, thi- 8th da) "' >u
'"^ B B LEATBEBaUS
Cleik Cln ill 1
rSdeCounty. 1 :
(wal) By: M'22iW
l>e|iut> I l^rK
PRXTJ AND NWMAN
m Dado Federal Bullduuj
Miami. MorldaS31ii ^yj-J
Attorney* for I l.untin ------j
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MAHUFACWURS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER St&
Corporation Seals and Sift*1
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 M.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1*


rtday. April 2, 1965
JmlstncrMian
Pag* rS-C
LEGAL NOTICE
r*",A-riPB BY PUBLICATION
I NI riHCUIT COURT OF THE
,K DMflKNi
.iff.
IorEKCE IHLVIBN.
, "'"suiT FOR DIVORCE
I, n/WKXCK l-EAZEN
1 i Beach :.Mh street
JUVSto 92, Queens County,
.. s'\).,oi:N''E !>f..\zi:.v are
, ,,,! thai a Complaint for
1 ,,., filed againat >-u.
I'i u ire r. \\y* a iv.l I'leadliw to the
U .. ., n plaintiff's attorni >,
".....:n. Ks.,.. 2T1 Coral
".SSI I'I. !"" '
1,1, llerk "i the Clroull Court on
.. .,, ,i.,v f April. 19.
., ,( ..... judgment by de-
Fa *ll Iw ink'-" against you for
k .,.., ided In the BIN of
ii i. published once
I; k for l""r consecutive weeks
IT IIK JEWISH H.nRIDIAN.
'..AK txn i.RDERED at Miami,
rida, tin- -'I"1 oaJ "' March. A.D.
P B i.i: \ riii:i;man. clerk,
hrcQil fourt, l*ide County. Florida
E',7 Bj K M I.V.MAX
11, |,uty Clerk
LroU>J COHEN
I Coral Waj
miff 3'26. 1/2-9-16
,, the circuit court of the
levtnth judicial circuit of
flor.oa in and for dade
county in chancery
No. 65C 3186
ICH.UU) FORBES,
llalntlff,
pj.ltt FORBES.
IVfuldnllt.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
j). I.II.I.IK FVRBBh
; mi Walk
New V.:k. X.Y.
il", i.ll.ui: I'' UIIE8, nrc hereby
lllled lo llli vur defenalve plead*
in thi~- -nil fur dlvoree with the
k .if this Court, and serve n copy
1'lai t ii .- Attorney, EUGENE
.ll.U'll, '!! Soybold Bldg., Miami
.ii hi In fore the 27th da]
| April, ii". .i di fault "ill be
. i .,-..,. >ii.
aid; Man Ii 23, 1965.
K II. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk,
h ... i 'i.unty, Florida
Ii) I I' COPELAND
i'. i>-11 > CU i k
. 26, I 2-9-16
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3185
rV Kl.i: Ri IXKMU.ATT,
.iff.
\s.
tn.N" KOSKNIll. \ I T.
Ih-f.mlunl
NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION
} LEON ROSENBLATT
loi reel
llrookh/n, \<.. fork.
"i AUK HKIUCUV NOTIFIED that
pi dni for Divorce haa been ffcd
F'-t loti and you are required to
til- u copy of your answer on
UntaTt attorney, MORTIMER S.
I1IHN. 513 Ainale) KulldlnK. Miami,
?ii'lii. and file U.....riginal thereof
pii lie Clerk ,>r the Circuit Court on
IDOJt Hi,. .'Til, jay of April, 196."..
mate ih, i-nniplaint will be taken
urtfesscd Ii) you.
't1-*'" "' Mi:'""' l""1"ll,ll. March
': B l-KATHERMAN, Clerk,
mat Court, Dude County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
l N p it) Clerk
3/26, 4 2-9-16
I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6610,-A
| IlllO of
fill KIM S. KAPLAN.
I', '..,.,, |
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All i >,.,!.,,., .,,, A,| |.,.,.^ ,,.|V.
i^mim- .., i ,;,,,. vgalnal s.,i,i
n .....i and re-
I, '" ...... an) l.iiin- and de-
l "" ma) have amilnat
.....RIKOA s KAPLAN
**"'"< "i lad. County, Plor-
nt) JudRea of [>ade
lh.. -in,i.. in duplicate
' in Section 78S.16.
, in their offlcea in
lii,.:'; :" "de I',-in
Irn\T V "' ~ix falendnr month*
f" ,.'',':.....1 "' first i.i.i.H, ..ii,,.,
[i.'.',i ","; '""" will be barred,
S 'A"i,K!,9H' ""S Mrd
N,'.\l \\ KAPUAN
An Admlnlatrator
&?nv>^hJs-.........
'Cy(::;',M'"' ''"'"'
IW&W.2* s; K'",hl"
bail n l,.ld'-' s"'''i
P"1". Florida
/26. 1/2-9-16
DAyettu
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
490

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66447
IN RE: Eatate of
SAM FRANK I.IKW.
I teotamed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors ami All Persona Bav-
ins Clalma or Demands Attains! Said
Estate:
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired in present any claims and in.mils which you may have attains!
the i'. deceased late of Made County, Flor-
ida, in the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sain.- in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7SS.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offlcea in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within >i\ calendar months
fi...... the time of the first publication
hereof, or the sain.- will l linned.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Mrd
day of March, A.D. lm;.",
IRVINU t.11-:\v
MAlltV B. I.li:\V
As i'"- Ailminisiralors
First publication of this notice on
the 26th da) of March, 1965.
SMITH ,,- MANDLER
By: Harry B. smith
An- rney for Co-Admlnlstratora
l"T l.li.....In Road
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewist> fknW^r
solicits your legal notice*.
W appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit :t- i<#5
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2419
IX RE: Change of Name of
oSi-AR MO.VZON Y FERNANDEZ
Minor ChlM of
CARMEN FERNANDEZ SCHNEIDER
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JDL.IO MH.N'Zi IN
Addren Unknown and
to others whom it may con, rn
Notloe is hereby Riven by the un-
dersigned Petitioner. OSCAR MON-
ZON V FERNANDEZ, minor child of
CARMEN FERNANDEZ SCHNEIDER
ami .lil.lii MONZON. parents and
natural guardians, whos
address is MS Mrd Street, In the
City of Miami Beach, Dade County,
Florida. Intends to apply to the Hon-
orable Itav Pearson, Judge of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court, In
nn,l for Dade County, al his office In
the County Court House at ll:im
o'clock A.M., on the l-tli day of May,
IMS, or as soon thereaftei as he may
In heard, for an order changing lii*
num. io OSCAR SCHNEIDER, by
which be shall thereafter be known.
Von an- hereby required to file your
objections, if any. on or before tli
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144-A
IN RE: Estate of
PRAXi KS I!I.X.IAMIX
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims rn* Demands Againat Said
Kstate:
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of FRANCES BENJAMIN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Pad.
County, ami file 'h, same In dupHcati
residential! and as provided In Rectum 183.16.
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months
from ih. time ,,f the first publication
hereof, ,,i the same will Iiarred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, 'Ins 12th
day of March, \.l' 1865.
riiii.ir i Mii.i.r.i:
ZI'.XA MARTIN
As Bxecutora
First publication of this notice
the 26th da) of March, 1965,
CHIMP .1. Mil.I.Kit
Attorney for Kn. .ulors
above date, with CARL EDWIN l.ll'- I 407 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
TON. Attorney for Petitioner, l I 3 :'',. 4 2-9-n;
N.F.. 19th Avenue, North Miami I--------------------------------------------
lleuch. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of March A.D. 1?">.
CARL EDWIN UPTON
Attorney for Petition.*
16499 N.K. 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach. norUta^^ #/|
HroR rSTION TO APPl-Y
Ch3CHANGE OF NAME
L^Tani. I,"',. No' C 3043
t,i".'' Sy Concern:
Mttafl ,"'l",,y *lv'n that the un-
I'AK ,,I,",V.""IU '" VICTOR l^A-
t"CbZ \ .'f, f Miami Iteach.
10 '', '"'Ida. Intends to ai>-
fc"-l>ri i >,!:'"""']'"' Marshall C.
P"l Cir'uS, K" "r th Eleventh- Ju-
h' hi, fi'" ;""' "" ":"1" Cowi-
K''. ai i ',,'.' !?,tn? County Court
' day ,, ,Vh"k *** he
reajter a u1""' lH*< '"' :>* '">""
. "r,.r ,,',;,,' ".'>' "tay be heard, for
|i. "''I-,,,,; their names from
l.wl"ck n" n ;','u> '' '"'" l-azlk,
Iknown. ""> hall thereaftei
! of afatreh"aA1li l''l,;"li',a' tnl" --1"1
-XlCTi n: UAZYr vk
M-ltKXi'iM^V^,.
.....I 'iition, ,s
bsL"R^ ner"
l/IS, 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKF.HY QIVKN that
the niiderslaned. desiring to engage in
bDSiness under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY HOIJT1QCE at MSI Brick-
ell Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk "f
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
.IAN BREEZE
IRVING cvi'F.N law OFFICES
Attorney for Ian Breese
825 Arthur Codfivy Road
Miami I leach, Florida
:l U-19-K, 4 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBT U1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo eagagi
bualneaa under the fictitious name nl
AMERICAN COLLECTION AOENC1
ai Ti'i" Riscayne Blvd., Miami Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit coun of Dade County.
Florida.
JACK KiiS.-M \N
:: 12-19-26, -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY Ul\ EN I
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletltlous name_of
A-l EMPLOYMENT .. 11 N.E. ith
Street, Miami Intenda to register said
name w llh llle Clelk ol the Cii. ill
Conn of Dade Counly. Piorida.
A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. IN'
Seymour (Cy) Bpiegal. I'r,~,.
3,12-19-211. t I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO. eoC 2613
NKLA NASSI.
Plaintiff..
vs.
RALPH NASSI,
Defendant. _._..
NOTICe BY B>ULICATION
TO: RALPH NASSI
A veni.la r. No. 547 Sur
Tijuana B. C Mexico
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
Complaint for IHvorce has
that
been
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144-A
IN RE: Estate of
FRAN. H8 BENJAMIN
1 iccoaspd.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
TDK ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
Yon arc hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
lasl Will and testament Of said dece-
dent has been admitted to probate In
said Court. Von are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the dale of the flrsi publication
of this notice to appear in said Court
and show cans.-. If any \,,ii can. why
the action of said Court In admitting
sai.i will to probate should not stand
unrevoked
\V, IV BLANTON
Count) Judge
i.i.'ill Us : MELBA C. DICK
Clerk
PHILIP .1. MILLER
Attorney
407 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, lln.
First publication of iids notice o i
the -'illli das of March. 196".,
:: .''.. 4 j-'i-ui
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.ii.in. ~- nn i. i i fictitious nam.....
IHSCOTEEN .,i 1100 N'.W 163rd
| i,, ,. in hi, c iv of Miami Florida,
intends i" n li said name Ith the
ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
I., IN1X >N DISTRIBl'TINO
COMPANY, a Fla. Corporation
ii\" Perrs London. President
Caddln, Rothenbera A l.elcluik
Attorni > a for Applicant
::".", Blsca) ne Building
Miami, Florida 13130
a/M, I/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MKRF.HY fHVEN that
the nndersicneii. desiring to engage In
BUSineSI under the fictitious name of
SOI.'TH DALE I.BAHINt! at 1293.',
S.W. H7h Ave., .Miami. FkL (Ma......'2)
in,.mis to r.-gii'ter said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dud.-
Counly. Florida.
HARRY*. FBLDMAN
Ki:SSLi:H i- MASSKY
Attorneya for Aoidlcant
231B LeJeunc Road
3/12-19-26. 4/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring t., engage In
business under Hi,, fictitious name of
Bid DEE SUPERMARKET at 29319
Kinsman Road. Uesure city, Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count., Florida.
MARGUERITE A. HALI.AXll.Vi-;
Sole Owner
.1. DAVID LIKI1MAN
Attorni y for Applicant
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
J/26, I 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57869-C
IN RE: Batata of
.HUM. ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS I
I '.ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Againat Said
Estate;
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an. claims and de- ;
aiaii'l- which you may have BKUinsI
the estate of JOEL ALEXANDER
ABRAHAMS deceased hue of I kadi
County, Florida, i" the Counts Judges
of I lade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in iii. Count) Courthouse in
i.ad.. County, Florida, within six cal-
endar .....nths from the time <,i the
flrat publication hi i of, ur the si.....
will be barn d
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb
da. of March. A.D. 1963,
MARK >N ABRAHAMS
As Administratrix i \T.A.
First publlcatl......i ibis notice on
! the 26th day of March, 1965.
Tallanoff, Waller Ai Lltman
Attorneys for Administratrix C.T.A.
:: M, 4 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2979
ONETHA ALFORJJ,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ARCHIE ALFORD,
I icfcn.laiil.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, ARCHIE ALFORD, 120 Canal
Street, New Haven, Connecticut, arc
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
againat yuu. and you are required to
serve a copy of .our Answer to the
lull ot complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorn,.. Oaklej o. Smith, i i"i N.w.
I North River Drive. .Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer in llle
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
COUI'I oil or before ibe 28th da. of
'April. 1965. If you fail lo do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
yOU for Hie lelief ll 11 111 11 >1 11 ill llle
Bill of Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of March, 1965,
i: B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Trcult *oiirt
l lade County, Florida
(seal) Bj C P COPELAND
I,. putj clerk
i IAKI.EY i: SMITH
I mi N.W Noi ill River I Hive
Miami. Florida
Allol'lle. for I 'iaillliff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTMS) is UliiiKllY GIVRN il,
the undersigned, desiring to engage
bualneaa undei the fictitious name
KEYHOLE It E S T A 1' R A X T
LOUNGE ai 1825 W. lib Avenue, Hli
. lean, Dade County. Florida, int. a
>/-6. 4 .-.t-ib to ,.,.,.1,,,, ,. ..,j,| ,n,nie will, the <|.
,.r ih. Circuit Conn of Lade Count
Florida.
ALLEN I. DRANETZ, President
,.f DRAN ci i IXC.
KIR T YVEI.LISCU
All,,rney for 1 'ran Co., Inc.
167 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables
J/19-26, */'-'
a Complaint tor iivt.i.e ,,..^ ....
filed against you. and you are herch.
required to serve a coy ol fonr an-
ewer to the Complaint on the '"";
Iffa attorney. LESTER it' >' -E'-y
whose uddreas is 999 N.W. 14th sir, I.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of the Answer in the Offlp e oftlM
Clerk of the Elcvenih Judicial Circuit
in and for Dade County. Honda.
or before the 18th day of April. 1965.
In default Of which the complaint will
be taken as confeased b> you,
DATED this 10th da. of M.il'H.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN
(seal)
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; c. P. c.H'i-.LAND
S/18-18-26, 4.2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN th v.
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fieiltious name ''
THE POWDER ROOM at 1101 Li
coin Road BuUdlng, Miami Beat
Florida intends to register .-aid nai
with the clerk of the Circuit Coi
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK ZUCKER.
Owner A Sole Proprietor
PAUL WARREN
Attorni y for Jack Zucker
;t 12-19-26. 4 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66282A
IN RE: Estate of
r.isk SCHWARTZ, a k/a ROS1-
KLEIN SCHWARTZ, a li a IW.- J
KLEIN,
Dot-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hs -
iuu claims oi I,.man,Is Against Si
Estate.
v,,a ai ii. r. by notified and i
quired to present anj claims and d
Mi.iiHis which you muy have again
the estate of HOSE SCHWA RT
h u BOSK Kl.l'.lN 8CHWAR1
, k i Ri iSF: K LE1N deceased late
Hade County, Florida, lo the Coun
Judges oi Dade County, and file tl -
same n duplicate and as provided
Section 7*3.16, Florida Statutes,
Iheil offices ill llle County Colll'l llOII -
In Made County, Florida, within
calendar i.....iths from the time Of t!
lii-t publication In i of, or the .-ai -
Will be balled.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S. '.
Jaj of March, A.D. 1965,
I Mull HAYXAL
Ri ISE BERKl IWITZ
As Executors
First publication ,,f this notice
the 12th day of March. 1966.
Sim..... Hays a.- Grundwerg
Attorneya for Estate
301 Ainsley Ituilding
Miami. Florida 83132
F'R 1-6513 ,
____________ :l '12-19-26.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66282A
; IN RE: Estate of
Itl ISE SCHW \KT/.. a k a ''.' '-
KLEIN sciiwartZ, a k/a ROSS
KLEIN,
1 e, eased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE >n I i RIDA:
Tii \l,l. PERSONS INTF7RESTED ]
THE i:st \'l'l'". OF SA1B DECBDEN
You an In i, I,, notified that a wri -
ten Instrument purporting to b
last will and testament of said dec
dent has i,, n .i Im tted to proba
:n -aid Court. You inandi ,1 within -ix i al. ndar montl
from the date of the flrat publlci
tion of this notice lo appeal In sa
c,in and show cause, If any you ca
why the action of said Court In ai
. mlttliiR -aid will to probate
mil unrevok. ,l
U IV 111.ANT. iN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i.lYEX thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fiotltloui name of
Ci iNTINENTAL, INVESTIQATIONa
al Suit, 208 16499 N.E. 19th Avenue.
North Miami Beach, Florida Intenda
io register sold name with lha Clerk
o| ilie Circuit Court ol I'ade County,
Florida. _
I II.\ KI.CS I 'Ol 'K, Sole 1 l MIT
FREED fi W BILL
IMie I'.iiildlng
Miami Florida
Attorneya for Owner 3/12-19-26. 4/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3002
BERNARD P. SMITH,
Plaintiff,
. s.
ANNE SMITH,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in: AXNE SMITII
, ireeiipoint. Brooklyn, New York
You, ANNE SMITH, are hereby uo-
lili.d thai a Bill Of Complaint foi
invoice has been filed against you
and ..on i ol .our Answer or Pleading Mi tilt
I'.ill of Complaint on the I'luDltlfft
attorney. STANLEY E. BOOKMAN,
2686 N.W. d.iid s-i.. Miami. F'londa
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the ofii.e ot the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ,,n ,.r before the 2*.th
day of April. 196:,. if you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against von for ih.- relief -demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notloe shall i published once
each week for four consecutive eveeki
In THE JEWISH I LORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, ibis 1Mb day of March A.D
I96S.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, CI. rk,
Clroull Court, Dade County, Florida
fseal) B> C. I' COPELAND
I >. put. CI. rk
STANLEY E. ';,'. iDMAN
26R8 N W S2nd Sir. t
Miami. Fla. OX 1-0880
Alloine. for Plaintiff
3,26, 4,2-9-16
' -'- count} Judg.
- (gi in Bj. Lois F. Pastoi fii Id
Clerk
Fii -i publication of this notlei
the li'ili da. of Mar, h, 1965.
Simon. Ilaya ft Grundwerg
Attorn, H
:: >l Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33131
PR 1-6513
; 12-19-16, 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wiseheart)
EMER1 I A FELIPE,
Plaintiff,
ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE,
1>. f. ii,1.1nl
NOTICE BY PUBSICATION
TO: ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE
1318 Lafayette Avenue
Apt. N.,. :l
Bronx, New York
YOU ARE HERERY notified tli.
a Complaint for Divorce bus i
filed against you, and you are here!
required to serve a cosy ol .our ai.-
suer io iiie Complain! on the Plali -
tiffs attorney, LESTER ROGERS
whos. address Is 999 N.w. litli Stree
Miami. Florida, ami file the origin,
of ibe Answer in the office of tb
cierk oi the Eleventh Judicial Clrcul
in and I lade 'o inty. Floi Ida, o
,.r b.'iYrc the 18th da. of April, 196
in default ot which the Complaint wi'
be taken as confessed by you.
DATED this 9th day of March. 196".
i; ii LEATHERMAN
Ck rk ol the On mi Court
(aeal) B] : C P COPELAND
.1. 11-19-26. 4 -


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Fage 8-B *Je*lsthtk>rl4kr. Friday. April 2. ranees Xet man We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Tema (Mrs. Morris) Burks dark eyes sparkled and glowed as she popped In and out of trouble when she was a little girl in New York City where she was born. Her eves still sparkle, and her heart shaped-face is just as vivid; but now she is a dignified young matron, and probably never remembers at all that she didn't like dragging her younger sister, Monu. around with her when she was a child as she calls out to her own youngsters to take the next in line along. Tema's familv moved to Miami Beach in 1938. Tema went to Ida M. Fisher, then Miami Beach High School. Later, she went to the University of Maryland, where she was active and interested in student government. An Alpha Epsilon Phi in college, she was active in forming the Greater Miami Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association. After graduation, she returned to Miami Beach, where she worked for the Florida Sun. now the Miami Beach Sun. as a reporter covering everything from social news to the police blotter. It was at this time that she met Morris. Soon, they were married and moved to Bay Harbor Islands, where they built a charming house. Since Morris is a build er. Tema just left the building to him. Presently, they are building a home in Coral Gables that sounds ideal for themselves and their four children, each different, each wonderful, according to Tema. They are Michael. Patty. Tommy and Susan. Tema has been most active in community affairs. Right after her marriage she was public relations director for two years at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She was also involved in the work of National Council of Jewish Women. It was much easier to participate in club work when the children were small. Now active in PTA work, Tema helped organize the Bav Harbor Islands Cooperative Nursery and was also instrumental in starting an afterschool recreation program. She's also currently leading a Great Books discussion group at high school and is active in American Jewish Committee. Since she believes that the Civil Rights movement is one of the most important events in American affairs today, she has concerned her-elt with that aspect of the American Jewish Committee. Tema and Morris have started an art collection, including many different styles of painting and sculpture. They like to play tennis together, water ski. enjoy opera, conceits and ballet. They also enjoy traveling, packing as much as possible into the smallest amount of time, as Morris finds it difficult to take long vacations. Knitting i> too quiet for Tema and takes too long. Just as soon as she starts anything. Tema wants it finished right away. That's why she has always been so good at volunteer work. From the time Tema was first married, she adored making fancy things and cooking exotic dishes. No recipe was ever too complicated for her. However, if one husband likes gourmet cooking, and lour children do not, the happy compromise is no gourmet dinners when the children are at home. As parents of the new generation, Tema and Morris are not satisfied. They are always searching, groping for what is best for their children. What should they be taught? What are the values to be held above all others in today's world'' Until they find the answers, the Burks are doing fine, just fine. TCMA NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER /MIAMI Miss Devera Dernis Becomes Bride Of Rabbi Harold Richter in Rites Here The former Miss Devera Dernis became the bride of Rabbi Harold Richte,on Saturday, Mar. 28 at B'nai Raphael. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz conducted the afternoon ceremony which was followed by a reception. For the nuptials, the bride chose a formal length gown of silk organza and alencon lace styled with scoop neck, short sleeves, and bell skirt. The entire front of the gown was appiiqued with alencon lace Sandra Broad. David Kayton Exchange Vows Sandra Broad became the bride of David Kayton on Sunday. Mar. 21. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad. 9405 E. Broadview Dr., Bay Harbor Island. Rabbi Berel Wein and Cantor Abraham Seif officiated at the afternoon ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broad, of 4330 Nautilus Dr. She attended Miami Beach High. University of Florida, and received her degree in elementary education at the University of Miami. She has taught in the Dade County public school system. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. K. Kayton. 3148 SW 16th Ter. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and is associated with the Labor Relations Board in the Baltimore. Md., office. Mrs. Shepard Broad was matron of honor for he r niece, and Norman Kayton served as best man for his brother. After their honeymoon, the couple will live in Baltimore. and the chapel train cascaded from the shoulders to the floor. A fabric rose head piece trimmed with lily of the valley held the multitiered veil and she carried her confirmation bible with orchids. Wearing floor length crepe sheaths of cherry pink in the empire style, bridal attendants were Mrs. Judith Levine, matron of honor. Mrs. Sandee Steinberger. Mrs. Pamela Dernis and Mrs Marilyn Dernis. bridesmaids. Ring bearer was Bruce Stern. Susan Stein served as flower girl, and Helaine Stern and Karen Stern were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Bella Richter. 1040 Euclid Ave. the bridegroom's rn£thej,,wa:, escorted down the aisle by Arnold Richter. another son. Serving as best man was Sanford Dernis, and ushers included David Dernis, Edward Levine, Jerry Steinberger and Dr Alvin Stern. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dernis. 650 86th St.. the bride attended Hebrew Academy. St. Petersburg Junior College and University of Miami. Rabbi Richter attended Hebrew Theological College in Chicago. Emmanuel College and University of Miami, and was ordained at Mesivta Torah Vodath. Spiritual leader of B'nai Raphael, he serves as secretary of Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Following a honeymoon in Caracas. Venezuela, the newlywed* will live at 1320 NW 183 St. MKS. HAROLD PICHUI Rosenbergs Tell Daughter's Troth To Alan Gardner Mr. and Mrs AI Rosenberg. 5805 Leonardo St.. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sona. to Alan Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gardner, Roslyn Heights, N.Y. j Miss Rosenberg is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from fhe Univer. sity of Miami and recently received her Master's degree in education from Columbia University. Mr. Gardner is a graduate of the University of Georgia. He served three years in the Navy as lieutenant j.g. and is presently employed as an operations analyst with the Navy ships' store office in Brooklyn. An August wedding is planned. SONA ROSfNSfRC E. All. ii B( >,,i *1*S. DAVID KAYTON B'nai Raphael Sisterhood B'nai Raphael Sisterhood will hold its annual fashion show. "My Fair Lady." on Thursday evening, Apr. 8. at 1401 NW 183rd St. Fashions will be by Young Sophisticates. ffludbJUxL Sabi. APRIL 12-17th SPECIAL CLEARANCE TO MAKE ROOM FOR A RECENT PURCHASE OF AN ESTATE r > I 9 Cleaning-Laundry ^"^ Storage 1201 20th Strte* JE 8-6104 Miami B*ach OHH 7 AM. • 9 •-*. 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rage 8-C kwisti ftcrtUain Friday. April 2. Soviet Anti-Semites Handicapped lliat Bilkun and By S. J. GOLDSMITH LONDON — (JTA i — Let us make ii clear, in fairness to the Soviet authorities, that Soviet anti-Semites are handicapped. They cannot come out and attack the Jews openlj, as British, American or French nti-Semites do. This is not the way : ings happen in Soviet Hussia. The Soviet anti-Semites arc reduced to ibterfuge; to using names which mnd Jewish in order to make innuations agains Jews as a group. They run grave risks, too. For %  mi's arc sometimes a '•cry unrt liable guide. Only the other day, a chap called > then, a world-famous footballer, the It 11 back of the current English national soccer team, told re I irters that he was riot Jewish. A man called Lev) is a congregai.mal minister ana does not know < any Jewish ancestors. On the i her hand, a devout Christian with non-Jewish name, tor half a century a member of the Orthodox <_ lurch, once said it was not at all ul to be a Gey; the only trouble ,•, he cannot overcome his childi iud habit ot spitting three times vhencver he passes j >u see how difficult it is to op&f ate b\ names alone. 1>' like are |ly encouraged by the autho, j But they are tolerated. Tw free press in Ku^ia and nicipal council examine the house crook'in the first paragraph, while prosecution in Kiev took over from ^.ff is prfj,^,. i? ^ fc and the situation. The story is badly written. The author's attempts to be funny, fail. All this would not matter. There are clumsy stories in Western papers every day of the week — and on Sundays too. What matters is that the original occupier of the house — it seems more like a shack Horn the description — is named Vakuix)\ska> a. The nex; occupier is named Yakov Davidovich Shutzky. The ultimate occupier is named Fania Grigorievna Sudnik. These are all Jewish names. They stand out like a pikestaff. It might have happened that three Jews had been involved in this kind of musical chairs affair, not unknown In Soviet Russia, but there are two especially nasty aspects to the story, apart from its general tastelessness. In the first place, it is unlikely that this is a unique case of houses being transferred from one occupier to another. There must be non-Jews doin.; the same in a large place like Minsk. In the second place, there seems to be nothing particularly reprein the last paragraph you find that there was not even a charge lev eled against him by the authorities. There it transpires from the intervening paragraphs that Shein changed his job a few times — having been given a new job every time — and that he did not always are SUS pect. to say the least workmates. (be press and the sentences were ity has said that this sort t secured. Then came the sensational j "*i-social. They put LvS( fernery ot the literary magazine. Kf n pta b,,t n '" Ki "hko Literaturnaya Gazetta — in Russia kun. al. journals write I£ t every-, ^Jfi***? *** thing — that Frachtman was framed. This monstrous case shows once more that all economic trials anti-Semitism of the This is, of course, offset by the andicap under which Jews labor i Soviet Russia. They cannot .-ounter-attack the anti-Semites, ra British, American and French ews do, since the anti-Semites are not supposed to exist. Colin .ordan was nearly lynched in .ondon's Trafalgar Square — by .ews and Negroes but Kitchko : oes not fry to address meetings 1 Red Square in Moscow. Nor does he try to visit Argentina ind contact local fascists, as Lin:oln Rockwell did. a church. So hen sible in the .deals no exploi• ^.. The Jews aained silent spectators, as if the hole thing went on in Ruritania. How do the Soviet anti-Semites .. icrate b> names? Here are some i camples, which require little com %  ent. First one or two points to etch in the background. Sovietskaya Byelorussia: All Sov .i i papers are official, of course 'I nis one tells a story about a deI cheil house in Minsk which used ti be inhabited by a woman who mi" because the house was due ir demolition. She was given an Kirtment. but sold the house to a in v in v as also in turn given an lartmenl But the house still -ands and provides a comfortable mi r a woman sad to be the ice ol the previous occupier, who not really his niece Tin' paper demands that the muMuch was already written about the case of Frachtman and 20 other people, all found guilty of economic crimes and sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. Frachtman had been sentenced to 15 years. In Zviazda: In Homel. this paper the Ikranian press, Frachtman was tells a story about one Zinovy Isdescribed as "the boss." leading akevich Shein. who is called "a a gang of economic saboteurs. 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Page 2-C -Jmlst! ncrkttar) r "duy. Ana 1 Behind the Important Bonn Decision Nasser told a •bs would win down" JERUSALEM (JTA) — Talks between West German and Israeli officials on West Germany's offer to recognize Israel proceeded last week under a virtual total news blackout. Dr. Kurt Birrenbach, a West German Parliamentarian, was rushed to Israel by Chancellor Luuwig Erhard to sound out Israeli leaders on the Chancellor's surprise decision. After three days of talks. Dr. Birrenbach returned to Bonn reportedly with Israels acceptance in principle of the recognition offer. It wit • If* reported that agreement hd been reached on Israel's insistence that West Germany complete the shipments of arms which Erhard abruptly lotpereed last month under Egyptian threats to recognise Communist East Germany. The information on the talks Ml all unofficial because Israel imposed a news blackout on BirrenDR. KUK1 BllllilNBACH ;iry majority was in the making for approval of the Bonn offer. Then news emerged that West Germany had rejected Israel's debach's visit. Israeli officials did mand for completion of the $80,000.-; lations and to try to solve the Bonnlet it be known that a Parliament000 arms agreement. Shortly after, Jerusalem crisis over the arms aid suspension. Reportedly, Dr. Birrenbach learned about the Chancellor's decision only while he was enroute to Israel and, on his arrival, he had not yet been informed about the complete text of the Chancellor's statement. %  ; > POlllj with 1st* many and warne< : tl • Dr Birrenbach returned to Bonn .West Germany, establishment of re-I ried through u„*' pnd reported to Chancellor Erlations with East Germany and an' onomic aid. ho *," %  IjM hard, the government spokesman, : Arab boycott of West Germany. I West German p ri ,„.,,* Gunther von Hase. said West Ger-|many had decided to stick to its decision against completing the arms shipments. The reports of problems were I climaxed by the disclosure that i Dr. Birrer.bach had been instructed to make a second visit to Jeruj salem to discuss Dr. Erhard's view's on Israel's conditions. West Germany formally denied reports that Israel had asked — | as a precondition for acceptance of diplomatic recognition 1 — %  that West Germany adhere to the 1950 Tri partite Pact guaranteeing its borders. Authoritative sources in Bonn meanwhile asserted that Chancellor Erhard's decision to propose establishment of diplomatic ties with Israel caught many Germans by surprise. Among the latter was Dr. Birrenbach, who originally was sent to Israel to discuss the entire range of West German-Israeli reArab Spokesman in U.S. a Suicide WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Dr. Garland Evans Hopkins, a Methodist minister who was a leading spokesman for the Arab cause in the United States and active in anti-Zionist groups, died here in what police called a suicide. He was 51. He was secretary general of the World Fellowship of Muslims and Christfans. He had been executive vice president of the American Friends of the Middle East and a leader of the "Citizens Committee on American Policy in the Near East." an anti-Zionist group. He had been active in pro-Arab causes since the late 1940's when he opposed the partition of Palestine and advocated Arab statehood in opposition to Jewish national aspiratioons. Only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily (lights and a special 17 hour excursion fare lo The Arab reaction was, as expected, violent. Representatives of the Arab League states assembled in Cairo and adopted a series of resolutions proposing withdrawal of their envoys from West Germany. President Nasser said the action had been decided on in retaliation for Bonn's recognition offer to Israel. 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n J ANTE by ISABEL GROVE th W ovnan s C WorU linner party lilM Thursday [jii ,n the home 01 Rose and Lin Bender for her cousin, [ v, rij si!!-, who Fang the %  .,. Countess in The MarLot Ficam" an.I h w r, i. Shirley Sills Mrs. SiUs, (.( %  nimviims her daughter ."almost all i her irips. also I.,., manj t h r lovely cos. W e|| iother thin.uin ^rdrobe Hostess quite I |oo, although in a difIwt area ol the arts — her ; ,, ,,i filled with her sculpr (i winch she's SO attached never been able to bring j-ii to part with any of it | K sts, Mr and Mrs. MorLapidus, Dr and Mrs. Alex it) an Ben Kaufman. anil llarr> Schiff, Florence joi Kra is, Florence and Hen hd r also during i er stay here, the tra star. Mrs. Petar GreenL„ in private li ?. entertainMis. Jacqut coin n ol Sunset I I 1 Spring vacationing from North >ti ni I n u rsitj. Nelsa Gidbrouyhl classmates Susie %  zi r and -i i. t n Pass to enjoy Imi Bcacli with her Sumplans .ill laid out in a most tfacton fashion lor Nelsa animus urn! talented daughter the Louis (Sidneys has been accepted in the Sarah Lawrence art studies program to be held in Florence. Italy in July Then, what's left of the summer. she'll spend touring the Scan Flavian countries .. Top award in the Pallet Club exhibition now being held at Burdlne's won by Mn. liana Robinson. 1321 Flamingo Way An abstract Minting entered bj Mrs. Adrian Thai in an exhibit at the .Miami Women's Club spoil sored by Dade County Federation ol Women's Clubs, won her ;i first prize. For the 17th time, former residents, as well as visitors, trom Providence. It.I., and environs gathered for their annual Purim party at the North Miami Beach home of the Nathan Ostrovs Begun when the State of Israel was established, the custom continues for the group which shares a common Interest in the welfare %  I the S'nte Out-of-town con tingent included Mrs. .1. Bisenberg. Fall River; Mr. and Mrs David Robin, Brockton. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. J. F.r n rucht. Providence, R.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnick, Pawtucket, R.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Horowitz. Branswick, N.J. LOCalites were Mr. and Airs. Harry Chaet. Mrs. Louis M. Hay man. Mrs. Sylvia NewContinued on Pg 5 B eJewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday. April 2. 1965 Section S TEMPLE LEADERS WILL BE HONORED Menorah Banquet Sunday Eve Temple Menorah will hold its annual celebration banquet on Sunday evening at the Deauville Hotel. Maurice Revitz, president, has announced. Chairman is Mrs. Lawn-nee Weston. The affair is the culmination of the ad journal project which Sisterhood and congregation jointly sponsor to raise funds for the Temple Religious School. The event will also do honor to the leadership and temple members who have given devoted service throughout the year. Special tribute in the form ol a Kiddush cup will be presented to Mrs. Elsie fcelsky, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black, Mr. and Mrs William Carmel, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Malow. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seg;.l. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selecoff, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Towbin and Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weston. In a ceremony conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. with Cantor Edward Klein ottering a medley n; tribute, the following 10-year members of the temple will be honored : Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alter, Mrs. Maizie Barkin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckman. Mr. Sidney Croney. Mr. Otto Diamond. Mr. and Mrs Max Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gaby, Mrs. Bertha Glazer, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goss, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, Mr. Isaac Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman. Mr. Meyer Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kauter. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney King. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korenblit. Mr. and Mrs. Max Krauss, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lazarus, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nankin. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Paulson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabiner, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rubel, Mrs. Sarah Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sapirstein, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaefler. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sin;, i Mr. Harry Slsselman, Mr. and Mrs. David Snyderman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stamler. Mr. and Mrs Saul 1 Strachman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sussman, Mr. a n d Mrs. Morris Crist. Mr and Mrs. William Waller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weinstein. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weston. Dr. and Mrs. Wither Wishner. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yoffee, Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner, and Mr. and Mrs. George Zlotshewer. Revitz will present the highest tribute ol the evening to Sol Frankel and Mrs. Essie Wolf, chairmen of the journal. Mrs. F.lsie Bclsky, Sisterhood president, will present the group's trophy to Sisterhood members "for participation in the temple's major fund-raising project." The celebration will begin with a cocktail at 6 p.m.. and will feature entertainment and conlinuo u a dancing to a live band. for a traditional passover ELEGANT ENGLISH BINNERWARE in JOHNSON BROS. PRICED ton SEASONAL SAVING 42-pc. service for eight 19.95 open stock, 32.70 Set a beautifully inviting table for the family with gleaming white Snowhite Regency always available in open stock. Made in Stoke on-Trent, England, the delicately fluted shapes and fashionable snow white brilliance are just right for the dignity of the occasion. And for only 19.95, you get 8 each: dinner plates, bread butters, cereal soups, cups, and saucers; 1 each: oval vegetable, 10' platter all dishwasher and detergent safe. 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Page 4-A vJewlsti ftcrldHari Frid av "Je wish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 Published every Friday since 1917 by The Jewish Florldlam at 120 N.E. Sixih Street. Miami 1, Fl"" !" Second-Class Hc.staKe Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absoroed the JtwWt UjJgfMj the Jewish Weekly. Member of the ****** J^S'S !" Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Asen. or English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to. Publisher SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request The Jewish Floriiliun does not guarantee the Kashrutb of the merchandise advertised in Its columns. Yarmulkes Among Freedom Marchers We are not quite sure of the significance of Yarmulkes amonq the freedom marchers from Selma to Montgomery last week. On the one hand, we are delighted to learn that Negro participan's wore the Yarmulkes in respectful emulation of the rabbinic marchers among them, including no less a distinguished personality than Dr. Abraham Heschel, of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who was asked by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to take a posii of honor at the heed of the group. On the o'.her, it seems a strange and even expedient use of a religious article. We can hardly disaaree with the Negro explanation that "wherever the freedom movement is, God is to be found there," but the apparent Jewish elation at the pragma'.ic purpose to which the Yarmulkes were put suggests a strange disregard of one's own spiritual sanctity at any cost. Clearly, as we have repeatedly indicated in these columns, the civil riqhts movement is one of the most profoundly significant in the history of our nation, not alone because of the blood that has already been shed in its name, but because it is basic to the meaning of American principles of democracy. In this context, Jews are as sensitive and as willing to contribute as any of their fellow citizens if not, indeed, more. But it does not seem quite clear that the compromise of one's religious esteem is the price to be paid. • • The Selma Outrage The wide variety of Jewish organizations throughout the nation that have voiced their indignation at the Selma, Ala., events are joining hands with Americans of good-will everywhere who recognize that the restraint to the guaranteed freedoms of our Negro citizenry is a threat to the freedom of us all. The American Jewish Committee, AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, Association of Reform Rabbis of New York City, and the National Community Relations Advisory Council in the guise of seven of its affiliate agencies: American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish War Veterans, National Council of Jewish Women, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and the United Synagogue of America, are among the many major institutions that have gone on record in voicing their revulsion at the high-handed tactics of Gov. Wallace, of Alabama, the City of Selma, and those of its citizens who still seek to turn back time in the advance of human affairs. By the expression of their concern, our Jewish institutions are in the mainstream of the nation's progressive drive toward giving practical meaning to the American ideals that all men are created egual and that, without regard to race or creed, they are entitled to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness—and the secret ballot. Friday, April 2. 1965 29 Adar 5725 April 2, J DIERRE SALINGER ,, r Million Dollar LSI meeting of hl CombmS^ uh Appeal or, St.nday a t *"' Fontainebleau Hotel that ni is a meaning] effort no u o the Jewish .on,^ H to all Americans, as wall n ticularly, he laid emjEL* the viability of Iw 2f s, ; ical. military and econS affairs. The breast D ?< ing previously heard optimistic reports by a variety of divi* the success of the campaign thus far. To spur the effort f"i Salinger noted that the mounting spiral of armaments in .u' 0 ^! during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN MMMHin Volume 38 Number 14 affairs. The'bre'a'kf.^*" 5 by a variety of divi the success of the campaign thus far. To spur the effort Salinger noted that the mounting spiral of armaments j n th. i East is ineluctably designed to destroy Israel. The form. i2* idential press secretary noted quite simply: "The Commun't''* giving weapons to the Arabs; while the great Western powers'* "* to be failing to meet their commitment to Israel.'' ^ Added Salinger: "I believe the United States must make it i_ that if Nasser is going to pit East against West ft the escalatiaj race, we intend cutting out our aid." 8a !" l| There was something in the ph raseology and the deliver* illiil HIP IIMIM*! WHIS, foVrrrer 'thief, the late President K U it Uv,.l,.,.,.... J .il ""I But. if Mr. Salinger underscored our failure to meet our commhiS to Israel, he was certainly treading on dangerous ground fin. J?! to israei. ne was certainly ireamng on dangerous ground. One before his tragic assassination, Mr. Kennedy did a slow burn n I action to a clause approved by both the House and Senate 4 then current Foreign Aid Bill, which aimed at refusing assijti I viet Jews will have their own matzoh during the Passover holiday. We remember, however, similar "official" statements in the past — all of them denied within weeks before the advent of Passover. In fact, the pattern has been that the earlier the announcement was made, the more vigorously was it denied in the end. to nations abroad guilty of aggression or aggressive intent Among other things. Mr. Kennedy flatly declared that ui of eighty percent of American aid to Egypt was in the form o-'J plus food, an argument repeated only recently bj President John for continuing to service Nasser despite his insult ommml tion that we jump into the sea. SKATING ON THIN ICE t^jOWHERE IN Mr. Kennedy's argument on i %  !" I!KI he confi -• thai surphi fi od r< li ry needs to be translated into Made-in-the-So marines and other wet; ol war Hence, Mr i who was Presidei t K< tary, and inter Mr. Johnson's, certainly seemed to ice in his current! rtable as Israel's rising militarj difficulties Nevertheless 3 ard in tin image of the New Frontier agaii with .i second responsibility: this time forthright! .1 i ii government will not stand by and see the Aral I security in another vital area — the threat to di In a continuing bird's eye view of issues that concern the Jeigl community and. by implication, the Combined Jewish App I Salinger reached out to examine the West German statute of kmiu-l tions on the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. Thencan never hi a limit to the ferreting out of those responsible for the worst ramil in human history, he boldly declared, assessing the Bonn d::uioal extend the statute through 1969 as meaningless.' Turning to the question of Soviet anti-Semitism. Mr Salingsl nostalgically noted that even though he had only been a mpmbel of the United States Senate for five months, he waglad "I hadal hand in voting for the resolution'" condemning Russian anti Jeia| practices. CJA's Million Dollar Breakfast M The Combined Jewish Appeal Million Dollar Breakfast on Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel was a happy occasion for more reason than that it served as the occasion for the 1965 CJA campaign to go over the million mark toward the achievement of the drive's $1,435,080 goal. The large capacity attendance, representing a significant cross-section of 'he Greater Miami Jewish community's organizations and leaders, exuded the warmth and enthusiasm, the spirit of optimism and cooperation so necessary to a successful drive. This double-barreled achievement bodes well not alone for the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal, but for the future of our Jewish community's welfare endeavor, which began to brighten last year and which now seems hopeful once more. Matzoh-Baking in Moscow From Paris comes a report via the Soviet Union Press Agency Novosti that matzoh is already being baked in the USSR in preparation for the forthcoming Passover holiday. Novotti declares that the board of the Moscow Central Synagogue has organized the matzoh-baking in a suburb of the city and that 1,000 pounds are being baked daily. Before Passover, the news agency declares, some thirty tons will be ready and available for use. We would like to believe the report. For whatever political reason the announcement is being released, we would like to feel that SoJudge Cypen Reelected The reelection of Judge Irving Cypen to a £.ixth term as president of the Jewish Home for the Aged is a tribute to one of our community's distinguished and well-deserving leaders. Judge Cypen has an enviable record of con'^ibutions to a variety of civic, welfare and religious organizations. On the Circuit Court Bench, to which he was appointed by former Gov. LeRoy Collins, and where he later won reelection unopposed. Judge Cypen rapidly achieved the respect of the legal profession for his exemplary capability. And, both before and since his tenure. Judge Cypen has performed similar service of repute in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Temple Emanu-El, United Fund, Kiwanis and Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Throughout his presidency of the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Home has made steady progress toward the achievement of one of the outstanding institutions for the elderly in the nation. Judge Cypen's reelection to a sixth term indicates the Home's regard for his leadership, no less than his own dedication to the community in which he lives and serves. f AILING TO MllT MIS OWN COMMITMENT R. SALINGER'S fifteen-minute address was climaxed by UMUHI Kennedy-ism, a call for moral outrage in our society. "We sl wrong." he said. "We participate in movements to alleviate i!. nil then we retreat. There is no constancy." Referring particularly ti| hate and intolerance in Selma and Birmingham, Mr. Salinger del dared that "it is not enough to be outraged only when someone | killed ... We need constancy of outrage." To make his point more meaningful, the former Presidential preal secretary referred to his just-concluded eight-day stay in Europtl where, he observed, U.S. race relations are a major concern. Cotl pleting his presentation, Mr. Salinger deftly returned to his Kennrtfl ism. The American Jewish community, he said, is a symbol of *l constancy of effort needed in our nation as a whole — the constutJ| toward moral outrage. Mr. Salinger's address proved disappointing from two points d| view: first, that its brevity failed to meet his own commitment | the importance of the occasion: second, and as a consequence, tbsj t touched briefly on a variety of issues onlv tenuouslj relatd | the purpose of the breakfast and. indeed, to the Combined Je*| Appeal at large. It remained for Dr. Irving Lehman, chairman of the 1965 CM bined Jewish Appeal, to bring passion to both the occasion -*r i tj purpose. Iii a roundup address, he offered a significant 1 of the meaning of CJA and precisely why so man) %  a J out on a Sunday morning to hear a million doll., • repm Tor his own part, Mr. Salinger seemed content to speak off-the-catj such a way as to suggest he had done no think:; 'hand Certainly, Mr. Salinger would have preferred that H ; %  : ;> jr **1 wise; on the other hand, he did liitlc homework %  lus content. AN EXCITING BREAKEAST DESPITE HIM A LL OF WHICH brings me back to a favorite to] I the Jewish communal insistence upon glamorous pi as a focus for their organization endeavor to insure a successful %  II ever there existed a need for what Mr. Salinger called n; ir3 '!|i| rage, it is precisely in this regard. However exalted his '^'H political associations, and however sophisticated his casual *W"~J to preparing for Sunday's breakfast. Mr. Salinger failed bj any | urc to approach Dr. Lehrman's effective presentation. I do not here mean to suggest that Mr. Salinger failed A* I of ability. On "Florida Forum" over Television Station I Sunday evening. Mr. Salinger came into his own Field'"" 'VJ of questions in the area of his expertise, journalism and P r -*"ll tions. he was both scintillating and stirring, a combination W 1 moved from his achievement earlier in the day. ^1 I'erhaps Mr. Salinger is new to the lecture trail linking the %  i A communities in their philanthropic endeavor. In any ease, tn I lion Dollar CIA Breakfast was a bright and exciting event, "^J cant turn in the tide of all too manv previous years its d" I participants, themselves, the force behind the success Mr *'.[J was a gay and light between-the-acta feature, it would "•! unrealistic to say he was more than that. In the li'-ht ol m,> £| elusions, it would also be disenchanting to contemplate"" capacity audience had come mainly to hear him.



