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

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

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"Jewish Floxddian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
3;) Number 15
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 9, 1965
Four Sections Price 20
ope Paul Revises Old Prayer on Jews
CONVERSION PI FA CHANGED PAGE 11-A
NOT IN THEIR BEST INTERESTS' MACARTHUR
\tate Dep't. Says We Should
mm Soviet Jewish Plight
Islington uta> The
rfocs m>t believ
L'nito States Governmen1
nvolve itsell directly with
ithorin.'. on the problem
l ., jev:.. the Deparlmenl
. rme | M u g h Scott,
.mi.! Republican.
Scotl resp inded with a
charge that '"our government is ed out that "in the past. Soviet
shirking its responsibility in this I officials hove reacted unfavorably
area." He criticized the state De-
[oly
farts
rext
Dug
t Massada
partment [or opposing the Ribicofl
amendment which would have con-
demned Soviet antlSemitism.
The White House asked the
State Department to respond to
Sen. Scott on the request or
Philadelphia area citizens that
the Government take more overt
action to help Soviet Jewry.
Douglas MacArthur, 2nd, Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Con-
gressional Relations wrote Sen.
Scott about the government's la-
test assessment of the situation
of Russian Jews.
to criticism by foreign government
cjgans or official representations
on matters which the Soviet Gov
ernment considers to be Soviet in-
teroal affairs."
The Assistant Secretary ol State
told Senator Scott that the State
Department "has found on the basis
ol repeated experience that the
most serious official representa-
tions which officials f our govern-
ment have made in the past at
i a government-to-government level
had been rejected by Soviet lead-
ers as interference in Soviet in-
ternal affairs."
A recommendation was again
ROMK Pope Paul VI declared
here Sunday, while delivering his
Passion Sunday Lenten sermon,
thai Christ had been killed by the
lews, but thai the .lews did not
know who Jesus was. He empha-
sized lhat Christ himself "did not
curse those who crucified Him. but
invoked the father's forgiveness
because they did not know what
"ley were doing."
The Pontiff took as his theme,
in conducting a large outdoor mass,
the Passion Sunday Gospel which
tells of Christ talking with the Jew-
ish teachers in Jerusalem w h o
doubted his divinity and who "took
up stones against him."
Pope Paul called the Gospel "a
grave and sad page because it
narrates the conflict, the claih be-
tween Jesus and the Hebrew
people, a people predestined to
await the Messiah but who, just
at the right moment, not only did
not recognize Him but fought
Him, abused Him and finally kill-
ed Him."
Referring to the killing of Christ
as that absurd tragedy of the tailed
recognition." Pope Paul accord
ing to the official transcript of his
sermon provided here Monday by
the Vatican's organ. Osservatorc
Romano asked: "Why does the
Lord find so many enemies? Wh>
Continued on Page ISA
UN Parley Hears Plea
Against Religious Bias
RED BLOC COOPERATION URGED PAGE 7-A
OR. PER1ZWEIG IN APPEARANCE PAGE I3-C
made by the State Department that
"As stated In this assessment," private individuals and org \ir. MacArthur said, "the Depart- ,;_, displeased by Soviet policies GENEVA (JTA) Israel Su- should never again be allowed to
men! does not believe that formal affecting Jews continue to voice preme Court Justice Maim Cohen, bring suffering to mankind.
>ALEM JTA Frag-
(he Ion t lost Hebrew orig
the B> k "I Jubilees, an
I version ol portions oi
il i>i Genesis, have been
the '.. .i\ at ions at Mas-
stronghold near the Dead
e the last Jewish defend-
out ....a'list Ihe Romans
ist centni > ol the Com-
emem ol the new find
this pek bj Dr. Yigael
ebreu ('Diversity arehaeol-
direct.ii- ol the current ex
which are being conclud.
i>0X
:ook ol Jubilees, which had
available until now only
11 Ethiopic translation of a
txt, c*eals with episodes
-e time of creation until
[c :dus from Egypt. The frag-
1 'ound at Massada relate the
- -.1 the Archangel of Hatred
hrow Moses.
.oveinmcnMo-government protests thcjr views in appeals to world pub-
over the situation of the Soviet ]jc opinion. "We hope that world
lewish community are in the best
interests of Soviet Jews." He point- Continued on Page 6-A
German
Meeting
Chancellor In
With Dr. Prinz
By Special Report
DUSSELDORF, Germany
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard prom-
ed the president ol the American
Jewish Congress this week that
West Germany's diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel would be "more
than a formality."
Dr. Joachim Prinz. who heads
the American Jewish organization.
said after his meeting with Dr. Er-
hard that he believed Israel could of Tunisia.
for the exchange of ambassadors
between West Germany and Israel.
Following his talks with the
Chancellor, Dr. Prinz expressed
the hope that Bonn's new rela-
tionship with Israel would have
a moderating effect on Arab be-
ligerence toward Israel
He added that West Germany's
new role in the Middle East mighl
give support to Arab moderates
such as President Hablb Bourguiba
a member of the United Nations
Human Rights Commission, out
lined at length at the commission's
annual meeting here the discrim-
inations being practiced by Soviet
authorities against Russian Jews
Justice Cohen spoke on the draft
before the commission against all
forms of religious intolerance. He
said the greatest achievement mi
bud.ed in (lie dralt was that it cov-
ered theistic. non-theistic and
atheistic beliefs to ensure that dis
re :ani of the freedom of religion
He insisted that the intolerance
Inherent in any religion was
also inherent in the belief that
no religion can be true. He
quoted the Marxist dogma that
"religion is the opium of the
masses." It was a matter of
"bitter and fateful tragedy" he
continued, that the Jewish peo-
ple and the Jewish religion were
the main and "quite hopeless"
victims of maniacal religious
Continued on Page 8-A
expect political support from West
recenl discovery at the is.tiTnMi ti.. h-ul
collection of 53 shekels Germany once diplomatic ties had
!>een established.
:=ntinued on Page 2-A --------,..,............ |u)w ,,,,. way
Dr. Erhard told Dr. Prinz that
he alone had taken the decision to
si ek full (
Spain Denies Charge
Of Shippers in Israel
STEPS Will BE TAKEN PAGE 9-A
By Special Report
Negotiations are
s
-*1

Israeli merchant ships, as claimed
by the shiners ol that nation."
WASHINGTONInformation De- Declares the report: "Israeli
liplomatic relations with l)ai|lllt.nt of the Embassy ol Spain hips lor some time have been
Israel "without any outside eonsid- Wasnington DC revealed this calling at the ports of Malaga and
erations except that of conscience. that reports originating in Palma de Mallorca. without pre-
' lerusalem regarding Israeli ships viously requesting permission from
The Chancellor added that he took
a great deal ol pride in the deci-
sion.
The Jewish leader expressed his
disappointment thai the West Ger-
man Parliament had extended the
Continued on Page 7-A
lhat have been refused port ser-
vices in Spain are arousing con-
siderable surprise in Madrid
According to the report. "Span
ish eudes explain that govern-
mental authorities have not
changed their procedure regarding
Spanish authorities and without
meeting consular and customs re-
quirements which are normal for
vessels of all nations and common
practice lor all world shippers
"As long as Israeli vessels lim-
12-A
Continued on Page
Erhard Happy With Move
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard promises Dr. Joachim
president of the American Jewish Congress that West
y's diplomatic relations with Israel will bo "more than
' ality." Following a private meetina with Dr. Erhard in
' lorf. Dr. Frinz expressed hope tha'. Bonn's new relation-
K ith Israel would have a moderating effect on Arab
N-~ercmce toward Israel.
B INN (JTAi Chancellor l.ud
wi8 Erhard told the German peo
pie, in a nationwide television
broadcast last w.ek-nd. that he
was "verj glad" he had decided to
establish diplomatic relations with
Israel. "1 took that decision all
by myself," he declared. Utei
all, 86 other stales also recognize
Israel, and the Arabs no not find
this out of order. The Arab ex-
citement (over this step) will dis-
appear in due course."
West Germany has meanwhile.
mdertaken a "behind lh( scenes"
nethod for continuing economic
rd to Egypt, which the Bonn Goa
eminent had announced recently
it would halt, the Sunday Tele-
graph reported in London from
Bonn
According to the newspaper,
German aid would continue
through industrial loans to be
extended to Egypt by the Her-
mes Insurance Organization, in-
stead of directly from the Gov-
ernment. In return, the Bonn
disp.itch stated, Egypt has oro
mised not to extend recognition
to Communist East Germany,
and not to confiscate West Ger-
man property in Egypt.
Other dispatches, received here
From Cairo, reported that Egypt
has agreed not to recognize East
Germany for fear thai, il it did.
about 400 West German rocket and
jet aircraft scientists, now working
Continued on Page 5-A


rage 2-A

T to Launch $2.5 Million Campaign
At Annual Dinner Meeting Here Sunday
director views the v program ... page jo-a
\ campaign t-r two and a hall
million dollars for throe new fa-
c titles for the YM-YWHA of Great-
Miami will be launched at the
. initial dinner meeting of the "Y"
on Sunday evening at the central
building, 8500 SW 8th St., it was
Dounced bj Herschel Rosenthal,
I esident.
The new facilities planned by the
Y Development Fund Steering
Committee, u n d r t*e chairman-
lip of Leo Kaplan, include build-
i .ys in the North Dade and Miami
ei eta areas, ill addition to the
central "Y" recently acquired
t irough the purchase of the for-
westbrooke Country Club.
Sam Seitlin will serve as din-
ner chairman. The evening will
begin at 6 p.m., with a recep-
tion, and dinner will be served at
6:30 p.m. The annual meeting
will be conducted starting at
":30 p.m. Stanley C. Myers, past
president of the "Y" and of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will be toastmaster.
Greetings will be given by Gen.
Z. A. Evans, board chairman of
the United Fund, and Sidney Lef-
court, president of the Federa-
tion.
New officers and hoard mem-
bers will be elected to serve for
the coming year. Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am.
+Jmlstifk>rkfan
will deliver the invocation, while
Rabbi Samuel April. Temple Or
Olom. will offer the benediction.
Serving on the Dinner Commit-
tee with Seitlin are A. Budd Cut-
ler, honorary president, Mr- In
ing Denmark. Mr. and Mrs Jacob
Katzman. Norton Pallot. Mrs.
Donald Rieff. Mrs Sam Seitlin and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
jralay. April 9,
Regional Bible Contest Here
ADL Director
To be Speaker
At Temple Judea
Following worship services on
Friday, at 8:15 p.m.. Temple Judea
will play host at a Discussion Sab-
bath to Irwin Schulman, director
of the Florida Regional office of
the Anti-Dcf:imation League of
B'nai B'rith
Schulman has been connected
with the ADL since 1956. when at
the age of 27 he was appointed as-
sistant director of the Leagues
Atlanta office. Prior to that, he did
graduate work and taught at the
Universities of North Carolina and
Hawaii.
Since coming to the ADL. Schul-
man has played a leading role in
the civil rights struggle in the
South. From 1957 to 1964. he was
ADL director in N e w Orleans,
w here he was responsible for the
League's program in Arkansas.
Louisiana and Mississippi, and
was involved in combating both
anti-Semitism and race hatred in
the Little Roek. New Orleans and
Jackson, Miss., crises
Listed in 'Who's Who in the
DOUBLE UNVEJUNG
HARRY GORDON and mother ADELE GORDON
The Dedication of Monuments to the Memory
of the late
HARRY GORDON
and mother
ADELE CORDON
will take place on
Sunday, April 11th, at 1 p.m.
at the Family Plot in M*. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to attend.
Blockstone Now Kosher
Retirement 'U' Hotel
By GERALD
The I II .
i -- long a Miami B >ach
mark will be converted into ;i
completely kosher retirement ho-
tel on Passover eve, April 16.
Announcement of the grand open-
ing of the Blackstone featuring
two all-new kitchens with the most
modern of stainless steel equip
ment was made jointly by Dr.
Michael Sossin. owner and oper-
ator, and by the Union of Ortho-
dox Congregations of America.
The "U" as th Union is
popularly known will provide
full kashruth supervision with
a resident mashgiach.
Diabetic and salt-free diets will
be available as the famed Black-
stone enters another milestone. It
was just 10 years ago that the
famed hostelry was converted into
a retirement hotel by Dr. Sossin.
Regional finalist examination for
the National Bible Contest was
held at the offices of the Bureau
of Jewish Education on Mar 28
Winner of the Regional Contest
will enter the National Contest in
New York City on Sunday. May 2
First prize will be a free trip to
Israel this summer.
Regional contest is under the
directfin of Louis Schwartzman.
executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and Herbert Zvi
Bergcr. associate director.
Finalists included Herbert Shi
mek. Beth Torah: Michael Barth.
Beth Torah: Marty Bi|skf, .
brew High School: AlanJ
Temple Israel: Harry Weii
brew Acaderm
Henrietla Langer, Beth I
Marilyn Langfeld. Tempi*
Dan Margulis. Temple
Sharon Leopold. Beth Torjh
Tony Sal/man. Temple
Joan Lehrman, Adath Yes-
Laura Leven. Temple hrae*
da Cohen. Temple IsrSel- d
Azula>. Hebrev Aoadenn
David Skup Adath Ye
Marcia Cypen, Beth Daviifl
Greenberg, llebiew Acaden,!
South and Southwest." Schulman
has also served as a consultant on
intergroup relations to the Nation
al Council of Churches of Christ
in the U.S.A. and the United States
Air Force.
Schulman will talk on "Now Will
You Join the John Birch Society'.'''
A question and answer period will
follow.
Holy Text
Fragment Fuond
At Massada
Continued from Page 1A
and hall shekels which, together
with the 1" found lasl year, consti-
tute the largest single groub known
l<> exist and the onl> ones in u def-
inite singlj archaeological level
which confirms their dating at be-
B6 i" t:; Common Era. Sum-
marizing the results f the excava-
tions. Dr. Yadin reported thai a
total of 3.000 coins were found at
the site as well as more than 1,000-
000 potter) 11 ments
One of the fortn ss mysteries
til'. D Yadtn pointed out. was
:ho fact that only 28 skeletons have
been found of the 970 defender.-.
known to haVe died al the site
He said I 0 cubic meters
"i earth and stone ted in
the i ourse <>f the 11 months ol ex
cavation which uncovered aboul
hi miles ol walls and many build-
SCHWARTZ
a member of the official Florida
Commission on Agi
Dr. Sossin, past president of
Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood
and past president of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, is
active in numerous local and na-
tional Jewish and Zionist organ-
izations.
A specialist in the field of social
gerontology, he will continue his
personal supervision of all activ-
ities at the Blackstone.
fhe remainder of the hotel is
undergoing a complete refurb-
ishing, with the large and hand-
some lobbies already repainted
and refurnished.
Traditional seders will be con-
ducted during Passover, as the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel joins
in the yearlong, gala celebration
of Miami Beach's fun filled 50th
anniversary .Adv.
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April 9, 1965
+JewJsfi ncrldllan
Paqe 3-A
i!'
,ers 0| the Printing Group of the General Services Division,
ifiS Combined Jewish Appeal, meet with Division Chairman
Wexler and Printing Chairman Arthur D. Weiss at the
^deration Board Room to plan their campaign. Left to right
. Sheldon Weiss, co-chairman. Printing Division; Arthur D.
tfeiss chairman, Printing Division; and Irving Wexler, chair-
on> Geneial Services Division._________________________________
:al Leaders to Examine Soviet Jewish
light at Temple Israel Meeting Apr. 15
conference <>f local Jewish 'The Passover season is an ap-
dcrship "ill examine the plight propriate time for us to look to our
line Soviet Jews on Thursday responsibility for those Jews who
L 15 at 8 p.m. iare denied not only their cultural
temple Israel will be the meet- heritage but indeed their lives."
place of the presidents of, Rabbi Kronish said. "This year the
cat Jewish organizations and Soviet had indicated that matzohs
iteration Board of Governors would be baked, but already there
will view The Price of Si- are reports that in only a few
H," a documentary film, and areas is this true."
hear Henry Sieyman, head of. Local organizations represented
^rams and activities in inter-, m the South Florida Conference
portal developments of the Na- on Soviet Jewry are American
111 Community delations Advis-. Jewish Committee, American Jew-
Council, discuss the current jsh Congress. American Zionist
lation. Council, B*nai B'rith ADL. Far-
u,au band Labor Zionist Order. Greater
Biegm.n represent NCRAC on Miamj Jcwjsh FcdcraUon- Hadas.
sah, Jewish War Veterans. Miz
rachi. National Council of Jewish
Women, Pioneer Women, Rabbini-
cal Association of Greater Miami.
Union of American Hebrew Con-
: gregations. United Synagogue of
i America. Zionist Organization of
prior lo joining N'CRAC. Sieg- America.
served as executive director
Ithe American Association for
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Pre-Possover
Reading
This week's edition of The
Jewish Floridian carries ad-
vertising and reading matter
pertinent to the pre-Passover
season in Sec. A through D.
For your information, be sure
to see these interesting holi-
day features and announce-
ments.
Rabbi Narot Will
Speak to Lodge
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple
Israel, will be principal speaker
at the annual installation dinner of
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith on May 2 at the DiLido
Hotel.
Judge Jason M. Berkman. Jus-
i tice of the Peace for Dade Coun-
ty's Fifth District, will serve as
master of. ceremonies. George J.
iTalianoff. a past president of the
lodge and former state chairman
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. will act as, installing
officer.
Joseph L. Goodman will be in-
stalled as president, succeeding
Gerald Schwartz. Irving Schatz-
man has been reelected honorary
life president.
Members of the dinner commit-
tee for the kosher function, which
is open to the community, include
Schatzman. Goodman, Schwartz.
Samuel Weiner. past president,
and secretary. Samuel Pascoc.
Conference of Presidents of
jor American Jewish Organi-
lions and has served as chair-
in of the Committee on Com-
fnity Follow-Up of the Ameri-
Jewish Conference on Sov-
Jewry.
Temple lion Sisterhood
The 1965 donor dinner dance
sponsored by Temple Zion Sister-
hood is stated for Saturday, evn-.j
ing at the Seville Hotel. Chairing
the affair are .Mrs. Jesse Teitier '
and Mrs. Albert Lynn.
Bundestag Chief
Won't Explain
Directors Past
BONN(JTA) Dr. Eugcn Ger-
stenmaier. president of the Bunde-
stag, the lower House of Parlia-
ment, has rejected charges of the
Organization of Persecuted Nazi
Victims, an alleged Communist
group, that Bundestag Director
Hans Trossman ever worked with
the Nazi authorities as an admin
istrator in the Lodz ghetto. "The
Bundestag will not permit certain
political circles to maintain a def-
amation campaign against person-
alities with the sole purpose of un-
dermining the free part of Ger-
many and to smear it before the
world." Dr. Gerstenmaier said.
Mr. Trossman confirmed the
. fact that he worked as a govern-
I ment councillor from the end of
1940 until 1943, and later as top
government councillor for the ad-
ministration department, which
checked prices in Lodz. In that
: connection, he said, he also had
something to do with administra-
tion of the ghetto, but "never put
a foot inside the ghetto."
Meanwhile, Herbert Blanken-
horn, newly-appointed. West Gar-
' man Ambassador to Britain, ar-
rived in London on Tuesday to
take up his post and refused to
discuss an allegation that he had
been a "nominal" member of
, the Nazi Party during the Hitler
regime. "There is no need," he
said, "for me to give any ex-
planation about my background.
Anyone who has lived in Ger-
many during the last 20 years
knows exactly what I have been
and what I have dome."
Tom Driberg. a Labor member
, of Parliament, made the Nazi
. membership charge against Mr.
Idle East Studies, a national
I organization that spon-
bd studies and research on the
Idle East in American colleges
univi iii He i isited Is-
and the Arab countries last
fcth.
abbi Leon Kronish, chairman,
hh Florida Conference on Sov-
[Jewry, described this as the
ol events designed
bring to the attention of the
! Jewish and nun Jewish corn-
he continuing maltreat-
bt of Jews in Russia despite the
Bsional reports irom that gov-
ment that such is not the
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Friday. April 9, 1965
7 Nisan 5725
Volume 38
Number 15
The Statute Has
Not Been Extended .
A clarification of basic procedure
is necessary in describinq the West
German move with respect to the
prosecution of Nazi war criminals.
Despite world pressure, which had
been mountinq during the past few
months, Bonn did not in fact, extend
the statute of limitations, as is beinq
superficially reported. What really
occurred was this: The Bundestaq,
the lower house of the West German
Parliament, merely voted to a!*9r the
date on which the statute of limita-
t.ons qoes into effect.
Under ordinary circumstances, the
statute would become operative en
May 8, 1945, twenty years after Nazi
Germany capitulated to the A!
The bill the Bundestaq accepted
simply declares that the statute of
limitations instead went into affect
on December 31, 1949, when the Fed-
eral Republic reqained its sov-
ereiqnty.
Hence, the statute is still leqally
bindinq throuqh 1969.
This must be clearly understood
in any intelliqent assessment of the
West German reaction to the risinq world pres-
sure for extension of the statute. Many Ger-
mans have been bitterly opposed to alteration
of the expiration date. Minister of Justice Ewald
Bucher resiqned in anqry response to the Bun-
Rabbi Kronish's Role
Announcement of the appointment of Rabbi
Leon Kronish as new chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization bodes well
for the organization in its programs during the
year ahead.
Rabbi Kronish, a lifelong and ardent Zion-
ist whose profound interest in the State of Israel
was immediately manifest with the establish-
ment of the State, has an enviable record of
leadership and achievement both locally and
nationally.
Active for many years in Israel Bond af-
fairs here, his assumption of the helm of the or-
ganization is a fitting tribute to his endeavor
as a rabbi and an active participant in the af-
fairs of his community and country.
Rabbi Kronish's appointment symbolizes
the increasing extent to which our spiritual
leaders are expressing themselves and offerinq
their knowledqe and capabilities, not alone in
their pulpits, but to the civic, welfare and phil-
anthropic activities of our city, as well.
Rabbi Kronish has amply demonstrated his
leadership qualities in all these areas. His
latest appointment is not only a tribute to him,
but a promise to the community of a job well
done.
destaq's leqal jugqling of the still-unchanged
statute.
On the one hand, it is true that expiration
would permit many criminals now living in
concealment either in Germany or abroad
finally to emerge with impunity. On the other,
from a purely objective point of view, it is un-
derstandable that the Federal Republic and
many of its citizens clearly regard expiration
aa one more sign of flight from the past and
as a socially acceptable form of expiation <>i
guilt
To the Germans, extension of the statute
would clearly and simply mean extension of
their period of penance. We, of course, join
with the forces of outraged world opinion that
consider it impossible for Nazi war criminals
ever to be freed from the burden of their hein-
ous deeds by the mere passing of time.
It is unhappy enough that only four and
a half more years could be wrested from the
Federal Republic in the matter of prosecuting
these criminals. The unhappiness should not
be compounded by the failure to understand
that there has been no extension of the statute
of limitations, but some legal maneuvering in-
stead.
Study of U.S. Jewry
We must applaud the decision by the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds to approve the first comprehensive na-
tional study of American Jewry.
The project will be undertaken by the
Council's Special Committee on Population
Studies.
The American Jewish community has been
growing rapidly in its organized endeavor.
Unfortunately, we have had to rely all too often
on the statistics of individual organizations
with respect to population figures and other
significant data.
These, at best, give an unobjective view of
a truer picture that the CJFWF study will hap-
pily uncover through the two-year research
of its social scientists.
The Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, the overall coordinating body
of federations throughout the nation, is distinct-
ly fitted to the task ahead.
Diplomatic Understanding
The "basic exchange of views" between
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and British
Prime Minister Harold Wilson tells us little
about what in fact was discussed between the
two leaders.
Nevertheless, it is interesting enough to
note that the two diplomats did come together,
for it demonstrates so precisely what the course
of history can do in the matter of reconcilinq
two previous antagonists.
The Suez-Sinai campaign of 1956-57 of
course brought Britain and Israel together in
an even more profound way. Fundamentally,
however, this was Britain's final effort to regain
a lost foothold in the Middle East.
The Eshkol-Wilson meeting went beyond
that. If England is not yet entirely reconciled
to her non-existent role in Israel's part of the
world, she at least shows greater diplomatic
cordiality toward the nation whose emergence
she so bitterly opposed.
Now that the meeting is concluded, it would
be interesting to speculate on the manner of
a non-Laborite Prime Minister: what differences
there might have been or if, in fact, Mr. Eshkol
and a Tory occupant of No. 10 Downinq Street
might have met at all.


__________________ Friday, April
Behind the Scenes 0f|
The Birchers Today
By BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN
National Director, Anti Defamation League of B'nij R' M
A NEW YORK TIMES reporter who followed Robert Wei
** der and head of the right-wing John Birch Societv on
the South noted that Mr. Welch tends to be touchy while h*
At one meeting, the reporter said, an attendant paced about
ing for a physician in the audience. Mr. Welch stopped his tri?"
asked why the man was "walking around like that Befor
could answer, Mr. Welch told his audience that thi- kind of H'
tion was a typical "dirty Communist trick."
It so happens, according to the Times reporter the at
was looking for a doctor.
That's the way it goes with 64 year-old Robert Welch
Carolina-born, former vice president of the welch Candy Co
which, his brother and-T0r#pBr-preside4it, James 0. W'Vk-h. hJ*
clear, does not share his viewpoint. Robert Welch describe/
self as the "hardboiled. dictatorial, and dynamic boss" ol the <
he founded in Indianapolis in December, 1958. One ol ;he mJJu
things about Welch is that he always appears jeric and oft*
pears intelligent. The individual words he utters in his drj fjj-
sound all right, and sometimes whole phrases mak< sense, it *
haps, his mathematics that is off: in his world, two a: i iwo someti
add up to three, sometimes to five, virtually nevei th.-mmm
HIS BtSTKNOWN TAKGIT IS IKt
WELCH'S STATED PURPOSE is fighting
" back Communism In the United Stati
tually overwhelmed us. His methods, beliefs, i
udices can i nly cause concern nr an
enge -n
Pi rhap ; the best
ii i hi ha -
scioi
i *
tQ.be i

r en Turn nine, a pul
he Politician,' a Welch opus i
; ron, as-hit Kampf."
In fact, attacks en the reading of the Nev .
are not adequate examples of the depth ol Birchiti>
Tex., several j i, a local dm mber of the J n Bird
took out after a book discussing Plato that her nd on a
high school library shelf. "1 can't help but believi thai this |
ideas in "The Republic! is one reason we have go ny sex nw
walking around.", she said.
She had good precedent for expecting action on her protest
had earlier attacked a book called "Living Biographies of Reft
Leaders," and the local school superintendent at first said he
burn the book but later just removed it from the shelves.
STATISTICS JUST AMN'T AVAILABU
IN HIS "BLUE Book of the John Birch Society.' a ramblisj
page volume of history, neo-history. poetry, and planning ib
a transcript of the two-day lecture he gave at the founding sea
Founder Welch itiic title is self-designated and ah.ays used
the capital "^*yTs dazzlingly iconoclastic:
"The John Birch Society is to be a monolithic body. A rq
lican form of government or organization has many attractions i
advantages, under certain favorable conditions. But under
happy circumstances it lends itself to readily to infiltration, i
tion, and disruption. And democracy, of course, in govemmwl1
organizations, as the Greeks and Romans both found out, and asl
believe every man in this room clearly recognized democracy
merely a deceptive phrase, a weapon of demagoguery. and a |
nial fraud The John Birch Society will operate under compltf
authoritative control at all levels ."
There is no telling exactly how many people in the United SUIJ
subscribe to this theory and type of organization. The John r
Society has been semi-secret, and its reliance on the use of I
groups is acknowledged by the Founder. Mr. Welch declines to I
the numerical strength or financial organization of ihe Society'
the grounds that "no organization does." (Many do.i However,r
of several U.S. congressmen-members says that it has about
men and women nationally, with California and Texas as retaW
hotbeds of Birchitis. Dues are $24 a year for men. S12 fr.**V
Less government and no income taxes are anum- the SoeiPq
favorite themes in its efforts to stop Communism. .
The campaigns have many pet targets. A constant one B
preme Court Justice Earl Warren. The Birch Society is all **1
his impeachment. Welch doesn't like him. he says becauseM
"has taken the lead in converting this country to d< mocracy.
rights campaign.- are also part of the Communist i-'-M-pracy. wg
believes. In "The White Book of the John Birch Society **JjV
collection of the Society's monthly bulletins. Welch warns thatwi
of the Protestant clergy is a menace to America: "For as long H
church gives moral and financial support to the National *-M |
Churches, as the Council is run today, you arc helping the <
a plot; s>"
As the Com"
fLUOMDATION Of rVATH A HOT
THE ENEMY IS everywhere. Fluoridation of water is
' is legislation calling for registration of guns. "As
ists get ever nearer to taking us over ... the pressure for
arms legislation grows stronger," Welch says, calling for P
to "these long-range. pro-Communist plans to deprive us o ^
to whatever extent they can." The conventional notion,
tration of guns helps keep them out of the hands of en
criminals, never seems to have occurred to him. ^
At his 1958 inner-circle session in Indianapolis. )fj^|
clear that he had little confidence in American I'"1'11" trJ
"Put not your faith in politicians," he repeated, but he ne Mjgj
hope by saying "we shall have to use politicians, suppo"EJTjL
create politicians ." Welch called Richard Nixon "one oi ^
shrewdest, most disingenuous and slipperiest pohticia
American scene. romiW^
"I think Nixon could become a very patriotic 8n"V. ^oo
we could create circumstances in which it would be sina ^^
be one." he said of a man whose career, for a decade n ^
leitmotif his professional and personal war on t0","u"kjn8 thil
dismisses Nelson Rockefeller as being committed to mw ,
ted States part of a "one-world socialist government.


riday. APril 9'
1965
+Jewlst) ncridfiae?
Page 5-A
m Luby Sr. Becomes Temple Israel's
Ith Prexy Succeeding Harold Thurman
U Luby S became the 24th
r ,,, of Temple Israel of
tatcr Mia"" M a result f S*
.,;., Wednesday night at the
i annual meeting of Greater
toi's second oldest synagogue.
fsucceed> HaroJd Thurman, who
Vl t years at the helm of
Reform Jewish congregation.
Lo elected al the meeting were
Iron M Behrman, Elliott D. Blu-
Inthal. Nathan S. Gumemck and
Ivid Hochberi. vice presidents;
Irence E. Singer, secretary-; J
L a Garfield. treasurer; Ar-
i P Rosen, financial secretary^
ii (rupees for two years. Jesse
Leihoff. Maurice Cromer, Dr.
j. Furtong. Lewis Gorfine,
George Graham. Melvin
Len K. J. Harris, Robert B. Roe-
sing, Richard Gerstein, Herbert
I Paige, B. B. Goldstein. Louis Wolf-
son II, Robert L. Turchin, Myron S.
Zeientz, Abe C. Fine, David R. Rif-
as and Henry E. Wolff.
Luby, a member of the congre-
gation since he moved here from
Denver in 1939, if active in the
community. A founder of Mount
Sinai Hospital, he is vice presi-
dent of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, a member of the Citiiens
Board of the University of Mi-
ami, founder-member of West-
view Country Club, active in the
, Jewish Federation and a director
of the City National Bank.
i
He is chairman of the board of
I Luby Enterprises, Chevrolet deal-
|ers in Miami, New York, Balti-
Erhard Glad He Moved
For Relations With Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
in Egypt on sophisticated weapons
aimed ultimately for war against
Israel, might leave Egypt.
A spokesman for a major West
German aircraft manufacturing
firm reported that a large number
of West German scientists and en-
gineers, working in Egypt on wea-
pons, aircraft and missiles, had
sought recently to return to West
Germany.
Hans Pasche, manager of the
United Aeronautical Works in Bre-
men, made that statement but de-
clined to give any figure on the
number of such experts wishing to
return home. Meanwhile, the Junk-
ers Aircraft and Machine Works in
Munich announced it had already
hired a number of West German
missile experts who did not want
to extend their contracts with the
Nasser regime. )
winations Mount for Outstanding
ifaens Award as Apr. 17 Deadline Nears
Jade Count> Outstanding Citi-
a Award presentation luncheon
i been set tor Wednesday noon.
28. at the Everglades
!, it was announced by San-
M. Swerdlin. chairman and
Cir.nnent secretary for the
W
.tie set-over of the date to the
1 ef the month made it possible
extend the deadline for nomina.
to Apr 17. with the judging
_! accomplished during the suc-
ding week, Swerdlin explained.
[loseph M. Lipton, president of
. Federal Savings and Loan
ciation, announced that the
. I guest tnd speaker will be
cretery of State, Tom Adams,
i flying in especially for the
it, which is the 18th annual
itition. Upton is patron of
award.
riginated b> Sholem Lodge.
ai B'rith. the award seks to
or one man and one woman in
county who lias in the pre-
|in;! year performed a disting-
service without thought of
tonal return or self-aggrandize-
pt, said Milton K Hahn, presi-
; of the lodge
erdlin announced that the
ninations have been coming in
b rapidly, an'I to date, there are
Imen and eight women under
Tsideration.
The interest 01 the participat-
organizationa this year has
irked an all time high," Swerd-
[said. "We have received long
ance calls from throughout the
jominees include Bishop Cole-
^ F. Carroll and Andre Jacques
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\lethieu. who founded a camp for
rehabilitation of derelicts.
Women are Mrs. Robert M. Mor-
gan, whose husband received the
award in 1955, as well as Mrs. Eliz-
abeth Bowcn. Mrs. Gladys Bish-
op, Mrs. Faye Newalk, Mrs. Ellen
A'ynne, Mrs. Charles H. Finkel-
itein, Mrs. Ethel Felts and Mrs.
Marie Balaban.
Capt. John McClain, Alvin?-v?
Other men nominated include
Capt. John McClain, Alvin Cas-
Sel, Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan,
Dr. Charles F. Tate Jr., Lloyd S.
Miller, Frank P. Pellicoro. Judge
Irving Cypen, Irvine C. Spear,
Rey Perry and Paul H. Marks.
Presentation ceremony is open to
the public. Reservations and tur-
ner information are available from
Swerdlin at 742 Seybold Building,
Miami. Since seating is limited to
1,000, requests must be made by
Apr. 21. Swerdlin added.
Temple Zamora
Junior Shabbat
This Weekend
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora. announ-
ces that Saturday has been desig-
nated Junior Congregation Shab-
oat.
Students of the Religious School
will hold services in the main sanc-
tuary'.
The following will conduct the
services: Howard Manhoff, Schach-
ris; John E. Pont, taking out the
Torah; Harvey Fisherman, putting
back the Torah; Don Ledeiman.
Musaf.
W>i Joseph E. Rocitovsky
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those of the Sisterhood and Men's
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AP'il 9. 19651
Organizations and Leaders Hall Naming ^3lif?S
Of Rabbi Kronish as Bond Chairman h'im" "r T'm '**
Louis Snetman. president T^2
Sholom: Louis A,-nn*l
Beth
Emam.nj
"em"
DeCova
Heads of virtually every major ami Beach, International Bank of ^,P^nl'"fT e m Pje Meno*
organization and spiritual and lay Miami Jefferson National Bank of, JJfgJtaw^ president ^
leaders of temples and synagogues Miami Beach. Mercantile National ,.ra B> l-herkes, p
this week avowed their support of Bank of Miami Beach, and Miami Ip'.' k Bc,h Am; n,
the newly-named chairman of the National Bank. Also reported was | ^''fHP. ^.p~"^/h-jnni.,,-
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ- a substantial Israel Bor.d purchase "%2er *. boardcta|
ization. Rabbi Leon Kronish. by the Seaboard Life Insurance "'J*mp.le """": Dr. sJ
Leaders of the commun.ty. at a Company ofAmerlca. JgJJ^ Labo, a 0,^l
B'rith; and .Joseph Cohen, rem!!
imi t\n [Ii- U*1IJ____
ft -l
luncheon meeting of the Israel Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. chair-
Bond Board of Governors at the man of the Women's Division, no-
office of incumbent chairman, ted that 1964 was a banner year
Leonard Rosen, stood to express for the work of the division and
the pledge of their organization or promised that "we shall go for- ^l^fV<%(..<%vv>Wv~~--'l
temple for the forthcoming cam- ward to make 1965 a year of his- ? the TIHCC ^*!l
ing on High Holidays
appeals.
paign, to be officially launched | tory for us and for Israel."
A pledge and a promise to help keep Miami "the leading
Israel Bond city in 'he world" is expressed in the handclasp
of incumbent Chairman Leonard Rosen, newely-rrermed Chair-
man Rabbi Leon Kronish and Women's Division Chairman
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Rabbi Kronish will be inaugurated
nto his new office at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on
Sunday, May 2, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Carl Weinkle, chairman of the
1964 Israel Independence Day
Dinner, indicated that plans were ,,oub,e occ;-toA
already under way to make the ? .
M4-S Israel Independence Day | ? '^J^D'*? K
State Dep't. Says We
Should Spurn Soviet Jews
Dinner on May 2 "n historic
milestone."
Other reports on plans for the
School Youths
Win Medallions
Continued from Page 1-A
iblic opinion can lead the Soviet
Government to calculate that its
interest can best be served by tea-
i mpaign against Ju-
. Mr. Mac Arthur stated.
The State Department official
assessment of Soviet anti-Semi-
- sin *?id: "While all observers
rgree that Soviet Jews are being
f laced under increasing restric-
tions with regard to religious
worship, the United States Gov-
ernment has no information in-
oicating that Soviet Jews fear
physical persecution of the type
i nd magnitude which was direct-
ed against them during Czarist
limes or during the immediate
post-war period under Stalin."
Also, said the State Department.
" 'here is no evidence that the au-
thorities intend to incite the public
to acts of anti-Jewish violence. Ra-
ther, they seem to be using popu-
lar anti-Semitic sentiments for their
|own purposes." The Department
added that "Judaism is one of the
11 recognized religious sects in the
USSR and fares better than non-
riized groups, especially those
| such as Jehovah's witnesses which
espouses pacifism."
Sen. Scott said he disagreed "em.
phatically" with the government's
decision to refrain from action.
He said that "for the past two
1 years, U.S. Government officials
I have expressed their concern about
' this situation, but only before Jew-
1 ish groups in the United States,
never to the Soviet Union and
with one exception not even be-
jfore the United Nations." The Sen-
1 ator charsed that the government
"puts its head in the sand on the
issue of human rights."
at the Israel Independence Day
Dinner on May 2, at which Rabbi
Kronish will be inaugurated.
Rosen, reporting on the 1964
campaign, announced that Mi-
am ians purchased e total of $2,-
685,900 in Israel Bonds in 1964,
representing a 32 percent in-
crease over the previous year.
Shepard Broad, statewide vice
chairman for banks, trusts, insur-
ance companies and fiduciaries,
reported sales of $847,100 to these i
institutions Two loea' n|8n school youths are
Among banks which purchased ; w*nncr.s.of "hien,Cr Z^nZ*
Israel Bonds in 1964 are Capital offered by the Dado County Opto-
National Bank of Miami. City Na- metric Association tor excellence
tional Bank of Miami. Community of their ^exhibits at the 1965 Sci-
National Bank of Bal Harbour, ence Fair.
County National Bank of North Jack Weintraub. 4171 Battersea
Miami Beach. Fidelity National Rd a student at Southwest Miami
Bank. First National Bank of Mi- Senior High School, has been des-
| ignated a winner in the Senior
Division for his project. "How We
See Color."
Arnold Rosenhors. 6460 SW lit!:
St.. a student at West Miami jun-
ior Hish School, was selected win
ner in the Lower Division for his
display on "Problems of Light Dif
fraction."
The optometric group issues
awards each year to Science Fair
entrants whose projects deal with
the subject of vision and sight con-
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ference, forest to eye ctre.
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Abramowitz, Ted Schoenberg. and
Youth Committee of Beth Torah
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Shantzis.
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ta April 9, 1965
+J(*lst.tk>rlcHc*n
Bape 7^A
fcram J7r#es /?e? Bloc Cooperation
LmjrvA (JTA) An urgent
to the Soviet and East Ger-
Governments to make public
iediat-lv all their documents
Nazi war criminals was made
, h, Morris B. Abram. U.S. rep-
Lutive before the fnitcd Na-
Commission on II u m a n
fats
fh,. Commission interrupted the
Emulation ,lia" convention
lUS intolerance to deal
I punishment
war criminals and of. claims
I manity Mr. Abram. who
ti.0 presidenl ol the American
. immittee, discussed the
stion recentl} with top West
,,., federal authorises. Previ-
Uv he had been on the Nurem-
' war crimruals prosecution
r. Abram pointed out that evi-
ice in the Auschwitz and other
crimes trials had indicated
jf Soviet archives still "con-
In a considerable volume of
ir crimes material, and that
st German authorities had
.lared that vast quantities of
L crimes evidence were still in
irage there. Until this has been
lestigated and the results made
.ilable to the Federal Republic
Germany, no reasonable per-
can expect effective prosecu-
of the many Nazi criminals
may be revealed," he told
Commission.
a tribute to Nazi war crimes
tinis. Mr Abram urged that no
(eminent seek to make propa-
proiits ot ibe war crimes
igaiast humanity, which arc
universally denounced. "The
possible action on behalf of
| victims." he declared, "is to
the Universal Declaration of
pan rights a living and enforce-
truth."
an obvious reference to the
el Union and East Germany,
jcored those governments who
aled "records of reprehensi-
criminals only after tbejr
I achieved respectable proinin-
t A war criminal is as despic-
1 before he sneaks into promin-
ence as after," Mr. Abram de-
clared.
Meanwhile, against the opposi-
tion of the three Communist mem
bers and one of the Arabs on the
body, the United Nations Com mis
sion on Human Rights decided over-
v helrningly to include in the draft
convention on elimination of all
religious intolerance a clause pro
posed liy Israel, making it manda
tprj on all governments to guaran.
tee the i i-;ht of all religious com
munities to "write, print and pub-
lish religious books and texts."
Without naming the Soviet Union,
the clause was clearly aimed at the
USSR, where those rights "to write.
print and publish" are denied to
Jews.
Associate Xiisflce Maim Cohn. of
the Israeli Supreme Court, who freedoms instrument, Abram and
1.1 a delegate to tne Commission, Sir Samuel Hoare. British delc-
I loposed that clause as an amend- gUte, obtained Communist agree-
ment o one of the articles of the ment to a clause that would state
projected religious freedoms con- clearly that no state may subject
wiition. I he ,1,-aft convention has _=
been debated by the Commission
for a week,
any religion or belief to govern-
mental control.
All three of the Communist dele-
gations the USSR. Poland and
Ukraine agreed with that point
1 of view after Mr. Abram told the
Commission he did not believe that
any state has "superior judgement
in the field of religion."
The Soviet Union, Ukranian,
Polish and Iraqi delegates on the
Commission argued against the
Cohn motion. When it came to a
vote, 18 de'egates of the 22-mem-
ber Commission voted in favor
of the Israeli motion; the USSR
and Iraq voted against it, while
Poland and the Ukraine ab-
stained.
In another debate on one of the
clauses proposed for the religious
Erhard Pledges New Ties to Israel
Will be More Than Mere Formality
Continued from Page 1-A
statute of limitations on Nazi mur-
derers for only lour years and eight
months.
"Dr. Erhard assured me there is
reason to hope that the statute
will be reconsidered and extended
9 ithin the next four years," Dr.
I'rinz reported. "He also told me
that a new criminal code being
prepared may eliminate nil stat-
utes of limitations for murder."
Dr. Prinz said, however, that
he was "deeply alarmed" by the
hostility of the Free Democrat-
ic Party, the junior partner in
West Germany's coalition govern-
ment, toward extension of the
statute.
He commented that the Free
Democrats were in danger of losing
the 5 per cent of the popular vote
needed for representation in the
Bundestag, the lower house of Par-
liament, and were therefore grasp-
ing for toe neo-Nazi vote in des-
peration.
nn
DEAUWLLE
presents
Jan
peeRce
Metropolitan Opera Star,
conducting
PASSOVER
SEDERS
S^fyrAlf^'pit
$17
50 tip and
lax ind
*1RT SEDER
Jr.., April 16 7 PM
<9950 tip and
V^ Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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Call UN 5-8511, Catering Bept
He also charged that the Bun-
destag had taken minimal action
on extending the Statute because
it had yielded to political pressures
and overlooked the importance of
the moral issue involved.
Dr. Prinz described Chancellor
Erhard as "a man with under-
standing for the problems of the
Jews and who is free from the
taint of Nazism."
Dr. Prinz went to Germany at
the invitation of the West German
Government and the Berlin Senate.
A rabbi in Berlin before World War
II, he was expelled by the Nazi
Government in 1937. Last week he
returned to his old community to
preach and to talk with officials
and students.
At a discussion panel on Ger-
man Jewish relations between
Dr. Prinz and the graduating
class of a West Berlin school, one
youth declared: "I don't feel guil-
ty for what happened under Hit-
ler. I was not even born then,
and anyway there is no such thing
as collective guilt."
But another youth, also an 18-
year-old interrupted him. "Don't
you feel," he asked, "that all of the
Germans have to bear the respon-
isibility for what the Nazis did to
the Jews?"
At a news conference at the end
'of his five-day stay in Berlin, Dr.
Prinz said he had been pleased to
I find young people "frank, critical,
I eloquent and wide open to world
i problems." Besides the high school
class, he met with two groups of
University students from West
Berlin's Free University.
To the high school students, Dr.
! Prinz said it was unnecessary to
worry excessively about collective
guilt for deed of the past.
"What jour generation must
bear," he added, "is .the responsi-
bility for the future, to see to it
that a Nazi mentality can never re-
turn."
T'rfereth Jacob Seder
A children's Seder will be held
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day at 0:30 a.m.
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UNHears Plea Against Religious Bias
Fridm
April 9
Continued from Page 1-A
persecution. He said no explan-
ation would stand a rational test.
He cited widespread reprinting
in the Soviet Union of the Russian
Orthodox version of the Bible and
of the Protestant version, as well
as reprinting! of the Arabic Koran
in recent years. No such permis-
sion has ever been given for the
Hebrew Bible.
For 4U.0OO.II00 liussian Orthodox
worshippers, he said, there was one
place of worship ior each 2.000 be-
lievers and one priest for each
1.000 believers. He contrasted this
with the remaining 90 synagogues
and about that number of rabbis
for nearly 1.000.000 Jewish be-
lievers, one synagogue and one
rabbi for each 15.000 Jews. Other
religious groups are allowed to
produce ritual objects but Jews
are not. he said.
Moreover, the Justice told the
Commission, the situation had
gone from bad to worse following
de-Stalinization in Russia. In 1962.
authorities announced, for the first I
time, that Jews could not bake
matzoh far Passover and that the
holiday had been branded -sub
versive." He said he bad '<> note
that limited amounts ol matzoh
were being baked this year and he
said he hoped I his was a step in
the right direction.
He said liussian I!a|>',i-!s and
Moslems were permittej national
organizations anil tics with co-re-
nists abroad, a procedure bar-
red to Jews.
The jurist said he was apolo-
gizing for taking so much time
but that he was doing so "not
only to draw the attention of our
distinguished colleague from The
USSR and his Government to
this deplorable state of affairs
but also to show that both relig-
ious belief and irreligious belief
have in common that they are
potential breeding places of re-
Icjious intolerance. The lesson
; of history is that true religious
I freedom needs protection from
1 both."
Harvey BELL & J0DY
tuneful learn
Rose BYRUM
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Mordecai YARDEINI
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Toes. eve. 8 P.M.
APRIL 20th
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Suggestions to stronethet. the
draft declaration were oflcred at
the sc-sion by representatives of
two non-governmental Jewish or-
ganizations and one Catholic
^roup. The representatives were
Chief Rabbi Alexander Satfran of
Geneva, speakinu for Agudat Is-
rael Or. Gustav Warburg, of B'nai
B'rith. speaking tor the Coordln-
atin [ Boar I m Jewish Organiza-
tions, and A. Szmikowski, <>f the
Pax Romana. The Coordinating
Beard includes the Hoard of Dep-
uties of British Jews, in addition
to B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Saffian asked that the
draft convention should ensure the
right of all persons to cultivate
and expre.-s their religious beliefs
, and to obtain the means to carry
| out the traditions of their faith.
I He also proposed that the conven-
| tion should ensure the right of any-
religious community to organue
on both a local and national basis
and to follow its religion in cul-
I tural and education frameworks.
He suggested that the convention
should stimu'ate the right of relic
iotia communities to cooperate
with religious federations in other
countries.
Dr. Warburg stressed the im-
portance of the paragraoh to
allow the right of religious teach-
ing. He said the right to teach
and study sacred languages, to
obtain facilities to follow^
rules and to e, d;et SI
such as matioh, t0 fe, "M
no to m,i^J
co-r*tigionil"
an absolute
sity.
contact with
abroad was
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JWV Suggests KKK Probe be Widened
To Include Other Right Wing 'Fanatics'
By Special Report
WASHINGTON A suggestion
tfiat President .Johnson's "war"
against the Ku Klux Klan be
I broadened to include more vig-
orous Federal investigations into
activities of other "right-wing
fanatics" was advance 1 here by
National Commander Ralph Plof-
sky, of the Jewish War Veterans of
the'U.S.A.
Commander Plofsky. of White
Plains, N. Y.. said his organization
welcomed the anti-Klan drive
launched by President Johnson as a
[result of KKK terrorism. The in
vestigation of the Ku Klux Klan
| by the House Committee on Un-
American Activities was also greet-
ed as a positive move.
"However," asked Commander
Plofsky, "what can be more un-
American than the ideology of
Nazism? The Committee should
certainly broaden its inquiry to
include the American Naxi Party
in its hearings."
The JWV leader pointed out that
the Nazis, the Minutemcn. and
So\ 11 and
charged Isri
and v. h I -,
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i the National States Rights Party
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land trained with arms. He said it
j is absurd to permit "such private
I armies" to exist with stocks of
| arms. He recalled that adherants
! to the Nazi movement are known
I to have accumulated rifles and pis-
! tols, while one Nazi was arrested
' for illegal possession of a machine
gun.
Reports of arms in the hands of
the NSRP, a racist group, and the
Minutemen have been more wide
|ly circulated, he said.
JWV is making its views known
on these points to the Justice De-
partment and the House Committee
rn UnAmerican Activities.
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on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Apr. 16 and 17. Catering will be
by the Royal Hungarian Kosher
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Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman participated in the official pilgrimaqe
dedicating Me Ami, sister city of Miami in Israel, in Novem-
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*Je^istinoriaUaif7
Page 9-A
Jewish National Fund President Bressler
Meets With Miami Council Leaders
Jewish National Fund meetinq here are
[ft to right) standing Stanley Caiden, pres-
ent of the North Shore B'nai B'rith; Miss Lil-
_.i Goodman, chairman of ?.he JNF Women's
ucational Forum; Johan L. Berman; Leon J.
I president of the JNF Council of Greater
lami: Abraham Grunhut; Mrs. Miriam Pre^s.
[chairmen of the JNF Women's Educational
Forum; Sam Schachno; Benjamin Appel; Moe
Grundweig. president of Beth Israel Conqreaa-
tion. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Maver
Abramowitz. Jacob Rifkin. Max Bressler, na-
tional president of the Jewish National Fund
of America, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Zev
W. Kogan.
tippers Take Steps Against Spain
a AVIV (JTA) Israel will
various diplomatic steps in
hulional and maritime organ-
oils if Spain persists in imple-
iting orders to deny harbor
lities to Israeli shipping, it
stated here this week. Ac-
line to reports received here.
authorities in Las Palnias
{Barcelona issued orders which
|d den> harbor facilities to Is
shipping
Barcelona order, according
I Israel Lines a I
read \- from the 30th of
no Israi li flag ship, carry-
Either pas ers or cargo, will
permitted movement in th's
because Israel has no dlplo-
|c relations with Spain."'
i official communique at Las
nas stated: 'As Israel has
r diplomatic relations nor
? Or baniers agreement with
tin, no Israeli ship will be per
fed to carry out trade trans-
is in this port." It was I
ed that, under Arab pres-
, the anti-Israeli policies
to have been put into ef-
on Mar 18, but were post-
I after intervention by Span-
I tradesmen dealing with Is-
i
lleasi i.mi steps are open to ,
on this issue, it was said here.
'I and spam are both members
f General Agreement on Tar
pjtd Trade, and Israel could
I" GATT for intervention on
pnwnds thai Spain is violat-
ing the GATT charter. Another
course open to Israel would be to
!H)int nut that Spain's action might
jeopardize the Madrid Govern-
ment's efforts toward a link with
the European Market.
The Spanish Embassy in Wash'
in^ton said it was cabling Madrid
i for information on the boycott re-
ports. Spain has no diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel but it has encour-
aged Jewish tourism and has pro-
vided port facilities for Israeli ves-
sels. Arab boycott officials have
been pressing Spain to cut commcr-
11 ial tics with Israel.
Jewish National Fund National
President Max Bressler met with
Greater Miami Jewish leaders
here to present a new plan calling
for doubling their effort on behalf
of Jewish National Fu id activities
in response to the call ol the 28th
Zionist Congress held recently in
Jcru&a
rh i 26lh Z;onisl Congn ss hail
eI the historic ach evements ol
the Jewish Nat'onal Fund in the
upbuild ng of the land of Isra I,
and called upon a'l Jews of the
w irid, especiallj all Zi*niil organ
izations, "to give their fullest assis-
tance to the Keren Kayemeth, to
the end that the task of redeem-
ing and reclaiming the entire ter-
ritory of Israel may be accomp-
lished with the utmost possible dis.
patch."
"The Jewish National Fund
has adopted a new budget in
keeping with th security and
the urgent needs for border pro-
tection and future immigrant
settlements," the Greater Mi-
ami JNF Council explained. The
investment over the next four
years will total $40 million.
In \ lew of this new challenge,
> the citizens of Israel have accepted
to pay 90 percent of the cost and
arc looking to American Jews,
who comprise the strongest Jew-
ish community in the world, to
equal their effort and sacrifice.
Bressler, in a stirring address.
presented his program ot Covenant
jlmami and "Vaar Ilansihim (Th
Forest of Presidents), where a spe-
cial area will he set aside in Israel
to honor the presidents of any and
all Jewish organizations, syn.i
''Ogues, ten.pies and congregations
a I a tribute to their leadership and
effort on behalf of Israel.
"It is safe to assume that the
first section will be set aside for
President Lyndon li. Johnson, and
one million trees will be planted
by the Jewish community of Tex-
as," Bressler revealed at the meet-
ing here.
Rabbi .\ ayer Abramowitz cli.nr-
' ed the mcetiflg, introduced the
guest speaker, and asked the gath-
ering to meet the challenge
Rabbi Irving Lehrman praised
the effort of the Jewish National
Fund in land reclamation of Is-
rael. Leon J. Ell, president of
the JNF Council of Greater Mi-
ami, extended greetings.
Zev W. Kogan also presented
greetings. Fred Kahan. westcoas*
regional director of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America, spok*
orieQy,
In the discussion that followed,
also participating were Eva Blum,
Sam Schachno. Johan L. Berman,
Miriam Press and Lillian (Jood-
man,
Meyer Siege] was congratulated
on his election as .Man of the
Year'' by the Brandeis Zionist Dis-
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Born in New York in 1739, Hays moved
to Newport, Rhode Island, shortly before
the Revolution. In 1776, Hays' loyalty to
the American cause was impugned, and
he was asked to sign a loyalty oath. With
a courage rare for the times, when hys-
teria and suspicion ran wild, Hays de-
manded to be confronted by his accusers.
In an eloquent petition to the Rhode
Island General Assembly, Hays refused
to sign the oath. It was unconstitutional,
he held. Furthermore, he pointed out,
since Jews could not vote, the oath was
discriminatory. He prevailed; no one
ever again doubted his loyalty.
After the Revolution, Hays settled in
Boston, where he soon made his mark in
business, chiefly as a maritime insurance
broker. He helped found Boston's first
hank, today known as the First National
Bank of Boston.
To his home came many of the notables
of the day, including Senator Harrison
Otis and Ezra Styles, President of Yale.
Hays, a Federalist, sought public office
but was swamped by the rising tide of
Jeffersonian Republicanism.
However, as deputy inspector-general
of Masonry for North America, Hays
achieved the eminence he missed in pub-
lic life. For four years he was grand
master of the Grand Lodge of Massa-
chusetts. Paul Revere was his deputy.
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is buried in the famous Colonial cemetery
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Friday. April
Director Views Program of Miami ''
By EFRAIM H. GALE
Executive Director
Greater Miami YM and WHA
The tremendous growth of Dadp
Count] over the past two decades,
able .1- ii has been, has
;ht with it many social prob-
lems. We have s^.n tremen
numbers of pe iple ol all age lev-
els, from children to senior citi-
ho have been attracted to
our immunity for many reasons.
Tlu YMHA. or Jew ish commun-
ity center movement in Dade
Count,, with a history of over a
quarter of a century of service to
both the general and Jewish com-
munity, recognizes that at this
stage in the development of the
com in unity and in the develop-
ment of the agancy, unique op-
portunities f o r greater service
and new vistas have become
available.
As of January. 1965 the YMHA
included service to:
a) 400 senior citizens in a pro-
gram which helps them to find
greater meaning in life; to con-
tinue living a useful and impor-
tant life in the community.
b) More than 200 children
whose formative years in the
Karl y Childhood Development
Program have seen the develop-
ment of our future leaders 20 to
25 years from now.
C) More than 1.000 teenagers
whose need for group association,
whose need for learning how to
live in a democratic and positive
Jewish atmosphere can be met.
Enriched Program
With the augmented support of
the organized Jewish community
of Dade County, the unserved
population will now have to be
served by an enlarged, and en-
riched program, commensurate
with its needs.
Through proper community
planning, sparked by a joint
study process in which the or-
ganized Jewish community,
through the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the YMHA,
its arm for group work and lei-
sure time activities joined forces.
which resulted in the recogni-
tion that three new facilities are
necessary to adequately serve the
growing Jewish community of
Dade County.
An unusual opportunity became
available, during the latter part
I !. for the purchase of a new
facility at B500 SW 8th St. Im-
mediately, pians were formulated
for changes in this faciiitiy in
order to make it truly a YMHA
,i community venture.
This facility will make it pos-
sible for hundre Is ol families and
individuals of all ages and in all
sections ol the Greater Miami
southwest to avail themselves
many new activities, including a
full panoply of health and physi-
cal education programs to streng-
then the body, a complete series
of group work and leisure time
activities which will help pre-
vent social and emotional break-
downs, and above all, a full and
rich series of large and small
group activities which will forti-
ty the cultural needs and aspira-
tions of all segments of the Jew-
ish community.
Value System
In this manner, this edifice and
the next two which are planned
ias soon as funds are available)
to be built in the north end of
Dade Count y and on Miami
Beach, will make it possible
fur our Jewish community and
our general community to better
serve people and. in essence, to
build a stronger general and Jew-
ish community.
However, this new perspective
is indeed in many ways an old
one. It is a perspective based on
the dignity of the human being.
the essential value of each indi-
vidual, and the preservation, as a
living reality, of our Jewish re-
ligious and cultural value system
By contributing to these three
forces, our Jewish life in Ameri-
ga. which today faces a crisis,
not so much of physical survival,
but a crisis of enrichment and
meaningful experiences, will
make it possible for the YMHA.
as an institution in the Jewish
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community, to work together for
this kind of positive ethnic sur-
vival. The YMHA, in partnership
wiih the Jewish school, the home
and the synagogue can accomp-
lish tins goal.
The question frequently asked
of man] of us is: How is this
accomplished through a YMHA?
ssentially through the use ol
three major tools. ;is follows
! i A capable and trained pro-
al staff >.f social woi
spe< lalizini in gi i up work, mv in.
direction and guidance to trained
ators, health and physical e I-
ucation specialists, Jewish cul-
tural arts experts, early child-
hood education. All of these in
turn supervise and direct various
groups so that the individual
within the group can relate to the
group through his own experienc
es and above all, achieve a knowl-
edge and understanding of him-
self as a human being and as a
Jew.
2) Through activities and ser
vices which must be housed in
modern facilities which appeal
to all segments in the Jewish
community These facilities which
we now have at our main building
at 8500 SW 8th St. are but a be-
ginning of what is really needed in
this community.
3) A group of dedicated, under-
standing and devoted laymen as
expressed by the Board ol tthe
L'nited Fund, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and the oper-
ating Board of the YM and
YWUA.
Total rVholesomeness
These three forces of leadership 1-
of staff, of leadership of laymen,
.ind proper facilities and budget '
will now make it possible to util-;
ize all the best understanding, ]
skill and knowledge of psycholo-
gy, sociology and preventive men-
tal health sciences so that we de-
velop positive Jewishly-enriched
human beings. Through this en-
richment he will be contributing
to toe total whoiesonieness of
the general community, as well as ;
each segment of the organized
Jewish community.
However, the new horizons go
far beyond this concept because
the YMHA will now be in .a po-
sition to help bring about one.es-
sential factor which plagues, every
community in general and espe-
cially every Jewish community.
How can .we add to the unity
and depth of our Jewish com-
munity?
By programming for all seg-
ments of the Jewish community,
religiously speaking, .economical
ly and socially speaking, the "Y"
will truly meet one of its basic
objectives of being a town ball
and a unifying force in the Jewish
community.
Understanding Community
The new facilities make it pos-
sible for many organizations who
wish, to avail themselves of prop-
er meeting space and proper at-
mosphere as well as the guidance
and consultation, where desired,
of the professional staff of the j
YMHA. In this manner the YMHA i
functioning in a world racked by
tension, hostilities and pressures
of day-to-day living, unequalled
in any period of human history '
has and will present a program of |
group work, recreation and lei-
sure time activities which are as
necessary to the individual and
to the Jewish community as the
basic necessities of life, if the in-
dividual and the Jewish commun-
ity are to maintain their re-'
spective psychic and physical
equilibrium. The "Y" provides
the opportunity for the full life
in the Croat Society, at a cost
within reach of everyone, and at
no cost at .Ml to those who can-
not afford even the low member-
ship fees.
Before launcnmg its develop-
ment program, much soul-search-
ing was done, and much trepida-
tion was felt. It is not an easy
tiling to assume a burden of sev-
eral millions of dollars, which
niii-l be raised from a commun-
ity which has already given so
generously for the commonweal.
Yi'i the laymen in the community
who have undertaken this obli-
gation, after reviewing the needs
of the citizens of this con
felt they could only arJ
those terms, given by t>,
Of Israel, its back tn tkTJ
back to the J>,
cing a world of forty
Arabs dedicated to its e'
tion.
iexta.
In saying-Em Brerah-fc
ficers of the YM and v*?.
Greater Miami know"
hearts, that the Jewjtk
throughout historj have
supported their own-.^
dedication and time and
will be more than matched hi
understanding Jewish coma?
which has Ions- proven iti
turity, its genen [y.ufiZ
passionate i oi rn
low man.
VOTE FOR THE MAN
WHO THINKS
CORAL
GABLES
FIRST
DR. FRANKLIN J.
EVANS
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EXPERIENCED & QUALIFIED
Dade County resident since 1933. Coral Gables resident sine-IS
l'h.vsician and Attorney. Graduate of N.Y.U. Law School,
and of N.Y.U. College of Medicine in 1941.
Medical Practice in Coral Gables since 1948.
Veteran of World War II. served as Captain in U.S. Army Vis
Corps.
Former Commissioner and Vice Mayor of Coral Gable-.
Past Director of Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce.
Honorary President Coral Gables Junior Chamber of Coma
Clinical Assistant Professor in Legal Medicine. I', of Mb-:.
School of Medicine.
Special Assistant State Attorney: Medical Legal Advisor to
State Attorney's Office.
Speaker of the House of Delegates, Florida Medical Asso;:i3
. Former Professor of Law U. of Miami School of Law.
-Past President DauV County Medical Association.
- Past President Florida Academy of General Practice.
Author of many professional articles on Legal Medicine
ing in National Journals
. Frequent Lecturer .and Guest Speaker before Civic and
Professional Groups.
Fellow. American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Member Dade County Bar Association. Florida Bar
LETS RETURN TO THINKING
CORAL GABLES FIRST
LET'S RETURN
{OR. FRANKLIN J.
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Memorial Plates
Beth Kodesh Men's Club will
dedicate three memorial plates in j
memory of the late .1. Edwin Lar- |
son, Herman Sliilren and Nathan,
BJumberg on Monday at 8:15 p.m.
During services conducted by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, the plates will be in
1 stalled on
1 Plaque.
the Club Memorial
Dan Diefenbach
IS OUR MAN FOR
MAYOR
!N NORTH MIAMI BEACH

PEPSONUIY ENDORSED BY:
GERALD FRANKIN. Vice President Temple Adath Yt
MARTIN SAXON. Chairman Metro Dade Count* Personal Ai""
Board; Former North Miami Beach Cjt
EQVV)N C. H6RT2, Paat Chancellor Knights of Pythias
NORTON LEFF, Past Cemmander of the Jewish War Vetra"
MEUVIN DAUM. Pces.dant of the Toastmasters Club
IRVING KAYE. Vice. President Harmony Lodcje of .B'nai B rjl
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i,-Apr"
1965
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Vatican Changes Conversion Plea
\
ia H. Lang Cleft) and Albert J. Hirs>ch (right), co-chairmen
eCamelo* Hall Breakfast on behalf of the 1965 Combined
fch Appeal, are shown at the Sunday morning vent last
(tend, when over 55 neighbors attended the first CJA
1 at one of Miami Beach's newest highrise apartmen'.s
heard CIA Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman tell of his mis-
Jto Israel and Europe. In addition to the co-chairmen,
Ibers of the committee included Harrv Bernstock. Jack
tt. Benjamin R. Bresler. Dr. Samuel Glassman. William
Jacob M. Jacobs, Albert Selden, Charles Sommer and
kes A. Steinberg. ____________
ROME (JTA> The text of a
prayer for the conversion of the
Jews chanted in Roman Catholic
churches on Holy Week was re- i
leased here this week by the Vati- I
can, fully revised. It replaces ex-'
pressions which could be consid-
ered offensive to Jews with expres-
sions friendly to Jews in spirit. ,
However, it does not eliminate the |
praying for Jews that they eventu- j
ally "recognize the redeemer of all.
our Lord Jesus Christ."
The prayer, revised by Pope i
Paul VI. was originally entitled
"Prayer for the Conversion of the '
Jews." Its title has now been '
changed to simply "Prayer tor the
lews." The revised prayer becomes
'effective during the Holy Week of
Apr. II to 17.
In New York, a spokesman for
the Reman Catholic Archdiocese
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy that the revised prayer, hav-
ing been promulgated by the Vat-
ican, has become universal prac-
tice of the church and is being
followed by the church in New
York and around the world. Four
years ago, the late Pope John
XXIII eliminated from the Good
Friday liturgy the words "perfid-
ious Jew."
The old prayer reads: "Prayer
for the conversion of the Jews. Let
us also pray for the Jews: That our
God and Lord would withdraw the
veil from their hearts: That they
also may acknowledge our Lord
Jesus Christ. Let us pray. Almighty
and eternal God who drives not
away from his memory even the
Jews; hear our prayers which we
offer for the blindness of that peo-
ple; that acknowledging the light
of your troth, which is Christ, they
may be delivered from their dark-
ness."
The revised prayer reads: "Pray-
, er for the Jews. Let us pray for the
Jews. Our Lord deign to let your
face shine upon them. So that even
they may recognize the redeemer
of all. our Lord Jesus Christ. O AI-
mighty and eternal God who has
I made his promises to the people of
I Abraham beloved by God, heed
with kindness the prayer of your
Church, that those who once were
your chosen people will be able to
I attain the fullness of grace and re-
demption."
Hall of Fame On Miami Beach
Plans for the establishment of a
Miami Beach Hall of Fame hon-
oring those persons who have con-
tributed most to the development
ol the community were announced
this week by John II. Payne Jr.,
president of the Miami Beach First
National Bank.
The project was officially launch-
ed Wednesday in conjunction with
the city's 50th anniversary' cele-
bration now in progress. Inaugural
ceremonies were held at the bank
during which names of the first
10 persons elected to membership
in the Hall of Fame were an-
' nounced and their portraits un-
: veiled.
The first edition of the Hall of
i Fame will consist of prominent pi-
oneers, all deceased, who were in-
strumental in the city's early de
Ivclopment. Additional memebers,
I both living and dead, will be elect-
eri annually and their pictures add-
>ed to the display in the bank lobby.
Eventually the bank plans to pre-
sent the Hall of Fame collection
to the City of Miami Beach for
permanent installation in the city
hall, library or other appropriate
location.
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+Jewish ncrtdiam
Friday. April 3, i
North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge Will
Install Officers at a Banquet Sunday
Jack L. Burstein, president North Members of the Ik
Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. has than Askow. ,i0Mp)
been reelected and will be installed Herman Prank
Morris
with a new slate of officers at the Louis Katz. Max Krtt
lodge's banquet and show at the Lebowitz. Arthur L?e, jn
Carillon Hotel on Sunday at 6 p.m. chuck. Abraham Minded
Berger
Young leaders pledge their support to streng-
then the programs of the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami. Standing (left to right) are
Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Bu-
reau of Jewish Education; Gershon Miller, rep-
resenting Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith;
Stanley Caidin, North Shore B'nai B'rith; Ains-
lee Ferdie. Jewish War Veterans and Temple
Zamora,- Abraham Grunhut, Miami Beach
Zionist District; David Stein, JNF Committee
of Morton Towers. Seated (left to right) are
Moses Grundwerg, Beth Israel Congregation;
Zvi Berger. assistant director, Bureau of Jewish
Education; Meyer Siegel, Brandeis Zionist Dis-
trict; and Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Zamora.
Madrid Denies Port Refusal To Ships of Israel
Continued from Pago 1-A
itcd calls to only one or two Span-
ish ports and these were not on a
regular schedule, the Spanish au-
thorities took no steps against this
situation. But with the recent in-
I crease of calls by Israeli flag ships
I and their inclusion of other ports
Iin eastern and southern Spain,
Spanish authorities have requested
I that such vessels, having no con-
j sular representation in Spanish
I territory, restrict their stops to the

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CAMELOT
ports of Malaga and Palma de
Mallorca. where Israeli ships with
tourists are accustomed to call.
"The aforementioned require-
ment, it is pointed out, has always
been made with sufficient advance
notice, so that Israeli ships en
route to a Spanish port could ar
range such stops without difficulty
or inconvenience.
"Madrid comment also empha
sized that the measure is a purely
administrative one and in accord-
ance with international regula-
tions, having no political character
and not being due to response to
pressure by any foreign nation."
----------------------------------- i.irif
Also to be installed are Arnold "" and Joseph Zenw
Fein, Samuel Greenfield, William j Aaron K
Sheade and Irvine C. Levine, vice chairman
presidents; E. Alfred Kowen. chap-
lain; Nate Glickman. parliamen
larian; Norman Superstein, treas-
urer; Richard Bergman, rejyjrding
secretary; Norman Sevin, corres-
ponding secretary;. Aaron Berger.
dnancial secretary; Sam Miller,
guardian; and Morris Lunch, war- j Father Charles K Coug
den. by millions ul radio Ik
Installation will be conducted by years before World
past presidents of the lodge, with *
the exception of guest speaker.
At Camelot Hall, we give our residents the very max-
imum in value for every rental dollar. The fact that
we are the most successful hi rise apartment build-
ing on the Gold Coast is strong evidence of the full-
measure of ocean front living that we offer. Newly
completed Camelot Hall is practically at full ca-
pacity (further proof of desirability), however, there
are several choice apartments ready for immediate
occupancy at moderate rentals.
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Father Couc
Retirement Te
ROYAL OAK. Mich _(
mons and lectures, anno
':
Paul Seiderman, who is past chair- retirement from public *
man of the Regional Board of the weekend, and his resignu
Anti-Defamation League. Nathan- j pastor of the Shrine of f
,el Glickman, assistant professor j r lower,
of physiology, School of Medicine | The 73-year old Roman
( the University of Miami, will clergyman bean
M toast master.
Seymour Tyson, vice president,
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, will offer the
invocation. Leo Steinman, CVCA
chairman of the 5th District B'nai
B'rith, is installing officer, and
Mayor Melvin Richard will extend
greetings from the City of Miami
Beach.
tionwide attention in |
1930's. He once called
Franklin D. Roosevelt a"
and betrayer, and sai.
New York banking firm "u
control of Jews' had
nance the Russian revohi
He voiced the same vie.
cial Justice, a publication!
ed.
Adath Yeshurun
CJA Breakfast
Leaders of Temple Adath Yeshu- I
run met for tha congregation's ;
Combined Jewish Appeal Break-
fast on Sunday and heard Rabbi
Charles E. Shulman, spiritual lead- .
er of Riverdale Temple of New |
York City, dicuss the needs of CJA |
both at home and abroad.
Rabbi Shulman, who has made
frequent study trips to Israel, North
Africa and Europe, reported on his
survey of UJA-supported instal-
lations and agencies which are
made possible through annual con-
tributions to the Miami campaign.
Morris Brodsky and Al Kestler
wart co-chairmen of the temple
drive and of the breakfast, which
was part of the newly-instituted
North Dade synagogue cam-
paign on behalf of Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
introduced the guest speaker. Fol-
lowing Dr. Shulman's talk. Rabbi
Caplan told of the important local
agencies that are also supported
by the annual Combined Jewish
Appeal.
"This is our community's central
Jewish organization, and it is in-
cumbent upon us to provide out-
standing support for CJA and its 41
agencies, locally, nationally, and
overseas." Rabbi Caplan declared.
Passover Seder
To be Telecast
A special television broadcast of
the Passover Seder will be seen
Thursday. Apr. 15. 7 p.m.. over
Station WTIIS, Ch. 2.
Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kneseth
Israel Congregation; Marjorie
Brown, choir director of Temple
Or Olom; and Ira Buchwald. a stu-
dent of the Solomon Schechter
School at Temple Emanu-El, will
I be featured.
Script used lor the broadcast
| was written by Louis Schwartzman.
I executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, who will act
as narrator. It will include the
traditional Kiddush, the "Four
Questions." "Dayenu," "Grace Aft-
I er Meals," "Adir Hu," "Had Gad-
yah," and other appropriate melo-
1 dies.
opportunity
does knock
When opportunity first knocked with the
announcement Treasure House North was
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
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negative attitudes of Catholics to-
ward Jews.
"This particular study so im-
pressed Cardinal Be* that ha
had It reprinted by the Dutch
Documentation Center and dis-
tributed to each of the 2,500 lead-
ers of the Council," said Forster.
Master of ceremonies for the
evening was William L. Pallot,
chairman of the Florida Regional
Board of the Antl Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. George J.
Talianoff, a co-chairman of the
affair with Leonard L. Abess and
Mitchell Wolfson, presented the
plaque and paid honor to Meyer.
In accepting t h e testimonial,
Meyer reviewed the postwar years
here in Miami when he was chair-
man of the Regional ADL Board.
England and France Pledge Close Touch
With Affairs in the Middle East
estimonial dinner honorinq Sidney Meyer at Westview
Club are (left to right) Arnold Forster, qeneral coun-
,..,.e Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; Meyer, who
Hted "for distinguished leadership in the cause of human
\" and George Talianoff, co-chairman of the affair with
jrd L. Abess and Mitchell Wolfson.
Leader Cites World Trouble Spots
inner in Honor of Sidney Meyer
I counsel
ei k .ii a
sting-
;. e cause "i
... : SUPDOI I I I
I
L i .1 sol-
V. rt herance
ghe-l ; if our ilcm-
Mr, who has iust returned
1 trip to London, discussed
|e reaction among Euro-
i the U.S. racial problems
Citing Selma, Ala., Fors-
glared that "while we *r*
for a solution for equal
sr all in this country, our
abroad'feel that we are
gressing rapidly enough."
to matters of employ-1
crimination, Forster cited
J studies of the League,^
powed that while employ-
crimination against Jews
0,000 a year or less cate-
rs receding, executive po-
lin America's banks, in-
I companies, automobile
fons and others are still
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LONDON(JTA)A joint Anglo-
French communique issued here
and in Paris Saturday pledged the
two countries to remain in close
contact on problems concerning
Africa and the Middle East.
The communique, which came as
a result of the Paris talks between
Prime Minister Harold Wilson and
President de Gaulle, stated that
the two nations would consider
these problems in the light of their
common desire to contribute to
'he stability and economic devel-
opment of the regions, with full
respect for the independence and
integrity of the countries con-
cerned.
Dispatches received here from
Cairo reported the belief that the
"'Palestine Question" was one of
the subjects discussed at the meet-
ing last week between Chinese Pre-
mier Chou En-lai and Egyptian
President Gamal Abdci Nasser.
During his Cairo visit, Chou also
spoke with the Egyptian Prime
Minister, Aly Sabry.
beyond the reach of most Ameri-
in .1
1 his i- i: .
risfa
to '
Americi
Porster cited restricted
untrj clu 5. ""rtp management
f ma jor i .us., are reluc-
tant t'i hit i a || these
can not gain admittance Into the
flubs where the majority of their
executives socialize and discuss
business matters," Forstefc* ex-
plained.
On the world scn$\%oister dealt
with anti-Semitism" in the Soviet
Union and the need fpr continuing
pressure on the Russian Govern-
ment to ease its restrictions
against Jews. On this continent,
Forster said, "She, JJ'nai B'rith
and the Anti-Defamation League i
are opening two offices in Latin |
America, which will be for the
purpose of working with and in-
suring the "safety of the Jewish
population of the$e countries."
With reference to the Ecumen-
ical Council. Forster cited an ADL
study done by the University of
California Research Center, which
showed that the deicide charge
plays an important role in shaping
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Friday, fl