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Page 8-A Jewlsti ftcrktlar FridQ YApril 2, i Mideast Views Outlined for Eshkol Continued from Page 1-A other major series of talks here, with Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart, said: "Mr. Eshkol's visit has provided a welcome opportunity for the Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary to discuss with him, in accordance with the friendly relations between the two countries, a wic'e range of subjects of mutual interests and concern, especially Anglo Israeli relations and the situation in the Middle East. Both sides felt that Mr. Eshkol's visit nau advanced Anglo-Israeli understanding and had successfully demonstrated the continuing friendly relations between the two countries." A source close to the Foreign Office also said that the Jordan River water issue had been discussed in the lengthy talk between Mr. Eshkol and Mr. Stewart. The li'tter was reported to have made it clear that Britain would deplore any action to interfere with the water supplies of any country in the Middle East. Although Britain is Construction Starts On Coastal Towers Construction has begun on Coastal Towers, the first high rise rental apartment to be built on the northernmost end of Miami Beach. The 15-story structure, contain ing 429 rental apartments, is located on 159th St. and the Intracoastal Waterway, with main entrance to the fully landscaped seven-acre site directly off Collins Ave. Representing a total investment ol $7 million, Coastal Towers is being developed by Bernard Berkley and Morris Burk. The architectural firm of Marchesani and Cohen is responsible for the design | of the structure. Studio, one and two-bedroom apartments, each with private terrace and picturesque waterfront | view, will be available at rentals scaled from SI 15 per month. Luxury appointments, such as wall-towall carpeting, separate service hallways, laundry rooms on each floor, and individual walk-in storage compartments for every apartment, will be afforded all residents of the new building. Planned as a complete independent unit. Coastal Tower-ites will have the services of their own coffee shop, gourmet market, barber shop, beauty parlor and sundry shop directly on the premises. Spalious entertainment areas will also be available with planned activities by a full-time social director. The extensive tropical landscaping for the pool and patio area, as well as the surrounding grounds, has been prepared by the wellknown landscape designer, Fred Stresau. The building site, which includes water frontage on three sides of the property, will have a 2.000 ft. private boardwalk constructed along its perimeter. Dockage facilities and fishing piers will also be available. Both Berkley and Burk are prominent in the real estate and build ing field. Berkley, a former Queens County. N.Y. builder and developer, has been active in Florida since 1958. He most recently built the King's Point Imperial Apartments, A Progressive Ba nk INVITES YOU... 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Among his firm's recent projects are the Island House on Key Biscayne and the Terrace Towers on the Venetian Causeway. not %  -.. party to the Eric Johnston water plan, worked out on behalf ot the United States in 1955, Mr. Eshkol was reportedly told by the British Foreign Secretary that Britain would consider the cnter1 ia set up bv the Johnston plan as a sensible yardstick for interpretation of the water rights of any of the parties concerned. The same source declared that the Eshkol visit had resulted in no change in British policy, but provided an opportunity for clarification and reiteration of mutual Anglo Israeli friendship. The source said that both Britain and the United States had agreed in last weeks visit to Washington by Mr. Stewart to coordinate their Middle East policies. Both the U.S.A. and Britain, this source said, have Israel's interests at heart. Minister of Defense Denis Healev was present during the EshkolStewart talks which Mr. Eshkol described later as having left him "very satisfied." There may be differences of views "here or there," he said, but on the whole the talks were "friendly and useful." He said that "there will, no doubt, be more talks on a lower level." He did not find, the Israeli leader declared, any basic differences in the appraisal of the Midle East situation by Britain and Israel, adding that he took good care to explain the Israeli position "very, very clearly." The Brifsh Government, it was asserted here, believes that there is no present reason for Israel to be emphatic about the Arab threat to its Jordan River water supplies. But Mr. Eshkol, speaking in a television interview here today, reiterated a statement he had previously made in Israel, asserting that the Jordan waters were "Israel's lifeline." At one time, he said, experts though! that the Jordan water sources would furnish 2.500.000.000 cubic meters, but it has been estab lished more recently that the amount would be only 1,500.000,000 cubic meters. For that reason, he said, "the water is even more precious." On television and in other news interviews. Mr. Eshkol asserted that the danger oi war] die East is not imminent "th the Arabs threaten us a twice a month. [( ne thought Israel was weak," he' "the dange r would be much i er. But they know Israel v.ouW be an easy nut to track." He re i! ated his attitude toward the an plans for diversion of the I waters of the Jordan Ri ver daring that it th p lan, plemented, Israel mild i "territorial aggression, and' respond according Adath Yeshurui CJA Breakfast Temple \dath Yeshurut NE Miami G ed it 1 memlx Combined Jewish Appeal "SJ fi-st on Sundaj al 30 a.m. Morris Brodi ,| ft | K H are co-chairnv n I the drive and of (hi reakfaD i will be held in the eong Social Hall. Sponsored by the eongreah this will officially launch Tet Adath Yeshurun participati the North Dade i umbined ish Appeal campaign inaugur this year. NATIONAL BANK OT MIAMI BEACH '•#• 3011t STBftT (itiwi Godf/tr t> t Pimtue %  >•(• %  nomu •itl'vi trtttf n'x otfOfr mtumtnci co*ro*



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Page 4-B +Jenlsti Flcridton Friday, April 2. 1965 NCJW Announces Education Program Dewey School, will attempt to crea t e techniques to improve t h e thinking abilities of elementary Will Help Disadvantaged Toward Equality SSSHsS the John Dewey School, will study the teaching procedures used by highly effective teachers of culturally deprived children with a view to imparting them to other teachers and training colleges. By Special Report A new program to expand educate nal opportunities for Israel's culturally disadvantaged children was announced Sunday by the National Council of Jewish Women. advantaged children in the United \ States. It is aimed, said NCJW National President Mrs. Joseph Willen, at MRS. JOSEPH WIUMM h< ping Israel's educators provide %  ers to the country's greatest internal dilemma: how to enable the Middle Eastern Immigrant children who form 60 percent of the school population to absorb what is taught in Israel's Europeani iented schools In announcing the program to 1 000 delegates at the opening session of the Council's biennial convention in Philharmonic Hall. Mrs. Willen stressed that "In Israel, as in tinUnited States, education is th.' main road to equality. If Israel is to survive as a strong, unified Country, it must narrow the gap between the two separated populations of which it is now composed The new program, she pointed cut. is a natural outgrowth of the NCJW's efforts for culturally disToday only a small percentage of; Israel's non-European elementary school graduates go on to postelementary' education, Mrs. Wil-; len explained. Of those who do, she said, most go to vocational high school Very few reach universities. The new NCJW Israeli program I will be composed of three research projects whose essential purpose is to re-gear school curricula, as' well as teacher-training programs, to the special needs of these youngsters. ..Thy; studies w ill be carried on by the lleW^wunfvers'fly' Joltn [ Dewey School of Education, which is supported by NCJW, and the Hebrew University High School, for which the women's organization recently built a half-million dollar campus. The first project will admit to Hebrew University High School two experimental groups of disad vantaged children with Intellectual potential who will be given special programs aimed at qualifying them for university admission. The John Dewey School will cooperate m selecting the students, in-service teacher training and evaluating progress The second project, at the John Hadassah Units Slate Meetings Regular monthly meeting Of the .Morton Towers Group of Hadassah will be held on Tuesday in the Morton Towers Restaurant. Program will be headed by Mrs Leah Udell in a recital of original Passover poetry. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker. Mrs. i Emanuel Mentz is president. • • Stephen S. Wise Group will have ; an installation luncheon on Monday at the Deauville Hotel. Instal-j lation ofFiee r '•'• De Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. Musical medley of! songs will be by Tania and Launa, accompanied at the piano by Aida Yaslo. Mrs. M. Mintus is president. • • • Hanna Senesch Group will meet at the Algiers Hotel on Monday for a noon brunch, which will highlight new life members and fashion | show. Mrs. Henrietta Lorber is ; president. In her keynote address, Mrs. Willen also called on private American citizens to take an active part in local anti-poverty campaigns. Unless they do so, she warned, these programs "could become what has been called a 'city hall operation'— at best, just another source of tax funds, at worst a huge new pork b;.rrel." ;"A-new kind of philanthropy is ferowfng MP eloday," the women's leader asserted. "It attempts to involve all of the people of the community — to close the gap between the doers' and those being •done for." She called on the middle class people to see to it that the 'poverty community' itself is involved in new programs. "No one looking at the increas ing self-awareness ol Negroes — who have more than their share ot poverty — can doubt that they are read) for an increased role in decision making," she declared. The question is: what kind of cooperation will be offered them''" The Jewish tradition. Mrs. Willen asserted, gives particular strength to those who serve the general community today. "Judaism has survived because of Its strong, traditional belief in the individual's responsibility for the group and tor the generations that come after," she declared. 'This same sense of moral responsibility to the group which has sustained us over the generations must be used in the service of the larger society and its future generations." Mrs. Heiken To be Speaker A regular meeting of North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will be held Monday. 8 p.m.. in the Washington Federal Auditorium. 113 3 Normandy Dr. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Barbara Heiken, past president, B'nai B'rith Women of Miami, presently a member of the Florida Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League. Her topic will be "Rev. Billy James Hargis and His Christian Anti-Communist Crusade." Saporitissimi!... Geshiiiakste! ...The tastiest! Whether you describe it itt Italian, Jewish or English — this delicious spaghetti dinner from Chef Boy-Ar-Dee isj -t ar-out the tastiest this side of Milano! CHEF BOY-AR-DEE' Spaghetti Dinner WrWEE S^ghetti Dinner TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sread made from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. PUMPERNICKEL • BOHEMIAN YI • BAGELS • VIENNA • ECC TWIST •FRENCH BREAD EGG ROILS • HARD ROllI Complete in this one package! Cook spaghtttl to taut. Heat and odd authentic Italian Mushroom Sauct. Top with lots of Eippy chtoso. Easy, quick, gosh* enal'ste.. tuttobuono! Costs only about 15 per sorving. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables, vice president ol the National Council of Jewish Women, with Whitney M. Younq Jr., executive director, National Urban League, at a session on civil rights at NCJW's biennial convention at the WaldonAstoria Hotel >n New York City. One-thousand deleqates from all over the country ate attending the five-day convention of the world's oldest major Jewish women's organization. Sas Mitzvah Celebration Set I'.as Mitzvah celebration for Mi ami Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. U ill be observed on Tuesday at the tlglen Hotel. Mrs. Hilda Lazarus is chairing the group's 13th an 12 noon. Afternoon will also include distribution f tund r; u rds and the entertainment ol Guy Ret nie and Vivian Lloyd, well know nual donor luncheon, scheduled for song and comedy duo Don't fiddle around... When it comes to gefilte fish, Mother's knows best. Because we don't fiddle around when we make gefilte fish! We use only the plumpest, juiciest, young fish —fresh from icy Northern lakes. We add just the right pinch of spices. Then—just like the mothers of old— we slow simmer our gefilte fish to bring out all its tender, delicate flavor. Result: Mother's gefilte fish has that traditional taste and texture that's just like homemade. So for a glorious beginning to the Passover Seder—and for every festive occasion—serve Mother's, the fish for compliments. 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Page 16-A *. knitt ttorkMcup Fri day. April X OK First National Study of U.S. Jews Continued from Page 1-A from George Michelson, of Boston, chairman of the Large City Budgeting Conference, on recent discussions between LCBC and the American Jewish Committee and progress towards future participation by the AJC in the LCBC review process. I t v i n g Kane. of. Cleveland, CJFWF past president, reported on recent European diacuaskmj In which he and Louis D. Horwitz. ol the Council staff, represented CJFWF. Louis A. I'incus. treasur' er of the Jewish Agency. Jerusalem, disci Vied recent envelopments in his agency's activities in Israel and in other countries. Mr Bernstein outlined a series Ol area leadership meetings, sponsored jointly by the CJFWF and the United Jewish Appeal. The most promising young people in the country will attend regional conferences, to consider Jewish nods and concerns. The CJFWF recent analysis of fund-raising in women's divisions showed that women's contributions rose 5.4 percent in 1964, and women are now supplying 11.8 percent of the monies received by community Federations. Women are now 42.9 percent of alt contributors. Lows J.F il;al man ol the .1 v\\ y L Endowment Fund c m ; '1 ,hal ,:!0 i" have j2f commitments to the fund mated that the pr^..: pledged at 'more than toward our initial g na | „,"] With its achievement. tjJ will have an additional $40,000 annually f or •eta, research and other i side the regular budget. MORE JACK IN.THE BOX FOR YOU! YOUR SAVINGS NOW EARN PULL INTERES DAILY %  We are paying FULL INTEREST at the rate of 4% daily on savings accounts-from the day of deposit to th day of withdrawal. This means more Jack in the Box for you. Deposits made by the 10th of the month start earning interest from the first! Interest is compounded and credited quarterly on the 1st day of March, June, September and December. The chart at the right shows one example of how this new 4% FULL INTEREST program works. THIS EXCLUSIVE 4% FULL INTEREST PLAN AVAILABLE AT: UNITED NATIONAL BANK IfiztJSfatranalBank The Modern Bank with a Tradition of Service Alton Road at Lincoln Mall Hiat'S TMt IIS OIFFIMNCI WITH •FULL INTIMST" 0U. S6 000 19,000 $4 000 S3 000 $2 000 si ooo DEC 1 DEC. 11 Hara's a saver who has $4,438 in *j* savings account on Dtcemfer Isl e,aa an additional $1,500 on Dc and withdraws $3,100 or Fel With our eiclusivr ,,i i j "Full interest" he earns Using the most prevalent me'.hod he would earn only $28.38 'o' t*i* full qujrte' • he 0ms J %  a Member F.D.I.C. *from December %  1964



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-JewlstnorMtai, more terrible responsibilities — perhaps some speech-making to help out a good cause." No Other Way The cocktail party Sunday will be a prelude to the trip to New York. Any good cause lucky enough to ensnare the devotion and energy of May Hartman will most certainly skyrocket to success. The lady doesn't know any other way. MRS. HARTMAN AND NEW YORK MAYOR ROBERT WAGNER These children are more to be pitied than the orphans." Many New Yorkers remember the Israel Orphan Asylum because of its annual Madison Square Garden fund-raising benefits which fo r thirty-five years featured personalities of the entertainment world from Rudolf Valentino to Jackie Coogan. Initiated by Judge Hartman, this annual benefit provided the Home's major support for years. Leafing through a thick album, sitting in her charming Miami Beach apartment. May Hartman smiled fondly at the pictures of stars of yesteryear. And she remembered Gustave Hartman, an Eastside boy who became first a teacher and then an attorney and then a Judge and. above all, a man ever concerned with the welfare of children. An Autobiography The complete story of May Hartman and a touching portrait of In-, late husband may be read in the autobiography published byMrs. Hartman in 1960. Entitled "I Gave My Heart." it is a warm story of her early days on New York's Eastside, her marriage to the Judge and their work together for orphan children. In it. she describes her friendship with famous figures from public | life, the stage and screen and the world of fashion. Today, May Hartman considers TICKETS • TOURS • CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 7551 Dadeland Mall Ph. 667-2524 is Oppose Hassidic School rREAL i.ITA) Jewish |ts of suburban Cote St. Luc ported this week to have IB a petition opposing re-' |of a section of the area to j the building of a girl's] l>) the Lubavitcher comnuinfor residential buildings. Under the law, the authorities could not approve any rezoning if more than 10 owners of property adjoining a site object. Those opposed to the projected sors of the project have sch< ?J contend that the pupils to Cote St. Lucofficial!Tfor wou,d n0t be fr0m the area f th for the projected school. Pd provide a dormitory for school and that the building would not provide aw benefit or service j and elas.sro,„„s for 300 The to residents ,he area Ivkah school for girls would the new premises. Ite> for the proposed school MUM currently zoned only P AWAY FROM IT ALL '?"•"•" k • % •• deck? I'* 1 •*•— %  ../..,,, %  **• •*• eeieere, BMP—J T > vry b... f CN m '•. ..... '*.. f, 0 m,h. U. S. C M ,t. LT~"* %  ehtaeleea I* 1 "-.'Web, .o.. qw ,. V 0,h,8 c —.ci„ii B [ANCHORS AWEIGH %  "" IN THE BAHAMAS THE r\QQUBBE! TO HAIFA VIA LISBON • NAPLES PALERMO • MESSINA PIRAEUS•CYPRUS ^ m gsili f&* ;


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Friday. April 2. 1965 -MnlstiihridKarf Page SB Mildred G. Brlliii DgmpUngs, knodcls. kneidlach, Indies or bolcbles — no matter „ hl „e call Ihcm. these little rounded masses of cooked dough have a special place in our affections. We may roll them, fill them form them into balls, or use spoonluls oi bitter. We may bake them along "ith a tzimmas, simmer them in water for soups, side Utshes, or desserts: or cook them in the soup or in sauces. In fact, m may enjoy a large variety of these maichulim, from our indispensible matzo meal kneicllach to such less well-known delicacies as ihe Applesauce Kneidla.cn described today Since dumplings are so [varied, wc find that some are light as a.r. others quite firm in texture. But no dumpling worthy of the name should be doughy, heavy, or soggy With a proper blend of fonts and the correct method Iof cooking, all dumplings can be | appetizing and digestible. Potato Olchies were one of the I joys of our childhood. On cold winin days, when the snow piles at the sides ol Ihe streets were higher than our heads, a lunch of hot milk soup with Potato Olchies sent us back to school so fortified that we [felt capable of climbing over all ;he piles as it they were a challenging range of Alps. Potato Olchies have a wonderful flavor which [makes them among the most deI licious of all dumplings, but it I must be admitted that all too often [they are heavy. However, with the I recipe printed below wc can gel | olchies M> light and fluffy they barely hold together. The secret [is the use of breadcrumbs in place of hour These Potato Olchies. hen refrigerated overnight and I reheated, are almost as good as I when freshly made, but they canI not be frozen. The Applesauce Kneidlach arc delicious as a simple dessert or side dish in place of a Kugel. These must be eaten as soon as they are ei :• as Ihey do get heavy on | standing. Potato Olchies l cup finely grated raw potatoes %  cup boiling water I 2 cup fine, dry breadcrumbs large saucepan, 2/3 full of lightly | into the water. Repeat with the move with a slotted spoon, dra'.a salted water, over high heat, and Remaining batter. Do not crowd j thoroughly, and serve immediately bring the water to a rapid boil, ithe kneidlach and if necessary use with additional warm applesauce With a wet teaspoon drop a slight'two pans. Cover the pan, and cook This amount makes 22 to 24 damply rounded spoonful of the batter the dumplings for 15 minutes. Relings, enough for 5 to 6 servings Which matzo for Passover? 3/4 teaspoon double-acting baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 teaspoon grated onion 1 well-bcalen egg Two to 2-1/2 medium-sized potatoes will give the correct amount lecded. Place the grated potatoes for e medium-line w in gfJBJ pun the boiling water through them. Press out any excess liquid. In a mixing bowl combine the bread crumbs, baking powder, salt, and nutmeg. Stir in the potatoes and onion, and blend well. Blend in the egg. Form into 1-inch halls Drop into a large saucepan 2 3 full of rapidly boiling salted water, partly cover the pan, and cook over medium-high heat for 30 minutes. Do not crowd the dumplings, and if necessary use two pans of water. Remove the olchies with a slotted spoon, drain thoroughly in a colander, and serve hot in milk or meat soups, or as dumplings with pot roasts or sauerbraten. This amount makes 15 to 16 olchies. Applesauce Kneidlach 1 2 cup sifted all purpose flour 1 teaspoon double-acting baking powder 1 3 cup quick-cooking farina 1, 2 cup canned applesauce 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 14 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon grated orange peel 1-4 cup parve margarine 2 eggs Additional warm applesauce Sift together the flour and baking powder, stir in the farina, and set aside. In a 1-quart saucepan over medium heat put the half-cup of applesauce, the salt, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, orange peel, and margarine. Stir until the applesauce comes to a boil. Add the flour mixture all at once, and stir hard until the hatter leaves the sides of the pan and forms a ball. Remove from the heat and cool to lukewarm. Add the eggs one at a time, and beat hard after each addition. Place a Oocia/ffe ... bu ^Jsabel C^i Continued from Page 1-B Reld, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Priteher. I Mrs. Max .1. Richter. Mr. Irs. flyman Weinberg, and rom Hollywood, Fla.. Mr. and n William D. Strong. An Intimate dinner party at the Crown Hotel given by'Bess and Lou Glasser for cousins Arne and Louis Wefoer, of New The double header cele sralinn honoring the Werners' -•lb anniversary and Arlene's WUida> railed for champagne • parate cake for each Evening flew by on • as Lou Bernard offered ntertainment ... Mr. Tonj Napoll and Mr. • Sam Siegel were amonu rSOl Ihe party dded audience at the week included Jack 1 %  %  Jackie Gleason show proo-television star Larrj his '• ife; Mr. and Mrs. Iman, he's managing : Sports Magazine; and rd Membei Jack Gor tes here for the "U oration attendant Bas Mitzvah of Sandra I and Bar Mitzvah of %  %  Robert Marshall amdi oi the Norman Cabcls, rove the teen-agers center of attraction for visiting grandmother. Mrs. Sophie Blumenfeld; Mrs Cabel's brother and wife, the Murray Blumenfelds: and her sister and husband. Lillian and Leo Nadel The ceremonies on Friday evening and Saturday morning were held at Temple Zion. A contingent of Pallots turned out for the gala opening night of "The Man With the Perfect Wife" at the Grove Playhouse Al and Honey Pallot joined by Ron and Norton Pallot and "spice" (plural of spoils'' Honeymooning here alter their marriage on Mar 27 in Cleveland. 0., the former Lillian Abrams and bridegroom Wax Krause The bride's sister, Bess, and husband, Howard Miller, will fete il"' newlyweds al an open house on Saturdaj givfog 100 friends and relatives a chance to offer "best wishes and con jratulations" to he couple Foi theii first cruis i Juan, st. Thomas an I Nassau, the .i, i j Pulvcrs and Mr and Mrs. Herman [sis made ever> moment count with sightseeing, shopping, sunning and dining The mid March trip also coincided with the Isis celebration ol their 20tn wedding aimn er-ai.. I I Egg Matzos: with plenty of eggs and a hint of apple cider flavor. flk'3JR Round Tea Matzos: in a brand-new attractive package! Square Matzos: crisp, baked through and through! Look for the 5 Pound Package. Each pound individually wrapped to preserve freshness. Goodman's bakes all 3 IM ni rablel All three kinds ot GOODMAN'S Matzos ate strictly fc Passover, baked under tl>e supervision of Rabbis Mendel Chodrow Altai Silvennan. A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. PASSOVER ,: %  • MATZOS .... DISTRIBUTED BY: F0CD CRAFTERS DIST. CO., 3341 N.W. 65th St., Miami, Fla. 305 OX 1-0232