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
From Cookbooks to Paperbacks: A Su,
MY JEWISH KITCHEN- The Momele's Ta-am Cookbook.
By Rosabelle Edlin and Shushannah Spector. 480 p.p.
New York: Liveright, 386 Park Ave. So. $5.95.
A VERY THOROUGH Jewish cookbook, featuring many
W unusual recipes as well as the standard, tested by time
and lasle. suggestions, is the product of two Miami women.
I (inner Palm Beach resident Rosabelle Edlin is a cook
who also does research; coauthor Shushannah Spector,
Hebrew teacher at the Hebrew Academy, also contributed
special Israeli recipes which, together with the Contin-
ental section, make the book not only thorough but inter-
national.
Off the Record:
Unusual, too, is the warmth and spirit of the commen-
taries the extra hints and tips on preparation of food, and
the historical background of kashruth and holiday customs.
Other features are full lists of meat cuts and fish, of ac-
ceptable spices, "how-to" sections on canning, preserving
and pickling, party platters, and menus.
There is an inspired effort here to produce a cook-
book which reallv fUls the -from generation-to-generauon
role, and does so with imagination, as well as tradition.
1 can personally vouch for the fact that the hamantashen
this vear were 'better than ever, and there is a soup reci-
pe -Mamas Supreme Vegetable Soup") in here which is
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Jewish Historical Society Insights
DID YOU KNOW that a "trefrr"
banquet" in June of 1883 at the
Cincinnati Highland house was thej
opening wedge in the movement),
which culminated in the founding
of the Jewish Theological Seminary!
and the establishment of the Con-*
servative wing in the American,]
Synagogue?
A good deal of light was thrown|__
last week on the subject by Dr. Joiui j. /ppei in a
paper he read in Cincinnati at the 63rd annual meet-
ing of the American Jewish Historical Society. Re-
form-minded historians, said Dr. Appel, explained
the serving of non-kosher foods on this ceremonial
occasion, the graduation of the first class of Ameri-
i
/ Write as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
The Baby Market
Haila
AS IN SO ninny other things Israel
** is a land of extremes also in
matters pertaining to the care and
welfare of homeless or unwanted
children. On the one hand, laws
governing adoption of babies arc
progressive, thorough, efficient.
And (Hi the other hand. Israel may
be one of the last of the enlight-
eucu cuuuuies of the West which still has a liberal
share of si-called orphan asylums.
Founded many years ago, some of them continue
to exist on the momentum of their lund-raising ap-
paratus, though social and welfare workers agree
that where infants are concerned it is far better
ior the child to be raised in a home environment, no
matter how modest, than in an institution, no mat-
ter how luxurious.
Israel adoption law was passed about three years
ago. The .Ministry of Social Welfare is charged" with
responsibility for recommending the placement of a
child, and the courts then certify the legal adop-
tion. There is one address and central responsibility.
Administration is by experenced, understandng so-
cial workers.
About a hundred babies a year are placed. Since
the demand exceeds the supply, the staff is extreme-
ly careful before making recommendations, and
the investgiations may often take many months.
Even after assignment of the child, the new par-
ents must face a trial period of six months, failing
which the adoption may be annulled.
There are frequent requests from childless fam-
ilies abroad, but these are never filled. It is con-
sidered contrary to the child's interests and against
national policy, as well, to send children out of the
country. However, a way has been found to circum-
n Someone from abroad who is willing to
1 range i" give a pregnant mother a free trip to
trope or even the U.S. They will maintain her
there until shi birth, following which she re-
turn- to Israel. In this way she has n< I viola) i any
law; shi taken a baby out of the country. Re-
ports have it that t!ic i xp&rience is a harrowing one,
and there have been a number ol cases of suit
thereafter on the part of these girls, brought on
by depression,
There is a reverse traffic, as well, where girls
from overseas come to Israel to bear their unex-
ted child hi 5 from family and friends.
Only one provision oi the adoption law lias aroused
the opposition of the social workers, and they are
struggling to have it changed. At the time of adop-
tion and thereafter, the courts seal th name of the
natural mother (and father if known 1 in the seen'
file of the child. The name may never be revealed
to the foster parents nor to anyone elseexcept to
the child himself when he reaches the age of 18.
The reason for this provision is to be found in the law,
secular and religious alike, which forbids an incestu-
ous marriage between brother and sister. The 18-
year-old may look into his file and ascertain who his
parents were thus enabling him to prevent pos-
sible marriage to a sibling.
can-trained rabbis from the Hebrew Union College
and the annual council meeting of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations as an unlortunatc
accident and oversight which furnished the enemies
of Rabbi Isaac M. Wise with an issue to attack and
discredit him at a sensitive period in his career and
in the development of the Hebrew Union College.
On the other hand, Conservative writers point to
the strong emotional impact the incident made on
the leaders of opinion among rabbis belonging to
the "historical school." In any event, the Jewish
press of the day had a picnic, ringing with charges
and countercharges and contradictory accounts oi
what happened and what was served on that day
ol June 11, 1883.
From another paper, read by Dr. Samuel J. Hur
witz. we learn that Jamaican Jews were the first to
achieve political rights from Great Britain.
The British Government at first refused to assent
to legislation giving the Jews political rights until
those rights were given to non-white citizens. Thus,
the Jews in Jamaica had to wait for political rights
until the government of Jamaica granted, under
pressure, political rights to the free Negroes. It was
only then that the British Government assented to
legislation granting the Jews of Jamaica political
rights. Under the Windsor Proclamation of 1661, all
English subjects were entitled to equal privileges,
but the Jews of Jamaica nevertheless soon lound
themselves unable to vote, to hold public oflice, or
to be employed in public service.
Was Mordecai Manual Noah a mere charlatan, a
visionary, or a scatter-brained though interesting
individual'' Dr. Joshua Kohn. in a paper attempt-
ing to give an answer to this question, presents a
number of interesting views of this unioue figure in
early American life. Dr. Robert Gordis, a noted
Jewish scholar, views Noah as a visionary and as
the first political Zionist a half-century before
Herzl, A similar view is taken by Isaac Goldberg,
who depicted Maj. Noah as a Zionist and a practiced
politician. Another Jewish historian, Bernard D.
Weinryb. believes that Noah was really not the spec-
ulator in real estate he has been described to be.
but that he was greatly influenced by W. D. Robin-
son, who had a plan to settle Jews in the United
States. Mordecai Noah was also influenced through
association with Louis Way, a representative of the
London Bible Society, who sought to have the Rus-
sia Czar Alex I free all Jews so that he could bap-
tize them.
Asking "what was the driving force behind the
idea of establishing the Ararat State?" Dr. Kohn re-
plied that he was inclined to the view that the im-
mediate causes were the Missionary Societies in
New York City and the Jewish converts who were
trying to convert Jews and who established an un-
successful colony for persecuted Jews provided
they became baptized.
ambrosia, especially if you add a little cloy* I
ley, and just a pinch of red pepper.
A Guide for the Jewish Homemaker bv
Levi and Sylvia R. Kaplan, which was re'vfal
hardcover, is now available as a paperback
Books SB87. At $L95, it's a splendid manual of
Uon on all areas of Jewish life under a woman's
cradle to----------.
Other titles recently available Irom Scl
Bernard J. Bamberger's Tho Story of 'I|L
moth (471 pp.) and complete history, yeared to5*
reader, and to the general pocketbook ($2.45).
This edition of Martin Buber's Israel and lb,
Essays in a Tim* o* Crisis adds two new icctm
original 1948 issue. Since the essays range in tiau
ation from 1921 to 1957, it is a good soutca book*
to note the progression of Buber's philosophy.
Jews and Arabs: Their Contacts Through iht
S. D. Goitein, (Schocken SB83, $1.951 is an lug^
vey of the problem which picks up the cultural,
and spiritual aspects which most books ignwt
Ludwig Lewisohn's What is This Jewish Hrit
$1.25) presents the case for full identification
riaism. as opposed to a possible (?) assimilation
was originally published in 1954. and ten years
little difference in its validity. In fact, it will
be good lor a long while to come.
The Storm Over "The Deputy," edited by Entl
ley, has been issued by Dell Paperbook.-18292,95c)
and articles about the controversial play inclub
its author, Rolf Hochhuth, and other- by Pope Pi
nah Arendt, Alfred Kazin, and other lop critics,
tators and philosophers. It includes 254 pages,!
ating all the way.
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTM
The Black Bool
Jen
pour hundred and fifty |
* Long, wide pages; eachi
le-oclumneach tilled with 1
and figures. 83.914 name- Erf)
the name of a town, townlfj
lage or hamlet Each -pells 1
of tens, scores, hundi
of men and women andi
A book filled with names; 11
Hook black as the face of
or that's what it spells the "Black Book!
Calities tfhose Jewish Population was extend]
! y the Nazis,'' now published bj Yi
Jerusalem.
Opening the book we find a Ti
Who Were to be Exterminated" a table'
al the Nazis' Wannsee conference on the
- '.on held in mid-January, 1942 The ti |
tal: over eleven million Jews.
Well, the plan "failed."
Ui turn a page and lind anothei table, pn
' 1946 by the Anglo-American Committee 0!
q lirj on the extermination oi the J<
Ol Europe, and here the total is only
six million.
The hair-raising figure of nearly 34JJ001
purged" of their Jews by the Nazis includes 1
ropean countries: Austria, Czechoslovakia, E>B
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania'
embourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Bur
USSR, and Yugoslavia. To it, one should addt'
i.'h communities of Belgium, Bulgaria, Den*
France and Italy which did not escape the!""
oi the "Final Solution," but where the killin?
not generally take place in the localities tiesw
a- they have thus not been enumerated in lie"
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
^o Cheers for Investigating the Rig'
|IT is A it temptation lo cheer
D 1 Gasman Charles W<
oi Georgia for urging the House l'n
American Activities Committee to inves-
ti the Ku Klux Klan, the Minutemen,
and other right-wing group-. Bui we need
to take a long, hard look at the hislorj
and methods of the Congressional com
mittee. before we applaud.
Indeed, a true dedication to tradi- .
tional American freedom should impel us to keep this wild
gun in its holster
,n,IFmra,thP.USC,"LthC?r means grains, personnel
and methods of the House In American Activities Com-
mittee to achieve 'he end of exposing the most poison-
011s 01 the 1 -mhl-wing groups for the menace they are would
>(.ve only to strengthen a mechanism which should have
no permanent place in this nation's political life
,( '"rom "1C da>'s of the ol(l Hamilton Fish Committee in
1830, down the years through the headline -hunt mi? |..ad.
ership of Martin Dies, J. Parnell Thomas, John Rankin,
John Wood. Harold Velde. Fiancis Walter, and Edw n Wil-
lis, the House UnAmerican Activities Committee has pro-
duced a negligible trickle of legislation and a huge mass
01 suspicion, blighted careers, and denigration
Sn -.11 wonder that Rep. Wallet
man of the commit fee in l!Hto. I
its creation as a standing commit
tHeH
continued to advocate that its work 1 ;,J
the House Judiciary Committee,
. : wonder, too. that the com
' nee has seen the film
ridiculed .11 her day of stardom; has
pfire Girls, and the Catholic A
national Peace recorded in the commit*
langerously Internationalistii "'hiisedl
> ial Council of Churches '^|j
back against the bad name given I I
Air lore- Reserve Tram 1 ia| ^ |(f.
such lender regard before the House loin
After long and careful study ol
mittee, Fr. August R. Ogden conclude
the history of House of licp"
of what an investigating committee
an'
not I
u
of v. hat an investigating
Americans, genuinelv concerned .....
Conniiuni>m. have every reason tow d; .,',';>tij
about th r.
ConniiuniMii. have every reason iu ":.|il v is*
mittee received an appropriation oi >> doited
were (?1,000 known communists m jtrfl
and some $327,000 in 160 when ere_
10,000 known Communists in this couni .
m


April 9.
1965
Jnt/feft nrriciirtr
fh Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
3es to Install Gorinstein Sunday
Paqe 15-A
Florida C
Lodges wi
retaliation
0:30 a Mi
r.ng pres"
Gorinste
enl
in,
ouncil of B'nai Marvin Pearl man. Sholem
II hold its an- Lodge, will be treasurer, and Mail-
of officers on rjce y Fincgol(, of Cora, G bl
at the Carillon
Lodge, executive secretary. The
will be Jo- following wi" be installed as trus
local stock- tees:
Eli HurwitZ, Sholem Lodge; An-
sel A. Wittenstein, Hollywood
Lodge; Bernard Langberg, Har-
mony Lodge; .lack R. Glick, Ha-
tikvah Lodge; Herman Niulelmun,
Preodom Lodge; E. Allied Rowen.
North Shore Lodge; Irving Schatz-
man. Miami Beach Lodge; Bert
Brown. Me-Ami Lodge; Robert J.
Friedman, Gilbert J. Balkin.
B'nai B'rith Council consists of I
17 Lodges from Key West to Ft.
l.auderdale. B'nai B'rith is now
celebrating its 121st anniversary
in its service to humanity through-
out the world.
Nathan Perlmutter Named Asst. Director
Of Domestic Affairs for AJCommittee
NATHAN PtUMUTTtR
A former Miamian has been ap-
pointed assistant director of do-
mestic affairs of the American
Jewish Committee in New York
City
He is Nathan Perlmutter. who
for more than eight years served
aa Florida regional director of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made in New York.
Perlmutter will serve under John
Slawson. executive vice president
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, who in addition to this post
v ill also take on the responsibility
as director of domestic affairs for
AJCommittee.
Prior to his arrival in Miami,
Perlmutter held executive posi-
tions with the ADL in New Jer-
sey, Detroit and Denver, Colo.
He resigned here in April, 1964
to assume the directorship of
the New York City ADL Office.
In September. 1963, Perlmutter
spent a month in West Germany as
a guest of the Bonn Government
to study the Federal Republic's
program against anti-Semitism.
Perlmutter left his post as New
York ADL director early in March
to join the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
He is the author of many articles
in such leading magazines as Com-
mentary and New Leader.
Beth El Plans Seders
Congregation Beth El of Miami
will have community Seders on
Friday and Saturday nights. Apr.
16 and 17.
JOSEPH CORINSTtIN
community leader and
president o f Hatikvah
I B'nai B'rith. Gorinstein
that Paul Seiderman,
commissioner of the Anti-
k- m i.- a. le 11 B'nai B'rith,
fficer
ire Arthur
Dade Lodge,
nt-elei i presidents
i Ki il Gables
i erdie, Gilbert
; :k Rubin.
I Si Iney
|'.. Fl I Lo
ia March Will
tired on Radio
Morn- of Temple
i 'ii
nronitj Ini lations <>f the
of the Amert-
ish i announces
Montgomery*
\ ;enda foi
ich ill be
5 ind Station WM1E
t-Mont.
f
p- missi
I
t
I
]
s
will discuss the
lerj march.
Stanlej n.
o| the New York
iman Rights
president ol
h Congress;
newly-elected
i n's lii\ ision
Jewish Congress;
moderal >r all
ipated in the
(grecjation
:eives Gifts
Pres* ] to Congregation
h Achim, Miami Beach's
synagogue, at 6305 Collins
ni- ude an Ark from Mr. and
Milton Gordon, of Boston.
['nd a poroches" in honor
1 Mrs Irving Boyer. Boston.
Patented are a reading
P W and Mrs. Carl Simon.
" uss ; velvet cover for
P'p-Mr. and Mrs. Louis Co-
n Greenwich Conn.; tallais-
wmashim and prayerbooks,
; b>' Mr and Mrs. Louis
! "etroi-. Mich.
to Changes
ft of Prayer
ninued from Peg* LA
I', 5Pel not find the
inendship after 20 centu-
"" Jion quoted the
"II is because
. norance in the
I i i. Indeed, He
-1, instead of
ayed to his
I,,, them because
un"i know what they were
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*. Ip i fit fforidfrrir
FridY. April
Lebanon Moves to Divert the Jordan

i riday.
JERL'SALEM-(JTA) A
Spokesman for the Lebanese Gov
ernmcnt denied in Beirut tins week
that Lebanon had started work on
one of the Arab projects for the
diversion of the Jordan river head-
waters from Israel.
A report here stated that the
Lebanese spokesman said his Gov-
(inment was awaiting instructions
from the United Arab Command
before it starts work on the project.
The Cairo press reported that bids
for contracts for the work in Leb-
anon will be sought in the next
v eek, but other reports held that
Lebanon is holding back on imnlc
menting the project fearing that
Lebanon would be open u> attacks
by the [si aelis
In Washington, it was reoorted
that Phillips Talbot, Assistant
Secretary of State for Near East-
ern Affairs, may discuss the
arms supply and water diversion
issues when he visits th Middle
East, including Israel, on his re-
tir from th CENTO conference
in Teheran this week.
1; was officially announced in
Washington thai Secretary of State
Dean Rusk, on his >\ay back from
?he Teheran cnniereace. will >top
n Geneva for a one-day meeting
"it'i fie U.S. ambassadors to Isra
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by ISABEL GRCVE
il
oman s
m/crU
2 "dfewislri Floridian
m wage toffee for Mrs.
,acobs hosted by Dolly (Mrs.
ust| Harris nnd Rhona (Mrs.
.'" Guberman Cues! of
r vl|i i. spending the holi-
IM ,grael and then tour Italy.
Inc,. and Switzerland before
[riling in 'In- country and a
with her son. Kabhi David
,l,, in Massachusetts .
|st nishini! her "happy land
.,,,,1 safi return" included
,\U- Hi iii> i Lubow, Mrs.
, ziif and daughter Adele
terman, 1. n illt l Mrs. Alex)
Mom Mrs Irvln) Gold-
Shir) e j Mrs. Daniel)
id Ellen Mrs Ralph1 Leid-
\,l,.l,. Mr* George) Bern-
l \ir> Se> mour i Elaine i Co-
Urs Perrj Flo) Altfleld,
|l Mrs Robert) Smith.
|, (Mrs Danield) Haven, Sel
iMrs Murray i Turetsky.
Morgan iKev) Levy, Mrs.
bard iCarol Chessman. Mrs.
Ins (Connie) Baros, and Mrs.
Ink (Micke; i Rose.
pus reaching Molly and Mor-
|Kcselman thai his nephew.
Lard Hachman, has been ap-
iinl ,ui Assistant U.S. Attorn-
b> Attorney General Nicholas
Katzenbach is ca use for
si pride \ member of the
riila Bar since 1961, Hach-
has been assigned to handle
and cniiHii.il matters in the
Ltsonvillc Division The
29-year-old attorney is married
and has two daughters .
.lames Emerman is home front
a visit to New Orleans, where
he was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs Louis Walling and son Joel
... In the exotic southern city
during Mardi Gras, highlight of
the celebration for James was
the Carnival Ball His parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Emerman,
residents here for 16 years, are
originally from New Orleans
Two out-of-town births ol In-
terest here; Maurice Marc, born
Mar. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
J. Lefkort. of New York City.
Young mother is the former Itita
Grossman, (laughter of Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman and the late Mau-
rice Grossman And Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin William Leavitt, of
Miami Beach, are grandparents
of a first son born Mar. 29 to
daughter Josephine ;md husband
lrwin Cooperman, of Brooklyn...
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kupchik
hosting a reception in their
home on Sunday to honor neph-
ew Bruce Tryon observing his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing at Temple Zton Among
out-of-town guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. Fritz Kupchik. of Bos-
ton. Mass.. the celebrants grand-
parents, and Ellas Bramson, of
Worcester, Mass., father if Mrs
Kupchik Bramson was re-
cently cited In both the Wor
Continued on Page 7-B
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 9, 1965
Section B
Holiday in Spain Show Saturday
Second annual art show and
cocktail party of the Women's
Committee, Jewish f a m i I y and
Children's Service, will be held on
Saturday, tj to 8:30 p.m.. at the
Neptune Room oi the Surfside
Community Center, 9301 Collins
Ave.
A trip i i Spain for two will be
first prize at the party.
In addition to individual artists.
'ncludins Sadie Kosenblum. the
following galleries will participate:
Galerie M, Petite Galerie, Marble
Arch Gallery. The Gallery. Ft.
I.auderdale and Jerusalem Art
Center
Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky will
present a numiier of framed lith-
i graphs by Chagall. Dufy. Orozco,
Masson, and Toulouse-Lautrec.
All proceeds from the party will
benefit JT'CS Children's Home, an
additional resource in the program
ol services offered by the organiza.
tion. w h i c h is affiliated with
Greater M'.'imi Jewish Federation
and L'nited Fund of Dade County
Discussing final plans for Women's Committee. Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service, "Holiday in Spain" ar* show and
cocktail party on Saturdy eveninq are (left to riqht) Mrs.
Irving H. Fell, a past president, Mrs. Max V. Cogen. Women's
Committee president, and Mrs. Fred J. Lighte, past president.
EXJOY THE RI1II TRAIHTIOXS
Of PASSOYER IX Ml SU RY EEARIXIi ARTISTS
,tco.d fourth (loo. b.idcje DCWNIOWN MIAMI (tliO fli dadc-limd, miwni beach, and 163rd Itrwt)


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Jewlst Horldiar)
Frida
V' Ab
'Outstanding' Beth Sholcm Sisterhood
Member Sees Need for Service Today
. v. >< '
Irving B. Kaplan feels that
as member of the Jewish com-
munity she i- fulfilling her des-
tiny by helping in the battle
-t injustice In the world.
And Mrs. Kaplan puts her ambi-
tions and activities where her
f> elings are
For this reason, among others.
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
singled her out as "the woman who
h;:s been of outstanding service to
the eommunit\ and the congrega-
tion." Mrs. Kaplan was cited at a
Great Society Luncheon given by
Sisterhood last week in the Doral
Beach Hotel.
Among her many activities, Mrs
Kaplan is past president of Justine
Chapter. American Jewish Con-
gress, and now serves as vice pres-
Torah Hadassah
Eye Bank Party
Torah Group of Hadassah held
its annual Eye Bank cocktail par-
ty at the home of Mrs. Moe Langer.
3261 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables, on
Saturday night.
The affair was held to raise
funds for Hadassah's Anti-Trach-
oma Eye Clinic Service, which su-
pervises more than 10.000 children
from Middle East countries.
Entertainment was furnished by
Marty Eorster. a 13-year-old sev-
enth grade student at West Miami
Junior High School, who though
sightless since birth, is an able pi-
anist. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Forster. 6316 S\V 10th
St He was Bar Mitzvah several
weeks ago at Temple Zion.
Also on the program were selec-
tions by .Mike Cominni. operatic
tenor, who has studied voice in
New York City and performed at ;
Cainegie Hall. He has appeared
in concerts throughout the United I
States. Due to a head wound re-
ceived overseas during World War
II, he has been blind since 1944.
Cominni was accompanied by Mrs.
Mary Wood, a local music teacher. ;
Chairman of the affair was Mrs.
Melvin Schwartz, assisted by Mrs.
William Edelstein and Mrs. Moe
Langer. co-chairmen.
ident of the Florida Women's Di-
vision hi AJI on i ess
During the I ted Fund
.<). he sen ed as chairman
oi residents on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kaplan was active in re-
- and community affairs In
New York before coming to Mi
ami Beach with her family in
1949 and immediate!) became in-
volved in similar programs here,
she ha< served ai president of
North Beach PTA and president
of Temple Beth Sholom PTA and
Sisterhood. Currently she serves as
chairman of the Board of Edu-
cation at Beth Sholom.
Presentation to Mrs. Kaplan
was an engraved silver wine pit-
cher made by Mrs. Alexander
Robbins. also a past president of
Sisterhood.
Musical program featured "The
Sound of Musings." written by
Rabbi Leon K r on i sli, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom. and Mrs
J. Bernard Spector. Sisterhood pro
gram chairman. Cantor David
Conviser and Salwa Merrige, of
the Beth Sholom Choir, offered the
musical portions, accompanied by
Irving Laibson. pianist.
Well-known comedy writer. Sid
Fields, made a surprise appear-
ance. In charge of prizes was Mrs.
D. Murray Sonnet. Mrs. Leo Levin.
president of Sisterhood, conduct-
ed the function. Mosdames Aaron
M. Reder and Benjamin B. Gold-
stein served as co-chairmen.
Mrs. Saul Morgan was in charge
of decorations, and Mesdames Har-
old Druker, Harry Wolk and Sey
mour Silverman were in charge of
reservations. Mrs. Samuel Hirsch
was in charge of hostesses. Mes-
dames Irving Westin and Morris
Lipp were in charge of sponsors.
Cantoi Brown tc Officiate
Cantor H. Richard Brown will
conduct the traditional Passover
Seder at the Eden Roc Hotel on
April 16 at 7 p.m.. accompanied by
his choir and organist Martin God-
win and conductor Barnett Bree-
skin. This marks the sixth year
that Cantor Brown has conducted
the Seder services at the Eden
Roc.
To AU Greetings G. ABRAHAM
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Phone JE 8-7592
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Closed Saturdays and Holidays
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Phon-o-Gift Drive in High Gear
Women's Division
, am ni into hi.
MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
Phono-Gilt
h gear this
week as members "i leading or-
i/.,in.ii- met at Federation
leadquarters from 9:30 to 12 noon
e\ery daj for Phon-o-Gift activi-
ties.
Mr.-. Charles 1'. Feinberg and
Mrs Sol G Idstein, co-chairmen oi
,|l(' phone solicitation drive, an-
nouni ed I ha I for the inaugural
week Pioneer Women manned the
phones on Tuesday, Hadassah was
the Wednesday group, ;md Wo-
men's Hmerican out was to take
part in the Thursday Phon-o-Glft
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home tor the Aged "ill
man the phones next Tuesday, and
tli.- Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
will take over on Wednesday.
Temple Sisterhoods are expected
o join in the program, in addition
to leaders of other outstanding
women's organizations and the
auxiliarii -
i'eder.,1,,
Hi unity
"Phonin for a p|,
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next to a
chairmi n stated. ",-
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lives v e will
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and .....
women in hi ,
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Beth DavH Pre-USy
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lar officers for Bets a
I'SY group will be ir.al
on the meeting
from 7 to 8 p.m., in the( '
Cantor William W. [j
director lor the
11 and 12.warn
I
THE OFFICERS OF THE LEBEDIKER BRANCH
extend their heartiest good wishes to the Board of Directors and to all their members I
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JTApri' y.
1965
+Jewish ncrkflar,
Page 3-B
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Bi'llin
Mj **
MM GINA SMAMR
la Scheaffer
rs Top Award
. scheaffer now In her fouth
[ library assistant at Treas-
T ,i Elementary School, has
fa a mei M award from the
(ouncil "i South Florida.
C^ear-old Gina, daughter
and Mrs Edward J. Scheaf-
\ ~ Treasure Dr., Treasure
Mia n Beach, has the
[job oi opening the librarj
jh'e adult librarian arrives,
[lakes part In Hie school's
art course, was picked as
lamp's narrator for its pro-
V of Oklahoma last summer,
la discriminating reader.
J.. active in Young Judaea
lebreu School at Temple
h,
id Home Has
.or Luncheon
It who have completed their
pledges to the Greater Ml-
homen's Auxiliary. Jewish
for the Aged, will be guesta
annual donor cocktail and
li.n part; on Sunday. 11:30
it the Algiers Hotel.
kupal speaker of the after-
kill be Judge Irving Cypen,
pnt. Jew ish Home for the
Program chairman, Mrs.
fiko\ sky, will introduce the
Horosnj string trio, who
bertain
I nile will lie of-
1: Mrs !.. irence Silverman,
iO pn sidenl Mrs Irvinjj
i invocation, and
n honorary
' li al the can-
I
1 Mrs Rose
P ris Kripple,
r R Roth, donor jour-
I
A rose by another name thai only
smells ;is sweet lint tastes even
better, is our beloved favorite, the
strawberry, A member of the rose
family, it may have gotten its
name from the trailing, or "stray-
ing" habit of the plant, and origin
ally may have been called "stray-
berry." Strawberry is easier to
say than strayberry, but under any
name the berries are delightful
to eat. Since strawberries are
grown somewhere in the United
States during each month of the
year, and since our modern mira-
cle of transportation makes it pos-
sible for us to have them no mat-
ter where we live, we can pur-
chase them at any time.
Straw benies are a treat whether
we eat them raw or cooked. When
we blend them with rhubarb, the
combination oi sweet and tart is
most pleasing. Speaking of rhu-
Larb, 1 would like to tell you of
all the wonderful suggestions sent
to us. To overcome the extreme
tartness of rhubarb without using
either a large quantity of sugar or
a sugar substitute, place the
washed and sliced rhubarb in a
saucepan, cover to 3 inches above
the top with water, bring to a hard
rolling boil, then remove from the
heat and let stand 30 minutes.
Drain, and proceed with no added
water and only half the amount of
sugar suggested in the recipe. The
first recipe, a Strawberry Rhubarb
Cobbler, demonstrates how well
the suggestion works, and is so
good it is a fine addition to our
list of parve desserts.
For the second recipe, a Straw-
berry-Rice Parfail was selected to
demonstrate how a simple family
dessert becomes a very pretty and
elegant one by adding strawberries.
The choice of sour or whipped
cream is purely a matter of per-
sonal taste. Both are good, the sour
cream will give a slightly tart fla-
vor, the whipped cream a rich one
Strawberry-Rhubarb Cobbler
4 cups rhubarb cut into l-inch
pieces
Elks Attend Show
Miami Beach Elks Club will at-
tend the Cassanova Rooms show in
the Deatn .lie II o t e I. starring
Shirley .Ion, -. at midnight on Sun-
clay. Le. (," i les, in charge "i ar-
rangements, expects about 300
members
- cop- sliced straw berries
l 3/8 cup- sifted all-purpose flour
3 eggs, well beaten
1 1/4 cups sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons double acting
baking powder
1/-I teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons parve kosher
margarine
6 tablespoons orange juice
Place the rhubarb in a sauce-
pan, cover with water to 3 inches
above the top. and bring to a hard
boil. Remove at once from the heat
and let stand 30 minutes. Drain
thoroughly. Add the strawberries.
Blend 3/8 cup of the Hour with 1
cup of the sugar. Stir gently into
the rhubarb and strawberries.
Gently stir in 2 of the eggs. Place
the mixture in a well-greased, ra-
ther shallow 6-cup baking dish.
Sift together into a mixing bowl the
remaining flour and sugar, the ba-
king powder, and salt. Cut in the
margarine until the mixture re-
sembles meal. Stir together the re-
maining egg and the orange juice.
Pour into the flour. Stir until well
blended. Drop the batter evenly
Over the strawberry-rhubarb mix-
ture. Bake at -I2.~> degs. F. 25 to
30 minutes, until a rich brown.
Serve warm. This amount makes
8 portions
Strawberry-Rice Parfait
2 1/2 cups cooked rice
1 1/2 cups milk
1/4 cup sugar
i teaspoonful vanilla extract
I pint strawberries
1 cup dairy sour cream or
whipped cream
1 tablespoon silted confectioners
sugar
Cook the rice in boiling salted
water until it is just tender. Drain
thoroughly, and add the milk and
sugar, Bring to a boil, then sim-
mer until most of the milk is ab-
sorbed and the mixture is creamy.
Stir constantly and scrape the bot
loin of the pan during the last few
minutes to prevent sticking. Re-
move from the heat, add the va-
nilla, and refrigerate, covered, un.
til serving time. Shortly before serv-
ing, reserve .i of the choicest ber-
ries and slice the rest. Blend the
sour cream or whipped cream with
the confectioners sugar. In 5 parfait
glasses or glass dessert dishes ar
range layers of pudding, straw-
berries and cream. Garnish with
the reserved berries. If possible,
have two layers of pudding, straw-
berries and cream in each dish. This
amount serves 5.
Miamian Writes
Magazine Article
"Quiet Revolution in Miami" is
the title of an article in the cur-
rent edition ol "The Progressive,"
of Madison, Wise, bj Mis Elaine
li. Samet.
The article discusses the reasons
behind Miami's quiet interracial
scene as compared with othci cit-
ies throughout the south.
Mrs Samet is a former faculty
member at the University of Mi-
ami. She is the wiie of Seymour
Samet. who for more than a dec-
ade was executive director of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
The Samets recently moved to
Washington, DC. where Mr.
Samet is a member of the Collins
Commission on civil rights
Hemophilia Group
Annual Luncheon
Annual luncheon ol Miami Beach
Hemophilia Auxiliary was to be
held on Thursday noon at the
Carillon Hotel.
Guest speaker was to be Dr.
Martin ('. Rosenthal. medical ad-
visor. National Hemophilia Foun-
dation, and associate hemotologist
at Mt. Sinai Hospital. New York.
Founder-president r the group
is Mrs. Delia S. Delaney.
Enjoy that special "torn"
of Passover menus...
enhanced by fine poultry
from Empire
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salads from cut-up parts ... your Passover meals will win
praises when they're planned around Empire.
And convenient! Empire has done all the koshering lor
you ... ready-to-cook with no fuss or bother. Save
money, too, because Empire Poultry is completely
cleanedyou pay only for net edible weight. Discover
Empire lor Passover, and you'll re-discover how really
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+JelsMcrkfl&tn
Friday, April 9,
1985
SALE! NORITAKE CHINA
FOR A PASSOVER SETTING
Tut STOHI. v\ '( I.ORi;-.'. -\ -V
8PECMAMJ
the It a aert if eombination
tar a bright Vassal -er table
set reg. 3.98
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before We ought to know, we use it ourselves!
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third floor, fort lauderdale
t"-pr. sets tn uparklf
an uaur holiday mhl,
112K5I5) rogularlv 49 9,5 s
45MI5) regularly 59.95
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When family and friends -.
this Passover, serve then^ on
gieaming Noritake China Si
six tastefully desic
regal patterns T:
>gs fit for a hoi
Featured: A. Corona ...)>
B. Lila mjn\
C Galaxy "!&.!>!&
D Astor Rose l!J.!M>
E Gina >"
ALSO, 20 OFF ON OPEN STOCK
39.99 49.99 59.99
R?g SjIo Reg Sale Reg $..,
Regular Soup 1.65 1.32 1.75 1.50 1.85 1.48
Large Soup 1.65 1.32 1.75 1.50 1.85 1.48
Fruit 1.00 .80 1.10 .88 1.15 .92
Salt & Pepper 3:50 2.80 3.60 2.96 3.95 3.16
12' platter 5.95 4.76 6.25 5.00 6.95 5.56
16" platter 10.95 8.76 1 1.25 9.00 11.95 9.56
Gravy 5.50 4.40 5.95 4.76 6.50 5.20
Divided Vegetable 6.95 5.56 7.50 6.00 7.95 6.36
Teapot 8 50 6 80 860 6.88 8 95 7.16
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ridoy. April 9. 1965
"JenlsMrrldflir
Page 5-B
AND WIN
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koshvr for Vnssorvr
CARMEL JERUSALEM
Concord Concord Grape
Malaga Red Natural Sweer
Rishon White Medium
Adorn Alic Dry White Table
Partom Dry Red Table
Sharir
Topaz
Muscatel
Horowitz Jfr#r#lii
finr Hoods for Pasxorrr
MIXES
Potato Pancake .49
Sponge Cake .63
Chocolate Cake .63
Coffee Cake .63
Honey Cake .63
Golden Yellow Cake .63
Chocolate Fudge Brownies .63
MATZOHS
Plain Matzoh ea. .51
Thin Tea Matzoh ea. .51
Whole Wheat Matzoh ea. .55
Egg Matzoh ea. .65
Chocolate Coated
Egg Matzoh ea. .85
MACAROONS
Coconut .99
Chocolate Fingers .99
Chocolate Dipped .99
TREE-RIPENED FRUITS
California Moist Pak 4.59 tin
California Assorted Glace
of nuts, dates 4.59 tin
California Assorted Glace
of nuts and nut dates 4.59 tin
California Crystallized
Citrus Peels .59 ea.
JM FOODS. FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI
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+Jeisii fkridiair
Frida
Leaders of Women's Organizations
Join Hands to Make CJA a Success
y- Apm,
Leaders of women's organiza-
tions throughout the community
joined in making the luncheon and
matinee for Combined Jewish Ap-
peal at the Eden Roc Hotel on
War. 30 another successful event
of the Women's Division."
Co-chairmen Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz
held a "hot-line" conversation
across the room of the Eden Rocs
Cafe Pompeii, reporting on the
highlights of the CJA luncheon
Junior Auxiliary
Season -Closing
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged is closing the
season with a luncheon on Tues-
day at West view Country Club for
trustees, new life members, and
donors.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Jesse Le Vine, and donor chairman
is Mrs. Philip Brocly.
Entertainment will be furnish-
ed by accordionist. Larry Blue,
and vocalist, Honey Kromer. ac-
companied at the piano by Sally
Kav.
Emanu-EI Plans
For Two Seders
Congregation of Temple Emanu-
El will usher in Passover, the Fes-
tival of Freedom, with a commun-
ity Seder on Eriday. Apr. 16. 7
p.m.. at the I'ontainebleau Hotel.
Joseph M. Lipton. president, an-
nounced. The Seder will be con-
ducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
EI, and Cantor Zvi Adler.
Second night will also be ob-
served with a community Seder on
Saturday evening, Apr. 17. at the
Eontainebleau.
and also introducing those who
helped to make the day an out-
standing success.
Dr. living Lehrman. 1965 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal chairman,
was guest speaker, and discussed
the importance of women's activ-
ity on behalf of CJA's 41 agencies.
Sulie Harand. entertainer, pre-
! sented her one-woman presenta
lion of the hit show, "Funny Girl."
; depicting the life of stage star
Fanny Brice.
Awards for outstanding Women's
Division support were presented
by the chairmen to the following
at the luncheon: Women's Amer-
ican ORT. accepted by Mrs. Louis
Baron and Mrs, Florence Kupper
man; Pioneer Women, accepted
by Mrs. Milton Green: and the
Greater Miami Auxiliary Jewish
Home for the Aged, accepted by
Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Decorations were produced by
Mrs. Bernard Abel. Prizes were
arranged by Mrs. Sally Krone.
Production coordinators for the
afternoon included Mrs. Bernard
Abel. Mrs. Louis Baron. Mrs. Larry
Eriedland. Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Florence
Kupperman, Mrs. Larry Silverman.
Mis Sol Silverman and Mrs. Irv-
ing Wexler.
Reservations table was manned
by Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. .Mrs.
Ethel Nagler, Mrs. Leo Rutstcin
and Mrs. Ann Tanenbaum
Women Accountants to Meet
American Society of Women Ac-
countants, Miami Chapter, will
hold a dinner meeting Tuesday
Apr. 20. 6:30 p.m.. at the McAllis-
ter Hotel.
Homer A. Newman Jr.. of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
will address the group, discussing
Bankruptcy and Fraud as Seen
by the FBI."
i "i "I I rum I'l
Head Table B, from which Mrs. Sidney Sch-
wartz, Combined Jewish Appeal luncheon and
matinee co-chairman, spoke to Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, co-chairman at Table A. proved a
novel settinq for the Women's Division affair.
At Table B are (left to right) Mrs. Milton Green,
president of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Carl
Weinklo, Women's Division Initial Gifts co-
chairman; Federation Executive Director Ar-
Wilno Kosher
Passover Foods
Enjoy your Passover holidays
with Kosher for Passover corned
beef, salami, frankfurters and bo-
logna. They will be available at
your local dealers in time for Pass-
over, manufactured by the Wilno
Kosher Sausage Company of Chi-
cago, one of the oldest and largest
manufacturers of 100 percent kosh-
er beef delicatessen products.
For the past 71 years. Wilno Kosh-
ei delicacies have been on Passover
tables from coast-to-coast. They are
prepared under the strict supervi-
sion of Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady mashgichim to as-
sure that "everything is Kosher for
Passover in accordance with the
ritualistic tradition."
For the past three-quarters of a
century, Wilno has established a
reputation across the nation for its
excellent, tantalizing and delicious
pure beef products The same ten-
der care that goes into these prod-
ucts all-year-round is also to be
found in the bologna, frankfurters,
corned beef and salami especially
prepared to help make your Pass
over more enjoyable. ST.
kA
thur S. Rosichan; Mrs. Florence Ki
of ORT, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz; Mrs.
Glickman, Miami Beach Women's choi
Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman, president of the
ation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Jack
Apartment House co-chairman; end ifal
rence Silverman. president of the GreaJl
ami Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the h
Not to be outdone by Head Table B, Head Table A. pr
over by co-chairman, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, had amocJ
dignitaries (left to right) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, pasti
ident of the Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Jack A. As]
Initial Gifts co-chairman,- Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, quest i
at the luncheon and 1965 CJA chairman; and Mrs.
luncheon co-chairman with Mrs. Sidney Schwartz.
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Page 7-B
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b\f Isabel Gf

rove
(jnued from Page 1-B
and the Beth Is-
Brotherhood for
0,ion to the study.
teach"'- of the Talmud
h celebrate hia 90tn
|y on this occasion.
| irable time had
[Hi, ie>ts at the cocktail
Lee -nid Sam
I Bay Harbor island,
,,: in people at
r ia8t week. .
Bi lie and fc-l-
I > and (iilfla
d Beulah Davis,
I Epstein, Ann and
IKiim
,.. uork.1 displayed at the
art show being
H. the Women's Com-
mily and Chil-
j service n Saturdaj e\
gurf^ide I mmunitj Cen-
|ll I,, -, ieral by local artist
lYoungerman.
i Geiger has written
labout her participation in
]la excavations under the
khip oi Gen Ylgael Yadin
Kriam a student at the He-
University, takes an
heoloay course taught
inn n' the class was of-
[the dunce to tr;ule skill
lina and other manual work
Igging tent) and food
list served al 5 a.m. i
|m i Mrs. Edyth Geiger,
mother of Miriam, and regional
director of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, the
student life at the Jerusalem
campus includes choir, orchestra,
dances and trips, volunteer work
at the hospital and such novel-
ties as i he archaeology trip, :i
dinner with fellow --students from
Persia and a discussion period
with fellow-classmates from Si
erra Leone, Nigeria and Burma.
Busy Ho/ i Mrs Gerald) Soltz.
who has just been chosen bj
National Hadassah to lead a tour
to Israel and Europe this sum
mer, lound time to make a
kitchen shower for bride-elect
Fait h, daughter of long-time
friends." Mr. and Mrs Norman
Reinhard ... At the shower were
the bride's mother. Maxine Rein-
hard, the groom's mother. Jennie
Mae Cleln, Gert Davidson. Helen
Bluoin. Mona Sand. Sue Bromley,
Sylvia Burak. Claire Greenfield,
Joanne Leopold. Jennie Solo.
Anne Davidson. Betty Ann Mar-
shall and Miriam Geycr, Dorothy
Sagman and Hilda Lazarus .
Hit of the evening were the four
Soltz moppets. Bonnie 12. How-
ard 10. and Alyssa 4 and Lesly
Beth 2'-\ who opened the multi-
tude of gifts which were often
bigger than they The future
bride will say "1 do" to Haman
Clein at Beth David on May 2.
ft ft -i
Martin and Steven. 14-year-old
twin -"us oi Mr and Mrs. Louis
\ aim. will plaj a duo-piano pro-
gram on Sundaj afternoon, Apr.
25, ai the Deauville Hotel for the
National Federation of Music
Club.- 33rd biennial convention
. Steven was also top state
winner in piano for the Junior
State conventi n held earlier
this month in Orlando. .
Susan Feller, presidcnl oi the
Hadassah Henrietta Szold Group
entertained officers and chair-
men at her home in the Forte
T wers honoring Ann Melnick's
return to good health .
Mrs Jerome Kimball, now al
home recuperating from a recent
illness which kept her at Mt.
Sinai Hospital, bouyed up bj the
many kind wishes which reached
her there
Felice and Gerald Schwartz are
yetting back to normal after an
influx of friend- .mil relatives for
son Gary Robert's Bar Milzvah.
and the reception in his honor
at their home in Stonehaven .
Felice's identical twin sister.
Mrs. Arnold (Janice i Ribnick.
journeyed down from Minneapo-
lis with her husband Gerry's
parents. Martha and George,
drove in from Santa Monica, Cal.
. Aunts, uncles and cousins on
both sides came from New York.
Cleveland. Omaha. Jacksonville.
Monticello and other outlying
precincts .
Gary's maternal grandmother,
Mrs. David Prcd. entertained her
sister. Mrs. Israel Mann. Mrs.
Carl Friedman, of Hcmpstead,
L.I.. Gerald's aunt, and Mrs. Lou-
is \miiur. of Minneapolis and Mi-
ami Beach. Felice's cousin, wore
present Felice- brother,
Judge Stanley i'rod. entertained
i. Dr. (i 0 t d 0 n Prcd. ill
Cleveland, a 1947 University of
Miami graduate Among those
on hand for the Bar Mitzvah or
reception were Anna Brenner and
Benjamin Meyers, Michael and
Rhoda Sossin, Leo and Babette
Ackerman, former Mayor and
Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Dr. and
Mrs Herbert Baumgard, Rabbi
and Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mr.
ami Mrs Hal Hertz, and Dr, Aar-
l n Kalian.
Hadassah Region Planning Confab
Midwinter Florida Regional
Board ol Hadassah meeting was
held at the Seville Hotel and plans
for the forthcoming regional con
ference were outlined by Regional
C nfi reno Chairman Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolpe.
rep irted thai the conference
will take place at the Seville on
Apr. 25 to 27.
Opening session will feature a
Think Mink' fashion show At the
luncheon, group and chapter
awards will be made. The evening
plenary session will have as its
chairman Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger
Fink and present "Accent on
Youth."
Participants will be Rabbi Morris
Kipper, of Temple Judea. Coral Ga-
bles; Richard Weatherly. executive
director of the Economic Opportun-
ity Act of Dade County; and Mrs.
Max Schenk. national advisor of
the conference.
Workshops to be held on Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday are open to
the public. The Monday evening
banquet will feature Mrs. Max
Schenk, Joan Field, world-renowned
concert violinist, will speak on her
recent trip to Israel and will play
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
One girl, three brothers: No wonder Sylvia (Mrs, Leon
H.i Manheimer was a holy terror. She outran, outplayed,
and outyelled all the boys. Her aunt, who was a famous
dress designer, used to send her lovely frocks, but it
wasn't until she entered "the" first grade and the teacher
said. 'You look so pretty." that she suddenly realized
she was a little girl. Sylvia lived in the small town of
Biddiford. a few miles from Port-
" land. Maine, where she was rushed
to be born. She was a mathematics
major in Colby College and taught
math for three years. She went into
the Navy, became a Wave, looked
grand in her uniform and spent her
Navy time in Los Angeles and
Washington as a lieutenant junioi
grade.
Sylvia met her future husband.
Dr. Leon Manheimer. through her
older brother, who was the typic-
al "my son. the doctor." according
to her family. Later. Leon saw her
picture on her brother s desk and
was impressed all over again, but
was casually brushed off by "my
brother, the doctor." who said: "She's impossible."
Four years later, while Leon was still in medical
school. Leon and Sylvia were married. Leon went back to
finish his traininu at Beth Israel in Boston, and Sylvia
worked at M.I.T., helping to edit the experimental work
there Alter finishing his residency, with daughter Joanie
then a vear and a half old. they moved to Miami Beach.
Joan is"now a lreshman at Wellesley College for Women.
Sandy was born here and is a sophomore at Miami Beach
High School.
Svlvia was completely a housewife, up to her ears in
PT.V and a Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Then came
an emergency that blew all of Sylvia s carefully-laid plans
of not mixing home and her husbands office together. Her
husbands nurse and secretary left at the same time, so
Sylvia stepped into the office and hasn't stepped out
since. That vaa two years ago. Leon started the Tumor
Clinic at Mt. Sinai Hospital. He has worked with the Women
of the Cancer League since its inception. What interested
her husband also had a great appeal for Sylvia. She helped
found the group in 1959 and worked diligently in many
capacities. Today. Friday the ninth, she is being installed
as president of the Woman's Cancer League of Miami
Beach Aunt Sara, the dress designer who used to make so
many of her clothes as a child, put loving tiny stitches
into the dress she made for today's occasion.
Cooking is one of Sylvia's hobbies. Everyone who has
tasted her baking goes into ecstasy. She and her husband
get up at six-thirty every morning. She says that's the best
time of the day for both of them. The house is quiet, and
together they watch the Today Show. From that quiet time
together, the whole day falls into a well-organized pattern.
Laughingly, she bo;,sls that not many women can say that
in all of their married life they have never heard an
unkind word from their husbands. But it's true for Syl-
via, who is a forthright, down-to-earth person with a charm
that has endeared her to so many people. Women's
Cancer League ol Miami Beach is fortunate to welcome,
her as president
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine. of
765 NW 25th Ave. announce the
marriage of their daughter. Nata-
lie Bervl. to Fred Allen Cohen,
son of Mrs. Beatrice Cohen. 5890
SW 5th St.. and the late Jesse Co-
hen.
The Sunday. Apr. 4. evening
ceremonv. followed b> a reception,
was held at the Knights of Pythia*
Hall, with Rabbi Morris A Kipper
olficiating.
Attending the couple were Mrs
Robert Humphries, sister of the
bride, matron ol honor, and Miss
Sharon Segal, maid of honor.
Best man was Michael Cohen,
brother of the groom, and usher-
ing were the bride's brothers. Mar
tin and Howard Levine. and Robert
Humphries.
Vickie Humphries was the flow-
er girl and Michael Humphries
ring bearer.
, Also in the party was her grand
mother. Mrs. Lena Hecht.
The new Mrs. Cohen was attired
in a floor-length gown of white
peau de soie. Appliques of reem-
broidered alencon lace trimmed
the bell-shaped skirt which had an
attached chapel train. A bouffant
veil was attached to a matching
pillbox of peau de soie and alencon
: lace.
Following a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the newlyweds will live in
Miami.
__________Friday. April 9,
Fine, Lencz
Plan July Rites
Mr. and Mrs Henrj Kn,e ;,,f
monia Ave.. announce the en-L
ment of their daughter. KerwJ
Leslie Lencz. son ol br and
Frwin Lencz. ot Derby. Coni
A graduate ot rural Gables <
;or High, the bride-elect m*,,.
tending the l'ni\ersit) t j^l
where she is majoring in e|3
t;.ry education '
The future In in. .room
uate of the Univen tj 0| Cot*
cut. and is now attending l5|l
sity of Miami School ol Lai,
*lhe ccuple pi; n to be mi ,1
July 11.
MRS. fKID COHIN
Miss Abramson,
Steven Reich
Betrothal Told
Spiegel May
Plan for June 19
Dr. and Mrs. Bernhard Spiegel.
15940 SW 100th Ter.. announce the
! engagement of their daughter. Ju-
'dith Ellen, to Martin Richard May.
| son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice May.
! Atlanta Ga.
The bride-elect, an honor gradu-
jate ot Palmetto High School, is
inow attending the University of
Florida, where she is a member
.ot Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her
fiance is a recent graduate of the
University of Miami.
The couple plan to be married
June 19 at Temple Beth Am.
" Abran
mil ttartjl
W.i n-r-K;ihi
NAMirr AttAMSON
Mr. and Mrs
3001 Prairie A\
ton. D.C.. ha\e announced flitl
gagement of their daughter.
riet Joyce, to Steven Reich,
of Mr. and Mi- Henri Ri
Washington. D.C.
The bride-elect, a graduate
Miami Beach High, is now
tending American University
Washington. D.C Her fiance
graduate of Perkioman
lory School in Pennsbury, Pa.
is currently majoring in cw
finance at Georgetown Inueri
in Washington
The 1960 Queen ot Nautilus
icr High. Mi" Abramson
tinued as a member ot the"
Circle" throughout her Kb
leer.
In 1962. she was one o! the
cesses at Miami Beach lligtj
1963. she was I'liiim Queej*
VWHA. and most recentlj
entered the seven-girl com
for Queen of Turtle ln-en
at the American I'nivcrsity
Schonf elds Tell Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schonfeld.
ol Forest Hills. N.Y.. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Bunni. to David E. Feld.
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Feldman. 7927 East Dr.. Har-
bor Island.
The wedding is planned for Aug.
29 in New York.
The prospective bride graduated
from State College at Cortland.
X. Y.. and is a candidate for
a Master's degree in English lit-
erature at Indiana University.
Her fiance is in the- Englwl
partment at Cortland and is
' ing American literature at
cuse University, where he has
a State Regent- College Teacl
Fellow and i- a candidate tej
Master's De-re.
He attended Barnard School I
Boys at Riverdale. N.Y.. M
High School, anil graduated I
State College at Albany. He if
eluded in "Who's Who Among I
dents in American I'nivcrsitiM*
Colleges 1959-1960."
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Carole Levinson Weds State Atty.
Richard Gerstein in Candlelight Rites


A
Ibe former Carole Levinson
am. State Attorney Kichard E. Ger-
stein uui man led Saturday eve-
ning. Mar. I'T. at the Algiers Ho-
... Officiating rabbi at the can
diclight ceremonj was Dr. Irving
Lenrman.
D.ii.h er of Mr. and Mrs. David
Levinson. 2900 Flamingo Dr.. the
bride attended the University of
.Miami, where Mr. Gerstein took
bis degree in law. He is the son of
Mrs. Ethel Gerstein.
Matron of honor tor her sister
w..s Airs. Earl Stone. Serving as
best nun was Dr. Jerome Coller,
wih Judge Raj Pearson, Arthur
Huttoe, Jack Bernstein, Earl
St-ne. Sy Gelber and Marshall Wol-
per, oshers.
Following a honeymoon in Puer-
to Rico, the newly weds will live in
.Miami Beach.
Naness, Ridge
To be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Naness,
IICO Collins Ave.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Dor-
othy J.. to Joseph Ridge.
Mr. Ridge is the son of Mrs.
Sara Katz. of Washington. D.C.,
and Arthur Smotrick. Miami Beach.
Miss Naness is a graduate of the
Hebrew Aeadeiny. Miami Beach
I High, attended the University of
j Florida, and graduated from the
University of Miami. She is now a
teacher in the Dade County school
system.
Her fiance attended American
I University. Washington, D.C.. and
I the University of Miami. He is now
in business in Miami Beach.
The wedding has been set for
; June 20.
FUNCTIONS FEATURE MANY PROGRAMS
Beach Hadassah Groups Plan Variety
Of Events Here Starting on Sunday
MOU/f FRIEDMAN
'':''
\\. i ni r-Kahn
Wucher, KeHner
Are Married Here
Tie former Phyllis U. Kellner
and Raymond A. Wucher were
married on Mar. 6, with Rabbi
David Shapiro officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kellner.
>315 SW 51 h Ave; The bridegroom
hi u ,, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
seder will be held WuchvT 78() NE l73rd Tcr.
leth Jacob on Sun-' Tht. C0Up|e are now living in
North Miami.
vns. ;:hakd gerstein
erefh Jacob Seder
I
Miss Friedman,
Martin Zweig
Eye August Rites
Mrs. Dorothy Friedman. 2425 N*.
Meridian Ave., announces the en-
gagement of her daughter. Mollie
Dee, to Martin Edward Zweig, son
of Mrs. Roslyn Gateman, 10295
Collins Ave., and the late Sidney
J. Zweig, of Cleveland.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
the late Artie Friedman.
The future bride graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High, attend-
ed the University of Florida and
will receive a degree from the
School of Education at the Uni-
' versify of Miami in Feruary.
Mr. Zweig graduated from Coral
Gables High and the Wharton
School of Finance at the University
'of Pennsylvania. He attended
graduate School of Finance at New
York University and is presently
1 associated with the brokerage firm
of Bache and Co. in Surfside. He
. la also a partner of Zweig Realty
Co., Cleveland, O.
The couple plan to be married
Aug. 29.
Deborah Group, Miami Beach
Hadassah, will hold a dinner dance
at the Deauville Hotel on Sunday
evening. Entertainment will be
headed by well known movie star.
Shirley Jones. Mesdames Esther
Levitz and Herbert (iutnian are
in charge of tickets and arrange-
ments.
Shaloma Group's linal meeting
ol the season will be Monday noon
at the Dii.ido Hotel. Entertain-
ment will be by Joseph Malek. at-
torney and cantor, and Dr. N. S.
Ilanoka. speaker, on 'Health in
Israel.'' Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is
president.
Henrietta Siold Group regular
meeting will be on Monday. 12:30
p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Barnett Beckerman will discuss
"American and Zionist Affairs."
Mrs. Herman Feller is president.
Forte Towers Group will meet
on Monday. 7:30 p.m.. in Forte
Towers Col fee Shop. Mrs. Sanuiei
Z. Sakrais will discuss "Israel."
Mrs. Morris Strully and Mrs. Kitty-
Barton are program chairmen.
c e o
Israeli Group will meet on Mon-
day noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Philip Kaplan, program chairman,
will present "A Pesach Celebra-
tion." with students from the He-
brew Academy demonstrating the
Seder. Mrs. Sam Appel is pres-
ident.
noon. Pesach Seder luncheon will
be served Speaker of the day will
he Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz. of
Temple Ner Tamid. President is
Mrs .lack Wollstein.
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
regular luncheon meeting on Mon-
day, 11:30 a.m.. at the Singapore
Hotel. Mrs. Jacob I) Davis is
scheduled as guest speaker, and
awards will be presented to chair-
men and members. Mrs George
Melsel is president.
Southgate Group will meet on
(.n Monday 7:30 p m.. in the Ter
race Room ol Southgate Towers.
Movie en Health Diet" will be
shown and prizes awarded. Then;
will also be nominations ol offi-
cers. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg in
president.
Young Adult Club
To be Formed
At Gables Temple
A new single young adult club
for those in the l8-to-30-year ag"
bracket is being lormed at Temple
Zamora.
Initial meeting on Wednesday,
8:30 p.m., will he an open house
with refreshments served.
Meetings thereafter will be held
the second and fourth Wednesday
; ot the month.
Emma Lazarus Group will meet In charge of information are
at the Washington Federal Build-1 Jerry Rubin. Ilene Rich and Shel
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Friday. April 9,
temple Beth Tov held a testi-
monial Sal irday i \ e-
al the Bisca> ne Terrace Ho-
pel. Honored and Mrs,
Murray Simon. For th"e" tfccaSfbn.
Ura Simon selected a gold and
hite brocade floor-length gown
, nd matching coat, with the f.ih-
i ic comin Ironi Bombay. An-
other of the honorees was Mrs
sarah Czech in an iridescent blue-
-rey peau de soie with sequin-
1 rimmed lace inserts
Tom Adams. Florida Secretary
i f State, was gui St speaker. For
the testimonial Mrs. Adams wore
-nun especially designed by
the couturier. Kristin, in apricot-
colored silk chiffon featuring a
-fashed bateau neckline and
i raped in a modified Grecian
-tyle. The to^a-type panniers
. ere lined in cerise Mrs Rich-
. rd Hollahan made the royal pur
le and gold lame shealh she
ore It covered only one shoul-
i or and had a large asy metrical-
ly-draped lx>\\ across the bodice.
HAIRMAN [or the evening,
^* Mrs Conrad Alia in. wore a
-ilk brocade gown and matching
toat in ombre pink and green
pastels. The collar and cuffs of
the evening coat were in pink
;.eau de soie. Her daughter. Miss
Melodye Allain. chose an ice blue
satin and white lace formal.
Mrs. Nathan I.urie's white silk
crepe featured gold bugle beads
n a scroll pattern on the fringe
trimmed overblousc. Mrs. How-
id Gurland, president of Sis-
terhood, chose an ice pink peau
de soie gown. Her overblousc
was encrusted with matching
colored iridescent sequins and
caviar beads. A black silk crepe
-heath formal was worn b\ Mrs
Gary Shubir. White ostrich
leathers banded her low scooped
neckline with a narrow line of
ihinestones setting off the fea-
thers.
Mrs Sali Rothchilds teal blue
Ik linen sheath had short
kJRS Bess Tubin. president of
" {Be City of Tlope. wore a
multi-c red floral brocade
sheath with gold lame woven in-
to the fabric and gold caviar
beads detailing the print. An illu-
sion bodice on a white silk sheath
was the choice of Mrs. Gene-
\ leve Wagner. Satin-lined bugle
beads and iridescent sequins trim-
med her overblousc Mrs. Murray
Halpern selected a peacock blue
gown with foliage clusters cre-
ated b> bugle beads and sequins.
A pink satin evening skirt with
jewel-encrusted overblousc was
worn by Mrs. Walter \Ya\man.
Wife of the Temple president.
Mrs. Milton Miller, was in a hot-
house pink silk crepe gown. Her
sheath skirt was tiered, her fitted
bodice had a scooped neckline,
and it was sleeveless
Aquamarine silk organza over
taffeta was selected by Mrs. Rob-
erl C Rogers Her bodice was of
a matching colored chantilly lace.
The gold, black and white silk
brocade- sheath worn by Mrs.
Louise Murray was from India.
and featured a modified halter
neckline.
DORCELAIN blue was the color
choice of Mrs Isidore Bol-
ner. Her evening skirt was in
satin, with sequins and bugle
beads trimming her knit over-
blouse. Mrs. Jonas Sherbal's
white satin full-length skirt was
topped with a beaded bodice
which featured clusters of bugle
bead fringe.
Seed pearls and bugle beads
weic embroidered on the aqua
satin gown worn by Mrs. Jack
Grusbf. Mrs. David Porvins
choice for the evening was an
ice blue silk brocade Irom India.
A matching satin-lined fingertip-
length coat topped her floor-
length sheath.
Mrs. Philip F. Thau (extreme left), elected 1965- June Brustein, Mis. Enrique Kalusm Mrs. Fa*
66 president of the Greater Miami Women's nie Goldberg, and Mrs. Anna Opper at a
Division, American Friends of the Hebrew Uni- recent meetinq in the home of M;s. Maurice
versity. is congratulated by (from lef" Mrs. Zimmerman.
American Friends Women's Division
Elects Mrs. Philip Thau as President
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Mrs Philip F. Thau has been
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Miami Women's Division, Amen
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity,
Mrs Thau succeeds incumbent
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
Mis. Siamund Fogler. chairman
of the Nominations Committee,
presented the unanimously-adopt-
ed slate. Other officers ele.-ted in-
clude Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoit. honorarv
presidents; Mrs. Charles Charcow-
sky, Miss Lillian Goodman. Dr.
Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Jack
S. Popick. and Mrs. Carrie Rosen,
president's cabinet; Mrs. Abram
rox. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Mrs. Harry I'latoff. vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Emil
Friedlander. Mrs. Jacob Katzman
and Mrs. Leon Kronish. program
Women's Club
Installation Set
Forte Towers Women's Social
Club will hold its first installa-
tion of officers at the Algiers Ho-
tel on Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
Officiating at the installation
will be Judge Kenneth Oka and
Larry King.
Officers are Mesciames Gertrude
Solomon, president; Alice Levine.
first vice president; Elsie Hersh-
man. second vice president; Ida
Janevry. treasurer; Rose Rosen-
baum. recording secretary; Faye
Rubelman. assistant recording sec-
retary
Mesdames Pauline Platt, corre-
sponding secretary: Rita Marder.
financial secretary; Belle Sklar.
sergeant-at-arms; and Alice Ber-
lin, Rose Blumenthal and Helen
Rafelman. trustees.
co-chairmen: Mrs. Gerald
Scbwartt, social secretary; Mrs
Kuth Johnson Bei ger. parliamen-
tarian.
At the meeting held in the home
oi Mrs Maurice Zimmerman, of
Miami Reach. Mrs. Leon Kronish
moderated ;i discussion about the
advantages and possible problems
in a program of foreign student
exchange
Participant Mai Hecht. who at-
tended the Hebrew University ot
Jerusalem under the American
Student Program sponsored by the
American Friends, described his
first days in Israel jiid the ways
in which American and Israelis
can effect an Ide; urning sm
alien lur lorei-,.er- \cconling;
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president
there arc currently tour partici-
pants from the Southeast in thul
program.
American student- at the um-1
versity gain a perspective irtfd
no other type ot visit to lsrae.|
can olfer them.'' Hecht stated
Both Hecht and the -rath part*]
ipant in the p Meira
nicr. emphasised that the bridge I
ii understanding built by studnl
exchange at the i under
graduate level can enrich not onl;
.ndividual lives but the life of L-
r.iel and ol diaspora Jewry as a|
whole as well."
Mrs. Harold Thurman and MrI
Kronish described personal exper-1
' iences and observations about the |
positive effects ol student [
change.
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A luncheon {or the American
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v ill be held at the DiLido Hotel on
noon Fridaj
Mrs Milton Sirkin. president.
; nni'uncerl that a special prorjram
has been arranged by Nan Cohen.
program chairman, and Mrs Ber-
nard Berkeley, chairman of the
day
Mary Prarlman. concert pianist.
will play music <>t George Ger
shuin Mrs. Pearlman studied un-
der the late Mr Gershwin's teach
n. and Gershwin himseU arranged
for Mrs Pearlman to go on tour
through the country.
Another musical treat in the
program will be Allen Gilder-
sleeve, whose baritone voice bai
been featured in musical comedy.
i.pera and with the Los Angeles
Symphonic Chorus and Orchestra,
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tt, g/zbout jjcople and f^L
EXACTLY ALIKE
Eleanor a'"' (",lls F"cucr had two dinner par-
. .iwestview Country Club a week apart. They
re exactly alike, crumb for crumb. Music was
dared during cocktails and dinner. Then came
MTd-playing. Round tables for eight were all in
vcllow. with tall standards holding the yellow and
"mtrple floral arrangements. This made it easy for
dinner companions to see each other's faces with-
out a bunch of flowers in the way. Among guests
at the last par'.v were Alma and Lou Bieler, Helen
and Irving Greenfield, Martha and Stanley Myers.
Eva and Ben Hartley, Florence and Isadore
Heeht Sylvia and Sidney Lofcourt. Lucille and
\1 Sadler. Ann Sadowsky, Mareella and Aaron
Kanner and Phyllis and Larry Rosenberg.
GETTING TO KNOW YOU
llene and Sam Luby Jr. had an intimate dinner
parly in their new home on North Bay Road for
Barbara and Arthur Bernstein and Jo and Ar-
thur Hose"all. who have just become part of the
Luby Leasing Company. Also present were Joan
and Chester Luby. from New York, and the Senior
Sam Lubys Talk was all about the latest rocket.
Sam Jr. bad been invited to Cape Kennedy for
the space shot, so he was able to discuss it first-
hand.
* *
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIAMI BEACH
It was a big birthday parly for Miami Beach's
50th birthday held at the Miami Beach Conven-
tion Hall. A thousand new and old timers had
lunch I" gether. The most envied person sitting
at the bead table was Janet, the wife of Mayor
Melvin Richard, She was sitting next to Maurice
Chevalier! Janet told him that the mayor would
like i" trade hair with him. because he still has
lots. He answered with adorable accent. "1 would
be ha pp. in give him my hair for his age!"
jackii Gieason wore a red carnation. Among
the thousand guests were Ann (Mrs. Joseph) Lip-
tun. Hope and Rock) Pomerance, Dr. J. A. Green-
aces ...
house. Nettie (Mrs. Philip) Lefkowitz, Inez Kren-
sky With Helen and Morris l.ipp. Rose and Sam
beitzer, Winnie and Leo Chaiken, Belle and Eman.
uel Goldatrltch, Carl Gardner, Dave Emmer,
Rode Weiss, wilh Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Rosen,
Alvin Cassel. Hetene (Mrs. Bob) Jackson.
Also IJuth (Mrs. Sam) Weisen, Sally and her
husband Judge Harold Spaet, Ethel (Mrs. Paul)
Allen and Myra and Aaron Karr.
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ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER LUNCHEON
This is the season for luncheons. Florence
-Mrs Joseph) Cooper and Mrs. Jane Weisman
had a very charming one for 65 guests at West-
view Country Club. Full blown red and yellow
tulips were the centerpieces at the small tables,
where Ihe guests found their placccards after
they had "oohed" and 'abed'' over the buffet
table. Later, cards were played in the Gold
Coast Room. Among guests were- Mrs. Edward
Caller (Mrs. Cooper'., daughter), Mrs. J. J. Luria.
Mrs. Martin Block. Mrs. Irene Broidy. Mrs. Jos-
eph Paslernack. Mrs. Lillian Bayuk. Mrs. Harry
Orleans. Mrs. Manuel Joseloff. Mrs. Milton Les-
ser. Mrs. Carl Ftlin.er. Mrs. Milton lloliner.
Mrs. Samuel Gerson, and Mrs Robert Rodenberg.
FIVE LEFT BEHIND
Sophia and Mai Knglander left on a cruise
to celebrate their 22nd wedding anniversary. It
was the first time thai they had gone on a cruise.
Both of them are good fishermen, but Sophia was
not so sure that she would be a good sailor The
live Englandcr children loft behind had great
plans of their own. They planned to behave.
DOES MACY'S TELL GIMBELS?
Guess who won the Fifty Dollar gift certifi-
cate from Jordan Marsh given at the Temple
Israel Sisterhood donor luncheon'.' II was Stella.
Wife of Alfred H. Daniels, president of Burdine's.
Frances Lehman
lebrew Academy "Ima'' was introduced at
|he initial liie membership luncheon of the
"Hebrew Academy Women held at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S- Gross last
Thursday. The privilege of becominq an
Ima" is limited to liie members of the or-
ganization. A special '!Iina" (the Hebrew
"ord for mother) plaque bearioq the :nomes
of life members will be placed in the audi-
torium of the school. Left to righ*. are Mes-
dames Leonard Rosen, president of the Acad-
emy Women. Morris Bienenfeld, co-chairman
of the afternoon, Joseph Shapiro, M. H. Rosen-
house, membership chairman, and Alexander
Gross.
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Ten," are the Women's Division and the South Florida Coun-
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party, which will be held at the Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday.
Apr. 20, and Wednesday, Apr. 21, with proceeds earmarked
for the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem
are (far left) Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president, Juctine Chapter
Women's Division; Mrs. Irving J. Kaplan (center), fund-raisin:,
chairman, Women's Division; and Mrs. Harold Druker (fcr
right), fund-raising chairman, Justine Chapter.
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Camp Listings for Readei
Mrs. Lee Howard (left), wife of Mayor Lee Howard, of Surf-
tide, is shown presenting an afgan 'o Mrs. Evelyn Kapit, pres-
ident of Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center,
for their workshop. The chapter held a luncheon at the Deau-
ville Hotel on Friday. Apr. 2. with Mrs. Jack Gromer in charqe
of an auction during the luncheon. Proceeds qo to the Amer-
ican Medical Center in Denver, Colo.
FLORIDA
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Boys 7 to 17Located in Dclantl
Heights. 250 miles trom Miami.
For information write or call
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, director.
4455 V .lefferson Avc. Miami
Beach.IK 1-7919. JE 2-5694
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Colonnades loach Com* lor Teen-Af ers
Teen age Boys and GirlsLoca-
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of the Colonnades Beach Hotel.
For information, write Roy John-
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Camp. Palm Beach Shores. Fla..
or call 844-5221.
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Hebrew Academy Summer Day Coma
Children 4 through 132400 Pine-
tree Dr. (Air conditioned).
For information call 532-6421.
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Coma Menorah
75th St. and Carlyle Avc. Miami
Beach. For boys and girls 3 to 9.
Half daj or full day sessions.
For information and brochure
call Temple Menorah office m
UN 6-2150.
Camp Blue Star
Spring Reunion
Camp Blue star Spring reunion
It planned for Saturday, 7 p.m., at
Hie Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Situated on a 500-acre private es-
tate outside Hendersonville, N.C,
Blue Star run- ;i program Of six
separate camping units, dividing
the campers by age and activity.
Offering a varied program, the
(.imp specializes in water sports,
camp trips, living Judaism, and
creative art-.
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Sky Lake Comas
Boys and Girls 6 to 17 Located
in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Local representatives: Ira Stein-
metz and Sid Greenspan, directors.
Write P.O. Box 3355. Miami or
phone Dade. 624-0692 or Brow a id.
989-2137.
NORTH CAROLINA
Blue Star Camp
Girls and Boys 7 to 17Located
in Hendersonvillfi.. Write to Her-
man M. awl Harry G. PopMn, IMH)
Crescent Ave. N.E., Atlanta. Ga.
In Greater Miami area contact
Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1 8205: Mrs.
Roz Sutta. HI 6 1846 or HI 60817;
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein.
UN 6-3244: Harry Kaplan. WA 2
1162 or WA 3 1577.
Coma Judaea
For Boys and Girlslocated in
Hendersonville
observed.
Strkt kJ
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For local infori
Frank Farbenbloom '&,
ami: or Don Prichasoi In?j
or 759-4369; (ir write 50 \V>
St.. Atlanta. Ga.
Comp Osceolo
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pervision Owned am opmMl
Irwin B. Marshall priwipji*
For inlormation
HI
At the Pompano Park Driving Club's first annual dinner dance
a* the Pompano Park Harness Track are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Kates, of Ft. Lauderdale. Kates was a member of the party
committee, and is the B'nai B'rith representative on the Pom-
pano Park Coordinating Charity Council to the Driving Club
lor the Sunday "Family Day' exhibition races. Races will
be held on Apr. 11. Pos' time is 2 p.m.
Opti-Mrs. Slates Health Program
In observance of Mental Health Program chairman for the day
Month, the Opti-Mrs. Club Of Mi- was Mrs. Seymour Silver man, and
ami Beach heard Dr. Samuel Feld- president. Mrs. Louis Pilzer. con
man as guest speaker at a month- ducted the meeting.
ly meeting on Wednesday at the
Karcelona Hotel.
Dr. Feldman is chief psycholo-
gist at the Juvenile Court Psy-
chology Clinic and spoke on "Ratio
Of Juvenile Delinquency to Emo-
tional Disturbance. "
Another guest at the luncheon
was Miss Irene Saben. student
nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal, last year's recipient of the
Opti-Mrs, annual nurses scholar-
ship award. She v. as introduced by
Mrs. Harry Raskin, scholarship
chairman.
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Steven Hmrrit
Frederick Abb.ff
kli' i k
Mmrlia Alter
Jamet Goldttein
J^ar Mtrk Rjbinowiti
L-k son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
habimwitz. 19411 NE 19ih
1 will be l!ar Mitzvah at Tern-
ftdaih Yeshunin on. Saturday.
flO.
i- is a seventh urade student
Min F. Kennedy Junior Iliyh.
eels hi history, and his fa-
>ixh! ; baseball.
Idilush reception will follow
nice
Martin Adler
(in Mr. and Mrs.
|i,. Adle II NE 172nd Si .
Mitzvah on Sal
V| 10. He ili
- >nte a Bible bj the
.
' al the
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Si h ii
Fail '
intion
partu
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n ,
Feldman
:..' \\ I 10,
11'inple Judea,
I Robert, .-cm
Wilton Fi Idman,
i observed,
ih grade honor
de Leon Jutl-
and at last year's
1 .i- awarded honor.
lie is active in
ularlj water-skiing
ii>' will continue
- education,
Mr. and Mrs. Feldman will host
I the Kidilush.
Barbara GoWberg
"Bhs Mitzvah of Barbara, flairgh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goldberg,
of Miami, will be observed on Sat-
urday morning, Apr. 10. during
services at Temple Tifereth Israel.
Barbara is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Madison Junior High and
plays trumpet and cornet in the
school hand She is an active mem-
ber of the Girl Scouts and was
voted most valuable member ol
Little League Thunderblrd 'lean,
Mr and Mrs Goldberg will ten
der the Kiddush in Barbara's hon
r [oil u in ei ices,
Gran Ipai .' :- Mr and Mrs Max
hem Pa., will
attt nd the sen ii
Bruce Tryon
t >n Saturday moi ninj \pr. 10.
Bruce Tryon, nephew ol Mr, and
Mis Louis Kupchik, 221 Cadima
Ai e will ie Bar \\i\i\ ah al Tem
pie Zion.
Bruce attends Dade Demonstra
lion School and is a membei ol
Boy Seoul Troop 64.
Kiddush following the ceremony
and a reception on Sunday in the
iKupchick home will honor the Bar
Mitzvah.
Among out-of-town guests will
be Mr. and Mrs. Frit/ Kupchik. ol
Boston. Mass.. the celebrant's
grandparents, and Elias Bramson.
Of Worcester. Mass.. Mrs. Kup-
chik's father.
V *
Dan Rosengartan
Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo.
(lore Rosengarten, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Apr. 10. at Temple Zion.
Dean is a student of South Mi-
ami Junior High School and is in-
terested in sports.
Richard Harrow
Richard Rubin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Harrow. 1336 So.
Biscayne Ft., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Mcnorah on
Saturday morning, Apr. 10.
Richard attends the Religious
School ol 'Temple Menoiah and
Nautilus Junior High
Reception and dinner in Rich
ard's honor will be held al the
Deauville Hotel on Saturdn> eve
ning
ing the service and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Seville
Hotel.
* *
Frederick Abbot
Frederick M. Abbott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack A. Abbott, 4294 Nau-
tilus Dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Apr. I0r at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. The celebrant is
student of the Beth Sholom Con-
In in.ilion Class of 5726.
Steven Harris
Saturday morning services. Apr.
10, at Temple Beth Sholom will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Steven
Michael Harris.
Son of Mrs. Mollye Harris, 405
Fairway Dr.. and the late Joseph
11. Harris, the celebrant is a stu-
dent in the Temple Confirmation
Class 5726.
* :
Milton SiIber
During services Saturday morn-
ing. Apr. 10. at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Milton Bernard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Silber. 3681 SW 15th
St., will become Bar Mitzvah.
Milton is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
where he plays drums in the school
hand. He has attended Hebrew
School for six years. He plays toot,
ball and is interested in building
model airplane- and cars
Mr, and Mrs. Silber are giving a
reception a) the Ritz Plaza Hotel in
honor of their sun
'
Israelite Center
Will Honor
Charles Fidelman
Israelite Center will honor Char-
les Fidelman at a Bar Mitzvah
'thirteenth anniversary celebration
:of the Center Religious School.
Fidelman, a founder of Israel-
ite Center, will be honored on Sun.
day evening. Apr. 25. at the Ster-
ling Hotel.
The honoree came to New York
in 1904. He retired in 1947 and
j came to Miami, where he moved
|into the Southwest section.
H aobuquowHy ld a grvwp
Of people planning to build
synagogue there. The Israelite
j Center was completed in 1950.
' Two years later, Fidelman was .
! instrumental in me establish- j
men* of fhe Religious School.
Fidelman has served the Cen-"
ter as vice president and religious'
chairman. In 1954 and 1955, he
served two terms as president of
the Center. Currently, he is hon-
orary president and chairman of
the Advisory Council.
The Apr. 25 function will cite
Fidelman "for his untiring effort
and devotion" to the Center
James Goldstein
Bar Mitzvah ol .1.rue-
Mr and Mrs lianev Goldstein,
will be observed on Saturday, Apr.
10. at Temple Emanu-El
James attends seventh grade al
Nautilus Junior High and plays
clarinet in the school hand He
is Interested in science, His hob
hie- include basketball, boating
and su i m m iin;
James' grandmothers, Mrs. Lena
Selevan, ol Brooklyn, NY., and
Mrs. Frances Goldstein, ol Miami
Beach, will attend the celebration.
The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
Annual Seder
At Temple Sinai
'Temple Sinai will c induct its
annual con $re ational Se ler on
Friday, Apr 16, 6 p in., at the
'Temple Seder i- sponsored by
Temple Sinai Sisterhood and will
be conducted l>> Rabbi Daniel M.
Lowy, Cantor Chet Gale. Hy Fried.
Temple organist, and the Temple
Sinai Choir.
Temple is conducting a carnival
on the parking lot ol Zayre's de-
partment store at 16601 NE 15th
Ave., open dally through Apr. 11.
CHARLES FIDELMAN
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DADE COUNTY DAIRIES, INC
THE FINEST MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS
UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1965
AVAILABLE AT ALL
LEADING INDEPENDENT
GROCERIES,
DELICATESSENS
AND BAKERIES
******** *************
SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED
BY
" RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Senior Orthodox Rabbi
of Greater Miami
.*********************
HEALTH and ENERGY
IN EVERY GLASS
DADE COUNTY DAIRIES
Office: 7350 N.W. 30th Avenue, Miami 47, Ha.
Phone OX 1-3020


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Member of Pioneer Women's Club I who purchased book-
shelves at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are front row
.eft to right) Mesdames Robert Garber, Blanche Coran, Rose
Rosenstein, Becky Schechter, Dora Wilentzky, Joseph Krantz,
president, Fanny Burnstein, Ida Denmark and sister. Second
:ow are Mesdames Rose Dubitzky, Rachel Lifschitz, Lena Jav-
Members of Temple Israel Sisterhood who
helped make the cnnual donor luncheon a
success on Mar. 17 at the Carillon Hotel are
lei' to right) Mrs. Sidney Rafiel, donor lunch-
eon chairman; Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, chairman
There's more to baking matzohs than just
flour and water. There are liberally hundreds
of strict regulations which must be observed
from start to finish. The Horowitz Bros, and
Margareten Matzoh Bakery in Long Island
City, N.Y., has special sessions when rabbis,
educators, and students from as far away as
Baltimore come to see how matzohs should
itz, Mr. and Mrs. Luis Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yelson,
Rosa Breslaw, and Ess,ie Wilen'zky. Third row are Mesdames
Jenny Seitlin, founder of Club I, Anna Wolf, Fanny Schulman.
Fanny Leibowitz, Minnie Bawer, Mr. and Mrs. T. Rabinowitz,
Esther Dworitz, M. Wiener, Julius Levine, Leah Notkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Duberstein, Nettie Dukler and Zappora Weiss.
Nu-V Bars Make
Portable Meals
For Active People
The V in Nu-V stands tor vital-
ity, but ladies all over the South
are reporting it stand- for victory
in the battle ol the calorics. Mar-
keting International reports.
The Nu-V Bar is a "portable
meal for active people." and per-
haps the most widely adaptable
convenience food yet developed. It
is popular with athletes, sports-
women, businessmen and women,
fliers, doctors, golfers, and fish-
ermen. Most particularly, though.
these Nu-V bars are for the ladies
who, while craving food, must ab-
stain to keep a lovely, attractive
figure.
The delicious bars are formula-
ted and manufactured by the food
expert and consultant. Rene Lau
rens. After 13 years of research
and over 140 formulations. Rene
Laurens is about to open his sec-
ond plant, which will be located at
Daytona Beach. Fla.
Nu-V la an easy-to-carry. hunger
satisfying product that contains
23 natural sun-dried fruits, grains
and cereals fortified with nine vi-
tamins ;uid lour minerals. The
ingredients include orange, peach,
lemon, uheatgerm. prune, la.sin.
..me seed, millet, banana, wa-
ter cress, papaya, honey, sweet
milk, non-dry milk solids, saf-
flower oil api ic it, y< ast, sunflou
er seed, mango, coconut, corn
syrup, date, and soya flower,
an on others. It is 20 percent
protein and contains onI> 200 cal-
oi ies in i... h one and one-hall
ounce foil-wrapped bar
The nutritional formula of Nu-V,
containing millet, along wtih other
grains and cereals provides a nat-
ural bulking agi nt A mass ol
non tat milk and a Nu \ bar pro-
vide the satisfaction ol eating solid
foods. No artificial bulking agent
is used.
\ wondi rtui feature of the bar
i thai no preservatives are used.
Yet, tluy keep fresh for months
and months without refrigeration.
The chocolate-looking bar ret
isn't chocolate :it all, SO teens can
enjoy them t 10
The i nited States 1964 Olympic
Team consumed over 10.000 bars
in game training, both here in tin
State> and at Tokyo. Nu-V bars
are available locally from many
independent direct-selling dealers
or by calling Marketing Interna-
tional. 8365 NE 2nd Ave. S.T.
rnqqy, AprQ/
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Off to Confab
\ delegation ol j, lsh w
erans u'aJ' Florida wBtg
tend the Nation:: I xecutive Co '
mittee meeting -,.,,, *
'"' "" ^Pr 10 and n. accordj
to Department Commander iS2
R. Ferdie.
Group will includ. past nittay
commander, Ham.. | \ i lellcrif
Miami Beach; national adjutW
Ralph Grossman, ol Miami- &
mnal Executive i immitteini
irv Steinberg, of North Mi*
leach; National Executive Com
mitteeman, Victor freedman
Hollywood; and Ferdie. ol (jLi
Cables.
Attending a meeting of then,
tionul Insurance Committee will
be department seiner vice can-
mander, .lack Herman, of Holhl
wood.
Delegates will attend a dinner
in honor of the chairman of the
National Executive ConmihM
Bill Carmen, of Massachusetts a
meeting of the ent et
manders will be attended bj Fer-
die and Herman
of prizes; Mrs. Morris Greene, administrative
vice pre: ident of the Sisterhood; Mrs. Joseph
Butbin, Sisterhood president. The donor lunch-
eon ra>.?ed funds for braille, youth campers,
and woik done to better the community.
be baked for proper Passover observance.
Shown are two information-seekinq younq-
sters, Jacob Maraareten and David Lebor, hav-
ing their curiosity satisfied by Harry Marqa-
reten, David's father. Rabbi Joseph Soloveit-
chik is in the foreqround. Rabbi Sidney Lebor,
the other parent, is directly behind the boys,
with Rabbi Daniel Mahlman alonqside.
Dade Federal Reaches $200 Million Mark
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, announced
this week that the association has
just passed another milestone in
its growth by reaching the $200
million mark in savings.
"Total resources." he continued,
'now exceed $224 million, reflect-
ing a growth of 7 percent for the 12-
month period ended Mar. 31. 1965."
Dade Federal saving* account
holders were credited with divi-
dends amounting to $8,056,751.20
during the past 12 month period
ended March 31. 1965. showing a
substantial 10 percent increase
over the same 12-month period
ended March 31. 1964.
Dade Federal currently services
94.000 savings and home loan ac-
counts from five suburban offices
located throughout Dade County
and a main office in downtown
Miami.
W. Miami Lodge
Installation Set
New officers of West Miami
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will be in-
stalled on Saturday evening at the
Yorkshire inn. 6521 Bird Rd. The
7:30 p.m. dinner will be followed
by entertainment.
Slate for 1865-66 is headed by
Manuel S Sussman. president; Mor.
ris Lev, Harvey Rashkind. Leon-
ard Sornstein. vice presidents;
i Samuel Lazer, treasurer; George
! Fish. Manuel S. Sussmann. secre-
taries; Maurice Shein, warden.
Trustees are Leonard Sorn-
stein. Edward Markowitz and Jack
Finkel.
The Deauville Hotel will pr*
sent Jan Peerce. one of the
world's greatest tenors and
star o! the I
Opera, conduct.na the Pass-
over Seders on Apr. 16 end
17. Dietary lews are
observed. Mr. Pee ice is
known as a leadinq classical
artist and liturgical music
expert. He was originally
discovered by the late Maes-
tro Arturo Toscanini.
Musician Louis Adler isjljj
ently playing in BjdJJ
Room ol the Deauville Ho*
where he has been appj
inq for the pat tour ***
seasons. Formerly with r
Whiteman. Adler was
with the Americana Ho
Miami Beach for five V**
aa musical director.


Friday. April 9. 1965
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Svmbolic of the dedication of Morton Towers residents to the
cause of Israel was the Book of Tribute seen here beinq pre-
sented by Meyer L. Cherkas to Col. Chaim Domi, deputy chief
of ordnance of Israel's Armed Forces. The presentation took
place Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel durinq the
Morton Towers Israel Ball, of which Cherkas was chairman.
.ebediker Branch
leeting Sunday
Lebediker Branch of Farboad
mil hold a special meeting Sun-
ay, 2 p.m., at Washington red-
kral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion. 123-1 Washington Avc.
Nomination of officers and Ex-
Icutive Board members will be
held.
Reports "ill be offered by Solo-
non Parness, Oscar Shapiro, Eli
alin, Dr, \orman Berk, Leon
fcpril. Jacob Eraidman and Dor-
Ithy Schwartz.
All questions pertaining to ma-
pr medical insurance, as well as
Irrangemrnts with dental ser\'ice,
rill be answered.
j Following the meeting, Mrs.
loseph Zuckerman will be hostess
It Passover refreshments.
Beth David USY
Beth David USY Chapter will
hold its regular monthly paper
.drive on Sunday from 9 to 11:30
a.m. on the Synagogue parking lot.
On Sunday, at 7:15 p.m.. the USY
Study Group will meet and have
a Pesach workshop program.
laxwell House
Tops for Holiday
| Maxwell House Coffee, long a fa-
orite in Jewish homes, is the per-
tct beverage to top off your Pass.
vcr dinners. The makers of Max-
well House are old hands in the
irt of blending eoffee, and the re-
ults of many years of perfect-
Bg the best possible blend is ap-
parent with your first sip.
Mother will want to keep a fresh
M on the stove so that when
fce holiday cooking is done and
p sponge cake is cooling by the
pindow. she can relax with a good
Tip of coffee.
[Then late at night, when the last
jwler guest is gone and the chil-
I'l'n are all tucked in bed, Mother
Ijid Father can keep the holiday
[low alive by chatting over their
fnal cup of Maxwell House Coffee.
I So at Passover, and all year
FJ^Sh. make your guests feel
Nv "at home" by serving them
paxwell House, the eoffee that's
lood to the last drop
Reception Slated
For Technion
Commissioner Alex Gordon and
Judge Frederick \. Barad are
hosting a cocktail party and re-
ception in conjunction with Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy at Haifa. Israel, on Monday at
the Doral Beach Hotel.
Guests of honor are Meyer A.
Baakin, first Greater Miami Chap-
ter president, and Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag.
Technion was recently present-
ed with a million dollars from the
' Meyer Gold estate by executor
, Sydney L. Weintraub.
Technion's student body of over
; 5,600 represents students from 80
I countries, and supplies engineers
I for Israel's defense forces, as well
las the architects and engineers for
Israel's development and growth.
Judge Barad is president of the
South Florida Chapter.
Morton Towers
Residents Buy
$103,000 in Bonds
More than 400 residents of Mor-
ton Tower- joined in paying tribute
Saturdaj night to the men and
women under whose leadership the
organizations ol Morton Towers
have pn \ ided residents with un-
usual opportunities to serve their
community, their country and the
State Of Israel
The iccasion was the Morton
rs Israel Ball at the Fontaine-
l lean Hotel at which guests pur-
chased more than $103,000 in Israel
Bonds in response to an address bj
Rabbi Leon Kro nis li. spiritual
leader ot Temple Beth Sholom.
Leaders of Morton Towers or-
ganizations were presented with
the America-Israel Service Award
in a ceremony conducted by Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Emanu-EI, and Col.
Chaim Domi, deputy chief of ord-
nance of Israel's Armed Forces.
The award was presented "in
recognition of their role in acti-
vating the communal life of Mor-
ton Towers and for setting a pat-
tern which may lead the way to
similar functions on behalf of Is-
rael by other high-rise apartments
not only in Miami but throughout
the United States."
Chairman of the event was Mey
ei L. Cherkas. assisted by Morris
I. Minov, chairman of the corps
of hosts.
Recipients of the award were
Mrs. Cecile G. Kluger, president.
B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Chapter; El-
lison Kosoff. president. B'nai B'rith
Hatikvah Lodge; Mrs. Khoda Le-
vine. president. Fight for Sight;
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president.
Morton Towers Group, lladassah;
Mrs. Sam Kuban. 1500 Women's
Club; Earl M. Weiner, president,
Morton Towers Men's Club; Mrs.
Ira Weiner. president. Biscaync
Chapter ORT; and Mrs. Bennett
; Wexler, president. Morton Tow
ess North Women's Club.
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I Ave., died
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I siilh I >r died M 'i .....
Phi ucla l|>hl i. I:
CLAASER. Ill ii j I nin J., .
N I' 127th SI New in.i n
PIMSKY. ,Il ill si' M
Ti ii >i Mar .! i ... i nidi,
AMSTER. Samui v
T. i died Mar lll> el-side.
RABBI ABRAHAM CRONBACH
Noted Reform
Rabbi Passes
Cincinnati (JTA) Funer-
al services were held here Sunday
for Rabbi Abraham Cronbach. edu-
cator and author, who died Friday
at the age of 83. At the time of his
death, he was rabbi emeritus of
the Valley Temple in Cincinnati.
The American-born rabbi had
served on the faculty of his alma
mater, the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, from
1922 until he became professor em.
eritus oi social studies in 1950. He
served Reform Jewish pulpits in
South Bend, New York and Akron.
O.. and had been chaplain oi the
Chicago Federation of Synagogues.
He was an honorary vice presi-
dent of the American Council for
Judaism. In 1953. Dr. Cronbach
was one of three clergymen who
r r g e d President Eisenhower for
clemency for Ethel and Julius Ro-
senberg, convicted atom spies.
Miami Program
Congress Eyes
Miami's Economic Opportunity
Program has been selected as an
area of study for a congression.il
Sub-Committee for the W a r on
Poverty.
The Congressional Sub-Commit-
tee held its first informal meeting
in Miami on Monday, according to
Alvin Cassel, president of Econom-
ic Opportunity Program of Dade
County.
The meeting took place at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel, and Cassel ex-
plained that the Sub-Committee is
primarily interested in any prob-
lems in the operation of the Eco-
nomic Opportunity Act w h i c h
might indicate a need for modifi-
cation of the legislation.
LEGAL NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKllICIlY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
liualni hh under the flctltlnu* name >f
\11 >I. I.V ItROWN RBSTAl'RANT
al tlii-1 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami,
Intendx i" register Nnid name with
I ;, ik nf the Circuit Court "I
I hide County, Florida.
MARKET M.NI'.I: CORPORATION
A Florida ("oni
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Mtorue.i foi Applicant
K27 I.Iii' "In ltd Miami Beai Ii
I II- |ii
Beba Ideson
Club Meeting
Beba Idelson Club of Pioneer
Women is to hold a regular meet-
ing on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. in
the Community Room of Washing-
i ton Federal Savings and Loan As
sociation, 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs. Fannie Gibson, acting
president, will conduct the meet-
ing. Plans will be made for the
annual Mother's Day celebration
!on Sunday. May 9. at the Roney
Plaza Hotel.
Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial Set
United Warsaw Ghetto Commit-
tee of Greater Miami will com-
memorate the heroic uprising of
the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto
on Sunday at the Jewish Cultural
Center at 8 p.m.
Luba and Myer Eisenberg will
portray the story of the Warsaw
Ghetto, together with the partici-
pation of the Jewish Folk Chorus
under the direction of Barnett
Breeskin.
Representatives of participating
organizations will lead a proces-
sion in a oandleligbiing ceremony
for the six million Jews murdered
bj the Nazi.
Cantor Jacob Ben-Ari will chant
the "El Molay." Speakers will in-
clude Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
Kodesh Congregation, and Morris
i; hinsky. president of the Dade
County Senior Citizens Council.
S. Leibowitz will preside.

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th" ^"^'^'y-aPPoin'ed Passover table was
tikvnh o? fr lhe model Seder hQld bV Ha"
Ihome V *pler nf Mizrachi Women at the
IWein Mrs- Hyman Kolko. Rabbi Beryl
the m J h Israel Congregation, conducted
IW jice* assisted by a grouo of He-
Inoon'c my s,udents- Proceeds of the after-
ofth.u wen' to ,he Mas Chittim Fund
6 Ml"achi Women of America. Pictured

Helena Rubinstein
Dead at Age 94
NEW YORK (JTA) Helena
Rubinstein, famous American, Jew-
ish philanthropist and art patron,
died here last week at the age ol
94. Active in the America-Israel Cul-
tural Foundation, where she was
an honorary member of the Board
of Directors, she had been the don-
or of the Helena Rubenstein Muse-
um, in Tel Aviv, which she estab
lisheri and to which she gave an
additional $100,000 for a new wing
; in 19C3.
She was also one of the leaders
in the Arts and Music Scholarship
Program for gifted, young artists
in Israel, giving as many as 16
scholarships in one year.
She also contributed heavily to
other Jewish causes, including the I
United Jewish Appeal. In 1956. she
gave $100,000 for the establishment
Of a chair in chemistry at Bran-
deis University.
Born in Cracow, Poland, where
she graduated from Cracow Uni-
versity, she lived a number of
years in Paris and emigrated to the
United States in 1915, where she
founded the world-famous cosmet-
ics industry. In private life, she
was Mrs Edward J. TltUS
Rites toi Joseph Tendrich;
Passed Away at Age 74
Joseph Tendrich, 74. died here
Wednesday, Apr. 7, at the age
of 74.
A longtime Greater Miami resi-
dent, Mr. Tendrich was an apart
ment house owner.
lie is survived by his wife, Bes-
sie; four sons. Isadore. Sam. Max
and Moie; and one daughter. Mrs.
Sophia Englander. All are ol Mi
ami Beach. He also leaves a bro-
ther. Nathan, of Atlanta, (la.
Services were to be Thursday |
noon, Apr. 8, at Riverside Alton
Rd. Chapel.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHV tilVEN thai
Hi. undersign, ii, desli Ins to engagi n
business undi-v ill-- fictitious name >>t
A.A.A EI.ECTUI n.Ysls
:,i i-.'ir.i Indian Creek Drive, Miami
Reach, Kla., Intends to register wild
name iili the Clerk <>t the CIrcu i
i',1111-1 "I l>*li- County, Florida.
I'l.AIKE SIMMS
Hole owner
I a-M-L' : 0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 119 HEREKY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Iiiimiii-- under in- flctltlouii Dame ol
Hl.N'i'.'S TAKE-OCT
,ii UjOO N.W. Mad sin. I, Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name
with ih. cimk oi the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
hong kef: wom;
j-.i ii >K Yl.NCi WONG
4 9-16-tS-SO
standinq around the holiday 'able are Mes-
dames Morris Bienenfeld, Moas Chittim chair-
man, Julius Rosenstein, president of the qroup,
Stuart Gladsden, Israel Teitch, and Hyman
Kolko. Seated are Morris Bienenfeld, Lenore
Bienenfeld, Joshua Jaffe, Evan Shapiro, Hy-
man Kolko, Rabbi Wein, Stuart Gladsden.
Howard Rosner, Ora Gittelson and Jo Debra
Shapiro.
GRUMET, Nathan II. i man. .:'. of 1135
...Hi s, died Apr. I Rl> eraldi
mitlin. I annle, 7". of "45 15th si .
died Apr. I Sei s l< en in New Yi il i*
i 'ii>. i loi don.
REUBEN, Lillian. 81, of 54 I Weal
Vve., died Apr. Riveraide.
SHOHAT Irving A. 51, of ::i" 78th
si died Apr. Rlveralde
solov. Annie, w, ol 832 Collins Ave.,
died Via :: Services in Doreheater,
Mass Riverside.
ferber, l^eua, 7:'., of L8IS Jamea
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 66554- B
In UK: hJatatc of
JOSEPHINE \vi:is/
I i.. as.-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and All Per.....
having I'laini- or Demands Agalnnt
Said Kutati
Y.ni are herebj notified and re-
quired to preaeni anj claims and di -
mandtf which you nut) have against
Hi. estate of
JOSEPHINE VVIOISZ.
i., asi a late of Had.- Count} Floi I-
,la, to the Count} Judges of I >.!---
County, and file the name In dupli-
id as provided In Section 7::::. i n
Kin Ida s'tatutes, in their offlcea In
in- I'liinin Courthouse in Mad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
innnthK from the time of thi
publication hereof, or the same I
lie I,.-rri 'i
Dated lit Miami. Florida, thll
ilaj of Man h, A l>. 1963.
KCRT vv ill.l.isril
v-. i:s.. uior
p\ .i ,. iblicatlon of this notli
the :'Hi ><-'^ f April, ii"."..
KCRT vv i::.i isrn
mi. n.'. for state of
Ii iSI'l'IIIN'i: WFJISZ, I"-'
IB; Mmel la Vvi nue, Coral I
Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO 65C-3683
KAS.VI.INI> UIHOTT,
Plaintiff,
-\- sirr FOR DIVORCE
VI. vn ABBOTT,
I '. fi n.lanl
You, vi.VN ABBOTT, 21)76 Creston
Rronx, New York, a re hen
Ii; ii..i ir.. .1 thai a Complaint for dl-
is been filed against you, and
\ nu are required t. Bervi a cop) ol
\n-u, t- nr i'l. adlng to the
mi on the Plaintiff's attoi m j .
HAROIJl sll vriKi i. 827 Lincoln
Road, Miami Reach, Florida, and file
ih......ginal Answer or Pleading in
lhe offlci of the Cli rk of the Circuit
n oi before May 10, i K
to .1.. so, ludgemenl bj d. -
fault u I! i.. i.l,. n ngalnsl you for
van.i. d in the Complalni.
n vti:i. ai Miami, Florida, this .".Hi
r Vprll, :
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
iS. all
BY 1. SNKKPFN
n. pin v Clerk
4/S-16-23-JO


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ow to Ready the Home for Passover
sach, which, this year, is Frid; 15 ,
Apr. 16.
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eJewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 9. 1S65
Section C

Jolidny Begins With Seder Friday Evening, Apr. 16
* .nub ii itative guide is of-
b-,. in ll lorm ol a series of
,.. 5 answers, plus a list-
(he ..ii-l times for various
l(. nj 'assover observance.
l rabbinical author!-
i on of Orthodox
J, ations <>l America.
, .. remember that such
l deal with all prob-
cms likely to arise and that a wheat, rye. barley, oats, millet, as
abbi should be consulted in such well as derivatives of these grains,
ituations. are subject to the laws of chometz.
nice. corn, peas and all types of
beans also may not be used during
Passover, drain vinegar is an ex-
niipie it a derivative lOOd wiiicn
s chometz.
0. How much chometz in a par
icular food makes it unfit lor
O. What is the basic dietary law
n whith Passover food prepare-
ii n and use is based?
A. A ban on the use ol chometz,
8 general term lor all leavened
iooJs. Foods and drinks made from
.'a-stiver use?
A. Any amount. One must not
"at or have any chometz during the
entire Passover period, whether in
'he natural state, processed form,
or in the mixture.
Q. Until what time may chometz
be eaten this year?
A. Chometz may not be eaten this
year alter 9:30 a.m. of I'.rev Pi'
The traditional way to make a Seder
i
CANDIES are
lighted |y tilt'
hioi In-r of ihf
liou-- 10 ushrr in
ihr festival of }'-'
liver. The Iwnedic-
non which the pro-
nounces over the
andles gives a re-
ligious meaning I*
ihia simple arl. An
abundance of 1 i> 111
vmholiws joy and
feMivily. and tlir
oft ranille glow
adda an aura of
pirituality to the
Srilrr table.
2
A CUP of win:
is placed at earli
table setting. Tin-
sanctificalion of
I lie Holiday is pro-
nounced over tile
fir-t rup. Three ad-
ilitional cups are
ilrunk during the
couraw of ihe
Seder, making a
total of four, to
symbolize the four
expressions of the
Lord's promise to
redeem the eliil-
dren of l-t.n I and
deliwr tin-in from
bondage.
3
THE HACCADAH
I literati) "the tell-
irm") contains Ihe
complete Seder
rriemonies in their
prescribed order
(\rtlrr). The first
part of thr book,
concerned mainly
wilh the story of
tin* Jews' deliver-
am from Egypt,
i read In-fur. the
meal. After dinner
follow* the second
portion consisting
of prayers of prai--
and thanks to the
Almighty.
4
MATZOH repre-
nl- the "bread of
affliction" eaten by
lilt- Jews in Egypt,
and also ihe bread
that haillobe baked
during their hasty
flight when there
was no time for
leavening. Three
inatzot are plaeed
in the Seder tray.
Half the middle
matzah, saved for
Ihe Afikomon I des-
sert), is playfully
"stolen" by a child
and ransomed for a
prize.
5
THE Z'ROAH,
a roasted hank
bone, is plaeed on
the Seder tray. It
represents the an-
cient sacrifice of
the Paschal lamb
(Prsarh) which
had to he eaten
roast etl. I'esarh, the
Hebrew name for
Passover, alao re.
fern to the Lord'a
passing over fpos<
ach) the Jewish
homes during the
plague visited upon
the Egv ptiaa first-
born.
6
THE BEITZAH,
a roi-i ill e g g
placed I<-!i of the
/.'roah. vmbolir.es
tin- required offer-
111 brought on alt
festival* in the
.' 'tuple I I.....g|tt
oiiile not itself ate*
lificeit. is lived in
.iie Seder as it is
Inr Jewish symbol
( mourning I in
ihii rase for the
. oi the Temple
w ii e r e the sac-
rifices were
. :. ..j.iit I
7
'the makoi
or "hitter herbs"
i u-ualM horserad-
ish) is plaeetl in
ihe middle of ihe
tray and symbol-
i/es ihe Jew*' bit-
ter suffering under
the Egyptian yoke.
Directly brlow is
the (hazt'tth. an-
other piece of hit-
ter herbs, com-
memorating the
custom of eatin".
Marpr sandwiched
I Hween two pit era
of MuUuh.
8
THE CHAROSET,
placed beneath the
/.'roah. i- a mix-
ture of chopped
apple, nut-, cinna-
mon, and wine de-
signed to look like
the mortar ued by
the Jews in build-
ing the palace* and
pyramids of Egy-'t
during centuries of
forced labor. Be-
fore the \laror is
eaten, it is dipped
h.lo the C/.*V'.
9
THE KARPAS.
a piece of parsley
or lettuce placed to
the left of the
C.harostt, symbol-
ise*, the meager
diet of the Jews in
Egyptian bondage.
ll is dipped into
salt water in re-
menihranie of the
tears they shed in
their misery. Th
Karpas also signi-
fies Springtime,
the season of Pass-
over.
10
THE CUP OF ELI-
JAH, filled with
wine, is kept on
the table through-
out the Seder in
the hope that the
Prophet Elijah
mav appear a* a
messenger of the
Almighty and an-
nounce the coming
of the Messiah.
Thus, in the midst
of their memories
of the past, the
Jews look forward
to the day of uni-
versal peace, love,
ami brotherhood.
HATKWAl JEWISH WWARl BOARD MADt THt ARRANGWrm
fcls Around the Globe to Mark Passover
N
I
ll
Ef Spec'al Report
1 'RK From Vetnam tt
" Bay, Cuba, an I from
Vzores, ih in :'ii I. ol
' ish GTs on du*v w'th
Port it ill join
nists around th
'in" I assover, the
-' i stival of Ereedom.
undown Friday. Apr,
al Jewish Welfare
ban arranged foi
Jewish servicemen and th: ir fam-
I'es al more than 600 military in
staliatii us at home and abroad a-
tvell as for mi n aooa a Naval ves-
sel* and troop transoorts an I those
| assigned to missile has -s .iw\ track
mi stations Bnd patients In state
I side Veterans Administration bos
|o!tals to observe the cl ihf day les
tival.
Al-.o included in JWB's world-
wide Passover panning are a
number of American Jewish ci-
vilians servin-j with the Peace
Corps in Nepal, Tanzania, Tu-
nis^, Pakistan, Liberia, and
Ethiopia and with State Depart-
ment missions in Thailand anc1
India.
Passover sen ices, sed rs on
base, in synagogues, Jewish Com-
munity Centers and other com
munite facilities, home hospltalit>
an l at many installations, special
Passover meals for the entire eight
lays of the holiday have been or-
anized in the United stale.- and
at some 70 overseas points by the
170 full and parttime Jewish chap-
lains, regional JWB consultants,
communitj Armed Services and
Veterans Committees and Jewish
lommunity ('inters.
Jewish chaolaina v ill officiate al
Passover services in Vietnam. Ja-
pan. Kon a. Okinawa, the Philip
nine- Turkey. Germany. France.
Italy, Greal Britain. Hawaii. Pan-
Continued on Page 2-C
sach, which, this year, is Friday,
Apr. lb'.
Q. Are fresh units and vegeta-
bles kosher for Passover. Other
than Legumes: beans, corn. pea-.
etc.?
A. Fresh truits and vegetables
with the exceptions noted, are kosh-
er for passover. Food which is pre-
pared or processed commercially
in ANY way may not be kosher
for Passover. The only assurance
that packaged processed foods and
other products are kosher for Pass,
over is certification by recognized
rabbinic authorities, indicated by a
label or emblem of such rabbinic
authorities, indicated by a label or
certification. Such kosher lor Pass-
over certification should be clear-
ly and unmistakably an authentic
part of the l.hel printed by the
manufacturer directly on the con-
tainer or wrapper ol the product.
Q. Should dishes, utensils and
other kitchen and eating and stor-
age implements be bought specil-
ically lor Passover use'
A. Such a procedure is the bi -'
assurance of complete adherence
to Passover regulations. Under
speedied conditions and if prop-
erly koshered, some utensils used
the res; of the year may be used
during Passover. It is suggested
that the rabbi be asked about the
proper procedures.
Q. Max plastic tablecloths be
used?
A. Yes,
O. Docs the oven need special
cleaning?
A. The oven is used throughout
the year and it must be cleaned,
scraped and burned out. A fitted
metal lining for the interior is rec-
ommended. Special metal plates
should be placed over the top of
the range to prevent contact with
Passover utensils. Your rabbi will
be happy to give information on
how to do this.
Q. What is to be done with the
chometz which is not used up or
disposed Of before Passover''
A. Passover regulations require
transfer of ownership oi such cho-
metz to a non-Jew through an in-
strument called Shtar Mechirah.
A 11 leftover chometz should be
placed in a spare room, closet or
trunk which is then to be locked.
All chometz dishes and utensils, af-
ter being thoroughly cleaned, also
must be placed in a special locked
location. The rabbi is then author-
ized ta prepare a bill ol sale and ar-
range for transfer ol ownership ol
the chometz to a non-Je
0. When is ownership returned?
A. The Rabbi, acting as agent,
may repurchase the chometz after
I assover when it again may be
used. One's n a m c and address
should be left w ith the rabbi and
a reasonable lime permitted to pass
before the stored chometz is used
to aliow the rabbi enough time to
finish the second part ol the trans
action.
Q. What is the special ceremony
lot disposal of chometz.'
A. A formal ceremony, called
lledikat Chometz" is required.
This begins with a final check ol
the home at nightfall. Thursday,
Apr. 15, to make sure that all cho-
metz has been removed. The pock-
ets of all clothing should be in-
cluded in this search,
q. How is "Bedikal Chometz"
performed?
A. Since the home is presumed
by this time to be Iree ol chometz,
crumbs of bread are placed in each
loom SO that the search will not I"'
in vain. Immediately alter night-
rail on Thursday. Apr. 15. the
head of the house, his way lighted
by a candle carried by a member of
Ihe family, goes from room to
room, using a leather and a wooden
spoon to gather any chometz The
Chometz. spoon, leather and candle
ai e then wrapped in a cloth and
tied with a string This chometz is
to be burned the next morning. The
head ol the house then formally
renounces ownership ol an\ undis-
covered chometz. The formula Kid
Cbamira, appears at the beginning
e| the Haggadah, as does the bless
itig which is to be recited only in
the evening.
Q. What is the ccrenion.v for the
burning ol the chometz?
a. The ceremonj is called "Biur
Chometz" and take- place later
than 10a.m., on erev Pesach, Fri-
day. Apr 16. The Chometz, as well
Continued on Page 2-C


Page 2-C
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Fridcv
^April 9,195]
Philippine Jungle Peace Cotps-Wtartecr
Writes to JWB of Passover Seder Plans
Yannulkes for the Passover Seder on Friday night, Apr. 16,
and for religious services in the months following are de-
livered to Chaplain (Capt.) Albert M. Dimont (left). U.S. Army
Yongsan District Command chaplain, by Miss Yung Soon Kim
in Seoul, Korea. The yarmulkes, 42 dozen of them, were made
by members of the Korean War Widows Association as part
of a project to help support families of Korean servicemen
killed during the three-year war there. The yarmulkes will
supplement religious supplies shipped to Korea by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board for the festival. Above are Harry
L. Katzman, Seoul USO associate director, who helped ar-
range the purchase, and Chaplain (Cap*.) Simon Potok. as-
sistant chaplain of the U.S. Army I Corps.
GIs and Family from Vietnam to Cuba
Wilt Mark Passover Through JWB Aid
By Special Report
JIM1NEZ. Philippines A young
Peace Corps volunteer, isolated in
this 111 n ; I c community, has ex
.....el in moving terms his ap-
preciation to the National Jewish
Welfare Doard for a Seder pack-
age which will enable him to ob-
serve the Pa.-sovir festival Harvey
Alan Mogul wrote to JWB:
"1 want to thank you verv mucn
for remembering me. 1 am nearly
10.000 miles from the Jewish com-
munity I love so much, and this
"solo Seder' serves to remind me of
my Jewish commitment. I am the
only PCV in this area and the only
American as well."
JWB months ago began ship-
ment of Passover Foods and re-
ligious supplies to Jewish chap-
lains with the U.S. Armed Forc-
es around the world, and the
JWB W o m e n's Organizations'
Services has sent 'solo Seder'
packages to isolated Gl. Included
in JWB's ptenning were Peace
Corps volunteers in remote areas
of the glebe.
forefather- over three thousand
years ago.
"The Passover Seder cannot be
partaken of in the company of
none. This fact, coupled with the
concepts of Seder hospitality,
have impelled me to invite the
two Catholic priests here to cele-
brate the festival with me. Both
read Hebrew but have never
witnessed a Seder; hence it will
be an evening of learning as well
as commemoration. I thank you
tpr jiving me IK,, opp*^.
The Nation.! ieish Wrt
lied ageru; igusi33
ale services 1 rV| in **
Armed Forci vetera-
pitals. and is the 1 t.or.al ;
veterunj
tion of V ,.'I0.na!a*l
Comm units Ctr'
and
Continued from Page 1-C
ama Canal Zone and Alaska. Jew-
ish GIs trained by the chaplains
will lead the service in Greenland.
Labrador. Greece. Spain and North
Africa.
Three civilian rabbis will fly to
bases in the Caribbean and the
Atlantic on special Passover mis-
sions. Rabbi Barry H. Greene, a
former Navy chaplain, and now
assistant rabbi of Congregation
Bnai Jeshurun. South Orange.
N.J.. will conduct services for
kitchens established by Jewish
chaplains, and gifts of attrac-
tively designed seder plates.
Months ago JWB shipped to Jew-
ish chaplains around the world
supplies of Passover religiou- lit-
erature. Haggadahs and quanti-
ties of matzoth. wine and canned
kosher Passover foods. Jewish pa-
tients in VA hospitals will also
participate in Passover observ-
ances conducted by chaplains. In
some hospitals recordings of the
Mogul continued: -The Passover
season is one when families re-
unite after a year of separate pur-
suits, a time when ties with the
Jewish faith are strengthened .
Reunion w i t h my family is now
physically impossible, however 1
will be able to strengthen my ties -\
with Judaism even though I am
in a land where being Jewish is
considered an invalid position.
This year Passover has a special
meaning for me. I can remember
my grandtather and my father
reading the story of Passover. It is
the story of a people struggling for
freedom It has a profound bear-
ing on the mind of a Jew and
the mind of an American and I
am a product of both of these heri-
tages. The epic continues and now
I am a part of that epic. As a Peace
Readying Home
For Passover
Continued from Page 1-C
as any bread left over from break-
fast, is burned and the "Kol Cha-
mira" is again recited.
Q. Are there any other require-
ments?
A. All Passover kitchen and eat-
ing and storage implements and
foods are placed in their proper
places. Your home is now free of
chometz and ritually prepared for
Passover and for the first Seder on
Friday evening. Apr. 16.
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Naval personnel and their families the patients' bedsides by means of Corps Volunteer I have chosen to
at Guantanamo Bay. Cuba. the hospital's public address sys- take up the banner of freedom that
Rabbi William F. Rosenblum. *".______________________________iwas waved so valiantly by my
rabbi-emeritus of New York's
Temple Israel, will preside at Pass-
over services to be held at Lajos
Air Force Base. Azores. Rabbi
Samuel Cook, executive director of
the National Federation of Temple
Youth, is going to Bermuda to of-
ficiate at Passover services at the
U.S. Air Force base.
Special packets of holiday
foods (solo seders) and literature
for Jewish servicemen stationed
at points too remote for chap-
lains to reach immediately be-
fore Passover have shipped by
JWB Women's Orgar.iiations'
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Fridgy- Apni 9,
1965
On Remembering Rev. Reeb
.
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
This is about Jim Reeb, the 38
I to use Federal force to protect persons lost their lives. A mother
I civil rights demonstrators in Bel-1 Jumped from the fifth floor window
SLf-St ujbSl ~ leadin ,he f'Sht by sa>,n8;aml died later of injuries. When
ci .hi cLi 'that Jim Reeb was "dedica,ed and she jumped, she was holding her
aau l t r!.,irn zcaIous. but ver>' misguided." The youngest child. lift, who was not
> < ar-old minister
r .1, Ala., from Boston
ek of March and did not return. ;pygmies are the scoffers and scorn-
had a call from Jim Reeb's mod- ers at Boston airport whose exact
e1 office the day he left: he would- words were recorded by a reporter
r."t be able to make the meeting he jv/hen some of the clergymen took
and others of us were deeply in- oil for Selma, utterances like these:
n ested in. the one about de facto '-Those nigger lovers will get
seriouslv injurred by the fire or
the fall.
THESE LINES just set down are
copied \erbatim from Jim Reeb*s
own report on the tire. It is a
Mhool segregation in Boston. This theirs"; "Why don't they stay in thorough report, based on his per-
\..is important to him. but he had ; Boston and mind their own busi-
,-ked his American Friends Ser- ness?" "I'm getting sick and
vice Committee boss permission to tired of starry-eyed clergy."
- to Selma to bear witness to the
peall of Negroes there. And that E STARRY-EYED clergyman
. pointment with death had pri- J.'m <*>> is ,?da-v o"l> ashes in
iy.
Jim calUd friend* in Boston
con after he got to Selma and
3t long before a Selma hooligan
.. ith white skin and a black heart
talked him emerging from a res-
-aurant and struck that coward-
and fatal blow. His message
. ack to Boston deserves a place
= -nong the exalted utterances of
ie ages: "I have been among
giants. I'll never be the same
I 3ain."
3IANTS THERE are, and pyg
. Is alas. The giants are tne
e-risking, joy-risking, dauntless
v groes of Alabama, trying to
rch in the rain, praying in the
l. in. irresistably dramatizing their Church in Washington
the quietness of Casper. Wyoming,
where he grew up; but his delerm-
uuUvu lu itnuiAMtf thciol ui Mw -
disinherited, his labors on such
issues as employment, schooling.
housing endure in memory for all
who knew him. all touched by his
deeds ot kindness and thoughtful
ness,
Jim Reeb attended St. Olafs
College In Minnesota, was gradu-
ated in 1953 from Princeton Theo-
logical Seminary; obtained a mas-
lir- degree in theology at Conwell
School <>t Theologj in Philadelphia:
was ordained a Presbyterian min-
ister; entered the I'nitarian Fel-
lowship; moved on lo become
associate minister at All Souls
sistent efforts to get at the heart
of the housing scandal. The photo-
graphs of the charred ruins are
Jim*s. The interviews with inspec-
tors and building commissioners
and city officials are his. The work
of gathering funds to succor the
survivors was Jim Reeb's.
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11 termination t" get the vote. The
\. nti are Jim Reeb himself and
his fellow-clergymen who leave the
security and blessings of home t"
- ind and march with the petition-
i Tiir giants arc the few cour
eons whites <>t the smith who
i no longer stomach the tactics
,i nastiness of a Gov. Wallace.
I say so, and act upon that re-
gion.
But the pygmies, oh. the pyg-
es one of the members of the
House of Representatives in snug,
i cure Vermont, leading the suc-
ii SSful fight tO table a simple reSO.
It lion calling upon the President
Education of Spinoza
The Education of Spinoza" will
i i the topic of a lecture by Dr
raham Wolf son on Thursday,
h i:30 a.m.. in the auditorium ot
aahington Federal. 1234 Wash
gton Ave.
Then in September, 1964, he
came to the Dorchester section
of Boston to serve as Metropoli-
tan Director of the low-income
housing program for the Friends
Service Committee. Once in Bos-
ton, he sought out the handful of
people who for the past several
years have worried and tugged
over de facto school segregation;
job training and job advance-
ment for Negroes; the myriad
social problems of large families
up recently from the South.
Above all. Jim Reel) dug into the
housing problem. He insisted on
living where that problem was
most acute. He fought fervently
against the evils imposed by slum-
lords on families trapped in Bos-
ton's black ghetto trapped ec
onomically and by the chains of
discrimination. Three months aftei
Jim came to town, a five-story,
sub-standard apartment house in
Roxbury caught fire; and four
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All thit was done while others
were busy issuing press releases
deploring the tragedy. Jim was
not one to work that way. His
method was to go quickly in
search of causes and then even
more speedily in quest of help
immediate and long-term for
those with no friend at court, no
voice at city hall.
\ thousan I Jim Reebs, perhaps
even onl} :i hundred, c >uld (
the si ims of America One Jim
! up In* life !
unchampione I, the ed, tin-
lisp -- sse those mosi ';
ately in need of friends, which of
u- dare forsake tli- work he start-
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Friday. April 9. 1965
+Jmlst> tkridton
Page 5-C
Seek Dismissal of Ex Nazi Professor
VIENNA- (JTA)-Thc Austri- iand Catholic and Socialist orani- charge of Prof. Taras Boiodajkc
Fewigj, community, joined by |zations requested the Government jwlca, a history teacher at the Uni-
licsistance Movement | here to immediately order the dis- 'versify of Vienna, who had admit-
the Austrian
I ted in one of his classes that he had ; weekend, students demonstrate
, been a member of the SS, the Hit-
jlcrite elite unit.
Minister of the Interior Czetti
ordered an investigation to deter-
mine whether the professor is en-
"aeed in neo-Nazi activity. Last
against Prof. Borodajkewicz I
front of the university, protest ii.
what they called his "anti Sem
ic and anti-democratic" lecture-
At the same time, several hu
died students cheered the teach*
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test-ban treaty "the business of
state perhaps closest to President
Kennedy's heart" and for his
leadership to the struggle for civil
rights legislation and federal job-
training programs for underprivil-
eged youth.
In presenting the awards. Sen.
Kennedy paid tribute to the Jewish
women's organization's aid to his
late brother in the civil rights
crisis in 1963. "You have reminded
us that one woman can make a dif-
Apriij, J
:f*rence *> through*^ >
try you am, your fell,,, 'U '
have made a diiference
rights, In education, in t!JL*P
portent kind of p.,1 tic* S?*|
tics of service
compassion,- he -aid.
tht,
"' tommuaiu
I
In a comprehensive ,
tended by delegatej 5*
Council m.mberS across, ,
Continued on Next ,
Speakers at a convention of the National ing Centers of the Job Corps. Bottom row (left
Council of Jewish Women included top row
(left to right) Whitney M. Young Jr., executive
director, National Urban League; Assistant
Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland; Dr. Ben-
netta B. Washington, director. Women's Train-
to righ'J are Sargent Shriver, director. Office of
Economic Opportunity; Dr. Arthur Hertzberg,
rabbi. Temple Emanu-El, Englewood, N.J.; Sen.
Jacob Javits, of New York.
NOW
Kosher
for
Passover
UHDEB SUPftVISfOM OF RABBI TWO* H. STf N
Women 9s Council in Confab
By Special Report
NEW YORK A leader of Con-
servative Judaism pleaded for
greater emphasis on Jewish learn-
ing to capture the interest of un-
committed Jewish Youth.
Rabbi Arthur L Hertzberg, of
Temple Emanu-El. Englewood N.J..
(I l.ooo delegates .it the bien-
nial convention ol the national
Countil of Jewish Women to open
a network of pre-kindergartens for
Jewish youngsters so that they
could be "rooted'' from earliest
childhood in Jewish traditions and
culture.
Speaking at a convention ses-
sion on "Jewish Identity in an
Open Society," Rabbi Hertzberg
asserted, "the problem of Jewish
identity in America is that we are
asking it to continue as an ab-
straction, freely chosen in adult
life, among those whose roots in
its living experience are no long-
er secure. We are asking abstrac-
tion to bear the burden that only
experience can bear."
Rabbi Hertzberg also asked that
Jewish adults learn more about
Jewish history ?nd culture in or-
der to "try to find intelligible rea-
sons for maintaining some amount
of Jewish specificness. apart from
the values of the majority."
"J e w i s h life," he declared,
"needs the Jewish equivalent of the
great books project that Hutchins
. nd Adler initiated some thirty
years ago on the American scene.
We "ill learn from our ancestors
only if we cease admiring them
from afar and begin again to studj
their work-.''
The five-day convention of the
NCJW, 72-year-old education and
service organization, ended with a
banquet at which Sen. Robert F,
Kennedy presented the Council-
John F. Kennedy awards to Miss
Dorothy Height, president of the
National Council of Negro Women,
and Vice President Hubert Hum-
phrey in absentia.
The awardsnine-branched brass
menoi ahs designed by Ludwig Wol-
perl were intended "to reem-
pbasize the most important tilings
our yoiithlul leader stood for
his ideals, his principles, his spirit,
his dream of equality for all Amer-
icans within our lifetime." accord-
ing to NCJW President Mrs. Joseph
Willen, ol New York.
Miss Height was cited by the
Jewish women's group for her
"key role in developing and in-
spiring a generation of talented
and dedicated women leaders
cross the United States and
throughout Europe, Asia and Lat-
in America."
Vice President Humphrey, whose
award was accepted by Mis
Charles Hymes of Minneapolis, a
friend and immediate past national
president of the NCJW. was hon-
ored for his work for the nuclear
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(CJW Convention
Continued from Preceding Pfl
Lry unanimously adopted a $tat-
Vent asserting that Council wo-
.n view "with deep concern
,he acceleration of the USSR pol-
ity of cultural and spiritual dis-
crimination against its Jewish
fcitiiens.
.Although the Jews constitute
Lot over a hundred officially rec-
l nationalit) groups, they
ton-1 '', deprive I il !'ieir right
develop their arts and letters
[,\ in practice their religion," the
:.. ; said.
[v thai Passover ap^
laches, the bakin oi matzoh,
IriKliiH nal and meaningful symbol
Tfreedom for Jews." is forbidden
Icept in loke n q lantitles, the
Lm-il 'li legates colled on the
titpd States government to "use
j good offices to intervene in be-
lli ol the three million Jews in
Soviet Union "
lAnother resolution urged that the
Usent administration bill on fed-
la I aid to education be amended
. do away with sections making
Issiblc grants of federal funds to
Irochial and private schools. The
llcqatt'^'s statement voiced con-
|rn t rt ; t the A Iministration's
hool aid i'ill will open the door
involvement of sectarian erki-
|tor> in decisions affecting pub-
education ai i asked for safe-
[lav!- so that the bill would
not undermine our tradition of
separation of church and state."
The convention reelected Mrs.
Joseph Widen, of New York, as
national president of the NCJW,
and elected two new national vice
presidents, Mrs. Raphael R. Gol-
e'enburg, of Patterson, N.J., and
Mrs. Leopold Fle'schaker, of
Louisville, Ky. Reelected as vice
presidents were Mrs. Earl Mar-
vin, of Woodmere, N.Y., Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Ga-
bles; and Mrs. Leonard Weinery
of Huntington Woods, Mich.
Mrs, Uaul D. David, of While
Plains. \*Y. was newlj elected as
national recor ling secretary, and
Mrs. Samuel Rothinan of Tucson.
Ariz., as assistant recording sec-
retary. Mrs. Benjamin D. Fidanque
Jr.. of New York, was reelected
treasurer, and Mrs. Joel Dolkart.
of Rockaway Park. N.Y. was re-
elected assistant treasurer.
The delegates adopted a budget
of $970,000 for 1365-6fi
Harlan Cleveland. Assistant Sec-
retary of State for International
Organization Affairs, Sar/ent Shri-
ver, director of the Office of Eco-
nomic Opportunity, and Dr. Ben-
netta Washington, director of the
Women's training centers of the
Job Corps, were among other dis-
tinguished speakers to address the
convention.
Secretary Clevelan I speaking at
I ft convention dinner at the U.N. in
{ uelcbrtotlon of International Coop-
: eration Year. saN that there was a
role for the United States in any
future settlement in Vietnam, and
tl-at the "goo.I offices" of Secre-
tary General U Than! could be used
in the case of Berlin.
The convention next morning
passed a resolution saying it '
was "highly gratified to hear"
from Mr Cleveland "that the
! United States is prepared to use
the good offices of the United
States to bring about a settle-
ment of the Vietnam crisis, and
"strongly urged President John-
son and his administration to
continue to pursue all avenues of
negotiation to end hostilities and
bring peace to that troubled
area."
Shriver told the Council dele-
gates that "nothing more signifi-
cant is going on in the war against
poverty" than the efforts of NCJW
and three other major women's or-
ganizations in WICS, the volunteer
| agency recruiting and screening
girls for the Job Corps. The three
other organizations in WICS are
the National Council of Catholic
Women, the National Council of Ne
gro Women and the United Church
Women.
The WICS volunteers symbolize
"the new role of volunteers in our
society." declared the anti- pover-
ty director.
"Our society can no longer get
along with a closed professional
guild approach to service." he as-
serted "We need women volun-
teers nationwide'in the war against
poverty women who are warm,
sensitive human beings, who have
time to spend with and empathy
to offer to poor people."
Other resolutions passed by the
convention included a series on
Jewish affairs calling for encour-
agement of the study of Judaism
and support of "measures de-
signed to preserve the Jewish faith
and culture and to secure the
rights of Jews everywhere." The
Council also pledged its support to
the "continuing social, education-
al and cultural upbuilding of Is-
rael."
Additional resolutions urged the
abolition of capital punishment
and opposed measures "which
would undermine or curtail the au-
thority of the Supreme Court."
Passover Wisdom
from the
Beloved Herring Maven
Whatever you do to enjoy this Passover holiday, don't stop
eating Vita Herring. After all-Vita is kosher for Passover.
Look for the Passover endorsement of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of America right on jars of Vita
Herring.
Listen to the Maven. I say to you with my voice only what
Is true. Make your Passover a little bit brighter. Eat a little
Pickled herring by Vita.
Eat Vita any time. For breakfast, lunch, dinner-even a
nosh. All you do is open the jar and serve.
Try Vita Herring in cream sauce; party snacks in wine sauce
or old-fashioned pickled schmaltz herring.
Get Vita at your favorite supermarket, grocery or delica-
lessen. Tell them the beloved Maven sent you. It won't save
*>u any money: but you'll get the best herring-Vita.
, MANNA
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GATHERED'FOR YOU BY
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AVI) thi; IKIISSH
WAS NOT I OVSII Will
Not from a stately cedar,
nor from a cloud-capped
mountain came the clar-
ion call to Moses but
from a lowly hedgerow
shrub. Israel too. ex-
plain the rabbis in
one of their many pic-
turescue interpreta-
tions, is a hedge in the
world that is the Creator's
garden. And her flowers
are the scholars whose
fragrance perfumes the
universe. Incidentally, the
Burning Bush is the seal
of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
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2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup sweet malaga wine
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stand 10 minutes before removing from pan, Makes about 14.
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Legion are the legends of Elijah, wandering prophet of a wan-
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Israel. But his most important role is still unplayed. For Elijah,
in the Biblical prophecy is the chosen herald of the Messiah.
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tenlsti fUrkftor,
Friday, Apiflj,
Hebrew Day Schools Support LBJ Bill
By Special Report
The National Society for Hebrew ,
Day Schools Torah Umesorah.
\. hich represents close to 300 He- \
brew Day Schools throughout the
I nited States with an aggregate en- ;
ilmenl of approximately 60,000
I ipils, this week bailed the pass-
<> ie of President Johnson's Edu-
<..tion Bill in the House of Repre-
t< ntatives.
At the same time, the National '
--ciety disassociated itself from
i e statement issued by the Ameri- .
< n Association for Jewish Educa-
m. attacking the bill. Speaking
Humphrey Will
Speak at AJCom.
Annual Meeting
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
uev and the Rev. Dr. Martin Lu-
er King Jr. will be guests of
> mor at the 58th annual dinner of
< American Jewish Committee
i Thursday night. May 20. at the
A mericana Hotel in New York City, '
ji was announced here by Mrs.
<. larles H. Finkelstein. chairman
. the Greater Miami Chapter.
Mrs. Finkelstein added that a
c local delegation is expected
the dinner, which will high-
.lit a five-day annual meeting of
.A-lCommittee from May 19 to 23.
At the annual dinner, dedicated
i Herbert H. Lehman, late Cover-
) >r of New York State and United
S ates Senator, who was a long-
1 me honorary vice president of
c American Jewish Committee.
\ ice President Humphrey will de-
er a memorial tribute.
Dr. King will receive the Ameri-
i ,n Liberties Medallion, awarded
.- the American Jewish Committee
nee 19 5 5 for "exceptional ad-
inccment of the principles of hu-
n an liberties."
in behalf of the Hebrew Day School
movement, the national chairman
ol Torah Umesorah's Executive
Committee. Amos Bunim. declared
that the vole represented a historic
milestone in American Education,
and had the complete support of
the Hebrew Day School movement.
He asserted that "The Ameri-
can Associatien for Jewish Ed-
ucation does not speak for the
Hebrew Day School movement.
Furthermore, the National Soci-
ety for Hebrew Day Schools
has received a written mandate
from day schools throughout the
country, specifying Torah Ume-
sorah as their representative
agency in negotiating for the
passage and implementation of
the President's Aid to Education
Bill."
With reference to the American
Association for Jewish Educa-
ltion's charge that the bill would.
! under the guise of alleviating dep
rivation extend financial aid to pri
Ivate and parochial schools," Bun
im asserted that "the Association
I was distorting the aim oi the bill.
I while ignoring the reason which
Intakes its passage of vital impor-
tance for the nation t welfare."
Bunim pointed out that "econom-
c deprivation is leading to educa-
tional deprivation for large mini-
;bers of underprivileged children,
which in turn condemns those chil-
dren to further economic depriva-
tion. This cycle continues to the
ultimate harm Of our total society.
The bill seeks to provide necessary
educational benefits ior all eco-
nomically underprivileged Ameri-
can children without regard to race
Or creed."
The day school leader expressed
amazement "that the American As
sociation for Jewish Education
would impute to the President and
to the distinguished senators and
Congressmen who support the bill
the desire to conceal their true in-
tentions, while disregarding the
question of constitutionality in
their thinking on the bill."
Bunim rejected "as totally unac-
ceptable the alternate plan of ?*"
American Association for Jewish
Education, which would have the
public schools conclude their day
at 1 or 2 p.m.. and would require
the non-public school pupils to re-
ceive their secular instruction at
the public schools during the morn-
ing hours, while scheduling their
religions subjects for the afternoon
hours. -*"-
"In addition to reducing rather
than enhancing the effectiveness
of the public school programs,"
Mr. Bunim asserted, "such a
plan would strike a death blow
at the Hebrew Day School move-
ment. It would force the move-
Rabbi Stern Will
Give Lectures
On Great Sabbath
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
- ader ol Jacob C. Cohen Commun-
y Synagogue, will deliver his 25th
E iabbat Hagadol lecture on Sat
i day at 4 p.m.
The two-hour lecture will be di- '
ded into a Halachic dissertation
i Chometz, and a homeletic dis-
i>sion on internal freedom.
Rabbi Stern, celebrating bis sil-
t anniversary in the rabbinat"
id the first year in the newly
j uinded synagogue, each year de-
vers two special lectures, one
i the Sabbath preceding Pass
er. the other on the Sabbath pre-
ding Vom Kippur.
To Grace Your
Holiday Table
ASK FOR
I
reeVced and Betffed By
t'KOVED WINE CO.
Yeakers, N.T.
"' 3
*
mefit to transform hi aa_ i ,
to auxiliary, hirna^* |
schools. $, _,_!!", **** 1
__* *,h# H-'w i
! School movement.- *l
Bunim suggested -that the _.
non of the American AssotjZ
or Jewish Education is t_
j-nt a mora'ly unenviable mZ
! ;no. hand, it is p,-.....nt,v ^
., against adoption ot the \ul 'T*
ucation Bill. On the other
its total constituent smupsT
seeking the right to distribute*
ernment benefits which twdj.'
made available on the bills _
sage."
By sating that the t"aj ^
movement looks forward to fit
eariy passage of the bill in the Sea-
ate, he"*deelared thai 'Torah tS
sorah has organized stjt,> \taA
tions of Hebrew Da> Schools wo
various states to represent &
schools visa-vis Federal and Su*
Governmental educational a
ties, with reference to the MBl
implemcntation."
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n A ^ ** 4 tery- sorm* datinS ** t0 7o other by shouting '11611 Hitler!",
lcch Boys in J\nti Semitic Actions y*^-had becn *-n*d. Lwt mm.; n mini iimnhvirai
In Pilsen. according to another,^ songs t^ writer ^ ^ ..
daily. Rude Pravo, a group of 13-1 .... ...
i, ,. ... ., tide said the boys learned the
to-14-year-old boys. led bv one who
is 17. broke into a synagogue. Kul- {^"l?5 {rom Phonograph records of
tura Tvorba reported that, in Pilsen j Nazi marches preserved by an ad-
itUn. school boys saluted one an-' ult in the city.
U'.N- lV' -Anumber
Usemit actioni have oc-
rcj -. Ck ::' > .ia during the
fctt. accord i the Czech press, received here. ot having participated in the dese-
The newspaper Prace reported cration of an M Jewish cemetery
I that two youths of 13 were arrest-1 there. According to the local police,
.r| in the town of Trebic on charges ; 50 tombstones in the Jewish ceme-
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Friday. AprtJ'j_
It's Time to Forgive/Says Rabbi
To Those Who Still Hate Germany Today
By Special Report
-KW YORK the Time has
< ne fur those who hate Germany
I the Germans to forgive thai
i mtry for the slaughter of more
1 in .sis; million Jews under the
"> us, a German-born American
i ibi declared today
Writing in the current issue oi
L >k Magazine, Rabbi Joseph Ash-
i .ii Temple Emanuel, Greens-
) ro, N.C.. said that those who
( r r y unending retribution*' in
t! ir hearts toward Germans must
'take a new look into their feel-
Rabbi Asher is himself a for-
rr.er victim of Nazi terror. In his
ycuth, he was driven out of school
three years after Hitler came to
power. His father, an Orthodox
. bbi in Wefsbacian, pei*!shed
at the Buchenwaid death camp.
ecently returned from his first
ti i to Germany since the time he
v:> forced to flee, the rabbi said:
When 1 first returned to the
s< < ne of my youth, suspicion and
lot thing wire my uppermost sen-
i ents, Having seen the Hitler
Ira gedj in all of its enormity. I was
n< lher willing to forgive nor for-
- "____________________________
FP and L Report
Carries Florida
Story to Nation
he story of Florida's appeal
8i -I progress "ill be carried to
< ry siatc in the Union and many
i- eign countries by a colorful new
p ilication just off the press.
lorida Power and Light Com-
p. iv's 1964 Annual Report, sport
i:.. a cover that invites the read
er to "Explore Florida." was in
t mail this week to more than
4' '00 people all across the land.
Keyed to FP and L's year-
re jnd program of boosting Flor-
ida, the 14-page publication
helps "sell" the state wherever
it goes. It is illustrated with
brilliant color photos of Florid-
ians at work and play, and looks
ore like a popular picture mag-
aiine than a corporation report.
Tie presentation is designed to
c-amat'ie Florida's appeal and
p enomenal growth.
In 1964. Florida's amazing vi-
ty set the pace for new gains
all layers of the state's prosper
. three-ply economy." says FP
I L Board Chairman McGregor
ith in his message to stock
ders.
Tourism was at an all-lime
li. industry chalked up rapi:l
ansion and agriculture harvest
its biggest total cash income ii.
tory. In fact, by most any
i asutv you might choose our
e's progress and economic
ngth are strikingly apparent."
But talks at length with German
students of the postwar genera-
tions convinced him that guilt for
Nazi crimes must not fall on the
shoulders of Germany's young peo
pie. Asked Rabbi Asher in his ai
tide:
"How much ot a burden of guilt
can you lay an the shoulders ol an
13-year I I boy without damaging
his soul almost beyond repair?"
Since little or nothing is taught
in German schco's about the
story cf the Jews and Judaism,
Rabbi Asher proposed in Look
that a number of oerman-speak-
ing rabbis be asked each to de-
vote a menth to teaching in Ger-
man secondary schools.
He said: "There exists in Ger-
many a virtual vacuum of informa-
tion on Judaism, other than its
victimization in the Nazi era. There
cannot be anything but a warped
view of Jews and Judaism if the
only contact with them is either to
read of the tragedy or of the ling-
ering bitterness that one imagines
besets Jewish people in relation to
Germany."
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
[Zm^vW^
Yuban Coffee
Passover is a warm holiday and
a good time to offer your family
and guests an extra measure oi
pleasure by serving them Yuban
Coffee, the premium coffee of Gen
nil Foods.
As you might expect, Yuban
a little more than regular cof-
fee, but the difference in taste
is more than worth the difference
in cost. The taste tells you that
here is a coffee mode from the
pick of the coffee beans, aged
carefully, deep roasted, and blend,
ed artfully to give you a flavor
that can't be matched. You just
know it's 100 percent Colombian
Coffee.
Your company will ask' for sec-
ond and third cups when you serve
Yuban Coffee, so be sure to make
enough for all thdse coffee-lovers
in the crowd.
Yuban is available in regular and
instant. Try both. aad you'll quick-
ly realize that you can't make or
serve a better cup of eofiee. holiday
time or any time.
Tempo Filter Cigarettes
The spring social season is about
to hit its stride. Whether you're
entertaining at home or being en-
tertained yourself, be sure you have
enough Tempo Cigarettes on hand.
Tempo has a 'now tobacco blond
for more tobacco taste. For the
tit t time, y. u can enjoy good old-
fashioned flavor in a charcoal-tip
cigarette. Tempo's filter has a sec-
tion of charcoal granules bound-
together, plus a white fiber outer
section, for taste too good to miss.
So whether the occasion is a small
soiree or a large family Seder, of-
fer your guests the good old-fash-
ioned flavor of Tempo Cigarettes.
*
Domino Sugar
Domino Sugar needs no introduc
tion to housewives because it has
rbeen a tradition in homes for
(rat ions. luf M|
With Passover approach .
would be a good idea Io 1 '
quick check of Domino mZll
to make sure your WjT
stocked with these tine item*Sj
are invaluable in your kitchen^
DO your table. '*
Heading the list is DomtoonJ
lated sunar. a "imisf f0r vo ,N
coffee and tea Then, for 2? '
dor table, take your pick of rw i
tal Domino Tablets or the bW'
Tablets that add party lookui*
hot beverages When it. t>0lt"
Sugar, you re sun it's p ire
Look for then line prodJ
which are Kosher I ir PassovetThI
-' "' and "' *'ttrp
spout packages h
w reoip.....i
Temple Judea
Passover Seder
Congregational Pa will be held at Temple Judea A
Coral Gables on Saturday night I
Apr 17, at 6:30 p m
Rabbi Morns A Kipper willad
duct the ceremonial service?, a-1
sis'ed by children oi the ticbrn
school. The catered dinner will hi |
traditional and will be served I
Sisterhood members,
ti
I
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a:
s
h.
Y

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fa
r.
St.
at
CRT Women's Election
.'omen's American ORT will
' t officers at a meeting and
i cheon at the South Gate Ter-
race Room. 910 West Ave.. on
T sday at 11:30 a.m. A musicale
Will follow. featuring Marian
fc ear, vocalist, accompanied by
A a Yasio.

y
Again and again the mystic figure 4 appears in our Passover
ceremonial. Wo sip four cups of wine, we partake of four spe-
cial foods, we ask four questions, we recall the four pledges of
redemption, wo relate the parable of the four sons, and we
sing of the four matriarchs.
Rich in moaning, rich in memory is every historic detail of this
centuries-old family celebration. We at Standard Brands are
honored that our Kosher-for-Paasover products play a part in
your rejoicing and are welcome in your home all year.
We join you in the hope that the Festival of Freedom will
hrm* freedom to all Israel and to all the children of men. And
to you and your family we say Chag Someach, Guten
Yomtov, Happy Passover!
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
Questions ACLU Friendship
1.

**rr>
|Mrs. Irving Boxenbaum (left), member of the National Board
lot Pioneer Women, and Beba Idelson, head nf Moetzet Ha-
[poalot. Pioneer Women's sister organization in Israel, view a
Isign on the building site for the proposed Interna'.'onal Pioneer
Iwomens Social and Cultural Center in Tel Aviv. The cen-
ter will serve the needs of Moetzet Hapialot and function as a
meeting place for Pioneer Women from all over the world.
Plans for the center were adopted at a recent Pioneer Women-
iMoetzet Hapoalot World Conference.
flamingo Chapter Meet This Week
Election meeting of Flamingo cil oi M i a m i. Anti Defamation
ILipur 80S. B'nai H'rith Women.
scheduled for Thursday eve
ng at Florida Power and Light
to. urn Flamingo Way.
A program on "Inside Home
lighting" was to be offered by an
fii'ia of the Florida Power and
tuht Co and guest speaker was to
Mr< Max Kern, Flaming Chap-
|er consultant,
[officers for l!Mi5-66 are Mrs. Ot
Haengel. serving a second term
League and PTA.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The report that the American
Civil Liberties Union declared its
readiness to protect the American
Nazi Party, the Ku Klux Klan and
other such destructive organiza-'
tions from being investigated by
the UnAmeiican Activities Com-
mittee, can only be considered do
plorable.
The ACLU. which pretends to be
an organization fighting injustices,
las proved that when it comes to
orotecting the Nazis, it is willing
'to sacrifice the cause of justice1
even to the extent of misinterpret-
ing the Constitution of the United
States. The ACLU claims that,
under the Constitution, protection
must be given to the American
1 Nazi Party, which openly advo-
cates the extermination of Amcr-
' ican Jewry by the same means
use,I by Nazis against the Jews of
Germany,
To give all legal protection to
the American Nazi Party, and
thereby enable it to carry out its
program of the elimination of
the Jews from the American
scene, is not only a legal mat-
ter; it certainly involves human
morality also. The issue is sim-
ple, to subordinate moral justice
to legal conniving to keep these
dangerous organizations alive.
The Nazi organizations, after
their crimes had been exposed,
were declared criminal organi-
zations, and as such, they were
investigated and tried. Do we
have to wait until the American
Nazi Party repeats the same
crimes against six million Amer-
ican Jews, which they are openly
advocating?
It is ironic that the ACLU ex-
pects the prospective victims to be
grateful to them fur protecting the
Nazis; and it insists thai, by so
doing, .: is acting in the best in-
terests of American Jjwry, Nat
orally, therefore, the ACLU ieels
that the bill lor the cost of 'N ac-
tivities along these lines siiould be
paid for by American Jewry. Hi
can the concept oi' justice be rt
onciled with securing the perp>
nation of such criminal organ!
tions?
It is puzzling that these Jewb
lawyers, who are acting in belli
of the ACLU and blindly follow i .
its policies, can be so far removi
from the basic welfare of tin I
own people. Their willingness
yield to the ACLU"s order to pi
vent even an investigation of thc-
organizations whose pa~t histo
was proven to be the greats -
shame of humanity is ind- ed am. /
ing.
Any Jew with a little experiem e
can only question the SO-caHi
friendship of the ACLU. which
placing Jewry's existence in Jei
ardy in maintaining these policU -.
This is reminiscent of the t-
-axing. "God save us tnuii o
friends: we will take care of 0 r
enemies."
i MAURICE GOLDRINS
Miami Beach
'inski School
_>neg Shabbat
|This Friday Eve
* Bavid I'inski Folk School will
t u "s ^mi-monthly Oneg Shab-
tentn" J'rida-V- a P.m- Farband
n,er' 842 WasbtagtOI Axe.
^'" Yonien. choir conductor.
Fnd arf ,hc comm"n'ty singing
f J au,mi>anv ,hc guest artists.
LasL."10 San,c ProRtam. Louis
Nil s ,PnnciPl "f the school,
(ties'' n n "B"Wical Personal
L I.01',ln of the Week will
ksri,!, y ,Berna''d Furman, vice
pwdent of the school.
MRS. OTTO HAiNGll
Is president; Mrs. Bernard Sydel.
Wrs Harr.\ Epstein, Miss Elise
Factor, vice presidents; Mrs. Fran
[''- Patronage, treasurer; Mrs. Al-
prt Click, secretary; Brs Bessie
Factor, historian; Mrs. Herman
Kansky guardian; Mrs. Vera Rob
ps, sentinel.
Mrs Haengel, who lives with
Pit husband and six children at
'"Hi Ter., Hialeah, speaks
ve languages and reads and
"riles a sixth. Able to converse
fluently in Russian, Yiddish, Ru-
i ''num. Spanish, German' and Eng-
r-"- lbs is a valuable member of
Fie volunteer interpreter corps
FWnsored by the Zonta Oub of
'''eater Miami.
For three years, Mrs. HaengePs
fame has een listed in the VI di-
Fwlory distributed to courts, hos-
I" als. libraries and other organi-
sations.
I She belongs to many other or-
Fnizations. including Safety Coun-
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+Jmist> fhrkflan
Report on Jewish Community of China
YUDUEVICH
By MONTY JACOBS
A ftnv weeks fo, a brief report
jme out ot Shanghai to the offices
of Uie World Jewish Congress in
New [York stating that not more
than 86 Jews are
k'fl in China u<
day from u com!
w unity thai nuni
b. reid 25.000'
twenty y cars
ago.
On receipt oi
this information
the World Jew
ish Qongress ad*
dressed a detail
cd inquiry to P.
I Y u (I a I evich.
i mum ol whal is now the sha
d >. council of the Jewish com-
munit> in Shanghai A number
i iiestions wort.1 ;iskr>! oi Yiulalc-
V
0. How many Jewish adults am'
bi many children an' left in
c
4. >< the 24 :" left in
|> en ber. 1964 n >v residing in
C nlj *< a i twent>
j'l- ,.>t js
o r65
0. How main ol tins,' pcrsa -
II re relief?
A. \boul 10 pers is in Shanghai
cash re-
I: r -i" cial ants
Q. What i ies do you have
for Jewish educali
A. Private I ors re en gaged
for the two Ji 'i
Q. What happen* d i
11 -i' formerly run bj 'he mm-
n 11
A. In the last few years there
were only four inmates in the Shel-
ter House which consisted of 18
rooms, enough to accommodate 30
to 40 inmates. In its heyday, there
used to be as many as 56 persons
in the Shelter House. However, to
maintain the operation of the Shel-
ter House and its kosher kitchen,
even with tour inmates, a min
imum staff of four had to be em-
ployed. To effect economies, we
had to close down the Shelter
Bouse after the departure of two
of the remaining four Innate". We
oun.-l rooms for the last two and
manage to cover their living ex-
penses, ^^
O. What happened to the syna-
gogues and other institutions aban-
doned by the community?
A. There were litre? svna t^iiea.
a Jewish school, a Jewish hospital,
'no a Jev i.*h lub in Shan ;hai
Only the Jewi h ho ;pilal < om-
poui i as rented The e |uipmenl
of the w as sold as
lark as 1952 lo cover the sever
ance pay ol 56 emploj ees
proceeds wenl to
the medical relit i fund. Om sj na
>.. rected i y the SI .
Ashkenazi Jewish Communal Kssn
. was sold together ith the
furniture on Jul> 17. li)5(i for 1K.-
DOO Chinese dollars. Another
synagogue, erected by the s
dic Jewish Communal Association,
was sold on Mar. 18. 1957 for 18.
000 Chinese collar-. The proceeds
>! both --ali- vent to our reliel
funds. The Shanghai Jew sh Cluo
was placed under the custody ul
S langha Ri al Estate Control
Bureau on Sept. 26. 1960. and is With the exception of the Colum-
now considered as a public prop- bia Road Cemetery, all the other
city. At present we are negotij three were transferred to Chi An
ating the sale of the remaining Public Cemetery in Chin-poo. a
Jewish school and synagogue to suburb about 15 kilometers from
meet our outstnding debts. the town. Appropriate arrange
Q. What happened to the equip- "lent will be made to take care of
ment in the various Jewish insti. the Jew.sh cometcnes. when there
. is hardly a Jew left in Shanghai.
A. In 1956 we sent to Israel 11 Q. What is the structure of the
boxes of books from the former I Jewish Community Council now?
Jewish library of the Shanghai .....,, ,......
Jewish Club, and 16 eases contain-1 A- ***" ** War II. there
ing religious hooks, and 14 Torah WCT* three Jewish communities in
scrolls.. At present we still have Shanghai: the Sephard.c Jewish
some religious books, silver oina Communal Association, the Shang-
meiiis for religious purposes and
hai Ashkenazi Jewish Communal
chi\ es and records ai
H,e aJUAasocJWon
kept with
Ccmeinde.
and the Juedischc
Each was doing its
the Council office. We are still nwn f*** and migration work,
ssuing hundreds of Ghetto Letters After many mass migrations dur-
and other certificates every year "'- ""' '",""(' !""n l947 '" 1949'
to applicants all over the world was considered convenient
Each applicant is entitled to re- ''" centralized organization to
ceive restitution money ol about '''' ,he remaining Jews.
is S800 from the relevant Ger "'", "> September. 1949. the Coun-
man and Austrian Governments ci' founded to manage the
and Municipalities on n< ition con ation With
,1 the Ghetto Letter issued bj this cnl a nurture ol Je
Counci rhe requests for Ghetto sh' activities and o k
i tters an coming in without in- ofjtlu i have also red
terruption. it is estimated that
th< work will not be concluded for
some j ears.
O. How many Jewish c meteries
arc there and what is happening
to them?
A. There were lour Jewish ceme-
teries in Shanghai:
graves
Mohawk Road Cemeterj 304
Baikal Road Cemeterj l <>!.?
Point Road Cemetery 834
Columbia Road Cemetery 87:1
in scale. At (.,
has only one U,
has worked n..
Jewish organize
ously. the Coum
matters in cor
Sephardic .Jew i-
ciation. the S-
Jewish Conine
the Juedischc G(
Yudalevich.
faithfully deti
ditions in an .-
ish communih.
many remainii .
I circumstances
Association has
tribution ot ,.
March. lfMil .
ing a total ii
imately 300 Ch
community
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/A Urged to Pass Bar Against Bigotry
ll'jn
ish Congress, who addressed the
Commission as the representa-
tive of a non-governmental organi-
zation with consultative status.
Dr. Perlzweig. omitting direct
mention of the USSR, insisted that
'he planned convention provide "un-
liuhtv now in sessional Unions denial oljull religious national affairs tor the World Jew-! equivocally" for such religious
EVA- 'TA
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limination of religious intolerance | The appeal was made by Dr. Man-
I hat would hit directly at the Sovi-1 rice L. Perlzweig, director of inter-
rights as the right to preach one'n
I religion, obtain materials for thft
! observance of dietary and other rit-
iual practices, maintain a national
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'religion's international organiza-
tions. All of these rights are denied
to Jewry in the USSR.
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Fri Pro /ted Yiddish Daily Raps Soviets
Soviet Union, antl-religio^a
ganda is often carried out J
anfl ignorant fast
luon. Such,
mg pro-Soviet attitude,
>i:\\ YORK (JTA) The criticiied this week the continua
I Mning Freiheit the daily Yiddish tion of anti-Semitic propaganda in man) ignorant persons,
w-spaper which malnUins a the Soviel Union "It seems that among them poisonous anti-Sern
sharply among the anti-religious propagan- ites," the paper stated in an edi
--------------------------------------------------------- torial.
The Freiheit noted that, earlier
. week, the Ai in Jewish
Conference on Soviel Jewry pub
lished report about an article
in "Zviasda." of Minsk, largest
daily in Byelorussia which had con
pred no canards about alleged
Jewish ritual practices, condemned
Judaism ;is a religion that "defends
what is rotten and dead." and
barged that American Jewish or-
ganizations are headed by such
fcaders ol big business as Guggen
anda convinces no 01
rtists oi the Soviet l nion. there are Rockefeller. The latter (wo are not contrary, v.. '
ignorant persons, often jews.
The editorial stated that the
Freiheit would ignore a report of
ihis nature it there had been indi-
cations rf trial and punishment of
other anti-Semitic authors in the
USSR, like Prof. Kitchko who
had authored the infamous anti-
Semitic work "Judaism Without
Embellishment."
The report from Minsk.'' stated
the editorial, "'would not be ac-
ceptable to us it we had heard about
action against the oilier 'anti-relig-
ious' book- To our sorrow, we
leim. Morgenthan, Harriman and know from experience that, in the
ishl religious men in Am,.,,, *1
bis and others. ho .,,*
standing o ,n7 "
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principles, th..
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self and hall all ann-rei,^;*!!,
agandaofa, ilar and harafcjj
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ol the cold V .Vl,
Mrs. Elizabeth Toth, 64, of 2272 SW 5th St.. spins the "Wheel
ot Fortune" that indicates the amount of Social Security bene-
its payable at the age of 65 or 62. Assisting her in the oper-
ation is Ted Wertheimer, manager of the Tamiami Branch of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. 1901 SW 8th St..
Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1901 SW 8th St.
interested persons receive booklets and various types of liter-
ature covering Social Security subjects.
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We add just the right pinch of apices.
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
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NEW YORK The 1965 edition
"1 the u Kosher for Passover Prod,
nets Directory ot the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations, list-
ing ;i record number of rabbinical-
1> -endorsed and supervised Kosher
for Passover products, has been
published. Copies are available
without charge on request to Dept.
PR. Orthodox Union. 84 Filth
Ave., New York. NY. 10011.
The new u Kosher for Passo\ f
Products Directory has again be--1
published in the pocket-size versio <.
The directory includes a detail*
guide for preparation of a lion a
for a ritually-correct Passover ob-
servance, as well as a bricl I
script ion of the procedures of ti
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cutive Board of the Sisterhood of Temple
Olom looks over the final report of the
^1 season's ways and means affairs. Seated
: to right) are Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, treas-
Mrs. Alvin Levenson, president; Mrs.
bnard Putterman, ways and means vice
sident; Mrs. Marvin Bochner, financial dues
aetary. Standinq (left to right) are Mrs.
kn Cooper, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Ivin Shifke, membership vice president;
E Hy Hecht, recording secretary; Mrs. Her-
Seltman. organizational vice president.
No*, shown is Mrs. Eli King, projects vice presi-
dent. Most recent fund-raisinq project open
to the community, is a Passover Feeds and
Delicacies Country Store chaired by Mrs. Da-
vid Binkler and Mrs. Walter Seidler in the
Temple at 8755 SW 16th St.. from 9 to 12 noon
and 3 to 5:30 p.m., Mondays throuph Fridays,
to Apr. 16, when Passover begins. Elections
meeting was to be held Thursday in Temple
Or Olom at 8:30 p.m. New officers and Board
of Directors will take office as of May 1.
istal Clerks Install Officers Here
cal 172 Miami, United Federa-
pf Postal Clerks AKL-CIO, will
its 49th annual installation of
fcrs on Apr. 10, at the Barce-
I Hotel. Dinner will be served
p.m., dancing and a show
follow.
fests will be Cong. Claude Pep-
Don Dunn, executive vice
dent. United Federation of
Clerks, Washington, D.C.;
pil Dooley. national vice pres-
United Federation of Post-
Its, Miami.
rial honors w ill go to Mr. and
~:v Gayle active members in
the local and its auxiliary. Mr.
Gayle is foreman in the account-
ing division of the Miami Post Of-
fice, a position he recently as-
sumed.
Outgoing president is Hank
Greenberg. Incoming slate of of-
ficers include: Hy Chodock, presi-
dent; Stan Gold, executive vice
president; Art Nielsen, hospital
plan representative: Martin Bomse,
financial secretary; George Gould,
treasurer.
Mike Bourke, secretary, Hank
Greenberg, editor. Clerks Mail;
.Maurice Fauer. Mrs. Chuck Brunty.
George Pouliot. vice presidents.
Locals retirees for 1964 will be
honored. Chairman for the installa-
tion is Stan Gold.
Beth David Religious School
A Model Seder for the Primary
Department and the Aleph and
Bet Classes of the Hebrew Depart-
ment of Beth David Religious
School will be conducted on Sunday
morning in the Social Hall. Se-
darim in the classes of the Hebrew
Department will be held in their
individual classrooms on Monday
and Tuesday. Apr. 12 and 13.
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"dfewish Flotidian 253
Aged Home
Officers Are
Here
Florida. Friday. April 9, 1965
- :,{ the Jewish Home for the Aqed in- nancial secretary; Stanley M. Beckerman,
Dr. living Lehrman last week are treasurer; and vice presdents, Baron de Hirsch
right Campaian Chairman Dr. Irvinq Meyer and Louis Bresler. Not shown are Mil.
iry; ludae Harold B. Snaet, honor- Isidor Cohen, founder; and vice presidents,
Mi". Sol Silvermcn, correspond- Col. Icc^b M. Arvcy, David B. Fleemon end
Or. l.ehrmon: Som Resnick b> lack S. Popick.
Judge Irving Cypen was installed
__________ tor a sixth term as president of the
--------------- Jewish Ilnme for the Aged at cer-
Section D cmonies last week at the
--------------- Home. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spirit-
uol leader of Temple Fmanu-El.
served as installing officer.
Other oficers install"d wer*
Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary
president; Col. Jacob M. Arvey.
Louis Bresler, David M. Fleeman,
Paion de Hirsch Meyer and Jack
S. Popick. vice presidents; Stan-
ley Beckerman treasurer; Sam
Resnick. financial secretary.
Mrs. Snl Silverman. correspond-
ing secretary; and Mrs. Lawrence
silverman. recording secretary.
Special highlight of the event
was a tribute paid to the Holly-
wood Jewish community through
the Jewish Welfare Federation
ant' the Home's Hsllywood Wo-
men's Auxiliary "for a decade of
cooperative agreement with the
H:-ns which made poss;b!e the
admission cf Hollywood aged
resident* to Douglas Gardens."
LOUIS SNCTMAN
Passover Seder
At Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Sholom. ol Miami
Judge Cypen praised the Holly. Beach< wl!| conduc, its annua|
wood ci mmunity "for its exception-
al record of service and financial
Passover Seder on Friday, Apr. 16.
Cohen Synagogue
Elects Officers
support to the Home, exceeding at 6:45 P.m., according to an an
Sl70,000 in operating and capital nouncement by Temple President
fund contributions." Louis p, Snetman
In a surprise presentation. Stan -In accordance with Beth Sho-
leyM, Beckerman, Hollywood Fed- |(M|.s u Q, ,.x,,,,,,, a .home
.ration honorarv president and of-
away from home to visitors m our
i ifOl- ill tint Hm<> ..nil llvrnn I awav IlUIil lionie IO \ isiioi 5 in our
Jacob C Cohen was elected pres l" "' tlu Ht-mt- ind M\ion J.
idem oi the new Jacob c. Cohen Brod,e' executive director of the community, the Seder will b<
Hollywood Federation, accepting on to non-members, as well .is to mem-
behalf oi Ben Sailer, president ol bers- snetman declared,
tl c Hollywood Federation, were the
,il a meet
1 ommunity s> nagogui
iiil; on Mar. 21.
Other officers elected in the
six-month-old congregation, with
a membership ol some 200, are
Simon Hanan. honorary vice
president; Samuel Cohen, first vice
president; George Simon, Jack
iurkisli. Julius Schwartz, vice
presidents; William Kasinetz, "'' and President
treasurer; Leon Gottlieb, associate Hollywood Auxiliary
recipients of hand-painted parch-
ment scrolls "in recognition of
their ten years of outstanding Ber
. ice to the Home."
Also presented with a scroll was
Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, found-
of
its 111
The Seder will be conducted, by
thi Temple's spiritual leader. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish, and he will In as
sisted bj Cantor David Conviser
n;d members oi the Beth Sholom
treasurer; Herman sdmeider. re- Ception in 1356.
has been raised for the 1965 Combined Jewish
campaiqn through Dial-a-Thon phone sessions in
v.e board and staff members of CIA affiliated aqencies
'-led. At a recent evening, both the Jewish Home for
id board and leaders of the Sou'.h Florida Council of
nc: : rith manned the phones. Left to riaht (seated) are Jack
e Z Sidney Syna, Robert J. Friedman, past president,
cording secretary; B. 1). Wilson and
Sol Krevat. financial secretary;
Samuel Lenowitz, honorary gabbai.
The lollowing wen- elected I;> the
Board of Directors:
Abe Aranolf. tvar Blacker, Allan
Cohen. Bernard Kessier. Morris
Krevat, Dave Krevat, Sam Leno-
witz, Woli Lichter, Sol Rashin, Da-
vid Rosnrr. Kabbi A. J. Safra,
Hirsch Schpoont, Sam Schwartz. Is.
rael Schenkman, Hyman Chabner,
Rev, Jacob I). KatZ, Nathan Som-
mer. Bertram Kulin. Joseph Kra
Chairman of the affair was M.
.1. Kopelcwitz, who traced the de-
Adult Choir, chairman is pasl pres-
the Homes ;,,, Ralph Spcro
The Beth sholom Religious School
v. ill conduct a model Seder for chil-
dren in kindergarten through third
grade on Sunday morning I in
yelopmenl of the Jewish Home for T|u.Mlav A nl l0/8tudents al the
he Aged since its inception in Junor ^ Ut.pa,,,m,riI ulli ,,,
194.5.
duct their Seder. Elementary school
grades, four through six, will hold
their own Seder on Sunda> morn
ing, Apr 11.
Miss Nettie Goldstein, director
ol the Beth Sholom Religious School
said thai students will officiate.
The children's choirs, under the dl
Of Leanon Hospital will rection ol Cantor Conviser. will
Post-Graduate Surgical cad the singing and the traditional
Cedars Plans
Surgical Seminar
This Weekend
,.. ,., ... ...... ........... .,.. Cedars ,,( Leanon Hospital will rectlon ol Cantor conviser. win
Z K K^i2*wS' sponwr a Post-Graduate Surgical lead the singing and the traditional
ek ^ u ,, es e r ,i Seminar on Apr. 9 and i... with vis- Pesacn foods will be served through
stock, Jerrj Wittles, Israe Bettm- .. speciaUs^ lrom Washington, the PTA of the Temple.
ger. Hvnian h. einberg. Leo Som ,~ .... v ?M'<
me, Joseph Sherman. Philip Sam. DC" and LouiSVlUe. Ky presiding
:..i. ,,.... i :...k.... ,u.....its-...... as faculty. w ___________
ick. Morris LipschitZ, Allied Lieher
c: w-Jberl Balkin Lodge. Standing (left to right) are Harry and Heinrich Hirshman.
lerr. ice president. Southern Florida Council; Mrs. Harry Spiritual leaders of the congre
I... j ... _, ,. ,. nation are Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
le- .ad Maurice J. Finegold. executive secretary. Southern and Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider,
flor.; Council. senior rabbi.
Young Israel
outh Urge Forming Consultative Body
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new permanent world
'ih organization as a con-
sultative committee for
n among world Jewish
S was proposed here at
i a four-day World Jew
Planning Conference.
was attended by lead
' ish youth movements
I ihe world, representing
i mbcrs in 2 19 Jew ish
lizationa in 42 countries.
al for the formation
body was made by Dr.
national director of the
ith Youth Organization.
integrity of the individual youth
movements in countries around
the world.
The conference was attended by
even youth leaders from European
omitlies, six from South America,
even from Israel, eight from the
"nitefl States, as well as four rep-
resenting the World Youth Move-
ment which has groups in 22 conn
rica.
Eliahu Dobkin. a member Of the
lewish Agency executive in Jem
ooo members of these groups in
President Harry L. Lewis an-
nounced that Col. Robert M. Har ^
ilaway III. director of the Division COlleQiaTeS Meet
of Clinical Surgery at Walter Reed ,, ...
Army Institute of Research, and; Yn '^ H /' *o ,
Dr. James C. Drye. of the Univer- elect officers Saturday Api 10. 8.Us
sitv of Louisville School of Medi- P.m., at the Cromwell Hotel,
cine, will speak. An evening of entertainment has
Seminar director is Dr. Rufus been planned in addition to offi-
K. Broadawav, Cedars chairman of, cial business according to Presi-
de Department of Surgery. dent Jeflrey Miller, and young ad
Sessions will begin Friday. Apr. -Its between 18 and 25 are invited
42 countries, whereas at the time 9. at 9 a.m.. with an address of, to attend,
ol the conference there were 616.- j welcome by S. K. Bronstein. hos-
000 members in 39 countries. I pital administrator.
tained from Arthur Spolter.
IK-iln
, The new
diem, welcomed the delegate- He
aiil their prime responsibility is
o "take counsel mu\ seek the ways
through which we can reach the
nehMf of the North ^organized Jewish youth of the
ation. "While there vorld. how we can light the greater
'! approaches to Jewish ianger threatening them as Jews
'' kinds of Jews." n,,. threat of indifference and of
ish people every leaving the i Id for strange pas
awn together psycho- tures." He noted that this confer
common memories .,.,. marks "the tirsl time rep
1 'nunon as'iivatioiv- esentatives from various Jewish
foster the continuitv i ,uth movements and organizations
1 "i time and space." ,,.,, B]| over the world are gath
ered together in the United States
Students at the Hebrew Academy of Greater honorable mentions; Joseph Ackner, head oi
Miami rolled up one superior, one excellent the Hebrew Academy Science Department;
the recent Robert Reinhard. seventh grode, chemistry.
ornn>tion, D'. Bar
,ni''"01 w0"'d fill "a real need"
K S.U u* VU,h ,hrou9h<"
L, PrODO*d *ht the
Mnsui.'4. be "a "on-oolitir.i. lerusaleni. organized Jewish youth hioh blood pressure, and Chaim Su- grade, superior, oxygen-carrying ability of
^weiil: ^LC,ti0"' >>odv." rsanizations have grown from.201 ^ d chemical reaction, both blood.
*n*eing the autonomy and to 210, and thai there are now 700,- KeniK. ninui y.
He reported that in the year and and lw0 honorable mentions in the recent HODsrt Kemnaia, sevenm groae, .cnem,rrv.
a half since the Second World Dade Counly Science Fair. Showing their pro- excellent; Hebrew Academy Principal Rabbi
lewish youth Conference met in ,, f, ,Q riaht) are Sheldon Weiss, nin'h Alexander S. Gross.; and Eh Horovitz, eighth
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The
Marchers
By MAX LERNER
People by Hie thousands and the lens of thousands, swarming over
public squares and marching through the streets in city after city
the nation: This is something new in American life, at least
ilc which it has reached in the wake of events at Selma.
(|)'|1S,, events did not create this new phenomenon: They touched
|p powder that was already there in people's minds. It is as if
neoDle have been waiting tor some symbolic event to set them in
ton The clubs of the state troopers at Selma did it; that and the
kick and nuns marching alongside the Negro community of Selma
were petitioning for their right to vote; that and the death of a
Southern Jews
Praised for Role
In Rights March
NEW YORK (JTA) Liberal
and progressive .lews in the South
are not afraid to participate in
the civil rights movement, it was
reported at a press conference here
by Irving Gordon, representative
of the Jewish Labor Committee and
of the Workmen's Circle, follow-
ing his return from the Selma-
Montgomery march backing the
rights of Negroes in Alabama to
vote.
"I was particularly proud of
many Southern Jews whose very-
presence among the marchers be-
lied the remarks of some to the
effect that Southern Jewry would
fear to rise and be counted in this
fng Boston minister at the hands of a handful of Yahoos, brutalized historic adventure. The liberal and
naie 'Progressive Southern Jeuuhas con-
From Harlem and Boston to New Mexico and Cahlornia, from stantly been in the foreground of
iconsin to Tennessee, the demonstrators have borne witness to their | every effort on behalf of civil and
Motions The outpouring of revulsion and determination has been j human rights within his commun-
sense a catharsis, helping to relieve many of their anger and I iu,
I >ty.'
The National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, coordin-
ating body of major national
Jewish organizations and of local
Jewish Community Councils,
wa* represented at Hi* march
by Isaiah Minkoff, executive vice
! chairman.
At a ceremony in the offices of
' the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People,
] the Workmen's Circle received a
the pressure ap-inle membership plaque from the
. recalcitrants,
do. Then he likes to come through with the elective formula which ^.^ ^^ ^ ^
ks the episode !,. mtlint ahle the ceremonies were Jacob T. Zu-
Tha, worked for a while in Selma when1 LeRo> Col ins was able ^
.ch an agreement that saved face for both sides But the murder of Ben'jamin A. Gcbincr, '
Rev. John J. Reeb washed out the effect of the agreement, a ...... \ .
C"'b it it has also become an objective fact these demonstrations
act that political leaders of every persuasion will have to reckon
pot only on Selma and voting rights but for some time to come
Lr tne selma events have passed into history.
President Johnson has road the signs on what the demonstrations
an Bv deciding to address both houses of Congress in joint session,
through them the whole nation, he has shown himself aware of the
lor channeling this new protest mood into a national will for ae-
on voter registration.
This is not the kind of situation at which President Johnson feels
t at home His political style is best when he faces a crisis of
ision or action and needs to persuade particular people. He work
through the quiet conference behind the scenes, the p.-
on a few recalcitrants, the understanding reached, the deal NAAi.r', Kcpiesermn,, me oi.oou
..... ...u:-u members of the Workmen s Circle
Fanny Behar, president of the Hebrew Academy Student
Council, crowns the King and Queen of the Purim Carnival
Queen Ellen Zisquit and King David Abramowitz are both
sixth grade students at the Academy. Proceeds of the recent
annual Purim Carnival go td the United Jewish Appeal.
rywide revulsion to the Selma violences, which had swelled
strength even before Reeb's death, was now multiplied tenlold.
Isirlcnt Johnson shared this revulsion. But the whole field of bat
I had changed tor him. He tried to tell the ministers who came to
khinston to confer with him that he would not be "blackjacked' by
Bonstrations sitdowns, pressures. Yet they have grown too massive
ored. even by a powerful President. Hence lus decision to
Iress the nation.
In an informative article in the New York Times. Fred Powledge
uh.ii he has learned from a Burvej of "he "Student Lett a.
niversities. There will be a good deal ot argument about
me "f them ln.se moved, and how healthy or ominous
it there can be little argument about the effectiveness oi
| young student leaders in organising and sustaining ine
itn ,,,,,1, the President and the nation are having
and their leader- must understand that something
Ltionai .- happening in America today. I use the term not in
.. of ctass power achieved bj violence, which is
lining, but in the sense ot accelerated change tnai
popular Feeling behind it. and is n .ving w rapidlj
ichieve b breakthrough. Fof the first time the civil rights rev-
the Negroes and their leaders to the
and every persuasion. The
tive secretary; and Nat Peskin. di-
rector of membership activities.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president Committee.
of the Rabbinical Council of Amer- At the same conference. Hymai
ica. announced that 200 Orthodox Dechter. national counsel for
rabbis, members of the Council. CORE, one of the principal organ.,
have joined a "special task force ,zations in the Negro rights actions
for civil rights." He made that toid the assembled rabbis that 70
announcement at a special confer- iJ)ercent ^ ,ne whitos involved in
ence at Yeshiva University, held
Councils Social Actions the civil rights movement were
by the
Jews.
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MAZEL TOV!
ITS QUINTS!
mums!
I'1
ion lias moved beyond
people Ol every ethnic
;roup
-hum murders started this "breakthrough. Selma has pushed it
age further. ,. _
In this kind of movement there are no understandings or deals
It close a problem. Every solution leads to a new problem.
Ihiag is dosed at least for a long time. Americans may HKe
[dislike this and most will probably dislike it, because it is natural
want things solved. It will take all of President Johnson sun-
tbterl skill and strength to keep this loose amorphous force cnan-
ed into constructive action. And he will in turn need the help oi
m in this task. .. r
The others include the Negro leadership as well, despite uov.
pace's foolish innuendos about Dr. King's extremist Pomicai
Iws. the fact is that in the struggle inside the Negro mass move-
Int Dr. King's leadership is the creative one. Not the least ot wnat is
(stake at Selma is that leadership. _____________________.
ne Show Nightly For Alan Gale
t has a reason for doing
.i night at his Ce
? in the 1940's, Gale
P n the New York-
p area, where he was re
P d pul on lour and five
1 I He recalls having
dy ..t i a.m., and later
when he v.as so tired, he could
hardly keep moving.
Gale vowed there would Cfl
day even if he had to buy his 0 II
dub when he wonld d only one
show a night. And that's thi
I has been for him since he has
had the Celebrity Club, a spol he
first opened in 1949. -sT. _____
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Contemporary Music Of
Israel Receives Acclaim
NEW YORK JTA A dis
tinguished audience that included
some of America ? torerr.ost mu-i
cologists and cr.tics crowded Phil
harmonic Hall here last week and
applauded a unique concert of con
temporary Israeli music that cov-
ered a broad spectrum of musical
media from cappeUa choral rrum
bers to solo and ins:romental work>
and electronic music.
The concert, presented by Com-
posers Showcase, an American or-
ganization specializing in the pre
sentation of international muse
series, wa- held under the patron-
age of the Government of Israel.
vn:ri"}he~ suppflf ol 'he^AmenTari
Israel Cultural Founoation and the
sponsorship of the Worn.:
for Israel.
Among the musical participants
were two Israeli con
camf
here <
the solos in
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tnor Jan Pew
r.;e Tcure
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PTA Meeting held ^ 2
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Friday, April 9. 1965
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Study of Catholic Textbooks
R9.ME (JTA) Pioneer pilot
studies on how Catholic religions
teaching presents Judaism. Prot-
estantism and other non-Catholic
religions are already well under
way in Italy and soon will be ini-
tiated in other European lands as
well, a mission of 50 American
Jewish Committee leaders from 20
cities in the United States was in-
formed here. The members of the
mission were received by Pope
Paul VI.
Carrying out the pilot studies is
the Leonard If. Sperry Center for
Intcrgroup Cooperation, established
in Rome last year with the per-1 Center researchers later will do
sonal approval of Pope Paul VI. field work to learn how the texts
The joint Catholic-Jewish Sper-
ry Center, at the International
University for Social Studies,
"Pro-Deo" in Rome, was set up
to analyze and combat prejudice
in religious teaching.
Experts are examining some 200
texts widely used in Italian state
schools at every level, in private
Catholic institutions, and branches
of Catholic Action in their semin-
ars, the American Jewish Commit-
tee mission was told.
are actually used and to see how
teachers interpret them to stu-
dents, Center officials said.
Researchers are examining the
Italian texts not only to see whe-
ther they incorporate negative re-
ligious and ethnic stereotypes
about non-Catholic religions like
the charge that Jews are "ac-
cursed" of a "deicide" people
but also to what extent they strive
jto inculcate positive inter-faith and
I inter-group attitudes.
Soviets Call Judaism Enemy Of the People
Nathan B. Rood, 845 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables, currently
panxipatir.q in an American Jewish Committee leadership
mission to Israel, Italy and France, consults in Rome with an
offic.al of the Leonard M. Sparry Center fcr Interqroup Rela-
tions en the Center's pioneer proqram in Christian-Jewish rela-
tions. Missxr. members, includinq Rood, were amonq 'hose
rece.ved in audience by Pope Paul VI on Mar. 25. The Sperry
Cer.ier was established last year at Pro Deo University in
Rorr.eto analyze and combat the roots of prejudice in reliqious
teachings in various countries, and is named for a late Amer-
iccr. Jewish Committee officer long active in interreligious
atfcirs. Co.. Rood is shown with Msgr. Carlo Ferrero, vice
pres.cten' c: Pro Deo University.
lew Jersey Jews Organize Patrols
ASBURY PARK. N.J. (JTA) -
sroup of Jewish men have organ-
ti'd a system of nightlong patrols
nearby Wanamassa similar
the Maccabee group set up by
HasMdie Jews i:i Brooklyn in an
ort to apprehend vandals who
kvc bf'en smashing windows and
letacintf the entrance of the HIHel
Behrew Day School in that town.
Since the school moved iotO the
building six years ago. more than
100 windows have been smashed.
Rabbi Morris A. Scbmidntan.
school dean and spiritual leader of
Congregation Sons of Israel here,
organized a patrol to supplement
police surveillance of the area. He
said the police have "gone all out"
I to catch the vandals, "but they
can't just sit there all night."
NEW YORK (JTA) A 1,350-
word article that reviles Judaism
as an enemy of the Soviet people,
prominently published last month
in the leading newspaper of Minsk,
capital of the Bielorussian Repub-
lic, was reported by the American
Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry.
The article, which charges Ju-
daism with being the enemy of
human culture." and "the hotbed
, of a code of morality hostile to (the
Soviet Union)'", appeared in the
Feb. 2 editions of "Zviazda." larg-
est Bielorussian-language daily. Its
author is listed as J. Muraviev, a
senior lecturer at the V. I. Lenin
Bielorussian State University.
The tone of the article is sim-
ilar to other anti-Jewish materi-
al published in the Soviet Union
and bearing official Soviet im-
primaturs, which Jewish organi-
zations here have exposed.
The Muraviev article, entitled
"The Shadow of the Synagogue."
conjures up crude and medieval
distortions of Jewish ritual and
practices and condemns Judaism
as not only an outmoded religion
but one that "defends what is dead
and rotten," and "denies man's
right to struggle for a better
world." It calls the United States
"the center of contemporary Ju-
daism" and declares that American
.Jewish organizations are headed by
"such leaders of big business as
Guggenheim and Morgenthau.
llarrimaii and Rockefeller."
The contents, together with pho-
to copies of the original article,
were made public by Label A. Katz.
president of B'nai B'rith and chair,
man of the Steering Committee of
the American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry, a coordinating
body of 24 national Jewish organi-
zations. Mr. Katz described the
"Zviazda" article as "hysterical
anti-Semitism." declaring that "its
abusive character is obviously in-
tended to promote the policy of sup-
pression of Soviet Jewish life by in-
timidating the Jews of Minsk." The
city's population of 500,000 includes
some 30,000 to 40.000 Jews.
Munich Shunned
As 'Sister City'
MILWAUKEE (JTA' The
Milwaukee municipality failed to
approve a suggestion that this city
adopt the West German city of
Munich as a "sister city" after
strong opposition to the move was
voiced at a hearing here by Jewish
communal leaders and other citi-
zens.
Critics of the plan described Mu.
nich as "a place of infamy" and
pointed out that it was the birth-
place of the Nazi party and near
the site of the notorious Dachau
Concentration Camp.
don't rush away...
REMEMBER .
'he memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the Chomett-Grandpa
Poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and thcChorachesputting on ne
ne suit ot clothes and shoes-pockets lull of hazel nuts-and almonds-an*iousiy
wihng lor the Seder to start-Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always late-the w
family togetherGrandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on he cnaoesios
i"ni-Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke my Queen- he
railed her-tt!, K.ddush and then my turn for -Mi Nishtanah" and the Ml
*Hh Grandpa's voice ringing out over allthe first half of the Hagadah almost over.
*n"b'tter herbs tasted so good-Passover it was always "strong -all were com-
felled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt "ater-ana
lhen the meal-nobody, but nobody, could cook belter than Grandmawe ate-ana
ate and then the "Bnchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more1 cup or
*">e-and the opening of the door-and the stories of how in the old country someone
'[SHened the whole family by appearing at that door-but best of all the rongs wim
*hich the second half of the Hagadah abound-and the feeling of drowsiness-content-
"lentand tne thought that tomorrow the same thing once more........ j
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Friday, April 9,