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LApril 2. 1S65 is Added to Works Due for Exhibit It JFCS Women's 'Holiday in Spain' Party +Je*lst) Meridian Paqe> 11-B omen's Commute of J e w i s h „ily and Children's Service will [.-Holiday in Spain" art show icocktail parly at the Surfside nmonity Center on Apr 10. rs Max Cofien. president of the nen's Committee, said that Mrs. %  aid Le' s recording secretary, [now at work cataloging paintIs to be exhibited. Among pictures to be exhibited I painting donated by Miss Yui Mann, director of the Jerusar Art Center The painting is [Melitta. the only woman artist ihe collection, featuring a porL of a young Iraqi girl, rs. Cogen added that other Isi artists will also be on exhibit. In addition to the gift by Miss Mann, others include works from the Ann Jaffe Galcrie 93 i n Bay Harbor; Mrs. Sascha Robbins. of the Marble Arch Gallery of New York and Bal Harbour; Sascha Tebo. of La Petite Galerie in Coral Gables; as well as works by individual artists. Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky has selected a large group of lithographs, all framed, which she will exhibit. Ticket chairman is Mrs. Eugene Katz. Proceeds are lor the Jewish Family and Children's Service Home for Emotionally-Disturbed Children. A trip to Spain for two will be'the prize of the party. MKS. GFffAlD IfW/S Miner Hebrew U riident Featured the Friday cultural morning Ihe Greater Miami Women's % ision. American Friends Of the fcrcw University, In the home of Maurice Zimmerman, 2525 le Tree Dr.. the program to be Rented by Mrs, Leon Kronish feature Mai Hcc-ht, former denf of the Hebrew University 'Jerusalem, and Mrs. Meira Ror. Israeli student in the United Ites. (n informal discussion will cmsue the importance of encouri. i student exchange between M and the United States. According to Mrs. Samuel Sinhoif, president of the Greater bini Women's Division, there currently four students trom Southeastern Region attendee Hebrew University under [American Student Program, as as students enrolled in the |cral university courses. summer course in English is fig Offered this year on the Jem. ^m campus of the Hebrew Uniity to elicit attendance of young pie who do not know Hebrew or cannot avail themselves of a year program during underduate study lemhers of the American puds of ihe Hebrew University sponsored scholarships to endeserving young people to pue then college work in Jerun. the Apr j meeting, the 1965 of Officers for the Women's Won Will be presented by Mrs. mind Fogler, chairman of the %  Bating Committee, Mai Hecht (left) discusses with Mrs. Carrie Rosen (riqht) his year of study at the Hebrew University oi Jerusalem under the American Student Program. Mrs. Rosen has con'.ributed a revolving student loan fund to the Hebrew University and is chairman of scholarships oi the Greater Miami Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University. Hecht will participate with Mrs. Meira Romer in a program Friday, discussing the importance oi student exchanqe between the universities in the United States and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. rt Show Opens Miami Beach Iter colons) Re^i Klein is beIPresented in a one-man show The main offices of Washington f 11 Savings and Loan Associ". Loi Meridian Ave, Miss I" won the Emily Lowe Compe>" m 1956. N has had several one-man jsin New York and exhibited r ny ai '"P Shows. The exhibits ui continue until May 3 ps Klein studied art at Ren pon Couege, vt.. and the Art Fieofaucago, and has trav1 and studied in Europe and CONSTIPATED? -' PPt IKl C. "•0 o thest d *•"*• *• world'. .. writ %?." n '"al <* %  ww: r.? b r. MEXi Ho,,y FREE SAMPLE *r /'" *L ru '. *> tablet, 79c. COMMERCIAL RINTING and OFFSET BjSSJ" YIDDISH "'BREW SPANISH W( '.n 9 InWfotions Ip (Union Shop) harness Press | 417$ W -17th A.n„,, Miami F R 9-8235 Debbie Reynolds (center) receives the annual "Jennie" artist award from Mrs. Louis Baron (right), president of the Southeast Florida Region of Women's American ORT, las Friday in the Eden Roc Hoiel. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (left) introduced the movie star, who described the experiences of her father-inlaw, Pincus Karl, in an ORT school in Poland. Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president, gave the invocation. Mrs. Harold Schneider, chairman of the day, said that proceeds will help complete the John F. Kennedy Apprenticeship Center in Jerusalem for some 2,000 students. Margaret Newman Stem was awards chairman, and Mrs. William Fishman assisted with arrangements. Emanu-EI Ladies Will Play Host Paintings by Mrs, Mitchell Wolfson On Exhibit in Show at Jordan Marsh A one-man show of pictures by Mrs. Mitchell (Frances) Wolfson is n o w on exhibit at the Jordan Marsh International Galleries. Mrs. Wolfson, who has been painting less than three years, is represented by a variety of works in styles designed to symbolize the artist in search of a technique individually her own. The many pictures are hence reminiscent of several influences, ranging from the abstract to impressionist. In the latter category is an oil entitled "Vase of Flowers" reminiscent of Van Gogh. The abstract influence is best exemplified by "Fireworks," a sunburst of hot colors in polymer. Mrs. Wolfson's media, ranging from tempera, oil and oil wash through charcoal and polymer, also call to mind Gaughin in a horizontal entitled "Aruba Trees." as well as American Jackson Pollack in a vertical called "The Clown" and a horizontal entitled "The Dog." Striking charcoals are represented by "Cactus" and "Woods." To vary her surfaces. Mrs. Wolfson ranges from canvas to fibreglass to Chinese newspaper ("Small Kumquats," "Fruit in Copenhagen Bowl," "Tea Caddy," and "Egg Plant." among others). The artist paints "eight hours a day, and possibly more." Proceeds of the Jordan Marsfe exhibit are for the Frances Wolfson scholarship program, which is currently sponsoring 24 ninth and tenth grade boys and girls in art instruction. The program began in September, 1964. "This kind of sponsorship is need ed on a broader base." said Mrs. Wolfson. Her own program covers seven schools. "So much remains to lie done." she added. Long known for her Garden Club activity, which is amply reflect%  %  ; %  %  MRS. MITCHELL WOlfSON ed in the subject matter of h paintings. Mrs. Wolfson is also vice president of the Intimation Welcoming Committee of the Dpartment of State. Dora Stein Sets Mstzvah Lunch Dora Stein Sisterhood of the %  raelite Center has scheduled i annual Mit/vah Luncheon and entertainment for Sunday. Chairman in charge is Mi Louis Pomerantz. Mrs. Chester Le ter is president. Proceeds will be channeled to tl Religious School. ART SHOW & SALE Saturday, April 10th, 6 to 8:30 P.M. SURFSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER 9301 Collins Avenue WOMEN'S COMMITTEE JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE Donation $10.00 0 Cocktails Foi Tickets Call M0 1-5972 or at the Door BENEFIT 1J.CS. CHILDREN'S HOME #MNMW*l' l WNM>IIWl>W


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19 65 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Morris Skop Of Beth Shirah *•JfM'it/h ihriaRar Page 7-C ki Morris A >k"l> Tc m P' e Lh was born in Cleveland, K7graduate of Ohio State It'aS the Jewish Inrtltute Lop which was then headed L Dr Stephen S. Wise. Rab .has majored in psychology [cation and has been workl,rd hi.Matter', degree in %  ogv at Harvard Unlversit} lUniversitj ol Miami. Lserved puipiU in Orlando, tables and South Miami, fee and Cantor Herman K. ; founded and pioneered a Jxuctionist toiwregation. He Jember ol the Central Conof American Rabbis and tr president of the Florida leal Association and the • Miami Rabbinical Associal been president of the Cenlorida B'nai Brith Lodge, Florida Zionist OrganizaL is no serving on the [. the Dade County Mental ociety For many years, he (n a chaplain at the Coral TvetcrunHospital and is p-vini: .1auxiliary Jewish at the Homestead Air Base Rabbi Skop has published articles with the following titles: "My First Year in the Rabbinate." 'The Human Right to be Different." "Brotherhood and Tolerance," "Footnotes to Florida Jewish History" "The Jewish Soldier" and "Jew and Christian During December." He is married to the former Rachel Rubenstein. of New York, grad. uate of the National Academy of Design and now an art instructor in the Dade County school system. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop are the parents of Shirah Rinnah (Mrs. Louis Ueilber^), Raphael Stephen, now '.caching at Southwest High School in the Science Department and who, in Stptcmber. will enter the University of Miami School of Medicine. Raphael is married to Alva I I'vvy. of Miami. Their other children are Eli Tobin, a junior at the University of Miami; and Adena Joy. graduating from Coral Cables High School, who hopes to enter the University of Miami and become an elementary school teacher. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop live at 3511 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables, and are the grandparents of Meryl Lisa and Neil Franklin, both age 2. Rabbi Baumgard Scheduled Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am, will appear on the Ch. 2 "Man-to-Man" program on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Appearing v ith the Rabbi will be a local minister and priest. Program will be narrated by Luther Pierce, director. Council of Churches in Miami. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Favor of Religious School Aid L The Jewish Floridian: (very much in favor of the rh will jive ome financial the schr* Is, including re-1 lay who no children or grandchilany religious school, but my neighbors do. and iv a high tuition for this and are also paying axes tn maintain the pubCANTORIAL SOLOIST WANTED Synagogue desires highly I musician with quality voice I at religious service*. Baritice preferred but not memGood timing and pilch fry. Ability to train choir but not essential. [rite C.S., Box 2973 niami, Fla. 33101 complete biography, tnusiPning, and synagogue experiF any. State name, address, f> plus other details. Inlolory rongo, and whether laid be available for Friday and Saturday mornings, or lie schools for those who study there, thereby saving many millions of dolars to the general public, who would have to build and maintain many more schools if the religious schools were unavailable or closed. The present system does not maintain freedom of religion; it really forces many children into Dayan Urges Israel Initiative TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Moshe Davan, former Minister of Agriculture and Chief of Staff of the Israeli armed forces during the Sinai campaign, warned here that Israel would have to take the "initiative" to prevent Arab diversion of the headwaters of the Jordan River. Israel, he said, "can not and should not expect foreign powers like the United States. Britain or France to intervene in Israel's favor"' in the Jordan River water dispute, since "their actual influence in the region is negligible." "If diversion is to be prevented." he declared, "it will come about as a result of our force." freedom from religion, because their parents can not afford to pay twice for what they are getting only once — that is, for the education of all the subjects which the children learn in the public schools without extra pay. I believe it would be fair and just if the religious schools received from the government enough money to cover the cost of paying for the teachers and books needed for the same subjects in the public schools, and which have nothing to do with religion. We proudly state on our currency, "In God We Trust." but we mistreat those of our neighbors who really practice the principle behind this aphorism by spending so much more of that same money in order that their children acquire the religious education really to trust in God. EPHRAIM YAFFE Miami Beach jJCiev Jews Can't Bake MatzeJts NEW YORK — (JTA) — Leaders' of the Jewish Community in Kie* j have confirmed reports that the' synagogue in that Soviet city was lefused permission to bake matzoh for Passover, it was reported here according to a cable from Moscow to the New York Times. The confirmation of the reports by the Kiev Jews contradicted a claim made earlier this week by Dimitri Chavakhin. Soviet Ambassador to Israel, who denied that there was any matzoh ban in Kiev. The Soviet envoy made this claim during a conversation with Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda I'nterman. I According to the Times, the Kiev Jewish leaders said that they had requested permission to bake Matzoh in January and that it had been refused. The Times report added, however, that "semi-official" sources said that some matzoh baking was going on under the auspices of the only synagogue in Kiev, which has a Jewish population of 300,000. The Moscow correspondent of the British Broadcasting Corporation reported that while Jews in Moscow and Leningrad apparently would be able to get matzoh this year, other scattered communities were unlikely to get enough matzoh for Passover "if indeed they get them at all." In the communities, where there may be no matzoh at all. Jews there will face the same difficulty as last year when no matzoh was available for Passover. The envoy and the Chief Rabbi met during the ambassador's visit to the Heichal Shlomo, the religious center in Jerusalem. PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monvmeaf %  adders" /.£AD£RS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, APRIl 4, 1965 Mt. Nebo Cemetery DORA KRANZDORF, 11:30 a. Riihb\ frrhifl Lafirnwn Mt. Sinmi Cemetery MICHAEL CCHEN, 1 p.m. Rabbi David LehrfieU HARRY CHAFETZ, 2 p.m. Ciininr Muiiruc Mamchcs SEE WHAT T0U BUYI DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct from f he manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. 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Page 12-B fjewlstincrkttan Frid ay. ApBfl A CH AIM oomi ADIN TALBOT EMU COMN Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball Wi Feature Diplomats, Dancers and Humor One-Day Conference on Latin America At UM Center for Advanced Studies Israeli diplomats, a renowned troupe of Israeli dancers, and a celebrated American-Jewish humorist will headline the program of the Morton Towers Purim-lsrael Ball on Saturday evening at the Fontaineblcau Hotel. A d i n Talbar, emissary of the State of Israel in the United States, will be joined by Col. Chaim Domi, deputy of ordinance of the Israel Army, in the presentation of the American-Israel Service Award to heads of civic, social and philanthropic organizations centering their activities at Morton Towers. Prior to the ball Talbar will host a reception, starting at 6:30 p.m., with recipients of the award as guests of honor. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. Heading the committee for the ball, which is being held in conjunction with the State of Israel Bonds organization, are Meyer L. Cherkas, grand marshal, and Morris I. Minov, chairman of the corps of hosts. The entertainment program will headline Emil Cohen, widelyknown folk humorist and vocalist. The ball will also be the occasion for the American premiere 01 tne Hora Festival Dancers, who will follow their local appearance with a tour of major American cities. Col. Domi, who has been associated with Israel's Defense Forces, since 1946. was one of the founders of t h e Palmach. t h e commando striking force of the Haganah. During the Israel War of Independence in 1948, Col. Domi fought on various fronts in all sectors of the country, including North Galilee, nnd the Negev. After the war, he returned to Haifa, where he tinished his studies at the Israel Institute of Technology. Returning to Israel's Defense Forces, he became a leading expert in ordinance research and development. Entertainer Emil Cohen, top humorist, has appeared in major nightclubs, hotels and theaters throughout the country. He has been seen on numerous television programs. Cohen will present a program of both American and Yiddish material. He brings to his performance a wealth of background in Jewish music, tradition and humor. He has recently returned from a visit to Israel. Music for dancing will be provided by Perry North and his society orchestra. Representatives of the United States. Israel, the Organization ol \inerkan Slates and UNESCO wil ic key speakers Tuesday at a onelay conference on the economic ind social development of Latin Vmerica. Co-sponsored by the University >f Miami Center for Advanced In crnational Studies and the Amcrcan Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute, the conference will be held in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. More than 100 community leaders in the field of law, gov•i i^-yi'Jeducator, formerly attached to Leopoldville School of IJW and Administration and Ethiopian Teachers Training Seminar. At the first session of the conference, opening at 4 p.m., the speakers will discuss viewpoints and experiences of Latin America, the United States and Israel in Latin America's economic development. The second session, starting at 7:30 p.m., will deal with issues in ,4^, clal welfare. *"1 Co-chairmen ol the M are Dr. Most L H, "J of ihe Universitj s eJyJ vanced International $ Dr. Edward j. \„ x ;the UM's Marketing and chairman ol Uaj i— ter, American H :s adn ? ; Exchange Institute. Jack Gordon, local finu' Dade County .School BOM] iber. will be moderator^ ; ternoon session, and Dr | for the evening ><>ji on ;tion of speakciv ,.,]] ^ Dr. Fox. Testimonial Set By Beth Tov Saturday Night Temple Beth Tov testimonial dinner will be held Saturday evening a I the Biscay ne Terrace Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Murray M. Simon will be honored at the dinner, according to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Allain. co chairmen. Also to be honored is Mrs. Sarah Czech, one of the Temple's supporters since it was established as Southwest Jewish Center. Others to be honored are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Rose Coleman) Mitlitsky. of State, will be guest speaker. Tom Adams, Florida Secretary Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood, will represent the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Rabbi Zevi Grcenwald is spiritual leader of Temple Beth Tov. Stars of David, a group of entertainers under the direction of Harold Tokayer. will be featured on the program. B'nai B'rith Social Singles A night club show and dancing to ? live band are features of B'nai B'rith Social Singles affair on Saturday night at the Casablanca Hotel. **ftfc %  > a SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL it fata 'THi* Italian Restaurant 2024 N.W. 95th ST. • SOUP DU JOUR • CHEF SALAD ITALIANO • PRIME BRAZIOLA • ZITIAL OENTE YUVAI tuzw ernment, education, science and j social work have been invited to attend the meeting. Speakers will be: • Dr. Joel Barromi. envo> ex: Iraordinary and minister plcnipoI tentiary of Israel and deputy perm-1 ancnt representative of Israel to j the United Nations; • Asdrubal Salsamendi. deput> chief UNESCO. New York; • Dr. Seymour Halpcrin. director, legislative services branch. U.S. Office of Education; • Marto Ballesteros. chief of the public finance unit. Pan American i Union. Organization of American State*; • Robert Bonham. chief, private sector, Development for Latin America. Agency for International Development. 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Page 12-A rjmisi*JlcridHan Friday, April 2, j Officers and Buildinq CmmiVee review plans of projected Knesefh Israel Congregation. The synagogue has embarked upon a remodeling program to rebuild the Social Hall, Talmud Torah, and the main sanctuary. Left to right are members of tho Building Committee Abe Eisenstein, J. LisVitkinas, Benjamin Weinberg, and Jacob Siegel. Standing (left to right) are David Eisenstein, chairman of the board; Milton Kahn, treasurer of the synaqogue and chairman of the Building Committee; Oscar Schapiro and A. Shaffran. both members of the Building Committe; and Joseph Nadler, vice president of the synagogue. Eshkol Talks With Wilson Scopus Award To Dr. Sabin By Special Report Dr. Albert B. Sabin, world re! nowned scientist who developed the live virus anti-polio vaccine, will j be the recipient of the Scopus Award, the highest distinction of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, it was announced by Samuel Rothberg, chairman of the board. The decision to honor Dr. Sabin was taken unanimously at a national meeting of the board in New York City. A vice president of the American Friends. Dr. Sabin heads the National Physicians Committee, which has undertaken to rlse $3,$fl0.p^for.,ttaflj>e.w, .Hebrew Unj. versity-Hadassah Medical School. Proceeds of the Scopus Award Din ner, which will be held later in the year, will benefit the medical school. Distinguished Service Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr. ; Sabin has traveled throughout the world, advising scientists and government authorities on the use of his anti-polio vaccine. In recognition of his service to humanity, he has received numerous prizes and awards, most recently the Bavarian Order of Merit. Last year, in Rome, he was awarded the International Prize for Applied Medical Sciences. In 1945. he received the Legion of Merit fur his services to the United Slates Government DR. AlBMT MM Harmony Lot Panel Discussii Program vie president, Knobel, announces thai It Lodge of B'nai H'rith uill g a panel discussion on tion in Dado County, Factl tion" at its regular monthlyJ ing at Beth Torah Tenil Monday evening. Moderator will he Immj man, executive director. Anti-Defamation Le a gut] panel will include Howard 1 vice chairman Florida Chi crties Union; T Wilard Fa ecutive director, Greater Urban League; and Donald! er Jones, president, Dadel NAACP. LONDON—(JTAi—Discussion on a wide variety of subjects concerning Israel was started here by Israel's Premier Levi Eshkol in a lalk with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson which lasted more than an hour. The talk continued later when the two Prime Minis! ters were joined by their aides It is understood that the topics Know Your Child Program Slated At the Academy The Parent-Teachers Association >t the Hebrew Academy will spon' or a "'Know Your Child" evening i .it the school on Tuesday. Parents of nursery, kindergarten ind first three grade students are invited to attend the program at p.m. Mrs. Samuel Rosner. president of the Academy's PTA. announced Dr David Rothenberg. school psychologist, will lead a discussion group on tests. Hebrew and English homework and helping the Student with his homework. Teachers of the Hebrew and English Departments will participate in the program, which will include liiestions and answers. covered during the talk, which was described as very frank and cor! dial, included the Israel Arab .Forj dan River water diversion contro] versy. general security, the current j Middle East situation with speci::! [ reference to approaching West | German-Israel diplomatic ties, and Anglo-Israel economic operation. At a luncheon tendered by Prime Minister Wilson to the Isj reel Premier, the British Prime Minister stressed in his speech of welcome the friendship between Britain and Israel. He rej called his visit to Israel and welcomed the opportunity for a "basic exchange of views." In reply. Premier Eshkol said that < Israel had absorbed much of the British legal and political system and had an abiding respect for British culture and thought, which was reflected In: Israel's political institutions. At a dinner given him by Israel Ambassador Arthur Lourie. Eshkol said that the lessons of the Euro; pean tragedy were indelibly engraved on the memory of the Jew| ish people and the citizens of Is1 rael. They were determined that never again would the Jewish people be helpless and homeless, h-? i added. He noted that in less than 17 years, more than 1.200.0110 immigrants had entered Israel, about half of them survivors of the Nazi death camps and the other half refugees from the Arab countries. "Our central problem," he continued, "is the lack of peace with our neighbors. In defiance of the United Nations decision of 1947 and of the United Nations charter, our Arab neighbors continue to threaten our destruction and to reject our outstretched hand of, peace. In these circumstances, we are compelled to divert much of our national resources to the task of defense, though our aim is not to win a war but to prevent it." Prior to the meetings with Mr. Wilson, the visiting Israeli Premier met with George Brown, Deputy British Premier and Secretary of State for Economic Afj fairs. Mr. Eshkol reportedly told Mr. Brown that, while Israel continues \ to be Britain's biggest customer in the Middle East trade, the trade | balance between the two countries wa> adverse against Israel. He %  called this an unsatisfactory situation even among friends. The British leader said he understood the problem and promised to seek ways to improve the situation.


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rage 2-A Dr. Milton Saslcrw. director of research in epidemiology for he Dade County Department of Public Health, presents nwards of bocks to winners of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami Science Fair. Left to right are Jane Post and Shari Pollack, first prize winners in the eighth grade competition, *rho had a project on genetics, and Robert Reinhard. seventh grade first prize winner for his project on chemistry. Camera shy was ninth grade winner Sheldon Weiss, who had a proeel on blood pressure. Mixed Reaction is Noted To Extension of Statute Continued from Pigc 1-A he told a meeting of the Jew-h community of Berlin .Meanwhile. Chancellor Ludwifj Erhard appoint nil Max Weber, a itian Democrat. ic Party, to the post oi Minister Jllsl I by Dr. Ewal : cher. The latter, who had in-i-' i-I that no extension whatever be resigned immediately afte. -.ne Bundestag vote He led his • Democrats, in rating against nn the mild move •. tpproved bj I'arliament Dr. John Slawson, executive /ice president of the American Jewish Committee, welcomed on aehalf of the AJCommittee, the exteniion of the deadline from May 8, 1965 to December 31, 1969, jut added the organization's "regret and disappointment" that a -ninimum 10-year extension had not been approved. The decision taken by the Bun 'e*taa. said Dr Slawson. "clearly .-ecoenizes '.Vest Germany's contin: tag responsibilities to remove the estiget 'it the Hitler period A' the :me time we note with regret and isappointment that a minimum 10;• ear exten.-ion vu not approved. As recently stated by our board of governors, the America Jewish Committee hopes that West Germany will continue to be vigilant against all intimations of Nazi. anti-Semitic and authoritarian ideWe repeat that hope today." The Jew ish Labor Committee, in '•mer.t by its executivi •• %  < retary, Benjamin Tabachnik. also expressed its "great disappointment" ove r the short, new cut-off date voted by the Bundestag "As long as the generation of the murMeiers of the 6.000.000 victims of Nazism is (till alive." the statement adopted by the JLC's presidium pledged. "Jewish workers and the Jewish people as a whole will not give up the search for the murdertrs and the effort to'bring to justice the Nazis guilty of the mass murders. Dr. Max N'tissbaum. chairman ot the American Zionist Council, said in a statement that the Bundestag decision is a "great disappoint n ent It is enough of a gesture SO a> not to condemn it. but not enough of statesmanship to rejoice over It." he said. "What the world expected from Bonn was not a move of expedience but an act of atonement. It is in the area of morality that Bonn has failed us again." TOfficial'sPaper Is Lead Article In Service Journal A professional paper by Emanuel Tropp. associate director ot the YM YWHA of Greater Miami, is featured as the lead article in the spring issue of the Journal of Jewish Communal Service, which appeared last week. The article, entitled "Groat Intent and Group Structure: Essential Criteria for Group Work Practice. is an attempt to formulate a new approach toward analyzing the contribution of the social group v ork method to modern society In his paper, Tropp develops a new system for classifying all group types, which he follows with a comparative study of the ways in which the group woric profession differs from others that deal with groups. He utilizes concepts from political science and organization theory to cast new light on the varieties of "group structure." Based upon the knowledge now available in the social sciences. Tropp states, the group work field is on the threshhold of tapping largely-untouched human potential. He proposes that the established group service agencies, such as the Jewish Community Centers, aim for an "optimum" in meeting the needs of the forgotten "normal person" so that the relations between human beings within organized society can be raised to a much higher level of meaning and purpose than presently exists The Journal is published quarterly by the National Conference of ill Communal Service and is circulated amon; professional and lay leaders in all of th" 1 cial services throughout the try Tropp • %  h i has been with the local "Y" for almost 13 years, haatena! previousfj published in EsqaiK The Group. The Family. Camping Masazine. Recreation Magazine, and in the group work textbook entitled "Foundations and Frontiers of Group Work Fnday. April 1 Beth David Yoga Classes Mr-. 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%  fl 2. 1965 Apr Robins Certified Administrator f Certification for Temple ,.. ., joint agency ot n '" : f American Hebrew Son" U NtttoMl As [ %  Tempi* Administrators t' „ i r a I Conference of Rabbis, has announced ri". Robins, administrative feef Temple lieth Am to \ te title of Fellow in TemI rtratio" has successfully com. I requirements f<>r certi"wbicb include the passing L. of examinations and the ,,, oi a graduate level +JeistnrricJ,tr Page 13-C U. S. Gives Up on Deportation Try NEW YORK — (JTA| The United States Immigration and Naturalization Service has dropped its deportation proceedings against Halm Menachem Krenkel. the 25year-old Israeli who was arrested last November on charges of working in violation of his student visa. The arrest followed an anonymous telephone tip to the Service that he had dropped out of school and was working, after it became known that he was planning to marry a non-Jewish girl. His mother had come here from Israel in a vain effort to dissuade him from i lie marriage. Frenkel and the girl, Dianne Brandon, from England, wr married after the Israeli was released from jail four days following his arrest when a New Jersey manufacturer posted a $1,000 bond. They were married by a rabbi and Miss Brandon pledged that she would embrace Judaism and raise any children in the Jewish faith. The Naturalization Service announced that it was adjusting Frenkels status to the British quota as the husband of a British subject and opening the way for him to become an American citizen. :d b) the jjrogrtm f,i j. Shestack and Robert %  .-.. eo-eha men ol the chapCommunit\ Relations Com. v ... |ss. the report, said j examination ol the 16 largpu-irial cot p irations in the |i an showed that less [percent ui the 353 officers Pi,n level executives were while less than 4 percent %  embers ol the board of mi of the t:r!ii> were Jewish. Ili'pHrcer.: ot the area's popJew Office designs %  nd furnishings •tlrect from manufacturer fc *~Ti Miami Beach businessman and civic leader, lack Stein, receives the Jewish Convalescent Home's "Man of the Year" Award at the institution's "New Horizons" Dinner last week. Presenting the award on behalf of the Home is Mrs. Joseph Keiser, president, as Sidney Siegel, executive director, looks on. More than 500 guests attended the affair at the Deauville Hotel, which was MC'd by Georgie Jessel. Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything for the Office of Distinction Interior design and %  pace planning. Open Saturday Morning PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. ?80I Southwest 31st Avenue Miami. Florida Telephone Highland 4-8221 TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE id. J. Vischi l t stale in Us Hi am lus 186 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 I0F LEAK? CALL M'TOIl COMN I us repair it or apply new one. For free [Mate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. 685-1952 Arthur Desser Gets Top Award Casanova Room of the Deauville • Hotel was filled to capacity recent-! ly to pay tribute to Arthur Desser %  at the Torch of Hope Award banquet sponsored by Miami Beach 1 Chapter of the City of Hope. Proceeds will be used to estabi lish an Arthur Desser Research Fellowship at the City of Hope in Duarte, Calif. Desser. born and raised in Los Angeles, was nurtured in the City ot Hope tradition. His mother and family organized "The Pioneers.'' one of the founding chapters ol Ihe Medical Center The Torch ot Hope Award was presented by Larry J. Paskow. City ui Hope chairman for the State ui Florid.. Entertainment was by Danny Thomas, star of stage, screen and television. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men' WEDR-FM, BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 10 A.M.-11 A.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY, SUNDAY 12:30 P.M. JACOB SCHACHTER 11 A.M.-12 Noon, MONDAY-FRIDAY, SUNDAY, 3.15 P.M. T0RAH HOUR RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY, 12 Noon ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 Y OU GET MORE CALIS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON Talmudic Seminar of the Air RABBI PINCHAS TIETZ, SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION WEDR-FM, • it y .1



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Page 12-C Southern View By MAX LERNER I have been spending a few days in Louisiana and Texas, most!) in university circles. Louisiana, it will be recalled, went heavily lor Goldwatcr, Texas comfortably for Johnson, in the late electoral battle between the Union and the remnants of the Confederacy. The difference in atmosphere between the two states reveals itself in the reaction to Johnson on Nej,ro voting rights. In Louisiana the parish-voting registrars are declaiming against the new voting.bill -as aninvasion .of state and local rights, in a deifpei ate effort to hold the bastions of personal power that will be overthrown by Negro voters some day. Sen. Ellender's threat of a filibuster, which can.not 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. • • • Yef it it hard to discover any roil resistance movement to the bill, even in Louisiana. There is instead the despairing sense that it is bad but inevitable. Gov. Wallace of Alabama has many udherants in the south outside of his state, but they won't martyr themselves for his cause. On the other side, among the Negroes in Louisiana, there is a quiet expectation of victory as a consequence of what has been happening in Selma. Montgomery and Washington. One of the colleges at which I spoke was Southern University in Saton Rouge, with a long tradition as a Negro university. I found the Mudents confident about the future, along with their realism about the struggles that still lie ahead. I found militants and moderates amoii them, in pretty much the proportions one would lind in a northern university. Best of all, 1 found (acuity members who — while deeply committed to the civil rights cause — had managed to preserve an objective attitude in studying the white supremacists as well as their own people. If Houston is an index of Texas attitudes, one can be optimistic shout 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. There is a strong movement here to repeal the tax, or at least to bilt 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 ana come to feel more confident, they will become 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 industrialization. The skyline ol the cities shows it, the industrial complexes on the cities 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 j 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 ot ; these areas the white families, instead of fleeing, have determined to remain. One of the striking recent developments in Texas has been the experience of the Texas liberals in trying to asses 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. Texas liberals are populists, and they decidi d seme time ago that Johnson was an opportunist who played the winning ude Now they are having to revise their assessment of him. and the Ihing has them a little bewildered and punchilrimk. 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 BOW lit surprises them by what seems like a commitment to the goals toward which the tactics are directed. He has even made a pact with his lormer Texas enemy, Senator Varborough, whose Texas Populism has always nlrased the liberals. Now they arc 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 of Texans and minority even of the Texas Democrats. Fo r 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 Demo crats who are conservative Republicans in disguise. But the future does not belong to them, or to the Republican primitives like Sen. Tower. It belongs to a generation coming out of the universities which wants a chance lor good work and the good life, and believes there is enough of both lor whites and Negroes alike to share. Hope Held For Indemnification LONDON — (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann expressed the hope here | last week that West Germany j would approve soon a measure to provide indemnification to an estimated 150.000 Jewish victims of the Nazi holocaust who were unable to file claims before the Oc-' tober 1953 deadline of West German indemnification laws. They, were unable to file because they ere in Iron Curtain countries at i the time. Dr. Goldmann spoke at a dinner honoring Israel Sieff, British Zion.: ist and communal leader on 50 years of public service. He fold the gathering that "normalization of relations" between West Germany %  :nd Israel was "both inevitable and necessary for both sides Touching on Soviet discrimination against Russian Jewry, Dr. GolCmann said this was "not a matter of simple anti-Semitism or of particular attitudes such as keeping Jews out of the Soviet diplomatic service." The point, he said, was that Jews had no facilities for cultural development, such as other ethnic groups in the Soviet Union had. It this continued, he asserted, Soviet Jews 'would disappear in due time.'" Jews and non-Jews, he declared, were trying to persuade Soviet authorities that it was to their interest, as well as a matter of justice and fairness, that they aesist from this policy. Fridc. Rabbi Sfard Due At Belvedere Rabbi Nathan Sfard will officiate at the traditional Seders of the Belvedere Hotel during the Passover holidays. Rabbi Sfard is a direct descendant of the Rcbeynu Yovah of OstrogVolyn and the Chernobiler rabbinical dynasty. He is also a descendant of the Baal -Ashcm. The Seders will be held in the air-1 conditioned dining room of the Bel vedcre. REMEMBER The memories of Passovers gone by-the search and salsijMfclMM-Mi Mking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and the Choraches—putBig I|| new suit ot dothes and shoes-pockets lull ot £nl*tt-d W* waiting lor the Seder to start-uncle Joe and Aunt Sad,, wer !.ay! latt-fci family togethar-Cfindpi looking like a king proppingit rttPftwonl**M him-Srandma tired after baking and cooking gjj jj gfjijt "aft Malka m>wal called her-the KKMwa and then my turn tor "Ma Nishtanah lad M MM een the bitter herbs tasted so gcod-PMsewr It was always strong jML celled to eat it otherwise we could not get mMJM mS*£t Sm the meaJ-flobody, but nobody could %  **£ %  MS'SKI ate and then the "lutri" i the rest of the Magatah-a'd seme roaoj" 1 ne^ndTn. opening ol the doer-and the stonesof how in the MM frightened the whole lamily by appearing at that door-but best ot all \Hm*j which the second hall of the Hagadah sbound-and the feeling of drowsm-sawit-*nd tat thought that tomwriw same Bung once moia MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMWrT, u Producers ol TraoVroiai Paso* I j Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy i HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING S 168 S.E. IRST STREET Phone FR 4-7691 \ MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 W. E. FOSSETT, Founder ) One of the Largest and Most Complete Prescription < Pharmacies in the World 1 24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE • FREE DELIVERY Are you spending an extra dollar on these three words ? Not if you're buying Canadian I <>rd divert. You won't find words "Bottled in Canada" on any of our bottles. We're bringing our great Canadian whisky across the border in barrels and bottling it in the I..S.A. This way, we save enough in taxes and freight to shave about a dollar off the price of every fifth. (Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at least we've found a way to make it reasonable.) Try it. • Just look for the important new Canadian. In the handsome square bottle. Without those extra words. Canadian Lord Calvert CANADIAN WHtatY-A HOP.* MOOf.BwTOaTTO BT C ttV attT BMTttUaS 00, W.Y.C