Soviet Writer's
Survival Mystery
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
DESTINED to be a Jew Hya
I- irenburg's capacity for survival
the Soviet LTs!on is a mystery
I .ii has long intrigued the politic
Kporta and the connoiseurs in
I iman behavior. Obviously this So-
viet apologist h.is a builtin mechan
i-in that guides him to self-serving
I ehavior in moments of crisis and
t- conscience redeeming when the
moment happens to be most pro-
j ttous. It is not a matter of earth.
Bhaking importance whether Ehr-
enburg is a Jew or how long he
i U :ids to remain one. From his
latest installment of his memoirs
we learn obliquely however that
r will be a long time before he
Ct ases to be a Jew.
At one time he proclaimed he
v (uld remain a Jew as long as an-
ti Semitism existed, believing ob-
viously that relief is just a swal-
|i w away. Now he sings a new tune
lie low believes it will take a long
time before anti-Semitism vanish
< .md he counts on remaining a
1 ng time in the Jewish pardes. We
I uld like to accept this disclosure
.-. good news" item, but we are
I to wonder whether in es-
- nee he only meant to tell us that
,- -. ( anti ~i mitism will nol per
his lifeti
STRUGGLE for survival The
Swedish Jewish community ol 12,
I 0 is the : Hated in the
. .Id, with .in intermarriage rate
i more thai fort r< ent, a most
i ni nous da gei jnal. The high
.. rrii ^
i to informed in es is due to
len i> an open
hich no distinctions are
i ade between Je and non-Jews.
( ne ol the most disconcerting de-
\ tlopments, according to Dr. I-
i el Goldstein, one-time American
; onisl leader now living in Israel,
i- the fact that man) Jews in Swe-
den were becoming assimilated out
of conviction and that the syna-
gogue was rapidly losing tta place
in the lives of many Jews, even on
High Holy Day occasions .
Another country in which the
Jewish community is struggling for
survival is Holland, a country rich
in Jewish history According to
one report the Jewish community
in that country *is sr*ktng what
may properly be called a blood
transfusion. A prominent Jewish
community leader in Amsterdam
was said to have suggested the
influx to Holland of Jewish immi-
grants from the Latin American
countries who do not wish to set-
tle either in the United States or
Israel New elements, it is felt,
particularly of the Eastern Euro-
pean strain, would reinvigorate the
Dutch Jewish community.
AMEN ... Dr. Oscar Janowsky.
ai. old City College classmate
v.hose path crossed mine on the
Lower East Side of New York, has
spoken much sense over the >
about the American Jewish com-
munity, particularly in the area
ol Jewish education. His observa-
tion in Cincinnati, at last week's
d annual meeting ol the Amen
can Jewish Historical Society, that
the duty re\ohe.l upon American
.Jewry to join others in the Strug-
for freedom and equality for
,,ll Americans il must guard
iii -t permitting its institutions
to become non-sectarian, should lie
hailed bj all in our community who
have been worrying that Jewish
values such were being sub-
verted at times in the extending
however much they may be ol the
essence of our ethic
Dr. Janowsk) in this colum-
Goqo Blackjack wins a recent fifth race at
Pompano Park in 2:06.2. Left to riqht are
Trainer W. Haughton; Mrs. Seymour Lesser,
wife of the owner of Gogo Blackjack, of Flush-
ing, L.I.; Mrs. Florence Kupperman. sister of
Mr. Lesser; and Mrs. Gerald Lawlis. Dim,,
the evening, the Seymour Lesseis, owner oi
Gogo Farms, dined with Mrs. KupDermac, Mi,
and Mrs. Woody Lawlis. vice president ol the
track, and Mrs. Gerald Lawlis.
nist's opinion, was on wholly firm
ground when he said that the is-
sue in Jewish communal institu-
tions is non-discrimination not non-
sectarianism. It is obvious that if
there is an) justification for Jew-
ish agencies, it is their Jewish
character, their lewi-h identifica-
tion.
ISRAEL laughs ... A Commun-
depul) was sitting in the Knes
set buttet when the waiter ap-
proached her lor the order. Before
In- could hand her the menu, the
lady (ailed out she wanted matzoh
instead Ol bread with her meal \-
the waiter left his customer to re-
lay the order another customer
called out "we have no more mat
zoh left in Israel because the) are
all on their way t.i the Jew- in the
m \ iet Union."
NO laughing matter ... A play
thai was a spectacular business
success in the United States
How to Succeed in Business With
out Really Trying has proved a
spectacular busines and artistic
failure in Israel. Which only goes
to prove that taste is not a com-
modity that can be sold however
higbgeared I he promotion. One
failure ol an American s u c cess
hasn't however encouraged anoth-
er eftort. puttir,_ it ol the spec
tacularly successful American plij,
'Fiddler on the Root
There is no way of knowmg gj I
course how Israeli theatre gg
will take to the play, hut the nan
?holem Aleichem -li >uld be qmkl
a strong drawing card, eventhoo^
the play it- Broadway is quite a dilution <|
the original.
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[e^fshkal'sVkit to Great Britain
tame at a Very Opportune Moment
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By S. J- GOLDSMITH
London (JTA) Though I
K could hardly have been ore-
*t bv either side at the time
time Minister Levi Eshkol s vis- ,
I o London had been planned
Iveral months ago, the Israeli j
Ider' visit here has come at a
Irv opportune moment. British
tddle East policy is now under-;
[1 revision. The British atti-
V toward the Arab states is
Janeing before our very eyes.
The continued unrest in Aden
|lh the loss of British lives there J
I recent days has made the -
litish Government pose the ques-1
L whether the policy of appease- ,
Lt toward Nasser and the lat- j
, commitment in Yemen has
lid any dividends at all.
Bahrein, undtr Nas*or'* tute-
L9t, uses British oil revenues to
aipport the revolt in Aden, at the
me time that oil it available
kewhere. Some members of the
evernment, and some Labor
hembers of Parliament, have
,een asking for sometime whe-
her the whole business was real-
, worthwhile, since the oil rev-
nues must be assessed in con-
_>ction with the cost of main-
lining troops in Aden. In other
ords, the shareholders get the
Lvenue but the taxpayer pays
Lr the security, a situation the
Iritish dislike under any Govern-
kent.
Again, the idea that Nasser can
[ ias now been discredited.
the "tamers" are now on the
ln.it Those who argued that the
lernmenl must o softly in her
latiiin- with Israel, so as not to
jiny Nasser, are now embar-
Led Hence the dispatch of the
Duke of Edinburgh to Saudi Arabia.
Nasser's strongest and most force-
ful enemp among the Arab units.
However, the idea of reducing the
arms race in the Middle East still
appeals to the British Government
Eshkol's insistence that Israel's se.
curity cannot be sacrificed before it
is quite sure that the other side
has actually accepted this propo-
sition will be a point of argu-
ment when he meets Prime Minis-
ter Harold Wilson. Still it is hinted
that some arms will be made avail-
able, but nothing sensational
just a little more than in previous
years.
Foreign Secretary Michael
Stewart is back home, fresh from
a visit to Washington, where he
discussed not only Viet Nam but
also the Middle East. That is why
he took along to the American
capital with him the Foreign Of-
fice Middle East expert, Robert
Crawford. Stewart was keen on
discussing the dangers arising
from the Jordan River waters
dispute, and to find some ar-
rangement to put forward as an
Anglo-American move. But it re-
mains to be seen whether Wash-
ington wants to let Britain in
again on matters from which
Britain had been eliminated.
British official circles agree
readily that something must be
done to improve the balance :>f
trade between Israel and Britain.
3 topic expected to come up in the
Eshkol-Wilson talks. Last year
Britain exported t<> Israel 51,000.
000 sterling (Sl42.ooo.oooi worth
of products and imported only 21.-
ilOO.000 S58.80O.0(MD worth Ol Is
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Fridy. Aprils,
The Immunity of Nazi Pests
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) Why
arc Nazi agitators semmingly im-
mune from the same penalties im-
posed on pro-eivil rights demon-
strators in the District of Colum-
bia?
This question emerged when it
was learned that Nazi 'sit-in"
demonstrators are released on the
mere forfeiture of $10 collateral.
Bui .nivocates of civil rights, Negro
and white, are subjected to pay-
ment of a S300 bond. They are
charged with unlawful entry which
i,,!Tie- .1 penalty of S300 fine and
six months in jail.
The bond demanded from civil
rights "sit-ins" is higher in the
District of Columbia than in Ala-
bama. But District of Columbia
authorities have meanwhile tac-
itly embarked on a soft policy
toward adherants of the so-called
American Nazi Party, exempting
Nazis from charges imposed by
police against others, although
the Nazis commit worse offenses.
Negroes were warned that if they
sought to demonstrate inside the
United States Capitol building
they might receive five-year jail
terms and $.5,000 fines. But on Jan-
uary 5. a Nazi. Robert Lloyd,
forced his way onto the floor of
the House, disrupting proceedings,
in a racist demonstration. He was
freed and went away laughing after
forfeiting only $20 in collateral.
Rep. Charles S. Joelson, New-
Jersey Democrat, protested to Dis-
trict authorities. He pointed out
that Nazi provocations were being
feated lightly here. District of-
ficials gave assurances that a more
serious enforcement policy would
be ;idpted.
Only a few weeks later, on Mar.
it. a solemn interfaith memorial
service for the Rev. James Reeb
was in progress at Lafayette Park.
across the street from the White
House. Meadfl were bowed in pray-
er for the murdered clergyman
v hen a Nazi interrupted the ser-
vice. The Nazi. Daniel Skelley, dis-
played an anti-Negro sign, mocked
those mourning Rev. Reeb. and
climbed a tree to disrupt the me-
morial. He refused to obey police
orders, handcuffed himself to a
limb of the tree, and had to be
forcibly removed by police.
Attorneys in the crowd regard-
ed this as an incitement to riot,
disturbance of the peace, obvious
resistance to the police and so
forth. But he was quietly released
after forfeiting only $10 collater-
al and will not be required f/
stand trial.
John Patler, attired in the uni-
form of the Nazi stormtroops, was
arrested the same day in front
o: the White House on a charge of
disorderly conduct. He was subse-
quently acquitted as a "misguided
young man." The same John Pat-
ler a number of years ago was
found guilty of defacing the B'nai
B'rith building in Washington. On
June 8. 1964, he was arrested and
forfeited collateral on a disorderly
conduct charge for forcing his way
to the stage of the National Thea-
ter and interrupting a civil rights
meeting.
Nazi Lawrence Smith staged a
"sit-in" by handcuffing himself to
the gate of the British Emb.ssy.
He was released af;er forfeiture of
S10. But Julius Hobson. a civil
rights leader, was forced to post
S300 bond when he took part in a
demonstration at Benjamin Frank,
lin University here. Mr. Hobson
was protesting the school's refusal
to admit Negro students.
Olhcr civil rights advocates have
been charged with "trespassing"
for demonstrating at places where
they were not welcome. They were
forced to post S300. The same did
not apply to Nazi trooper Lloyd
who invaded a National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People youth anquet at the Stat-
ler Hotel Police felt that $10 col-
lateral would be adequate in this
case. They never managed to ap-
prehend another Nazi who released
mice among the Negro diners at
the same banquet.
Eight Nazis disrupted a meet-
ing on the campus of American
University, starting fights, and
throwing the gathering into cha-
os. Only $10 collateral was asked.
They all forfeited rather than
stand trial.
Negro pickets bearing signs ask-
ing a food supermarket for fair
employment policies were told by
police to remove their signs as
"too inflammatory." But a Nazi
counter-picket was permitted to dis-
play himself in the costume of an
ape with a sign reading. "Who
needs niggers?"
District authorities have ignored
requests by the Jewish War Vet-
erans, anti Defamation League,
and many Congressmen for vigor-
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Nazis are known to have boasted ,
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hey can get $10,000,000 worth of
mblicity for S10 collateral.
Rep. Joelson has made a new pro-
est. this time directly to Walter
\. Tobriner. president of the Board
il commissioners of the District of
Columbia. The Congressman said,
It is my opinion that if members
if the American Nazi Party are en-
ouraged in believing that they can
purchase a license to disturb the
neace by the simple expedient of
forfeiting bail, they will be em-
boldened in perpetrating their dis-
graceful actions."
Almost all of the Naiis arrested
reside at the Nazi "barracks"
in nearby Arlington, Va. Being
non-residents of the District of
Columbia, police are not required
to offer them the present "bar-
gain" collateral benefits.
Two excuses have been advanced
by District authorities. One is that
if the Nazis were brought to trial
they would obtain publicity from
the judicial proceedings. This has
not prevented the vigorous prosecu-
tion of civil rights activists
The other excuse is that the Dis-
trict jail is racially integrated and
that it would cause problems if
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*An isHhriciiatn
Page 2-9
Uviet Calls Israeli Charges Big 'Lie *
By SAUL CARSON
llTED NATIONS (JTA)
a suave diplomat uses the
lies in rejecting charges
ins) liis sjovernment at
[(,'iiil session <>t a United Na-
boA. ,1,, offense is serious.
L session oi the UN Human
(. | mission, in Geneva, last
I the c'i"i representative for
.;,,, L'nion threw the word
aaainsi ." associate justice
| Supreme Court.
Russian, Yevgeny Nassinoy-
rj angry with Israel's
irl Justice Ilaim Co-
u had dared accuse the Sov.
Lnj0n ol i racticing anti-Semi-
. in id, field of religion. Mr
Inovskj is ii 'i reprimanded
,, USe ol thai ugly word. But
resort to epithet went
L r| the tacts adduced by
C |ood boldly without cle-
e argument took place in
context of the Commission'*
are of a draft convention call-
for the elimination of all
form* of religious intolerance.
Russia, insisting that a) no such
convention is needed and b) if
one is adopted, it should orotect
atheists as well as "believers,"
has been fighting, stalling and ob-
structing that draft convention
for years.
What Russia fears is that, once
such a convention is adopted and
ill signs point t" its ultimate pass-
age the USSR will face a genii
ine dilemma, if it ratifies the con
venii n. the Soviet .lews, whose re-
lo is rights arc almost totally de-
nied in practice, will have an in-
ternational treaty hacking their
e'ainis to equal rights. If the USSR
fails to ratify what happens to
it> repealed claims that '"all" re-
ligions are freely permitted to
practice their rites in the USSR
without hindrance or discrimina-
tion?
It is because of that dilemma
that Mr. Nassinovsky showed bo
much anger at the Israeli Supreme
Court Justice. Since the facts
spelled out by Mr. Cohen were, in-
deed, the truth the easiest course
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indicated name-calling as the sole
defense.
There is no need to repeat here
the tacts about the denial of re-
ligious rights to the Jews in the
USSR. Those facts are far too well
known to readers of this depart-
ment to warrant reprise. The terms
Of the proposed UN convention on
religious freedoms are also well
known by this time. What may be
reiterated here, h wever, is the
(act that Mr. Nassinovsky's lack of
ordinary, gentlemanly behavior is
merely another sign oi the Soviet
l nion's sensitivity on the entire
subject ol Hi" Jewish Question as
ii relate- to the USSR.
More and More reasons are mo-
tivating that sensitivity, and an
increasing number of official
Soviet reactions point to the fact
that Moscow has become very
tcuchy on that issue. When No-
vosti, the Kremlin's propaganda
agency which disseminates
"news" to foreign correspondents
on'y (news never printed in the
Soviet press domestically), tell-
ing the world how happy the Rus-
sian Jews are that "news" is
designed to answer foreign crit-
icisms of Russian government-
condoned or government-initiated
anti-Semitism.
When the official Soviet propa-
ganda monthly in this country
prints very beautiful photographs
showing Jews practicing their re-
ligion the reason, again, is ob-
vious. (Incidentally, these photos
are never published in Russia.)
Furthermore, t h e Communist
Tarty of the USSR had been hear-
ing from the outlying regions. Com-
munist parties and left-wing and
progressive friends of the USSR
throughout the Western world have
protested against anti-Semitism.
Gus Hall, leader of the Communist
Party of the USA, hurt his col-
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Embellishment." he said "there
is no doubt in my mind about the
anti-Semitic character of what I
leave seen" in that book.
When the attacks from "friendly"
sources are added to draft resolu-
tions against Soviet anti-Semitism
in the United States Congress, pick-
eting and other demonstrations by
Americans around the country, in
eluding Washington, plus open in-
terventions in various United Na-
tions bodies the reasons for of-
ficial Kremlin uneasiness be-
come only t:>n obvious.
The Russians, who love prov-
erbs, knew the old en* that
stated that "for the truth one
hits." The truth of Soviet anti-
Semitism has now been fully
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the Kremlin is to shout "lies."
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Jewish Oucsiion. The demonstrat-
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Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America,
at the Cromwell Hotel. Present at the meetinq
were (seated left to right) Mesdames Isaac
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president; Harry Lerner, corresponding secre-
tary; Abraham Levitan, vice president; and
Solomon Schiff, board member. Standing Cleft
to right) are Mesdames A. S. Weqer, financial
secretary, Max Perman, guest speaker; David
Schafer, quest from the national office; Phineas
Weberman, board member; Abraham Auron,
vice president; Jack March, quest from the na-
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New England. Newly-elected officers (not
shown) are Mesdames David Abraham, treas-
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retary. Appointed board members are Mes-
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Emanuel Blumenfeld, Bernard Bastacky, Sam-
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Rabbis Testify At Housing Probe
r;up ot younq Keystone Point residents en- Shown
righ"
and Mrs.
unique evening at Wes.tview Country Richard Wolfson. Mel Chasen (standing), Mr.
t; Swiss Alpine Night held last week, and Mrs. Arnold M. Straus, and Mrs. Chasen.
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Catholic Organ
Identifies Nazi
MUNICH (JTA' a spokes-
rribn j..r tne Catholic Munich dio-
cese asserted thai a former Nazi
official accused ot ordering the
murder <>i 30.000 Jews was living
as "a respected businessman" in
West Germany
The Bavarian Catholic Kc\ on
magazine, "The Living Cell," iden-
tified the man as Franz Hofer and
said he was living in Mulheim in
the Ruhr district, The magazine
snicl that Holer was named the
Nazi commander for the Innsbruck
area and became known as "Mil-
ler's most faithful follower."
He escaped from American
forces who had detained him at the
former Dachau death camp. Me
was sentenced later by a German
court to ten years at hard labor.
I
fas Swiss Alpine Night at Westview Country Club
week. Authentically-costumed waiters, waitresses
I musicians served a variety of Swiss delicacies. Among
Y enjoying the gala evening were (left to right) Mrs. Har-
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Deputy Health
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Shlomo
Ben Meir. of the National Religious
Party, was named this week Depu-
ty Health Minister to replace Yitz
hak Rafael who resigned. Mr. Ben
Meir is also Deputy Interior Min-
ister.
Previously, the National Relig-
ious Party had adopted a resolu-
tion backing Rafael, who resigned
after a special report made to
Prime Minister Eshkol accused
Rafael of having known about kick-
backs from contractors.
Yehuda Spiegel, the Ministry's
former Deputy Director-General,
was sentenced recently to two
years' imprisonment for having
received such kickbacks, and Mr.
Eshkol had a probe of the issue
conducted by District Judge
Mashe Gaulan.
The National Religious party ex.
pressed "shock and great regret"
over the charges against Mr. Raf-
ael, pledged to support his prom-
ised legal fight for clearance of his
Qame, and stated that the Gaulan
report "cast a shadow upon the
name of a veteran and esteemed
colleague."
Religious Affairs Minister Zor-
ach Warhaftig and Ben Meir criti-
cized the Gaulan report severely.
declaring its findings were "lllogi-
cal and inconsistent."
TOPEKA (JTAi Anti-Jew
i>h housing discrimination is being
practiced in this state according
t(, witnesses who testified in favor
of a fair housing Law at a hearing
conducted by the state's Senate
Committee on Federal and State
Affairs,
Under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Nathan Shechter. of the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
Jewish leaders, including several
rabbis, tcstitied about housing dis.
crimination affecting Jews.
Property owners in Johnson
County, said the witnesses, refuse
to sell to prospective purchasers
who are Jewish, some mortgage
comanies will not hold mortgages
On homes owned, by Jews, and. in,
Panzer to Head
University Body
TEL AVIV (JTA) Martin
Panzer, of New York, author and
assistant of Dr. Joseph Schwartz,
vice president of the Israel Bond
Organization, was named as exec-
utive vice president of the Ameri-
can Friends of Tel Aviv Univer-
l sity.
j Prior to joining the Israel Bond
Organization, he was assistant to
the executive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
some neighborhoods the property
owner and his neighbors must
agree before a house is sold to a
Jew.
Mrs. Shechter who is also a mem-
ber of the Kansas Advisory Com-
mission on Human Rights, pleaded
with the committee to approve a
Fair Housing Bill. She was sup-
ported by realtors from several
Kansas cities The measure is op-
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J liis (AJeekend
AGUDATH ACHIM. 6305 Collins Ave.
Orthodox.
Kiiilay 6:15 p.m. S;tturil:i\ f a.m. Miii-.|
.!u .*i:4r. p.m.
--------
nSUDATH ISRAEL. ?801 Carlylt Avs. I
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
---- ----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- .
TION 985 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox. s
Cantor Israel Kerthner.
CANDLWGHTING TIM
7 Nisan 6:22 pan.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW Itth Avs.
Conservative.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
son.
Frldaj 6:50 .mil 8:18 p.m. Sermon:
"The <;n;it Babhath." Katurday a.m.
Sermon: "The Leper." Bar Mluvah:
Milton Bernard, aon of Mr. anil Mrs.
Hani Sillier. U.ibl'i Klieser A. I.vvi
will conduut weekend pervloea and de-
U\- rli > rmona.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
i -i Sermon: "A l>a> of Qreatneaa" eom-
memoratlm "Shabbat Hagadol." Mln-I
i.i 6 p.m.
---- ----
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthrdox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
---- ----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari.
------a .
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Die H*y. Conservative.
Rabbi Rich.ird Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:lS p.m. Sermon: "Greatness
Today and Tomorrow Young .1"-
i- win conduct i vle< .-. mi -
aThnbbal hosted l Sisterhood. Satur-
. i\ s: i~, a.m.
---- ----
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Avs. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
oaum.
l-'riday .">:30 and S:l."> p.m. Ratlin!*)
5:4" a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Martin, sun of
It. nml Mrs. diaries Adler: Jne<-ph.
eVm of Mr. and Mr*. CbartM Ffrn-
:trln; Nell, yon of Mr. and Mrs. H-.w-
>rd Rotli. Minolta 6 p.m.
6AAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 113rd St.
Conservative. rTa4bi Harold Rlchtsr.
Canter Jack Irriwr
rrlilay 6:16 p.m. Srmon: KIlJnh'F
lilldrvn." Das Mltsvah: I>-bra.
J.t"hfrr of Mr. and Mrs. Jark Orwn-
l>r>ra~, Saturday 8:J0 a.m. Sr-rmon:
"Portion of the Week." Mln. ha 5:45
i*' m
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1519 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
:'
, -LAG'.ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
| enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
I-YM..X vi". p.m. (luesi speaker, II
Paul Baker, Assistant State Attorney.
Sea ami outgoing. Conajresratloit and
SisterhocMl officers, and Junior Con-
gregation members "ill be li......red
.Mr and Mrs. MiitHV-PimIii..'*' *N1 Irn-i
the I men Snabbai In honor of their
redding anniversary. Saturday 8:60
a.m. Mini ha 6 p.m.
I FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
- ----
-4EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Frldaj 6:13 p.m. Saturdaj : m. Mln-
, ha 13 p.m.
--------
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Const rvative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
-HOMESTEAD JEW SH CENTER. 8th
St., Homestead. Conservative. Can.
tor Pincus Aloof.

SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
----
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday ::'.> a.m Ser-
mon: "Shabbal Hagudol." Mineha
.".:4.' p.m.
--
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfisld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
1 ri'iav ; p.m. Saturday S:JO a.m Ser-
mon: "The Oraat Babhnth."
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
r'ashinoton Ave. Ortnodox. Rabbi
braham Strasafeld.
MrN VON A IRES CONOR EOATION.
1737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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SEPMARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 45
Colim. Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
Krfday -*>:30 p.m. Saturday 6:10 a.m.
Sermon: "ISrlrgton and Health."
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caolan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 5:15 and s: 1 a p.m. Sermon:
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Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH
dood evening. Rivka. where are
you going?
I am going home.
I finished work just now. (
I Ins laie from work?
Vet, I work in the afternoon.
And what are you doing in
the morning? 4
In the morning I study at the
University. q^
That's news to (for) me.
What do you study at ihe
University?
I study sociology there.
I also study English literature.
That's very interesting, isn't it?
Yes. I like (love) very much
lo study.
Why are we standing here on
trie slreel?
We can (it's possible) go (enter)
inlo a cafe.
'' hanks, but I am not very hungry.lf)
hey'ro evpccling me al home
for dinner.
was delighted to see you. Rivka,
:. too, was glad to see you.
shalom, see >ou again.
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beymour Sehulman, Batunlaj 6:46
a in Bar Mltavah: Mark, aon of Mr
ami Mr*. Irving Ratylnowlta. Mlncha
li::'" p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. M50 N. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Rtform. Rabbi
Herbert Baiimgard.
Friday 6:80 p.m. Seraaoa: "Tlaa Caa<
of ill. i:\i.iniinntiliat.il l-.n.s iIiiimI-
er." Saturdaj 11:13 a.m. lint Mlta-
Ivah: Caul. Kin >( Mr. ami Ml-. Mar- [
shall I", ii.!.
: TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avs. Rsform. ;
Rabbi Samuel Jaff*.
------s>4
i TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skon. Cantor Herman Qott-
I. (*>
I Friday b p.m. S.rmon: "The i >)! Ilau-
gadab and tin t^onalant StruxKle for
I Freedom." Saturdaj l":.:" a.m Ser-
mon: "if loiijah Came t" Town."
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1/25 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steincr.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Frlda) 6:15 p.m. Bermon: "Kaddiah
fur r>lix Frankfurter." Saturday l":!".
a.m. Bar Mltavah: htederick M s..n
... an. .ma aim. Jack -s. Abbott: Stev-
I n Miehnel, M>n "I Mt. Moll>e li.nn-
aii.l Hi. 1.,,, .I..S. ph II. Ilaui-
---- ----
I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
--------
! TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday ':'* and 6:13 p.m. Bermon:
I'M, Sabbath "i Liberation." Satur-
day :* a.m. Sermon: "I'urtton tue
Week." Mineha 3:3U p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving
Lehiman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
EYIday 6:60 p.m. Sermon: "Are Tou
Prepared for Paasover?" Confirmation
department, junior and aanlor chap-
t.i ~ rsv win attend Bervlcen. hatur-
ila> v a.m. Sermon: "The VVeeklj
Portloa uf tli.' Bible." Par Mltavant
Jamen, -in uf .Mr. anil Mrs. llars.s
S. SoflaHtain,
--------
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tth St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday CIS p.m. Sermnn: "Knbbi. Why
Must Religion Alwajn B.- S..ml., r I"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ay*.
Liberal-Relerm. Rabbi orrt K*p.
m*r.
hrtday 1:16 p.m. iliient sp.ak. :-. Irwin
Si-hiilmnn. Topic: "Now. Will You
Join th. John Birch Society?" Satur-
day 11 a in. Har Mltsvah: NVal R..b-
ert. m.ii ,.f .Mr. an.l Mrs. MII1..11 Feld-
m:ni.
--------
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 60th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovita.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Sermon: "Th.- Great
Kabbath Th.- Meaning ..r Freedom
"" Saturdaj 6:45 a.m. i-r.-.i VY0-
11. 1 will receive the Boj Seoul Ner
Tamid award.
----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nieo Zeldman.
Frlda) 6:30 p.m. Brother!......I Sab-
bath, .la, k 1.11I,in. Ri-othi 1 I......I |irea-
Ident, win npeak on "urutnerl......1
Th, I'athwaj t., Happinevr." Satur-
daj 'I p.in
--------
TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Frldaj 6:13 pin Sermon: "Famover
1 si;..-1 :;,. Saturdaj 11 a 111 (Jar
Mltavah: Koliert, s..u n( Ml ..ml Mrs
Jamea Mot r
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 961
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Frldaj 6:13 p.m Saturdaj : a m
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershei Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "Paxeovei
f old is a l..ss.,ii f.,r Today." S.....r-
iia> 8:46 a m s. 1-111..11: rii, I'urtlun
f th. Keek."
--------
TEMPLE ZlON. 6O00 Milter Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henrs
Werniek.
Frldaj 6:60 p.m Bertnon:"nreal Sab.
hath.' Saturday 6 a.m. Serm..... 'The
Portion -a :)i. w .. k Ras Mltavah
i:.i Imra, rlausthler ..f Mr ami Mrs
Leon (loldbers;.

VOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. RaDbi Sherwin Stauber.
'"' Idaj : H11 p in Kat unlai M i m Ser-
mon: "Shal.1..,- Haaodal Mm, 1...
36 |i m
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DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Ipl'ritual leader of Belli Torah
C-tteri ;.ir:r.Ti of \'(irrli Mmmi
B
tion of the leper alter he is healed. "Then shall (he priest co
birds. 44
shall cum
wood, and the scarlet, and the hyssop, and shall dip them!!
the living bird in the blood of the bird that was killed n
to take for him that is to be cleansed two living clean bird
cedar-wood, and scarlet, and hyssop. And the priest shall' I
mand to kill one of the birds in an earthen vessel over 2
water. As for the living bird, he shall take it and the j5M
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK MET I
A leoer is brought before the priest
"And the priest shall look. and. behold, if the plague of i
be healed in the leper" (Lev. 13.3), '""H
METZORA This portion describes the laws for the purr
I

killed ov
running water. And he shall sprinkle upon him that is toZ
cleansed from the leprosy seven times, and shall pronounce h
clean, and shall let go the living bird into the open field 3
he that is to be cleansed shall wash his clothes ;md shave olhi!
his hair, and bathe himself in water, and he shall be clean >
after that he may come into the camp, but shall dwell outsideba'
tent seven days. And it shall be on the seventh day, that he skat 1
shave all his hair off his head and his beard and his fyebrwj
. and he shall bathe his flesh in water, and he shall be clean"
(Lev. 14:4-9).
Finally, alter bringing an offering to the priest on the eigWl
day. the former leper shall be iormally clean.
Leprosy was understood to aflect objects, as well as people
The portion describes the various cases of leprosj and prescribe!I
their treatment: "This is the law for all manner of plague.tiI
leprosy, and for a scale: and for the leprosy ol a varment, ail]
for a house; and for a rising, and for a scab, and for ,i bright spot 1
to teach when it is unclean, and when it is clean: this Is theUv|
Of leprosy" (Lev, 14:54-57).
*
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of Ihe Law is .
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is 1
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nta
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumt
is Joseph Schlang.
.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Why Bar Mitzvah Is
A Big Social Occasioi
By MCftMKT IAUMGARO
Temp'* *" AtM
"How can we stem the tide of the
greet emphasis en the social as-
pect of Bar and Baa MrrxvahT"
It is a natural
response to want
t o celebrate a
i .i i> p > -occasion.
The wedding feast
for example, has
been a long-time
tradition among
Jews. In modern
times. Jews, as
well as non-Jews,
have developed
the habit of cele-
brating for any
possible reason.
What used to be
the accepted
standard for a
wedding feast has become the stan-
dard for run-of-the-mill affairs, and
weddings have become, not feasts,
but fiestas. No doubt, the differ-
ence between the financial income
of European and American Jews
has something to do with the change
in the social pace. We can afford
to celebrate more lavishly today,
so we take advantage of our oppor-
tunities to do so.
In European society, tthe Bar
Mitzvah ceremony was a casual
occurrence. It was no great achieve-
ment for a lad to recite the
"B'raehos" before the Torah on
his 13th birthday. The family did
not feel compelled to serve more
than a little herring, some "kich-
lach" and some "schnapps" to
DR. BAUMCAKD
those who attended the
I While the wealthier Jewsse
j little more at a wedding, li
joot feel compelled to spend. I
cording to their status, atttel
Mitzvah. The occasion did noti
Ifor it.
If it was not part of the I
pean tradition t make a
do" over the Bar Mitzvah,
this true today.' Most familiert
answer, "Because it is expettef
us." Why is it "expected?"
cause "everybody lloes "'"'
way. have Jewish families
trapped in the vicious cycle I
Bar Mitzvah social whirl. S
tractive has the parly becomtl
the religious ceremony ha-
into insignificance. For son
has become Ihe necessary
which must be experiencedJ
one can yet on with the real'
iness of the part)
It is a commentary on our:
thai when the Har MiW*'
descends from the Bimah.
completed his ceremony.I*'
that he is through with hit
education, but he is also
of the fact that he W
great deal to learn about te>
duties. Henceforth, a great
his future will be dedicated"
quiring the cWH
learnhowtohaiulleacocmai'.
better than he will to*
hold a prayerbook.
Contemplation ol UdsW
tr. have its soberina effeci
Isn't it time for *,
fanSle. to risk mart^j
ing ,o reverse-he cure B^
vah social fetishei
think so
Army Officers Being Examined
dis*rvW"
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
commanding general >f ihe 7th U.S.
Army based in West Germany,
hat ordered the army's Inspector
" *as ;"? fnaV especially'
national imagi Al-,vi-m
ol recent evens n .jr-
.mi.....uttwra
was also po
neral to conduct a formal Invest!- duel bj 5
[I
cersdidBOtj!
gatlon of U.S. Army officers who
recently wore Ku Kliu Klan uni-
fornu ami displayed Klan symbols,
il was reported her*
Protests had been made with sec-
retary of Defense licNamara by
the lewish War Veterans of the
t S.A. The .iw\ said thai although
i the officer considered the robi
confidence of j '
A Defem ^
genera
,,v i i
.eaowk*
known here ".-' '" ^'
i,iwn "' ihe ma
wearing and cross-burning a prank, to be aean


day
, April 9,
1965
+Jen'isti Fh>ridliar
Page 13-D
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Rutchik Of
United Synagogue
abbi Allen Hutchik was or-
L al the Jewish Theological
Liry in 1952. He is a native
L York City and a graduate of
blclvn College, where he re-
d'his Bachelor of Arts degree.
ohU a Master of Arts degree
Columbia University and a
Ir-oI Hebrew Letters from the
rish Theological Seminary of
krica.
follow in a his ordination, he
ied as a chaplain in the United
, Air Force with the Stra-
Air Command, and with the
kan Air Command. Upon re-
|,,_ from the service, he ac-
leiftho \>-\ >>l Habbi at Temple
Th Israel in Maywood, N.J.,
te he also served as director
he United Synagogue Youth
r iern New Jersey Region.
i ame national pro
ihc Departmenl
|- of the United
i .. and le I
i is to Israel.
H director ol
in the sum-
11 Dor-
villi
lv me in Mi-
e i for
Cui
; p Ol
: the i
v hich In-
. | con-
si ites com-
Ri ion.
... c ntributed
i S>i :ogue School, a
. the commission on
i E( lion ol the United
fcogiii America; to Out-
publication of the Women's
ft of the United Synagogue
perica; and in the Advisor's
|letter, a publication of the
Jial Youth Commission of the
pizalion.
bbi Rutchik's wife is a case-
pr with Jewish Family and
fig IN TIMES
d? OF SORROW
9fcws
txprm what word*
cannotl
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.draws upon his many years of camp
j experience to direct annually the
Leader's Training Institute of the
| United Synagogue Youth of the
Southeast Region. His purents.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rutchik, arc
residents of Miami Beach. and
were both active in the field of
Hebrew education in various
schools in New York City.
Rabbi Rutchik is a member of the
Rabtinieal' Assembly of America
serving on its College Committee. '
UUER UNVEILING
Dd
.1 Memiillf ||
") the Lute
MRS- SOPHIA MILLER
"Y. April 11th. at 12:30 p.m.
" Mi vi, i
""-in officiating.
and Relative.
i Attend.
ywp uSiSiTlmSMUtart
cewt M?J?i ^'" acP $2,000. I
Pn,,?n'Jh t,0,,t"y- Has vet. j
Or.,t tenor, first]
'<" Bar Mitxval
lard, perfect!
liletren "" !"tw' married.!
B'nai B'rith Honors Jack Benny
At 'Delayed' 120th Anniversary Fete
ABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Ph iladelph ians
Picket Red Center
WASHINGTON .11 A i The
immunity Relations Court-
iter Philadelphia

lion befori (hi Russi u
ce Vlar 2 in
nl i
i
is thi ; isl nized by the
ish c immunit) of the i hila-
L ad<. ol tin dem
ordinator of in ind an
. luncil,
mel with S viel Embassy officials
and were given quantities "f print-
ed propaganda purporting to de-
pict the free exercise of Judaism
iu the Soviet Union. The pickets
later met with members ol Con-
gress and with State Department
uiiicials.
The pickets included represent-
atives of the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, and the Negro Trade
Union Leadership Council of Phil-
adelphia. James H. Jonas, presi-
dent of the Negro Council of Phil-
adelphia, told Anatoli G. Mysh-
kov, first secretary of the Rus-
sian Embassy horo: "Wo aro con-
cerned about this problem of Rus-
sian anti-Semitism as Americans.
Just as there are Jewish people
now down in Alabama, march-
ing with Negroes, I nay* come
here together with my Jewish
friends."
Meanwhile, Soviet newspapers
reaching London this week from
various sections of the Soviet
Union, continue to carry anti-Jew-
ish innuendo aimed at creating (he
impression that Jews are behav-
ing in an "unsocialist manner."
The Moscow daily Leninskoye
Znamia, in its issue of March 17,
attacked the practice of some fac-
tories thai farm out their work to
be done by housewives at home
and cited the names of several
Jewish women, doing factory work
al home.
I'n chiei engineer of (he admin.
istrativ< unit giving oul such work.
Comrade Borukhovin another
Jewish sounding name had re-
portedly been fired.
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and OFFSET
in
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Rabochaya Gazeta. a Kiev
daily, cited a man identified as
70-year old Samuil Yakovc-
vich Bykov, obviously Jdwish
for renting equipment to I
men from vvhor- he II gedly elici-
ted half 1
kmosomi Zanamia. ol Ki-
ev, told ll
1
o n the Kh
la si year ol study
for h I i k on col-
lective farms during vacation
article conceded thai he was
student bul employed anti-Semitic
terms to characterize him as an
intellectual who shirks hard work.
By Special Report
NEW YORK A man best
known for his "baby blue" eyes,
fractured violin playing and fabled
tightness with a dollar is being
honored by B'nai B'rith this month
as one of four Americans whose
contributions to the community ex-
emplify the traditional purposes of
the Jewish service organization.
The man is Jack Benny. He was
cited by B'nai B'rith as part of its
120th anniversary celebration at
an Apr. 3 banquet at the Ameri-
cana Hotel.
To mark its four generations as
the oldest national service or-
ganization established in the
United States, B'nai B'rith, in
symbolic tribute to the volunteer
activities of its 490,000 members,
chose to "honor its own" se-
lecting four long-time members
who in their careers and by their
community activities personify
the ideals of the organization.
Benny, a member of B'nai B'rith
for 25 years, was selected together
with Supreme Court Justice Arthur
I. Goldberg, the late Sen. Herbert
.; Li lunar) and former Ann
tulip M Klutznick, who -
; h the U.S. Mission to the
ns, and i< ;c formi i
B'rith.
[hi affair,
hi r wi .1 i
I om -
, Benny, a perennial 39 years old
in his broadcasts, is 71. B'nai B'rith
ended its 120th year last October.
An anniversary program sched-
uled early last year and honor-
ing Benny was postponed during
the period of national mourning
for the late President Kennedy.
B'nai B'rith's citation to Mr.
Benny describes him as "more
than a celebrated personality. Jack
Benny is an American institution
compounded of the art of humor
and the spirit of man's goodness."
Among the Dinner Committee's
vice chairmen are Samuel Goldwyn.
Col. Jack Warner, Leonard Bern-
stein. Henry R. Luce, Isaac Stern,
Mischa Elman and Mrs. Jennie
I Grossinger.
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Mt. Nebo Cemetery
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Page 14-D
+Jtm>isti FhridUain
Rabbi Attacks Interf aith Ties
"Way, Ap
LEGAL NOTICE
BAKNtY WltUNS
KYlt COHfN
WILLIAM ROIHtR
Trio of Young Greater Miamians Win
Merit Awards from Dairy Coucil Here
NEW YORK (JTA) Opposi-
tion t o "interfaith dialogues"
which, he charged, had been large-
ly responsible for "the alarmingly
growing rate ot intermarriage."
i ,.s voiced here by Rabbi Menach-
em M Schneerson. the Lubavitcher
;bbe Replying to a request by
250 Jewish leaders who had asked
him for his views on interfaith di-
alogues. Rabbi Schneerson de-
clared:
There is no need for us what-
e< or to have any religious dialogues
with non-Jews, nor any interfaith
activities in the form of religious
LEGAL NOTICE
Three Greater Miami young peo
pie have received merit awards
from the Dairy Council of South
Florida.
William Rozner. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Rozner. 1081 NE 175th
St., is a member of the National
Honor Society. Interact Service
Club, Letterman's Club and had a
role in the Senior Class play.
He is the varsity swim teams
crack sprint free styler. He has j
held membership in Science and
Latin Clubs, was on Junior Elec-
tions Board and Boy's State.
In eighth grade, he was a spell-
ing champion. In ninth grade, he
won a superior rating at the Sci-'
ence Fair for his analog computer.'
He has built his Own stereo sys-
tem. He is a member of Adath
Yeshurun Congregation.
An outstanding student in Eng-
lish, science and math, Barney A. i
Willen. a senior in Miami Edison :
Senior High School, is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Willen,
479 NE 102nd St. Barney boasts a
solid A average, is ranked 15th
scholastically in a class of 638. is
a National Honor Society member.
and president of Mu Alpha Tlieta.
math honorary.
He is chairman of the I. D. Com-
mittee, a member of Student
Council, past secretary of Key
Club, president of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami Youth Group
ind is an Eagle Scout.
Kyle Cohen, who won a superior
rating at the 1964 South Florida
Science Fair, is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen. 16
W. DiLido Dr. She has been on
the honor roll all through school
at Ida Fisher Junior High, where
she is in ninth grade.
She is a member of National
Junior Honor Society, a member of
Student Council, was president of
her eighth grade home room, and
has studied piano since fourth
grade. She has several excellence
certificates for her music awarded
by the National Guild of Piano
Teachers.
The Dairy Council has a contin
uing program to honor meritorious
young people in Dade County.
Nominations can be sent to Agnes
Edwards. 1001 NW 7th St.. Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\"i-rii i: is HHREKY iSlVEN thai
lhi iinderpurned, flealrlnl lo engage In
hualna -.- under Hi-- rk'tltimif name* of
wkstoVKP. I'uMrANV in..lenror-
l...v: and WKSTnVKI! CO, mot
tticoivoratedj at m....."..lllns Avenu*.
Miami Reach, Florida Intend lo reg.
i--. -.Oil name* with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade I'uunty, Flor-
ida
PEARL Ml'll MM.
SIMON MKTRU'K
i:i('HAI(1> XK1.S. >N
Attorney* fur A)>pllrant
l.ln<-|n Road Mall
Miami Beach, Florida
i s-iti-in-nn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HW.Kl'.V tllVEN that
the undernlgned, desiring to engage In
Inis (!-- under the flctltl.niii name of
I'H'K'k iturmiM'F: at u*c wi
llth Avenue. lll.il.ali. Florida Intend
:., refHater s;,id name wiiii the clerk
..f ihe Circuit Court i.f I>ad1 County,
Florida
pEpk <) \n\.\ii. ixc.
r.> Jurte Nav:t':" I resident
M\ rna I.. Itruce, \ i l'r< riUent
l> r;t H. Navarro, Se. y.-Trega,
Wl H I- M IN A; 1'IA.M. iNI i
HARRY M KnSKN
Mi.i m i i"! !' i" of Mi. nrt. Inc.
I -11;-:'::-:'.
discussions, interchange of pulpits
and the like. The brotherhood ol
mankind is a positive concept only
so long as it is confined to com-
merce, philanthropy and civil and
economic aspects of society. I'nfor-
tunately, brotherhood has been
misconstrued to require members
ol one faith to explain their relig-
ious beliefs and practices to mem-
bers of another faith."'
Noting the increase of intermar-
riage, the Lubavitcher rebbe said
that interfaith dialogues have cre-
ated confusion in the minds "of
the young, as well as of their par-
ents."
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDrtT~
IN AND FOR DADEM??
FLORIDA IN prVb^1
in re
uiraii \\| siia'kb
^SNN;iRxJ
xt t .and (!,nAL ixsag
for Imh
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il... :
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of .,,.. ,
]
MII.'IMN
As Kxi
kovner ,v m VXXH
Atti rney*
I......i|Mnl i
Miami. I-.
First to surpass its 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal figure was
the Apparel Group of the Mercantile Division, according to
William S. Ruben and Joseph E. Brooks, division co-chairmen.
Harry Mizrach, Apparel Group chairman, announced that the
group will continue to work until it reaches the final goal, an
increase of almost S4.000 above the sum raised last year.
Leaders of the Apparel Group are (left to right) honorary
chairman, John Serbin; Mizrach; Miss Bea Feldman, group co-
chairman, with Bernard Yaffe (not shown); and Mercantile co-
chairman, Joseph E. Brooks.
NATIONAL AIRLINES

Vice Mayor Arthur Patten, of Metropolitan Dade County,
wields a silver shovel to break ground for a S2 miliion con-
struction program for National Airlines at Miami International
Airport. Looking on are (from left) John L. Morris, National
Airlines vice president; Linda Mandelstam, Miss Miami of
1964 and an NAL stewardess; Dade County Vice Mayor Ar-
thur Patten; G. Ray Woody, executive vice president of NAL;
and Alan C. Stewart, director of the Dade County Port Au-
thority.
NOTICE Of INTENTION TO APPLV
FOB CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456
TH Whom l May i"on i
.\< dersigned petitioner*, JOHN JOSEPH
S'-m i'c >\vit/. and MR A JOHN JOS-
Kill .- III He >\\ I I'/, uli.-.- .-ill.n.
j.l. it. .. i- M K.W Il It Hi-. M -
ami, I'.1. County, Florida In the ('ii>
n Ml v.MI. l>ad. County, I lorlda, In-
tend In apply '" Hi- Honorable
ItVRI V l >CKE, n: I idg. l th<
I nd foi
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x iticf: is iii:i:i:i:v i;i\ f:n thai
the ed. de*lrini
- ne** under the fietltiou* name of
soi/K ci'v \ s\i. i:i: i--1--1: t-:
-11' 'I' .it -i- \lton Rfiad, Miami
Hi... h. Hoi Ida Intend* to i-ealxtei
name with the clerk ot the circuit
ol I lade Count) Floi Ida.
Si II, C MM"' >N, Si.I., i .nil. r
n, I loldateln ,C Pai tier
Ittomey* for Registrant
:'4l w Fmgter St.
Miami, Florida
I
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 3437
Tilt >MAS URI'IIKR'! I .1 In ISE

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to Hi
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li of yoa
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pleat nith th<
| Clerk of thi il.. entitled
and to net \.
'ponnlri ::..
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Street, Mlrtinl. P*Wiila, ..n ..t Iff,...
ih. 3rd ti.t. ..i M
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, li nI: am. i iRjJERKIi .,i ... i....i.-
1 hi i-.inrili.ii-. Hi.,
this jnth day ot Man ii
i: l: l.i:\THKIt.M.\.\. Clerk,
I'm-, nit Court, Inde ''n-ii.iv. Florida
(-all l-.y l<. \l I.V.MAN
l leputy 'li-i k
4 -2-9-1G-2.1
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ploi#*. ** aub raw dame
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 85C 3495
MYRON lii;i:sil
Plaintiff,
\ i
M VKII.VN > HERSH,
I >. f. mil.nt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in MARILYN s HKl'.sii
i'.i i;.....Iwln Aventp
\- mark, Nt u .i. .
V,.ii MARILYN S HF:RSH ar< here-
by ni.iiii. .1 thai ;i Bill ..f Compluliii
ror i>ivi.ri. nan i..-m filed ahainxi
\.tii. .iiiil \"ii mi- required to --t \ t i
. ,i|i\ ui \i.nr Answer .-r IM. .ulina to
ill. i: ii of Complaint on the Plaint-
Iff* attorney, PAl'L KWITNBV,
U8Q.. I.1" Lin-"!n itt.ati, Miami r-a.ii
i ... ana ii'. orhrlnal Anawei
or I'l.iuliiDt iii ih. ..if!.-.- ( Hi.- Clerk
..f the riiiiilt Court .ii ..i before the
".tli .lay ..f Miii. li"'.'.. If you fall t.> do
m>, jtidunn nt by default will lie taken
atrnloKt yon for ilie relief taMMil
In the Dill of Complaint.
Tliis in.ti.. .-hall if ptiMtahed once
.'inli iveek for fi.ur ednaaotttlve areekii
in THE JEWISH F*LORIIAX
PONE vNi' >i:i >ki:i-:i > ,.i Miami,
Florida, ilils :',lst d) of Mar.-h. A D.
IMS.
I! P. I.v: ATI IKK MAN, Clerk.
Cireull Court, Dade Cntmty, Florida
is.-an ij i.. sm:;:i.i:n
11.1.ills
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I\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6*408 A
IX RE I-- it.
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AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 2261
PATRICIA M Ni:\\ii i.MMi: SMITH,
Plaintiff,
\ ERXON IVRIOHT SMITH,
i i. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Attorn.
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NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS \a\,e L*
NOTICE IS HFIRKhVtuSj
111.- iili.UrsiL-,1.
I.H.--IM..-S iniil. r I ; .
I.AHKI.AMi X
MI'NTS ui had. i' ^!
: reRlM. i-
ih. circuit en i,,i
Florida.
EV \\ .t -
NOTICE UNDER
F:CTITI0US NAMEU*
NOTICE is HKHKI1V i;nTvJ
the nndi -iu-' '
i.tii-iii. -- ii,.!. i- tit. liikw j
l 'isi i iTEEX ui ....I \-\t '
: Drive, in thi
intenda lo i. ji--
Clerk "i thi i
County, Florida
U'N|M,\ niSTRlH T\-
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Knot y- foi A|i|i ii i
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Miami. FT 1
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME l*
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SYLVIA S
NOTICE Eft PUBL'CTi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OM
ELEVENTH JUOIC ALCIRIU
COURT OF FLORIDA N ANSI
OADE COUNTY IN CHANC91
NO 65CM25
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRK1IY tHVRS tli.it
the umlir.-liini rt. .1.-n tir M M(l
in iintl.n- lite flcWtl. ; niinie ul
a. a s. BuruDixo n R \\.
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ien.lH in r.-isi.-r >-ud nan with ttt>'
I'lerk of Hit- Clnilt "' t of Piiil"
County. Florida
SIDNEY I' i-.r.ivii:
Hir.lTl:Y F. SIl.VI'liMAN
Atforney for Applicant
.1 19-28. 41-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'!
ELEVENTH JUDlClAlC'RC-
FLORIDA IN *'-t>Ff"
DADE COUNTY INC""
NO. 65C 20 (
Till-: Wll.l.i > -
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fay. April 9.
1965
Jewist TtrrUitr
Paqe 15-D
LEGAL NOTICt
b^Tav PUBLICATION
KTeillCUlT COURT OF THE
jgJvK brakes.
"Suit row oivorce
nRKXCK BRAZEN
,,., .M- County.
iloKKX. i: DRAZBN are
, Complaint for
. i... i, iHi.I again*) you,
I to ei ve a i opj
Pleading in the
li, plaintiff's attorney,
ill i IN, Bail tMl Coral
and file the or-
illna i" the office
Circuit Court on
ila> of April, 1965.
iiiilmn.-nl by lie-
agntnsl you for
. ,1, ,| in tin- Mill of
DAYEM
BY HENRY LEONARD
i,
tnsu
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published once
i rnnsecutlve weeks
I JKWISII I'l.i iKM'IAN.
W UDERED al Miami,
. uf March, A i'.
! LEA HERMAN, Clerk,
uur ... County, Florida
M I AM AX
i i ierk
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. n.i
if tor Plaintiff '->'. i/'.'-H-ie
\nt CIRCLiT COURT OF THE
Iemh judicial circuit of
LORiDA IN AND FOR DADE
[COUNTv in CHANCERY
No 65C 3186
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NOTICE TO OEFEND
ji.i.ik : :i>
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1,11.1.n: i'i iRRES, are hi i eby
1.1, n*l\,- plead-
h "i, w ii li i he
i -. r\ a copy
ney, Kl'tiKXK
i Bldg., Miami
, ill,- 27th day
:, default will be
IX, Clerk,
c, mv Klorlda
I 'PELANI.
I -.;
T COURT OF THE
" CUL CIRCUIT OF
LOR.DA -\D FOR DADE
110LN* CHANCERY
'85
ITT,
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NOTICE 3- PUBLICATION
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KY NiiTii--ii-:i. ihat
Ipulni I I,.,, been filed
I' are required to
-'i'- ii answer on
\i' ,i:i-i.\ii-:i: s.
': v h Building, Miami,
rlglnal thereof
'in mi Court <.n
af April, I!',,,.
ll llll Will li,' (Ukl II
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Never heard of it..."
Coo' 1M1, DayMW rWudlMi
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66447
IX UK: Estate uf
SAM FRANK 1,H:\V.
I l.-.-ensCll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors- and All Persons HaV-
tl.g riailns ,,i 11. ma mis Against Said
instate:
v,,u are hereby notified ami ra-
liilre.l 1,, present any laims ami de-
mends wiiii.h yon nut}' have against
U.....state hi HAM KliAXK l.l |-:\V.
deceased late of Dade County, Wor-
lds, to Hi. County Judges of Dude
County, and file tin- same In duplicate
ami as provided iii Section 733.16,
PI,,rnla Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dane Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from Hi.- ilin,- of the first publication
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Jenist fhridiiari
solicits your legal notices.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
ratee .
Dial I IX :i-l(.05
lor messenger service
bar.....
tins 23rd
ii
on
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notick is iii;i'.ki:v (UVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious hume of
PADEI.AXD \'1I.I..\S AI'AI:TMKXTS
.u Dade Count} Intends tn reglslei
said mime with the Clerk hi tin- Cir-
cuit i '"iii i "i I lade Count} Florida.
KVAX i H.STER
I 2-9-1(1-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI is HKKKIiY HIVEX thai
ill., undctslmi.il deslrlmi to engaae In
l,nsili,--s in lei the li, 'I' lolls li.ini, of
|i\l'i:i V\H HKIIIHTK APART-
MENTS li i 'mint)
I "lei
the Circuit I of Hade I
i In Ida
E\ \\ H.STKH
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ii ii i: i < 11 :i:i:r. > mvi S
i he mi' di slrlna i" engugi In
del the ( i-tltintis iiann -
of Ki:XXKI>\ HOUSE: KENNEDY
I'i,A/. v .ii |hS 79th i 'an- wan In-
tends i" register said name* with the
Clerk the i in all Court ol I 'tide
i "ount s. I- lorida.
PIN LEY P, Ml >SS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144. A
IX RK: Estate of
FRAN' T'.S 1IKX.I AMIS'
11,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i..nuns nun n,i i'u.s.,11* Flav-
in" Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstate;
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired !,, present an) clulms and rte-
nianils which von ma} have against
in. estate of KRA.WKM HEX.IAMIN
ill .,.. il late of Dade County, Kim -
i Count} udges of I 'ade
, '..mil \. anil me in duplli ate
. nil a pruvlded n Section
111 theil
the t'oiinty i 111 li
I ,vlthIn 1*1 N I
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VI ami, rVtrlds
da} ,,i M ii. V.l>
I't11 l.l I' .1. mii.i.ki:
/.i:n \ m.\ll i'i \
\- Kxi cut'irs
a ol il,i
ii. 26th da} March, 196
i-mi.ir .i mil1.1.1:
All,.i ii. v ,,.r Kxecntors
in; Lincoln Rd Miami Beai h, PI I
: 26 I
hereof, ol the sain.- w ill l
L Hi ted at Miami, Ploiida,
rut} ul March, AH. 196J
IRV'INfl I.IKU
MA CRY M. UKW
As i 'ii-Ailiniiiisti-ai"i
l-'nsi publication of this
tin .'i;ili daj of March, l6J.
SMITH & M AXHI.I'.'K
B} : llai rj B. Smitli
aii,,in, > foi Co-Administrators
4n7 l.In, ..in Koad
:; 21',. I 2-9-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTH'l-: is ii|..l:i:i:v ili\ i-.\ that
tlii- ttndprslgned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
l:n; in:i: SCl'KRMARKKT at -:''i.'
Klngmun Road, LJesure City, FTa., In-
tenua to register wild name with the
Clerk "i the Circuit Conn ,n Uuue
County, Florida.
Mai:, ;i i;i;i ri-: a. hai.i.axtixk
Bolt (JBIlel
,l. DAVID i.ii;uman
At to i ii< > for Applicant
ii". I,in. ..In Koad
Miami lleach, Mori,la
:: 2i. i 2-:>
LEGAL NOTICE
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Plotida, March
j M i IIMAN, clerk,
loiinty, Florida
'' I' i'i ii'i:i..\\i i
I 26, 4 2-9-16
rEr:"'~ENTI0N TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
-n" j 65 C 3043
neern:
n lll.lt lln nil-
VICTOR I.A-
: LAZTCAK,
s Is 1 12:'. I., i, >
Miami Bi a, h.
Intends to ap-
Marahall C.
i Hi, Eleventh Ju-
i i.i.i,- Conn-
Count} i
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In li. in-.
- nami -
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i i Lazik,
ii.ul then aft, i
11, "jgg*.,hi- -1
kZYCAK
LAZVCAK
mar.
3/26. 4/2-'.i-n;
UNn^JV JUDCE'S COURT
FLnBTSR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
k ,. No 66107-A
LgJte
WBDAsS KAMA*
,. ms !-!..anils Against Said
"Vis...':" """/'> W'd rc-
i Whirl uny 'l-ilms and de-
rS ol V-'iI,."!^ ^ve 'nt
bsdl-i, l.H,"'-,>A B. KA1'I,.VN
the !' "!",,, bounty. Wor-
. and r'"',",'y J,"lK,', of T**a"
Dr., '"', **'"* ln duplicate
prni.i,.,, s,.t((in ^M1
"'t ",'';;, in *elr offices in
"i'l. "'"s" "' ,,|"' Coup-
etlmV V '"'"dar months
'"" the first publication
le,i '.'....... "ill be barred
F ;"i.'!:;:^'' **<*
NiRMAN KAPLAN
I \dmlnlstrator
|- I this notice -ii
tlarch. 1966,
s r sie.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 3177
THE WII.I.IAMSr.l RUH SAVINGS
BANK,
I'laiiilil'l
vs.
i'MAKI.KS WINSTON SMITH. JR.,
et ll\. et Ul.
I iefendunts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Charles s\ inston Smith, .Ir am
N. I Mill lie Slllilll, Ills I
2777a RlaUfl Street
Madison Heights, Michigan
Yon are I Teli} notified thai tin
above cap lion h is i en
luted agali In the Cli It C
,,i Hi, i. lentil -linlii Inl Cltcull -:
Ploi'idii in inl for Dude Count} I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66144-A
IN RK: Estate of
KRANi i:s BENJAMIN
In,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 97869-C
IX RE: Estate of
,H'i;i. ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS
11, ceaseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i ,.tin's ,.| I i. hi.hi,is .Against .-..nil
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
I i red i" irtvselu .in} i .anils an .,
mands w hich > mi ma} hn 11
III, .H H-.l. A I.I.N.l .. .Ml.
AKItAIIAMK ,! -I late "i Hud*
i hi Ida. to th, i ii i i.i- -
and fill 11. sit im in
i H
i i i ii.-. ii ill,
ii,.- ill i In 'nuilt} Com ill..us. ii,
ii h'liitiiia, will .
.ii,l.,, moull ..ii the i hi,- ,,i tin
llt-l'enl ,.i i .
w 11 i......
I M in Eloiida, th Is i -; I
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MARK N ABRAHAMS
As A i is i I >
l"ii -i publli .ii In..... this ii"' i.....ii
I he 2i.ih da} "i March, 1983,
Tullaiioff, Wall, i ,v I.inn.ill
Attornejs Foi Adnilnistratri,\ C.T.A.
: 26, 1/2-9-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66092-C
IN RE: Estate ,,i
WI 1,1,1 AM .1 HOHLPBLD
lie, .a-.., I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
lag Claims oi IK-mauds Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereb} notified and re-
quired i" preaent an} claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate "f WII.I.IAM .1 Hulll,-
I KEI.H deceased late ..i" Dade County,
i Florida, t.. the County Judges of Dude
County, and rile the sain., in duplicate
ami as provided In Section 7SS.16,
! Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sis calendar months,
ii-.,in the I'm.....r the First publication
hereof, or the sann will i- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ilii- 2ih
das of March, a t). IMS.
I,i:i i.N'Attli (I, EfSKRT
As Admlntstrntor. Cunt
Tastamentn Annexe
First publication of this null.....
th. 2nd day of April, IMS.
MYERS, IIKIM \N .> KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator, C.T \
I l.'.n S.W. Isl Si reel
Miami, rlorldii SSI no
I 2-'i-:,;-2':

TO:
i Kaplan
Foreclose .. mortgage n|..... thi fol-
low in- di si i Hied real proper)
l.i.t 22 IliiH K i.l FIRS r AI'ITI'IHN
Tt' CAR' 'I. Tl'Y. aci .a.Im-- i" the
rial llii leof .....led In I'lal Hook
til at I ol the I'uldii It......b
ol |)uii, Florida,
Vou i in fH< I Hponslve
pleadin plninl with
... I'olll'l. Illlll
erv i n 1111111111 f I
,i........i M VRTIX FINE, Hail,
,i,,l 11 I. KIoiUIh
not inter lliati Vpil
I- :. ssn n ill be i
igainat > ou
DATKH Mai ll 2S, I.....
i: ii i.i: \ ruERMAX, cu i.
i Ircuil 'oui I Wde Counl} I- Im Ida
,.s,;,li B} K. M l.VM iN
|>eput} Clerk
MARTIN FINE
n ul,- Federal Building
Miami. Florida JBIS1 .. (
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO VI.I, I'KKSi'N'S INTERESTED IX
THE ESTATE OP SAIU DECEDICXT.
Vou are hereb) notified thai a writ- ,
ten Instrument purporting to be the :
last will and testament ,,i s:,i dei -
lent hus been admitted t" probate In
.[ml i '..,iit. You are hi eb> uom-
maii-h-d within six calendar months
from ih, date ol the first publication
,,; i is not I, ,- ;,, appear In i I ) 'ouri
ami show cause, ii an} you can, wh}
Hi., action of said Courl In admitting
said >> in i.....xibute should nnl stand
revoked
U F r.l.AN'I'l'N
Count} Judgi
B] M I; I.' tc I
i'i. rk
i-i111.ii- i mii.i.ki:
Altol in v
1(17 Lincoln Rd Miami [lea
Fli I "'is
tin, _. ol Man li, '
:i _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 2979
ONETHA At.FOKD,
I'laiiilirr,
Hi K

IE Al.l'i IR11,
I let'ellilalil.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, ARCHIE Al.l'ulili. l_ Canal
Street, New Haven, Connwtlcut. are
hereh) notified thai n Bill m Com-
plalnt For IMvorce bas been filed
aguins) you, and you are retiulred to
si-i\,, a ....|.> .ii your Answer to thi
Hill "i Complaint on the PlalntlfCs
Attorney, Oukle) tl. Smith, llnl N.W
North Rivet Drive, Miami. Florida,
and Fill tin original Answer In the
. of th,- Clerk of the Cln nit
Courl ,...... before the 28th da} "f
If you fall i" il" so, j idg-
- n-ill i" Is ken agalnsl
ih, i. li.t demanded in the
Bill .,' Complaint.
w I ORDERED al
Florida,
Miami.
I), 1.....
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
\. i HEREBY HIVES I
ilesirlllii inn
, imlei i h> fli nami
KEYHOLE I! EST A I R A \
I I.Ol'.N VV, llii Av .-ilin 11 ll
lenh li.i.i. County, Plorldu, Intends
t,, register said name ittl the Cli i <
,,( ,| i .iii-i ,ii Dadi County,
Florida
A I.LEX I DRANETZ, President
of 1 IRAN i'i' INC.
Kt'RT WKI.I.Isril
Attorne) for I nan Co., Inc.
167 Almerla A..-., Coral Uabl^ ^^


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. 'ircull i
, 'ount}. Flot Ida
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:> ; SMITH
It Ki,. i I il i\.
M ami, Floi Ida
VI I I'lalnl
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3/26, 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3161
MARILYN LENlSi: KLK1SIIMAN
Plaintiff
V*j.
BTBPHSN AI.LEN ll.EISHMAN
Defendant ____.,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: STEPHEN At,I,EN ELrilSHMAN
2,ni'-..- Lincoln Way
Yo*3t'k'1'HKX aij.en fleish-
MAX are hereby notified that com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
Stulnat you and you are required lo
le vour answer or other pleading
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
and to serve a copy thereat ni"'n
the Plaintiffs Attorney. Nat ["'->
urn- Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida, n later than the 27th day ol
April. 19v it you fall i" no so. a
pro Confesso will 1"- taken
against you for the relief prayed ror
in ihe complaint .. ,
DATED this 2;:id day ol Maun,
' "" [: p. LEATHERN w. Clerk.
irt, i'..... Qjunty. Florida
(at ,i, K. M. L.YM vn
Deputy Cli ,_,_.,.,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66316-B
in UK: Estate oF
RAYMOND MARCUS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ilav-
fng Claims Against Said Estate:
Ymi are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RAYMOND MARCIS
taceaacd late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, anil file the same In dupli-
cate nd as provided In Section TS.1.16.
Florida Statutes, ip their offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six oalendar
months front the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same win
i- ii u red .
Dated at Miami. Florida, this nth
daj ,,i Man h, A.D. 1MB
VIVIAN MARCUS
a Administratrix
First publication p,f thla notice on
the 19th daj ol March, 1965.
m It! IN I. sl'AHHKi:
Attorne} :'- r Administratrix
Vddress i !0 Mm oln Road
Mian.t it. ...... Elorida ,,., mA
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.
VNNI-: SMITH.
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'll: ANNE SMITH
Orecnpoint. Brooklyn. New Ynrk
Yon. ANNi: SMITH, are hereby no-
tified that a Bill of Complaint fo.
Divoroe has been filed against you
ami vou are required to serve a cop>
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney, STANLEY E. oool'MAN.
.:,.- N.W. 62nd St.. Miami, F'lorida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 28th
day of April, 1M5. If you fall tn do
so. judgment by default will be taken
'against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onOS
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FT.OR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lSth day of March A.D.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
I-,..,1 i Bi : P. CiM'KLANIi
11,-putv i 'l.-rk
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"Jewish Floxddian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 3;) Number 15 Miami, Florida. Friday, April 9, 1965 Four Sections Price 20 ope Paul Revises Old Prayer on Jews CONVERSION PI FA CHANGED PAGE 11-A NOT IN THEIR BEST INTERESTS' MACARTHUR \tate Dep't. Says We Should mm Soviet Jewish Plight ISLINGTON UTA> The %  rfocs m>t believ L'nito States Governmen 1 nvolve itsell directly with ithorin.'. on the problem L ., jev:.. the Deparlmenl rme | — % %  M u g h Scott, .mi.! Republican. Scotl resp inded with a charge that '"our government is ed out that "in the past. Soviet shirking its responsibility in this I officials hove reacted unfavorably area." He criticized the state De[oly farts rext Dug t Massada partment [or opposing the Ribicofl amendment which would have condemned Soviet antlSemitism. The White House asked the State Department to respond to Sen. Scott on the request or Philadelphia area citizens that the Government take more overt action to help Soviet Jewry. Douglas MacArthur, 2nd, Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations wrote Sen. Scott about the government's latest assessment of the situation of Russian Jews. to criticism by foreign government cjgans or official representations on matters which the Soviet Gov ernment considers to be Soviet interoal affairs." The Assistant Secretary ol State told Senator Scott that the State Department "has found on the basis ol repeated experience that the most serious official representations which officials f our government have made in the past at i a government-to-government level had been rejected by Soviet leaders as interference in Soviet internal affairs." A recommendation was again ROMK — Pope Paul VI declared here Sunday, while delivering his Passion Sunday Lenten sermon, thai Christ had been killed by the lews, but thai the .lews did not know who Jesus was. He emphasized lhat Christ himself "did not curse those who crucified Him. but invoked the father's forgiveness because they did not know what "ley were doing." The Pontiff took as his theme, in conducting a large outdoor mass, the Passion Sunday Gospel which tells of Christ talking with the Jewish teachers in Jerusalem w h o doubted his divinity and who "took up stones against him." Pope Paul called the Gospel "a grave and sad page because it narrates the conflict, the claih between Jesus and the Hebrew people, a people predestined to await the Messiah but who, just at the right moment, not only did not recognize Him but fought Him, abused Him and finally killed Him." Referring to the killing of Christ as that absurd tragedy of the tailed recognition." Pope Paul — accord ing to the official transcript of his sermon provided here Monday by the Vatican's organ. Osservatorc Romano — asked: "Why does the Lord find so many enemies? Wh> Continued on Page ISA UN Parley Hears Plea Against Religious Bias RED BLOC COOPERATION URGED PAGE 7-A OR. PER1ZWEIG IN APPEARANCE PAGE I3-C made by the State Department that "As stated In this assessment," private individuals and org<—liza\ir. MacArthur said, "the Depart,;„„_, displeased by Soviet policies GENEVA — (JTA) — Israel Sushould never again be allowed to men! does not believe that formal affecting Jews continue to voice p reme Court Justice Maim Cohen, bring suffering to mankind. >ALEM JTA Frag• (he Ion t lost Hebrew orig the B> k "I Jubilees, an I version ol portions oi il i>i Genesis, have been the • %  '.. .i\ at ions at Masstronghold near the Dead e the last Jewish defendout ....a'list Ihe Romans ist centni > ol the Comemem ol the new find %  this pek bj Dr. Yigael ebreu ('Diversity arehaeol• direct.iiol the current ex %  • which are being conclud. i>0X :ook ol Jubilees, which had • available until now only 11 Ethiopic translation of a txt, c*eals with episodes -e time of creation until [c :dus from Egypt. The frag1 'ound at Massada relate the %  -.1 the Archangel of Hatred •hrow Moses. .oveinmcnMo-government protests th c j r views in appeals to world pubover the situation of the Soviet ]j c opinion. "We hope that world lewish community are in the best interests of Soviet Jews." He pointContinued on Page 6-A German Meeting Chancellor In With Dr. Prinz By Special Report DUSSELDORF, Germany — Chancellor Ludwig Erhard prom%  ed the president ol the American Jewish Congress this week that West Germany's diplomatic relations with Israel would be "more than a formality." Dr. Joachim Prinz. who heads the American Jewish organization. said after his meeting with Dr. Erhard that he believed Israel could of Tunisia. for the exchange of ambassadors between West Germany and Israel. Following his talks with the Chancellor, Dr. Prinz expressed the hope that Bonn's new relationship with Israel would have a moderating effect on Arab beligerence toward Israel He added that West Germany's new role in the Middle East mighl give support to Arab moderates such as President Hablb Bourguiba a member of the United Nations Human Rights Commission, out lined at length at the commission's annual meeting here the discriminations being practiced by Soviet authorities against Russian Jews Justice Cohen spoke on the draft before the commission against all forms of religious intolerance. He said the greatest achievement mi bud.ed in (lie dralt was that it covered theistic. non-theistic and atheistic beliefs to ensure that dis re :ani of the freedom of religion He insisted that the intolerance Inherent in any religion was also inherent in the belief that no religion can be true. He quoted the Marxist dogma that "religion is the opium of the masses." It was a matter of "bitter and fateful tragedy" he continued, that the Jewish people and the Jewish religion were the main and "quite hopeless" victims of maniacal religious Continued on Page 8-A expect political support from West recenl discovery at the is.tiTnMi ti.. h-ul collection of 53 shekels Germany once diplomatic ties had !>een established. :=ntinued on Page 2-A ,.., |u)w ,„„,,,. way Dr. Erhard told Dr. Prinz that he alone had taken the decision to si ek full ( Spain Denies Charge Of Shippers in Israel STEPS Will BE TAKEN PAGE 9-A By Special Report Negotiations are %  s -*1 Israeli merchant ships, as claimed by the shiners ol that nation." WASHINGTON—Information DeDeclares the report: "Israeli liplomatic relations with l)a i| lllt .nt of the Embassy ol Spain hips lor some time have been Israel "without any outside eonsidWa snington DC revealed this calling at the ports of Malaga and erations except that of conscience. that reports originating in Palma de Mallorca. without pre' lerusalem regarding Israeli ships viously requesting permission from The Chancellor added that he took a great deal ol pride in the decision. The Jewish leader expressed his disappointment thai the West German Parliament had extended the Continued on Page 7-A lhat have been refused port services in Spain are arousing considerable surprise in Madrid According to the report. "Span ish eudes explain that governmental authorities have not changed their procedure regarding Spanish authorities and without meeting consular and customs requirements which are normal for vessels of all nations and common practice lor all world shippers "As long as Israeli vessels lim12-A Continued on Page Erhard Happy With Move Chancellor Ludwig Erhard promises Dr. Joachim president of the American Jewish Congress that West y's diplomatic relations with Israel will bo "more than %  ality." Following a private meetina with Dr. Erhard in lorf. Dr. Frinz expressed hope tha'. Bonn's new relationK ith Israel would have a moderating effect on Arab N-~ercmce toward Israel. B INN (JTAi Chancellor l.ud w i 8 Erhard told the German peo pie, in a nationwide television broadcast last w.ek-nd. that he was "verj glad" he had decided to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. "1 took that decision all by myself," he declared. Utei all, 86 other stales also recognize Israel, and the Arabs no not find this out of order. The Arab excitement (over this step) will disappear in due course." West Germany has meanwhile. mdertaken a "behind lh( scenes" nethod for continuing economic rd to Egypt, which the Bonn GOA eminent had announced recently it would halt, the Sunday Telegraph reported in London from Bonn According to the newspaper, German aid would continue through industrial loans to be extended to Egypt by the Hermes Insurance Organization, instead of directly from the Government. In return, the Bonn disp.itch stated, Egypt has oro mised not to extend recognition to Communist East Germany, and not to confiscate West German property in Egypt. Other dispatches, received here From Cairo, reported that Egypt has agreed not to recognize East Germany for fear thai, il it did. about 400 West German rocket and jet aircraft scientists, now working Continued on Page 5-A



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April 9, 1965 +JewJsfi ncrldllan Paqe 3-A i!' ers 0 | the Printing Group of the General Services Division, ifiS Combined Jewish Appeal, meet with Division Chairman Wexler and Printing Chairman Arthur D. Weiss at the ^deration Board Room to plan their campaign. Left to right Sheldon Weiss, co-chairman. Printing Division; Arthur D. tfeiss chairman, Printing Division; and Irving Wexler, chairon> Geneial Services Division. :al Leaders to Examine Soviet Jewish light at Temple Israel Meeting Apr. 15 conference <>f local Jewish 'The Passover season is an apdcrship "ill examine the plight propriate time for us to look to our line Soviet Jews on Thursday responsibility for those Jews who L 15 at 8 p.m. i are denied not only their cultural temple Israel will be the meetheritage but indeed their lives." place of the presidents of Rabbi Kronish said. "This year the cat Jewish organizations and Soviet had indicated that matzohs iteration Board of Governors would be baked, but already there will view The Price of Siare reports that in only a few H," a documentary film, and areas is this true." hear Henry Sieyman, head of. Local organizations represented ^rams and activities in inter-, m the South Florida Conference portal developments of the Naon Soviet Jewry are American 111 Community delations Advis-. Jewish Committee, American JewCouncil, discuss the current j s h Congress. American Zionist lation. Council, B*nai B'rith — ADL. Faru, a u .„ band Labor Zionist Order. Greater Biegm.n represent NCRAC on Miamj Jcwjsh FcdcraUonHadas sah, Jewish War Veterans. Miz rachi. National Council of Jewish Women, Pioneer Women, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Union of American Hebrew Con: gregations. United Synagogue of i America. Zionist Organization of prior lo joining N'CRAC. SiegAmerica. served as executive director Ithe American Association for '" u:ll: ''" HI .: wjirui %  .„;-. li1l | la Pre-Possover Reading This week's edition of The Jewish Floridian carries advertising and reading matter pertinent to the pre-Passover season in Sec. A through D. For your information, be sure to see these interesting holiday features and announcements. Rabbi Narot Will Speak to Lodge Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel, will be principal speaker at the annual installation dinner of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on May 2 at the DiLido Hotel. Judge Jason M. Berkman. Jusi tice of the Peace for Dade County's Fifth District, will serve as master of. ceremonies. George J. iTalianoff. a past president of the lodge and former state chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will act as, installing officer. Joseph L. Goodman will be installed as president, succeeding Gerald Schwartz. Irving Schatzman has been reelected honorary life president. Members of the dinner committee for the kosher function, which is open to the community, include Schatzman. Goodman, Schwartz. Samuel Weiner. past president, and secretary. Samuel Pascoc. Conference of Presidents of %  jor American Jewish Organilions and has served as chairin of the Committee on Comfnity Follow-Up of the AmeriJewish Conference on SovJewry. Temple lion Sisterhood The 1965 donor dinner dance sponsored by Temple Zion Sisterhood is stated for Saturday, evn-.j ing at the Seville Hotel. Chairing the affair are .Mrs. Jesse Teitier and Mrs. Albert Lynn. Bundestag Chief Won't Explain Directors Past BONN—(JTA) —Dr. Eugcn Gerstenmaier. president of the Bundestag, the lower House of Parliament, has rejected charges of the Organization of Persecuted Nazi Victims, an alleged Communist group, that Bundestag Director Hans Trossman ever worked with the Nazi authorities as an admin istrator in the Lodz ghetto. "The Bundestag will not permit certain political circles to maintain a defamation campaign against personalities with the sole purpose of undermining the free part of Germany and to smear it before the world." Dr. Gerstenmaier said. Mr. Trossman confirmed the fact that he worked as a governI ment councillor from the end of 1940 until 1943, and later as top government councillor for the administration department, which checked prices in Lodz. In that : connection, he said, he also had something to do with administration of the ghetto, but "never put a foot inside the ghetto." Meanwhile, Herbert Blankenhorn, newly-appointed. West Gar' man Ambassador to Britain, arrived in London on Tuesday to take up his post and refused to discuss an allegation that he had been a "nominal" member of the Nazi Party during the Hitler regime. "There is no need," he said, "for me to give any explanation about my background. Anyone who has lived in Germany during the last 20 years knows exactly what I have been and what I have dome." Tom Driberg. a Labor member of Parliament, made the Nazi membership charge against Mr. Idle East Studies, a national I organization that sponbd studies and research on the Idle East in American colleges univi iii He i isited Isand the Arab countries last fcth. abbi Leon Kronish, chairman, hh Florida Conference on Sov[Jewry, described this as the ol events designed bring to the attention of the Jewish and nun Jewish cornhe continuing maltreatbt of Jews in Russia despite the Bsional reports irom that govment that such is not the Interior Designs of Distinction for Over 39 Years... RICEARD PLUMER Miami RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS RICHARD PLUMER YACHT INTERIORS Jmple Zctmora lodel Seder temple Zamora Religious School Vents and faculty members will [ticipate in a model Seder on day at 10 a.m. Singing will fol[lass hrther for the model Seder I be Howard Manhoff. Class |her is Lisa ben. %  efreshments will be served by prhood. with room mothers and I !""< ol Religious School itu |is jointlj setting up and aerv I at the model Seder. RICHARD PLUMER BUSINESS INTERIORS At home, afloat, or in businaw, your requirements for quality decoratingcan be met at RICHARD PLUMER. Write for our brochures on the various interiors in which you are interested. f Ml NORTHEAST 40U STREET • MIAMI 37. FLORIDA • Telephone PLaz. 1-977* I % %  FOR SALE BY OWNER CBS 2-BE0R0OM1 BATH HOME Florida Room, good size kitchen, living room & dinette. Well kept yard. 11 Years old $15,000 120 NW 41st St., Miami. Call 758-5368 PROMINENT BAL TVILAH AVAILABLE FOR SEDURIM AND SERVICES. ALSO HIGH HOLY DAYS. Wl 5-1578 Poultry Schochet Wanted to work and live in Gainesville. FI.> Reply giving ge and background. P. KOIMAN, Gen. Delivery Miami Beach, Fla. pjnre '^auo 'nvmv a-vi BETH DIN OFFICE "ABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN |532 Woshirgton Ave., Miumi Bch Jt 1-1969 534-0271 $ ""65 DODGE""" 0Mi-r Fine Cart 7 n ^ Per %  ^a^aJ Dins er Day plus Mileage BEN'S RENTALS P 5 W. FLAGLER fR 3-0326 APE EMPLOYMENT ***• % %  SERVICE Ml .I-:M07 BAY WORKERS S6-FARE IRTAI PE WKKlY MAlDS *"TAURANT & HOTEL HELP FOR SALE HOME in Bricked Estates. Attractive 21 I bedroom, 2 bath home on lurgei (corner lot at S.W. 29th Road and ,2nd Ave. 1 Below market. Phone 635 0849. STUART REALTY^REAITOR j STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST lor Y.M.H.A. at 8500 S.W. 8th Street Call 221-8000 /-r Blankcuhorn Last week, stating that the German was "persona non grata because of his Nazi j l>a>t." HELP WANTED COOKS HELPER Male or Female tor Kosher Institution. Steady Work. 310 COLLINS AVE. "HALPERTS TROPHIES "Largest In The South" + Tropfcies Pieces HUM ** %  % %  + M.dals if Pewter Gavels Sil^r Bowling Trophies At Lowest Discount^ Prices 4th FLOOlT, "PANl" AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 150 S.E. 3rd Avenue, Miami 33131, Ph. 377-2353 I I RAT PROOFING A Specialty REGULAR PEST CONTROL FOR THE MOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. Rosie loved A aim was loved By almost everyone Rosie, the elephant, originally brought in by Carl Fisher to help clear his land, had a gentle nature that made her a hit with the children. She became a colorful fixture, hauling the youngsters about the beach in a gaily colored cart. Fisher, with an eye for publicity, imported a turbaned trainee from Calcutta as her attendant. But Rosie displayed an instant dislike for her would-be trainer by chasing him up a new water tower... and, subsequently, back to India. She made it up to Fisher in an event that was w.dely publicized on the nation's newsreels: Rosie caddied for President Harding while he golfed at Miami Beach, now 50 years young. remembered by the bank at the head of the Mali Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach Member of FDIC WSHiN6T0K HHtCOlKRO0M*U



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logo 14-C •. *>/.f fhridiari Fri i:\\ YORK — (JTA) — The criticiied this week the continua I Mning Freiheit the daily Yiddish tion of anti-Semitic propaganda in man) ignorant persons, w-spaper which malnUins a the Soviel Union "It seems that among them poisonous anti-Sern sharply among the anti-religious propaganites," the paper stated in an edi %  — — torial. The Freiheit noted that, earlier week, the Ai in Jewish Conference on Soviel Jewry pub lished •! report about an article in "Zviasda." of Minsk, largest daily in Byelorussia which had con pred no canards about alleged Jewish ritual practices, condemned Judaism ;is a religion that "defends what is rotten and dead." and %  barged that American Jewish organizations are headed by such fcaders ol big business as Guggen anda convinces no 01 rtists oi the Soviet l nion. there are Rockefeller. The latter (wo are not contrary, v.. ignorant persons, often jews. The editorial stated that the Freiheit would ignore a report of ihis nature it there had been indications rf trial and punishment of other anti-Semitic authors in the USSR, like Prof. Kitchko who had authored the infamous antiSemitic work "Judaism Without Embellishment." •The report from Minsk.'' stated the editorial, "'would not be acceptable to us it we had heard about action against the oilier 'anti-religious' bookTo our sorrow, we leim. Morgenthan, Harriman and know from experience that, in the ishl religious men in Am,.,,, *1 bis and others. ho .,,*• %  standing o ,„ n 7 "•""'' racisl M \i !, MS I, I .tsell she %  domdurin i Jg| V ;,IU| V"' S Ppcd h ''l>nZ Jewish newspaper urged % %  C? principles, th.. tional boundaries must cW, self and hall all ann-rei,^;*!!, agandaofa, ilar and harafcjj ""'" A """ Propasanta l 11 kmd onl) p y s in:,. t htbj ol the cold V Vl %  • Mrs. Elizabeth Toth, 64, of 2272 SW 5th St.. spins the "Wheel ot Fortune" that indicates the amount of Social Security beneits payable at the age of 65 or 62. Assisting her in the operation is Ted Wertheimer, manager of the Tamiami Branch of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. 1901 SW 8th St.. Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1901 SW 8th St. interested persons receive booklets and various types of literature covering Social Security subjects. 2% <* 6**Me Strictly Kosher, Evisc. POULTRY! KOSHER LE-PESACH 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 I We use only the plumpest, juiciest, young fish—fresh from icy Northern lakes. We add just the right pinch of apices. 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. Kosher for Passover Parevo from the spotless kitchens ol Mother's Food Products, inc Newark 5. N L ..and don't forget Mother's Borscht I I %  I I I I I I I I I Just imogine the cleanliness ani the labor you save, by having yoor poultry cleaned and koshered, ready to distribute to your customers. A tremendous amount of effort has been put in to advance our industry and to give the kosher botcher sojmething new and better to give to his customers. Now we can offer that service. Take advantage of it. Contact oar dealers— Price Them and see the difference. \ CARMEL KOSHER POULTRY, INC. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. JE 1-3411 fjj no V <*. Jtfl *. 4th AVI. MIM.JA'-;>' J TU7-2697 WE HANDLE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF KOSHER POULTRY & POULTRY PARTS OF 2.UCCH S&t&&i France NOW UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA % 



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ridoy. April 9. 1965 "JenlsMrrldflir Page 5-B AND WIN irinrs from Isravl koshvr for Vnssorvr CARMEL JERUSALEM Concord Concord Grape Malaga Red Natural Sweer Rishon White Medium Adorn Alic Dry White Table Partom Dry Red Table Sharir Topaz Muscatel Horowitz Jfr#r#lii finr Hoods for Pasxorrr MIXES Potato Pancake .49 Sponge Cake .63 Chocolate Cake .63 Coffee Cake .63 Honey Cake .63 Golden Yellow Cake .63 Chocolate Fudge Brownies .63 MATZOHS Plain Matzoh ea. .51 Thin Tea Matzoh ea. .51 Whole Wheat Matzoh ea. .55 Egg Matzoh ea. .65 Chocolate Coated Egg Matzoh ea. .85 MACAROONS Coconut .99 Chocolate Fingers .99 Chocolate Dipped .99 TREE-RIPENED FRUITS California Moist Pak 4.59 tin California Assorted Glace of nuts, dates 4.59 tin California Assorted Glace of nuts and nut dates 4.59 tin California Crystallized Citrus Peels .59 ea. JM FOODS. FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI Sorry, no C.O.D.'s PARK FREE! SHOP JM TONIGHT TIL 9:30



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Friday. April 9. 1965 Jml$fi tturUtM) Page 11-B %  tt g/zbout jjcople and f^L EXACTLY ALIKE Eleanor a'"' ( ,lls F" cucr had two dinner par. .iwestview Country Club a week apart. They %  re exactly alike, crumb for crumb. Music was dared during cocktails and dinner. Then came MTd-playing. Round tables for eight were all in vcllow. with tall standards holding the yellow and "mtrple floral arrangements. This made it easy for dinner companions to see each other's faces without a bunch of flowers in the way. Among guests at the last par'.v were Alma and Lou Bieler, Helen an d Irving Greenfield, Martha and Stanley Myers. Eva and Ben Hartley, Florence and Isadore Heeht Sylvia and Sidney Lofcourt. Lucille and \1 Sadler. Ann Sadowsky, Mareella and Aaron Kanner and Phyllis and Larry Rosenberg. GETTING TO KNOW YOU llene and Sam Luby Jr. had an intimate dinner parly in their new home on North Bay Road for Barbara and Arthur Bernstein and Jo and Arthur Hose"all. who have just become part of the Luby Leasing Company. Also present were Joan and Chester Luby. from New York, and the Senior Sam Lubys Talk was all about the latest rocket. Sam Jr. bad been invited to Cape Kennedy for the space shot, so he was able to discuss it firsthand. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIAMI BEACH It was a big birthday parly for Miami Beach's 50th birthday held at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. A thousand new and old timers had lunch I" gether. The most envied person sitting at the bead table was Janet, the wife of Mayor Melvin Richard, She was sitting next to Maurice Chevalier! Janet told him that the mayor would like i" trade hair with him. because he still has lots. He answered with adorable accent. "1 would be ha pp. in give him my hair for his age!" jackii Gieason wore a red carnation. Among the thousand guests were Ann (Mrs. Joseph) Liptun. Hope and Rock) Pomerance, Dr. J. A. Greenaces ... house. Nettie (Mrs. Philip) Lefkowitz, Inez Krensky With Helen and Morris l.ipp. Rose and Sam beitzer, Winnie and Leo Chaiken, Belle and Eman. uel Goldatrltch, Carl Gardner, Dave Emmer, Rode Weiss, wilh Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Rosen, Alvin Cassel. Hetene (Mrs. Bob) Jackson. Also IJuth (Mrs. Sam) Weisen, Sally and her husband Judge Harold Spaet, Ethel (Mrs. Paul) Allen and Myra and Aaron Karr. • • % %  ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER LUNCHEON This is the season for luncheons. Florence -Mrs Joseph) Cooper and Mrs. Jane Weisman had a very charming one for 65 guests at Westview Country Club. Full blown red and yellow tulips were the centerpieces at the small tables, where Ihe guests found their placccards after they had "oohed" and 'abed'' over the buffet table. Later, cards were played in the Gold Coast Room. Among guests wereMrs. Edward Caller (Mrs. Cooper'., daughter), Mrs. J. J. Luria. Mrs. Martin Block. Mrs. Irene Broidy. Mrs. Joseph Paslernack. Mrs. Lillian Bayuk. Mrs. Harry Orleans. Mrs. Manuel Joseloff. Mrs. Milton Lesser. Mrs. Carl Ftlin.er. Mrs. Milton lloliner. Mrs. Samuel Gerson, and Mrs Robert Rodenberg. FIVE LEFT BEHIND Sophia and Mai Knglander left on a cruise to celebrate their 22nd wedding anniversary. It was the first time thai they had gone on a cruise. Both of them are good fishermen, but Sophia was not so sure that she would be a good sailor The live Englandcr children loft behind had great plans of their own. They planned to behave. DOES MACY'S TELL GIMBELS? Guess who won the Fifty Dollar gift certificate from Jordan Marsh given at the Temple Israel Sisterhood donor luncheon'.' II was Stella. Wife of Alfred H. Daniels, president of Burdine's. Frances Lehman lebrew Academy "Ima'' was introduced at |he initial liie membership luncheon of the "Hebrew Academy Women held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander SGross last Thursday. The privilege of becominq an Ima" is limited to liie members of the organization. A special '!Iina" (the Hebrew "ord for mother) plaque bearioq the : nomes of life members will be placed in the auditorium of the school. Left to righ*. are Mesdames Leonard Rosen, president of the Academy Women. Morris Bienenfeld, co-chairman of the afternoon, Joseph Shapiro, M. H. Rosenhouse, membership chairman, and Alexander Gross. \\ MIAMI'S *MHST CHINESE RESTAURANT The Clun* JttaiJ 99 SERVING AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD! 9040 Bird {SW. 4Gth St.) Ph. 226-0331 COMPLETE DINNERS We Alto HAV Compile Take.Out-Mmi OPMI 3 to 10 Ml. SUNDAY 7 to 9 fM. (Closed TuWr) I00o ^W-CONDITrONlD GERMAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT Gasthaus Edelweiss Specializing in German-American Cuisine DINNER SERVED DAILY 4-9 P.M. SATURDAY TIL 1 A.M. I7 "l Delaware Parkway Reservation Call NE 4-6373 <27th Ave at N.W. 17th St.——____CLOSED """""' MM CAM1WIA GOOD FOOD FAST SERVICE — REASONABLE PRICES Coring "UMCHtONS" for Business Men and Women Across from Columbus Hotel at 111 NE. Third Avenue KING ARTHURS COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Owner Sponsoring an exclusive premiere of Israel's first full-lengtr feature film in Hebrew with English subtitles, 'They Were Ten," are the Women's Division and the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress. Discussing the theatre party, which will be held at the Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday. Apr. 20, and Wednesday, Apr. 21, with proceeds earmarked for the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem are (far left) Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president, Juctine Chapter Women's Division; Mrs. Irving J. Kaplan (center), fund-raisin:, chairman, Women's Division; and Mrs. Harold Druker (fcr right), fund-raising chairman, Justine Chapter. NOW! FAVORED DISHES OF FAMOUS AMERICAN RESTAURANTS Included this coming week are Chateaubriand of New York, Scandia of California, Jacques of Chicago, and other equally popular and noted dining spots. Each evening of the week you may enjoy a different gourmet menu featuring the foods of these restaurants who have entrusted to us their priceless recipes. THE BAYVIEW ROOM DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Also a la cane menu. Service 6 to II p m. Dinner dancing, rxcep' Monday. Reservations. Frank, 379-8861



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rage 2-A T to Launch $2.5 Million Campaign At Annual Dinner Meeting Here Sunday DIRECTOR VIEWS THE v PROGRAM ... PAGE JO-A \ campaign t-r two and a hall million dollars for throe new fac titles for the YM-YWHA of GreatMiami will be launched at the initial dinner meeting of the "Y" on Sunday evening at the central building, 8500 SW 8th St., it was Dounced bj Herschel Rosenthal, I esident. The new facilities planned by the • Y Development Fund Steering Committee, u n d %  r t*e chairmanlip of Leo Kaplan, include buildi .ys in the North Dade and Miami ei eta areas, ill addition to the central "Y" recently acquired t irough the purchase of the forwestbrooke Country Club. Sam Seitlin will serve as dinner chairman. The evening will begin at 6 p.m., with a reception, and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. The annual meeting will be conducted starting at %  ":30 p.m. Stanley C. Myers, past president of the "Y" and of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be toastmaster. Greetings will be given by Gen. Z. A. Evans, board chairman of the United Fund, and Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Federation. New officers and hoard members will be elected to serve for the coming year. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am. +Jmlstifk>rkf£an will deliver the invocation, while Rabbi Samuel April. Temple Or Olom. will offer the benediction. Serving on the Dinner Committee with Seitlin are A. Budd Cutler, honorary president, MrIn ing Denmark. Mr. and Mrs Jacob Katzman. Norton Pallot. Mrs. Donald Rieff. Mrs Sam Seitlin and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. jralay. April 9, Regional Bible Contest Here ADL Director To be Speaker At Temple Judea Following worship services on Friday, at 8:15 p.m.. Temple Judea will play host at a Discussion Sabbath to Irwin Schulman, director of the Florida Regional office of the Anti-Dcf:imation League of B'nai B'rith Schulman has been connected with the ADL since 1956. when at the age of 27 he was appointed assistant director of the Leagues Atlanta office. Prior to that, he did graduate work and taught at the Universities of North Carolina and Hawaii. Since coming to the ADL. Schulman has played a leading role in the civil rights struggle in the South. From 1957 to 1964. he was ADL director in N e w Orleans, w here he was responsible for the League's program in Arkansas. Louisiana and Mississippi, and was involved in combating both anti-Semitism and race hatred in the Little Roek. New Orleans and Jackson, Miss., crises Listed in 'Who's Who in the DOUBLE UNVEJUNG HARRY GORDON and mother ADELE GORDON The Dedication of Monuments to the Memory of the late HARRY GORDON and mother ADELE CORDON will take place on Sunday, April 11th, at 1 p.m. at the Family Plot in M*. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Blockstone Now Kosher Retirement 'U' Hotel By GERALD The I II • i -long a Miami B >ach mark — will be converted into ;i completely kosher retirement hotel on Passover eve, April 16. Announcement of the grand opening of the Blackstone — featuring two all-new kitchens with the most modern of stainless steel equip ment — was made jointly by Dr. Michael Sossin. owner and operator, and by the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. The "U" — as th Union is popularly known — will provide full kashruth supervision with a resident mashgiach. Diabetic and salt-free diets will be available as the famed Blackstone enters another milestone. It was just 10 years ago that the famed hostelry was converted into a retirement hotel by Dr. Sossin. Regional finalist examination for the National Bible Contest was held at the offices of the Bureau of Jewish Education on Mar 28 Winner of the Regional Contest will enter the National Contest in New York City on Sunday. May 2 First prize will be a free trip to Israel this summer. Regional contest is under the directfin of Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Herbert Zvi Bergcr. associate director. Finalists included Herbert Shi mek. Beth Torah: Michael Barth. Beth Torah: Marty Bi| skf brew High School: Alan£J Temple Israel: Harry Weii brew Acaderm Henrietla Langer, Beth I Marilyn Langfeld. Tempi* Dan Margulis. Temple „ Sharon Leopold. Beth Torjh Tony Sal/man. Temple Joan Lehrman, Adath YesLaura Leven. Temple hrae* da Cohen. Temple IsrSeld Azula>. Hebrev Aoadenn David Skup Adath Ye !" Marcia Cypen, Beth Daviifl Greenberg, llebiew Acaden,! South and Southwest." Schulman has also served as a consultant on intergroup relations to the Nation al Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. and the United States Air Force. Schulman will talk on "Now Will You Join the John Birch Society'.''' A question and answer period will follow. Holy Text Fragment Fuond At Massada Continued from Page 1A and hall shekels which, together with the 1" found lasl year, constitute the largest single groub known l<> exist and the onl> ones in u definite singlj archaeological level which confirms their dating at beB6 i" T:; Common Era. Summarizing the results f the excavations. Dr. Yadin reported thai a total of 3.000 coins were found at the site as well as more than 1,000000 potter) 11 ments One of the fortn ss mysteries ••til'. D Yadtn pointed out. was :ho fact that only 28 skeletons have been found of the 970 defender.-. known to haVe died al the site He said I 0 cubic meters "i earth and stone ted in the i ourse <>f the 11 months ol ex cavation which uncovered aboul HI miles ol walls and many buildSCHWARTZ a member of the official Florida Commission on Agi Dr. Sossin, past president of Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood and past president of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, is active in numerous local and national Jewish and Zionist organizations. A specialist in the field of social gerontology, he will continue his personal supervision of all activities at the Blackstone. fhe remainder of the hotel is undergoing a complete refurbishing, with the large and handsome lobbies already repainted and refurnished. Traditional seders will be conducted during Passover, as the Blackstone Retirement Hotel joins in the yearlong, gala celebration of Miami Beach's fun filled 50th anniversary .—Adv. A GIFT TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SAVES LIVES HERE AND IN ISRAEL Moyshie Friedberq TERMITES SWARMING? FOR SALE DOUGLAS ROAD •OLD ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT! 160 FT. ON DOUGLAS ROAD "CORNER" > L 16 Years Same Owner Consider Partner with Option to Buy— 110' Depth £ Extra Lot lor Parking For Further Derails Call HI 6-6480 fc^ 0 e*v ewtce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Lit>st Styes for Men ,intl V. M FREE PARK.NG SPAC REAP CONVENIENT TO BUbES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the V Phone JE 80749 Oeui.' iptions Filled CONTACT LENSES TRADITIONAL $ Third Seder Celebration Commemorating the Seventeenth Anniversary OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL AND Honoring MR. AND MRS. JACOB RIFKIN Sunday, April 18.1965 6:00 P.M. FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL FRENCH AND JADE ROOMS MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA GUEST OF HONOR JOHN F. HENNING UNITED STATES UNDER SECRETARY OF IABOR SPONSORED BY ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE SAV HenGREATER MIAMI COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL SERVICES IN ISRAEL K'JPAT H0LIM MRS JACK S PCP:C. 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Page. 12-A +Jewish ncrtdiam Friday. April 3, i North Shore B'nai B'rith Lodge Will Install Officers at a Banquet Sunday Jack L. Burstein, president North Members of the IK Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. has than Askow. ,i 0Mp ) been reelected and will be installed Herman Prank Morris with a new slate of officers at the Louis Katz. Max Krtt lodge's banquet and show at the Lebowitz. Arthur L?e, j n Carillon Hotel on Sunday at 6 p.m. chuck. Abraham Minded Berger „ Young leaders pledge their support to strengthen the programs of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Standing (left to right) are Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Gershon Miller, representing Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith; Stanley Caidin, North Shore B'nai B'rith; Ainslee Ferdie. Jewish War Veterans and Temple Zamora,Abraham Grunhut, Miami Beach Zionist District; David Stein, JNF Committee of Morton Towers. Seated (left to right) are Moses Grundwerg, Beth Israel Congregation; Zvi Berger. assistant director, Bureau of Jewish Education; Meyer Siegel, Brandeis Zionist District; and Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora. Madrid Denies Port Refusal To Ships of Israel Continued from Pago 1-A itcd calls to only one or two Spanish ports and these were not on a regular schedule, the Spanish authorities took no steps against this situation. But with the recent inI crease of calls by Israeli flag ships I and their inclusion of other ports Iin eastern and southern Spain, Spanish authorities have requested I that such vessels, having no conj sular representation in Spanish I territory, restrict their stops to the • %  ON THE OCEAN THE BEST VALUE OF ALL IS CAMELOT ports of Malaga and Palma de Mallorca. where Israeli ships with tourists are accustomed to call. "The aforementioned requirement, it is pointed out, has always been made with sufficient advance notice, so that Israeli ships en route to a Spanish port could ar range such stops without difficulty or inconvenience. "Madrid comment also empha sized that the measure is a purely administrative one and in accordance with international regulations, having no political character and not being due to response to pressure by any foreign nation." — •i.irif Also to be installed are Arnold "" and Joseph Zenw Fein, Samuel Greenfield, William j Aaron K Sheade and Irvine C. Levine, vice chairman presidents; E. Alfred Kowen. chaplain; Nate Glickman. parliamen larian; Norman Superstein, treasurer; Richard Bergman, rejyjrding secretary; Norman Sevin, corresponding secretary;. Aaron Berger. dnancial secretary; Sam Miller, guardian; and Morris Lunch, warj Father Charles K Coug den. by millions ul radio Ik Installation will be conducted by %  years before World past presidents of the lodge, with the exception of guest speaker. At Camelot Hall, we give our residents the very maximum in value for every rental dollar. The fact that we are the most successful hi rise apartment building on the Gold Coast is strong evidence of the fullmeasure of ocean front living that we offer. Newly completed Camelot Hall is practically at full capacity (further proof of desirability), however, there are several choice apartments ready for immediate occupancy at moderate rentals. 1 and 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS from $200 a month :AMELOT HAH RENTAL APARTMENTS 10185 COLLINS AVENUE BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA PHONE UN 5-0535 Father Couc Retirement Te ROYAL OAK. Mich _( mons and lectures, anno %  %  : Paul Seiderman, who is past chairretirement from public man of the Regional Board of the weekend, and his resignu Anti-Defamation League. Nathanj pastor of the Shrine of f ,el Glickman, assistant professor j r lower, of physiology, School of Medicine | The 73-year old Roman ( the University of Miami, will clergyman bean M toast master. Seymour Tyson, vice president, Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, will offer the invocation. Leo Steinman, CVCA chairman of the 5th District B'nai B'rith, is installing officer, and Mayor Melvin Richard will extend greetings from the City of Miami Beach. tionwide attention in | 1930's. He once called Franklin D. Roosevelt a" and betrayer, and sai. New York banking firm "u control of Jews' had nance the Russian revohi He voiced the same vie. cial Justice, a publication! ed. Adath Yeshurun CJA Breakfast Leaders of Temple Adath YeshuI run met for tha congregation's ; Combined Jewish Appeal Breakfast on Sunday and heard Rabbi Charles E. Shulman, spiritual lead. er of Riverdale Temple of New | York City, dicuss the needs of CJA | both at home and abroad. Rabbi Shulman, who has made frequent study trips to Israel, North Africa and Europe, reported on his survey of UJA-supported installations and agencies which are made possible through annual contributions to the Miami campaign. Morris Brodsky and Al Kestler wart co-chairmen of the temple drive and of the breakfast, which was part of the newly-instituted North Dade synagogue campaign on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal. Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun, introduced the guest speaker. Following Dr. Shulman's talk. Rabbi Caplan told of the important local agencies that are also supported by the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. "This is our community's central Jewish organization, and it is incumbent upon us to provide outstanding support for CJA and its 41 agencies, locally, nationally, and overseas." Rabbi Caplan declared. Passover Seder To be Telecast A special television broadcast of the Passover Seder will be seen Thursday. Apr. 15. 7 p.m.. over Station WTIIS, Ch. 2. Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kneseth Israel Congregation; Marjorie Brown, choir director of Temple Or Olom; and Ira Buchwald. a student of the Solomon Schechter School at Temple Emanu-El, will I be featured. Script used lor the broadcast | was written by Louis Schwartzman. I executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, who will act as narrator. It will include the traditional Kiddush, the "Four Questions." "Dayenu," "Grace AftI er Meals," "Adir Hu," "Had Gadyah," and other appropriate melo1 dies. opportunity does knock When opportunity first knocked with the announcement Treasure House North was 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 wonderfui Treasure Island location on Biscayne Bay... and all tha other features that made Treasure House North an immediate success... knock, knock... it's TREASURE HOUSE SOUTH WATERFRONT RENTAL APARTMENTS 7501 EAST TREASURE DRIVE TREASURE ISLAND, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 865-7441



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i,-Apr" 1965 *Jft*i*#> nr/riaft^f? Paqe 11-A ^§p*> Vatican Changes Conversion Plea \ ia H. Lang Cleft) and Albert J. Hirs>ch (right), co-chairmen eCamelo* Hall Breakfast on behalf of the 1965 Combined fch Appeal, are shown at the Sunday morning vent last (tend, when over 55 neighbors attended the first CJA 1 at one of Miami Beach's newest highrise apartmen'.s %  heard CIA Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman tell of his misJto Israel and Europe. In addition to the co-chairmen, Ibers of the committee included Harrv Bernstock. Jack tt. Benjamin R. Bresler. Dr. Samuel Glassman. William Jacob M. Jacobs, Albert Selden, Charles Sommer and kes A. Steinberg. ROME — (JTA> — The text of a prayer for the conversion of the Jews chanted in Roman Catholic churches on Holy Week was rei leased here this week by the VatiI can, fully revised. It replaces ex' pressions which could be considered offensive to Jews with expressions friendly to Jews in spirit. However, it does not eliminate the | praying for Jews that they eventuj ally "recognize the redeemer of all. our Lord Jesus Christ." The prayer, revised by Pope i Paul VI. was originally entitled "Prayer for the Conversion of the Jews." Its title has now been •changed to simply "Prayer tor the lews." The revised prayer becomes 'effective during the Holy Week of Apr. II to 17. In New York, a spokesman for the Reman Catholic Archdiocese told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the revised prayer, having been promulgated by the Vatican, has become universal practice of the church and is being followed by the church in New York and around the world. Four years ago, the late Pope John XXIII eliminated from the Good Friday liturgy the words "perfidious Jew." The old prayer reads: "Prayer for the conversion of the Jews. Let us also pray for the Jews: That our God and Lord would withdraw the veil from their hearts: That they also may acknowledge our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us pray. Almighty and eternal God who drives not away from his memory even the Jews; hear our prayers which we offer for the blindness of that people; that acknowledging the light of your troth, which is Christ, they may be delivered from their darkness." The revised prayer reads: "Pray, er for the Jews. Let us pray for the Jews. Our Lord deign to let your face shine upon them. So that even they may recognize the redeemer of all. our Lord Jesus Christ. O AImighty and eternal God who has I made his promises to the people of I Abraham beloved by God, heed with kindness the prayer of your Church, that those who once were your chosen people will be able to I attain the fullness of grace and redemption." Hall of Fame On Miami Beach Plans for the establishment of a Miami Beach Hall of Fame honoring those persons who have contributed most to the development ol the community were announced this week by John II. Payne Jr., president of the Miami Beach First National Bank. The project was officially launched Wednesday in conjunction with the city's 50th anniversary' celebration now in progress. Inaugural ceremonies were held at the bank during which names of the first 10 persons elected to membership in the Hall of Fame were an' nounced and their portraits un: veiled. The first edition of the Hall of i Fame will consist of prominent pioneers, all deceased, who were instrumental in the city's early de Ivclopment. Additional memebers, I both living and dead, will be electeri annually and their pictures add>ed to the display in the bank lobby. Eventually the bank plans to present the Hall of Fame collection to the City of Miami Beach for permanent installation in the city hall, library or other appropriate location. FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN AT lltli ST. mil WEST AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH OPEN 9-5 end BY APPOINTMENT RENTALS: EFFICIENCIES, DELUXE EFFICIENCIES, BEDROOM APARTMENTS, DELUXE BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 1Vi BATHS. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS WITH 2 BATHROOMS TOWE RS APARTME NTS 1100 WEST AV1NUI • MIAMI BIAfH ON BlAU'HUl BISCAYNf BAV ] MICHAEL FORTT f f Muildu-Owff "^ "•M GIMMM*, AA Architect *•'* en**** **•* e ,mt TELEPHONE 532-7815 V • PRIVATE TERRACES \ • CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING • PRIVATE PARKING • ELEVATOR SERVICE • DOORMAN SERVICE • DELUXE KITCHENS • INTERIOR CORRIDORS • SERVICE CORE • BATHROOMS • WALK-IN CLOSET* \^ • 3 SWIMMING POOLS • 1200 FOOT BOARDWALK • COFFEE SHOP RESTAURANT • YACHT BASIN • FURNISHED APARTMENTS • 4 HUUR SECURITY UUARD 1



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Page 4-A +Jewish fkrktlar -Jewish Florldlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish Flortdl-jn does not guarantee the Ka<*hrutb of the mtrohandise advertised in Its column*. Published every Friday since 127 by The Jewish PlorldteB at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Poetaae Paid at Miami. Florida. Tha Jewish Florldian has absorbed the •'•"'•"-""'V.oVie the Jewish Weekly. Member of the.Jswis* Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. WWWwMtH*"! Service Nation.. Editorial Assn. "£Z%***~** English-Jewish Newspapers, and ths Florid a Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..-_ One Year S6.00 Three Years 112.00 Out of Town Upon Request Friday. April 9, 1965 7 Nisan 5725 Volume 38 Number 15 The Statute Has Not Been Extended A clarification of basic procedure is necessary in describinq the West German move with respect to the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. Despite world pressure, which had been mountinq during the past few months, Bonn did not in fact, extend the statute of limitations, as is beinq superficially reported. What really occurred was this: The Bundestaq, the lower house of the West German Parliament, merely voted to a!*9r the date on which the statute of limitat.ons qoes into effect. Under ordinary circumstances, the statute would become operative en May 8, 1945, twenty years after Nazi Germany capitulated to the A! The bill the Bundestaq accepted simply declares that the statute of limitations instead went into affect on December 31, 1949, when the Federal Republic reqained its sovereiqnty. Hence, the statute is still leqally bindinq throuqh 1969. This must be clearly understood in any intelliqent assessment of the West German reaction to the risinq world pressure for extension of the statute. Many Germans have been bitterly opposed to alteration of the expiration date. Minister of Justice Ewald Bucher resiqned in anqry response to the BunRabbi Kronish's Role Announcement of the appointment of Rabbi Leon Kronish as new chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization bodes well for the organization in its programs during the year ahead. Rabbi Kronish, a lifelong and ardent Zionist whose profound interest in the State of Israel was immediately manifest with the establishment of the State, has an enviable record of leadership and achievement both locally and nationally. Active for many years in Israel Bond affairs here, his assumption of the helm of the organization is a fitting tribute to his endeavor as a rabbi and an active participant in the affairs of his community and country. Rabbi Kronish's appointment symbolizes the increasing extent to which our spiritual leaders are expressing themselves and offerinq their knowledqe and capabilities, not alone in their pulpits, but to the civic, welfare and philanthropic activities of our city, as well. Rabbi Kronish has amply demonstrated his leadership qualities in all these areas. His latest appointment is not only a tribute to him, but a promise to the community of a job well done. destaq's leqal jugqling of the still-unchanged statute. On the one hand, it is true that expiration would permit many criminals now living in concealment either in Germany or abroad finally to emerge with impunity. On the other, from a purely objective point of view, it is understandable that the Federal Republic and many of its citizens clearly regard expiration aa one more sign of flight from the past and as a socially acceptable form of expiation <>i guilt To the Germans, extension of the statute would clearly and simply mean extension of their period of penance. We, of course, join with the forces of outraged world opinion that consider it impossible for Nazi war criminals ever to be freed from the burden of their heinous deeds by the mere passing of time. It is unhappy enough that only four and a half more years could be wrested from the Federal Republic in the matter of prosecuting these criminals. The unhappiness should not be compounded by the failure to understand that there has been no extension of the statute of limitations, but some legal maneuvering instead. Study of U.S. Jewry We must applaud the decision by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to approve the first comprehensive national study of American Jewry. The project will be undertaken by the Council's Special Committee on Population Studies. The American Jewish community has been growing rapidly in its organized endeavor. Unfortunately, we have had to rely all too often on the statistics of individual organizations with respect to population figures and other significant data. These, at best, give an unobjective view of a truer picture that the CJFWF study will happily uncover through the two-year research of its social scientists. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, the overall coordinating body of federations throughout the nation, is distinctly fitted to the task ahead. Diplomatic Understanding The "basic exchange of views" between Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and British Prime Minister Harold Wilson tells us little about what in fact was discussed between the two leaders. Nevertheless, it is interesting enough to note that the two diplomats did come together, for it demonstrates so precisely what the course of history can do in the matter of reconcilinq two previous antagonists. The Suez-Sinai campaign of 1956-57 of course brought Britain and Israel together in an even more profound way. Fundamentally, however, this was Britain's final effort to regain a lost foothold in the Middle East. The Eshkol-Wilson meeting went beyond that. If England is not yet entirely reconciled to her non-existent role in Israel's part of the world, she at least shows greater diplomatic cordiality toward the nation whose emergence she so bitterly opposed. Now that the meeting is concluded, it would be interesting to speculate on the manner of a non-Laborite Prime Minister: what differences there might have been or if, in fact, Mr. Eshkol and a Tory occupant of No. 10 Downinq Street might have met at all. %  %  Friday, April Behind the Scenes 0f| The Birchers Today By BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN National Director, Anti Defamation League of B'nij R' M A NEW YORK TIMES reporter who followed Robert Wei ** der and head of the right-wing John Birch Societv on the South noted that Mr. Welch tends to be touchy while h* At one meeting, the reporter said, an attendant paced about ing for a physician in the audience. Mr. Welch stopped his tri?" asked why the man was "walking around like that Befor could answer, Mr. Welch told his audience that thikind of H' tion was a typical "dirty Communist trick." It so happens, according to the Times reporter the at was looking for a doctor. That's the way it goes with 64 year-old Robert Welch Carolina-born, former vice president of the welch Candy Co which, his brother and-T0r#pBr-preside4it, James 0. W'Vk-h. hJ* clear, does not share his viewpoint. Robert Welch describe/ self as the "hardboiled. dictatorial, and dynamic boss" ol the < he founded in Indianapolis in December, 1958. One ol ;he mJJu things about Welch is that he always appears jeric and oft* pears intelligent. The individual words he utters in his drj fjjsound all right, and sometimes whole phrases mak< sense, it £* haps, his mathematics that is off: in his world, two a: i iwo someti add up to three, sometimes to five, virtually nevei th.M MM HIS BtSTKNOWN TAKGIT IS IKt WELCH'S STATED PURPOSE is fighting back Communism In the United Stati tually overwhelmed us. His methods, beliefs, i udices can i nly cause concern nr an enge -n Pi rhap ; the best ii i hi ha scioi i tQ.be i %  r %  •• en Turn nine, a pul he Politician,' a Welch opus i ; ron, as-hit Kampf." In fact, attacks en the reading of the Nev are not adequate examples of the depth ol Birchiti> Tex., several j i, a local DM mber of the J n Bird took out after a book discussing Plato that her nd on a high school library shelf. "1 can't help but believi thai this | ideas in "The Republic! is one reason we have go ny sex nw walking around.", she said. She had good precedent for expecting action on her protest had earlier attacked a book called "Living Biographies of Reft Leaders," and the local school superintendent at first said he burn the book but later just removed it from the shelves. STATISTICS JUST AMN'T AVAILABU IN HIS "BLUE Book of the John Birch Society.' a ramblisj page volume of history, neo-history. poetry, and planning ib a transcript of the two-day lecture he gave at the founding sea Founder Welch itiic title is self-designated and ah.ays used the capital "^*yTs dazzlingly iconoclastic: "The John Birch Society is to be a monolithic body. A rq lican form of government or organization has many attractions i advantages, under certain favorable conditions. But under happy circumstances it lends itself to readily to infiltration, i tion, and disruption. And democracy, of course, in govemmwl 1 organizations, as the Greeks and Romans both found out, and asl believe every man in this room clearly recognized — democracy merely a deceptive phrase, a weapon of demagoguery. and a | nial fraud The John Birch Society will operate under compltf authoritative control at all levels ." There is no telling exactly how many people in the United SUIJ subscribe to this theory and type of organization. The John r Society has been semi-secret, and its reliance on the use of I groups is acknowledged by the Founder. Mr. Welch declines to I the numerical strength or financial organization of ihe Society' the grounds that "no organization does." (Many do.i However,r of several U.S. congressmen-members says that it has about %  men and women nationally, with California and Texas as retaW hotbeds of Birchitis. Dues are $24 a year for men. S12 f r .**V Less government and no income taxes are anumthe SoeiPq favorite themes in its efforts to stop Communism. The campaigns have many pet targets. A constant one B preme Court Justice Earl Warren. The Birch Society is all **1 his impeachment. Welch doesn't like him. he says becauseM "has taken the lead in converting this country to d< mocracy. rights campaign.are also part of the Communist i-'-M-pracy. wg believes. In "The White Book of the John Birch Society **JjV collection of the Society's monthly bulletins. Welch warns thatwi of the Protestant clergy is a menace to America: "For as long H church gives moral and financial support to the National *M | Churches, as the Council is run today, you arc helping the < % %  a plot; s>" •As the Com" fLUOMDATION Of rVATH A HOT THE ENEMY IS everywhere. Fluoridation of water is is legislation calling for registration of guns. "As ists get ever nearer to taking us over ... the pressure for arms legislation grows stronger," Welch says, calling for P to "these long-range. pro-Communist plans to deprive us o ^ to whatever extent they can." The conventional notion, tration of guns helps keep them out of the hands of en criminals, never seems to have occurred to him. ^ At his 1958 inner-circle session in Indianapolis. )fj ^| clear that he had little confidence in American I'" 1 11 tr J "Put not your faith in politicians," he repeated, but he ne Mjgj hope by saying "we shall have to use politicians, suppo"EJTjL create politicians ." Welch called Richard Nixon "one oi ^ shrewdest, most disingenuous and slipperiest pohticia American scene. romiW^ "I think Nixon could become a very patriotic 8n "V. ^oo we could create circumstances in which it would be sina ^^ be one." he said of a man whose career, for a decade n ^ leitmotif his professional and personal war on t0 u k j n8 thil dismisses Nelson Rockefeller as being committed to mw %  ted States part of a "one-world socialist government.



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, April 9. 1965 *An isHhriciiatn Page 2-9 Uviet Calls Israeli Charges Big 'Lie By SAUL CARSON llTED NATIONS — (JTA) — a suave diplomat uses the lies in rejecting charges ins) liis sjovernment at [( %  ,'iiil session <>t a United NaboA ,1,, offense is serious. L session oi the UN Human ( | mission, in Geneva, last I the c'i"i representative for £„.;,,, L'nion threw the word aa ainsi %  associate justice | Supreme Court. Russian, Yevgeny Nassinoyrj angry with Israel's irl Justice Ilaim Cou„ had dared accuse the Sov. L n j 0n ol i racticing anti-Semi. i n id, field of religion. Mr Inovskj is ii 'i reprimanded ,, US e ol thai ugly word. But resort to epithet went L r | the tacts adduced by C |ood boldly without clee argument took place in context of the Commission'* are of a draft convention callfor the elimination of all form* of religious intolerance. Russia, insisting that a) no such convention is needed and b) if one is adopted, it should orotect atheists as well as "believers," has been fighting, stalling and obstructing that draft convention for years. What Russia fears is that, once such a convention is adopted — and ill signs point t" its ultimate passage the USSR will face a genii ine dilemma, if it ratifies the con venii n. the Soviet .lews, whose relo is rights arc almost totally denied in practice, will have an international treaty hacking their e'ainis to equal rights. If the USSR fails to ratify — what happens to it> repealed claims that '"all" religions are freely permitted to practice their rites in the USSR without hindrance or discrimination? It is because of that dilemma that Mr. Nassinovsky showed BO much anger at the Israeli Supreme Court Justice. Since the facts spelled out by Mr. Cohen were, indeed, the truth — the easiest course Only Bahamas Airways has 7 daily flights and a special 17 hour excursion iare lo FREEP0RTf22 50 special 17 hiur excursion (are any flight after neon daily from miaml ve $27.50 r.'i-iiotimtln.i) daily miami to freeport 4:oo am o:oo am 11:00 am 2:00 pm 5:oo pm 7:oo pm io:oo pm daily ireeport to miami 2:30 am 5:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 3:30 pm 6:00 pm o:30 pm indicated name-calling as the sole defense. There is no need to repeat here the tacts about the denial of religious rights to the Jews in the USSR. Those facts are far too well known to readers of this department to warrant reprise. The terms Of the proposed UN convention on religious freedoms are also well known by this time. What may be reiterated here, h wever, is the (act that Mr. Nassinovsky's lack of ordinary, gentlemanly behavior is merely another sign oi the Soviet l nion's sensitivity on the entire subject ol Hi" Jewish Question as ii relateto the USSR. More and More reasons are motivating that sensitivity, and an increasing number of official Soviet reactions point to the fact that Moscow has become very tcuchy on that issue. When Novosti, the Kremlin's propaganda agency which disseminates "news" to foreign correspondents on'y (news never printed in the Soviet press domestically), telling the world how happy the Russian Jews are — that "news" is designed to answer foreign criticisms of Russian governmentcondoned or government-initiated anti-Semitism. When the official Soviet propaganda monthly in this country prints very beautiful photographs showing Jews practicing their religion — the reason, again, is obvious. (Incidentally, these photos are never published in Russia.) Furthermore, t h e Communist Tarty of the USSR had been hearing from the outlying regions. Communist parties and left-wing and progressive friends of the USSR throughout the Western world have protested against anti-Semitism. Gus Hall, leader of the Communist Party of the USA, hurt his colBahamas Airways AN ASSOCIATC OF BOAT IARC GENERAL AGENT: BOAO MIAMI: 377-8301 FT. IAUDERDALC. 524 6571 W PALM BEACH |33-M3 leagues in Moscow when, discussing the book, 'Judaism Without Embellishment." he said "there is no doubt in my mind about the anti-Semitic character of what I leave seen" in that book. When the attacks from "friendly" sources are added to draft resolutions against Soviet anti-Semitism in the United States Congress, picketing and other demonstrations by Americans around the country, in eluding Washington, plus open interventions in various United Nations bodies — the reasons for official Kremlin uneasiness become only t:>n obvious. The Russians, who love proverbs, knew the old en* that stated that "for the truth — one hits." The truth of Soviet antiSemitism has now been fully exposed. The only weapon left te the Kremlin is to shout "lies." But sooner or later, if the insistence upon the truth continues, that word will not suffice. Sooner or later, the Kremlin will have to do something about itf Jewish Oucsiion. The demonstrators, the picketcrs, the Jewish organizations voicing protests, the friends of Jews in Congress and in state legislatures, the interventions in the United Nations — yea, even the disagreements on Soviet anti-Semitism from Communist" and from left-wingers — will take effect because they must. Even the Kremlin's wall cannot stand up against the truth forever. 6REAT.' 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ra^e 12-C +Jmist> fhrkflan Report on Jewish Community of China YUDUEVICH By MONTY JACOBS A ftnv weeks %  fo, a brief report jme out ot Shanghai to the offices of Uie World Jewish Congress in New [York stating that not more than 86 Jews are k'fl in China u< day from u com! w unity thai nuni b. reid 25.000' twenty y cars ago. On receipt oi this information the World Jew ish Qongress ad* dressed a detail cd inquiry to P. I Y u (I a I evich. i mum ol whal is now the sha d >. council of the Jewish communit> in Shanghai A number i iiestions wort. 1 ;iskr>! oi YiulalcV 0. How many Jewish adults am' bi •* many children an' left in c 4. >< the 24 '• :" left in |> en ber. 1964 — n >v residing in C nlj • %  •< a i twent> %  j'l,.>t j s o r65 0. How main ol tins,' pcrsa II re relief? A. \boul 10 pers is in Shanghai cash reI: r -i" cial ants Q. What i ies do you have for Jewish educali A. Private I ors re en gaged for the two Ji 'i Q. What happen* d i 11 -i' formerly run bj 'he mmn • 11 %  A. In the last few years there were only four inmates in the Shelter House which consisted of 18 rooms, enough to accommodate 30 to 40 inmates. In its heyday, there used to be as many as 56 persons in the Shelter House. However, to maintain the operation of the Shelter House and its kosher kitchen, even with tour inmates, a min imum staff of four had to be employed. To effect economies, we had to close down the Shelter Bouse after the departure of two of the remaining four Innate". We oun.-l rooms for the last two and manage to cover their living expenses, ^^ O. What happened to the synagogues and other institutions abandoned by the community? A. There were litre? svna t^iiea. a Jewish school, a Jewish hospital, 'no a Jev i.*h %  lub in Shan ;hai Only the Jewi h ho ;pilal < ompoui i as rented The e |uipmenl of the %  w as sold as lark as 1952 lo cover the sever ance pay ol 56 emploj ees proceeds wenl to the medical relit i fund. Om sj na • >.. rected i y the SI Ashkenazi Jewish Communal Kssn was sold together ith the furniture on Jul> 17. li)5(i for 1K.DOO Chinese dollars. Another synagogue, erected by the s dic Jewish Communal Association, was sold on Mar. 18. 1957 for 18. 000 Chinese collar-. The proceeds >! both --alivent to our reliel funds. The Shanghai Jew sh Cluo was placed under the custody ul %  S langha Ri al Estate Control Bureau on Sept. 26. 1960. and is With the exception of the Columnow considered as a public propbia Road Cemetery, all the other city. At present we are negotij three were transferred to Chi An ating the sale of the remaining Public Cemetery in Chin-poo. a Jewish school and synagogue to suburb about 15 kilometers from meet our outstnding debts. the town. Appropriate arrange Q. What happened to the equip"lent will be made to take care of ment in the various Jewish insti the Jew.sh cometcnes. when there is hardly a Jew left in Shanghai. A. In 1956 we sent to Israel 11 Q. What is the structure of the boxes of books from the former I Jewish Community Council now? Jewish library of the Shanghai Jewish Club, and 16 eases contain1 A **•*" ** War II. there ing religious hooks, and 14 Torah WCT* three Jewish communities in scrolls.. At present we still have Shanghai: the Sephard.c Jewish some religious books, silver oina Communal Association, the Shangmeiiis for religious purposes and hai Ashkenazi Jewish Communal chi\ es and records ai H,e aJUAasocJWon kept with Ccmeinde. and the Juedischc Each was doing its the Council office. We are still nwn f*** and migration work, ssuing hundreds of Ghetto Letters After many mass migrations durand other certificates every year "'""' '" "" ( "" n l947 '" 1949 to applicants all over the world was considered convenient Each applicant is entitled to re''" •' centralized organization to ceive restitution money ol about '•''' ,he remaining Jews. is S800 from the relevant Ger •"'" "> September. 1949. the Counman and Austrian Governments ci founded to manage the and Municipalities on %  n< ition con ation With ,1 the Ghetto Letter issued bj this c nl a nurture ol Je Counci rhe requests for Ghetto sh activities and o k i tters an coming in without inofjtlu i have also red terruption. it is estimated that th< work will not be concluded for some j ears. O. How many Jewish c meteries arc there and what is happening to them? A. There were lour Jewish cemeteries in Shanghai: graves Mohawk Road Cemeterj 304 Baikal Road Cemeterj l <>!•.? Point Road Cemetery 834 Columbia Road Cemetery 87:1 in scale. At (., has only one U, has worked n.. Jewish organize ously. the Coum matters in cor Sephardic .Jew iciation. the SJewish Conine the Juedischc G( Yudalevich. faithfully deti ditions in an .ish communih. many remainii I circumstances Association has tribution ot ,. March. lfMil ing a total ii imately 300 Ch community The man tht affairs i i a ljusti almost i "i lale> H nally i is a has ved ii and w-i to the go ol Jl a I •'•'. ttinJl ; '^pln-^J > "ith J > ">i*.S '" 'ii'SkJ •' n v.jn a <• omm. ii ij Hi *hti .^ lii ***% %  %  V eindt 1 ,r <>" %  -iimJ • p Prr.i| %  o n-^jM %  lull ; ;r *M 'hine^jjjB sen overtbS Brash J %  "I'-Mlk J uk % % %  •mM n %  M 1 '' 1 1 | %  1 %  r.t M %  -9 I 1 I As Passover approaches, please remember:Heinz kosher varieties which bear the seal their labels are not kosher for Passouer. 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Paqe 14-A lewisti rtcrldton Friday, fl Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN From Cookbooks to Paperbacks: A Su, MY JEWISH KITCHENThe Momele's Ta-am Cookbook. By Rosabelle Edlin and Shushannah Spector. 480 p.p. New York: Liveright, 386 Park Ave. So. $5.95. A VERY THOROUGH Jewish cookbook, featuring many •W unusual recipes as well as the standard, tested by time and lasle. suggestions, is the product of two Miami women. I (inner Palm Beach resident Rosabelle Edlin is a cook who also does research; coauthor Shushannah Spector, Hebrew teacher at the Hebrew Academy, also contributed special Israeli recipes which, together with the Continental section, make the book not only thorough but international. Off the Record: Unusual, too, is the warmth and spirit of the commentaries the extra hints and tips on preparation of food, and the historical background of kashruth and holiday customs. Other features are full lists of meat cuts and fish, of acceptable spices, "how-to" sections on canning, preserving and pickling, party platters, and menus. There is an inspired effort here to produce a cookbook which reallv fUls the -from generation-to-generauon role, and does so with imagination, as well as tradition. 1 can personally vouch for the fact that the hamantashen this vear were 'better than ever, and there is a soup recipe -Mamas Supreme Vegetable Soup") in here which is By NATHAN ZIPRIN Jewish Historical Society Insights D ID YOU KNOW that a "trefrr" banquet" in June of 1883 at the Cincinnati Highland house was thej opening wedge in the movement), which culminated in the founding of the Jewish Theological Seminary! and the establishment of the Con-* servative wing in the American,] Synagogue? A good deal of light was thrown| last week on the subject by Dr. Joiui J. /ppei in a paper he read in Cincinnati at the 63rd annual meeting of the American Jewish Historical Society. Reform-minded historians, said Dr. Appel, explained the serving of non-kosher foods on this ceremonial occasion, the graduation of the first class of Amerii / Write as I Please By CARL ALPERT The Baby Market Haila AS IN SO ninny other things Israel ** is a land of extremes also in matters pertaining to the care and welfare of homeless or unwanted children. On the one hand, laws governing adoption of babies arc progressive, thorough, efficient. And (Hi the other hand. Israel may be one of the last of the enlighteucu cuuuuies of the West which still has a liberal share of si-called orphan asylums. Founded many years ago, some of them continue to exist on the momentum of thei r lund-raising apparatus, though social and welfare workers agree that where infants are concerned it is far better ior the child to be raised in a home environment, no matter how modest, than in an institution, no matter how luxurious. Israel adoption law was passed about three years ago. The .Ministry of Social Welfare is charged" with responsibility for recommending the placement of a child, and the courts then certify the legal adoption. There is one address and central responsibility. Administration is by experenced, understandng social workers. About a hundred babies a year are placed. Since the demand exceeds the supply, the staff is extremely careful before making recommendations, and the investgiations may often take many months. Even after assignment of the child, the new parents must face a trial period of six months, failing which the adoption may be annulled. There are frequent requests from childless families abroad, but these are never filled. It is considered contrary to the child's interests and against national policy, as well, to send children out of the country. However, a way has been found to circumn Someone from abroad who is willing to 1 B Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania' embourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Bur USSR, and Yugoslavia. To it, one should addt' i.'h communities of Belgium, Bulgaria, Den* France and Italy which did not escape the!"" oi the "Final Solution," but where the killin? not generally take place in the localities tiesw athey have thus not been enumerated in lie" As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL ^o Cheers for Investigating the Rig' |IT is A !• it temptation lo cheer D 1 Gasman Charles W< oi Georgia for urging the House l'n American Activities Committee to investi the Ku Klux Klan, the Minutemen, and other right-wing group-. Bui we need to take a long, hard look at the hislorj and methods of the Congressional com mittee. before we applaud. Indeed, a true dedication to tradi. tional American freedom should impel us to keep this wild gun in its holster •,n, I F m r a t h P USC ,"L thC ?r means grains, personnel and methods of the House In American Activities Committee to achieve 'he end of exposing the most poison011s 01 the 1 -mhl-wing groups for the menace they are would >(.ve only to strengthen a mechanism which should have no permanent place in this nation's political life ( '" rom 1C da >' s of the ol(l Hamilton Fish Committee in 1830, down the years through the headline -hunt MI? |.. ad ership of Martin Dies, J. Parnell Thomas, John Rankin, John Wood. Harold Velde. Fiancis Walter, and Edw n Willis, the House UnAmerican Activities Committee has produced a negligible trickle of legislation and a huge mass 01 suspicion, blighted careers, and denigration Sn -.11 wonder that Rep. Wallet man of the commit fee in l!Hto. I its creation as a standing commit tHeH continued to advocate that its work 1 ;,J the House Judiciary Committee, : wonder, too. that the com nee has seen the film ridiculed .11 her day of stardom; has pfire Girls, and the Catholic A national Peace recorded in the commit* langerously Internationalistii "'hiisedl > ial Council of Churches '^|j back against the bad name given I I Air loreReserve Tram 1 ia| ^ |(f such lender regard before the House loin After long and careful study ol mittee, Fr. August R. Ogden conclude the history of House of licp" %  of what an investigating committee an' not I u of v. hat an investigating Americans, genuinelv concerned • %  Conniiuni>m. have every reason tow d ; .,',„';>tij about th r. ConniiuniMii. have every reason iu ":. |il v ,„ is* mittee received an appropriation oi >•> doited were ( % 1,000 known communists m jtrfl and some $327,000 in 160 when ere_ 10,000 known Communists in this couni m



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April 9. 1965 Jnt/feft nrriciirtr fh Florida Council of B'nai B'rith 3 es to Install Gorinstein Sunday Paqe 15-A Florida C Lodges wi retaliation •0:30 a Mi r.ng pres" Gorinste enl in, ouncil of B'nai Marvin Pearl man. Sholem II hold its anLodge, will be treasurer, and Mailof officers on rjce y Fincgol( of Cora G bl at the Carillon Lodge, executive secretary. The will be Jofollowing wi" be installed as trus local stocktees: Eli HurwitZ, Sholem Lodge; Ansel A. Wittenstein, Hollywood Lodge; Bernard Langberg, Harmony Lodge; .lack R. Glick, Hatikvah Lodge; Herman Niulelmun, Preodom Lodge; E. Allied Rowen. North Shore Lodge; Irving Schatzman. Miami Beach Lodge; Bert Brown. Me-Ami Lodge; Robert J. Friedman, Gilbert J. Balkin. B'nai B'rith Council consists of I 17 Lodges from Key West to Ft. l.auderdale. B'nai B'rith is now celebrating its 121st anniversary in its service to humanity throughout the world. Nathan Perlmutter Named Asst. Director Of Domestic Affairs for AJCommittee NATHAN PtUMUTTtR A former Miamian has been appointed assistant director of domestic affairs of the American Jewish Committee in New York City He is Nathan Perlmutter. who for more than eight years served aa Florida regional director of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Announcement of the appointment was made in New York. Perlmutter will serve under John Slawson. executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee, who in addition to this post v ill also take on the responsibility as director of domestic affairs for AJCommittee. Prior to his arrival in Miami, Perlmutter held executive positions with the ADL in New Jersey, Detroit and Denver, Colo. He resigned here in April, 1964 to assume the directorship of the New York City ADL Office. In September. 1963, Perlmutter spent a month in West Germany as a guest of the Bonn Government to study the Federal Republic's program against anti-Semitism. Perlmutter left his post as New York ADL director early in March to join the American Jewish Committee. He is the author of many articles in such leading magazines as Commentary and New Leader. Beth El Plans Seders Congregation Beth El of Miami will have community Seders on Friday and Saturday nights. Apr. 16 and 17. JOSEPH CORINSTtIN community leader and president o f Hatikvah I B'nai B'rith. Gorinstein %  that Paul Seiderman, commissioner of the Antikm i.a. le 1 1 B'nai B'rith, fficer ire Arthur Dade Lodge, nt-elei i presidents i Ki il Gables i erdie, Gilbert ; :k Rubin. I Si Iney |'.. Fl I Lo ia March Will tired on Radio Mornof Temple %  i 'ii nronitj Ini lations <>f the of the Amertish i announces Montgomery* • • \ ;enda foi ich ill be 5 ind Station WM1E t-Mont. f pmissi I t I ] s will discuss the lerj march. • Stanlej n. o| the New York iman Rights president ol h Congress; newly-elected i n's lii\ ision Jewish Congress; moderal >r all ipated in the (grecjation :eives Gifts Pres* %  ] to Congregation •h Achim, Miami Beach's synagogue, at 6305 Collins niude an Ark from Mr. and Milton Gordon, of Boston. ['nd a poroches" in honor 1 Mrs Irving Boyer. Boston. Patented are a reading P W and Mrs. Carl Simon. %  uss ; velvet cover for P'PM r. and Mrs. Louis Con Greenwich Conn.; tallais•wmashim and prayerbooks, ; b >' Mr and Mrs. Louis "etroi-. Mich. to Changes ft of Prayer n inued from Peg* LA I', '• 5Pel not find the inendship after 20 centu""• Jion quoted the "II is because norance in the I i i. Indeed, He -1, instead of •ayed to his I,,, them because un "i know what they were B.E Goodrich NORTON TIRE CO. Our 41st Year! Open Sundays & Evenings • 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. • 1700 N.E. 163rd %  k Big Edge Tread puts more rubber • where the wear is! Factory-made! x Safety-inspected!. 12-month guarantee! LOW, LOW PRICES ON BUCK SIDEWALL 6.00 x 13 blackwall z ... from your car) SIZE PRICES 6.00 x 13 6.50 X 13 7.00 x 14 6.50/6.40 X15 6.70 x 15 or 7.50 x 14 7.10 x 15 or 8.00 x 14 7.60 x 15 or 8.50 x 14 8.00 x 15 or 9.00 x 14 8.20 x 15 or 9.50 x 14 7.95 8.99 8.99 8.99 8.99 9.49 9.19 9.99 10.99 ) WHITE SIDEWALLS 0NLY*i.50 MOREr All prices plus tax ^ •nd tire from your oaf. | TIRES MOUNTED FREE FREE MODNTING NO WHEY DOWN BUOfiCT TERMS 61ADLY ARRANGED! ir^v Oor 41ft Yearl Ticl il; NORTON CHARG. BEGoodrich, MIAMI 5300 N. W. 37ih Ave. Opin 14 Hn & All Do, Sun. 500 Wet? Flegler St. MIAMI BIACH 1454 Alton Kod W. HOUYWOOD •017 Hollywood Blvd. It Stele "old *7 NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th Avernio HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy. SOUTH DAOt 9001 South D!i* Hwy. Open 'til 7 P.M. FT. IAUDERDAIE 1130 W. Browerd Blvd. 30S0 W. BROWARO BLVD. WIST PALM BEACH 627 North DimY NORTH MIAMI BEACH 1700 N E. 163rd Street Open Sunday 9-5 Open Eves 'til 7



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Page 10-A *Me*0sl>norlM** Friday. April Director Views Program of Miami '' By EFRAIM H. GALE Executive Director Greater Miami YM and WHA The tremendous growth of Dadp Count] over the past two decades, able .1ii has been, has ;ht with it many social problems. We have s^.n tremen numbers of pe iple ol all age levels, from children to senior citiho have been attracted to our immunity for many reasons. Tlu YMHA. or Jew ish community center movement in Dade Count,, with a history of over a quarter of a century of service to both the general and Jewish community, recognizes that at this stage in the development of the com in unity and in the development of the agancy, unique opportunities f o r greater service and new vistas have become available. As of January. 1965 the YMHA included service to: a) 400 senior citizens in a program which helps them to find greater meaning in life; to continue living a useful and important life in the community. b) More than 200 children whose formative years in the Karl y Childhood Development Program have seen the development of our future leaders 20 to 25 years from now. C) More than 1.000 teenagers whose need for group association, whose need for learning how to live in a democratic and positive Jewish atmosphere can be met. Enriched Program With the augmented support of the organized Jewish community of Dade County, the unserved population will now have to be served by an enlarged, and enriched program, commensurate with its needs. Through proper community planning, sparked by a joint study process in which the organized Jewish community, through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the YMHA, its arm for group work and leisure time activities joined forces. which resulted in the recognition that three new facilities are necessary to adequately serve the growing Jewish community of Dade County. An unusual opportunity became available, during the latter part I !. for the purchase of a new facility at B500 SW 8th St. Immediately, pians were formulated for changes in this faciiitiy in order to make it truly a YMHA ,i community venture. This facility will make it possible for hundre Is ol families and individuals of all ages and in all sections ol the Greater Miami southwest to avail themselves many new activities, including a full panoply of health and physical education programs to strengthen the body, a complete series of group work and leisure time activities which will help prevent social and emotional breakdowns, and above all, a full and rich series of large and small group activities which will fortity the cultural needs and aspirations of all segments of the Jewish community. Value System In this manner, this edifice and the next two which are planned ias soon as funds are available) to be built in the north end of Dade Count y and on Miami Beach, will make it possible fur our Jewish community and our general community to better serve people and. in essence, to build a stronger general and Jewish community. However, this new perspective is indeed in many ways an old one. It is a perspective based on the dignity of the human being. the essential value of each individual, and the preservation, as a living reality, of our Jewish religious and cultural value system By contributing to these three forces, our Jewish life in Ameriga. which today faces a crisis, not so much of physical survival, but a crisis of enrichment and meaningful experiences, will make it possible for the YMHA. as an institution in the Jewish ENJOY BETTER HEARING THUS .r UlTtA.TOHl EAR LEVEL HEARING AIDS • lot Ovallly .f social woi spe< lalizini in gi i up work, mv in. direction and guidance to trained ators, health and physical e Iucation specialists, Jewish cultural arts experts, early childhood education. All of these in turn supervise and direct various groups so that the individual within the group can relate to the group through his own experienc es and above all, achieve a knowledge and understanding of himself as a human being and as a Jew. 2) Through activities and ser vices which must be housed in modern facilities which appeal to all segments in the Jewish community These facilities which we now have at our main building at 8500 SW 8th St. are but a beginning of what is really needed in this community. 3) A group of dedicated, understanding and devoted laymen as expressed by the Board ol tthe L'nited Fund, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and the operating Board of the YM and YWUA. Total rVholesomeness These three forces of leadership 1 of staff, of leadership of laymen, .ind proper facilities and budget will now make it possible to util; ize all the best understanding, ] skill and knowledge of psychology, sociology and preventive mental health sciences so that we develop positive Jewishly-enriched human beings. Through this enrichment he will be contributing to toe total whoiesonieness of the general community, as well as ; each segment of the organized Jewish community. However, the new horizons go far beyond this concept because the YMHA will now be in .a position to help bring about one.essential factor which plagues, every community in general and especially every Jewish community. How can .we add to the unity and depth of our Jewish community? By programming for all segments of the Jewish community, religiously speaking, .economical ly and socially speaking, the "Y" will truly meet one of its basic objectives of being a town ball and a unifying force in the Jewish community. Understanding Community The new facilities make it possible for many organizations who wish, to avail themselves of proper meeting space and proper atmosphere as well as the guidance and consultation, where desired, of the professional staff of the j YMHA. In this manner the YMHA i functioning in a world racked by tension, hostilities and pressures of day-to-day living, unequalled in any period of human history has and will present a program of | group work, recreation and leisure time activities which are as necessary to the individual and to the Jewish community as the basic necessities of life, if the individual and the Jewish community are to maintain their re-' spective psychic and physical equilibrium. The "Y" provides the opportunity for the full life in the Croat Society, at a cost within reach of everyone, and at no cost at .Ml to those who cannot afford even the low membership fees. Before launcnmg its development program, much soul-searching was done, and much trepidation was felt. It is not an easy tiling to assume a burden of several millions of dollars, which niii-l be raised from a community which has already given so generously for the commonweal. Yi'i the laymen in the community who have undertaken this obligation, after reviewing the needs of the citizens of this con felt they could only ar J those terms, given by t>, Of Israel, its back tn tkTJ back to the J >, cing a world of forty Arabs dedicated to it s e '„ tion. iexta. In saying-Em Brerah-fc ficers of the YM and v*?. Greater Miami know" hearts, that the Jewjtk throughout historj have supported their own-.^ dedication and time and will be more than matched hi understanding Jewish coma? which has Ionsproven iti turity, its genen %  [y.ufiZ passionate i oi rn low man. VOTE FOR THE MAN WHO THINKS CORAL GABLES FIRST DR. FRANKLIN J. EVANS £*r JKWf I • EXPERIENCED & QUALIFIED • Dade County resident since 1933. Coral Gables resident sine-IS l'h.vsician and Attorney. Graduate of N.Y.U. Law School, and of N.Y.U. College of Medicine in 1941. Medical Practice in Coral Gables since 1948. Veteran of World War II. served as Captain in U.S. Army Vis Corps. Former Commissioner and Vice Mayor of Coral Gable-. Past Director of Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. %  • Honorary President Coral Gables Junior Chamber of Coma •• Clinical Assistant Professor in Legal Medicine. I', of Mb-:. School of Medicine. •• Special Assistant State Attorney: Medical Legal Advisor to State Attorney's Office. •• Speaker of the House of Delegates, Florida Medical Asso;:i3 .• Former Professor of Law U. of Miami School of Law. •• -Past President DauV County Medical Association. -• Past President Florida Academy of General Practice. •• Author of many professional articles on Legal Medicine ing in National Journals .• Frequent Lecturer .and Guest Speaker before Civic and Professional Groups. • Fellow. American Academy of Forensic Sciences •• Member Dade County Bar Association. Florida Bar LETS RETURN TO THINKING CORAL GABLES FIRST LET'S RETURN {OR. FRANKLIN J. -TO THE CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSIONI EVANS Pull Lever 3-A on April 13th Memorial Plates Beth Kodesh Men's Club will dedicate three memorial plates in j memory of the late .1. Edwin Lar| son, Herman Sliilren and Nathan, BJumberg on Monday at 8:15 p.m. During services conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro, the plates will be in 1 stalled on 1 Plaque. the Club Memorial Dan Diefenbach IS OUR MAN FOR MAYOR !N NORTH MIAMI BEACH PEPSONUIY ENDORSED BY: GERALD FRANKIN. Vice President Temple Adath Yt MARTIN SAXON. Chairman Metro Dade Count* Personal Ai "" Board; Former North Miami Beach Cjt EQVV)N C. H6RT2, Paat Chancellor Knights of Pythias NORTON LEFF, Past Cemmander of the Jewish War Vetra" MEUVIN DAUM. Pces.dant of the Toastmasters Club IRVING KAYE. Vice. President Harmony Lodcje of .B'nai B rjl PolW