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rtday. April 2, 1965 •JmlstncrMian Pag* rS-C LEGAL NOTICE r*",A-riPB BY PUBLICATION I N I riHCUIT COURT OF THE K DMflKNi %  .iff. IOREKCE IHLVIBN. "'"suiT FOR DIVORCE I, n/WKXCK l-EAZEN 1 i Beach :.Mh street JUVSTO 92, Queens County, .. s '\).,oi:N''E !>f..\zi:.v are ,,„,! thai a Complaint for 1 „ %  „,,., filed againat >-u. I'I u ire r., %  :N. KS.,.. 2T1 Coral %  .SSI I'I. %  •" !"•" %  • 1,1, llerk "i the Clroull Court on ..„ .,,„ ,i.,v „f April. 19. ., ,(„ ..... judgment by deFa *ll Iw ink'-" against you for k .,.„., ided In the BIN of %  ii i„. published once I; k for l"" r consecutive weeks IT I IK JEWISH H.nRIDIAN. '..AK txn i.RDERED at Miami, rida, tin-'I" 1 oaJ "' March. A.D. P B i.i: \ rii I:I;MAN. clerk, hrcQil fourt, l*ide County. Florida E',7 Bj K M I.V.MAX 11, |,uty Clerk LROU>J COHEN I Coral Waj %  %  mi ff 3'26. 1/2-9-16 ,, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVTNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.OA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3186 ICH.UU) FORBES, llalntlff, pj.ltt FORBES. IVfuldnllt. NOTICE TO DEFEND j). I.II.I.IK FVRBBh ; mi Walk New V.:k. X.Y. il", i.ll.ui: I'' UIIE8, nrc hereby lllled lo llli vur defenalve plead* in thi~-nil fur dlvoree with the k .if this Court, and serve n copy 1'lai t II .Attorney, EUGENE .ll.U'll, '•!! Soybold Bldg., Miami .II HI In fore the 27th da] | April, ii". .i di fault "ill be i .,-..,. -• >••ii. aid; Man Ii 23, 1965. K II. I.KATHERMAN, Clerk, h ... i 'i.unty, Florida Ii) I I' COPELAND i'. i>-11 > CU i k •. 26, I 2-9-16 I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3185 r V Kl.i: Ri IXKMU.ATT, .iff. \s. tn.N" KOSKNIll. \ I T. Ih-f.mlunl NOTICE BY PUBL'CATION } LEON ROSENBLATT %  loi reel llrookh/n, \<.. fork. "i AUK HKIUCUV NOTIFIED that pi dni for Divorce haa been ffcd F'-t loti and you are required to tilu copy of your answer on UntaTt attorney, MORTIMER S. I1IHN. 513 Ainale) KulldlnK. Miami, % ii'lii. and file U riginal thereof pii lie Clerk ,>r the Circuit Court on IDOJt Hi,. .'Til, j a y of April, 196.".. mate ih, i-nniplaint will be taken urtfesscd Ii) you. 't 1 -*'" "' Mi: '""' l "" 1 ll,ll March : B l-KATHERMAN, Clerk, mat Court, Dude County. Florida By: C. P. COPELAND l N p it) Clerk 3/26, 4 2-9-16 I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE „„ No. 6610,-A | IlllO of fill KIM S. KAPLAN. I', ••'. %  .,.,, | NOTICE TO CREDITORS I All i >,.,!.,,., .,,„, A ,| |.,.,.„„^ ,,. |V i^mim.., i„ „,;,,„,. vgalnal s.,i,i %  n • i and reI„ '" an) • l.iiinand del %  %  "" ma) have amilnat •RIKOA s KAPLAN **"'"< "i lad. County, Plornt) JudRea of [>ade lh.. -in,i.. in duplicate in Section 78S.16. in their offlcea in lii,.:'; %  : "de I',-in Irn\T V "' ~ ix falendnr month* „ f ,.'',': 1 "'• %  first i.i.i.H, ..ii,,., [i.'.',i ","; '""" will be barred, S 'A"i, K 9 H "" S Mrd N, '.\l \\ KAPUAN — An Admlnlatrator &?nv>^ h Js'Cy ( ::;' ,M '"' • '•'"•'"' IW&W.2* s ; K '" ,hl bail n l, ld '-' s "'''i P" 1 ". Florida /26. 1/2-9-16 DAyettu LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD 490 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66447 IN RE: Eatate of SAM FRANK I.IKW. I teota med •• NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors ami All Persona Bavins Clalma or Demands Attains! Said Estate: Von are hereby notified and required in present any claims and i\ calendar months f i the time of the first publication hereof, or the sain.will l„ linned. Dated at Miami. Florida, this Mrd day of March, A.D. lm;.", IRVINU t.11-:\v MAlltV B. I.li:\V As i'"Ailminisiralors First publication of this notice on the 26th da) of March, 1965. SMITH ,,MANDLER By: Harry B. smith Anrney for Co-Admlnlstratora l"T l.li In Road ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewist> fknW^r solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate yout patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit :ti<#5 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2419 IX RE: Change of Name of oSi-AR MO.VZON Y FERNANDEZ Minor ChlM of CARMEN FERNANDEZ SCHNEIDER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JDL.IO MH.N'Zi IN Addren Unknown and to others whom it may con, rn Notloe is hereby Riven by the undersigned Petitioner. OSCAR MONZON V FERNANDEZ, minor child of CARMEN FERNANDEZ SCHNEIDER ami .lil.lii MONZON. parents and natural guardians, whos address is MS Mrd Street, In the City of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida. Intends to apply to the Honorable Itav Pearson, Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court, In nn,l for Dade County, al his office In the County Court House at ll:im o'clock A.M., on the l-tli day of May, IMS, or as soon thereaftei as he may In heard, for an order changing lii* num. io OSCAR SCHNEIDER, by which be shall thereafter be known. Von anhereby required to file your objections, if any. on or before tli IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144-A IN RE: Estate of PRAXi KS I! I.X.I AMIX Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To .Ml Creditors and All Persons Having claims rn* Demands Againat Said Kstate: Von are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of FRANCES BENJAMIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Pad. County, ami file 'h, same In dupHcati residential and as provided In Rectum 183.16. Florida Statutes, In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from ih. time ,,f the first publication hereof, ,,i the same will !• Iiarred, Dated al Miami. Florida, 'Ins 12th day of March, \.l' 1865. riiii.ir i Mii.i.r.i: ZI'.XA MARTIN As Bxecutora First publication of this notice the 26th da) of March, 1965, CHIMP .1. Mil. I. Kit Attorney for KN. .ulors above date, with CARL EDWIN l.ll'I 407 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla. TON. Attorney for Petitioner, l I 3 :'•',. 4 2-9-n; N.F.. 19th Avenue, North Miami I lleuch. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of March A.D. 1?">. CARL EDWIN UPTON Attorney for Petition.* 16499 N.K. 19th Avenue North Miami Beach. norUta^^ #/| HroR rS TION TO APPl Y Ch 3 CHANGE OF NAME L^Tani. I,"',. No C 3043 t,„i".'' Sy Concern: Mttafl ,"' l ,,y lv 'n that the unI'AK ,, I ," V."" IU %  '"• VICTOR l^At"Cb Z \ .'f, f Miami Iteach. 10 %  '"'Ida. Intends to ai>fc"-l>ri i >,!:'"""']'"' %  Marshall C. P"l Cir'uS, K r th EleventhJuh' hi, fi'" ;""' "" : 1 CowiK''. ai i %  ',,'.' !?, tn ? County Court day ,, V h k *•**•• %  he reajter a u 1 ""' lH *< '"' : >* '"•>"" "r,. r ,,',;,,' ".' %  >' "tay be heard, for |i.„ "''I-,,,,; their names from l. wl "ck n" n ;',' u> '' '"'••"••• l-azlk, Iknown. ""> hall thereaftei of afa t reh" a A 1 li l '' l ,;"l i ,a tnl -1 1 %  -XlCTi n: UAZYr VK M-ltKXi'iM^V^,. .....I • 'iition, ,s bsL"R^ ner l/IS, 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKF.HY QIVKN that the niiderslaned. desiring to engage in bDSiness under the fictitious name of HOLIDAY HOIJT1QCE at MSI Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk "f the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .IAN BREEZE IRVING cvi'F.N LAW OFFICES Attorney for Ian Breese 825 Arthur Codfivy Road Miami I leach, Florida :l U-19-K, 4 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBT U1VEN that the undersigned, desiring lo eagagi bualneaa under the fictitious name nl AMERICAN COLLECTION AOENC1 ai Ti'i" Riscayne Blvd., Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit coun of Dade County. Florida. JACK KiiS.-M \N :: 12-19-26, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY Ul\ EN I the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltlous name_of A-l EMPLOYMENT .. %  11 N.E. ith Street, Miami Intenda to register said name w llh llle Clelk ol the Cii. ill Conn of Dade Counly. Piorida. A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. IN' Seymour (Cy) Bpiegal. I r, ~ ,. „ 3,12-19-211. t I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. eoC 2613 NKLA NASSI. Plaintiff.. %  vs. • RALPH NASSI, Defendant. _._.. NOTICe BY B>ULICATION TO: RALPH NASSI A veni.la r. No. 547 Sur Tijuana B. C Mexico YOU ARE HEREBY notified Complaint for IHvorce has that been IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144-A IN RE: Estate of FRAN. •H8 BENJAMIN 1 iccoaspd. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN TDK ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT. Yon arc hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the lasl Will and testament Of said decedent has been admitted to probate In said Court. Von are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the dale of the flrsi publication of this notice to appear in said Court and show cans.-. If any \,,ii can. why the action of said Court In admitting sai.i will to probate should not stand unrevoked \V, IV BLANTON Count) Judge i.i.'ill Us : MELBA C. DICK Clerk PHILIP .1. MILLER Attorney 407 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, lln. First publication of iids notice o i the -'illli das of March. 196"., :: •.'•'.. 4 j-'i-ui NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i.ii.in. ~nn i. i i • fictitious nam IHSCOTEEN .,i 1100 N'.W 163rd | i,, ,. in HI, c iv of Miami Florida, intends i" n li said name Ith the ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida I., IN1X >N DISTRIBl'TINO COMPANY, a Fla. Corporation ii\" Perrs London. President Caddln, Rothenbera A l.elcluik Attorni > a for Applicant ::".", Blsca) ne Building Miami, Florida 13130 a/M, I/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS MKRF.HY fHVEN that the nndersicneii. desiring to engage In BUSineSI under the fictitious name of SOI.'TH DALE I.BAHINt! at 1293.', S.W. H7h Ave., .Miami. FkL (Ma .'2) in,.mis to r.-gii'ter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dud.Counly. Florida. HARRY*. FBLDMAN Ki:SSLi:H iMASSKY Attorneya for Aoidlcant 231B LeJeunc Road 3/12-19-26. 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ih. undersigned, desiring t., engage In business under Hi,, fictitious name of Bid DEE SUPERMARKET at 29319 Kinsman Road. Uesure city, Fla., Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count., Florida. MARGUERITE A. HALI.AXll.Vi-; Sole Owner .1. DAVID LIKI1MAN Attorni y for Applicant 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida J/26, I 2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57869-C IN RE: Batata of .HUM. ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS I I '.ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Againat Said Estate; You are hereby notified and required to present an. claims and de; aiaii'lwhich you may have BKUinsI the estate of JOEL ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS deceased hue of I kadi County, Florida, i" the Counts Judges of I lade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in iii. Count) Courthouse in i.ad.. County, Florida, within six calendar nths from the time <,i the flrat publication hi i • of, ur the si will be barn d Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb da. of March. A.D. 1963, MARK >N ABRAHAMS As Administratrix i \T.A. First publlcatl i ibis notice on the 26th day of March, 1965. Tallanoff, Waller Ai Lltman Attorneys for Administratrix C.T.A. :: M, 4 2-916 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2979 ONETHA ALFORJJ, Plaintiff, Vs. ARCHIE ALFORD, I icfcn.laiil. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, ARCHIE ALFORD, 120 Canal Street, New Haven, Connecticut, arc hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed againat yuu. and you are required to serve a copy of .our Answer to the lull ot complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorn,.. Oaklej o. Smith, i i"i N.w. I North River Drive. .Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer in llle office of the Clerk of the Circuit COUI'I oil or before ibe 28th da. of 'April. 1965. If you fail lo do so. Judgment by default will be taken against yOU for Hie lelief ll • 11 111 11 >1 • 11 ill llle Bill of Complaint, DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 19th day of March, 1965, i: B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, Trcult *oiirt l lade County, Florida (seal) Bj C P COPELAND I,. putj clerk i IAKI.EY i: SMITH I mi N.W Noi ill River I Hive Miami. Florida Allol'lle. for I 'iaillliff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTMS) is UliiiKllY GIVRN il, the undersigned, desiring to engage bualneaa undei the fictitious name KEYHOLE It E S T A 1' R A X T LOUNGE ai 1825 W. lib Avenue, Hli lean, Dade County. Florida, int. a %  >/6. 4 .-.t-ib to ,.,.,.1,,,, ,. ..,j,| ,n,nie will, the <|. ,.r ih. Circuit Conn of Lade Count Florida. ALLEN I. DRANETZ, President ,.f DRAN ci i IXC. KIR T YVEI.LISCU All,,rney for 1 'ran Co., Inc. 167 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables J/19-26, */'%  a Complaint tor iivt.i.e ,,..^ „.... filed against you. and you are herch. required to serve a coy ol fonr anewer to the Complaint on the '""; Iffa attorney. LESTER it' >' -E'-y whose uddreas is 999 N.W. 14th sir, I. Miami. Florida, and file the original of the Answer in the Offlp e oftlM Clerk of the Elcvenih Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County. Honda. !" or before the 18th day of April. 1965. In default Of which the complaint will be taken as confeased b> you, DATED this 10th da. of M.il'H. E. B. LBATHBRMAN (seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court By; c. P. c.H'i-.LAND S/18-18-26, 4.2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN th v. the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fieiltious name '' THE POWDER ROOM at 1 101 Li • coin Road BuUdlng, Miami Beat Florida intends to register .-aid nai %  with the clerk of the Circuit Coi of Dade County, Florida. JACK ZUCKER. Owner A Sole Proprietor PAUL WARREN Attorni y for Jack Zucker ;t 1219-26. 4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66282A IN RE: Estate of R.ISK SCHWARTZ, a k/a ROS 1 KLEIN SCHWARTZ, a li a IW.J KLEIN, Dot-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Hs iuu claims oi I,.man,Is Against Si Estate. v,,a ai •• ii. r. by notified and i %  quired to present anj claims and d • Mi.iiHis which you muy have again the estate of HOSE SCHWA RT h u BOSK Kl.l'.lN 8CHWAR1 k i Ri ISF: K LE1N deceased late Hade County, Florida, lo the Coun Judges oi Dade County, and file t l same n duplicate and as provided Section 7*3.16, Florida Statutes, Iheil offices ill llle County Colll'l llOII In Made County, Florida, within • calendar i iths from the time Of t! lii-t publication In i • of, or the .-ai Will be balled. Dated at Miami. Florida, this S. '. Jaj of March, A.D. 1965, I Mull HAYXAL Ri ISE BERKl IWITZ As Executors First publication ,,f this notice the 12th day of March. 1966. Sim Hays A.Grundwerg Attorneya for Estate 301 Ainsley Ituilding Miami. Florida 83132 F'R 1-6513 :l '12-19-26. %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66282A ; IN RE: Estate of Itl ISE SCHW \KT/.. a k a ''.' '•KLEIN SCIIWARTZ, a k/a ROSS KLEIN, 1 e, eased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE >n I i %  RIDA: Tii \l,l. PERSONS INTF7RESTED ] THE I:ST \'l'l'". OF SA1B DECBDEN You an In i, I,, notified that a wri ten Instrument purporting to b last will and testament of said dec • dent has i,, n .i Im tted to proba :n -aid Court. You %  C. I' COPELAND I >. put. CI. rk STANLEY E. ';,'. iDMAN 26R8 N W S2nd Sir. t Miami. Fla. OX 1-0880 Alloine. for Plaintiff 3,26, 4,2-9-16 %  %  •%  count} Judg. (gi in Bj. Lois F. Pastoi fii Id Clerk Fii -i publication of this notlei the li'ili da. of Mar, h, 1965. Simon. Ilaya ft Grundwerg Attorn, H ::• >l Ainsley Building Miami. Florida 33131 PR 1-6513 ; 12-19-16, 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wiseheart) EMER1 I A FELIPE, Plaintiff, ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE, 1>. f. II, 1.1nl NOTICE BY PUBSICATION TO: ANTONIO MARIA FELIPE 1318 Lafayette Avenue Apt. N.,. :l Bronx, New York YOU ARE HERERY notified tli. a Complaint for Divorce bus i„ • filed against you, and you are here! required to serve a cosy ol .our ai.suer io iiie Complain! on the Plali tiffs attorney, LESTER ROGERS whos. address Is 999 N.w. litli Stree Miami. Florida, ami file the origin, of ibe Answer in the office of tb cierk oi the Eleventh Judicial Clrcul in and I lade • 'o inty. Floi Ida, o ,.r b.'iYrc the 18th da. of April, 196 in default ot which the Complaint wi' be taken as confessed by you. DATED this 9th day of March. 196". i; ii LEATHERMAN Ck rk ol the On mi Court (aeal) B] : C P COPELAND .1. 11-19-26. 4



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Ly, April 2. 1965 -Jmlsl ncridUnn Page 15-B jfes Held For Irs. Ethel Ween, 9 ted Clubwoman bent Miami Beach club„ Ml s. Ethel P. Wien, of I Alton Bd.. died here Mar. 25. I was 63. L uicii came here from Patl | N I.. 27 >'':"' s a wd was Lnber of Temple Beth Sholom. kh f was a member of the Harzl Up of Kadassah, and chairLi of the Remembrance Fund, Mmo'her ant" life member of Sinai Hospital. In addition, W as a life member of Jew(Honie for the Aged and was I Hie Women's Committee of Lndeis University. he is survived by her husband, (timer E.: a son, Sidney Arnold i of New York: a daughter. Lois w Pollack, of Miami |ch; and five grandchildren, fcrvices were held Mar. 26 at ferside, Alton Rd., with interin tit. Nebo Cemetery. ibbi's Mother isses at Age 65 Bbbi Morris llorovitz, principal i Mcsivta Senior Hich School of | pter Miami, has just returned I Chicago, where he attended ces for his mother, Sarah i pvitz, who died there on Mar. j It the age of 65. |rs. Horovitz is also survived j husband. Rabbi Bernard bvitz, who recently retired 1 serving as spiritual leader of ] nple in Manitowoc, Wis., for ears; another son. three (laughami 14 grandchildren. Some 600 community leaders who attended •.he Million Dollar Breakfast of Combined Jewthe 1965 campaign well over the million mark ish Appeal on Sunday added SI 13.000 to put with $1,077,000. Speaking on their behalf were (left to right) Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, Trades and Professions Co-Chairman George Talianoff, Residents Chairman John N. Serbin, Trades and Professions CoChairman Norton Pallot, Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Inez Krensky, and special guest, former Presidential Press Secretary Pierre Salinger. (See story. Page 5-A.) Cameiot Hall Plans Breakfast One of the newest high-risapartments on Miami Beach. Cameiot Hall, will hold a Resident; Breakfast on behalf of the 196 i Combined .Jewish Appeal, it wa announced by Albert J. Hirsch an. Joseph H. Lang, co-chairmen o. the Residents Committee. Guest speaker at the Carnelc. Hall Breakfast on Sunday, 10 am in the Card Room, will be Dr. Ir\ ing Lehrman, CJA campaign chairman. Members of the Cameiot Ha I Committee include Harry Ben 1 stock, Jack B. Blatt, Benjamin B. Bresler, Dr. Samuel Glassmar. I William Gross. Jacob M. Jacobs. ; Albert Selden. Charles Somme : and Charles A. Steinberg. LEGAL NOTICE t'G. KI i. MI, ..I IT::. BlarIT.. illnl Mai -' %  Rlvi raids. KOND. Mrs, Jennie, TO. of 751 rldlan .\\. dli d Mar, 29. NewBZ. Jnsi |ihl • --'. of 110 Collins i. dleil Mar 39. Gordon, LER. All uham, Brt. i.l 711 Lake IN ilieil Mar, .'7. RiversideRIN. Mr* M ie.v, .".7. of :. : %  :..-. Col: I Mi i n. s. rvlces in %  .-ap. I: \. rsldi BLAW, Alfred Swire, 54, of 9901 [Broadview lr., died Mar. 35, [i rsiii.EOMAN. Ileol'ge, 80, of 7.". S\V Rd., died Mar :'•'.. Gordon. BLER, .r. — -,• >, so, ,.f 1123 Baj i. died MM S3 Riverside. J.ER, I -.i.l. .r. Jack, IS, of 4S0U Bjtoblgaii Avi d ed Mar. 36. IllvB. Pauline, 7:', ..f ir.i XE Mad died Mar. 25. i iordon CSAM, Marvin I., :,:i, of 63.', No. %  re Dr., died Mar. ::i. Riverside. T-MAN. Philip, 77, ,,f ii.iii ,•,,(_ AVe., died Mar, 24. Riverside. HEBREW LESSONS FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN JE 10957 0WNED~CANTOR"AVAiuBl[ iTrl* fly posit.on. will accept $2,000. I (accept N,g h Holidays. Has vetI I" P"scn. Grtat tenor, first I fch.r e,lder Bir MKgVS I flih M,ddle • 1qed Pei-'ectI Vblitfll? l B ; rson l'y. married. I ,enilartn write CM., P O. Box Miami, Fla. 33101. I Sholem Lodge Installs Hahn As President Milton K. Hahn was installed president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at a meeting at the Carillon Hotel on Mar. 21. Other officers installed were vice presidents, Jack Kirschbaum. William G. Thompson and Claude Eichel; treasurer. Benjamin G. Schwartz; financial secretary. Arnold D. Schatzman: recording sec rotary, Saul I. Blake: correspond ing secretary'. Melvin Haber: monitor, Marvin Pearlman; assistant monitor, Dan Weiner: warden. Moe Schatzman: assistant warden. Howard Learner; guardian, Chester Leitcr. Trustees are Leo Axlrod, Israel Belinkoff, Phillip Berkowiti, Herman Binder, Arthur Deutch, Louis Friedman, Sam Friedman, William Friedman, Bernard Liberman, Joseph Lipton, Martin Parries, Louis Rabinowiti, Sam Schindler, Fred K. Shochet, Joseph Weishaus, and Arthur Zweigenthal. Installing officer was Eli Hurwitz, past president, and outgoing president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Sidney H. Palmer, past president, and outgoing president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, was master of ceremonies. Sanford M. Swerdlin. past president, Florida ADL chairman, and permanent chairman of the Outstanding Citizens Award Commit tee, presided in awarding outgoing president. Marvin Pearlman. a plaque from the lodge and certificate from the district "in recognition of his outstanding service. Zionists Plan Spring Cruise April 9 to 12 CANTOR DAVIO GOID 50th Anniversary Concert Sunday The Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue will join in celebrating the Golden Anniversary of Miami Beach on Sunday at 8 p.m. The celebration will be in the -form of a musical concert by the world-famous cantor and record' ing artist, David Gold, of New : York. Members of the Beach City Council will bo present to receive the Charter Day Founder's Award from the president and founder of the synagogue, Jacob C. Cohen. One of the highlights of the evening will take place during the intermission, when the coveted Charter Day prize will be present1 ed. The prize consists of a free vacation tor two for the entire lover holiday at th>> Coronet Hotel Special entertainment has been | planned for the annual spring cruise of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America from Apr. 9 to 12. according to Abraham Grunhut. touiism chairman. The ZOA Districts will sponsor the three-day Nassau and Freeport cruise scheduled to leave on Friday afternoon. Apr. 9. and return on Monday morning, Apr. 12. Included in the activities will be an evening at the world-famous Lucaya Beach Hotel and Casino in Freeport. This will be the fifth annual spring cruise sponsored by the ZOA Districts of Greater Miami, and it is open to the general pub lie. "In the past the cruises have sold out early." Grunhut declared, adding that "those interested are urged to book as soon as possible so as to avoid disappointment." LEGAL NOTICE AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 2261 PATRICIA M. NEWCOMBE SMI Plaintiff, IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 5C 3437 THOMAS OR I'BERG and ROSE OR'TIERO. bla wife, l 'lalntlffs. vs. E. C. 8TEELE and JUNE ANN STKKI.K. his wife, et als. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: H. C. STKKI.E and JIWE AN BTEEI.E, his wife 3920 ,loa*bei i" AM' I:\IM OP Yur are hen by notified linn a C plaint to li. form I >•'• % %  I has I" -n filed by the ajbo\. nam.'il plaintiffs agalnsl you and eac of you on ih.. above described prop ertj in the above styled cauaOi ai you and each of you are hereby n tinlred in file an Answer or nth. pleading responalve thereto with tl i 'i. i „ ol i lie above %  m it I. .1 Clrcu Courl and to serve a copy of such Ai swer oi uther responsive pleading U] on the plaintiff*' attorneys, BERN 8TEIN ft MILLER, IS Weal Html. Street, Miami. Florida, on or aefoi the 3rd day of May, 1943, otherwl* the allegations oi siii.i Complaint wl he taken as uoafueaed bj you. DON'S AND ORDERED at the Dm' %  County Court hoii.se. Miami. I-Ioriil. tin.:;oili day of March, 1965, K B. l.KATHKK.M.W. Clerk, I'irouii COUIt, I'ade I'onnly. l'-|ori.la is. all l:>: K. M. I.VMAN 11. puty I'lerk I 8-t-16-i ITII. \s $ '65 DODGE"" Oth-r Fine Can O 95 %  ^•1 DIU Day plus Wile.-.ye BENS RENTALS 11 *• HAGIER F R 3-0326 J^SAIE HOME %  ro'l ,,olM Attractive 2 I 1 tat ot $.W. 29th Rood and IgMi.*.* Phone 63S-084*. |IMM mm. miS • -•• Htry Schochet Wanted PJW and live j„ GiaevilU, fU T>' ivin 9 ige nd backgroimd. •• X01MAN, G.„. O.liv.ry Miami Beach, rl. VERNON WRIOHT SMITH. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< >: v. rnoii Wright Smith .v.*. 3 A \ .IIII.\". Kensington, Pittsburgh, i Vniisylvanla Vou, V.-1 mm Wright Smith, lire notified that a Rill of I'om,.i ,i,n for n urn hop bei n filed .IL'.I nsl you, and you are required i" s. rve a ropy nf your Answer or I'l-adInn in the Bill of Como laln l • n Ihe l>liiintlff's Attorney, HENRY M WAIT2KIN, I"*" S-.TIS Snttfl Blvd., V..ill Miami. I" %  i I I "'I I I" the orlnlnal Arnnrer f Pleadlna In th n f |he Clerk "f Ih* i i %  %  :•' dav • %  • 'I % %  %  •H;-. it vou fall in do so. judgment '.. ih fn nil will hi for ih.relief demandi .1 In the Rill of I 'o'llll 1 i Thl notice shall be .min-'..-,i ,..>.• %  each week for four consecutive weeks In THIS jp*WI8M '• %  • .i-i • ii \ v DONE VN'I' ORT>ERED Bl Miami. this Slat day of March A.D. i: B USATHERM W. Clerk, Cb-cull Court Had'* Plorlda is,i|) llv: I.. 8NEEDEN henufy Cleric II i\l:V M. WAIT7KIN Wnltakln l.iw lliilldlni! ITT" Sans Bbticl Blvd. North Miami. Florida Attorney for Plnlntiff I S-9-18-21 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 65C 3495 MYRi i\ HKltsil Plaintiff, vs. MAISII.VN 8, 1IERSII, i iefendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl l M AKII.YN S. HliRSH 69 Goodu In Avenue Newark, New Ji rat Yon MARfl.YN S. MKIISIl are hf-i by notified thai a Hill of t'nmplaii for Divorce naa been filed acalnt you, and you are reQuired to ser\. i copy "f your Answer or PleadlOB I the Bill of Complaint on the Plain! iffs Attorney, PAUL KW1TKE1 l-si.i.. ISn Lincoln Road, Miami Beacl .mil i : ih. original Answ. or Pleading In the office of tha Clerl of the I'lrcult Courl i r before ih .Ml. da> of May, 1965. If you fall to d so. Judgment by default will be take against you for tha relief demande Bill of Complaint. This noli.-, shall be published each week for four consecutive w.-.-k in THE .1 I:\YISII Fiji IRI1 HAN. I ii >\i: AND i IR1 >EREI %  .1 Mlam Floi ii.i. this :i>i dav of March, A I 1965 !." \'rin-:i:.\iA\. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is...Ii li : I.. SNEEDEN 11 pul\ l 'lerk I'AII. KWITNEY U'II Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla. JE I-S5S6 Attorney for Plaintiff 4/-. I REN1 -OPTION TO BUY h 00m P in Duplex. Coiy and u '" No down p, yn „nt to right "," J d ""* ,, • n, *>5 Wk. NW MS St. p h 75M950 Staff of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council are busy answering inquiries for the JNF Spring Festival Concert at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Apr. 20. Left to riqht are Mesdames Roslyn Unger. Pauline Scher and Dorothy Kam netzky. Leon J. Ell. president, said that 'he program will feature Eddie Schaffer, Rose Byrum. Harvey Bell. Avrum. and many others. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS AND CLOSING OF REGISTRATION BOOKS The annual meeting of Stockholders of AI.IV OF MIAMI. INf. will be held at the rompany'a showroom at 8700 N.W. 5th Avenue, Miami. Florida, on Friday, May 81, 1665, at 10:00 A.M., for the purpoae of electing dlrectora for the enaulng year and for the transaction of such other busliH-ss as may properly come before the meeting or am idtrnn NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ih.it ih. .lose of bualneaa on April -'. '..<• >. has been fixed b> the Roard of Directors of \l.l.\" OF \IIA\II. INC., as iii. record date for the determination of stockholders entitled to vote al aald annual meeting and any adjournment in* i'. %  ii I:Y Order of the Board of Directors. A1.IX i IF MIAMI. INI' By; Alex Schneldman, President i I I. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66406 A IN I:K. Estate nf I.OIIS NEWMAN I '. as.-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I To All Creditors and All Persona Having CBalma or Demands Against Sal. Estate: You ara hers by notified and re I quired to preaant any claims and de niaiids which vou may have ajaalns the .-.si. f l.oris NEWMAN de eeaaed late "f Dade County, PSM IIIII ... Hi, Connty fudges of Dade fjocn ty, and file the .same in duplicate inn .is provided in Section "3S.16, FteriihStalules. In their Offices in the t'onn ty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the tlm. or the first publication h. i. of, i r he same will be ban ad. I • %  .1 ai Miami. Florida, this 301K %  \;.iv. Ii. A.D. 1965, IBROME RUBIN KB Executor First publication of this notlcd on the -mi %  !..> "i April. I96S, MISS DIANA IIH.II.I'.SMITH for Ehcecutor 135 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla. 1/2-9-10-:'