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fay. April 9. 1965 ••Jewist TtrrUitr Paqe 15-D LEGAL NOTICt b^Tav PUBLICATION KTeillCUlT COURT OF THE jgJvK BRAKES. •"SUIT row OIVORCE nRKXCK BRAZEN !" ,,., .MCounty. iloKKX. i: DRAZBN are Complaint for .„ i... i, i Hi. I again*) you, I to ei ve a i opj Pleading in the li, plaintiff's attorney, ill i IN, Bail tMl Coral and file the orillna i" the office Circuit Court on %  ila> of April, 1965. iiiilmn.-nl by lieagntnsl you for ,1, ,| in tinMill of DAYEM BY HENRY LEONARD i, tnsu I I published once i rnnsecutlve weeks I JKWISII I'l.i iKM'IAN. W UDERED al Miami, uf March, A i '. LEA HERMAN, Clerk, uur ... County, Florida M I AM AX i i ierk )| 11.1 !•• • ', I WII n.i if tor Plaintiff %  % %  ->'•. i/'.'-H-ie \nt CIRCLiT COURT OF THE IEMH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE [COUNTv IN CHANCERY No 65C 3186 MtDKOK %  li I %  >!: I NOTICE TO OEFEND JI.I.IK %  •• %  : :i> I tt\,lk |, rii \ v 1,11. 1.n: i'i iRRES, are hi i eby 1.1, n*l\,pleadh "i, • w ii li i he i -. r\ %  a copy ney, Kl'tiKXK %  i Bldg., Miami %  ill,27th day :, default will be IX, Clerk, %  c, MV Klorlda I 'PELANI. I -.; T COURT OF THE CUL CIRCUIT OF LOR.DA -\D FOR DADE 110LN* • CHANCERY '85 ITT, NOTICE 3PUBLICATION I' %  VTT • 'urk. KY NiiTii--ii-:i. ihat Ipulni I %  I,.,, been filed I' are required to %  -'i'ii answer on \i' ,I:I-I.\II-:I: s. •'• : v h %  Building, Miami, rlglnal thereof 'in mi Court <.n af April, I!',,,. ll llll Will li,' (Ukl II 1 1 anal A fA\. Sinai, you say, Corporal? Never heard of it..." Coo' 1M1, DayMW rWudlMi i. i i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66447 IX UK: Estate uf SAM FRANK 1,H:\V. I l.-.-ensCll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorsand All Persons HaVtl.g riailns ,,i 11. ma mis Against Said instate: v,,u are hereby notified ami ra• liilre.l 1,, present any laims ami demends wiiii.h yon nut}' have against U state HI HAM KliAXK l.l |-:\V. deceased late of Dade County, Worlds, to Hi. County Judges of Dude County, and file tinsame In duplicate ami as provided iii Section 733.16, PI,,rnla Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dane County, Florida, within six calendar months from Hi.ilin,of the first publication ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jenist fhridiiari solicits your legal notices. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal ratee Dial I IX :i-l(.05 lor messenger service bar tins 23rd •ii on LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is III;I'.KI:V (UVKX that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious hume of PADEI.AXD \'1I.I..\S AI'AI: TMKXTS .u Dade Count} Intends tn reglslei said mime with the Clerk HI tinCircuit i '"iii i "i I lade Count} Florida. KVAX i H.STER I 2-9-1(1-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI is HKKKIiY HIVEX thai ill., undctslmi.il deslrlmi to engaae In l,nsili,--s in lei the li, 'I' lolls li.ini, of |i\l'i:i V\H HKIIIHTK APARTMENTS li i 'mint) I "lei the Circuit I of Hade I i In Ida E\ \\ %  H.STKH i .' • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. II ii i: i < 11 :i:i:r. > mvi S i he mi' di slrlna i" engugi In del the ( i-tltintis iiann of Ki:XXKI>\ HOUSE: KENNEDY I'i,A/. v .II |HS 79th i 'anwan Intends i" register said name* with the Clerk %  •' the i in all Court ol I 'tide i "ount s Ilorida. PIN LEY P, Ml >SS I ^-v-; •:J-; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144. A IX RK: Estate of FRAN' T'.S 1IKX.I AMIS' 11,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All • i. .nuns nun n,i i'u.s.,11* Flavin" Claims or Demands Against Said Kstate; Von are hereby notified and required !,, present an) clulms and rtenianils which von ma} have against in. estate of KRA.WKM HEX.IAMIN ill .,.. il late of Dade County, Kim i %  Count} •' udges of I 'ade '..mil \. anil %  me in duplli ate nil a pruvlded n Section 111 theil the t'oiinty i 111 li I ,vlthIn 1*1 N I %  n leal I'i,v\ III li, Im %  VI ami, rVtrlds da} ,,i M %  ii. V.l> I't11 l.l I' .1. MII.I.KI: /.I:N \ M.\ ll i'i \ \Kxi cut'irs a ol il,i %  ii. 26th da} % %  March, 196 i-mi.ir .i MIL 1.1.1: All,. i ii. v ,,.r Kxecntors in; Lincoln Rd„ Miami Beai h, PI I : 26 I %  hereof, ol the sain.w ill l L Hi ted at Miami, Ploiida, rut} ul March, AH. 196J IRV'INfl I.IKU MA CRY M. UKW As i 'ii-Ailiniiiisti-ai"i l-'nsi publication of this tin .'i;ili daj of March, l6J. SMITH & M AXHI.I'.'K B} : llai rj B. Smitli AII, ,in, > foi Co-Administrators 4n7 l.In, ..in Koad :; 21',. I 2-9-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XoTH'l-: is ii|..l:i:i:v ili\ i-.\ that tliittndprslgned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name of l:n; in:i: SCl'KRMARKKT at -:''i.' Klngmun Road, LJesure City, FTa., Intenua to register wild name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Conn ,n Uuue County, Florida. MAI:, ;i %  i;i;i ri-: A. HAI.I.AXTIXK Bolt (JBIlel ,l. DAVID I.II;UMAN At to i ii< > for Applicant ••ii". I, in. ..In Koad Miami lleach, Mori, la :: 2i. i 2-:> LEGAL NOTICE 11 p: th.. in, %  I < |o 111, Plotida, March j M • i IIMAN, clerk, %  loiinty, Florida '' %  I' i'i ii'i:i..\\i i I 26, 4 2-9-16 r E r : "'~ ENTI0N TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME n J 65 C 3043 % %  neern: n lll.lt lln nilVICTOR I.A%  : LAZTCAK, s Is 1 12:'. I., i, > %  Miami Bi a, h. Intends to ap• Marahall C. i Hi, Eleventh Jui I.I.I,ConnCount} i \ M., %  %  In li. in-. nami i i %  • %  Lazik, ii.ul then aft, i 11, "jgg*. hi 1 kZYCAK LAZVCAK mar. 3/26. 4/ 2-'.i-n; UNn^J V JUDCE 'S COURT FLn B TS R OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE k ,. No 66107-A LgJte WBDAsS KAMA* %  W'd rci Whirl uny 'l-ilms and derS ol V-'iI,."!^ ^ ve 'nt bsdl-i, l H ,"',> A B. KA1'I,.VN the !•' ,,, bounty. Wor. and r'"',",' y J, lK, '•• of T ** a Dr., '"', **'"* ln duplicate prni.i,.,, ,„ s „,. t((in ^ M1 "'t ",'';;, in *elr offices in "i'l. "'" s "' ,,| "' Coup•etlmV V '"'•"dar months '"" the first publication le,i %  .'. %  • "ill be barred F -• ;"i.'!:;:^'' %  **<* N i RM AN KAPLAN I \dmlnlstrator |I this notice -ii tlarch. 1966, s r„ sie. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C 3177 THE WII.I.IAMSr.l RUH SAVINGS BANK, I'laiiilil'l vs. I'MAKI.KS WINSTON SMITH. JR., et ll\. et Ul. I iefendunts. NOTICE OF SUIT Charles s\ inston Smith, .Ir am N. I Mill lie Slllilll, Ills I • 2777a RlaUfl Street Madison Heights, Michigan Yon are I Teli} notified thai tin above cap lion h is i„ en luted agali In the Cli It C ,,i Hi, i. lentil -linlii Inl Cltcull : Ploi'idii in inl for Dude Count} I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66144-A IN RK: Estate of KRANi i:s BENJAMIN In, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 97869-C IX RE: Estate of ,H'i;i. ALEXANDER ABRAHAMS 11, ceaseil NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having i .tin's ,.| I i. HI.HI, is .Against .-..nil Estate You are hereby notified and re%  I i red i" irtvselu .in} i .anils an ., mands w hich > mi ma} hn 11 III, .H H-.l. A I.I.N.l .. .Ml. AKItAIIAMK ,!• • • -I late "i Hud* i HI Ida. to th, i ii i i.iand fill 11. %  sit im in i H i i i ii.-. ii ill, ii,.ill i In %  'nuilt} Com ill. .us. ii, ii h'liitiiia, will %  .ii,l.,, moull ..II the i HI,,,i tin llt-l'enl ,.i i w 11 i I • %  M in Eloiida, th Is i -; I \ I • MARK N ABRAHAMS As A i is i I > l"ii -i publli .ii In this ii"' i II I he 2i.ih da} "i March, 1983, Tullaiioff, Wall, i ,v I. inn. ill Attornejs Foi Adnilnistratri,\ C.T.A. : 26, 1/2-9-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66092-C IN RE: Estate ,,i WI 1,1,1 AM .1 HOHLPBLD lie, .a-.., I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\ %  lag Claims oi IK-mauds Against Said Estate: Vou are hereb} notified and required i" preaent an} claims ami demands which you may have against the estate "f WII.I.IAM .1 Hulll,I KEI.H deceased late ..i" Dade County, i Florida, t.. the County Judges of Dude County, and rile the sain., in duplicate ami as provided In Section 7SS.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months, ii-.,in the I'm r the First publication hereof, or the sann will i„barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, ilii2ih das of March, A t). IMS. I,i:i i.N'Attli (I, EfSKRT As Admlntstrntor. Cunt Tastamentn Annexe First publication of this null th. 2nd day of April, IMS. MYERS, IIKIM \N .> KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator, C.T \ I l.'.n S.W. Isl Si reel Miami, rlorldii SSI no I 2-'i-:,;-2': TO: i Kaplan Foreclose .. mortgage n| thi follow indi si i Hied real proper) l.i.t 22 IliiH K i.l FIRS r AI'ITI'IHN Tt' CAR' 'I. Tl'Y. aci .a.Im-i" the rial llii leof %  led In I'lal Hook til at I ol the I'uldii It b ol |)uii, Florida, Vou i in fH< %  I %  Hponslve pleadin plninl with ... I'olll'l. Illlll erv i n 1111111111 f I ,i i M VRTIX FINE, Hail, ,i,,l 11 I. KIOIUIH not inter lliati Vpil I. %  %  :. ssn n ill be i igainat > ou DATKH Mai ll 2S, I i: ii I.I: \ ruERMAX, cu i. i •Ircuil 'oui • I Wde Counl} IIm Ida ,.s,;,li B} K. M l.VM iN |>eput} Clerk MARTIN FINE n ul,Federal Building Miami. Florida JBIS1 .. ( „ NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO VI.I, I'KKSi'N'S INTERESTED IX THE ESTATE OP SAIU DECEDICXT. Vou are hereb) notified thai a writ, ten Instrument purporting to be the : last will and testament ,,i s:,„i dei • lent hus been admitted t" probate In .[ml i '..,iit. You are hi eb> uommaii-h-d within six calendar months from ih, date ol the first publication ,,; i is not I, ,;,, appear In —. i %  I ) 'ouri ami show cause, ii an} you can, wh} Hi., action of said Courl In admitting said >> in i xibute should nnl stand revoked U F r.l.AN'I'l'N Count} Judgi B] M I; I.' • tc I i'i. rk i-i111.iii MII.I.KI: Altol in v 1(17 Lincoln Rd Miami [lea Fli I "'is tin, _. ol Man li, :i %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 65C 2979 ONETHA At.FOKD, I'laiiilirr, Hi K IE Al.l'i IR11, I let'ellilalil. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, ARCHIE Al.l'ulili. l %  %  •• Canal Street, New Haven, Connwtlcut. are hereh) notified thai n Bill m Complalnt For IMvorce bas been filed aguins) you, and you are retiulred to si-i\,, a ....|.> .ii your Answer to thi Hill "i Complaint on the PlalntlfCs Attorney, Oukle) tl. Smith, llnl N.W North Rivet Drive, Miami. Florida, and Fill tin original Answer In the of th,Clerk of the Cln nit Courl ,. before the 28th da} "f If you fall i" il" so, j idgn-ill i" Is ken agalnsl ih, i. li.t demanded in the Bill .,' Complaint. •• w I ORDERED al Florida, Miami. I), 1 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW \. i %  HEREBY HIVES I ilesirlllii inn imlei i h> fli %  nami KEYHOLE I! EST A I R A \ I I.Ol'.N %  VV, llii Av .-ilin 1 1 ll lenh li.i.i. County, Plorldu, Intends t,, register said name ittl the Cli i •< ,, ( ,|„ i %  .III-I ,ii Dadi County, Florida A I. LEX I DRANETZ, President of 1 IRAN i'i' INC. Kt'RT WKI.I.Isril Attorne) for I nan Co., Inc. 167 Almerla A..-., Coral Uabl^ ^^ %  i. i' %  : 1 1 ,1 %  \ I i: II I.I: VTHER.M VN, 'ircull i 'ount}. Flot Ida i: i %  I • i I' I. i. \ M • I,. |,ni \ i 'Ii rk :> %  ; SMITH It Ki,. i I il i\. M ami, Floi Ida VI %  I I'lalnl :: 2,:. i Ml 3/26, 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 66C 3161 MARILYN LENlSi: KLK1SIIMAN Plaintiff V*J. BTBPHSN AI.LEN ll.EISHMAN Defendant _., NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: STEPHEN At,I,EN ELrilSHMAN 2,ni'-..Lincoln Way YO* !" 3T'K'1'HKX AIJ.EN FLEISHMAX are hereby notified that • complaint for divorce has been filed Stulnat you and you are required lo le vour answer or other pleading with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, and to serve a copy thereat ni"'n the Plaintiffs Attorney. Nat ["'•->• urnLincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, n„ later than the 27th day ol April. 19v it you fall i" no so. a pro Confesso will 1"taken against you for the relief prayed ror in ihe complaint .. DATED this 2;:id day ol Maun, "" [ %  : p. LEATHERN w. Clerk. irt, i' • Qjunty. Florida (at ,i, K. M. L.YM VN Deputy Cli ,_,_.,., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66316-B IN UK: Estate oF RAYMOND MARCUS Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ilavfng Claims Against Said Estate: Ymi are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of RAYMOND MARCIS %  taceaacd late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, anil file the same In duplicate nd as provided In Section TS.1.16. Florida Statutes, ip their offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six o a le n dar months front the time of the first publication hereof, or the same win i„ii u red Dated at Miami. Florida, this nth daj ,,i Man h, A.D. 1MB VIVIAN MARCUS A Administratrix First publication p,f thla notice on the 19th daj ol March, 1965. m It! IN I. sl'AHHKi: Attorne} :'r Administratrix Vddress i !0 Mm oln Road Mian.t it. ...... Elorida ,„,.„, mA 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. VNNI-: SMITH. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I'll: ANNE SMITH Orecnpoint. Brooklyn. New Ynrk Yon. ANNi: SMITH, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fo. Divoroe has been filed against you ami vou are required to serve a cop> of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney, STANLEY E. oool'MAN. .:,.-• N.W. 62nd St.. Miami, F'lorida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of April, 1M5. If you fall tn do so. judgment by default will be taken 'against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onOS each week for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH FT.OR1DIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lSth day of March A.D. i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I-,..,1 i Bi : P. CiM'KLANIi 11, -putv i 'l.-rk ST WI.KV E QOI IDMAN 2188 N u (2nd Street \ Plaintiff 3/26, l/S-s-ll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY ,N CHANCERY. Nc. 65C 3346 VRTHI'lt I. M'KNER, I'll iil.AI.YS I.ACKXER, Defend Ti i; c.LADYS Reside nI A ddr, \ CLADYS I Ai'KXKH • ereled I for I' • vou ari "pv "' Plead Comun lln plaintiff's Al i \i -k ,i .;, i, 11. I n:i l.iii,.,. LESTER R' I \ \\ : II li ,ii, I ii!.: of i In Vi n th. rici Cli 11, i,| the El. enth Judicial Circuit in and Foi i ludi i' Hint}. I lorida, on : the Ith da) of May. IMS in ii. Fuull "i Im ii i inl 'omplalnt w ill be taken as confessed by you, DATED this 2.1th da) of March, i''i,.'.. i: i: LEATHERMAX. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count) l-'l la (seal) C. P. COPBI.AND Deput) Olerk 1 2'D'll 2'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DADE ELECTRONICS at lais N.W. S6th Street. Miami Intends to register sai,l name with the. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Imde. County, Florida. OUS LirsiT/. Sole Owner MARX PABER Attorney for Applicant 1012 Ainslev Uldg. 3/26. i 2-9-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encase in business under the fictitious name of MAR ANT ENTFIRPR1SES at M6| Nautilus Drive, in the City of Miami Beach, Ptorlda, Intendi i" register sai.i name with the Clerk "f the Clr i-nit Courl of Dade County, Florida. Dated al Miami Beach, Florida, Una loth da) ot March, MAR1 v WTI'MHI -sri:u HARRY KITCKRNICK Aii.,1 ne) for AppH. am 42" l.l' Miami H< ach, Fli a L-, I 2-



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1965 "-fcHirtlferitfia w Pag*ISC 1^ V-a %  ^ .** ^> Ifti %  Directory Lists Kosher Products By Special Report NEW YORK The 1965 edition "1 the u Kosher for Passover Prod, nets Directory ot the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, listing ;i record number of rabbinical1> -endorsed and supervised Kosher for Passover products, has been published. Copies are available without charge on request to Dept. PR. Orthodox Union. 84 Filth Ave., New York. NY. 10011. The new u Kosher for Passo\ f Products Directory has again be--1 published in the pocket-size versio <. The directory includes a detail* guide for preparation of a lion a for a ritually-correct Passover observance, as well as a bricl I script ion of the procedures of ti Orthodox Union's u Kosher Certi cation Service which assures tl a consumer that certified prodm are dependably kosher under ra biniral approval. -* .,,/ v. "*, cutive Board of the Sisterhood of Temple Olom looks over the final report of the ^1 season's ways and means affairs. Seated : to right) are Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, treasMrs. Alvin Levenson, president; Mrs. bnard Putterman, ways and means vice sident; Mrs. Marvin Bochner, financial dues aetary. Standinq (left to right) are Mrs. kn Cooper, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ivin Shifke, membership vice president; E Hy Hecht, recording secretary; Mrs. HerSeltman. organizational vice president. No*, shown is Mrs. Eli King, projects vice president. Most recent fund-raisinq project open to the community, is a Passover Feeds and Delicacies Country Store chaired by Mrs. David Binkler and Mrs. Walter Seidler in the Temple at 8755 SW 16th St.. from 9 to 12 noon and 3 to 5:30 p.m., Mondays throuph Fridays, to Apr. 16, when Passover begins. Elections meeting was to be held Thursday in Temple Or Olom at 8:30 p.m. New officers and Board of Directors will take office as of May 1. istal Clerks Install Officers Here cal 172 Miami, United Federapf Postal Clerks AKL-CIO, will its 49th annual installation of fcrs on Apr. 10, at the BarceI Hotel. Dinner will be served p.m., dancing and a show follow. fests will be Cong. Claude PepDon Dunn, executive vice dent. United Federation of Clerks, Washington, D.C.; pil Dooley. national vice presUnited Federation of PostIts, Miami. rial honors w ill go to Mr. and ~:v Gayle active members in the local and its auxiliary. Mr. Gayle is foreman in the accounting division of the Miami Post Office, a position he recently assumed. Outgoing president is Hank Greenberg. Incoming slate of officers include: Hy Chodock, president; Stan Gold, executive vice president; Art Nielsen, hospital plan representative: Martin Bomse, financial secretary; George Gould, treasurer. Mike Bourke, secretary, Hank Greenberg, editor. Clerks Mail; .Maurice Fauer. Mrs. Chuck Brunty. George Pouliot. vice presidents. Locals retirees for 1964 will be honored. Chairman for the installation is Stan Gold. Beth David Religious School A Model Seder for the Primary Department and the Aleph and Bet Classes of the Hebrew Department of Beth David Religious School will be conducted on Sunday morning in the Social Hall. Sedarim in the classes of the Hebrew Department will be held in their individual classrooms on Monday and Tuesday. Apr. 12 and 13. )nly fresh country eggs through and through plus a mist of pure apple ider that's Streit's Egg Matzos. Fresh and crispy too! Baked eggs-actly right! if ire added any more eggs 9 our matzos would cackle %  %  *> %  ... KOSHER FOR PASSOVER under rabbinical supervision of RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK RABBI C. BIALIK STREITS HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER! MATZOS • MATZO MEAL CAKE MIXES • GEFILTE FISH • CATSUP MACAROONS* COOKIES DISTRIBUTOR: HI-GRADE FOODS 321-355 NORTHEAST 71st STREET MIAMI DELICIOUS PASSOVER COFFEE Cup after cup, you'll enjoy full coffee pleasure with today's Sanka Coffee. It's 100% pure cotfee...flavor, ful and delicious, yet still, remarkably, 97% caffein free. For real coffee enjoyment, try Sanka Coffee. Certified Kosher and Parve for Passover by Rabbis Hersch holm and Bernard Levy. ANKA li A MCimUDTUMUAUb BARTON'S BEVERAGES GINGER ALE CLUB SODA TRU FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange) Konhvr for Vassorer UNDER SUPERVISION OF Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT ALL STEVENS MARKETS, INC.



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Apr 9, 1965 +Jewist> fkirMtor Page 13-C /A Urged to Pass Bar Against Bigotry ll'jn ish Congress, who addressed the Commission as the representative of a non-governmental organization with consultative status. Dr. Perlzweig. omitting direct mention of the USSR, insisted that 'he planned convention provide "unliuhtv now in sessional Unions denial oljull religious national affairs tor the World Jew-! equivocally" for such religious %  EVA'TA al ,.made here this week te d XatiODl Commission f A strong here, to adopt a convention for the .rights to Russia's 3.000.000 Jews. limination of religious intolerance | The appeal was made by Dr. ManI hat would hit directly at the Sovi-1 rice L. Perlzweig, director of interrights as the right to preach one'n I religion, obtain materials for thft observance of dietary and other ritiual practices, maintain a national I organization representing a religious faith, and participate in the 'religion's international organizations. All of these rights are denied to Jewry in the USSR. MOTT'S and SUNSWEET PURE FRUIT PRODUCTS HIGHEST QUALITY, FINEST FLAVOR, BEST VALUES! SUNSWEET APRICOT APPLE PRUNE JUICE \ apple juice ALL nOS^ "11353 fr. ', CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER BY RABBI J. H. RALBAG OF NEW YORK CLAPP'S KOSHER FOR PASSOVER BABY AND JUNIOR FOODS FRUIT JUICES: APPLE • ORANGE APPLE • PRUNE ORANGE APPLE FRUITS: APPLE SAUCE • PRUNES • APRICOTS AND APPLES



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Page 14-D +Jtm>isti FhridUain Rabbi Attacks Interf aith Ties "Way, Ap !" LEGAL NOTICE BAKNtY WltUNS KYlt COHfN WILLIAM ROIHtR Trio of Young Greater Miamians Win Merit Awards from Dairy Coucil Here NEW YORK — (JTA) Opposition t o "interfaith dialogues" which, he charged, had been largely responsible for "the alarmingly growing rate ot intermarriage." i ,.s voiced here by Rabbi Menachem M Schneerson. the Lubavitcher ;bbe Replying to a request by 250 Jewish leaders who had asked him for his views on interfaith dialogues. Rabbi Schneerson declared: •There is no need for us whate< or to have any religious dialogues with non-Jews, nor any interfaith activities in the form of religious LEGAL NOTICE Three Greater Miami young peo pie have received merit awards from the Dairy Council of South Florida. William Rozner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rozner. 1081 NE 175th St., is a member of the National Honor Society. Interact Service Club, Letterman's Club and had a role in the Senior Class play. He is the varsity swim teams crack sprint free styler. He has j held membership in Science and Latin Clubs, was on Junior Elections Board and Boy's State. In eighth grade, he was a spelling champion. In ninth grade, he won a superior rating at the Sci-' ence Fair for his analog computer. He has built his Own stereo system. He is a member of Adath Yeshurun Congregation. An outstanding student in English, science and math, Barney A. i Willen. a senior in Miami Edison : Senior High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Willen, 479 NE 102nd St. Barney boasts a solid A average, is ranked 15th scholastically in a class of 638. is a National Honor Society member. and president of Mu Alpha Tlieta. math honorary. He is chairman of the I. D. Committee, a member of Student Council, past secretary of Key Club, president of Temple Israel of Greater Miami Youth Group ind is an Eagle Scout. Kyle Cohen, who won a superior rating at the 1964 South Florida Science Fair, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen. 16 W. DiLido Dr. She has been on the honor roll all through school at Ida Fisher Junior High, where she is in ninth grade. She is a member of National Junior Honor Society, a member of Student Council, was president of her eighth grade home room, and has studied piano since fourth grade. She has several excellence certificates for her music awarded by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. The Dairy Council has a contin uing program to honor meritorious young people in Dade County. Nominations can be sent to Agnes Edwards. 1001 NW 7th St.. Miami. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \"i-rii i: is HHREKY iSlVEN thai lhi iinderpurned, flealrlnl lo engage In hualna -.under Hi-rk'tltimif name* of WKSTOVKP. I'uMrANV in..lenrorl...v: and WKSTnVKI! CO, mot tticoivoratedj at M "..lllns Avenu*. Miami Reach, Florida Intend lo reg. I--. -.Oil name* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I'uunty, Florida PEARL Ml'll MM. SIMON MKTRU'K i:i('HAI(1> XK1.S. >N Attorney* fur A)>pllrant l.ln<-|n Road Mall Miami Beach, Florida i s-iti-in-nn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HW.Kl'.V tllVEN that the undernlgned, desiring to engage In Inis (!•-under the flctltl.niii name of I'H'K'K iturmiM'F: at u*c wi llth Avenue. lll.il.ali. Florida Intend :., refHater s;,id name wiiii the clerk ..f ihe Circuit Court i.f I>ad1 County, Florida PEPK <•) % %  \n\.\ii. ixc. r.> Jurte Nav:t':" I resident M\ rna I.. Itruce, \ • i l'r< riUent l> r;t H. Navarro, Se. y.-Trega, Wl H IM IN A; 1'IA.M. iNI i HARRY M KnSKN Mi.i m i i"! !'• i" of Mi. nrt. Inc. I ••-11;-:'::-:'. discussions, interchange of pulpits and the like. The brotherhood ol mankind is a positive concept only so long as it is confined to commerce, philanthropy and civil and economic aspects of society. I'nfortunately, brotherhood has been misconstrued to require members ol one faith to explain their religious beliefs and practices to members of another faith."' Noting the increase of intermarriage, the Lubavitcher rebbe said that interfaith dialogues have created confusion in the minds "of the young, as well as of their parents." LEGAL NOTICF IN THE COUNTY JUDrtT~ IN AND FOR DADEM?? FLORIDA IN PRVB^ 1 IN RE UIRAII \\| SIIA'KB ^S N N ;i R xJ xt t .AND (! ,N AL ixsag for IMH 'H-A2 il... : | of .,,.. ] MII.'IMN As Kxi KOVNER ,V M VXXH Atti rney* I i |Mnl i Miami. I-. First to surpass its 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal figure was the Apparel Group of the Mercantile Division, according to William S. Ruben and Joseph E. Brooks, division co-chairmen. Harry Mizrach, Apparel Group chairman, announced that the group will continue to work until it reaches the final goal, an increase of almost S4.000 above the sum raised last year. Leaders of the Apparel Group are (left to right) honorary chairman, John Serbin; Mizrach; Miss Bea Feldman, group cochairman, with Bernard Yaffe (not shown); and Mercantile cochairman, Joseph E. Brooks. NATIONAL AIRLINES Vice Mayor Arthur Patten, of Metropolitan Dade County, wields a silver shovel to break ground for a S2 miliion construction program for National Airlines at Miami International Airport. Looking on are (from left) John L. Morris, National Airlines vice president; Linda Mandelstam, Miss Miami of 1964 and an NAL stewardess; Dade County Vice Mayor Arthur Patten; G. Ray Woody, executive vice president of NAL; and Alan C. Stewart, director of the Dade County Port Authority. NOTICE Of INTENTION TO APPLV FOB CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 65C 3456 TH Whom l May i "on i .\<\VIT/. and MR A JOHN JOSKill .-• III He >\\ I I'/, uli.-..-ill. n j.l. it. .. iM K.W %  •• Il It %  Hi-. M ami, I'. 1 County, Florida In the ('ii> n Ml v.MI. l>ad. County, I lorlda, Intend In apply '" HiHonorable ItVRI %  V l >CKE, n: I idg. l th< %  %  I %  nd foi ... i %  • il,,. • Hi ...i... k A.M., i %  i DHX .losKPH -• llil:iWITZ I'HX Ji .; in; ..... M I. I 1.11 •I.I :IIHN Jl>KI •:• w IT/. IVtll THI I ISHKlt %  lillns 883 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x ITICF: IS III:I:I:I:V I;I\ F:N thai the ed. de*lrini ne** under the fietltiou* name of soi/K ci'v \ s\i. I:I: •i--1--1: t-: -11' 'I .it -i\lton Rfiad, Miami Hi .. h. Hoi Ida Intend* to i-ealxtei name with the clerk ot the circuit • ol I lade Count) Floi Ida. Si II, C MM"' >N, Si.I., i .nil. r n, I loldateln ,C Pai tier Ittomey* for Registrant :'4l w Fmgter St. Miami, Florida I %  I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 3437 Tilt >MAS URI'IIKR'! I .1 In ISE %  n STKI:I.I: ..• •; irxi" xx NOTICE TO APPEAR \ V N SKA: %  l,ITI \.\|t BACH l| to Hi di In thi alw.vi li of yoa ; 'I"" —i to fill | ,.|. ittnet pleat nith th< | Clerk of thi il.. • entitled %  %  and to net \„. %  ponnlri ::. %  • I "ii the r ttorni RKRX STKIN ti Mll.l.i:i;. li \\. -! K! Street, Mlrtinl. P*Wiila, ..n ..T Iff,... ih. 3rd ti.t. ..i M .I li • N I : AM. i iRjJERKIi .,i ... i....i.1 %  HI • i-.inrili.ii-. .„ Hi., this jnth day ot Man ii i: l: l.i:\THKIt.M.\.\. Clerk, I'M-, nit Court, Inde ''n-ii.iv. Florida (-••all l-.y l<. \l I.V.MAN l leputy 'li-i k 4 -2-9-1G-2.1 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PLOI#*. ** AUB r aw DAME COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 85C 3495 MYRON lii;i:sil Plaintiff, \ i M VKII.VN > HERSH, I >. f. mil.nt SUIT FOR DIVORCE in MARILYN s HKl'.sii I'.I i; Iwln Aventp \M ark, Nt u .i. -• V,.ii MARILYN S HF:RSH ar< hereby ni.iiii. .1 thai ;i Bill ..f Compluliii ror i>ivi.ri nan I..-M filed ahainxi \.tii. .iiiil \"ii mirequired to --t \ t i ,i|i\ ui \i.nr Answer .-r IM. .ulina to ill. i: II of Complaint on the PlaintIff* attorney, PAl'L KWITNBV, U8Q.. I. 1 Lin"!n itt.ati, Miami r-a.ii i • ... ana II'. •'•• orhrlnal Anawei or I'l.iuliiDt iii ih. ..if!.-.••( Hi.Clerk ..f the riiiiilt Court .ii ..i before the ".tli .lay ..f Miii. li"'.'.. If you fall t.> do m>, jtidunn nt by default will lie taken atrnloKt yon for ilie relief taMMil In the Dill of Complaint. Tliis in.ti.. .-hall if ptiMtahed once .'inli iveek for fi.ur ednaaotttlve areekii in THE JEWISH F*LORIIAX PONE vNi' %  >i:i >KI: i-: i > ,.i Miami, Florida, ilils :',lst d) of Mar.-h. A D. IMS. I! P. I.v: ATI IKK MAN, Clerk. Cireull Court, Dade Cntmty, Florida is.-an ij i.. SM:;:I.I:N 11.1.ills %  I'MI. I;\VITNI:> I.'" l.u.. ..In ltd., Miami Fl... h. I a 11-: I %  %  Mti.in.-v foi Plaintiff 4 j-v-ir,-:'. I\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6*408 A IX RE I-it. i %  'i 's N I:\VMA S I %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I %  -II. • .i V ou a re h ere I It mil deCount) %  i ;I. Si |...i..| .,i Miami v %  ,IF:RI %  u An t\\ PimI thr :. .i dai of A pi MISS DIANA CNI I Att.il in foi Fixe. I, n. obi Rd., M .. i 'i.i %  AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 65C 2261 PATRICIA M Ni:\\ii i.MMi: SMITH, Plaintiff, \ ERXON IVRIOHT SMITH, i •• i. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I t \ i in.li \\ I I-: \ %  • Xew Ki -II .-* %  %  irfth, ii .. X I %  %  • .-. II 111. : V M KKIN '• %  I'.impl %  %  • U-.-ekr in THI' JEWISH DONE AND i \l ami thin Hal %  'i A I %  M i' n r.EATHi t Court, 1 I :> : I. s \ i .. %  HI:NI:V .M WAIT/! kii i n* %  I %  Nit: iii Miami, Flo Attorn. t :'-*-i*-CS NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS \A\,E L* NOTICE IS HFIRKhVtuSj 111.iili.UrsiL-,1. %  I.H.--IM..-S iniil. r I • •; „ I.AHKI.AMI X MI'NTS ui had. i'„ ^ : reRlM. iih. circuit en %  i,,i Florida. EV \\ .t NOTICE UNDER F:CTITI0US NAMEU* NOTICE is HKHKI1V i;n T vJ the nndi -iu-' i. tii-iii. -ii,.!. itit. %  liikw j l 'isi i iTEEX ui ....I \-\ t : Drive, in thi %  %  intenda lo i. JI-Clerk "i thi i County, Florida U'N|M,\ niSTRlH T\r* 'Mr\.\v ., pia i on' | %  SYLVIA S NOTICE Eft PUBL'CTi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OM ELEVENTH JUOIC ALCIRIU COURT OF FLORIDA N ANSI OADE COUNTY IN CHANC91 NO 65CM25 PAt'MXK A %  I v Si ii.i i.M. .'.X I s '1 %  %  %  %  %  This .... :u i.-n Fi. |H>XR kXli kTHBWIAS Clei f I'. (Seal) 11. 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2* — *• I I I .III.. II II %  %  %  — n A %  • ^ **• 4 • tery sorm datin S •* ** t0 7o other by shouting '11611 Hitler!", l cch Boys in J\nti .• Semitic Actions y *^h ad becn *-n*d. Lwt mm.; —n mini iimnhvirai In Pilsen. according to another,^ songs T^ writer ^ ^ „.. daily. Rude Pravo, a group of 13-1 .... ... i, ,. ... ., tide said the boys learned the %  to-14-year-old boys. led bv one who is 17. broke into a synagogue. Kul{^"l? 5 {rom Phonograph records of tura Tvorba reported that, in Pilsen j Nazi marches preserved by an aditUn. school boys saluted one an-' ult in the city. U'.NlV A n umber Usemit actioni have ocrc j %  •-. CK :•:' %  >• .ia during the fctt. accord i


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riday. Af* a ia65 +Jfwisti ncrSc/lar Page 11-C tin : *$ *o* ^S^ ^ LEnERS TO THE EDITOR Questions ACLU Friendship 1. **rr> |Mrs. Irving Boxenbaum (left), member of the National Board lot Pioneer Women, and Beba Idelson, head nf Moetzet Ha[poalot. Pioneer Women's sister organization in Israel, view a Isign on the building site for the proposed Interna'.'onal Pioneer Iwomens Social and Cultural Center in Tel Aviv. The center will serve the needs of Moetzet Hapialot and function as a %  meeting place for Pioneer Women from all over the world. %  Plans for the center were adopted at a recent Pioneer WomeniMoetzet Hapoalot World Conference. flamingo Chapter Meet This Week Election meeting of Flamingo cil oi M i a m i. Anti Defamation ILipur 80S. B'nai H'rith Women. „ scheduled for Thursday eve %  ng at Florida Power and Light to. urn Flamingo Way. A program on "Inside Home lighting" was to be offered by an %  fii'ia of the Florida Power and tuht Co and guest speaker was to Mr< Max Kern, Flaming Chap|er consultant, [officers for l!Mi5-66 are Mrs. Ot Haengel. serving a second term League and PTA. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The report that the American Civil Liberties Union declared its readiness to protect the American Nazi Party, the Ku Klux Klan and other such destructive organiza-' tions from being investigated by the UnAmeiican Activities Committee, can only be considered do plorable. The ACLU. which pretends to be an organization fighting injustices, las proved that when it comes to orotecting the Nazis, it is willing 'to sacrifice the cause of justice 1 even to the extent of misinterpreting the Constitution of the United States. The ACLU claims that, under the Constitution, protection must be given to the American 1 Nazi Party, which openly advocates the extermination of Amcr' ican Jewry by the same means use,I by Nazis against the Jews of Germany, To give all legal protection to the American Nazi Party, and thereby enable it to carry out its program of the elimination of the Jews from the American scene, is not only a legal matter; it certainly involves human morality also. The issue is simple, to subordinate moral justice to legal conniving to keep these dangerous organizations alive. The Nazi organizations, after their crimes had been exposed, were declared criminal organizations, and as such, they were investigated and tried. Do we have to wait until the American Nazi Party repeats the same crimes against six million American Jews, which they are openly advocating? It is ironic that the ACLU expects the prospective victims to be grateful to them fur protecting the Nazis; and it insists thai, by so doing, .: is acting in the best interests of American Jjwry, Nat orally, therefore, the ACLU ieels that the bill lor the cost of 'N activities along these lines siiould be paid for by American Jewry. Hi can the concept oi' justice be rt onciled with securing the perp> nation of such criminal organ! tions? It is puzzling that these Jewb lawyers, who are acting in belli of the ACLU and blindly follow i its policies, can be so far removi from the basic welfare of tin I own people. Their willingness yield to the ACLU"s order to pi vent even an investigation of thcorganizations whose pa~t histo was proven to be the greats -• shame of humanity is inded am. /• ing. Any Jew with a little experiem e can only question the SO-caHi friendship of the ACLU. which • placing Jewry's existence in Jei ardy in maintaining these policU -. This is reminiscent of the t-axing. "God save us tnuii o friends: we will take care of 0 r enemies." i MAURICE GOLDRINS Miami Beach 'inski School _>neg Shabbat |This Friday Eve Bavid I'inski Folk School will t u s ^mi-monthly Oneg Shabtentn" J' rida V a P.mFarband n,er 8 42 WasbtagtOI Axe. ^'" Yonien. choir conductor. Fnd arf ,hc comm "n'ty singing f J au, mi>anv ,hc guest artists. LasL." 10 San,c ProRtam. Louis Nil s Pnnci Pl "f the school, (ties'' n n B "Wical Personal L %  I 01 ,l n of the Week will ksri,!, y Berna ''d Furman, vice pwdent of the school. MRS. OTTO HAiNGll Is president; Mrs. Bernard Sydel. Wrs Harr.\ Epstein, Miss Elise Factor, vice presidents; Mrs. Fran [''Patronage, treasurer; Mrs. Alprt Click, secretary; Brs Bessie Factor, historian; Mrs. Herman Kansky guardian; Mrs. Vera Rob ps, sentinel. Mrs Haengel, who lives with PIT husband and six children at '"Hi Ter., Hialeah, speaks •ve languages and reads and "riles a sixth. Able to converse fluently in Russian, Yiddish, Rui ''num. Spanish, German' and Engr-"lbs is a valuable member of Fie volunteer interpreter corps FWnsored by the Zonta Oub of %  ''eater Miami. For three years, Mrs. HaengePs fame has een listed in the VI diFwlory distributed to courts, hosI" als. libraries and other organisations. I She belongs to many other orFnizations. including Safety CounMAKING 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. 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April 9. 1965 *Je^istinoriaUaif7 Page 9-A Jewish National Fund President Bressler Meets With Miami Council Leaders Jewish National Fund meetinq here are [ft to right) standing Stanley Caiden, present of the North Shore B'nai B'rith; Miss Lil_.i Goodman, chairman of &f .he JNF Women's %  ucational Forum; Johan L. Berman; Leon J. I president of the JNF Council of Greater lami: Abraham Grunhut; Mrs. Miriam Pre^s. [chairmen of the JNF Women's Educational Forum; Sam Schachno; Benjamin Appel; Moe Grundweig. president of Beth Israel Conqreaation. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Jacob Rifkin. Max Bressler, national president of the Jewish National Fund of America, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Zev W. Kogan. tippers Take Steps Against Spain a AVIV — (JTA)— Israel will various diplomatic steps in hulional and maritime organoils if Spain persists in impleiting orders to deny harbor lities to Israeli shipping, it stated here this week. Acline to reports received here. authorities in Las Palnias {Barcelona issued orders which |d den> harbor facilities to Is shipping Barcelona order, according I Israel Lines a I read \from the 30th of no Israi li flag ship, carryEither pas ers or cargo, will permitted movement in th's because Israel has no dlplo|c relations with Spain."' i official communique at Las nas stated: 'As Israel has r diplomatic relations nor % Or baniers agreement with tin, no Israeli ship will be per fed to carry out trade transis in this port." It was I •ed that, under Arab pres•, the anti-Israeli policies to have been put into efon Mar 18, but were postI after intervention by SpanI tradesmen dealing with Isi lleasi i. MI steps are open to on this issue, it was said here. 'I and spam are both members f General Agreement on Tar pjtd Trade, and Israel could I" GATT for intervention on pnwnds thai Spain is violating the GATT charter. Another course open to Israel would be to !H)int nut that Spain's action might jeopardize the Madrid Government's efforts toward a link with the European Market. The Spanish Embassy in Wash' in^ton said it was cabling Madrid i for information on the boycott reports. Spain has no diplomatic relations with Israel but it has encouraged Jewish tourism and has provided port facilities for Israeli vessels. Arab boycott officials have been pressing Spain to cut commcr1 1 ial tics with Israel. Jewish National Fund National President Max Bressler met with Greater Miami Jewish leaders here to present a new plan calling for doubling their effort on behalf of Jewish National Fu id activities in response to the call ol the 28th Zionist Congress held recently in Jcru&a rh i 26lh Z ; onisl Congn ss hail eI the historic ach evements ol the Jewish Nat'onal Fund in the upbuild ng of the land of Isra I, and called upon a'l Jews of the w irid, especiallj all Zi*niil organ izations, "to give their fullest assistance to the Keren Kayemeth, to the end that the task of redeeming and reclaiming the entire territory of Israel may be accomplished with the utmost possible dis. patch." "The Jewish National Fund has adopted a new budget in keeping with th security and the urgent needs for border protection and future immigrant settlements," the Greater Miami JNF Council explained. The investment over the next four years will total $40 million. In \ lew of this new challenge, > the citizens of Israel have accepted to pay 90 percent of the cost and arc looking to American Jews, who comprise the strongest Jewish community in the world, to equal their effort and sacrifice. Bressler, in a stirring address. presented his program ot Covenant jlmami and "Vaar Ilansihim (Th Forest of Presidents), where a special area will he set aside in Israel to honor the presidents of any and all Jewish organizations, syn.i ''Ogues, ten.pies and congregations a I a tribute to their leadership and effort on behalf of Israel. "It is safe to assume that the first section will be set aside for President Lyndon li. Johnson, and one million trees will be planted by the Jewish community of Texas," Bressler revealed at the meeting here. Rabbi .\ ayer Abramowitz cli.nr' ed the mcetiflg, introduced the guest speaker, and asked the gathering to meet the challenge Rabbi Irving Lehrman praised the effort of the Jewish National Fund in land reclamation of Israel. Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF Council of Greater Miami, extended greetings. Zev W. Kogan also presented greetings. Fred Kahan. westcoas* regional director of the Jewish National Fund of America, spok* orieQy, In the discussion that followed, also participating were Eva Blum, Sam Schachno. Johan L. Berman, Miriam Press and Lillian (Joodman, Meyer Siege] was congratulated on his election as .Man of the Year'' by the Brandeis Zionist District. jjrogr eMJvi Bonk INVITE ^ YOU |W- p.obably u ..d fo your %  •W fa.nk but Jeff,**, N ,. 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Page 8-D ***/*/?/JerA#*/7 Frid y. Aprils, The Immunity of Nazi Pests # : &f By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Why arc Nazi agitators semmingly immune from the same penalties imposed on pro-eivil rights demonstrators in the District of Columbia? This question emerged when it was learned that Nazi 'sit-in" demonstrators are released on the mere forfeiture of $10 collateral. Bui .nivocates of civil rights, Negro and white, are subjected to payment of a S300 bond. They are charged with unlawful entry which i,,!Tie.1 penalty of S300 fine and six months in jail. The bond demanded from civil rights "sit-ins" is higher in the District of Columbia than in Alabama. But District of Columbia authorities have meanwhile tacitly embarked on a soft policy toward adherants of the so-called American Nazi Party, exempting Nazis from charges imposed by police against others, although the Nazis commit worse offenses. Negroes were warned that if they sought to demonstrate inside the United States Capitol building they might receive five-year jail terms and $.5,000 fines. But on January 5. a Nazi. Robert Lloyd, forced his way onto the floor of the House, disrupting proceedings, in a racist demonstration. He was freed and went away laughing after forfeiting only $20 in collateral. Rep. Charles S. Joelson, NewJersey Democrat, protested to District authorities. He pointed out that Nazi provocations were being feated lightly here. District officials gave assurances that a more serious enforcement policy would be ;idpted. Only a few weeks later, on Mar. it. a solemn interfaith memorial service for the Rev. James Reeb was in progress at Lafayette Park. across the street from the White House. Meadfl were bowed in prayer for the murdered clergyman v hen a Nazi interrupted the service. The Nazi. Daniel Skelley, displayed an anti-Negro sign, mocked those mourning Rev. Reeb. and climbed a tree to disrupt the memorial. He refused to obey police orders, handcuffed himself to a limb of the tree, and had to be forcibly removed by police. Attorneys in the crowd regarded this as an incitement to riot, disturbance of the peace, obvious resistance to the police and so forth. But he was quietly released after forfeiting only $10 collateral and will not be required f/ stand trial. John Patler, attired in the uniform of the Nazi stormtroops, was arrested the same day in front o: the White House on a charge of disorderly conduct. He was subsequently acquitted as a "misguided young man." The same John Patler a number of years ago was found guilty of defacing the B'nai B'rith building in Washington. On June 8. 1964, he was arrested and forfeited collateral on a disorderly conduct charge for forcing his way to the stage of the National Theater and interrupting a civil rights meeting. Nazi Lawrence Smith staged a "sit-in" by handcuffing himself to the gate of the British Emb.ssy. He was released af;er forfeiture of S10. But Julius Hobson. a civil rights leader, was forced to post S300 bond when he took part in a demonstration at Benjamin Frank, lin University here. Mr. Hobson was protesting the school's refusal to admit Negro students. Olhcr civil rights advocates have been charged with "trespassing" for demonstrating at places where they were not welcome. They were forced to post S300. The same did not apply to Nazi trooper Lloyd who invaded a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People youth anquet at the Statler Hotel Police felt that $10 collateral would be adequate in this case. They never managed to apprehend another Nazi who released mice among the Negro diners at the same banquet. Eight Nazis disrupted a meeting on the campus of American University, starting fights, and throwing the gathering into chaos. Only $10 collateral was asked. They all forfeited rather than stand trial. Negro pickets bearing signs asking a food supermarket for fair employment policies were told by police to remove their signs as "too inflammatory." But a Nazi counter-picket was permitted to display himself in the costume of an ape with a sign reading. "Who needs niggers?" District authorities have ignored requests by the Jewish War Veterans, anti Defamation League, and many Congressmen for vigorIfe GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why b swollowtd by lh clock? Living doily in o *'ot of shock 9 Tost your cores into fh ttoi. Rolox yoursolf omid fho troot. Big gomo fishing oil day long. Rv#l at night with win* ond songl A PARADISE? You con bo tvi. Suporb dining for tho opicwro. Accommodation*? Tho vory bost in native) chorm for you to rost. Whoro is this placo whoroof wo boast? Just 20 minutos from tho U. S. coast. An Island catlod Bohomoland Aiuro wotors, cloar sky and sond. Livo lika a King .. and bo '<••, Coma back to tho Big Coma Club in Bimini. <=>^L •o ANCHORS AWEIGH UATEI BIMINI BIG GAME IIVI EL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS i L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS %  \ \ f \ \ 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Wi: INSTALL GLASS FOII i YIHV ll ICI'OSB .' STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resifvering Our Specially Morris Orlin, founder ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE ANSWERED • RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON IS ous prosecution of the Nazis. The •] Nazis are known to have boasted that in the District of Columbia : hey can get $10,000,000 worth of mblicity for S10 collateral. Rep. Joelson has made a new proest. this time directly to Walter \. Tobriner. president of the Board il commissioners of the District of Columbia. The Congressman said, •It is my opinion that if members if the American Nazi Party are en%  ouraged in believing that they can purchase a license to disturb the neace by the simple expedient of forfeiting bail, they will be emboldened in perpetrating their disgraceful actions." Almost all of the Naiis arrested reside at the Nazi "barracks" in nearby Arlington, Va. Being non-residents of the District of Columbia, police are not required to offer them the present "bargain" collateral benefits. Two excuses have been advanced by District authorities. One is that if the Nazis were brought to trial they would obtain publicity from the judicial proceedings. This has not prevented the vigorous prosecution of civil rights activists The other excuse is that the District jail is racially integrated and that it would cause problems if Nazis were confined among Negro inmates. ~. + &f&f -*• •<* &f + &f %  &f v ~ + < • + &f + &f %  %  # &f 1 v 1J, N %  2 \ ( At Temple Ner Tamid seventh annual b [uel artendtj] sbme 500 persons recently at the Deam Hotel, Thomas was presented with n Hume.;. name of the Greater Miami Jewish comm are Judqe Louis H. Stallman. master of i %  who for many years has directed his effoits to fjeporte, St. Jude Hospital; and Rabbi Eugene Labo-. of Ner Tamid. Named "Man and Woman oi the Year' zm affair were Isidor Deemar and Mrs. Sadie Tros B-G's Brother Passes Away, 86 TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Funeral cited the Kaddish \ thegrtn services were held here Mar. 29 for Born in Plonsk. Poland.5b\( Michael Grin, the older brother settled in Tel v : where I oi former Prime Minister David crated a refreshment stand.! 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A pril 9. 1965 -Jewlstifhridriain Page 13-B w I '* I *;/„„ Silket % % %  Steven Hmrrit Frederick Abb.ff kli' i k Mmrlia Alter Jamet Goldttein J^ar IXH! ;• baseball. Idilush reception will follow %  nice Martin Adler (in • %  Mr. and Mrs. |i,. Adle II NE 172nd Si Mitzvah on Sal V| 10. He i li >nte a Bible bj the al the J in oi Hi Neai is ciii al Si h ii Fail intion partu mmir: %  n Feldman :..' \\ I 10, 11'inple Judea, I Robert, .-cm Wilton Fi Idman, i observed, ih grade honor %  de Leon Jutland at last year's 1 .iawarded honor. lie is active in ularlj water-skiing ii>' will continue education, Mr. and Mrs. Feldman will host I the Kidilush. Barbara GoWberg "Bhs Mitzvah of Barbara, flairghter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goldberg, of Miami, will be observed on Saturday morning, Apr. 10. during services at Temple Tifereth Israel. Barbara is a seventh grade student at Madison Junior High and plays trumpet and cornet in the school hand She is an active member of the Girl Scouts and was voted most valuable member ol Little League Thunderblrd 'lean, Mr and Mrs Goldberg will ten der the Kiddush in Barbara's hon r [oil u in ei %  ices, Gran Ipai .' : Mr and Mrs Max hem Pa., will attt nd the sen ii Bruce Tryon t >n Saturday moi ninj \pr. 10. Bruce Tryon, nephew ol Mr, and Mis Louis Kupchik, 221 Cadima Ai e will ie Bar \\i\i\ ah al Tem pie Zion. Bruce attends Dade Demonstra lion School and is a membei ol Boy Seoul Troop 64. Kiddush following the ceremony and a reception on Sunday in the iKupchick home will honor the Bar Mitzvah. Among out-of-town guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Frit/ Kupchik. ol Boston. Mass.. the celebrant's grandparents, and Elias Bramson. Of Worcester. Mass.. Mrs. Kupchik's father. • V Dan Rosengartan Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. (lore Rosengarten, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 10. at Temple Zion. Dean is a student of South Miami Junior High School and is interested in sports. Richard Harrow Richard Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harrow. 1336 So. Biscayne Ft., will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Mcnorah on Saturday morning, Apr. 10. Richard attends the Religious School ol 'Temple Menoiah and Nautilus Junior High Reception and dinner in Rich ard's honor will be held al the Deauville Hotel on Saturdn> eve ning ing the service and at a reception Saturday evening at the Seville Hotel. •• Frederick Abbot Frederick M. Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Abbott, 4294 Nautilus Dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. I0 r at Temple Beth Sholom. The celebrant is %  student of the Beth Sholom ConIn in.ilion Class of 5726. Steven Harris Saturday morning services. Apr. 10, at Temple Beth Sholom will include the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Michael Harris. Son of Mrs. Mollye Harris, 405 Fairway Dr.. and the late Joseph 11. Harris, the celebrant is a student in the Temple Confirmation Class 5726. •:• Milton SiIber During services Saturday morning. Apr. 10. at Beth David Synagogue. Milton Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Silber. 3681 SW 15th St., will become Bar Mitzvah. Milton is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays drums in the school hand. He has attended Hebrew School for six years. He plays toot, ball and is interested in building model airplaneand cars Mr, and Mrs. Silber are giving a reception a) the Ritz Plaza Hotel in honor of their sun Israelite Center Will Honor Charles Fidelman Israelite Center will honor Charles Fidelman at a Bar Mitzvah 'thirteenth anniversary celebration :of the Center Religious School. Fidelman, a founder of Israelite Center, will be honored on Sun. day evening. Apr. 25. at the Sterling Hotel. The honoree came to New York in 1904. He retired in 1947 and j came to Miami, where he moved |into the Southwest section. H aob uqu owHy ld a grvwp Of people planning to build • synagogue there. The Israelite j Center was completed in 1950. Two years later, Fidelman was instrumental in me establishj men* of fhe Religious School. Fidelman has served the Cen-" ter as vice president and religious' chairman. In 1954 and 1955, he served two terms as president of the Center. Currently, he is honorary president and chairman of the Advisory Council. The Apr. 25 function will cite Fidelman "for his untiring effort and devotion" to the Center James Goldstein Bar Mitzvah ol .1.rueMr and Mrs lianev Goldstein, will be observed on Saturday, Apr. 10. at Temple Emanu-El James attends seventh grade al Nautilus Junior High and plays clarinet in the school hand He is Interested in science, His hob hieinclude basketball, boating and su i m m iin; James' grandmothers, Mrs. Lena Selevan, ol Brooklyn, NY., and Mrs. Frances Goldstein, ol Miami Beach, will attend the celebration. The Bar Mitzvah will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall followAnnual Seder At Temple Sinai 'Temple Sinai will c induct its annual con $re ational Se ler on Friday, Apr 16, 6 p in., at the 'Temple Seder isponsored by Temple Sinai Sisterhood and will be conducted l>> Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy, Cantor Chet Gale. Hy Fried. Temple organist, and the Temple Sinai Choir. 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L April 9, 1965 *'Jewist)fk>r//cii3f7 Page 11-D Rabbis Testify At Housing Probe r;up ot younq Keystone Point residents enShown righ" and Mrs. unique evening at Wes.tview Country Richard Wolfson. Mel Chasen (standing), Mr. t; Swiss Alpine Night held last week, and Mrs. Arnold M. Straus, and Mrs. Chasen. \I) V t s* Catholic Organ Identifies Nazi MUNICH (JTA' A spokesrribn j..r tne Catholic Munich diocese asserted thai a former Nazi official accused ot ordering the murder <>i 30.000 Jews was living as "a respected businessman" in West Germany The Bavarian Catholic Kc\ on magazine, "The Living Cell," identified the man as Franz Hofer and said he was living in Mulheim in the Ruhr district, The magazine snicl that Holer was named the Nazi commander for the Innsbruck area and became known as "Miller's most faithful follower." He escaped from American forces who had detained him at the former Dachau death camp. Me was sentenced later by a German court to ten years at hard labor. %  I fas Swiss Alpine Night at Westview Country Club week. Authentically-costumed waiters, waitresses I musicians served a variety of Swiss delicacies. Among Y enjoying the gala evening were (left to right) Mrs. HarHana, William Weintraub and Dr. Rand. I0F LEAK? CALL ICTOIt COIVX I us repair it or apply [new one. For free pimate phone: ACME BOOFIIS'G CO. 685-1952 INSWERITE MONE ANSWERING SERVICE —Serving — Ett UMION NtWTON R 3-5581 YOUR i TELEp HONE ["OPERIY ANSWERED MS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET SHLOMO MEIR Deputy Health Minister Named By Jewish State JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Shlomo Ben Meir. of the National Religious Party, was named this week Deputy Health Minister to replace Yitz hak Rafael who resigned. Mr. Ben Meir is also Deputy Interior Minister. Previously, the National Religious Party had adopted a resolution backing Rafael, who resigned after a special report made to Prime Minister Eshkol accused Rafael of having known about kickbacks from contractors. Yehuda Spiegel, the Ministry's former Deputy Director-General, was sentenced recently to two years' imprisonment for having received such kickbacks, and Mr. Eshkol had a probe of the issue conducted by District Judge Mashe Gaulan. The National Religious party ex. pressed "shock and great regret" over the charges against Mr. Rafael, pledged to support his promised legal fight for clearance of his Qame, and stated that the Gaulan report "cast a shadow upon the name of a veteran and esteemed colleague." Religious Affairs Minister Zorach Warhaftig and Ben Meir criticized the Gaulan report severely. declaring its findings were "lllogical and inconsistent." TOPEKA — (JTAi — Anti-Jew i>h housing discrimination is being practiced in this state according t(, witnesses who testified in favor of a fair housing Law at a hearing conducted by the state's Senate Committee on Federal and State Affairs, Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Nathan Shechter. of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. Jewish leaders, including several rabbis, tcstitied about housing dis. crimination affecting Jews. Property owners in Johnson County, said the witnesses, refuse to sell to prospective purchasers who are Jewish, some mortgage comanies will not hold mortgages On •homes owned, by Jews, and. in, Panzer to Head University Body TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Martin Panzer, of New York, author and assistant of Dr. Joseph Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, was named as executive vice president of the American Friends of Tel Aviv Univerl sity. j Prior to joining the Israel Bond Organization, he was assistant to the executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. some neighborhoods the property owner and his neighbors must agree before a house is sold to a Jew. Mrs. Shechter who is also a member of the Kansas Advisory Commission on Human Rights, pleaded with the committee to approve a Fair Housing Bill. She was supported by realtors from several Kansas cities The measure is opposed by Johnson County Board of Realtors. To learn anew language before your Bon Voyage speak to BERLITZ now. 242 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. FR 1-3686 WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! %  32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company 998 S.W. 1st St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 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 TaI mudie Seminar of the Air RABBI PINCHAS TIETZ, SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. MIAMI'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION WEDR-FM, • • 7 .1



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J by ISABEL GRCVE il oman s m/crU 2 "dfewislri Floridian m wage toffee for Mrs. acob s hosted by Dolly (Mrs. u st | Harris nnd Rhona (Mrs. .'"„ Guberman Cues! of r vl |i i„. spending the holiIM ,grael and then tour Italy. Inc,. and Switzerland before [riling in 'Incountry and a with her son. Kabhi David ,l,, i n Massachusetts |st nishini! her "happy land .,,,,1 safi return" included ,\UHi iii> i Lubow, Mrs. ziif and daughter Adele terman, 1. n illt l Mrs. Alex) Mom Mrs Irvln) GoldShir) e j Mrs. Daniel) id Ellen Mrs Ralph 1 Leid\,l,.l,. Mr* George) Bernl„ \i r> Se> mour i Elaine i CoUrs Perrj Flo) Altfleld, |l„ Mrs Robert) Smith. |, (Mrs Danield) Haven, Sel iMrs Murray i Turetsky. Morgan iKev) Levy, Mrs. bard iCarol Chessman. Mrs. Ins (Connie) Baros, and Mrs. Ink (Micke; i Rose. PUS reaching Molly and Mor|Kcselman thai his nephew. Lard Hachman, has been apiinl ,ui Assistant U.S. Attornb> Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach is ca use for si pride \ member of the riila Bar since 1961, Hachhas been assigned to handle and cniiHii.il matters in the Ltsonvillc Division The 29-year-old attorney is married and has two daughters .lames Emerman is home front a visit to New Orleans, where he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Louis Walling and son Joel ... In the exotic southern city during Mardi Gras, highlight of the celebration for James was the Carnival Ball His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Emerman, residents here for 16 years, are originally from New Orleans Two out-of-town births ol Interest here; Maurice Marc, born Mar. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Lefkort. of New York City. Young mother is the former Itita Grossman, (laughter of Mrs. Maurice Grossman and the late Maurice Grossman And Mr. and Mrs. Melvin William Leavitt, of Miami Beach, are grandparents of a first son born Mar. 29 to daughter Josephine ;md husband lrwin Cooperman, of Brooklyn... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kupchik hosting a reception in their home on Sunday to honor nephew Bruce Tryon observing his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning at Temple Zton • Among out-of-town guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kupchik. of Boston. Mass.. the celebrants grandparents, and Ellas Bramson, of Worcester, Mass., father if Mrs Kupchik Bramson was recently cited In both the Wor Continued on Page 7-B Miami, Florida, Friday, April 9, 1965 Section B Holiday in Spain Show Saturday Second annual art show and cocktail party of the Women's Committee, Jewish f a m i I y and Children's Service, will be held on Saturday, tj to 8:30 p.m.. at the Neptune Room oi the Surfside Community Center, 9301 Collins Ave. A trip i i Spain for two will be first prize at the party. In addition to individual artists. 'ncludins Sadie Kosenblum. the following galleries will participate: Galerie M, Petite Galerie, Marble Arch Gallery. The Gallery. Ft. I.auderdale and Jerusalem Art Center Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky will present a numiier of framed lithi graphs by Chagall. Dufy. Orozco, Masson, and Toulouse-Lautrec. All proceeds from the party will benefit JT'CS Children's Home, an additional resource in the program ol services offered by the organiza. tion. w h i c h is affiliated with Greater M'.'imi Jewish Federation and L'nited Fund of Dade County Discussing final plans for Women's Committee. Jewish Family and Children's Service, "Holiday in Spain" ar* show and cocktail party on Saturdy eveninq are (left to riqht) Mrs. Irving H. Fell, a past president, Mrs. Max V. Cogen. Women's Committee president, and Mrs. Fred J. Lighte, past president. EXJOY THE RI1II TRAIHTIOXS Of PASSOYER IX Ml SU RY EEARIXIi ARTISTS t co.d fourth (loo. b.idcje DCWNIOWN MIAMI (tliO fli dadc-limd, miwni beach, and 163rd Itrwt)



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Fage 6-A Jenlsfi Flvrk/ian Frid ay. A P'il 9. 19651 Organizations and Leaders Hall Naming ^3lif?S Of Rabbi Kronish as Bond Chairman h im r T m£ '** Louis Snetman. president T^2 Sholom: Louis A nn *l Beth Emam.nj "em" DeCova Heads of virtually every major ami Beach, International Bank of ^, P ^ nl '"f„ T e m Pje Meno* organization and spiritual and lay Miami Jefferson National Bank of, JJfgJtaw^ president ^ leaders of temples and synagogues Miami Beach. Mercantile National ,££. ra !" • B > !" l-herkes, p£ this week avowed their support of Bank of Miami Beach, and Miami Ip !" '.' K Bc,h Am; N, the newly-named chairman of the National Bank. Also reported was | ^''f H P ^. p ~"^/ h -jnni.,,Greater Miami Israel Bond Organa substantial Israel Bor.d purchase !" % !" 2 er % %  *. boardcta| ization. Rabbi Leon Kronish. by the Seaboard Life Insurance !" "'J* mp le """": Dr. sJ Leaders of the commun.ty. at a Company ofAmerlca. JgJJ^ Labo, a 0 „,^l B'rith; and .Joseph Cohen, rem!! imi t\n [Ii' %  U*1IJ ft -l luncheon meeting of the Israel Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. chairBond Board of Governors at the man of the Women's Division, nooffice of incumbent chairman, ted that 1964 was a banner year Leonard Rosen, stood to express for the work of the division and the pledge of their organization or promised that "we shall go for' ^ l ^ fV < % ( .. < %vv > W v ~ ~--' l temple for the forthcoming camward to make 1965 a year of his% the TIHCC ^*!l ing on High Holidays appeals. paign, to be officially launched | tory for us and for Israel." A pledge and a promise to help keep Miami "the leading Israel Bond city in 'he world" is expressed in the handclasp of incumbent Chairman Leonard Rosen, newely-rrermed Chairman Rabbi Leon Kronish and Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Rabbi Kronish will be inaugurated nto his new office at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sunday, May 2, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Carl Weinkle, chairman of the 1964 Israel Independence Day Dinner, indicated that plans were ,, oub e occ ;toA already under way to make the % .• M4-S Israel Independence Day | % '^J^D'*? K State Dep't. Says We Should Spurn Soviet Jews Dinner on May 2 "n historic milestone." Other reports on plans for the School Youths Win Medallions Continued from Page 1-A • iblic opinion can lead the Soviet Government to calculate that its interest can best be served by teai mpaign against Ju. Mr. Mac Arthur stated. The State Department official assessment of Soviet anti-Semisin *?id: "While all observers rgree that Soviet Jews are being f laced under increasing restrictions with regard to religious worship, the United States Government has no information inoicating that Soviet Jews fear physical persecution of the type i nd magnitude which was directed against them during Czarist limes or during the immediate post-war period under Stalin." Also, said the State Department. 'here is no evidence that the authorities intend to incite the public to acts of anti-Jewish violence. Rather, they seem to be using popular anti-Semitic sentiments for their |own purposes." The Department added that "Judaism is one of the 11 recognized religious sects in the USSR and fares better than nonriized groups, especially those | such as Jehovah's witnesses which espouses pacifism." Sen. Scott said he disagreed "em. phatically" with the government's decision to refrain from action. He said that "for the past two 1 years, U.S. Government officials I have expressed their concern about this situation, but only before Jew1 ish groups in the United States, never to the Soviet Union and — with one exception — not even bejfore the United Nations." The Sen1 ator charsed that the government "puts its head in the sand on the issue of human rights." at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on May 2, at which Rabbi Kronish will be inaugurated. Rosen, reporting on the 1964 campaign, announced that Miam ians purchased e total of $2,685,900 in Israel Bonds in 1964, representing a 32 percent increase over the previous year. Shepard Broad, statewide vice chairman for banks, trusts, insurance companies and fiduciaries, reported sales of $847,100 to these i institutions Two loea n| 8 n school youths are Among banks which purchased ; w nncr s of hi £ en,C r Z^nZ* Israel Bonds in 1964 are Capital offered by the Dado County OptoNational Bank of Miami. City Nametric Association tor excellence tional Bank of Miami. Community of their ^exhibits at the 1965 SciNational Bank of Bal Harbour, ence Fair. County National Bank of North Jack Weintraub. 4171 Battersea Miami Beach. Fidelity National Rd a student at Southwest Miami Bank. First National Bank of MiSenior High School, has been des| ignated a winner in the Senior Division for his project. "How We See Color." Arnold Rosenhors. 6460 SW lit!: St.. a student at West Miami junior Hish School, was selected win ner in the Lower Division for his display on "Problems of Light Dif fraction." The optometric group issues awards each year to Science Fair entrants whose projects deal with the subject of vision and sight conTIDES, The Pride of the STRICTLY KOSHER ORTHODOX HOTEL!" $Q50 daily per person EU T 40 of 114 room COSHER MEAU. 1 % RESERVE FOR PASSOVR Conducted by Cantor % MEYER SCHMUCKLER MASHQIACH 4 SYNAGOGUE On Premises I Phone JE 1-6701 % Newniark and Kesselman % MIAMI BEACH % ON THE OCEAN AT 12th JT Beth Torah USY To be Honored Beth Torah United Synagogue Youth, junior and senior groups, will be honored at late Friday evening services conducted by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. Affiliated with the National t'ni ted Synagogue Youth, the group received a number of awards at the recent Southeast Regional Conf rvation. and stimulate public inference, forest to eye ctre. Beth Torah president Steve Wein inger was elected president of the Southeast Region and also won a trip to Israel with the Youth Pilj grimage this summer. Those to be honored include Marshall Baltuch. Miss Gilda Abramowitz, Ted Schoenberg. and Youth Committee of Beth Torah under the direction of Gabriel Shantzis. CENT. AIR C0NO 1 HllliO (INf. CtNT I Possover Seders! April 16 & 17 Will Be Observed in the Victor Hotel Air-Conditioned Dining Rjcm Ocean Drive and 12th Street Miami Be.ich Managed and Co"a,.etd ty Rev. Harry Kah„| CANTOR and Spiritual leader Assisted by a Classical Chm $20.00 PER PERSON Both Seders, Including Tips STRICTLY KOSHER C.itered By SAND-Ell CflTftttS For Reservat'on. Cal VICTOR HOTEL Ocean Drive and lWi Strut Phone 531-0041 rvwvrvyif>fwvvwwww^fwwvw^rvv^^ Americana Hotel PRESENTS Passover Seders THE GEFTER'S ORAL REEF Oceenfrent t 34th Si. Miami Beach, Florid. World linousCtnterVictorGetjwill conduct 2 Seders a MMfM *i" t ioui Semen >rei|neut the Reli(iotn Services Daily full Time Mash|iec* en Premises •8 FREE KOSHER MEALS INCUIDtO cm MC l( daily per person dWt. occ M jr 14 Apt. IS (20 ot 105 rooms) Other Riles AeeMaele Silt, Sufar. fat-tree Diets. No Ertra Ctiaeie tor Steals, Roasts and Chops. 21" TV • Sell-PartMf Entertainment • Chaise loonies • Orange luica Daily • Prnrate Beecti • Pool leech: SJMoll r NATIONALLY FAMOUS... COMMUNITY SEDERS CONDUCTED BY Rabbi Solomon Schiff Friday, April 16th, 7 TM. Saturday, April 17th, 7:15 P.M. Congregation Beth El THE FABULOUS ZEIGER J FOR 50 WARS IN THE GRAND BALLROOM Sponsored By TEMPLE MEN0RAH MIAMI BEACH Conducted By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD KlBNj TEMPLE CHOIR 1st SEDER, Friday, April 16 $15.00 per person 2nd SEDER, Saturday, April 17 $12.50 per person DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED FOR RESERVATIONS CALl ON 6-0221 KOSHER CUISINf I ZEIOER8 500 SlW. T7th AVENUE Catered by Royal Hungarian For Reservations Call FR 9-3004 or FR 3-6107 IRitzPlaza-i MOTH MM. MMM* cure %  RESERVE NOW FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR DAVID WOLF Choir dilia. TRADITIONAL KOSHER PASSOVER SEDERS ... under the direction ot the Sirkin Family EVENINGS OF APRIL 16 ft 17 $75 per person for both evenings incl. tax & gratuity Seder conducted under the auspices of CANTOR CARL BENDER Celebrated Radio Star. Concert Singer and World Famous Cantor Dietary laws Strictly Obeyed • Mashgiach on Premise! For Reservations: Mr. Arthur Teichner Phone: Jitters*" The ONLY Oceanfront Hotel on Lincoln Road M" KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE nDD7 ITS phone Serving Passover Meals During Entire rVee* JE II*} MASHGIACH ON PREMISES



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ow to Ready the Home for Passover sach, which, this year, is Frid; 15 Apr. 16. -var#J}> — ^f"* 1 ^^! 9 m 4fc Q Ale fri sn fruits and vegel .T Mfi %  ~_~% %  H V % %  ^11 Klot: LIKIIC. fill' l'i.,mi'r Mill i eJewisli Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, April 9. 1S65 Section C %  %  Jolidny Begins With Seder Friday Evening, Apr. 16 .nub ii itative guide is ofb-,. in ll lorm ol a series of ,.. 5 answers, plus a list• (he ..ii-l times for various l( nj 'assover observance. L rabbinical author!i on of Orthodox J, ations <>l America. .. remember that such l deal with all probcms likely to arise and that a wheat, rye. barley, oats, millet, as abbi should be consulted in such well as derivatives of these grains, ituations. are subject to the laws of chometz. nice. corn, peas and all types of beans also may not be used during Passover, drain vinegar is an exniipie it a derivative lOOd wiiicn •s chometz. 0. How much chometz in a par icular food makes it unfit lor O. What is the basic dietary law n whith Passover food prepareii n and use is based? A. A ban on the use ol chometz, 8 general term lor all leavened IOOJS. Foods and drinks made from .'a -stiver use? A. Any amount. One must not "at or have any chometz during the entire Passover period, whether in 'he natural state, processed form, or in the mixture. Q. Until what time may chometz be eaten this year? A. Chometz may not be eaten this year alter 9:30 a.m. of I'.rev Pi' The traditional way to make a Seder i CANDIES are lighted |y tilt' HI oi In-r of ihf liou-10 ushrr in ihr festival of }'-' %  liver. The Iwnedicnon which the pronounces over the • andles gives a religious meaning I* ihia simple arl. An abundance of 1 i>£ 111 • vmholiws joy and feMivily. and tlir • oft ranille glow adda an aura of • pirituality to the Srilrr table. 2 A CUP OF WIN: IS placed at earli table setting. Tinsanctificalion of I lie Holiday is pronounced over tile fir-t rup. Three adilitional cups are ilrunk during the couraw of ihe Seder, making a total of four, to symbolize the four expressions of the Lord's promise to redeem the eliildren of l-t.n I and deliwr tin-in from bondage. 3 THE HACCADAH I literati) "the tellirm") contains Ihe complete Seder rriemonies in their prescribed order (\rtlrr). The first part of thr book, concerned mainly wilh the story of tin* Jews' deliveram from Egypt, i read In-fur. the meal. After dinner follow* the second portion consisting of prayers of prai-and thanks to the Almighty. 4 MATZOH repre•••nlthe "bread of affliction" eaten by liltJews in Egypt, and also ihe bread that haillobe baked during their hasty flight when there was no time for leavening. Three inatzot are plaeed in the Seder tray. Half the middle matzah, saved for Ihe Afikomon I dessert), is playfully "stolen" by a child and ransomed for a prize. 5 THE Z'ROAH, a roasted •hank bone, is plaeed on the Seder tray. It represents the ancient sacrifice of the Paschal lamb (Prsarh) which had to he eaten roast etl. I'esarh, the Hebrew name for Passover, alao re. fern to the Lord'a passing over fpos< ach) the Jewish homes during the plague visited upon the Egv ptiaa firstborn. 6 THE BEITZAH, a roi-i ill e g g placed I<-!i of the /.'roah. •vmbolir.es tinrequired offer%  111 brought on alt festival* in the .' 'tuple I I g|t t oiiile not itself ate* lificeit. is lived in •.iie Seder as it is Inr Jewish symbol ( mourning I in ihii rase for the •• oi the Temple w ii e r e the sacrifices were :. ..j.iit I 7 'THE MAKOI or "hitter herbs" i u-ualM horseradish) is plaeetl in ihe middle of ihe tray and symboli/es ihe Jew*' bitter suffering under the Egyptian yoke. Directly brlow is the (hazt'tth. another piece of hitter herbs, commemorating the custom of eatin". Marpr sandwiched I Hween two pit era of MuUuh. 8 THE CHAROSET, placed beneath the /.'roah. ia mixture of chopped apple, nut-, cinnamon, and wine designed to look like the mortar ued by the Jews in building the palace* and pyramids of Egy-'t during centuries of forced labor. Before the \laror is eaten, it is dipped h.lo the C/.*V'. 9 THE KARPAS. a piece of parsley or lettuce placed to the left of the C.harostt, symbolise*, the meager diet of the Jews in Egyptian bondage. ll is dipped into salt water in remenihranie of the tears they shed in their misery. Th Karpas also signifies Springtime, the season of Passover. 10 THE CUP OF ELIJAH, filled with wine, is kept on the table throughout the Seder in the hope that the Prophet Elijah mav appear a* a messenger of the Almighty and announce the coming of the Messiah. Thus, in the midst of their memories of the past, the Jews look forward to the day of universal peace, love, ami brotherhood. HATKWAl JEWISH WWARl BOARD MADt THt ARRANGWrm fcls Around the Globe to Mark Passover N I ll Ef Spec'al Report 1 'RK — From Vetnam tt Bay, Cuba, an I from % %  Vzores, ih in :'ii I. ol •' %  ish GTs on du*v w'th Port it ill join nists around th 'in" I assover, the -' i stival of Ereedom. undown Friday. Apr, al Jewish Welfare ban arranged foi Jewish servicemen and th: ir famI'es al more than 600 military in staliatii us at home and abroad atvell as for mi n aooa a Naval vessel* and troop transoorts an I those | assigned to missile has -s .iw\ track MI stations Bnd patients In state I side Veterans Administration bos |o tals to observe the cl ihf day les tival. Al-.o included in JWB's worldwide Passover panning are a number of American Jewish civilians servin-j with the Peace Corps in Nepal, Tanzania, Tunis^, Pakistan, Liberia, and Ethiopia and with State Department missions in Thailand anc 1 India. Passover sen ices, sed rs on base, in synagogues, Jewish Community Centers and other com munite facilities, home hospltalit> an l at many installations, special Passover meals for the entire eight lays of the holiday have been oranized in the United stale.and at some 70 overseas points by the 170 full and parttime Jewish chaplains, regional JWB consultants, communitj Armed Services and Veterans Committees and Jewish lommunity ('inters. Jewish chaolaina v ill officiate al Passover services in Vietnam. Japan. Kon a. Okinawa, the Philip nineTurkey. Germany. France. Italy, Greal Britain. Hawaii. PanContinued on Page 2-C sach, which, this year, is Friday, Apr. lb'. Q. Are fresh units and vegetables kosher for Passover. Other than Legumes: beans, corn. pea-. etc.? A. Fresh truits and vegetables with the exceptions noted, are kosher for passover. Food which is prepared or processed commercially in ANY way may not be kosher for Passover. The only assurance that packaged processed foods and other products are kosher for Pass, over is certification by recognized rabbinic authorities, indicated by a label or emblem of such rabbinic authorities, indicated by a label or certification. Such kosher lor Passover certification should be clearly and unmistakably an authentic part of the l.hel printed by the manufacturer directly on the container or wrapper ol the product. Q. Should dishes, utensils and other kitchen and eating and storage implements be bought specilically lor Passover use' A. Such a procedure is the bi -' assurance of complete adherence to Passover regulations. Under speedied conditions and if properly koshered, some utensils used the res; of the year may be used during Passover. It is suggested that the rabbi be asked about the proper procedures. Q. Max plastic tablecloths be used? A. Yes, O. Docs the oven need special cleaning? A. The oven is used throughout the year and it must be cleaned, scraped and burned out. A fitted metal lining for the interior is recommended. Special metal plates should be placed over the top of the range to prevent contact with Passover utensils. Your rabbi will be happy to give information on how to do this. Q. What is to be done with the chometz which is not used up or disposed Of before Passover'' A. Passover regulations require transfer of ownership oi such chometz to a non-Jew through an instrument called Shtar Mechirah. A 11 leftover chometz should be placed in a spare room, closet or trunk which is then to be locked. All chometz dishes and utensils, after being thoroughly cleaned, also must be placed in a special locked location. The rabbi is then authorized ta prepare a bill ol sale and arrange for transfer ol ownership ol the chometz to a non-Je 0. When is ownership returned? A. The Rabbi, acting as agent, may repurchase the chometz after I assover when it again may be used. One's n a m c and address should be left w ith the rabbi and a reasonable lime permitted to pass before the stored chometz is used to aliow the rabbi enough time to finish the second part ol the trans action. Q. What is the special ceremony lot disposal of chometz.' A. A formal ceremony, called •lledikat Chometz" is required. This begins with a final check ol the home at nightfall. Thursday, Apr. 15, to make sure that all chometz has been removed. The pockets of all clothing should be included in this search, Q. How is "Bedikal Chometz" performed? A. Since the home is presumed by this time to be Iree ol chometz, crumbs of bread are placed in each loom SO that the search will not I"' in vain. Immediately alter nightrail on Thursday. Apr. 15. the head of the house, his way lighted by a candle carried by a member of Ihe family, goes from room to room, using a leather and a wooden spoon to gather any chometz The Chometz. spoon, leather and candle ai e then wrapped in a cloth and tied with a string This chometz is to be burned the next morning. The head ol the house then formally renounces ownership ol an\ undiscovered chometz. The formula Kid Cbamira, appears at the beginning e| the Haggadah, as does the bless itig which is to be recited only in the evening. Q. What is the ccrenion.v for the burning ol the chometz? A. The ceremonj is called "Biur Chometz" and takeplace later than 10a.m., on erev Pesach, Friday. Apr 16. The Chometz, as well Continued on Page 2-C



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ta April 9, 1965 +J(*lst.tk>rlcHc*n Bape 7^A fcram J7r#es /?e? Bloc Cooperation LMJRVA (JTA) An urgent to the Soviet and East GerGovernments to make public iediat-lv all their documents Nazi war criminals was made h, Morris B. Abram. U.S. repLutive before the fnitcd NaCommission on II u m a n fats fh,. Commission interrupted the Emulation %  ,lia convention lUS intolerance to deal %  I punishment %  wa r criminals and of. claims I manity Mr. Abram. who ti. 0 presidenl ol the American immittee, discussed the •stion recentl} with top West ,,„., federal authorises. PreviUv he had been on the Nurem' war crimruals prosecution „r. Abram pointed out that eviice in the Auschwitz and other crimes trials had indicated jf Soviet archives still "conIn a considerable volume of ir crimes material, and that %  st German authorities had .lared that vast quantities of L crimes evidence were still in irage there. Until this has been lestigated and the results made .ilable to the Federal Republic Germany, no reasonable percan expect effective prosecuof the many Nazi criminals may be revealed," he told Commission. a tribute to Nazi war crimes tinis. Mr Abram urged that no (eminent seek to make propaproiits ot ibe war crimes igaiast humanity, which arc universally denounced. "The possible action on behalf of | victims." he declared, "is to the Universal Declaration of pan rights a living and enforcetruth." an obvious reference to the el Union and East Germany, jcored those governments who aled "records of reprehensicriminals only after tbejr I achieved respectable proinint A war criminal is as despic1 before he sneaks into prominence as after," Mr. Abram declared. Meanwhile, against the opposition of the three Communist mem bers and one of the Arabs on the body, the United Nations Com mis sion on Human Rights decided overv helrningly to include in the draft convention on elimination of all religious intolerance a clause pro posed liy Israel, making it manda tprj on all governments to guaran. tee the i i-;ht of all religious com munities to "write, print and publish religious books and texts." Without naming the Soviet Union, the clause was clearly aimed at the USSR, where those rights "to write. print and publish" are denied to Jews. Associate Xiisflce Maim Cohn. of the Israeli Supreme Court, who freedoms instrument, Abram and 1.1 a delegate to tne Commission, Sir Samuel Hoare. British delcI loposed that clause as an amendg Ut e, obtained Communist agreement o one of the articles of the ment to a clause that would state projected religious freedoms conclearly that no state may subject wiition. I he ,1,-aft convention has _=— been debated by the Commission for a week, any religion or belief to governmental control. All three of the Communist delegations — the USSR. Poland and Ukraine — agreed with that point 1 of view after Mr. Abram told the Commission he did not believe that any state has "superior judgement in the field of religion." The Soviet Union, Ukranian, Polish and Iraqi delegates on the Commission argued against the Cohn motion. When it came to a vote, 18 de'egates of the 22-member Commission voted in favor of the Israeli motion; the USSR and Iraq voted against it, while Poland and the Ukraine abstained. In another debate on one of the clauses proposed for the religious Erhard Pledges New Ties to Israel Will be More Than Mere Formality Continued from Page 1-A statute of limitations on Nazi murderers for only lour years and eight months. "Dr. Erhard assured me there is reason to hope that the statute will be reconsidered and extended 9 ithin the next four years," Dr. I'rinz reported. "He also told me that a new criminal code being prepared may eliminate nil statutes of limitations for murder." Dr. Prinz said, however, that he was "deeply alarmed" by the hostility of the Free Democratic Party, the junior partner in West Germany's coalition government, toward extension of the statute. He commented that the Free Democrats were in danger of losing the 5 per cent of the popular vote needed for representation in the Bundestag, the lower house of Parliament, and were therefore grasping for toe neo-Nazi vote in desperation. nn DEAUWLLE presents JAN peeRce Metropolitan Opera Star, conducting PASSOVER SEDERS S^fyrAlf^'pit $17 50 tip and lax ind *1RT SEDER Jr.., April 16 — 7 PM <£9950 tip and V^