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day. April 2, 1965 +Jenisi) HcrldHan Page IhC A Leaders Meet With Rusk on Middle East Problems lational B'nai B'rith meeting for State of Israel Bonds held cently in Miami Beach brought toaether (left to right) GerSchwartz, William Brown, Mrs. Max Kern and Lewis Norton. Brown, a winter resident of the Oliver House in Miami ach and B'nai B'rith chairman for Israel Bonds in Westtester County, presented Schwartz, president of the Miami ach Lodge and vice chairman of the District 5 Israel Com|ittee. and Mrs. Kern, president of the Miami Beach Council | B'nai B'rith Chapters, with national certificates of honor for leir leadership in the B'nai B'rith Israel program. Norman |as the principal speaker at the gathering, attended by more (an 350 B'nai B'rith leaders from the United States and anada. ranee Supports Israel on Arabs lARIS iJT.V — Mrs. Golds pr. Israel's Foreign .Minister, last week after three hours lW*t*' H Any way you [figure it... THE FINEST/' [WELCOME -^ TO GREATER MIAMI IS WELCOME WAGON I* tisH <-om our hostess will mil< lyoj feel at home, with her basket lol gilts and answeis to questions libout the City, its services and %  facilities. Just call .. W'lc()nio^Cj\agoii Ig ;. a -JIG HI 8-4994 MICOMt NEWCOMERS! It* llni coupon lo lot HI know you'll I Mil. [ Mmoi I JWfON | leii.IWease have the Welcome Wagon! I Hostess call on me. I would like to subscribe fo "w Jewish Floridian. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dcpt., M'O. Box 2973, Miami, Flo. Dr. Schipper fo Tcffc Guest speaker at the evening meeting of Temple Beth Am Singles on Thursday, Apr. 8. will be Dr. Gerrit Schipper. chairman. Department of Philosophy at the University of Miami. KING I IMMi PLASTER CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Secincluding boycott measures af7^ i9 Ji >W j&L — ^ **i S^* *1 THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 J rwwr €ITY GLASS CO. •UAKMTM MIRRORS -STORE FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS RE-SILVERING L u *1o*n Pivture Framing • Utt Str.,t, MB. of talk with French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville that "France supports Israels stand on the Arab threats to divert the Jordan River waters." However, on the issue of Israel's urgent concern for changes in its pact with the European Common Market, she reported only that the French diplomat "showed understanding for Israel's problems." Mrs. Meir called the views of the two countries on the Middle East "very close" and said that France "certainly does not agree with a plan which aims at depriving a country of its natural water s u p p I y." The views of France on the Common Market problem were considered to be more reserved. Since Israel signed its agreement with EEC last June, the Ministers Council of the EEC approved directives to protect the farm products of member states which have virtually canceled the few advantages Israel achieved in its EEC agreement. Israel now reportedly feels that its substantial export trade with the six nation Common Market could be adequately protected only i bv associate membership in the EEC. retary of State Dean Rusk was told last week at an hour-long meeting with American Jewish leaders on lecent Middle Eastern developments that "a firm and clear statement by the United States Government and firm and clear action would be the most effective deterrent to aggression." This was made known after the meeting in which the Jewish delegation voiced concern over events in the Middle East, especially Arab plans to block Israel's water sources and the military imbalance caused by the continued flow of Soviet arms to Egypt. The group was headed by Dr. Joachim Prim, chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Included were Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, chairman of the America Israel Public Affairs Committee; Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel — American Section; George Maislen, president of the United Synagogue of America; Mrs. Joseph Willcn, president of the National Council of Jewish Women; and Yehuda Hellman, executive director of the Conference. Rabbi Prinz said his group was not at liberty to make known Mr. Husk's response but felt the Secretary had given careful attention to the point raised. Among the subjects covered were "problems ; rising from Nasser's blackmail"' fecting American commerce. Rabbi Prinz said it was not enough for the United States merely to condemn the Arab boycott. He thouit. concrete steps against it, such BR the pending Williams-Javits aftboycott bill were needed. One of the many ways to serve Mother's Gefilte Fish. 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Pago 6-B fJmist nark/tar l! ,., • >> • '.ill. I.IIV: :iL.m ... ...^oowf jjcoplc ana f*u |.i:a.:;.l IN l.iiu-l.. fun ... -''•* HAVE YOU HEARD? The many friends of Marcella Hofmayer and Charlie Werblow were delighted to hear that they are now Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow. ON THIS JOYOUS OCCASION Jennie Gordon had Open House at her home Sunday on So. Miami Ave. in honor of her mother. Ida Hartz. It was a beautiful day. quite in keeping with the celebration of such an important 90th birthday. Ida was in a gay silk print with two of the largest white orchids ever seen. Women of the family could easily be spotted by the purple orchids thev were wearing. Mrs. Russel Brant flew in with her grandson. Rusty Browers. Rita Gordon, Sue Margolies and Mrs. Dave Frank were all wearing flowers. Henrietta and James Gordon had their two children: CraTa wore an adorable red velvet suit with a scrap of a red bow tie. Baby Helaine rooed a* she m<-vH back and forth in her own little swing next to the table where Sadye Rose was in charge of the guest book. Rabbi Morris Skop and Rabbi Max Shapiro, in a touching little service, gave the blessing as Ida cut the pink and white rose decorated birthday cake The backyard was abloom with flowers, delicious goodies and people. Included among guests who came in a steady stream to pay homage to the 90-year-old queen were Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Paul Sobel and her mother. Reba Field. Esther and Carl Weinkle, Harry (Pop) Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Sheldon. Sylvia and Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Egert. Mrs. Herbert Scher, and Mr. and Mrs. George Feller. Also Stacy and Shepard Lesser came in from Palm Beach to say goodbye to Stacy's parents who are leaving for Europe and to wish the happiest of birthdays to Ida. ANY WEDNESDAY The play at the Coconut Grove Thealre was "Any Wednesday," but it really was a Saturday nmht when Miami and Miami Beach were both so well represented in the audience. It was a delightful play, and the laughs came one right alter another. Seen in the audience were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Epstein. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Caddcn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zeeman. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Falick. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin. Mr and Mrs. Alvin Cassel. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novak. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kornblum, Mr and Mrs Harry B. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mulson. aces • • • DID YOU KNOW Claire and Arthur Rosirhan %  "'! on *r.enk. ing terms with their dog, Nippy. Their house was robbed Trudy Hamerschlag is leaving for Israel next week. She is a deputy governor for the International Meeting of Governors for Hebrew University in Jerusalem The Jacob Bergs have joined the new grandparent list at the King Cole Apartments. They are announcing the birth of a new grandchild. David Michael, son of Lauretta and Gcrshon Berg, of Chicago Sadie Kling Frenkil writes that the rains in Spain are mostly in Madrid. However it didn't affect the caviar that they served along with a jillow for the feet. In Baltimore they aren't so pillow loi "fancy ~ ancy Diane (Mrs. Daniel Neal) Heller and Lil (Mrs. Henry) Rosenblatt went to New Orleans to open an ORT chapter. No beach days there — it was damp and drizzly HELLO MOLLY, HELLO SOLLY Mrs. Ben Kosloff entertained at luncheon at the Algiers Hotel in honor of Molly and Sol Silverman's 43rd wedding anniversary and to fete the Silvermans' anticipated trip to Israel with the Charles Fruchtmans and Mr. and Mrs. Max Zatz, of Toledo. As the anniversary cake was cut. Molly serenaded her Sol with a touching nostalgic song. Shari (Mrs. Lawrence) Silverman also sang, accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman. Fannie ten dearingly called Faygclle ") Broad. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hammerman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aiduss. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mach. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uakovosky, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Marx Ihe's one 3f the writers of the Jackie Glcason show). Ida AJtschuller and Frances Entine. • GEORGE WASHINGTON NEVER TOLD LIE Neither did Lillian and Max Oris when they celebrated with a red. white and blue party at the King Cole, where they live. Men never mind telling how old they are anyway — it was a 70th birthday for Max. Among guests attending besides their children who flew in for the affair, were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alper. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weinfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pollack, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Waller. IDA HAKTZ Beth David USY Beth David USY will meet on Sunday morning. The teenagers will conduct services at 9:15 a.m., in Beth David Herbert E. Scher Memorial Chapel and then have breakfast in th Social Hall. Men's Club Will Hear Artist Men's Club of Tempi, will feature Nehemia:-'£j" the speaker at the 3 m S' breakfast on Sunday ,.. !" Temple Social Hall v !" k and woodcraftsman 'wmZ "What Does Art Teach TJ^ 1 A display of Mr. Mark','-, creations will be on exhih t th out the day. and the *" available for expianwZ^J work. Rabbi Mayer Abraaowto has known the artist fa i decade, will introduce ,.;m Ben.Krovetz, president of Men s Club, has appoir'*j ,L lowing committee to act as '.for breakfast: Ben Afta. Friedman, Lester GoHtorr a bert Kaplan. Marshall Krtbtri vid Milled. Ted Nelson, Ed U man, Norman Shapiro. Morrbtk ben and Norman Wllllnger, Following the breafist X J will adress the Temple USTB who will have brunch intaelJ I Y o u t h Lounge. 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Taqe 10-C +Jewist>thridian Friday, April -2, igjjj Y' Plans New Programs Here For All Levels A variety of new activities for both children and adults is being offered by the new YMHA at 8500 SW 81 h St.. beginning this week. it was announced by A. Budd Cuter, program committee chairman. The following schedule has been set up for the children's programs: Art Class, Mondays. 3:30 to 5 p.m.. boys and girls. 3rd to 6th grades: instruction by Ruth Sheradsky in sketching, pastels and watercolort. Girls Tennis instruction. Tuesdays, 3:30 to 5 p.m., 3rd to 6th grades, instructor. Elsa Shenkman. Handicrafts, Fridays. 2:30 to 4 p.m., boys and girls. 1st to 2nd grades, instructor. Mrs. Sheradsky Modern Ballet, Thursdays. 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.. for 1st and 2nd grades. 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., for 3rd to 6th grades, instructor. Judith Youngerman Gindy. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. and Miss Nettie Goldstein, head of the Temple's Educational j( a y fahringer Appointed Department, display the Degel Yerushalayim awarded to the Religious School of Beth Sholom for its outstandinq achievement during the INF Tu B'Shevat drive of 1964. Jerusalem Flag To Beth Sholem The Jewish National Fund Degel ^ rushalayim (Flag of Jerusalem > vis presented to Temple Beth Sho. n for "the outstanding effort of its Religious School children on ber.ilf of Jewish National Fund durg the annual Tu B'Shevat cam; ign for the Hebrew Year 5724." Itabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, has ]• lg been identified with a variety i, causes in behalf of the State of I ael. by Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, of which Joseph Cohen is president, six other religious schools also received JNF citations. These were presented by Al Sherman, a member of the JNF Executive Board here. Receiving the citations were Beth Torah. Beth David. Temple Emanu-EI. Temple Me no rah. Adath Yeshurun. and B'nai Raphael Kay Fahringer. assistant vice president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, has been appointed national chairman of the Chapter Administration Committee of the American Savings and Loan League, the Educational Division of the United States Savings and Loan League, in an announcement made by Robert E. Day, Institute president. Mrs. Fahringer was scheduled to preside at this special committee meeting at the 40th annual conference of the United States Savings and Loan League in New Orleans this week. Boys Tennis instruction, Fridays, 3:30 to 5 p.m., 3rd to 6th grades, instructor. Mrs. Shenkman. For adults, t h e activities have been arranged as follows: Tennis Class for beginners. Sundays. 10 a.m. to 12 noon, instructor. Bailey Stewart. Basic Bridge Class, Mondays, 8 to 10 p.m., instructor. Irwin Blocker. Women's Slimnastics, Tuesdays, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., and 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.. instructor. Jan Cameron. Latin American Dance Class,' Tuesdays. 8 to 9 p.m.. instructor. Bob Mandel. Art Class for beginners. Wednesday. 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.. instructor, Mrs. Sheradsky. Gojf Class, TliursdajaJU 0 9 p.m., beginners, ancf "9 to 10 p.m.. acT vanced instructor. George Astor. A Women's Auxiliary is also in formation. In adition handball, paddleball and tennis schedules for adults have been set up Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 6 to 10 p.m.. and Sundays. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Miriam Scheinberg is supervisor of adult activities and Sylvia R kin is in charge of chlldrw, J grams. •"* Heading the Education Depart %  nt at B. ih Sholom is Mi-Nettie Canadian GOV't. ( Jdsteia who. together with her iff. furthered the effort of the pupils in winning the Jewish Nau nal Fund Award. 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Fsge 4-C *-k*ist flcridiari Frid y. April 2. leaders of the Miami Beach Zionist -District luncheon Club discuss the Apr. 9 to 12 cruise :f the Grea'er Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America to Nassau and Free:ort, which is open to the public. The Luncheon Club, under the chairmanship of Jacob C. Fishman, meets each Wednesday. 12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Left to right are William Agranove. Herman Weintraub. Fishman. Herman Wilson and Joseph Alter. Brandeis Zionists Name Siegel 'Man of Year' ileycr Siegel wa presented %  i ih< Brandeis Zionist District [an al 'in V< ai Award on Cer e ::i i a j ..~ held in | iction with the district's an al kosher d Sklar A • ium "t Temple Nor Tamid. Invocation was delivered bj !)hi Eugene I abovitz. %  >. rein with thi' Temple's nti iSaul Breeh offering a .-] %  .ii program, evening keynote speaker was ARE YOU SURE OF YOUR YAHRZEIT DATE? I is ft. r i ml KnglNh ... : %  to 1967 VEF In World War 1. Originally from Schenectady. \ v where he was Ihe recipient oi num. rous citations for re to Miami B( ach six year* ago, and imme a role as leader in %  '• Disiiut He now serves the group a^ financial secretar> Siegel and his wife. Kati havi i.i. _. indchildren and one grcat-granddaughl r Members ol the Arran iement Committee tor the Tuesday dinner w en tte$S MfVfR SIEGEl Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. whose topic was "Zionism. Arabs. Israel." Spiritual loader of Temple Adath Yeshurun for the past three years. Rabbi Caplan serves as vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and of the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress. Honoree Siegel has divided his energies between Zionist and veterans affairs since returning from France, where he served in the President Isaac Donen and Mrs Donen. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Siegel, Dr. and Mrs Herman Ausubel Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ZarHsky master of ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin, dinner chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Rlfkin. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Finegold. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergman. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Minnow Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kahn. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Zuckerbrawn. Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frank. t %  • %  koMtft to 1973! This Calendar absolutely free to our readers. Mention name of publication when writing. Send post-card or letter to:H. J. Heinz Co., Dept. JJL Box 57. Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230. America's Light Beer Old Milwaukee Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N W. 58rh Street Miami, Florida ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET VfiSBOHEl INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDIESI GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $C95 Delivered Anywhere MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED fONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED if 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. F* 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE Germans Urged To Advance Aid BONN — (JTA) — The conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany urged the German Government and Parliament to reopen the filing period for registration of indemnification claims by Nazi victims who left Eastern Europe in recent years. The claims conference also called for a satisfactory solution of the major demands advanced on behalf of aged, widowed, ill. and incapacitaled victims of Nazi persecution. A delegation of the claims conference met here with Chancellor Erhard, Vice Chancellor Mende, Foreign Minister Schroeder and Finance Minister Dahlgrun. The delegation also conferred with the chairman of the Bundestag Indemnification Committee. Dr. Hirsch, and vice-chairman. Prof Boehm. The delegation also called on the leaders of the political parties in the Bundestag, Dr. Konrad Adenauer, and leaders of the Christian Democratic and Social Democratic Parties. Delegat on consisted "i Dr Nahum Goldmann, conference presi dent; Jacob Blaustein senior \ ice iident. Moses I eavitt. Ires Di Ernst K I senstein, perma nent representative in Germany: k. kai special consultant ing the ii" etin t*i the German Governmental ;m'l Par• > leaders, t h e Claims mi • -1 : i ss ed the pending indemnifii ition "worth) <>f the -pint Annual Purim Auction B nai B'rith Women ol Miami its annual Purim auction on Sundav. 7:30 p.m., ;tt the Masonic Ha 1 I. in which this historic conceived more than ago." IT WAS A SMASHING SUCCESS! WHAT WAlJ BETTYS AFFAIR AFFAIR? AT THE EVERGLADES ROOF NATURALIY.I DARLIHSl' %  i Social aff., f.,-e be'tt-it the Evergla partiei conl ; gathei i • Cj I AT THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL BISCA %  •. J-d S'PEEll L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS] 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 WK IM&TAIA GLASS i OK I:VI:RV rritrosi! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Taps, leveled Mirrors ani Ktsihtring Our Sptcitlt, Merris Orlin, founder WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 P.M. DAILY DISTRIBUTED BY: VMM IIISI ICIIII TOIIS. IM 373 N.E. 61st ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA Ii.



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*aj 10 B 9>Jmts§ifk0*Kmr Friday. April %M PLAGLBR-Granada Jewish Cen%  tor celebrated its sixteenth %  irthday with a "sweet sixteen" >arty Saturday night. The dance • %  neted with a midnight breakiast. and chairman was Mrs. Syd r.ooth. She greeted guests drcss•d in an emerald green chantilly ace shift over black silk taffeta, •ler dress was high necked with ong sleeves. Mrs. Hyman Coverman chose i royal blue silk chiffon sheath vith a plunging V neckline and oftly draped bodice. Dynasty ilk brocade in a kelly green was vorn by Mrs. Barney Landers. Her sheath was scoop-necked, %  sleeveless, and with a matching •ringed belt. Ice blue and silver lame combined in the blouson •jodice and sheath skirt combinit ion which Mrs. Nat Weiss wore A self-fabric asymetrically draoed bow was at the waist. B LACK chiffon in the bodice and black chantilly lace in be sheath skirt was the choice )f Mrs. Lou Lopatin. Her short brmal featured the Empire valstline and floating panniers in &f he back. Black was also the •olor choice of Mrs. Matthew ,'ohen. Her sheath featured white ilk organza parasol sleeves with imbre charcoal flowers appliued in a circular pattern. Mrs. Charles Adelman's three-piece ocktail ensemble was in silk rocade. Her sheath and modiied chanel-type of waist-length acket were in black, and her hite overblousc had the popular -owled neckline. The Rabbi's wife, Mrs. David tosenfeld. selected a black silk jrepe sheath for the party. Black atin was banded around the waistline, with a satin flower and satin floral appliques on the front of the dress. Mrs. Sadie Waranch. who is visiting from Maryland, was dressed in a silk sheath which combined charcoal and black and white into a geometric print with its own matching jacket. A white moygashel linen sheath with royal blue and mint green silk appliques on the bodice was worn by Mrs. Ida I.evine. IvJRS Arthur Deckelman select" %  ed a raspberry-colored linen sheath with a full ruffled collar in white with raspberry color-'d polka clots. A short-sleeved, maroon-colored sheath was worn by Mrs. Berry Clein Mrs Harold Strumpf's multi-colored silk print featured a modified bateau neckline and flat bows on the shoulders. Black illusion over a black and white silk taffeta print was chosen by Mrs. David Rosenthal. Mrs. Tom Fritsch wore a two piece sheath and overblousc in sky blue and silver lame. Mrs. Alfred Nadler. Sisterhood president, selected a procelain blue peau de soie sheath skirt with an embossed bodice in a deeper blue and silver brocade. Wife of the Center's president. Mrs. Ben Jonas, was in a royal blue sheath with a scooped neckline and shirt sleeves. A royal blue, sheer wool, two-piece ensemble was worn by Mrs. Elmer Rogers. Mrs. Sam Goldstein designed and made the silk coin dot print she wore. A white silk organza ruffled over blouse topped the black and white striped sheath skirt which Mrs. Leo Singer chose for the dance. The Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women at a recent Purim party in the DiLido Hotel. ParticipaMnq were the seven chapters of the Miami Beach Council—Chai. Freedom. Harmony, Hatikvah. Menorah. Miami Beach, and North Shore. Mrs. Max S. Kern, president of the Council, was crowned as Queen Esther by Mrs. Elsie Belsky, founder president of the Council. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. A. William Gerstman, adult Jewish education chairman and chairman of the day, Mrb. Kern; and Mrs. Robert A. Lttt, vice president. Standiv (left to right) are Mrs. Samuel Tannenrxnnn treasurer; Mrs. Solomon Moses, sentinel; Mn Belsky; Mrs. Sidney Teper, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. George Ginsberg, recordinq secretary. National Council of Jewish Women To Conclude Season Next Wednesday inat Kings Bay Yacht and Co*I try Club will include an execuiml Beard presentation of "The Couivl cil Puppeteers" and lunch Florida Derby At Gulf stream A new name has been added to the list of prospects for Saturday's 1 3-th running of the $100,000 Florj Derby at Gulfstream Park. Gummo will be in the lineup in this three year-old classic, and he 11 be carrying the colors of M. V Silver. He's trained by E. A. I eloy. who suffered disappointment last Saturday when Gun Bow i wished third in the Gulfstream • .irk Handicap, and who hopes to even the score in the Florida Derby. Arriving by plane from Laurel, Gummo gained a spot in the Derby field when he won the Senatorial Stakes at the Maryland course Saturday. Five nominees for such races as the Kentucky Derby and Preakness were in the field he defeated. Earlier in the winter, Gummo displayed good form at Santa Anita. c$ou/e/is ^ for Passover and For Easter by I?folte/f§ *$ 3ft Wire Anywhere from tJfoll'e/te *$ $ Exotic Gardens Seiving a distinguished clientele for over 50 years Order Today 1 tMcGnrkis Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women's eight divisions will hold their last general meetings of the season on Ucdnesday. In addition to election of officers for the coming 1 year and reports from returning I delegates to the national conveni tion in New York City, a variety of ; programs have been arranged by division program chairmen, accord, ing to Mrs. William I. Brenner, ; president of section. New ly-eleeted officers will be inI stalled at a Joint ceremony on May | 5 at the Carrillon Hotel. > Biy Division will meet at Washington Federal. Normandy Isle, at! 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Richard Altschu-, ler, associate professor of humanJ ; ities at Miaml-Dade Junior College,! will speak on "Morality in the i Movies." Coral Division will meet at YMHA of Greater Miami, 8500 SW 8th St. "This is the year That Was," i an original musical presentation, will be shown. Dessert and coffee 1 will be served. Evening Division meets at the Skyways Motel, 2373 Le Jeune Rd., at 8 p.m., and will feature presentation of awards to outstanding %  members. • t Indian Croak will meet for noon 1 lunch at the Caribbean Hotel. John Serbin, executive member, board of Federation, and past president of Combined Jewish Appeal, and Arthur Rosichan, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will speak on the United Jewish Appeal. Islands Division i s having a "Bonus" luncheon for paid-up members in the gardens at the home of Mrs. Rose Garth, 215 Coconut Ln., Miami Beach. A discussion group, led by Doris Lee. on "Federal Aid to Education." will precede the meeting. Elections and awards will follow. Lincoln Division meeting will be held at the Sea Gull Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Del Rubin, a Council lead r. will speak on "Community Service.'' Entertainment by Frederika and accompanist Lillian Kirson \ ill follow. Shores Division will be addressed by Rabbi Sanford Seltzer. regional director. Southeast Council, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, whose subject will be "Is Your Decision Valuable?" Luncheon meeting will be held at Westview Country Club at 12 p.m. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RfPAIRINC Serving Dad* Coonty Ovtr 7i Ytm 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 South Dado Division 10 a.m. meet••Where Student* Art Individual!' \IM I Pill TUTORING SCHOOL Please See The "Yellow Pages•' Your Phone Book" or Call PI, 7-762.1 542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (41 it ST.) Tel. $32 743* Open V/od. ami Frl. till p.m. #Open Sundays' JOHNNY MASTERS MIS ACCORD/ON 41 ORCHESTRA Society's Favorite far Successful Social Function. Strolling Accordionist, Trio, oarttto or Fall Orchestra o Experienced Master of Ceremonies lor WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAH PARTIES. Far Bookings p|_ 9-6141 MIAMI 6354514 CORAL GABIES 665-5423 MIAMI BEACH 532-3361 FT. IAUDERDAIE HOLLYWOOD 371-7398 945 7051 GIRL WANTED FOR ORDER DEPARTMENT WHOLESALE WALL COVERING COMPANY 5 1 2 Days — Experienced in Office Procedures WRITE G. W., Box 2973, Miami, Fla., 33101 Ner Tamid Sets Donor Luncheon Ner Tamid Sisterhood will have its annual kosher donor luncheon at the Deauville Hotel on Thurs day noon, Rpr. 8. Trixie Levin will present "Fiddler on the Roof." Chairman is Mrs. Murray A.' Shaw, co-chairmen are Mrs. Louis Cohen and Mrs. Carlton Blake, j President is Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. i Signora YiUartli international known decorator is proud to announce i\\\Vi tn opening of 444 Arthur Godfrey Rood Miami Beach, Floriao INMIOK DECORA-CMS T.reoh.ne S31"'*



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Page 2-B -JenLstifkrtcflan Fr; '~April 2, | North Beach PTA Accent On Youth Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center dinner program included the Danny Thomas show at the Deauville Hotel on Mar. 19. Left to right are Mrs. Ann Klein, co-chairman, dinner program; Mrs. Florence Bennett, vice president. Ways and Means Committee; and Mrs. Gertrude Blacker, chairman, dinner program. Proceeds raised by the organization are donated to the American Medical Center at Denver, Colo. Kinneret Chapter Annual Auction Public is invited to the annual auction sponsored by the Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi Women to be held on Saturday 8:30 p.m., at Congregation Beth El. Event is the main fund-raising activity of the group. Auctioneer for the evening will be Mrs. Roger Grant, professional staff membership secretary of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Arthur Roth is chairman of the auction. Merchandise will include wearing apparel, housewares, dinners at restaurants, weekends at hotels, boat rides, and a car paint job. Pioneers Plan Varied Events Golda Meir Chapter, Pioneer Women, has planned a card party and luncheon to be held on Wednesday noon in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer and Mrs. Jack Colchman are co-chairmen. Proceeds will go to a children's home in Israel. Mrs. Miriam Halperin is president of Golda Melr Club. Kadimah Chapter has a card party scheduled for Sunday, 8 p.m., Apr. 11. at the home of club president. Mrs. Fred Sandier, 2720 SW 2nd Ave. Assisting are Mesdames Elsa Kreutzer, Lilly Cohen, David Meltzer. Fannie Strauss and Moses Meyer. All proceeds are for Child Rescue Fund in Israel. Members of the Auction Committee are Misses Sara Mae Gcltner and Esta Karpell and Mesdames Irwin Block. Samuel Ersoff, Bernard Gelbert, Max Nuhomovic, Leo Oster, Theodore Sakowitz, Donald Schrager. Morris Sokol, Nathan Weissman, and Harold Zelkowitz. All proceeds will be used to support institutions in Israel which provide economic and spiritual security for children there. In conjunction with the City of Miami Beach's 50th anniversary cedebration. North Beach PTA died an extensive program under the heading of "Accent on Youth." On Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m.. at flamingo Memorial Field, pupils, teachers and parents competed in a soflball double-header. There was a chicken box supper; also celebrities and entertainment. Flag-raising ceremonies were conducted by Cub Scout Pack 6. There was a farewell to Joe Mair-io. athletic teacher at North Beach, a Marine Corps officer, who is leaving for Vietnam. Coaches of the teams were Dr. Don Michnoff and Lewis Singer, physical education instructor. Mrs. Joseph Pardo. vice president, ways and means, headed a committee consisting of Mrs. Paul Warren, Mrs. Albert Rosenberg. Mrs. Walter Lebowitz and Mrs. 1 Maurice Kramer. Members of the faculty particij pating were Aldo Simmons, prinI cipal. Robert Wollman, assistant principal, Howard Wrubel, Richard Carroll. Orville Barr, Samuel Greenhut, Harry Jones, Joe Maggio and Donald Biller. Women teachers playing were Mrs. Victor Floming, Mrs. Mildred Hillman, Miss Irma Schwartz and Miss Barbara Nadler. Playing on the mothers' team were Mesdames Paul Warren. Stanley Brodsky. Irving Miller. Phillip Mann. Sidney Bodzin, Herbert Levin, Myron Ivler. M. H. Kanzler. Henry Rivers. Moe Raflowitz. Stanley Clarke. Sam Posnick. Don Michnoff. Marvin Marx. Walter Lebowitz. Joseph Pardo. David Miller, Alvin Malnick. Irwin Rubin. James Furlong. Bernard Fuller. Robert Jaffe, Norman Gili ler, Samuel Berber. Mary Kurp1 nick, Pen Fleischman and Clifford Russell. The fathers' team included Victor Floming. George Simon, Marvin Marx. Stanley Clarke. Sidney ; Bodzin. Don Michnoff. Sam Pos;nick. Henry Rivers. Earl Pertnoy, Will.am Cohen, Ted Dortch. Robert Frank. Adolph Schwartz, Ellis Rubin, Leonard Jacobs, Sid Feuer, Jerome Fleeman. Eugene Wim ; mer, Maxwell Goldpin, Michael Brumer, Arthur Siegel, Robert i Townsend. Harold Moss. Arnold Rubin. Samuel Berger. Martin Kleiman. Stuart Jacobs. Stanley Brodsky. Paul Warren and Judge Jas. HI Bcrkman Deborah Will Install Officers Greater Miami Chapte r of Deborah will hold its installation luncheon on Tuesday noon, in the Barcelona Hotel. Vice Mayor Bernard Frank will install the'following officers: President. Mrs. Mildred Auslander; vice presidents, Mrs. Hanj nah Levous, Mrs. Abe Schwartz, Mrs. George Rapaport and Mrs. Nathaniel Rubel; financial secre-' tary. Mrs. Emanuel Blum; social director. Mrs. Carl Skwer; treasurer, Mrs. Samuel Jacobs. Program will feature a choral group with Mrs. Michael Glazier, Mrs. Nathaniel Rubel. Mrs. Aaron Klein, Mrs. David Michaelson Mrs. Jerry Garmel. and Mrs. Samuel Goldsmith at the piano. Chairman of the day is Mrs. David Michaelbon. President is Mrs. Morris Weinberger. MAZEL TOV! IT'S QUINTS! Five-of-a-kind NEW 5-PACK Passover Meeting Slated Tuesday Mrs Nathan Sommer, acting president of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue Sisterhood, announces a Passover Seminar will be held on Tuesday. 1 p.m.. at the synagogue. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader, will conduct the seminar and answer questions concerning the holiday. HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN PASSOVER MATZOHS 5 ONE-POUND PACKAGES, individually wax-wrapped for super-freshne$s! The finest Passover Matzohs in the world with traditional Kashruth Quality Flavor ..and new improved freshness! AMMUCA'S Orlfkul C.l~ta ha* UajuM SvMtonar DISTKIBUTtD BY: PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC. 373 N.E. 61st ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA MR. KAYZlt Points With Pride to REAL OLD smt CORNED Bllf PASTRAMI TONGUt SALAMI B010GHA n fRANKfUtm KOSHER ZI0l| SAUSAGE CO. OF CHICAGO U.S. Inspecteil Pasted W.Nfl.l Coastline Prow'si* Co., Inc. 855 Biscayne St. Miami Beach, Fit. Ph. 538-62311 Herincr font w



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L4& 1965 +Jmi$ti ik>rMian Page 13-B %  stnbt'9 lori Stein Atore Steinberg Cheryl Torn J3ctr mi Xi Terse) for the | maternal Sophie BlumenCraig Hershoff ,n oi \Ir. and Mrs. liar:i. 50 N'E 180th Dr., will itzval • Ti mple Adath on Saturday, April 3, |i morning service < a seventh grader al Kenned) Junior High favorite subject is math. recent ion will follow Steven Baum .'• %  relay morning, Apr. 3, n of Mr. and Mrs. Sol 859 Crespi Blvd.. will be • uh at Temple Ner Tamid. is a student at Temple vi its SI:IIVI:I DAILY PARKING FACILITIES MIAMI BEACH p Itt DO YOUR PASSOVER COOKING FOR YOU.' "nil course take-out Traditional Seder Dinner Only S3.00 Per Person te C „~FOR F REE MENU AND PRICE L'>T VARIETY OF PASSOVER COOKED FOOD A" Foocis Prepared Strictly Kosher for Passover Nnental -vs Kosher Caterers B 'rd Road, Miami Phs: CA 6-1744, CA 1-9096 mcnt of a Teachers Welfare Fund "to allow teachers of our community to achieve a measure of selfhelp in time of personal and family emergency." The Hebrew Educators Alliance ol Greater Miami Is affiliated with the National Federation of Hebrew Teachers and Principals "and is recognized as the local voice of the majority of professional educators of the area." according to Rabbi Azulay. Guest speaker at the Saturday dinner will be Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. The tribute to Rabbi Azulay is "for his contributions on behalf of Jewish education and educators working in the field." \BMSCAYNB TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department L • STARLIGHT BALLROOM -*WEDDINGS • BAH MITZVAHS • BANQUETS STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN. CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792 r SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS ] ; Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle < % Hors d'Oeuvres Supplied to Hotels 8. Individuals — Wholesale & Retail 4 BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS J ', Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Cohen fAR Dairy, Veg. &~Flsh Reslauranf EST. 1943 — Under Same Management NATiof. SERV,NG LUNCH AND DINNER %  *LLY KNOWN ROUMAN'AN CHEESE BAGELS (I ORDERS TO TAKE OUT I Oil vvn "NI.Y DAIRY RESTAURANT IN DA OF COUNT! }W Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 + HAROLD PONT and IR-VIN CORDON 4-OltliOX and PONT 73 KOSHER CATERERS HM8 "0 N W cl m r d oe uvre to a complete buffet Jf*"* "wtr tZ \. Sth ST MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 04 Jttr ,: 'uperviiion of the United Kashrut Association of OfEfV Mni'i""~ S pe vis n O Rabbi: Rabbi Abrah.in< J. Safra. —"" st ~ WEDDIN6S BAR MVTZVAHS RECEPTIONS Brandeis Univ. Chapter Joining Membership Drive Miami Beach Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Committee has joined forces with chapters in 121 cities In the most ambitious membership campaign in the national organization's 16year history. Announcement was made by Mrs. Sam Goldman, chapter president. Called "Life Line Project."' the membership campaign will seek to increase the national membership from over 73.000 to 90.000 by June 13 the dav on which Brandeis University will hold its 14th annual commencement exercises on its 200 acre campus in Waltham. Mass. Miami Beach Chapter contribution 1 enrollment of 340 new members. Aiding in the effort locally is a j committee comprised ol" Mesdames Samuel s. Goldberg, Irving Frank, Sam Goldman. Sidney M. Schwartz, Samuel C. Brown and Rhea Goldfarb. ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANT OUR DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT The St. Francis Hospital, North Miami General Hospital, Heart Institute, Miami Beach, and Eastern Airlines PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED CANTOR SAMUEL ROSOFSKY, of Jacob C. Cohen Synagogue Will Officiate At The Seder Services 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Elegant Catering lor Bar Mifivahs, Weddings, and all Social Functions and CATERERS 940 -71 st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions -----1 TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER $3.25 ItahVigh Hotel liming Room Under supervision ol Pearl £ tou—Serving the Ultimate in fine food 18th and Collins JE 8-2040



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Page 14-B -Jenist fUridfrr Friday. April ft Great Society Beth Sholom Luncheon Names Mrs. Kaplan for Annual Award Beth Shirah Presentation MlZrachi Women Beth David Yoga Class*, High point of the Temple Beth S totem luncheon Wednesday was :csentation to Mrs. Irving B. ] apian of the groups a n n u a 1 8-vard. Singled out as "the woman who h'.s been of outstanding service to t .e community and the congregation."" Mrs. Kaplan accepted the 1 >nor at the "Great Society" af:. ir held at the Doral Beach Hotel. Mrs. Kaplan was active in religus and community affairs in New York before coming to Miami %  aeh with her family in 1949 and unediately plunged into the same kind of activity here. She has • %  r v e d as president of North Everglades Has Bar Mitzvah, Wedding Facilities Bar Mitzvahs and Jewish wed( ngs now are a specialty of the New Everglades Hotel. ln recognition of various special-d needs of the Miami and Mimi Beach communities, the New Fverglades has launched an ex..nded program to facilitate the i. ;ndling of all size groups for these bi ppy occasions. The hotel has always handled such affairs, but the new program. under supervision of catering r anager. Fred Schlafly. will offer • a complete and interchangeable r enu. which includes various food* 01 ten demanded for these occat'.oni. In addition, the New Everglades v ill make available such needs as r. usical arrangements and supervision of the candle-light ceremony for the Bar Mitzvah. The hotel also \ ill provide the large challah for %  < %  head table and individual chal1. hs for the guest tables. For larger groups of 100 or more, the hotei offers the facilities of the aciflUS l~tli lloor glass-enclosed, l oof-top room. The roof, which v ii handle 250 to 300 guests, has breathtaking panoramic view of Greater Miami. Biscayne Bay and > front Park. Scalafly's long experience includes running his own hotel in Switzerland and serving as eatermanager of the Martinique in Sew York and luxury oceanfront uls in Miami Beach. He has in associated with the St. Mor/. Hotel on Central Park South and itel Plaza in New York. Schlafly is well experienced in e "old world" tradition of tine cooking, having worked in St. Mor. itz, Paris, London and Baden — aden. Beach PTA. president of Temple Beth Sholom PTA and Sisterhood, and president of American Jewish Congress. At present, she serves as chairman of the Board of Education at Beth Sholom. Afternoon also featured Israeli folk singer Abraham Grobard. known as "A v r a m," and "The Sound of Musings," presented y Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor David Conviser and soloist Salwa Merrige. Mrs. Aaron M. Reder and Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein co-chaired the affair planned to help beautify the temple auditorium. Committee members were Mrs. Seymour Silverman. Mrs. Joseph •"Snawmut. MTS. "S9ul Morgan. Mrs. 1 J. B. Spector, Mrs. Samuel Hirsch 1 and Mrs. D. Murray Sonnett. Mrs. Leo Levin is Sisterhood president. •The World of Sholom Aleichem" Wj|| See Movie will he presented on the stage of the Beth Shirah Auditorium on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will be used for the establishment of the library and classroom. April Showers Menorah Theme "April Showers" will be the theme of the Temple Menorah Sisterhood annual donor luncheon to be held Wednesday noon in the Napoleon Room of the Deauville Hotel. Serving on the committee with Mrs. Harold Dorfman and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz. co-chairmen, are Mrs. Margaret Blistein, Mr*. %  3WlT -J to fl spertnl %  lJf. Read 7 NORTH MIAMI 13360 N. W 7th Avinut HOMESTEAD 30100 South F.dtr.l Hwy, SOUTH DADE 9001 South Diaio Hwy. Op.n 'til • P.M. •T. lAUDEROAli 1130 W. %  toward t-lvd. MM W. •toward l. WEST 'AIM %  EACH 67.7 North Old* NOH1H MIAMI %  EACH 1 700 N. I163rd Strool Opan Sunday** Open Et "'^ •*#../•



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oy. Ap^ 2. 1965 IJw t fjl fhtihtr Paqe 11-A 4 RABBI OFFERS HIS OBSERVATIONS Christian Becomes Bar Mitzvah DR. IRVING LEHRMAN I evening I have chosen to Lfv an incident which was Ud in a daily newspaper L several weeks ago — A hstuD Becomes Bar Mitzvah." story ran across an entire e There was a picture of a staring a lallis and a white cap, standing before some„ which resembled the Holy sinee ii bore a Mogen David I Star of David; and a Chrisbov became Bar Mitzvah. kid immediately many queries nased I myself was ques>d by scores of people — i and non-Jews as well. Many jMM were confused. "Rabbi. I possible lor a Christian boy L ome Bar Mitzvah? Is he a Bar Mitzvah? What is iSeshua? It is called a syna (t but it preaches Jesus. Is .vwgoguc? Is it a church? Is combination synagogue/ Cc:" Is it Jewish/Christian'' B?" ..nswer is *'no, it is not a jogue although its n a m e Ids like one: Beth Yeshua." [•'Yeshua" is the Hebrew worl Irws; hence, the words mean pseof Jesus obviously then. a missionary organization fiii.ng Christianity. Good Taste I have no argument with I xistence has nev ken a i hity word in Judaealing* v i'li other faiths. Ii ira have a won( Ml relationship n brethren, bee that we CM. sive mi salvation. cien bis say, '"The nations have a o come." Y thai that, Judaism is f istii nitj because I •': tfee" the idea ot I dark corners of f "i 1 and : Ipejd spread the Christian ethical concept, 'and Justice and rigjtfeaueive no argument I iristianitj We even BC !' %  iristianitj as a missioniz|;e h. and we have no quarfi i thi-. provided it is done laste in the spirit of reps fellow ship and propriety. •neoB i -ii'ionsr CONII c wi GEFTER'S ORAL REEF Ott.nlronl at 3tth Si. MImia M( h,HM. aCan .nil Satort *0Snf '• WUIS wicn IKCUIKO c m m n kM m tM •8 a reflection of general |,u I./I community reaction to this Hotue e) Worship and its purpose What I want to do is to shed some light on something that baa been distorted, that has been a source of coafusion and embarrassment to so man) people. Can a Christian boy become Bar Mitzvah? Can he became Bar Mitzvah in a place which preach is Christianitx'.' An Illustration And the answer is self-evident. It is best illustrated by the story of a Jewish peddler who was traveling from town to town. He arrived at an inn rather late at night and requested lodging but the inkeeper insisted that there was no room He pleaded, "Can't you give me a place to rest, at least for a few hours?" "There is only one empty bed in the entire inn and that is in a room occupied by a general." "Ah," the peddler replied. "That will be perfect. It's late and the general is sleeping. If I go in there now, and you awaken me before daybreak, he will never know I was here." So it was agreed. Very early the next morning, the peddler was awakened. But in the dark he became confused and instead of putting on his own clothes, he put on the general's uniform. When he arrived at the railroad station, he noticed that pen pie behaved strangely: They bowed, they saluted, they made way for him, and he was nonplussed. Finally, he looked into a miror. "My goodness, that stupid! innkeeper. I told him to wake me lip and instead he awakened the %  general." What the peddler did not understand is that one does not become a general simply by putting on a general's uniform. And one does not become Bar Mitzvah merely by putting on a Bar Mitzvah uniform. Total Commitment Becoming Bar Mitzvah is a serious and sacred undertaking. BtfWSfiJtT spells total commitment to the precepts of our faith, to pure, authentic, unadulterated Judaism, as prescribed by our Torah and by our age-old tradition. And Judaism with Jesus is as unauthentic and impossible as is Christianity without Jesus. I am sorry I should have to emphasize this point when it should not be necessary to do so. We are living in an Ecumenical Age, the most glorious period in the his! tory of religion. A pronouncement was just issued hy the Vatican which puts an end to centuries of misunderstanding and mistrust between Christian and Jew. An-, other oue is expected soon on the subject of freedom of conscience, reaffirming the right of every individual to worship God in accordance with his own tradition, without compromise. The reason I speak of this Bar Mitzvah as I do is that I fee that this incident and the manner in which it was handled is a jarring note, contrary to the Ecumenical spirit, and embarrassing to the Christian, as well as to the Jew If. for example, Beth Yeshua — the House of Jesus — wishes to preach Christianity, if it desires to operate as a missionary jjroup. let it do so. But let it speak openIs and frankly as ;i Christian missionary community. There is no reason for a Christian church to encourage a tallis and a yar mulke and Bar Mitzvah and mas querade as a Jewish synagogue, unless its object is deception. I often appca r in Christian pulpits, and Christian ministers often appear in this pulpit. Yet no one has ever had any mistaken notion as to who I am or who they are. We stand on solid ground. What I am pleading for is truth. Stand lor what you are' If you're a Christian, practice Christianity, f you're a Jew live | as a Jew. Whatever you are, in the words of Shakespeare. "To thine own self be true." Seal of God According to the ancient rabbis, the seal of God is represented by the word "Ernes" — the Hebrew word for truth. This word consists of three letters of the Hebrew alphabet — the first the middle and the last. What a beautiful lesson, conclude the sages. Truth, if it is to be genuine, cannot be incomplete. It must be total truth from the beginning to the very end. 1 %  !" j£)it){omat PRESENTS TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, at 7:00 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Assisted by Cantor Ernest Sfeiner and Choir, Will Conduct the Seder. $12 per person For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY THE SEA The Biscayne Terrace Hotel PROUDLY ANNOUNCES Kosher Passover Seder Services APRIL 16th & 17th TO BE HELD AT THE STARLIGHT BALLROOM Au. ilnaar tht Supervision of ~~ RABBI TIBOR B. STER* —— RABBI SIMON APRIL OFFICIATING SEPARATE FAMILY TABLES IF DESIRED SYNAGOGUE SERVICES WILL BE HELD BOTH HOLY DAYS AT THE HOTEL PREMISES $17.50 For Both Nights $10.00 For One Night Children Under 10, $5.00 (Each Night) THE SEDER DINNER WILL BE A BANQUET MEAL WITH THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER MENU 4 PACKAGE DEAL FOR THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND INCLUDES 1 Seder 1 Lunch, and 12 Sedorim 2 Lunches, and 1 Breakfast Room one night 12 Breakfasts Room both nights $23.00 PER PERSON $40.00 PER PERSON FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 379-3792 MISS SHIRLEY 379-3792 TRADITIONAL set>eR SERVICES conducted by OR. iRVlNQ LehRMAN and CANTOR hiRSll ADLeU under the auspices of reMpLe eMANU-eL sisTeRliooO BALLROOM APRIL 16-17 RESERVATIONS: Banquet Dept.: JE 8-8811



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Rabbi Kronish to Serve as Honorary feWlSh Floridian Chairman of Third Seder Celebration Florida, Friday, April 2, 1965 Section C jy he installation dinner of the Gilber'. J. Balodce of B'nai B'rith are (left to right) inlinq president, Bernard B. Weintraub, and Hollowing past presidents: Robsrt I. FriedAinslee h\ Ferdie, Walter Apfelbaum, L Robbins, Raymond Boniske. Edward A. Stern end Charles Seiavitch. Fea'.ured speaker at the event, held in the Beefster Restaurant, was Judge Milton Friedman, past president of District 5. B'nai B'rith. and incoming National Anti-Defamaticn League Commissioner. order watchtower is manned in a scene of Arab-kraeli lion in the Xerox examination of the Jews' struggle for a leland, "Let My People Go." to be seen on Ch. 4 at 10 p.m.. 6. 'vision Documentary to Examine fish Struggle for Creating Homeland hour-Ions television documen n depth, for the jtinu'. the ages long struggle t h wish people for a homeMl be presented over Telcvi ftation WTVJ Ch. I mi Apr. 6. i. >i> the Xerox Corp. special, entitled "Let It) f Go, is produced l>\ Wolpe; Jettons, which created "The ol the President — i960" joiher award-winning docupries ucer-writer is Marshall P'. who lists "Berlin: Kaiser Pjev" and Day of Infamv" U his man; credits, Richard will be narrator. |" production will utiliie I s never before seen publicly. >" re rare footage and V'" Rfaphs ol the pre-WorkJ 'era and captured German r b film. Materials have 1 fawn irom such far flung 1" as the British Imperial [Museum, the U.S. Library of J?. reSi ,h? Jewish Agency, and %  Government of Israel. |asm Weizmann "tth Meeting Kluum estimates thai he person ally screened more than three and ;i quarter el a million feet of lilm in his effort to assemble the documentary, in Jerusalem, he obtained film Of early settlers taken in 1910. lie also discovered film ol Gen. Alcnby entering Jerusalem on foot after capturing it in 15)17 from the Turks, and footage or the Grand Mufti reviewing the Arab Legion. National United Jewish Appeal is urging its local affiliates and leaders to see the lilm. Individual showings will be arranged througnml the nation by the Xerox Corp. Choir of Month At Beth Am Choir of the month at Temple fttth Am services on Friday evening will be the following students oi the Religious School third grade: Sandra Chaykin. Kobin Kaber. Karen Franco. Heidi Green, Susan Krehs. .Margery Kates. Debbie Lewis, Fatty Lewis. Nancy Lipm.in. Irene Richard, Rhonda Rose, Janet Sallman. Leslie Ann Sedler. Tamara Segal, Emily Segel, Susan Weinstein, Lonnie WeinstOCk, Karen Woolfstead, Laura Bodes, Stephen Blttel, Kei.ieth Dobkin. Daniel Druckman, Scott Friedman, Benjamin Greenberg, Mark Harrison, Scott Kaplan. David Rngel. Sandy Stein. Miiuly Bender, Jaclyn Benjamin. Bonnie Berg. Bonnie Lee Blrchansky, Bonnie Blumenthal, Donna Brown. Julie Fink. Deborah Friedman, Debbie Glasser, Margaret Grossman. Mindy Havel, Louis.' Ann JaCOwit/.. Susan Kessler, Terri Leldner, Nancy Luna. Ifobyn Mann, Cynthia Markovitch. Larie Newman, Karen Rosen, Flo Weiner. Bruce Bernstein, Samuel Faber, Larry Gnat, Stephen Goodman, David Katims, Gregg Schwartz, Jimmy Segal, Matthew Snow. Howard Trae' ,er, Todd Tragash, Bryan Weinstein, Morris Weiss. Karen Bell. Nancy Branison. Vicki Carner, Lori Hodges Amy Jeruss, Lynn Ratzen, Ito;; nna Liebman. Staeey Litman. Dcbra London, Naiiev Steinhardt. Dawne Weiner, Sherri Weinstein, Amee Zucker, Wa) ne Fried. Joel Geffen, Matthew Geller, Douglas Lmie, Kerry Nash. Neil Odessky, Joseph r imerantz, Russel Tarsches, Warren Trazcnleld. David I dell. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Sholom, | and honorary chairman of the | Greater Miami Council for Medieal Services in Israel — Kupat Holim. v ill serve as honorary chairman ol the Third Seder Celebration at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday evening, Apr. 18. it was announced by Jack S. Popick, dinner chairman. Rabbi Kronish and Mrs. Anna Brenner M e y e r s are honorary chairmen for the Greater Miami Council, w h i C h is building and equipping the Greater Miami Rehabilitation Medical Center in Beersheba, Israel. During Rabbi Kron'sh'S visit to Israel last year. he participated in the dedication ceremonies lor the clinic. "The health care, rehabilitation and physiotherapy that the Greater Miami Center will provide for the people of the Negev town of Beersheba and surrounding villages is a key to one of Israel's fastest growing areas," Rabbi Kronish said. "We, of the Greater Miami community, were privileged to have the mayor ol Beersheba as our guest at a reception in his honor, and we now have the opportunity to provide medical facilities of the finest quality for the valiant men and women who are helping to build Israel and to reclaim the Negev desert for agriculture and for the resettlement of newcomers. "It is our opportunity to protect Israel's first line of defense — the health ol her people." the honorary chairman added. "Through our support of Kupat Holim, Israel's foremost medical service, we have established 18 hospitals. 1.000 dispensaries. 212 intanl welfare centers and provided 2.600 physicians, nurses, technicians, therapists and pharmacists to guard the health ol the people of Israel." Third Seder Celebration Chairman Jack S. Popick announced that the event will honor Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin To,their lifeJackson-Reeb Memorial Formed By Special Report WALTHAM, Mass. — Brandeis University will create a medal and a trust fund to underwrite a scholarship in memory of a white nun ister and a Ncuro civil rights work er who lost their lives in Alabama. T h e Jackson • Reel) Memorial Scholarship will honor the memay ol the Rev. James Reel), ol Boston, who died in Selma. Ala.. as a result ol a beating, and James Lee Jackson, who was shot to death in Marion. Ala. A second award, to be called the Jackson-Reeb Medal, will be created by the university lo be given annually to a student at Brandeis whose activities in the area of civil rights exemplify responsible leadership in that field. long devotion to the State of Israe] and lor their great toresig : it in establishing the Harriet and JJcob Rifkin Physiotherapy Department at the Greater Miami Medical Center in Beersheba." John F. Henning, United States Under-Secretary of Labor, will be guest speaker at the Third Seder. A long-time friend of Israel, Mr. Henning recently visited Israel, where he studied th* Histadrut labor program and served as a labo r consultant there. He also .studied the Kupat Holim medical service program and visited hospitals and clinics during his visit, Moshe Berman is executive diicctor of both the Israel Histadrut Committee and the Greater Miami Council for Medical Services in Israel, co-sponsors of the Third Seder. The evening will also commemorate the 17th anniversary of the Stale of Israel. Jewish Schools In Meeting Here Education Committees of all Jewish schools met on Wednesday to implement the accreditation program of the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to Joseph Cohen. Bureau president. The accreditation program emphasizes quality instruction in Jew ish schools. Meeting was held at Temple Emanu-EI. 1701 Washington Ave., in the school assembly hall at 8:15 p.m. An evaluation ol outlined standards lor accreditation was the subject of a report. The Bureau's suggested standards for accreditation and check lists of requirements for accreditation of all sc.'iools have been distributed to members of all Educational Committees of Jewish schools. The lists of schools have been the subject of discussion for the past two years between the Bureau and education directors of schools. "A tentative evaluation b) the Bureau indicates that deficiencies are appearing in many Jewish schools, particularly in the areas ol insufficient number oi qualified licensed teachers, lack of sufficient classroom time, and non-accepl ame of code ol practices tor teachers," according to Cohen. The evaluation was presented by Louis Schwarttman. executive director ol the Bureau, in collaboration with Herbert Z\ i Bergcr. assistant director, and Dr. Nathaniel soioil. Bureau consultant. li is expected that formal accreditation Of schools will begin in Sep. I (in her. 196."). Dunsky Head's Variety Drive Harold Dunsky a n d Associates. local fund-raising counsel, is conducting the multi-million dollar development fund program for Variety Children's Hospital. aim Weii HI h : > Branch of Far its regular meeting n ai the Washing ri >l Auditorium Norp.' isle 85-66 will be electchairman, Aaron Hl discuss (linn •'"n Ma plans for the the Shelborne Pnnan .„ ,,„. 1)niIu h js M()e Ihos ,.' 8ether wi,n his wK P "w social hour alter the of the Perke!. Leit to riqht at the recent annual installation dinner Miami Beach Chapter of United Nat.ons are Harry vice pres.dent; H. F. Forrest, treasurer; Hendnk I Betns, retina president: Abraham Grunhut. vice president; Dr Zev Ko^an. director; Jerome Ho.chkiss. secretary; Irv.r'Swindle county coordinator; Mrs. Toby Emanuel. vice president. Dr. Henry King Standford, president, University of Miami; Mrs. Zelda Thau, vice president; Bayard Strell, presiden'.; Wally Gluck, director; Hy Morris, director; Dr. Andre Bialolenki. vice president. Dr. Stanford was quest speaker at the function held in the Algiers Hotel.



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Friday, April 2. 1965 ^Jewisti fit radian Paqe 5-A Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Past 51,077,000 Mark Toward 1965 Goal The 1965 Combined Jewish Apseas, and I now appeal to you to peal campaign took a giant step tell your friends the CJA story and forward when 600 leaders attendcont n e to obtain pledges, not only ing the CJA Million Dollar Breakf !" ft* who have given to the past, but also to receive pledges ast proouced an additional $113,from those who should be and have uuu in pledges to put the 1965 camnot as yet become part of our paign well over the million mark with SI.077.000. Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1965 CJA chairman, chaired the breakfast. community's Combined Jewish Appeal, our central philanthropic agency." Former U.S. Senator and PresMembers of the 1965 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budqet Corr.ni.:tee will be chaired by David B. Fleeman, a vice presider.t c: Federation. Standing (left, to right) are L. Jules Arkin, chairman, Study Committee on Community Relations Agencies: Marshall S. Harris, chairman, Study Committee on Leisure Time and Health Services.; and Harry B. Smith, chairman. Study Committee on Family and Individual Services. Seated (left '.o right' are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman, Study Committee on Cultural and Educational Agencies; Fleeman; and Nortot. Pallot. vice chairman of the Budget Committee. deration Vice President Fleeman Will Serve as 1965 Budget Committee Chief chairman. Study Committee on Leisure Time and Health Services; and Harry B. Smith, chairman. Study Committee on Family and Individual Services. A significant change in procedure will be carried out by the new Budget Committee, it was announced by Fleeman. "Instead of categorizing the agencies as local, national, or overseas in the responsibilities, the 1965 committees have been formed along functional lines so that members can compare the needs of agencies offering related 01 allied services," he explained. which took place Sunday at the idential Press Secretary Pierre SalI-ontainebleau Hotel at which in-; inger told the breakfast that the creased support was announced by nation should be constantly "morMrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the i ally outraged over civil rights." He Women's Division; John N. Serbin,, also said that American Jews must chairman of Residents; and Nor^onLdevote their zeal to American Pallot and George TalianoffTproblems. and in turn that the Trades and Professions co-chair-1 United States of America must protect Israel from its Arab neighbors. Da\ (I I Fleeman, vice president b Greater Miami Jewish Fed(ration, will serve m chairman of 1965 Budget Committee, it was I need bj Sidney Lefcourt, pres ht'nt of Federation. The B u (I g i' t Committee is %  barged with the responsibility of fllocating funds received in "the nmia! Combined Jewish Appeal ampsigri to the local, national, ln


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April 2. 1965 ^Jewlstr fhrldlan. wen's Cancer League Will Install ficers at a Luncheon Here on Friday IMD H. Manheimer will be tdSne* president of WoIJcwcei League of Miami [h at • luncheon on Friday, %  o M : 30 a.m. I" Xf ,,r, c Lehman, communileader and columnist for The fenoridian, will conduct the Lony U be held at the Roney twicers and members of Iboard to be inducted are Mrs. L't Z Greene, honorary chairV 0 ( the board; Mrs. Joseph Se[honorary vice president; Mrs. L Berl and Mrs. Jerome Sugeri social secretaries; Mrs. iries Gtrtler. chaplain; Mrs. key Kraus, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Frances Linn, and Mrs. Jehe Raao. past presidents, ad%  esdamts Sidney Band. Michael W Rita B rod kin, Harold loks, Abert Davis, Kay Daspin, ^h Errlich. Sara Englander. Richard Fleming. Robert Frank, Ethel Gerson, Morris Gidney, David Gradman. Morris Green. Herbert Gutman. Robert Levy. Marvin Meitus, Harold Oster. Lois Pollack, Sidney Rosenberg. Ceil Ross, Donald Rubin, Milton Saffir, Abe Savitz. Eve Smithken, George Sogg, Bernice Strauss. Harriet Taper, Israel Teitch. Nat Waldman. Martin Wexler and Maury Young. Board of Directors. Out-going president. Mrs. Jerome Rado. will present awards for "efforts in supporting club projects" to 22 members. Chairman of the day, Mrs. George Lewis, will introduce' 'Mrs. I Henry L. Balaban, who will pre| sent musical selections accompanied by Bert Duckman. The League has supported canI cer research and treatment at Mt. | Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami since 1959. In conjunction with the I Damon Runyon Fund, the League has installed vital pieces ol equip1 ment for cancer diagnosis, treatment and research at Mt. Sinai including a Cobalt Bomb, a Magna Scanner, a Mammogram. and a Superficial X-Ray Machine. Pacre 3-B Benefactors Club Adds Members Three new members have been added to Robert Pentlands exclusive Benefactors' Club. Named are Newell C. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin, of Miami Beach. Requirements are a $50.000 donation to Variety Children's Hospital. Pentland is honorarv life chairman of the board and has already endowed the East Wing of Variety Children's Hospital in honor of his mother. Mrs. Annie Baron Pentland. Olive and Ben Levin have given a total of S125.000 to date, and the second floor reception area is named after them. Taylor is an officer of the Miami Showmen's i Association. /.1 \ I nm SURA ibbi Kronish ie In Review Jbbi Lion Kmnish. spiritual Mi ol Temple Beth sholom, review "The Spire," best.' 0J English author William Ifling Wednesday evening in i temple auditorium. Kr> Seymour Silverman is chairt" of UM Beth Sholom Festiuf Artt, which sponsors the Pk review -cries. Grace Your May Table ASK FOR t \ •si P '*wed and BottM By UOVED WINE CO. Tmkers, H.y. MRS. (CON MUNHCIMR It provides annually a $3,600 fellowship for a first-year resident in the Tumor Clinic, a S5.000 secondyear fellowship, and maintains two beds for indigent and terminal cancer patients at an annual cost of $20,000. Recently, the organization purchased a Linear Accelerator Machine for the Tumo r Clinic at the hospital, bringing the total to over $350,000 raised since 1959. KOSHER 1 MORMSOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIAAER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 r. Saf ra Will Memorialized Golotr. Book in memory of | late Rabbi Dr. M. J. Safra will be dedicated at I a meeting of | N'eshei Chabad. the I.ubavitcher Women's League, un Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.. at the h o m e <> f Mrs Gerald Green' berg The presentation will be made bj a member of he Safra family, book onated by Mrs. ha Safr. in memory ot her husH. ie lab Rabbi Safra was known rah scholar. MffiM ^ VLi I i L* ,..--.,..,,,, .. MAKING PASSOVER DISHES EVEN MORE DELICIOUS Cfor a long, long time) Take a page from any smart homemaker's book! Passover and all through the year, enjoy the extra-freshness and creamy-richness of Breakstone's in every dairy dish you serve. In traditional favorites or everyday meals, that somethingspecial Breakstone flavor has always satisfied your taste for the best, good dairy*to you from KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Creamed Cottage Cheese California Style Cottage Cheese Pot Style Cottage Cheese Farmer Cheese Cream Cheese Temp-tee Whipped Cream Cheese Sour Cream Sweet Whipped & Sweet Print Butter Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen, Spring Valley, N. Y.



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Fri day, April 2. 1965 kmisi nnridHrir Page &A ^ Florida Department JWV Cites Heller; Offers Variety of Major Resolutions Presentation of an Award of Achievement to Daniel Nea] Heller was the highlight of the Council of Administration meeting ol the Florida Department ol the Jev ish War V*i ti rani oi the U.S A. held in Surfside last week. voting rights. A telegraph copy nt the resolution was dispatched to Dr. King just as the march to Selma commenced. lEvening o: theater for the Dan Crcvitts (left> and the Al Kahns The Florida Department also appropriated siootowatd the Department Library Awareness Program. Heller was named and cited by The money, to be supplemented by the Department of Florida tor his posts and individual contributions. leadership as past national com' will be used for the purchase of mander of the Jewish War Veterbooks relating to American patri, ans of the U.S.A. otic activities of persons of the The award was made available •' t '"' sl1 faith and to be presented by The Jewish Floridian and the ,0 P ub l' c and private school liFoundation for a Graphic History bn^es, of Jewish Literature. from Senior Vice Commander Jack: Berman on the recent meeting Tampa. Other budgetary recommendations were made by a committee headed by Lou Deutsch. Alsc established was an award for th> outstanding post in the Depariv.cr.f of FloridaAppointed as department pitaiizalion officer was Mon ) Golombeck, of Miami, and appoil ed department deputy command* crs were Arthur Skop. of Tampa, and Col. Harold Roussman. o lando. lot Coconut Grove Playhouse is also occasion for birthday Italk. Gloria Cravitt and Susan Kahn have the same birth Idate Mar. 11, and their husbands share Dec. 2 as their birth Idate' The Kahns live at 12921 SW 72nd Ave. The Cravitts .at 9260 SW 59th St. ilabama March riven Backing tcross Nation Continued from Page 1-A About one-third of the marchers re white Rabbi Herbert Baumprd. president ol the Rabbinical ;>ociation. led the rabbinical parcipants. R a h b i Haumgard and Leon Kronish took part in acting the services at the Creator IrthM AMI). Church where the larch ended iThe director of the Anti-DefaJation League ol B'nai R'rith, who tk part in the civil rights march Alabama, announced that the apie will "expand and strengthits southern operation by esihshins an area headquarters, *ntng i new office and enlfirgIg its southern staff. Benjamin R. |l*tein also declared that five )L officials would go to Alai.iia to join the right marchers. Agency Wins Twin Award Cross/Greenman Advertising. Inc., of Hollywood, midway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, scored a double-header in this year's annual advertising competition staged by the Fourth District. Advertising Federation of America, receiving awards from the advertising clubs of both cities. ROSE KATZ UNVEILING T, '-n • Monument I tht hie ROSE KATZ M'f i' b Kara Sunday, April 4, at 2 p.m. : Ml I littery until Rd ^ S .V officiating. I Rel Itives arc %  \ % %  • to Attend. Arrangements in charge of nmer Miami Monument Company Academy Opens Member Drive Miami Beachite Oscar Mamber, a vice president of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, has been appointed membership chairman of the school. Mamber, who lives at 1002 Merid1 inn Ave.. was appointed by Louis Merwtter, Hebrew Academy president. A meeting of the Membership Committee of the school, with Mamber presiding, will be held Sunday at the home of Hebrew Academy Principal Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, 3512 Flamingo Dr. "We need a grass roots membership in order to broaden the base ol the Academy for support and maintenance," Mamber said, addinthat the goal would be for 500 members. Present membership of 'the Hebrew Academy is 300 members. Mamber has been active in the [ Hebrew Academy since its incep! tion 18 years ago. He's also an of1 ficer in Temple Emanu El and a 1 member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Ainslee R. Ferdie, commander of the Department of Florida, presented Heller with the citation "in recognition of Hellar't service on a national, international, state and local level in the interest of the two-fold purposes of Americanism and Judaism." In accepting the award, Heller declared that 'the honor bestowed on me is symbolic of the outstanding work done by the Jewish War Veterans of Florida and the other states, on the vital issues facing the Jewish community in this day and age." Attending the meeting were Regional Commander Albeit Schwartz, of Atlanta. Ga.. who comA report was offered concerning participation in the community school programs of Dade County by Daniel Abramowiti, with particular emphasis on the Miami Beach Post 330 program of physical fitness headed by Barry Felix. A department award was established presenting an outstanding community activity or civic program. A report by Nat Brown on the continued increase of service to VA hospitals was heard. A message was given by Assistant State Service Officer of the State of Florida Veterans Affairs Commission. E. C. Kestler, on the establishment of Jewish War Veterans National Service Offices in Pesach Program Slated by WVCG WVCG-FM will broadcast a B| cial Festival of" Passover program on Thursday. Apr. 15. at 8 p.m. The program will feature a service composed and conducted by Sholom Secunda and Richard Tuck. er, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Music of the Seder will be included. The program will be broadcast m FM and FM-stereo at 105.1 mg. pyOB ''31D ftttDV 3"in BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 mended the department on its outthe regional office at Pass-a-Grille, standing membership program, and lifetime memoer of the National Executive Committee Mac Frankel. also of Atlanta, who reported on important matters pertaining to personnel. Harry Harrison, of the National Shrine, also attended. enabling war veterans to give power of attorney to the Jewish War Veterans in claim cases so that JWV may handle claims both on a department and national level. Continued support was voiced of the Ad Hoe Committee on Soviet anti-Semitism, after receiving reAmong actions taken by the 'ports from Arnold Fein and Ralph Council of Administration was a Grossman. Continued support resolution supporting President was also given to the department Johnson and Rev Martin Luther commanders' conference and legis King in the non-violent demonstralation for a veterans' home in the tion of Negroes in Alabama tor State of Florida, after a report RAT PROOFING A Specialty REGULAR PEST CONTROL FOR THE XOAiE AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. E CHAIM WEITZMANN BRANCH OF FARBAND Expresses Its Sincerest Sympathy to its Executive Board Members JOSEPH and SIMA OKUN on the passing of their sister SONIA JOSEFSON In the State of Israel on March 26th WARSAW GHETTO COMMEMORATION [Sumfoy, April 11,8 P.M., at the Jewish Cultural Center 429 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Cartd e I'Sh/ing Ceremony. Moving Portrayal of the Ghetto Struggle. IN THE PROGRAV. WIlL BE THE S T AGE ARTISTS LUBA and MYER EISENBERG : JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Undtr Ihe Direction of BARNETT BREESKIN RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth Kodesh Congregation and MORRIS ROHINSKY •"resident Dade County Senior Citizens Council Will Speak S IEIBOWITZ WIU PRESIDE WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT APRIL? In addition to the Holidays and opening of the baseball season April means m-o-n-e-y... dividends paid to Miami Beach Federal savers ae of April 1... and the stait of a new quarterly dividend period ... with more dividends compounded and payable June 30th. Yes, April is a great month for our savers, who earn automatic profits on their savings, with the security of insured safety. Savings placed by April 20th tarn dividends as of April 1. Second Oldest in the Nation Largest in Miami Beach Our Resources Exceed $200,000,000 Hie kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain •vifh o$ os a precious memory. 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IYHJ o-C ^JmifOifkridUan Friday, April 2 .%* iaiot4S s ervices ^Ukis njJeekenJ AGUDATH ACHtM. *306 Collins Ave. Orthodox. Friday 5:li p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Minsk* 3:4.". p.m. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlylt Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. — • AHAVAT SHALOM CONOREGA. TION 985 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. • ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative. — *> BETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipson. Vrlday S:S0 and I:1S p.m. Sermon "The Dietary Laws." Saturda; :• a.m. c LAG'.(i s. "in "Thin 1hi Ir-i Monl h, Biir Mlttvah: Marc Henry, win "f Mi and" Mrs. Aaron •stUnliewr. "* o>. CANDLEUGHTING TIME 29 Adar —6:18 p.m. %  f -m AMI. '5 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig. (ervative. 1035 NE 113rd St.. Miami j Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday vr. p.m. Btndnita In flrat I three rradtw of Kabrow Beimel will participate In n a Berrnon:, JHjr ilillilrrn and the Great Society. ," %  • I,,,I,V v U : „i Bar MItsvah; raw. %  on ot Mr and Mrs. Harold Heraboff. Mlncha S:S0 p.m. TEMPLE tJETM AM. 9950 N. Kendall Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Prlda) 7::'." p.m. Sermon: "Thi Pro pfaet Elijah ami Paaaover." Third grade of Relbjioua School will be cliolr I ..f th.nmnih. riillilr.n with Apnl birthday* trill i ul e wa ed, Saturday 1.11:13 %  in GRANADA 50 NW sist j j\;;-; ., ,„ ,.,.,,. Mltavah: Barry, aon PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot, ,,, j, r .,„,( Jin, ,\*her Mirks. enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Frid.is ''•:'" p.m. SatunLo J" n.m. s. -m.m I ii iz na Tim.Kffrctlvety," on the Ihenio % %  "Sabbath Hactsodesh." Minolta 6 p ni BETH ISRAEL. 711 *0h St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. Friday MS p.m. Satorda) a.m. Bar llltivah: Steven, non .f Mr and Mm .Herbert \U< •hlln. a %  ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mantchei. BETH KODESH. "01 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniamm Ben-Ari. Saturday ttlS a.m Sermon: An Km j Siaterh I. Saturday 8:46 a.in a BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. a BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rsckovsky. TEM9M-E BETH s?L OF">40t.LV. WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday 8:13 p.m. Twin children >•! Mr and Sirs Spencer <" %  Iman, will l named. "AaK the Rabbi" session durI inc OCM al hour. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. i TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. "?o L h-n^: 0 ?, D ^rfatfve""^^ | TEMPLE BET^ SHC-ToM 4144 Chase David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Heilbraun. Cantor David Conviser. lOMESTEA%  %  K riU 'V B!,S "" S, "" : St., Homes tor Pincus Aloof. ; ,, t \i r Bm | .\i,. Harold Oranoff. — • — • 6RAELITE CENTER. 3175 tW 25th! TEMPLE BNA I SHOLOM. 16800 NW St. Conservative. Rabbi Shniaryahu 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. *• -via. : :. pjnj "5ui st up' afci W toraey Meyer llaskin, member lioard %  •'stove ii'-nJewish l-'edoratlan ttneg Shabbal boated li> Mi ind Mrl>.i,1 i;..l.',:il ol tl>ii wed.Iin • :>im i and hiMrth s.ii'.ii.i :3M .I 'i. Moncha 8 p.m. — a %  — FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1801 E. Andrews AJ. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. ••> -fEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetieo dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Friday 6:10 p.m. Saturday !• a.m. Minolta 6tl6 p.m. • ... I Kridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Artistic iDJEWiSHCENTER^tV,...,,^., ,„ j uda tom." saturdaj •stead. Conservative. Can-,,,,.,, n ,..,, Mltzvah. Jeffrey, -"" T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frlda} 6 and 8:13 p.m Bertnoti: The Malii.-i>: ii-s •! Human Motlre." Saturdiiy s:3f a m. Sermon: "Porl f thi \\". eh Bar MItsvah: Pater, s..n ..( Mi. and Mrs. Jerome Reanstk. Minolta fi p.m. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Friday 8 p.m. salurdas V;:II a.m. Sermon: "The First Fifty years." Minolta ".l' p.m BETH TORAH 164th M.*I NE 11th KNESETH 8 RAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Ave. Conservative. Rabb, Max Liprthortox. Robbi David Lehrfield. schitz. Cantor Ben-Z'on Kirschenbaum. i-id.i\ SKI" and 8:13 p.m. Has MItsvah: RharO. daiiahter of Mr. and Mm Michael Toth Baturday tr4.". a.m. Bar Mitttrah: Arihiu. son %  Mr. and Mrs. N'irman Kirshnaali; Herbort, win "f Mr. and Mrs. IwvlH Fsalth: llenjie, fi:a of Mr. and MiMlllTBJ Spirliiin • B VAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack I erner r id.n ::. |..in Set inon "< Mr Pro...aiPedbjrri Haturda? 8:58 a.m. Orthodox. Cantor Abraham Self. FVIilny C p.BI. Saturdin 8:JO a.n inon: "The Pant ••< Cieallon." MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. __ a MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional. a &EPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collms An. Rev Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Relseman. I'reia. R:30 i".m. Sermon: "Maya -it's All an Illusion lias MItsvah: Janlee, daua;hter of Mr. and Mrs. Eusjatte Itosenberg .-aturd... :J0 Junior Congregation. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th •t. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. | Prlfht} "•::'." and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: I what is our h'.itnrt % % % % %  Saturday v I a.m. Sermon: "Portion of iiWoek." .Min. h.i 3:30 p.m, TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. rrida) W0 i %  .ii. Sermon: "The l>iiHim., ,.i Intermarriage." Saturdai I i.ni. Sermon: "The. W"ekls Portion of the Itild.-." Baa MItsvah: Lorl, da uthl.i ol Mi and Mrs BMhsey St,in Mlncha 5:43 p.m. • %  *• %  SYMO?$t$ OF TOAM PORTION O* THE WEEK TgaJ A woman with new-born child offers a sacrifice "And if her means suffice not for a lamb, then she shall • two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons" (Lev. 12:8 TAZRIA — Cleanliness and unclcanliness ar, further n>s here in relation to childbirth and leprosy, "if a wom n livered, and bear a man-child, then she shall bt unclean i days .; And she shall continue in the Wood of purification and thirty days But if she bear a maid-child, then she, be unclean two weeks and she shall continue in the !_„, purification threescore and six days. And when the days of her purification are fulfilled shall bring a lamb of the first year for a burnt offering, gj young pigeon, or a turtle-dove, for a sin-offerina. unto the of the tent of meeting, unto the priest" (Lev 12:2-6). Sus| lepers are to be brought to the priest, who quarantines t^ J for seven days. A careful description of the varities of leprosy is ft|i, by rules for the leper's identification and isolation "ABM leper in whom the plague is. his clothes shall be rent, aril hair of his head shall go loose, and he shall cover his upprl and shall cry: "Unclean, unclean." All the days whemr. plague is in him he shall be unclean: he is unclean; he shall alone; without the camp shall his dwelling be"" (Lev 13 45*. This raeounting of tha Weekly Portion of the La* it | I tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of tht jgeagl Heritage" edited by P. WollmarvTaamir, $15 Publiiaar gl Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., Nnl York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the ve4.;-,| is Joseph Schlang. m m a watas sn THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Synagogue Schools Want Independence TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Hth St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. lion. It would not be m by budgetary limitations ft] gue the synagogues. No synagogue no maflffj large a budget, is able to: the kind of funds necessary I superior educational prognil for an adequate staff to mni| If this were a yes or no question, program. It is also a fact5a" my answer would be an unequi synagogue school takes I By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Tempi* Adath Yashurun Should Miami adopt a system of a Community United Hebrew Schools rather than individual synagogue schools? Kar Mltavah: Paul. %  I Mr. ami IfY-iiko &:0 pun Saturday 8:30 a.ni MrArinni Porg %  i Mermnf: "The DllllrH '.f :. I'm o • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MlTEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. ConA TASTE OF HEBREW 21 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEAAENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH Is'the place nc\l lo you (at your side) free? No. the place next to me is taken. Is the place neu to >ou taken? Yev I told >oti that it is taken. But nobody sits in this place! Yes. no man sits in this place. In this place (there) sits a woman. M) wife siu next to me. PacUon imci. I understand. What to do? You must Mail for another car. I cannot wait for another car. • • mm %  %  a eg • .Dtcr ":'rj ar^on ,• Te-iefl JT H^ mpen .Dwr. inns',-? "r"8K ]'t srrfQ ratf^* mg a-^'ts Tr.wj,*: r.c .^ac v* ,r.n*io Jfivm %  '-"=-' %  iforM -, sm .t r,n* vocal "yes."" However, it la Dot Friday s:is g.m Sfrmon: • it\ Chau%  as simple as all this. lauqua \'itt t.i ru.ru. Rico In ISehall i It goes without saying that a United Community Hebrew Schools System for the Greater .Miami Jewish community would save this community many thousands of dollars. A community school system will cost far lesa than the total amount spent by all the synagogues in this area on Jewish education. What is more TEMPLE 8INA! OF NORTH Ml AMI. I imnnrtant hnw12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi lm P orlanl %  Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale ever, IS that a tuqu %  f Judalmi." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. LiberalReform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. Friday s:16 p.m, brmon: "Religion us ,11 Obatacla to Social Proareaa." Baturday 11 u m • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Canearvativo. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. l-'i i'in> R:13 i" in Bermon: "TluN,-\K and tli.. i ii'i Saturday 9 a m. Sermon: "The Portion ..f the l-i %  ." Bar \i ;/.\..ii Barton, son of Mr. and Un KIIIIHIII Oreenbera. a 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. Why can*t you wait? %  r —ri v s 1/iartl r: M •"508 Because I am in a hurry to travel to Jerusalem. .* %  r St-T'. %  ; = .a*?s**~*" M child is \i't> lick. — .-. %  as an • >iVa tii n "rr :'?*r, Ikif ilaid upl in a hospital -..._.-.. x aa'r tr-. I urn sorry to hear this. •r is i ,_..•.. lyttefl? •; Please, e can sit togciher. But I am disturbing you. .—* rar? s % r.:-. •: s. *;K ran You are not disturbing 118. cs K-'rrK the illness of the child disturbs us. %  .._...... rr r,*r.z-, YOl'K U tenant iRY FOR TODAY ftee HS| he, < laid up) hospital B' Wn iva taken sit im. A f ) 1 understand rat 1 ""-;-.;'1*35 *:K disturbs to >ou (pi) illness 5 to uail car becausa 1 am in a hurry nth parochial character gogue. Jewish irltuatior meaningful, must be free restriction If this is SO, then .thy ;i have ;i United School Syaeaf answer is that the deeprooted vested internal Hebuw school it ii %  source of its existence, brew school provides the aj ship, and without memb synagogue could not suniK-l At one time, not so iMi] Jews needed %  syMwl for his children, today, m Jews pray or v.ant to pnjj one time, a Jew wanted" mum program ol Jewish i for his children. Today. Wl a minimal program, TJf gogue which depends on iHl will of these people torBj United Hebrew I ence has learned to corf *ABBI C API AH Pri:i!ti.-ii.:it.. n a Sab, %  m.: ; r th.. truth as I "1 Lath Queen Service maeaat in tribi penor program of Jewish educaThis is the tiuin utf to I-;...'' I.i-ll. IVrt-tz. a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 991 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Rrhtaj B:li p.m. ita^ MItsvah: BaH) Kllncer. Saturday :• a.m, • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dlckson. Friday s:ll p.m Sermon "Hiatory of ili,. Machaor Salurtlaj i". a.m. Sermon: "The Portion >.f the Week." • TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. — a TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. P '' %  Sermot I i 11 Naw Vear. Oneg Bhabbal honied bj si-rdiij 9 .i in Sei mon: "The Portion • %  th, Week." Kldduah hosted %  %  Mr and Mm Hui i. Koaenbora. —— • VOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. | I Ida) .', i". i. %  •, ;l m S. rmon: The M mth ..i N'laa i Min in h V Thi( puae is prepared in cooperaii.in until the Greater Miami RjHnnicdl Asiociatiott. Coo'iiiiutor of features appearing \.ere u DR MAX L1PSCH!TZ SjlMSMal lrilrr of Beth Torah C->igregrtfioti of North Miami Beach. Over 50 residents of Normandy Isle accepted c £ nbi0 .;l Topol's invitation to attend the Normandy Isle <^ j, i£h Appeal Breakfast recently at Washington r j itorium. Following presentation of the Combin T 1965 ^