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Paqo 10-B %  **/#fhrk/lar Friday. April 9, %  TEMPLE Beth Tov held a testimonial Sal irday i \ eal the Bisca> ne Terrace Hopel. Honored %  and Mrs, Murray Simon. For th"e" tfccaSfbn. Ura Simon selected a gold and hite brocade floor-length gown nd matching coat, with the f.ihi ic comin Ironi Bombay. Another of the honorees was Mrs sarah Czech in an iridescent blue-rey peau de soie with sequin1 rimmed lace inserts Tom Adams. Florida Secretary i f State, was gui St speaker. For the testimonial Mrs. Adams wore -nun especially designed by the couturier. Kristin, in apricotcolored silk chiffon featuring a -fashed bateau neckline and i raped in a modified Grecian -tyle. The to^a-type panniers ere lined in cerise Mrs Rich. rd Hollahan made the royal pur le and gold lame shealh she ore It covered only one shouli or and had a large asy metrically-draped lx>\\ across the bodice. £HAIRMAN [or the evening, ^* Mrs Conrad Alia in. wore a -ilk brocade gown and matching toat in ombre pink and green pastels. The collar and cuffs of the evening coat were in pink ;.eau de soie. Her daughter. Miss Melodye Allain. chose an ice blue satin and white lace formal. Mrs. Nathan I.urie's white silk crepe featured gold bugle beads •n a scroll pattern on the fringe trimmed overblousc. Mrs. Howid Gurland, president of Sisterhood, chose an ice pink peau de soie gown. Her overblousc was encrusted with matching colored iridescent sequins and caviar beads. A black silk crepe -heath formal was worn b\ Mrs Gary Shubir. White ostrich leathers banded her low scooped neckline with a narrow line of ihinestones setting off the feathers. Mrs Sali Rothchilds teal blue %  Ik linen sheath had short kJ RS Bess Tubin. president of %  {Be City of Tlope. wore a multi-c red floral brocade sheath with gold lame woven into the fabric and gold caviar beads detailing the print. An illusion bodice on a white silk sheath was the choice of Mrs. Gene\ leve Wagner. Satin-lined bugle beads and iridescent sequins trimmed her overblousc Mrs. Murray Halpern selected a peacock blue gown with foliage clusters created b> bugle beads and sequins. A pink satin evening skirt with jewel-encrusted overblousc was worn by Mrs. Walter \Ya\man. Wife of the Temple president. Mrs. Milton Miller, was in a hothouse pink silk crepe gown. Her sheath skirt was tiered, her fitted bodice had a scooped neckline, and it was sleeveless Aquamarine silk organza over taffeta was selected by Mrs. Roberl C Rogers Her bodice was of a matching colored chantilly lace. The gold, black and white silk brocadesheath worn by Mrs. Louise Murray was from India. and featured a modified halter neckline. DORCELAIN blue was the color %  choice of Mrs Isidore Bolner. Her evening skirt was in satin, with sequins and bugle beads trimming her knit overblouse. Mrs. Jonas Sherbal's white satin full-length skirt was topped with a beaded bodice which featured clusters of bugle bead fringe. Seed pearls and bugle beads weic embroidered on the aqua satin gown worn by Mrs. Jack Grusbf. Mrs. David Porvins choice for the evening was an ice blue silk brocade Irom India. A matching satin-lined fingertiplength coat topped her floorlength sheath. Mrs. Philip F. Thau (extreme left), elected 1965June Brustein, Mis. Enrique Kalusm Mrs. Fa* 66 president of the Greater Miami Women's nie Goldberg, and Mrs. Anna Opper at a Division, American Friends of the Hebrew Unirecent meetinq in the home of M;s. Maurice versity. is congratulated by (from lef" Mrs. Zimmerman. American Friends Women's Division Elects Mrs. Philip Thau as President IfT US DO YOUR PASSOVtR COOKING FOR YOU! Full course take-out Traditional Seder Dinner Only S3.00 Per Person CALL FOR FREE MENU AND PRICE LIST OF LARGE VARIETY OF PASSOVER COOKED FOOD All Foods Prepared Strictly Kosher for Passover Continental m Kosher Caterers 8393 Bird Road, Miami Phs: CA 6-1744, CA 1-9096 Mrs Philip F. Thau has been elected president of the Greater Miami Women's Division, Amen can Friends of the Hebrew University, Mrs Thau succeeds incumbent Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff Mis. Siamund Fogler. chairman of the Nominations Committee, presented the unanimously-adopted slate. Other officers ele.-ted include Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoit. honorarv presidents; Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Miss Lillian Goodman. Dr. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Jack S. Popick. and Mrs. Carrie Rosen, president's cabinet; Mrs. Abram rox. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Harry I'latoff. vice presidents; Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. recording secretary; Mrs. Emil Friedlander. Mrs. Jacob Katzman and Mrs. Leon Kronish. program Women's Club Installation Set Forte Towers Women's Social Club will hold its first installation of officers at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Officiating at the installation will be Judge Kenneth Oka and Larry King. Officers are Mesciames Gertrude Solomon, president; Alice Levine. first vice president; Elsie Hershman. second vice president; Ida Janevry. treasurer; Rose Rosenbaum. recording secretary; Faye • Rubelman. assistant recording secretary Mesdames Pauline Platt, corresponding secretary: Rita Marder. financial secretary; Belle Sklar. sergeant-at-arms; and Alice Berlin, Rose Blumenthal and Helen Rafelman. trustees. co-chairmen: Mrs. Gerald Scbwartt, social secretary; Mrs Kuth Johnson Bei ger. parliamentarian. At the meeting held in the home oi Mrs Maurice Zimmerman, of Miami Reach. Mrs. Leon Kronish moderated ;i discussion about the advantages and possible problems in a program of foreign student exchange Participant Mai Hecht. who attended the Hebrew University ot Jerusalem under the American Student Program sponsored by the American Friends, described his first days in Israel jiid the ways in which American and Israelis can effect an Ide; urning SM alien lur lorei-,.er\cconling; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president there arc currently tour participants from the Southeast in thul program. •American studentat the um-1 versity gain a perspective irtfd no other type ot visit to lsrae.| can olfer them.'' Hecht stated Both Hecht and the -rath part*] ipant in the p Meira nicr. emphasised that the bridge I ii understanding built by studnl exchange at the i • %  under graduate level can enrich not onl; .ndividual lives but the life of Lr.iel and ol diaspora Jewry as a| whole as well." Mrs. Harold Thurman and MR I Kronish described personal exper-1 iences and observations about the | positive effects ol student •[ change. MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZUCKfRMAN established in I94S ft 333 FAMOUS M 671 WASHINGTON AVE. PARK'NT, FACILITIES MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant Dirarans SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. J I BiS€ANB TKBBME HOTEL Catering Department STARLIGHT BALLROOM WINDINGS • *M MfTZVAMS • BaNQUITi STtlCTlY KOSHMFACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF KAMI TIBO* H STEIN CAU Miss SKrley, Catering Mgr FR 9-3792 ROYAL HUNGARIAN TW RESTAURANT OUR DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT i General Hospital, Eastern Airlines The St. Francis Hospital, North Miarrt Heart Institute, Miami Beach, and PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED CANTOR SAMUEL ROSOFSKY, of Jacob C Will Officiate At The Seder 731 Washington Aye. Cohen Synagogue Services JE 8-5401 tl gonf Catering lor Bar Mitrvonj, Weddings, and elf Social Function! STAR Dairy, Veg-oTFlsh Restaurant! EST 1943 — Under Same Management j SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNERS ( THK 'ii.i'KST A\n "M.Y I'AlKY RESTAURANT IN DADECOCNTT | i 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 I Technion to Hear Concert Pianist A luncheon {or the American Society of Technion. supporterof the Technion Institute in Israel, v ill be held at the DiLido Hotel on noon Fridaj Mrs Milton Sirkin. president. ; nni'uncerl that a special prorjram has been arranged by Nan Cohen. program chairman, and Mrs Bernard Berkeley, chairman of the day Mary Prarlman. concert pianist. will play music <>t George Ger shuin Mrs. Pearlman studied under the late Mr Gershwin's teach n. and Gershwin himseU arranged for Mrs Pearlman to go on tour through the country. Another musical treat in the program will be Allen Gildersleeve, whose baritone voice bai been featured in musical comedy. i.pera and with the Los Angeles Symphonic Chorus and Orchestra, 'lildersleeve is manager of the Arthur Godfrey Rd. office of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association. HAROLD PONT .ina I R-VI N GORDON GORIHKV and lOVI •raa "TOO KOSHER CATERERS front hors d'oovvre* to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR %  !• Under tne itnct supervision of the United Kashrus Atoeiati* Greater Uumi-Supervising RatotiiRabtji Abraham IL. OPEN HOUSE WEDDfMM MR MfTZVANS SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS % Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy I*: % Hors d'Oeuvres Supplied to Hotel* ft Individuals Wholesale I a"'"' 1 BAR MITZVAHS • WEDDINGS Call Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised by Rabbi M. Co ^.. SOCIAL FUNCTIONS NORMANDIE RESTAURANT and CATERERS 940 7 1st ST. UN 6-6041 Specialists for Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs & Social Func^ TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER S3.25 Raleigh Hotel Dining ItooM ... i. t %  .„ fin* '** jE 8-2CM0 Undtr supervision al Peart ft laa-Serviat thi Ultimate in M" 18th and Collins



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Friday. April 9. 1965 -Jewlsli th-rtdHar Paqe 15-B Svmbolic of the dedication of Morton Towers residents to the cause of Israel was the Book of Tribute seen here beinq presented by Meyer L. Cherkas to Col. Chaim Domi, deputy chief of ordnance of Israel's Armed Forces. The presentation took place Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel durinq the Morton Towers Israel Ball, of which Cherkas was chairman. .ebediker Branch leeting Sunday Lebediker Branch of Farboad mil hold a special meeting Sunay, 2 p.m., at Washington redkral Savings and Loan Association. 123-1 Washington Avc. Nomination of officers and ExIcutive Board members will be held. Reports "ill be offered by Solonon Parness, Oscar Shapiro, Eli %  alin, Dr, \orman Berk, Leon fcpril. Jacob Eraidman and DorIthy Schwartz. All questions pertaining to mapr medical insurance, as well as Irrangemrnts with dental ser\'ice, rill be answered. j Following the meeting, Mrs. loseph Zuckerman will be hostess It Passover refreshments. Beth David USY Beth David USY Chapter will hold its regular monthly paper .drive on Sunday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on the Synagogue parking lot. On Sunday, at 7:15 p.m.. the USY Study Group will meet and have a Pesach workshop program. laxwell House Tops for Holiday | Maxwell House Coffee, long a faorite in Jewish homes, is the pertct beverage to top off your Pass. vcr dinners. The makers of Maxwell House are old hands in the irt of blending eoffee, and the reults of many years of perfectBg the best possible blend is apparent with your first sip. Mother will want to keep a fresh M on the stove so that when fce holiday cooking is done and p sponge cake is cooling by the pindow. she can relax with a good Tip of coffee. [Then late at night, when the last jwler guest is gone and the chilI'l'n are all tucked in bed, Mother Ijid Father can keep the holiday [low alive by chatting over their fnal cup of Maxwell House Coffee. I So at Passover, and all year FJ^Sh. make your guests feel Nv "at home" by serving them paxwell House, the eoffee that's lood to the last drop Reception Slated For Technion Commissioner Alex Gordon and Judge Frederick \. Barad are hosting a cocktail party and reception in conjunction with Technion, Israel Institute of Technology at Haifa. Israel, on Monday at the Doral Beach Hotel. Guests of honor are Meyer A. Baakin, first Greater Miami Chapter president, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Technion was recently presented with a million dollars from the Meyer Gold estate by executor Sydney L. Weintraub. Technion's student body of over ; 5,600 represents students from 80 I countries, and supplies engineers I for Israel's defense forces, as well las the architects and engineers for Israel's development and growth. Judge Barad is president of the South Florida Chapter. Morton Towers Residents Buy $103,000 in Bonds More than 400 residents of Morton Towerjoined in paying tribute Saturdaj night to the men and women under whose leadership the organizations ol Morton Towers have pn \ ided residents with unusual opportunities to serve their community, their country and the State Of Israel The iccasion was the Morton rs Israel Ball at the Fontainel lean Hotel at which guests purchased more than $103,000 in Israel Bonds in response to an address bj Rabbi Leon Kro nis li. spiritual leader ot Temple Beth Sholom. Leaders of Morton Towers organizations were presented with the America-Israel Service Award in a ceremony conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, and Col. Chaim Domi, deputy chief of ordnance of Israel's Armed Forces. The award was presented "in recognition of their role in activating the communal life of Morton Towers and for setting a pattern which may lead the way to similar functions on behalf of Israel by other high-rise apartments not only in Miami but throughout the United States." Chairman of the event was Mey ei L. Cherkas. assisted by Morris I. Minov, chairman of the corps of hosts. Recipients of the award were Mrs. Cecile G. Kluger, president. B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Chapter; Ellison Kosoff. president. B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Lodge; Mrs. Khoda Levine. president. Fight for Sight; Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president. Morton Towers Group, lladassah; Mrs. Sam Kuban. 1500 Women's Club; Earl M. Weiner, president, Morton Towers Men's Club; Mrs. Ira Weiner. president. Biscaync Chapter ORT; and Mrs. Bennett ; Wexler, president. Morton Tow ess North Women's Club. in I. \\. dli .1 Apr .' Ben Ic Island, -NY. (ioi-don. RAND. Joseph, 94, ol 800 Washlti Ave anil I Irooklj n, died A pi In Iti okivn Riverside EISENBERG. I'll... 112, ,.| : \ ltd il Mai .--\ l\ .1 nia. Rlvei nidi WOULFF. |i i ..I 1047 Mi iin We., |ir H BALKANY. %  W | I M EAROM. Samui i. I Ave., died I'.-ii CABOT. \l I siilh I >r died M 'i Phi ucla l|>hl i. I: • CLAASER. Ill ii j I nin J., N I' 127th SI New in.i n PIMSKY. ,Il ill si' M Ti ii >i Mar .! i ... i nidi, AMSTER. Samui v T. i died Mar • lll> el-side. RABBI ABRAHAM CRONBACH Noted Reform Rabbi Passes CINCINNATI — (JTA) — Funeral services were held here Sunday for Rabbi Abraham Cronbach. educator and author, who died Friday at the age of 83. At the time of his death, he was rabbi emeritus of the Valley Temple in Cincinnati. The American-born rabbi had served on the faculty of his alma mater, the Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, from 1922 until he became professor em. eritus oi social studies in 1950. He served Reform Jewish pulpits in South Bend, New York and Akron. O.. and had been chaplain oi the Chicago Federation of Synagogues. He was an honorary vice president of the American Council for Judaism. In 1953. Dr. Cronbach was one of three clergymen who r r g e d President Eisenhower for clemency for Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, convicted atom spies. Miami Program Congress Eyes Miami's Economic Opportunity Program has been selected as an area of study for a congression.il Sub-Committee for the W a r on Poverty. The Congressional Sub-Committee held its first informal meeting in Miami on Monday, according to Alvin Cassel, president of Economic Opportunity Program of Dade County. The meeting took place at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, and Cassel explained that the Sub-Committee is primarily interested in any problems in the operation of the Economic Opportunity Act w h i c h might indicate a need for modification of the legislation. LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKllICIlY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n liualni HH under the flctltlnu* name >f \11 >I. I.V ItROWN RBSTAl'RANT al tlii-1 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, Intendx i" register Nnid name with I ;, ik nf the Circuit Court "I I hide County, Florida. MARKET M.NI'.I: CORPORATION A Florida ("oni HAROLD SHAPIRO Mtorue.i foi Applicant K27 I. Iii' "In ltd Miami Beai Ii I II|ii Beba Ideson Club Meeting Beba Idelson Club of Pioneer Women is to hold a regular meeting on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. in the Community Room of Washingi ton Federal Savings and Loan As sociation, 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrs. Fannie Gibson, acting president, will conduct the meeting. Plans will be made for the annual Mother's Day celebration !on Sunday. May 9. at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Set United Warsaw Ghetto Committee of Greater Miami will commemorate the heroic uprising of the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto on Sunday at the Jewish Cultural Center at 8 p.m. Luba and Myer Eisenberg will portray the story of the Warsaw Ghetto, together with the participation of the Jewish Folk Chorus under the direction of Barnett Breeskin. Representatives of participating organizations will lead a procession in a oandleligbiing ceremony for the six million Jews murdered bj the Nazi. Cantor Jacob Ben-Ari will chant the "El Molay." Speakers will include Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth Kodesh Congregation, and Morris i; hinsky. president of the Dade County Senior Citizens Council. S. Leibowitz will preside. : '"-3 4 w I*. 1—1 ..A *>* MHIW ,' L -* '*v *> il'Wi *S. m th" ^"^'^'y-aPPoin'ed Passover table was tikvnh o? f r lhe model Seder hQld b V Ha Ihome V p ler nf Mizrachi Women at the IWein Mrs Hyman Kolko. Rabbi Beryl the m J h Israel Congregation, conducted IW j i ce assisted by a grouo of HeInoon'c my s,udents Proceeds of the after%  ofth.u %  wen to ,he M as Chittim Fund 6 Ml "achi Women of America. Pictured Helena Rubinstein Dead at Age 94 NEW YORK — (JTA) Helena Rubinstein, famous American, Jewish philanthropist and art patron, died here last week at the age ol 94. Active in the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, where she was an honorary member of the Board of Directors, she had been the donor of the Helena Rubenstein Museum, in Tel Aviv, which she estab lisheri and to which she gave an additional $100,000 for a new wing ; in 19C3. She was also one of the leaders in the Arts and Music Scholarship Program for gifted, young artists in Israel, giving as many as 16 • scholarships in one year. She also contributed heavily to other Jewish causes, including the I United Jewish Appeal. In 1956. she gave $100,000 for the establishment Of a chair in chemistry at Brandeis University. Born in Cracow, Poland, where she graduated from Cracow University, she lived a number of years in Paris and emigrated to the United States in 1915, where she founded the world-famous cosmetics industry. In private life, she was Mrs Edward J. TltUS Rites toi Joseph Tendrich; Passed Away at Age 74 Joseph Tendrich, 74. died here Wednesday, Apr. 7, at the age of 74. A longtime Greater Miami resident, Mr. Tendrich was an apart ment house owner. lie is survived by his wife, Bessie; four sons. Isadore. Sam. Max and Moie; and one daughter. Mrs. Sophia Englander. All are ol Mi ami Beach. He also leaves a brother. Nathan, of Atlanta, (la. Services were to be Thursday | noon, Apr. 8, at Riverside Alton Rd. Chapel. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKHV tilVEN thai Hi. undersign, ii, desli Ins to engagi n business undi-v ill-fictitious name >>t A.A.A EI.ECTUI n.Ysls :,i i-.'ir.i Indian Creek Drive, Miami Reach, Kla., Intends to register wild name i ili the Clerk <>t the CIrcu i i',1111-1 "I l>*liCounty, Florida. I'l.AIKE SIMMS Hole owner I a-M-L' : 0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 119 HEREKY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In IIIIMIII •-under inflctltlouii Dame ol Hl.N'i'.'S TAKE-OCT ,ii UJOO N.W. Mad sin. I, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with ih. cimk oi the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. HONG KEF: WOM; J-.I II >K Yl.NCi WONG 4 9-16-tS-SO standinq around the holiday 'able are Mesdames Morris Bienenfeld, Moas Chittim chairman, Julius Rosenstein, president of the qroup, Stuart Gladsden, Israel Teitch, and Hyman Kolko. Seated are Morris Bienenfeld, Lenore Bienenfeld, Joshua Jaffe, Evan Shapiro, Hyman Kolko, Rabbi Wein, Stuart Gladsden. Howard Rosner, Ora Gittelson and Jo Debra Shapiro. GRUMET, Nathan II. i man. .:'. of 1135 %  ...Hi s, died Apr. I Rl> eraldi MITLIN. I annle, 7". of "45 15th si died Apr. I Sei s l< en in New Yi il i* i 'ii>. i loi don. REUBEN, Lillian. 81, of 54 I Weal Vve., died Apr. Riveraide. SHOHAT Irving A. 51, of ::i" 78th si died Apr. Rlveralde SOLOV. Annie, w, ol 832 Collins Ave., died Via :: Services in Doreheater, Mass Riverside. FERBER, l^eua, 7:'., of L8IS Jamea IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66554B In UK: hJatatc of JOSEPHINE \vi:is/„ I i. %  as.-.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi and All Per having I'lainior Demands Agalnnt Said Kutati Y.ni are herebj notified and required to preaeni anj claims and di mandtf which you nut) have against Hi. estate of JOSEPHINE VVIOISZ. i., asi a late of Had.Count} Floi I,la, to the Count} Judges of I >.! %  --County, and file the name In dupliid as provided In Section 7::::. i n Kin Ida s'tatutes, in their offlcea In inI'liinin Courthouse in Mad.County, Florida, within six calendar innnthK from the time of thi publication hereof, or the same I lie I,.-rri 'i Dated lit Miami. Florida, thll ilaj of Man h, A l>. 1963. KCRT vv ill.l.isril v-. i:s.. uior p\ .i ,. iblicatlon of this notli • the :'Hi ><-'^ f April, ii".".. KCRT vv I::.I isrn MI. • n. %  '. for • state of Ii iSI'l'IIIN'i: WFJISZ, I"-' IB; Mmel la Vvi nue, Coral I Florida i 9-16-2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO 65C-3683 KAS.VI.INI> UIHOTT, Plaintiff, -\sirr FOR DIVORCE VI. VN ABBOTT, I '. fi n.lanl You, vi.VN ABBOTT, 21)76 Creston Rronx, New York, a re hen Ii; ii..i ir.. .1 thai a Complaint for dlis been filed against you, and \ nu are required t. Bervi a cop) ol \n-u, Tnr i'l. adlng to the mi on the Plaintiff's attoi m j HAROIJl sll vriKi i. 827 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, and file ih ginal Answer or Pleading in lhe offlci of the Cli rk of the Circuit n oi before May 10, i K to .1.. so, ludgemenl bj d. fault u I! i.. i.l,. n ngalnsl you for van.i. d in the Complalni. n VTI:I. ai Miami, Florida, this .".Hi %  r Vprll, : E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA iS. all BY 1. SNKKPFN n. pin v Clerk 4/S-16-23-JO



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JTApri' y. 1965 +Jewish ncrkflar, Page 3-B Cooking Corner Mildred G. Bi'llin Mj •** MM GINA SMAMR la Scheaffer rs Top Award scheaffer now In her fouth [ library assistant at TreasT ,i Elementary School, has fa a mei M award from the (ouncil "i South Florida. C^ear-old Gina, daughter and Mrs Edward J. Scheaf\ ~ Treasure Dr., Treasure Mia n Beach, has the [job oi opening the librarj jh'e adult librarian arrives, [lakes part In Hie school's art course, was picked as lamp's narrator for its proV of Oklahoma last summer, la discriminating reader. J.. active in Young Judaea lebreu School at Temple %  h, id Home Has .or Luncheon It who have completed their %  pledges to the Greater Mlhomen's Auxiliary. Jewish %  for the Aged, will be guesta annual donor cocktail and li.n part; on Sunday. 11:30 it the Algiers Hotel. kupal speaker of the afterkill be Judge Irving Cypen, pnt. Jew ish Home for the Program chairman, Mrs. fiko\ sky, will introduce the Horosnj string trio, who bertain I nile will lie of1: Mrs !.. irence Silverman, iO pn sidenl Mrs Irvinjj i invocation, and n honorary '• • li al the canI 1 Mrs Rose P ris Kripple, r • R Roth, donor jourI A rose by another name thai only smells ;is sweet lint tastes even better, is our beloved favorite, the strawberry, A member of the rose family, it may have gotten its name from the trailing, or "straying" habit of the plant, and origin ally may have been called "strayberry." Strawberry is easier to say than strayberry, but under any name the berries are delightful to eat. Since strawberries are grown somewhere in the United States during each month of the year, and since our modern miracle of transportation makes it possible for us to have them no matter where we live, we can purchase them at any time. Straw benies are a treat whether we eat them raw or cooked. When we blend them with rhubarb, the combination oi sweet and tart is most pleasing. Speaking of rhuLarb, 1 would like to tell you of all the wonderful suggestions sent to us. To overcome the extreme tartness of rhubarb without using either a large quantity of sugar or a sugar substitute, place the washed and sliced rhubarb in a saucepan, cover to 3 inches above the top with water, bring to a hard rolling boil, then remove from the heat and let stand 30 minutes. Drain, and proceed with no added water and only half the amount of sugar suggested in the recipe. The first recipe, a Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler, demonstrates how well the suggestion works, and is so good it is a fine addition to our list of parve desserts. For the second recipe, a Strawberry-Rice Parfail was selected to demonstrate how a simple family dessert becomes a very pretty and elegant one by adding strawberries. The choice of sour or whipped cream is purely a matter of personal taste. Both are good, the sour cream will give a slightly tart flavor, the whipped cream a rich one Strawberry-Rhubarb Cobbler 4 cups rhubarb cut into l-inch pieces Elks Attend Show Miami Beach Elks Club will attend the Cassanova Rooms show in the Deatn .lie II o t e I. starring Shirley .Ion, -. at midnight on Sunclay. Le. (," i les, in charge "i arrangements, expects about 300 members copsliced straw berries l 3/8 cupsifted all-purpose flour 3 eggs, well beaten 1 1/4 cups sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons double acting baking powder 1/-I teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons parve kosher margarine 6 tablespoons orange juice Place the rhubarb in a saucepan, cover with water to 3 inches above the top. and bring to a hard boil. Remove at once from the heat and let stand 30 minutes. Drain thoroughly. Add the strawberries. Blend 3/8 cup of the Hour with 1 cup of the sugar. Stir gently into the rhubarb and strawberries. Gently stir in 2 of the eggs. Place the mixture in a well-greased, rather shallow 6-cup baking dish. Sift together into a mixing bowl the remaining flour and sugar, the baking powder, and salt. Cut in the margarine until the mixture resembles meal. Stir together the remaining egg and the orange juice. Pour into the flour. Stir until well blended. Drop the batter evenly Over the strawberry-rhubarb mixture. Bake at -I2.~> degs. F. 25 to 30 minutes, until a rich brown. Serve warm. This amount makes 8 portions Strawberry-Rice Parfait 2 1/2 cups cooked rice 1 1/2 cups milk 1/4 cup sugar i teaspoonful vanilla extract I pint strawberries 1 cup dairy sour cream or whipped cream 1 tablespoon silted confectioners sugar Cook the rice in boiling salted water until it is just tender. Drain thoroughly, and add the milk and sugar, Bring to a boil, then simmer until most of the milk is absorbed and the mixture is creamy. Stir constantly and scrape the bot loin of the pan during the last few minutes to prevent sticking. Remove from the heat, add the vanilla, and refrigerate, covered, un. til serving time. Shortly before serving, reserve .i of the choicest berries and slice the rest. Blend the sour cream or whipped cream with the confectioners sugar. In 5 parfait glasses or glass dessert dishes ar range layers of pudding, strawberries and cream. Garnish with the reserved berries. If possible, have two layers of pudding, strawberries and cream in each dish. This amount serves 5. Miamian Writes Magazine Article "Quiet Revolution in Miami" is the title of an article in the current edition ol "The Progressive," of Madison, Wise, bj Mis Elaine li. Samet. The article discusses the reasons behind Miami's quiet interracial scene as compared with othci cities throughout the south. Mrs Samet is a former faculty member at the University of Miami. She is the wiie of Seymour Samet. who for more than a decade was executive director of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. The Samets recently moved to Washington, DC. where Mr. Samet is a member of the Collins Commission on civil rights Hemophilia Group Annual Luncheon Annual luncheon ol Miami Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary was to be held on Thursday noon at the Carillon Hotel. Guest speaker was to be Dr. Martin ('. Rosenthal. medical advisor. National Hemophilia Foundation, and associate hemotologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital. New York. Founder-president r the group is Mrs. Delia S. Delaney. Enjoy that special "torn" of Passover menus... enhanced by fine poultry from Empire ? f/OU' REALLY ('k/€W4fed it LOSING Wy KOSHER for PASSOVER W>o< EAT [ e/O ENERGY^^FOOD BARS AS MEAL REPLACEMENTS ( >lna your desire to lose weight with the enjoy* of a tasty NU-V FOOD BAR. CL*"A 200 calorie, filling, nutritious way of LOSING pounds. NU-V is also a new way of gaining quick energy. C£ Requires no refrigeration, i-/* Ideal for active people, c^jf Excellent for boating and hunting trips. Cjjj? Each NU-V FOOD BAR contains •wo thirds of the daily minimum requirements of Vitamins and Minerals. 4&fyt)ZS sun-dried Fruits, Grains and Cereals, plus 9 Vitamins and 4 Minerals. ItlSELECTED FOR USE BY THE U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM ] During Passover, when only the best will do, enjoy the wholesome good taste of top-quality "flavor-sealed" Empire poultry. A succulent whole pullet-roaster fof Seder night, savory chicken soups, main-dishes and salads from cut-up parts ... your Passover meals will win praises when they're planned around Empire. And convenient! Empire has done all the koshering lor you ... ready-to-cook with no fuss or bother. Save money, too, because Empire Poultry is completely cleaned—you pay only for net edible weight. Discover Empire lor Passover, and you'll re-discover how really good Kosher poultry can be all year 'roundl Rabbinically Supervised Soaked and Salted. READY-TO-COOK Whole. Cut-Up. Breasts, Wings, Legs. Fryers, Broilers, Roasters. 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riddy, April 9. 1965* Jew 1st Meridian Page 7^C (CJW Convention Continued from Preceding Pfl L ry unanimously adopted a $tatVent asserting that Council wo„. n view "with deep concern ,he acceleration of the USSR polity of cultural and spiritual discrimination against its Jewish fcitiiens. .••Although the Jews constitute Lot over a hundred officially recL nationalit) groups, they ton1 •'•' deprive I il 'ieir right develop their arts and letters [,\ in practice their religion," the :.. %  ; said. [ v thai • %  Passover ap^ laches, the bakin oi matzoh, IriKliiH nal and meaningful symbol Tfreedom for Jews." is forbidden Icept in loke n q lantitles, the Lm-il 'li legates colled on the titpd States government to "use j good offices to intervene in belli ol the three million Jews in Soviet Union lAnother resolution urged that the Usent administration bill on fedla I aid to education be amended do away with sections making Issiblc grants of federal funds to Irochial and private schools. The llcqatt'^'s statement voiced con|rn t rt ;• t the A Iministration's hool aid i'ill will open the door involvement of sectarian erki|tor> in decisions affecting pubeducation ai i asked for safe[lav!so that the bill would not •undermine our tradition of separation of church and state." The convention reelected Mrs. Joseph Widen, of New York, as national president of the NCJW, and elected two new national vice presidents, Mrs. Raphael R. Gole'enburg, of Patterson, N.J., and Mrs. Leopold Fle'schaker, of Louisville, Ky. Reelected as vice presidents were Mrs. Earl Marvin, of Woodmere, N.Y., Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables; and Mrs. Leonard Weinery of Huntington Woods, Mich. Mrs, Uaul D. David, of While Plains. \*Y. was newlj elected as national recor ling secretary, and Mrs. Samuel Rothinan of Tucson. Ariz., as assistant recording secretary. Mrs. Benjamin D. Fidanque Jr.. of New York, was reelected treasurer, and Mrs. Joel Dolkart. of Rockaway Park. N.Y. was reelected assistant treasurer. The delegates adopted a budget of $970,000 for 1365-6fi Harlan Cleveland. Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, Sar/ent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, and Dr. Bennetta Washington, director of the Women's training centers of the Job Corps, were among other distinguished speakers to address the convention. Secretary Clevelan I speaking at I ft convention dinner at the U.N. in { uelcbrtotlon of International Coop: eration Year. saN that there was a role for the United States in any future settlement in Vietnam, and tl-at the "goo.I offices" of Secretary General U Than! could be used in the case of Berlin. The convention next morning passed a resolution saying it was "highly gratified to hear" from Mr Cleveland "that the United States is prepared to use the good offices of the United States to bring about a settlement of the Vietnam crisis, and "strongly urged President Johnson and his administration to continue to pursue all avenues of negotiation to end hostilities and bring peace to that troubled area." Shriver told the Council delegates that "nothing more significant is going on in the war against poverty" than the efforts of NCJW and three other major women's organizations in WICS, the volunteer | agency recruiting and screening girls for the Job Corps. The three other organizations in WICS are the National Council of Catholic Women, the National Council of Ne gro Women and the United Church Women. The WICS volunteers symbolize "the new role of volunteers in our society." declared the antipoverty director. "Our society can no longer get along with a closed professional guild approach to service." he asserted "We need women volunteers nationwide'in the war against poverty — women who are warm, sensitive human beings, who have time to spend with and empathy to offer to poor people." Other resolutions passed by the convention included a series on Jewish affairs calling for encouragement of the study of Judaism and support of "measures designed to preserve the Jewish faith and culture and to secure the rights of Jews everywhere." The Council also pledged its support to the "continuing social, educational and cultural upbuilding of Israel." Additional resolutions urged the abolition of capital punishment and opposed measures "which would undermine or curtail the authority of the Supreme Court." Passover Wisdom from the Beloved Herring Maven Whatever you do to enjoy this Passover holiday, don't stop eating Vita Herring. After all-Vita is kosher for Passover. Look for the Passover endorsement of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America right on jars of Vita Herring. Listen to the Maven. I say to you with my voice only what Is true. Make your Passover a little bit brighter. Eat a little Pickled herring by Vita. Eat Vita any time. For breakfast, lunch, dinner-even a nosh. All you do is open the jar and serve. Try Vita Herring in cream sauce; party snacks in wine sauce or old-fashioned pickled schmaltz herring. Get Vita at your favorite supermarket, grocery or delicalessen. Tell them the beloved Maven sent you. It won't save *>u any money: but you'll get the best herring-Vita. MANNA 3ibout>"TC)VVN GATHERED'FOR YOU BY MiRiAM FIELD PASSOVER EDITION AVI) THI; IKIISSH WAS NOT I OVSII Will Not from a stately cedar, nor from a cloud-capped mountain came the clarion call to Moses but from a lowly hedgerow shrub. Israel too. explain the rabbis in one of their many picturescue interpretations, is a hedge in the world that is the Creator's garden. And her flowers are the scholars whose fragrance perfumes the universe. Incidentally, the Burning Bush is the seal of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. MALAGA WINE PUFFS 1 cup potato starch V2 cup matzo meal 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup sweet malaga wine 4 eggs, separated 3 tablespoons Planters Peanut Oil Combine potato starch, matzo meal, sugar and salt in a small mixing bowl. Beat together wine, egg yolks and Planters Peanut Oil until well blended. Add to potato starch mixture and beat until well blended. Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form. Fold into potato starch mixture. Spoon into oiled muffin cups. Bake at 375F. 20 to 25 minutes, or until done. Let stand 10 minutes before removing from pan, Makes about 14. Pantry pointer: Planters 100% pure peanut oil is kosher for Passover, made under the rigorous supervision of Rabbis Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy. And it's parve! So put Planters Oil high on your holiday shopping list. Legion are the legends of Elijah, wandering prophet of a wandering people, who has shared the exile and the Odyssey of Israel. But his most important role is still unplayed. For Elijah, in the Biblical prophecy is the chosen herald of the Messiah. And when (ah, the eternal question) when will the Messiah come? Why, in the season of the Passover! For generations loving dedicated homemakers have cooked up memorable meals with Planters Peanut Oil. And today's knowledgeable young gourmet cooks have discovered that mother really did know best. For this up-to-the-minute cooking miracle is actually the most deli of today's light oils. In fact, Planters Oil is so light it floats on other oils. That's why it makes your yomtovdik specialties extra special So order Planters—and order plenty—for happy holiday eating miOF KM.MH THE MAKERS OF PLANTERS PEANUT OIL AND CHASE & SANBORN COFFEES WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A GUTEN FREIUCHEN Y0MT0V! Manna about Town is a Standard Brands exclusivo exclusively for the bright young homemaker



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Page 6-B +Jeisii fkridiair Frida Leaders of Women's Organizations Join Hands to Make CJA a Success yApm, Leaders of women's organizations throughout the community joined in making the luncheon and matinee for Combined Jewish Appeal at the Eden Roc Hotel on War. 30 another successful event of the Women's Division." Co-chairmen Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz held a "hot-line" conversation across the room of the Eden Rocs Cafe Pompeii, reporting on the highlights of the CJA luncheon Junior Auxiliary Season -Closing Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged is closing the season with a luncheon on Tuesday at West view Country Club for trustees, new life members, and donors. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Jesse Le Vine, and donor chairman is Mrs. Philip Brocly. Entertainment will be furnished by accordionist. Larry Blue, and vocalist, Honey Kromer. accompanied at the piano by Sally Kav. Emanu-EI Plans For Two Seders Congregation of Temple EmanuEl will usher in Passover, the Festival of Freedom, with a community Seder on Eriday. Apr. 16. 7 p.m.. at the I'ontainebleau Hotel. Joseph M. Lipton. president, announced. The Seder will be conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple EmanuEI, and Cantor Zvi Adler. Second night will also be observed with a community Seder on Saturday evening, Apr. 17. at the Eontainebleau. and also introducing those who helped to make the day an outstanding success. Dr. living Lehrman. 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman, was guest speaker, and discussed the importance of women's activity on behalf of CJA's 41 agencies. Sulie Harand. entertainer, pre! sented her one-woman presenta lion of the hit show, "Funny Girl." ; depicting the life of stage star Fanny Brice. Awards for outstanding Women's Division support were presented by the chairmen to the following at the luncheon: Women's American ORT. accepted by Mrs. Louis Baron and Mrs, Florence Kupper man; Pioneer Women, accepted by Mrs. Milton Green: and the Greater Miami Auxiliary Jewish Home for the Aged, accepted by Mrs. Sol Silverman. Decorations were produced by Mrs. Bernard Abel. Prizes were arranged by Mrs. Sally Krone. Production coordinators for the afternoon included Mrs. Bernard Abel. Mrs. Louis Baron. Mrs. Larry Eriedland. Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, Mrs. Larry Silverman. Mis Sol Silverman and Mrs. Irving Wexler. Reservations table was manned by Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. .Mrs. Ethel Nagler, Mrs. Leo Rutstcin and Mrs. Ann Tanenbaum Women Accountants to Meet American Society of Women Accountants, Miami Chapter, will hold a dinner meeting Tuesday Apr. 20. 6:30 p.m.. at the McAllister Hotel. Homer A. Newman Jr.. of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will address the group, discussing Bankruptcy and Fraud as Seen by the FBI." i "i I I rum I'l Head Table B, from which Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Combined Jewish Appeal luncheon and matinee co-chairman, spoke to Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, co-chairman at Table A. proved a novel settinq for the Women's Division affair. At Table B are (left to right) Mrs. Milton Green, president of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Carl Weinklo, Women's Division Initial Gifts cochairman; Federation Executive Director ArWilno Kosher Passover Foods Enjoy your Passover holidays with Kosher for Passover corned beef, salami, frankfurters and bologna. They will be available at your local dealers in time for Passover, manufactured by the Wilno Kosher Sausage Company of Chicago, one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of 100 percent kosher beef delicatessen products. For the past 71 years. Wilno Koshei delicacies have been on Passover tables from coast-to-coast. They are prepared under the strict supervision of Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal and two steady mashgichim to assure that "everything is Kosher for Passover in accordance with the ritualistic tradition." For the past three-quarters of a century, Wilno has established a reputation across the nation for its excellent, tantalizing and delicious pure beef products The same tender care that goes into these products all-year-round is also to be found in the bologna, frankfurters, corned beef and salami especially prepared to help make your Pass over more enjoyable. — ST. kA thur S. Rosichan; Mrs. Florence Ki of ORT, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz; Mrs. Glickman, Miami Beach Women's choi Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman, president of th e ation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Jack Apartment House co-chairman; end ifal rence Silverman. president of the GreaJl ami Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the h Not to be outdone by Head Table B, Head Table A. pr over by co-chairman, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, had amocJ dignitaries (left to right) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, past i ident of the Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Jack A. As] Initial Gifts co-chairman,Dr. Irvinq Lehrman, quest i at the luncheon and 1965 CJA chairman; and Mrs. luncheon co-chairman with Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Theyll Defend Fencing Titles Jeff Barg and Loretta Kushner 25 and Ma) 2 at Bajrfmt ll will defend their titles in the ana m nual Elorida Cold Coast Division | Barg tOOK top Honors 1 Fencing Championships on Apr epc-e clasw hich will be cow THE BIG SOUTH SHORE THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 527 WASHINGTON AVE.; MioiSlVoeh A Happy andJoyous Passovei] Holiday from Your Friends i THRIFTY SUPER MARKE1 A Complete Selection of MEMIEM OF ^ARocummm OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7 A.M. 'TIL 9 P.M. SUNDAY 7:30 A.M. 'TIL 6 PM. 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"dfewish Flotidian 253 Aged Home Officers Are Here Florida. Friday. April 9, 1965 %  :,{ the Jewish Home for the Aqed innancial secretary; Stanley M. Beckerman, Dr. living Lehrman last week are treasurer; and vice presdents, Baron de Hirsch right Campaian Chairman Dr. Irvinq Meyer and Louis Bresler. Not shown are MIL. iry; ludae Harold B. Snaet, honorIsidor Cohen, founder; and vice presidents, Mi". Sol Silvermcn, correspondCol. Icc^b M. Arvcy, David B. Fleemon end Or. l.ehrmon: Som Resnick b> lack S. Popick. Judge Irving Cypen was installed tor a sixth term as president of the Jewish Ilnme for the Aged at cerSection D cmonies last week at the Home. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spirituol leader of Temple Fmanu-El. served as installing officer. Other oficers install"d wer* Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary president; Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Louis Bresler, David M. Fleeman, Paion de Hirsch Meyer and Jack S. Popick. vice presidents; Stanley Beckerman treasurer; Sam Resnick. financial secretary. Mrs. Snl Silverman. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Lawrence silverman. recording secretary. Special highlight of the event was a tribute paid to the Hollywood Jewish community through the Jewish Welfare Federation ant' the Home's Hsllywood Women's Auxiliary "for a decade of cooperative agreement with the H:-ns which made poss ; b!e the admission cf Hollywood aged resident* to Douglas Gardens." LOUIS SNCTMAN Passover Seder At Beth Sholom Temple Beth Sholom. ol Miami Judge Cypen praised the Holly. Beach< wl!| conduc its annua | wood ci mmunity "for its exceptional record of service and financial Passover Seder on Friday, Apr. 16. Cohen Synagogue Elects Officers support to the Home, exceeding at 6:45 P.m., according to an an Sl70,000 in operating and capital nouncement by Temple President fund contributions." Louis p, Snetman In a surprise presentation. Stan In accordance with Beth SholeyM, Beckerman, Hollywood Fed|(M| s u Q ,. x ,,,„,,„,, a home .•ration honorarv president and ofaway from home to visitors m our i %  ifOlill tint Hm<> ..nil llvrnn I awav IlUIil lionie IO \ isiioi 5 in our Jacob C Cohen was elected pres • l "' tlu Ht mt • ind M\ion J. idem oi the new Jacob c. Cohen Brod,e executive director of the community, the Seder will b< Hollywood Federation, accepting on to non-members, as well .is to membehalf oi Ben Sailer, president ol bers snetman declared, tl c Hollywood Federation, were the ,il a meet 1 ommunity s> nagogui IIIL; on Mar. 21. Other officers elected in the six-month-old congregation, with a membership ol some 200, are Simon Hanan. honorary vice president; Samuel Cohen, first vice president; George Simon, Jack iurkisli. Julius Schwartz, vice presidents; William Kasinetz, "'' and President treasurer; Leon Gottlieb, associate Hollywood Auxiliary recipients of hand-painted parchment scrolls "in recognition of their ten years of outstanding Ber ice to the Home." Also presented with a scroll was Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, foundof its 111 The Seder will be conducted, by thi Temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish, and he will In as sisted bj Cantor David Conviser n;d members oi the Beth Sholom treasurer; Herman sdmeider. reCeption in 1356. has been raised for the 1965 Combined Jewish campaiqn through Dial-a-Thon phone sessions in v.e board and staff members of CIA affiliated aqencies '-led. At a recent evening, both the Jewish Home for id board and leaders of the Sou'.h Florida Council of nc: : rith manned the phones. Left to riaht (seated) are Jack e Z Sidney Syna, Robert J. Friedman, past president, cording secretary; B. 1). Wilson and Sol Krevat. financial secretary; Samuel Lenowitz, honorary gabbai. The lollowing wenelected I;> the Board of Directors: Abe Aranolf. tvar Blacker, Allan Cohen. Bernard Kessier. Morris Krevat, Dave Krevat, Sam Lenowitz, Woli Lichter, Sol Rashin, David Rosnrr. Kabbi A. J. Safra, Hirsch Schpoont, Sam Schwartz. Is. rael Schenkman, Hyman Chabner, Rev, Jacob I). KatZ, Nathan Sommer. Bertram Kulin. Joseph Kra Chairman of the affair was M. .1. Kopelcwitz, who traced the deAdult Choir, chairman is pasl presthe Homes „;,,„, Ralph Spcro The Beth sholom Religious School v. ill conduct a model Seder for children in kindergarten through third grade on Sunday morning I in yelopmenl of the Jewish Home for T|u „. Mlav A nl l0 / 8tude nts al the he Aged since its inception in Junor ^ Ut pa ,,, m riI ulli ,,„, 194.5. duct their Seder. Elementary school grades, four through six, will hold their own Seder on Sunda> morn ing, Apr 11. Miss Nettie Goldstein, director ol the Beth Sholom Religious School said thai students will officiate. The children's choirs, under the dl Of Leanon Hospital will rection ol Cantor Conviser. will Post-Graduate Surgical cad the singing and the traditional Cedars Plans Surgical Seminar This Weekend ,.. „,.,„„ ... ...... ........... .,„.. Cedars ,,( Leanon Hospital will rectlon ol Cantor conviser. win Z K£ K^i£2*wS' sponwr a Post-Graduate Surgical lead the singing and the traditional ek ^ u ,, es e r ,i Seminar on Apr. 9 and i... with visPesacn foods will be served through stock, Jerrj Wittles, Israe Bettm.. speciaUs ^ lrom Washington, the PTA of the Temple. ger. Hvnian h. einberg. Leo Som ,~ .... v .„ ? M < me, Joseph Sherman. Philip Sam. DC and LouiSVlUe. Ky„ presiding :..i. ,,....„• i :„...K.... ,u itsas faculty. w %  %  ick. Morris LipschitZ, Allied Lieher c: w-Jberl Balkin Lodge. Standing (left to right) are Harry and Heinrich Hirshman. lerr. ice president. Southern Florida Council; Mrs. Harry Spiritual leaders of the congre I... j ... _, ,. ,. nation are Rabbi Tibor H. Stern le.ad Maurice J. Finegold. executive secretary. Southern and Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, flor.; Council. senior rabbi. Young Israel outh Urge Forming Consultative Body SEW I" ktsl }.:\; Ipen %  ith %  S6S> Y Pi.1)1 I'M |. Ith. lai \ \ r I i |;u ti., IRK (JTA) — Forma new permanent world 'ih organization as a consultative committee for n among world Jewish •S was proposed here at i a four-day World Jew Planning Conference. was attended by lead ish youth movements I ihe world, representing i mbcrs in 2 19 Jew ish lizationa in 42 countries. •al for the formation body was made by Dr. national director of the ith Youth Organization. integrity of the individual youth movements in countries around the world. The conference was attended by even youth leaders from European •omitlies, six from South America, %  even from Israel, eight from the "nitefl States, as well as four representing the World Youth Movement which has groups in 22 conn rica. Eliahu Dobkin. a member Of the lewish Agency executive in Jem ooo members of these groups in President Harry L. Lewis announced that Col. Robert M. Har ^ ilaway III. director of the Division COlleQiaTeS Meet of Clinical Surgery at Walter Reed ,, ... Army Institute of Research, and; Y n '^ H /' *o Dr. James C. Drye. of the Univerelect officers Saturday Api 10. 8. Us sitv of Louisville School of MediP.m., at the Cromwell Hotel, cine, will speak. An evening of entertainment has Seminar director is Dr. Rufus been planned in addition to offiK. Broadawav, Cedars chairman of, cial business according to Preside Department of Surgery. dent Jeflrey Miller, and young ad Sessions will begin Friday. Apr. %  -Its between 18 and 25 are invited 42 countries, whereas at the time 9. at 9 a.m.. with an address of, to attend, ol the conference there were 616.j welcome by S. K. Bronstein. hos000 members in 39 countries. I pital administrator. tained from Arthur Spolter. IK-iln The ne w diem, welcomed the delegateHe aiil their prime responsibility is o "take counsel MU\ seek the ways through which we can reach the nehMf of the North ^organized Jewish youth of the ation. "While there vorld. how we can light the greater approaches to Jewish i a nger threatening them as Jews ''• kinds of Jews." n,,. threat of indifference and of ish people every leaving the i Id for strange pas awn together psychotures." He noted that this confer common memories .„,.,. marks "the tirsl time rep 1 'nunon as'iivatioivesentatives from various Jewish %  foster the continuitv i ,„uth movements and organizations 1 "i time and space." ,,.,, B ]| over the world are gath ered together in the United States Students at the Hebrew Academy of Greater honorable mentions; Joseph Ackner, head oi Miami rolled up one superior, one excellent the Hebrew Academy Science Department; the recent Robert Reinhard. seventh grode, chemistry. ornn>tion, D'. Bar ni ''" 0 1 w0 "'d fill "a real need" K S.U u* V U,h ,hrou 9 h <" L,„ %  P rODO *d *ht the Mnsui.' 4 be a "on-oolitir.i. lerusaleni. organized Jewish youth hioh blood pressure and Chaim Sugrade, superior, oxygen-carrying ability of ^weiil: ^ LC,ti0 "' >>odv." rsanizations have grown from.201 ^ • d chemical reaction, both blood. n ein g the autonomy and to 210, and thai there are now 700,KeniK. ninui y. He reported that in the year and and lw0 honorable mentions in the recent HODsrt Kemnaia, sevenm groae, .cnem,rrv. a half since the Second World Dade Counly Science Fair. Showing their proexcellent; Hebrew Academy Principal Rabbi lewish youth Conference met in ,, f Q riaht) are Sheldon Weiss, nin'h Alexander S. Gross.; and Eh Horovitz, eighth %  _i__ .......,.,:-,...! !.>,, ivli vmith I I /—u_: O.. r-rr,Acs c,it-.Qrir>r ew\rrtor\-<~nrr\rir\n ohilitv of



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*Jmlst> fkrkiiam Page 8-A __ Jew,s *' n r !" ari UNHears Plea Against Religious Bias Fridm April 9 Continued from Page 1-A persecution. He said no explanation would stand a rational test. He cited widespread reprinting in the Soviet Union of the Russian Orthodox version of the Bible and of the Protestant version, as well as reprinting! of the Arabic Koran in recent years. No such permission has ever been given for the Hebrew Bible. For 4U.0OO.II00 liussian Orthodox worshippers, he said, there was one place of worship ior each 2.000 believers and one priest for each 1.000 believers. He contrasted this with the remaining 90 synagogues and about that number of rabbis for nearly 1.000.000 Jewish believers, one synagogue and one rabbi for each 15.000 Jews. Other religious groups are allowed to produce ritual objects but Jews are not. he said. Moreover, the Justice told the Commission, the situation had gone from bad to worse following de-Stalinization in Russia. In 1962. authorities announced, for the first I time, that Jews could not bake matzoh far Passover and that the holiday had been branded -sub versive." He said he bad '<> note that limited amounts ol matzoh were being baked this year and he said he hoped I his was a step in the right direction. He said liussian I!a|>',i-!s and Moslems were permittej national organizations anil tics with co-renists abroad, a procedure barred to Jews. The jurist said he was apologizing for taking so much time but that he was doing so "not only to draw the attention of our distinguished colleague from The USSR and his Government to this deplorable state of affairs but also to show that both religious belief and irreligious belief have in common that they are potential breeding places of reIcjious intolerance. The lesson ; of history is that true religious I freedom needs protection from 1 both." Harvey BELL & J0DY • tuneful learn Rose BYRUM Star of concert stage Mordecai YARDEINI • RCA Recording star LAUNA&TANiA surprise litter act AVRUM Israeli melodies Toes. eve. 8 P.M. APRIL 20th MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets on tale now at the box office $2.00, $2.50 $3.50, $5.00 PHONE JE 1-0477 LEON SCHACHTER-S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUBEVMLLE ON STAGE IN PERSON ANTHONY ALLEN Singing Star JEAN LANE Famous Yiddish American Singer DON DURELL Yiddish American Comedian • On Screen "THE GREAT ADVISOR" Hilarious Yiddish-American Musical Comedy CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVE. Matinee Evening Suggestions to stronethet. the draft declaration were oflcred at the sc-sion by representatives of two non-governmental Jewish organizations and one Catholic ^roup. The representatives were Chief Rabbi Alexander Satfran of Geneva, speakinu for Agudat Israel Or. Gustav Warburg, of B'nai B'rith. speaking tor the Coordlnatin [ Boar I m Jewish Organizations, and A. Szmikowski, <>f the Pax Romana. The Coordinating Beard includes the Hoard of Deputies of British Jews, in addition to B'nai B'rith. Rabbi Saffian asked that the draft convention should ensure the right of all persons to cultivate and expre.-s their religious beliefs and to obtain the means to carry | out the traditions of their faith. I He also proposed that the conven| tion should ensure the right of anyreligious community to organue on both a local and national basis and to follow its religion in culI tural and education frameworks. He suggested that the convention should stimu'ate the right of relic iotia communities to cooperate with religious federations in other countries. Dr. Warburg stressed the importance of the paragraoh to allow the right of religious teaching. He said the right to teach and study sacred languages, to obtain facilities to follow^ rules and to „e, d ; et SI such as matioh, t 0 fe, "M •no to m ,i^J co-r*ti gionil an absolute sity. contact with abroad was "<**] JWV Suggests KKK Probe be Widened To Include Other Right Wing 'Fanatics' By Special Report WASHINGTON — A suggestion tfiat President .Johnson's "war" against the Ku Klux Klan be I broadened to include more vigorous Federal investigations into activities of other "right-wing fanatics" was advance 1 here by National Commander Ralph Plofsky, of the Jewish War Veterans of the'U.S.A. Commander Plofsky. of White Plains, N. Y.. said his organization welcomed the anti-Klan drive launched by President Johnson as a [result of KKK terrorism. The in vestigation of the Ku Klux Klan | by the House Committee on Un%  American Activities was also greeted as a positive move. "However," asked Commander Plofsky, "what can be more unAmerican than the ideology of Nazism? The Committee should certainly broaden its inquiry to include the American Naxi Party in its hearings." The JWV leader pointed out that the Nazis, the Minutemcn. and So\ 11 and charged Isri and v. h I -, Iraba and tie C nen re P ''"' chare, %  %  iron c rei aqi fry 1 '"• intoleoi ALutfa**A S***"**" i* *>C %  •" pen TJ SURF M" SAO Open 1:30. 1 NOMINATED 7 ACADEMY JMtRrJS ANTHONY QUINN'-.A ZORBATHE GREEK" -£-^ WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS %  -^ I *9 INCLUDING BEST PICTURE AND I */ JL rM BEST ACTOR REX HARRISON JL *a i REX HARRISON. i the National States Rights Party arc "military-minded extremists" land trained with arms. He said it j is absurd to permit "such private I armies" to exist with stocks of | arms. He recalled that adherants to the Nazi movement are known I to have accumulated rifles and pis! tols, while one Nazi was arrested for illegal possession of a machine gun. Reports of arms in the hands of the NSRP, a racist group, and the Minutemen have been more wide |ly circulated, he said. JWV is making its views known on these points to the Justice Department and the House Committee rn UnAmerican Activities. TBCMNICOUMrSUrnMNMItlOII*N MOM HMM* MM I LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH K urn I PRICE SCAtt EVENING PIRFORMANCtS MATINEE EMCHtMliai| (including taxes) Monday thru f".. Sat., Sun. £ >Ut*tti Thursday & Hol. ORCHESTRA SJ75 $3 SO .JO IOGE 300 375 }JO PERFORMANCES AT 2 P.M. MATINEES • 8 30 PM EVENINGS BOX OFFICE OPEN 10:30 to 9:30 LAST 3 DAYS Th* Most Distinguished Cast in Plchous* tiitet Stoning JENNIFER JONES in "THE MAN WITH THE PERFECT WIFE" Beth Torah Congregation P;i--(i\er Sedorini will be con ducted by Dr. Mai A. Lipachitz and Cantor Rrn-Zion Kirschenbaum at Beth Torah Congregation on Friday and Saturday evenings. Apr. 16 and 17. Catering will be by the Royal Hungarian Kosher Caterers. THE SOUTHERN PREMIERE i MAGNIFICENT & STIRRING GEORGE GERSHWIN MUSICAL Opening April 13 Starring JOYCE BRYANT ANDREW FRIERSON AVON LONG L'PORGY & BESS 1 COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE, R.uurjn! A Art Gallary 3500 Main Highway, Miami HI 5-2581 Clu>|t tickets (t BURDINl'S FMSMi Street and DACi.^: i*t all JOPOAN MAUSH itores STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Superb Continental Dining Visit the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking view of the Gold Coast No Cover, No Minimum D0RSL on the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 55* 1.25 First Race OllO PM TONIGHT w? )MV AREA DOG %  cCK WITH THE EX C.T.NO Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman plant a tree in Israel durinq their recent visit there at the invitation of former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Dr. Lehrman is 1965 qeneral chairman of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal and also serves as chairman of the Jewish National Fund Foundation here. Both Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman participated in the official pilgrimaqe dedicating Me Ami, sister city of Miami in Israel, in November, 1963. Mrs. Lehrman is president of the Grea3r Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division. Res. JE 1-0348. TWIN DOUBLE Record pay o to cate J14.161.40 SOUTH END COLLINS AVE rid Famous, Terraced ••*n ^DJ^At* ..ng Room rKtOty & }***# _



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Fof 1Q-C HBHiW WWNHfai? Friday. AprtJ'j_ It's Time to Forgive/Says Rabbi To Those Who Still Hate Germany Today By Special Report -KW YORK — the Time has < ne fur those who hate Germany I the Germans to forgive thai i mtry for the slaughter of more 1 in .sis; million Jews under the "> us, a German-born American i ibi declared today Writing in the current issue oi L >k Magazine, Rabbi Joseph Ashi .ii Temple Emanuel, Greens) ro, N.C.. said that those who ( r r y unending retribution*' in t! %  ir hearts toward Germans must '•take a new look into their feelRabbi Asher is himself a forrr.er victim of Nazi terror. In his ycuth, he was driven out of school three years after Hitler came to power. His father, an Orthodox %  bbi in Wefsbacian, pei*!shed at the Buchenwaid death camp. ecently returned from his first ti i to Germany since the time he v:> forced to flee, the rabbi said: When 1 first returned to the s< < ne of my youth, suspicion and lot thing wire my uppermost seni ents, Having seen the Hitler Ira gedj in all of its enormity. I was n< lher willing to forgive nor for" FP and L Report Carries Florida Story to Nation he story of Florida's appeal 8i -I progress "ill be carried to < ry siatc in the Union and many ieign countries by a colorful new p ilication just off the press. lorida Power and Light Comp. iv's 1964 Annual Report, sport i:.. a cover that invites the read er to "Explore Florida." was in t mail this week to more than 4' '00 people all across the land. Keyed to FP and L's yearre jnd program of boosting Florida, the 14-page publication helps "sell" the state wherever it goes. It is illustrated with brilliant color photos of Floridians at work and play, and looks %  o re like a popular picture magaiine than a corporation report. Tie presentation is designed to c-amat'ie Florida's appeal and p enomenal growth. In 1964. Florida's amazing vity set the pace for new gains all layers of the state's prosper three-ply economy." says FP I L Board Chairman McGregor ith in his message to stock ders. Tourism was at an all-lime li. industry chalked up rapi:l •ansion and agriculture harvest its biggest total cash income ii. •tory. In fact, by most any i asutv you might choose our •e's progress and economic ngth are strikingly apparent." But talks at length with German students of the postwar generations convinced him that guilt for Nazi crimes must not fall on the shoulders of Germany's young peo pie. Asked Rabbi Asher in his ai tide: "How much ot a burden of guilt can you lay an the shoulders ol an 13-year I I boy without damaging his soul almost beyond repair?" Since little or nothing is taught in German schco's about the story cf the Jews and Judaism, Rabbi Asher proposed in Look that a number of oerman-speaking rabbis be asked each to devote a menth to teaching in German secondary schools. He said: "There exists in Germany a virtual vacuum of information on Judaism, other than its victimization in the Nazi era. There cannot be anything but a warped view of Jews and Judaism if the only contact with them is either to read of the tragedy or of the lingering bitterness that one imagines besets Jewish people in relation to Germany." SHOPPING AROUND WITH [ZM^VW^ Yuban Coffee Passover is a warm holiday and a good time to offer your family and guests an extra measure oi pleasure by serving them Yuban Coffee, the premium coffee of Gen nil Foods. As you might expect, Yuban a little more than regular coffee, but the difference in taste is more than worth the difference in cost. The taste tells you that here is a coffee mode from the pick of the coffee beans, aged carefully, deep roasted, and blend, ed artfully to give you a flavor that can't be matched. You just know it's 100 percent Colombian Coffee. Your company will ask' for second and third cups when you serve Yuban Coffee, so be sure to make enough for all thdse coffee-lovers in the crowd. Yuban is available in regular and instant. Try both. aad you'll quickly realize that you can't make or serve a better cup of eofiee. holiday time or any time. Tempo Filter Cigarettes The spring social season is about to hit its stride. Whether you're entertaining at home or being entertained yourself, be sure you have enough Tempo Cigarettes on hand. Tempo has a 'now tobacco blond for more tobacco taste. For the tit — t time, y. u can enjoy good oldfashioned flavor in a charcoal-tip cigarette. Tempo's filter has a section of charcoal granules boundtogether, plus a white fiber outer section, for taste too good to miss. %  So whether the occasion is a small soiree or a large family Seder, offer your guests the good old-fashioned flavor of Tempo Cigarettes. • Domino Sugar Domino Sugar needs no introduc tion to housewives because it has rbeen a tradition in homes for „ (rat ions. luf M| With Passover approach !" would be a good idea Io 1 quick check of Domino mZll to make sure your WjT£ stocked with these tine ite m *S j are invaluable in your kitchen^ DO your table. '* Heading the list is DomtoonJ lated sunar. a "imisf f 0r vo ,N coffee and tea Then, for 2 ? dor table, take your pick of rw i tal Domino Tablets or the bW' Tablets that add party lookui* hot beverages When it. t> 0lt Sugar, you re sun it's p ire Look for then line prodJ which are Kosher I ir PassovetThI -' "' and "' *'ttrp spout packages h w reoip i • Temple Judea Passover Seder Congregational Pa


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Fage 4-C k 1st flnricfitor Fridg yApni 9, 1965 On Remembering Rev. Reeb By ROBERT E. SEGAL This is about Jim Reeb, the 38 I to use Federal force to protect persons lost their lives. A mother I civil rights demonstrators in Bel-1 Jumped from the fifth floor window SLf-St UJBSL — ~ leadin ,he f 'S ht b y sa > ,n 8;aml died later of injuries. When ci .hi cLi that Jim Reeb was dedica,ed and she jumped, she was holding her AAU l t r!.,irn zcaIous but ver >' misguided." The youngest child. lift, who was not > < ar-old minister r .1, Ala., from Boston ek of March and did not return. ; py g m ies are the scoffers and scornhad a call from Jim Reeb's moders at Boston airport whose exact e1 office the day he left: he wouldwords were recorded by a reporter r."t be able to make the meeting he jv/hen some of the clergymen took and others of us were deeply inoil for Selma, utterances like these: n ested in. the one about de facto '-Those nigger lovers will get seriouslv injurred by the fire or the fall. THESE LINES just set down are copied \erbatim from Jim Reeb*s own report on the tire. It is a Mhool segregation in Boston. This theirs"; "Why don't they stay in thorough report, based on his per\..is important to him. but he had ; Boston and mind their own busi,-ked his American Friends Serness?" "I'm getting sick and vice Committee boss permission to tired of starry-eyed clergy." -• to Selma to bear witness to the peall of Negroes there. And that !" E STARRY-EYED clergyman pointment with death had priJ.' m <*>> %  is ? da v o"l> ashes in %  iy. Jim calUd friend* in Boston •con after he got to Selma and 3t long before a Selma hooligan .. ith white skin and a black heart talked him emerging from a res-aurant and struck that coward% %  and fatal blow. His message ack to Boston deserves a place = -nong the exalted utterances of •ie ages: "I have been among giants. I'll never be the same I 3ain." 3IANTS THERE are, and pyg Is alas. The giants are tne e-risking, joy-risking, dauntless v groes of Alabama, trying to rch in the rain, praying in the l. in. irresistably dramatizing their Church in Washington the quietness of Casper. Wyoming, where he grew up; but his delermuuUvu lu itnuiAMtf thciol ui Mw disinherited, his labors on such issues as employment, schooling. housing endure in memory for all who knew him. all touched by his deeds ot kindness and thoughtful ness, Jim Reeb attended St. Olafs College In Minnesota, was graduated in 1953 from Princeton Theological Seminary; obtained a maslirdegree in theology at Conwell School <>t Theologj in Philadelphia: was ordained a Presbyterian minister; entered the I'nitarian Fellowship; moved on lo become associate minister at All Souls sistent efforts to get at the heart of the housing scandal. The photographs of the charred ruins are Jim*s. The interviews with inspectors and building commissioners and city officials are his. The work of gathering funds to succor the survivors was Jim Reeb's. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYtRE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT puts the tangy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Grw. ere Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and wedges. Wonderful for lug snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick up SWISS KNIGHT* at yoir store ttdaj 11 termination t" get the vote. The \. nti are Jim Reeb himself and his fellow-clergymen who leave the security and blessings of home t" %  ind and march with the petitioni Tiir giants arc the few cour eons whites <>t the smith who i no longer stomach the tactics ,i nastiness of a Gov. Wallace. I say so, and act upon that region. But the pygmies, oh. the pyges one of the members of the House of Representatives in snug, % %  i cure Vermont, leading the sucii SSful fight tO table a simple reSO. It lion calling upon the President Education of Spinoza The Education of Spinoza" will i i the topic of a lecture by Dr raham Wolf son on Thursday, h i:30 a.m.. in the auditorium ot aahington Federal. 1234 Wash gton Ave. Then in September, 1964, he came to the Dorchester section of Boston to serve as Metropolitan Director of the low-income housing program for the Friends Service Committee. Once in Boston, he sought out the handful of people who for the past several years have worried and tugged over de facto school segregation; job training and job advancement for Negroes; the myriad social problems of large families up recently from the South. Above all. Jim Reel) dug into the housing problem. He insisted on living where that problem was most acute. He fought fervently against the evils imposed by slumlords on families trapped in Boston's black ghetto — trapped ec onomically and by the chains of discrimination. 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His method was to go quickly in search of causes and then even more speedily in quest of help — immediate and long-term — for those with no friend at court, no voice at city hall. %  \ thousan I Jim Reebs, perhaps even onl} :i hundred, c >uld ( the si ims of America One Jim up In* life unchampione I, the ed, tinlisp -%  sse those mosi ; ately in need of friends, which of udare forsake T liwork he startImported from Thouna, SftiUorland. by tha Gerbcr Ches Co l~v:.. fir. Manischewitz makes everything for Passover from soup to nosh! Produced Under Strict Rabbinical Sup ervision



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Page 14B -Jewish ncrkUan Member of Pioneer Women's Club I who purchased bookshelves at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are front row .eft to right) Mesdames Robert Garber, Blanche Coran, Rose Rosenstein, Becky Schechter, Dora Wilentzky, Joseph Krantz, president, Fanny Burnstein, Ida Denmark and sister. Second :ow are Mesdames Rose Dubitzky, Rachel Lifschitz, Lena JavMembers of Temple Israel Sisterhood who helped make the cnnual donor luncheon a success on Mar. 17 at the Carillon Hotel are lei' to right) Mrs. Sidney Rafiel, donor luncheon chairman; Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, chairman There's more to baking matzohs than just flour and water. There are liberally hundreds of strict regulations which must be observed from start to finish. The Horowitz Bros, and Margareten Matzoh Bakery in Long Island City, N.Y., has special sessions when rabbis, educators, and students from as far away as Baltimore come to see how matzohs should itz, Mr. and Mrs. Luis Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Yelson, Rosa Breslaw, and Ess,ie Wilen'zky. Third row are Mesdames Jenny Seitlin, founder of Club I, Anna Wolf, Fanny Schulman. Fanny Leibowitz, Minnie Bawer, Mr. and Mrs. T. Rabinowitz, Esther Dworitz, M. Wiener, Julius Levine, Leah Notkin. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Duberstein, Nettie Dukler and Zappora Weiss. Nu-V Bars Make Portable Meals For Active People The V in Nu-V stands tor vitality, but ladies all over the South are reporting it standfor victory in the battle ol the calorics. Marketing International reports. The Nu-V Bar is a "portable meal for active people." and perhaps the most widely adaptable convenience food yet developed. It is popular with athletes, sportswomen, businessmen and women, fliers, doctors, golfers, and fishermen. Most particularly, though. these Nu-V bars are for the ladies who, while craving food, must abstain to keep a lovely, attractive figure. The delicious bars are formulated and manufactured by the food expert and consultant. Rene Lau rens. After 13 years of research and over 140 formulations. Rene Laurens is about to open his second plant, which will be located at Daytona Beach. Fla. Nu-V la an easy-to-carry. hunger satisfying product that contains 23 natural sun-dried fruits, grains and cereals fortified with nine vitamins ;uid lour minerals. The ingredients include orange, peach, lemon, uheatgerm. prune, la.sin. ..me seed, millet, banana, water cress, papaya, honey, sweet milk, non-dry milk solids, safflower oil api ic it, y< ast, sunflou er seed, mango, coconut, corn syrup, date, and soya flower, an on others. It is 20 percent protein and contains onI> 200 caloi ies in i... h one and one-hall ounce foil-wrapped bar The nutritional formula of Nu-V, containing millet, along wtih other grains and cereals provides a natural bulking agi nt A mass ol non tat milk and a Nu \ bar provide the satisfaction ol eating solid foods. No artificial bulking agent is used. \ wondi rtui feature of the bar i thai no preservatives are used. Yet, tluy keep fresh for months and months without refrigeration. The chocolate-looking bar ret isn't chocolate :it all, SO teens can enjoy them t 10 The i nited States 1964 Olympic Team consumed over 10.000 bars in game training, both here in tin State> and at Tokyo. Nu-V bars are available locally from many independent direct-selling dealers or by calling Marketing International. 8365 NE 2nd Ave. —S.T. rnqqy, AprQ/ JWV Delete?" Off to Confab \ delegation ol j, lsh w erans u aJ Florida wBtg tend the Nation:: I xecutive Co mittee meeting -,.,,, '•"' "" ^Pr 10 and n. accordj to Department Commander iS2 R. Ferdie. Group will includ. past nittay commander, Ham.. | \ i lellcrif Miami Beach; national adjutW Ralph Grossman, ol Miami& mnal Executive i immitteini irv Steinberg, of North Mi* leach; National Executive Com mitteeman, Victor freedman Hollywood; and Ferdie. ol (jLi Cables. Attending a meeting of then, tionul Insurance Committee will be department seiner vice canmander, .lack Herman, of Holhl wood. Delegates will attend a dinner in honor of the chairman of the National Executive ConmihM Bill Carmen, of Massachusetts A meeting of the ent et manders will be attended bj Ferdie and Herman of prizes; Mrs. Morris Greene, administrative vice pre: ident of the Sisterhood; Mrs. Joseph Butbin, Sisterhood president. The donor luncheon ra>.?ed funds for braille, youth campers, and woik done to better the community. be baked for proper Passover observance. Shown are two information-seekinq younqsters, Jacob Maraareten and David Lebor, having their curiosity satisfied by Harry Marqareten, David's father. Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik is in the foreqround. Rabbi Sidney Lebor, the other parent, is directly behind the boys, with Rabbi Daniel Mahlman alonqside. Dade Federal Reaches $200 Million Mark Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, announced this week that the association has just passed another milestone in its growth by reaching the $200 million mark in savings. "Total resources." he continued, 'now exceed $224 million, reflecting a growth of 7 percent for the 12month period ended Mar. 31. 1965." Dade Federal saving* account holders were credited with dividends amounting to $8,056,751.20 during the past 12 month period ended March 31. 1965. showing a substantial 10 percent increase over the same 12-month period ended March 31. 1964. Dade Federal currently services 94.000 savings and home loan accounts from five suburban offices located throughout Dade County and a main office in downtown Miami. W. Miami Lodge Installation Set New officers of West Miami Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will be installed on Saturday evening at the Yorkshire inn. 6521 Bird Rd. The 7:30 p.m. dinner will be followed by entertainment. Slate for 1865-66 is headed by Manuel S Sussman. president; Mor. ris Lev, Harvey Rashkind. Leonard Sornstein. vice presidents; i Samuel Lazer, treasurer; George Fish. Manuel S. Sussmann. secretaries; Maurice Shein, warden. Trustees are Leonard Sornstein. Edward Markowitz and Jack Finkel. The Deauville Hotel will pr* sent Jan Peerce. one of the world's greatest tenors and star o! the I Opera, conduct.na the Passover Seders on Apr. 16 end 17. Dietary lews are observed. Mr. Pee ice is known as a leadinq classical artist and liturgical music expert. He was originally discovered by the late Maestro Arturo Toscanini. Musician Louis Adler isjljj ently playing in •BjdJJ Room ol the Deauville Ho* where he has been appj inq for the pat tour *** seasons. Formerly with r Whiteman. Adler was with the Americana Ho Miami Beach for five V** aa musical director.