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Paae 14-A SUCCEEDS ROSEN Rabbi Kronish Will Head Israel Bond Drive Organization Continued from Page 1-A place at the annual Israel Inde pendence Day Dinner at the Fon;.ii obknu Hotel on May 2. National Israel Bond leaders will join with Israeli officials in the installation ceremonies. Spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Kronish has been at the fore of numerous civic, Israeli and philanthropic causes. He has served on the Executive Board ol %  "file" Central Conference" "6T"ftTR eft can Rabbis and as member of the National Commission on Education of the Central Conference of American Rabbis — Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He I* president of the Southeast Region of the American Jewish Congress and has served on &f he Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He has been an eloquent spokesman on behalf of Israel, which he visited in 1949, 1960, 1962 and 1964. In announcing the appointment of Rabbi Kronish to succeed Rosen. Dr. Schwartz praised both men for their exemplary leadership.'* He pointed out that under Rosen's chairmanship in the p a s t two years. .Miami was the leading Israel Bond city in the world on a per capita basis. In accepting the chairmanship of the Greater .Miami Israel Bond Organization. Rabbi Kronish said. "I feel humble indeed that the helm of this great organization has been placed in my hands. I am aware of the great responsibility which this entails, but I am confident that with the continued cooperation and assistance of our community's leadership, we shall continue to achieve greater results on Israel's behalf through the Israel Bond program." +Je*ist> tier titan Many prominent rabbis in the country, among them members of the presidium of the Union of Or'hidox Rabbis of the United States and Canada and Yeshiva directors throughout the country, gather in the Manischewitz Matzo Eakery, Jersey City, N.J., to bake Schmura Matzo. After the baking of the Schmura Matzo was completed, the hos'. and guests attended a luncheon in the company's diningroom. where many Manischewitz products were served. Among those who spoke were Rabbis I. Siegel, P. Teitz, M. Charlop. I. Bunin. M. Cohen, Z. Reichman, I. Klavan. executive vice president of the Rabbinical Council of America, C. Karlinsky, and E. Silver. At Confab in Quito Jack D Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, and Rep. Claude Pepper (D.-Fla.). senior vice president of Washington Federal, are among U.S. delegates to the third Inter-American Savings and Loan Conference this week in Quito. Ecuador. Education Series Ends Tuesday At Brunch Here Adult education series at Temple Emanu-EI concludes on Tuesday at a "Brunch with the Rabbi.'' according to an announcement byMrs Ben Zion Ginsberg, Chairman. Women's Institute of Jewish Studies, sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood, has been holding sessions since Jan. 5. Courses were given in Beginners Hebrew. Congregational Singing, Conversational Hebrew and Jewish History. In•-tructors were Mrs. Ida Porush. Cantor Zvi Adler, Mrs. Fay Feinstein and Morris Tarasow. educational director. At a monthly "Brunch with the Rabbi." participants of all classes gathered for a lecture discussion on "Tools of Jewish Living.'' with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation. Serving with Mrs. Ginsburg on the Women's Institute were Mrs Leo Berman, Mrs. Maurice dans, Mrs. Jerome Goodman. Mrs. Isadore Lorber, Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, Mrs. Israel Teitch, and Mrs. Thomas Trent. The temple education program also included a Book Review Series. Sunday morning Breakfast Forums, Home Study Circles, Torah Luncheon Club and Bible Classes. Jessel Hotel Slated in Israel A group of Miamians. headed by showman-humanitarian George Jessel. has announced plans to build a million-dollar luxury hotel named ;• ft11" the famous toastmaster on the banks of the Mediterranean in Tel Aviv. The syndicate, American-Israeli I Intel Corp., will finance the project through the trading ol Israel Bonds [or Stock in the hotel, the first of several planned in that country by the group. Jessel is chairman of the board, other officers are Prank freeman.; attorney and president of Isla, Ltd., a hotel company, president and di-; rector; Samuel Segal, real estate and hotel owner, vice president; Daniel Sepler, hotelman and attorney, secretary and director; Mel vin Grossman, architect, treasurer; Yehuda Segal, real estate and hotel management, director. Fxeeutive offices are at 513 Ainsley Building. Miami. Jessel said construction of the five story. 100-room hotel will begin within Iwo months, it was designed i by Grossman, who was the designer of the Doral Country Club in Mi< ami, the Doral Hotel, Forte Towers and Imperial House in Miami Beach, among others. 11 Coastal Towers APARTMENTS 15 stories of waterfront luxury BEST RENTAL VALUE ON MIAMI BEACH Studio, 1 and 2 Bedroom apartments from I I ^3 • Free Parking • Free Carpeting unfurnished or furnished RENT NOW FOR DECEMBER 1965 OCCUPANCY GUARANTEED •• %  %  '%  •— %  ::c"-- ~::H:: **2 W(i %  ...%  -1. OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY S A.M. TO 6 P.M. Here's a world of its own with a coffee shop, food store, barber shop, beauty parlor and sundries store right in the building. A prestige waterfront location with 7 acres of tropical island atmosphere in the heart of everything for comfort and convenience ... yet away from the crowded downtown area. A full time Social Director to provide planned activity for your enjoyment. 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Pag 10-A *Jel$* ftcrldHar Friday, April | Zionists to Hear Jacob Fishmon Ben Giller. president of the Mlj also be honored, n ami Beach District of the Zionist | for many years been m 'he M11J Jl nounci-u mm urn ....... ...........,> — %  — niously or, the 19th annual Zionist Luncheon board and as iveeklj Club will take place on Wcdnesof the Luncheon day. 12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza I years. Hotel ami Beach District of the Zionist I 'or many years ln he H Organization of America, has an-1 Beach Zionist District, nounccd that the final meeting of \ has served continuously M .„... i v..,„;.•! i ii.,,.ii,.,i.i board and as UI.I-I.. .. According to Giller. Jacob C. Fisbman. permanent chairman of the Luncheon Club and a vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, will be honored. MM 1 ,ub 'r *IB ''"' %  l! m the munity as organu r of oza Forum. the Rare Megilla'h Esther manuscript scrolls were exhibited during recent Purim services at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. Left to riant are Jacob C. Cohen, Joseph Malek. Julius Schwartz, Alfred Lieber, Joseph Kradin (holding the grager), and Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of the congregation. Extend Limitations Statute Fishman, who has served a* chairman of the Luncheon Club for several years, was recently cited for his 'outstanding work as chairman of the weekly event," which is open to all members of the ZOA, visiting Zionjjts. and friends of the^or^ ganization. Fishman, a veteran Zionist active inmem-nggzn leader, has been active in all phases of Israeli work and community affairs. Also to be honored at the luncheon will be George Holtsberg. a member of the board of the Miami-Gables Zionist District and a life member of the ZOA. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. who will Guest speaker at the final nig of the Lunchi. n Cl nesday will be D Max \ schitz, who recently ivlcbriy] 18th year in the rabbinate. the limitation remains at 20 years. out the 20-year period is moved forward. The measure approved by the Bundestag, which must now be approved also by the Senate and the President, differed substantially from earlier proposals. Chancellor Ludwig E r h a r d s Christian Democrats joined with the opposition Social Democrats at the first reading in the Bundestag on Mar. 10 to abolish all termination dates for prosecution of Nazi war criminals. Another proposal was for the Bundestag Legal Committee to extend the cut-off date for 10 years. Both proposals were withdrawn beI fore the vote. Immediately after the BundeaUg vote. Minister of Justice Ewald MQPS FinOI TOlkS Bucher, .submitted his resignation from the Cabinet. Mr. Bucher had insisted that the Cabinet reject ex-' itension when the subject came up West Germany's lower house of .several months ago, and afterward Parliament. He declined com' |Sa id he would resign if his stand ment on reported West German we re to be reversed by Parliament, j talks with Arab countries "until lle opp0 sed prolongation of the cut' the end of the talks." j 0 ff date beyond May 8 of this year He also said that the opposition i <> 'constitutional grounds." Social Democratic party had no Meanwhile, in New York, a leadright to criticize the government ^ er o{ tne American Jewish C'onfccuau.se they had approved his ; g rcss assa iled West Germany's explan to offer diplomatic relations tension by four an(1 a na if years to Israel He claimed that the „f i ts statute of limitations on Nazi party's declaration that not enough war crimes as "disappointing and had been done for Israel was unw y|y na dequate." Marcus Ginsjustified, burg, of Houston. Tex., chairman The Chancellor and Foreign Minof the Commission of International ister Gerhard Schroeder reported Affairs of the Jewish Congress, at the meeting on foreign affairs, termed the statute's extension Concerning West German policy ( rom May 8 of this year through in the Middle East, the Chancellor mc end of 1969 "a scandalous afempha-ized that "the Strongest cof r0 nt to the millions of men. wompperation" existed between him en an " JE 1-6881 rI HOTB RESERVE FOR PASSOVER KOSHER CUISINE Conduct** 1 J V. NATHAN M^. Rottrvationt C*" Ji OH lincoln Rd mm



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April 2. 1965 -Jenisti Meridiem Page 9-A olda Reports on U.S. Relations %  are Continued from Page 1 A iryin. to emphasize, "pic, 1K h .i atmosphere instead Mealing their real intentions A Israel, i o s e extinction 0W h ope lo achieve through UTin plans." ,..„ii" I!"' Arab decision to Palestine Liberation Orn> be composed of now living 't the % t:-'%  lion,' %  „( the tinted Nations. ded lhal each refugee it to thai army be struck from ,., i„u.,1 the United NaRelief and RehabiUtation he Israeli Foreign Minister led nations to deter the Arab rts from implementing their tme to divert the headwaters he Jordan River. That scheme lid, is motivated only by the ||r "to hurt Israel. Israel," stressed, "will never allow Isibotage of the Israel water fcect." • gardinu the 'mr>mento* ee" in relations between Is"and ft'csl Germany, she said Ihopeil lhat all outstanding Perns between the two counwould IH' resolved. She reKl the contention of some Isthat establishment of dipitic relations between Jerusaind Bonn may 'make Jews fordeeds of the Nazis." tniionina the decision by Germany's Parliament to extend the statute of limitations for the prosecution of war criminals by only four and a half years, she said she was "particularly perturbed" by the German Parliament's pro posal "to divide criminals into varying categories." In the general area of Israel's relations with other governments, she stressed this country's "grow operation" with France, and greeted Britain's Labor Govern nient, recalling that government's statements, promising to do ;.l! that is possible to preserve Israel's independence and to lessen tensions in this region. As for the Soviet Union, she said that efforts to improve relations are continuing. She said that much progress has been made in the area of cultural relations between the USSR and Israel, and expressed the hope that this progress might be extended also to other spheres, ihe told the Knesset that "the supply of arms to those wishing to destroy Israel does not tally with the Soviet Union's declared policy of liking peace." The Foreign Minister said the anti-Israel statement issued in Cairo by Walter Ulbrccht. East Germain s chief HI state, jointly with Nasser, "denied Israel's very right i i exist." She deplored "this iranitlfal Kast German step." Ecumenical Views To be Discussed Rabbi Morris Kipper, chairman of the Coin mission on Communit] Interrelations, South Florida Conn ell, American Jewish Congress, announces lhat the second half of the program. "Agenda lor Action," .sponsored by the Council will be aired Sunday over Station WMIE at 5 p.m. The program, "The Ecumenical Council: Its Inlerrcligious Implications." will have as discussants Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Rev. Dr. William R. Cannon. Dean Candler School of Theology. Emory University; and Rev. Joseph J. Jurasko, professor. Barry College for Women Moderator will be Rabbi I.eon Kronish, president of the Southeast Region. American Jewish Congress, and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. cracmlrlu^k IMt S'ORf WITH TME •vO"lOA *LAiK this pmMover — *#•' fi'f* of citrus fruits front floritla (>.•)•> half bushel, delivered 10.51.1 full bushel, delivered A treat all year round and an especially gracious gift at Passover, JM's delicious seedless Valencia oranges, and seedless pink or white grapefruits are tree-ripened and so full of juicy goodness! 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. JAA CITRUS FRUITS, first floor, miami first floor, fort lauderdale PARK FREE! SHOP JAA TONIGHT TIL 930 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT VENETIAN WAY Annual Purim Auction B'nai B'rith Women of Miami held its annual Purim auction on Sunday. 7:30 p.m.. at the Masonic H a I I. Wa/rtlllGMv IS?* 1TD3 MlNIATU RE CHOC OLATE lanot BW£N> BARTON'S PASSOVER SWEETS From top to bottom: Passover Wine Cup, foiled miniature chocolates form a wine cup inside the box. 14 oz.. each 2.29 Miniature Chocolate Matzos, chocolate blended with chopped nuts, shaped into bite-size matzos, wrapped in bronze and coffee colored foil, box of 30, §,29 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, £# Seven Layer Cake, with chocolate nut filling and icing, I lb., 2.1Q JM BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, first floor miami and fort lauderdale Sorry, no C.O.D.'s ncs^ ntrs r o BARTONS NEW YORK • LUGANO, SWIT2EBLAN0



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„, Apr-'. 2. 1965 *J&ni§ti ncrUdfiar Page 9-C *C'. j the middle of it is Mrs. Lona Wer-hcw, of New York. em: congratulated for "generous suppor* of the Department f iology at Miami Heart Insli'.vte." Left to right are /il!:...-i Atwill Jr., vice president of the Institute. Mrs. Arnold BVV Dr. Alfred Levin, chief of the Department of Radioloqy, nd I :vid Davidson, newly-elected to the Board of Directors. fro. was attending a dinner party at the Institute sponsored ky iiOiqe 3. Storer and featuring Dr. Paul Dudley White, tor.: ramous cardiologist. ofed Cantor Will Officiate lite p.nri :.. in [air i liar only bins" high school of its kind call at Piraeus, port of Athens. Greece, Oubrovnik on Yugoslavia's LMmaiion Coast. Venico. Istanbul and Rhodes. Hungarian-born Cantor Ilerskovits. who is taking a holiday leave from the Ocean Parkway Jewish j 80uth BMn*. Md Center in Brooklyn to participate in the unique religious observance Adult Education Seminar at *ea. is not a stranger to travel. He has sung throughout the On Monday, 8:30 p.m.. Rabbi world, and before World War II was Daniel M. Lowy will resume the the youngest chief cantor in the adult education seminar at Temple history of Budapest's Jewish comSinai with a study of the biblical rmmit.v. book, "Exodus." amp Listings for Readers by Special Report %  ion y-famous Bela Hers!1 i no in .-><r Gl in-' 1 on the Med• • nth, it was an> • Zim Lines. Herskovits, accompan... .. will board the I Hti i \pr lti and will the duration of •. v .-. L-nds at i Liii.i on I Israeli liner will Mesivta Student A Merit Finalist William Leff. senior student at he Mesivta Senior High School of Greater Miami, has been selected >y the National Merit Scholarship Society as one of its national finalists, it was announced by Rabbi Moshe Horovitz. principal. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leff. of 710 NE 168th St.. N. Miami Jeach, has been an honor student ind member of the National Honor society throughout his high school areer. A native of Miami, he be(an his religious and academic itudies in Temple Beth Torah and lublic school. From there, he transferred to the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, graduating with honors. Continuing at Mesivta High, he achieved high praise and honor In both his Hebraic and academic studies. He was elected last year to the presidency of the local National Conference of Synagogue Youth. .. showboat F la.," an original "We of Mesivta are proud of Wiltwo-act musical comedy, will ham's achievements." said Rabbi pnxnivd at Temple Adath YeshHorovitz. "and we are sure that „ j „ j !.<..-in ...i,.. ki „i. tiT urun on Saturdav and Sunday. Apr. lie will take his place among the other Mesivta graduates who have 2A and 25 already distinguished themselves in Sponsored by the Sisterhood, the their respective universities." p i av wU | be directed by Mrs. Phyl Mesivta Senior High, offerin" a lis Neu with au ,nor Mrs Millie : dual program of Hebraic and stateBluestein as musical director. Cur1 approved academic studies, is the ,am time wl bo 8:3 pm Beach Students Win Awards Miami Beach Civitan Club last week presented awards to the win ners of the Civitan International Citizenship essay contest. Paul Grand, president of the club, made the presentation at a luncheon at the Algiers Hotel Grand award of a S100 U.S. Savings Bund went to Kenneth Avick, 17. Also cited were Bruce Hillman 17. $50 Savings Bond; and Stewart Feldman 17. S25 bond. All three are students at Miami Beach High School. Subject was "Think — Speak — Participate — Build America's Future.'' WIUIAM lUf Adath Yeshurun Musical Comedy Jerry Schechter has been appointed stage manager. Mrs. Sara Solotkin wardrobe director. Helene Muldane and Ben Falk. ticket chairmen. Election Meeting Saturday Evening Joseph M. Lipton, president ol Temple Fm.inu-KI announces thai the annual election meeting and dance will be held on Saturday evening at the F mtaincbleu Hotel. Musical program, to be presentled by the Temple Players, is an adaptation of a hit Broadway show written and directed by Trixie Levin, with choreography by Barbara Bessey and musical accompani ment by Millie Draizar. Cast includes Mrs. Barbara Bess ey. Mrs. Shirley Blum, Mrs. San ford Burns. Mrs. Elliott Harris. Dr. Seymour Rreisler, Mrs. Harry A. Levy. Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mrs. Anne Reiff, Mrs. Leonard Rich elson. Mrs. Doris Rosenfeld. O. 3. Rosenstrauch, Mrs. Frank Schneider, Allen Yudakofsky and Mrs. Milton Weinkle. PLCRIDA CM %  Csi Isratl Boys Camp Tec Dr For (A'r conditioned). man M. and Harry G. Popkin, 1100 information call 532-6421. Crescent Ave. N.E.. Atlanta. Ga. ate ; in Deland I -" • (rom Miami. IK %  %  i i write or call A cis.-. director. \\e. Miami l JE 2-3694 GEORGIA ii'iits o..• Camp lor Teen-Agers Girls -Locaean-front estate ich ii"' A rite Roy .lohnles Beach I'll Shores, Fla.. Sky lake Camps Boys and Girl* o to 17—Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains Local representatives: Ira Steinmeti and Sid Greenspan, directors. In Greater Miami area contact Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1-8205: Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 or HI 6-0817: Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein. UN 6-3244: Harry Kaplan. WA 2liti'j or WA 3-1577. IOI Ih %  pi %  i %  Va 3+1 .. Camp Judaea Write P.O. Box 3355. Miami or F()1 R(ns and Gir i s _ideated in phone Dade. 6240692 or Brow aid. Hendcrsoin ille. Strict kasluuth I ( H0s tl Summer Day Camp 13 -2400 Pine 989-2137. %  NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Camp Girls and Boys 7 to 17—Located in llendersonville. Write to Herobserved. For local information. Director Frank Farbenbloom. 945-9665 Mi ami: or Don Pricliason. IN 60673 or 759-4369; or write 50 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Ga. HI6H IN THE BLUE RID6E MOJNTAINS camps ms FOR BOYS and GIRLS S-17 A small select camp to belter serve your child's every need • 1,000 acres of beautiful scenery • Two large sheltered lakes • Ideal summer climate, cool night* • Professionally directed FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITS SKY LAKE CAMPS P O. BOX 3355. MIAMI. FLORIDA TEl OADE 634 0692 • BROWAHO 9M-.'JRA STEINMETZ, Director S'D GREENSPAN. Director _'" ^VV*VVWVVVVVVVVWVVWWWVVVVN*SA/VVWVV^^ \MP OSCEOLA NORTH CAROtlNA-ln Beautiful N.C. Mountain Area STARTS JUNE 27 to AUGUST 20 p Ur, NOW FOR YOUR CHILD'S SUMMER VACATION AGES 6 thru 15 BOYS & GIRLS WEIL-ROUNDED PROGRAM Supervision — Owned & Operated By LRWiN 3. MARSHALL Principal ormation now, call HI 5-3585 CAMP JUDAEA CAMPING WITH A DlFftKtNCt HENDERSONViLLE. N.C. OUR 12th SEASON POTS K filRlS ?rd • lOih GRADES IN THE PICTURESQUE BLUE fflOGE MOUNTAINS $465 8 WEEKS $245 4 WEEKS Vi,„ T ,' E JS JAl CAMPING ACTIVITIES Complete Swimming Instruc .. ,.'r,^ r, ln 9 Oramatks Nature Study Camp-Outs Itc. 4 Mai" £ ''fOGRAM BRINGING THE SPIRIT OF BRAIL TO OUR W I ~ ,Jrae,i Fo,k Dancing and Singing Discussion Groups Mtri. ?: l rs „ lc .'> S IN PAST SUMMERS, Israeli Boy and Girl Stouts Will i nffir*5* '" fntire Season, i T T !p' CT <"HRUTH OBSERVE0. i" H, Ma "T Outstanding Scenic AHractioM of tlio RK r "9i ond Smoky Mountains. C H WANK FARBENBLOOM, Director, 945-9665, Miami or DON PRICHASON, UN 6-0673 or 759-4369 •' Write SO Whitehall Stroof, Atlanta, Cm. MM. M mi or AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION •"Mc;.f Sy Hadassoh and Zionist Organization of Amorien Camp Osceo/a Boys and Girls 6 through 15— Located in Horseshoe. Strict supervision. Owned and operated by [twin B. Marshall, principal. For information call HI 5-3586. PENNSYLVANIA Pino Forest Comp In the POCOno Mountains — 4'J hourIrom Miami Airport to camp by plane and car. Separate facilities for I" >-and Girls t> to lt> For information and brochures contact Fithian Studio of Dancing and Drama, JE 1-7883, or Theda Shapiro, 238-08t>4. An Outsfandina Mountain Camp in the Pocono Mfs. of Pennsylvania PINE FOREST CAMP GREELEV-PIKE COUNTY. PA. 4' Hours from Miami Airport to Camp by Plant and Car 34 rfARS WITH THE SAME MJU1V lEADERSHIP-UNCir HUGHIt BLACK 'None So Wise Ai the Experienced." Ben Sun. Chap 34. • Separate Facilities for Boys and Girla, 6 to '6 • Sailing Canoeing Skiing • Emphasis on Athletics Especially Basketball o nics a Experienced Mature staff a New York Wri Id's Fair Trip o Acorn Village for 4 to 6 Yr. Oics a Resident Doctor and Nurses e Sabbath Scrv es Information ind Brochures Contact Our Local Representatives: FITHIAN STUDIOS OF DANCING 8. DRAMA 323 West 47th Street, Miami Beach, Ph. JE 1-7883 THEDA SHAPIRO-8391 S.W. 142nd St., Miami, Ph 238-086. "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose BLUE STAR CAMPS GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains) 18 SEASON Campers meet at nearby NEW 24-Hour resort Airport IN CtEATEIT MIAMI AHA PIEASE COHTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 14205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 or HI 60817 OR. A MRS. IRVING BERNSTEIN UN 6-3244 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private Estate with two laket.. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pro gram plus ALL usual camping activities. Six sepaiate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains Special pre-seasor. BASKETBALL CAMP. Special Creative Arts Center for Dane. 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. Popkir Full-time Winter Address: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309 or Call Araa Code 404-872-4723



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Fage. 14-C. fienUst thrkUar Fric IT. C01. WIUAftD ItVIN Beachite Helping Build Powerful Rocket Boosters ..I Col Willard Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin, of 619 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, is helping build one of the biggest and most powerful rocket boosters in the U. S Space program. Col. Levin is a member oi the I S Air Force team responsible for the Titan HI program at the Air Force Systems Command's Space Systems Division at Los Angeles. The Col., who sorvos at chiof of the requirements branch, is helping develop rocket boosters for use in both manned and unmanned U. S. space flights. \a part of the Air Force Systems Command capability for research ing, developing and testing Air Force planes and missile systems. The Colonel was commissioned in V,40 upon completion of the Reserve Officer Training Corps prosram at Ohio State Lniversity. where he graduated with a BME degree. His wife is the forme r Anne fc.. Flkowitz. of San Antonio. Tex. LEGAL NOTICE Tifereth Israel Installation Set New officers of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will be installed on Sunday. 7 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Slate for 1965-6G includes Mrs Morris Eisenborg. president; Mrs James Harris. Mrs. Joseph Saul. Mrs B. P. Weinstock. vice presidents; Mrs. Lily Laster. Mrs. Hy Astor. Mrs. Lea Patnick. secretaries; Mrs. Murray Weinthal, treasurer. O u tg o ing president is Mrs. Ruby Kutun. A reception and refreshments will follow the installation ceremony, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE OOONTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66092-C iv I:K FSMa f \\ II.1.1 AM I BOHLFELD DWMUKNI _. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditor! and -Ml Person* Having claim, or I '< n nndi Again*! N..11 are hereb> notified an ,iulr.^l to present an) ohalaa* nd d< man hleh you ma) have RHUIIIKI ,l, .. M. of WILLIAM .1 ll"HLKKI.H .1 iael Int. nf Dade • Florida, t.. the Count) Judgi %  County, and file the name In rtui .n.l a, pro\ Lied '" Bw tlon Florida statutes. In their offlci ih.County Courthouse In Dude Coeni\. Florida, within .-i\ calendar months from the lime ot the Hrat publication hi n of, or il>'' aa "ill be liorre I Dated ii Miami. Plot Ida, thin St h da) of March, A.D INS l.i:o.\'Ai:i' Ii. I.' iKRT Ai Admlnlati ator, Cum Teatamento Annexo First publication of thi* notk-i on the 2nd da) Df April. IS*.". MYERS, HKI.MAN.v KAPLAN Attorney* for Admlnlairator, C.T.A ll.-.n 8.W. 1*1 SUM i Miami, Florida I81S0 i !--l-2:i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lllVEN that il,.. undersigned, dealring to engage in bualnoei under the petljloua hame ol HADRLAND VI I I. A -; I AI \l. MKNTS at Dade Counts Intern ,. glater ald name with the il,, Circuit i'"in i of Dadi Florida EVAS I 'l.s PER Clerk of Count) LEGAL NOTICE I 2-8-1SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, (TICK IS HEREBY fid EN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in i,n,ii..-:— under the flctltloua hame of COR A I. R i: i: F CON\ALKM -N I HOME al 13 'oral Way, Miami In.. ,,,;, lo resist., n I name with the ,-i.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida. SVI.VIA I FOX 4 .•-'.•-16-2.: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ih,. underaiitned, deelring i" engagi In huainem and, th. I • T i i i %  i • ham* %  o l I.AI'Kl.AM' VILLAS AI'AU 1 MI-.NT ,i [lade Countj Intend* t" rcgltei i a i, .in., with ili. 'lei i. of Ih. '"it ila ceirt of -i >ad. tOovnt) Florida EVAN ULSTKI: I 8-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61761-B IN' I'.K: Batate of ABRAHAM SILVBR, I i,..e.,s. 'I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE \, >TICE iherebj gh en thai riled mFinal Report and Petition for Dtetrlbutlon and Final Dlacharae as Bxecutoi ,•' the eatate ol ABRAHAM MLVER. deceased: and thai on Hi., nth da) "f April. IHS. i 'ii applj i" the Honorable Count) Judge* oi Dade County, Florida, foi approval ,.r *ald Final Boporl and for dletrlbutlon and final discharge as Executor of the eatate of the above-named decedent. This lTth .lay ,.f March, 11 MILTON It MANNHEIMBR A* Executor KOVNBR ft MANNHEIM Kit An, rneya too l >uponl Plata Center Miami, Florida I M. i l-l-U NOTICE BV PUBLICST^T' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT n?l 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cParN COURT OF FLORIDA IN A^" DADE COUNTY IN CHANCE NO 65C2925 "• PAULINE APPLERATM Plaintiff Vs. SOLOMON APPl.KllAfM k I have I SAM APPEI. a lefenda i I SUIT FOR DIVORCE I. that In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai the uaderalgned, deairina t" enaaae in .under the fi' iiii"ii^ hame ,.f DAOBLAND 11 E l <: H T s AP \RTXIKNTS al Dade County Intend! to reftlater *ald name with the Clerk ol ih* Circuit i'"nrt "f Hade County, Florida. BSVAN IH.STI:I: l 1-1-16-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKREB\ lilVKN the underabjrned, deajrlna ijyiiaia:.In tiufinteee nndee^W rWrrtioui lurme "I \ .^ s Bl'ILHINfl CU at 1051 N.W. %  :.'ili Street, North Miami, Florida In:. nda to r, fdstei said oanx with the rh of the Clrcull I 'oort ol I "adi County, Florida. SIKNEY P. OOOOE HILBRY I-'. S1LVERMAN \u..i ne) for Applicant ;: i"--.'K, •.•-! %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the underabrned, deslrina to enaaae In biialne** iiniler the flctltloua name* of KENNEDY HOt*8E; KENNEDY PLAZA at lB Tvtli Cauaeway lnlenda i" reaiater tald name* with the Clerk "i the Clrcull Oouti • %  ( Dadi 'ount). ilorlda. FINLET P. Moss l l-*-l(-IJ CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR M %  v, v| I, T'l \\" IK >-! TIIKSI-. ILI >; CTM SIIM-I. COMB, OBEBTTNtlS J ',VI,.r,,-. MARX M. gEINBERO. %  AMI RU>RIDA: ESTHER A POl p I.I.. MIAMI. Kl.i'Kll'A: %  • LI/ V\BINTRAIIS. MIAMI FLORIDA; ,1; i on the 12nd daf of October. A.D. p-ii cause i" I" Incoi'poraieo unu* i the law* ol the Mate "i Florida r AM..IS KVSI'XCr.ANTS. INC a • poratlon, with it* prln. Ipal puji • ot buatneaa al MIAMI BEACH. DADh %  ,i N rv. In Hi. State ,,i Florida, and whereat, such corporation • %  on the Ittlh da> if March, A.D. I'"'". cau*< t0 i„ riled in the offke "i ibe th-or*. v ol State ol Hi. State ol Florida, .. documentor) autaortt) regu*red i. i i M ''. Florida Statute*. Bhowlng the dlaaolutlon "f aucn corporation Now, therefore., the Becretary "f Btate doe* hereb) certlfl) to th< r. : %  • s, lag and thai b* la aaUalied that the ,u,r. in. ins ,.f the law have bi %  it ^. nplied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOT. I have hi i.mil., eel m) hand and ba\ affixed th.Great Beal "i tin* State "f 1 lorlila, at Tallahaae*, •"'"" i,: "' f M.MV., N 'A'V NOTICE BY PUBLICAT,ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 3346 ARTHfR LACKNER, Plaintiff, \ -. cll.AI'YS I.ACK'NI:I: I lefendant TO: i.l.AI'VS LACKNER i:. si.l. nt Addreei I'nknoa n Ton, OLADTS LACKNER. are hereby notified thai a Complaint f.-r Divorce baa i.een filed agalnal you, an.i vim are roqolred to aerve i p\ of your Answ.-r or Pleading t" the Complalnl on the ptalntlff'a Attorney. JACK •' OOLD, IIS4 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk • %  ( the Clrcull Court ..ii "i" befon Ihe *ih da) of \i;i,. i'"'.." If you fjil t" 'I" %  m. in by default trill be taken arala*l you i' r th.relief demanded In the Bill ..f Complaint This notJoe shall I., pubUahed ,.n.-..nli week for four ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this jGth day ,.f March, \.l> R B LBATHBRMAN, '!• rk Clrcull Court, Dad* County, Florida ..-. al l C. P. C< iPEl.ANl i l,. i.iii % Clerk i ;--16-2.i th. TEENTH da| .....I,"' ToM ADAMS Seel elan %  'i State i '." %  CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR.DA ., ALL TO WHi >M THESE PRESENTS SUM.I. i-oMi;. URBETINtJS Whereas, ELIZABETH HANSEN ;i;., BBACU, bLOKIDA; BARBARA BECTON, VERO BEACH, Fl-OKIDA; l.il.l.n: M. OAL1ANO, V HfK BEACH, FLORIDA ili'l %  •" the ^-ih day "( February, A.D, [VM, cauae i„incorporated under ti" bw %  •! ,,, ,,i Florida M-M-C, IM corDoratlon, with its principal place .., bualneas al CORAL tlABLES. DADE COl'NTT, In the Slate 'it IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 65C 3273 ELSIE BARBBITK MJLANES, PI lintlff, -. i IOM: KAMYVX MII.AN'RS. l lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO .1' WE RAMON MII.ANCS I'll Sh-i. ,1a A\ nue Apt. No. A-1S Rronx %  :. New Yoi U ViilARE HEREBY notified thai a Complauit for Divorce has beer. filed attain*! you, and ) >u are hereb) I'etiuired to serve ., i .i>> ol youl anHWer t" the Complaint on the Plaintiif, attorney, LESTER ROGERS, who** addreaa I* .•'•: %  N W. liili SI eel Miami, Florida, and rile th. orbtlnal of the Anewei In the ofllce "f ih. Clerk >.f the Eleventh Judicial %  for l '., %  !< %  County, l lorlda. on .r before the ith da) ,.f Mas IM* ,,. ,i.i.i ,,i of which tbe Complalni will be taken as on) 1 i.y you DATED this :''.th das of March, IMS, i; B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk. %  i. nil Court, Dad< County, Florida al, C. P. COPELAND Deput) ("l.rk 4.2-'. II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 65C 3177 THE WILLIAM8BURGH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, CHARLES WINSTON SMITH. JR.. .-I ll\, >-t 1.1. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Charlea Wlnaton Smith. Jr.. anc N. L>arlyna smith, his arlfe, L'TTT". Rlalto Street MadisMii H.iKhls. Mi.hiuali >"i.11 are hereb) notlflad that :.l..i.. a|.ii..n. ,1 ,i.ti..n has been Inatli HI.. I aaalnai you in th.CJJrcull Court ol the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dado County t.. forootoee a iniiillMti upon the followlna described real property: l.-.i tS i:|...l, *t FIRST ADDITION Ti %  CARt 'I. CITY, a<. ordlnj to th< 1 *i.i i thereof, recorded In Piai Book Hi ..t Pace i" of the Public Reoordi of Dade County, Florida, Ton ar* required t" file .. reaponalve pleadlni t.. plaintiff* complaint with II,.Clerk ,.i the afi reaald Court. .., >. a topi thereof upon pktlntlfi attorn*) MARTIN FINE, [>ado red rrnl r.uihliiiK. Miami. Florldi nol Lit, i than April 87, IMS, "r .. Decrei Pro Confeaao will he entered asalnal you. DATED March -':'.. IMS. E U LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida is.all B) K M. I.YMAN i ,.|iiit\ Clork MARTIN KINK I. id* Federal Building Miami, Florida ::;l"l ?, N, i 8-9-U IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66316-B IN RE: Eatate % %  < i:\VMi ND MARCUS I ... eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T„ All Creditors and All Paraona Has Ins Clauna Aaalnat Said Estate: sTou are hereby notified and required 10 present any i-lalm* and demands which you may ha\e aaalnai tbe eatate of RAYMOND MARCl'S deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i" the fi unity .ludae* <>f Dade County, an.i file th.aaroe in duidlcata an.i as provided In Section TSS.1C Florida Statute*. In their offlceO in the County Courthouae in Dade County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time ,.f the first publication hereof, or the same will be I. irred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this 11th da) ol March. AH. 1MB. VIVIAN MARCl'S Af Administratrix First pubUcatlon ,,f this notlca on the lth da) "f March, IMS BYRON L. SPARHKR Attorney f.r Admlnlatratrlx Addraai ISO Unooln Road Miami Beach, Florida S/19-26, t'2-f Ti • Si il.l >M< IN T'.M.". Ctit* Si Apt %  "." %  Montreal, ... You, Solon A|i|, rhaura %  b) notified thai r. for Divorce has !....„ n^^ you, and \..,i a i opy ..f your An* OL ihBUI of Con ,.., ,, %  ,,,, u! Htfs attorney, PAll. KWITVI Lincoln Road, M and file the ..i iKlnu inu in the offli Clrcull Court „i das of April, ISM 111,I::, in.-in I.;. ... again*! you I in the Bill of This notli %  Khali i.. uubiaj each week r.r I ,i The JEW ISH I I|:II,U\ DONE AND %  •IIUCKKD i I-1, rid. i. this 17th a; ... M.,.. k I'.':.. B B LBATHKRMAS, i "I. ik. |,,,i. I Seal) il) Deput) I' PAUL KWITNKY Alt..I 11. > I.., Pl IJ-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the tind.-rslicneil, .lesirlnK t., envuxe in Florida, and whereas the proper ,.r.i. L>v*.—iia — >* under the flctltloua name ,,f era of auch cor] itlon did on the DADE ELECTRDNICS -,t 1619 N.W. Slat das of October. A.D IM1. cauae M th Street, Miami Intend! to reglater to be filed in th.offiee • %  ( the •- %  %  ; %  -..,1,1 n ami with the Clerk ,,f the Clr•ry ,,f State ,.f the Btate ol Florida, cu || Court of Dade County, Florida. ., rjertiflcate ol A ndment chancing GUS UPPIT2 corporate name to M6 BBV1LLA. Sole Owner INC., ami whereai %  ten corporation MAHX PABBR lid ,,n th. Mth da) of March, A.l>. Attorney f,,r ApplloaM IN THS CIHCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3161 MARILYN HK.NISK FLEISHMAN Plaintiff STEPHEN ALLBN I'l.l ;isll.\IAN I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO STKI'Hf-N AI.I.KN FLEISHMAN I'.'.r-. Lincoln Way Am.--., low.. You, STEPHEN AIJLEN FLEISHMAN, are hereb) notified thai a complaint f"i divorce habeen filed against you and you are required t.> file v • -iir anawei or other pleadlnp with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ami to aerve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff* Attorney, Nal Rel**, i in.Lincoln Road, Miami i %  • n • %  Florida, no later than the Wth .-.,> ol April, IMS. it you fall lo do BO, a Pro Confeaao will be taken agalnal you foi the relief prayed for in the complaint. DATED this 23rd day ,.i March, 196', i: B LBATHBRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (anal) By: K M I.YMA.N 1,, put) Clerk %  %  -•!. '2--16 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 6C 2174 To Wh,.ni it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the underalgned petitioner, BDWABD PHANCIS RJJaUA by and ihroiush his I moth, r and n,-\l friend, PHYLLIS s I ERNST ulm... reeldenci addi.-s It IM40 ItiAN.Io ROAD, MIAMI HAMi: COCNTY. FLORIDA, In the City of MIAMI. Dade County, Florida, Intend! •.. appl) t.. the Hoaorable Pat Canthe Eleventh Judicial and t-.r Dade County, at in the Cn int) Co,ii t ii,. in al 8:41 ,. A M on the i '.th da) SS131, "f April, r..-.'.. .., a* so..n thereaflea .,.,:., ha may be heard, for an order changing hi.name from EDWARD FRANCIS RRID, to EDWARD FRANCIS i: i: N ST b) win. h name he shall Iher. ; ter be know n Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihla Mth ,ln> of Februai y, A.D 1968 EDWARD FRANCIS RE1D c. titlonei PHYLLIS S ERNST a* mother ..nd next friend of iMuai.i Franc!* Reld, petitioner Maik II Rubin, Tobtn Rubin. Salmon Drucker &• Sou, Attorney! 10*9 Pom •• d. Leon Blvd. Cral (Jablea, Florida JS13I B) MARK ll RUBIN 3/lt-lt-tC, 4/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT) FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCEftl NO. 65C 2024 f THE WILLIAMSIH l'.i;i| SAMSUH BANK Plaintiff, \ s EDM IN It) iRERT l:AVI,K8.*tt| AND — HAVI.KSS. hi-u..i| married, 1 lefendnnt* NOTICE OF SUIT T'' Edwin Rob, i Karl*M m t-ltie 'orpa Reel all Inn Stalka I 171 N.w Federal I Hdlni I I,,I.,.V ette Avi nui I %  • trolt, Mkk |2M an.I ItirlM •rife. If mat rled, Re*l %  ci if Urlni ,.n.l it dead, lie hi ii --. dev i. • -. leisat. %  -. -• slunr.-e. Honor*, creditor*, U oth.-r cbUmunt*. claiming by.tk iiiid.i or agalnsi n nam.-'l defendant* who :,re ,IH VOII are hi i >-li> IKitlfM Hot I above captloned uctiei ha* i-ni -litiite.l again*! >..u in Hit Curt ..f tlie Eleventh Judicial I .,r Florida in and foi l'.„l.I'minaJ foreclose a rnortc -• pen the I i lowing described real property: I...I 2 Block "i FIRST AJJUO I Ti > CAR! 'I. 'IT> '.line to I ; Plat thereof, i. %  • %  I in 11*1 K*l at Pane l* of thi Public i;di4 I lade C it) Fk i ida Von are requ file lea pleading, to iilalntu I cm II i the Clerk of 111* ifi-reaW CoNtl i s. r\.a COD) Iher, attorney MAR'I IN FlNB, !' %  I eral Bids;., U i than Apl %  <* I Pro Collf.-sso W ill % %  Mil DA I" •: 1: Mat K. I: I.KATliKKMAS Clerk ol thi lseal) II): i I teput) %  MARTIN FINE I lade I ederal Miami. Floi Ida, M K '-I !:•*, oauae to be filed in the office "' the Secroutr) of state of the State of Florida, the documentar) authcrlty required under Section fiiii.27. Florida siatut.s. ahowlna the dissolution of ...|, corporation. N,,w. th.-i.for.. th.Becretary of Siate d,,.s hereb) certlfl) to tlw fi redoing and that lie la satisfied thai the inn, inetit* of the law liiiiv been otntilit-d with. IN WITNESS U'llKltKoK, 1 have hereunto eel %  > hand anil barn affixed th. Creat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahi the Capital, thi* tin I'll KN n FOURTH day of MARCH, A.II aid (seal) TOM ADAMS S.-. n-tar> ol State I %  %  MIL' Alnaley Ridg. I U, 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that the underalgned, dealrlng t,> engaca In bualneaa under the flctitloui name ..f MARANT BNTBRPRISES at 44(4 Nautilus Drive, in the City of Miami Florida, intendt,. register said name with the Clerk of thi Cniiiit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1 lated at Miami I tea. Ii. l"th da) Of March. !•;". MARIA ANTONIOI II VRRI /.IKi:i!MI'K AttomS) for Applll ant 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Florida, this SPKIt S/19-21. 4/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2483 EDITH ALICE MURPHY, Plaintiff, v. EDWARD JOHN MI'RPHY, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yon, EDWARD JOHN MURPHY, 244 Walnut Street. 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fewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 14 Miami, Florida, Friday, April 2. 1965 Three Sections — Price ZQe March lacked % ss U.S. IK (JTA) — Fresh Ef Jewish support lor' tittle [or voting rights. bared to the historic irch in Alabama, was meek from many comi HI Massachusetts by Rabbi II. Bruce r • vlabama to join lOrin Lehman, secre tnii %  :n an Jewish Com i legation of the bib %  • and stafl which fctgon prj. They took |nal k i)l the march to %  capital. a nephew of the late tm :• : and Sen, HerIn who.se family orig l in Montgomery. Nearlets and members ol In ,i Q i ii Congress lion-, "i the country refa call from Dr. MarKin Jr.. to join the frch of Orthodox Jewish >ns of America anreation of a special Ion Human Rights with pate aim of aiding Neparts of the country, t'ng the special comesident Moses Feurbree members went to join in the Freedom kmbc ol members of bal Assembly of Greater |il a i rons ol 2.500 Nefhites who marched in lianii in protest the at(ee mi marchers in Solfined 0'Pjqe 3-A Ml 0N KHONISH ponwiJc ri-cogn'fion Approve Plan for First National Study of Jews lav INC KA.VE fu-opc.-in discvss.'ons Go Ida Tells Parliament About Ties JERUSALEM (JTA) IsraeliAmerican relations are good, and CC~Operation between Israel and the United States is "very close." Mrs. Golds Meir, the Foreign Minister. Monday told the Knesset. The recent mission here by W. Averel! llarriman. President Johnson's special emissary, "contributed much to mutual understanding." she declared. She made these statements in the course of a wideranging report to Parliament, to which she presented her Ministry's annual budget. As to other governments — aside from the U.S.A. — she said, there are both understandings and differences stemming perhaps from divergent opinion on how to attain the mutual purposes of Israel and those states which desire peace in this region. "Our views are not always the same in assessing the dangers." She stated. She added that Israel feels that greater pressures exerted against aggressive ness would prevent more B gres on in this area In the Middle East, she affirmed, Israel favors full disarmament unc"er mutual controls. But she urged the powers supplying Egypt's President Nasser with arms to consider the use to which he would make of those military resources. The Middle East remaning piit of the cold war zone enables Nasser to resort to blackmail, she charged. Nasser, she said, is also responsible tor the introduction of modern arms into the area, and he is "gambling" on conflicts in various countries to bolster his position. She warned against the "false atmosphere of relaxation" the ArContinued on Paqe 9-A NEW YOP.K-(JTA>-The Coun cil of Jewish Federations and Weifare Funds approved this week ai a directors meeting a report of its Special Committee on Population Studies recommending the first comprehensive national studs of American Jewry. The board directed that steps be taken to implement a studv design prepared by social scientists over a two-year period. Local and regional studies will be included. Dr. Max w. Bay, ot Los Angeles, a CJFWF \ice president and chairman of the board's committee on the national toundation project, and Dr. Fred Massarik, chairman of the CJFWF Technical Committee on Population Studies reported the plan to the board The CJFWF board also voted for affiliation with the new nonsectarian Citizens Crusade Against Poverty, a broad national Citizen's group under the chairmanship of Walter P. Reuther, president of the United Automobile Workers. The group was established to mobilize widespread and intensive support by developing "non-partisan programs of education and activity designed to eliminate poverty from the life of this nation." Philip Bernstein, executive director n| the CJFWF, reported that American Jews are committed to a poverty struggle which requires total community planning. He informed the board of a series of inter faith consultations, involving leaders of America's three major religious groups, which was organzed two years a 140 and now meets four times a yea,"to look at common problems." Herbert II. Schiff, of Columbus, ().. chairman of the Council's Campaign Services Committee, reported that several Federation Campaigns across the country were now running IS to 20 percent ahead Of I9G4. But he cautioned common. itj leaders to make sure that later sifts continue the pace set by leadership contributions, which are recognized as "the best gilts." Board members applauded the report that B'nai B'rith and its Anti-Defathation League have rejoined the National Community Relations Advisory Council. Stress ing the importance of fullest cooperation in this sphere of activity were Alan V. Lowenstein. of Newark, chairman of the Council's Committee on Cooperation in this field: Dore Senary, of Los Angeles; and Lewis H. Wcinstein, of Boston. The group welcomed a report Continued on Page 16-A r-nii/rBERNSTEIN leadership meetings British Mideast Views Outlined for Eshkol IN MEETINGS WITH WIISON PAGE I2-A LONDON — (JTA) — Prime Min-skiers it .mportant to,the mam ister Harold Wilson, in his meetings tcnance of peace in the area that with Israel's Premier Levi Eshkol since last Thursday, told the Israeli leader that a military balance should be preserved between forces coin,.'rued in the ArabIsraeli disputes, a spokesman tor the Foreign Office declared here. Expressing oppositi n to the arms race is: the Middle East, Mr Wilson also told Mr. Eshkol, according lo the spokesman, that: l) Britain opposes the use of force or the threat of force by any government in the Middle East area. 2) Opposes interferences by any country in the region with the internal affairs en any other country: 3i Opposes encouragement of subversion in the region: -11 Reiterates the British Governments policy to the el fect that all countries have a right to arms for their defense, but conan Arab Israel military balance be preserved, A spokesman for the Government, summarizing Mr. Eshkol's Continued on Page 8-A Erhard's Envoy Maps Final Talks BONN — (JTA' — Dr Kurt Birrenbach, Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's personal emissary, was scheduled to make his third, and probably final visit, to Israel late last week as Bonn's negotiator on West German Israel diplomatic ties Chancellor Erhard said that dip lomritie relations between West Germany and Israel would be es tablished by the federal government "neither with exaggerated haste nor with anj unnecessarj delay." He made the statement at a meeting cf his Christian Democratic faction in the Bundestag, Continued on Page 10-A Mixed Reaction jNoted To Statute Extension AT HELM OF ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION bbi Kronish Heads Drive '•' n Kronish. who has %  MIL, i i |,.i behalf of Israel chairman ol the I Israel Bond Orlouncement of made this J Schwartz. tad ol the nization, and Leonard Rl sen. incumbent Miami 'hairman The appointment of Rabbi Kronish whj has served for the past four years as national Israel Bond chairman for synagogues and tomples, followed conferences with local and national leaders c'uri.ig the recent international Israel Bond inaugural conference i.i Miami. In his capacltj as national chairman for synagogues and temples. Rabbi Kronish has been one ol the hief architects of the recordbreak n. Israel Bend campaigns %  11 the pasl several yearon a national level, as well as in Greater Miami. The Official installation Ol Kab.11 Kronish in his new post will take Continued on Page 14-A fOUR MORE YlAkS BONN (JTA) — Mixed reactions to the Bundestag's vote to extend the statute of limitations tor the prosecution of Nazi war criminals by four and a half years only came here last weekend from Jewish leaders and from organized German trade unions. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, arecp ed the Parliament'*! action "basically." but voiced a reservation Now. he said, "one must wait 1 see what further material on Nazi climes will be found and used DJ German prosecutors." Dr. Hendrick van Dam, general secretary of the Central Council of Jev s in Germany, hailed the "great majority" by which the Rundestaq passed the prolongation of the statute beyond the old tut-off date cf May 8, 1965. RobPAGE 10-A •rl Kempnc, iormer American prcsecutcr at the War Crimes Tribunal conducted by the Allied powers after the war, called the step "a practical solution." But the West German Confederation of Labo r labeled the Parliament action *n "unsatisfactory compromise." Rabbi Joachim Prinz, president ol the American Jewish Congress now visiting West Germany, called 'lie vole "a tragedy for Germany" and told an audience of Berlin Jews that public opinion would be • Ij critical of the decision. He said the proposed extension was "not sufficient." The image of thr .' the orld is id no storm but 1 slight bre :e 1"ne< d 1 Continued on Page 2-A



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April 2, 1965 bnlsHhridicin Page 5 ,S. Arms Assistance to Israel? By BORIS SMOLAR 1. question of whether the Ed States should openly proIsrael with arms will come and more l<> 'he forefront American public opinion, now hi baa been raised by the is%  covernmenl during the talks [h imbassador-at-large Averell bn'an in Jerusalem. It Is no a secret that the United M has been stimulating not vest Germany but also other Lj tries ;,t different times — Imply Israel with arms. It all Ld way back when John Foster IfswasSuMtiary oj State under lident Eisenhower. Itteugh Dulles was no great Id of'Israel, he quietly suggestL Canada thai it sell jets to jol when lluJewish Slate was Ere need I" counteract Egypt's Lisition ol jets from Moscow, [r. the United Stales had given ement to Britain to sell Ceni tanks l Israel, when Israel tc.l such modern tanks to offset [tank power provided by Mos|to Nasser Washington also had Wbing U< do \ut'i the sale by (ice ol Mystere jel fighters to tl. which bolstered Israel's air kr bu il came out that the Bonn jernment has given arms to IsI with Washing) in's blessings. In Liu ol all these facts, the ques1 in the mindof many Ameriis: Why hide behind other [tries in helping Israel to mainI its balance "i aims vis-a-vis W? Why cannot the United it-ell provide arms to Isevery lime Moscow provides to Egypt and other Arab S? The fear that this may annize the Arab rulers has turned to be exaggerated, since it is known thai the Arabs knew Ithe time thai Washington is nng Israel indirectly with dele arms. he Arab rulerhad j;ood reason [to protest against such action. did little to protest even i-t England and France when hold arms tn Israel openly. No r Ithex protest when the late lident Kennedy openly anpeed that the United States dc1 lo sell Hawk missiles to IsTheir protests started with Germany a year after they knew of Bonn's arms deal with Israel, and only because Nasser SOUgbl an excuse to justify his inviting Premier Ulbricht of Communist East Germany on a state visit to Egypt. The considered opinion of some in Washington now is. that open sale of American arms lo Israel would only convince Nasser that running to Moscow for arms will not bring his military strength visa-vis Israel anv further This may lead eventually to an end in the arms race between Nasser and Israel. Incidentally, the United States provides Jordan with arms' openly; why can the same not be done with regard to Israel? Communal Currents: To what extent do Jewish parents in this country demonstrate a desire for their children to acquire knowledge of Jewish matters? To what extent do they want their children to re main Jewish and understand its meaning? A sample survey conducted among parents in an Eastern City with an estimated Jewish population of 80.000 established that 96 percent of the children there between ihe ages ol 6 and 14, receive some kind ol formal Jewish education. This hiith proportion is consistent wilh national trends. The parents, who included Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jews, also indicated the kind of Jewish education their children were receiving. About SI percent ai'/md schools requiring attendance on both weekday afternoons a n d a weekend morning: 27 percent attend Sunday schools only; 16 percent attend an all-day Jewish school; 4 percent weekday afternoons only; and 2 percent have private tutors at home. This is an exceptionally good picture. The parents interviewed were then asked: "How many years of Jewish Schooling would you like your child to have? Two-thirds of them gave figures above five years: 23 percent said "through Bar Milzvah" or "through confirm. ation;" and 6 percent gave figures ranging between one and five years. This throws light on the aspirations of the parents for the Jewish education of their children. However, it is questionable whether many. or most, of these children will be exposed to this much Jewish education. It is considered possible, perhaps even probable, that for a variety of reasons the children will not receive as much Jewish education as their parents would wish ihem lo get. One of the reasons is the yielding by parents and children alike the value of Jewish education lor other values. Russian Echoes: Interest of American Jewry in the late of Jews in Russia has always been great because of the fact that many Jews in th's country have their relatives ] in Russia. This has been the case when Russia was ruled by the Czarisl regime which was outspokenly anti-Semitic; this is the case now when Jews in Russia arc being discriminated against by the Soviet regime. To understand the Russians of yesterday and today one must read "A Short History of the Russian Revolution" by Joel Carmichael, just published by Basic Books, Inc. Mr. Carmichael is one of the outstanding American experts on Russian history. He is also the author of "An Illustrated History of Rusila" which is considered one of the best books dealing with Russia's past and present. His new book. written against the immediate background of the events that brought about the Russian Revolution in 1917. refers, among other things, to the pogrom on Jews in Russia in the pie-Revolution years and notes that "even more recently the Jews are suffering from anti-Semitism in Russia. In presenting 'he ideals, forces and circumstances which led the Russian Revolution, Mr. Carmichael points out that the consequences of this rvolution are being felt today in our daily life. He brings out vividly the evaporation of the Czaris! regime, the emergence of the Kerensky regime which existed for a short lime, and the birth of the Bolshevik regime. The book is extremely well written iiid should be road by everyone. Is [• Is l It. • Congratulations in order? 1rer> go no further! Our expert catering stal Mil arrange your party right down to the last silver ashtray. Engagements, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, BirthdaysDeserve our very special handling. 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April 2 1965 +Jt*lsli ftrricfitn Paqe 9-1 Kss Schneider, [chard Elwood be Married ,.,| \| P> Herbert Schneider, ."-,;,'], si announce the en.;,' ol (heir ci;.uhter. Mari' Richard El wood, son of I Mrs Edward Elwood. of fideolect is a graduate of Uiami Sen or High, where .. membei ol National Hon. ,\ and Thespians. She atSvracus • t niversity and at t j g a .!;; lent at New York Iwood received his degree „miii. : i Syracuse L'ni m l js m attending BrookHe is a member Epsilon P social fraternity. Ess Blum Will >d Gothamite Mid Mrs Hubert D. Blum o Bal Harbour, have anI • ie > %  • %  .. ;ement of their \ May, to Robert Meweiss, s i ol Mr and Mrs. [u< Schneeueis. of New York D ride-tii-be is the grand]|hi %  of Mr. and Mrs. Morti0l \ -hville. Tenn. | i i. graduate of HarJunior Colli je. Byrn Mawr. land ipr I Hy attending the lersit) ol V mi. Her fiance is |,.a ate ol % % %  I niversity of Miami is n' doing graduate tl ere. [June wed ; •: is planned. Fine, Lencz Plan July Rites Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine. 712 Cremona Ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Renee, to Leslie Lencz. son of Dr and Mrs. Erwin Lencz. of Derby, Conn. A graduate of Coral Gables Senior High, the bride-elect is now attending the University of Miami, where she is majoring in elementary education. The future bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, and is now attending University of Miami School of Law. The couple plan to be married on July 11 MARflrN SCHNEIDER richer, Kellner [change Vows former Phyllis R. Kellner Raymond \ Wincher were rieii on Uar. 6, with Rabbi Shapn iciating. ke briile is daughter of Mr. lure. Ma Kellner, 2315 SW Ave. The ri legroom is the (of Mr. and Mrs, Martin WinV IN N'E 17; Ter. pe couple ara now living in In Miami Miss Rubenstein To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubenstein. 1576.i NE loth Ave.. announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Cheryl Bea, to Leslie Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Young. Brooklyn. NY. The couple will be married June 12 at the Barcelona Hotel. Michael Sossin, owner-manager ol the Blackstone Retirement Hotel, celebrated the 73rd birthday of Samuel Rabin, a resident at the hotel, with a recen* party under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund. Seated (left to riqht} are Mrs. Anne Abram, Rabin, and Mrs. B. Lazovic. Standinq (left to riqht) are Mordecai Yardeini and Aaron Blackman. A Jewish National Fund film showing the establishment of new frontier settlements in Israel was featured on the program, in addition to musical offerings by Cantor Yardeini. In addition to Sossin, Arrangements Committee included Simon Tetlenbaum. Aaron Blackman and Mrs. J. Schneider. No Minimum Donation CJA Luncheon NANCY Bll/M }. Adelman Reelecfed fs. William \dclman was relied for a sec md term of office president oi the Jewish War krans of the United States of pica, Miami iieach Auxiliary and was I be installed on reday evening at the American or. Hall DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP |A-1 EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 Judge Spaet To be Speaker Judge Harold Spaet, noted civic leader and jurist who has been for many years a leading figure in Jewish and general community welfare activities, will be guest speaker at a Jewish National Fund Council meeting next Wednesday at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Currently. Judge Spaet is serving on the Circuit Court bench. Mrs. Marion Spear will appear on a musical program, accompanied by Aido Yaslo. Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will report on the recent Purim Seudah. as well as on the forthcoming concert and Foundation supper. Reservations for the Young Women's Division Combined Jewish Appeal No Minimum Donation Luncheon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Tuesday are being made in record number, it was announced by the luncheon co-chairmen, Mrs. William Binder and Mrs. Howard Trim. "Fashions for Living and Giving" is the key theme of the afternoon, which will introduce young women from all parts of Dade County to the program of Combined Jewish Appeal and to the needs of the 41 agencies in the Miami community, in Israel and 27 countries served by the annual campaign. Mr. Richard Litt. chairman of the Fashions for Living presentation, announced that Mrs. Henry Weiss will assist her in the showing of at-home fashions and casual clothes from Mister Pants. Mrs. Thomas Gerard, a member o: the Young Women's Division. v. ill provide the commentary for the fashion show. Mrs. Gerard is actively associated with the "Women of the Yea r" presentation, which was written by Trixie Levin. and which tells the story of CJA in song and in rhyme Parts Ol this show will be highlighted during the luncheon program. Volunteer models for the Fashions for Living presentation include Mesdames Barry Garber, Larry Markman, Howard Fischer. Donald Rose. Martin Zweig, B. J. Layne. 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April 2. 1965 -Jewisfi fk>ridiar Page 13-A B-G for Friendship With Bonn HAMBURG -(JTAi — David : Ben-Gurion, Israel's former Prime 11 Minister, greeted the forthcoming I establishment of diplomatic rela, tions between Israel and West i Germany, declaring "I am for reci onciliation with Germany because i one can not undo the past." His statement on the new devel[ I opments in Bonn-Jerusalem rela' tions appeared in an interview in Der Spiegel, the mass circulation, : illustrated German weekly. "I believe," he continued, "that today there it a Germany different from the one of the past. I do not believe the Nazis could return in Germany today. Of course, I could never forget what happened, because it happened to my own family — since all Jews are one big family. Neither I, nor anybody else, can forget what happened to 6,000,000 Jews. But that is past, and others are living today, and they are not Nazis but people like ourselves." He emphasized that he favors not only reconciliation between the State of Israel and the German Government but also rapprochement between the Israeli people and the German people. Asked what Germany's best contribution could be toward Israel's security, he replied: "In my opinion, arms deliveries." He noted that the West German Government is not inclined to accept that opinion, but he reiterated his own view on the subject, emphasizing that he was speaking "as a private citizen" and not as a representative of the Israel Government, of which he is not a member, km %  J oseph Murphy, of the City of Coral'Gobies, recently mayors of all leading Dade County municipalities in ng last month as. "Combined Jewish Appeal Accepting the proclamation from Mayor Murphy at a Commission meeting on Mar. 9 were Mr. and ,scar Zeltzer, of Coral Gables, members of the Board vernors oi *.he Greater Miami Jewish Federation and L na longtime community leaders in behalf of the drive I agencies in the Greater Miami community, in Israel, I other count!ies overseas. Post Sets Joint Installation L Posl and Miss Freda Feingold, of Miami f h War Vet Beach, will be inst i president hoi a :; : h i 1 ''^' Auxiliary. 1I a d Rosofsk) of Miami, will be I ailed for his third term as Wall. nmander. opportunity does knock twice! When opportunity first knocked with tha announcement Treasure House North wai near completion, the response was overwhelming! Practically overnight, all the apartments were rented and we had to turn many of you away. Now the new 10-story Treasure House South is announcing a November 1965 occupancy • • • the same luxurious waterfront living... the same moderate rentals for efficiencies, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments •••the same wonderful Treasure Island location on Biscayne Bay... and all the other features that made Treasure House Nortn an immediate success... knock, knock... it's TREASURE HOUSE SOUTH WATERFRONT RENTAL APARTMENTS 7501 EAST TREASURE DRIVE TREASURE ISLAND, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 865-7441 Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size aparfments free central air conditioning and heating large private terraces ... all walk-m closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathroc n s. 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 St. 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 | # ft# monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deiuxe Sludio Apartments from $131 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTERI ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N. E. 33ri ST MIAMI. FLORIDA • PH. FR 3-3103