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day April 9, 1965 +Jen'isti Fh>ridliar Page 13-D OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Rutchik Of United Synagogue a bbi Allen Hutchik was orL al the Jewish Theological Liry in 1952. He is a native L York City and a graduate of blclvn College, where he red'his Bachelor of Arts degree. ohU a Master of Arts degree Columbia University and a IR-OI Hebrew Letters from the rish Theological Seminary of krica. follow in a his ordination, he ied as a chaplain in the United Air Force with the StraAir Command, and with the kan Air Command. Upon re|,„,_ from the service, he acleiftho \>-\ >>l Habbi at Temple Th Israel in Maywood, N.J., te he also served as director %  he United Synagogue Youth r iern New Jersey Region. i ame national pro ihc Departmenl |of the United %  i %  .. and le I i %  is to Israel. H director ol in the sum%  11 Dorvilli lv me in Mie i for Cui ; %  p Ol : the i %  v hich In. | consi ites comRi ion. ... c ntributed i S>i :ogue School, a the commission on i E( lion ol the United fcogiii America; to Outpublication of the Women's ft of the United Synagogue perica; and in the Advisor's |letter, a publication of the Jial Youth Commission of the pizalion. bbi Rutchik's wife is a casepr with Jewish Family and fig IN TIMES d? OF SORROW 9fcws txprm what word* cannotl WE SF\n SVMPATIir LOWERS ANV WHERE MtGouW I V.iAM! MIAMI BEACH 354516 532 3361 CORAL GABIES 6655423 BUYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE '•'"SI FR 1-7398 Children's Service. Rabbi Rutchik .draws upon his many years of camp j experience to direct annually the Leader's Training Institute of the | United Synagogue Youth of the Southeast Region. His purents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rutchik, arc residents of Miami Beach. and were both active in the field of Hebrew education in various schools in New York City. Rabbi Rutchik is a member of the Rabtinieal' Assembly of America serving on its College Committee. UUER UNVEILING Dd .1 Memiillf || ") the Lute MR SSOPHIA MILLER %  Y. April 11th. at 12:30 p.m. "• Mi vi, i %  ""-in officiating. and Relative. • i Attend. ywp uSiSiTlmSMUtart %  cewt M?J?i ^'" ac P $2,000. I Pn,,? n Jh t ,0,,t "yHas vet. j Or., t tenor, first] '<" % %  Bar Mitxval •lard, perfect! liletren £ "" !" tw married.! B'nai B'rith Honors Jack Benny At 'Delayed' 120th Anniversary Fete ABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK Ph iladelph ians Picket Red Center WASHINGTON .11 A i The immunity Relations Court• iter Philadelphia %  • lion befori (hi Russi u ce Vlar 2 in nl i i is thi ; isl • nized by the %  ish c immunit) of the i hilaL ad<. ol tin dem ordinator of in ind an luncil, mel with S viel Embassy officials and were given quantities "f printed propaganda purporting to depict the free exercise of Judaism iu the Soviet Union. The pickets later met with members ol Congress and with State Department uiiicials. The pickets included representatives of the Jewish Labor Committee, and the Negro Trade Union Leadership Council of Philadelphia. James H. Jonas, president of the Negro Council of Philadelphia, told Anatoli G. Myshkov, first secretary of the Russian Embassy horo: "Wo aro concerned about this problem of Russian anti-Semitism as Americans. Just as there are Jewish people now down in Alabama, marching with Negroes, I nay* come here together with my Jewish friends." Meanwhile, Soviet newspapers reaching London this week from various sections of the Soviet Union, continue to carry anti-Jewish innuendo aimed at creating (he impression that Jews are behaving in an "unsocialist manner." The Moscow daily Leninskoye Znamia, in its issue of March 17, attacked the practice of some factories thai farm out their work to be done by housewives at home and cited the names of several Jewish women, doing factory work al home. I'n chiei engineer of (he admin. istrativ< unit giving oul such work. Comrade Borukhovin — another Jewish sounding name — had reportedly been fired. COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET in ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specializing in Bar Mitivah & Wedding Invitations (Union Shop I Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 j GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sofcboth 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer Rabochaya Gazeta. a Kiev daily, cited a man identified as 70-year old Samuil Yakovcvich Bykov, obviously Jdwish for renting equipment to I men from vvhorhe II gedly elicited half 1 kmosomi Zanamia. ol Kiev, told ll 1 o n the Kh la si year ol study for h I i k on collective farms during vacation article conceded thai he was student bul employed anti-Semitic terms to characterize him as an intellectual who shirks hard work. By Special Report NEW YORK — A man best known for his "baby blue" eyes, fractured violin playing and fabled tightness with a dollar is being honored by B'nai B'rith this month as one of four Americans whose contributions to the community exemplify the traditional purposes of the Jewish service organization. The man is Jack Benny. He was cited by B'nai B'rith as part of its 120th anniversary celebration at an Apr. 3 banquet at the Americana Hotel. To mark its four generations as the oldest national service organization established in the United States, B'nai B'rith, in symbolic tribute to the volunteer activities of its 490,000 members, chose to "honor its own" — selecting four long-time members who in their careers and by their community activities personify the ideals of the organization. Benny, a member of B'nai B'rith for 25 years, was selected together with Supreme Court Justice Arthur I. Goldberg, the late Sen. Herbert .; Li lunar) and former Ann tulip M Klutznick, who ; h the U.S. Mission to the %  ns, and i< ;c formi i B'rith. [hi affair, hi r wi .1 i I om Benny, a perennial 39 years old in his broadcasts, is 71. B'nai B'rith ended its 120th year last October. An anniversary program scheduled early last year and honoring Benny was postponed during the period of national mourning for the late President Kennedy. B'nai B'rith's citation to Mr. Benny describes him as "more than a celebrated personality. Jack Benny is an American institution compounded of the art of humor and the spirit of man's goodness." Among the Dinner Committee's vice chairmen are Samuel Goldwyn. Col. Jack Warner, Leonard Bernstein. Henry R. Luce, Isaac Stern, Mischa Elman and Mrs. Jennie I Grossinger. llll DADI BOULIVAH* MIAMI 1BACM. FLORIDA t*"H ••LAillll* fUKIUI. KHOTOa A BEZALEVS ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE Complete line of Religious Articles and Israeli Art Products LAKGt SELECTION Or TALESIAt, TflLIM AND YAMULKAS Spccinl Attention to Bar Mitivah Outfits 3. D. COHEN 949 Washington Ave. JE 2-2210 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. 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*og'ftC • tenlsti fUrkftor, Friday, Apiflj, Hebrew Day Schools Support LBJ Bill By Special Report The National Society for Hebrew Day Schools — Torah Umesorah. \. hich represents close to 300 He\ brew Day Schools throughout the I nited States with an aggregate en; ilmenl of approximately 60,000 I ipils, this week bailed the pass<•> ie of President Johnson's Edu<..tion Bill in the House of Repret< ntatives. At the same time, the National £--ciety disassociated itself from i e statement issued by the Ameri. < n Association for Jewish Educa• m. attacking the bill. Speaking Humphrey Will Speak at AJCom. Annual Meeting Vice President Hubert H. Humuev and the Rev. Dr. Martin Lu• er King Jr. will be guests of > mor at the 58th annual dinner of • <• American Jewish Committee i Thursday night. May 20. at the A mericana Hotel in New York City, ji was announced here by Mrs. <. larles H. Finkelstein. chairman •. the Greater Miami Chapter. Mrs. Finkelstein added that a c local delegation is expected the dinner, which will high.lit a five-day annual meeting of .A-lCommittee from May 19 to 23. At the annual dinner, dedicated i Herbert H. Lehman, late Cover) >r of New York State and United S ates Senator, who was a long1 me honorary vice president of • c American Jewish Committee. \ ice President Humphrey will deer a memorial tribute. Dr. King will receive the Amerii ,n Liberties Medallion, awarded .the American Jewish Committee • nee 19 5 5 for "exceptional adinccment of the principles of hun an liberties." in behalf of the Hebrew Day School movement, the national chairman ol Torah Umesorah's Executive Committee. Amos Bunim. declared that the vole represented a historic milestone in American Education, and had the complete support of the Hebrew Day School movement. He asserted that "The American Associatien for Jewish Education does not speak for the Hebrew Day School movement. Furthermore, the National Society for Hebrew Day Schools has received a written mandate from day schools throughout the country, specifying Torah Umesorah as their representative agency in negotiating for the passage and implementation of the President's Aid to Education Bill." With reference to the American Association for Jewish Educaltion's charge that the bill would. under the guise of alleviating dep rivation extend financial aid to pri Ivate and parochial schools," Bun im asserted that "the Association I was distorting the aim oi the bill. I while ignoring the reason which Intakes its passage of vital importance for the nation t welfare." Bunim pointed out that "economc deprivation is leading to educational deprivation for large mini;bers of underprivileged children, •which in turn condemns those children to further economic deprivation. This cycle continues to the ultimate harm Of our total society. The bill seeks to provide necessary educational benefits ior all economically underprivileged American children without regard to race Or creed." The day school leader expressed amazement "that the American As sociation for Jewish Education would impute to the President and to the distinguished senators and Congressmen who support the bill the desire to conceal their true intentions, while disregarding the question of constitutionality in their thinking on the bill." Bunim rejected "as totally unacceptable the alternate plan of &f *"• American Association for Jewish Education, which would have the public schools conclude their day at 1 or 2 p.m.. and would require the non-public school pupils to receive their secular instruction at the public schools during the morning hours, while scheduling their religions subjects for the afternoon hours. -*""In addition to reducing rather than enhancing the effectiveness of the public school programs," Mr. Bunim asserted, "such a plan would strike a death blow at the Hebrew Day School movement. It would force the moveRabbi Stern Will Give Lectures On Great Sabbath Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual ader ol Jacob C. Cohen Communy Synagogue, will deliver his 25th E iabbat Hagadol lecture on Sat i day at 4 p.m. The two-hour lecture will be di' ded into a Halachic dissertation I Chometz, and a homeletic disi>sion on internal freedom. Rabbi Stern, celebrating bis sil•t anniversary in the rabbinat" id the first year in the newly j uinded synagogue, each year devers two special lectures, one I the Sabbath preceding Pass er. the other on the Sabbath preding Vom Kippur. To Grace Your Holiday Table ASK FOR I •reeVced and Betffed By t'KOVED WINE CO. Yeakers, N.T. "' 3 %  mefit to transform hi aa_ i to auxiliary, h irna ^* | schools. $, _,_!!", ****• 1 £__* •* h# H -'w i School movement.*l Bunim suggested -that th e _. non of the American AssotjZ or Jewish Education is „, t_ j-nt a mora'ly unenviable mZ ;no hand, it is p,nt v ^ ., against adoption ot the \ ul 'T* ucation Bill. On the other £ its total constituent smupsT seeking the right to distribute* ernment benefits which twdj.' made available on the bills sage." 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g^ April 9, 1%5 knisli far to/for? Page 3-D i im-HHrnimio iHttiiiint::iMl r ,HM:I Ml Mii'iiiunminmuiuuuiUMfti The Marchers By MAX LERNER People by Hie thousands and the lens of thousands, swarming over public squares and marching through the streets in city after city the nation: This is something new in American life, at least ilc which it has reached in the wake of events at Selma. %  ( | ) |1S ,, events did not create this new phenomenon: They touched |P powder that was already there in people's minds. It is as if neoDle have been waiting tor some symbolic event to set them in ton The clubs of the state troopers at Selma did it; that and the KICK and nuns marching alongside the Negro community of Selma were petitioning for their right to vote; that and the death of a Southern Jews Praised for Role In Rights March NEW YORK (JTA) Liberal and progressive .lews in the South are not afraid to participate in the civil rights movement, it was reported at a press conference here by Irving Gordon, representative of the Jewish Labor Committee and of the Workmen's Circle, following his return from the SelmaMontgomery march backing the rights of Negroes in Alabama to vote. "I was particularly proud of many Southern Jews whose verypresence among the marchers belied the remarks of some to the effect that Southern Jewry would fear to rise and be counted in this fng Boston minister at the hands of a handful of Yahoos, brutalized historic adventure. The liberal and na i e 'Progressive Southern Jeuuhas conFrom Harlem and Boston to New Mexico and Cahlornia, from stantly been in the foreground of iconsin to Tennessee, the demonstrators have borne witness to their | every effort on behalf of civil and Motions The outpouring of revulsion and determination has been j human rights within his communsense a catharsis, helping to relieve many of their anger and I iu, I >ty.' The National Community Relations Advisory Council, coordinating body of major national Jewish organizations and of local Jewish Community Councils, wa* represented at Hi* march by Isaiah Minkoff, executive vice chairman. At a ceremony in the offices of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, ] the Workmen's Circle received a the pressure ap-i n le membership plaque from the recalcitrants, do. Then he likes to come through with the elective formula which !" ^.^ ^^ ^ ^ ks the episode !„„„,. mtlint • ahle the ceremonies were Jacob T. ZuTha, worked for a while in Selma when1 LeRo> Col ins was able ^ .ch an agreement that saved face for both sides But the murder of Ben jamin A Gcbincr '„ Rev. John J. Reeb washed out the effect of the agreement, a ...... \ C"'B it it has also become an objective fact — these demonstrations — act that political leaders of every persuasion will have to reckon pot only on Selma and voting rights but for some time to come L r tne selma events have passed into history. President Johnson has road the signs on what the demonstrations an Bv deciding to address both houses of Congress in joint session, through them the whole nation, he has shown himself aware of the lor channeling this new protest mood into a national will for aeon voter registration. This is not the kind of situation at which President Johnson feels t at home His political style is best when he faces a crisis of ision or action and needs to persuade particular people. He work through the quiet conference behind the scenes, the p.on a few recalcitrants, the understanding reached, the deal • •NAAi.r', Kcpiesermn,, me oi.oou ..... ...u:-u members of the Workmen s Circle Fanny Behar, president of the Hebrew Academy Student Council, crowns the King and Queen of the Purim Carnival Queen Ellen Zisquit and King David Abramowitz are both sixth grade students at the Academy. Proceeds of the recent annual Purim Carnival go td the United Jewish Appeal. rywide revulsion to the Selma violences, which had swelled %  strength even before Reeb's death, was now multiplied tenlold. Isirlcnt Johnson shared this revulsion. But the whole field of bat I had changed tor him. He tried to tell the ministers who came to khinston to confer with him that he would not be "blackjacked' by Bonstrations sitdowns, pressures. Yet they have grown too massive %  ored. even by a powerful President. Hence lus decision to Iress the nation. In an informative article in the New York Times. Fred Powledge uh.ii he has learned from a Burvej of "he "Student Lett a. niversities. There will be a good deal ot argument about me "f them ln.se moved, and how healthy or ominous it there can be little argument about the effectiveness oi %  | young student leaders in organising and sustaining ine itn ,,,,,1, the President and the nation are having and their leadermust understand that something Ltionai .happening in America today. I use the term not in .. of ctass power achieved bj violence, which is lining, but in the sense ot accelerated change tnai popular Feeling behind it. and is n .ving w rapidlj ichieve B breakthrough. Fof the first time the civil rights revthe Negroes and their leaders to the and every persuasion. The tive secretary; and Nat Peskin. director of membership activities. Rabbi Israel Miller, president Committee. of the Rabbinical Council of AmerAt the same conference. Hymai ica. announced that 200 Orthodox Dechter. national counsel for rabbis, members of the Council. CORE, one of the principal organ., have joined a "special task force za tions in the Negro rights actions for civil rights." He made that to id the assembled rabbis that 70 announcement at a special conferiJ)ercent ^ ne whitos involved in ence at Yeshiva University, held Councils Social Actions the civil rights movement were by the Jews. MAZEL TOV! ITS QUINTS! mums! I' 1 ion lias moved beyond people Ol every ethnic ;roup -HUM murders started this "breakthrough. Selma has pushed it %  age further. ,. „ %  In this kind of movement there are no understandings or deals It close a problem. Every solution leads to a new problem. Ihiag is dosed — at least for a long time. Americans may HKe [dislike this and most will probably dislike it, because it is natural %  want things solved. 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Paqe 12-B *jM*lst> HvrMinr Friday. &--% g Camp Listings for Readei Mrs. Lee Howard (left), wife of Mayor Lee Howard, of Surftide, is shown presenting an afgan 'o Mrs. Evelyn Kapit, president of Tropical Chapter of the American Medical Center, for their workshop. The chapter held a luncheon at the Deauville Hotel on Friday. Apr. 2. with Mrs. Jack Gromer in charqe of an auction during the luncheon. Proceeds qo to the American Medical Center in Denver, Colo. FLORIDA Camp Con Israel Boys Corns Boys 7 to 17—Located in Dclantl Heights. 250 miles trom Miami. For information write or call Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, director. 4455 V .lefferson Avc. Miami Beach—.IK 1-7919. JE 2-5694 t Colonnades loach Com* lor Teen-Af ers Teen age Boys and Girls—Located on a 10-acre ocean-front estate of the Colonnades Beach Hotel. For information, write Roy Johnston, director. Colonnades Beach Camp. Palm Beach Shores. Fla.. or call 844-5221. < %  Hebrew Academy Summer Day Coma Children 4 through 13—2400 Pinetree Dr. (Air conditioned). For information call 532-6421. „ ., > Coma Menorah 75th St. and Carlyle Avc. Miami Beach. For boys and girls 3 to 9. Half daj or full day sessions. For information and brochure call Temple Menorah office m UN 6-2150. Camp Blue Star Spring Reunion Camp Blue star Spring reunion It planned for Saturday, 7 p.m., at Hie Dupont Plaza Hotel. Situated on a 500-acre private estate outside Hendersonville, N.C, Blue Star run;i program Of six separate camping units, dividing the campers by age and activity. Offering a varied program, the (.imp specializes in water sports, camp trips, living Judaism, and creative art-. GEORGIA Sky Lake Comas Boys and Girls 6 to 17 Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Local representatives: Ira Steinmetz and Sid Greenspan, directors. Write P.O. Box 3355. Miami or phone Dade. 624-0692 or Brow a id. 989-2137. NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Camp Girls and Boys 7 to 17—Located in Hendersonvillfi.. Write to Herman M. awl Harry G. PopMn, IMH) Crescent Ave. N.E., Atlanta. Ga. In Greater Miami area contact Mrs. Lil Rosen. FR 1 8205: Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6 1846 or HI 60817; Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein. UN 6-3244: Harry Kaplan. WA 2 1162 or WA 3 1577. Coma Judaea For Boys and Girls—located in Hendersonville observed. Strkt k„J Di For local infori Frank Farbenbloom '&£, ami: or Don Prichasoi IN?J or 759-4369; (ir write 50 \V> St.. Atlanta. Ga. Comp Osceolo Boys and Girls 8 shwi Located in HorscMioa. sirii pervision Owned am opmMl Irwin B. Marshall priwipji* For inlormation HI At the Pompano Park Driving Club's first annual dinner dance a* the Pompano Park Harness Track are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kates, of Ft. Lauderdale. Kates was a member of the party committee, and is the B'nai B'rith representative on the Pompano Park Coordinating Charity Council to the Driving Club lor the Sunday "Family Day' exhibition races. Races will be held on Apr. 11. Pos' time is 2 p.m. Opti-Mrs. Slates Health Program In observance of Mental Health Program chairman for the day Month, the Opti-Mrs. Club Of Miwas Mrs. Seymour Silver man, and ami Beach heard Dr. Samuel Feldpresident. Mrs. Louis Pilzer. con man as guest speaker at a monthducted the meeting. ly meeting on Wednesday at the Karcelona Hotel. Dr. Feldman is chief psychologist at the Juvenile Court Psychology Clinic and spoke on "Ratio Of Juvenile Delinquency to Emotional Disturbance. Another guest at the luncheon was Miss Irene Saben. student nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital, last year's recipient of the Opti-Mrs, annual nurses scholarship award. She v. as introduced by Mrs. Harry Raskin, scholarship chairman. A Unique Camp in Florida... at the beautiful 10 acre ocean-front estate of the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Here Boy and Girl Teen Ajers are given an ideal opportunity—through professional instruction and supervision-to develop their natural aptitudes and talents. Elective courses include Golf (at the new PGA National Club with 2 18 hole courses). Tennis Sailing Aquatic Sports. Basebail. Football. Dramatics. Photography Arts & Crafts, Body Conditioning. Weight Adjustment. Charm School for Girls with classes in Modeling. Beauty Culture. Social Graces, etc. Manliness School for Boys. Special tutoring with accredited summer school courses available Facilities include 1000 ft. ot private beach, Cabana Club with 2 pools. Tennis Club. Gymnasium with theraputic baths, complete theatre, air-conditioned accommodation For details, write Roy Johnston, Director. Colonnades Beach Camp for Teen-Agers. Palm Beach Shores. Florida or call Palm Be.ch 844 5221. 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Jage 6-D Imlxi' fforidTian Friday, April 9, Soviet Writer's Survival Mystery By NATHAN ZIPRIN DESTINED to be a Jew Hya Iirenburg's capacity for survival the Soviet L T s!on is a mystery I .ii has long intrigued the politic %  Kporta and the connoiseurs in I iman behavior. Obviously this Soviet apologist h.is a builtin mechan i-in that guides him to self-serving I ehavior in moments of crisis and tconscience redeeming when the moment happens to be most proj ttous. It is not a matter of earth. Bhaking importance whether Ehrenburg is a Jew or how long he i U :ids to remain one. From his latest installment of his memoirs we learn obliquely however that r will be a long time before he Ct ases to be a Jew. At one time he proclaimed he v (uld remain a Jew as long as anti Semitism existed, believing obviously that relief is just a swal|i w away. Now he sings a new tune lie low believes it will take a long time before anti-Semitism vanish < .md he counts on remaining a 1 ng time in the Jewish pardes. We I uld like to accept this disclosure .-. good news" item, but we are I to wonder whether in esnee he only meant to tell us that ,-. (• %  anti ~i mitism will nol per his lifeti STRUGGLE for survival The Swedish Jewish community ol 12, I 0 is the : Hated in the .Id, with .in intermarriage rate i more thai fort r< ent, a most i ni nous da gei jnal. The high .. rrii ^ i to informed in es is due to len i> an open hich no distinctions are i ade between Je and non-Jews. ( ne ol the most disconcerting de\ tlopments, according to Dr. Ii el Goldstein, one-time American ; onisl leader now living in Israel, ithe fact that man) Jews in Sweden were becoming assimilated out of conviction and that the synagogue was rapidly losing tta place in the lives of many Jews, even on High Holy Day occasions Another country in which the Jewish community is struggling for survival is Holland, a country rich in Jewish history According to one report the Jewish community in that country *is sr*ktng what may properly be called a blood transfusion. A prominent Jewish community leader in Amsterdam was said to have suggested the influx to Holland of Jewish immigrants from the Latin American countries who do not wish to settle either in the United States or Israel New elements, it is felt, particularly of the Eastern European strain, would reinvigorate the Dutch Jewish community. AMEN ... Dr. Oscar Janowsky. ai. old City College classmate v.hose path crossed mine on the Lower East Side of New York, has spoken much sense over the > about the American Jewish community, particularly in the area ol Jewish education. His observation in Cincinnati, at last week's d annual meeting ol the Amen can Jewish Historical Society, that the duty re\ohe.l upon American .Jewry to join others in the Strugfor freedom and equality for ,,ll Americans il must guard iii -t permitting its institutions to become non-sectarian, should lie hailed bj all in our community who have been worrying that Jewish values such were being subverted at times in the extending uld be qmkl a strong drawing card, eventhoo^ the play it-


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April 9. 1965 +Jewlsti norkfian Page 13-A negative attitudes of Catholics toward Jews. "This particular study so impressed Cardinal Be* that ha had It reprinted by the Dutch Documentation Center and distributed to each of the 2,500 leaders of the Council," said Forster. Master of ceremonies for the evening was William L. Pallot, chairman of the Florida Regional Board of the Antl Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. George J. Talianoff, a co-chairman of the affair with Leonard L. Abess and Mitchell Wolfson, presented the plaque and paid honor to Meyer. In accepting t h e testimonial, Meyer reviewed the postwar years here in Miami when he was chairman of the Regional ADL Board. England and France Pledge Close Touch With Affairs in the Middle East estimonial dinner honorinq Sidney Meyer at Westview Club are (left to right) Arnold Forster, qeneral coun,..,.e Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; Meyer, who Hted "for distinguished leadership in the cause of human \" and George Talianoff, co-chairman of the affair with jrd L. Abess and Mitchell Wolfson. Leader Cites World Trouble Spots inner in Honor of Sidney Meyer I counsel ei k .ii a sting;. e cause "i ... : SUPDOI I I I I L i .1 solV. % %  • rt herance %  ghe-l ; if our ilcmMr, who has iust returned 1 trip to London, discussed |e reaction among Euroi the U.S. racial problems Citing Selma, Ala., Forsglared that "while we *r* for a solution for equal sr all in this country, our abroad'feel that we are gressing rapidly enough." „ to matters of employ-1 crimination, Forster cited J studies of the League,^ powed that while employcrimination against Jews 0,000 a year or less caters receding, executive polin America's banks, inI companies, automobile fons and others are still UVEAT A^riborough J-jouse Miami Beach's Only K V :^MB OCEAHFROHT COHDOMINIUM IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Private terraces • Maid service available • Private card room MARLBOROUQH HOUSE la located on the oceanont m the fashionable fifties...within moments of wpping, restaurants and theatres. Condominium financing provides individual ownership your apartment You assume no financial responsibility •w *ny other owners! You may sell or leas* as you desire... BUY! DONT RENT MMLtOROIMH HOUSE apartment costs as little £ m 0^ per month A M ^J for maintenance aMi fa plus mortgage payment DOWN PAYMENTS ARE LOW! Excellent mnrttiaa Mnanclnt by WlSBBBTWFDIltt *


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Friday, April 9. 1965 *. bwisti ik>rart Hear Paqe 5-D Study of Catholic Textbooks R9.ME — (JTA) — Pioneer pilot studies on how Catholic religions teaching presents Judaism. Protestantism and other non-Catholic religions are already well under way in Italy and soon will be initiated in other European lands as well, a mission of 50 American Jewish Committee leaders from 20 cities in the United States was informed here. The members of the mission were received by Pope Paul VI. Carrying out the pilot studies is the Leonard If. Sperry Center for Intcrgroup Cooperation, established in Rome last year with the per-1 Center researchers later will do sonal approval of Pope Paul VI. field work to learn how the texts The joint Catholic-Jewish Sperry Center, at the International University for Social Studies, "Pro-Deo" in Rome, was set up to analyze and combat prejudice in religious teaching. Experts are examining some 200 texts widely used in Italian state schools at every level, in private Catholic institutions, and branches of Catholic Action in their seminars, the American Jewish Committee mission was told. are actually used and to see how teachers interpret them to students, Center officials said. Researchers are examining the Italian texts not only to see whether they incorporate negative religious and ethnic stereotypes about non-Catholic religions — like the charge that Jews are "accursed" of a "deicide" people — but also to what extent they strive jto inculcate positive inter-faith and I inter-group attitudes. Soviets Call Judaism Enemy Of the People Nathan B. Rood, 845 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables, currently panxipatir.q in an American Jewish Committee leadership mission to Israel, Italy and France, consults in Rome with an offic.al of the Leonard M. Sparry Center fcr Interqroup Relations en the Center's pioneer proqram in Christian-Jewish relations. Missxr. members, includinq Rood, were amonq 'hose rece.ved in audience by Pope Paul VI on Mar. 25. The Sperry Cer.ier was established last year at Pro Deo University in Rorr.eto analyze and combat the roots of prejudice in reliqious teachings in various countries, and is named for a late Americcr. Jewish Committee officer long active in interreligious atfcirs. Co.. Rood is shown with Msgr. Carlo Ferrero, vice pres.cten' c: Pro Deo University. lew Jersey Jews Organize Patrols ASBURY PARK. N.J. (JTA) sroup of Jewish men have organti'd a system of nightlong patrols nearby Wanamassa — similar the Maccabee group set up by HasMdie Jews i:i Brooklyn — in an ort to apprehend vandals who kvc bf'en smashing windows and letacintf the entrance of the HIHel Behrew Day School in that town. Since the school moved iotO the building six years ago. more than 100 windows have been smashed. Rabbi Morris A. Scbmidntan. school dean and spiritual leader of Congregation Sons of Israel here, organized a patrol to supplement police surveillance of the area. He said the police have "gone all out" I to catch the vandals, "but they can't just sit there all night." NEW YORK (JTA) A 1,350word article that reviles Judaism as an enemy of the Soviet people, prominently published last month in the leading newspaper of Minsk, capital of the Bielorussian Republic, was reported by the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry. The article, which charges Judaism with being •the enemy of human culture." and "the hotbed of a code of morality hostile to (the Soviet Union)'", appeared in the Feb. 2 editions of "Zviazda." largest Bielorussian-language daily. Its author is listed as J. Muraviev, a senior lecturer at the V. I. Lenin Bielorussian State University. The tone of the article is similar to other anti-Jewish material published in the Soviet Union and bearing official Soviet imprimaturs, which Jewish organizations here have exposed. The Muraviev article, entitled "The Shadow of the Synagogue." conjures up crude and medieval distortions of Jewish ritual and practices and condemns Judaism as not only an outmoded religion but one that "defends what is dead and rotten," and "denies man's right to struggle for a better world." It calls the United States "the center of contemporary Judaism" and declares that American .Jewish organizations are headed by "such leaders of big business as Guggenheim and Morgenthau. llarrimaii and Rockefeller." The contents, together with photo copies of the original article, were made public by Label A. Katz. president of B'nai B'rith and chair, man of the Steering Committee of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, a coordinating body of 24 national Jewish organizations. Mr. Katz described the "Zviazda" article as "hysterical anti-Semitism." declaring that "its abusive character is obviously intended to promote the policy of suppression of Soviet Jewish life by intimidating the Jews of Minsk." The city's population of 500,000 includes some 30,000 to 40.000 Jews. Munich Shunned As 'Sister City' MILWAUKEE — (JTA' — The Milwaukee municipality failed to approve a suggestion that this city adopt the West German city of Munich as a "sister city" after strong opposition to the move was voiced at a hearing here by Jewish communal leaders and other citizens. Critics of the plan described Mu. nich as "a place of infamy" and pointed out that it was the birthplace of the Nazi party and near the site of the notorious Dachau Concentration Camp. don't rush away... 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Page 8-B mm WOMAN OF THE WEEK One girl, three brothers: No wonder Sylvia (Mrs, Leon H.i Manheimer was a holy terror. She outran, outplayed, and outyelled all the boys. Her aunt, who was a famous dress designer, used to send her lovely frocks, but it wasn't until she entered "the" first grade and the teacher said. 'You look so pretty." that she suddenly realized she was a little girl. Sylvia lived in the small town of Biddiford. a few miles from Port" land. Maine, where she was rushed to be born. She was a mathematics major in Colby College and taught math for three years. She went into the Navy, became a Wave, looked grand in her uniform and spent her Navy time in Los Angeles and Washington as a lieutenant junioi grade. Sylvia met her future husband. Dr. Leon Manheimer. through her older brother, who was the typical "my son. the doctor." according to her family. Later. Leon saw her picture on her brother s desk and was impressed all over again, but was casually brushed off by "my brother, the doctor." who said: "She's impossible." Four years later, while Leon was still in medical school. Leon and Sylvia were married. Leon went back to finish his traininu at Beth Israel in Boston, and Sylvia worked at M.I.T., helping to edit the experimental work there Alter finishing his residency, with daughter Joanie then a vear and a half old. they moved to Miami Beach. Joan is"now a lreshman at Wellesley College for Women. Sandy was born here and is a sophomore at Miami Beach High School. Svlvia was completely a housewife, up to her ears in PT.V and a Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Then came an emergency that blew all of Sylvia s carefully-laid plans of not mixing home and her husbands office together. Her husbands nurse and secretary left at the same time, so Sylvia stepped into the office — and hasn't stepped out since. That vaa two years ago. Leon started the Tumor Clinic at Mt. Sinai Hospital. He has worked with the Women of the Cancer League since its inception. What interested her husband also had a great appeal for Sylvia. She helped found the group in 1959 and worked diligently in many capacities. Today. Friday the ninth, she is being installed as president of the Woman's Cancer League of Miami Beach Aunt Sara, the dress designer who used to make so many of her clothes as a child, put loving tiny stitches into the dress she made for today's occasion. Cooking is one of Sylvia's hobbies. Everyone who has tasted her baking goes into ecstasy. She and her husband get up at six-thirty every morning. She says that's the best time of the day for both of them. The house is quiet, and together they watch the Today Show. From that quiet time together, the whole day falls into a well-organized pattern. Laughingly, she bo;,sls that not many women can say that in all of their married life they have never heard an unkind word from their husbands. But it's true for Sylvia, who is a forthright, down-to-earth person with a charm that has endeared her to so many people. Women's Cancer League ol Miami Beach is fortunate to welcome, her as president Photographic 4 4 $ 1611 Collins Avenua. Miami Baach • 631-1872 • 634-4930 Portraits by A valued gift... A priceless treasure Cohen. Levine Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine. of 765 NW 25th Ave. announce the marriage of their daughter. Natalie Bervl. to Fred Allen Cohen, son of Mrs. Beatrice Cohen. 5890 SW 5th St.. and the late Jesse Cohen. The Sunday. Apr. 4. evening ceremonv. followed b> a reception, was held at the Knights of Pythia* Hall, with Rabbi Morris A Kipper olficiating. Attending the couple were Mrs Robert Humphries, sister of the bride, matron ol honor, and Miss Sharon Segal, maid of honor. Best man was Michael Cohen, brother of the groom, and ushering were the bride's brothers. Mar tin and Howard Levine. and Robert Humphries. Vickie Humphries was the flower girl and Michael Humphries ring bearer. Also in the party was her grand mother. Mrs. Lena Hecht. The new Mrs. Cohen was attired in a floor-length gown of white peau de soie. Appliques of reembroidered alencon lace trimmed the bell-shaped skirt which had an attached chapel train. A bouffant veil was attached to a matching pillbox of peau de soie and alencon : lace. Following a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the newlyweds will live in Miami. Friday. A pril 9, Fine, Lencz Plan July Rites Mr. and Mrs Henrj Kn, e ; ,, f monia Ave.. announce the en-L ment of their daughter. KerwJ Leslie Lencz. son ol br and Frwin Lencz. ot Derby. Coni A graduate ot rural Gables < ;or High, the bride-elect M*,,. tending the l'ni\ersit) „t j^l where she is majoring in e|3 t;.ry education The future In in. .room uate of the Univen tj 0 | Cot* cut. and is now attending l5|l sity of Miami School ol Lai, *lhe ccuple pi; n to be mi ,1 July 11. MRS. fKID COHIN Miss Abramson, Steven Reich Betrothal Told Spiegel May Plan for June 19 Dr. and Mrs. Bernhard Spiegel. 15940 SW 100th Ter.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Ju'dith Ellen, to Martin Richard May. | son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice May. Atlanta Ga. The bride-elect, an honor gradujate ot Palmetto High School, is inow attending the University of Florida, where she is a member .ot Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her fiance is a recent graduate of the University of Miami. The couple plan to be married June 19 at Temple Beth Am. %  Abran •mil ttartjl W.i n-r-K;ihi NAMirr AttAMSON Mr. and Mrs 3001 Prairie A\ ton. D.C.. ha\e announced flitl gagement of their daughter. riet Joyce, to Steven Reich, of Mr. and MiHenri Ri Washington. D.C. The bride-elect, a graduate Miami Beach High, is now tending American University Washington. D.C Her fiance graduate of Perkioman lory School in Pennsbury, Pa. is currently majoring in cw finance at Georgetown Inueri in Washington The 1960 Queen ot Nautilus icr High. Mi" Abramson tinued as a member ot the" Circle" throughout her Kb leer. In 1962. she was one o! the cesses at Miami Beach lligtj 1963. she was I'liiim Queej* VWHA. and most recentlj entered the seven-girl com for Queen of Turtle ln-en at the American I'nivcrsity Schonf elds Tell Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schonfeld. ol Forest Hills. N.Y.. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Bunni. to David E. Feld. man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman. 7927 East Dr.. Harbor Island. The wedding is planned for Aug. 29 in New York. The prospective bride graduated from State College at Cortland. 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Friday. April 9. 1965 +Jmlst> tkridton Page 5-C Seek Dismissal of Ex Nazi Professor VIENNA( JTA)-Thc Austriiand Catholic and Socialist oranicharge of Prof. Taras Boiodajkc Fewig j, community, joined by |zations requested the Government jwlca, a history teacher at the Unilicsistance Movement | here to immediately order the dis'versify of Vienna, who had admitthe Austrian I ted in one of his classes that he had ; weekend, students demonstrate been a member of the SS, the Hitjlcrite elite unit. Minister of the Interior Czetti ordered an investigation to determine whether the professor is en"aeed in neo-Nazi activity. Last against Prof. Borodajkewicz I front of the university, protest ii. what they called his "anti Sem ic and anti-democratic" lectureAt the same time, several hu %  died students cheered the teach* On the night that is "different" Maxwell House belongs! The joy of Passover is constant and unchanging-and so is the cheering ta'am of Maxwell House! That's why this matchless coffee-Instant and Regular -has been the constant favorite in Jewish homes for many, many years. And at the Sederalmost as traditional as matzah! 4XWELL THOUS Good to the last drop! C General Fcods nOS*5 "11233 Certified Kosher and Parve for Passover by Rabbis Herscti Kohn and Bernard levy X*L££ THE ORIGINAL PASSOVER COFFEE



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April 9. 1965 +JtWlst fh rlrtl.tr) Page 9-1 A *• Carole Levinson Weds State Atty. Richard Gerstein in Candlelight Rites A Ibe former Carole Levinson am. State Attorney Kichard E. Gerstein uui man led Saturday evening. Mar. I'T. at the Algiers Ho... Officiating rabbi at the can diclight ceremonj was Dr. Irving Lenrman. D.ii.h er of Mr. and Mrs. David Levinson. 2900 Flamingo Dr.. the bride attended the University of .Miami, where Mr. Gerstein took bis degree in law. He is the son of Mrs. Ethel Gerstein. Matron of honor tor her sister w..s Airs. Earl Stone. Serving as best nun was Dr. Jerome Coller, wih Judge Raj Pearson, Arthur Huttoe, Jack Bernstein, Earl St-ne. Sy Gelber and Marshall Wolper, oshers. Following a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, the newly weds will live in .Miami Beach. Naness, Ridge To be Married Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Naness, IICO Collins Ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy J.. to Joseph Ridge. Mr. Ridge is the son of Mrs. Sara Katz. of Washington. D.C., and Arthur Smotrick. Miami Beach. Miss Naness is a graduate of the Hebrew Aeadeiny. Miami Beach I High, attended the University of j Florida, and graduated from the University of Miami. She is now a teacher in the Dade County school system. Her fiance attended American I University. Washington, D.C.. and I the University of Miami. He is now in business in Miami Beach. The wedding has been set for ; June 20. F UNCTIONS FEATURE MANY PROGRAMS Beach Hadassah Groups Plan Variety Of Events Here Starting on Sunday MOU/f FRIEDMAN '': %  %  \\ i ni r-Kahn Wucher, KeHner Are Married Here Tie former Phyllis U. Kellner and Raymond A. Wucher were married on Mar. 6, with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. The bride is the daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kellner. >315 SW 51 h Ave ; The bridegroom HI u ,, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin seder will be held WuchvT 78() NE l73rd Tcr leth Jacob on Sun-' Th t C0U p| e are now living in North Miami. vns. ;:HAKD GERSTEIN erefh Jacob Seder I Miss Friedman, Martin Zweig Eye August Rites Mrs. Dorothy Friedman. 2425 N*. Meridian Ave., announces the engagement of her daughter. Mollie Dee, to Martin Edward Zweig, son of Mrs. Roslyn Gateman, 10295 Collins Ave., and the late Sidney J. Zweig, of Cleveland. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Artie Friedman. The future bride graduated from Miami Beach Senior High, attended the University of Florida and will receive a degree from the School of Education at the Uni' versify of Miami in Feruary. Mr. Zweig graduated from Coral Gables High and the Wharton School of Finance at the University 'of Pennsylvania. He attended graduate School of Finance at New York University and is presently 1 associated with the brokerage firm of Bache and Co. in Surfside. He la also a partner of Zweig Realty Co., Cleveland, O. The couple plan to be married Aug. 29. Deborah Group, Miami Beach Hadassah, will hold a dinner dance at the Deauville Hotel on Sunday evening. Entertainment will be headed by well known movie star. Shirley Jones. Mesdames Esther Levitz and Herbert (iutnian are in charge of tickets and arrangements. Shaloma Group's linal meeting ol the season will be Monday noon at the Dii.ido Hotel. Entertainment will be by Joseph Malek. attorney and cantor, and Dr. N. S. Ilanoka. speaker, on 'Health in Israel.'' Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is president. Henrietta Siold Group regular meeting will be on Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman will discuss "American and Zionist Affairs." Mrs. Herman Feller is president. Forte Towers Group will meet on Monday. 7:30 p.m.. in Forte Towers Col fee Shop. Mrs. Sanuiei Z. Sakrais will discuss "Israel." Mrs. Morris Strully and Mrs. KittyBarton are program chairmen. c e o Israeli Group will meet on Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Philip Kaplan, program chairman, will present "A Pesach Celebration." with students from the Hebrew Academy demonstrating the Seder. Mrs. Sam Appel is president. noon. Pesach Seder luncheon will be served Speaker of the day will he Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid. President is Mrs .lack Wollstein. Bay Harbor Group will hold its regular luncheon meeting on Monday, 11:30 a.m.. at the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Jacob I) Davis is scheduled as guest speaker, and awards will be presented to chairmen and members. Mrs George Melsel is president. Southgate Group will meet on (.n Monday 7:30 p m.. in the Ter race Room ol Southgate Towers. Movie en Health Diet" will be shown and prizes awarded. Then; will also be nominations ol officers. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg in president. Young Adult Club To be Formed At Gables Temple A new single young adult club for those in the l8-to-30-year ag" bracket is being lormed at Temple Zamora. Initial meeting on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., will he an open house with refreshments served. Meetings thereafter will be held the second and fourth Wednesday ; ot the month. Emma Lazarus Group will meet In charge of information are at the Washington Federal Build-1 Jerry Rubin. Ilene Rich and Shel ing on Normandy Dr.. on Monday !don Goldenback. SAM the CHINA HI AN 10795 BISCAYNE BLVD. • PHONE 754-2696 BOHEMIAN CHINA SALE! 57-PC. SERVICE FOR 8 National Airlines Traffic Traffic gains on National Air| lines' coast-to-coast system hit all ; time monthly highs in March for both passengers enplane.! and revenue passenger miles, it was reported by J. Dan Brock, vice president of traffic and sales. 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Page 4-D Jen ist fkrkJian %  %  -? :*5 Contemporary Music Of Israel Receives Acclaim NEW YORK JTA — A dis tinguished audience that included some of America ? torerr.ost mu-i cologists and cr.tics crowded Phil harmonic Hall here last week and applauded a unique concert of con temporary Israeli music that covered a broad spectrum of musical media from cappeUa choral rrum bers to solo and ins:romental work> and electronic music. The concert, presented by Composers Showcase, an American organization specializing in the pre sentation of international muse series, waheld under the patronage of the Gov ern ment of Is rael. vn:ri"}he~ suppflf ol 'he^AmenTari Israel Cultural Founoation and the sponsorship of the Worn.•: for Israel. Among the musical participants were two Israeli con camf here < the solos in rust tnor Jan Pew r.;e Tcure conductor : Others on raa _^ V-TIO. M -. %  : 1 Chan. • MsMk J Julius Rude! lei:.-. Symphony Orettrwork Chor_oolph. r Beach High PTA Meeting Tuesday Beach Hu'ra a*7-l under the %  .^ ,Duncan and t Zin r PTA Meeting held ^ 2 school auditrr- -. 1 p.m. Parentdeal project ex stria] Brain .. %  %  | PI I Light F ion She %  Younc I the %  Beach Ch its acnual ey< held at the Lido S • %  LBJ \ames Abrani to I N Post %  -. N n %  %  unced this .-.ppointment M Abram. presiaent of the American n Committee, to serve as the United States | resentative on the United States Commission on Human Rights. Abrani bas sei ved i j.L S Expert on the IN commission on the Prevention of mmation and Protection of Minorities. %  %  %  ..... • S %  crimination and a nee. HOME MILK fakes pleasure in announcing to the Jewisi. Community ot Greater Miami thai they will again serve the Jewish population of fJits area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK IS SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY SEN OS C5"0DOX RABB ZGREATER V AN -i KOSHER FOR PASSOVER WATCH FOR THE PASSOVER LABEL ON EACH PRODUCT For Information About Kashruth Call Rabbi Rackovsky at JE 1-3595 TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE FR 4-7696 RABBI SOLOVEICH.K MAKES STREIT'S PASSOVER INSPECTION Rabbi Aaron Soleveidtik (left) and Rabbi Chain BiaKk (right) are shewn above conducting their Passover inspection of the Streit bakeries. Inspection by these prominent Rabbis guarantees Streit's Passover matzos are being made in accordance with the rigid precepts of Kashruth. The strict observation of the Law, the traditional purl n of the ovens and used, and the ritual baking of the Passover matzos assure even the most learned, must reverent Jews that they may partake of Streit's Passover matzos with confidence. The Streit brothers. Irving and Jack, express for the entire Streit family the wish tl it. "they may share-as their father and his father before him-the Koeti derived, more precious the gold of 0; hir, knowing that Si win again] icantroleini ceremon; for over half Streit's Kosher F Matzos. Egg Matzo Meal, (with baking sup, Fruit SI 5, ( Brownies. Potato Par.,,:: Mix many more f StoetiZ* passover matzos under rabbi" cai supervision of RABBi AARON SOLOVFICHIK RABBI C. BIALIX nncR.ae.iN> w CISTBIBUTO*: HI-G9ADE FOODS 321-355 NORTHEAST 71st STREET 1 r 1 I



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Page 10-D +Jeistth*kSian Frida Y. Aptf I "The Wisdom of Woman Buildeth the Home" vVas the theme of quest speaker Mrs. Max Perman at the recent annual conference of Florida Chapter, Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, at the Cromwell Hotel. Present at the meetinq were (seated left to right) Mesdames Isaac Ever, vice president; Harry Personik, honorary president; Harry Lerner, corresponding secretary; Abraham Levitan, vice president; and Solomon Schiff, board member. Standing Cleft to right) are Mesdames A. S. Weqer, financial secretary, Max Perman, guest speaker; David Schafer, quest from the national office; Phineas Weberman, board member; Abraham Auron, vice president; Jack March, quest from the national office; and Charles Hurwitz, quest from New England. Newly-elected officers (not shown) are Mesdames David Abraham, treasurer; and Pauline Grundwerq, recordinq secretary. Appointed board members are Mesdames Nahuma Hartman, of Jacksonville, David Lehrfield, Sherwin Stauber, Berel Wein, Emanuel Blumenfeld, Bernard Bastacky, Samuel Ersoff, Harry Glenn. Nathan Lubin. Norman Richman, Donald Schraqer, Joe Zalis, Leo Paul, Max Rappaport, and Bella Goldrinq. Germans Start Action Against Anti-Jewish Sheet MUNICH — 1JTA1 — The Munich public prosecutor's office instituted proceedings this week against the extremist right-wing newspaper, the National Zeitung I'nd Soldaten Zeitung, for inciteNew Quarters For Post Office A contract has been awarded to the University of Miami at Coral Gables to lease new quarters to the Post Office Department at the Student Union Building on main campus for the new University of Miami Branch to improve postal operations. Postmaster General John A. Gronouski announced. This project is in accordance with our policy of building new Post Offices only where they are urgently needed." Gronouski said. 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[April 91965 -Jents* norldtian Page 7-B cialit • b\f Isabel Gf rove (jnued from Page 1-B an d the Beth IsBrotherhood for 0 ,ion to the study. teach"'of the Talmud h celebrate hia 90tn | y on this occasion. | irable time had [Hi, ie>ts at the cocktail • %  Lee -nid Sam I Bay Harbor island, ,,: in people at r ia 8 t week. Bi lie and fc-lI > and (iilfla „d Beulah Davis, I Epstein, Ann and IKIIM • • • • ,.. uork.1 displayed at the art show being H the Women's Commily and Chilj service n Saturdaj e\ • %  gurf^ide I mmunitj Cen|ll I,, -, ieral by local artist lYoungerman. i Geiger has written labout her participation in ]la excavations under the khip oi Gen Ylgael Yadin Kriam a student at the HeUniversity, takes an heoloay course taught inn n the class was of[the dunce to tr;ule skill lina and other manual work Igging tent) and food list served al 5 a.m. i • |M • i Mrs. Edyth Geiger, mother of Miriam, and regional director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, the student life at the Jerusalem campus includes choir, orchestra, dances and trips, volunteer work at the hospital and such novelties as i he archaeology trip, :i dinner with fellow --students from Persia and a discussion period with fellow-classmates from Si erra Leone, Nigeria and Burma. Busy Ho/ i Mrs Gerald) Soltz. who has just been chosen bj National Hadassah to lead a tour to Israel and Europe this sum mer, lound time to make a kitchen shower for bride-elect Fait h, daughter of long-time friends." Mr. and Mrs Norman Reinhard ... At the shower were the bride's mother. Maxine Reinhard, the groom's mother. Jennie Mae Cleln, Gert Davidson. Helen Bluoin. Mona Sand. Sue Bromley, Sylvia Burak. Claire Greenfield, Joanne Leopold. Jennie Solo. Anne Davidson. Betty Ann Marshall and Miriam Geycr, Dorothy Sagman and Hilda Lazarus Hit of the evening were the four Soltz moppets. Bonnie 12. Howard 10. and Alyssa 4 and Lesly Beth 2'-\ who opened the multitude of gifts which were often bigger than they The future bride will say "1 do" to Haman Clein at Beth David on May 2. ft ft -i Martin and Steven. 14-year-old twin -"us oi Mr and Mrs. Louis \ aim. will plaj a duo-piano program on Sundaj afternoon, Apr. 25, ai the Deauville Hotel for the National Federation of Music Club.33rd biennial convention Steven was also top state winner in piano for the Junior State conventi n held earlier this month in Orlando. Susan Feller, presidcnl oi the Hadassah Henrietta Szold Group entertained officers and chairmen at her home in the Forte T wers honoring Ann Melnick's return to good health Mrs Jerome Kimball, now al home recuperating from a recent illness which kept her at Mt. Sinai Hospital, bouyed up bj the many kind wishes which reached her there Felice and Gerald Schwartz are yetting back to normal after an influx of friend.mil relatives for son Gary Robert's Bar Milzvah. and the reception in his honor at their home in Stonehaven Felice's identical twin sister. Mrs. Arnold (Janice i Ribnick. journeyed down from Minneapolis with her husband Gerry's parents. Martha and George, drove in from Santa Monica, Cal. Aunts, uncles and cousins on both sides came from New York. Cleveland. Omaha. Jacksonville. Monticello and other outlying precincts Gary's maternal grandmother, Mrs. David Prcd. entertained her sister. Mrs. Israel Mann. Mrs. Carl Friedman, of Hcmpstead, L.I.. Gerald's aunt, and Mrs. Louis \miiur. of Minneapolis and Miami Beach. Felice's cousin, wore present Felicebrother, Judge Stanley i'rod. entertained i. Dr. (i 0 t d 0 n Prcd. ill Cleveland, a 1947 University of Miami graduate Among those on hand for the Bar Mitzvah or reception were Anna Brenner and Benjamin Meyers, Michael and Rhoda Sossin, Leo and Babette Ackerman, former Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Dr. and Mrs Herbert Baumgard, Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mr. ami Mrs Hal Hertz, and Dr, Aarl n Kalian. Hadassah Region Planning Confab Midwinter Florida Regional Board ol Hadassah meeting was held at the Seville Hotel and plans for the forthcoming regional con ference were outlined by Regional C nfi reno Chairman Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. rep irted thai the conference will take place at the Seville on Apr. 25 to 27. Opening session will feature a •Think Mink' fashion show At the luncheon, group and chapter awards will be made. The evening plenary session will have as its chairman Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink and present "Accent on Youth." Participants will be Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. Coral Gables; Richard Weatherly. executive director of the Economic Opportunity Act of Dade County; and Mrs. Max Schenk. national advisor of the conference. Workshops to be held on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are open to the public. The Monday evening banquet will feature Mrs. Max Schenk, Joan Field, world-renowned concert violinist, will speak on her recent trip to Israel and will play Several selections. ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES Cr BRAND DELUXE NUi j j. M.K M M VMM, mi* uraiitim* amrixrt i &*MI %  ,[l$H0llt fJOOWMUCT COMING BWISCHT AUSSILU AeaA&be swtt„1 ,l B H o\i\tn 3MAKES PASSOVER A REAL YOM TOY LOOK FOR THKSK ITEMS: % Pickles # Schav 1 Tomatoes Roumanian Kraut Horse Radish • Deluxe Mix % Russell # PePP er De,i S ht Borscht Sauerkraut Egg Borscht Horseradish & Beets SEASHORE Food Products, Inc. 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Page 12-D +Je*tot> ftcridfian FridQ y. April 9, Ke/i 9 IOUS £ erviccs J liis (AJeekend AGUDATH ACHIM. 6305 Collins Ave. %  Orthodox. Kiiilay 6:15 p.m. S;tturil:i\ f a.m. Miii-.| .!u .*i:4r. p.m. • nSUDATH ISRAEL. ?801 Carlylt Avs. I Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA. TION 985 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox. s Cantor Israel Kerthner. CANDLWGHTING TIM 7 Nisan — 6:22 pan. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW Itth Avs. Conservative. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lipson. Frldaj 6:50 .mil 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The <;n;it Babhath." Katurday a.m. Sermon: "The Leper." Bar Mluvah: Milton Bernard, aon of Mr. anil Mrs. Hani Sillier. U.ibl'i Klieser A. I.vvi will conduut weekend pervloea and deU\rli > %  rmona. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho dox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. i -ia> of Qreatneaa" eommemoratlm "Shabbat Hagadol." Mln-I I.I 6 p.m. • BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthrdox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari. a — BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Die H*y. Conservative. Rabbi Rich.ird Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:lS p.m. Sermon: "Greatness Today and Tomorrow Young .1"iwin conduct %  • i vle< .-. mi aThnbbal hosted l Sisterhood. Satur. i\ s: i~, a.m. • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenoaum. l-'riday .">:30 and S:l."> p.m. Ratlin!*) 5 :4" a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Martin, sun of IT. nml Mrs. diaries Adler: Jne<-ph. eVm of Mr. and Mr*. CbartM Ffrn:trln; Nell, yon of Mr. and Mrs. H-.w•>rd Rotli. Minolta 6 p.m. 6AAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 113rd St. Conservative. rTa4bi Harold Rlchtsr. Canter Jack Irriwr r rlilay 6:16 p.m. Srmon: ••KIlJnh'F lilldrvn." Das Mltsvah: I>-bra. J.t"hfrr of Mr. and Mrs. Jark Orwnl>r>ra~, Saturday 8:J0 a.m. Sr-rmon: "Portion of the Week." Mln. ha 5:45 i*' m • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1519 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. :' -LAG'.ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros| enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. I-YM..X vi". p.m. (luesi speaker, II Paul Baker, Assistant State Attorney. Sea ami outgoing. Conajresratloit and SisterhocMl officers, and Junior Congregation members "ill be li red .Mr and Mrs. MIITHV-PIMIII..'*' *N1 Irn-i the I men Snabbai In honor of their •redding anniversary. Saturday 8:60 a.m. Mini ha 6 p.m. I FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. -— • -4EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Frldaj 6:13 p.m. Saturdaj :• m. Mln, ha '• 13 p.m. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Const rvative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. -HOMESTEAD JEW SH CENTER. 8th St., Homestead. Conservative. Can. tor Pincus Aloof. — • — SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. —— • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday ::'.•> a.m Sermon: "Shabbal Hagudol." Mineha .".:4.' p.m. -• — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfisld. Cantor Abraham Seif. 1 ri'iav •; p.m. Saturday S:JO a.m Sermon: "The Oraat Babhnth." MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 r 'ashinoton Ave. Ortnodox. Rabbi braham Strasafeld. MrN VON A IRES CONOR EOATION. 1737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. —— *> SEPMARDIC JEWISH CENTER. •45 Colim. Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi NahKrfday -*>:30 p.m. Saturday 6:10 a.m. Sermon: "ISrlrgton and Health." • TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd Rabbi Jonah E. Caolan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 5:15 and s: 1 a p.m. Sermon: A TASTE OF HEBREW 22 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH dood evening. Rivka. where are you going? I am going home. I finished work just now. ( I Ins laie from work? Vet, I work in the afternoon. And what are you doing in the morning? 4 In the morning I study at the University. Q^ That's news to (for) me. What do you study at ihe University? I study sociology there. I also study English literature. That's very interesting, isn't it? Yes. I like (love) very much lo study. Why are we standing here on trie slreel? We can (it's possible) go (enter) inlo a cafe. '' hanks, but I am not very hungry.lf) hey'ro evpccling me al home for dinner. was delighted to see you. Rivka, :. too, was glad to see you. shalom, see >ou again. \Oi R DKIIOWKY I (IK TODA> in37 • R |Sti ( 'i-."..'. Jtpvn rr-; *:tt • I I laiWi i • %  **• aVj I* ,' ^ Trrriapng nmna %  rs •="""?^ *5n? r "?." ; ?. '*?. ?a"arxr! mb iflra r< ran Tr:B=-,s':'rt rtsfll ft "a JTWjn ry.r. ar filrfh *sn jpbm r.-.c? r-^'r a; •: •ir. "• i ,R, r I.*"T '.. ?a ; r-a r.n a : '?"; ';^: na .nta r'zr a:!":? -B'CK ... bay --1. ,r>. i s{j .r* n M,*M**mM — -- %  mSMM* tm >* a I r* t SM .Be t'-t 1 f MMM ..... %  •(• %  ——'*•• t !• "T • : ,. Is is • %  'J. -r literature street cafe hungry (in. & f) dinner a'wn rayrajn 3iy Kn.i'N jusi novi aon if i \ \i i fi>i me I niversity socioli Dnnxn %  ;:• T f v "The Qreal tebbath.' Baa Mltavah: An.ir.a dauahtar ol Mr, and Mtm beymour Sehulman, Batunlaj 6:46 a in Bar Mltavah: Mark, aon of Mr ami Mr*. Irving Ratylnowlta. Mlncha li::'" p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. M50 N. Kendall Or.. So. Miami. Rtform. Rabbi Herbert Baiimgard. Friday 6:80 p.m. Seraaoa: "Tlaa Caa< of ill. i:\i.iniinntiliat.il l-.n.s IIIIIMIer." Saturdaj 11:13 a.m. lint MltaIvah: Caul. Kin >•( Mr. ami Ml-. Mar[ shall I", ii.!. : TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Avs. Rsform. ; Rabbi Samuel Jaff*. s>4— i TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skon. Cantor Herman QottI. (*••> %  — • I Friday b p.m. S.rmon: "The i >) %  Ilaugadab and tin t^onalant StruxKle for I Freedom." Saturdaj l":.:" a.m Sermon: "if loiijah Came t" Town." — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1/25 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steincr. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Frlda) 6:15 p.m. Bermon: "Kaddiah fur r>lix Frankfurter." Saturday l":!". a.m. Bar Mltavah: htederick M s..n ... an. .ma aim. Jack -s. Abbott: StevI • n Miehnel, M>n "I Mt. Moll>e li.nnaii.l Hi. 1.,,, .I..S. ph II. Ilaui• I TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. • TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Friday '•:•'* and 6:13 p.m. Bermon: I'M, Sabbath "i Liberation." Saturday :* a.m. Sermon: "I'urtton •! tue Week." Mineha 3:3U p.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving Lehiman. Cantor Zvi Adler. EYIday 6:60 p.m. Sermon: "Are Tou Prepared for Paasover?" Confirmation department, junior and aanlor chapt.i ~ rsv win attend Bervlcen. haturila> v a.m. Sermon: "The VVeeklj Portloa uf tli.' Bible." Par Mltavant Jamen, -in uf .Mr. anil Mrs. llars.s S. SoflaHtain, • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tth St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Friday CIS p.m. Sermnn: "Knbbi. Why Must Religion Alwajn B.S..ml., r I" TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ay*. Liberal-Relerm. Rabbi orrt K*p. m*r. hrtday 1:16 p.m. iliient sp.ak. :-. Irwin Si-hiilmnn. Topic: "Now. Will You Join th. John Birch Society?" Saturday 11 a in. Har Mltsvah: NVal R..bert. M.II ,.f .Mr. an.l Mrs. MII1..11 Feldm:ni. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer %  Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 60th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday 6:15 p.m. Sermon: "Th.Great Kabbath Th.Meaning ..r Freedom ""• % %  Saturdaj 6:45 a.m. i-r.-.i VY011. 1 will receive the Boj Seoul Ner Tamid award. — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nieo Zeldman. Frlda) 6:30 p.m. Brother! I Sabbath, .la, k 1.11I,in. Ri-othi 1 I I |ireaIdent, win npeak on "urutnerl 1 — Th, I'athwaj t., Happinevr." Saturdaj 'I p.in • TEMPLE SINA; OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Frldaj 6:13 pin Sermon: "Famover 1 si;..-1 :• %  ; %  ,. %  Saturdaj 11 a 111 (Jar Mltavah: Koliert, s..u n( Ml ..ml Mrs Jamea Mot • r TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 961 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. Frldaj 6:13 p.m Saturdaj :• a m a TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershei Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "Paxeovei • •f old is a l..ss.,ii f., r Today." S riia> 8:46 a m s. 1-111..11: • rii, I'urtlun ••f th. Keek." • TEMPLE ZlON. 6O00 Milter Rd. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred WaxTIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henrs Werniek. Frldaj 6:60 p.m Bertnon:"nreal Sab. hath.' Saturday 6 a.m. Serm 'The Portion -a :)i. w .. k Ras Mltavah I:.I Imra, rlausthler ..f Mr ami Mrs Leon (loldbers;. — • VOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. RaDbi Sherwin Stauber. '"' Idaj •: H11 p in Kat unlai M i m Sermon: "Shal.1..,Haaodal Mm, 1... %  • 36 |i m aw" is rrri-..rr,J i„ f0 opi the ( i reater Miami \ 'or of features jpDR. MAX LIPSCHITZ Ipl'ritual leader of Belli Torah C-tteri ;.ir:r.Ti of \' ( irrli Mmmi B tion of the leper alter he is healed. "Then shall (he priest co birds. 44 sh all cum wood, and the scarlet, and the hyssop, and shall dip them!! the living bird in the blood of the bird that was killed n !" to take for him that is to be cleansed two living clean bird cedar-wood, and scarlet, and hyssop. And the priest shall' I mand to kill one of the birds in an earthen vessel over 2 water. As for the living bird, he shall take it and the j5M SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK MET I A leoer is brought before the priest "And the priest shall look. and. behold, if the plague of i be healed in the leper" (Lev. 13.3), '""H METZORA — This portion describes the laws for the purr I %  killed ov running water. And he shall sprinkle upon him that is to Z cleansed from the leprosy seven times, and shall pronounce h clean, and shall let go the living bird into the open field 3 he that is to be cleansed shall wash his clothes ;md shave olhi! his hair, and bathe himself in water, and he shall be clean > after that he may come into the camp, but shall dwell outsideba' tent seven days. And it shall be on the seventh day, that he skat 1 shave all his hair off his head and his beard and his fyebrwj and he shall bathe his flesh in water, and he shall be clean" (Lev. 14:4-9). Finally, alter bringing an offering to the priest on the eigWl day. the former leper shall be iormally clean. Leprosy was understood to aflect objects, as well as people The portion describes the various cases of leprosj and prescribe!I their treatment: "This is the law for all manner of plague.tiI leprosy, and for a scale: and for the leprosy ol a varment, ail] for a house; and for a rising, and for a scab, and for ,i bright spot 1 to teach when it is unclean, and when it is clean: this Is theUv| Of leprosy" (Lev, 14:54-57). This recounting of the Weekly Portion of Ihe Law is traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is 1 Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Nta York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumt is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Why Bar Mitzvah Is A Big Social Occasioi By MCftMKT IAUMGARO Temp'* %  •*" AtM "How can we stem the tide of the greet emphasis en the social aspect of Bar and Baa MrrxvahT" It is a natural response to want t o celebrate a i .i i> p > -occasion. The wedding feast for example, has been a long-time tradition among Jews. In modern times. Jews, as well as non-Jews, have developed the habit of celebrating for any possible reason. What used to be the accepted standard for a wedding feast has become the standard for run-of-the-mill affairs, and weddings have become, not feasts, but fiestas. No doubt, the difference between the financial income of European and American Jews has something to do with the change in the social pace. We can afford to celebrate more lavishly today, so we take advantage of our opportunities to do so. In European society, tthe Bar Mitzvah ceremony was a casual occurrence. It was no great achievement for a lad to recite the "B'raehos" before the Torah on his 13th birthday. The family did not feel compelled to serve more than a little herring, some "kichlach" and some "schnapps" to DR. BAUMCAKD those who attended the I While the wealthier Jewsse j little more at a wedding, li joot feel compelled to spend. I cording to their status, atttel Mitzvah. The occasion did noti Ifor it. If it was not part of the I pean tradition t make a do" over the Bar Mitzvah, this true today.' Most familiert answer, "Because it is expettef us." Why is it "expected?" cause "everybody lloes "'"' way. have Jewish families trapped in the vicious cycle I Bar Mitzvah social whirl. S tractive has the parly becomtl the religious ceremony hainto insignificance. For son has become Ihe necessary which must be experiencedJ one can yet on with the real' iness of the part) It is a commentary on our: thai when the Har MiW*' descends from the Bimah. completed his ceremony.I*' that he is through with hit education, but he is also of the fact that he W great deal to learn about te> duties. Henceforth, a great his future will be dedicated" quiring the cWH learnhowtohaiulleacocmai'. better than he will to* hold a prayerbook. Contemplation ol UdsW tr. have its soberina effeci Isn't it time for *, fanSle. to risk mart^j ing ,o reverse-he cure B^ vah social fetishei think so Army Officers Being Examined dis*rvW" WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The commanding general >f ihe 7th U.S. Army based in West Germany, hat ordered the army's Inspector as ;"? f n a „ V especially' national imagi Al -,vi-m %  ol recent evens n • .jr.mi uttwra was also po neral to conduct a formal Invest!duel bj 5 [I cersdidBOtj! gatlon of U.S. Army officers who recently wore Ku Kliu Klan unifornu ami displayed Klan symbols, il was reported her* Protests had been made with secretary of Defense licNamara by the lewish War Veterans of the t S.A. The .iw\ said thai although i the officer considered the robi confidence of j A Defem ^ genera ,,v i i .eaowk* known here %  ".-' '" ^' i,iwn "' .„• ihe ma wearing and cross-burning a prank, to be aean



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+Je*lstirhrkUa* Page 7-D [e^fshkal'sVkit to Great Britain tame at a Very Opportune Moment a.---J ijMMf i. llIMfH By S. JGOLDSMITH LONDON (JTA) Though I K could hardly have been ore*t bv either side at the time time Minister Levi Eshkol s vis, I o London had been planned Iveral months ago, the Israeli j Ider' visit here has come at a Irv opportune moment. British tddle East policy is now under-; [1 revision. The British attiV toward the Arab states is Janeing before our very eyes. %  The continued unrest in Aden — |lh the loss of British lives there J I recent days has made the litish Government pose the ques-1 L whether the policy of appease, Lt toward Nasser and the latj £, commitment in Yemen has lid any dividends at all. Bahrein, undtr Nas*or'* tuteL 9 t, uses British oil revenues to aipport the revolt in Aden, at the •me time that oil it available kewhere. Some members of the evernment, and some Labor hembers of Parliament, have ,een asking for sometime wheher the whole business was real, worthwhile, since the oil revnues must be assessed in con_>ction with the cost of mainlining troops in Aden. In other ords, the shareholders get the Lvenue — but the taxpayer pays Lr the security, a situation the Iritish dislike under any Governkent. Again, the idea that Nasser can [• ias now been discredited. the "tamers" are now on the ln.it Those who argued that the lernmenl must o softly in her latiiinwith Israel, so as not to jiny Nasser, are now embarLed Hence the dispatch of the Duke of Edinburgh to Saudi Arabia. Nasser's strongest and most forceful enemp among the Arab units. However, the idea of reducing the arms race in the Middle East still appeals to the British Government Eshkol's insistence that Israel's se. curity cannot be sacrificed before it is quite sure that the other side has actually accepted this proposition will be a point of argument when he meets Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Still it is hinted that some arms will be made available, but nothing sensational — just a little more than in previous years. Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart is back home, fresh from a visit to Washington, where he discussed not only Viet Nam but also the Middle East. That is why he took along to the American capital with him the Foreign Office Middle East expert, Robert Crawford. Stewart was keen on discussing the dangers arising from the Jordan River waters dispute, and to find some arrangement to put forward as an Anglo-American move. But it remains to be seen whether Washington wants to let Britain in again on matters from which Britain had been eliminated. British official circles agree readily that something must be done to improve the balance :>f trade between Israel and Britain. 3 topic expected to come up in the Eshkol-Wilson talks. Last year Britain exported t<> Israel £51,000. 000 sterling (Sl42.ooo.oooi worth of products and imported only £21.ilOO.000 •S58.80O.0(MD worth Ol Is raell products. /** %  .... rThe Greek Line's new flagship, Queen Anna Maria, arrived in New York Monday on its maiden voyage under the Greek flag as the first of six luxury class liners to begin transatlantic service this year. The 26,300-ton liner was scheduled to sail from Piraeus, port for Athens in Greece, recen'ly after completion of an extensive reconditioning at the Mario'ti Shipyard in Genoa, Italy. The modern ship was purchased by the Greek line in February of last year and delivered to her new owners in November prior to entering the shipyard. The luxurious flagship has beer scheduled for nine transatlantic sailings this? year, and in conjunction with the Olympic will enable the Greek Line to offer service from New York every other week on the sun ny route to Portugal, Italy, Sicily, Greece, Cy prus and Israel. Calls at Boston will be made on eight of the 20 Greek Line sailings from New York, and the schedule includes twe calls each at the Azores and Malta. 1 'n a mlanil country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. • Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. Daxid Kovac, Director of Food and Beverage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club -^ JE 2-3600 H /n the ocean at iniami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. Israel to Get Bonn's Products BONN — (JTA) — Israel will receive 300.000.000 marks (S74.00O.nwn worth oi products during the 196566 year of the reparations agreement with West Germany, the last vear of the pact signed in 1952. A. Boehr director-general of the West fierman Economics Ministry, said this week in Colosne. He gave the figure in announcing that the protocol for the final year had been signed by him in Cologne after Dr. Felix Shinnar. head of the Israel Mission at Cologne, signed it in Jerusalem. The West German official said that under the agreement. West Germany was paying the reparations totaling 3,000,000,000 Deutsche Marks ($750,000,000) to Israel, and 450,000,000 marks ($112,500,000) to the Conference on Jewish Materials Claims Against Germany. These reparations payments are separate from individual restitution and indemnification payments, made by West Germany to victims and heirs of victims of the Nazi holocaust. He said that, by the end Ol the agreement Israel will have received goods f r o m West GerJ many, totaling in value 2.400.000.-1 ,000 Deutsche Marks iS600.000.000). s? %  YifTiViat FaaMhtf>•* *H s* ^>M> THERE ONLY IS ^ M a ,:*'*: ^9 ONE ontainebleau HOI tL • MIAMI BtACM. PtO%DA U Call: MR. LESTER "ALEY %  ANQUEI MANAGER jEMnon S BB11 OCEAN AT *An STREET • MIAMI BSACH. l_* -a— i ? %  i %  Welcome Wagon International, with over 5,000 hostesses, has more than thirty years experience in fostering good will in business and community life. For more intormation about Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion fjt You'll find complete d£ facilities to exactly satisfy 0T your needs in the Kismet, ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party I i1 ~i Elegant Functions 'Complete Caterinfl Facilities lor that Special arty served in superb lashion setting that I rellect your good taste. _,,- .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDING. 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Page 16-A *. IP i fit fforidfrrir Frid Y. April Lebanon Moves to Divert the Jordan %  i riday. JERL'SALEM-( JTA) A Spokesman for the Lebanese Gov ernmcnt denied in Beirut tins week that Lebanon had started work on one of the Arab projects for the diversion of the Jordan river headwaters from Israel. A report here stated that the Lebanese spokesman said his Gov(inment was awaiting instructions from the United Arab Command before it starts work on the project. The Cairo press reported that bids for contracts for the work in Lebanon will be sought in the next v eek, but other reports held that Lebanon is holding back on imnlc menting the project fearing that Lebanon would be open u> attacks by the [si aelis In Washington, it was reoorted that Phillips Talbot, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, may discuss the arms supply and water diversion issues when he visits th Middle East, including Israel, on his retir from th CENTO conference in Teheran this week. 1; was officially announced in Washington thai Secretary of State Dean Rusk, on his >\ay back from % he Teheran cnniereace. will >top n Geneva for a one-day meeting "it'i fie U.S. ambassadors to Isra is well as Tel \ m [ H 3'nHi B'rl'l, SociaPsia B'nal B'rith social S:,j w!d a dance, to „, %  •luh show. m. Saturdiv I the Carillon Hotel '/ 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 the 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 % l^JNhffenaZIiank The Modern Bank with a Tradition of Service MERC'S TNI lit OIFFCRCNCC WITH ••FOIL INTEREST'' 0H (6.000 SS.000 (4.000 J i.) J2.0O0 SI 000 South %  i.o-r— •*•!••€* AHM RMI a* Ue*i M.H Member F.D./.C. OEC. 1 DEC. 11 f ,0 Hare's a saver who has $4,438 •" "' savings account on Oecemoer 1st "f aaas an additional (1,500 on Daetmber ii" and withdraws (3,100 on Februe-> 10" n With our ciclusivc %  IQ "Full Interest" he earn* Using the most Drevalant method ha would msm only S2S.M tor the full quarter *from December 1st, 1964



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Page 8-C + kistfhiiti if Frid cv test-ban treaty — "the business of state perhaps closest to President Kennedy's heart" — and for his leadership to the struggle for civil rights legislation and federal jobtraining programs for underprivileged youth. In presenting the awards. Sen. Kennedy paid tribute to the Jewish women's organization's aid to his late brother in the civil rights crisis in 1963. "You have reminded us that one woman can make a difApriij, J :f*rence *> through*^ •> try you am, your fell,,, U have made a diiference „ rights, In education, in t£!JL*P portent kind of p.,1 tic* S?*| tics of service compassion,he -aid. tht, "' tommuaiu I In a comprehensive „,„ tended by delegatej „ 5* Council m.mber S across, ,£ Continued on Next •,„ Speakers at a convention of the National ing Centers of the Job Corps. Bottom row (left Council of Jewish Women included top row (left to right) Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director, National Urban League; Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland; Dr. Bennetta B. Washington, director. Women's Trainto righ'J are Sargent Shriver, director. Office of Economic Opportunity; Dr. Arthur Hertzberg, rabbi. Temple Emanu-El, Englewood, N.J.; Sen. Jacob Javits, of New York. NOW Kosher for Passover UHDEB SUPftVISfOM OF RABBI TWO* H. STf N Women 9 s Council in Confab By Special Report NEW YORK — A leader of Conservative Judaism pleaded for greater emphasis on Jewish learning to capture the interest of uncommitted Jewish Youth. Rabbi Arthur L Hertzberg, of Temple Emanu-El. Englewood N.J.. (I l.ooo delegates .it the biennial convention ol the national Countil of Jewish Women to open a network of pre-kindergartens for Jewish youngsters so that they could be "rooted'' from earliest childhood in Jewish traditions and culture. Speaking at a convention session on "Jewish Identity in an Open Society," Rabbi Hertzberg asserted, "the problem of Jewish identity in America is that we are asking it to continue as an abstraction, freely chosen in adult life, among those whose roots in its living experience are no longer secure. We are asking abstraction to bear the burden that only experience can bear." Rabbi Hertzberg also asked that Jewish adults learn more about Jewish history ?nd culture in order to "try to find intelligible reasons for maintaining some amount of Jewish specificness. apart from the values of the majority." "J e w i s h life," he declared, "needs the Jewish equivalent of the great books project that Hutchins nd Adler initiated some thirty years ago on the American scene. We "ill learn from our ancestors only if we cease admiring them from afar and begin again to studj their work-.'' The five-day convention of the NCJW, 72-year-old education and service organization, ended with a banquet at which Sen. Robert F, Kennedy presented the CouncilJohn F. Kennedy awards to Miss Dorothy Height, president of the National Council of Negro Women, and Vice President Hubert Humphrey in absentia. The awards—nine-branched brass menoi ahs designed by Ludwig Wolperl — were intended "to reempbasize the most important tilings our yoiithlul leader stood for — his ideals, his principles, his spirit, his dream of equality for all Americans within our lifetime." according to NCJW President Mrs. Joseph Willen, ol New York. Miss Height was cited by the Jewish women's group for her "key role in developing and inspiring a generation of talented and dedicated women leaders • cross the United States and throughout Europe, Asia and Latin America." Vice President Humphrey, whose award was accepted by Mis Charles Hymes of Minneapolis, a friend and immediate past national president of the NCJW. was honored for his work for the nuclear who's drinking all that diet-ritecola everybody! only 1 calorie per serving; no sugar ar all America's Largest Selling Imported Wine of its Type LET ISRAEL'S NUMBER ONE BRAND OF WINES & LIQUORS GRACE YOUR SEDER TABLE The only vines and liquors, 1amous since 1882, produced In Richon l.e-Zion end Zichron Jacob, Israel. Certified Strlalv Kosher by Ihl Churl RabiinaU o) Israel CHIEF RABBI YEHUDAM ISSER UNTERMAN CHIEF RABBI YITZCHAK NISSIHt UttHIEL Imported by CARMEL WINE CO., INC. 114 E.40* Street New York, N.V. 10016 Msrff/wreo BYIMJTM IftlSI 1(1111 IOIIS. IXC. 373 N.E. 61st ST. MIAMI, Ft OKI DA



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Page 2-B Jewlst Horldiar) Frida V' AB 'Outstanding' Beth Sholcm Sisterhood Member Sees Need for Service Today v. %  >< %  Irving B. Kaplan feels that as %  member of the Jewish community she ifulfilling her destiny by helping in the battle -t injustice In the world. And Mrs. Kaplan puts her ambitions and activities where her f> elings are For this reason, among others. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood singled her out as "the woman who h;:s been of outstanding service to the eommunit\ and the congregation." Mrs. Kaplan was cited at a Great Society Luncheon given by Sisterhood last week in the Doral Beach Hotel. Among her many activities, Mrs Kaplan is past president of Justine Chapter. American Jewish Congress, and now serves as vice presTorah Hadassah Eye Bank Party Torah Group of Hadassah held its annual Eye Bank cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Moe Langer. 3261 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables, on Saturday night. The affair was held to raise funds for Hadassah's Anti-Trachoma Eye Clinic Service, which supervises more than 10.000 children from Middle East countries. Entertainment was furnished by Marty Eorster. a 13-year-old seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High School, who though sightless since birth, is an able pianist. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Forster. 6316 S\V 10th St He was Bar Mitzvah several weeks ago at Temple Zion. Also on the program were selections by .Mike Cominni. operatic tenor, who has studied voice in New York City and performed at ; Cainegie Hall. He has appeared in concerts throughout the United I States. Due to a head wound received overseas during World War II, he has been blind since 1944. Cominni was accompanied by Mrs. Mary Wood, a local music teacher. ; Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Melvin Schwartz, assisted by Mrs. William Edelstein and Mrs. Moe Langer. co-chairmen. ident of the Florida Women's Division HI AJI on i ess During the I ted Fund .<). he sen ed as chairman oi residents on Miami Beach. Mrs. Kaplan was active in reand community affairs In New York before coming to Mi ami Beach with her family in 1949 and immediate!) became involved in similar programs here, she ha< served ai president of North Beach PTA and president of Temple Beth Sholom PTA and Sisterhood. Currently she serves as chairman of the Board of Education at Beth Sholom. Presentation to Mrs. Kaplan was an engraved silver wine pitcher made by Mrs. Alexander Robbins. also a past president of Sisterhood. Musical program featured "The Sound of Musings." written by Rabbi Leon K r on i sli, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. and Mrs J. Bernard Spector. Sisterhood pro gram chairman. Cantor David Conviser and Salwa Merrige, of the Beth Sholom Choir, offered the musical portions, accompanied by Irving Laibson. pianist. Well-known comedy writer. Sid Fields, made a surprise appearance. In charge of prizes was Mrs. D. Murray Sonnet. Mrs. Leo Levin. president of Sisterhood, conducted the function. Mosdames Aaron M. Reder and Benjamin B. Goldstein served as co-chairmen. Mrs. Saul Morgan was in charge of decorations, and Mesdames Harold Druker, Harry Wolk and Sey mour Silverman were in charge of reservations. Mrs. Samuel Hirsch was in charge of hostesses. Mesdames Irving Westin and Morris Lipp were in charge of sponsors. Cantoi Brown tc Officiate Cantor H. Richard Brown will conduct the traditional Passover Seder at the Eden Roc Hotel on April 16 at 7 p.m.. accompanied by his choir and organist Martin Godwin and conductor Barnett Breeskin. This marks the sixth year that Cantor Brown has conducted the Seder services at the Eden Roc. To AU Greetings — G. 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Feinberg and Mrs Sol G Idstein, co-chairmen oi •,| l( phone solicitation drive, announi ed I ha I for the inaugural week Pioneer Women manned the phones on Tuesday, Hadassah was the Wednesday group, ;md Women's Hmerican OUT was to take part in the Thursday Phon-o-Glft The Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home tor the Aged "ill man the phones next Tuesday, and tli.Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary will take over on Wednesday. Temple Sisterhoods are expected o join in the program, in addition to leaders of other outstanding women's organizations and the auxiliarii i'eder.,1,, Hi unity "Phonin for a p|, I I \ me %  %  %  next to a chairmi n stated. •",%  ganizati ns an %  lives v e will StOrj o| i .1 and women in hi ?l : %  -, f C( i \ Beth DavH Pre-USy '' %  '''' ; vcterfl lar officers for Bets a I'SY group will be ir.al on the meeting from 7 to 8 p.m., in the( Cantor William W. 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Page 2-C *Jeplsl\fk>rklk*r Fridcv ^April 9,195] Philippine Jungle Peace Cotps-Wtartecr Writes to JWB of Passover Seder Plans Yannulkes for the Passover Seder on Friday night, Apr. 16, and for religious services in the months following are delivered to Chaplain (Capt.) Albert M. Dimont (left). U.S. Army Yongsan District Command chaplain, by Miss Yung Soon Kim in Seoul, Korea. The yarmulkes, 42 dozen of them, were made by members of the Korean War Widows Association as part of a project to help support families of Korean servicemen killed during the three-year war there. The yarmulkes will supplement religious supplies shipped to Korea by the National Jewish Welfare Board for the festival. Above are Harry L. Katzman, Seoul USO associate director, who helped arrange the purchase, and Chaplain (Cap*.) Simon Potok. assistant chaplain of the U.S. Army I Corps. GIs and Family from Vietnam to Cuba Wilt Mark Passover Through JWB Aid By Special Report JIM1NEZ. Philippines A young Peace Corps volunteer, isolated in this 111 n ; I c community, has ex el in moving terms his appreciation to the National Jewish Welfare Doard for a Seder package which will enable him to observe the Pa.-sovir festival Harvey Alan Mogul wrote to JWB: "1 want to thank you verv mucn for remembering me. 1 am nearly 10.000 miles from the Jewish community I love so much, and this "solo Seder' serves to remind me of my Jewish commitment. I am the only PCV in this area and the only American as well." JWB months ago began shipment of Passover Foods and religious supplies to Jewish chaplains with the U.S. Armed Forces around the world, and the JWB W o m e n's Organizations' Services has sent 'solo Seder' packages to isolated Gl. Included in JWB's ptenning were Peace Corps volunteers in remote areas of the glebe. forefatherover three thousand years ago. "The Passover Seder cannot be partaken of in the company of none. This fact, coupled with the concepts of Seder hospitality, have impelled me to invite the two Catholic priests here to celebrate the festival with me. Both read Hebrew but have never witnessed a Seder; hence it will be an evening of learning as well as commemoration. I thank you tpr jiving me IK,, opp*^. The Nation.! i e i sh Wrt lied ageru; igusi33 ale services 1 rV| in ** Armed Forci • veterapitals. and is the 1 t.or.al ; veterunj tion of V ,.' I0 na a *l Comm units Ctr' and Continued from Page 1-C ama Canal Zone and Alaska. Jewish GIs trained by the chaplains will lead the service in Greenland. Labrador. Greece. Spain and North Africa. Three civilian rabbis will fly to bases in the Caribbean and the Atlantic on special Passover missions. Rabbi Barry H. Greene, a former Navy chaplain, and now assistant rabbi of Congregation Bnai Jeshurun. South Orange. N.J.. will conduct services for kitchens established by Jewish chaplains, and gifts of attractively designed seder plates. Months ago JWB shipped to Jewish chaplains around the world supplies of Passover religiouliterature. Haggadahs and quantities of matzoth. wine and canned kosher Passover foods. Jewish patients in VA hospitals will also participate in Passover observances conducted by chaplains. In some hospitals recordings of the Mogul continued: -The Passover season is one when families reunite after a year of separate pursuits, a time when ties with the Jewish faith are strengthened Reunion w i t h my family is now physically impossible, however 1 will be able to strengthen my ties -\ with Judaism even though I am in a land where being Jewish is considered an invalid position. This year Passover has a special meaning for me. I can remember my grandtather and my father reading the story of Passover. It is the story of a people struggling for freedom It has a profound bearing on the mind of a Jew and the mind of an American — and I am a product of both of these heritages. The epic continues and now I am a part of that epic. As a Peace Readying Home For Passover Continued from Page 1-C as any bread left over from breakfast, is burned and the "Kol Chamira" is again recited. Q. Are there any other requirements? A. All Passover kitchen and eating and storage implements and foods are placed in their proper places. Your home is now free of chometz and ritually prepared for Passover and for the first Seder on Friday evening. Apr. 16. for HOLIDAY I Vand Everydajl The Perfect M for Koshering ill your meat and fowl DiuMMdCrjeUittQajaJ Passover service will be brought to Naval personnel and their families the patients' bedsides by means of Corps Volunteer I have chosen to at Guantanamo Bay. Cuba. the hospital's public address sys' take up the banner of freedom that Rabbi William F. Rosenblum. *£". iwas waved so valiantly by my rabbi-emeritus of New York's Temple Israel, will preside at Passover services to be held at Lajos Air Force Base. Azores. Rabbi Samuel Cook, executive director of the National Federation of Temple Youth, is going to Bermuda to officiate at Passover services at the U.S. Air Force base. Special packets of holiday foods (solo seders) and literature for Jewish servicemen stationed at points too remote for chaplains to reach immediately before Passover have shipped by JWB Women's Orgar.iiations' Services. The women's group has also provided an assortment o? foods for use in the Passover KOSHER t MORRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LAI VER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Pastrami? Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and Braclnjr ns the finest, tastiest tea should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT K on the package means Kosher. 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riday. AP ril 9 1965 +Jewlst) ncridfiae? Page 5-A m Luby Sr. Becomes Temple Israel's Ith Prexy Succeeding Harold Thurman U Luby S became the 24th r ,,„, of Temple Israel of tatcr Mia"" M a result f S* „.,;.,„ Wednesday night at the i annual meeting of Greater toi's second oldest synagogue. f succeed > HaroJd Thurman, who Vl t years at the helm of Reform Jewish congregation. Lo elected al the meeting were Iron M Behrman, Elliott D. BluInthal. Nathan S. Gumemck and Ivid Hochberi. vice presidents; Irence E. Singer, secretary-; J L A Garfield. treasurer; Ari P Rosen, financial secretary^ ii (rupees for two years. Jesse Leihoff. Maurice Cromer, Dr. j. Furtong. Lewis Gorfine, George Graham. Melvin Len K. J. Harris, Robert B. Roesing, Richard Gerstein, Herbert I Paige, B. B. Goldstein. Louis Wolfson II, Robert L. Turchin, Myron S. Zeientz, Abe C. Fine, David R. Rifas and Henry E. Wolff. Luby, a member of the congregation since he moved here from Denver in 1939, if active in the community. A founder of Mount Sinai Hospital, he is vice president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, a member of the Citiiens Board of the University of Miami, founder-member of Westview Country Club, active in the Jewish Federation and a director of the City National Bank. i He is chairman of the board of I Luby Enterprises, Chevrolet deal|ers in Miami, New York, BaltiErhard Glad He Moved For Relations With Israel Continued from Page 1-A in Egypt on sophisticated weapons aimed ultimately for war against Israel, might leave Egypt. A spokesman for a major West German aircraft manufacturing firm reported that a large number of West German scientists and engineers, working in Egypt on weapons, aircraft and missiles, had sought recently to return to West Germany. Hans Pasche, manager of the United Aeronautical Works in Bremen, made that statement but declined to give any figure on the number of such experts wishing to return home. Meanwhile, the Junkers Aircraft and Machine Works in Munich announced it had already hired a number of West German missile experts who did not want to extend their contracts with the Nasser regime. ) winations Mount for Outstanding ifaens Award as Apr. 17 Deadline Nears Jade Count> Outstanding Citia Award presentation luncheon i been set tor Wednesday noon. 28. at the Everglades !, it was announced by San„ M. Swerdlin. chairman and Cir.nnent secretary for the W .tie set-over of the date to the 1 ef the month made it possible extend the deadline for nomina. to Apr 17. with the judging _! accomplished during the sucding week, Swerdlin explained. [loseph M. Lipton, president of Federal Savings and Loan ciation, announced that the I guest tnd speaker will be cretery of State, Tom Adams, i flying in especially for the it, which is the 18th annual itition. Upton is patron of award. riginated b> Sholem Lodge. ai B'rith. the award seks to or one man and one woman in county who lias in the pre|in;! year performed a distingservice without thought of tonal return or self-aggrandizept, said Milton K Hahn, presi; of the lodge erdlin announced that the ninations have been coming in b rapidly, an'I to date, there are Imen and eight women under Tsideration. The interest 01 the participatorganizationa this year has irked an all time high," Swerd[said. "We have received long ance calls from throughout the jominees include Bishop Cole^ F. Carroll and Andre Jacques TNtTH KINS AIDS / $50 tj *285 Service J.I H-l(-i ^ B-.Mrrif. Vo'dl STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road |) %  >> TuA-Tridii-Trlili-T— N40NE Jf 8-7?'1 \lethieu. who founded a camp for rehabilitation of derelicts. Women are Mrs. Robert M. Morgan, whose husband received the award in 1955, as well as Mrs. Elizabeth Bowcn. Mrs. Gladys Bishop, Mrs. Faye Newalk, Mrs. Ellen A'ynne, Mrs. Charles H. Finkelitein, Mrs. Ethel Felts and Mrs. Marie Balaban. Capt. John McClain, Alvin?-v? Other men nominated include Capt. John McClain, Alvin CasSel, Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan, Dr. Charles F. Tate Jr., Lloyd S. Miller, Frank P. Pellicoro. Judge Irving Cypen, Irvine C. Spear, Rey Perry and Paul H. Marks. Presentation ceremony is open to the public. Reservations and turner information are available from Swerdlin at 742 Seybold Building, Miami. Since seating is limited to 1,000, requests must be made by Apr. 21. Swerdlin added. Temple Zamora Junior Shabbat This Weekend Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora. announces that Saturday has been designated Junior Congregation Shaboat. Students of the Religious School will hold services in the main sanctuary'. The following will conduct the services: Howard Manhoff, Schachris; John E. Pont, taking out the Torah; Harvey Fisherman, putting back the Torah; Don Ledeiman. Musaf. W>i Joseph E. 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